Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01656
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01656
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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No. 45 Thursday. June 3, 1971 Copy

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New Berry I
j iI no rhyme

I or reason to the whole I 7h JII
escapade," says a disillusioned I I J

May ReignIn Rep. Gene 4 $ r

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the 1971 Florida Houseis

'. ... passing taxes on,

CountySequoias .. 0 : seemingly, everybodyand

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Rushing to pass an omnibus

may become the Sequoia plants as they would p.9ir", I'r r $100-mlllion-plus tax bill In 4 y'
reigning strawberry In> Bradford like to have. $ iii time to meet Friday's adjournment g T

County as a result of thisvariety's .,, r yr day, the House Finance
; excellent showing r and Taxation Committee headedby

during the 1971 season State Rep. Ralph Turlington, D-
Farmer's Market Manager Bob Deputies Gainesville, the House tried

Allen predicted yesterday. ." ', Tuesday to place a 4 per cent
., sales tax on gasoline and to
Allen said the demand for FiiedAt remove the exemption on candy
Sequoias was good all season costing less than 25 cents.

causing them to sell anywhere Shaw said he finally voted Essay contest winner Shirley Johnson is at center.
25C $1
than Florida 90's.more A per factor flat By Clay J Tuesday to pass the omnibus Others are BIIS Instructor Fred Browning, Roxie Rod-

In favor of Sequoias big is their JI I sales tax bill but opposed the rlguo, who tied for third place, Miss Johnson, Joy Sapp,
.r two amendments above, which second place winner, and BIIS Instructor Kosala Brown
carrying quality which gets Hill Man
them to the northern markets were defeated In the House.

in top condition. They also out- ui The House leadership has not
rank the 90 In size and gen- Lewis Batten 57, of Clay / d6k : !. given up Shaw said, on increasing Senior
eral 11111 was scheduled to be arraigned k the tax Lawtey
eye-appeal to the market \ ;1T'';' gas by a pen-
housewife. Wednesday In Green ,.,' '. .':' ',If'. ny. That bill went back to the
Cove Springs on a charge of ''- Finance and Taxation Committee -

One slight disadvantage of assault with Intent to commit Tuesday and was expected Wins Civitan
the Sequoia is that they seema murder. r to come up on the floor

little more susceptible to The charge resulted from an o Wednesday The one-penny on
freezing temperatures, since attack made by Batten about gas Is expected to raise $36
they tend to push their bloom million which the
5 Coun-
p.m. Tuesday on Clay ;( ContestShirley
and fruit out on long stems ty Sheriff's deputies, Allen says will be used to balancethe Essay
where they are not protected \. budget.
. Trew and Archie Padgett as
by the leaves of the
plant. they drove up to Batten's mo- :i Shaw said he Introduced a

Allen described the 1971 sea- bile home to Investigate a . : '" J "ludicrous" amendment to the Johnson, daughter of were George Pierce, Starke
son as good, profit-wise, with "family dispute." --- ,,.!"", : proposal Tuesday to place a Mr. and Mrs Cephus Johnsonof attorney; George Muggins, recently -

prices holding steady at an The officers were following sales tax on gasoline His sub- Lawtey and a 1971 honors retired county agent, and
average f.o.b. of 349. The complaint by Batten's wife upa Chief Chambers examine crushed roar end of Corvette stitute amendment, Shaw said graduate of Bradford High Foster Shi Smith, assistant to

market handled a total of 70- that he had run her and their which skidded on Call Street.Crashes. Tuesday night, called for Speaker School, has been named winner the school superintendent.

061 flats, with an estimated daughter out of the mobile home Richard Pettigrew to appoInt of the Starke Clvltan Club's Fred Browning, BIIS social
return of 24436280. and had threatened to kill any a conference committeeto annual Essay Contest. studies Instructor, and Mrs

Sales off the market. Includ- police officers It she reportedthe write any tax necessary to First three places in the con- Rosala Brown, BUS English Instructor -

ing vendors along the highways, Incident and they came to. meet the huge spending bill test went to Lawtey students. assisted the students
and you-pick-'em sales In the get him. 3 that Is proposed. Jov Sam of Lawtev wan MX*- preparing the essays,

fields would bring the season's As the officers approachedto Injure "There'll be serious repercussions ond. Miss Johnson's winning article -
total gross to close to $300- within 500 feet of the Bat- to this thing, Shaw tey andl oxieRodrlgueofStarketied is printed In full below:
000, It was estimated. ten home In a wooded area predicted "when people find for third place. "American democracy to-
about half a mile off Highway out what's been done. Miss Johnson won $30 for day. .
The price dropped as low 318, the man opened fire witha Persons In The Bradford legislator obviously her first place finish. Miss "American democracy today
as $2.50 on only a few lots high powered rifle. The officers Week tired of the whole, Sapp won $20 and Williamsand grants nlted I States citizens
of berries, Allen said and Se- tax
started talking to him battle which has been Miss Rodrlgue won $12,50 certain unalienable rights as .
quoias held at $3 better waged the
or over a p.a. system, advising entire session, was highly cri- each. stated in the Constitution. These

all season. him who they were and ordering Theresa Durden, 17,of Starke, Prentiss Yelvington, 77, of Day- 875 feet and turned over and tical of the attempt Tuesday to Topic given the students was provisions protectt'nltedStates
Acreage was off this year, him to cease fire. and Jerome Prentiss Yelvington tona Beach. came to rest on Its top. remove the exemption on candy. "Citizenship- Privlledge anda citizens against abuse by the
down from about 175-200 In When Batten fire were both treated and released Yelvington and Theresa fur- Responsibility. Miss John- national and state governmentsIn
1970 to an estimated 125-50 for the officers opened radioed for again from the Bradford Coun- den, an occupant In the Luke No charges were filed and "My Cod, to tax a child's son read her essay to the CI- the 14th amendment which '
the season Just closed. Part reinforcements. Batten ty Hospital following a two car vehicle, received slight injuries Thomas was taken to the BCH nickel ." vltan Club as port of its program states:

of this was due to the Inabi- tinued to sit at the entraceto con- crash at the Intersection of SR- and were taken to BCII where.he was treated and released (See Page 6)) Tuesday morning. "All persons born or naturalized -

lity of growers to obtain plants, his trailer, with gun across 16 and US-301 Saturday night. where they were treated and Judges for the essay contest In the United States,
and subject to Jurisdiction
Allen said. lap until several members of According to the Starke released. ,
thereof, are citizens of the
the Florida Highway Patrol and Police Dept., Danny L, Luke, Damage to the Luke vehicle
t'nlted States and of the slatewherein
The market manager predicted other law enforcement 17 of Starke had for
officers stopped
1965 Chevrolet
was placedat they reside. No state
that acreage would showa arrived on the scene. the red light on 301 when he $450, while the 1956 Hillman Tough B attic
gain next fall if growers was struck In the rear by a Expected shall make or enforce any law
was a complete loss. which shall the privilege
abridge -
are able to obtain as many (S.. Page 6)) 1956 Hlllman driven by Jerome
or immunities of citizensof
Yelvlngton was charged with
the United States shall
failure ;
to have his
vehicle under -

accident.control and with causing an In Grid Game"A of any life state, liberty deprive, or any property person, .

Spring without due process of law;

Transplant Complete Successi A dentist at the State Prison nor deny to any person within -
at Ralford was injured last its Jurisdiction the equal
week when his Chevrolet Corvette protection of the laws.

The kidney transplant operation functioning normally. 000 mark. The total at sports car spun aroundon "We're looking for a real pleased with the way his charges terrible blow," Hurse acknowledges "Included In the first ten
from Mrs. Jovce Barton of noon a rain slackened street and tough football game," Coach have progressed this amendments are what Is knownto
Keystone Heights, the donor, to Mrs. Lovell, 42-year-old mo- Wednesday was of the 1997282. Total skidded backwards into another David Hurse says of Friday's spring. Bobby Uyal, a converted guard Americans as the Bill of
her sister, Mrs. Luc 119 Lovell, ther of two children, had both coet complicated car upcoming annual spring Seniors The team went through a and Randy Gaskins, a converted Rights These are those rights
transplant operation other
in the Shands Teaching of her diseased kidneys vs Varsity football guaranteed to the people for
pltal removed game. "good ball game" In last Thursday's tight end will be at offensive
related -
expenses were estimated Dr Daniel E. Cox 27
was their protection. Too often,
at Gainesville Tuesday was In an operation about a Ilurse we,
As usual it will be scrimmage, says tackle the
at $35,000. taken to the a regu- against sen-
University of Flo-
termed as United States citizens, forget -
a "complete success"by month ago. She has been sustained New Eddie Hazen
lation 48 minute with quarterback iors. Both are lettermen aiid
Donations to the fund may be rida Medical Center with head game
that behind each of these
the recipient's husband G.L. since then by means of
sent to the First Federal Sav- Injuries. He was released two officials The Junior varsity will threw three touchdown passes both are Improving at tackle.
( ) privileges Is a responsibility.
Tiny Lovell an artificial kidney machine. ings & Loan Association In days after the accident,accord- hold Its climax to spring drillsin and ran for two more All three "As we've said this Is our The first bill grants citizens

Both women were expectedto The Lucite Lovell Fund, Starke Donations to the fund Ing to Asst. Police Chief Bill pregame activities set to running backs, Malachi Henry, problem area due to a lack freedom of speech, religion and
be released from Intensive started by Starke citizens sev- have been received from all Chambers. begin at 6:30: pm. tomorrow. Brad Carter, and Bernard of experience," Coach Hurse That Is Congress
care Wednesday morning, and eral months ago to help meet parts of the country following The varsity senior game Is Brown looked good, the coach repeated. not press set an, official churchor may
return to their rooms In the expenses of the operation and widespread publicity of the efforts Cox was traveling west on set for 8 p.m. Admission will says. The offensive line was Lettermen Gary Melvin and up laws
limiting worship,
hospital. It was reported that treatment lacked Just $21,18 of the community to assist East Call Street (SR-230)) when be $1.25 for adults, 75 cents also moving off the snap well. Dennis Crawford will hold down speech pass and the This
the transplanted kidney was Wednesday of reaching the$2 ,- Mrs. Lovell the 1969 Corvette went out for students. Students with ID QB Hazen Is Improving in tho offensive guard spots (Friday doesn't mean that press.because we

of control. The vehicle spun cards will be admitted free. Ms throwing Hurse says, although Both have improved, especially !have the right to speak, wor-

entirely around and skidded The seniors will have eightof the passing game has- in their trap block- ship and write what we please,
--- --- backwards Into a 1968 Olds- n't been stressed too much Ing.
nine footballerson
graduating these to
we can use rights
P Mayor Defends PoliceStoutly mobile, driven by Jerry Gay their team. The group will this spring. Letterman Tarelon McClel- slander our fellow man's rights.
I of Starke, which was stoppedat form a fine nucleus for a football "We wanted to get our run- lan, recovered from! a broken "Usually, when a crime is
the traffic light at the intersection team, Coach Hurse says. ning game down pat." leg will be at center. His back committed a person Is sent to
defending Starke police for doing their Job and for of Call and Water The veteran CHS head coachcouldn't up man is Wayne Lambus, who prison and will
maybe they
Y officers, Mayor Carl Hurst not doing it when they are Streets. Gay was not injured. Other senior boys, most of be more pleased with has been moved to tight end it's not so bad, but what they say
I II would have no truck Tuesday whom have football experience, for the spring Hurt
I doing it. his trio of running backs: left game. at
fall to realize Is that shelter
night with a complaint that bad "I don't know. It looked as though the Cor- will fill out the senior squad. halfback Malachi Henry, full- the first of the spring, new- ,
I II .personally,, food and clothing are free but
I language Is heard on Call Street. I'm Idnda proud of them." vette had been hit from behind Most every boy In the senior back Brad Carter, and right comer Lambus has come back what about a man's rights?
by the Oldsmobile whenhe class has some football experience to do In
halfback Bernard Brown."I a good Job the past
I m hezoulnQItier!; pointed out that Mrs. Sanders bers said. But witnesses at boys who could have greatly backfleld I've in
any seen quitea Letterman Charles Wright,
and chairman of the library take made several of
county our en-
could sign a complaint against the scene all testified that the helped the BUS varsity In the few ," Hurse said Tues
years who Is having a spring,
committee said Joyed rights are taken
building away
I the persons using offending! lan sports car was traveling west past two
yean are expectedto
I youths mouth "language that day, "They'd make any teama will be at his old strong tight "The most precious and pop-
Folk Musical guage. and spun around as it approached doe uniforms to battb Use "
I've backfleld. end poet Wright Is doing a
never heard before. ular right presented to the United -
the traffic he
I light, varsity tomorrow. A fourth mining back, let- good Job at offensive and defensive -
'Natural High' Members of the Senior CItIzens Mrs. Sanders apologized for added. The States citizen Is the rightto
Club are subjected to causing a disturbance at the seniors have been prac terman Wayne Tetstone, also] end, nurse says vote. When and if this rightis
Set Saturday hearing the foul language they meeting, saying she certainly Damage to the vehicles was ticing The two list weeks of Hurse says. figures heavily in that back- Others showing improvementand taken away, It affects the
I BHS Aud. operate the library Building didn't Intend to criticize the estimated at $1,000 by Cham all graduating footballers field But Tetstone has been who will see offensive action individual more than the loss
Committee's Stuff and Thingsthe Police Deportment" bers. Is names Injured most of the spring.He tomorrow night are Greg of any other. Because of S-.
I 8 p.m.Admission. I II ( old Alvarez Store). Bad There Indication BUS Jimmy Alvarez, for- Is being held out of prac- Reddish, a tight end; Keith Tet fact that living In a place and
Free language is permitted to be city intends was no the Homer Roy Thomas, 27, escaped mer Len grid captain; tackles tices this week to allow his atone a beck Cleveland Simmons not being able to help elect
I used, Mrs. Saunders said, but to Investigate the serious injury Wednes- Register and Danny Jackson leg to heal. It Is doubtful how and Levy Lennon two the person who will represent
complaint about the Gene
when the husband of one of the language.In day, May 26, as his tractor terback guard Harris, quar- much action Tetstone will see backs who continue to Improvethis us in our government Is a
I Courtesy OfCommunity worker's In the library's store other action Tuesday night, trailer overturned one mile outside Marty Dean Johns, halfback Friday night.Quarterback. spring. terrible feeling, and because:
the Council: of Graham SR-18. split end Tim Steve Strickland Defensively coaches are having -
In on
parked realize
the Chamber of Commerce's we it la our responsibility -
U:hr ( Murphey, a four-year football strained a knee Monday and to work Brad Carter at
parking space to pick to help elect those parsons -
Was told Florida Senate Com- letterman
t &tatr Sank up his wife he was given a Committee voted 6-5 According to the Florida who played and Mike Branson won't play tomorrow. That tackle for the spring go. The who will make the laws
merce Highway Patrol Thomas his senior year leaves Hazen and JV tttls
was quarter- fullback is much stronger
ticket which
by state
a policemen. BUS govern our or community : -
bill which at
against reporting a after
traveling east on SR-18 at 55- transferring from back Charlie Green the signal spring than he was last -
I Accounts Now (IncuroJ The officer said we'd hear would have placed price regu- 60 Gainesville High Dale Johnswon't season we are given this right
mph when "be met another calling chores.
as a sophomore.Carter : .
that tickefbut I didn't and It Is our responsibility
i Up To $20,000 By expect It at the council meet- lation Public of natural Service gas under Commis the truck and It ran off the road play due to a concussion Gray Flynn, promising tight is running real well to make sure that it Is car-

Fedora I D. palt I Ing," Mayor Hurst said. Obviously state sion. and came back onto the road, received last football sea end who spent all last season at fullback this spring His ried out to the fullest extent.
I straight at his truck." He then son. on the sidelines with broken
a has considerably
blocking: Improved
restraining: himself,the That Is to cast a vote for the
J. Insurance Corp. J| mayor continued: -Voted unanimously to giveSoe left the toad to avoid a col- budding Despite the experience his leg, broke two bone. In Hurme says, a mustS. person whom we feel Is best
e e S a a e a lision. The truck then traveled varsity gridders face his left hand Monday. He wont'
"Our policemen criticized ( Page 6)) tomorrow Coach Hurse Is dress for the senior game.rr ( .. Page 6)) (S.. Page )

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Norma Canova Heads S/Sgt and Mrs. Jerry -
and family of Fort Wal- arrived Sunday for a visit with (
ton Beach spent the weekend his mother, Mrs. Alyme Carroll 11'-'
(9-fll Friends Of Library with son. Mr and Mrs. Ewell Law- Shoe Store.of Carroll's Clothing an/ :,

t 4ir Miss Norma Canova was e-
WQ/W&N lected president of the Friends
/ of the Library at the annual -
meeting held Thursday night,
May 27, In the library. Other
officers elected at this time

Gladys Mooty, Society Editor, 964-7608 were Mrs. Brian Hamilton,vice
president, and Mrs. 11.T. God-

win, secretary-treasurer. -y
During the meeting, presided ..
over by the out-going presIdent
Beta Sigma Phi i Mrs. T.A. Yawn Cer- WOULD $100.00 .

v Meets At Home ( tificates of Appreciation were
.. presented to the following for (
Of Mrs. Patray various services rendered to l

the library: HELP YOU? .
Gamma Theta Chapter of Beta Senior Citizens Club of
Sigma Phi! Sorority met at the NewhamRedduhWeddotgDate Starke-Bradford County, Beta
home of Mrs. Arthur Patray Sigma Phi sorority, Freeman
Monday evening. Co-hostess Set Register, Jr., employees of the
was Mrs. Ben Motley. City of Starke, Junior Woman's If you hay a steady fob, chances
The guest speaker was Miss Club of Starke, Bradford County 4 4a I
and Mrs. Clyde Hersey
Rebecca McMillan, presentingher Mr Telegraph, radio Station (
the and are great that qualify for \
prize-winning oration "I announce engagement WPXE, Bradford Education Association you
Constitution." approaching marriage of their City Councilmen of
A your surprise baby shower was daughter, Rebecca Ann, to Starke, Bradford County Commissioners signature loan. 1 t
of Sheriff
given for Mrs. Tommy Tyer Michael Reddish son Starke Rotary .1
: following the meeting. She was and Mrs. P.O. Reddish. Club Bradford County Library !
r. presented with many lovely gifts The bride-elect Is a graduate Building; Fund Committee, i
by members of the chapter. of Bradford High School and is Badcock Furniture Co., Brad- Visit Us
or Telephone Today.SOUTHERN
Santa Fe Junior Col- .
: Mrs. Patray was cited for six attending t..>rJ County Library Board.
of perfect attendance at lege.Mr. Refreshments were served
regular chapter meetings. She :Reddish, also a graduate following the business meeting. I
of BUS, has received a Bach-
was presented with a corsage \
of Science In Busi-
elor degree
of yellow roses, the official
flower of the sorority In com- ness Administration from Flor- Rev. and Mrs.John Flynn and DISCOUNT
memoration.Mrs. ida State University,and a Mas son John, had as weekend
Moxley, co-hostess, ter's of Education from North- guests Miss Annette Flynn of
delicious refreshments east Louisiana State University, Atlanta, David Corblnof Grace- 116
prepared N. WALNUT STREET PHONE 964.5010
for the occasion and a Mr. Reddish Is now employedby vllle, George Medo of Clear-
the Bradford County School water and Ben Wllliamsof Tam- .' .. .
memorable evening was en- '
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The wedding will be an event -
Joyed.Mrs. of June 26 at 7 p.m.In the Union

Millie Fogg Primitive Baptist Church witha
dw reception following In the
w Guest Of Honor home of Mr. and Mrs. DrewF.

On 89th BirthdayMembers .All Reddish.friends and relatives are '

Invited to attend.Mary's.
of the First Christian 7i4

Church gave a surprise Day 4/
D' birthday party last Wednesday
for Mrs. Millie Fogg on her CelebrationFather
89th birthday.
I Mr. And Mrs. David L. ShufordGloria The party was held In the THURFRISATLADIES
church fellowship hall with 43 James Cregan,St.Ed-
friends attending. Mrs Louise ward's pastor led Darlnhlnn-
and carried basket of mixed
Abraham and David Newman and Mrs. Jim Faulk- ers In a Mary's Day celebra-
Shuford were united In mar- spring Joe Shuford flowers.served his bro- ner presided at the punch bowl tion on Sunday, May 30, at 4 .
riage Saturday, May 22 at 7:30: and Mrs. Lonnie Fullwood P.m.Members
Shu ther as best man. of the First Holy
p.m. at the home of Mr. served cake. 4t'
ford In Lawtey with Rev. Don A reception was held In the Mrs. Fogg received many lovely Communion class participatedIn &
Denton performing the nup- yard where the bride's table gifts from her friends. the procession honoring the DRESSES AND Syr; a
tlals. was covered with a white linen Mother of God.Readings rat L
The bride Is the daughter of cutwork cloth and centered with Sandra DonaldsonTo from the Bible were ,, ,
Mrs. Jack Crawford of Law- a three tiered cake. At each given by men of the parish. "HOT PANTDRESSES k
tey and Mr. Shuford Is the son end of the table were arrange- Wed Mr. SandenThe Ladles of the parish led the j 14x "
of Mrs. John Shuford and the ments of white and yellow chry recitation of the rosary
late Mr. Shuford of Lawtey. santhemums. The two punch wedding of Miss Sandra Services closed with hymns '
The setting for the wedding tables also held arrangementsof Donaldson of Waldo to Edwin and Benediction of the Blessed Choose a from Short*n feahlondraaaea sweet .,"e ( y.pr,dfn1' 'p'e I
was In the yard before a gOlden white and yellow chrysan.. Sanders of Starke will be held Sacrament. Hot Pantdr.s..Inmanr '
arch flanked by arrangements themums. Friday, June 18, at 7 p.m. at Following services a covered atylaa. colas 4 .11... a ,',.. w,
of yellow and white roses the First Baptist Church In dish supper was served In the
mums and stock. Following a short wedding Waldo. A reception will be held parish hall with Mrs. Bob OUR REQ. SAVE
Given In marriage by her trip the couple are rentdlng la at the home of the bride. Blakewood, Altar Society Social TO $9.99 .
brother, Darrell Crawford the Lawtey. Relatives and friends are Invited Chairman, In charge of 23C
bride wore a long yellow and to attend. arrangements. YARD

white dotted Swiss gown with ... .,. ."-....--rn:1C: _!!fJ.-""''W-!I'II-! "'. ..'" '-J>t.w t
empire waist and long full .
sleeves. She carried a bou- I y4$ KNIT TOPS I #

quet of yellow roses.and ste- $700 NO-IRON 'j 1 I

fanotis.. I & JAMAICAS
t i
Mrs.: Darrell Crawford attended 1 "
as matron of honor. She DRESSMAKERFABRICS

wore a long gold chiffon gown ,

WWuunt-KeUy LADIES j

Date Set June 12 STRAW :leather'.trim Poly/COt.febriC blend
w.fln.ld. lip. $ in colorful prints, 44- 77 C"
Mr. and Mrs. John Williams OOLB PURSES P1 compartmentAIM.. shwdu.MENSBOYS" 377' _4 45' wide. Reg. SI.00
announce the approaching marriage -
of their daughter, Kathy,

