Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 1, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Get Diplomas December 1969.

"Our present fire protection
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Monday Night "We're about to the point of
no return. We've about had ilk
It's been rough and it's not
getting any better."

214 Bradford High Sohool seniors will Finances of course. In the
main problem of the 26-man
receive high school diplomas in commencement ber volunteer department But

exercises set Monday. June Chief Green has also begunto

5, at 7:30 p.m.. in the high school sta- volunteer selously question firemen. the valueof

Green notes the three minutes -

Mayor Harm Tanzler mayorof of 1972 Is Miss'Bonnie Trisler delay in answering a
._. the conaolidatedCltyof. daughter oC'Mr. and Mrs.R. fire caused by having no fundsto
.onvUle"caUed tbe '"'Bold New' f:;. Trisler. of Hampton Miss man afire station. It is

t'. 'r. City; of the South" will deliver -. Trisler compiled a grade point Impossible, Green says, with
I. 2 ln Tons Crosses SR-230 ,:>-' the commencement ad- average of 3.904 Just shy of fire fighting as complicated
dress. The public; la Invited to ,a perfect 4.0. In four years It Is, to adequately train a volunteer -
attend the annual ceremonies, of high school work She scored fireman In four hoursa
according to Principal Charles 468 of a possible 499 on the month, the volunteer chief

Two million. tons of heavy commodate the wet mill Is hoped that this deadline will on both Ides of the embank- nerals, mostly Ilmenite, which Francis. Senior Placement Test says.
equipment -- the "wet mill"of was cut through the highway be beat by one week.A ment, towing the mill throughthe Is used in paint pigment and scheduled Bacclaureate: services June 4 are at Salutatorian Is Margaret Re- "It's so complicated now It
DuPont' Trail Ridge min with the agreement that the wide cut was made through canal. other products.The Sunday, ,Father becca Jackson, daughter of Mr. If downright dangerous for an
In the
ing operation -, gilded silently road would be restored to Its the road and filled with water 7:30pm James of St. Edwards and Mrs. W. T. Jackson ot untrained man.
across, rather original condition by July 10. The wet mill ]1- Dupont Company\ still Cregan -
to'a depth of 25 feet. Power for processes Catholic Church Starke Starke. Miss Jackson compiled Most Immediate problem the
"through" Highway 230 east of Charles McClave, area supervisor moving the mill was providedby 100 tons of sand an hour and has enough unmlned area to : a 3.88 grade point average -
will deliver the volunteers face Is finding
Starke Wednesday morning, for the wet staid winches which wound up cables turns out approximately 45 continue its operation here for message. in four;years of high school. funds the operating
May 24.With mining at Trail Ridge, It attached to large tractors tons of concentrated heavy ml- approximately 30 years Valedictorian of the Class keep depart-
I Ten students will graduate ment going through October,
,. Highway 230 stretching with high honors, meaning they the length of time the volunteers
toward Starke In the background compiled a grade point averageof promised l those donating
l the wet mill Is pictured SUPERINTENDENT'S GIFT 3.5 or higher In four yearsof funds last fall they would stay
In the middle of the roadbed high school study. Besides open.A .
i I and Is the first time that Misses Trisler and Jackson total of $1,135 was received
It .has been moved across a they include Beverly Crowell, from solicitations this year
state highway. Previous moves TO NET SCHOOLS $3,000"To Judy Young. Lee Hardenbrook, Chief Green points out, poor
have i been made across roads Jimmy Andrews, Stella Cos- 12.75 per cent response. The
In 1 the Camp Blanding mining
area, however. The mill is be used to'aid those who need help," is the only S.. Page 14 department has $192 in Its o-
190 feet wide, 260 feet long, stipulation on a $600 donation from a former superintendent perating funds now to last
and SO feet tall at die highest J. C. Poppell,' which will net the Bradford school through October; It takes $150(
system $3,000 when matched by Federal funds, says Supt. I per month Just to keep the doors
pqlnt. Tom Casey. 2 open electricity; phone, radios -
'The DuPont Company, which It's a rare thing for the local school system to receive t Boys etc."We'll.
started mining (tie Trail Ridge donations, but this is not the first one received from Poppell, .1111 .1.1s be In trouble before
area In 1949 has completed Casey says. But the rarity' or a donation has brought some October," Green says. But the
operations in me area south attention to the gift. DrownSunday 26 firemen have agreed to operate -
of SR-230 and obtained per- The $600 will be used In the Work-Study Program this through October by using -
mission from the State De- summer and will net the school system $2,400 In matching funds from their own poc-
In order to move the dredge funds, Casey says. kets.
and) wet mill across the roadto Poppell, now 96, Is a long time attorney and Justice
mine the area between 230( of the peace, now living In Plant City. He is a brother to Chief Green says, pointedlythat
and Highway 16., the late Ruby Mae Perkins, a longtime math teacher at funds must come from
Bradford High.Poppell somewhere after October or
A canal, large enough to ac- wrote the Bradford School Board on May 15: Two young Jacksonville boys the volunteers will close their
"Enclosed is a cashier's check for $600 to be used to drowned late Sunday afternoon doors.
'i\ aid those who need help. s while on an outing at New Kings- To be effective a fire department -
"I tarted teaching In a one room school In 1897 at $25 ley Beach. should be manned at
per month and board. I 'later attended college and secureda Bruce Eric Bowman, 12, and all times Chief Green says,
t l r mown (ttritr.Hel degree for public school teacher. I was promoted to prin- C Kenneth Franklin Coates, Jr., In the three minutes It takes
cipal at a. little more money but too small to live and ad- 5, were half brothers and had Bradford volunteers to get to
accompanied a neighbor,JamesR. the fire house and get a truck
vance."Remaining In the Bradford'school system 12 years, Douglas, 1700 Starrett Road. moving a fire can multiply 18
Bradford County citizens elected me school superintendent. Tommy Roomo told his heart tank Monday afternoon when he saw his younger brother' Jacksonville, and Douglas'sthree \ .See Page 14
i (Poppell served as superintendent from 1909 1913.) mobile hem lorioutly damaged after high wind and rain Monday morning struck the Curtis/ stepchildren to the lake
I entered the University of Florida in January 1913 Reams home near Crystal Lake. for the afternoon.
secured my Law Degree on June 14, 1914. I practiced law According: to the Clay County July 4 Honor
55 years and was elected state Justice of the peace for four Sheriffs office, the boys had

terms, having been elected In Hlllsborough County; for two gone for a final swim about America
four year terms; could practice law eight of the 12 years Winds Rain 6:15: and were dI.covoredmls.- DayIs
and hold the J P office. High lag some time later. Other
Your HospitalBy "I shall ever be grateful\ to the Bradford County; citizensfor swimmers found the body of Planned
their contribution to my advancement. the older boy in about eight feet
Shopping At of water around 8 o'clock. The
"With all
good wishes A gala Honor America Day
Truly J, C. PoppellHeavy younger boy was found soon
Celebration Is being plannedIn
. THE HOSPITALITYGIFT after, about 20 yards from Ms Starke for Tuesday July 4.
Home brother.
Hit Event begin at 2:30;
SHOP Crystal Since the boys were found : p.m.,
with a parade starting on East
the end of the slideat
Rain Winds Call Street and ending at the
Operated the It is
By beach thought possible Bradford County Fair Grounds.
Bradford that the small boy went
County Tornado like winds extensively same time completely soaked hours before it receded.Creeks down the slide and found himself One of the scheduled activities -
H..plt.I'Anll//." damaged a mobile home the home, wetting even clothes: were full to the brim Monday In trouble In the deepwater will be a Junior King and
Drench County with two concrete rooms attached hanging In closets, from leak afternoon The older boy then may Queen Contest at 5 p.m.. being
Newly Restocked in the Crystal Lake caused when the trailer "ex The Santa Fe fire tower recorded have gone to his rescue, but sponsored by the Junior Wo
homesltes early Monday 4:30 4.8 Inches of rainfall man's Club of Starke. Chlldrwi
area ploded" about : a.m. was unable to bring him out
And An average of 5.26 Inches of reported 4.6 Inches of rain but its four occupants driver Sunday night and Monday 4 thru residing In Brad-
ReerrengodFor the morning, Reames, a bread truck mom- of the water, and lost his own age
rain during
fell on Bradford County same period Mon- were not injured. was dressing for workwhen lug The Keystone tower reported life ford County may enter the con-
Yew ConvenienceGil In the week of May 22-29,bring day. High winds, low
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4.6 inches An blank be ob-
tile hit.Between test. entry can
was winds weather
to was
and bad I Curtis Fearnes,
the total rainfall a lightning baduatythe
ing May to and
Tommy said the Rain also fell In the rest of lake-- windy 'taln d from Mrs. Linda Johns,
Inches reported In the area Just east his brother, four and five Inchesof
10.56 the ;year's wettest tremble. Then the county, but was not u coldand there were few pageant chairman.
c"w.thr month and the year's wettest of Keystone Heights around trailer began to rain fell in the Keystone heavy. The New River followed
Lakes Bedford and came a loud "bang," and it tower swimmer In the water at the This will be by a
week. Crystal. Heights and Santa Fe areas recorded 2.9 inches over the chicken dinner Softball
(! ammunitt!| was all over. time of the drownlngs.It game
] Florida Division of Forestryfire Winds knocked over 30 trees But the twister-like windsknocked Monday morning from about 1 same period and Louis Hill brings the number of between City; and County; Officials -
Mate Hank l towers recorded 6.2 Inchesof and badly damaged a mobile down over 30 scrub a.m. to 8 a.m.. a space of tower at Lawtey, 2.4 Inches. drownlngs+ In the Keystone and other Civic Organizations
rain In the Santa Fe sectionof home near Crystal Lake owned oak trees in a 200-yard area seven hours. The rain was accompanied Trees fell all around the Heights and Bradford lake areas with booths of Inter-
A.-.inU N.. _"J. u. which 4.8 Inches fell In seven by Curtis Reames. Reames, about 1/4-mile off old SR-100 by heavy lightning. Reame hone One oak was to five In recent weeks. est.A. ,
T.. U0.400kr hours from 1 a.m. to 9pun. wife and two sons were home and about 1/4-mlle from the Sudden heavy rains covered twisted off at ground level. Joint funeral services for the fireworks display will begin -
r...... u..N --C.I: Monday morning May 29. when the winds struck with lake front. the area. Water rose over SR- half brothers were held Wednesday at 9 p.m., followed by an

The Keystone Heights tower See Page 14 Heavy rains falling at the 100 In places and stayed for S.e Page 14 morning InJacksonvilis.t old fashioned square dance.

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W'99ns-Gamble' Norman Home F- Parties Given I :: Honored Retiring By DKG !

Engagement Told Scene Of Party x 1j For Miss Prevatt Sorority ChapterAlpha

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. for W. A. Hogans -w 1. Bride-elect {
Wiggins of Charleston, S. C. } y. t Nu chapter of Delta
announce the engagement and Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Ho- a Miss Debra Prevatt, whose Kappa Gamma Society, hon
approaching marriage of their were honored with a reception marriage to Gregory Allen Alvarez ored their retiring teachers,
daughter, Charla Joy, to Wil gan by Mr. and Mrs. A. will be an event of Satur- Mrs. Mona Canova, Mrs. Edna
liam B. Gamble HI son of Dr. yrr Russell Norman at their homeon r day, June 3, at 8 p.m. In the Hart, Mrs. Willie Mae Den-
and Mrs. William h. Gamble East Call Street last Sat- First Baptist Church, was hon ton, from Bradford County and
Jr., also of Charleston.The urday night. The Hogans will ored at three parties in the Mrs. Marie Burnsed and Mrs.
bride-elect graduatedfrom tiff past week. Evelyn Dew from Baker County -
be retiring In early July to .
Ashley Hall Girls School their new home in Pensacola. t TflITtuwi Tuesday night of last week with a reception at the home
and will graduate In June from Arrangements of daisies, roses & Miss Prevatt was honored at of Mrs. Muriel S. Norman on
Midland T.E.C., Columbia S.C. and daylllles were used a chicken barbecue dinner giv- East Call Street on Sunday afternoon -
with a degree In dental hygiene. in the party rooms. en by Mrs.Charles Hardy,Mrs. from 3:30 to 5 o'clock.
Mr. Gamble graduated from Rev and Mrs. Hogan stoodat Charles Francis, and Mrs. L. The teachers were presentedwith
Portor Gaud Boys School In the entrance to the Florida F. Dinkins at the home of the rose corsages carryingout
Charleston, and attended E- room to greet the guests who latter. the red and gold colors
mory University In Atlanta. lie were met at the door by Mr. The eight guests attending of the society.
is now enrolled In the Schoolof Norman. Included the girls In the wed- Refreshments were served
Medicine at the University In the Florida room the refreshment ding party, and the mothers of from a tea table overlaid witha
of South Carolina, In Colum- table covered witha the bride-elect and groom- green linen cloth. An arrangement -
bia.The BrightPalmerWedding / green linen cloth, was centered Junior Club Installs New OfficersNew 'elect Mrs J. T. Prevatt Jr. of roses and snap
wedding is planned for Date Set with an arrangement of and Mrs. H. A. Alvarez. UrtderhillBakerEngagement dragons in a silver and crys-
August 19 In Charleston.Miss The hostesses presented Miss tal graced the center
pink roses and snapdragons In : officers of the Starke pink carnation corsages. epergne
Wiggins is the grand- Prevatt with a place settingin of the table, with tall candlesIn
a silver epergne, flanked by Junior Woman's Club are pictured Mrs. George Loper, the retiring -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Law- Rev. and Mrs. Daniel L. sliver candlebra holding tall (from left): Mrs. James president! recalled high- her chosen china pattern silver candelabra balanced
rence of Brooker, and Mr. and Bright of Lawtey announce the pink tapers A beautiful two- K. Smith, secretary; Mrs. Johnnie lights of last year's work, as a memento of the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Colley Underhill 'with a silver punch bowl andsilver"
Mrs. J. H. Ward of Gainesville. engagement and approaching tiered cake decorated with pink Johnson, treasurer; Miss and Introduced the new cosponsors of Starke announce the engagement ,; trays holding cakes and
marriage of their daughter, roses at one end of the table Johanna Fowler,vice president.Mrs. Mrs. Olin White and of their daugher Dot- ,snacks.
/ Mary C. Bright, to Edward bowl at the other end. J.C. Dukes,president;and Mrs. Robert Barksdale. Mrs. Miss Prevatt was complimented tie Sue,' to William Edwin Ba- I' Roses daisies androughout daylllles

Progressive Palmer of Tampa. i Those assisting Mr. and Senior Co-sponsores Mrs.Olin Linda Kaye Johns presented at a bridal shower, Friday ker, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. were used the party
Dinner Planned The bride-elect Is a 1966 Mrs. Norman were Mr. and White and Mrs. Robert Barks- special awards, and Mrs. VJ. night, May 26, given by Mrs. William Edwin Baker Sr. of ({,rooms.
graduate of High Members attended from Mac-
Mrs. L. N. Pickering, Mr. and dale. Spengler presented Mrs. Loper Kevstone Heights.
W. S. Haas and Linda
ForJaycees School a teacher and is' in now South employedas High Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr., Mr. and The annual banquet and Installation with a silver goblet for her and Mrs. J. O. Gay and daughter -, An August wedding,' ig :clenny, Glen St. Mary, Lake
Mrs. James V. Crosby, Mrs. services were heldat planned. Butler, Keystone Heights, and
outstanding work during past
School, Palatka. Mr. Palmer Nancy, at the home of the
The Starke Jaycee wives auxi- is employed with the City Recreation M. A. Payne, Mrs. T. B. Hard the Garden Restaurant on year. latter on E. Call Street. Starke.
liary will entertain with a progressive tog, and Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Friday, May 26, with Mrs.Sher- Games with prizes were en-
) dinner on Saturday Department of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Norman presented rod Hamilton, new president of Mrs. Loper presented Mrs. Joyed by the 30 guests duringthe Girl Scouts
June 3. Both are graduates of Edward the Hogans with a book the Senior Woman's Club as Installing Spengler with a silver relish hours. DUPLICATE BRIDGE
Jaycees and their wives and Waters College in Jacksonville.The containing addresses of all the officer. She was assis- tray for her services duringthe The party refreshment table was RESULTS Give Thank You'
wedding will take placeat guests, and a tall permanent ted Miss Debbie past two years. Mrs. Hilda Dey and Mrs.
by Spengler
dates will meet at p.jn. at covered with an ecru lace cloth Party ThursdayGirl
1 Rhea Johnson the win-
p.m. Saturday June 10, In Mrs. Linda Kaye Johns were
flower arrangement to use was
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elsie president of the Little Women'sClub. over green and centered by an 1
in Macedonia Freewill ntng at Duplicate Bridge
Sanders In Heights Baptist their new home. selected as Club Woman of the couple
Keystone arrangement of yellow
Church Lawtey. All friends Year and witha Tuesday night. Mrs. Lucile Da-
hors d'ouvres and The new officers and was presented Scout Troop 614 gave a
where refreshments spe- flowers. The honoree was presented
and relatives of the vie and G. G. Wrenshall
couple are silver bowl. were
cial Thank-You last Thurs-
will be served. guests were presented withJacksonScott with party
a yellow corsage,
invited and Lex Green
to attend second Mrs.
Hostesses will be Mrs. Dale MartinNewellTo // // and the cold meat fork in her and Mrs. G. J. Me Griff Sr. day afternoon at the Methodist
Brown and Mrs. Ronnie Tho- chosen silver pattern from her Fellowship Hall for the adults
mas. Pine Level Church Wed June 70 Mr. And Mrs. Hill hostesses as a memento of the were third. and youth of the Starke area

At 8 p.m. the group will go occasion. who had given their help during
home of Dr. and Mrs. Junior-Senior Mrs. W. E. Martin announces Hosts At t BuffetMr. Among those attending were 0 this past Scout year.
Jim Mlnesinger in Starke Held the approaching marriage Mrs. J. T. Prevatt, Jr., mo- from the opposite end of the 'ine M scouts presented a
where dinner will be served Banquet of her daughter, Phyllis, to and Mrs. C. C. .Hill of ther of the honoree, Mrs. H. table. choral reading to say thank
with Mrs. Robert Ward and t Mark Newell of Chicago, 111. Kingsley Lake were! hosts at A. Alvarez, mother of the Serving punch in the family you to their guests.Refreshments .
Mrs. Bill Putnel as hostesses.The Graduating seniors of the Pine Miss Martin is a graduate the annual party for the FInance groom-elect, and Mrs W. H. room were Miss Cayle Hatch of fondue and
final stop will be at 10 Level Baptist Church, Buddy of BUS and has been workingas Department of the Jack- Agner, grandmother of the er and Miss Karen Reddish punch were served, to the 40
p.m. at the home of Mr. and Dyal, Carley Broome,and Gayle a missionary teacher In sonville Post Office on Sun- bride-elect. Assisting in caring for the scouts' and guests attending.
Mrs. J. R. Bradley, Jr. at Whltehead were honored at Quito, Ecuador. Mr. Newell Is :. : guests were Mrs. Charles Troop leaders are Mrs. R.
Kingsley Lake, where refreshments the Junlor-8enlorBanquetotthe a missionary with Wycllffe Bible I. The. buffet dining table was Darby, Mrs. Myrtice Nichols, S. Mullins and Mrs.A.J.Eaves.
will be served. church held last Woman's Friday Club nightat Translators in Llmoncocha, a centered with an arrangement The Carl Hurst home on Sear- Mrs. Eldon Hardy and Mrs. ,' '
A surprise treasure hunt the Lake City Ecuador. of roses. The 35 guests were was the Sonny Tenly.
will be held at the final stop Th banquet hall was decorated lighted The wedding will take place seated at card tables.CcrncySfrjpers. a bridal party, honoring Miss The bride-elect was presented DerkmanAllenDate
with prizes awarded to the win with by candles the senior and was class colorsof June 10 at 10:30: a.m. at the Prevatt, last Saturday afternoon with a corsage upon her- Announced
ners. home of Mrs. Martin. / from 3 to 5 o'clock. Hostess arrival ,and a
Theme of the cutlery set asa ,
Decorations will follow a blue and gold. Friends and relatives of the ; ., .. -
"The Good Old a11 k ; u for' the occaslon.were Mr. memento of; the.occaslon..1Eighty '" ': :
pirate theme.Invitations banquet. which was ...) out couple, < are?lnv.Ite4.to, attend. .Plan Open House Donald' Carter Mrs. Michael guests called during the Miss'Sflieryi Wrkman and
were treasure the sworn C ? Sexton, Mrs. Maurice Wingate" party hours. George Allen ."will ,be,.united
in 'costumes by the
directing the participants in marriage! on Saturday, June .
maps and
Mrs. Hurst.
to the treasure.Mr. walters and waitresses, and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Gay and An open house 'meeting will at 3, 'at 2 p.m. in St.' Edward's ",
the background music. daughter Nancy, went to BoilIng be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Greeting guests' the door Catholic Church: with a reception
The program Included a num- Springs, N.C.over the week- June 6, at the Bradford County was Mrs. Sexton. Mrs. Win- Mrs. Lennard Register, Jr. In the parish hall.
ber of comedy skits and an 80 end where Nancy entered Gard- Hospital for members, new gate presented the guests to and Mrs. Dolph Reddish gave
and Mrs. P. D. Fan- minute film entitled, "The Man ner Webb College for a week's members, and all girls inter- Miss Prevatt, her mother, Mrs. a bridesmaids luncheon for All friends and relatives of
cher, Jr. attended the Shrine of Steel." training as church youth di ested In becoming members of J. T. Prevatt, and mother of Miss Prevatt on Saturday, May
ceremony\ In St. Augustine Saturday morning, everyonegot rector. From there Nancy will e the Junior Volunteer Candy the groom, Mrs. Harold A. Alvarez 27, at 11:30 a.m. at the Holiday the couple are Invited to at-
Thursday to Monday. Mr. and together again at breakfast go to Plymouth, N. C. where EngagementMr. Stripers organization. Girls 14 Inviting guests to the tend.
Mrs. H. B. Hamilton attended and enjoyed an outing to Itchu- she will be youth director at through 18 years of age are tea table was Mrs. James Dun- Inn.The dining table was centered

Friday and Saturday. tucknee Springs. the First Baptist Church for and Mrs. W. T. Jack- eligible': for membership. can.The: table was covered withan with a yellow and green floral

the summer. son, Sr. announce the engage- avocado lace cloth over pink arrangement and bridal place Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harp
-- ment of their daughter, Mar- MYF Swim cards marked the seating arrangement of Ruskin were weekend guests
anlo s Party linen and was centered with
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for the
i guests.
TI : garet Rebecca, to Bruce J. an arrangement multicolored of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk.
;. Scott, son of Mrs. Edna Scott At t Crystal LakeThe snapdragons on a silver stand. honoree The hostesses presented the
yellow daisy
and the late Julian Daniel Scott. This was balanced with silver Miss Katharine Peek Is home
I Wedding plans will be announced corsage and the gravy ladle Sou-
Methodist Youth Fellowship candelabra: holding pink tapers. to her chosen silver oattern for a week from Georgia
later. had a swim party and Weiner Pouring coffee was Mrs. W. as a memento of the occasion. thern College before returning
roast Sunday at the Crystal H. Agner, grandmother of the Among those attending were for summer school
t I tt First Methodist Lake home of Mr. and Mrs. bride. Miss Donna Prevatt, sister Mrs. J. T. Prevatt..Jr..mother "
Holland Is visit-
Mrs. W. H.
THE STRINGER L. Olin White. of the bride and Mrs. Rich- of the honoree, and Mrs. H.A. and
In Statesboro
Choir ard Hobbs of Gainesville ing relatives
Children's attending cou-
Included in the 20 guests Alvarez, mother of the groom
t tt were Rev. and Mrs. sin of the bride, poured punch elect, and the bridal attendants. Dublin, Ga. for three weeks
t > BROKE. J Has CookoutThe D. T. Farabee, Mr. and Mrs. -
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tt I children's choir of the Green.
i THE FISH First United Methodist Church
had a cook-out and swim iwrtv UDCToHoWInstallation THERE'S

I i ARE GONE .7 t Wednesday at Blanding.the Officer's evening Club: of last at Camp week I _

Members of the choir Include: The W. T. Weeks chapter
t tt Terry Carver Doug Reddish, UDC, will have a covered /e11N/a.rMNw..q..
I Patty Mullins, Andrea Eaves, dish luncheon and Installationof I A PRICE TAG b.fMf.
Martha Farabee, Elise Johns, officers at the Kingsley Lake
Jay Eaves Vlckl Carver, Lynn home of Mrs. W.B. Mundy on YOU'LL LIKE -
t Loper, Sandra Darley, Kim Wednesday, June 7, at 12 noon.
4; Henderson, Carmen Eaves Hostesses with Mrs.Mundy will
"'':, i and Teresa Boyce. be Mrs Charley Johns and Mrs. on the new
I Guy Sale.

',' Retired EmployeesOf TMAGICCHEFiFru:

'. : fb. t tt State Farm HIMOVAII.B TOP. ;
I-i t Cal : Crt.n tt<.umtor bunw a...
Have LuncheonRetired t:1: GAS RANGE without ob.IfY.apn.J'.

t You Can Always Catch More Fish. II t tt Farm enjoyed employees a Dutch the State treat

luncheon last Friday at the Mr. and Mrs. Abdoulrazzagh:
BUT I Holiday Inn. Allvandl of Gainesville announce
t The long dining table was the birth of a son, Bes-
centered with an arrangement, Jon Jason, on May 25 in Ala-

What Of A Life Savings That Burned Up with The of mixed summer flowers.Mrs. chua General Hospital. Mater- ) .aMOVAaLa OVIM DOOM
I nal grandparents are Mr. and
Kite the
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guests .
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Mrs. M. M. McRae of Starke.
Mattress+ Or Was Carried Off By A Thief. and Introduced each one. Y__,_. .-_ Inn

IDividends i t Jacksonville The 35 attending, Gainesville were, from Lake Mr. and Mrs. David Long of r C l t 1 g -
t Orlando announce the birth of
Butler, Palatfca, Keystone hits,
Your Savings Safe And Earning and Starke. a daughter, Christine Michelle, eGy %
on May 10. Paternal grandmother

t For You In A Savings Account, t Michael Wiffen of Starke.is Mrs. tT. T. Long

At Birthday: Party Mr. and Mrs.Charles Schmitt

o announce the birth of a daughter i, houM sue II--WIDI.prvpanllon OVIN./ b why..
: Michael Whlffen celebrated Shana Renee, 'on May 24 twoOf IIw.P.l.p.a..t
: FIRST FEDERAL his ninth birthday Saturday in Alachua General Hospital. i --
I i iI afternoon from 3 to 5:30: pjn.
when his moher, Mrs. Wayne ontyL$189
Whlffen, gave a party and weiner Bradford County Hospital announces -

O*'..lUimiMM. ..... n..... e ....Ie im.ftHmj t roast for him at their the following births:
t _e.... f* aaee., .., home on Mimosa Street.
a.u4 ........, Games with prizes were Mr. and Mrs. James Calvin .
enjoyed during the party hours, Hubner Keystone Heights a 17ara
t FIRST FEDERAL j II tt followed the carport.by a welner roastin daughter, Jennifer Dawn, May W.T.SI'ade .

and Loan Association of Stark Mrs. Whlffen was assistedby
Savings Mrs. L.D. Whittle. Mr. and Mr*. Iterance Gree-
t a_ _... t ley Crawford Lake Butler a Gas And
TILIPHOHf M4.UOOIf Mrs. Merrill Edwards and son, Glen-Michael May 23. Appliances

"Thl!< ieO/Sating," : S W. MADISON IT. .. j Mrs. James Kinchen visited Mr. and Mrs. David Arnold

i their mother Mrs. H. G. Me- Norma Starke, a ItO, May 332W. Madison St. Phone 964.7701r
--- row' in Tampa on Saturday. 29. ,

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Mrs. W. T. Jordan Shreve- Bud Lawson of Marlon, N. C.

William R. (Bill) Myrlck. a Mrs. S.W. Hamilton, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Bill Whisler port La. visited Mr. and Mrs. is visiting Ms parents Mr.
music major at The Bible Bap- Gladys Weldon Mrs. J. T. and family of Charleston, Ind. Eaton Jordan and Mr. and Mrs.J. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson, from
tist Seminary, Arlington Moore,. and Mrs. Eugene Tan- were Saturday 'visitors of Mr. G. Holton over the weekend. Wednesday to Monday.C
Texas and former choir dir- ner of the Starke Woman's Club and Mrs. Carl Mathews.Mr. .
ector of the Pine Level Baptist attended the District Four Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker Capt. and Mrs. Bobby Allenof
Church here, has been on a 10- FFWC workshop at the Jack- and Mrs. Marvin Barn- and family of Cocoa were visiting Fort Rucker Ala. spent the
day tour with the Seminary Cho- sonville Beach Woman's Club hart and daughter of Miami relatives here over the weekend with her parents Mr.
: rallres In Michigan and Ohio. last Thursday. Those from the spent the weekend' with her weekend. and Mrs. C. L. Dinkins..
Bill Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Woman's Club attendingwere parents Mr. and Mrs. A. 0.
Robert Myrick of Starke and a Mrs. J.C. Dukes Miss Johanna .Loudon. Mrs.Martha Sundem returned Mr. and Mrs. 'Clyde! B. Ter;
1970 Bradford High graduate.Mrs. Fowler Mrs Lames K. Tuesday from a two weeks visit wlllegar'' Jr., Mr. and Mrs.H. .
Smith and loirs. Wayne Whlffcn. Stacey and Ian McLendon of with friends in New York City. A,'Bishop HI, and Mr. and
Islamorada are visiting their= Mrs. George Roberts, Jr. attended -
Charles Swartz of
1 grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Sappof the Memorial Day Invitational
r Mulberry was last Thursdayand Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison R. P. McLendon for several Jacksonville have moved to Golf Tournament at
Friday guest of Mr. ,and visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles weeks. their Kingslcy Lake home for the Lake City Country Club
Mrs. F.B. Beard. .. ? Myers and family In Atlanta the summer. over the weekend.,Also attending -
last Friday to Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Stringer
Halite Seymour, Er-
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wigginsof of Livingston, Ala. spent Friday 1\11'\ and Mrs Curtis Sanders rate Jones, Warney Adkinson,
Atlanta spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Flip- to Tuesday with her parents attended the Matzat-
and 'Mr and Mrs. Herman
with Mr. and Mrs Orle Wig- pin of Nashville Tenn. were Mr. and Mrs. !Mlllard Boumt wedding In St. Peters .
gins. Andy Wiggins of Jacksonville weekend guests of Mrs. Nancy Judd. burg Saturday morning. Shoenlng.

spent last Tuesday' to Cuntcr Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mrs.. B. Derkman and Mrs.
Thursday with his grandparents Tllley and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Lawson Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Stray- Mildred Lawson attended a Food
: Mr. and Mrs. Orle bie Shaller. spent Sunday night with the horn of Wildwood were Sunday Spectacular In Gainesville last
Wiggins. # Joe Jordan family in Live Oak. visitors of Mr, and Mrs M. Saturday.
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class members worked hard left week decorating for the Roman Holiday In which Sale MENS

they hotted sonlor clan member and date*. SWIMSUIT DRESS


Jurwor-Senor Prom Theme Is 'Roman Holiday' BONANZA SHIRTS

"Roman Holiday" was the large ball of Iridescent prisms, and snacks while a two-tiered $ REO.1.B7 EACH yt
theme of the annual Junior- reflecting colored lights whileon fountain poured a continuous 699 "7
Senior prom of Bradford County the floor below was a wad- stream of punch. $ 1'
High School held last Ing pool' complete with birdbath The prom servers wore white ,
Friday night from 8 to 12 In live gold fish and floating Roman togas, and simulated $157YOUR \ f ma.,a.Bt I
: the new Starke armory. flowers. Tall white columns wreaths of olive In their hair. solid 1At/ *BlC. NW.nl.n.. ayl .l.n. In
festooned with grape vines .u..J.MII.r..n.f//N+.1. '
servers were: Charlie I iV
The Junior Class went all stood on each side of the en- Green Ken Fuqua, Tim Crews J
out to provide a lavish setting trance to the ballroom. Steve Register Jimmy; Cauley,. ., ;;Iw ,]. TOPS lent erma tall pro* **with /
rlJ, In keeping with the theme.Walls Eddie Blalock,.Terrl Sal- d t J'1?a All w.th.bt. ttrotohknllt y banded aollfrfy f iAM
i ;;f' of the armory were papered Tables where the guests were !lye Meng.' Y'Ahd' rewr.4 .Pam'' i I IRaybum q q c' ; color'In SU now.. 3 fashion-M-L.' +r o !,color litolyootten. -;.///
: with a white and gold design seated were covered with white Sandra Ebllng and j It** t4VktIT.fMENS .e'w
while maroon and white streamers cloths, centered with lighted Gerl Tucker SHORTS
strung from the center candles In brown bottles, surrounded Dance music was providedby ;1fj ., Short Mwltalam.l) '.> s (
knit for comfort.New
of the room formed a canopy by greenery. The buffet two bands CInderblock and '' r;+' { =L, r ca fashion color ;
overhead. Suspended from the table at side of the i lnlxS'1S. >
Black Blood, both of Jackson 'Y,' j41 +' .Ys'
middle of the canopy was a ball held trays of sandwiches ville. ; 'i ; 4a. r

