Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 15, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Control of the : County Offices

Union County Hospital r 9t ''j

hospital rests trustees with the y

state agents told ,
With the July' U 11 t
the assembled trustees '
opening qualifyingdate
end county commissioner -
drawing closer" ,$1
s Monday
Casey SaysSchool and olo.er. political
activity is quietly ::
: i
A tentative agreement was obtained picking up steam :;,
from each Union county; + i
with two would lt1
commissioner that the trustees -
should operate and control 1 '.' sxiJ, y tt P i rtp"54t TaxCut be candidates getting :;

the new25-bed$818,800medical their names Into play i
facility, completed nearly a tr

year ago but never opened. "AS *** *', this week. ,

But opening the hospital Is 't Harold Norman still lathe '::
still In question even though : -%hospital recovering from a severe 'FI
Art Forehand a representative PossibleA heart attack says he may .
of Gov. Reubtn Askew run again for the Bradford Sheriffs -
apparently resolved many of office If his recovery continues -' '
the "problems" which have* ? r I'': to go as well as It has ;
had the county commissionersand In the 1972-73 local school so far. Norman Is due to be released -

locked hospital trustees. dead r tax levy may be possible, Bradford Supt. morrow.from the hospital to-
for some time.
Tom Casey told the Board of Governorsof Educator Jim Temple, who ,
Finally the hospital trustees the Chamber of Commerce last 'spent U years In Bradford
resigned. But Gov. Askew asked schools and Is now, principal I hat
them to serve temporarily then Thursday.Casey Buchholz High School In \
sent Forehand chief of the tSOME
Gainesville says he Is seriously ;
State Division of Community; made the statementIn is equivalent to a $50,000 In- considering running for the ,:t
I. Hospitals and Medical Facilities ." I an extemporaneous reporton office of superintendent of ,. ,'rj,
to mediate the discussion current school activitiesto (S.. Page schools In Bradford County.
Monday night' Chester Serf of the chamber: governors. Temple Is pastor of the Brooker -
the State department of Health Bradford schools are due for an Baptist Church and has con
and rehabilitative Services, Increase In state funds which QW Ll tinued to live In Brooker since \ '

after also attended.i., discussions.....Ft>rehand- 1".......,. ...;.<..'. ,'''' .,., ,_ .. .- .. r"" ......_- ._-.. _1't."''_.._".."..:.A:-t ..-," ,'.'.,.:",,\- could pcMI.. 1.make.,llel .I a t .tax', '."..rr reduction' I f' ".'!- ; ;**: :' ,.''.;'t .,!""-I 7p', 4in fefififfiSNorman's: '. schools r ', ,.", _,, ,.,'f ''

r ',-ttWttya: ,>))*dimxite apparently But the superintendent said Ties"inMiiap, announcement t this i F "..,
., ( \'hinges lie on obtained control of commitment the hospital. $, :SWEE/T CORN, / the exact amount ,of 1972-73 .week makes the 'sheriffs racea
V.'Af, ; '' state funding Is still not known. five way deal. Deputy Sheriff -
from each commissioner Therefore work on the new Dolph Reddish says he Intends -
", in turn- Gerald Griffis. chairman Som. of the finest sweet corn grown on the WainWright for sale ate, road aid. stand on SR16. Rlghtnow h.'. school budget Is still In the to run to succeed his

I Shelton; S.M.Arnold Brown, Felton and Royce Smith Farm 'on SR-16 lost of Stork It exhibited' by selling' corn and cucumbers and soon will have bans, preliminary stages he added. father veteran Sheriff P.D.
Casey also noted that the A 4-year-old child, Owel- Reddish who It retiring In Jan-
Shaw- that the trustee. should David Wainwright. The farmer has six acre of and .
young pas greens.Th."recent Maxie Carter Jr., president -
Bradford-Union Area Voca- da Johns daughter of Mr. and uary.
have control ,of the facility.
; Whit Silver Qu..n sweet corn ready this wkl : tionalTechnical Center Mrs. Edwin John of Forsyth of the Starke-Bradford
Then Forehand asked would heavy rains got his tomatoes and watermelons has been authorized 12 new Road south of Star he, received Chamber of Commerce and an

the trustees operate the hospital Young Wainwright Is growing 14 acres of vegetables ,.' teaching units, which, he said, : fatal Injuries Tuesday employee of the Florida Power
even though not given an afternoon when accidentally run and Light Co., Is actively seeking
outright ,deed. Trustee Chairman .. over by a pick-up truck drivenby support for the sheriffs
W.B. Thomas said Tom Crawford an Inspector
yes. S. her grandfather, Vasco For race.
But Trustees Jesse Cason and I with the State Department
Curtis Lee gave conditional re- ': syth.Forsyth was backing his of Transportation, also
plies. Summons GoUnanswered: truck to a barn In the rear of Is planning to run for sheriff
Forehand said Ii. would submit --a the home wheN he kept his as is Jimmy Clark,' a former
to a report1 the Governor tools,*"4 according to Starke policeman.
on the results of Monday's neighbor. It Is thought the childfsll Temple's confirmation that he

I .. meeting, Forehand stated the from the truck and was run Is considering the superinten
I two boards hdd reached a tentative over but that Is not certain.: dent's post Is the first sign of
t' agreement expressed ; Neither Is it certain whether opposition for Supt. Tom Ca-
hope that all differences can the truck backed: over the sey. Temple says:

,'I be worked out.However child or was moving forward. "I've had a lot of encour-
; only three of the Mrs. Johns was In the houseat
trustees attended the meeting- agement In Bradford County; ,

j, I Thomas, Cason and Lee. Le- Warrants Out When the time.Forsyth realized the both financially"and from. vol-
unteer workers.
; land Bralller and,Martin Gri-
truck had run over the child, However Temple Is havinga
ner were not present Monday. vehicle
he Jumped from the
with the Ala-
problem now
V final Cason and said left his the resignation,conference was Over half, of the summons to Plea :'rlay .) J'2 and found the child underneath chua County; School. He wants)
said. She was pronounced
neighbors to retain his Job as principal
1 I.ft table. In County Judge's Court were unanswered .1 ,- dead at 3.30: p.m. by
while he for the
t Lee said his to the runs superin-
County' Yawn Dr. H.H. Adams.
and Theron
governor would be to accept Tuesday judge tendent's office here. The Ala-
t' ordered warrants' Issued for each 'defen- Services are set today chua board Is opposed to allowing -
the resignations !and appointS (Thursday June 15)) at 2 p.m. Temple to keep his Job
dant's arrest and a $501 bond set in each in Jones Memorial Chapel In
If he
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I ::: I't" '' Starke. Burial will be In
said he Is
cas3."Something. .( Temple approachIng -
Crosby Lake Cemetery.
-- each board member Indi
has to be doneto Jules Richard Powers\i and Survlvlors Include the parents vidually.,So far he said, only

Yawn eliminate as he noted this,the" said defendants Judge Arthur appear Lee In Daymon court for both the failedto char-: Obviously In high spirits on their last day of school teaching Thursday wr ((1-r) Mrs. and ,Johnny Edwin Forsyth Franklin Johns Johns; the one him a board favorable member reaction.has given

uI11t ( nwu grierlI' who failed to appear to entera ges of unlawful speed Edna Hart Mrs. CUo Andrews, Mrs. Willie! Mae Denton Mrs. Mona Canova, and Mrs. Hilda two grandfathers;Vasco Thornton For According to Temple that
Johns of Starke and
plea on the charges made against member W.F. Enneking said
James Tate failed to appear Hogan.
them. Only 14 of 29 of syth; a great-grandmother, he didn't think any person should
In court for charges operating -
persons appeared at plea dayto motor vehicle without adrlver's Mrs. Dora Taylor of Starke; have to resign his Job to run
., face the misdeamoanor char a two brothers; Richard Smith for a public office.
.'- license and : an expired and Kevin Johns, and two
Temple says he has countedon
ges.Robert Lee FIcharhson was Inspection sticker: 5 Veteran EducatorsEnd sisters: Diana Smith and Lue- the Alachua board letting:

fined the most of anybody dur- Tom :Marks[ Jr was fined ette Smith, all of Starke. him stay on the Job duringthe
l ing the session on charges of $51 or three days In jail fora campaign, especially In
unlawful speed and was driv- charge of Improper passing Careers This Yearnearly view of the "three pretty tough
ing without a license. Richardson after he side swiped ,a car 60 GraduateAt years" In AJachua County. II*
was fined $76 or five days causing: an accident. accordingto said he thought he deserved a
In Jail on the charge of unlawful -, the report. Five veteran elementary Brooker. then moved to Starke 32 years all In Brad- Union Hi break from the, board.
Flag Day speed and $26 or three days Peggy Tompkins Harr)' Que- school teachers four of them for the next 42 years. She ford County; In grades one Temple pointed; out that In
for operating a motor vehicle breman John Busbj, .James. longtime fixtures In Bradford has been a well known fourth through 9. She graduated from 1967 when he then prin-
Services without a driver's license. Houston, Senetta Brazle Karen schools retired with the last grade teacher and holds a Master Bradford High and the Univer Sixty; 1972 seniors graduated cipal of Bradford was Junior High

,, Joseph Lamar Johnson and Thomas, Reginald Jerome daj of school Thursday. of Education Degree from sity.; A long time elementary from the Union County; High School, the Bradford board allowed -
Slarko! Klks: .. | Shaw Percj Rosenbloom, and the University; of Florida. teacher she completed her career School Friday night with Valedictorian -
[ each
& Lodge; Ruby Albrltton were Amelia X :McGlll all They are Mrs. Edna Hart, Rachel Cowen and him to campaign for t estate
the middle school.
fined $26 or three days In Jail were fourth grade; Mrs. Willie Mae Mrs. Denton. with 41 years at new Valedictorian Lou Anne Crawford senate.
for unlawful speed. absent to face their charges Denton sixth and Mrs. experience also began teachIng Nude K. Is the
SunJu)', J June IS 1 grade Mrs. Hogan addressing their class "They wholeheartedly sup-
David M. Smith was fined ($.. Page 10)) :Mona[ Canova music all from right out of high school. wife of Rev. W, A, Hogan of ported me, even gave me time
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$46 or three days In jail for Starke Elementary; Mrs. Cleo Her first year was In Hampton the First Baptist Church. She No guest speakers were at off, but I didn't take It." he
careless driving. Judge Yawnat Andrews, retiring from Bradford then came two years at has followed her preacher hus- said.
first fined Smith $31 but Middle School and Mrs. Brooker and one In Lawtey.The band around the south teach-'' the graduation due to t the beliefs The superintendent's Job In
F Jim Temple lowered It to $46 because Smith Drugs Stolen' !Mlda Hogan, retiring from rest of her teaching career ing six years In Mississippi at the school that commencements ,Bradford pays about $18,000

". did not have enough money Southslde lementary.The ., has been spent In StarkeIn four years In Montgomery Ala. are for the sen Temple said, only slightly more
2 'i Speaker Wayne'Shelton 1 KInney was From Doctor them the sixth grade. She holds and 15 In Florida, Including iors.
k five have behind than he earning as principal:(
Master of Education degree After the giving out of the
a In and
fined $51 or three daj In Jail 161 of teaching almostall seven years Pensacola of BuchhoU.
Drugs and medicines were years from the UF. most of the seniors
South- sheepskins
In Starke at
The Puljliuls iiititeil for careless driving. In Bradford County eight years If he runs Temple says he
Winston Dawson and John!Maurice stolen Sunday night for :Monday Mrs. Canova has taught mu- side elementary School In the went to Gnd Nile at Walt Disney office
will for the not
I To Attend 'I'llis. Service Busby each had their bond morning from the office The retirees were honoredat sic for 20 years all over Brad- first irrade. World. run the the
unlawful speed. of Dr. Pete G; Felos,. Starke luncheons given by their ford ,County. She has taught Senior Terry Roberta gave galnst man occupying
posted for His aim will be to
and also Rev. Hogan Is retiring soon seat now.
Physician by someone who respective faculties grade from kindergarten
_, >< John franklin Robertson every the Invocation and County; Su- Bradford first
from the ministry and Mrs. give County; a
broke a bathroom window and at a meeting of the through seniors. She graduatedfrom
plead guilty to the charges of perlntendant James Cason IH
; Ichooll'lwm."The .
Hogan Is ending her rate
entered the office on west call Education Association., Bradford and Flo- teaching
t J\ Erie; (Cnntmuuititfrtalr and falling High to the
4,1/c falling to appear street. rida State' University then career at the same time. The presented diplomas people her deserve
to drive within single lane Mrs Hart Is the dean of ; graduated.
: iBank Hogans will move to Pensacola that much."
Felon the Incident
Dr. reported taught music In Tallahasseefor
and was fined $36 or three daysin the in of teach- Warrlner
group years Principal Frank
where they are bulldingahom..
Monday morning about eight then spent the Temple he's happy atBuchholz
years says
Jail for each of the charges.: ing experience4312.. Start- awards to honored student
r, Anon!.N.. I IT I....... v" Gary Joseph Prevatt was 8 to the police station. Ing right out of high school next 20 years In Bradford County. The other four retiring educators gave*. Music for the graduates : but that Bradfords.

I;' .. ,..._.. 9'Mtoi.. MO.40O). "...ewe. Jail fined for$36 unlawful or three speed. dnys In City investigated; Patrolman the Mervln crime.Jackson Mrs.year Hart, finished taught In a Hamptonone term InJ'.o .Mrs. Cleo Andrews has taught. Bradford all County plan; to retire In was played by Sharon MInaew..z.o. ( .. P.q... 10))


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I Miss Carmen Beryl,Lester Weds Buffet LuncheonFor I I Cookout Given Rehearsal Dinner

Robbie Lee Hines In Alachua ChurclMiss 1 : j fTr Mrs. HoganOn For Danny uke, For DampierByrdWedding Party

Retirement .Dennis Rhoden
fore a background of palms

interspersed with flower arrangements Mrs. W.A. Hogan was honored) Dennis Rhoden and Danny Mr and Mrs. John 'C. Dam-

in pink and white. at a buffet luncheon Wednesday Luke were honored ;-'at a pier gave a dinner party
1 14F of last week at the Holiday Inn surprise cookout on Saturday Thursday night. June 8, for
Given in marriage by her father given by the faculty and staff evening given by Dotty Rhoden their son, Jackie Joseph (Joey)
the bride wore a formal of the Southside Elementary and Kay and Catherine Lewis and his tiancee, Connie Lynn
gown of satapeau, with wrist School.: at the Lewis borne on Weldon Byrd, before the couple's wed-
length sleeves and Venice Lace Mrs. Hogan Is the first teacher -, Street. ding rehearsal. .
overlaying the mandarin collar.' to retire while teachng atSouthslde. Dennis and))anny are recent The dinner was held 'at,die
Lace motifs adorned the floor She was presentedwith graduates from BUS, and will Dampier home on Parker Street
length skirt and detachable a corsage) made of school leave soon for six months active -. where two picnic tables 'were
watteau chapel train. mementoes. ; duty In'the National Guard. set up In the yard. The tables
The head dining table was ,They were presented with engraved were covered with white linen
q The brido's headpiece was of centered with an arrangement Identification key chains: cloths and centered' with arrangements -
lace and seed pearls, attachedto of white mums and lavender bv the hostesses of yellow chrysan-

4FLII a veil of bridal Illusion. daisies. k-i ,Thlrlv.flve'OUIUl people en- themums and white hydrangeas.
She carried a cascade bouquet Among the 36 attending -
Assisting/ In serving tile 25
i the cookout. Also at-
of pink sweetheart roses, stephanotis were Rev; ]Hogan, Mrs. J.. ,Joyed guests were Mrs. Bea Row-
and miniature carnations r 4 C. Hobbs, and.,\ Mrs. Marion tending were the boy's parentsand land, Mrs."Johtv-Goolsby and
Is the
families Dennis
LII LIIr centered with a white or- l Payne. i
!\ Mrs. Milton Hicks.
chid. The honoree was 'presentedwith I Tuggle-Crawford son of Mr. and \Mrs. W. C.
H' T r Rhoden and Danny Is the son
a" personal Told
gift as a men- t
Miss Cathy Lefevers servedas Engagement of Mr. and. Mrs. Walter P.
maid of honor. Bridesmaids t'c i ento of the occasion.'? : Luke. Surprise Party
,Mr. and : [
were Debbie Douglas, Carla Mrs. C.J. Toggle of For Mrs. Crews
Hall and Kathy Woman's Club announce the engagement -
Howe, Melody tl f ,
Bristol. Flower girls were Dana YES h of thelrdaughter, Patricia Miss'Louise Stern
and Lynn Hall. Garage Sale LeJune, to Gerald Leslie Mrs. Mamie Crews was honored -
>< RecitalMiss
1 {Crawford, Jr., son of Rev. Gerald Presents: ( at a surprise birthday

The maid of honor and flower Members of the Starke,Wo L. Crawford and the late party last Friday night given
girls wore similar empire isJi ( man's Club -will sponsor a !.Mrs. Crawford of Starke. Louise Stern presentedher by> her"" daughter,. Mrs.. 'Vera
style gowns of morse crepein : and Sat- Marriage vows will be spoken piano pupils in a recital '
sale Fridays Clayton, granddaughters,
; garage In the Old Providence Baptist June
6 at
it. avacodo green. The bridesmaids Tuesday evening ,
urdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Glenann Crews and Lindy Boat-
In church of Providence on Friday the First Baptist Church. Following
wore similar gowns
nor all through the summer In wright at the home of her sis
mint green. All attendants car- the vacant store ,next toKoch'l. June 30, at 8 o'clock In the program a social ter-in-law Mrs -Velma Lee
ried green baskets of pink and (the evening. hour was enjoyed. A color Bradley

white miniature carnations and J Any items that .can be used j The bride-elect Is a graduate scheme of yellow and orange Among those attending were
baby's breath decorated with of Union County High School: was carried out In the table Annie
Mrs. Hazel Bradley Mrs. -
pink satin streamers.The __ for friends this sale will from be greatly membersor ap- Lake Butler class of 1971, and ,decorations. Mrs. Paul Car Mae Crews, and nieces,
Is attending the cosmotology ter served refreshments of.
Jean and
Mrs. Fenel Bennett
bridegroom's father rard remoAll proceeds the club course at Lake City Community punch ,and cake.!' Mrs. Carol Foe Massey
Carmen Beryl Lester served as best man and Eddie Debra Lee Prevatt Exchanges Vows I College. '
house. 1 Mr. Crawford from Those appearing were: Ell-
Ushers graduated
and nobble Lee I lines _remarried McCray was ring bearer.
on Friday, June 9, In were ,..Ronald Hobbs, Lee With Mr. Alvarez In First Baptist Bradford County High School: 'zabeth Barrett; Stacey C Den- Mrs.. Betty Crawford un-
the United Metholdlst Church Lester, Byvori Hall,and Tommy Mr. and Mrs. .John Wedge- :1970 and Is employed In Gaines mark, Cynthia. Odom, John derwent surgery Wednesday In

of Alachua. with Rev. Bentley Paulllng. guests at the door, and standIng worth of Laurel, Miss were 'ville. Thompson, 'Martin"HVrsey.. ,.BaptistMemorial: \ ,
Wllllamston officiating. Greg Douglas, the soloist Miss Debra Lee Prevatt In the receiving line were weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. 1 Following the ceremony Mr. Irene Walnwrlght, Ken Thompson Jacksonville ,
The bride la the daughter was accompanied by Mrs. Tay- daughter of Mr.and Mrs.James the bride and groom, their par- L.C. Early. 'and Mrs Tuggle will host, a Cindy Norman, Beth Pa-
of Mr. and Mrs.. G.L. Lester. lor, organist. T. PrevattJr.,became the bride ents and bridal attendants. reception at the Community tray, Junell Alvarez, Carlos Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gibbonsof
Jr., of LaCrosse.The Following the ceremony,a reception of Uregory Allen Alvarez, son The bride's table was covered Mr. 'and Mrs. John Reavesof jBulIding in Providence. and Yolanda Hernandez, Carl Douglas, Ga. were weekend
bridegroom Is theson was held In the fellowship of Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Alvarez with a white satin cloth Los Angeles, Calif are Friends and relatives are In- Torode, Paula Dee Carter,.Ter- guests of Mr and }Mrs. Victor
hall of die church., June 3, at Mrs. J.W.Wilson for Vlted to attend the wedding' and '
of Mr. and Mrs. nobble Mines on Saturday and centered with a five tiered visiting rl Smith, and Melissa Rutledge. Lamb.
of Hampton.. : After a trip to the East Coast '8:00 p.m. In the First Baptist ten days. (reception.
wedding cake topped a
The Doble ring, candlelight of Florida the couple will re- Church. Rev. W.A. Hogan pastor ,bride and groom and encircledwith -
F, Johns
be- and Rev.
ceremony, was performed daisies and fern. This was .
Jacksonville, uncle of the groom -
flanked by two silver candela- ,
the nuptials.
Installation Altar Spci ty. Decorating the altar were two bras,' decorated with white and

/ / standing baskets of white elad- yellow daisies, and white burnIng f.lII1BS", !
Held By UDC Meeting HQCAf loll and daisies against a back- tapers. p r :

Lake Parish Hall ground 01 branched candelabrawith Mrs. Donald Rick of Gainesville .' ,
t Kingsley
white tapers entwined with aunt of the bride and .
hftIaicA..Ah1 4 lMbe background.? Jtl't! : David H. Montgomery: of. .
:- Mrs. Lester'Crevrs-wasJn- St., Edwards.Mtez.eSo4ciety were four ten-root palms made; J Y'tfarke J f cut the bjjdfets< cake; / Jt .. ,8.1& ( :r. "ri1t I ." vlthiif(,
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f! stalled as president QMh.*W. met In the Pariah Hall tm June of .lade. Marking the family The punch tables wfere covered Gift "' !!
.. T. Weeks_chapter, UDCat .& with Mrs. Francis Meng pre- pews.Werevwhlte satin ribbons with white satin cloths .1\ .. ... E"If" I :' Y D ii',,> d. 0" "Ww HiJ' S'h 'DalM :Jig' OC.vl
their annual covered dish lunch- siding. and sprays of white daisies and centered with cryatalJUJ1ClI"bowl. ) Ideas .
eon-mcedng held Wednesday of Mrs. R.R. Chism volunteered with natural greenery. encircled with yellow
last week at the Kingsley Lake for altar care during June. Paul Faulkner, organist and white daisies. Presiding Sales Days Thur., Fri., Sat., Sun:, Mon. _
home !or Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Mrs. Michael Cllhooly announced and Jimmy Alvarez Carol Hardy at the bowlswere Mrs. Ken
Mrs. J. W. KIncald Installed thrill bingo games have and William George, ,soloist Hart of Palatka, Miss Kitty
the following officers to serve been discontinued.Mrs. provided a program of nuptial Hazen, Miss Linda Haas and
with Mrs. Crews Mrs., Guy Jimmy Moore reportedon music Miss Kathy Taylor, all of
Sale} vice-president Mrs. II. the success of the Graduates Mr. Alvarez attended his son Starke, Sale!
L. :ipser, treasurer Mrs. W. Breakfast hosted by as best man. Ushers were JIm- Assisting In serving and car-
B. Mundy, secretary: Mrs.Joh- Altar Society on June 4. my Prevatt brother of the Ing for the guests were Mrs r '
nny 'Barrett Historian; Miss Plans were made for grads bride. Jimmy Alvarez, brother Charles Hardy, Mrs. Harry M. MENS SHIRTS
Madge Mlddle registrar.. school religion classes to be of the groom Lehnard B. Register Hatcher, Jr.- Mrs.- Michael
The chapter celebrated the conducted by Sister Trinlta and ni,. and Johnnie B. Sexton Mrs. Carl: Hurst, Mrs. '' YOUR CHOICE
birthday of Jefferson Davis Sister Margaret from St. Pat- Thompson. Randy Johns Mrs. Dolph E. P
Mrs. George Roberts, outgoing rick's In Gainesville from June Miss Donna Susan Prevatt Reddish, Mrs. Lennard B. Register R.es.'
president presided at 5 through June 9. attended her sister as maid of Jr., and Mrs Myrttce 188 TC)
the meeting and was given arising Father James Cregan Introduced honor. She wore a floor length Nichols. 2.99
vote of thanks for her Father Vincent Haul 01Jack.onvUlewho gown of yellow flocked dacron Handing out rice bags were
leadership for the past two :: will serve St. and poleyster featuring a fitted Alvarez,' sisterof + p Perma press & 1004
cotton crew necks &
year. Edward's .pastor during the bodice, high neckline with the groom and Beth Fran- ., tank tops. Solids ai
Luncheon was served to the summer month., rather Cre-; band, and full sleeves with cis. They wore dresses made (ancles Inasst. colon
2 0 members and the followingfive gan will be training for National band and ruffle. The full gathered Identical to the other bridal Sizes-XL.
visitors: Mrs. Louie Guard< .,chaplain at Fort skirt ended In a wide attendants. In mint green. A GREAT Permanent press Polyl

Walnwrlght Tallahassee Mn'3.Mrs.- Hamilton In Brooklyn after vacationing ruffle. She wore a circular The bride and groom sailed GIFT as cotton sport or dress
C. M. Christy C. in .Limerick, City,Ire brimmed hat of Rosewood dacron June 5 from Port Evergladeson w/long tails & pointed SPORT SHIRTS
Stroud. whose name was presented a ten day Caribbean cruise THAT'S .
land. << poleyster, made of the collars. Solids, plaids
for membership, Miss, The next meeting is scheduledfor same material as her dress. They will reside In Ocala ALWAYS checks. Sizes '14.." 7.
Paula Rogers of Mulling S. after July 1 1. .
September 6 In the Parish Serving as bridesmaids were '
C.. and Miss Jean Mundy. Hall. Misses Carol Hardy Colleen The! .byfde is a graduate of A FAVORITE y itt, 2'SL.
The next meeting will be In Nichols, Gayle Hatcher and Karen BHS. She completed one yearat WITH I. is .

October. Norman' Ketehie of Tampa Reddish. Their gowns were Santa Fe Junior College and FATHER I tI Perma w/short sleeves
and children were Thursday Identical to that of the maid of will enter Central Florida Community '. .' In press asst. colas SizesSXL.
Miss Ginger' Baldwin and night and Friday guests of Mr. honor, but In mint green. -The College In Ocala In the +? .
and Mrs. Bob Ferguson. maid of honor and attendantsall fall as a sophomore.
Jim Montuero of t the University -
of South Florida spent the carried natural colored wic- Mr. Alvarez graduated from :'t '';, !1''' .i: "r te.7}! MENS PERMANENT PRESS,
Dr. and Mrs. O.L. Hayne., ker baskets of yellow daisies BUS and Lake City Junior College ; tit '
weekend with Mr.-chid Mrs. m. Jr. and daughter, Anne atten- with maiden hair fern and yellow He received his bachelor POLYESTER t ," "' PAJAMAS ,

A. Baldwin, Jr The Baldwin. ded the funeral of Mrs."Haynei' satin streamers. degree In agriculture from the KNIT TIES t,' :. / ,'
also had an. Sunday vUltnrm father David Scott. Sr., In Decatur Amy Jo Carter, daughter of University of Florida this June :
REG.3.50 '
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Hall, Jr Ga. Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carter, and will teach this fall In Vanguard .115 o 288 ',
and daughters of Gainesville, Mrs. Haynes and Anne remained and Jennifer Johns. daughter High School, Ocala. ":{::...
and Mr. and Mrs.Doublas Bald- with her mother for of' Mr. and Mrs. Randy Johns 250 Solids & ', /i'. :

win of Inverness. several weeks. served as flower girls, wearIng Mr.And Mrs: Hogan 1 patterns < ,iy I
dresses made Identical to In Asst. 1
......... those of the other colors. ti/
attendants. Entertained At t
In yellow. John David Francis, Lace & double knits In sonde Sizes A- ;
;;; son of. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinner Party & fancies Asst. Colas D.

.1 E. Francis, was ringbearer.The /
[ANNOUNCIlv1GRuby ] bride In
given marriag Rev and Mrs W.A. Hogan h .
by her father, wore a dress of
were honored at a dinner party -
.embroidered white silk organza Tuesday night of last week MENS OPEN BACK TOE BUY THE SET AND SAVE 189
fitted bodice with
featuring a given by Mr. and Mrs. James
high neck. accented: bv a nar- MENS UNIFORM PANTS
Lewisis V. Crosby and Mr. and Mrs.J. .
neck bend outlined with HOUSESHOES
row '
E. Hardy at the home of the
lace flowers 'ine long luij latter on E. Call Street i r' REG..," 400'
sleeves ended In a narrow cuff I + 1 .
The buffet table In the dining 3"Ultra
outlined with the same tiny
room was covered with a pink
< flowers and bordered with an linen cloth and centered with a I Safety feature no cults. Heavy 1d ,hj
soft tricot } ate
now of t organs flowers ruffle.bordered The a same band lan at sliver bowl holding red roses. lined. Sizes 7 11. ; .! ,;,, weight perma press. Sizes 3042.Sal i, hi I
The dining tables In the living
f Ft'r ;
the natural waist line and embroidered -
daisies enhanced the' ,.covered room and with family Imported room cutwork were '' 'MENS UNIFORM SHIRTS .t '
full-gathered skirt Just above
cloths and centered with cut 1'tb
;:i j., edged the wide with flounce lace flowers which'and went was glass vases holdtngmlxedsum- qI7'5' ? RIG.311 300 r, It Ic k:.,.
non,.. Place cardsnarked
round and was part of the attached ,
Bonnie's Hair Styles train. She wore a waist i the seating arrangement *! 1 "'I / Perma press w/long sleeves.' A.'j**' t4)) i
length veil of silk Illusion attached for the 20 guests "; SO poly/50 cotton. Sizes S. XL. ":"Y""r 1
f, to a Juliette headpiece, Assisting In serving were ERT1K STICK MEMS MBS IOOTS .1 .,'1 1."
V.S.301 SOUTH formed by a crown of Uny Mrs. Carl Hunt and Mrs. I' MENS WORK OR UTILITY SOCK
and George Pierce. RIO.1.M ./!.
flowers seed pearl She REQ.

r ..,.,.' \;'."---OPEN..; :; ;. - carried basket a natural of white colored daisies wickr with: Mrs.a corsage Hogan was and Rev.presentedwith Hogan ,S.IS 96 I j 3-100 & 4-100 ,,r,4 l rye

maiden hair fern and a white a boutonnler and a cut glass Side Up. Hr p4buckW 1st White
quality. or tat
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lace bow
streamers) Black.
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TUESDAY FRIDAY 9 A.M 5 P.M. A reception was held In the as, a memento of the occasion.Mr. Six.. 7.12. / Cushion foot. Sizes
,, .,ittflt church Fellowship Hall where s'r? / 10/10M 11/11i
pedestal baskets of white glad- and Mrs. John Millerand
loll and daisies were used. children, Mary Ante and
Make Appon'ment'; -Today' A memory candle was placed Kevin, arrived Tuesday from

,on the bride's book table which Wichita Falls Taos and are :y: QUALITY COMES FIRST-THEN OUR LOW PRICES9OQ
'. JltJI'o was attended by Miss June Har- spending some time at the Matthews
cottage Kingsley"Lake.
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Shelia/ Norman Exchanges Vows Eleanor Lee Weds Arnold B. Moody

With Mr. Cox In Smyrna Baptist In Lake City Church Wedding Rites II ,I

Eleanor Elde Lee daughterof from a bridesmaid, Kathy
Miss Sheila Kay Norman bearer. Bates) with two large lavender
The bride, given In marrlaeby Rev. and Mrs. Walter H. !
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
attached to the top.
old K. Norman of Latey, and her father, wore a floor Lee of Starke, and Arnold Ben- orchids David Williams served as I I I 'I i ;
Steve James Cox, son of Mr. length gown of white satin with jamin Moody: son of Mr. and ia i
and the ushers were
best ,
white lace oversklrt.The bodice Mrs. Alton B. Moody of Lake man i
and Mrs. Ray Cox of Starke Lee, brother of the bride
were united In marriage on was also of white lace and seed City; were united In marriageon
May 25 at 8 p.m. in Smyna pearls with high neck. She wore Saturday, May 27, at 7:30: and Immediately Harry Kapes.after the cere- In New '
Baptist Church with Rev. Pete a floor length mantilla veil. p.m. In the First Presbyterian mnnv Rev. and Mrs. Lee gavea Chevrolets
Dyess performing the nuptials. A Church, Lake City. The Rev.
reception was held In the reception In the FellowshipHall.
Decorating the altar were two Pecan Room of the Garden Rest Philip Lykes officiated at the I
Numerous potted palms
standing and daisies baskets against of white a background gladioli -- aurant.centered The with bride's a four-tiered table was double-ring Twin arrangements ceremony.of white and throughout. flowers the hall.were placed t, Tha n Any Other Car ti tiw tiy

of arched candelabra, wedding cake encircled with gladioli and lavender daisy, Mrs. Roy B. Beadenbaugn,
used against a
tree candelabra and panels of yellow daisies and greenery pompoms were candelabra greeted guests at the door. "
of tree In The
flanked by two silver candela- background County
greenery. white tapers and The bride's table wa. overlaid i iI
Ray Norman pianist, and bra with burning tapers. Mrs. holding lighted Family were with a white organza, em-
Mrs.' Reddish J.E. Thoma s cut the cake. native palms. pews
Sylvia soloist white satin ribbon. broidered cloth and was centered -
provided a program of nuptial Margaret Ann Norman kept Emerson Darst presen- with a four-tiered embossed I

music.Billy Geiger served as best .the Margaret bride's book.Norman and JoAnn ted Marc Mrs.a selection Beaver,of nuptial soloist music, accompanied white wedding wedding bells.cake topped Mrs. Ran-with And The Fact That We'veHelp

man, and the ushers were Harley presided at the punch himself with the dolphDeLaney and Mrs. Victor
Charles and Jeffery Norman. table. The two punch bowls were bride I
Sanborn, cousins of the ,
Mrs. Carol Geiger attendedas encircled with ,yellow daisies guitar Given In marriage by her cut the cake. Make So Many $
matron of honor. Misses and greenery. had her The punch table,overlaid with
bride as
father, the
Kitty; Strickland and WcMNor- Following a wedding trip to white cloth, held '
matron of honor Mrs. .Wayne an Imported
man were bridesmaids. The South Florida the couple Is residing -
sister-in-law. the crystal punch bowl. Mrs. GREAT FATHERSHappy ,
Lee, her
attendants were gowned alikeIn In Lawtey. The bride Ward Swisher and Mrs.Tommy
floor length yellow lace and traveled In a wtJte street length The matron of honor ,worea Matthews presided at the punch
satin. They carried yellow daisy dress with white accessories.the floor length gown with an A- I
bride and bothgraduates line silhouette of pale pink and bowl. .. '
nosegays. groom are bride'sbothlj Chevrolet
McCUl the Owners
of BUS. Mr. Cox chiffon over taffeta and white Lindy kept ': u '
Lisa "
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[ i Harley was flower girlJar"
.nd rI..... 1imIIQII'd ytAuPdllt:" 6 jt ...., Ynlc( rhwt,.' I'
', \ -- f'r; tit. '!' '#_ __ ::: .* bred .a The Victorian>emplre,bodice*wcklln foa-i. <,placed covered a;on,with the a table white cloth was, I'1 ..,,-t\ Makest''''1",1'" .t..8- ,

tucked bib front and long fringed In lace. {
In hospitalities
sleeves. Assisting
sheer Miss Emily were Miss Alene Thomas,Mrs.
Bridesmaids were
Johns and Miss Kathy Julian McCrannle, Mrs. B.L. !