Kelley to Jerome and Kelley Mrs.,Doris son of Kelleyof Clyde [ SPORTW 1lI

Brooker. The wedding will / v
take place Saturday, June 12, 'FOR
at 8:30: P.m. In the Sardls Baptist : SPORT-KNIT
Church, Worthington : OR DRESS

Springs, with a reception following -

Ing.All In the educational bulla i MENS

Invited friends to attend.Methodist and. relatives are rrR79: ; 20" Breeze Box SHIRTS [

Choir Fans $ *I% -

Has Swim Party -. h

2 speed per quiet 1283motoreate 4
Members of the First United functIonal BOYS
Methodist Children's Choir hada r' I. I plastic grids. 482$3
swim party and cookout Wed- : I rugged dependable GIRLS
nesday of last week at Kings- \I I'r performance. 3000 INFANTS
ley Lake. ttr'< CMF-1 yr. over the
The 38 attending Included counter guarentee. Limited Supply TODDLERS
members of the. choir and their
families. Accompanying the Perm press fabric In A'R
many styles & color 1WE
group were Mrs. A.J. Eaves, nLA
Mrs. Ralph DIggs, Rev. and S-XL. 14% to 17. L.T

Mrs. D.T Farabee, Mrs. Drew
Reddish, Mrs. Rex Anderson SENSATION
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green
Mrs. Gerald Boyce, and !Mrs. ..
OUR REG. 2.99 Sete. Tops & Shorts
Randy Johns. OF REG. TO 2.49 OF BOYS a-7 Jr. boys a9s.: Our Rag. to SI..4
After swimming In the afternoon -
meal a fire.
over camp

Brownie Picnic BIG LAWN ALUMINUM CHASE Save 12.47

Held At LakeFour CHAIR LOUNGE 3 $ 2 $ Open Man.9 6 thru. Thvrs. .
ta p.m.
5 5
Brownie troops enjoyeda Q2 Fri., Sot. 9 to 7 p.m. ;;; ;

swim party and picnic lunch Weather resistant $ Reel Iner of weather FOR FOR Open Sunday AHernoom '
Saturday morning at the D.W. webbing In white/ 347 resistant webbing I 100% cot. I poly/cot. 1 to 6
Whitten home on Kingsley Lake. green. Sturdy, non- In white/gre Chooae from many atylaa 13U 01.Sanforized Oenlm In etrlpea.. fanclae' 4 _
The 35 attending were Troop A perm prefa febrlcaIn In weeternatyllng.Indigo Solids w/frayed boltoniaSliee
tip I eaat. colore. e-te. s-18. to lees
blue In S-1o.rag.a ellm. Fbg.
404 with leader, Mrs. WMf-
fen; Troop 471 with leader,
Mrs. W.F. Rouse Troop 604 frame."I LADIES SANDALS I II
REG. 2.99
with leader, Mrs. Ed Wainwright OUR pr prIt I 1 T
r ..I I Spring> & .
PANTYHOSE I : tummar etylai w/orn-
; and Troop 370 with y LADIES.SLEEPWEAR I Jl; anwitescork. aolei.sitai 5/10.
leader, Mrs. T.A. Yawn. "' It i ''1
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Social SecurityRepresentative Girl Scouts Visit 'Anarchy U.S.A..'' To Be Shown By Birch Chapter

Of Interest To. membership of the Society.This invited to attend. AH FilmForums -
I Radio StationIn "Anarchy U.S.A." will be the and Study Groups are open -
presentation will be made Monday -
F! Here Mona Thurs. GainesvilleOn title sponsored of the by first the film Starke showing Chapter June 28, at 7:30: p.m. to the general for public.admission There!
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There will be no charge I
WOMEN of the John Birch Society; free-will donationNATURAL
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films however
William P. Fisher, Field Tuesday May 25, mem- Monday June 7. at 7:30: p.m. admission to see these be turned down.
of the Gainesville flub and all Interested persons are
Representative -
Girl Scout Troop 520 In the Lions on Water
bers of
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be in Starke each Monday and to complete part
Gainesville A AAA
t Thursday at the Civil Defense for their Don Champion Chapter Leader -
of the requirements
Building for the purpose of Radio-Television badge. Dave: of the local Birch Society HIGH"A
conducting social security bus said this film will be the first
i Burgess manager
iness. In a series of four films sponsored -
of the station greeted the Scouts
rti'y Persons who desire to make by the local Society as
applications for any type; of and .gave them an Interestingtour. part of the annual Film Fo- : FOL K MUSICAL ABOUT GOD'S SON"

New Arrivals social security benefits,secure On Wednesday the Cadettes rums. composed by
social security numbers, or hosted the sixth grade Junior's The second film will be"More
get any other social security from troop 605 and 614 for a Deadly Than War" a filmed RALPH CARMICHAEL & KURT KAISER

Information are Invited to see Court of Awards and Bridging lecture as a follow-up to "An- PRESENTED BY ;
Bradford County Hospital announces Mr. Fisher at the time of his Ceremony. Cadettes receiving archy U.S.A." and this will

the following births: y aye visit. badges and camping patches be shown Tuesday June 15,
Mr. and Mrs. James Nath- were Veronica Cummings MarIon at 7:30: p.m. The Youth Choir
aniel Mallard, Lake Butler a Cheryl Cum- The
Cummings, third showing in the series
May Jackson
daughter Dawn AnUsa 1' Mr. and Mrs. Tom
mlngs Martha DoSue Carol will be two film stripe-
27.Mr. spent Sunday with her parents Do.Sue Gwen Lee Vlvan Allen, one entitled "The United Na- OF THE
and Mrs. Carl Ray Fill- t ti Mr. and Mrs. Bill WallIn Sheila Mack, Selma Demps tions-Peace Dove Unmasked"and
yaw Starke, a daughter Kem- Alachua. Michael Wall, who Glenda Johnson, Belinda Naz- the other, "The Great First Baptist Church
berly Lynn, May 29. is with the Navy in Memphis worth Marilyn Chandler Deb Pretense How To Finance
Mr. and Mrs. Bob G. Fer- Term was home on leave. bie Gann and AUca Jackson. Communism while Ostensibly
guson announce the birth of a Cadette Cockettes were pre- Opposing It." These will be JUNE 5 8:00 P.M.
River- and Mrs. James A Griffin -
31 In Col.
daughter on May
sented to the Juniors to sym- shown on Monday evening, June
44" returned Saturday after a
side Hospital Jacksonville. \
bolize their advancement Into 21, at 7:30: p.m.
Maternal grandparents! are Mr. three weeks tour of ten coun- Cadette Scouting. Those presented The fourth and final film In BRADFORD HIGH
and Mrs. E.L. Matthews, and r rr rry tries in Europe.Mr. were Karen Glover,Jennifer the series will be a presen-
paternal grandparents Mr. and Padgett, Eollne Green, tation film on the John Birch
Mrs. V.R. Ferguson of Starke. and Mrs. T.B. Harding Debra Coleman and Joyce Fara Society"The Truth In Time," SCHOOL AUDITORIUMSLADE'S _
will visit their daughter. June -* -* w w-rf W rf w.* fc rf V W %k \ /
bee. followed; by a Invitation to those
in Atlanta over the weekend.
present to Join In the active

Local admittances to Brad- Mrs. Ella Moody and Mrs.
ford Coy Hospital this week Edith Christensen attended the
I Include: ,lames Gnann, Mrs. funeral of Mrs. Lila Moody In
Virginia Neats, Mrs. Ethel Casey a7 i/ Green Cove Springs Monday.Mr. .
Mrs. Minnie Padgett and *Loiv Prices
Donald SIlcox. Starke; Mrs. and Mrs. George K.Ben-
Anita Todd and Mrs. Mar- nett of Orlando are spending *
garet Sheppard, Lake Butler; several weeks at the Ryder WAY Top Quality
Hans Deese, Maxvllle; Ivory cottage on Kingsley Lake. Dr.
Hodge, Brooker; Irvin Rhoden q9BRS and Mrs. G.K. Bennett and ann Economical
and Larry Rhoden, Hampton; of Blacksburg. Va. arrive this Dependable,
Mrs. Raganhlld E.. Carlson, weekend for a ten-day visit.
Mrs. Daisy Hall and Mrs. I>ol- ..Fi SAVINGS I Service
Iv K. Burton. Kevatone Heights; Mrs. Mattte Milliard and
Mrs. Anna L. Cromwell, Put- daughter Alta, of Pompano
nam Hall: Mrs. Harriet Strick- Beach were Sunday guests of
land, Alachua; and Charles Mrs. T.D. Dyal. ,
Ross Jr., Ralford. \ ,.- ":
Mrs. Helen Rummell of Val- ,
Student Body President Len Register ana date
and Jack McComb rico is spending several weeks
Mr. Mra.
Kim in the awing of things at the JuniorSeniorProm
had Sunday dinner with Mrs. ) with her son-in-law and daughter p
(Photo Edward
Friday night. by Knight
McComb's mother, Mrs. Sally Mr. and Mrs. M.M. Mc-
Bellamy, In Inverness on her Rae.
75th birthday. Tropical! Paradise Used A s Theme WASHER
Mrs. C.W. Slade and Mrs.
For A nnual Junior-Senior Prom
Mrs. Charles Schaeffer and Philip Clark represented Gam- ----
Mrs. Loren Conner of Atlanta ma Theta Chapter at the Beta -- ---- Press Cycle
spent last Tuesday and Wed- "Tropical Paradise" was the tending danced to the music of Sigma Phi area luncheon at the { Permanent :
nesday with relatives here and theme fo r the annual BUS Jun- the Lynard Skynard rock band Flagler Inn In Gainesville Sat- I I
took Lawton L. Conner back ior-Senior prom held last Fri- from Jacksonville. urday Water Temperature Selector
with them for an extended vi- day night In the Armory. Refreshments included
sit. A tropical motif was carriedout snacks !hors d'oeuvres and tro- Mrs. Robert Eaves and daughters Water Level Selector
In the elaborate decora- pical punch which flowed froma of West Palm Beach were
Tom Pitch of the University tions. The walls were covered fountain. weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs.
of Virginia and Jan RItch of with a beach, sea and sky; mu- Sixteen members of the A.J. Eaves. i
Emory University are home ral and a yellow and green Sophomore class costumed as SAVE
for the summer. crepe paper canopy hung from beach boys and hula girls(com- Mr. and Mrs. Nick Crosbyand
the celling.Highlighting the decorations plete with grass skirts and son, Rufus Crosby of
Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson was a six foot tall lets) asslted In serving refresh- Gainesville were Sunday guests $25.00 $1 188
of Kingsley Lake left Friday tone waterfall and pool. ments and escorted guests to of Mrs. Nelson Green and fam-
for two months tour and The approximately 350 at- their tables. ily. --' '

fishing trip to the western . . . .,. . . . .. NOW
states and on to Vancouver, Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwin
Canada. and daughter. Cheryl I, of Arcadia t
Mrs. William Men Miss Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwin former State Farm residents ,
,Sandra Hugglns an4 Mlss.Phy- and daughter of Arcadia spent 1 1t'
will attend the
Mrs. Franes Stone of Wood- ... china and
llls Meng attended. the weekend here with rela-
bine, Ca. Is spending two weeks; shower honoring' Miss ation of their son. Cadet Jim ::
crystal tives. .
with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Red- Godwin, from West '
Patty Budd bride-elect, given theograduation a $
June 8. Enroute to
dish. The Reddish family also by Miss Marti Rickert in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Vernon SIlcox .
they will visit Mr. and
had as weekend guests, Mr.
Tuesday evening.Mr. and son, David; Mrs. George
Mrs. Garland Godwin in Cleve- .
and Mrs. W.F. Peacock and Brenda and
Roberts Sr.; land, Ohio, who will also attend -
family of Tallahassee.
and Mrs. Jerry Williamsof Richard Roberts, and Vicki the graduation.
Gainesville were visiting her Turner attended the Stetson University -
Mr. and Mrs. David Mont- Mr. and Mrs. TC.
parents l. graduation ceremonyin
Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early .
gomery and family were In
Chastain, Sunday. Deland last Sunday, where
entertained their soninlawand
Lake City Saturday at a family Mrs. Roberts marched In with
luncheon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.R, Andrews the graduating class and received daughter Mr. and Mrs. =
A.J. Eaves and
faintly at a L1 /
Rev. E.F. Montgomery
and family of Pensacola spent a half-century diploma. dinner party at the Pirates
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Clad In cap and gown, Mrs. Cove In Gainesville
Little Leslie Johns of Mac- eve
Levon Andrews. Roberts was one of the four
ning on the Eaves' 14th wed-
clenny Is spending Tuesday to
members of the class of 19,
Friday with her grandparents Miss Marilyn Bollinger of to receive the honor. WhileIn ding-anniversary.* ." 13.5 CU. ft.RefrigeratorFreezer.

Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Hitch. Samford University Birmingham Deland they were guests of Indian rain dances geesi( to
Ala. Is home this week Mrs. Pearl Booker
Steve Strickland will undergo be effective in producing it ua I I
before returning for the six w
leg surgery Friday In Ala- weeks summer session. George Roberta Jr. returned downpours, but the same can hotels to ,
double. Big
chua General Hospital.Mr. Sunday from Riverside Hospital be laid for picnics or H up

where he was admitted Tues- heidert. Ilia 132 Ibs. ,

Misses Ginger Baldwin, Jane day of last week for observa- TilE BRADFORD : 4 cabinet shelves, one
and Mrs. James Cash Crosby and Melody Cuttino will tion and treatment III hi
and! famllv of Orlando were return home this week from COUNTY TELEGRAPH slides out j

visiting her.parents, Sen. and Tin College for the summer. Judge Harry Dyer and Miss Published Thursday ii Twin vegetable bins 4 I
Mrs. Charley Johns over the every
Myrtle Dyer of Stuart were I I ,
weekend. Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Hoppeof Friday to Monday guests of at 1.18: W. Call Street ) Only 30V&& wide

Tampa were weekend visitors Mr. and Mrs. M.W. Cres ler. Starke. Florida 32091 I
Mrs. Shellle Gene and Mrs. of Mrs. O.L. Beasley and p1io I
Carolyn Redgrave visited Mr. Mrs. J.W. KIncaid. Richard Williams returned Second class postage paidat
and Mrs. Brad Locke and Saturday after undergoing sur- SUrke Florida.
family In Tampa over the gery last Wednesday In Ala- $ 00

weekend.Mr. LTC and Mrs. V.J. Spongier chua General Hospital.Rev. Subscription Rates: __iitit4..G 44iittt441. I 2 2 9
and daughter, and Mrs. In trade area: 15.04 per
and Mrs. Marc Jack- Emma Badman visited Mr. and DeWitt Farabee and J year; $2.75 six month W.T. 4
son and family visited Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Spengler and Mr. D. Yeager are attending the
Mrs. H.E. Smith In wmJ ton and Mrs. Roy Smith In St. annual Conference of the United Outside trade area: 13.50 Choice of Colors
last weekend. Augustine Sunday Methodist Church In Lake- per year; $3.00 six month
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Essay Football. (From Pan 1)) Mrs. Nora Sapp
Shocked. Shot At. Folk MusicalSet
.. (f From: Pogo 1)) in the Tornado offense. Services Set
Contest. David Newham,
a sophomore,
is the other defensive tackle This AfternoonMrs. / (f From: Pogo 1)) By Baptist
The House Is being asked read the bills; nobody knows but Illness has hampered him
this week to vote on bills which what they're voting for,he says. (From Peg 1)) all season. It Is doubtful how (From Pogo 1)) About a dozen lawmen started
were still In committee Monday. The House "has no regard much action he'll see >mor- Nora Belle Sapp 79, moving In on Batten from Youth Choir
Nobody has had time to for what Its doing. I Just can't qualified. row.. of Brooker', died Tuesday, June three sides and ha surrendered
Mrs. Sanders led Woman'sClub
taxes that "Before we determinethe Wright, McClellan Gasklns a without further resistance.
peas way. can 1. She was born In Bradford
The First Baptist ChurchYouth
The confusUon: has reached responsibility behind a privilege have all looked good at their delegation which asked County on Nov. 18. 1891. and According to the Clay Coun-
JacksonvilleBusiness such a state, Shaw says, that we should realize why old defensive end post, Hursesayi. for the funds because,they laid.co.ta had lived In the Brooker area ty Sheriffs office. Batten hada Choir will present Ralph
Carmichael and Kurt Kaiser's
Newcomer Reddish of the celebration will be total of six guns- three high
no member knows what Is necessary the Bill of Bights was written, Greg since mt. She was a mem-
to balance the bud- what the provisions of the Bill has shown much improvementover more than they had estimated. ber of the Christian Church.! powered andes, two 12 guage new musical "Natural High"at
get. Figures quoted as to how of Rights are, where the dangers the spring and is being An equal amount will be requested Surviving are two sons, Harry shotguns, a .22 pistol-- the Bradford High School
much money a certain tax will to civil liberties are,which groomed for defensive end. of the county, she ad- K. Sr.pp and Harold W. Sapp at the time of arrest. There Auditorium June at 8 p.m.
raise are continually being ,liberties the state and which Bobby Dyal will hold down ded. both of Jacksonville one daughter \ was also a large quantity of The 65 singers and 12 Instrumentalists
changed by the staff of the liberties the federal govern the middle guard post In the Mrs, Muriel Lee Kelley, ammunition In the mobile home have worked
Finance and Taxation Committee ment protects, as well as what five man line the Tornadoes .Authorized the City Pension Brookcir. ; a brother, Pierce and all guns were loaded and hard for several months pre
Shaw says. the safeguards are to preserveour ''will run tomorrow. His backup thods Board of to Investigate me- Crews, Lawtey; two sisters, ready for action, the sheriffs paring this exciting musicalfor
DirectoryAuto allowing retiring em-
For Instance Shaw said he civil liberties. Too often, Is David McCutchen. also Mrs. Mabel Sapp Lake Butler, office said. production.
to of their
was told that$33 million would United States citizens Just say, a letterman., Both will see quitea ployees keep part At and Mrs. Maude Richardson "Natural High" presents the
be raised by the previously) I've got the right so who cares 'bit of action at defensive city,group most employees Insurance.can't present afford Orar :;e I'trki;; eight grandchildren Christian life, not drugs, or
Sales and Service passed severance tax, removing where It came from. This attitude tackle. and three great-grandchil alcohol as the answer to the
to the because
high rates -
the exemption on ttw of nonconcern Is one of Lettermen Gary Melvin and pay dren.
sales tax retaining the three the many things which will cause Dennis Crawford will be at of their age, to keep the Funeral services were held Maxville rob..
Insurance after they leave the
Parrish Motor per cent tax on farm machinery civil liberties to be taken away. the two linebacker posts,backedup Blake Jackson at 2 ,jxm. Thursday In the De- sound as well as the text. Is as
and raising the sales tax This Is one of the worst mistakes by Wayne Lambus and Robin brought city group the matter to the coun- Witt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. Truck Stop and contemporary as today's news
RALES on automobiles to four per cent. ever committed by man- Parrlsh. cU's attention L. (Brown, minister, and Rev. paper.
SERVICE Monday, Shaw said, he was kind. Veterans Malachl Henry and L.L. Parker officiating. Interment RestaurantJ&S The part of the "doubting,
VOLVO told those measures wll raise Bernard Brown will be at the In Ben Is
FARTS -Planned to attend a meet- was Sapp Cemete.y ManagementOpen negative guy and gal" sung
only $B million. important cornerback posts in at New River Jimmy Crosby and Cheryl
Ing of the Florida Municipal by
today are envied Ute 24 lire.Ample .
Other estimates are that the defensive backfield. $kfZr- '
PhllllDS. while the 'posltvevoice"
because of their rights by those Utilities Association, of which
Always Good Vied Cam. taxes being considered will Wayne Tetstone will be a Dally 0-
raise $200 million. people who live In a communIstic safety, if he's able. Keith Tet- the city Is a member, Juno Parkin 'p VS?*. Is sung by the choir
Ml Laura SI. Ph. 35S-MM or dictator-type of government 23-25 In Key West and by soloists Gary Browning,
stone and Lennon
Attitude In the House, Shaw Levy will also
Old Mao Winter fa I Visit Onr Gift Shop Gayle Hatcher,Nancy Cay,Bob-
simply because they see a lot of action one of
Is that the Senate the
Is deep
ELECTRIC MOTORS wrong and the House will show don't have the right to express post Backing them up will be the Woman's Club $250 to pay ttoie guess who not only llngr Call 289-5111) For' Take Out by Mllner, Esther Romero" and.
the Senate It Is wrong.: Only themselves to the fullest ex- newcomers Billy Blgham, for fireworks to be used In a at the doorway but end Jet. 301 & 228 Beverly Strunk.
the House Appropriations Committee \\\tent. Whether citizenship Is a Cleveland Simmons, Eddie Ha- planned Fourth of July celebra- living up ipendlng die night on .the Maxville Florida The public Is cordially Invitedto
PEAVY Brother. room couch. ff
and the House Finance privilege and a responsibility zen. and Byron Flowers. tion. attend. .
and Tax staff understands the Is left entirely up to those in-
Electric Co., complicated structure, "or so dlvldualstllvlng In our society. -seww.wr------ a w n w w a s a w a w a w a s w w w a aaaaAe0L.....AaeAdAd9-dta-
A statement made by DwIghtD. -.- ------e7 sr.. ---- -------.......-we --- ------- - - -
Electric Motors The Senate passed an appropriations .- Eisenhower on a crusade In e
Sold Serviced Repaired bill and at the same Europe: .
Generators Staters Armature time, passed taxes Only If basically the demo-
enough to
Rewinding.+ fund the bill. A decision was cracy of our day satisfies the I

4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 made that any bill additional would be accompanied appropriations wants mental of, moral the masses, and living physical under Ie Join The Carrier Comfort 'Parade :

PIANOS by a tax bill to It, can it continue to ex- '
finance It, Shaw said. lit e
YAMAHA PIANOS The House, on the other hand, This explains that only If I .
people governed are satisfied
CONN and KIMBALL $100 passed- million an appropriation- plus "out bill of can a government continue e r V Vr .
; : whack." $20 million Is slated to exist. Citizenship Is a privilege I. .
for higher education and $37 and and responsibility
million Is planned for people- because of the simple fact that I. ee
rich and tax-poor counties suchas In order to have a privilege ee

