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: May 6, 1971
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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I II I BRADFORD C Dugger Named

I miligrnp4Tire Raiford Head ,

Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

Askew Asks
Vol. 92No. ST.\I KE. FLORID 15c

41 Thursday. May 6, 1971 Copy


Warren fHMULtl! "/ ) "'" 10 Suspensions "

ilii'' '

"" ,. -
TellsUF ', 1t'l",! ',I "" Appointment of Lawrence -

eola s"' 'O.ILI Dugger as su-
pe rintente nt of the Rai- Home Rule

TroubleA ford State Prison, and

the recommended suspension -

of ten prison

now perspective on recent sta ff me mbe rs wa s announced Pushed
troubles at the University; of By
Florida and .die; majority-stu; Wednesday ,
dent position ma VDus'it: .:' to --- by Governor Re ubin As-

the Rotary Club Wednesday, :r kew. +
Apr. 28, by Jeff War>nn, sec-

ond year law s.', dent and son Included on the list of ten recommended ShawUse
of Mr. and Mrs. .Joseph Warren for suspensionwere Rep.

of Starke. Assistant SuperintendentRobert

Turner Chief Cor-
V. ,
The speaker, who Has an
rectional Officer I.C. McKen-
outstanding Tornado linesman home rule power granted has been
K.C. Johns officer ces approved by both
ale and Capt. ,
when In high school, is now of the East in the 1968 Florida Consti- House and Senate.
president of Blue Key, UF In charge tution to pass needed local leg-
Unit at the time of the trou- Bradford has already passed
leadership fraternity; and Y ble. They will be suspendedfor islation. State Representativeand ordinances on zoning, sanitation -
served as general chairmanof County; Attorney Gene Shaw
30 days on recommendation and volunteer fire depart
Homecoming activities at urged the County; Commission
of the governor Divisionof ments. No local bills are being -
the University; last fall. He Wainwright Monday.
Corrections Louie Lee requested now.
was Introduced at Rotary by has agreed to the gov Shaw said a bill has been It is increasingly Importantfor
A.L. Crosby, Jr., who com- ernor's recommendations.Others passed by the House of Representatives counties to assume their
mended him on his high school In the curreft session powers of self governmenthome
and university; record. recommended for'suspension of the Florida Legisla ( rule) granted In the new

nd ture changing all local or population state Constitution, Shaw says,
Warren said that a few of agreed toby Wainwright are acts to county; ordinan- due to the pending reapportionment -

the requests by the Black Stu Lt, T.L. Barton, Sgt. G.H. T>- ces. As such, the laws affecting of the state legislaturealso
dent's Union at the Universitywere ; yal Sgt. F.F Manning, Sgt. Bradford County; can be required under the new
reasonable, but that other K.E. Albrltton,'Sgt. D.F. Dob- repealed and amended by the Constitution.The .
demands were not Justified He son, and officers H.W. Tlson county; commission, Shaw says. Florida House next year
said that President O'Connell # and A.D. Thornton. They will must reduce itself to at least
admitted he made a mistakeIn X r T ti Tt't t be suspended for 20 days. &nould the county; request of 100 members, Shaw says. lie
having the black students Shaw that a population act be hopes It can be held there,
Dugger has risen through the passed, and should the act become Shaw told the commission Mon-
arrested when they first went t ," ranks during many years with law via the legislature, day, but added that some forces
to his office, and Warren expressed .' : : the prison system and was ser- It would stand there after and are trying to get the present

the opinion that the .. ving as superintendent of the the county; would be powerlessto 119 member house down to 80
situation, resulting In with- ,.. new Reception and Medical Cen- change It, the District 16 members.The .

drawal from the University; by .... ....., ..: ter at Lake Butler until named legislator said. state Senate must reduce
some of the black students, acting superintendent at Ral- Itself to 40 members from the
might! have been avoided by ford following the February dis- The bill changing the population \< present 48 members.

better communications between Chief Chambers Inspects the da mag* received by a pickup In the seven car crash on SR.200, Thursday orders. acts to county; ordlnan- Bradford County; stands a good
black students, might have been
chance of Included in
being a
the president and the students. a fte rnoon. Askew said that Dugger's appointment -
12 IS district under
, ,,, .. -.-.... as superintendentwas or new apportionment county; plan the
He blamed much of the unrest made with the approval of CalendarSet
on campuses at Floridaand both Louie L. Wainwright, dl- legislature approves, Shaw

other universities on sen- 4 Hurt In 3 Wrecks rectlor of the Division of Cor- said. Commis-
In other action, the
sational reporting by the news rections, and Dr. James Bax ForSchools
media. This plays Into the handsof Secretary of the Department sionAwarded:
Hill Graudons
to ,
the student radicals, who of Health and Rehabilitative
like to see themselves and their Services. The Governor also local contractor, a year's con-

actions on television and In Truck Causes 7 Car announced tile appointment of tract to maintain In cooling the and
heating equipment county -
newspaper headlines and photographs A.F. Cook, currently employedat
courthouse, agriculture
: he said. the Glades Correctional Institute ;
to succeed Dugger at School will begin a week ear building, health department, and
As for allowing radical speakers Lake Butler, lier next term, the date having emergency operations center.
on the campus, Warren been set up From Sept. 8 last Bids were received from
said that banning them would Chain Crash On 301Two In announcing the suspensions In the present term to August Brown's Refrigeration and Alr-
Askew said "It has been Han-
probably cause more trouble established 30 this fall. Conditioning Starke! and
than allowing them to speak to my satisfaction berry and Dickinson of Gaines-
since It would make martyrsof ; that In fact, serious errors The shift was made In annual ville, the firm which Installed
received when she slowed to make a Mrs. Shanbarger was rushedto of judgment were made and excessive as
them and get them even persons minor A.J. Dugger received minor school calendar which was the courthouse equipment,
Injuries Thursday afternoon on Injury Friday afternoon as the left turn. A 1970 Ford, driven the BCH where she was force was employed adopted Tuesday by the Brad- well as Graudons. Gra> ':3ns will
more notoriety; "When studentsare US-301 as the truck In which car which he was driving struckan by Randall Evan Hodges, admitted but has been released at Raiford, particularly In con- ford School Board Main reason maintain the cqulpmei for $20
allowed to hear and see they were travelling struck a- oak tree off SR-16. 16, of New Hampton Beach since. nection with the February 16 for the early starting date per unit and will guarantee all
the radicals, they are usually nother and started a chain reaction was behind the Shanbarger vehicle Hodges was charged with fail- 'show of force' In the east Is that school this year won't work for five days.
'turned ofP by their extrem- which Involved a total According to the SPD bugger and applied Its brakes but Ing to have Ms vehicle under unit, and the February 17 Incident end until June 17, Supt. Tom -Voted to ask bids on a pile
ism and It has a good effect of seven cars In front of Bald- was traveling south on SR- failed to stop and struck the control and with causing an In the flattop of the Casey told the board. driver to use In building bridges -
rather than a bad one," War- win Chevrolet-Olds. 16 at approximately 55 mph Mercury In the rear. accident. main unit at the urging of Chairman
when his car hit some wateron Another change In the new Dave Shuford. The chairmantook
the left tho road The Governor said he was calendar Is that It calls for
ren said "I am glad to have roadway, the board on a tour of
and struck an Oak tree.Dugger's also directing Wainwright to 196 working days for teachersand view level
been able'to see and hear Jer- his district to a
determine If
City disciplinary action
ry Rubin" he added, "becauseIt 1968 Ford received may be required against other countypersonnel.; For bridge on Water Oak Creekon
destroyed any Illusion of $1,000 damage and he was takento Court Halts other correctional employeeswho the past five or sixyears Brad- which a pile driver had

glamour that I might have had OK's BCH where he was treated participated: ) In the "showof ford County; school employeeshave been used to drive posts Into
by seems< him on TV or readIng and released.In force" or in the shooting been on a 200-day work the ground, then showed the
year to aid the county; staff In Law-
about him in the press. members a bridge near
Taxi"Taxi the accident which occuredat Incident at tile prison hospitalon getting In more In-service tey which Is sunken in the

2:18: p.m., no charges were AtFairgrounds February 15. training. All surrounding coun- middle. It has the currentlyused
brought. Meeting "I am recommending the suspensions ties have 196 days. mud-sill foundation
Ruth Mae Shanbarger, 52, of on the basis of clear meaning a sill is laid In the
!" will once again become Starke, required hospitalization violations of the division's rules School this year began on mud and the supporting posts
a familiar cry in Starke at BCH, after being InvolvedIn and regulations," Askew said, Sept. 8 for students and will placed on the sill. Two sills
after a franchise granted Tues- a two car accident on US- "and because of the possibility end June 17. Next year' It will had already been placed under
day night by the City; Council 301 Friday afternoon at 4 p.m. ; of criminal violations by begin August 30 for studentsand the sagging bridge and anotherIs

to Thomas A. Patrick of Jack-' According to the SPD, Mrs. both Inmates and state em- end June 2. Teachers will needed now to level it. A

sonville. Shanbarger was traveling northon ployees." begin work next fall on \ugust pile driver will cost an estimated -

SR-200 In a 1966 Mercury 16 and finish June 8. $2,000, Shuford said.
The Governor said he
Approval was given Patrlcl) was, Sacrificed in the shorter
According to the Starke Police A temporary Injunction was contacted him Tuesday, April -Appointed CommissionersRalph
since his was the first application by executive order, assigning school will be planning
ordered Thursday, April 29 27 and said UWP year Bryan and Fddle Allento
to reach the city after Department Lynda Miller a meeting Edward Austin State Attorneyfor the school
; during year
the Chamber of Evans 25, of Concord, North restraining a meeting of the had been scheduled for Thurs- the 4th Judicial Circuit, days Investigate purchasing lawn
mIJ> down je to again have taxi service Carolina, was driving a 1969UHaul day night and that circulars to conduct a complete Investigation cut to four instead of
In Starke. An application van south on US-301 ica being held at the Bradford .Advertising the meeting had already of the Ralford Incidents five l Herbert !Norman.S .
was also submitted by Yellow when she ran off the roadwayand County; Fairgrounds. been printed. Williams "and bring whatever charges ( .e Page 6))

Cabs, Inc., Gainesville. struck a parked 1963 Ply- Complalntant, requesting the said he told Brown the meet- that may be warranted by the Holidays next term will be
MAY BREAKFAST mouth owned by John William Injunction, was Frank Wlllalms, Ing could not be held at the evidence." Labor Day, Sept. 6; Thanks-
Patrick who has been In con- Sanders, 50, of Starke, onwer fairgrounds. Both John Myers GuardsmenIn
Fair Association President. giving, Nov. 25-28 Christmas,
Askew said "I realize the
tact with the Chamber of Com-
executive of the Fall
of WPXE Radio Station.
The listed Dec. 20 2 and
complaint defen- Jan. Spring
Saturday Noon as ,
of the
serious implications action -
for several weeks has
merce Association Mac Baldwin
The Sanders vehicle fr" and ,
dante Lester T. Crews, Adro April 37. Three of the spring
I but I
In am taking today,
had 30 years experience struck a perked 1968 Oldsmo- a vice-president of the Fair TrainingAt
Brown, John Warren and Bob holidays next will fall
MAY 8 1971 the taxi business City; Clerk bile, owned by Baldwin Chev- Association, said that permission am firmly convinced that until -
Barber. Barber Is a national of on the days of the Bradford
I the rules and
Merrill Edwards said Patrick rolet, Inc.: The Olds then struck had not been granted by protection
director of the United White County Fair set April 5-8.
laws Is provided Inside prison
Informed him that service BlandingFlorida
the Fair Association for the
a Chevrolet 1/2-ton pick ,
WOMAN'S CLUB People of America from Jack- Students will attend the same
walls we will never adequately
can be started In a short time. which caused a chain reaction meeting.
sonville. establish respect for law 180 days as required under
between it and 1967 Ramb-
council acted on the recommendation Crews, In a statement, said and In free Florida law.
$2 Per Plate The ler and 1969 Plymouth, all of Crews is owner of MItchell'sDrug order our society.; National Guardsmen
of a committeeof Store In Starke. Brown the meeting was never Intended 2,700 strong, rolled Into
which are owned by Baldwtr Board members went for the some
Councilmen Jimmy McRae is reader to be held In the county; Sunday to start
Chevrolet a meter employedby earlier start and finish to give Camp Klandlng
Proceeds Going and Jimmy Bowen, who had Lynda Miller Evans and Lo- the City; of Starke. Warren Civil Defense building as Williams BerriesAt students a better chance to find two weeks of Intensive summer
both applications. seemed to think. He said
screened rena Gall Hendershot, 25, of Is from Jacksonville. jobs In the summer. Hoard training.
the UWP Intended to use the
To Remodel Attorney George Pierce sale1 Goldsboro, North Carolina, The Fair Association was represented portion of the falrgounds under PeakStrawberry Member Charles Sawyer said With only a few artillery and
were treated and released from students at Bradford High told
the council could approve the by Attorney Elzle contract to the Bradford Rop- tank units training outside the
Club application and there would be Bradford County; Hospital.The Sanders. Brown and Crews first ing Club of which Brown Is him they don't stand a chance state at Fort Stewart, Ga., the
House U-Haul received $500 for of schoolas
no necessity; for a public hear- appeared for the defendants, a member. Crews said he understood volume peaked at a getting present Guard complement at
ing. damage, while the Sanders'car and said they had not had sufficient the Roping Club leased 17,500 flat handled through the late as June 17, Hlandlng is the largest ever
Public Invited and the Oldsmobile was time before the hearing certain parts of the fairgrounds. Lawtey market last week but sent there by the Guard.
totaled. The truck Chairman Hall said
received$900 volume Is now on the decline Rodney
Thursday at 11 a.m. to
Senior citizens and other The annual review will
persona parade
damage, while the Chevrolet Myers said the Roping Club the August school might Interfere -
secure counsel. Warren Joined due to a late season snap
e+ dIlir without means of local be held at 10 a.m. Saturday,
received $ Rambler possesses a contract with the with vacations planned
I,400ttI1e the hearing while It In that sentltamperatures Into the
have was with Tom
transportation been 8 Lt. Gov.
pushing May ,
$90 and the Fair Association for club But he added
Plymouth $65. but made roping 40's early this week. by some families. -
no comment -
the Chamber progress, be
In Adams to
m (!Community The last two vehicles were activities only. If the board went ahead and expected among
months to intensItY efforts to Prices held fairlY steady last the distinguished guests. The
parked US- calendar
perpendicular to adopted the school now
&tDtr )lank 301 while the remainder were Brown asked a delay of the Judge Patten then entered the week with a range from $3 to parents would have a chanceto public Is Invited to visit the

obtain taxi service. No taxi parked parallel to It. hearing, but Circuit Judge temporary Injunction prevent- $3.50 f.o.b. Receipts for the plan their vacations aroundthe camp for this ceremony starting .
.....ft"1" ... u. service has been available In Mrs. Evans was charged with Ceorge; L. Patten, presiding, big the meeting. He asked the week were estimated at $36,. school term. at 10 a.m.

rd.- +eTow 0MI+ _cL the city; sine the Akridge Taxi falling to maintain vehicle under said he Intended to go ahead cooperation said the of the UWP would and be 87'. The calendar can be changedat The second week of encampment -
gave up Its) franchise more control and causing an accident with the hearing. Injunction Sequoias cvmilnue to make up any time by board action. will be spent by ttie troopsin

than a year ago. Williams testified that Brown (See Page 6)) the bulk of the berries being the bivouac area.r .

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May Breakfast Dessert Bridge Mrs. John Glover Duplicate Bridge

,= (Qfff/ntene&t to- = Will Be Held Given for Mrs. Meng Hostess at Bridge Winners NamedMrs.

This SaturdayThe At Shaller Home Mrs. John Glover was hostess
Green and Mrs
at two tables of bridge Lex
and luncheon last Thursday at CJ. McGriff Sr. were the winning -
annual May Breakfast v Mrs. Freda Meng of Toledo, her home on N. Walnut Street. couple at Duplicate Bridge
WOM N of the Starke Woman's Club 1 Ohio, who Is spending several Mrs. Lex Green' assisted at Tuesday night In the Pratt Street
will be held Saturday at 12 4 weeks withher sons and fam- the luncheon. Recreation Center where there
., noon at the club house usingthe flee the Francis.Mengs and the After several progressions were four tables In play.
theme "Americanism". Paul Mengs at Hampton Lake, of bridge, both In the mornIng Mrs. Hilda DeyandJohnMus-
Members are asked to bring was honored at a dessert bridge and the afternoon,with lunch sollne were second;Curtis Sanders
Gladys Mooiy. Society Editor, 964-7608 husbands' and guests as the party Monday night, given by being served at noon, prizes and Jim Curlngton were
money realized from the Mrs. Bobble Shaller were awarded to high and low third.
breakfast will go toward remodeling After several progressions at players.
the building. Tickets the two tables, high and low
at $2 each may be purchasedfrom prizes were awarded.
WSCS Honors Mrs. Olin White, Mrs.
1 1I Hazel Ritch, Mrs. M.A. Bald t
New MembersAt win Jr., Mrs. V.J. Spengler, Girl Scout Troop 1l01lJJJ
kiVTh and at Leila's Dress Shop. -
LuncheonMrs. Hostesses are i Mrs. Philip Court of Awards

-Vellenga, chairman, Mrs. Held ThursdayGirl --
H.C. Ritch, Mrs. O.L. Haynes
Doris Ware of Bran-
Jr., Mrs. Charley E. Johns HAYE3Donut
ford, post president of the ,
hf Gainesville district of the Woman' Mrs. M.R. Judd, Mrs. S.L. Scout Troop 614 held a
aru Peek Jr., Mrs. Warren Winkler Court of Awards last Thurs-
I Warren-Akers
Society of Christian Ser
Mrs John Mrs. day afternoon at the Methodist
Haney, & Sandwich
1L vice, was guest speaker at the ShopNEXT
L orwirnl. meeting of the society C.M. Schmitt, Mrs. James V. Engagement Told Fellowship Hall
Mrs. L.A. Canova following new patrol leaders
N Tuesday morning In the Meth- Crosby -
Mrs. Hazel Pitch, Mrs. C.A. were given their cords:
odist sanctuary when new members Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D.War- TO NEW COURTHOUSEU.S.
Darby, and Mrs. Bill Cham- Nancy Payne, Grace Carter,
of the WSCS were honored. bers. ren of Starke announce the engagement Jenifer Dockery and Brenda
Mrs. Ware, who was presented 301
1lr by Mrs, DeWitt Fara- Joy of to thelydaughterltobyn Roger Akers, Jackson. The girls In the troop '1L'-"'!."
1 son were given their active citizen
bee, chose for her" topic, "Answer of Mr. and Mrs. George K. badge by Chief Ken Fuqua.They Serving. .. ':
to Prayer. I Prlvett of Lawtey. were also presented their dancer -
1 Preceding the talk, the business II I Miss Warren and Mr. Akers badge by Miss VickI Car- *
meeting was opened by will both graduate from Brad- FRESH DONUTS
the president, Mrs. A.J. Ij i I ford High School In June. ver.World games badges were SANDWICHES
Eaves. A beautiful tribute to A December wedding Is given to Andrea Eaves, Irene
the late Mrs. Blanche Williams j f planned. Wainwright and Patty Mulllns; DRINKS
and Miss Kate Struth was givenby House-keeping badge to Kathy dJ-
Mrs. Charles Sawyer Granger and Donna and Monna COFFEE
Mrs. Farabee, program Girl Scouts Hold Johnson; Book badge to Dana
chairman announced a field I Alvarez, Carolyn Mines and Irene SHORT ORDERS
trip to either the Children'sHome "1 'Play
!e! IM OutingAt Walnwrlght; My Home
In Enterprise or Wesley badge to Julie Chambers.
Manor In Jacksonville will Camp NeyatiGirl
be held In June. Mrs. Gerald
Balllle gave a report on the
birthday party held at the h Scout Troops 604 and iA"' Iaf. '
In 614 held a "play day" at Ne- I
nursing home April.At
the conclusion of the meetIng yati Scout Camp on Klngsley ii MOTHER'S DAYSPECIALS
Mrs. Eaves, assisted by -F Lake last Saturday. The 40
Mrs. H.M. Rlcharde, presentedthe 4ryJ girls were accompanied by their G
following new members with ) loaders, Mrs. R.S. Mulllns,
corsages: Mrs. L.C. Early, Mrs. A.J. Eaves. Mrs. Wil- IA1cd I
Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire Mrs. liam Glover, and Mrs. D.T. I
L.B. Balllle and Mr..J.C.Yea- Faraboe.
ger. Mrs. Delores Boyce} alsoa PressleyTriplettTo While the girls hiked out to SALE PRICES THRUTHURS.FRI.SAT.

attend.new member Mrs. ,Ware was unable was also to Wed May 21 gical the camp deed they by picking did their up ecolo-trash I .

