Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 27, 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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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of HeavenVol.


No. 44 Thursday, May 27, 1971 CopyWoman

Hits BoardCrackdown

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A preview of the in-

evitable conflict bet

As ween the mobile home

Pick-Up trend and the conventional

Continues home concept

confronted the Bradford .

Track FlipsOne .,, '. ;., '" Board County at its meeting Zoning
-Jj\: :\... On Summons Tuesday night, with

'7,;:t. "',.r.,,. 11 Zc Zc1' ;.;,I:.. ''\.;'".,.'.. .,..".i,1f',.''f. property owners clash.

,.... '.. $ '.".......\ r ,,;.. ing over which way the
driver received 'fatal Injuries tj fjo charges were filed, but ,"'.''' ,'""'. y ....:"."" Repeating last month's' crack- speed. Santa Fe Lake area
while another escaped! the car received $$450 damage. .' down of offenders who ignorea Carl Dean Draggers, Quedee should in the
unharmed In two similar wrecks go
summons to appear at plea Swan, Phoebe Green Bakken,
over the weekend. ...".; / day In County; Court,,Judge The- and Edith Janice Davis were future housing.The .
ron Yawn ordered a warrant each fined $$26 for unlawful
Brooker Juanita Scott Hodge, 20, of .,k: for the arrest of the 22 who speed. controversy was touchedoff
received fatal
Injur .. failed to Tuesday Dorothy Lee Williams was when '
lei Friday '. appear morn- Mrs. Loyree LaNier,
night she lost
Ing with bond set at$$501. of Starke, asked
control of the pick-up she was (See Page 5))
... to address the board
"; stating
driving II miles outside Starkeon "I'm going to put an end
New River Church Road; 1'1'y to this," Judge Yawn vowed she 150 had purchased appro-
ximately of
acre: property -
IncreaseOn as he warned that t those who
Trooper K.G. Etheridge of don't' appear may face additional in the Santa Fe Lake area
the Florida Highway Patrol said Jail sentences If they and wanted to develop it Into
that the body of Juanita Hodgewas are convicted. a beautiful site for conventional

located 61 feet from the Tap Tuesday's session of plea day homes."I .

wrecked pick-up at about 11:30: / { ff J4i whittled a standingroomonly am against mobile homesIn
pjn. tkf ..
y 1 A courtroom down to eight cases the area," she said, "because -
According to officer' Ether Rep. Wayne Hoi lings worth of headed for the court cal- they, depreciate rapidlyand
Lake City; and Rep. Gene Shaw endar and four preliminary ,rw. I Irt downgrade the value of
ldge, Mrs. Hodge was travel- i' tGr"rx" t
Ing east on New River Church of Starke have persuaded the ,, ",,t1tr, "a ad hearings.The other, property; in the neigh
Road when the vehicle wont House of Representatives to +. courtroom and adjoining borhood."
add salary Increases for correctional halls were packed with the usual -
out of
control and skidded
feet on the dirt officers to the Appropriations f majority of charges for Mrs. LaNIer's! statement
portion of the
bill. unlawful speed. came after several property
road. The
truck skidded 66 "Your own personal emer- owners had requested zoning
feet before turning over several The amendment would pro- gency would be little conso- changes to allow mobile homeson
times In a distance of vide about $$1,600,000, for prison lation to a widow or orphan. non-waterfront property in
84 feet. guards and would put their The state could care less.. a- Die Santa Fe are
According to the FHP, the wages on an equal basis with bout your own personal reasons rt Charles Wolf;, ,lr.' represen-
wildlife and conservation of- "
truck's' speed was estimated at ficers. the Judge told one ting his mother, Mrs. Sophie
60 mph on the slippery road- 4 speeder. rt Wolf, of Jacksonville asked fora
Starting salaries would be p DeLester Andrew
i LqF ( Rafael ,Francis -
way. raised from $$5,590, to $$6,552., ,,4 Godfrey, and Horace Le- change of zoning on four
Damage to the 1967 Ford pick. Tower officers would be Increased -. '" : roy Arnold were each fined Ronnie Allen blocks of non-waterfront pro-
up was placed at$$1,000., i .from$$4,388 to$$6,552., .' .'. perty from Hl-B! (residential
:t.-::., $$101 or :S s days In jail for unlawfUl with a minimum lot require-
This was Bradford All other correctional officers
County's; : : speed with the recom-
ment of ft, ((1.0 Kl-
7,500, sq.
second traffic fatality this were raised three grades.
year.Gary pay mendation that their license C ( RIB
ShockFatal same requirements as -
HOllingsworth said that correctional be suspended for 30 days. but permitting mobile
Byrd. 17, of DeRidder,
Louisiana 0:, escaped unscathed officers were In constant Joe Lewis Dean Philip Mon- homes).
contact with Inmates 24
Saturday night as he overturnedhis roe Martin, Henry Lee Star- lames W. Robinson, who said
1971 Volkswagen on SR-18. hours a day and have greater ling, Charles Marlon Carrol, he represented property owners -

I .3 mlles outside Graham. Impact on prisoners, than .all and Elwood Daniel Hemming .. .. .... In the, area, presented aJulJ.ao.
other, I"T'Ore" ,,,1"11, ."...r.hlt',,r'" rte Tn .., .A.. .

"';0. Altar Society Mrs. Will

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( fe'e4 f ,I 'I, ; .!, ::1 1 't InstallationSt. Piano Recital
> t
;j. j Edward's Altar Societymet Mrs. Will Edwards ,
{1 d on May 19 In the home of her beginner students In l
'.: 't i Mrs. Albert Ilartmann with the recital Sunday May 23
WOMEN 'f ;' president, Mrs. Don Champion home of Mrs Drew
t presiding. In Green Acres.
''II Mrs. R. Richards has altar The mothers of the .!
s care during May. were Invited to attend.
Society Editor 964.7608 Plans were made for a special participating were: ,
Gladys Mooty, service In honor of Mary, James Starling, .
the Mother of God, on Sunday, Donna Kay Thornton,
May 30 at .4 p m., with a cov- Chltty. Rhonda GrlfOs
ered dish supper to follow In George Sarah Biggs,
r '\\PIIIII the Parish Hall. cue DyaL David
Delta Kappa Gam'a UDC Notice A Graduation Breakfast hon Chapman Doug .
r oring the parish High School Denise Cissy.Following .
Meeting HeldIn L1IIflW graduates will follow" the 10 the recital,
W.T. Weeks chapter UDC, o'clock Mass on June 13. freshments were .
Macclenny will, have a covered dish lunch- Mrs. Richards Installed the Mrs. Reddish and ;
eon meeting and Installation I following officers for the coming Cissy. The dining
"Accountability of the Teachers of officers Friday June 4 at I Wfl 1hY year Secretary: Mrs. Lester was, covered with a
l for Classroom Performance" 11:30: a.m. at the Klngsley Lake \ Humphries; Treasurer nen cloth: and centered
was the title of Dr. home of Mrs. W.B. Mundy. I Mrs. Jimmy Moore; Vice President arrangement of lavender :
Joseph W. Crenshaw's talk to .. IJ' Mrs.Joseph Cissy President An arrangement of dura-durahalted
Alpha Nu chapter of the Delta ------- J'A' Mrs. Francis Meng. wers, was placed on the
Kappa Gamma Society Tues- = I a % Mrs. Robbie Shaller will serveas
In Altar Chairman.
day night Macclenny. Mrs.
4 Joyce Weldon conducted a candle I Mrs. Lester Humphries and Mrs. Ellis \
lighting ceremony honor- y Mrs. Francis Meng reportedon To
Ing the International Founder r the St. Augustine Diocesan
of the Society. L j, .,', Convention they attended at Tallahassee -
t -i. n
'., "'!,.lIo'I..' from May 10 through Starke
"" Mrs. Muriel Norman. Mr*. ; / I\"gar', h.u ..." May 13.Father. their regular monthly
Mona Camrva, Mrs. Edna Hart *. :;'1,I't':1 James Cregan thanked at the. home of Mrs. Ina
"",.,' 1i"/ and Mrs. Marie Woodley president u a' : : : I\t:: members for their cooperation On : ursday. Mrs. Ellis
t, gave reports on the hp1 In the recent successful Cancer Is president,
.11I. _. -. State Convention held In Tam- '. r. Drive collections. business meeting. Mrs.
L-4': !/;' ___ _. The next meeting Is scheduledfor well' gave the devotion;

R041/E/ C OSton pa.In the short business session Mrs.June Don 9 In Champion the Parish served Hall. Eunice utes of Moncrief the last read
the a donation to
chapter gave refreshments after the meet- the roll. Eighteen:;
Engagement Told< the Cancer Society In memory Linda Florence Murray Becomes Bride Ing. bers were present. The

Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Summer- of Blanche a deceased Douglas.member Mrs. Of,Dudley P. Hardy In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Brinson dish Ing was dinner.followed by a

of Valdosta Ga. Sunday Mrs. Ellis' home Is
Un announce the engagement of Following the refreshments Miss Linda Florence Murray The lace portions of the gown were
theIr daughter. Sharon L.Rowe were served froma daughter of Mr. and Mrs. were enhanced throughout with visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R.V. home of the Rising
to Albert J. Cos ton, Jr. son of table covered with a white William H I. Murray of Jacksonville Imported crystals and seed Turner. the building Is over 100
Mr and Mrs. Albert Coston, olden cloth centered with an Ai and Dudley Price Hardy pearls. Her cathedral length old. She also owns
Mr. and Mrs. John Arthur Rising church and
Sr.of Albany Ga. arrangement of red roses In a of Jacksonville son of Douglas veil of Welsh Illusion was delicately school.
Miss Rowe Is also the daugh- silver bowl. - rA -- P. Hardy and the late Mrs. sprinkled with lace em- Reddish and daughter Mr. and eral members present
Mrs. Dewayne McRae and teachers of this
of school.
Hardy Starke were united
Alan Rowe of broidered medallions and fell
Starke.A ter of. Mr. Those attending from Starke Dees-Crosby In marriage Saturday May 22, gracefully from a spray of live family and Stan Reddish house is beautiful and.
were: Mrs. Maureen Paul. at 7:30: pan.' In the Presbyterian and camped at Rodman's Dam on the proof that houses that
orchids Jasmine.
Is plamecLSt phalaenopsls
July wedding Miss Delia Rosenberg. Mrs. Wedding June 1 11 1 Church of South aide Estates. Her bridal bouquet consisted Ocklawaha River over the week- built long ago are very
Evelyn Haney Mrs. Cleo Andrews Jacksonville with Rev. of a variety; of orchids end. ble.

Mark's Junior Mr., Tonunle, Mrs. Nolin Lucille, Mrs.Payne,He- Mr. and Mrs. Merrell Dees William the nuptials.G. Katibah performing Mrs. Freddie Ferrell of r- ; :: I
Vie and Jacksonville was matron of honor
Choir Party len Johns Mrs. Mona Canova approaching announce: marriage of their Mrs. AmIlIa Smith organist, Miss Cindy Murray of Wilmington
Mrs. Adele Mitchell!, Mrs. Edna daughter Mary Jane to Dale presented a program of nuptial N.C. was maid of hon
Hart and Muriel Nor-
Members of the Junior Choir Mrs. Albert Crosby son of Mr. and music or and the bridesmaids were
of St. Mark's Ertscooal Church man. Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby Jr. nmteriM the altar was an Misses Lynette Farmer and \'SA F
were entertained Tue.day"Uha, arrangement of pink and white Linda Westberry of Atlantic
game parly and cookout at the 1 Miss Dees, a 1969 graduate carnations mums and smilaxagainst Beach and ClncyKesler l of Jack-
home. of Mr. and Mrs Kenneth .f// .' of Bradford High School Is a a background of sonville.
C. Cinder following choir re- Junior In Business Educationat branched candelabra decora- The attendants' gowns were y
hearsal. ; the University of Florida. ted with fern and smllax. Centering Identical and of peasant design y,4
Members of the choir attend- the window sills were with fitted bodices and long SUMMER I
ing were GIna and Tina Brown, Mr. Crosby also a graduateof white magnolias. green leaves full sleeves trimmed In pink.
Bud and Elena Canova. David Bradford County High School and white candles. The family The slightly gathered skirts
Baldwin David Carter Cathy Bradford County Hospital announces Is graduating from the University pews were marked with white were accented at the waist, with SWIM
Grader and Melissa WInkler. the following births: ; of Florida In December with satin ribbon tied with lily of pink ribbon and bows and were
Invited to participate also was Mr. and Mrs. James Michael a Bachelor of Science degree In the valley and fern. of a delicate floral design fea-
Father John M. Flynn, Rectorof Crawford Lawtey a daughter Civil Engineering: The bride's gown was an original turing a four Inch ruffle at v'
St. Mark's Parish. Amber Marie May 27. design and featured long the hem. They wore pink vel-
Mrs Grlder and Mra. Flynn) Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lacey The wedding will be an eventof sleeves an empire waistlineand vet chokers and In their hair
are leaders of the chol which, GrUOs, Falford, a daughter, June 11 at 7 p.m. at the residence cathedral: length train of they wore sprays of live or-
of and Mrs. Mer-
Mr. Imported Belgium lace with a flH L e
wa' organized last September Julie Ann May 18. rell Do... softly draped skirt of chiffon chids.Illuminated Each attendant carried sniffer SA

-La a & & a a & .. & .. .. & .. & .. .. & .:..... ..... --I..a... .. .. entwined an with brandy Ivy and pink 4H'I F ix
'U .. ,. ,. .. streamers .

r ( r Xlttle Miss lhngela Murray, I OpnMon."thru.1Thah. oJLADIES
"w; ; X daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald 9 to 6 p.m.
L. Murray of Wilmington,
and a cousin: the bride servedas I Fri., Sot. 9 to 7 p.m.

flower girl. Her gown was Open Sunday Afternoons -
made Identical to the brides
maids' except In pink trimmedIn Ito6
FRIED white. She carred a lace OPEN MEMORIAL DAY
CHICKENOF basket filled with flower petals SWIMSUITSCome
which, were sprinkled In
the path of the bride.
Douglas P. Hardy attended
his son as best man. Ushers see our wave of fashion swimsuitsa

STARKE, FLA. were Tom Andrews, of Orlando great collection of 1 and 2 pc suits,
Mike Denton of Starke cousin
of the groom, Charles Os- bikinis & Hot Pant suits in jr. and

bourne of Jacksonville and Jack misses sizes.. Nylon acetate & lastexin
t: Will Donate Shelton of Wichita Kas.A daringly bold colors!
reception was' held at the
Seabrook Cove Club House
Jacksonville. Mrs. Charles P. CUR REG. $8.00-$10.00-$12.00-$14.00
TO THE Murray of Columbia S.C. kept
the bride's book. Standing into i
receiving line were the
bride and groom the bride's
parents Mr. and Mrs. Alton $680$1190CH ]
Murphree of Boai Ala., the
groom's father, and Mrs. Willie -
The bride's table was cov-
ered with a white Irish lace rjji-::::; "
cloth over white satin and centered
with a three tiered wedding master harge
cake topped with orchids.- RGE \ '.....,oo.' .'.. c...
The cake was encircled with .
orchids and smllax. Mrs. DI- ticr I

25 For Every Chicken Dinner Box anne lores Cockerham Carlson, sisters and Mrs.of De-the

groom cut the cake. At either
end of the table were, porce-
50 Peck Of Chicken lain cherub candelabra with five
For Every white tapers decorated with
smilax and orchids.
The punch table had Identical CHILDRENS
cloths to the bride's table and
$1.00 For Every Barrell Of Chicken was, centered with a silver punch
bowl encircled: with orchids. SWIMWEAR L.
Mrs. Dorothy Cubbage sister
of the groom, presided at the ,' I
punch bowl. The third table Lb Girls nylon stretch 1 & 2 pc
PURCHASED ON FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY, MAY 28, 29, 30 also had Identical cloths and suits in sizes 3/6x, 7/14.
held a champagne fountain with
an arrangement' of orchids. a.
... The bride and groom led the
dancing after which they left t $188
on a wedding trip to Hawaal. 52.49F .
Little Misses Darla Harmon

The Lucile Lovell Fund Is Am Outstanding and rice Angela bags. Murray passed out

The bride attended public Jr. boys & toddlers swim
Community Endeavor, And This Is Every schools In Wilmington and Is a trunks 'in asst. styles. QQffi

one's Opportunity To Watch The Fund Grow graduate University.of She Georgia taught Southern school OUR REG. $1.29 W

In Jacksonville and la now em-
ployed by Delta Air Lines In
Jacksonville. ,
The groom Is a graduate of

Enjoy Eating With Us On Friday, Saturday And graduate Bradford from High the School Universityof and ;a Ai M! I

Florida College Law when
Sunday And Contribute To A Great Community he was a member of Delta
IT =
Theta Phi Legal Fraternity;
Service At The Same Time. Mr. Maryr is a member of the

Florida Bar and the Jacksonville r s ( i ) I'r
Bar Association.:

Mrs Oliver Murray and 1 1

; ; \s\441&wFried daughter Melody of St.George,
.5 Chicken S.C. and Susie Mltchum of
Charleston, S.C: were, Sunday
to Tuesday guests of Mr. and '
b::.l "THE WAY IT OUGHT TO BE" Mrs. Robert Barksdale. 1

23* S. Temple Highway 301 Starke, Fla. Mr. and Mrs.John Greene and r r
son visited Mr. and Mn. H.L. [ ilP
'* * * * * Chancey In MonUcello over the

tit&.. .... .. T ,1 ... .... weekend.

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l Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eggers Mrs. Corlne Purvis of
f. and daughter of Jacksonville Gainesville spent Tuesday with
1 visited Mr. and Mrs. Gerald her slater, Mrs. W.F. Herlong.
PN s/re $ Know Norman on Saturday.
tMr. r Mr. and Mrs. Honre Ether-
,t tn Misses Elizabeth Lawson and Idge and family and Mr. and
ta, Georgia LeBeau of Riviera Mrs. Fred Hlers of Chle and
a Beach spent the first of the were Sunday guests of Mr. and
week with Mr. and Mrs. 11.A. Mrs. J.G. Jackson.
Brownie Troop Mr. and Mrs. O.N. Peterson Charlie Wiggins: of Stockton.Ga. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby ,5 Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Matthews
of Seal Beach, Calif visited visited his aunt, Mrs. L. had as Sunday visitors, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cllltng- and Mrs. W.E. Mlddleton were
Fly-up CeremonyA their nephew and niece, Mr. D. VIning on Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mardis and ham and family of Tampa will in Orlando Sunday to meet Miss
and Mrs. Larry Gibson front daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ro- spend the weekend with her Madge Middleton who had spent
Friday to Tuesday. and Mrs. Carl Johns bert Suttle and daughter, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy the past ten days In Seattle.
Brownie Fly-Up Ceremony visited their son Ricky, at Mr. and Mrs. Roy J, Andrews, ,. Sale. The children will remain Wash visiting her cousins Mr.
was held Monday, May 24. at George Hamilton who has Howey Academy Sunday.Mr. allot Jacksonville.Rev. i' t r with their grandparents for the and Mrs. D.L. Dibble.
the First United Mettiodlst
been home on two weeks leave, week.
Church Fellowship Hall. will leave Friday for 8 weeks and Mrs. T.T. Long Jr. and Mrs. R.O. Burch t + Si. ,, *
Brownie Troop 471 from Rafford further! training with the National of Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. and son, John, attended Disney 4 Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hayes This Umo of year the air Is
wltta Mrs. W.F. Rouse, Guard at Fort Gordon.Ga. Dave Long of Orlando spent On Parade at the Coliseum ,, were Saturday evening dinner often like wine although recently
leader and Mrs. H.D. Sheen, the weekend with their par Saturday. } r J 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. I..A, there lendi to be gape
assistant leader, and Brownie ante, Col. and Mrs. T.T. Long. Weekly In Ocala. a bit of sediment IL
Troop 440 with Mrs.D.W.Whlf
Miss Norma Mrs.
fen leader and Mrs. Richard Mrs. H.II.! Adams, Mrs. Lucylerlong 7 f
F.J. Shaw and Mrs. J.O. Odom Brownie Troops 604 and 471 ,
Jockel assistant leader were } Mrs. Carrie Herlong
Jr. were Sunday guests of Mrs. attended On Parade
welcomed to Junior Troop 605.: Continental at and Mrs. J.H. Moseley atten- ;,t, (+'
Martha Moore at the Villa the Coliseum Saturday morning
The Junior Girl Scouts Troop apartments In Orange and enjoyed a picnic lunch in the ded the funeral of Mrs. Lucille a t At i COSMETOLOG1CLASSES
Dunn In Fort White Saturday
605 served as hostesses for
Park. park at the Children's Mu-
the event, assisted by their leum. afternoon. ,;.,_y, r ,
leaders, Mrs. W.S. .Glover, Mrs. R.F Young underwent i \
Mrs. DeWitt Farabee and Mrs. surgery last week in St. Luke's Mr. and Mrs.J.E.Glover have ted James Parliamentarian B. Talley m of was the elec-San u_ I,
W.F. Rouse. The girls baked
Hospital. Rochester,Minn,
returned from
cookies and prepared lime ta Fe Junior College student
where Mrs. Glover underwent government for the coming year "
sherbert punch.BrownIes .
Local admittances to Bradford minor surgery at Mayo Clinic. and will be Installed June 5 at
flying up from this week Hey GranMa!
County; Hospital
the President's Ball at the ,
Troop 471 Marsha Mc-
were: Include: Mrs. Ina Claire Ar Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery
Elhenny, Kim McKenzie, Kathy nold, Lake Butler; Mrs. Lola and family were Tues school. I--
Mlnton Lisa Reddish, Rebecca Llnzy, Ralford; John Henry day night dinner guests of Mr. Would you believe 5 grandmothers
Sheen Esther Pearson, Lori Padgett, Mlddleburg;Mrs.Gertrude and Mrs. H.L. Tolbert Lake Mrs. Paul Faulkner, Mrs. If You Have Compl.ted The 10th Crado In High School
Brownies Vernie Thornton. Mrs. A.B. That's what each of the ladles above is to each of the
Mooneyham. fly ing
up Ford Melrose; Basil And Will B. 18 Yoan Old In Tim. To Toko Th. State
from Troop 440 were: Terea- Whitehead Sr., Mrs. Jesse two babies held by great-great-grandmother Mrs. Emma
tha Perry and Karen Williams. Roundtree Sr.,Hawthorne;Mrs. City.Mrs. Ricks and Mrs. John Stricklandare Harris, wife of !the late D.N. Harris. Board Of Cosmetology Litcenting Examination After
Reba Keystone Pearl Booker of Deland
Norsworthy In Montgomery, Ala. where
The Brownies were presented Completion Of Court, Or With To Take The Course
Heights Vernon Greager. Is visiting her sister, Mrs. In back ((1-r i )
; Danny Ricks, Susan Faulkner are great-grandmother Mrs. Thelma Harris
with their Brownie Girl
Scout and attendance wings Royce R. Joyner Jr., FrankG. George Roberta Sr. for several Charlotte Whitehead Gloria Mrs. Laura Goolsby, grandmother; Mrs. Charlotte For Six Elective High School Cr.dits Toward A High
The pin.meeting concluded stars.with Hemmingway Sr., Mrs. Cla- wake Crews, Tla Thornton, and Rev. Jones, grandmother, and Mrs. Edna:: Jones, grout-grandmother School Diploma, Pleaio Contact The Vo Tech Center
ra Letterman, Mrs. Marie At 964-6150.
Strickland are confined >In the
group singing with Mrs. T.A. Johnson Ralph Goodge, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lewis of Baptist Memorial Hospital following
Yawn Jr. assisting on the Myrwln Long and George W. Jasper were Sunday dinner an automobile accident Baby on the left Is Randall, 6-week-old son of Frank
piano, the flag ceremony and a Roberts Jr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy last week. Also visiting over and Janice Jones Goolsby. Baby on the right Is Cheri CLASSES BEGIN
closing circle. Norman. the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Michelle, 7-week-old daughter: of Diane and Seeber Jones.

