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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 8, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.... Bradford residents, outside the ,City

'ladloatloas of Starke may have a chance to determine

Tuesday might were that GJ. No Information once and for all this fall whether they I I

the Board of Adjustment want to pay for fire proteotlon, the Coun-

;,, for the City of I II. ty Commission Indicated Monday.

Starke will sooner I. ,
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I EmbarrassingTo Tentative plans were madeto Green chief of the Bradford
or later, taokle the 1' :R 1l 1 ask residents to vote on County, Volunteer Fire Depart-
problem of rezoning l' the Issue in the September primary ment, told the commission the
Choices offered will be
26-member group must have
the olty to restrict : for full time, part time, or financial] support or close Its
location of mobile School Bd. no fire protection at all, and doors.
:: homes in' certain r ri yl whether residents are willing "If the people don't feel ilk.we're .
: !i F Fih..r to pay 50 cents per month, collected worth It, why we'll closeup
", t areas. on utility bills, for the and go to the house," Chief
I ''I ; [It's. embarrassing to be )policy bllndlj?;" Sawyer asked, protection.The Green said after filling the
"It's sometxxty's problem. caught b) a person on the street pointing out the board needs to action after Harry commission in on the fire department's -
came
guess we'll handle It, ,aidA ii about something that happenedin be Informed to establish poll- financial problemsand
J. Thomas Sr., one mem- J ;: L the school system and not cy'. resulting lack of equipment
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ber of the 5-man adjustment) 2 ,
know anything about It,' mem \s an example a board mem- and operating funds. t
board. Thomas also appearedas bers of the Board of, I Public ber referred to the approvalfor
a representative of a Hollywood Instruction have told Supt. Tom ,continuing contract of a Legal "\\'c want to help you, to
couple considering a move I Casey. teacher with. two ear's exper- serve you, but It has come to
to Starke. the point where we'll have to
In
made' ience Kradford County and
little head-
Thomas said the couple, Mr. But they make some arrangements"
with a former continuing
and Mrs. Francis Paul, are way In finding a method of becoming con- Croon: said of his volunteers
in Macliiia
tract County. Supt.
E Tangle
Lake better informed about wl o have operated for three
considering property on : )
Case recommended the tea-
in the school
what goes on sys
which with donations and
Street on a mobile: home cher for CC status here, but tears money ,
Each suggestion was too
tem.
; raised In fund drives various
has previously been parked.If the board was time consuming on somebody'sBoard
the !' e property, they knew nothing J about the t 9tt;:'
.Thomas askedLuy\ council is rr'I part. :Member Charles Sawyer person. ,". -. Delays county; should pay dIe
mobile month to month
It legal to place another operating expenses -
home on t the ',!It where one asked Supt. Casey If a "I don't hire and fire, you of Ole volunteer depart-
was located '.nd Where utility I iiii.LCounty 'A 1 i staff member could phone board do," Casey told tho board. ment, Green said he reels. Then
t members when something unusual Budget
stubs remalttpvel W1bleThe ? \, .,, happens. SaW'ctsaldhe'd'be "That's 'm)' point!" Sawyerquickly tide raised volunteers various could drives use to funds purchase -

council was uncertainbut ,.., .. willing to call 'one -other stated. "It's awfully! needed equipment.
finally okayed) a traileron board member. hard to make decisions without
the site since one had pre- Superintendent Tom Coey i Is busy flipping tailed and shaking hands Monday ,"'Supt. Casey, In turn, suggest- the proper Information" ,\ legal. tangle Involving who .\ $4,010 annual operating budget
i vlously been located there. ed a weekly! Information sesTon will pay what In the operation was presented to the com-
.' .. Clerk Merrill Edwards said night during Graduation, of the 1972 Senior at BHS. .* but Board Member' John In other action Tuesday', the ,of the new county court system mission. Green, said the depart-
he had been told by' Board off jO. 'Jtiompson' said that would con"SunwiorrmuchlUmci' School Board: has prompted Clerk Clb ment has raised about $E(G.QOOIn
, 'I Adjustment Chairman! John To-,, ;, .., '", ,'. ., ; 4...u.Ctm, t'f' ,:. -... 'r" 1'\\ ,. .1v *, Ekyn: : .,,' !, : ': '.' "iSAccepted: 'ftve',1>Ids'' ranging, t",Brawn imrwK: l :,"t''MM'." J"various"drives' ;;BulleiMt'IV' ; ;
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_It'( rode not to Issue'permits for .- -'"ftpllA*, Vi" 1\"TH'4J\ ;'''k V"* .Casey concerned that from ":tOOO to-$14 800 for de-. ....,<_t Vnsloa bf preparing Bradford's} \ 'has been used I for operating ex"
-tanymore mobile homes until / ff't became molltion of old 'C' Building, ]972-73 budget;, 'penses. *. _
''vt r %. the. board was stepping Into his A $13,000 outlay Is needed
s the adjustment board. can take for many years the main com- "night at this time It isvery ,
\dmlnlstratlve area, as op- Green said, to equip the department -
action. at Bradford Sawyer
plex hUgh !; knows what
Nobody
posed to the board's policymaking vague.
For years the city has oper- S suggested the board award we're going to get," Brown adequately.Equipment::
ated on the premise of locatinga tuentsChallenged purvey tho contract to the lowest bid- told the County Commission Is needed for a fourth truck donated -
mobile homeanywhere, the "There's a difference In ad- der who will sign a perfor- !Monday He recently spent two / by the state, $3,000 Is
lone contingent.);;being permission ministration and pollcj," Casey mance contract and who will days In Tallahassee where state needed for a new county wide
of two-thirds.& of the owners said when board members be financial! able to pay damages officials told clerks they had alert system, and a building
of property lying within suggested that If Informed, should demolition of the no Information on what pardons Is'needed to house the deportment -
200 feet q( tha4 trailer lot board members might keep old building damage the new of the new court system and its four trucks.
That rule bail teen used for By Mayor Tanzler"What some complainers from the su- building adjacent to It. The the state will pay for, and \ Volunteer department Is
both private (fr ,( ers and In perintendent's office. board agreed and Attorney which portions the county will effective, Green; said: in spite
'establishing, mqblle' home "They belong In m>' office," Gene Shaw was asked to pre- have to finance of the minutes it takes for
parks, according to City; Clerk Casey said, meaning com- pare such a contract. The board readily agreed to them to get to the fire house

Merrill. Edwards.. ,/ plaints fall within his admin- request an extension, which and,get a truck rolling
'Ii a dreary world this Something to Give you" and Circumstances. and the recessional -Was told by Supt, Casey
Section 1 Bpf: Chapter 12 would be If education preparedus "You've Got "Processional istrative area."Agreed could delay budget preparationuntil But he said a full time fire
of the Clty's ,Code of Ordin- only to accept and not to Supt. TL a Casey Friend.was in March" for the 1972 graduates. But are we to set (See Page 10)) ,August Usually: county!; department with men on duty
ances says \ "It shall be unlawful adventure; only to agree and charge of the presentation of budgets are'prepared in Julyand around the clock Is the most
adopted at the August
within the limits of the not to disagree," Jacksonville the diplomas. effective method of fire protection
city, for any pe to park Mayor Hans Tanzler told the Ten junior classmen were meeting. In contrast t to the part
Brown and CleikVirginia
Deputy
or occupy any mouse traileron 1972 graduating class of Brad- ushers ,and usherettes for the time protection the volunteersnow
premises of,.any, occupied ford High School Monday night. graduation night festivities Darby received permission afford. In that type of operation -
.' lot which to attend a cnuntyclerk's !; truck roll in less
dwelling or.; on any Tanzler also a can
Mayor asked: ,
Is not a Bart, of the premises "What a dreary world this } association meeting in
"Are you aware that more Cocoa: Beach June 14-16 where ((5.. Page 10))
of any j occupied dwelling, would be if there were no moun- scientific been
has
either of which li, situated out- tains to climb, .no problems to made In the progress last 20 years of they hope to learn more about
the financial changes.In .
side an approved trailer park, solve, no dissatisfied and angry f.lifetime, than has been
unless two-thirds of the property young men," pointed out
owners'of property; lyIng Mayor Tanzler. made In all of the thousands A.AP other action Monday, the TriestTo
within 200 tent of said proposed years of history of this world Commission:
trailerilte's outside "How much sweeter successIs combined ll dd
-\ireed to Inspect a graded
In direc- when It is won In the kind of "We still can't live In peace- Build
boundary lines every road In Graham which one resident -
battle where others are skeptical ful coexistence between nations
,
tion of tiieproperty;; { shall consent wants straightened and
to same In writing. The of your chances, and think between races and religions, moved off his and
property Market
of how much greater the gains and between We
said two-third of the property men. still others want to maKe certain
when success Is wrestled don't have the solution to
at least No decision was
; owners shall?:own stays open.
one-half of the property )lying of die makings of failure cancer, taxes, mass transportation reached Monday, however
Triest Construction Co. of
urban growth, crime 3
Senior Class President Jim-
(See P"ge 10)) Joe Andrews was the Mas- and law enforcement, and even --Withheld a pproval on a Keystone Heights was awardeda
my ter of Ceremonies.The the economical disposition of subdivided plat owned by contract Tuesday by the State
Invocation and benediction solid waste and garbage is Floyd Wiggins at the Intersec- Cabinet for construction of a
totally without a solution. tion of SIi-100 and SR-223 west new State Farmers Market at
Prison were Chaplain given by Florida. Reverend State The BIIS band played the of Starke. At Surveyor MerrillM Starke on a low bid of $66,444.The .

OI eOYA IIarirry (! Norman Redding. processional "Pomp, and cMlllan's suggestion the old market was destroyed
board appointed him countysurveyor by fire about two '
years ago.
BUS! principal Charles Fran- I : and agreed that both Ernest Triest.' successfulbidder
cis was in charge of the presentation Cars HitHead'on he and County Attorney Gene said yesterday that he
of awards and scho Shaw should sign each new plat had not received official notification -
larships. they approve. Under: a new of award of the con-
Becky Jackson, salutatorian state law a surveyor and attorney tract from General Servicesand
and Bonnie Trisler Valedictorian M.i-- must approve all plats therefore could not say
I gave the welcome and Six persons escaped InjuriesIn before they are passed by the when actual construction of
farewell addresses. 'a head on collision one mile commission the new market would begin. ;
"The New Frontiersman"Bob north of Starke off US-301 on Negotiated! 'a new contractfor
( Edwards, Don Hardy, and Morris Road, according to the woodsland fire protectionwith The structure will be a pre-
Mike Hanks) sang, "We've Got Florida Highway Patrol. the Florida Division of engineered steel building erec-
LUNCHES! f 0N ORDER Leland Durrel Morris, 25, Forestry. The contract is for ted on a concrete slab founda-
EACH I FRIDAY' of Starke was driving his 1971 Truck BurnsTwo three cents per acre for 133- tion, built to dock height It
AATVHESERVICECENTER Rainfall Toyota north on Morris Road Potato 717 acres, which totals Just will have enclosed. office area
May while Thomas Eugene Webb, $21 more than the former a- and rest rooms and will be
NEttoH8'RHOOD 20, of Lawtey was driving his greement. The commission equipped with three coolersone -
Tops AverageBy 1964 Ford. south on the same teenaged boys received minor burns Tuesday when this Gordon's Potato Chip quickly approved the new agreement new cooler, and two which
route and both cars collided van caught fire at the Starke dump and completely burned. and gave It to District will be moved here from Im-
(Ol5 Rj| School) 11 InchesSix head on at 3:15: p.m. Forester A.C. McCullers mokalee. The building will be
Damages to Webb's Ford Mike and Joey Branson had to leap through flames] to escape from the back of) the truck of Gainesville.Was 50 feet wide and 152 feet long.
S f fires destroyed 21 acres 'were estimated at $200. !Mor from which they were unloading empty boxes. The truck was backed too close to burning -- told by Sanitarian
For Benefit ofh6tchfng in May bringing the total for ris's Toyota came out of the debris at the dump, city sources say Flames walled the youths In while they were still Jack Trawlck that although a

FundFor'6redfford the year to 45 fires which wreck with $350 In estimated throwing trash from the truck. state Senate bill transferring Supper Set Sat

; County burned 298 acres In Bradford damages, according to Trooper Joey ,Branson was treated for minor burns In the emergency' room at Bradford County; administration of the Mosquito -
Doy 'Coll. Center County.. K. G. Etheridge Hospital and Mike also had minor burns, according to City Patrolman Mervin Jackson Control Unit from the Division By Union RidersThe
I In 10.66 There was one occupant In of Health to the Air
May, Inches feU Several hundred dollars In merchandise burned In the mishap In addition to the truck
on Bradford County; with no the car with Morris, Marian Firemen put out the flames but the truck was too far gone when they arrived. and Water Pollution Control
Please1': Phone 964-5689 measurable rain over last Gay Young 16, of Starke. Occupants Board In Jacksonville failed Union County Riding Club
week. In the car with Webb to pass, Gov. Reubln Askew plans a chicken supper satur-

... Bradford has a total of 32.14 were Jennifer Heaton, William has issued an executive order day, June 10, at 6 pjn. to
.. Inches from the beginning of Heaton and William Heaton Jr., County Grades Total 222 ML effecting that change. Tra which current members whose
the year. This Is 11.56 Inches all of Starke. wick said he doesn'Mmow what membership runs from June U
thet (Ji! mmunltJ! above the average 20.58 at Morris was traveling at a- effect that will have on the operation 1972 until May 31, 1972, will
&air dankAwu.b. this time of the year. bout 10 mph and Webb was There are 222 miles gra- office. the width of each road. of the unit, be admitted'. free of charge.
The Division of moving at 15 mph ded roads In Bradford County commission lndormed Non > members will be
Forestry reminds Pinning down that number was The county; Is attempting to keep the
Etheridge reported that contributing according to a surveyrecently not the of new Information he receives. charged adults $1 1 and children
main the
: ". all people to get a burn reason for secure not less than a 50 foot
": Ud u.' circumstances to the '' Arch 75 cents.
., Tt.7a..0 M.red ing permit It can be obtained accident was earless driving. completed by survey however. The County; right of way on roads It main- Trawlck said the Suwmmee The horse show
a..M _t-: .' Ellington retired road depart- Commission was Interested In tains. That has been a at7:30pjm
by phoning the Division at 964- There were no arrests made ment employee, and Miss Don locating, exactly: where all policy River Valley Authority& ; recen- li free to everyone and baa
5438, by Ettiridge after the accident na Bryan of the county clerk'sElillIllil grade go and In measuringiiiiiiii (See P.g.10)) (See Page 10)) a $1 entry fee for contestants.



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r Rev. and !Mrs.\ W. A, Hogan
. 4. 1M4ii Members of the Methodist + First Baptist' BAS gra were honored at a covered dish we.ytt
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and Wesleyan Service duates were honored at the luncheon Tuesday noon at the ,
!' Guild honored the BHS gra- Sunday morning service last church given by the W. !M.\ L'. 1 p
:::; f1J) duates of the church at a dinner Sunday and were presented with of the First Baptist Church.

J' party Sunday noon at tne New Testaments The group, Decorating the dining tables
i: John Torode home. wore caps and l goWns.[-' to the and points of Interest In the
The buffet table was cen- service.At church fellowship hall were col-
4t t tered with a red and gold car- orful arrangements of mixed

nation arrangement centered flowers .
+ / I with a big red owl a candle 5 p.m. on Sunday the gra- summer ;
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with a graduation capon It.This w Jr r :+ S duates were honored at a supper Rev. W.,JJ. Johnson; chaplain
at the Garden Rest-
was balanced by smaller owls party of Florida State Prison gave
down the length of the table. aurant. The head of the T- the Invocation. Mrs.W,B. Mun

# Th r dining tables were set up shaped dining table was cen- dy, director, presided. Mrs.!\
4: j on the porch and an 'appropriate f Iar V r tered with a with blue gold and gold candles.arrangement L., N. Pickering and !Mrs.\ J. t

book gift placed A. Griffin dedicated a read-
was at
Down the length of the side
each setting of the graduates. Dr. Clot Jean Mundy (lei) and Mrs. W.B. Mundy. tables was a garland of ferninterspersed Ing to the (logons "Tills Is /
Forsyth-Smith Honored at this occasionwere with and your Life". Mr. and Mrs. William Eilantdrj4cRaeMr
Beverly Strunk Mor- yellow Janet K. AdamsTo George Mrs. Don Neel!
Wedding Held gan Richard Roberta. Leo Dr. Clair Jean Mundy Honored gold day lilies. Place cards and Mrs. Myra, Williams told JiMrsJ< ) Carl T, El-
carried the blue and
out Hall
gold Wed
Hardenbrook. Kay Turner Helen Mr. of their experiences working 'land announce''tfio' engagementof
4I At t Afternoon theme for the 12 graduates
At t NAS ChapelYvonno Jane Long, Richard Torode Reception Sunday On )15th with Rev. and Mrs. Hogan for their daughter Sharon &is-

Mike White, David Walnwrlght Others attending Rev. July the past nine years. Other assisting Anne, to Midhagl l James Mc-
were
J, Forsyth and'J Immle Linda Powell and Joe Scanlan. Dr. Clair Jean Mundy was Francis Cannon Tallahassee. 'and Mrs. WA. Hogan/ Jimmy Janet Katherine Adams, on the program 'were Rae, son of Mrldnd Mrs.James
H. Smith Jr. were married Assisting Mrs. Torode In honored at a reception Sunday Presiding at the punch bowlsat Crosby, Sunday School daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. B. Johnson Mrs. Garl f E.,: McRae.
super
I on May 18 at the"NAS' serving were Mrs. Charles afternoon from 4 to 5:30: o'- Intervals were Mrs. Byron intendent.' and Mrs Crosby, Gene D. Adams, of Keystone Mathews and Mrs. I E, hardy Wedding "plans'will t be announced -

Chapel In Jacksonville $twlth Sawyer and Mrs. F.W. Strick clock at the Holiday Inn, given Mcintyre of Ponte Vedra Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sterner, ,Heights, and Dennis Kyle Hall Several gave testimonies of how later. IAloin
-: Chaplain Robort B. Luebke of- much and Mis. !Hogan ufoi
,land. by her mother Mrs. W. B. Mrs. Harold Monk of Mount Rev
: Lewis Garner and Mrs. Sel- son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall
: .;, ficiating. Bambrtdge >< Mundy and aunt Mrs Guy: Dora. Mrs. G. J. McGriff, Sr., eta Thomas, teachers in the Sr. of Theressa, will be united meant to the church and community BIRTHSBradford"
Mrs. Eriann provided II. Sale. Mrs. H. L, Speer, Mr. Kate Senior .
Department. In 15 In the
marriage on July
a program of nuptial:mu- First Christian Dr. Mundy received her degree Sheppard Mrs. Paul Bridges, Church Mrs. L, G. Powell presenteda
Community Keystone
sic.' VW.1iThe In education from Columbia Mrs. A. Y. Covington, and Mrs Heights. beautiful permanent floral -''County; Hospital
4I bride, daughter o"Mrs. Swimming Party University, New York City W. H. Hart. Crawford-Ramsey Miss Adams Is graduate orKey.tone arrangement of summer flowers announces'0>e.following births:
Loretta Forsyth of Orange on May 18, where she majored Also assisting In caring for a School from the W. M. U, to Rev. Mr. and 1\t'/t[ / Erman Chester
Heights High
Lake and Otis Porsyth of Hampton the and Mrs. Hogan for their'new Leavitt Jr.f'a'fton' Cory
In Therapeauttc Recreation. guests were Mrs. Aimee : James
Sixteen children and nine class of 1971 and Is employedat
i was given in marriage Greeting guests at the door Prandl.Mrs. J. E. Hardy.Mrs.C. Margie! Ramsey and F.M. home In Pensacola where they June 3.Mr. .
adults of the First Christian the University of Florida.
by Jimmy R. Smith Sr.'f: (Buddy) Crawford
unitedIn will June 27.
at Intervals were Mrs. J. A. were move and Mrs.Ronald William
swim G. Hill Mrs. Red- Hall/ Is
Jimmy Mr. 1970
parlyand
Church enjoyed a a graduate
For her wedding the bride marriage on May 29 In Kings- Lex Green closed the \
Griffin, Mrs. C. II. Naswor- pro- Noegel, Kttfrke, a daughter
ptcmc Saturday at Ana-. dish, Mrs. A. G. Loudon Mrs. of BItS and Is employed with
AI: wore dress a with street lace length bodice, A-line" -and tasla State Park, St. Augus- thy Mrs. Lox Green and Mrs. Robbie Snaller!,' Mrs. L. F. land. Ca. W.W. Cay in Gainesville. gram with prayer. Amy Lee, .J hind.,fy'
J. W. KIncald. Standing In the
tine Dinkins, and I' rs. L. N. Pic
sleeves. _
**u receiving line were Mrs.Char-
Accompanlng the young folk kering.
Miss Anita Forsyth attended -
ley Johns, Mrs. J. H. DuPre
were Mr. and Mrs.Gerald Crif- Out-of-town guests Included
her sister as maid! i of
Mrs. Mundy Dr. Mundy, Mrs.Sale .
fie. Miss Betty Jane Morgan Charley Mundy, uncle of the
honor."i> !'
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Y Esther Sanders Mr. and and Mrs. Carl Sapp. honoree, and Mr. and Mrs. Stark Plaza :
Mrs. ,
:.S.::. The groom son of MjWfuid Mrs. J. C. Brown, and Mr., The tea table was covered Murriel Mundy and son Bill Men. Frl 9.6 CARPS Dept.SforSALEJJAYS'
; Mrs. Jimmie R. Smith fir, of 2 ;
Graham, was attended by Cur and Mrs. Jim Faulkner. with an imported linen cloth of Athens, Ga.i Mrs i'aroldMonk. Sot 9-7 ; ;
v with Insets of Pont de Venice Mount Dora Miss Keith Sun 1.6 ( .
ji tis Forsyth, brother of tho
'lace, and was centered with
Panama
Gass, City Miss Paula
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A bride. Ushers were Robert M. lOTkA
an arrangement of baby blue
BHS GraduatesPlan Mullins S. C. Miss
Rogers, ;
Smith brother of the groom,
English stock, baby's breath
Adrian Kazarian, Orlando; Dr. 2nd. GIGANTIC WEE
4! and James M. Sceples, brother-
..' in-law of the groom. All Night white Fuji mums and bridal Francis Cannon, Mrs George NMW .8lM
white

',-..:. and After Texas a trip, the to couple Daytona will Beach live Disney Party covered The roses.two with punch white tables linen cloths were Edmund mer Marshall, Tallahassee Brewer and Mrs.and; Mr.Betty daughters and Mrs.Pal-, ONCE-A-YEAR SPECIAL SAVINGS !

In Hawaii where the groom Is
and centered with silver
stationed with the U.S. Army. Members of the 1972 graduating punch Daytona Beach; Mr. and Mrs.
bowls encircled with
4 greeneryand Byron Mcintyre Ponte Vedra
class BUS
of will
enjoy an
.1S$ Fuji mums. Panels of tell
all night party at Disney Beach, Mrs. Mcintyre,
greenery were on the wall behind -
World leaving the school park- Mrs. Ann Mitchell, Murel Co-

ty,mo ry,P.(fJ.I/A, 'ft 8.: : vvln'. .4haoolob..rral\llll-the punch. tables.. w her Mh., 'D'Fred: It: Qllllngham Kuchjer, anct Mr.'\ lra and.

Highlights Rotary ; Tbope. ment of white gladioli yellow James Hedges Jacksonville
.> 9 a.m. Tuesday. June- 13. f >
chrysanthemums baby breath. t .Mr. and Mrs. Charles .*
Bostlck,
( going on the far
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Ladies Night ." j so\ t the 'paAtt"k I"anct.t1tbNporrworti.l.rangement: >jA Misses Hazel and Elizabeth
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:. v mmet" of red roses was Phillips, Mrs. John Thornton, .
.. p.m.The In the entrance hall. -
wr
A remarkable demonstration graduating parties are a Mr. and Mrs. Joe Casey, Miss-
Mrs. John Sapp kept the
of control Disney tradition guest es Kathy and Melanie Green M
memory given by started Disneyland -
: John Curiie, "The \Vemyry In California, and now book at a table of white holding an arrangement Irvan Covlngton, Gainesville; IR BOYS AND BOYS & ,m
rosebuds.
;
Man," highlighted the tfrogiUm offered at Disney World near Presiding at the silver coffee Miss Kathryn Epperson Mr. ERM-PRESS SHIRTS
at the annual Ladles Night ban- Orlando for the first time.High Georgia Watson and Mr. and 4 '.J Perm Press Spat ar
'!/ quet of the Starke Rotary Clubat .school graduates from services were Mrs Murriet Mrs. Marcus Roberts, Lake .. :_ knit 'In solids and fane ,
many\
,4oifc'
the Holiday Inn Wednesday parts) of the state are taking Mundy of Athens, Ga. and Dr. Butler. i,' lea.l:,;*Aist 8-18, S-L atylea. In A

night, May 31. '":, ,? .advantage of the bargain rates r
4 Among the Interesting demonstrations : offered on the all-night tour Double Take PlaceA
Wedding to 2>"3J?
given by Mr. Currie of the 32 Disney World at- ,; ;
was calling the roll o tractions. Name bands and other
/ Church
June '
t 25
Starke Club with his w1Ie4sup'e [ special attractions will also be Bayless on ; ,/,
plying the birth date of each a part of the entertainment. ; : a

member. They! also callfd/eadi; The group will make the tripon -
Rotary Ann's name, arllf gave school buses and will be P"'X' ,, ', -- '.'//1 .... y 1 r it
the date of the couple's' anniversary. .- chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. 'J ..:, '\1"1., -, JR. BOYS JEANS ; '

;'JJ.| Roy L. Morgan Jr., Louis Gar- AND CASUAL R a A
Mr. Powers Is widely knownIn dner, and Mrs. Dey, of the PANTS l

the memory field, and gives school faculty. I Fluid lagi Inaollda and 1c A '.,j, ;f ; 1, y'
specialized courses to personnel tanclaa. Rag. end tllmi.8lia ft wA
In government offices and 3to7.
private business. Me was introduced Pearson.Jarvis'Wedding 88 aJ

to his audience by Date Set 1 1y "." rnfy
Bob niakewood general chairman +

of the Ladles Night e- BOYS JEANS AND SfORT OR DRfSJ ', '
vent. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Pear- CASUAL PANTS f jtREJlAfW*

The club president, Richard son of Ralford announce the approaching MEN'S SHIRTS :tntlra na .
|Prm Praia 100% cotton (
Jockel, welcomed members and I >h ri TH ,va inw 'AMI llV t la -I'i'
marriage of theli Flan /lag In lljsa 8 18. ,i |. Anil t n l '.
guests to the banquet,i which daughter, Janie Lataln Jerrj "*'. LJI.Iar.-i. ..n'sii; t P,
was attended by about 00 Ro- Jarvis son of Mr. and Mrs : 388 ,
tartans and their wives. Bruce Jarvis of Starke. kM'J : : /
father James Cregan delivered The wedding will take place

the invocation,,and B. June 18, at 7:30( pm. In the
F. Mizell Jr. was master of First Baptist Church In Law. t MEN'S DOUBLE KNIT

ceremonies.The tey with a reception folio wine / BUR MOST POPULAR 100% POLYESTER SLACKS
following new officers, i In the church fellowship hall. L PmPrat m
who will take, office InWuly:. All friends and relatives are r : FINEST 1a nt and tan iHK gQL"t
were .Introduced: M. A.s;Baldwin ,Invited to attend. .y JAMAICAS 1ST QUALITY b >ciu ? n r
Jr., president; Harry M. LINDA KELLY ALL SHEER 29-42 logs and, ban-toll worst ee ? ?.:

Hatcher, Jr., president-elect; BRENDA KELLY PANTY HOSE,7701 v T
W. W. Hood, treasurer; and AlvarezBirthday ,,ENTIRE STOCITSAIE
Ed Rlppluiger, secretary. Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Kelly, of the late Mr. and (ilrs. An- DRESS SHOES

A past president's pin was Party of Gainesville announce the dreu Magyarl! of Starke. i Rep, 8.99 to 8.99, Whlt.
presented to Mr. Jockcl 'and approaching marriage of their The double wedding will take J Navy, Black and Tan-
two members, Mr. Ripplinger daughters, Linda Carol to place at 2 pjn. June 25 In the Y' t amble 10 In ilia 5 to
and Mr. Blakewood, we re Ire- Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Bayless Highway Baptist m.TIATK
ego
Faithlort ;
and neutral
cognized for having 100 per Jr. gave a party Saturday afternoon Johnny Woods, son of Mr. and Church with a reception following / aMdu to fit pet lie, a _!44
cent attendance during the from 4:30: to 7:30 o'clock Mrs. Lester Woods of Starke, at the church. vvragffand tall ? I, ti .,..._.
past year. for their sons, Ricky, who was and Brenda Gall, to Fred- All friends and relatives are ffL\\ xr
All ladles attending the ban- seven years old on May 7, rick Freddie) Mag)'art. son Invited to attend. T-g DECK OXFORD AND

quet were presented with souvenir and Randy, who will be six as'ee1- a --,- -------- TENNIS CASUALS
mirrors embossed with years old on June 10. -------- 1 For oman,, men, K

the Rotary wheel emblem,,. The 50 children and parents AlvareZ'PrevattWedding It tI',' youth In While.and Blue boy' :,
1'.' enjoyed a hay ride around the Boy/ess/ Highway and LoJan J

First BirthdayrJ'Party country roads the early partof PartyEntertained GraduatesHave Green
the evening, followed by a
Given for welner roast. Refreshments BanquetA 1
were served in the shed which s TOWIIS

Julie FergusonLittle was decorated with blue and Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Al- banquet was held In the { 88m
green streamers and balloons.The recreation hall of the POLYESTER
Bay-
hosts
wares were at a dinner
Julie, Anne Ferguson children received., part party last Thursday night honoring less Highway Baptist Church SH RT JlTS SHORTS AND TOPSPtrmPraia h PLUSHd RUGS
celebrated her first" ,birthday favors. their May 20 honoring the four Eluted want. pull n Macnina honikid -
son, Gregory and ahorta and .
back rl" X a1"
Centering therefreehmentta- on ahort I and tlMvtlaaa ,
Wednesday evening orta week his fiancee Miss Debra Pre- BHS graduates and their par- alava>laia cotton 01 A +
lop Aiat.ityKa.Siialtot4. knit .. SI... .,l. '.,
ble, Randy's birthday cake carried IoD 7 to a ...
when her parents, Mr.and: Mrs. watt following couple's wed- ents. 14. a.',11 188
out the farm and
Bob Ferguson, gave ;la family scene ding rehearsal.The .
party for her at their haul on Ricky's cake had a stage coach dinner was held In the Blue candles In silver holders 222 BBCE.CH :- : ......t ..-...........
> ..,. .. .
Bessent Road. W;%"*'1' theme. Branding Iron dining room and the class colors were ,: BOO. ....--..,0'._ iwIs.