____ Bates.to Their that of gowns the were matron identical of- Mrs.Patterson Wallace, Mrs. Harry Johns,Kapes Mrs., EVERY DAY FATHERS DAYm

: Mike Lee, Miss Joan Boyd
honor except In pale lavender. ),
Mrs. Willie Ramos, and Mrs. at
: All attendants wore w ,
David Williams
formed of lavender daisies ,
and carried: single large Passing rice bags from de-
lavender mums with the same corated baskets were Kelly Williams -
color ribbon. and Stephanie Ward. Baldwin ChevroletOldsI
The bride wore an Ivory Hostess of the gift table was
$ rly organza A-line gown featuring MonIque Geiger.
bishop sleeves, high necklineand The bride wore as her going _
re-embroidered Alecon away outfit a gold and white I I ;.
lace extending down from the pants and blazer outfit with
l ly A-line gown and appliques' to which she wore matching accessories Don't Forget Our
the detachable train. She wore and an orchid from 'i I i
an Ivory floor length, mantilla her bouquet. She wore a diamond -
with lace trim and carried a necklace, a gift from the .

white.bride's Bible (a gin groom. 1 Annual Year End
ly:4.'i Bahama After a Islands wedding the trip couple to the Is 1

Sanders-Thorn f on residing! at Gatewood Mobile 1
Home Estates, Lake City; t I

Date Set June 23 1

Mrs. F.J. Shaw returned Sat-
pn( Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. urday from two weeks visit I
Sanders announce the approachIng with her brother-in-law and $
rt 1' marriage of their daughter. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles I !
Alice Fave. to Reheh Alien Shatter, In Atlanta. The Shaffer -
Thornton, son of Mr. and brought Mrs. Shaw home
Mrs. W.J. 'ITionrton, all of and carried their father, L.L. i
Starke. Conner back with them for a Is Full Blast
The wedding will take place visit of several weeks. Going i8
LaSheridan : Friday, June 23, at 6:30 p.m.In
Bethel Baptist Church with a I $
reception in the church annex. Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Norton \
All friends and relatives are Sr. and daughter, Sarah, attended 2 FATHERS You Owe It To Yourself To Come
Ann Griffis, Neil Miles Invited to attend. homecoming at Ralfbrd I:
Road Church of Macclenny Sun-

Exchange Vows In Church Ceremon]( day Mrs.and Munroe also Kltler visited In Mr.Raiford.and i i See Come Drive, Come Buy i'

C Mr. and Mrs. Claude A.Morgan bride wore an oldfashionedfloor Miss Dawn Lamb celebratedher '
'i, announce the marriage of lengtn gown ot ware lace 27th birthday with a fam- AMERICA'S NO 1 SELLING CAR ,
their daughter, Sheridan Am and voll with a full length mantilla ily dinner, and spending the day t
CrUfls, to Nell Edward. Miles, veil. She carried a cascade in Jacksonville. ,
y 4 son of Mr.\and Mrs. Elwood bouquet of white daisies and
,t JE. Miles of Lake City. Miss white miniature carnations.A i Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Haynes
$H CrUfls is also the daughter of reception was held in the of Fltzoerald. Ca..were last J CHEVROLET; I
The bride's table of
the late Millard M. Criffls church. was Thursday overnight guests
of Starke. covered with a white lace cloth New Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Mrs.
took over aqua linen and centered Pearce also had as weekend
The wedding place on
May 28 at 7 p.m. in the Churchof with a wedding cake encircled ArrivalsMr. guest, her daughter, Mrs. Edward S
Jesue Christ of Latter Day with yellow daisies and greenery Ensor of Jacksonville.
Miss Marilyn Lee cut the
Saints In Stark Bishop Beau
Bedenbaugh performed the cake. I 5-
Miss Sylvia Thomas kept 1hebrlde's Mrs:Pearl Colson underwent
nuptials. and Mrs. William E.
Mrs. Leslie Chilean, pianist, book. emergency: surgery Saturday 'I'IJ
After a trip to the Smoky Dampier of Starke announce night in the University Hospital. i 'Ii
provided a >program> of nuptial Mountains the couple Is residing the birth of a son. Todd Orion, I II
music. In Lake City. The bride on June 12 In Alachua General

pedestal Decorating baskets the altar of whit were glad-two dress traveled with In white an aqua accessories.double knit ets Hospital.are Mr.Maternal and Mrs.grandpar-H. F. ,THE BRADFORDCOUNTY / ? ,_ 4U.S. I It
loll and against a
pompoms The bride Is a BBS graduateand Cloversettle and paternal TELEGRAPH
background of arched 1* employed at Sears In grandparents are Mrs. Rhoda i iI if
bra with panels
greenery Lake City. Dampier and R.C. Dampier PrbIisbeivy ThwwUyi
burning tapers. The groom Is a Columbia Mr. and Mrs. Larry Craw- US W. Call 8teMtMarie.
Sonny Nettle served as best ford of Gainesville announce 301110RTH PHONE 9617500
High School gradual and Is attending Florida JZtII 2i
Lee and Roger
man and Ricky Lake City. Junior Col- the birth of a dau htAlrl.Terri I i
Little were ushers. leg*. Melissa on June 6 In Alachua Bee.... eUw p...... paid.
Mlas Diane Griffls served a* STARKE FLORIDA
Hospital. Maternalgrandparents
maid of honor and MIss Julie General .at Stark. P'MridaiSuhcrWtn ,
:: are Mrs. Betty;
Griffls was bridesmaid. Theywere w. Register and Freeman Register Kate: j
gowned alike In old fashioned Clark and
style floor length gown Mrs. Margaret Dee of Melbournewere Jr., I* .,... ret. : IS." perymr
; daughter. and Mr. Charles Jones
Mr. Your
of COM print woO and carried wkend guests of her 1U1IOWdie birth of a daughter ; SZ.7S six m.>ta*. :s "Sooner or Later Favorite Dealer"I 1
nosegays of, ;yellow daisies andgreenery. son-in-law and daughter, Sharrley Lynn, on June 7 0..lde trade areas. S&M I

Given la. ;marriage' by ber Jr.Mr.DM and remained'*s. John for L.the Bradley week. at Gainesville.the University Hospital In per'yeari 13.._ meal' FatherDAD- Pft ""J\ PJ/- Pop -*iufy 1-NN; Faher&J>-

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naYlGi11tJWIU ne tStJceciQhrnser Gospel PerformerTo Local Guardsmen Win Hand sized vacuum, solves father's

Appear At do-it-yourself cleanrup- problem{ ,
Mrs. W.E. Dow_ and Mr. Grace Superior Unit Award
E.J. Dowiing, Sr. attendedJInv Baptist
my Dowllng's graduation fromU. How can you solve a Fa- mats and upholstery clean reached without lifting the
of F. Saturday Company D (Malm) bad Spt ther's Day gift problem for up the workroom or garage vacuum or tar last-minute
morning. Rev. Reoram Bholan of and nave received Superior
Guy camp the
11 local National man of the house and, toolbench. or 'travel with touCh-uPIIi"before din-
r* Bn. Guard unit,
ana, South America, an Independent Unit Award now. at the time .
same save
Mrs. Leslie Lowber of Mon was recently one of a dozen him for camper, trailer or ner guests arrive,
nation formerly the Art will be a tough act to yourself some housekeepingmuscle boat maintenance
units In Florida The hand
roe. Wash and Mrs. Bill Col- British Colony of British Gui receiving"The ? Kenaj/bre/ vacuum -
of lins of Jenklnsburg Ca. visited ana, will preach and at Army National Guard Superior follow be concluded. Hand vacuums can help can handle all these
their parents Mr. and Mrs. morning and evening services Unit Award," announces CPT The next monthly scheduled One answer Is a new pow- the lady of the house, too. Jobs because It carries a 1.3-
II.W. Townsend and also Mr. at Grace Church James R. Reddish unit Com meeting for all personnel on erful hand-sized vacuum Cleaning stairways, for Instance horsepower motor) In a com-
and Mrs. A.L. Crosby Jr. the Sunday June Baptist 18. mander. July 8 and 9 at which time cleaner, such as the Ken- ,can be a tough chore pact package that weighs
I The award Is based the unit will have an annual more S.P.V. hand vacuum If have
past week. Born pereuta. on all you to carry an up- less than eight pounds.
to Hindu the
around performance training audit and! Inventory of all from Sears, Roebuck and right or tank-type vacuum.
Col. and J.A. Griffin spent 28-year-old Rev. Bholin became administration supply and Co.The The lightweight'hand mod Other .features of the
the weekend In Lakeland and a Christian as a child! maintenance at home station equipment and clothing by a heavy-duty hand ell also are handy for clean- Kenmore: sp.V. are a 25-
attended the wedding of a nephew and now performs gospel con- and the annual field training representative The from the office vacuum Is designed to help Ing high nooks and cranniesIn foot power cord to reach
of Adjutant
Bob Haller. to Debra In- certi and preaches. He has period. men spruce up car floor closets that Just can't be most anywhere
galsbe on Saturday. toured th United States *for The unit recently enlisted -. 'e,
four rI ----,
years. Ronnie E. Sellers Larry Be- r-----------------------------
Dinner Party Brian Hamilton Is convalescing The morning service beginsat thea, Cleveland Slmmtons. as I ,
and the
a.m. evening service well as prior service
at home after undergoing person

For Ronnie Gunter, surgery Medical May Center.9 In the Gainesville Vacation at 8 p.m.Bible School beginsat Reddish.nel SPS Cecil A.... Cowart.Leach. Michael ALONE ,

1972 GraduateRonnie Grace Baptist next Monday. The unit Is enlisting person- ,
June 19, and runs through Friday nel at this time
Mr. and Mrs. John Spengtor June 23, from 7 -9 through It
pan. ,
graduate,Cunter was honored a 1972 at BItS a last and week son at of the Gainesville Graham spent cot- each day.. Preparation, Day, Is has ized all by Its the table personnel of organization. author-- I II ,
set June
at supper the Saturday home of, night his parents.June 10, tage on Klngsley Lake. ajn.Saturday 18, at 9 be enlisted. Additional until personnel further notice may I,, NEVER BEFORE, NEVER AGAIN ,

Mr. and Mrs Willis Gunter. Mr. and Mrs. J.P.'Eldridge from higher headquarters.
The dining table was covered of Jacksonville and daughter Youth Revival PSG J.E. Tomllnson and Pag ,
with a white lace cloth and Mrs. Charles Darby, and Joe Warren, unit recruiting I
centered with an arrangementof daughters of (Charlotte N. C. Set At RaifordFirst personnel sergeants suggest I
summer flowers.Approximately were Sunday visitors of Mr. those Interested In Joining I
40 guests enjoyed and Mrs. R.H. Grider. The Baptist Church of RaI- should visit the armory at an t 1I I
this affair. Crlders also had as a Monday ford will host a :youth revival exist early date while openings still I I II
In electronics administration
visitor, their grandson,
? team from the First Baptist
Bob Douville, of Orange Park. supply, attomotlve mechanics I L. I
Church of Mlms. Fla. this Friday I
welding and :
Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Firth flew other
through Sunday June 16-18. :
to Gulliver Mich last weekto Miss Lillian Stump and Mr. A youth led revival directedby fields. 1 1 1I
visit Mr. and Mrs. William and Mrs. Brian Hamilton attended Unit personnel are paid every _
the visitors will Fri- ,
begin three months CW4 A.L.. Crosby .
Whlchello. the graduation of their I \
day and Saturday at
nephew. Henry Thomson, from stated that receipt of pay for the I 2 I
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Seattle Leon High School In G Talla- 7:30 pjn. and at the 11 a.m. period from March to. May wouldbe -
are vacationing this weekin hassee last Thursday.Mr. service Sunday. receive on or before July 1 I 1
the Smoky Mountains. Everyone' Is Invited to at- in the amount of approximately II
and Mrs. R.A. Green tend. $15,000. This is the pay I 1
Jr. and of Gainesville for the inactive tralnlngCarmory :
Mr. and Mrs P.D. Fancher and niece, Elaine Godfrey of training). Thousands sold at regular price! !
Jr. attended the Shrine Cam- Savannah, Ga. are spending six ,
per's Caraven dinner and meet- weeks at the Green cottage on Mr. and Mrs. C.W. McMur- 1LT David Bennett, unit executive -
Ing In Jacksonville Wednesday. Klngsley Lake. ray have returned from two officer remarked that
night of last week. weeks vacation In Ohio. "It has been fine .
a very year
Lex Green TO Is visiting his In all fields for our unit". i Nothing is changed but the price! '+ :?-. : !
Local admittances to Brad- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Timmy; Thompson of Ocala. We won the best mess award.
ford County Hospital this week former Starke resident, made best dressed, best driver and I
Include: Mrs. Jeannette Cuen- Tyler Jones at Black Moun- the President's list at st. the Softball championship at :
det and Mrs. Willie Mae Mc- tain, N.C. for several weeks. Johns River Junior College for I ... 1 1I

Veigh, Keystone Heights Mrs. H.E. Ether- the last quarter.Mr Elks To Observe =::; r'A f."b"b- ,
Elsa Oliver, Hawthorne Larry Mr. and Mrs. rt" .
Miller Mrs. Emma Carter, idge, Mrs. Bessie Etherldge, and Mrs. R.O. Dansby Flag Day With <::\. '..l" ,, <
Mrs. Edna; Sauve and Jimmy and Mrs. Ha Rain of Chlefland visited his brother J. B.Dnas- Public -"" 'f-\. ,-a.. "" IDJJ.1' '
Crosby Starke; Paul Healy, were Sunday visitors of Mr. by Jr., In Tallahassee Memor- CeremonyStarke ( """ \ \ ,
Alachua; Mrs. Louise Monroe and Mrs. J. <*"Jackson.. Mrs. Hospital Sunday. ( I :"-\.Ii.\" \ \j \ _
Waldo; and Mrs. Llnnle Bessie Etheridge and Mrs. Lodge No. 1802. B. ",. .A"-" :' <; ,

Sharpe, Mlddleburg. Rain remained with the Jack- Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper P.O. Elks will hold! Flag Day, \t\ "'_1. m' .-. \'-\.......", \ : "

sons for several weeks. had a cookout Saturday night Services at 2 p.m. Sunday,June :.I"a\Oo....' .. "'..:. ; 'I> ....... \'. ', ,; ,.-- .
Mrs. J.II. Wells, Sr., of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen for Lt. and Mrs. Robert L. 18, at the Elks Lodge 2030N. \"rxvoF1"o if.\ '_,.'_.'_t.'.' t ..:" \ ''II. \.. .. :.". \0...... .
Peniacola and Mr. and Mrs. Cooper: of Auburn, Ala. ihirty- Ave. In Starke. '
Temple .
Allen Arbuthnot of Winter Haven Sr.. of Chasteen Keystone and Heights Miss,Patty andJ. nine guests enjoyed! the affair. Charley E. Johns Past Exal- \ 'at1ml I fiieCI.a1..1; '\ \ -- ::! '"' L P :

were last week visitors of Roy of Gainesville were Those from out-of-town were: ted Ruler and charter memberof '\- l l -.-;.' ';-- \... r
Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Wells. Mahassey Mr. and Mrs. Alex Perryman, Jim lQI" "
visitors of Mr.and Mrs. the lodge will Introduce SAq .4: -" ,
Sunday Chasteen. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stewart Temple of Brooker who will I'" : ; ; ::7"' .
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Caldwell Jimmy Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stewart, be the principal speaker. ") {, mt .. ""'1. :.t't' :; \ .:-: ', (;;: ,
returned Tuesday from ten days of Mrs. John Smith and Otto This service will be open to I .
vacation In whittler, N.C. They Mrs. Frank Casselberry several days Hicks of Gainesville! Mrs. Dewey the public, and Ezalted Ruler ... ". l ((1J,1J :-; ,
also visited their soninlawand Auburndale spen% Cas ebel'.y, Ocala. and L.M. Gaines extends a cordial, Queen Size ifl > ; ..
daughter Mr. and Mrs. last week with the Lawson bro Mr. and Mrs. Morley Grids Invitation to the public to at I .1 "Yl"/iJC j I II
'J.N Belche and family In Norfolk thers and families. of Raiford and their children. tend. Reg. 249.95! 1 I
I (
Va. J l" ) At''' ,t
'' *. Mrs. M. L. Lawson entered ._-, "w.% .% WMr. ,SALE199.95 set.. 'S t I
(pMise'. Nancy DowHng under-k St. Vincent's: Hospital Thur 4 y and MrsJ.H.Dennis; J li "undDistributed i; V "V.; 'L "
\ observatlolIUnd tre t sdtaRev. ?- / \ \: 1 .. *
went oral surgery In Jackson- for and--datwhtar. Mrs: 1I1n- evs, .. 'ell\
''vllle Wednesday of last week. t U Jy ./wx" son,' and sonvisited Mr. and King Size, r :1\; J yr 1 v
She Is staying with her sister and Mrs. D.TTFarabee Mrs James Martin In Tallahassee 1 : Reg. 359.95 f' "' :r '* 1
Mrs. Margie Andreu in and family leave today (Thursday Monday and Tuesday. ,
) for their new pastorate Three local Junior colleges --r=\
Jacksonville while undergoing SALE 289.95 set t ,- \ 1/1 Each piece
treatments. at North United Metholdst Among those graduating from received money distributed by -... -... .
Church In Sarasota. Rev. and FSU Saturday night were: Gary the Minimum Foundation Program .... Twin or full size
Adrienne Kazarian of Orlando Mrs. George 'Lt( Harper and Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Har- and matching retire- ,;:: ....... .. ..dI .M :;- Mattress or box springINNERSPRING
Is visiting her grandparents.Sen. family of Mount Dora are old Bowen (former Patsy Hitch- ment funds this month, Comptroller I .
and Mrs. Charley Johns, moving Into the Methodist cock), Mr. and Mrs. James Fred Dickinson Jr. an. ... :I .. :. -. 'i I
this week. parsonage on Raiford Road today Shaw (former Beverly McRae), About _' :

when Rev. Harper assume Paul McLeod and Robert Martin distributed 10 over million 27 dollars'are community d.. "......... ..... ... l.. a ..a ,._. .......... :
the here. "
Mrs. P.E. Stone, Miss Ma- pastorate Gary Hamilton graduatedwith '." .'1.
mie Anderson and Mrs. J.P. honors from the School colleges by the Minimum Foundation O't'l: latit t t l fsroCIS 0 _... _\. ....... i iI
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Ramsey of Archer were weekend Mrs. T.T. Long spent the of Business Accounting and giving.$9 million and the al..y \F ...I..J' .., I .
guests of Mrs. E:: M. weekend with Mr. and. Mrs. has accepted a position with retirement matching fund\ which : : ,

Davis. They visited Claude Anderson David Long and daughter in Or- Accounting Peat, Marwlch firm and In Michael Atlanta collected school$530,770: sales tax.from the county \.X"I'f' ltJIiQS t : .t..I. ..., ., \, L.1" I II II

In Donovan's NursingHome ,
lando. '' \ ... A
and Mr. and Mrs. J.L. starting July 10. Paul McLeod The total allocation for I \:: '\\I ItYta re I
Anderson in Jacksonville Sunday Miss Martha'Dennis entered will enter Medical School at June of this year Is almost .&1. .J.A.1 l
the University of Alabama on 50 percent greater than the' .... .' -.1 I'U :)j j
her Junior at FSU Mon .or '
year same period last Dickinson Queen Size j.
July I. year "' .. \? r. 4)

- day. ,I substantial said. "Increase Representing In Flor/ a I Reg. $300SALE I] \, 1 t\ -. .... ._(';-......-: ./1 l i.... II'IJ. .ff, I
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- .. I ida's commitment to higher. t
education." 239.95 set ) 'fir f
St. Johns River Jr. CollegeIn S "9
Give Your WifeMAGIC Y 95
Putnam received {
county $89- King Size '" .
282 In this June up from $48- (
I 974 last year. Lake City Community -' I Reg. $400SALE I II
A College and Forest Ranger I Each
I I : piece I
school In Columbia County 329.95 set'. '.
received $177.270 up from I I I rolr '.v Twin or full size I
r uNd
ri'Z t wm.r. .w $147,056. Santa Fe Junior Col- :!' Mattress or box spring
-' CHEF lege, Alachua County got$406- I I
025 up from $274,289.Boys "
1 I ,, 1
ti '
'Foam rubber sold In. gets :
,.: 4 I.
Two CoachsTrack I "I I .
Forafter Coach George Loper ;. Extra Firm to support back :1 1I
urr-u alrovt and Junior Varsity Footballland I your
+aLa vet. '"
CMMi Itw MmMr-kurnw.,.. assistant Track Coach Ro- ,I J ,
i D Mlnoul oftilructlonMIMOVAM. land Henderson received I L; You will recognize this famous national brand that has been adver- J ,
Plaques at an house party
H ay at the Leper's open home Saturday I tised in LIFE and other leading magazines. This is a once-ln-a-life- t I II

which was for track and cross I time sale of current 1972 bedding that will never be repeated. It is : .

country members. on sale in Florida only. i
Other guests, besides track I "'k I II
L :: h ] I members, were Mr. and Mrs. i'
'I Ti Jimmy Ricks, Mr. and Mrs I Time Only Quantities limited : I
Bob Patterson, Mr. and Mrs 1 I'.,rti'a>fhip
.* OVIN DOOM. Hodge and Rev. and Mrs. Levy 1 ,
.. )
L.' you "lM..a-In. I
....... Lennon. Forty people at ,


., ;? I tended.jtdL .
=a .

'I J / Regular 6ge95-0n Sale 49.95. ,, i

I ....
BM --MHO 0" *fir
I ..."..Iet m.N t"pr.o.rtlwitwo .Ml 219.95 ,
II I ri .W IIw.. .-"..."."? (T i I King Set Queen Size 159.95 Set I

I '"
': 1' :
I I "If ab.enre make the 1 wrI I
i-' liearl' grow fonder many I 1 1DutfR
:. I : .00. people love their church. M gte

I ""r, W.T. Denmark Furniture Co., Of Stare : i'

+ w. w J Robert Friar of Live Oak
was the weekend guest of I

!, '- .4;;;: -.Stale. 'Gas' And Appliances ren Tommy Mr*have. F.L.Blackahear returned Starling and to child-their r .I IINS .

home in Arlington. Texas after t tI
two weeks visit with her

I 332 W. Madison St. "1I{ Phone 964-7701- parents thomas. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. I 'J34 W. CALL ST. PHONE 964-5827 STARKE, FLORIDA :

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'I From Car Struck Behind 'IPl'+ w y I IY, May Land Sales Total $838,393'

Let The
Chinch Bugs -

Destroy Your Lawn Use Grady lamar Williamson,41. May land transaction Sampson Lake Shores. $14,000 from Slade Home Service Mr. and Mrs. Herman Junior $4.500 from Mr.toand Mrs.
of Starto was taken to the reached a long-tint high of $3,000 from Eollne Smith to to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klsh Lee of Starke for about five William G. Lovell. and
emergency room at Bradford $838,393 but that total include. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Atkinson of Starke for a parcel of land acres in sec. 35622. Mrs. Billy C. Griffis of Starke
miio CIUNCH County Hosttptal and released for a parcel of land In Sec.
a 460 acre tract In and around Jr. for lot on Sib.400. $2,000 fromMr. and Mrs.
a in
after treatment Friday in a two the old Starke Airport which Lake Shores. Sampson $2,000 from Mary ,Brown to Arthur Brook to Mr. and Mrs. 29-1I-22.
BUG SPRAY ear accident on SR-100 South old three times In as landowners W.T. Jackson of Starke fora $2.000 from Mr. and Mrs.
of.Starke." Wiilam J. Epperson to Mr.
finagled. parcel of land in sec. 29-
As A Preventive: Or Cure \ Hie tract off US-301 south 60-22. and Mrs. Richard Jockel of
: Claire Swt.... 29. Keyston o\ was first sold for $150,000 by Coordinated set $6,400 from Mr. and Mrs. Starke for a parcel of land at
Height was turning her 1964 RAFGO Corp. a dissolved Florida Robert Beam to Irving Thomas Green Acres.
Ford Sedan onto SR-s-100 one corporation; Jack H. Leh- of Starke for a parcel of $21.000 from Annie Mae Ben
DflTHOta mil South of Stark and Williamson man, S. Sidney Buffet and Herbert land on the Old Ralford Road. nett to Mr. and Mrs. Randolph'
failed to atop", and hit H. Robinson as directors $5,000: from Mr. and Mrs. H.I Bores of Jacksonville fora
Chfacb lit the Card In the rear. Williamson and trustees of RAFGO Corp. 'rdttlt'! Harold Johnson to Mr.and Mrs. parcel of land on SR-48.
'PI was driving his 1970 Jack H. Lahman and Lillian v Bernard Rulenitch of Starke $9.500: from Mr. and Mrs.
Datson sedan which was estimated Lehman his wife; S. Sidney for a lot in Pine Acres Park. James E. Newman Jr. to Mr.
at damans.Suti Buffet and Adelaide R. RafftlMs 'rt $10,000 f.uin Douglas P.Hardy and Mrs. Jerry R. Sutherland
.k was travding North on wife; Herbert H. Robins and r 1I4t to Edmund Shafer for two of Jacksonville for a lot In
IIIoIIMtI awe sae lilt base Ms r SR-100 and bad slowed downto Dorothy Robinson"' his wife and lots in Plnehurst Development. Cypress Beach.
n to ..... r
Mft MM lPPMsa. $25,000: from Mr. and Mrs.
IM; I make a right turn onto SR- Julius M. ;Gerzof and Sylvia t $16,000 from Mr. and Mrs.
t t"T. ffT....(r t h..pMa INSc........... I 100-S Williamson was approaching Gerzof his' wife, to Berry Ann ; Hames L. Andrews to Mr. and E. W. Hayes to Mr. and Mrs.
.ntlstnie.Save. J F.W. Strickland of KIngsley
Edwards of Stark. ,
from the rear at about Mrs. Ralph Bryan of Starke fora
Lake for
a parcel of land In
35 mph and the cars hit. according The second transactions saw lot at Indian Beach Subdivision. .
Temple Mills Subdivision.
Now to Trooper S.P. Bur- the lame parcels of land sold .
$7,400 from Marguerite Bar-
nett. by Ann dwards to Ray $10,000 from Effle Aldermanto
Beth/ ker to Mr. and Mrs. James Edward -
Gal. Rep, 9.98 'Johnson' and Amos ..e Mr. and Mrs.Jeff Baker fora Griffls for a parcel of
Elima Svttek was an occupant -', f F. Almand, J*.. both of Orange parcel of land containing about land in sec. 17-6-22. s
Now 7.9S. >in the car with Clair Park, for 184400. five acres In sec 20722. $4.500 from Mr. and Mrs.
\ Svltek.Crady. The third and rial time the $13,400 from Mr. and Mrs. James E. Griffls to Mr. and
1/2 Gal. Red .. same parcels were sold In May r Lawrence C. Carroll to
5.49 f Mr. Mrs. M.A. Payne of Starke fora
Williamson was charged the 460 acres: were sold by and Mrs. William L.
4.98 \ with careless driving and Johnson and Almand' and their for a parcel of land on SR- $2,700 lot In City from; Park Mr.Subdivision and : Mrs.
Clair Svitek was arrested for wives, to Frederick G. Mueller 100.
Seeber W. Moody to Mr. and
not having a driver's Usance. Orange! Park.Lfor 167500.: Mrs. Moody of Lake Butler

5% SEtfiN The Highway Patrol J rlces\of\ {transactions are CLydeOCone to AS.Greenrot for a parcel of land in Sec.
was not- A new world of comfort is In figured from documentary tax Brooker for a parcel of land 1620.
Iliad of the, accident at about tore for the guy wearing the stamps affixed deeds filled in sec. 4720. $4,000 from Mr. and Mrs.
Excellent,.; Vegetable 4:19: pun.'and arrived. at the ,Action Knit Jump Suit. It's In the'county; Uerk's! offlco. \ R'R'L $50 000 from Mr. and Mrs. Vernon C. Starling to Joseph
:scene about 10
Dust Or Flea ControlOn minutes later. a comfort miracle: because of These records are open to the Jeff baker to Mr. and Mrs. Starling of Lawtey for three
100 percent double knit poly. public. Those transactions totaling Norman Waters and Mr. and lots in the plat of woodlawn.
Animals Beef ester combined with masterful over $1,000 are listed Mrs. Manuel F. Keith of Miami $3.300 from Sophie Wolf to
Salad tailoring.This Jump Suit Ltd. below: L Fla. for'a parcel of landon
VERY: SAFE: of Delhi, Texas Action Knit $18,000 from Mr. and Mrs. SR18. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Tison
Thinly diced cold cooked feature, a high roll collar with J.D. Erwin and Mr. and Mrs. '' $7,000 from Mr. and Mrs. of Jacksonville for two lots at
beef fixed Mr. and Mrs. Nelson F.' Crosby to Mr. and Santa Fe Shores.
Is wrinkle free and R.C. Polhamus to
4 Ib.- B.33 Thinly sliced! Florida I I. ruggedly handsome. Robert F. Edwards of Starke This Fullier' Day, coordinate a pair of shirt, and stuck. for Mrs. Ben C. Spears of Starke $3,300 from Sophie L.; Wolfto
dad Km Fashion
tomatoes for a lot In Parkwood. nuy OKrcfe. Director of the MrnV Fashion for 10.09 acres on SR-S-229- J.M. Tlson for two lots at
AuMX-lulion. Here' I..ndoome brown check shirt
a unit while
Sliced Santa Fe Shores.
onion $21,160 from Mr. and Mrs. that features button nap rlirot .kel.... It'. with tan cotton .
pot worn $3.000 from Sophie Wolf to
Sliced cooked Florida Jump J.D. Erwin and Mr. and Mrs. $6,000 from Eoline Smithto
10% : potatoes R.C. Polhamus to Mr. and chino nlui k* and a brown wool sweater. loused over the Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Koerner Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Mururaof
shoulder Shirt and duck bv Brutrni Sweulrr by Pendleton. In
Jacksonville for two lots
Pitted ripe olives Mrs.Jesse D.Branson of Starke of Jacksonville for two lots in
CULORDANEDust ; Italian Dressing add flareto for a lot In parkwood. Santa Fe Shores. Santa Fe Shore

Hard cooked eggs, quartered $8,000 from Walden B.Wads- .
For Ants And Chopped parsley businessCompanies worth to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Bruno of Hampton for a parcelof
Many More Insects Arrange first 4 ingredients spend lots of land on Pine Street In Hamp

In alternating layers In a salad ton. .
II Ib.On1tl.63';, j bowl. Garnish with olives and image money from In upgrading the beautifully their Herbert$6,500: Thomas from Mr and and Mr.and Mrs.

pour dressing over top. Add designed corporate logo to
Mrs. George H. Pierce to Albert TERWI11EGAR MOTORS
quartered eggs/ and sprinklewith the stylish and handsome J. Newman Jr., Sidney
NURSERYiSPECIAL parsley. corporate offices. Newman andR.Ej' Newman Sr.
Now the trend for the
modern business is to pro- of Starke for a" parcel of land
west of US-301.
ject a fashionable coordi-
nated Image and Jump $3.9(10( from Mr. and Mrs.
Suits Ltd. of Dallas, Texasis Jasper L. Davidson to Mr. and
-- Mrs. William N. Raby of Rock-
the Innovators in
Z .. FLORIDA one for about I 1/2
the burgeoning field of career "' ledge, Fla.,
,. apparel. acres of land In Sec. 2621. 14TH
$3,000 from Eollne Smith to
From airline stewardessesto
.. Mr. and Mrs. Billy F. Peacockof
auto from
:, THEATRE Jacksonville for a lot In
1 restaurant hostesses to
truck drivers, the trend is
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 toward functional yet attractive 23 Earn

Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 and comfortable r
.....busiflosj attire,... ref. UF Degrees '
r re ."Companies want*to upIltd9dg6hdir.lnidk t l + i''
z; 1 N94 w IU
< ?,'"saYI H. '''.1 A rM ldjnw 1eTn +ts'Kpy. i y PP
"Red" ,Lefkowltz, presidentof Twenty-three; local students* hrs. r'ti? s qpe '
Suits, Ltd. "We attending the University of1
design career apparel from .Florida are candidates to receive -
our current line to tit the degrees during three'
needs of a particular com separate spring quarter convocations -
: this month.
I pany. Nina of thn students are Our' Sincere Thanks For 14 Good Years In Bradford County And Area.