I Elaine Chacv s Carlton MengIn presented a corsage.A enroute. \\ ta t
Swimming and a picnic lunch
Church covered dish luncheon Mrs. Edna Pressley announces a / e
Jacksonville CeremonyThe honoring the new members was the engagement and were enjoyed by the group and l
they cooked their own dessertat
the meeting.
enjoyed following approaching marriage of her
Murray Hill Baptist out rice bogs were Sally and Ann to the camp site.
daughter, Patricia KellyR.
Assisting were Kathy Casey,
Beverly Meng, sisters of the
Church In Jacksonville was the Triplett,
Lee and Hardenbrook
Party Buggy
Birthday ,
setting for the marriage of groom.
Miss Elaine Chance, daughterof Following a wedding trip to For Joyce St. John The wedding is planned for Jim Glen Mulllns.Crews, and K6bln and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ru- South Florida the couple will 8 p.m. May tIn\ Laura Baptist -
fus Chance of Jacksonville, to reside at Jacksonville, N.C. Church.
Sgt. Carlton Edward Meng, US- where Sgt. Meng will be stationed Joyce St. John daughter of
MC, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul] at Camp Lejeune until Mr. and Mrs. Richard St. John, All friends and relatives are
Ignatius Meng Hampton Lake. his discharge In October. celebrated her seventh birth- Invited to attend.SORORITY JntlWtUCMtQ'
The wedding took place Sat- The bride graduated from Robert day Wednesday, April 28, at a
urday, May 1, at 3 p.m. with E. Lee High School and party!; at the Enlisted Men's TO MEET
Rev. James Cregan; pastor of( was employed at Southern Bell Club, Camp Blanding. I
St. Edwards Church, ''Btarke, Telephone Co. The youngsters enjoyed Gamma Theta Chapter of Beta -
and Rev. Chip Mlllerr assistant Set. Meiw/ graduated from swimming, dancing, Jeep rides Sigma Phi will meet Monday
Open All Ev. Week
T Day Day Frl. & Sot. 7
Thomas .
BUS and attended St. Johns Mr. and Mrs. Long ry p.m.
and hot
I a dog duringthe
pastor of Murray 1111 Baptist supper evening May 10, at 7:30 p.m. Open Sunday 1 To 6
lie has Jr. of Atlanta, Ga. announcethe p.m. 1 1a
Junior College.
Church performing the nup. River party; hours. In the home of Mrs. Town,
tials. returned from a year's Those attending were Jerri send Strickland on Edwards birth of a daughter, Laura
Decorating the altar were lour of duty; in Vietnam wherehe Boyce, Karen Chltty, Pam Net- Road. Ruth, on April 12, Paternal
baskets of white gladioli and served with a Marine Helicopter tles, Susan Willford, and Lou- grandparents are Col. and Mrs.
mums against a background of Squadron. ette Smith. Long of Starke.

large candelabra. ._ w'=> .H."_ --.....-.... ..__..:.. .--....................
Winiam Meng servWTitJrbrb-*' tip m Mon. thru Thrut. 4,1 r-
ther as best man. Ushers, were i 7
Theron Hunter, brother-in-law *6 p.m. Frl., Sat. 9 to 7 p. m. s e
of the groom, and Tommy Thomas ,
Open Sunday h.rne+ne /'. '
Miss Eleanor Chance attended
her' sister as maid of honor
and Mrs. Edward Chance of DAY SALEA CARP'S
Albany, Ca., sister-in-law of MOTHER'S gi1w (h! CHARGE

the bride, was matron of honor ; _
They wore identical gownsof

plaid yellow organdy, white featuring and full orange long prize winning collection of the greatest stylesll!! y< ;' t

sleeves, fitted bodice and full Pert n' perky abbreviated Hot pant Dresses, comfy culotte
.. Their hair was entwined I
with fresh daisies,and they car- dresses & latest styles in fashion dresses-AII! of them .. ,

ried yellow mum nosegays. just in time for our gala event! i ,

Stephen Chance of Albany, .
Ca..wae rLg bearer. Choose from assort fabrics in daringly bold patterns &

Given lit marriage by her bright bright solids. Various lengths in misses, jr. petite '+ t-d Ot
father, the bride wore a nylon ''
organdy gown on the empire & / sizes M.:, / 45 PC. MELAMINE AVOCADO or FLAME
line with Inserts of se-
quin-trimmed lace and self DINNERWARE SET !
train attached at the shoulders.Her I., COOK SET
tulle veil was secured by Ze2
a beaded tiara. Her only ornaments ;cE4Ie899? : A complete service for Hard cote Teflon II for
and pearl were earrings a strand of and pearls she !I : 8 In 4 lovely patterns. $1097 2 saucepan qt. sauce& 10"pan fry 1 pan.qt., $1183

carried a cascade arrangementof I II
orchids and carnations. y
A reception was held In the AA
church hall, where baskets of I c:1: aTfl'1tii
gladioli and mums were used. I _
Standing In the receiving line
were the bride and groom, I i
their parents, attendants and PANTYHOSE W't
grandmother, and Mrs. Freda r t i', j

Meng of Toledo Ohio, grand- '
mother of the groom. '
The bride's table was cov- ) P : j
ered with a lace cloth decor- '
ated with garlands of green- Great array of hoseIn a -
sizes to fit S-M-L-XT,
ery and mums. Centering the some 1 size stretch & also .- I WARING POLAROID
table was the bride's cake. size. Neutral & fashion I LADIES
Cutting the cake were Mrs. ,,
Henry Wright aunt of the bride, 7 SP. COLORPAK BENRUS GRUEN t
and Miss Phyllis Meng sister $ 99 WATHAM HELBROSWATCHES
of the groom. SIt' BLENDER
The punch table was covered Color pictures In minutes
with a lace cloth with garlands JQueen black &
of and Insets of 8 push white Inseconds. j
greenery mums.
$2788 17
tons, jewel.
but$1873 I Ig
Assisting in serving were Mrs. lassJar Gift boxed. H993 r
Susan Wright, cousin of the
bride; Miss Joyce Meng, slater J
of the groom; Mrs. Mott
Payne and Mrs. William
Miss Brenda Johnson kept
the bride's book, and passing

Mary Alice Sellers-

To Wed Mr. Bush

Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Sellers 1 : { J PROCTOR-SILEX GE
announce the engagement of SPRAY-STEAM-DRY GE 9-CUP
their daughter Mary AUce, to LADIES LADIES TERRY Youths-Mens-Boys CANISTER
Conley Joseph Bush, son of IRON

Starke.Mr., and Mrs C.S. Bush of SANDALS SLIPPERS SANDALS I Different PERK VACUUM

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Mrs. Gladys Weldon returned atiROMANTICCotton
Mrs Lou :
Dockery Sunday after staying with her Lkk\}
Welcomed HomeAt grandchildren In Jacksonvillefor 1 "r:: '
ten days while Mr. and
Morning Party Mrs. J.R. Weldon went to Bermuda
I II on a trip Mr. Weldonwon
through the Liberty; National -
1 Mrs. Lou Dockery was hon- Insurance Co. I
ored at a "welcome home" s
; party; Tuesday morning given Loren Conner, R.M. Crosby
t by Mrs.J.G. Caldwell and Mrs. Mrs. Charles Schaeffer and
r Richard Jockel and Mrs. Doc- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Earner
) kery's home on S. Water street. and daughter of Atlanta spent
Mrs. Dockery had spent sev- the weekend with L.L. Conner
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eral months In West Milford. and families. 1'I :I4nf
W. Va.
Centering the refreshment table voile
Elizabeth Tyrrell returns -
Mrs. splashed with taupe and apricot -
an of
was arrangement
to her home In Farm- (
1! mixed spring owers. Invited ington, Conn. Thursday after tic look flowers for summer creates a roman jJ j- )
Twenty-two guests were visiting friends here for the
to call between ten and
four months.
eleven o'clock. .. -, xShnply Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Truluck returned last Wednesday from
ten days visit with Mr.and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. J.McKay "-.
Jr. and family, and Mr. and Truluck of Sanford were week- Mickey AIU Dansby at Sheppard
Falls Texas.
of Mr. and Mrs. -
Mrs. Taylor Sr. of Jackson- end guests
ville will be weekend guestt C.B. TerwUlegar Jr. J
Mr. and Mrs. John Glover -
of Mr. and Merritt Wil
Mrs. have flown to Rochester, Mina
liams. Mrs. J.H. DuPre was In Riv- where Mr. Glover will
erside Hospital last week fora through the Mayo Clinic, and go 1 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams .
checkup.Mr. Is a patient In the Rochester
the weekend with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mack L. Williams Methodist Hospital.Mr. .

Mack Williams and Mr. and returned last Thursday' and Mrs. James R, Ingalsbe -
Mrs. Warney Adklnson. after ten days visit with relatives I of Fort Ann, N.Y. were rsOLERRANC
In Savannah and Way- Chic last Wednesday overnight Wy
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns cross, Ga.Robert guests of Mr. and Mrs. M.L
and son, Dale, spent the week- Lawson. Sr'
Jeanie Whiffen modeled
end In Daytona Beach and were Hurst of Charleston,
joined by their other son Ricky, S.C. was the weekend guestof this pimiento red Miss Karen Cissy made the
from Howey Academy.Rex his brother and sister-In- polyester knit from Lei.la' Dean's list at St. Johns River
law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hurst. in the Junior College last semester. '
recent Spring
Smith of Lakeland visIted \

his grandmother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper Dressy Pants Fashion Show sponsoredby Rev. and Mrs. John Flynnare SALE
Bertha Pearce, from Saturdayto visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil the Junior Women. attending a Clergy Con-
Wednesday while enroute to Anderson in Lake City Sun- Keeping it simple ference at Camp Weed at Car-
Baltimore Md. where he Is being day. Dressy is the word of rabelle from Monday to Thursday -

transferred. Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Stoner this 100 per cent, completely and adorned chic,by the a long dress narrow is* *** -Jt* tr. * *A

Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warrenof and grandson, Wade, of Ocala outfit from washable Stump's pant pocket with gold Miss Evelyn Sinclair of FSU 1969 Plymouth! Fury III 1970 Dodge Dart
the was
Waycross, Ga. spent
were weekend guests of Mr. buttons. was home for the weekend.
weekend with Mrs J.S. Sapp and Mrs. George W. Brown.RLV& mcdeled in the recent 4 Door Hard Top Copper with .4 1 Door 6 Cylinder Automatic
and family. Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade attended Black Vinyl Top Also. has Air
Transmission, Radio and Heater,
Spring Fa shion Show by Paul Faulkner was In Pitts- the National L.P. Gas
Ka y Turner. burgh, Pa. Sunday to Tuesdayon convention In Chicago, Ill. Friday Condition Power Steering, Power \'IV'1 l Trim Blue with White Top
business. to Monday. Brakes, Clean Clean

Mrs. Fsma Yongue, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G.W. McKinney Chief and Mrs. Marvin Kanko ;
Mk Thelma Dean of Fairfield and of Jacksonville and Mrs. of Orlando were Saturday night 1895 1895
Mrs. Kate Strickland of Palat- Mae Varnes of Starke were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.L.
ka were Saturday guests of Mr. visiting In Mialcah over the Cooper.
and Mrs. JG. Caldwell. weekend.Mr. .
with Mrs. Mark Hamilton and 1970 Chevy Impala 1969 Plymouth Fury III
Mrs. Lenore Foster left FrI- and Mrs. W.H. Graham daughter of Tampa are spend-
the In spent last week In Tampa on ing two weeks with Mrs. John
day to spend summer .I Door Blue and White Air Con- Custom 9 Passenger Wagon,
Barnard, Vt. business and pleasure. They II, Andrews while Mr. Hamilton -
DressesMany brought back their granddaughter and Mr. Andrews are attending dition. Power Steering, Power Wood Grain Panels and Full rower -
Dr. H.G. Bollinger attendeda Amanda Williams, of Lar- National Guard campat Brakes Cruise Control, Tilt Wheel and Air Condition. This Car is
Chiropractic Seminar at Day- go for a week's visit. Camp Blanding.Mr. One Owner Sold New By Us. like new with very low !Mileage.
.ti tona Beach over the weekend.Mr. Very Clean.
Sheriff and Mrs. P.O. Reddish and Mrs. C.L Cooperhad
and Mrs. J.B. Godwin spent Thursday to Mon- as dinner guests last Thurs $2695
sizes, spent the weekend with relat- day visiting Mr and Mrs. Glen day night, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil $3195
I ives here. Reddish In Guntersvllle, Ala., Cooper or Durham, N.C., Mr.
colors and and Mr. and Mrs. Roger ChaseIn and Mrs. Walter Stewart, Mr.
r Ogden Bates of Jacksonville, Decatur, Ga. and Mrs. Alex Perryman, and
formerly of the State Farm, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Branham 1968 Chevy Caprice
patternsports underwentlegsurgerylastweek Local admittances to Brad- of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. 1968 Dodge 440 Coupe
in Memorial; Hospital,Jackson ford County Hospital this week Cecil Padgett and Mr. and Mrs. WAGON, Power Steering, Power
ville. Include: Mrs. Dee L. Saxon, Aaron Padgett of Starke and White with Green Vinyl Top and Brakes, Air Condition)' Wood
Hampton; Mrs. Cleo Dykes, families Green Interior, Air Condition Paneling/ / Solid White Paint, One
Little Kellle Baldwin, daugh- Lake Geneva; Mrs.Hoyee Shaw, I'ower Steering/ Power Brakes, Owner Car, Perfect for The Sum
of Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Lulu Mrs. Florence Johnson, Mrs. Frank Weaver of Willis
ter ; -
.... Good; Tires. Clean and Ready To mer Vacation, Clean.
Baldwin, celebrated her third Keystone Heights; Frank ton spent the weekend with
Wearthat birthday Sunday at a small fam Oaugherty; Waldo; Mrs.Rebecca Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Jackson. Go.
ily gathering. Nettles, Harvey Simpson, $2195
""- John S. Woods, Mrs. Clmlney Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray
would make any Mr and Mrs. James O'Brian Smith, Mrs. Margaret I learn, of Nashville, 'lenn. spent the $1795
of Fort Walton Beach spent Miss Lynn Greene: :Mrs Georgia first of :he week with her mo-
mother love you all the weekend with their parents, Sumner and Mrs. Ethel ther, :Mrs J.S. Sapp and fam-
N \ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- Smith, Starke. ily. 1965 Olds 88
the more. 4i"Lingerie dale, and Mr. and Mrs. T.H. 1966 Olds 98 LS
O'Brian. I Door Hard Tcp Power Steeringand

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Wednesday to Sunday. Item you can get and Air Con can't go wrong.::
to take care of Mother's dition. This is a Heal Road Car.
John Flynn Jr. of St. Petersburg ppos
spring and summerneeds. ;' ; m Junior College will f. $895
be home Friday for the sum- $1595
Gary Bakken spent the week-
end with Greg Crosby in Gaines- 1968 Rambler American

ville. 1967 Plymouth Fury III
27.000 One Owner Miles, 6 Cylinder -
and Mrs. Don Harden-
brook Mr., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hak- Power Steering' and Brakes, Air and Standard Transmission.Pure .
ken, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Ca- Condition Radio and Heater One Economy in Every Wa>'.
sey of Starke, and Mr. and r Owner. 9 Passenger Wagon Also Clean as :New. Check This
Lk : Mrs. Nick Crosby of Gainesville t Ready To Go Anywhere You Out.
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tival at the Coliseum Satur- r
day night. $995

4 and Mrs.Mrs.Lola Henry Johnson Godwin and Mr.and With A Ring For HerIN $1595

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and Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. M F' WW n 777* R 7* 7 77rxw j77rr 7C7CWW 7< tm m
Johnson of Hlnesvllle, Ga. attended KARAT
the Johnson family reunion SOLID GOLD
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nni 6 BHS Runners Set For StateSix

top Bradford High track. "Morphey must Jump 6"2'' ube BUS won tile Class A ate
men will participate In the State In the top point getters and track title in 1983 and 1961.
Track Meet at the University Is capable of It. was runner up in 1962 missingby
Bradford tttlnclads took fifth Bradford's best showing
came John Douglas turned in the Florida'In
Leniun took fifth of Gainesville
place aanong 27 teams In the In the 880 yard relay.The Tor- best Individual performance aa Levy placeIn this one point, and wasup tvogr
the 100 with 10.2. Saturday after
Class A schools of Region II nado team of Tim Clark, Ver- he took third place In Die 100 chance In regional earning the "The relays present the biggest again In 1963, missing by
Saturday In Winter ParV. non Barber Levy Lennon and with a 10.0. Tim Murphey took "Levy Is one of the top young In Winter Park. competition lfs. They're the glory 2-1/2 points.
Ever Palatka Scum John Douglas set a new BIIS fourth place in the high Jump sprinters In the state, classA events of track and our gang
strong record of 1:30.4 for second with class AA," Coach Loper t "The Is no exception. Levy Lennon
took first place with 52 points, a Jump of 6'0". or past Kegional<< II was)
place said. termed the 'mini-I
bollowed by Bartow with 46 He was fabulous under pressure tate meet'because
points. Auburndale was third "We did It In style" Coact ," Loper said.Bradford's In the 880 yard run, Richard, dominated our the Regional schools who last was week hurt,In has spring recovered football -
with 34 points while Haloes Fill took In track and Held
Loper said. "Barber and Doug eighth place a time
sprint medley relay scene all season" Coach most of his speed, but Is still
City was fourth with 27. las were out of sight"Nevi : of 2:04.9.: a
Vernon Barber about his best
team of George Loper said. one second off
Levy Lennon, John Douglas and "lie ran though he was sick," splits and he should be In near-
Mark Crawford took fourth Loper said. "It was a fine effort "ft Is strongly felt that the My Neighbors
place with a time of 2:01.8.: from one of the state's 1971 state champion and run Saturday. Mark
And Activities From ner-up will come from our ly top speed by
"Mark's anchor effort did top sophomores. Crawford, out five days with
region. Outside powers to M4 J) i:D
I THE RECREATION It again, but It was close," Malachi Henry took eighth threaten are Arcadia DeSota, the virus tug ran the necessary ttaRs
CENTERRECREATION Loper said.Jimmy place In the long Jump will Andy Crew (hitting) Pensacola Catholic, and Bis strong: sprint medley anchor ores .,

Andrews took fifth a Jump of 201." and Jackson Prevatt hop Barry to name a few. In 52.2 and Is now hoped 1 .
Palatka South will be favoredto to have recovered enough to : f1
place in both the high and low "It was a fine Jump Intoa (catching) or. shown win it all with Bartow De- :duplicate his best split of 50.9. (
hurdles. strong wind," Loper said. hero In Bantam baseball Soto, llamas
City, and Pensa-
SOFTBALL games left and they must play All of the boys who were In ; "Barring anything unforeseenwe
"It was a great performanceIn cola Catholic close behind, Lo- '
LEAGUE ACTION CENTERS Williams-Community; and the Meat," said Loper. ""e the top four places will go league practice. per should do well In both re-
AROUND THE FIGHT Independents. So next weeks should be the top class A hurd- on to state competition this says. lays. So much depends on the oa
FOR FIRST PLACE. play should prove most Interesting ler In 1972." Saturday. "For the Tornado runners best end resulthealth, weather
says Rec. Director who made it to state there area handoffs. Fast heat and -
HurstShell-Green's BBQ has Gene Hayburn.' It Is highly possible BANTAM PLAY- lot of Its right now. Doug- mental approach Is difficult to -
.. taken over sole possession of that a tie will exist, he -. last will have to equal his QHM.M
the league lead again In Men's adds. beat 100-yard dash time to place predice. One thing Is sure
Slow Pitch Softball However, .: The Bantam Baseball League In the first six the points. He though, we have a definite opportunity '' "Why must be the little
they have played one more game RESULTS, MONDAY MAY 3 will open Its season, Saturday can do It and Is fast overcoming ; here to accomplisha you who drove all these
than second place Williams liS- BBQ 11 May 8, with a doubleheader at recent Illness,as shown great deal, individually, as old lady
Jewelry-Community; Bank, and ANDREWS DRUGS 8 the Bantam Field at Pratt Street by a fantastic 20.8 anchor spilt a team and representing the cars-eo
both .have the fewest losses Playground. In (the 880 Relay Saturday. school." Coach Loper adds.
In league play at three. This game\ was scheduled for
Friday, April 30, but was post
Friday night's games were poned because of the rain. It
rained out and one of those was a narrow escape and a big r
games will definitely changethe win for the Hurst Shell Gran's
standings as Williams- BBQ as it gave them the league
Community; was scheduled to lead and puts the pressure on FRESEASA
play Cunningham Gulf,presently the two teams that are chasing -
the league's third place team them
with four losses.
The winners scored three L.
The teams are vying tor (tie runs in the bottom of the first
right to participate inlnvitattonal inning and held this lead until -
Tournaments. The first Increasing It to 7-0 at the .
half champ will represent the end of five innings Andrews "? 4.Al
league In the Seventh Annual Drugs In the top of the sixth,

Starke Invitational May 28-30. having only three hits to that -,-. -- -
The league champ along with point of the game exploded for

the runner-up of the first halt eight runs to take an 8-7 lead. Bobby Milncr .Is shown here lust bfor. he cracks a no-
will participate In a June Invitational.
However, the lead was short they hit. Milner had two hits 'for the night a h. h.l l ,svd

lived Hurst-Green came back to power the Hurst-Green team to a 11-8
At the present Ume Hurst with four runs In their halt victory over .
Shell-Green's BBQ and Williams of the sixth for the 11-8 vic- Andrews Drugs.

Jewelry Community; tory. The winners only outhlt
Bank have the best opportunity the losers 11-10 and were pacedby
LEAGUE STANDINGS ( team added five more runs to
; to earn these spots H5- Greg Richards perfect trips May 4)) Hurst the Ice. Carrier air
Shell-Green's put game on on new
LO has only three games left to the plate, two-for-two. Rob
BBQ 9-3, Williams Jewelry- Billy Jo Sanford was the top
to play. However, two of these bie Smith and Bob Mllner each
games are against the Independents had two hits. For Andrews Jo- Comm. Bank 8-3, Cunning- hitter going four-for-five. David -
ham Gulf Independents 7-5, Bennett Lamar Sanford
and WilliamsCommunity. ey Dampier was twofortwoand conditioning equipment
; The Jewelry Bank Fred Wheeler had two hits. First Baptist Church 2-10 Andrews Wayne Harper, and Lamar Williams
team has four games to play DnurH 2-10. each had three hits, with
and they must meet Hurst- e e SCHEDULEThursday Williams hitting: one out of the -
Green and Gulf. The whimsical rt- ball park. The Independents had .
Cunningham progeny May 6- 7:30: Andrews --
The Gulf team also has four jar to hit W-2 jorm as "Dad- Drugs vs. Williams- 12 hits and were paced by the =
dy't report card. Community; 9 p.m. independents three-for-three performance of Matching Cooling [
vs. Hurst-Green. Jerry Chilly.; Coil r i

Tuesday May 119 p.m.,
Andrews Drugs vs. Cunningham Results Thursday, April 29- .
Gulf.Results. H>DBQ 29
if it's Cunningham 6
Tuesday, April 27-
Andrews Drugs 14 Hurst Shell-Green's BBQ
First Baptist 7 maintained their. mastery over
Cunningham Gulf by trouncing h
than Andrews
Drugs' pounded out the Gulf team 10-d In a most
20 base hits encoute to their'second .,
Important game for both teams.
win of the season, a
The win enabled HurstGreento
14-7 decision over First Bap I
keep pace with Williams

list With Church.the exception of the Initial Jewelry-Community both sharing !first; place.Bank team The HhI M:.
S'u Inning Andrews scored each loss dropped the Gulf team to
time they came to the plate. second place and put Cunning 4
The winners
had built
up a ham In the, position of almost
10-3 lead after
three Inningsand
having to win their remainingfirst
coasted to vlcotry.
halt gomes..
Fred Wheeler! had a perfect l lII
The Cult team has yet to tU11 f
night at the
plate going four- 1''
defeat Hurst-Green In three I
for-four, while Leo- Cogdlll and Mo I38G0002
Richard Curds each! had three meetings. II 1 lWltit. ; /
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I tP1 Garden Nine Wins May- 15 Date Set For Cukes

Cucumbers are expected on cold and sand storms, Harrell are low, Harrell said with
the Brooker market by May IS, said. the price to growers ranging
but volume Kill be lighter than The Brooker manager still from $1.25 to $L50 per half
Gainesville TourneyGoing usual, according to manager has hopes for a good price on bushel.
M.O. Ilarrell. cuhes and reports that demand A few string bean will be
Cucumber acreage la about Is strong In South Florida. coming In soon, and eggplant)
In the Brooker The market Is U the
average area running squash expected on market around -
but yield la down due to late at the present time, but prices the first of June.

undefeated to win the any comfort of ease that Gar- ., -- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- -"- -- - ---- -- --. -- .- .- .- .- . . . . . . ..
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Gainesville Recreation: Depart- den emerged with a 5-4 vic
ment' Invitational Softball tory.
Tournament this past weekend, The Garden was trailing 4- Is
Starke's Garden Restaurant 3 as they began the bottom of ': Every Day

.i.iy softballers capped the winners
bracket to take the tourney. the final Inning. Tommy Mal-
The hIgfI-poweredStarke slow loy led things off with a dou- PtTfM0"> *
ble. Tommy Clark then hit a t,,, '
pitch softballers brought home MOTHER'S DAY I
the four foot high champion- shot back to the pitcher and i
ship trophy. John Watson's second an unbelievable play was madeto '
straight homer won the retire Clark.
championship game for Garden
(Buddy) Thompson won this UMnch color Zenith a 5-3 win over Stan's Transmission bat John and Watson promptly then belted came the to AT-

l.vl.on! sot In the American Cancer Society's annual of Ormond Beach. ball out of the park, the game
Victim number one was the
funds drive. Th. s.t was given in a drawing Saturday Gainesville Jaycees and the was over and Garden was pre-
in. front of Stump' Department Store. Garden polished this team oil sented the cnampioshlp trophy.

