Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01654
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 20, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01654
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, No. 43 Thursday, Ma y 20, 1971 Copy Pension Board

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edistricting Bucks

Lj- Job Could MoveBacking

up the

City Pension Board

Face the Starke Council

1 County accepted Tuesday

night a new deter

''ry'r fat mination of the num-

'.f I. r Bradford County Commissioners ter each decennial census the ber of years retire-

could be faced witha board of county; commissionersshall ment credited due two

'.' districting job this yearIf divide the county Into firemen.
( K provisions of the new Florida districts of contiguous territory -

Constitution are adheredto. as nearly equal In population
Blake Jackson, a member of
as practicable.
the pension board, presentedthe
Article 8, Section I of the A Florida statute specifies two changes to the council -
Constitution provides that: "At- that redistricting shall be done lie said the changes were
in odd-numbered years. approved by three pension board
members and asked If the council -
The Constitution does not specify -
would back the board.
( that school boards must up
Jackson said he has better
redIstrict after each decennial
things to do If the pension
but a Florida Statute
board Is not going to be allowed
(Chapter 230.060 provides that
"The school board of any dis- to function.

L trict may make any change Objection to the changes came
which It deems necessary in from City Clerk Merrill Edwards -

the boundaries of any school a main force In 1968
board member residence dis- behind the establishment of the
Made InCrashes trict at any meeting of the city pension plan and who assisted

fse __ school board; provided that such Actuary Jerry Gabriel
a changes shall be made onlyin In determining the years of

odd-numbered years and provided service of each employee.The .
further that no change
which would affect the residence changes approved Tues-
day were the first time the
qualifications of any incumbent -
has been
fledgling pension plan
Two narrow escapes In automobile member shall disqualify -
accidents In Bradford ( such Incumbent mem- changed. One change gives just
Fire Chief Red Buford
County were recorded by local ber during the term for whichhe retired
30 years, a year and four
officials In the past week. Is elected.
months more than Buford had

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The other change cost new
ford's commissioner districtshad
. from Bradford County
Arwood car wa._. totaled but h._j.eop.d with. cuts.-. bruit... Hospital early Friday morning a voter population as follows Fire Chief Harold C. Glasgow,
three of credit towardhis
when his 1970 Chevrolet Che- : District I (Shuford) 1,205; years

*** velle ran off the curve of SR- District 2 (Roberts) 1,100; DIstrict retirement.
t tI 16 at the corner of Lake StreetIn 3 (Bryan) 1,502; District Glasgow said after the meeting
I Spring Starke. 4 (Allen) 1,031; District5Ham he Is satisfied with the way
II ton) 1,083. the pension board has refigured
6 Injured SaturdayIn Its speed, estimated by Starke his years of service. lie said
ConcertSet Policeman Joe SUvall at 60 This would mean that the some employees will lose retirement -
mph the Chevelle left the pavement -' Commissioner with the most credit and some will

knocked down a telephone populous district in the coun- gain under the new method.
pole and wound up In the hedge ty Is elected by 50 per cent
ByBand Jackson said the time of ser-
Alabama AccidentFive in a yard at 625 Lake Street. more people than the Commis-
vice for the two Fire Department
The vehicle rolled several sion from the least populous
employees were
times before coming to rest district.
ured because they had been
I upright, according to Officer Presumably, If Commissioner credit for time served
Starke teenagers anda All six Injured are reported and drove back to Montgomerywhen and swerved to the left and just Stivall. districts are changed, when given they were not employedby
recovering and In good con- they were Informed of barely struck the Faulkner car Chorus voting precincts must also be
local minister were Injured The car also knocked down the city lie said there are
dition this week In Baptist Hospital the accident.A before coming to a stop. shifted since district lines can-
Saturday, May 15, when their electrical wiring Including the 25 or 30 more of the 71 employees -
car struck a railroad over- In Montgomery third Starke car, drivenby According to reports which The combined efforts of the meter off the house at 625 not cut across precinct lines. under the pension plan
pass abutment near Montgomery The Injured are: Mrs. John Strickland wife have reached The Telegraph, Bradford High School Band and Lake, five fence posts, and a Part of a precinct cannot be whose years of service will

Ala. Tia Thornton, 14, has two of Rev. Strickland, narrowly Montgomery residents have o- Chorus will be heard In the small pecan tree have to be refigured for the
fractured vertabrae and bruis missed being Involved in the pened their homes to Starke annual Spring Concert next Arwood Is charged with fail- (S.. Page 6)) same reason.
es. She Is the daughter of Mr. crash. The Strickland car was families so they can stay near Thursday, May 27, at 7:30: p.m.
to have his vehicle under Edwards said he has
ure mere-
and Mrs. Vernle Thornton. driving behind the Faulkner their injured children. In the BUS auditorium.Both .
Susan Faulkner, 13. has a dislocated control and causing an acci- ly tried to operate under the
hip and bruises. She the band and chorusare dent. He has also been assessed pension plan as It was set up
, and $200 In property; damages by 4Party by the actuary. lie said the
is the daughter of Mr. expected to be in top form July
Mrs. Paul Faulkner. says Bandmaster Dean Cassels. the City of Starke and the own- system Is adequately funded
IS has head Barrett Files er of the rental house, Har- now and he wants to see It
Danny Ricks, ,
The chorus will sing one groupof mon P. Morgan. continue to finance Itself and
Injuries, teeth out a by Burt Bacharach,
jaw his nose, and an arm the songs popular composer now In Arwood has just returned to grow on a sound basis.

broken. He Is the son of Mr. the with hit from Vietnam. Ills car was a Terming Jackson a "med-
limelight many Planned"Just
m l7e uwliQiritr(!! and Mrs. Jesse Ricks. Danny songs on the market. The second total loss. dler" the clerk said:
f was unconscious at times until Suit of will be Police had to conduct a searchof
group songs
Monday afternoon from a Against spirituals and religious folk the premises after Arwood an old-fashioned goodtime" "It's done as far as it can
the name of a be done. There Is nothing Irregular -
blow on the head. kept repeating
FOR OUR Is planned for Bradford
Gloria Crews, 18, had dislocated girl, but It was later found Countians this July 4 by the at all In the pension
hips and cuts and The chorus Is made up of that no passenger was In the Starke plan."
CUSTOMERSCONVENIENCE bruises. She Is the daughterof BankDamage 30 selected singers from grades vehicle. The accident occuredat Woman's Club. I Edwards: said Jackson spoke{

Mr. Louie Crews. Epps nine through twelve at BUS. 12:30: a.m. Friday, May 21. It will be the first Fourth of for the firemen, but he (I Edwards -

Charlotte WhItehead, 16, hada BUS July celebration In Starke since ) speaks for all employees. -
All three levels of the
dislocated hip and a broken James A. Grlffls, 17, of Graham the 1920's. .
Both Drive -In Windows She the of band will perform, beginners, escaped serious Injury
arm. Is daughter Jack-
intermediate, and advanced. Permission has already been "I beg your pardon,
Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead. suits have been filedin .fully on Epps' home premisesfor variety of music that should Friday night as he drove his obtained from the Starke City son said reminding the clerkhe
Will Be Open Rev. John Strickland, pastorof Circuit Court here against purposes connected with interest almost everyone will car off the road in order to rrumcii to have fire works. Is the citizen representative -

the Pine Level Baptist Billy G. Eppa, an officer and the defendant bank's businessand be played, Cassels says.A avoid hitting a train at cross- Mrs. Hazel Ritch, Mrs. Bill on the retirement board
On Monday And Church has several fractured against the Community State at that time Epps unlaw- Ing on SR-227 (Graham Road). Chambers, and Mrs. John Sanders and represents all employees.Real .
vertabrae and the small bone Bank of Starke by Johnny Lee fully assaulted Barrett. film of the Fall March- According to the Florida Woman's Club president,

Frida ylCustomers in The his leg broken.occurred whenan Barrett, a Starke plumber and The suit further alleges that Ing Contest will be shown. Highway Patrol, Griffls was had no trouble at all Tuesday ,question Jackson he said wanted, was answered not-

I unidentified accident vehicle pump company operator.In the bank was negligent In retaining Sandi Morgan BUS major- traveling east on SR-227 at night In extracting a promise about time credited to Buford
II I passed Epps and should have ette, will twirl a baton solo 8:45: p.m., when he drove his from the council to assist In and but whether the
Using the Faulkner in which all each suit filed last week Glasgow,
car, known that he was liable to do recently rated excellent at the 1969 Ford oI( the road to avoid any way possible.It council going to back up
and cut back Tomllnson was
six were riding, by James L. ,
harm to the defendant's bank- State Band Contest In Panama hitting a train which was
The East Window will be the first such"doings" recommendations of the pen-
Into the right lane too quickly. Gainesville attorney, Barrettis Ing customers. City.; at a crossing 2.3 miles out-
caused here In 50ears. sion trustees.
The unknown vehicle asking damages In excess over
It concludes that the plain- side Starke.
Please Enter from Gloria Crews, driver of the of $400.In tiff demands Judgment and asks Admission Is 75 cents for Grlffls received only minor back Into The pension board was with-
I Faulkner car to swerve to adults and 25 cents for stu- "To put patriotism the
In making
Madison Street avoid the passing vehicle. his bill of complaint, Bar- for trial by jury. dents. Injuries and no charges were Americanism," is the aim of in Its authority under
Jackson ,
smashed rett alleges that on November Ewe had previously been flied. the Woman's Club, according to changes
And Ex it By The head-on The Faulkner Into the car end of the 19, 1970 while he was on the charged on direct Informations The 1969 Ford received Mrs. Ritch. All civic organizations the ordinance governing the retirement -
railroad premises of Epp's home east filed by State Attorney T.E. $1,000 damage. In the county will be plan.
concrete railing on a
Way of Call St. overpass) about three miles west of Starke, the bank official assaulted Duncan with aggravated battery asked to join In preparing and When periods of service for
of Montgomery on US-80. According Barrett with his hands, on Elton James Mough- City Wrong, planning the celebration, she each employee were originally

to Mr. Faulkner who fists, and an unknown Instru ton and with aggravated assault BillA Cemetery Fund says.A determined In 1968, the clerk
Customers Using went to Montgomery and Investigated ment. on Barrett. Pays milking contest, a marble said, the actuary agreed that
We the accident, the As a result, the complaint Mouthton a representative of Reaches $8,164The game, and maybe even boys It would be permissible to give
The Window
st front bumper of the car was says. Barrett was Injured and a pump manufacturer, had accompanied climbing a greased pole for a five or six long time employees -

Pleas Enter from pushed back almost to the. dash. Incurred medical expenses. It 'Barrett on his visitto red-faced Starke Council Bradford County; Ceme- $5 prize are planned so far. credit for breaks In ser-
Frame of the car went on also claims that the Injuries the Epp home. agreed Tuesday night to pay mainten- "I barefoot vice, or times when they were
Fund for
Trust was a boy, recalls -
Call Street and one side of the railing and received are either permanentor On arraignment. Epps pleaded half of a $364 bill charged the ance now totals 98.164.75, according Surveyor Merrill McMil not employed by the city. Each
Innocent to both charges
the motor on the other, Faulkner continuing In nature. city when garbagemen picked employee was given credit for
A.J. he
to a report by lan, thinking back to when
Ex it By the Way said. Ha credits the fact Barrett seeks judgment for but on he Febraury was slated 16,to Just before on- UD something besides garbage. Thomas, Sr. treasurer of the remembers a Fourth of July one absence from the city going

Madison Street. I. that the motor and frame wentto compensatory damages and for trial, he pleaded guilty go to the City workers picked up from Crosby Lake Cemetery Association celebration here It must have back. far as 1942.
the aide of the railing with punitive damage against Epps, been In the 192 O's he
aggravated battery charge and Inside a screened porch several Inc. ways. Jackson objected to that,asking -
cushioning the Impact. and also asks for trial by Jury. the court ordered a boxes they thought were Since the last report, con- what action a future pension -
Courtesy Of The group, one of three can In the other suit; the complaint investigation. presentence menat to be taken, but which tributions have been acknowledged But McMillan recalls boys board would take If It

from Starke, was returning alleges that Epps was Duncan then dropped the actually contained clothing, from Mrs. Beatrice climbing the greased pole fora ever found retirement: being
ml"" (dnmmunituBank! from a week's trip to Baptist an officer of the Community charge that Epps had committed Councilman Billy Noegel said. Futch, Gainesville; Mrs. Elsa $5 gold piece and chasingand paid for years not served.

Mate Bible Seminary in Arlington State Bank and that the bank aggravated assault on Bar- He looked at the scene, he A. Lyles and Mrs. R.A. Wells, holding a greased pig for The board Jackson
pension ,
Texas where they attended permitted him to carry on thedefsndant'a said, and wasn't sure he would Jacksonville; :Zack Roberts, a $5 prize. He recalls horse
graduation exercises.One rett.On have Hastings and Thomas E. LewIs races down Madison Street, then explained reflgured the yearsof
Inside the screenedarea
business affairs at 12 gone ;
Accounts Nowli.)..,r* to pick the boxes. Mrs. O.L. Haynes, unpaved.
location other than the up
premise tenced to a fine of $2,000
Up To $20,000 By Vernle Thornton, passed the of Its principal place and was placed on probationfor "Tell'em to set It out." said Mrs. S.L. Peek all of Starke. There was also a band standIn by going back beyond
Faulkner car Just prior to the 1942 to daya when the two men
of business. Councilman Jimmy Bowen In Persons wishing contribute what Is now Wainwright Park
Federal Deposit accident and didn't learn of a term of two years. served for no pay as volunteer
home. The complaint: sates that on The court withheld adjudication moving the city pay hlaf the to the fund may send donations McMillan says, were refreshments -
it until reached
Insurance Corp. they $364.75 bill $182. to P.O. Box 368 Starke Fla. were served. (See Pegs )
The Thornton's turned around. Nov. 19, 1970. Barrett was law- of guilt. or ,


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Methodist Choir Officiers InstalledBy Girl Scout Troop

(!} g f Members Enjoy Junior Club Visits MuseumIn

> Outdoor Barbecue At Annual BanquetThe Jacksonville

Members of The Chancel awards and Installation Girl Scout Troop 605 wentto
L: WOMf.N Choir of the First United Methodist banquet of the Junior Woman's the Jacksontvlle Children'
Church held a barbecue. Club was held Saturday nightat Museum and Planetarium on
dinner and party, last Friday the Holiday Inn. Saturday where they were Joinedby
night at the home of Mr. and The head table was centered their Friendship Troop from
Mrs. J.W. Rltch. with an arrangement of pink Ortega. A basket lunch was enjoyed
Society Editor 9647608Ramona The dinner was served In the carnations flanked by pink ta-
Gladys Mooty, In the Museum park.
yard where Mr. Bitch and Don
pers. Greenery pink carna-
Accompanlng the girls were
----- Hardenbrook cooked the chicken Jons and pink candles were Mri
Mrs. D.T. Farabee. William -
h t over the open pit. placed the length of the other Glover Mrs.TwllllaaiRouse
,.! "' 1 The party, was also a surprise lining tables. Favors and programs and Mrs.Arthur Patray.
Janice Hamilton stork shower for Mrs were placed at each

Has Birthday PartyLittle were Ronald presented Henderson.to her Baby In lifts an place Mrs.setting.John Allen Home Life OES Supper

antique family bsslnet. It was :halrman, gave the Invocation.The .
Janice Hamilton celebrated also the birthday of the church welcome. Introduction and .
her third birthday Saturday 1., organist Mrs. Tom King and annual report were given by The Order of covered the Eastern dish
Star will have a
afternoon when her mother she was presented with a corsage the president Mrs. Jim Law-
at 7
Mrs. Mark Hamilton gavea and birthday cake. supper Saturday night pun.
f party, for,her at the home of fq"P 1 The 24 attending Included the son.Honors and awards were pre- In the Masonic Hall. The Ma-Invited
her grandparents, Mr.andMra. I choir members, husband and sented by the first vicepresident sons and their families are -
Sherrod Hamilton. ( wives. to attend.
; Mrs. Roland Clerlcuzloa.
A clown theme used In Those making the honor court
the party, decorations with a Beta Sigma Phi were: Mrs. J.C. Dukes Mrs. as outgoing: president
clown paper cloth covering the Linda Johns, Miss Johanna Mrs. A.N. HOlliday past Junior -
refreshment table, and match- Gamma Theta Chapterof Beta Fowler. Mrs. John Bradley, club president Installed
i Ing napkins.Multi-colored balloons Mr. and Mrs. Fritz H. Sigma Phi sorority, will meet Mrs. Elzie Senders Mrs. JohnMien the following officers: Mrs.
{ were hung from the chan Monday, May 24, at 7:30 p.m. !, Mrs. John Watson m, George Loper, president Mrs.
Observe 50th Wedding at the home of trod Mrs. Clerlcuzlo.The .
delier. The birthday cake was Mrs. Barbara Linda Johns, first vice-presi.
decorated with pink rosettes Patray 1034 Southgate Drive. first lady of the honor dent; Miss Johanna Fowler
The speaker will be Miss court and the most coveted club
and held 3 candle Mr. and Mrs. Fritz H. Kra- Miss "Club second vice-president;; Mrs.
Rebecca McMillan American award Woman of the
i mer were honored at a reception mi, Miss Roland Clerlcuzio secretary;
the Hamiltonand
Legion oratorical Year. wan to Mrs.
Attending were winner who presented Mrs. J.C. Dukes treasurer
N.B. Rosier families anda ., on their Golden Wedding sonville will present) her winning oration John Dempsey.Mrs. Mrs. V.J. Junior;
few close friends. s Anniversary given Sunday Barry. "I Am Your Constitution Lawson was presentedan club
4 ail afternoon by Dr. and Mrs. A.J. Parking sponsor
engraved of
piece silver
Barry and Mr. and Mrs. John Carter ......
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Patterson of Kane Pa. at the Barry.
Barry home on Bessent Road. -
Harrell Along the walk to the front fessor and
To Wed Mr. GrinerIn Brenda J. Hesters door were white satin and gold and Mr.
ribbons tied at the posts with and Stacla ; SENSATIONAL SAVINGS]
Brooker July 3 To Wed Mr. Smith white and gold lacelow bows. and Mrs. .
The guest book table was cov- and IOn
Rev. and Mrs. J.C. Hesters ered with an organdy ruffled Mrs. W.N. ON POPULAR
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Jeffer-
cloth: over white tafetta and Barry Jr.
f of Fernandina Beach formerlyof
lon Harrell. at Brooker, announce held a golden vase with three Robert ;
rr Starke, announce the engage- FAMOUS BRANDS!
the engagement and approaching and Mrs. ,
yellow rosebuds.Arrangements
ment of their daughter, Brenda
marriage of their of white gladioli, mums &am? Ellwood ,
to John Edward Smith
Ramona Louise, to _
with yellow roses and Mrs.
son of Mr. & Mrs. Bill Smith pompoms
Grtner 01.Mr.
Harold King son
Gri- also of Fernandlna Beach. leather leaf fern were used sonville, SALE I''
and Mr. Martin E.
throughout the home.
senior Mr. and
The bride-elect Is a
ner, Jr.. of Lake Butler. Mrs. Barry greeted guests Merritt PRICES
at Fernandlna Beach High of
Miss HarreU, a 1967 grad at the door, and standing in the II
School. Mr.Smith attended Fer- Beverly
uate of Bradford High School 3 DAYS
receiving line Mr. and
nandlna Beach High, and Is now
will graduate In June from Florida -
Mrs. Kramer Mr. and Mrs
employed at ITT-Fayonler. called ONLY!
? State University, with a
The wedding will be the e- John Patterson and Dr. Barry. hours,
Bachelor of Science degree In
Business Adminha rUon. She vent of June 19 at" 7:30: p.m. Punch was served In the FlorIda V '
If also a member of Delta Ze- 7 at the First Baptist Church, room from a table covered Little
with an Imported white cutwori
Fernandlna Beach. All friends
ta Social Sorority., r cloth, centered with'a sliver
of and relatives are cordially Invited Install
Mr. Griner. a graduate
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punch bowl encircled with ivy
Union Co. High School, grad to attend the ceremony,
and Interspersed with white
uated from Florida State Unl- AkridgeCrawfordEngagement with reception to follow In the PresidIng Becky
and yellow pompoms. -
vanity, In 1969 with a Bach- church social hall. president of
ToldMr. at the punch bowl at Inter
elor of Arts degree In Advertising vals were Mrs. Charles Bla- Club
& Design. He Is now Miss Ethel DeVoe lock. Mrs. Gilbert Brown.Mrs. the final
employed with The Florida and Mrs. B.E. Akrldge year.
Times Union Jacksonville of Starke announce the engage- To Wed Mr. BassettMr. Randall Davie, and Mrs. Gilbert Mrs. 1J '
Goldwire. The mantel In Men. Thnie. 9
Open tftrw t.
Journal adver tlslrg. ment of their daughter Mary the .
The wedding will be an eventof Elaine, to Allen Bruce Crawford the Florida room was centered with Miss
6 Frl. $.t. 9 t.1
De- with of white p.m. e< M.
and Mrs. Raymond an arrangement
July 3, at 8 p.m. In the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. sident :
Brooker Church. All Crawford of Voe of Starke announce the and yellow mums, pompoms 1a
Baptist B. Kings ley Lake. asurer ; Open Swirfey t 4hemeeiie
1- friends and relatives are Invited The bride-elect Is a graduate engagementL.P. their daughter gladioli and roses and was pending
to attend. of Bradford High 1 School and Is Bassett, son of flanked by gold spiral candelabra Unski; : REALTONESTEREO
Mr. and Mrs. Lester M. Baa- .. Helen ,
employed at the Florida First Long j
sett of Lake City. Coffee and cake were served Jewe1er"I.
National Bank in Ocala Jackson,
Miss DeVoe will graduate In the dining room from a table MUSIC
Mr. Crawford also graduated Robyn CENTER
Dr. and Mrs. Jay Moseley from Bradford High School and from High School In June. covered with awhlte Imported ,, sident, ?
and daughter\ Patti, and Roy Mr. Bassett II employed with cloth.'At one end of the
Is the United Electronics and
Smith of.Knoxvllle. Term were attending Labortory of FloridaIn Concord Mobile Homes.. in .Lake. table was a'three-tiered wedding ing Guests Powerful 100 watt 1PP AM/FM Stereo radio. 14 14C
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Mrs. J.H. Moeeley. The wedding date will be plans will be announced and white pompoms and Shuford, 81ma&ttr
V announced later. later. leather leaf fern. Centering the Plant for e Pair of matched walnut speakers *
table was a five-branch silver
ty on June 4 speed deluxe record changer & dust cover
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flanked by corsages of white discussed. Deluxe padded stereo headphone set. ,
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roses. Presiding at Intervals
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at the silver coffee servlc.
at the other end of the table, Warren. DELUXE AC-DC
were Miss Lillian Stump._ Mrs. was
Julian McRae,Mrs.M.A baldwin mnt of mlJ
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Haynes Jr., Mrs. Herlong
.a Adams, and Mrs. P.G. Felos. OUTFIT

,.. In charge of the guest book The
fir were Mrs. George Flynn Jr., will be
Mrs. Donald L. Harden, Mrs. at Union $ OO94
Sherrod Hamilton and Mr. Church -
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first grade for the 1971- I I
Bridge Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton Mrs. Eollne Smith has returned school term has been set ::::.., I II
attended the graduation of after several months Thursday, May 20, In all II
Winners Named their son George, from National In Sanford and Miami with her County elementary
Guard basic training at children while recuperatingfrom according to Mrs. Lu OUR
Mrs.J.D. Odom Jr. and Mrs. Fort Jackson S.C. last Thurs- surgery.Mr. Payne, elementary super- I I
George Miller were the winning day afternoon. George Is home .
couple at Duplicate Bridge for two weeks leave before further and Mrs. Howard Shonts be eligible for kinder 1 I
Tuesday night at the Pratt Street training for four months of Ellwood City, Pa. were Saturday children must be five i : I II
Recreation Center where there at Fort Gordon Ga. to Thursday guests of of age on or before Jan- UMMER SAL 1
were five tables In play. Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Kramer. 1 I. 1972. For first grade
Miss Norma Canova and Curtis Mr. and Mrs. John Adams of must be six on or I 'a
Sanders were second; Mrs. Athens Ga. spent the weekend Mrs. W.E. Mlddleton spent January 1, 1972.
M.A. Baldwin Jr. and Mrs. with Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams. Thursday to Monday with her certificate or other
Sherrod Hamilton were third; sister, Mrs. Mae Jones In n of blrthdate is neces IS ON.
and Mrs. Lucile Davie and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Orle Wiggins Jacksonville to initally register a :
Hilda Dey were fourth.ABRAHAMSHUFORD. and Mrs. Don Neel spent the In school. State regula-
weekend with Mr. and Mrs.Jlm Mrs. George K. Bennett of require that each child I I
Hardy In Macon Ga. Orlando was a weekend guestof a physical examination I I
Mrs. J.E. Wilson. Mrs.Ben 1 1t entering school for the I
Abraham, Tommy Hodge of London, nett, Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. time. Forms for this pur- I
Gloria P.
Mrs. of Mrs. Jack Craw- England Is visiting his brother- Mable Stringfellow attended the will be available at regis ..-. I
daughter in-law and sister Mr. and of Miss Murla Wall and should be filled
ford of Lawtey, and David L. wedding I I
Shuford, son of Mrs. John Shu Mrs. A.B. Howard, for six daughter of Mrs. AE. Wall by a physician and brought CRAZY-ALLS Rising to
weeks. and the late Mr. Wall, In Jacksonville the school before the child I
ford and the late Mr. Shuford new heights for summer: I
of Liwtey' will be united In Saturday morning. In the fall. the workman's overalls I
marriage Saturday May 22, at Mrs. L.F. Dlnklns underwent may leave newly reg- all done up in a stars-and- I
surgery Monday In St.Vincent's: Mrs. John Sanders Mrs. M. kindergarten students
at the stripes cotton print. They'reteamed
7:30p.m. .oup10'tfutun
: home in Lawtey. Hospital, Jacksonville. A. Baldwin Jr., Mrs. Sherrod a visit from 9-11 a.m. with a midriff peas-
All friends and relatives of Hamilton and Mrs. Bill Chambers followingschools: Brook- ant blouse of white cotton. Baldwin Chevrolet
Invited attend. Local admittances to Brad- are attending the FFWC Elementary, Hampton Ele- In junior sizes, the outfit'sby
the couple are ford County Hospital this week district workshop In Palatka Lawtey Elementary Youth Beat of Dallas.
Include: Mrs. Opal Bishop, E. today. Southslde Elementary. : Olds Inc.SAYS 1
J. Dowllng James L. Leach 1I ;
Mrs. Myrtle Davis, Mrs. Ethel Mr. and Mrs. John D. Mus- Lucille Payne, Found Guilty 1
R. Adams T.T. Long, George sollne visited Mr. and Mrs. Elementary SupervisorChristopher !
W. Loper, John S. Woods, Mrs. Frederic Stanley Jr. In 5ar Of Receiving i : II
Juanita Dlnklns Mrs. Jeanette sole over the weekend. On Stolen Goods