Dade, IHllsborough, and Or- there must be a responsibility .
ange. The equalization measure -
won't help his district "Even though some of the 4 .
citizens of the United States
that Shaw
much says. 0e 4 e
What It all amounts to, Shaw take advantage of the rights presented -
says, Is that the Legislaturehas to them, the governing 4 .
no controlled method tax- body Is still In the process of e 4
KIMBALL Ing and no controlled spend making new laws to help pro e
tect and strengthen Individual 4
ing. "There is very little consideration -
R.o>evelt Mall-38&- 1. being given business rights. Therefore, whatever SS S
or the Individual.: happens In our government, individual -
WESTERN STORE For Instance a Senate bill rights are respectedmore l -- S
would charge $2,000 for a liquor so than anything else. .
dealer's license. How Justice Wllllon O. Douglas has ii
LITTLE DUDE would that hit a dealer clearIng said: e
$8-10,000. Shaw asks?Other We may never reach perfection .
Western Store measures would raise the dri of the Ideals of the Se I
ver's license cost $1 and would Bill of Rights. But there Is
remove the exemption now no earthly reason with educaI I. %
Western Clothing Leather tion and organization It cannot
granted motor boata under 10 .
goods. Saddles and Trailers horsepower. Those are examples become an Increasingly potent ee
Charles & Sharon Petty Shaw says,of moves which force In the everyday lives of e I
902 8. Ed ewood 34-1210 hurt everybody. our people. The extent of a I
community's respects of the
human rights of all of Its citizens :
Is the
FURNITURE Legislature :
Is In fact the measureof
billed as the best educated ever.
What happened?" Its progress In civilization. !yr ,
BAXLEY CHAIR "That Is,democracy is somewhat r Carrier

Furniture Discount Anything. those and minus anybody a powerful, especially Is process like unfinished always advancingtowards work; it Total Central Heating And Air Conditioning '

lobbying machine, Is the tar- fulfillment. It releases -
Living Room get of a House leadership which the energies of every human -

Dining Room '! .N has they the see power the needs to tax of the and state think. every being.governmental That Is official to say and, : INCLUDES UP TO 7 OUTLETS 1 RETURN 80,000 BTU $

BedroomWHOLESALE.,J the Bradford legislator Individual are working together
.. each day developing ways to FURNACE 2 TON AIR CONDITIONER

PRICES gotten less satisfaction strengthen our way of govern 1295e
from this session than any other ment.
648 Carnal 1 Block from 1-10 ''ve ever served."
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Mating' by ComputerIs SENIOR CITIZENSMuch *" itieD. EXAMINATIONjWILL

Costing Floridians Cash games were played, and songs to atop the lip service and give I I
ter Richardson volunteered to
Is happening In and attention to the
We to citizensof
were sung. see
around our Club these days.A audit our treasurer's books at this new unit of Senior Citizens our State and to this most I BE ADMINISTERED
that could describe their j
Florldlans across the state don surprise awaited us as we our next Ex. Bd. Meeting. In Bradford County important project which has
are complaining that they have personalities Happy Birthday greetings to
entered the Center at our last An article Page 2 of SenIor been 10 years in the making:
on -
been victimized by a computer For a fee several hundred meeting. Ceramic pieces were Peg Richardson Happy Wedding
Citizens News National and which will be transferee! Week Of j
our The
dating service. The company, dollars, the company promisesthe donated to us for Bingo prizes Anniversaries to Bill and Hazel list Into Legislation which will affect : During
which claims to find clients "Ideal mate";;however,this by Mrs. Georgia Rayburn Richards, Ernie and Nora of newspaper, printed a at least 26 million per ,I
"ideal mates", is apparently is often not the case. Clients Gilder Ed and Lilly Roberta. 40fypesolprescrlpUondrug
Director of Ceramic Classes,
and the entire 1971I
been sons populationIn
that have found to be in-
costing people thousands of dollars rarely see the "Ideal mate" Rec.Dept., to whom we send Vice Pres. Bill Richards and effective. Senior citizens and years to come. June 14 Thru Juno 18,
the fee that was paid In Alex
annually. or his wife, Hazel and and
our sincerest thanks. We must
others advised to check this now begin to think
According to the Florida Department advance, since many times the Two of our former members, Emma Morton attended the list are the of Senior Power to reward our I *
answer questionalre
of Agriculture and company disappears without Friends of the Library meet-
Art and Irma
Lockwood, returned friends and punish
it our enemies.
and send to the National
Consumer Services, Potential fulfilling any of its obligations. lag May 27. Bill Richards accepted REGISTER
to their home In Keystone Council of Sen. Clt, Wash., Almost all of us will reach 1 LAST DAY TO
clients are contacted personally Consequently, letters of Inquiry Height after a sojournof an award for the Senior die of
age retirement and I
D.C. as they are preparing a so
by the dating service representative are usually left unanswered or 5 In Bradenton. They Citizens Club. Emma Morton 2 1971
years damage suit against the drug all of us should give consideration WILL BE JUNE I
received little attention.
who and Hazel Richards volunteeredto
gets personal rejoined our club and we are manufacturers to have the and thought as to how II I
Information such as hobbles, Another step that may occur happy to see them back.It tend shop at the Things and we will live out our elderly
returned to the that
physical descriptions,home addresses In this fraud Is that the Stuff store on Call St. Tues., people I Times:
was good to see Alex and these worthless years. We believe that the Legislation Given at The Following :
was spent on The GED Will Be
and addresses of victims :
any other informa- names Emma Morton back again after June I. We hope to get more forged from the White
may be sold to advertising help rounded for this
a trip to the Bahamas. up pro House Conference
White House Confer on Aging P.M.
the :3:00
firms which result in much Monday thru Thursday1:00: to : I
ject. Proceeds of sales to
them- go
They thoroughly enjoyed
Department of Transportation which will affect the Nation
ence on Aging approaches,manyregional t
Special Traffic Regulations unwanted mall. selves and are already plan- the Library Building Fund. meetings have been needs the closest scrutiny, attention 3:00: to 6:00: P.M. and 7:00 to 10 P.M.
If you have a complaint of ning to do it again sometime.Al On Thursday, May 20, my and action. Shape Up! I ,
Notice is Hereby Given: this nature, contact the Flo- & Irene Nichols and Wal- wife, Dorothy and I helpedto State held to Senators hammer and out policy.Representatives AU As Oliver Wendell Holmes Friday too A.M. to 5:00: P.M. ,
rida Department of Agricultureand launch a new Senior Citizens t
That the of "To be 70
Department says
were notified in advanceto years young
Cosumer Services, the Capitol -
Club at RJE in Reno.
Transportation at its meeting is sometimes far more cheer- I II
attend a final Florida Conference Area
Tallahassee. At
With t
the of Thel- Administered
cooperation To Be
of May 20, 1971 gave consider- Portage rates go up. So to wrap up 39 pages ful and hopeful than to be 40
ation, to the requests relatingto soon after Mothers Day, sad ma Dixon and her staff of the listing the priorities and needs year old." t II Vocational Technical Center I
special traffic regulationsand already the monthly letter to Neighborhood Service Center, of the aged. Only one State Our next meeting will be June
in each case made a review Boat Owners Mom U not In the budget. 24 seniors who attended, were A Senator attended. That was Sen. 8, Rec. Center, 1 p.m. t FEE FOR GED BATTERY IS $3.50 OR $2 I II
served a delicious lunch.
of traffic investigation
William Bishop of Lake .
short talk was given by me, City.It I FOR EACH TEST J
report, along with the recommendations is time for our legislators -Joe Kerrigan e S _
of the engineerat Must ObtainCertificates % a e a e a S S e S e e

the location or locations
described below:
Bradford County, Road 200,
Section 28010In Starke as
Exlatinir Sneed Restrlctions- Florida boat owners must obtain -
From SLD MP 7.100 to SLD 1971-72 registration certificates -
MP 7.348 60-55-45 MPII. prior to July 1 it was
From SLD MP 7.346 to SLD announced by Randolph dodges, PRICE
MP 7.950, Northbound lane- executive director of the Department f'
*5 MPI1. of Natural Resources.The i ;
From SLD MP 7.346 to SLD certificates go on sale i CST :;

MP 7.950, Southbound lane- 30 June 1.Pleasure I 1. fij1
M I'll. boat owners must a reJ

Recommended Changes- register their craft through .
From SLD MP 7.100 to SLD their respective county tax col- -
MP 7.490, distance 0.390 ml. lector's office or sub-agency,
60 MPII Cars, 50 MPH Trucks. and commercial boat owners rri .\\t- r :
From SLD MP 7.490 to SLD can register through the Bu-
MP 7.800, distance 0.310 ml. reau of Licensing and Boat I I ,,,. l"fttl." '(.' ..4 t. THI ENTIRE CHAIN IS CILHRATINO THI GRAND OPENING OF OUR NIWEST STOII,
45 MPII Speed Zone. Registration in the Department _i.ii I LOCATID AT 1516 10th AVEi COLUMBUS PLAZA, TAMPA, VLA.rIIDAY .
From SLD MP 7.800 to SLD of Natural Resources, Larson
MP 7.950, distance 0.150 ml. Building, Tallahassee. ,
30 MPII Speed Zone. Present boat registration
On motion duly made and certificates expire June 30, .....-
seconded, the above traffic and Hodges said, and boat owners a MINCE-0-MATIC AVIATOR OR TERRY CLOTH
speed regulations were deter- should take their old certificates .
mined to be reasonable and necessary with them when making ADVERTISED ON MIRROR SUNGLASSES
upon the basis of the application for renewal. TV FOR $3.99
engineering and traffic investigations (Hodges stated further that a --- h. MIL!
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therefore given for the estab- dence of a title having been FREE-FOOD LAn.GLAMOnR'ZER
lishment of same and the plac- Issued for his boat, or If the o g I i -
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signs as indicated; also, for owner will be required to make grater, ricer y, ,
the elimination of existing con- Ores Ttmptrt lorfloxlbl blender & !ul cer.
application for a title when \ Optical hinges For split or solid
trols where this Is Indicated. applying for re-registration. limit*. ,1 W
( '''ow r temples Assort
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Tom Webb, Jr. Director \ ? : :
Department of Transportation

When a wife reminds her

Mailed To Bradford County husband that they're/ not getting
any /younger, he can ofume )
Telegraph, May 27, 1971
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IN 111E COURT OF lug described Issues of bonds
i" Second, Fourth, Fifth Sixth
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT all dated March 'I. 1971 or June ,
IN AND FOR LEON 'I. 1971. all bearing Interest at Eighth Twelfth Thirteenth IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF of the fictitious name of V-4 Deputy C lerk
I COUNTY FLORIDA not Eighteenth Nineteenth and FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL Cab Company, under which wa! I, Crouch catlon of the property described -
exceeding the maximum legal Twentieth Judicial Circuits of THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR agan, Anderson hI below from Rl-B toKlC
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- are engaged In business at 121
ReCi'vil5ease I
In rate olds
the State of Florida by mall / Santa Fe Shores S/D.
State School FORD COUNTY.Betty North Temple Ave.
Botch the Starke
time of the sale thereof FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. Attorneys for Plaintiff
this 17th day of May AD,1971. This change In classification
No. Marie Marsh Plaintiff Bradford, County
11-855 and all maturing In annual Installments ,. Civil Action No. Fla. ",0. Box 1307Gainesville
State Board of Education of on March I or June ARNOLD L. GREENFIELD v. Richard Dean Marsh Defendant. IN RE: Adoption of Ronald 1'.,\. Patrick 51",, 6316 Elise Florida to Is be subject held to a public June hearing
1 Florida, a body corporate under I of the years 1974 to 1992 Attorney for Plaintiff Wayne Ellis a minor Drive, Jacksonville, Fla., 1971 on Tuesday, 29,
I the Constitution of the State Inclusive, said State School Room 627, Larson Building NOTICE OF ACTION BY: Tasco Lucas Lee and his LaVerne Patrick 40! ';, B316 5/27 4t 6/17 Commission at 7:30: p.m. In the County
d'of Florida. Plaintiff vs. The Bonds Toi: Richard Dean Marsh,residence Elise Drive, Jacksonville, Fla. room of the Bradford -
being Issued by the State Tallahassee, Florida 32304 wife Gertrude M, !Lee ; ,
/ I State of Florida et al.. De- Board of Education for and and address unknown. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Owners. --- time County all courthouse at which
(fendanU. on behalf of the School Boardsof 5/28 3t 610wwnca You are notified that an action : Billy Joe Ellis whose Dated this 2IUi day of !May NOTICE be heard persons for Interestedshall
tor divorce or against
has been filed
the School A.D. 1971 at Starke Bradford
Districts In the residence Unknown
ORDERTo Counties against :you and you are required : County, Morlda. 5/2741 6/17 May 2fi, 1971 tile proposal! as specified in
named below In or enKiurv sALeotac. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Leonard C, Adams and May- the Zoning Code
the state of Florida and amounts and Series U h.r*> several property as follows: P.*T>. R.*rtl.. .h Bh.rkTf of BradMM written defenses If any to It petition for adoption of the above _. ____. me A. Adams, wife has made County
; owner. .
the County ii.rlda under and named child has been filed by
on A.Z. AdWns, Jr., Pialntlfi'. Application to tile Bradford
taxpayers, citizens and the County Amount Series by virtn* of Writ of KxcautloaExecution Tasco Lucas Lee and his wife IN: / THE .
having or claiming "'o WItI attorney, whose address Is Ill CIRCUIT COt'HT OF County Zoning Hoard for rcclassiflcnUon Torode, Chairman
others any ( lirmcil out of Htnall" S.W. Third Street Gainesville Gertrude M. Lee and you are FLORIDA, riGHTH JUDICIM. of tile property Bradford County Zoning
title Interest
right or in the Cadsden $450,000 C Claim, Court ef Bradford c<>u"- required to serve a of '
property; to be affected by the Indian River tri. florid pursuant to. w final. Florida on or before June 21st, copy CIRCUIT IN: AND I FOil BRADFORD described below from HI-A to Hoard
by the State $175,000 C |uit.m.nt far Town Flnane 1971, and file the original with your written defenses, if any, COUNTY, FLORIDA.! Kl-C
issuance of Board Bradford $100,000 D Company and a."I".t SidneyIrlffli the Clerk of this court either to It on Theron A. Yawn Jr., CASE: NO.: 962 S 1/2 of :lE; : 1/4 and die 6/3 2t fl/IO
Education ,
of Florida a body Lake ( Jr. and Orlffl -
( State $750,000 D In the nmrnint Thafea' so to.r before service on Plaintiffs Petitioners' Attorney whose S.F.: Sapp, Plaintiff-vs-Lou- N 1/2 of Sel/4! of Sec. K,
iuoentttto of Florida Nassau $475,000 D thir r with costa of eolloctlon.H attorney or immediately: address Is P.O.Box 340, Starke. ise Auvll Sap, Dcnfendant. Tp. as, K 22 i P.: a parcel con- ---
Section 9 (d) Seminole $700,000 D .... Ml lull end" hsv. In mycaiMntnn Florida, 32091 on or before( the LEG \NOTICE!;
Article XD of the Conatitution 4h! following Axmrl- thereafter; otherwise a default !NOTICE; !: Ol M'I r taining 51 acres, more or less
of Florida Collier $275,000 E aM D.r.....al l property to Wit I will be entered against you for 12th day of July, 1971, and file TO: Louise Anvil Sapp, Place as recorded in IJI) GO!), 1'. 286 I will not I be responsible for
of of $7.155,000 Sarasota $650,000 G UU ChivroUt Pick Vo lie relief demanded In the Com the original with the Clerk of of Residence and Address I'n- of Public Uecords of Bradford any debts made by anyone other
State School Bonds, issued for Lee $180,000 I Truck Y.ItowTitl plaint. this Court either before ser- known County "Florida, less portions limn myself. !Mrs.C.r.. Hough.{
and on behalf of the School Leon Laaht
Boards of the School Districts Duval $500,000 I eNNo. .MWnlin WITNESS my hand and the vice on Petitioners' attorneyor oi'KI' : in'KI' in "NOTI-( deeded. 6/3
the Counties of Bradford $600,000 L 1. D. J4o. m I" A lUlU seal of this court on May Nth Immediately thereafter; 1 PIED that S.E.: Sapp has filed This change In classification 4 tp G/21
of $1,500,000 N A* the pronarty ahoy. ItTL otherwise a default will be entered Is subject to a public hearingto
aOdth a Complaint for Divorce
Collier, Duval, Gadsden, Hills- that against/
Hlllsborough muncd w nrt nt* oaMonday against, for the
$800,000 Q : you relief ---
borough, Indian River, the Ht" day of Jun at you in the Circuit Court of be lie Id on Tuesday, tune I 29,
Lake and twelve ..'"1,11 noon on rid ".y GILBERT S. BROWN demanded In the Petition. I Florida, I-Ixhth: 'Judicial (Circuit 1971 at 7:30: p.m. In the County IF WE DON'T NAVE J"fwe'U
Lee, Leon, Nassau, Pine lias. IT IS of the. Brad Clerk of the Circuit WITNESS! my hand and dIe Commission U Offlo
Sarasota and Seminole Florida FURTHER ORDEREDthat f ra Cb us"'liait. I will offer Court In and for Itriclford' (Count room of the Bradford set foryou..
this Order be publishedonce for eale and. mil toi the "hl..heblddor .t seal of said Court at Starke, >", and you are requited to County courthouse which Supplies! Furniture, Kcjulpaienl. -

", described hereinafter, or more to be particularly affected Inv each week for three consecutive ".for.'.....' ate pmnertY' of rhe.ald atmve "- By: Beulah M. Moody 1 1971.Morlda this 21st day of May serve a copy of >'OUI'nswer time all persons Interested Bradford County
thereby weeks In a newspaper ..f.nuvt> ta latlaty the afore- DePlCJClerk or ple.iding to the, l nmplnint shall be heard for or against Trlrrraph.
any way : published In rid r.'XM.t/nn./ GILBERT S. BROWN, As tile proposal,
State of each of the Coun- upon I'lalnUffs attorneys, 1 1.1- as sici-ifled In
The Florida through ties of Bradford P. n Reddldh..herlffer.dMrd 1/20 4* 6/10 Clerk of Said Court the Zoning 'ode of Bradford
the State Attorney. for tile Sec- Collier County. FI..IIS& gan, Crouch \nclerson I olds,
ond, Fourth Fifth Sixth Gadsden, Hlllsborough Indian ,..201' Beulah t1 t. 212 ".1 I I' IrK! Street. 1'.n. Box County. J & SBarBQuePit
By Moody
Fiver, Lake Lee 1307
Leon Nassau Gainesville, I lorlcl.i. and
Eighth Twelfth, Thirteenth Deputy Clerk. '
JUDCEtS file lolin 1 erode, Chairman
Plnellas, Sarasota ana NOTICE I will "rlglnalnl'\\('" or
Eighteenth, Nineteenth and : not be
Twentieth Judicial Circuits of Seminole, Florida, the first COURT OF BRADFORDCOUNTY sible for any debts made respon-by 5/27 4t 617NOTICE pleading In the' office of the Bradford County Zoning YUill'In./ -ts.
,I Florida, and the several pro- publication In each of said newspapers FLORIDA. IN PROBATE anyone other than myself. Paul Clerk of the, above Court on Board JOHN .'\: SAU.MI HEm
to be not less than twen- or before tune 30ih( 1971.! Ifyou is; :NOW 01'1"\1
perty; owners taxpayers, citizens : Wayne Black. 41p. 6/17 : OF INTENI'IOV: / : TOREr.ISTER 6/3 2tp fall
and others ty (20)) days prior to the date IN RE: Estate of Mary C. PI* to do so, Judgment .
having lt.llt It ( :
ort -
FICTITIOUS NAME by Default will be
Deceased. taken
hereinabove chowsM : against
set for the hearing
claiming alright, title .. ..
t or you for the relief Our l Cu iiuu i
In form, times and demanded
; man- NOTICEI
t'r interest In property to be affected ner as required by Chapter NOTICE OF FILING FINAL !Notice: Is hereby given that In the ( omplalnt. "M onn> : Hits 0 ii.m. lit petit
by the Issuance by the 75 REPORT AND APPLICATIONFOR the undersigned under the pro- :flay :26! 1971 The
State Board of Education Florida Statutes will not be responsible for Finest Pit in lit...
of DONE AND DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR visions of Chapter: 20,953 Lawsof )IMTVD: this 211th> daof M.iv' Mr. tames Ai'. Koblnsou and
at aldebts Incurred by Call 7Si.J7l7:! : 1 FUI' TjiU-
Florida, a body corporate of anyone Mr. ll.r.. Wolf !in !
Florida, Acts of 1941, will A.D. 1971. ( behalf of
Tallahassee Florida this 17th
_the State of Florida of $7.- day of May, 1971. Notice .Is hereby given that other than 5274t myselfllattlc 6/17 E. register with the Clerk of the CII.HP?:UTS. (11"R'1Clerk /) : owners of property In Santa Out OrdersIA..atetl
155,000 State School Bonds, I have died my final reportof Circuit Court, In and for Bradford of tile Me Entitled: Fe Shores has made Application ; On :301;
hereinafter more particularly W. MAY WALKER Executor of the Estate of County: t lorlda upon proofof Court to the Bradford Count Law ley, Fla.
described or to be affected in Judge of the Circuit Courtof Mary C. PlechowsM: deceased; publication of this notice in Betty Edwards :Zoning Hoard for ro-classlfl-

any way thereby are hereby the Second Judicial Circuitof that I have filed my application : -
required to appear before the Florida, In and for Leon for distribution and for
Circuit Court of Leon County County ,
; final discharge and that on
.' Florida In the Second Judicial June M 1971) I
A true copy will apply! to
at the Courthouse Circuit of in said Tallahassee State-, Attest: the Honorable Theron A. Yawn t8 STARK E'S
Paul F. Hartafleld County Judge of Bradford County
Florida, on the 25th day Florida for approval of
Clerk Circuit Court
of 1971 at
June eleven o'clock
Leon County? Florida aid final returns and for an
''A.M., and show cause why the
Order of Distribution and for
prayers of the Complaint filed By Jane G. Sauls, D.C.CERTIFICATE.
final discharge as Executor of
5 in the above proceedings should the
Will of Mary C. Plechow-
not granted and the$7,155,000State -
lid :
School Bonds therein described It Is hereby certified that a deceased.17th day of May I PRICES !
and the proceedings copy of the foregoing Order 1971. e
heretofore had authorizing the to which Is attached a copy 320 S. WALNUT STL .

issuance thereof validated and of the Complaint referred to Chauncy: E. Warner Jr., M SUPERMARKETSSIRLOIN
confirmed, said State School therein has been furnished to Executor of the Estate of Mary
Bonds consisting of the follow- the State Attorneys for tile C.: Plechowsld. deceased.:


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Business DirectoryAUTO CASE NO.Mary _

Lee Napier Plaintiff .
Donald Defendant. nor 11
vs. Napier
SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES To: Donald Napier 21 South

.j Eureka Street, Columbia Ohio.