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fieldsof Local admittances to Brad- Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ells- tirr. '+r: vSHIFTS,DUSTERS ;r v, gJ" SHORT SLEEVE
Jacksonville visited Mrs. ford County Hospital this week ,'; .
worth of Dade City were week- RIO.4.MCulotUl s sf 'e adt
J. H. Fields on Sunday include: Mrs C. H. Nasworthy end guests of Mrs. A. C. El KNIT SHIRTS
John Magyar! Mrs Lyvonne
Mrs. Vergle Flynn! spent last Conway Claudia Myers Mrs. ,
Tuesday to Thursday in Mo- Lucile Khowles., Mrs. Viola lis..Mr. PANTYHOSE } i; YOUR CHOICEr
and Mrs. Homer Sljarns S rc
bile, Ala. where she took her Johnson, Mrs. Elvira DeVoe. left Wednesday for an extended -'' ex ?,
sister Mrs. Viola Lee who Mrs. Winnie Davis, John Pow- visit with Mr. and Mrs. >< l ** $200
had been visiting Mrs.. Flynn! ell and Patsy Crlffls, Starke; J. W. Mathews In Clinton Tenn. with nu.u
for four weeks. Mrs. Ida Gentry Lake Geneva fn.pfronta.Fr.shColon* In sixes '

; Sheila Yarborough Isaac Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggersand 36C I 1O-1S S tare* Perm
puff *
Lake- SOFT AND f
Mrs. Charles Swartz of Johnson, Lake Butler Mrs. 3544.Dust.n. In woven fpoa..ia..
land visited Mr. and Mrs. II. Maebelle Roop and Gene; WIl- daughter Sunday and of Monday Jacksonvillewere visitors SHEER .. t. ,perm olid*, print prai* In a 1 A.... color 'In .!*.. s.,
W, Townsend and Mr. and Mrs. kerson Ralford. STRETCH Nude Rea. sel.s end tan I check In res.outre .
A, L. Crosby Jr. several days of Mr. and Mrs. Tullle NYLON ,}+', .t> fins.' Petite. Ave. a tall [ flats.! _ _ _
Norman. l Limit S pleaie.
last week. Mr. and Mrs Victor Lamb pr.

and daughter and John Crews Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oliverof BENS
Mrs. Merrill Dees and Mrs. spent Sunday with Mr. Lamb'ssister St.Simon's Island were week- '
Dale Crosby went to Fort Jack Miss Put Lamb InDay- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. WOMENS LADIES
son, S. C. last Thursday to ,tona Beach. W. H. Nollman.
get PFC Dale Crosby who has DRESS AND FLARED

completed basic training In the Mr. and Mrs. W: E. Tllley Mrs. Joyce Ware and Mrs. CASUALSHOE SHORT SETS
National Guard. Enroute home visited Mr. and Mrs Dewey Sybil Betts of Sun
'they visited Gatlinburg Tenn. Warren In Waycross Ga. over day and Monday guest of Mr. JEANS
and the Smoky Mountains over the weekend. and Mrs J. H, Moncrlef. $ 66
the weekend. 3

Mrs. T. T. Long has returned Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Gay 88 / REG. $ './... '
Mrs. O. L, Beasley and Mrs.J. .
from a month's visit of Plant City were last Thurs-
W. Klncald spent last Wed- with her son and family Mr.' day and Friday guests of Mr. '$

nesday to Friday with Mr. and and Mrs. Tom Long In Albuquerque and Mrs. David Montgomery. Rao. yo l Strip top 4 fond button 'In com.fertaMc 40 0
C. T. Beasley In Haines City. 1.55 _
N. M. WltJa Miortmtmtof stretch. knit New fashioncolor '
the weekend with NnN< n *ih .
They spent .lhU area ami.ft in Has! a-ta.w.
West Palm
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe Rev and Mrs. E. T. John- Robert Eaves _\_ N' fuule.! I
the weekend guestof
In Tampa and attended the Con- son and two daughters of Ara- Beach was
firmation of Linda Hoppe at at, Va. have moved Into the Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Eaves "". '." Dm or sport 'In p.m.
TERRI CLOTH pre.*. SII."". flared for
St. Andrew's Episcopal Presbyterian onBessent JrYOMENS
manse Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Thompson style Si comfort. A....
Sunday Road. Mr. Johnson la the _ _
on new
and Jan of Ocala SLIPPERS
.: daughter .Colorso4.. <..
pastor of the First Presbyterian and son, Sgt.Billy! Dean Thompson 100 POLYESTER
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Sundem Church. of Patrick AFB, spent the 970 %

spent the past two weeks at Mr. and Mrs John Early weekend with Mr. and Mrs.Leo DOUBLE KNITS
Hendersonville, N. C. son I rubb r tot. O
and family of Dothan, Ala., Champion.Mr. e1nM PiW.ILIN p/lnfkN( o c .
were weekend guests of Mr. L.*AJ O
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and and Mrs. L.C. Early. and Mrs. Marlon Harrington 0 T.,iss'.sss' $*5 99
'Gainesville Eddie Schwab of and family spent the .. 6 < fau.a.n 1.n.N.n..onln.. '. "" .
J&H"AIO. .,
and Mrs. Ruth Dr. and Mrs H. G. Bollin- weekend at Daytona Beach. f.nwl., .. "
,Johnson spent the long week- ger attended the graduation of ,O ro, aa'r BLUE OR
end with Mr. and Mrs. Ed- their daughter Marilyn on May Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams i $22 FANCY MULTI-COLORED GREENVINYL
ward Schwab at Merrltt Is- 27 at Samford University.MarIlyn attended the graduation of their m POLYESTER '
land. received degree of Bachelor nephew Raymond Hesse, from
: of Arts In History the Medical University of r.::. ': ': : ::
4: T.F. Colson Is convalescing South Carolina in Charleston .....a. i rc;:tii11F'.: : DOUBLE KNITS COYER
at home after being confinedin Mrs. H.M.. Richards visited Thursday. BODY SUITS -
the Gainesville VA Hospitalthe Mr. and Mrs. Henry Richards / $399 LADIES 3 PC. LUGGAGE

past two months. and family In Gainesville Sun .... '
Mrs. T. A. Yawn neighborhood Troll! n
$188 .". ........
day. f O0%.N lyMiM a a
Girl ,Scout chairman for ca. 88
\ NO 1,5M Olfltflnf' wIN $1'3"
Miss Lillian Stump attendeda Bradford Union and Baker .. ..l...... Vlnyi"
musical given by the Presbyterian Twenty BUS seniors are enJoying Counties, attended the girl "_.',.e.f. ,REa.Ifa.
"'. Youth Choir in Mont- a trip to Nassau Mondayto Scout Field Conference at
; .. Icello Sunday night In which her Friday. They were accompanied Strickland's Town House Rest
j. nephew. Henry Thomson, participated by Mrs. Walter I King, In','
aurant Jacksonville last LADIES
Mrs. E.W. Hodges of Brooker Thursday $'" 77, LADIES Values$ 00 MENS
Mrs. W.J. Epperson and 7 Mia.T01.M. '
I ":'; Friends of Mrs. M. A. Baldwin son-in-law and daughter Mr. SLEEPWEAR 2.2* ... DRESSES 10. 9. SWIMWEAR
'ff Jr. will regret to hear of and Mrs. W.T. Wlsenhut, Jr.. THE BRADFORD
the death of her brother Chris of Rowland Heights Calif. LADIES xio.3/un: .
Bracewell who had been a patIent COUNTY TELEGRAPH .0..9. 7,l I TRAININGA'O. $100 MENS

in the Gainesville VA Hospital Harry Dyer and MUs Myrtle PuMtehecl. every nandajr PANIliS 3, ''i' PANTS 3MSACH. 4 .on i WALK SHORTS $2771!
for several months. Funeral Dyer of Stuart were week- : .
services were held A sat end guests of their brother- 138 W. CaD Street
A t day afternoon in Gainesville. in-law and sister Mr.and Mrs. Mark. norkU JaIl COTTON I POLYESTERBRASSIERES $" 22 NO IRON WOVENBEDSPREADS $22 MENS PERM. PRESS.UNDERWEAR 25Mia.
M.W. Cressler. "'
::l': Mrs.James L. Stith and Miss Becead class todtace Mid ::.. .... & aau.7.ea 3.0... ; .

Sharon Coif of Gautler, Miss. Dr. Jean Mundy of Rock Hill al filarke. Florida: 312."
..SMDt Wednesday to Monday with S.C. Is spending the summer
,; Sir*. SUth's parents Mr. and with her mother' Mrs. W. B. ............. Bates.

Mrs. L.F. MnWns. Philip SUth Mundy. Dr. Mundy has as guest la trade areas ISIS per

'who had spent the past six this week Dr. Patricia Mc- 7ri SS.7S sis .......
weeks with the DtnUiis. returned Clendon of Rock Hill and will OmUWo trade sea. IUM QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICESJunior : e
to Cutler with his mo- have as a guest next "week
fber.I MilS Paula Rogers, of Mullins per jroarj a." six mania,


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By etlBabe! Terry Day ProgramIs ..",,,_. ,0
e Lock your bike to a sta night. Bring it Indoors. C Register your bike by 44092.In .
CHURCH SCHEDULE: visited dlsney World in Orlando Jacksonville spent Sunday with OutlinedThe Ilonur.vobJect. Run the chain through serial number, make, model the meantime list your
Grace United Methodist from Sunday to Tues- her sister Mrs. Hester Hicks. C Use a heavy-duty, casehardened both wheels and the frame and description with the bike by color, model make
Church; Sunday School 9:43ajn. : day. They reported an enjoyable \ chain and lock having before locking It local police and serial number on the
Worship services !11a.m.1 time. O.J. Phillips spent May meeting of the Honor u shackle of not legs. e Record the serial numberof Take a color Polaroid personal property floater of
and 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye Sr., Mrs., with her America Day organization was than 3/8 In. diameter the bike. It will be foundin picture of your bike to help your homeowners or tenants
I and Mrs. Pam Talley Monday to Thursday held Tuesday afternoon In the police identify and recover it. insurance
Wednesday 8 p.m. MYF and spent and Lock your bike in a conspicuous one of three places: on policy
Choir Practice Thursday, 7:30 the weekend with their son and son and daughter-in-law and Mrs. Leslie County Commission room of place, where an the head tube under the Insure your bike. Low e Do not leave your bike
PJn. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. family Mr.Jacksonville. the ,Bradford County court- attempted t theft is apt to be manufacturer's name or Insignia cost Insurance Is available unattended-even for a few
Church: of God Sunday, John Tye and granddaughter Phillips of Albert Bennett house. noticed by pedestrians or on the underside of through your local bicycle minutes, without locking It
school, 10 ajn. Worship services 'In South Daytona. Mr. and Mrs. The following program was police the pedal crank housing, or retailer or write for bike Insurance Support local and state
U a.m. and 8 p.m. Fam Mrs. Ken Martin and child- and family, of Seville, Mr.Mr. and and presented for the July 4th cel- Do not leave a bike locked on the left rear toeplatenear information to the legislation that will mandateand
fly Night Wednesday 7:30p.m. ren, of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs Monroe Padgett and ebration: (I anywhere outside over the axle. National Bicycle Dealers enforce bicycle licensing -
HM land Baptist Church, Mrs. Clifford Martin and family. Mrs. Norman Padgett Parade starting at 2:30: with Association, 29025 Euclid and registration.
Sunday School 9:45 Mr. and Mrs. Don Martin daughters, and their families, presentation of colors at the .
a.m. WorShip .
Mrs. Laura Mannlng.Mr. and at 3:15 by the American -
feennces it .mand 7:3U: and family Mrs. Walter Mar- fairgrounds : -
Junior Padgett family
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- tin. Mrs. JJOnnle Martin and Mrs. Legion.
day at 7:30 followed by .Choir son, Mrs. Lemuel wllllams all of Lake Wnrth.WaltarWhit.felt Summary of Honor America
Practice. and Miss Dorothy Swanbom. all of Cocoa, Mrs. Elsie Day by Ralph Bryan.
of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs.: Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Speaker for the day will be EVERY HOME SHOULD HAVE
PERSONALS j i ?ldII8Y Hanson of Lawtey, gathered Norman and family, Mr. and Roy T. Load Jacksonville
Frank Herndon, and Mr. and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Griffls and daughters Shrine Club.
Mrs. Hulon Herndon and Mrs. Ralph Martin Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tay- At 4:15: a Cantata by the young
family attended the Petty family for a family dinner honoring lor' and girls Mr. and Mrs. musicians of the lit Baptist
Reunion on Mother's Day Miss! Phyllis Martin and her James R, Norman and son, Church will be presented. ONE OR THE OTHER.
In fiancee Mark Nowell, of E- all gathered at the home of From 4:30: to 6:30: activities
Mrs.Irnest Wells, Miss cquador. Mr. and Mrs. lIarry Wilkerson will Include sack races, horse .
Arthurlne Blanchard, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee on Sunday for the Padgett re- shoes, ping pong, and battle of
W.H. Hamilton visited Miss En- and John were in Jackson Lake union. the barrel by the County Fire
sa Blanchard at St. Vincent's Ga. on Sunday for a family Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dugger Dept.
Hospital during the week. dinner honoring their brother- of Macclenny were guests of At 5 p.m. the Junior Wo-
Mrs. Elsie Norman and twin in-law's family, Larrle De- Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Reddishon man's Club will conduct the
grandsons, Kenneth and Kevin Bose. Sunday afternoon. King and Queen contest for
Norman,, visited her uncle Miss Rachel Boyer, of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips small children.A .
Walter Starling, recently sonville, and Mrs. Cecil Wade, and sons called on their chicken dinner will be
Mrs. Mattle Gresham of of Tampa, spent the long week- mother Mrs. O.J. Phillips. served by the Woman's Club
Starke and Miss Elizabeth Terry end with their brother-in-law, Sunday afternoon.Mr. of Starke from 5:30: to 7:30.: 0
visited Mr. and Mrs. C.L. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Mrs. James Anders Starting at :6:30' there will
'Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore. and family, of Palatka, spent be a baseball game between
Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Friends of Michael Anders, Sunday: with their parents, Mr. city and county officials and
Clark, and Mrs. J.P. Wyrick. son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. An- and Mrs. O.J. Anders. employees. ; .
all of Tallahassee, over the' ders, are glad to learn that Mr. and Mrs. John Morris, Fireworks will start at dark
weekend. ,We are glad to report he returnd home from Baptist of Jackson Ala., spent last and the day's program will be
Model 38GS Btu's Model 38GR 36.OOO Btu's
concluded with an oldfashionedsquare 36.000
that Mrs, Wyrick is improving Hospital on Monday. weekend with their parents,Mr.
slowly. Mrs. Marian Hall and son and Mrs. Hubert Priest. dance sponsored by the
Mr.. and Mrs; Robert Lee Jeff and some friends' from Mrs. Jeanette Stokes, of Lake Starke Elementary School PTA,
Butler, spent Thursday with her lasting until midnight.
Several organizations are CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONINGTwo
uncle and aunt Mr.
and Mrs.
making plans for booths, and
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert space Is still available.
THE: MEN WHO PUT THEIR CYCLES SKILL AND met their Priest Contributions of $25 or more

LIVES. ,. ON THE LINE,. Summerlln sister, Mr.brother-in-law and Mrs. Geo.and R. have been ,asked and many from have all organizations already Great Outdoor Units for Quiet,
1 Gainesville on contributed.The .
s ndJK.I'!I ?.drove'! .to Cedar Keyto
next meeting will be heldon Dependable Cooling Choose NOW for
visit their brother and June 15 and organizations
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. and Interested Individuals are
P.M. Day.Friends. Invited to come and help plan IMMEDIATE Installation at Special
of Mrs. Jewell Red- for the celebration. ,
ding will regret to learn that
she Is a patient in Alachua Gen PRE-SEASON Prices !
eral Hospital. She will be glad First BaptistBus
to have cards and visits from
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph John- ,
son and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn New Computer Designed Fan Assembly Money-Saving 2-Speed Motor..Cruises
Garlitz and children, all of No One InjuredFirst
Callahan, were supper guestsof Assures Top Performance! Most Days. Speeds'Up For Scorchers!
Mr. and Mrs. Nlcula on Baptist Church's of
Saturday. Starke youth choir was Involved Special Overload Devices Safeguard InProtective Solid State Controls Monitor

.i In an accident Satur- ternal Components! Critical Operating Circuits!
day near Gainesville but no

., 1t r THE CURRENT fad among persons The choir were, on Injured.a bus head- Attractive Compact Design Compliments; Neighbor-Pleasing Upflow Design Tosses
f candidates Is to wear wigs. Ing for the Trenton Juvenile Your Home's Landscaping! Heat and Sound Skyward!
: -.r N. This was unnecessary in a Shelter to perform their special -
: "Love." halted when
more formal era when politi- the driver pi Jhe: bus, William OnlyA'g".r J
O Oa.
clans kept\ their,hats, on at all Thomas George of Starke .attempted Priced From Priced From Only S
/, 'IUmest. ......, ". :
ti .a car whichwasbeginning Installation{ Plus I InstallationMore
peas ?
,, Plus V" : .
: r V'Alcoholism 'l.'-,>.: to 'make'a .left **fi ,:: .1, ::. ..I i": ,,.:, ulw
/ / Is blamed for a turn oft ''of SR26.The 1962 Teal
lot of 'industrial' abientetism. Chevrolet bus and the 1967 Ply-
their confidence in Carrier than in other make
In the United Slate Senate, mouth locked together and people put any
the tame effect .la caused by skidded down the road about
running for president' 150 feet and came to rest
-- ...
in a ditch on the left side of : --.:...
the road after hitting a fence,
TODAY ONLY IN STARKE We, assume the arms race according to Trooper D.Shew- rs.r ,
will continue a long ai it Is ATTENTION "
felt Deceseary to kill every ey.Owner of the car was Thomas f"-{ ri
enemy more times than bema A. Rochelle and the dri- I
f IORJBA THEATRE TIMES: kill you. ver was Carol Ann White.'One : IJ '
7:00-9:00: other occupant In the car was : !
Jeffrey White. _
Damage to the bus 'was estimated MOBILE -
at $350; Damages to the .
car was estimated at $500.
301DRIVEI George was charged wlh .
FLORIDA THEATREShowtimeWeekdays failure to use due care by < Mobil: Horn CmnltolAit /
Troooer Shewey. Condifionm?(Um/
The accident occured about HOME OWNERS
7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 N seven miles west of Gainesville
at 6:15: p.m. Police were not
Show Begins At Sundown'FRI. at the scene until 6:40.: ,

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HUHT1E ROO? peaches. Let peach mixture

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An AMERICAN INrERNATIONAl" Combine rest of ingredientsand
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ULU: PALMER COI.Ott _...., Among those attending the $269
.AM ltHlM ,.oeucn open house for (he Kopelousos
SUN:" MON., TUES., JUNE 4, 5, 6, i.r.AUimCAN:. .. .P,,r{| & Shaw law firm In Orange
.I 171 Amwu.,Im.WMM hey,,.l.N. Park last Friday afternoon were
George Kopelousos, Mr. and a e S-e e S e e a- e r e e----------- ---- --- -
PICTURES Present Mrs. Gus Kopelousos Dr. and
ELIZACETHTATLOIQ: : Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Mrs. P. G. Fobs, Mrs.J. R.Walnwrlght. Air Conditioning Problems ?
June 4; 5, 6, Mrs. E. L. Mat-

: thaws Madge, Middleton Mrs. Ira Mr.Corn and, Mrs.Miss SLADE GAS OF STARKE, INC. PROUDLY ANNOUNCES THE GRADUATION OF MR. P. II. LOTT, JR.



tttw "School For Sex" Mrs. E. F. Montgomery -
JXY Zee ] Park, Rev. E. F. Montgomery -
= Rated X 18 Yrs. Up Sr..Lake and James celebrating Montgomery .
Adm. $1.25 the of births ofiEd and David. 332 WEST MADISON ST. PHONE 964-7701 STARKE FLA.

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". First Girl Enlists Under Industry May 1

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'"'' .. .-.. ,." .. Delayed'Entry Program Controls To Curb Loss I:
1 "
Miss Dona Sue Christopher Administration
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR to It on ELZIE S. SANDERS of Starke now an Army private benefit payments cannot be assigned This ha* been the longestand price part of the cycle farmers :

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE Attorney for Petitioner CadStreet was recently sworn Into attached, or taxed/sayi hardest 24 months In the place reduced number I
OF FLORIDA IN AND whose address Is 138 West the Army's Delayed Entry Program WB Mackall director of the history of the egg business, of pullets which In turn produce -
FOR :BRADFORD COUNTY. YOU, and each of you, are Starke. Florida and filet for Women. Division Veterans Affairs for with moat operations experiencing fewer numbers of eggs f
Case hereby notified and required< e original 1 with the blink; of This program has been In Florida under authority; provi- losses during 20 out and that supply causes egg prices
IN RE: The Marriage of HER- to file any claims and demands the above-styled Court on or operation for men for several ded In Section 3101 Title 38. of 24 months Florida poultry- to rise. Demand for eggs !
BERT W. LAXTON, Husband which you, or either of you before June 29,1972 be: otherwise years, but was Just recently U.S. Code. men heard at the 31st Annual is much more constant than [

and MARY' ALICE LAXTON, .may have against the estateof a Judgement may entered opened for women, and Pvt.Christopher ., Under this authority. Mack Florida Poultry Institute conducted is supply.\ The prices resultingfrom
for the relief demanded the relatively great changes '
J.M. deceased against you
Wife. SISTRUNK was the first nationwide all of VA benefits by the Florida Cooperative .. t
in the Petition for Dissolution says, payments In production and relatively -
NOTICE OF SUIT late of Bradford County FlorIda to take advantage) of Extension Service at the egg
shall not be assignable except -
TO; Mary Alice Laxton in the offlc of the County of Marriage. the University of Florida small changes in demand -
WITNESS hand and seal program. to the extent specifically in the AC e
result cycle
Courthouse my
Address unknown Judge, has lost
The advantages are that once V Such "The egg Industry
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFiED Starke. Bradford County of said Court on this 23 day of signed up the enlistee Is In provided by law.from taxation payments and 300 million plus dollars -.- high prosperity and low depression -

that in action for divorce Florida, within six months May 1972. the Army Reserve with no meetIngs are exempt be claimed creditors well over 50% of the qulty of within the egg producing -
cannot by
has been filed against from the date of the first publication GILBERT S. BROWN to attend and no military They are not liable to at- the market," Fred Adorns,president Industry.'.Dr. Eastwood
of this notice. AS! CI.FRK: OF RATnmiJRT: any laid _
you and you are required of Cal-Maln Foods, ,
duties whatsoever but the tachment levy or seizure by or
serve a copy of your written Each claim or demand must BY BEULAH M. MOODY of service said. "We must cooperate on Dr. L. A. Wlihelm president -
counts toward.
under equitable
be In and must state DEPUTY CLERK any legal or of the Poultry and Egg
defenses, If any to It on writing time In grade for promotion Mackall some form of production con-
SHAW AND KOPELOUSOS:; the place of residence and post- First publication! : June 1, 1972 and process whatever trols which the Industry does National Board, described the
pay purposes. Also the either before afterreceipt
Attorney. for Plaintiff whose office address of the claimantand 6/14t 6/22 enlistee's enlistment says or n't want, to protect our Industry proposed check-off or the Egg
option Is
address .U 142 West Call must be sworn to by the secured. The will know exactly what her future by the beneficiary. ," he said. Research and Promotion Act.
Street. P.O. Box 1086 Starke, claimant, his agent, or Ms written Army for cangivea holds. On June 14, she Mackall points out, however Adams said the Immediate "This is simply a proposal
It will be void FOR SALE guarantee specific will report to Fort McClellan, that the authority does not apply enabling legislation that
Florida 32091, and file the original attorney, or according to enlistment.When opportunities he sees for Improvement or
training prior .
with the Clerk of the a- to law. The City of Keystone Heights the BUS Ala. and undergo eight weeksof to the Federal government In prices are to would permit egg producerswith
.-. 1ed Court on or before Each creditor shall deliver is advertising ,for bids on a senior graduates 18-year-old in June, sheLIGHTHEARTED orientation. After basic, and a person Is Indebted to the use good Judgment in hen numbers 3,000 hens or more, to
June 12,1972,otherwise Judge sufficient copies of his claim 1958 Chevrolet dump truck In completion of Advanced Individual Government It Is possible that and to help establish a vote if they wanted to tax themselves -
ment may be entered against to enable the County Judge to need of repair. The City will Training she will be assigned any or all Veterans Administration better marketing system. at not more than 5 cents

you for the relief demanded mall one to each personal re. accept sealed bids prior to to the Army Security benefits might be withheld Dr. Ralph A. Eastwood, marketing per 30 dozen cases 'of eggs
In the Complaint. presentattve. and until\ 8:00 pan. Tuesday Agency where qualifications Protection does not extendto economist with the Flo- to finance market research and
WITNESS my hand and the DATED this 18th day of May June 13, 1972 at their regular for assignment are the highest property which might be purchased rida Cooperative Extension to promote _the use of eggs in
seal of said Court on the 3rd AD. 1972. Council the Munici- In the Army. with benefit payments Service reported that broiler the market place with Mrs U.S.
day of May, 1972. /./ Verdle S. Hutch pal meet truck may Dona's father, Thomas Chris- Mackall says.Government. prices are moderately profitable Consumer" he said
GILBERT S. BROWN, VERDIE S. FUTCII as E,.- be Inspected at the City; parking topher, is a retired Navy man, life Insurance and likely to remain so
AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy cutrix of the Last Will and to t between the hours of currently employed at the Ral- proceeds may possibly bo assigned during the coming year. Even Smokey Says:
: /./ Beulah Moody Testament of J.M. Mstrunk 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Monday ford State Prison. to someone else within though eggs continue to be in
Deputy Clerk deceased. through Friday. The City Sgt Wayne Glenn Army recruiter certain family lines. Mackall distress this situation should HOW wuLDANYONE,
First Publication: May II, 1972 First publiation on: May 18, reserves the right to refuse said that Dona chose points out. In National Service improve after mid-June and
5/114t 6/1 1972. any or all bide For more Information the Army because of the wider Life Insurance(NSLI) assignment return to profitable conditions flu BORN OUR HOMES, ?

5/184t 68BRADFORD call 473.4807 between variety of schools offered, and of all or any part by the. end of 1972 he pre DELIBERATELY I
,the hours of 9:00: a.m. because of the guarantees."I of the beneficiary's Interest dicta.
TRADE NAME LAW and I2iuu: noon. r know when I first talked may be mad by a designated The reason for the depressedstate
Notice under Fictitious Name COUNTY BOARD --Joy G. Baker l 1n to Dona that she was a very beneficiary. If t the designated of the poultry industry Is

LAW) OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONP. City Clerk capable and sincere young lady, contingent beneficiary agrees that the production of eggs Is
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN O. DRAWER 939, STARKE. 5/18 4t 6/8 A so I guided her to the best and Joins In assignments he practically uncontrolled in .

that the undersigned, pursuantto FLORIDA. MAY 4.1972 possible' training available," says.There. terms of aggregate supply management -
the "Fictitious Name Statute The Bradford County Board Sgt. Glenn said. "She made have been "Instances, by Amorlcan farmers
Chapter No.20953. Lawsof of Public Instruction will receive IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF very high scores on her qualification Mackall says In which a vet- Dr. Eastwood said.
Florida 1941, as amended by sealed bids at its office and aptitude tests. tendencyfor
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL has requested his compensation There is a strong
Chapter No. 26760 Law. of North Temple Avenue, Starke cmCUl11N AND FOR BRADFORD ,, ; Pvt. Christopher Is employed or pension checks be farmers to Increase replacements h
Chapter 67- Florida, for removing/ one two- t at the Taste Freeze
Florida 1951 by COUNTY. s made to a firm or person to of pullet chicks durIng -
209, Laws of Florida 1967. and story brick.building from Its IN REi The Marriage of in Starke after school hours repay a debt. This cannot be periods of high prices.
by Chapter 70-134, Laws site at the Bradford High School ERIC FLOYD KAPLAN, Husband and also finds time to be a done by the VA, Mackall states, These chicks become laying
of Florida 1970. being Section Starke. Florida,until 10:00: A.M. and LINDA JANE NORE member of the National Honor VA benefits are made pay- hens and produce eggs in such
865.09, Florida Statutes, will Tuesday. June 6,1972 according KAPLAN, Wife. :J1... ... 5 Society: president of the Spanish able to the specific claimant number as to oversupply the
register with the Clerk of the to the following specifications: CASE NO. 1286NOTICE +-.: The Club, and an honorary Ar-. If he .Is Incompetent, to his markets at prices unfavorableto Sometimes it's called
Circuit Court In and for 1. Bidders are Invited to Inspect OF SUIT gypsy mood of fall Is captured my recruiter. or.custodian. farmers. During the low- "Woods Arson, ''
Bradford County.; the aforementioned premises in this fly-away dressof
publication TO; Linda Jane Non Kaplan
fioral-prinlod cotton ac-
receipt of proof of and information required -
upon any 56 Ashmore Road cented with touches of gold
of this notice the fictitious will be provided by this.
Worcester Massachusetts. rickrack. A wide belt cinchesthe ..
names, to-wlt; Shands, office. waist of the laced bodice
*; Baker and Denny Concrete 2. The succeseMblddershall You are hereby notified thata and ruffle flounces adorn the EroryPayLowPricc EvcryPayLowPricc

Products Division be responsible for removal of petition for dissolution of full sleeves and gathered

The only party Interested In all materials, footings, debris marriage has been filed against Crnfu.skirt. By Put Ashley; for FLORIDA GRADE 'A' Pantry

said business Is Florida RockIndustries etc., from the school site and you and you are required; to
Inc. a corporationduly shall leave the area now occupied serve a copy of your answer REGULAR GRIND
organized and existing under by the subject building or pleading to the petition on FRESHFRYERS Pride OR ELECTRA PERKCOFFEE
the laws of the State of in a clean, raked-over condi the petitioner's attorney, HEN thence North 4 deg 26'20"West _
Florida tion. RY L. GRAY, JR., 211 N.E. along the West boundary
By: Edward L. Baker 3. The successful bidder shall First Street, Post Office Drawer thereof 164.24 feet to the Westerly SUPERMARKETS
President have a period not to exceed 90 "0" Gainesville, Florida, right of way line of STARKE'S
4/11416/1 days from the award of con and file the original answeror State Road Number 200 (U.S.
tract for the removal of all pleading In the office of the 301)) and the point of beginning
materials. Handling of materials Clerk of the Circuit Courton ; thence continue North
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S or before the 30th of June 4 deg 26'20" West along said ".
and their. shall
disposal LB .... .
COURT:.,OF 1BRRADFORDCOUN- be In keeping with the existing 1972. If you fall to do so.Judge West boundary of NWl/4 of WHOLE 28"" 5 9c ..... OAV ajnitui.LOW..HtlCIt..oooo GOOD Illy11 9 bftvt*
; ; SE..SEI/.30L75. feet' thence JUNI FV) /) QUANT IIV 110N1..1,1.,1.
+"\ ? I state? county; of municipal.- meat by defa.lt'"J takenVagainst n LB B AG"
FILE! NO. ;; '-. '" 'qulrements, if any. No storageof you fort*: the relief.demanded South 88 dee ,22'50" East ,2 PER. .. -.BAG ;1 wf ''' '
OF J. M. 'f.'JI"'Jtr'
IN PEs ESTATE materials shall be permitted In the petition, 221.82 felt to a point on said ''1\. .e- USD T
.SISTFUNK, DECEASED on the Job site. Any materialssold Done and Ordered at Starke. westerly right of way line at COUPONS
I NOTICE OF PROBATE State Road Number 200 said \
the site must be Florida this 22nd ,
on removed
day of May rm'
TO ALL PERSONS INTER- Immediately. \ 1972. point being on the arc of a ., "...* CENTER CUT 1 FULL I

ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF 4. The successful bidder shall GILBERT S. BROWN, Clerk curve, concave Southeasterly CUTSTEHIC I SLICED 1/4 uernriu::'
SIRLOIN ,,,,,..
SAID DECEDENT. be required to provide a $500 Circuit Court, Bradford and having a radius of I J ROUND
You are hereby notified that performance bond or cashier's County, Florida. 3139.35 feet, thence. Southwesterly PORK LOIN
a written Instrument purpor- check, treasurer's check or By Beulah M. Moody along and with the) I
ting to be the Last Will and draft of any national or state Deputy Clerk arc of said curve, a chord

Testament of said decedent has bank. No bid bond Is being CHANDLER O'NEAL, AVERA, bearing and distance of South ,STEA'KS CHOPS
been admitted to probate In required but the board shall GRAY, LANG'k STRIPLING 35 deg 24'50" West 186.43 1 I

this. Court. expect bidders to show good By: Henry L. Gray, Jr. feet to the end of said
You are hereby commanded faith in fulfilling their proposals Attorneys for Petitioner 42'401'th en c e South 33 deg ., Z TO
within six calendar months from 6/1 4t 6/22 along said weeterty --$119 $109 69c
the date of the first publication 5. The successful bidder tan right of way !line. 162.16 '
of this notice to appear In this expect authorization for commencing toot to me point of.bcgiimwg., II'IJ I PKGS
Court and show cause, if any work within 30 daysof IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ALSO .

why the action of the bid opening aforementioned FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL _
saidhave said South 100 feet of the NEI/4 ,
will to probate should not stand ,6. The successful bidder shall COUNTY. of NEI/4 of SWI/4 Section CINTIRXUT _
32 6 S. R 22 E. : HAM MIATY
unrevoked.Dsloree. show evidence that he and/or Twp. CHUCK
C. Dampier A parcel of land lying and CHUCK FRESH PORKBUTTS
his company is. properly Insured CIVIL ACTIONIN
CLERK, COUNTY JUDGE'S RE being in the El/2 of NEI4of 'STEAK
Insuring The of EULA
by an acceptable : Marriage
COURT., INEZ SS 1/4 of Section 32 Township ROAST
agency In the following manner KOGOS. jrffajtnd CHRIST
SEAL( > ) : ANGELO KOCOS; husband. 6 South Range 22 East '

