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 13, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Concept g seek legal means to

halt suspensions imposed -

PushedA I by Gov. Reubin

Askew on ten prison

lengthy! meeting Monday guards and officers.The .
aWl has left County; Commissioner hl, 1 i" YS"
Ralph Bryan undowlded' 150 attending the meet-

on whether Bradford sheuld Ing on Die prison pistol range 'r4
participate In the new 10-comrty; I il represented a majority; of the .
regional mental health program : custodial officers not on dutyat ; r
being pushed by Alachua C*m- that Urne.Meanwhile. '

ty.; there were rumors -
that 21 other prison per- -r1' ,' ,'i
"It's a tough one,"Bryan said sonnel may be slated for suspension +
after the 3-1/2 hour luncheon but these reports were
meeting, one of several times unconfirmed.
the new concept of local cantor Gathering on the prison pistol \ \
many mental patients baa range, the group stamped "
been pushed here. It must be Its approval of a suggestion (
determined. Bryan laid if tile to form a "division of cor-
county; will get enough good rections personnel associ -
out of It to merit the cost. atlon" through which their ',:.2

< voices can be heard. It would -- --
The new program would cost
Include employees of all state
Bradford County; 45 cents per
capita or about$8.581 the first correctionallnsUtutions. Half Way There"I
year. The per capita cost would w I rS In reporting to the group what
go to 60 cents and second year, he and other members of a
or $8,775 for Bradford, and special committee had been advised -
then level off at 80 cents, or r yI by an attorney, prison (eel like a different( person," says Mrs. Lucille Lo-
$11,700, the third year. business manager Jim Chas- vell
tince the had both diieoted kidneys removed two
teen said, "Legally, this is
The program la expected to the first step available to us." weeks ago.

cut referred the number to state of patients mental hospitals now v :T '- Chastcen advised the officers The plucky Stark. houtewife, 42, is now at the halfway

In half. Bradford County to "wait until Thursday" whena point In her kidney transplant operation. The transplant,

; now has 35 patients In the r expected definite to course be formulated.of action is to be donated by her titter, Joyce Ward Barton, I it expected
state hospital Macclenny.
: to take place within weeks the
The regional mental health concept Lt. Donald Jackson, another two tayt.
I is supposed to make It -- member of the committee chosen But M,.. Lovell, shown Tuesday night at home with her

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possible for many patients to n" r .or'J") (",\\fflF-.j." at a previous meeting, husband, Tiny, says she already (eels much better. She
be kept at home and receive stressed the attorney's advice
1 hat cut down on medication and longer has "an Inward
r no
out-patient care at the center that no extra-legal means be
S.G. Denmark award from Bud Mizell and John Myers.
" proposed for Alachua County.; accepts Improvement used to achieve the desired Itching tentation" that stayed with her (for years.

Operation of the Is .... -........... '. '. .... ...... -., end. "We're all after the same The Lucille Lovell Fund at First Federal continues .4-
program thing," he declared. "Let's not
' expected to cost $900,000 the I, talk about striking." to rite. It was ot $18,618 at 3 p.m. Tuesday, with a large

first year Including federal, donation .
expected late this week from Notional Guardsmen
Jackson acKnowledged
state, and local funds. The new ,
center would provide both In- training at Camp Blanding. The transplant j it expected
patient and out-patient care, r Ig16'' (See Page 6)) to COlt $35,000.

Bryan said he has been told. .,, I
""ffi! .T'Cf'PIV.
Purpose of the meeting her .. ,, ...tt... ,, W.. ;,;.
Monday was to "convince us to

get Into" the program, Bryansaid. .. 6 Sentenced
Commissioner Eddie Allen Monday
also attended the meeting.
Ohters there were Rev. Bob

ford Burch mental chairman health of committee the Brad-; HereTwo
I In Circuit Court
Dr. A.Y. Covington, county;
health officer, and Dr. Robert
Cervals, director of Alachua
County; Mental Health Services c state prison Inmates of Circuit Court Is the trial with Intent to commit a felony
{ : were sentenced to additional of Stephen Wayne Cowart, 22, at Waters' (irocer) In l.aw-
A A terms and four were placed on who pleaded Innocent Monday tey the same night. The pair
1 probation and adjudication of to resisting officers with 1 vio- was caught bj l-awte Marshall
guilt withheld Monday In Circuit lence. lie Is charged with 1 pull M.M. Jordan in the' act of bur-

/ # Court. ing a knife on Starke Police- glarizing the lIandy-\Va) Store.
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men Mervin 11. Jackson on
.,' Only other action scheduledthis
to (llbbs pleaded guilty to break-
I Jan. 20. The trial Is to beginat
r week In the spring term
y r.. ing and entering on Ian. 13
tj Tx 9:30: a.m. Thursday, May 13.
and has been under presentence
Sentenced Monday after investigation 'I he two cases

Hazen pleading guilty; were Inmates against Lewis were disposed
I a James Lee Me Far land and!Nee-; of some time ago.
.. __________ ly Bennett Brown.McFarland .
ijJ!rIte mOWn Outer ....-. 1 24 Eddie Lee Moss was placedon
} ., Heads pleaded guilty -
for four
probation years
U. ..... ; to breaking Into the home
: :a.\"'"' In each of two cases lie is
of Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Stern
FOR OUR charged with 1 entering without
S. Street Starke, on
Bob Firth of Draw-Tito accepts BIP Award from Bud Mizell and John Mye,.. FairPoultryman Aug. 4, 1969. Cases of lar- breaking a boat owned by Timmy -
Moore's Sun and with
ceny of an automobile owned
Jack Hazen was by Theresa K. Stern and escaping breaking and entering a truck
elected Tuesday president of from the State Prisonat owned by Harry Houston with
Improvement AwardsImprovement the Bradford County; Fair Association Raiford, on the same day, intent to commit petit larceny.
Both Drfva-ln Windows and, as such, will were dismissed by the court. Both offenses occurred last Jan
6. Judge Murphree: withheld adjudication -
head the 1972 Bradford County McFarland was sentenced to
Will Fair 10 years In the state prisonby of guilt.
Be Open awards went to ture Co. for a new brick Starke In recent years. ford Improvement Program, Judge John Ail Murphree. Sentencing of lease Vernon
two Starke firms Wednesday front on the large store on Draw-Tlte now occupies the have "successfully contributedto New officers were electedat Grlffls, 26, starke. who has
On Monday And for what Chamber the annual meeting of the McFarland and William H).
of Commerce
West Call Street. The otherto entire block on Cherry Street the Chamber sponsored BIP pleaded guilty\ to receiving sto-
President B.F. (Bud) Mizell Draw-Tlte Hitch Co., 314 between Washington and Brown- program as witnessed by the Fair Association In the Agri- Rodeheaver entered the Stern len property\; on lune II, 1970
Friday terms the biggest Improvements E. Washington Street, for erection lee Streets obvious Improvement In physical culture Building Tuesday night home, tied the elderly coupleup was postponed f rlday, :May
to the city; in recent of a 275 by 77 foot The two firms, says the properties, thus adding to Hazen succeeds Frank Williams and left In the family car. 14, when lud.:e George I.I Pat.
Customers years. warehouse-office complex big- framed certificate presented by our slogan: PutASmlleOnYourTown county; civil defense director Kodeheaver was sentenced last ten will be in court.
Using One went to Denmark FurnI- gest private construction in Mizell for the Chamber's Brad- Instead Of A Frown." who has headed the FA year but McFarland was not In Grlffls Is charged with possession -

The Ea st Window the past three years. custody then. of components of a
Brown, 47, was sentenced to
1972 officers named Include car stolen from 'I.,\. Stand-
additional time for
Please Enter from George Hoggins, vicepresidentMartha a year's ridge Jr.Seven/ .
Berry Season Ending Fields Open To PublicBradford's Sue McCain, secretary; escape.by lie an waived attorney representation tellingthe persons, Including Co-
Madison Street Cliff Hazen Jr., treasurer;John Judge he was worried about wart, pleaded Innocent when arraigned -
general and Monday before Judge
his father who was ill.
And Exit TheWa't Mrs. Lillian Pearson, executive Murphree. They are
By :
) strawberry season with their own berries and what Allen said Tuesday. But he Idea given Is that the majority; Brown simply walked off from
tailed off to 7,500 flats they can buy. Another local had no figures of actual yields are fairly happy, even satisfied secretary. prison and returned on his own. -Gladys Simmons, 43,
of Call I I St. at the Lawtey Market during the buyer, David Browning, was with the season. A new face, Arthur Casklns. There was violence Involved. charged with second degree
past week but prices held steady also still at the Lawtey mark- per acre to substantiate that has been added to the new 8- William Fouta McDanIel, 17 murder In the death of Ivory
at $3 for Florida Nineties and et. report, he pointed out.But manygrowers County; Agent Bobby Taylor member Board of Executive ,
Customers Using and Glenn Leroy Griffin 14, Childs, 43, on Dec. 13, 1970.
$3.50 for Sequoias. Most of the migrant labor are reluctant to reveal reported Tuesday morning that Directors of the Fair Association each was placed on probation She Is charged with stabbing

The West Window, Many, of the good producing has left the county; Market their yields. growers were, optimistic now. Casklns is a Lawtey a- for three years. The teenagers Childs with a pair of scis
Manager Bob Allen reported by rea poultryman and strawberry were charged Jan. 14 The Judge allowed five
Growers discouraged on lOri
berry field have been openedto were
Fie also said the Is endIng
Please Enter from Tuesday. Some with season Other directors, which
the public. At Jimmy Gas- growers the late March freeze which grower. with breaking and entering with days for motions to be filed.
for most much better than
berries left are using local replaced the former eight vice-
Call Street and kins' farm on SR-225 west of coat both berries and bloom. had been thought at time Intent to commit petit larceny -Herkey Sanders, 53, charged -
labor to pick the late fruit. one presidents are County; Agent
already down due In the home of Charles K.Spur-
Lawtey, for Instance, the public Acreage was with breaking and enteringand
Exit By the Way can pick from one of the Picking going on now, for to a lack of plants last fall. Offsetting the lower ASCS Bobby Consultant Taylor, Mac Warren Baldwin.Carver geon of Santa Fe Lake and grand larceny in the Oct.
top Held In the county; for 35 shipping. Is a day to day thing, acreage breaking and entering with Intent 10, 1970 then of a record player
Jim Lawson David Smith
about 150 ,
here and the lower
Of Madison Street. cents per quart U-Plckam Allen says. This Is about as But the berries stayed In demand Farm Forester Allen Tarle- to commit malicious Injury television set, and shotgun
signs have sprouted all over the late as berries have been all season when they did quantity; of berries, Allen said to personal properly; of from Bertha Johnson. The pub-
Courtesy Of Lawtey section ..growers end- shipped from Bradford County start picking, averaging! up to Is the fact that Plant City; quit ton. and Market Manager Bob Ode Cox of Santa Fe Lake. lic defender was appointed for
ed their seasonal shipping t; be points out. $4 on Seouolas at times. There shipping berries several weeks Allen. Judge Murphree withheld adjudication Sanders and five days allowed
(lEJit '(!lummunUifSank! north. was but one brief depression ago. There was also a shortage The officers and executive of guilt for new motions.
It Is mainly the new Sequoia In the price, but never this of fruit In Louisiana, he directors compose the execu- James Clayton GIbbs, 29,was
6tatt Friday was fro last day tne berries that are holding up to season were growers faced with says. which opined markets that tive committee of the Fair As- placed on probation for five Sanders also pleaded I"
Strawberry Co-op did busineu.But and which still state had been In sociation. cent to resisting arres'violence
shipping quality; selling for much below $2.500r supplying years In each of two cases.
Accounts New Insured have the Quantity; of fruit to $3 for good fruit. other years. The 1972 Board of Directors Along with William II. Lewis in an affidavitFeb Star
26 1971
Up Te $20,000 By shipping combination of pick for shipping, Allen says. Bradford shippers Allen Includes Eddie Allen Lloyd was charged with breaking and llceman. Willie Searcy.by 1
Morris Carter and L.M. (Buddy) "It looks pretty; good to moat said, were not forced to shipto Bryan, Ralph Bryan Doyle entering with Intent to com-
Federel I DepositInsure Norman;; who are also two of "Most growers have had a growers at this stage of the such distant markets as they Conner, Betty Edwards, MauS. mit a felony at the Handy- -John Thomas McLei
nee Cer,. the county's; biggest berry fairly:: good season, much better game," says Allen. In talking have in previous years to sell Way Store In Lawtey last Nov.
growers was still operating; than they had expected," to growers, Allen said, the berries. ( .. Page 6)) and with breaking and entering (See Page 6))

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Rehearsal Dinner Jwlji 'Cross & Sword' Folk MusicalSet

(9f'g f > For Hart-Patterson Has Special Deal

Wedding Party For Students By Baptist

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Youth Choir
WOMeN Hart of Florida's official state play,
Palatka entertained at a din "Cross and Sword," U making
ner party; Thursday night, A.
a special otter to public school
The First Baptist Church
prll 29, at the Holiday Inn in
students of Florida this sum-
Youth Choir will present Ralph
Starke honoring their son, Ken-
neth, and Ms fiancee Miss Mar- mer. Carmichael and Kurt Kaiser'snew
Gladys Mooty, Society Editor, 9647608StrauserYawn musical "Natural Illgh"at
ilyn Patterson, following the A new Drama Awards Pro-
the Bradford High School
couple's wedding rehearsal.
gram Is designed to serve the
Bridal place cards markedthe dual purpose of encouraging Auditorium on May 23, 24, 25,
\' : sating arrangement at the students to see this historical and June 5 at 8 p.m.
Bridal Shower U-shaped table for the 30 guests presentation at St. Augustine The 65 singers and 12 Ins
who Included the wedding party, and, at the same time strumentallsts have worked
For Linda Murray, parents of the honored couple, give them a chance to make hard for several months pre- i
Bride-elect husbands! dates and wives.Cen- money for their school orPTA. paring this exciting musical
tering the head table was an for production.
arrangement of pink spring flowers Participating schools will be "Natural High" presents the
Miss Linda Murray of Jack- flanked by pink tapers in assigned a pre-scheduled date Christian life not drugs, or
sonville, whose marriage to sliver candelabra. for a summer reunion at"Cross alcohol as the answer to the
Dudley Hardy will be an e- Following the dinner the bri- New .ttrae.r Stork. Woman' Club are pictured with and Sword." Each school will problems faced by today's world
vent of May 22, was honoredat dal couple presented gifts to architect's sketch of proposed remodelling project for the have a special seating area, and particularly by youth. The

a reception Friday night their attendants. club haul. From left: Mr*. Sherrod Hamilton, Mr*. Marion and bus transportation to and sound as well as as the today's text,news-Is as
Willie Mae Den- contemporary
given by Mrs. from school as well as tours
Mrs. John Sander .
Payne Mr Lex Green
Hazel paper.
ton Mrs. Guy Andrews Mrs.
of the historical restoration
Charles Francis and Mrs.J.E. a Shower Given Ritch, and Miss Florence Jennings. area of St. Augustine can be The part of the "doubting
Hardy at the home of the lat- For Donna Lamb arranged.The negative guy and gal" Is sung
ter on East Call Street. Woman's Club Annual by Jimmy Crosby and Cheryl
fU, 4 Mrs. Andrews greeted guests At Lawson HomeMiss May play Is scheduled to run Phillips, while the "positive
at the door and presented themto Features Theme of AmericanismThe from June 22 through August voice" Is sung by the choir
the receiving line composedof 28, with performances every and by soloists Gary Browning
the honoree her mother Donna Lamb bride- annual May Breakfastof principal of Uradford High day except Sunday. Gayle Hatcher, Nancy Gay,Bobby -
Mrs. William 11. Murray of S1 elect, was honored at a bridal the Starke Woman's Club School gave a talk on "And For each ticket sold, the sponsoring Mllner Esther Romero, and
Jacksonville Mrs. Denton and L shower Saturday night at the was held Saturday noon at the the Sun Rose". Mr. and Mrs. school or PTA receives Beverly Strunk. Other solo
Mrs. Dorothy Cubbege. M.L. Lawson home given by club house where the theme Tom King soloist and pianist, 50C. In addition cash prizescan parts are sung by Jimmy Tomllijson -
Mrs. Delores Carlson Invitedthe Mrs. Sally Johns Miss Mary "Americanism" was carriedout presented several musical selections be won by schools, students Robyn Warren, Don Har
guests Into the dining room. Sue Underhlll and Mrs. David in decorations and program. and led the guests in and classrooms collect- dy Carol Hardy, Linda Haas,
The tea table was covered withan Lawson. In the foyer was an American group singing. ing the most money. A total Steve Register, Billy McRae
Engagement ToldMr. Imported cutwork cloth: and Patricia Griffis The gift table was centered flag above a large urn of red Following the dinner and program of $1,000 will be given away and Dale Johns.
was centered with a silver bowl Is with a pink and green umbrella lilies and white gladioli. The Miss Martha Sue McCain Including $500 to the first place The public Is cordially Invited
and Mri. Donald D. holding pink sweetheart roses Engaged and wedding bells and a receiving line stood In the installed the following officers: school. to attend.
Strauser of Gainesville announce flanked by sliver candelabrawith doll were placed points lounge where the mantel helda president, Mrs. John Sanders;
: the engagement of their- .pink tapers. Presiding\ at Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Eich- of interest.cake A miniature wed- long arrangement of red first vice-president, Mrs. R.A. "Cross and Sword" recrea- SERVICEMEN
daughter, Carol Jane, to The- the punch bowl were Mrs Jack ler of Fort Lauderdale announce ding centered the coffee white and blue lilies gladioli Green; second vice-president; tes the founding and first years
table in
ron A. Yawn m, son of Judge Eddy of Waldo and Mrs. Ar- the engagement of her daughter The the living room. and iris. Standing in the receiving Mrs. M.A. Payne; recording of St. Augustine the nation's Marine Pvt. Ronald G. Gunter -
and Mri. Theron A. Yawn Jr. thur Gaaklns. Patricia Lenora Crlfds, refreshment table was line were Mrs. W.B. secretary Miss Florence Jennings oldest city. It was designatedthe son of Mr. and Mrs. David -
of Starke. A December wedding Assisting In serving were to Kenneth Stephen Jay son covered with a plastic cutwork Mundy, Mrs. Phil Vellenga corresponding secre- official play of the State Gunter of Route 3, Starke
it planned. Mrs. Deborah Moseley, Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jay of cloth over pink linen and cen- Mrs. John Sanders Mrs. tary, Mrs. Hazel Hitch; treasurer of Florida in May of 1970 and has graduated from Combat
Francis, Mrs. Diane Cocker- New York City; and Bergen- tered with an arrangement of George Loper, Mrs. Roland Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton is a part of the Division of Engineer Basic Specialist
ham of New Orleans, La., Mrs. field N.J. pink roses Mrs. David Law- Clerucuzlo, Mrs. James Lawson Miss Robyn Warren, outgoing Cultural Affairs. Course at the Marine Corps
UDC ChapterHas Myrtlce Nichols, Mrs. Levon The bride-elect attended son presided at the punch bowl. Miss Becky Jackson and president of the Little Women's More Information about the Engineer School at Camp Le-
Andrews and Misses Jayne and Broward Junior College and Is Games were played during Miss Robyn Warren. Club presented the senior cluba Drama Awards Program can jeune, N.C.Gunter .
May LuncheonThe June Hardy. employed as'a secretary In the party hours 7:30 to 9 o'- Mrs M.A. Baldwin Jr. received large silver tray. A bouquetof be obtained by writing to Cross is a graduate of Bradford -
Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Fort Lauderdale. Her fiance clock by the 30 guests. the tickets Mrs. E.L. American Beauty roses was and Sword Inc., Box 1965 St. High School, Starke Fla.
annual May luncheon Sam Gardner Jr. of Keystone attended Chamberlain College, honoree The hostesses presented the Matthews greeted guests in the presented to Mrs. W.E. Mid- Augustine Fla. 32084.
Heights and Mrs. Elsie Hall with a set of Mellna dining Mrs. Marulce Edwards dleton as the oldest member
meeting of W.T. Weeks Chap- Boston, Mass., and Fort Lau- dishes room -
ter of UDC was held at the of Atlanta 100 guests were derdale University; receiving as a memento of the Jr. was in charge of of the club.Members. J&SBarBQuePit
Holiday Inn on Wednesday, May Invited to call between the hours his degree In business admin occasion the guest books and membersof of the Little Wo
6. Hostesses were Mrs. H.L. 8 and 9:30: o'clock. istration. He is employed by the Little Women's Club men's Club served the tables MaxviJIeTruck
Speer Mrs. R.A. Green Sr., The hostesses presented the Patty; O'Neill Company In New 50th Anniversary presided at the punch table. during the dinner. In chargeof Stop and Your Hosts
Mrs. S.L. Peek Sr., Mrs.Char honoree and her mother with York City The dining tables were covered the kitchen and arrangements
To Be ObservedBy JOHN & SARAH
ley E. Johns Mrs. Clyde B.Terwillegar corsages and the honoree received Miss Grlfds Is also the with red, white and blue were Mrs. Phil Vellenga Mrs. RestaurantJ&S REIDIS
Jr., Mrs. Elzle a cut-glass compote as daughter of Ronald Grlffls of F. H. Kramers cloths and centered with Amerlcan Hazel Hitch and Mrs Bill NOW OPENBAIM1QUE
Sanders Mrs. E.K. Perryman, a memento of the occasion. Starke.No flags. Throughout the Chambers and their committees ManagementOpen }
Mrs. G.J. McGrlff Sr., and date has been set for the auditorium were arrangementsof 21 Mrs, .aCX-r Is Our Business
Mrs. Mary P. Lappe.Arrangements wedding Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Kramer red white and blue lilies, A highlight of the decora- Dally fftSl IIRS. 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
of roses and Duplicate Bridge will celebrate their golden wed gladioli and Iris with a fan- tions was the antique American Ew,
Ample The Finest Pit in
Perking \5 Fla.
Ivy decorated the square shaped BIRTHS ding anniversary Sunday May shaped arrangement the same living room setting on the
table Interspersed with single Mrs. Hilda Dey and Mrs. 16, with a reception at the home flnwer* centering the speaker's stage. Visit our Gift Shop Call 782-3717 For TakeOut
candle holders and candlela- Lucile Davie were the winning Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Pur of their son-ln-Iaw and daugh table. Seated at the speaker's At the conclusion of the lunch Call 289-5111 For Take Out Orders
bras with yellow tapers. Small couple at Duplicate Bridge vis of Gainesville announce the ter. Dr. and Mrs. A.J. Barry table were Rev. James Cre- eon Mrs Sanders presented Jet. 301 & 228 Located<<; On 301
corsages of roses and orchids on Bessent Road from threeto ran who the Invocation gifts and awards to the execu-
Tuesday night In the PrattStreet birth of a son Kevin Lee, on gave ; Maxville, Florida Lawtey, Fla.
together with placecards: Recreation Center where there May 7 In Alachua General Hos five o'clock.No John Sanders, master of ceremonies tive board and members. tf
marked the seating Invitations are being issued Mrs. John Sanders
arrange- were five tables In play pltal. Maternal grandparentsare ; ,
ment for the 31 members and Mrs. G.J. McCrUf Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson locally but all friends president of the club; Mrs.
two guests Mrs. Paul E. Can- Mrs. Lex Green were second; of Keystone Heights and and relatives of the couple are Olin White Jr., flrstvlce-pres-
ova and Mrs. J.F. Stroud. Mr. and Mrs. John Mussollne maternal great grandparentsare Invited to attend. ident; Mrs. M.A. Payne second -
Mrs. Speer presented a were third; and Rev.John Flynri1 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cham- The family requests no gifts vice-president; Mrs. Hazel -
short program w ,.aD4John Flynn Jr. were fourth pion of Starke. please. Pitch recording secretary;
Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton, trea- yb16 (-
sU8riand Mr. Hamilton. {
During the program Miss Rebecca -
McMillan, American Legion -
Oratorical contest winner,
gave a reading "I am Your
Constitution" Ralph Diggs,

Mother-Daughter r w LWi

Banquet Given
At Pine LevelThe

Ladles Bible Class of
the Pine Level Baptist Church
gave a mother-daughter ban-
1 quet last Thursday night In
the recreation building commemorating -
cool s ,
In the selectlon$899 owc Mother's Day.
Jr., jr. w o. The long U-shaped dining table
& '4 sizes aaq2 hyS r was centered with three 4
from. t 1 r I arrangements of red and white
+oo f 'r carnations. At each place set-
ting for the 100 guests attend- 4 +M tIf
ing were hand made program
books in the Mother's Day mo-

a tfOLtar tif. I
During the program Mrs.

., Straw Purses OUR $ 22 was Lloyd guest Meyer speaker.of Jacksonville A highlight J< l v A

Fine selection of P.V.C. .3,qj of the evening was a "ladles" rs A
SHIFTS straws In asst. styles. fashion show put on by the men P tY ,
of the church. t'1w

2 ;.p Summer fabrics In pretty
styles w/cap sleeves &
1 r sleeveless. Miss & 1/2 Junior Club
"rr sizes to choose from GIRLS To Have Awards

Banquet May 15 ,3ti' MI

$499Ch The Junior Woman's Club will ,
4 hold their annual Installationand
'/ from short sets, short, scoot awards banquet Saturday
.. y, skirts & tops In sizes 714. May 15, at 7 p.m. at the Holiday t
A + Mrs. A.N. Holllday, pastJun- ..
s lor Club president, will install
: the following officers for the .AtK

1371-73 club yean Mrs.
U-- 3 George Loper president; Mrs.
Linda Johns first vicepresident -
FOR ; Miss Johanna Fowlar, F. Ay
second vice-president; Mrs.
Roland Clericuzlo secretary;
Mrs. J.C. Dukes treasurer. ,{
All past presidents of the
1 Junior club are invited to attend -
LADIES BOYS-MENS the banquet.

DECK SHOES Jan Thomas Weds

Canvas uppers, long wearing soles & cushion Dr. Harold Houser
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Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thomas
; ', I I \ of Starke announce the
1 OUR m iREG. marriage of their daughter,Jan, Shop For Vegetables.
to Dr. Harold R. Houser, son of
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The ceremony: was performedon
ad I fl'l .* April 30 bythe Rev. Stewart
t .yM.reMLr', err
x pen taroThrvs. ftu .v :! McCord at the home of thebrlde's At First Federal Of Starke!
I a In the
,f : : parents presence
ili pew Fr l., Sot. fuIt of the immediate families ands
few close friends. -own,
''s up.e S.edey fferneene Youth-eo s-Mens BASKETBALL SHOES Mrs. Pam Floyd of Jackson- ='=;eaartr.'