BRASINGTONCADILLAC You are hereby notified that ) NOMI OI1MONTIr FRESH ; MM*** It T M *If A,
an action for divorce has been TRASH CANLINERS HUNT'SCATSUP 44jq. INSECT I INSTANT
Johnson & Faris Inc.
: OLDSMOBILE filed against ;you and you are pag. MILK

SALES & SERVICE, required to serve a copy of NESTCAHAU
SEEDS PLANTS ;your written defenses If any
Fine Selection of Used Cars to It on Elsie S. Sanders, Attorney
'S *
Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS AUONi
f Taken On Cadillac Trades for Plaintiff whose address -
I 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-3301 Is 138 West Call Street

:! Starke. Florida, and file the
P rr We Rent Fertilizer Spreader original with the Clerk of the '
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476 above-styled Court on or before 1211:;
June 21, 1971! ; otherwisea I

GLASS Judgment may be entered STEAKCHUCK
r against you for the relief demanded
4 wheel drive and oars In the Complaint. STEAKS

, Sale., Parts, Service WITNESS my hand and the
Clean Used Toyotas LIDDELL seal of said Court on this 17th

'' 1700 N. Main 376126&I day of May 1971.! (rrrlrla : <

I .,; beauty Academy ."Glass Glass For Company Every Purpose" GILBERT Clerk of S.Said BROWNAs Court <<:. D $1.19J Ll'fJ! w$119JLfr 63 LB

POWELL'S Store Fronts-Mirrors MY: Betty; Edwards

..1 Tub Enclosures.-Showers Deputy Clerk __ .
; '' ,
Beauty Academy ,: ,; '
Furniture Tope Olaes Re-

-earn a Profession In Your placed 5/20 4t 6/10 falllilysize i Miracle Whip .MAO BtlttlNO It Of !*. 59c '7Sr 164I APPLE I1mJ! )

pore Time. Full or Part Time NEW LOCATION
,} 219' NW 10th 378-2766 O'ftC1'J' Strawberry Preserves ':' ':':;' 59c age ,ed ,

ELECTRIC MOTORS 1228 So.378-8191 Main :Gainesville 1102MEN'S SUMIISTKM Notlc. /u rtCTITIOlS...nrrwrrrow....,. adv.:. .MAM taM TW DRIVE I Sunaid Grape Jelly ," 45c s3r et IZI PIES WfTH* *tniMviaif .
a.* ...orol........ nwfcr .
the I2QJ
'\' ..Mon. or pro. INZVMI DfTIRGCNT Sunaid Apple Jelly .. ," 39c 451 de ? o
.* Florida. A tts'w 1741. will
WEAR SnoW'. L'I: |uw a an4.ir of nui.W. mlurt$1/ Suave Shampoo '.'..r:0,1Suave '',: :. oo'"..". 2/$1/ S hat Set L LPantry

Motor Repair Co.Of MNos' eo.a..,.. 5101141. ens g9 ... .
ft: of ..IIc&ttn": ... Hair Spray :m.' n o .o 49c sae wt 220 39)

Gainesville, Inc. .AaH OY ;IABRICe: seder wl ONLY ,."" .". 49c
Hair Spray .; .: o'' o: Set hoe
Repairing Rewinding STAG 'N DRAG {ok lam teiwaired la ..alaea. Bra2. _ ,

New and Used Starksr 'P.* S White Rain Hair Spray "::;;I':' 99c SI.28 291

18 N. W. 16th Ph. 373-8318 t1 tl Arrow Griffon Shirt-Florshelm Suite Shoe 110 ate( $44! 1A.rI. Oak feu, W rla..wa.ee, Get Set Hair Spray ':' :' ';"t:' 49c S9t Ice r
10VERS Formal Rental JO.." .1-\\...t el.eew a.Ja Pride Halo Hair Spray :;': .c : 49c see lot urrutJJ gr1f111 i'tll
Holsum Peanut Butter ':.?' 69c lee 1De
Lone Distance Moving 2 STORES-.13 W. UNIVERSITYand
Storage Packing GAINESVILLE MALL NOTICE COFFEE Potato Chips 'M":.::' 38c 39e 21e 4

Crating Shipping May 26, 1971 made Rice-A-Roni .sssx?: 3/$1/ S 1.17 17. \. .....
Mr. Talbot McCoy
II Free Estimates Call
); MUSICBALDWIN Application to the Bradford Chinatown Rice ..0. n.,0 39c 4Sc derrrlrllr .

' ;', County Zoning of Board the property for reclassification ;- 11.1&11 LB 59 Long Grain Rice .r". ;.. 39, 41t 6t V 18 10

described Kl-C for one below Mobile from Home RIto on BAG Colgate Instant Shave "U'r.r. : ; 39c 49t hoe ..,

PIANOS& ORGANS his property; In Section 17, Pantry Pride Salt It .0. 9c lOt It
CMoJci Township 6 South, Range 22 :..: :. .ou' '::' /RESNSWIfTrlLLOw
or TM AJmsTr :
... Cake MixesToaster 'rromrem". 29c
3/89 2
Van Service Inc. East parcel account 12229. q, 0 c sr

M40 N.E. Wahlo R4., G'vine *haaMUSICeoo'v'iu. is This subject change to a In public classification nearlnr Pantry Pride Spray Starch"" .' 29c 3St 6c Pastries ,?:o,pt:::: 3/95c/ 3/1.00 Sc CORN mtSH CHUN h'. '. .... ...:."..".. .... .. 6,.

... t to be held on Tuesday, June 29, Laundry Rinse '...". ..UO(* 69c 79c lot Pantry Pride Flour .. 37c 39e 2t
1971 at 7:30 p.m. In the County CABBAGE .!...., .74PMSH
Commission room of the Brad- Kiwi Shoe Polish .", ,t. c.. 32c 33c le Fyne Bake ShorteningTown I. u.. 59c 69e 10c LAItOI JUICY tll O NIALEMONS

AUTO SALES SERVICE Shopptaff Ctr. msssaFarm ford time County all persona courthouse Interested at which Glory Foam Rug CleanerMill '00' $179 SI,19 Ilk Talk Syrup ."" 49c 39* 10f ..., 12-48

! Tropical Pontiac and shall be heard for or againstthe
Industrial proposal as specified in

Inc. Equipment the Zoning Code of Bradford

County.-John Torode, Chairman M ig k W p1 WMOil HKIPINKAPPLK> POTAYOKSYELLOW

Santa Fe Tractor, Bradford County; Zoning

I, Factory Authorised FORDFarm Board 4/95

6/3 2tp> 610LEGAL
Pontiac Tractors & Implements
lyitiDtr tow ma rl tvitrttr low nut ri intrni 10* mat nmw itw ntai i mtinr low niit\nir tru*ma t f mirso tew niai\mtnti tow matSTMAWBIHIIV
Sales-Parts-Srvice USED EQUIPMENT
. NOTICEI w w w
, 2101 N. MainGaimsvHIe SALES PART SERVICE!: : will not be responsible for n CREAM COTTON TOOTHPASTE :

Fla. any debts made by anyone other FRENCH SWABS
4488 N. W. 6th 37S-2S48 than myself. Ernest W.Allen. SHORTCAKE PIES FRIES SPRAY HOLDERS

, 372-2583 GAINESVILLE FLA. 6/3 4t 6/24 as 49< 88< l 4lJune

3. 1971 Telegraph Page 9

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Final S Scrimmage S et BPOE Trims Coke Norman, Colonial

Lead Pace Women's PlayColonial
For Bantam
For JV Footballers

Florist and Nor- STANDINGSColonial 5-0, hMt4
Friday at 6:30: Bradford High "This year the team will runa B.P.O.E. moved a half game In a real flue ball game? for the win. man's physical Farm are fitness surely from reaping the 'Norman's, Koch's' M,Barretts :
5-. defense with a monster Coke had only four hits off ; '--1
'junior varsity footballers will' into first place In Bantam base- 0-8.
Women's Softball ,
League pri-
Discount scored their two the pitching of Dinky Kilby, but
hold their final scrimmage of man which makes It look more ball standings by edging the
the like a six man lino. From this previous league leaders 6-.. runs in the first Inning and led Dinky had very little fielding marily In running--bases. scr EDULE- *
season. he will be stunting a lot. The Coke led for most of the 2-0 until the fourth when Po- support. Rod Hall, Key Aycox, Colonial Is undefeated In five Friday, June 47:30: Colo- Charley' tJahn.
"This time we will try to secondary will play man-to- game having scored two runs lice came up with four runs Mike Coleman, and Chris Mos games and Norman's has lost nial vs Norman's 9 Bar-
match: the teams as even as man, zone, and a combination in the first for a 2-0 lead and on only one base hit, which ley had Coke base hits. once to Colonial. rett's vs Koch's. ; p.m.
possible," Coach John Allen of the two. made it a 4-0 lead by platingtwo was the only hit Police had. Police had six hits and were
said. "It will be a game type led by Dinky Kllby's and JimPrevatt's
for kick The ball team Is now' downto more runs In the third Good base running was the _
scrimmage except two hits each Dean
inning. B.P.O.E. scored all six
35 players. At nose guard key to the Police Win. Discount -
offs. Brown and James Crlffls each
will be John McCutchen: and of their runs with a big rallyin collected five hits off Police About This QUesUOII:
had hit.RESULTS
"Four key players Timmy Mike Gaskins. the bottom of thA fifth. Each pitcher Stu Rayourn, but one
Crews, Joey Bakkln, Donnie Line backerTommy Red- team hud only four hits. they were well spaced. Andy "I-ast fall, my power saws
Thomas, and Marshall Clover- Ken Crews and Mike Kitchens each MAY 25- build-
dish,Joey Thomas, Fred StarlIng Aycox led Coke going stolen from the
settle will not play Friday and and Clinton Selles. two-for-three, while Roy Hart had two hits, and Jeff Jockel DISCOUNT 9 Bryson City were fell from
are lost for the rest of spring and Chris Mosley each had had one. Jim Prevatt had Po- COCA COLA I ing site planking
practice." Tackle Ken Fuqua, Steve hit. For B.P.O.E. Robert Ed- lice's only hit.RESULTS. Southern Discount pinned a North Carolina our truck, causing a pass-
The JV held their second Register, Lester Johns, Terry mondson, Keith Kelley, John 9-1 loss on league leading Coca Ing car to crash a' sub-
scrimmage of the season Hayes, Dale !fans, Gary Rowe, Lee, and Randy Edmondson each MAY 2&- Cola In Tuesday's Bantam contractor took his money
"The first unit and Itandaillutchen. COCA COLA 9 play. with his bills.
Thursday night. had base hits. but left me
Spend your vacation in rustic elegance at historical KRV-
scored four times and held the End Donald Loper, Randy POLICE 7 Discount scored six timesin Charley E. Johns
second unit scoreless," Allen Scogglns, Shendon Hodge, Allen Roger Mltzel pitched the the fifth to put the gameon EMONT INN in the heart of the Grear Smoky Mountains.Ten Does the have complete Insurance -
said. "Joey Thomas scored Norton, Healed Sewell, Terry whole game for the winners Coke and Police met for the ice. minutes to Cherokii Indian Reservation and outdoor Agency building
three times and Timmy Crows Wilson, and Raman Perry. pitching while Mosley duties for and Coke.Hart shared third time this season and the STANDINGSB.P.O.E.. 5-2, drama "Unto These Hills." Spacious rooms, Pool, Tennis to protect?" a -
time."Thursday's. score contractor
one was different but the
Monster manRonnie Hall, were the same, Coca Cola results Coke 5-3, So. Discount 3-4, Court, Recreation hall, Canoe and trail trips, Superb
scrimmage wasa Marlon Thornton. RESULTS MAY 31 was the winner, this time Police 2-6. mountain cuisine. Evening entertainment Waterfall bathingand Charley E.
big Improvement over the
first scrimmage game. Crews, Deep Backs- Ricky Hall, Ste- 2 by the score of 9-7. 5 p.m. Coke V s. Police. horseback riding nearby. European plan. Modest rotes
Thomas, Tommy Reddish, and wert Strickland, Stewart Dun- Coke led 4-0 before Police Tuesday, June 8, 5 p.m. Open May 20 through fall season. For information about JOHNS AGENCY
Ronnie Hall all looked good, as can, Charlie Croon, Leonard Police won Its second Ban took a 7-4 lead. Coke trailed Southern Discount vs. B.P.O.E. the inn that progress left behind write; FIOfcMONTBryson .
did Steve Register, Ken Fuqua, Sapp, Denis Cowart, and Denis tam game of the season by 7-5 after four innings,but came Wednesday, June Southern 131 So. Walnut St.
and Clinton" Sellers. Allen. downing Southern Discount 4-2 up with four runs in the fifth Discount vs. Police. City. N.C. 28783. Phone 984-5070

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I Bradford Getting Small Part I.. A. WynnTo I ... r From Ala.

Of Federal Funds Available Celebrate95th I

Two of six Bradford residents lowed to begin walking again

How has Bradford County; been On the other side of the led- BirthdayL.A. .. ... Injured May 15 In a Mont- Kev. Strickland says. Ricks Is
working out In the distribution ger is the cost of these benefits gomery, Alabama automobile expected to be released sooner.
I of Federal funds to communities to the local communities. Wynn one of the old accident have returned home, The accident occured May
across the country via They are paid for out of Fed- est If not the oldest living but four of the five teenagershurt 15 on US-80 west of Montgo-
the various grants-tn-aid pro- eral Income and excise taxes resident of Bradford County; face a long stay In trac- mery as a group of Pine Lever -
grams? that are collected from local will celebrate his 95th birth- tion In a Montgomery hos Church members returned
,' residents and allocated to the day on Friday, June 4, at his T1 pital. from a week's trip to Baptist
What portion of the grants aid programs. home on Hampton Lake. Rev John Strickland, pastorof Bible Seminary In Arlington
I, made during the past year totaling He will also enjoy a get- the Pine Level Baptist Church Texas where they attendedgra-
,, ,J $23.5 billion, went to Bradford's contribution for together with his children and returned home Monday after duatlon exercises. The six the
the local area? such purposes In the past fiscal their families. Mrs. Ted Dun- spending two weeks and two five teenagers and Rev. Strick-
year was approximately$1- can of Gainesville; and Mrs. f.. ] days In Baptist Memorial Hospital land, were in a car driven by
\P\ Judging from state-by-state 543.000, a breakdown of the E.M. Sllvemall and Mrs. J.P. iMt in Montgomery. Ills back Gloria Crews and owned by
j figures compiled by the Tax foundation's figures shows.The Ilazen both of Ocala, during was fractured In three placesand Paul Faulkner father of Tia
i! Foundation, a national nonprofit statewide total came to $715 the weekend. the small bone in his right Thornton.
hk B organization that watches million.In Mr. Wynn was born June 4, leg was broken. lie is able to An unidentified vehicle passedthe
/J f' government taxation and spending 1876 within half a mile of where :i/ walk now with the aid of a Faulkner car and cutback
ye Bradford's allotment was most parts of the country he lives at present. lie Is the brace. into the right lane too quickly.
:+ relatively,small. the grants and the costs do not son of the late Robert and The unknown vehicle caused
balance out equally. There is Rhoda Godwin Wynn. Mr. Wynn One teenager, Tin Thornton, driver Gloria Crews to swerveto
,4'i During the past fiscal year no attempt to make them bal- returned to his home two weeks ___ 14, returned home last week. the right to avoid a colli-
J"+ an estimated $1,094,000 was The determining factorIn Her back was fractured In three
'. ance. ago after a three-month stay In a r sion. The Faulkner smashed
awarded for local purposes under awarding grants It Is explained Bradford County Hospital and places and she must also weara head-on into the end of a con-
; a number of aid programs. is each community's; was able to walk about t he brace. crete railing on a railroad over
t needs and requirements, house for the first time this Four other teenagers are still pass about three miles west of
{l Throughout the State as a weighed against the needs of week since his Illness. hospitalized in Montgomery. Montgomery US-80.
I tin whole, the grants totaled $509 They on
I other localities. His many friends congratu- are: Had the car swerved to the
million, the Tax Foundation reports -
Danny Ricks, 15, who
1'" late him on his recovery, and sustained left, it would have probably
based on figures obtained As a result In k broken lost six
; some areas on the occasion of his 95th wa a Jaw, been struck from behind by a
,, from the Treasury Department. the contribution to the aid pro- birthday anniversary. teeth, has a fractured back,. car driven by Rev. Strickland'swife.
f grams far exceed the returnIn r and a broken left arm. Ills
,: I The grants were made to help the form of grants. In others I; most serious Injury, however. There was no railing the on
the hill approaching
I the state and Its communities the reverse Is true. Is a blow on the head which Strick
with such needs as urban renewal The overpass bridge Rev. "
1\' extent to which the grants left him only Intermlttenly con-
land and had Miss
:,1 roads school construction have multiplied In size In recent scious for several days after said Crewscut
I 11 child welfare, health facilities years Is Indicated by the LAWTEYBy the accident. to the right, going up the
nr hill the
I "I and education. Faulkner car would
Treasury Department's figures Three others are still In
,: The amounts, It Is explained have gone off the side of the
which show
that they-have Enr-a Blanchard traction after having hips dis
refer only to grants-in-aid and climbed from nearly $7 billion located. They are Susan Faulk- overpass.
I do not cover other Federal In 1960 to $23.5 billion last 6 ner, 14. Gloria Crews. 18. and WISH I'D SAID
spending In local areas such year. Charlotte Whitehead, 14, Miss
as for goods and services. FINAL PTA MEETING Whitehead also has a broken THAT
Lawtey Elementary PTA will left arm. ;f1
hold the final meeting for the The three girls with dislo-
k term on Tuqsday evening. June cated hips are expected to be
15, 7:30: p.m. In the school l kept In traction for six weeks
I: cafetorlum. A covered dish din- after the accident. They then
ner will be served In honor of will face about a week of recuperation An optimist is: a fellow who
the retiring teachers, Mrs. II. -Ti after they are al- vats: windfall apples 'in the
II. Hamilton and Mrs. G.J. Es- dark.
tes. We expect to have a good
time and hope all of the mem- '
bers will be there for this ..t
Important affair. Following this DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

I"l the business session will be

held, Including Installation of .

officers for the coming year. !-. .. STARKE


Grace United Methodist: Sun-

day School 9:45 a.m.; Worship Bradford teenagers lie 'injured after wreck on US.80 west of Montgomery.
services 11 a.m. and 8 P.m. on HEIGHTS
ar Sunday. Children's Choir Wednesday -
I: 2:30 MYF choir !PHONE 17.1-3176:
$ : p.m., ------- ------- -
r 7 p.m. 'and prayer meeting 8 ..... --
t p.m. Don Denton pastor. I -

KIIl Church of God: Sunday School
f / 10 a.m.. Worship services 11 New Building

a.m. and 7:30: p.m. on Sunday
Family night Wednesday 7:30: Being ConstructedFor

11 GET A HUGE p.m. Carl D. Fink, pastor. Parts Service _1 FEDDERS

Highland Baptist: Sunday pre-season
Construction is well under-
; 11x14 WALLPORTRAIT 38C School 9:45 a.m., Worship ser-
40 96 ft.
way on a x concrete
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. on
block building adjoining the
Sunday. Prayer meeting 7:30
Mary Carter Paint Store on
p.m. followed by choir prac- W. Washington St., which will
tice Wednesday 7 p.m. be the future home of Parts

1 of Your Child PERSONALSThe Service Co. uJerca
,I Padgett Family Reunion R.C. Dampier and his son

It', was held at the home of Mr. Billy, recently purchased Parts
Service Co. from Harry Gib-
t' and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson on
2 Days Only Sunday and the family enjoyedthe son and associates who had operated -
day together. Attending were the business since Its
Tue.-Wed. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Padgett and opening In Starke several years

, family. Mr and Mrs. Jerry ago.Dampier
k June 89'PHOTOGRAPHERS D. Padgett and family, Mr. and said the business r
: Mrs. Richard Padgett, all of would move from its present
. Lake Wales, Mr. and Mrs. location on Temple Avenue to
James Padgett and granddaughter the new building about August
' HOURS: Beth Padgett of Jacksonville
keg Mr. and Mrs. William
10 AM-1 PM; 2 PM-5 PM DAILY Grlffls, Mr. and Mrs.J.R. Nor- ness Monday.
"r Weekend guests of Mr. and
man, and children, Mrs. J.E.
Mrs. A.D. Dobbs her
wee son-
No Appointment Necessary No Age Limit Norman and mother Mrs. in-law and daughter Mr. and
Limit: One Per Child Two Per Family Starling, and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ernest Hewett, and their
Groups Taken At $1.00 Per Subject Carl Norman and children. son Jerry of Tallahassee.JerryIs
Mrs. Danny Thomas
and Kevin -
stationed aboard the U.S.S.
spent a few days during the
Saratoga at Mayport.Mrs. .
115 W. CALL STREET week Moore with Mr. and Mrs. W.F. J.L. Heath of Savannah,
while Mr. Thomas was Ga. who''bas
at Camp Blanding. spent the past
two weeks with
Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Arthurlne
i Blanchard of Dobbs, has returned to her
Jacksonville. Miss Enza Blan- home.
chard and Mrs. Ernest Wells llllfllln
Mrs. E.W. Mooty and Mrs.
were in Gainesville
on busli -
Bobby Holiday of Clarkston, _
Ga. were recent guests of Mr.
and Mrs. S.D. Harbin. Mrs.

i 9AR1LECTfflC Mooty the Visiting weekend; Is and Mr.Mrs.his were friend Harbin's Ed her Durban Mike son sister.,Mor-over Richard @GW@) I II ifl. I I @([:1W@

ris of Atlanta, Ga. IL ILewN vA
Mr. and Mrs. John Morris of i t a

Jackson, Ala. spent a few days
0 last week, with Mr and Mrs. ,KU4I1f IM ntt, 1CINIrl/f7/'t/ nN .- -..- @
: RVVC s1z II.E. Priest and Lamar. @rnoo oo
s \\ ; On Friday evening Mr. and Count,the BTU!''Count"the savings', ''Both are Super Special; You
s ,. Mrs.: O.E. Pearson gave a bar- get an air conditioner with the power' and air !How to cool an

1315 MADISON ST. STARKE becue honoring Mrs. Don Lee entire medium sire Home with, adequate circulation You get a
and their grandson Tommy Ta- deluxe unit with 'famous Sound Barrier design' to stop sound

PHONE 964-8944 tum in celebration of their waves cold, with, three speeds. including, Super Cool. Normal
c 24 0 0 0 BTU '
birthday anniversaries which S and ultra quiet, Lo You get an advanced, tulip nimble air direction 18.OOO btU S

occur close together. Membersof system,a precision thermostat' an air exchanger to ei'uust
Its Ike, having centra'' n' inditioninq
24 S. COLLEGE ST. MACCLENNY the family took part In this smoke filled, air Be foresighted and order your Fedders air conditioner
pleasant affair. Attending were The n and cartePOIlOTIOH d have never been better''
PHONE 259-6326 Mrs. Don Lee and Michele ;; $29995
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum Jr., S35995u OPTION

Tommie, Johnny and Robin ;' I the option of the MedicAir" Electronic Air
Car Decks Kenny and Victor
Tape Installed Massey of Cleaner Removes up to 95% of pollutant particles 99% of
Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. James
4'995' Add it now when wish' Fedders conditioner I 1" '4 ,
Bryant and Regular rn-season price: pollen or you your air son of the State
,prewired for it You even use it round
Farm can year
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Light Fixtures On Display Janet Bryant Nichols of Starke of and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dobbs FEDDERS World's Largest Selling Air Conditioners

were In !Mayport on
Electrical SuppliesFor where they enjoyed having Saturday as We Do Our Own Financing

dinner guests, his nephew Jer-
ry Hewett who expects to leave

Sale Mrs.soon On for Willie Monday Scotland.Dobbs evening entertainedthe Mr. and Winkler Electric Inc