Arrangements of lunrtawrflowers where the head table was earn' used throughout the room. The I .nylon' wun,-.' ...........,elClo.
: Ant.Itbnct.; Fin, 10
were used in the famIly R. M.. Cason 97th tered with an arrangement of banquet tables were covered MM to 13.
room for theoccaslonCn- whit and yellow daisies, with gold linen cloths LADIES PANTIESII..ttell. REQ.IU 2 10'99 MEN'S HOSIERY REa.pT92> "> 1

tering the refr 8hmfH-table) Birthday Party flanked by yellow tapers. Down
Aat.nyta In wlwu ud talail. tuai U1.IIXINI ,
60%todil", 60%lumlMd cotton brufi and T than'
"clown" cake lc !in'pink
was a #;
the length of the two side tables -
Misses
Nancy
blue and white and encircled was a garland of fern interspersed Crowell. Linda Crews.Kelly.. Beverly and PANTIES REUU 48onot BOY'S UNDERWEAR Ro-3f.n, tIjSS

with CerberjU; animalcrackers. The 97thbirOdal'anniversaryof with white and yellow Randy McUovern and their mr- ***wtij(Win a mm.Iwr mui Cork I In.,,.....in MIIQUI ttyl... Sim 6 la 10.WOMEN'S .

were. used Matching ciowqJS'fattl: PMiu Melrose R. M., will Cason be observed formerly on of cards daisy marked florets.the Bridal. place eats were. invited to attend GIRL'S COTTON PANTIES nsu..3M 3,100, SANDALS REG1.00 88c

Wednesday June 14 at the seating arrangement long with the young people of r"Xde'AI..rb..taedah.
Helping Julie AnnetJJKcele for the 32 Ss' d.ndttndtambtok.d.0'e"X Ito".
guests
brate this ,occasion late Mr. Stark. Nursing Home. Hostson wh o Included the honored the church. GAUZE DIAPERS Nta.1.39 288 ROOM SIZE RUGS ""."" 14ss
and Mr. V.R Fengtpon, Mr. this occasion will be Mr.
their attendants
and Mrs.E.L. Matthews, Mr. Cason's children of Welaka and couple out-of-town parents, .Mf.. Essie ; Mrs.
and .
and Mrs. W.M. Meng. and M1s. Palatka. AU friends are Invited aue.ea.DurIne Faulkner Mrs. Helen Saw anted

'great-aunt.Madge Mld/Ueton Julie Anne' to casion.Join the family on this oc- Prevatt gifts and the to Mr.dinner their Alvarez attendants.Miss presented .Catherine..... -Saw served a.hoet- WITH US..QUALITY COMES FIRST-THEN OUR LOW. PRICES .' c fem'Wfr a fJKb-fc.JjM M


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". Engagement t Told For Mrs. Yawn Entertain Team

I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Deepof By Scout Leaders At Steak Supper IMPALA I

Gainesville announce the t

engagement and approaching Mrs. T.A. Yawn Jr., Neighborhood Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cunningham -
their daughter.
marriage of
Girl Scout chairman and daughter Marla,
Linda Jean to William DMa
was honored at a surprise of Keystone Heights were hostsat
t of Mr. and Mrs.
Thompson son
luncheon
Monday: at the Holiday a steak cookout Saturday ,
W.B. Thompson:) Jr. of Silver Inn given by the 12 local evening for the,Cwdn ham's :
Springs former Stark 1'.1v Scout leaders Softball team who won the 8th
dents. The long dining table was annual invitational Softball
The wedding will take place covered with a white linen cloth 23-28.
tournament May
on June 17 at 2 p.m. at the and centered with an
arrangement The buffet table was centered -
Trinity; Methodist Church In of garden flowers. A gar.land with a summer floral "What A Car"'And
Gainesville. of try extended the
arrangement, and steaks were
The br1d lect Is a 1969! length of the table.
cooked the
on patio.
of Gainesville High
graduate The honoree was
presentedwith
School and attended Santa Fe The 30 persons attending Included -
a as a mementoof
corsage
members of the team
Junior Mr. College.Thompson graduated the occasion.Mr. and other guests. What A Turnout
We Had
from BHS In "7. attended St. : Last Week

Johns River Junior College and and Mrs. W. W. Shaf- Mrs. Myldred Cutdno visited
served four :years In the Air fer of Mount Dora were last her daughter, Melody, at
Force. Wednesday and Thursday guests Tlft College over the week-
of Mrs. Gladys Weldon. end and attended Class Exercises

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tyus Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams Mrs. F.on B.Saturday.Beard. and Mr.Ronnie! and DEMURE-Pinafore-styling I : : Baldwin ChevroletOldsAnnual
of Wilmington N. C. spent the will be In Uttle Rock, Ark. Kirkland drove up Saturday and makes for a young look In
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Friday to Sunday attending the the Beards stopped In Macon dotted cotton. Eyelet lace
H. K. ruffles set off the bra top
Tyus. University of Arkansas School to the with
; spend> night Mr. and apron skirt. It's a Sea 1
Mrs. Charney Williams and of Medicine 30th class reunion. and Mrs. K. B. Lyles. They Fashions of California de
went on to Tift Sunday
morning sign.
daughters, Brenda and Yield Mrs. 0. S. Din of Nashville for the Baccalaureate exercises -
and David Williams Jr. and Term. Is visiting her son- and graduation In the Year End
Ellis Grlffls returned Tuesday in-law and daughter\ Mr. and afternoon. Melody received her Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Andrewsof
from a week's visit with Mrs. Don Bagwell for two degree In Bachelor of ScienceIn Morrlston were Monday night
friends and relatives In Key- weeks. Elementary Education. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
tucky and OhIo Levon Andrews and attended!
Local admittances to Brad- the BUS graduation
Dr. J. W. Brownlee Is convalescing : ford County Hospital this week Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stllley
at home after beingIn Include Mrs. Sara McDonaldand and son Eddie, and Mr and Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and
Riverside Hospital for 2-1/2 Claire Harth, Keystone Mrs. Donald Stllley of Jack Mr and Mrs John D. Ander-
weeks where he underwent surgery. Heights; William Finley RaI- sonville. former Starke resi son of Callahan attended the
ford; Mrs.. Laura Davis. Mel- dents were Monday guests of graduation of Mrs John H.
Victor rose; Mrs. Louise Monroe and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford Anderson of Jacksonville, from
Mrs. Lamb and daughter Thomas Malloy, Waldo: Mrs. and attended the graduation of Armstrong State College In Savannah -
Dawn, and John Crews Eula Norman Lake Butler. Michael Paul King from BHS. Ga.. June 2. Mrs.
were In Tampa on business Hurve Waldron Hampton; Janice Anderson graduated as dental IS UNDERWAY !
last week and also visited Busch Coolsby, Mrs. Dorothy James Barron Is spending hygienist with honors as second : :
Gardens. Bagwell, Jack McComb, Mrs. next.week with his son-in-law highest In her class.
Clara Hazen. William Flnucan and daughter Mr. and Mrs. -+w.wrItir
Ronald Pate of Atlanta visited Polly Grtffls,, Mrs. Ada New- Joseph Lacayo,In Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray N
Miss Judy Whitehead and som, Olbert Brown James Red and son, Corkle, of Padukah,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Whitehead dish .and Mrs. Ruth Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett Ky. are visiting her mother,
Tuesday to Thursday, of last visited Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mrs. J. S. Sapp, and family
week. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawton Moore In. Salisbury, N. C". this "eek.LTC .
attended the graduation of Thursday' to Sunday.
Gruen their grandson Andy Jordan and Mrs. V. J. Speng-
Mrs. Harry
Dr. and from Suwannee Miss Marilyn Bellinger of .a
week- High School In ler and Mrs. Emma Badman 'f"
and daughter their spent the Mr Live Oak last Friday. night Birmingham, Ala. Is home this were In St. Augustine Sunday
end with parents week before leaving for St. visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. L,
Cruen and Mr.
and Mrs. Max Mrs. M. M. McRae under- Louis, Mo. to spend the summer -
In Mi and Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Kandel Spongier
and Mrs.
went surgery last Friday In working In student summer Bettes. IMPALA
the Jacksonville NAS Hospital. missions In innercitywork. Joseph
ami.Mr. .
and Mrs. P. A. Parrish Vincent St. John, Seaman Apprentice
of Atlanta and Emily Ann Taylor Mr and Mrs. George Hock- of Norfolk Va. spent
Miss Merry Anderson of
ette of Fort Lauderdale
were weekend here with his family. -DOOR SEDANS
of Jacksonville are spending the
Boone, N. C. spent Monday
Wednesday to Sunday with last Wednesday to Friday guestsof :
to Wednesday with her
grandparents
-
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas
Mr. and Mrs.MerrlttWUlJam.. -
Mr. and Mrs. James

Lt, and Mrs. Robert L.Cooper Barron while enroute to San returned Mr. and Saturday Mrs. Gene after Pearson a four On Display Out In Front

and family of Auburn, Ala. Friends of Mrs. Bob Cooper Diego, Calif to Join her parents -, _weeks trip to Colorado, California They're .: :
are visiting Mr.., and Mrs., .,C. will regret to hear of the "I. Chief-andMrs.. Lyle e v |( Nevada, Mexico, and ;, un / : i. ,, J J vfBV k.
k.r death of her mother, Mrs.John- derson. .!l Osd9l a cs /errr .rl P +
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) ," New-Orleans. ti-
LACo ,.
t6.'t ; ,
llttF'Ffyt'Mr. \ A ..
; \ la Barrett In Athens "
'and 'Mrs.'Robert Suttees' Tuesday' Ca. on Mrs. R. ,V. 'Turner and,,, I .... n" ,:.. ... ., h.. COME'' AND TAKE A 'LOOK AT .

and daughter of Montgomery, daughter, Vicky, and Mrs.
Ala. were last Sunday visitors Mrs. L. C. Hicks Jr. and James Barron will leave Fri-
of Mr and Mrs. R. O. Dans- children of Tampa were Sunday day for Greenville, Miss to
by. afternoon visitors of Mr. visit Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bower AMERICA'S NO i SELLING CAR
and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. for a week and attend the <<
Mrs. C. L. Cooper attendedthe Bower's silver wedding anniversary .
funeral of Willie Lockelerat Mrs. Roy Reddish of Webs on Sunday.
Horse, Shoe Beach Sunday. ter spent the weekend with her \ --EQUIPPED WITH
aunt, Mrs. A. E. McKlnney. Mr and Mrs. W. T. Whlien- A; f
Mrs. R. O. Dansby was a hunt Jr. returned to their home' ......,11. \ I
patient In Riverside Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Reg In Rowland Heights, Calif. ., POWER STEERING *
Monday to Wednesday of last ister m and Mrs. C. T. Wade 'Tuesday after a two weeks visit 1 ""., TINTED GLASS
week. attended the McDanlel family with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .
reunion at Twin Lakes, Valdosta W. J. Epperson. POWER BRAKES ,*;
Wilbur Waters returned Saturday Ca. over the.""ekend. WHITE SIDEWALL TIRES
after 17 months duty; with Mrs. George Anderson returned .
the Navy In Hawaii.Before leavIng Mrs. Mildred St. John of Pal- last Thursday from a 1 350 V8 ENGINETURBOHYDRAMATIC i f, WHEEL COVERS
the Naval Communications metto and Mrs. Stephen' St. three weeks visit with her bro- .
Station Exchange gave Mm a John and Mrs Mickey Bowen ther-in-law and sister, Mr.and TRANS. *
farewell part. Mr. and Mrs. of Bradenton visited Mr. and Mrs. Dale VanSickle at New- .SIDE MOULDING
Waters are residing at 680 Mrs. Richard St. John last Beach, Calif. They were" :. '
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HONOR AMERICA DAY Girl Scout .i...------. ---e-..rI --,
'
Troop Seek .
Bob Saunders To I
KING AND QUEEN CONTEST Enjors Ctunpout J.E. DENMARK ,
;
1. Contestants must be age 4 thru 6 and reside in Bradford At KIngsley Lake I I. ': : f'I
County I 'Announces the r.m Yol el't\\ t I II

"Girl Scout Troop 605 held a 4-Yr. Seat In SenateState From; I
2. The contestant will be required to participate in the weekend campout at Camp Ney- I IM",",iW.' ,I 4 I
parade and In (ha contest at the Fair Grounds, Tueaday, ati on KIngsley Lake as its final ": South Thompson Street I
July 4th. activity; of the year. state financial aid to local at the University; of Florida. 'I I ," ,,122
The Scouts planned menues, government so long as large The new district five seat '
3. Parents will sponsor their child. The fee is five ((5)) cooked their own meals on an and small counties and cities Saunders seeks is comprisedof I r.it'\ Call Street :
7C1
dollars, which must be enclosed with each entry blank. open fire, and slept in tents. receive fair treatment. Alachua. Baker, Bradford :
Check should be made payable to the Junior Woman's Badges for My Community The 43 year old wholesale Columbia, Dixie,,Gllchrlst. Hamilton. Star ./..FloridoLT.I.phon., .
Club of Starke. Community; Safety, Cyclist, antTroop ;; gasoline dealer is married and Lafayette Levy, !MarIon I 7S4-7501 I
Camper were presented he and his wife, Millie, havea Nassau, Suwannee Union ______ iEVERY
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4. Competition will be In play clothes and party clothes. around the campfire.The Scout ,daughter 19"pnd a son 17. and portions of Clay, Putnam .1__ ______ -
were also awarded gold atten- He was educated In the public and Taylor counties.
5. Description of clothes and accessories must be turnedin dance stars for the year, and schools of Alachua County and
by June 28. six members were recognizedwith
a special award for sell- .
6. Rehearsal will,be Saturday, July 1, 1972, at 3:00 P.M., Ing over 60 boxes of cookies \I
at the Fair Grounds. during the annual cookie sale. i
They were: Gladys Ann Ayer,
7. One adult will be responsible for his or her own child. Donna Brantley, Janet Boyce, HOME SHOULD HAVE
Ralynn Joiner, Cindy Griffith,
8. The Junior Woman's Club of Starke, nor any member and Marlynn Patray.
of the club will be held responsible In the event of an The sign of the Arrow and,
accident or Injury. Sign of the Star were presented f'
to Shandal Coleman, Mar- ONE OR THE OTHER. 118
9. Deadline for entering the Contest Is June 28, 1972. lynn Patray, and Janice Saucer .
Those of i-
.. receiving Sign 1 .load
- -. - - - - - the Arrow wore Gladys Ann
:I, :;- Ayer, Donna Brantley, Linda .
Name of contestant: -AGE:- BroBkey,, and Linda Johnson.
; "' v Brownie Fly-fps/who recently State Senator, Bob Saundersof
'
,Joined Junior Troop 605 Gainesville has announced
Birthday -Phone*No.-----Sex----- and attended the camp-out, his candidacy for reelectionto '"
of Parents Badge were: Theresa Gamble, Saunders a Democrat, will
Jo run for a four-}'ear seat In
Michele Proctor, Terry
Address Yawn the newly created Senate Dis-
DeCanlo, Betsy Vicky 0
Sheffield, and Lynette Hamil trict 5, composed of most of
School or Nursery 16 counties across north Flo- f
ton.Other girls attending were rida and 340,000 peopla.
Number of brothers Number of sisters Retanla Coleman,Sharrl Dobbs, Opposition will come from
Martha lara- one of two' other Incumbent II
Phyllis Sharpe,
Special honors or awards won bee, Theresa Boyce Gerry; senators Sen. W, E. Bishop, $$ '
Boyce, Dale !Route, and Diane D-Lake Clt>', and Sen. ,11m J tt 11liams Model 38GS :38,000 Btu's Model 38GR 36. |:f House. D-Ocala, placed In the
The Scouts were accompanied same new district with Saun
by their leaders, Mrs. M. ders. The trio was left with AIR CONDITIONING'
C. Boyce and Mrs.DeWItt Para- only two seats In the reapportionment CENTRAL
Signature of ParentChildren's bee, as well as Mrs. Arthur plan recently'upheld by ,
,, n-wri'li/ "
Miss Johnson the Florida Supreme Court JLn
Patray, Cheryl .11.) ,

Group To Meet Mondaycommittee and Mrs. W.r. Rouse. a Saunders 4-3 decision.say a he will seek the Two Great Outdoor Units for Quiet; ;:!,.

Children's Committee Presi- four year term of District 5, h
In e
will meet the
dent members C. C.to Anderson attend their urges meet-all future, and If the committeewill Unit' long enough and r\- the leaiuigVllllams choice of either and opposing Bishop Dependable Cooling Choose NOW fQtI,;;(Jl,
meet during the summer, the find
rr>thing under nun a him for trio four year term
ing Monday, June 12. Anderson says spokesman, Now; a British or running unopposed In District 'H
noon The in meeting the Garden will restaurant start at The President will makea specialist, rise to say a few 6. For Instance, If Sen.- IMMEDIATE TE Installation at SpecialUlnPRESEASON | ) ; ,
progress report of the potential kind words about the adenoid. Williams decides! to 9Il.ll
oppose
and Is very Important that of a day care center f IIJWIna [
Saunders for the
4-jear seat, "I
members decide where the Prices 1
-- --- ---- -- Bishop could possible choOse / iilaob
T-------a.----- I the 2-)ear term with no opposition !/ 08

I L.HI This particular, If nobody split else is nil\ti-!!. ? THE COM ACT 'INCLUDES: THE ROUND ONE INCLUDES:

read indicated as the sena- *
tors line up for the September New Computer Designed FanAssembly, *, Money-Saving 2-Speed Moto ,.rr /guises

prlmarj.In making his announcement, Assures Top performance! Most Days, Speeds Up For Scorchers: !
Saunders said he would repre- t. IUlo'
sent all of the, people of the ,Special Overload Devices Safeguard I In Protective Solid State Contro| j\\ejnitor
new 16 county district I with *
ternal Components! Critical Circuits ,
the same sense of fairness that Operating nioiAttractive >
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he has served the 'J .
present district -
seven comprised ,\la- ? Compact Design Complements; Neighbor-Pleasing Upflow'DestgVfosses

chua, Bradford, Dixie, Gll Home's Landscaping! Heat and Sound Skyward!
L Lt I Ie christ Lafayette and Levy

... I M t '"shitl counties."I1 !t&W:;; epies, ln 19G8! ;'.Pro- Priced FrojWOnJV: a Q 9 Ousynstallation Priced FrpnvOnlyYour I $1 6 .5 '

''1 CY6rI1, counts Inl1LEEimeLt .
lion
i t just*,as',though It nag mr'liomr'l .1 1, '. tM'' .,\. :
county-..haf f TOptlhat p1> .. e ''_:u-: ,.
I misc. I will continue that same ,'*
I' I II policy In tills new district.. More people'puttheiti'contidence i in Carrier than in any other make
"I feel uniquely qualified to
serve a district made up of '
- \
both rural and urban areas -- ----------- -
I I since, during the past four : -- : "
t I years, I had the experience t4i
I of helping solve problems as\
$ they' relate to both," he Mid. ATTENTION \ i
I Saunders said reapportionment ] [ yJ
I and reduction In the size
"'tile5R1.22ylll'I of the Senate to 40 members ,
make It Imperative that the -
I district have a strong voice MOBILE ,. .
representing the people in
I Special I Tallahassee."I ,. .

I g I each,to know have county a that would senator each much living personin prefer In- HOME --

%)T9f Savings ;. their has COlU1t made.Since UIIslmpos.lble.reapportionment .H OWNERS I

I pledge m. self to be the next I "
on best tiling to having a senatorIn
each county of the new dis "
k 1 trict. I will devote the time 3 Tons ((36,000 BTU's) INSTA9D I
I dQ LAZBOYjust a I and energ necessary to represent ,
each county Just as
I though it was m>' home county 'OftJontral( $
I To
; he continued. Cooling Your
,
) ,.. I Saunders said he believes that 72
I "strong local government Is Pre System For As 5
It Ic ;t lH .I G9.1111 I the best way;' to solve problems Little As ) ;
I titIc S9 !l9llll in time I "The closer home we keep ,
our government the better off t
we are. Problems should be Plus '\n) Necessary' ,ethical WorkROOM :
solved tat home rather than
for I sending them to Tallahasseeor CAlL US TODAY 964-7701 1
I z Washington," he said. ------ -- -- --- ---- -- -- -
Saunders said he has con-
Father'sDay tinousl supported legislation 1
which would help secure the
equal funding of all school distracts -
I and would help stop the VJ'1 #
I ; I r ever Increasing demand for / I Ii i

7 more. and more achalorem C taxes II I


No chair does as much e u "A child In he smallest or ,
I / lor Dad as a Rec posy poorest county has justas much
Rocker by La Z Boy It re, I -
right to an adequately! funded
St>le 839 S1W.MI dine naturally, easily, SuleS'b-Si99.00
I education as does a child In :
with just body .
pressureall UNIT
I \ the way from upright the richest or largest coun- I IVOWTj
to full recline. It ties."There
boors up its fully pad, must be greater state d I
i3oi dad loot rest with finger I financial support of our public
I tip control. And it even schools and leas dependenceon
rocks Dad to sleep' There I local property taxes,"Saun- t tOn
I are many imitations, but II ders said.Saunders. 19,000 biu's
,just one La Z;'Boy And I said Ms record Is _
i I right now. there are "second to none" in support of 1 1illU
many, more than one I the building of a College of '
La Z Boy- at than
I b more Medicine at the University '
usual values. We have a I Veterinary ;
I r- wide range of La.Z,Boy ; 'of Florida, the expansion
Reclmer at savings, direct -cwt,..,,,, I of the university's; med- *** $26:
.
I from La Z,Boy for I ican center and the all-out support
your best Father's Day I of agriculture. He said
I gilt ever ,Come in and he strongly supports Increased
choose i r.:now Just In I ------ -1e -- ---------------
I time for delivery by Stjle, 846 S229.00 I IC --' ---
Style 890 S 49.00 Father's Day. Air
Conditioning
I Problems ?
the O1c17 7att
I SLADE GAS OF ST.. KE I INC. PROL'DLy. ANNOUNCES THE GRADUATION OF MR. P. II. LOTT ll.

I a t ( > niia FROM THE C.-\RRIErIlEATI G '.\ DIR CONDITIONING ADVANCED SERVICE SCHOOL. MR. T

C I th Dle'nz'rsark Furniture Co. Of Starke IS TRAINED.! ; NtALLlTnE' LATEST TEPHMQl'ES: AND EQUIPMENT: TO SERVICE ALL MAKE

gjlgnTTrye 1 1I HEATING AND AID?. CONDITIONING- I ; ,FPR{) SERVICE: ALL961101SAWYERSLADE ; '



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I IM.:CAL $t. PHON..1In ** WEST h* 'W I! Rk".1A.\ :
.. break was lunch. 332 MADISON ST. PHONE 96 .7701 S : .
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On Broiler ProductionTo Hampton president* made North Florida- Fox Hunters Association Dave Shuford. Mrs. Frances WadswortKi
guides several request Monday of the the board Indicated Mrs. Grace Adklns asked If i asked how much money Hamp-
avoid depressed broiler '''are Broiler Issued marketing to help County Commission Including money'.It too tight this year for some of the county's racetracktax toil gets from the county; for
prices, the U.S. Departmentof quarterly establishment of a county wide consideration to be given sitter revenue could be used to road grading and was told about
Agriculture has recommended the Industry plan productionto dog pound, that suggestion a dog pound or dog catch improve drainage of Hampton $450 last year.
meet the. needs of consumers -
that broiler output In the under backed by an 800-name petition. streets. Racing revenue Is < OTie county; will help a mun-
and avoid or er.Milton
an
-i fourth quarter; of 1972 lobe held and consequent extremes Other Items Included the Mansfield,former City placed In he general fund used icipality with its road grading!
supply
to the level a over town's of Starke for the ,Chair
same as year In prices. drainage problem pur- dog catcherjroposed operating county; Commissioner' Dave Shuford
ago. except that markets gs be Copies of roller Marketing chase of a ball field, and grading to act In that capaclty; for the man Roberts explalned.O Only said, but requests must come
....: 1'\ r. ,'. reduced: by 10 per cent.during Guide for Fourth Quarter of city streets. entire county and pay all expenses way the county can assist a from a member of the city;
-< .' Thanksgiving week. contains Mrs Arthur Bruno wife of for $250 per month at municipality in drainage .Is council and be made to Coun
: : 1972" PMG-27, which
\ USDA I Agriculture Marketing the the Hampton mayor, presented theMay I meeting. through Its Mosquito Control ty Road Foreman Leon Elling.*
-- Service says the recommended detailed information, will on;be avail recommendations the petition bearing 700 names Replying to Jurdan,Chairman Unit, he stated. ''ton. The county does not have
additional reduction asking for a county; wide dog George Roberts said a dog County road crews drain equipment or resources to
during Thanksgiving would able beginning June 5 from the pound. She said she was unableto catcher and pound would costa only flooded roads, ho said. pave roads, the delegation was
mean a total reduction of 23 Southeastern Regional Infor pick up another 100 namesIn lot of money and, therefore Hampton residents seemed to '
, ,; .a per cent from the preceding ,nation Office, Agrlculture time for the meeting.: would be subject to strict security believe the town's drainage pro- told.Mayor Arthur Bruno asked
week. t Marketing Service U.S.. The board accepted the petition by the board. When the blems stem from water backingup If payment of bills from Hamp.
A 23 per cent reduction'inmarketings ,Department of Agriculture,1718 without comment. Later, board last considered such action on ponds from which drain- ton's Recreation Departmentcould
t for Christinas Peachtree St. N.W. Rm. 220, In answer to a question from the cost was held to be age U blocked by two different be paid quicker by the,
week, compared to the preced-, Atlanta, Ca. 31309. .. Duane Jordan, a member, of the prohibitive, said Commissioner railroads.. ',cote fJ'.
CORBITT McCftAY ing week, .1s also recommended. ... '
This is the same reduction
j Two BHS Graduates( Enlist as said.was made'last year AMS

Under Delayed Entry Setup 'The marketing that guide the number recommends S

of.puptt chicks placed for the EAWILLEGAR
Sgt. Wayne i CleM/ Army 'at Selective Service Board 'broiler hatchery)' flock be arf- MOTORS
recruiter, announces that .No; '18 each Tuesday, or by Jused to provide for an',annual
Holland Corbitt ,(left) "and calling' 788-3800 collect. Full tac.re.ase of:9 percent in broiler ,
Russell MCCrayA' Jr. 'have Information' on any of the meat output In" producers;
enlisted. '. 'Delayed Army's 32 different enlistment AMS also reminds
Entry program Both that placements of broiler
? options for both men and
young men graduated this week women will be given without chicks for marketing during Lao
from Bradford.County!! High? obligation boy Day week should be reduced -
School. ,'-V : by 23 per cent from the
Corbltt is'the'son of Mr. and .preceding week. '
Mrs. Vlck Corbitt of Starke TAX CERTIFICATES Announces .
option He chose and the will Travel be assigned Enlistment to NEARLY.,'ALL SOLD BYU Singers'To : ,
All but one of the estimated -
the U.S. Army In Europe after
I'I
basic training "'and advanced 134 delinquent tax certificates PerformIn
i .individual training. were sold at the auction
McCray enlisted for guaranteed of delinquent property heldat JacksonvilleA
, training'. and., will attend< the courthouse here on May
I ; 31, accortlng to the. Tax.Col.
).1 l the ,Army's''' padlo Relay and lector's office. Brigham Young Unlverllb-
': Carrier Equipment Course at The single unsold certificate Program Bureau group called
:1 Fort Gordon Ga. was for $1512.of unpaid taxes "The Young Ambassadors"will
Horn men will enter active owned by a convenient''store. perform at the Jacksonville
duty as a Private .E-2, which on Brownlee Street. vie Auditorium June IS, at 8
''1 means one stripe and an Increase p.m. .
,j In pay. Another advantage Jesse Branson, bishop of
is that durlna the delay MEMORIAL RECEIVED!: the Starke Branch of the Church :
, portion of the Knllsl Now-Go FOR A.B. WILLIAMSMrs. 'of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day- i&t !
t Later frogram thvr are ncv, A.n. Williams has re-' Saints announced that mere ; :cjb ii
''military duties or meetings to celved the following message will be no M.I.A. Thursday due 4 M44 I '
,'I 1 attend. Both will have the right from President Richard M. to the program.
', ,to change their enlistment optton Nixon: "The U.S. of 'America "The Young' Ambassadors"two
honors the of Arthur hour performance will be
desire. memory
\, If they so B.i, Williams. This certificateIs part of a six week tour through
Sgt. Glenn may,be contacted awarded by a grateful nation Southern and Eastern America 14TH
In recognition of devoted including major areas such
, and selfness consecration to1 I as Chrysler Hall In' Norfolk, -, ,
McKINNEY FAMILY1. the'service' of our country In Virginia and the Cutis Hlxon _
.REUNION ANNOUNCED\ ''the Armed. Force. of the Hall In Tampa, Florda. ,-
Fifth'students dancers, singers -
The of United State. Richard Nixon
family the late John
and --technicians/ Including
McKinney, "Mrs. McKinney President.
jazz rock emsemble
will hold a'family reunion *' an 18-plece
will present a full and fun
and birthday celebration for If you con't reed your lawn, filled variety; show billed 'u YEAR4ND '
Mrs. McKinney on July 2 at the. the next belt thing' .it le,k "family entertainment.
old homestead In,Graham.-., downstream from tomtbody All are cordially Invited to
who doei.. see and hear the group
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Hampton Area News '} NEWS ABOUT SERVICE


By Evelyn V. Powell Marine Lance Corporal Thomas as an Aviation Structural Mech-

E. Lee, son of Mr. and anic.

Mrs! Eugene Z. Lee, of Aviation Structural Mechanics !
Route I. Starke, recently participated Inspect, maintain and repair -
in a Joint-service amphibious safety equipment hydraulics
) assault training exercise systems and fuselages, : ,

at Camp Lejuene, N. C., wings, and fixed and moveable'' )
a + and the waters off shore. The surfaces aboard naval aircraft.

special operation Involved Kates Joined the Navy In !
! 50,000 men of the Navy, Mar- January 1963. !: )

ines, Coast Guard, Army and aunla"1
Air Force, and was designedto --- !
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strengthen their coordina-
tion during amphibious attacks. Navy Petty Officer Second :: :

rt+ Class John D. Fuu.uay, son of
Mr. and Mrs. John Fuquay of I ,i
Starke, Is now off the Vietnamese : \
Marine Pvt. Robert W.. Box Coast aboard the USS ''
ra son of Mr. and Mrs. T.A Box Constellation one of six air- :

of Starke, has completed basic craft carriers which with sup- ( ; ::
L training at the :Marine Corps porting ships, comprise the ,
Recruit Depot, Parris Island, U.S. Navy's largest task force
S.C. lie Is a 1971 graduate of of the Vietnam war, :!: !
,Mlllington Central High SchoolIn The 84,000-ton attack carrier ;

Millington, Term. left Its homeport at ,San Diegoon I (i.
October 1st. ; !

BATON RECITAL Guests were Mrs. Francis --- \ !
A baton recital was given on Wadsworth Mrs. Daniels, Mrs. Navy Petty Officer Second :
June 2 at the .Starko Golf 8Country' : Wiggs. Mrs. Shirley Norman Class Frank N. Kates, hus- Technical Sergeant Leozle
Club under the dir- Miss Darlene Norman and band of the former Miss Es- Perry, son of Mrs. Lucille C.
ection of Kay Epps, the Instructor Rev. Jams Shaw, pastor ol tella McDougald of Starke, has Perry of Hampton.! Is a mem-
throughout the club year. the Hampton Chlstlan Church. reported to Training Squadron ber of the 6994th Security, !,
Those performing were Tracy Mr. and Mrs. Max Toney and Nine at the Naval Air Station' Squadron which has receivedthe ;
Bruno, Becky Harper, Debbie three children of Bostic, N.C. Meridian Miss. U.S. Air Force Outstanding I :
Harper, Donna Harper, Jan- are visiting Mrs. Mary HoiII- lie will be assigned to duues Unit Award with combat
Ice Jockel, Peggy Morgan, I- field and Mr. and Mrs. John V. ...
rene Wainwright, and Joyce Holllfleld.

Walnwrlght, (pictured above). Mrs. H.W. Prlester of Ft. I
Rhonda Grlffis and Stephanie Pierce spent the weekend with OGARIIItS t : 1 F
Green completed the course, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Adklns after -
but were unable to participateIn visiting relatives In Lake
the recital. Butler. Mrs. Prlester is Mrs.Adkln's _
sisterinlaw.The .
SENIOR CITIZENS Hampton Christian
Hampton Senior Citizens en- Church congregation enjoyed
Joyed their regular meeting on slides with narration on the
June 2, and welcomed a new' subject, "Now That I Am a
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member,' n. fl Water. Christian, Sunday evening.
After a discussion of plans Rev. James Shaw officiated.
for their booth and float for I'll have the School honor r9ric
The Honor America Day celebration roll for you next week.
the group played bingo The universe is change; our
and had punch and cookies. life Is what our thoughts makeit.
(Marcus Antonlnus)
The next regular meeting Is .

June 16 at 7:30 p.m. F
Don't miss, out on the Box _
Supper tomorrow night at 7:30. SENIORCITIZENS
There'll be country music and

tun for all. Cutt9r$

-Joe Kerrigan 1
PERSONALSSome ; Legal r,
people have extra nice 69aP
birthdays, like Mrs. I Barbara A letter from Sen. Chiles ra+d o .-t:; i

Bruno. Her parents, Mr. and thanks us for writing to him
Mrs. Salvatore Madugno, arrived concerning the 20% Increase "et : :
Sunday from New York In Social Security payments and 1 j

City to help her celebrate. The Medicare Legislation. lIe madeno /' lr n Men's i j 1 fib ;,
Madugnos plan to visit with definite commitments. So Sufierjcctric: rj
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the Brunos a few weeks. far we have not heard from Famous Maker .
Colsle Rigdon opened his Sen. Gurney. Both of these f I I 8" ElectricFans ri :

door Saturday afternoon to find senators earlier Indicated that Jeans "";'1.
a cousin he hadn't seen in 43 they had Introduced individual
years, Mrs. Jane Rlgdon l Owens Bills. It seems at this point .P'c /for o smooth,, .--\i( __, ,bos Avopjdo* with. .1I1 shiny'':m'rllallillt:; cltronit,, ,
of Santa Fe. Mrs. Owens was that no action will be taken nor fit m t, / blades hndafoty quit:
by this 92nd Congress on a OaeW nnpn and plaid*. i .
Guciidntpod 1 Yr \
accompanied by her'son and Ou r .t \oni
Plain front, cu/Slur/
his wife. proposed National Health Security Wat Oe 1 dole' 'oPu, ; lVC t
and tailored 65 ROR.'U
in <
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Act which was a "must" approvStyUd ".. .
Guests of Major and Mrs. dacron polytt and33frMvr.trtfyoo.29.36 qtr +Md ....
Fred Sackett the.past. week recommendation at. the.White hoe .'rottls 1'ttlt d6f:
ewers Fred's brother, HarJtOld. House Conference on Aging last- % '
and his"wife fronrHart- year.' wow' oIt l/'U/
S ford, Conn.., and Commander Since Medicare was enacted, 9c Oi'JAMn' _
and Mrs. C.B. McOble of the big Insurance companieshave d PnWn' :

Cocoa Beach. found a gold mine In sell- / 1 ,r .'. .. ___.. : 4
Nothing makes a nicer picnic ing supplementary health In- .
surance. Every day we are t : '
than a beautiful\ day and a pretty '
place. That was the.Avery bombarded by T. V., letter and ,';I IQ

Dennlson's yard last .Sunday. brochures suckering In people,
especially the elderly, to these
schemes by saying, "Sign this
form Immediately and send only
2Stf or $1 for the first 30 days." I
JacksonvilleBusiness : ., f7 f + Itoi
It Is easy to see that If only ShatSleeY'f Glee 2.a at,1m ,, 4" 7Ze
one million out of 200 million .r 'qQ I.r 9yoeTubrWe.Dla No. 7&C

people apply for these so- Shirts save Tooth Paste Heedi.Shoulders]
called extra benefits per s Johnson's Baby Oil Lotion Shampoo

month and half of them drop Short .1....., : 1 r, I (Eagle 6.15 oz. 10 01.rW 3.6 02.
the first month's
out after regular Regular long +; r '
r ,
premium, what a tidy 1'111 VI i; point. collar. A P Paper Towels'' Pre Price DI <
profit has been reached for choice of' II... f ,AO wo+ wn+ Iwo.
DirectoryAuto only the cost of advertising.Now bold stripes, ortalidt tl Quality, abeatbe.nl towel,.
we have a new gimmick / 'including I 142-1 ply towel, llXIOIn,
hite.114 17. o Whit* and esierud color .
Health Maintenance Or- t : 1
Sales and Service ganization. For a fixed pre- \\ e t I '. (Limit 4)Our ) N\ p "
paid annual fee (it does not }
i stipulate how much) ,'r''e "ld re rY/ItlthY 9
per per- DiscountPrice
Parrish Motors son or per family, you are ; Wit GI .' I i iw

to get.continued medical ser- 2MT
vices. This does not include r ,r3a
SALES l
%
Ou, 0"counr .
SERVICE dentures, hearing aids, eyeglasses -

PARTS VOLVO foot care and a host S I i5'4 .,. Men'sSanlaized r1& "t
j11
of'other ailments which affect Work Pants
the entire population. $6.5 million '
Always Goad 'Vied Care has already been grantedby Men's 100'. Nylon 8 5 01. fast color, Arr-y twill with, r.