Mrs.. Norwood Hope of O.R. Alvarez Sr., Mrs.AlvarezJr. August 16, 1911, And End June 14, 1912.
Mrs. Mike Smith left Mon- Gainesville was Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk ., Mrs. Jimmy Thornton and Each of the ladles is related to each baby in the same
day for San Francisco, Calif, guest of Mr. and Mrs. M.A. of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Thornton. way. Daily Schedule 8: 0 a.m. 3:00p.m.00,1 : .
to join IM3-C Mike Smith whoa Baldwin Jr. The Baldwins also Brooks Paulk of Lake City are
returning to the states after had as Sunday afternoon visitors enjoying a two weeks' tour of
7 months in Vietnam. Mike will their daughter and family the Mid-West and Western
be stationed at the Alameda Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Hall states.
NAS, Calif. Jr. and daughters of GaInesville t
Mrs. C.G. Hill of KIngsley ;?(
Lake entertained her Jackson
ville bridge club at two tables ,. ;; ,
of bridge and luncheon last .-.
Thursday. Prizes were awarded ',..J\'. { 1 ':" '?
BargainsThursday after several progressions ,'. I ,'....11.. 1",*,. .&
of bridge. \, ,I f
r-I : ".!II
,. ._ ; jft
and Mrs. Marlon Har ." 1'11 ,
Mr. 1" .
".. --- I. -
rington and daughters spent the t
Friday, and Saturday Only weekend with her parents, Mr. I I :. .I.. '+4.''''. .!.

and Mrs. Robert Pabst In Jack- I ( I f
f "t
..... It. I
Dr. and Mrs. J.P. Young of ... ';:-" If,
l ,. .. '
2.88 & 3.88 YARD :t.
Jacksonville were weekend oflll;<<- ,'
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Wd )

JERSEY MATERIAL Hill Mr.of and Klngsley Mrs.Lake.J.E. Harness Motors

87c YARD and daughter of Clinton Tenn. Terwillegar i
were Tuesday visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. Tullle Norman

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$14,000 for parcel of land Graduation... Allen (From Pall. I)
Sales... from Mr. and Mrs. C. Howell ..
Nasworthyto- Mr. and Mrs.

(Cent'4'.from po.. 1)) Aaron$21,000 Holley.for a parcel of land (From Pace I) A native of Denver, Colorado Allen,both Dennis of Waldo and Cooksey; two brothers Allen --

at Indian on SR-200 from Mr. and Mrs. Allen Is survived by his both of Waldo; and his
$10.000 for Thomas a lot K. CrU- Albert Sappenfleldto l D..... rC daughter of Mr. and Mrs, M. parents, Mr. and Mrs. PaulC. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Beach from Mr. Shuford. ) kL G. McMillan o( Starke. She Allen of Waldo; two sisters John Chamberlain Syracuse, n
Jacksonville I i .Y
well of Charles .... Alison $3,000 for two lots in Wood- compiled a grade point average Misses Sara and Debbie N.Y. 14 1
and Mrs. lawn from Jessie E. Durban of 3.97 over four yearsof tICbarlegr'
of Miami. -to- Mr. and Mrs. WilliamL. high school.Salutattorlan.
$8,000 for an acre from FId- Durban and Ann Durban. Is'Kelly Richards ,
Flnaclal Corp
elKy; America $2.168 for a parcel of land daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
-toMr.. and Mrs. Anthony from Rae Beahler -toMr.. G.W. Richards of Starke. Miss THEATRE E.Jolma.
C. Geiger. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Cane. Richards compiled grade point
$6.464 tor two Iota $13,500 for a lot In Geneva t average of 3.72 over fouryears
from Mr. and Mrs. Stephen and Mrs.G. Point Estates from Mr. and of Man school.Twentysax Sbowtime-Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00
Denmarkto- Mr Mrs. Authur Herbert Lane of ; members of the About Zma Claesuases
Edward M. Tucker. MarylandtoMr, and Mrs. class earned honor point average -
$5,000 for a parcel of land Paul D. Moore. of 3.0 CB)or higher. FRiDAY, SATURDAY. SUNDAY MAY 28, 29, 30

on SR-200 from Douglas P. Five students will graduate Students & Adult 1.00 Child. 50c "My local Insurant aceat
Hardy -toClarence: Truby with high honorsMisses Mc- keeps me adequately In-

Slade.$18,400 for a lot at the Intersection Mrs. Alva Smith 5 Crews Millan, and Linda Richards Haas, and, Gloria Roxle THE BATTLEfOP: : THE BUTT! oared at low premium by
of Orange and Ad- Rodrlgue. They compiled a Insuring me against financially
klns Street from Town House Mrs. Alva Rosetta Smith.1525 grade point average of 3.5 or THE CHALLENGE: crippling leases, yet
N.E. 7th Terrace Gainesville, jj.rt ,
Enterprises of Fla. Inc.to iJ higher. letting DIe absorb the small
Mr. and Mrs. Donald! C. Wainwright died Funeral Tuesday.services were held! 'Ten students will graduate ( ..N/ tones. If any. I think. thU.
) at 10 with honorsBeth Moon, Pam d.. .Is wise. Is this. characteristic
S4.700 for a lot In Plnehaven this morning (Thursday Davis Tim Murphey, Edward
from Mr and Mrs. Donald C, a.m. at Johnson-Hayes Funeral Knight Shirley Johnson Robin 1JPV Every man,woman, and child of the personal consideration
Walnwrlghtto- Town House Home Chapel with Rev. R.B. Mullins, Lou An Thomas,Randy shown by a local
Enterprises of Fla., Inc. Keyes officiating. Burial was j jI Brown, Tony Castlen, and &, \ to quit smoking for 30 days... Independent insurance a-
$8,000 for -parcel of land In Santa Fe Cemetary near t t I June lardy( They compiled a 1 for your country, for your honor, gent?"
from Mr and Mrs L.B. Alvarez Hampton.Mrs. grade point average of 3.0 or -
-to- Mr. and Mrs.( Man- Smith Is a former resident I e, higher. 2V,, for $25,000,000! Charley
uel C. Stephens of Virginia of Starke. Her parents are ; E k: "We must all live togetheras
Beach. Vlnrinia. the late Mr. and Mrs. Lacy II. I brothers or perish togetheras JOHNS AGENCY
$16,100 for a parcel of land Austin. N. fools," the motto of
from Young America Corp. of Mrs. Smith Is survived by the Class of 1971 The carnation
Floridato- Mr. and Mrs four sons: Julian A. Smith Is the class flower. The class 131 So. Walnut St.
James W. Prince. J.L. Smith E. Glenn Smith, Dale Johns stol. the show with his comical narrationof song Is "We've Only Just Be Phone 9e4.6070scaldsYam
$15,000 for a lot In "TheHavenBedford and Harold E. Smith, all of the tang I'm All Thumbs", as The Youth Choir of' gun."
Lake" from Balnesvllle, and grandsons.' Natural Officers are Nancy Dowling
the First Baptist Church presented High Moy
Mr. and Mrs. Jame. Lyle M. president; Brant Turner, vice-
yera and Helen V. Myersto; 2325. It will again b. pretontod Jun. 5. president: Wayne Bennett, secretary -
Mr. and Mrs. Perry L. Black- ; l Kelly Richards, treasurer. -
burn of Blountvllle, Term. A veteran husband toys h, 301DRIVEI
$10,000 for a parcel of land started out thinking !of marriage -
from Ruth B. Bell of Jax.to at a partnership, but now Trailer Zoning...
Robert E. Bell Jr., of Col- Ji. it a whdtty-owntd/ subtidi- Raymond J. Sauve r
umbia. South Carolina. C"1/. N
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Raymond J. Sauve, 67, of I
- --------------- advised the group that the Santa Tax Assessor Gene Long,who Starke, died Sunday morningin COIDTURKEYwo
G.E.D. EXAMINATIONWILL Fe area would continue to grow serves as director for the Zoning Bradford County Hospital Show Begins At Sundown
Board, said In Ms
and that It would be wise to that after a short illness Born In FRIDAY SATURDAYMAY
rezone a strip along Highway opinion, an exception should be Canada on May 14, 1904, he > ran wraM lUll noouc'm'
BE ADMINISTERED 21 for businesses which would made of Sampson Lake sinceIt was a retired employee of General DICKVANDYKEJ'COLDTURKEY" 28, 29
Inevitably be needed to serve was more of a fishing lake Motors. ......
the area. than a resort area, and that Surviving are his widow, Edna cm scon: ion rasiw cmuit)mum HOKIIM we.w.. ..BOB NEWHART Roam/NTOUW[ 00mnte, ,or
During The Week Of In another matter affecting most property; owners were Interested Sauve of Starke: one daughter (-MCM..BUDmuK\ .(.-.....NORMAH lIAR s...s.. .N.NOHII4N lIAR.W1\IIAIi\[ ItICt;((OsJR., vj ....1111(.clion'
Santa Fe, the board denied a In using mobile homes Mrs. Geraldine Wright __........>,NORMAN IDR :UPjnOh IOlOR: :..tDe\u.e'\ UmtMlOrtwti :,;-",--
written request from Mrs John while In the area on weekend Columbia, MI...; a stepdaughter !:"
June 14 Thru June 18 1971LAST Snead of Tampa for permission fishing expeditions.The Mrs. Joyce Wlnstead, Detroit '!-" .. ... \.. .
to locate a mobile homeon board agreed with Long, Mich.; one son Arnold :;::r ,.. .
waterfront property; on the and decided to Include the entire Sauve, Detroit; and two stepsons r
lake shore line of Sampson In George Maynard,Detroit, PLUS JAMES
DAY TO REGISTER SAMPSON MAY CHANGE the hearing notice, along with and James Maynard, Williamson GARNER
Although Its original plan was the area requested by Mr. W.Va.; one brother, Nor- DAN "HOSS BLOCKER IN
2 1911 to restrict all lake front Brown. man Sauve, and one sister,
Irene Kenna, both of Detroit.
perty In the county; from mobile Brown with the signatures! of
homes, the board decided property; owners requesting the Of I
Times: Tuesday night to permit howard change In zoning.Mr. The Rosary was recited at "Cockeyed Cowboys
The Following
GED Will Be Given at Funeral
The and Mrs. L.C. Adams, 8 p.m. Tuesday In Jones -
Brown to advertise for a of Bedford Lake, requested a Home with Father James .
Monday thru Thursday. 1:00 to 3:00: P.M. hearing on Ms request to re- change from R -A (residentialwith Cregan officiating. Intermentwas Calico County"Stay PLUS
3:00: to 6:00 P.M. and 7:00: to 10 P.M. zone a Sampson Lake subdivision a minimum of 20,000 sq. in Detroit Mich. ,,
from Kl-B to Ifl-C. Mr. ft,) to RNC (minimum of 7,500
Friday8:00: A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Brown said that he had sold so. ft. and allowing mobile Xa11'* '** "* .*'* FACE TO FACE
practically all the lots In the homeson) a piece of non-water WITH TOTAL
Hogan Smith subdivision with front property at Bedford Lake.
FEE FOR GED BATTERY 1 IS $3.50 OR $2 ? the understanding that the own- Permission was given by the Cool All Summer TERROR !
ers would be permitted to use board for the Adams' to advertise -
FOR EACH TEST ... mobile homes. for a hearing on the J'J } I
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We The Students Of The Diversified TrainingClub MAY 30,31ADMISSIOfI


Of Bradford High School Would Like To T/i/ Perfect Continuation: ; ; ()fQUALlrry IBUPID'SRhQUIREC"NOW


Thank The Following Businesses And BusinessmenFor Bfvwly, Mill, CourwrCOUNT :'

Cooperating With The D.C.T. Program This Year\ r I

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Bradford High School Hurst Shell All Models Equipped With 2-Specd Quid saw

Blower Automatic Thermostat And Dehumid-
Dr. Gruen Slade Gas Co.
ifies As They Cool. .. .

Durrance Pump &: Supply Food FairEddie's

e e.ae < /OlS a e I>HI n5,000 -: 2;

Andrews DrugsWinnDixie 66Denmark f

Furniture BTU 1 Room $129.95
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BTU To 2 Rooms 179.95 ( THE POSSIBILITIES)
8,000 Up ,
Dwmbuud' 1 By Cannon Retaumtf CorpotmtKMl I
Badcock Furniture Koch Drugs I

11,000 BTU Up To 3 Rooms 219.95 ; PLUS

Doyle Conner Insurance Agency Shuford's 66 AU t&crc vans lam.._
BTU To 4 Rooms 239.95
15,000 Up lJZ lIJJ1IIII

B &: G Truck Stop Vaughn And Johnson Furniture Co.
,18,000 BTU Up To 5 Rooms 289.95

Wells Electric Jackson Building SupplyN. 24,000 BTU Up To 7 Rooms 349.9;

Florida Civil Defense Bradford County Telegraph Compare And Save! I k. -

Civil Defense First Federal Savings &: Loan I

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I I Summons. and roadway James; Ralph Carroll Rena Peoples gravated assault, had their case bert Paul Nelson, Jr., William Carol Roberta, Victor William aid W. Hancock, and ore! !Hu-! for violation of restrictions on summons; Thomas Fisher Gasklns -
.. charged with Nugent, both set for the court docket and Jeff Buckley Islah Brazil, Keith Fields Jack ParmanSlzemore. len Oaks. D.L.; Jessie Green Brown,$16.- Jr., Improper tag; George
L. Allen petit larceny; Eddie a preliminary hearing. P. Hayes, William D. Wentz Lucian Keith Patray, Larr t.:. Alvin J. Underhill Nathaniel 50 for allowing unauthorized Washington Moye, Improper
(From Page 1)) to surrender charged with.failure Those who did not answer Jr., and Wilbur W. Rogers. Williams Peter Joseph Madllo Wright Jr., and Isadore person to drive change of ; Richard Alton
driver's license summons to appear were Everett Forfeiting bond for unlawful Henry W. Furr, Just Johnson, Johnny Hernandez were fined William Edward Cannon! David courseI'lure to have
fined court cost of $16.50 for Russell Earl registration and a/k/a tag; Earl Phillips, Robert Lee speed were Jamie Jurdo, John $36 or three days In Jail each Junior Knight, and Mar- vehicle under control; Robert
II unlawful speed. Russell Earl Davis Manning, Mix Jose Luis Benavtdes, Gale Edward Ramsey, Ronald Eddie Claude mines Padgett, Donald for no valid driver's license; garlto Martinez all forfeited E. Mattingly.no log: book; Thomas
Cases where the defendant forgery of signature charged with Coavlta Luke, Donald Edward Adams, Douglas Lawrence Mc- Lamar Crews,Helen Jane Long, Joe Brown, $16.50 for no valid bond for allowing unauthorized E. Ness ml th, failure to,
pleaded not guilty; and trial er's license application on driv-and Gardner, Loruile Barber, Mains Cecil P.Englebert,Junior and Michael Frederic Corri- driver's license; and Mar- person to drive. yield R/W; and Dona ft! Claude
set for the court docket Included Ruby A. Smith Charles Olan Willis, Russell Leon Kersey, Iris Marie ie Emily Creel, $26 or three Devlne. not Identified as delivering -
I Robert Wade Hastings driving while Intoxicated.charged with Johnston Burnup, Gilbert Wal- Beecher, Ann Hale, Henry Forfeiting bond fox voluntary days for no valid driver's license. Donald K. Bennett was fined carrier.
charged with unlawful speed lace, William Phillips Herman Webb, Jr., Deborah H. Love-. intoxication were Luis Martinez $26 or five day In jail and
Robert Plttman charged with; Albert Newmans, Austin C, Clayton Robinson, James Bruce Joy, Gertrude T. Gibson,Townsend Reymondo Rosales Perea, ordered to make restitution on .
Smith Harold Smith, and LouIs Chambers, Jerome Richardson, Phillip] Leek Edward W. and Robert Wilson Larry J. Hussey was fined a worthless check; William It will c m eas a shock to
driving to left of center of Smith, all charged with ag Charles Wesley Shorter, Ro- Emanuel McNeal. Melody Forfeiting bond for no val- $26 or three dayS for failure Harland Cutter, $26 or three the current generation that
id Inspection certificate were to have vehicle under control; days for plying the waters of nostalgia means homesickness .
J'' Curtis E. Davis, Jerry Jasper Albert Jerome Newman, $71 Florida w/o required safety; not old radio programs.
Denmark, Isaac Aaron, equipment. *
or five days for driving wrong
r Aaron Frank Taylor Willie Lu- way on divided highway; Jake Hi* colleague remind Con-
cius Williams, Larry Dale Wart Conle Young Jr., $16.50 for no Others who forfeited bond aretiman Sludgepump that th*
ere and Eileen Brandt Raley. were Joey Lee for profane) and but time he was on on* of
Forfeiting bond for no Flo- tag. Indecent language; John Edward: hole watchdog committees"
t rida cab card were William L. Ramsey, failure to appear; ,Aaron somebody/ ttolt the (rtes.
t Vine Jr., Jessie Morgan Albert Jerome Newman was II. Ilolley, failure to obey .
Grooms, Danny Rue Weels,Bally fined $51 or five days for leav- stop sign; Everett Lee Mor- In the matter of keeping up
R. Treece William Patton ing scene of accident; Doro- with the Joneiei why doeirl
Gilbert, Louie Craig Jr., Don- thy Epperson Shealey, $16.50 ris, failure to answer traffic It count that your dandelion'
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GlOVER Trial Term

ELEClfaC COMPLETE Begins Tues. ,


AIR CONDITIONING A County; Court Trial Termis Philip H. Reagan profane and
Moved To 314 N. set to begin Tuesday, June indecent language and assault
Walnut 24 lire. a, i 1, with Judge Theron A. Yawn and battery.