Industrial Residential family with a barbecue complimenting -
and Commercial Wiring his aunt, Mrs. J.L. 234 North Temple A"e. Phone 964-7576

June 3, 1971 Telegraph Page 11j

J 1 '
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Anvils Popped, Bells Rang And The Sky Was Ablaze

With Fireworks As Starke Won Courthouse Victory In !89

* Tn IflOfl . .
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The celebration at the city As Mr: Knight concluded Ms ton, Lawtey District No. 8, of the courthouse, and 34 ot
park In late August, 1898 WM speech someone In the crowd and wound up by giving three these voted In favor of Starke.
w V "the grandest ever witnessed shouted, "Shlpmanl Shlpmant{ cheers "for old Bradford." Most Lake Butlerltos wantedthe
here" and well might It be. Here he comes!" After the celebration at the county seat, however, and
Starke had Just won the fourth The object of this enthusiasmwas park, the town was "turned :508 votes were cast for their"Hampton

and final election In die running Col. E.B. Shipman, one of over to the boys and they took .
battle with Lake Butler the early developers and businessmen advantage of the Mayor's generosity polled Its largest
over which town should be the of Lawtey, who had and no one closed their vote in many years, giving
county seat. This was the big Just arrived on the scene and eyes In slumber until after 12 Starke 163 and Lake Butler 45.
one, because there had beena was carried on the shoulders o'clock. Anvils popped and bells When the tally finally cam
mutual agreement that which of enthusiastic spectators to rang and the sky was ablaze the next day from Providence,
ever town won, a new court- the stand while the Cornet Band with fireworks for hours. In the far western part of the
house would be built and no played "Hall To The Chief." Everybody had a good time county Lake Butler picked up
more elections would be held. The warmth of Col.Shipman' and no one will soon forget 204 votes to only 14 for Starke.
The famed "Starke Cornet welcome resulted from reports last night, for never In the The Pine Hill precinct was
Band" /gathered on Walnut that Lawtey had voted overwhelmingly history of Starke has she witnessed pretty evenly divided on the
Street and marched In a bodyto for Starke as the a grander celebration." Issue, with 114 votes for Starketo

"the drug store" where they county seat, giving It 218 votesto The historical election had 104 for Lake Butler.
rendered several stirring selections 22 for Lake Butler. Since Palestine west of New River,
been held Aug. 30,
In order to Starke on Tuesday, unanimous for Lake
gather the won the election by only beautiful was almost
1898 "a
crowd. They didn't have to play 241 votes, the strong Lawtey ,"described The as In Starke Butler giving Its neighbor 96
long, for the Joyful citizens support was a deciding factorin day. polls opened votes to 4 for Starke.
at 6 In the vacant building

. Victor Cornet Band Played Its Best from began every trooping direction.In by The hundreds band While the great still victory.resting on the Dry formerly a.m.Goods occupied Company by, and Hackett before Grove Delayed gave returns Starke 44 from to LakeButler's Pine

marched followed by the excited shoulders of the men,Col.Shlp
long the voters were com
No pat"lli' ocriiNliin wu <.cini'li'tiIII' the lute. KIIO's 1/ Powell, und Jon Young. Standing (I-r) Tate 1'owdl. crowd, to the park"where man smiled and said, "Boys, ing into town from all direc- The. total 6. vote of the countywas

without mimic liy the \lrtur Cornrt Band I' rent rowI Hurry rimes, another OrlmpH (Inltlul.* unknown), Andy everything had been "prepared It seems like Starke has car- tions. Voting continued brisk 2,276 with Starke receiv-
for "
I a big Jollyflcation. ried Lawtey doesn't It?
(I to r) Mr. ;Mrlihrr. the illrci'lor; Avery Powell Ned $t..lnac.'hre. Blulr Powell, Felix UltkovNkl. Bert ttall.11IWMM The music continued for a The crowd, cheered several until 4 or 5 o'clock. ing 1,255 and Lake Butler 1,014,
It orderly 241-vote win-
was a remarkably Starke a
while then Col.Comer minutes giving
L. Peek, before Col. Shipman election consideration the
an early Starke real estate dead could begin his speech. "Al- tenseness of emotions over the ning margin.

.. .. er and developer, was Introduced ; though I have appeared before heated county seat Issue. No PROLONGED FIGHT
as the first speaker.Step the good people of Starke time
one the streetsin battle between
In front of the crowd, and again, I never was so em- was seen on The courthouse
; e was an Intoxicated condition, and Lake Butler had
: : hh greeted loud braced I he Starke and
I : by and as am tonight, de-
everyone seemed to be In a started in 1861 when Bradford
I long cheering and at the end clared. At the close of his
good humor. created by legIs-
of his stirring address praise speech he was given three rousing County was
The polls closed In Starkeat from a portion of
lative act
1 of Starke he Introduced !Mr.\ cheers
6 and the work of Lake
p.m. River County
r T.A. Knight, a prominent local Col. W.T. Weeks, an early
counting votes was over at 9:30.: already the
A In Contrasts merchant who also clerk of Butler,
Study received court and Civil As Is always the case, werea county seat of New River was
round after round of War hero, was the next speaker -
Editor few who opposed "progress"and remain as coun-
Telegraph: designated to
applause, and was listened to to be heard from after
31 at the Starke
voters the Bradford
of new
While several thousand long-haired, How well they succeeded was reflected Dear Sir: Apparently the point "with rapt attention." which the crowd cheered I(ampCownfn polls marked their ballots in ty"ounty.seat

slovenly dressed hippie youths gatheredlast In the warm reception given if my letter published In the ;e> **, ..mt"::: $;W.:;?;$ SSi.j::: ::::::::.':9S:!:?f X:k4'witi'i.:::::::::::::::::;":::)rtvyo9 ::: :::::::::: favor of Lake Butler. The vast Starke was growing up and
Sunday at a Levy County; farmto them by their audience, and the enthusiastic lay 20 Telegraph was over- majority, however-- a total of feeling Its oats in those early

absorb rock music and dope In round of applause that followed ooked. May I please be per- 704 cast their lot with Starke. years, and finally pressuredthe
nltted to clarity myself. Lake Butler also had its quo- County Commission to call
more or less equal proportions, another each number. Laws are made and POISed X t ta of those who wanted no part an election for Jan. 18, 1875to

group of fresh-faced, neatly >y adults. Adults, as well as let the voters decide whether -
dressed youths, billed as "The_Fore Somewhere there should be a moralin eenagers should not break CftUTxWtfWxWx to move the courthouse

and 20," were presenting a programof these contrasting scenes of last hem. Law officers are hired to Starke from Lake Butler.

another sort In Starke. Sunday--the disgusting display of vul- :a enforce laws, not to break : :: < r-x- >>::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::;;:::::::::::Iw.w.: ::: ;: "",::::::::: I\\Why' J JI The Commissioners met on
garism, obscenity; and dope addictionat tern. Jan. 23, 1875: to canvass the
I did not break the law and vote but the ballots from some
Prottts from the "rock festival" the festival In Levy County; and the I
ave found only disillusionment Calendar of events for June: on time, he will be dropped ? precincts were not counted due
were supposed(according to statementsIn inspiring presentation of "The Fore 1 one who I may someday find from the tournament First Worry to irregularities In delivering

the press) to go to "The Corner and 20" In Starke. 10 necessity to put my com- Bingoeach Wednesday, 8 match to be completed by June them to the clerk. It was finally -

Drug Store," a Gainesville establishment lete trust. p.m. 12, and every week thereafter. Read- decided to count the bal-
Yes somewhere there should be Entry fee, $3. read an lots on hand that had not been
said to be conducting a program a Respectfully yours, June Member-Prospective er's Olgest recently entitled tampered with, and Starke received -
for the benefit of youths with moral, but all we can think of right Jill Bailie Member Tournament and Sup "It Pays to Increase Your Wor- a majority of 46.

dope problems. But from what we now Is that we're getting slightly tiredof ry Power." It set me to thinking Lake Butler supporters wentto

have heard of previous such "festi being told that the foul-mouthed, Dear Gene: per.June 10Board of Directors The 9-hole Member-Guest on the subject of worry.I I court, however, and threeprolonged
vals," the profits-- If anywould sloppily dressed, disrespectful, law- meeting Tournament will be played Sun- asked I myself decided I wasn't.aworrler'l" years later after

be too meagre to be of very much defying, dope-using segment of our About two years ago a Pub- June 12-Member-Guest Luau, day, June 6. Tee-off times I used to worry a lot more litigation the election was finally
8 ??? declared .
till Illegal.In
lic Hearing p.m. (available in Pro Shop). Cal-
use to anyone. youth represents only a small frac- was conducted by when I was younger. But I 1878 voters went to the
loway Handicap System for all.
tion of the total. This might be true the Florida Utilities Commission. learned that there Is no sense
CLUB NEWSA again and results
The Starke Telephone Co. Entry fee, $3 for one team, polls were
The program presented by the young but many years ago a very wise man wanted to Increase the rates lot of excitement is build- and $1.50: for second or third In worrying about something reversed. Lake Butler won by

singers In Starke was for the benefitof said that It takes only one rotten appleto by :50%. Many voices rang loud, ing up over plans for the big team. Merchandise prizes will you can't change or do any- nine votes, receiving 398 to
the library building fund. spoil the entire barrel. clear and vehemently at this Luau. Every time the menu be awarded. thing to Is In Starke's 389. The county seat
is discussed becomes Anyone prone worry moved back to Lake Butler
proposed Increase and the everyone This tournament will be followed was -
poor bad fix. and imagination
a Worry
service. more ravenous. Ben promisesthe by a golf clinic conducted where a new courthouse
While dope of all descriptions was We see no excuse for leniency or The Starke Telephone Co. best roast pig you've ever by Pro Herb Ilerres at about go together. Withouta vivid was constructed at a cost of

being peddled so flagrantly that law permissiveness In dealing with this granted a 28% increase. They was eaten, and the girls are search- 6:30 P.m. He will explain the Imagination a person couldn't $885.

enforcement officers had to move In element simply because It representsa further Imposed higher rates Ing out all the prize recipes fundamentals of, the game a- get worrier.very far as a professional Starke obtained a "voice"In

to break up the festival Sunday night, .small part of the whole. If allowed for replacement of telephone for accompanying side dishes, long with a short exhibition of My wife Is a worrier. She 1879 with the establishmentof
:'to' contaminate the It is poles. salads etc. some shot-making. Come out The Telegraph which wageda
the young singers In Starke were play- others con- We should have a tremendous and hear few worries If the cat falls to come
Two a new tips.
Ing and singing their hearts out In a ceivable that some day the minority; md the long service years has have not passed! feed and, of course, the band The clinic will be followedby in for breakfast. Maybe he was columns continuing for another campaign electionto In its

varle<:| program that Included popular, might become the majority; and then-- roved one whit. We get many m. will be goodl! Get your ticket a free barbecue chicken hit by a car, or a dog killed be held. Legally such e-

spiritual, and patriotic numbers. A heaven help the U.S.I alls from Starke and the sta now from any member of the dinner for all members and him I read or he the was poisoned.and listento lections could be held not oftener -

program footnote said. "It Is our le on the line makes it Im- Social Committee or the Boardof guests around 7:15.: : The main the news on papers radio and television than once every ten years.
But there Is still while wsslble to hear. The only Directors; $10 per couple. purpose of this dinner Is the In July 1887 The Telegraph
wish to entertain you but, moreover,, some hope way Bring all your friends and let's closing of the current Mem- But I seldom worry.
to Inspire you 'to give yourself to help groups like "The Fore and 20" are o:D>> ask overcome the Starke this difficulty; Is make this an annual extrava- bership Drive to welcome all I know that there Isn't much County joyfully Commission announced that tile
party; to hangp I do about the of had received -
can threat
still in There !
anotherto love fellowman circulation. Just aren't ganza
members and
your and we have to call them new guests to a petition from the res-
to remind you of the love of God." enough of them! ack. Only by this method do the Country Club. So all you the increasing atomic bomb crime, pollution rate or the the idents of Starke and set the

e get a clear signal. old members get out and bea race question. I somehow believe election for April 171888. Lake
This was one of the major part of the Welcoming Committee Butler residents promptly
that all these problemswill
Mothers will be interested to !
omplalnts at the public hear- be worked out sought an injunction to stop
sooner or
know have
we now shelter
a sun
ig. We are a long-suffering later. I do what little I can. the proceedings, but the court
. Dome Sweet DomeThanks eople and we think that the near wading pool. You I write letters to congressmen denied their plea.
tarke can perch upon the new lawn
Telephone Co. has The third
election held
!arned chairs In the shade and let the A National Guardsman Nor- pay my taxes and try was
enough money by this on schedule and the
to be a good citizen. gave county -
to quick action by Florida by a 4-3 vote. me to make the proper cor- pools.little ones have a ball In the olina man Swtnson from Wake North Car- Some folks read in the paper seat back to Starke by a

Historical Societies and other inter- ections. formerly a Forest that a youngster drowned 33-vote margin. The total vote,
Must golfer, eagled No. 1, the first
ested persons, the traditional style of Then, as the saying goes, "all hell c hearing we have to air another our grlev-pub- nine, and birdied the same holeon while on a family picnic. Immediately with Lawtey contender being a courthousesite

a classical state capitol concept was broke loose." The Bradford County; ices and hopefully get some the second nine. they vow they will time, was Starke for 590 the Lake first

at least temporarily saved by the Historical Society; Joined many others 'Uel? The Men's Championship Is Seems as though John Watson never take the children on a Butler 557, and Lawtey 17.,
picnic again. They see on television
now In progress. Check the Pro must own No. 8. lie It -
State Cabinet and the controversial In to the eagled With
all the state
over protesting Sincerely yours Shop for pairings. The player again! where a man fell off no hope of being a ser-
matter will be the subject of "further cabinet the junldng of the traditional whose name appears on the top Championship Flight "B" for a ladder and got a concus- ious contender, Lawtey was
study." capitol that looks like a capitol. Joe Kerrigan line of the bracket is respon- ladles Is now completed with sion. So they give the family brought into the picture by Lake
Rt. I Butler
Box 85 sible for making the match. Frances Watts defeating run- ladder to Goodwill. It never partisans In a desperate -
Keystone Heights Fla.Farmers. If he doesn't make the occurs to them that the poor attempt to defeat Starke.
match Jane
A furore was created In Tallahasseewhen The protests reflected the sentimentsof Glover. unfortunate who gets that lad- The law provided that If more

a New York architect who was State Treasurer Fred O. Dickinsonwho der might fall off and be In- than two towns were__ rnntonrf.nnn_
employed to draw the 'plans for the said, "In these days when so much jured. ing for the county seat, un-

new state capitol complex (by the way, of America's heritage and traditionis Diarycommenting Bombarded with pollution less one received a majority

don't we have any qualified architectsIn being destroyed, maligned, or for- propaganda, a lot of folks won't of two votes (more than the other
Florida?) submitted a "high rise" gotten, It Is no time to eliminate the The elements crossed up the on the new road eat tables fish They fear all vege- declared void and the election another vote was>
believing that
slab-style structure that looked like historical, traditional style; which so lie veather experts last week and though law officers say It will tain poison from Insecticides.they con- could not be held for ten years.

nothing more than another Miami Beach readily identifies with our country." leason predicted failed start to show of the up rainy on present racers will a problem attempt In to that use drag it They even hesitate to take a It was hoped that by making

condominium or the plan for a new Jme. As a result, In spitef as a speedway. drink of water for fear It will Lawtey a candidate, enough
merchandise mart for Atlanta or Detroit For the moment the domesupporters -' > the recent showers it has bring on some horrible afflic votes could be taken away from

Mich. have won a skirmish but the emalned dry around this area tion.They Starke to defeat the issue and
and the temperature Is start- wouldn't think of flying let the courthouse remain in
battle is far from On future
over. although statistics It is Lake Butler.
Jig to climb. The forecast calls There are still a few ber- prove
When requested to submit another trips to Tallahassee, If you want to 'or showers late this week, ries around despite the fact the safest form of travel. They Starke won In spite of this

plan for a domed capitol building, the be able to recognize the capitol as md the experts note that the that June Is almost here thus sit In the car clutching the arm maneuver, however. The coun-

architect, obviously miffed, threw In the capitol and point It out with prideto 'tart of the hurricane season making this season unusual In rest and gasping at every intersection ty seat was moved back and

a drawing whose dome looked like a your children and grandchildren, will be here in a few weeks. By Sam McGarrey that respect at least. And though feeling sure that the courthouse established In
some drunk the
will smash Into old Red Men's
wad of bubble gum perched on top you'd better join with the historical usual berry growers In are guarded as them or a child will dart out early Starke secret Hall society(an)

of a shoe box. The so-called "dome"was societies: and let the Governor, the as a means of cutting down cial outcome reporting, It has the become finan- chasing a ball. They have read on the site of the present city

so ridiculous that the cabinet Cabinet members, and our LegIsla- air pollution and of Increasingthe apparent that this year the about such things happening and hall.

hastily approved the high rise slab tors know bow you feel about it. As all the service stations efflelency of the engine growers did better than they have no faith in the law of Lake.Butler partisans seized

know full well we've had another and other parts. And that meansa have in the past few seasons. averages. upon the fact that the county
outbreak of the "love" driver has to hunt for gas Sure, anything can happen. failed to build a new courthouse
bugs and cars and trucks have stations which well that type But It doesn't happen often e- in Starke and conducted a heat-
been plastered with the peststo of gas nough to worry' about' it hap ed campaign to regain the coun-
the extent that windshieldslook .5. pening to you. If you pick up ty seat. The fourth and final
like windows In an old some senseless idea to worry election was ordered In 1898

chicken house. And no soon- A pair of squirrels have taken about tion and let your imagina with the agreement that who-
--' er than you get the windshield See where the Fourth of July up residence in our yard run hog wild you can ever won, a new courthouse
clean, a few blocks away the will be observed here officially and we hope they rememberthat drive yourself Into an early would be erected.

The Bradford County bugs mess up the glass again for the first time in many years houses are for people, and grave.The best That Is the reason for such
with a celebration sponsoredby not for pests, and will stay way to overcome wild jubilation In Starke when
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED the Starke Woman's Club. where they belong. One time, ful worry Is to engage In some use the returns were finally tabulated
In times gone by the day was several of the bushy-tailed ras- activity or sport. Drive the and the reason for such
1879 ,, Sam had to wash his new marked with events here as cals got Into our attic space and worry Ideas out of your mind adulation of Col. Shipman when
QheBitle, car last week, because the bugs well as at Long Bridge at the and made so much noise at replace them with pleasant Lawtey's vote was announced.
Union County line, and before night thoughts. You will be a A new courthouse
And God saw everything speckled up the shiny front they nearly drove us lot better was erect-
a Mssa. that he had made and behold, end of his "Bluebird" and you that at Worthington Springs crazy ed in Starke in 1902 but rival-
've got to get the marks off Again this year, a July 4th ry between Starke and Lake
FLORI ESS It was very good.-(Gen. or they will ruin the paint program will be staged at KE Butler continued to hold back

1:31). Job. And he learned that program will be staged at //4fF the Progress of both towns,
ASSO TON you've got to scrub to get each Keystone Heights, complete Incidentally, the dry spell has ; ; with constant bickering over
Genesis And that there
In we one of the doggone spots of//. with a fireworks display at had at least one blessing. We .1 the expenditure of funds for
was a plan of order In the creation Incidentally, he heard that the night.With.. had a number of armadillos at roads and other improvements.

as envisioned by the inspired bugs do not fly at night but our place and they rooted up It was finally agreed that the
.. L. MATTHEws ldttsrPabt4l: .eePaliYSN writers of this book. who can keep off the roads S. around our yard at night as old it ware
each. TharwUr u4 ......* m /sews Order is basic to the foundation during! the daylight bad as a bunch of pine-woods i overhtecourt-

new Matte at tk* Pert Office at Stark, mUaMer of man's world. Divine the opening of the recently hogs. However, when it turned house issue would be to divide
rebuilt highway between off dry the armored 1 \ the county with
Art el Mare M, int. order In our human relations pests left r New River as
............ Ia trade ..... Ireer. 55.M1 Oalsier14 makes us a harmonious contributing Starke and KIngsley Lake (SR- our place for swampy areas and This was finally accomplished
16 Bradford
i And speaking of cars, the County now has we hope they are having good at the Legislative Session of
areas bear, Let there.be divine order. mend the use of lead-free gas city from all directions In for a while. Ing children." grow. created with Lake Butler as

..<- 1 12! Telegraph: June 3, 1971 the county seat.


HIPPIES SURPRISE 3RD .; .'&:fAr: ;;: :. j Sports Banquet Tonight

Powerhouse Garden "I. ,: ,-.,' Perry McGrlff, former; all- School McGrlff went to the University !

:t. .I American baseball player at of Florida where he
; r the University; of Florida, will was an outstanding Gator end
'. ,,1,' r<.. "V-' speak to Bradford High ath- and an all-American baseball
..<.,,,1"" ,,' letes at the annual Spring player.
." ', : Sports Banquet tonight (Thurs- The banquet Is to begin at
Wins Local TourneyThe : I day, June 3). 7:30:Athletes p.m. In the participating BUS cafeteria.In

am.rrv After starring as an all-round basketball baseball track and
Ir athlete at Gainesville High( golf will be honored.