New ArrivalsMr Starke Moody; Lewis Mrs. Lebert Vivian,Keystone McRae Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hartzell List I

Heights; Mrs. Corene Corbett of Fern Park visited Dr. and :Buy Any Chevelle/, :
Glen G. Bennett and Mrs. ]aloes Mrs. H.G. Bellinger and Free- a ChrlstopherofStarke Vernon Grlffls, 26, was ad-
Futch Lawtey; Mrs. Eu- man Bollinger on Sunday. been named to the Presi Judged guilty last Friday at
la Mae Johns, Waldo. 1 list for the 1971 Spring receiving stolen property and
Wilbur Waters t : :Or Cur With The:
and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Gunter r at Lake City Community Circuit Judge George L. Patten laro
of Wahlawa Hawaii announcethe Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Haynes and family of Eau GalLte spent President Herbert E. sentenced him to pay a fine
birth of a daughter. DeanneJo of Fitzgerald Ga. and St. Petersburg Sunday with his mother Mrs. 11''' rte announced Wednesday. of $500 and remain on pro- :Follotving Equipment; :
14. Grandparents
born May Waters spent last Thursday Nancy Gunter and celebratedthe make the President's list bation for five years.
are Mr. and Mrs. J.L. of Wade Gunter must earn a grade
with Mrs. Bertha Pearce. birthdays The Judge directed Crlffla
and Mrs.
of Lawtey and Mr. on his 13th birthday and Mrs. of 3.5 or better, with who lives on Route 2, Starke, I
R.A. Colson. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCombwere Nancy Gunter. Airs. Gladys t 11 below a *B'. to pay $20 every other monthto
Mr.announce and Mrs.the Brian birth Hamilton of -a camping at Hart Springs Weldon also gave a surprise B. Morse of Lake the sheriffs office until the : A. White Wall Tires I
leads the list of 56 stu
William Brian, on May on the Suwannee River over birthday party Saturday for fine is paid.
son Hos the weekend. Mrs meter with a few of her with a perfect 4.0 a- Crlffls was charged with receiving II
12, In Alachua which he has main- B. Wheel
close friends component parts of an Covers
Mrs. F.F. Stump, of calling during the I
pital. maternal great Mrs. N.K. Hurst of Indianapolis party hours. throughout his work at automobile owned by J.A.Stand-
is .
Starke. Ind.spent Friday to Tuesday ridge Jr. last June 11. The C. Deluxe I Seat Belts I
grandmother.Mr. with her mother Mrs. W. Miss Audrey Carlisle of Miami CARD OF THANKS parts Included the engine, I I
S. Slade. visited her mother Mrs. transmission, radio, and buc-
and Mrs. Walter Vander- Ruth Carlisle, the first of the would take this oppor- ket seats. : D. AM/FM/ Radio (Or Any i iI
Ga. were last Mrs. Walla Llpsey has returned week. to thank each and every-
lip of Tucker to the home of her son- of for prayers, cards, *
overnight guests you
Thursday Mrs. Harry Moody. in-law and daughter Mr. and and other acts of kind Women ore stronger than I Stereo Equipment) :
f Mrs Foster Shi Smith after Mr. and Mrs W.D. Hamilton !- shown In the recent loss men. They art the only are
several months In Gainesville. of Orlando and Mr. and I I
Robert All-
Mrs. ER. Moore of Lompoc our loved one, that/ can /ace tip to ivptr-
this month Mrs. W.H. Thomson of Monti- -Mr. and Mrs. E.L. market checkout totals without
with Calif.her Is spending brother-in-law and Mrs. Bessie Faxon of Gainesville cello spent the weekend with T. crying./' : During; Our Summer :
j and Mrs. M.B.Jordan. was last Thursday over- their son and daughter Mr. red"
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Tornado Defense ,... JV Gridders

Much Improved r K

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Progressing Steadily

"We have a much better team squad" By that Allen means
right now than we did at this a 54.
time last year." says J.V.football As spring practice goes into w.AHYMw
Coach John Allen, hU Its third week 45 boy are
"Defensively Ifeelw.'repro- Bobby iJfaf.( a letterman who advantage of Ma speed Coach charge now two week Into now out for Junior Varsity foot ,
gressing rather well" say has been working at tackle, has Hurse points out. A newcomerto spring practice. ball.
Head Tornado David Hurse after
throe weeks of spring\ drill- been moved beck to oosegwrd, the team. Byron Flowers Last year's team went 3-4-1 Offensive,! squad:
middle position of the five man Is also at safety.Coaches for the season ... ....
In which the veteran coach has CenterSteve Register Lar- vRookie -':'"
been sticking to Ms tried and line.The were generally "We haven't done much workin ry Oglesby. Charlie Green
proven 54. aefftnslve secondary: Is pleased with the first night the way of offenses and defenses GuardsMarshall Cloverset-
scrimmage of the spring held but fundamentalsare (shown hero) 'will shore
'expected to be another strong our
The old 5-4 defense will be tie, Donnle Thomas, Dale lInes,
the basic one for the 1971 Tor- point of the 1971 Tornadoes Friday night despite the rain. coming along real well," Randal Hutchlns. the J.V. signal calling
Allen said. "We've concentrated
nado grldders.. Coach Hurse "Play of three; lettermen linebackers Coach David Hurse praised f AIM on our fundamental due- TacklesClinton Sellers duties with veteran Ron
say, tai they prepare to attempt has Improved steadily his players for /their willingness to the fact we have eighth Terry Hayes, Ken Fuqua Lester nie Hall.PLAYSUITED.
to better the dismal 3-7 this spring Coach Hurse to 'lilt. But he also point- graders who many Johns, Ernie Chandler.

record of 1970. The upcoming: say*. Senior Joey Branson,who 'ed out several glaring mls- _u __ for the first are time playing football Charles Crawford, Mike Gas-
edition of the Tornadoes are was defensive signal caller last takes, due mostly to bad timing kins.
small but lightning quick muchin season has developed into the In the backfield and to Cray Flynn It back In old form after a leg Injury sidelined "We have several eighth graders EndsRandy Scogglns, Shel- .
the style! of the 1965 and players not being sure of their who
strongest man on the football him last are pushing ninth gra- von Hodge. Donald Loper.
1966 Tornado teams that won team. Gary Melvin and Dennis assignments.The season. ders for positions.Tommy Reddish !
the state championship Crawford complete the experienced Ernie Chandler Sheldon QB- Charlie Green, Ronnie
trio. two teams were evenly Hodge, Leonard Sapp, Marlin Hall Leonard Sapp.
Right to now be the, defensive end devided. with Steve Strickland'sred returned a punt 65 yards for reliable play number 36. He Thornton, and Connie Thomas Full Backs-Tommy Reddish, i
seems strongestposltton Lambus. from the 12-6
Wayne team winning over
up / ,the red team.FlII1back ran over 50 years for the TD. will definitely play somewhere Ricky Hall Timmy Crews, Jo-
with four lettermen workIng
Junior varsity, If also at line- Eddie Hazen's white team.Bernard and there are others who will ey Bakken, Stewart Duncan. 1 J"Z'
there. Tackle II Just the backer and has shown "real Brown scored en a 70- Brad Carter scored Carter. Brown, and Henry play after they have gained ,. .
opposite with four newcomers, fine Improvement" this springas yard run and Malachl Henry for' the white team on the old did a good Job running the some experience. Half Backs- Ernest Cowart, /
all of whom show promise but Stuart Strickland Allen Nor-
has Robin Parrlsh, Coach football. Hurse said. Coach "
are Inexperienced In varsity; Hurse says.David Mike Sexton praised the line "The ninth graders have ton, Paul Brown,, David Griffin ,
play."They're. play of defensive ends CharlesWright shown a lot of leadership, especially Joe Cordon ,
all brand Is McCutchen, another backs Timmy Crews, \
new, Brad Carter
the way Coach Mike Sexton letterman, has been holding ,, and Farelon, BandyCaakins Mc- Joey Thomas,Ronnie Hall, Ter- Pitch Hit
down the middle guard position ry Hayes, and Picky Hall.Line- ,
puts it about tackles David New- Clellan.
ham, Ronnie Allen, Carl Luther this spring, but the mid- men Steve Register and Ken Throw ContestSet }
and Wayne Norman. dle guard position Is a vital The Ilnebacldng of Dennis'Crawford Fuqua have also given a lot i
one In the 5-4 and Tornado A Footballer'sLast and Joey Branson, of leadership." Friday
Luther Coach Sexton pointsout coaohes want depth and experience along with Robin Parrlsh, also t
Is out for football the first there. A middle guard drew praises from Sexton.Cary "Clinton Sellers, Charlie
time lie's shown much enthusiasm has to be quick and strong, as LamentIt's Melvin did an adequate job at Green, and Stewart Duncan are The J971 L411' Hit, & Throw -
and Interest, the coach both Dyal and McCutchen are. linebacker Friday, but did not new ninth graders" we have high Contest for boys ages 9-12 will -0
says.. ".''e and Ronnie Allen are The play up to his potential, Coach hopes for, Allen said be held Friday afternoon at 4
two who really want to play S cornerback position Is Sexton pointed out. "Our strongest asset Is our p.m. at the Pratt St. Ball Park. Cotton
also blessed with experiencewith knit shorts .and little
football. They are working hardto back field and weakest
Is set
scrimmage our
Another The Contest
be good football players.The Bernard lettermen Brown Malachi, Cray Henry Flynn, kind of sad, after four years" this Friday at 7 p.m. The annual point Is at end. Phillips 66 and conducted sponsored by by Just summer.naturally Carter's team serves up for up

new tackles are lowly and Wayne Testone at those when !the you think with"It's the all bad over.and You now Seniors-Varsity spring "We will have the same basic the Starke Parks & Recreation long-wearing double knit
Sexton JV players took good Is scheduled June 4. Department. shorts with stitched
making progress says Important spots It's like a part of you la dying Sure game offense as the varsity; creases
although the position Is not Bill Blgham and Keith Tet- for summer-long neatness.
strong right now. "But If they stone are also working the.... you ate dirt, you ran your guts out, .mimm mm mm am mmufmmm-- ------ -------- -- ----------- ,--- --- -- --- ---
at times you felt so sick you were
the next
continue to, Improve
The four lettermen corner- crying and wanted to die. But you'ddo
weeks like thenr.tthree,
three backs should be one of the It again, wouldn't you?
Bradford should have fairly
team's strong; points. says
good tackle play by the end of Coach Jim Duncan. Over-aU
Remember all the swell guys you
the spring.
play of the cornerbacks In Fri-
were bumping heads with.
Brightest spot this spring has day's scrimmage was praised telling yourself "If he can stick it
been the defensive end play by Duncan. Not much yardagewas out. I can." And don't forget those
a complete turnaround from gained around the end by kids that never grow up the coaches OFFICIAL
last year when that positionwas either team, he said There are few men, such as these,

Inexperienced. But four Safety; Is another position you've hated more; and few men, suchas
lettermen, Charles Wright where the players are inexperienced these, you've respected as much.
Brad Carter Farelon McClellan Quarterbacks Eddie I'm sure they enjoyed It aa much as
and Randy Caskins know Hazen and Steve Strickland are you and L They've Influenced our
the position after gaining experience playing safety; both are up from lives like few people have. They've
the hard way last sea the JV, Levy Lennon, fastest made better young men of us. They
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Wright,especially, Is having several 10.2 hundreds In track out. that we cussed at behind their
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a fine spring, says Coach this spring is also at safety.
Hurse. Carter has shown Improvement But Lennon Is new at the posi- Host.
as has McClellan. tion and hasn't learned to take
People probably wonder how I could
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Colonial Florist Men's Softball Thursday SCHEDULE-, May 20- 7:30 pjm.
First Baptist vs Independents;
9 p.m.,Williams Jewelry-Com
a Plr Team's munity; Bank vs Cunningham
Sets Early PaceIn Battling Calf ,

Tuesday, June 1- 7:30 pjn..
For First Baptist vs Hurst Shell-
1st Half
Women's PlayWith 4 TitleDue Terwillegar; 9 p.m., Williams

YM Jewelry-Community Bank va

to several factorsrain..
only three games playedIn With the final score being National Guard Camp and tight :( **.*.s..e..............................
the Woman's Recreation what It was one would hardly competition, second half play
Softball League Colonial Flo- believe that Barrett's actually has begun while the Kec Department
rist has clearly established Itself led In the scoring at any pointof has yet to determine the I We RepairTYPEWRITERS
as the team to take the the game, but they did. champion of the first half of
crown away from defending the league.At .
champion, Norman's Farm. Norman's came to bat first .
and plated five runs but then this writing Hurst l1ellGreen's -
Colonial has won three gamesto Barrett' came to bat and BBQ and Williams Je- i
date and have them
pushed six _
runners across the welry-Community Bank are
big, outscoring their opponents plate. Norman's tied It at six for first and the
battling place
53 to nine and outhltttng these all In the second ADDING MACHINES
and then In right to represent the leaguein i
same opponents 48 to 14.
the third Norman's
scored six
the 7th Annual Starke Invitational -
times for a 12.6 lead. They led Softball Tournament. Ii I-
RESULTS, MAY 1J- 14-8 after four 17-9 after five i CALCULATORS
COLONIAL FLORIST 22 and the final after 22-12. Hurst-Green and the Jewel-
KOCH'S DRUGS i ry-Bank team have each otherto .
The winners rapped 20 safe- L *r .
play and If the present league
Colonial scored five times In ties being led by Terry Wools leaders win the Jewelry-Rank 2 Get'em While They Last! _
the first Inning and then waked who had a perfect game at the team will be relegated to second -
to an east 22-8 win over Koch's plate going flve-for-flve.Cookie : place. .
Drugs. Mundorff was four-for-slx.
Wlctde Anderson had three of .v If Williams-Community; wins i Used Typewriters i
The Florist team scored four Barrett' 12 hits. --".' -- .....--- they must make up a game
In tha second Inning and then with the Church team and If
capped off the game with 13 Carol McK Inne/ ties the game 6 all in the ocond. It wasn't enough they win that they will then

runs In the fourth. StandingsColonial 3-0,Nor- though, a. Norman's Farm went on to Mat Barrett's 2212. be Involved In a playoff with i -$45 To $85- i
The league leaders collected man's 2-1, Koch's12, Bar- Hurst-Green for the first half
22 base hits and were pacedat rett's 0-3. championship. The big game
the plate by the four-for- and Andy Crews had one hit tour the game was knotted at The loss dropped Southern DIscount will have been played and possIbly = Completely Reconditioned
four performance of Judy Bran- each. 88. Each team scored twiceIn into a tie for third place a champ determined. The j'j'I ;
son. Sheryl Jackson and Judy ScheduleFriday the sixth inning to send the with Police Dept. Rec Dept. will announce In next I Royals, Remingtons
Broughton were three-for-four. May 217:30: p.m., RESULTS MONDAY MAY 17 game Into extra Innings. BPOE had 13 hits, Southern week's write-up the dates t
Koch's had 12 hits. Barrett's vs Colonial; 9, Kochs COCA COLA 12 Neither could muster a score 12. Keith Kelly was the leadIng the playoff If one proves necessary s
vs Norman's. POLICE 7 In the seventh but In the top hitter for the winners going GUARANTEED TO WORK
RESULTS, MAY 17- Monday, May 247:30: pjn., Coca Cola took advantage of of the eighth HPOE plated two three-for-three.Bill Lundy i i
NORMAN'S FARM 22 Norman's vs Barrett's; Kochs Police mistakes to score a runs and then set Discount down Carl Ilamn Bruce Wolfred and Standings at this writing are: See Them At .- :
BARRETT'S 12 vs Colonial. 12-7 win and move their record 1-2-3 in the bottom of the eighth Randy Edmondson each had two Hurst Shell-Green's BBQ 11-3, !
to three wins against only for the 12-10 win. hi.... Williams Jewelry Community -
one loss. It was a big victory for BPOE For the losing team Wade I Bank 9-4, Cunningham 8-6. S Bradford County Telegraph |

I Each team scored once In as It allowed them to keep WInkler, Eddie Akridge and Independents 8-7; Andrews : PHONE !HM.B.10.r' :
Hampton Boys the first Inning, but In the second pace with the Hampton team Jackson Prevatt each had two Drugs 4-10. First Baptist 2-12. .J
Coke came up with five for a share of first place. hits* .......e..e..eee...................
runs on only two hits and led
Leading 5-1. Police scored again In -
the third and after three InnIngs YES
It was 5-2, but Coke went Maverick is America's lowest-
Baseball LeagueCoca out In front 7-2 after four priced V-8. Yet it's still the "simple

In the top of the fifth Police machine," saving you money on gas, oil,
scored five times three
Cola, a team made up eight Innings to decide the outcome hits and the game was tied. repairs. And now it comes in a new 4-door
of Hampton youngsters, has e- with Coke coming out on Coke wasted little time In grab- family version, too. ,
merged as leaders In the Ban- top 74. bing the lead again for In the
tam Baseball League by postIng This was the second loss
bottom of the fifth Police defense -
three victories In four con- for Discount and both came fell apart at the seams. / n\ ,
tests through games of Monday, In on an extra Inning contest. ---
Coke sent 11 batters to the ,..., .
May 17.BPOE. Coke was the visiting team .. If7 ,
plate and off only one hit scored > "
1970 League champs, and came to bat first and five times. Coke had only four
are right behind Coke with two promptly scored two runs on base hits, two by John Craw-
wins and a single loss, having three base hits to lead 2-0. ford, and one each by Mike
played at this writing one less This lead held up until DIscount Coleman and Ken Aycox. D.
game. Since the season Is still scored three times In Lott and Hart shared pitching
young and all teams have shown the bottom of the fourth In duties with Hart going the last
they can play "good ball"some lead 3-2. four Innings and gaining the
days and not so good other Coca Cola took advantage ofa YES Torino comes with: a new "halo" '---=

days, typical; of little leaguers, walk and errors In the fifth win.The Kilby brothers, John and vinyl roof, vinyl seat trim, GT door trim,
to tie the at three
Rec Director Gene Rayburn game all.
Dinky, split the pitching chores i''
says he Is not about to make At the end of regulation game for Police. Police had six base more! And luxury-car features galore at
any predictions as to who will time, six Innings, the score hits with James Groves going less-than-luxury prices. "
emerge champion. was still tied. Neither team two-for-three, and Dinky;; Kll
League Standings (thru May could score In the seventh even by, Jim Prevatt, Jeffrey Nor-
17- Coca Cola 3-1. BPOE 2-L. though Discount had the winning man and Chuch Register had
Southern Discount 1-2, Police, run at third base.' one hit each.
Department 1-3. f 4' In the top,of,,the eight three 4 1 .
Schedule-, base hits and several Discount
Thursday, May 20S p.m. errors allowed Coke to plate RESULTS WEDNESDAY
Coke vs BPOE. four runs and a 7-3 lead. Discount MAY 12 _
Monday, May 2t- 5 p.m. BP managed to score once POLICE DEPT. 6 __
OE vs..Police. In the bottom of the eight, but BPOE _
Tuesday, May 255 P.m. lost the game 74. In Bantam Baseball action
Coke vs Southern Discount. The winners outhlt their opponents Wednesday May 12, the tables
Wednesday, May 26- 5 p.m. 7-4 and were pacedby were turned, happily for one
Police vs Coke. J. Crawforda' three-for- team, not so happily for the n I
four and Harold Waters two- other.
RESULTS THURSDAY, MAY 13 for-two. Mike Coleman and Ken Police Dept lost Its first w
COKE 7SOUTHERN Aycox had one hit each. D. two games and BPOE won Its
DISCOUNT 4 Loll. R. Hart and Aycox shared first two games. Therefore,
Going into Thursday's Ban- pitching duties. the situation' of an undefeatedteam
tam game both participating Wade Winkler pitched six InnIngs meeting a winless team
teams Coke and Southern DIscount and was relieved by Ed- developed. You most likely can
had won one game and die Akridge who was charged guess the rest, and now we
lost one game so this was a with the loss. Jackson Prevattwas have no undefeated teams and
big one for both teams. It took two-for-four. Jeff Jockel no winless teams as the Police
Dept. picked up a win by
the) score of 6-2.
BPOE was first to bat and
came up with one run, Police
301 FLORIDATHEATRE failed to score and trailed 1-0
after one Inning. The Elks
scored again In the top of the
second to lead 2-0. Then In
DRIVEINFri. the bottom of the second Police -
took advantage of four hits,
one walk, and mistakes to score
Sat.May 21 22 Fri., Sat. Sun. four times and a 4-2 lead.
22 hits In the Inning were
May 21 23 Key
Double Feature Program produced by James Groves Yls

Show Starts At Sundown Double Feature Program Dlmky Kllby and a bunt singleby
Students & Adults $1.00 Chuck Register.
Adults18 Years Up Police added Insurance runs
Child 50c In the fourth and filth Inning.
$1.25 PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENTS BPOE threatened In the top
of the sixth when after the

A t AYJW lWNptJUWg first batter was retired, David -
Gaines drew a walk Keith
HUp50Ntyv'r Kelly doubled putting runners
o on second and third, but the
next batter was struck out and get special savingson
out anda
V DNR1+nNG WW ,. the happy final group one grounded of Police boys

had victory No. 1.
Dinky Kllby pitched a very
...,._,- .,. fine gene for the winners going special
JACK LEMMON SANDY DENNISIKISMMSTMY all the way and allowing new

only five hits, walked only two
THE OUT-W TOWERS and fanning five. Dinky was
!m -..--.-...'- given beautiful support by his
teammates who did not allow
the first batter to reach base
PLUS via an error. In fact BPOE ...
I had only eight base runners.
They challenged an The winners rapped out 10 base .rn
untamed hits. James Groves was two-
land! for-two, and single hits by DInky :: .
and John Kllby, Jeff Nor- YES : i
Lea k TECHNICOLOR APARAMWNTPIETUREr PmvWBN k man, and Pat Reed. the T erwilleQar Motors -
SUGGESTED m 0 h ':Y Bruce: Wolfred went all the
GENERAl AUDIENCES[ for the losers allowing .
rrl 10 hits, four walks, and Bruce Ford Team offers on 1r rf
d era struck out three. Keith Kelly savings ; {
.-- had two of his teams five hits, 4 I I
PLUS the other three were recordedby l !
WALT D1..IYr.: ......_ Bill Lundy, Wolfred. and any car or truck in stock.
Roger Mltzel.
7It.WllJlCIMfMJJYncttOllCClLOW' Come see how; .
gtSun. RESULTS, MAY 18-
thevampires BFOE12 .
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., Hon.- May 23, 24 doit SOUTHERN BPOE and DISCOUNT Southern Discount 10 -

locked up In a real slug rest

Girl Game .M.Ir..--,aWO.wn M.Y.. which took eight Innings to decide TERWILLEGAR MOTORSYOUR
',' A D.nturU.Poducwn. a whiner
The Elks team scored three
1' AND.Wild tunes In the first Inning, four
M In the second, and one In the
AndWilling In the second, five times In
rap! the third >to trail 8-7 afterthree 206 WEST MADISO ..sr: PHONE %1-7110 STARKE( FLORIDA

.. Mm aa MOM Innings.
Then In the fourth Southern
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council a chance to see whatIt
Retirement wanted to do.Councilman .
Jimmy; BoweD *

((1 From: Page 1)) aid he should too felt tho pension SLADESWAY Low Prices
board function and the vket ARt THE tICTaIi
council should not try to act *
firemen before there was a for It. He seconded Noegel'* or ter FOLODLE DTt t4TR09aesutr Top Quality

regular fire department. The motion. The vow Joined by ... Ok Ete t41LxS
board granted the two men 72 Councilman One Wiggins, was 3 *Dependable Economical
per cent credit for such bach 1 unanimous to back Jackson and ;
years, going' back to 1929 In the pension board. w
Buford's case. Clerk Edwards expressed his SAVINGS ServiceMagic
Buford actually gained one ;
displeasure at the council's action -
and a third years under Jack- asking why he U never )
son's method of figuring the backed In any of his recom F

time. mendations. Edwards said the Chef likes because Thrifty and Particular! and so
I t1 are
Glasgow, however, lost years council Is now probably In violation ; you you
of rettrment credit because his of the ordinance which do we. You'll give us a good look, Make Comparisons and comeback
period of time not served with! the
the city Is longer than Buford's. governs Chairman pension Jimmy plan.McRae to us for the Best Buy. Lots do and so will you.