YOUR CHOICE from gory Allen Starke Alvarez., they are Leon: Gre-Bla- We Thank You For The Confidence You Have Placed In Us We' Will

OF OVER 4.000 key Cheek, m, -with a Juris' Try Even Harder In The Future To Warrant And Keep Your Confidence!
PI ANTS & TREES aoctorate degree James Moore
301DRIVEIN Dowling, and John Delmas Warren -
both bachelors of scelnce
Now In business administration;
Rodney Douglas Inman, bachelors SAVE DURING OUR YEAR-ENDP--
of art In education;; William -
10% OFF Michael Meng bachelor;
of science In civil: engineering
Robert Redford, Show Begins At Sundown and Donald Carl Richie, masters --v

RELAX George Segal Co. communications.Four degree In Journalism. and
FRI., SAT., JUNK 16.17IIJl 44
Mow Your Grass blitz the museum, students from Lawteyare TiII4't PRICESIN

I blow the jail graduating: Sharon Tatum ,
Anderson with a bachelor of
The Easy Way : blast the police station, science; Donald Allen Denton;

: break the bank bachelor of arts In education;
Betty Jo Sapp and Cynthia Lu- GZ/A3M/ JUNE
and heistTlieHotRock venla Sherman master of edu-

,;.m,' cation.Seven Keystone Heights stu- : .

.......,?.......almost 6a' nold dents are Clefford Chappell Ar- '
of science: Floren The Savings Are Great
-- F. Fisher and Ryland Ter-
COLOR' .MOY'"LA'. e ry Rigsby, bachelor of scienceIn

.r I (GP, caL AMERICAN...!..MIM".s.INTERNATIONALR..M.. ,...,..,-..........,.... .. Leslie business Ann Beam administration Patricia bachelor of; The Selection Still, At Its Peak

arts education; Maye
PLUS Cuendet bachelor of science Inbusiness

:I L' PLUS Joseph administration.John Farkas will. receive On New 1972 Ford Cars And Trucks.

a bachelor of science In

T1If st iiNY r; f: ; IfS student electrical from engineering Hampton.One the only student -, '" TO CHOOSE

DA.1'R the from Brooker Is Donald
UssiCRE'' Angelo Franzese with a bach-
that elor of science In business Look A The Selection FROM
$ -i.i.:1: : 1Ir Nature administration. t -

tmWaca James B. Galloway will receive -
strikes a master of arts and

21". 179.95 CUTReg. s back! both Bobby lor of students Lex science Klrby's are In from education a bache-Lake! 3 Galaxies 4 Mustangs 6 Pintos

Now 162.95 I Butler.
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday James Roy Chasteen m RaI-

June 18, 19, 20 degree ford, will In the receive science a bachelor of business 10 Mavricks 2 Thunderbirds

FLY'IAIT SUGAR Fly girls who < administration. 6 Country Squire Wagons

know what -.a-....-H'II'fIOGS'UY.!--.'..NIa"wlicw_-_..
My neighbor! 15 LTD Tudors And Four-doors
., to doojor : MIUAND. [tm4D
I lib 1.37 SAM won_Sr-,3SS. S lOW
[ COtai. .__to..._.,,_, .Mm., '
*IMMM.n-Ion I ,nlul.W' .-.--,. -
Reg. 1.59 to a man. l7Sunday.Y-.awlr.r NYrN M 12 Trucks Including 2 Ranchers

Monday Tuesday .

',r June 18, 19, 20 r 6 Country Sedan Wagons

j 5 lb. -' 4.47 "Dreams OfCassanova"

Reg. 4.85., .N 12 Torinos And Grand Torino Sports


'OIIDA COLOR "Kiss Me Quick" rrf Check With Clyde Or Ermie, Today For The

. .CMMUCMC*. ..pone NArn / Rated X 18yrs. UP ..*.*Y._.'....I.eky-yore. IM Biota...1- Best Deal You'll Get On
, r- oaTf.ats ''t I.D.'s Required Adm. 1.25 ,- ) y u to pr Any 1972 New CrDON
/ ........... Ex_ ap. ..
'.."Open -All D.y.W.4ne.4>r 110MCOMNNAdNMr NO BABIES .. a. 'A' .. N....."

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4Yr f:' ... 7kr; "" ,, r, Dad's clay come eaiJier;

rs a t'rar
t ., .
S., A quirk in the calendarcuts This year Father's Day'faUs era, is to "get" on the ball proclamation resolution in, response of Con-to
s4 t two days from the time on June 18th becausethe now" with plans to honor a Joint
w i left between now and Fath third Sunday of the your favorite.. Dad. gress to, calling observe upon the occasion the nation -
% .. er's Day this year, to com- month arrives two days ear There arc two specially with fitting individual and
: '-' plete plans for honoring Dad lier than last year. interesting aspects of the community ceremonies.
: on his special day, the third Advice to all mothers and National Father's Day observance '
; Sunday in June. sons and daughters and alsoto jfhis year. "At w* undtntand it, the

'J ) Last year Father's Day all loving, sisters, aunts, Last year the President of been arm. called race with off/ and Russia we hat inttnd -
fell on Sunday June 20th. uncles, cousins and broth- the United States issued a to ifirtf it.

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.., .",,,' }. ..'. __"' _.._..... EVERY HOME ,SHOULD HAVE

StudeiuA earning : A's all year);
I of school at BMS are: Briar Patray.

'George.-..r.,First, fanny row ft-r): : ( ) Davis,,Jay Jennifer God- ONE. OR THE: OTHER.

i ,

Earn *

.;101' .

Joyce Farabee md :vll, David Godsey Lu-
Rodlgue! ,head. tr* honor Clara Johnson o
dent list at the.Bedford Johnson. Joanna' Knep-
dle School by making Lavender Donna
A's all year long. Liz Scott,
Cathy Sapp 'a<< ,
Joyce Is the daughter of Re Scott, Jackie -
and Mrs. DeWitt Farabce Strriick-
Starke. r, Gloria Model 38GS 38.000 Btu't Model 38GR 36.0OO Btu't
Danette Is the daughter Larry White.

Mr. and Mrs. Alice :;: ; : : :: ::; :: Y*:x'y.7:w !d 4.1 Y+1 '

an Fifteen A average other for kftdents the CENTRAL AIR ,CONDITIONING
year. The student are Elisabeth Terry ,
Davis Ellen George Jay \ I
win, Janet Bovce. Charles: Register : -
Kenny Rodlgue, Mrs. Charles DInkIns, Two Great Outdoor Units for Quiet
Taylor, Briar PatfUy, ,
Pierce, Julie GrifOs, Jennifer Hardee and Mrs. '
Jockel, Laura Tfomas, Starling attended E.A. Dependable ,Cooling !, Choose NOW ,for
da Williams, Cindy Canova,
funeral Friday at Pen-
Students DeVore.making straight 'A' : Mr. Stevens Is Cecil IMMEDIATE Installation at Special
step-fater.. ,
during the
fourth /nine
were Bruce THmm, Ola Starling, Mrs.
Green Martha Johns, Mrs Koch Mitchell, PRESEASON''Prices ,t,
Daisy Miss
Green Cindy Bryan ,
Blanchard, Rev.Don
Miss Enza Blanchard > '
My Neighbors"Aren't Hospital- dur- New Computer Designed Fan Assembly Money-Saving 2-Speed Motor..CruisesAssures

I Naomi Starling, of Top Performance! ,Most Days..Speeds'Up For Scorchers!
: Lake visited her
., ; and sister-in-law Mr. Special Overload Devices Safeguard InProtective Solid State Controls Monitor
ar, : Vernon Starling, on ternal '
Components Critical Operating Circuits!
The Don Dentons were
i. at Lakeland, Attractive Compact Design Compliments: Neighbor-Pleasing Upflow'Design Tosses
'"10 Mr. and Mrs. Your Home's Landscaping! Heat and Sound Skyward! .. '
and the' Denton
; camped at Zephyr- y$495 onl695*
[ : H.C. Walnwrlght' visi Priced From Priced From

.,...,t. L5 ,- !! : son and daughter-in-' ..1. "" 'Io1 bffsUal I..
't: ;Plus Insta'ilatip" eAWgNA0eoPIuJnStallatign
:' t : and Mrs.-C.lyde; Waln- ,1 .... # :" "'":J ,( ') ..t'rad' :
'>> and.son-Jh Lakeland '!!' ?'1 1 Vw7I.. ( :, to. r 9 M ;0.I Q.AI... ., bnslo"' [Once tebshz, / ,
"Aren't you proud at : ,,,
lyftrtl 1 three l 1t41"v' : :. : More people put ,their confidence in Car" ;!'? 'tharf'frTbny other matte")
." Mrs. Chuck Moore
Ihii "
an error weC!
City spent the week
; their parents, Mr.
M' ; Fred Moore."
: Futch of Brusn-
: ., and Miss Elizabeth
i Starke ChrY : on Mr. and Mrs ATT.E.NYIONM'OB.ILE
and their grandchild ( .
'v.s. 301 Bennett Is spend '
with her son-in-
daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
t fJl fL:j"T: ) In Mac- .

\ R.C. Crews and Mrs. :. Mob.) HOHM Central -
tj H spent Thurs AH Conditioning Unit
with ,Mr. and '

t t Truman Clayton. Norman and, and.,iSon, HOME, ''OWN"ERS' 1

Ricky Norman. ,
.. overnight
Mr. and Mrs. Reggie 3 Ton ) BTU's INSTALLED
/ in Chiefland. : $ ((36,000( )
Mrs. Raymond Dur
: son, Chris, of Mac- Of Central $
FURY L 111 were guests of their Cooling To, Your 9
LOAD Mr. and Mrs. Marvin 6 5
t Present For .
( and.on and Sunday.Mrs.Mrs. J.C.Bob'Thorn-' Botch< System. As Little As "...

1966 DOSSE of Jacksonville,.spent Plus
afternoon with Mr. and Necessary ,Electrical WorkROOM
Auto., Power 5teerin
I Heater t and Thornton.'Adam North, of CAlL US TODAY 964-7701
are spending a --- ------- ----"---------------- --
with their uncle and
1966 COMETSHARP ; and Mrs. S. L.
Bryant Reddish spent VE3 #
) to Sunday with her-
1966 ONE Mr and Mrs. Jack
famll y at Alligator
4-Door, Automatic' guests were their
t (Hard Top' t Mra.moving Jackie to her Stephen-new

Indianapolis, Ind., and '
Reddish who was a
1964 Falcen overnight guest. Mri. UNIT I
l returned home with him
Mary Ragan and Mrs.
Rents of Arlington and

1966 Des f, on Saturday visited and the pur Ro 19,000 btu's
t 4-Door Sedan t vegetables while here. *: I
Mrs. R E. Lee were ,
dinner' guests of Mr. yl< I
L. E. Adams in Jack-

o5 \ Cowen spent Mon only

her F. Robertson.parents Parrlih., of Mr Max-and $269: I

the weekend with
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and sister

Mrs. O.V Arden Air Conditioning Problems? j

We Have :Personnel 'To.Service '
Qualified .

t ON See .HEW Tom t : : t tt Home! Any And'All Makes 6l Air:":Conditioners.. Call 964-7701



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.4 SA V E ,,'}'7 Saltines, I . 0 5 .PKGS.I.LI. $100] Astor Oil e 0 0 0 BOTTLI....D.. 78C Liquid Joy 0 0 0 0 0 22.om... 45e
Area 'News'B7

Evelyls' v. Poweu 'SugarDELICIOUS 0 0 0 0 5 '::0 48c Pampers. .5. PlCO. 79C Corn Flakes 'As-:; 36C


: LeSueur Peas "A". 19c Milk '"-D 14C Armour Treet 2 "CANS $1 1

.;j L Tuna Fish . /CANCAN. 31 C Milk "CAN"' 12C Family Bread oz;. 22C


,' 'i'\ Fish 0 0 61 '.. 27c Lipton Tea 0 0 0 :fcs:: 88C Buns 2 :AS; : 49C

1': .. .' Giant Tide 00. PKa. 73c Bar-B-Que Sauce I Ts:. 35C Hot Dog Buns 2 -: 49C


The Girl Ugliest Man and Prettiest ry Wesson Oil, :&"'! 96c Four 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 -a 59c Honey Buns 2 !=&;;;: 88C
are pictured at the
Box Supper given by the Hampton Er
Senior Citizens at the BEEF PEOQ
city hall last Friday night.
Winners of the title were t
(fro m left): Mayor Arthur t
Bruno, Nannie Watterson, and
Rev. James Shaw pastor of
the Hampton Christian Church.
The two men tied for honorsas
'Il llest." and were awarded -
a decorated cake with a
rocking chair on top and a
Bradford County Telegraph.An .
( ugly man needs only a
rocking chair and a newspaPer -
to read).
The "prettiest girl" winner
received a decorated cake with
a fashion model on top. '
Everyone enjoyed the bid
ding for box lunches and the .."'" ,
supper hour that followed. 60 ,, .."'!':-+'
The Senior Citizens ex- :r. :!" ",r:". ," ,
presses appreciation to Billy !Ii ':....01;'. ..-r,"
and the Country Hillbillies: for ;' :.-"
their delightful music provided PRICES GOOD THURS., JUNE 15 THRU WED., JUNE 21
during the evening and to
Bill Waggoner for serving as SUPERBRAND GR. 'A FRESH FLA. ALL WHIIEDO
Master of Ceremonies and auctioning ,' ,#. Quantity Rights
off the box lunches. ,,.." 'I.5 ., ,\....'h C
The next regular meeting wi 11 1. >t 1'; : .", w '/0",,$ EC' '..; L gee E ggs 2 N O jf Reserved
be held Friday night. June 16. .'t,,; ,.. k.f'; WINNOIJIlISTORU.INC./
at 7:30: In the City Hall. Come yya,1 i COPYRIGHT I 1972

SCHOOL NEWSCongratulations Chuck Roast. : LB' 98C Sausage. . LS. 79cSAVE

Sharon Trlsler Eiland Harley Arbutus McCulIough Pear-. Chuck Steak 88C Cure 81 Hams LB. $149 1 I 1 i 1 Jf
sail. Seville Thomas Outlaw.

Steven, Hampton Contois graduates and Mike- from Alglere Beef Briskets 99c Fish Sticks 2 PKa, 99C '

BUS.Due to an oversight at Hampton SAVE 80c .W.D BRAND((20 4 01. Pallioi) SAVE lOc.PALMETTO FARMSPimento

unable Elementary to get the School Honor, I Rolland was Beef Patties 5 .Sx.: $299 Cheese LB. 69C. l

perfect attendance list for SAVE lOc Lb. :USDA GRADE".."FRESH FANCY ROASTING((3 .4 Lb.Avg ) SAVE lOe-CRACKIN-GOOD

publication. Chickens . ls 39c"Biscuits. . ., 6 ,C OATS 49C
Get well wishes to Karl Hoist t tOCT.
who underwent surgery in Ala- Sliced Bacon . ; 68C Biscuits .. . o. CANI 23C e
chua General Hospital last Fri I '

day organizing morning.the Hampton Karl helped Senior In Pork Chops . 78C., of Strip Steaks 5 "G : $998 ; 1 '
Citizens Club and Is the fatherof
Phillips Hamp

ton.Robert I Cutchins who has Picnics '. . . LB. 48C Delmonicos I 10 ,AVO.'!$1098 '

been hospitalized for several SAv'30'I!lVO BRAND PURE r: 5iS..11-*.,_I ,IW.D BRAND '* ..., .....-- -"' ; I' CHOICE

I terson weeks visited last Sunday Mrs. Mary and Wat-returned -: Ground Beef .5 ':J. "2" Rib Steaks, t tW j1"J: 5eIL: : :$.r 1" L I r' 1 U.

Mrs. Tlorrie Bell Brown n underwent $ IBS.OR
surgery on June 6. She Steakettes . 2 P a. 1"SUPERBRAND Cube Steaks 5 OVER $798
Is In the Bradford County Hospital. 1
Zena Beth Young will enter
1 the Gainesville Medical Centeron W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE DELICIOUS
June 15 for surgery.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pierce
of Centralla, III. visited with
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vaughanlast 1 Ie
Thursday morning. The Twin Sirloin Steak
Pierces have made a yearly
visit to Florida for the past
17 years. Perhaps someday
they'll get enough sand In
their shoes to become. resi 1 / 18

dents.Mr. and. Mrs. Calvin* Richardand
daughter of Ocala spent Pops
Sunday with Mrs. Richard's $1
I parents Adkins. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. rA u.

Mr. and Mrs. Don Bush had / U. S. CHOICE
Sunday dinner with Mr. and e LB
Mrs. J. G. Adklns.
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Bonn -
son and Peck had Sunday dinner -
at the home of Mr. and \l $
Mrs. M. J. Norman.,
to the ,
Sincere sympathy
Paul Babyar family In the t l 1 I / I
raising of Mrs. Babyar's mo
ther. 12-PK.
Attention, members of the
Hampton Christian Church. PKGS.
Bring a basket dinner Sunday
June 18, and Join your friend 1 1
,and church neighbors grounds In Immediately dinner on after the- Peaches . 4 201 CANS $100| ,Seafood Platter 2 FOil $1 00
the morning worship ser
vices In' case of rain It will SAVE 40c .DEL MONTE nUIf" SAVE 4c MORTON 10'01. DONUTS OR 9 at HONEY BUNS OR BLUEBERRYCocktail e
be held atthe, Hampton City; 17 at. .$ 00 Muffins
.4 ] 3 $1
Hall. . CANS''' . PKGS 1

Fry, Juice 4 CANS $100 Topping :r.E30.3.: QTS. $100 t


Apple Juice. 4 CANS.;: $ 300 Watermelons .. EACH 89c


Corn . . 6 CANS 17 01. $100 Cantaloupes. 3 FOR $100 I $100


AikCl1.rh. t-... ,. ot Green Beans '. 6,16 CANS 01 $100 Lemons . 12 FOR 49C


Catsup . 51T16.. $100 Cabbage . .2 HEADS 39C >


JoIma tniIiEXTRA I I d" ,..GREEN.STAMPS. t I I IEXTR7t dW GREEN STAMPS ItrrTw.I I EXTRJ About T7d.14htwUsa '< <*ltia c o iac *** OtWt.t aMpM1 W.t I* M 3l** BCWtl M r f <**< rqo *
"Building/ cost..roM 13%during CASTLESERRVHot y THRIFTY MAID ARROW JUMBOKleen GRADE 'A'
the last three years, and 4ii Dog Chili Jt Fruit Drinks 4'i( Trash Can Liners dye x Towels W Cornish Game Hens ',
.r* expected to. go up a full 1 '+L't'" GOOD THRU JUNE 21' / t" GOOD THRU JUNE 21 / L2 GOOD THRU JUNE 21 GOOD THRU JUNE 21 GOOD THRU JUNE 21 1No.
I 10% during 1970 alone.' Can die _.**..?*y*iac i *" t No. j .r...., ., .w.., i No. [ No. 4 .... .. No S .> .a UK** .
Charley E. Johns) Agency suggest --------- --.. 5..e .....a.'i.. ........ ..rte-- .,
that --
some my my pro-
pare Insurance can be periodically E TR E TR E TR E TR TR
Increased: 'jo that I can Ti7
be Insured to full replacement: ': l l JfH ..GREEN. STAMPS l l J.L GREEN STAMPS I dot GREEN. STAMPS l l .4"Jt. GREEN...... STAMPS... t J"J. ( GREEN.. STAMPS. ... 1
-... ..... <_ -_....Of .... Mwt..*l. cobfW* ...*b...... W 1 MM M-NW aW.M _.MI value? 1 1
ChrlyE. :. Canned Ham 4 W-D Brand Turkey "4 ShrimpGOOD it 4 Ice Cream ;
JOHNS AGENCY : No". 6 .. ..... ,.... .......,,'" No. 7 .T, n.?.. ,,. ,,, : 8 T HH.J tac t w il 9 i ,. oc.. ........ .
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NOTICE CALL FOR'BIDS NOTICE 1972.If you fall to do so,Judge to enable fie County Judge to FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL
Gilbert Q. has made mint by dcftuut will be taken mall one fo' each personal re. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD
Crowley Sealed bids will be received at Maltiand WhItehead has made COUNTY
Application to the Bradford Brooker the Bradford gainst ;you for tho relief demanded .
Market to
the Farmers Application DATED
In the this 15th day, of May
County; Zoning Board for re- Florida at 11:00: a.m. on County; Zoning Board for reclassification petition. CIVIL ACTIONIN
classlficatlon of the property!; the 29th day of June 1972, for of the property; Dons and Ordered at Starke. A.D,1972.
Florida this ELZIE S. SANDERS as An- REt The Marriage of EULANOTICE
described below from OR to the sale of surplus land. Parcels described below from RI-A to 22nd day, of May
1972. Administrator of the INEZ KQGOS,.wIfe.and CHRIST
IU-C. 20 (Part), and 17 (Part) ANGELO KOGOO tuaband.
GILBERT S. of Dora B. Sullivan ,
A of land containing RM.A BROWN Clerk Estate I
parcel of land containing
and 20 (Put); Section 2804- parcel Circuit. Court deceased. OF SUIT
9.12 lying partly In the th nwel ;
NWI/4 acres of SWI/4.! partly In the 201, 28220.2601 State Road County.18 2,86/4 of -:NWl/4 lying of Section the 39.. County. Florida. First publication on: May 25 TO; CHRIST ANGELO KOCOS
By Beulah M. 1972. 5/25 4t 6/15. Unknown.
NE1/4 of SWI/4, partly In the Township 6 South, Range 22:: : Moody
SEI/4 of NWl/4 and partly In No 'bid will be considered East Bradford County; :Florida Deputy; Clerk YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
the SWl/4 of NWI/4 of Section unless It Is submitted on the said parcel being more CHANDLER, O'NEAL, AVERA, Petition for DI.lOlutionOfMar-
18. Township 7 South. Range official proposal form providedby particularly described as follows CRAY LANG & STRIPLING IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF tinge has been filed againstyou
the Department of Byt Henry L, Gray Jr.
22 East. Bradford County. Florida : FLORIDA EIGHTH JUD- and you are required to
: said parcel being more portation. Such proposals forms Commence at the Southwest Attorneys for Petitioner ICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR serve a copy of your Answeror FHP Operator Cited For
particularly described as follows !- and Information regarding this corner of said NWl/4 of NW 6/14t 6/22 BRADFORD COUNTY., CIVIL Pleading to the Petition on

: Call for Bids may be obtained 1/4 and run North 89 degrees, ACTION. CASE NO. the Petitioner's attorney,
from R.H. Johnson District 32 minutes and 30 seconds East, IN RE:The Marriage of GLORIA George H. Pierce. P.O. Drawer 10 Years ServiceW
Commence at the Southwest Administrator Department of along the Southerly boundary IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S JEAN JORDAN wWand DEL- 1030. Starke. Bradford Co
comer of the EI/2 of NWIof /4 Transportation Lake city; thereof. 286.48 feet to an Iron COURT OF BRADFORDCOUNTY. BERT LEE JORDAN/Husband. unty. Florida 32091 and file P. Luke radio-teletype operator ,at the Starke high

said SWI/4 and run South Florida. stake; thence North 18 degreesand FLORIDA.' DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE the original Answer or Pleading way patrol station Is presented a certificate: for completion -
89 degrees 45 minutes and Each bid must be accompanied 46 minutes West 9.2 feet FILE NO. i i NOTICE OF SUIT : In the Office of the Clerk of 10 years of service with the patrol. by Capt. B.H.
20 seconds East, along the Sou- by a Cashier's Check or other to an Iron stake for point of IN RE ESTATE OF DORA TO: DELBERT LEE JORDAN of the Circuit Court, on or before Spears. .
therly boundary thereof a distance non-cancellable Instrument In beginning. B. SULLIVAN. DECEASED. Street Address Unknown June 26, 1972 If you fall All 10 years have been served with the Starke station
of 439 feet to point of an amount of $100 or 10 per From point of beginning thus NOTICE TO CREDITORS Clarendon. Pennsylvania to do so. Judgement by default .which serves Bradford. Baker and Union Counties.
beginning. cent of the amount bid on each described run South 89 degrees TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL will be taken against you for Luke began his duty with the Florida Highway Patrolon
proposal form whichever a- and 33 minutes East PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR the relief demanded In the July I I. 1960..
From point of beginning thus mount is greater. This deposit 416.88 feet to a concrete monument DEMANDS AGAINST' SAID ESTATE -' YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- Petition.
described continue South 89 Is a gurantee that the bidder ; thence North 7 degrees a FIED that an action for dissolution -. .This notice shall be published
degrees 43 minutes and 20 if successful\ will enter Intoa and 51 minutes West, 251.27 YOU and each of you are of marriage has been once each week for four consecutive -
seconds East, along said Sou- written contract In keeping feet to a concrete monument hereby notified and required filed against you and you are weeks In the Bradford

therly boundary a distance of with the terms of his propo- located on the Southerly boun- to file any claims and demands required to serve a copy of County Telegraph.
229 feet thence North 1 degree sal. Deposits submitted by unsuccessful dary of the right of way ofa which you or either of you your written defenses, if any. Dated! May 23, 1972

41 minutes East, a distance bidders will be returned graded county road; thence may have against ,the Estateof to It on ELZIE si: SANDERS GILBERT S. BROWN,. Clerk
of 1763.12\ feet to the Immediately following North 82 degrees 20 minutes Dora B. Sullivan deceased Attorney for Petitioner By: Beulah M. Moody

Southeasterly boundary of the determination of the successful and 30 seconds West along last late of the County of whose address 138 West Call Deputy;) Clerk
right of way of State Road 200; bidder. aforesaid Southerly boundary, Belknap. State of New Hampshire Street Starke. Florida and file 6/1 4t 6/22
thence South 50 degree 03 Iron stake /In the office of Cam ,
to the
The Department reserves the 492,65 feet an -
the original with the Clerk of Kicln JuIJllnlllu.1, Mm kids. but .
only grown lips too Si now
and 30 seconds West
right to reject any or all bids bearing North 18 degrees and ty; Judge, Bradford County; Court FICTITIOUS NAME .
Southeasterly boundary above-styled on or the homo rrimomlxlN lit I the Dole bmiimii klu-hcim luivo rum
along said 46 minutes West of point of Courthouse in Starke' Brad- NOTICE
and to waive technical errors before June 29, 1972: otherwise blued bnntmns end peanut butter In n im-nt! lusting rnmlly type
of 333.61
a distance feet as may be deemed best for the beginning; thence South 18 degrees ford County Florida within a Judgement be entered Notice is hereby given that dc-xwrt..
thence South 0 degrees.53 min Interest of the State and 48 minutes East six months from. the date of may the undersigned Paul L. Miller .
utes and 30 seconds West a Section 328,7 feet to point of beginning.A the first publication of this against in you the for Petition the relief for Dissolution demanded Intends to engage In the I'IUNI'n'II.N.: .\ CRUNCH:

distance of 1547.81 feet to pointof Property of; Way Management Division parcel of land containing notice., of Marriage. business under the fictitious ft l Ihilf. hiiniinuH.. |MTli-il slut :9 tuhlrxiMMtiiN butler orChhh' "
beginning.A Right of Trall-'IOrtation 2.14 acres lying In the NWIor /4 Each claim or demand must WITNESS hand and seal name 301 Print Shop at Route sliced '
Department my
SWl/4 of NWl/4 of Section be in writing'' and must state 2, Box 19. Starke, Fla., and :3 lulilcHpiMiiiK: li-mnn Juice HMrsnrlnri
parcel of land containing 7.98 6/15 2t 6/22 of 6f said Court on this 23 day of I timmmon '
35, Township 6 South Range the place residence and will register said name with Jj U-UKixM.il i J sup| flour
acres lying partly In the NW 1/4 22 East Bradford County Florida post-offlce address of the cla- May GIlBERT 1972. the Clerk of the Circuit Court !4 flip chunk state prunutliiitlir
of SWI/4 and partly In the SWI/4 said parcel being more imant and must be sworn to S. BROWNAS Bradford County Starke Fla., i'J cup brown sugar
of NWl/4 of Section 18, Town- IN THE COUNTY BRADFORD JUDGE'S particularly described as follows by the claimant his' agent or CI.KRK:BEULAH OP SAinrOURT MOODY) under the provisions of the Sprinkle bnnnnns with lemon juice and cinnamon. Piece in
ship 7 South Range 22 East. COURT : his attorney or It will be void : Florida Statutes. R inch square baking dish. Cut pennut butter with butter\
Bradford County. Florida said COUNTY. FLORIDA. Commence at the Northwest according to law. $ DEPUTY: CLERK Paul L. Miller /flour and brown sugar until crumbly. Spoon over banana
o parcel being more particularly INPROBATE corner of said NWI/4 of SWI/4 Each creditor' shall deliver First publication: June 1. 1972 Sole owner Bake In 400"F.(> oven for .10 minutes. Makes 5 to 6 servings..
described as follows: IN RE: Estate of MERTIE V, of NWl/4 and run North 89 sufficient copies of his claim 6/1 4t 6/22 5/25 4 t 6/15 Serve' warm with cream or vanilla ice cream.
ROSE Deceased. degrees 32 minutes and 30
Commence at the Southwest NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
seconds East along the Nor-
corner of the El/2 of NWl/4 creditors of the Estate,' therly boundary thereof 52.78
of said SWI/4 and run South,89 of MERTIEV.. ROSE ,deceased
feet to a concrete monument ,.: :,nJ
degrees 45 minutes and 20 are hereby notified and PAN
located on the Easterly boundary .11 VI.IU.ICOOKING
seconds East along the Sou- required to file any claimsor of the right of way of EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice
therly boundary thereof a dis- demands which they may State Road S-230-A for pointof ,
tance of 210 feet to point of have against said Estate In the
beginning.[ Office of the County; Judge of From point of beginning thus 4,0,' 78c FLORIDA GRADE 'A' ESI ASS'T FLAVORS
Bradford County Florida In the
described continue North 89
From point of beginning thus Court House at Star,",, Florida degrees 32 minutes and 30 FRESHFRYERS '
described continue South 89 degrees within six calendar months from seconds East along said Northerly BonuiBuy 28oz.SOFT
; 45 minutes and 20 seconds the date of the first publication boundary 596.32 feet ...u..o"..,.
East along said Southerly of this notice. Each claim. or
to an Iron stake thence South
boundary a distance of 229 demand must be In writing and 1 34 minutes and 30
feet; thence North 0 degrees must state the place of residence seconds degree East; 156.4 feet to an OIL DRINKS ,
55 minutes and 30 seconds East. and past office address iron stake thence South 89 320 S. WALNUT ST. I
a distance of 1547.81 feet to of the claimant and must be degrees, 32;minutes and 30 seconds 4,0, 9 6c ,
the Southeasterly boundary of sworn to by the claimant his iC
with said
West parallel
the right of way of State Road agent or his attorney or It will boundary 597.1 feet ':i ,wHOLE 28' NO DEPOSIT 1 rl Mr/1.,11111'. .NH 1.IN.INI. 111.14 a
rjhrbf, .., LOIWrbey 6' 1 :: .n.u :: :: :, : ...
200; thence South 50 degrees become void according law. to said Easterly boundary; CARNATION 2 PER BAG LB NO RETURNWITH! -of; -'i.\:: ; ;' '. .
03 minutes and 30 seconds S/DANIEL RESEAL-
thence North 1 degree 18 min- ,
West, along'said Southeasterly DANIEL W. LINDSEY. EXE- tYAPORATLD ABLE TOPS er.urv/"+' .olem.lrvlts.DS.I000 I /
and 30
utes seconds West a- suBfdAVI'I.
boundary a distance of 333 cutor of the Estate of MERTiE -
feet; thence South 0 degrees, V. ROSE< deceased.'SEUGENE long said Easterly boundary II II COUPONSAysw
r4I '' JS6 5 feet.to 1J01D .ofJegtnnlng. .

a 03 distance minutes and of 20 1333.04 seconds feet East to SR\'Al'fQI.Z west\ 1T 8f1AWNM: O fI$4I.tt.,' ,*ti'' Wt''11 l I n" t 'a*?'_ 1 E (e. CENTER : ", ;'i; ...SI I.CED 114J rriiiiii"IaiU.'S; NO.).F NE uuto.Y M rirlirasr,"v!