'"!/I fi White or black In sizes 10V4-4.. YUle and Richard Chambers of cl:'_-.. kaaSAYINGS
l'/(yJ, 'Y 51i the State Farm were the cou $ 1 LOAN
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,li! trip Dr. and Mrs. Houser are Mrw.rr.r.rr.wis .
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Spring Concert

nato Set By BHS

Bandy Chorus

Misses Jean Mundy of Rock Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Moore Mrs. Corinne Alvarez Is a will cele- A Spring Concert Is sched-
Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Casey Mrs. F.F. uled Thursday May 27 by the
and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Davis !In the Alachua
Hill medical
S.C. and Paula Rogers ;patient brate her 85th birthday Friday.
and IOn who nave been !in Bradford High School band and
of Blackshear Ga. Mr.
of Mullins, S.C. spent last weekat General Hospital.
r 1, South America the put five and Mrs. W.C. Harvey of Atlanta chorus In a combined: effort
the Mundy cottage on Kings- Wainwright visitedMr.
are staying with his Mrs. J.R. The concert Is set at 8 p.m.
and Mr. and Mrs. Tom- Field
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shaw in
ley Lake. Gene
and Mrs T.L. and Mrs. BUS
parents, Mr. In the auditorium.
Johns of and
Macclenny weekend
my of Tampa spent the Tallahassee the first of the
Casey, temporarily. Mrs. W.B. Mundy and Mrs. families were Sunday guests with her son-in-law and daughter week. "It'll be something you won'tbe
Carl Sapp visited Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Rltch. Mr. and Mrs. George FlynnJr. "wasting your money to go
Mrs. Edna Hill of Pomona Mrs. Harvey remained with the to, says Bandmaster Dean
Calif Is vlsher' mother, Monroe Griffin at Jacksonville Rltchs this week while Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry God Cassels. The concert will display -
Mrs. Bertha Pearce, this week. Beach Sunday. Harvey is In California on bus- Mrs. Hoist Beall and son win and daughter, Barbara and the Bradford' High musical:
Mrs. Lola Johnson spent the program at Its finest, he says.
iness. Macon Ga. have spent the
of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathewsand
Mrs. Preston Guthrie under- weekend In Hlnesvllle, Ga. with
week with her mother,
of Maitland will past
went arm surgery In the Gainesville family Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Johnson. NURSERY SCIIOOLERS
and Mrs. Ben and with
last spend the weekend with Mr. Mr. Moxleyand Mrs. J.L. Gentry, '
Medical Center week. and Mrs. Carl Mathews Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray her father, Mr. Gentry, who ATTEND OUTING
John D. WarrenJr.of Gaines visited their sons, Benjle and Is a patient In Bradford Coun- What we ire welcoming Inat BOWEN FARM
and Jane Mark, at the Georgia Military ty Hospital. The
ville celebrated his second Ginger Baldwin the moment it a season nursery school students
at Crosby of Tlft College and Eve College at Mllledgevllle, Ga. of Mama Priest were Invited
birthday Sunday a family over the weekend and attended Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Truluckand which Is either spring or pretends last
at the home of lyn Sinclair 'of FSU were home week to the SR-16 farm
get-together the Mother's Day parade. Mrs. J. Me Key Truluck of to be.
his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. for the weekend. ; of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Bowen
Sanford were Thursday guests The oJJice/ grouch Joseph D. Warren, In Starke. Charles Parsons of Miami
Mrs. Bobby Welch and daugh- of Mrs. C.B. Terwlllegar Jr. 'to make a deal./ Ht won't colt The children rode ponies, saw
---1 i1gHJ.1' Mrs. W.F. Herlong of Salu- ter of Fort Walton Beach are visited Mr and Mrs. ClydeB. and attended the State Prison i( Junk matt iit won't call cows and chickens, and were
i da, N.C. Is spending several visiting her parents Dr. and Terwillcgar Jr. on Sunday. Flower Show. him occupant. served Ice cream and cake.

weeks with her son and family Mrs. O.L. Haynes Jr., this

Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams. week.

: twi.u Mrs.Miss Merle Madge MarcUs Middleton of Mel-and gins Mr.; son and, Billy Mrs.; and George daughter Hug-, SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL /

bourne left Friday for Seattle, Sandra, and Mr. and Mrs.Tom-
Wash to visit Mrs. Mardis' my Huggins attended the Jef
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. fords family reunion at Camp
and Mrs. Thomas Dribble. O'Leno near High Springs Sunday -

While enroute they visited Mr. \ SPECTACULARPEDESTAL I
and Mrs. John Miller in Wichita -
Falls Texas Saturday night Mrs. Edith Christensen of
I .. Mrs. MarcUs will remain in New Orleans is making an extended -
visit with Mrs. W.H.
Seattle for the summer and
Miss Mlddleton will return in Hart and Mrs. Ella Moody.
two weeks. Mrs. Dora Beasley of Gaines-
ville visited the family on Mon- \ SPECIALS!

Attending tile World Baptist day. ,
Fellowship meeting and graduation -
exercises at the Bible Mrs. Maude Strickland of
Baptist Seminary In Arlington, Wildwood Is visiting Mr. and
Texas this week are: Rev and Mrs. C.C. Clayton this week.
I Marilyn Sue Patterson Becomes Bride Mrs. John Strickland, Mr. and
Of Mr. Hart in Mrs. Vernle Thornton, Mrs. Mrs. Pearl Edwards had as /
Baptist CeremonyMiss J.G. Jackson, and ten teenagers out-of-town visitors Sunday Mr. Your $ yousa&'eekoice
Danny Ricks, Charlotteand and Mrs. C.E. Hernodon of
Marilyn Sue Pattersonand of cascading tiers of scallop- Barry WhItehead Marlon, Valdosta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Howard Hart repeated edged lace. She wore a headpiece Tie and Landa Thornton, Susan R.M. Herndon of Gainesville, -
nuptial vows Friday, A.prll of matchng lace and Faulkner, Johnny KInney, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Judd and 7-piece
30, at 8 p.m. In the Madi- pearls secured to a bouffant Nancy Thomas and Fawn Gas- family of Ocala; Miss Suzanne
"on Street Baptist) Church with veil of sheer Illusion. She car- sett. Judd of Jacksonville. M.I! Mi, self edge
Rev. Denton Sumrall with and Mrs. Franklin Bitch of
performing ried a prayer book, topped
the ceremony.The an orchid surrounded by yel- Mrs. J.G. Jackson Is visit- Gainesville.Mr. Compare AI set
bride Is the daughter of low roses and feathered car- Ing Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jacksonand
Mr. and Mrs. R.E. PattersonJr. nations.A family In Arlington, Texas and Mrs. Charles Fields
Qf Starke and the groom is reception was held In the this week. and sons of Jacksonville visIted $119.95
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis church annex where baskets of Mrs. J.H. Fields on Sunday -
Hart of Palatka. spring flowers In rainbow colors Miss Jayne Hardy of Atlanta Mrs. Fields also had as
The candlelight ceremony was were used. was home for the weekend. recent visitors Mr. and Mrs.
performed before an altar de- Miss Delia Rosenbertgreetedguests George Powell of Newton, N.C.
corated with fern trees at the door and presentedthem Mr. and Mrs. Vernle Thorn-
branched and spiral candela- to the receiving line composed ton are guests of Rev. and Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Dink-
bras and two large baskets of of the bride and groom, Mrs. Donald Ramsey In Mes- Ins of St. Petersburg spent
spring flowers In rainbow co- their parents and attendants. quite, Texas this week. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. M

lors.Mrs. Mrs. Ricky Curtis kept the C.L. Dlnklns. 7-piece m _
Hank Green organist, bride's book. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Law-
and Miss Carol Hardy, soloist, The bride's table was cov- son visited her ;parents, Mr. Mrs. William T. Whlsenhunt MODERN BRONZERECTANGULAR
presented a program of nup- ered with a handmade linen and Mrs. Don Blackwell In of Los Angeles, Calif spent b*
tial music. cloth centered with a three- Chadburn, N.C over the week- the weekend with her parents, 0'
Mr. Hart attended his son as tiered wedding cake decorated end. Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Epperson, double pedestal table, '
best and the after being in New York for
man ushers were with clusters of rainbow col-
Ricky Curtis, Bruce Boldonand ored florets. Flanking the cake Miss Claire Nell Townsendof a week at an IBM management woodgrain plastic top. .
John Galloway. were two three-branch silver Atlanta spent the weekend school. 36x48 extending to ,

Mrs. Wayne McLeod attendedthe candelabras holding white ta- with her ;parents, Mr. and Mrs. 60". Brilliant bronz- ,
bride as matron of honor pers. Mrs. John Bradley and H.W. Townsend, and with Mr. Among those attending the
and Miss Pam Perry was maid Mrs. John Harold Andrews cut and Mrs. AL. Crosby Jr. Folk Festival at White Springsover tone double pedestals.
of honor. Bridesmaids were the wedding cake. the weekend were: Mr. High-back, wipe-clean
Miss Delores Hart and Miss The punch tablewas covered Mrs. H.G. Merow of Tampa and Mrs. Bob Ferguson, Mrs.
Debra Prevatt. The attendantswore with a white linen, lace bor- was a Sunday visitor of her p.T. NoUn, Mrs. Oma Cotton, vinyl covered chairs.
Identical dotted swiss dered cloth decorated Mat a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mrs. R.O. Dansby. Mr. and
gowns featuring an empire waist garland of greenery and rain- and Mrs. Merrill Edwards. Mrs. Homer Stearns, and Mr. 599 J.
line and long sleeves with lace bow colored pompoms. Pre- and Mrs. Tullle Norman.
trim and stand up collar. Mrs. siding at the punch bowl were Mrs. R.E. Firth and daughter -
McLeod's gown was yellow Mrs. Dolph Reddish and Mrs. Mrs. A.B. Beattie of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. George Mor-
Miss Perry's gown was laven- C.E. Scott. Assisting In serving sonville, spent last week in rison, Mr. and Mrs.Ralph Mor-
dar. Miss HarVs gown was blue were Miss Pearle Wol- Whittier, N.C. They we re Joined rison, Mr.and Mrs.Virgil Mor-
and Miss Prevatt's gown was fred and Mrs. J.T. Prevatt. by Mr. Firth and Mrs. Beat- rison and Mr. and Mrs. Rupert
green. They wore matching Passing out rice bags were tie over the weekend. Morrison and families of Lees-
headpieces with bouffant veils Bobby Patterson, brother of burg visited Mr. and Mrs.Henry
and carried baskets of spring the bride, and Joann Hart, sis Mrs. Lamar Shaw and sons Morrison on Sunday.
flowers In rainbow colors. ter of the groom. visited her parents Mr. and 7-pleca
The bride, given In marriageby Following a wedding tjrtp to Mrs. Rube Beecher, in Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Reyes visited and t
her father, wore a gown of Daytona Beach and West Flor Ga. over the weekend. Mr.Shaw family of Jacksonville CONTEMPORARY
imported French clipped lace ida, the couple is residingat was In Atlanta and Birmingham Mrs. J.S. Sapp Sunday afternoon 1
in a rose medallion design, 1104 S. 15th street Palatka. on business. '- -a.a AVOCADO
worn poised over layers of The bride gradua ted from BUS + y
starched net and bridal taf and is attending St Johns River Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wallace Dr. and Mrs. M.J. Picker- v BOW-END double
feta. Her empire bodice was Junior College. She Is employedby of Keystone Heights and Mrs. ing and daughter, Priscilla, of pedestal table wood
enhanced by floral sprays of Bryan and Middleton Law Mildred Mack and son, Tom, Lakeland spent Mother's Day % 36x
and Mrs. L.N. plastic top.
with Mr. grain
embroidery made of seed firm In Palatka. of Lake City were Sunday visItors .i
pearls. The neckline was a The groom graduatd from of Mr. and Mrs. J.G. kering. 48, extending to 60"

1 mandarin collar and her full Palatka High School, attended Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb a 1971's top color tone
St. Johns River Junior Collegeand
, Bishop sleeves had wide em- spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. of Avocado carried
broidered cuffs. Her A-line is employed by Dwyer l Heat- Mrs. Ernestine Hooks of Seattle Weldon in Jacksonvilleand
in and Air-Conditioning Co. Wash visited her brother Jimmy
I skirt was trimmed In back in celebrated Mr. McComb's through trims frames
In Palatka. and sister-in-law, Mr.and Mrs.
circular train made
; a : chape birthday. and matching patternsof
Lester Crews, over the week-

Mr. and Mrs.Randy Johns and end. Mrs. George Oldham, James w deep-cushioned

BIRTHS. family and Mrs. Charles Darby Mr. and Mrs. G.S. Brown and Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. H. chairs
spent Sunday at St. Augustine.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles DInkIns L. Tolbert Mr. and Mrs. II.
Mr. and Mrs. Skippy Timo- attended the Scottish Rite dance T. Downing and Mrs. Ivan Nib- -
thy Crawford of Lawtey announce and Mrs. Jimmy Beel- at the Civic Auditorium Satur- lack of Lake City were Sunday S99
the birth of a daughter, er and son of Orange Park and day night guests of Mr. and Mrs. David
Susan Denise, on May 7 in Brad Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ritch Montgomery.
ford County Hospital. and daughter of Jacksonville Local admittances to Bradford -
visited their mother, Mrs. County Hospital this week Mrs. Bill Costello has returned -
Grace Rltch on Sunday. Include: Walter R. Edmondson home from Alachua Gen-
Ellis Mathis, Rohn Dale Ed- eral Hospital.
and Mrs. John Mussollne
Mrs. J.C. Hobbs and sister, mondson, James L. Gentry,
were in Miami over the week- Mrs. Leon Miller of Jackson- Mrs. Doris H. Stewart, Mrs.
end where attended the 7-piece
ville visited their mother, Mrs. Ellen Burrows, Mrs. Gladys
wedding of his brother Levltsky.Charles J.T. Adklns In Amerlcus, Ga. Hatcher, Betty Jo Grlffls, Mrs. MEDITERRANEANBLACK r 4
Mussollne, to Donna over the weekend. Helen Mable Mersereau, Miss New Location. .. {
Mary Lou Criffis, L.L. Quick, 1-
Starke; Mrs. Joan Durrance, GLOVER r =
Robert L. Brown and Mrs. Ru- OCTAGON shape. 4 -R.

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-- bers, Ralford. WIRING HEATING" 36x48, extending 60".
HAYES Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearnsof sophistication
Tavares visited Mr. and :Moved To 314 N. black metals with

Mrs. TullU Norman and Mr. Walirat 24 Hrs. matching patterned,

Donut & Sandwich ShopNEXT and Friday Mrs.to Monday.LeRoy Norman from Phone 9Glv835 vinyl covered cathe-

dral back chairs.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eldon Sappof
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Hurst-Green Grabs


Hold On First. Place I DL

In Men's Softball

Hurst Shell-Green's BBQ game ria the 10 run rule In 1/ r ,' I
won their eleventh game against the bottom of the sixth Inn-
only three' losses and with only Ing. "
one came remaining for themto
play In the first half they HURST-GREEN 8INDEPENDENTS .
are assured of no won finish 7 .A
than a He for first place :' 1 '
regardless of whether they win Hurst-Green maintained their( /7"
or lose the final first half hold on first place and assured r p G. E.
game. themselves of no less than a i J... ,.', ,
tie for the first half championship :.. '
Only team that could possl- by winning a squeaker :: ,., :
bly finish the first half with over the Independents 87. ... "" = FI1TER.FLOWASHERWash
as good a record as the league
leaders Is Williams Jewelry- Hurst-Green had led after _
Community; Bank. This team two innings 40. After four & SiIT .
Innings Hurst-Green led 5-2
presently has a won-lost record "
of eight wins and four then In the fifth Independents I
losses and they have three tied It at. five all and each Three Cycles
team scored once in the sixth M
garnet remaining so should they
and after seven innings the ThrWateLevelFilterFlo .
win all three' games, which _
score was still tied 6-6 forcing ..
means they have towhlpllurst-
Washing System
Into overtime
the game
Green, those two teams would
finish In a tie for first place. play.The Bleach Dispenser ,
Cunningham Gulf has been .
winners collected "
23 base ,
out of first place, but ;, ; ;'
closed raps to 12 for the losers. .. Soak Cycle ,if, (JJ
could possibly finish second or James Fender and Fred Wheeler ,,,':
tied for second: depending on the winners Extra
paced each goIng -
what the Jewelry-Bank team four-for-flve Paul Wheelerwas "
does. e Up to 16 Ibs. Capacity
ttiree-forfour. For the losers '
Williams JewelryCommunity Lamar Williams was three- ."4_ Heavy Duty V HP Motor
; Bank team must meet In for-four. David Bennett hit one Wash/TwdRinseTemperatures
the three games left First Baptist over the fence. Three
Church, Cunningham Gulf, In the top of the eighth Doug R Okl.| | Robin Pgrrlsh (left) and Raymond Cuesta Cold Water Wash and Rinse
and Hurst-Green. Cunningham Brown reached base on an error (right) knock heads o. spring practice goes Into Its second .

must play Williams Jewelry- the next batter filed out, ...,..k. ., Permanent Press Cycle with Cooldown
Community Bank, Andrews then Bill Adams hit one that Tub and Basket
Drugs, and First Baptist. got over the fielders head for Porcelain Enamel Top Lid,

The Gulf team, depending on an an 8-6 Inside lead.the park homer and Coke BPOE Unbalanced Load Control .
how they handle their oppon- ,
ents and the outcome of other The Independents threatenedIn
/gomes can finish second, thirdor the bottom of the eighth, Open With Wins '
In fourth place as the Independents but could manage only one run \
have only one more which was shy by one. Independents ONLY
loss than does the Gulf team. outhlt the winners 16- In Bantam LeagueCOCA $1'
The standings will not be definitely 11 and were lead by Johnny WASWER VYWA 64001.Don't .
decided until Monday, Grlffls and Steve Cox each go-
May 17. That's when Cunningham Ing three-for-four. Bill Adams
I Gulf will play Jewelry- was three-for-four for the win
Bank. The rained COLA & BPOE trailed only 5-4 alter four Inn- .
game was ners.
Coca Cola made It 7-4
out April 30. CHALK UP WINS IN Ings.
EXCITING BANTAM with two runs In the top of the
LEAGUE OPENERSThe fifth. Police made a mild threatIn .i
RESULTS THURSDAY, M\Y 6- 1971 Bantam Boys Baseball the final Inning, but scored Than T
ANDREWS DRUGS 21 Season opened Saturday, only one run and the final! score Settle For Less eBest'

W.J.C.B. May 8, at Pratt St. Ball Park was 7-5.
and the large crowd that was Coca Cola had seven base
In a real shocker and a big on hand witnessed two very hits and were paced by the '
loss for Williams Jewelry- exciting ball games. perfect day at the plate of The 'No.1 1 Name InAppliance7
Andrews Ken Aycox who went three-
Communlty; Bank, The first was decided by the ,
Drugs picked up Its third win SCHEDULE-( margin of two runs and the for-thrce and Mike Coleman
of the season against 10 losses second by one run In an extra was two-for-two. Richard Hall .
by upsetdngWtiilamsJewel- Thursday, May I 1J8 p.m., Inning affair. The first of tho and Tommy Meng each had one
ry-Communlty Bank 2111. Independents vs Andrews doubleheader matched Police hit. Chris Mosleywastheetart- Sales !

The lost was the first for Drugs. Dept against Coca Cola,a team ing and winning pitcher. .
the Jewelry-Bank team since Sunday, May 161:45: p.m., made up of Hampton boys The I
they lost the first three games First Baptist vs Cunningham Hampton younglters'enjoyed Police Dept. had only] two
of the season and then won Gulf; 3:15: p.m., Williams Jewelry their debut Into the Bantam base hits, one each by John
eight consecutive before An- vs Independents. League with a 7-5 win. Kllby and Jim Prevatt. Stu I
drews called a "halt to the Monday, May 17- 9 p.m.,Cunningham Coca Cola plated two runs Rayburn was the starting pit- __ Big, big capacity and
march." Gulf Williams Je- In the top of the first Inningon cher and was charged with the
welry-Community vs Bank. two base hits and a base loss. Dinky Kllby relieved Ray- .. Automatic Icemaker!/ ,. h
Bottom of the first the"thing" '
was p '
burn and did a Job allowing :
on balls. Police came up with good / i'
(for Andrews as they Wednesday, May 197:30 two hits In the bottom of the only two hits and two .... ] *RkX '. I
came up with 11 runs and the 17.6 cu. ft. No Frost Refrigerator '.
P.m., Wllflams"JewelryCommunlf.y' first to score one run and runs In four and two-third Inn-
amazing part Is all II runners Bank vs Hunt Shell- trailed 2-1 after one full Inn- Ings. with Automatic Icemaker
crossed plate after two outs Green Barbecue. leash' IHLalff-
Ing. Coca Cola scored threetimes
were recorded. Andrews load- Final of the doubleheadersaw j
In the top of the secondon
ed the bases up and then the two base on balls and three B.P.O.E. lead after one --- Ice bin stores IJ.9 Ih next two batters popped F 20. Then after two It
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but then eight base hits, sevenIn We reject the suggestion led 5-1. was 3-1 I, and then 52.
succession, followed and the tbat baseball originated In Police scored three times In In the top of the fifth, Dis- .tv* : Mobile Cold with separate tcmperatu t :
result was an 11-p lead. Andrews Engltnd. Why Its as Amerl the bottom of the fourth with- count narrowed the gap to 5-4, II controls for each section. :
was not satisfied throughand can a. chop siiey and plus out benefit of but B.P.O.E. made It 6-4 In .
a base hit andDon't .
added 10 more to end the their half of the Inning. Discount > I Four Adjusta-Ghelvt-s, 2 slide! out,

then tied the game at six I Covered! slide-out meat pan.
all In the top of the sixth
and held B.P.O.E., scoreless i To., V s- Twin vegetable bins, 2/3 bushel.
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Southern Discount came up Removable bins for 24 1 ;
with a threat In the top of the eggs.
ORTHO seventh getting the go ahead r'' t r Coil-free back. :
to third base, but the two
run Rolls out on wheels for easy cleaning
batters struck out..
Then the Elks Lodge team / 30%" wide and 66" high. :

IS THE MAGIC WORD who are the defending league Btt ='tt't GE colors or white :
champions, won it like this:
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n.P.O.E. was happy and the
Come Let Us Serve You Discount boys had dropped a "
heart breaker. B.P.O.E. tilt the 1-

With Ortho Products ball well collecting 12 base
hits. David Gaines was three-
for-four while single hits were
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Keith Kelly and Roger Mitzel

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10 Southern Discount collected :
57 I> eight hits and was led by Jackson "'- YOUR =
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each two-for-four. Eddie Ak-
rldge Jeff Jockel Jay Godwin, 30 OR 36 INCHES :'
BUD-TONE Plant Grass and gene Tanner each had one
hit. Jerry Blalock was the startIng -
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Now Wade Winkler, who was charged

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1 Monday, May 175 p.m.,Coke
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Tuesday, May IS5 p.m., ____ v=OIC "HU .
Southern Discount vs B.P.O.E. \ ____ .* CLOCK: AND TIMER
Wednesday, May 195 p.m;,
So. Discount vs Police $ '


I COKE 10-3
The two opening day winners
'A met each other and B.P.O.E. .
I Garden- Nursery hjjd: little difficulty; Tuesday
1T T night May 11, In pinning the :
.,.. first loss on Coca Cola team

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team In the league,

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pre I But Coach ProudThough ::1
Two weeks Into annual 20 Luther and Newham have size SCORES
day of spring football practice and good potential. Hammondand ARE THE THING
Tornado grldders "at this Norman are termed a little IN WOMEN'S SOFTBALLThe
state are definitely Improvedover non, John
they didn't score a Douglas and Mark
last year" lays Head 'light by Hurse with both progressing 1971 Women's Slow Pitch rett's 20-0 In a long lasting single point In the Cia..' A Crawford ran seventh overall
Coach David Ilurse. more nicely weight and could with a be little Softball League got underway two Inning game.NORMAN'S State Track Meet in Winter of the 16 schools In 2:00.5: to

A scrimmage under the lights big asset to the team. a Friday night. May 7, and plen- FARM 19 Park Saturday, Coach George set a new BUS record. The
is planned Friday night "if ty; of action was displayed KOCH'S DRUGS 8 Loper had nothing but praise BItS squad took four-tenths ota
everything works out all right," Battling for the linebacker Unfortunately In both games This ball game was rocking for his Bradford High runners."I second off their previous
Coach Hurse said posts are throb lettermen, Joey only one team the winners, along as a real close, exciting could not have asked nor record time but still weren't
Branson Gary Melvin and provided the action. The two game until the sixth Innlngcame expected more than our val- good enough to place In the
Thirty-four; players are participating Dennis Crawford, along with losers chased balls. along Monday and then BOOM. iant team gave. It was their state.
In spring drills now newcomers from the JV, Wayne The first game was completed Norman's had led the Wo- best effort," Loper says.Sev- Boca Ratnn won the Clan", ,,, A
since Lvy" Lennon has reported Lambus and Robin Perry. AU In five Innings via the ten men's League game from the eral boys came close, though. State Championship with 32
from track. He Is expected five have shown good Improve- run rule, and now dig this. first Inning having leads of points, Barton was a close second -
to be the fastest man on ment this spring and will see For the first time a 20 run 3-0, 4-1, and 5-4 before Koch's Senior John Douglas ran 9.9 with 31-1/2 points, Pen-
the team. Bernard Brown a action next season. Branson, 'damI rule was drawn up, meaning went ahead 8-5 and going Into In his trial heat of the 100- sacola Catholic was third with
cornerback and halfback, and' most experienced, will prob- that anytime there Is a difference the bottom of the sixth Koch'sled yard dash But that was fifth 27 points, Richards of Tallahassee
Byron Flowers, an end and ably be used a a defensive of 20 runs separating 8-7, but then it happened. and only four places went to was fourth with 24
safety; also are now out. middle guard and linebacker, the two teams the game Is !Norman's' exploded foreleven the finals. A 9.8 by Lattimoreof points, Arcadia DeSoto was
DeSoto County the 100
The 34 Include only one freshman Hurse says. I / automatically team having the ended 20 with the lilts, 12 runs and the game was and tied the Class; won A record, fifth with 22 points and Sun-
tackle Ronnie Allen, andhe's : run advantage called duo to the 10 run rule coast was sixth! with 18 points
Two boys with experience _ being declared the win so Douglas wasn't far out of
there because he has and Koch's took 19-8 .
a looking especially good at cor ner, and that, folks Is what a 101S.COLO.1iL the running. The state meet at Showalter
good chance to play ball nextseason nerback Flynn and happened In the Field In Winter Park
are gray second game Senior Tim Murphey, of was witnessed -
the coach points FLORIST 16 one
The grldders went back out to Malachi Henry, both lettermen. after only two Innings. Two\, BARRETT'S 1 the smallest high Jumpers at by 10,000 persons, the
Keith Tetstone and Billy.Big- of the four teams have got to the meet, went six feet but most to watch a high school
work Tuesday after taking Mon Levy Ouch! Rookie Corl Luther a reception from vt* make Colonial Florist trouncedBarrett's track in
ham, up from the B-squad. gets Improvements.GAME fell short of getting points. meet years. The facilities
day off for their annual spring Septic Tanks to the
cookout Coach eran Brad Carter of 16-1 In five and A leap of 6-2 would have at Showalter Field are
at Hurse's homeon tune innings
Lennon, sophomore who has "tops, equal to the University
RESULTS In Eileen Phillips placed, Loper said. Murphey ;
Klngsley Lake. doing so pitcher -
run several 10.2 100-yard dash of Florida," Coach Loper .
COLON\L: FLORIST 15 five hit has Jumped 6-2 twice during says."It
There are only four seniorsout pitched a Inning no
the coach points out, buta es this spring, will also be NORM\N'S FARM 5 game facing only 20 batters, the spring and would have had was felt to be the best
host of Juniors who Hurse given a shot at cornerback and Colonial florist surely got five over the minimum. to equal his best Jump ever state meet experienced yet,"
Is hoping will come through defensive safety.; Lennon Is expected 1 eaQ started In the right direction to place. Loper said
to be the fastest man
like the Juniors of 1965 who on the 1972 squad. Another boy, sSOUTHERN walloping their big league rivalNorman's The 880-yard relay team of "It Is truly remarkable how
won themselves a Class A state Cleveland Simmons, has been Farm 15-0 In five 'Fr,!R '. Tim Clark, 23,8; Vernon Barber much all the classes have Improved -
Innings and
championship ,moved to offensive fullback and only two limiting harmless Norman'sto scored four times In the bot- 22.8 Levy LeMon, 22.6, over one year." the
singles and John
"We're pleased with practice deferjslve cornerback and .Is tom of the first and two runs ninth Douglas, 21.2, ran coach added.
so far, but we've still gota progressing nicely,Hurse says, KOCH'S DRUGS 20 each In the second, third, and Hut their overall of 16 schools. "For our team, I'm extreme
long way to go" says Ilurse, Wayne Testone Is the lone BARRETT'S SEI>TlCETA\KSO!' fourth innings B.P.O.E. led the Bradford time!High 1:30.4:: school equaled ly proud. They did their best
who Is entering his 15th seasonas 1970 starter at defensive safety Koch's Drugs fielded a team 6-0 before Coke scored their record and are a credit to theli1 team
set the
a BHS football coach. who Is back. He Is now ham- DISCOUNT Practice sessions will begin primarily co-npsoed of young three runs In the third Inning the regional week before In school, and, most of all, to
Boys with playing experienceare pered by a pulled muscle. JV DOWNS POLICE 12-6 Monday May\ 17, 4 p.m., with girls (league rules call for a to make It 6-3, but that was qualifying meet. themselves
leading the way this spring, boys up and going all out for Southern Discount took advantage sessions to be held each Mon- minimum age of 16) and madea the end of Coke scores while The sprint medley relay team "We'll be back
Hurse says, as It should be. the spot are Steve Strickland, of shoddy fielding by the day and Wednesday strong: show trouncing Bar- I3.P.OIpadded their lead. of Vernon Barber, Levy Len- er next year" even strong
Some players out for the first Stan Reddish, Eddie Hazen, and Police Dept team to rap the
time are also showing .rapid Jackie Marr. Police 12-6 Monday In Little ,
Improvement t At mlddleguard last week, League play.

