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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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In a 2-1 vote, the

Bradford County Commission

SlatedA pledged itself

a?=- Monday to participate

t} up to $5,959 next fiscal
study of downtown Starke
in 10-Coun-
parking will be carried out '" year a ,run' '
by the Bradford Chamber of ; '' ty mental health pro

Commerce after being author- gram to be centered in ;
ized by the Board of Governors -
on June 3. Gainesville.
The study will be made, according -
to President Bud Ml- Commissioner Ralph Bryan :
ash, with an eye toward closing moved to participate to that
some of town's loading zones, toy :, a limit which excludes the 1,382
In RaIford
Bradford inmates
customer
thus creating more '
parking. 7k.. t '' 4"fir State prison. He was backed ,
Brian Hamilton, local cloth- v nd { t v a r by Commissioner Eddie Allen. 9

Ing store manager, Or. Wayne : Commissioner Zedra Hamilton
"
Whiffen, local optometrist !, / ? opposed the move "until we
were appointed by Mlzell as y Ot,. K '' y '' get more information on It," aa."n.

a committee to study parkingand In two other moves connected -
make recommendations to 4 .- with the new locally cent '
the Governors. a tered mental health program, -+ ,
It had been recommended to aL 1y the Commlaslonunanlmouslya- y t
the Chamber's Executive Com- ,; ,g, greed that a 15-member board I
mittee that the Chamber give A .y, k : "' ? j" .+ would set ppllcles for the program '
.up one of its parking spaces. E, ;' x q f ; r and appointed Rev. Bob
The committee recommended :v ',, i1 t ', 1 Burch, pnetoroftheF'lretPree yt ,
against that measure, but also y ,, : ; it byterian Church of Starke, as -.
recommended that the parking t T1 J i'. the Bradford County member. C') Q
situation be studied.In ) '. .
other action, the Chamber -- .t" Annual cost for each of the '
Governors: + :! ,, 10 participating: : counties will d '

-Appointed Fred Barker, local t%4e'w vR? ,r,., p ',y. q be 45 cents per capita. Dr. Ro- x
Sears store owner, to replace r r t 41 bert I//. Gervals, director of -
Wayne Kinney, on the Alachua Bald Mental Health
board of governors. Services, he does not expect
-Appointed the president of M the per capita cost to
the newly organized Junior ;s lrt increase In the next few years.

i Chamber of Commerce chapter The prospect of steadily rising Arrive
! Attorney Elzle Sanders, asa f -r' !+ costs of participation: how New Tags
{ member of the board of governors r ,
has been
ever, a major reason
of the senior Chamber. y ; '
c + for the Bradford board'sreaervatlons
I f t Were urged by Chamber fi f New motor vehicle plates on sale July 1, 20 cents higher

Board Member John Torode to It was the.third time in the than last year to pay for them being fully reflectorlzed,
take problems employment v' past several months the comsays Tax Collector J.R. Kelly, above. '
rr the local vo-tech center. To- J mission had been approached The and Reservations for
new tags are orange white.
f rode said he has done that with
T&T r 4 y rt, about participation in the new specific numbers can be made by paying an extra $1
his Apparel Co. and a
t sewing class will be taught ,y "1 r, program which, Gervals sum charge for the trouble. Deadline to buy tags Is Aurust
J r aw ia expected to halve the 20.
!. in the clothing factory on Mad-
ber of persons committed annually Kelly's office already has the new tags in stock He
' ison Street using company -
4 machines. spare _to state mental! hospl- asks that persons sending money In advance add th 20
tats. many jnutmia will w cents to avoid bookkeeping problems. Many persons ive
"We're real fortunate tohave
It In the community," Torode finUhlng touch on two culverts under railroad trueeel cared for on an out-patient already sent In money based on last year's prices md
now Sampson
, County crew put basis while other cases will that will have to be straightened out, Kelly says
I said of the vo-tech center. The be treated Ina new mental
school "certainly extends education health center to be construcMotorcycle tags, both A and H series, will cost $10! 75.
( to where It Is needed, ted In Gainesville. Automobile tag prices are: D series, $13.25; P iln
I.. to both adults and students," series, $20.75; W series, $28.25, and WW series $35 '5.
added President Mizen.f Culverts Finally Go In The new program will cost Q and 1' series will go to $8.25- you happen to d +wean
f -Accepted and approved an Sampson $900,0000of first year with antique auto or a goat.
audit report on the Chamber's the ranfni*. Hv.
operation, and asked that copies Gervals said The Federal Government
! be mailed to the Starke County work crews have been involved over the week- then to Crosby, and on to Sampson Lake. Sampson Canal will put up about $6
City COtmcU and the Bradford end and this week Installing two additional culverts under drains Into the Santa Fe River In the Graham area. to every one of local effort