142 CeUtStreef I'
point of beginning.A \ ,1rr.) I
C' !
''" to ',be- held June -. "" .
Starke Florlba !32801! on Tuesday 1 'PORK LOIN I'.. ..YELLOW ""'t"tVAPORATID

parcel of land containing 30.- Attorneys for Executor 27th at 7:30: PM in the County MNt t/.BDT=:
of First publication: June 8, 1972 Commission at the Brad-
In the SEl/4 room
43 lying 1RAILK
Section acresL 7, Township 7 South 6/8 4t 6/29 ford County Court House at ROAST I CHOPS 1 1 ORN

Range 22 East Bradford County which time all persons Interested '
Florida and being more shall be heard for or '12 t 1 I '
described as follows against the proposal as spe- 1Iotwreuy .
particularly I
NE, cified In the Code of
t : Commence at the Zoning
SEI/4 for pointof FLORIDA. Bradford County. 68C 3 LB 69C fift I
Corner beginning of -said and run thence IN PROBATE # .' John Torode Chairman ; ti: EAR I

j zero degrees, 30 minutes East IN ROSE RE Deceased.: Estate of .MERTIE. V; Bradford County Zoning GIANT a PKGS I

along the Easterly boundary Board TIDE I
thereof a distance of 770.3 NOTICE OF PROBATETO 6/8 .2t 615NOTICE LuNar ""..'N'I
... .....
feet to a concrete monument; ALL PERSONS INTERESTED --. -73c 1
run thence South 88 degrees IN THE ESTATE OF SAID OF Sl RIFF'S SALE

43 minutes and thirty seconds DECEDENT Notice Is hereby given that I,
West and parallel to the Nor- You are hereby notified thata P.D. Reddish as Sheriff of
SEl/4 BonuiBuy
of said ,
; therly boundary
written Instrument purporting Bradford County', Florida under
of 1827 feet to a .
; a distance the Last Will of
to be and by virtue of Writ of
concrete monument on the Easterly deceased MIRACLE e
MERTIE V. ROSE Execution. to-wlt: ,
I boundary of the right- has been admitted to probateIn Execution Issued out of Small WHIP"MIIKM"'. par n.a
jf of-way of State Road 200 run this Court. You are here- Claims Courtof Bradford County '
thence North 15 degrees, fortyI ; commanded within six ,',.o..: 57 C' """"
;, Florida pursuant to a Final BLUE PLATE.1
six ((46) minutes East along KLEENEX \iSinitnBonuiBuy 100 COUNT
calendar months from the r Il "'ltl!
Southern Discount
Judgement for
I last aforesaid Easterly boundary -
I of the first publication of
date BAR B
Co. of Starke. Florida QUESAUCE
distance of 273.5 feet 1
a this notice to appear In this
-ii.}:, to a concrete monument set Court and show cause If any, and against Kling Grlffis defendant FLOCANEGRANULATED BOUTIQUE I LUZIANNE
at the beginning of a curve you can. why the action of this In the amount of$400.00 I nnrurHI I
said curve being concave to Court In admitting said Will together with costa of collec- mei!il I
the East and having a radius to probate should not stand tion.Have SUGARS NAPKINS ; TEA BAGS
t of 7099.8 feet; run thence In unrevoked. seized and have in my IS 48' REGULAR HICKORY SMOKE OR HOT 1

-a Northeasterly direction along THERON A. YAWN. possession the following described SAO
the arc of said curve and County Judge in and for personal property to- '
along last aforesaid Easterly Bradford County, FloridaBy wit: BomnBuyMHmv 18oz 29 C i (POLY) 4/1 1 79 C
boundary a chord distanceof
's/Dolore's C. Dampler 1957 Chevrolet Pick up Truck.
: 140
526.5 feet to a concrete ClerkSEugene ID IB57 AI00259 MIM JAR' CT. BOX
monument on aforesaid Nor- Title # 8576648
therly boundary said chord F. Shaw Tag 45 G K1461As TUNAA.Sol j
having a bearing of North 13 SHAW &. KOFELOUSOS' the property'or; the above BonuiBuy
degrees, 38 minutes, and 30 142 West Call Street named defendant and that on CAN 27
seconds East; run thence North Starke Florida Monday, the 10th( day of July {
88 degrees 43 minutes and Attorneys for Executor 1972 at twelve o'clock Noon\: on CANTA.
30 seconds East along said First Publication: June 8, 1m said day on the premises of BonuiBuy
Northerly boundary, a distance 6/8 4t 6/29
the Bradford County Jail I will PIT
of 1621.7 feet to point of be- offer for sale and sell to the IVAfOBATIO

ginning. NOTICE highest bidder for cash In hand, MILK 395BonutBuY
This change In classification the above described property
Is subject to a public hearing Stanley S. Noegel has made tAll 14c r
of said defendant to .
to be held on Tuesday June. application to Starke Zoning aforesaid Execution. .atl.fsthe CAN* _omnBuyNEW i LrstyayLewDrke! I IMyo.yLlIrke i REGULAR OR QxO
27th at 7:30 PM In the County;: Board for classification of I SOftM I o.ot I P.nst; i BUTTERMILK 24. QO;
Commission room at the Brad- the property described below Bradford P.D. Reddish CountFlorida Sheriff BomnBuYStark VIVA 1 PAMPERSDIAPERS I ROOT II ....,...:. :. =:.
Giant IVzlb
ford County Court House at from: SINGLE RESIDENCE FAMILY TO 6/15 4tchg: 7/6 !** TOWELS..,-.............. I BEER I COFFEE i *
which time all persons Interested MULTI-FAMILY
shall be heard for or A parcel of land lying in Section TUNA G'AN'29C"" 129 I 49 1 L. 5ftc

against the proposal as specified 29 Township 6 South Range IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ..NIM MOT Mf a/-_____.i________-S,elee GAL.)___reelS __lAG_______. BREAD "

In the Zoning Code of 22 East and being more particularly FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIALcmCU1'I'N ..*..31 c --.auy 1 BomnBuy 1 EmryDcvLowPrk 1 IMyo.yLlIrke.
Bradford County.;: described as: A stripof AND FOR BRADFORD CAN PURINA' LIPTON I KING SIX .ODf Nf CMMOAA I
John Torode Chairman land 520 feet North and COFFEECREAMER
,; Bradford County; Zoning South by 360 feet East and IN RE: The Marriage of DOG CHOW TEA BAGS ..DRIVE._ ,, I
BonuiBuy .1 1 D'o".o "' I 4999c
; Board West In SE corner of SE 1/4 ERIC FLOYD KAPLAN Husband 1
9/8 2t B/15 Except Lot In SE comer 192 and LINDA JANE NORE CRYSTAL DIXIE UI.25... SFCveryDaytowPric 30 i 65 C. ".. 99 C 22... 79C I
I. feet North and South by 100 KAPLAN Wife.. oar 'All I
feet East and Wean Located CASE NO. 1286 SUGAR _
FICTITIOUS NAME at the Intersection of Edwards NOTICE OF SUIT L' Every DdyLowPrkcLUSTRE BorjutBuyBY EveryDayLowPrke EVcryDayLowPrkciSCAKE
t NOTICE Road and South Orange St. TO: Linda Jane More Kaplan .AG sac WYLEM'S _
Notice Is hereby given that A Public hearing will be held 56 Ashmore RoadWorcester GREEN GIANT

( the undersigned Mr. and Mrs.. at the City' Hall Starke Fla. Massachusetts. ..-.twtrrwti'i DRINK. CREME LesiieurEPEAS CREAM
k Harry Edward Cooney. Intendto Mon. June 26, 1972 at -12:00: --.. A '.flntLu i tAvaniMIXES- HAIR SPRAY PIES DONUTS
engage In business under t the> high-noon. To bear any objections. You are hereby notified thata IILVIR cow -
flcltious name of Thomas Sport petition for dissolution of IYAPORATIDMILK
,. Shop A Fish Pond. Highway 100 John Torode marriage has been against ,
South Starke Fla. and will register Chairman City of Starke you and you are repaired to
aid name with the Clerk Zoning BoardMerrUlEdwards serve a copy of your answer 'AU 1.IR
", of the Circuit Court Bradford or pleading to the petition on
County Starke Flan under Ihsprevisions City Clerk the petitioner's attorney HENRY CAN'.y

of the Florida Sta Edward 6/15; 2t 6/22 "L. GRAY; JR., 311 ,NJE. r IMfYo.yUwPrIce lyo.yLowPrkc IIotIIduy 8011"B..T 'BonutSvyDAYTIME
and Mrs. Marry -
, tues. Mr.Cowry P.O. Box 14S-E. First Street Post Office Drawer wn vrei. ,...yi yin NI W..LW FYNI HUNT'S tn.u.. PANTRY KRAFT CAMPERS;'
Starke Fla. 32091 owners. IF WE DON'T HAVE IT DIAPERS.r.
and file the original answeror PAKS + .
4tp>> 6729. well get it for you Office pleading in the office of the : OIL IHonlNING __ .. CHIPS

Supplies- Furniture. Eojdpment. Clerk of the Circuit Court ....96c CAN 31.1 73c CAN elf SlIc = 19 ::::" 38c 31.1 JAR 44 ,....... 57c ,CT..s 18.u .79c
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j'" By Elizabeth (Jiven Walker, __ _____ __

I Dell chapter 168 will hold Ita 'Mt. Plsgah AME: Church SundaySchool Rev.T. members I In Macclenny.are asked at 3 to p.m.please All aked to be present to do ;your Ebenezer Baptist Church, ing. M41 W. Oak Street.

regular meeting Thursday nightat H. Bethel pastor. support this ,dine; Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. Sun-
8 p.m. In the Masonic Hall will start the servicesat There will activity.be ; appreciation 2nd Sunday In July our day School will begin services CONVENTIONTO
on Brownlee Street. All mem- 10 a.m. Morning service at for an spring Rally will terminate. at 9:45: Morning Service 10:13.: BE HELD HERE
bers are asked to please be 11. Youth Hour' at 3:30 with Sunday program also.. the pastor All captain. are asked to do At 3:30 the Junior Choir will The Central Florida District

present and on time. Reverend Shelton Hodge and The General Conference will their be.t.Greater. render service at the Youth Sunday School and YPWW Con
All officers will attend an Roney Strong as speakers. Mu- start In Texas June 19. Rev. Bethlehem Freewill Day program at Mt. PlsgahAME vention will be held at the
Installation service Saturday, sic will be provided by Ebe- Jenkins will be Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper :: Church. Evening serviceat Church of God In Christ In
17. pm, nezer Baptist Church Youth, attending. 6:30.: Bible Class is held Starke starting Monday, June
Hall need cooperation
we the Choir, Mrs. English president, Davis Friday and night his, June 16, Rev. Williams pastor.l'ofondayt.night each Tuesday night. Prayer 19l with a Pre-MusicaL

of all officers, please; and Mt. Pisgah Youth Choir. Bethel and Ebenezer congregations, will ren- Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board Meeting each Thursday night. Morning and evening sessionswill
Miss Phills Bruton president.
meet. Wednesday night Prayer
be held dally through Sun-
CHURCH NEWS There will be other solos and Chapel der services AME Church.at Greater Allen Meeting Thursday night the DAY CARE CENTER day, June 25, at the RJC:: Audi-
Vacation Bible School started readings. Ladles Circle will go to Mrs. HELP NEEDEDAll torium. Morning sessions will
June 12 at the New Hope Baptist Afternoon services will be In, mark, The our 4th Sunday 3rd ,QuarterCon, June 25\ : will Annie bell Mosely's Friday interested cltlzesn: are run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
Church, Old Lawtey Road, charge of the First Born ference for this nlRht. Prayer Band will meet Invited to attend the !NBC: meet- evening sessions start at8p.m.
UHdOKEH Church. Rev. B.D. Cohens and conference at tile home of Mrs Ida Bunch ing to be held Monday, June Elder D.R. Williams is pastor
The hours will be from ;year. Church will
Stanley and Joe Green congregation. In Hawthorne. Saturday the
19th, at 7:30: n In RJE of the local church.
STUDENTS George Pierce (ushers 'Doug 10 a.m. to 12:30.: with lunch All adult members are askedto be in charge under the direction Deaconesses will sell dinners auditorium.
Pictured..are students at and Don Green (ring bearers), served at noon. The public is pay .$10. Junior Church of Mrs. Jenkins.All boards from the kitchen. Sunday the 0000
Brooker, Elementary School and Alleen Green (brldemald).. Invited. Awards will be given members, $3. are asked to make their report. pastor and congregation will MUSICAL AND LECTURE
who distinguished themselves Others attending from Brooker to the most academic person. Greater Allen Chapel AME, All leaders' are'. asked please leave the church at 9 a.m. by The public is Invited to attend
retain all food
during .the recently completed were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Church Rev. C. E. Jenkins contace i each,, member. At '3 bus to render service at the and support the Benefit of the good
school term. Their outstanding Green (groom's parents) Mrs. ANNIVERSARY pastor. Services will begin with p.m. June 25 rellowshlp Hour Freewill Baptist Church In Musical and Lecture value in cabbage for slaw shred
efforts In academics and citizenship George O. Pierce and Audrey, Independent Pallbearers No. Sunday School at 10 a.m. Morn-' will, be held at Ml, Morlah Pearson.,All persons wishingto being sponsored by the NAACP it just before serving
earned them grades Mrs. Troy Jones and Amy; 9 will hold their 3rd anniversary Ing service 11 a.m. which will United Metholdlst Church. All go may'contact Deacon Car. Monday,, night June 19, at 8 Red will
which were all 'A's and B's. Mrs. Stanley Green and Deb- at New Hope Baptist Church, conclude services for the day. members are asked to please ter or Deacon Prince. The only p.m. Come and enjoy an evening color cabbage if keep
None made below ''a B. We orah; Mrs. Sue Parrish and Rev. S.W. Mosely pastor, June All class leaders are asked to attend. r service Sunday will be at 6 of entertainment. DonationS 1 to 2 during cooking you add
congratulate this 'exceptional Susan; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie 18. All members are asked to please make the financial: report Rev. J.A. Clllyard will be the Tablespoons lemon Juiceor
group for maintaining a high Green; 'Mrs. Pearl Markey attend and give full cooperationfor after morning services. ,acting pastor for the first Sun- Bible Class will be held l June S C for adults and '25C for vinegar. or a few dice of frmhapple.
level of excellance throughout Mrs. Amanda Lewis, Mr.and success. The Choir Union will be held day In July. All members are 26-30. Admission free. children Carver Lodge Build
tho school term. Mrs. Tommy Cox.
FRONT ROW (l-r) Bradlee Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Williams

Cox, lat grade; Drew An- from Tallahassee were here poll tMY .
drawl Frankie Andrews, Mark visiting Patty's parents Mr. Ayr {

Crews, Guy Wayne Parrish, and Mrs.Bill Blgham last week-
and Penny Riggs all 2nd grade. end. While here they also 'y ; I
SECOND ROW (l-r) Elaine attended a Ann and Allen's wed- A *
Mott, 3rd; Clay McRae, 1st; ding. .t
Randy Starling! 2nd; Debbie Mr. and Mrs. James Terrell r wCAtmsvw: uMe, _____
Polk, 1st; Lee Orten, 2nd; Tiny Green, Laura and Leigh Ann r -
Hodge. 1st; Renee MOtto 2nd, from DeQulncy, La. spent June
and Penny, Jakab, igt,,' 11-13 with Terrell's parents neN l A "
THIRD ROW 91-r) Todd Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and ," UaUe1
Wood 4th Monica Green, 2nd; Alleen. They all attended the
Brenda WUllngham) ,.2nd; Sharon Tyner-Green wedding.Mr. GL ;
Fussell 2nd Darlene D
; Mott Gellman
and Mrs. Earl ,
5th; Kay Prescott, 5th; Tammy Marcia and Michael, of Odgen, _
Andrews, 6th; and Angle Mrs.
Utah spent June 47 with _
Andrews, 5th. .n
TOP ROW O-r)Jerrv Smith Pearl Markey. While here the _ _
Gellmans enjoyed a trip to Sty!
Michael Allan
Starling smith Augustine.Mr. _
Teresa Booth, a :SUsan Bass, '
Susan Raulerson, and Darlene and Mrs. John Green
Sharp all 6th graders. and Allen of Memphis. Tenn. clctt;
were here visiting Mr and
Mrs. Leslie Green and Joe
FIELD TRIP Mr and Mrs. Stanley Green Men's Money Belts ; b '<< Canras Casuals
TO STATE PARK"-. ... and children. and Mrs. Pearl Hidden tipper pocket, (la money
On Wed.,. May 31, the entire Markey. The John Greens returned or heyt. Block only Si1.171 t4,. N" ?( j Coolltghtwivht
Brooker School t and faculty to Memphis to preparefor / i 1 l rMaj* ) *F J participated In a Old trip to Our 1 '1 :: .
a move to Canada. color* til**6 ((2
O'Leno State Park. After a Three of.Mr. and Mrs. Robert / 1 P'I.,; WIXi2

nature'' walk through the park, Fonseca's children cele- pets OV111pXfR oar Due

they enjoyed hamburgers brated their birthdays recen- f Ibss f hYsoya Pnc. wa.1gra ounr
grilled by John Comerford. tly: Vanessa turned 5 and June + Sg t1 g 'u7 'i; ... .x11 p0 I
Thurston Henry, Earl Jones 7 tooayu Jc
; Patty, turned 7, and Eddie
and James ,Watson. Additional Joe 8 on Mon.. June 12. Men's Neckwear Scripto lighters

food was prepared by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy cox x'21 and 4'*width* In imart nw 1' 1 1.apaHmQn d ngn, how through
Thurston Henry and Mrs. attended the graduation of patterns & fabrics,,Regular and +, /vr Iwl l r.snot Chrom,cover cop
Georgia Howard. Tommy's sister, Becky Pres- rdi ti ttyUt. Ou
Activities for the day Included sley's at Union Co. High Frl- D liceunf r l' Pnce Dnaaunrur wotyr66

a softball game, recreation 'dayevening, June ft;;Becky: flte Wol yl ,, ) .l Ises II..I.. I II
on playground equipment graduated with high honors.. .
roasting marshmallowsand I Congratulations! toy. '
sue Men'sFamous r '
James Dean and son,
Mrs. Wens' Toilet Kits
These people assisted on the
Banlon Socks
spending the.week
trip: Mrs. Yvonne Emery: ,Mrs. Jimmy, are n -' A p ''H.a.y'duty; bloc; l"(" v..yl, ..'
with Mr. and MraT4mrrRMdeeHd,, ? L ii lu uriouiocamfof* & long sun ;
Mrs-' 'p. a Bradlee and .TVr are* Al .ared alert Iry'der'ID (y af lf *" la 1 ,J."S a'P id'\'r.'l4! t,'\'.p'' uarla e

alsovisiting.,, Mr*,and.. .Jlr8.gj j I Jin I\ i / Our DiscountMen's '
Mack Pressley and Becky in Our Diteounr t' Pnc.. soot
John Comerford Mrs. Olin 0 Lake Butler. They Hew, back Priea Woa 2>98C BQNiI It ... .
Polk .Mrs. Wesley Raulerson,' lie
Bristol Tenn. to attendBecky's 8a
Mrs. Ruth Hill, Mrs. Martha from also. I 1 1 Gal lug
Green Miss Vlckl Principal graduation Handkerchiefs F qes 29yOt :
Henry -
Mrs. Mrs. Ernest Edwards atten- 1t Famous' Maker Dress PantsMens 100'.1,...... polyvihoUn,
Dewey McKinney
ded the graduatlonofherdaughter Choose from whit with ombroid; R Intulattd, rv.f proof and
Kahn, Mrs. Hurst and Miss at Bradford High 1. rod design, or lolid colors Alloro Choose from this fabulous soloCtionl All superbly tailored in tho /finest unbreokabU, Au't.color
Hill, Mrs. Jackson. Mrs. scott Patsy Permanent Press Supple loothofS white, ten, block & fabrics* A wid s* Ler ion of
School, Mon., June 5. Patsy's cordovan patents. Laths solos tool! solid colorsA One Year Guarantee.
; stripes or
teachers; Mrs.t@)i tssell, Mrs. Ed- Gift boned thro to a boi. In oil .. .
grandmother, Mrs. LoWe Not all slyls or dot stores variety styles.Sn 30 42 ,
Reid, Mrs. ParrlSh adles;;Mrs. wards, and Patsy's sister I II i'] Jl {
Richardson Librarian; Mr.and hadenough j.

Mrs.. Leaton- Matthews- Peggy, also credits attended.to complete Patsy high La .

drivers.. Everyone: had an enJoyable school at mid-term. She;Is now '
time. finishing her first quarter of t .Oar Dlreunt Y u Would E. et Ts Ysu Would Et .et T Our Discount

CHECKER TOURNAMENTA'single Santa Fe! Jr. College. Congratulations Prie Wet96C Poy Ue Te 5,00 Pay UP Ta 11.00 Price Was

elimination'' checker Prayer List: Obelia Tetstone. I
tournament was held as a part Monroe Barnes Ernest Edwards -
of the Rainy Day r.$:: Program Morris Dyal Polly "
'which was In action to the phy- Clark. SaVe 20 ,N': g.tm V2iOCi', 9.00'
sical fitness portion of the phy- Safe
sical education'program. There I { fi
were 44 entrants from grades: Ny Neighbors"Come .r Men's Shirts .y r t / 7-35

4-6, the top player being ;, : '., ., N.w bold dup.. ond oo Bonded Razors# BinocularsWilkinson
Kay Prescott 5th grade. Kay r. ; :
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Allen Green:- ,took,place': SaturdaY Men's MEn's { ..Dol.n'z, ; ,,

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i Choose from plaids, of popular/ stylet, t hue & coari
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James1, ; Temple; officiating; "worn" this MaNn!" Sues from 20 to 42 ,, '; 1p'i - -
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Temple, Norman School Tax Time To Apply Fertilizer Trustees AOgN 1'0111

To Shrubs Palms Trees
Offices Control.
Eying ., Cut Eyed .

Once more It is time to ones should have six pounds (From Peg 1))
(From" Pogo 1)) (From" Pag 1)), apply fertilizer to your shrubs The question frequently adked ,
palms and tree, says Florida Is "Does It hurt to remove the county; commissioners to
County la a challenge to him trict 5 senate seat, composedof dustry; moving into town. Nurserymen and Growers As the blossom from a palm serve as trustees."
"It's mot of 16 counties across Casey also reported that 15 sedation Plante are a great tree?" The answer Is emphatically Thomas summarized the difficulties -
Kind of a challenge to build the north Florida and 340,000 people. local persons have recently deal like people when It comesto no. Intact, the removalof he said his trustees.
school system the been employed to teach In tt. eating. They need a balance the blossom spikes helps to encountered in trying to open
people -7.
deserve.I'm That's the Sen. Jim Williams D-Ocala county; persons who grew up diet just like people do. It keep your place clean the hospital. He cited lack of
quandry In. It's some- will probably seek the District In Bradford County and have would be extremely advisableat Now Is an excellent time to not
to funds\ equipment
thing think about operating
seriously and I'm 6 senate seat, composed of the come back to work, he added. this time of year to use a fertilize azaleas and camellias. Installed, dispute over leaseor tai'r
same counties but with a two- School Board policy now gives good balanced fertilizer with a It would be advisable to use deed and. operational control -
Norman said doctors say year first term. local Job applicants preference high percentage of organlcs. an Azaleas-Camellia Special.
of the faculty.
he'll be good as new In six Present County Judge Theron over persons who would have to This would keep the plant fed This type of fertilizer Is acid 'r'rBr 'rr
weeks. He pointed out he has Yawn is aiming for the new commute from out of town to for a long period of time since forming and has a tendencyto
been working at the Florida Grou p 5 circuit Judgeship of ,, teach the superintendent said. organics do not leach out as keep the soil acid around Forehand all was
State Prison at Ralford for the Eighth Circuit He will face H* further pointed out that rapidly as do chemicals. your plant. Replace the mul "water under the bridge now,"
the! pest two years and has and suggested a fresh start
ch. to the
two Gainesville necessary, keep
taken courses In criminologyat A. Adklns attomles-. housing Is a problem In locating Some of your plants may be root system cool. These two to resolve, the difficulties.With : .
and Herbert T. Sch-
educational In
Lake City Junior College, wartz. personnel overgrown It Is almost certain plants thrive on mulching 'questions, Forehand
although he has not yet earned Public Defender ---"-" the county.On that Ligustnun Viburnum brought out that $60,000 Is available -
the 200 R.A. Green -- recommendation of the Plttosponun and Podocarpus all
credit hours for himto Jr., a Bradford to open the hospital
satisfy the Florida Police Gainesville native and Chamber Executive Committee have extraneous shoots that and that all equipment neededto
Standards Act. Tomllnson Attorney James L. -..-r the governors unanimously need removing. It doesn't Carmengoes open Is on hand. Forehand
have lined up for adopted a resolution opposingthe take long for the plant to recover also said (tie building is completed ,JIM
He thinks he will be able to the Group 6 circuit Judgeshlp. .. :. eligibility of on LAWSON
persons from a pruning cut durIng toYakYale and can be accepted by
campaign actively for the Sept-
.iudg.1 strike or voluntarily out of
The weather
warm with
ember 12 primary. corny post being along the authorities. Obtaining a SOME JELLYFISH:
vacated by Judge Yawn will work to purchase Federal Food the fertilizer that you have license should prove. no problem ARC: VERY LARGE
Norman tried four years ago leave a gap that must be tilled. THE LEAN LOOK-A long Stamps. The resolution will be Just applied. The plants will he said.Turning More than likely. if you are
for the sheriff office. He Is Two attornl... Gone Shaw and supple tube of striped cotton forwarded to Florida congressmen return to their beauty.. like the average American you
a life-long resident of Bradford Elzle Sanders, are In the terry creates a zip-front caftan and senators.. June Is a good month to to the lease-deed. probably think that, all Jellyfishare

County and for many years maybe-and-stlll-thlnklng cate for versatile easy summer addition wearing to- That Item Is Included In the propagate a few extra plants. Issue Serf read aloud the lease about the size of your handor
has been considered one of few gory. Bradford High Agriculture any wardrobe it's by Koret U.S. Department of Agriculture You may find it will be the commission had offered, smaller because' this is the
successful runtime farmers Teacher Paul Hutchins of California. funding bill currently before cheaper to buy them from and which was rejected: by the size usually seen" at the beach
especially In the growing of says he Intends to run for Congress, Chamber Executive your local nurseryman, but trustees. Serf said the proposal when the jellyfish wash up Into
strawberries. county Judge. There Is also Green'N 6.8.ervlnlls. John Myers told the governors. on the .other hand It Is fun Is Illegal then the commission the shallow water. This is the
Norman has served one termas speculation that Starke Mayor "It's a direct subslty to labor to try. A few plants you was trying to usurp common jellyfish: but there are
a county commissioner. Carl Hurst may seek the new Gold Casserole unions. Union should pay might propagate with success authority given to the gover much larger specimens.In .
Many changes are due In the county Judgeshlp. If their members are on are Cooper-leaf Azaleas' fact Jellyfish have !been
fall elections. Most can be attributed 3 cups Florida green bans, strike" said Starke Insurance Camellias and Ligustnun. nor.The commission could not known to grow larger!: than six:
to the changes In the Incumbent Circuit Judges cut into 1-mch pieces Executive George Roberts, determine if the trustees were feet In diameter Wow. th.U's a
court system set up and to the George L. Patten, John A. H. 1 can (lO'/i' oz.) golden "I think we're doing a pretty This Is the wormy season doing a good job or not, and did lot of jell v fish. Slopping on a
recent reappointment of the Murphree and John Crews mushroom soup good Job of doing away with Lush growth, warm tempera- not have the power to cancelthe small jellyfish at the teach cnn
Florida Legislature.Then have all announced for re- 1 cheddar the Incentive to work, without tures and failure to spray may lease. Serf said the act be quite painful stepping on
election.In can sharp this said B.F. (Bud) Mlz- cause a worm population unexcelled -
Rep. Eugene Shaw announced of the legislature which crea- one six' feet" wide would really
he definitely won't seek addition, County Commissioners cheese, grated ell Jr., president of First Federal heretofore. Be on ted the hospital specificallystated be a serious matter All jellyfish -
1 cup evaporated milk Savings & Loan Association the lookout for night caterpil- the trustees would
re-election to his state House Dave Shuford Lawtey; are equipped! with :stingers
seat. Then came a second sur- Ralph Bryan Starke and Zed- 1 teaspoon salt of Starke."I lars. These are the ones that University was once for operate the facility.: and should tv avoided.(('
prise when Sheriff 3 cups cooked chicken violently oppose food are sneakej. They feed on the the commission becomes
P.D. Red- ra Hamilton, Brooder, must run Anytime But. don't avoid us. Our
dish announced his retirement. In the big 1972 election. cut up stamps for those who voluntarily leaves while you sleep. Be men only. Now the student upset by an action of friendly,, courteous personnel

Frank Williams of Crystal School Board Members 1 tablespoon onion, chopped stop work to strike," sure that your, tender growthIs 'body includes coeds and the trustees it could appeal to like people and enjoy !serving
Lake has resigned as Bradford Charles Sawyer Starke and '/ cup pimiento chopped said Attorney George Pierce well covered with sevin one of them is Carmen Pi. the governor. Serf said. >ou. Come by today and samplethe :
County Civil Defense dir- Rodney Hall. :Theressa, also 1 cup Florida celery, chopped In moving the Chamber oppose for the control of worms. neda, who attends with help service. You'll find that it's
ector to seek the new House have terms expiring.All V4 cup Chinese noodles that particular section of the Summertime is an excellent \ rreat.DAHMER' .
seat from Bradford Clay, and Vi cup slivered 1.SDtundlnll: bill. time to move palms. They from, social security. She than V million students

the northern half of St. ohnS. other county offices terms blanched onions ". and any other person recover rapidly! and establish gets monthly social security 18 22 in colleges, trade
Counties. Four others are also expire this Including who their roots firmly during the check based schools and high schoolsthe BAl
Tax French fried onion Isvoluntarll'outotwork. on her late -
Clerk Gib Brown
campaigning for Shaw's seat: Assessor hot humid dajs. If jour
William n. (Hester Jr., O- Gene Long,',tax CollectorJ rings,frozen Howell.In said DuPont. Executive Gordon palms which are already established father's earnings. '"It really sons and daughters of

range Park attorney CharlesF. / R. Kelly. Supervisor of Elections Preheat oven to 350 F. in other action at the Cham- seem a little lightIn makes the difference," Car retired disabled and de. l1ARx! IlOeLA
Barco, just moving Into Clay Jenevat.Flynn, as wellas Cook Florida green beans ber Board's monthly lunchone color, apply a little man- ceased workers. You be
County from Jacksonville Ray school superintendent, sheriff boiling, salted water untilcrisp ganese sulfate to the soil a- men says. may U.S. 301 N03TH '
Bradley, a barber In Orange and counlV.Judlte. tender about 10 min-!' --Letters: were read from round them. A small palm will Social security'pays $53 eligible. Ask at any social PHONE 964-7500

Park, and Rev. Tom Ryan a Qualifying: for the fall election utes. Drain.In Jacksonville thanking the need two pounds and the big million a month _to more security office.
Methodist minister who Is opens at noon July 11 and large bowl thoroughly Chamber for Its resoludon
supporting -
the developer of Lake Ashbury ends at noon Tuesday July 25. mix mushroom soup, grated the \\estdriKhouseTenneco I
at Doctor's Inlet. In additiona First primary election is Sept- Stir in drain
cheese and milk. for the Bold New CI.Myers '.
Su Johns County man, Bill ember 12. second primary Is
ed bean Add all remaining -- announced the Jacksonville -
I Lockhart Is said to be seeking October 3. The general election onion Chamber's Committeeof
the office Lockhart Is a former Is set for Nov. 7. ingredients except 100 will
a delegationat
mix well. Place mixturein
aide to State Sen. Bob Registration books are open rings;
the Chamber
Saunders. now for. the Sept. 12 primary. greased casserole. Bake for 0 Boar's July
meeting. Hopefully, Myers D liSCOUNT
Saunders and Sen. W. E. Bishop They will remain open until 45 minutes. Arrange frozen said the committee can fillStarke
D-Lake City, are both August 12, and for the general French fried onions over'/ the businessmen In on pos $
campaigning! for the new Dis election until Oct. 7. top of casserole and return to sible satellite Industries to the

oven for 10 minute. W.I plant that may help Brad- HOUSE
- - - ford County.
.." III / .
- - - - -
:DuPont Executive Gordon
Howell said his firm has refilled -
the bed of SR-230 with
sand to within four feet of the

top, 9'.,,t e, road Jd and _has are '-p W

is turned the Job of replacing the Now\ ''resenis -'

tIwfT4 bed over to a private contractor Balustrade
who must rebuild the site
to Department of Transportation

( A i FATHER'SDAY standards.., DuPont hopes
'I the contractor will meet the -
.previously announced July 10 -
t th.l date for reopening the road,
GIFT : Howell said. DuPont obtained D10Psc. ELECTROFONIC
; permission from DOT to cross ry
: '" d 1 the road with the plant's huge -
? .. 1, wet mill which floats on a
FOR 11 small man-made lake.