First Publication of this Notice A. Workmen's Compensation. NOTICE OF" SUIT and containing 6.24 acres and ...**!*..
on 18th day of May. 1972. being more particularly described *
B. Contractor's Liability: IST ANGELO KOGOS V.PV.I
5/164t6/8 TOE follows
U as :
Operations B. I. $50.000/
NE Cor
-- Commence at the
P. D. $25,000.Contractual Petition for Dissolution of Marriage 1/4 and thence South 5
llvTIlE 1
BRADFORDCOUNTY Utility has been filed againstyou 19'20" East distance of BAR B QUESAUCE (IirlA( (
OF -. a i DOG PICKLE '/fl:
B. I. $50,000/$100.000 IOr1A/i(1,
FLORIDA. and you are required to 697.99 feet to point of be l ,
P. D.
$25,000 serve a copy of your Answer of beginning
ginning. From point -
FILE NO.; +. --- 7. Bids shall be sealed and or Pleading to the Petition on 15.5oz i
thus continue ;
: on Removing the Petitioner's attorney South 5 deg 19'20" Easta FOOD CHIPS
SULLIVAN, DECEASED School Building." George H. Pierce P.O. Drawer CANS
distance of 310 feet to apoint" aecuLARlucKoay SMOKI OR HOT ; ;
8. If additional
Information 1030. Starke. Bradford County

ALL CREDITORS AND ALL Is needed, it may be obtained Florida 32091. and file run thence South 87 r/i /::: 1

DEMANDS PERSONS HAVING AGAINST CLAIMS SAID ESTATE OR- by 6800.contacting this office 944- ing the original In the Office Answer of or the Plead-Clerk deg to a.57'30"55'30"point"West West thence 671.37 a distanceof North feet 4del. 80": 2 9 c i 4 1 2ge j 460z 49 c:

9., The ,Board reserves the of the Circuit Court on or before 301.65 feet to a point; PLASTIC ; JAR
YOU and each ol'OU. are right to reject any or all bids. June 26, 1972 If you fall thence East 670 feet, more
hereby notified and requiredto ; BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD to do so. Judgement by default or less to point of begin
file any claims and demands .OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONs will be taken against you for ning. i EverybjiytpwPrice; BoniiiBuy 1 Bonusluy
which you, or either of you / / Thomas L. Casey Jr. the relief demanded In the ALSO
Estateof u.l N the
against Superintendent Petition. A of land and being
lying -
Dora B. Sullivan, deceased This notice shall be publishedonce In NWI/4 of SEl/4 Sec. WHITE HONEYDEWMELONS YELLOWCORN CALIFORNIA Hard Ripe

late Of the County of 5/114t 6/11 each week for four consecutive 32, twp. 6 s, r 22 E as follows LEMONS TOMATOESCOMPARE
Belknap. State of New Hampshire weeks in the Bradford : POTATOES '

in the office of the Coun- County Telegraph Com at SW Cor of NWI/4
Courthouse Bradford County FICTITIOUS NAME Dated, May 23 1972 of SEl/4: run N 4 deg 26' &4
In Starke. Bradford NOTICENotice GILBERT S. BROWN Clerk 20" West alone: westerly
County Florida within Is hereby given that By: Beulah M. Moody boundary a diet of 164JS'
six months from the date of the undersigned, Paul L. Milder Deputy Clerk, '. ..
to Wly right of way line of REGULAR ORBUTTERMILK
the first publication of this Intends to engage In the 8/1 4t 6/22 St. Rd 200;; cont. N 4 deg !:# I SIZE j 24ozGiantlV2lb. Gx. ,
notice. business under the fictitious 26'20" West along said Wly -
Each claim or demand must name, 301 Print Shop at Route boundary of said quarter section Fried Fish Sticksr: -jr 49c 1 i C 1iJ
be In writing and must state 2 Box 19, Starke Fla. and NOTICE ...
a dlst. of 301.75' to FOB Breaded Fish Portionspr: : : 79 i
the place of residence and will register said name with George Pierce In behalf of from POD, run N 5 deg 19' innur TIDE j:
post-office address of the claimant the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Baldwin Chevrolet, Inc. and Albert 20" W diet of 208 to point, Daisy Cheese Wedges H." 79c lutnititjKING, BREAD
and must be sworn to Bradford Starke Fla.,, J. Jr. et al has
County Newman S 60 deg 00' E 300' to Wly I LAUNDRY DETERGENT !
by the claimant Ms agent, -orhu under the provisions of the made Application to the Bradford boundary of the right of Sliced American Cheese 79
attorney, or It will be void Florida Statutes. County Zoning Board forreclasslflcation line of U. S. 301; S 33 deg (Mellow, Age Cheese Loaf II.." 69c I
according to law. Paul L. Miller of the property 42'40" W on said Wly right
Each creditor shall deliver Sole owner described below from BR RI 8- of way line a dlst. of 66 Cream Cheese '_-""" '- 29c i $1 3 0 i 4599C::;
sufficient, copies of Ms claimto 5/25 4 t,e15IN to MS MS feet' run thence west 221.82'
Sliced Meats r.r:: :: 35c
enable the County Judge to BR to MS to point of beginning. Said Chipped .
mall one to each personal re- Com at a Pt on Wly BdrySt land containing 0.80 acres m/ '
presentative. THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Rd 200 where bit N Line All above said it
DATED this 15th day of May; FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL of Nl/2 of SF1/4 of SWI/4 1. and being In parcels Section lying 32- : 2010FFMTI Ev ,
A.D. 1972.ELZE.- CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR 'of Sec. 32. Twp. 6 S Rge 22 Township 6 South Range ;22 N OAKSUNNECHARCOAL tiOHHCREAM JELLY orM..
S. SANDERS!!: as Ancillary BRADFORD Co INTY. CIVIL E for FOB SWIY on Wly Bdry East. .
Administrator of the ACTION. CASE NO. of St Rd 200 250 N 80deg This chang In classification .1s
Esate'et Dora B. Sullivan IN REi The Marriage GLORIA W 400'. Nely and Par to subject to a .1" BUNS ROLL
deceased. JEAN JORDAN WtfeandDEL- St Rd aGO 2,50 M/L .!tajgbrRhy be held on Tue 11Jc u27at : DIET DRINKS : BRIQUETS : 1 "

First publication on May 25, BERT LEE JORDAN. Husband : of Ni/2 of SEI/4 clSW1 7:30: PM In the County Commission asorrtasON1V.
1972. 5/23 4t 6/15. DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE: /.. S 87 deg 57'30i EtOO' room at the Bradford I--": f ,>Kfi$ !
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Street Address Unknown of El/2 of'NEl/4 of SWI/4 time all l persons Interested ,

COURT OF BRADFORD COUNTY Clarendon. ( ,Lying ,West of St. Rd 200 shall be heard for or againstthe C:... ....
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action for dissolution ;; the) Zoning ,Code of Bradford SNOWDRIFT MUUILMAN TEAGLASSES
IN RE.ESTATE OF J.M; SXS- of marriage has been A part of NW1/4 of SEI/4 of County.; COFFEE YO.K APPLI' :: : a* tlMOM

'TRUNK. IECEASED filed against you and you are Sec. 32. Twp. 6 S. Rg 22 John Torode. Chairman CREAMER SHORTINIM4 SAUCE "uMonaota f* *r .i siAM

NOTICETO CREDITORSTO required; to serve a copy of E disc at U the follows SW Corner Commence of Bradford' County Zoning 1,.. 794CAN 94. ;20.4/-1 v& '8/1 '199 s/a
ALL CREDITORS AND ALL your written defenses, ir any, 6/12 ..,, ft
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COMMENTS ON THE OUTDOORSby north and west Florida .U'centipede eventually kill the entire lawn

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Frye very
Gov. Tom Adams encouraged fertilisation for an "Instant lawn. For best
acid soils It has low
2,500 Florida NatIonal Director should l be
I demands grows well appearance, centipede
Guard troops attending 'GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION In full sun or partial shade and mowed at .a height of 11/2
summer camp Blending to as long as It Is healthy has good, to ':2 Inches every two weeks.
continue military training with drought tolerance. It 'can, be fertilized threw or

enthusalsm and maintain pride (FPR.Not) child has and cooking their,food. They Centipedegrass Is not the pan four times per year; but oncea
In the work of the National BMS Students Take To AirThree every acea lawn however. It has several year Is sufficient. In fact
Guard. the opportunity, or for that break camp the next morningand which shouldbe the more centipede Is fertilized
disadvantages ,
Adams, speaking-at the annual six Dorothy> ( Moore arranged 24 matter the desire to attend a hike back to the con- kept. In mind. It has very the' more "severe are Its

review of troops Friday, noted hundred and, fifty nights on eight different days. summer camp but for others servation camp. poor salt tolerance, does not pest!problemt irrigation maybe

Joins that Florida owes a lot to the students from the Bradford The students traveled to the their stay at a summer camp Each camper is Instructed In grow well on alkaline soils, necessary", especially the
National Guard and hoped the Middle School got the chance; Gainesville) Municipal Airporton has in some way influenced stringing a fishing pole and and readily develops chlor- grass' Is ''troubled by'"' nema-

FSU Education people of Florida will respect to fly over and around Starkeon buses and flew to Starke their lives 'and been a catching fish Most campers osis ((yellowing) due.to a deficiency todes. :
-.the, Guard for what It does. a class trip, recently. and back for thirty; minutes memorable occasion have only limited fishing success -* A
Honor SocietyRobert In other remarks Adams "It was fantastic and It was on each flight. The Florida Game and Fresh but the most skilled and of iron' especially oil Keep 'these 'pros"' and comJto

praised the growth of the FlorIda beautiful said Mrs. Peggy "We are lucky tohaveanedu- Water Fish Commission more persistent fishermen alkaline sites. For this reason, mindIf I you have a cenu.Proper' -'

Natonal Guard and noted Stanwlx-Ilay who received permission cational system concerned with operates two Youth Conservation usually bags enough fish to It Is seldom grown In coastal diagnosis -
Thornton son of that Florida will continue to from school Principal providing many experiences:!\ for Education Camps. make it interesting for others. areas or in south Florida. pede' lawn. of the com-
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert E. and control
have the best guard in the Nation Richard Jockel, County Superintendent all children. Our superintendent The Central Florida Youth The camp animal compoundis Pest problems are also very
Thornton of Kingsley Lake,was because of the excellent Tom Casey, and the and school board members are Conservation Camp is locatedon used.as a teaching area In serious on centipede. Diseases mon pest problem will help
Initiated Into Delta excellent lawn
Kappa PI. leadership that makes School Board. and concerned said for brown patch to grow an ,
the Innovative this to watch are
Lake Eaton in the Ocala area young
17 at Florida State Uni camper'can It Is, one
May Mrs. Stanwlx-Hay and Mrs.Florida's of centlpedegrass.;
verslty.; command: of the Florida National Mrs. StanwlxHay.PEACH National Forest, and has beenIn see and study many animals, and dollar' spot. These may of Florida's best low maintenance -

Kappa Delta) Pi Is a national 'Guard.Adams operation since 1954. The birds, and reptiles. Wben they require periodic: control mean grasses, but low maintenance -
urea Insects ire also '
flew Into Keystone : problems
honor society; In Education South Florida Youth Conservation leave camp and return,home does not mean no
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Heights Airport earlv Friday : mole crickets -
To be member of the they know more about the value' There Is no such
a ogan- Camp Is located In the maintenance
and flown by helicopter Tree Farms commonly: damage this
morning was ; ,
Ization a student must obtainat Corbett Wildlife ManagementArea bf wildlife and the role of thing as a "trouble-free"lawn,
to Lamp: islanding wherehe grassy but the most severe Insects -
least a 3.5 average and be spent the remainder of the In Palm Beach County; wildlife in,, 'the environmentscene. are.. scales, called ground but centipede Is a good lawn-
recommended by a memberof of Florida whereIt
morning reviewing troops and and while it has been operatedon 'pearls. grass In areas .
the faculty. Thornton will toiling Camp Blanding. An Environmental Extra a limited scale for several The camp program'gives the This Is mainly a problem In is well adapted.'O.NOW .
receive his B.S. this
quarter and will retun degree to FSU During the review, troops years. it really became Commission .an opportunity to northwest Florida and Is very .

In the tall to begin work on his from the 30 companies across established three years ago. acquaint the campers with serious since n 0 effective trI"s WWAT'''
masters degree. Jim plans on Florida, attending summer (FPR)...More than! 1,000 To qualify for Tree Farm Since the program's inception statewide conservation. ,'> control measures are avail .10U CAN.. D01,ur
camo. paraded In fron of ; Sportsmen's groups programs. able. ,A widespread
mastering Habllltative Sciencesa Florida Tree Farms,with over 7 standards, woodlands must be more pro- '
the stand and {l rNErroRLDOfeu
viewing was conservation civic
clubs clubs It is 'not uncommon 'to meet blem la damage from nema-
special education field. Inspected by General McMll- million forested acres are privately owned; managed for and other interested! people former campers on the street todes. These microscopic'', .i.oE55INDUSRY.

the Old 1i/mE/t llan and U. Gov. Adams. ThisIs working overtime to clean up the growth and harvest of have raised money for the in a restaurant, or at a meeting worms parasitize the roots and .
: the second two-week summer our environment! repeated crops; and camps, and !in many Instances that has attended the camp in vause a general decline of lawn
camp at Camp Blending Every'vlgorous. young Tree adequately protected from fire their time and labor to ye.tr.
past years. Most of these peoplewill quality; over" several .
this summer and training activities Farm acre consumes about S Insects and disease.: Harvesting construct them. readily admit that their _.-::... ...:.:.. -, -- --_.'-.'... ..
of dioxide be of -- - - -
will end Saturday. Ions poisonous carbon practices MUST a type
'The Conservation
Units of the Florida Nat- every year and produces that assures, prompt different from most Camps'are their camp experience influenced r .'",.. ''I',..."... ..,.,
camps. lives in some Several .
Sf 1l' ional Guard from Pen- for way. "
are enough fresh pure oxygen reforestation <
I sacola to Miami and will receive 12 lo IS people. Because the merits and objectives There is no horseback riding or past campers have\ gone to work : Eloise'sCeramics ..1' '+ II
tennis. The
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camp program for the Game and .Fresh Water
training In various
areas Tree Farms are privately of the Tree Farm 'I I i
1 of geared. to encourage and In. Fish Commission reaching
the military. Infantry riot upon
.. owned tax paying forest lands program are recognized and terest the ct'
control engineers and other young people in adulthood. Some'' in law' enforcement I
for the of endorsed both
managed production by government
"The "bent kind of blind wildlife and natural resourcesof '
will be covered ;,' and in
areas dur- some
faith U blind to oilier'-. ing the repeated crops of forest and private forestry agencies, Florida. The program' Includes technical fields/Chuch Dillon I'iiA. ,
camp. '
products. In addition to oxygen their foresters work together In .
f.ult. campcraft, conservation Director
of. the Ocala
these woodlands forest landowners to camp
production assisting I ... I
,nature study, fishing started
as a camper, then a n
are also). storing and purifying qualify their lands for Tree
food and boating! canoeing swimming Counselor in Training and on to 515 Alton t .
waler. providing Farm certification. This Road'n : .
firearms and archery safety, Instructor. ..
graduatedfrom H.f
and '
protection for wildlife assistance is absolutely free of
ado MGHI limitless opportunities for and marksmanship.All the University Florida ..L t
activities are the with
cost.Any a degree In Education and
outdoor recreation. forest landowner Interested ,
responsibility of the staff after ,
Co-sponsored by the Florida in doing his part to teaching In the public/ : "
r Association and the clean environment which includes a Director,. school system for one year '
FAMILYPHYSICIAN Forestry up our by '
American Forest Institute the entering his woodlands in the and Dietician Instructor Registered for each Nurse instructional -, Director.returned 'to camp. as I the .The Public"/Is Cordially)lr riyited> ;ft.Enjoys :

\ Tree Farm program is a golden Tree Farm Program should I
area and a Counselor For '
opportunity for any forest contact the Florida Forestry in Training assigned to the more contact information about. Large Selection Qf (3ree |Ware, i
camps :
landowner of 10 acres or,more Association. Post Office Box '
A series medical, to put his land to beneficial 1696 Tallahassee Florida cabin group. \ 'Also/ brder
question general interest and The highlight of the camp Central Florida Youth Con- And Supplies s. We Can ( Your' I
economic ecological use. 32302 today! *"* '
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answered by a panel of faintly/ doctors from program for many young peopleis servation Camp, 1239 S. W. 10th Special For Greenwore /I// Its I
the overnight On Requests.
camp-out. Street Ocala, Florida or South
the Florida Academy o/ Family Physicians as a More Peachy Desserts ,
these .
camp-outs the instructorsand Florida Youth Conservation ,
public ,service in cooperation U'lt/'i this newspaper. campers hike to a Camp C-O..Game and Fresh Not In Store. : .h.i I"

I Approved by the' Florida Mccjiuil!' Associutiort; FRESH PEACH PIZZAS PECAN SHORTCAKES wilderness area and camp. Water Fish Commission;. SSI .. r .

cups BlHquIckM cup BllqulckVt overnight. -This includes pit North 'Military Trail West/ I ...o J :. ... .. ?. / ,
smoking, drinking and M- light c..amlablnno cup chopped pecan* ching tents, building shelters Palm Beach., Florida. : CeJmichrom'Duncan '.'.
Q. If hat a 4-1-day stop 'I. ,
a woman I granulated sugar 14 cup light creamS I Daily Firing' *
chasing girls who use Uc d ,I'
menstral cycle and U very t er 5 peaches tablespoons granulated sugar 'Kemper Tool. '
aromatic perfumes. Seriously 1 tablespoon Arm butterl >
nervous should some sliced and ,
lsop Blnqulck S to 4 peaches I II
however the accepted THRIFTY HAMBURGER Brushes
medication be taken to v. cup brawn sura* (pecked) sweetened Reward w.-
regulate thlt t.*y.normal condition' J leupoon cinnamon!nM4IOIM '1.; :..,.i'P.chilled, whipping. cream )+ 4r.'U'l''J"' :-' '' :. '" --"-.._' I "( hn }, IiP'.n' :, t:
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...: ,__ ., : 'Meat oven.o 450. Mix Bis. J r"f'housr! ... ..
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not abnormal. However other of these causes a soft dough Beat vigorously and granulated sugar; mix. '|jjttui* milk .i* watrr. MOMinlnK. Shape mixture 'Into' :4'I tJ. I [ ',1,1IAN'S
Indicate has been made a consultationwith 20 atroku. Knead S to 10 time with fork to a colt. dough.Beat i*!4 cup| 'ul'I..1' | nnlun, smnll bulla In skillet brown '
symptoms 20 U 0 k e*
may on lightly Hound clotlvcoveredboard Ytgoroualy I truMpnnn' null. meAtballs In hot 'shortening,
i abnormality and may be your doctor is advised.Q. Roll dough out to a It- Knead 1 to 10 times on board.lightly *!j lruHMiim. relrrv milt turning frequently Stir In to. I :- Men.-1hurs.7-1 P.Mdl:
floured cloth covered ,
treated with hormones to Inch circle Eve: pastry Into a I!14 lriiNMH| garlic null mete sauce water and Worcestershire c
Inch thick. Cut
l3-tnch plus Flute edge Roll dough U sniice Cover and
shorten the cycle to a "nor slices. ,with cinch floured cutter. Bakeon prpprrIt almmnr 45 minutes If'nece.' r .. ,
Cover crust with poach tuhlrHpimnti. KhnrtrnlnR I
mal" 28 days. Your family'' My Doctor I am overweight beginning at outer edge and ungreaeed baking sheet 1 run (H imncriO tnmitoHuiicr 1 aary. add small .amount I k':,1 Eloise Qoodmatii w'anner' I
says about 10 minute Split warm *
doctor should be consulted., working toward center. With In chilled water, 4 serving r t otero : "J".. .
shortcake bowl
but I feel fine.
Why fork mix butter' H cup Bl. I cup water .,, 1". 'c."
beat whipping cream and con .. r .
should I reduce? quick. the brown augar cinnamon
Q. Our doctor'.uned charging and nutmeg until fectioners' sugar until atui Fill Add. tit hutch (hI'i'runt'IW Celery Cro. '- 5602",,.. 'i. iI'
12.00 for filling out insurance crumbly Sprinkle mixture oar and top shortcakes with peach cents hot from the? mon fruit cock i nil un' lottuco Irruea and' J ... ,
A. Insurance tables show that peach sue**.. Bake. IS minute slice and whipped cream If whut hnoti lIot- A pninlosr, kind ut penny.pinching that. f>-t. r l
formt. II this ethical la brown. desired, garnish each with pecan whnt ----- ----- ,
people of normal weight have or until edge golden ----
longer life exptancy. They are 5 to I -..... halves, I serving -- "J.,"
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less to matabolic -
susceptible .
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aspect. It is more an economic Hof -- ---- X11. v ww i - -, .Ea. a'
diseases such as diabetes ".1" ,'!
The Increased
necessity. arthritis, arterlo sclerosis
amount of paperwork (hardening of the arteries). 'Take \

required by insurance painful feet and disruption of Stock's! : /

programs, governmental and the family's clothing budget! ::: .
otherwise necessitates an Bn !...L U Vow Choice I Is Not b C i: f ,
Increased number of clerical ,,

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more than Insurance will ;,
the first my
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f insurance report. But some pay? a ;rea<<,,",, eaetg a d JUNE IS 1 KROEHLER RECLINERS :. ," a j ", : .i

patients have several. Insurance KROIHltR N Illaw.bath RecDrwrMII .'h. '
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physicians to make a clerical companies properlyare .. Diameod Tufted3WAT .ai.

charge. in the business to make a cast RKUNH w 1w,.," '' e

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and hair been using note
age based doctor's
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sprays usual and customary fees. RECLINER
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Area Dews Community News

Who are the Mystery' Merchants
By EveljmV, Powell ?
That Is the question puzzling\ By Elizabeth Clven: Walker

BOX SUPPERThe Telegraph readers these daysas MEETING: :NOTICES
four new silhouettes are published Dell Chapter 168 OES will render service In honor of the will render service at 6 p.m.
Senior CiaMn*:Old each week In families. All families are asked
the big. meet at 8 tonight (Thursday Dinners will be sold from
Fashioned p.m.
Box Supper on Frt- doublespread Myster Merchants to sit together.Evening Service, the

) In the Masonic Hall on parsonage starting at 12
day night June\ 9fl> be> a Contest ad. now In Its Brownlee St. All member. are 7 p.m. noon Saturday. All members
family affair. You don't have Greater Bethlehem Freewill
third week. are asked to
asked to be present and on time. cooperatewith
to be a "senior"
to on Fun and profit are In store Independent Pallbearers: 9 Baptist Church, Rev Jasper this activity. Choir No. 1
the fun. You
ladles 10'fix for Williams pastor Monday
the winners night
as gift certificate will hold their 3rd Anniversary rehearsal each Tuesday night
a box lunch for two. (Don't Choir :No. 3 and Ushers BoardNo.
are presented to the at New Hope Baptist Church on before the first and third Sun-
forget your wallets fella.: first three persons correctly! June 18. All members are askedto : 2 will meet. Tuesda night, day. Choir No. 2 rehearsal
And about that live entertain Identifying'each Mystery Merchant Senior Choir rehearsal. Wednesday each
Wednesday night.
merit... attend and give full coopera-
good old
Just clip the silhouettesfrom night, Prayer Meeting.
Mrs.Essie [ .
Billy tion for success. -- Rev.
will be provided by and your paper and take to Starke In January 1967, a position larger quarters about five)'earsago. Golf &. Country Club, and also Holland Sec>'. Thursday night Ladles Circle
Country' Hillbillies of Hamp- the merchants you think they which he still holds. He Mrs. Lawson has been with hold, membership In the Elks meeting with Airs. Rebecca e e eI'srholuglott
ton.That's match, along ,with the corresponding Is a Past Master of the Ma- the business since Its opening lodge.{ CHURCH NOTICES Allen. Prayer Band will meetat .
at the Hampton City 11 the home of Mr a. Sarah / rrjMiil; ""t (hatjirnplc
ad. sonic Lodge, and holds mem- vears ago
Ebenezer Baptist church, '
Hall at 7:30: p.m. 'Don't, miss "'Here are'the>Mystery Mer- bership In the Starke Rotary 'MAnrilV' ,DORKO;;' l has been Rev. Leroy Davis pastor Bible Prince. Sunday Is Pastoral frrl inriiatrd, If )"uglare
Itl! chant whose ,silhouettes appeared Club, the Shrine Club, and the CARL LAMAR JOHN'S:; : pres- employed for'the past 18 years Class each Tuesday at 7p.m. Day starting with Sunday ill flips. t It| often frightitilnnlfriinj -
Starke Golf & Country Club. ident of Starke Builders Sup- ,as bookkeeper and secretaryat Prayer Meeting[ each School at 9:30.: Morning Worship -
WATER WORKS last week; MARY LAWSON;, manager of plies, Inc., the business established Denmark Furniture Co. In Thursday,, 7 p.m. Saturday before at II. League at 4 p.m. in,. ''lltr' !! a pnnih
'IS PURCHASED CARL HURST owner and operator Stan's Bootery,popular shoe by his father in 1946. Starke. Mrs Dorko is a native the first Sunday in June Dinner will be sorted at 13:30. '. nova"
Mayor Arthur Bruno purchased of Hurst's Shell Serviceat store for men, women, and During the past 26 years the of Bradford County and has all church officers are askedto Evening Worship, at 8 p.m. j'"j i n I *
the Hampton Water the corner of U. S.' 301 and children at the corner of Call firm has served the area witha lived in the Starke-Lawtey a- meet with the pastor for a Greater Allen Chapel AME! :: : ;;
Works on May 5.from Mrs. Highway 100 came to Starke and Walnut Streets Starke. complete line of lumber, rea most of her life. Denmark'sis business 'session.' Famliy Day Church, Rev. C. Jenkins, ScJtrJwonl' ( linn ncrni' to 'here,
M. L. Wattersorv,pending the almost 20 ; and has The ,business opened here as paints, hardware, roofing ma- one of the largest and bestcompal1"s will be observed June 4.Sunday pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. p"nr'nnl "f/ flip! '''/''//'P sane.
,extension years ,ago terials, sporting'goods and Love Feast at 11. Evening Service Tit, binl.i/ Ort: silt,, /bumlmfi/ /
of the,, franchise by been In business for, himself the Shoe Rack In 1961 at another : In this area and School, 9:45: : Morning[ Worshipat '
the City Council. since 1962. He la active In location, and due to rapid many other lines. Mr. Johns offers everything for distinc- 11. At 3 p.m.; Rev. G.G. !Mc- ', 5pm. Rev. Montgomery', "''''1// bill/ 'tlierr'' 0"11'.u/ many/ /
After a lengthy discussion''ata politics, having served six growth, moved to Its present Is a past president of the Starke tive home interiors. Arthur and congregation will, Rev. White and congregations r.tlwrrlJ101'11/ / / / anJnhling.f / / ,

special meeting on May 23, years on the City Council before -' .._ _____...
the Council approved the fran. being appointed Mayor of
chile with changes agreeable f
to both the City and Mr. Bruno u Aele i4vIa aGArnts 3 BIG Thursdayfrlday '
; to be prepared by the at.. dM1 I'O
torneys ',and approved by the lelgh Brannen of Bedford Lake, DAYS i
Council at Its next regular and Mr. John L, Hall of Atlanta Iiij SaturdayMORE
meeting on June 13. Ga. were supper guests ','
: Thursday,evening of the Lynn
RECEIVES AWARD.Congratulations On Friday' evening Mr and
to our Fire Mrs. BennIe Lanlre of Jacksonville YOUR MONEY
Department, Mayor Bruno, and were dinner guests of
Fire Chief 'Fred Phillips onJhe the Lynn alls. AT EAGLE !
Civic Improvement AWard The Lanlres and Halle en-
given to them this week for Joyed the own Parade In
improvements at the Fire Station. St. Augustine Saturday.
\ Pete and Bonnie Landry and
children attended the Coleman
PERSONALS family reunion In Jay Bird''
l'GradyEdw111CosneUJr made Springs, Ga.anrthe put week-
his debut Into the word, last end.
week. Mother and baby came Mrs. Lettie Parker of Jacksonville .
home from the hospital Mon was a weekend guestof 1 Ov
day afternoon and are ,doing Mrs. Francis Wadsworth.
welL If you have news Items you
t. The Wlllard Thomases are can call my mother, Mrs. Eve- c
the maternal grandparents and lyn Vaughan before 11 a.m. .f 0m1fl
perhaps feel that when It rains. or after 6:30 PJn. Dial 468-
it pours, with tile arrival of 1152 or contact bent the Hampton -
twin grand-nieces born to Mr. General Store between noon
and Mrs. Douglas Manning of and 8 pjn. She will relay these
Brooker. The' twins were born,, Items to me, or you can call
enroute to a Gainesville .hos-' me mornings at 9647438.
pltal at 3 a.m. Monday morn- In order to make the current >
weekly edition of the paper -

fall and Mrs H. A. Lawsonof I byMondayvnight. Information
Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Rat .

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Reserved :1 :


Pvt. Bruce J. Scott ion of
Mrs. Edna Scott of Heilbronn
Springs, completed basic train-
Ing In the U.S. Army at Fort
Jackson, S.C.on May 17.
lie will be attached to AlT .
Company A, 17th Battalion at ;
Fort Jackson for the remain-
der of his training.

THRIFTY MAID .. .. ,. ,, .


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held Executive May 14 Board at the Recrea-Meetingwas ij
tion Center. Those present KNERNEL 16.0%.
were Karl and Ada Hoist Peg CORR '
and Walter Richardson. Alex CANLimit "
and Emma Morton, Della Speed.
Pete Johnson and Mary Allen.