Seventh Annual Starke games with ease. It was obvious inning, slamming the ball allover y .
Invitational Softball Tournament to all spectators that the park. The outburst
was played at Westslde the Garden outclassed all other Included a three run homerby
Park May 27-30 with 12 teams tourney entries. John Watson who hit six .1
vying for championship II take
honors. The (Hippies, to everyone's over the fence last weekend.
Garden Restaurant of Starke surprise, won three straight The prior weekend, in another r ;
went undefeated to win first games before the Garden put tournament Watson put 13 balls A
place The White Lion of St. them In their place Saturday out of the park. a, sportsmsiin's
Augustine took second place, night.! HURST
and Hurst Hurst Shell-Terwillegar Ford
T'They don't know what pres- opened tourney play In l
Ford of Starke capped third game
place honors, while Savannah sure Is, said Rec Dir Gene No. One of the 22 game event retreatlC[ '
Rayburn who continually expressed and
promptly recorded their
was fourth. .. .
surprise that the local first ever tournament win witha : .1''I"f:
Savannah was the winner of Softball league team performed 6-4 decision over F.O.P. AND WEAR. YOURSELF/ i/OUT./ ,;'. .*
last years tournament with Gar- so well In the tour- of Lake City.; The Starke team -, -5?,*% <*. ;

den runner-up. nament against top teams from utilized 10 base hits, good base __ ______ Playing our 6.966 yard championship. golf course I
all over Florida and Savannah, u t Freshwater ,
The tournament was the first running, and fine defensive play fishing in Crystal Rlv4H'**! V'
experience for the local league Ga. to post the win. Bill Adams Rec. Dir. Cene Saltwater fishing in the Gulf & Its tributaries j i
Rayburn congratulate Garden
team Hurst Shell- Terwlllegar "They don't know how good paced the winners going three- team manager Towntvnd Playing tennis on our all'.weather courts ;
Ford and they made a very Savannah Is supposed to be," for-three, Johnnie Powell was Strickland and Jack Haxen on their foam winning the tournament two years Hunting on nearby private, preserves '
good showing, winning four and Rayburn cited as an exampleof twofortwo.Next .,. nk. tHurstTerwlllegar.. Boating and other water sports activities :
losing two. Hurst-TerwUlegar, how the upstart Hippies whiz opponent for Hurst-Ter- (Bring your own boat to our ramp or marina ) ,
along with Garden were the zed past highly respected area wlllegar was In for form of OR RELAX ,
last teams to be undefeated.The teams. But the youngsters were Osteen, a team that had placed was then Garden first took on ML: the tourney champs humbled the
third In the 21 in the losers bracket and met of Jacksonville On the sun deck beside our fresh water pool I
long-haired teenage team finally stopped by Garden when team Starke and trouncedthe local team 23-3 collecting 29
the Pre-Season Tournament. Most the White Lion of St. Augustine Metro Dining In the elegant Plantation Dining Room
was the.favorite of partisan powerhouse team of the team 23-6 on the hits. Woody Strickland was flve-
people felt the and had to settle for third of 27 With friends 'in our intimate Divot Bar & Lounge I
Starke crowd which nicknamedthem tournament handed them their Starke team strength hits. Larry 11 Ingle for-six.
The Hippies. first loss Saturday night by would go to the losers bracket place following St. Augustine of Daytona Beach led the Garden rapped up the champ 100 comfortable spacious air conditioned. rooms
Garden waltzed through five scoring 10 runs In the first following this game, but the 10-5. The local boys scored ionship by trouncing White Lion Located just north of Tampa on US 19. via, 'Flondd'g I
houng boys would not have It five runs in the first Inning going five-for-five. 17-4 by collecting 20 base hits Turnpike, and I 1,75 from the Gold Coast. US 19 or U3 41
that way as they rapped out and then their bats simply wentto Garden next polished off San- and four home rune Jim Gar- from the north and south and US 301. US 17 or.1 14
14 base hits and plated 11 runs sleep and they were eliminated ford 14-4 with only 15 hits. llngton was threeforthreewith from Northeast and Central florida. I
for an 11-6 win. but everyone who saw The Garden's third game was two over the fence.
Bob Milner, the pitcher and the tourney was proud of the against Savannah the team that For further information

FLORIDA THEATRE the only none youngster on the local"They team's showing.did themselves won landing last Garden year's a tournament double loss by The phone (collect) now ((904) 795 42ni a; I
team showed the younger generation In the finals. Od1tnEl.I CORALF.E MOORF, Sales Director I

Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 perfect a thing game or at two the havinga plate proud The, Rayburn Garden simply said. over- It was Garden's turn, though, ,: !. : : ,,:,, ,I II
going four-for-four. Mark powered their opponents in goIng and they left Savannah wondering I, r'Il Il I '/)I l V ?j] u"You're ;OthqztatiozHOTEL I
FRI., SAT., SUN., JUNE 4,5,6 Graudons was three-for-four. unscathed In five gamesto what hit them to the tune //1 r.;;
of 19-6. Garden had 20
With two games under their cap the championship. Gar- hits, I(
DOUBLE FEATURE belt the local league team then dent now becomes only the second nine of them over the fence. & SPORTS RESORT I
team to win the Annual Larry Hingle was four-for-
proceeded to play like season
Student & Adult $1.00 Child 50c ed veterans as they took on and Invitational two times. ___ four, John Watson three-for- : P.O BOX 1116 CRYSTAL RIVER. FLA 32629
sent to the losers bracket the three, all homers. A Family Report J
I olil-tlmer If
THE Palatka Merchants 18-16 rapping Garden's fourth win came against un
CIO Hurst-Terwlllegar and you can rrmemlxr when tinroffre -
the ball with authority; .
1 SUSPENSE break wan lunch.
I for 23 base hits.Richard Wain-
I wright was four-for-four,John- .
MURDER i - - - -
I my Grlffls four-for-five and 301

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r!r By Karen Supcky

Hampton Elementary
sixth grade class of Mrs.Ear-
selen Zimmerman put on a
play last Tuesday May 25. ILL
The one-half hour long play,
which took place In the school
auditorium, was held to commemorate -
Mother's Day.
The final Hampton PTA meetIng "
for this school year was

also Events held of Tuesday the evening.evening.Included ItiF
election of PTA officers
for the coming school year. ii:'

Newly follows elected: Vernon officials Parmenter are as,
President; Mrs. Luther Raley,
Vic President; Mrs. Martha
Smith Secretary; Carolyn
Joyner, Treasurer; Dolores BEEF PEDe Qi
Meng, Reporter; and Mrs. Hal
Register, Membership Chair _

man.The schedule for coming summer 1 I 1
classes was announced at 1
the meeting. They are as follows
: The .last day of school
for this semester Is June 17.
Summer school classes will PRICES GOOD MON., MAY 31 Thru SUN., JUNE 6
be for only four weeks, from
vious the fall semester -
will years start August 30, one
week before Labor Day. The Cat Food ''i.10c: Pineapple SCAN' "IOc
plan above your schedule vacations is definite according-, so 0 0 .

ly.School activities for last week

grade come and to class a the close of sixth Mrs.with grade Hal the class Register fifth- Hot Sauce 6-oz. 1 OC R yal l Gelatins 10

of taking Mrs.a Earselene field trip Zimmerman to Rainbow e 0 BOTTLE o -:

Springs. Bag lunches were tak- KRAFT
en along as the entire day was THRIFTY MAID

devoted Maybe to you the trip.still can't beat Mustard 6-oz. I OC
City; Hall, but now the opportunity Prepared JAR Puddings : 1 OC
; is open for you to Join.Adult O 0 PKG.
education classes are now
In progress at Hampton Clty; THRIFTY MAIDTomato
Hall twice weekly. Classes are CREAMETTE

held nings Monday from 7 and to 930.Thursday: eve Sauce 8-0*. 1 Oc Elbow .Dr
Macaroni 1 OC
present Mrs. Barbara enrollment Hill of, with 9 students t- CAN PKG.:
conducts a class in basic
education. Mr. Bill Cos- DAWN FRESH
tello heads a general education -
I class and has a total enrollment -
of 27 students. Mushroom Sauce 5 1 OC Cheese Curls '. 1O
tello's The students class are In striving Mr. Cos-to CAN ;:;;.
attain their General Education
Diplomas (G.E.D.). The G.E.D.is BRILLO PLANTERS
equivalent to a standard high

school as such diploma In most and Jobs Is accepted wherea Soap Pads ?PKG.: 1OC Onion *..,'IOc:
high school diploma is a O Rings i _, 0 CAN L
requirement. The G.E.D.Is given
by the State of Florida. '

wright PERSONALS Welcome,. newest to: Dennis resident Lee Boat-of Potato Sticks CAN l Oc Rubbing Alcohol 1 Oc

Hampton. Born to Edle and BOTTLE
Terry Boatwright 12:45: a.m.
Tuesday, May 25, Dennis SWEETHEART
weighed 6 pounds, 15 ounces TRAY JACKS

and Mother both and doing child well.are now home Bathroom BATH 10 i
Soap BAR Sandwich Cookies 27/8-OZ. lOe1OC
Shands'Joe Wiggins Medical was admitted Center to in PKG.;

Gainesville Thursday, May 27. CARNATION
He entered the hospital to undergo DIXIE DARLING'

tests and treatment.. Skim Milk l tgAO'1: Oc Dinner Rolls 11' -CT.

0 0 . PKG.
The First Baptist Church of FIRESIDEMarshmallow
Hampton attended the Fourth

Annual Christ' Teen'Ambassadors Banquet last Fri-for s.or.1 Oc Muffin
Corn Mix 8-oz.
day.The banquet was held In the K : PKG.: 1 Oc

Dolphin Room of the Gulf Life .
Quantity Right R n rv d
Building In Jacksonville. ASTOR PLAIN OR IODIZED
SALT 2'IOc: ; ; 1
Trinity; Baptist Church of LARGE HEADS
Jacksonville sponsored the ban-
quet that Included groups representing ICEBERG LETTUCE I IY'1
churches from six .'
cities: Calvary Baptist,. Starke;
Faith Baptist. St.. Augustine; I
Grace and Truth Baptist,. Pa-
latka; Grace Baptist,. Baldwin; HEAD29C Ix
and Emmanuel Baptist,. Glen-
dale Community; Baptist,. Jack- ,
sonville Baptist,. Normandy
Baptist, Normandy Park Baptist
,. and Plckettvllle Baptist, SWEET JUICY
all of Jacksonville.Scott .
Hollenbeck deliveredthe
opening sermon, followedby
a presentation of awardsby $00 A ,.
Rev. Don Reilly. Special 3 ro S
guest speaker for the evening
was Don LonIe. Dr. Bob Gray I
closed the services with ben- ,
edlcation. l


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been committed unto him. The CHURCH 422 N. St. Clair St., Starhe. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. BAPTIST MISSION MELROSE
The Lord Jesus Christ has great apostle Paul said "I Sunday School (MS a.m. Sunday: School 10 a.m. Morn- Morning Worship II ajn.Youth U.S. 301 North behind Taste -
all power over all things In know whom I have believed Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth ing Worship, 11 a.m. Sunday Fellowship, 8 p.m.Choir Practice Frees Drive In, Sunday Schedule of Services: :
heaven and earth. Jesus stated and am persuaded that he Is Service 6:00 pun.Evening Worship Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night. Wednesday 8 p.m. School. 10 ajn. Worship Service Sunday Bible Study 10:00
he able to keep that which I have 7 pan.Thursday. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer a.m. Morning Worship 11:00.
this fact when spoke -Rev. Robert D. Burch 11 a.m. and 7 pjn. Prayer -
to Ills disciples In Matthew committed unto him" ((2 Tim- ; night Prayer Meet Meeting Friday 7:30: p.m. Service 7:30: pjn. Wednes m. Evening Worship 7:00 pjn.

28:18.: "All power Is given unto othy 1:12)). According to Paul 7:30 p.m. .Rev. Y.W. Kidd pastor. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day. All other Evenlngs8:00.
me In heaven and In earth." Christ Is able not only to save Ivy -Leroy OUve pastor E.'". HAMPTON CHR1s11(.

This fact Is set forth prominently the soul from sin but also to SMYRNA MISSIONARYBAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Grills usocla'palCIDr.: CHURCH
In the New Testamentand keep It, to enrich it, and to CHURCH LAKE BAPTIST Worship II.Training Union, Sunday School 10..m. MornIng -
Is of great Importance.It strengthen It for victory In 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Sunday School 9:30: ; Training 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 11 ajn. Evening
Is the base of everything In every condition of life : Sunday School, 10 ajn. Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Worship LeRoy Dalrymple Pastor. BROOKER Worship, 7.-James Shaw pan- .
the Christian life and exper- Christ therefore Is able to
ience. subdue all things unto himself. Lynwood Walters Preaching. II a.m.'Training Union 11 a.m.; Evening: Worship Sunday School 10 ajn. Worship tor.

In the book of Hebrews 7:25: Paul said "We look for the Work 5:45 p.m. Evening Wor- 7:30: p.m.i; Prayer Meeting 7:30: BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Services 11 a.m. and 7
tile writer has penned these Savior the Lord Jesus Christ: Completes ship 7 pjn.Everyone welcome. Wednesday. Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn- p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
words. "Wherefore he Is able who shall change our vile body At SeminaryLynwood -Wilbur Dy..., pastor. Pastor Rev. Robert West. Ins Worship 11 a.m.; Evening Rev. Lacy Conway Pastor. BROOKER. FLA.

also to save them to the uttermost that It may be fashioned like Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun-
his CHURCH OF GOD Meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. GRAHAM day School 10 ajn. Ron Bristol
Me can save the vilest unto glorious body accordIng BAPTIST CHURCH
sinner lie can save the to the working whereby he Walters son of Mr. OF PROPHECY BROOKER -Rev. J.C. Sounders pastor. Sunday School 10 ajn. Mor- Superintendent.Training Union -
10 Morn-
most wicked person. lie Is a- Is able even to subdue all things and Mrs. SL. Peek Jr., of Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday School a.m. ning Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 6:43 p.m. Lowell Douglas
Ing Worship II
Starhe, has completed requirements a.m. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Director. Worship Services 11ajn.
ble to save from the powerof unto himself (Phlllpplans Worship II ajn. Young
sin the presence of sin, 3:20-21): ). What marvelous ability for graduation from People's Service 6 p.m. Union,8 7 p.m. Evening Worship Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday P.m.Rev.. John Ross, pester ., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw,music -
the penalty of sin, and to reconcile ; the Christ hast The soul Southeastern Baptist Theological Evangelistic Service 7 p.m. p.m.7:30 Wednesday Night School II a.m. Morning Wor- director.
the soul to God. lie that will trust Him can live Seminary at Wake Forest, Wednesday Prayer Meeting p.m. Everyone ship 6 p.m. Training Union EVERGREEN BAPTIST
can take away the love for the victorious life in and through N.C. and will be awarded the 7:30 p.m. Come and worship welcome.L.L. 7 P.m. Evening Worship. Northwest of HEILBRONN BAPTIST'
Parker pastor. Highway 125.
sin and pleasure of sin lie Him and awake In Ills glor- M. Divinity degree at commen- with us. Wednesday7:30: PrayerSer- Lawtey. 10 CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.
has power of which one Is not ious likeness lie Is able to cement exercises on May 28. -Rev. Bobby Harris pests vices. Sunday School Sun a.m. Sunday ::School 9:45 a.m.
the soul In Walters is a graduate of Brad- PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper Pastor Morning Worship 11:15.
aware In the spiritual realm keep even eternity Morning Worship, 11. Training
day Night Service 7:30
and is willing to enrich the ford High School and Furman GREATER:: BETHLEHEM Sunday School 10 a.m. p.m. Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Service -
University He has served as FREE WILL BAPi LSTCHURCII 11 Pre- Wednesday Prayer Meeting.
life of men. Morning a.m. CHURCH 7:30. Midweek PrayerService
An Important fact for one J.C. Brown, Minister assistant pastor of Enfield Bap Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday Services (Booster Band, Young Sunday School 9:45 ajn.; 7:30 p.m. Rev. Albert Knight 7:30.
to remember !Is that Christ First Christian Church tist Church Enfield, N.C., and School. Jfc30t Morning Worship, People and Prayer Service), 6 Morning Worship. 11 a.m.Even- pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe
Is now assistant pastor of Mof- U; League.NlcmtServlce, Worship 7 pastor.
-...- p.m. Evening p.m. Ing Worship 7 p.m.;Wed. Prayer -
fett Memorial Baptist Church 6 p.m. -- Rev. Jasper Williams Midweek Service Wednesday. Meeting and Bible Study 7 LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH

6i eQ/lie Danville Va. lie Is married to pastor. 7:30: \ p.m. Rev. John Strickland p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. SuncJa.y.School. 9:45 .! ;
I the former Brenda Gulnn of Pastor. G.F. Prevatt, pastor Everyone Morning. Worship 11 a.m.Even- CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
Gainesville. FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome. Wt Worship 7:30 p.m. Midweek LATTER DAY SAINTS
Bible 1404 E. Bessent Road
7:30: p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30 a.
Reba A. NorsworthyMrs. Ira K. TerrellIra MADISON STREET Worship Sunday .,School.; Junior 9:45: and; Morning Senior Sunday Highway( School-100 at a.m.Theressa MornIng -) FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Be in church Sunday. m. Sunday School. 10 a.m. Sac-

BAPTIST CHURCH MYF groups 6 P.m. Worship U a.m. Train Sunday Service:Sunday School Frank Jarvis pastor. raiment 6 p.m.
Reba Andreu Norsworthy. Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Union 6:30 Even- Monday Mia 7:30 p.m.
K. Terrell 38, a former ing p.m. ; 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship,
58, of Santa Fe Lake near resident of Bradford County; Sunday June 6Sunday 7 pjn. Prayer Meeting, Ing Worship 7:15 p.m. 10:45: a.m. EveningService 7:15 Tuesday Primary 4:30: p.m
Keystone Heights, died Sunday died Sunday May 30 In a Tuscaloosa School!, 9:45: ; Morning Worshipat 7:30. Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Night Prayer Ser p.m. Youth Croup Meeting,Sun ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC 7:30 Wednesday. Relief Society;
in Bradford County; Hospital Ala. hospital after a II; Training Union 6:15: ;WMU 7:45.: vices 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle day 6:30 p.m. CHURCH MACCLENNY p.m.Jesse
after an extended Illness. sudden Illness. Prayer Circle 7:15; Evening -DwWltt T. Farabee Jr. Packham pastor -J.C. Brown minister Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy President.D. Branson Branch

She was born in Valdosta Mr. Terrell was born In Geor- Worship, 7:30. Day Mass, 5:30 pjn.
Ga. Sept. 7. 1912 the daughter MondayYouth Choir Practice -
on gia on Oct. 27, 1932. He was a LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL.HOUNESa .
of the late Henry M. and salesman a member of the 7 p.m. CHURCH ----- r--_.a-e e a a e a-._---- -----a-ea-era-
Cuba memberof Ilathcock the Andreu.Baptist Church.She wasa Baptist Church and a veteranof Girls TuesdaoMission In Action, Acteens Friends 3:30: Sunday School 9:43: a.nu; .. &:: the Korean conflict Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth }

Surviving are her husband.of Surviving are his wife, Sally P.m.Wednesday-. Prayer Meeting Service 6 p.m.: Evening Wor Dad' steady influence I.I needed for .. I
Lawrence W. Norsworthy
Terrell of Chicago 111.; one ship 7 p.nuTuesday
7:30 Church Choir
Santa f'e Lake; one son, Henry ; Practice
son. Terry Terrell Birmingham Prayer Meeting 7:30
Deacons Meeting 8:30 LIFE'S OBSTACLES
L. Norsworthy Jacksonville; a p.m.
Ala.; and a sister Mrs. r awH,
brother Henry M. Andreu of p.m.Rev ; JJ
Nell Dickens Dalford. W.B. Chauncey.pastor.
Merritt Island': two sisters Funeral services will be held -Denton) Sumrall pastor. bt c :.. : .. .. .: .

Mrs. Kathleen Mclnnls Ocala; at 3 p.m. Sunday June 6, In the NORTHSIDE BAPTIST
and Mrs. Melba Kapp Long Island Hatford Baptist Church with CHURCH : f fWe

N.Y.Graveside. Rev. Aaron Singletary officia EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday Morning Worship
services were held ting Interment will follow In HOMECOMINGEvergreen 9:45: ; Sunday School 11. Sunday can cattily see physical obstacles .
at 11 a.m. Tuesday In Crosby Conner Cemetery with DeWIttC. Evening Worship, 6 p.m.Training .
Lake Cemetery with Dr. JamesR. Jones Funeral Home In Baptist Church Union 7:30.Thursday <: such as loge: boulders', .:

Neale Jr., of Melrose of- charge. cordially invites you to attend Teachers and Officers and many other things that may .
ficiating. Arrangements were their annual homecoming Sunday Meeting 8:30. Prayer
In charge of DeWitt C. Jones June 6. Dinner will be Meeting! 7:30Edward be'too difficult<: for our children ; Ito I

I-'uneralliome of Starhe. Ruth W. SparkmanMrs. served on the ground at 1 p.m. C. Harvey pastor handle, but things that are :' .
Following the dinner there will
be fine singing and entertainment PINEHIL,CONGREGATIONAL ( not physical are not always so .
Wm. A. PeeblesWilliam Ruth Wolfe Sparkman, METHODIST CHURCH "' I'
77, widow of Claude C. Spark- Sunday"School 10 a.m. Morning obviou A young
Alton Peebles. 65, man, of Waldo died Sunday Worship U jn. Youth Ser- help from his pal'tntilin cplrltiml .
May 30, in a Gainesville hos- Instant vice k .
of Margate Kla. died Thursday Housing 6 PJH. Evening Worship
after extended Illness. mutter too. The> church can I:
pital an .
7 8O tS
May 27, in Fort Lauderdale : p.m.Rev. r
born in Live Oak on .
She was Is New be influence children'slives .
lie was born In Georgiaon Concept Neal Starling, pastor an on
April 15, 1894. She was a member -
Sept 23, 1905.and was a retired but when I
-of the First United Metho- Keystone Hts.A you a parent.I
I meat t cutter.
Surviving are his wife Myra dish Church of Waldo.two AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH I are taking part: In church<: worchlp. .
Surviving are
Varnes Peebles; two sons Carl Claude C. Sparkmanand GeorgeR. sons Sunday School l 10 ajn. Mom- you own be uneven greater ;: I
Peebles and Gene both EvWor.hlp. a..
Peebles new concept In housing ing Worship 11 ajn.
both of St. Petersburg
of Tampa; two daughters Mrs. Sparkman two, sisters Mrs. In this area Is "Instant housing 7 pjn.i, Wed. Prayer Influence. Give: your children, I
LaVonno Malola, Syracuse N. ; ." or modular constructed Meeting and Bible Study I
James II. Granger Waldo and the leaders! of the future a hand
Y, and !Mrs Thelma Yates homes which Meet
Lake are carried to the 7 p.m. Young Peoples I
R.W. Washington
El Paso, Texas; one sister grandchildren and site and put together. f i"j' every Monday 7 pjn. now when they need it most

Mrs. Ola Wilson Louisville five City;great seven grandchildren. G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone I Take them to church. regularly II

Ga.; and eight grandchildren. Funeral services were held Richard T. Lovorn of Key- Welcome.ST. I
Funeral services held and too. will have
were at 2 Tuesday In the Waldo stone Heights is the dealer for you a
at 2 p.m. Monday at the grave- Methodist Church with Rev.Jo- the new type; housing with EDWARD'S CATHOLIC fuller" and better life. '
side in Crosby Lake Cemeterywith seph Fulford officiating. Inter- which he says he is "really CHURCH STARKE i :
Rev. DeWItt T. Farabee ment was In Waldo Cemeterywith thrilled." A model can be seen Father James Oregon, pastor. I I
officiating. DeWItt C. Jones DeWItt C. Jones Funeral on Nightingale Avenue in KH, Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday : .
Funeral Home was in charge Home in charge. site of the dealership which Lo- Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass ATTIND CHURCH :
of arrangements vorn is opening. The housing 7 p.m.
is FHA approved he says with Confessions -- Saturday 6 I
ing. It is impossible to give
double floors and 2x4 studs pjn. I

anything away! Giving is a on 16-inch centers. School of Religion ... ., ,..... ... ,., .
.. _
part of the law of God In which Grade School -- Sunday U rY".v: :<: :< : >:>::} :: "' .v """"': +inWRitJ'r'; I

the good that is shared la returned -. suspiciously like half a.m. to 12 noon. i 1e"nAAhdhxdq.nrMMl"I/MyMMarMAMr.NIMN". I I SNI T1it t

multiplied. We only of Looking a mobile home before the High School -- Wednesday I..i. ...f al."l.m"IN.' -L r.rnhid"" I.r.bMme. lilt......... .HAM *' I
r" need to try giving low away. modules are placed together 7 to 8 p.m. I : ,IMf.. |...104m' 'III iht I.., 9t M. m tovwiMNflt tt ..Itr, tr wty tf Wt mH .UMfftiM'tit $1': ,
/Bitle Friendship and happiness return the new type; housing Is "the I. .n* Hit "....tmi hKli.t MI/I' M.", nN tanitiMr. H"ttt. > Freely give. (Matt. 10:8)) In such quantities that coming thing for modern priced ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL haa.AIM' ,*... .1 ".., tot .....1. vmut Wit Ownii 1.( tiw' wtt III .Hit mHtnH : ; I
which we are amazed' at how little homes" Lovorn says. CHURCH STARKE .1' hlm.41 .... .M Ie.lr.r,, ..../. Mtl. .M.. ..... ...., ,..- ,M.M .Md. .... per, :3
One of the ways in we love is required to bring forthrewardlni' Sunday School : . life to greater bless i.a.m.Std. .W1. IddG/Id./ a I'
our F
open Holy Eucharist. ".."""*.h nil wl/ ,IIKII. "IIH ,I.Iht It 10'
ings is through the act of gir results. Sundays 11 a.m. Morning Pray c..._.... M.. : I

er. 2nd, 4th and Sfli Sunday, '3t k 4w'aI3$:+ "MZ: : "io .S! .m.;:. .s.gg,: 'W f
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EYC-Sunday. 6 p.m.