Strongest position at the beginning David McCutchen looked good, Andy Crews was the winning
of spring was offensive the coach said. Bobby Dyal pitcher going all the way and
guard, but Hurse points has been 111 and Stanley Crawford allowing only four base hits,
out that position has been rapidly who has been absent because walked five, hit two batters,
depleted and some experienced of Illness In his family and struck out three.
players moved to tac- are also playing note Eddie Akrldege led Discount

kle. t .J guard. hitters going two-for-two. Col-
Defensive end is' a position Hurse points out that BHS lecting one hit each was Gene
with good experience, Hurse coaches feel now they can place Tanner, Jackson Prevatt, and
11 the field, Police had four
with Lettermen Farelon good players on Andy Crews.
says Charles but that depth Is lacking after hits one each by John and Dinky
McClellan. Wright,
stripping strong positions to Jim Prevatt and Lew
Randy Gasklns, and Brad Car- Kilby, ,
fill holes. What coaches will
ter back and looking good so
far. Expected to Improve with be looking for this spring are John Kilby was the starting
players to come through and with
Bennett pitcher and was charged
experience are Ricky ,
provide that depth and, John four
to the perhaps the loss. gave up
a newcomer grid squad,
take over some starting hits, walked five and struck
and Greg Reddish, up from
spot. out tour, pitching well enoughto
the Junior varsity; Bennett Is
I our now with a badly cut foot, (Editor's Note: Next week win but too many errors
but is expected to be back Coach Hurse will give a run were committed.
I soon and to help the team a down on the offensive situa
lot, Hurse says. tion.) PONY LEAGUETO

At defensive tackle now are ORGANIZE
Ronnie,'Allen, the freshman; ''The' little boy woo wets to
Carl Luther,, Stanley Hammond, grow up to bOIl president Pony League registration Is Yc
Wayne Norman, and David New- thivk he li well on his way. now underway for boys ages SFord
ham, all up from the JV squad Already, nobody believes anything at Of the Recreation Department
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School Bids Nixed Pris n... CircuitCourt. Guardsmen Battle Adams

(From Pogo 1)) ... Real Blaze Monday Lauds

Acting on recommendation of "Utterly redlculous" was ministrative staff to accept) the From Pag 1))
Architect Don Morgan the Chairman Rodney Hall's term lowest or best bid. "There's going to be some ( -
Bradford School Board has rejected for the high bids lie recom- her who think. we're mighty; charged with two counts, two Thirty-five hundred men and support of the Guard In the GuardWar
mended the board take furniture -uKayed payment of $38,020to damn slow; but he pleaded
as too high all bids days apart, of resisting arrest officers of the Florida National Legislature.
on the proposed special educa- out of the Items Included Forrest Hills Building Co. for patience. with violence. The affidavits Guard passed in review before The $1.6 million request represents
tion addition to the middle In the special education on Phase. 3 of the vo-tech cen- The goal, he Hid Is to obtain were signed by Bradford Deputy LC Cov. Tom Adams at Camp an increase of$100,000
school. building bid when It Is bid ter and $42,817 to Brown Construction Immediate reinstatementof ; Sheriff John Dempsey on Blanding last Saturday over the amount previously bud games turned Into the
$90,000 In state special funds again. There Is no use In pay- the ten suspended men Including Feb. 26 and Feb. 28. Ing and heard themselves morn-laud- geted. Included are funds for real thing at Camp Blandlng
is available to the board for ing architect's fees on such Co. for work on the Assistant Superintendent ed "the continued Improvement of the when a real fire broke out
the proposed 46,500 square foot items as electric range., Hall new building at BUS, both on Robert V. Turner, MaJ. -Thomas Joseph Crum 22, must as be doing done things that landing facilities, which became and guardsmen had to aban-
Don Morgan recom- Curtis McKenzie charged with breaking and to keep our nation don their drills and battle
building. But the lowest submitted said. Architect and Capt. entering and Important six years ago the
was by Trle.tCon.truc- In other action, the school mendation. Casey said the high Kenneth Johns. and grand larceny. He strong maintain an when Adjutant General HenryW. blaze.
tion of Keystone Heights and board: school addition will be substantially la charged with breaking Intoa orderly society McMillan conceived the Idea For the better part of an
came In at $104,724 or $22.55 -Set a special meeting at complete within two Askew issued the suspension house trailer owned by Frank Adams also encouraged the of having the post ren- hour Monday the citizen soldiers -
per square foot. 7:30: p.m. next Tuesday, May weeks. order after a report that undue Wllllford and the theft of a Legislature to approve the $1.6 ovated as a major training site In summer training fought
The'.pedal 11, to consider principal's recommendation harshness had been usedto TV set from It last Nov. 30 million appropriation asked by for the state's militia Instead woods fires apparently Ignitedby
education funds of reappointment -Approved assignment! of 44 bring prisoners back under on a complaint signed by Deputy the State Board for continued of sending them to out-of-stato smoke grenades used In the
ere available to the
a No plans county made; for of all annual contract per- BUS students totakeadultcour- control during the February ; Sheriff Robert Green. maintenance of the Guard at posts for the annual summer war games.
year. were sonnel. ses at the vo-tech: center at disturbances.The Kitchen
its "present high state encampment equipment, an undetermined
Tuesday rebid the addition -James Marion Norton, 20,
-Opened bids on vocational night, as required by state law with The Guardsmen, who have number of M16 rifles
equipment In 10 categories and when the students are not a- Florida charged State escape Prison from on affi-the Also In the reviewing stand been at Blending since May 2, mess gear, a large trailer -
turned them over to the ad- dul ta. J. Edward office Austin of State of Jackson-Attorney davit by Officer Ronnie K.Grlffls was Rep. Gene Shaw, of Starke will begin breaking camp this and 10 squad tents were
FLORIDATHEATRE signed Apring 12. speaker pro tern of the (House weekend to return to their home destroyed.The .
ville, moved Into
,,- ---j.; prison of Representatives,who pledged bases. Incident brought a halt
Monday to begin a new Inves- Warrants were Issued for the to the use of riot gas and
tigation of the complex situ arrest of five persons who were -- -- -- smoke bombs by 3,200 guards-
301 DRIVE-IN ation. The first of more than not presented Monday In court, men winding up a two-week
200 witnesses who are expec- as ordered. They are: Fair. : SomethingI i encampment this week.
ted to be heard were questioned -Bobby Jean Martin, 31, I Capt. Carl Terry of Tampa
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Show Begins At Sundown Tuesday In Austin's charged with desertion of minor I Besides Lights had just moved Company A of
Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 headquarters In a mobile home children on a Feb. 19 affidavit (From Page 1)) I the 53rd Support Battalion intoa

Adults -18 Years Up Adm. $1.25 parked main gate."Nobody across. from the prison signed by Deputy Sheriff I Awaiting advice from its att t bivouac when a mock enemy
Fri., Sat., Sun. Robert! Green the school board has tossed smoke grenades Into the
Friday, Saturday May 14, 15 rice Edwards, Bob Gentilman, I torney tabled action on a $2,400 bill area. Several small fires e-
May 14 15 16 _. said anything about -Robert Rancllllo, 41, and Lucile Godwin, Z.W. Hamilton, the City of Starke for rupted.
.....,,-, ... -- --- their rights" when prison 36 with Paul Ilutchins, Lola I"rom I Soldiers were stamping
fei pti EUvn( pnmiU' An Ana Emb..,Film "' Teddy Pierce, charged S.R. HIcks riot duty; at the recent racial out
Double Feature MUIMxNIxMJ0 y guardsprevious severely beaten escape from the Florida State Johnson, W.E. Lawson, Curtiss I disturbances at Bradford High the fires when a helicopter
NAJMATtfl --l revolt by Inmates Prison last Oct. 29. Marlowe, Eunice Moncrlef E. I flew over and, as part of the
Students & Adults $1.00 C.C.Kyd Jackson said bitterly, -JImmie R. Simmons and Solomon M. Prevatt, Mrs. Gene Ray- ( School."An much Iteht bill as we I training exercise, tossed out
ANN.MARGAn/ adding that the guards didn't tlamm, charged with escape burn, Bryant Reddish, George riot gas.
feel the schools should
Child 50c .. <(, I
hil gidC.AH. r go running out to demand them. from the Florida State Roberts, Dave Shuford, Elzle ( be entiI tled to that" said Board I When the soldiers ran to get
"There's not a damn soul Prison last Oct. 29. Sanders, Foster Shi Smith, and Member H.A. Lawson. gas masks, the fire raced out
COMPtAJfIYI Ernest Trlest. I this time we needed I of control In the dry woods of
I backing us up, from the top "Maybe
-Nelson Coleman, charged the 7,200-acre military reser-
e .e. I something besides lights,
of the Division of Corrections
I with escape and the theft of George Huggins presided Goodman vation.
T Seeber
w on down," one offlcerdeclared. a truck from the Florida State Tuesday in the absence of FA Board Member The 153rd Engineers from
"We've been sold down the President Frank Williams who I commented. ,
Prison on Jan. 4. William Ed- Lake City; brought their bulldozers -
river." Is at civil defense --- ---- .
nWHIN mond Marshall, another Inmate away a school. into action. They were :
.. ".w.ur.w w... Chasteen challenged this remark is charged In the same General Manager John Myers Joined by the Florida Forestry
iv.r.aa I saying! "There are people case but was not present in gave a brief report on the Remember In exhibition Service and guardsmen from
fRJC2 4I L In high positions of state court because Is Is a patient 1971 fair He said dates for the oaieball it doem't .make any Miami's 1st Battalion 124th Infantry -
government who are con- In the prison hospital. 1972 fair have been set for difference whether you win or as well as the Tampa
cerned. April 5-8. lose especially if you/ lost. unit in extinguishing the flames'
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Flue-Cured a Another Increase In Most BHS Band To be born a gentleman is .

'Tobacco Vole 4 an accident, but to die one is
Postage Rates Due SundayIncreases an achlevement.-Fred W.
Due Gets C + Grown Citizen., The Bergen (N. J.)

In most postage exchange such envelopes at the
Flue-cured tobacco "grow rates will become effective Sun- post office and will be allowed In State There are more wisecrackers -
ers will be given a chance to 4
day, May 16 as the new U.S.
postage value on the envelopes than smart cookies.-
decide if they want a Flue-
Postal Service starts its task
exchanged. Lee R. Call, Star Valley
Cured Tobacco Marketing Or-
24. A of achieving self-sufficiency as Persons or firms desiring a ContestBradford (Wyo.) Independent.
der on May referendumwill
required by the Postal Reorganization
complete list of the new rates
be conducted by mall and Act, Postmaster T. should contact their local post
completed ballots must be C. Hazen, Jr. announced
postmarked by midnight, Wed terday. office for Information, Ha- Ira High band member
nesday, June 2. zen said. received a C plus in the Statt
The new rates will Increase
Band Contest In Panama Cltj
first class letter rates from
Doyle Conner, Commissioner 6C! to 8e of Agriculture and, Consumer letter rates from 10 to 11 centsan Car i. -V over the grade of C they received
Services, the the previous year.
says proposed ounce. Postcards will Increase -- -
marketing order would allow from SC! to 6C! each, Into Tree, Vo-Tech Students "We Improved a Uttle bit
the formation of a nine-man
and airmail will
postcards go "
last year, Is the way
advisory Council with nine al- from 8tf! to 9C! each. Driver OK Dean Cassels puts
ternates. The council will be In addition to Increases In Trouble
formed with not more than one first class rates, second and Shooting It.
"We anticipate a B next yearif Ask
member and one alternate from third class mall will also go
any one county.; up on May 16, Hazen said. Richard Alton Braswell, a Robert Chesser and Dwayne area In which our seventh and eighth grad- Fit
permitted to partici Physically
No changes will be made In 24-year-old sailor from San Van Zant, both seniors at Brad students find Charley
Conner said another provision the rates for parcel post,whichIs Francisco, escaped serious In- ford High School: will demonstrate malfunctions Nationsls"a.pate.
of (lie marketing order the orlncloal cnmnmwnt of. Jury Saturday morning as his their automobile know- den In new The BUS band Is gradually Pretty Diane Crews, above, E.
would be a mudmum fourth class mall. Initial Increases 1970 Buick crashed Into a tree how In the Plymouth TroubleShooting Ability; to coming along, Cassels says, is a 1971 winner of the Presi- a
of $2 assessment -* will be made In the off of SR18.According. Contest Friday May car to normal "steadily, not rapidly." dent's Physical Fitness Award.A JohnaAbort
per acre. This, he "book rate" which is within \ to the Florida 14, In Orlando. counts as 70 per Bands compete against a mus- fifth grader at Southstde
said, would be used for mar the framework of fourth class Highway Patrol, Braswell was Chesser, 18, son of Mr. and score. There ical standard in the state con- Elementary, the daughter of
I ket research and developemnt.The mall. traveling east on SB-16 at 65 Mrs. Robert Allen Chesser ten examination test. Some 60 bands participateover Mr. and Mrs. Doyle E. Crewsof This QtMMlOB!
Commissioner said additional mpt, when he lost control of and VanZant 17, son of Mr. as 30 percent of the state In two districts, Starke scored higher than
Information can be ob- The new rate also make chan his vehicle and It left the road and Mrs. Carl J. VanZant, are The winning the Northern and Southern Dis 85 per cent of all other 11- "New package policies are
tained from the local county; ges In other postage rate categories and struck a tree 1.8 miles both In their second year of some 100 other tricts. The same four Judges year-olds In the United States appearing for offices, retailers
extension director, the Flor- and special service fees, outside of Starke. Auto Mechanics at the Brad- receives an preside over both parts of the to win. The award is basedon and wholesalers.
ida Farm Bureau or Foster such as special delivery and Braswell was charged with ford Union Area Vocational trip to contest. scores on seven athletic They combine theft, public:
Heseltlne In the Division of registered mall. failure to have vehicle under Technical Center. National One Judge gave BHS a B rat- events which test endurance,
Marketing, Mayo Building,Tal Hazen further announced that control. The trouble shooting contestIs nals will be Ing, the other three gave BUS strength, speed, agility; and liability and a great num
lahassee. supplies of 1C! and 2(! stampsare Damage to his 1970 Buick an annual event sponsoredby and 16.This. a C. But the B was enoughto coordination, according to phy- ber of optional coverages
on hand so that patrons was put at $1,000. Plymouth dealers of this year raise the grade to a C sical education instructor with broad fire coverage
A self-addressed envelopeand may make the necessary additions scholarships plus. The one Judge's rating Dewey McKlnney. at a 10 per cent to 201 F er
a copy of the proposed mar- to any postage stamps First place encouraged the band members, The events are the 600 yard cent premium saving: Doe
' ketng order will be Included In they might have on hand. $791,000 Spent AnnuallyFor tional Finals In Cassels says.Sophomore. run, the Softball throw stand- the Charley E. Johns Ai
the referendum packet being Patrons who do not wish to high school twirler Sandy Ing broad Jump 40-yard shuttle
sent to add postage to envelopes having in Bradfordrate school each Morgan received an excellent run, two minutes of sl gency invite business
growers. -an embossed stamp may Cigarettes $5 000 In rating, the second highest pos ups, the flexible are hand, and firms to consult about
than $ sible, in a baton solo. She was the 50-yard dash. these new package policies -
How many residents of Brad- of consumption In this scholarships, the only individual BHS band Diane received a certificateand ?
ford County; reacted In the age group, nationally, was 202 tools, member to compete. was recognized Tuesday
past year to the nationwide packs. In the South Atlantic transmissions Forty-seven; students and 18 night at the Southside parents-
NOTICETHIS campaign aimed at reducing States, It was 218. mobile chaperones, counting all adults teacher meeting. Charley E.
cigarette smoking! Women appear to have a peting schools present, attended the contest
How much are they smoking, harder time giving up cigarettesthan cording to John Friday and Saturday. The group "I.! JOHNS AGENCY
IS TO ADVISE THAT I WILL compared with people In other men do. Among the reasons National stayed on the beach Friday : :((;;) -
? advanced for this ; 'lt.Q. "4'
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NO LONGER BE SELLING EGGS On the basis of new statistics are the feeling among women LLaaet year's time" swimming and in the \
ON U.S. 301 NORTH- BUT although many men and that they are less likely to get Vo-Tech amusement park. "; 9yQ "Ibis/ ; ] Phone 9646070Erirj
women have Joined the "I quit" lung cancer or heart disease cal contest The band performed at 10:30 .
ranks, most of them are elderly than men are and that they compete In the a.m. Saturday. <." .
Dowling ProduceU. people and those who had been might gain weight If they
light smokers. The heavy smokers stopped.
on the other hand, have Even though the cost of
S. 301 SOUTH stepped up their consumption smoking has been rising, due to
somewhat.: the higher taxes Imposed on
WILL BE ,HANDLING OUR EGGS AT According to preliminary data cigarettes by many states and carterPaints
covering the country as a whole, local communities, It has had f )
THE SAME PRICES released by the Department of little effect on sales. Americans -
Agriculture, for the first time are spending more than
PEE WEES 5 DOZ. In four years there has beenan ever before, over $10 billiona
I Increase In per-capita smok- year, In that direction.In .
ing. Consumption by adults rose Bradford County; the over- _
MEDIUMLARGE 3 DOZ. by nearly two packs per smoker all outlay las year was and
$1 In 1970 it reports. approximately $791,000, or a-
2Yz DCZ. The trend was not uniform bout$87 per smoker. Decorative
i however. Figures obtained from Products
the Tobacco Tax Council, an
," JUMBOS 2 DOZ. Industry source, point to Increases It's a wo.fMl;
in 18 states and no

I APPRECIATE YOUR PAST PATRONAGEAND others.In changes. or decreases in the _/ Rolls Back

Bradford County, accord-
KNOW YOU WILL..BE. WELL SERVED AT Ing to.a breakdown of its figures PricesY
DOWLINGS. approximately 1,805,000
packs of cigarettes were sold
Gentleman Egg Farm in the past fiscal year. By Martha Sue McCain
This was at the rate of 198 County Extension Y

WHITE TRUCK packs for every local resident Home Economics Agent Roll-on Paints
over the age of 18. on
CHRISTINE GENTLEMAN It was less than in some
parts of th e country and more FOOD CARE VITALIN S f
than In others. The average SUMMERTIME -

"Summertime..and the living ?
is easy." It is the time for DURABLE EXTERIOR-
picnics and fun..but not so much <::
Account yl fun if your food is spoiled.
AChecking can save Harmful bacteria enjoy your r"n-=:-: LATEX HOUSE PAINT

all kinds of time. Open yours tocla i iw food poisoning as much bacteria as you thrive do. Food and '" "",, Ca..n.'ttr.. r THAT'S APPLIED WITH A ROLLER OR BRUSH loft,

develop rapidly In temperatures ;
\ : between 60 and 120 F. It Is Latex for Wood, Masonry, Metal.
to know that food '
be hazardous without with soap and water.
can any
:" ; off-odors or off-flavors. Playit : s,
0 ." I safe and learn the rules for hiAcrylic i'1
-1 S4
safe eating. 11 99Now 99
Foods that are most likelyto :
be offenders are: Creamedpie __ Only 3
fillings, cream puffs, :
creamed dishes, custards, }r' Iq3! HOOD tIn AYO I S1.!u gal.
D. ; "j
: <: ;& creamed: salad dressings,poultry '-. '%
ham, fish, potato salad,
ggV> tuna salad etc. Be sure you

-* : .. '*>/-O'-i'+. have the facilities to keep
these foods cold If you are
going to use them when the SPECIAL FORMULA
weather is warm.

Be sure that food"is prepared(! ODORLESS INTERIOR
under clean conditions and away
ai from animals and Insects.
x Carry sandwiches in coolers WALL PAINTRollson
.( and keep them refrigerated until -
j,.>"<. ..;". eating time. easily for beautiful

"iif". Refrigerate left-over food flat finish. Wide color selection.
as soon aspoB8lbleaftel'ea #
I; Remember If In doubt..throw OL-LAT Acrylic Latex Easy clean up.
It out. Play It safe In the summertime I
and eliminate food ha-
f.: zards. L. v?art REG. $489 Now
"r" ail Bulletins available for your 49
considerations "Save Foods In ; I Per Gallon only

Your Refrigerator, Home Careof "" "" *" per gal.REDWOOD
Purchased Foods etc. e..i. X v
-"fir;Good MouMkMping
With cooking, shopping, laundry, kids-your time is precious. So why 3 level quarts fresh prepared
waste it running around paying bills. Save time and legwork. Write a strawberries 1 cup water 9

check and drop your payment In the mail. Open a time-saving cups Wash sugar.and hull strawberries STAIN ANTIQUING AND

Checking Account today. There's no better way to beat the clock. before measuring. Combine sugar Oil base stain preserves and
and water; heat until sugar beautifies' alt wood surfaces j

On long trips or short,carryThe Rescue Money.. boll,Is add dissolved.strawberries Bring to and a Reg. $3.89 $'->* 4Q WOOD GRAINING

American Express ,I .. boll IS minutes. Start timing GalOn/y KITSASPHALT
when rolling boll begins. Do
Travelers Cheques : "'!' __' stir but shake kettle and
not ,
I'I '"fM.w-' ALUMINUM Vz pint base; 2 oz. Glaze. '
skim. Pour Into flat pans or ; Will /
__w.-- finish an average
trays and shake occasionallyuntil ,
Asbestos fibered for all types al
cold. Allow to stand 12 roofs. Ideal for mobile homes. p y dresser or chair Only / 4
If lost or stolen, you get your money back- and your,:, tripIs to 24 hours. Bring preserves $4.49 j Reg. $
rescued. Spendable everywhere. Cost-only 1 e per dollar. to a rolling boll. Pack Into Reg. Each499
clean pint Jars, leaving 1/2 Galonly$399 u
Inch headspace. Wipe Jar
mouths and adjust lids. Process
In boiling water-bath can-
ner 10 lI1 IuteS. Store in dark
fading.place 'to keep berries from Mary Carter Paints

: AT STARKE Note: The shaking is the
secret of success. It causes 102 E. Brownlee St. Phone 961-7025
berries to absorb the syrup
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and remain plump and hole.
It Is best to shake the mix-

One,of 30 Bank- of the Florida National Group ture cooking all and the occasionally time while while It Is

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DOOR PRIZES Invites You To Oar Annual Dinner W.B// e

Served From


We Also/ Have

Donation $1.5OSaturday With All The Trimmings Take Out Boxes .

May 15th Starke Elementary CafeteriaThe I

Members of the Starke Shrine Club thanks those listed below for their cooperation, and urge everyone to give them as much I

of your business as possible. I I

Starke Starke Starke Lawtey Lake Butler

Community State Bank Florida Bank At Starke Life of Georgia Desert Isle Motel & Restaurant Andrews Drugs Inc.