The Meeting was presided over 6 con with $7.SO or'mere purchase excluding. cigarettesHAUDSIDE '1: ;' .fI'
by Joe Kerr1g Our treasurer "
n. .
records all monies were and audited receipt l were and PRICES GOOD THURS. JUNE 1 THRU, WED. JUNE .7 {
O! lUXtCooler
found to be correct and up to .
30 QT. $*299
date. Discussion on a motion Chest
made by Bill and Hazel IU- I . SIZE
chards resulted In recommendation -
to membership that a
belated annual luncheon be heldat THRIFTY MAID DELICIOUS
the Holiday Inn on June 27. $3 99 i
As usual Gene and Georgia Urns : : : EACH '
Rayburn and Randall and Gin-
ger Davis are expected to at- Q;!
tend. This luncheon Is usually APPLE
held at the last meotlmr In January -
but it was postponed this '
to attendance at SUPER HOLD OR ,,
the White House Conference on 'M- .'.*.1'' ,.- 'M t ... .
Aging and a visit with our folksIn Hair Spray ; ; ; [ACH 59c
New York City.At .
our Membership Meeting SAVE 10. PAST RELIEF :
on May 43, V.P. Mary Allen $A U aoz. _

gave with CHUB a report Neighborhood on her activities Service .Bufferin. Tablets; ,*" /4A. .. IK w. .Ige f mi '

Center;$102 raised through HJ.llor. I.. AhW' \ .r ,r _. _
Rummage Sales and other "
buted events.toward This money a Bradford was contri-County Can Opener EACH 1OC limit,* cans with $7.50 or mere purchase* excluding cigarettes

Day Care Center which will take .
care of pre-school children
while their mothers go to ,
work. Rev. IWitt T. Para- ,
bee also worked with this wor-
thy project. rr,.
Karl Hoist Is in Bradford 1 a 1
County Hospital. Al and Irene
Nichols have not been too well. SC
We look forward to seeing them S
all soon.
Bill and Hazel Richards vol-
unteered to fulfill Chairmanship
duties until Karl is well again.A IS
1 rifty
I collection was taken from
our members, and so far, we tnt, li jMa10
have collected $12.75 to supportthe
Honor America day Celebration
July! 4.
Happy Birthdays for this
month were Peg Richardsonand
Ha Weeks a visitor and a C11T'g.rJ' k
prospective new member.Wed- 'BfAA7 I
ding Anniversaries were Ed :
and Lilly Roberts, Bill and
Hazel Richards, and Nora and
Ernest Gilder Many happy returns ,r
of the day.
I attended a meeting of the I Inst. Coffee
newly organized Citizens Clubin
Melrose on May 17, with 72 S.
members present. Chairman R. 10. $143]
F. Simmons presided. lie Is 83 JAil

old and did fine !
years a mighty;
job.lbroughtgreetlngaandcongratulations THRIFTY MAID CUT GREEN
from our Stark

action success.through I proposed letters Immediate, cards, BEANS Lemon Pudding ..Ka: 1OC SAVE, acASSOKTIO 6-01:. "
'telegrams, etc. to our Fla. CAN
Senators, Ed Gurney and Law- LIBBY'S iO
ton Chiles urging their supportfor 3.at.
Gelatins IOc '
me ZVo boost in social security Royal fKG.:
benefits which Is now Lemonade
pending In the Senate Flnanc. lint coin
Comm., headed by Chairman I 01PKO. c
Russell B. Long. It you haven'tas Muffin Mix . .10
;yet written to these three
We pray and !hops that all of C l 20 ot.
our members who are on the Bread 5L LOAVESCT. $100]
sick list get to reeling better
and recover soon. We miss ;you DIXIE DARLINO HAMIUROER SUNS OR

all We are very looking much at forward our meetings.to;your ':" ,i.\ Hot Dog Rolls 2 'PKOS.. 49c SAVE 'I9e 1 -LES. 10'4CAN

presence at our annual luncheon SHOESTRINGPotatoes POLY
on June 27. Detains will be discussed 01X11 DARLING
at our next meeting June 16-oz. BAG

13.New Pratt St.member Rev.Center are always,I pm. ; Apple Strudel a :;: 59' "

welcome, also visitors. Come
and have fun ,
-Joe Kerrigan. Limit 6 cans with $7.30 or more purchase excluding cigarettes
I WHEN IT comes to boomIng 10.*. an.mo.. JPKPKO.. ii...
vegetarianism, economics Peas PKO. 10C Party Pizza .' . $199 Pie Shells . 39C Butter Peas 2 lAOS $100]


has failed. Spinach: . .... 10C Pot Pies . 6'PIES $1 i00 Onion Rings . MS,, 79C'' Baby Limas .2 ''lAOS'34 ot. sloe 1.AVI10e.oSTOIl ]
+ Reseirekers are reported I Ie *
1 bare given up en a vaccine ... 14.... 30...
git. the commoa cold. Cut Corn . 10.PKO. 10 Sandwich '. 12"1 PICO.: lw 1 Dinner . 2 PKOS.PENOSSCOT sloe] Cut Okra . 2 AOSSAOS slog]
Good we *U seed sent comparatively

tilling a days work. & Carrots 10 PICO.oi. 1 IU f\C Baked Potato '. I PKa.'..'' 49e Warrles.) . 2 :K 's.89c Turnips . .3 11... $100]


menu, and brochure ifftchti., .d.ertiement we live. Demi Loaf Bread &s; 10C Shrimp Shapes 'V::a n79 Potatoes . .o.'a". $100]
in a world wheN totrybodycam.
But very /- da any

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Quantity Rights
Reserved Airman John D. 'Johns, Jr.,
/ son of J.D. Johns of) Starke,
: WINN COPYRIGHT DIXIE I STORES 1972'INC. has completed) U.S. Air Force
basic training at the Air TrainIng -
.' Command's Lackland AFD,
San Antonio, Texas. lie has'
SAVE now been assigned to Sheppard
h AFB, Texas for training as a
medical services specialist.
A 1970 graduate or Bradford
High School, Airman Jons
attended Santa Fc Junior College -
before entering the Air

,.,. S BROOKERin


Monday night. May 22, Mr.
and Mrs. George O. Pierce
end daughter, Audrey along
E with Mrs. Roy Green and

PRICES GOOD THURS. 'JUNE 1 THRU' WED. JUNE 7 eFEF pEOP1. daughter Wlldwood., Aileen,.There, drove they downto ate

supper with Mr and Mrs. Ken-
neth Green, Ken and Jill.
W-D BRAND BROADBREASTED After supper the ladles attended -
DARK MEAT a miscellaneous shower -

'z .' ,/ TURKEYSSHENANDOAH!! Roast 0 0 04 :::, $299 n.r.Mrs.given bride-elect Troy In honor Jones Allen,of Amy Ann Green.Ty-and

QUEEN All VARIETIES Adam are here visiting family.
Mr. and Mrs.George O, Pierce
''' .
Dinners . 2 p 8G 99C Audrey and Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Green and Aileen. .
1, USDA GRADE 'A' l9 Jones and children drove to
Canned Hams ..4Chuck .. CAN.$39 Palatka to visit her brother-
in-law and sister, Mr. and
'2e: WO BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP Mrs. J.T. Taylor and family
returning to Brooker on
S.teaK.. 3 c Monday, May 29.
4 '/, * Saturday afternoon May 27,
GRADA' 16c QUICK .FR01EN fJ'J W SKAMB USDA tcfcPf&: I Befl4lh4S M -- .. ..- .. ehrf .rArh. Mr. and Mrs. George O.Pierce, ?
URKEY''RIaART3, and daughter.;,'Audrey. Mr. and

BREAST W/RIBS/ . >.. 79<, PIR is. ,17 LBS. AND UP Delmonico Steak La $1aA!! Mrs.Aileen Roy and Green their and nephew daughter.Joe
J Green drove to Wlldwood. After -
WINGS OR DRUMSTICKS u' 39C LB 1 enjoying a fish supper at
the Kenny Green's Mr. and

THIGHS .,. .,. .. -49* Mrs.with Roy Mr.Green and enjoyed Mrs. 2.a visit S.-
Tyner.. Also the Tyners had
Mr. and Mrs. Strayhorne of
4e'i.i. r Wildwood over. Mrs Stray-
homo Is the former Lorene
Hazen, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Mann Hazen, former residents -
of Brooker. Mr. Green
: and Mrs. Strayhorne had a great
ti time reminiscing over their
1 1 childhood days In Brooker.
1 MELONS Mr. and Mrs. George O.
Pierce and Audrey left the Ken-
ny Greens' and traveled to
Tallahassee to visit Mr.
Pierce's brother and family.
r Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Pierce,
I for the remainder of the week-

/ p.s end.Allen Green and flnancee,
Ann Tyner of Wlldwood spent
last Sunday with Allen' parents -
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green
FROM FLORIDA and Aileen. They all attended
services together at the Brooker -
CITRUSPUNCH Baptist Church.
T/Sgt. and Mrs. Crelg Wood
and children have been visiting
Crelg's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I' L.C. Wood. The Crelg Woods
01,1 10C
were stationed at Fairchild AFB
In Spokane, Wash and are en-
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE route to McCoy AFB in Orlan-
W-O BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF of Miami visited relatives over
W-0 BRAND US.CHOICE BEEF N.Y STRIP BONEIESS CHUCK .. Honeydews 2 $1)I00 the Memoiral Day weekend.
Steak 5' :' $599 They spent Saturday and Sun
Steaks5r998: oveR BONELESSROAST FRESH. .(NO HEAD OVER J c) day with Mr. and Mrs. Melt
Vickery and David !In Gaines-
STRIP w o BRAND USOA CHOICE BEEF RIB Crisp Lettuce 19C ville. On Monday, the Vlck-
W.D BRAND u.s.CHOICB BEEF N Y. . POUND erys brought the Barnettes out
Steaks10 ;:998Steak 5' : $749 FRESH FLORIDASunkist to Brooker to visit Mrs. Inez
Green, Shirley Mrs. fliary(
Lemons 12 59C Green, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest -

"ND"a )99 Steaks SriiI $798 FRESH eral Hospital.
LOINS Prayer List:Ernest Edwards,
Corn 1 10 69 Obella T.tstonel. Sharon Tet-
Yellow . EARS tone, Morris Dyal Polly
Clark, Monroe Barnes.

Beef W-W BRAND CUBED Steakettes 2 :;::0. $199 ( d Qy $ Green Cabbage 2 HEADS39C -After-Dose---'of-working---for -

one of giant conglomerates
COPELAND 3. 118 FRESH a loyal employee retired

AILMeat.Franks ,. .". ?s:' ,59e PIR LB. Crisp Celery . 2 STALKS39c company watches.and!!finally found makes' out. --what gold the, .


Sliced Ham . . -: 59C LB. . 20 a-88: The antomobll tire grows
more complicated. There WM
a time when all we wanted to

Cheese Food ., I PKG.69c: : Pork Chops .' LB 78C Smoked Hams LI.68c Slab Bacon u. 49eSUPERSRAND round. was


Yogurt ,. . 5 CUPI; $, Fish Fillets. . E,* 69C j Whole Hams LI.98c All Je.Meat Franks PKG. 59C frank w. and art uninhibited k'eomlnu.under mart
'the new morality. Several
openly admit '
Cheese Spread :PKG.49c Fish Sticks ,2 ?"o. 99C Sausage . ll. 79C Dinner Franks 79C nomination.take the _ic. .presidential/ thtyd.. "


Cheese) Spread !d:; $119 Biscuits . 'CAN. '1 10C Smoked Ham 68C Sausage . LI 69C W OtIIan's UbiraUonittt' dtnounce -

IOROEN-S BIO TEN SAVE ,'0.,PAlArtTTO ARMS FRESH BOSTON BUTT BANQUET FRIED (lO.rm.,.p......F.lly C.ofc.d) Princt Charming( at a
Biscuits . '\\1\-"' 25 Pimento Cheese 69C Pork Roast . t8. 68C Chicken .. 2 P:&: $149 kt sleeping should/ Instead Beauty have done e/with amakming U a with kiss a.

JOB efftr.Tekiuaph.
June 1, 1972 1':110': II

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I Motor l Theft 1

I Mean Fine, JailJohn Nets 5 Years

Dellberatliw Ji *t 10 minutes, escape received much longer
a six man Circuit Court Jury sentences: than other i inmates
Arthur Chesser and but fitted to appear In court. Lee ''Lean. Jr.. Stephen Lee Monday, returned' ; a. In
Ralph Thomas Smith guilty verdict who pleaded guilty escapecaaea
were each Johnny C. HolIIs was fined Bloodaworth. Randall Cly Mc-
on BerkeySajxWrsoncharces their
fined $101 and five days In Jail $$1 or three days la Jail tor < Craig Lang- changing Imocent
18 of stealing a 40-HPout. pleas and foregoing a trial.
plus an added 30 days If the operating a motor vehicle without ford.nsmss Chandler Ward board
fine la not paid to the countyon a driver's license. Terry Jo...... George Wesley motor. On Monday Inmate Robert
charges of petit larceny; Al Vernon Foxworih and Holmes Jr. Bradley Alan Nor- It U the first CoiivictioQ In Bruce pleaded guilty to eacajte
In plea day last Tuesday. James Charles Strong were both ton, Tim A. Beaton, David La- a series of outboard motor charges placed after he walked
"There was no time for lecturing fined $$1 or three days la.JaIL Crolx Robert Peter Struyk. thefts the county has succeeded away from Ma work release
," Mid Judge Theron A. Foxworth was charged with Jimmy Franklin Wilson E. W. In securing by s Jury trial Job at the Garden RestaurantIn
Yawn after completing the careless driving and Strong was Dee Peggy June Rabun, Em- says Chief Deputy Sheriff tolph Starke last December 29.
lengthy session In County charged with Improper change mett Charming Bennett Carl Reddish. Circuit Judge George He ,was sentenced to one additional -
Judge's Court late In the at- of course. Hendrick Chattel, and David as L. Patten aent4l tad Sanders year.Inmates .
..tornoon.Cheaser. to five in
MlHhouser m, was all charged '* years state prison.
and Smith John I i. i Larry Gene Anderson
pleaded Wayne Undertint wall] 1 1ii
with unlawful and had
aunty to speed Sanders was fcn4* guilty; of 26 and Harold Rau-
taking 16 hampersof fined $76 or 10 days In Jail their bonda estreated. Leroy
vegetables out of a truck belonging for charges of unlawful speed. Eugene. R. Anew Dorothy Ann ii 1i stealinga motor vn d by John dabeugh 24, pleaded guilty; to
last P* ember 19.
to David Browning of Marion Rebecca Grant was escaping from the East Unit
Travis and Jefro WatJdns
Starke. Deputy Robert Green of charged with unlawful speed all charged, with driving withouta were llt ((1 Jackson testified he owned the prison last October 28. Each
i motor producing trill of gale,
the Bradford Sheriffs Depart- and had her bond forfeited. driver's license. All butWat- received an two
ment recovered the vegetablesfrom Rober C. DUlenger was fined and aald It was stolen from a years. A third Inmate In that
Chesser 21, and Smith $76 or five days In Jail for Mns their who bond pled eatreated.not guilty had Bradford Boy Stater Levy Lennon, Grail Reddish and Michael 'Glsty are propped by work shop at the oho WE: school escape, Terry Lee Keene 20,
19. Cheaser Is from Ocala and operating a motor vehicle with- Kenneth Ray Blevtns was American Legion Post 56 Warrant Officer AI Crosby. In Reno where he I ft 4 It stored. has pleaded temporary Insan

Smith from Starke. out a valid driver's license. charged with an Improper drl- Hance Thornton f41tI1ted San ity. Disposition of the case Is
Odla Daniel WhItehead, Louie Marvin E. Rosier $1X50 or ver's license and had Ms bond den and anothet "man..came pending while the court awaitsa
Leofric Johns Gerald Matthew three days for operating a motor estreated. Jefro Watkins pled to his home on Poc 18, sah- >psychiatrist's report.
Whitehead, and Douglas Edwin vehicle with expired Inspection not guilty to reckless drlyLaude log If he wanted to buy a mo Inmate Jimmie R. Simmons
Whitehead were each fined $26 sticker.Rlcahrd tor. Thornton said he looked was sentenced to two additional -
or three days In Jail for poeseaelon H. Simpson washed i Pe.lOlanoe.treatedhllbon4 4 Bradford Youths at the motor anq on questionIng years In prison after changing
of Illegal fishing de- $26 or three days In Jail tor to the charge of allowing Sanders, I armed It was his plea to guilty to escaping -
vices. operating motor vehicle an unauthorised person to drive. "hot," but came from Jack- from the East Unit last
David Prescott was charged out a valid driver's license. aomrllle. December 10. A charge of stealIng -
with two counts: of writing a Clayton A. Sumner was fined Thornton said Sanders first a vehicle In the same escape -
worthless check and was fined $29 or three days for allowing 7 a n R Head To Boys State asked $7$ for the motor but was dismissed. Another
$26 or 10 days plus restitution an unauthorised rsontodrive. n came down to $35 .attar Thorn- Inmate Solomon Hamm, Is
of the check. Tom Marks Jr. had Ms case ton said he didn't have the charged In the cases but a
Dorothy Berry, Charles Lott of Improper passing continued. money. Thornton said he asked severance was granted for Sim-
and Calvin Whltfleld were each In tile Juvenile cases Kirby Sanders to come back In two mon's trial.
Three Bradford: High Jun- hurdler and has received the
charged with lasuelng worthless Lynn Crosier had Ms license mpics and has advanced to the hours.
check and fined $26 or suspended for 60 days and Eddie -' ior boys will travel to Tallahassee scholar BUS athlete award for Junior Olympic Regional finals. The witness said) after Sanders Inmate Nelson France Laird
June the second
6 to Urn
10 days plus restitution. Marcia Roy Mott was suspended represent ,. Jr., changed his plea to
Bradford County In the 1972 The youths from Starke will left he contacted! the Sher- guilty
B. Jones was charged with for 30 days. : are the session of Florida American Jimmy la one of the 13 outstanding Join with other boys from across Itt a Department, Thornton's to attempted escape
the same offense but was sentenced Paul F. Johnson. Prince only ones suitable for Legion Boys State. seniors at Bradford the state to participate son, Pete, corroborated hi.father' last December 12 and was sentenced -'
to five In Pont Clyde P. Byrd Edgar grow- to 60 additionaltime.
days Jail and days
Ing children." High. Jimmy la rated nationally In the organization of political testimony .
ordered to make restitution. The three are Levy Lennon In his hurdles and Is the only parties, election campaigns FliP Trooper K, C. EtharIdge : .
Damon Whitaker and Lester from Poet 314; Greg Reddishand pers to earn five varsity and enforcement of their own testified he # .lve1I a The case of Rafael Delestre,
Randolph) each was charged with FLORIDA ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM Michael Cissy from Post letters In track at BHS. laws within a mythical Slat call on Cec. 18 to juck up the charged last December 15 with
Issuing a worthless check and 56. He la In the AAU Junior Oly- state car Sanders had been Men driving possession of a moonshine. still,'
ordered to make restitution alcoatropics I Lennon, 16, Is the son of and that he found San was dismissed.
pay a $26 fine. Ci' Rev. and Mrs. Levy Lennon. ders In It In Lincoln! City; in Trials set for June
Herman R. Lee had Ms ; are:
case i Levy has played on the Varsity Starke. Etherldge Said he arrested -
closed and sentence suspended I football team and holds I Sanders for not having -The companion: cases of Ron-
for the charge of selling the 330 track record at 35.7 -ixew a driver's Ucen*% sad turned ald Eugene Rewla, 32, and Joseph
fresh water catfish without a Stj. aeconda. He Is the parllmen- the car over to tta SI1erUr. A. Troncoso, 27, two state
dealers license. tarian of the Fellowshlo of Department. prison Inmates, charged with
Constance Barnhlll was fined Christian Athletes, participates The carwa.towed the county assault upon an officer by a
$26 or three days In Jail on By PAUL C. rOKAKCREditor. In the Interact, His Jail where. after getting"Sanders' state prisoner. The complaints
each of two counts of selling !: laformallM Servlcci tory and Chess Clubs. Len- ; permission, the trunk are signed by Lt. R.' K. Crttfla -
fresh water bait fish withouta non works at the Holiday Inn for an Oct. 25 attack with
One of the most Interestingand the cats-much against their was opened and found to contain -
retail fish dealers license aa a portor. glass and a broom stick. Both
and renting a boat for com- Informative pamphlets on will-were forced to take alcohol the motor said Chief Deputy Inmates have pleaded not guilty
mercial purposes without first the subject of drinking, gearedto into their systems.We Greg Reddish 16, Is the soft Dolph Reddish baputy; Robert by reason of! .insanity;
having the boat registered. needs of the upper elementaryand here at FARP have been of Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddishof Green testified the motor -, '
Leon Cummings was fined$26 junior high set, Is one with interested to note the reaction Starke and Is a member of p shown In court was the one -The case of Joe Arthur Co
or three days In Jail and Marvin the unlikely title, "01 Cat and of older teen-agers aa well as the variety; football 1 team Is the found In Senders cat. On that, hen who Is charged with receiving -
Godwin fined $36 or five People." adults to the pamphlet These president of the Interact Club the state rested the c.... stolen property last Jan.

days In Jail for charges of This popular pamphlet has "old folks" 15 and over often a Representative of the Stu- Johnny L. Moray! 19 13, a wrist Watch.
assault and battery. been distributed for a long time seem to derive as much from der council and a member of .CalneavUIetestinghetook. Disposition Is.also pending
Joseph) L. Candy, Albert Ste- by Florida Alcoholic Rehabilita Its message as do the upper the Fellowship Christian Ath- the motor to Thornton and has on the' first degree murder
ven Cubbedge and Patricia G. lion Program, and It remains elementary and Junior high letes. Greg Is a portor at the pleaded guilty to tfn charge.- charge of Florida State Prison
Harper were each charged with high on the list of the most youngsters. Holiday Inn of Starke. He had previously been sentenced Inmate Malachi TImmona. Indicted -
voluntary Intoxication and each asked-fof pamphl .'*.-".- -* -Ot ::ats and Paoplf'; Is available _.. Mike' Cissy; '17,' son of Mr. to six month\ in the by a Bradford grand
., had their bond eatreated. The pamphlet begins with this to any Interested reader, and'Mre."Joe. Cissy of Green 'F r 'Appalachee--' ''Correctional. lit- Jury for the stabbing of Lester
Willie with no strings attached. All it ""+,,,"4t'''" .
Weatherspoon had Ms statement: ,,,,., ..., Acriis; In the Debate:club, ,C '. t Atwithill4,/ heic h fellow ,
bond entreated for the charge "A famous scientist bad 18 takes to secure a copy 1 Is a cardor president of the Science Club. ... +11.it''SandedVdld't'ntt.tIfy; ; !In I sharp ]7einacea .
of permit date of letter addressed to FARP's s Ma own behalf He stick carved from
t emergency cats and a problem. He wantedto vice president of the I Junior 1 |pad nothing a ladle.TIm
origin and expiration not filled to Information Services. Box 1147, class, a senator of the student to say before sentence was mona hal been given time to
run some experiments -
In completely. Avon Park, Fla., 33825.That' ,file motions. J
find council and a member
out what alcohol does to of passed.only
Llllle Mae Corbltt and Susan the address to use any. the Interact other trial In ttte
But can't club. Michael Circuit Court
people. experimenton action
you Is
time need Information con-
Cunningham pled guilty to contributing you on works brief court session which began -
people very well; you c.n'tput 4a cluded for the time being after
to the delinquency ofa the subject of alcoholism. There ? with 14 cases on the docket -
minor and had a presentenc them In cages or run their are various phases of this problem The boys were selected by two Inmates of the East Its Monday and Tuesday sessions.
Investigation ordered. lives. and FARP has literatureto the BHS faculty; on all around Bus Drivers RetireA Unit of the Florida State Prison .
Troy Glenn Richardson had "But the doctor had a plan cover each phase. activity and well rounded were found guilty; .Tuea... .' ,
Ms two of for a scientific experiment. He -A literature list Is available personality.; .. '
cases transporting retirement day by.a Jury of escaping lastuacemoer ..
party was given In honor : .
knew that cats and of two Bradford w w
fish without dealer license and people are for the asking. It list the 60 -
Jimmy Joe Andrew. will County v. '
be school
bus ,
drivers who will The
alike in some Why not quit the road when school forthright pollUclal tells
transporting fresh water catfish way 'pamphlets offered by FARP,
without vehicle properly- try the experiments with the dividing them Into ten categories the first boy In years to be Is ,out Friday Mrs Anne Kelly of ,Hellbronn Springs and Clyde Ray Bozeman 28 &rd' 'H like II'|ls, after taking a poll
marked. cats? That way he could find General, FARP. general treatment called back to Boys State as Lloyd Barry of Brooker. Warren Yopp. 28 nr. actv to determine what his conilit-
\ out what alcohol does to a councilor. Jimmy; la the son Mrs. toncec' to eight year additional -' soma think Ills like.
Gene VanZant was put on 18 cats. psychodynamlca treat of Mr. and Mrs. Levon An Kelly, above, receives engraved sliver tray from
months probation for contributing And maybe the cats would help ment, community organization drew.. Starke. Supt. Tom Casey Both driven started rolling school buses In the eats prt on. "They *
to the delinquency of a him answer his main question: religion nursing Alcoholics Andrew. Is an outstanding In 1948 24 years ago. Mrs. Kelly has Bus. No. 34, Barry are two of four imitates who Congressman Sliidgepump\
minor. What does alcohol I I do to Anonymous education and busi NO. 11* escaped the east unit by aaw has been in politics long
The traffic session of plea people?" ......lndu.try. Also Included Is Ing climb bars and u,lng rope' enough to know that all this
day was taken mainly by.charges The booklet then goes on to a list of educational films available to down the Walt. A severance talk about ethics is Just like
of unlawful develop an 'Interesting accountof on a loan basis. EDITORIAL was granted from the any other pasting fad..e .
Marvin A. amend Gary Allen what happened to the U cats Remember FARP Is an other two Inmates, Charles Patrick -.e .
/' Christopher were both fined and it points up come real lesson agency ef the State of Florida, Religion And Long Life Faucett, 22. and Gene Almost .every category ef
$36 or three days In Jail for (for the youngsters aa they and aa such. it stands readyto Stoneman 2V so that Bozeman the population has a separate
unlawful speed.William read. serve you. This column Is and Yopp could be tried air fire. How about making
J. Donovan Wayne There's no attempt to propagandize resulting in a shower of additional Somehow we never connected religion ventist men live an additional six Tuesday.The the ticket price for skyjacker ?
Bryant Revels, Kenneth Allan in "Of Cat and Peo requests for literature. with long life but now told years on the average and women two Inmates tried for prohibitively high?
we are
Mynor and Leroy McC.ry were merely factual We'll be looking for your requestsoon that Seventh about five years longer the. report ':
account happened Day Adventists who don't
all charged with unlawful speed of what when drink or smoke, and eat leas meat said. / ....... '',.''
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i; '. Reds.. Edge 21-18 Of City Softball TourneyCunningham

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White Team waded undefeated Gulf

By through five oppon- T _____ Henry
;' ents to win the f__

: ;! In Spring GameBradford Invitational Eighth Tourney Annual over Softball Starke the Is Top

weekend, sponsoredby

the Starke Reo- BUSAtiilete

High ffridders divided give line," and It Is difficult Wayne Tetstone, Donald Loper, reatlon Department.Jack. .
their team and put on to pick out a most outstanding and Gray Flynn gives us depthIn .
a hard hitting Intrasouad game performance from the the running backs and endpositions. .Wilson Chevrolet of St.
last Thursday night when the group, because most did a pretty Stove Strickland and Augustine copped runner-up
Reds defeated the Whites 21- good Job. Although there Wayne Tetstone are catchingthe hon ores, finishing with a record -
18 to .end spring practice for were some that I was disappointed ball the way they need of five wins and two losses -
player this year. with.." said Hurse. to."We Graudon's Refrigeration of Junior Malachi Henry was
Instead of the usual Junior- Wayne Tetstone and Gray need to work at Improving Starke claimed the third place awarded the "Outstanding Ath-
Senior game Coach David Flynn were the most outstanding receiving this fall. trophy losing two games and .s lete of the Year" award last,
Horse split the team Into two receivers of the night, and The split ends and the backs winning four. week after a decision by the

about equal teams since only both ran their patterns well. need to work over the sum- The two Starke teams madea Winners of the annual Stark Invitational Slow Pitch Softball Tournament lest week was coaching staff at Bradford

five seniors are graduating. Both Eddie Hazen and Charlie mer," Hurse added. very good showing In the Cunningham tuff of' Keystone Heights. High School.

"Both teams moved the ball Green did a fine Job at Defensively, Wayne Lambus, tourney. These two teams were Tc receive the award an athlete -
From left, bottom row, are Johnny Criffls, Larry Brown, Calvin Varnos, Dwayne Hardoo,
fairly well against each other, the quarterback position Dennis Crawford, and Vernon the last two teams in the win- must have participated: In
said coach David Hurse. "It's nice to know that we have Barber did a pretty good Job, ner's bracket..When they met Ricky Bennett, Eddie Douglas, and Lloyd Gil pin. On top row are Lan Sibloy, Claud at least two sports-In a year.
"The defenses stunted a lot, good depth at the QB spot with the coach said. Billy Bigham in the finals of the winners Hard**, Johnny Brown, Tarry Hard**, sponsor Richard Cunningham Ken Carlton, David Henry was apartlclpantlnthree

not Insinuating that stunting the Improvement of Green," played a steady game at the bracket the Gulf team edged Bennett, Cordon Bal, and Fred Wheeler, Dwight Elder Is not shown. different sports football,basketball -
weakens the defense but we had said Hurst. corner back position along with Graudon's 9-8. and track.
strong and weak boys together Brad Carter and Vernon Bar- Wayne Tetstone and Malachl Tourney champion Cunningham and Fred Wheeler going 3-4 Beach to the losers bracket by batting going 3for3.the .
which is bound to leave a hole, ber did well at the fullback Henry. Gulf compiled 76 hits and at the plate. score of 14-7 outhltttrg As was expected the entries Henry was a starter In foot-
somewhere," said Hurse. position and there was good The only Inexperienced spoton scored 59 runs In the five In RIme number four for Vero 13-6. Once again It was to the tournament were pret-. ball and also a starter In bas
"This had a lot to do with running from Malachi Henry the perimeter Is at the mon- games played. Gulf met WaldoIn the tourney champs, Cunning- the Hardee Brother's hot bats ty everly matched.' ketball. He played outstanding
the offense moving the ball and Wayne Tetstone. ster position. Flynn and Tet their first game and sent ham met Graudon's of StarkeIn leading the way, each going "Almost any of the I losers defensive ball and was a first
so well," stated Hurse. Steve Strickland's 'knee In- stone did a pretty; good Job the. Waldo team to the losers the finals of the winners. 3-4. could have- been the champs line performer In track.He was
l "I was very pleased with Jury that sent him out of the but need work this fall, Hurse bracket in a convincing man- bracket. "This means these In the champs third game with a few breaks. With the a participant: In the broad Jump
r the performance of the often- game In the second quarterwas says. ner 181. The Gulf team outhlt were the only two teams In the Gulf team shut-out a real exception of the rainy weather and In the relays for Bradford
not serious, according to The ends have' played good Waldo 205. The Hardee Brothers the tourney left without a defeat good St. Augustine team 11- we feel It was one of our II Iilh.
Hurse. steady ball all spring. Brad Claude and Terry, led and the winner would be 0. Cunningham outhlt St. Aubetter tournaments and are Also high In comtentlon for

GM Club Stuart Strickland Levy Len- Carter, Terry Hayes and Randy the offense. Claude was 4-4. In the driver's seat," said Re- gustine 19-5 with Terry and looking forward to the Ninth the award was Vernon Barber,
non, Tim Clark, Greg Reddish Gasklns have done notable work Terry 3-4 at the plate. creation Director Gene Ray- Claude Hardee. Ken Carlton Annual next May," Rayburn a fine participant In the same

:Heads Steve Strickland, Billy Blgham. at the spot, Hurse concluded. Cunningham next sent Vero burn. wood Kitchens led his team says sports as Henry.
ToSavannah Cunningham scored their nine "Its a tough strain to be In
runs In the first four Innings three sports, and drains a lot
.. ., and then held on ''to win It 9-8. of time. It's also a hard strainon

.'' Graudon's had the tying run your studies but Malachi
'. \: on second base when the final KH DriersToBe keeps about a 3.5 grade aver-
"Green Machine"' will be 1 .iij'i out was recorded. It was the age, which speaks very high

traveling to Georgia for the only game Cunningham playedin M.Al i. .. of him," stated Coach David
Ninth Annual Savannah.. Invitational which they were outhlt. Grau- Nurse
SloW' Pitch Softball ... don's outhlt Cunningham 119. The trophy Is the Clyde

Tournament which will host 48 .. .; ; .....4 'r.:>. In the champ's fifth and final TerwIIlegar Award Initiated
ball clubs Saturday.The :' : game they edged 7-6 by St. Ironmen five years ago making Henrythe
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Green Machine will not 1' .. .. : W Augustine. Cunningham ,was, fifth reclpelent of the a-
play until Saturday at 1 p.m.but .,. .' + t. trailing 6-4 going Into the bow!bas .9DIIt1 uade1onm! 11.11 01 aloe aldl Afiw Inlld 3,, lrlVrtl ,IT ward. u ,
the tournament( Started Moni.v -, : > ;: '; _dw "< :' tom of the.seventh and plated. f Jl IIA. MMfta nhd' nit dlw Mark'' Graudon held the honor -'
day. > "-" s"rt : ; :. : :' ''' ; ..." three runs .'"> win It.. Larry Spring! football 'practice U Indian' Coach Roy Bayless, for the first two years
Acton"ifarti.for CM against, ,1St "\" ,.." Brown led oft with a single over for Keystone Heights High members of the team should be and Tim Murphy held It for
Rock Hill.' South Carolina, defending = ) and scored on Terry Hardee' School and according to the nicknamed "Ironmen" the upcoming the last two.
tourneychamplon. ;, \. .hwt: ;(, ,,) i;. i' ,, ',1''r"': : '' ., .\,"\{ : triple. Terry tied the game at ..81101IoCoach
This affair is sponsored by ; "d,"'",. ,}""','\'i'<"''''I'''':','i''',,,'.',1",1.,0, ": ,( ; .u.',\""\"';""1//<11'1.;;\ I ,, 6-all on a sacrifice fly by
the Savannah Umpire Association \1Mlf"j; ;) \" : ;:!." ''t;# !t't\''t'IMk' V;' :\" Claude Hardee. Bayless Is referring to
and the umpires will not ...',:; .',!'.'" )jJ.k n1\\"A'\'j'h; 'rI1:,',.,",,!, ;,:;''Irj l'YJ.lJj.l' Ken Carlton and Gordon Beal Indian the fact that only 18-19 men will StarkeGoH
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be paid until all bills of the : ,'" ,' ;"''Ii: J \' '. < '.tfiV m: & ,>iW.i : then had singles. David Bennettwas be dressing out for the games.

tourney are paid. Last year ....:.'\\.i: 10.. 1 ;;'\;'f.AJ.;.! th'1< 'i IEIIIVarsity \ ; Intentionally walked to load Barring any transfer players GoUnder

the umpires received about 20 ... ,''I,..;1/./, .t!''Ni, t ,N., / "'", ;\ the bases. Eddie Douglas then between now, and September,
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cents a game compared to. their ./.' ':,', \ ," :. I' /,,; ," r slapped a single, scoring Carl- CagersDrilling Bayless says that many of his
usual $5 per game. ::1. '\' ; ton with the winning run and players will be going both ways, WayMarke's

This is the biggest and':old-, '' the championship. playing offense and defense,

esttourney, In Georgia and ... I: Terry Hardee was 4for4to thus acquiring the suitable name.
Golf and Country club
In Its ninth lead the Gulf team. Ricky of "Ironmanb"in
year. .'
will host Its annual club Champ-
Bennett 3-for-3.
The Green Machine will pro In the For Fall wrapping up Spring prac- ionship Golf Tournament, until
runner-up position
bably be rated the one or two St. Augustine swept by tice Coach Bayless reports that June 24 after opening last
positions since GM has beaten
the biggest: "plus" for the team
the defending champions once, quaterback Eddie Hasen goes up the middle for substantial gain In the annual Gainesville 16-11. went 19-14 Is Its determination and desire Monday.

this year. spring scrimag game lost Thursday night. forfet over Ormond from Beach Palatka, got,edged 7-0 It may ..em'llke a long way for a winning season. Eleven flights are set for
Trophies for the total game off, but high school basketballIs the
games 11-10 by Ward's of Ormond "The backfield looking good the affair and a pro pairs
about $3,000 at the standard right around the corner and fllvhu .
Beach In 12 Innings, and won However, t the line has got to get
market price but the association 17-9 over Graudon's. St. Augustine's Spring drills at Keystone In there and get with It too of the country club

buys them at wholesale.J' two losses came at Heights High School began ear If we're going to win games," will have until Saturday, June
Police New Leader the hands of Cunningham Gulf. lier this week and will last Bayless says.Helping 10, to play their first match
Graudon' Refrigeration until the end of school, next and are asked to contact the
made a good showing losing week. !the "Ironmen" country club to see who they
only to the first and second Emphasizing fundamentals shape-up this summer for the are paired to play.
place finishers. during Spring drills, Coach 1972 season will be a weightlifting
Of Bantam Baseball Graudon's edged Gainesville Lyndel Kirtley has high hopes program two nights Defending champion Is Bill

11-10 In their first me getting for a winning 1972-73 season a weeK .i me school gym flay Adams who has won the title
15 hits, led by Bill Adams He has eight returning letter- less has high hopes the weight for the last three years. Last
3-for-4. In their second game men, Including! the.tartlngOve, program will increase the year Bleb Bishop wa. a chose
Standings In the Bantam Boys In Bantam play Wednesday May Police made It 2-0 in the Graudon's outhlt Sanford 15-7 from last year's team thatpos- fighting Indians' "mu.cle'and contender for the title and Is
Baseball League underwent 24.The fourth Inning. Rand y Corbin to win 20-5. Bill Adams was ted 6 wins In 25 games. help them put on much need- also a three time winner a-
some changes with the playing win putSouthern DiscountIn Drew a walk and then scoredon 4-for-4, Tommy Clark 3forGraudon's Heading! the list of returning ed additional.weight. long with Clyde TerwIIlegar.
or tne last tnree games.Previous first place and left Police and 4. lettermen is 5-11 Hobby Humor,
Coca Cola Coke tied'for second. ScoreIn throwing errors. Discount gained the finalsof recently voted last season's
leader week this game was 0-0 until the loaded the bases twice but was the winners bracket In their' "Most Valuable Player" Hur-
dropped two games last unable to get but the one run. third game by shutting out Or- ner averaged 17 points and 10 And Koch
while the new leader, Police fourth when Coke plated seven Colonial
Police had only three hits to rebounds last
Southern to lead 70. mond Ward' 5-0, the winners a game year asa I
Department, won two. runs
the five for Discount. Greg Junior.
virtue of getting 10 hits, the losers only
I Discount, by Going Into the bottom of the Watidns, Dinky Kllby and David two. Graudon's was then sent Lewis Perry, a 6-4 center
moved to Lead
whipping Coke, had to sixth Coke led 8-2 and things Harley had Police hits. to the losers bracket by Cunningham and last year's second lading Ladies PlayThe
frst before dropping one
Police. Discount also had a looked dark for Police However For Discount Jerry Blalock, 98. Graudon's outhlt scorer, also returns as .,
Police proceeded to was 2-for-3 while Wade Winkler Cunningham 11-9 with does 6-5 forward Jay Ellis
game rained out which could second half of the Wo five Innings by Blalock's. However -
score seven runs to win the Randy Edmondson and Bill Mercer going 3-for-3and Tom- one of the most improved players -
Colonial allowed Blalockts
,,have an affect on the stand men's League opened play -
game 98. Mark Griffith delivered Lundy had one hit each. my Clark going 3-for-4. says Bayless. 23 with first only a single
Tuesday May tally
!ni.. so
Wade Winkler went all the Todd Brannon 5-10
a two out bases load- Graudons was eliminated guard; half champ Koch's starting off going Into the final Inning of
RESULTS OF GAMES PLAYED ed single to drive home the way for Discount and pitched from the tourney by St. Augustine Tony Burke, 6-3 forward; Lar- with winning ways.. play the score was 41. But
SOUTHERN DISCOUNT 8 winning run. well enough to win. Dinky 1<11- 179. Graudon's had 16 ry Turknett, 5-10 guard; Bobby then came the big liming for
Each team had seven base by hurled for the winners and hits to the winners 21. Lyn- Grayson 6-2 forward Koch's had no difficulty, whipping Colonial and the
COKE guaand consequently
hits. Dinky Kllby led Police gained credit for the win. Kll Robbln Henderson 5-10 Barrett's 18-0 In five Inn-
Coke went Into Its record Tuesday.of, with two hits. Greg Watidns. by was relieved by Watkins In CTVTTANS: LEADJR. will all be counted on heavily !ni.. The winners had 14-baIB game.;!
May 23 game with a that Mike Kitchens, Randy Corbin, the sixth. BOYS LOOP ," Bayless said. Brannon hits with Carolyn Redding load.Ing Blalock's had scoring opportunities
2-0 but discount spoiled Jeffery Norman and Mark Griffith STANDINGS: Police 3-2:Coke was awarded "Mister Hustle"and the way going 3-for-4. Gloria In every Inning,lea
record by winning Discount 8-5. shareof each had one hit. and Discount 2-2; BPO 1-2. Uvltans.: undefeated after two Burke "Most Improved"at Crews, Terri Woods and ving 12 runners on base as
The win gave a SCHEDULE! Friday June 2- games, led the Junior Boy. the recent sports banquet. Vicky .Henry each had two hits. poor base running killed the
first place. For Coca Cola Dean Brown
5:30: Police vs BPOE; 7 pjn. Softball League going Into the Rounding out the roster are effort.