Ml L..,. St. ...: 35-SCS4 the Federal Govt. In startIng u'. Stretch Socks rugged weight deep sipper packets.closure and Reinforced heavy I ''e.n w -*
off these programs to be. 1001 nylon /for comfort & long at paints ol strain, Sues 39 to 42 r ) '
followed b>' 800 million dol- wear Assarted c alar and I z. K r+Ttl
AUTO ELECTRIC choote from Oneme
designs to "."l'J
lars In the next few years to hrs all, from 10 to 13 Our Discount- I
PEAVYBrelhenIfoCeTk be given to the Insurance com. Price WosJWJ
ponies This I Is a waste of Handy Tool Assortment! Helpful Kitchen Gadget=,$ale!

CO., money and that Is one reason Our D"counr P 1
high. ThisIs c. .11 I i Pro ho* hey wrench .2 PCtcripor Genuine hardwood cutting bbe>d*
our ,taxes are so Was 20 r't
PC
amt
Alternators Starters Y" a\ a Durable metal bdchoeaear.;
only a stop gap measureworked hochrewblodm 25 PC .
A > tftprirt9 .nd.n9 No Mirk rte cream ,
Generators Regulators out to delay decent kwv ,I d..r toturn k. chain Slipup
I cavs at 5 .lug wr.nch .80. hoftimor
National Health 5 .
comprehensive ..
Q+ Adtultnblo chiete fib eri.
AUTO TRUCK__ L ..> y 5 Pfi ,lowolort, .crtwdrivrp '< ,
Insurance Act which poorer Boys' Camp Shorts i vet p."ol. qnp, hash".. ..9" Adiuttabla t Jar Wrenches' _,
DIESEL countries than the I':, S. have i% i MurlatuC'' .do Uvol"Mm, or Match y
4044 Lenox had for lOCf cotton with lelf Ladies" I;,
Av. Jon. many years. t 4 l
Freeze has y % belt, Elastic back, Fashion
_381.2528 The age-Price S and upp.rly'/ ,.1..E ,w ,
mop G' ,
become the modern )'0-0. up Four pockets. 1 lip* Plate Jeans =. p tie.7" av,
PIANOS_ again, down a little and then / / pered w snap closure lOO'e talon Four .:;::::- :; Travel Irons Ep1G(,! /i 1Eaf11i
back up. The cost of beef and /i ,1 regular. Assorted pockets / H030 Motor Oil
YAMAHA PIANOS pork has skyrocketed In this % / colon,SnesA-li. and contrasting waistband. Button ? i For travel and home A high d.teijVnt ail
month and It is likely I to t r _+ use With card
CONN and KJMBALL last j {Fr trim fl ly front _w -- for modem engine*
ORGANS continue. :Not only are we suffering (; /r > ,1 Sites ft to 13
( Disc
from continued Inflation, 'r, Our DitcountPrice / f.av.' "Iron 8.0. J.96 .. Price
r c
but water and fat is now taking W Ovr Discount Price 0. D..o.n. Pnee DJI '" WmWN
the place of the old time butch- weaMq 3
er's fat thumb. This Is another 37% -.." .1.
'. ,, t'
way of Increasing your food \, ,, _
bills. It used to be "A poundIs Girls'SlMvtlws f (' 21ePr slon. 5 a G'

a pound' the world around," Blouses 3q' i Q!! .1 tall ...-c Auto Products r Mister Plumber

now It Is from 11 oz. to 14 ozs., y Assarted cellar Sp iJ .. Ve.1.. Anel.RurS..,IlrStop DralA.DpAAer
or marked In grams styles. Salids&armts. + .S8 sea flue"; LeohRodlaor. Flu.h IUmber" Nw pm.( fragrance, Keeptaefl
The senior citizen Is hardest + 7-M 12 FI o. drains (tee>flawyi4 l OtV" ,
KDt AU. "SWINGER" hit. Ills Income I Is cut drasticalLy Your 1T1' l '
,:: Men's Nylon Mesh P: IMF
ORGANS after 65 and he has to y t /
.
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eeMrell Mail-:tUMlt- live within that small amount hR r W0 i)+ Slip-on, style with!' crepe Casuals j..J.rt w.:
each month.
t1 % ./ .1... Cool,, lightweight,, ,
Mrs.lreJn1a Knauer, Office en" washable.' A>*0rt... &r"
FURNITURE of Consumer Affairs Wash.D. SaMt t ...,.... Sues 'SGirls' ', 11. L"' V's' I gaN .1.; 1

C., should be flooded with Shorts Ladies' ., y ;P > --- Floral flshlnl "ombCl
FURNITURE protests and don't forget to let "' Foam Pillows for n, 8
Hollbuu. Band Patina Sandals Our DIu" "u/ M, T7 "fliTad
AT DISCOUH ;' your know congressman how you and feel.senators We- q/Y/ .".,..,Salids 4-14.andprints. ,..,". right ..... ta .'M.. w +{'"Ir M'fey.t? y .r Plum. Pr.." sueOdorless. B''rod.' .tjy""y,m' e< ",
+ why' woI'oH.rf.
1.m Sues Iran" S te 10 y $ ',
Complete pay their, salaries and they .D.c. 1

Household ought to work for our benefit. PanW. .JIIII' .
Let us find out "If the penIs Our DiseountC>ice I i A "1" 't Our,D".V" c. Ou fir .. : ; .
FurnishingsUp
\.' mightier than the sword". "l'9C It&M Wa..J7 t'r Wa Dyl01a II _
T- 40% SayingSBrno Our next meeting Is June 13 M + '

Chair. Co. at .1 we p.m.hope Pratt all St.of Bee our center sick- IF YOU'RE; NOT SHOPPING AT EAGLE 312 W. MADISON AYE USE OUR. CONVENIENTYEAR Bt

y members will be able to at- YOU'RE STARKE. FLORID
FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE. NOT
648 C sett 1.Block tend. We will have some fun PHONE 964-7513 ROUND
and SAVING MONEYS.. ;
oml10Jacksonville. and hopefully, smiles LAYAWAY PLAN .

389.1741 laughter.

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Awards tor physical fitness
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were given. out the last day of
school. 1
About 50 boys and 60 girls!
earned certificates for scoring
above tho 50th percentile on the LLL e
I -: Ident's 'Physical Fitness : ,

II test.The
following boys won presidential H
patches and gold seal '
certificates for scoring 85 per
I cent In all thr seven categories
I of pushups,.1 puUups, sltups I ,
II 600 yard run,i shuttle run, 50 i Ii
yard dash an*'Softball throw:
:
Lavern Marks,/I Andrew Car:
ter, Mike Crews;' James Pre- L '
vatt Milton< Baker, Charles
rYh'r'l'h+
Chastlen, and. 'Samuel' Ben t, i
nett. F aI u t,
Girls who won presidential eF L V
\ patches wore1' Develyn Matthews EF P
I Laura Thomas and
Janet Proctor:Jennifer Jockel '
Quantity Rights B 0. ;
1 Harriet Midtflitort Ruth Ha-
l zen and Clara Johnson wongold! ReservedWINN
seal certificates for scoring a- DIXIE STORES. INC.
bove the 80th percentlle. COPYRIGHT 1972
PRICES GOOD THUR" JUNE 8 Thru WED. JUNE 14 NIW BLUI CHICK CASHING
rnI> 430 WEST MADISON STREET, STARKE CARDS ARE AVAILABLE NOW

AT YOUR LOCAl, WINN-DIXIE.
HICKORY SWEET OR BOB WHIT
Winners
of the girls
archery PHASE PICK UP YOUR NEW
tournament'' Included Chanda Sliced CARD AT YOUR CONVENIENCE.
Bacon 68C
Simmons. 6AJ'Tammy Kelly, LB,
6B; Ruth Hazen,'8A: Pat Beard e e W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF
and. Vicki Wilkinson 7B; SAVE 40c-FREEZER QUEEN All VARIETIES. Q
and Pam Woods';,. SB. The two d
high Individual.scores \''for. Meat Dinners 2 99C
boys were made by Randy Ches- ; i
ser and John SUnmons. 6A had, C PIR
the high teanr score for the ,,,SAVE lie-,QUARTER LOW SLICED RO U N D L.. _
boys. <$?;
< v f Pork Chops LI.78c
*.* *4' .
It's time .t '!meet the reporters -
who have (Hade this column SAVE 20c/lB./ W 0 BRAND USDA
possible all year..All our reporters si'O': : : : 't
$139
)
are boys and Bruce they are all Rump "
eighthjtradets! MoyersIs STEAK B
the son 4of-Mh. David S.
I SAVE 'lOc/LS.-W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE' BEEP SHOULDER
Moyers of Stark. Me enjoys
hunting and bowling In addition LB.
Boneless
$129
I to writing for this column. Roast '. LB
Mike Sanders, son of Mr and
I Mrs. Horace Sanders, Is one of
four children.'1Ua older sister
: Is married;.Ma older brother MILD CURED HICKORY W.D BRAND PURE JUMBO
I will be going to the Univ. of

tle South grade.brother Florida Mike's Is\soon going favorite and into Ms sport second lit- SMOKED HAM GROUND BEEF VIVA TOWELS

Is fishing. Limit 4 roll with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarette

BM3 Dogan reporting Smith?has staff ormtwthe WHOLE OR

years. He likes bowling, archery BUTT PORTIONS SHANK '

golf, tennis and reading. ,.. 54 ,PORTION
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis 44 5 $299 $1
I
Smith of Starhej,jDogan has one CENTER CUT LB. 33
brother Hogan who Is 12. HAM ROAST
Guy Stalnakeit likes singing LB. P K G, ROLLS
swimming, reading and a few L. sse .
sports like golf bowling and .
tennis. He, along with the other GIANT ARROW } .." .. ASTOR BLUE BAY :
boys has been In above average /
I classes at the Middle \_
i School Including algebra. The PETlltl l OFfEE IU.NA FISHt
I I son of Mrs. Ella: Stalnaker M 1'r'C. ,..
i Guy has three sisters and a<**| 1.
protinii"Mi) amur C- 4'/1' !'. I'I--' Y !' ... I 'foi; .,..1 'n1 .
As ftjveclali treat"la thanks t ........ .... ...'. ,-,)
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for tflelr writing tat the BMS $ a l .w" 0- L1 CC $
NEWS the, reporters took a v !
Held trip to Gainesville last 1 a 58'f" 4 l' @
week with their sponsor Mrs. 49-oz. I-LB. 6Va-ox. 'n
Jackie Cline'They: boys first PKGS. 105 CAN CANS ..fJW.D
went bowling.to Guy the and Pelts Dogan Union teamed for

up to represent SB and Bruce
and Mike bowled' for 8A in one
game; Bruce and Mike for 8A
emerged victorious despite the BRAND USDA CHOICE WHOLE BEEF..t((6-S-IB. AVG.) THRIFTY MAID GRAPEFRUIT FRESH SAVE 40c-DIXIE! DARUNOPrestige V

fact that Mike. -was. bowling left Tenderloins . LB.x199 Juice . . 3 46-.I CANS $100 Crisp Celery 2 STALKS 39C Bread 4 -:VE;> 99C
After '' .
bowling' the group wentto W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP NEW YORK MORTON ASSORTED COURSE SAVE! lie-CRACIIIN' 'OOOD SAVE 7c .DIXIE DARLING

browsed McDonalds around: tor the lunch Gainesville and. Strip. Steaks .. 10 AVO.1-01. $998 Dinners. .' .. .. 2 DINNERS/17. )00| Saltines. . 5 PIIGS.l-lS. $100 1 Dinner. Rolls .2 As. 39C

Mall) before returning to .
school. "i'Sl: 'W D BRAND USDA CHOICI BEEF BONELESS TASTE O- SEA SMALL SAVE! 20c REGULAR,LIME OR MENTHOL EDGE SAVE lOt DIXIE DARLING RAISIN'. CINNAMON. FRUIT OR

*0* Delmonicos '10 :AVO.1098 l lW.D ) Fish Sticks '. . 2 PKOS.*" 99c Shaving Cream SIZE l i>; 79C Pecan Buns '. .". 2v, 88C

BRAND USDA CHOICE SEEP BONELESS DIXIE! WHIPTopping SAVE! 2lf SCOPE MOUTH SAVE lie THRIFTY MAID

last Short two Stuff days--of the movies traditional were Cubed Steaks 5 L OVER aS.G" 798 . . 2 QUARTS $])00 Freshener . BOTTLE" 88C Corned Beef .. "-o 68C

real winners. The students saw"Hatarl BONELESS CALIFORNIA SAVE lOc.SUAVE SAVE lit'SPARKY .

"North,bv" Northwest""Batman. The and Chuck Steaks '. 5 IBS.OROVER $JC" Sunkist Lemons 12 PoR 59C Hair Spray . CAN"' 59c Charcoal . '20 .l'o S8c

faculty held a baby shower for
.; W.D BRAND USDA CHOICI SEEP FRESH SAVE! lOc ULTRA BAN 5000 THRIFTY MAID MEDIUM OR LARGE
,.
department Mrs. George head.1 oper. .,The science students Rib Steaks 5 IBS.R$749 Green Cabbage 2 HEADS 39C Deodorant . Sa 99c Garden Peas ::.. _. 6 CANS 14... $100
and faculty; will be missing -
these staff members:Carol
Cheek, Jim O'Neill Ann Llnd-
soy Barbara Miller Maxine THRIFTY' MAID ICE MILK OR SUPIHBRAND SHIRBIT OR PURPOSE
Tucker, Janis Hollaway, and SAVE 17c.ASTORFruit

I I John the graders high Reddish school bad a who.great. .Is The going trip eighth to to I Cocktail. 4 CANS. ... $100 WESS' OIL

Disney World II>and also have
about a $1,000 for their treasury SAVE 33c.THRIFTY MAIDSliced Limit 1 of choice w/$7.50/ or more purchat..xcluding clgt.AJTOR .

to boot. .. $1 '

and Have see you a wonderful next year. summer $ / e Peaches_ 4 CANS 29.01. VIOITAtllOIL ALL "

Reporters: Bruce Moyers 2 a I
1 THRIFTY MAID SLICED OR CRUSHEDPineapple 88' @
Mike
Sanders
Dogan Smith 48-0:.
and Guy Stalnaker.I HALF 38 e# 420. $100 SAVE 1c BOTTLE .

S 4'1i14 GALLONS e NS I ./-.;AQSOTTLlUiy

P
PINSBRIEZE GRADE 'A MEDIUM JUMBO

k R TREET < FRESH GGSHOTICANTi[ PES







12-oz. 44 @a\JeIU..uN.D\ Margarine 3 $1 3 $1


ftj ', : CAN VIO PR08.' l/'.) $100. DOZEN FOR


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I COLOR PORTRAIT
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Only l 9SC lEXT d 1EXTRJ 1 EXT J'7, : iwXT J"'ti' 1 EJOC' lAa '

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'lto.lt, OM P.HUWy ONE QUART ONE 33-01. BOTTLE ONE! 3-eEAR THREE 2..1. CANS 1 TWO II-PACK PKOS. /
LIQUID CLEANER FABRIC SOFTENER ASTORInstant THRIFTY MAID SUPERSRANOTwin.Pops S
MITCHELL'SDRUG' R WIsk No Soft T.a TomatoesOOOO 1 M..r '
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ONI ...PACKot.. CANS ONI 33-.I. size I ONE }-ls. SIZE ONt 3-Les. OR MORE ONE S-UJ,.,* .
i HKS ''Ii TIL 6 ASTOROrange SALUTO PtUMROSICanned BONELESS PORK WoOl :
Juice Party Pizza iI Ham Boston Butt Beef Patties :
v.u.a .OOOO THRU JUNE 14 "+ OOOO 14 OOOO THRU JUNE 14 +":::.:: GOOD THRU JUNE 14 '/ 2 OOOO THRU JUNI 14"Telegraph i.
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An investment in Your .j WILDLIFEWCOMMENTS
Future ,.,- Vola JohnsonMrs. ,
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Ui: I'v: : if: ':' ft'r: ::: i' : .- of Starke. Vola, died C. Monday Johnson.after 70, h-. ,"' ON. '" THE OUTD

V."l'W : IF i I by
ii .;< [ 1[" l' t"l :' an extended Illness. She was ';I';
1 t d K''
t,: I t llr 1,\!, m' =i 10.born 1901 In; Indiana was a retired on December clerk, Dr. ( Frye, !Jr. 't i

"For where your taeiiwi,, It, then will/ jour kiwi. bi lisa" and a member of the Chris Director/ .

;:y-: '! ... uU! .'"dW'fP{ :' '" 'k-.r' ; ;' :: ,'/ 'f-:"t t < : ':,j ,, ;.,. :" ..,,"n, ,, #.. .\,," .;'.. .: >V \ :. .. ..t/;;: .W I W );;{< / Uan Church GAME AND FRESH WATER: fiSH COMMISSIONt
Surviving Is one daughter

Mrs. Don Chltty, of Starke; ;.'. I
FIRST QAPTIST CHURCH NORTHSIDE BAPTIST
,
STARKE CHURCH AIRPARK, BAPTIST CHURCH.: :! LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF CHRISTAT one Fort son Walton, Glenn Beach C. one Johnson bro (FPR)..,Florida's slate' bird seem 1 "lw;*(the little gray ird Hi'irhsits. \

Sunday Sunday School, 9:45: Intersection of Highways 16 Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Mor-' HOLINESS CHURCH: MELROSE ther. Herbert Cox. Leavenworth; the mockingbird is u dowdy bent: -,on alienating dogs.
a.m.; Morning worship at II .(North) and 225. It.v. Wayne ning Worship 11 a.m Evening' Sunday School 9:45 little ifou relv. and small
; Worship 7 : a.m.; Schedule of Services: Ind.; one sister,, !Mrs Elzle frump on boys with a
sermon "Conversion of the Wells, pastor. Prayer p.m. Wednesday Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. Goodman, Hatfleld Ind.: nine surface appearances fur vour mischievous un oCll'nbelligerent
Meeting and Bible
Phlllpplan Jailor"; Bell Choir Sunday School, 9.45: ; Morning 7 Study, Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- Morning Worship 11 .m. Evening -' gi andchlldren and one great judgment. But it doesn't hike attack. '7
p.m. Study Book of
on Psalms.
Practice, 5:15; Church Train- Service at 11. Evening Service 7:3'' G.F. ship 7 p.m.Tuesday Worship 7 p.m. grandchild.Funeral long in watching mockingbirds! 'The little birds I verigid
Prevatt
Ing 6.15: Evening Worship.7:30: ; 7:30.: Wednesday Service, Welc.nu pastor. Everyone Prayer Meeting 7:30: All other evenlngs-8 p.m., services were held to see beyond the drnp. gray ,, ,, i
sermon": "Paul's Sermon In p.m. P.m. at 10 a.m. Wednesday In Jones exterior and note the Lilcrittcssand ( iticiix about territuul rights

Athens CALVARY BAPTIST -l-'ev. W.B. Chauncey, pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN Memorial Chapel with J. C. devi4nuiyvare'it ucl,'. unit the.v regard un vas ion of
CHURCII
Monday Youth Choir Practice : NEW RIVER BAPTIST CHURCH Drown, Jr., minister, officiating : Not only is! the mockingbird mu ''h'I"" )hilllt', torrilor as an inn -
7 p.m.Tuesday Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School !10 a.m. Morn- SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Interment was In Crosby of the \\orld lines! singers, tint illllllllliu: do battle;' 'he size of
ing Worship 11. Union
Helen Masters Training Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training
BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship II a.m. Evening Lake Cemetery under directionof I hI"pplIIll'lIl' does 'seem to
6:30. : they may bo Kissed alii I i ighters"
Group meets at the church, : Evening Worship 730.: Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship, "
W Ser Worshp
633 Pratt St, Sunday 7.Jamos Shaw, pastor \ mat ter
DeUltt C. Jones Funeral' and
unloving pr.inkslcrs a"
9:30 Ida Pastor 8 /;
: a.m. Darby Croup at p.m. Wednesday Night ser- !10
vices
Rev. Jim Black : Sunday School a.m. Home. r: .llnekinghirdsse'to, delight
home of Mrs. S.L. Peek. Sr., vice 7:30: p.m. Everyone wel 1- Preaching 11 a.m. Training Union wellThe '
lit' lrilrallltilllL rrnwt' ho
111111:111 are no
2:30: Lorena iiiKikinghnil\ can
p.m.; Epperson come
5:45: p.m. Evening Worship, BROOKER, BAPTIST, CHURCH almost 111lIuurlllll hears. and 1I1.I{<'h i for the' (quick'' ale birds
Group at home of Mrs. J.E.: .STARKE CHURCH Jim Countryman, pastor. 7 Everyone welcome, Sinclair \ |
p.m. MosleySinclair
BROOKER FLA. I'ulk' "I\\ tin- cum can (ell I il! lumberhidij'iind
Hardy, 3 p.m.; Young Musi- OF CHRIST -Wilbur ttyess. Pastor some sat/w.ir/ .junu ml;'
clans Choir, 3 p.m.; Bell Choir Bible School, 10 a.m. Wor- DEDABAPTIST: CHURCH: Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sun proves upon tlu niigm.il/ !. II is .!'; IK 'il'lil1l'd' by thee
immediately following; Ethel: ship Services II a.m. and BROOKER CHL'RCH OF GOD day School, 10 a.m. PonDristol, Moslej:\ 56, of 424 believed b*.' some I than' {lI'h'>'\ ''cr in .in. e n'mo r a ble I

Biggs Group; meets at home of 6 p.m. Midweek Service Wednesday Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- OF PROPHECY,' BROOKER Superintendent.6:45 Training Union Hermes St., Jacksonville, died mll'klnlLhil'tllI'iII'I' imcii.ilil| in ''kmijhii-d.: \I hn l li ii.(rally flies
Mrs. Clara Mae 7 p.m. Ladles Bible ship Services II a.m. and 7 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- :: p.m. Lowell Douglas, 1 Di Tuesday, May: 30, following a the xeisalilitj nl their\ v'!" .ironntl IIliimimiH h I. dov','-
Knight rector. Worship Services
Brownlee ; ; Class Thursday II a.m. Church p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. Ing Worship 11 a.m. Young Peo m., 730. Midweek : 11 a. sudden Illness. lie was born In \ ninikingl.. till sing in 1.. ., | :lIIelIN'I'klll;

Group meets at the located one block west on sr: -Rev. Lacy Conway, pastor pIe's ServIce, 6 p.m. Evange- vice, :7:30.: Lavern Outlaw Prayer Ser-, I-o\\tcy onugust 30, 1913, the telehr.il" III'a new day. "snip! ,:.viii;,' :11111: dogs" ( 1 ge( the same
home of Mrs. Dot Sale: Lot 16. listic Service 7 p.m. Wednesday director. music son of the late Carl and I Daisy dining the\ long hot ..ilteinonn/ ,111.! ':.ifim-Ml" s espet! .i imy Iv when
tie Moon Group meets at -1, r.II. Bell minister I'lNU I.r\L'L': : H \P1IST Hosier :\Iosle)', He was em- '
: Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.m. and sing unit ;.1"| lining ii'. ) !I"hip! IIInl'klllloth dll arc
church 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m.Iorn: Come and worship with us. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF ployedin the I Duval\ school balm*. Miinmri" night II von ,! i'I bt1.) Rut l h v' mi cans( do
Wednesday Family, Night PIXTHILL: : CO)1EG.TJOM.: ;): :; ing Worship II a.m. I're Services -Rev. Harris and member of Is ,
Bobby pastor LATTER DAY SAINTS! system was a don/ I like Ilieoiitnl nl ., Him' kmvbn ( /llrcd a ':) )$ to'Kiln
Supper, 6 p.m.; Prayer Meet MI'IIIODISTUIIHUI: / (Booster Hand Young 1404 E. Bessent Road the I Evergreen: Baptist Church. mm, 'king!11I1'l1> "'V.nt' : ii I niinnli/ II llii'ic' is null in! else: toliulili
Log, It.A. Meeting, 6.3D; Teachers Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- People and Prayer Service), GREATER BETHLEIFEVlFIU Family Home EveningMon Surviving is his wife Carrie and he will change( II I iiiicretold ,, JliiA 'II 'iifjht t h. other.

and Officers Meeting. 7:15; Ing Worship II a.m. Youth Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. -:\MLLBAPTlSTCHtRCH! day. Xorn anIosle'l: ; one son, and iiihMte... : 1(7( liangi's( in 'Milflrlllili' H ludd11ig a l li.illle

Church: Choir Practice, 8 p.mW.l 6 p.m. livening; toot shIp, Midweek Service Wednesday Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday Primary- Tuesday 4.30: p.m. three daughters; one brother, Ming Iti ",'\I'" 'minutes, uiili' .1.1tolalol i i'i'"v.il IL uilh. .a.is, IIMMV'J, ', do/en.
\. Hogan pastor. 7:30: ( p.m. Ke\ Tommy I., Mil 7:30: p.m. Pelohn Strickland School 9:30: ; Morning worship, WednesdayRelief Societj, Earl :Mosley of Lawtej; six .. r>/Hilitleient iiiiilalions: in bn'dt'ttkutglurl' ', : I .iI'r'rearrIII) )
hard, pastor. Pastor. II; League 4 p.m. Night Service 7:30.: sisters :Mrs. Gladys Saunders the 117 -I"'II ,'ibritnnwkugh11'ds. / ': ( iioiinil. ittint
MADISON.I'KI.:liefBAPTIST : 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams Thursdaj- :\",1.7:30: p.m. Penney I farm; :Mrs. Fffle, I Lee, ( sMtw'kugh11nlt ''\ li'nuw'koighiul I 1 dt'rideIvtlwy11'1Iikelint
IIUST" ASNTMBI.Y:: Hopi: n.\PTIST : : ( like IIthl'I' amp'\ I iv
CHURCH: : Of (Got) cm RCII ( pastor. SundllPrlesthood,8:30a.m.: and :Mrs. Evelyn: Strickland,
Ratford Road Weldon St. (highway 100 at Thercssa) Sunday School, 10:30: a.m. Evening : Green Cove Springs: :Mrs. :Minnie birds, and small, anim.ils, I in t I I ir| '('lion in .1 t

Sunday luno II I -, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. FIRST UNITED: : METHODIST MeeUngtp.m.Sacrement t Redding, :Mrs. -,ewe II Hed- Iotl.m.ral ,seem to have the sanii1. I hulivi.t" ;'| nr a i!l.iss initiivv or I'
Sunda ing Worship |II.| : predator' pioblem. including" ulhiM'.iuuy| ""It'I"| Is. il he will
School 9:45: Morning Worship Sunday Tvenlng Morning Worship II a.m. STAPKE Jesse D. Branson, Branch ding, and Mrs. Clara Brewer, /
;
at II; Church Training, 6:15, 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30.: Training Union 6.30: p.m.Ivenlng Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning President. all of I.avvtej'; a step-sister, (0111111 small.. bays, viith KM ,1'fhrhit:. own inprlwisli'iitlv 1 go( CIIIII
WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15; -Charles Thomas pastor :: Worship 7:15: p.m. Worship, 11.; Junior and Senior Mrs.: Emmaline Bell Dallas, guns( \\'hil,' 111111I"* 1I"t'r,"! a tlite.il will) Iotr.1. danger

livening: Worship, 730.: ; EVERGREEN Wednesday Night\ PrayerServices MYF groups, 6 p.m. Texas; and two step-brothers others apparently' oiler no at.npmuig. ( hlllllll.ll'.l
Monday Youth Choir PrnrJco BAPTIST/ 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal HEILBRONV:; BAPTIST William Pringle of Sanford and threat :at" all, and ill limes it ., kniKlmds, hits IH the
CHURCH Packham. 7 Meeting CHURCH: IIIGHWA16 K. Waldo .L. url ;di.il; I male i'li.uil.ilKi1 .list..
: and Children's Choir, 7 pastor. p.m. Prayer Pringle, High Springs, pig
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Sunday School
10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. -' u .u. K'X \ ;
1'\"III'wlly ,
p.m. 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal ana me granacnuaren. where the vision cfi
Ing Worship at II a.m. Sunday 7:45.: ,Morning Worship 11. Training I Funeral services were heldAt Lucille Knowles, Mrs. Clara i ii iinccnii'd II'i fen .I''
Wednesday Prayer MeetIng night Service: at 6:30.:: ST. MARK'S: EPISCOPAL -DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. Union: 6:30: p.m. Evening Ser- 4 n.m. Iridalune 2. in the :Mae Owen and !Mrs Louise ilc"I\vjf Jill:'. the nett' ) Inn lug! I '.
Mission Friends, Girls inAction Wednesday night prayer CHI RCII, STARKE vice, 730.: Midweek Prayer
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at Hernandez all of Starke; three the iif.ilisiiifH\ Ins ht- 1111. it'sseveral,
7:30: ; Adult: Choir: Practice meeting at 7:30.: Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd Service 7:30.: '
starKe 1v Mathis Ovid Ihl', '
with i'e\ U. sons, Thomas Kirb} Thomas \lust d' Ihl'ha;,'
Cecil
830.: : E Crawford, Sr. Pas Sundays, II a.m. Morning -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, pas officiating: Interment was in and :Nathan' Thomas also \t.l:...*,. hungry\ : noun t In< feed!
tor.
.-Denton Sumrall,'pastor.GlrACr. Prayer, 2nd 4th and 5th Sunday GRACE BAPTIST tor. Kingslej Lake ('emeter)'. of Starke; two brothers Claude Unit, t Ltd.( male nines' i ipi f Ins lofty
II a.m. Church School 9:45: CIIVRCII STARK
Green Maxville: and
Lacy \\1'1'11 i fn help. in Iht nnmdaneIuriiiI
ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC a.m. K..Y.C. 6 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- CARD OF THANKS Green, Jacksonville([ ; two sisters hu
:: BAP-11ST CIIUIK/ -John M, Rector ]Ethel M. Thomas
CHURCH M.ICCLRNNYSunday : Flynn Ing Worship at II. ,Training :Mrs Pearl :Marcum "
HIGHWAY Words cannot adequate! Billie. \ this clnl'-In': his
SIOOA11111: <1: I nlon, 6:30 p.m. Evening Wor- ex- :Clop)
Jacksonville and :Mis. 'Maude
Mass 12 noon. Holy press our deep appreciation: :Mrs. Ethel :Mae 83 ; stilt! .'r:. oil i I t ttL
Sunday School 10'a.m, Morning !Day Mass 5:30 p.m. BAYLLSS HIGHWAY BAP 11' '* ship 7:30: Wednesday Prayer Thomas Newmans Starke; 13 grandchildren ,I1
Worship II; Training Union' Meeting 7:30.: --Rev. Leon the flowers, good acts and of Route 2, Starke widow of
7: Evening Worship 8. Wed Sunday Service School: 11 10 a.m.Church Worship T, Odom, Jr., pastor. words of kindness in the deathof Francis: (Frank) Thomas, died and 12 gieat-gnmd-! ,
nesday Prayer Meeting, 730.: a.m. our mother. We wish especially \\ednesdaj. :May 31, in the children.
l LAURA BAPTIST Training 6:30: p.m. Evening : to thank Dr. Adams fount' Funeral I services were heldat
Loon after
Rev. T. Odom lr..pns-' AIUPMIK. BAPTIST Chil itCh Bradford !;) Hospital -
tor. Sunday School 9:45am.Mor-: Worship 730.: Sunday School,'10 a.m. Morning and the nurses of Bradford an" extended illness. She 2 p.m. I Friday In the I nlon'
ning Worship 11 a.m. Evening WednesdayPrayer" Meeting Worship II am. Evening: County!;) Hospital, who were so was born In Bradford Count Primitive Baptist Church with
Worship 7:30: p.m. Midweek Bible ( 7:30: p.m Worship, T p.m.ednesday; kind and considerate of her on :May\ 12, 1889 and was a Elder O.M.: \'aiboroughofnciating. I

CO,'>/i,?; r.G: .\110N\1. I IIOLINVSSciin.tcii I : Study Wednesday, 7:30: p. hey J.D. Robinson Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, through her Illness. Cod bless member of the Union Primitive Interment was In' I IXal'

; m.Be 7 p.m. Young Peoples :MeetIng -" you all. The famllj of :Mrs Baptist Church. Cemetery with DeUltt (',

Sunday School 9:45: a.m Lester in church Austin Sunday. FIRST CHRISTIAN CIILRCH everj' Monday, 7 p.m. Ethel :Mae Thomas f i .11,{t', .Sun; '1\'Ing are lJtIl;.daughters, :Jones' ( I Funeral Ilomo'uFharggVof '.'.''" '0 't' Ipulanccd diet x what

Morning Worship II a.m. Youth pastor.nr.TIITL Sunday Service: Sunday Sc'; o1! (;.r. Prevatt, pastor, rvcrj- -fit rMr; wQas, i RT,' }?!!FagsYtrs." 1 arrangements. ,enen ,fFwl. dMN, 4'i.' u4, ;ll/Tel/
:Service 0 I'venlng: Worship one welcome.ST. .
p.m. 9:45 "
: a.m. Morning Worship "
7 p.m.Thursday. : : 10.45 a.m. Sv.ins: Service, 7:15: -, '-, M' ...:, -..' ." ". '.,,, :.ftU : .. :. 1
BAPTIST CHURCH! fDvXARD'S
.
.
C
night Prayer MeetIng p.m.outh \1IIO11CCIltliCH
Croup Meeting Sunday -
Sunday School !10 a.m. Morning
-
7:30 STRKEFather
p.m.David 6:30
: p.m.
Pastor ,, Worship 11 a.m. Evening James Cregan
Hodges, pastor
-J.C. Brown, minister
Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer Saturday Mass, 7 p.m. Sunday Gold Kist 6'

I .'1 Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Mast, 10 a.m. holy 1)ay' Mass, Working to develop
new consumer such Gold l Kist fried
; : -Rev. J.C. Saunders, pastor JORD<"VBAPTIST 1'4SSiON.IRY' ; 7 p.m. products. as

HAMPTON BAPTIST. MISSION' Confessions Saturday' 6 chicken to give our members greater return on the products they fIg
CIIIIUCII/ MORGAN RO\1J CHAPl'l.Sunday : t'.S. 301 North behind"Tas- grow

Sunday School 10 ajn.;: MornIng ,- 9.45: : a.m' Sunday tee Freez '' Drive In, Sunday' ) P.m.School of Religion: Good things for the farm and from the farm.
!Service II a.m.; Rible Study School II a.m. Morning Wor- School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Grade School Sundaj II
6:30: p.m.; I'vcning: Service7:30 ship ((5 p.m. Training Union vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer a.m. to 12 noon.
P.m. ,7 p.m. Evening:: Worship. Service 7:30 '
: p.m. Wednes High! School -- Sunday, 7
Wednesday'Prayer and Wednesday7:30: PrajerSer day. "
.
Bible Stud 7:30: p.m. vices. -Leroy Olive pastor, E,1". vn.BYLESS /
Melvin llumel. Pastor, -Rev. Bob Cooper pastor Crlffls. associate pastor .. ,'.: .
HIGHWAY \PTIST ; \
: 1"
: : "' \ :
.
Sunday School 10 '
a.m. Worship r'' : '
l .
I" JVS ,
) Service II a.m. Church ..II"/ "} i w' t 1. '. '. it" s .wJ, MfV. JrT "

Training 6:30 p.m. Evening .. .
Worship 7:30.:
.
WednesdayPrajer Meeting ,

I. I ',. It ni 7:30: p.m.
Rev J.D. Robinson #

1.
LONG BRIDGE B.PTiSTCHURCII f< -j f' *"*

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn ,', }' \ti \

ing Worship II a.m. Evening :i- w I

i, o Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday .
"
"
Everyone welcome.