-- Member F. D. I. C. Member F. D. I. C. Julian 'E. McRael Trails Motel & Restaurant C. F. Miles Market

Charley E. Johns Ins., Inc. First Federal Savings & Loan Lewis Timber Co. Inc. Massey's Gulf StationJ. Spires Store
Independent Life Ins. Co.: Maurice Edwards Jr. L. J. Kite PulpwoooTcVtimber L. Water's Grocery Parrish Food Store I

Van H.Priest 5 & 10 Zedra Hamilton Bonnie's Hair Stylist International Fertilizers Sistrunk's Dry Cleaners

Bradford County Telegraph Ralph Bryant 301 South Lawtey Skating Rink Coastal Oil Co. I

Koch Drug Store Gene LongP. Amason Septic Tank & Barber Shop Uniroyal Tires I

Suwannee Store D. Reddish Holiday Inn of Starke Shuford's "66" Service Center Jim's Bargain Center !
Andrew's Drug Store Denmark Furniture David Lawson Paint _Carter's_ _Radio & T. V. Service John Whitehead Sheriff .
Terwillegar Ford Doyle The Cleaner and Body Shop Priest Standard Service Rivers Hardware And
Florida Light & Power Co. Furniture
Starke Building Supply Co. Western Auto Keystone Heights CompanyRobert's
Winn Dixie
Standard Service
Mary Carter PaintJackson' Bullington Studio -- n GnSfua ------ Congratulations To Starke Shrine Club _
for the fine work they are doing. Club 100
Building Supply William's -
Clay Electric
Vogue Manufacturing Co. Lyman Greene BarbecueStarke
Sam Griffis Gro. Bradford Abstract Co. -
Maitland Whitehead, BLDR. Triest Construction Lake Butler. & Gainesville
Biggs Body & Radiator Shop Bradford Barber Shop Steve Whitehead, BLDR.J. Cunningham's Gulf Service Douglass TV & Appliances
Wm. Silcox Standard Oil Agent Lelia's Dress. Shop
--- & J. Roofing Henderson Service CenterS. Howard Auto Parts _

Parts Service Co. Florida Pest Control Thomas L. Casey .E.McKay Realtors& App. Joe Shaw Wrecker Service_

Faulkner's Gulf& U Haul Stump's Dept. Store Starling's Farm Supplies Belote Drug Store Farmers and Dealers Bank_

Lacy Conway Amer. Ser. Sta. Mitchell's Drug Store Plaza Lodge Keystone Print Shop Cargo Gasoline Company

Hurst Shell Station Gem Jewelers Thomas Metals Inc.
Scott's Mobile HomesA. Ducky's Department Store ,

Sid Shuford Std. Sta. Badcock Furniture J. Thomas, RealtorJ. I Keystone State ank GainesvillePalm
-Bradford-Co. Hospital Member F. D.I.C.
Denny Concrete Product Co.
Medical Staff E. Hardy Auto Sales Lane
Sleepyi-loow)) Motel Merrill Edwards City Clerk Buddy Thompson's Garage I Keystone Cleaners Williams Neon Sign Co.

City of Starke Natural Gas Fish Market R. T Lovorn Reg. Realtor.: -Pepsi Cola; of-Gainesville i
Baldwin Chevrolet& Old City Mallards 5&10 StOl'eWard' : : ___,
Smitty's Barbershopand A Friend Brock's Gulf Service McCoy Building Supply Center
Rosha's Salon Merritt Williams Water's "Enco" Barber Shop Latimer Tire Co.

Bill Reddish Grocery Store Louden's Beauty Shop Jeneva M. Flynn Mannings Auto&Hardware Add Office Equipment

Keith's Beauty Shop Mutual Lumber Co. Gilbert S. "Gib" Brown Food Town GroceryT. Florida Motor&Equipment Co.

Noegel's 301 Restaurant Wells Appliance Sales&ServiceB Glamoree Hair Stylist V. Service Dixie Linen We Rent Linens: .. -
Farmer's Mutual Exchange & G Truck Stop Restaurant 1211 Bradford Street Leonard's Outboard Shop -
Eli Witt Cigar & Candy Dist.Couch's .
Kentucky Fried ChickenS Stuckey's Pecan Shop Lex Green The Paladin Restaurant Inc. I

S Noegel's Auto Sales- Longchamp Homes Morgan's Barber and Penny
Central Paint Stores Inc.
Tastee Freez Drive In John A. Torode Shell Dist. Beauty Shop Burton's Sales & Service I

Temple Motel George W.Brown Refrigeration Noegel's Minit MarketCooper' Lake Geneva Mobile Homes Ridgeway Motors
Jeep & Rambler Dealer
Garden Restaurant Jimmy, Bowen's WashateriaJ. Nursery Keystone Heights Insurance Inc. Gainesville Marine

Starke Motor Court R. Kelly And Landscaping Keystone Cargo Gas Station"Joe Gainesville Auto Dealers Assn..
Davis Grocery Lee's Fish Market SandersCarroll's Knapp Sonny's Fat Boy Barbecue

Libby's Sales & Service I Herb Thomas Redfearn Appliances Refrigeration Service Co.
Clothing & Shoe Store
Durrance Pump Co. Theron A.Yawn Watson's Food Store Cox Furniture Co.
Cash & Carry Tires
Town Finance Houston's Gulf Station Kim's Shell Service Brooker
Longhorn Restaurant
Doyle E. Conner Ins. Agency Bill Edwards "66" Ser.Sta Northern Propane Brooker Supermarket
Johnnie Blaine Thompson ..
Draw Tite-Hoover Ball New Method Cleaners Slim's Fish'n' Stuff Haye's Grocery -
George Roberts Insurance Co. .
& Bearing Company Jerome John's Oil Co. -
Dairy Dasher
421 W. Madison St. Hampton
Devrick Inc. Register Oil Co. Roger's House of UpholsteringPat H & V Motors
Wholesale Auto Supplies Hampton General StoreJ.
New Kingsley Beach
Thornton's Standard Station Roy W. Tyre Bldar. Contr.
Builders Hardware & Supply Strickland's ndinaHamilton' DePoe's Gulf Service WaldoDonaldsonOglesby & H. Electric Co.
Johnson's Farm Supply Concrete 24 Hr. Service Ph. 468-1083
Products Father Fred YerkesA.

Volley Starling's GroceryColeman' Ea&le-Devane's Dept.Store E. McKinney, Jr. Supermarket Green Cove Springs
.Cabinet Shop
Dewitt C. Jones Slade Gas Honorable George Patten Waldo Sundries Bank of Green Cove Springs

Colonial Florist Stan's Bootery Fred Barker-Sears Merchant Basingers Orange Shop Gustafson's Dairy

Edward's Grocery George H. Pierce _Gay's Appliances Schenck's Corner RaifordDobb's
Crawford's Tenneco Station To-Rena Motel Orchard Motel "66" Station
Branding Iron Restaurant
Starke Texaco StationL. Joe's Saw Shop S. (Maurice Dobbs)
Betty A Felix Sullivan Begg's Gulf Station
Strout Realty B. "Red" Alvarez Std. Sta. Owen Joist of Fla. Inc. Bobby's Hide-A-Way Hi-Lo Store

Mary D. DrowaPiDehu..t Goodman's Service Station Dann '. Photography Stalling' Corner Poor Boy's GroceryJ.

Grocery Eddies "66" Station A Noble Tom Stalling D; Griffis Grocery

Hardy'Salvage Yard Bush's Gulf Service Station Bradford Furniture Corp. Jenkins Orange Shop

New Englander Motel Flah Bait A Tackle Beggs Gulf Station Graham

H.C.Wall Incorporated Thomas B. P. StationEd Florida Computer System Co.P. .
fancy's Flowers Wainwright Ins. Agency O. Box 44 Winter Park, Fla. St. Augustine Starling's Land Clearing

Bill Powell Insurance Dixie PoultryBBBSBBBBBSBBBSBBIBBBBMBlHi Winter Florida PtrV.Gas Fls. Foremost Dairies, Inc. Ellington's Grocery & Gas
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A record number of thirty- Joyce Farabee Laurie Ellen satisfactory grades In citizen THEY'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER Tr. .
five students have made the George Eollne Green Dwight ship. .
honor roll for the third nine Cecil Mewett Lynn Moxley, THEIR GRADUATION GIFT .
weeks( grading' period. Lynn Pierce, Lisa Ekard. and SPELLING CHAMP '
Team 5 led the other team Briar Patsy" Team 1; Emmett Sonia Biggs, seventh grade iiI't FROMWILLIAMS
with eighteen student on the Bright, William Hogan Smith honor student at BMS and county ,.r
honor roll list. These student Darcla Wells Leonard Kenneth spelling bee champion, took
are: Laura Kay Thomas Larry Whltehead, and Freddie Clark. eleventh place In the Regional JEWELRY"Starke's
White, Raymond Whittle Alice Team 2; SonIa Biggs Team 3, Spelling Bee held In Jackson-
Atwood, Beth Chapman and Joyce Elizabeth Starling ville Saturday.
Susan Hewitt Katharine Jones, Pamela Denise Turney and Deb- Although Sonia was disappointed ()1 Kw Largest Quality Jeweler"
Sharon Lavendar' Debra Man- bie Jean Whitehead, Team 6. with her showing, the ___ .
ning, Debbie Mitchell. Stephan Ten of the above student have student and faculty were very ___- '___' nn AND. .
ie Rakes Jan Searle, Marcy:: been on the honor roll at least proud that she went so far In
I Sullivan, Joyce Lame, Bruce once before this ;year. the contest. Seventee students Team. 5 led all teams. at BMS with 18 students making the honor roll for the Tell You
Trlmm, Jenny Tomlinson, In order to make the honor competed In the regional spell- third quarter o> fhe. school year. The students are (l-r): Don't Let Anybody
Glenn MulUn and Kenny Caul- roll, the student must receive Ing bee sponsored by the Jack- Front row- Joy La In., Alice Atwood, Bruc. Trim, Laura Thomas. It' Hard To Find A
all l's In effort(above average) sonville Times-Union newspaper Second rowB.th Chapman. Jan Se a rl., Kathy Jones, Jenny Tomlinson, n Appropriate -
, Other honor roll student are: In their subject and have all Raymond Whittle Larry Whit., Susan hUwetr. Gift
Third row- Glenn Mullins, Stephanie Rakes, Marcy Sullivan, Debbie Mitchell -

Debra Manning, Kenny CauUy, and Sharon vendor.

I II 11 StudentsOn Ag Z oningForms HER FOR HIM I (

,p a .
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area students have
I achieved academic excellencefor applications from land for the board to examine the I. D. BRACELETS RINGSI.
Term n at St. Johns River owners for agriculture zoning
applications. The board granted
were approved May 3rd by the I. D. BRACELETS
, Junior College In Palatka according approval In a unanimousvote. RINGS BIRTHSTONE
to the office of Dr. Bradford County Commission
, acting as the county agriculture THREE KINDS OF
J u-- Charles W. LaPradd president. Long says land owners con- NECKLACES
Honor roll students from teams' I I. 2 3, 4, and 6 are (I-r): On the President' List witha zoning 1,200 applications cerned will be notified just FREE ENGRAVING

i Front row Briar Patray, Lisa Ekard, Eolino Green, Lynn f Pie rce. .higher grade for point the average term of are 3.5 the or were approved on the after made In July ag 1 zoning.of any Land changes own- WATCH BANDSWATCHES SCRIPT-OLD ENGLISH

! Second row- Dwlght Hewett, Joyc. Farabee Ellen G.org., Sonia Biggs, following: recommendation of Tax 2 Assessor ers wishing to appeal the decision -
I Lynn Moxley, and Debbie Whltehead. Starke Marilyn S. Patterson Gene Long In a minutes p.m. will have a chance at BLOCK
which lasted only -
Third rowFreddie Clark, Hogan Smith, Emmett. Bright, Teresa DeVore, Thomas G. Rlherd, and Hans hearing. County Extension Agent the Board of Adjustment hear- Lay-Away While Selection Is Great
Joy Starling, Pamela Turney. LaNler.. Bobby Lee Taylor was presentIn ing set July 19. Three mem-
I Hot present for photo were Kathy Commerford, Darcia Wells, and K.n Whitehe MelroseDavid K. Tomlln case there was any ques- bers of the county commissionand
a d. tion of a parcel being agri- two members of the coun-
I son.On \ WILLIAMS JEWELRY"Starke's
the Dean's List with a ty school board will comprisethe
culture land, but none arose.
grade point average of 3.0 or Board of Adjustment.
FIELD TRIPS "I've been through them all,
higher are School Board Chairman Rod-
Summer Jobs The students of Team 4 split Kevatone: HelcrhtM Richard Long said, "and" I'll go along ney Hall Tuesday morning appointed Largest Quality Jeweler"
Into three Friday to with all of them.
groups F. Denmark,Christian M.Head, Blaine Thompson and
take field trips to area pointsof Robert J. Martin, and JamesM. Commission Chairman Dave Seeber Goodman to sit on the
Sought HereDear Interest. Seymour. Shuford said he saw no reason Board of Adjustment.
Cecil field was the site of Starke- Karen D. Cissy and .
one trip where students toured Gerald A. T 'ske. r-------------------------------------------

Concerned Adult: other the base group and visited Its facilities.the Jack-An- boardl.Melrose Christian Ga- From The Jungles Of Africa ;

The[ Starke-Bradford County Chamber of Commerce is many sonville different Zoo and animals saw firsthand from !i\i ( -f.'t : :

real 1 anxious to find jobs for youngsters this summer all parts of the world. A third
group traveled to Palatka's Ravine Arts FestivalSet \ ,.1 l 1 To The A mazon River :
(either part-time. of full-time) and we need your help Gardens to walk the park's : l L'. ,,} <

nature trails and view the wild- at SFJC
We ha ve ma lie d a numb.r of q ue stionna ires throughout life. Social studies teachers : To The :
accompanied the ,
the county req uesting informa tion a bout summa r groups.ORIENTATION May 13-16

employment opportunitie s tha t you might be willing to

offer. fifth Starke grade Elementary classes spent School's Friday Festival The second of Santa annual FeJunior Spring College Arts I: C I
morning getting acquaintedwith
13-16, ARKE
We sincerely hope that you will cooperate with us and their new school for next will,feature scheduled a wide for May range of U

help yourselves and the youths of this county a t the year.Their orientation Included a arts, crafts, entertainment talents T4cNTEI

same time. discussion of the Middle and activities especially _
School's schedule, design, designed for children. 1
and :: :\
and activities Dorm Pearce, : 120 COURT ST.
slow is a form which you ca n cut out a nd se nd to the grading plus a tour system of school. The 112 screenwriter of "Cool Hand STARKE ( ; I

Z of C just in ca se you do not receive a form from us Starke Elementary student are Luke," will open the lhursHo'seaudlto13 events I OWNERSMONKEYS I
sixth with a lecture at 8 p.m. KATHLEEN & HAHHY COLLIER
of the expected
hrough the ma it. just part in the Southeast
for next
grade rium 100 SE,12th ir'herclre'tr i
school year. St. His appearance will be open : '
lease give us your support! TALENT SHOWA to the public free of charge.On .
Are Our
": *L talent show featuring the Friday night, May 14, the 1 i I
<,'. students of Team S was held International Buffet,
,, /Not A Sideline i
Mitchell and
Sincerely, last week. Debbie featuring cuisine representative :
Eve Futch played the piano. of nations around the
Sharon Lavender, Susan lIe- world, will be set on the gar- MONKEY
I Ba scorn F. Mizell, Jr":: welt Sheldon Hodge,Milton Baker den terrace of the Florida : SQUIRREL $19.98I
I President, Sta rke-Bra df ord and Arnold Williams sang State Museum on the Univer-
musical selections. A tumbling of Florida campus Individuals
sity OWL r
Chamber of CommerceP.S. MONKEY$39.98r I
\ County demonstration was presented may purchase ticket I
I by Dana Hassfurder, Lataln for the buffet, sponsored by
Herres and Debbie Edwards. Club, In the '
If you ne ed a ny futher informa tion pie a se ca lithe OPEN HOUSE the student International lounges of the college. : RABBITS SPIDER MONKEY $59.98 I

Cha mbe office : 964-5278. The choral activities group Also on Friday, "The Last '
entertainment for Poets," a young black group STUMPTAIL
provided the Open the House last Friday at which soared to number one $149.98 ro, :
The on the record charts last year,
JOB OPPORTUNITIESThe sang several songs their as upcoming a sneak will Southeast perform House.at 9 Tickets p.m. at at the$1 : 1.49 (To Be Ordered At Request) rr N' II

need to keep our school age youth occupied during; previewProgram which Is scheduled per person Afro Student may be Union purchasedfrom mem-

the summer months and to give them the opportunityfor for May 24. Mrs. Watten- bers before the performance.On R"
Is choral director and : BLUE FRONT AMAZON ,
barger w
on-the-job training in preparation for the future, is Mrs. Hollaway Is the pianist Saturday exhibits and Sunday will be, dis-May I SALE THRU

one of the most importa nt responsibilities of businessmen -by Bennett Lynn, Deborah Moxley Johnson Rhonda, played 15-16, many ranging from traditional : SAT. ONLY PARROTS each $49.98 1
toda to work oil paintings to brass tomb .
y. By giving our youth a n opportunity Janice Davis, Beverly AlIen -

and train for meaningful jobs, we are helping to avoid and Denise Turney. rubbing sculptures, and, leather Including crafts,metal Japanese : BEE BEE I

some of our social I problems that are reflected in today Issued flower arrangements,

youthful despair, frustration, apathy and alienation.The Warning others.hand-made Articles Jewelry will, and be on many exhibit I PARROTS each $ 9.98 I
On Franchise
10 to 6
from a.m. p.m
Chamber of Commerce would like to act as a
and from 12 noon
clearing house or referral I agency for summer jobs AgreementsFlorida to 6 p.m. on Sunday, on the ." ,;:; "
If this is to be East House lawn, 615 N.E. 2nd
for our youth of Bra dford County. a
residents are cau-
meaningful progra 'we must know how ma ny summer tioned when examining fran- St.The Bradford High School 1 Dttft.7tb /

jobs can be made available or will be required, chise agreements to ascertain drill team will participate In I ? 'our
not they are entertainment events scheduled :
whether or One
by local I busine sse S5 and industries. Please take 1
purchasing the equipment or, during the weekend on the lawn.
the time to fill in the requested information outlinedbe In fact are simply leasing It. Other entertainment will include SPeI ec1d1 I'et Shop
Robert J. Bishop director creative dance., a children' -
low nd rliest convenie
a return a t your ea nee. Han I I
of Consumer Services for Commissioner chorus,fairy tale( -
of Agriculture Doyle sel and GAte!), the Gainesville GOLD FISH
Will you plea se try to help ? Conner report that In several Civic Ballet, and many I II
recent cases have Invested considerable others. A free dance will be
amounts of money to held at Flagler Inn with the I MIXED SWORDTAILS 4 FOR 88$ 2 FOR 29$ I IBETTAS
Na me of busine or industry: set up extensive franchise o- Weston Prim Sould Band per-
peratlon under the Idea they forming.
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were purchasing equipment. A variety of free movies will
Later the purchases found In be shown Saturday and Sundayat I
Number of summer employees desired ----- the fine print or 'their franchise the East House Spanish Court. [Full Line Of
agreement they were only Refreshment concessions will :
Clerk ------ leasing (he equipment, Bishop be open during the festival $1.49

Secretarial I --------- says.After a set period of time weekend. I each Cat Bird :
all equipment and the entire that
Skilled -------- business would revert to the When we acknowledge '
franchisor leaving the pur- the struggle for a better en- Dog Small Animal I
chaser out In the cold.Anyone vironment takes place in the
Unskilled- ---- Interested In enter- home as well as the lab, and in .

Ing Into a franchise agreement the marketplace as well as
Pa rt Time ---- should have his attorney examine legislative chambers, we are 1
the agreement first Bis- on our way to helping solve SUPPLIES !
Full Time ------ hop caution
the problem.
For consumer complaint Efficient
writ the Florida Department disposal of litter, trash and 1 I
Pe rson to whom applicant should be referred? : of Agriculture and Consumer has long-range Impli I
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Br Linda G. Cox J i1 Green Stamps P. !

WILUAMSKELLEYMr.. and Mrs. John Rndl E Everyday Low. Prices!
William announce the engagement t '
Rom of their daughter.to Jerome Katherine Holll- I Weekly Specials$!

Kelley son of Mn.Doris Kelley -
and Clyde Kelley. _
The wedding will be an e-
vent of June 15 In the Brooder
Missionary Baptist Church. I _
The Brooker PTA met Tuesday
night April 27. A nominating L
committee" was appointed b 1j7F .. .
for next year's officers. tT
Members of the committee ere T
Mrs. Guy Harrell. David Fuss tiF
ell, and Gary Rakes. _
The school received a let- QEEF PEOP"'
ter Inviting the Stti graders
to Middle School for a registration -
and visitation day with PRICES GOOD THURS., MAY 13 thru SUN., MAY 16 EFFECTIVE MAY 14 WINN-DIXIE WILL BE
the date to be announced -
ter. Mrs.Schulman's class won OPEN FRIDAYS UNTIL 8 P.M.
the room count for having the
most parents attending the
meeting. The lit graders Mrs.
Schulman's class, presented a Et2q8o4uio'za SAeakSJa4iL. .
clever play entitled."The Magic
Forest" which was enjoyedby

; mothers and r
daughters enjoyed a delicious
Mother's Day BreakfastonSun-
day, May 9, at the Brooker 2LB.
Community; Center, sponsoredby I
the Brotherhood of the '
Brooker Baptist Church.
The church also presented
corsages to three mothers at
the morning service: Mrs. Amanda -
Lewis received the one
for the oldest mother present;
Mrs. J.E. Mott for the youngest ,
mother; and Mrs. Ronald
Bristol for the mother with .
the most children present.

PERSONALS 59 Steak 68C
Fuddles Robinson Is home A Chops IB.LB..
recovering nicely from a recent

days In Those Gainesville.the at Colonial from Grand Brooker Lodge Oaks Hospital Masonic attending Pork Roast 49 Rib Steak. $119

Convention In Jacksonville April -
26-28 were C.L. Atkinson,
Leroy Stokes R.H. Green,,Jr..
L. Hardy and C.C. Stevenson.The .
convention was held In '
the Civic Auditorium. 'd

The limes cry out /for bold
and imaginative idea at tonga FRUITDRINKS
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D.L. Shaw, In LaCrosse on
to break her hip and and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilk-
Wednesday. Mr. Shaw has been
BY MOT,, &3,1181I109@ADIIOR CHURCH In Baptist Memorial Hos ison and family. !Mr. and Mrs. very 111 for some time.
t In Jacksonville. Paul Wllkison of Orlando spent Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Devore,
TIle PIne Level Church educational Grace United : Bryant Redding and Mrs. Saturday with the family. David and Teresa visited their
building was the icene day School 9:45: ; Austin, Mrs. Rattle Dar- !Mrs. MackS"lI1dersandKathle son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
of a lovely banquet Thursday ship 11 ajm. and 8 ; Miss Shiite Prescott, Mrs. were visiting Mrs. H.C. Wainwright and Mrs. John Adklns in Hell-
8. The tablet were Wednesday Choir Bennett. Joev and Nancy on Sunday.Mr. bronn during the week.
arranged a V- hape and teat- pjn., Prayer ; Mothers Day Home and Mrs. Donald Knight Mr. and Mrs. Max Newportand
ed around them wen 100 mothers Children's choir at Long Branch Church and son of Jacksonville were
and daughters The fathers after school.Don ; Sunday. visiting their grandmother, children enjoyed a cruiseup
had the honor of being Denton pastor.Church and Mrs. Jack Dyal of Mrs. T.I!,. Walnwrltfht, during the Oklawaha River with
waiters for the supper. A red of Cod: visited Mr. and Mrs. the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyett and
and white color scheme was 10 a.m. Worship Gasklns on Monday. Mrs. !I.lnnle f.llchrlst; has returned daughters: on their launch last
carried out In the decorations. a.m. and 7:30 and Mrs. A.Z. Johns of to her homo In Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
Following the supper a very night, Wednesday : visited Mrs. John Brunswick after a two-week and Mrs. W.F. Moore
unusual fashion show was performed Carl D. Fink, during the weekend. visit with Mrs. Ernest Wells. spent the weekend with Mr. Rosenshine
. Highland Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Din- and Mrs. Cecil Wade In Tampa. -
by the men modeling family of Mrs. A.C. Kirk-
1 the latest In women's fashions School 9:49: a.m., gathered at the home of kins of 1011. Petersburg, Mr. Mrs. Wade Is Mrs Moore's Wins Honor
The attractive models were vices U ajn. and : Kirkland, Jr. to Join in a and Mrs. Jim Burton of Jack- sister.
Rev. JohnStrlckland.DeanCas- Prayer services Day dinner for Mrs. sonville, Charles Dinkins of Mrs. Joyce Futch of Brunswick With Company
sels, Jimmie Thornton, Shad 7:30: pan followed About eleven child- Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Din- Ga. spent the weekend
Smith John Kenny Gerry practice. and grand children were In king and David of St. Aii usUn with Miss Elizabeth Terry and Harry Rosenshine of Starke
Whitehead, Jerry 151st, and Lawtey and Mr. and !Mrs. Horace other relatives here. has been appointed to the Pres
Gerry Wheeler. They modeledthe on Tuesday Cox of Waldo wero Sunday visitors Mr. & Mrs. James Phillips ident's Club of the Stuart Mc-
latest In smart dresses In the school dinner guests of Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. P.I.. & daughter of Starke, Mr. & Guire Co. of Salem, Va.
shoes and wigs.Following good attendance. Mrs BL Wllkison were Dinkins. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mrs. Leslie Phillips & sons The club Is made up of top
the fashion how, of Morgan Road and Mrs. Donald Wllkison, Dinkins also visited Mr. and of lacksonvillc, Coleman Phillips salesmen for the direct sellIng -
Mrs. Jimmie Thornton was voted Baptist Church gave and Mrs. D.B. Wiggins Mrs. C.F. Carter. & sons of Macclenny\ and company dealing In clothIng -
"Mother of the Year." Wean cation. The slate ; and Mrs. Ed Rowe and Mr. and Mrs. Pierce i rews Mrs. O.J. Phillips were dinner and shoes. Membership: U
proud of her. Then the mothers ficers to be elected Mr. and Mrs. Roger! were visiting her sister and guests of !Mr. and Mrs. Bill the highest honor that a repre-
and daughters were hon- meeting was all of Jacksonville brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. iasklns & family Sunday. sentative can attain.IRONING .
ored by a wonderful message as follows:
by Mrs. Myers wife of Rev. Margaret Arwood; .
Myers of Berea Baptist Church sident, Mrs. ; EAGLE
Jacksonville.It Secretary, Mrs. M1
Is very lonesome In lots Jr.; Treasurer A.T.F. FLUID
of homes tonight as around ley. E ou trrrr
20 of our young people and a- Following the Eq .iA GS1JL
dulta left for Texas Sunday sion a program GENERAL ,
afternoon to be gone a week. ica" was i MOTORS
We wish them a good-time. fourth and fifth APPROVED.
and a safe trip then and back. sang several : 1 QUART
I think lots of mothers en- merican numbers 11111 sY1444
Joyed Mother's Day last Sunday panied by Mrs.
as everyone I talked to dolph at the piano.
was expecting their families nice and Cheryl'
home. Our family all gatheredat cited a poem, "I
the home of our son, A.B., singing," with soft
Jr., for a real feast. ZIporahJennings ._J
The oldest mother In church Bless America"..
last Sunday was Mrs. Prescott. journment the BOARDS
The youngest was Cindy White- served '
head, and the one with the ..." .'i.c:'. :.' .'
children In church Inlmitt/ heightadjustment.
most was HOMEMAKERS :0KSa. .
_ Mrs. Fay Gibson. They all received '
a lovely plaque. The Extension Vented sur.anfor
Thought of the week: Sticks smootherConstructed
Club held their .
and stones are thrown only at Ironlnc.r
revue In the
fruit-bearing trees ing on Thursday, 01 sturdy 7.11111metal. /
stage entrance .
ores: nat vnwi J"IaIUe" cally decorated with .
Litters, an ..... colors. Perm- day lilies and with -.w
rant. for aM oa wood. IDarh berry centerpiece -
plutte, paper, metal nattier.. ing table. Those
ANTrmNOl I BrnMort' omnttrTelecrapb. : Mrs. J.H. Faulkner
II Boyett, Mrs.
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were dating and newsworthy A grocery store then stoodon Jtt'} :
enough In the I940's to catch the corner now occupiedby 1JJ,

the eye (and lens) of The Tel- the Florida Theatre while \ ? EDilIT"o: f3
egraph's photographer who the theatre was where Eagle {
snapped the three young ladles DeVane's now holds sway. To
in Identical outfit crossing the left of the theatre was

the busy Intersection of Cassett Hardware, then Bry Editor Bradford Telegraphs
---. Call and Walnut Street ant's Cafe and a vacant lot