Phone 964-8835 I presiding. Tom Kenneth Hardy dumping
At there 16 trials -
present are
garbage on private property.
ret on the calendar for the
June Term. Disposition of five Trials set for 9 a.m. Thursday -
JacksonvilleBusiness additional cases which were June 3
AND WE/k R on the calendar has been made
the defendant pleading guilty Gene sale of beerto
1 ''' i in"11 ii- by Carver
e Playing our 6V966 yard Resort'f> t and paying a fine, or having minors
e Freshwater fishing in dismissed by the court for
Saltwater fishing in the Twenty Singers lack of sufficient evidence. Bradley Dean Blddle tres
Playing tennis on our all- t te : passing.
Trials set for 9:30 a.m. June
Hunting on nearby private f ( In Benefit Here I lare: Trials set for 1:30: p.m. June
DirectoryAuto Boating and other water / i 3 are:
(Bring your own boat to Stephen Mitchell Henley,
OR RELAX reckless driving, wilful and Willie Hantterson petit larceny -

On the sun deck beside or MoncftW. teen wanton. .
Inc. the tr"CUP> Sa cm It* aw
Sales and Service in the IS to Alford Lewis Clark,failure to
Dining elegant from 19 years! old end straight summer cur of Dennis Cohens, carrying a
With friends in our ts rWd enough to. the country. After swing: yield, entering through: highway. concealed weapon.
Parrish Motors 100 comfortable, "
teen tavttwl to
perform and Twenty''
heard the: Fore
Sooth iMmrt Sebra George Corey, unlawful David Maruca, Roy Knight,
of the
north of at Holiday! Inn Oonwventlon.
Located Just Singers speed. ,
and Steve Henley committingan
ALES Turnpike and I 175 from the ,/ : lit WMUncton. D. Static;! Inn: Manager:
SERVICE from the north and south, and June 2 irtflh Penitent" :Bfll Glover!<< put ina bid to Cases set for trial at 1:30:
PARTS VOLVO from Northeast and Central j jnoanja the 1AIIdI nce. have them appear here. p.m.June 1 are:
; Grecl tor HoltJaji Inn.
for further Joseph Kerrigan, failure to
Always Good 'Vied C.r* phone (collect) ) yield, turning let!. A total of 98.1Hi,0: ()() persons'

)21) Laura St. Pb. 3St-S6S4 CORALEZ r Glen Orville Scott driving road one or more newspapers'
Agent News -- while intoxicated. every day! according to a 1970
the \V. II. Simmons
study by
ELECTRIC: MOTORS Phillip H. Reagan driver'slicense
not carried or exhibited. (Co.

PEAVY Brother. by Bobby Taylor .
Electric Co. Trials set Wednesday, June
P.O. BOX 1116 CRYSTAL Important agronomic We also have materials that 2, at 9 a.m. are: Plaza

Electric Motors A Family Bradford County.; Almost give good information on grow- Esaw Bright, Jr., carelesslyset
galnat tobacco because of two hundred acres of tobacco -
Azaleas to
Sold< Serviced Repaired claims that It's use Is hazar- grossed about a quarterof ing crops fire to land of another. Barber Shop
Denerators Statere Armature dous to human health tobacco a million dollars to our Johnny Plttman, worthless
Rewinding. growers last year. Even though Sntokey Say: check. Stark. Plata
4044 Lenox Jax 387-2528 the net farm Income from this
Dessle Lee Jackson contributing -
crop was far less, this moneywas to the dependency and Hour 8 to 5* 30

PIANOS : r. businesses JnclrculaUonandnumeroua benefited.As MUEve rro NOTv>< delinquency of minors. AppointmentIf
:i-1Ii MAN n THE *A1TST Trials set for 1:30p.m.June2
: Preferred
long as there Is a demandfor THREAT TO OURFoRES1s
CONN and KiMBALLORGANS our tobacco here and abroad, are: I
it Is very Important that we Phone 964-5030
Mrs. T.L. Jones, worthless
produce a clean quality; tobacco check.
with a minimum amount of ealong
pesticides. This means that
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the grower must use a produ-
ction program that Includes
proper fertilization Insect and
nwinh.n disease control harvesting and
curing techniques, and prac- frgemo1fB10
tice sanitation measures like n City,
"SWINdER" WE OFFER TO OUR CUSTOMERS crop rotation and turning under '
KIMBALL crop residues as soon as possible Carolina

Roosevelt ORGANS Mall-3S8- 51. j 5 lb. Growtone Fertilizer No Charge with $5.00 Purchase of Assorted Plants' with women and children

$15.00 Plant Order 25 lb. Fertilizer No Charge Insect and disease control 1
It the rustic historical FRY-
WESTERN STORE I probably most Important' Spend your vacation in elegance at
II production practice for our EMONT INN: I in the heart of the Great Smokey Mountains
at this time. Growers
I Use For growers Mf11 Ten minutes to Cherokii Indian Reservation and outdoor
should watch their crop closelyto
LITTLE.DUDE. $3.98 SPRAYER ORTN FungusAnd detect and Identify a pest FURNITURE drama, "Unto these Hills." Spacious rooms, Pool, Tennis
at the earliest possible time. Court, Recreation. hall, Canoe aqdi.rtail I trips.., Superb
Western Store No Charge With IIOMICRC1UID Insect Once the pest Is Identified, the Quality Home furnishing mountain cuisine. Evening entertainment. Waterfall\; bathingand
e"' a Purchase Of Quart' proper pesticide must be selected Custom Draperlett ,
(Western Clothing Leather Control and applied at the pro- horseback riding/ nearby. European plan. Modest rates.Open
goods Saddles and Trailers ISOTOXin ISOTOX For 5.98 per rate and at the right time. Carpeting May 20 through fall season. For information about
Interior by Victor
Charles & Sharon Petty near Tobacco growers, other agricultural the inn that progress I left behind, write; FRYE ONT,
u oz. $1.39 1600 Park Ave. Orange Park
!902 8. 384-1210
producers, and even N.C .28783
Pt._ 2.98 264-9331 tf Bryson City
gardeners and home-owners
FURNITURE 8 01. -i: 1.98 d Makes Several should learn as much as pos-
sible about the specific Insects
BAXLEY CHAIR 401._ __1.29 Gallons Spray and diseases and the materials s.........e ....o.................
that control them before they .
Furniture Discount grow any crop. They know that e
it is almost Impossible to grow .
100% ORGANICFERTILIZER their crops without pesticides .
Living Room j L. ARGENTINE 7 but they must remember that
rt of them toxic to I .
Dining Room 'P'1.9 EST many are
I BAHIA I man plants,and animals.These .

Bedroom ....J.. :';::--1 87) c LB. ONTIOL With Minq/s QualityPENSCOLA materials if can be used safely 1 t Sf .
properly applied.'RememberKead -
WHOLESALE PRICES ;p MICMII the label and follow the / a .
648 Carnal 1 Block from 1-10 50 lb. $2.49LOKIDA 'directions- to the letter. .
Jacksonville Fla. ,389-1741 47c LB. 7We have a good assortment I e I / .
Ph. 964-5745 of free bulletins, circulars and .
other publications In our of- 1 III. .'
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COOLS UP TO $ COOLS 12x70 ORDOUBLE UP TO $ .. Carry "The Rescue Money" j

12x50 HOME MOBILE 725 WIDES 795Price : American Express Travelers Cheques :

Traveling with wads of cash is flirting with disaster. Why take such .
a'crazy risk? Carry American Express Travelers Cheques, "The .
i Rescue Money" If they get lost or stolen, you go to the local American .
Express office or representative:(They're all over the world.) .

Gbt \your missing Cheques replaced. And i. rr ..1your.vacatidn
Includes: Condensor Coil, Fan, Duct Work, is rescued Next trip, carry I r l%i-. ..,I.l' V f .
The, Rescue! Money." It's' spendable qv- I; Vj .**. -- ?ry.lerywh .
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Pave 6 Telegraph Mav 27. 1971

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Lawtoy Homemaker held .
their May luncheon at Holiday ,
Inn on Thursday, May 20. A )
number enjoyed this occasion.
After the meal they held their i I I
last business meeting until Sep
tember. Those attending were
Mrs. T.L. Wainwright Mrs. ,
H.C. Wainwright Mrs. Harry aI
Faulkner Mrs. J.H. Faulkner,
Mrs. Ernest Wells, Miss EnzBUnctard
\ Mrs.George L.Shu-
ford Mrs. Margaret Arwood,
Mrs. Joseph Cross, Mrs. Max /
Newport Mrs. O.J. Boyett, J; ,
Mrs. RJE.Lee Mrs.O.E.Pearson ,
Mrs. f.C. Tye Mrs. o'h'LJE 1tiF
George Kelly Mrs. Ed Durban -
and Mrs. Richard Carter.
Also Miss Martha Sue McCain BEEF PEOQ -- -
and Mrs. Ann Green.

CHURCH Grace United ACTIVITIES Methodist: Sunday PRICES GOOD THURS., MAY 27 thru SUN., MAY 30
School, 9:45: a.m. Worship
services II a.m. and 8 pjn.
Children's Choir, Wednesday
2:30: p.m. and MYF Choir practice -
7 Prayer meeting 8
pjn. '
p.m. MYF, 7 pan. Thursday. SUNNYLAND
-Don Denton, Pastor
Church of Cod: Sunday School: f ; nI
10 ajn., Worship services 11
a.m. and! 7:30: p.m., Family
Night Wednesday 7:30 pjn.
-Carl D. Fink, Pastor.

Highland Baptist Sunday I br ti' ?r "

School: 5 a.m.. Worship Services M
11 a.m. and 7:30: pjn. ni' Vt
Prayer Meeting Wednesday,
7:30 pjn. followed by Choir t ,r
practice.Raymond Caudlll, '
pastor. ,.,,h ,, "TENDER SMOKED
Miss Elizabeth Terry spent

Wednesday to Friday with Mrs. ..,, ..
C.E. Strickland In Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stokesof ,
Lake Butler and Mr. and r
Mrs. N, J. Strickland of USDA CHOICE W.O"NO In Woo BRAND PURE(CIO lb..S3 69))

Mrs Lithla O.J.were Anders visiting[on Tuesday.Mr. and 78C Gr. Beef 5 $289
The Strickland were enroute' Pot Roast. tB L95
to their home after a two months .
tour of Canada and California,

Beach Lonzo spent Austin last of week Daytona with Delmonicos $169 Pork 68C
his mother, Mrs. Alice Austin la Chops -
and Mrs. Bryant Redding : .r
Mrs. Austin was 111 but seem .CHo'C'
t ITiu
better now.
Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Prescott -
of KIngsley Lake were
Sunday afternoon visitors of
Mrs. Austin and Mrs. Redding. 1
Mrs. A.C. Pearce spent Friday
with Mr. and Mrs. Wallen ,
Sapp and Lesley. The daughter .
returned with her grandmother t
for a weekend visit
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cohaganof '

Bostwlck were visiting Mrs. I KIFE ,I : ,
Ed Durban on Sunday.Mr. FX
and Mrs. Bobby Dan- Limit 3 W/J7.50/ or more purchai. ..cl. cigi.
iels and family of Tlfton, Ca. SAVE 40c-NEWBORN OR DAYTIMEPampers jhan Yy,9,2ba
visited their aunt Mrs. A.C. s
Klrkl nd, during the week. 30-CT, $,I39
Mrs. C.M. Moneyhan of Jacksonville -
spent the weekend with $ /
her son-in-law and daughter
SAVElOe-VAN CAMP Limit with J7.50 or men purchai.icluding 'oIlOI'
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. [Knight, and

family.Mr. and Mrs. Arly Belvin- Pork & Beans 6-l00::
nlr of Lenox Ga were Sunday 125-CT.
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. SAVE
L.M. McClellan. Mrs. Belvln-
nir Is Mr. McClellan's slater $1,00
6 ,
Another guest of the weekendwas as 68'
their grandson Randal
Reddish, of the State Farm. SAVE 16c.THRIPTY MAID CUT
Mrs. Don Lee and Michele
of Starke spent the weekend Green Beans 7 16-0' $100 Quantlty.lgh..d, .
WINN Dllll" Sloa".INCCO"'D"t.' im
with Mr. and Mrs. O.E. Pear- CAN .

IOn Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brlco l r- 99c
and family have moved Into Watermelons. i n "
$ 00
their new home. W. K. Corn 7 as 1
Mrs. Roger Underwood of ASTOR Astor:
Green Cove Spring Is visiting GOLDEN:; BANTAM. YELLOW OR WHITE
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Earl FRUIT nuiico; ( ,Mit
Prevatt. Corn 1O 69e
Mrs. Robert Prevatt of the .V % fAR
State Farm and Mrs. Earl Pre "
vatt were visiting In Jackson I Ilimit
ville last week. ,. $ OO
Friends will be pleased to oawberries .3",, |
know that Mrs. Elnora Privett 6 w/$7-50 or mo purchat* ncl. igSAVE !
who has been under treatmentin TISSUESAVE FRESH
Baptist Memorial Hospital,
!Is Improved and hopes to come Lettuce HEAO29c
home early this week. 50' .
Mrs. Ernest Wells has returned
from a visit with Mrs VINE RIPE
Llnnle Cllchrlst In Brunswick
Tomatoes 39
Ga.Mrs.. R.E. Lee attended installation 16-ot. IB
of Postmaster'
Charles W. Johns at Orange
Park on Thursday, May 23.Mrs. ,
R.E. Lee visited her .................... 2 oot .*
father, G.L. Peterson Doc I o- V"
tore Memorial Hospital Sun J 2-PACK

J &s Potatoes 10 ': 79e




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If You Are Interested In Carpet Make It A Point To Come To Oui

{Store On Friday And Saturday ( Open Till Noon Saturday ) We{ :

Will Have A Factory Representative With Us And Will Be Able I

To Offer Prices Never Before Offered In This Area On 501 Nylon

Carpet, FHA Approved.

Outstanding VALUES


L..j. ..
I. v" ; 12 x 12 Room Carpeted -
$11120FOR 'r y

'" Including Corptt, 65 ox. Cushion and Wall: 4
,o d to Wall Insulation.
THINK OF ITI 501 Nylon Carpet, Cushion,
:ra'7+s x, : and Wall to Wall Installation For$6.95 Yd.
r W. Install I What W.S.II.

c '
Rolls Of Carpet Will Be On Display! For Your Selectioi WALL TO WALL INSULATION I

? : Only

If You Install Yourself You
Can Buy This Carpet For Only

/ And Reason To Drop By And See The Friendly Folks At
M/KF I The Starke Builders Supplies Is That During Friday And $4.95
Half-Day Saturday We Are Having A Paint Sale To End PLUS TAX
All Paint Sales! The Biggest Stock In This Area To
Choose From. Also Samples Of Newest
Patterns. Floor Tile At
Prices You Won't Believe.

----- Here Are Just A Few Of The Specials--

Complete Line Of.. ..
INTERIOR WALL PAINT NOW ONLY P & F Enamel Sale Price $4.99 gal.

7 Colors To Choose From $250 GAL. (Wos $6.25))
,. .VARNISH That Dries In 4 Hours M $2.99
Best Quality One-Coat Latex
$4 99 Was $5.35-NOW Only $4.25 Gal.
WALL PAINT Was $5.98 GAL. 4X3 Sh..t
Best Quality Semi-Gloss Enamel 85 Was $7.95 NOW Only$6.75$ gal.
( Was$6.98 ) $5 GAL. .
Absolutely Finest Acrylic Hoime Paint (Everything Needed To Do The Job)

Was 86.49 -NOW Only $5.39 gal. Was $3.98 NOW Only $3.25 '
9 Roller Set -NOW 89c Ea. I
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STOP BY OUR STORE and see what we have to offer. No other store in this area can offer the
lines we have..Complete Sporting Goods to fill your every need... Electrical Department... Com'!
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Vol. 92 No. 44 May 27. 197:1 2nd Section

The Swrtteil Straicberrltt ThU SU of Ueaotn VET NEWS Savings Bond

Armed Force News About Sales Total .., .-
M.T. Dtxon the Director of /
Veterans Affairs, for the State $14,598 in April

OUR SERVICEMENArmy of Florida, clarified an oft- -..." ..
BROOKER in BRIEF + Forests Help time misunderstood question a- Bradford (Count sales oft .",
Fight Pollution, bout the right of a child of a Savings Bonds In \prll totaled

BY LINDA. G. COX Specialist Four Thomas veteran. Any child of any veteran $14,598, according toS.I., Peek,
Rotarians ToldThe Navy Petty Officer Third remains, forever a childof Jr., volunteer Count Savings\
E. Coleman Jr.. 21, whose Class W.If.I Edwards HI, son a veteran regardless of any Bond chairman. The county had t, ,h ,,rofvqr'l !
PERSONALS parents received the combat of Mr. and Mrs. William II. circumstances whatsoever, and attained 35.8 per cent of I Its
BRIDAL SHOWER Mr. and Mrs. Harry Man- Importance of forests to Infantryman badge while serv- Edwards Jr. of Starke, Is ser- retains all rights and benefits annual sales goal at the end
Miss Kathy Williams, bride- ning had as guests over the the ecology was stressed In a ing with the 23rd Infantry DIvision ving aboard the destroyer USS to which such child Is entit- ofprll, :Mr. Peek said.
elect of Jerome Kelley was weekend their daughter and son- talk at the Starke Rotary Club In Vietnam. Johnston which participated In led, Dixon said. The chairman reminded local -
honored with a miscellaneous Wednesday, May 19, by Dr. The badge Is a unique and the North Atlantic Organization
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Treaty Under V A regulations, a childof residents that all outstandIng -
shower, Thursday evening May Wayne Smith, associate direc- cherished award that is high (NATO)
Bellew of Athens, Ga. training exercise a veteran always remains a Series r bonds purchased
20, given at the Brooker Community Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cox tor for research at the Schoolof ly coveted by Its recipients.The "Dawn Patrol 71") in child of a veteran even though from flay 1941 through )lanuar''
Center. The center was had a birthday supper Sunday Forestry, University of Flo- award was originated during the Mediterranean Sea. the child may be legally a- 1957, and to Series II Bonds
beautifully]) decorated carrying: night, May 23, honoring Tom- rida. World War n to recognizethe The exercise Involved more dopted by someone else. This Issued from ,June 1932:! through.
out a yellow and green motif. my's mother. Mrs. Mack role of the Infantryman. than 60 ships, ranging In size applies to a child who maybe .)aOlJan.' 1957. I Freedom shares,
Palms flanked the gift table. Pressley of Lake Butler.Others Dr. Smith said that 80 per The CIB can be awarded onlyto from aircraft carriers to fast adopted out of the veteran's sold from Ma> 19R7; through 1 1 1r
present for this occasion Included cent of the area of Bradford a member of an Infantry patrol boats, and 300 aircraft family! before or after a vet- June 1970 ha\e been given a (
An arrangement of yellow : Deena and Bradlee Cox; County Is adaptable to forests unit of Brigade, regimental or from the U.S.. Greece, Italy! eran's death. Regardless of the I0->ear extension beyond their tiD
glads was used at another point Beckey Pressley of Lake But- and that the pines produced smaller size unit who satisfactorily Turkey and the United King- circumstances he Is still the original -J-l/2-jear:! 'maturlt> .
in active
ler and Eudell and here would give off enough oxy- performed child of and is eligible "This
of interest. The registration table Vaughn dom.During a veteran, means that Savings
of Lake gen to support a population of ground combat against a hostile the exercise, the combined for benefits Bond
was covered with a white family City. payable under owners can continue (to Attendance
force for of
linen cloth and decorated witha Mr. and Mrs. Gene Edwardsand 2-1/2 million persons. Trees a period time. NATO force performed all laws administered by count on their older bonds as
miniature bride and groom children Tina and John- aid In fighting air pollutionby In honor of Its singular meanIng simulated wartime air strikes, the Veterans Administration. part of their lonK-ran: financial Record Perfect
the badge Is above
of Lake City were visiting absorbing carbon monoxide worn anti-submarine warfare tac- Dixon Invites question
A decorative screen, ny planning for retirement security -
from the air, and throwing off all other awards and decorations tics, air defense surveillance For Nine YearsMark
relatives Veteran
with Ivy and yellow glads, was Sunday afternoon. through any County I children's education
the left It
over breast.
used in front of the kitchen. They visited Mrs. Inez Green oxygen Dr. :Smith said. Is blue and amphibious operations. Service Office, an office of the and new homes," Mr. Peek
a with sliver
The punch table was covered and Cherie and Mr. and Mrs. rectangle a "Dawn Patrol 71" was designed Veterans Administration or by said.
: Bruno. !13earold
The speaker deplored the lack rifle mounted on It,, superimposed son
to test the skills of
with a white linen cloth and Ernest Edwards and family. curved writing him at Post Office Box of :Mr. and Mrs. \rthur Bruno,
centered with a crystal punch Mrs. W.F. Sheppard of of adequate facilities for the over a hips crews and evaluate the 1437, St. Petersburg, Florida
of has nine
Yellow filled the Gainesville and Mrs. Eddie UF Forestry School, which he wreath. Subsequent awards are reliability of their equipment. 33731. JUVENILE! FICTION
bowl. punch Crummle of Fayetteville N.C. said was partially housed In represented by stars at the Grover (Cleaver); Tell :Me A years of perfect school atten-
bowl. visited relatives Monday morn-, an old residence, and a surplus top center of the wreath. Mitzi (Segal); Maxie (Kantro- dance, starting with kindergarten -
Cake squares, decorated witha ing. These were Mrs. Inez Army building. In view Spec. Coleman is a riflemanIn JUVENILE NON-FICTION witz); Mr. Brown Can Moo! and continuing through the
yellow rose bud, were served Green and Shirley Mrs. Ernest of the Importance of forests Company C.lst BaWIon. 52nd CARD OF THANKS Finding A Poem (Merriam), Can You? (Oelsel)>; Moshle Cat eighth grade.
from a silver tray. A sliver Edwards, and Mr. and and forest products to the Flo- Infantry of the Divlson's 198th Invitations To Investigate (Griffiths); Little Silk (Ayer); Mark has an attendance plaque
candellabrum placed on each Mrs. Tommy Cox and children rida economy, Dr. Smith said Brigade near Chu Lai. To the One folks, Odell Ro- Bradweln); A Book To BeginOn Susanna's Candlestick (Albrecht from Miami Christian School,
end of the table with yellow Bradlee and Deena. more adequate facilities should ran appreciates your kindness Bells 01111); One Hundred ); Really Eager And The where he attended l before mow
lighted tapers helped to enhance be' provided for the school Private William M. Harrell, shown at the loss of Mr.Rogan Plays For Children (Burack> Glorious Watermelon Contest ing with his parents to Hampton -
' the room.A 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mal- -Mrs. Odell Rogan Discovering What Goldfish Do (Cheney)) The Golden Apple and also a certificate: from
I' game of unscrambling kitchen IM Old1n&YOUHRE's The speaker was Introducedby colm O. Barren, Brooker, recently (Simon); Mom! I Need Glasses (BolllgerJ"; The Angry Moon; the Bradford Middle School
I items was enjoyed by about '. Rotarian Bob Blakewood completed eight weeks (Wolff). Elijah The Slave (Singer); f where he attended this year.S .
60 guests. Miss Williams who had charge of the pro of basic training at the U.S. Wonder What's Under (Lund);
I beautiful LIMBO a Army Training Center Ft. _
received many gifts. gram.It ----- -- -- - - - -- -- - - - - ----------- - -
Among those was a set of Revere Campbell] Ky. -
Ware Pots given to her was announced that the Pvt. Harrell received.Instruction -'
by the hostesses. The hostesses annual Ladles Night honoring In drill and ceremonies
for the evening were Juan- Rotaryanns and guests, will be weapons, map reading
Ita Adams Theo Dyal, John- combat tactics, military cour-
held at the Camp Standing Officers h
nie Green. Shirley Green Iva Club on Thursday June tesy, military Justice, flrstaid",
Jean Harrell, Linda Uarrell, "One big difference between 10. and Army history and traditions. -
Zulene Harrell, Mildred Mc- men and boy i. the .
David, and. Mary F. Williams. price of their toy." In His Brooker.wile Linda also lives OFFICIAL S