-John M. Flynn Rector


STARKE : G EST Hill Edwnrds I'h. 964-7231
Opportunities for service: d' 44 .
Sunday Brotherhood 7:30: 4 : Tire Truing

a.m.; Sunday School 9:45: ; "
.,,Ars'e'h Morning Worship at 11, ser- -" Headlight Adjusting
-1 mon "A Reed Shaken by the ca. Brake Service
Wind?": Church Training. 6:15:
Evening Worship, 7:30 Carl Hunt Phone 964.6111
p.m.; Wheel Balance and
sermon "The Safety of the
Believer". :539: E. Call St. Starke Kla. Alignment

Monday Trustees Meeting, /.HR. WRECKER SERVICE Phone 964-5745. for FREE
5:30: p.m.; Deacons Meeting;
Qur nearest branchis Youth Choir 7 p.m. Hiwajr 301 and 100 Inspections and Estimates AH Minor\ Repairs

Tuesday Helen Masters 410 8. Te..,.. Starke
on your comer: Group, 9:30.ajn. at tie church; 617 N. Temple I I\"e. SUrkeSTARKE
Ida Darby Group meets at

home -of Mrs. G.H; Bennett,
2:30 njn. Lorena ElI 8rt1nn
Group meets at home of Mrs. BUILDERS EDWARDS BRADFORD

do with ui Maxie Carter Sr., 3 pjn.; '
It's surprising how much banking you can
through the mailbox on the corner. You can Brownlee Group meets at homeof SUPPLIES Inc. Grocery and Market ABSTRACT CO.
checking and savings accounts make deposits Mrs. Guy Sale; Ethel Biggs
and apply for or make payments on loans. Hazel Grou meets Ritch at 7:30 home of Mrs Featuring Ace Hardware Groceries -Meats-Feed Better Service For Your
All by mail. So when weather or health limits your : p.m.
mobility remember our branch on the corner. Wednesday Family Night Complete Paint Supplies GAS AND OIL Title Problems.
forms today. Supper 6 P.IJI.J; Prayer MeetIng %
Write or come In for free "Bank-by-Mail" '
R.A. Meeting 6:30: p.m.; and Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys Edwards Abstracts
Teachers and Officers MeetIng -
7:15 p.m. Church Choir First"U. S. 301 South Stark. Title Insurance

FLORIDA"BANK Practice 8:15: pjn. -Check With Ua .
15HV.. Call Ph. 964-6SM
Thursday, Visitation, 7:00 Sit Washington 81. 64-5270 -

Hogan, pastor.


Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. me flee' .ppllesTile......... eonpleU Tehcnah.n line .(.. Owaed By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida CountiesHelping; Our leaabera Live ."flee

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One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
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Tracy W. BakerIn
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Keystone HilitesCONGRATULATIONS / 4VV:::SiitSNSV:::: V ; the late 1800's the Geor- about six months of operation road at that time. cuted many deeds and per-
=* gia Southern & Florida Rail- the late Senator W.E. Baker formed some marriages.The .
I i News NotesBy way was built from Valdosta, took over the store operation This sandhill area, from a- writer, after selling his
By GLORIA REDFEARN : Ga. to Palatka, and the town and about this same time J.L. round the town of Keystone store at Brooklyn was directly
i PUo Call 473.3288 of Brooklyn was establishedJust King sold out his developmentto Heights south to Baywood and employed In construction of
0,473.4182 n Helen ECM north of Keystone Heights, J.B. Zeall of Sebring. Carraway, beginning in the late the hotel and first houses
'i: about half a mile. W.E. Baker sold the store 1800's and reaching its peak a- built In Keystone Heights, and
.I'' FASHION SHOW ously happy in leaping with The first owner of the Brook- Interest then to T.W. Baker bout 1925: was known for Its later went into business with
.. .... '"'''' '- :'r. ''" .,"'" .. 'H... Mrs. Voyles for details. On Saturday evening, May 22, Joy on Mr. Sheets' return. She lyn general store and post office and J.B. Zeall brought in Mr. production of tomatoes and early the brother of John Lawrence,
t f,: : : At the close of the club year, at the Keystone Heights Masonic will now be the family pet. was Mr. Hillyer, who the John Lawrence, who was Involved peaches. The writer has Mr. J.H. Lawrence (real estate -
,{ Mrs. Voyles wishes to thank Hall a splendid f'ashlonShow Mr". Gnome Ynumr Orange writer can Just recall about previously in the dev- seen as many as 700 crates and Insurance), later sell-
\ ), f" all loyal friends and members was held, under the Ways Com- City; is spending a few days In 70 years ago. His son Ed- elopment of Sebring. per day shipped from Brook- Ing the Insurance business to
.'.1 .. :" :. for their support of all club mittee direction. The Chairmanwas Keystone as house guest of Mr. Hillyer, took over the store T.W. Baker then sold the lyn and repeated at Lake Geneva F.M. Walrath, Sr.
,. activities of the past season Mrs. Grace Keeth, and and Mrs. Hector Ownbey. Mrs. and post office some years store to Mr. Fred Carr, a retired Grandln,, and Florahome, The first power plant in
: especially for attendance at the members of her committeewere Young is a charter memberof later. railroad engineer who was while he was depot agent at Keystone Heights was a Delco
i Aloha Card Party Luncheonandthe Mrs. Georgia Murrhee, the Keystone Heights Eas- The first plat of record of brought in by Mr. Frank Wal- Brooklyn. which supplied lights for the
... :. Smorgasbord Supper in May. Mrs. Dorothy Koons, Mrs. Ar- tern Star Chapter 279. the town was made In 1911 by rath and Jim Rouser, an uncle hotel, John Lawrence's houses
At the Junior Woman's Club cena Wilson, and Mrs. Nell Let's see what happens to H.W. DeSaussure; surveyor of of Mr. Carr. Mrs Hlllyer, the wife of and the first three or four
; .. Installation Mrs. K.L. Stanley, Duncan. some of our winter visitors Orange Park. It was replnttod J.II. Lawrence was dissatisfied Ed Hlllyer, Is at present In additional houses. Mr. Law-
"..j, 7( President of the Junior Womans The models were local people when they leave the sunshineand again by C.A. Lei lardy In 1914 with the town as it was the Starke Nursing !Homo and rence then erected the present -
; .' '" Club, presented Mrs. Voyles somegraduatosoftheflome cool evening breezes for for J.L. King, a land promo- platted, and he proceeded to reached her 101st birthday on water tank and put a
,if! '., I, President of the Senior Club Economics classes In which northern country. Shortly after tor, and about the same time acquire the area that Is now May 8. Iler daughter, Miss Iva pump in Brooklvn Lake at the
with a check for purchase of participants had taken the Beginners Royal and Esther Shultis Mr. Hlllyer sold the store to Keystone Heights from var- Hlllyer, lives on Lake Santa same time erecting another
36 additional chairs for the Class In sewing at the left for Sun Prairie. Wts. the partners Hutsong & DlmlnleU ious old settlers (Cab Wynn J'e. between Melrose and Key- power plant with one single cylinder -
clubhouse. The Senior Club Keystone High School on Monday last of April, their travel took They sold out, In turn to WinKing Bess and Ed: Feustimacher, Mr. stone Heights on State Road diesel venerator.!
Ir"t.. : members thank the Juniors for evenings. Mrs. Rita Wal them 1,337 miles, spending a brother of Jim King.In Price, Mr Harris etc. ) and 21. The writer cut, peeled, and
;. ; their generous gift and also ker, Home Economics teacher, their first night In Tupelo Miss 1915, J.L. King again re- moved the town of Brooklyn delivered the first power poles
their support during the past has held a class for the past and the second at Mendota, 111. platted the town enlarging the about half a mile south and As you may not know, In for Lawrence Boulevard and afeeder
f ., .,It_ f, Club year.JUI'.10R two years. The student or youth The trees were still bare as original platt to take In a section named It Keystone Heights after small railroad towns like line to the plant. Mr.
group participants engaged In they got nearer the winter coun- cornering In what Is now his home state-- the Key- Brooklyn Lake Geneva; New-
Ed In
WOMANS CLUB home sewing, which included tryside. Soon the lawns put called Keystone Lake, and at stone State-- Pennsylvania.The berg, Grandin, etc:, the store- Wiggins was brought by
The Junior Woman's Club of cooking, and arts and crafts, on a trace of green as did the that time was known as Sold- first houses in Keystone keeper was usually postmaster Mr. Lawrence and took chargeof
and the and
Keystone Heights recently held under the regular school course trees, but soon came a chill iers Pond. Heights were the railroad sec- depot agent express agent acquired water
their Installation of officers for which they received cre- in the air, strong winds and a Will King, at about this time, tion houses which were already ( and notarv public as usual power plant from Mr. Law-
Our Congratulations to Miss Mrs. Gerald McCoy, District dit. At Mother's Day time the freeze predicted, that would sold the store to partners Sny. there, and the writers wife he had to take of rence.
Gail Wolfe, attractive 17 year V Director of Junior Woman's young students made corsagesfor damage the pear blossoms. der & Shrub who, after a year lived there as her father, was the entire needs of care the com-
old daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Clubs, was the installing of their mothers. (May 12)). sold to Gordon E. Baker. After section foreman on the rail- munity.; I also wrote and exe- Just prior to the collapse
Bill Wolfe of Keystone heights ficer. Officers for 1971-72 are This colorful and artistic program As the Shultis are very active of the Florida land boom, :Mr.
Gail has perfect attendance for as follows: President, Mrs. R. features three categoriesof In organizations In Keystone ---- Lawrence sold Interest
her 12 years at Keystone Heights L. Stanley Vice President Home Sewing, so they Just took up ( ike Santa Fe) in the Lawrence Dev-
School. Gall :was nominated for Mrs. Lyndle Kirtley,Secretary In the sportswear division where they left off here, by INDIAN BEACH By:p llch.rl: II. Cbltly: elopment Co.: to Senator Miller
Who's Who In State Seniors and Mrs. Joel Roberts, Treasurer the first prize winner was Mrs. enjoying Eastern Star Past Matrons ODe 473-1812 of Meadvllle, Pa., who
is an Honor Student.'. She has Mrs. Del Bennet, and Membersat Jo Reed who was Mistress of meeting, Golden Age din- Greetings, friends and neigh- brother and sister-In-law, Dick by 10:30: Monday morning. So brought in J. Edwin Larson as
played Basketball for fouryearsand Large, Mrs. Elam Glisson Ceremony. The student Youth ner, Masonic affairs, and Sen- bors, from your Rolling-Repor) and Frances Milliard. LastSun- fellers get ready for some action secretary of the Lawrence Dev-
is an active member of the and Mrs. Ronnie Homer. Mrs. Group 1st prize winner was ior Citizens Sunday program. ter. I guess you all enjoyed the day, Dick and Frances visited cause those Shollcrackershave elopment Co.
First Baptist Church of Key- James C. Cook was honored as Sonya Payton. Street wear mod The highlight of their first day long weekend, as we did. Our her mother in Valdosta, Ca. started bedding. Better
stone Heights Gall will grad- Woman of the Year. Hostesses el winner, 1st prize, Mrs. Flo- at home was the first day for lake klnda looked like Summer Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walkerand get your gear and head for lie(
uate on June 15 and will be for the evening were: Mrs. Del rence Forth; Junior Student fishing, so Royal and Ray left over the weekend, with boaters, sons of Jacksonville, and lake. Good luckl!
honored by local clubs for her Bennett and Mrs. R.L. Stanley. winner was Cheryl Tomes;eve- off working at the cottage which skiers, and swimmers every- Dolph and Shirley Reddish and 'hat 1 wraps up another week, In another article, I will tell
perfect attendance. ning wear, Mrs. Nancy Kings- was in disarray due to a heavy where. I guess that was a pre- children of Starke were Sunday friends, so till next week, May some! of the accomplishmentsof
DIANE BROKAS FETED burg Williams modeled her own snowfall, spreading debris all view of what we'll have all the visitors of Mr. and Mrs. D. the good Lord bless and keep Mr. Larson and more of the
WOMANSCLU WITH BRIDAL SHOWER wedding dress made by her about. It Is summertime there time shortly.We W. Carpenter.We you all early Incidents of the growth
In stallation of officers of the Miss Diane Brokas, bride- mother, Mrs. Mattie Lee Kings- now, with lilacs for Memorial were pretty busy last wish to express deep sympathy of Keystone Heights.
Woman's Club of Keystone elect of George Leath, was bury, with the 1st prize goingto Day. week, so( I know Summer's not to the family of Mrs.
Heights was held on Tuesday, honored with a miscellaneousbridal Mrs. Kingsbury. Junior stu- The Wally Mulhoffers have too far around the bend/rar- Reba Norsworthy, who passed
May 25, at 2 p.m. at the club- shower by Mrs. R.L. dent evening wear winner was moved to their new residenceIn shall and Nancy Beam of Key- awav last Sunday nttrht. Reba KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
house. Walker and Mrs. Veazy Walker Patti Drew. There was a Grand Keystone Club Estates stone, were out visiting us Wednesday and her husband Pap had been
Mrs. Sinclair Eaton, of Friday evening, May 28, at Prize for Adult and the win- We are sorry to hear that evening.Thursday night, our next-door neighbors, as
Gainesville, Director of District the Woman's Club. Approximately ner was Mrs. Grace Keeth. Mrs. Daisy Hall entered Bradford Otis Melton and I wenttoYulee, long as we've lived here on
V, FFWC was the Instal- 20 people attended, includ- Laurie Beam was winner In County; Hospital on Wed to see our old friend Evange- Santa Fe.
ling officer. ing the bride's mother, Mrs. the Student Youth grand prize. nesday, May 26. As of this list John Hull who was preachIng Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jones 4Fr
Officers for 1971-72 club year Alex Brokas, the groom's mo- The Queen of the entire program reporting she Is slowly show- Revival Meetings In Ches- and children, Mr. and Mrs.
are: Mrs. Earl Voyles, Pre- ther, Mrs. Eunice Leath, and was little Chris", Ing Improvement. ter Baptist Church. Buddy and Harvey Finn and children, Mr.
sident; Mrs. Winton Keeth, the groom's sister, Lois, and 2 years of age, granddaughterof Mrs Hazel McKay has gained Merle Ellis of Gainesville, and Mrs. John Cravey and DIRECTORYS.E.
First Vice President; Mrs. the bride's sister, Christine.The Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sikes slowly and Is able to take a came down Friday and stayed children, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny
Ralph Barker Second V ice President gift table was centered of Crandln. Iler entries, some few steps in her room at Med- with us till Saturday evening. McDanlels, Mr. and Mrs.
; Mrs. Fremont Tolles, with a beautiful bouquet of yel- made by her grandmother and ical Center, Gainesville Aunt Clara Sullivan of Wlllls Coburn Rain and daughter Suzy Ki rkA'F .
Treasurer; Mrs. Fred Wiles, low and orange flowers. The another by her aunt, were In We are sorry to hear that ton, came down Saturday and and her friend all spent Sunday McKAY. wEAL TOR
Recording Secretary; Mrs. Jay refreshment table was centered all three categories, conclud- Mrs. Grace Keeth of Gold Head stayed with us till Sunday after with Jack and Lou Miller and K. 1I"'lIh".M' I 11(.
W. Ellis) CorrespondlngSecre- with a bouquet of spring colored ing with her dainty; party cos- Branch Park, was called to noon. Her daughter and family, family and they had a covered .
tary.l flowers and baby's breath. tume befitting a tiny miss flower Tallahassee last Monday due Mary and David Stegall, and dish dinner. In addition to this, Appal.al'ern,, ,
Mrs. Ralph Griffin was standLi girl, with her basket of to an injury her father suf- children, Lamar and Lisa ofWilllston Coburn Rain went Cedar Key, I II... He i n., I ikrlr viHornet.
for Mrs. Fremont Tolles GOLF COURSE posies.It fered in working on a lawn came down Sunday and got crabs to fry. All those
and Mrs. J. Hanson was standin The Ladies Association of the was not an easy task for mower, and the loss of par- afternoon. Aunt Teenle and people went to school with the / h. Acteagei, Rental
for Mrs. Winton Keeth in Keystone Heights Golf and the Judges who were Mrs. Rita tial fingers. Uncle Roy Crenshaw of Gainesville others at one time or another. i )
their unavoidable absence. Country Club sponsored a card Walker, Mrs. Helen Wildt and The Bellalre Point (Lake visited awhile Saturday Afternoon visitors of the Millers )! ASSOCIATES
Mrs. Irene Williams, mem- party; Luncheon and Dessert Mrs. Mildred Payton. Drive) community; residentswill night. were: Joyce Hatfleld and ;t J'Cr Mr. Mni.ii,, llHr, 4 ..44O
bership chairman, welcomednew last Friday. Mrs. Everett Fox During two intermissions to soon be welcoming some daughter Kelly and Mr. and 1 I I < hl inton| 4"-4 r> -1
members, Mrs. K. Brady, General Chairman who did a allow change of costumes, a newcomers,' who will occupy PERSONALS '. Mrs. Rodney Riga of Cecil Field L J Rnblu ann 47S-404I
Mrs. J.W. Evans, Mrs. Fred beautiful Job, wishes to thank quartette of young ladles of Mrs. Anne Anderson's home, Raymond and Gladys Mal-[ and Nancy Naples of Keystone. Alan Griffin and fine catch P4sch l C mrr 4'J.43411
Wiles, Mrs. T.W. Pelllcer, her committee, Mrs. Charlie Mrs. Reed's Youth Choir of while she and her husband and phurs of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. Mac Shaay of from Santa Fe.
Mrs. R.T. Duncan, Mrs. F. Head, Mrs. Stan LaCoste, Mrs. the First Baptist Church gave small son are located In the down at their lake home next Gainesville, visited the Millers
Miller, and presented each witha Allen Caillouet and Miss Pat- several vocal numbers. The Chicago area. door for six days. Monday they Monday.
corsage. Also honored were ricia Wrinkle for all their help. pianist was accomplished in were visited by their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Johns and r
Mrs. rAlbert Bachmann, Pre- 54 ladles were served luncheon. accompanying, as well as pia- Bootlsle Lowe, and her son, son, the James Meek family, I GOSPEL MEETING i
sident of the Melrose Woman's no solos. FIRST BAPTIST HURCH I Jerry, and Bootsle's friend James and Marzie Kinchen and
Club and Mrs. Axel Malnurren. HERE N' THERE Wlnto Keeth and Hector Ownby KEYSTONE I HEIGHTS I Bill and Judy. family, Lucky Lut e.n and family -
Tea and punch were servedby Mrs. Raymond Starnes Is served as escorts to the par- Rev. Lawrence Carroll, pas Jim and Evelyn Brummettand and the Hills were some JUNE 9-16
the committee, Mrs. A. Mc- home from Alachua General ticipants. The entire programwas son Jimmy of Panama City; of the people we spotted down t
Klrath: Mrs. R. Wolfe and Mrs. Hospital where she underwent done with royal dignity; tor.Sunday School, 9:45; Morning were weekend guest of Pete for the weekend. f
A. Williams. The tea table and surgery last week. We hopeto and grace and much appreciation : Worship at 11. Church Training, and Joyce Barton. Saturday We'd like to extend a wel- Church of Christ
piano were decorated with flowers see! her up and playing golf is extended to the many 6:30: Evening Worship, 7:30. night Supper guest of the Bar come to Don Ritchie of Jack- O
arrangements in club colors again real soon. merchants and Individuals who Monday Youth Choir Rehearsal tons Included: Buddy and Nell sonville, who has recently retired at Melrose
of blue and gold. Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Redfearn presented prizes both for the 7:30: p.m. Gamer and aunt; Titus Olson and is now a permanent t
Mrs. Voyles made the following Sr. attended the 14th Annual contestants as well as door Tuesday Mission Friends Billy Noegal, George and Mar- resident in our area.
announcements: The club Memorial Day Golf TournamentIn prizes. Many people were made Girls In action. 3:15.: garet Brown, all from Starke; t
received two certificates In Lake City; Former Keystoners happy as winners, there were Wednesday Hour of Power Fred and Corlne Thleman and FISHING: NEWS SCHEpULE OF SERVICES t
May. The FFWC presented a Mr. and Mrs. Clarence no losers, as the program wasa (Prayer Meeting & Bible Study) Aunt Lena of Jacksonville; Roy Griffin and partner with
certificate for 100%/ honor Porch and Mr. and Mrs. Gor- prize in its self.FELLOWSHIP 7 p.m. Clara Sullivan of Wllllston string of nice shellcrar1"-" I Sunday June 13 Bible Study 10:00: A.M.
score. The second was a certi- don Lee, also attended. Thursday Adult Choir Re- Jack and Lou Miller, and James
ficate of appreciation from the We're happy to report that CLUB hearsal, Churchwido Visitation and Cricket Chitty of Indian .t I.vo I. Morning Worship 11:00: A.M. t
Trout Pond Recreational Park Mrs. Lucille Foster Is home The monthly Game-Fun Day 8 p.m. Beach. After supper, they were Evening Wcrship 7:00: P.M.1.'All
for In the of the Fellowship Club was held We were pleased to have quitea Joined by English and Romania
the lengthy stay
after a
On Thursday handicapped., June 3, there hospital. She wishes to thank on May 27 at the Lions Club. number of visitors In last Hilton of Jacksonville, and Romania's F Other Evenings 8:00: P.M.:\ t
will be a workshop in Dunne I10n. everyone for all their kind- Everyone was a prize winner Sunday morning Worship ser- sister Odell of Tampa.
Anyone Interested please call nesses during her Illness. as the alms and purpose of the vice. Among those were Mr. & The supper was to honor Joyce, t
older folk are that they be Mrs. David Edmondson and who went in the Medical Cen-
that friendship of working and children from Clayton, Ind. and ter Sunday. The kidney was to SUBJECTS t
E I I playing together with othersof Mrs. Edmondson: Is the daughter be transplanted Into her sis 9
i I. their own peers. So, some of Mrs. Cleo Dykes. Mr. ter Louise Lovell of Starke on I June Wednesday God Is

winter visitors who have plan- and Mrs. Arthur Sheets and Tuesday morning (the 1st.). We June 10 Thursday Will Everyone Except The t
i ned to return next winter have
children from New Brighton certainly hope both ladles are
to !' put the Fellowship Club first Pa., who are the son,daughter- doing fine by now, and our 4r :Members\ Of The Church Of
Friendly place In their interest. Mr and Mrs. in-law and grandchildren Mr. prayers are with them. i.rr Christ Go To Hell!!
Earl Swinford of Indianapolis Lester Sheets; Miss Doris Keith and Laverne Cheshire, # June 11 Friday Old Time Religion t
Inc. wrote Mrs. Julius Hanson Needham from Merritt Island and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Cox 1 4xir '
grow moneyRely that "we have made plans to Miss Crystal Powell from Picayune -; and family of Gainesville, Mr. June 12 Saturday Drugs Are A Menace:

winter again at White Feather Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Bill! Murray and son ,June 13 Sunday Bible Study The Holy Spirit
Court and we say that the William Waite and son Larry Billy of Jacksonville, and X. t
Senior Citizens of Keystone are from West Palm Beach, former M. and Iva Smith and daughterof Griffin's Lodge (east shore Today
.l Jr first in our book." members of our church; Starke, visited Mrs. Beulah Santa Fe), turned In the only 4, Morning Some Things In Hell!!
> The regular monthly lunch- Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Crom Smith and Mrs. Ruby Wolfe report, and though It's short That He t
In The
eon meeting of the Club will with good news. Ought
r from West Palm Beach; Mr. Sunday, It's loaded
be on June 10 at 12:30 In the & Mrs. G.E. Moore, Mr. & Paul Lee! and Greg Strand- Saturday, Roy Griffin caughtthe I Church
Lions Club. Make this also Mrs. James E. Thomas and berg, and Greg's friend of limit In Bass, then caught Evening Sin In The Camp
guest day, for if Mrs. Thelma visited Mrs. Jo Sunday. Alan t
v.t son Jimmy Mr. & Mrs. Rudy Jacksonville, 43 Shellcrackers
Dixon, director of Bradford Hoi lings worth and son; Miss Strandberg over the weekend.! Griffin caught 5 Bass and 30 June 14 :Monday\ Baptism How, Who And Why
{ County; Neighborhood Service Joan Hemdon Miss Linda K. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Spivey of Shellcrackers and was home I June 15. Tuesday Problem Children Or Parents

Center In Starke can arrange Thomas, Miss Melanie Smith, Okeechobee, are visiting her June 16 f
Wednesday Our Attitude
- Toward The
her program she will talk Informally Miss Danette Howell, and Mrs. -- - -------- - -

on the services ren- Lucille Pennington, all from I Church
dered for the less fortunate Jacksonville.