He therefore was better off seeking to find out If the changes .
under clerk's method of
the are within the council's pow
giving credit for the period er, asked Jackson to meet with .-
of time absent from city em City Attorney George Pierce .- -
ployment.t'fgurng, and report back to the coun- Top 'Science ProjectBecky i
the years of service cil at Its next meeting Tues .
to be credited for retire- ). ,
day, June 1.Members 1 1. ee
.. A e
ment has apparently been a of the pension board Hutchins'. eighth grader at Bradford Middle School, : lif ., '"
bone of contention behind the -
are Mayor Car I Hurst and Council received an honorable mention in the State Science Fair ;....
at hall for I !!
scenes city several -
Chairman Nell Tucker, Patrolman with her project an the effect of dye on egg yolks.Mike .
months now. Chief Bu Doug Baldwin representing Whit, a junior at BHS, received award from I
an the
the city general employees -
ford reared In March but has Ir
a retirement check and Jackson a citizen American Pharmaceutical Society for his extended researchon r! '
although he has filled out all member representing all members totracyclirteiand bond flurotcence. !
the required papers, Clerk Edwards of the plan. Either Romero, Anne Hanes, Hjalmar McMillan, Emily iJ.!!
said, under the old method The city has 71 employees Williams, Lane Powell, Jo. Scanlon, Jimmy Andrews, Don ;:
when he would get credit under the pension plan now. Of Heel, and Donna Nelson alto repr.* ntd Bradford High at :
for 28 years and eight months. that number 55 are under the the fair in West Palm Beach on May 7. I .
Jackson said he had presented city's general plan. The others r
the changes to the city clerk are under either the police or -VMAGIC CHEF.
weeks back, but they had gotten firemen's plan but all three
plans are funded the All of the other Features", ait
now by
no further. Edwards took 30" or 36" RANGE
exception to that charge, sayIng city and set up to satisfy Florida Cowart Placed gas rangeMAGIC shown, plus the all new
he had presented the pension law, Clerk Edwards says
board's recommendationto Completely automatic Porcelain CHEF FEATURES Continuous Clean
On ProbationStephen Infinate (Heat Clock with 1 hour timer
Council Chairman Nell tuc Redistrict. Throughout .
.. Slant Front Controls
ker. The chairman has been with no cool down or heat up High Performance Lifetime RANGE
the one blocking action on the From Page DIn time like expensive Electric Cast Iron Burners
matter, the clerk said.ViceChairman Wayne Cowart, 22, Cowart was tried Saturday 4 Red Wheel La-Temp Oven Cleans while you cook, economically
Jimmy Melt one district and In Starke was sentenced to three after the trial was delayed at > Control .
part an No exce z*4f._ temperatures
ae, presiding Tuesday night other.A years probation and fined $200 the defendant's request then Chrome Plated Non Tilt
In Tucker's absence said the reset by Judge Murphree to get Oven RacksRemovable required like in electric
new state law, passed at Saturday after his trial for resisting 4 .
recommendations had never the 1969 session (Chapter 100.- arrest with violence. It on the spring court calendar. Oven Door end Ranges. Specially treated liners!
been brought before the coun- 041)) Door, Seals and Moderate heats combine to
provides that starting In A six 20 Roll Out Broiler and 2 Piece
cl. Tucker Is vacationing his member Jury stayedout Cowart was arrested Jan.
1972 the term of office of a Broiler Pan do cleaning chores for you.
week and was not present to Commissioner about an hour Saturday before for voluntary Intoxication. He 4 4Is your
County shall begin $Ranges.144W.
4 Leg Levelers
give his side of the story the returning a utility verdict. charged with resisting arrest -
on Tuesday two
At Jackson's pressing to see the weeks But Judge John A.H. Murphree by fighting and pulling a 4
following of the Gen-
day withheld adjudltlon of guilt'andplaced knife before being .
if the council would back the overcome
eral Election held In '
pension board action was finally Accordingly Commissioners said year. Cowart on probation. and placed In custory by only $$249a5w
Starke Patrolman Mervin
taken. now In office will have their 4
"I feel like the board oughtto terms shortened by approxi- Jackson. $188?

operate," said Councilman mately six weeks. Gas Rates Testifying for the defense Sat- 4 ... Choice of Colors
Billy Noegel. He moved to ap- .
The same provision also applies urday In the day-long trial were
prove the changes, saying he Choice of Colors
to school board mem- Michael Cowart brother of the
made the motion to give the bers.Summer. Keep Going defendant and the defendant. 4
Witnesses for the state were '
Patrolman Jackson and Asst. GENERAL ELECTRIC

U I Jobs Up : Edwards Police Chief Bill Chambers.

Jurors were Martha W. Dor- 16 POUNDAUTOMATIC
ko, W.H. Johns, Francis W.
Sought HereDear Rates the City of Starke pays Meng, Joe P. TomMnnon.Frances
for natural gas are still climbing :: Bernice Dansby. and WASHER
"a fraction" every month Charles L. Dlnklng.
Concerned Adult: City Clerk Merrill Edwards
told council members Tuesday Cowart was represented by *
Public Defender Tom Headley. Permanent Press Cycle
The Sta rke-Bra dford County Cha mbe r of Commerce is night. Asst. State Attorny Larry Turner

rea 1 III nx ious to find jobs f f"r youngste this summer Edwards said the 10 per cent prosecuted. Water Temperature Selector
rate Increase recently now
(either part-time of full-time) and we need your help! doesn't cover the increased cost Water Level Selector

of the gas.Attorney.

We have ma Lie d a numbe of questionnaires throughout George Spiegel,actIng Jacksonville .'
the county nesting information bout for the Florida Municipal "i.
req summer SAVE
Utilities Association:: of which '
employment opportunities that t you might be willing to Starke is a member, has Introduced \

offer. a bill Into the Florida Business $25.00 $1"
Legislature to have rates
cities for regulatedby
pay gas
We sincerely hope that t you will cooperate with us and the Public Utilities Commission NOW

he Jp yourselves and the youths of this county at t the Edwards said he has Directory :
same; time. been Informed. j

Edwards said Spiegel has requested -
that representatives of
elow is a form which you ca n cut out a nd se nd to the the cities which belong toFMUA Auto Sales and Service Zero-degree I I freezer
of C just in ca se you do not receive a form from us be present In Tallahassee Mon- !
day at 7 p.m. for a Senate Com Parrish
hrough the ma il. Committee MotorsSALES
merce meeting.
Several council members, City; Automatic I defrosting I .
Attorney George Pierce, and ?3
lease give us your support! /Z refrigerator
Clerk Edwards Indicated they SERVICE yi y section*
plan to attend.In PARTS i

Since rely, other action Tuesday night,
the council, moved to obtain a Always Good 'Vted Car \
tank to haul raw sewerage from
Ml Laura St. Fb. 354-5654
Bascom F. Mizell, Jr. ditches when pumping stations
President, Sta rke -Bra dford become inoperative and over-
How, such as happened recently ELECTRIC MOTORS 4
County Cha mbe r of Commerce near Saratoga Heights witha I
resulting odor.Councilman PEAVY Brothers \ 4 13.5 CU.

P.S. If you ne ed any f futher informa lion pie a se call Billy Noegel said RefrigeratorFreezerBig
the Shell 011 Dealer John Torode Electric. Co., \
Cha mbe office
r : 9645278.
has agreed to donate the
citya :: freezer holds to
tank. Electric !Motors 4 up

Noegel also urged the coun- Sold Serviced Repaired j" iiIvI 132 lbs.
JOB OPPORTUNITIESThe cil to extend the drainage ditch Generators Statera Armature 4 cabinet shelves, one
which runs from US-301 west Rewinding. 4 slides out "
through Pine Haven and Sara- 4044 Lenox: Jax. 387-2528 .
need to keep our school age youth occupied durin toga Heights Sub-divisions I, II e Twin vegetable bins

the summer months and to give them the opportunity 1 through a pond west of Sara- PIANOS 4 r.. 1 t"1 ll Only 30V2" wide

for on-the-job training in preparation for the future, is toga Heights. Noegel said To-
rode has agreed to give the city 4 4
one of the most YAMAHA PIANOS
importa nt responsibilities of businessmen -
permanent easement to maintain -
toda y. By giving our youth a n opportunity to work the ditch U he Is paid CONN ORGANS and KIMBALL: A H

and train for meaningful jobs, we are helping to avoid back.the cost of moving- his fence 4 $229

some of our social I problems that tare reflected in today The council Indicated:!, at 4 i.irlH..t..tiii5 int _

youthful despair, frustra tion, a pa thy and a lie na tion. Councilman:: One Wiggins' suggestion I W.T.
It will Investigate the
The Chamber of Commerce would like to act a s a costs. The Sanitation Committee 4 Choice of Colors
headed by Noegel, was assigned -
clearing house or referral I agency for summer jobs that chore. 4

for our youth of Bra dford County. If this is to be a
16 FT. 1i"li
meaningful program we must know how many summer KIMBALL "SWINdER" -' .A.- i

jobs can be made available or will be required, ORGANS t w

by local I busine sse ss and industries. Please take Roosevelt Mall-388519 4 BIG CAPACITY II

the time to fill in the requested information outlined R <

be Iowa nd return a t your ea rliest convenie nee. WESTERN STORE FREEZERStores

Will you plea se try to he Ip ? LITTLE DUDE 4

Western Store Up To 550 Pounds t

Na me of busine ss or industry: 4

-------- (Western Clothing Leather- Upright Convenience = l
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goods Saddles and Trailers 4 rI
Charles & Sharon
Number of summer employees desired <-_____ Petty
8. Edcewood 3841210FURNITURE
Clerk mmmm mm m, 4

Secretarial -------- < i
BAXLEY CHAIRFumltur..Dlscount ( $18200

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School Board Acts On Stamp Taxes Total $2,590 In April

Documentary stamp taxes Sur tax receipts In Bradford
Teacher collected In Bradford County County totaled$363,an increase
AppointmentsAbout In April totaled $2.590, a$335: of nearly$100. Clay County. collected I
increase over those collectedIn $1.681, an Increase of
tA 100 annual contract tea- Jean Harrell], Southside Ele- April. 1970 Comptroller over $300.
cher recommendations were mentary, and Mrs. Sarah La- Lawtey ElementarySandra Fred O. Dickinson reported..
approved by the Bradford School gasse. vo-tech center. Duncan, Betsy Sklenlcka, Sarah Clay County collected $9,482, Tilt Old Timer
Board In a special meeting Kundey, Sylvia Tatum, Nanette an increase of over $3,000. i\\
last week. Twelve teachers were also Register, Linda Tougaw Penny Union County collected $1,274.
Twelve teachers reported approved for continuing contracts Rizzo, Kathy Showers. State collections for the month
rte, v they do not plan to return to after successfully: completing Brooker ElementaryPeggy amounted to over $4,000,000
t teach in the county in 1971-72 three years of teaching Stanwlx-Hay, Malda Kahn and showed an Increase of 42
.. and four others received no in Bradford Schools. They Bradford Middle SchoolJanice per cent over collections for
'r. recommendation from their were recommended by their Holloway, Robert Yelle, April. 1970.
principal to return. principal and Supt. Casey.They Glenda Wattenbarger,Edna Kitties "Sur tax receipts, amount-
The retirement of seven educators are Sheron McCartha and Dean Brenda Farnsworth,Paula Ing to$564,363,have also shownan '
was officially announced Cassels, BUS; Ruby Thomas, Barrett, Mary Dungey, Jewells Increase of 50 per cent "Success doesn't come from
Tuesday. They Include vo-tech;: Deborah Stafford, E- Crawford, Carol Cheek, Marilyn over similar collections for lying awake at night, but
Mrs. Frances Hamilton and qullia wasdin,, and Dewey McKInney Bonlesld. Barbara Miller, April 1970" Comptroller Dic- from keeping awake in the
Mrs. BethnaEsteeLawteyEle- Southside Elementary; John McKinney, Louise Karen, kinson said. daytime!"
mentary; Mrs. Annie Laurie John Snell. Steve Miller John Schneider, John A, Reddish -
Morgan and Mrs. Louise Cros- Charles Hall,Julia Griftts/ ,Jacqueline Gloria Lewellen, Jane
by, Starke Elementary; PrIncipal Cline, and Christiana Manry ;;
V.R. Ferguson and Mrs. Bunnell, middle school.
1 Mattie Ellis, Brooker Elemen- Teachers recommended for Hampton{ Elementary- 1 +' .
---w.. Il ""' ..--'v ,rf tary, and Harland A. Sprow, re-appointment for annual con- Canova, Sherra Balr, Margaret + 1 'rf' 4 1r
-A q./a GiYrY-" i FIR yeA Brawford High School. tract by their principal con- Cupid Ernestine Denmark,
Bradford student Eleanor The board voted that an appropriate -. cured by the administrative Lynn Goldman, Martha Smith,
Lee, is the newly elected of' the lake
secretary plaque should be prepared staff, and approved by the board Jean Clark.
I City Community College student body. She Is tho daughter of, R.v. and Mrs. and presented to the retirees are;
Walter H. Lee, US-301 north of Starke. .
at the proper tfme. County WideWilliam Chap
Shown with Miss Lee are (l-r) VicO'Pretident Alfred Wa itma n, Treasurer Bill Approval was also given for man Music;Phlllls Talley,Art; re
Anton, and President Danny Kohlhepp. Dewey McKInney, now physical Ann Lindsey, Art; Earl Howell, Brownie Mothers
education Instructor at South- Speech/Hearing. Honored at Tea
side Elementary to replace the Supervisory UnitsLucille
Showers Bring retiring V.R. Ferguson as principal Payne, Elementary Supervisor; ri
World-Wide Room Reservations at Brooker Elementary. P.T. NoUn Purchasing Super- Brownie troop 604 honored
Drought Relief Phillip Vellenga, assistant visor, Foster Shi Smith Fed- their mothers at a Mother's
Speeded with Free Phone Call principal at Bradford Middle eral Projects Supervisor; C. Day tea Thursday afternoon of i
School, was named to prlncl- C. Anderson Accreditation Supervisor last week at the Episcopal ParIsh -
Dally thundershowers last Any one of a million hotel room!! throughout the world may palshlp of Starke Elementary.SE ; C.M. Clark, Atsis- House.
Wednesday through Saturday be reserved by making a 15-aocond free telephone call. Principal Charles Francishas tan Superintendent. The girls presented a special Choke Lots Available
brought a county average of been named to the prtn- Starke ElementaryVickie Mother's Day play entitled
2.25 Inches of rain to Brad- Reservations!! World with six computer centers, five in the clpalshlp of Bradford High Powell, Karen Christiansen "Mothers and Daughters". In
ford County since May 1. United States and one in Canada confirms space almost in School to replace Ralph Dtggs Call Werner, Cheryl Lee. The tea table was covered The New
Thundershowers on May 12, stantly. On request( it will determine the availability of a who was not recommended to Southside Elementary-- with a white linen cloth and
return by Supt. Tom Casey. ette Cope, Barbara Fisher,Deborah centered with a spring floral
13, 14, and 1 IS: brought an aver- rental car.Spearheaded. -
age of 2.25 Inches of rain to The school board backed Ca- Hull, Cynthia Lawrence, arrangement. Placed at van- Crosby Lake Cemetery
Bradford County for the monthto by James N. Sowers, former A merican Airlines sey's recommendation in a Donna Schroeder, Dolores Tucker tage points on the table were
date. This Is Just one-half executive this new service at One Park Avenue New York stormy meeting two weeks ago Burney Wlnkler. handmade corsages and gifts
In a 2-1 vote. Bradford High SchoolHUda the girls had made for their $$100 Per Single Grave Space
Inch below the SO year aver- has a pair of RCA Spectra 70/45 computer. operating at nil
Two other transfers were also Dey, Julie Fuller,Francis New- mothers. The girls also pre-
for the entire month of
age May. times in connection with six reservation! centers. This network approvedthat of Mrs. Vic- land, Patricia Thomas, Epifan- pared and served the refresh With P.rp.tuol Car Avallobl. At
Only two woods fires will be expanded in 1970 to include a second Canadian office and kie Powell from Hampton Elementary la Romero, Fred Browning ments. Small
reported during the past were week others in the Caribbean Hawaii Mexico and Brussels!! to Starke Elementaryand Lester Gray, Louis Garner, Assisting were Mrs.Ed Wainwright Additional Cost
Mrs. Peggy Stanwix-Hay David Keathley Patricia Watson leader, Mrs. Judy Nor-
by One the careless Florida Forest fire burned Service.10 Reservations World officially opened its ,doors on May 18, from Brooker Elementary to Jamie Caldwell Karen man and Mrs.Clarice Stephens. It Is Always Advisable To Make A
providing service for the first 350,000 travik-rs whose names Bradford Middle School. Jones, Edyth Combs, Kenneth Attending were the 12 Brown-
and fire startedby
acres one
lightning burned .2 acre. confirmed reservations and arrival times were stored on a "live Leaves of absence were Watts, Robert MacKlchan John ies and their mothers Selection Before Actual Need' Vises,
time"basis. granted two teachers: Mrs. Iva Allen Hilda Haas, Sandra Mor-
ris, Laura Crowson. Susan
King Linda Rockwell, Gerald Fish Is Fish (Llonnl)); Sweet
Reese Roland Clerlcuzlo. Pamela Betsy From Pike (Ablsch>
Turney, Roland Hender- Quarterback Gamble (Gault); I For Information Contact Any OfficerOf
Ion, Elton Wroten. Know Something You Don't Know
rijcarterPaints) )[f Vo-Tech School-A.B.Custer, (Agostinelli)> Mousekln's The Crosby Lake Cemetery, Assn., inc.E. .
Mary Lou Dasburg, R.N. Iloff- Woodland Sleepers (Miller);
ler, Carl Holland, Orle Hutch- The Magnificent Mongrel (Fon L. Mathews President 964.6305
Ins, Kenneth Johnson, E.B. Elsen)); Old Blue, You Good
Jones, Kathryn Manchester,Joseph Dog, You (Taylor). I L. 0. Hoi.n, Vice Pr... 964-7352
Roy Sellers,
and Roger Skelton Lewis Newman A. J. Thomas, S.cy. Tr.ot.9645701Terwillegar
Camelot; Cinderella; Mother I
Decorative Norman Wilcox Goose; Burl Ives Folk Songs;
Six Magical Folk Tales.


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Today's Youth, Says ExecutiveA 99% Complete Services Set Local movie fans should be 'new portable electronicair less electric current than an
For FridayRobert able to "go to the show" this cleaner, with a filtering ordinary 100-watt light bulb.
weekend no matter what their system that is said to remove .It removes particles as

business leader told new cent over the last 50 years, ing, that business won't Rebuilding of SR 16, from Richard (Bob)Rogan, taste.Screening: at the Florida The- up to 99 per cent of all pollen minute as .01 microns (1/2,
college graduates that the that many former dread diseases change US 301 In Starke to approxi- 57, of Silver Lake, was dead atre and 301 Drive-In will be and up to 90 per cent of all 640,000ths of an inch) and reduces -
United States. has experienced are mostly now Just He said, "The measure of mately .3 mile north of SR- upon arrival at Bradford County family film entertainment from airborne dust, smog and dusting and houseworkby
successful revolution in their words in the history books, tension that exists at times 230 at Kingsley Lake, Is 99 ; Hospital Tuesday afternoon, Walt Disney, Julie Andrewa' smoke from air passing ridding the air of dust
lifetime and that, if further that man has traveled at the between business and young per cent completed and slated following a sudden attack near golden voice (talking or singing through the unit has been developed particles.For .
change i Is needed now, the speed of sound and gone to people is also a measure of for completion within 10 Carver days Lawtey, where tie Was employed ) in Darling Llll, a vam- and introduced by the ease of cleaning, filters
RetIdent Engineer Jay as a payroll clerk by t the E.I.
challenge U theirs as the the moon, that more young the mutual attraction be- Mid Tuesday. DuPont Company. He had lived pire story and two girlie films West Bend Company, West are readily accessible by removing -
people are in college than ever tween these groups. Business showing at the drive-In Sundayand Bend, Wis.
the back
leaders of tomorrow.In here for the past 24 years. panel. It has
mid-year commencement before, that the better life needs young people. Society The Florida Department of Julie Monday. a built-in safety interlockthat
a Andrews Is
cool and
address at Pepperdine you lead has made you the needs them. And young peapie Transportation road project Surviving Is his wife, Odell detached femme fatale German The furniture-styled unit prevents removal of the
tallest and healthiest genera- and society need the business underway at a total cost of Wlndham Rogan; one cleans up to 300 cubic feet of until
College in Los Angeles on"Today's Muncie spy during World War I In panel the power supply
tion we've ever had 9649.791. Construction Is by Wayne D. Drake of air per minute while using
Challenge to Young to things "Darling Llll, but finds her is turned off.Serving.
system get Ind. and
VE Whltehurst one sister, Mrs. Hel-
and Sons, Inc..
Leaders,"Gardiner Symonds "It all that hasn't been accomplished."The of WllLUton. en Ellis of Wliimette, 111. resistance melting when she ,, .., ___.. .....
chairman of Tenneco Inc, some kind of revolution, Idon't business system is trys her wiles on Rock Hudson nll! DIII '"aaal""""' ""'"_"o .i.n.!cou._ _-..-
Houston, Texas, said: know what is. If you not some extraneous veneer Funeral services will be heldat who plays an American Florida[
flyer. The Blake Edwards ;
10:30: a.m. Friday In DeWitt production -
of need Since 1950
"As one representative new graduates think we imposed on our society by external C. Jones Chapel Keystone rated C, cost millions
the over-30 contingent, I discreetly further change I'm right/ forces. Business is people The man at the next desk Heights, with Leonard E. Wal to produce and will be screenedat fy y y
remind our new grad- with you. I hope you do as --organized to serve other says be des a defective elbow lace officiating Interment will the Florida this Friday, Saturday J Orttfal I1 greeting Service, .}ne.
uates that it is, after all, this good a job as we over-thirties people." and U afraid Ralph' Nader be In Keystone Heights Ceme- and Sunday, May 21-23. .. d
older /generation that has had have done even a better will bear about It and demandthe tery. Second on the bill at the FlorIda Vqee.J J i t"'aI"9T P1P'eY"9iw
something to do with the fact one. The challenge is yours" On ttUvition ditciutioni., recall of the entire biunia Is an Intriguing study of w ,
that life expectancy today Mr. Symonds decried the the moderator Is I the man who -race. love and vampire In "House of U
your announce the rubjtct that uriU the Dark Shadows" rated Cordially
GP Mrs Carolyn
has increased by 30 per charge that "no one is
ignored. THE FEDERAL PA YKOLL-GOING UP Walt Disney Is king of the Eaves .
screen Friday and Saturday at Welcomes
The prospects of reducing federal payroll)) costs' the 301 Drive-In with "The Representative
aa '''8W' aallWlA are indeed bleak, now that annual raises for government Wild Country," story of the Ph. 961-5812 You and Your
struggle of a family of "new- 122 N. St. ) to Your
workers seem to be firmly established.The comers" It Buy Family
as the
two big pay hikes workers got in 1969 boosted west. It Includes such big namesas Slnrke New Home

It's total government{ payrolls! almost' $.1. billion for the Vera Miles, Steve Forrest',
Here Ame Jack Elam and Ronny Howard -
fiscal year ended June 30, 1970. The State of FloridaIt
Now it looks as though payrolls in 1971 will increase Sandy Dennis and Jack Lem-
Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and
I mon star In"The
$2.7 billion, including the first increase expected
ers" on the second end of the To Aquaint You With Your City.
rlh under the new comparability plan to match double bill at the drive-In. The

private-industry pay. hilarious but frustrating come- If you are new in the area, a phone
The average;; mean pay of a government civilian dy PUta the couple through the
mill of newcomers to New York call will bring a prompt visit
( worker in June of this past year was estimated at City; when everything goes you

$9,I 00, more than 70 per cent higher than 10 yearn wrong that can possibly go from sour local hostess.! I'lp'e| give
earlier.It wrong, and then some. Both
films are rated G. her a call! She has maps' and many
WRITING looks as if more and more of our tax dollars "Girl Game" and "Wild and
will be eaten up in "administrative expenses" rather Willing," two R (for restricted free and wonderful gifts for you

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Sltt.1 Strawberries THU SU./ Heaves I II
BMSA C of C Aids Students