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(June 20)). Put That Recliner Up For Him Now. RCA CLOR TVL



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I Th. new 1972 RCA Color TV models are on their way. soles chances are you'll find exactly the RCA

And that's good news for you. Because it means we've Color TV you're looking for among our close-out

got to clear out the '71 models to make room for the specials. Below you see lust a sample of the great

new arrivals. And to do .It, we're slashing prices like values awaiting you now during our big' "Official RCA
I (e)
you wouldn't believe. Portables, table models, ,con Color TV Clearance Sale." Come in now and save:


otaC "" : '"":'J\i\ ......:..,,j,, :"'r-'r.IIio.:
Giant Selection mss- Low, low price
$ $ $ SAVING VALUES noggSensatiiwaB ; ;1 for console
I ? color with A.F.T.

OO13LJLJ(] e .
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D\1 Color TV w tl '',tv.incucl,,, Automat
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2SRC Pillow lack.., ..pandecl ,,
C_. I' 't. tube and powi'luissuru "
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rvs' high level
?f "",","u.e See this,
Diamond tufted back _
c-: _. at IS*M ,
TV Muhanlim, _-___ ash I I.? huv color
$59.95 1-Wav. TV Mchaniimroom .. : ..
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$78.88 \ "
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Y fa.. ..at TV
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Z $68.88 Full foam .plattlc... .rNapend.d -

Compare .at $I9.*J Th...MONTL.AH. M..raaNa
$99.95 i.u COMPARE
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is this romantic Spanish style furniture
(Shown Mow)
O YerMa TO Its timeless will do wondersfor
m (O) (M) piece. appeal
Bad.cocJc4. Pillow back H.ovy IlKull tufnd back, ,Ha. hair andVibrator your Mediterranean decor.
Nougohyd.. CavrMack. foam Mat, loll cait.ri..
Suit Your 17RC Oily.4 O.blood Twwd.o .. 100% Mouoohyd. awl with trade

Ilwd $88.88 $99.95 $99.95 COMPARE AT
Make your selection from the Nation'sBeit $497
Caner.of Cam. c--: d
Manufacturers. Wide Variety of sne.rs: slzr.a 11:19.: 629.95

Colors and styles to choose from. Parts and Labor Warranty-Basic Provisions.For .
90 days from >Iii d! He ol purr hose RCA
Spectat CazCvacC Putc/tate KROEHLER RECLINERS! RI'. Corpnr' .1'0". i w Hi" ml-- In the '"st retail, pur-

j rh,IMr ItI' d,t ''I' will' pay ill 'labor charges for
"' } !fJ> ,f""""" rip' nr oi' 'i>!i'ct. m help RCA New Vista

I models (land Modeii EP 10? "i-.J' bP-40-i and j will make

(F) .. S' available replacements for any detective parts (tit the picture -
( \ 1m:1{: tube becomes defective. within, two years, it will, be en-
.1 f fIG 1 changed for a rebuilt! picture, tube I On portable models.

t : RCA will make available replacements lor detective parts
) .
( ) :I t 111 >- 1Iof'O'-N and pay labor charges only on a "carry-In" basis, transportation -
to and from the service agency is the purchaser's responsibility

.0-. J f } CONSOLE STEROS Installation and set-up foreign use' antenna
systems, and adjustment) of customer controls are not included
l REDUCED FROM To obtain warranty benefits"' contact your RCA

f dealer or the service agency ol your choice with your War.

$75.00 to $300.00 ranty Registration Card

!1r1' }Ve Do Our Own Financing

area s..e sloe '

Winkler Electric Inc
aeb.afl WJ17.t ?hL Rvht" fs Blwdlh.d f0 q 47.ta./LyAkaa'b Sfy,
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YotfewasunoWhenStarkefl rot. .

Monday was wash day 95 years and three years before The office of the Clerk of the Cir- the first mayor, chosen by a
jwo, Just as It Is today, so Telegraph was founded In 1879. cuit Court In t the Town of Starke, landslide vote of 38 was Dr.
the women stayed home and Since there was newspaper Florida to decide by vote whether J.L. Gaskin an early Starkephysician
did the housework. They could- to publish the election notice, or not we Incorporate said and political figure.
n't have voted anyway because and evidently not even a typewriter Town and elect officers for the Two other men, W.F. Bowen
woman's suffrage, giving women around the then "court- Government of t the same." and J.C. Richard received one
the right to vote, was house" to type the documenton. The notice was dated April each.
still an Idle dream In 1876. Clerk of the Court BenJ. 26, 1876 and was prepared "By The) selection of a City Clerk
The men of the young community E. Tucker took his pen In hand request of many voters." was likewise near-unanimous,
of Starke went to the and tediously wrote the noticeIn The election tally sheet with Simon S. Weeks receivIng r a
polls however, and voted un- longhand on ruled legal cap showed that 42 ballots were 34 votes to one each for f i
anlmouslyall 42 of them-- paper: cast and were unanimously In J.M. Johns and G. (Gib) Hol- ,
to Incorporate the town and "Notice Is hereby given favor of Incorporation. These 1JI1g.worth.
elect its first slate of offi that on Monday the 29th! day represented more than the necessary But In the matter of selectIng .... ,d ._ ,1
cers. of May A.D. 1876, all qualified two-thirds of the total a Town Marshall, votingwas
The election was held on Mon- registered voters within number of qualified voters.A pretty equally divided with
day, May 29 1876, eleven years the limits hereinafter describedare slate of city; officials was 20 for W.A. Bessent and 18
after the end of the Civil War requested to meet at the elected at the same time, and for Hollingsworth.
The five Aldermen elected,
comprising the first City;
Council, and the number of
votes received by each were:
Joseph Alvarez 391; A.H.Johns,
Gditor.lalltl? 38; Thos. Hemmlngway, 37; J.
C. Richard 36; and C.W. McKinney A. I

Others receiving votes for
Alderman were: J.M. Johns,
S; S.S. Weeks 2; W.F. Bowen -
1; and London Albert Ca
Negro resident) I.

Friend Or Foe? were Managers: S.S. Weeks of ,W.T.the election Dryden,

and H.C. Bowen. John Q. A-

"Man's best friend" is rapidly becomIng one, It seemsthey own several dams The was 42 persons clerk. voting In the

a health menace, accordingto which is all right as long as they are historic election, as shown by
recent research Into the habits controlled. The trouble is that many the official poll list were: A.

of Old Rover and his canine pals.It are not properly controlled, and the II. Johns, W.F. Bowen.T.Hem
owners seem to feel that city streetsare mlngway. K.L. Adams F.D.
the perfect place for their dogsto Hollingsworth, J.M. Johns,
is pointed out that the dog popu- Fredric Willis, Sandy Sanders,
lation in the U.S. is growing faster run at large, destroy property Andrew Albert Sr., Jack Williams Country Music Park Opening Attracts Larqe CrowdsThe I
than the human population.It dump garbage cans, chase cars, bark G.W. Adams J.Q. A.
howl, and even threaten to attack or Dams, Alex Sanders, James
that there 611,000 bite. Murrhea, Robert Albert. Brit- grand opening of the Blue were well pleased with atten- clans from Florida and near- ing artists.
is estimated are
ton Mimms, S.B. Williams. H. Grass Special Country Music dance and the fact that the by states. 3Mac Wiseman (right) another -
dog bites each year and while the W. Adams, J.C. McRae, M.Hutchison. Park southwest of Lawtey attracted public responded so well to Pictured above are severalof popular star from Nash-
danger of rabies in this country is not "We wonder if there really is a H.C. Bowen, S.S. large crowds last Fri- the family type entertainmentthat the groups that made the ville.
so great at present, the bites are leash law In Starke. It has been said Weeks! W.T. Dryden J.J. Bow- day and Saturday from Brad- was offered. grand opening such a 4Don O'Nlel and the Fox
painful, often necessitating a tetanus that there is such a law, quite an en, G. kollingsworth,W.A.Bes ford and surrounding counties, Hollow Boys.Another .

shot, and children particularly can ancient: one, but we have yet to see sent Joseph Gasklns, Andrew as well as neighboring states. Several country music artists 1Ken Clark and the Merry

be badly hurt. it enforced. We have, however noteda Albert Jr., N.J. Jones, Dr. from the Grand Ole Opry In Mountain Boys. festival will be held
few feeble attempts from time to J.L. Gasklns, G.W. McKinney Ken Clark and Donald WIN Nashville, Term were featured, 2Jim and Jesse and the at the country music park In
Alvarez Dr.J.M.Jones
With the trend of American citiesto time, to have the dog problem dis- Joseph Dan'l McRae, J.J., Sparkman klnson, developers of the park, as well as outstanding musl- Virginia Boys, popular record- June.

spread Into the suburbs, the danger cussed at council meetings, but the M. BUtch, W.F. Thebaut Erwin -
of rabies increases because foxes, subject is usually promptly tabled "for Johns, ,John Parker, Jas- on Call Street on the site of and Darby Gaskins, to build
and other animals that carry future reference." There was some per N. Strickland, M.W.Brown the present Alvarez Store building a small canvas boat. They tookIt
eoons, and Kit Williams. out to Howe's
Gasklns also landing on the
the disease live in the nearby wooded talk a year or so ago about a dog Those listed as qualified to Bradford County for represented several lake to launch. Dr. Gaskins Letters to U.S MAIL
areas. ordinance for the county, but that vote In the election,but who did terms In the State Legislature wanted to test it before the
too was soon "gone with the wind." not make it to the polls that and served as Speaker boys went for a ride, and the
Three recent attacks by packs of day were: F.W. Simmons, R. of the House. He met a boat capsized with him. It Is
dogs have been reported in one city Meanwhile we can lie awake nights Turner, J.G. Alvarez J.T.DU- tragic death In 1898 by drowning believed he suffered a heart the Editor :
laberry, Moses Mack. Ell in Kingsley Lake. attack in the water, resulting .
out the prairie
imagine on
and in one of the attacks 49 animals we are Strickland, and J.C. Richard.Dr. According to early accounts in his death. He was knownto
were killed In the zoo, and the other with packs of coyotes roaming the Gasklns, Starke's, first he had helped his sons Perse be a good swimmer
two attacks involved serious injuryto landor, if we finally do ever get mayor, came to the young town
young children. to sleep, we wake up to find the direct from medical school.
morning newspaper over in some neigh He bought the drug store of SALVATION ARMY
Dr. Smoak which was located CAMP APPEALTo
Besides the obvious danger of dog bor's yard (transported there by a v' :

bite, the roaming animals pose such dog of course). .garbage cans over- the citizens of Bradford a needy child for a full weekat
for town and dwellers turned, flower beds trampled, and gar- County: beautiful Camp Keystone on
other problems city Starke G o if Summer Is Just around the Bedford Lake between Starke
as barking at night, the over- dens uprooted. ,corner. For many this means and Keystone Heights. Will you
turning of garbage cans, and the pol- & I vacation, rest and renewal. share,your summer with a deserving -
lution of streets and lawns. Most other laws are enforced in our However, for many childrenin child from Bradford
communities why not the leash law? Starke it means hot streets, County?

The seriousness of the dog prob- Country Club hunger, and frustration.
As you plan your trip to This year, $4,425 will be spent

Congratulations to the city commIs- '
lem is reflected in a letter received i IJr r .G' JI w the seashore, mountains, or by the Salvation Army in Bradford -
recently by The Telegraph from a sioners of Gainesville who have madeIt to visit relatives and friends- County. We are confidentthat
reader who wrote: illegal to keep a dog that habitually Award Winners at 4-H Award program held last Thursday please don't forget those less citizens of Bradford County -

barks, howls, or runs at large. The UPCOMING EVENTS: night. fortunate. will want to show their appreciation -
ordinance directs that dogs must be You can give them a weekIn by helping to sup
live in Starke kept under control and if not their FOR JUNE God's great outdoorslots port this program that meansso
"Most of us who ,
of fresh air, clean cool water, much to so many.
agree that It is a wonderful place to owners will pay penalties of $500or Bingo every Wednesday night, r wholesome food-- a real experience Please mall your gift to P.O.
live. 60 days in jail. 8 p.m. Box 57, Starke, Fla.
Member Prospective Mem- We have the facilities, staff,
"It is unfortunate however that Our municipalities as well as the ber Tournament & Supper,June / and hundreds of hopeful chil- Sincerely,

the dogs will soon outnumber the people. County government, would do well to 6. dren. We need your help to
bring these together In a mean- Bradford County
Member and guest Luau,June
adopt such an ordinance and enforceit.
ingful Service Unit Committee
12, 8 p.m. till? wl
"Some folks are not content with ." Board of Directors, June 10. It costs Just $35 to sponsor Salvation Army.

Ladles Golf Association,June

Dear Sir: come to the pond the same
I History RepeatsWith as I had, so if this makesme
This letter Is in responseto a prlvlledged person then
The Luau ($10 couple--
per i, a letter published last week. she must be also.
Includes all you can eat and I with the statement that During this entire encounter
chil- agree
unfit for the
the raging very questionable, music from a swinging
controversy over group there is much controversy over I was not asked In an accept-
A full house the
enJoyed night
| preceding
X-rated movies heavy with nudity, dren to see and nauseous to grownup out of Jax for dancing. Tick- the program. supper the youngergenerationand their able or decent manner to stop
violence and sex, it is interesting people. Yet at the conclusion of sucha ets available from Social Com- attitude toward law enforcement fishing or told why I was the
to note that the problem is not new. piece we are astonished to see mittee members, Board mem- officers, but I don't think that object of the remarks and ac-
the announcement: Passed by the Boardof bers, or the Pro Shop. this Is the issue. What if I cusations.
Censorship. Where does this board includes: roast pig, smoked tur- 4-H Awards Night Attended had been a farmer or a plumber Now as for the fish that were
In fact the "bad Influence" of mov- key, shrimp, and ribs. (,Stop ?? too small to be of valueto
ies the of editorialin hang up? At Coney Island? drooling). Members And ParentsOver any
was subject an By125 I had an opportunity to notice me. The fish that I caught
The Telegraph as far back as that a pond in Starke had were Speckled Perch which
October 31. 1913. "Then again, we get tired of see- an abundance of fish In It and weighed from one pound to
ing the same faces in successive reels 125 4-H members and Gerald Meng. Safety- Sallye liking to fish like I do I asked a pound and a half apiece,
Surely appreciate one of our their parents enjoyed a covered Meng. WildlifePatrick Buch- the owner If I could fish In I will leave It to to
up you
This Is what the editor of that day playing different roles. picture new members, Len Kitchens, dish supper and 4-H Awards holtz. HorticultureMark Joy- his pond and he said yes. decide If they were too small.
had to say: shows, if improved will educate as fixing the swimming pool curb- Program last Thursday at the ner, Dennis Rhoden, Larry David Now for the Issue In last
and the Chesterfleld- Ings. Now all we need Is a Civil Defense In Andrews and Dennis
well as interest, Building Ben- I went to the pond and started week's letter that I feel was
"There Is a complaint all over the ean manners of the actors cannot help little paint and everything will Starke. The program was nett. DairyCharles Holtzen- fishing and after a short of no value, what If I had beena
be In Use of the
shape. pool
and dorf and
planned conducted by a RlckHoltzendorf. Field
having a good effect on audiences. time a teenager came over to farmer or a plumber would
land that moving shows
picture are
Is free to members. Guests committee of the Bradford CropeRoger Redding. Gen-
the and started the have
pond making generation
These Therefore let the picture companies of members will be younger
deteriorating. shows we cannot charged County 4-H Council. Membersof eralJoy Redding and Eugene remarks toward myself and instituted a generation gap between -
well do without, and they have come Improve their wares, the board of SOC each payable at the Pro the committee were Walter Anderson. Home Economics- profession for fishing In the themselves and all farmers -
to stay hence this complaint is. a censorship be reorganized, and the Shop prior to entering the pool. Prevatt, Lee Sparks, Kelly Barbara Godwin and Kathy pond. These remarks are too and plumbers?????
serious matter. theatre managers see that all their No exceptions, please. Richards, Mike Reed, Carole Taylor. numerous and of the nature As a Law Enforcement Officer -'
reels were not staged by the same McKinney, Vicky Sue Anderson Other special awards and recognition that they can not be publishedin I do not feel that I ama

"The splendid presentations of the company." (End quote). 4-H'ers and assisted Dennis Rhoden.with record These Judging team Included composed the Livestock ofZack this letter. have privileged to live by individual the same as laws I

past have given place mostly, cheap Since our last listing, here'sa book Judging to select the a- Edwards, Walter Prevatt, Tony I informed this person that as do, I don't have anymore .
What would the editorial writer of warm welcome to our newest ward and the Rosier you
and often stupid comedies and dramas winners conducted and Charles Holtzen- I had permission from the own- rights than you do so
And worse than that, the moral- 1913 think if he could see soma of members: the Warney Atkin program of awards presenta- dorf, and also the PoultryJudg- er to fish In the pond. This how can 1 be a privileged Individual -
sons, Arthur
done ing team members, Dennis Rho- only brought
the X-rated productions of today? further accusations ?
ity of some of the presentations is Kobblnses), Charlie Blalocks 4-H members receiving one den, Marie Harris, Sue Edwards from the teenager. After .
Robert Drlggerses( ), Medford of four medals and a blue rib- and Vicky Sue Anderson. a few minutes she left
Shealys, Rankin Browne Ro- bon for each project and activity District ParticipationMike the pond while muttering something Mervin 11. Jackson
bert Baesels, Richard Cunning ; area were: Achievement- Reed; Foods Demonstra- under her breath. I found 334 N. Myrtle St.
hams, Townsend Strlcklands, Walter Prevatt Vicky Sue Anderson Walter Prevatt; Public Speaking out that this teenager had asked Starke, Fla.
Bryan Erwin, Jr., Harley Ha- Sue Edwards, and Sal- Veterinary Science Demonstrations the owner for permission to
WWWW zen., Lenwood Kltchenses), lye Meng. CitizenshipCindy Mike Reed; Foods
Harry Rlggs, Gary Bishop, and Bryan, Kelly Richards, Carole Demonstrations Joy Redding; WISH'I'D'' SAID
The Bradford County Emmett Jones. McKlnney, and Debbie Mowry. Clothing Demonstrations, Bar- Hampton News
LeadershipDennis Rhoden bara Godwin and Kathy Taylor, To Be THAT w
TELECUtAPHESTABLISHBD Mike Reed, Lee Sparks, and Share the Fun, Kathy Taylor; Resumed .
Andy Harvey. Beef- Andy Harvey General Demonstrations, Sher By New WriterMrs.
Ian Red inn with Vernon SU- Walter Prevatt Mike Emery yl Sapp; Jacksonville Fair A-
Bible cox Is still in the lead and Dwight Emery. wards Carole McKinney and
with 16 new members. White SwineGary Prevatt Marie Lee Sparks; State Fair Awards, Karen
I Is
Supsky the
Mtwlta (Pat Farnsworth)Is second with '
Harris, and Ricky Norman. Zack Edwards and Vicky Sue new for
correspondent The Tel.
For In Him live and six; Blue (Brian "Proud Papa" PoultryMike Futch. Agri Anderson
egraph from Hampton Another example of pollution
FLORI I L $ S Hamilton) is third with five' and follow :
cultureLarry Oglesby
and have our being.-
ssove ing the resignation of Mrs i is instant'nnalvsis.-
and Blood Team (Doc: Adams) Danny Anderson. Foods and Nutrition The Florida 4-H Key Award, .
ASS O T O N (Act 17:28)). trails with four.The drive close Debbie Edwards. Clothing the highest County Award was the Barbara Hill, who has written Harold P. Beason Smith
Sunday, June 6, with another Karen Hubbard and Debbie presented to Walter Prevatt Hampton news for several County (Kaiis.) Pioneer.
Member-Prospective member Hubbard. BreadAnn Al for his eight years In 4-H years.
We need not dwell on the Tournament and Family Supper. len. Home lmprovementBrenda work. This work has been In lived We upend $20,000 for n bus
s.. ." HAl!_".. _dNii h8 difficulties of the world. Instead Creamer 1for...- Mike leadership citizenship and personal Hampton Mrs. for Supeky over a has In RO the kid won't have to walk
year coming
peH61M seek Thursday and _is4 r b.sai abide fh the presence: Uf" -- Reed. Vickie Sue Anderson, Patricia development.4H there from Miami. She Is to school and then upend
a.as Matter *t .foe Fee Ome* ..... n.tIP God. The solution to .ve1y Plufer and Judy Loper. is open to any youth between requesting that residents of $100.000 for n gymnasium so
Cod's The girls have already started Forestry- Lee Sparks. Petroleum the ages of 9-19. For they can get some exorcise.
cols* Aetef Mtarafc 8... ... problem U IB Him.. Let their Club information about the Bradford Hampton leave news Items for
....u.-"... M **.. Meat 1 ,..... (-. 0IdIIII light shine .through so His Tournament and Championship the men will RecreationDenlse PowerMichael Brewer Mowry., County 4-H Program, call- her at the post office, or atBruno's lls Ray Savage; The Thermopo-
and Store. She will (Wyo. ) Independent
r tr'a4. eesas. I 6ftI. >titg9 btessincs. become risible be starting soon. Check with the Sheryl Sapp Marie Chssser your County Agent's Office at appreciate Record.
flow out into the world. Pro Shop for your match. and Jimmy Sapp. Electricity-:! !!\ 964-6594 In Starke. you cooperation.