U f County Commission, both organizations the railroad Just west of Sampson Lake on Sampson Canal. It is hoped the new culverts, sought by the county since he added. City Tighten
which donate tax There Is a high probability
last Labor Day when the last high water occurred, will ;
e, monies to the Chamber's oi Sampson canal Is at western end of a watershed area Creek of getting a Federal mental
j Aerations. which starts Just west of Trail Ridge In Camp Blending, drain enough water to prevent flooding to Alligator health grant, he added.
Starke via Creek to Rowell Lake in populated areas, primarily In Starke and on Crosby
j runs through Alligator Last year 22 Bradford residents

I The two culverts, 68 feet long and eight feet In diameter, Lake."We'll probably have to wait 10 more years to see U were admitted to the Belt After
Intended take of water in Hood condi- State Mental Hospital In Mac-
are to care extra It does the Job, Chairman Dave Shuford said Monday
tions. They flank the three old culverts, center above, as the County Commission visited the construction site. clenny, said Dr. Gervals. Local -
and have been placed at the same level at the old cul- The Southern Railway System provided the now culverts mental health programsand
verts. the county the labor and equipment In an agreement such as the one proposed can
To keep too much water from draining from Sampson sought since last year. Last big flood occurred >In 1968 be expected to have that number Meet
Lake, and thus Rowell and Crosby in dry times, the when 16 inches of water fell here in a week. he added. Alachua County Budget
county; has constructed a dam at the culvert on the has found that to be the case,
Sampson Lake Road. The dam is constructed so that Road Foreman R.E. Jones said the county provided he said.Bradford's.

boards can be lifted out in high water or kept In during two bulldozers a front end loader, two draglines, and rate of admittance

m 1 t muwn <(!'Iritr&ufil dry times to control the amount of water going throughthe this two road week crews.to complete The the crew Job.worked Jones all kept weekend the Installation and Into per capita to mental hospitals "We're looking at an $18,000 expenditures. We must quit" do-
canal. It Is the first attempt to control the amountof from the is twice that of Alachua Coundeficit in the General Fund," !Ing unnecessary things. Thety's
a secret to avoid too many visitors site.
water flowing out of Sampson Lake. Gervals said Council Chairman Neil Tucker remedy for cutting
Dr. adding
.. ...___._ ho said. la! Htmntv... eAgvthing
Suppu that 19 normal for counties wmuumahermembereo' f Y''I'"r'' '
J without local mental health at a special "state of the budyou can't do, don't do."

care. get" meeting last week. Wiggins said the city; started
June 26, 1971 It costs) about $3,650 to keep With four months yet to go In the year with a cash balance I