Discount plated five of their .was tops two with hits two each hits.were Collecting Stu- So. Discount vs Coke, Mon. second week of play, and looksas four players up from la.tyeare. kins Olivia had Harper Barrett's ana Ian, Ad-two colonial outhlt Blalock'tonly
In the second Inning. June 5 p.m. Coke vs Police It only 15-13 but made them count with
eight runs Rayburn Jack Prevatt, Mike though will be the teamto JV squad who will be hits. Barrett's has yet to win
Tue. June 6-6 Discount .
Coke Pitchers Stu Rayburn andRichard p.m. beat. help of Blalock errors Diane
Nettles, Augle Fox and Bruce counted on heavily to provide a game but has shown Impronment.
Hall only five vs BPOE. The Clvltans Jordan and Barbara Holllngsworth
gave up were scheduledto valuable reserve strength.They In early Barrett'. -
.Wolfred. games
,Ida but Issued 12 base ,on balls' meet Branding Iron Tuesday are Dave Stanley. David Than was getting beat In two or led Colonial each
and had very little defensive, POLICE 2DISCOUNT PIGTAIL SOFTBALL LEAGUE night May 30, and the Jaycees her Mike Jowers and Andy three Innings by virtue of the going Wor4SandI Registerand
support. were to take on Mr. Otto's. Fraser Gall Branson each had two
1 The 20 run rule but has been able
Recreation Deparunentisnow
The Discount boys performed Police Department won Its between In the later games to force hits.Bette
and received good registering girls
defensively third In a row edging the to at least five Reddish and Pam Macy
game game
from Harley Ingle and the ages of 10 and 13 for thePigtail JR. BOYS RESULTS Andrews Leads
Southern Discount 2-1 and Innings. "One has to give t the led Blalock's, going 3-for-4.
Roger Mitzel. Softball League. WED., MAY 24 Watson had two hits.
moving Into sole possessionof Barrett team credit for tryIng Jency
Matachl Henry breaks! Discount's five tilts were The Jaycees pounded out 20 "
loose from the bunch and recorded by Wade Winkler, first place In Bantam baseball To be eligible she must reach base hits In downing Forsyth Small LeagueWith says Recreation Director Games scheduled for Thursday -
Keith Kelly play Monday, May 29. her 10th birthday by June 1, ..Gene.Rayburn,, .tipbecause
runt to the five yard lino.Ho Randy Edmondson. Plumbing 22-12 Wed., May 24. May tat wore
scored 'the next1P'oy. Bpi Lundy and Jerry. Bla The loss dislodged Discount sad must not be 14 by June The Jaycees didn't take long In the second game Colonial of grounds.
on lock. Coke's four hits were from first and dropped them ]. to determine who was going Just one) game remain Florist and Blalock' Meat
scored by Mike Nettles Q\ SteRayburn into a second place tie with Registration Is being held at to win as they scored 15 runs leads be played Andrews Drugs Market provided fans with aa
". and Jackson Prevatt. Coke. the Pratt Street Center each in the bottom of the first InnIng t the Snail Fry Softball exciting: : contest.. for six InnIngs. STANDINGSKoch.. A Colonial -
'' One of Nettles hits was Ms Both Police runs were unearned afternoon, Monday Friday to lead 154. Jim Cissy. League with a 7-2 record 1- 1-0; Blalock Benett'a0h
fifth homer. the first coming In the 230.6 Greg Hulsey, Tom Miller, and 1/2 games ahead of Kentucky Norman's yet to play.
Arnold Palmer Is in a close Initial Innuw. Robert Edmond : pjn.Practice Tom Reddish had three hits Fried Chicken n 431. But In the seventh Colonial SCHEDULE. Thurs. June I
POLICE son drew a walk, advanced to sessions will begin each. Tom Reddish and Ken On Thursday, May 25, Andrews plated eight runs to turn a 7:30. Colonial Florist vs Barrettl'l
race with Jack Nicklsus for COKES second on KUby's hit. Robert Wednesday, June 7, 3:30: Fuqua had home runs for tirowinner. Drug squeezed by First close game Into a rout. The ; t pjn. Koch' vs Nor-
the all-time moneywinningUU Police Dept won Its second p.m., at the Pratt Street Field. .. Federal 17-18, while Community Florist team scored four runs) man's; Tues., June 67:30,
third base and
I'* .. _j' will be some 'consecutive. game and at the safe then stole an error. He then stole was Sessions will be held each Wednesday Don Wheeler led the losers Bank won their second.... m the top of the first mad then Blalock's vs Norman's; 9 p.m.
same time pinned the second and Thursday. with throe hit*. ken. were shut; out over the .next Colonial vs Koch's.
.. played. consecutive loss on Coca Cola )homo with an error being com
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uY High Winds .p (From" ) OP -.,,IT- WE DON'T HAVE'offi ttwWM .ADDING)........MACKINBme ; ........ aOloUL Ra.pI: >
AttorneyEyes sl tt for 7Mo' I
Swplles. rvnMmr, E al lp. flee ..UPP10..The TcnvfcVhOMMUHMM.
Others were broken off at'various bile homes, I ....... Bradford Cewttr .
heights and yet other. eral resl< Telegraph.
were uprooted. spread
"That really must be a scary small .HIMI -- -......
few seconds," says Tommy House
Reames of his younger bro Rain

ther's Tommy experience Reames pointed to

one still standing tree, somehow An Orange Park attorney He .Is against school busing NOTIcECity ;
undamaged, that would have great force, William R. Hestr, Jr., 34, school children "for the sake
fallen on top of the bedroom In the mobile has announced he will seek of integration"
where Curtis' two sons slept no one. the new District 23 Florida
had It gone down. SR-IOO house seat open for grabs since: "I take a hard line in my
Many trees not broken were of Starke was Incumbent Rep. Gene Shaw, D. approach to law and order" Hall Wille CdOn
literally cracked by the twisting hours. Starke, will not run. Hester said. "Laws are made
force of the high winds. The New Hester Joins Bradford.Civil for everybody, not Just the

It Is the fourth mobile home corded 5.5 Defense Director Frank Williams few." Satunlays Alia
that has been heavily damaged! ing the week, and four others who Hester promises to treat District ,
in recent months In the Keystone amount reportedly are campaigning for 23 as a problem In Itself -
area by high winds. heavy rains the District 25 seat composed and not act on a county;
: Similar rain and winds last The Louis of Bradford, Clay, and the ba. I. "We'd better. It's district ..ginning June 3 1972Fcr
tey recorded northern half of ,
March 28 In the Hampton and St. Johns wide election.
Keystone area caused an estimated during the Counties. Married to the former Emily
$100,000 damage to mo- fell Simmons of Gainesville, Hester -
Hester is a member of the
of the Pine Tree Inn Sr-
on has twin daughters, Stacy
." .............................. a Bradford Improvement A. law firm of Hester He and h ad- and Stephanie, two-years-old.'
Chamber of Commerce BIP ley of Orange Park. represents Natural l
; the City of Orange Parkas Said to be campalgningforthe G8S Service

WE' ARE (PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE has replaced an old build- legal counsel and has several District 23 seat, In addition
i building. Mrs. Oa Weeks ac years experience with the to Hester and Williams, are
i I Florida Legislature as legal three Clay County men:Charles WI 964-54O
: JOHN PAPAS counsel doing research and F. Barco, Just moving; Into Clay
in an advisory capacity. In 1971 County; from Jacksonville; Ray
Hester represented the Duval Bradley, a barber In Orange\
: i County legislative delegation.He Park, and Rev. Tom Ryan, a
329 West Center StreetS
a Methodist minister who is the
( Page 1)) worked In 1969 with Dean developer of Lake Asbury at .
Starke, Florida Frank E. Maloney of the University Doctor's Inlet. In addition, a .o..: .p ><<<
of Florida Law Schoolin St. Johns County man,. Bill
In ceremonies last week for revamping state agencies. Lockhart, Is said to be seekIng f{j REGULATIONSCrosby .1f}
i ASSOCIATED. WITH OUR being In the top 10 per cent Hester holds a Bachelor of the office.Lockhart has been :
i with grade point averages and Science in Industrial engineering employed as an aide to State lr
S AT WALDO FLORIDA scoring highest on the senior and wnrkmt nt Hndnnn Pull Senatur Bob Saunders, De- :.:.:..: Lake Memorial Park x>: :
: ,
placement test. They Bonnie before
are and Paper Co. In Palstka Gainesville.
i Trlsler Becky Jackson, entering law school. His June 'W 1:: (Cemetery) Y.1

: Beverly Crowell. Judy Young, Doctor degree! is from the.UF.

: W. B. MONROE, SS i Lee Hardenbrook, Stella ostello, Jimmy, Ralph Andrews Math 'Points ,r'.m:::r Starke, Florida M. :

Yaggle, Herbert Green, Linda :::: Price of a single grave space $125 (Includes ,j
Powell, Joe Scanlon, Terry r:::;:+ annual care). ':}
TAX CONSULTANT( Brown, and Janice Parsons. Buy Items :i:::
:: :
::' : :
: Judy Young was honored for ::::#:: A Burial Permit must be obtained before making ..r::
earning straight A's for every For StudentsMiddle t*::::::; an Interment In Crosby Lake Memorial Park. Fee ;:::
: PHONE 468-1324 i six weeks this school term, f.:i{, for permit Is $10, payable in advance of Interment. :::::
the only senior to do so. ( I
i i i.i. Academic awards went to P'vY School math students ..q H: No copings, headstones, shrubbery, or trees will ?
WALDO. FLORIDA Mike Oliver, agriculture; Shi started their school year receiving ::::::? bo permitted In Blocks N. 0, P, Q, R, S, and T ::
Ann Anderson, art; Richard "Math dollars" for 2:;::::S: of Crosby Lake Memorial Park.. >::::

.............................. ; Kirkland busines.band; Becky Jackson good work In mathematics .and y i11 y; ;.
education;Cleveland were given the chance last week Use of copings In other areas Is discouraged but ;;:
Simmons, chorus, Dennis to auction off points gained for :}:: :? If used, must be not over- one Inch above surface fi1
Rhoden, DCT; Joe Scanlon, debate prizes f::?::: of the ground. New plantings of large shrubbery @ ; Pearl Wolf red,drill team; The project was ::: and trees will not be permitted In any area of the ;:
Sharon Elland, driver education Mrs. Peggy Stanwl x HayBlast,. :+:;) cemetery. '" 11
; Beverly Crowell, English summer In graduate school at @
; Norma Lou Redding,home the University; of Florida and > :* No wooden outside burial receptacles will be per- ;,,:i5
ecomonlcs; Lee Hardenbrook, was adopted for use In the <:::s f mUted In any area of Crosby Lake Memorial Park. :
Business mathematics; Lee Harden. Math Department at BMS. i;i Concrete or steel vaults are permlssable. tH
brook, science; Esther Romer- It Is believed by the teachers -
o, social studies; Dottle Underhill that once tudents! were All purchases of lots will l be on a cash basis, but rI
speech and drama; motivated to give It a try n In ;) terms may be arranged In special cases. t; i
AUTO SALES GARDEN Jimmy Andrews athlete scholar math they would soon realize ....(
and Judy Young, Spanish William R. exactly what they could ac- I.1 The right Is reserved i;, "* "wake Cemetery :j::
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Hester complish. Rewards of dollars Association to enter upon any and all lots for the :::+:3

Johnson& : Lee Hardenbrook son of Mr. 99 AttorneyA and_the_knowledge"points" purpose of care, maintenance, and beautification yfA ::j.::
OLDSMOBILE : and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook of could be spent within-the ??'r ;
SALES A: SERVICE SEEDS Starke, will receive special recognition native of Alachua school for trips or valued I 1- INclt
tems .
reinforced their
at commencement for Hester efforts ,
Fine Selection of Used Can has practiced law for
Taken On Cadillac Trade In\eetleld s 1972'S being a national merit scholar. three years. It Is the first Soon the students realized how : Stork., Flo. ::

2001 N.W. 13th Ph.'na.uol<1! five Attendance seniors. awards Class President went to tive time office.he will< have sought elec- were capable The says project Mrs math Stanwlx-Hay they( really, f: :ljimm.:.;.n :;:.n.nn m: m::;,.fj:1j...:.:.:...:.:..:.jj.::.n.j:::..:.:.::1;..1j.t.:: :,:m:1.:.::. .::.:.:......:.w.:: ..r...:.,.....::.:.:....:.:.::.&v.m-mt m
We Real Jimmy Andrews topped that category Hester descr'bed himself as greatly Improved
Barkley Motors, IncTOYOTA ., 124 N.W. SUi with his'perfect attendance "relatively conservative as student- .self concepts
In four years of high! opposed to being a liberal and made math classes for
school. Four other seniors had He says" he Is concerned about most, a truly fun learning ex-
GLASS perfect attendance In their senior education "We're going very perience. Pine Valley Congregational
4 wheel drive and cars year' they are Bernard very slow. Over 500 Items 'were accumulated -
Sale. Parse, Service Brown, (Cindy! Chesser. Nancy through donations of
Clean Vied Toyota Lynn crews, and Judy Young. BANTAM BASEBALL Starke merchants. Large Items
"A better understanding of selling for "big money" Included Holiness Church '
1700 N. Main S78-128A one's self leads to a better Volt basketballs, foot- i'i I
Glass understanding of your fellow BPOE found the winning formula balls and baseball
located off 301 Down Gravel Road By
Beauty Academy' man" Is the motto of the Class Tuesday May 9 as they bat; baseballs, Softballs, transistor -
.'CI... fr of 1972. Class colors are Royal handed Coca Cola their second: radios, toss plows,Da- Bradford Furniture Corp. Starke Fla.
POWELL'S Store Pronto Blue and Gold. Class flower loss In eight games, 8-7. vid Cassidy Donnle Osmond
BeautyAcademy a Tub Is red roses and golden spider The win was the third straightfor and Jackson Five posters a Saturday Night
S Furniture mums. The class song Is"You the Elk's team Timex boys watch and a Bulovs -
placed 've Got A Friend" Coke plated six runs before girls watch donated
Learn a Proton In YourSpo.re BPOE could score. In the Williams Jewelry of Starke
Time. Put Part Time ,
or NEW third Inning Coke pitchers !
a color portrait 3 7:30
sitting dona-
219>> NW. 10th 378-2788 walked 12 batters which led :
lUll Bo. \ Firemen to their downfall. .ted by Danny's Photography) ,
f ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC Going Into the bottom half a $3 gift certificate from Lella' -
372-8191 ; (From of the final Inning with the j Bang Lenshirtawerepw.-
I Page 1)) score knotted 7 all, Ricky Ed- chased Lby the department ana
mondson led off with a single. Hang Ten socks were donated
Motor Repair Co. (: times over, he points out. A An error and a walk loaded by mtrnMtranda'lrl's wallet
Of Gainesville. lad. IAalAND manned station can have a truck the bases before Max Wllilford FEATURING
;; rolling In 30 seconds, and the delivered a blast to center field "Parents have even called 4
Repairing RewindingNew ? ;: 2 1/2 minute deference can be to score the winning run. the school asking when the DAVID EDDINGS .
and Used ,0. -..- vital Green cays. Coke outhlt the winners 6-3 auction will be,"saId one :
; :
: ; Green with Jackson Prevatt teacher. AND
2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 37W31 Ideally, points out, and Dean
; Bradford County should donate Brown going two-for-three. .
MOVERS ; : ; funds to enlarge the City of Along with WinWord's timely GOSPEL SINGA O TilE GOSPEL REVELATORS
Starke Fire Department.A third hit, Donnle Crlbbs made a From, Jacksonville Fla.
gospel sing Is scheduledat ,
i1 1 ?,
; truck should be provided and ad- big contribution with a two run
Long Distance Moving _. dlonal men to allow the clfiy lie- homer. Pine Valley Congregational
Slornxe racking It partmen to send a struck and Robert Evans went all the Holiness Church this Satur-
Crating Shipping =! two men out of town and still way on the mound for the wIn- day night, June 3, at 7:30: p.m. ,
free Umats Can have the station manned Incaseof ners. Bruce Woifred Stu Ray- Featured performers will be
'! a Ore Inside< the burn, and Richard Hall each David Eddings and The Gospel
MUSIC. In a three man unit, Green pitched two Innings for the losers Revelators of Jacksonville.
suggests, one man could stay Everyone Is Invited. The
at the church Is located north of Starkeoff Everyone Invited
BALD city station until volunteers On April 15 Coke opened the US-301 down the .
arrived to reinforce season with a 15-3 trouncing gravel road
the by Bradford Furniture
unit. Corp.
of Police. One
month later
on .
; Such an operation would cost: May 15 Coke and Police opened ..
Van Service, Inc. CHOICE OF the county $15,000 to $20,000 second half play and the result --
the first year and $10,000 to
was not much differentas ,
3544 N.E. W.Wo R4. O'vDIe $12,000 each year after. Coke put it on Police 13- A 1
m-cm Green said such a joint city- 6. .: :; A BIG
county operation would provide Coke sent batten to the .' A
AUTO SALfcS: SERVICE county; residents within a four plate in the third Inning and :; r

BLOUNT PONTIAC ..6t'vllle ( I mile radius of the fire station scored 10 of them to put the '
with effective fire protection. game on ice. Big hit of the i ( ;
(GMS, INC.(; Farm and Firemen should be able to reacha Inning was a bases loaded dou d
fire within five or six minutes ble. Coke had seven hits to II 14 i
Equipment ,.hjisaJ| for
county resi also had the advantage of eight!
dents further would diminish walks and two critical errors.
Santa ''Fe with each additional mile of Mike Nettles had two hits for
distance from t the fire house, Coke while Jack Prevatt, Rich '
Factory Authorised : Green says, but he seen no ard Hall, Dean Brown, Jimmy : NATURAL COLOR t tt
Pontiac effective way to prevent that Harper and Pat Mundorff had '

Sal..-Parts-S.rvl.. Farm Tractors since full protection for the a hit each. Nettles and Pre- I
entire county; Is prevented by .watt each hit home rums Greg
210 N. MainGainetville I USED : c .tI. Watkins and Dinky Kilby each PORTRAIT t tt

Fla. had two hits for Police
while t ..
But In
372-2583 'I SALES: prove effective such: distant fires the single hits were recorded by fir..' LY' LIMIT
getting to a
4488 N. W. 6th blaze In time to save surrounding Robert Edmondson and Jeff t tt

'I itAILERS1I buildings Norman. t ., ,, ONLY uvs
County Bruce Woifred, Stu Rayburn. $1992 4
MOBIL ...-.. years ; have prevented In three and Richard Hall once againshared t

I.r'. ,'. .. reaching many surrounding Ore mound duties, while for tXTRA
Police Dinky Kllby went all t PER PERSON
'fia fasfllr. & s. ,. r buildings reaching, many Green surrounding. the way. PLUS SO CENTS HANDLING CHARGE
says sv n
I ... Authorized t
> the' building where the Robert EV8M
ass was the winning
2920 N. E. Waldo Rd. "* .. .* started burned. BPOE pitcher t MI., JDMI W A.M. 6 PJH.
C ln..vl|] 376-OdDl Sl.gl.r H*.tln First rule of effective fIl' Schedule ,

itioning Equip. .fighting, the volunteer ,chief Friday May 19- 5:30: ,
p.m. .
tai,*.-torviNntal. .( within AYI,. I. to contain the ..fire'the Coke vs BPOE, 7 pjn.. DIaj j t. MALLARDS 5 & K> ,
ftMitaii' n low t 14.30 per soy building in which It count vs Police. .
Hiieiw' In.taI' -Comel.t.R i
started As
... val. 5..rvl.apt.. long as that Is Monday, May 22-5 pjn.
F.f All MakiiPronclllMd 1630. .. done, anyone would find It dif- BPOE vs POLICE.Tuwday. t t4IIII
.,...., '.ft. 4300 N.W. 6th St. ficult to criticize a fire de- May 23 5 j L 113 E. CALL STREET
.,. pjn.. I
tr ir .
| partm nt.
kt': .:.:,.:: ( Coke vs Discount. i """

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Hiram Joseph Bennett Michael Kersey

'.,. .R CL 0 ASS'H'_ .1 I L G ,'H. r:HONORSLeft Lolnel Richard Adraln Allen Blake Bennett Calvin Michael KIrkland King

Joseph Branson Glenn Richard Kirkland

";, Ricky Maurice Lee
Mildred Anderson .+ Bernard Brown

' SMann AndersonSherrlll >; .,} Larry Charles Brown Wallace Lee
w,, '"" Brown Glen Leggett
Austin l; r Manly
tt'+ Hobert Blake Lewellen
Cheryl Baldree ""? Terrance Brown

Joyce; Boltoo "+ 4 Michael Bryan Danny Luke

Deborah Casey ,, ,, '. ,' t Lloyd Stephen Clark Joseph Farelon McClellan
,, r s '' David McCleimhan
Cindy Chesser Allen Dale Clemens
' Dona Christopher n to ,, yy ,v I r r' Dennis CohensCherylatw Russell McCray
Combs t r ? r Steven Contois (Con't. on next p.gel)
Patricia Corbett a '4 k rr Holland Corbltt ,
Robin Corbett Richard Crews

Stella Costella ',' to right: Bonnie Trislcr, Becky Jackson, Beverly Michael Curtis i I
Crowell, Judy Young, Lee Ilardcnbrook.
Sherry Cowart : Gerald Ray Dougherty; l

Comb Creamer rA Jerry Arnold Dyal 1

Alice Crews + Roger Eunice /, :

Nancy Crews. A Alvin FayeonBeverlyCrowep + ,,

t er r + Don Frees I
Vesta DellAnnette Gregory Gay

DeSue James Gladieux
.Emelene DeSue ,pr' ;,x; Kent Graudon
Mary Helen DeSue "+ p ; t Herbert Green uiIdaNe

Teresa Durden a t" y AlfredGrimnCornelius

Linda Pamela Edwards Durrance T1 t &t Craig Grids Crlffln World r I d

Ronnie Gunter Make of it what you
Patsy Edwards will... and may weSharoaElland
.' : Donald Lee Hardenbrook with
help you building
Sharleen Ellington 1''i ... ''i{, .. Lett to right: Jimmy Andrews, Stella Costello: RalphYaggie James Michael Henderson supplies.
I Herbert Green; Linda Powell. Raymond Hendrieth JACKSON
Donna Kay, Epps I
Don May Frazier Michael David Algiers George Barton
Elizabeth Harvey Jonell McGee Janice Stance
Dorothy JanIne Gay George Edward Allen Lawrence William Batten Randall HodgesCleo SUPPLY

Gerladlne Hendrlettt Velma.. Mitchell.... .. Priscllla. .Starling. Johnson. .
Rebecca Sue Goolsby;' ..,, ; \ : '.JJmmyJoeAndrews, Joseph Bedford. .. -- ,
.r. Henry Patrlcta Myers Darlene Stephens _
Bobby Kelly
Katharine Green l James Carl Armstrong Greg
Joan Hinson shells Norman. Beve'rty StruniMildred Bement. CENTEH
Gloria Jean Griffin '..- William Atwood Donald Keith Bennett Dennis Kelly
Betay Jackson ,Perkins e.
Donna MorrisBrenda .
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Brenda Sue CrUfls
Denise Jackson O'Steen Janel Titus,.
Joan Marlene GrifOs 1
Bonnie Trisler
Margret Rebecca Jackson
Rose O'Steen
Deborah. Kay Gunter I WHAT
Sylvia Jackson Doris Overstreet Janet Kay Turner t
Alice Marie Gurthle I
'Jenele.Jone. Janice Parsons Dottte Sue Und rhUl LIES AHEAD?
Helen Hall t
Sharon Lamb Arbutus Pearsall Carldad Vigil
June Seleeta Hall
Linda Leggette Shirley Pete Mary Ellen Wager t .
Sharon. Hankerson Carmen Lester Pauline Peterson Ruth Elaine Wainwright t 'f
Julie Harper : I
Jane Long Linda Powell Deborah Walker ;/ Y ; "
t.Helen t. 'Iy '.; ,.
Norma Prevatt Gayle WhItehead It ( I i +' tI ; '
f Gall Randolph Toni WhItt y p h'' "' y+ ; It'llll t

QUm. Norma Lou Redding Linda Wllkerson t 1' I! ::.j ,S y rfa ( I'I'U

1/ Gloria Rhoden Gloria Williams qt 1 q ,

Carol Richards Marilyn Williams : t
A Esther Romero Pearle Wolfred t "rXN lr f r '9 :

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/4 Mildred Delores Sapp Judith Young lltj'i ( t

Ruthell Smith Linda Young ;
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Graduation marks your entry into the world of '
-, men..a world that needs leadership. ; t
On goal>uu hat'.nrnthud today: '\If(
GrYdaatlun.ItI.aetgndhonor! "1 "'" ,"? .. t world that needs knowledge a world that ;.

for fin"art. icht\tm S.nlur..a! rocognltlonof xrd ap,;;''r needs you. Whatever your plans 1 for the ; .''

What\r fault you h..\. Mt for future, we wish you success. ) .,. .. i t
>ounI\M, Smlon, your accomplUhnwnt iJt };y 4-.; I.
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In th* |past point the "..
way to iuccM In th.future. ',..,:-
W* congratulate th* Stnlora i.,.]1 ''i.'t t
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today and look forward to congratulating OF CONGRATULATIONS t ,t; r
them again and ........... ,.
FOR EACH OF YOU.TasteeFreez &8
'again a* they reach other goal ,
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Randall Clay McGovern 1

James McKenzie
Lester Mitchell I 'r '

Roy Morgan i + : + G; '
Cleveland Morris Left to right: Victoria, Henry Rather: Romero. Joan !!
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Hembrick Morris 4 Terry Brown.Mlhael .

James William MulIIsMichael 4 a Your

Oliver i.l i horizon
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Seville Thomas Outlaw!
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Mark Terrell Patray
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Michael Reed I

Dennis RhodenRichard ,
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Gerald Rosier pr+'+ t.efl lu right|( : Dori.s Uvcrsirect, (Roger Eunice, Mike i
ttliite, Joe Scanlon. ,
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Joseph Scanlan nrt 7 rc rd, t ,

Mark SharpCleveland Volley Starling

Simmons 6 Grocery
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Bobby eeSyarks >
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K> : Nancy Kay\ Epps ThehnaMillhull. : HELLO
Douglas Sullivan '. Norma Rrdtling, MilJicJ Dolores Sapp (Phntu! ll llNot .
atailablu. ) (Donna Norris, Janice Slancil, I,far,,line
David TetstoneWesly Stephens,

Keith Thomas r /
James Michael' Tomllnson
Scott Whltehead TO DAYS j' res o I
Richard Paul Tomllnson S 5 & 10
Frank Whltenack
GRXDS. NewHorizons ji1I
Paul Richard Torodo to Our wish
Bernard Williams is that

r Norman Traylor.,!**.. i.T* "JamesWilliamsDonald .. Just a little note from! .. ., ... I 4 happiness
David wainwright '* I ... .'TO..! ,; ; r? I& allot. f u4,! to-all the Gro1L'r \ :j .1., : ''-11M' ; tL Ipradjuatianoayj>v IT 1*"" s ," rpl I I and success

.. Wise... I f .J.. *: If .... -, t' ; attend you
Kenneth Wayne Waluwrfgh1' Charles Wright 1. j It' .A Ie 'I _,,,, .. f' I :. 'marlts the r I I always.

James Patrick Watts :--... 'fII'I( fulfillment
Ralph Yaggle ;
Kris Welsslnger r of years of
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Seniors. We'rc'J' "

proud to extend our

r 1 best wishes to them on I 1 r

Best this special occasion.BlaSak's .

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EDUCATEDYOUTH.' Meat Market Shuford
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WILL, BE WATCHING Phone 964-6725 731 North Lake St.
YOUR FUTURE I Stork, Fla. 32091

AMERICA, IS .' ACHIEVEMENTS. I r........................ .....................................!

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Today, more than ever be Hammonds Discount House =i ;{' i

fore, our country needs Its HWY 301 Norih'Stork i .
11111 111111 youth. We need youth's : ;; :

11111 111111 inquiring mind youth's : :
11111 I1IIl unquenchable desire to ex- : rp{ :
IllIllIllu cell.. There b a better best : "' :
our _
tomorrow for our nation : :
only it there b vitality in : a a I

our youth today. .. r""
The new Graduates personify (I. t'' [I o ,,.. I :: ::
these ideals to a high
defree. We are sincerely 00 I 0 :. ; :.
proud of each of them. : r :
They have proven themselves I: / -s i:
to be eater for ...for a job ,r---- : :
tomorrow...and ready for ) a u p .
well done.
whatever row brings.We challenie. tomor r r p I _

salute the new Seniors 0 i wig l -. _
and art proud to offer to _.__ .:
., .. 1 1972 I I .
----- them' our heartiest wishes
for continued success and i W& RE -r ROUt> OF you :

happiness. : -

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A HAPPY AND SAFE JOURNEY ; You deserve a bright future... .

/, TO A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE... i congratulations... and perhaps :

Cooper's Nursery And Landscaping 1fi',1iD! ACIIt i some tomorrow we may help you ':1.

2111 North Tempi I Av. ti\\ ""' '''' : plan a home In our community. :
J. E. Hardy : '

Stark, Fla. Auto Sales Starke 66 Service i CROWN BUILDERS ,.i

Stark., Fla. BILL EDWARDS PHONE 9648337CLASS .J.Je.