Pare in Teleeraoh May 27. 1971.

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LEGALS Seymour Says

Job Placement
Seminole Florida the first COURT OF BRADFORDCOUN-.

Notice Is
hereby given
In each of said FLORIDA. IN PROBATE*
publication newspapers TY. Notice Is hereby given that
the Board of County Commla- 12-year-old Job place-
to be not less than twen- undersigned under the -
the provisions
In Re7.15S.OOO, FLORIDA. ty ((20) days prior to the date IN REt Estate of Mary C. Pie.chowskl. sinners of Bradford County.Florida Civil Action No. CASE NO. 962 of Chapter: 20,953 Laws ment program at Ralford Stateis
hereby calls for and IN RE: Adoption of Ronald S.E. Sapp, Plaintiff, vsLou so successful that nearly
hereinabove set for the hear- Deceased will
$ : : State School Bonds ing In form, times and man- requests bids for the follow- Wayne Ellis, a minor ise Auvil Sapp! Denfendant. of Florida, Acts Clerk of of, the 98 per cent of those who have
Civil Case No. 71-855 BY Tasco Lucas Lee and his NOTICE OF SUIT register with the I
FINAL lag equipment to be purchasedby : participated In It have not returned -
required by Chapter NOTICE OF FILING
ner as for Brad-
Circuit Court in
State Board of Education of wife Gertrude M. Lee TO Louise Auvll Sapp }Place
75, Florida Statutes. REPORT AND APPLICATIONFOR said Board for and behalf of : ford County: ,lorida,upon proof to prison.
Florida, a body corporate under NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Residence and Address Un-
Bradford County Florida. This Information was givenby
DONE AND ORDERED, at DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR ; of publication of this noticeof
the Constitution of State The following drop hammer : Billy Joe Ellis, whose known James D. Seymour, voca-
t Tallahassee, Florida, this 17th the fictitious name of i\-I 1
of Florida. Plaintiff, vs. The pile driving equipment shall be residence Is: Unknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED \; tional employment counselor at
of 1971. Notice Is given that which
day May, hereby Cab Company, under weare
I State of Florida, et al., Defendants. I hare died my final report erjuttalent to that manufactured YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a that S.E. Sapp has filed engaged In business at 121 Ralford In a recent talk before -

W. MAY WALKER of Executor of the Estate of by Vulcan Iron Works Inc., petition for adoption the above a Complaint for Divorce against North Temple Ave., Starke, a West Jacksonville civic
of the Circuit Court and the dimension taken named child has been filed by the Circuit
Judge are club.
Mary C. Plechowskl.: deceased: ; Florida Clrt Bradford, County, Fla.
ORDERTo of the Second Judicial Circuitof that I have filed application from Vulcan's Catalog. Tasco Lucas Lee and his wife, Eighth Judicial Seymour initiated the Job
the state of Florida and Florida, In and for Leon for distribution and for One Q) only 1300: standard Gertrude M. Lee and you are cuit, in and for Bradford County T.A. Patrick 51%, 6316 Elise placement program at Ralford,

the several property; owners, County.A final' discharge, and that on drop hammer 18" by 6-1/4" required to serve a copy of and you are required to Drive, Jacksonville, Fla, and since then has started two
LaVerne Patrick 49"i, 6316
taxpayers, citizens and the June 14 197will apply to Jaw. your written defenses, If any, serve a copy of your Answeror more Job-related programsthe --
true ,
others having or claiming copy to It Theron A. Yawn Jr. to the Complaintupon Elise Drive, Jacksonville, Fla.,
any on pleading
Attest the Honorable Theron A. Yawn, One 0)) only Size T Pile community release programand
right title or Interest in the Paul F. Hartsfleld County Judge of Bradford Coun- Cap 18" by 6-l/.". complete: Petitioners' Attorney, whose Plaintiffs attorneys, Fagan Owners. the pre-release orientation -
property; to be affected by the of address Is P.O.Box 340,Starke, Crouch, Anderson I Folds, Dated this 24th day of May, program.
Clerk Circuit Court Florida for approval
Issuance by the State Board ty. and for with wood cushion block and Florida, 32091 on or before t the 212 S.E. First Street P.O. Box A.D. 1971 at Starke. Bradford This latter program allows
final returns an 5/27
Leon FloridaBy )
of Education of Florida, a body Jane G. Saute, D.C.CERTIFICATE. Order of Distribution and for band and rope slings with hooks. 12th day of July 1971 and file 1307, Gainesville Florida, and County Florida. 4t 6/17 inmates to work at Jobs duringthe

corporate of the State of Florida final discharge as Executor of One 0)) only Figure number the original with the Clerk of file the original Answer or s7:NVICEMFNNavy day in near communities,
pursuant to Section 9 (d) C. Plechow- 2 hanging leaders with one this Court either before ser- pleading in the office of the returning to the prison night
the Will of Mary
of Article xn of the Constitution 20' top section, 1 12' bottom vice on Petitioners' attorneyor Clerk of the above Court on Petty Officer Second

: of Florida of$7,155,000 It Is hereby certified that a sM.Dated deceased this 17th day of May section, 1 boom attachment Immediately thereafter; or before June 30th, 1971. If Class Roy I'. Hundley, son of
State School Bonds, Issued for copy of the foregoing Order drop hammer, and top plates otherwise a default will be entered you fall to do so, Judgmentby Mr. and Mrs. Glenn K. Hund *

and on behalf of the School to which Is attached a copy 1971. for American Crane. Model against you for the relief Default will be taken againstyou Icy of Italford, has graduatedfrom Comic book will
Boards of the School Districtsof 395: B.C. Crawler Dragline. relief demandedin the Electronic Counter encourage
of the Complaint referred to demanded In the Petition. for the !
E. Warner Jr. people to avoid
Chauncy U young drug
the Counties of Bradford Prices quoted shall be FOB, WITNESS Measures Maintenance Courseat
therein, has been furnished to Executor of the Estate of MaryC. my hand and the the Complaint addiction. The next problem
Collier Duval, Gadsden, Hills- the State Attorneys for the Plechowskl. deceased. Starke, Florida. seal of said Court at Starke, the Naval Air Maintenance l II (kicking the comic book
borough Indian River, Lake, Second Fourth Fifth, Sixth, State Delivery date and attach Florida this 21st day of May, DATED this 20th day of May, Training Detachment 1014, Naval habit.

Lee, Leon, Nassau, Plnellas, Eighth, Twelfth, Thirteenth 5/20 4t 6/10 manufacturers current 1971. A.U., 1971.GILBERT. Air Station, Oceana, Vir-
Sarasota Seminole,Florida, Eighteenth, Nineteenth and specifications supporting bid GILBERT S. BROWN, As S. BROWN ginia Beach, Va.
hereinafter more particularly Twentieth Judicial Circuits of Equipment shall be painted) Clerk of Said Court Clerk of the Above Entitled

described or to be affected In the State of Florida, by mall IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Bradford County Road Depart Court

any way thereby: this 17th day of May A.D. 1971. FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL ment's Standard Color O- By Beulah M. Moody BY: Betty Edwards AMEAIcAirUPHOLSTERY
The State of Florida, throughthe CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- maha Orange. Deputy Clerk. Deputy Clerk

State Attorneys for the Sec- ARNOLD L. GREENFIELD FORD COUNTY. All bids must be In writingand Fagan, Crouch, Anderson &

ond. Fourth Fifth Sixth, Attorney for Plaintiff CASE NO.Mary delivered by hand or mall :5/27 4t 6/17 Folds

Eighth Twelfth, Thirteenth, Room 627, Larson Building Lee Napier, Plaintiff, to the Board of County Commissioners Attorneys for PlaintiffP.O. ]

Eighteenth, Nineteenth and Tallahassee, Florida 32304 vs. Donald Napier, Defendant. of Bradford County Box 1307Gainesville
Twentieth Judicial Circuits of NOTICE OF SVIT Florida at the Court House NOTICE: I will not be respon- Florida

Florida and the several 528'3t 6/10 To Donald Napier. 24 South on or before June 7, 1971, at sible for any debts made by

properly citizens Eureka Street Columbus,Ohio. 10 A.M. anyone other than myself. Paul 5/27 4t 6/17 "Let U. Make Your Old Furniture New"
owners, taxpayers
-* .ALI notified that The bidder shall mark Wayne Black. 4tp. 6/17
WOTTCB or) imMUrmNolle : You are hereby clearly Our
and others having or .. Material Or Your,
U h.r *y Iflv.n that an action for divorce has been the sealed envelope, "Bid on --- I
claiming any right, title or Y R.ddl.h 8h..lofl 01 B.-d-
P. > ....
Interest In property to be affected krt! Count .."., under and filed against you and you are Pile Driver." NOTICEI IF WE DON'T HAVE IT KITCHEN AND DINING CHAIRS RECLINERS-
by the Issuance by the by wlrin, of Writ of Ez.c.BtrId required to serve a copy 01Jour The Board of County Commissioners we'll let It for .you. Office I

State Board of Education of Bx.cctlon!:Wlt ( limed oul of "mall written defenses It any, reserves the right Sopplle. Furniture Equip. I ll ROCKERS LOUNGE CHAIRS SOFAS
It Elzle S. Sanders Attorney to reject and all bide will not be responsible for
to on
Florida tdto'I final any Bradford Coun&7'l'elerr.ph. &
a body corporate: of Florld.rpn. .. debts Incurred by anyone ment. -
for Plaintiff: whose address any For Free Estimate Call 964-8427
the State of Florida, of $7- romoany jji.tm.nt. for anil Town annlnH "Inana.'BldneyI'I Is 138 West Call Street 5/20 2t 5/27 other than myself. -Hattle E. .
155,000 State School Bonds
f I.' Jr. and F5400:: Orlfria Starke Florida, and file the Simpson. 5274t- 6/17
hereinafter more particularly: In tb amount of to tog.th.r < -
\ with the Clerk of the
of coUeCUon.H..wNnl
described or to be affected In with COM
'In myC.
and ha" above-styled Court on or before -
any way thereby, are hereby lbd following I-
June 21 1971 otherwisea
:r. ;
required to before the
appear Ieeb Chtvrolat rpaok Upltt Judgment may be entered
Circuit Court of Leon County
Truck against for the relief demanded STARKE'SLOWEST
you ,
Florida, In the Second JudIcial Light' TeI\ow
In the Complaint.
r )
Circuit of said State, :ThtlNNo.{ r'01un: WITNESS my, hand and the
at the Courthouse In Tallahassee I. D. oNo. at In A 115111Al
seal of said Court on this 17th
Florida on the 25th day thn nropertr of Ihn.boveN
day of May, 1971.
of June, 1971, at eleven o'clock dayho 14th eainf. Jon at FOODPRICES

A.M., and show cause why the twelve o'clock .noon 01 en. lhn_Id Brad.day GILBERT S. BROWNAs
prayers of the Complaint filed a the County Jail I will offef Clerk of Said Court !
In the above proceedings should for mlo and Hell tc, the bl"helt, .
(1\a aboy "
not be granted and the$7,155,000 bidder for'. ea.h ,in", hand...t,. 01 ...14 BY Betty Edwards"t' ? 320 S. WALNUT ST.

State School Bonds therein described ..'.fl4"rtu. matl afy the. Deputy ". r r
and the proceedings rald F.ncull.m.p.: 'neddlah. Sh.Hff. Clark| / SUPERMARKETS

heretofore had authorizing the Bradford' P' Ceuat" .Florid)1e 5/20 4t 6/10"; ,
Issuance thereof, validated and
confirmed said State School
Bonds consisting of the following WOTIl'H' or.0"' TO ONUS HITS OOOO THRU WIDNISDAV, JUNI 2, 1971. QUANTITY MIOHTS RCSf RVED.
described Issues of bonds, SVMOIHTKR: FICTITIOIS: NAMSINolle
all dated March 1, 1971 or June Notice Is hereby given that I la hray ilvaa taatvtalona
sealed bids will be receivedIn tit.. .. the _
1, 1971 all bearing Interest at t Cheater. $0'I1 Lava ;
the maximum legal '* .Florida. Acta tit lltl willSaWr HAM MIATV
not exceeding Manager
the office of Business -
with U o Clerk oft** MISH FORKBUTTS r
rate of Interest' at Florida State Prison up Coutt. In and far Brad
the time of the sale thereof, to and not later than 10:00 ford County. Florida, oea 2'
proof TUila
of publication N
aotio -
and all maturing in annual installments A.M., Friday, June 4, 1971 of th. 11 Irtftkm. nm. of
on March 1 or June for approximately 50,000 Ibs. FASHION FABMO. under wk- Ilnad
toil 1 _
am IftI. In
1 of the years 1974 to 1992 Clippings, mixed from Gar- 114 w.. Call lit.. '
inclusive, said State School ment Factory Cutting Room. ord County. 101181"-1
Bonds being Issued by the State Clippings offered where and I!: / rKr'X mir o tow mat i mro.r tow men i miitn itwman v mirur tow mm i mtrmif w men*nnrui uw men l mirwr itw ma i v mtnur uw mat
Boa 111, L4v* Omk. Fla., owWr,.
Board!! of the School DistrictsIn as Is SUBJECT TO YOUR IN- ltli Car d Ma*
belowIn 4.D"mrit '...', aradJae. "***'* KRAFT FRESH
.c. .."", tnar/dA. PICKLED
amounts and Series as follows Bids to be on form secured ,-u di 1./ CUMPEACHES< BAR-B-Q BEETS rat MILK
: from Business Manager GELATINS TISSUE SpACMITTt

Florida State Prison P.O. Box HOTICFI! o: wlof ft

221, Ralford. Florida. MEOMTBn rtTrnooeNAND!! )

IK h rer thai
5/20 2t 527waTlcs fh'otlee.: nnderennril. under tM
]> ot'Florida.CAa IJIIILawe

County Amount Series will rrrlat.r I with: the c'1\
the Circuit. O>urt.l end ftBreAforit (CHUCK (GROUND SLICED 1/4
P roiint. 1"Ic>r11., wfon
Gadsden C BIDS rtnbllratlnn of this'
$450,000 1 .Mlv.d' proof of PORK LOINCHOPS
> r
$ .I.d blli>> V" 00' th. flrtltloae .ama
Indian River C .. Iu..e notice
$175,000 than
to and not Eletrt Oorm ajir.nfJcr .
p if J H LEAN
of tile
Bradford $100,000 D In the office Florida which I am *.oaaa.da; ROAST BEEF
Bo.lttie. .
I4aoa r.
Hlwer lot South. FRESH
Lake D bnelnce at
$750,000 BtVt., Prlaon. for the .1 a'
D !PIn. Timber P. O. Boa .... H.mouxu ria.
Nassau PuID..s..4
$475,000 Pino ...... .keele.. The lieU.John.
a lump P.O' son
on Z.1l.

Seminole Collier Sarasota $700,000$275,000$650,000 E G D offering iilrkled proxlmatelr' 1 / ta Into eomprleed 410 two' acne ft) of.rn to. U-.be a. A.lie,Dead D.H..n"t..o."y H.this.Vase.t..-tT.iriSrinHl.di-iV-1?;' .. -,-, inirnrIIHUIUI 6310O c ilwrlrrlr frtlnlr' sLB 3TO 59/r'h' L 2 LB WRY OAf 59 C

Lee $180,000 I out Tneee turpentine a r. .reae n.n11Y end, work areee 4 0011017, """'" 3 /now ftICl/ >
f pound tlrrb.r Harveetlnfle LB PKGS PKGS LB
Duval $600,000 L to bo don* by (j,. eucMaefulbMder
Pinellas $1,500,000 N period within bewlnnlnir.ltiUn Jot Jll') IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
lUllsborough $800,000 Q p.e mh.r' 11. I" FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL
ltl"IU.bo d bo aenled ;, r"- CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD '
/ }
and, IT IS FURTHER ORDEREDthat BId turned tor.In lamb en .nr.lou...m Pin.marked Timber COUNTY. ( % TEA GIANT llmYDAf' Pantry SIAUD IN UOHIM

Hal to b* oo.ned 1e:0e Betty Marie Marsh, Plaintiff, Pride .0. ,.UHNUSI
this Order be publishedonce m .Jon 4. UU" and return, INSTANT
tlm for' the vs. Richard Dean Marsh, De-
.A ufficl nl
each week for three con- In
.. .....
bid _.nIDIf tot Jim Ch fendant. TIDELAUNDRY I
secutive weeks In a newspaper Buelneea If....... Florida NOTICE OF ACTION
published In each of the Coun- Stele. PHaon. P O. Boa til.Ralford. NESTEA COFFEEmfmus
l. Florid. UOU, To: Richard Dean Marsh,residence -.--
ties of Bradford, Collier,Duval, I-I tit .? and address unknown. DETERGENT

Gadsden, Hillsborough, Indian You are notified that an action -
River, Lake, Lee, Leon, Nas- tor divorce has been flied 3oz &
nrlrllr "
I I against you and you are required 1''t11' 95 '1JJ it 77' { If/lr lf LB 59if

tot serve a copy of your' BAG
written def nse.. If ally to It ONLY

on A.Z. AdMns, Jr., Plalntursattorney .,,,,..,,......'..,,,
THAT'SA whose address Is 111

S.W. Third Street Gainesville

Florida, on or before June 21st, VAPOR EnE :l j irrnu,, "
1971. and flle the original with ( }''e\1\ I
the Clerk of Oils court either INSECT SSTRIP/ KINGBONUS [l!//if>wjj I J FANCY COIDIN RIPE

before service on Plaintiffs -

GOOD will thereafter be attorney entered; otherwise or against Immediately a you default for ; I LAUNDRY DETERGENT [4 BANANAS j jj

.tie relief. demanded la die Com

QUESTION plaint.my seal. of this court hand on May and Hin.ItTl. tile.. ( 3.7ozRRiCin 99 j 1.24\ IB | 0tISH <


Clerk of the Circuit Court LIQUID DETERGENT 32oz ( TIUOW

JH '.off:::, P.R. N -,.._r
By Beulah M. Moody IVORYPOWDER 68 L.6

Deputy Clerk :' '; ':: ''' '' G<<
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atth 1/20 4t 6/10 TABLETS 46ozSALVO CABBAGE S u 7

Who's to blame for litter, ? Is company that packages the HUM uoaGt JUICY C ll'OONIALEMONS '

food we eat or beverages we drink? Is it the people who print 674 '"
the paper we read? My Neighbors

Let's face it. People make litter. Not packages, not containers

-thoughtless people acting one at a time. And it's not goingto i

stop until we all take steps. Y

That's where the members of the United States Brewers 1I 'f

Association and their suppliers come in. We're working at the D 5 k &

local and national levels to create greater public awareness.