6 P.M. Til ? 6 Found Guilty By Jury a patient in a state mental the flsral year, several city; of about $67,000 and that
hospital for a year, he said. departments are already overreserve has dwindled to less
At The 414 patients currently In expended, Income from themllthan $15,000.
th M f......iII*" cos t th ._ k
e acs envy U'V mcipai power plant la falling II' IIn effort to plug the' lea e
SHERIFF WHITEHEAD'SFARM Six of 19 defendants set for the scene moments after the left the scene, Mrs. Mitchell a presentence Investigation. state about $750,000, he noted. below estimates, and expenses in the dam, Councilman Jim
trial In County Court last week accident: happened. After learn said she drove south on SR-100 George Barton 17, of Starke, The Bradford Commissioners -- especially natural gas my McKae proposed that all
were found guilty of mis- ing the car turning left had and obtained the tag numberof testified that he bought a slxhad lengthy discussion about for operation of the plant-- department heads "clear with
Lake Butler Fla. demeanors in Jury trials before Kerrigan's car. FliP Trooper pack of beer from the defenwhether the county; should con- are zooming, Tucker said. their chairman" on any expen-
County; Judge T.A. Yawn. Named S.P. Burnett said he traced dant's store March 5. lie said tribute for Its 1,382 prison In- dlture of more than $25. The
Diggs "We've got to start cutting
BAZ-B-Q Joseph Kerrigan, local bar- the tag number and later he later was stopped by State mates Commissioner Bryan ....here can we cut* council quickly adopted the proposal -
ber and president of the SeniorCitizen' OkeechobeeSuperintendent charged Kerrigan in the accident Beverage Agent Larry Brown, said he opposed paying for them corners.asked each and department heads a-
department
Chicken Bog Club, was found guilty returned to Carver's store and because they are not in a paTucker greed
head without satis-
on charges of failure toyield Sanders Identified Garver as the man sition to receive care from getting any Factors contributing to the
the right-of-way when turning Defense Attorney Elzle who had sold him the beer. such a civilian unit. Bryan opfactory answers. tight financial situation included -