1 !r rr To Find Summer JobsA

Country Music trip to St. Augustine high
llghed last week for the Team r survey Is being made by erected In Callahan, Glover
"t, f # Park 3 student at Bradford Mid- the Starke-Bradford County; said.
OpeningThis dle School. Chamber of Commerce to determine Notice was given of a musi-
The group spent the mornIng the number of sum- cal program which will be pre-
FridayBradford in the historic area of mer Jobs available locally for sented May 30 at the high school
the city; looking at the restored students this summer. stadium for the benefit of foe
will be buildings and visitingthe Chamber President B.F. Bradford County Library Building -
County the
1 mecca of country;music lovers various old-fashioned shops (Bud) Mlzell suggested the sur- Fund. The governors agreedto
this weekend at the Blue Crass featuring arts and crafts and vey and the Board of Gover- support promotion of the
other specialities. The team nors approved the idea at Its event.Father's.
Special Country Music Park
southwest of Lawtey has its picnicked at the Old Jail and monthly luncheon Thursday,
toured the ancient Jail cells May 6, In the Garden Restau-
grand opening this Friday and
Saturday.The and buildings. Teachers of the rant. Day
Reading and Language Arts Department Forms are currently being
weekend highlight will be
the accompanied the stu mailed to all Chamber mem- Is June 20
appearance of Grand OleOpry
dents. bers, asking them to inform the
stars Jim
and Jessie
JJI11 JJI11T and the Virginia Boys, with Teams 2 and 5 are also plan Chamber office If they have
Carol Johnson, appearing Saturday ning field trips to St. Augus summer Jobs available for full 'Since Mrs. John B. Dodd,
only; and Wiseman, tine. One Way To TravelLiterally or parttime help. A form and a Spokane, Washington native,
Friday and Saturday.Mac. letter from Mizell, explainingthe started It 6lyearsagoFather'sDay
-;- Other popular entertainers CONCERT REHEARSALS drive, appears in this Issue has become a national tra
appearing will Include the Cross Final rehearsals are being dropping from the sky Mr. and Mrs. Donald of The Telegraph for per- dition.
held and programs and sceneryare C. Bonback Sr. North sons who are not Chamber It ranks second only to Christmas -
Family Quartet, Ken Clark'sMerry Miami, landed their
Sgt. Samuel L. Russell Mountain Boys, Mike being prepared for the chor- the Desert lite at members to use in Informing as a gift-giving holiday.
Johnson and the Sounds of BlueGrass al activity; group's spring con- in Lawtey May 6. the Chamber of Job openings. More than 75 per cent of the
Receives 2nd Air Force MedalTechnical and Don O'Nell and the cert. The concert is set Mon Convenience was Bonback' aim. He took the room Mlzell said the Chamber will gifts will be purchased by mothers
Fox Hollow Boys. day, May 24, at 7:30: p.m. at nearest the 'copter, not over 5D feet from where he land act as a clearing house for Job and daughters
Concerts the Middle School. applicants on a referral basis. This June 20 the nation will
will be held
Sergeant Samuel L, at 8pm The program will include ed. He informed the motel management, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Need for new brochures advertising pay tribute to the heads of
Sgt. Russell' was cited for on Friday, and at 2 pm
Russell Jr. (right, brother ofMrs. his outstanding performance of and 8 p.m. Saturday. A num- songs depleting the sounds of Utz, he would be making regular stops due to con the City of Starke and nearly 50 million households
spring, love, rain, spirituals, Bradford County; was again with gifts
C.G.Hill of Kings ley Lake, duly; as chief of maintenance ber of valuable prizes Including venience.
recently received his second statistics branch, directorate praise and fantasy. voiced by Chamber Executive Father's Day was started by
award of the U.S. Air Force of maintenance will a blue grass guitar, Following the concert there Vice-President John Myers.lie Mrs. Dodd, who, with her bro-
Commendation Medal at Cha- Fuchu Air Station engineering, Japan He, Saturday.The be .given away at 9 p.m. will be an orientation meeting May School Bond Issue said 25,000 copies of the pro- thers and sisters, was raisedby
nute AFB, Illinois from his is now at Chanute with a unit for the parents of incoming students posed brochure are needed and her father after her mother's
commanding officer. of the Air Training Command ing west park off Is reached the old by turn for next year from Starke, Funds Total South to Aid will cost an estimated $1,500. death. She started a campaignback
which Lawtoycutoff Southslde and Brooker Elemen- The governors approved the In 1909 to establish a
cal, and provides basic flying, techni at Tatum's aawmUJ tary Schools. $160,151Bradford Union Hospital project and authorized Myersto Sunday in June to honor all
military train-
Ing for U.S. Air Force Signs will be posted 110 give Students from Lawtey Hampton have the folder printed at fathers. The ideas was a pop
personnel directions and Brooker Elementary the lowest bid. ular one and caught on quick-

The sergeant Is a 1935 A two-day pass may be Schools visited the school last'' Board of Public Instruction Legislators representing U- Need for four-Ianlng SR-24, ly.In
of Landon High Schoolin graduate purchased for $4 admitting week as part of the continuing has been allocated nion have agreed to Introduce Waldo to Gainesville, was discussed June of 1910, the first
Jackaonvlle. adults to all three programs. orientation for next year'snew $160,151 In state education mon- legislation designed to help open by the governors.Myerswas Father's Day was celebrated.
Children under 12 are admitted students. The visitors were ies for May 1971, according to two new"2S-bed hospital In Lake directed correspond with Since flowers and candy havea
free with I18rents.Florida told about the school's program, a report from the office of Butler which can't accept pa- the Gainesville Chamber, lend- lower price tag than a bottle
classes, grading system and State Comptroller Fred O. .tJents because of lack of operating ing the local chamber's sup of Sctoch or a box of fine
Choral ConcertSet activities. The students were (Bud) Dickinson Jr. funds. port In advancing the priority cigars, Father's Day accounts
Guard then divided Into small groupsto The May '71 allocation Is The legislators met with of the project. for a bigger dollar volume than
Aak Monday At visit the team areas and $16,000 less than the $176,273 Union County officials last week The Chambers efforts In getting Mother's Day, a study by the
Units Due resource center to see first- allocated Bradford County; In and agreed to introduce a bill taxi service re-established research department of BlackS
CharleyE. Middle SchoolMonday hand the school's operation. May 1970. authorizing the County Com- In Starke have been success- White Scotch shows.
Clay County; School Board received mission to sell $100,000 in revenue ful, George Pierce, a Cham-
I This WeekendCamp TALENT SHOW $240,282 this month, certificates for hospital ber governor and attorney for
May 24, at 7:30 p.m. Team 5 held a talent show compared to $314,386 in May equipment and operating capi the City; of Starke, reported.
the Bradford Middle School cho- Friday for lie said Jacksonville firm
their team. last year. Baker's school board a
Johns ral activity group is presenting live lull landing this week was "between a short- Sherrie Starling danced to was allocated $88,572 this May tal.The bill would pledge a por- .will begin service here in the .
a spring concert TunesIn caiitps." the accompaniment of Debbie compared to $104,302 last May. tion of the county's share of near future.
About This Question: Bloom. Approximately 3,500 Florida Mitchell on the piano. Marilyn Union's school board received state racetrack funds to retire The effort to get US-301 four-
National Guardsmen of ttieSSrd Chandler, Wanda Thompson, $48,132, about $400 less than the bonds which are expected to laned betweeh 'Baldwin and lai-
"N !w package policies are Because spring is the theme returned and Jeff Granger sang. Donnie last May. be purchased locally.A lahan is continuing, Bill Glo- "A highway rlovrrlrvfmukm
Infantry to
appearing for offices, re for the concert, musical selections Brigade Nell sang and played his gui bill is also belru Introduced ver, chairman of the Tourism it |I'.i..>'lr lo ilrUpomrplarr
their home stations over the Funds of the Minimum
tailers and wholesalers. such as "Everything's tar with Donnie Thomas playing to permit the Union County Committee, reported.Progressis you did not intend .
after two-week
a summer Foundation which
Coming Up Roses, "Raindrops the bongo drums as back- Commission to levy to 11/2 being made on a sign denoting | ...
They combine theft, public training period, but another supply the major portion of up to !go MTUII <- you .n'l
Keep Falling on My Head ground.by US-301 which will be
mills In ad valorem taxes for
liability, and a great! number "Sing a Rainbow," spirituals, contingent of some 2,500 Lynn state school support, contri- get anywhere eUe.
Moxley, Rhonda operation of the hospital.
will begin arriving Sunday for
buted $46,115,400. The portion
of optional and religious will be Bennett
coverages songs another two weeks. Kathy Locke, Beverly The new hospital was completed -
of state school support, con-
with broad fire coverage included. Allen and Denise Turney. several weeks ago, but rising -
... The units arriving this week- tributed $46,115,400 The remaining -
at a ,10) per cent.to 20 p r--_. end comprise the Florida $2,715,256 was derived construction costs used up AMERICAN
cent premium savins! : Doe Besides. the group songs, Guard's Emergency Operations OrientationSet from state sales tax. available funds so there was -
%' other music will be sung by not enough left to purchase
'''. the Charley E. Johns!! Agency -. Headquarters, with headquarters -
two trios and a quartet. Two In Jacksonville. This group equipment and staff the facil
Invite busine&ft l numbers will be accompaniedby consists mainly of Supply and Monday 8:30: p.m. following the spring ity.; UPHOLSTERY!
firms to consult about dances. Service companies,but will also Night BMS"We concert at the school.
these new package policies Include one Signal Battalion,and The meeting will explain and Old
? A surprise feature is also on one Air Defense unit. discuss the Middle School's phi "Let Ut
feel that the parents'knowledge Make Your Old Furniture New"Our
the losophy, structure, grading
program. The South Caroline Guard'sOCS
and understanding of system and activities to the Material Or Your.
will be
held at the
Charley] E. the Middle School's program parents of next year's Incom-
The choral activity; group Is for two weeks starting June 13, will help to their childto
us help KITCHEN ,
ing students from Starke, AND DINING CHAIRS RECLINERS
under the direction of Mrs. and an Air Defense Artillery have a more successful II
Southslde and Brooker Elementary
JOHNS AGENCY William Wattenbarger. Mrs. Battalion from South Caroline school experience," say BMS Schools I ROCKERS LOUNGE CHAIRS SOFAS
Jim i Holla way Is the pianist.All will be here at the same time. Guidance Counselors Jackie
131 So. Walnut St. parents of BMS students and The Florida Guard OCS will Cline and John Snell, In explaining the Following counselors the orientation there will by be .., For Free Estimate Call 964-8427 dkk
Phone 984-5070 community; members are Invited be held at Blandlng for two the purpose for the
an Informal tour of the school'sfacilities
to attend weeks starting July 11. parent orientation meeting tote and equipment. "When things go: vrong,
held Monday, May 24, at ilon'l go with

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often. or thatL1. the right to accept or reject One 0) only Figure num- ..'
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ELECTION XJti One Q)Supervisor P. ri.County'hFl.wtdi of Brad- up any or all bids. ber 2 hanging leaders with one
Ou 'stttatolne torn ...- Sr. 1N.1., rs.. bird under and to and not later than 10:00: 20' top section, 112' bottom
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of Execution
I* Hrbr Glvon. that by virtue Writ A.M., Friday June 4, 1971, of Florida
and two Mr. City Starke section 1 boom attachment
Dlrli: W October. 171. Kvlrn: Trier the holds WittRracuiinn ,
O) Supervisors for remalnlnetsnns. .' the folkawfneesrtlftaauesi tdl'': i humid" out ..tema11/ for approximately 50,000 Ibs. drop hammer, and top plates
b.* 1114 Mid acrurieat for Court of Bradford County Clippings mixed, from Gar-
Merrill Edwards
xplrins' October, H7J, .> tat ..*4 to b* l 1.111I.4 tbr. Florida pursuant to e final ment By: for American Crane. Model -
for Bradford Soil sol WstswConservsitlaa o.. Tla. wrtiflcat. Bumtxr jirtitment for Town F'r"l"' Factory Cutting Room. City 395 B.C. Crawler Dragline.
and rear of lamiaae. th* d.. Company and .."In.' Sidneynrlffte Clippings offered where and ClerkIt Prices
District erlptlon. of th* .rIr. and If. and Theresn" "'." as Is SUBJECT TO YOUR INSPECTION 5/20 quoted shall be FOB
May 25. 1m in. a sues {In whloh H WM. *.. ri 111 In the mnnunt. of 1400 00 t.o.. PRIOR Starke Florida. FremlJlI f
MMd ma .. lollow.1 with coM 0' oollnettOn.H. TO BID- State !
Pursuant to the Soil and Watpr father Delivery date and attach
CKtlfint No. 41. T.ar et ... eoUeil nml Aril DING. Bids to be on form secured -
ConserrmOon Act, Chapter 3}. ...o. ..... w.'* lnn he follnwln I manufacturers current Bryjon City
S83. Florida Statute of 1M' ZX.erlp lon of WUut : (ed t>:raim:l property to Wltil Business Manager specifications supporting bid. J'
ot NW% PIopo"r XX Pick Up Florida State Prison Notice Is hereby given that 'The Inn
.0'1- "(l Chevrolet P.O. Box UnIque' North Carolina/ f
and Chapter 28094 of 1953, and Lot a 4k. w : a, 8. 221 Ratford Florida. the Board of County Commissioners Equipment shall be painted
aa amMded IMS notice Ia tart- Uo.1'1-&-R->| m. TruckVrrK Bradford County; Road Depart-
Nam. In which .. ... 1117Mondny of Bradford County
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tar dna ct an election to teheldr WAIT L. Tyir. Ti t eNNO.. 1781 T 5/20 2t 5/27 Florida hereby calls for andrequelt.l Color O-
on May 25, 1071 tor ttalection of Mid property: *.lu In 1. D. N... Cpl 143 A tle07eAl bids for the following maha Orange.
oti Our Q) Siipenrls- /b. County of Brad/oro.-- '&at. the pros erlY of thn show All bids must be In writingand Spend your vacation in rustic: elegance ac historical FRY-
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CALL FOR BIDS equipment purchased
or tor naming term expiring tlnl.* oaeh e rtlflct ora.runat.a .", thfen14thtd"y of Joni at by said Board for and behalf of delivered by hand or mall EMONT INN In the heart of the Great Smokey Mountain.
1971 and two O) .....n .b. rJ,.m4 o'clocknoon on. anti day, to the Board of County Commissioners
October twelve Ten minute to Cherokil Indian Reservation and outdoor
:ocardlnc to taw the j>ro *rtyrrlbd the pr.mleee' of the Bred The City of Starke will sell Bradford County Florida.
S remaining In uah ortlfloat* or on ford (".,u..I" Jan J will nff.rfor to the highest bidder 1 I960 The following drop hammer of Bradford County drama "Unto Th .. Hills." Tenni.
rrmidaZrbp Spacious room.. Pool
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October 179.Polllnz will b* oald to the "ale and moll tq the Florida at the Court House
hlchMI blddtr al th.. court. In hand. the a. Model, Bus Brown Trenching pile driving equipment shalj be
for' rash on or before June 7 1971 at Court Recreation h.lI. Canoe and trail trip., Superb
aviddefnndonM ,
IMHI door on th flrM tton- dmrrihed Machine and Trailer as is. equivalent to that manufacturedby
PlseeC: ) day: In month -of ""n.. ,1(71. hove to antlefy g.r *- Vulcan Iron Inc. 10 A.M. mountain cuisine. Evening entertainment. Waterfall bathingand
Firmer Mutual Exehanee which U tile 7th dr. of Jun. .' Trailer and machine may be Works The bidder shall clearly mark
1/D: sand r.jjutlon., Sheriff seen at the City Garage on West and the dimensions are taken horseback tiding nearby. European plan. Modest rate.
Florida the
Fairground, Stark, t'd tall Kth day of April. Bradford' County a. from Vulcan's Catalog.One envelope. "Bid on
J.L. Water. Grocery: Store, 1171, <. Washington Street. Pile Driver." Open May 20 through fall season. For Information about
(0)) only 1500 standard
filiAL) bids must be deliveredto
Lawtey Florida Gilbert S. Brown LEGAL NOTICE the City Clerk's office no drop hammer. 18" by 6-1/4" The Board of County Commissioners the Inn that progress left behind, write; FRYEMONT,
Store Clerk. of th
circuit Court
N.G. Hayes Grocery: reserves the right
.I Brad Cord Fiona later than 12:00 Noon May 24, Jaws. to Bryaon City N.C. 28783.
Brooker. Florida CO".tl-.. 4t 010Hetle Notice 1 I. hereby given that One (I) only Size T Pile reject any and all bids.

Polling Placed) will be open Of ....In;..;.4p. ;;; r. Tax sealed bids will be received 1971.The City of Starke reserves Cap 18" by 6-1/4", complete 5/20 2t 5/27

between ttie hour of 8 A.M. ... IM.l*. r .*.
and 5 P.M. Notice Ie H..rby olvn, that
Lo DeSu the. holder at the .
following"" ('.rtlrl..,.. haa filed .. e'
All qualified elector residing aid certificates. for a tat dsed r r
within th* Dltrlct shall be to b. Issued ,".r_". Th. c..* .'.. \\ .r "",.
tlflcat* numbere ...., yar of l
eligible to vote In thl election '..".n('., the deacrlptton of the -'
pro : and the name* la / .
r"h"r'n was aasd arc a* rriflh 1 ." VAD'Sar

A qualified elector a* defined follow Crtlflcat. No II. Tar. of ", ry .-5 S4V

In the Florida Soil Conserva- lasiunr. 1561.D..crlptlon. W :
'. .t Prop.rtr:
don Act Include any person 'A C'H.tot NW'4 PEC n-t-u d IIW'4! EX N 1A .. : J I. I :1 e 1 ," 111111.JI.
qualified to vote In general .e.
Nam In which ..***..4 Aa- ( .
election under the Constitution .l i*-ooodwin car. ; .
and Statute of thl* tate :11C of rid property bln r latil '" -, '-. ... 1 -"'! P'.... = ,. :...- =- 1
of Brad&rd, stateof I.. .. _
.... .
who 1* also a landowner In Florida.Vnl. '. pC&.. x1 .
the herein named District. .** ueh, erlflc* or ertlf .
cordlnir to law tit* 5/13 wt 5/20 .d In such' e.rtlflc pr. .l* or LOCATED AT CRYSTAL CINTIR. 30O S.I. HWY. 19, CRYSTAL RIVIR fLA.EAGLE .
evrtl/loaua. will b. old to the .
NOTICE hlahit, bld"or.I( the oourt Ij.II.Y ,. .. ,..1t '
han* .. on th* tint JlandarIn Sftt DUGU UTECIAL
:. :,..OI'o June, 1(71. which I -
Mr. J.D. Odom has made I* th. 7th Ny of Jun. 1171. SPA [t'J1'.BASEBAlL / :
to the Bradford Dated till* nUl day: of April. AVIATOR rI''' ''' f'Mgp1 GARDEN
application .
1171.I.F.AL "

County flcation Zoning of the for property n-d u.decrlbed si-- Ollb.rt) 8. Brown. :=p 1 GLOVES UNGLASSESN 1 1Profettlonel .# PREMIUM NOSEs '
Clerk of Circuit Court 0'8n4.IIord .
below' from Open Rural County: Florida A .4 'MOTOR OIL' 50 /
to MP (Manufacturing Industrial 4.15 ft,5.15 "

). !. Til Tnalr *...... Crt 0 Model. 30-40W W-,
SW.I/4 SW-1/4 except U18 !. Aad r.r Bradford Cna.
acre In NE corner; and 1.48 Flrl.. No. 1-111 I ., .k: 1 Top grain cowhide. -.,,: R I NON DITIIOINT 4" :i i

acre In SW corner of NW-1/4 In ni Kitat Of Paul Bar.r Rawhide I I ))1 i)< .1" .
of SW-I/4 containing 40 a- .n 8t oh.n... D.cea..4. i lacing. : Sotietod puttvirgin : Htavy duty ......
Nolle To Creditor 'J.#; onto r- INK Vinyl .
crss, more or less: NW- To all eradltor. and .11 por.on. .
havlnir claim demand ..:'" Hut tsilitint with" trass.
1/. of NW-1/4. Section 20, or d? !P I I
South aKlnt aald ttt. [ : "";;;> % non-corroslvo. !! j
all In Township 7 You. aDd aph of you. U. ; : v coupling,
Range 22 Eat h.r.by: notified and required ,0"1Ar ....: .
and demand I #
clarification to fits any e"'lm."
This change In which you. or "..r of you, :" QUART I 514
hal been given tentative approval may hove Inlt.th* **tata 1 _
subject to public advertla- Paul Uarren "lephene 4.cea*> Optical hinge, I 3z!: General' MotorsApproved' .
.4. tat. of Bradford County.
Ing a* specified In the Zoning Florida In the office of the / Win tomploi. / / Gu l tIJ PROCTOR
code of Bradford County.; County. Jud". of Bradford .. .
County. Stark. Br.dfordCounty ] .m .:J I VtI,..
.. Florida, within eft* J 'It DRY IRONS
John Torode. Chairman month from, th. date o>f the I' "
:1 71 -
Bradford County Zoning Board of. th.*. flrat publloatlna of thl.J.ctlo. .J I'JI'J.. ,. ". 11 .I Ilia f, _

Been claim or demand .mud ..: :.I r.:1 =- .' )-'""
b* In wrltlnir' and tat* l
5/13 2t 5/20 d:1
th. piles of .. and I \ 4
pent office .dldlr_ of th. ( k ..'..-:;: \
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S claimant and must b* aworn or toby i 5PEC1Al\' t PEciAG _" _
th* claimant. hl went WINDPROOFLIGHTERS G.E. 20"
COURT OF BRADFORDCOUN- hf. attorney or It willb*, void) ... _

TY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. *, acenrdtr Kuch creditor to law >halt' .a vrufflclent :;...0' 8 X 10 COLORENLARGEMENTS -' 3SPEEDFANS -= : -_ --- =-.r ,
oople. of hi* claim.to ;
IN RE: Estate of Mary C, Plechowskl. enable the County Jndne,. to '. IIkI" i IRON""mlens
mall on. to each p roaal Chromo" ;

Deceased. re1rr;....ntallvaDatrd 1177.n.ddl. .. ,tatting Nave thotofavorlto ....,.. -a" 1'6 \ III' a.'o '
April n. A. '. 1 High velocity.B G... .um "......,. ..,
durablaeato. .,. i" ,
NOTICE OF1 FILING FINAL PRED0IB' MM. .W: HmJ'.r'S1t.. \ .', element kladei, 11... 4 b I n r. era"./ n..,
.. .
D..ndabl. 10 inap.hotienlarged '''K''''
REPORT A. AdmlnUtrator of th* '., Crlllt twins;out 'aN...... .
Stephen f. .. I .. .hi.p. ,
DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR of Paul Darren rasp 1 "'
for. Ii..
D.csuM.FIn1 hllnl, ,for. framing cleaning.Date4 "
publica"" on AlDrll I', 3;" I .
Notice 1 I. hereby given thatI ItTl. 4.11 ** *-10IfOTICS .r : ; during :tau
have filed my final report ) OP BIDS tl f' C i :::: ,

of Executor of the Estate of .... bin Will !>. rclv.dv 10/
C. Plechowskl.'deceased to and not later' than .fun. "'. '
Iia. .-
4. 1071 In th. offlc of the t..i. ';, .f:m'
that I have filed my application Buelnoa ::" Florida ,.;" .
the a.le of ,
distribution and for Slat Prlaon. l"- -
Pin Pulpwood and Pin Tim. oj,1 [T :. I : r.l:: __ "
final discharge and that on b.r on a lump sum hal I Th
June I.. 1971 I will apply to oiferlna; I N comprleed of 00. 7:11.: : ::I liiI" .
the Honorable Theron A. Yawn, prnxlmately. : 410 acr..e to b* I..:.. rt : MODEL W22 .. Iere .
County Judge of Bradford County Divided( Into two (S) acre' a. ::001. Il. .J 11J. :
Thei) are cenerallr TtorHedout .. .
' Florida for approval of turpentine urea end area. H. 5PEC1Al ." ," ,. .).. .
aid final return and for an of round timber. Marvertlnf' .I .
b don by the. euceeterulbidder '
I 1. to
Order of Distribution and for within .l"ht..n
final the Will discharge of Mary a*C.Executor Plechow-of ;Bid norm* should period tn December b. a betrlnnlna..1.41 II.and; u.'l.r'.'. _. i I 1Q\ F : LUGGAGE I SNEAKERS V.

sM, deceased. turned In an tnvelove marked
of "Bid lump um Pin. Timber \ CLOSE.UPg o. fR II
Dated this 17th day May Hal to IM opened 10:00 ;/ 5' NATIONALLY SOY.S I
1971. a.m Jan 4. 171" and return : "
.. )la eufflclent time Mr th* TOOTHPASTE';' :4 ; IIrI'I'l".'".41 1//4/
bid ooenln. tot Jim Ch..ten. ., ;t. r
Chauncy E. Warner Jr., a* Buelneee 7f.nar.r, Florida' -.r"., /
Executor of the Estate of MaryC. .t.l.Balford. Prlon.Florida" P.11051 O Box .... ,t aeP 1IM-! :, 't,2 OX.; \ 3 t\" /#1 by Proi. ., J

Piechowsld deceased. a.. 01 1.17NSTifPI AE1Ai4- 211" ... S3.1S is INCH : ;y Flm.nllll..fllllnlnl. .
11" ... S1.9G '; a ::;;i Famous nemtkiales. .

5/20 4t 6/10 REa."TEII nR ITw'ITY ytCTITIOUSNAM t* j): < p'- Y1.0 ''I 24" ... 58.95 \\\\ -.1':. You'll sso the Famous .
: HINolle 21" ... SMS Name sack ..
on pair
tjlnN. :I t ,
l I. h __ .
L 2' S10.S Siios I to 11. '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF tli. nnd.nl.nrd' under thprovlilnni 0 BUY IfNE. GET ONE FN:'E ,\

FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL ilaw., .of Florid of .Chanter AoU of 11I..n 141, \\\'
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- will rce-l.t.r with tbs Clerh of 'iIIi'' : ::. < \ RI :4
COUNTY. the Circuit Court., In and tAt LISTERINEpc s\ .4"" = .
Florlde.. UI>- .i1
BredfoM County 1 nM\l\ I .
CASE NO. on proof of publication.. ot this MOUTH WASH l. .
Mary Lee Napier Plaintiff nolle ."f the flctltlon rims. .. "'" ERINE '. .. .J.-' t" .
of J H Electric Oomvany.under ......
v*. Donald Napier Defendant which, I am enea..4 In .
.. ox'1 .
Hlw.T. 101 Soups ; !! 110
NOTICE buelncM at : \
: G\\C\AL
I '
24 South O. Box 110. Hunrnum. Fla. UN''''' "ITAIL .:s fll I II tl S"-" .J
To: Donald Napier fill y': \

Eureka Street, Columbus Ohio. John K Van F..... P. O. Box ;? : VALUE, I fJF' :. '

You are hereby notified that 110.Dead Hamoton.IM." t7lh Fta day if44.-nt .A,,.,,. \\:2..I.:: :: R.1.a. MEN'S MEN'S',

an action for divorce has been A. D. 1171 at Stark. Bradford .
filed against you and you are County.: Florida d.1 4U I.>} "..... .. "fT OY r NGEt''' c"ffSANFORItED:I: NAVY SHOES

required to serve a copy of ., :
your written defenses U any JOHNSON < U, S Latl. Leather spportOeallty .
to It on Elzle S. Sanders Attorney IN TIE CIRCUIT COURT OF r ( Full cut heavy Twill. comtmetlosthroughom

for Plaintiff, whose address FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL UA/Y POWDER Pre cutiid.alert, ,

I* 138 West Call Street. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- t.l.. ..ie....... ,I. Sills U I. U. Sliet I to 11.
Starke. Florida, and file the FORD COUNTY. t1""' '' 9 OZ .
......... .
with the Clerk of the Marie
original Betty Marsh Plaintiff ):
above-styled; Court on or before VI. Richard Dean Marsh Defendant lbabYl i .nIL f If.