Rev. Robert Halsten, pastor .f\.

CHURCH OF GOD

422 N. St, Clair St., Starke.
Sunday School, 10 a.m.Iom: -
Ing Worship II a.m. Sunday r % 1 AAl IC' Si
Evening 7 i
pjn.outh Night. '
Wednesday, 7:30 I iiI)
: p.m Prayer + r .e ;
Meeting, Friday, 7:30: p.m. d ; r 4rir'
% a -Rev. \ ,W. Kldd, pastor : s 1'r


KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST A..

Sunday School 9:30: ; Training I ,
If you're old enough to ,want Union 10:13: a.m.; :Morning Worship

U a.m. Evening Worship
your own telephone 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: dl
i
Wednesday.
.Rev. S.C. Cuthbert)
you're old enough to want Pastor Interim Pastor


your own typewriter. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN V ?I -Ft"--l

Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.
Morning:\ Worship 11 a.m.'outh
-

Th,'..\'nmn*,a link*In)mir'lid> ..I(I ho n.rk \'mi hin. .<.. lo r x'In. n,ill, of f.n MUM. l h'n,'n'III',1 wmrhuw, .)oiilllliul. Th,.nu. ."rv,uat I nf a|,"kiiiirt ""e. tice, Wednesday 8 p.m. ; I
"' '1111'lilli',\ ywnrvIfdnutgi.. ..."" .t hi, nu.il HUH. "In."tv}"our' :
lion 11..110.1" 111"11In .\11,1,1..111". ft (aarr- lit. ill. '4 tit
)".'lIr.-n ,""W. 'Iwr'au. "IIh".psnnrkvtrk' U'liirli ".,,11.1 i-von""U''lIof< '. CARD OF THANKS
\\it h)'our' .'"'n I hiiitfu. tonabli'trnnlwinnn.rim" t wartaaanlg'ttinguuthat. With deepest gratitude we
\ou u'tint, \....r iimvnu' \- ){t'l h'I 1\l|lvtwl.ra.a.tti:. ( tl'U.,I'lU'lH' .
t l..n.u il h)our' frfi/ .mln",Iv Jllo,' wrllillof b\' biro.!. .\1 ilioumxunnion.. ,.r.hvltj.rlr) extend this word of thanks for
thnt-notnhmuiyeuhrrin. Othrrthing.. I rnnhaplwn" : the many kind acts of sympathyexpressed x
\\ptinili-riiiiinil.. .'; .' IJ..L.Iki.p, ) ,,1ft hilI'"'','. auin'mrmtrruhrnyaiin'" by thoughtful .. ,,
\\lih'h bnnicn" un i I..)'ourounljixnirili'r Ikr tis.'at.h.hn..r.lthat', '.. nklnit.whr.'mind.dyau. \ These kindnesses have meant
: ) dQW
mi.gwdl.vlnJvmi.gw4kd.anl
| | lo.ink.
YOIIronll'pwwrhir, )juni link.:10 Iv inirtviuslimi ", ,, much to us.-The family of
"'I)",\'...urin'Iijnrs'rtrtl4. ; *' ,'II fithl"" >oiiri't\-iinvi'; > Sarah Brown.
InndtatirIvkdtaknal. Ilwwtght.wattuhpAw' | $,,iv (mm
.
AftiT ull.A hon "iHtipK*'ht'ur )niu., IHVIIIIIH. *a l>'|Hrltt'r rwill)' CARD OF THANKS t ,
thrbggvtytnpotatyp'w'ntro( | 11..110''")" -"" '" ) """"" '
thiy,hgun')'min'' 1111;......n.... iv'trv'lilr.i. IK "fiwt us it ivnh\ i up. Our Heartfelt thanks to all r t r r at
thingimnnuunniluuormnb| Anil t II..n:1. hnl I!>' nur.u'Icl who extended comforting sympathy key rE
cnlly.tn'rawa>'Ii"mm. j'''". inll.rllbxtlni.adinnm.wvnr.l r and help !in our recent
Rc.Idt'.whrnyaurown | Ift'l I sorrow. For the beautiful ser c:
isf.r'Img.dronluh'nmyauit
t 1'piw'rherI.uttingllvM1 i (
i nan wily la nvnli-r wily linn mint t Ivhi'VO. vice, floral offerings, and other
, ( an'on.'luf"'mlnUnjC" lkninglahint, or two iilv.ul SMITH-CORONA other kindnesses, we* are

\ ddeply grateful.

See Them At Family of W.C. Loper I

1'n'n
RAIFORD BAPTIST ., T'J' y 4tk4t.d t
PLANS HOMECOMINGThe i y.. =y A

THE TELEGRAPHAUTHORIZED First Baptist Church at

Ralford wilt observe its annual -

Homecoming on Sunday
June 11. All former pastors,
SMITH CORONA DEALER members, and friends are invited M

to attend special service

for the day. Dinner will be Cold Kist Inc Atlanta Georgia
served at noon. _

Pane: 8 Telegraph f June 8. 19n



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: dvoca;te Was One Of Early Rivals Of The Telegraph


What was tf Ukejtoffurrlve mingle with people of all ages "
her, a stranger In-.J taf4 late without being taken for an \
In the afternoon of a cool and urchin. tor and Publisher Eugene S. great' deal at folding and unfolding Lagergren was a land engineer -
Matthews In Tallahassee and then refolding, to get
cloudy' day. In Ncwejnber of was or surveryor by profession FAOCIINIATINQ
Ism ; SOME ADVOCATE HISTORY an/ a of fromIsrraad- doing newspaper work.
For a young printer by the Since The Florida Advocate Representativemember out a finished copy. The paper a sideline. He was Jovial enough ,'PJ I
name of Fenton seems to have been the most 0 0 ford County, at his request" used four page ready-print! by nature, but he was
proved to be a vejyt/xcltbg stubborn or prolonged competition we assisted Mr. H. E. Lagergren ed at some period of the time, very much opposed to any kind
experience. that ever befell The Brad the only regular employee which, with the tome-printed of competition to The Telegraph
As related In hit memoirs. ford County Telegraph It Is in the plant at the time, a couple pages, constituted an eightpage and both personally and In his
Mr. Prewltt arrlve4 '.bere on timely here to record some of days each week.The Telegraph writings he never failed to
such day.to' acceptmploy- authentic history concerning .js29. at that time was print paper. At that time The down-grade anyone or any move
ment with the Rev. P.W. Corr The Advocate during Its pub- ed on a Job press Just large Advocate was printed on a which could amount to another
a Baptist minister who had the lication In Starke. enough to print one page of Washington handpress taking printing plant In the Starke ter-
,' habit of starting a newspaper The Florida Weekly Advocatewas : the paper at a time and nec- two pages at a time thus the ritory. He, however appreciated -
In every town where I was owned by Rev.Corr a Baptist essitated a great deal of presswork press work on that paper was our personal efforts to
I '. called aa a pastor. minister who, at various at least four runs a elegraph cent lets than The assist him while his employer
I ',' In 1R97. Rev. Corr waif publishing week. It also necessitated a had to use. Mr. was at Tallahassee.
times served quite a number
,
; The Florida' :':Weekly,
I f,. Advocate one of the early com- of churches In Florida and for

'. .;I Telegraph,The and Bradford one which County..urf some newspapers time tried close to to keep where his he Government Pays 2/3/ of Health Bill

to vlved somewhat longer. than was trying to save souls too.
I. ni any of the several other The paper was well Into Its r
pa-
fourth year when we Joined Its For People 65 and Over Study ShowsGovernment
f KI pare that sprang up t ton I ,chal- .. :! ,
) II. lange, The TeI lll'P8h.a'' early force In 1897 and If our mem- ,
ory serves us correct, we
leadership. believe that the paper was published pays for two- under 19 was $11 billionof Medicaid is the Federal-
r Ie[: At that time. The i Advocate thirds of the health bill of which 27 percent or $3 State program that helps
) ,"". was located In the same brick for a while at Hampton people 66 and over, com- billion was paid for by pay the health care bills of By
then as well as at other places,
owned Dr.
?I building !L by pared to one-fifth for people Medicaid and other of all
government needy people
-,., J.L. CasMns, that Is ,now oc- before Starke became Its base ages. JIM LAWSON
, ,, < cupled by The Telegraph, althougb of operation. 19 to 65, and one-fourth for programs./ For people Medicaid payments amounted -
r'> ve", enlarged While we did not know that C those under 19, accordingto 19 to 65, the bill was $39.7 to one-fourth of the total HERE'S'A REAL
j.,, from time to Urns a change In management was social security officials billion-of which 22 percent payments made from gov- STORY OF SUCCESS
:. Life In Starke was"never dull brewing It became known here. or $8.7 billion was ernment funds accordingto Did you know that the ITth
w In those days, and Mr. Prewltt about Christmas 1897 that The "According to a study of paid for by governmentfunds the spokesman. President of the United States
recalls an exciting incident that Advocate had been sold to Tex people's medical and hos- the study shows. Health care payments by did not learn to read and write
occurred on the very first evening as R. Hodges, a citizen of pital expenses in fiscal Medicare is'Federal the Veterans Administration until 'he!!! married at the age of:
'
I of his arrival in 'Starke. Cedar Key and who In subsequent 18? That's correct. Andrew John.
,', 1971, a spokesman said, health insurance that helps the U.S. Departmentof and
This 'la the he"tells It years became quite taught how to read
way : ion war
, "the health costs for the health bills of Defense, and State and
r'I care pay care
r In die the former
A small Negro of some 30 or prominent politically write by ,his wile
. I,' more'years of age had assaulted State and for some years held people 65 and over totaled almost everyone 65 and local agencies were included Eliza Cardie. From there li*
"I 1 a white housewife In the the appointive office of Florida $18.7 billion. Government over. "Medicare payments In the study. went ',. Sampson City section' and the Shell Fish Commissioner. The funds paid $12.7 billion, or last year amounted to one- The study was conductedby the United Stales in 1865.
fl' Negro handcuffed'and accom- Advocate was then Issued oncea TT 68 percent. More than half third of all health care pay- the Social Security Ad- Johnson was not able to r-
1panled by several! officers week when Mr. Hodges assumed 0 : 0 of that-$7.5 billIonwaspaid ments made from government ministration, which administers t1'IVIf'}; II ,'!formal education b-
fi, passed along Call street enroute the title of editor and for by Medicare." funds," the social security Medicare. t'auserhia,l father had died when
,: to the Bradford county,Jail this publisher, but the first of Feb- The bill for young' people spokesman said. Johnson .was only four yearn old.
rte spectacle taking place ,Just as ruary In 1898 he changed frequency John'101was trained as a tailor
of Issue to twice a -.- and that f';'yuan his trade at the
the sun was setting' The Negro's -
week; Tuesays and Fridays time he' went into politics. He
I "' stay In Jail was to be
Before this change was effected several posts In
Hi brief, because late that even- REV, CORK wan extremely bullY trying: to get 'The Advocate"out 1 1M wall flocked; to
,
however the plant was TcnnoHSfx and finally to the gov
ing a number of heavily armed moved from the Gasklns build- under great dlffrultle when Fenton Prcwltt( came to 0 I ernorship.; also served in the
went to the demandedthe
TI r men Jail ing to the second floor of a Starke m a young printer In 1897. U. S. Congress and in the Senate -
keys and removed the
man new brick; building near the 1 'ffi/ from the
'" cell where he had been railroad Call
crossing on WdoH the Presidency
he II tt rS to
2. placed. He was hanged from the street and which then housedthe Usher he having leased the utter' IM:.ftssassination! of Abraham
limb of a large tree which stood further exception that a considerable -
hear the and post-office, on the ground newspaper from Mr. (lodges Lincoln.
the.
Jail body part Of 1899 and 1900 u
floor. Mr. Hodges equipped his Is alwny
A 1 ue lire success story -
was perforated bv bullet form and reduced frequency of publication the conducted by F.
a volley of guns. The Investigation office on the ground floor in to week-Thurs paper was I enrolled In both But this shouldn't delay lication a Q.
.. : the lobby of the post-office, once M. Prewltt as an Individual. am for benefits as soon % story. Our
11', that followed ,rought no having nice furniture and witha day. Mr. Harris was orginally Prewltt as a matter of fact, parts of Medicare, but I your treatment. Just bring as it is determined that you cnslompnri'Of-your' success always Importantto
;;: tangible evidence as to who did speaking tube connected with from South Carolina but latterly was with the paper In one way haven't needed to use It yet. your card in later or phone are likely to be disabled fora ) us and we are try our utmost! to
'* the lynching, so that was'marked the plant upstairs so he seldom of Klsslmmee Florida or another from the time he If I forget my Medicare: the number in. year or longer. sea That i you. receive only the
.,, off aa another case ,-closed. climbed the stairs to the mechanical he was a lawyer, but did not reached Starke In 1897 to work card, can I give a doctor or i The 6-month period is the host service.
The nights Incident left us part of the business. practice that profession whilein with Rev. Mr. Corr, wuntll the hospital my regular so- Q. I am confused about waiting period. You can file
,., a little Jittery the, next day It really was promisinglookIng -. Starke. Mr. Harris soon the plant was thinly sold to Mr. number whenI I IerARkr
cial security when to file for social security your application during this
tired of his venture and the Issue and Mrs. George M. GooI.by.who ,
but did ,, in but In the months
we manageto,, get set-up
about 12 hours work; and that following came the sinking of dated July 21, 1898 was the last came from the far North need medical service? disability benefits. I period, but no monthly payments -
left several columns of the Battleship Maine In Havana to carry his name as the man and who remained In Starke A. No. Your Medicare: have heard about both a can be made for the
"straight- matter", if type: for Harbor war with Spain to free 'at the helm; In the same issue only a week or two then moved card shows complete 6-month waiting period anda first 6 full calendar monthsof
reading as news matter was Cuba coming later In the spring. appeared !notice that Mr.Harris the plant to Wauchula. claim number your and this number 12-month waiting period. a disability.The IORIDA
know. There was no 40 hour Strange as It may appear to had relinquished his Interestto The Advocate continued is to Can you explain which is 12-month period refers ,>WS: 101 NORTH
week In those daysone Just conditions In more modern- Mrv Hodges, and that Mr. publication in Wauchula needed process correct to the expected dura- PHONE 964.7500
worked from sun-up to dark. day wars, the war with Spain Hodges had leased The Advo- until a year or so ago when It your claim for payment of tion of the disability
We were still In our fourteenth caused business to slow downIn cate to Avery G. Powell and was consolidated with another medical or hospital services. A. You should file an ap-
year when we first located atappearanceasto Starke and the Issue of Fenton M. Prewitt. paper The Herald In that

Starke so did,not retch IS un- May, i.,, )189,8, was the last published Fenton M. Prewltt.. who would city. Thus ended.Its. long and ,
,
I 1 r& .. r uuW "r r uI r ,, ,, ,,
,
'
tit I.f.v Qr the following -'tlperate1'** Powell Perwltt varied career. -,1' J ..1 .
". PJe as...a J.emlweokly news- x ..*.9.
'lWirc y .'<,''' .... .. .."'4 ...'...oW. J"., ,
lIoWefe Uf 1Stt .Ical paper. and thisi pat1nenlltp'w8ll'maintained f't'')M J >t >f:[ .JMV' r ',? yr. 'eanW aslnotams), ./ rlnn/ .m.a 11 rdds, 'InI' ''\'Udllk{ 4Ilt'
_ __- size: and the .The following week's Issuer 'except fonhort Inter' PLANT MOVED AGAIN > '" v
fact that we were able to do May 26th 1898 came out with vals, the remainder of 1899 During September of 1898 Powell : ;
adults work, permitted us to N.S. Harris as editor and pub- and 1900; and with & Prewltt moved the plant

I **...................N.......................................si from the second the post floor office of a large building frame to The ther Florid

store building on the southwest
) and Of The corner of Call and Walnut street
i "I" : and there It remained until It
was sold to Mr. and Mrs. Goolsby


Double Wides after Avery late the In C.Issue 1900.Powell dated dropped July' out 6, multi-bapk holdipgcompames

i ii 1899 and the following three
I issues, dated July 13th,20th and

27th. Richard S. Fernandezwas
Wildwood Mobile Homes, Inc. In .partnership with Mr.
Prewltt.
i 4J ComforlaHe. Desirable I that one was treason preferable why a was partnership 'be--

J. cause of the youthfulness In
i "' :j- Affordable i years"of Prewltt, who was only
-- 14 when he started work with
: .. the paper and was only 16 at the have
time he had Fernandez as an get togetJer'tt
w assistant, wholly on the outside to
i i as he knew nothing of the mech-
anical features. ) Prewltt
3 1 S:4v resumed Individually on Au- r'v

must 3. 1899 and continued sin
.'.1 gle-handed until February 15th ( in debt
)
: 1900 when the paper was leased or :
go
M : : to ME. Tison, who came fromHomervl
: r le, Ca. He continued .

1 .. to conduct the Advocate through
: 9r Z the week of April 19th, 1900
.
,,, and during his tenure he Issued

: .flf! t, 12x72Bedroom 12x60 Y a tabloid-size dally called tolendyouasas j'
The Starke Morning Herald.
f" 2 Bedroom Carpet s It was well-received, but Mr. ;
!
''
'[ Carpet Furnished And Tlson was a slave to strong .
I. :And Set L'p : drink and that vnelled failure( '
for him In the Ot Is
set up venture.
4 : worthy to mention here that
\ John N. Previtt father of F. much we can. ) ,
$500 I.i M. Prewltt, died In Starke. ::
: on February 8th, 1900 thus affecting ,
I I TII Jooo MONTH (1 i the routine of the news:
;: paper son of the family and

\,.
/ leading to leasing to Mr. TI- ",
.
,....:..:.:..,,, ." '" : son.) '
: '" ._., 'It' .. ;Avery G. Powell handled the( : .;.
y paper the two weeks after TI- HondaNational : : ,',
iI : son left, then Powell Pre- .....'"u ,; '.P'

i DOUBLE WIDE wltt were back In harness, con- ; ."" ;",! ',,: 7-:
tinuing until a short time before I"/ I: .
i TWO))' SMILINGCOUNTRY I \ Carpet Furnished And Set Up ;; OPEN i the sale to Goolsby F, M. ; .
: Prewltt being in charge the
: BOYS Lets Than 7 DAYS A i last few weeks of publication 1 BanksofFlorida rr ; ;

at .Starke. He finally advised
I 'iI" 00 / WEEK Rev. Corr (who had taken back : ':' "" '::1 ,
MONTH 'r' ,, : 'jf;
1 00 the interest of Hodges) that he
i r TILL ,D\RK j, felt that Starke could not support : "
:: :
two ;
newspapers profit-
;
f.ff -, ,.r1,1'. Inc.f(
..,. ..." .. ably for all and he felt it best :
i. i. :::.., for him to go else where. Then 4 ;

Rev. Corr found Mr. Goolsby 'l ,

wh'o. It happened met wtm a '" 1.01 I,..'
i frigid reception In Starke. It .
t" 1t-Yi4.
See Bitty Vernon Or Pete Peters Today. was getting wintery when he &'i yurTW' '" 't. "
landed *M''B''
there, but a sever.cold .
:v'/P/, ? r
... I wave came In Just aheadof
him and outatayed the Northerner -

Land Of The:Double wiles who, after getting out ,"-a

i iu. one where Issue the weather decided was to move more .'. ,.

: In line with chamberofcommerce A bank's capital accounts provide the measure of just how large a loan the bank can make tcr: $ '
..s. 301 North -. Starke Across From Bradford Motor Court literature. one customer Because we rank fourth In the nation and first In Florida In common capital accounts ,

PHONE 964-8919 (without debentures) we have more of our own money to lend. This ranking was reported In the'Aprll.

.J. HELPED AT TELEGRAPH Issue of Bank Stock Quarterly, published by M. A. Schaplro & Co., Inc.June .

.......................................................... and During during our the years month In thatEdI-Starke .


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Dept. urt Mobile Home Honey Order


Needs $$, $. Problem. Stolen FironiS.tarke :>; ;,

(From Page 1)) (From Page |1)) f Home"A.

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than half a minute, Green said within 200 feet of said proposed [ Starke
Crew
,
a factor often vital In contain- trailer site premises in wa*
wtt robbed of a 32.19 money or-
ing a fire.Questioned. every direction
der Friday after his) horn
by Commissioner Interpretation of that section -
Dave Shuford Green said only 1 tlY ; of the code Is open to was the broken Police Into according to
Starve Department
12.75 per cent of some 2,000 question, Thomas told the coun- ;
persona solicited for funds this cil. The t tulprlt broke in by mean
year actually contributed. of breaking the lowefr pane of
"From that it doesn't seem "It Is now doubtful the code fl !dy I Crew's door and reaching In
like they want It,"Shuford com .allows mobile homes within the t and unlocking the door.. '
mented. city," Thomas said Mobile Investigating Officer Julius
"They want it," stated Commissioner homes would lower property! Eunice said he found the broken
Ralph Bryan. "Butso values in some areas and would ,/ 'a 4, pane of glass laying out..*.
many of our citizens think not in others, he added. side of the door. He tried to
the county commission has Just John Torode, chairman of the take'!fingerprints but failed.
an unlimited amount of money. city's Board of Adjustment F '
They expect the county to pay Thomas says, has suggested Tlmetospjf B&E was from 10
for fire protection but they ,. dividing the city into zones, # alm-tot't! 5 p. m, Friday.: June
don't expect) to be taxed for allowing mobile homes In cer- 2. The// -robbery was reported
it." d tain areas and restricting them at 543p.: m. Friday.

Working out details of how a 1.I 1.- It A AI in others. Crews works for the State
county fire department couldbe ;: Councilman Orle Wiggins said r_ Road Department, and lives by.
financed, Commissioner I 'I'J'I he would like to sit with the iL a trailer park.FRIDAY .

Shuford first pointed out, and Mr. T.L. Co hands board of adjustment to work .
Bryan of' '
y Stanley
hit
the board agreed, It would be Kayiton something out to update the an'a;; 'a ILlV.I.NG
unfair to tax the citizens of well carnal certificate (for auto mechanic graduation present language on mobile Its ,far coed to exit 'from a dun buggy dresied forBradford1 High commencemnt : eOI-OR ..

Star ho for fire protection since coromonUt for the Va-Tech center last Wednesday homes. exercltet, but Mist Stella Jan Costello gracefully .gets the jab done.
they already pay for{, Uiut pro- night. City Clerk Merrill\ Edwards A
tection in Uio city. favors a liberal policy on mobile -
.Shuford then suggested electric homes, pointing out that L1 .., JA
power companies be askedto many families\ purchase mobile : :
collect a tax monthly on homes who cannot afford stan- Architect \t r?"
SetsDowntown
98
electric bills. Everyone: with Graduate dard housing.In "
an electric meter ho said, other action, the Council: .
would most likely need fire -Called for bids on two police :

protection. Ken cars Fuqua upon and request several of city Chief officers. t:1 : .JJI' '

torney Questioned Shaw by said the a.board tax ,district At- From Vo -T ech Clerk :Merrill Edwardssaid Plan ; t ''

",
composed of;the entire the cars not budgetedin kr" .4{ ,# '
county with the exception of the current fiscal year, will

Starke could be. established. Bradford-Union Area Voca- bet \Harvey, Sharon Lamb, and have to be purchased by placing '\rchltect Don Morgan has :Morgan agreed to ri.J1 X 14
But Shaw said Slmford's Idea tional Technical Center gradu- Janet Titus. some section of the city .agreed to prepare a plan for tho plan at the a'equestor\lers nreoorr: !) --MJ: era was authorized to fi
of electric bills seems most ated 98 students last Wednesday One student, Joan rlffls, budget in the red. the redevelopment of Call Street and 1971-72 Chamber President remove from Chamber rolls \.Q 9R PORTRAIT
feasible because alPftou&cholds. night with Director L. T. graduated In the secretarial -,]greed, at Councilman Jimmy In downtown .Starke, Chamber B.r, (Bud) :Mlzell/ Jr.- :Merrill Construction Co. and Only 95Ch.Idm :
would bo involved. "' '- Oglesby In charge of presentation vocational office education de- McRae's recommendation, of Commerce :Manager JolmMjcrs but Mjers sajs the architect, Scott's :'olobllelome/ Sales,
Funds collected 'within each of die teachers and Supt. partment. to refund $00 policemen have : told the, Executive Com- stated he would have' to since both businesses are no IvrI
municipality within the county, Tom Casey presenting the di- Another section In vocational contributed for ammunition mittee last Thursdays the plan in prepare time- longer operating in Bradford I I...",uur "I'./
Brookcr, Hampton;' and Law- plomas. office education were students since It Is a required part of and spare County ","",.l.I
toy, would be turned < back to Rev HeWitt% Farabee gave the Cheryl I Haldrec, Sharlenc I'lIlngton : their training. ,\ soon as :Morgan's planIs In no other deadline action has,at been the l I'.xecutive set. --Decided to recommend to o.6NALDSON
each town to operate its own invocation. ,. Gloria Griffin; \rbu- -Was told of the resignation ready) it will be presented -
fire department, the board stat- Oglcsbj first recognized Instructors tiis Pearsall.orma:' Lou Ked- of Dog Catcher :Milton :Mansfield to the Downtown :Merchant's Committee meeting: the Chamber Board of Governors AND OGLESBY
and administratorsthat ding DotSue/; Cndcrhlll, and which was requested and Committee "and they can take --:Mjors reported acknow today (rhursdaj, Juno 8)) MARKET
ed.Stating accepted last week by Pollee ledgement that the Suite Cab that a stand be taken bj the .UrirR
residents 'don't .
realize would not be giving certi KuthVainwright. the ball and run with It If they
the quality of i fire pro- ficates. :Mrs. Frances Hamilton In the vocational office educational Chief Ken Fuqua. There was want to," :'of)ers sa)II. inet received the ('hambel'Bonrd's Chamber on Bill for 1973() to ; ':VA1 II"'. I I A
tection they now have, Chairman was one of the people. Sho secretarial section no comment from the council resolution supporting come before the I .S Congress ,
George Itobcrts said Commissioner Is In adult education George graduates were Sherry ,\nnCo- :Morgan has been asked to: develop location of \\cstiiigliouse short]), Included In the bill l
Shuford ,has the solution Holiday was presented as not wart :Nancy Crews Joan IHn- -Accepted the low bid of $3- a plan to Improve present Tenneco plant in .Jacksonville are funds for the food stampprogram. JUNE 16
843 from Terwillegar :Motorsfor downtown facilities at a minimum favorable action of the Cabinet \s '
to the firemen's financial being at UicoTocli long e- son, Rebecca Jackson I IJorlsOvorstrcct currently written
problem. I.aw toy,, Hrook- nough for students to have gra- and Itonnlc Trls- a new Ford truck for the cost, :Mjers) states. The on this matter Is Indicative persons vohmtaril.v unemployed
er, and Hampton also same problem, llobcfls!! said. High\ school students attend djuto Sales was Just $2 over of the downtown areas as for the plant generated area- strike arc eligible for food
With adequate financing, Ito- William King, I Dutch Hefner, the Center for their vocational at $3,845 and Baldwin Chevro it used to look, :Myers said. wide, :\I)ers sa)s. stamps.
torts said fire fighting units and huger :Shelton were not technical training\ and attend let-Olds bid S3,959.) '
could be stationed out in the present to present their graduates their home high schools for -Deceived a request from -
county to afford rural residents "1'110)' are probably out. academic subjects. Adults and Geiger Road residents to widen
better protection. driving a truck somewhere out of school youth may attend and Improve drainage on the
decision was made to place said :Mr. Ogles) b)'. The three the day programs or dIe. evening graded road. The Council a- O
the fire protection question on instructors arc In commercial classes.No greed If residents on each side :
a separate unofficial ballot this vehicle driving. :' tuition fees arc required will give 10 feet of rlght-of- n n o u n c inVic
September. The board also a- Social adjustment Instructorsare However, students must furnish way, and matter was turned :1t
greed, at Commissioner Kalph Christian Prlesler and Bill workbooks protective clothing over to Street Supt. S. R, I licks.Oelger .
Bryan's suggestion,. tq give voters Shields. Mrs. Sally "Prlco is In and manuals when required hoed residents also

the three choicest full time. special instruction. .\ small,, registration requested city gas and sewerage t
part time, or no fire. protection. Diplomas were for the following fee Is charged for adults.Board.Hits. service. A $4,000 pipe laIna )'-
courses:adult education, print frtitrwi/1 fin nna AH flint
Chairman Miiinrri! Drown Instructor; automotive road .SPt.-; : .
Roberts asked said Bob Patter #1 I ', ...
Chief Green to como up with mechanics, Quincy son. Councilman! Billy :N'oegel I ,." :. -1..: MI' .....
\
figures on the 'feet of both full ardl\8fJ> Building< ,, trades. Ey. said the council ]II Considering :' t
t I time and part time operations. nest .lonosi, clothing construction No" Info;; ; sewer for, the road/, where
Sanitarian Jack' Trawlck, in :Mrs. Ruby Thomas\ ; com- eight 'residents now reside but "" ,
answer to the board's question, mercial cooking and baking; money is also the problem
said he estimates there are Mr. Don Williams; cosmetology (From Page 1)) there. The area already' has
6,000 electric molars in the ,. Mrs. One llutchlns; data city electricity and water. Ted /y
: processing Marlon Payne; that he has no idea whether f
': county outside the i l j diesel mechanics, Mr. Hoy Sellers the school system will receive
Starke. Fifty cents ,per;month tract on Geiger Head, told of
or $0 per year, per J meter ; electronics technology $3.3 or $3.9 million in state plans to develop a mobile home
would raise $30,000.Budget' /Henry Greene; Industrial drafting education funds. Therefore, the park there.
.I.. < Joseph' Kauffman; orna- superintendent said, his bud- -Was requested by Roy I Vickery
'I'" mental horticulture, Handy Mathews get planning is severely I limited Hoffler to take action to stop t tIs
; and !Norman: Wilcox; radio vandalism being Incurred by
and television repair Joe /
I -Heard another suggestion by youngsters with BB guns. Chief
(Ft am Page 1)) I Warren; vocational office edu- Sawyer that work sessions with Fuqua said he will patrol the
cation Mrs. Mary Dasburg and the board be held this summeron area more often. Homer said