:. 1 -Myers announced that May
'\ Improvement awards went to
the Pine Tree Inn and the Hampton
Volunteer Fire Department.

SummonsUnanswered G i r > K(",: :


i 1 v Selected Walnut'Wood. .
; l ;( M Veneers.

(From" Page 1)) f.s 'r ? BSR 4-speed record
t changer with diamond
of unlawful speed. 1 .
Joe Edward Lee was not at stylus.

court for his charge of opera- '
The Real ting a motor vehicle on an t t r 8 Speaker "duocone"
Gift I.
expired inspection certificate. i audio system.
Donald J. Segul, Jr. will have
his case continued' for the i4 :i:;
Father 'IsAppreciation charge of operating\ motor with BUILT-IN 8-TRACK
vehicle without driver's li \ .
a '
censes. : i' TAPE PLAYER ....

Harry Crater Bleasdale was 4
., fined $51 or three days In JaU

for speed driving limit. 20 mph over the Green Velvet

For His Consistent Work To Feed, Clothe And Shelter Leroy Patterson, Jr.' was
fined 13.50 for a
Ills Family. The Father Who Takes Time To Work vehicle with an Improper dri- = :.. Sides

And Plav To Train And Discipline His Children ver's Dallas license R. Crawford was'fined 1

Get His Full Measure Of Satisfaction On Fathers Day. $26 operating or three a motor days vehicle In Jail with-for and Front

out a driver's license after
explaining to Judge Yawn that

he was at work and his ride ,li..
left him and he had to get home. "
In First Robin Warren Akers was fined f .
Deposited $36 or three days In Jail ;for
unlawful speed.
Wayne Bryant Revels John .
Federal Earn From 5-6% Carlyle Pitch, Browe Howell

Walbeck, Danny Carl Stewart,
Per Annum Charles Vernon Banks Herman -
$24995 .
With Earnings Companded Quarterly Taylor Jr. Rufus Smith,
Carolyn! Jones, Alphonso Walker aural -.4

David Cole Ben Johnson
Passbook And Certificate Savings Perry Robert Dy'al. F.C.Brown ,
Wiley James Lewis, Wesley

In By The lOtJi Earn From Tile 1st and Paxson John Jr.King John all C.had Turknett their, "

bonds estreated for the charges $24.95 DOWN "
of unlawful ,
We Pay State Intangible Tax On Savings Invested Here. Larry Edwards speed.was charged

with careless driving and had

O.r "..,.. Ms bond estreated. PAYMENTS ;I
M..denh./.N1pia... D.J. wmiams and Horace Elmo -
fHm. t .... t. StM f... McGee pled not guilty; to $11.25
Cl..... faMtMy the charges of driving while

Intoxicated and will be recor-
T FEDERAL ded for trial docket.
oonn Milton MOdon wra

mlk.FiR' Loan Association, of Stark. | charged with operating a motor
vehicle on an expired Inipec-

.....* ftaxdTtLIFHONf non certificate. His bond .,- .... .

I + oo a.. was estreated. ---- .._.__._ -,
"T/w Haute 01 Sar i lle" MS: w HaST. Farlst White. Cole was
charged with having no road
tax plate. and had his bond es-

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New OfficersOfficers .

DATES SET of Clover Lane have been entertaining of Bruce Sunderland, on June for the new 'clul ,
The Keystone on Parade show their daughter-n' in will M .. ' 10.Mrs. June
and sale sponsored by the Wo- -law Mrs. Fred Wiles Jr.. Mary K. Shaeffer bas Install Friday 23. a1 L : i 'k
man's Club will open at 3 and grandson Billy of Clarksburg returned home following tests the Keystone Heights Llot k

P. m, Sunday, July 2, at the W. Va. In Alachua General Hospital. Club Cocktails will be server
Municipal Building and will Mrs. Earl Voyles of Melrosehas We hope Mary will be feel- at 6:30: with dinner at 7:3(
continue through July 9. returned from a trip to Ing better soon. p.mJ. Former Congressman Do
Artists and craftsmen may Salt Lake City; Utah. Mrs. Geneva M. Bennett Is R, CBlliy) Matthews of Gainesville -
register on Friday, June 30, Miss Winifred Curl of London the Alachua Gen will be the prlnclpa.:
from 3 to S p.m., and on Saturday England, and Mrs. Ethel eral Hospital recovering froma speaker
July 1, from 10 a.m. Tackley of New York City; were broeken hip suffered after Incoming officers are: Me''
to 12 noon. Anyone Interested recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. a fall. She would appreciate Taylor president: Jim Wharton
in entering arts or crafts should Henry Schuber of Clover Lane. hearing from friends. vice president: Stewart M,
contact Mrs. Fremont Tolles Miss Ellen Wilder and her Guess who Just blew In from Cord, secretarytreasure ..0- ;
473-4138. .fiance of Portsmouth Va., the north? None other than Dick, Hugh Cault, George Mann)
were recent guests of her uncle Ann and Scott Anderson from Bill Bartlett, and Mike Fat { .
DUPLICATE BRIDGE and aunt,' Mr. and Mrs. Chicago. They will be here directors.The r.r
Winners for June 6 duplicate Fred Poole, before Journey, until June 10 visiting Ann's 4 ,t, Me
bridge at the Melrose Woman's on to Disney World. mother Mrs Autry Vance. i iY r
Club were 1st, Mrs.Bill Bartlett Mrs. Frank Jones has returned Dick will be traveling to sum 22nd annual Rotary Swim
Mrs. Frank Merrick; 2nd, home after an Illness mer camp In Ft. Polk La. and Program will start July 10 and
Mrs F. T, Rogue Mrs. Lou- In Alachua General Hospital. Ann will spend some time atthe continue through July 21. 'The
Ise Nelson; tied for 3rd place Our thoughts and withes fora heath with former friends 4th of July celebration will be -
Mrs. Stephen Sashoff Mrs.Robert speedy recovery are with and neighbors of Deland. Scott the kick-off and the program -
Clare; Miss Iva Hillyer will stay with his grandmother will be concluded with a fish
Mrs R, T. Burr. you.Mrs. during this time. It certainly! fry and awards program on
Doris Sunderland was is good to see old friends a- the 21st. Council Washout Serious
SCOUTS> ENJOY TRIP in Orlando last weekend where gain. Registrations will be open Agrees
Members of Keystone Heights she attended a bridal shower at the Our Country Day cele-
Boy Scout Troop 105 enjoyeda and bridesmaid luncheon for (Continued To Next Pag.>)> bration on July 4, and also on

trip to Disney World on June Miss Alana Paul bride-elect July. 10 at the Keystone Beach But Says No Funds Are Available I J,
4., and a treat time was re- for children six: :years old and IIf
ported by everyone. up. Mrs. Sharon Morgan and
The Scouts have a swim and Mrs. Natalie Steinmetz will be washed the heavy stones reeling the Nightengale: Street
father-son cookout planned for the car pictured above surface water sweeping down- even hazard
In charge of the beach helpers. he said. ,
June 24, 3 to ,7 p.m., at the Igiv hanging on the brink of cavernous hill from two directions into away The, Nightengale: culvert canyon
the branch that connects Brook
Scout Camp on Crystal Lake. washout on Nightengale Clay County
Is only one of many such
All members of the troop and Col. Edward A. Tlmmlns Street, had toppled in, who lyn Lake with Little Lake Keystone each

their fathers are urged to at- (Ret.) spoke at the Keystone would be liable -- the city?. Ashton. said that he and a problems meeting of thepKegystone Council. Demos Plan
tend. the Department of Transportation -
Rotary Club last Friday on the '
A camping trip to the beachIs topic of SALT ( lc Arms ?. or the property; owner neighbor Tommy Millican, had Livingston reported Tuesday First Dinner ,,t
also planned for the week- Treat) Arms where the washout is lo- attempted to prevent further bids '
Limitations received
he had
night that
wYrC erosion wooden The Democratic f
by building a Clay County; ;
end of July 89. cated.
Agreement tale of around $350 to $923 on bit-
These questions doubtless structure on each side of the Committee announces that the <
i Col. Timmins served 16 yearsIn culvert (shown at left above) uminous pipe (depending on first official public dinner for
PERSONALSThe Commandand troubled the minds of Keystone ?
Keystone State Bank will the Strategic Involved Air In the U.S. Heights Councilman at their and piling old tin, rocks and size) for correcting another the year will be held at 7:30: J.
be hosting the northeast Florida, ..r et was at various Tuesday night night meeting dirt into the hole. "But the serious washout problem at the p.m., June 24, in the commons /,
Planning Little
the Strategic last rain brought such a terrific Simmons property on of Clay High School, Green 3
f i area
group of the levels, ranging from bomb wing when Clyde L. Ashton showed Lake Ke.stone. This was for ..,
amount of water rushing Cove Springs, with Rep. WU-
In the Watt called
of Bank Women coordinationwith these pictures and again Include
Geneva control through down the hills that it deepenedand material only, and did not lIam Chappell, of the 4th Con- >>
Hardenburg home on Lake Planning attention to a situation thatgets
the U.S. Strategic cost of Installation, etc.,
June 17. Team of the U.S. Navy and worse each time it rain. widened. the gully and he said. gresslon.il District, as guest ,

Mrs. Ronald Homer Is In USAF strategists. He Is nowa Last week It didn't rain -- The Nelson's Point drop-off! speaker
St. Vincent's Hospital. Jacksonville r senior social studies teacher It flooded -- over five InchesIn Ladies Golf from Highway 21) was also Tom Ryan, Jr., program +
following major sur- the Keystone area and the chairman, said that the
at the Keystone Heights High back under discussion but was
We wish her speedy Assn. HoldsInstallation for persons who are Interested 1-
gery. School. washout deepened and widenedto termed by several Councilman In the Clay County Demo- ,
recovery. t its depth of 12-15 the other
not as serious as
cratic cause, and at least .
Miss Dana Hayes daughterof
feet, and 20-foot width. washouts. Livingston said he
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hayes, ; The SALT treaty; specified "It could have been correc- had obtained bids on pavinga persons are expected to attend. 1:
and bride-elect of Jeff Baits, ? .that the USA and USSR can have ted for a reasonable amount length of 106 feet on theNelson's Reservations may be mado
was honored last Friday witha a maximum of two ABM sites If you had started in time," New officers of the Ladles : Point road, starting through any member of the Democratic -
lovely shower at the homeof with each county limited to 100 Ashton told the Council "but Golf Association were installedat and the cost Committee for the
at the highway,
Mrs. Arthur Ketch. The hostess 4 anti-ballistic missiles no limit now it will cost hundreds of the luncheon on June 1 1. close to $1,500. He said prime rib dinner at $7.50 per
for the occasion was Miss on war heads, and no limit than Mrs. Lou llmmlns presi- ranged plate. Reservations may also
dollars -- maybe more a the cith had no money In the bud-
The be mado with the\ 1st I Federal
Roxanne Ketch. on bombers. speak- dent, announced the following
thousand fix it.
to andthat the
Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivanand er's opinion Is that the U.S. lie got no argument from the committee chairmen for the get residents for such of paving Nelson's: Point Savings &( l-oan, Orange Park

children are visiting his benefltted from this treaty; because Council -- only the same old 1972-73 season: Voncll Ketch would haveto pay the cost. the Bank of Green Cove
parents Mr. and Mrs Jack of our vastly superior story "no money in the tournament; Bernice Worley Springs; Mrs.' Ken Cooper, 473-
Sullivan, of Nelson's Point. computers, and ability to out- budget for such costly erosion assistant tournament; Pat Herman Chairman Fox toldshton 4852, or Don I'angborn, 473-
Miss Roxanne Ketch has been fit missiles with more than repairs." handicap; Ma tha' Hayes the Council would contact County 497C In l Keystone Heights,;.John
visiting her family before returning one warhead. Russia has not In Ashton's trophy: Miriam Cantrell, rules; I; Commissioner Kitty; Murrhee Bradley 533-2823:;, Kings Ie)'
to Ha.State Univ.where yet attained this sophisticated answer to question Jane LaCoste, telephone; Su and see If any help could be obtained Lakc; or George Grlftis, 289-
what is being done? Street
she will attend the summer ses- computer program he said. : Dwyer, membership; Fran from the county in cor- 8311, Maxvlllc.
sion. She Is majoring In medical ( Col. Timmins was Introducedby Chairman Gay Livingston could Chesslngton bridge; Nancy:
technology and will graduatein HaByrdDfri Mike Faikel. program chair- only replay" "Nothing: at the mo O'Donoghue, 9 hole; Fran A.
August73. man. ment. bles, junior; Gwen Bachmann -
"We're too much
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Williams spending social; and Flo Becker assistant -
time picking up trash, and not
and children of Camilla social chairman.
Ga., were recent guests of Mr. er Ceremony: enough on our serious street Winners of the Ringer Tournament -

40 ; &_. and Mrs. h Hugh GnulUCongratulations P. .. I.. .problems.Chairman! Everett were>also announced, KEYSTONE, -' MELROSE I>
to Mr. and Performed A tJTheressa! Te1ff: ious Fox declared;about He showed the hazard ser- as follows: first, Vesta Aiken;
Mrs. (Roy fiayless on the arrival Second Lou Tlmmlns: tie for
'of' a daughter Amy nenee' see-through': ;:i;Sleeves, : presented by the washout and Third Su Dwyer and Pat Herman BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Lynn puffed, suggested the Immediate erec-
Miss Connie Byrd, Fourth
on June S. line rb ; ; Rae Allen.
Mrs. Ray Iddings, of Bradford daughter of Mr and Mrs. and empire waist with bod- tion of a barricade to prevent Mrs. Evelyn I'else' was announced -
floral trim at the
Pa., has returned to Key- A.D. Byrd of Lake Geneva green auto children, bicyclist and as the most improved
stone for a visit with her sis- and Jackie Joseph Dampier ice. Their headpieces were __ others from toppling Into the 18 hole golfer, and :Mrs lou-
ter-inlaw; Mrs. Elmer Howe son of Mr and !Mrs John G. green velveteen headbands with trecherous hole that Is eating ise Nelson\; as the most !Improved i KISIIKRM 1\\'S: IM'UKS: ii \mw) \KK-C( ; IRIII-:\
Mrs. Iddlngs was here In May Dampier of Starke, were uni- yellow net veils. They carried Into the 9 hole golfer.
but had left for '4 two-week ted In marriage at 7:30: p.m. nosegays of yellow and white When Livingston commentedthat The winner of the \oncll SLIM 'S .111je HARDWAREAND
Friday Juno 9, in (Hope Baptist daisies with and yellow barricade g&zs 1L1
visit with former neighbors green the City; had no Ketch 9 Hole Trophy was a-
Mr. and Mrs. John Walters Church Theressa, with velvet Ivy leaves and satin, material Fox said, "Go ahead warded to Mrs. Dottle Parks. ,
of Clearwater.Mr. the pastor, Rev. Merle L, streamers. and buy what Is needed." :Mrs. Ketch tournament Fish -71'Stuff" GARDEN CENTERA

and Mrs. Fred WilesEasy. Packham, officiating. Little Miss Marian Owenbywas The huge washout caused by chairman, announced that there Lire Bait
Don Hardy of Starke was the flower girl and Artie Hall will be a "Beat Kathy Whit- complete lin. of Hdw.
soloist and was accompanied of Gainesville was ring bearer. worth Tournament" on July IS, Crick.ts-Shtnn.rs-Worms
by Mrs. Jesse Lee organist Following the ceremony, a 1kOld1meit starting at 9 a.m.11 proceedsof Minnows lhiurc" '.

I of Keystone Heights. reception was held in the edu- '..,', this tournament will go to TACKLE-RODS-REELS Plumbing & Electrical Supp.
The church altar was decorated cational building of the church .. ,,, ( chari!;)'. :Mrs. Ketch and :Mrs.
I with a golden arch candelabra where one table held a wedding I( --; :.. Worley will provide a free lun- FISHING & HUNTING Gro-lone Insecticides fertilizers

I standing fern trees cake and the other was cen- cheon for all ladles partici LICENSES AMMUNITION
I garlands of ivy and two gold tered with a punch bowl, sur- L mi It pating. ICE Hwy 21 N. 200 yds From

I baskets of white gladioli yel- rounded by yellow pompoms I'aredes Larsen ,*\ The Women's Golf Association X.y ton. Hgts. 4734357RKMU'RKCIFTS llQht
low pompoms and white shasta Mrs. :Merle Packham greeted will continue play every """ K.y.ton. Hot .
I daisies. guests at the door and presen- i[ vS\l\N *s. .#/t Thursday, 8:30: a.m. throughout ; ,
I I in marriage by her the receiving line Engagement There
EconomicalTboL Given ted them to "The human hasIrcenabletoimprovenn the summer months.
|I father, the bride wore a floor composed of the bride and race about will be plaj for both 18 and TI'I.I'VI'iIO\\m| : t rO\IJ.I)
Lake Geneva
', length gown of white lace over groom, their mothers. and wed Mr. and :Mrs. Gilbert Lucas 9 hole golfers. I TV Service
I I taffeta with Elizabethan style!; ding attendants. Paredes of Lake Geneva an- p>er>'lhlng but people. Center

i I sleeves, empire waist, and a Others assisting were Mrs. the engagement and approaching FurnitureGift -
train with lace : nouce Quasar'TVSTERO
long illusion John Goolsb1151 Chen marriage of their
I trim. Her flowers were a cascade lene Combs and :Miss Libby daughter Diane Janette, to & Candle Shop

I of white fungi mums and Harvey, Ronald Charles Larson of
velvet Ivy' leaves, with After a weekend wedding tripto CAR AND PORTABLE
green Citra 'of !\Ir, and :Mrs
orchid in and Daytona
I a white cymbldlum St. Augustine C.L. Bunkley, St., of Jackson- TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAL
the center and ,white satin,' Beach MI". and Mrs. Dampier
i streamers. A veil of illusion are residing in their mobile ville. I Furnltur. For Ev.ry ANDRESIDENTIAL

was attached to her headpiece. home at Uhitehead's Trailer The wedding will take place SAYINGS TatU And Purse
JQ'hNYLLATE Miss Vicky\; Byrd, sister of Park In Starke. August 12 In St. WUliams's $.. Our Condi Display AIR CONDITIONING
the bride, was maid of honor The bride Is employed as Catholic Church Keystone, SU.KS&: .. SERVICErsKVSTONE :
t while bridesmaids were Mrs. head cashier at Wlnn-Dixle In Heights. Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva
% David Z. Grlffls of Kevstone Starke and Mr. Dampier Is z __ 1 Mi. East of K.ystan. H\lts. : IIEIGIITS47i4631
Heights and Miss Janice Stanch employed by the DuPont Company All friends and relatives are ( "*"" :; I I.fOBIL"
of Starke. All attendants Invited to attend. : RE: \1. KSTXTF: : .

wore yellow taffeta satin gowns c $ : HOME

with chiffon overlay; long t. I Richard T. Lovorn Want to sell your Mobile

Home If you have a buyer

MOORToNEVINYL KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 9 Res;. Deal Estate Broker Mobile Home Broken will
arrange ALL financing and
Insurance details for a bro-
LAKE GENEVA l L LAKE PROPERTIES kerage fee of I0%of the selling
: ( For
w RESIDENTIALBUSINESSACREAGE': price. more Informationcall
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colors Selection of decorator worthwhile goals in life is usually 473.4111

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awn.rwn.re-U JUNE 15 1972
Martha Durbin
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that systematic saving; makes the

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fimtlt, -no tlrNfct. or l..pmariiAvatltbto Safety Deposit Boxes Drive In Teller "For a10v.ll.r THE YEAR
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F ';,. 1t'1 UWOBHI,, (_ By Martha Sue McCain IHS Graduates 58 Hilites/ I

"'.;'nI1filrrlffl Jn County Extension NEWS ABOUT

w J IHlifft:1 ,,Hone Economics (Agent. t

... SERVICE 'MEN Americana take for granted cilia Dodd. stated (CenHmied From. Preceding !P.g.>
When the KHS band playedthe
things that the Ptlgrams never Superintendent of Schools) "
say," Bradford County Judge Jesse P. Tynes recessional: the new graduate Cs.pt. and Mrs. Robert Kro Ington and: Mrs. Hall .

SQUASH! supply of Vitamins A, C. and .. .. Theron A. Yawn told 58 emem- and Vice Chairman was not of present the ran Instead of marching; mer and children are enjoying; of Keystone Mrs.FremontTollea, recently visited !

Colorful, exotic and decor- Niacin. It Is really a convenlce bers of the 1972 graduating Clay County\ School to get their diplomas, Mr.end
; Board R.T. their borne In
ative are words that may well food when you consider Its a- class of Keystone Heights High Lovorn, took his place In a visit with Mr*. Krosner'sparents on the way to ,

be used to describe squash.< vallablllty and ease of preparation. School 1 last_ Thursday night at the award. Recognized presenting Junior Girl Mr. and Mr. H. Skit- Venice.;

You might also call It plentiful Gary Cooper Field. students were Peter Morgan. ton of Little Lake Keystone,
right now-- but oil, Isnt Freezing for later enjoymentis Yawn and Capt. Kromers' parent, ALIEN-AN
Judge pointed out how Cindy Scales John Valldegull. Scouts Hold rehearsal for the
Gen. Ret.) and Mrs. Phil Kro After the :
It delightful Squash Itself recommendetUUse
highly 'the world Is changing and list- Paul Lelno,, and Martha Mlsell. wedding which ,
to a variety of prepara- tender with small seeds. ner of Melrose. Capt. Kroner Allen-Dlrkman
ed of the
some discoveriesthat The Activities a Award wentto Honor CourtJunior 3
solemnized on July ,members -
and Ma family have Just returned was
Thin slices of
tion methods. Cut squash after washing Into have been made since 1959. Rick Wheeler, and The Athletic the wedding party and
summer squash add Interest half Inch slices and blanch In from a tour of duIn\; of
"If you do not believe In something Award to Mike Wrinkle. at the horn I
.to mixed green salads and are. boiling water for 3 1/2 minutes. you can never achieve The science award went to Girl Scout Troop 83 Germany. relatives gathered
equally welcome In fresh veg- Chill In cold water for 5 min anything" he said. Todd Maxfield biology awardto held a Court of Awards Banquet Thank go out to the merchant of the brfdegroOllmother,

etable relish rays. Yellow utes. Drain. Pack Into containers "When the Pilgrims arrived Susan Baker,, English wardto Monday June 5, In the of Keystone who made Mrs. Lena Clemens at Hill-
squash cooks quickly In a didn't Community Church educational the reception for the centers crest for an outdoor rehearsal
leaving one-half inch here they go looking for
Vicky WhIdden math award
small amount of boiling water building. and their parents possible on ,uDIJ8r.)
headspace. Seal! and store at a house with air conditioning, Paul Lelno
to and the social: June 4.We Among those from out of town
Itself The opening flag Sunday .
and (is delicious by or or how close they could get to ceremonywas
In combination with other veg- zero. the nearest shopping center.. studies award went to Larry conducted by the sixth grade certainly are glad to hear attending t the wedding were Mrs."
Carrol. that Bill Belote Is back home Louise Nelson of Jacksonville,
etables. Girl Scouts and the devotionwas
they an axe and started cut-
I'm sure you have your favorite ting go wood to build a house The girl's athletic award wentto given by Miss Karen Brun following recent tests at the sister of Mrs. Clemens and
Debbie Bleasdale and the student Anderson niece
A. Gainesville. Miss Joanne ]
of steaming squash son.
How Is cake flour different the speaker said.
either whole or sliced with from all-purpose flour? Cake Navy Seaman Apprentice In a brief message, Salutatorian to government Peter award was given After the dinner, Mrs. Hen-. Stephen Brokas left Friday also Mr. and Mrs. John Allen
onions'or but there Morgan schel expressed her appreciation June 9, for graduate studiesat of Mechanlcsvllle N. Y. ,John
plain are flour, milled from soft wheat, George D. Kelly Jr., son of Cindy Scales told about Mike Wrinkle dedicated the brother's best
other ways too. One of the D. Kelly to the following who helpedthe Appalachia State College In was his man
and Mrs. George
Is lower In protein than all- Mr. two things she thinks are Important graduation to'' the
of John Allen
parents and
easiest Is to steam whole and troop through the Boone N. C. Also leaving for Mr. and Mrs.
.. purpose) and usually Is not Sr. of Route I I. Lawtey, graduated : knowledge and friendship Ricky Anthony Parades. "On yearlGilroy Allen
Mrs. George
Brunson Nancy Reed the summer session Is Micky Mr. and
training at the ,
with butter fine' and from recruit
serve or margarine enriched. It's very Center, In "For one tAt have 'a friend, this day of graduation we stand Fran Abies, Pat Parsons, and Brakes who will return to the left Tuesday for a trip to South.
In Naval
center slice and sprinkle uniform and makes tender, delicate Training j
and lemon mix cakes. Great Lakes. one must first be a friend proud and tall In remembrance also all mothers who helpedIn Univ. of Term at Chattanooga, Florida, and also a visit,.toDlsne
pepper on himself" she said. of our fellow classmatu Rickey Mrs. Ruth Beck gradauted World. ,
top He Is a 1969 graduate of N. the cookie booths. :Thanks /
One of our company dishes B. Forest Senior nigh Jacksonville Principal Charles Rider pre Anthony Parades to whom" this were also given to Mr. and May 31 from the Bradford Vo-

when I was In school was stuffed Fin, and attended theUniversity sented the Community Church service Is dedicated Wrinkle Mrs. Dan Forsythe for accompanying : .Tech School of Cosmetology.She .

crooked neck. We would steam To get the most food value ( of Florida Gainesville Women's Scholar ship Award totaling the troop to Faver will take her State Board Junior GolfProgram

medium size squash Just sligh- from potatoes, cook them wholeIn Fla., $300 to Larry Meng- Dykes States Park and to Carol exam In July In Winter Ha
ledorf who was not present for Donahoo for her help as co- ven. Meanwhile she will be
It would Is
tly so still hold Its their Jackets. Boiling as the NEWS NOTES Set
-- ceremonies. His father received leader. associated: with Dot's Beauty\;
shape slice thin on one side little water as possible saves
of bulb and scoop out section the most vitamins. Navy Petty officer third class The the Keystone award for/him. By Helen v. fcgmn Three special Junior Troop'' Nook. Mon. June '19
Heights Woman's ,
with seeds. Mix this with corn- Thomas R. Talley son of Mr. Camper Badges were awardedto The Keystone Little League
bread stuffing or herbed cru- and Mrs. Jim B. Talley of Club. annual $200 scholarship Rusty; Forsythe Nancy Hen' celebrated the close of the sea

tons and put back In 'squashand Starke Is In the Eastern went to Priscllla Ma. FELLOWSHIP CLUB schel!, and Kim Donahoo. son with a weiner roast Mon Monday, June 19, 9 am starts
top with bacon strip Just Baking custard? Try substituting Pacific aboard the destroyerUSS Dodd. Cindy Scales re-- :Badges and membership stars day. Their last game was Sat., the first of seven consecutive
celvd The luncheon and
the Llonette regular
large enough to cover stuffing: two leftover egg yokes Sarsfleld. Award. were presented to Alicia Antes, June 10, with Kim's Shell team weeks of play In the'North
Patty Drew and Jack meeting of the Key-
miller program
In Tonda Barton Linda Bedell a* winner. Each player received -
and bake. Klnda makes your for one whole egg It works. Leaving Mayport, Fla., Central program
Jr. stone Fellowship Club heldon
were honored by American was Karen and Barbie Brunson She-' signifying team '
went a trophy the Nor-
mouth water just to think aboutIt early May Ms ship through which Is sponsored by
Legion Post June 8 at 12:30 In the Lions
the Panama Canal and Joined 202. From the : ryl Donahoo Cheryl and Cin- and year he played. The main, them Chapter Fla. PGA and the

There are several squash Caramelize means to heat sugar the carrier USS Saratoga In Florida Region were Paul Lei- Club. Following the luncheonand dy Ekenbarger, Anne Finlayson, trophy which Is held by Mc Gainesville Sun.
or food containing sugar no, Todd Maxfield and Pris- a short business meeting. Tommy and Janet Kay Realtor was awarded to
casseroles or you might substitute the South China Sea. The Sars Forsythe It is open to all boys and
squash for eggplant In til a brown color and characteristic field Is the Saratoga's des- presided over by Vice President Debbie Hazen, Connie Hudson, Kim's Shell Station. girls In the following age
flavor develops according Mitts Kersey, there was Vala Huenlnk Lea Mrs. Foster Howell has Just
your favorite or add more eggs troyer escort off the coast of Jasmine groups: under 10, 10-11 12-13
and have a souffle.Squash is one to the U.S.'Department Vietnam. Mental HealthTechnicians' Be an open A Friend.discussion: The of "Hoi to Kathy Martin, Marie McLen- returned from a trip to Griffin 1415. 16 and 17. (You cannot

of those vegetables that can be of Agriculture. Enroute to Vietnam he had concluded with song meeting test, don Lyn Myers Caroline and and Atlanta Ga. have reached your 18th birth-

fixed so many ways but do not liberty In Pearl Harbor Mid- To with Mrs. Janet,Lamm at the Elizabeth Parsons, Donny Reed, Mr. and Mrs. James Houser day by August 7.)
overlook the delight of eating It e ev e way Island Guam and Sublc Kathy Redfearn, Joyce Roberts, of Hobe Sound were weekend All tournaments will be played

raw either In salad or on a The June gradual H Irreto Bay In the Republic of the Begin Training piano.Friends Invited to Linda Rufflnl! Sharon Stein- guests of his sister Miss Ger-. on Mondays with the exception
dB his thing. The are meta, Annete Stewart,and Beth trude Houser. which will be
relish tray as mentioned. own /: nnly Philippines. In the Game Fun Day to be s of July 5 playedon
trouble IK .. wife Is the former Walrath. \f"oXy'iferf Batts David The
Summer squash Is low' In Hurling Mimehixly Tall Wednesday. followingIs
held at 1:30 June 22
calories but contains'' a good 'willing to pay him for iU Miss Pam Tye of Lawtey. Bradford County Is IncludedIn at the Lions p.m.Club.on Members Eight sixth graderl'were Burkhalter, Wayne Kuykendalland the Itinerary: 'June 19, Key-,
complimented on their capableand Mike Murrhee left Sundayfor
10 county area Comprehensive stone Heights; June 26, Palat
Community Mental Health and others attending will pro- enthusiastic participationIn two weeks training of the
ka; July 5, Macclenny; July 10;
mental health vide a small wrapped gift for the Junior scouting ?.92nd U-
Center In which program Army Transportation Green Cove Springs July 17,
Army Private Lawrence W. a prize and a social: hour will ;
GAINESVILLE technicians will begin trainingIn and were presented with their nit of Palatka In Klngsland. 24 '
West End Gainesville July
; ,
Batten Jr., 18. whose parents follow In charge of Ed and LIl- Cacl tte. Girl Scout handbooksand
live July. Wllliston; July 31, open; August
on route 1, Starke recently ly Roberts. Ga.Congratulations
Presetly the 10 county area wished many happy years are In order -
7 Starke. All play will beginat
completed eight weeks of which three facilities will be Meetings of this club as well of scouting, by Mrs. Donahooand for Charlie James and Barbara 9 with the exception
basic training at Ft. Jackson the Starke Senior Citizens a.m.
Business as Mrs Henschel.' Allen will be
has psychiatric They mar-
serving seven
DirectoryAUTO S. C. AARP of the Starke play, August 7./
and the Melrose will be
lie' received Instruction personnel and in he future Those who earned a special ried June 20 at the Skylark This will finish up the tour'
drill and ceremonies In the area will have one tech- continued during the. summer award for selling over 60 box- Restaurant In Perry. nament with a banquet and a-

weapons, nician for every 5,000 .com- months. es of cookies were; Anne Fin- Mrs. Adelaide Hudson of wards.

SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES map reading combat tactics munity members. layson, Donny Reed Janet For Columbus, Ga. and Dot Col- Transportation and supervision -

military courtesy military The center Is mainly for emotionally COMMUNITY CHURCH sythe, Alicia Abies Sheryl Ibis of Manchester, Term and will be provided by adults.
Justice first aid, and army Sunday June 11, was Youth
BRASINGTONCADILLAC distrubed persona Donahoo, .Tammy Forsythe children were recent guests
Interested In entering
history and traditions. that will be administered by Sunday and all parts of the Barbie Brunson, Linda Rufflnl, of Mr. and Mrs. Zane Hud this tournament should contact
Johnson& Paris Inc. Pvt. Batten received his worship service were conduc- I
OLDSMOBILE mental health teams of eight Sharon Stalnmetz Marie Mc- .
Pro 473-4540.
training with company C of ted by members of the Youth son.Jim Rodgers
Lendon Karen An-
Brunson retiredLt.
members.The Greek recently
the 2nd 9th Battal- This tournament Is not restricted -
SEEDS PLANTS Brigade's counties sened will each Fellowship Groups which meet nette Stewart, Linda Bedell Col, USAF, and his wife in to club mem
fin", Selection .( Used Can ion have one central mental health every Sunday at 7 and 8 p.m.A Kathy Redlearn, Debbie Ha- Fae, have been visiting his anyway
berships. The public is urgedto
InveeUelde Pet Supellei.If He attended Bradford
.. .Taken On CMIIIae Trades HighlOrtn facility which will be acc.ssable : choir of 16 youngLpeople sang and .Caroline and Eliza. brother-in-law JLmGhees-
I "WIUI VMHIum "" zen, *, sign ,up. This is a golden
241011' : Fhih: .. the morning antheij}. The ser-
N.W 13th b. 'Pb. 17411"Barkley .t hoe resldentsKofTthe, Ington. The Greeks-have
;; purchased
iwokrl' ,FERpltln3 ., In two and bath.Parsons' /SSL opportunity for the youngsters
rr mon was parts was
'r -- *
:: ::1' area.tAlachua'pyedfy'4; I and:; the Wallace'twme on'Lake .
< lo meeb and
: We ,Rent rcrfjlfefr S.readeya .. '*, ..T *"**.. Mi. Union counties will be served delivered 'by Miss Barb ra 'TB* 'jjresenteVr.Mrj.;>> s.,, View''\Drive and.will be new, friends en-
Motors;,IncTOYOTA {B4 .N.W. .SMvml.p" J7S-tm Farris and Ricky warren.'The Henschel with charm brace- Joy themselves with good clean
Private Bruc:. '''.' Scott- 19,' by the present mental health' moving from Tabb Va: the end fun
son of Mrs. Edna Scott, route clinic facility In Gainesville. invocation was given by Wes let and signed autograph bookIn of this month. Welcome.to Key

GLASS 2, Starke recently completed Lafayette Suwannee Hamilton ley Brewer and the Lord'sPrayer appreciation for having stone,'Jim and f'ae.

eight weeks of basic training and Columla will be served was led by Miss Patti served the past three yearsas Phil Knuth former residentand -....-=-
4 wheel drtvw and carl at Ft. Jackson S, C. by a facility In Live Oak. Levy McGIave. Ken Bonner and Cindy their leader. principal of Keystone recently -

Sale, Part. Service He received Instruction In Dixie and Cllchrlst will also Turknett led the respond- Mrs. Redfearn expressed received the Lions State S.E. MCKAY
Clean Vied Teyetas LIDDELLGlais drill and ceremonies,weapons. have a central facility There slve reading/ and the Apostle's thanks on behalf of all the
Creed. parents to Mrs. Donahoo and Crusader,Award for services REALTOR
1700 N. Main '378-1260 map reading combat tactics will be two day-careoperations.

Ice, first aid, and army history for persons not requiring full-. Mrs. Henschel. rendered above and beyond the Keystone lift. 473.4816
Beauty Academy Company and traditions. time hospitalization, one lit the PERSONALS The girls were reminded of call of duty.Leonard .
The l97lgraduatc of Bradford Northern and Southern areas of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sheets the Keystone Day Camp, June Jones and Charlie

POWELL'SB ."Glu. For Every Purpo e" High School received his train- the 10 county region. and children of New Brighton.Pa. 26-30. Mrs. Rowe is directorand McClave have Just returned HOMES. ACREAGES

Store Fronts--Mirrors Ing In company" C, 9th Battal- The Community Mental Health have been visiting their Scouts may call her for from Atlanta Ga. where they; RENTALS
S Tub Enclosunea: -Showers parents and grandparents Mr. Information at 473-4086. attended in
auty Academy ion 2nd Brigade. Center represents a change of a course Emergency -
Furniture Top Olas Replaced method In the care of persons and Mrs. Lester Sheets. While Note: Mrs. Henschel has several Care at the Peachttee Orthopedic -

Leant a Frofantan ,In Your -- with emotional disturbances As here they made trips to several dishes and requests if Clinic Pa., sponsoredby II'.. M.lb.II..n 471-4740

Spore Time. Pull or ran TIme NEW LOCATION U.S. Air Force Technical of July 1, the Baker Act of 1971 places of Interest In Central anyone is missing any, call the Civil Defense fOil J."pbjn.oa.Ch!...lnilon.7J79(
*lorica. her at 4733552.: p '';h C.IT :7.M.:
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus E.Cov-
219 N.W. 101:23'7112'188: Sergeant Loyd C. Wood Jr., (II product of the bride Legislature ,
Mrs. Martha Beam Is
1228 So.' Main Gainesville Ion of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd C. ) will be In effect and ex

ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC Wood of RU I 1. Brooker has will provide that no persons Bradford County!lOOn Hospital.from Mil
372-8191 372.1102 AFB will be directly admitted to one
arrived for duty at McCoy
of the regional mental hospitals Ida Gentry Is still a patient 4' rvc.tLex

Fla.Sergeant such as the North East there.
Wood, a Jet engine _
Mrs. Sara McDonald la
Motor Repair Co.Of MOTORCYCLES mechanic is a member of the Florida State Hospital at Mac- pat- toh
>AU* ..NB IIIVICI lent In'Memorial Hospital In )
but will Instead
Air A- clenny seek
CkUnecvflle. !*o. Strategic Command Jacksonville as her son and
merica's nuclear: deterrent and receive help at "com-
Repattn* Rew1i llnw luauasa force of long range bombers munity-based" centers which family' reside ]In that city.
An Mrs. Janet Lamm has
New and Use. received -
fieei.Ay1k' and Intercontinental ballistic will be available. These centers -
word from Mrs. Helen
Mia N. W.. lBtt> Ph., 3730M 'Fb l'---a- missiles. He previously servedat will provide out-patient Tillman, a former Keystoner, 0I
Fairchild AFB. Wash. care day-care consultation
: ; ,
I that she has been hospitalized,
The is 1960 educational services a crisis
sergeant a graduate I
MOVERS ;:;.i!;'=it of Englewood High School center with 24-hour telephone but Is improving. Mrs. Lamm
Is anticipating a plane visit
Ard0&1EQllr Jacksonville Fla. His wife, Patricia service and short-term in-
to Mrs. Tillman. ,
.' Lane- DUUnce. MovltifStorage nADIl Is the daughter of Troy patient care, for the persons

-. Packing. "'--. .*.rNe.wr ....-........ Thomas 4905 Mulberry Road, who are expected' to rJCed"this. Mrs. Mary In Alachua Schaefer General Is a

CraliBg SWppng. E 372:9527' Gainesville. The number of persons requir- patient Hospital. !-
ing full-time care Is expected'
free Estimates CaU -
4TCOMCT C'1..t.,
-- to be reduced because accord- _

MUSIC. Navy Seaman Aldrey Mc- Inn to Dr. Robert CervaU. Dir

Rae son of Mr.. and Mrs. ector: of the center. "It has Post 202 Will

IALDWIN Mack M. McRae of Route 2, been found In other Mental Install V
Starke, Is on his way to the Health Centers that EARLYINTER'Eft110N

PIANOS:& ORGANS Mediterranean guided missile Sea frigate aboardthe USS major purposes of a(Cone community of the If you're old enough to want

Van Servic Inc. center) In an emotional distur-
CHOICE OF William H. Standley.
THE ARTISTS bance frequently prevents development -
His left homeport atMayport New officers of Key. *- your own telephone
it* VJK. G'Y Ie ship of a sever disor- Melrose American Legion Post ,
and .Is
Wald.tU. June 5th
on "
ata7t.43i ..eaaththtt escorting the aircraft car- der. 202 will be installed at a special you're old enough to want
meeting to be held Thursday

AUTO ,SALES SERVICE MUSIC Co. rier USS America. Personalised gifts June 15, following a supper your own typewriter.There

C'vllle for members and guestat "
BLOUNT PONTIAC Sapping Clr. 372-535 for Father's Day 7:30:

GUS, INC. ... MOVIES- Most gifts for dad can Arthur Wheeler will be the
Farm ..
' and Industrial take on a more meaningful new Post Commander, and others romra a lime In your life of I he..ork you haw 10,k.. \ttunling)'''iirn",itepmrilvn,
Iidl Equipment air with Just a little creativity to be Installed at this when ill of a sudden privacy And wmuhnw! jou'll find Th<*men.wt nf u",klnl(wuya

For example: If dad'slucky time are: James F. Drew reallycounts. )'a.r.vlld/.ntcit.:: "umthinuuh.mtwhlmynnr" .
301 DRIVE-IN THEATRE You need to he alone In And doing it i.fu.tvrh.wp..nt.
enough to receive a 1st Vic Commander Mi' ,IH.TUUW Kith... flwtrlr
Huge lizard from South A.merles' ; your own pi ace. ) an Whirhmuld.tan gti u lung
. color TV for Father's Day Denmark, 2nd Vice Commander ll'ithyour own thing*. purtahle.vt'vnahtginnvrrun. 'Kiiy iuiinlKi'llingyinitluii
Santa Fe Tractor, Jungles along with why not have a small plaque C.H. Haberstroh Finance Officer You want your convcrMtlon KVt tul'I"| !tw,....'UK fllKl UM h'I"I.h".
Factory Authorised hordes of frogs toads, snakes, engraved to Packard with)our(rlendii to'he junt .writing by hiind.. Atlhvvir))' ('.. .)'"''it
"Made R.J.
and form read especially ; Chaplain thatnot nlherinK.We Other, IhlngHcim! hltl'I'n| | ..un<>xlcn.l Pontiac FORD east alligators In' part of the for ." The plaquecan Robert J. Weir Adjutant; ton.UkL'scI.ngennimpnnv." J..I "."...ml...."h'nIIt''n.' .
Frogs. internatLolal'a then be affixed to the Fred Clark Sergeant-at-Arms; Which brings WI to your Bvraum.If IK' ..1 l mini lhul\ aking.nhinminik.lymh.. ,'
Sole..P.'t..Set1rlce Farm Tractors: A Implement film adventure mi.npellallwJamn.pvllml/ l lJimt B3O
and Gordon Baker Service Of- own!'pewrltel' *n< toaxk.
210 opening Friday and Saturday at set.If Year own typewriteruyi ank.In.Iw corrvrlvd.
N. Metl"Gelne.vllle he's 1
VIED,.EQUIPMENT: : the 301 Drive-In Theatre with a Jogger. a new, fleer. you're...lInll''rioua' You'll find, >uurrn>aliIv
Fla., Monster from sweat suit with his name Frank Williams Bradford .land"netbrheleftalonel). thaughtawonl.tip away. fromyou. ,
SALES PART 8E&WIII "Yog Space embroidered across the back County Civil Defence: Director: Alter all when people hear. .burauw" a typvw" rltvr! rvallyimtunH
372.2583'TRAILERS7 A suspenseful crania describing would certainly add to his will speak on "Americanism.'* th.tappetytapol typewriter. lo>'ou-actually accept,*
44M N. W. Ut 374343GAINESVILLE. the battle of a Florida they lgur.your.Into"Home- vvvry I tilts OH fan a*it romt'ft up.thinII' .
Individuality. Other guest expected to attend
important and aulom.tlAnd then a little! miracle'
family; against a mighty Invasion
FLA. of Of course Jewelry gifts the Installation Include: Frank cell)'.leer away from you. called trguniwtkmcanoccur.t
deadly swamp creatures can easily bs engraved. Reyes Past Department Com- Beside*,when your. ott.n \\"nah.a" haIryans.youcangetItpewr.learisitlingthem \ .
.-..p*.*...*VICE; "Frogs" protrays the lizards ',ande Calvin Cray 5th District ., a feeling olconli.lvnceyou. "-.

Fulfil' MtUfe.. M M as part of the "mob scene"as gangster days Chicago .when Commander, and several )'than won't "twliete. SMITHCORONA.SeeThem '. ,
they move against the humans AI Capone was crime czar In anyone eiw)e/remindingyol' So drop hint or two about .
fRee Reply. ft SuppffM. Isc: from the wilderness OM 1920's starring Jason Ro others. Wives of members

f"- Authorized U.al.rs! F'OIE Sunday Monday and Tuesday bards, George Segal. Jean an Invited to attend.A At

*S2eN.C. Waldo Itd *.oInl cih.imSi nights at 'the 301 theatre will Hale and Ralph Meeker opens move I tirlerway to re-
Oh. premelre "Dream of Cassanov at the Florida Theatre organic the Auxiliary unit,and
c.sval. 37S4SSIlalecfarvMelfeMeJi .,l*( Healing ,, .Alt Coodliiwiinji Friday members
potential are encouraged
and "KJss Me Quick" and Saturday with "The: Hot
Equip. Both movies are rated X, and Rock: ," -to attend the supper and THE :

ftetMeft/ ee lev M .... *M e.yWee. Suppli.-Awnloi I.D., will be required. A story of t the romantic adventures meeting. .' TELEGRAPH ,.
/etlan -''''CMlilla Ail Installed$6o. Member )t the Poet will
vN. ........ o.et.PM Conditioning and mis-adventures pleased to know that tie: building ( vii
Ail Mah.aS ')t .. FLORIDA THEATRE a group of International airlinestewardesses. AUTHORIZED SMITH CORONA DEALERl'
P_ Mler' > ,.".., 4)00 N... 6tk St..*: ClMvill "The a St. Vabnti i '. Day "Swedish Fly has been purchased and tile 'It'll '
"""'*'Wvp -. -. y .J78-9902 Massacre," 20th Century Fox's GIr.." American International horn 1s now owned .by Key

Mnat..w blunt story about the hectic: exlciting new film, stoM-Melros Post 202.

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Bishop Pace Vol. 93 No. 46 2nd Section June IS, 1972 I


Area Golf TournamentsStarke's Colonial Takes LeadIn

'Harold Bishop has Wed three the last five a 76 the third day. But It was ment championships under his City; Invitational a big area SoftballIn

been setting a torrid pace on for the national tourna good enough for a one stroke Met. Bishop blew a six-inch tournament, Bishop nreda two- Women's
area link this summer, enter- meet He played for the national win over Skip Murray. putt on the 14th hole on the under-par 70 the first second then
Ine 'six Invitational golf tournament amateur title In Seattle in Then came the Macclenny; Invitational second day of play In the Cecil shot a par-72 the day
*, winning four, and fin 1967 In Dallas In 1968, and where Bishop shot a Field Invitational In Jackson- to beat Bo Williams of Ocala: last week's women's slow a 5-4 contest that was decided Norman's 8. Pay Rayburn was
ishing second to the two other*. In 1970 flnUhed sixth In Chic 71-75-146 and won In sudden vine. Riding a three stroke by one stroke for the title. pitch softball action Colonial In the bottom of the seventh the top hitter for the winner

'Last weekend Bishop, 26 and &IO.1bIa year's national match death over Dan Jenkins of Lake lead with nYe holes to go. Bishop Havng finished no lower than.eeoncllnev.rytournamenthe' Florist took over undisputed toning In Women's play Tues going 2-for-3. For Norman'
UVIng at Klngsley Lake" finished 1*. setln Indlananoll Indiana. City.; blew the tournament wally possession of 1st place by day. June 6. Jamie Caldwell was 3-for-S.
second the Femandlna Beach Bishop began his summer's Then he came home to Starke Mtzell of Jacksonville adged entered. Bishop has dominatedthe winning two games and keeping Blalock's took a 2-0 lead by Cookie Mundorff 2-for-4.

tournament Bishop shot 74- action by winning the Azalea for an easy stroke win In the him by one stroke for the title. ,am golf scene this summer their record untarnished with plating two run In the second
73-73 for a 220 total in the Festival Tournament In Palat- Strawberry Invitational, shootIng "Needless to say that taughtme as has no other golfer. four wins. Norman's tallied one In the COLONIAL
54-hold event. But Jackson 6677firing sub-par rounds too 6772139. a lesson." The competition Is now finding Norman's Farm andl ville's Skip Murray was better before ballonlng a With three straight tourna- Two weeks ago: In the Lake out where Bishop plans to play, Drugs are virtually tied for In the top of the sixth Norman's 4

the first two days, card- then going elsewhere. second place. Norman's lost scored three times to In the second game Colonial
Ing 72-7175 for a :218 total to1M Bishop has been coaching at the only game they played last take a 4-2 lead. Then Blalock'sin Florist took over sole possession
by two strokes. Forrest High School In Jack- week while Koch's split a pair their halt of the sixth tied of first place with their
True to his word of last S. Discount Wins Bantam sonville. The son of Mr. and of games. it up on a key two out hit by third straight win against no

fall, Bishop concentraed on his Mrs. H.A. Bishop of Starkeis Pam Macy. Norman' failed defeats by handing the first
golf and for a former all football to score In the top of the sev
game was ready state BLALOCK'S halt Champs a 13-4 defeat In
this summer's tournament player at Bradford High. He 5NORMAN'S enth. Ginger Bleasdale led off June 6.The '
play. His game Is going nicelynow Second Half Championship also playedbaeketbaHandbase- 4 with a single for Blalock's to Florist team scored six
Blalock's meat Market pickedup start off the bottom of the seventh
he said Tuesday night. ball Young' Bishop grew up times In the second toning to
He'll keep practicing four or with the Starke country club Its first win of the second and scored on a wild throwon lead 6-0.

aVe times a week and playing Southern Discount laid claimto ning the second half. There will Greg Waklns going 3-for-4 and and learned his game before halt by handing Norman's its the next play.
first loss of the second half In Blalock's collected 9 hits tr At the end of 4 Colonial
&I often a* he can. the high school had a golf team. Innings -
the second half title In Ban- now be a best twd of three Mike Kitchens going 3-for-3.
led 9-4 and made It 13-
Next action la the June 23
tam Boys Baseball as they were series played between Discount Bruce Wolfred swung the big
4 by scoring four time In the
qualifying rounds for the 1972
almost unbeatable to second half and coke to determine the stick for Coke hitting one out
\ The loss Koch'
Public Links Tournament In on their way to a play-off league Champ of the park and Mtting the (fence
Jacksonville.,BI.hoP.has. oual- berth with Coca Cola. win anotner lot a double. Stu Undefeated Civitans record at 2-2 good for third
The second is scheduledfor place.
game the put
Dforount, won three fame Rayburn was Barbara Ilolllngsworth led
In the final week of play with Friday! June 18, at 7:30 Rayburn was the winning pitcher Colonial going 4-for-4 Diane
DiscountWins the third one being the clincher p.m. If a third game Is necessary Greg Watkins the loser. Jordan was 2-for-4.

a 7-5 win over Coke, It will be played Monday, Still Jane Powell, 2-for-2, and
the first half champ. June 19, at 7:30 p.m. DISCOUNT 20 Leading Junior Judy Young 2-for-3, led
Going Into the final week of BPOE Koch's.
play three of the four leagues GAMES PLAYED JUNE 5-9: Southern Discount went on a
team had the opportunity; to COKE II Rampage In this game scorIng
POLICESOn 13 runs In the Initial toning KOCH'S DRUGS 22

,Play-Off take but the only second Discount half championship took advantage Mon., June 5, Coke brokea and waltzing to a 20-6 Boys Softball LeagueS BARRETT'S 2

of it. 4-game losing skein and at the 1 win on June 6. Koch's Drugs took only three
The wi n moved Discount Into .
Discount lost only two same time broke a4-eamewln. Innings to whip Barrett's Con.
the second half, while gamesto the Ing skein of*police by rapping first place, displacing Policeat no team was able to put a innings only to have Branding! offensively with a 3torper. crete Product 22-2 via the 20
OpenerSouhern other three teams all ended up Police 11-8. that spot.Discount dent In Civltan's armor as the Iron score five times In the formance. Randall Thomas and run ahead rule In Women's
with five losses. The loss was a bIg one for collected 13 base local civic club sponsored team 6th for a 7-6 lead. Forsyth' Lester Johns were 2-for-3.Mr. Softball play Thursday, June
Coca Cola won the first half Police as they were battling for hits with Keith Kelley going' 4- racked up two more win and In the bottom of the sisth scored Otto's had but six hits and Mat 8.
Discount Is one win and could have claimed the the second half championship. for-4 and Harley Ingle 3-for- are now 5-0 and continues to twice to regain the lead 87. Swain had two of them. Kocb' scored five In the
away from being the 1972 Ban leauge championship by win- Police outhlt coke 8-4 with 3. lead Junior Boy' Slow Pitch Branding Iron made the game first In the second and 12 In
tam Champion after a Monday Jeff Jockel led BPOE,going Softball. go Into extra innings by platIng the third and still had no outs
opening play-off win. of 2-for-3. Donald Lott was the The Branding Iron Restaurant one In the 7th only to. see PlaygroundSessions In that Inning to win the game.
them best two of three in a convincing : .A winning pitcher Chub Johnson ( / split a pair of game Forsyth win it In the tnn. Koch's had 16 hit and Bar-
manner 13-1, over, : ,. the loser.DISCOUNT. but still moved to second place Korsyth's had 12 hits and rett's contributed about that
the first half champs Coca In the standing. The Jaycee were led by Steve Algteres, many\ errors.
Cola. 10 lost their only game and Terry Box, Tony Oaten, and Gloria Crews
and Debbie Mitchell .
Discount plated two runs In POLICE 7 dropped to third 1 place. Ricky Thomson each gettingtwo Open Mon. led Koch's
the bottom of the first and the Police were dealt a crip- Forsyth Plumbing split a pair hits. Kevin Meng Mike going 3-for-.4.
two were enough to win the 1 pling blow to their chances of of games and are currently In Osteen, Jerry Dampler, and Judy Carolyn Redding Linda Powell,

game. Discount wrapped the winning the second half as Discount fourth place. Mr. Otto's anchor Don Wheeler had a hit each. Recreation Dept, Summer Playground each had Young 2 hits., and Pam Woods

game up in the third Inning came one step closer to the cellar with a record For the losers Arthur Masters Programs opens Alberta Stroud. Carol Kouba
sending 13 batters to the plate claiming the second half stopping of 0-5. Don Nettles, and AI Mas-, Monday June 19. .,and Patricia Geiger had Bar-
and scoring nine "of them. on Police' 10-7 on June 7. SCHEDULEThur; June IS,. tars each had two hits. Randall 'Sunime'r 'Playground ',-rott's-Shits.. -.-
five hits. Going totd'the\ game these two 5:30 I>.m.CMtan. vs Branding Thomas, Tommy Miller Eugene The conduMfcd St The win Koch's
by the gave a record -
-Discount"'had'nlne' Mild"'andwere teams '' Johns, and Roger Bennett Program
for June
we 'vlrtually tied iron( Tues., 20, 7 of 32. Barrett'
will Is
arke Recreation>8ept, open 04.
ad had It each.CIVITAN'S .
led by Wade Winkler. first place. p.m. Jaycees vs Branding Iron a Monday
for a six week period ,
Mike Dykes, each two-for- The game was nip and tuck 8:30: p.m., Mr. Otto' vs For 31 June 19 through Friday,June 28.
three. Bill Lundy B Roger all the way but Discount was sythh.CIViTANS FORSYTH 4 A* Previously reported the COLONIAL 17BLALOCK'S
.Mltzel. Harley Ingle, Jerry never behind. Each team had 5
sessions 9-11:30a.m.:
The Clvltans ran their record morning ,
Blalock, and Steve Brooker, seven hits. Keith Kelley led 5 to 5-0 trouncing Forsyth Monday Friday will be Programmed Colonial Florist plated 17
had one hit. Mike Nettles was the winners going 2-tor-2.Jer. JAYCEES 0 Plumbing 31-4 June 7 In Junior for youngster age run on the strength of 12 base
the loser Blalock was 2for3. The Clvltans Club won Its
two-for-two for ry Boys' Softball. 4-6. hits and 15 Blalock errors and
and Pat Mun- For the loser Greg Watkins fourth win against no defeats
Brace W9% red Clvltan collected 27 base trounced the Meat Market girls
dorff had the other two Coke was 3-for-4. Wade Winkler* hutting out the Jaycees 5dIn hits In the five Inning conte.twhile Afternoon sessions, 1:305:30: 17-5 In lye traitors In Women'
hits. the winning pitcher Dinky Kll- Junior boys play on June 6. p.m. will be Programmed for Softball June
Winkler pitched a fine by the loser. The loss was the second for limiting Forsyth's to only boys & girl 712. play Thursday.
Wade Bantam" basaballors ."Ioy, hor..ploy at their annual 5 hits. The winners sent 22 age 8.
mme for Discount,allowed only Jaycees. Activities planned for the Colonial led 3-0
after two
lake outing.Hippies. COKE batten to the plate In s, Marathon -
four hits, walked only one, 13 Clvltans scored once In the
Inning Blalock' scored four
truck out eight, and gave up BPOE 9 second and then plated four 2nd Inning scoring 16 times. afternoon session Include the
David Kllby and Eddie Blalock following, archery, air rifle, times In the third to take a
only one run. Richard Hall Coke out lasted BPOE 13-9 runs In the fifth with the aid of
4-3 lead. Colonial then soared
hurled the first 2 1/2 Innings In a hitter's game on June 8. several errors and an Inside were the games leading hitters tennis, tranpollne softball
CunninghamTied each going 5-for-6 and each volley ball topple ball shuffleboard 14 runs In the third and fourth
walked homer Joey
hits the park by
gave struck 19 hit were recorded In the having two inside the park homers pingpong arts & to win it 17-5.
four, out two and was 10 Coke 9 by BPOE, Kathy Seeley led Colonial
game, by ken.The outhlt Clvltan Randy Crews was 4-for- crafts Indoor games, and various -
charged with 11 runs and the BPOE hit three circuit clouts Jaycees playground going 4-for-4. Barbara Brown
Lead 5 while brother 3- games.Tournaments
For Men's Andy was
loss. Stu Rayburn relieved Hall Coke one 7-5 had runners on base every and Cissy Long had 2 hit*.
pitched 2 2/3 innings gave up Mike Nettles led Coke Batters inning but were unable to take for-5. and contests Blalock' had 10 hits and were
two hits, walked three, struck going 3-for-4 and hitt advantage of thelropportunlties Terry Fox was 3-for-3 for will be periodically scheduled led by the 3-for-3 performance
out one and allowed two runs. The Hippies and Cunning vim Danny McKinney Mike home run. Jackson Eddie Blalock and Joey Bak- Forsyth's. throughout the program A pet of Jan Searle.
These two teams will meet ham are all tied up after four Smith and Emmett Akrk ge had P evattland Pat Mundorff had ken were the winners top hitters .- show hobby show, and doll show

'again Friday night In a db-or- games of play In the Men's two Ms each to pacethe 2 hits. each going 2-for-3. Andy BRANDING IRON 27 are among the schedule events. STANDINGS (thru June 8)):
for Coke.: Recreation Softball League. losers. Crew had a base hit. For the MR. OTTO'S 2
dle situation led BPOE going Colonial Norman's 2-1
LaW Keith Kelley ,
The 2nd The eventsto
With each undefeated.This game saw lY losers Ed Watts and Bill Brown Branding Iron RestaurantwonIts following special
3-for-3. Gene Tanner was 3- Koch's 3-2. Blalock'a 1-3.Bar.rett'
held afternoon
Blast be on Friday
Branding Iron 177. 2-tor-3. Getting single two setbacks .
third against
the including game .
will change a* two for-4 a home run. have been scheduled: Friday 0-4.
team scheduled to meet Lawtey outhlt Branding Iron Jeff Jockel also ho hits were Ken Fuquay.Ran In a '"Vel') convincing SCHEDULE June 15
his first. : Thur
June 23, Friday
4 Golfers skating party; ;
:: 16-7 with Mike Crawford wenta Otto'sto
dal Curtis, Fuquay. 27-2 over Mr.
> each other Thursday June 15. perfect four-for-four at the mered his second of the year. June 30, swimming party; 7:30: p.m.Barrett's Vs Nor
Lead Local Cunningham Gulf earned a plate. Skip Crawford went Jimmy Harper In his pitching FORSYTH Junior Boys play dune 8. Friday July 7, field day; Fri- man; 9 p.m. Blalock's vs
share of first place as they three-tor-four. Rex Balles and debut went all the way and IRON 8 Mr. Otto's had pitching problems day July 14, fishing trip i Koch's; Tues. June 20, 7:30
brought their< rwmrri to 4-0 picked up the win. Chub Johnson BRANDING as they gave up 14 hits cook-out Fri July 21 swimming p.m. Norman's vs Koch's; 9
James Fender had two hits evened it The
PlayFour Forsyth Plumbing and 12 bases on balls.
Tourney William Jewelry- Barrett's Colonial
downing for Branding Iron. was the loser. party, Friday 28, workon p.m. vs
Community; Bank 16-2 Monday record at 2-2 by edging Brand- defense committed numerous Grand
night, June 12. The Hippie won their 4th BPOE 17POLICE Ing Iron 9-8 In an 8-lnnlng contest miscues. Finale.
quarter finalists will Kenneth Carlton led his teamto game with a 13-3 decision over 7 June 8 to Junior boys soft- The win moved the Restaurant On the evening of Friday.
compete, for the final play off Branding Iron. The Iron men team Into second place.Al .
I victory as he went three- BPOE put out Police Dept's July 28,playground participants UnionLegion
j this weekend In the annual for-four at the plate Includ- were never In It as they could last possible chance for the led 6-2 after five Masters led the winner will put on the summer Grand

'SUrke Golf and Country Club ing a home run In the second manage only' three run on five second half whopping Police 4- Finale from 6-8 pjn. This
Championship play. Inning. Terry Hardee also had hits while the Hippies were 17-7 on the strength of 16 event will consist of various
Bill Adams beat Richard Rob three hits for the winner including collecting 13 settles Harvey base hit*. awards 4 recognitions! and a
erts, Clyde Terwilliger ruled two triples.Fred Wheeler Smith and Gary Melvin had three The BPOE batter had their program which will be highlighted -
over Randy Jones, Blsh Bishop Calvin Varnes, and Ricky hits each for the Hippies and hitting shoes on June 9 and by a playground circus
beat Marian Elder and Hal Bennett had two hits each.Don- Tom Clark got two hits. Rex. were popping anything the Police In which the kid will portray Splits
Seymour won his match against nle Bagwell led 1* team with Balles led Branding Iron with pitchers threw. animals, etc.Playground.
Dave McCrae In first round two Ita.The two hits Crlbbs and Lee Casey
to become the four quarterfinalists second First StandIng-- (CThur Friday June at participants will
play game saw each had perfect days S R also participate In the honor 2 GamesLake
9)) Hippies 4-0 Cunningham
for the championship Baptist Church shutout Lawtey the plate going 3-for-3. Ed
Gulf 3-0, Lewtey 1-2, lit Bap American Day."THlNCS .
Olght. 17-0 behind the 18 hit barrage Akridge was 3-tor5.: Jeff Joc h.Ii
John Watson and BUI Epps and the perfect four-for-four U.tel-2. WJ/CB 12.Branding kel, Gene Tanner, and Rowland e ARE HAPPINING
the four quarter performance of Jim Duncan. Iron 04.Schedule. Cummings each had two hits. AT THE REC. DEPARTMENTTHIS Butler's American Legion
1 finalists foe the championshipt Wilbur Waters had three hits : Thurs, June 15,Hippies Jockel hit his third homer of SUMMER. DON'T M1SS Post 157 baseball team

and Billy McRae, Jack Kazan, _VS Cusdngham.7:30p.m. the year. For Police who had THE FVr'r" says RecreationDirector 1* 3-3 for the season after
t\\1 John Watson, and Bill Epp* and Carl Rlherd had two hit*. Baptist VS Branding Iron 7 bits, Mike Kitchens went 3- Gene Rayburn. playing a double header against
Will battle It out this weekend Lawtey managed only four 9 p.m. Friday June 18, No for-3 and won the home run Lake City; Monday night and
'tor the first place In,the first hit with Stave Cubbage gettingtwo Games. Monday. June 19, Br- tide, hitting eight winning the first game 7-6 and
J8ht. of the... Raymond Thomas nduvz Iron VSCunnighamCult title, hitting eight. losing the second 2-0.
i In the second flight Delano and Mike Crawford had the 7:30 p.m. Lawtey vs WJ/CC Greg Watkins was the losing we"A TerwillegarWins Larry Brown was the winning