TrimmingsCorn left and was fined $1 by Judge Garver used and testimony Dick Jones by Eugene, who Under cross-examination by posed the additional $621 theInmates Councilman Orie VV Iggins: the expense of the Highway
would
Yawn. Bradford High Principal: cost summed the situation in a 16 project estimated at from
had been in the service station Slgsbee Scruggs the defense up
the cob Chairman Dave Shuford chid-
on County Prosecutor George Ralph Dlggs has been appointed to show Kerrigan left the attorney, Barton'and the two nutshell: "The trouble is that $125-135,000, the doubling of
he could
ed
Byran. saying the of natural
Pierce used four witnesses to superintendent of schoolsIn station before the accident.The other state witnesses held to reincome Is not keeping up with cost gas purchased -
member Just a few months ago by the city for use at
R.fr.ahmentaCow1tIy Okeechobee County, he verified ;
show driving
Kerrigan was defense attorney's point was their i testimony.Stephen .
when the county; was trying to the power plant and a $6,277
south on SR-100 on March 20 Wednesday. that Kerrigan had not been Mitchell Henley wasfound count the inmates to Increase overtime Item in the police
Music about :5 p.m. and turned left DIggs said he had several placed at the scene at the time guilty of reckless drlvthe population for the 1970 cenNmv They Count department. a result of racial -
at Carver's Service Station, other offers but has chosen what of the accident: ing after a short trial and sus. The county should,Shuford disturbances in the school
causing an accident: Involving he considers the best offer. Kerrigan said the first he was sentenced to five days In said, decide: whether It wants Nwv They Don't and the black community; ear-
driven Mrs. Charley E.
Benefit For Legal Fund Johns cars of Starke by and Edward After three years as BUS knew of an accident: was when jaU and fined $101 by Judge to claim the inmates or not. tier this[ year.
Burnett appeared at Yawn. In addition the Judge But when Bryan moved to participate -
For Suspended Employees principal: Dlggs was not approved Trooper In
Scott of Lake City. Do the 1,382 state prison -
for re-appointment by his home on Crystal Lake. Ker- said that he will recommend : up to $5.959. an amount in Bradford McRae said that most of the
Scott driving north, said he Supt. Tom Casey. The meetIng rigan testified he approached Henley's license be suspended which excludes pertlcimates: housed ? $8,300 overexpenditure In the
Donation $ 8.00 had to swerve Into the left at which njgs'> reappointment Carver's place and had seen for 90 days. patron of the Inmates, It passed County count, or not Police Department was due to
per couple lane to avoid hitting a car cutting was brought before! the two oncoming cars. He said Dessie Lee Jackson was found 2-1. Apparently It's a matter of the overtime, for which nothing
In front of him and that school board was attended bya he signaled for the left turn guilty of contributing to the Gervals said that early inconvenience. Commissioner had been budgeted. He said
after getting back lit his lane, crowd which packed the courtroom and entered the station drive. dependency and delinquency of tervention In "problems in UvRalph Bryan objected Monday the School Board had been billed
Courtesy Ofnnmmunttg Ms car was struck by Mrs. of the old county courthouse He said he neither saworheardthe minors before a Jury Wednesday ing" sltauitions by mental health to paying 45 cents each for for this Item but that It evi
Johns' car. where school administrative accident afternoon.Judge Yawn withheld specialists will be an effective the prisoners who. he said dently did not intend to pay.
m Mrs. Johns, wife of former offices are housed. The Jury was out only a short adjudication of guilt and cannot participate: In the new He said that City Attorney
Cor. Charley E. Johns said ordered lovesway to prevent many slckmental health program George Puree had said that
State
Hank Okeechobee time before returning a ver- a presentence "
Diggi said his It Is planned '
she had been driving In back nell problems. the School Boat
not fellOW
dict of guilty. tigation. "You know I'm for saving was. -
appointment it for one year. that three such specialists ..
Mow Insured of Scott and saw no signal anything I can for the cormgaily obligated i matter.
Gene
Account The principal was released Carver was found guilty; Mrs. T.L. Jones was found field workers will live
from the car turning left. She 18 by a Jury on charges of selling guilty before ty. But I can remember only "They called o then
Up te $20,000 By also left to avoid hitting ; here on June on a Jury of palSand work In Bradford County, they
-
swung action CJ School Board beer to a minor In a trial lag a worthless check. Mrs. he said. three months ago we wanted needed help am i gave it
Federal Depot.lt the car turning left, but Tuesday. Dlggs said he will held Thursday. Jones was ordered to make to claim them on our cento them," lcRa. laid. "So
then Into Scott's "
I ran car. Judge Yawn sus, Interjected Commissioner -
Intmanco Corp.i. I Dorothy testified Mrs.she Buford arrived) Mitchell at- move to Immediately go to work there.to Okeechobee of guilt withheld and ordered adjudication ($.. Pago6)) (Soo Pogo 6)) Dave Shuford. (S.. Pogo 6:







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(9 9/n: iJi:1 i fo, Is Complimented Deporting Chicken<< Paprika.. IN a grout elm km
At Morning Party recipe. This succulent combination of a tender broiler-fryer
EmployeesPrincipal chicken, onions, paprika and sour cream in only ono of hun- 1---
Miss Patty Budd of Jackson dreds of thrifty dishes that can be made from thin.. virtuous bird
-jimt about your best meat buy at the murkct.
WOMEN/ ville bride-elect of June 26.
was honored at a "coffee" Sat- Charles Francis
urday morning at the home of and three members of his staff Chicken PapriUn

Mrs. E.L. Matthews. Hostesses at Starke Elementary were hon- 1 broiler-fryer chicken, cut Vi cup waterin
with Mrs. Matthews were ored last week by the school serving pieces 'A cup finely chopped onion