June 21, 1971; otherwise nfMcfo.rVALUI\\ Owp '

a judgment may be entered NOTICE OF ACTION r alt ll '\ 1.29, W IB

against you for the relief demanded Toi RlchardIk4anMarsbres- SSL -
1 I
in the Complaint. idence and address unknown. '" "Chl'LJ' T :'
WITNESS my hand and the You are notified that aa action gfcS.lit M 3 | .YO" FREE Z

seal of said Court on this 17th for divorce has been Died aMBSI SSBBBBBlS LiT asSSSSl I .

day of May 1971.CILBERTS. against you, and you are required J' 6.1 -

to serve a copy of your "

BROWNAs written defenses If any, to it .1/ -\1ftC'A\ t : 0' I ''SEE tAl J SPEGAII
Clerk of Said Court on A.Z. Adklns Jr.. Plaintiffs r '. of) ,

attorney whose address .Is 111 LADIES' -
BY Betty Edwards S.W. Third Street, Calneavllle. I; 1 GIRLS'I' BOYS'FLARE .... r MEN'S

Deputy; Clerk Florida on or before June 21st, I 41 :j PANTY HOSE BLOUSES ; -# LEGJEANS t... rr
1971, and file the original with s :

5/20 4t 6/10 the Clerk of this court, either Our tkeor pasty, koto :. PERMANENT PRESS E.. ,1I I .
before service on Plaintiffs ..' skew off your.. skapoly' Sleeveless ssd roll-up Li PERMANENT PRESS

attorney or Immediately r logs Pick sp I few slsev, styling with 'Nemlrs1OactM .

women' or ITTPIVHOT,,: : TO thereafter otherwise a default /lI pair Is variety caned cellar styles. Ift .
BVmairriwi ricrrrioie: Altai will b* entered against for of} .-..... Tkey'resometklng Assorted populsr solids a Cotton.
Node l I. h.rt>r .!*.. that you ... _t ,. Colorful popular solids sag eolsrtul stripes.
@M ... tie relief demanded In the Com yew sever _
"n".r.I" ., Chanter. !0.'" Law plaint. kave osoegk of! and sttrattlve prints. Sites I t* 11. .
.* .Florida. Act at 1941 w1Ud.pister '
with UM Clerk of WI. WITNESS my hand and the /l'j 0% rimless I .'I... j 5..7..14. -
Ormit Court .In one lor >r ard seal of this court on May 14th,
CMiity. Florida. uponroof L&1 '
ot .publication. of till. a*. 1971. 'w i
UM fir thIrtltKxi. .awn .. ar: .. m / ,
FASHION FABRICS, under whMl ) .
1 ... "ttteviiied. ] In ..... GILBERT S. BROWN .. fill allr J I U
114 .at Call "'., f lark. *. Clerk of the Circuit Court : ... r Im
tor* County., r........,.. 0--1 ".I 1.:1:: plus. : .
*a4 lillaaoaUl K. x....... rnw: :1J
..* .... Mv.* o.... ...... __.... By Beulah M. Moody / .lIl-1 !I.r. ll.OO PKO. of
Dac.4 .... .1tJI .. .... Deputy Clerk
aq... IfJ.\.M\ .. .. ....,.. \\ z.. -.11.11 COTTON .

"" .. .., 520'.t 6/10 -

Par J 10 Tit Iftvrm oh Maw ?0. IQ71



_...L __ ____...._ _JtI.



CITIZENS 5 AV E fe tf pii* #*

"To keep the heart unwrlnk-r 4 Vf dSla 1 I .

led, to bjthopefUl.Idndly.cheer '
ful over, reverent old "that This I* totrlumth 00 0 ,/ .. ,;;, ; K : -. vIRONSTONE
age quotation LLL
sums up, the attitude of the
members of Bradford County
Senior Citizens Club. I DINNERWARE I
Our work I. bearing fruit
a. we read In last week's
Telegraph. Out City Council I
voted In favor of a franchise
for taxi Mi-vice In Startie. This
will Oil the cap of transportation -
which baa been lacking
for more than a year. It will L)
be a blessing to senior citizen
*: and others. Thanks to
the City Council: Chamber of
Commerce and all others Involved -
In getting wheels roilIng
again. .S
Having bought a new Bingo
game with the help of Rec:.
DIr. Gene Rayburn. It was voted I
unanimously at our last PRICES GOOD THURS., MAY 20 thru SUN., MAY 23
meeting to donate a Bingo Game
to a new Senior Citizens Club

which This has will been beorpnzedlnReno.accomplished by : ,. SUNNYLAND TENDER SMOKED WHOLE '

our Neighborhood Service Center b '''
and we will help In getting llB
this section: of our Senior Citizens .. 14-17 LB. 'I
started.Nine .
members of our Club, AVG.FULL .
Alex and Emma Morton Bill HAMS
and Hazel Richards, Lucy Tucker
Walter and Peg Richardson __ ;- I
and Joe and Dorothy Ker M
rigan spent an hour at the
Public Library and accomplished
much work.
Spring cleaning? What to do _
with your discards of bits of 1< SHANK HALF LB.48c LB.
jewelery books, magazines, e-
lectrical equipment, clothing,
shoes furniture, almost anything
you want to get rid of BUTT PORTION LB.59c
can be donated to the LIbI'lU'1Fund

Things Shop through In the the old Stuff Alvarez and ....,.. ,.--....,.,..,.
store on Call St. You can also
stop there and buy somethingyou
; may: need very cheaply.A .
I was Margie Hamerschlag, ; ROUNDROAST'
. daughter of Mrs. Drlscoll, who
is Word from California.has reached us that Pork Chops o1B59c Chuck Steak lB.79C

Everett Prescott is gaining
ground. Keep up the good work HORMCl CANNED W D BRAND PURE((10 IBS.$3 69))

Everett.went surgery Jessie in St Young.Luke's under-Hos LB.PG..

pital.Olin Clara are Latterman also on the and sick Elolse Ham 3 CAN $299 Gr. Beef f o 5 $289

Bat Hope you all get better
soon. S S
Listening to music has great CHEK ALL FLAVORSDRINKS
therapeutic value especiallythe
old songs known by the el .
derly. We sing lots of them at
our meetings. It certainly gives ,
all a lift in spirit. ,
We were happy to read about C Miracle
Sen. Clt. Harry Rosenshlne who -

was honored by the President'sClub Limit 13 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarette, Whip
I of Stuart, McGuire Co.,
j Salem, Va. for being an out.
standing salesman. He Is 89 .
years old and still going strong! LAND SUNSHINE .
Letters were written to GOvernor
Reubin Askew and Mrs. Butter . . oKO: 69c $ f
Constance G. Walker Acting
Inquiring of a Delegate about from appointment Orange Juice 3 CANS $100) S
our area to the Whit House I
Conference, Nov. 28 Dec.3, STOKELV CREAM STYLE OR 'I: SAVE

1971.If President Nixon comes W. K. Corn s 5 CANS 17-01. X100 1 13 12-0&CANS. 48c
through as quoted In his following -
statement we are sure STOKELY CUT
I that the Conference on Aging 160..
I will be a big success Green Beans 5 CANS 1
"The Nation owes a 'tremen
dons debt to its older citizens, SAVE lieCRACKIN'0000 4 q a
as I remember my own Mother "-".
and Father and how much they Fig Bars e . PICO 38e WINH' CM Quantity 111 JTOteS Rights.INC -R..d-COPYWOHf-
sacrificed for me. The Nation
that forgets its parents Is not SAVE KLEENEX FAMILYNapkins
long for greatness. We need to 3 '14o.CT. $100
establish a greater respect for( e PICGS. FRESH FLORIDA GOlDEN BANTAM
our older people. We can't put'

and them forget away them.in Nursing Homes Corn .i.iALL 10 EARS 69c

Our next meeting will be .
Tues., May 25, at 1 jun., Pratt Md
(After mailing my article to
The Telegraph I received a
letter from Rep. Gene Shawin Strawberries 3 PINTS, $100!
which he states that he promises
to work and act for
any. Bill that will benefit us.) :

I -Joe Kerrigan A 1' Pole Beans .....)..)..)............).)...'.. Ib 29c

iL (tC.o : VINE RIPE
Al the second house from'
the corner they ha.... upset to 98 ,
much money on the beck Tomatoes lB, 39C
yard that Its the eoly place .0.
they cia afford t 10 visit this
summer. 48.00. RUSSET BAKING

BOTTLE Potatoes 0.10 BAG 69C

New Location.GLOVER., 5.


1 2 '
"COMPLETE Pies. 4 -

Wabrat 24 lira Ice Cream 2 PKGS.
Phone 964,3835 ". .


Mlle Potatoes 4 PKGS. $1

Truck Stop and

RestaurantJ&S Management Limeade 9 CANS o 99C
Open 24 Hr,. .

Dally ''p. .' SAV33.USUEUIPeas

Ample Visit Parking Car Gflt Shop 10 os.

Call 28 -SUl For Take Out 3 -: $100
Jet. 301'&:' 223 . .

WarvUle, Florida tf

M. V '0 I Q"I I"gr ph Pa ge 11

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I II II I Starke ;;
I I Central City vs .

'!;'1',:,;.; i' ,. ",.
<1' :
Dispute Raged In 1889 '

Hemember the hot and heavy mat: "A resolution pasted at stance." Stark should not be sung by
adverse reaction several year tho last meeting of the town Another "Citizen" argued for poet*. It rhymes with ark.bark,
Council approving the new name the name change: dark, hark, lark, mark, park,
change thtname of Temple of Central City; for Starke, and "The name Starke originated .hark, spark, and a host of

Avenue. to Kennedy; Boulevard, of placing the matter before when A. Cole, largest landowner allowable rhyme words. Central
., ,, or some such other more modern the inhabitants baa taken the In consultation with City rhymes only with
title? form of a petition to the Legislature George)E. Pace and Capt" Richard Pity." .
: The movement quickly fadedIn and la now going the Mr. Cole was allowed to One who signed himself "0th--
rliL the face of strong opposition rounds: In addition to the name name It Starke for the notvery server" wrote:
Just a* a more serious of the City; Council and Its evident reason It was the) "It seems from one of your
11 threat to change the name of chairman,,. George E. Pace, the) name of his sweetheart. The correspondents that the present
4 : Starke to Central City dieda petition 1* endorsed already other two.parties reluctantly name of Starke was an outgrowth -
lingering death back in 1889. by the Mayor and several of assented, and ever afterwards of an old-Urn love
It was during this eventful the leading citizens, and as they have both been willing match, the Interest of which
year that some "newcomer" soon to a majority of the towns- that the) name should changed Is long gone by. It Is time now
(Identity unknown) got the Idea folk have appended their signatures If a better name could be to drop the name and to foldit
Y Yi that the name "Starke" was the document will be found. up with the records of Central
1 something less than euphonious duly forwarded to the proper "Northern men and strangers City Cancel the letter 'e'
I 1I and did not conjure up a particularly quarter." of the town whose oplnlot In Starke and see what the
i good Image of the The same issue of The Tel- should be respected as of potential word means'wholly, entirely -
young town when used for advertising egraph carried the following value to your future, absolutely, as stark mad,
purposes In northern editorial comment: ire almost unanimously of o- stark blind, or stark naked.
magazines and newspapers. "Shall the name of Stark PInIon that no uglier name than No matter how you spell It,

,, Since the town was centrally be changed This subject seemsto Starke could be given to the Stake suggests nothing worth
;.. located On the North Central be agitating the minds of town. Toad and alligator thinking about Give us Cen-

.. P.tL.-: -- -- -- -- ---, .- ,---ti. _. '- part of Florida the only part our businessmen not a little. probably' object to the reclamation tral City"
The struggling;; crossroad community of Stork received of the peninsula developed to We Invite correspondence on of their swamp, but One Irate citizen who signed
any extent In those day) the their side of the subject. Let the work of Improvement goes himself "Lay on MacDuff."
first real
Its when the railroad
Impetus to growth author of this Idea argued that us get the real sentiments of on In spite of 1C I close with vigorously attacked the proposal
came ploughing through on lt. way from Femandlna to the name Central City would the people." the express hope that under : \

Cedar Ko,. The "Iton h.r.." pictured hero wa .tillenough attract more newcomer from In the Issue of March 29 the Its new name Starke is des "I have perused with much !f
the North who might Invest Council published the following tined to become the Chicagoof astonishment and amusementsome I
of novelty to attract mall bay to It '
Cd.JloTJal see by
go their money In Starke and Brad notice: the Flower State." of the communications on

at the Cell Street croitlng.I ford County real estate. "The citizens of the town Editor's( note: The His persuasive power evidently of Starke and vicinity are here Pace and Cape Richard referred advocates: thought of the Inconveniences -
;)' L[; TIE R convinced: the City; Council by notified that application will to In above letter were and perplexities?
I Or Feeling? ,.M ; I and a resolution wa adopted be made to the next Legislature partners In the firm of Richard Right here Florida the change
Hearing !:;. -. favoring the new name, and of the State to change & Pace, the first large general would be known by the reading
y 1 a petition circulated asking the the name of the town of Starketo tore In Starke.) public, but In the North and
EDITOREditor I State Legislature for authorityto CENTRAL CITY. Signed by The next Issue of The Telegraph West where we look for Immigration
The statement made during a recent home, about two miles away, but that { I make the change. Louis WltHvski. Mayor, and carried the following It would take de-
Keystone Heights council meetingthat he "could feel the vibrations" after Then a* might be expected,, George E. Pace, W.W. Sam, comment. In Its local Items:
"noise Is a form of pollution"seems he went to bed at night. "all hell broke loose"as sticklers U.D. Miner, and S.P. Gardiner "r*...e Is no reason why (Con't on next page)

be borne out In the fact for tradition came to the Aldermen. '- .
to Reaction .J "
Bradford County: Telegraph defense of the original name of from the public was VV"c '-'
that the Florida legislature has just With the new law In effect, the only Starke. The controversy that quick In coming : : =-

passed a bill voicing the same senti- difficulty; now will be to determine raged for weeks In The Tel. One writer, who signed himself ;iiiica'gj;
ments. what "quantities" of noise are sufficient Subject: "Generation Gap" egraph' column would have "Immigrant" wrote V

to be harmful or potentially put to shame some of our mod- wrathfully:
Dear Sir ern day battle over local Issue "The only argument In favorof -
Florida now has a brand new statute harmful to man and beast. What pol- c
*. the change is that an Inspection ,
outlawing "noise pollution" which Is lutes one man's ears might sent a For some time there has The battle opened with a few of the map will make : ,

defined as "noise In quantities which teeny topper Into realms of ecstacy. been much controversy over ter signed "Citizen." In the its appropriateness apparent. .. ---- ___n __ ._, _._
and their
are or may be potentially harmful the younger generation March 8, 1889 Issue. of The that Is true If we cut off the
or Injurious to human health or wel- "Music hath charms to soothe the attitude toward law officers. Telegraph. It, said In part western portion and the south At the-regular meeting on Social Committee Board of Direftors. -
May I, as a teenager,
"Starke Is the half-way house ern half of the state. May 13, the Board of Director or the Pro Shop.
fare, animal or plant life or properly; savage beast, or so says the soothsayer the public aware of an Incident on the Iron road between Fer- "Many place which today rejected a proposed a- By May 22 we hope to have

I. or unreasonable Interfere with the but some of the stuff turned which occurred on May 8 In nandina and Cedar Keys, while disfigure the map of Florida mendment to the by-law, reducing our swimming pool open.Check

enjoyment of life or property. Including out In the name of music these days Starke.At again room new railroad being exist only In names and a few the board membershipto with the Pro Shop for Information
outdoor recreation." has the power to send a sane man the rear of my home It faa Is built fr Lake City to Pa- Inhabitants who vegetate In sol wighC So on July 17 we'll and regulations.

climbing up the walls after prolonged beautiful, serene pond. latka has Its exact geographical itude. but they cling to the be looking for all membersto Still burning Bingo \up every'
noise well known throughout the community mean In this city This proposal delusion that a name will make be present at the Club Wednesday night at 8.The jack-
The Keystone flap over pol- exposure. that no fishing 1* allowed is to be submitted to town. Championship Awards Banquetand pot Is up to $50 and 60 numbers -
lution came as the result of dances In this pond. The highlight the Mayor and Council for their General Membership Meeting now, so bring a friend on
held the at the beach Somehow can't of my day had been comIng "If we wish to reap the benefit out and
during summer we help sympathizingwith consideration, and while the to help elect seven new play.
pavilion with the sound turned up to the Keystone councilman In his home from school and feed- local authorities are engagedIn of our well merited reputation board members whose present Herb will have attended by
for health and
In this
the fish pond. beauty,
fog ;
weighing this Important point terms will have now a meeting of the Junior
an estimated 140 declbles. Anything wistful wishing for the good old days expired.We
A* spring wore on, the flan business, then avoid this trouble -
over 92 declbles Is said to be Injurious when young people were satisfied Justto multiplied and would jump out it would be well for the citizens and stick to the old name are planning a big Mem- 21 North Central Florida Club,
of Starke to discuss the bership-Prospective: Membership which Is a Junior Tournamentfor
to hearing, according to one listen to music. "That Isn't enough of the water whenever I approached different aspects of the suggested so long borne with so much Tournament and free sup all ages, male and female,

spokesman at the meeting. A numberof anymore," he said. "Nowadays they the bank to feed them change." honor and so little blame. per on Sunday, June 6, so If played during the upcoming )
I wonder how But himself
home owners In the vicinity; oft have to FEEL It." and began to Sure enough, the proposal waa one who signed you are not yet a member and summer months. Approximate
"" the toM > > .*** .rr '... ,""r.... long will it be before someone brought up at thenext Council "Let Her Go, Galllgher' fav- would"' Uke to play' in thee ly1'seven courses ,will be In-
: have moped:; here destroys these wonderful meeting, but no final'action ored the change: ''Pro'Herb' Herrea 'volvedso; If have a
1'> them .In ,the of *1.u Perhaps %_ that's a' good J way to do'termlne -.: Uttle creature that ,have given Councilmen "There 'are'no old associations .ront give lstorr who might you be young-
was taken as the a call at 954-5441,' and we'll interested.
:'. and quietude; x the difference between legal me to much pleasure.And that "'attach us to the '
peace ; did not have Jurisdiction in get you Just give Herb a call.:.;
... and Illegal noise. Why not say that people did begin to notice the matter. name of Starke,although a resident All right-hen's the Big And last, but surely not

One councilman, who confessed to music (or any other sound) becomes and they asked If they Prior to the official meeting, for many years. We like News-- on Saturday, June 12, least.-- our membership drive.
It the Central Some
In the
could flan City.
was name )
the Councilmen called on Mayor from 8 to 1 the The Red Team is still leading -
being a little hard of hearing said pollution when you stop hearing It, clearly marked "No Trespas people think there 1* nothingIn am. p.m. with
Louis WItktvskt, who wa Social Committee Is having a big 16 new members -
he couldn't hear the music at his and !117 "
start feeling A chlldhadbeendrmmeclthore. but
sing. a name, we can change followed
also an early Starke merchant, "The Big Hawaiian Luau" with by the White
to express his opinion on the the name and by properly fer-, ill the trimmings. All you can Team with' five Blue Team
To the many young people tillzlng change Its HUE and also with five and Blood Team
proposed change.Mr. eat followed by a dance to ,
Exit who asked said "no" for make It smell SWEETER. It
I' ActsAt we with four If
Population WltkivsH said he was the music of a hot band from new members. you
your. protection and the owner' will be an honor to be a resident not member of fine
in are
favor of anything likely to Max. $10 a couple for all mem- a our
*, and they did not fish benefit the town. "I heartily of Central City and an bers and guests (BYOL). The club, bring the family out and

long last the Florida a noticed In this matter and I do smoked and already a member, get a friend
sounding the death knell for the population acts were probably unconstitutional too and apparently he not think that a more suitable An Indignant Starke-lte replied ribs. Need we more to Join.

so-called "population acts" which, for and several have been void- felt his poeltion was above name could possibly be : If someone say hasn't run you Almost forgot. .Ladles Golf

many years have provided a sneaky ed over the years when taken to court. other.. chosen." "Let us keep our tradition down yet, tickets may be acquired Association meets tonight
way of passing local bills which might But most of them were allowed to On that afternoon when I went The next Issue of The Telegraph and the name of our town. If from members of the (Thursday) In the club house.
down to feed the fish, I found we give way to those revolutionists -
have proved unpopular with the voters stand simply because no one was sufficiently him with a companion, fishing on March 22 reported. -4 In this bold demand

If given the light of publicity.; concerned to bring suit. poles lawn chain and basket. should I say, the privileged there would be no end to It.

With tear In my eye., for one? It Is claimed that It will changethe ;
\1\\1\ Both houses are reported to have One os the big problems with popu- several hour I watched him price of goods and cause County Agent
catch the fish that too the merchants and N-l j jtw
I approved legislation which will wipe lation acts was that after every new Respectfully yours, moneychangers Ii
mall to be of any good to him, to realize greater
more than 2,000 population acts from census, the laws would have to be but so meaningful to me. JUl Belle profits, but It would take a

the general statutes and gives county; revised to keep up with the population Please tell me, are law officer 1029 Palm Street whole generation before another C
,!1 commissioners the right to re-enact changes. There were also instances the privileged few, or Starke, Fie name could be as familiar as Bobby Taylor ,

< them as ordinances or let them die of another county growing Intoa Commercial marketing of require of these producers facilities., State A committee Department !

;' a peaceful death. population act that was originally strawberries Is over this year, of Agricultre representatives -
but number of fields are still
Intended for some other county.; This U- the Farmers Mar- f
to the public on a
The law requires that a regular could prove embarrassing, not to say FarmersThe Diarya open Pick-It basis Quality; and ket and your County Agent are I

I local bill must be advertised at least disastrous at times. quantity; of the fruit In the making recommendations on thetype

30 days before it Is Introduced In longdry spell wa.' apparently Jury from a venire that had 'fields II still good. If you have of facility and; that future can needs.serve

the Legislature to give due notice Population acts also provided a means .broken late lat week been summoned Tuesday for a n't filled your freezer, madea dun We hope present that these plans will

U to the public who will be affectedby for some legislators to take revengeon when a series of shower which f trial that was called oft. In supply of preserves or Jam materialize.
lasted through Saturday gave the saved the or If you haven't had enough
Its provisions. city or county officials who may so doing,
strawberry short cake or
the countryside a good soak- mentioned and
other Jurors as 4-H AWARDS
have opposed their re-election for On Sunday morning, the strawberry pie, this weekwould
I Ing. of course, saved the county;
But many times, to get around giving one reason or another. The legislator ''field and woods took on anew from some extra expense.: be a good time to visit the 4-H members awards at will covered receive
: public notice to a measure that could pass a population act, with- look and grass turned Trouble was though, that the U-Plck-It folds Most field,, 'I dish project supper tonight (May 20th)
: might be unpopular-- such as raising out benefit of advertising, to cut the greener and darted growing trial which was then set for are around, or west of L at the Civil Defense Building
State Roads 225 and 125.
f some official's salary-- the legislator salary or Impose some unpleasant again. The be break the In start the of weather the- Thursday was postponed and tey This on strawberry.. like In. Starke. all members who
If aU this
: would by-pass normal procedure and duties on the official without his knowledge usual may summer pattern which was sounds held complicated Saturday. It 1*, because possibly all others, has been complete their projects and turn

I Introduce a "population act" which until It was too late. Include almost dally, showers By Sam McGarreypart so Is the court calen- different. It started with a in a record book will receive an
Is really a local bill disguised as a dar. shortage of plants during set award. Other special awardsto
of the country. 4-H members will also be
.eAmaryllis ) ting season. This resulted In
phony general statute. Although the new anti-population act
: Parents are Invited
e only acres belni"t.-
legislation does not prohibit their Introduction -
and day lllle and about half a normal crop. Even and encouraged to attend this
In the Legislature, It Is extremely Berry production In fading had cold and program.
I thor plants are blooming at But speaking of complicated though we a dry
:l The name of the county would not doubtful that one will ever ur place, adding patches of out fast now and If you want things, after getting his new 'winter, the plants looked real The Bradford 4-H Council is

be mentioned In the bill but It would get by again since the new Constitutionhas -olor to the ground, and out to get some better by picking before your car Sam raised the hood of It good the first of March. A making plans to have an ap-

I'' be worded to apply to "all counties" much tighter restrictions on the In the county; along ditches ,own the you'd give out.hurry Signs areported and took a peek at the engine freeze stripped) most plants and preclaion supper for sponsors,
plants donors and 4-H leaders in June
and other wet place, we seethe and all the gadgets snuggled delayed Initial harvest threeor
within a certain population bracket. Introduction of local bills.If along the road. direct- These folks are responsible for
four weeks. The berries
brilliant daubentonla
dower around 1C He got bugeyedstaring
This bracket would usually be so nar- which often capture the Ing you to the fields that are at the mass of device never reached a real "peak"during the success of our 4-H programs

row as to make the law apply only, another one Is never passed, It attention of tourists still In production. Incidentally dida and wire and mysterious objects a long picking season, in Bradford County.;
to the county concerned. ,will be soon enough. ,lot the better grower this season than and then and there decided even though some growers
see picked pretty heavy for a few
l that It was much too
seemed likely they would
A.B. Whitehead Jr., Is the
much for him to out days.
because of the lateness of the
chairman of swine committeethat
Another big Fourth of July Even though production was a
My Neighbors celebration Is being planned harvest. a. average quality was excellent will meet next Tuesday
I The Bradford Coy by the City; of Keystone Height throughout the season. Without night to'make plans for organizing -

and the civic club of that We sea where) a group of What a far cry' the moderncar a peak and a few other factors a Swine Producer As
TELEOJtAPH -. community; and they hope to senior citizen up in Boons- Is, In this respect, from working for our growers, sociation.: Even with low prices -
equal or even better the fin ville, Ky., working WIder a the old tin Lizzie. In that case, prices were satisfactory for aU In the Industry, a lot of
.rAII1J9RBDII'II Interest Is evident In tryingto
cJ how they put on last at varieties of berries.
year project called Green Thumb, there wa an engine, a car-
I Keystone Beach. The big at- Inc., built a 100-acre roadside buretor, a spark coD and perhaps do a better Job of producing:
traction, of course, la the firework park, complete with restrooms, a few other things, but FARMERS MARKET and marketing better pork. Attendance
and Interest has
cFLORI at night but this year grills, picnic table and two simplicity; was the rule, and Limited harvest at any onetime run
ass a Water the afternoonwill nature trail*. The work, done If the old Ford quit there throughout the strawberry high this at previous swine meetIng -

be added by men over the age of 83, were few place where the season enabled the buyers and Goals* for year.
'.! was financed partly by the U.S. trouble. could be located. shippers to "get-by" without thewinproducers
,. I of coolers. They had to use "PIa-. usociation'ww: be to develop
Labor Dapc a* a mean
a market for i quality feeder
see gy" refrigerator traitor ;
helping people to help themselves lbto
I And speaking of shown, the out of poverty without take the field beat out of pigs. methtopotehantial already

grand opening of the Blue Grass handouts from the local or federal But that old Model T was berries. for shlnmenC However, been buyers.
>t. L. JI.U zwtl. f4Mewlsl-hku Special Country Mule Park go eraments. not alrcondltioned,for instance. tM method wa very \unhandy The association will be able to
l j ralriel .... Tb.alatr .. ....... tae 6eaar near Lawtey will be held Friday And as a matter of tact, It and cumbersome and would not flU specific order of size. ,
''j 4 h7ar w_ as .. rest om. at tM.q rlydrj and Saturday with Grand wasn't even weatherproof, as have been satisfactory In a number and quality; pigs to tile

j 'ns.1s ..m M Meese ...q. .p. "O.K., It's a deal. You help Ole Opry stars In person, a* one who well remembers the normal year.There buyer.satisfaction For,Information of producer and
well other radio and TV John A.H.Mur- Is a real need to have about
U 1 ..... .. a Circuit Judge buckets of water that used to
.11I 1
ears M.MIJJAL and I'll
t -: lash ma roll my taxpapers .tar*. The event 1* billed a* phree saved prospective Jurors pour In from the "curtains"you a market facility; with coolers this association, call A.B.
...'.. sew lpear, Igl/ help you roll yours-.r, sly I family entertainment and a* from an extra day at the court- snapped Into position dur In Bradford County. We have Whltehead Jr.'or your Counjty

t mean 'log:*.' the only music park In this house last week, when he picked lug a rainstorm Ideal soil to produce crops that Agent office in Starke.I .