Chief of Police Lonzl Alvarez between It and the office of Information received from the
was eyeing the girls at a distance Col. D.E. I wondering whether or office was where it Is Association indicates
not he should that
arrest them forCowrfru today.
Starke Is currently under a

-- :'-:,,:' .,,;..:,: \ ... .'..,. NB fire 6 Class Insurance.rating: In regardsto

'... P I"tF. .I The Association further

states that the grading of the
i ti4qo fire defenses at the previous
: X and present Inspection is NB
QI 7 for a one position higher
.cdltor.laThe risk and higher rate than we
CCvffaamm&fiaagasgC& presently enjoy.I
A check with one of the local

Missing Ordinance L. Insurance agents, State Farm

..., reveals that to drop into class
Last Wednesday May 5, Pro 5. Most are closed to local 7 from Class 6 will result in
Herb Herres and three of the play (Greens Fee) Starke Is an increase in rates of $3 to
Whatever happened Bradford Coun- brought the ordinance again tc mind. Board of Directors represented not. $6 per household per annum

ty's proposed "dog ordinance"? Dogs are frequently seen running in the Starke Golf and Coun- 6. Most have less membersthan for those with homeowners polices -

packs of eight or ten, or even more try Club at a meeting at Holl- Starke. _. and from 93 to $10 per
Ing !Hills Golf and Country Club 7. Most spend more for ---- annum for those with regular
not only in the City of Starke but upkeep
It seems to us we vaguely remem- ; in Wildwood. The' fire Insurance depending of
meeting was and maintenance than
ber that work on such an ordinancewas in areas outside of municipalities as conducted by Harry Eckoff of Starke. Mrs. Amanda Hfllyer, 101 course on the value of a house

authorized several years ago and well. the National Golf Foundationand 8, Most, I believe are In Receives Greetings from President and Its contents The 12,000
was to have been the first ordinance Joseph Hanson, Assistant more financial difficulty; than home class about $3 per annum

drawn up under the county's; new Home Our neighboring Clay County; has an Deputy; Administrator for the Starke. value Increase with homes of lesser
at least $2.55
Farmers Home Administration. We are still having Bingo "Mrs. Nixon Joins In send Increaseas
Rule powers. effective dog ordinance we understand me Brooklyn, near Keystone this is the minimum
In attendance were representatives every Wednesday night at 8 ing our best wishes and cover-
and a county; dog pound where stray congratulations Heights for several years Her
from golf course In Wildwood p.m. Had a real nice crowd "
on your birthday father age.There
operated a general
But somewhere along the way, the and potentially vicious dogs are held Clermont, Crystal River May 5th; Can't keep up with store are approximately
ordinance must have been sidetracked.At until claimed by their owner. If suchan Winter Garden, Macclenny all the winners but L.M., if This greeting from Presidentand at combined Melrose with In the the post office 1,500 homes and 272 businesses

least, we haven't heard anything ordinance is good for Clay County; WliHston, Jasper and Haw you haven't won yet, check with Mrs. RIchard Nixon is a- early days. the in the local city; (figures office courtesy of
about It In months and no one It seems reasonable to suppose that thorne. me. mong the most prized remem- from taken
many actual
Members-Prospective Mem- brances received by Mrs. Amanda She married Edgar 11. Hlll nose count). On
seems to remember such an ordinance It could help solve a serious problemin The ber Tournament and Family B. Illliyer a residentin yer In 1893 and they had three homes alone computation quickly -

actually being adopted by the County; Bradford County.; an meeting exchange was of held Ideas to foster In- Feed Sunday, June 6. the Starke Nursing Home children: Roy, who died In 1932, shows this will amount to

Commission.Like Golf Course Operation. Many "BIG-LUAU" Saturday night, upon the occasion of her 101st and two daughters Miss Iva somewhere between $4.000 to
Dogs are sometimes referred to as Items of Interest were discussed June 12. birthday which fell this year Hlllyer and Mrs. Edna Strawn, $6,000 Increase alone and on commercial private residences -

"man's best friend," but they can during the three hour We are having a real tremendous on Mother's Day. both still living In Melrose. establishments with higher

the proverbial water In the also be an awful nuisance to a man's meeting but In most cases the play on our course values and risks would add
well an ordinance of this nature Is neighbors when allowed to roam the answers seemed to come right and if our Pro can hold out considerably to this sum.
back to lack of members and it should get better with sum- Mrs. Illliyer was born in Large Group
The end results would be
missed until the need arises countryside especially in packs destroying -
never financial difficulty.; mer coming on and the time Ozark. Ala on May 8, 1870
and by that time It Is too late of property; upsetting garbagecans Some of the Points: change. and came to Florida at the Visits FortHarllee giving companies thIs sum to cover to the the Insurance greater

course, to do anything about It. After and even taking an occasional 1. Most of the Courses charge Just a note for some who age of. 12. She attended Mel- risk. It appears It would be bet-
the crisis passes then everyone for- vicious bite out of a leg or arm. Such Initiation fee; Starke does not. are not aware of the fact. Our rose Academy under the well- Site ter that this money somehow

gets about It until the next emergency dogs have been known to attack and 2. Most charge more for NonResident almost well has been month Inoperative for known Southern educator Professor would arrive In the city; coffers -
.. membership than a now and our George Looney. whow..
and that time It Is again too late fatally injure children. Pro earmarked for better fire
by Starke. Is watering each green also principal at one time, of
etc., etc., ad 1n n1tum. 3. Most charge less for ResIdent separately so If you get a let- the old Starke Institute the Bits of broken glass and old Class protection NB 6,that Improving we may our stay In
chinaware fragments of pro-
Why wait until such a tragedy occurs membership than Starke tie water don't be surprised. first public school In Starke. and pieces of flint were metal tectlon and our Image. Shouldwe

An Incident that occured In an outlying before putting restrictions on 4. Most have active Men's Board of Directors meeting the meagre findings made among by a do nothing, we will apparently -
tonight ( 13th) Mrs.
May 7:30 Hlllyer taught school at
area of the county; this week uncontrolled dogs? not.Golf Association; Starke does in the Club House. p.m. the early settlement known as group of 35 "explorers" from go to Class 7 and having
the Bradford County Historical done nothing could go possibly -
Society; Joined by several per- to Class 8 eventually. So
sons from Gainesville, who visited the do-nothing road can not be
I Life And Death FarmersStrawberry Diaryover the Fort Harllee area north traveled.
of the Santa Fe River Sunday Either way we turn it will
May 2.The cost us, the citizens of Starke

The lives of 649 U.S. prisoners, the Constitution when they give juries tapering off and production more of the Is some old maps In the additional money so I for one

being held under death sentences, were "untrammeled discretion" to Imposethe growers have switched their courthouse and the latter said group was accompaniedby would like to see this additional
to the Fire Protection
affected by the Supreme Court ruling death sentence in capital cases harvesting and marketing he Is trvirur tn vet mnm Information Mrs. E.J. Dowling, who was fund money to go improve what the Under-

last week that capital punishment may the Court did not rule on the constitutionality operations over to sales directto government on early surveys from born in the Fort Harllee area writers request: namely:
the public on a U-PIckbasis. sources The topic and who, as a girl, would make
of the (1))
be left to the mercy Jury. ; of capital punishment Itself The practice of throwing the is very Interesting, as wellas playhouse dishes from the many Improved water system,
distribution and
which Is now under attack as fields open to/ public pickers a challenge to those who pieces of broken, blue china- pumpIng. and
In a landmark 6-3 decision, the allegedly violating the Eighth Amend gained favor some years ago are determined to dig out more ware that would wash to the maps showing locations of
Justices said the Constitution does ment's prohibition against "cruel and and now has become accepted facts on the historical fort. surface after a heavy rain. hydrants.mains gate valves, and fire

not require that Jurors be given any unusual punishment." as an excellent method of sell- -- Mrs. Dowling also found a half- ((2) Arrangements for the response -
guidance about when they may order' Ing off the late yield of fruit. dollar coin, dated 1825, on the of more volunteers at
By Sam McGarveyballs Those who live site of a race track which fire In time
the death penalty'; and .when they may along graded a lesser whUli Is
provided entertainment
roads and who once the need for better ,
and in a few extravagant sometimes have a communication -
not. < Some Governors have announced that In the meantime, corn and Instances as big as oranges! been blocked from getting out the early settlers who clus- and alert system
they will not Issue death warrants I, other crops are up and growing, As the saying goes "It may because of washed out bridges tered around Fort Harllee for (3)) The use of two trucks to
In a companion ruling, the Justices' authorizing executions until the Court and In the lirooker area they be so, for all I know; but It will be glad to hear that the protection during Indian War respond to fires other than an
also declared that the Jury may decide rules on the constitutionality; of capital are gettin g ready to harvest sounds so very queer," because county is in process of buying days. The race track was not automobile or grass fire
In one all-inclusive trial, both cucumbers. Apparently the dry a hall "stone" .is a solid a pile) driver for bridge con- In operation when Mrs. Dowl- ((4)) Within a reasonable timea
punishment Itself.It
weather has held Ing was a girl, but a visible
the cukes
lump of lee and a storm struction. No one will argue new, larger pumper t truck
of trial for
pre> guilt a on a
person mound left to mark Its
back but was
we understand that that the county does be
of hall oji big as oranges woulddo not needa purchased, reserving the
capital crime, and the llfe-or-death appears to us that the death sen- the, watermelon plantings are damage up In the millions of means of driving piles. for location. oldest truck.

question.Six tence Is no more "cruel and unusual In trouble because of the lack dollars and cause severe In bridge foundation especially ((5)) Better and more frequent i

punishment" than keeping a man con- of rain. Melons are usually juries. those who have had to Mrs. Dowllng was the daugh- Inspections of commercial ,

states have adopted the two- fined for the rest of his natural life. planted drained on land fairly and in high a period well- drive over sway-backed brid- ter of Willie and Nancy Ennis buildings and better enforcement :

stage trial routine In which the Jury We believe that capital punishment of drought, the plants suffer You can imagine what ges, not knowing when the struc Moore, who are burled near of the code, especially i
would their old home site at Fort
does consider the tures would give I n some of our public build-
not punishment until should be maintained as one last bul- happen to a car caught out In way and dump Harllee. :
them in the drink. Ings.If .
after it has settled its verdict such
a storm
wark against the rising tide of crime Perhaps we're we are going' to have to
of guilty.; The Court held, however that threatens to engulf cur nation. thinking In those terms, because pay out this additional I money,
that it is not for other we have a brand-new car Fort Harllee was also the
necessary The dry spell continued then our City Council should
and we hate to think site of the famous orange tree
states to follow this example.In Any rough last Saturday but according it being see that it becomes City' lie-
step toward
removing of bombarded from
one that way. Incidentally : Who Is going to catch the said to have been planted ;
the few remalni!7g deterrents to crime to reports, showers we bought the car locally because wily, lunker of a bass that is a seed by Maj. Harllee, for venue and not Insurance; pic-
ruling that states do not violate would be a mistake. were look on the for way and the out- while we might have supposed to lurk around the big whom the fort was named. It mlums the that 'we earmark ll for
break in Improvements
was a the necessary
saved a few dollars by buying dock which extends far out Into Is said to have borne as manyas
drought around here duringthe soon as possible and use Uic,
out-of-town, it hardly Little Lake Santa Fe? 10,000 oranges In a season
seems Jimmy
early port of this week. extra income to retire the, debton
fair to do that and then expect McRae was telling about having and was killed during the Igo"reeze"
I At our place, the soil has dried the dealer to provide hooked the monster } of the 1890's.The such Improvements.
Mail Order service. to agroupat
PornographyOne out and the grass (and even the Remember we can't look on
city after the
weeds) are waiting patiently for last council this as an extra tax ( as the,
a good, long drink of water. meeting week, and Carl settlement around Fort recent rate Increase) because
Hurst and others all have either
Harllee had a postofrlce before apparently we arc going to spend
of our neighboring weekly news- lists. If they fall to do so, the U.S The expedition to find the hooked the "big un" or the town of Waldo and the money anyway' in higher:;
papers tells of a 10th grade girl who Attorney can take them to court. exact location of Fort Harllee have tried to. From all accounts there are said to have been premiums, so how can we lose
was excited to receive a piece of Speaking of weather we have has stirred up a lot of Interest. that bass has taken on six postmasters during the spending It here at home?
often been amused by reporteothall Last week we saw Gene Long fishermen sofar and is still years that it served Die
mall addressed to her personally, onlyto Postmasters recognize that there community -
as big as pecan nuts, golf and Merrill McMillan pouring holding out around that old dock ; (Make Jackson j
be emotionally upset when she openedIt has been a growing problem with this Interested Citizen.

to find an advertisement for hard type; of material, which seems to be

core pornography of the most per- all the time.
getting more degrading Thorough Watering Needed
verted kind. Many have reported complaints especially First Ten Days

from parents whose children ; Of May Bring During Prolonged Dry SpellThe
At one time there was nothing local have opened such material. County Agent N-l -
postmasters could do about such Incidents I No Rainfall dry weather Is having at least 4 times, waiting each
adverse effects on many of time until Uic, water has soakedIn.
but a recent ruling has been The form is rather simple to fill No rain was recorded In Bradford the ornamentals In Florida according .

made which will keep objectionable out for persons wishing to have their by Bobby Taylor County during the first to die, I lorlda Nurserymen Italia! grass may show dirk

mall out of your box without first name removed from such lists and 11 days of May, following an and Growers: Association. gray areas that are Irregular
having to open It. It can be obtained at the local post unusually dry spell. Some plants, however can endure In shape. These( areas arc I the
Sequoia, Tioga, Torrey, or The Florida 90 variety has The last rain was reported the dry weather with little result of extreme droiiKliI con
office in each community.; Florida 90 for next year? been a good berry for a num- on April 30 when the county; or no 111 effects and those ditions. In addition to Die off-

Now, anyone who desires to do so ber of years after it replacedthe received an average of.83 Inch, are cacti Mexican flame vine, color of the, biilila. the leavesof :
can place his name on a list at the If you don't want such material cluttering This is one of the decisions old "Missionary." Yieldsof breaking a prolonged semi- crepe myrtle, and some of the. the grass will bv rolled
post office to stop all sexually oriented up your mall box and perhaps that our strawberry growers quality; berries have gone drought April rainfall totaled plants related to cacti. This tightly and spied) to bo)
mall from being placed In his box. falUncr Into the hands of children at will have to make. They will! over 1,500 flats. However it 3.3 Inches as compared with does not moan that these plants shrivelled. If you have watered
least also have to determine the a- has not produced as well In a 50 year average of ".G3. need no water but (hat they your lawn thoroughly, these areas -
you can now do something aboutit. will the last two or three years. Thundershowers can survive on less water than may still show tip because -
creage they plant next wore
Companies advertising obscene ero- If every boxnoioer would taste such before placing orders year for The Tloga variety has been dicted for Wednesday and many' of your tender plants. use, soil has u tendency
tica must check the list and remove steps, the mall order pornographers plants.To the top yielder )in experimental Thursday of this week with a Trees that have an extensiveroot to repel 1 water when It becomes
the names from their own mailing would soon be forced out of business. plots at the University of possible average of one-half system and are several It becomes excessively dry.
make the right decisions Florida for a number of years to one Inch of rain. years old may bo able to tolerate These oxliomcly dry areas can:
our growers will have to con- producing large berries that During the week ending Mon- prolonged dry weather. be overcome by using. 11 wet-
sider a number of things. Prob- carry well. But for some rea- day only one fire was reported but It Is advisable to water hug" agent. or any liquid soap.
ably most important to the son it has not performed for by the Florida Forest Service young trees at least twice a I Use' 4 (1\i labloajxHrnfuls" of the'
/l"-- .... grower Is the performance: our growers In the last two with a total of 10 acres week. The ground should bo liquid soap: Iii n gallon:\I of war
The Bradford !:. of the varieties. Before selectIng .- years. burned. So far this year 100 thoroughly soaked with one- ter mid pour over Uie dry urcu. -
County a variety; the grower should The Torrey has looked good fires have been attributed to half of water per watering. Then water Uio will UwruuKhly -
TELEGRAPH ? 71dtf5 think about the production potential for two growers this season. carelessness, with 1,341 acres This moans you should apply (; with a hose or sprink
of the how However It hasn't been test- burned. the water around the trees low .
ESTABLISHED ISTff :: tJO.B.bl. well the variety; has adaptedto ed In a large acreage In our enough.. to thoroughly sunk (lie ler.SI.
his area. soil to a depth of 0 8 Inches AiKiistlne( Centipede.
farming .
should also consider practices. The Sequoia has been the most It takes one-half Inch: /uysin, sad Hoi nimbi grosses,.
g"eu And He xuld unto them and shipping character-the quality popular variety this year. Even of water to do this. The a- may also stun those. dl'yll.-
; under bad winter conditions it mount you have applied can oul IIY01 pCotnll. All grosses
Why are ye HO (fearful How istics of the variety; under different should love lit ItuiHl two
FLORI ESS weather has given good production of be determined by setting\ a wulorliiKH -
U it that ye have no faith?- ditions. lie should and growing be Interested con- large quality berries. These Z coffee can under Uio sprinkler. u week, with otto-half bivli

ASSO TON SI.: Mark 4,11.) In the consumer getting a berries have commanded higher I When! vou hnve "",, -h we Inch of water applied tit each wtitorliiK -
depth of water Tn
JeituH! our Divine) Saviour quality; product. prices locally and on other can, ul thus Unio of year.
.tn id! Rt'hemersprnks. |> thus to markets. then you have a thorough: _k- Sltould your lawn have an

ell of UM today ass lit spoke to Serious consideration should It has been said that no two Ing.If exceptionally heavy Uuitch like
.. L. MATTHKWt.Matter EdN.ntaiislhee Ills llixciplcM.! Rod; KIVI'M III.* be given the source of plants. strawberry growing seasons 0Wr you water trees by holdIng that of M Augustine you will

,P.ilYW .... fl.i.la ... .4rsei tar Mean bountifully of love and good Plants must be vigorous and are the same Each: season of the the tree hose around It will the take base at need lu uiU. at leant one-fourth

4aa.:: <4 ... rest OfflU* s4AM Mr1., Phd1attalq und HtrvtiKth. Rut lie cannot healthy with good root systems. brings on new or different prob- least 20 30, minutes of water to than ono-liair Uio normal Inch more water.
amount. Why
They should be free from Insects lems. Most years our growers -
ef .... >M, Mrs.ta irive UM faith. Through our diseases and nematodes have been able to solve .., H __ 'r. to souk the entire ball Hwausv" Uio Uuilt-li lit 111.'bl"| '
....JL ... frsrfe .*.MI 1 rear.ereei tieNl Ohtidlerel. own free choice und helief since, some of these problems those problems and produce root alr.tlil I If you'd and the area around the bull.!! of absorbing 3D ,"'"' of the>

.. I jeer, a.Md wad will, we must ante and can come from the plant bed to Rigger/ Hotter Kerrlod In Hrud- get '("111 h maintain our (faith ours.. -lve... the field on plants. ford County: circle iiiiHiiNl llivni whIch Is .
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1 .N TlCE Netle Oil A plJ.atlo. r.. Tat, Drovlmntelyn0 nrre to beOlvldod li l News Joe Namath turn from the band, Poger! Smith, who wrote -
I Deed Into two fa) aeree football Held to movleland withbeautUl.1l the IIC ripe.
.... workr6out
OF: One 0) Supervisor a 1.,10. '. a.MnotlEvelYnHT7al.r Them are generally I Ann-Margerot !In
turpentine and area
area On screen! Sunday and Monday
for remaining term ex- !: the he dir of round timber Ilnrveirtln* "C.C. and Company" awry
plrIna October. 1971, and two of the tollowlnf: eertlfloatee la tfl be done :bv lea aucceenfutbidder : Hy Elizabeth; Givens Walker of a motorcycle sang filmed In at the drive-In will be
has IH)
filed laid oertlfloatee for within elvhteen < two X-rated films- "TraderJlomee"
I (%) Supervisors for remaining a lax deed to be bawd there. month period I beitlnnln July Arizona and New Mexico.
DELL CHAPTER OES and "Notorlus
on.. The certificate 1071 to December II, 1973.Blda Daughter 1-
terms, expiring October 1973 number 1. GIRL SCOUTS: Namath the movie star will
Water ( de ihould be denied and returned There will be a called meetIng CARNATION NOTICE of Fanny Mill."
.. for Bradford Soil and eCrlDtlonrsottlMauproDettY. and In an envelope marked May 13 All Girl Scouts of Troop 626 The Carnation be seen this Friday and Satur Horror film fans have
Thursday night Social and Sav can
Conservation District. the name In welcht was "Bidtor lump>> sum Pine Timber day at the 301 Drive-In. Secoi: '
followe: ai- .. in the Masonic hall on Brown- are asked to please meet Tues ings Club will worship at Ebe- a field day at the Florida Theatre -
May 25. 1971 NCiriltlritis JunrilltlA7l"onnd relurn feature on the double bill la
No Year of am lee Street at 8 p.m. for else day at 5 p.m. to make plans nezer Baptist Church this! Sun- up town this! weekend.
Pursuant to the Soil and Wa l.wroa 19841. ed In aurflclent time for the for the coming activity. We "Macho Callahan," a western
D""rlptlon of W bid onenln' to: Jim Chnnteen, tion of officers for Ule year day at 7:30 p.m. All members "Horrors of the Blood Monstor" -
ter Conservation David Janasen Jean
Act. Chapter starring
of 4 of NWK of BWr: Bualneu. Mnnaaer., Florida" 1971-72. All members are asked need the help of everyone In urged to be present and on and Ft'eldcemteiD's6loodTerror"
582 Florida Statutes of 1949 tflO' ID WBy 8.7' ;: "E'f' State Prlenn P. O Box 231.miford this effort. Seberg Lee J. Cobb.and James
SEO.: IS-T 5 8 El: Florida 12081. to please) be present and on time. time are calculated to curtalp'bogy's
and Chapter 28094 of 1953, and -H-II : Booth. Both films are rated
Name .In which aeaeued Robart e-et 617NOTICn haIr
as amended 1965, notice is here- CHURCH!
: SCHOOL NEWS R.Instead Prices at the two local
; by given of an election to beheld All of amid properly belnir' In o-m.r.\Tm" TO Greater Bethlehem Free Will of throwing a football mov
: Basic adult classes being ies have Increases 25
the virriTiot'S are cents
County of Bradford State nci.i4TL-.il:
I. on May 25, 1971 tor the of Florida. ; VAMHNotice. Baptist Church, lieu Jasper with deadly accuracy the
held at RIE School for the tor students and adults due
I' election of: One Q) Supervisor Unlee ouch certificate OP I h h..r.hv Klven that Williams. Each Monday night Wives are people who leave New York Jets star! quarterback
for remaining term expiring rertlflrate ehall be redeemed tTie nnilerala-ned. under the convenience of citizens In the Senior word at the office for their tries his hand at riding entirely to the rising cost of
according to taw the pioperty provlalrna' rat Chnnler 2/1/ 9 61 county. A better education Is Choir rehearsal. Tuesday film Children's prices remain
: husbands to call home Immediately
1971 and two ((2) ; "f U 11. motorcycles and love.
October Act making
described In euch certificate. or iwa of Florida needed In all walks of life night, Choir No. 3 and the at 50 cents. But adults will
Supervisors for remaining eminent will be sold to the will Tea-Inter with the Cleric of Junior Usher Board No. 2 then keep the phone Including a nude scene. In "C.C.
hta-hett,,, bidder at the court the Circuit! Court In and for For information call the Vo will busy for two hours. and pay $1 I at the Florida and $l.25
terms, expiring October 1973. home door on the drat Mon Bradford( Pountv. Florida, tin- Tech 964-6150. meet at 7:30.: At 7:39: Wednes Company" which Is produced at the drive-in.
day In month of June 171. on proof of nublleatlnn of thli day night Prayer Meeting. by Ann-Margaret's hus
which I* the 7th day of Jung notice of the fletlttoua nameof
Polling Place) 1 J & H Electric, Company.under rnorteraa on the following Thursday night the Ladles Cir- e.a r-o *** t. mumm a.tat s. aaatae.otl..sa -a/otafa/tat-af/fit-
Farmers Mutual Exchange 0at''d this 14th day of April. ( which' t am en.aa-ed. In .ropery ID Bradford Count cle will meet at the home of