Thomas will play the winner other bit*.. 9p.m. pitcher Ed Akridge the pitcher tor Lake Butler, striking
of the Vernon Silcox and Jack Craudon' Hippies continued winner. out 18 batter, giving eight
Hazen match. Bantam Boys Enjoy t hits and walking *tt: runner
Everybody played their first to lead the men's Recreation SOUTHERN DISCOUNT 7 Golf Tourney
pt! ,; supposedto. Softball League a* they were Thirty five Bantam baseball COKE Lake Butler a* a team had
round' when they were
Second: round catches must undefeated In 2nd half play with player had a ball,at the annual This June 9 game was one 14 hits, with Brett Water and
be completed by June 24. 4-9 record going Into Monday end-of-season. party Discount had to have to wrap y'' Clyde TerwlHegar. Starke Henry' Crews each hitting tor
and cook-out. Ford the annual of them..OWafian.
night June 12.Cunningham. up ae second halt championp dealer won

Gulf was clove at The the party lake; this year wa of held and wrap It up they did Mac, Tammy Raybvm, Kathy Teylor leak Seminole Club golf championship and Crew did a
property June 7 at Meadow
although It was no easy task. and Brown
with 3-0 record. good job hitting
a and Mrs. B.C. Holzendorff InKey.tone on as Jerry Edmonton" Instructs Susan Blalock In .batting Country Club In Jackson bout
y 'On Thursday night June 8, Height We want Coke plated three run In a good job at the mound
yhf lZFh took WJand.. to thank Mr. A Mrs Holzen. the.bottom of the fifth to trail techinlque. villa the team hung put It together -
the Hippie, on Terwillegar won with a lowgross "
Mid.. Coach Paul
came away wun an 18-5 dorff for allowing the Pec.Dept 6-3 before Discount cored one score of 79. heading a yet
tory In six toning vi the use of their property; tor to the sixth to make it 7-5 Pigtail Girls Begin PracticeThe field of 150 men In the one day Wrlabt.
Hippie; broke the game open our party.) and claim me win. event "ff:hard to get the 18 boy
In the top of the first a* they Supervising the event were The winner had 9 hits,. the out to work to the AI nerwlth
plated six runs\ on seven has the following: Mrs and Mr*. loser 6.: 'Bill Lundy Keith Pigtail Softball League game will be divined up Into It 1* the second year Terwil vacation and things "a** that."
hl Gene Rayburn, Mr. &Mr*.Randall Kelley and Roger Mltzel each team tor a league. The league legar has won the dinner club'
In all the Hippies rapped, Davis, Gerry Edbnondson. had 2 hits for Discount Dean began Its practice) cession 1* composed of girl from age tournament. He has also beenrunnerup Post 157 has 26 game scheduled
outLl1$ -bit while WJ/CB had John Massy Pat Watt. :Terry Brown and Mike Nettle had last week with 30 girl showing 10 to 13.Helpto. twice. tor the summer with
\! 'Driving U a lot like be1 10. Dean Johns was top man Calm and Danny: ; McKlnney.This ,two for the Io* rs. op for the first day of sessions. coach the girl tills Carl Mtox, Status Western team coming from Tallahassee -
number of time of Bantam Baseball Don Lott and Roger Mltael Edmondson.Diane Auto dealer, alto>> played to the Lake City.; Valdocta, Pal-
..e 1 ball-it's the for the Hippie a* be went crouo ) The girl will all through year are N.Jiel" attaL Gainesville Stub Quln-
go ,
them- duties with tournament He the _
home safely that four-for-flve. Tommy Clark Boy are enjoying bared mound Cookie Mundortf won seventh
jou get the fundamental of the
fount*." also bad a good night a* he elves at their annual outing. Mltxel gaining credit for the and then after a few. 'practice game and Tarn McNeal. night. ey, Mariana, and Deland.
had three hits. Gene Mel- win.
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l On.' Snow Was Dramatic SightIn ? i 1Z11 '' ,I


Starke During Freeze Of 1899

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I "Blood on The Snow" may The setting was one of the er by the hour Starke and Some of tile snow remained cypress-tre stump, and on*. i 1
ound Ilka a modern TV drama "Big( Freezes" devastated much of Florida awoke about visible tor two or three day, day when therewa.an..pecIaI-
I or a movie thriller, but such North Florida near the turn of the 14th of February, 1899, to particularly. In fane corners ly large attendance, Joe Andrew "
Is! not the tree Thi* gory the century but even this trad-- find the earth covered with and other shady place It developed *. Jr. dived to the bottom I''k' .{', t
I title was used to describe an eiydewecrlUUed1 I lighter Pre vtllett what mOlt resident, >particularly : into a sort of open- and came up with th* announcement ;
Incident that took place In by Mr. .natives, had never Men air frolic for many men. and that a .iseabl*)
I Starke In the late 1900'., a* !In the following >paragraphs> : before. During the night snow ther we re numerous accidents, moccasin wall at tile bottom
told by F. M. Prwttt. an early "BLOOD ON THE SNOW" to a depth of two Inches or or Incidents, during the day. '01 the stump and that he Intended -
I Starke newspapermen In hl. more had fallen, and It was to bring the snake up !
unexpected) although +/
memoir. the weather was getting cold- still cloudy and threatening to Due to the'extreme cold, the and throw It on whoever was ( '1
add more of the cottony flakes. liquor saloon was more popu- within reach.. r r'I' at
lar than ever, and some of
tile town's "bu ly boys," after The boy. did 'not have much
getting themselves well fortified faith In Joe's statement a* to t
EDITORIAL at the bar, decided to what he planned, but in! order }
: have a snowball fight.: Being to play ode, they climbed out
inexperienced at this business, of the water and congregated
and a little over-enthusiastic some 20 or more feet from thepool'
due to the whiskey, no doubt edge In the meantime.
they squeezed; the snow too Joe dived two or three time,
hard, causing their snowballs promising to finish the Job with J ,_AIII.ultt .. ..
"Somebody's Problem" to be more Ilk baseball equlpped in another dive or two. Finally ":: .. -. .. ':..; -- ', \!

with sharp edges of he did bring up the*nake- '! ._- .. "
Jagged ice. a moccasin about the t
size of'' ,
ni Pw s'. wLL. .. .
a man's wrist. ,,, rr A Ain d yJd; ,
dada You can imagine that -when )j, ;", I
"It' somebody's> problem. I guess '" .l
such a lethal weapon collided Joe surfaced W'lth. firm grip -y. ,,1(<
we'll have fn handle ft." _
with another' note or cheek
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In spite of this fact, no one apparently on the writhing reptiles tail
there was "blood on the snow, swirled around uourdr
These were the words spoken with- Is keen to tackle the thank- and plenty; of it. Due to. the as If to throw a and lasso and, Hampton Mayor Arthur Bruno left and Fire Chief Fred,
out relish enthusiasm ness Job of revising the ordinance to numbing: effect of Ole abnormally Phillips accept a May Bradford Improvement Award from
or by a mem- flung it right Into the middleof the Chamber of Commerce's BIP Committee Head John
ber of the City's Board of Adjustment provide for the Issuance of permits cold weather, the men a flock of naked boy. The IMPROVEMENT Sanders, WPXE Radio executive.
mobile hardly felt the injuries inflicted snake partially wrapped Itself
to Individually owned homes
at last week's Council when
Meeting by the icy snowball and
or as has been suggested zoningthe around one boy' neck before The award given the City of Volunteer Fire
-- was ; Hampton
the subject of mobile homes within did not realize what they were he could the
escape ; AWARD
town Into areas where mobile Department for work done In renovating its newly paintedred
the city limits was broached. doing to themselves. Ores fel and the acrobatic dance he did
homes will be allowed, and arose'where low' cheek was sliced wide and white fire house The firemen plan to begin work on
I they will be excluded.At open from ear to Up, and the"cal'lUlitl" would have put to sham a the Interior of the building next.
I Indications were at the Council meet- continued off-and- modern tan dancer The poor

Ing that, sooner or later the Boardof on through the day with "bloodon snake, of course, was more
Adjustment perhaps at the! present, the only restriction is the snow" being a common frightened( than the boy. and
) urg- -
ing of the Council will have to tackle that two-third of the property owners sight( along the eastern end feeling lOrry for it.I they permitted rI --,
within 200 feet of the proposed mobile of Call Street.Considerable. the moccasin to go it*
the unsavory problem of rezonIng way to some other place along I .'Honor America I
i the city; to restrict the location homes location. In each direction both damage was the creek. Day9SIGNERS

of mobile homes In certain areas. sides front, and rear-- must sign a caused to citrus and other crops
I statement that they have no objectionto over the upper end of Florida MULE POLLUTION a
the Installation. Furthermore, these and as far south a. Marlon Another incident that deve
In view of the OF THE 17th
signer- Francis Lewis-
present city ordinance -
signers must own at least one-half county.; Out of wood, my father loped later in the us* of Alligator -
OF 1NDEPENCENCE- New York education Westmln
on zoning which dates backto Creek hole ; :
and I rented a hone and swimming/
I960( It Is doubtful >If the of of the property within 200 feet of the afar School: London:occupation
City wagon., drove Into the woods, wa* a more serlou nature 16th algner-Pklllp Livingston- '
of Starke has any valid zoningordinance site !In question. According to practice and cut and sawed a tree !into amusing on one hand but possibly New York education Yale: merchant-63 : age of signing. ;
: ; age at death 89.
at all In regard to Individually the permit Is then Issued at the blocks tor splitting. damaging on the other. College; occupation: merchant,
owned mobile homes on City Hall with no provision for review Recent rain had swelled the age at signing( 60; age at death
"OLD SWIMMTNG-HOLE'S.i creek to about peak depth, and Francis Lewi ,
by the Board of Adjustment. 62. was son ofa
privately owned lots. This ordinancewas n
Only those who, had opportunity the boy. who frequented the clergyman, and was left
written and adopted 22 years ; to use th* facility; known resort and who had been going Philip Livingston was a man an orphan as a young boy.
ago, when what are now known as At least three members of the board-- a* the "Old Swimming-Hole" there nightly because of the of wealth and social po.ltIonwho However his uncle who was
mobile homes were still called "house most of whom have been serving since on Alligator creek at the southeast warm weather began to complain took up the cause of the Dean of St. Paul's in Lon !
trailers" and It had not the ordinance went Into efrecthave edge of Starke, know of that the water tasted liberty at the risk of great don, saw that he received/ an
I apparently Indicated their willingness to "step ....J, the boundless pleasure afforded !"funny" and seemed to hare a financial loss. education and then apparently
occurred to anyone that they would in the day when the creek totally different smell. In fact started him upon a business.He II
aside" and turn the matter to ,
become a way of life for millions over was undisturbed by dragline it was more than a ..m.Ultwas Livingston was the son of a
of Americans In this time of Inflation 'whoever Is w4Hfei to cope with a or other methods of Industrial a very bad odor. weal, landowner of Albany.
I when soaring costa make thankless Job that must eventually be ramifications. Back in the old and was brought up came to New York when
conventional days the water Just trickled They decided to go swim a almost Uke a young prince on a about 25. to begin a career a* Serving WithEngineer
I homes out of reach of many. done They recognize and admit the along over the root and under little earlier the next day before great auto He went Into a merchant, and during the next
necessity[ of updating or writing a roots wending it* course dark and In time to Investigate the Important business In New twenty; year or so built up CorpsArmy
The only zoning mentioned for new ordinance on mobile homes but toward bigger waters. We do conditions up the York where he soon became a considerable fortune. These
"house trailers' In the 1960 ordi due to pressures of other business not remember Just where the creek. They didand what they one of the most successful were years of adventure too, Pvt. James Williams,

I nance !Is under the heading of "Trailer are unable to devote the necessary beginning of Alligator( creek found there was a sight( to merchants In the city.; tor twice be was shipwrecked grandson of Mrs. Sallie W11-,,
was, but we know It coursed turn the stomach of the hardiest on voyages between the colonies lIam ently
time to do the One of them &goetS Leonard
Parks which It be said. i Fort '
says may a long way through open pinewoods rough-neck.\ There in the Politically. Livingston was a and European ports and Indian Wood;
established only In commercial and "We're not doing a good Job at all occasionally through a water were the remains of a conservation patriot. .tHe Wars, he was captured by the Mo. with the V.S. Corps of
i, Industrial zones of the city and even in this area" and Indicated that levI. swampy place but onward tonA'S dead mule-et least that por strongly apposed' the etampux Indians and sent to France tor. Engineers. He completed basic

then subject to certain conditions ?, pr r'>J ROA,1 18btWTe1n Q?thQ? If .i,, 1 w.!'?.twaTd. *mptylngplaces.jHirhfwftnmlng : devoured tion that had not vultures already been yet he was Just as stronglyopposed an exchange prior training tohfepreesntaeslgnment at Fort Jackson S.C.
by or had to act of violence
The concept that anyone would Io-t,,{.I. a ri1 f(a J i W' ctrp1t cr, L. / : boMJtwnteh! not been washed down stream ''the part of the colonl.ts.a As on 1ri1.17 S' Lewis'"' Pvt. Williams attended Brad I
cate a "house trailer" on an l-s f afforded much fun and refreshing by the current members' of"the First 'and 'was able tord County Schools and completed -
I vidual lot as a permanent resident .sent members: '' atmosphere for the young Second Conlntental Congresses., to retired fran business"' and his GEDIIlgh School; tests r
of the Starke A* you may Imagine,all hand* from then on he devoted himself -' through: the guidance
men of
had not occurred to the writers of district, was he argued against breaking away Sgt,
became to
I about a quarter-mil east of Immediately violently from { public affairs. He wasan..rlnr Wayne Glenn local Army Re
the 22-year-old ordinance. Now that the County Zoning Boardis where the Seaboard railroad ill, and some actually vomitedat ; In hi* support for, crulter. ,
I functioning so effectively, it is Ironical the memory of splasing around the revolutionary party and he t
crosses !It In South Starke, making He belonged to a group who Sgt. Glenn and Mrs. William.
that municipal zoning where it a little more than a in the swim hole when hoped to solve the colonist problems showed the strength of his feelIngs an honorary Army recruiter,
I, Therefore since there Is no provision zoning is most needed, perhaps -- is half-mile from the depot In the water was coming in over without actually asserting byretlgrdnglromonecom( also recruited PvtJImmieMa-
for such Individual Installation lagging behind. town. The hole was about 50 the dead mule' body 1nde endence. mittee because he thought the sline, who Isnow, serving at
i In the zoning chapter of the ordinance feet across and about 70 feet But these boy wer not to members were too cautious In Fort Jackson. Jimmie was a
In with Since the'New York their attitude toward Britain. member of the .National..
length depth of 'ten delegation Guard
I -
be denied a place to wtm
book at least one local lawyer has However' the matter !is
feet >In did'not and is the of n
places. Sunday afternoons by a dead mule-so they pulled vote on the declaration son ,try Marline -
given the opinion that all such it Is that something must He and .Hie .
I permits apparent and on night when the what wa left of the carcasr on July 4, It Is not family suffered
I Issued In tho past, present, or future-- be done sooner or later -- and the atmosphere prompted, from a out on dry land and clear*I known what Livingston's position heavily for their part In the Pvt. Kenneth Bailey ion of
at least until the ordinance Is upda- sooner it Is done the fewer mistakes dozen to 40 or more boys would debris away from the creek might have been but he revolution. In September, Mrs. Bernice Monroe, and Pvt.
tedmay well be without legal foun- there will be to cope with the future. gather at the spot and stay sides so the current woukt signed the document In August 1776, his estate on Long Leland Kenneth Thompson, son of Mrs.
as long as suited their tastes. cleanse the flow and let mat- and, thereafter suported It loyally was burned by the British, and Daniel Thompson of Starke.
i ten run for a week or two, In retaliation, the British his wife was taken prisoner. enlisted tor the 82 Airborne I J
:, At one side and near Ole until there wa* naught except selxed Ms land. .He continued Division. The soon-to-be paratroopers -
I l Salute To The FFAWe western end of the deep hoi* dry bone. of the: mule left to to servo as a conscientious The hardship of her captivity; tour will be guaranteed a I
there was the remains of a Identify the experience. member of the first hard years hastened her death, and Lewis at Fort of no less than 16 months
of the revolution. never succeeded In rebuilding troopers Bragg, N.C. As para I
they will receive
are proud of the honors won by leaders of the future under the guidance 1 Livingston had married his fortunes..- in the congress He continued until toaerv. additional $55 month Incentive an

our local Future Farmers of America of dedicated advisers and teachers r----------- Christina Broeck, and the couple 1781 but then retired from pay.

i I at the State Convention in Daytona of vocational agriculture. -1 had a family ot eight chil public life to live with some until Bailey recently was employed In Miami. Thom lived
Beach dren. of his chlldem.
I this week and of the tact that j pson attended Bradford High

a Bradford County; youth, Jimmy Many of their accomplishments go' By Bobby L.Taylor School.

Alvarez, presided over this convention unnoted, but the community is well
I as the climax of his year as aware of the services performed People are Involved and things July Is sufficient for pastures t i inl'k
State President. through their BOAC are happening in the Brooker and many other trope This: will
program whereby area as many crops are being usually give u.one to four,raz-
they perform'such mtaintenan a harvested and marketed as the ing or cuttlns of hay.This year t 5 Vy
One of the slogans used to des- as assisting with the of Brooker State Farmers Market. many pastures will need a second n

cribe the FFA organization is "Youth Crosby Lake Cemetery maintaining application complete fertilizer -

I With A Purpose," and FFA members the old Courthouse grounds mowing Cucumbers peppers and this month for grass to *i y.'r .
: do have watermelons are the big( Item make u.ualhlrll( quality; growth.
a purpose as is shown in their the property purchased for the future that have put the growers, field

I many accomplishments.. home of the County Library and other hands and market workers Into Soil sampling at least once u

similar projects. The community; Is action. This kind of activity per year should be a part of ;
The FFA >Is a national organizationof indebted to the local chapters for this generates business and putsa your regular management pro ,

some 450,000 students studying vocational work without which our environmentwould lot of money Into circulation gram. s

agriculture >in more than 8,000 be a less pleasant one In which profit whether or the not.grower It also makes create.a This also is true with lawns + '

I public IChoc": .1. The foundation upon to live. Jobs for the unemployed and a and ornamentals. U you are
: which FFA is built Includes leadership lot of young people. not getting the growth of the

I character development;. sportsmanship .. quality; appearance you want
I cooperation community service Future Farmers of America are anew These are reasons why so consider a soil sample and 1 Mystery Merchants
many folks spoke In favor the additional f rtllixer.
thrift generation seeking to build t
I scholarship a improved a Starke Farmers Market being
agriculture organized recreation better future on the knowledge and .
rebuilt after It
; citizenship, and patriotism. The experience of the past which is what fire several months was destroyedby ego A With Merchants The Telegraph's Contest: heading Mystery than $8 since 1/2 million its establiament, the highest tional for District 35L !is past I .

: strength of FFA Ilea vith tine local each generation must do if mankind facility; such as the market Calls continue >to come in regarding down the home stretch. Interest here. president of the Starke Lions
I chapters where student officers and Is to continue to advance. They deserve helps many, many other folk Insects and disease on remains high( among CHARLES SAWYER: owner Club, and also holds a mem

I members are develontn.. into the well-earned aaluoa.I beside the farmer-producer. all kinds of plants especially: shoppers registering at the various and operator of Slade Gas Co. Mr.bership Woodburn'In the Masons hobby and Is Elks.'
gardens. They key to successful flying'
I stores for the valuable gift since 1960. The company name
After miles of red tape, the control of both Insects and certificates being given away is now in the process of being his own plane which he keeps
I contract has been let to rebuild disease Is! early detection and each week. changed to Sawyer-SIade Ces based at the Keystone Airport.'

the Starke market. I understandthat a good spray program. Bothpests Just clip the silhouettes appearing of Starke; Inc. Mr. Sawyer I*
it will be ready for our pecan are difficult to controlif in the big( double-pas also !in the LP gas, heating JIMMY MOORE established'Ms
The Bradford, County ,,, 1h. season this year. The mar i a build-up Is allowed to oc ad, and take to the merchants and air conditioning business Sun Sports boat dealership
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED ket should encourage and !Increase cur. Some folks still have difficulty ;you think they match along with .in Jacksovllle. He is active In Starke 17 years ago and enJoys -
In strawberry acreage ; in understanding the difference the corresponding td The first !in Civic affairs being a mem business from this entire -
1879 next season also Evidence of in .UclcIe. three persona presenting the ber of the Bradford County area of Florida. He Moor
J + construction should enable our proper silhouettes will receive School Board and ; is proud of the boats developed;
JI CheBiU folks to make the right( deci Fungicides maniate like copper dithanto, zlnebmaneb M43 valuable girt certificates. and. peat president of a member the following and bull;by Sun Sports,including
sions' tar -
I as as ,
MIw/e acreages are These are the merchant thepopu "Soimpnocker "
organization: Stark ,
Jj concerned etc. are for fungus\ disease
i whose silhouettes appeared and the Playmon ,
'' My God will supply. and will not control insects.Insecticides Rotary Club, Starke-Bradford
last week (from left'to right+ Chamber Fisherman. At present they are
County of Commerce
j \ need of )'oun.-Phll. 4:19). .ee like malattiton,chlordane ; building an open type; fisherman
sevln, etc. are for insects J.E. TOMLINSONi Vice President Stark Golf & Country
ASS ) ON Club that Is 2? 'ft.. long and 10 ft.
SOU samples still play a big and will not control disease. and Cashioer of the Florida and the Florida LP Gas Association. wide powered by two MO-HP

: 1 Let us keep our mind role in helping us to determine / Bank at Starke. Mr. Tom- Mercury outboard motors with
/ to God. Each open lime and fertiliser needs for llnsoo' has been with this institution NOLAN' WOODBURN Ha* power trim."This boat will
day as we turn to Soil The best thing to do is to owned and
Him crops. analyses have for 18 1/2 years,starting operated the Gem carry 213 gallons of gas- and
for guidance and make told ns that IwchingtprLgraht get your plant past identified his employment in 1953in Jewelry on E. Call St; sine will have a range of 300 miles
E.L. MATTHEWS, Editor.Publisher every effort to put into action plus plant growth have taken and then us* the right( material, the bookkeeping department. 1936, with the assistance of his In the Gulf.' The hull Is built
Peblisbed.aeh.. Thursday and entered. et Second the idea* that com to us. we moat of our pasture and other the right amount at the right .He I I. active". in the Clvltan wife. Mr. Woodburn ha* had Sporteraft; W'lth.U Interior
Clan Matter at the Peer Office/ or Starke, Fleridaunder will find fulfillment and happinea crop fertilizer be.std in the proper way.ril eiderti manv vears excellence In th* work done by Ml Sport with
Act ef March 3rd, 1879. *..Through God we open up be nappy to discus your of thatorgaNratiarlAr: Tom- Jewelry watchmaking& business knowledge gained from ocean
Subscription .in trade area: 1 Y..', $5.00; Outside channels by which his abun Generally a basic application >pest> and pesticide problem at linson states that the local bank and is an official railroad racing by boats of the
dant good will of complete fertilizer in the any time. Just call or come by now tau asset of $11 million, watch inspector.: He same
trade. area 1 S5.SO. constantly flow type. Engineering
year, to ua and through teaN spring plus an application of ;your County Ageof s Office la and last Friday bad true deposit served two terms a* Zone was done primarily on this boat

ammonium nitrate la Jane or Stark.. *.on IiandtoCa1IaIr mot*_ Chairman of Lions Internel -. F into .' .J byBlood Davft.t.

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Thomas Family Schools Get

Reunion Set $186,716 In

Sunday, June 25 State FundsBradford

The WUlIan and Louisa Wilson County received I J 1r

Thomas Family Reunion irlll over $10 thousand more money .
be held at Beulah Baptist this June than last In a dls- Ibfry.F,

Church on Highway,21 In Clay, trlcutton to 67 county school
''t' County on Sunday, June 25. districts: of Minimum Foundation -

MADISON STJOLlfftl; t Beulah Church is located between ,. Program and County school
BAPTIST CHURCH f" HOLINESS CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH dleburg six miles north of Gold Bradford County received:
Sunday Sunday School, 9:43: ; Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Intersection of Highways 16. Sunday School t:4S sun. Head Branch: State Park. $186,718 this June In fund over
Morning Worship W; Church Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Nerth) and 225. Rev. Wayne Morning Worship 11 a.m..Youth ,The program will start with last June 178271. Union County
Training, 6:15j WMt! Prayer Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- Wells, pastor. Service 9 pan Evening. Worship Morning Worship at 11 o'clock went up from$48,824 from
Circle, 7:15; Evening Wor- ship 7 pm.Tuesday. Sunday School, 9:45: ; Moraine 7 p.mThursday followed by a covered dicta: luncheon -' last June to $77,377 this June.
ship, 7:30.: Monday Vaca- Prayer Meeting 7:30: Service at 11. Evening Service. night Prayer.Ueetr : at 1 p.m. A business Baker County went down from March Of Dimes Chairman
tion Bible School 8:30.11:30. 730. Wednesday Service 7:30 Ins 7:30: p.m. meeting will be held Immediately $104,300 In June 1971 to $100
(June 19-28); Youth Choir P.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey, pastor P.m. David Hodges Pastor: after lunch. 566 this month. Clay county Awarded For DriveB.F.

PraOce, 7 pm.Wednesday All family connections and received $332,263: this month
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Mlzell (rbdit). nipresentl&w ecotr: of the 1972 March ol
Family Night SMYRNA MISSIONARYBAPTIST Interested friends cordially: up from $314.3M last June.
are ,
Sunday School 10 Morn. HAMPTON BAPTIST the Bradford County Dimes campaign:
Supper; 6:30 Prayer a.m.
Meeting Minimum Foundation
CHURCH Invited to attend the reunion The? sat -
MIssion| Friends Girls In Action ing Worship II. Training Union. CHURCH contributed$48- March of Dimes Hoard of. The successful fund dive
Ser- according to A.J. Thomas program
633 W. Pratt St. Sunday :
1:30. Adult Choir Practice vices: Sunday School 10 a.m 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30. Sunday School l0Meam.lag secretary-treasurer. 481.110 which Is allotted tor Instructional Directors: present Phillip netted almost 6.000 for the I
8:30. Pastor Service 11 Lm.1 B I Steftr' Vallenga with an appreciation campaign the largest amount
salaries J
transportation -
Rev. Jim
11a.m.TraintngUnton -
Denton Sumrall, pastor Preaching 5:45 Evening Worship. 8:30 p.m.; Evening SerYIot7Ptp.m. : educational: Improve plaque In recognition of hi* raised for this purpose In
p.m. outstanding leadership as olr- Bradford County since 1946.
1tr ment and other The*
7 p.m. Everyone welcome. Wednesday Prayer and O.ici im c..' expenses.
FIRST BAPTIST CIlL'ItCII -Wilbur Dyess Pastor' BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH county school tax proceeds go
STARKE Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Bible Melvin Study HameU 7:30 am.Pastor into educational: retirement Savln. A ,Rand April Sales Total ftll.Q24. I
Sunday Sunday School, 9:45. CHURCH OF GOD Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening programs. ---D-.
Morning Worship at II.;sermon; OI PROPHECY BROOKER Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer tributed $2,820, 199tn0eftsds. S.L. Peek. Jr. volunteer lion in Aprll--an increase of
"Joshua a Good Father,";Bell Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday county: chairman: reports that $2.2 million over April 1971.
Choir Practice, 5:15: ; Church Ing Worship II a.m. Young People's -Rev.J.C. Sounders, pastor EDAN BAPTIST CHUtiCHBROOKER e e U.S. Savings Bond sales totaled Florida sales totaled $48 mil
Training, 6.15: ; Evening Wor Service 6 p.m. Evange- \ The dieters' special li FlorIda -' 111,t24 In Bradford' County; during lion during the first four monttie
ahip,'7:30: ; sermon, "Some Good 1 listic Service, 7 p.m. Wednesday MORGAN ROAD CHAPEl. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship cucumber which April. The county: ; reached of 1972, an Increase of 18.6%
Services 11 and 7 : are a % Its 1972 sales goal over the same period last
To Add to Your Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.m. Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday a.m 37.7 of ye
Things IJfo.
Bell Choir Practice Come and worship with us. School 11 a.m. Morning Wor- puix Training Union < p.m.; "Some minds are like concrete good source of Vitamin C. on April 30. Mr. Peek said. ar.The .
Monday Choir Practice for Bobby Harris,pastor ship 6 p.m. Training Union -Rev. Lacy Conway,pastor -all mixed up and permanently They should be stored in the Florida sales of series E state reached: 43.3% of
6.15; Youth refrigerator. mil- its annual sales goal on AprilThefacts
7 p.m. Evening Worship. net!" and H. bonds totaled $12.8 .
7p.m. 30.summer's.
Tuesday' Bell Choir hRKATCR: BETHLEHEM Wednesday -7:30 Prayer Ser

Practice, 2 p.m.; Young Musl- I" HEr: ,: WII.LBAPTISTCIIURCI vices.Rev.:
coins Choir, 2:47: p.m. Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sunday Bob Cooper pastor
Wednesday I Family !Night: School 9:30: ; Morning Worship,
Supper 0 p.m.; Prayer Meet- 11; League p.m. Night Ser-
vice, 6 p.m.Itev.. Jasper Williams CHURCH. OF CHRIST
Ing and It.A. Meeting, 6:30; AT MELROSE .,
Tcucliors and Officers Meet pastor.
Ing 7:13/ : ; Church Choir Practice Schedule of Services: >: r
9 P.m. IIUST. UNITED METHODIST Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m.
STARK Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- "
.-W.A. Hogan, pastordIMI'
Sunday School, 9:45 Morning Ing Worship 7 p.m. :;'
:,t ; "
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Worship, II.; Junior and Senior All other evenlngs-8 p.m. : .. ,
: .
; BAH 1ST CllUtUI : : : ': '
MY r groups, 6 p.m. : ; .;
HIGHWAY; S-100A STAltKT. Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal HAMPTON CHRISTIAN : ;.

(Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- 7 p.m. Prayer Meet- CHURCH \, .: ..:
ing Worship, 11;'raining Union Ing, 7:30; 'hancel Choir Re- Sunday School 10 a.m. Mom- / y:

Vl'vcnlng\ : Worship, 8. Wednesday n Prayer Meeting, 7.30.'Itcv. : Worshp 7.-Jamo.Sha".pastol'.
.lonT. Odom .J I r.,pas Nov. George I.. Harper

I STAI.KI: ?: Ciliated: BROOKER, FLA.
or ('II HlSTI i Sunday School 9.45a.m.: Morning Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday .

Bible School 10 a.m. Worship -. Worship II a.m. Evening School, 10 a.m.Ron Bristol,
I Services, II a.m. and Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday, Superintendent. Training Union,
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study<<
6 Midweek Wed- 6:45 p.m. Lowell Douglas DI-
p.m. Service
7 Indies! 7 p.m. Study on Rookoflsalms.GF. rector. Worship Services 11 a.
nesday p.m. Bible situation
Class: Thursday II u.m.hurch Walcwnu.PINT.. Prevatt. pastor. Everyone m., 7:30. Midweek Prayer Ser- power :
located one block west on srIC vice, 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw, music -
i \. director.
-I.P.M. Hell, minister !' : l-VEL I : BAPTIST
School 10 Morn-
PIM I'IIII.: '. ('OiIECTIO! : ; :-; \i. Ing Worship II a.m. Pre Services .
Mi"inonisTuu( jcn Booster Band; Young CHURCH 16 N. '. '. '"
Sunday School 1(1( lI.m'Iom! -, I'eoplc, and Prayer Service), Sunday School IIBTrainina: ;1. I" .