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North Florida Fox Hunters 453 Battalion "

I Win at Show in Pierson Starts Camp
City BY LINDA COX CommunityNews

-- Sunday May 23
(Con't 'from preceding page) PERSONALS Elaine. Bob and Terrle of Jacksonville ,
Mrs. Amanda Lewis came and Debbie and Rick-
home Tuesday May 11, after ey Crosby of Gainesville. All Starke" 453rd Transportation -
cades before this new. would spending a few days In Gaines attended 1 the J.R. Groover family Battalion of the Florida
be known. ville at her granddaughter's, reunion at Rock Church. Army National Guard will con-
"Would not the Post Office Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Hall and On Tuesday evening May 25, duct Its two-week annual trainIng -
Deportment Incur an endless children. at 8 p.m. the Brooker PTA at Camp Blanding during
amount of trouble and expense Mrs. Iva Mae Lewis Is on will hold Its regular meeting the period May 23 .to June 6. By Elizaheth (Civens Walker
If the town were .known as her vacation from Sunland at Brooker Elementary School. The Battalion Is commandedby
Central City and the post office Training Center In Gainesville Mrs. Peggy Stanwlx-Hay's fifth Lt. Col. George M. Coates: ,

as StarkeV"Starke where she Is employed. and six graders will presenta Jr., of Lake City. Other officers
Is a good short,substantial lhNe She enjoyed spending last week one act play entitled, "The of Ute Battalion Headquarters DELL CIIAPTER IBS urday night the League will
name. There Is no more with a friend, Mrs. Goldie, at Would-Be Swingers" Cast; are: Maj. Clyde A. Dell Chapter 168 will hold Its be selling In the kitchen. Ser-
romance about It than In a Branford. This week Iva Mae Darleno Jones as Ann Flicker Margin, Jr., Executive Officer; regular meeting Thursday, May vices will begin the Youth Day
llghterwood stump, but neither and her mother Mrs. Amanda ; Theressa Jones as Debby Maj. Robert W. Ten Elck.: 0- 20. (tonight) at 8 p.m. In the with Sunday School at 9:30.
does It smack of a paper town. Lewis, are enjoying a weekof White; John Rlggs as Buddy; Deration and Training officer; Masonic Hall on Brownlee Morning service at 11 a.m.
It was good when flrlt bestowed fun and relaxation at Fall- Isabel Bristol as Polly; Reed Capt. James L. Locke Adju- Street. All members are askedto League at 4 p.m. Evening ser
In honor of a pure young lady In Apartments on Lake Geneva Harley as Sylvester; Rhonda tant and Headquarters Detach- please be present and on vice 8 p.m.Ebenezer.
good when Immigration foundIt Plctur.d above are members of the North Florida fox- Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Williams Harrell as Bertha Dettleson; ment Commander; and Capt. time. Business of vital Im-
i out 12 years ago; good when hunters Association who were winners In the Central Florida from Tallahassee spent the Alan Smith as Roscoe Dettle- Randolph A. Green, Supply and portance. The cooperation of Baptist Church.
you captured the courthouse Foxhunters Association FI.ld Trial and Bench $how weekend with Mrs. Williams' son, John Bristol as Charley Service Officer. all members Is needed In this Rev. Leroy Davis pastor, Bible
and good during last year's on May 5-6 at Plerson. Left to Right: W.al.y Moody C. mother Mrs. Bill Bigham, and and Marlene Sharp as Mrs. Senior non-commissioned officers effort. -W.P. Clarence Williams Class each Monday night
epidemic. Let us keep Starke W. Green, Jerry Wadsworth, M. Plnkston, and James Norman son Billy. They also visited White (widow). Come out and of the 453rd Include Command ; W.M. Alma B. Bacon. Sunday School. 9:45 each Sun
and bury the stillborn babe Mrs. Williams' sister and family support your PTA and enjoy Sgt. Maj. Warren F. day. Prayer Meeting each
Central City under the green Not pictured are Robert Starling, DaUy Horsey, J. Mr. and Stanley Green this play. Ebbing; SFC Delano Thomas NAACP NOTICE Thursday night The 5th Sun-
sod of oblivion." L. Wllkerton and Sam Getsen. and children Deborah Don, Operation Sergeant; and SIC Bradford Union NAACP day Union will begin Thurs-
However the person who apparently and Doug. Sidney Jackson Battalion Sup Branch will hold an Installa day night. May 27, at Ebene-
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was the chief propon- ;1I'r.jt"'fft: ry 1l"ItI.L.r "t tion service for the Youth Department All
Miss Ramona Harrell from ply Sergeant.The zer Baptist Church. members -
ent of the change replied In a FSU enjoyed a weekend at home My Neighbors 453rd has under Its com- Tuesday May 25, at and friends Invited to
lengthy rebuttal: e Id with her folks Mr. and Mrs. mand the 269th! Engineer Co. of Macedonia Free Will Baptist attend.
"Now gentlemen, my personality 4 Guy Harrell and sister Rhon his Live Oak; the 853rd Supply & Church, Lawtey. All parentsare
Is of no more account iFI da. Other guests of the Ilarrells Service Co. and 753rd Trans- asked to support the youthIn Greater Allen Chapel AME
(In this debate). Chance and for Sunday dinner included : portation Detachment both of this effort. The senior advIsors Church. Rev. C.E. Jenkins pas
the central position of your Y : their other daughter and Jacksonville; the 253rd Signal are Herman Johnson and tor. Sunday Is Trustee Day.
town directed me to your gates. her family Mr. and Mrs. Bob- Co., St. Augustine; and the Edna Kitties. The following officers Services will begin with Sun-
For your satisfaction. I have by Parrish and son, Brett, from 144th Transportation Co. of will be installed: Leroy day School at 10 a.m. Morn
not escaped from either Bed- Lake Butler; also Mrs. liar- Marianna and Leesburg. Williams, President;Doro- ing service at 11. Evening service -
lam or Sing-Sing. rell's mother and sister Mrs. ti1 The Battalion Headquartersof thy Spearman, secretary; and 6 p.m. All Class leaders -
"It was while engaged in Edna Hayes and Mrs. Stella the 453rd was recently designated Ruthell Smith treasurer. are asked to please con-
drawing out a form ofadvertis- Lovely from Gainesville. a "superior" unit tact each member and remind
drawing outs form of advertise Those who visited Mr. and for calendar year 1970 by Maj. Greater Bethlehem Free Will each one of his and her dutr.1he ; .
ment to help boom your town, Mrs. E.B. Crosby during the < Gen Henry w. McMillan the Baptist Church Rev. Jasper
a labor of love for which I past weekend Included Mr. and i-f.J Adjutant General State of Flor- Williams pastor. Each Monday Old 16m&
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am repaid with derision by Mrs. J.W. Pearson and Dale ; r ". ida. The unit has also been designated night Senior Choir rehearsal.
not a few that I recognizedthe Polk of Key West; Mr. and "I know I speak for the as one of the most Tuesday night. Choir No.3 and rA (/ ,
difficulty of getting capitalIsts the Junior Usher Board No. 2 -
Mrs. John Groover of Oak entire Muff when I we're outstanding In the Florida Army .
to assimilate the syllableof Ridge, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. nay National Guard by the VFW of will meet at 7:30.: Wednesday '.
Starke. To a stranger thereis J.M. Groover Jr., of Knoxvllle delighted to have your account Florida and will be presentedan night Prayer Meeting. Thurs- / .... IlJ .
something excessively uncouth Tenn.; Mr.and Mrs. F.M.Groo- and we, look forwardto award by that organizationat day night the Ladies Circle: will :
and even unfriendly in ver and daughter. Shirley of working with you in all Its annual convention In West meet at the home of Sister "I" .., _-:" u,
the name. Jerry Wadsworth Is pictured with his two hounds that Dade City; Mr. and Mrs. R. your money problem in the Palm Beach on June 25. Anna Bell Mosely. Friday night "'I'lie way you should fold
"To you. It seems'?the the name won 4th and 7th places in the highest general) average In C. Howard and children, Gene days and year to come." Prayer Band will meet. Sat u road map in usually again.1
of Starke is dear. town is all-age competition at the Central Florida Field Trialsat
sacred, and nolntruder'afootfall Plerson.
must be heard. In Starke

many of you were born, and .. . .. . . . . .
in Starke a number of you STARKE'S
wish to die. and you con .
clude that the rose of Starkeby LAWTEYBy FOOD LOWEST
any other name would stink. . .

"Some such advertisementas ::1:_ Bleaehard
follows was what I drafted out FOOD

for your town. Come now, say STORK SHOWER Cora Hodges and Jeff of Jack-
don't think It
candidly you sonville visited Mrs. Hicks on PRICES !
sounds better than Starke?
Mrs. Charles Tanun was hon Friday of last week.
ored by the faculty and staff of Mrs. J.L. Heath of Savannah.Ga. I 320 S. WALNUT ST.
HOME SWEET HOME Lawtey Elementary School witha Is spending some time with
There is no likelier place surprise stork shower on her brother-in-law and sister C SUPERMARKEtSBEEF
for a home than CENTRAL Wednesday afternoon. May 12. Mr. nd Mrs. A.D. Dobbs. Mr. a
CITY the county seat of Brad- After the lovely gifts were presented and Mrs. Casey Dobbs and
ford County, formerly called to the honoree
refreshments daughter Terry of Jacksonvillewere
Starke. Founded in 1857-.2,000 were served. Sunday visitors BONUS SOTS GOOD THRU WIONISDAT, MAT 26. 1971. OOANTIIY RIGHTS HISIBVID.mimr .

inhabitants.The epidemic. of 1888 passed Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams ww HKtim rviirtsr tw nicu v mirur iiw nitti mimr tow met* mirwr tow mat i ivtnttr low MKII mtmr tow MKI f ntrttr uw ma t
over this city and the locality: of Hampton were Sunday supper
Grace United Methodist Sun- .
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guests of his sister Mrs. STEW SO LID
being absolutely free from malarial -
day School 9:45: ; Worship service Ed Durban. Canned SPARE e B"lsr
, and typhoid germs Is 11 and 8 Sunday 01EO
am. p.m. Mr. and Mrs J.D. Clark
one of the healthiest the .
Wednesday Children's
; :. were visiting Mrs. Perry New-
r' ,world.,,,Thousands of, acres ,
choir 2:30: .pjn., MYF choir some In Starke on Sunday. 312w
heavily Umbered with pine for
, 7 p.m., and Prayer Meeting Mr. and Mrs. George Mcllam
northern shipment and suit-
,l 8 jun.s: Thursday MYF 8:30: of Fernandina were Sunday
able for the cultivation of cot-
1 ton corn, tobacco oranges pjn.j: Saturday MYF Slave afternoon visitors of Mrs rwr LOW mtttmtvnntr tow mconmimrtowmcft I ivnrso icwma t winur wwmcti Imtrsjr itw HiKtflnnntv tow wcti tvtnitr tow HKII
Day. Charlie
peaches, strawberries and Manning
fruits .pf every kind await the Church of God:Sunday School. Mr. and Mrs B.E. Rnddlst Y:.* FRESH Wi"""" "fKRAfTmm
enterprise of settlers at prices 10 a.m.; Worship service 11 visited I relatives In Macclenny CREAM FYMIBAKI a-
much lower than obtain near a.m. and 7:30 p.m. family night on Sunday. They were accompanied yggA .BiiTs
7:30 by Mr. and Mrs. Pickering PIES
j towns that have been built for Wednesday : pun. 1
ornament and boomed by artificial Highland Baptist: Sunday of Starke. 1
means. Aluvial lands reclaimed School 9:45: a.m., Worship services Mr. and Mrs.Grady M.Paul- HMP OMtOWTINOI
from the adjacent chain 11 and 7:30: ey and son Stuart, and Mr. and
meethhgWedneeday7:3&followed Mrs. Brewer and fam-
of lakes will produce unequalled Prayer Eugene ___
crops of sugar cane and veg- by choir practice. ily spent the weekend fishingat p FRESHPORK
etables. Friends are happy to learn Cedar Key. ( SlICIO SLICED 1/4
Central City; Is clean commodious that Leo Dyal Is recuperatingat Mr. and Mrs. George R.Sum- QUICK. ( BUTTSROAST
and well governed home after recent surgeryIn merlin of Lake City; and Mr. PORK LOINCHOPS
schools i ; Methodist Hospital Jack- and Mrs. E.W. Williams and
churches and abound
business is brisk elbow-room sonville. Hal of Wellborn spent Sunday hfanF r
plentiful the taxes are light Mrs. Lois Carter spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Priest and LIVER
and there to Sunday In Miami with Lamar. I
are no mosquitoes.A
Mr. and Mrs. Lane Carter and Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Starling
glance at the will show
you that the surrounding map country their new daughter Madeline Clyde and Eugene Harris of 2 SAVE 10< LB ::2 TO (irll1lAr
Marie. Mrs. Carter Is the paternal Starke attended the Methodist 49 59C
while rich beyound disputein LB
grandmother. Church and visited the :) TO39i trrlrclr ) :3 ll'W&If!
all the advantages of lo- C .
rids, Is on the highroad of Mr. and Mrs. Fate Redd of Priests on Sunday. 1J1II&1f! PKGS
civilization. Everyone that contemplates Macon Ga. spent the weekend Miss Enza Blanchard spent %- _
coming: south this with Mrs. O.J. Phillips. Mr. the weekend with Miss Arthu-
season should Inform themselves and Mrs. Leslie Phillips and rine Blanchard In Jacksonville ......... .:goL ....
of the advantages and sons of Jacksonville Mr. and SO-SOFT COMPARE "C': ', : Pantry SIAUD IN PLlQflLM

facilities of the locality; of Cen- Mrs.James Phillips and daughter r P01PNISHNISSI
tral City; and Mr. and Mrs. Bill BATHROOM Del Monte Corn ..;."".' -:: 4/$1/ $1.16 Dec Pride

I.C.End Webb advertisement then editor of The urday Casting supper and children guests. were Sat- NEWS ABOUT nnrtn Green Giant Corn .,, .,'"",.o:,<".:: 41lsl.16/ 16e COFFEEmiriiTl

Telegraph tried to calm the Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wsln- TISSUE u,nifrr, American Beauty Hominy "<:.,o' lit ,13c 2.
troubled waters with the following wright and family of Waycross
comment: Ga. were visiting Mrs. T.L. SERVICE MEN Cut Green Beans :' "'":: 4/l/ $l.e, ,,6C

would"If the stop citizens talking of about Starke the Wainwright Mrs. Don during Denton.the weekend.childrenand I 8 ROLL 69cJ Rosedale Limas '"" 6/$1s1.26/ tae LB 59 C.J

In change harmony of name for Starke's and go to future work were brother Saturday overnight George Fagan visitors PAK Mushrooms 00' ,..''-. .,,''' 4/l/ *I.33 31C tiffl/Clt/ I BAG

good a boom could be made of Mrs. Thelma Fagan In Maj. Leonard P. Melton returned Pork & Beans "rv: ; ;::::. 2/23C/ 2/35C 3C
for our city greater than Deland. from Vietnam las weekto
; any
place along this line of the Mrs. Alma Dekle of Jacksonville be with his wife while she Biltmore Luncheon Loaf ". .. ". 4/l/ S13337< _
railroad. Our people have only was visiting her brother- underwent surgery at St. VIn- / SHAMROCK
Just discovered the vast future In.lawand sister Mr.and Mrs. cent's Hospital in Jacksonvlle. nnrrn Chocolate Jumbo Pies 0000' 3/$1/ ii." .70. mni T1" ( 1

there is In strawberriesand Jack Andrews on Saturday. The son of Mr. and Mrs.L.L. I WHOLE SLICED ,inn/rn, Choc. Chip Cookies ""," ," 4/l/ SI.33 314lsi33 < !mien FANCY GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS
Curtis Andrews of Ocala
early-vegetables. Hundredsof was Melton Hampton, Melton Is a
acres" will be set out which: also a Saturday visitor of the chaplain with the U.S. Armyon Vanilla Wafers "" ., ",, ", / 37,
will bring thousands of dollars Andrews. his second tour of duty; In f PINEAPPLE ..
which never have been thought Mrs. Jack Andrews visited Vietnam. Fiddle Faddle I ""TA-si: : ?!" 3/l/ SI.17 I7

of before. her mother Mrs. Vaner Rosier Mrs. Melton and their child- IN l ,... ..,.... \. '-
Potato Sticks a um 3/lM7/ lie t,
The public's attention was in Ralford during the week. ren are living In Orange Park. y "

finally troversy diverted by a disastrous from the con-Ore spent Mr.Sunday and Mrs.with R.L.Mr. and Bradley Mrs. I ApV4Y 19 5 e Cat Litter ,. ... 79c S9 e ,io4lM6 \ V LB 10

Randall Bradley In Jack- Airman First Class Jlmmto :': Foamy Liquid Detergent II o. / Doe <
business sonville. Connor of Mrs. AdaR.
that wiped out an entire D. son
block of the young town. Recent visitors of Mrs. Hester Britt l.wnberton. N.C., is Scouring Sponges ".".OM' 2/49c/ see 9' _
Hicks were her grandson at Da Nang AB, Viet
on duty Scotch Card '. 01 $1" *1 1.98 94 U.So NO 1 fANCY
However Robert Keith a local Lt. Darrell Martin, and family -

lawyer wrote: Mrs. Martin and childrenof nam.Airman Connor U a security S Hooo: .: P.R. Pantry Pride Spray Starch" o. 29 3Se 6' CORN................. 6! i.
". in the last issue the Camp Lejeune N.C. They specialist with a unit of .. _
writer starts out with a nourIsh also visited Mr. and Mrs. Glen the Pacific Air Forces, headquarters :: ".: ..:"::..:I SOAP
calculated to down every Shuford and family. for air operations In J IVORY PERSONAL 26 TOMATOES. .._eift.-29<
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Marsof pRicmoCAN I
friend of Starke and closes Southeast Asia, the Far East
with a brilliant advertisementfor Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. and Pacific area. He previously DETERGENT $1 1.52 FISH LAHOI JUICY
Central City which exists served at Pope AFB N.C. TIDE KINO SIZE LEMON7.12'0It48' !
so far as I can see, only In or even an epidemic writer's His wife, Rut Is the daughter SAVE YOU MONEYI
the Imagination of the writer. cramp among the Irate cltisens. of Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Nelson ..,
"Take the names of the Honorable If a bill to allow the changeof of 518 N. Water St.. Starke.
Council who signified name was ever presented
their willingness to change the to the Legislature It must have LAYER
got lost In the shuffle (perhapson CARD OF THANKSTo
name of Starke. Would they CINNAMON
change the names by which they purpose) a fate that Is not those who expressed their CAKES BUNS !
uncommon for local bills.Letter lympathjr In so many beautiful
.have been called for the last
writers soon turned and practical ways during our
30 years and which they have 79 3/99'
honored by noble actions? It their attention to other matters sad bereavement, we extend
is the virtues and the wor- and the pros and eons our heartfelt thanks.
of referendum filled family of Wayne Boat- o'S
thy deeds that add character a wet-dry wrlghe "
the columns of The Telegraph
to men. but I am unwilling w
for Central City to come and There were five sensational ---2"-- ',-
carry off the good that we murders In the county; during *OTBBtetters. 8'1'ICK YIaJI Pisses STMAWBIMIIY WHIP
have described as belonging to the next seven months and Cen- ..
aH else. *. colors. Vee- SHORTCAKE TOPPING f
tral ClbW8I forgotten. Starke
Starke by right of Inheritance. Haul. for use on wood,, IIJIaIt1O. Is-. '*"*
still remains Starke like It !
Soon after that the controversy _2 H
> """. metal. Jestber,
or not the It receivedat
to have died out -
seems birth In 1857. ANTTHINOI -Bradford CborTelesraph. _
of sheer ,
perhaps weariness .. S