Gus Kapelousos, loft, and Brian Hamilton, are 1971) 22-2, collecting 24 base hits. Garden had only nine hits In SALE

Cancer Drive chairmen. Mist Lillian Stump, in Rick Turner three-for-three the game and were paced blWateon's
and Jim Carllngton two-for- two-for-two, boll
I Is the overall drive chairman. To dot. the 1971 can- two. were the leading hit pro homo runs, and Marcus Rho-

e.r drive has ra Iud $2,300, including $650 from th. ducers.In den's two-for-three.
TV donation drawing. game number two Gardenran
Into some difficulty; with Garden, as a team batted
Canaveral Sea Food of Mer- for an average of .492 collecting KITH AID
ritt Island before taking a 13- 89 hits, scoring runs,

12 decision on the strength of and hit 13 home runs. 4 4 ...............--.
17 hits. Tommy Clark and Lar- DELUXE
ry Hlngl each were three- Watson was six for seven .< .
Nedas And Activities From tor-three; Rick Turner was Including four home rune and
three-for-four. Round tripperswere an average of .857.: Tommy 7 CYCLEDISHWASHER
THE RECREATION CENTER hit by Marcus Rhoden Malloy was nine for fourteen
Jim Garlington, and Clark.In and .643 Rick Turner was eleven -

their third contest Gar-
den edged Stan's Transmission for eighteen and .611
Marcus Rhoden was ten for
10-8 getting 13 hits. Ronnie seventeen and .588 while Tom-
had edIfniahed four base hits safe-- Drugs; 9 p.m., Colonial Tanks Florist Thomas' base hit and a my Clark and Woody: Strick- A REAL MOTHER'SDAY
the game with 2) vs Barrett's Septic sacrifice fly by Emmett Ak- land each batted at a .500 clip.
Tuesday, May 117:30 p.m., Jim Garlington hit four home
rldge produced the winning runs
ties.Douglas Eddie Colonial Koch's 9 p.nu,
Brown std vs. TREAT
). In the bottom of the sixth inn-,
(Men's scheduled
uouglas were four-for-flve game Ing. Woody Strickland was
Bill Adams and Mark Graudona
three-for-three, while Thomas
three-for-flve, and Randall Davie PONY L ONLY
and Tommy Clark each were 301
and Harold Godwin were twoforthree.In .
two-for-three for the losers. PONY BASEBALLTO
game number four the Gar-
den pounded the ball extremelywell
Independents 10 REGISTRATIONThe 27 safeties and
First Baptist 4 Recreation Departmentwill 13 seven of them were hit out of DRIVEINShow $39995KITCHEN 1
racked begin registering boys ,
The Independents up the park and Garden went on to
14, and IS of age for the
their seventh win against four years
win 21-12 Mammon's Asphalt
over -
Baseball Program Begins At SundownFri.
losses by downing First Bap. Pony League of Tallahassee.
tist 10-4. starting Monday May 10.
Each team had 12 base hits, All boys who plan to play John Watson was four-tor- ., Sat. Mar 7,8
but the Independents out playedthe should register as soon as pos- five, while Wayne McLeod and
church team defensivelyand sible. Tommy Clark each were three-
In running the bases to Practice will begin Monday, for-four. Circuit clouts were THE 2 AID -
chalk up the win. The church May 17, with practice scheduled hit by Marcus Rhoden, Rick BIGGESTBONDS i I O I" p *"i ** Front-Opening

team led after one Inning 2-1 each Monday and Wed- Turner Wayne McLeod Jim TOPLOADINGPORTABLE '
before the Independents took a nesday. Garlington ((2) and John WatnofZX -
OF All
3-2 lead at the end of two. ""
until th, fifth when the Independents INDEPENDENT 7 In the championship game
led 7-3 and went on CUNNINGHAM GULF 4 Stan's Tranmlsslon of Ormond DISHWASHER
to win It 10-4. Raymond Tho. The Independents, unless a Beach was a formidable opponent
mas led the winners going two- and It was not with
miracle occurs, killed any;
for-three while Billy McRae hopes of Cunningham Gulf wining S1HO95
was four-for-four for the lo- the first half of the Recrea- t
sers. tion Softball League handing The Gulf team outhH the Independents '
them a 7-4 defeat.Cunningham 13-9 but could not
WOMEN'S LEAGUE OPENS buy a hit when It would have

The 1971 Women's Softball the defending produced runs. Credit must be
League will begin play Friday 'Champion of last year's league, given to the defensive play of AIR CONDITIONING J
May 7, at Westalde Park Ath scored three runs in the first the winning team.Independents .
letic Field with a doubleheader Inning but Independents scored were led at the miIF*
scheduled to begin at 7:30: three in the second to knot plate by the two-for-three performances SUPER _
the score. The score was tied of Ricky Bennettand dii : :
defending champions, at four all after three and Steve Cox. Kenny Chitty and PANAVISION* TECHNICOLOR* :&
Norman's Farm, will take on one half Innings of play.In Charles Lundy had key hits I United Arrwti
their old rival, Colonial Florist that scored runs for the win- ar nlea..d turu
in the opener while Koch's the bottom of the fouth ners. Gene Melvin was three- ....

Drugs meets newcomer Bar Inning the Independents took for-four to lead all batters Sun. Mon. May 9,10
ren's Septic Tanks at 9 p.m. advantage of a base on balls, while Frank Wolfe was two- ,
The league will have anew two errors and one base hit forthree."At .
look this year with a lot more to score three runs and take miUlViNI?! 'I"JIf1" : I .11
younger girls participating than a 7.4 lead. That was the end any rate we have now .
have in the past. All games will of the scoring with Cunningham going the most interesting and: CAME BERGEN I
be played at Westside Park and leaving a big opportunity enjoyable Recreation League PETER STRAUSS
admission is free. In the fifth, loading the bases that we have ever had, andthat's
SCHEDULE: with only one out, but the independents what its all aboutRE- SOLDIERBLUE
Monday, May 107:30: p.m., would not allow a CREATION." Rec DTU$279.9S
Norman's Farm vs. Koch's run to be scored. tor Gene Rayburo.says Direc- 22,000

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I II Green's BBQ 10-3 Williams I MODEL GHDB-500
I Jew.Community; Bank 8-3
Look Your Best! Independents 8-5. Cunningham SELF-CllANING
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May 6. 1971 T.le..31)' PasjeSK.E. : ;

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Night Meetings Requested For School BoardHolding Home Rule.. 5 Escape

school board meetings Terming ruiiwvu. oeua serious "It's a point we could talk night meetings and said the Casey also commended parents (From Pog 1)) InjuryIn
as night is under consideration ," Dobbs said he saw how about." said Board Member matter would be brought up for their assistance In
by Bradford board children could: "easily have Charles Sawyer. Chairman next Tuesday, May 11, at the Bradford High when -Okayed the date of Monday, Union board members. Crashes '
members after_a request was been killed or hurt badly"In Rodney Hall said night meet- special board meeting plannedto school resumed after the dis May 10, at noon In the Holiday -
made Tuesday by Robert Dobbs. the BUS disturbance. He Ins would be more convenientto consider re-appointment of turbance. It was Sawyer's recommendation Inn In Starke for a regional -Authorised Civil Defense Director
said he Is Interested now In him; he also works at Du of Instructional personnel on to ash parentsto mental health meeting.The program Frank Williams atten-
Dobbs has a daughter at Brad the school system. Pont. board Member Blaine annual contract. assist. Casey said, term- 1 I. a new one under which dance June 8-18 Battle Creek Four persons escaped Injury
lord Hlxh who was dismissed Thompson, a barber, also said Supt. Casey said night meetIngs .- ing It "one of the finest suggestions mental health units: will be constructed Mich for a civil defense staff Saturday morning April 30,
with other students In
along night meetings might prove are a definite possibility; we've had." Parents and operated by districts college. It Is the third In a an their cars collided four miles
the racial: disturbance. At lastweek's Injunction. .. more! convenient to him. U the board desires. All that are still Invited to visit the of counties. Bradford Is four part training session for outside of Starke on SR-16.
board meeting/ Dobbs would be necessary Is an of school Casey said, and are being asked 45 cents per cap Williams According to the Florida
said he lives nine miles. from (From Peg I 1)) The chairman asked board ficial notice! to the Secretary Invited to phone to determinea I ita for the first year's operation. -AgaIn discussed with Maurice Highway Patrol, a 1966 Ford
school. members to think about the of State date U they desire to visit. Edwards and he agreed to driven by Thomas Fisher Casklns -
In an emotion packed speech: enforced by the Sheriffs De sign an easement giving the Jr., 28:, of Lawtey anda
last week, Dobbs criticized: the partment. -Instructed Clerk Clb Brownto county; 75 feet of rightofwayto 1962 Falcon driven by George
school system and Supt. Tom When Brown still questioned write the Seaboard Airlines clean out Alligator Creek Just Washington Moye 58,of Starke,
Casey for their handling of the intent of the Roping Club's City Rejects Railway System that the gavel east of Rowell Lake. The board were travelling west on SBIS. -
the recent racial disturbance.: contract. Judge Patten asked My Neighbors road In Lawtey, east of agreed to nil a hole along the .
He took half a day from his Myers to secure a copy of the and parallel to the railroad creek In return for Edwards: The Moye vehicle made a
the DuPont Company to contract. tracks, should be deeded to the foregoing $200 the county; was left hand turn as the Casklns
attend Tuesday's school board The contract stated the Fair Petition To u.s.CUSTOMS City; of Lawtey, since the road to pay him for a fence that vehicle was attempting to pass
meeting he said. Dobbs said Association: ". should have lies entirely In the city.; The had to be torn down. It. The 1966 Ford skidded 37
has the of the railroad wants to relinquish feet before the Gashing car
a number of people he priority; over use
Y of the road which It
talked to would like to have area at all times." has ownership not used for some time thortzlng the lawmen to carry George Washington Moye was
school board meetings at nightso "Mr. Brown, this leaves sole Return LandAccepting \
Chairman Dave Shuford said. pistols. charged with Improper changeof
attend without interfering control of the use with the
they can with their employ Fair Association" Judge Pat- The county; has maintained the -Was read a letter from the course, while Thomas Fisher
Southern Railway System In Atlanta
ten stated. road for years and will con Casklns, charged with havingan
ment. recommendation of course" for the city to keep tinue to do so, the commission stating that arrangementsare expired tag.
J Its Zoning Board, the Starke all land It owns.Chairman said being made for shipmentof
City Council rejected the petition -Approved$100 bonds for several the pipe and other equipment Ernest Eugene. Jones, 56,
1 of Marc Jackson Nell Tucker recommended to Install two additional culverts
1.c to return J sheriffs deputies to carry Jacksonville, escaped injury
to private ownership two accepting the son-. pistols. The ccnunII.1onwantecllt under the railroad at Friday afternoon as he lo.tcon.:
streets In Southgate Subdivision Ing board's recommendation clearly stated In the Sampson Canal. The Commission trol of his truck and traileron
and a playground deeded to. the and the council voted unanimously "You'll love living In the minutes that the board was and railroad have been SR-200.
city.; to do so. Several United States. We're free to approving the bonds, not au- negotiating the Joint operating
Southgate residents were present do everything -except keep for months. The letter stated
Jackson proposed the deal at the meeting. the we earn!" Chairman Shuford commended that Southern's' representativesfrom The Moye vehicle received
to the city several weeks ago money Commissioners Roberts and : Valdosta will contact the $300 of damage, while the Gaskins -
saying he wants to build a In other action, tho Council: Bryan for their work with the county; shortly. vehicle received $400.
home on the undeveloped portion
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.c of the subdivision which -Adopted an amended ordinance
x Is owned by his father, W.T. concerning: : the city electrical n
Jackson code, setting' regulations i ONLY ONE ON MOST
for Journeymen and maetsr
was brought out Tuesday
night by Zoning Board Chair- establishing
dates for examinations, and deleting slr tsL&iii
man John Torode that the subdivision the old requirement that B
deeded to the city for
a place business be main
recreational purposes. Torode tained.
said the board objects to the
Choke Lots Available city giving land back to any -Took action to clear up an
one.The. Inoperable pump In a pumpIng -
In The New city: ; should adhere to station In Saratoga Heights
Its requirement that five per where raw sewerage has been
cent of any land In a subdivision spilled out and has created
Crosby Lake Cemetery be given for a recreation foul odors. Sanitation Chairman
perk, Torode tald. But he added Billy Noegel said he would
It would be permissible for see Street Supt. S.R. Hicks :
the council to trade Jacksonthe Wednesday morning to clear
$$100 Per Single Grave Space .
present recreation alto In up the problem.
With Perpetual Care Available At Southgate for another site acceptable ti .
to the city.: ; -Approved $467.96 In utility :..
Small Additional. Colt The council rejected Jack ; bill write-offs concernIng -
son's petition then, leaving It 15 residents
to Jackson to contact the city; -
It Is Always Advisable To Make A If he wishes to trade land -Ordered an Investigation Into
a resident charge that city; ---
Selection Before Actual had. VZes Torode said the zoning board garbage workers accidentally
had no objections to closing took several boxes of clothIng WICKERCLOTHES 1 ONLY SLIGHTLY USED

LOTS SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT unused undeveloped Eastwood, but portion suggested Avenue of the in subdivision the the- a home.from The the front resident porch billed of BASKETS 2 PC. Living Room Suite

council Investigate to see If the the city; $364.75. and the council : BROWN
For Information Contact Any Officer street 1s needed for the city; pay will the bill.decide whether It should REG. $2.95 NOW. $1.95 NEW PRICE $219.95 NOW $99.95
to maintain drainage In a creek
Of The Crosby Lake Cemetery Assn. Inc.E. that runs through the subdi

L. Mothews, President 964-6305
Arch Thomas Sr., also a
L. O. Haien, Vice Pr... -. 94-7352' member of the zoning board, Jacksonville
said the city; can't have too YOUR"CHOICE Sofa Bed
A. J. Thomas Secy. Treat.964-5701 much land for recreation. He ,

added it Is "a very wise Business RED TAPESTRY SLIGHTLY USED

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DirectoryAuto 1 ONLY QUILTED TURQ. VINYL 1 Only Bookcase Bed

No 51-QQ4fl _
Covered Lounge ChairREG.
1 _._._ -- -- -- -- Parrish Motors $79.95 dose-Out$49.95 Close-Out $24.95WALNUT

t. 2 JUN- 0 *22,848.25 o RALES
3 JUNJ 08. 6 *23356.71. 09 _" FARTS
4)111 *Z3. 56.71 c Always Good*Used Cars RECLINA ROCKERSVINYL

s AUG *23,556.71 a Ml Lairs St. Ph. 33J-5W4 OR FABRIC COFFEE TABLES

6 UP -- 1 *Z3656.71 CO0O ELECTRIC :MOTORS REG. $159.00 Sale $129.00 $6.95 Each

7 OCT-1-67 + *23,756.71
COO PEAVY Brothers

8 NDV-1-67 t *23,856.71] :o Electric; Co., 3 Armless Sofa BedsIDEAL 1 USED VANITYGOOD

9 DEC-1-67 1 *23956.71 -SX3B. Electric: !Motors FOR LAKE PLACE MIRROR & BENCH

10 DECJ1-67 *24,490.10, XOB" Sold Generators- Serviced- Sta.tere- Armature Repaired\ REG. $79.95 Sale. $59.95 $15.00

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11 JAH-1-68 4590.10
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12 fEB-1-68( *24,690.10 CONN and KIMBALL

13 PlAR-1-68 ** 4,790.10 e ORGANS Special $1.00 $79.95 Close-Out $49.95ONLY

14 APR-1-68 1,890.10 p

1 Only-2 Piece 1 SMOKED
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16 ,MI-1-68) 5,090.10Z5.6M9.Oh$ Room Suite Solid Ash Nite TableREG.

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( ORGANS $3ss:95: Sale Priced $299.95
-coCDO $19.95
. 19 AUG-1.68 I r, *25t849.01 Roosevelt Mall-3M SW

20 SEP-l'68 *** *25,949.01 a WESTERN STOKE """" 1 Only-2 Piece Living 1 Table

21 OCT -1-68 *** 100.00 )Z6i049.01w Group Lamps

22 Room SuiteROSE Close-Out

Western Store

/Western Clothing Leather.
goods. Saddles and TralleiaCharles REG. $219.95 Close-Out $189.95 $6.95 EACH .
&: Sharon Petty
,. Insomnia cured here. IMS: S. Edjewood 384-1210 .. .

J The money you don't want to lie awake FURNITURE 1 s .

j worrying about should be invested with us. BAXLEY Furniture.Discount CHAIR / .P t. La u4' Jxifu.r .

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lord t-ouulr. riorld
(iA.. No. Itnslrlrnl t> ..ID"I Is Th. Co..t ........ <<::o.rNolle a tax deed to be Issued there against .said esloto.. end I Timber Shooting ContestThe
in"IUD: Petition of John RoRerntlnK. Plant Additions nod Of Dra.'o.d Ceantt'. "IO.ld. on. The certificate number, You nach of you. are Pino Pulll.,1 lmj-... The
amy and Bertha Love Bsllamcoffin Belt. Modifii-atluns City .( Stark. a. Pr....".. No. and! yews ef /Issuance, the description hereby .ndnom' and required on a lump loiiiprlnoil mini of ape Fuqua SaysBreaking
*' adoption cof Arthur: Florida In UtI: E.tau oj! Anna I. of the property, and to rile any claims and demandswhich offering Is. '450 acres lo b* Bradford-Union Area
: : Hauled proposal will be r.- Jan..n. D.c..ed. the name. In which It was) assessed you or either ot you, pi-oxlmalel two. <(3) ,,.'ru..
Motion'/ Of Ado tlon. !Brooeedlnn celved by the City Counoll of To OreJltors are a* follows] may have. ,against the sstato of llvlilud Into worked Vocational-Technical Center and entering U tht
To: Row Lei Townslev the City of """lark... Florida un. All oreultors of the Ustats of Certificate Mo.'/ 48. Year of Paul Darren Mtet>hone duceOs.ed Theso are generally.end mane' bal picked its "Road Scholars" number one crime In Bradford
who.* resld.nc. Is : ill 7.01): ( p. M. (local time) on Anna J. .. Issuance 1969.Do.crlptlon .. |late of Bradford County. out tulDi-nllne Harvesting
You Ar. Hereby NoStiSi June 1. 171. for the Municipal hereby notl ...d'andJaJ.tur.d"owKinh of Property WJ4 Flnrniu. in the office of the of round timber. su 'oeHsfulblililer for 1971 to participate In this County; other than traffic violations.

that the above n..... Petitioner nionol Eieotrla Generating, file any claims or demands of SB't of NWli of 8W14 EX County Judge of Bradford. In to, be done within hY tuft i iKhtevn< (lx) year's Plymouth, Trouble Shoot-. Police Chief Ken Fuqua .
John.Bellamy and hi. wit. Plant\ Additions and Modlflcatlnns they "*" have against LOT OJB V By 187' N county Ktarke, Bradford 1-rln.l I liewlnnlnit' July' lag Contest. told the Starke Clvltuia
Bertha Lov. Bellamy ; at which time proposalswill said .t. In the Offlc. of the a BBC -T-6-8-R-MB Counlj within sixmonths monihj: .., 31. 1973.tilds .
: U 'r
be and BXb : fl'O'l r.d"Ja 1D71 t< < .Mli Competing for the local voted Tuesday morning.
filed a petition In th. abovJ publicly: opened 55ulrty: Judge of Bradford Name In which assessed of the be HBIIld' and returned -
.t tried Court fur the adoption rend aloud. Proposals" received County rlo..l... In the Court. art L. Tyl. of the drat publlcatlun. o-f this. should In Rn env.-loi.fi. marked< ) center will be Robert Ches- Merchant are !being urged
after the above specified time house at said'property. being' In notice
All of
of child 'Htark. Kloriua.
the described with. fine Tm-
as Arthur Qrlffln. and you thsr.ln'. for opening will be returned. In 01.' Calendar. month. from the County ot Bradford Slat Each claim or demand must "Bid for heap ho sun otx-ncd 10.nO ser, of Route, 1 I. Starke. and D- to use all precautions In clos.

required to show oauss why"I' unopened, to the sender. the first publloa-tton of thl* of Florida.. 'bo m writing1 and must state bur. June sole 4. I"1971' and. " the sum* should not b. The project Include* furnish- notice. Each claim or demand Unless such certificate or the vLnco! of residence and time for tho
The will be value of
granted sufficient team sponsored by having burglar
b, ....vlnll' a copy: -of :your" Wrl' I Ins and Installing one or two must b* In writing and must certificates shall ,b* redeemed post office address of tha ,| In to Jim Chnstem. ( alarm
ton defenses. If any: Due1-Fuel Diesel deneraMn"' emte, the place of residence and according property claimant and must be sworn to bid ""0111"" MnnnK"r.o'lorhl.: .. Starke Chrysler-Plymouth and system Installed.The .
upon Wlnlallcth.c. : .,
Thoron A. Tawn. J" who.. Units I with tht1ID3 ltY of post Offlc address of th* claim- described by the claimant his agent or lIo..llIe""I Prlr"n. I*. <) Bus 221. the contest will be held at recent racial disturbance:
address I I. P. O. Box HOT SI..k. not leas kw nor ant and must b* sworn to by or certificate will b. sold to hi. attorney, or It will be void Salt' t1 i
Florida Attorney for the P.U'I : more than 8SO kw. complete the claimant, his sKenU or hisattorney th* highest bidder at thn courthouse according to law liullu.U.: FloridaTHE Qt S.21 9:30: a.m., May M, at Exposition at Bradford High School and

lion.... and by: flllnc the ore with all auxiliary. equipment, or. It will become void] door on the fin Monday Inch creditor hall deliver Park (fairgrounds) In Orlando the Reno section was discussed.
Iclnal thereof with the Clerkof "' .lIonPI"I. nd switch-: according to law.. In month. of June. 1971. which sufficient ooplns of his claim
thin Court on or. before (items { : all other HSWilliam. J. Janaaen. Jr. s. l..D.t 1971* to enable the County lodge to OlD Chief Fuqua praised the BHj
the Datedtthis'r.r.f
17th day: of May. necessary for a compute WILLIAM J. JANUSEfo. JR. I April. mall one to each personalrupresontntlve. -L The winning team In the local faculty; and concerned citizens
I'IH:: b. turnkey: Installation Including Executor of the Pilate 1811. .
wl e a ludcement of. Anna for their In
analnat you a-rantlnr entered .additions and-or modifications J. Janasen, deceased.8 SEAL) Dated April 25.! A D. 1071. TIME contest will be sent to Indianapolis part preventing
petition for adoption. th.Wltn. to the present buUdlnv. Eugene f. Shaw Gilbert 8. Brown Freddie M. Stephens fir.FRBDUIB In June to compete against further outbreaks.
.." my: hand and the All material and equipment EUGENE f. CHAW' Clerk of Circuit Court M M. HTKVHBM.1 BRAn Seventeen Clvltans war
Trouble ShotSler present
seal of 1.14 furnished and all work performed 141 West Call tttrwt Bradford County. Florida Administrator of the Estate. other top
ADr14 1oUI'Hbl. IItb dpyof : shall be In accordance Stark. Florida ..11 41 I.U of Paul Darren tltaphenexDeceased from all parts of the coun- to hear Chief Fuqua. John

(STCAL) with the .p..lflollotlona and Attorney for Executor try in the championship finals. Bradley was In charge of the
contract documents pertaining Arrll tl.
8. 4-ia *t 1.11 First publication on
Gilbert said Court Brown, .. CI..kClt thereto which may be examined __" In The County Judge's. Cert. 1971. 4-29 4t 5.JO Contestants are competing for program.
at the office of Fred Wilson I. Aad ......
By Beulah. M. Moody: Deputy .tle. Of Apallaatlest For For Bradford C. more than $125,000 worth of -
*: Associates" Engineers, 1970Hendrlcks Tax Deed Florida NOTICE OK BIDS
Cleric. ...1 4t ISla Avenue. Jacksonville Beo. 1D4.10. F. s. D No. 1-19U Senl'd bl; 'Is will ion: remised scholarshps and awards. make a career In this field

Florida and at. the of. Notice la Heroby Given that In Re; Estate!: Of Paul Dar. up to and not later thin Juno Purpose of the contest Is to The Starke team Is coached
Tfce Hflfffcth .Padlelal Clreall. I.) Hall aturke.. Florida. the "following certificate Notice To Creditor Busllif'" ts, M..n..ro'lo.ld. :. block people complain about recognize and honor outstanding -
Ana For Uradlord Ifo. contract documents may bs ob- having claims' or demands are under their hatti." and to vo-tech center.