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Canvas Creates the Right Moodswimming Graduation r..wrw rw ProgramMaster SENIORS

pool over the ings make canvas last Of Ceremonies. . ... Jimmy Andrews
patio versatile canvas longer, keep Its color and re- Class President
creates exactly the right sist soil. And what clear and
mood. true colors: from the sophisticated
Canvas it traditional solid white that I so
yet so contemporary so : so sturdy popular this season to bold "Pomp & Circumstance" . . BUS Band i
yet so stylish. That's the shades of royal blue and pea-
charm of decorating with this cock green or the warmer 4- .
distinctive cotton fabric ranges of hot orange pale Invocation . . . Rev. Norman Redding/
anything goes! pink, and lemon yellow. Chaplain Florida State Prison e
Because of its firm body As for canvas patterns, you
wide color range and unique name it and your awning
design flexibility, canvas can dealer can get it for you. Welcome Address '. . . Rebecca JacksonSalutatorian
be adapted to suit the most festive stripes that give 4;
exacting need the roost fastidious a flair or narrow
taste. multi-colored ribbon stripes.
Attach a side curtain to How about rich solids that '
hooks around the edge of a lend a note of elegance Class Song/{ . . . . Don Hardy Trio
big beach umbrella and you or crisp checks and plaids for I .
have a portable canvas ca that jaunty look? . ,lion. Hans Tanzler
bana. Detach the curtain andit Position an old iron bed- Speaker . . .
doubles as a sunning mat. stead on the terrace. Place Mayor City Of Jacksonville nWILLIAMS
Pastel-tinted canvas petals thereon a floraldesignedcanvas
supported by metal pipes embedded mattress and matching -
in flower pots createa pillows. Voila-a! lounging Farewell Address . . .Bonnie Trisler .
colorful garden pavilion couch. ValedictorianPresentation
pure delight.A Decorate the terrace en-
vaulted canvas roof can trance with a floor-length r. 1 --
make apartment balcony living tieback canvas curtain and % Of Diplomas . T. L. Casey, Jr. '
a comfortable, private an overhead awning valance. SuperintendentBenediction
affair. Add a couple of giant plant.
Canvas comes in a wide ers, a coffee table, and direc

and variety weaves.of weights Army, finishes cotton, tor's chairs In flashing covered black with canvas and . . . Rev. Norman Redding JEWELRY"Starke's

duck is the top-grade all- white zebra stripes. Hang up
purpose canvas. It s specifiedmost an abstract painting. Result: Recessional . . . . BUS Band
for awnings,. canopies an "in" place to be.
outdoor curtains, sun and A white valanced awning Largest Quality Jeweler"GRADS ]
wind shields, furniture and gives privacy and sun pro.
other exterior-interior tection to the poolslde
uses. area.
FROM THE TERRACE-Cotton canvas strikes a stylish
Generally,canvas is treated For the large brick patio
this unusual A converted iron bedstead
note terrace.
on MOTHER SAYS Mothers The buzzards back toDay
the come
for mildew-resistance and for leading to garden striped
with cushions makes conversation
fitted out piece
canvas a
water repellency during canvas with tassels producesa is better than other OCCIHinckley, Ohio as regularly
and adds seating and sunning space. Tieback canvas cur
manufacture. It also can be glamorous setting. valance frame sions when the family gathers the
tains topped by a Mediterranean awning as swallows return to
treated to meet government That's the thing about can as its the only one
the wrought iron double-door entrance, and zebrastripedcanvas
it creates exactly the theabout Capistrano but nobody seems
specifications on fire resis- vas covers handsome director's chairs grouped arounda when isnt 1972
tance. mood. to write a about it. OF
right refreshment table. limited to half-lime of the TV song
New finishes such as football game. I
Its really not hard to spot a
Kali Operator) On Probation trend from the primary results -
New York's wandering boys so tar. In fact there ire I +
come home, wit both Willie so many of them, anybody
d< STARKK Acting on icmm- as an employe but on a condi- Mays and John Lindsay back can spot one of his very own.
tional basis for the next 30 In Iowa. .
$ mendations by the St.uKc. Police .
R Board of Review, Mayor
P days.Mayor Hurst told Brown thatif
Carl Hurst Tuesday placed city
4GM Mack he conducted himself in accord -
radio operator Johnny Just a little note from
-Brown under probation for a with department rules
period of 30 days.! regulations, the temporary status ,c all of us to all the Grads:
Brown appealed at a hearing of his J jib' would be lifted In W
before the board on charges of a month. :
mow. misconduct-specifically his fail Members of the board are it. _'
ure to report for duty when so Pat Henry officers[ Julius Eunice
requested recently. Marvin Jackson:! Harold
The board of review which Crews and Claude Hardcc.
.1., serves to protect the interests of r a uCO
the police department heard *
The Is always !jGJ! m mJmjJwlJJ
Class of! 1972, testimony by several witnesses, year portrayed -
including Brown and then rec- as an man or a

Wi know this 'W /' ,ommended that he be retained never baby. gets Like any most attention people.when It.

is just one of -I. It's middle-aged. 1

dtIJne- Carousel Candle Shoppe
many triumphs ..OF YOU IN THIS HOUR OF GREAT
U.S. Highway 301
Lowtey, Florida 32091

Go on, grade to, a r Florida ,Pest Control ,

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S. S. NOEGEL Branding IronRESTAURANT r 539 E. Call St. Phone 961-5745!

Felix. &: Betty Sullivan \


You have MUfJUi1WT&J3c1Rr000;'

Just a little note from prepars4yours.lf

.3c all of us to all the Grads: BEAUTIFULFUTURE w.ll_. Edward's Farm Supply :

Stark, Flo.
Strive 'for

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'VI'.J.fIJII .. happiness.RED .



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, EDWARD'SGtOCERY & MARKET Betty's' Beauty Salon
Service Station
U.S..301SOUTHJack 2 Ml Us From Town I

And 'Gladys Edward Bethel Church Road


Danny's Photography

Stark, Fin.SENIORS.



Thal'si where w. pu? our new
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Picture Perfect Grooming Solon .1. Graduates. W. are extremely

207 N. Temple Ave. Across From Sears proud oi this fin. group of
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Phone 964.8551Congratulations ,
Senior and wish them, .ach

nhN 01111111 of them. continued happiness
tie ,I n;. and success!

,The world's all yours-

W. know you'll make
And wish youcontinuin2
i it! better.

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.Seniors Starke Builders Starke

Supplies Inc. I


bright Ftshba Fairies
DeWTTT:.C. JONES Insurance Agency
114 West Cell St. Starke, Flo.


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Miss BuckleyHeads Life Spbn: Increases

BHSBusiness BMSThe 'i' To 70.5 Years Here

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ClubA eighth grade "Spirit of H ''"''!,'.''',, "\"" 't" .: ,'I;'. ,;"" ."'A child born In the local: wife, after least reaching 13 years 65 longer., will,',
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76' presented a at the time may,
group program ';., /I.w'f I ): \ I\' 1>\\1:, area present For a man, the period
to for their life
earn money trip look forward to a spanof ,
new slate of officers of to Disney World. ," ;, ff-i/j"l":; : ::;" 70.5 years according to, of maximum family; responsibility -
the Future Business Leadersof Liz Scott 1'I"' '.ji' ; I .'." ,'i'iJ' '"l' starts when ho marries
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programby national statistics. ;
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America Club of Bradford playing "It was A Very GoodYear" Of 7972 !: I" .. .' :- ":, '' This life expectancy at birthIs and continues for about 30 years
Hteh School wnit Installed the z ,, j',iyal IPtIII',I ,1'1; j' 9 It thereafter. His survival through
on piano. .'\, ) : {, I : much greater than was
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the ,
Wednesday. May 24, at ". /\-, ;' .i'< :" when there
Matthews \I" In this period are
Develyn sang a "" ;," r ( : a generation or two ago.
club's annual banquet at the cobple. of songs and Milton Baker 1/e/ C1'ads: of "r,1' "X, \ : ', 'n'LJ'J 1950 It was 68.2 years and 'likely to be dependent children
Holiday Inn In Starke. mmett Bright Terry Fox. ,, ., ".. In 1930 was only 597. Is of great social: and economic -
Martha Buckley was Installed Sharoqe Gainey, While Perry. I ', >> i5. The Improved outlook for Importance. .
as FBLA president for Frank .Terry and Arnold Williams r'' the 1972-73 year. Linda Brown, presented a short skit to the dramatic progress the 140 or so Bradford County;
Is vice-president, Cindy Mitchell .'Let' Go Back." a play df, h.Sc ., / .:" that has been made In men who are now at the aver-
secretary. Dale Nor- which wasvwritten by the mem- J "t 174acJfovJ. )\ (I.| ,.,''Io,'I. the fields of medicine and pub- age marrying age of 23 have
man, treasurer; Gayle Hat bers of Team 8B. was stagedby ", ,, r ;, '"I ;....,."..' ',' ,', ,,01.'11" "" lic health, and In the better 88 chances out of 100 of surviving -
cher reporter and Anne Hayes a group of eighth graders. '? I" Commencementondau EXI'tcl.sI's ,I ':" t.{ I I''' : "':' i s.1.,, .j r", r care now given to older people. to their 54th birthday.By .
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babble r- ,
and Thomas, historians. The told the of : ..I I ...',
play story some ,'. """ ,:,1" 'I '" ..\ >' ,'", '"' that time the children maybe
Thirty-nine persons Including "old-timers" from the Middle ':" :' ; l As a result ,there has beena b from
to *
expected away
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students,' parents and sponsors School meeting and remembering .. 1: ', I.. evening! tuna fifth. : : *j' -, :l:? "' 63 per cent Increase In thenation's home and making their own way
attended the First Annual how the ole / ), CS n $; 'f ; ,
; "good days"were 'i .', ',' /. ,..- over-65 population In the world.
FBLA banquet. 1971-72 Pre- Mrs. Mary Dungey and .* t I at eight o'clock ;; ,', kff i ir. since 1950 compared with an Back In 1940 the man's chance
sident HecKy JaCkson welcomedthe Mrs. Paula Barrett were co- : > ;;.. ,:: Increase of only 34 per centin of reaching that point would have
guests. Debbie Thomas conducted directors of the "J \ : In Bradford
play. r. f: the total populatin. been no more than 83 outof 100.
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presentation of awardsto Members of the cast Included .' "., .,: .dIwh sSefi! >ooi'.taJiur2) '. r:'I '\" 'ril I.::: County; there are now some In spite of the longevity
Becky Jackson, Bonnie Tris- : James Groves as Mr. Joc- :" !::>, ,\. oJ ,J'n... "lot< "r I' ," ,. ,.;' ,' ,"r' ;: 577 men and 731 women In the achieved In the U.S., this coun-'
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ler, Seleeta Hall, and Joan kel.! Gerald Wilson as coach \'J.r J :a 'f' \'rr'. \ ," C 1,'.'k0. over 65 bracket. try lags behind 17 other Industrialized -'
Hlnson for outstanding work. Peter Kella, Joy Clomons as "'". .__ I "1' "" 'i J." i ;.,... The odds are now better than nations In the' respect -
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Outgoing President Becky Mrs. Morin, Larry White as it .. .1 and '
( that both husband
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Jackson Installed the new of- Mr. Miscellaneous Edna Baker .. ; .
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ficers. The banquet was con- Lewis Cooper Joan $ "' ; 'l'i'" >::-., &, ,' ," .',;.1, ,:t >. .'
cluded with remakrs by Incom- Crlbbs. Call Davis John De- rfr< i t: :J\ i'' ",;'f '
'J ''IBaccaCauieate ; ,:1:1': \ ,, :'> !l1 ,, ;
: little from
ing President Martha Buckley. poe, Susan l-'dley David Gaines z .,", f j jSundau ,'. ".\' 4ti",'. ., ,. .,'- .f'.",,t/" .,'.' I Just a note
Cindy Glssy Jackie Hill John .J .
all of us to all the Grads'Crafts :
Kilby, Kenneth McKinney Tom- f < evening! ,,-/une: fouitnat ,, q "" j,
mymlller Bruce Moyers, Bob
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No Problem Now Linda Salazar Mike Sanders \ eight o'clockfian jfi. .,, : '

Velerana& Told Hex Sterner Karen Slrmans ', / E'-- -- Vl
Guy Stalnaker Gloria Strick- ; .fSchool/; Stadium \, : ,- : '
land, Bruce rlmm, Peggy Val \ '" V 1I
A lost birth certificate or Icllancs and Harold Young.Mr. ;
marriage llcnse no longer poses Jim Weldon principal f. ; :: ---//e"
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the problem It once GI bene-did faculty; sponsor for the group :.;;}rr::::::;:::;::::;::;::::;::::;;:;:::;%::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':::.:.:':.:;:;: ;:::;:;:;::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::-::: :::::.::: "I'' !,,"' : :I .
for veterans seeking :: .
was presented with a trophy) as : ,:> :
fits, says Odell W. Vaughn, Teacher of the ear by the ':0:0:: 19'12CLASS :.:.:.:. ," .". <-7 fjfJOJt.
VA Of -
Director Regional Office '76er's to show their appreciation BBS Class ...;
St. Petersburg, 1
for all the help Mr. ,
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Les formal proof of mar- Weldon has been for the class. ," : J.I
riage and birth are now acceptable Results of the election for i OFFICERS ::11|
under a regulation Initiated next year's ninth grade officers ; ,J :;1 Used Cars And SalvageHWY
when this President
last October Jimmy ,
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Debbie Barker presi-
were: ,1
:: 301 North
Information Is needed to establish :
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claims for higher benefit dent; Lewis Gloria Cooper Vice president 1 V ice- President ::111 Stark, Fla.Congratulations.
Strickland :
payments. Vaughan said.veteran's secretary; ; and Sonja Biggs tre "'';1 I Ray Morgan. :c ct I
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A or a widow's cer- .. ) ,,,
tified statement of marriage Is asurer.* t::: Kay Turner, Secretary {:: : h,
Bradford Middle school :::: '
sufficient for applications
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for compensation and education played Jasper Jr. High : "
'' t" Treasurer 1 ':
.r'. : :r Lee Hardenbrook
benefits for veterans widows In a chess match last week. : .. ,
and orphan children provided Team members for BMS were 1:1;: \

neither he nor his wife has been Jimmy Jarvis, James Geiger ,'. I. c cf'
married before and VA has no John Depoe, Handy Crews and \ "\ 1 CLASS FLOWER .. .
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contradictory Information said. on both Scott of Hicks.his matches Randy Crews and Jim-won '< ::f';::' Red I Roses And Golden Spiker. Moms t:::f.: :..: 1"

file, Mr. Vaughan ', i 3 ..1 I ,I,\>, ;
The final
Jarvis won one. ,
Prior to the change In regulations -' my :;; I 1 11
VA all state- score was Jasper 5 BMS 3. .I ) ):: I""
required :':'

to ments be supported of marriages by formalized and births Mr.McKenncy Reporter Luis Alvarez are: Mike faculty Sanders.and advisors.Mr John .,5. 1'1>1:::}:: CLASS MOTTO j js :::: ..:,. ;

documentary evidence.A Understanding' Of One's Self Leads To .' .Seniors !
certified statement Is acceptable s#11 :\ Heller .. '" 1. .
also regarding the Miss Cuttino >:..;.: .\ Betier Understanding' Of four Fellow Man.". :::): .' '''' ..t '1:, '11"t'I':, .
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birth of a child of a veteran'smarriage : ?. .. ,
and as proof of ago To Graduate ,:'' : ('
and relationship Mr. Vaughan %1:1:I Class Colors: Royal Blue .\nd Gold 1 : ...
said. For further Information ::1:: !
contact the nearest VA office Miss Melody Gale Cuttino, :::: HURST

or your local veterans service daughter of Mrs. Myldred B.Cuttlno Mn/. v.alY' ::{: 01 > of Starke, will gradu- tot > "? 'run 1-1' 1 t .aU"li\8DU.1:: 'P"ilfu"lVti7lml l ,>v .m.fi n qhlnoil tMYOR OlTJ.)3i1D\I10J"\ :
;. organization representative.<< : "r ::>< 'ate from Tilt College For- J ..1 'ng9vgq! t ;1 'r : ',1hgh/ :\\i; ''"thu'.1OM; : My", UeG0t: t' Ff critlema( !'. 'I' b'rU br 1: .J.I"Tt''tl' .AP'p, ilwrl, VFlbAI9d. I ,) ',r' .6-. I 9i \ i"I t.. 'MW". .: ''I ''?Iran ".

yth,,'June Ga. 4 In, at ceremonies 3 p.m. with Sunday a- ; .::c; :>>,,: :::>;::::::: ;::::.::::::::::::::::::':::::;":.':::::::;':':(;:::: :::;':*:::: .:;.ct---: : ;:1
II'( !! ,nut 1 uh.it; you know, hut Bachelor of Science In Elementary WwrJw

xvhn you Knmv it ahont. Education.: I
Degrees will be awarded 105
seniors Including 82 Georgians 0 v 1 I !' .'f' 1, ,ry

20 out-of-state stu- ,i 1 .
The International, // ehfitnrhnmf
and three foreign students '< 110rIII.t'/.\
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dents, I' ; l '
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Iceland. It III'C"0 have had I "
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city/ an the Republican con / IN" #$ :,
vention. Fnml, conn went down In :. :
April. But thrvll bnnnrr' hark I ,y. ...
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Gospel Sing will be held Vacation Bible School for aU
at the Long Bridge Baptist ages will be held at Morgan
,, "J'r; Road Baptist Chapel June 5-9.
Church on highway 100 (west) starting at 7 o'clock each night --'
E starting at 6 p.m. Saturday Refreshments will be served,
ti June 3. The pastor. Rev. Robert and' all members and friends

Hastings. Invited the pub- are invited to come Join In the Gr laT

lic to attend. fun. ,

BETHEL BIBLE SCHOOL If transportation !is needed-

.--. .. Vacation Bible School Is scheduled call 431-1975. :
at Bethel Bactist Church

CHURCH next Tuesday through Friday
Sunday. -Brotherhood Meet.Jng ..Sunday School 10 ajn.: Morning June. 6from 73U: -9:30: p.m. Heartfelt thanks to all
and Breakfast. 7:30 Hja.; Morning recent
Sunday School. 9:45: ; Morning 6:30: p.m.; Evening Service 7:30: 6 W. S. Slade and help in our
Ing Worship at 11 o'clock' ser- Hate a quention about social sorrow. For the beautiful service .d.
!. pjn.
mont "The Origin of the I Names Wednesday Prayer and ahlp 7 p.m.Thur.day. William S.., Slade 88, ecurity and III retirement, floral offerings, and other 'relIRGreal
CHRISTIAN" urti\orn, dinnbllity or ll'dl. kindnesses, we are deeply
No Church Bible Study/ 7:30: Peeler Ing 7:30 p.m. died Thursday May care benefit: See your telephone grateful.
Training or Evening Worship Melvin HameL David the Bradford County Hoe directory for the phone Loper
The family of W.C.
Service at the Church Baccalaureate sl

an extended Illness. number and addrean of the
Service. 8 p.m. born In Georgia on nearest aoclal security oflice.
'Monday Youth Choir and BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH GRACE 22, 1883, and had lived I ..,-

Deacons Meeting, 7 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- CHURCH, > for the past 17 years. 1 t

Covered iutcheonml: Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Sunday School, a member of the Meth ,
Dish L
Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer Ing Worship 1 t
noon; Young Musicians Choir. Meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.Rev. Union, 6:30 p.m. are two eons Tho And You Deserve
3:30: pjn. ; G. A. and Bell J.C. Saunders pastor ship 7:30.: Slade of Starke, and

Choir 4:15: ; Trustees Meeting. er Meeting : S, Slade, Jr.. Baxley
5:30. p.m.Wednesday. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL T. Odom, Jr., ; daughters, Mrs. Clyde i The 1 Greatest Portable Typewriter

Family Night Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday of Starke and Mrs. Q. I will be 65 thin summer Is This right?
Supper 6 p.m.; Prayer Meet Morning Wor- l Can
School 11 a.m. AIRPARK Hurst Indianapolis That Money Buy.
}ng. 7:15: ; Church Choir Prac- ship 6 p.m. Training Union Sunday School, ten grandchildren and 17 and plan to file for monthly A. Yea, the cost of the first .

tlc". 8 pm 7 p.m. Evening Worship. ing Worship II ; ; Bocial security retirement 3 pints of blood .received 1 ina

--W.A. Hogan, pastor Wednesday 7:30: Prayer Ser' Worship, 7 services were held benefits. My daughter Is 19 benefit period is not coy
vices.Rev. Prayer Meeting a.m. Friday, May 26. and in college Since I want ered by Medicare. However,
Bob ,Cooner pastor 7 p.m. Young DeWItt C. Jones Chape to apply for student benefit it you can arrange to replace
MADISON STREET Ing DeWItt Farabee of for her what information
every these 3 pints of blond,
BAPTIST CHURCH C.F. Prevatt Interment was >In about her will I need won't have to for
Sunday June 4: FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH one welcome.ST. you
Cemetery, Douglas, i
( birth
You'll need her
Sunday School, 9:45; Morn Sunday Service:Sunday! Sch 11)1) 3:30: p.m. Friday. them.
ing Worship, 11: Church TrainIng 9:43: a.m. Morning Worship certificate, social security Q. I'm receiving monthly
6:15; WMU Prayer Circle 10.45 a.m. Evening Service 7:15 CHURCH, number school Identification from
7:15.: p.m. Youth Group Moe ting. ,Sunday Father James Sarah Brown number Uf any), the disability payments If I continueto t'The COURSE-
Monday Youth Choir 7 p.m. 6:30: p.m. Saturday name and address of the social security.
Tuesday Prayer Group, 9:31)) -J.C. Brown, minister Mass 10 a.m. college she attends the date Ret disability benefits for finest
a.m. Bible Study,10 a.m. 7 pm Sarah Brown, 79, of the school term will end 5 or 6 years before I recover Gift
Wednesday Prayer Meeting, Confessions died Monday after an and return to work, would
and the dates of the following
Mission Girls In Action Illness. She was born at You Can
Friends retirement payments
AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH;! p.m.School County on May 21, school term my
7:30 p.m. Adult Choir of : 65 be less because I wall disabled Ever GiveorGetf
School 9:45 Morning
Sunday : a.m. and was the daughter of
Practice, 8:30.: Worship 11 a.m. Evening' Grade School Wesley and Sarah Mc- Q. I was hurt recently Ivan and unable to work?
--Denton Sum rail pastor to 12
Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday noon. Woods. accident and I've been told A. No, your retirement
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study High School] are four daughters, 'that I'll be off work for more benefits would not be re i

NORTHSIDE BAPTIST 7 p.m. Study on Book'realms. ".m. Jeanett Tyler Mrs. Freda than a year. I heard about duced because you were dis

CHURCH G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone o Mrs. BeulahScarbro disability payments from so abled. Furthermore, the *
Intersection of Highways 16 'W.lcrJtno( BAYLESS Conway.pastor'O"6 Doris Moore, all of clallll'luritv and also some. years while you were disabled '1

North( ) and 225. Rev. Wayne ship Sunday Service ] ; three sons, Ancel thing about a 6-month wait. will not be used in w
Clearwater Albert and
Wells pastor ;
I wait 6 retirement
Training 6:30: ing period. Should figuring your
Sunday: School 9:45: ; Morning JORDAN 'flSSlON.RYBAPTIST Brown both of Starke;
Service at H. Evening Service.. MISSION > Worship 7:30.Wednesday: Luther Woods Pa- month before applying? benefits later. This gives r rt

730. Wednesday Services 7:30 U.S. 301 North. behlncP Tas- ; five half brothers and A No. Although I"clalse- you the advantage of retain

.p.m. u .', tee Freez Drive In, Sunday 7:30 p.m. sister; 36 grandchil- curity cannot pay disutility ing a high yearly average t
School, 10 a.m. Worship ServIce Rev. J.D. 57 great-grandchildren, benefit until the 7th month of earning

'CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH II a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer LONG great-great-grandchil after the month in which a : o .>,
Sunday School 10 a.m. Mom- Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes worker became disabled you
Union : services held Q We hired a college girl '
Ing Worship 11. Training should not wait 6 months to ?i
6:30.: .. Evening: Worship, 7:30.: day.Leroy Olive pastor E.L. Sunday School p.m. Wednesday In the immediately last summer to take care of
Pastor .Grlffls, associate pastor ing Worship 11 Church of God with Rev. apply. Apply our children at our home.
Rev. Jim Black, Worship 7:30 claim be
: Coleman officiating. In so your can proc We did not realize at the
I Everyone In lake essed. Then if you are
NEW RIVER BAPTIST was Klngsley time( that her wages were
STAKKE CirURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Rev. Robert under direction of found eligible for benefits covered by social security
OF CHRIST ing Worship II a.m. Training C. Jones Funeral Home. your first monthly check withhold
CHURCH did nut any
Bible School. 10 a.m. Worship Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship will not be delayed.Q. week
422 N. St. from her Ef0-a-
Services II a.mj, rfand! ',8 p.m. Wednesday Night service II. Ketchum money Coronet'
6 p.m. Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Everyone wel- Sunday School My son gets monthly pay. Are we responsible for
7 p.m. Ladles Bible come. ing Worship 11 social security student ben paying both her share of the PORTABLE ELECTRIC

Class Thursday 11 a.m.Church Jim Countryman pastor. Evening 7 Helena l Ketchum. 73, efits. If he transfers to an social security contribution Full 88 character keyboard, !the
located one block west on SR Wednesday : Star Route, died other college: or starts and our own? tama at on oflica. alaculcilS '
Meeting Friday : automatic alactrlc rapait actions
16. YW. early Sunday morn attending clauses on a part A, Yes You, as an em atpur ingartipst. '
-J.P.I1. Bell minister .. .. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST She was born In Louis. '.taW Schedule, must he re- ployer, are responsible fordeducting .."ifsptn t If'(( "i "'" "1. Paraonai. ) Touch SelectorPees
A <* *O>' "t3iartlay'School 10 a.m. North Kv. on Oct. 4 1898 and from '101 .orlII..') .1\1 ll Caga''"-Copy Sat*tiiu lm "t-
{IPINEHILL CONGREGATIONAID)'//ing Worship 11 a.m. Pre Ser> KINGSLEY lived in Hampton. for' the,IJ.,,.nport.H/to, social security? 5.2 percent (, T Quick Setry xliibla margins; -ALL 0/'.
1 METHODIST CHURCH vices (Booster Band, Young SJnday School : ; year coming from St, A. _Yes. He! should notify your employee's pay. If you "N,., ,;. v .- YOURS FROM SMITH-CORONAI'
Sunday bcx>1 a.m".M" Mont -.Paoplap-and.Prayer Service Union 10:15: a.m.; She was a re social security if he marries fail to do so, you must pay EASY TO LEARN EASY TO OWN EASY TERMS
ing Worship II e m. Youth Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. ship II a.m. nurse and a member of is legally adopted both her share and your
6 p.m. Evening Worship Midweek Service, Wednesday 7:30: P.m. Witnesses. stops attending school stops own share 1'ouraelf. This
7:30 p.m. Rev. Tommy L. HH- 7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland Wednesday' : Is one daughter, attending school full time amounts to 10.4 percent other
Pallor K. Shlma of
Pastor. Eunice
Yard pastor changes schools, earns more wages
; two sons Benjamin than $1,680 in a year or is Smith-Corona's newest electric
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD FIRST Ketchum Jr., Cleveland, at
lL his employer to
paid by
Raiford Road & Weldon St, (Highway 100 at Theressa) Sunday : and Paul B. Ketchum.,, the employ
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning [ Chip; one brother tend school at

Worship ll. Sunday Evening Morning Worship II a.m. Fellowship 6 ;,. Yazell, Lantana, Fla.; er's request. JacksonvilleBusiness typewriter J nO
7 p.m. Thursday night 7:30.: Training Union 6:30 p.m. tice, grandchildren, and one tL-J V/v./
I recently had an operation
-Charles Thomas, pastor Evening Worship 7:15 p.rn.Wedne.day ,- Q. MODEL
Night Prayer Services DEDAN services were held and needed 2 pints of
EVERGREEN BAPTISTCHURCH 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle p.m. Tuesday In Jones whole blood. I thought

PackhA.... eater Sunday 'School ChapelStarke. with Medicare took care of all
Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng .ship Services Wallaceofnclatlng In my bills after the first $sA,
Worship at U
ajn. Sunday ,
night Service at 6:30.: ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL p.m. Training was In Santa Fe Ceme but the hospital told me I

Wednesday night prayer CHURCH. STARKE[ -Rev. Lacy near Hampton. have to pay for the blood. DirectoryAuto

,meeting at 7:30.: Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd ti
Cecil E. Crawford, Sr. Pas Sundays, 11 aan. Morning
tor. Prayer 2nd 4th and 5th Sun- .i
LAURA BAPTIST day, 11 a.m. Church School 9:45: Sales and Service :

Sunday School 9:45a.m.Morning ado E.Y.C. 6 p.m. -
-John M. Rector Parrish /
Flynn Motor.
Worship 11 ado Evening ( ,'
Worship 7:30: p.m. Widweek Bible
Study Wednesday. 7:30 p. BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship -
m.Be In church Sunday. Service 11 ajn. Church'' IIIALEScjjf,}. ri

Lester Austin, peeler Training, 6:30 p.m. Evening
Worship 7:30.
ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting, ett/ Always Good Used CaN

CHURCHMCCLENNY 7:30 p.m. V2t Law St. Ph. 3Sj-S/S//
Sunday Ma... 12 noon. Holy Rev. J.D. Robinson
Day Mass 5:30

,U 1 r r, l PEAVY Brothers

LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF CHRISTAT IV. pcke4 with fealtim Hurt. typbtt dcHgbt. hi. niMf.Fcalum .
HOLINESS[ CHURCH MELROSE Ifaclik Co/ llul. nwfcf their"pl"llo,....,.MOT -. ".
Sunday School 9:45: ajn.; Schedule of Service:
Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. l Alternators Starters Here.t the ultimate. in. flnt tspmg"per'itfmance ImooiM lilt1'
RMpontifl'Tvpinf' ptr1,"ciion it Hu.lt inimttnSmithCoronaOffice
Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship Morning Worship 11 ajn. EvenIng Generators Regulator Electric' that I ,flimt-ulet,, hulk' anj iuhiitui wrfofimnetat (
7 p.m.Tue.day. Worship 7 p.m. AUTO TRUCK IM crlitrln lor ifw..i*>.n*..JiTht .
Prayer Meeting 7:30: All other evenings-8 p.rru -- )n.w Smith.Coron.*......"..hb modern. a.nx h.vbutll .
1r DIESEL ,..in rMrr.of pr.r ind reJm l mpaMrnlrr0. Mrjmto
Rev; W.B. Chauncey pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN 4044 Lenox Av. Jan. iht fatal ftnf r_wiihoui jmnntinf IIN k*> or Jtii nm|
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CHURCH 397.2528 am..............n. *..hn nmt>.of th**.tncCiua
SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- tmeiuofl 10 reduce tune. wtJirii.......*..to.nwn.murn.bin .
BAPTIST CHURCH ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening PIANOS Mamma to Inpprrfdmiyl' rep(HMtrituI l I for nunt.nun .
633 W. Pratt Sf, Sunday Ser- Worshp 7.- Tamee Shaw,pastor. ) nirJ lend,wnr...
vices: Sunday School. 10 a.m. YAMAHA PIANOS
Preaching, 11 a.m.Training Union BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH CONN and KIMBALL

5:45: p.m. Evening Worship, BROOKER, FLA. Love is ORGANS
7 p.m. Everyone welcome. Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun
-Wilbur Dyess Pastor day School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol,
Superintendent. Training Union, Smith-Corona Many Others To Choose From
CHURCH OF GOD 6:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas, Director a
OF PROPHECY BROOKER Worship Services 11 a.
Sunday Dell 10 a.m. Morning m., 7:30. Midweek Prayer Ser- for /
a.m. YoungPeo- vice 7:30. Lavern Outlaw music graduation. i
ple' Service 6 p.m. Evangelistic director. .

Service 7 p.m. Wednesday CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. kllnofnhrrhlnwhn' ,. ,
DAY SAINTS Th"plnkWollnk.cI
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Come and worship 1404 E. Bessent Road .pInhmn4M In,711npuw tIocetAnd..kiM, .kMnrfnlahi. *1ih, *hnnd linhtk
-Rev. Bobby Harris pastor Mon- .. ",......,,,10..1..10... tMJr.' mm,hlntMnnmt.xrnwk.awrMl .
Family Home EveNt+g- \. ..,,....rem"GIwrwhm mok. .. .hr.ahwrl.d. 1'0101.W.k.'ha.Im..k..oo.kn. ..".......... *murvthan"" IU Mvelt )''IailaaUItFURNITURE CORSAIR SUPER 91 I ERLING CLASSIC.12miw
GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE 4:30 In..h'.nclj.hoin.hlmoolt' Attmhhl'nnm/ ..haanahaibnbl. !...anA ..
1maryTuesday, : pun. prom MnrMrkh.' ..., '.
WILLBAPTET CHURCH Society am+ .: : .iri.... =": a tJ 0
WednesdayRelief, ; w.wnananm
Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday ...,"" eMm! ;".., .."."e".. ..".. '
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School 9:30; Worship "Mneaut atlh
Morn Thursday-M,1A7:30 pm.Sunday .
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; Williams Priesthood, 830am.: w.hi""" *know v.*mfa"bdlv t>i*..rt n.
vice, 6 p.m. -Rev. Jasper Sunday School 10:30: ajn. Evening '

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FIRST UNITED STARKE METHODIST Pre.l ent.D. Branson, Branch See Them At tint- rOV

9:45 MorningWorship. HEILBRONN BAPTIST
Sunday School ;
11; Junior and Senior CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. Up To lOx Savings pi
Sunday School 9:45: ajn. ,
WedrteedayChoir Rehearsal Morning Worship U. Training TELEGRAPH Baxley Chair Co.
7 pan. Union 6:30: pjn. Evening Service
Ing. 7:30: ; PiycnolrlR 7:30.: Midweek Prayer 643 Cosset 1 Block

f hearsal. 7:45.DeWItt: Service. 7:30. AUTHORIZED SMITH CORONA DEALER I
Frem I MOJacksonville.
T. Farabee Jr. -Rev. J,.. Tommy Howe pas.