In the County.; Volunteers are Seventy-six; members signed Learn To Swim t
needed to assist In Head Start commitments on Commitment

sewing, crafts, cooking, and a Sunday, May 23. The first Itemon f
loan closet Is always needing our new outreach program or Swim Better cTh t
replacements. The need of
underprivileged -
will be a special eddy of "The .. ..
children for
Classes Each Tuesday! ,
Holy Spirit" which began this t
clothing for school Is
a high
1 point. past Wedneadayevenlngandwas Wednesday, Thursday I
conducted by our Pastor.This is
a very wonderful and valuable Starting. JUNE 19 In ,
t 0
Lester Sheets of Lake Brooklyn study for all Christians who Beautiful Modern 20x10' O ,
on us for friendly help, courteous returned last Saturday from wish to be used of the Lord. A Ft. Pool In a Lovely Set ,
special Invitation Is extendedto (! f ,
his Journey to New Brighton ting.
I service when we welcome you to our Pa. for the burial services of anyone who would be inter- t
his sightless wife, Tina. His ested in sharing this study wC' Advanced Swimming 9:00 To 9:30: A. :M.

I family of Savings Account Depositors. son, Arthur Sheets Mrs.Sheets us. Intermediates 9:30: To 10:00: A.M.: t tt

and daughters, Carla, Lisa and Donkey Softball Beginners (group) 10:00: To 10:30 A. M. t
Paula and Lee who drove
I Rely on oar liberal interest son Private Lessons ((1 or 2) 1030: To 11:00: A.M.:
In Fort Knox
down stopping Set At KH High
Ky. for a few days with Mr.
rates to keep your money growin
Sheets brother, the Harry R. A donkey Softball game will CALL ABOUT ADULT CLASSES t ki :
f fatter. Sheets family. Their daughter be played on the football fieldat
Joined the group Caron Sue, Keystone Heights, June 3 I
KEYSTONE STATE BANKF.D.I.C. where all were entranced with at 7:30: p.m.Donations. MRS. FRED DODD t
the summer and water activities will be $1 I for a-
Key tone Height. Fla. on Brooklyn Lake. Many dults, and 50 cents for chil Ph. 473.4206 TCM WHEELER, PREACHER ,

."Your Frit-idly Bank In.Your Friendly readers will ask about "Beauty dren. Poteau, Oklahoma ,
; ," Mrs. Sheets' 'Seelng-Eye The game will be between t
_CommonUy/ dog. She did not make the trip the Coaches and the Senior Qualified instructor Keystone Heights
I but remained here In care of football players, and next EVERYONE WELCOME f
kindly neighbors, but was Joy- year's Varsity; football team. 4 s e..eer. ... ar .. .,

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B rLura 8uroessAodr

--- FOR SALEI) 3 bedroom house,
restored Inside and the tones LT.a1001RD 49 40X99froolaouMloae. LEW'SWJ1DING located at 610) W. AdWns St. FOR SALE .

Wherein the corn Is planted are perfect. When I came here MARY SHOP Sale prtce$7,000,financing AD Brick Homea
with 1M-Yefe: .....
lovely Spring days from Nebraska after my husband -A.. be arranged. Call Bill Powell.
rain and Spring flowers that was IdUed I was so sad (Gale/. 1/ wes11)Rlaat Whisperingtel Broker. 964-6464 or 964-6810. W* IkdU. Aajr: PiteBOOM
make life beautiful. CARTER PfINe..Jf tfchg ABywkaj' .: ts V&b ,
and felt I could never play
.. US &
Memories. memories wife .ta1T 3iM +.. 301 Phone
music again. My WE ARRANGE ALL
dreams of love so true. asked. me If 1 wanted their ttstra CIIMp a.. '14"UJ1mLITY --- r.WU., ,M .
O'er the sea of memory. I'm lovely piano to Play. I tear- PAINTS paM M ''II!," ....: FINANCING
drifting back to you. said "No I cannot standto TRAILERS Low Down PayNBt
fully .1 eft
Childhood days wildwood play music ever." But not P.,u'flnltur CUSTOM BUILT OMF INC Over' a Hundred Jto9

days many days later here came SAME sue rest kws GAS 'AND ELECTRIC 1 To Chooae) Free
Among the birds and bees. with this organ. WELDING BRAZING
You left me alone but still I my am grandson glad to have It and often ......... 1fe I sA1M/a. SHEET METAL MERRILLCONSTRUCTION CO.

you're my own wish I had said I would ... _1* went
In that beautiful memory! the PRICE TRAILER HITCHESINSTALLED S IfOM North of Stark
take the piano. I have organ CARDS OF 'TOAXXln BEAtr Pm. seals Mattress A .
here where I oaU.S.301Phone
In den
Tho above poem Is the chorus my this. wee evA .... .. ......... tvrtnra. mnenprtnr' and foona. .-8521
sit to type; Regular glee, IOUS" ) "
of the song "Memories"which sister KaeII wend .Mer. ,. ltda
Years ago when my AS Stark Fla. UJDDIYMooRE"9
week. $5995 wttti knade .
at this hour In my life call "Cap" were girls at e t at
Whoopee! I have we lJn'hmer' D _n. elciW
Is the favorite
home we used to sing duets NOTICE
bought a song book put out by many of these old songs. We Jacksonville

the Headers Digest and has sang at commencements also Hole In Your RootflOrA BARRETT
I believe, 240 songs of past with her Stark and Keystone: }
and I long to sing
years and which I have sung again. She has said If she does 102 E. BROSfNLEEmod HelffhU area Customers) SUN SPORTS llHOMES

since a little girl. Such as not sell her lovely home In Water Condition-
"In The Shade Of The Old Florida next winter she want .: Hastings Mattrea| and MOORE BOAT FOR 4
Apple Tree" which was sung me to come down to spendthe ( I in. Pump Co. YOUR MONEY'
"The Good OldSummertime" Upholstery
about 1904 winter with her. You can
which Is even be sure I shall try my bestto 130 Court Street Stark Ph. '"-'TII
older. So I play my organ that be with her In Clearwater. 710 Rt. John AnaPALATKA Phon. 9645833PLUMBING

really belongs to my son and Life can be beautiful.I \ Complete Outboard AVAIUltl FOR
wife. It Is a solid walnut case had a lovely Mother's Day. J & J Roofing Co. Stern DrIft Service and

that was once run by pump- I spent It alone but talked to fa Open AgainFURNITURE. Fiber- YOUR LOT
Ing the pedals. It now has an the great grandchildren and my Phone 9644778 Water Conditioners Repair. Complete

electric motor. It has beenMFftLEFURNITU son's wife on the telephone. mod to your Hlway 301 South and Pomps clan. Repair. Custom*
Hal For Mother's Day they individual hearingvegniremeerls Repaired Reflnisiied WELL DRILLING bant Fiberglass Fishing 3,500teeosaFT.

gave me flowers and also gave STOCK HOGS for sale or trade. Re-npholstered Sales and Rental Boat.
me a set of new tires for m at no Haiford, Fla. Rd. 16 at I'd. 121.

station wagon and a new muf additional toit. Phone 431-1881. tfchg NEW MATTRESSESFREE Repair Department
fler. Son changed the oil and 24 Hoar Service WATKK FRONT -.an
put In new spark plugs. Oh! FOR RENT in country 2 bedroom ESTIMATES ) roil' SALE .
I am so happy. It runs like ALL MAKE HEARING unfurnished house also Call Collect 328-2144 OF
Quality Home Furnlsliinga new. It Is the 1960 Ford Deluxe AIDS REPAIRED furnished apartments InStarke. WB SERVICE: : all appUaneea. On creator' Lake sod Cwet
Country Sedan that Don W.II. Nollman. tfchg Rebuilt nreFancea) for emleOton's take canal. tCanal M feet UYIHQAREACALL
Custom Drap! /r
left In my name In 1962 when GAINESVILLE HEARINGAID Appliance A Servfce Co. Ma. | feet deep) Located a
Carpeting he was taken In the auto wreck. 964-9067. &tell, Mate Road 100. S mile West
S Interiors by Victor I do not like cars In generalas CO. ef aurtce: Pla. XdeM for acaOoo -
1000 Park Ave. Orange Pack un SEWINGMACHINE A. J. Thomas, Rcgtatered Real ccttJ ce. mobile borne of
they cause so
If many 1137 N. W. 23rd Ave.Gainesville Xotete Broker 8pee1o.biDl' foAppryt..6s isysitmeaL
26V9331 and But this was our '
pallbearers car and have taken FlorleVi" 32601 toe Ectatoe.vlduale Indi niece mart at /1,290.00200 SLADE
PROFITOPPORTUNITY and Corporate Owners.AJno down and 93300 month for M
good care of It, so like
Phon. 376-0095
!81<<1\1 rat eoteto <.buaIDOOT. > IDIID&i\ '%" ample an.*.
I like It,
new. Saxes and Service Thirtr: T_ experknee
Now since my son's wife says HOME
I should drive out, and I have LOCATION: PFAFF NECCHI In nortda land 1IMIUe.rw.or.t.. eau.C.D .
New Location. $64.6701 t 64.T101. am. 10 Ipm.
Starke. Florida tt eh
5 driven out every day this weekso STARK FLA. New' HontaUnlTersal woofcdaje. ttIm
;: far to the Beauty; Shop J & H ELECTRICFOR U.S. 301WE SERVICES
GLOVER the Doctor and today just to 1"01IALJC M.rko Oolt
have my sun glasses fixed and ALL $49:50 up : A Cttuntnr Club ready for
WANTED Colored maid at
ELECTRIC talk to people. Now have to YOUR WIRING Part & Repairs on To.Rena :Motel. Come after 3 ton'ldtac' on ar for tnveotnwtil.low For Information
go tomorrow and get my sunglasses OFFER all other Make Ma- irt apprtntlmatclr H

COMPLETE ; may do shopping.In Phone 468.1083 'chrnes.NATIONAL. p.m. Itchg. acre and letw. Paved road Can JackaonTille:

REPAIR SERVICE my last column I told win-youI 24 Hour EmargoncySorvlc" 3 Bay. 2 Lift FOH RENT: I furnished. 1 bedroom OBIT I minutes from town. Collect
had not been out all prtoo' start at 11295.00. $200
Suitable for
WIRING' IIEATINQAIR / ter. So now that It Is almost Portiol Financing apartment. month.
down and 135.00
bachelor girl 570 W. per
or man.
and the weather Is
summer Plus Can 9647701.m.. to S pm.
P.O. Boa 220 Salary Exp.ns. Call St. Phone 964-5884. Itchg
I feel much
To 314 N. beautiful so hap- School. Gainesville, Florida ache
pier and better. I walked a- During Management 378-1355'
24 Hrs. Hampton Fl. 32044
Walnut : Octan. FOR SALEUsed furniture and
round New Castle this mornIng Highoit
Phone 901,3835 and felt so happy that I 5-6-6-10 Gasoline Available. appliances.6/24 Phone 064-8088. O.C. Carnea Nursery

did not get the hurting In my 4tp
chest. When I went to doc- Thousands of Plants
my 2-1/2 BathsIn
tor Tuesday for vitamins anda 3 Bed PUMPSNEW FOR SALE1963 Impala V8, Fruit Trees. Shade Trees
AT PS. PB, AC $500. 1963
check on blood pressure he 2400 Evergreens Camellias,
-b this modern home of
GMC 2 ton $450 Mlnl-
said I Will fine but need to with Cent air and heat. LET US EXPLAIN truck. ; ('lAxaleas Roses
so, ft., AND USED Bike $100; Used Firestone Room Air Conditioner.
walk now for exercise. Don't miss this one If you THE I: FACTS TO YOU slicks. Call 064-5963 after 5:30: .loss. la ease Plant AayUaoLANDSCAPING .
for a large Touch" Control ComtoM Center
HELPFUL HINTS: I have a are home In and the grounds Terms.A.J. AND YOUR WIFE SALES p.m. UpFOOTED T.o or h,..Spelt)Cooling',

dear young mother who with Thomas Realtor! Tel 964-5701 PARTS n )tl. 8.E. .f Stark Hwy. lot .. fIeubltAnIio.ControlsAtomaICEenlemp, ,
.\ children finds It hardto SERVICE F1orboma Ut-ZlsI
young COLLECTSUN SIGNS: Treats to Tn"rmost,l
1! get her beds made as earlyas ONE: POHTAB'JJ maaoowo Deep and Shallow Wella withstand woatber aoo each (iJrlUrgf wetn.bnFdt"' "|
1736 some neighbor drops In so color TV vrttta Mand for tmttprtce. OIL CO. Water Softeners! and '>3* doe. Special price oa Urtor > Conoiionftttrttjnt" Cjsmgi,
she says "I am airing the acut one Motorola Q"o FUtenPlumbina quantities. Bradford OooatrINSCKAKCS ., MODERN MASONRY e Modus(tot Spaniel, Window
When feed- Jacksonvill.353-0941
beds. girl. BUILDING
Ing more than one cat milk ar TV odor oefe. Juot late to Mr. Moor. Supplies II Approximately 3eOOIQ./! Ft.AC as) low as
na at! IMpqutr* Dle4V -
use an old Ice cube tray. Both IncJudI- Office: AJ cent'
DATSUNGAINESVILLE can drink. IIIOUM. ; ) tteha; Evenings or W..k.nds EXPERT SERVICE ON AT: KEDCCXO 1tA'I'D' To RyRjr Ramp for Truck $11900
1 So I sing my old songs, I AUTO. FAB. BOAT Is.dlne $11.500 Term
drive about, say many prayers Joektonville 398-6531. DOTLK E. CONNXmtNSUHANOX CALL
for other people and I PHONE 864.7061DURRANCE AQKNOT' '
do not think I was ever hap- or Writ. P.O. Box 148 b4f
4300 N. W. 13th St. pier. II. FI.cn F'Jocksonv BROKXH
372-4226 Pod bless you every one, na = PUMP SUPPLY CO. FOR RENT -11' wide S tod- ...... "' -8"0 and Appliances
Love Grandma Darling. room trailer outatte city. tech!.
115 S. E, 2nd St.
0 llmita. J. B. White
Whoopee COMPLETE JANITORIAL Service 9G4-4114. ifro 332 W. J.ison= :

. 378-23JI.. . Cerpeta shampooed, tt-CICH ADMIRAL eotefnaed answer call w-8547.

I /J7 UPHOL8TKBTIINETWORX haw trailers, windows ( ) TV&b.< oar pUtureDaJunor FOR BALE-BuOatng on Me- The GlaM Shop
- -
washed, floor scrubbed.Phone .... .. DUoouat. tf Oollutn St. Derlrab! for lodge

LOW Bxpati RevrodvcUeaw M4-S77L Boyd Service, tfchj eW hall or can easily be ...overted Glass < :- '1 .

C. E. JACKSON WANTED LDITIMCIa Make Into ofire'dwelling.. Call ftc-h.468-1M1..-, For __ C.t-'riJo Marine

13U W. Mad'..... Stub NO GIMMICKS
PRICE 1171' Oa .....and Aoreat Bonn AH CARS and TRUCKS C.bi Boots
qj77f irrnrnlahed ........ -Woof Realty .... GENERAL FARM AND Installed Whin.U-Wait Johnion MotorsSPECIAL .
CARL BEGGS R to' 1gwer JI1' N. Temple Ave. Western Store Cnaton Vinyl.Aato Top

Pa. N4-N. &ub, M -
379S Western a Work ClothesBoot.
Gulf Service 1017 N. Mala OMBa
A Stetson Hats ALL NEW SKI RIG
razor AST ynun TIM oirnua C .
Saddles Tack Veterl.narian .
S Beelrooealrandabad
1"-, ...... br ....... a.nII 3895 One ef aba afcer tanea |aPtitt Supplies IS' Ceblo Bow Rider

I, a..r Woes t.nt.M. I .'R. Oentowl Boat Mon. Wed.. 8 to 1 GREEN'S 50 H.P. JOHNSON

Fuel OQ Vet.aa'.1AaM and Ar. Cus*. M njr Df> Thursday. 8-13 Co Traitor
Fish & Meat ; hat HtjM bovn br Ass Fiat Welding and Machine'
City Use c. Carpet Thnac. Sat. 8 to 7 All For
j Mara St. Shop '
Bvy. Ml N. WeUexwcra Baak Flaaa GALLBILL ) Lairs BoUar Plus Tea $1,995ADIIRHR

Market ..... Oia'e MoWte Usars POWELL: Pbcaa 4M-9041 P.O. Bo* 150

8aJM PROW PHONE 463-1734 s.. Lynn Hamilton"

T Burke, Fla.' 100 Wea4tf Before You
J uAamat_ Cisa.ed. Mg lilt M4p. Hampton, Fl. Buy

j (in? i:. ISICOU! () '.IIE: ST. l'fI. !961 I I.XI'77' cited and adjusted la yea* -VVsb vAS ELECTRIC 1030 E. University A....

) Mem.. 9.... "Taenun eteeaee SILL WILSON WELDING Gainesville
') FRESH GROUND repairs else. An west gias. ..zeIt..aa _... AJt/ttI era IUCPAOI: and ash oeartyemf
.... Donate .. 0I..: .. rttoae Mae ...ecr. onaUa.9t. noodle made fop aayfetaad PortableWelding Anywhere. Anytime .
"t-tal. V.ly ....... Wot' cvaflaUe '" .easeG rtrmMoe* of aft Light L.th. Wo* -
BEEF 3 Ibs. for . $1.59 "...... J'tr, Auewrt and t tMmeer. Ate VsV tone play sacra ata Equipment" Repair

wuriar&CE. V1IIJI 111MYIz R. K. BdBkoadeoa.onU. ell r vulo#. pnee' a.. Deb At Sh.p or I n Plata1Radiator
RIB ORBrisket _.. an state. eotoa.aaes P. Nor Dos I7. Hack ..aaerDleaaoai.. Uofc LJ.: ;
*. for aee oa wood.Hoetia. Gaga ....-"" N. C. 11711. Phoes11041IeFN1. I Cleaned, I rr.f1
Stew I 1.49 paper, atetal.AMTTVOKll isalllsw. ttlobf SHOP WORK R..1r.4. Rocorod. LV!
--BesmsrdWATSON'S oe..w FOR RENT: 2 air conditioned .: II.liP .I u

........... .. cottage Klngsley Lake Call t. \\U.ll\-tE\
3 LB. BOXSlICED 12' x 60' Repossessed Mobile after 6 p.m. Phone 5332366. h Mil. Seth. Ml .:. }
Home already financed take ..
up I \ .
Lewtex- 712.3512 .'
BACON 99 payments Olln's Mobile Home .una nat' rmji rum i : '
Sales 100 W. tfchg: "siper Letters, an ..... eetotw. Pent* '." W3

HOVM of Vacmmar1 neat a. for ate oa wood ataea ....

moked Pknks ....... ci ... vNtlwt/ lll-.l.l-: WAN'iri, : "tents, unvKK Taking ..'Ueat..... he ....ue. .aeaaddkord Je JYlp. ,) \
r1, ajtjt ... Used aMMBisM freak form $l.lll( par hour llalnlxiwI AirrraotoiTUectagfe. CftIIIf '-

hole Lb. 33t Slked. Lb. 35BY k lit. ttpeit Hepotos all Msk s.r4 I':anrin., (;.rrn\ \ I Ump. !'Jll4-r,2n3. FHA-235 Brows .. .. ,

se1 Ms alerl"a lei' vvw.t.aa lip .Yg
N.. Brick I and 4Bedroon
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THE PIECE awat ........ ftI V. I'Oil .SAMIU7II! KwiiHfc. moUircyclu. Homes
..... 0a/. sfa. rfcVflM / 'Irull IIUHH 11)1)) ). like Can for Detail
White Bacon .LI now. Illuu mud.ilu fluke |_ilnl.Tfili .
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..- J a 0RMIr TIsn4M ad Moderate Monlhry
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FOR BAR-B-QUE t umlnum siding 'liaise'' In Irks 1I1I4IIatJU. soon HU I Datamori Ok...... For sale or real. CO.
Boa 26. Ijiwluy. .lolin Crew
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