Patricia S. StIHwell. Plain tslnod from the office of Fred . ..... . encourage them to

"1 Jr.tiff,, DV..Dd:1::;: Aton AtlllwelL drlcks Wilson Avenue.Asvoclnes' Jacksonvlllo.Florida 1970 Hen, ................C"t1lt................_._. ..,..........:::::::: -=:::::::::::::: :':':'M: : : : ::::: :::.:::: ::: ::: : :.:.:.:... -- -- ..:..:..:...:...:...:..:;.:.;.:.:.;.;.;.:.:.:,,:;;;::::::::::;:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
TO Notice Paul Of Alton Bolt ettllw.DJR sannet., upon payment which will of 111 not.00for ..4'd MO>> '?Qg.yOU MONIY AT lAOlll yy 'N"m: : : ; ; ::;:; :::::::::::::;:;:;:;:;:; ;m mmm;

Care of Martha Bosw.ll be refunded Partial sets maybe A r.. . :
Florida Drive purchased from the 10nItlneer S rI a.
Phoenix City. Alabama by payment of the cost
You are hereby notified that of reproduction nt the rat of
all action for divorce hid been 10 80 par sheet of draw Inns and LADIES'PEIGNOIR
filed against you and you ar.required 10 10 par pac of the .pacific
to serve a oooy nf ations. .
your written defenses. If any. A Bid Bond properly executed .
1o It on Elsie. n,. Sanders. At. by the Bidder and by aQualified ..
tnrney for Plaintiff, whose" address surety, or certified
Is 198 'Went Call street. or cashier's check on any national .
P O. Box td. fltark Florida or state bank. In a sum ; Sar : ;:
S3091 and file the orlajnal with not loss than five percent of >re tl. ..''
the Clork of the nhovstyled. the amount bid. made .payable. I SETS .:
Court on or before May: IS, KTIitherwtsa to the Chairman of the City
( a Judgement. may b* Council of the City of 8ta.leo.FI..14. :::

entered against. :you for the r.. .., must accompany each PERMANENT ;::
list demanded In til* Cora hid a. a guarantee that the .'.
plnlnt.,: Bidder will not withdraw from
Witness. my hand and I". the competition after openingthe PRESS FAMILY ..:.::
seal nf said r'ourton the day bid. and. In the event the CTOrTCSWIDAT ....
crt April. 1871. contract I la awarded to the Bid ,t. ;.:.
(SEA I,) der. he will. within ten day Jfi
Pampir Mini with this .':':
tlieroartrr. enter Into contract .
Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk .
By Betty. Edwards' Dnpnty and furnish the required bond.failing lively in mid if 65% SATUIOAV t / / .:.:.
forfeit .
which he shall Kedtl .
4-15 4t 6.1 : Pilyntir, 35% usntl .
deposit a* liquidated damages.. sl.hl. *..er / ; :.:
The Hid Bond and Performance Cittin, In lift lamlthat'll. :
In The County .I."... For nmdfnrd County. Flertdaj secured from and excuted by .
In lie Estate. of Eunice LouIs (not merely countersigned.. ) an r)) Sehlffll imbrildiry.Sim :;.:.:;:.
Mnrrls. DeceneeANotice the insurance CN CK .......
agency of surety or Sm. Mid. ft LI. COMPARE .
To Creditor.All company which agencyshall ...........
creditors of th. Estateof !: have nn established. placeof YOU .......
Eunice: Louise Morris decensed business In the State. of \ SAVI I 1S9e ..........
are hereby notified Florida and. ho. duly licensed \ __ fmm : : :.:
and required to file .any claimsor to conduct business. therein and OUR LOW. LOW PRICES : : :
demands whli-h they may: such agency shall receive and
here. ..1f.I-t( said, restate:+ In the. retain f..1all.n'a\ commissionon
office of the County Jude. of such bond. 15 PC. PLASTK
Tlrndforrt' County Florida. lathe Each:: bid should be. addressed augury
Courthouse. at St..ke. Flora to the City Council Rtaik. I I m evfu
Irtn. wlhln six: : efllendar months Florida and marked "Muni "I
from the. date of the first' nun! cipal, Dteeel-Flectrio Generating WDINNERWARE I
llc>ntlon of this Notice. Each:. Plant' Additions and Mod '
clntm or demand must be In ifications". and delivered to EAGIE J 'p
writing' end must state the the office of the City Clerk at
place. or residence and post of- the City Hall either by a...- :; MAKEUP ... pltlii.
ftn( ndrtrnss of the claimant presnntntlve of receiptdtherefor J J. ( cup I uncut,
r A'
rind must he to bv the ...hllobt..ln\ a ? r '
1'1"Imnnt. his ""sworn"nt, or hi. ate or by rcirlntered mnll with return :!*!: {. ::: MIRRORS i : ? 1 bind & later

tornev or It will become void receipt requested.The I .)<. I dlthn, I halt
*cr" E3rne-Hn DenmarkFRNRSTINE tn waive Informalities In any fJ) plittir,

: : DCMMARTCAdmlnlvtrntrlx hid to relact any or all bids ) 1 vicitibli
of the Estat In whole or In i>..t. with or PLASTIC bw'll11l.r'
of Eunice Louise Morris, de- "
armed Mds. that, in lit Judgment, Cwill LADIES' t 'rr: i bowl' with' lid

First Publication on April lie for the beat Interests of LADIES' I ,:" f 1 eriimir
15tb. 1871. the Cltv of Starke.'! '
4-15 4t ,., City Council of the City: of WALTZ \ u..ot1I I

In The rircnlt- 'h .InillMnl Clrrnlt. In And 4-3 M &-< w..f PERMANEN
Of 6 .
For Itrndfortl Count YOU 1
In rte: Petition of William In The Circuit ConOf Brads iW3l) GOWNS '>: 1

Clnrendon Powell Jr. and Ruth lord f'onniy, Florida t\ l MtMANINT "" -... I SAVI .
Johnson Powell, his wife forfiflontlqn c.; ; No.Wlnnle'Virgfnta PRESS --' ; : 5.00
I of a minor, ""V lkes.. Pain- Vy MISS _
Notice nf Adoption Prererdlns'l 'tltf. vs Andrew Jackson Bikes. /
Come ....,
'\0' James Marvin Parker. Der.n"nnt.NOTIC'1'. t K\ Daeran 1 POLARIZED
whose. residence and Address is :: OF! ACTIONTO BLOUSES with Molded /from finest quality r
Jackson Pike
lanl You Are Hereby Notified that. Care of Hercules Powder Com 0 1 t Lact detailed carrying plastics, rust resistant, 'Y
the shove mimed Petitioner pane Whltsvllle. N. C. \ > l In the teftiilJ FAMOUS MAKER YOU SAVE 2.00 cast, ntck won't pull out,
:have fund a Petition In the above You Are Notified that an action ..
styled court for the n* far divorce has been filedngulnst MIN'. J,
riontlnn of the minor rhlld you and you are reciulred i LSIXII S-M-L. Short sleeve, ing & YOU LAD III' :
therein and you fire required to nerve a copy of your daerin & flat
tn show cause whv the snins written defenses If any. to It. t. : cotton. / SAVI Sty
I e mirror
should not be. granted by aorv.1nir tiff,' attorney Awhnee' address, r w ,
a copy ..f your written detenses. / Wide nloction /
It any. unon A, Z. Is Pout Office Drawer 840 W
Adltlns.! Jr., (Attorney for Starke, Florida on or before of astortid st r des /
Petltlonrrn. lit S. W. Third the 17 duty of Mnv 1971. and) f YOU SAVI 3O9. Laci f shapes

Street Gainesville, Florida, and fits'. tho original with the Clerk. Q hummed,
bv tlllnif the original. thereof of this Court either, before service
with the Clerk of said Court on ..)other fterrnothor.. salt KITCHEN
on or before. Mny' : 10, 1971)) Immediate. '- paitolSizot VINYL
otherwise. a default may t* entered wise a default will be entered] / MORE _
against. :you gr.ntln.; said axalnot :you for the relief demanded SURFRIDERS CLOCKS
adoption. In, the Complaint
Witness my hand and the. seal Witness mv band and the / er',1' A ) Slu; 11"X21" Fimiu*
...r said. Court In iRtartf' Bradford seal of this' Court this 8th day: I \ I wilby

County. 'Florida, this of Anrll, 1971. LADIES' clicks.Ait'td..
..rond dar. o( April 1971. (SF-AL' .
Gilbert 8. Brown Gilbert 8. Brnwn. A. ClerkBr
Clerk-of th. Circuit Court Betty Edwards Drpatwiour 10NGLEGcuionss Cllirs,
JI (" e_rt I' e..1Jfetjepvgci v Jt ? Self
4-lt t I ; ;, CANNON.
Deputy: Clerk C.t. 'b. y ) Itattlnf.

tI'''' -- SAVI
i -
In Tbs ClrenU ConeS Of Th.F.1..h'h 1 A' duty t A vwltty iltslhj
Attraetlv i.ai
Judicial Circuit O.Flo.IoI" is vinyl, with
Application .For Taj tslMt
la And For BradfordCnnnV Deed: ,p prinis.lOD'. (; ; pull rope
8.... 191.10 F. ft. Cittin full and print* I*

Mid-State Home Ine.. a Notice In Hereby. Given that cut with Hljhlyolwful. / ikies* frwj. +
Florida corporation Plaintiff. :\ Tyler tho holder .
vs Wendell O'steen, and Eleanor fl.iheJl\1o roll\wntf[ cortlfluateoa back sipper
O'Steen Defendant.. has flied said certificates fora
Notice Of Suit-Property tax deed to be lnsuod ther** \ Slats S9V e
TO: Eleanor O'Steen. who II on. The certificate number i S-M-L. EAGLE VINYL BOATS
over the one of 21 years and and I years of issuance the description .f EAGLE
of the property and YOUIAVI
WhY o'S : the names In which H was asaessed 1 GAL.
action' 100 for..IOIo a are as follows:
.. on the followingpropery l Certificate Mo. 48. Tear of :1x LAWN
In Bradford. County Issuance 1809.Uescrlpllon IIMIT 3
Flor/dot/ of Property WH YOVSAVI44X
Beginning at the intereec41on of BK'l of NW'4! of MW'i EX FOOD
of the Kist line of the Lot 200' E & WI By 327 N A H. lJ/i (1 '
NW'4\ of the. NWU of flection SI:C. 21-T-&5;-S-R-22 D. YOU SAVI 11y 13/25/ OAL. ....
12. Township 8 !South Range Name In which assessed Robert -- ,
M F..t nnd the North borderbeimr I* Tyler. 4* ,J
featltiond ( renterllne All of mid property. being In
40 the County of D.adfo.d.at..
of eSld State Rd.) thence West of Florida. : I p
along said 81 Hd 100 feet to Unless such certificate' or r Sizes: 45"X3Z"
the POB. Thence North pare certificates' shall be redeemed
the East line of the according' to raw the property ennui Cirnpliti with p e
NwS\ of the NW South section described i I In such certificate or tow rope Cheat 6.bj
13. Township 8 Banis certificate will bo sold to the ... a ar. .. fir the ocean. /
II Bait, 300 feet thence West highest bidder at the courthouse SAV110%
loll feet thence South parallel'Ing door on the first Mon. MORI 0 YOUSJ MONIY AT lAOlll n I
the said En-l: line "f the day In month of Juno, 1971.
NW 4 of the NW 4 300 feet which Is the 7th day. of June MEN'S BLUE MEN'S EAGLE

centerline .af8t tRd.ethence U7l.Dated this 14th day: of April. mil \ + p '
I"or East a %.4"s the NW'p.O.B ot s 1971(SEAL) t j, f I

NW% 12. Gilbert 9. Brown LADIES Shirt sleeve, regular Batten for linger wear, GLOVES
8 South Range. 93 East, D.a"* Clerk of the. Circuit Courtof Banlon for better fit IA 31
been collar, 2 pockets I L 't
ford Florida has Bradford County. Florid' Prefinlinal' Midil. ,.
filed 'S.Tn.t you and you are 4.29 U I." center back pleat. 10Q. Assorted colors, Hieslt ( '

.your.......ul..d.o written servo.,..f.n.It. a copy any of. CREAM! 0 Coven, siies S-M-L, < tl 13. Sell for 1,00 pr. 1 J J [ Tip JI1.phu Grain Ciwhlfi.Rawhldi Model. .

to ,lIon whose.the "'Vn.lnfS'ney .sddres attor t k ? YOU SAVI 13% YOU SAY 22% t \ I lielnj.

Ii 718" harry E. Kennedy M. Hobh-: 'BI..I P.!. A. Ifetle O( Apll Ileed>a
IS60 w 0
Tampa' Florida arttnal with the ..... '.-..Ie. V .S. 1
snd file the Notice Is Hereby Glv.... that .
cl.rk or before' Maf 114. 19111olherwhto Leo DeSue th* holder of the
.n ud..n' may. bentered following eertldoata ha find SCUFFS
a.alnot you for the "said certificates for a tax deed
la the cone-. to b. laud Ihsreon. The er
.II.r demanded tlffoate numbers and yeah of Easy can % MISS BRICK HAIR SPRAY
plaint ::. my/tlon'hand and the Issuance, the description off thepropert7. wlpi clianvlsrl. WOMEN'SCROSS WOMEN'S SUMMER
| n Court on April II. and the Mtnes la I i ItOJ IXTiA MOLD
ald '
of :
seal which It was aaaesMd ate M Pink STRAP FLATS SANDALS ?

1171.Olib.rt B. DrownBy follows t bin. Sin* {, { li J 1 "NSCINTID 3ILMH

: D.II'ah M. ),(0047DoputJ' Certificate 196. }. No. (4. Year of reA B tl It. Dlttlncllftly ityledIn *.,- Cimfirtabli $ ))1Q r. 4 \ 1-MOZ.: 79< VAIUIIH'H
Issuance '
Clark 4-fJ w ,.? Description of Property W r' (UJllty wlnyl. < coil styllnf. dip

IA of :NWH of. 8WA EX M 1 YOU & Tan i cirfivan. 2i4"{ Smart SKINNY DIP ,1.38ss "
rOTICTl OF I MTFI TIO lAVI ISIiei Stilt. ea Briwncolor. 'are
FICTITIOUS Home In which ueeosed Aaol 0 J tBAY COLOONIT ( ,
NAME Qoodwln BUT." 33Y. YOU SAVI 207. 'J ,4 LIMIT a-a ox. i.oo YAWL |
Notice Js hereby given that All o-f said property b lnr lath Sites 5 U I 10 tj.1, __ _____ __
underslnncd. under the County of Bradford. State
the of Chapter 10.nJ of Florida. "
provisions Acts of >* H. Unless such eerlfUrale or eertlflcate ltz '
of ;
Laws with the Clerk o* shall b* redeemed art / DETERGENT
l-tourtTln and for cording law the. properlydaerrlbed '
the Circuit .t.oIn :;
Bradford County. >, rtda. ; such certifies** orcertlfiate. SAVI 14% c HAND CRAM ki"{
will b sold to the
of a SXVAUIll
ipublicntlon IIMIT 1-a.SOZ.
on proof of < tiomis
the court s
notice. of the flctltlmm Sow.. bidder at 2t4, ,
Electric Ctomwuiy. door on the first Monda*
under of J *which H I amV,1. ID Ja month of June. 171. whip\ ."
1171.i .
Hlway I* the 7th day of June.
P.business O. Doa at MO. Ha ll>t.on. Fla. i ud. the 1,U. day of April.lift. .

39044 John' H. Van Kelc. P. O Box ('FoAL' ) :

"0. Hampton. Fl&*. 1I0tt. Gilbert I c'rc Brown.' Court ofBrad- f.
Dated this tTth day of AprilOOunstyl'Florida. Clerk of
Bra ford County nor Ida .oo '


May 6, 1971 Telegraph PaoreJ 1



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.. 1RT ldesa DZuebard 6.4 S AV E wiry -_.1--Th flT-

\ i8If Green !
Activities Stamps
Grace United Methodist: Sun-
day School 9:45: a.m.. Worship
services 11 a.m and 8 p.m.; LL Everyday Low Prices!
M.Y.F. 7 p.m.Wednesday Choir
practice 7 p.m.j; Prayer ser
vices 8 pjn.Church Weekly Specials!

of Cod: Sunday School
10 a.m.. Worship, services 11
a.m. and 7:30: family(
night Wednesday, 7:30: p.m.

Highland Baptist; Sunday e
School 9:45: a.m., Worship Services L7
U ajn. and 7:30: p.m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday frii: _
7:30: p.m. followed by choir
practice.A f

Tn -State Youth meeting tiF 't
was held at Highland Baptist BEEF PEOP
Church last Saturday evening.

After the program everyone PRICES GOOD THURS. MAY 6 SUN. MAY 9SLICED
enjoyed refreshments and a social ,
hour. About 300 were In attendance -



community was saddened
by the death of Thomas V.
Duck last Wednesday. Sympathy
and love are extended to
the family of their friends.
Rev. Tommy Howe has the
love and sympathy of his friends
In the loss of his mother, Mrs.
Addle Howe in Brunswick. Ga. a
Mr. and Mrs. DF. Green of tit'; 4
Jacksonville were recent guestof a t
Mr. and Mrs W.l, Green. 91
Mrs. 0.J. Phillips spent Sat-
urday and Sunday-with Mr. and
Mrs. Coleman Philips In Mac- POUND
clenny and Mr. and Mrs Dill CAN
Gasklns were dinner guests with

them. 1 .
Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Lee spent
die weekend with his brother- I USDA CHOICE W D BRAND WHOLE Hit((6 Lb.Avg> W-D BRAND HIM(lO-lbi. $3.69))
in-law, and sister Mr and
Mrs. Larrle DuBose, In Decatur i "
Ca., and visited his mo- Tenderloin lB. $1 Gr.Beef.5USOA lBS. $289
ther, Mrs. Clemmie Lee, In
Atlanta, Ga.
daughter, Ivylyn,and Mrs.Alma
Thomas of Jacksonville were Roast $119
Pork Roast
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry LB. 49cASTOR
Williams during the week. .
Mr. and Mrs. L. Kinard of

Jacksonville and Mrs. D.E.were Boatright visiting duringthe Mr.

week. Sgt. and Mrs. Wayne f !
Grlffls, who are stationed lit $
Germany, are spending his
leave with relatives In this .
Mrs. Muriel Roberts of Lake ALL PURPOSE SAVE 30c 1
Clty; was visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Tommy Crlffls and Mr. and / uaaalwyyww1
Mrs. D.E. Boatright and their
families over the weekend. SHORTENINGLimit .
Llnnle Mrs. Ernest Gilchrist Wells attended and Mrs.the :

annual home-coming( of the SAVE'18c THRIFTY. MAID. FRUIT,
Methodist Church In Middle-
burg on Sunday and visited Mrs. 4 $100 Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchat. excluding cigarettes.
Ruth Barthlowe and family In CANS r
the afternoon ,
The home of Mr. and Mrs. UNCLE BEN'S CONVERTED

for John a Bennett barbecue was dinner the In setting honorof Rice :;:. .49CT
Danny Bennett and Mrs. David .
Bennett in celebrating of STOKE

Mr.their and birthday Mrs. Richard anniversaries.Bennett CatsupSAVE 5 I $1oo .. 9i
and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Bennett . 16 ;LES 3 POUND :
of !Holly Hill and a large CAN
number of local relatives and lOc CRACKIN'/ GOOD BIO 60 SANDWICH
friends enjoyed this occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. Mains Crlf Cookies. 5doi' 39c I
fls and family of Palatka visi- PKG.
ted Mrs. Nell Wilkinson, Mrs. DEEP SOUTH
Daisy Boch and Lynn during

the Miss weekend.Arthurlne Blanchard Apple Jelly 2 IAA 38c

visited Miss Enza Blanchardover Ou.nligAighbAam.dSOUTHERN : .
the weekend.Mr. .
and Mrs. Richard Bennett FLORIDA YELLOW OR
and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy FlourTHRIFTY 5 :::0 37c
Bennett of Holly Hill! were
guests of Mrs. Hattie Darley White Corn 6 EARS 49C
and Miss Sims Prescott durIng .
the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Kellyof MAID CUT GREENBEANS

Jacksonville brother-in-law were and visitinghis sister Green Cabbage 2 MEADS 29C
Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Kelly, and .
family Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Massey LARGE STALKS FLORIDACrisp,
and family of Naples were week-
end visitors of Mr, and Mrs.
A.E Massey and other rela-
tives. Celery 2 STALKS 29C
Mr. and Mrs Lundberg of .
Jacksonville visited her bro-
ther-in-law and sister, Mr.and :
Mrs. Rosco S. Norton, duringthe I\
week. 4e>a, Potatoes 10 aL: 69C
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. B.E. .
Reddish were Mr. and Mrs.
E.M. Spence and daughter of / HARVEST FRESH
Macclenny during the weekend, tiu 1'rz8.o :
and Mrs. C.E. Barber of Mac- 4 White Onions 3 Bt 49CCANS
clenny George on Monday.Prlvett, who Is em- : .

ployed by Independent Tele-
phone has returned from a two I I
weeks special training course
with the Company In St. Louis
Mo.Sgt.. MaJ. and Mrs.W.H.Crlf
tie of Seale, Ala. were week-
end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ALL GRINDS I
Leslie Prevatt and family. CHUNKEES .

ASTORCOFFEE 1 Shrimp. 2$1" a

"A confuting Mm. of year/ . .
when 'the trees adorn Hum- '
selves/ with, bows' and Ito of- JIFFY TURKIY,SALISBURY OR :
flct coat rocks becomepro- '
,,,,,111f1bof// ,,.. purr hair Beef Stew 2 Pao. 99C

K lading cigar ft .

! 3 PROS LI., $100
Your Hoats .

i BAR-B-QUE Topping5. Nd $100
In Our Business .
BBS. S e... 10 Po...
The Finest Pit In Fla. DOIII THRIFTY/ (

CaD Legated 782.3747 Out Orders On For 301 Take Orange Juice 6 CANS 79C

Lawtejr, Flr

Pale, A Telegraph May 6, 1971'


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hTrrtrrapiT Vol.92 No. 41, Thursday, May 6, 1971 I



TAe Swettttt Strawberries Thlt SU./ HtuvtkBROOKER
Flower Show Blanding Lakes Closed During

Opens TodayAt Periods of Guard TrainingThe

Danger Lurks
For Motorist PrisonThe CampBlandlng Fish Man- their own safely and to insurethe

BY LINDA G. COX ) agement Area will be closed future availability and use
In ShowersThe I on certain dates this summeras of the Camp Blanding facility.
11th Annual Flower
Show a result of military exer- The closed dates are: May 3
presented by the Education Department
cises being conducted on the through 7 10 through 14 24
first few minutes of rain of the Florida State ; ;
.. showers are the most hazardous I Prison Camp Blanding National Gurad through 28. and May 31 through
at 12
n ... : ..'_..' 1 ..t ..., for driving according to F ill1, (Thursday opens) In the club noon house today a- facility. Northeast Major Robert! M. June 4; June 14 through 18,
Brantly Pylori Man 21 through 23 July 12
.. the Florida Highway Patrol. from ; :
cross Viewing
T.t'1io; themaingate. ager for the Game and Fresh through 16 and July 19 through
W' .J .. .r' 'l "It is during this period that hours. today continue until Water Fish Commission, said July 23.
., 1tkFs grease rubber and oil com- various units of the National
\ .... bine with water to create an Guard -will be firing live am-
..t. .. ... show will be open to .
munition air .
on defense
.'\ ,) >1''.'';. .I invisible film that spells dan- visitors on Friday from 9 a.m. artillery -
/ ". I-;, for motorists and pedes- and mortar firing rang
t to 9 p.m. and on Saturday from Forecasts art that the
,, ; trans says Col. Reid Clifton 12 will! become a
9 a.m. noon. United States
',j I' .. .
: .' .f, Ij director of the Patrol. which
( nation,
,1 whitt-collar
I. : ) 'l The lakes affected by the
;" ", : ; .-'t/f >. *.,;. ..J" '. -....,.,.. '.)"', f Featured theme of the cur- closing are Blue Pond. Perch teem unlikely what with all
: intersections and
( ...1" '. ,,,, *,< Highway rent show Is "Cacti." and o- the dirt in the air and thegovernmentcondemninq
"I and
Pond. Lowery Magnolia
: .. .
said to be the most
1&(12, : )" $M & / curves are divisions will Include orchids -
\ '" : \. then
: > rw Lakes. Magnolia Lake State
1 ._..r4; i, ,)"1.1# "J" ..' dangerous points as vehicles In bloom begonias ter- Irons' / detergent
1'1." i'v- Park will remain open duringthe
\ lose traction with the Davemnnt
%//*"'J.tCI.*.>. Fa. .....m.:1 t : r* ., .v., .- due to the buildup from extra rarlums hanging baskets coleus military exercises. Major
.'.r.w.\,.,".,. 11..1/, /. .. I" ..... H... wear at these points. u and bonsai. Brantly; urged the cooperationof
fishermen In the Interest of Maxville
BIRTHDAYS CELEBRATEDBY The public is invited to visit
SENIOR CITIZENS Fifteen per cent of Florida's the show. Refreshments will Truck Stop and
traffic accidents occurred on be served and each visitor will

Sunday, April 2:?. was a Vrv- Miss Marcollna Bartholomey wet roadways FliP last year,accord- King Size Catch receive a souvenir plant. : RestaurantJ
oua occasion for Mrs. Emma observed her 75th birthday anniversary Ing to records. Mit1LEFURNITURE ManagementOpen

Mott, a long-time resident of on April 18. She was SERVICEMENMarine 24 Mrs -
Puerto Rico and movedto "Drivers should reduce speed
Brooker who celebrated her born in
76th birthday anniversary.Mrs. New York City; when she Immediately and double their This hug. catch of 45 king Mackoral I were caught Pfc. Erie R. Proctor Quality Home Furnishings Dally I po'
Mott was born on April was a young lady. She livedin following" distances when rain April 19 in the Gulf out of Crystal Riv r by Herman son of 434 Mrs.Polk Coralyn St., Starke Russell Custom DrapertattCarpeting Ample Farhlnr .