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i Canal Route Through: Bradford One of the Earliest

.Favored In Territorial DaysWith Call Street Scenes F

talk oT efforts to revive gerous than a trip around the Bradford County; as the most A tidewater canal was Impossible t
Interest In the Cro. .- tip of the peninsula. logical: of all considered. According as shown by the committee
and a canal with locks: 5
Florida Barge Canal which was to this reports
'At the Instigation of Col. Jos. was too expensive. Locks would :
halted order of President
M. White Congressional delegate "The best passage across have been required because a
Nixon. It Is Interesting to note from the Territory of Florida the summit of the ridge for a canal on this route would have
that a route through Bradford a bill was Introduced: In boat canal Is offered by the to cross Trail Ridge which a HIV
County was termed the best the Senate calling: for the survey head waters of the Santa Fe runs north and south along the _
route tor such a canal back of a cross-Florida canal: River and Black Creek. On Clay-Bradford County line, and __
In Florida territorial day. route. this route It Is supposed that Is one of the highest elevations 3 U
the natural reservoirs of wa- In Florida. So the project
The canal has been a controversial On March 3, 1828 the bill ter would supply a sufficient : was abandoned. ril R gay
lame for more than became a law and the President "" quantity; to feed a canal of
150 years. During the territorial was authorised to have this description."A About a century later work
period from 1819 to 1945.a a thorough examination made was started on a ship canalIn
cross-territory canal from of all the territory south of canal of about 85 milesIn 1935. and after around $5- r
the Atlantic to the Gulf was the St. Mary's River for the length from the fork of Black 000,000 had been expended> ,
an Internal Improvement project purpose of constructing: : a canal Creek to the mouth of the Santa work'' was stopped when Congress .- cu.Nd
that attracted an unusual from the Atlantic Ocean to Fe would connect the St. Johns, cut off Ainds. f11 g10F1 :,cr f
amount of attention. Even In the Gulf of Mexico. entering the Atlantic with the The project was revived again d1R ? ,
that early era, some progressive Suwannee, discharging Itself
several years ago as a
leaders conceived the I- Three ;years later a reportwas Into the Gulf of Mexico." barge canal, but stopped when
dea that a canal across the Issued terming the pro
Territory of Florida would be ject Impracticable, but It went The report was disappoint- objections by conservationistscaused r
shorter and much less dan- on to describe a route through! Ing to the people of Florida. his stop President order Nixon to. Issue


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The ApproachThe

Dear Mr. Matthews! : 1 r t< -l

recommendation made In a that a worldwide approach to these I am very sorry that wedon't County I Age iT News

letter to The Telegraph last week problems must be we seem to agree. on gun

that an areawide approach be takento will all be In the pollutceesoup together control. By Bobby L..Taylor

the annexation problems of KeystoneHeights in a few more years. 1 will not vote tor or support ,
and surrounding area contains any candidate who l Not many of our folks think can decide on the spur of the
much merit. As far back as the 16th Century eon sweeping: gun control- of the Brooker area when they moment to grow a crop and
islation. sell It at harvest time without
think of vegetable productionin
the English poet John Donne wrote >S Bradford County finding a market before hand.It .
As the situation stands at present that "no man is an Island." If that There are two alternatives j ; Is best to know where and

the Issue seems to be pretty much was true then, how much more is it 1Make everyone a recipientof Even though there are very to whom your crop will be
stalemated, and will probably remainso true today with the world's popula- guns. 2-- Destroy all guns few "greens" or strawberries sold before putting the first
and not manufacture any more J'iAFarm In Brooker, this area seed In the soil.
as long as leaders on each side tion many times what it was when grown
so nobody owns one.
is now leading In the produc-
take the narrow viewpoint. those words were written. There is
tion of cucumbers,squash pep- Another Important aspect of
no escape from the problems of our Now, Mr. Matthews, can you per and watermelons The marketing! I. our competition
Apparently, those living Inside the fellowman and the day when anyone Imagine what results the latter Brooker State Farmers Mar from foreign markets. Mexi-
city limits and those living outsideare who so desired could "get away fromit will bring about In this country ket, managed by Mr. M. O. can Imports of strawberriesand

in the same boat both will be all" and live his life as he pleased ? and Have sap you guns ever that seen haveprisoners the Harrell, Is operating! at full tomatoes are putting a lot
beans capacity processing: cucumbers,. of our Florida and Bradford
forced to install some type of sewage according to his own standards, has Invented by In and squash, County; folks out of business
disposal system within the next fiveto gone forever. Like it or not, we must Institutions throughout this because their labor and l other
ten years according to a projec- live by the rules of what is best for country? So you don't have to Bureau Women Hold I had a good visit with Mr. production costs are donly a'
tion made in a recently released Countywide the group rather than the individual.In have a manufactured hand gun District N.' G. Hayes of Brooker last fraction of our costs. "
to kill someone If you are Meeting Here week. He and his sons have
Plan for Clay County. How really sincere about using It. quite a'' few acres of water- 5 .
much better It will be for all con- pointing to the success of co- *
melons cucumbers and '
Thirty Farm Bureau Women, Miss Sue Collins (far right). pep- June, Is a Important month
There Is also the thought that ;
cerned if this is attacked have
problem electric His
coperative effort In bringing per. crops good prospects -
In the case of Sen. Robert! Kennedy representing District 3. met representing the State Department for. fertilization In our arm.
with a united front, rather than hav- service to the Keystone Heights, area, and Governor Wallace the at the Holiday Inn In :Starkeon of Consumer Services, this year as do many April .rains and plant growth
ing the "insiders" and the "out- last week's letter writer said: "Wh slayers could: have done the Thursday, May 25, where gave an Interesting presentation others In the area. have y removed most nitrogen

siders" trying to develop separate not the same concept in sewer andwater same Job with a knife or a they were welcome by GeorgeT. on consumer topics of vital Bradford County; has the soil, anc(.potash that was applied to
solutions to the same problem rather systems? Such must be attunedto baseball bat. It has happenedIn Huggins, president of the Importance to the public; climate and management know- Our soils In February'; and
Bradford County Farm Bureau. Mrs. Lonnie Harley pictured March.
than working together on a other cases. ; how to be of the leading
cooperative the needs of all -- not just one Florida Farm Bureau Executive with Mr. Lynn, I. Bradford
basis. tiny town not one tiny community. The enemies of this Republic Vice President Jack Lynn County; Women's Chairman and vegetable areas and of strawberryduction the State.pro Two Trees, shrubs, lawns, and
Let us not sit by with idle hands would be much elated If (above) told the-lann women wlll,soon developing -plans- 'I Iii 31fcW"'>lant* with long grow,
mljor problems are keepthHf"
,As stated in last week's letter: untfTTour Jakes are polluted bejond'us'e'iHour thrtatterlld.&naeted? a }1 about the maftJl't acUvlde., or foil( ',"organizing thd"Far! >'. n- A'Somsone must.solve the pendll'lg'wa.' ..f I : \\vuvn k the organization, and pointedout read"Wutherrl&BFadfoM'Vddufas i. ,.supply ot plant \ {
\ water supply is no longer Gun control as It "'W81It-C how women can carry out tlIW:, .r' '0 problems are Laborand.Mar. I<' growth \and u nceajust*
ter and sewer crisis. It may already useable without heavy treatment; our ed to be enacted, would put active programs to tell the ty.District '3'cdrprisei:c '- raI" ketlng. as we need food for our bodies. -'
be too late. It has been said that from roads and access ways so over- guns In the hands of the criminals agricultural story to the entire ford and nine surrounding coun- Most vegetables and strawberries Plants that are actively

conception to inception on such projects crowded as to make them almost im- citizen only would and be no able law-abiding to defend population.I ties. require a lot of hand growing and well fed tend to
as these the time element is passable. himself or his family. labor, especially at harvest be more resistant to Insect
I from 10 to 12 years We have already ------------- -- time. Most people who will and and disease attact while less

'., used up from three to five "Let us all look above and beyond Check the murder rate of are able to work are already sturdy plants may/fall victim:

t'II years, and there isn't one, single a small town called Keystone Heights; New York a which control: now law has as as I Honor America Day' I gainfully regularly employed.employed Those will not not your more?fertilization easily. Have program you checked recently. -
concrete idea on paper -- except per- a small village called Lake Geneva; any state In the nation and work as long as they can get If you "have questions,
haps the recently approved countywide and several clusters of homes in our then state If any gun control paid for not working or are call or come by your;County;

sewer and water survey, whichis subdivisions and around our lakes. has helped senseless murders. to nee to Connecticut and suffered penalized for working If they, Apnt'llot11ce: In Starke.
the first hurdle out of the way We must seek the solving of area I understand that If you are COTT Hth Signer. Connecticut- OLIVER Educa-WOL- severe hard. hlpe. When are on some type; of subsistence: ; 0 .

problems -- not just city; or com- not a Jots law of officer: guard or Jewels or tion Yale College,, Occupation: the war ended Floyd found himself program COD >issman Sludgepnmpprefers ,
And it isn't just the Keystone Heightsand munity problems." with carry It Is money Impossible to Lawver. Politician Age at almost ruined financially: Marketing and distribution / to l lead his followers
Lake Geneva areas where the area- get a you gun legally. Guns don't signing: 49; Age at Death, 71. but "he continued his public continues to plague every pro front] fie' rear of the ,roce..
wide approach must be taken. A tele- If such an approach should be a- kill people people kill peo Oliver Wolcott whose father services. He was a member of ducer of agriculture. The days sloe hero he 'aD keep the New York state "
senate. are about gone when a farmer eye M then.NOTICE .
had been colonial
vision program on a national network dopted it is quite possible that solu- governor
:Monday night concerning pollution that tions to some of the problems could ple.I am a gun enthusiast of youngest of Connecticut in a family fifteen was the n...._..,.... ..._...n......_...._..._.......................".........,.,.n..n,.,,'",...._''_'1_...'.... .-.M"_ ...... ........._

is beginning to threaten even the 'be_ found, and frustration would rive all firearms and I ask no children. .

oceans of the world, made !it clear way to accomplishment. sympathy; from anyone.: .
He studied medicine for a ;
One of the things we do need time but gave this up In favor
Is the safe handling of all guns, of a career In law and poll-
with all qualified people being tics. He was elected to both
I. About Those Errors able to hold gun clinics several the First and the Second Con
times a year, and our law tinental Congress and took partIn To Property Owners Outside
officers should be required to the debates on the Declaration -
practice two hours per week ni health caused him to
News papering Is a strange pro- should have been "Crowds of several types of .
.on guns.I
leave Philadelphia In June,1776.yo .
fession. Things are bad enough on adally course. that he was not present to Any MunicipalityEvery
j I where mistakes live only 24 believe If you could: contact vote for the Declaration. However -
Mr. Wallace he would also
Some unknown author summed up be showed his feelings
hours -- but on a weekly that stays tell that control would by
around the house for,seven full aajs! the .newspaper's plight when he wrote: not you have prevented gun the attacken bringing home from New York
the problem of errors Is multipliedmany him. w statue of George m, which
times. To err Is human -- but to forgivea was patriotically: melted down Person constructing any' new
for' bullets In Wolcott's back
newspaper -- that's, unthinkable! The comparison: of deaths by
yard. He wee later returned
hand guns with any other country :
other than: the United States to Philadelphia and signed the
Books have been written about When a plumber makes a mistake Is probably false because Inmost Declaration In October. building, making an addition or moving in a

he charges twice for It. countries t the Is
typographical errors In newspapers, slayer After the was, he served .
for the amusement of thousands of When a lawyer makes a mistake executed on the spot or given the new state of Connecticutftrt Mobile Home must obtain building
readers. he has a.chance to try the case again. a fast trial. So this In Itself as lieutenant governor and a permit -
They are hilarious of course will have a great restraint m
to everyone but the writer who made When a doctor makes a mistake anyone contemplating such anact. then a. governor, and he was
he buries It. holding the office of governor in the Tax Assessor's Office Court-
then or the proofreader who let When a Judge makes a mistake, It when he died In 1797. ,
them get we've had shareof
oy. our
In this good and free country
becomes the law of the land. .
switched photos misplaced cap: When mistake of ours, the slayer gets
a preacher makes a house.
tions and other boners during our 93 all the advantages of living
years of publication. One of the nobody;knows the difference. while the victim and his family 15th Signer WILLIAM
funniest But when a newspaper makes a do all the suffering. FLOYD New York Education: ; .:
perhaps was the headlines At Home Occupation Landown ;
that read, "Big Crows Attend Wo- mistake, ''It's right there for the This will have to be changed er. Age at Signing ,,41' .' Ap at '

man's Club :Meeting" The word whole world to. see and laugh about! first method of will all do before any good.any other Death 86.1 They must also check the Zoning of the I i

William Floyd came from a i

Thanks.WlUam. kw-ntabHahed family. His father Long was a Island well-, Area not including any Municipality. : '"

to-do landowner of Welsh descent ,, ,
E. Owen
The Bradford County ; and William took over the .' ..

TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED Public Asked management of the family estate ,. "V"j'\ ., '. .
upon death.
1879 To Buy Lunches COST OF PERMIT
Ignoring the risks to Us personal _
For Day Care fortune, he boldly cast ,,' *!of"p j

Ms lot with the colonial cause to $ 1,000. $ 2.50 M
PPR ES And He said ante ..... The Bradford'Nef81borhood and was elected to both the First per
and the Second Continental Con-
Where Is faith (St.
Luke i. 23.your) Service Center will of take orders .,e... Mere he was respected ,From $1,001 to 15,000. 2.00 per M
for delivery lunches:
ASSO a. a committeeman of sound
each Friday at noon.The mains though bonre- From 1.50 M
Include' common sense $15,001 to 50,000. per
distressed1 for this Friday will :
When by ly took part In debates. Lite
troubles we feel unable to barbecue chicken: ,macaroni. other members., the New York From $50,001 1.00 M
lad beans or up per
green squash
I overcome,or faced with tribulations and delegation he was not able to
that seem beyond our hot rolls. vote for the Declaration: but he
E.L. MATTHEWS, Editor-Publl.h.r The lunches are being
did sign It later.
? ''Published each Thursday and entered as Second strength, we may well heed served to raise matching funds JOHN 'TORODE Chairman
Class Matter at the Post Office at Stork, Florida the question the Lord Jesus tor a Day Care Center project: During the British occupation: ,
ends Act el March 3rd, .117f.f asks u.. as He asked It of His In Bradford County., Au donations of Longuland.. In 1776 Floyd's Board.
f Subscription' In trad ones: I yaar, $5.00; Outside disciple.Stronit In our faith are appreciated: home was twice attacked. The Bradford County Zoning
trad a,..:, 1 year, $5.50. that Cod Is ever willing and Orden may be J'i.h ced by first time be was able to defend "WS888888
ready to help we shall alwaysbe telephoning. 964.5689. and wffl Its but the second time ,
sustained.. be delivered to TOOT home he and his family"were forced



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Joy Elizabeth Bell Keeth John Delwin Adorns John Peter Morgan William Lee Umphenour
Cynthia Lee Black Martha Ann Mizell Daniel Anthony Babb Tex F. Cillen Michael Paul O'Brien .. John Albert Valldejull
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Susan Kemball Bonner Janet Allen Neylans John Allan Bell Walter James.Luekel. Jr. \Harry Parr DI Richard Paige Warren world

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The Keyslon HelrfiU High Hnratr* won bv John during a c'tMU..lDcludel! : MAY WE PRESCRIBE
School has announced the two his high school career Include Molt Intellectual, 12; Who's Milk SQ.m ..
"+rel students selected for highest Beta Club 10. II. 12; Class Who>> in High School Honor SocALL THAT'S GOOD
w w. honors In the graduatingclass Senator II; Interact Club 10. tet 12; Beta Club ,10. u. 12.
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John A. Valldejull son of Mr.has Outstanding Scholastic: Award ; w
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mi.to a'"t I' leS'Greferylml rTm"C"'If" ; an4Jdrs.Jorg.bt..YalldoJuli, Chess,(Club; and football.Team. hider. .9' lQ 1"U,, ; .. d L'wlJli"L 'Jw ''' 2"'V .
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'p I I" Mrs. Scales, Is SalutstlOtlalCtnd.)'. record of IIOnOraw", Clau President. 11; "K"Club ?
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J Half Sold Ridge Or In Estates Lots High n. Baccalaureate Set For 3 P.M. Sunday; -l T'1 eN _

Approximately half of the Commencement Exercises On June 8th
H 2,300 lots In High Ridge estates
ttta Webb Realty A*,

t Lake oclatet Geneva development have been near void Baccalaureate Services for' Lawrence Carroll!, pastor of COMMENCEMENT the graduating class, will give
to date, a spokesman for the the 58 members of the graduating the First Baptist Church of Commencement Exercises. the devotional and brief messages 'title
company, said this week. class of Keystone Heights Keystone Heights. will be held at 7:30: p.m.Thurs will be brought by the
y4'F High School will be held at 3 Scripture readings will be June 8 at
Three-fourths of tile lob day the football Salutatorian and the Valedic-
pjn. Sunday. June 4, In the given by John stadium In
In High Ridge are designated ales or, case of rain torian.
for mobile homes with one- Cm1munltyhureh.. valedictorian; Cindy ,salutatorian In the high school gym.
fourth restricted to conven- The Baccalaureate address, ; and Paul Lelno,pre The commencement address
tional homes.Lots entitled "Where Are You GoIng sident of the Senior Class. will be delivered by Bradford
third of an acre average with most one- ?", will be delivered by Following the service a reception County' Judge Theron A. Yawn Class officers and Paul Lelno, wp'r
ti being 100 x 150 feet. Thirty Rev. Stewart McCord pastor for the graduates, their and diplomas will be presentedby president; Kern Bonner vice
1 miles of sand-clay. roads have of the church. families and friends will be R. T. Lovorn. member of president; Connie Margraves,
The Invocation and benedic- held In the Fellowship) Hall of the Clay County School Board. secretory; and Kendall Turner -
b been Fourteen constructed family In unit the area.have tion will be pronounced by Rev the church. Pete Morgan a member of treasurer. L_ r

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Chicago Connecticut Vermont : : : :: ;""" ; ;; ;;;. '9'" ; < RnnettThompMxiEngagement New Hampshire and. several i
other states. Rotarians ToldLt.
} Wildlife
ToldMr. SSasKeystone By Linda Wharton { ,
I Hili tes Phone 473-4907 Marilyn Mullls, Interpretive grass and other vegetation that
Walrath NamedCommander or 473-4648. naturalist with the Florida animals feed on. Ideal conditions -
and Mrs. Edwin T. Ben- Of i Park Service, Is pictured with for control burning are
nett of Keystone Heights announce -:< Thomas W. Pelllcer, Superin- on days when the humidity Is
the approaching mar- July 4 Events tendent of Gold Head Branch high, and when the wind Is
riage of their daughter Terri WOMEN GOLFERS lows on June 12 at the Lions was called for Monday, May 22, ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPALThe State Park who Introduced her from five to ten miles an hour.
Lynn to Kenneth Hugh Thompson Frank Walrath has been elected INSTALL OFFICERS Club annual Installation Din- at 1 p.m. by the newly elected Rev. Thomas O. Feam- as speaker at the Keystone Lt. Mullls said. This tends to
son of Mr. and Mrs.Daniel to serve as the 1972 Commander Members of the Women's Golf ner: Millie Smith president, president of the Women's ster has been appointed vicar Rotary Club last Friday. .keep the fIre from getting too
Thompson of Starke. of the "Our Country Assn. will Install: the followingnew Kitty McGlave vice president, Society, Mrs. E.R. McLean to of St. Anne's as of June 1 1. He Lt. Mullls who Is the-only hot and damaging trees and
Day" p ( held July officers at their June 1 Nancy O'Donoghue, 2nd vice plan the year's work and set will graduate on June 4 from femal naturalist with the Park other vegetation that should be
The wedding will be an event 4 at gyywBeacbe luncheon meeting: president,: Mary Schaeffer, secretary tentative dates for 1972.73 ac- the University of the South Service showed color slides saved
of June 2 in the Protestant Cha- Also elected at the first Lou Tlmmlns.president:Gloria ; Betty; Zowarka, trea- tivities. School of Theology Sewannee and described the control burning Lt. Mullls said that anyone
pel at Fort Jackson. S. C. meeting of the committee on Rawllngs, vice president; surer, and Phlllls. Massa, tall Plans for the annual Bazaar Tenn. After leaving Louisiana program that was carried wishing to do control burning
May 4 were the following chairmen Lois Walker secretary; Fern twister. with Mrs. Roy Turknett chairman University, he played pro football out for the fIrst time this winter must obtain a permit from the
Miss Bennett Is attending of the various committees: Garber, treasurer. Installing officer will be Walter and Mrs. Thomas Gregory with the Baltimore Colts; on 400 of the 1,500 acres Florida Forest Service before
Keystone Heights High School. Bill Beam Publicity and Advertising There Is a three-way tie for R. (Sonny) Lee, Past District co-chairman were dis entered business for several of Gold Head Branch Park. starting the operation. This Is
; Ken Premo Boat the Ladles' President Cup Govemorfrom Gainesville cussed. The date had been years, then enrolled In the The speaker said that con- In order to be sure that wea-
Mr. Thompson Is presently Racing Everett Fox; Fireworks which will be played off at a wno will also install the new set for Friday, Nov. 3. Theological School. He and his trol burning Is beneficial to ther conditions are suitable for
taking basic training at Fort. Display; Bobby Hall later date. The three who are Lions officers. Mrs. Turknett read the list wife and three daughters will wildlife In the park becauseIt keeping the fire.under control,
Jackson. Boat-a-rama; Jim Zowarka tied for the cup are: Vesta Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc of her chairmen stating that reside In the vicarage of St., improves .the quality of wire she said.
Entertainment Jim Drew. Decorations Alhen Sue Uwyer, and Evelyn :: Glave attended the Springfield the first workshop would be Anne's. .
; Jim Chesslngton Helse. Good luck ladles! Lions Club Jacksonville Mon- held Wednesday, July 12, at 10 The Rev. Wm. I. Jones, vicar -
Fish Fry Jim Wharton and The next meeting will be the day night, Mr. McGlave. a Past a.m. and each Wednesday there- of St. Anne's until June 1"
KII Firemen Ray Starnes, Fund Raising. last of the summer months. District Governor was the after until November 3. each will spend this summer completing -
Name Officers, Following Is the schedule of Activities will resume In Sept speaker on this occasion. circle taking a turn at assist. his work for a Ph. D.,
events: Boat! Racing 2 to 5 ember. ing. The chairman of each Circle end. Mil then be located In the
Set Ball Date DUPLICATE BRIDGE will be notified by Mrs. Episcopal Diocese of Florida. aiWATER
p.m.; Fish Fry:5 to 71 Entertainment GOLF CLUB NEWS Winners for Tuesday. May Turknett as to their working INSTALLATION HELD
5 to II.; Boat-a-rama The Men's President Cup 23, were: First, Mrs. Roland BY GARDEN CLUB
Huntley Redfearn. Jr. was 7 to 8; Awards, 8 p.m.; Fireworks Tournament Is now underway Bryan Mrs. c.; v. Horn; Second day.The OF THE LAKES
re-elected Chief of the Key-. at dark. and will run for four more Mrs. Ray Becker Mrs. Executive Board discussed The Garden Club of the
stone Volunteer Fire Depart- Anyone wishing to enter a weeks Pro Ed Rogers reports Steve Sashoff Third, Mrs. the naming of each Lakes held Its annual lunch
ment at the regular meeting boat In the Boat-a-rama may that defending champIon Sharlotte Rees, Mrs. Gladydls Circle for one of the wonderful -
In May. Others elected at this contact John R. (Bobby) Hall. Jim Powell Bob Hayes, VanNetta; Fourth, Mrs. R.P. women of the Bible, rather eon and Installation of new
time were: 473-4841 Keystone Heights. Bill Cole and Wally'' Mjlhofer Vogh, Miss Iva Hlllyer. than going by numbers as has officers on Thursday May 25, KEYSTONE WORKS
Jim Zowarka. Assistant!! Those who wish to enter the are playing good golf and any Duplicate Bridge will be heldon been the custom In the past. at the Melrose Woman's Club.
Chief; T. Tomllnson and' boat racing events should contact one of them could end up Tuesday, at 10 a.m. every The decision had to be made The following officers were
L. Kuykendall. Captains; C.\ Ken Premo,473-4558,Keystone with the title.Everyone week at the Melrose Womens at this time since the year Installed by Mrs. Mliburn W.
Head and B. McRae, Lieutenants Heights. enjoyed the shrimpand Club. Anyone wishing to play books will go to publication Paulk District IV Director In
: T. Tyer, 1st Air Officer; The 4th of July celebrationwas beer party at the club Sun bring a partner, and a sandwich by June L The names of each an Impressive ceremony: President -' GOOD
T. Brant, Chief Engineer; F. a great success last year day night. for lunch.COMMUNITY are ** follows: Circle 1, Nao- Mrs. Leon Wagner;
Walrath. President;E.O'Brlan and It la expected to be even jnl. Circle 2: Ruth; Circle 3; First Vice President Mrs. Emily LUCK,
Vice President; T.Miller,Treasurer bigger and better this year. LIONK: LLAS TO INSTALL CHURCHA Martha; Circle: 4, t.atllerCIr-; leon; Second Vice President '
; W. Beam secretary.The New officers of the Lion- meeting of the Executive cle 5, Sarah. The Rebeccas Mrs.Francis Meirlck,Secretary GRADS
following were granted ellas will be Installed as fole'Bestto Board of the Community Church and Madonnas remain the same. Mrs.. Jay Ellis; Treasurer -
Mrs. Emory Cooper.
1972-83 honorary; Sheriff membership Jennings Mur-for ':1 Mrs. J. Miller. Wrinkle retiring -.
rhee. Police Officer Jim Rye My Neighbors president, presented the i
gavel and
Trooper Meyers, and Deputites were president's pin to I
WE SHARE Mrs. Wagner, who In turn pre- I
Hank Brunlng, Leonard Jones '
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and D. Burkhalter. .. -- proud Mrs WrinkIe. -
The first "Stuffing Night"will 'g"Erilrumpk..eonld
be held Friday June 2, YOUR Workshops for the FallCon't.
at 7 p.m. at the firehouse. '
The wives of the firemen are ( on next page) ""
Invited and food,wIlbeeerved.l, \4 ) .u a. r"c L-il.i,
The Fireman's Ball will bed. u et*! PRIDE .tC'J... t__ atletl _.aI.. ,, _._.. i. :YN U3ST FEDERAL
held August 28 at the Lions, .; 'Sivirtgf and loan Association ol Stark{
Club, with tickets priced at$5 1912 S.es...
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'The next business meeting
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YOURS... Next problem. (i, i I GOOD LUCK,

HELP KEEP IT THAT \.qt1 And wish you
memorable event '. a time
WAY.BELOTE continuingsuccess. ICO.e when young men and women are

honored for their scholastic efforts -
and achievements. Gradua-
LEONARDSOUTBOARD tion Day is a measure of their

DRUG Clots of 1972- we're determination and diligence .
SLIMS Keystone fixing to wish you a promise to the world of their
STOREW. Height sincere best wishes... maturity and willingness. On this
SHOP Graduation Day we proudly offer
Keep.SmilingFlSHNSTUFF Insurance AgencyInc. and thanks to all of I
.. B. (Bill) B.lot. our congratulations to the Senior
all the way.gU. you for your patronage. Class.

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By Helen Egan officers of the KeystoneHeights
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Woman's Club were Installed KEYSTONE MELROSE
MELROSE WOMAN'S went Secretary, Mrs. Polly range to bring Harry along on Tuesday May 23, at the
CLUB James club days.MELROSE. club house with Mrs. G. R. Flower Show are scheduled for have returned! from a 14-day
The final luncheon Price Treasurer, Mrs. McDowell of the High Springs 'July 20 at the home of Mrs. Caribbean Cruise on the MS BUSINESS DIRECTORY
and 11I"OlI'aID Chltty; Delegate, Mrs. W.H. Wrinkle,
AARP club and on August 24 at Nordic Prince.
tneeting of the President serving as Installing officer They were
Metros The offices of
Woman'! Club was held Allen. aWl to The June 15 outing will be the TOlbert Griffin home. Joined by relatives of Mr.Morgan -
at 12 and Vice President are
noon May, 17 In the clubhouse. be held at 11:30: a.m. at the home Those Installed at this time HnntMMM' for the luncheon ; Walter Hough.. Wilmington -
Mrs. Sinclair Eaton. Past At filled.11:45 few of the husbands of Dr.and Mrs. Lynn TenEyck. were: Mrs. Ralph Barker were Mrs Michael Falkel and Del., and Mi.Mrs.; Robert -
District 5 Director of the Florida Joined the a members for a cov- Members are asked to bring sident; Mrs Kenneth Ltggett; Mrs.Emory: Cooper. Morgan Houston Tex- FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES HARDDWARE-GARDEN
Federation Installed the ered dish luncheon completewith a covered dish and a chair to 1st vice president; Mrs Ed- as. They toured nine islands,
following officers for the sit on. The chapter president ward Timmins, 2nd vice president PERSONALS and reported that a fabulous SLIMS _
new roast turkey prepared by
year Preek ent. Mrs. Albert President Allen.FELLOWSIUP R.F. Simmons will announcethe ; Mrs. Ralph Griffin, secretary Recent /guests of Mrs. Mary time was had by alL. 1HAI'.I..
E. Bachmanm 1st Vice President next meeting and program. ; Mrs.; Jay Ellis corresponding K. Schaeffer were her sister MrsI: Hal Adams honored '
; Mrs Mike Falkel 2nd CLUB secretary; Mrs. Mrs. Anne Fotherglll of PI- Miss Carol Stephenson, bride- FishN' StuffLive
Vice President Mrs John The Fellowship Club'a cov- PERSONALSRev. Fremont Tolles. treasurer; ney Point, Md., and her.aunt. elect of John Sweet with a bridal Bait 6ARMNONTBI
Coleman; Treasurer, Mrs. C. ered dish luncheon will be heldon Milton Scripture is con- Mrs T.L. Norwood, Mrs. 0- Sister Mary Bernard of the luncheon on May 27 at her A complete line ef Hdw.
A. Ford; Secretary, Mrs. L. June 8 at 12:501n the Lions valescing from a heart attack wen' Baker, and Mrs. L. Pat- Sisters of Mercy Order In home In Mlddleburg. CrickottShlnnortWormtMinnows
H. Ten Eyck; and Correspond. Club. about two weeks ago. He and terson, directors. Altoona Pa. During their Florida Miss Gina Massa daughter Moor _
ing Secretary, Mrs. E.L. Hel Game Fun Day Is held on the his .wife had as recent guests Following the Installation, .tour, Mrs Fotherglll of Mr. & Mrs. George Massa, TACKLERODSREELSFISHING Plumbing & Electrical Supp.Gro .
ton. fourth Thursday of each month. their niece Mrs. Ralph Hager, Mrs. Earl Voyles,retiring president Sister Bernard spent several washonored on May 25 witha
On May 25 ten members met at and her husband of Niagara presented the Incoming days In Oklawaha wlh Dr. and miscellaneous shower at the & HUNTING -Tone Fertilizers
MELROSE HOMEMAKERS foe Lions Club for a family, Falls, N.Y. president Mrs. Barker, with Mrs EC. Shryock. Dr. Shryock home of Mrs. Robert Weather- LICENSES AMMUNITION Insecticides
r Mrs. W.H. Allen, presidentof game of bingo, followed by refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Ed Robertaof the president's pin and gavel is Sister Bernard's brother. Ington In Gainesville. Other ICE Hwy 21 N. 200 yd. From
the Melrose Homemakers served by the host Bedford Lake spent four Mrs. Sara McDonald presented Sympathy Is extended to the hostesses were Miss MIckleMulllns. ;Keystone Hgts. 473-4357 Light
presided at the final meeting and (hostess, Ed and Lilly Ro days with their son and family Mrs. Voyles with the past family of J.S. LaCoste who Miss Elaine Vaughnand Koyttone
of the group before the summer berts. at Ocoee: Fla to celebrateMother' president's pin. passed away May 16. Mrs. Caroline Hoover. FURNITUREGIFTSLake Hats. 473.3663TELEVISiON.AR
recess. Day and the Roberts'48th All new officers received cor- Keystone Band members were Mrs. Paley Boyd has returned '
Several members had worked STARKE CLUB NEWS sages. entertained with a picnic at from a trip to Connecticut [ CON!?.
wedding anniversary on Geneva
diligently on a clean-up Job at For the Interest of the Keystone May'18. They also visited DIs- During the social hour punch Crescent Beach on Saturday. where she visited her son TY Service
the clubhouse and grounds In area members of the ney World. Before leaving on and cake, decorated with the May, 27, by the Ba'dAidesand and daughter-in-law. Mr. and CenterQuasi
pre motion for the annual club Senior Citizens Club of Stark, their trip, they enjoyed an anniversary club colors, were served parents of the Band Members Mrs. W>. Boyd, Jr., FurnitureGift "
It was learned that Karl luncheon: with close Frank The Band would like to Mr. & Mrs. J.D. Henderson r
Mrs. Allen gave a fine report Hoist, who has been 111 for friends In Starke. Jones Is still express gratitude to the community enjoyed a visit over the holiday & Candle Shop
''on. the Dress Review held In some time was admitted to Mrs. Dorothy Engeleke of In Alachua General Hospital ; for Its participation: In weekend of their daughter TV STERO
Gainesville on May 17. with 12 Bradford Hospital for a seriesof Melrose Is now situated her following a heart attack. the School Calendar Project. and son-in-law, Mr. it Mrs. GIFTS CAR AND PORTABLE
*:members of the Melrose Club tests. He and is wife have own apartment Cathedral Towers Word has been received that This Is the Band's only money- Charles Lee WUhelm, and TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAL
participating. Louis Kyle has been admittedto making project and It hs been children from Mlamll
been chairmen of the refresh- In Jacksonville. Rev.John Furnltur.
The summer project of Torrence Memorial Hospital most successful. &. Every
the ment committee. M. Flynn of St. Mark's Episcopal Mr. Mrs E.A. Rushtonare
'club will be the remodeling of Calling attention to Keyston- Church In Starke, and Mrs. Lometa Blvd., Room 612-A Miss Cheryl Rider, bride- the proud grandparents ofa Taste And Purse
the kitchen to conform with ers we hope that Marian and Walter !chardsonofthechurch Torrence Calif., for surgery. elect of Richard Martin, was bouncing boy. He was born See Our Candle Display AIR CONDITIONING
the "new face" of the main Harrison Batchelder will be committee assisted In getting Mr. Kyle was stricken suddenlyand honored with a shower by Mrs. Mav 28. In Roswell. Ga. to SALES. !:: & SERVICEnEYSTONE
clubhouse room which was ref back with us soon. Al and Irene furnishings for lk,rotby. his wife Dell, has been Georgia ,,Murrhee, Mrs. Helen the E. A. Eulle( ) Rushtons.Jr. Hwy. 100 E. Lok. Geneva,
cently competely remodeled andS '' Nichols have also been missed Mrs. William Beam Sr. Is placed In a nursing home.Cards Wlldt Mrs. Norma Valldejull. Congratulations. 1 Mi. East of Koyitone Hjt. !:: HEIGHTS.:
redecorated. recently. And now that Harry still In Bradford Hospital at and letters will be appreciated.' Mrs, Cindy McKee. Mrs. Dot There will be an 8:30 mass 473-4651 I
? Mrs. Ruby Wolf was appointed Rosenshlne Is living In Keystone this writing. Her 111 husbandIs Mali for Mrs. Kyle may be Rlgsby, and Mrs. Marge Keif- on June 8 at Sr. Williams' RMLKSTTKRichard: :
% chairman: of the nominating with his daughter and husband, being cared for at heir sent In care of their daughter far, at the home of Mrs. Kelf- Church for lUcky Parades. All MOBILE l HOME. .r
> committee for 1973. Prospec- the Hltchcocks: of Keystone home by Ms son. Bill, Jr., Mrs. Hynds, at 740 W. fer on Lake Geneva. Cake and Seniors and friends are Invited. T. LovornReg. Want to sell your Mobile
J live names presented to her Lake we Keystoners should ar- and family. 214 St.. Apt. 5, In Torrence. punch were served and Cheryl Miss Gladys Tlllls, Keystone Home If ;you have a buyer.
.. received many nice gifts. Heights postmaster attended .Deal Estate Broker Mobile Home Brokers will
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle McMur-
the State Convention of Postmasters arrange ALL financing and
try, Sr. recently entertained In Vero Beach May insurance details for a bro-
I friends and relatives Mr. & 21-23. LAKE PROPERTIES. kerage fee of lJoftl\e(
Mrs. Harold Powell and Edna Mrs R.N. Sunderland hon I telling
RESIDENTIAL price. For more Informationcall
BOYS and Mellon from Mt. Holly' N.J. ored Miss Alana Paul, bride- ,"'."....
elect of their son, Bruce F. MOBILE HOME BROKERSRT.
Ft. Myers. Out of town Sunderland with a tea on Saturday -
friends were Mr. & Mrs. Amtl May 20, Out-of-town 1 BOX 350 J
Miller of GIbbstown, N.J. guests were the honoree's mother Keystone Hgti. 473-3254 MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666
The Area Sympathy Is extended to the ,' Mrs. Wayne Moses, and PHONE 475-1751
Keystone Heights
family of Edwin Rabb who slater Miss Muffet Moses.Thewnddlna Edna Knapper; Astoc.
passed away May 25. will take place on June 4734111
Mrs. Helen Dlttmer has returned 10 In Orlando. Bruce and Alana
to her home In Apple- will reside In Tallahassee
Martha Durbin Atsec.
VALUE 355.00 I ton, Wls. following extended
A NEW BICYCLE, where he will his
senior -
47 .3362
BOYS OR GIRLS visit with her sister, Mrs. Albert -
Bachman. year at FSU. SPACE