tiy\ recommended 1 that each Mrs. kathryn Manchester. curriculum.Teachers should his chickens and dogs have ; .
county adopt a policy requiring mechanics Graduates in department the automotive be Involved he said. been shot with BB guns and Now Associated With t ,
were
a building permit; before William Atwood. Richard -<>I183'ed purchase of four new windows shot out

electrical service Is rendered. Crews, Jack Miller and Bryan bus chassis at $4,484 to be purchased -
He said he Informed 222 Miles
the Authority
Berton Stanley; building trades, through the state's bid-
that Bradford County already Emanuel Hampton, Wayne ding procedure. The bodies will
has such a law, the first be purchased from Blue Bird Of Roads
Wainwright, and James Williams
county in the area'to do so in Georgia The board's policy Starke
clothing construction,
--indicated it wIlMhot appropriate Sylvia Jackson Carmen Les- is to replace four buses each Chrysler-Plymouth
910.000 ;fora'' daycare ter, Sherill Austin, Vesta Dell, year, thus making the oldest (From Page I 1))
center in Bradford County bus in service not more than
Emelene Desue
Helen
RosylenHall of the board for several
which would raise $40- 10 years old.Okayed years
000 when matched by 175 per Dora Mae Frailer Belay upon recommendation but was restated recently. '
cent Federal funds-"The pro- Gwendolyn Jackson Miller Linda, Leggett Mildred, of Attorney Gene Shaw a Value of the 222 miles of grade SEE THESE USED CAR SPECIALS '
which
posed $41,121 day care' program settlement with Brown Construction Includes 340 different
Sapp Darlen Marilyn
Stephens
would cover only' 50 children Co. for $10,990 In roads was set at $580,372.
while the AM Williams and Linda Which commissioner has the a FOR THIS WEEKEND
county has 1,200 child- '\ liquidated damages for late
ren eligible, Commissioner oung. completion contingent, as Shaw biggest! road problem? It turn t
Graduating students In
Dave Shuford pointed'out that com- said upon complete releases out to be Commission Dave '
merlcial
cost per child would I I' prove are Jove cooking Lee Boltnn.and Patricia baking from both the construction and Shuford with 59.9 miles In his 3 Dodge 300
$295.00
Lawtey district <
mostof It in -
bonding firms. The
charge resulted
far too expensive for the county Corbel, Annette DeS "e. Sharon low areas which undergoesmuch
/ ; to finance for all children. Hankerson, GeraldIne Hen- from the late completion flooding.' There Is 52.6 ,
of the first new buildingat
Noted in the recent Depart- drleth and Bobby Kelly. miles of grade In Commission
BUS.Okajed.
ment of Transportation the Cosmetology graduates are Zedra Hamilton's Brooker dis- 'b9 '
$500,000 loan used to purchase Ruth Beck, Patricia Goodmin: three students' attending trict, but he hal somewhat a 66COMET ,
right of way for paving SRS. Julie Harper, Sonja Hughes, schools out of their smaller problem since Brooker
235. and SRS-121 was retired Cayle Whitehead; date process residence districts due to hard- -
a* of the Ont of June.. ingBrantley, James Brannon, ship if they are transportedby Not:\is higher far behind Bound is Commissioner Chrysler Newport t 4-DOOR
Beverly Crowell, Sharon El- private means. School bus- t:
--Noted, also, that the DOT land. es cannot carry a student pasta Eddie Alien in the Hamp-
pent $163,000 In purchasing school for which a studentIs ton district with 49.6.
right of way for SR-100. The Ralph Peeples, Eddie Davit, eligible in his district Supt. Commissioner George Ro
county had approved expenditure Bruce Norman, Keith Thomas Casey said except for a special berts' Bayless Highway district .. . . . ..
of $93 000 of its secondary Robert Waters were all grad student or a special pro- has 30.1 miles smallest amount I Im11es ..-
road funds but the DOT, from the diesel mechanics department gram. The board was reluct- of any district Commissioner "' t"
,
without notifying the county: of the schools ant to allow\ the exception to Ralph Bryan has 31.7 ( 64 \ .
11 also spent 963.000: to move In Industrial drafting Ber- the county'; court ordered assignment in his Blanding district :
utility; line from .the,.widened nard Brown. Mario Gurthie, system but after Attorney lane Shaw suggested :
l right of way.Received. Richard Torode Bernard Williams reading the order made the the commission: follow Its ; Falcon Convertiblef66' : :
notice that Duval Wesley Brewer Don decision. survey by cambering each road ,,
F- County 1 Is four year'away from4lanlng Frees Craig Criffls. and -Okayed a Bradford Education so the number could be used t'
f tIS-30r from' 1-10 to Cleveland Morris graduated. Association meeting TUBS. in describing property and in -- ., .
the Nassau County; Una.Wa Pre engineering technology day afternoon during regular locating a particular road on / -....... . .. ...... :
__ told by Attorney Gene graduates were Manzy Brown, school hour after Supt. Casey a map. It was at the attor-
Shaw that: Terrance Millard Brown Gerald aid It would not Interfere with ney's behest that the commission -
Shaw hal accepted the deed Daugherty; and Earl wheel- a planned program. carried out the sur f
from the American Legion for -Okayed Supt. Casey' recommendation vey. Shaw pointed out that road
additional propertr adjacent to r.Ornamental horticulture student that school liability do not always run along section -
the courthouse aloe ana mat it were Henry Strong Ad- ; insurance policy with line a* they should or
now belongs to the county.; rian Blake, Larry Brown, Alfred State Farm be continued for over the years have been moved
-The Seaboard Coastline Griffin Glenn Leggett another Hire* rear"* at the same from their first location by
Railroad ira agreed to deed the Gary Jordan, Marshall Ross rates, but with annual renewal grading and maintenance. r up f
,
I road In Lawtey Just east of the Danny Allen, Richard Bennett privilege -
railroad tracks to (he City of Derail Kelly,David McCutchen, -Postponed the July board ft
Lawtev and the countv. Indication ..Jbnmi Rocs, and Nathan Shan meeting to the llm due to the
are the board will accept Independence Day holiday. Hj Neighbors
{ the road since the county' non.Radio and television repair -Approved a resolution abandoning t
already maintain IVHI grade are Charles Green, the old Water Oak School Come In And Check On Our Year lJnd

recommendation. 1* Charles Stephen,, Larry Bat- property and okayed It for sale SALES DIVISION
that the county not charge on tea, AMn Fayson, Raymond to Albert Tyson for 725. '
occupational) license tax for thecurrent Hendrfoth Frank WUtenack. -Okayed, without exception, 1/ Sale Of New Cars
year. Shaw .aldmonle* Emery Tomllnson, Willie nom ervu. personnel change .
' received would' not JuatUV such: Jam. Jackson, Wallace\ I.ee recommended by the administration.
a tax. and Daniel Thompson.' T Stork
' -Aked the board for assistance Clerical vocational office education -Aked thatthevo-tech school away Chrysler-Plymouth =
I In. *ettii g up the Historical student* are Deborah com up with a plan by next a

CoounlHlon. Shaw Marl Casey. Cindy Chester.Cberytone meeting to remove unsightly. CtIII' ..
I need. na/aayi/ tot#know bow Comb Rabin "Junk" stored In the open behind Mrb Sa del. s
t the board want the commikn *- QMfbltt the new school on Brown Y 63 .1I'fh .r Vie Y r phey$4, ."" .
\ a"" tp operate. .,:Pamela\ Derrmce,1:16AJune : I.. Street. ryFire :.
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The _t.*t StraictMrrUt TM SU of Htmotn


J Union Athletes Honored


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Civitan Tops Int At All-Sports Banquet



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Jr. Boys Play and Over fans 100 attended athletes the C


Union County High Police Team Lead

Sohool All Sports I

Banquet at the school
Plating U runs In the that Jim Cissy, Ken Fuqiiay, and Randall Thomas and James
three Innings the Clvltanspicked Scot Hicks, each going two for Grlffis led Branding Iron,going oafetorium last Bantam BaseballPolice

their third win last four. Fuqua had a home run two for three. For the Jaycees Tuesday May 23.
Tuesday, May 30. to' remainthe as did :Tommy; ; reddish Ed Watts was two for
only undefeated team In three. Bill Brown had a home The annual sports fete featured -
Junior Boys ,Slow ,Pitch Softball BRANDING IRON 16 the presentation of the ry Department took a give BPOE a 6-5 edge. .

play. JAYCEES 6Branding run.STANDINGS: (Thur. June 1) coveted Shad Bryant Award r firm hold on first place and However, In the bottom of
The Civttaius topped BrandIng Iron inflicted the Clvltans 3-0, Jaycees &BrandIng most valuable player award in Southern Discount holds sec- the 5th, back to back homers
Iron 127 and the Jaycees let loss of the season for Jaycees Iron 2-1, Forsyth Plumb- each sport and a speech by ond place in Bantam League by Police won the game. Dinky
edged Mr. Otto's 12-11 on May and did it In a convinc- ing I 1-2 Mr. Otto's 0-4. University; of Florida Track Baseball standings after games (Klby hit his second circuit
'30. Branding Iron earned a ing way, 16-6 in five Innings SCITDULE Thur., June 8 Coach Jimmy Carnes. week, according to clout of the season, a three-

i-I sollt tor the week when they The Jaycees led 4-2 after two Branding Iron vs Mr. Otto's Given to the best all-around p' Recreation Director Gene Ray run Job. Mike Kitchens followed

;whipped the Jaycees 8-8, innings but in the 4th inning 5:30: pjn.; Tues. June 13 athlete who displays the highest burn. (Kilby to the plate and blasted
:-Thursday, June 1CIVIT 1. Branding Iron plated'nine runs Clvltans Mr. tun's 7 am. academic, civic, and church .... 7Southern So. Discount is just a half a his seventh circuit clout anda

to wrap the game up. The winners Forsyth Plumbing vs Jaycees leadership ability; the Shad ; game out, however, with three 10-6 win. .
ANS 12BRANDING outhlt the losers 14-7.., 8:30: pun. Bryant Award was presented to $ wins compared to four for Police outhlt BPOE 9-7 with
IRON 7 David Campbell. He was also c1r" Police while both teams have Mike Kitchens and Randy Cor-

The Clvltans plated U runs the recipient of the most val- two losses. BPOE dropped from bin each going three-for-three.
In the first three Innings and uable player award In track, a tie for second to third place. Greg Wakins was two for

led Branding Iron 11-0. The leading the team to the district ... ..... Coke, first half champ Is cur- three, and Dinky Kilby had one
rently the league's cellar team hit. BPOE was led by RowlandCumming's
nesrauram team put something championship. .......''''1\1oo .. O.thcr .
together In the late innings, Richard Cason, who hit .397 .... ...... ...!"'Io. ... RESULTS two-for-three.
> hits Chub
: Tues, May 30 were made by
scoring e M
seven runs but It was and
the
was leading pitcher on
BPOE hung a 4-2 defeaton Johnson, Eddie Akrldtre Jeff
not enough to the
run defeciC, The overcome Civitan Club 11 : .v the team last year with a 6-2 Discount's third baseman tries Coke and moved Into a tie Jockel. Max Wlillford, and
record was voted the most val- vigorously for second place. DaM Ie Crlbbs.

by had the 11 base five hits for five and were perfor-led uable Ronnie player Mack In baseball. to get the ball off the ground for an out, but failed, and On the otherhand Coke found Greg Watkins was the winning

mance of Eddie Blalock. Kevin most valuable player was in voted varsity the; the runn.r was safe In Little L.aqu. action Tuesday. out how It feels to be lodged pitcher for PD. Randy Corbin

Kelley had two hits. For the basketball. He averaged 21 in the cellar The first half relieved and pitched the final

losers, Randall Thomas, AI. points and 15 rebounds a game champions had never been any inning Eddie Akrldge went all
and Norman's lower than first or second until the way for the losers.
son Masters Steve Hill last season on the Suwannee Colonial
today, when they dropped
each'had two hits. Conference basketball co- their third game In a row. Southern Discount took a

champion club. Coke plated two runs In the firm grip on second place, remaining -
JAYCEES 12 Eugene Watkins won the most Tied For LeadNorman's first Inning and looked as
.MR. OTTO's 11 valuable award in cross country though they were their only a half game out of
In the 2nd game of the even- ; leading the team to the way to ending a losing on skein. first place and at the same
Ing, the Jaycees moved their ____ ; ;% r1 championship of the Suwannee Farm and Colon- The Florist team had 19 time Inflicted the fourth conse-
record to 20, by edging Mr. Conference.Jack ial Florist ended the first half base hits and were led by the However. BPOF. scored three cutive loss on Coca Cola edging -
Otto's 12-11 scoring' the winning McGill was selected the tied for second place and have time the second and held the first half champ 3-2.
3-for-3
run In the bottom of the most valuable player on the served notice they were unhappy Jordan performances! of Diane Coke scoreless the rest Discount utilized five base
7th. Jaycees had led 11-5 going tw?> B-team basketball team, which not finishing 1st as both and Sissy Long. Six of th way and took a 4-2 win. hits to score three runs while
Into the final also won the conference cham- are off and running in the 2nd other players had two hits each. Eac h team had four hits and limiting Coke to only two hits.
Inning, but Mr. h !Norman's:
Farms
half won a big Coke pitchers Bruce Wolfred
Otto's I pionship. Discount fell behind I 0
plated alx
top of the 7th to force runs In the 1k Best defensive awards were Both are undefeated in two one by edging Koch's, 12-10, Stu Rayburn, and Pat :Mundorff when Mike Nettles hit his 6th
Jaycees In
to bat In the bottom of the presented to Dale Green In starts In second half play In a real slugfest. The win Issued nine walks with six of, season homer In the second
Mr. Otto's 7th. baseball and Bennle Hudson in the Recreation Department's dropped Koch' lout of first these coming In the first and inning. But tills failed to daunt
outhlt Jaycees .15- Women's Slow Pitch place and allowed !Norman's: to ''second innings
by Mundorft. Southern
10 with Ken Brown basketball. softball and In the bottom of
going three share first with Colonial.Norman's .
for four. Jaycees were led by.Summer Most Improved player awards GAME RESULTSTues, May 30 BPOF.'s hits were recordedby the third, two runners crossed
were presented to Terry Hamil Koch's Drugs its then plated two In Jeff Jockel, Gene Tanner, dIe plate for a 2-1 lead. Discount -
won second
ton In the top of the seventh for a 12-
baseball and Homer in Rowland Cummings and Ronnie added nn Insurance run In
Weeks In basketball game second half as many with starts 12-2 In five the 10 lead. Koch's put two runners Crlbbs. Coke was led by the bottom of the 5th to makeit
a
Chuck Stearns was voted best inning wallop of Blalocks.,Bla. on base In the bottom of the the two hits off the bat of 3-2.

, .. .. sprinter and. Austin Statimlre lock has yet to beat Koch's seventh but Norman's refused Mike Nettles. Stu Ravburn and Keith l Kelley and Roger Mit-
*: best distan erunn er..JA..track "' to let them "score and Jack Prevatt and one hit each. zel paced l Discount, each get-
UF "tMsyear andarnow- -0-2 In. went on' 10 'Iftt-nVNor-: v ;;rRobetrEVa: : B"'plckCd -up the twohits'ltandy'tdnbndson !
track Immy'Carne. ting
coach J the -
Eddie Bloiock is safeafter" fiAt'baseman Ed Wens second half; man's. is the only team' thatKoch's
concluded the This w..clo. win going all the way for!TOE. had the fifth lilt. Jackson
'ProgramOn fumble the ball In a' Junior softball Tu. day. evening by congratulating game for almost has been unable to
gam. the fine sports pro- five Innings. After 4 1/2 Prevatt had the only other Coke

gram at the school, commenting innings of play Koch's led 6-2 whip.!Norman's: had 27 base hits to RESULTS: Fri. June 3 hit' besides the homer ty

Tap on its winning the Suwan- But when they came to bat in Koch's 21. Cookie Mundorff, The Police Dept. recordedit's Nettles..
nee Confernece All-Sports Tro- the bottom of the 5th, Koch's Vorease Patrick Linda Cub- fourth consecutive win of Jtojjcr MItzel hurled Discount

Men Softballers phy, and giving an inspiring decided to end the game and Kelley Richards, San- the second halt and took a to' victory, going all the way.

speech concerning the setting quickly plated six more runs dra badge Norman, and Jamie Cald- firm hold on first place by I)nice Wolfrcd, Stu Kay burn,
:The Starke Recreation Dept of goals and sticking with them to end it via the 10 rule. well each had three hits. For defeating POE 10-6; The loss and IHchard Hall shared mound

Summer Playground ProgramIs to attain success Games listed The winners had 11 base hits Koch, Terri Woods was Mr- dropped BPOE from secondto duties for Coko with Itaybum
scheduled'fan a six week Open 2nd Half these points as being vitally and were led by the 3-for-4 for-flve, Judy Young four-for- third place. absorbing Uio loss.
period beginning; June 19 and important for the young athlete performance of Carolyn Red- four, and Carolyn Redding 3- STANDINGS:; :; : Police 4-2 So.
operating thorough July 28. : Set a goal, one that's ding. Carol Darley and Debbie for-4. Police had taken a 3-0 lead Discount 3-2.; MPOE 2-3; Coke

Staff for gram will composed of Lin- Slow Pitch Softball League, two hits for Lawtey. plan develop desire and en- Blalock had only four hits. STANDINGS. Norman's 8. Kitchens hit his sixth homerof XIIini: I1.1'! :: This Is the final
da lIaal, Geerela Rayburn. Bob- opened play Thursday, June Cunningham Gulf eased 16-1 thusiasm, and maintain faith In the second game, Bar Colonial 2-0, Koch's 2-1 I, the season with two mates week!''of regular season scheduled -
ble Faye Chaff,' Pam Rayburn 1, with Baptist Church beating past Lawtey Monday night June in reaching the goal. rett's Concrete was unable to Blalocks. 0-2, Barretts 03. aboard. BPOE plated two runs games. Playoffs If necessary -
and Pat Watts.* Williams Jewelry-Community field a.team and forfeited to SCHEDULE! Thurs., June 8, In the second, three runs In ', will be played next:
Morning sessions will be devoted Bank 16-13 and Cunningham Gulf 5, as they collected just 11 hits 7:30: p.m. Colonial vs Bla the third to take a 5-2 lead. week. By the time this (sprinted -
RESULTS
to the Tiny Tot Programfor defeating Branding Iron 13-3. but stretched most Into extra ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION Thur. June 1. locks; 9 p.m. Koch's vs. Bar- Police tied it at five-all In three additional games will
bases. Lawtey could manage Colonial Florist won its second ren's June 13 7:30 the bottom of the third. have been
boys and girls ages 4-6. Bob Mllner led his Church ; Tues : played as games
Tide program >will be con- team with four base hits. just three hits. Claude Hardee, alco- game of the second half, p.m. Blalock's vs Barrett's; In the top of the fifth, Jeff are schedulod this week each
ducted Monday. through Fri Eddy; Ken Carlton, Gordon Beal, and .. trouncing Barrett's In five 9 pmColonial vs Normans.. Jockel hit his first homer of
haze Jim Duncan, and Billy ? innings 15-0. day.ri....._ .... .
.
day 0 11:30 This John Grlffis collected two hits !: the season, a solo shot to .t.. o fl.: ... r''n t..kS
a.m a.m. McRae had three hits each for "j ''' '
program Is conducted very each for the winners while Raymond ctI \ pili"j.'r.iun'( : 9: 5:30
the Church. Billy Sanford was Thomas had two of his topicsB
much like a kindergarten situation p.m.; HPOK: vs Police and at
In that our'Objective Is to top man for WJ/CB with three team's three hits. Lloyd Crawford 7 p.m. Coke'S S. Dis

ranch flip vhilrtran how to Rat hits.The had the other hit. PAUL C. FORMER count.

along with other children In a second game saw Cun- Second game of the night saw I Editor Inlonnitfeit' Strvfcti- On Saturday, -tuna' 10, tile
group situation.- This has for ningham blast Branding Iron the Hippies rout Baptist Church Annual Bantam Boys Dasc-
13-3 behind the hitting of 17-1 as they rapped out 18 base .
many years been one of our ball Part} will be held. The
most popular programs. Terry Hardee, Ricky Bennett hits while sending 33 battersto Like many other theories advanced i Swimming Part and cookout

Afternoon ,sessions will be and Fred Wheeler, each get the plate In five innings. by science from time to this year will be held at Paradise -
devoted to boysand girls ages ting two hits Brian Johns hita The Church had five hits while time and then refuted later, the !Lake, Keystone !Heights( ,
7-12 and will be programmed two-run homer, his first sending just 19 batters to the belief that an alcoholic must"want" Saturday 9 a.m. toj; p.m.
Monday -'.,. nday 1:30; 5:30 for RI to lead his team at the plate. Three players for the to be helped before he
.
Is worth bothering with U
plate. com
Hippies had three hits. Dean
p.m.This Friday, June 2, WJ/CB -- ing under fre.: ..
/ program will consist Johns, Tom Clark, and Gene -
squeezed by BI 1514. Lamar Dr. Gordon Bell founder of ,: .. Keystone
; '"
of a variety of Playground Williams and Wayne Harperled Melvln.:\ One of Melvln's was a the Donwood Foundation in Canada ....:. .:._ ..,. ..- ... ->-.. "" ....... '; .
games, special events, tour- three-run blast over the fence _.: .. .... 4 ......
the winners with three hits told the recent Inlernlll onalCongress' _. .. ... .-
,. .
naments, !and indoor games."We Mark Milner led the losers with ... ... r.... .. Wraps Up
.
believe we have a very each as their team collected two MtA. on Alcohol and Alcoholism ..-.... -
fine program lined for these 17 base hits. Ralph Gilpin and :MEN'S STANDINGS; hippies in Washington:: that "nothIng
youngsters*for' -the up summer," James Fender had three hits 2-0, Cunningham 2-0, WJ/ :: could" be further from the Little Randy Edmonton talc. a mighty" swing at the ball but misses and strikes out Cage DrillsSpring

says Recreation Director Gene each for BI. CB 1-1. Baptist 1-1, Lawtey 0- truth. In the game between Southern Discount and BPOE.
Rayburn. ,uRegistration\ The second game of the night 2, Branding Iron 0-2. "''Even the alcoholic coerced

for these programs saw the first half champs' Grau- Schedule: Thur., June 8 WJ/ into undergoing treatment by : basketball practiceat
will be Meld beginning dons Hippies, squeezed 5-4 by CB vs Hippies 7:30: p.m. pressures from family or employer Keystone Heights High

Monday, June 12, and continu- Lawtey. Craudons- could manage Cunningham vs Church, 9 p.m. could be salvaged," says FLORIDA' \ School Is wrapping up this week
.ing throughout the week. just nine hits to eight for !Mon., June 12 WJ/CB vs Dr. Bell. "In the case of the with the close of school.
,.. Lawtey. Steve Thomas had two 'confirmed alcoholic" the process :
Cunningham, 7:30: p.m.; Law WILDLlFE1f Coach Lyndel Kirtley reports
of addiction
Is such that he becomes
hits for the Hippies Richard
r tey vs Church 9 p.m. that four or five players have
trapped In his situation ..
.'
looked real
good this week and
and loses the capacityever! to =- COMMENTS ON THE OUTDOORSby despite the absence of \two or
..
decide that he wants to be "
I''. three players) duo
to working
Women oft bailers
S
cured. His
senses
are so anaesthetized i
after school, the team as a
that he
is unable to
whole Is much
make a.'free and Independent Dr. O.E. Frye. Jr. Improved over
\ Play In TourneyJune decision. earlier practice sessions.

"It therefore Director Highlighting practice ses-
makes
no longer
sions earlier in the week were
1-4'found these teams he sense to 'wait until he decides GAME AND. FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION tough man-to-man defensive
tine. wants help. because he "on'tdo drills.
from the local Women's Softball Jacksonville finished first In so." adds the doctor.
League playing In a Lake the tourney, going undefated. The 2.000 doctors scientists. Though not as timely in Aprilas Some fishermen apparently Mill spoil the day for his fishingcompanion Despite the fact that organized -
practice session will
City+ Invitational Tournament. Runner-up honors went to and researchers who attended around !New Year's Day, leave home convinced there are if he has one. clude this week Coach con-
All ,
three teams made a real the no fish and the whole trip Is a With a negative attitude Kirtley
Congress could no making resolutions continues afisherman
fine showing Daniels of Lake City with two report to is hopeful that most of the
in
says Recreation the tourney, losses and five wins. Lake City, breakthrough and no significant be a fine thing. Nothing serves waste of time. Since some may stop trying to boys will be participating '11
Rayburn. Director Gene Lanes finished third with two medical discoveries. In fact. more to help us improve than to fishermen find that Florida improve his fishing ability Me the summer activities programat
Colonial wins and two losses Colonial they Indicated no breakthrough make good resolutions and then fishing Is fabulous there has to may refuse (10 change his bails> the school. Klrtiey reports
Florist finished Florist was fourth with was likely and that no magic follow be a reason for the gloom and I location and methods of fishing
i.J. ( fourth In the field of 10 a record through with generous that the gym will be open two
Colonial lost 9-7 to Daniels entries. of two two. Blalock'swas pill would ever be developed to applications of actions, and suspect that much results either even when his particular style nights a week during the summer -
t Lake of 7th with a 1-2 cure alcoholism. from attitude or lack of skill.A falls for those
; City; the second olAee record. thoughts. students of the
, ,.4 finisher, and an 11 1 decision Norman's) 'was 9th with two But those attending the session At times I meet fishermen fisherman with a negative The school who want to play bas
,1 laws were able to report some attitude will get little pleasure negative fisherman
to Caine,Wlle. Colonial progress who carry chips on their ketball and lift weights.
\ .., beat Blalock and Macclenny. If In In efforts to help alcoholics. shoulders and are quick to from a sunrise he will not hear might improve his attitude and At least four basketball play
/ the birds at dawn and will his fishing success if he would
Blafock's defeated Macden- blame someone else for their ers are reportedly planning to
KNITTING nt'ETTV The ny, before losing to Lake City; r .. r I i'I One of the biggest problems fishing failure. The resolution probably ignore the cooling stop look and listen to the attend athletic camps during
mania for pants continuesInto and Colonial ;' brought out during the Congresswas that I would recommend to breeze that comes up on a hot successful fisherman and chart the summer-thus the reason for

spring and summer '71 Norman's met the tourney .. .. need for communication these fishermen are to be op. afternoon. He will probably There are plenty of fishermenwho I at least two boys working after

with a fresh new look In cot champ and were dropped) 16-1 ... that Is. .getting the message timistic to fish positively and resent other fishermen who catch: their limit. Are they school in order to save money
ton. Random-dyed cotton wish share to
knit witb '.'wide darby rib to the losers bracket In their across to alcoholics their fam resolve to get the maximum to the water with just lucky? Not at all. They are attend. Players expected to
shapes sleeveless jumper- ea a game- ) The bell gift/ for the man Ilk, their ,friends. and their benefit and enjoyment from him. and may even use profane people who fish positively. And attend summer athletic came

cut tank top and flared pants. copped a heart .topppeerInthee who ha. everything I I. a employer (that effective help every minute they spend out language at the fish that takes chances are you won't find a 'are: Bobby Hurner Bobby
Both by MIM Ingenue. 7th Inning, 12-10 to St. Augus- burglar larni.." is 'available. door. his bait or breaks his line. grumpy fisherman In the lot. Larry Robin Henderson aM
There is a real danger that he Turknett.

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: Members To Get Awards At ConventionThe I : 1




State Association of David has participated In this farm, where he has practiced The Seaboard Coastline Rail Stalnaker, Mike Oliver, Gerald -
Future Farmers of America contest for the past three years forestry management on 45 road Is sponsor of the contest Rosier, David Wainwright
,
announced today that David and has placed each year. He acres. He has Instigated such and Allen Fowler, representing and Walter Prevatt.
Wainwright Is the State win- Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. practices as flrellne plowing, the company, will present the
ner of the coveted S.C.L.. State R. Walnwrlght of Starke and planting pine seedlings, markIng award.
Forestry Contest and will receive graduated Monday night with the boundaries, selective thin- Mike Bryad, a senior chapter a ''Po
$323: at the State FFA Class of 1972. Germ Rosier, son of Mr, member, will participatein I
Convention on Tuesday, June nine, cruising and marking, C. R.: Rosier of the State Harmonica Con- GOd

13, In Peabody Auditorium, Day- David has an outstanding control burning, and control Lawtey, and a 1972 graduate of test; and Paul Hutchln, Jr., DlldCowztrY
tona Beach. gram In forestry at his home of undesirable ..peeles.EDITORIAL BUS, placed third In the contest another senior member, will
and will receive $30. furn for District FFA president ant h

Alan Tarleton County Farm

Forester, assisted greatly with j.$
Local members who will present -
I the forestry projects of these FLAG DAY <
: Individual members. demonstrations\ at the of wars lnv tjch j many of our
convention on Monday are: Bec- The Flag of the: United Stolen
Paul Hutchins,Senior FFA ky Hutchins, flower arrangement of America will mark Its 195th brave men 'ami tehst women fought

advisor, will receive* $125 to ; Paul Hutchlns, Jr..hang- M LL birthday on June 14, 1972 (Flag and The died.dlspl yvof the Flag Is a
help defray expenses to the Ing gardens; John Clemons,and Day) Itemphasizes' a bas-
Terrie McNeil air Jimmy. Alvarez, State FFA privilege'
National Convention.' layering; ,
Andy Biadree and Marlin i President and member of the The Flag of our country represents ic freedom of'cholce which is at
Besides the Forestry Management ihornton, bonsai; liar)' Mel- local chapter will conclude his the freedoms for the very>.foundation of man-
How Many Were UnnecessarySeven awards, the local FFA vin, marketing of vegetables activities in this office by pre- which every man, woman, and kind's oniv/jhope; for a better
was selected as the top chapterIn Jackie Marr, uses of mulches; siding at the State Conventionin child suffered through tile trials tomorrow
the District, with a $25 and Uavld Orleman,use of corn. Daytona next week. Mr. Hut- .1'* .1'1"*# .
drownlngs In ,the Keystone them going on about the business of award; won the Silver Emblemfor chins, the chapter advisor, extends ---'-

Heights-KIngsley Lake area In the enjoying themselves In another part of its BOAC project Activities.and wa.third As pert of their BOAC pro- an Invitation to anyone. .:d. ."\ It's a woman's ny Martha"sue5lcCainCounty\
in Cooperative who would like to visit the .
ject, the FFA members .
few weeks comprise'a shocking the area while the children sported recently .: Extension
past
,
V'0.
These awards will be presen- cleaned and beautified the old convention and see the State .
record and one that should cause unsupervised, in the water. Even tone ted at. the State Convention. courthouse grounds and also President, and the chapter .t WJm'Q Home Economics", Agent I
serious concern to parents and those or more lifeguards was on duty at the Ten chapter members will mowed the Walnut Street property award winners In action 1:1'\: \' :

who have leadership positions with time, it Is still risky business to leave also receive State Farmer Degrees where the future county ,
young people. children for any length of time with- at the Convention They library will be built. They will Board
out a parent or relative around, since are: Dale Clemons, Mike Bryan assist in caring for the Bounds! Zoning It's nice to be writing ter If nced aanut do not pourIt
our
Ricky Tomllnson,Joey Bennett at the Crosby Lake Cemeteryas M Cover.
directly tile Jars.
Since early spring, the following lifeguards no matter how vigilant, f, Bubba Bennett,! David a summer project. Orders Court news for homemakers againn.Do container wIUi. a close fitting
tragedies have taken place In the lakes cannot keep an eye on all of a group hope you have missed tile lid, and bring water back to
Action 'StartedThe articles, and we're glad to be
of this that might number Into the hundreds. ,
area: .., VV\/\/ - back with information for boiling as quickly as possible.
..A 15-year-old Boy Scout drownedat ,- -- ;- which we some have had several re' Count protesting,: time when