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New River section died Saturday Melrose died Wednesday May ---
Starke. died Wednesday.May 12,
In the Bradford County; In a Gainesville hospital after 12, In a Gainesville hospital .
Hospital after a lengthy Illness. after extended Illness. She
an .
She was a member of the was born In Roanoke, Va. on FIRST PRESBYTERIAN JORDAN MISSIONARY '.
born In Bradford County; on CHURCH 422 N. St. Clalr St., Starke Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.;
Christian Church. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S.
New River
1906 and had livedIn
April 17, School
Sunday 9:45
March 9, 1930 and had lived Sunday School 9:43: : a.m. Sundry: School 10 : a.m. Morning Worship and Communion '.
a.m. Morn
behind Tas-
301 North, .
Surviving are a daughter Melrose for the past 12 Morning Worship, II a.m.Youth
all her She lag
life. was a Worship
Worship 11 Youth 11 11 Evening
Morning a.m. a.m. Service ajn.
Mrs. Leona Dukes Lake Butler Sunday tee Freer Drive In, Sunday
years. Fellowship Choir Prac-
William member of Mt. Horab Baptist Service 6:00: p.m.Evening Worship Evening, 7 p.m. Youth Night 6p.m. Ser Worship service, 6.
; three sons, E., Church of Surviving is her husband tice, Wednesday 8 p.m. School 10 a.m. Worship
High Springs.Surviving Wednesday
7:30 service
Fertile and Seeber W. Moody Melvin N. Trent; one daughter 7 p.m.Thursday. Meeting : p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Wednesday Worship
Lake sis night Prayer Meet Friday 7:30 p.m. Service 7:30 Wednes 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell.
all of Butler; two are her husband, Mrs. June Dennis Melrose; -Rev. : p.m.
7:30 p.m. Y.W. KJdd, pa'stor. ... .
ters. Myrtle SaW Ralford and two sons, Edward Trent,
Gerald L. Crawford; two daughters CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day.Leroy
Mrs. Minnie Granger Lake Linda and Patricia Craw- Marysvllle. Ohio, and Melvin Ivy Luke Pastor Olive pastor E.L. HAMPTON CHRlaTIAty
City seven grandchildren 13 E. Trent, Portsmouth, Ohio Grlffls, associate pastor. CHURCH! !
; ; ford; three sons,Stanley Douglas ; SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng -
great-grandchildren, and two and Gerald L. Crawford, two brothers, two sisters, nine BAPTIST CHURCH LAKE BAPTIST Worship, 11.Training Union, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -
greatgreatgrandchildren.Funeral Jr., all of Starke; her mother, grandchildren, and five great 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser School 9:30; Training 6:30.: Evening Worship. 7:30.: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, 11 a.m. EveningWorshlp,1.JameIShaw.
services were held Mrs. Rena Osteen, Lake Butler grandchildren. vices: Sunday School 10 ajn. Sunday Morning Worship LeRoy Dalrymple Pastor.BETHEL BROOKER pas
at McKln- services held Union 10:15: a.m.;
3 Funeral
at Tuesday
p.m. ; three brothers, Howard were Preaching .11. a.m. Training Union Evening: Worship.! Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- tor.
Cemetery Church with Rev. at 2 Saturday in Jones II a.m.; ,
Osteen, Starke; Ralph A. Os 5:45 p.m. Evening Worship Meeting 7:30 BAPTIST CHURCH ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7
Y.W. Kldd officiating. Burial Memorial Chapel at p.m.i Prayer
teen, Lake Butler; and James Keystone 7 Everyone welcome. 7:30 ; p.m. Training Union, 6 BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- p.m.
was in McKlnney Cemetery under Heights, with Rev. Jerry Milton Wednesday.
Osteen, Macclenny. Rev. Lacy Conway, Pastor. BROOKER FLA.
direction of Brannon Funeral officiating. Interment was -Wilbur Dyess pastor. Pastor Rev. Robert West. Ins Worship. II a.m.: venlng
Home, Lake Butler.IMPORTANT Funeral services were held In the Melrose Cemetery. Worship 7:30 p.m.; Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday -
Meeting, 7:30p.m. Wednesday. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol
at 3 p.m. Saturday In Pine CHURCH OF GOD :
PROPHECY NEW RIVER BAPTIST -Kev. J.C. Saunders, pastor. Sunday School, 10 Mor- !, Superintendent.Training
Level Baptist Church with Rev. FIRST BAPTIST ,
CHURCH School 10 Mom- Lowell
Sunday a.m. nion, 6:45: p.m. Douglas,
MornIng ning Worship 11 a.m. and 7
Merle School, 10
Donald Willis Rev. STARKE Sunday a.m. -
Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Training Director. Worship Services 11
Anxious to locate Packham and Rev.JohnStrlck- Worship, .11. a.m. YoungPeople's
step-slater Union, 7 P.m. Evening Wor- P.m.Rev. a.m., 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw mu-
Opportunities for Service
9:45 Sunday
Clara Mae Roberta married' land officiating. Interment was : Service 6 p.m. Sunday : a.m. John Ross pastor.
Sunday Sunday School 9:45: ; ship 8 p.m. Wednesday Night School, 11 a.m. Morning Wor- sic director.
Service 7
name unknown. Last know address In Hope Cemetery, Theressa, Evangelistic p.m.
service, 7:30: Everyone
Starke Fla. Her mother under direction of DeWItt C. Morning Worshltf at 1L sermon Wednesday Prayer Meeting, welcome.L.L. p.m. ship, 6 p.m. Training Union EVERGREEN BAPTIST
married my father. R.M. High Jones f'unerallfome. One Thing Thou Lackest"; 7:30: p.m. Come and worship Parker 7 p.m. Evening Worship. Highway 125, Northwest of HEILBRONN BAPTIST
in 1918. Please contact by writing Training Union, 6:15: : ; Evening:: with us. Wednesday7:30 PrayerSer- Lawtey. Sunday School 10 a.m. CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
to Mrs. Grace High Dona Worship: Presentaton of Musical -Rev. Bobby Harris pastr vices. Morning Worship 11:15. Sun- Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.
hue, 117 Nasturtium Ave., Se- "NATURAL HIGH" by PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper Pastor day Night Service 7:30: p.m. Morning Worship, 11. Training
bring, Fla. 33870. Any information Youth Choir BUS Auditorium GREATER BETHLEHEM Sunday School 10 a.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Service -
concerning the above MADISON STREET 8 p.m. FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a.m. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 Rev. Albert Knight, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
person will be appreciated. BAPTIST CHURCH. Tuesday Junior Choir, 3:30: Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sunday Services Booster Band, Young Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; pastor.p.m. Service, 7:30.
p.m.L Girls in Action, 4:15p.m.: ; School 9:30j Morning Worship, People, and Prayer Service), 6 Morning Worship, 11 a.m.EvenIng -Rev. L, Tommy Howe.
SHRINE CLUBEXPRESSES Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning "NATURAL IUGH" Youth 11; League, 4 NlghtServIce, p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Worship, 7p.m.; Wed. Prayer pastor.
Worship at 11; Training Union, Choir BUS Auditorium, 8 p.m. 6 p.m. -- Iev.? Jasper Williams Midweek Service, Wednesday. Meeting and Bible Study, 7 LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH' !
THANKS 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle 7:15: ; Wednesday Family Night pastor. 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland, p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. Sunday School, 9:45: a.!" ;.
Members of the Starke Evening Worship, 7:30. Supper 6 p.m. ; Prayer MeetIng .- Pastor. G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone Morning Worship, 11 a.m.EvenIng CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
Shrine Club salute the gen- Monday Youth Choir Practice R.A. Meeting, Acteen MeetIng FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome. Worship, 7:30: p.m. Mid- OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
erous business firms and the 7 p.m.Tuesday 6:30 p.m.; Teachers and STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH week Bible Study, Wednesday 1404 E. Bessent Road
Mission Friends Officers Meeting, 7:15: Church 7:30: p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a.
citizens of Bradford County ;
good Sunday School 9:45
Morning )
: ; Highway 100 at Theressa "
Be in church m. Sunday School, 10. a.m. Sacrament
Choir Practice 8:15 Sunday. -
; and surrounding area for Girls In Action Acteena 3:30: p.m.; Worship, 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School10 a.m.MornIng FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 6
the splendid support given our p.m. Thursday Church wideVisitation MYF 6 Frank Jarvis pastor. p.m.
groups p.m. Worship 11 a.m. TrainIng Sunday Service:Sunday School
annual chicken Also to Wednesday. Prayer MeetIng 7 p.m. Monday Mia 7:30 p.m.
dinner Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Union 6:30 p.m. ; EvenIng 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship,
Barrett's Septic Tank Co. and Business Meeting 7:30: W.A. Hogan, pastor 7p.m. Prayer Meeting, Worship 7:15: p.m. 10:45:: am. Evening Service 7:15: IF WE DON'T; HAVE IT Wednesday Tuesday Primary 4:30 p.m.
J.D. Odorn'; whose names were p.m. Church Choir Practice 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday Night Prayer Ser p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun we'll ret II for' ;you. Off,I) 7:30: p.m. Society;
ommltted by error from our ad 8:30. GRACE BAPTISTCHURCHSTARKE .i7:45. vices 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle day 6:30 p.m. Supplies, Furniture, Equip Jesse D. Branson
last sincere week.thanks.Our.-- apologies and Denton Sumrall;pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mor- I I -DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr. Packham, pastor. -J.C. Brown, ministerS ment. Bradford County President.
ning Worship at II. Training
Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Wor- I.AWTEY CONGREGATIONAL.
ship, 7:30. Wednesday Prayer HOLINESS.CHURCH I r ---- :- .'"....-..,... .,e.....,..,S.....,......-,...........e........e.......e.............e............-...........S........'..S............S..........,..e.,.,...,..,..,..,e..,..,..,..,..,-..,........,-..,..........,a.........:.=.=..,=.. :.:--aa a-.
I Meeting, 7:30.Rev.: Leon T. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; : :::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::': : ::: :::::':;:':':;:'::'::::':'::':':'::;:'::':':':;:'::':':::':':'::':::::::::::::::""" '"""'"""''';'"""""""""";';'::m1::;: VI
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Odom Jr., pastor.ST. Morning Worship "a.m. Youth ;" ...... .....
Service 8 Wor-
p.m.; Evening I
ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. tj Removing the THORN .jj:.!.
MARY'S CATHOLIC Prayer Meeting 7:30 I ...

SING j ,Sunday CHURCH Mass, MACCLENNY, 12 noon. Holy p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey, pastor. j1jj! AlmoHt\ t e\ei-yiine, I hat. ? Imx ever I "ivimneil, I n, -\limunil "run limvfimt' I llmuitrh the tielil.\ known jjj:! J

t Jay Mass, 5:30: p.m. NORTHSIDE BAPTIST I ::::: nf the, Momli'lTuI,, r"'lin"I'/( freeilulii, i Ihul,, t lliU. ifi\i,.... ;Miwl t, illsn\ hnxu knciun i, \\liit it ix Inirnmve ::::: II J

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CHRISTIANDIMENSION 9:45:Sunday; Sunday Morning School II.Worship Sunday, m unil\, fluuly.\ //1,11\11'11,I t\ civ\\ i inc up' ."""i 1' cuiiriiKiynti .Mink: i il t mil, unil s find that:: this >\a." jj!i t

.1 tt II t Evening Worship, 6 p.m.Train- :;:;: I h&' ciisii'-'t 1 \\iiy l iil'iiTnil.Thi'iv :;;:; .

Bethel Baptist f ing Thursday Union, 7:30.-: Teachers and Officers t1 : III',. ninny. t llinmi, I In I lit'i I ...i nml, .I t lliivr" ,.\ j iI- .Imnld, removed. l .u i ftl.IInoi I. & I |iul I mil\ ,,( jj!!! I

"THE GUIDING HAND" Meeting, 6:3: (). Prayer : : "tn,, li\e .Allenil I'liiiiTh, ,.....,.1\,. lielp\ nml, iii'iiiinivi'nienl): In "remmiiij" 11. (tlio)I llimiiiI'ruin, ",, : : 1 1"ul'lil"l'
"....ye' have not passed this Meeting' 7:30.Edward: 'i;: .
Church way heretofore..Sanctity your- C. Harvey, pastor. .:.:.:.:. .\' .::.:.:.:.

t t| will selves do: for wonders tomorrow among the Lord you. PINEHILL. CONGREGATIONAL ., i i:I:::::::::::::::::':;::::;::: ':::: :::':::"'::::.'::::::'::::::::;:':':::::::r:::::;':::::;:::;_:::.._;::Si :::;:::::;:::::;:::.:.:.;:;:::;:::::::i:::::::;::::::::.:..;.. C ,,:,:::,,"':::':':':::;i:':':;:::I::;:::;:::;:::;:iIiij:;::: : I Ih I

Joshua 3i4-5). ,$ .. Ale.
METHODIST CHURCH l S ,; '&.. 4 L I f ::.::.:
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wilderness .... ,
After 40 of '
years Sunday: School 10 a.m. Morn- ::: 10. "tMt ': 4 7 ; :
24 :
j wandering the children of I- Ing i;; *I. f".y .. '
I sreal were now on the borderof vice Worship 6 PJP. 11 Evening a.m. Youth Worship Ser ;.:..::.:. ... '..... :;.:'.::' .
( ') .flflDM | the new country which they 7:30 p.m. :;;;: .. ::;j .

.- .1J1 had left Egypt to possess, with Neal Starling pastor. ..... /' ; # ......
only them.the River Moses Jordan had died separatIng and.- Rev. .I :.-iW.... ... % t I II -ii .

Joshua had become the new BAPTIST I II
leader. The yesterday had been AIRPARK CHURCH i;;1 .;::.i
School 10 Mom-. ::
f A II A fternoo one of wanderings, chastenlngs, Ing Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening I tL: 1m .
Special Singing and defeat, but In spite of all
that. It testified to God's mer- Worship, 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer I I I II
Meeting and Bible Study !!! 11
ciful hand. Through the parting I ,
waters of the Red Sea they had ,7 p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng -
t !, left the land of bondage; and every Monday, 7 p.m. 111;; ,
the G.F. pastor. Everyone tl
now through parting waters -
EVERYONE WELCOME of Jordan, they would enter : Welcomn. ,.... .','.' .
fair Cannan, the land"flow- I W 1
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:: .--- ia:: a. Ing with milk and honey." ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC ,
Tomorrow they would treada CHURCH, STARKE 'I ::; .

t._ * *** ** ** cQ new,. would and untried do wonders path In among which Father Saturday James Mass Cregan 7 p.m.SundayMass pastor. I 111 11H; ,

them; and Joshua calls upon 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, 111: '- 6. .-w.----- mE!
them to set themselves apart 7 p.m. I : _?i mm I
unto God for the new experiencethat Confessions -- Saturday 6 !...:. T ...... ,
I ,
await them. The best assurance --
for Cod's blessingfor p.m.School of Religion: I .: :;:::;::.:;:::::;:;:::;:;:;:::::;:::::::;:::;:::::::;.;:::;:::::::::;:::;:::;:::::::;:::::;:;:;:;:;:;:::::::;:;:::::::::::::;:;:;:::::;:;:::::::;::::;:;:::;:;:;:;:;:::;:::::;:;:::;:::;:;:;:::;::::::::;:::::;:::::;:::::;::;;::;;;::;:;::;::;;: I

\ tomorrow to his Is cause.today's It matters consecration -- a.m.Grade to 12 School noon. -- Sunday 11 I :mi ..Own. n,...-''' .r.v M rtin. Mil'* ,In tM....I'Hi,knt.1..|.il' II.. !I... ,(\J 'cN\ TljpI 11m ,

not what the morrow holds High School -- Wednesday ::: .tat_ ... N..d.d too....it fntti *t itai,Itvt kr(....| (in....I IIo' Viihtui". :;;::
because God's people are pre 7 to 8 p.m. I :;:;:;; .HHI .i.n pared for It U they draw nigh :;::; tmt *s ttMram .., ... .t .htltf .. dst *ill mtviloftlf", Htut 'lth ThI.a.' ...n : .: : :;::; :=
to Him. I ;11;= ( ......iM 1* IW. .....Id( WMtl ,IN. Like Isreal one who enters ;:;::; .4. h.m,4I ... .. -v h,. d'u' .. .h....... ...., ,."... .uld .011.'" ""d p01. :::::; f
new times and places, must ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL I ;:.::1. .lt .m .... (c..hwflll bMMlt it ItMt ItM. lt.ltl, tktyl ..."t lilt dtollltrvfh ...d. HI''',. ..t. "', : .'''" ::::!::
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CHURCH, STARKE .... ,. ,.. ,
face new experiences: new problems I :::: ltM woN ul hm tfM li f tl t itiiW tl Gt4 ::: I
new trials, sorrows Sunday School 9:45: a.m. C.h- Adn iig
; :;
opportunities, task, and new Holy Eucharist. 1st and 3rd I J :::;:;:::::i:;:::::;:::::;:::;:::::::::;:::;:::;::::::::::::::::::::: : ::::!:;:;:;:;:::::::::::::::::::::;:::::;:;:::;:::::;::; ;:::::: ::::::;:::: : :: : ;:::; ; ; ___1
Do not to Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning Pray. ____ __________-::.:_:___;_. -- -- .1------ __
blessing. try encounter -- ---------- -
life alone. but draw nlah er, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday,
unto Cod "The Guiding Hand." .11 a.m. ,
-J.C. Brown, Jr. EYC-Sundays: < p.m. "
First Christian Church
-John M. Flvnn Rector R I D A SERVICE .;

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[ : 'KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE 1 Joins Mrs. Murrhee ClayCommission 4th of'----l July

Keystone Hilites "''' .' TALLAHASSEE Mrs. Jim Wharton was named gen- will be presented during (the beach will be provided and

Kathleen Murrhee of Keystone eral chairman of Keystone serving hours 5 to 7 p.m., placed by American Legion Post

I Y News Notes Heights was named Clay Coun Height's annual 4th of July celebration with Huntley Redfeam, Jr. as 202, and the Keystone Boy Scout
L By GLORIA REDFEARN 'l ty commissioner by Gov. Reu- "Our Country Day," chairman. Troop will assist wherever

p PI.a. Call 473.3288 or 473.4182 i bin Askew Monday as a succes- at a meeting held Monday nightin The colorful Boatarama, needed during the day.
By Helen EganWOMAN'S sor to her husband, 0. J. Mur the municipal building.The which attracted so much favorable The annual Keystone on Parade -

rhee Sr., who died recently.The celebration will be held comment last year,will (KOP) events, sponsoredby
CLUBInstallation Virgin Islands. They report a Saturday, July 3. starting witha be Woman's Club,
FELLOWSHIP CLUB of her late appointment of Mrs. staged on Lake Geneva from the Keystone
of Officers and wonderful time. tend the funeral ski and water show from 4 8 be under during
to 8
p.m., under the direction will also way
Tea will be on Tuesday, May Mrs. Alice Johnson of St. The monthly covered dish husband, in Georgia Mrs.Boat- Murrhee to the District 4 post to 5:30: p.m. This event will of the Keystone Sports- the 4th of July weekend, and
25 at 2 All luncheon wa held on May 13 right and Mrs. Crosby were had been unanimously -
p.m. membersare Petersburg has been visitingher be sponsored by the Keystone men's Club. Awards will be will help provide entertainment
urged to be present for sister and brother-in-law, at 12:30: p.m. at the Lion'sClub faithful workers in Community by the Clay County Heights Lions Club. presented to the best decorated for the hundreds of visitors
this last meeting of the club Due to several memberson Church and the Keystone Commission.The .
Mr. and Mrs. James Cook. not feeling boats In several categories. expected In the city.;
year. After leaving Keystone she went vacation, some Heights Womans Club. Interim appointment win Starting at 5 p.m., the Key- Mayor G. Raymond Starnes
Hostesses will be Mrs A. on to Texas where she will visit too good, the attendance four visitors was Mrs. Louis Kyle will cele- hold until the next general election stone Rotary Club will serve A spectacular fireworks display said yesterday that everyone

McElrath, Mrs R. Wolfe, and their brother. lower.Mrs.However Agnes, Hall and Mrs. brate her 87th birthday on when voters will elect a Its kickoff fish fry to help starting at sundown will is working together 100 per

Mrs. J. Williams. Mr. and Mrs.Charles B. Gar- were Edna Wood of Orange Park: Saturday, May 22. Dell Is not commissioner to serve the remaining finance the annual summer be staged by the Volunteer Fire cent to make this year's celebration -
able to about and out
ber have returned after a visitIn get as the than the
swimming program starting Department offshore on Lake even greater
K.O.P COMING UP Miami. Mrs. Eleanor Drew, Presi- much as she used to. She wasa two years. following week. Live entertainment Geneva. highly successful one staged
A reminder to artists and Allen dent of tho Amercan Legion faithful visitor and so kind
Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Including local talent Patriotic decorations at the last :year.
craftsmen who will exhibit In are home after a stay in Ar- Post Auxiliary, and a prospec- to many with the product of New Statute
the Annual KO.P. Art Showat cadia. tive new member; and special Louie's garden.Mr. .) ,
the Municipal Building June Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Slmeral guest Mrs. Thelma Dixon, dir- and Mrs. Robert Fer- '"

27 to July 7, to work on their attended the wedding of DeLura ector of the Bradford County rell enjoyed the two weeks vacation Bans Noise Phosphate Out

entries.All Dae Lewis and Eugene Good- Neighborhood Service Center. of Mrs. Ferrell's son ,

artists, amateur and professional bread Harrison Jr. on Satur- Mrs. DIxon plans to be guest and wife, Mr. and Mrs- Harvey PollutionDoes takea

are invited to enter day at the First Baptist ChurchIn speaker at the next luncheon Forden of Westflartiord Conn. But Interest .
the show. Gainesville. Parents of the meeting. She gave a few Inklings The weather being real sunny \
The "Flea Market" will be bride are Lt Col. (ret.) and of the splendid work of and warm, Lake Brooklyn\ provided your neighbor play his Up In OilSpeculators '
held on Saturday, July 10, at Mrs. Ralph Howard Lewis. The serving the underprivileged much fun In water sking. television too loud, or let his s
the Masonic Hall. Now Is the reception was held In the The IUE building In the Keno Many of the sightseeing placesof dogs bark late at night? Couldbe SPortsrni.E
time to start collecting itemsno Gainesville Woman's Club. section of Starke provides ser- Florida were also enjoyed. he is guilty; of "noise pol-

longer needed but saleable. Mrs. Jim Wharton and daughters vices such as clothing, food, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stringer lution" under a new law passed are switching :
furniture etc for families who and their two teenage sons by the current legislative session. from phosphate to "blackgold"in
This Is always a popular activity Kathy and Laurie, drove i
of K.O.P. Miss Cindy James to St. Louis have suffered loss of their called on the Francis Egans this area,according to courthouse : -
last Sunday. The real reason Effective immediately, the records In Union and AND WEAR YOUfS tflblTj / .
A full calendar of events will where they visited the famous homes througtTflre. There are *(
for this call was In a sense a law defines "noise pollution"as Bradford Counties. / '"
be published in June. Arch and made other stops many older people who are not champ
renewal of friendship! made "noise in quantities which Apparently, fearing the cur- Playing our .S66 yard
sightseeing in the city On the able to read and write, and In golf course
HERE shortly after the Egans movedto are or may potentially harmful rent glut on the world's phos- Fresh-wato/fishmg in Crystal River
N' THERE way home they visited spots in one Instance a welfare recipient .
Mr. and Mrs. W.Q. Dowling Atlanta and Stone Mountain. had earned her social Keystone In 1952.: About two or Injurious to human healthor phate market' the Kerr-McGee Salt.water fishing in the Gulf & IQ ...
an antique dealer welfare, animal or plant life interests of Oklahoma are said Playing tennis on our all-weather .
Henderson court
and Mr. !auJ Mn. H.L. Mor- Mr. and Mrs. J.D. security; but had never known years ago, *
gm Jr. have returned from had their children and how to apply for same.Throughthe sold Mrs. Stringer a doll's or property, or unreasonably to be pulling up stakes, as far Hunting on nearby private preserves 't t>-' \
a Caribbean Cruise aboard the grandchildren for the weekend Center: her birth date was wig, which was made from Mrs. Interferes with the enjoymentof as phosphate Is concerned. Boating and other water sports activities! *
Charles Egan's hair when 4. life or properly, Including Union County; Clerk of the (Bring your own boat to marine +
"Song of Norway". The ship recently Dr.and Mrs. establlshled, and a back log own yean our ramp or )] -1'
carrTj! 800() passengers and has Wilhelm and children of Miami of social security payments of age. Some doll clothes,made outdoor recreation. Court Robert Drlggers reports OR RELAX "%r/'1'j
a crew of 300. and Mr. and Mrs. Gifford by Mrs. Egan's grandmother The Pollution Control Department that Kerr-McGee cancelled Its .
They sailed from
enabled her to move an On the poof
is given the Job of lease :520 of land on sun deck beside our fresh water f I
from Miami with stops In the Grange and children of Jack !Inadequate house Into one of finally were located and given on acres
Bahamas. Puerto Rico and the sonville.MELROSE. dignity and comfort. This Cen- to Mrs. Stringer. She Is known establishing standards for the which the company had acquired Dining in the elegant Plantation Dining, Room 1/
ter Is; under Social Security; as the Stringer Doll Lady, and "abatement of excessive and phosphate mining rights. Union With friends in our intimate Divot Bar t Lounge,

and OEO. Volunteers are much she makes public appearances unnecessary noise." County thus loses $2,600 ayearIt 100 comfortable spacious air conditioned rooms
before women's When Also passed at this session has been receiving from this Located FlondV]
I needed In Head Start, sewing groups. just north of Tampa on US 19 via
knitting and any type; of art or she bought the wig, she didn'tknow Is a new law banning the use source an amount that had Turnpike and I 1-75 from the Gold Coast US 19 or US 41
In Flo-
of harmful detergents
been Included In the
crafts In which the donor nor did the already from the north and south and US '
By Joyce RoweThe needy persons rida but this one does not 301, US 17 or'I 1,4
donor know her. Through newspaper current budget.
can learn to use their hands. from Northeast and Central r
FlorIda. ;
WSCS of the United Meth- lanta. They also attended the An "In Memorlum" was read story and picture, her become effective for another About two years ago, Kerr- w j I
odist Church of Melrose helda Antioch Christian Church 18 months. McGee active In the ..
by the Sunshine Chairman, and friends renewed acquaintance, was very For further' information _( ?I
General Meeting Monday,May Homecoming In Farmlngton everyone signed the Sympathycard. and one dollle has the wig, and The anti-detergent bill em- Union and Bradford County; phone (colled) now ((904) 795.42nr7RAlFE \
10. at 3 p.m. at the church. another grandma's hand-made powers the State Department courthouses, searching for titles -
Mrs. W.A. Schoenemanpresented Ga.Mrs.. W.A. Allen was a weekend sent.to This Lester remembering Sheets in New was dresses and petticoasts all of Air & Water Pollution Con- to land for leasing In its \ : MOORE Sales' Directorntath ; ,,,
the which was visitor where she trol to adopt regulations to for
program toQulncy, Brighton, Pa., which was his tucked and beribboned. search mineral-rich acre- '
titled "Family Life." visited her mother, Mrs. E.H. sightless wife Tina's final restIng Lewis Lebert returned to his "Insure that no detergents are age. Much land was leased particularly ;
A Country and Western Benefit Chester and sisters and bro- place In the family ceme-- home on Saturday, May 8, but sold In Florida after Dec. 31, In the Dukes area y

show held Saturday nightIn thers-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. R. tery there. Tina was ill for by the fifth day he was weak 1972, which contain additivesthat of Union County.But .

the Melrose Gym for Danny L. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. J.B. nearly two months, but had her and In pain, so at this writinghe are reasonably found to Just as the phosphate HOTEL & SPORTS RESORT
Rowe earned $150. The follow- Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. James suitcase all packed and awaited Is a patient in Bradford have a harmful or deleterious outlook dims, a new project
ing performers presented a terrific Wells, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl her husband to come for her County Hospital. effect on human health or on is blossoming to arouse hopes P.O. BOX 1116 CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA. 32629A
i show. Master of Ceremonies Goodson. Mrs. Chester returned the environment Including; but again. There are Indications
e was Hank Deloach, The to Melrose with Mazle (Bradford Hospital) when she Expresslonsi sympathy are not limited to, phosphorus and that some prospectors are beginning Family! Reso/J/

New River Boys from Brooker and will visit here for two passed away. extended to Pastor and Mrs. polyphosphate additives." to think there may be
the Fabulous Mrs. Nell Grayson had a let- Stewart McCord of the Community .
The Plainsmen weeks. a profitable supply of oil beneath *
Three, Farley Owens Duplicate bridge winners: ter from former member, Mrs. ; Church on the death of .................... the surface In Bradfordand

Topey Brown, Harley Dull and TuesdayFirst Place, Mrs Esther Krueger, who last month Mr. McCord' grandfather,who Union counties.
T.J Hall. Latest reports from Paley Boyd Mrs. Mary Cook; moved to her daughter's homein was nearing his 100th birthday I Gardening S Drlggers reported that a new

Danny Is that he Is doing well Second Place Mrs. W.H. Bartlett Western HI. Eshter had Funeral services were held in group has been In the court- GAINESVILLEBusiness
and Is walking some. He Is and Mrs. F.G. Merrick; been a resident of White Atlanta Ga., where he lived In Florida I house at Lake Butler recently

expected to stay at the Shrines 'Third Place, Mrs. Roalnd Ryan Feather< Court and an with his family. The McCord'sattended searching for titles In the event -

Burn Hospital in Galveston Mrs. C.V. Home; Fourth' active member of the Community the services The advent of warm weather they wish to explore for

Texas for several months. Place, Mrs. W.J. Grollck and Church and the CirclesIn Albert Dazey of Brooklyn brings on the urge to propagate oil as a result of surveys that DirectoryAUTO
The Gadara Baptist Churchon Miss Zoe Terry Mrs. B.A. which she worked faithfully Lake, a veteran of Vietnam plants, says the Florida have brought them to this a-

SR-S-3I5 Is having a revival Allen Mrs. E.B. Goss. in the work of the Circles, as underwent major surgery last Nurserymen and Growers As- rea. Drlggers Identified themas
May 23 thru 28 at 8 p.m. Thursday winnersFirst well as the Fellowship Club. week. Unable to reach Mrs.Da- sociation. Fortunately, Florida agents of Getty; Oil Co.,

each evening. Rev. Charles Julian Place, Mrs. Mary Cook and Her health was none too good zey by phone, the hospital he sin plants do propagate easily. an Institution linked with famed SALES GARDEN SUPPLIESI

Jr. of Palm Stret Baptist Mrs C.W. Hardy; second place, last year, and so, living alone, Is not known. Sorry! Most of our ornamental shrubscan oil billionaire J. Paul Getty.; 'I!