To attack apathy. To focus public attention on this problem.To .

help Keep America Beautiful.

There is no simple answer But once we understand the fvc ro4ir iow mci i fvitrixr tow mtii WHOM tow ftirrr IV TBJV uw mtiimmnttt iv nut11 IVIIIHT itw mci> tnnui mm HKIi mirtir uw men
problem and tackle it together, we can begin to solve this litter

problem. We can help you take active steps in your community. RIGHT k>HOTIIM 21SHAMPOO
detaXs. CREAM WHIP TiriON II2'lI
Write us for FRENCH

"I don't care what your
Box 273, Winter Park Florida 32789:
silly stick says. When I order 2.99I

Size 4-1 WANT Size 4"!

P..... |" Teleirranh May 27. 19 I

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DIMENSION Marvin H. Johnson i1 .t

hoe fclM, MMWf Marvin II. Johnson, 59, of
Inl CklMM Ctol
Starhe. died Friday May 21,
In a Gainesville hospital after
_.. _
a sudden Illness. He was born .'
'Lead Us Not Into Temptation guard our actions that they In Starke on August 12, 1911 ::;
may not be sinful or even seem and had lived here all of his CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS. CHURCH OF GOD FIRST JORDAN MISSIONARY CHURCH OF CHRIST :
The great and Important duty to be so. It Is true that the life Me was a retired farmer CHURCH 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Sunday PRESBYTERIAN School 9:45 BAPTIST MISSION Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.ml| "
of every Christian Is to guard devil Is constantly tempting and a Baptist. Sunday School tItS a.m. Sunday School l. 10 a.m. Morn- Morning Worship lla.m.: Youth a.m. U.S. 301 North, behind Tutee Morning Worship and Communion "
people that might fall Into Surviving are his wife Mary Morning Worship 11 Youth Evening
one ajn.
against all appearance of evil; Ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Fellowship 8 p.m.Choir Practice Fret' Drive In. Sunday: Service ajn.
to watch against the first rising his snare and become his Johnson of Starke; one daughter Service 6:00: p.m.Evening Worship Evening 7 pjn. Youth Night. Wednesday 8 p.m. School 10 ajn. Worship Service Worship. service, 6.
of evil In the heart and lave. Mrs. Gertrude Braden 7 p.m.Thursday. Wednesday 7:30: p.m., Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch II arm and 7 p.m. Prayer Wednesday Worship service)
The Tempter Is Satan, the Jacksonville; one son, MarvinE. night Prayer Meet Meeting Friday 7:30: p.m. Service 7:30 p.m..Wednes- 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell :
prince of the power of the Johnson, Starke; three brothers 7:30: p.m. __Rev. Y.W. Kldd, pastor.
air he that now rules In the Anthony R. Johnson and Ivy Luke Pastor CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day.Leroy Olive, pastor E.L. HAMPTON CHKlallAiyCHURCH '
children of disobedience Ephesians Lloyd Johnson, both of Starke
Grim*, associate pastor.
and Carl Johnson,Jacksonville SMYRNA MISSIONARYBAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
2:2): He Is God's enemy ;
10 Xnu Morn-
and hater of the truth. It was five sisters Mrs. Volley Starling CHURCH WNCSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Worship H. Training Union, -Sunday School
for no other reason that he and Mrs Violet Underhill!, 833 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Sunday School 9:30: ; Training 830.: Evening Worship, 730.: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening ..
slandered God In the Gardenof both of Starke; Mrs. Bernice : Sunday School 10 a.m. Union 10:15: ajm.; Morning Worship LeRoy Dalrymple Pastor BROOKER Worship -James Shaw pas:

,tt"e e Eden and for no other rea- Bellinger Denver Colo.; and Preaching 11 a.m. Training Unsay 11 a.m.1; Evening_ Worship' Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- tor.
son did he say to Eve "You Mrs. Amy Wllmott, and Mrs. 5:45: p.m. Evening Wor- 7:30: p.m.i; Prayer Meeting 7:30: BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ship Services 11 a.m. and 7
ll llI shall not surely die" (Gene- Nettle Simpson, both of Jack- ship, 7 p.m.Everyone welcome. Wednesday. Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morn- p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
sis 3:4). ; -Wilbur Dy..., pastor.: Pastor Rev. Robert West UK Worship. 11 a.m.; Evening: Rev. Lacy Conway, Pastor. BROOKER. FLA.
It might be well to mention dren. Worship 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday -
that the tempter Is full of malice Funeral services were held .CHURCH OF GOD Meeting, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol
I I, envy and revenge;for what at 11 a. m. Tuesday In Jones OF PROPHECY BROOKER NEW RIVER BAPTIST -Rev. J.C. Saunders pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor- Superintendent.Training
else could Induce him to bother Memorial Chapel. Intermentwas Sunday School 10 a.m. Mom- Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn- ning Worship, II a.m. and 7 nlon. 6:45: P.m. Lowell Douglas
with an Innocent man In Eden? In the family plot In Elzey lag Worship 11 1 ajm. YPeopla's Ing Worship II l a.m. Training MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Director. Worship Services 11ajn.
The person that 'tempts you Chapel Cemetery In Union Service 8 p.m. Union 7 p.m.Evening Wor- Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday p.m.Rev.. John Rose pastor. .. 7:30. Lavem Outlaw,music
( Is remarkable for his subtll- County; with DeWitt C. Jones Evangelistic Service 7 p.m. ship 8 pjn Wednesday Night School, 11 a.m. Morning Wor- director.
t ty; ; his cunning ways to betrayone Funeral Home In charge of Wednesday Prayer Meeting. service welcome.L.L. 7:30: p.m. Everyone ship 6 p.m. Training Union EVERGREEN BAPTIST
or catch one by guile. arrangements 7:30 pjn. Come and worship 7 p.m. Evening Worship. Northwest of HEILBRONN BAPTIST
Highway 125:
Why he tempts you Is the with us. Parker pastor Wednesday -7:30: Prayer Services School 10 CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
Lawtey. Sunday ,
thing I wish to tell you. It -Rev. Bobby Harris paste: 11:15. Sun-a.m. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.
Is out. of envy to you and to Jack Wiley PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper Pastor Morning Worship Service, 7:30: Morning Worship II. Training
day : p.m.
the Lord Jesus Christ. If he GREATER BETHLEHEM 10
Sunday School a.m. Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Service
Prayer Meeting
can Keep you from having faithIn Jack Wiley 58, of Starke. FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a.m. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 Wednesday Rev. Albert Knight, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
Christ, he knows he has died Thursday May 20,In Brad Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sunday Services (Booster Band. Young Sunday School 9:45: ajn.j; : p.m.. Service. 7:30.:
you safe enough. The more ford County; Hospital after a School U 9:30: Morning People and Prayer Service), 6 Morning Worship 11 a.m.EvenIng pastor.LAURA -Rev. L, Tommy Hone
Freddie Dinkins temptations that you are WIder sudden Illness. lie was a native ; League, 4mtNlghtservice, p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Worship 7p.m.Wed.; Prayer pastor
Ute more you are dis- and lifelong resident of Starke. 8 p.m. -- Rev. Jasper Williams Midweek Service. Wednesday. Meeting and Bible Study 7 BAPTIST CHURCH
Licensed as turbed In your minds; and the Surviving Is an aunt, Mrs. pastor: 7:30 p.m. Rev.John Strickland p.m. Study on Book of Psalms Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.;.
Funeral DirectorFreddie more unsettled your thoughts Lottie Wiley of Starke. Pastor. G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone Worship IlamEven.
and. affections are, the more Funeral services were held FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome. ing Worship, 7:30: p.m. Mid- LATTER DAY SAINTS
apt you are to conclude that at 4 p.m. Monday in Jones STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH week Bible Study, Wednesday 1404 E. Bessent Road
J. Dinkins. son of Christ will not receive you. Memorial Chapel with Rev. Sunday School. 9:45: ; Morning (Highway 100 at Theressa) 7:30: p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: ..
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Din- Let me beseech you to go Richard Moody officiating. Interment Worship 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School- ajn. Morn- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Be In church Sunday. m. Sunday Sciw: 1,10 a.m. Sacraineni. -

kins of Starke has receivedhis to Christ In Prayer and toll was In Hope Cemetery. MYF groups. 6 p.m. Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training Sunday Service:Sunday School Frank Jarvis pastor 6 p.m.
funeral directors license Him how you are assaultedby Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Union 6:30: p.m. ; Even- 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, Monday Mia 7:30 pjn.
after passing the examination Satan. lie will give you Friends of LibraryTo 7 pjn. Prayer Meeting. Ing Worship 7:15: p.m. 10:45: a.m. Evening Service 7:15 Tuesday Primary 4:30: pjn.
given by the State Board of strength to resist the fiery 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Night PrayerServices Youth Group Meeting Sun- ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC Wednesday Relief Society;
Funeral Directors and Em- darts. Christ knows what It Meet May 27 745.: 7:30: pjn. Rev. Merle p.m.6:30 CIIURCH.MACCLENNY 7:30: p.m.
day p.m.
balmers in Jacksonville on May Is to be tempted and He will -DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. Ptckham, pastor. -J.C. Brown minister Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy President.Jesse D. Branson. Branch

II.Mr. give you the strength you need. Mrs. T.A. Yawn Jr., Pres- Jay Mass 5:30 pjn.
started his train-
lie has been the protector and ident of the Bradford COWIb'Friends LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL.
Ing as an apprentice embalmer is still so. Let one keep look ,
of the Library announces HOLINESS CHURCH --- :------------- -- -- ---'
In Tampa In 1963 and was Ing unto Jesus. I ---------a
the meeting will
Sunday School 0:45: son.
also employed as an appren- ;
lice In Avon Park before entering be held on Thursday May 27, Horning Worship II a.m. Youth
-J.C. Brown Jr.
at 8 p.m. at the Bradford County Service 8 pjn.; Evening Worship -
the Kentucky School of
First Christian hurch
Mortuary 1969. Science In March t; Public Interested Library.All .persons are 7 p.m.Tueaday.Prayer Meeting 7:30: PARROTS DO TALK P j 1so

Invited to attend. p.m. I e. 1
After graduating from high Julia A. RhodenMrs.
school Mr. DInklna served -Rev. W.B. Chauncey pastor.: II

three years In the U.S. Army NORTHSIDE BAPTIST
Military Police Corps and Is Julia Alberta Rhoden, Rhoden both of Lake Butler; CHURCH I f
68, of Route 1 1. Starke, died
a former employee of the Flo-
also 16 grandchildren and three Sunday Morning Worship
rida Division of Correctionsand Monday morning In a Starke greatgrandchildren.Funeral 9:45 DOES A RECORD PLAYER
hospital after a sudden Illness. : ; Sunday School 11. Sunday --
the Florida Highway Pa- ,
services held
were Evening Worship 6 p.m.TrainIng -
She was a native of Union County -
trol. He Is a former residentof
at 3 p.m. Wednesday In the Union, 7:30.Thursday : Our Nation faces serious threat of
Starke for
l.awtey and Is married to t; and had lived In t a
Taylor New Congregational Me- Teachers and Officers '
the former Anna Marie Ziegler the past 30 years. She was a thodist church with Rev. FrankA. Meeting 6:30.: Prayer ;/ communism Just off our shores I
member of the Pleasant Hope Yr
of Avon Park. New Congregational Methodist Stevens officiating assisted Meeting 7:30.Edward: I At the came time within our nation ,

school While Mr.attending Dinkins the maintainedan Kentucky church at Starke where her S.Z.by Rev.Brantley Coy Taylor and Rev. C. Harvey pastor.: = s they are seeking to undermine our faith in I

A average In embalming husband Rev. Schlley Rhoden, Interment was Taylor cem- PINEHILk God. There are many sayings;! and
Is .
with 13averall'e pastor .
graduated an T Is etery.. Funeral arrangements METHODIST CHURCH __ eepreseiona going around In our country 0'/ ""
Besides her'.husband she f
and he also holds a ..
were under the direction of
certificate from the Conference survived by three daughters. John M. Brinkley Mortician ,,1 l Sunday-school 10 son. MornIng that are communist inspired. I IIn
Lee Hamilton, Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser-
Mrs. Virginia
of funeral Service Examining:
order these
Macclenny. 'pai'toting"
vice 8 ,
Boards of the U.S.. Inc., which of Everglade City; Mrs. Lil- p.m. Evening Worship
Is accepted In 28 states. lian V. Robinson and Mrs. Jua- 7:30: pjn. I .a'lnKP, that wer.ken our nation .
Mr. Nand Mrs. Dinkins are nita Scott, both of Starke; three GRACE BAPTIST Rev. Neal Starling pastor attend church legulaily" and( study
sons. Raymond II, Rhoden, CHURCH STARKE .
residing In St. Petersburg God'sord so that the truth is I
where Mr. Dinkins has been Starke; Thomas Harley Rhoden Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning -
employed for the past yearas Columbia S.C.; and Schlley Edwin Worship at 11. Training AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH mote easily lecofrnlzed. J' .
a licensed embalmer and l I'lioden'+ of Naples; two brothers Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng -, .
apprentice funeral director with Brady Dukes, Jackson- 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer Worship 11 ajn.i; Evening .
C.E.: I'rcvatt Funeral Homes ville, and William Dukes Meeting, 7:30.: --Rev. Leon T, Worship 7 pjn.j; Wed. Prayer ,
Plnellas Park Chapel. Starke; two sisters Mrs. Ma- Odom. Jr., pastor: Meeting and Bible Study, I t
bin Moody, and Mrs. Lomle '7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- '.
t:-" every Monday 7 p.m. .
&F. Prevatt, pastor Everyone .. !

Give electric gifts. ; Welcome. .,Put on the H'hole armour "".,?' .

ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC t of God, that i/r man he .

CHURCH, STARKE nhlt to land apain.the
Father James Cregan, pastor. -_ wineq of the devil" I II II
may Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday ,
Mass, 10 ajn. Holy Day Mass, .

sun fTlOfl U25 f Sd 7 p.m Confessions -- Saturday 6 I

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Grade School -- Sunday II I (
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CHURCH, STARKE Mmull. ., m4 kh .hmrff ttimt Hnl', ........, mil H" >....101 sIAIs. ,..
"' Sunday School. 9:45: ajn. I area In Ik*(Wnk kMMU H lid .H.. asp. rtxrt MM II Hi, "Mtk,w4 int.,. .It..* -',;, ,, c ,
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Opportunities for Service: q ,,(j EST Kill Edunrris Ph. 961.7231
Sunday Sunday School. 9.45: : ; 4
Morning Worship at 11, sermon, + ? Tine Truing .
Practical "A Mountain Top Exper- ':) OMTROLa '
preferred appreciated :::" "
ience"; Church Training 6:15; Headlight Adjusting
Evening Worship, 7:30: sermon: osu***' to. *
"What God Is to a Believer." Brake Service "

June Monday Youth Choir 7 p.m. Carl Hunt Phone 964-6111 Wheel 1 I Balance and
Tuesday -WMS Council Meet-
sun man Ing. 10:30: a.m.; Program 11:15: 339: E. Call St. Sturke, Kla. Alignment
a.m.; Covered Dish Luncheon 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE
12 noon'; Business Meeting 12.30:: Phone 961-5745 for FREE PROMPT UOAU SERVICE .
p.m.; Junior Choir 3:30 p.m.; Illway 301 and 100 :.
1 2 4 5e. and Estlmatea
Girls In Action : Inspections AU Minor Repairs
Wednesday -Family Night !10. S. Temple& Starke '
617 N. Temple .be. Starke /
Supper 8
p.m.; Prayer Meeting "
R.A., Acteen Meeting 6:30: ..
7 8 ; an d Officers t'
e. Meeting
7:15: pjn.; Church STARKE BUILDERS BRADFORD ':
Choir Practice 8:15: p.m. EDWARDSGrocery

13 14 15 1618 19 THURSDAYChurchwide W.A.llogan, 7 p.m., pastor. visitation SUPPLIES Inc. and Market ABSTRACT' CO. t tl

MADISON STREET Featuring Ace Hardware Groceries Meats Feed l Heller Service For Your.

BAPTIST CHURCH Complete Paint Suppliesand GAS AND OIL Till Problems.: .y
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Sunday Sunday School 9t5j; Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. Abstract.
Morning Worship at II; TrainIng S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance!' :
Union, 6:15: ; WMU Prayer -Chck With U. Flrat"
Circle 7:15: ; Evening Worship PHONE 964-5312 I5S W. Call Ph. 9846SMCLAY f
7:30.: 21fl Washington St. 4-5270 .
Monday Youth Choir Practice R
7 p.m.Tuesday .

And they're never out-dated. 9:30: ajn. Mission Praver friends Croun. ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc. \. !I

Girls In Action, Acteen, 3:30: Ow.... By Thus W* Sens In twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members>> Live" ) (letter '

i=P l) p.m.Wednesday Prayer Meeting, KWctrlcanv": -Keyetone Heights-Phoas. 473-4911 i
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By.GLORIA REDFEARN Jay Ellis, Jr. dale and Steve Heptinstall> ;Nor
News Notes 1 man Wilcox Mark Jordan, Paul
Pl. ,. Call
a 473-3288
473-4182 Lelno Listen
o 7 The Varsity All Sports Plckren Mike
J7 By Helen Egan L.J. '. Awards Banquet was held Fri- Schultz Mike Wrinkle, Rodney

LITTLE LEAGUE '" this Mlngledorff. daughter of day night. May 21, at the Key- Mooneyham, John Coffman,
The sixth week of play saw Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Mlngle EASTERN STAR James Cook. Chairman, whowere stone Heights Woman's Club, Bobby !Humer.

[ the race tighten up among the dorff. Cynthia appeared In ballet The chapter business meeting .- honored as having won I ... .. .. with Charles Heptinstall serving Girls Basketball, Coach Don-
fslx teams in the Little League. numbers. She has also been was held on May 18 at 8 the attendance contest for the as master of ceremoniesand na Newlon. Captains, Kern Bon-
Gus and Mitch/ American Legion studying: Jazz and to a mem- o'clock with Worthy Matron second year.Mrs.Charles Wal- Coach Hoy Bay less deliver ner and Debbie Bleasdale; Gall
| banded McKay Its second ber of the Junior Company of Matte Lee Klngsbury and Wor- lenlua, past President of the Winners Named in REA ing the principal speech. Wolfe Turner Christy Newman Ken-
| loss. Last Sunday In the the Gainesville Civic Ballet. thy Patron Floyd Koons officiating Church Women and also past The coaches reviewed the dall Connie Margraves,
|replay of a rained out game Chairman of the Nightingales Youth Tour Beth Jackson, Susan Baker,Stephanie
of various
Several couples attended the due to Illness of several fn_ Washington highlights the sports
for Gus and Mitch Circle specially honored n Bannister, Jeanlne Wilcox -
{Clay Cole Lions Club Convention held last members attendance waa was seasons and prospects for the
I American Legion pKchedaper- but as she hal lived out of town Lisa Lorraine Warren of E.T. Martin 1971-72 Sandy Cook, Brenda
weekend at the "Four Ambas- smaller the work of the officers according to ,gen upcoming: season.
feet No Hit game against Kim sadors" Hotel Miami.Among as usual, well done.The for the past year or so. Mrs Palatka. Bill Copeland of Ala eral manager of the co-op. Silver trophies were presented Shaughnessy. Carlyn Jordan,
I Shell. The only base runner, those attending and enjoying birthday box received a mone- Ingrahm offered the blessing.( chua Tresha Turner of Hawthorne They will Jet to Washington to the following players: Terri Bennett, Sam Brokas.
{who reached on a walk, was the festivities were: Mr. and tary donation, as everyone sang Each long table was decora- and Roberta Steurer- on June 13 and Join with 1,000 Football: Best Team Spirit, Golf Team Coach Lyndle KIr-
1 later thrown out.The final score Mrs. Joe Wildt Mr. and Mrs. Happy Birthday to newly elected ted with a center line of maiden leln of Putnam Hall were win- other winners from across the Steve Thrift; Most Improved tley. Jim Leukel, Bret Cole,
was 40. W. Huntley Redfearn Jr. Mr. Hussey P.M. hair fern, intermingled with ners of the all-expense paid nation for the week-long tour Player, Jack Funderburke; Best Robin Henderson, Larry Turk-
I Team standings (won-lost>> and Mrs. George Massa, Mr. Past Matron Schorederandher lilies of variegated reds, yellows Rural Electric Youth Tour Trip of the nation's call1 lI. Backfield Player, Butch Bleas- nett, Jack Johnson, Bobby Gray-
I Gus tit Mitch/American Legion, and Mrs. Charles McGlave.Mr. husband had already movedto and brown. This was a to Washington D.C. in a recent Pictured above with T.L. dale; Best Lineman Alvin Cou- son, (Bobby Hayes, George

4-2; Banner Food, 3-2; Keystone and Mrs. Leonard Jones and Hobe Sound, and she waa large attendance, perhaps a record contest sponsored by Clay Drake president of Clay Electrle'e ey; Most Valuable Player, Ricky Richardson.
Girls Golf Team
| Jewelers l 3-2; McKay Mr. and Mrs. Steve Shackle- surely missed. Bea, a Past In that about 80 memberswere Electric Cooperative, Inc. Board of Trustees are Parades (posthumous award). Mrs. Jack-
(Realty, 3-2; Keystone Bank ford. Deputy Matron In her chapter present. A newcomer to The four winners were selected (from letOPictured Basketball: Best Hustler, son coach. Carolyn Jordan

3-3; Kim Shell, 05. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Klein when she lived on Long Island, the church was introduced Mrs from eight finalists at the above, from left, Butch Bleasdale; Most Valuable Chris Brokas, Karen Moore,
Kim Shell and McKay, and were recent weekend guests of N.Y. was Instrumental In the Ruth Hines of Lake Drive. recent oral quiz portion of the are: Copeland, Warren, T.L. Player, Butch Bleasdale; Most Nancy Cheerleaders White, Andy Donna Turknett.
I the Jewelers and Banner games Col. and Mrs James Chess- organization of the Keystone Following the luncheon President contest. They were Judged on the Drake, president of the Clay Improved Norman Wilcox. Corill, Weimer Newlon
1 were postponed because rain. Ington. Chapter, In November 1959.She Wyman greeted all members balls of combined score of Electric Board of Trustees, Girls Basketball: Most Val- sponsor.Farris Susan Barbara

I Mr. and Mrs. Axel Malm- continued to serve as Secre- and visitors, and the program written essay and oral quiz Steuerletn, and Turner. uable Player Debbie Bleasdale. Following, the presentations Baker.