Gold Head Branch State Park.A It is also disconcerting to know that Bradford County Zoning quests. water returns to boiling, and
-- 19-year-old youth drowned at state law does not require lifeguardsat J I County Agent News -I j Board, In Its first court action, continue .orholl gently and
will seek In Cir- the time
Magnolia Lake State Park.A public beaches, although many of I an Injunction Everyone wants to make pick steadily fot recom-
cuit Court to ImmedIately
require Clyde mended. Remove. Jars -
and meth
les they want a quick
-- 19-year-old Navy man drownedIn them provide this service as a pre- By Bobby L..Taylor Simpson, Jacksonville realtor, od. Well, we do have a couple and tit!! J
Crystal Lake. cautionary measure.They are obligated to obtain a building permit fora of recipes that have been recommended
--An 18-month-old infant drownedin however, to post warning signs when Even though meetings start Our unusua I warty May rains structure at Ms Plum Valley to us ,and a few GHECN TQMATO, PICKLES
before the sun goes down, most have caused lot of development on Lake Geneva. Green tomatoes, stalk celery
Santa Fe Lake. lifeguards are NOT on duty, If such Is of a fungus suggestions for good pickles..
2
our agricultural Organiza-
disease problems on a numberof sweet green peppers, garlic,
--Two brothers, one 6 and one 12, the case. Parents and others In chargeof tions are continuing to meet our crops.I The board authorized the civil Select fresh firm fruits and quarts wa'''.rlquart vinegar
drowned in Kingsley Lake.A young people on an outing should luring Ole summer months. action against Simpson In Its vegetables for pickling. (Fruits I cup salt: and dill to taste.
-- 17-year-old youth drowned in carefully note whether a Ilfeguared Is have seen a lot of rusts meeting on May 30, and turned should be slightly under-ripe
Gold Head Branch State Park. on duty, and be doubly vigilant if this Our poultry association downy mildew. "'..''lIium. rhlzoctonia the matter over to Its attorney, .and free of decayed spots. Cucumbers Uso smaVmirm l green tomatoes -
board of director met this week and phythlum diseases Elzle Sanders, setting a limit should be small or lack into clean Jars.
service is not provided.
to plan the annual meeting and in vegetables early In the of $50 on the cost of the action.: medium size. Use fruits and Add to each pint Jar a bud
Although all of the drownlngs were election of officers. The annual growing season. Usually our George A. Berry, a Santa vegetables as soon as possi- of garlic, one 3-Inch stalk of
termed accidental. it goes without say- Other factors such as cramps causedby meeting will be held In plants are almost mature before Fe Lake property owner, ble and within 24 hours after celery and a wedge of green
ing that at least some of them -- per- plunging into cold water soon after July, and I'm sure, will feature we get a lot of damage.Of peared before the board and ap- picking. pepper. Make a brine of water,
haps most -- could have been preven- eating, too much horseplay, snorkle fried chicken as the main course, we have lost a usual expressed opposition to the pro vinegar and salt and boll with
ted if proper precautionary measures diving at unsuitable depths, and the item of the menu. number of tomatoes to the wilts posed location of a sailing club Use standard glass Jars and the, dill for...-;i, minutes. Pour
had been taken.It careless use of boats frequently con- this year. It is extremely Important building In the vicinity of his lids for completed pickles. tlie hot brine over the picklesin
The Bradford-Union Cattle the 1/2 Inch
Jar, leaving
Wash and
to set resldtant varieties property. He was told that all rinse well. Jars
tribute to drowningS, and must be man's Association will. meet such as Floradcl, Manal- property) along the lake is zoned should be hot when used )Do headspace. Wipe Jar mouths and
is significant that all of the drown- carefully watched by those who are tonight (Thursday, June 8) ucle or Manapal. A new variety strictly for single family residences not use Jars or lids from commercially adjust lld9' 'rocess In boiling
ings were In the; teeq'and-under: age entrUstea mtn the care of children. at the Union County Courthouse called Walter 1s a good prepared foods.They I wator-batlincanner' 5 minutes.
bracket Involving"' people who in Lake Butler. A big choice. are designed for use on spe- Tickles wilttbCready. to use
,
young item of business will be the Colon 'Thomas in 4 to 6 weeks.
was granteda cial packing machines and are
inclined to take:risks that With the summer just beginning and
are
more adoption of rules for the 1973 Downy Mildew six-months
a blight on temporary permit not suitable for home canning.Fill .
mature persons would avoid. Some of seven deaths already attributed to Steer Show for 4-H and FFA cucurbits such as cucumbers, for his mobile home located on BREAD AND BUTTER
them perhaps were poor swimmerswho drownlngs, it seems certain that an members from Bradford and cantaloupes) and watemelons, US 301, a short distance south Jars firmly and uniformly PICKLE RECIPE!
may have panicked when finding unenviable record will be set in this Union Counties. Present plan has hit a number of gardens. of Lawtey. Thomas, who operates with the pickle product. A. Slice 25: cucumbers of me-
themselves In water1 over their heads category before fall. Lifeguards at. are to have between twenty and If vou see the older leaves of The Hideout, told the boardhe void packing so tightly that the dium size :And: 12 small onions.
twenty-five steers showing and your cucurbits begin to burn, Is moving the hogs he had brine or syrup is prevented Soak In cold ft or who became exhausted while tryingto Cold Head Branch average rescuing selling at the Bradford County turn brown or tan. and begin at his place, In compliancewith from filling around and over handful of ft It for 3 hours
swim farther than their strength. from 60 to 70 persons from the water Fair next year. to curl or cup upward, you the board's request the product. Remove air bub- then drain well. Pack sliced
would allow. during the summer season. A few of probably have downy mildew. bles to help prevent liquid from cucumbers and onion In sterile
these rescue' efforts are bound to end Our Bradford County Farm Since this disease works fut In other action, the board: falling below the level of the glass Jars.
Bureau Directors meet has been called1wlld .-Approvedth. reclassUIca-! solid food .
commonly during processing. ,
Insjtances have been known where In tragedy. Don't let a mornentotearep1ac. /'
par
second Monday night of =fire will need tlon. of property on US 301 '*Add &Scald: 1 quart of vinegar, 2
; you instant 1J1Or8 'lIqul4) ; cover: ( the
,
ents would bring their children to a pub-r lie:. beach ror state'park and "dump'F'i A uaaIfy, 1ist. big in, Starke. According to firs signs: Ma_, Manzate, ( Warehouse, from sure'' to leave a headspace at mustard seed, 2 tablespoons
i" '. .. .. President G.T.Hugglns,Bradford Dlthane M-45r OK.,ZIneb are open rural to residential as the top of the Jar as recom- ?turmeric, 2 tablespoonI'celery
County Farm Bureau now the materials to use. Make requested by Buford Mitchell of mended In the recipe. Wipe seed, and 1 teaspoon 'cassla
has almost six hundred mem- sure you follow all directions Longchamp Homes. the rim and thread of dIe Jar .buds. Pour this scalding hot
. Time To The ber-families, and is continuing on the label If you use this or -Approved a temporary per- with a clean hot cloth to remove mixture over the cucumbersand
Pay PiperIn to grow. The next membership any other pesticide. mit for a trailer home at Olln's any bits of food. Even a onions previously packedIn
quarterly supper shouldbe Mobile Home Sales on SR 100 .small particle may prevent an jars Seal.Process l. \

In three years operation the Brad- and they don't have the $3,000 neededto held in Lawtey next month. Insects have also been a pro- west of Starke, at the Junction airtight seal. pint.5 minutes.
blem this spring. I stopped by with Edwards Loop Road. Process Quarts 8 minutes.HELP .
ford County Volunteer Fire Depart- purchase a countywide alert system.In Our 4-H members also remain to see Mr. Lonzle Norman this -Heard a request by Albert To close Jar, place 'lid on
ment has answered only one alarm fact, the 26 volunteers are digging active during the sum- week and he told me that hew Newman and M. A. Baldwin, securely do not force. Do !!! j JO* tI
where the propertyiowner had madea into their own pockets to keep the mer months. At least sixty growing.: a "lace" collard Jr. that their property on the not tighten screw band further I have calls very often for
donation to the/ ration of the de- doors open until October.Understandably members will attend 4-H Campat this a year. Not knowing and asking west side of US 301, Just beyond after' processing fresh dlll.lilf-jy/ou i, have some
partment. ufcfcSfl Cherry Lake the week of the south city limits of available, il t t. me know and I
'
June 26-30. To attend camp him what he'meant, he said Starke, be reclassified from Processing (heat treatment) will pass ''oh ;''tlid I information.
they are fed up with a member must attend regular "that he had named the collards business-retail to manufacturing. Research has shown tilt need ""I lit
That seems to jiay that the people this type of half-hearted support. They meetings, complete a 4-H lace because the worms had eaten They were given permission for processing pickles in the
of Bradford County; n't care whether are tired of having to sell chances on project, and turn In a recordof so much of the leaves, the to advertise a public hear- water-bath canner after they
they have fire protection or'not, Com- boats and shotguns to raise money accomplishments. part remaining looked like ing for the change In zoning. are put in Jars and sealed. My.Norhbors
missioner Dave:;Shuford observed for operating expenses So fire The Bradford 4-H Hone Club lace. If you have an Insect pro Mate Whitehead was given Heat treatment destroys or-
will send fifteen members to blem, early detection and identification permission to advertise for rezoning anisms that may cause under-
Monday. "They ;want It, but expectthe Chief Harry Green told the County the District Horse Show at and a good spray'' property on SR 230A sirable changes in texture, flavor !" ':
county to parts{for It, and don't Commission Monday: either come up Vmatilla, Florida on June 24. program Is a must from residential to KM (mobile and color during storage. I ,' '
want to be taxed ;for the service" with a way of funding the volunteer home park). Heat processing Is recommended 'l

Commissioner Ralph Bryan replied. up unit shop., or the county; firemen will close 83 pre CIl".t t -tiMt-'p Cmatav ai"oiPro nf Sni Smith Is particularly for all pickle Important products here and ;::-t-: tI1r I I1r J! t.t
Percent
Of County development on where the warm, moist climate / ., I ,
It Is true that; many people aren't side of US 301 near theejtmction often makes storage in a cool :; :

concerned about fire protection until Agreeing ,with the chief the Commission Homes Have Television permission with SR to 227.advertise He was for given a place Impossible.Pack ,1 ),

their own house catches on fire. Oth- is making plans to offer res- hearing on rezoning this pro- pickle products into ,

ers are willing to accept the ser- idents full time or part time fire perty from open rural to resi clean Jars according to direct. Ai' \ /
vices of the county volunteers but protection or none at all. The matterwill homes Eighty-three in per) cent of the Characteristics Copies of the report, 197U, Detailed Censusof dential. Ions given In the recipe. Ad- ;;::\ .0

are not willing to make a donation to be olaced on a ballot, with fees at least one Bradford television County have Housing, Florida HC Q) The board also accepted a Just lids. Immerse Jars Into ,
the department, even after it saves possibly collected by power compan- to figures released set according BI, are available for 2.50 each plat presented by M. F. Williams very hot water in canner or ;J
II1iI
their home. ies each month. It has also been week by the U.S. Census bureau from the Superintendent of located for development of pro- deep kettle. Be sure water "What 'lwarM"me la why I
perty) on the west side comes an Inch or two above
suggested that residents not contributing Documents, U.S. Govememtn of SR 235. the Jar tops. Add boiling wa- look forward la these week.*
The county department has made 114 should not receive protection Documents. U.S. Government all year long!"

runs in the past three years. They when they need it. listed The 4,626 1970 Census housing unites fin C.Printing 20402,Office or from Washington.U.S. Department D.- ...-..-;............-- '....-."- --., -,-->. -
have put out fires at 35 homes or other Bradford, and! 3,843 of these of Commerce field offices

structures, and only seven were lost. The time has come to pay) the piper. had television.The located In major cities. x '

But during the past year, only 12.75 Residents outside the city; must decide report also showed that :r '

per cent of those who received letters If they want fire protection and, to Bradford County:

requesting a donation actually if so, indicate a willingness to help
There
contributed.As for It. were 1.374 housing
pay units with air conditioning (950
with room units and 424 with
a result the ''volunteers lack Of course,' you don't need fire protection a central system, 2,896 units
funds to replace hose that was burned. until you have a fire. You don't with a clothes washing machine

They don't have funds to equip a need a doctor, either, until you become 730 with a clothes dryer and,
fourth truck' 233 with a dishwasher
donated by the state sick.

The 1970 population was 14-
May 31 1972
,
125 with an avenue of 3.2 oer-

sons per.housing unit*. Dear Mr. Matthews: JACKSON STUMP BRASWELL WILUAMS

A total of 1,938 housing units ..
: Please allow me to comment
LLiThe were built before 1949 1,303 on your recent Editorial concerning With The Telegraph's :Mystery Jackson. In 1954. Marc Is active is a lifelong resident of Flo
during the 1950's 726 during control laws There Merchants Contest moving In civic work, being a rids and wa.'Iftl the construc-
.t 1960-64, and 5 23 within the nve gun to Into Its second half Interest past president 'of the Starke tion business In Miami for 20
1 Just not keepgun
'Bradford County years preceding the April 1970 out* of the any hands way of criminals.No remains high In Identifying Lions Club, a member of the years before coming to Starke.
.ctnsu law will ever accomplishthat. the" sterysilhouettes"each Elks Lodge, and a member of Mr. Brasweir) I hobby Is golf
/TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED Gun control laws would week in the big. double- the Board of Governors of the and he Is I". active memberof
Utility gas was used to cook *
advertisement. Chamber of Commerce. the Stark* Coif &
cltisens page Country
the meals in 741 households only prevent law-abiding -
1879 an&bottled from defending family and Shoppers are urged to try Club \
In
satIt / electricity another 1,720, their luck at Identifying the LILLIAN, STUMPi; coownerand
tank, or LP gas In property.) Mystery Merchants each week' manager of Stump's Department MILT' wKtfAMS: bas been

an ....... yet another 1658. Can you cite a decrease In and then visit the correspond- store, which was established associated wltft 'her husband

FLORIDA' >PR1ESS\ ...dl mat) : were 4.102 occupied murders In New York sine lag stores and claim the val- late Fred by F.her Stump father In,1911 the, in the operation-of William
bapuf uable gift certificates that are Jewelry in Sferte
t'% unit with complete the passing' of the Sullivan law? it the oldest sine 1951
making mercan-
given to the first three customer when estaJfii&ed
: AS'S'Oc r' TtON Now U tile perfect tin .. kitchen facilities and 3,794 withcomplete tile store still operating in they the store
bathrooms, both for As for Great Britain having who Identify' them cor- here. Mae WBSaais I* proudof
beffia a new life. Old pattern Starke. In addition to her business
.
the fact
fewer murders, percentage) : thatlWstoro
-1- keep
the exclusive use of the house
;; \) *f tkvfkt. art feeling. IOM holds The number bedrooms, wise than our Country, perhaps) ) Thee four Mystery Merchant duties. Miss Stump finds up with modern development
their trip. us a* we realise la all housing units ranged from we should look Into the Judicial whose silhouettes appeared time to devote to civic work in the Jewelrrfleld, and point
that It U sever tea Ut .. boll DOM On 123 units) and one (Un system there. I feel sure last week were: such as fund-raising program out that Mr...WlUiam recently
Cross Society
for the Bed Cancer
staffs! w. rejoice sad would find this 1* due to received a Olphxna from
E.L. MATTHEWS, Editor-Peblish.r 563 units) to four or more tin( we MARC JACKSON vice president and others.. She served the
:
,!I.. thank. WIUI....raeaoVtoMtk 143 wilts). speedy trial and stiff sentences Holland Schbol: i for Jeweler
Publish.d.oc/ Thursday anil of Jackson, Building Supply several years as an Army nurseduring in Sums AbC toere
; he
Clot Matter ai the Pest Office alS.rk.Florid. we mars forward rattier than gun laws Inc. Is a lifelong resident World War if. in Jewelry lpalranddla-graduated
'. under Act'ef March 3rd. 1879, Into a wkelo. MW way, Owner occupied 3,056 units of Starke and has been manager CHARLES R. BRASWELLl mood settlnrj'dl.WIlUams also.
Subscription. Irr. trade eraat 1 y..t,'$5.00; Outside .f life. We kayo behind. all renter 1,003: units, and a total Sincerely of this firm, located: on moved to Starke from Miami bas 27 year of experience'fat
'"ecJo area 1 year $5.50. theight.. ..f yesterday" a..- of 533 unit were vacant year Mrs. Glen nd;. N, Cherry Street for the put in 1966 and opened his first 'watchmaking (//.t'npalrL' and..
fMft..**. We. rtaao' fro*.la\ round with 32 for sale and 118for 1150 S.W. 25 Are.Ft. eight Jean The business. wa was employed ."thelil'lllll,,
Kentucky Fried Chicken fran ,
: ,
Lauderdale, Fla. : \
.t' W T
ibis Moaeat of ,. rent. founded by Ms father, chile on U. S. 301 North. He- I factory for three yearl.'FFA .
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PLANT Army Enlistment Announces Bonus: MEN-VIRONMENTAL BY DESIGNCotton's -- rm L'A W t E Y >lljr nuabsA Tarry ,

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tended a family reunion at the
The United State Army CHURCH SCHEDULES ter of the groom-to-be, and .
an- home of Mr. and Mrs. J.p
SHADE nouces a special hours bonus Track Grace United Methodist Mrs.James Pearson,mother Burnsed, of Macclenny, honorIng -
Fashion's Fast
plan for young men enlisting in Church: Sunday School. 0:45: the bride-to-be. their mother, Mrs. Frank
certain careers In the Infantry Services at II
- - - a.m. Worship Rowe, who is Mrs. WaJn-
armor and artillery. The While the furore kickedup earn Grand Prix status on signs, varl-shaped geometries a.m. and 8 p.m. Prayer' meetIng PERSONALS wrlght's sister, on her 80th
TREES' plan calls for payment' $1,500 over midi lengths in wom- fashion's fast track. computer dots, diamond Wednesday 8 sum. MYF and Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Harley birthday anniversary.Mr. .
) tor a four-year enlistment. en's wear has dominatedmost The latest cotton fabricsin checks, stripes, paisleys, and Choir Practice 7:30 Thursday.Mrs. of Bushnell spent a week here and Mrs. Glenn Shufordand
The bonus Is payable In full of the recent fashion pure form or in high- herringbone patterns. H. H. Hamilton, of with their son, Randy,and other children and Mr. and Mrs.
For The following successful' completion headlines, a radical revolu- count cotton blenda-show a Whether woven or knit"cotton'l Starke, was hostess for the relatives. Richard Carter and family
Hot of basic and advanced tion taking place in men's fresh outlook in weave, incomparable comfort Grace United Methodist Church, Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards, camped On Mirror Lake near
[Summer Ahead training. This normally occurs wear has gone almost un- weight construction Versatile, color tailored makes business It a natural evening for Lawtey, at a Breakfast at the Miss Arthurlne Blanchard and Interlachen over the weekend.
noticed. and performance. or Mrs.Elvie Reddish visited Miss
about four months after enlistment Garden Restaurant Sunday Leslie Phillips, of Jacksonville
in blazer
looming large suits stylish Jackets
Virtually garment In cottons Enza Blanchard in St.Vincent'sHospital
depending, on the career the male wardrobe every has un- men's spring fashions include shorts shirts and slacks for morning for their High School during the week. spent a few days with his
field selected. ,dergone a change in design fine-gauge knitwear, {lightweight put-together sports coordi Graduates and their parents, motherLMrl.O.J.1'h1l1IP1Jlaltweek.
Miss Elizabeth
Men with prior service are fabric color, style, and even corduroy brushed nates. Those who participated were: Terry was a Friends will be glad to
eligible for the bonus plan feel. Fashion has shifted denim, slub-textured twill, Colors for the 71-72 calen- Mrs. Truby Wainwright, Mr. Thursday overnight guest of learn that he plans to open a
if they have less than three gears to keep pace with 1.0- whipcord, poplin, Jacquardand dar are focused on white and Mrs. James Wainwright her sister, Mrs. C. E. Strick barbershop In Waldo on June
years active service, have not day's earth-orbiting male. dobby-loomed novelty parchment fawn beige, Wayne and Elaine, Mr. and land, In Gainesville. 9 and will be there Tuesday
previously received a reenlistment The spring outlook in men's weaves. mushroom khaki, burnt orange Mrs. Robert Traylor and son Mrs. Danny Thompson, Kevin through Saturday each week.
bonus and meet certain wear is for clothes cut along They're graphically turnedon ,cordovan brown ombre Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Her and Bryan, of Jacksonville Mrs. Louise Smith of Tampa
clean, classic lines but with by sophisticated printing reds, and a whole range of were guests of her parents,
other requirements. mie Kelly, Mrs. G.W. Roberts, visited Mr. and Mrs. B. E.
and that produce large blues from faded tones to
free-wheeling mobility techniques Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore,
Rev. Don Denton, and Foster ,
Besides professional train- super-graphic designs. Most scale linear or angular deCAREFREE Ink-blackened navy. Monday to Thursday of last Reddish during the week and
Shi Smith who brought the de-
attended the funeral of Sin-
ing, young men In the bonus popular suits and jackets are week.
plan will also be eligible to the two-button shaped mod- votional. Mrs. P.L. Dlklns was al nlest clair Mosley on Friday.
4 volunteer for the widest range els with wide notched lapels.In Church of God: Sunday School of her sons-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. R.W.SappandLeslie
keeping with the cur of Jacksonville, and son,
of enlistment travel options rent trend to environmentalliving 10 a.m. Worship services 11 daughters, Mr.and Mrs.Horace Johnny, and his fiancee, Terri
ever offered by the Army.These and the return to the a.m. and 6 p.m. Family night Cox of Waldo,and Mr.and Mrs. Smith of Vero Beach, were
include guaranteed assignments natural elements, cotton-a Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Jim Burton, of Jacksonville, at supper guests of R.W.'s mo-
In Europe, Alaska, Hawaii natural winner-is clockingin their cottage on Little Santa Fe ther Mrs.' A.C, Pearce, Saturday .
Fat East and Panama, with a new perspective to Highland Baptist Church: Lake Wednesday to Saturday. evening.
PLUM TREES $5.98 as well as Units of choice In Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship -' Paul McClcllan. son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lynch of
MAPLE TREES $S.98 different' parts of the United 0. services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 and Mrs. Ronnie McClellan Way cross, Ga., called: on Mr.
of Jesup, Ga., was a Thurs-
Wednesday
States P.m. Prayer meeting and Mrs. B.E. Reddish Saturday -
BOX WOODS 59* Up The Army now starts enlisted i at 7:30: followed by Choir day overnight guest of his afternoon.
VIBURNUMS $5.98 men at $288 a month, f Practice. grandparents !\fl'. and Mrs. Mrs. Raymond Durban and
with Increases following basic I. Les :McClellan.
son Chris, of Macclenny,calledon
training. It also continues to BRIDAL SHOWER Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinklns her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
GIVE YOUR PLANTS A offer the traditional benefits ; The First Baptist Educa- and David of St.Augustine calledon Marvin Rosier, Sunday after-
i of free meals, housing, clothIng l tional building, was the setting their mother, Mrs. P. L. .
HEALTHY START medical and dental care, for a bridal shower for Miss Dinklns, on Friday a on their noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Randall Brad-
along with 30 paid vacation Janle Pearson on Monday way to their cottage: on Little Icy, of Jacksonville, were guest
cowMAWUEE days a year. : night. After plajlng a comical Santa Fe Lake.Sympathy of their mother, Mrs. R. L.
For further information on rt game in which Mrs.Henry Hod- of the community: Bradley, over the weekend.
the Army's bonus plan call ges and Mrs. Bobby Norman is extended to the relatives of Homecoming at Evergreen:
Sgt Wayne Glenn at 782-5800 were the participants, the hon- Sinclair Mosley who died suddenly Baptist Church last Sunday was
(Collect) or stop by his of-' oree opened her lovely gifts. last week. well attended. Many out-of-
StcrlizcJ Weed "Free flee at LB 18, Starke Plaza 0 The hostesses, Mrs. George Friends! of Harold !Norman; town
guests were present.
every Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. Shuford, Mrs. Morris Kelly, will regret to learn that he is Mr and Mrs. Mill Adams
Mrs. Vernon Starling Mrs.
40 I.b. h67SRTletnaada' This comfy LEISURE SUIT Stanley Earl Teston, and Mrs. Leon a patient In Alachua General and daughter Jeannette of
Smotefy Soytt knit cotton terry Jumpsuithas Blacker designs the vest suit Starling, served refreshments, Hospital. Merritt Island were l attestsof
no buttons or snaps for for the man of the 70's.Typical to the 26 Included in Jack Walnwrlght, of Way- their cousins, Mrs. A. C.
Mother to fuss with. In sunny of the new look in men's guests. cross, Ca. spent the weekend Kirkland and Mrs. !Nclla; Car-
yellow and pink stripes, the wear, it's styled in Cone's this number were Mrs. T. It. with his m.tJ1ert Mrs. Truby ter on Tuesday and Wednes-
'l11NI5 Carter's toddler fashion can riblcsi cotton corduroy. Braddock Mrs. S. B. Jarvis, Wainwrlght. Sunday they at- day of last week
r be machinccl-wiishert and mother, and June Jarvis, sis
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$3 8 70'0 CALL_______ .' 10 Graders ttlio If'VI l1 Be'In The Utii Gratle>Next Year \' '\'...................." ,I .

FREE,'.INSPECTION" &ESTIMATES I I F_MOTHERS___,___________RINGS_________AND_______PINSJ_________| MONTHLYSEE THINK CLIP THE'THEY SILHOUETTES MATCH'ALONG' ANDiTAKE WITH. IIS.AD.;.TO-THE''. ON MERCHANTS THIS PAGE. YOU'THE''' .IIf I[_DeAlnOSt_________. ____________I c.n"'wu"nl'h m"nl.YourcI..rinaisnowondlsplaylnoulIo: "'.: ""''lrnp..daymbolor... ,. your. In ormlfmio only,'. .a"month''at'hirir,you. N.... 24 HOUR{ .. .,

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0'' or r I WELISEIECTR1C Finest Class Rings" You ilrsign 'to
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MERCHANTS. EMPLOYEES OF PARTICIPATING\ STORES ARE NOT
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Phone 96 1-45$ Q ONTROL LIGHTERS DouhleWJ.des THURSDAY. NO PHONE CALLSjJkLL RULES MUST BE STRICTLY: Established 1949' lIh"\\" \\

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I'' Low Discount Prices Plus Service Machine Woes", Our Low Wedding :es Many Used Molars' & Trailers' For Sale $$1,0, ,5 '" c .CLOSEOUTSTUMPS BRADFORD Same Phone Number

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/ Survey .MAlrI ..... than by d driving or walking all ; .! PUREBRED Tune Ups On All Car, Car Wash.
'PHOMB "94-833.* *3 I' Spoiling II Goods _.._.._.,_.._.!_.,_rAn___.K_._-_-_-__- _-_LB.___4W__ around d town-plus havingall'* JI the? other Condition&' ,Installation U Makes: GilMAN SHEPPARD PUPPIES" ____ ___ *.. Speed EUctrleal::d WhesI: Hiah l;Balancing ** Lub.011 Chang Job: !le

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NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
S/Eugene F. Shaw
Gilbert Q. Crosley has made: COURT OF BRADFORD SHAW" KOPELOUSOS cupied by the subject GRAY JR., 211 N.E

Application to the Bradford COUNTY FLORIDA. 142 West Call Street in a clean, raked-over ; Post Office Draw

County Zoning Board for re- INPROBATE # Starke. Florida tion. Gainesville Florida,,

i classlflcatlon of the property; IN REi: Estate of MERTIE V. Attorneys for Executor 3. The successful the original answei
I described below from OR to ROSE Deceased. First Publication: June 8, 1972 have a period not to In the office of the
from the award the Circuit Court
Rl-C. NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll days
6/8 4t 6/29
I A parcel 'of land containing creditors of the Estateof tract for the removal the 30th of June 5

9.12 acres lying perUy in the MERTIE V. ROSE deceased materials. Handling of fall to do so.judge- 1

NW1/4 of SWl/4. partly In the are hereby notified and IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S ials and their disposal default will be taken

NEI/4 of SWl/4 partly In the required to file any claimsor COURT OF BRADFORD COUNTY be In keeping with the for the relief de-
SE1/4 of NW1/4 and partly In demands which they may FLORIDA. state county or the petition

the SWl/4) of NW1/4 of Section have against said Estate In the FILE, NO. quirements If any. No Ordered at Starke,

18. Township 7 South Range Offlce of the County Judge of IN RE: ESTATE OF J. M. of materials shall be this 22nd day of Maj
22 East. Bradford County. Florida Bradford County In the on the Job site. Any
; Florida .$)STFUNK!: DECEASED.:
; said parcel being more Court House at Starke Florida NOTICE': OF PROBATE sold on the site must S. BROWN Clerk.

particularly described as follows within six calendar months from TO ALL PERSONS INTER- moved Immediately. Court. Bradford
the date of the first 4. The successful Florida.
: publicationof ESTED IN TIlE ESTATE OF
this notice. Each claim or SAID DECEDENT.You be required to provide M. Moody .
Commence at the Southwest demand must be In writing and hereby notified that performance bond or Clerk ---

corner of the El/2 of NW1/4 must state the place of residence written are Instrument purporting check treasurer's O'NEAL, AVERA, Jones, Amy and Adam attend-

of said SWl/4 and run South and post office address a to be the Last Will and draft of any national or & STRIPLING AWARDS PRESENTEDAT : Excellence.Third row Q-r) Angle Andrews ed the' graduation of Tommy

89 degrees, 45 minutes and of the claimant and must be Testament of said decedent has bank. No bid bond Is : L. Cray, Jr. PTA :MEETINGThe Teacher's Help Taylor at Palatka South High.

20 seconds East, along the Sou- sworn to by the claimant, his been admitted to probate In required but the board for Petitioner last scheduled meetingof 5thL Patrol Outstanding Saturday; evening June 3.
therly boundary thereof a distance agent or his attorney or It will this Court. expect bidders to show the Brooker School ,PTA wai er.Officer Safety Helper Connie Pyal; The wedding of AM Tyner and

of 439 feet to point of become void according to law. You are hereby commanded faith In fulfilling their held Tuesday May 23. at 7:31 5th Safety Patrol; : Sandy Douglas Allen'Green will take place In
beginning. S/DANIEL W. LINDSEY als. officers elected for the First Presbyterian Churchof
within six calendar months from The successful p.m. New; 5th, Safety; Patrol; Shari
5.
DANIEL W. LINDSEY. EXE- the date of the first publication NOTICE the coming school term were: K. Green 5th Safety Patrol Wildwood on Saturday even-
From point of beginning thus cutor of the Estate of MER of this notice to appear In this expect authorization for Pierce In behalf of President, Jeanne Thomas;; Physical Htness.ward, of lug June 10, 1972 at 8 p.m. All

described continue South 89 TIE V. ROSE( deceased. Court and show cause. If any mencing work within 30 Inc. and AU Vice President, Don McDavid: Merit Kay Prescott, 5th,Safety -', friends and relatives are Invited -
degrees. 45 minutes and 20 S/EUGENE F. SHAW you have why the action of of the bid opening Jr. *t al has Secretary. Mary Jane Green;; patrol; Cenene Dormlney to the wedding and the

seconds East, along said Southerly SHAW AND KOPELOUSOS said Court in admitting said tioned. to the Brad- and Treasurer Betty Hayes 4th. Physical; Fitness. Awardof reception following the'

boundary. a distance of 142 West Call Street will to probate should not stand 6. The successful ; Zoning Board for Pictured above are student "Merit. Not pictured.. Lisa ceremony.
229 feet; thence North 1 degree Starke Florida 32091 unrevoked. show evidence that he of the property who .recel\d awards at this Tucker 4th, Perfect Atten- Congratulations to Mr. and

41 minutes East a dis Attorneys for Executor Delores C. Dampler his company Is below from BR RI-B time: dance Darlene Mott, 5th Safe- Mrs. Douglas Manning on the
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to theSSouthea.urly3bounda JUDGE'SCOURT. sured by an acceptable BOYS (front row left to birth of ,twin daughters:' Carrie -
First publication: June 8, 1972 CLERK, COUNTY : Patrol Teacher's Helper
Y of the 6/8 4t 6/29 ing agency In following right) Dwight Terry 2nd grade, ty Laverne and Christie Marie -

right of way of State Road 200 011; (SEAL) ner: a Pt on Wly Bdry Perfect attendance; Fred Terry '- Fitness Outstanding on Monday May 29. The

thence South 50 degrees, First Publication of this Notice A. Workmen's where Int N Line 5th grade. President's Physical '- Physical Patrol Award of Mannings': have three other
minutes and 30 seconds West, NOTICE on 18th day of May. 1972. B. Contractor's ; of SEI/4 of SWI/4 Fitness Award Education Safety; Sharon Tetetone children. Maternal grandparents -

along said Southeasterly boundary MaItland Whitehead has made 5/18 4t 6/8 Operations B. I. $ () ,,Twp. 6 S Rge 22 Award of Excellence and Safety '-' Excellence Safety; Patrol; Marie Tet- are Mr, and Mrs?'' Orea

a distance of 333.61 feet; Application to the Bradford $100,000. SWly on Wly Bdry ; Patrol; David Fussell 4tt 51h 5thSafety Patrol. Prescott of Lutz.Congratulations.
thence South 0 degrees 55 minutes County Zoning Board for reclassification P. D. $25,000.Contractual 200 250' N SOdeg grade. Perfect Attendance. Ricky stone. presented was a $S a- tth 1972

and 30 seconds West a of the property; IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S Llblllty Nely and Par to Hodge 2nd grade Perfect Also to Miss "ill's Class forward BUS seniors from Brooker. A-

distance of 1547.81 feet to point described below from Rl-A to COURT OF BRADFORD COUNTY B. I. $30,000/$100,000 2,50', M/L to Nly Attendance; Mike Comerford the highest Percentage mong'those. graduating Monday

of beginning.A FLORIDA. P. D. $25.000 Ni/2 of SEI/4 'of 6th grade Brooker Spelling having of parents present at PTA evening, June S, were! Linda

RM.A parcel of land containing 7. Bids shall be 87 deg 5730" E Champion. throughout the ;year. Edwards: Larry I licks, Edward
FILE NO. meetings
parcel of land containing 7.98 the the NW Second row (1-r): Mike ,Allen'- David Stalnaker Patsy
lying marked "Bid
2.86 acres IN RE ESTATE OF DORAB. : on to POB South 6 Ac ,
acres lying partly In the NWl/4 1/4 of !NW1/4 of Section 35. SULLIVAN: DECEASED. School Building." Starling 6th. Safety Patrol. PERSONAL:; Edwards: Steve Clark'lVickiehenry

of SWI/4 and partly in the SWl/4 Township 6 South. Range 22 NOTICE TO, CREDITORSTO 8. If additional of NEI/4 of SWl/4 Teacher's Helper; Clay Watson Mrs. Roy Green and daiwrh- ( Lee Sparks and Mark

of NWl/4 of Section 18. Town- East Bradford County Florida ALL CREDITORS AND ALL Is needed It may be of St Rd 200 6th, Flag Boy; Ricky Carroll ter Alleen attended a lunch- Sharp. '

ship 7 South Range 22 East.said said parcel being more PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR by contacting this office ; 5th, Safety, Patrol; Alan eon given In honor of Ann ly- Michelle Harrell is home recovering -
Bradford County Florida particularly described as follows AGAINST SAID ESTATE 6800. ; Smith Outstanding Safetj, bride-elect of Allen Green from a tonsllectomy.We .
DEMANDS
parcel being more particularly : 9. The Board NWl/4 of SEI/4 of Helper; Steve Thomas 5thSaf-, ncr Saturday June 3, In Wildwood. wish for her a speedy re-
on .
described as follows: at the Southwest Twp. 6 S. Rg 22 Patrol.
Commence sty;
corner of said NWI/4 of NW! YOU and each of you are right BRADFORD to reject COUNTY any or all as follows: Com- Third row 0-r> Mike Strick rr.. and Mrs. George 0. PRAYER MST! : Obella Tet-