Fairgrounds, Starke Florida 1111 SEAL, ) P.bnalncK O. Loa al 120.Hlwav Hmm 901!>ton.Smith.Fla Florl Bea-lnnlnir a: at the 1nteree. Sister Sarah Prince. Friday BRICIi-nOMis
J.L. Waters Grocery Store Gilbert B. Brown I2n14. ot'n"' of the p,1ft line of the night, the Prayer Band will bo 1 ALL !
Lawtey Florida Clerk of the Circuit Courtof J"hn H. Van Fek. P n, Bon NWM\ of th* NW14 of Section baking and
selling pies In the
Bradford County. Florida. Jjn Hnmtitnn. Ftn 82044l / II. Townahlo I South AanraI 1
N.G. Hayes Grocery Store 4-29 4t 1-20 >,fedhla J7th dnv. of April. Rat. and the North borderof kitchen Services will begin with .
Brooker Florida A. D 1971 at Starko. Bradford a Atats Road (cold point Sunday School at 9:10. Morn I r ...... II
5-6 4tp B37la betn 40 feet from centerlln ARRANGE LOW
Nellee Of Application For Tai County Florida. WE "
llceilHe of e..ld State Hd ) thence Went ing service at 11 a.m. Leagueat I' -- Jr: pax. II
Polling PlaceCs) will be open *. IfM.in. F .a. alone raid 8t Rd. 100 dart to 4 pan. Evening service S ALL S aa : DOWN II
thence North par.alellnR -
between the hours of 8 A.M. Notice le Hereby Olven. that Th. ....'. the FOB. the Visitors
Lon DfSue the holder of the Coaaty J CourtOf the Baet. liras of p.m. always! welcome.

and 5 P.M. mid following certificate certificate for a haa tax deed flleil. !. Probate Bradford No. Coaatr. Flo.lda -JW I. \*Township of the NW'South.4 of Section Ran' Ebenezer FINANCING sflHErrUJIOrUa.I ; J.-: PAYMENT :

to be issued thereon The In KB): Estate of Ann 3.Januen. II Uaet. Bnptist Church
certificate lheneeeeBouthnpursllel
All qualified electors residing number anil year of JDeceued. 100 feet Rev Leroy Davis Pastor. BIble [- :
within the District shall be lanunnre. the description. o[ the Notice 7b I1r.dltonAll tn the sold Bant!: line nf the Class each Monday night. 1

eligible to vote in this elec- property which ,It was and...the....ed nomad are a In. Anna creditor J. Janaivn of, th daceaeed* Eatat. tie of w.NW*" of point the 40 NW14 feet from. fee the Prayer Meeting each Thurs I We Build Any Price Home On Your Lot Anywhere In Florida I

tion. followe Cnrtiflcat: No 84. Tear of file hereby notified any claim and or required demand to eenttrllne teetatntthe. IM FOB; Ha day night. There will be no I Or We Will Locate And Finance A Lot For You 1
fn..t..II' services
lesuance 1969 whlon they may hero airalnet ; of the NW% of tMN4q Sunday, May 16. The
A qualified elector as defined Deixrlptlnn" of PropertyV aid eetat In tne Office of lea of eertlon 18. Townihlo Home Miiglon Convention will We Do The Complete Job
of BWti EX N 1 County Judea of Bradford 8 South. Ranve 23 Eaet" And :
In 9A
the Florida Soil] Conservation NW'4
A PEC 1'7-0-22 County. Florida. In the court. lord County Florida h.e Den. be >in session In Gainesville.! :
Act Includes any person Name In which aeaeeaed. An houie at Stark. Florida with filed a.rauit. you and you are All members and friends are
qualified to vote in general nle Ooodwlne EST. in alx calendar. months from Tnul..ed to ..erv a copy ofyour invited to attend. j *Ifenuty 'Quality *Comfort *,Economy :
I elections under the Constitution All of 'mid property I belnar In tea drat .publication of feltnotlea. written Aetenrra. If any
I the County of Bradford, Stateof I Each claim or demand to It. on tea plaintiff attor-
and Statutes of this state Flnrldn. moat be In wrltinr and must net whore name and addrMIn Greater Allen Chapel ASS

who is also a landowner in t'nlen* ahull,such cerlflcnte be. redeemed or certificate aorordlne .- poet riots office the place addre" of renldenc of the claimant and 715 Harrv B.! Kennerty/. Hobhu.Blvd.Tampa. P.. A. Church, Kev. C.E. Jenkins Pas II OVER A HUNDRED DESIGNS TO CHOOSE FROM 1

the herein named District. ; to In auch law ceitiricate the./proDerlYdoecrlbed or the and claimant, moat hi will*b* acentt worn or to void*hi.au..n.y. by. and file. Florida the anoviitYledt USOI court services tor.! Sunday at School 10 a.m.will Morning begin 1 Drive Out And Inspect Our All Brick Model I HomeMerrill :
or It become
certificate will be cold, to the clerk of ten
5/13 wt 5/20 highest bidder at the courthotiHo according to law. on or before. May 14. 10711otherwlao service, II a.m. Bishop G.N.

In month. dnor of nn June the,first 1971.Monday which -WILLIAM<8- William iJ' JAN 8aB1VJ7R.E.rotor : .ntirvd' a aaalnat Jud. nent you Corythirslfet Collins will be visiting In Construction' Co. :

NOTICE I I. the 7th dav of June, 1971. of th. Eatato of Aftna demanded 11the oom- Starke. Sunday morning he willappeal'
Dated thle :seat day of April luROneaB 9Aawased.EUGENE plaint' "I' petition at Mt, Plsgali AME

Mr. J.D. Odom has made 1971.CSF.A T.) -8- : IT. SHAW gnat Wltneia of Hid my Court hand on April ana the 3/. Church. At 3 p.m. he will bo I 3 Miles North Of Starke On U.S. 301 Next t To Thonl Oil Company :

application to the Bradford Gilbert A. Brown 141 We.t Call StreetBtarke. 1111. appearing at Greater Allen Cha I
ClerU of Circuit Court of Brad- Florida Ollb..rt S. Brown pel. All members and friends P.O. Box 759 Phone 964-8521 Starke Florida .
for reclassiflcatton -
I County Zoning Cord County. Florida Attorney for Executor By Beutatt M. MoodyDevutr
of the property described 4-29 et 5-3 4.U a t.uITellc. Clerk are Invited to attend. Evening L_ __ __ ___ _ _ __ __ __ __ __ _
t.12.. hit
below from Open Rural F service, 6 p.m.
In The ronnlr Jnflte'e ,Conrt An1lesHoa *> -
I to MP (Manufacturing Industrial In Aad For Bradford Cuiiaty.Florida Tax Deed .
See. 1U4IO. F. s D
O. No. 1-1 81SIn Notice I* Hereby Olveak' die:::
SW-1/4 of SW-1/4 except 1.18 He-: Relate Of Paul Darren Mr* Evelyn Tyler I ,
.. of tea following. certificate
acres In NE corner; and hag Stephen, Deceased.Nolle a
certificate for
hu filed old
Tn Creditor
acres in SW comerofNW-1/4 To all *creditor. and all perona ala: dead to be laaued thereon STARKE'SLOWEST
of SW-1/4] containing 40 acres having, claim or 4emand.aw"ln"t Th* certificate numbersenA
taauance, the decrlptlon -
told eetate.You. year FOOD
more or less; NW- and Mich of you aro of the property and
1/4 of NW-1/4 Section 20. hereby notified and required the name.n which It wan a.-
to rile claim* and demand eeiied are a* follow:
all in Township 7 South any
which of you Certificate No. / Tear
I Range 22 East may hnva you A or In"t. hhe"r... oi'; l .uance 100*. FOOD
: This change In classification Paul Unrreti Htephen d<"ceaeed. Dtlee4rlDtlon of Property WJ4
late of Bradford County.Florida. of SW4 EX A
has been given tentative approval In the office of the lo,rOTE'167 B .tW: By 321' N 4ST PRICES !
i I subject to public advertising County JnARn of BradfordCounty 8BX2: It-T-8-3-R-23BName /
In which a..d Robert e e
i ( as specified in the Zoning County, Florida Starke, within Dradford aIRotn'ihe'tlrattDUhllasttlonoot L, Tyl..... QI) 329 S. WALNUT ST.
; I code of Bradford County. the All of rid property belna- In
thlanotice. the County of Bradford. Utat: SUPERMARKETS
of Ftorldn.Unleu .
: John Torode Chairman Each claim or demand must luch certificate or
Bradford County Zoning Board be In nrltlnr and must ante certlflcttte ....11 be redeemed
I andpout aocordlnx to 'th* property
the plate of renldence Inla-u :
of the d iorlbe addrewi
5/13 2t 5/20 I claimant office and must ba awrorn to or eertlflcate will b* sold to ONUS BUYS 0000 THRU WIONUDAY MAY 19, 1971. QUANTITY RIGHTS HISERVID.Ml .
i by the claimant hi* agent or the hla-he.t bidder at thn court
hi* attorney, or It will be voidaccording home door on the tea Monday
to taw' .In month of Ju.... 1171. wlliell' w
jeoTicn or wrrvri"Ti Each. '' I1.han deliver 4e the Ttb. IItD June, 1T1Dated
RKC.IDTUIl: FUIII-10LH NAMI3 diffident. oople of hi* claim tola day of Aorll.
Notice In heruby l\on thatt to enable the County Judfte to 1971. 1
!"* undcrnjgnorl. molar the pro. mall one to each pemonalroprenentatlvn. (SEAL) '
visions of Chanter\ 20.06.1 Ixiwa Gilbert B Brown
M F'lorklartn tt to+1. will Dated; April J1?. A D. 1971. Clerk of '8'lorlburt of
register with the Cleric of the Fuddle' M Stephen Sr.FKCDniR Bradford County. / a '
Circuit Court, In and tar Brad IIf. STEPHENS 8R. 4-13 .t 1-11 raw
ford County Florida, upon A* Administrator of the Batata
proof of !publication of this notice of Paul Darren Stephen 1m Th Clrenlt' Court O* TIle
nf ten. .flrt ltlous niKmo of Dercaod. ._ Ellkth Jocllcl'"l Fere 8ndltd
KASHION: FAHR1CS. umlr' who publication; A1I..11' Florida. !. Aad
Icli I am *riwfrcil' In ,bueinc! atIt4 F.rjt y.,, 4t S.20NOTlCI'1 CD..ty
Wont. Cnll /Mt. ltbsi FRESH 1e COUNT M CMMITTtMACAMNi M M
county. Florida.' Ceorir. L. ov. nmsaled Florida corporation. Plaintiff. VIENNA
And Elizabeth K. Knight, f. O. .. bill mil ">01 recnlvei ",. Wendell Stoen.. and Eleanor INSTANTDRY r HUNT'SCATSUP SAUER'KRAUT E3 MILK SALADATEA. TOMATO
Los 244. L lve 00...k. .'10., owner up to and not later thin June fiteen.. Defendant MILK BAGS
loth day of MayA 4. 1D71 In the of fire of the Notice Of Suit-Property
D., t"ld07thlt StarUe. BradfordCounty. Runlnei Mnnaiter, Florida TO: Eleanor O'9teen. who f.
Florida State Prl on. for the ...1.. of over tea ors of tl year' and 1QQ 99*
t-lt 4tl Pine Pulpwood and Pine Timber who** a JIer.Dyu. ...known.'h Half uo> *
The Notified
--- on .n lumi tnn haaia You
offering I I. comnrUod of an- an action to foreolo a

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Suave Shampoo :.VoLr;;: ::ro:To-7' 2/$1/ $1.31,

Suave Hair Spray 1:; os: .0 49c set Tot kDOZEISTBANANAS

COFFEEM CI' Hair Spray .lalnl,ewuer tlal no a Nato. 49c S'f 10. 48
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r rL Long Grain Rice -t:> o;'::. 39c 151 k
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Colgate Instant Shave '".,.T"S39:'':: ; < Iqt tot
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fflNlrfuoutatROl/ Pantry Pride Salt ? 101 9< Tot I'
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Toaster Pastries ..':":wn:;:: 3/95/ $n7 zt

( ) Pantry Pride Flour 37 39f 2* CORN 10 Eaa. 85

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But rain is less dependable. Electric powered irrigationis '::: -,,,. .,, HARD IIP

on the job when you need it. .where you need it. Costs pniCin r i Town Talk Syrup .. 49 Jet 'Tet< TOMATOES.29

less to buy and maintain than any other irrigation system. Waffle Syrup :ssrzs: : 39 41, 4f MM CRISP

And electric powered irrigation equipment lasts longer. Instant Breakfast ":""::::' 47c get ? CELERY. .144.
CAN SAVI YOU MONIYI ........... ....... t
And what nature-or other irrigation power-can't do.

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Gadara Church

DIMENSION Sets revival RevivalA Is scheduled at 1- T

Gadara Baptist Church beginning -
ra.. Sunday May 23, through : ; j

Friday, May 28. ,. ,

... S t/- Services are scheduled nightly .

Just been weary. Neverless he at 8 o'clock. CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS MISSIONARY CHURCH OF CHRIST : .
the missed a marvelous opportunityby CHURCH BAPTIST MISSION Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.j; .
the book of Acts 422 N. St Clalr St.. Starke. Sunday School 9:45
will be Rev. a.m.
20th chapter 9th verse It falling asleepand nearly Evangelist Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Morning Worship, 11a.m.Youth U.S. 301 North, behind Tas- Morning Worship and CommunIon *.'
missed all future opportunities.Paul Charles Julian Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Service 11 a.m. Evening
In Sunday .
named Drive ,
And a young man Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Fellowship Choir Practice tee Frees
ays. 6p.m.
Tom -
will be Rev.
making his last visitto Son leader Service 6:00 Worship service 6.
Eutychui was titling in the was Locke of Jacksonville. : p.m.Erenlng Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night, Wednesday 8 p.m. School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Worship ,
window. He Bank Into a deep> Eutychus'; home town of 7p.m. Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Wednesday Worship service
Troas, and while this dedicated Thursday night Prayer Meet Wednes 7 Minister Jack P. Bell.
sleep II Paul talked .UIII longer Meeting, Friday 7:30: p.m. Service 7:30 p.m. p.m. .'
: and being overcome by apostle warned and admonished Everyone is welcome. The 7:30: p.m. --Rev. Y.W. KJdd, pastor.
sleep, he fell down from the could the real reason for Euty- church Is located near Smith Ivy Luke Pastor CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day.Leroy Olive, pastor, E.L. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN -.'

third" story and was taken up chus' fatal nap have been his Lake on SR-315 In the Keystone Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Griffls, associate pastor. CHURCH' :' -l I
lack de d. Sunday I 10() a.m. MornIng !
Eutychus was literally caught going on? The warning might County. BAPTIST CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.: () DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, 11 a.m. Evening :
833 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services -
napping. A case for the defense well be appllable for today. Sunday School 9:30: ; Training BROOKER Worship, 7.James Shaw, pas- >
could be made because This is time for greatness. : Sunday School 10 a.m. Union 10:15: ajn.; Morning Worship CHURCH tor. I
Be awake alert, responsive Preaching, 11 a.m. Training Union Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor-
Paul did preach an unconsclous- YOUTH NIGHT SET 11 a.m.; Evening Worship. Morn- I
Sunday School 10 a.m. Services 11 and 7
5:45 Evening Worship ship a.m.
this know and use It. "Awake O AT MORGAN CHAPEL p.m.
ably Is why long sermon.churches Perhaps have Installed Sleeper... and Christ shall give 7 p.m.Everyone welcome. 7:30() P.m.;; Prayer Meeting 7:30: 1m Worship. 11 a.m.; Evening p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH

many clocks in plain view of you light," and Christ shall Youth Night will be held Tuesday -Wilbur Dyess, pastor Wednesday.Pastor Rev. Robert West. Worship", 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Rev. Lacy Conway, Pastor. BROOKER FLA. |
give glorious adventure. Meeting, 7:30() p.m. Wednesday. Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun I
the mlslster. Again, the build- you May 18, at 7:30: p.m. at '
Ing may have been poorly ventilated -J.C. Brown.., Minister Morgan Road Chapel. There CHURCH OF GOD -Rev.! J.C. Saunders, pastor. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol. .' I

or Eutychus may will be singing, a film (CarFev.r OF PROPHECY BROOKER NEW RIVER BAPTISTMorn Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mor- Superintendent.Training '. '
), and a social.: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL ning Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 nlon, 6:45: P.m. Lowell Douglas. I
Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Training Director. Worship Services U
I haveMELROSE ing Worship, 11 a.m. YoungPeople's Union 7 p.m. Evening Wor- Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday p.m.Rev.. John Ross pastor. a.m., 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw,mu- ,
------ .-- --- -- p.m. ship 8 p.m. Wednesday Night School 11 a.m. Morning Worship sic director. I II
Evangelistic Service, 7 p.m. Union '
service, 7:30: p.m. Everyone 6 p.m. Training _. i
Wednesday Prayer Meeting, welcome. 7 p.m. Evening Worship. EVERGREEN BAPTIST I

CUB SCOUT MiiWSAn ,:: Rose Fish, Mrs. Annette Mul- place, Mrs. Mike Falkel, Mrs. with 7:30 us.p.m. Come and worship L.L. Parker pastor. vices.Wednesday -7:30: Prayer Ser Lawtey.Highway Sunday 125, School Northwest, I 10() a.m.of CHURCH HEILBRONN, HIGHWAY BAPTIST< 16 N.

lis Mrs. Martin.., Mrs.Camblll. C.W. Hardy. Fourth Mrs. Sunday School 9:45
-Rev. Bobby Harris, pastor. Pastor Worship 11:15.: Sun- a.m
Cub Scouts held The AI Bachmann, Miss Zoe 'terry. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper, Morning
and. <1 2 and Mrs. Kitty Crews day Night Service, 7:30: () p.m. Morning Worship II. Training |
their Pack meeting Wednesday children thoroughly enjoye Thursday, April 29, winners: GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE Sunday School 10 a.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Service -

night April 28, at 7:30.: () A seeing all the different animalsand First place, Mr. and Mrs Mike WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship II a.m. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: () p.m. Rev. Albert Knight, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer I 1
vaudeville show was presented. ha d their picnic lunch at Falkel; second place Mr. and Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sunday Services Booster Band, Young Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; pastor. Service, 7:30.: I

Den I had a skit called the Zoo. Some purchased sou- Mrs. Bill Bartlett. Third place, School 9:30: : Morning! Worship", People, and Prayer Service), 6 Morning Worship, II a.m.Even- -Rev. L. Tommy Howe
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith. f
at the Zoo gift shop. 11 League Night Service pastor.
venlers ; p.m. Worship 7 )
f Cub Scout p.m. Evening p.m. 7p.m. Wed. Prayer -
"Brotherg-ln-Law. ing ; LAURA BAPTIST
Fouth place, Mr. and Mrs. 6 CHURCH
Mrs. Whltford's fourth grade pjn. -- Rev Jasper Williams
in Midweek Service, Wednesday and Bible Study, 7
Style. Scouts participating Starnes. Meeting Sunday Schools 9:45: .;
traveled by pastor
skit were left Jeroisan, class recently 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland, p.m. Book of Psalms.G.F. MorningWorshipllamEvenlug CHURCH OF'JESUS CHRISTOF i
Parents evvatt
Jon Lentz, Teddy Crouch. and to sent St.on Augustine.this Held trip were pre- MORE SCHOOL NEWS FIRST UNITED METHODIST Pastor. pastor. Everyone .Worship 7:30: p.m. Mid- LATTER DW< SAINTS i

-arrv Sano.Performing. Mrs. Duncan and Mrs Wood. The May Festival at Melrose STARKE Welcome. week Bible Study, Wednesday. 1404 E. Bessent Road
( for Den 2 were HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
7:30() Sunday Priesthood 8:30
The PTA will hold a Rummage Elementary School and Satur- : a.
Scouts James Mcintosh who! Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning (Highway 100 at Theressa) I
!Be in church m. Sunday Scl",10 i a.m. Sac-
Watch(for date 1 Sunday.
Sale soon. day, May was very success
Chris Stan Worship 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School- a.m. Morning FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURru
Mann has returned home The Festival began with a Frank Jarvis raiaeni, 6 p.m.
W.H. ful.
MYF pastor.
groups Training Sch
i magic aetas- .Youth Worship U a.m. Sunday Service:Sunday Monday Mia '
after visiting New York City parade through town. Participating : : pjn.
slsted by Richard Mo'.cyk and Wednesday Choir Rehearsal Union 6:30: p.m. j Even- 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship,
Bab- Ala- : 11r Tuesday Primary 4:30 |
in the :
and with Mrs. parade were AVE p.m.
Prayer Meeting WE
pjn. 7:15
Robin Ashley Ing Worship 7:15 P.m. 10:45: a.m. Evening Service : DON'T 11 Wednesday '.
Cub Scouts receiving awardsat cock In Stamford Beulah, Conn.liar He also in chua and Putnum fire County truck; patrol 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Night Prayer Services p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun- well get it for you. Off,!e 7:30: () p.m. Relief Society I
visited Mrs. Melrose boyson
this meeting wero Jon Lentz cars 7:45.: 7:30 Rev. Merle 6:30 Supplies, Furniture .
Va. mini-bikes the MajorettesIn p.m. day : p.mJC. Equip- Jesse D. Branson, Branch !
Richmond ,
Bob Badge, Larry Singleton Mrs. R.W. Becker Is horn their costumes marching -DeWitt T, Farabee, Jr. Packham, pastor. Brown, minister ment. Bradford County President
Mltchel Jackson
Robin ,
Ashley, Telegraph.
again after visiting friends in twirling batons. Several flag
Single ton and Wade Crouch
Billy Delray Beach. Fort Myers, and bearers trucks carrying children LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL .

received Webelos.heir receiving year pins.Athlete and Awards Becker Orlando.toured While Lion traveling Country Mrs.and riders Cub and clowns.Scouts, horse-back Sunday HOLINESS School CHURCH 9:45: a.m.; r-----;.==.=:::=.=::::.=.==.=.=::::::.=.::.=.=.==.: -- ::::;----, ,

were Billy Singleton
Wade Crouch. The Webelos sold the the new Dlsneyworld area. A large crowd of childrenand Morning Worship 11 Youth I if I
Service 8 Worship
pun; Eveningajn.
adults alike attended the
drinks at the meeting and earned
festival which lasted from 3 7 p.m.Tuesday.

:J2. Mrs. H.A. Barrett recently to 8 Prayer Meeting 7:30: 1 LETTER PERFECT ...........................................................................
Harry Fussell is the new Cub pm.
Scout Muster.(\ Webelos meet visited her sister in Atlanta.Mr. Bill Black was the first one P.m.Rev. 1 t I rttt ttttIt ItIfIr r t::I::m jJtjimttttr I II .-
each Saturday morning 10:30: at and Mrs. Dick Johns to be dunked and get soppingwet Chauncey,pastor. I : :: became of well done ................................ .............................................. J '. "
the Parish House of Trinity have been visiting Mrs. Ada in the Dunkln' Booth NORTHSIDE BAPTIST 1 SATISFIED : a job :::::::::::::: "'::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::: .'
: ;: : :: : :
Episcopal: Church. Webelos Ford for several days. Throwing the baseball to dunk CHURCH I :;;;; The lad check reveal a well organized, :..:.:::::..:.:::.:::::: ::.:::::..:::..:...:.:..:..:..::;...:.;..:..:..:..::::.:.:::::::::..:::..:..::.:.:::. t

leader li Cordon Lee of John- Mrs. Francis Savage is visit- Mr. Black was Deputy Jerald Sunday Morning Worship" ;::::::: ;.::.::::.:::.::::::.?' }::::::::::;::;::::::::;;::::;;:::::::::::::::::::::;:::::: .
son. Den 1 and 2 meet every ing her aunt, Mrs. V.W. Williams of The Alachua Sher- 9:45: Sunday School, II. Sunday carefully/ typed letter! and now ..:..::.:. :..:........:..:::.................... I II .
Steiner? Mrs. Steinert recently ; :: :: ::::::::: .::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::;:::: .
Tuesday at 2:30: p.m.Meet- rlf's Dept. One ball hit the Evening Worship 6 p.m.Train I :: :: :..:.::..:..:..:;. .:..::..:::.:.:..:...:.:..:..:...... .... ..:
her boss for hitimpection : ::.
honored on her eightieth 1m:::;( the I Is ready to present it to : .. : ::: : ::::::::: : ,

Ings homes. are Den 1 held leader in Leaders'is Mrs. was birthday with numerous friends mark Roars of after shouts about and six laughter tries. ing Union. 7:30.Thursday Teachers(). and Officers I ;;;::;:: : and (signature :...:..:.::::::::: 1 ":::;.:..;..:.:.::.::::;:.::.:.::.::.;;.::.::.::.::;.::.:.;:.:::.;:.::.::.:;.;:.:.:::.:.:: I

Elaine Ashley, Den 2 leaderis and relatives spending the day went up from the crowd of child Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer :::::::: :::::::: .:.:::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ;::::::::::::::::
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Mrs. Mud Fussell. and having a large birthday ren watching their coach get Meeting 7:30.Edward: I ::::I;: Each of/ u* need to periodically check our ':':':':'. :::::::;:::::::::;::::;;:::::::::::.: I
dinner. dunked. :::.: ::';':':':':." .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::.;.:::::.::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::
The Scouts held a summer C. Harvey, pastor.PlNEHlLb :..:..:...:.:..:. lives, that all i.i in order and .:..:.:.:.;.:.:. ...:....:::..:..::..:::......::..::..::.....
May Parents 12, at Planning 7:30: at Meeting the Parish on Aleen Week-end Adle were guests her of brother Mrs. The ,met Melrose May 4 Action In the Committee Melrose -- I :.m:..:;..:;:.:.::.: making lure Lord. Are :.:.:.:::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.:'.".... ,. :..:;::.:...:.::..::.::.::::::::::::::;:.:.:::::::::.:.::.::.::.::.::.::.;:.;:.::.:;.::.:;.:: I '" .

and sister-in-law, the James CONGREGATIONAL K* would nand an Inspection: by the ;:::: :::::::: :t ::itr::{ ::ii:: : :::::::::; ..... I
House. Parkers of Jacksonville. All Llbrary'at7:30'p.m.T..f\. METHODIST CHURCH :;::::: :::::: :.:.:..:.:.: : }:::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.
Seven members' Eliam Baptist Cunningham, guest speaker, Sunday School 10 Morning I we letter, "perfect' 11 Would He be satisfied, .". "...". '........... .
Church attended the Vaca- enjoyed a trip to Cypress Gar- presented the on the : ajn. I:::::; .::: i iI ::::::;:::: .... .
tion Bible School Clinic at the dens Guests Sunday.of the R.D. Westmore- Lake Butler. Receptional Cen vice Worship 6 p.m. 11 Evening a.m. Youth Worship Ser- I :::;::::::: : with u.? It i i. true that none of ut are perfect .::::::::::::::;:::;: I II

North Central Baptist Churchin S*
Gainesville last Thursday lands this past week-end were ter.Plans 7:30: p.m. I .:.;:.:.; but if we study God f .; ".:..:... I"I
The clinic three John and Fran Westmoreland have been made to holda Rev. Neal Starling, pastor. :,.:.:.:.; '.w," "
Morning. was .....
I ::::, word and drive
hours long and very Informative Durham N.C. Mrs.Zellle Bush, health clinic the first Monday ,
and Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Corley of each month beginning in
of Jacksonville. June.'Children from six months AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH ........... to follow Cod's will. .