II1'ol'Rhl/ !) II a.m. *ollh Ser- 6 p.m. Evening:: Worship 7 P.m. Morning Union 6:30: Worship p.m. Evening Service ".n YN "
\lco (6 I p.m. roninjVoiship: / ), MidweeK' Service; Wednesday ,,, :
7:30. Midweek Prayer .
7.30: p.m. Kc\: ..'lonimx I I., Ilil- 7:30: p.m. l Hev. John Strickland Service 7:30. .\ :. ',l.

li.ud, .;ixisloi.I '. Pastor. -Rev., L.: Tommy Howe pas ,., N,'l: ,. This summer, more than any other period Fn the 47 years we've been "..'I '. .;. '

: tor. w.''I'' ." Florida our need for "*< ....;; "-.-y- yty'4( .-.-
I I.wkr I '\s.'il.ml.ell: -' run; | lion-: nxn IST ciit-ncii: : ', serving ability to supply your electricity during "w'
ialtg5titi-4. G4 b1rt:) I. ..
a .
.1. iG1 a :
100 at Theressa) .. ''I ,+rr i urJ4.pa'; '*/" ''
Kiifoid,VtiKlv,Itond;;t A lit neldon'.si.Sunday 1I.1\1.\\ } ..Morning -. SllI1k.highway| ,' .eSchpohp I Uh..m.r '&A'1".2'IIC n, OFj.aJl""NKS" ; flJtL" 1,n.'.1.'... .7. ,Inytyrahwuh'1rotMarsett: :. '\ .)..9 ,w.l Y'r: rperlpd90t'llEOtl rt t .., ... p luta alts {9-mf'' diS td}..1 q flg Ab pu t,t .t.ttamostj.pw( 9t.:..; r.ft NI(' t '1'11+: Zt 1k\ ..) !)

:9oi\ shlj)11)l..',SmidivM I'yenilpt :MomliiB>-,,i \\Worship a.m. :' Id'1 ) '
7 p.m. ',Thllr'ldaI1I,;hl, 730.: / (mining I nion 6:30: p.m. We thanks wish toexpressourhearttell for the many expressions -- ,:, I By conserving electricity during these periods of heaviest consume- .: :: ::

-th.ulcs 'IhoniiiM ixislorrxrwiieriA :; I\cning: Worship 7:15 p.m. of sympathy extended J', '1, J r tion, you'll I benefit by economizing. At the same time you'll be helping J ."" I ;;..,r. ,
\\'edlll.'sdaJght: Prayer Services -
: : ; : \I'rlsT i iv 7.30: ) p.m. l.'cv. \Merle In the loss of our loved ;: ;It: avert the inconvenience of a power shortage.
The beautiful flowers :
CIM'KCII' Paikham, puslor.SI. one.' many .
kind words and J ;
Sund.1) School 10) lI.m.lol'n: deeds, will your always be remem- ,Why the power squeeze? First of all, people today are using more ;', .' "J ,
lug Worship) at II a.m. Sund.ij
:M \l11'S I-I'IS'OP.\I.: bered. -- The family of Fate than were like ; '.. .
night Service: itt fi.3U.Uedncsd.o electricity ever.,Plus serving more people yourself every I :" >:' I'i1' \ '
(111'111 SI MJM'llolx ; Brown. J ,
1I1 ht''prayer ,. ,
; week. the 12 months in March added '
moctiiitf at 7:30. 1':1111:11'111st: : and 3rd '. ending we over 2,000 .s ;

Cecil I' (Ciawfoid. SI'. I'as-. Sundays, II a.mIorllng: ;customers every week. In fact FPL is adding more new electric customers 'F} ;'" ,' .: .
tor. Prayer, 2nd, 4th, and :5th Sunday ";. .
than other in the nation
: II a.m. Chinch School 9:45 NEW BOOKS any utility ; ,.
(;,II I..1(('I': I H\IVIISI I I I' .am,1,1.1'\ n p.m. ,
till'Kill.\ M VKMSundu : -John :M. I FI t lynn, Rector AT THE LIBRARY So why didn't we plan ahead? Fact is, we did. Advance planning is an .' "''.. ;
:School, 10) 11.111..ol'n. .
,r; absolute necessity for an electric utility because takes so o
i many years :
Inn \\oinhlp at II. li.ilniiurliiioiv ..
/ ... .. ...
t1,3111).m., )) \\cdnl.'la I':r\enii I'ray-\\01'- ,U\M:Sunday'1.1.11I11nM'TIS1'.i:: school I ; 10 a.m. Worship '.'-" I to design, finance and build power plants and other facilities to supply .';'. ;" "v; .':,
ship >
cr :Meeting., : 730.: --Ke\. Icon Service 11 a.m. Church ,\DfLT FICTION) electric service. The need for increased electricity today was accurately ,:;;. :' J

'I'I, Odom ..li., pastor I raining, 6:30: p.m. 1 r veiling The Last Place God \Made forecast: by us years ago ,. .,
Worship 730. Higgins); I, James McNellllilstler :, /
\\irr.\Ki\ \,'..1sT cm, 1:111: \\adl1c: ; The Sev- : \1'< I .
In for announced to add nuclear ''';.
7:30: p.m. 1966. example, we plans generators
:o..nlllas'hol.l.: l. III) :I.m.1')1'11"' enth Sinner (Peters); Rawlins .
lug Worship\ ; ) II ...m.; I \enliw \1eI.n.. Robinson (:McClure); Of Midnight Honor 1 .J' at our Turkey Point plant south of Miami. The first of these units was :
Worship 7 Wedncsd.ij C\eimandeO Jack Of Shadows ,
PIMJCIMeeting: :, p.m.and Hible:Saudi 1 S'I.. :MinscIIIOLIC' (/claznj); Night; Of The Axe 1f .. scheduled for operation more than two years ago.. But because of ; .1f.' .

'7 pm.ouv' \ / I'coIJlcslccl: ('\\It KC'II' M \1.1\: (MuMhill): The Poellenbenr.Inlieiltane uncontrollable circumstances, unpredictable problems and delays, '3$*" .'> ,

lug ctery Monday: 7 p.m. Sllnd.1is5.. : : 12 noun, llolj' (Stephens); Bank Point's nuclear still not i in service. .' .$ .' '
(;.I..I'I't"III! : ptisloi.! Iaeryone : : I Pay. Mass, :5.30: p.m. Shotesllake); Lying Woman Turkey, generators today are ? :- : .
I\clt'omc. (Oirnudons) Spots of Time .
I.URBPnsTSimdaj (tteinbcig);; .\ Game O f Statues These nuclear units and other power plants under construction are major ,.;: ;
SI.: I l"n \ .\lm'S1'11011! ( 1C ...*f: '
( ClllKUl. SI IRICFI'n0er : School 9:45: a.m. Morning (Stevenson); happy Ending items in our demanding expansion program-a program which is costing ;Y'
\\Worship 11 a.m. Evening: (Sa\age); Cjborg (Caldln), .. '.. '
James CICRJII: pastorSittUrday Worship 7.30: p.m. :Mld\\eehBl- I Vespucci! Papers (C1eale> us about a million dollars a day for the next five years.What's :' ", ,
:M.iss 7 p.m.simda.: % Get Out Of The Mot Sun (:\IItalg -,
7:Mass. ,,' 10 a.m. Hob 11.1.15S. : ble Studio, Wednesday p. ); .\ Strcetful of Peoplestcs the outlook now?The power supply during this summer's peak '; \ ;r'
p.m m.He ': )
In church Sunday'. ; Umbrella Steps (Gilbert -
Confessions :Saturday d LesterusUn, pastor. ); TIle Original (Smith). periods is going to be extremely tight-even with the new generatingunits

".sJiraof! to have in service. But without the Turkey Point nuclear r ,
{ of Keliglon: .\Dt'LT NON-1'ICTION we expect .. '. I .. .
Grade' School Sunday 11 JORDXVPTIST ttss1O11,1'! '' The :Mghrntitchers; ( (Cameron unit and with all other generating sources operational, we will! have only ; ,
a.mj| to 12 noon. B \ MISSION ) Complete Hook Of (Hair
High School -- Sunday, t.S. 301 :North; bshlnd'Tas- Sty lee; Beauty & C fashion a razor-thin 5-1/2 percent power reserve capacity during the peak /. ,if' ". 4

\m. tee Fi-cez Prlve) In, Sunday, (Col'dellew; : OI'leans'olb(/ ); demand periods in August and September. (An adequate reserve is '" ... .: 'i
School 10 a.m. Worship Service .\ntinue Oi Fake'? (lIa'woodj); \ / : i t 1" i
BXM.FSS IIIGim .\% HUMIsr II a.m and 7 p.m. Prayer '- Mao 'he-T\ulg (Archer); Cit :,'. generally considered in our industry to be 15-20 percent.) And we face \,11/I':., ,. .

Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Janice 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. -' izen's hand i\aaio service these slim reserves at t a time i when two national political conventions :
Service 11 a.m. Church '. :Manuel (Bums); hypnotism &.I... .; .-'' "/
Training 6:30: p.m. Evening: -I eroy: Olive, pastor F.L. (Blj I the). are scheduled for Miami Beach. 'lr ', ; r:,':' 11 ,
Worship 7:30.Wednesday: Crlffls. associate pis tor. .
Pra>Meeting: JWEXILF:: FICTION: How you can help. While we continue building facilities that promise ;,':' .; t .' "

7:30 p.m.rev J.D. Robinson FIRST Sunday CHRISTUV Sen Ice:Sunday:; Cllt'Scu.'RCII 001!\ (.\Twelve IgerjIe): : Great Day (Black Le\au: ); Duck Cats future relief to the tight power situation,.we're asking you to please save ..\} ',.. : \.".'0'. : ,'

9:43 a.m. Morning Worship, Duck (:(filler)> Good :Night I 1. .: electricity! during the times of peak demand. Between 4 p.m. and 8pm.That's = c cn (
LONG) BRIDGE R.PTL.rCIIl'RCII 2.3. (Sugita) Gobble, Growl 1'
10.43 a.m. SraangSerrlce! 7.15: ; ,
p.m. ouCh GIMJP Meeting,Sunday Grunt (Spier); H'illy (King); ;n when just about everybody-at the same time+-uses lots of power. ., : '''., ;,;:.. ,
Sunday School 10a.m. :\lol'n- 6.30: p.m. Tltch Clutching).
Ing Worship II a.m. Evening:: -J.C. Brown, minister Electricity can't be stored. It must be used the instant it is generated.By ... ;,
Worship 7:30 p.m. Wednesday conserving power during these decisive hours you can help assure '. 'j I I.u
Everyone welcome :Moon (Gamo\)', Best SF; .. '
Rev. Robert Haisten, pastor Sunday:NEW: School RIVER: 10\PTI-ST a.m. :Morn- 1970 Harrison. ): The Time :Machine : .. .u j that the demand doesn't exceed the supply. Otherwise there may not be '("\ y
And The In'lsabltIan:: '
ing'o'l'8hlp II a.m. Training ., :
.. ClU'RCHOrCOD (Uells). ;;
422 )N. St. Clair St., Starke. Inlon 7 p.m. Evening: Worship *\
Sunday School 10 a.m.Iom: 8 p.m. Wednesday :Night; ser- .ADt'LT REFERENCEThe \ I :;

Ing Worship II a.m. Sunday vice 7:30: p.m. Everyone wel- Book Of The State, 1972-, "N; do. Despite the tight we hope there will be no problems .
Evening. 7 p.m. ,Jouth :Night; come.: \\orldmarkEncjclopedlaOf; :! W; power squeeze, ;

Wednesday, 7:30: p.mPrayer Jim Countryman; pastor. The Nations \, this summer. But you have a right to know the facts that could affect your '" : F

Meeting-Rev.,Y.W.Friday Kldd 7:30,,pastor P.m. CHl-RCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF ./; electric service. And to merit your confidence and cooperation we .:.. .,""'":' : .

LAKE..BPT1ST' ,- LATTER DAY SAINTS\; :NEW: RECORDS Mountain ;;' .believe. it is our. responsibility to alert you to the outlook for the ,' "' ,.,;,,t, i'' ,, .
KINGSLEY Road Climb Even and:. ... J '
1404 E. Bessent I
Sunday School :30. Training Home Evening- Mend God Of Our Fathers (Mormon months ahead. ..: /:. <':; ;! y
Family I "
Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Worship Tabernacle Choir); Jesus .\ : ..,
11 a.m. Evening Worship PrlmaryTuesday, 4:30: p.m. Christ Superstar; Greatest Love .....-. .:

7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 WednesdayRelief Society: ; Songs Of The Sensational 60's : -"- .-- "
Wednesday.Rev..; Cuthbert 7:30. (Percy Faith). rI v<' ".('f '-:1..11.\1-: : :

Pastor Interim! Pastor Thursday- MLA 7:30: p.m. I
SundayPriesthood, 830am.: LmR.RHOCRS: Monday:
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Sunday School 10:30: a.m. Evening 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday,
Sunday School1' 11:45: a.m. Meettng,6p.m.Sacrement. Thursday, Friday; 9 ajn.. to ,
Morning Worship D..m. Youth Jesse D Branson. Branch S p.m., Saturday'; ,,9 ajn. to
Fellowship 6 l..m. Choir Practice President 2 p.m.

Wednesday 8 p.m. .
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THINGSYOUNG CLASSIFIED AD frigerators horse with $100 saddle total ii'
k ABOUT waehere.Bartmef's white TV consoles for sale at
I ; Deadline for Insertion Monday Discount House tf/cftg $325. Call 064-5240 after 5 Thousands of Plants $10.00 month Dahmer Discount. Mdililloma

5 p. m. preceding. Thursday p.m. tf. Fruit Trees, Shade Trees, Stchg.: 622.LINOLEUM.
before publication.Minimum
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There are no better things track but what I am trying to (Covers 15 wordS) car carport, utility; shed. Just homes outside city; limits. J. B,, Meet to cane .' Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING 6x9 3.19: 9 x 12 $5.98;
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Good frozen ..IS 1Mnormhome
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farmer, David Wainwright who during the year MOBILE HOME REPAIRS <
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complete course ter in
David, son of Jr. (Newly) selection of the very latest mo. No children or pets. 630 .. -..... -.. .. mer's Discount. Stchg. 6/22. LOHOCHAMP
Wainwright has been growinga books available at our Bradford W. Francis St. inquire next Or AWHOLE
variety of vegetables for the County Library. door, or call Mrs. Teems,964- : Mohawk, fiberglass Home and Building
past several/ years and his main 1 have two books at home 8410. tf/chg. 16' guide, $155; 17-1/2' 9m. SEWING '
outlet has been the consumer and I Just returned four plus tax.--Dealer, Gainesville h Materials .
direct from the field now 3720521. I2tp 6/29 i 1
making NEW
last week. There Is one on '
purchases. at the Wainwright Roses that you can just sit and PIANO IN STORAGE Volkswagen] '; MACHINE ME\ BUILDAd -

farm on SR-16 east of Starke.By look and look for hours and Beautiful spinet-console stored INTERIOR & Exterior painting ROOF '\'our Plans. Or Our.our ..
this method customersare still want to look again and locally. Reported like new.Responsible New A Used done well at reasonable price.) Sales and Service 1- !Lot Or Our..

produce.assured of fresh quality make some notes as you turn party can take on low .. Service Call 964-5606 after 6 p.m.tfchg. J & J Roofing Co. PFAFF ELNA FREE ESTIMATES;

David's planting usually con- the pages. payment balance. Write beforewe 1 ML North of The M.dOAINESVILLE Phone 964-8088 473-4735. I New, Homes .
Let me remind you this Is our send truck. North Fla, or kn"ndcling" kepnira
sists of corn, cucumbers, tomatoes INSURANCEAT
and watermelons. The Bradford County Library and Piano, P.O. Box 3308 Spring Hiway 301 South WHITE JttiunI ..
recent not-needed four inch not just the Starke Library.You field, Fla. 32401. REDUCED RATES I hones( Hought Suld
will be pleased and sur- $49:50 upPart' '
damanged every/
rain severely ,
prised when you go there.Books FOR RENT- alr-condltloned
thing sweet for the that present is probablythe except for readies pleasure or for 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand DOYLE E. CONNER cottages on Kingsley Lake.Call & Repairs on : 1'01MI.I, {
best he has ever produced, reference are there. Then to CARL BEGCS cleaned at Dahmcrs Discount INSURANCE AGENCY 533-2366 after 6. tfchg all ether Make Ma. 964-6853
and a good cucumber crop. David will make be your especially complete pleased,with you Gulf ServiceUsed fast service tfchg tchg. chines.NATIONAL. Ilw)'. 401 S. StarkeSAVE

has sweet corn now. the natural friendly atmospherethat REDUCE safe & fast with Co-
There are probably other is made possible by the Port Bese Tablets & E-Vap "water
field of good 1 sweet corn now ladles there to help find the pills."Andrews Pharmacy.
and you sure need to can or THE FINEST SELECTION OF PUMPSNEW JIMMY MOORE'S 7tp 6/15 611 W.. Univ. Ave.
for 'thanksgiving/ book. $ $ '-
freeze some
USED CARSIn SUN SPORTS Gainesville, Florida
and Christmas. AND USED

24 Hr. Wrecker Service
Among the other spring vegetables / PARTS YOUR MONEY WE GIVE SERVICEWe get
that I know are good WELDING SHOP PONTIAC
USED PARTS SERVICED results! List your property for
Irish 964-5791
will include potatoes, Starke Ph.
sale with Call GMC
squash, tomatoes, string Hwy. 301 tip Waldo Cp! nnd Shallow) Wells Whispering Pines .) ,- BILL POWELL us., BROKER today.--964- TRUCKS"A
beans, butter beans, pepper --F=-rrssrrss-trrmfl ,Water Softeners and Complete Outboard AStern tel US 301 0. Phone 6464 or 964-6810. tf/chg: 1.11"1'1.1IUI: )" CAN SAVE{:
eggplant and cucumbers. ADULT FICTIONThe FiltersPlumbing Drive Service and 964.8252 YOU A LOT':
I know because I either had
In I Hollow Sea(Jenkins):Out Repair. Complete Fiberglass CHANCE' : IN PLANSForce: to GREEN COVE SPRINGS*
some own garden or
know where there was some Of the Dark Lofts); Pier Mead Repair. Custom- Sell. Fri., Sat.. Sun., 7 1/2
to spare. Good garden vegetables Jump (Pearce}; First Blood WANTED TO RENT: 3 BR built Fiberglass Flahing CUSTOM BUILT power saw tip 1, 12 amp SUL' .
were hard to prodlce this (Morrell> Blockbuster(Green); house in Starke or Keystonearea. EXPERT SERVICE ON Doata. GAS AND ELECTRIC V.A.C.' 5500 RPM. 60 eye. .MI WINO MACHINE UK PAIRS

spring because there was a The Black Look (Butter/worth)}; Write Box A, Starke or ALL MAKES WELDING BRAZING Tilt 45 degrees. Gambel AM AND PARTS HOUSE CAULS

real fight with Insects. Glory (Nabokov); The Fourth phone 964-C305. lipWANTED'Retlred PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE SHEET METAL made. Eskimo 20' fan 3 speeds. ,,SHOP WORK
Some of these people who are Man On The Rope Berckman)>; TRAILER HITCHES Breece Box. Old quilt pies

so critical of pesticides should A Sybaritic Death (Roudybush); : man to occupy ALICIA Bermuda grass cut- and frames other art. 3 ALL WORK GUARANTEED
I Just try growing some green Box 100 (Leonard), The Dead small mobile home. Rent PUMP &: SUPPLY CO.' tings for sale. Ph. 9645026. INSTALLEDFOR mles North of Starke on 301
I beans or tomatoes. They would Of The House (Greenberg); Net free. Gas refrigerator and 2tp. 6/22. westside lip C.ornery;

i then really appreciate good Net (Barmash); The Young Victoria stove. Must have car. 4 miles 5 Blocks North: Rg

clean vegetables when they KO (Whittle); Eoruiey's' (Thomas Place) south of Starke. Phone 964- 864 N.'Temple Ave. TV sets for rent black and SALE: 2 bedroom unfurnished FOR RENT: 5 room apartment Correa
\ 33
> Weekend
to the market and find such (Hale ; 7852. 2tp. 6/22 week Adults No
( ) The Other white or color by ,or CB home In city. only. pets. iB
variety of top quality produce Clancy MuHally Dahmer's Discount. Mrs W.B ;
) The Over- month at Phone 964-7142. 3 tp. 6/29. Mundy. 964-6352. -sV nJlyalo
available. Marltha (Leonard : HELPWANTED: Adult or mature 9 by 12 INDOOR\. and outdoor 10 tchg. 6/29. tfchg.
I I must say again that It'' is man Culture (Cooper). One teen to care for 7 and 4 npa. for $22.95. Dahmerfc Dis 3 bedroom, 1 bath, large klt- COIJ.U.IOK'S: \ ITEMS,
(Baldwin)} ThisSuitcase
I not our pesticides that are .to More Time To Explode yr. old Mon-Frt. until Sept- count. Stchg. 6/22. che, family room CB home. FOR SALEFemale German URIC-: IIRAC:

'blame for some of the things (Ardles)> Is The Going Levanter (Ambler ember. Call 964-7035 after 5 SEWING MACHINE-Cleasred, Central heat and air. Outside Shepherd 8 mo. old.' Spayed. H1! 1f i. N. of Keystone
we a read about; it is the man- ; Death (Camus p.m. during week or anytime oiled and adjusted In your: city. Lake privileges./ Also lot 180 ft. on 301 in Max-
I In which ); A Happy Saturday. Itp. SAVE home $5.00. Vacumn cleaner: Fla. Call State ltd. 100
ner they are used by (Bar vine 782-3544. Itp.
e I some people. >>; The Shape Of Illusion These Long Distance repairs also. All work guaranteed. 2 Bedroom, 1 bath, In City l Hill fi Jo Urunofsky. ()wnt'rM'
rett); The Kid Who Came lIENS FOR SALE 50 cents Dennis E. Coggms. Phone frame on large lot,nice house -
Our farmers depend on farm With .A Corpse (Stone" TheDaWI1's : Phone/ Call. Phone 474"4.lH 4i ,,
; each. Lincoln City Road southof tfch ,
products for an Income. They 431-1428
(Lord) The now handle alt line
Light We
know what pesticides will do Early ; steel mill. Phone 964-5760. ,Santa Fe Lake 80' lot. Sea- SALE
and they know how to use them. Palermo Affair(Forbes). Itchg. 815.SECRET. tickets 'cruises, and tours. wall, boat ramp dock & bath On Crosby Lake and Csoeby

They know that they must have ADULT NON-FICTION We offer special package VACATION COTTAGEIN house,' double boat shelter, Lake Canal; )Canal SO feet
pesticides and use pesticidesto ) Lost Water TIlE MOUNTAINS small house, very neat. High wide, 8 feet deep) Located on i
VDI Astro-
I produce (lie quality productyou Henry (Williams( ; ) Weight body bloat, puffiness, Tour of New Completely furnished. $45 per dry lot. State Road 100. 3 miles Westof
demand. logy I For Everyone( Lyndoe> Gar-; etc. X-Pel Water Pills, only Disney World week. Weeks available: June, Starke Fla. Ideal for vacation -
Oil Pritchett
Mldnleht VIA $3 or Money Back Refund. -- July, August, September.R.. 70 acres near Hampton) on cottage mobile borne or
I bo (Zlerold)> Henry : The Koch's Drug Store. lOtp- 8/17 Call 964-7449' E. Edmondson, Star Route, Box: paved road, mostly pasture investment. LAKE GENEVA
Mask Of Royally (Smith): The 49, Black Mountain N.: C. 28711 Prices start at $200
1295.00, ,
i Jacksonville Pleasures) Common Of Philosophy Sense in(Fran-Piano LOTS,FOR SALE Starke Coif TOWN- FINANCE CO. Phone ((704) 669-6861. Frame Duplex apt., good lo- doom and 35.00 month for 3ftWHKSs << MOBILE HC-ME

kel Study; (SerofO( ; What You Need Country; Club, ready for. P.O. Box 224 N. Temole 2tchg 6/15 cation. Good Income property. (8 1/2 % simple _..- SALES

(Lehman building on or for Investment. I sit>.
To Know For Duty
I ) Shakespeare Jury: His Life- Lots area approximately 1/2 FOR SALE 5 acres, 660' on paved road Call 964-7701 a...... to 9 12' AM. 2V\ WIDI-.S

Business Ills ;Times, Ills Works; The acre and larger. Paved roads North 301 Near: Underwood New: 3 bedroom home near by 330' deep. High, dry. p.m..weekdays. tf PHONE 473-4320

Complete Book orCrochetCMa- only 3 minutes from town. Motel 13 acres, 600 feet on schools and shopping center. -
thleson); The Pleasures of Phi- Call 964-7701, 8 e.m. to 5 Porn.UChar. Highway. Will sell all or part Low down payment,easy monthly 3 bedroom kitchen home In&City, 1 O.N ROUTE 100Keystone
losophy (Frankel); Contemplative terms. ents.Buford Mitchell, living dining Hcighm/ Ma.
] DirectoryAuto Prayer (Merton); Raising pay area. BEAUTY REST

Laboratory Animals (Silvan)); Two bed room frame dwell- FLEA
I Know Your Antiques (Novel); OR ing In City, large fenced lot FOR SALEExpensive Ladles
A- SELLING. repairs needed $1.00 plus wig styl- will sleep 15-20 people on U.S. 1 South Of
Sales and Service The National Forests Of central heat no Wigs only River Ocala National MARTIN CAMPERSU.S.
merlca (Freeman); The Book here. See me for price ing cost. For details write: or- Jacksonville At
Of Games And Entertainment and terms. A. J. Thomas Discounts -"l103"'t:. Chelten, est. 90 West Lake City
Parrish Motors Over Qckls>) The Tel. 964-5701 258-9712
The World ROBERTS Realtor. Philadelphia, Pa. 19133.4tp Phone
(Van den ) GEORGE: 6/29 752.3723For
Jewls Mystique Haag}; 10 acres, with heavy growthof For ReservationOpen
I ALES The Wonderful World Of Weddings REAL ESTATE pines near Lawtey. Every SAT& SUN:' Best Selection Of
SERVICE (Post)); Gardening Indoors WANTEDTractor work mow- 9-6
I, FARTSAlwr 'VOLVO Under Lights (Krantz>; Over- PHONE 964-7826 The Glass Shop Ing & discing. No: Job too smallor GEORGE ROBERTS TRAVEL TRAILERS
coming World Hunger;Organlz- too large. Write James Lov- Shops And Snack Bar MINI-HOMES
Won & Outlining: How To De- Glass ett, Route 1 I. Box 170C. Starke, REAL ESTATE Surrounded By 14 Antique TRUCK CAMPERSAND

Good Used Of* velop & Prepare Papers, Reports -, .., Fla. 32091. 4tp 6/29 PHONE 964-7826 Collectors PARADISE TOPPERS
Ml Laura SI. Pk. 35 -SIS4 &: Speeches (Peirce! )>; For ... '
Plumbing and Heating (Day> WE NOW: HAVE diamond Me- NORTH Carolina mountain cot- 421 W. MADISON ST Full Line Of Parts And
AUTO ELECTRIC So You Want To Be A Ham dies for any, make or model AH CARS and TRUCES tage for rent July and August. ServiceFUrTOTUFC
(Hertzberg): A Circlet Of Quiet stereo plB'er.Dahmer'l. Discount Installed TVhile-U-Walt New, furnished 2 bedrooms. PUMP.SERVICE

PEAYY Brothers (L'Engle); Witchcraft (Rosen)>; House. tf/chg Custom Vinyl Auto Tops Adults only. References. $80 RAIFORD &
The Potter & Porcelain Col Sundem WELLS PUMPS
weekly. 533-2866. lip
i EIedrk Co., lector's Handbook ((Ketchum> COUPLE needed on poultry, 1017 N. Main G'vffl 3 BR frame recently painted t
Teaching As A Subversive- farm. House partially fur- L'OREAL their hair conveniently located to Wells 2" and '
guarantees up
Alternators Starters tivity! Welngartner); What Is nished. Call 473-4456 between color to Please at Koch's: stores, post office, etc.Beautiful -
( )> J. R. t large yard., 24 Hr. service on all
Adams 7
Generators Regulators Religion The Pill 1 and 2 or after p.m. Drug. 4tchg 6/29
(Kistner)); Lettering (Anderson Raulerson located on Crystal makes .
AUTO ---- TRUCK CONCRETEWcrk quality Home Furnishings
; Poultry Production Lake. lip. FOR SALECorvette convertible GOULDS- MYERS .
DIESEL (Card); Chilton'i Motorcycle Frame House In city. 2 BR. } Custom Draper

I 4044 Lenox /,,,. Jax. Carburetfon Systems Rltch> FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnished lard, 1965.Brown.Phone 964-7955l\.f1l-2tp \6/15 Inside redecorated. Chain link J JACOZZI PUMPS, Carpeting
I The Executive Secretary (n- home.Adults only. Phone fence. Close to everything. FbriJo Pump ServSo 'Interiors by Victor

397.2528I goldsby); Heart Attack (Bar- 964-6604. Itp. BLOCK BRICK STONE WANTEDHigh school graduateas Outside needs some repairs 1918 Park Ave.Orange Park
nard), The Medicine Men(Tuchnet 9914 Standing Blvd.PHONE .
DRIVE WAYS SIDEWALKS sales clerk and general office ZM-eHl If
I > :: 264.5630
Understanding Your
; TESTED millions work. Must be able to
and approved by BILL
I YAMAHA PIANOS Nerves (Barr> Surviving The of honemakers. Blue taw BLOCK BUILDING type; part-time work Write POWELL BROKER Orange Park, Fla.rU.id.'l.

: CONN and KIMBALLORGANS Future (Toynbe);; Abbreviation tre carpet cleaner Is lope. tte- ADDITIONS PATiqs "B" c/o Bradford (D.Sola>
Hard- Drawer A Starke and ,
vrlck's. Inc., Builders egraph i
I I II Appliance: Repair (Porter). ware & Supplies, Starke, Fla. FREE ESTIMATES give resume. lip OrWAYNE I ; ; V4


Monday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. tache Cases, black. $23. 468-1677 TP FOR SALE: 8 week old pure ASSOCIATE I I C GAS t 11m
41i. bred Dachshund pupples.$25.00 ELECTRIC
Tuesday Thursday Friday: Bradford County Telegraph. tf.
I I 9 a.m. to 3 pjn. each. 473-3560. Itp 964-6593 I I PORTABLE t tI SALES PARTS
t\ Saturday: 9 ajn. to 2 p.m. REWARD:' LOST along Hlway II SERVICE

301 I S. or 16 East large black IF YOU RENT OR IF YOU I II I 5 MI. West of Starke t tt

h KIMBALT. "SWIHtER'' My Neighbors Bible Brown, name very precious Inside J.to Mack ministerial BUY YOU PAY FOR THE I t on Crawford Rt. 16-Jutt Rd. t tt USED IMPORT CARS

ORGANS student. Call collect HOME YOU OCCUPYWe t t tt HARf RED AUTO
Clayton Revels Chrysler '
......." MltUlt. > Lawn Mower Repairs : Evenings and Weekends
Plymouth. Green Cov. Make It So Easy T. Own ANew t CARL WILSON t tt ,IMPORTS, INC.

Itchg. Or Us.d H.... j t PHONE 964-6691) t 509 E\i\ University

j FURNITURE FOR SALE:"Surfboard"Robin 12' wides 24 wIde. COMPLETE LINE -- ------ JSalnesvlllo 372-4373
8'4" Excellent condition. Great
for beginner. $35.00Call 473- New Used Reps OF PARTS

I / 4259. Up.WHITE Up Tel 12 Years T. Per 0&I1VS MOBILE HOMI SALES

FUINITURE. Street Corn?U50 bushel. Meens low, lew Payments Jack Eaves 'Servke'ta' Our Policy;

Other vegetables. 2 miles east
of Starke on SR 16. David Waln We Trade Fe Anything Frem Shell Service Wben you buy a mobile home,

wright 9647835. tfchg. Billy Goats Te Battleship. .. price should consider quality, ...
Up To 40% Savings and service. .

-.. FRESH VEGETABLES for sale. T. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES w. give all three and guarantee IJI '
Bodey Chair Co. **OioT-.re'e e Ut .. Lawn mowiw w_ -- N. D. 435 MADISON ST. to beat any advertised

year ........U..I] | rl.kis BUIMY, Rt. 2 Box 5$. Morgan Orange Aye. (U.S. 17))' NEXT DOOR TO CITY POWER PLANT price.: ,
643 C...... 1 Blerk peeled above tie bnb. t.b... Road. Phone 9647940. 2 Phone 294-5439 Our 12 foot wide start at 1

From 1.10 .. tp. 8/2%. Green Cave Springs, .' .13.293.00.
gee ea. ...........yeJune "
Jack.nnvill.389.1741 ........" Hwy. 100 Wesfw Stark. 9645606r .

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