Commence at the Southwest 1/4 and run North 89 degrees hereby notified and requiredto OF PUBLIC the SW Corner of land. 6th, Flag Boy Physical Pierce and daughter Audrey, stone Ernest Edwards Polly

corner of the El/2 of NW1/4 32 minutes and 30 seconds East, file any claims and demands /./ Thomas L. /4 of SEI/4 and run Fitness; Dwight Emory 6tti, along with Mr. and Mrs. Key Clark Monroe, Hams, Morris
of said SWIM and run South 89 along the Southerly boundary which you or either of you Casey 4 deg 26'20" Physical Fitness; Peter Henry,, Green ,Alleen and Mrs. Troy Djal.;
degrees 45 minutes and 20 thereof 286.48 feet to an Iron may have against the Estate Superintendent (the West boundary 6th, Perfect ..Attendance Physical .
seconds East, along the Sou- stake; thence North 18 degreesand of Dora B. Sullivan deceased feet to the Wes- Fitness Commission '
therly boundary thereof a distance 46 minutes West, 9.2 feet late of the County of 5/11 4t 6/11 of way line of er of Education Award of Merit GAINESVILLE

of 210 feet to point of to an Iron stake for point of Belknap State of New Hampshire Number 200 (U.S. Jack Lefevers 6th, Perfect

beginning. beginning. In the office of the County FICTITIOUS NAMENOTICE ) the point of begin- Attendance Flag Boy: I
From point of beginning thus Judge Bradford County ; continue North Wayne Ellis 5th.Physical Fitness
From point of beginning thus described run South 89 degrees Courthouse In Starke Bradford Notice is hereby West along said Award of Merit.
described continue South 89 degrees and 33 minutes East, County; Florida, within the undersigned Paul L; of NWI/4 of Not pictured are Jimmy Business DirectoryGARDEN
45 minutes and 20 seconds six months from the date of feet' thence Stanley
416.88 feet to a concrete mon- ler. Intends to engage 301.75 Raulerson 6th Flag Boy;
East along said Southerly ument; thence North 7 degreesand the first publication of this business under the deg 22'50" East Hayes 4th Physical Fitness

boundary a distance of 229 51 minutes West, 251.27 notice. 301 Print Shop at to a point on said Award of Merit; David
feet; thence North 0 degrees monument Each claim or demand must name of line of Physical nt- AUTO SALES SUPPLIES
feet to a concrete 2 Box 19, Starke Fla. right way Raulerson. 4th
55 minutes and 30 seconds East located on the Southerly boundary be In writing and must state will, register said Number 200 said ness. Award of txceilance.:

a distance of 1547.81 feet to of the right of way of the place of residence and the Clerk of the Circuit on the arc of a GIRLS; Front row O-r) Susan BRASINGTONCADILLAC

the Southeasterly boundary of a graded county; road;'thence post-office address of the cla- Bradford County ..Starke Southeaster- Bass 6th, Safety Patrol;; Johnson Faria, Inc.
the right of way of State Road North 82 degrees 20 minutes imant and must be sworn to under the provisions : a radius of Tammy Andrews 6th, Teacher' OLDSMOBILE t '

200; thence South 50 degrees and 30 seconds West, along last by the claimant, his agent, or Florida Statutes. thence. South Helper.Safety Patrol;Ma- SALES & SERVICE SEEDS PLANTS t
03 minutes and 30'seconds boundary his attorney or It will be void and with the t tInHectJ..ldea
aforesaid Southerly along Patrol
Paul L. Miller tha Lewis 5th Safety
;; of Used Can
West, along said Southeasterly Fine Selection
492.65 feet to an Iron stake according to law. Sole owner HEN"I. curve a chord Doreen Jakab 5th, Safety, Pa Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS .
Trades
distance of 333 Cadillac
Taken' On
boundary a I
18 and Each creditor shall deliver distance of South
bearing North degrees
feet; thence South 0 degrees 46 minutes West of point of sufficient copies of his claimto 5/25 4 6/15 West 186.43 of trol.Excellence Physical Fitness.Spelling Award Bee 2001 N.W. 13th ,_ Flu.878-431 ._, ., /t.:1.:1 .
03 minutes and 20 seconds East, I, '. .1 ;' :--1.; .:;
distance of 1333.04 feet to beginning; thence South 18 degrees enable'' the;, Counts; Judge,Jo l i.> 1,1;I lrl> 1 i- :,the 'end of ,said 'runnef-up1"; i ere sa Room;; We Rent,Fertilizer Spreader
point a of beginning. and 48 minutes East mall one 'to. each .personal. representative IN,, THE CIRCUIT South 33 deg 6th, Safetj-; Patrol, Physical Fitness Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA 224 N.W. Bin Ph. 378-M78

328.7_fe0t__ A parcel of land containing 30.- A parcel u.: 01* "land connlydnl DATED this 15th day of May ICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND!: of way line 162.16 Teacher's Helper; Mattie Foster

In the SEI/4 of 2.14 acres, lying In the NWl/4 AD,1972. BRADFORD COUNTY!: point of beginning 6th, perfect Attendance GLASS
43 acres, lying of SWl/4 of NWl/4 of Section ELZIE S. SANDERS as An- I
Section 7 Township 7 South ACTION. CASE NO. Second row U-r): Stacey 4 wheel drive and ears
Range 22 East, Bradford County 35, Township 6 South Range cillary Administrator of the IN RE The Marriage of feet of the NE1/4 Naves Sth.Safety Patrol; Mar- Sale, Par Service I.
of Dora B. Sullivan
22 East, Bradford County Florida Estate JEAN JORDAN, Wlfeand Section 6th Used Toyotas LIDDELL
Florida and being more deceased. of SWl/4, lene Sharp Physical Fitness Clean
particularly described as follows said parcel being more BERT LEE JORDAN, 6 S, R 22 E. Award of Excellence.'reacher's ,
particularly described,.as follows First publication on: May 25, DISSOLUTION OF ; 1700 N. Main 376-12BO
: Commence at the NE 6/15. of land lying'and Helper; Isabel Bristol -
5/25 4t
1972.
Corner of said SEI/4 for pointof : Northwest !NOTICE: OF SUIT the El/2 of NE1/4 6th, Safety; Patrol Physical Beauty Academy Glass Company |
Commence' at the
TO DELBERT LEE Town- Award Excel-
beginning and run thence ; of Section 32 Fitness of ''
corner of said NWl/4 of SWl/4 Street Address Unknown i2 'Gla.. For Every ;
zero degrees 30 minutes East IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S Range East lence; Susan Raulerson 6th.
along the Easterly boundary of NWl/4 and run North 89 COURT OF BRADFORDCOUN Clarendon Pennsylvania.YOU 6.24 acres and Physical Fitness Award of POWELL'S Store" Fronts-Mirrors 1
32 minutes and 30
degrees. ARE HEREBY !: Tub Encloaure&-Showers J
thereof a distance of 770.3 TY FLORIDA. particularly de- Excellence: Beth Hamilton, 4th, Academy
seconds East, along the Nor- Beauty .
FIED that action for FurnitureTape Glass
feet, to a concrete monument FILE NO. an follows: < Physical Fitness, Award of Excellence .
run thence South 88 degrees feet therly to boundary a concrete thereof.monument 52.78 IN RE: ESTATE OF J.M. SIS- lution of marriage has at the !NE Cor ; Darlene Sharp 6th, Lea." i Protenton In Tour placed ;

43 minutes. and thirty; seconds located on the Easterly boundary .TRUNK. DECEASED filed against you and )' / of :NE1/4 of SW. Safety! Patrol Teacher's Helper. Spare Time. Full or Part Time NEW LOCATION
West and parallel to the Nor- NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO required to serve a run thence South deg Physical Fitness Award of I II
of the right of way of :219 NW. 10th 378-2768
therly boundary of said SEl4.a State Road S-230-A for pointof ALL CREDITORS AND!: ALL your written defenses If () a distance of 1228Su.; Main GalnesviHr '
distance of 1827 feet to a to It on ELZIE S. \.!; to point of be- ELECTRIC MOTORS I
beginning. PERSONS!: HAVING CLAIMS OP .... f f fI
Eas- of be- -- /
concrete monument on the of thus Attorneyfor From point 31 -8191 ; 372-1102 f
From point beginning DEMANDS AGAINST: SAID ESTATE -
terly boundary of the right- described continue North 89 whose address is 138 described con- Neighbors ELECTRIC
of-way of State Road 200:: ; run 32 minutes and 30 Street, Stark Florida 5 deg 19'20" East My I
thence North 15 degrees forty- degrees YOU and each of you are the original with the of 310 feet to a r""Ti. Motor Repair Co.Of ; :
six (46) minutes East along seconds East, along said Northerly hereby notified and requiredto the above-styled Court thence South 87 n r 111OTOIICYI. ALES.c&u2wKI I
boundary, 596.32 feet file any claims and demands Gainesville, me. /
last aforesaid Easterly boundary before June 29,1972; West 671.37 feet I
to an Iron stake; thence South which you, or either of you "
!North: 4 .
distance of 273.5 feet be thence
a
I degree 34 minutes and 30 may have against the estateof a Judgement may J Repairing Rewinding .!
to concrete monument set for the West a distance .
a seconds East: 156.4 feet to an J.M. SISTRUNK.; deceased against you New and Used :-. ..."'.. Ia.'
at the beginning of a curve Iron stake; thence South 89 of Bradford CountFlor manded In the Petition feet to a point; """ 17'
late -
said curve being concave to 32 minutes and 30 solution of Marriage. 670 feet, more 2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8.118 .f
degrees seconds
ida In the office of the County
the East and having a radius West parallel with said WITNESS: my hand and to point of begin- pt'
Court-
Judge Bradford County -'m
"
of 7099.6 feet; run thence in Northerly; boundary 597.1 feet house In Starke Bradford County of said Court on this 23 MOVERS '\ ,.. rro.11,-. "1

'a Northeasterly direction along to said Easterly boundary; Florida within six months May, 1972. AC"Oi/i/ .
the arc of said curve and 18 min- GILBERT S. BROWNAS :; land lying and be- ..!-MDS_ J'
North 1 ,
along last aforesaid Easterly thence degree from the date of the first publication ci.FRK OF s\in (" :.' / of SEI/4 Sec. Lane DI Unce 1lovUtgStorltae .. ..... ....-... ........,
utes and 30 seconds West, a- of this notice. .
PackingCrating '
boundary, a chord distanceof BY: BEULAH M. 6 s, r 22 E as fol- ;
long said Easterly boundary Each claim or demand must shipping i ti ;372952747COMIT
526.5 feet to a concrete DEPUTY: CLERK :, I
156.5 feet to point of beginning. be In writing ar.d must state
monument on aforesaid :Northerly ; First publication: June 1 1. S\V Cor of NWl/4 Free Estimates Call W Crf, T./U/
This change In classification the of residence and
boundary', said chord place post- run :N 4 deg 26' That do I went with ,
6/22 -"
Is subject to a public hearing office address of the claimantand 6/1 4t .
having a bearing of :North 13 along westerly xnake-nil-heutvn known that .
degrees 38 minutes and 30 to be held on Tuesday June must be sworn to by the )' a dlst. of 164.25 I'm having trouble keeping MUSICBALDWIN

seconds East; run thence North 27th at 7:30: PM In the County claimant, his it will agent be, or void his FOR SALE right of way line of him quiet! ax it U!" I
attorney, or according -
and The City of Keystone N 4
88 degrees 43 minutes Commission room at the Brad- 200; cont. deg -
30 seconds East along said ford County Court House at to law. is advertising for bids West along said Wly PIANOS & //
Northerly boundary, a distance which time all persons inter- Each creditor shall deliver .1958 Chevrolet dump tru )' of said quarter sec- QRGAUS//
sufficient copies of his claimto need of repair. The Clt POB Van Service Inc.
of 1621.7 feet to point of be- ested shall be heard for or of 301.73 to CHOICE OF
ginning. against the proposal as enable the persona to accept sealed bids run5:; deg 19' K THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I
This change In classification In the Zoning Code specified of mall one to each ret and until 8:00: p.m. dist. of 208' to point, FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL: 3540 N.E. W Mo Rd. O'vllle 41I

Is subject to a public hearing Bradford County presentatfv. June' 13, 1972 at their 00' E 300' to Wly CIRCUIT IX: AND: FOR BRADFORD 37'-471 MI

to be held on Tuesday, June John Torode Chairman DATED this 18th day of May Council meeting In the of the right of way COUNTY: MUSIC Co.

27th at 7:30 PM In the CountyCommission Bradford Count Zoning AD1972. pal Building. The truck U. S, 301; S 33 deg AUTO SALES SERVICE
room at the Bradford Board /s/ Verdle S. Futch be inspected at the City W on said Wly right CIVIL ACTION BLOUNT PONTIAC C'vilU Shopping Clr. 372.5351
VERDE S. FUTCH. as Executrix of 66 IN REi The Marriage of Et.LI'EZ ,\
County Court House at 6/8 2t 6/15 Ing lo t between the line a dlst. -
which time all persons inter- of the Last Will and 7:30:: a.m. and 3:30: p.m. thence west 221.82' KOCOS. !/dte.and CHRIST QMS, INC. Farm and Industrial
Testament of' J.M. Sistrunk Said ANGELO.. KOCOS, husband ,
ested shall be heard for or day through Friday The ; of beginning.
against IN THE COlTl'TJCDGE'S deceased. reserves the right to 0.80 acres mI. / NOTICE OF SUITTO Equipment.
cified In the Zoning Cods of COURT OF BRADFORD.COCN'IT. First publlation on: May 18, any or all bids. For said parcels I ly ; CHRIST ANGELO KOCOS

Bradford County; FLORIDA 1972. formation call 473-4807 being in Section 32, Unknown.
K PROBATE #---- 5/18 4t 6eBRADFORD
John Torode Chairman MERTIE V. tween the hours of 9:00: 6 South Range 22 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Santa Fe Tractor
IN REt Estate of ,
Bradford County Zoning and 12:uu noonJoy Petition for Dlssolutlonof
Board ROSE Deceased. -- G. Baker In classification Is riage has been filed againstyou Factory Authorized FORD

6/8 2t 6/15 NOTICE OF PROBATETO PUBLIC COUNTY INSTRUCTION BOARDOF City Clerk public hearing to and you are required to Pontiac

ALL PERSONS!; INTERESTED : P. O. DRAWER 939 STARKE 5/18 4t 6/8 : on 11n Tuesday the County June Com-27 serve Pleading a copy to of the your Petition Answeror on SalesPartsService Parm Tractors & Implements

FICTITIOUS NAME IN THE ESTATE OF SAID FLORIDA, !MAY 4, 1972 at the Bradford the Petitioner's attorney, 210 H. MolnGainesville USED EQUIPMENT
DECEDENT: IN THE CIRCUIT
NOTICE thata The Bradford County Boardof ; House at which George H. Pierce, P.O. Drawer Fla.
notified
You are hereby Public Instruction will receive FLORIDEICHTH SALES PART t SERVICE
Notice Is hereby given that written Instrument purporting sealed bids at Its office CIRCUIT IN AND!; FOR persons Interested 1030. Starke. Bradford and County tile- 372-2583

the undersigned, Mr. and Mrs. to be the Last Will of North Temple Avenue Starke FORD COUNTY.IN heard for or against ; Florida 32091 4488 N. W, 6th 370-2548

Harry Edward Cooney, Intendto MEFTE V. ROSE deceased, Florida for removing one two- RE: The Marriage aCode specified In the original Answer or Pleading ? GAINESVILLE. FLA
engage In business under the to probateIn of Bradford In the Office of the Clerkof
ERIC .
has been admitted brick building from Its I FLOYD KAPLAN.,
of Thomas Sport story (the Circuit Court on or before -
flcldous name Court. You are here- band and LINDA JANE! !: MOBILE HOM&S-R&P".8&lIvtC&
Shop Fish Pond. Highway 100 by this commanded within six site at the Bradford until High 10:00 School A.M. KAPLAN Wife Chairman June 28, 1972, If you fall 'TRAILERST&f Ilr','. MtllU Menu.

South Stark. Fla. and will register calendar months from the Starke Florida CASE NO. 1286NOTICE County; Zoning to do to, Judgement by default
June 6 1972 accordingto Repair Supplies'' Inc.
said name with the Clerkof date of the first publication Tuesday OF SUIT will be taken against you for ,

the Circuit Court, Bradford this notice to appear In this the Bidders following are specifications Invited to Inspect -: TO: Linda Jane Nore the relief demanded In the Authorized Dealers For
1.
County Starke Fla., under the Court and show cause If any. the aforementioned pre 56 Ashmore Road Petition.This JWO N.E. Waldo Rd. Evans-intcnheim
of the Florida Sta- node shall be published '
provisions you can, why the action of this and information required Worcester Gainesville 3T6-06SI Sicgltr. Heeding It Air ConJSuppliesAwning -
tues. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edward Will mises any one each week for four consecutive -
said
Cooney P.O. Box Court In admitting will be provided by this setts. Vinyl Plastic weeks In the Bradford I ciun(n ,Equip.;
IU-E.r should not stand You ,.. -
to probate are hereby notified sizes colors.Pr- M *Srvlc --fttntol
office. ,
Starke Fla. 32091 owners.4tp 6/8 unrevoked. a petition for County; Telegraph.Dated It_,. M I IM at 14 30 ,.. day *
6/29. YAWN use on wood,glass : May 23 1972 Miwlws hi.Mlli4-Co. >npltc' Air Conditioning Installed
THERON A. 2. The successful bidder shall marriage has been filed metal leather. GILBERT S. BROWN Clerk H.., V-H, ....IC. O....
County Judge In and tor be responsible for removal of you, and you are -Bradford County; far All Mo...< .., I4aa.; Up
Bradford County; Florida all materials, footings debris, serve a copy of your By: Beulah M. Moody ranchlwe I Mclir Fan.iuMry 4500,N.W.\ 6th St. Gaine.vllU';
A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH \ Deputy Clerk .. ,
; Air Smite
By: "s/Dolor-tS C. Dunpter etc., from the school sits and or pleading to the 378.8902
bring results. 6/1 4t 6/22 '''l"n"IC4IW'
Clerk shall leave the area now oc- the petitioner's attorney

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, Ei#j;' SHRINE NEWS Zoning
PERSONALS are enjoying the visit of his
: r ,The Shrine ceremonial qy + ayar'
was parents Mr. and Mrs RobertL ; 1
I ;:Jr, held In St. Augustine the Mrs. Richard Cunningham entertained -
Parsons
weekend from Parkersburg
:,-ft::"'! the Shrine* MV fromKeystone 27. Those. entering a bridal Miss shower GIna on Maua May with 26 W. Va., through the month of For Lake GenevaThe

|&5 J, C. W"ka. Paul:"'Tire were and In her new home. The guests June.Mr.. and Mrs. Harold Powell
IS> Corbett Terrell. formerly of enjoyed garnet and refresh will return to the home of Lake Geneva Zoning lake which lies partly In both
+ Keystone ments. Committee a newly formed counties.
,
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle McMurtry
i nose entering tII.rltel were: Mr. and Mrs. Shaw Gaultof after spending three weeks In group will hold organization All Interested citizens are Invited -
? Mr. Mrs. C.E. Mitchell Mr. Stmpsonvllle S. C. were Hollywood. Other guests of the meeting at 7:30 p.m. Thurs- to attend the meeting and
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w&Mrs.' S.E. Kennedy, Mr. & recent guests of their son and McMurtrys will be their daughter day, June IS, In the municipal voice' their opinions on the topics
jij' Mrs. Roy "tyre. Mr. & Mrs. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Janle and her friend Miss -' building at Keystone Heights.: to be discussed.
;JX Wesley Sawyer Mr. & Mrs. W. Hugh Gault. They made trips Sandy Welblt from Auburn Ala. The committee Is describedas Permanent officers of the
:* L> Bunco. Mr. & Mrs. W. A. to Orlando Silver Springs and Maj. and Mrs. Robert Jordan, \ a Joint effort by Interested group will be elected at this
&: BessetL Mr. & Mrs. Pat Bradley Ocala where they tourned several Camp LeJeune N. C. will ; ir citizens and members of the time
horse >
,8 i1" Mr. & Mrs. Mooneyham. farms also be visiting the McMur- f Bradford and Clay County Zon-
Mr. 4 Mrs J.W. Mr and Mrs. Frank Ilgen ing Boards In the Interest of
Klngsbury. trys. The Major and his wife Florida
Mr. Mrs. F.C.,,KOOM have Just returned from.a vacation have '. protecting property values on TrailMembers
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and purchased the
property .
;
: .
In the Clearwater 'g. : ,
and .I,1 f.
Sheriff, & Mrs. Jennings Murr- Miami area. Keystone area and plan to retire ,.. ) ;#.. ,,''' .. ] Lake Geneva and preventing MeetThe
hee. Miss GIna Massa was hon here In the next few years. ;.... / '.if. "' '., = further possible pollution of the
Jimmy McMurtry returned --
ored with a shower at the homeof
DUPLICATE BRIDGE I Ilorlda Trail Association -
home for the Memorial Day
Winners for Tuesday May June Mrs. onald Shackleford on weekend from Tampa wherehe Keystone LIttle Leaqu in action; uniforms are paid by Story Hour held Its summer conference -

'29, were First, Mrs. Mike Mrs. J.7. E.Other hostesses were: Is attending the Universityof team sponsors and the umpires volunteer their services. Will Start Soon at told' /Head Branch
Bonner Mrs.James
Falkel,_Mrs. F.T. llogue; Second Beeler South Florida. State Park last weekend with
Mrs. AI] Bachmann and Mrs. Edwin Ben- hiking and programs on nature
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Brannonand At KH
Paley Boyd Third, Mrs. Roland nett.Mr.. and family of Birmingham Ala. LibraryStory study the,. highlight of activi-
Mrs. John Volunteers ,
Bryan Mrs. C.V. Horn; Charlotte, Josey were recent guests of Mr. and Keystone ties.
Fourth Mrs. A.V.,,Bannister her N. C. were guestsof Mrs. Roy Bridges. The Bran- (Hour will begin at .A program of Florida snakeswas
Mrs. Roy Becker. Frank parents Mr. and Mrs. eons are soon to be permanent 10:30: a.m., June 21, at the Keystone presented to the group
Duplicate Bridge Is held every Day Ilgen weekend., over the MemorIal residents of Keystone.The Back Youngsters PlayBaseball Branch of the Clay County; Friday night by Lt. Marilyn!
Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the Mel- Dale Mabrey Squadronof Library for children 5 through Mullis,'' Interpretative naturalist -
rose Woman's Club. Mr and Mrs. Everett Fox the Florida Air Force ROTC. ., 7. It will continue every other with the I DMslon of Parks
have returned from a trip to Arnold Air Society held their anyone? In "every game. This Is what volunteers Including businesses Wednesday through the summer and Recreation, and Capt. 1'.\V.
ROTARY NEWS Birmingham Ala. after spend- annual picnic at the lake Geneva If you live around Keystone makes !It so different from could not possibly be listedin and will be conducted by Pelllcer, superintendent of
The regular meeting of the ing a few days with their son, 'home of Col. and Mrs. Heights you don't have to be leagues In other towns, we want this space, the current officers Mrs. Carol Donahoo. Gold /Head Branch.
Keystone Rotary Club was held Rhett (Butch) Fox. Edward Tlmmlns.Eighty cadets told what baseball means. It's the boys to play and have good (who serve one-jear The following new books are An outstanding presentationwas
Friday at 12:15 at the Masonic We are sorry to hear that of the University of Florida simply a way of life for many time. I'm sure this is a major terms) are: Bennett, president; available at the library through made I Friday night! by Joe
Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Baker and Cadre, thelrfamlllesandguesta men and women who are con- reason of the league's suc- :Mel' Premo, vice president; Doris June: Kenncr an Interpretative naturalist -
The program was conducted family will be moving to Clin- attended. The Arnold Air Society cerned for young kids. cess." (Head, secretary-treasurer; The Moon's A naloon-l'\lven.' stationed at Tomoka: River -
'by Charles Rider who showed ton, N. J. Mr. Baker who Is the honorary profes- What's it all about? It's all Keeping In mind that all the Everett Fox chief unplre.Cur The Shape of Illusion Bar- State Park near Orniond
a film on Vacation. Land USA, Is employed by Johns-Manvllle sional service society named In the form of a baseball league rent sponsors are: First Federal rett Head), lie showed color slides
which centered on the, fun and Co. has been transferred to for the late General of the Air formed six or seven years ago Keystone Golf of Starke, Keystone State The Merry Month of May depicting. the wildlife, wildflowers
frolics of ('.... Ala., and Miss., their trainee) managementcourse. Force, II. I H. Hap) Arnold. by a group of concerned citizens Bank, Keystone Jewelry Wat Jones. and oilier natural
also a great deal of historical Joy has served as city; Cadet Edward A. Tlmmins. Jr. in the Kevstone Heights And Country son's Grocer> :McKay Realty: memory of Darkness beauties of Florida, and gavean
events concerning the Civil clerk and also on die city coun Is a member of the AAS. area. The concerned group con Homestead Restaurant! and Semmerton. interesting. discussion of lie(
War. cil. Their daughter, Susan will !Mr. and Mrs. Al Watson and sisted not only of parents but Club ActivityWOMEN'S Kim's Shell.Summer. Kill Is a Four Letter Word- State's geological histor}). lie
AI Watson gave a short talk spend the summer with her Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tolles businessmen, farmers retirees Stein. was Introduced bj Jim 'Kern,
on the Rotary meeting' attended family and return to FloridaIn have returned from a 21-day and well, Just practically Before the Hall was Over- of :Miami, presidentnftle'1'rall
In Trinidad. Time did August to attend St.Peters-, cruise of the Caribbean. They everyone from all walks of : GOl.FS,<;oc. Reading Roudj)bush. Association.
not, permit a full j discussion. burg Junior College School of flew from Miami to Trinidad life. They figured that something Congratulations are In order The Bride that Got Away The members, many of them
Everyone Is looking forwardto Nursing.We boarded the S. S. Federal Palm should be done to liter- to Pat Herman, the new Ladles Program Set Selmark.Kill family groups, camped! on Uio
a full account at a later date.PAItADFSLARSEN1 would like to congratulate and went Island hopping, spent ally "get the ball rolling" and Club Champion :Martha Three Shulman. lark grounds clurliiK the weekend -
Mr. and Mrs. James Hugcner two days In Antigua and then have organized baseball for Ilajes, runner-up; Gloria At KH Library"Take Death of a Moral Person and: onjojcd hiking along
I Keystone Club Estates flew home. They reported a young boys.Needless. Rawlings, leader In first fight; Roudybush. the: P311'' fit the I Florida 'I'rail
Mr and Mrs. Oil Parades on the arrival of a daughter wonderful time but were gladto to say, It's been a Kathy Redfearn! second In that a Giant Step" Is the The Paris Bit Marder. (hat ritoW! ; through t Cold; Mead
announce the engagement of Jennifer Dawn on May 24 at get home. great success. But not without flight. theme of the Summer HeadIng Dancingltli a Tiger Ilrumh'I": rk, .
their daughter 1> Ronnie the Bradford County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. James Whar- a great amount of hard work. The Ladles President's Cup which will startIn !Morrow ini i Ii1 ..
part Mrs. James Wharton When the concerned met was won by Vesta Alkcn with Program .....
Larson, with a heldat was ton have returned from a bus- group all County Public Libraries The :Murderer's Companion -
the Paredes home on May honored on May 27 with a sur- iness weekend in Indianapolis, for the first time they dis- Sue Dwyer as runner-up. Con- Clay June 19 and Roughhead.
27. Out-or-town guests were prise birthday party, plannedand Ind. Jim conferred with Aero covered that more volunteerswere gratulations! tinue through on .Vigust 26. con- Quln's Hide .Summerton.. hnirS.E. MCKAY
Mr. and Mrs. Elias I>Parades given by her daughters. Mayflower concerning a new needed, sponsors were Snare Andaluclan Stein uurMREALTOR'
Mr. and Mrs Mitchell\: !!) Pare- Misses Kathy and Laurie Whar\ 5-state dispatching system.Mr. needed, and of course, money JfMOR GOLFERS: AH boys and girls who can The! :MantMiose Dreams CnmcTrue.
des; Gary ParedcsjmfEj"Linda ton. Friends and relatives attended and !Mrs. E. P. Men- was needed. In fact, there was The Norm Central Fla. Junior read are eligible to Join In kjmons. ''S-tuCne; tits. 473.4816
Cline; all of Ocalavlbe; "and Lydia and out-of-town guests zen, former residents of Key- very little that wasn't needed. Tournament (formerly' the this program and may go to I Hide, We Seek Stern.
mos of Long Island, N.Y.; were: Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson stone, have been recent guests However you've been near the 21 Club) will start their sum- the nearest library to receive A Guilty Thing Surprised M (rHOMES.ACREAGESRENTALS"""BI.
And the parents of the prospec- Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Aiken. high school In Keystone latelyon mer tournament at the their vacation reading folders. .Hciidell.!
tlce bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. Davis, Rodney Manford and!Miss Also a guest of the Athens is a Friday or Saturday night, Keystone Golf 8. Country Clubon After that, they select a book Capital Crime HoUd3 bush.
C. J. Hunklcy.' of.Jackson-! Penny Hunter alt of Jackson- their daughter, Mrs. Bennie you would know that the con- Monday, June 19. This Is a of their choice, read It; and 'Iho Image Killer :Manor. .i lM.E51w
vllle. ville. (Angela) Massey. Mrs. Mas- cerned group "found"whattheyneededlights round robin tournament with 8 then record In a folder and Seven Illlars. to Hell :Mar- .11 Ibu llu.'n 4 71-H40

.., J Dr. and Mrs. Phil Parsons scy's husband Is presently stationed are shining down clubs: In this area participating. receive a button; then gu unto low. 5ol-J|< :|Til,*,,.munition,,' 471.141|
f trdfli.i ,,
a at Camp Blandlng for on the baseball players and their An golfers under 21 are more reading. \\ord-Wallaco.. JU&a".0Qel: CanI7J40S8 I
reserved training. uniforms'' There are freshly urged to enter. Pro Dodgers ,,,,,
"
lined base paths and shiny bases will hold a Junior Golfer's' Cli- ,\ Story Hour will begin on
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Miss Leslie Beam, daughter a raised pitcher's mound nic on June 12 &. 14, at 9 a.m. Wednesday, June' 21, from .
I : .ot, Mr., ,and !Mrs., ,1HII l) l| Beam volunteer umpires scorekeepers 10:30: to II and continue each ,- .
'
I' .has been, Interning .In).England ,'cheerleaders, a concession TOURS! \MEXTS: : Wednesday through the summer u
LAKE GENEVA: ,:jMWe' Marvh;: ,TMsppgjcamis, ; i''stand (with volunteers* of There win\'be a :Mixed I'w III sponsored'b,y theitnive I of Fla. course), and naturally, a con- Ball, 36 hole, full handicap, hoo as story te\ler. I Ihts ac- Hi.
'Miss Beam will return homein cerned group of people In the scheduled fortune' 24 & 23. thlty Is for children, 4 to R KEYSTONEMELROSE
ZONING COMMITTEE June ,and will receive her bleachers. Line up your partner and planto years old, and will be held
degree in Education Fine support is of course enter. In connection with In the Keystone Heights,: branch BUSINESS
Bill Helote Is undergoing tests necessary for such a programto this, there will be a Prom library'. under the direction of DIRECTORY
ORGAHIZATIOHM MEETING in the Veterans Hospital In be successful. But there Is match on June 23, with teams the Clay County; Llbral')'. J'l1Jd: tbJdI'f'
Gainesville. Here's wishing him another premise that the pro- consisting of a pro, two men ''
,, a speedy) recovery. gram's foundation Is built upon. and a lady amateur. There will '
Riding at dusk theotliernight, ,As current president of the be a dinner on June 24. Non- (f.rM"lh, inilii wivs ..h..' HIP. -
who did we spot bicycling down league, Ed Bennett, has stated participants will also be welcomed full niiHHt laiisr/ numliTvHIIW I l-ISIIKiniXVSSI: I IMM.IKS: II VlUill' \KM: (, \KDI-A
i JUNE 15 19727:3O Lakevicw Dr., but Jerry and "Everyboy on each team plays alum a 8I11'aln| ;: .lu ban
Bud Beeler. Anyone wishingto the lII"ulI1 SUM'S !" .t.fC, HARDWARE
: P. M. Join this physical fitness V ;. ()>n AND

.i? i Hud.therap group should talk to 58 Graduates To Receive Fish -M'- StuffLive 'nom GARDEN q7oh CENTER