SCHOOL NEWS Mr and Mrs. Joe Largen and of age and up can receive their Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- He will be F I Iatbfitd
First class and family and Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Immunization shots. Putnam Ing Worship. 11 a.m.; Evening .
child grade class taught by exceptional Mrs. Palmer and family of Jackson- County; Heaim Nurses will be In Worship, 7. p.m.; Wed. Prayer 1:::::::::: with u*. I II -. ,, :
Benson and Mrs. M.irchlnton ville spent the week-end with chage. The Clinic will be held Meeting and Bible Study, ::::: was.ia wraa a, .

respectively made a field tripto the Ray Cambllls on Lake Ser- In the Melrose Day Care Center. 7 p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng I I I

the Jacksonville Zoo on April Also the Melrose Action Com- every Monday, 7 p.m. .. ..,. I
27. It wan an all day ena.Duplicate Bridge winners: mittee will hold a Flea Market G.F. Prevatt pastor. Everyone =>* I IM1

field trip. Students traveled by Tuesday April 27, First place May 22, from 9 to 3. Welcome. ,
bus and were chaperoned by Mrs. Robert Clare Mrs. S.P. Donations of clothing furniture -

their teachers and the follow- Sashoff; Second place Mrs. B. and baked goods are ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC I :v.v.vm;:::;:;::: ATTEND .
ing parents: Mrs. Archer Mrs. A. Allen.., Mrs. II.T.Dent.Third needed for the Flea Market. CHURCH, STARKE
The sale will be at the Melrose Father James Cregan,,pastor ;:::: CHURCH ,

. AAA *** * Day Care Center and donationsmay Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday! I :*/>:: I II

be left there. Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, II

7 p.m.Conlea.lona. I = II I

-- Saturday 6 ......
Law Day ProgramAt p.m.School I II II I
of Religion:
I _. Club School Sunday 11 I I
,.,. Rotary to 12 -- lanw.sat-e1 ew.rrl.pwyNIAN.wM Mrw.wp.1W. h..l"p, ,1,Mi !I.w a\\uN11'q1 .:.'

a.m.High School noon. -- Wednesday .Ia.a .......-lor_.stywne.I..b. 'I. ...."M.Myne.r... wf.I, "" : I

II William C. Alrth assistant 7 to 8 p.m. .Ikk .lin..ii| to *t a.. II CW, M fHiiimmil w MCiotr M .., .t. Wt .,HI/ k.l .
/ f Public Defender, Gainesville, trw.s.* ....triitiim _..kiM w spoke at the Starke Rotary Club ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC .hM MM. HM. W .fe... M...... 'W Mt .Mt. ClMflll" 'IK 'MM Uti .1 l ll>. .01''". 0;; iJ I .

J Wednesday, May 5, in observance CHURCH, MACCLENNY II Mmwe nil lilt ...." kysm. rw. h.nw. mar .ww..M.I/ .,.hd/. ..d ,.,. .'
of Law Day. U.S.A. Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy .MpMt. In ...OMik twiM K .Mh .HM iradi ikM HM>l Mi' ... .. .... a Ir\ .:
torH tualrr.M.leMAh.ewI.a..w.Iddt/W
The speaker pointed out that Day Mass 5:30
1 : p.m. ,.'..." ... s? I :-
l the nation is in a period of
,: If
t q pYVl +11 change and that law must changeto GRACE BAPTISTCHURCHSTARKE

dtldf' : keep up with the need of the __-----__________ ___ ____________
times "But the only way to Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -
have beneficial change la -
Worship at 11. Training
through government, Alrth Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship /
said. "We cannot achieve constructive 7:30. Wednesday Prayer STARKE "66" :
i t ,,1 ,
change through anar- Meeting, 7:30..Rev.. Leon T. FLORIDAEST :::1
c Odom, Jr., pastor SERVICE
During this period of charge .:

? It is important to protect the ST, MARK'S EPISCOPAL c, Hill Edwnrds I'h. 1)64-7231)
x: 3 t rights of private property the CHURCH, STARKE ;s ; '. \
speaker said. He also pointed Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. O"IROL Tire TruingHeadlight ,

NATURAL HIGH out that the very foundation informed Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd =.:;.-, Adjusllna-
of our democracy an -
Sundays, II
a.m. Morning Prayer I QtUIIIf'' to.
public. 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday Brake Service
The speaker was introducedby :
"A FOLK MUSICAL ABOUT GOD'S SON" Rotarian Earl Jones.There 11 a.m. Carl Hurst Phone 964611124HR. Wheel Halnnce and

EYC-Sundays, 6 p.m.
composed by 339!) E. Call St. Starke Fla. Alignment I


-.::.'::: Hlway 301 and 100
and Estimates
(; !
'Inspections AU !Minor !Repairs 1
.... tlO S. Temple Starke
.. STARKE 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
.. -
; :\
fLT ;... Opportunities for service: I I
?O. Sunday Sunday School, 9:45: BRADFORD I
The Youth Choir are many devices ina awn.. Morning Worship at 11, STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDS
man's heart neverthelessthe "Peter'
: sermon Denial and

) OF THE counsel of the Lord-that Recovery": ACTEENS Meet SUPPLIES, Inc. Grocery and Market ABSTRACT CO.

shall at and. (Proverbs 19, Immediately after morning I

21.) worship service Q5-17 year Groceries Meats Feed Better Service For Your
First Baptist Church girls); TraInIng Union, 6:15: ; Featuring Ace I

MADISON STREET Evening Worship 7:30: sermon Paint Suppliesand GAS AND OIL Title Problems .
BAPTIST CHURCH "Why Do' the Heathen Rage?" Complete .

Monday Youth Choir Practice Sporting Goods .Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. Abstracts \
Sunday School, 9:45; Morning 7 pun.
Worship at U; Tranlnlng Union, TuesdayJunior Choir 3:30 S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance I
:1 MAY 23 AND JUNE 5 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; ***.l; Girls In Action 4:15.: "Check With Us First" PHONE 964-5312. i
Evening Worship 7:30.: Wednesday Family 15HV.' Call Ph. 964-68R1
: .M. Monday Youth Choir Practice Supper 8 pjn. Prayer Mitt 219 Washington St. 984-5270 I

7 p.mTuesday lug, R.A. Meeting.Acteen.., 6:30;
Mission Friends, Teachers and Officers Meet
Girls In Action Acton, 3:30: lug, 7:15: ; Church Choir Prac- CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
r tice 8:15.: I
BRORD HIGH Wednesday Family Night, Thursday -Church Wide Vist-! Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our !Members Live l! tterElectrically"

Meeting 7:30: t Dan, 7 pjn.
6:30j Prayer ;
AUDITORIUM -Key..tone Heights-Phone 473.4911
Church Choir Practice: 8:30.: -W.A. Hogan pastor
-Denton SumraU pastor.

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L-j / paw,. IA Tool_..&., M-wll. 1971) .

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!I Mrs. Murrht Council Decides

fu KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROS'E I For Riiommtndd VacancyIn & Dances Will Be Allowed I i

a special meeting on Maj

1 Keystone Nil/iles 3 the Board of of Clay County County Commissioners unanimously To Start On

1- Indians Set Blue & White Murrhee of endorsed Keystone Mrs.Heights Kitty; ProbationThe I

By GLORIA REDFEARN to succeed her husband, the

J Pl.ai Call 473-3288 or 473.4182 Game May 20; Newlon Quits the late board Otto J.until Murrhee the General Sr., E.on to widen generation at the Keystone threatened Heights * * * * I

I ... .. lection In November. The recommendation Council meeting Tuesday night Councilman Cannot
WOMAN'S CLUB slble. Come out to the School was sent to Gov. with "oldsters" generally lining -
I The Woman' Club of Keystone Field and see the youngsters I Ih Ii Reubln Askew who will makean up on the side of peace
Heights was presentedan In actor Refreshments available i appointment to fill the va and quietude, while youngsters Tell A Lie
Honor Score certificate from Iks cancy. pleaded for continuance of the
the FFWC and a certificate The appointment will hold only controversial Saturday night
of appreciation for contribution LITTLE LEAGUE STANDINGS until the next General Election Keystone Beach dances (He Chopped Down Cherry Tree)

to Trout Pond Park Fund, Ties In AlDhabettcal order) when the office will be filled Al Watson, whose residence
FFWC by the voters for the adjoins the beach property
recent remain
at the Convention
.. opened the touchy subject George Washington had nothing had been planted by a dirty; bird
In Jacksonville Member. Team W/L .: lag year's of Mr. Murr- up on Safety Committee "
sitting on a fireplug.
Banner Food 3-1 hee's term. early In the meeting by requesting
of the club who attended were .. .. Chairman Gay Livingston.Livingston The safety chairman said that
that air dancesnot
Mrs. Earl Voylea, president, McKay Realty; 2-1 open too, cannot tell the offending tree was partially
be allowed to at
Mrs. Ralph Griffin, Mrs. John Gus & Mitch2 c resume a lie. He confessed
at Tuesday
hiding the fire hydrant and he
the Beach until the sound amplification -
Bird and Mrs. Albert Bach-
I I night's council meeting that had also received
is reduced to whereIt complaints
mann. Keystone Bank 2-2 Wlit1G JsURClI
he chopped down the
Keystone Jewelers 2-2 '. does not constitute a nuisance cherry that It obstructed the view at
tree-- with his ax, yet! a street intersection."So .
SMORGASBORD SUPPER Kim's Shell 0-3 Rev. Lawtence Carroll, pas or a health problem.
"It was Just wild
cherry took my ax and choppedit
"Excessive noise Is definitely
The annual Smorgasbord supper tree," Livingston "
opined "that down
tor.Sunday he boldly confessed.
sponsored by the Woman' A game between Kim's School, 9:45: ; Morning a form of pollution, Wat-

Club will be served from 5:30: Shell and McKay was postponeddue !... Worship at U; Church Training son said. *. *_ .. ._ .. ., ., ., .. .A ... .. .1. ...

to 7:30 p.m on Saturday May to rain. .. .. .. .. ... .... ..."."v .... ......., .. .... .. ._...:' ; ..i. 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship At Its April meeting a petition r r r '" '" '" '"
15, at the Club. Tickets will 7:30.: containing! 52 signatureshad public nuisance "If the Club
matter Lions not
be sold: In front of the Post MAIL BOX IMPROVEMENTThe Monday Youth Choir Prac- been presented) : to the Coun- said the was
Finding all receivers covered, quarterback: Rabin Hen cil asking that the summer goes to court, we may wind large enough, however, for the
Office from 9 to 11 a.m. the week of May 17 through tice, 7 pirn.Tuesday up with no dances at all he
week before the supper. Tickets 22nd has been selected for your derson rounds left end. for a five yard gain. Mission Friendsand dances at the Beach be ter- told Smysor. "In the Interestof summer other dances.In action. Tuesday night

will also be available at Postmaster make Inspectionsof Girls In Action, 3:15; Hour minated. the community, the beach Council heard
the door. Tickets are $2.50 the Rural Route boxes Listed of Power (Prayer Meeting) Watson's remarks were operation should abide the :
By Jay Ellis field, Paul Lelno. quickly challenged by Mrs. Arthur by our -Mayor Starnes report that
Including tax. below are things the Postmaster 7 p.m. Adult Choir Rehearsal., requests and not Ignore them the Farmers Home Administration
Hostess Committee Is will be l looking fort: 1- Ketch who said she lived
Mrs.A. "
as In the
The Keystone Heights High DEFENSE 8.Thursday past, concluded. had agreed to make an
next door to Mm and that the
Ketch, Mrs. W. Keeth, Mrs.R. Boxes designed to protect your Churel'lwideVIsItatlon. Chairman Everett Fox
School Indians the Ends Tim said of the water system
are nearing Coetzman, Ricky music did not bother her. She appraisal
mall from weather neat In Acteens 3:15.
Lambing Mrs. A. Nelson appearance :
that the
and located end of spring football practice' Davis, Brian Stanley. Bob said that she had children attending city; has ordinances during the week of May 24.
Mrs. F.M. Smith Mrs. K. convenletly -
Lig- In oreoaratlon for the annual .The monthly business meetIng covering the operation of sound -Airport Committee Chairman .
the dances and that
D.Speed.. E. Johnson and Mrs. and box. 2Name number must of the be owner shown Blue & White game. was held Wednesday even.Sutanndd she would like to see them trucks and amplifiers that would Watkins report that the

on the side of box visible to Head Coach Roy Bayless, assisted : Time Bible continued rather than have the enable Council to regulate the new hangar would be completedIn
by coaches Charles New- Prayer The beach operation If necessary about 30 days.
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB carrier as he approaches. 3- main young people of Keystone go Councilman: : Gay Livingston
Ion and Lyndle Klrtley have : Item of business was a -Safety Committee Chairman
out of town for entertainment.Her
Boxes must be located on right
The Junior Woman's Club Installation
drew when he
a laugh said
whipped Into shape what Is expected Joint recommendation of the sentiments echoed Livingston state that one old
hand side of the road In dir- were
of new officers will "I'm little hard of
a hearingand
to be next year's football Deacons and the Church Council by Mrs. Jack Miller of Lake abandoned car in the city had
be held on Thursday May 13, ection traveled by carrier. 4- I can't hear the musicat
team. There are 27 players to adopt the outreach plan Santa Fe whose T.C. anda been moved, and a letter would
at 7:30: p.m. at the Club. Boxes and should be son, my home (about two miles
supports out for spring training recently completed by the Florida companion be sent to the owner of a second -
Mrs. Jean McCoy DistrictV painted and fastened presented a petition away) but I can feel the vi-
with all candidates able to play Baptist Sunday School one. Instructing that It be
containing some 300 signatures
fa "
Director will be the Installing brations. He said that
to Its support 5Flag painted both offense and defense. Board. This program Is designed (most teenagers) requesting young moved.
officers. red so it can be seen by car- to reach people through that the dances be people aren't satisfied now Just Mayor Starnes also requested
Members of the Senior Club rier. 6- The approach to your OFFENSE R Sunday School growth, witness continued. to"hear music, "they must feel and received Council approval -

are cordially Invited to attend. box should be kept In good con- Ends-- Mike Shivers, Larry training, personal witnessing Watson said tie was also sympathetic it. for the donation of$200
dition. Turknett, Sonny Loudon, Listen 1 and outreach actions In homes with the needs of young Livingston had been named in city funds to help finance
Pickren.Rob Dazey Larry Institutions and unchurched chairman at the April meetingof the annual 4th of July celebra
Mail boxes that meet the a- areas people, and stressed that he
The 1971 Little League Is )In committee to
a Investigate
bove contributeto Vaughn. and Is a twoyearplan.The don He also suggested, and
requirements was not asking that the dancesbe :
full swing after 4 weeks of the matter and make
efficient Tackles Pete Vaughn, Jim Church voted unanlmlously received approval that mem-
more delivery o- stopped only that the vol-
play. The 4 sponsors from last Leukel Jack to adopt the plan. to the Council. bers of the city: police force
Jay Ellis Meek
tl your Rural Car ume of amplification be reduced
Banner Food (Al Watson) When asked for his he
year; sides A Is tentatively report not be allowed to patrol the
Mike Wrinkle, Larry Knepper.
rier making a significant scheduled tor or that the pavilion be
Kim's Shell McKay Realty; Gus said: "Terms of the lease do
Guards Jack Funderburke May 23 Saturday dances as employeesof
contribution the enclosed that
to ap- so the sound would
& Mitch and American Legion but noise mu.tbe
oearance of the countryside.Take Mike Packard Jim Passwator which will be Church Commitment be somewhat contained. permit dances the beach management. "We
were Joined this year by Sunday for this controlled. If we allow dances want them there, but as city
a look at your mall box Steve Bird, Gerald Keith. new pro' "Mr. Smyson Isn't a poor
State Bank and this
Keystone Key- to start again summer "
to 'see what Improvements you CentersBrian Stanley Bob grew man," he said, referring to employees, Starnes said.
stone Jewelers for 6 and continue to
a team they constitute -
Brown. New business also Includedthe Paul Council also voted to pay $35
can make before your Postmaster Smysor of Gainesville
league.Ed makes the Inspection stated QuarterbacksBob Burner Larry Turnknet haulsIn reactivation of the Church who owns the old Keystone Inn a nuisance, they should of a remaining balance of 65.:
Bennett, League President Robin Henderson. a Blue for 12 Building Committee, consisting be closed"He 73 on four large civic club
above. Remember the Postmaster pass a and leases the beach facilities
the best said the wouldbe
predicts sea.onever of Tommy Bob problem signs placed at highway en-
Rick Wheeler MUllcan.
is counting on you to Running yard gain. from the city. "He could enclose
with team and It to determine the volumeof
no super help make the report to the Tim Goetzman, Ricky: Davie Henderson. Pat Loudon, Mrs. the pavilion. Install heat trances by the Rotary Club;
looks like close Each sound that would be
a race. Anabel 1 Anthony and Mrs.Georgia considered granted Starnes' request that
Mike Shultz Jack Shef- -
Department 100 percent. Brown, Sonny Loudon. and air conditioning and have "The
team all
plays others twice on objectionable.
Wolf, for the purpose of his January appointments to
a Home and Home series. A Tackles Jim Leukel. Jim dances the year 'round. City of Gainesville is workIng -
for the police force continuedfor
single game each Friday at 6 GOLF COURSE Tournament at Deerwood and Passwater, Jay Ellis, Jack pe.torlum.considering plans a new Smysor, who was In the audience on a noise level ordinance," the rest of the calendar

p.m. with a double header startIng The Keystone Golf & Country Hidden Hills Country Club In Meek, Mike Wrinkle, Gerald Sympathy Is extended to the said such renovation he said, pointing out that anything year; heard Councilman Red-
Club Ladles Associationwill Keith. at this time would delay
at 4 p.m. Saturday Is the Jacksonville recently. O.J. Murrhee Sr. family on planshe above 92 declbles: is injurious fearn report that money (an
host a Card-Luncheon- GuardsMike had for future constructionof
The HERE N' THERE Packard,Jack He said
weekly schedule. to
seasonIs the death of Mr. Murrhee, Sr. hearing. estimated $1,200)) ) was not available -
Dessert Party at 12 noon on Funderburke an entire new beach facl-
; Larry
Welcome Knepper.
scheduled to end Saturday* Keystone to Mr. and to Lester Sheets & child- the Intensity of the beach music for Improvements to
June 19 with May 28 at the clubhouse. Price and Mrs. Kenneth Linebackers Steve Bird lity.; He expressed regret that
a play-off for the Relgherd who ren on the'death of Mrs Tina had been estimated at the city: tennis courts and
will be $1.75 and Pete the of the dances
per person reservations Vaughn, Liston operation
Championship entirely pos- are living on Lake Brooklyn Plckren. Sheets. declbles.: .., granted a request from the
I must be made. Call and moved here from Portage Robin Henderson. had resulted In some citizens Councilman Roy Watkins Recreation Center that Its Sun

Mrs. Everett Fox 473.4148 for Pa. Mrs. Reighard Is the sister Halfbacks Larry Turknett, being displeased and outlinednew stating his Interest In epter-/ day hours be extended from the
your reservations. There will of Mrs. Hilda Dey. Rob Dazey Paul Lelno. Mike policies for the operation talnment for the young people present 1 to 6 p.m. to 1 to
be prizes for each table and a Mr. and Mrs. David Schaef- Shivers. Services Held which he said would be put made a motion that the 10 pm
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS door prize. Mare jour plans fer and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Safeties Bob Hurter, Jack Into effect this summer: city allow the beach to open
to attend. Magann, Jr., the former Mary Sheffield, Mike Schultz Rick For Mrs. Sheets 1. That volume will be lowered with the noise level "greatly -

The monthly luncheon and: Ann Schaeffer, spent the day Wheeler Larry Vaughn. At KeystoneMrs. more than before. reduced." He added, "If At the request of the Sportsman'
business meeting!, of the Ladles with their mother for Mother's 2. That net proceeds from the its not controlled, 1 will vote Club, a letter will be
Golf Association was held The annual Blue and White dances will be spent on improvements next time to close the dances." written to the Alachua County
May 6. Voncllle Ketch Social on Day.Mrs.. Harold Sutton has returned game will be played at the Tina Sheets 57, of Keystone to the beach and Watkins' motion passed by a Board of Public Instruction

Chairman, was In charge and from a vacation, with her KILS field Thursday. May 20 Heights died Tuesday inn. 4-0 vote with Councilman Huntley asking that children attending
DIRECTORY her committee, Alice Nlebert. family In Norfolk. Va. After at 7 p.m. May 4, in Bradford County Hospital 3. That all requirements of Redfearn. Jr. abstaining its camp on Crystal Lie& be
Corrine Walker and Gloria returning Mr. and Mrs. Sutton after an extended Illness. supervision for the dances will because, "I'm prejudiced on restricted from the ravine a-
Rawlings served lunch to 39. spent some time In Lake- NEWLON RESIGNS Born in Ohio on Sept. 4, 1913 be met. the subject" rea which Is used by the club
Winners for the day were: let land with Mr. Button's mother. Coach Charles Newlon, head she was a member the Christian Mayor Ray Starnes said he Prior to the vote, several for archery and target prac-
S.E. McKAY. REALTOR low net, Voncllle Ketch 2nd Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Hardy basketball coach and assistant Missionary Alliance: had received complaints about members of the Lions club
Keystone low net, Mildred Sutton; and have returned from a vacationin football coach for three yearsat Church. the dances for the past five spoke, emphasizing that they tice.Attorney Myron Prevatt submitted -
Heights 473-4816 lowest putts, Louise Gallop.; Ft. Lauderdale.Mr. KHS, has resigned effect Surviving are her husband, years "I have recommendedthat were not seeking to close the a request from the Community
Appraisal Service 18 participated in the 18 hole and Mrs Ron Green, ive the end of this school year Lester G. Sheets of Keystone; the building be enclosedso beach dances as a matter of ; Church for the closingof

The Best, in Lakefront group. In the 9 hole group winners the former Aggie Watson, from to enter private business In two daughters Mrs. Thelma that adjoining property owners competition. Dances have been an alley bisecting Block 13,
Live Oak, spent the weekend Miami. During his three yearsas Moyer and Mrs. Donna Rodgers can enjoy their homes, he held at the Lions Club duringthe which Is entirely owned by the
Home, Acreages, ReneleASSOCIATES were: let low net, Mary with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. basketball coach he has ; one son. Arthus Sheets; said, "but my requests have winter because It could be church. It will be necessaryfor
Arnold; and tied for low putt, A.B; Watson. coached his teams to two dis one brother, and two sisters been Ignored. heated, and It was generally (the city; to give the churcha
Joan Wright and Gloria Raw- trict championships and all of New Brighton Pa. Starnes said. that Florida law
Mr. and Mrs E.T. Martin produced agreed that the sound was not quit claim deed to the alley
Mf.. Melba llgcn 473-4740 lings. 9 participated In the 9 have returned from a trip to one regional runnerup Services were held Friday provides that ten people can so objectionable there, although property if it Is closed, Pre
Col. J. Chdllngton 473-4879 hole group. Atlanta. team. May 7, in Sylvania Hills Memorial bring action to have a business some complaints were re- vatt said In order to meet
L.. J. Roblnton Gordon Bullock and former Mrs. Gay Livingston Miss Park in New Brighton closed down if It becomes a ceived. Several In the audience title Insurance requirements.

Pooh.I Can 473-4041 473-403S. Keystoners, Gordon Lee and Iva Hiriyer, Mrs. John Strawn, Mrs Annie Harper DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home '" ... _........"""-...,.,,,'.."''''''' ......ANo\AAy""""""Yo...".....,.."',..."'''''.......".............".. ... u__
Clarence Porch participated Howell and her was In charge of local arrange -
1 Mrs. Foster
In the Senior Championship daughter-in-law. Louise have Dies at Age 96 ments. F i

returned from a trip to Ma- c= I INDIAN BEACHLake =:J

While 1 away they made Miss Annie Harper 96, of CARD OF THANKS I
side trips to Algiers. South Melrose, died Thursday May ( Santa Fe)
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home 6 In West Florida --
Africa, and Madrid, Spain a hospital Your kind expressions of By: Michael II. ChlUy
We are sorry to hear that after a lingering Illness. She Phone 475-1(12
Mrs. Millie King of Keystone was a native of Georgia, and a sympathy and are deeply appreciated
STARKE Club Estates suffered a fall retired Bible teacher. gratefully acknowledged -
-the family of OttoJ. Greetings friends
that resulted In a broken elbow Funeral services were held Sr.LOST and neigh- hope you have many morel! Hospital, my family is stretched
PHONE 9616200KEYSTONE that required surgery. at the graveside In Melrose Murrhee bors from your wind-blown Lou Miller ban been visiting out over three hospitals at onetime
Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Rushton Cemetery at 2 P.m. Sunday Rolling-Reporter. Boy if we her mother Mrs. Ruby Dyal Gary and Barbara Sulli-
have returned from a trip to with Rev. Thomas Geyer officiating BIKE could Just harness all that wind in Aiacnua uenerai Hospital. van and son James were supper
'I.' HEIGHTS South Carolina where they visited DeWltt C. Jones Funeral NEEDS OWNER we've been having, we could all A cream colored male Chihuahua guests of ours recently Aunt
with Mr. Rushton's brother Home of Keystonellelghb be mllllonares off the power wandered up to the Chick Clara Sullivan of Wiliiston,

PHONE .&17.13176PERSONAL: was In charge arrangements., The Jiffy Store in Keystone company we could have. As Hurst home last week and on spent Monday mgnt ana lues-
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Henschel l Heights you could plainly' tell Just by over to the Gills. If anyone has day with us last week.
would like for the
and family entertained Mrs. The senator from Maine Is the wind, my father James was lost a dog of this description, Raymond and Gladys Mal-
Henschell's aunt and uncle:.Mr; out after J. Edgar Hoover. youngster who left a bicycleat off a week and had planned to please call us. phurs of Jacksonville, who havea
store several
and Mrs. IH.H. Schroeder Mr. Even if he doesn't land him to pick It weeks ago fish every by with Myron For some strange reason home next door to us, are
and Mrs. Herman Schroeder it* not often that a Muskle 473-upPhone 418 for Pierce, but those mini-gales everyone was gone when we celebrating having a new 8-
Mrs. Earl Hayner and Mrs. gets a chance to brag about tion of the bicycle. a descrip changed their plans. Myron got called for news, and I'm afraid pound 12-ounce granddaughter.
IIIII! LOANS Mimi Blakely with dinner Sun the big one that got away aggravated with our weather this Is all we could round up The proud parents are Bugs

day evening. Mr. and Mrs. f'.4 ,.':* MSf: 1=1..n. I .... .., so ne and Thelma headed home this week. So until next week. and Nancy Malphurs, also of
MH Schroeder are moving to for Hue/ton, Ala. May the good Lord bless and Jacksonville
Hobe Sound and will be greatly We were visited by A.B. keep you all. Mrs. Frances Smith of
missed by all their friend. I NeY.Jotes I James and Cricket, Myron and ( Greetings, from Gainesville. Tampa, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. C.A. WMsenant wantsto his wife Katie's brother That's right friends I said Daryl Barrows the first of last

II thank everyone for their Tommy Hodge, who came over Gainesville, No, I haven't week.
. cards, letters and flowers during EASTERN STAR nary for the business meetingthat for a visit with them all the moved, I'm Just staying in Mrs. Shirley Reddish and
r ,. : her recent confinement to followed.A way from Cornwall England.We Gainesville, for awhile, and asI children of Starke, visited her
the hospital. We hope to see The Keystone Heights Chap Memorial to a Past Grand certainly hope you like It write these lines I'm sittingIn parents Mr. and Mrs D.W.
Joyce up and around again very ter of OES held Its regular Matron of the OES of Florida here Tommy, and decide to a bedroom in Gainesville.You Carpenter Sunday evening.Mr. .