GOLF COURSE grin have sold their home on tary until her resignation last for the coming yeas was Coach Bayless presented to the Indians presented tokensof ,
Congratulations to Bob Hayes, Lake Geneva The Classof the Parades family !Ktcky's! letter .
and will soon be month. Members on the sick: announced. Couples appreciation to each of the
I the new Men' Club Champion. making their home In Nashville list were Mrs. Hazel McKay, the Sunday School will hold Blue Team Wins trophy, and blue game jer- coaches in recognition of the
The Championship Tournament Tennessee The Malm- who at this reporting Is slow. a Patio Sale In mid June and sey. Ills white Jersey and a excellent guidance and friend-
I was played on May 15 and 16 gren's will be missed by their ly Improving after two major contributions will be appreciated. Shut-Out plaque of remembrance will ship displayed during the
I followed by a covered dish dinner many friends In Keystone surgeries. William Reed, hus- VictoryBy be placed In the school's sports past
I and the awarding of prls- Mr. and Mrs. Al Watson have band of member Ruby Reed 'The new appointed Chair- Sports Trophy Cabinet. year.
Jay Ellis Jr. on Its own 12-yard line.
I es. Charlie Head was runner- of the age Varsity letters and Awards
enjoyed a short visit to Pine underwent surgery at the veterans .- man and co-chairman A blocked the Blues ;
I up In the Championship Flight. Circles follows The punt by of Merit were presented to the
Mountain Georgia. Hospital last week. Mrs. are as :
The Keystone Heights Indians them the ball on the White's
Other winners were: First Bertha Ward, P.M. has been Nightingales Circle was disbanded gave following members of the football -
football team held their annual three yard line.Sheffield crashed -
Flight Mel Taylor, runner- ROTARY CLUB undergoing a series of tests and members assigned! basketball golf girls basketball
up Don Shackleford. Second The of the four Spring Practice game Thursday through the White line on girls golf team, and
to afternoon
i Keystone Heights Rotar- Winton Keeth, P.P. and now one KEYSTONE
the first for the
May 20 at Cooper play go-ahead
Flight Winner,Jim Powell, run- lans honored their wives at a Sentinel was missed, as he Circles. Circles are known by to the cheerleaders:
six weeks of touchdown and the two point
climaxing ,
ner-up, Ed O'Donoghue. Ladles Night Poolside Cocktail Injured his foot. His good wife number, as the chairman change Football: Coach Hoy Bayless;
Mrs. Mary Brokas, Junior Party and dinner held at Grace Keeth P.M. and this each year. Circle L Mrs. Roy drills. conversion attempt was good, Captains, Mike Grace and Steve
Golfers Chairman had arranged the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. year's Sunbeam Page was also Turknett, and Mrs. Mike Red- The Blue Team won 8-0 on making the score 8-0. Heptinstall Butch Bleasdale, HEIGHTS
| a Golf Clinic on June 21 and 22 W. Hardenburgh last Friday missed. Grace worked faithfully fearn; ,n. Mrs. Walter Gro- a dive play by Jack Sheffield The game was primarily a AlvIn Couey, Ron Strickland,
In the 4th defensive with neither
beginning at 9 a.m. There will evening. Approximately 60 people to put on the Fashion lick and 'Mrs. Mabel Fralkel; with 11:50 remaining Norman Wilcox Mike Wrinkle.
be nine holes of play each day attended. Show and entertainment on Saturday m, Mrs.Ernest McLean and ouarter. team generating much offense. Ricky Parades, Paul l.elno
for members of the High Schoolboys May 22. Mrs. Lillian Mrs. Ogden; IV, Mrs. John With 14 seconds left in the Both teams exhibited rugged Mike Schultz, Jim Leukel,Steve DIRECTORYS.E.
and girls teams. Refresh- COMMUNITY CHURCH Norwood is stll unhappy with Bird and Mrs. Fred Smith; third quarter, the White Team defenses, which should be a Thrift. Mike Packard. Wesley
| ments will be served and valuable asset to next year'ssquad Brewer. Mike O'Brien, Jack
prizes Worship Services are held those "awful" shingles The Morning Circle's new 4th down and long yard-
bad a .
awarded on the 22nd. The each Sunday at 8:30: and H The June 1 Chapter meetingwill chairman Is Mrs. F.L. Stephens Funderburk, Rick Wheeler, McKAY. REALTOR

1 Junior Club Championship Obeys a.m. Church School Is at 9:40: be an important one at and Mrs. Arthur Ketch. -eaeS e --- ---- -- Liston PIckren, Ricky Davis,
only) will be held on June 28. for all ages. Bible Study Is which time Past Grand Matrons The All Circle Luncheon con- Bryan Stanley, Larry Knepper, Keystone Heights '1*'}-4816
This will be 18 holes medal held each Wednesday eveningat and Patrons will be specially cludes the Executive Board and I Steve Byrd, Jay Ellis, Bobby Appraiia) Service
play. Boys must be 18 years 7:30.: honored. Circle Meetings until September Allen Arraigned : Burner, Jack Sheffield, Tim !
I old or younger to participate.I The Junior High Fellowshiphad unless President Wyman Goetzman Jim Kuykendall The I Beat in LakefronrHome
a swimming and cook- HOMEMAKERS calls special meeting. t Fred Goetzman, Jim McDan-
I party a *, Acreage Rentals!
I LIBRARY NEWS out at the home of Mr. and Due to the membership of the During the summer anyone For Manslaughter iel. Managers: Max Mooney-
New books at our local County Mrs. Ernest McLean on Little Keystone Community; Home- Interested in assisting Mrs. ham, Bruce Harmon, Ronald ASSOCIATESMr
I Library are: Juvenile, The Lake Geneva Sunday afternoon. makers Club attendance beingso Francis Egan in compiling the Packard. .
Queen Always Wanted Dance, Other Hosts were: Mr. and Mrs. low last December, the Club History of the Church Women Eddie L. Allen 32, of Starke office of Public Defender appointed > M.lb. tlg-n 471-4740
I Mayer; Beaver Valley, Ed- Michael Falkel and Mr. and "went Into retirement". There will be appreciated. This hIs- was arraigned in Circuit Courtin to conduct his defense. Basketball Coach Charles Ce.1. Choilngton 47J.4679L

[ monds; Young Readers' Book Mrs. Michael Redfearn. Pastor being a large influx of younger tory was started two seasons Lake Butler Monday on manslaughter Parades, a star player on Newlon. Captains. Butch leas- P., .J.h.Robinson t Cmrr 479-4041 473-4098
j of Bible Stories, Doss; None- and Mrs. Stewart McCord and mothers Into this area, a meetIng .- ago, and a goodly part of same charges connection the Keystone Indians football
I Fiction, A Time To Love, A children, Kell and Peter also was called on May (19 at has been completed. It Is being with an automobile accident that team, was a passenger In a
I Time To Die, Prince Leopold; attended. Youth participating: In the home of Mrs. Mildred Pay- compiled in two sections, one caused the death last Decem- car driven by his brother, Ste-
(R.F.D. Beverly Hills, Glenn the outing were Susan Bedell, ton on Sand Lake. Mrs. Im- a scrapbook of pictures and ber 5 of Ricky Parades, 16- phen Mitchell Parades, whenit
[Ford; Oracles of Nostradamus, Cheryl Rowe, Anita Menzen, ogne Rlttenburge, County Agent news print and another a running year-old Keystone Heights High collided head-on with a car
(Ward, The Stranger Inside You, Shelly Fufflnl, Janet Downey, attended and a dIscussion report of the secretary's Schoolltudent. driven by Allen. The accident GAINESVILLE
{Stein. Fiction Revolt In April, Patti Relghard.. Lori and Terri 'wa. held In regard to reviving minutes. A second count charged that occurred on SR-100 about two
!Mercer; Harrigan, Brand; Pen- Tomllnson Cindy! Turknett, the Club, or dividingthe Allen was Intoxicated at the miles west of Lake Butler.
marric. Howatch: Doctor In Pam Ogden, June Redfearn, club into Senior1 and Jim-. PERSONALSA time of the accident. The' boys were on a' meat
Judgment SeUTert; Incident At Christine Brokas, Raymond lor Uplta.; This lake area of happy 87th birthday was en- Allen pleaded not guilty: to delivery route at the time for Business DirectoryAUTO
*, [Hawk's Hill Eckert;The Dwellllng Farris Jeff Leukel, Randy Mil- Spring, Sand, Smith Lake residents Joyed by Mrs. Louis Kyle last both charges. He was declared their father, Gilbert Parades,
Place, Cookson; The Stone liken, John Mark Eklund, Barry warrant the organization weekend. It was a several days Indigent by the court and the of Lake Geneva.

''Carnation, Hlntze; The Allen, Ilgen, David McLean, Mike Fal- of a club In that area, celebration, as cards and gifts
j Davie (Science; Fiction; Flowers kel, Mark Barker, and Randy which la near McRae where the arrived early, and a dinner (Lake SiaU Fe) SALES 'GARDEN SUPPLIESI
''I For A Dead Witch (MysB Baker. Club originated.: Mrs. Kitten- party given in Dell's honor at INDIAN BEACH By: Michael II. CWUy
,;,tery) and What To Do Until burg brought out some of the the home of Mr. and Mrs.Stan- Phone 47S-MU BRASINGTONCADILLAC I

!,)The Undertaker Comes, Wells features of the Extension Ser- ley Lacoste on Saturday night. Johnson & Faris
f (Mystery). vice. The Extension Agents duties This reporter called on her Praise the Lord! It's sure Jackie reports that someoneIs OLI>SMOHII.K: : |{I Inc.

My Neighbors are multiple, and so each Sunday after church, and found good to be back home. Yes, either dumping or losing dogsin SALES & SERVICE I 1 i I SEEDS PLANTS! _
HERE N' THERE month a Leadership Meeting Is that she and Louis had attendedthe friends, we're all back home their area. The latest modelis
Two young people from our -. ''i":: held at the Extension Office in early services. The home now, and it sure is nice. The a large brown shaggy dog, Fine Selection of Used Carl,I Insecticide Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS '
area participated In the Po- Green Cove Springs and the who wrote There's No Taken On Cadillac Trade ,
-- was adorned with many colorful person which may be part Airedale.It I''
fahl School of Dance Arts recital program for the next club meeting plants and flowers. The E- Place Like Home really knew seems to be real smart, 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301'
on Saturday evening. Miss la reviewed for the m Indiidlal to what they were talking about.
gana and Kyle moved Keystone and a pet. Anyone knowing any We Rent' Fertilizer Spreader'
Michelle Hanks, daughter of a.4" r-- .. ,- leaders, who In turn bring 18 years ago and got acquainted No mEter how much you love thing about this dog, Is askedto Barkley Motors Inc. 221 N.W. 8th. Ph. 378-0476
Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. -- .fto1" ,' typed material and present it to for the first time, although the people you're with or the please call Jackie. I

Hanks, participated In her first .. :;: ...,. ,. their club members. they lived in the same place you're staying, it's just Mr. and Mrs. Al Friedmanof TOYOTA
dance recital In which she appeared -4 t e w, h .... The Homemakers group sponsors northern city of Syracuse, N.Y. not like home. St. Petersburg spent a week .I GLASS
In Acrobatics numbersand .' 4-H clubs in their Mother is doing well .
,'!f' ;. 0,1;; area. Dr. and Mrs. Richard Malm- with Tom and Lillian Norwood, 4 "wheel drive and oars
also ballet numbers. MIchelle f? Cr At present Keystone lacks a gren of Bethseda. Md arrived and coming along steadily after and Llnnle Norwood. Llnnle Sale. Parts Service I.I
plans to continue study- '- : leader. Mrs. Anne (Myron, Jr.) Sunday afternoon for a few days her surgery. She had sev- Norwood spent a few days In Clean Used. Toyota
Ing dancing over the summer .. "" Prevail of Keystone Heights visit with their parents. Dr. eral small gall stones, and one Alachua General Hospital, having LIDDELL
and continue her class In the ,,' is the associate Agent and Malnvzren Is employed at the large stone about the size of some tests run recently.Mr 1700 N. Main 37S-I2BO&
Fall. Mr. and Mrs. Hanks are supervises the 4-H Clubs. National Health Institute specializing a banty egg. So there's no and Mrs. Deen and son Glass Company
members of the Gainesville CIvIc "I just haven't the heartto There are now ten HomemakersClubs In Cancer research. wonder she was suffering so. Evan, and Mrs. J.E. Strick- Beauty Academy
Ballet. tell 'em the route. been in the The aim The doctor removed her gallbladder
country. He Is the son of Axel Malm- land of Mershan, Ga., spent "Olaiw" For Every" Purpo.ii
Also appearing In the same changed." of these Is based on the problems gren. Mrs. Richard Malmgrenis so she doesn't haveto the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. POWELL'S Stone Front*-M.rrors:
dance recital was Miss Cyn- and needs of the com- worry about having any more .
the daughter of Julius Han- E.W. Revels. They brought Mr. Tub Enclosures,.J\\rrs
munity.; Because of the lack of stones. Father brought her Beauty Academy .
son. The occasion of this visit and Mrs. W.A. Wallace home Furniture 1ps/ Glass Replaced
Interest in Keystone City; the is to Assist Mr.and Mrs. Malm- home Wednesday morning, and and helped them move in.
that met at Mrs. Pay- Granny Copeland and I came Leant a Profession In Your
group gren In their moving to Nashville Mrs. Beulah Smith celebrated -
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ton's will be getting togetherand Tenn, the home of Mrs. home Tuesday night after her birthday on the 19th. Spore Time. Full or Part Time NEW LOCATION
discuss their needs and Malmgren's famly, and her spending two weeks In Gaines- Mrs. Dale Murray of Jacksonville 219 N W 10th 37B-27M) .
Interests. ville, with my Uncle and Aunt 1228 So. Main Gainesville; '
home. Keith and Laverne Che-
The for the Roy and Teenle Crenshaw and ELECTRIC MOTORS 37K-8I4I I 1102:
programs coming Hanson's :
STARKE Mrs. eon and wife, shire of Gainesville, X.M. and
years, Sept. to June, will be the Kenneth R. Swinfords of children. Iva Smith and daughterof Starke
PHONE 9846200KEYSTONE ready for distribution in the Gainesville Joined the two famlUe.lnaSundayaftemooncook- I spent Monday night with brought dinner and cake and ELECTRIC
Lonnle and Norma Melton and
Fall. regular stated meetIng -
helped her celebrate. Mrs.Tec- MEN'S WEAK
will be Sept. 15 at the homeof out. Dr. Swinford is a Forestry son Otis of Hampton, and Tues- hla McGrlff of Jacksonville, Motor Repair Co.

Mrs. Agnes Cuendet. Mrs. Professor at the University of day I stayed with my grandmother spent the weekend with Mrs. Of Gainesville. Inc.
HEIGHTSPHONE Payton and a new member will Florida Palma Chltty; in
and left early to Joina Smith and Mrs. Wolfe, A belated -
attend the Leadership meeting Starke. Wednesday night Marshal Repairing Rewinding STAG 'N DRAG
fellowship outing of the For- happy birthday to you,
47.1-3176: :
probably on Sept. 1 in Green estry Dept. and Nancy Beam and daugh- Mrs. Smith! New and Used

Cove. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bunnellof ter Julie of Keystone ate supper Mr. and Mrs. C.T. F.dens Griffon Suite
2818 N. W. 16th Ph. 3728.118
Jssse Godbold Is the new Clay Surf City; N.J. surprised with u.. John Odom of and son of Atlanta Ga., are Arrow Shlrt.-Horshrlm Shw
I County; Agent for 4-H Boys the Harrison Batchelders in Gainesville, and his friend Win- spending two weeks In Mrs. MOVERS el Formal Rental

groups. visiting them as they were returning dy were supper guests Thurs- Fred Swearingen Sr. lake cottage I.adlr SporMwpnr
Current publicity; which is north for their summer day night. Buddy and Merle .
giving everyone a "headache"Is home In N.H. The Bunnells havea Ellis of Gainesville visited us 0 Long UltUnce' Moving| 2 STOItE.hl3 W. UNIVERSITY

DRIVE-IN BANKING the rising cost of car In- home and new mobllehome unit Friday night. Buddy Is getting Sam, Dot and Charles Henry Storage Packing and GAISF.SVIII.fI.C.L: :
surance. For the past three in South Florida. along pretty; good now, and It Strandberg and Mr and Mrs. .
Crating Shipping
years, group of 25 or more looks like that last heart attack .
O'Brien of Ormond Beach spent
did him good. Joyce Bar- Free Estimates Call
have taken advantage of Defensive Sunday with Mrs. Jo Strand-
Driving Courses.These Food Handler. ton dropped by for a visit Fri berg MUSICBALDWIN
courses are most Instructive, day night, also Don Ritchie.
Last Sunday, Jack and Lou
and 10% discount In Insurance To Get X-Ray. -
a many Saturday Corlne Thleman and Miller were In Waldo visiting
companies Is given, In Clay CountyThe her Aunt Lena from St. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. Buster Wilson
for anyone completing the came over to visit in WorthIngton Springs visiting

7atll4 course three years ago, and Division of Health' free and my Aunt Clara Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. J.D. lilmcs, in PLAN ag ORGANS
It's time to get one started a- came later to spend the night Santa Fe Van Service CMOKi TUB AITMTV
chest x-ray unit will be in Clay visiting Mr. and Mrs. Inc.
The cost this year la $3. County; June 7-8-9 for the primary and Sunday with us. Sunday, D.L. Morris and at Alachua .t ,pJ.a.w MUSlu
COMMUNITY CHURCHWOMEN purpose of x-raying! food Cliff Chapman of Jacksonvilleand General Hospital visiting Cur- 1140 "N.E." WaMo R.. C'vllle

The All-Circle Luncheon handlers or any Individual who Alva Lee and son Bert ly Greer and Cricket Chltty.; 37t..f71
of Campville visited us.
serves the public, requiring
the Church Women was held on Pete and Joyce Barton were
May 17 at 12:30: p.m. The Executive an The schedule x-ray. will be from in Lake Wales and Punta Gor- O'vltle Shoptrin! Ctr. I7MJM
JO" MAY'71 M.P. I Board, with Mrs. John 10 da, attending the State Bowline FISHING: AUTO SALES SERVICE
a.m. to 12 noon, and from

No Parking Problems. Bird, Chairman Mrs. Roy,Turknett and cochairman actedas 2 to 6 places p.m. :dally at the following Tournament over the week- slim Since this the week fishing I decided news just was. Tropical I Pontiac, Farm and Industrial

hostesses. Monday June Park end.Mr.. and Mrs. Frasler and to add It here.Griffin's Inc. Equipment;
Car window to teller's window. Seated at the officers table at Klngsley and Highway 17. children of Jacksonville were Lodge (east shore
were the new officers for 1971- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Santa re):
banking is just as quick and easy as that 1972: President, Mrs. Barry Springs Tuesday at,Health June 8Green Center. Cove Barrows Saturday. Last Friday. Hoy Griffin and

when you use our Drive-In Service. For Wyman; 1st Vice President and Wednesday, June Keystone George Ellis Is In the V.A. sons Alan and Glenn caught 26 Santa Fe Tractor,
Prpgram' Chairman, Mrs. L.C. Height\ at Post Office. Hospital In lake City; after bass while they were schooling.
all your deposits and withdrawals. Gayle; 2nd Vice President and The mass chest x-ray survey suffering a heart attack. Mrs. This past Friday Roy guidedMr. Factory AutheritcJ FORD

Missionary ChaIrman Mrs. A. for the general public will be RegIna Hall of Savannah, Ga.. Knapke and they caught II
p. Mailman; Secretary, Mrs. held In Clay County In Is visiting her mother, Mrs. bass Alan and Mr. Harrlnger Pontiac Farm Tractors Implements

KEYSTONE STATE BANK Carolyn Wagner, and Treasurer ; 1972. Ellis, at this time. We cer- caught 4 nice ban. Alan and Sal.>.PartS.rvic* USED EQUIPMENT
Mrs. Ralph Barker A tainly wish you a speedy recovery Mr. Itarrlnger averaged catch-

lovely arrangement of red roses ITS RADICAL enough to George. Ing 3 or 4 bass each day last 2101 N. MainGalnu"III. SALES PART ,SERVICE t .
Member F.D.I.C. Keyntone Heights, Fla. and seasonal flowers and My that every youth need not AI and Fay Astlnwall and week. Fla. "

"Year Friendly Bank In Your Friendly greenery centered the table. ao to college, and now there children, and some friends from That wraps things up for this 44H N. W. l tab ::176-2:>04/1/
Seated at the special guest It the heretical suggestion week. So until week
Georgia, are staying In Robert next may 372.2583 C.AINKSMI.LF: :, KI.V
Community. table were members of the that its not even necessary and Jackie Lanler's lake cot. the good 'lord bless and keep
Nightingale Circle, with Mrs (for every baiketbaU player. tage. you all. .