This little community. Is beginning Bait
Building lino of Hdw.
Municipal A'Jeo'niplofe
to look like a college Criekti-Shlnnr Worms > .
town. Everyone Is scurolng] A KHS Mi"iiirc **.
t Tonight MinnowsTACKLE.RODS
to and from classes. Not aca- Diplomas
demic- Plum'f'iiijy;! I Icctrical: Su|>p.
If Yon ff r(' Concerned but arts and crafts pro REELS (
vided by Betty Zowarka and FISHING HUNTING firo-'luno I'cililticrsi
About Your LakefATTEND Hurt lleptinstall. Count- Judge Theron A. cement address for 58 membersof the Community Church with the LICENSES AMMUNI Insecticides
.. S. E. McKaj (:Mac' ), was hon- Yawn will deliver the com men- the graduating class of Keystone pastor, rev. Stewart :McCord '
A TION ? N 230 FromKey'ston
ored by friends, Sunday, June Heights High School at using as his topichcre ICE Hwy' 7 yds
4, with a birthday dinner at Melrose JudoMembers 7:30 tonight (Thursday') In the Are You Going?" X_ystone Hgts 473 .4357HHMTI : :" Hnts.
Park of the Palms. I lappy Birthday football stadium. Scripture readings were 473-3663
', Mac! PlaceIn Diplomas will be presentedto Kiven<,bv the valedictorian I mms( : <; i

:Mrs. Cam Bastedo of Folks- the graduates by H.T. Loom salutatorlan, and by Paul Leino HI JoI"II'm: ((11\11() )
ton, C.a. spent a few days} visitIng TournamentOn' \' Clay County School president of the senior Class. Lake Geneva
:Mrs. Gay Livingston. Board member. Following the service a reception TV Service Center
4Frienlly :Miss Uier\le Hider, bride- The devotional will be givenby for the graduates, their FurnitureGift
I elect of Richard :Martin, was Saturday)', :May 27, the a member of the Senior families, and friends was held
:;
Quasar"
honored Saturday morning witha North Florida Invitational Judo Class. Pete :Morgan, and brief in I Fellowship Hall of the ;
coffee given b}' :Mrs Elaine Tournament was held at King's messages will be brought by church. & Candle Shop TV STERO
Henderson and :Mrs. Linda Ha- Hall, Jacksonville Naval Air the valprllclnrlan.' John\'allde- Honor students of the class

zen. :Mrs. Pam Link, matronof Station. The 1 tournament direc- Jull and salutatorian Cindy) are: Susan Baker Kemball KXQUSIIK: ( (IVTS; CAR AND PORTABLE
(honor and sister of the bride, tor was George Bass Sensl- Scales Bonner :Martha ..\nn :Mlzell TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAL
place to was among those present. (teacher) of Melrose, assis- Special: awards will be pre- Katherine :Moore, Janet Nej- Furniture For ANDRESIDENTIAL
The people and students sincerely ted by Richard Bass, :Melrose sented by Principal Charles lands Connie Roberts, Clnd' Every
appreciate our anonymous \ Uaj Gamble Melrose; and La- Rider as follows: Activities Scales,\ Ickkl Uhldden. DanielA. Taste And Purse
grow moneyHclv donor of the following von Lowery, !keystone Heights.! Rick Wheeler; Athletics, :Mike Babb, Paul B. Leino, JackF See Our Candle Display AIR CONDITIONING
equipment: One jungle- m set The following Judoka's of Wrinkle; Science, Todd :Max- :Miller, Jr., Peter :Morgan, 100 :,\ I.ES; ix 51'Iuci': :
and to the elementary :Melrose and Keystone placed: field Biology Susan Baker Hwy E. Lake Geneva
merry-go-round ,
; James J. Passwater, Bryan n.
school; a larger gym :Men' s Division: Flrnt. Dannv English Mckkl Whidden; :Math, Stanley, and John \alldejull, 1 MI. East of Keytone Hits.II ivKVS'lONK: '( I: IIKICIITS; (;I I
.t set and other equipment to the Stinson; Second, Hajamt +an- Paul Leino; Social Studies n.H,iI I
Senior High school. The residents enmatser; Third, :Mike \\'rinkle Larry Carroll; Girls Athletics I E\I: I. KSTVIKRichard: ; : '
e e e MO'Ml.r.' : HOMKWant /;
of Keystone Heights are ; Fourth Mike Pass I\'a ter. Debbie Bleasdale Student .
The following Judoka's In the ( II rifr* .nr'! .. /In ('",,:1 h i.p T. Lovorn
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really proud and thankful for Council. Pete : orllan.and ...' to sell your :\'QlfleHome'
Junior which Is bro- ini .r -'.'.: r'-r'ft e' /f'r
Division, '
citizens such as )OUt Thanks Commercial, Cindy) Scales; ?" If you have' a buyer,
from all of ken down by age groups and '1"1! 1 'r'. a.'ic' "> : '
Baccalaureate service Mobile Homo
h us. the Reg. I rtcal Estate Broker Brokers will
Second 6 ."'I i ,hr'p, I buy ',''." ',-" ,if# 't'fvan : -
weight, placed
It Is nice : jr.
to see W. B. Daw- was held at 3 p.m. Sunday In anangeI.L financing: and
old "Vane Lower Fourth hat hr-o-'c, j'ft.C ;'.:.
son home again after his stay group. }; Insurance details for a brokerage
in Jacksonville. 6 }r. old group, Robert Suits; LAKE PROPERTIES fee of ID7'of the selling
.:Miss Carol Stephenson, Fourth, 7 )'r. old group, Danny RESIDENTIALBUSINESSACREAGE'' price. I or more Information
I daughter of :Mrs. Les Stephenson \ Fish" ; Fourth '8 jr. old Youth Drowns call ,
was married to John Sweeton group, Lantz Lower', Fourth MOBILE,.HOME BROKERSRT.
Saturday', June 3, In the 10 j r. old group. Gregory'Graham APPRAISALS 1 BOX 350 J
Keystone Heights Community ; Third, 11 )'r. old group
Church. Out of town guests for Tommy Schultz; Fourth, 13 )jr. After Keystone Hgts. 473.3254 MELROSE: FLORIDA. 32666
the occasion were: :Mrs. Bar- old group, Pick' Schultz. Hitting PHONE 475.1751
ager St. Petersburg; :Mrs' New members may Join anytime Edna Knepper; Assoc.
Klein Illinois :Mr. and : Workouts are on :Mondays 473.4111
; Mrs.
.,.., .
,.
; and Wednesday,, 6 to 8:30 Head
Cecil Lewis, Bartow; Phil Tan- : On DockA
.. &&t. .i'i1'} t.f'A: ; : : : J j" en, :Merrltt Island; :Mr. and p.m.Ielrose. : Parish House. Martha Durbin, Assoc
:Mrs Robert Welch and son If Interested,.contact George
iii'' fricnill; liclp.MTic c'lHarh'OIl Bobby, Tampa; :Miss Ann Bass Sens). A black outh.. and again against a support- 473-3362 'I HfS( SP.\Cf.
on lor ) + Raines Boca Raton; :Mr. and These tournaments'. hole General Hagans of Jacksonville Ing timber before striking the

when :Mrs. Thomas Raines, Boca Raton ,montlll)'. drowned about 1:50: p.m. water feet first. He nevercame BEAUTY SHOP
| Vl'IfOIIU
) LKVSKI'llO.NK ;
tl KR
v.C you ) our
WI. ; :Mrs Thomas Henn, :'Miami; Sunday after striking the back back to the surface and his
: ; :lfr. and :Mrs Jerome Sweet, of his head on a dock while body I was recovered a few min- Nell's
fiuniN ;i>ffvainjAccount I Depositor Jr., Bartow; :Mr, and :Mrs. shower at their home In Tampa jumping Into the water at Gold utes later by lifeguard Bobby

,. Jerome Sweet Sr.; :Mrs. Olivia :May 24. Attending the shower Head Branch State Park. Williams: :Mouth! to mouth resuscitation Beauty Style Shoj m
Hf"! 4tttrailit / hltrrat inttnilnr Dixon, Greensboro N. C.; were Carol's co-workers: from Capt., Thos. \V. Pelllcer,park was attempted and
y !'t'lr :Mir and :Mrs., Lester Jones,' the General Telephone Electronics superintendent said that Ha- the youth was brought to the "For :'I f.I!IE, l;.t\I:
If':k.'Io.I !' ."''}' prittr* N. C.; :Mr. and :Mrs. Stanley office In Tampa. gans was at the park with a Bradford County: Hospital by 'n
Jaga.4rcr,. Hooker, Sebastian; :Mr. and Mrs Zane Hudson returned group of three whit boys and the Keystone Fire Department lovelier 1.1.:
:Mrs Wlliard Knight, Palatha; from a weekend trip to Balti- four white girls, and, according ambulance, pronounced deadon you"r ) :'
:Mr. and :Mrs G.W. Parson, more for the graduation of her to witnesses jumped from arrival.
Tampa Dr and Mrs Frank daughter Sherry Ann, from r hone 475.2211 J.
KEYSTONE STATE BANK Kllgo; :Macclenny. The couple Glen Burnle High School. She the dock, about five feet abovethe The death was listed as accidental K.ysten. ,j'I6.6305June
.
water misjudging Between '
apparently -
left for :New Orleans on reported a grand time visiting I drowning, although the
Member F.D.I.C.. ... ., Keystone Heights. Fla. their honeymoon. They will old neighbors and friends but his jump striking Ms head blow on he head may have beena Heights -
against the dock,
reside In Brandon Fla. said, "There's no place likeKe.tone once contributing: factor. and
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly :Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Welch Heights!" Sherry Ann according to witnesses Jumped This Is the seventh drowningIn Melose
Community." entertained Miss Stephenson will work In Baltimore this the water apparently misjudging the Key stone-Kings ley Lake
summer but plans a trip to Ms Jump striking his
and :Mr. Sweet with
a surprise area so far this season.
visit her family In August. head once against the dock.
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Summer Program Set .


In Clay Co. Schools a ass d a a get the.job clone



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-"Clay County's; summer school For Information about recreation CLASSIFIED AD RATES

program will begin Wednesday. programs at the ele- Deadline for Insertion Monday -
June 21, and close Wednesday. mentary schools, parent 5 p. m. preceding Thursday FORD MUSTANG, 1967 for sale. Iw HAVE SEVERAL good black and
August 2, It was announced this should check with the prin- before publication. h ler DrownVo1lcswagen Llgh blue power steering, LEW'SWELDING white, TV consoles for sale at
week. July 4th will be observedas cipals at the local schools. I 1 automatic transmission, 289 $10.00 month, Dahmer Discount.
a holiday for pupils and Mnimum! Charge$1.75 cubic Inches, Radio, Heater. SHOP Stch*'.""6/22.

teachers.Thp (Covers 13 words) $700.00.. Phone after 5:80: 964-
schedule of classes at Each word ,over 15, 86! lAKE GENEVA 7615. Whispering .Pint .&Ip- LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering

the different schools is as NEWS NOTES MOBILE HOME tf tel US 3Q1 S. Phone 6x9. S3.19: 9 x 12 $3.98;
follows: All Classified Ads must be 964.8232UTILITY !12x12 $11.50; 12 X 15 only '

Clay High School, 8 a.m.O By Helen V. tgmn paid for In advance unless SALES CANOES!: Mohawk, fiberglass, $14.9many/$ patterns and
12:15: p.m. you have established account 16' guide, $155 17-1/2V $170 TRAILERSCUSTOM c.Iqrs,;' Dahmer' Discount
with The Telegraph In that 12' AND 24''IDES\ New a Used ; ; ,
Green Cove Springs Middle BUILT tfclig .
plus tax.--Dealer, Gainesville _
gales derv
School, 8 a.m. to 11:45: a.m. event 50 Keystone Heights Junior MELROSE COMMUNITYAARP billing. Not responsible for
.high: pupils will attend Green CHAPTER errors when given over the ON; ROUTE 100 1 MI. North of The MpfGAFNEBVILLE sesssstl WELDING BRAZING LARGEST, Trade-in allowanceon

Cove M IcJdle School.Senior IIIgh June 15-- Covered dish lunch phone or when copy Is not Keystone Height, Fl. SHEET METAL color sets at Dahmer's Discount -

pupils will attend Clay: High eon at 12 noon at the east typed; and brought to the of- e TRAILER HITCHESINSTALLED 5tchg. 6/22.
.
.
School. side Swan Lake home of Dr. fice. f@} i
Orange Park I llgh School 7:45: and Mrs. Lynn Ten Eyck. - MOBILE HOME REPAIRS & FASTTV repair, no charge for

a.m. to 12 noon. It is suggested that members Service. Guaranteed work. Call 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand mIi pickup-in City limits Dah-
Grange Park Middle School: attending try to have car CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Olin's Mobile Home Sales. Ph. cleaned at Dahmors Discount mer's Discount,! Stchg. 6/22.
Enrichment 8 a.m. to 12 noon; pools. From Melrose take the 964-5606. tfchg fast service, tfchg FOR RENT- 12 wide Mobile
Academic, 9 a.m. to 11:10 am. Putnam I'all road for 2.8 miles $1.75 per inch SALES PARTS homes outside city limits. J. n.
There will be a limited programs (east}), which Is that far from 2 inch minimum -- $3.50 FOR SALEBlue Honda Trail SOUP'S on, the rug that is, SERVICE and Lynn White Ph. 964-6114
at all elementary the Melrose School Now turn -- -- 70. Just had 3000 mile check clean with Blue Lustre. Rent or 964-8799. If no answer SEWING
schools, with time schedules left onto a wide clay road a- up. Bought new $386.00, will electric shampoocr $1. Devrlck USED IMPORT CARS call 964-8874. tfchg
varying according to subjectsor bout 1/10 mile and follow signs, Memorials Resolutions, Proclamations sell for $250.00. 3,800 miles. Inc., Builder's Hardware & MACHINE
activities being offered. For (HARP Picnic), take second lane Card of Thanks Robert B. Cole, 473-3115. Supplies, Starke, Fla. Phone HARFRED AUTO
additional Information on sum- on left off the hard clay road. $4.00 Minimum up to 50 Itp 964-6163. !It WATER? FRONT LOTS Sales and Service
mer school In the elementary Members driving from Key- words. Each word over 50- IMPORTS, INC. FOR SALE
grades parents should contact stone should also pool cars.Directions On Crosby Lake and Crosby PFAFF ELNA
their local schools. are known to this re- 509 E. University Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet 'N.w Homes
Recreation programs will be porter. CONCRETE PUMPSNEW Coin.svlll l l. 372-4373 wide, 8 feet deep) Located on
Please provide your own chairif North 301 Near Underwood State Road 100, 3 miles Westof WHITE
offered at each high school. The you wish to sit during the Motel 15 acres, 600 feet on Work AND USED Starke, Fla. Ideal for vaca-
Keystone Heights school will luncheon, also bring table ser- Highway. Will sell all or part, INTERIOR & Exterior: painting tion cottage mobile home. or $49:50 up
have dally recreation schedules vice. Beverages will be provided terms. BLOCK BRICK STONE done well at reasonable price.) investment.
from 8 a.m. to 3:30: p.m. on DRIVE WAYS SIDEWALKS SALES" Call 964-5606after 6 p.m tfchg. Prices start at $1,295.00, $200 ,Parts, ,, & Repair on
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Two bed room frame dwelling PARTS down: and $35.00 month for 36! 'all other Make Ma-

Fridays. On Tuesdays and SENIOR ITLLOWSHIP In City, large fenced lot BLOCK BUILDING SERVICE ,nrmfis( + ; .((8 1/2 T simple Interest chin*.
Thursdays a the schedule will At the monthly covered dish central heat, no repairs need- ADDITIONSPATIO.S. Deep! and Shallow Wells INSURANCEAT ).
run from 1 to 9 p.m. members ed here. See me for price .
luncheon today, new Water Softeners and Call 964.7701 8 a.m. to 9 NATIONAL
The swimming program In being greeted are Mr. and Mrs. and terms. A. J. Thomas FREE ESTIMATES REDUCED RATES p.m weekdays. tf
Green; Cove Springs will be under Wilbur Cassidy, Mr. and Mrs. Healtor. Tel. 964-5701 FilersPlumbing AUTO, FIRE, BOAT ,.... _" '
the direction of James Charles Burnett, and Otto and HAMPTON 611> W. Univ. Av..

Galncy, principal of, the. Mid- Mattie Whiddon friends of Supplies DOYLE E. CONNER Gainesville, Florida
'.
dle Srhnnl President Lester Sheets. A The Glass Shop 468-1677 ;v INSURANCE AGENCY 378.1355.
brief business meeting will follow EXPERT SERVICE ON tchg. $ SAVE $

Jr. Girl Scouts Glass ALL MAKES

roll RF.="T- !Nicely: furnished PHONE 96.1.7061DURRANCE
FRED
Hold Fly-Up COMMUNITY!: ClintCIl For 1M'. '">,",:\' I bachelor apartment.ir conditioned \ITIirSSr.S! : Wanted- \ply DAVIS O.C. Carnes Nursery

The Annual Conference of the $60 per month. 633 Home's Restaurant, I.mvtej.No Thou und<4 of Plants
,
AH CARS nnd TRUCES BUICK PONTIAC
CeremoniesJunior National Council of Community McMahon.: Phone 9646279.
PUMP & SUPPLY CO. experience; necessary Up Fruit Trees Shade: Trees,
Churches will be held August Installed, While-tY Walt Itchg GMC TRUCKS

1-5 at the I ntvcrsity; ; of f Custom Yin I Auto Tops \'.\CTIOCOTTAGH: L Evergreens rnmeHias: ,
Girl Scout Troops 21 ) :5 Blocks North A 1,11'1'1.1'i HItH1: ;, s101 .\\ |I'
Com- roil 'A/alcas Roses
Florida In Tampa. .SALEExpensive
South Ladles !
V. A\e. I\THI: M0'NT.tINSCompletel : .
and 83 held fb 864 Temple
a -up Ceremonyon ; plete Information on the Con- 1017 N. Main\ Ctofl':. Wigs only $1.00 plus wig suing ; .\ 1.11.( |r" .
May :30 at the 'it'ommunity ) furnished :S43; : 1 per> Moat In, Cane Plant' Anrtm.1tNHSCArtu .
Church for six third, graders ference may be obtained from cost. For details write: week Weeks availableliine: GREEN COVE SPRINGS :
the church secretary. Discounts 12113 "J:::. Chelten. 9 by 12 INDOOR and outdoor ,Jul !
'I
Mrownlo 398. August, September.--.
from roop TON :: 2 bedroom ) M MI., S E. of Stark r, Hwv., 100
8:30 and m\T-rurnlsncd. for :
Services at .S2J.93.
Junior Ctrl Scouts taking part Worship : Philadelphia, Pa. 19138. rugs : :; Rahmcrs Dis-! 1 I'. dmondson I. !Star< I'oute! Box .
II a.m. on Sunday, -Juno II, will house, 734 =.N. Walnut M. 4tp 6/29 count. Stchg. 622.cur.scrxT FI".bnml' e.e :ISl i
49 \
were: Anne I Inlayson[ > Kathylredtearn Black Mountain C. :28711!
Call 964-7444 9154-5070. 2-1/2 plots> :V 301
be directed by the \outli fellowship or to :3 acre 1
Joyce I 'iKobcrts! Phone ((7MC09-08fil.() ) ) ;
UP 1/2 ml. out of
; of the church. city
Groups approx.
Slice I Domihou 1'Sharttf ISlcinmctz. :Members' of the church who : IU:\C1I Condominium 2tchg fl.'nWilson's: limits. :\I:1tReducing: \ I'lan 42 .

Cindy I kcnbargor': : Beth are on the sick list are :Mrs.' WANTEDCable, !: driven bull- HKAINC\ MAC;MINK RKHAIRS 1, 2, and :3 I bedroom Tablets S3.no :Money Mackritialuntcc. ; :
Walrath, ,\nncttd "'"Slewart' Bonnie -Jones, Alachua General dozer operator. Ph. 9645606.Olln's Mil PARTS HOUSE': (.CAJ.L; units, $24,000 to 849,000. Club r------- K.\n onn Koch. OIIIB store Blip)
riicrjl I rhonbarecr: ; Vala :Mobile' Home Sales. house, heated pool. Creston G/22 "
Hospital; Mrs. Martha Beam, SHOP WORK Weldinas 3 Hit frame recently painted.
llucnink, Connie Hudson, Janet and Mrs. Ida Gentry, both in Itchg House P.O. Box 184, fialncsllle I I II conveniently' located to .
I'orsytJi, Alicia Abies, Barbie ( ALL WORK GUARANTFKI: \' phone 372-1502.* 2 tp. 6/8 (; \ stores office etc. Mcautlful
Bradford County Hospital. post '
llrunson, 'Kathy !\Ietzi' Tattle I 4 I large yard. WIan: ; : 1'1:111We: ( :: get

lowe( Michele Keller", and .\ : : : : C""ty KI.KITKICI'oimm.K results! List your property for
TU VKLKHSMr. Ifrql\ ,
T TCnrnrr I
Terr! Moore. I sale with
)
Hall- CARL BEGGS AllJm ; us. 'all today.-- .
P. SAVE
\ and Mrs. A.
A Nice) and neat In Star he 3 "
flag ccremony'f'4s con- niu.-rrmi-u i: l., JJ OKIH: : 904B464 -
ducted and !Mrs. Andrews pre man recently returned froman Gulf Service iB Thai Long DistancePhone 5 Mi. W.st of Srarkv I II bedroom, living! room, dining or 964-6810. ttl cl1ftA
extensive trip, visiting relatives -
sented (lie following with their, and friends In .Hnliyuu ColIc I on Rt. 16 Just on X kitchen combined, family
INIaCarr many Used Ports We handle ( room utility room, carport,
olns and Hrownle wings: : South now air linfticket Crawford Rd.
states, including Georgia,
IXnlso ,Baker, ,Deldre 1 1 IIL1.1 M 'I I OH I 11 I'I I.Ms I I air and heat. 450 ft. chain link
Carolina, and Tennessee. One THE FINEST:SELECTION" OF *, cruises and tour*. fence Paved drive. Large beautiful Holt :J.j Your Roof '
Ihirbln / Susan -
I.UlII'IOI'ers, of the l h&hllshts of their trip HHIf .\ (IIMf1'j r Evenings and Weekends ,
Tomllnson and Shannon Harrington. We off.r special package I I II landscaped yard. Price _' 3
g
.
.; was Uio invitation to be special I USED CARS Mit, :Nat'1: Kcjtitono: l'\KI IULSOV\ ()\ reduced from 816,500 to '$$14-! -r ieMs ..... Or A

The Brownies were then star- the Retired guests! for Employees a luncheon of the of (In this whole area :Si.lie KJ./IOO Tour of World 1.wDisney I PHONE 964.6691 I 000 for quick,sale. t; ( J\D'I:\ WIIOI.ENLIV

ted on the trail to Junior Girl Railroad, as !Mr. Ifallman had 24 Hr. Wrecker Service (till II: |10 HrunoNkr, /Owni'rnPhom - --- .. ;,'\ I t." ..
Scouting, accompanied b\' theirmothers. been an active employee of this .I.1 i 1M' Call 964-7449 Frame House !In city. 2 UK. ;L\-
The3' visttedallpointsand railroad USED PARTS EMPLOYMENT: : Radio-tele Inside redecorated. Chain link
at each< point they' receiveda Mrs. Mailman sjstem.enjoyed a special TOWN FINANCE CO. phone operator for Florida fence. Close to everything. .+L : L t?_ ROOF
memento to remind them, of Hwy. 301 N, Waldo Game & Fresh Water Fish Commission Outside needs some repairs.
Dial law. The were then pre- hospital treat in in Chattanooga touring the, where new 468.1998 P.O. Box 226 N. Temole Starke, Fla., 3 dajs. I J & J Roofing Co. '

seated wllli their Girl; 1 Scout "E.l'TREST per week. Interviews Friday,
pins bj' :Mrs. John Howe. she was' a registered nurse forman FLE1111RKE1On I wtamot June 2, at Fla., Game & fresh BILL I'lmKLL( \ : KIUIKKK() \ : I Phone 964-8088 or 473-4735. I
J leaders of Brownie Troop } years. Water Fish Commission Com Hi :'iOl South
The I way
Ilallmansalsoegloyedthe
%
398 arc :Mrs' Htnbardn- Wedding Bells Service on May FOR SALE-Two bedroom house U.S. 1 1-Sourli' Cf f II IIGARAGE SALE II munication Office, 10 am. 106 4-M64

drews mid :Mrs"''Itorvy\ WJ- 21 In the First Christian Church on I acre of land. Fenced 2 Jacksonville At Bayard S. Thompson St., Starke, tin, Or
man, Sr. Junior'' ''troop lead- Saturday, June '10 Itchg.
,
of Chattanooga where
they were Just
shed. PH
't. car carport utility 258.9712For I
Mrs. llen-
were schcl,were Mrs. Cat Vlpyd il' Donahoo, former members. A receptionwas 1-1/2 miles outside city; lim- Reservation 13/4, .4il. From City Limit 1111\\ N111111'(1.11 I: (; 2 Bedroom I "bath, In City,

t -... held after the service its. $7,000. A. Fields, Ph. 964- \ on the tight on 301. \SsCJCI( VI K; frame, on large lot, nice houseSanta' .
'
and :Mrs. John Howe, which was a real homecomingevent 8079. 2tp 6/15 Open Every SAT R t :SUN::; I JIMMY M00 RE : '
for the llallmans, who 9.(, 2 Bedroom Suit. t
", I SUN SPORTS 961.,5')3: ') I 1'e Lake 80' lot Seawall
enjoyed this opportunity to renew ALICIA Bermuda cuttings for :Shops And Snack Bat Set I I boat ramp, dock & ball
former friendships.After sale on June 10, 1972. Ph.. 964- Surrounded By I 11 J Antique I Twin Be tfs. I'inette MOORE BOAT FOR house, 'double boat shelter :
leaving Chattanooga, 5026. Itp I small''' house, very neat. Hlgl '
Collectors PARADISE Occasional Chair. -
they visited in lluntsvllle.., YOUR MONEY dry lot.

Pensacola, Panama City, and WANTEDDependable boy, j Odd anJ-K-ic. :*. I Starke Ph. 964-5791 LONGCHAMPHome l
GET HIP/II Tallahassee.Also : mow lawns; Girl,. house work. L __ __ .... 70 acres near Hampton 01
returning recently froma typing. Permanent, all summer PUMP.SERVICEWELLS Complete Outboard & and IliiIKIini paved 'road, mostly pasture ,
faraway visit with relativesand -Kingsley Lake 533-2381. ltpBAB'"SI'ITIKG ; 3
friends Houston and WANTEDCsed: furniture, refrigerators Stern Drive Service and ;
f were & PUMPS \'atcria' Pramo.Duplox apt., good locatlon
READ THEWADS :Marion DrIscoll who went biplane In my home. Any washers. ,--Dah- Repair. Complete Fiberglass ftood: Income proper
mer' Discount ,
to California, where they hour, I child $10 week; 2 children House tf/chg Repair. Custom- \a E Biit.n! -
spent a month at Palm Springs, "elll :2"! and
$15 week. Ph. 9648716. up
built Fiberglass Fishing 5' acres, 600 on paved road
:Mrs. Drlscoll's former home. lip :2-1! Hr. service all IF YOU j 1'our I'Ltnv Or I lurv1'nur : .
They visited at the home of on RENT OR IF YOU Boats.! Lot Or Our.I .. by 330'. deep. High, dry. ,,

her daughter and husband the FOR SALE1957 Chev. 4 dr. makes BUY YOU PAY FOR THE I I' It kI.. I': ;'I I uIA'1 Is1Iu.nn.tclint 3 bedroom home in City, I

I. Frank Hamerschlags. Mrs. sedan. A. T., R & H. 2 new GOULDSIYEH$ HOWE YCU OCCUPY bath,''kitchen, living & dining
Driscoll's son, Oliver. Rust- tires, runs good; $195.00. Ph. J JACO/.7I PUMP Tsets for rent black and j, : )IHInir.. areas ,screened porch, needs
ling, of Los Angeles, also visited ,... .
\ Idit.
964-5656. lip w. Moke It So
Easy To Own A white or color by week or some! .repairs.
them did their TWA Florida Servfo
as
Pump month at Dahmer's Discount I lories: (louche: Sold
,
hostess granddaughter, Lynn WANTEDTractor: work mowing 9911 PUnding BUd,, New Or Us.d Home. 10, tchg. 6/29. I 1 r n........: I 3 bedroom house, 1 bath. Excellent -
Hamerschlag, on one of her S. No too smallor '
discing. Job air-
location. Central
PHONE G4-!G30oranre 12' wide 24'
short in Cali wides .
man stopovers too large. Write James Lov- 'I \C.KI.AC.t. IORSALK
lot In Clt
Park, FU. very ,large corner >
fornia. ett, Route 1, Box 170C, StarkeFla New Used Repot FOR SLESmall house and lot. 964-6853
While In Palm Springs they 32091. 4tp 6/29 Good location, will sacrifice. I house furnished
Large -
enjoyed attending the Eastern! Up To 12 Year To Pay For information call 964-8616.) HA'! }341 I 1 S; Starke: will Asleep 15-20 people on

Star Chapter and Masonic Lod- FOR SALE11971 7 HP Sears SEWING MACUTh'ECI..cSooiled Means, low, low Payments 4t 6/8. River Ocala !National; ores -
ges. Mrs. Drlscoll was an DES outboard motor. Cost $209.00 and adjusted In your t.
officer there for sever.I'ears. Sacrifice $133.00 cash. Excel- home $5.00. Vacumn cleanerrepalri We Trade For Anything From

lent condition. 964-8252. Itp also. All work guaranteed. Billy Coat To Battleship
:Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roberts Dennis E. Coggins, Phone 10 acres, with heavy growthof
of Beford Lake enjoyed a recent FOR SALE Lawn Mower
visit from their son and :New 3 bedroom !home near 431-1428 ttchB IT. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES Repairs pines near Lawtey.

daughter-in-law :Mr. and :Mrs. schools and shopping center. Orange Ave. (U.S. 17)) ,GEORGE ROBERTS
/ Ed Hagler of Orlando. Other Low down payment) ,easy monthly Phone 284.5439 COMPLETE LINE '.
recent guests of Mr. and :Mrs. payments) Buford :Mitchell\ J INTERESTED!: IX BUYING OR Green Cove Spring, Fla. \REALESTATE
Roberts were Mr. and Mrs.
964-6853. tfchg SELLIXG. OF PARTS PHONE 964-7826
Thomas E. Hagler of Frankfort -
and their small daughter '421 Y''. MADISON ST.
Ky.
NORTH Carolina mountain cottage CONTACT LOTS FOR SALE Starke Colt
Jill, as well as :Mrs. Hagler Jack
for rent July and August. It Country Club, ready for Eaves
f pe..ntlL.the Dukes, of !New: furnished 2 bedrooms.Adults GEORGE ROBERTS building on or for Ines ent.
Salt Springs Before returningto only. References. $80 Lots
area approximately 1/2
,- Kentucky, the Hagler will weekly Sundem" 533-2866. lip REAL ESTATE acre and larger Paved roads Shell Service MARTIN CAMPERSU.S.
... week enjoying the fishing -
\ spend a '
'V. PHONE 964-7826 only 3 minutes from town.
and swimming at the Roberts L'OREAL guarantees their hair Call 964-7701. 8 a.m. to 5 P.m. .' 90 West, Lake City
NOW IN STOCK -OoiutruettonPtwer. lakeside home. color to please, at Koch's 421 1 W. MADISON ST tfchg 435 \DISON ST. "'phon.752-3723

.. 110" .BrwVord AO colors Oounty ta UM .1Usmph. ..... H ; Neighbors Drug 4tchg 6/29 WE NOW HAVE diamond nay NEXT: DOOR TO CITY POWER\\ PLOLIN'S' ,\ T For Best. Selection Of

tf FOR SALE- Corvette convertible dies for any make or model

_. .., 1965. Phone 964-7955:Millard stereo player-Dahmer's Discount TRAVEL TRAILERS
POSTED SIGNS: Treated to -- ..-..... Brown 2tp 6/15 .... House tf/chg ,MINI-HOMES

withstand weather- 204! each. -' .,-- -' Mt..1Is 11..... TRUCK CAMPERSAND
$2.25 dos Special price on ..:':... WANTEDHigh: school graduate TOPPERS
larger quantities. Bradford il as sales clerk and general office SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES MOBILE HOME SALES
County; Tel apholBRADFORD! ilr;: work. Must be able to Foil Line Of Parts And
.. '-
r'ffi -:;.; -"'- type. 5-1/2 days week. Writ Expando Roam 8, Add Service It Our Policy Service
/ *BM c/o Bradford County; Tel.graph. On Room
COUNTY / \ \ When you buy a mobile home,
Drawer A Starke and
) ,
give resume lip Free delivery and set up Home you should consider quality, REDUCE safe A fast with Go- '
Quality, price and service
TELEGRAPH Bese Tablets & E-Vap "water
-- l.c' REWARD for Information leading 100 MILE RADIUS Custom: Urapwto We give all three and guar t:f nl, PillS."-Andrews Huirmacy. ..

'tL to return of 1972 BUS Annual BANK FINANCING Carpeting price.antee to beat any advertised "::,' .l 1_d' 7tp 6/13
Phon. 964-6405 lI taken from high school. Interiors by
Victor
NWY 17 North Our 12 foot wides
J.r Green Cove .start at
J Yvonne Reedy Ph. 964-8580. 1918 Park Av.%. Orange Tare 329500. FOR RENT- air-conditioned''
Prlntin, -Ofice. Sap"U. "Thanks-I really needed Itp Tel. 284.5001.264.7311 XS443J1 tf cottages on Kingsley Lake.Call ,
J that!" Hwy. 100 We.t.. Stork 964.5606 53342368after6. tfchg -
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