.$': soon. meeting on May 4, with Worthy was read by the secretary anda stay we'd love to have you see, my mother Cricketwas and Mrs. Bill liar leld
: Mrs. S.E. McKay Is recuperating Patron Floyd Koons open- silent tribute was contribu- and YOUr family. My parents, admitted to the Alachua and daughter Kelly and Mr.
: /' nicely following surgery ing the meeting and Worthy by the officers It was announced James and Cricket,and Myron*' General Hospital last Thursday and Mrs. Rodney Hlga of Ce
j: In the Medical Center. Matron Mattie Lee Klngsbury : that WUUam Reed,husband Thelma recently visited Buddy to have some tests run. cil Field Mr. and Mrs. Barney
[!:: Gainesville. officiating. The high light of of member Ruby Ellis In the Veterans Administration So Granny Copeland and I are Nelson of Mcintosh, Mrs. Ruby
:'I Mrs. Louie Peeler Is home the several programs was the Reed, had been hospitalised,and Hospital. Buddy has been staying with Uncle' Roy and Dyal of Gainesville Mrs. Don
; 30" MAY'71 N.1. I from Baptist Memorial Hospital Introduction and honoring of that Ben Mlxell Jr's mother scheduled for an artery Aunt Teem Crenshaw and Thorne and children of Charleston -
: In Jacksonville following Worthy Grand Instructor DIs- was to undergo surgery. transplant children. My father James and S.C., Mr. and Mrs. Robert

: When Matters. open heart surgery. trict 8, Louise Hardln of Lake The annual recognition of Mo Raymond and Gladys Mal- Aunt Teenle brought us over Crews and daughter Kathy, and
I Money .. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Red- Butler. As she Is a member of ther's Days observed by the phurs) of Jacksonville, were here, and from the looks of Wilbur and David Hutcheson of
the cash need fearn and daughters, June and Starke Chapter several of her chapter. All mothers were presented down at their lake home next all the stuff we piled In the Hawthorne all visited Jack and
i You can get you to meet by Sunbeam Pages two cars, you'd think we were
: Kathy enjoyed a Mother's Day chapter members attended as door Wednesday and part of Lqu Miller and family last Sun-
f' financial emergencies. or, borrow for celebration in St. Augustine at did members from Mississippiand Grace Keith PJJ P.M. and Paddy Thursday. moving. day Mrs. Nell Thorne and

': We make low- the home of Mrs. Redfearn's Pennsylvania chapters.The Clldrie, .. with a nyiy David Reid and sons, and George Reddish visited us children spent the week and
any worthwhile purppse. aunt and uncle, Col. and Mrs. initiation of candidate decorated, and flower bet Mrs. Helen Walker of Jack awhile Wednesday afternoon, Otis were Joined by her husband

: cost Personal Loans. fast.KEYSTONE Albert Durrell. Her maternal Joanne Roberts was conductedby decked bar of sweetheart soap. sonville, were recent guestsof Melton ate supper with me, Don on the weekend.
grandfather's birthday his all the officers of the chapter Past Matron Bea Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Carpenter. and Marshal and Nancy Beam Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Smith
: 80th, Mr. E.F. Whitney of Melrose with Conductress Arcena Chapter Mother was specially ate supper with Wayne and my and family of Live Oak, and
STATE BANK was< also celebrated. Wilson officiating In the cere feted, and presented to the entire G.W. Ellis celebrated his parents. So you see, our last Mr. and Mrs. XM Smith and
Chapter and pinned with a night home was a little busy
mony. birthday recently. Those helpIng family of Starke. were Sunday
Member F.DJ.C. Keystone Heights, FIo.m L10NELLAS Due to the resignation of Secretary lovely corsage of her emblematic I him celebrate Included: Mr. I visited my grandmother Palma guests of Mrs. Beulah Smith
Congratulations to Mrs. Bea Schroeder who Is flower the violet. The officers and Mrs. Ed Hal], Mrs. Minnie Chltty In Starke. Wednesday and Mrs. Ruby Wolfe Mrs
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly) Millie Smith on being named moving away, an election was also gave Bea a parting! Quinn, Johnny Quinn, Pat morning, and she went back Techla McCriff Jacksonville,
m Community." Llonella of the year at the held and Mrs. Phyllis Husseywas Brlnson. and Joyce Simmons Into the Bradford County Hospital -
meeting of the Lionella's on unanimously elected and all from Savannah, Ca., Happy that afternoon. With cousin -
: illJ .;}%tWi'f:: :':i;::jEa'r;:;i5;.yy; n&Um-m: : .' im April 7. assumed the office of Secre- (Continued on Next Pact) Birthday Mr. Ellis, and we Buddy Ellis in the V.A. Continued On Next Pscel

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I pent a few day with them dur- FISHING MARY CLASSIFIED: AD RAT I sage f4S iweek. completely nirnMied. Phone 064-Bf62.: "afo Brick HomesWe not necessary. Mature1,
ing the week and Mike Smith : Week avntlolblo! tn NEED LISTING NOW All conscientious iwotnnn prefer

fnd friend Patti. and Mr. and all The the Fishing time fellers Is getting! If Bettor I had Mlafamun Oar .... ,1.75 Jane Jab AiuitW/ and Be>M- XJROENTI Lake IciW. :Keystone Build Any Price 7823720.red. Call Home' Restaurant.!

Mr. Keith Cheshire of Gainesville been home and had time to workon CARTER (Ceveti IS word) tembcr. R. E. Edmondron. Penny Farm*, and Home Anywhere. In Flu., jtp
were Thursday guests. It, we'd probably have had a Back ward ever 15-7. Star Rout*. Box 32, Black Siesta cvrena. We also need WE ARRANGE ALL BEAUTIFUL Sealy Mattress A:
Sam. Dorothy, and Charles real good Report this week. Mountain. N. C. 28711, Phone large tracts, any size. Small rprtngs.' toncrsprmg ono foam.
Henry Butler of Ormond Beach Anyway here's what we have... le Eitra Charge if not (704) 6B9-6B61. tfcfrg twma. Call lade Cooley! FINANCINGLow Regular/ price. $09.95 set. TIlts

Dr. and Mrs. G.S. Mcintire and Griffin's Lodge(east hare San.ta PAINTS pal la advanceq.AssIFIED FOR RENT I bedroom, 2 oteeinaa locally. 833-2711. Down Payment week, $59.93 with! tnude-to at I
little Chris of Fitzgerald Ga.. Fe)Z bath unfurnished bcII .. M. A. Ftank LMUSUO, Jag Broker. Over a Hundred Design Ilnhmrr'a: DlIIl"OIl1f1t. techq I
Louise and Paulette ;
Charles 888-8873 or To Choose From
and Paul. Lee and SAME Per heb Payne 9B4-6J569. tfchg 76341S8.etdhg
Strandbert. FOR
Roy Griffin reported that the s-aa MERRILLCONSTRUCTION RENT-Furnished,! 3 bedroom
Greg Strandberg all from Jacksonville Shellcrackers were on the beds Memorial RtsolsiloMProclamation 4 Bedroom 2 tmtti home CO. houfle $CO por month. 211
were all Sunday guests awhile last Saturday and Just' completely remodeled. 8. Cherry( St. Call 004-6408. ltj
PRICE *, e&e7. word REDUCE sate and fast with 8 Miles North of Starkeon
of Mrs. Jo Strandberg. Sunday Sunday, Roy caught 17 Door; t lama Looted en Road GoBese Tttplota A: E-Va? U.S. 301
Jim and Evelyn Branmett Shell-crackers, and Mr. and CARDS OF THANKS 100 South. For. info vnattao caD Water pllla" Andrenn Pbar-

Mrs. Adams of Panama City; Mrs. Jimmy Bell caught! 37. J' word *!> lees .. __.. ...... 084-7701. Uobg macy. etp 5-13 Phone 964-8521 ,
were weekend guests of Pete Roy guided Bob Martin of AS Starke, Fla. tf .lIer. Brown
Ea h word 40 7.
and Joyce Barton, and they all Gainesville, and they caught! 9 ever EUNICE NURSERY

camped on the Oklawaha River. Bass Tuesday. Thursday, Roy LEW'S A1Jalea.a in cootatavem.: 33e or FOR SALE-HOirvla 65 good
Marvin Falrcloth: of Jacksonville Mr. Langford and they Jacksonville RVDY DOBBS CERAMICS black.
guided 3 for) '1.00 houm plants. condition, new motor,
spent last week at his caught 11 nice ones GOmo OUT of buoineea! sole.Halford. WELDING SHOP miles N. cf Laiwtey on 301. chrome 'VMee' :Beat Offer Ph. .

' lake homo, fishing and relax- 102 E. na. Rcl. is, intersection Turn at the sign. Ph. '782-3469. 7823538. 3tP 8'27
bwc.I .
; 121. Itcba Whispering Pines -JUp- Volkswagen
James and Marcie Kinchen Marvin Falrcloth and Jack t3ahgBARRETT FOR SALE-Laka Butler. 8
tel US 301() S. Phone
and son Larry of Jacksonville Miller caught a nice string ONE PORTABU2 magnavox room frame bungalow large New A Used
spent last weekend at their of Bream bugging one night color TV with stand for half 964.8252UTILITY : back yard, on Lake St. Phone 3alea Service
lake home. last week. twice and, one Motorola Qu_ TRAILERS 4733230. lip 6-20

ar TV odor set. Just! take up Water Condition 1 MI. North
I I payment at L thano"s Dlacount. FOR SALE: 3 (bedroom, 2 bathhouse
ttc.hllhi" GAS AND ELECTRIC ing and Pump Co. central heat air conditioned GAINESVILLEFOR

Y WELDING BRAZING wLUv garage. Assume
r SHEET METAL 130 Court Street tow interest. loan. Call) 864-.3240

I 1t TRAILER IIITCHES Phone 964.5832PLUMBING after 5:00: p.m. Itch

individual hearingreqlliremellls
t JIMMY MOORE'S All Brick HomesWe
her wrqr at no
REFINISniNG Water Conditioners SUN SPORTS Build Any Price

additional cost. ALL TYPES NOTICEStarke and Pumps MOORE BOAT FOR Home Anywhere In Fla.

. AIDS REPAIRED Expert Reproduction Heights area Customers Repair Department Starke Ph. 964-5791 Down Payment I

r 24 Hour ServiceWE Over a Hundred Designs I
r AINESVILLE HEARING C. E. JACKSON Hastings Mattressand Complete Outboard &: Tci Choose From

I 'i.t" AID CO. Stern Drive Service and
,l 1313 W. Madison Starke Upholstery SERVICE all appliances. MERRILLCONSTRUCTION

1137 N. W. 23rd Av.. Rebuilt cvppXancea for JI alsGlen's .- Repair. Complete Fiber- !; CO.

Pictured are Joyce Barton day of Fishing. We'll both die 710 St. Johns Are.PALATKA Appliance! & Service Co. glass Repair. Custom- 3 Miles North of Starkeon
; vilU Florida 32601
and Corlne Thleman holding a before we divulge informationas < CARL BEGGS 9B4-8057. tfChgA. built Fiberglass Fishing U.S. 301

string of 20 Bass up to 8 to when or where or how Phone 376-0095 Gulf Service Boats. Phone 961.8521
founds, which is about half they were caught! Right,Cap'n? Is Open AgainFURNITURE J. Thomas. Registered Real1l9b3.te Starke, Fla. tf
USED PARTS Rocker, Specializing in
of the total amount caught by Well, I've got more fish to
my father James recently,overa fry, so I'll sign oft. Till next ..... Price for Wrecked Cars ; Appraisals! for Estate*. IrxUVlduola !- WATER FRONT LOTS
period of 3.afternoons and I week Good-bye and and Corporate Owners.Alno .
good lucid
14 Hoar Wrecker Service FOR SALE!:
Repaired dRe.upholsured
J & H ELECTRICFOR rer.erT.l: real eettato! txffineas. -

Fuel Oil Thirty Yea/m/ experiencein On CtroBtay( Lake and Croaby
.I YYY.S::*SYA4::::::' M M1L'HMt ALL Vied Care NEW MATTRESSES Florida land matters. Tel. Lake Canal (Cans 10 feet [ISTING

, YOUR WIRING 964-5701. Starke. Florida' tf chi wide, 8 root deep) Located! on
Hwy. 101 N. Walfe
News NotesBy FREE ESTIMATES State Road 100, 3 miles West
Phone 468.1083 tu-un Fla. Ideal for vacation -
Call Collect 328-2144 FOR RENT: Small UDturD.l8hedcobtage
Helen Egan 24 Hour Emergency ; nice location: land) fargarden. cottage mobile home orInv..tm.en.t.

I Ideal for> retired,. couple .
Service SEWING MACHINE Cleaned Prtcea man at ll.29l.09. $200 FOR
(Continued from preceding page) P.O. Box 220 oiled and Adjusted in you Phone 9M-5B01 tfchg down and $33.00 month for 38

home (3.00. Vacuum cleaner FOR SALE-One saddled tnonUiai <8tt% simple later- YOUR LOT
gift for remembrance. Bea was ANNOUNCEMENTGrace Hampton, Flo. 32044 repairs also. All work' : ruannt4ued. SEWINGMACHINE (horse E. J. Raulerson. Phione eat).
more than a Chapter mother Keith Ways and Means 1-6; 6-10 Dennis E. Cacrlne, Phone' 782-3212 2p( 8-13 "
for she mothered the organization Chairman, again urges that 411-1428. tfchq Call M4-7701 8 sin to I
of the Chapter in 1959 participants for the Fashion POSTED SIGNS: Treated to pin weekday: tl $3,500
Show contact har 4734709 for SUPER rrnCK Vinyl Plastic withstand weather SOo each ,
(November' Instituting,) and Letters, all sixes color*. Perm Starke Golf
application for entering the Sales and Service 12.25 dot. Special price on larger LOTS FOR SALE
was Worthy Matron through the program. There will be several Plaza anent. for use on wood. glass. quantities. :Bradford County: Country Club, ready for
months: to Constituting In 1960 skit and entertainment pits) tie. paper, metal leather PFAFF NECCIH Telctraph. U building! on or for investment. 1600 SO. FTeUVINQ (
and Worthy Matron for the following between the showing of Home- Barber Shop ANTOnNdl' Bradford County New HomeUniversal Lots area approximately Here ,
year. She has worthilyand made Fashions. The date is 2'.I.rrapla. 03WATSON'S INSURANCEAT : and larger. Paved roadsonly OF V

faithfully held the officeof May 22, Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. $49:50: REDUCED RATES : 8 minutes from town.
secretary. Donation $1.FELLOWSHIP. Stark Plata: up AUTO. FIRE BOAT Frioea start at $1295.00. $200 AREA
Parts & Repairs on DOYLE E. CONNER
down and $35.00 per month.
ANNUAL CIRCLE LUNCHEON CLUB Hour 8 to 5'030 HOUSe of Vacuums all other Make Ma INSURANCE AGENCY Call 664-7701, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Women Covered Dish Luncheon at chines.NATIONAL. tell ttchg CALLSLADE
Community' ; Church Appointment. Many brtikto of MW vacuum
Organization has"comoof age"it 12:30: at Lions Club. Members If Preferred 139.00 up. Used machines from FOR RENT12' wide 2 bedroom

being the 21st birthday of the and guests be sure to bringa 110. Expert Reps!' .11 m kt.. trailer) outside cttyllmlte. O.C. Carries Nursery
establishment of the Circles on memento of i
your travels, or Phone 964.5030 Parts and Accessories! for afl 611 W. Univ. Ave. J. B. White, 964-6114 11
April 16, 1950. The first meeting an item of antiquity; for the Thousands of Plants! i
vacuums Built in Central ..41. :no answer' call 9648647.
was held In the home of program will be one of mem- 378.1355 Fruit Trees. Shade Trees,
ttum cleaning yvtems. 712 N. ;
Mrs. Bert Chrlstoffers, and ber HOME
participation. One of the FOR SALE-Bulldlnx on Me- Camellias
Evergreens" ,
\Main. Otlntavina 878-7110
12 members still active
those guest will be Mrs. Thelma Oollum St. Defllraib'e! for lodge
In Church Work were feted Dixon Director of the Neigh- A Hole In Your RoofMOrA BIO PENS. Ball Point 1UCm hall or roan easily be converted (Azaleas. Roses
last Miy 1970, on the 20th borhood Service Center in *.- Bradford County Tale. into dwelling. Call 4681551. Mart In cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING : SERVICES

birthday.On Bradford County; Starke, whichis graph. Make otter. 4tclig'! 6-3
May 17, at 12:30.: all Cir a unit of CUBB.PERSONALS PUMPSNEW
S3 MI. S.E. of Starke. Uwy. lOG
cles will hold their Annual Cov- CLASP ENVELOPES, aUstsea :FOR SALE-18 ft. mahogany Florahome 65t2KSFOR
For Information
ered dish luncheon. Mrs. John *-.Bradford County Tels.snob. AND USED beat 100 Jh.p. Evinmde motor ( i
Bird will be chairman,assistedby Mrs. Marion Driscoll Is anticipating : heavy duty traUer. Sleeps four, SALE-20 acres on paved CaD Jacksonrllle
Mrs. Roy Turknett cochairman the arrival of her SALES complete' curtains. Call after 5 hlchway. 3 bedrooms. IK bath Collect .
and members of the daughter, Mrs. Frank Hamer- INTERSTATE MOBILE Itonifl PARTS p.m. $900.00 home. 7.500 down, $10.000
Executive: Board for 1970-1971. schlag of Palms Springs, Cal. moving in FIR. Call, '8H M. SERVICE 9647197.3tch 5-27 balance. $96.50 month. Call

I 11 I Following the luncheon, .Pre- for a week's vide The Dris J & J Roofing Co. ____tfebfIFOR Deep and Shallow Wells BUI Powell), R.E. Broker 964-
sident Wyman will announce
coll family drove to Jacksonville 8464.
her committee chairmen and Airport on Sunday even- Phone 964-8778 RENT Furnished olas Water Softeners and Taking applications foi
Circle Leaders, and then each Ing to meet Mrs. Hamerschlag. Hlway 301 South In 2 bedroom oottaigw. Also FiltersPlumbing : MODERN MASONRY
leader will annmmrn the mem- They plan extensive travel In aJ1mentl. W. H. Nollman. BUILDING
FHA 235 BUY/ NOW&1 SAVECarrier
bers of her particular circle. -
the Sunshine state for a Call- tfehg Supplies Approximately 3600 8V]. Ft.
A fine attendance Is urged. fornlan. i I
including A-C Office: AjacentTo
New Brick 3 and 4
Erma and Arthur Lockwood GARAGE SALE NO GIMMICKS EXPERT SERVICE ON Ry-Ry Ramp for Truck
have "come back" home to ALL MAKES Bedroom Homes ttoaidULg $18.500 Terms <
' Sunday May 16 at 7:30: the Keystone after a five year sojourn 1971'B PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE Call for Details CALL
KIrkslnger Choir of First in South Florida. ErmaIs JUNQUE 12' :x 60' BILL POWELL Room Air Conditioners
United Methodist Church of Low Down Paymentand
having some eye trouble andy *
Ocala will present a programin which prevents her dialing a 2 Bedroom 795 Moderate Monthly BROKER o. Touch Control Comfort Center

song entitled, "Tell It Like phone number, but she dearly ANTIQUES Furnished PUMP & SUPPLY CO. PaymentsLONGCHAMP 1164114646810"" Two Flenble or Three Air Flow Speed Controls Cooling

It Is". would like to talk with friendsso ttcng Automatic EvenTemp
301 I NorthIn
why .not call her at 473- 3 Bedroom 3 895 HOMES Thermostat

323? Old Gulf Furnished 31-ONCH ADMIRAL color Phone IM-C853 .. Extra large.Washable Filter
Corrosion Resistant Casings
Station By Veteran's Loans (CUlled) TV tutoo. DAhmer'B Discount. U

JACKSON I II -n. Office Stroue Realty Starke Carpet Bank Throughout Financing eq '17 Glass as) low as

WE REPAIR 8-track car taped _
For $11900
Olin' Mobile; Home WANTED LISTINOi _
any trend, and sell all

lIILDIIMC I ; SUPPLYPEDDLERS Sales On Home and Acreage. Buyers\ 8-track topes: a.t $1 off regular: AH CARS and TRUCKS
........ ... Starke, Fla. 100 Wes Waiting. -Strout Realty lUf. price. Dahmcr'a Dlaoouot.tfchg Installed While-U-Wait
Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave.
Custom Vinyl Auto Tops
I PAINTINGAnd Ph. 964-8809 Stark Fla.
'WIth calcium: only $1.98 for) e 'em. 30c quart. 3 miles 'vest 1017 N. Main GMD and Appliances

jottle of 60 tablets. M M* FIRST TIME OFFEREDOne of La-wtey. JimOneamear, 782-
HOME < ivriii; ; DECORATINGInterior chews]) Drug. 34B1. lip 1 WILL do baby sitting:! In my 332 W. taGainesville: lson
cf the nicer home inStarfco
home day night Monday
tty ,-. or
UNITED FOR SERVICE. QUALITY AND VALUE & Exterior 3 B-R. Central Heat WANTED: Person of good cretSUt thru Saturday.. Wanda Jock-
REDUCE!: excess flufcb .urithPLUIDEX. acid Air. Carpet Many' Ex- : to assume low monthly ton 964-5603. Itchg
$1.89 Lose weight Iras 119.950 Shown by Ap papments: on beautiful), console:
"Qua lIty A By.W9rd"Free safely. with Dex-A-Dlet, 98o polr.tznent only.CALL. piano: and spinet home crgart. :FOR BALE Rotary power .

This Week's Special at Mitchells! Pnjg2tp! 8-13 Will ipsll se "'ate1Y. Can be mover $15.00. Ph. 664-5743. UpURNISHED

Estimates BILL POWELLBROKER eeen kxiaUy. Write or phone Marine
VARIOUS USED hayingequip* -6 atom house
collect: Phtppa Credit
Manager. with bath, 2 acres Homestead Cobia Boots -
meet for ale. Phone 8647410.Mutual .
1722 3rd St..
Complete Double Sink Lumfcgf Co. Itch; M4-4464 "9646810tfchf" fionvlUe Beach Phone North.246-8489 Jack': exemption near. !Bethel property Baptist on Church.230A Johnson MotorsSPECIAL -.

--. Gomer & Son WILL BABY alt in my: home. I'tle No. 233. 2tp 5-20 $6,500.fay Eaton P O. Box -
FOR RENT-or sale: MS Clark
For information call 964-7853 8.14. Stance: Fla. lipPR
. SET IN lee. 2 bedroom house on 9 SALE -A cycle 1 lawnmower
Hampton, Fla. or CTRAYCD Mixed lot*. Phone T. 7. Long,964, -OJU GENERAL FARM AND for super Farmall 15' Coblo Bow Ride
Phone 468-1311 -Ooekeral Spaniel and Poodle. tteftcTOR 41' Western Store tractor. 3 year. old stallion 50 H.P. JOHNSON

WITH FACUETS .......... wAlte, male. moll dor. BajrlesaIDaltway Western &Work CIcthes with. saddle and bridle. S647895. lip- Gator Trailer
vicinity. Any Information
SALE 1989 Volkswagen
Boots & Stetson Hats All
please call Jerald B81d. rednn. good oomtitton. rwfio.hooter. For $1, 99S
"lost- _D UOVi: Tmtee' W WTln 96!-6561 or 864-7701. ltchWB $830.00, K4-7822 after Saddles Tack Veterinarian FOR RENT-1 small apairtmeet Plus Tax I

..,...... wlatOe Me ..., 500.: lip Supplies $1000 per) week. Phone M4seai. -
I: Re,. $139.50Sale 75 MJI ... .psir .... erica w .terf'I Mon. Wed., 8 to 6 "'cbTPOR S.. Lynn Hamilton

119 ...IIUI, REPAIR and cell Twenty HOUSE TRAILER!: for rent Thursday 8.13 B./fore> You Buy
real rice. Orlffta Loop. Phone) XmAiurnUhed 3
made Fri. Sat. 8 to 7 -
needle for -
Only every any
: 9M-8245 Of 9B4-MM.!! Itp bedroom: house located 417 W. 1030 E. University Ave.
brand stereo rerntxtless of age. Main\ St. Lake Butler
HAT* ft'' dan St.. Stadke. iFor further'
OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY 7:30: TO 5 P. M. ,we7N WB. Mine*. .... Ofllae $1 Also off the regular longplay price record ait: Dah-at 1963 RENAULT condition.: convertible$223.00. 9847499. excellent Phcne: 496.6041 Information-. Melrose 473 Gainesvillen.

._ss. p a4.1 s.... mer' D! oaunt. ttchg Itp 9313. Itchg .

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