A CABIN TENT Bill Bartlett has returned BEAUTY SHOP
$69.95 home after surgery at Alachua FOR LEASE:

p WIN PUP TENT VALUE $18.95 'General is good Hospital to see In him Gainesville.It out and. Nell'sBeauty
about again. Style Shot
: We would like to welcome S.E. McKAY

*r WATE& SKI IS VALUE $29.95 Bob and Margie Wolff as permanent -*, '... ... REALTOR "For a THE: ,YEAR:
residents of Keystone
WALKIE-TALKIE Heights. Bob recently retiredas Keystone rits. 473-4816 lovelier
RADIO VALUE $18.95 captain from the Fire Dept.at you"H.Ights PHONE
the Naval Air Station and HOMESACREAGES ...
II - -7 "1 V1 'Margie*!* retired from'';the 4 I .b. !p r, I {I. rfl 2. t' 1' ,

lair la 4aJir: 8 sail'' fishing Rod & 'Reel "f i ia.lns I ..MOlorslii'Ch vimm-PtvisJlon: Jacksonville.ofAj*nest They' N I' 1t &N o..1.. '<<. L't :,0\1 ,' ",.Y64-63O5 ... '
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\ d tI a a ,r, , front home on Lake Brooklyn.The Ch..lnKt4Zl-487Y: and
You Can Win Any Of These love bug caught up with 1I.L. /cih.f C.rr 473-405S
Cindy Obermark and Don -
k Cotiob. They were married ,I .
BY Saturday, May 20. In Kingston -
Ga. and spent their short nf L:}}}{t t ftf@ii: titiEe..ec.1/iii': : : : : :;::1:: fr@j:: : v:tm' dtiDi:4kvTr 1 1 1 ::::1:1:1:1:1:1::::::::k m:1jj:;':: :1r:::v t 1l}
Getting New SubscribersTO honeymoon on Jekyll Island -
They are now residing on
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Lake Geneva.
THE John Jetts .-::.:.
Col. and Mrs. were :
recent weekend guests of Col.. @! NOWOPEN d
Bradford County TelegraphIn and Mrs, Jim Chesslngton. *

Mm. John Knight spent last :::::: f: '
Your Time weekend with her daughter I
Spare q I II Debbie and son-in-law. Daryl

This Is Not A Rout..Deal All Subscriber Will I '' Johnston Knight also In attended Pensacola.her son's Mrs. Keystone Auto PartsSTATE f

Be Served By Mall. t aTHE'TELCSRAPH Tim KnIgh 'a graduation from I
wy Junior College In Mobile, Ala
CARRIES A REGULAR Daryl will graduate on June k _
r from the University; of West :--
WEEK GET YOU SCOUT TROOP TOGETHER Florida In Pensacola. He and 21
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AND WIN THIS CABIN TENT SLEEPS Debbie will be residing In Keystone -

All Prizes From Mtirlntg'b 4-9x9 FULL ZIPPERED DOOR- I Jim Fox through has Just the summer.returned r:1:: "" :m:::,
50 NEW 1 YEAR SUBSCRIBERS TO THE TELEGRAPH from Miami Beach where he z:::::: HONE Fr- -I- 473-3561 :.::
Hardware In Keysto e AND IT' YOURS. attended a course In Real Estate kf.PFUIINjE
re e re I and ttien took the State r..
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exam to obtain his salesman's [ AUTO PARTS v:
license. Here's nopmg. you {
Here's A List Of What You -- passed, Jlmmyl! NAp
W.B. Dawson Is staying with 1 1 Of 11'AND ACCESSORIES :

his son in Jacksonville after ......,
Can Win< suffering a heart attack and a :::::: ::
brief stay In the hospital. We

Cabin Tent 50 New 1 Year Subscribers c& are return hoping to his he home will In be Keystone able to il

Pup Tent 13 New 1 Year Subscribers In the near future. I II
{ The Mark Of In Auto Parts
Bicycle 38 New 1 Year Subscribers ,,tor The Sigma XI fraternity; and Quality
Baseball Gloves 6 New 1 lear Subscribers / Professors of Geology at the
Tackel Box With $10.00 Worth Of Fishing Gear etli.41 1 University; of Florida had their
You Pick Qut The Gear 11 New 1 Year SubscribersPocket annual party; at the home of .
Mr. & Mn. R. Veazy Walkeron I
Knife .1 New 1 \ ear Snhwihers!
Lake Brooklyn. A pig roa.t..ldIng ,
Water Skiis-20 New 1 Year Subscribers
volley ball and other
Walkie Talkie Radio13 New 1 Year Subscribers activities were enjoyed by all.
Baseball Bats .1 New 1 Year Subscribers BOYS OR GIRLS Mr. Mrs. Maurice D. Mohr RETAIL
Baseball 3 New 1 Year Subscribers are recent newcomers to the ::
Zebco Rod and Reel 10 New 1 Year Subscribers Keystone area. They are now IIII :
residing on White Sand Lake
and are operating a garden and ?:.:sia:.
You VilN E lUIDLESS OF KOWUMJVY NEWSTOHOTHIHEHS hardware store In the Keystone :::::;c
Mrs. Jane Moore Mrs. '
YOU GET! Mary,Beth Erb, and Mrs. Bar- ::'
bara Sullivan honored Miss

Cheryl Rider. daughter of Mr.

Group Together Or Work By Yourself and bride-elect Mrs. Charles of Richard Rider Martin and, MI i Quick Counter Service
with a luncheon, on May 27, I

Contest Will Run To The End Of June I : *fy at Rhett the Gainesville Butch) Fox Country flow Club.In : '

,,".., Thursday from Leeds Ala. for h Here's Good News The NAPA Parade Of Auto Parts Has Come To Keystone. .
GET short visit with his family. He I: Now You Have The Facilities Of The World's
FULL DETAILS FROM 4 Is employed by troy Bridges Largest And Best Automotive Parts j
& Associate : Distributing Organization In Your Own Back Yard Come In To See Our Complete .

Telegraph Representative Saturday Morning At 10 A., )f.:: ''I daughter Miss of Carol Mrs. Frank Stephenson Step, -,:-:: I Line. .;

hen.onncI the late Lea Stephenson DAVID TODD, OIVNER. .

At Mannings Hardware Co. .- Keystone Heights with a was miscellaneous honored on shower May 12 .}

at the Keystone Golf Club by .:
(IN BICYCLE DEPARTMENTHe Jean Fox. Betty; Head, and .{
Betty Zowarka. Out-of-town, :.
Will Supply You With The Necessary Receipts Etc. guests; Included, Mrs. Jerome :,fS
Sweet mother of the bridegroom Go To The Who ou A
So You Can Go To Work Immediately. : ; Am Raines,' maid of Specialist NAP ,
Porto With Tim Seal Of
honor, Boca Raton; and Bar- QualityJUNE
ban Nelson, bridesmaid.Tam- I. .

and Mr.Mr.& &Mrs.Mrs W.Q.H.L. DowUng Morgan "lrf:::: ; :. .r : ... .' .. .... ....... .... .... .' .. ....



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get the job) dome

In Santa FeAn ..

18-month-old baby boy caped when the titter went Inside -
drowned about the house to answer the WE NOW HAVE diamond
was accidently INTERESTED IN BUYING OR nee- '
3:30: pjn. Wednesday, May 24, telephone. AVON SELLING. dies for any make or model O.C. Carne Nursery, FORD MUSTANG 1967forsale.
while at the home of a baby- When she noted the child's stereo player.Dahmer's.DIs- Thousands of Plants Lt slUor Santa Ke Lake. absence, the sitter began CO'NTACTGEORGE count House tf/chg automatic transmission, 289
Identified as Jason Kazlauskl. searching and found the boy In 1:00: P.M. June 3, 1972 Fruit Trees Shade Trees, cubic inches. Radio, heater

son of Mrs. Kathy Kazlaushl of about two feet of water In a locat.d 3/4 Mile N. Of Stark. on 301 ROBERTS) Evergreens. Camellias, $700.00. Phone. after 5:30 964-

the Indian beach section of boat slp| about 2U yaros troll Covt. Surplus, Restaurant Equipment, Stainless Steel l PUMP ..SERVICEWELLS ''Azaleas Roses 7615.

Lake Santa re, the Infant the rear of the house. The child Counters Sinks, Tools Office Equipment Household REAL ESTATE Ness .la ean. .* Plant AftrlllDtlANDSCAPING p tf

marked the third drawing in and had toppled apparently Into the wandered water over oft Good VERY LARGE VARITY PHONE', 964-7826 & PUMPS.

the Keystone Heights area in the top of a low wooden bulk- M MI. S.E. ofSUrk?. Hwy. lOt t, CANOESt' Mohawk, fiberglass
li-nn" than n wpeh.According head at the end of the canal. Something For Ever/on 421 W. MADISON ST. Well. a 2" end up Ftorahonw 8.1.-i8J 16* guide $155| 17-1/2% $170
to the Alachua County Op.n For Inspection plus tax.--Dealer. Gainesville -
Sheriffs office, thechUd'emother The sitter attempted to revive 24 Hr service on all
12tp 6/29
child with mouth to
had left him at the home mouth breathing but without GEORGE RICKS SALVAGEPh. SEWING MACHINE-Cleawed. make.GOULDS NEW X-ll Reducing Plan 42

of a sitter on the southwest side success. The Keystone Heights oiled and adjusted; In .your: MYERS Tablets $3.00 Money Back Gua

of the lake, about half a mile ambulance was called to the 964-5184 Stark hom.,,$5.00.laeunm cleaner JACOZZI PUMPS rantee. Koch Drug Store lOW
from Ike's Fish Camp, while scene and rushed the Infant Cobb Auctioneer. repairs also. All work guarant- 6/22
Col. Wyl i. -
she went to work. The sitter to the Bradford County Hospital .eed. Dennis. E. Coggtns, Phone Florida Pump ServIce

whoso name was not released using artificial respiration 431-1428 tfchg 991 BlanJmp Blvd 1971 KAWASAKI Mark 01; 6,000

by the sheriffs office has an on the way In, but the boy PHONE: 264>560 miles, 500 cc, 60 JI p. $800 LAKE GENEVA

enclosed areas In her yard from was pronounced dead on arri- Oran..... Park, Fla. cash or $200 and take up payments
which the infant apparently es- val at the hospital. CLASSIFIED AD RATES HAVE SEVERAL good black and of $36 mo. Call 431- MOBILE HOME

Deadline for Insertion Monday white TV consoles for sale at 1021 or 431-1466. Itp. SALES
5 p. m. preceding Thursday $10.00 month, Dahmer Discount. CARL BEGGS LOTS FOR SALE Starkt Golf

Shrine Tournament before publication. 5tchg. 622.LARGEST .. Gulf Service & Country Club, ready for CRESCENT BEACH Condominium I 12':! AND 21' lUllUS
building on or for Inves nent.
I - 1 2 and 3.bedroom
PHONE 473-4320
Minimum! Charge $1.75 Trade-in allowanceon used Ports Lots area approximately 1/2 units $24,000 to $4d,000. Club
Draws 144 GolfersThe (Covers 15 words) color sets at Dahmer's Dis- acre and larger. Paved roads house, heated pool. Creston ON ROD It- 100Keyatone
Each word over IS, 84 6/22.. THE FINEST SELECTION OF only 3 minutes from town.
count. 5tchg.: 8 House. P.O. Box 184, Gaines- !lIel/lhlM l Fl...
to p.m.tithe
Call 964-7701 8 s.m.
annual Keystone Shrine 1st Low Net (Men's Dlv.): USED CARSIn ville, phone 372-1602. tp. 6/8

Club Golf Tournament was held T. Russell.Trophy by Home- FOR SALE: 24 new, white fiberglass FAST TV repair, no charge for this whole area FOR RENT12 wide Mobile
Saturday, May 13, at the Key- stead Restaurant.1st corrugated panels, 26"x pick up In City limits Dah WANTEDCook and Waitress, homes outside city: limits. J. n.
stone Golf & Country Club with Low Net (Ladles) Vesta m" $5.00 each. -- 964- mer's Discount. Stchg. 6/22. 24 Hr. Wr.ck.r S.rvlc. taking applications.. Apply at A Hole lit Your Roof and Lynn White. Ph. 9646114or

144 golfers attending. The Aiken. Trophy by Terwlllegar 7663. Itp.PARTTIME. USED Garden Restaurant tfchg .- 964-8799. tf no answer
Slulners served 490 barbecue Motors. PARTS Or A call 964-8874. tfchg
chicken dinners to membersand 2nd Low Net (Men's Div.>>: Hwy. 301 N, Waldo
guests attending. Joe Petrock. Trophy by Key- HELP Wanted: LEW'S FOR RENT-:-'; Furnished apartment ..WHOLENEW
stone State Bank Phone 964-6742. Bill Sherwood. 468.1998 3 rooms and bath. No __ -r WE GIVE SERVICEWe get
Trophy> winners were as follows 2nd Low Net (Ladies): Mae Up. WELDING SHOP single men, children or pets.. 7 results! List your property for
: 1st Leg Winner (Men's Henderson. Trophy by Lake Ge- Phone 964-8021. 2tp. 6/1 sale with us. Call today.

Division) team play: Bob Mc- neva Trailer Park. FOR SALE- Sturdv dln1rur room Whispering Pines .Mptel ROOFJ BILL POWELI, BROKER: 964-
Ioe Handy Johns )) EIder ) FOR RENT- bedroom house 9 by 12 INDOOR and outdoor 6464 964-6810. If/
wayne Longest Drive (Ladles ; Von- table walnut finish, $7. 436 301 S. Phone or chg
and Bill Ho Powell, all of cile Ketch. Trophy by. Bald- N. Walnut St.: or- Inquire at US furnished or unfurnished. Also rugs for $22.95. Dahmers Dis- & J Roofing Co.
!Starke.'fropiy, donated by Key- win Chevrolet. 200 E. Adklns St. 964.8252 I bedroom apt. furnished.,11.ollman. count. 5tchg. 6/22.
stone Heights Shrine Club. Longest Drive (Men's Dlv.), Mootys tf UTILITY TRAILERS ..tfchg. Phone 964-8088 or 473-4735. CONCRETE
Duke West, Trophy by KeystoneSportsmen's Hiway 301: South
(Ladles Division BUILT
1st Leg Winner CUSTOM\
Club. FOR SALE 5,000 BTU Air FOR SALELake side cottageto Work
) Voncllo Ketch. Trophy ELECTRIC
Nearest to Pin (Men's Dlv.),
$65.Call 964-8244. moved 1,000sq.
conditioner be approx.
known the I lazcl Trophy ;
as McKay = BRAZING
F. 11. McKInley. Trophy by 2 tp. 6/1. WELDING ft. aluminum siding. 2 BR, FURNITURE BLOCK BRICK STONE
donated by S. h''. McKay.1st Keystone Motor Parts. SHEET METAL
Low (Men's large family room. Ideal for DRIVE WAYS SIDEWALKS
Cross Division
): Johnny Martin. Tropliy Nearest to Pin(Ladles), Betty & TRAILER HITCHES small family. Buford Mitchell Quality: Home Furnishings VO VO -
Trophy by Manning'sHardware. MOBILE'nOME SALES BLOCK BUILDING
Dcangells. INSTALLED Phone 964-6853. tfchg
by lie loto Drugs.1st Service. Guar work. Call] 0- e> Custom; Draperies .
low Cross(Ladles): Von- High Score. (Men's Dlv.), B. lln's Mobile Horn 3 Sales. Ph. Carpeting FIAT ADDITIONS. PATIO' ,*
clio I Ketch. Trophy known WANTEDUsed furniture, refrigerators -
as .Interiors Victor .
Srlte, Trophy by Mike Hanks. 964-5606. tfchg.IMPORTED by
Stephenson Trophy donatedby washers.
High Score (Ladles): Naomi 1 19IR) Park \\e Orange Park (
Mrs. Fran Stephenson mer's Discount House tf/chg SALES PARTS
by Holiday
2nd low Gross (Men's l>iv.): McKinley Lounge. Trophy TEAKWOOD fur- 2-1/2 to 5 acre- plots N 301 264-9331 tf SERVICE HAMPTON 4 h'
II. .Sthoenlns. Trophy/ by Cunnlngham's niture for sale assorted liv- 468-1677
The Heights Shrine approx. 1/2 ml. out of city "
Gulf. Keystone FOR SALE-Small house and lot. -tom. USED IMPORT CARS /j
ing room dining room and limits.
Club holds Its monthly business
Good location, will sacrifice.
2nd Low Cross (Ladles}) Pa-
dish kitchen. Call 964-8091 for de-
with a covered
meeting For Information call 9648616.4t .
trtclal (Pat) Herman.
Trophy iftlOOtsMoWle
supper on the second Saturday tails. It. RAIFORD 6/8. HARFRED AUTO
known as Lindsay Walker Trophy night of each month excluding 3 BR frame recently painted. Homes WATER FRONT LOTS
| ; donated by Mrs. 1-olsWaI- July and August. 20 Acres In Lawtey Section, conveniently located to IMPORTS, INC. FOR SALE '-
Itor... partly cleared, paved road stores, post office etc.Beau- ,TV sets for rent black and SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES On Crosby Lake and Crosby
509 E.
University '
tiful large yard. white or color by week or Lake Canal.: )Canal 50 feet
f Price $200100: Expando Rooms & Add
Serviol's Held Cancer Society an acre. month at Dahmer's Discount. Gainesville 372-4373 wide, 8 feet deep) Located on
10 tchg. 6/29. On Rooms ,State Road 100, 3 miles West
For E. D. Habb Fund Drive 10 Acres, cleared and fenced Frame House In quiet part Fr. doliv.ry and ..t of Starke Fla. Ideal for vaca-
on U.S. 301hlgh and dry of city. 3 BR. Air Cond.Floor up WANTEDSales lady with gen- tion cottage, mobile home or
Of Keystone Nets $1,581 Furnace, Paved drive, family 100 MILE RADIUS eral office work experience.Must investment.
7 1/2 Acres near Starke paved room, carport. Well kept The Glass Shop have high school educa- prices .tart at$1,295.00. $200

Edwin Donald Rabb, 68, of The recent American Cancer road, well drained and shady. home and yard. Priced for BANK FINANCING tion. De able to type; and have down and $35.00 month for 36

Keystone Heights died Thurs- Society fund drive, sponsoredby quick sale.Brains Glass NWY. 17 North Green Coy. some bookkeeping knowledge. 91l'nf'1 f (8 1/2 % simple Interest -
day May 25:),. in a Gainesville the Woman's Club of Keystone 2 bedroom frame dwelling,very .. Work !5 1/2 hours a week.Write ).
..,. hospital after a short Illness. heights! ""*'ttettad a total tlkg.wtWccutti't.l"psat.audchltRUnk \ r" House-*!...city, 2 BR. For .. '''"':'i' .- T.I. 284-5001 264-7311 "n'V'i' .Telegraph, Drawer.. .-...UC.1J'' 96<..77Q1 8 ajn.;to 9
'1 t A retired employee of Ford of 158140. fence. Inside redecorated. Chain link Starke, 'la..ltPJ p.m.weekdays.tf; '
Motor Co., he was born in Mrs. Ralph P. Barker, area fence. Close to everything. All CARS and TRUCES .'
Monllcello, S. C. on May 15, chairman, expressed gratitude 37 1/2 acres In City..Ideal road and Outside needs some repairs. Installed While-lMVait
1904, and was a member of on behalf of the American Can- railroad for Custom Vinyl I Auto Tops JIMMY MOORE'S
the Methodist Church. cer Society, to the volunteer housing project or mobile BILL POIVELL' BROKER SUN SPORTS 2 Bedroom, I bath, In City, $ SAVE $
Surviving Is his wife, Fran- crusaders and the people of park. City utilities available.A.J. 1017 N. Main G'rill I frame on large lot,nice house r-
Habb and surrounding Thomas, Realtor. Tel. 964-6464
ces Keystone Heights; Keystone Heights FOR
one daughter, Mrs. Norman areas who made the driveso 964-5701. MOORE BOAT Santa Fe Lake 80' lot. Seawall VIED DAVIS'BUICK

Heed, Lexington, Ky.; three successful. Or FOR RENT- air-conditioned YOUR MONEY boat ramp, dock & bath
sons, William, of Cleveland Special thanks were extendedto house, double boat shelter,
deflclcnce a Call
eran's marked cottages on Kingsley Lake.
Ohio; John, of St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. Barker's assistants subject required for the satisfactory \WAYNE\ DOUGLAS 533-2366 after 6. tfchg Starke Ph. 964-5791 small house,' very neat. High > PONTIAC

and Mitchell Rabb, Keystone Mrs. Yvonne Dazey Mrs. Ma- pursuit of an educational ASSOCIATE Outboard AStern dry lot. GMC TRUCKS
I sister Mrs. C. rie and Mrs. Irene Williams Complete "'
Heights Bird
; one objective. Since Its Is to 'A LIT1LI5 RIDE CAN SAVE
\ W. Rolling Jacksonville; and as well as to the fol- fahure. this purpose feature Is 964-6593 REDUCE safe & fast with Go- Drive Service and 70 acres near Hampton on
crusaders prevent Bese Tablets & "water Fiberglass paved road, mostly pasture YOU A LOT"UGREEN
seven grandchildren. lowing area : not available to those who wish E-Vap Repair. Complete -
\, Funeral services were held Terry Kuras, Fern Hanson, only to Improve their acade- pills."Andrews Pharmacy Repair. Custom- COVE SPRINGS**
at 4 p.m. Saturday In the Mon- Ruby Wolfe, Edle Add Lillian 7tp 6/15 Frame Duplex apt., good lo-
mic standing. Fishing
\ ticello, S. C. Methodist Church. Norwood, Thelma Wallace, Eligible are those veteransor SAVE built Fiberglass cation. Good Income property.
Interment in the church Dodle Koons Kay Sullivan. Boats.
was enrolled under SEWING: MACHINE: REPAIRS
cemetery under direction of Marguerite Quagllano, Lena servicemen GI Bill In postsecondaryabove Thos..Uonfl'!.. Distance IF YOU RENT OR IF YOU 5 acres, 660 on paved road AND PARTS HOUSE CALLS

Pope Funeral Home. DeWitt Clemens, Reggie Schuber Dee- the( high school) training at ;.. PJh.on.CdlU BUY YOU PAY FOR THE by 330' deep. High dry. ,
C. Jones Funeral Home of Key- cle Bartlett Emily Ison, Ann educational institution __ w. now handle air link, SHOP WORK
stone Heights was In chargeof McLean, Marie Baker Mary an approved on a half-time or more tickets, cruises, and taU .. HOME YOU OCCUPY EMPLOYMENT Radiotelephone 3 bedroom homo in City, 1 ALL WORK GUARANTEED
for Florida
arrangements. Finley, Janie Wiles Mary Schaeffer operator bath kitchen, living & dining
Ann Naples, Llllle Roberts basis. The school must certify We offer a special package W, Make It So Easy To Own t Game & Fresh Water Fish Com- area screened porch needs (
Marie that tutorial help Is needed to mission, Starke, Fla., 3 days Country :
Candy Packard, Now Or Used some repairs.
avoid falling a course whichis Tour of N.w Ham. .
Connie per week. Interviews Friday.
VET NEWSOn Wrinkle Patty Drew
Roberts, Sarah Hallman, Elea-' an essential. part of the pro- Disney World 12' w d.s 24' wldos June 2, at Fla., Game Fresh 3 bedroom house, 1 bath. Ex- Coiner II

nor Forsyth Rita Marshall gram.Steps toward getting tutor- Call 964-7449 N.w .Usod R.pos Water Fish Office Commission, 10 a.m.Communication 106S. cellent location. Central air- -1,1/1...eeCOLLECTOR'S
lot in
a direct loan applicationto Irene Weir Aughtry Vance. very large corner City;
Dot Rowe. Mildred Lovorn Ing are: TOWN FINANCE CO. To 12 Thompson St., Starke. Fla
the Veteran's Administration 1) Discuss the matter with Up Years To Pay ITEMS.
for VA home loons, referral Joye Strickland, Nell White teacher In the courseor / Moans low low Itchg. Large house furnished '
the A
letters from private Mattie KIngsbury, Marge Kie- where there is a P.O. Box 22A N. Temole Payments will sleep 15-20 people on BRIC BRAC

lenders are no longer required fer, Fran Turknett Katherine courses danger of failure. W. River Ocala National or- \V\ Mi. N. of. Keystone
present Trade For
,. according to W. B. Singletary, Jeanne Andrews. 2)) If tutoring to prevent failure FLOOR Anything PEACHES est. State Rd. 100
Culber- LINOLEUM Covering Billy Goats To
Mackall director of Veterans Louise Baker, Betty Battleships.
consult school Bill
and Myra Rye. necessary 6x9 S3.19: 9 x 12 $5.98; Jo Brunofsky, Owner
Affairs for F lorida.In son,
the VA's letter to the authorities qualification or, availability counselor as and to :12 x 12 U.50; 12 x 15 only ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOME! tJ-PICK 10 acres, with heavy growth Phone 473-3483 <

veteran requesting the home 14.95 many patterns and of pines near Lawtey.
satisfied the placement with scheduling of tutoring. colors. Dahmer' Discount Orange Av.. (U.S. 17))
loan, the veteran Is informed 3) Arrange for tutoring ser- Phon. 284-5439 SJ.L'O; PER BC.
lender cannot be tfchg. GEORGE ROBERTS
the private
"If return the applicationand
you certified
vices by tutors as
affected, a direct loan( commitment Green Covo Springs, Fla. 1/4 INSURANCEAT
we (the VA) determine a qualified by the school. Mil. Wet REAL ESTATE
loan may be approved, we will will be Issued to the Questions on tutorial assis- Of Florohom. REDUCED RATES
take no further action on your veteran applicant.The tance be directed to SEWING PHONE .964-7826
case until It has been referred new procedure will expedite Mackall may by writing him at P.O. PUMPSNEW Highway 100 421 W. MADISON ST. AUTO, FIRE, BOAT

to private lenders for processing of direct Box 1437 St. Petersburg, Fla. MACHINE DOYLE E. CONNER
consideration as a loan the loans and have housing avail- Phone 659-2346
33731. or by vlsitinsr a I local INSURANCE AGENCY
VA would guarantee.The able to veteran either with a County Veteran Service Officer AND USED
guaranteed or direct loan. Sales and Service tchg.
office of the Vet-
veteran, according to Questions may be directedto or any SALES MARTIN CAMPERSU.S.
Mackall, should take this delay Mackall at Post Office Box erans Administration. PFAFF ELNA!
into account in his dealIngs 1437, St. Petersburg a local New Homes 90 West, Lake City
with the seller of the county veteran service officer Phone
property and his broker or or contact any office .of the WHITE Deep and Shallow. Wells BEAUTY REST 752-3723 ter Brown
agent. Mackall advises that all VA. Water Softeners and FLEA MARKETOn For Beat Selection Of
: direct loan applications will $49:50 up FillersPlumbing
be processed to the point of Publlc Law 91-219. effective U.S. 1-South Of TRAVEL TRAILER'SMINI.HOMES ..
a letter of approval. not liberalized Parts & Repairs; on .
issuing March 26, 1970, only Supplies Jacksonville At BayardPH
I The Loan Cuananty Division of CI educational bene- all other Make Mar TRUCK CAMPERSAND

I the VA, Jacksonville Florida fits but provided "tutorial as- chines.NATIONAL. EXPERT SERVICE ON 268.7712 TOPPERSFull Volk.wapnIfe"
will then refer the case to sistance" designed to care for t !For Reservation

at least three lending Institutions ,special needs of certain veterans ALL MAKES Open Every SAT& SUN Line Of Parts And a Uu1Half.
J with private lenders and says W.B. Mackall, dir- =' ,vM tr PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE 9-6 Serviceapplications. .
\ an 11-day suspense Is estab- ector of Florida's Division of era 611 W. Unlr. Av. lenVIII
And Snack
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I I lished. Veterans Attain.Tutorial .
If, after the suspense date assistance provides Gainesville; Florida PUMP & SUPPLY CO. Surrounded By 14 Antique IMLNorlkefTtoManOAINXIvniJE

j has. passed, and, the VA Is special help to overcome vet- O781355BRADFORD Collector PARADISEOLIN'S "1'JII& ) foi :
5 Blocks North
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: B & F Electrical l & Equipment Co. I S'a MOBILE HOMI'SALESSe"ke New Brick Stand* 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repaired

'a +r wr'wd COUNT!if Bedroom Homes and cleaned a( Dahmors Ms-

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Industrial, Commercial and Residential When you buy a mobile home, low Down Payfusnd.Moderate "* i INTERIOR Exterior painting

NEW AND USED CONTROLS you should consider quality Monthly done well at reasonable price.
GO-TOCETHERS Color-co- 964.6305 price and service. ...., Pa7mentaLONGCHAMP Call 964.5606a1terlp.m.Uchg..
MOTORS AND SWITCH EQUIPMENT I ordinated cottons team up for We give all three and IUIU'I I
the young costume look. The PrlnUne-Office Supplies antee to beat any; advertised .= HOMES FOR SALE
24-Hour Service I Aline coat of firewscon red price. Hybrid dayliltef.
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