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... FOR SALE: China, cut glass FOR SALE
..un. -. clocks antiques. By appointment BILL (WILSON
MARY LAWI'I&D 411 ftLY $ -Is.. .46awtssd. ...... lIIODi>>a only. Lena Clemens, 473- All Brick Homes
wsb sms/Wits! inJkme.
4927. Itp
By Elizabeth Clven; Walker fienlsraM '.L71 "J Jr, Auturt and SeJBdoxuMta W. fluid. Any PrIce PortableWelding

(Cover U.weesaV /saber. 1R 11:. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house BOOM Anywkn. FI.V
____nnn..... CARTER Nan Boole. Box 3f. Black. located at 619 W. Adkins St.
Eactj ware ... urns* Mc u *2n. N. C. 2711. Phone Sale price$7,000 financing can WE ARUANOB ALL.

Thought for the week: Love.It morning service at II. Leagueat Me Est,. Chan If Me 704) ....1. tCi) be arranged. Call Bill Powell FINANCING
la a beautiful necessity; of 4 p.m. Evening service 6p.m. PAINTS PaM la our nature to love something. 12' x 60' Repossessed Mobile tfchgBEADTIPCX. Over a Hundred.D.algiyTo
We are shaped and fashioned p. p11i'LATsue Home already financed take up
by what we love. Jesus, said Ebenzer Baptist Church Rev. SAME r.fJ..a.rf.1... .... payments. Olln's Mobile Home -wi -. 'oo. __... Choose From H Mil. South 301
"love not the world neitherthe Leroy Davie I'aator.Bible classes Sales 100 W. tfchg : -:= J MERRILLCONSTRUCTION Lowtey. Ph. 782.3512IerBrown
The En.6a..- i- CO.
of the
things each Monday night.
Pnata.atioeq ... '7e wore) SECRETARY AND SALESMAN 1 ;::.=:. of Starkeon 4/IO/P
things of this world have caused The 5th Sunday Union will PRICE UNN 'tfOMs, rNC, 8 Mile North
men and nations to drift apart begin Thursday (tonight) 27-29. CAaDa OF THANK' PART TIME. Phone 9645600.Ol1n' US. 30* '
because of their love for All members and friends are Moblle'Home Sales. :
things and not each other. Invited to attend. A worse er.lees .. .......... tfchg r Phon 964-8521 U
AS IraoII.I. .m. .-.,. BUrke. FU.
SENIOR CITIZENS Greater Allen Chapel AME
Citizens month. C LEW'S Bealy Mattrm. POR SALE Honda, 65. food
May is Senior Church Rev. E. Jenkins
Senior Citizens were honored Pastor. Services will be terminated Jacksonville FOR, SALE: Three German springs. InncnprtnK and foam. Uaa. new motor black r
with a luncheon Thursday May Sunday with Sunday shepherd puppies 310 N.Walnut WELDING SHOP Regular price' $00.95 aot. 7W, chrome' -wtoee!*. Beat OfHer. Ph.
20, from I to 3 P.m. at the School. The castor and congregation 102 E. BROWNLEE St., Starke. ItpONE "week. '3l .9S trivn tnade 4rs at 7D2-JSM. It p S'27
; Service Center Whtoperinf Pints Jtfa- TXhmcr'n DI.oIIOI": iIIIc'- Volbwaaen
Neighborhood will go to Mt. Zion, >< "
RJE Auditorium. There were tel US 301 S. Phone
Lawtey, to render services at PORTABLE ma rmvo .
24 Senior Citizens present. 11 a.m. All members are askedto a4A0fd'mode color TV -wtm stand. for fcattpic 864- 231 BARRETT TYPEWRITERS: Manual orElectric. Hew A rsee IOr%
aale rent. '
For or .
Thole.personl will be char- attend. Rev. C.E Jenkins alts senrfee I
one Motorola Qu.ar *- VttJIIMI.
ter members of the newly will deliver the message.TIFEWfUTK&St TV color -*. Just- take UTILITY TRAILERS Bradford County Telegraph. \
formed club.: I iMunncati at JMtmatfm DIP CUSTOM BUILT Water Condition. if.sib of TIS.MaD ;

The guest speaker was Mr. 1 count. tkhIr GAS AND ELECTRIC in and Pump Co. GAlNZaVILLI:
Joe Kerrigan, chairman of the WELDING BRAZING .; FOR RENT:Unfurnished 2-bed- "
Manual e* Ii"
Senior Citizen Club. room house 762 N. Walnut St., ,
neetrto. For ml er rent.Bradford SHEET METAL ISO Court Street
Starke. Call
The club Is organized to entertain 964-7444 or 964-
the' senior people in Ceuty Totocnyh. to TRAILER HITCHES Phone 9646832PLUMBING 5070. ItpJIMMY
the community.; The newly organized your INSTALLED FOR SALETwo lounge sun
club and the old club: ;individual; hearingrequirements bather seats. Good condition
MOORE"SSUN priced right.,Phone 964-798!
will work together to make
plans for die different acttvlttes -. Water Conditioners SPORTS Itchg ,

and singing.In arts, There crafts will music be S5 .000 additional; toil. ; BEFINISI1TNG ALL TYPES NOTICE WELL and DRILLING Pumps MOORE BOAT FOR FOR SALE: I upright piano

games, prizes and lots of fun. ALL MAKE HEARING UPHOLSTXBTWORK 1 Duncan Pflffe dining room
The club is open for new mem- INET Starts and Keystone suite I executive size desk.

bership, ages 45 and up. Please FOR $20 PER YEAR AIDS REPAIRED Expert BeprodfMtioB Helfhta area Customs Repair Department Stark. Ph. '"-5791 See I nearly new electric range.
Comet! The next meeting will be at 527,Cherry. lip

held June 3, In the Neighborhood AINESVILLE HEARING! C. E. JACKSON Hastings Mattress 24 Hour ServiceWE Complete Outboard A FOR SALE2 bedroom home

Service. Center RJE Auditorium WRITE: AID CO. 1313 W. Hadlsoa BUrke and Upholstery SERVICE all rppnaaeeaRebuilt Stem Drift Service and with 2 acre of good land.

W. tor as1e.- Repair. Complete Fiberglass 3-V2 miles out of Starke. Cor-
Nathan Croon Box 12782 1137 N. 23 A... nppKanoe
CHURCH ACTIVITIES 710 St. Johns :Arc.PALATKA Olen'a Appliance A Service Co. Repair. Custom- ner of '.two paved roads.
Greater Bethlehem! FreeWHl Gainesville. Fla. 37601 CalnotvilU, FlortJa 32601 j CARL BEGGS EM-BOB tfchg built Fiberglass. Fishing 850000. Good place for bus-
Baptist Church. Rev Jasper Phono 3760095J !Ineai. You pay $2.000, move
Gulf Service Real in. Phone Bush's Gulf Station
Williams Pastor. Each Monday A. J. Thomas Rcglatered ,
night choir rehearsal for Choir AND ACCIDENT VIED rAfTttTo. I* Open AgainFURNiITURR IMate Broker, evecltMxlnt: to 964-7361. 2tchg 520HOMES

No. I. Tuesday night Choir No. REPRESENTATIVE Psis. for W'roc'"4 des; ; 'AppralMda for Eatate*. In* noHI'.an
3 and Ushers Board No 2 will Tlduale and Corporate Owner.
meet. Wednesday night Prayer J & H ELECTRICFOR It Bew Wrecker arrto. Repaired Refinished AJrxj eene.-gal reel e.t.a. two.laeoo. FOB SALE 1

Meeting. Thursday night the Fuel OH Rc-apholat "Thirty Years cKperienee On Ckvotxr lake wad Croy iNr

Ladles Circle: will meet at the I ALL 11... c.. NEW MATTRESSESFREE In Florida land mattere. Tel. take Ctnal. (Canal M feet
home of Sister Prince. Friday J \ YOUR WIRING 9044701. Starke. Florida tf cbd wide I feat deep) Located l oa
frw7. Ml N. WaUeCKwnroifAcnnoB
the women will be baking and ESTIMATES Mate Bond 100. S adieu!: West
selling pies at the church. Saturday Phone 468.1083 1M.11N Call Collect 328-2H4 of State n*. ZdeM) for tace- .
tho ushers Board will FOR SALE non cottage, mobile bom or'
sell from the kitchen. Sunday 24 Hour Emergency" : Two 7/8 Charolals
bulls, 14 and 16 months. $350 Inv.tmeat.
Is Educational '
Day beginningwith Sorvico -dean* each. Call after 1:00: p.m. William Price mart at fl.299.00, $2W AVAUABIIPOR
Sunday School at 9:30: P.O. Bon 220 oiled and adjnsted .la rout E. Webb Clay Hili. Phone down and 133.00 month for MDMntte
isms $5.00. Vacuum...* 2892701. ItpSIGNS (....... simple later- YOUR LOT "
Hole in Roof 1136 Hampton. Fla. 32044. repairs elso.AH work: .uar.Ma.e SEWINGMACHINE eat).
Your 5-6 .. 10 ... Doanle c. Coff/to/ Tftoae
Or A al-la. Mahe Can 184-7701..AD. to 2 *
POSTED : Treated to pm. weekdays. II 3,500lEOOSaFt.
WHOLENEW DATSUNGAINESVILLE 3 Bed Rooms 2-1/2 Baths UPCU: STUCK Vinyl PUotle withstand weatlxr *X> eeh.HM .
.A Lettere. an alas oolcre. Paiaaent. .. BalM and Service doe. Special price oa tare LOTS Toll BAUC Itne"OdeS ,
. In this modern home of 2400 tor .. oa wood claea NECCIII er' quantities. Bradford< County" ; Country' Club' roads for 'r
sq. ft., with Cent air and heat. plMHe. POJMT. metal, leatber.AlfTTHlMai PFAFF Teteyrwh. MAT ba'ldto' on or for cnveotment r
ROOF Don't miss this one If you I-an4IIII'd' Ceoty New HomeUniversal Lop anti approximately: H I IUYlHG
are In the market for a large Tbkrat M 1NSUIt.tHCJI acre and larger. Paved rodicntr OF t,
4300 N. W. 13th St.
J &: J Roofing Co. home and grounds. Terms.A.J. $49:50 mKDUCEO UTa : S minutes from town.
372-4226 Thomas Kealtor. Tel.964-5701 WATSON'SHOUle up AUTO. FILE BOAT Price atari at 129500. 1200 AREA
Phone 964.8778 115 S. E. 2nd St. Parts &: Repairs on DOTIJC B. OONNXKINBVKANCa down and $31.00 pet month. .

Hiway 301 South 7. 1 FREE: One black puppy, one of Vacuums all other Make Ma- AQKNOT Can M4-7701. 4 ajn. to S p.m.
'**e e> mother cat, two kittens yel- Many brands of BOW. Taemnat 'ehlnes.NATIONAL. tfcll, CALL '

low. Phone 964-6433. lip MM up. Used machines from FOR RENT -U'
'- P"* $19. Expert! Rewire. aU make tmiler outside ctt,.. O.C. Carries Nursery SLADE
FOR SALE T.D. 9 Bulldozerwith
: limit,. J. B. White 964-6114, 11
Para tad AccoooorUs for aDYICItIIIIII& 011 W. Unl Are.
Call after Thousands of Plants
GULFSTATIONAND' hydraulic pan. Bull la anent .... 378-1353 no anxw r call P34-9M7.
BUSH 4 p.m. 284-9420 Green Cove .mn cleanlBK ......... ni IT. Fruit Trees. Shade Trees, HOME
Springs. Up' POR SAtK Bulldlnv\ on MeCWlum Evergreens Camellias, ,>
Mate QaJBoarUlo "7'-7110wo
St. Dettrab! for lodge 'Azaleas Roses

TEMPLE A\rTE.\ U.S. 301 A Hole In Your RoofMOrA ran.Bradford. .... ..... E.time. .. hall or oan: easily be converted ..... la eana Plant AnyllmsLANDSCAPING SERVICES
easy TUe* into dwelling: Gall 4681551.
r-.... PUMPSNEW Make otter tcg 6-3 I..
All Tackle t* Ml. 8.E. ofSUrk Bwy. INn
Fishing CLASF KNVELOFKS. .. :FOR SALE-18 ft. mahogvor .rmhoma .n.IP For Information
shun--Bradford Cetmty ......* AND USED boat 100 h.p. Erinmde motor.
....... heavy duty ,trailer., Sleepe four. FOR SALE-20 acre on paved CaD Jacksonville ;'
SALES complete cunaJna. Gall after 8 htehwftr. 3 fcedroctns Itt bath) Collect
INTXRaTATB KOBILK HoBtia PARTS p.m. $900.00 home. 17.500 down $10.000
78 1-4O55 .
-.11I. Via. Call ........ SERVICE 847197.Stcb $-27 talanee. IM.50 month. Call
125 % Discount J & J Roofing Co. Vab8 Deep and Shallow Wells Bill Pow' > .. R.E. Broker' M+

Hiway Phone 301 964.8778 South ........ ... Water Softeners FiltersPlumbing and Taking: application tot MODERN MASONRY !

Supplies Approximately: 3600 M. It.encludlnff .
STOCK HOGS for sale trade.
Friday And Saturday Only Kalford, Fla. lid. 16 at or Rd. 121. And EXPERT SERVICE ON New Brick 3 and 4 To: Ry-Ry'A-C Ramp Office for AJaxxnt Truck
Phone 431-1881. tfchg Bedroom Homes <
DECORATINGIntarlor&Eittrlor ALL MAKES faaadiS l8.soo Term
CaD for Details CALL
FOR RENT In country 2 bed- PHONE 9647081DURRANCE
For Solo > 2 Bedroom. Homo" with 2 aero .f good land room unfurnished house also Low Down Payment BILL POWELL Room Air Conditioners I II I

3Yr miles out of Stark. Corner of/ two paved" roads furnished apartments Starke. and Moderate Monthly BROKER .. ToucnConl'OlComlo'lCtnler Ifl'it I
W.II Nollman. tfchg "Qua A or Speed Cooling .
850000. Good place for bUlill.... You pay $2,000 lIty By-Word" PUMP a SUPPLY CO. Payments OM-44M 9C4U10tfchf FllicCle'' Air "Flo*Controls"
....*... AuloiKltiC, EvinTcmp
Mo.,. in. Phon. Bu.k' Gulf Station. 964.7361.NOTICE. LONGCHAMP HOMES Thermostat! I

, FrMEstlnaUs Sl-CNCH ADMIRAL edtrtuMd ...... M4OS3Ml '.. Eilu ConosenArsntantCasings/ Lnre, Wohibit Polar">, j I

) 'TV <___ raw picture .....l4satts The Glass Shop Modus, rot Special windows I
...... DeJimerK DUcoun*. tfWANTED 11W.

PROFIT.OPPORTUNITY. Gomer", & Son ehl Glass as low as

REPAIR!: l-track ear tape For $11900
uanuf os .
decke. any brand a.n4n oji8trftclc
LOCATION: Ha Alton, Fla. Oa Bemee and Aene e. Biases' tapes: at $1 off regular AH CARS and TRUCKS

STARKE FLA. ...... Birout Realty, .... price. DoJunor's D *oouo&.
THIS IS TO ADVISE THAT I WILL Phoot 4684311 Installed Whli -U-Walt SLADE GAS
U.S. 301 nit K. Tsmple> Are tfctHJ :
.sr ,
NO LONGER BE SELLING EGGS .......... 1s. t.>.eoe Ctarke.FDWT PIa. BEANS Custom Vinyl Ant Top
,, POTATOES. Squash
ON U.S. 301 NORTH BUT for sail-othervegetablss ready 1017 N. Main GMBe Appliances
WE OFFER COMPLETE JANITORIAL Service TOgm: OITKRZB soon. Rt. I Box 28, Lawtey. '
Carpets shampooed John Crews Phone 7823822. 332 .. t Liaison= (
Dowling ProduceU. house trailers. windows One of the aieer home* |aftarto 2tp. 527OFFICE
3 Bay 2 Lift washed floors scrubbed.Phone S B-R. Central Beat GREEN'SWelding

Partial Financing M4-S771.. Boyd Service tfchf and A r. Carpet. faun, J C*o EQUIPMENT for sale.
S. 301 SOUTH one. llMie hewn tar Aa- Phone 964-7649 or 964-6S57. and Machine' .
Salary Expantet McYaam.M. 2tchg 3/27.
WILL BE HANDLING OUR EGGS AT During Management. School. NO GILL Shop

THE SAME PRICES Highett Octane GIMMICKS BILL POWELL'.: P.O. Bon 150 .I-YiD. Marine
mi'sir WANTED JUNIOR or Senior
: .
Gatollno Available. PHONE 463-1734 Cobia Boots
L MPFmbhed beauty; operator. Reply: P.O.
PEE WEES 5 DOZ. M+Sill M4-fal* Box 714, Keystone Heights Hampton Flo. Johnson Motors -

3795 tIaIIf Fla. 32656. It aA1ELECTRIC SPECIAL


LARGE 24! ,DOZ. THE FACTS TO YOU ForalahedYetena's 389S .bend alereo reiondless made for of ace.Alw any. Western Store Light Anywhere Lath., Anytime Work" 15' Coble,, Bow Rider

AND YOUR WIFE pter reoordi at 50 H.P. JOHNSON
Leaas toe tone : Western A Work Clothe Equipment" Repair
JUMBOS 2 DOZ. t4 off ewtar prtoe at Deb Boots A Gator Trailer
CALL COLLECTSUN Carpet Throat..... .am-..iDiseovnt. uq Stetson Hate At Shop .r I n Field.
Brat. Financial Saddles > Tack Veterinarian Radiators Cleaned., All For

I APPRECIATE YOUR PAST' PATRONAGEAND OIL CO. dim"?. Mobile a- FOR RENT 2 air conditioned Lake. CaU Mon. Supplies- Wed.. 8 toThnnday S Repaired Recored..:: .e/it/p Plus Tax '$1,,/995' +

KNOW YOU WILL BE WELL SERVED AT Jacluon.III.353-0941 Bas. cottages Klngsley 8-13
Phone 533-2366.
etarfce, Fla." 100 Wee after jun. See Lynn Hamilton"
DOWLINGS. Mr. Moor. tfchg Frt. Sat. 8 to 7
if Mala St. Lake BntJsr FOR RZNT: tMAl mliod S Before YOU Buy
Gentleman Egg Farm Evonlngt or W..kend.Jack.on.III.39865,31. SPINET-PIANO- transfer Pbcne 4K-6041 bedroom bo.... ktoMad 417 W. 1030 B. University' A...
next two weeks. Will consider Can et.. wte.a...* Gainesville
l l WANTED TO RENT local only to .
WHITE TRUCK : SId boat responsible person anarorv- .' mlILt. -
and skis June 12 June 26th. make 19.33 payment Write ,FOR SALE: 65 Cher n. $125.00. l ebf .'
CHRISTINE GENTLEMAN or Writ. P.O. Bon 148 Call 964-7878 after 5 p.m. before we send truck. Joplin ;For rent, house In country on .
Jock onvlllo. Flq.1 Itchg PIanO P.O. Box 103 Panama ,one acre. 964-8699.: lip
City; Fla. 32401. lip t

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