25, 1895 and grew up In Starke for 12 years before begins Col. Clifton said. Gambl., Jimmy R.ddish, and Neil Tuck., above. was graduated from the Com- Visit Cur Gift Shop
Starke. She has five children: coming to Brooker last July The fish weighed an estimated 300 pounds averaging bat Engineer Basic Specialist Call 289-5111 For Take Out
three daughters Mrs. Mandy where sho lives In with Mrs. 7.8 pounds each. Th. fish were still hitting when Course at the Marine Corps Interiors by Victor Jet. 301 & 228
Wilkerson of Holllster; Mrs. Mott. the of bait and had head home Engineer 1600 Park Ave. Orange Park
Council crew ran out to to reach School Camp Le- JMaxville\ Florida
Mary Simmons and Mrs. Doris Miss Bartholomey celebrated Lawtey shore Jeune N.C. 2644331 tf tfi f
da rk.
by I
Layfield. both of Gainesville; her birthday with Mrs. Mottat Approves Move
two sons Marshall and J.R. a dinner given by Mrs.Mott'schildren
Mott, both l of Brooker 15 at the home of Mr. For Zoning Code .
grandchildren, and five great- and Mrs. C.H. Layfield In ,.
grandchildren.Mrs. Gainesville. On Monday April
Mott celebrated with 26, the young people gave hera The Lawtey City Councul at A
her children and grandchildrenat party along with Mrs. Mott's. its meeting Monday night voted j
the home of son-in-law and unanimously to adopt a
daughter Mr. and Mrs. C.M. PERSONAL building code ordinance for the
Layfield. in Gainesville. They Mrs. Lula Bennett of Gainesville city.: ; The ordinance will be prepared -
all enjoyed dinner and birth- was here visiting her by Lawtey's attorney
day cake together.On daughter Mrs. Brook Ferryman Gene Shaw.In .
Monday afternoon, April last week. Also Mrs. Ben- the meantime the Council
25. some friends of Mrs.Mott's nett visited her granddaughter said that no new building can be
dropped in to wish her a happy and family Mr. and Mrs. J.R. constructed In Lawtey without
birthday. They sang songs Mott. approval by the Council. i
while Tony Castlen played his
guitar. Mrs. Mott enjoyed her
guests Immensely and refresh- Plant Something GreenTo
ments were served afterward.

Those attending this party Help Fight PollutionBy
were: Tony Castlen Valerie

and Kathy Bristol Larle Tem Shannon Smith
ple Debbie Douglas Dona
Gayle Charlene Melvin, Bren-

da Bass and Ricky Mott. Have you ever wondered how cal by-products are used to
Mrs. Mott thinks it was so you as an individual can fight Improve plant nutrition. Fiber
nice for these young peopleto pollution In your leisure time? products from paper Industrieshave
give her a birthday party. By growing a fine lawn,beautiful found use as media for
Other .guests 'were Mrs. Lula shrubs and majestic trees plant propagation and as mul-
Bennett of Gainesville Mrs. you can fight many types of ches which also control weeds. YCSFordwagofls
Mary Green, and Miss Marco- pollution and have fun doing Manures are used for fertilizers -
Brooker.Una Bartholomey both of It. and soil amendments for i

nursery stock. Also the nur-
., A healthy lawn reportedly sery Industry in Florida is no
produces enough oxygen each doubt the largest user of used
NEW BOOKSAT day to support an adult humar cans from restaurant and pro-
being. This same lawn reduces vides a large outlet for used

THE LIBRARYADULT glare and heat, reduces dust, oil cans.
prevents erosion and providesa Ornamental horticulturistsand outsell 'em aHYCSwe've

I beautiful background which the ornamental Industry has
.. .
accentuates you home and or- been for many years and will:
FICTIONThe namentals. Thus your lawn reduces certainly continue to be vitally
Man Who Lost His Wife thermal air water and Interested In stopping all types;
Symons); Crisis (Fisher): Un- visual pollution. All you have of pollution.Horticulturists including -
derground Man (MacDonald}; to do Is keep this marvelous you as a home gardener -
Court Martial (Moore); Farns, *anti-pollution device alive and should continually strive to
bee South (Hudson); A Woman' growing well.Flowers Improve environmental qualityby
In The House (Barren); Van- the use of plants. These
derberg (Lange> The Sad, Sud- woody ornamentals plants are your lawns flower
den Death Of My Fair Lady trees and turf grasses have gardens parks, roadsides recreation -
(Forbes); Lion Country(Buech- been used for years to improveand areas and golf cours-
ner); Father's Day (Goldman); beautify unattractive surroundings -
Summer of '42 Raucher> A es.Out
thus reducing visual
The objective should be to
November Wind (Geddes); These same plant-
enhance the
beauty plea-
Crossing (Fothery'> Retreat In when properly used as
ings sure people find in their jobs
Good Order (White) The Publisher got
; screens and ground covers significantly and selsure time while at the
Fullerton), Rat Race
reduce noise pollu-
same time improve the utilitarian -
(Francis); The Other Side Of tion and air pollution since they value of our landscapes.This .
The Sun (L'engle) Hacey Miler -
; condtrol dust by limiting wind objective will Inherently
(Sherburne) Witch Miss
; erosion. deter the deterioration of
Seton (Carvlc) Lessons In Paradise our
(Harrison- ) Enchantment environment Increase beauty; deal for
Hoyer( }; Ashes To' Ashes (La- Plants absorb and thus immobilize and pleasure for man and gen- a you
enhance total
then)}; There Was An Old Woman large quantities of nutrients erally our en-
(Davis) Everybody Knows and some pesticides and, vironment.
I Plant A Plant And
therefore reduce soil and water -
I and Nobody Cares ((Smith): The
Wanderers (Mphahlete) Night pollution by such materials.In Pollution. Ford Get Better Ideas like
I ; Come save real money on any one of seven great wagons.
urban areas and the asphalt
At Shoe Hlgglns)
Judgement SERVICEMENJames
The High Country Illuminator; shopping centers plants can the Ford-originated 3-way doorgate, new guard rail construction power up to 429 cu. in.
I F. Mott, son of Mr.
be used for shading and greatly -
(Ford), Angle Of Repose (Steg- and Mrs. James R. Mott of
lower temperatures -- reducing .
ner) Sunday Evening Dattye -
Brooker has been promotedto -- -
), The Day The Sun Died thermal pollution. airman first class In the <: _
(Van ) The Passions Of -
Every ; U.S. Air Force. >
The Mind CStone). Ornamental horticulture industries Airman Mott Is a pavement ;
ADULT REFERENCEThe have reduced pollutionby maintenance specialist in a u- F
World Almanac And Book using waste or byproductsto nit of the Air Force Systems
Of Facts 1971; Everglades .enhance plant growth. Nu- Command at Eglin AFB Fla.
(Cauu1eld), A CBS News Ref- merous organic wastes are usedas The airman Is a 1968 grad- YES YES
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Club r-- On The Menu -1

In 1V ywr i !

Early DaysMembers r, ;f i Folk Festival

Craftsmen from throughout many delicious food and other this, featuring more than 6in

of the Starke Rotary len W.H. Hart : ,, Florida as well as several product performers from. Florida and
M.F. Brown
Club, pictured on the steps Carl A. Knight V.S. Stl; John, t 7 other states, will demonstrate A new item will be on the ten other states, arc scheduled -
their skills and their at 10 ajn. fcSO: and
of the Starke Woman's Club 3rd Mathews display menu this year-- raccoon meatas
: Roy A.J. products at the 19th annual Florida 7:30 on thurSday. Friday
soon after Its charter was obtained Thomas Sr. "coonburgers". A Hamilton pjn.
Eugene L. Matthews
Folk Festival and Saturday and at 10
In 1937. Carl Johns opening+ today County; trapper hat put aside ,
1st row (from left: first fig Shepherd Freeman (Thursday) at Stephen Foster a quantity; of raccoon meat to ajn., 1:30: pun. and 7:30: pjn.
ure, a visitor Gave unidentified Register ,i 1 I Memorial White Springs, provide festival visitor witha a'Feetlral 2 punt on Sunday.

), W.P. Smith Rev Frank Sr.4th row: T. Frank Landnun .,., and"running through Sunday. sandwich offering a taste grounds are )Just Inside -
Robinson, R.F. Clark Jos. E. N.D. Wainwright Jr. Professor The greatest array of artists of "the good old days." the Foster Memorial'ssouth
Wilson, C.H. Nasworthy Dr. Williams T.K. craftsmen, and regional Among other regional food gate on a wooded knoll
McClane food vendors !In overlooking the Suwannee
M.B. Heriong. Bill Graham L'.A.: history available to festival visitors
2nd row: Rev. Charles AIr Witt C. Jonas Davis of the festival will be on hand are catfish and hushpupjrfes. River. The memorial is opera-
at the midway booths inside Indian fry bread and hoe cakes, ted by the state as Florida'
the, festival grounds, bringing frog legs sweet potato pie tribute to Stephen Foster the
the. history and romance of the chicken bog sausago'and biscuits author of "Suwannee River"
Suwannee River country alive and many others. and many other beloved songsof
for visitors who sample their the South.
Programs of music and dan-
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I x.rJO FarmersBerry Diary

Return Of The Paddle?
Cwm Muff production is still hold round the house?
ing up in spite of the lateness

tlbl'__ ___._"IIi"lIAR____!'. ..._ ... ,,_ .. of the season and indications .
corporal punishment.If ow ""11II." ""
On September 30. 1970. Judge Paul are now that growers have done

Baker of the Criminal Courtof Record Since the first of the year better financially than It ap We see where the Farmers

Dade County; held that corporal punish a student is being disruptive we have gained a whopping 46 bers.We are planning on wrappingup peared a while ago they Market at Brooker Is scheduledto

ment Inflicted by a teacher upon a and not doing what he or she Is supposed new members !in our Club, this our membership drive with would Shipments continued last crank up soon with auctions -
Is and week and there were a large of spring vegetables.Mal
to do, the teacher can take the pure simply a displayof
in the normal of the duties another member prospective
pupil course number of the
colm Harrell
a Uttle work and an honestdesire growers selling fruit manager,
he performs. Is not actionableand child by the hand and put him or her by our membership to member Tournament and Fam- along the highways. A few of says a fair acreage of cokes

does not constitute assault and outside the classroom without that act have our wonderful facility en- ily Feed on June the B. So the farmers though had quit -.-_ and pepper and other spring
of touching being considered corporal Joyed members start looking for a picking and had opened their have been planted and
battery unless the existence of malice by as many people in our guest or two to play with. We crops
fields By Sam McGarvey
punishment. area as we can. to consumers on a U- that the plantings are doing
can be proven or excessive force are going to play 9 holes and Pick basis
Included In this number we well In spite of dry weather.
was used. would like to extend you can enter as many teamsas the weather experts do a remarkable -
-If the teacher does use corporal a warm you wish, sign up with HerbIn of forecasting e .
Job nowadays
welcome to: Mr. and Mrs. Med-
punishment, the resolution guidelines ford W, Shealy, RaUord; Harry the Pro Shape (Our supper rain or the lack of it.

Following this opinion the State Cab provide that the school board cannot R. Rlggs Penney Farms; Dr. new that members evening Is but to we honor want our all Years ago when the Missionary We have found that when show The tobacco crop has been

inet, at a recent meeting gave Florida use this as a basis for suspension of and Mrs. Robert T. Baesel members to come whether they variety; was the big favor ers are predicted, you'd better set out and should be doing
teachers the co-ahead to "use reason the teacher unless the corporal punishment Raiford; Dr. Gary D. Bishop play In the; Tournament or not.) ite, the picking season was believe It and make your plans well according to the warehouse -
Raiford; Mr. and Mrs. Ran- over with by this time for the day accordingly. experts who say that
able force" on disruptive pupils. It Is was deemed degrading or unduly The Social Committee planning and
kin L. Brown, Lake Butler; fields were "scrapped" tobacco !Is a weed and that It
believed that the resolution will go a severe. Emmett Jones,Earleton;and ( on Webster having a says"BIG Is LUAU"Which a Hawaiian "May" berries, which were for thrives In dry weather. Speak

long way toward showing teachers they Mr. and Mrs. R.D. Cunningham Feast usually with en- reported to be the sweetest ing of warehousemen we understand -
do have authority; to restore disciplineIn -Teachers are given the same authority Keystone Heights tertainment Saturday night, of the season and best suited that Perm Watson,who

the classroom and the right to get ; and responsibilities that bus Just a note to all our mem- June 12. We'll have more Information for freezing or for preserves Thoughtless who founded the Watson Warehouse
who drivers now have In being able to bers: we have been delinquent later on this but make We picked some years through persons in! High Springs a number of
rid of the disruptive minority drive out Into the and
In the past but !in the near to early June and while county; years ago !Is not feeling well
threatens the right of the majorityto protect the students In their classroom future new membership cards a note on your calendar for berries were good it the then dump a load of trash or and may not be on the market
this night, because real was a
we are
from a student who is disruptiveby will be garbage along the roadside may this
learn In the classroom. Basically Issued. Job to find them because of there season
ly on a big evening.
it gives the teacher the same disciplinary taking "such" steps as are reasonably We the have mentioned previously Bingo is still continuing every all the weeds and goes be wind fined up $26 In county for breaking court and(the .
membership cost for
powers that bus drivers bylaw necessary. our club but several Wednesday night at 8 p.m. law. A number of persons have

have long enjoyed.) do not understand the people Initiation in the Club house Jackpot is been prosecuted for that offense We're not sure about tobacco
Teachers who have heretofore been now up to $35 so bring the
reef We do not have an during recent months, being a dry weather crop, but
family out for
Among its provisions are: almost afraid to discipline unruly students Initiation fee at this time. The fun. an evening of Late last Friday afternoon, and with strict enforcement of we can vouch for the fact that

for fear of the consequences total dues for Playing Mem On Sunday a wave of violent thunderstorms the law, the practice no doubt it is a "hot" one When we
April the Jr.
-Teachers can compel obedience to may now feel they have the backingof bership Is $23.40 a month;$12.- Golfers held a 9-hole Handicap raced through our section and will be wiped[ out covered the tobacco market we

orders. If a student refuses to sit the court, as well as the community 48 a month for Social membership Tournament. for a brief time when the wind often got out In the field when
and $10.40 a month for blew hard and rain was driven harvesting was being done and
Pat Watts and
In McKInney
their efforts to restore order'tothe Danny -
down when told to do so, the teachercan
Out-of-Town Membership. tied for first low horizontally against our front at that time of the summer
net witha
put him down physically Into the classroom. Let us hope this new For example. If you joined 34. Second place went to Ed windows, it was Just like beIng A big rat snake moved Into the temperature Is 100 !In the

seat without the action being considered moral support bears fruit. the club as a Social Memberthe Watts with a net 35, and Paul in hurricane. Some time our carport last week, and only shade and there Isn't any shade.

first part of May you would Canova and Terry Calnes tied later, a TV broadcast warnedof after a number of whacks witha .
be required to pay three months for third place with a net 36. the approach of the stormy broomstick was the unwel-
dues in advance ((37.44) then In the younger group Joey front but by then our yard come visitor persuaded to wriggle
I It Says Here you would not be required to Herres shot a net 46 and Richard was littered with tree branches off to a less public location. And one of the hottest places
pay dues again till the first Gaines a net 99. and the roadway was a ser That snake Is not dons we've ever been Is a tobacco -
of August All of the above We are not planning on pub lee of deep puddles of wager derous, but [it is bold and bras- warehouse where prices
Now that the weed-growing season nuisance, which may be abated or memberships include the entire lishing a news letter for the sy and does not give ground may go up or down, but the

Is upon us, Itrmlght be.a good time removed as provided for in section 6 family. first of May, and will wait till]] willingly. And anyhow, who temperature goes only one way-
to brush up on. Section..10-8 of the (m) of the charter of the city.; (Requirement' for Out-Of- the latter porter of the month wants one of them lurking a- higher and hotter. ,,

City Ordlnances-whlch I provides that: Town Membership: Member' and cover both May and June. .
,. -. \*':""In addition to the punishment imposed must work and live" lOuts Ide Nothing like closing with a Still we have to admit that -:::.::}::'rfrSiYf: :: :::::: :::;::::::::::wR: ; : :::tiiv'rvkY:: :; :.:>i'> :;8''m:: : :; :::a'iiR(0.::?::.ii::::::
of Bradford County; ;Exceptions: good rumor but, when the h
upon the person for violatingthis Kingsley Lake Area). Starke Golf & Country Club Brown Spots on Your Flowers? i
"It shall be unlawful for the owner section, the cost of abating such Our membership Drive Is still was first founded the people Salvation Army >:,1 1

or person occupying or having controlof nuisance as shown by the bill of the going real good. Our Red Team who were involved had the fore Fund i r Thrip May Be The ii

any vacant lot or any premises person doing such work, endorsed by with Vernon Sllcox: Cpt., Is thought to Include enough pro- Campaign TroubleDark

to keep or allow,,to remain thereon, the City Council shall upon the con- running followed away. with by the 18 Blue new members Team- perty several; for 18 holes We have Reports DueAll

any excessive ''growth of weeds or viction of the person violating this with Brian Hamilton, Cpt., :5 I ing Into members the possibility who are of look brown or unusual should be applied immediately

noxious plants or any unwholesome section, be added as a part of the new members; White Team, the second nine holes completing members of the Starke- colored petals on roses, gardenias after the iron is applied[ to

or offensive vegetable matter whatever costs of such cause and when collected Pat Farnsworth Cpt, 4 new Just in the early talking stag Keystone Heights Service Units gladioli, and other flowering prevent burning of the young

calculated to annoy any citizen by the Chief of Police shall members; and Blood Team, with es, but wouldn't It be fine !If of the Salvation Army are urged excessive[plants can infestation be caused by tender shoots. Although some
The Doc Adams Cpt., 3 new mem- we could have 18 holes to attend a dutch treat luncheon according browning may occur on the
to endanger public health.
or be to the
paid City at 12:15: Monday May 10. to the Florida Nurserymen grass it is not detrimental but
existence of any thing or condition at the Holiday Inn. and Growers Association rather It affects the aesthetic
prohibited upon any premises shall What are ordinances made for !If not - --- - (FNGA). These minute Insectsare appearance. "The second type

be deemed and held to be a public enforced? long, .slender brown or of iron that is widely used .!.atheists
Purpose of the is to
meeting light buff in color, and have
of iron. It is
>f- ------------1 receive reports on the current feathery wings The Insect !is compound, readily soluble a fixed>in
Salvation Army fund-raising small enough to Infiltrate a bud water almost

I Providing Help When NeededIf !: drive, campaign according chairman.to Bill Clover of are almost exceptionally any flower noticeable Thrips is can non be purchased burning.non-staining Chelate for acid of soil,Iron and

during heavy citrus( flowering alkaline soil or for combina
In asking support of the cur or peach Dowering( One of the tions of the two Since it
you're In trouble It's Salvation addict, the alcoholic the prisoner and If you missed the Quarterly of cattle needed to producethe rent fund drive Mr. Glover best controls for thrips Is either in varying percentages comes follow

Army> Week all year 'round. This, the parolee the down-and-out oldster Farm Bureau Supper in !Hamp 400-plus pounds of beef said, "The Salvation Army >is lindane or malathlon. Lln- the directions on tlfe package.'

." which has been that no one else has time for, and ton real Saturday treat night The, you Bradford misseda per acre that is a possibility; marching forward to make the dane is preferred since It has Chelate of Iron can be applied
eervifglpeople for Bradford County; Cattlemen. world a better and happier place a higher residual period. directly to
In distress since[ Its the Its servicesare the foliage of
drop-out youngster. County; fried chicken and home in which to live through its ornamental -
organization In 1865: stands ready to available to all, regardless of prepared covered dishes were PESTICIDES many services to mankind." plants such as azaleas ]-

help whenever called upon. race creed color or national origin. enjoyed by at least 100 Farm Most everyone In Agriculture Centipede lawns at this time camellias, and ligustrum.,
Bureau folks from all parts year may take on a yellow
realizes that few crops or IIve- From Its
small beginning ish
tinge. Centipede Is
of the luxurious
County.Jimmy a
Started by William Booth a Methodist The Starke-Keystone Heights area Alvarez; Walter Pre- atockcan be produced economically !in 1880 the Salvation Army has consumer of Iron and in This spring- disease not

minister. !In London's East End has felt the benefits of the summer camp vatt, and Mlke Reed presentedan and without controlling Insects grown to be one of the largest order to retain Its naturally commonly found on roses has
disease It been
slums 106 It has prov organizations of its kind In the dark green color, iron should out In certain areas.
always the SalvatlonArtrU'onBedford outstanding Jimmy
years ago operated by program. en that the proper use of pesticides U.S. One of its most outstanding It is downy mildew. The
be sym
applied prior to
been the Salvation Army's special Lake and many underprivileged District f'FA President is not harmful to man services is rehabilitation Several the rainy ptoms of downy mildew are

genius to offer the help or the program youngsters (and mothers too), who spoke to the of a group united on Rural the Importance or animal and will not cause work assisting people to over- are season.available for forms the homegar-of iron not unlike powdery mildew pro

that was needed right when and would not otherwise have a vacation, Urban relationship. lie stress- pollution. Proper use can be came their difficulties In the dener. Iron sulfate Is readily blems. The leaf may take on a

where the need was greatest. have enjoyed a stay at this delightful ed that each area depended on defined as the right materialat excessive use of drugs or alcoholic available, somewhat difficult to Irregular brownish-red tinge and large,
spot at the expense of the Sal- the other and emphasized that the right time in the right beverages dissolve in water and will stain form reddish blotches may
on the
"United We amount and applied[ by the right any form of concrete It Is stems To control
Stand. Jimmy lea
In time of disaster flood, earthquake vation Army. applied downy mildew
method for the specific beet In addition at the spray weekly with
member of the Bradford FFA to these programs, rate of 10 pounds Dlthane
tornado or hurricane the Remember -road the label the Salvation thousand M-45. according to the
Chapter and is the son of Mr. Army operates per square feet Water
local Salvation Army officer has the The annual drive for funds '\without and Mrs. Harold Alvarez. and follow directions closely homes and hospitals for unmarried FNGA

authority to act, and he Is backedup which these diversified services could Walter Prevatt, President of If In doubt, call or come by mothers, residences

by supplies and aid from nearby not be carried on, is! now being conducted the Bradford County; 4-H Council your Starke.County; Agent's office in for young business. women, ...tP 1

Salvation Army Installations. by the recently organized spoke on the problems of homes and shelters for needy
air, land and water pollution. youth, summer camps boys
Salvation Army
Starke-Keystone Heights He said that the earth was Rain Brings club and youth centers. It also L
The Salvation Army has moved with
Service Unit.
like a space ship on an endless operates children's homes, iYesId
the times and today it stands readyto Journey around the sun Relief From day nurseries USO organizations : -

serve the hard core poor of the Those who contribute may rest assured with complex life support systems and mobile canteens for ,
inner cities, searches out needy peo- that full value will be receivedfor of air. land and water. Near use during disasters. Its work + wry
He brought out that if we would DroughtClose among servicemen Is also well
in of
ply pockets rural poverty; offers their money by someone >in des- monitor these known.
systems and
programs, for middle class people of perate needperhaps someone !in a make adjustments where necessary to an inch of rain on

all ages and ministers to society's far off land. or perhaps even more we have the capability Friday April 30, broke a semi- The local
outcasts the unwed mother the drug important. someone here at home. to solve our problems drought In Bradford County community committee service unit of !is volunteers a r
Walter is the son of Mr. and but still left the total for the ;
Mrs. E.M. Prevatt, Sr. month L27 Inches below the Salvation which represents the i t
Army where
Mike Reed President of the 50-year average. there t
are no officers.My .
Bradford 4-H Horse
Club gave r
The Bradford Coun\ rTELEGRAPH a demonstration on how to trim The county average last Fri
the feet of horses. This was day was .83 Inch, with Louis
'} ..- Illl an example of what 4-H membeR Hill Ore tower at Highland reporting -

are "learning do" in the: heaviest rainfall,
ESTABLISHED 1879 r-- their 4-H I project areas and L20 Inches. New River recorded y Neighbors 'a ,

! .trm also how they share this with .80. and Santa Fe, .50.
dhoBiblen otheR. Mike is the son of
Mr. and Mrs R.F. Reed of During the first four monthsof
[ God l la salvation and
my Hampton.
FLORI ESSsso 1971 there have been 99
I my glory the rock of my woods fires with a total of 1.201 v v .
"T strength and my refuge lain BEEF CATTLE acres burned. Two fires were --

oN God.- To whom can one with'unfailing The Short Course on Cross trains live were attributed to ,. t A Collard
turn in time breeding being held May 5- carelessness, and 21 were deliberately -

.. L 1MAT3'Nb9r1. 1611t.ata119tqsitlsW of deep assurance sorrow, when his own 67at Is the University; of Florida set. t Every once In a while the UKe
probably> the best !in vegetable world decides caber| a miniature head
? NA n..F sort eateeeb. tla fttteoy strength is( as water There Its 20 year history aomethlqr Just to try of grew jut a-
new. to tom .
pass Matter at ike rest than at Stark. FieriestAt Is only one sure salvationone The cattle Industry .is going April rainfall by towers totaled that ire keeping up with show the bove The '

sdsr ef Match kd. UTt. sure source of strength and through a period of rapid : New River 3.40; LouisHill. times, no doubt. That .traJwe coJlard arew at
/sNaeptlln fe grab great 1 rasa UMi OvtaUe that Is in God. He is ever been Instrumental this change 3.6; Santa Fe, 2.", for to be the case with this seems bunch the hune 0( Mr and M....