Church, Miami, will preach Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stames; was not the best, and writes Neighbors on Bellalre point be propagated from vegetable Several oil leases are also BRASINGTONCADILLAC I
each night and the singing will third place, Mr. and Mrs. that she Is very happy and getting (Lake) Drive will be lonesome cuttings. Grandma used reported to have been signedIn

be led by the Rev. Tom Lockeof Charles Smith; fourth place. splendid care but, really when Mm. Ann Anderson and to call this "slipping a plant." the Brooker area, althoughnot OLDSMOBILE: i Johnson Far' ., Inc.

Jacksonville. The public II Mrs. W.H. Bartlett and Mrs. misses friends back here. small son leave for Chicago. Ttm, more modern method is yet recorded in the court- SALES &: SERVICE
invited to attend each night. Mike Falkel. Mrs. Vera Lambing second Her husband Is back from a to use either a mist bed. air house here. I SEEDS PLANTS -

The Half-Moon Homesltes Vice President and Program year's duty In Korea, and will layering, or a mixture of half Fine Selection of Used Can I le _
ln ecllrl< Pet SuDpllesFERTILIZERS
Association held a barbecue Mr. and Mrs. R.D West Chairman, presided at the be assigned to the Chicago area. peat and half vermiculite. For Taken On CadlUac Trade I <
dinner recently for association moreland celebrated their 28th meeting as well as the mem- Mrs. Bea Schroeder's new plants that are easy to propagate of these vegetables will withstand ZOOI N.W. 13th Ph. S7S-5301

members and their friends. wedding anniversary by taking ber participation program. address will be 146 2nd Ave. try hibiscus, copper the hot summer months
C.A. Baker and grandson Steven Each member brought an object North Hobe azaleas Remove and produce more than the aver- We Rent Fertilizer Spreader!
a trip over the weekend to Sound, fla. 33455.: leaf, or Itgustrum. -
Baker, are In the Melrose St. Petersburg Beach and Sar- a picture of antiquity or the tip growth that has age family will need. Don'tforget Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA 231 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476

area visiting relatives and asota, visiting the tourist at- from ones travels. Gathered COMMUNITY CHURCHWOMEN slightly hardened. Use a piece that sterilized soil prevents -
from the nooks and cranles of' root knot nematode from
friends for several days. tractions. The highlight of the approximately 4-1/2 to 5 Inches GLASS
Mrs E.M. Robinson attended trip was dinner Saturday nightIn a home came an ancient and The final General Meetingof long. Leave all of the attacking these vegetables. Ne-
the graduation of her daugh- the fabulous "Kapok Tree" ragged Arithmetic Book; an Ink Church Women for ]197071was leaves on the cutting exceptthe magon can be drenched Into 4 wheel drive and oars

ter, Mrs. Andrew Dunk n from Inn, In Clearwater. The beau- well that everyone had to carry held on May 3, at 7:30: lower Inch. Insert the cutting the soil one week prior to Sales, Parts, Service

Miami Dade Junior College ty; of the fountains, tropical along when ojdll pens were used; President Joanne Wyman pre- into a mixture of half planting. Clean Used Toyota. LIDDELL

School of Nursing In Miami. gardens, art works, and fine yes, there was a picture of siding. Visitors were welcomedand peat and half vermlcullte, Keep 1700 N. Main 376-12M
Mr. and Mrs. W.O. Preston furnishings are unsurpassed brother and sister In their the devotional given by moist, and In sheltered sun- Glass

recently visited Mrs. Preston's anywhere; in Florida. It Is an Sunday Best togs, sister with Mrs. L.C. Gayle was entit- light. In 6 to 8 weeks, depending Reality Academy Company
sister and brother-in-law. Mr. experience In loveliness that high button shoes, probably the led "Just For Today." This on the species of the plant, I'I
and Mrs H.C. Johnson In At- one will not soon forget. vintage of the 1870s; There was appropriate reading was found you should have a new root- FURNITURE POWELL'S ."Glavt" For Every Purpose"Store !

also Vietnam Money rocks with In a motel room by Mrs. Gayleon ed cutting. For plant propaga- Fronts-Mirrors
flecks of precious metals, and one of their travels through tion by the mist bed method, Quality Hume farnlshlngs Beauty Academy Tub Enclosure*-Showers
tiny seeds of gold dust from the southland. The treasurer's consult with you local nursery- Custom Urapeifm Furniture Tops Olacs Replaced

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home the great west, and somethingfew reportMrs. Ralph Barkerwasread man or your local county; a- Carpeting Leans! a Profession In Your

people have Is a picture and several recommendations gent's office. Interiors, by Victor Spare Time. Full or Part Time NEW LOCATION
size family Coat of Arms from were approved by the : 219 N W 10th 378-2760

STARKE England.The membership on Items to be Now Is an excellent time to 1600 Park Ave. Orange Park 12Z8:! So. Main Gainesville"
Game Fun Day will be purchased for the educational/ begin thinking about summer 244-9331 If ELECTRIC MOTORS; 378-8191; 1102MEN'S

PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE held on Thursday, May 27, at building. Mrs. Roy Turknett vegetables. Black-eyed peas,

1:30: p.m. at the Lions Club. chairman reported on a alde- eggplant, and okra are favor- ELECTRIC
The usual program will be that by-side refrigerator, that was
ites. Add to these the sum-
members bring a wrapped gift badly needed, and the purchaseof mer yellow crookneck squashand Motor Repair Co. WEAR
HEIGHTS of nominal costs for a prize. approved. J&S
same was All
you can have a feast. Of Gainesville. Inc. .
Refreshments will be servedby
Mrs Richard Sunderland,
the Game Day Committee, chairman to look Into the pur- BarBQuePitYour Repairing Rewinding STAG 'N DRAG
Mrs. Ethel Weyman chairman. chase of a sewing machne for Hosts New and Used

PERSONALS use of the Church Women suchas Nettle Stichberry. Before ttw JOHN & SAUAII ItEID Griffon SuiteArrow /
Mrs. Marge llammerechlagofPalm Bazaar Workshlps and Sewing !Urge membership these ladIes 2816 N W 16th Ph. 372-6118
Shlrtl She
Springs! Calif spent Mo- Committee projects. Her were greeted by President
ther's Day with her mother recommendations was also ap Wyman and welcomed into the MOVERS Formal Rental.

Mrs. Marion Driscoll and Mr. proved. The Scholarship Fund, work and fellowship of Community Is Our Business Ladle. Sportswear

: Driscoll. She enjoyed the fun the Church ; Church Women. HRS. 6 10
LOANSYou which was set up by o.m. p.m. Lana. Distance' Moving t STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY
at the Senior Citizens Club InS Women some years ago Is being ANNUAL REPORTS The Finest Pit in Fin. Slornge Packing and GAINESVILLE MALL
arke last Tuesday Her folks"were given some consideration by the
Call 782.3717 For TakeOut
The Annual reports of each Crating
anxious to promote Flor- Committee, as to using same,
elected and appointed officer Orders Free
Estimates Call
Californian they for the for which It
ida to a so purpose
were presented and the report Lecntcd On 301 MUSIC
drove down to Cyprus Gardensand was .. ;
otter west coast places Pastor Stewart McCord Installed filed with the secretary. Sev- Lawley Fla. ,I -
eral were read, while others
spending overmgntand return- elected officers in a .
were In short form, but In de-
Ing by way of Cape Kennedy and BALDWIN
candlelight ceremony. Beforea tail for Secretary's book. Mrs. j
Cocoa. maroon velvet! drape witha Albert Hachmann, who originated
Lester Sheets Is expected PIANO O33;> NCHOtCI
r the "(look of Golden Memories a
picture of tile head of Christ
home from his trip to
New Brighton Pa.for his wife's upon It, was a table on which and established twoseparate KEYSTONEHEIGHTS Service, Inc. jArvICt.
funds for current <:: iVbrsr
funeral. Their five children and the open Bible was lighted bya one .
grandchildren all reside there single candle. From this expenses and done for a perpe- .'HI I\I.E.\ Wtklo M. G'vllle
tual .Foundation an en- 37-4"1
candlelight Pastor McCord
the city; of Mrs. Sheets birthplace -
lighted his candle and Installed lighting report. Each: Sunday,
President Mrs. Harry Wyman, two memories vases are filled
Mrs. Olive Stevens and her
with flowers at the side of the O"l1Ie SIlo" 151sa
who In turn lighted Vice-Pre
sister Mrs. Mabel Husband. AUTO SALES SERVICE
sident. Mrs. L.C. Cayle'a can- altar, In memory of a departed
drove to Klsstmmee for the funeral DIRECTORYS.E. -
Can Live It Up. services of A.F. (Jack) dle, and In turn she lighted member of the family or somo Tropical Pontiac, Farm and In/
living member or members to
Crosby. The Crosby's were next 2nd Vice President Mrs. A.P.llallman's .
which an expression of loyalty Inc. Equipment
candle, and thenSec- ;
Wherever you want to wander you can door neighbors to Olive and Is recognized. Moet of the flowers -
Mabel on Lake Geneva, but retary, Carolyn Wagner's can- McKAY. REALTOR -
that dle, was lighted and lastly are sent to (the sick, the
afford wonderful dream his
vacation Jack wanted to return to .
181 It.
Treasurer Mrs. Ralph honorary member (shut-in) or kryxionr llpijihiI1 -
Klsslmmee home and long time Santa F
with a low-cost loan from us. friends. On Olive and Mabel's Barker's candle was lighted, to nursing homes and hospitals. A|>priMvl SrfvirrIhr < r,
and the glow from all as each Mss Uuchmam has given of .
return they stopped to visit officer was charged by Pastor her best, her time and herself II.-., in l.iikrfronfflo'fnei Factory Authorised FO
Mrs. Mary Boatwright former
KEYSTONE STATE BANK Keystoner who owned the, home McCord. as being "Called oyGod' in faithful consecration to the Acr.*.**; RsetdaASSOCIATES PentloeSal. Farm" Tractors lents
which is the home of Mrs. to these cute!.. of trust establishing of this Memory -
now I took and .. Part. S.vlc.
served as Chairman USED EQU4SALES
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, PU. | Jennings Murrhee, Sr., on Lake since It was established. Now
Geneva. NEW MEMBERSGBEETED. Mr*, M'..II.,. II"., 4TI-4740 2101 N. MainCOln..III.
Six of the 12 new members she. finds she must turn over' PART VK2E
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Mrs. Boatwrlght had. suffered this office to somoono else <'.1!, J. Chxolnmnn, 4M-4S7 Fie.
a rail, and a beck Injury required of the various circles were .
Community and so her resUnatlona was L. J. Moblnlon 11.4041P.S.h. 4448 N. W, 6th 37e.2545tAINESVILLE
her to be on a mattress honored and Introduced by .l t.... 4> ,l'40tl 372.2583
J LJ il f mW J.:;.;:i in the family car to at- membership chairman Mrs. accepted regrets/ : : FLA.


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Get $$76,806, NEW BOOKS I

In Federal Aid AT THE LIBRARY A -

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Farm owner In 13 countiesof

North Central Florida .received ___
a total of$$4,778,839., for ADULT FICTIONThe
participating In various federal Spanish Bride (Heyer; 0 IRI .
farm program during. 1970,according 'An Infamous Army, Qleyerj, e e NVED LUTINO NOW FOR SALE .
to an annual report' Waiting Time (Glennon>);, MARYCARTER CLASS11t""' I&D* 40 aUTf' ;* t *: conip etcr* CROCNTI. Z Lake. JI ices, Ker-. BILL WILSON
of the Florida Agricultural The Sun (Klein); Seven Step NIII1ed.. Wet** available. In etoce.. Permr Ttttn' AU Brick HomesWe
bilization and Conservation To The Sun Qloyle?)>: Spencer'' Molasses- Charge _.1..L7S, ) June.. Julr, MatXft. and 8ep* starts< : rea*. W. oJo. need aod! Solid ''PrIce PortableWelding
Service (ASCSXParticipant ) Bag' (Green))'; The white Dawn f Covers 18 Ware... ) temfaer. R. E. Edhnondaon., larg iract ..! Any.
on 525 Bradford Houton( )>;, The Stream (Mur- Mar,. Route. Box 32. Black!: lama., Call Jane Small Home Anywhere) la Fla,
Bfeek .
word = Cooler
County, farm received $$26,343, phy):;' The Dancing Man (Hub- ant 15 h Mountain.: N.. C. 2711* Phone MlfWnM' ktoap7.' 833-2711.: WE ARRANGE. .ALL
bard') Being There (Kosinskl)), Me Hairs Charge If not '
In fund under the Agricultural ; ; ((704)) Mt-IIMI. tibtg) Drank FINANCING
PAINTSSAME I League, Jax) Braise
The Liberator (Cleary); In- Sam. .to Serowe .
Conservation $
Program $6,551,
In Cropland Adjustment Program spector's' Holiday (Lockridge), FOR' RENT: 9 fcedflxm) S I88-887J or r 763-//58.!* Low Down,.,. Payment SHOP WORK
payments; and $$43,912, In Penhallow (Heyer)' ));, The Encounter .$;LASSIPIZD DISPLAY. !lath unfumWied\ : .brass. M. A. _... S HG!0 0.rW Over a Hundred..Designs

feed grain payment for a total (Torday)),;Live To Give E 61.11|... Per .bakMeotertab Payne.. 1II4-MIIO.< < &tMi> To Choose From tt Mile South 301Lowte
iCGramont( )};, An Awkward Lie
Union County, received $$34 (Stewart)); The Barefoot Man ... ReMtattgMPrala.matl0n 4 Bedroom, > batty hoOM n.. /. Ph. 782.3512
(Grubb)> The Incurable (Dunn)) PRICE Just. completely' '1'IIIIOde1ect.' CO.
146 In ACP $$5,520, In CAP': ;, ;, *, cte -7* wort 4/10/P/
$$60,248, feed grain for a total I Iof What To Do Until The Under- Bboy t tonne- Located l (on Road. OHN P ..1 OMr1 INC.BEAUnirUL 8 HUes Northof Starkeon
$$100,325, on 290 participating taker Comes ((Wells); Paradise CARDS or THAN=. KM tknOh. Mr iaJoraMtioo can UJ3. SOI,
farms. (Tanner));, The Mortal Gods I It* words M>Ie .. __.....tM.. 94-7701. Wcb.I( l Phone 964-8521 .

The ACP program 1 I. described 'CDolbler'( )>door; The Knocker On AS Caeh.. word ever' so-7e'7 Starke, Flak tt leer l .. BrownVolkswageR
as an arrangement by Death' (Peters*)>; Savan-
which the Join with farmers nah Purchase(Hodge);The Case WANTED TO LEW'S' Sealy Mattm A
public Jacksonville! RENT-4 or 5 : FOR' SALE-Honda. 69, BOOdcoodXloo d
and ranchers to share the Of The Crimson Klan (Gardner BR house, Starke or surround- springs. kHtcnprtng. and foam. new' motor/ black. :,
cost of establishing needed conservation ); Mallnche And Cortez ing area. Phone 533-2318, pre- WELDING SHOP Regular price: f 09.95". not. 'OM' chrome --wheel*. Beet Offer. Ph.
(Shedd)) 1 Kiss< The Boss Goodbye
; 102 E. '
measures. The CAP BROWNLEE ferably evenings. Itchg week. $$59.93 with nade-4n i at 8-27
program 1 I. designed to shift (Crawford)),; The Brother Whispering Pines .Jtfp-) Pnihmer') Dlllr.ol1nt. 63Chg 783-3838. Stp

)land from the production of .Reeve)),;, Between The ThunderAnd ONE PORTABVS.:! Magnavox (tel US 301 S. Phone FOR SALE'Lets. Butler.. 6
The Sun (Coppel I) The
crops In surplus supply to con- Golden Evening Of Summer; 1tAki color' TV with stand' tor half 964-8252' room frame '!bungalow, Julie flew A Vied. .
servation recreational, and o- i price and one Motorola, BARRETT back )yard on Lake St. Phone>
Quasar ,
(Stanton)) The Man(Jlef- Safes
Empty, Berries
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pen-space uses. The feed grain ). .. TV color set. Just II take up TRAILERS 473-3230. 2tp 5-20 \\'tIJ
: program la designed to divert mer CUSTOM BUILT Water Conditioning
I acreage from the production of payment\ ( at DWhmer'ji Dig FOR SALE- 17' Morrlway Tra- 1 ML North of,""Jb Tim Mall
feed grains with payments' madeto ADULT NON-FICTION count t tfcixrrREFINXSHING GAS AND ELECTRIC and Pump Co. vel trailer. Excellent condition. CAINZSVELUK. :
farmers* on the basis of the Guerrilla In Power (Karol)>;, WELDING BRAZING Must be seen to be appreciated -
number of acre diverted. James Madison (Ketcham); The SHEET METAL 130 Court Street anytime after 5 p.m. 1308
Lexington Goes Down a Oioeh'llng ; made to TRAILER HITCHES Pratt St. or call 964-7566.
)>;, Clare Boothe LuceCShad-( yourindividual Phone 9645832PLUMBING Itchg
'''ea)%;,; The Female Eunuch hearingrequirements ,,/(. INSTALLED FOR SALETwo lounge sun
t (Greere... )) America'' Last Wild II bather seat*. Good condition
Anyone 6 MonthsTo ; ,, ,
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Horse ));;, The Treatment I priced right. Phone 964-7496.
25 Years Old |l Of Alcoholic (Cahn); Third additional; ; tott. Water Conditioners SUN SPORTS Itchg

'Pollution (Small));, Growth ALL TYPES NOTICE I IStarko and Pumps
I 55.000LIFE i Game (Lewis*)),; Alaskan Oil: ALL MAKE HEARING UPHOLSTERY WELL DRILLING MOORE BOAT FOR FOR SALE: I upright piano) ,
Cot And Supply (Adelman)>;, and Sales and Rentals YOUR MONEY I Duncan Pfiffe dining; room
INSURANCEFOR The Old World And The New AIDS REPAIRED CABINETWORK. Keystone H suite, I executive size desk.
I 1493-1650 ((Elliott)); IntroductionTo Expert Reproduction) Heights( area Customers! Repair Department Starke Ph. 9645791Complete 1 nearly new electric range.
$ $$20 PER YEAR Backpacking (\Colwell,; ));Anatomy AINESVILLE HEARINGAID C. .i I 24 Hour Service See at 527 Cherry. Up,
I I And Physiology (Klmber)>;, E. JACKSON Hastings Mattress I 11- i Outboard AStern
WRITE EI: Violence Against Children(GU)>;, CO. 1313 W. Madison Starke( and Upholstery P Drive Service and FOR SALE2 2 bedroom home
Nathan Green, Box 127B2 How' You Can Beat Inflation 1137 N. W. 23rd Ave. WE SERVICE! all ppliancee. with 2 acres* of good land,
(Marksteln. )),; Merchants, Farmers Rebuilt appliances. for' .ale<_ Repair. Complete Fiberglass 3-1/2/ miles out of Starke. Cor-
Gainesville. Fla. 37601 And River Gods (Zem- Inc Ville, Florida 32601 \ CARL BEGGS 710 St. Johns :AvaPALATKA Oton's' Appliance) A Servdce Co. Repair. Custom- ner of two paved roads.

YOUR GLOBE LIFE aQ), A Circle Of Witches Phone 376.0095J \ PB4-X057. UchgA. built Fiberglass Fishing $$8,500.00., Good place for bus-
AND Halnlng( )>;, Childbirth With Con- Gulf Service Boats... iness., You pay $$2,000, move
ACCIDENT fidence (Vellay). VIED FAKTST I Is Open AgainFURNITURE A. J. Thoma*. Registered Real In. Phone Bush's' Gulf Station,
REPRESENTATIVE Estate. Broker, Specializing in 964-7361. 2tchg 5/20/
ADULT REFERENCE .. Price for Wrecked' Car : Appraisals, for Estate*. Individuals 10

Historical Atlas Of The World J & H ELECTRICFOR M> How Wrecker Serrlee Repaired Refinished.. d .end Corporate Owner. WATER FOR FRONl'.cn SALE 1
er \\BjorMund) )}, Dictionary Of Quotable Fuel AJno cna'Al. \ real eatato. 'buiIo't> >
Oil ReupholsteredNEW
DefInItions (Brussell); ALL laea*. Thirty' Year, experience On Qrostxr Lake and Crosby
Speaker's' Complete Library Of YOUR Vied, Car MATTRESSESFREE In Florida' land! matters. Tol. .Lake. 0It.. a1. (Canal 80 feet' ISTING
Wit And Humor (Adler); Prac- WIRING Hwy. Ml N. WaMe.. 984-3701. Starke. Florida' tt CM 'wide, 8 fet& deep) Located on

tical Encyclopedia Of Crafts Phone 468.1083 "4OUMexwnro / ESTIMATES State Road 100.. S mllea West

:1V.lentln) 24 Hour Emergency, Call Collect 328-2144 FOR' RENT: Small unfurnished$ of atarke. Fla IdeM for vacation HOMES

a cottage! ; nice )location, l land! forgarden. cottage'e. mobile home or
Service MACHINE!:-Cleaned.,. Ideal for :retired cou- Inr-.tmon.LPrtc .
P.O. Box 220 oiled and adjusted la you ple Php&the 964-5801 tfchg *>.atari a.t*/. $tl.295.09., $$200 AVAILABLE FOR
borne. |300.. Vacuum Gleaner down mud $tsa.OO month for 31
A Hole
Your Roof
1736 6 r.. .,.,-.. Hampton, Fla. 32044Plaza repair also. AH woi* cuanutte.d. FOR SALE: Sweet potato slips, nxnCw&. (BH. % Ample In*",. YOUR LOT
Or A .. 11)) d. Dennis, BJ. Cofftou. Phone SEWINGMACHINE 1035 12.00 between per thousand. Call 468- )
6 and 7
p.m. Itp "U.Call
"'431-138.* tfemj,,"
WHOLENEW 984-7701' 8 *.to. to t $
0UPBH: cniCK Vinyl Flame) POSTED SIGNS: Treated Id pm. weekday. tf $3,500
DATSUNGAINESVILLE Letters.. an e1&u.l color*. Permanent withstand weather''' & lOo e&Cb ,
for use on wood. glaa* Sales and Service t3M do*. Special price on lara LOTS 'FOR SALE State: Colt
ROOF plMtto. paper' metal, leather. PFAFF NECCIII *r quantities.\ .. Bradford county ft Country& : Club). ready' for

Barber ShopStarke AOTXHINaiBradford' r county :New HomeUniversal TeIecrapb. III building-. on or' for inveatment. ., t 1600& SO, FT.UVINO .
J & J Lot '
Roofing Co. T.learaEIII.l If area approximately, H t,
N. 13th St. ape. and larger. Paved road OF
372.4226 Phone 964-8778 Plata WATSON'S' $$49:50: up AT REDUCED RATES' only! S minute from' town.

115 S. E. 2nd..St. Hiway 301 South Hours 8 to 5 5S 30 Parts & Repairs on DOYLE AUTO.:FIRE E.CONNERV48UNANCZ BOAT Price' start et t $$1295.00. $$200 AREA
House of Vacuum all other Make Ma- down' and $$35.00 per month.. .
. 7"1111. ., Appointment. chines.. AGENCY Gall 964-7701.. 8 ajn.. to S p.m.
many brands of gets
new *
vacuums\ tfchj: CALLBradEord i
If Preferred '139.00. up. Used maoMnes from FO F