'Italia sesst I ...... ... present ever ready to save ua to larger heavier-muscled; a SO county average of 3.3. The "You're darn right she'llgive of collards with leaves sprout b. Burney on Morgan Road
for A.PrI1Ie milk tell her the
Just belnrr
from the depths of despair. faster growing an*better doIng year average ing out in all directions from UI. shows above by
- ---- cattle. ThU Is the kind 4.63. market price of beef!I" a round green ball that looks and Rlclq Burney !t Leona. VIcII7:

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Community i

-Joe Kerrigan Well folks another week has We are really proud of our If a stranger
flown by, and here I am trying, young people who are all faith gave youa
Oops>: Sorry I had to miss to write up some news. I think ful workers at anything they go
our last meeting \pr. 27, everything Is back to normalat at.The tip like this
through no fault of my own. Rchool.' Seems so good to church was blessed bya News I ,
However our worthy vice see so many youngsters stir- special Sunday night song by
president Bill Richard, ring about early in the morn- Dean Cassels choir director.
dropped the gavel at 1 p.m. ing. We sure hope this trou- Our church was the scene of Uy Elizabeth Given; ;
sharp and from all reports re- ble never happens again to any a beautiful little wedding last Walker i

calved metibersandguestshad school. The grades have start- Friday night (the Larry Roberts 47QSF75Cis: .":..._..). .'._..--.-'------.<:S.<:.':f:'..a..:'.::.."."..r.r... .::.'.w._.'_'_U._".._" ...____ ,:
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an enjoyable time. Ada Hoist ed on their trips to various ). Charlotte Whitehead the : v:1Ban : :; :::
did a very good Job! acting as parts of the towns and every- organist played for Landa
recording secretary. one is so excited. Thornton to sins. They really Dt'XL) CHAPTER 168 OESDell : will meet at the home you'd be suspicious.
One moment of silent prayer I visited my sister Mrs. did well to be their first wedding Chapter 168 OES will of sister Sarah Prince. The
was observed for our deceased Orin Reddish. Jr.. of Lake Butler Rev.Strickland performed hold Its regular meeting Thurs Sunday School
member, George Cle who has moved into their the ceremony. day, May 5, at 8 p.m. All mem- Teachers conference -
mens. Five dollars was sent new home in Lake Butler. The The Tn -State Fellowship bers are asked to please be last Saturday was postponed from
to Father James Cregan of lake sure was beautiful withso meeting was held in Georgialast present and in time. Business to Saturday May
8, at f B) ,
The i Can
St. Edward's Catholic Church and Sat- of vital p.m. Circle
many boats on the water, Thursday, Friday Importance. will bo
selling dinners In the
for a Solemn Tequlem Miss skiing and lots of bathing. SoI urday. Those attending were kitchen.
to be said for the repose of guess summer Is here. Rev. and Mrs. John Strickland GIRL SCOUT TROOP C26, Ladles Home Sunday morning the
his! soul. Mr. and Mrs. John Kenny Mr.. All Girl Scouts are askedto to Da.Mona Mission will go
Seven new prospective members CHURCH NEWS and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez, and please meet Tuesday May for Mother to render service
wore present Hazel Rogers Our young people (some old) Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner. II, so we may complete our member of Davis, a former
Keystone Heights; Harold went tolllghland Baptist Church They reported a wonderful projects. Our success dependson day School; will our church Sun
begin at 9:30.
and Charlotte meeting. cooperation.
Slbthorpe for the your
young people's meeting at 11 o'clockIornlng!
Melrose; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph last' Saturday night. They all Those who were on our prayer Miss I.ula
Vaughm, Hampton; and !Mr. and gathered at the church and list for the sick were Mrs. CHURCH ACTIVITIES rite "... will speakon
Mrs. Fontaine; also a return boarded our new bus (new to Roberta Sapp, Mrs. Vesta My- Ebenezer Baptist Church, Church"subject. outh In The
visit of Jack and Laura Kll- rick, Mr.Wheeler,Alvin Dobbs, Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Bible Dinner will be servedat
us) and were driven to Highland 12:30.: League at 4 Eve- If someone sidled up to you on a !street corner and
loran. Received a welcome card Lucille Lovell who was Class each Monday night. p.m.
by Owen Alvarez, Jr. oper- ning worship. 6 muttered something about a sure thing,"
from former members Carl The 37 who went reported a ated on last week, and many o- Prayer Meeting, Thursday always welcome.p.m.New Visitors Bethel "principal protected," "highest rate of' return ,in years"
and Helen McManus saying! they real good time. thers. We know our prayersare night. All members and friends Baptist Church Rev.Leroy Da- you'd probably tell him to get lost'' Yet all these
were getting settled down nice- Sunday the bus was drivento answered because we see are invited to attend these ac- Vis Pastor. things are true of' a savings account here. Come in today
ly and love their new placeIn Lake City, full of young people the results. Everyone is invited tivities. Sunday, May 9, Sun- and get started on the one 'sure thing",
pllenton, Fla. We wish them to sing at Rev. Jean Pe- to come and be with us day School will conclude ser- Thursday night at 8 All you may ever get in your
luck and happy days there. terson's church which was having every Sunday at 8 p.m. vices for the day. There will Deaconesses are asked p.m.to
Happy birthdays observed this its Centennial Day, and Thought for the week: To not be services Sunday May at the church. Saturday meet
month were Thelma Dixon,No- also to eat Iota of good food. live without God is to die with 16. The Home Mission Con- business night a
meeting will be
held. lifIDA
ra Grider, and Ada Hoist. We out hope. vention will be in session in All members
are asked to L
missed Al Nichols who also had Gainesville. All members and please be present. Business of FLQRI :
a birthday, but have since heard Board Denies friends are Invited to attend. vital importance.
that Irene, his wife, down
was Services will ,
Request for begin with Sun "
with a back injury. We hope Greater Bethlehem Free Will day School at 9:30: Baptism '?,;: : : : : '
she will be better soon. Laura Rd. Rezoning Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper service at 11 a.m. CommunIon B'AH, K ,,y :S'rAR'K..E': ;:: .
As is Senior Citizens
Williams Pastor. Each Monday service 7 p.m.
month, dedicated bye former By Mr. D. E. nfl night Senior Choir rehearsal.
Pres. Lyndon Johnson, It wouldbe A request for re-zoning a Tuesday night Choir No. 3 and Greater Allen Chapel AME Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
a good idea for all mem- five-acre parcel of land in the the Junior Usher Board No. 2 Church Rev. C.E. Jenkins,
ber and senior clUzes in general Laura Church Road east of will meet at 7:30.: Wednesday Pastor. Morning service will One erf 30 Banks of the Florida National Croup
to write to the Federaland Starke was refused by Brad- Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Barnes night Prayer Meeting. At 7:30: begin with Sunday School at
State Senators and Repre- ford County Zoning Board at recently returned from a tripto Thursday night the church will 10 a.m. Morning Worship at
sentatives expressing their its regular meeting last week. Mississippi and Alabama. render service at Anioch Bap- 11. Evening service, 6 p.m. -
views and needs to these people The owner of the property, a In Russelvllle, Ala., they visi- tist Church, Rev. Thomas pas- Everyone is reminded to remember -
your elected officials. A resident of Jacksonville, asked ted Mrs. Barnes' sister, Mary tor. Friday night, the Prayer mother whether she
simple postcard or a short note that it be rezoned from agri Lou Blrts, and another sister, is living or dead.
would suffice. We are sure cultural to residential in order Ruth LIndley, In Golden, Miss
they like to hear from the that he could use It for buildIng In Red Bay, Ala., they visited
"folks back home". Why don't lots containing about 19.000 Mr. Barnes' brother, Audio
you try It? square feet. Under agriculture Barnes. O STARKE'SLOWEST
In the mall was a very encouraging zoning only one house can be
letter from Sen. Bob located on each 2 1/2 acre par- LonnIe Melton celebrated his FOOD
Sounders, pledging his utmost cel.A 65th birthday on April 24 witha
support for the senior citizens petition bearing the signa- family dinner at their home.
of our State. We also wroteto tures of 47 residents asking Guests present were Mr. and FOOD
Rep. Gene Shaw and know that the rezoning request be Mrs. Glen Thomas and family,
we will hear from him soon. denied, was presented to the C.W. Melton and children, Mr. FAIR .
Our State Convention date has board prior to its vote. and Mrs. Irving McConaghy PRICES !
been set for May 2831. The Several other applications for son, and Mr. and Mrs.Clarence
place of meeting is not yet re-zoning were reviewed and llagan and family. The Hagan II) 320 S. WALNUT ST.
definite. taken under advisement by the recently moved from St. Au. SUPERMARKETS
As thousands of elderly people board. gustine to a house on Highway
come to reside in Florida 301 next to the McConaghys.
each month statistics show that
many are resorting to livingin CARD OF THANKSWe Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Parker BONUS BUYS GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY, MAT 1 12. 1971 QUANTITY RIGHTS RISERVID.mirm .
mobile homes. We believe would like to thank each were in Orlando Sunday visit- it* / ri mirm tow nanflmtrwr iw mail mtrur tow maim tmrut urn ytictii mint*it* tici i mirur nw nicni mirm to*wen
that after the first year In ing their son-in-law and daugh-
the same location, that the license and every one for your kInd- ter, Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Baker SLICED 1/4 CHUCK PAN RIADV
tag fee should be dras- ness in our time of trouble, and children. PORK LOINCHOPS DAISY? DRESSEDWHITING
and God bless all of
tically reduced or abolished.In may you. STEAK
the event of moving to a Gad Tyson and Family.
new location, permits could be Mrs. George Saxon was takento
issued. Under a new state law, Bradford County!; HospitalIn 49
mobile home owners must now Starke on Tuesday of last _
pay ad valorem taxes. Hence, week. j.miMUtSIUMAM
When a mm retires with
Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Broome
there isn't to impose
any reason -
plenty of time to read he discovers
high fees annually for and children moved recently vB Tt V HOMi
license tags while they remainin that the only books he from their home south of the Wj YORK AIW.I TRASH CANLINERS
the same location. left are the ones that are Hampton Baptist Church to k
so punk his friends refused to Gainesville.
Our next meeting Is May II borrow them. 1
at 1 p.m., Recreation Center,
Pratt St.



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Services HeldSaturday Services HeldIn

Jacksonville CHURCH 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.j
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Morning Worship 11 a.m.Youth 301 North, behind Tas- Morning Worship and Communion -
Herbert C. Hitch. 72. of Thomas Vernon Duck Jr., Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Worship, 11 ajn. Sunday Fellowship 6 p.m.Choir Practice tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Service 11 ajn. Evening
Starke. former owner and.operator 51, of Lawtey died suddenly Service 6:00 p.m.Evening Worship Evening, 7 P.m. Youth Night, Wednesday 8 p.m. School, 10 a.m. Worship Service Worship service 6.
of Starke Hardware Co. Wednesday, April 28. He was 7 p.m.Thursday. Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Wednesday Worship service
died Thursday. April 29. In anal estate broker, associated : night Prayer Meet Meeting Friday, 7:30 p.m. Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell.
Alachua General Hospital with Bellalr homes Inc., 7:30: p.m. --Rev. Y.W. Kldd pastor. .
Gainesville. He was born tRaLford of Orange P rk. Ivy Luke Pastor CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day.Leroy Olive, pastor E.L. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN

on Sept. 23, 1893 and Mr. Duck was president of MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Grlffls associate: pastor. CHURCH!
had lived In Starke most of the Bradford-Clay Board of SMYRNA CHURCH Worship, 11.Training Union, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -
his life. Realtors a veteran of World -- -- BAPTIST KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST 6:30.: Evening Worship. 7:30.: Worship, 11 a.m. Evening
W, Pratt St. Sunday Ser- DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH!
Mr. Hitch was a veteran of War II, and a member of Grace Sunday School 9:30; Training Worship, -James Shaw pas
World War I, a member of the Methodist Church. He had lived Robert L. West vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Worship BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH BROOKER tor.
Preaching 11 a.m. Training Sunday School. 10 Wor-
First United Methodist Church at Lawtey since 1963. coming a.m.; Evening:: Worship a.m.
11. Morning
From Wor- Sunday School 10 a.m. -
To Graduate 5:45: p.m. Evening ship Services. 1 11! a.m. and 7
member of there from Jacksonville.
and a former ship, 7 p.m.Everyone welcome. 7:30 p.in.; Prayer Meeting 7:30: Worship. 11 ajn.; Evening: P.m. Training Union .6, p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH -
Club. Surviving are Ms widow
Starke Rotary Rice SeminaryRobert -Wilbur Dyess pastor. Wednesday. Worship 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Rev. Lacy Conway Pastor BROOKER. FLA.
1 Is his wife Eva- Louise Duck Yemen
Surviving ; one son Pastor Rev. Robert West. Wednesday. Sun-
Meeting, 7:30p.m. Jim
Rev. Temple pastor.
Ritch of Starke of Jacksonville three daughters -
lyn ; L. West, pastor of -Rev. J.C. Saunders, pastor. GRAHAM 'BAPTIST CHURCH day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol -
and one sister, Mrs. Eva Whfttan. Mrs. Gale Nolan, Jack- CHURCH OF GOD
the Kingsley Lake Baptist NEW RIVER BAPTIST 10 Morning Superintendent.Training Union -
St. Augustine. sonville; Mrs. Madron Major OF PROPHECY BROOKER Sunday School a.m.
Church has been pursuing Ms Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- and 7 6:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas.
Worship 11 a.m.
Funeral services were held Miami; and Miss Cindy Duck, Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
theological training at Luther Ing Worship, II a.m. Training Director. Worship Services. 11
Saturday in Jones Lawtey two brothers, four sisters
at 2 p.m. ; ing Worship, 11 ajn. Young
Rice Seminary Southern Baptist Union 7 p.m. Evening Wor- Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday p.m.Rev. 7:30.: LavernOutlaw, mu-
Memorial Chapel with (Re%'.Do- and four grandchildren. People's Service 6 p.m. Wor- John Ross, pastor. a.m.
in Jack- School, 11 a.m. Morning
oriented seminary ship 8 p.m. Wednesday Night sic director.
officiating. Interment Funeral services held
Witt T. Farabee were Evangelistic Service, 7 p.m. ship 6 p.m. Training Union
Lake at 10 In the Cld- sonville. service, 7:30: p.m. Everyone
in Crosby a.m. Saturday
Wednesday Prayer Meeting
Prior to coming to the Kings- welcome.L.L. p.m.
Cemetery under direction of dens-Grlfflth Edgewood Chapel, 7:30 p.m. Come and worship Wednesday 7:30: Prayer Ser Highway 125. Northwest of HEILBRONN BAPTIST
he served
ley Lake church as Parker pastor.
DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home. Jacksonville. Interment was In with us. CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.
School 10
associate pastor of Zion Hill vices. Lawtey. Sunday a.m.
Riverside Memorial Park active with Baptist Church at Gainesville, -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper, Pastor Morning Worship 11:15. Sun- Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
military personnel as Morning Worship 11. Training
work in day Night Service, 7:30: p.m.
Mrs. Doris GlennMrs. Ga. Before starting GREATER BETHLEHEM
Mllbearers. 6:30 Service
Sunday School. 10 a.m. Union : p.m. Evening -
the ministry he was engagedin FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday Prayer Meeting
Pre- 7:30. Midweek
Worship a.m.
7:30 Rev. Knight
In North Georgia p.m. -
Doria Ward Glenn 79 politics Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday ServIces Booster Band Young 9:45 Service 7:30.
Sunday School a.m.;
Mrs. Viola AdamsMrs. active In civic: frater- pastor.
being School, 9:30j: Morning Worship Service) 6 -Rev. L. Tommy Howe
of Starke. died Monday In Bradford and People, and Prayer Morning Worship 11 a.m.EvenIng -
religious governmental
11; League, 'I p.m.Night Service, Worship 7 pastor.
County Hospital. She was organizations. lie held several 6 p.m. Evening p.m. Worship 7p.m.;Wed. Prayer LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH!
born in Columbus, Ga. on Jan. Viola Adams, 67, died offices including local p.m. -- Rev. Jasper Williams Midweek Service Wednesday. Meeting and Bible Study, 7 Sunday School 9:43 a.m.
16. 1892. and was a memberof Monday In a Gainesville nurs- district, and statewide, in Geor- pastor. 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland, p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. Morning 11 a.m.Even: CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
the Starke First UaptUt ing home after an extended Pastor. G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone tog .WorsMp 7:30: p.m. Mid LATTER DAY SAINTS
Church. Illness. She was born in Lou- gia.Before FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome.
entering Luther Rice week Bible Study 1404 E. Bessent Road
Surviving are her husband. don County, Tennessee on he attended Plermont College STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30 a.
William! F. Glenn Sr..of Starke. March 4. 1904 and had lived North Georgia College, John Sunday School, 9:45; Morning (Highway 100 at Theressa) Be in church Sunday. m. Sunday Sctx-M" 10.a.m. Sacrament -
two sons William F. ClennJr.. in Starke for the past 23 years. Marshal Law University and Worship, 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School- a.m.MornIng FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUR"u 6
Starke and Vernon N. Glenn. She was the widow of LoWs had two years of on-the-job MYF groups 8 p.m. Worship 11 a.m. TrainIng Sunday Service:Sunday Sch._. Frank Jarvis, pastor. Monday -p.m.Mia 7:30: p.m.
Bossier CItv. La.: two sisters Adams training as understudy and administrative Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Union 6:30: p.m. ; EvenIng 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship Tuesday Primary 4:30
Mrs. Martha Mullln and Mrs. Surviving are one daughter. assistant to the 7p.m. Prayer Meeting Worship 7:15 p.m. 10:45: a.m. Evening Service. 7:15: IF WE DOtiT HAVE IT Wednesday Relief Society:p.m.
Kate Home, both of Columbus Mrs. Peggy Dixon Ocala: ;three District Attorney of the Moun- 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Night Prayer Ser p.m. Youth Group Meeting Sun- we'll ret It lor you Off Se 7:30 p.m.

Ga.; two brothers, Wallace sons, Lottie Adams Jr., tain Judicial Circuit. He also 7:45. vices 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle day 6:30: p.m. Supplier, Furniture, Equip Jesse D. Branson Branch
Ward Albany. Ga.. and Frank Gainesville; William D. and attended New Orleans Theolo- -DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. Packham, pastor. -J.C. Brown, mInister ment. Bradford County President.
Ward, Orlando. Joe L. Adams both of Starke; gical Seminary and other administrative Telemyh.
Funeral services were held two brothers Jesse N. Adams schools. LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL

In 2 p.m.Jones: Tuesday Mcmoral with Chapol Rev. W.at Adams.Rossvllte Sweetwater, Ga. ,and Term.W.E.; six he While was attending actively engaged Luther In Rice assisting Sunday HOLINESS School CHURCH 9:45: a.rn.; ::::: ":;;:':;:';;:';;:";:';;:';;:';;:':;:':;:';':';':':':':':';;:';':':':'::;.:::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::;:::::;::::;:;:;;m::m:1:::rmm: .-: ;-1.:.-.mm. .-r-!-..-.-.illili.:..::.:m.....m.....-;:;.-:;::1-.*, .1:1:.:;:.;.:.:.:.;:.::.::.::.f:1m:.;:.::.;:.:.:;-:;.;. :;;;:;:;:;:;::;::;:;::1:::::1:;:::1:1:1:1:1:;.:.:.::.n.-------:::1:1:1:1:1::::::;::1: .:.;.::1.:..::;.:.:.;.:.:.;.:.;.;.:.::::::::;

A. Hogan officiating.Committal sisters and ten grand the seminary In organization Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth :
services were held ThursdayIn children. of its publicity de Service 6 p.m.; Evening Wor- :1/1111"/ ::::
RIverdalo Cemetery&Columbus Funeral services were held partment. He served as editor ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. IN NEED OF 9,24Z ) d HELP
Ga. DeWItt Jones at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the and the following year as advisor Prayer Meeting 7:30: I!

arrangements.Funeral Home was In charge of graveside Cemetery with In Crosby DeWItt Lake C. book. of the Seminary Year- P.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey, pastor. .1:1-':.W;:;: Tlit1 mr'x iiclinK UI|> "winu'linu'M, In. >nn ,In,, sp|>ii-itiia4, ,,;, ni.sit."Ii', iniliviiliiiil,' \t..tsIsi'.", | i ini'i'i'HHiir.v i. .11.;..:.:.:1.

Jones Funeral Home In chargeof Rev. West Is scheduled to NORTHSIDE BAPTIST 1t1i; $rt'liuir, minor" |"iiil. >lvmn htn3's,If Iollllhi., mill, vital I In ,nun,"' ..s lilV, Iml c,1! ;111;;;

Robt. H. Alldredge arrangements. receive the Master's DepareeIn CHURCH ;;::;: t limi I !? it looks' I like i I it may ,iviiiiii| (IIII', wink, ::;::::
Theology at graduation exercises :::::::: j in I h>"" u !I': Jinn |iiM: naiil:. I lll.il I. I \\r nci'il'I Inui I mI:::
on Friday May 7, at Sunday Morning Worship, :::::::::; of II HiNH'iulixl.! Tn roiTcrl' t lliix |i.rl.li.in' '' ::;::;:
Robert II. Alldredge 29 a 7:30: p.m. at the Central Baptist 9:45: ; Sunday School, II. Sunday :1:::::::;:1: .i r sh'lii'j'|> \\ j II"I "II"1, I rliiiivh' wr milrrrrlM' :;:;
former resident of Starke was ---- Church at the of Evening Worship, 6 p.m. Train- :: : In niH'iln ii mwluuiir, "I'',"'' 'I''' \\ h" hits, 1;:;

killed in a motor vehicle acci- / Nlra and Flagler Streets corner in ing Union, 7:30.Thursday : 1tj;; I tin k noa I Irilur, nnil, m, tlinsi', \t lu. Ii;II' ilrilirali'ilIlirii ( m

dent In Saigon on April 23.Lec-He /llC Jacksonville. The public Is Invited Teachers and Officers 1:1;;::: lunili'iiliii' work, i li\rx I In' <|....i.al;.| .nirifin i i I i Cinl.SSWftW ;; :::::;;,
was employed by the Vyna C\ to attend. Meeting 6:30.: Prayer
tron Corporation of Fort Worth Meeting 7:30.Edward: .
Texas as a Jet mechanic.Mr. C. Harvey pastor.
Alldredge was born In ",om : :\ HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH -f ,
Lake City on June 9, 1941. lie ffh Bible HOMECOMING MAY 9 PlNEHlLb.CONGREGATIONAL ; I

had boon In Saigon for the past Search me, 0 Clod und Hope Baptist Church atTher- METHODIST CHURCH *: a

ye3r. know heart and essa will have Its annual Homecoming Sunday'School 10 a.m. Morning p.. ,
Porn m, !' try me.
Surviving are Ms wife on Sunday. May 9. Worship 11 a.m. Youth Service ::
know .
thouxht (INalmWhen .
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Alldredge of Thailand; two Sunday School will start at 6 p.m Evening Worship e.cc'
daughters. Hobby Sue and Deb- I 13'P.: 21.: ) 10 o'clock, followed by Morn- 7:30: p.m. :

tie, both of Starke; Ms parents w.- I truly suiTeiuleiiur Ing Worship at 11. During the Rev. Neal Sterling pastor.AIRPARK fV )
:Mrs. Archie Westfall Starke. live completely to Oui morning service corsages will 4
and Leonard Alldredge Lake Heavenly l (Father t thi-ouwh be presented to the youngest

Butler; two sons, Robert II.lIdredge Mix Son,, .U'nu.1 Christ wi. mother present, the oldest mother BAPTIST CHURCH '- \
.\ Jr.. of Thailand and and the mother
10 Morn-, ,
will not I II'.' to hold onto or Sunday School ajn. $ 1
Gary Alldredge Starke one with the most children 5
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brother Wayne Alldredge, hid ,. r\en I the xmalleiit' evil sent. Rev. Edgar Wilkinson, Worship ing Worship, 7. 11 a.m.Wed.; Evening Prayer : ix'i;:
p.m.; :
Starke; and two sisters. Mrs. thoughts They i-minot ht- hid. pastor of Holllstor Baptist Meeting and Bible Study :1 4::
Jeanetto Moody: and Miss ili-n from Mini but He will Church will be guest speakerat 7 Young Peoples Meet ft

Cheryl Holllngsworth both of I'nririvr u$ when we are really the morning hour. ing p.m.every Monday, 7 p.m. -t',
Starke. t n-peiitant., ) when we reallyliive Dinner on the grounds will G.F. Prevail pastor. Everyone : :: (
Funeral services were held Him. be served at 12:30.: *# >
at 3:30 p.m.Wednesday Jones The pastor and members of Welcome. i ta4? ( IIm

Memorial Chapel with Jack the church extend a warm wel- ..
Bell minister of the Starke come to all friends to participate ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC
Church of Christ, officiating.: "It'M all right/ to hold your in these special services. CHURCH STARKE /
Intermen was In Crosby Lake head up-but don't turn up Father James Cregan pastor. m
Cemetery under direction of your nose." Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday yI m
DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home. REVIVAL UNDER WAY Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass. %%

--- The Revival now In progress Confessions -- Saturday 6
--- at Pleasant Hope Methodist d
Church will continue: through P.m.School of Religion:
GOSPEL SING Friday night May 7, with Rev. Grade School -- Sunday 11 III

Frank Stephens of Savannah a.m. to 12 noon. ::::::; ,Utt.. t..hem. *!N CsJ" I Kpfimlsil n rMy M thn wmM' l tpiMtdmtj. 'Ih* siwwIHij' *nl. Mn.tar* .::\\ 17fl :;::::::
Ga. bringing the message.On High School -- Wednesday :::::1:::::;;: to SUM(WsJ 01!"Hn ....... !eo MM!.mpMirf. .In.Ihtrt.In?.hi ....wi.hit....'bo' W.,lh..wlH t!: ::;:::[::;:;::
FEATURING Saturday night. May 8, 7 to 8 p.m. :.:.;. K ivslMfj M the.. I... of! 'Owl." .* fuwsinitwnt. ., MMiMp. HI ..", ol I 'hi, will, lonf ..c:: 9. :;:::
a Gospel Sing will be presented ...;...:;: ,........ MIS H..,h4mfn vhMh.. i .;.. "hold" ..4.., will nwvilitMy' p.mN... ttwitfait. ffvMt ..J .::.::.:;;.:
by the Christ Ambassodors ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC ,, .. .... .. .. . .. .:.:.::.
::::;:;: 1,5 S \oJ'" h..td _"t rtit hvtih I. .100 uifc 'lh will t -:\ ::::
Christ Ambassadors Quartet of Homeland Fla. at CHURCH. MACCLENNY :::::::: SI ti.wl.. s.d. I.. 'h..l", S..d ....I. .h......, ...., pa... .....14 .,.... s.d pi. R :;::::::
7:30: p.m. Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy it1; iii.._.. .* tht. (httiib" htiww 4 ts.i .fl.. t tiwlh ntmvl mmtt U.. iJtath .rxj 4."6.., I... 1 m
The church Is located three Day Mass 5:30 p.m. f0l1
:: .N.e wmi ..II wl him I lit.t*|I..... a ..Iot.1! Urf"
QuartetOF miles north of Starke on U.S. :;::t1 C.,....,. .... ...... ;;::1:1:1::
301. The public is Invited to GRACE BAPTIST :

HOMELAND FLA. vial attend week.all services of this re- Sunday CHURCH School, STARKE 10 a.m. Mor- WxXxX:: :;: mi1j ma:::;:::; ;:;:;:: ::::::: :::; : .so.4.::: :: '*.:.; ':- :*..:::::::::*:.:;: :: :::::: ::::::;;:::::::::::::;::::::::::::: ::::::::::::;:::;;::::::;:;:;::: ;:':::;wwA:::::::;::*::::::::%:j:1j!::::::1m1:::::i1'"::%-:::;mt11m:;:::::;:::::i11:$::::K5:;:;' !-'

ning Worship at 11. Training
REGISTER FAMILY Union. 6:30: p.m. Evening Wor- "
REUNION, MAY 16 ship, 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer STARKE 66"

-- The annual Register family Meeting, 7:30.: -.Rev. Leon T. FLORIDA I SERVICE
a, reunion will be held Sunday Odom Jr., pastor.

May 16. at Wayfare Church on ..(j Pk'ES1ONTROL Kill Edwards Ph. 964-7231
between .
U.S. Highway 129, midway ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL
Statenvllle and Stockton, CHURCHSTARKE Tire TruingHeadlight
Ga. this will be the 21st annual Sunday School. 9:45: a.m. _:>
meeting of the large fam- Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd _-::"'" Adjusting

ily association. Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning Pray I Ow" CD.
er. 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday Brake Service

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 11 a.m. Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Wheel 1 Balance and
EYC-Sundays. 6 p.m. 339! E. Call St. Starke. Fla. Alignment
for service:
Opportunities 9:45 Morn- -John M. Flynn Rector 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 964-5745 for FREE
Sunday School, : ; Phone I'HOMPT nOAU SERVICE
Ing Worship at 11, sermon, "I
Remember Mama"; Training Hiway 301 and 100 Inspections and Estimates AH Minor Repairs

Union, 6:15: ; Evening Worship MADISON STREET <10 8. Temple! Starke
7:30: ; sermon "The Way of the BAPTIST CHURCH 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
Righteous." Sunday May 9Sunday
Monday Trustees Meeting, School, 9:45: ; Morning Worship 11
'5:30: p.m.; Youth Choir 7; Lot 11; Training Union, 6:15: p.m.; BRADFORD
tie Moon Group at the church, WMU Prayer Circle 7:15Eve-; STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDSGrocery
7:30.: nIng Worship 7:30.
PLEASANT HOPE Tuesday Helen Masters Monday Youth Choir Practice SUPPLIES. Inc. and Market ABSTRACT CO.

Group meet at the church. 7 p.m.

9:30: ajn. Lorena Epperson Tue.da1MIa.lon Friends, Groceries Meats Feed Better Service For Your
Group meets with Mrs. G.B. Girls In Action Ac teens, 3:30: Featuring Ace Hardware

Flynn; Ida Darby Group meets pjn. Suppliesand GAS AND OIL Title Problems
with Mrs. J.E. Wilson, S p.m.; Wedne.dayPrayer MeetIng Complete Paint

3 MILES NORTH OF STARKE ON 301 Junior Choir 3:30; Girls In Action 7:30 p.m. Church Choir Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys Edwards Abstracts
4:15. Ethel BlUe Group Practice Meeting.
meets, .wWi Mrs. Hazel 'RitchiBrownlee 8:30.Denton U. 8. 301 South Starke Title Insurance
Group meets..wtftMr Sumrall pastor. Check With Us First"
PHONE 964-5312 15H W. Cnn Ph. 964-6881
SATURDAY MAY *. J.D. Warren 7:30: p.m. 164-5270
Wednesday Family Night Those who love God and obey 219 Washing St.

Supper 6 p.m.; Prayer MeetIng Him, who worship and glorify i
7:30 P.M. R.A. Meeting. Ac- Him in all their thoughts and -
...; 6:80; Teachers and Officers acts are overflowing filled CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.
Meeting.. 7:15; Church with Ills love and His guidance -
I Choir Practice, 80S. ; they know abundant joy Owsed By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "HelpJnr Our Members Mrs. n.tterBJedrbUY"K..toae

I Welcome! Thursday Church Wide and strength beyond all mortal 473-4911
Everyone the Almighty lI.lahu-Phoae -
I visitation 7 IUD.. compare because
, W.A. hogan Pastor is with fend within .

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I -' Country Fest Post 202 Names

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -- MELROSE1 1 Burned Will benefit ChildA Keystone Boys Amerlcanslm StateThe YouthsTo Committee J

i ______ .. of the Keystone-Melrose Amer-
country and western mu-
ican Legion Post 202 has selected -
sic show will be presented In Peter W, Morgan as

Keystone Hilites! Melrose Saturday, May 8, for principal delegate and Paul Lei- I1 Y Yt Yv
the benefit howe .1 -
1"- Danny a no as first alternate to attend

By News Notes Melrose Elementary pupil severely Boys State In Tallahassee,June
REDFEARN burned last month when 27 to July 3.
Pl.... his clothing t
I Call <7.32.8., 473-4132 By Helen Egan accidentally caught The American Legion Department
fire from burning trash. of Florida sponsors Boys

State to assist responsibilities
ALL SPORTS BANQUET Walker. In the 9'hole group COMMUNITY CHURCH beverage, and a bountiful cov- The show will be presentedby of American Citizenship and

The Booster's Club All Sports 1st low net was Dottie Parks, May 9, Morning Worship Ser- ered dish. the Plainsmen a countryand to Inculcate a sense of individual -

Banquet will be held Friday 2nd low net, Thelma Wallace, vices at 8:30 and 11 am. The We regret to hear that Mrs. western group made up of responsibility; to the

May 21, at 7 p.m. at the Wo- and low putts. Alice Nlebert. youth will have the honor of Lillian Norwood Is on the sick young people from the Melrose community; state, and nation.

man's Club. Awards for the On April 2,9 the winners were: conducting both service. Thereare list at her home on Lake Santa area. It will begin at 8 p.m. Upon arrival In Tallahassee,
In Basketball, Football two groups, the Youth Fel- In the elementary school audi
year 1st low net, Lu Timmins, 2nd Fe. the boys will be assigned to
which meets Sunday
and Golf will be given to the low lowship torium. political parties and
net Tied
Virginia Hill-
Corey. of
evenings at 7, and the New Mrs marion Wilson x
and boys at this
girls speaker for the banquet. for low putts, Lucille Starnes Life Group. The leader Is Mr. crest has been visiting her Danny, elght-year'-old!: son of will be grouped into cities and
The eveningwill
and Genie Jett. In the 9 hole John counties. They will hold elec-
be a member of the coach- Eklund and on Tuesday and daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vlrgie Rowe,
group, 1st low net, Gloria Raw- and Is con- Shrtners tions and carry out all func-
of the Thursday evenings from 6 to Rotts, In Orlando presently Is In the
ing staff University; of lings, and low putts,Helen Wallace undergoing sur- Hospital burned childrenIn tions of state government.
Florida. 7 p.m. a Youth Activity; Pro- valescing from In StateIs 4 I O. J. Murrhee Sr.
Membership Boys ,
and Joan
Wrights Cards
Several classes from the gram meets at his home on gery in a hospital there. Galveston, Texas
limited to youths with out-
Little Lake Geneva. A call has of Cheer may be sent to 5429 Services HeldIn
school have been on recent
IIERE standing qualifications of lead-
Fla. 32810. Mike TopsIn
been made In the Interest of Hondaway, Orlando
field trips. The second grad- Admission benefit will ership honor loyalty and ser- First
Mr. and Mrs. Cam Bastedo Vacation Church to Our beloved member Mrs. to the BaptistOtto
ers visited Six Gun Territoryand visited In Keystone recently. Interested program in helping Tina Sheets, has not shown be $1 for adults and 75 cents vice, who have completed their Company SalesMike

also Mr.Oliphan's 6th grade The Bastedos are former Key- anyone the sessions of the Schoolto too much Improvement at the for children. Proceeds will be Junior year In high school and

class: while Mrs. Tullers sixth stoners who now reside In during call either Mrs. Bob Ek- Bradford County; Hospital In used to help the Rowe family have at least one more Semester lIanks of Keystone J. Murrhee Sr. 70 of
grade class St. Augus- Folkston, Ga.Sympathy with medical expenses. remaining. Heights was recently honoredby
lund Mrs. Barry Wyman. Mrs. Sheets Keystone Height, long-time
tine. The two third grade clas- is extended to the or Starke. Remember his co-workers and mAn-
ses enjoyed a visit to Marine- cannot see you, being sightless, agement of Liberty! National Clay County; Commissioner and
family of O.J. Murrhee who ;
FAMILY NIGHT DINNER rancher died Thursday,
land. The 7th graders visitedthe passed away last week. but she can leet"your presenceand Life Insurance Co. as the outstanding -
This dinner was hosted by 29, In a Jacksonville hospital
Zoo and Children's Mu- hear voice If you salesman of the
Mayor and Mrs. Raymond members of the evening Re- your quar- after being In 111 health for
seum In Jacksonville and the Starnes were In Miami over make a short-short visit. ter. Since coming with the company -
beccas Circle and Mrs. time.
8th graders visited! Silver the weekend on business and A- ten years ago, Mr. Hanks some
liam Beam, Sr. on Mr. Murrhee was a native
Springs. PERSONALS also received the National Sales
to his
stopped see brother and
pril 28 at 6:30: p.m. The officers .V and resident of Clay
John Hlmble
slster-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs. G. Mr. and Mrs. Achievement Award in 1970.
E. Starnes In Ft. Lauderdale. table was centered witha were again visiting In KeystoneThe County; and was a well-known
floral arrangement of spring --- -------- .- cattle and quarterhorse rancher -
GOLF COURSE Mrs. Lucille Foster Is in The long table for occasion of their return 8y Lora 8urgess4oI r
flowers. that Mr. Hlmble could lie had-served as a county -
Alachua was so
Golf and
Keystone Country General Hospital and members and visitors, were year seems to be more rewarding -
Club member Vesta Aiken had Mrs. Hazel McKay at the University attend and be honored at the as I look back down ; commissioner since 1955 and
centered with long sprays of German-American Social Club Wherein Spring has arrived and I hesitated to buy againstDon's had been a prominent figure In
the thrill of a hole-In-one while Medical Center. We the avenue of years. I think
greenery, and dotted among the of which have been mem- with windy days flowers wishes. But I had some Clay County! politics for many
they sunny ; ;
playing at the Gainesville Golf hope to see both of these ladies the pinkish blos- school teach- of the poem I lived by as
and Country Club. She useda back In Keystone very green were bers many years. This Club that warm the heart; the money from my "Wilt thou let it slip years.
som of the shrimp plant. Mrs. ing days I could spend. One young member of the
honored all their Past Pre neighbors make garden. lie was a
5 wood for the Par ? I
3,140 soon. useless sam so glad
L.C. Gayle offered the bless- sidents In a celebration at the So here hath been dawning morning I opened the Bibleto away First Baptist Church of Key-
yard hole. Congratulations Roy Bridges and daughter 1 learned that so
poem many
She is the newly elected usual and I
ing. read was
Club House Jacksonville..The another blue day; stone Heights; Lodge
Vestal Marilyn were recently In South .
On April 22 the Ladles Day Carolina on a business trip. first vice. President and Program Club was organized in 1903, Think, wilt thou let It Slip reading Proverbs. There I saw years ago.HELPIUL HINTS. Try cutting 1892 Green Cove Springs; and
Chairman for 19711972.The .
and Mr. Hlmbld PresidentIn tmnlAfts awav? these words. "The good wifebuyeth Loyal Order of Moose, Orange
winners were: 18 hole group Mr. Bridges was also In Atlanta boiled eggs with a thread
1st low net, Vesta Aiken witha and Puerto Rico after most 1954. They were weekend Out of eternity this new day a field and planteth. Into slices. I cut them fora Park.
was enJoyable I the Bible and has-
73 and 2nd low net, Evelyn which he Hew to Dallas Tex- program guests of former neighbors, was born; closed salad Easter. To keep your Surviving are his widow,Mrs.
as the elementary grade Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hassler, at Into eternity at night shall tened to Harry, the owner to Kathlenn P. Murrhee, Keystone
where he ; in
Hiese. with a 76. There wasa as attended the National youngsters entertained their buy the lots. I found him and flour Insect free, put it a
tie Automotive Parts Con- Lake Geneva. return. In the Heights; two sons, O.J Murr
for low
and store
three-way putts plastic bag
mothers, fathers, and grand- he said, "Well I will have to
Su vention. Behold It aforetime, no eye hee, Jr., sheriff of Clay County -
Genie Jett. Dwyer and Lois freezer
parents In some fine musical MUSICAL SPECIALThe ever did; have $250 now. I said "OK SHOE STRING CHICKEN !; and Richard Murrhee, of
numbers. It was quite apparent It forever from However, I raised so many
Youth Choir of the Ocala And soon ) Keystone Heights and Talla-
(from Texas large casser-
that the Joy of performing, under all be hid. good vegetables and straw- a hassee four and
-1 Methodist Church will present eyes ; grandchildren
II Election Slated By Post 202 ole to carry out. In a large
the teaching and leader- Musical In the Community; So here hath been dawning berries that Don never did Com one greatgrandchildren.t .

ship of Mrs. Stewart McCord, Church at 7:30 on May 16, to another blue day; plain. Whoopee! lIe even had a 2 of qt.cooked casserole diced place chicken.two cups Add

Keystone-Melrose Post 202 sented by the nominating com- was a highlight In each one oi which every one Is Invited. Think wilt thou let It slip telephone bell put on the outside 2 ((2-1/4 oz.) cans of shoe- service were heldat

American Legion will hold its mittee is as follows: Commander these charming young folks. The Community; Church Jun- useless away/ of the Mortuary, so could string potatoes add (14-1/2 oz 3 p.m. Sunday In the First

annual election of officers on Richard Mitchell; 1st Vice Credit shows through In the ior Choir were guests last week -Thomas CarlyleThe work In my garden and still evaporated milk; add I 00-1/4) Baptist Church of Keystone

Thursday, May 6, at the post President Gordon Baker; 2nd attentiveness of the group, at the Ocala Church, and thus above poem I learned be by the telephone which a can of cream of chicken soup, Heights with Rev. Lawrence

home. Vice President, Marlon Den- which numbers about 40. this exchange of Christian Fellowship 46 years ago In Indiana Cen- mortician has to do, be by last add 1 (8 oz) can of whole Carroll Mrs. Percv Knight

The slate of officers preAbout mark; Finance Officer, Jack Some of the choral numbers tral College at Indianapolis.My the telephone day and night kernel corn. Mix lightly. Bake and Rev. Jack Hall officiating.
Haberstroh; Chaplain,Earl All- were humorous while others sister and I had roomed When I heard the telephonering Interment was In Hickory Grove
at 375 degrees for 45 mln.
shouse; Service Officer, Gor- were of loyalty; of Church and together,/ did light housekeeping I dropped my hoe and Serves 8 and is delicious.It Cemetery, Green Cove Springs,
don Baker; Sergeant-at-Arms, Country. There were several and attended college that ran for the house. Since 1 25 with Hardage and Sons Funeral

s'rrtk4 Fred Clark; Historian, Ray solos, duets, andonetwo-some, winter. My son was six years moved to Indiana I deeded my that I was closing years school ago now at Home of Jacksonville in charge.
fn 1 was
Rengro; Executive Board,Isaac when a small girl, portrayedPop PERSONALS old and attended a grade school lots to my stepson and wife, chil- Active pallbeares were 'Mar-
Hill bid dear
Tyre and James Robinson. Eye, the sailor man, with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hager of near the college. We were pre to garden. Clay my I vin Green, George Carlisle, Luther -
sailor hat and pipe, while the Niagara Falls, N.Y. have been paring to be teachers. The a- f!had a nice Easter although dren "good-bye" tearfully. Wilson, James Knowles,

Any member wishing to run chorus, gave the backgroundstory. visiting the Rev. and Mrs. Mil- bove poem Impressed me so here alone. I cooked ham and left May 1 to go to Nebraskato A.E. Anthony, and C.M. Burk-
Don and visit friends
for office may be nominated ton Scripture on Brooklyn Lake. very much that from those dayson had sweet potatoes, a salad .tolder, Jr.
from the floor the night of The entire group completed Mrs. Hager Is their niece.It I tried to do as much goodas with. eggs, and gooseberry pie. I knew there I felt I would

I. election. their renditions with several is hoped that Howard Tucker I could. To work diligentlyat At last I enjoy cooking for never return to teach again.So .

Commander: James F. Drew groups songs, and with gestures who has been under hospital whatever work I had beforeme myself. Don has been gone go- I have had much pleasure e e e

urges all members to makea and sounds, the "com care, and able to return and to pray & pray. Now Ing on nine years now. I no writing this column and have A political friend says that

ease f .- special effort toi attend this ing 'Round. 'the Mountain, Toot! home, will continue to Improve. I am glad that I did, for now, longer have heartache, but my kept in have touch.read this I wonder column how all even If you win there la always .

;Important meeting.. "v Toot'"; i Lewis Lebert is making at this late hour in my life, tired old heart Is weak now many ? God Vless the discouraging knowl.
Charley aE The 'tumijierj( that"were""ad'vertised steady Improvement, and Mrs. so many things I can no longer and I must rest a lot and take these years '' Mohr you edge that 43 percent of the
LOVE Grandma'
last week, were una- Lebert hopes he may come do, yet I am happy. As my heart pill. I can do my people you see on the stree'
ble to perform this time. home soon. He has had difficulty Paul In the Bible says of his work and take care of keep The old Clay Hill teacher. don t like you

KEYSTONEHEIGHTS ; in walking due to his life. "I have fought the good ing my clothes clean and bathe

EXECUTIVE BOARD weakness from his lengthy hos- fight. Now my life Is one myself. I have to sleep a lot,

Johns The final Board.meeting for pitallzatlon and surgery. long prayer for others who but have sweet dreams, I often -

1970-71 was held on April 22 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roberts carry on the burden. I rest In teach children in my dreams GAINESVILLE

This Question; with Mrs. Barry Wyman, pre- of Bedford Lake enjoyed a visit peace and Joy. and so often am living In a

siding. The various chairman from a Jacksonville friend, We have not had as much huge stone house with so many

"A Milwaukee banker and gave their report as did the Mrs. Mabel Mason. She is a rain this Spring as usual, although rooms. I do not know where

DIRECTORY Treasurer, Mrs. Ralph Barker. member of a Senior Citizens It is not dusty in the this old palace Is located but Business Directory
political leader was sued Then recommendations Club in which the facilities fields. Last night we had a- It Is fun to be there, with its

for $200,000 in a libel ac were made that would be pre- of a down town churc h provides bout an Inch of rain and It many fireplaces. In dreams I

lion. The jury awarded sented at the last t General Meeting the meeting place. came down gently and all soak- often am there I am happy.

275.000.; Does this point up s. E. McKAY. REALTOR on May 3. At this meetingall In talking to Mrs. Vera ed In. Some places In the state Well, I drove out in the sta- ALTO: SALES: (;AIcIIESC'1'PI.iES:-

the need for excess! or umbrella chairman and committee Lambing about the FellowshipClub they had high winds and hall. tion wagon to my son's gas 1 I
Keystone Heights 473-4816 chairman were to give their program, it was learned So far we have escaped the station. He put on my new

liability insurance Appraisal Service final year report, which wouldbe that her son, Ruggles Dodge, storms. Out the window I can license plate for 1971 Hachel, BRASINGTON I Johnson & Faris, Inc.

for business and profes-- filed in Secretary's book for who served In the Army and see my good neighbor's gar- my son's wife, got It for me.
flat The Best in Lakefront reference. saw service In Korea and Vietnam around the houseto CADII.LtI.DSVu1611.E: .
h ( people? den. It Is Just a small garden I walk out 'SFFDS PLANTS -
will soon be home. A- with onions lettuce and see the blooming tulips, hyacinths .. ,
/homes, Acreages, Rental ln-rrli< i'lci' Pal( SiippllrnFFKIILIZKKS
Charley E. ALL CIRCLE; LUNCHEON bout 18 months ago, he wrote radishes up. But It feeds my and yellow daffodils. SM.KS: ,(. SERVICEFine :

ASSOCIATES This Annual event will be held his mother of the work his soul with sweet memories of The trees are leafing out and Srlprtlon of Used ('ar.k.11 *

M.lb. on May 17 at 12:30: in the educational unit was doing In caring for my garden I had and enjoyed hedge Is fully leafed. Out the ..... On riiflllljc Tnules Up Item Fi-rtill/i-r SprcndiTTi -
JOHNS AGENCY Mrs Iltn 4734740Col. .
building.The contest win window the sky Is such a beau \ N.W. Klh pli.' :378-0471
In I
children In a small hamlet orphanage out Ponca Nebraska. wanted 2001 N.W. 1 Illli I'll. 37H-5IHI '.
J. Ch.i.lnjlon 473.467 ning Circle will be the guest, and friends contributed that garden spot so very tiful blue with the usual white I

131 So. Walnut St. L...J.h.l Robinson C... 4794041P 473-4091 and as this Is a covered dish money and clothing and tame badly that I bought It againstthe leafy clouds. The apple trees : CLASS

Phone $64-5070. luncheon Chairman, Mrs.John was shipped by Mrs. Lambing. wishes of my good Don. are budded, ready to bloom. I

Bird, and members of the Exe- These were so much appre- Hat It was 1-1/2 lots across The world this Spring dry Is Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA i :.
cutive Committee remind ciated. Now, soon, come July, the alley from the big Mor- windy and beautiful. There are ,

members and urged them to Mr. Dodge will have completed tuary where we lived upstairsIn black birds feeding on bugson

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home attend, and provide a plentiful his term of service, as he a seven room apartment with the lawn. The robins are Company

casserol or dessert. returned from Vietnam and Is 1un porch that overlookedthe usually there too, but not at "
;:iass. For Evrrv: .
Following the luncheon the In the U.S., will retire and garden. The owner of the this moment his is the 74th 4'ht"C'I\ hive\ and cars Purpose"

Circle Chairman (appointed) Join his mother In Keystone. lots wanted $200 for the land, summer I have lived, and each Sales farts, S..I'Ic'l Store Fr' fit M.ii"i r4
STARKE will be named by President Wy Tub EncIOMi ei-Shnris(

man, and they in turn will call %.;r'fi', ,;,;,;<'".,;,;_,;--.ozo.w; ,,:_ .r&YIn ...'.....nn..:.-:>.>.;,-:,.::_:_$:_:-$-:::-:-:::_:_$_:;:-::-::_::::::::::.:::::::::::.::':::::;:.:::.:;:::;::::::;::: :::;:::::::; :::::::::::::::::;:::::::::; :::.:::..:>< Clean I'hptl Tmolav I Furniture: Top Glass Replaced -

PHONE: 0616200KEYSTONE off the names of their Circle ::: lion( N. Main :171.,; I2itMeanly ( >

members for 1970-72. This Annual I
Let's GoGardening LI; I NEW LOCATION';
functions started
some Rdltat .
::< By Harvey Sharpe 122H S. Mjln Cinlnmtllk37H8IOI -
HEIGHTSPHONE yeas ago by the afternoon Cir- Academy
Florid* ArlciUtunU UMtuMon y 1102
cles, to which the Morning and :
17.1-3176: two evening Circles were invited 8 i I
It !Is the one time when
members of the afternoon Cir- -- ----

cle may get acquainted with spring, summer, winter, the undesirable plants. Beauty Academy .

(Jrmm@ri:: :;; =*er.VA' :WWWVWVWV':' ;::;W:VWV::: :;;;m VV :::':;:'ri::::;i::::::':::":::;;:::::::::;:;:::;:::::::":::;Vi:::.:.:.:.::.:.:::.:. new people and the invited Cir fickle spring trees ladles--both are like some take and early spring. The late Growth regulators, even In I'I STAG 'N DRAGGriffon

cle members. To work and be young spring application Is due now. very small amounts, may In; Lenin .1 i Pl'ole"lon In Your _
a part of the Church Women's on annual rings. the plant Jura Spr i "TII }.. Pull Part! Time I Suit
r 1 LOANSJ is But trees are different because Water plants, spread susceptiblekillers ) 01 ArrowShlrt.Florhelm Shoe
AUTOMOBILE organization not only a nutrients, and then water the But Jl'l NW. inth .178-27fiH: .
they can't become engaged I Formal Rentalladlev
friendship privilege, but one plant food materials in. remember, they cannot dlstln-
:j ; becomes a part of the whole, quarrel and return their Azaleas and camellias need qulsh between weeds and non- Sportswear

in Christian Fellowship in rings. become special acid type; fertilizer, so weeds. Contact you County Extension ELKCTKIC: ; MOTORS; I 2 STORES-1J! W, UNIVERSITY
Community; Church Work. However, trees can can't be sure to feed them the right Director for specific and G \ISF.S.IU.EILL:

unhappy and sigh If they formula or they may become recommendations on the chemicals -
FELLOWSHIP CLUB get food to sustain their annual MUSIC!
fertilizer sick. to use. ELECTRIC I
I NOW HEAR THIS! growth rings. So to keep
It will be Annuals and perennials need Do not apply weed killers
All Member Participation your trees engaged In grow- of sensitive
Day three applications of one to within several feet -
at the May 13, 12:30 Covered ing rings, feed them. need one and one-half pounds of 6- plants--such as most gar- Motor Repair Co. BALDWIN

.... Dish Luncheon of the Club, Like humans, trees a 6-6 fertilizer for each den plants flowers and orna-
per year
...' breakfast after a long '
which meets at the new Lions hearty; Cover flowers and ..
mentals. ORGANS
.::.::. 100 square feet of plantings. Of Gniiie vlll* I"C. PIANO fc
... winter
Club Building. Why you may napFeeding shrubs with or plastic
paper AntS'"
Make one application at plant CHOtCI QI THI
.: ::: simple.Start RewindingNew
Repairing -
ask.. Program Chairman Mrs. Use extreme
lag time and two during the before spraying.
mn.j Vera Lambing has arranged the Job with a crowbar or a growing season. Nitrates of soda care to prevent the chemical and Used .Icioha4MUSICsn

3012 MAY'71 M.'. 1 It for this unloue program by length For trees of 3/4 with inch pipe.trunks less or other sources of nitro from reaching ornamentals 281h N, W 10th Ph. 372.8318
asking members to bring an gen, are needed In spring and through drifting, leaching Into
:j than six Inches In diameter,
; antique or article which has In summer at the rate of one- the soil or by running on the

1 Pay Cash on the Spot. one been ot purchased their travel by them, either from at punch canopy holes 12 Inches under deep the entire at 18- feet half of to plantings.one pound per 100 square< surface rain. during a heavy showerof MOVERS O'vllle\ Shopping\ Ctr. 37J-MU

Inch intervals and apply three
home or abroad, that has some
s::: pounds of a garden fertilizer Lone UlkUnce. .MovingSloruge Farm and Industrial
Drive the same day.enjoy your special interest feature.A talk- KILLING WEEDS .
l j away rest on these items will be the In the holes. Two applications Apply weed killers on a calm Packing. Equipment

M new car without delay. That's what you part the members take, and at per year are recommended.One icals Controlling Is easier weeds than with dancingthe chem- day because wind-blown chemicals Crating Shipping _

J can do, when you finance your car in the close, the articles will be now and another In the twist because It takes only can injure plants all over Free EMlmate Call
on display for viewing. fall. the neighborhood.Even Santa Fe Tractor
one turn. This Is the turn of a ,
;::1: advance with an Auto Loan here. As many, of the wintertime For tree larger than six on calm days use low
f spray none!,
: members have left for their Inches In trunk diameter apply Chemical control addsa pressure--20 to 40-- poundsslatge FORDFarm
northern retreats, this will bea five pound per tree. per openhtei nozzles -
touch to
BANK professlnallsm
STATE rood time to ham even For azaleas, camellias, crotons the task once performed by with that put Tractors & Implements
member bring a guest. The hibiscus, gardenia, out coarse sprays rather than
1'' Heights and other ornamental the hoe. It requires less work USED EQUIPMENT
Member F.D.I-C. Keystone program should be interesting, shrubs, hedges fine mists.
,,4 plants, mate four applications and little or no sweat. Before using any chemical-- Van Service Inc.
active, and It really should be
But don't become overconfident SALES PART SERVICE
Bank In Your Friendly
fj "Your. Friendly a different approach to "Get- per year. Apply one weed killer Insecticide or fungicide -
in chemicals.
CommUJ t1." ting To Know You". Alway remember to one and one-half pound of using the --be sure to read and 3MO N.E. WaMo Hi. CMI1 4488 N. W. hth 376.2313GAINESVILLE
I to provide table service fertilizer to 100 square feet This could spell doom to beautiful follow the Instructions on the 377-4T71 _
to well as FL.)*.
application ornamentals as chemlbal container.
for your guest and self of planting per

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Marine J t:. Thomas.:. Lee
Ion of'Mr, and Mr.E.Z. Le Donna Diana Greene daughter .1
of Route I 1. Starke, Is now serving of Mr. and Mr. Henry
\ with Headquarters and Service Green 1037 East Plnebreeze
Company at Camp Lejeune. Starke. completed ten weeks,
N.C. of basis training at Recruit
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Training Command ( uu --- ----- -
Naval Training Center Bainbridge -
Md., and was graduated RENT Mountain tbT Ttfatm6l"Ia9J
9ju CLASSIFIED AQ RATE FOR Opt- waLL BABY alt in my titans.Fhonft' .
during a military review tap $45 week, completely fur 8 4-ain2' \ "Zip JIMMY MOORE'S
A Hole in Your RoofMOrA held on April 16. Minimum Chars .... ...MIOrer mlKlwd. Week .wUota!* la SUN SPORTS l
The local WAVE graduateof ( 15 words) Jane. .7ul:1.: AugUflt\ an* Sep FOR RENT-New tnaUer. 2 bI' .
Bradford High School Is tember., R. E. Edzn ndIoD.S 12 x 40' off BeN>elnt road In
spending a 14-day leave with rack wend ver IS-'7. .r Route, Box 32, Block' front vt Plneftrroezo Sutodlvla* MOORE BOAT FOR HOMES
her family before reporting to lie Extra Charge If mot Mountain N. C. 28711. Phone ten! _Phone! mn-7492 a Up YOUR MONEY
Naval hospital U.S.
Training Center San Diego, 74 pill In advanceCLASSIFIED ) ((704) 9-6IHll.! ttehg WANTED Part Urns book Starke Ph. 364-5791 AVAlLAIII FOR

Calif for General Duty Admin t DISPLAY/ FOR RENT > bedroom, 1 keeper. Submit resume: to""Y"
istration. bath unfurnished hcuM. M. A. Bradford County Telegraph Complete Outboard AStern
,1.1 Per loob
J & J Roofing Co. received Seaman Instruction Apprentice In Greene Naval Airman Seeber M. Jones of Payne 96-$l5 0. ttehg Drawer A, Sttu'fxo. Itchg Drive Service and

Orientation Ships and Aircraft Brooker has completed basic Meraerfats R ohtlo s 4 Bedroom. 2 UuUi home NEED USTINa NOW Itepair. Complete Fiberglas
Phone 96&-8778 Jobs and Training, First Aid, training at Lackland AFB. Proclamation, ele -7o word Just complete remodeled. DHOENTJ ltak. bats Key Repair. Custom- *3,5QOIEOO

Hiway 301 South Physical Training and Military Texas. to Cha- CARDS!! OF THANKS Baar term Located on Road elope\ Penny PTanru. and built Fiberglass FJahht
Bearing and Drill during her lie has been assigned South. For Information call Start. areoa. Wo Nee need
It word .. 100 Boats.
nute AFB. 111., for training In *r lees .....|.H .
Indoctrination. ...7701. 9lbbl large tract: uqr size. Small
the aircraft equipment main- Each word over" 80-7*
totma. caU.J& Oootoy.mlffijniM .
tenance field.Airman sa FT.
JooQllT. 533-2711. .WATER FRONT LOTS
Jones Is 1969 grad-
FACTORY HELP NEEDED uate of Bradford High School. FAST( TV A 8TERBO! RE LEW'S Frank Les IEnJo. Jkuc: Broker. FOB SALE)
PAIR. Free pick-up: etty SflO-0873 or LrnNAREACALL
Starke. His wife Is the for-
mer Rosaland Jones of Brooker. tknlta." DatauWs Discount WELDING SHOP 7634138.Btcteg:: B-20 On Croribry Lake and. Crotter!
Owen Joist of Florida Inc.needs dependable able tfcha Lake Canal (Canal. 50 feel
bodied factory help.. .No Whispering Pines Mo\ NEW BRICK or block homes.No 'wide. 8 fot deep) Located! on ,
experience neremfrjr.' WANTED -Hou.. full ef fUT.niture tel US 301) S. Phone money down on your lot. State Road 100. 3 mile: Weak
"te.tly work overtime fringe benefit. ........ ... ; pay ea& Dahmer.. 964-8252 $70.00 per month. 1350 04. ft., cf Starke. FU.] :Ideal for vtac*>-
IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY : tfo2REFIINL4IIING $16.20000, Crown Builders: IW-ji. coit3: e. motile, home o+'
CUSTOM BUILT Prices atari at 129500. $200
fast with
JOIST GAS AND ELECTRIC GoBeee Taplota! A E-Vap down: and $35.00 month for 31
montoa ((8H% simple! Sotno/
WELDING BRAZING weber yilla" Andrenra Pb rmcy. '
IJnrohi City Road DECORATINGInteriors
Monday 1lgh Friday, SHEET METAL ftp 5-13 uti.)
MLAJH.< .. To' S:00: P.M.
TRAILER HITCHES Coil 964-7701 8 sal. 10 I
I\\ weckdajra. II
Aaaleo to co: J dakaerw 3So or

"Qua city A ByWord"Free UPHOLSTERYCABINETWORK I for HUM house plants.: LOTS '!FOR SALE Starke Oolfft
: miles N. of Larwtey on 301. Country Club. ready for
Turn at the Blgn Ph. 782-3465. For InftrmatiooCaD
Expert Reproductions tai'ldlng' on or for investmentLota
Estimates : NOTICEStarke logBARRETT are/ approxlmatelr. VI JaduwnviOe

C. E. JACKSON sere and larger paved roadj Correct
JACKSONRUILDIIVG 0 0I 1313 W. Madison Starke and Keystone only 3 minutes from tonra 78 1.4O5

Gomer & Son Heights area Customers PrtCM Start at $1295.00. $200
Water down and $35.00 !per montb.

I SUPPLY I / CARL BEGGS Hastings Mattressand and Conditioning Pump Co. Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 ttrfig p.m..

Hampton, Fla. Gulf ServiceUSED Upholstery

PEDDLERSHOME I I I Phone 468-1311 PARTS 130 Court Street O.C. Carries Nursery BUY N I W&SAV
710 St. Johns Ave.PALATKA
Phone 964.5832PLUMBING:>>
........... T.. Price for Wrecked Care Thousands of Plants

CENTER 21 Hoar Wrecker Service Fruit Trees, Shade Trees, CiIF!>

Fuel Oil Is Open AgainFURNITURE Evergreen.. Camellias,

UNITED FOR SERVICE, QUALITY AND VALUE -Vied Care Water Conditionersand 'Azaleas Roses Room Air Conditioners

Hwy. MI N. Walie Pumps Most In can plant AnytlmoLANDSCAPING e Touch Control Comfort Center
Repaired Refinished
CM-I'" WELL DRILLING a Two or Three Speed Cooling
ReupholsteredNEW Sales and Rentals o Flenble Air Flow Control
This Week's Special S3 Ml. SE. of Starke. Hwy. lOfFlomhome Automatic EvenTemp
; MATTRESSES Repair Department 659-2165 Thermostat
-aoaD"'. e Extra Urge Washable Filtere
oiled and adjusted in you FREE ESTIMATES 24 Hour ServiceWE MODERN MASONRY Corrosion Resistant. Casings

Com plete Double Sink : home |S.00. Vacuum cleaner Call Collect 323-2144<< BVlLD'NG Models for( Special Windows

.repulrs also All work: cuaranM.d. SERVICE! an appliances.: Appooxlmately 3COO Sq. Pt.including as low
I I Ir 1736 Dennis E. Cofffln, Phone Rebuilt npplancca for eato,- AC Office AJacvnt/ : as
I ,"fir 431 142$. Uehe & Service Co.9B48QS7. .
Olon's Appliance To
:::: RyRy Ramp for Truck: $H9ooSLADE
I tfcng JwVng $18.500 Terms
C'' "I eUPER STICK Vinyl! Plastts -
i \ \
STEEL CABINET DATSUNGAINESVILLE Letters an elxes. color Perm SEWINGMACHINE A. J. Thomas, Registered Real
I : anent for use on wood flaaf.plaatio. Estate Broker. Specializing in BILL POWELCBROKER GAS
fL' J Dt2J'FORMICA TOP paper, metal. leather.ANYTinNCll Appraisal for Estates! ludl.TlcJualo Ii,
I Bradford Count' : end corporate Owner 964-6464 -
Telegraph. M Alpo Eme-fl: real etStaitebus\ / \ 96418104fchg and Appliances ,
4300 N. W. 13th it. Sales and Service iness. Thirty Years. experience J"
REG. $149.95Sale 372.4226 WATSON'S PFAFF NECC1II la Florida land matters. Tel. 332 W.: r toaisonGainesville(;
95 J New Homo 9644701. Sfcxrke. :Florida U cbg(
11.5 S. E. yndSt. House of Vacuum Universal The Glass Shop

Only 1 1t ,
,nS12O 1 3TOUEverything Many brand of new vacuum $49:50 up FOR" RENT: Small unfurnished Glass
39.00 up. Used machine from Parts & Repairs on cottage: nice locatton. land for
10. Expert Repair all, make. garden.' Ideal for :rci'ireJ'' : cou- For __
Make Ma
Parts and Accessories for all all pJa Pln-ni9 B64-5B01 tfchg Marine
Built In Central chines.NATIONAL. AH CARS and TRUCKS
vacuums VM- .
FOR SALE On,9 usuMledhorse. :! Boots
uum cleaning; ratems. 712 N. E. J. Raulexson. Phbaa: Installed While-U-Walt Johnson Motors
Main OtlneavHle 376-7110 782-3212 2tp 5-13 Custom Vinyl Auto Tops

BIO PENS. Ball Point ... 611 W. Univ. Ave. POSTED SIGNS: Treatedto 1017 N. Main G'vfflo SPECIAL -
fill.- Bradford County Tile.tr.eh. 378-1355
withstand e.&bel'ZOO: each: ALL HEW SKIRICi
9223 doB. Special price on large I WILL do baby! altnlng: : ( In my
CLASP ENVELOPES all er quantltle Bradford County.. home day or night Monday 15' Bow Rider

alsets Bradford County TileMOBILE Telegraph.! U thru, Saturday Wanda Jackpn 50 H.P. JOHNSON ,
Engle.1NT11iEETATE. INSURANCEAT 9B4-56Q3. Itch
Hornsmovtg PUMPSNEW REDUCED RATES FOR SALE Rotary power! All For II
t AUTO. BOAT mo.-cr: 1500. Ph. 8G4-S743. Itp
FIRE. ) $1 99S
la Call
Fte. 884-5809.
; tfchtTOR *'UKNlbH!:.D -6 seam howlIP

i ir SALES AOENC'fIe" w-Jtli bath: 2 acres Homestead S.B Lynn Hamilton
( RENT -r Furnished does
Ii it exsmpllOTi! property on 230A
In 2 bedroom cottogw. Also PARTS Before You Buy
t to gain apartments. W. H. Nollman.fohf. SERVICE FOR RENT -12' ( Deep nnd Shallow Wells room trailer outside city $6,5CO. May Eaton, P O. Box 1030 E. University Av..
514 Stnrke. Fla.
limit*. J. B. White. 9644114. Itp Gainesville
Water Softeners and tfcbg

; That's what you get when which means more for you in NO GIMMICKS FiltersPlumbing FOR SALEA for supsr' cycle Farm lawnmower all e .

I you feed Gold Kist feeds. the marketplace. 1971'a Supplies tractor. 3 yiar/! old stallion:

There's one for any kind Ask your FMX man aboutof 12' x 60' I Taking: applications, foe ul.,h saddle and. bn.dle. 964-

animal you raise: poultry, the right feeds for your stock. 2 nedroom$3'795 EXPERT SERVICE ON FHA 235 7895. lip

swine, beef and dairy cattle And remember when ALL MAKES
PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE New Brick 3 and 4 New Location... N
horses,even catfish. do business with your 3 Bedroom$3'895 Bedroom Homes MARY *

From start to finish Gold Kist/FMX, you're doing Furnished Call for Details GLOVER;

Gold Kist feeds give them the business with yourself because PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
Veteran's Loans Low Down Payment i
essentials they need: vitamins, you share in the profits. Carpet Throughout mud Moderate Monthly CARTER ELECTRIC

minerals, protein. Buy Gold Kist. Dank Financing 21-4NCR ADMIRAL color PaymentsLONGCIIAMP COMPLETE:

The result is faster, You have everything |Wj Oiln'a Mobile Home used TV "with new picture) HOMES PAINTS UEI'AIR SERVICE.;

sounder growth and higher to gain. Sales tube.> Dahmerto Discount.' It e PboB 984-6853 \VIKIM. IIKATINn:

t productivity, Starke Fla. 100 WestIf wits: Ml Soctb 8 SAME /\lit f l\l"in()NI\<>
WANTED LISTING e'D' Moved To 314l.- .

LEO CRAMPS? Try Supplloal Wiilnut/ 24 Hrs. I
V I" 'with calcuum only $198 for a On Home)and Aereace.Bayer PRICE Phone'Ui> 18.35
c bottle. of 60 tablet at Mitchell Waiting. -8 rout Realty Rag I II
'. Dnur. Broker 2117 N. Temple AT*. I
I 6tp! 520 Ph. 964-8609 Stark*. 37a.. Brown AS I ,

. / .mot Priced reasonably.' Ph. 783-
.. t y a .% 3015. Itp One of the atoor home la Jacksonville All Brick HomesWe
atortaa 3 B-R, Central Heal Build Any Price
REDUCE excess fluids "with and Atr. Carpet, Many Ezotna. Volkswagen 102 E. BROWNLEE Home Anywhere In Fla.
$169! Lose
FLUIDEX. weight
19.950 by AD-
t, 'r r safely with Dex-A-Dict, 93o got onIT. New a Vied t.O). WE ARRANGE ALL

. e //' ,4i at M.tchellDrug 2tp 5-13 CALL Saks. Senfes 'WI FINANCINGLow

:rt' i FOR SALE 1970 Miverick.AC. BILL POWELL: I ML North of The NapOAINE5Yn.LE Down Payment
yr RU. AT, vinyl Merle. :)*". BROKER Micon Over a Hundred Designs
enmll equity, awuma pay- 9M-4464 9649 To Choose From
mentu Qnll 0045160. Itp tfehj MERRILLCONSTRUCTION
'! : 4 FOR SALE Odd dishe CO.
May FOR RENT-or cab r: ellS Oat
Sib at XAwtey. 10:00: A m. to St.. corner ct Clack A :BrownI IJ' WE DONT HATE!: R' made to your 3 Miles North of Starkeon
e' 1 p.m., Inquire Waters Store. -'II gel It tor yes onto U.S. 301
2 bedroom! Iwuio on)
h x.- / ,t ItolwJ lot e.*. Phone T. (11'. Lour 964-3147 Supplies. Fnnltare. Eqnl: individual hearingrequirements Phone 964-8521
2t.cbc HI ..l. Bradford CesstTel.grspl. at no Starke. Fla. if
r .
.& ELECTRIC to 1 additional east. .
WANTED PJistiure ease I
.j U 7, J' fir FOR SALE -TJmfoer. Pine 4 .
in Bradford Co My. Call BID- POSTED" lIOn: Treated to-
FOR ALL Bbkr rood. 8646713.anoc 110118OPEa Hardwood on 40 acres. Call!; ALL MAKE HEARING wttlutud.....- SM sleigh.
: YOUR WIRING o TO-303S | lip ... ... IpMial. rlM M Urr
.::; .z:3Zt L AIDS REPAIRED .. '
,.,. -"" ....UIIeI,
Phone'468-1083 / vinyl PWlls TrPEWIUTEI1S. Maaoal
24 Hour Emergency Utter an *1M*. eolocv. Perm Xteotrte. For sale" or' renk'_ AINESVILLE HEARINGAID -,-- .--
'or. __ anent. for ui* on wood I tUM. Bradford County Telcfnph.w CO.
Over 80 million tourists are
? >phalli> &PW. meW UaUur.ANTTHINai 1137 N. W. 23rd A.e.In. expected to visit Walt Disney
'p,0. Box 220 Bradford como w. DONS HAVE: 1'1''II World
II r.4 I during the first 10 years
Telegraph. .1.. otfloe .svilU Florida 32601
Hampton, Flo.320446 ..k..v. .. '. z-.. of this new Florida attraction's
$- 6-10 ::.. .. P'non. 376-0095 existence.

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