Mooty, Society Editor, 964-7608 Mrs. W.E. MIddleton, Mrs. W. Parent-Teacher Association. 1 teaspoon Accent y4 cup lOur cream
VA teaspoons alt, divided > 8-ounce package wide
M. Meng, and Miss Madge Francis has been named principal /
2 teaspoons paprika divided noodle
Middleton. of Bradford High School
the county's top prlnclpalshlp. Sprinkle chicken with Ac'cent. 1 teaspoon of the salt and 1
A pastel color motlff was paprika. Place under broiler heat 10 minute or
I Mrs. Tanner Weds William J. Dukes Wesleyan Guild carried out In the spring floral Two SE teachers first Mrs. Harmon until browned, turning once. Put chicken piece in skillet; add
teacher
arrangement used In the Morgan, grade water and onion. Cover; simmer 40 minute. Remove chicken to
In Madison Street Church Ceremony Closes'YearWiUi party rooms. and Mrs. Raymond Crosby serving platter. Add remaining Vi teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon paprika

Miss Middleton !greeted third grade teacher are re and sour cream to mixture in skillet. Heat just to serving SIZZLIN' SHORTS One
Dinner MeetingThe the and tiring. Mrs. Gresham em- temperature, stirring constantly; do not boil. Spoon sauce over '
l at door Mrs.
guests cool summer's
Mrs. Geneva Tanner of Starke with a garland of white and ployee In the school cafeteria chicken. Serve with wide noodle stylish way to
and William J. Dukes of Gainesville blue florets. Assisting In serving Clyde Sinclair Introduced themto also Is retiring. YIELD: 4 serving hotpants: top them off with
were united In marriage were Mrs. A.W. Chapmanand Wesleyan Service Guildof the receiving line composed SE students In 'a MemorialDay a peasant midriff.
the First United Methodist of Mrs. W.M. Meng Miss Budd
Friday night at the Madison Mrs. Gerald Hlcka.
service around the
Street Baptist Church with Kv Following a short wedding Church closed with their Dutch year's treat the Mrs.honoree J.A. Budd Mrs.Jr.,Robert mother M.of flag had ............I..........." .........................OJ................. r............I........................
Norman J. Redding performing trip, the couple Is residing meetings a ASchool"tohe
the double-ring ceremony.In at the home of the bride 130 dinner at the Garden Restaurant Naugle of Jacksonville motherof principal to the tune departing of "Ole
Tuesday night the bridegroom-elect, and ENTER OUR BIG CLIP AND MAIL NOW
the presence of the immed- N. Cherry Street. McDonald Had A "
Farm. Mr.
iate families. Mr. Dukes is employed at The long dining table was Mrs. J. Albert Budd Sr..grandmother Francis was also I.-NTBY PQRM-"A"
presented
Centering the altar were two Nor-Gas Co. In Gainesville and centered with an arrangementof of the brideelect.The an /
autographed photo album of each
arrangements of white and blue Mrs. Dukes is employed In the pink and white gladioli,pompoms coffee table was covered
class a remembrance of
and carnations. with an Imported cutwork cloth as ENTER THE FIRST FEDERAL,
gladioli and carnations againsta office of Dr. Harry Gruen. his last at Starke Elementary /
background of palms greenery During the bustess meetuiK, and centered with an arrange- year SIZZLER CONTEST"I
and branched candelabra. presided over by the president, ment of pastel yellow white .
Miss Beth Chapman, pianist. Luncheon Given Mrs. Don Hardenbrook plans and blue Fuji mums and Iris. Gifts were also presented to / Think The Temperature
Mrs. Morgan,, Mrs.Crosby and .
granddaughter of the bride, and were made for the coming year Presiding at the silver punch WUt Reach 100 Dfrn on
Mrs. AW. Chapman, soloist. For Mrs. CoueyMrs. starting the second Tuesday IB bowl from which Iced coffee Mrs. Gresham the FIRST FEDERAL, TIME

Mrs. Tanner's daughter pre- September. was served, was Mrs. J.R. Final meeting of the PTAwas 0 IUIdTEMPERATURE SIGN on:-
sented a program of wedding Walnwrlght, Mrs. H.M. Rlch held Tuesday June L New officers -
Ned Couey of Ralford arde and Mrs. Harry
music. Moody. were elected. New SE AM.
The bride was attired In a whn with her husband and fam- Methodist Youth Mrs. J.W. Bitch assisted as PTA president Is Mrs. Bill ESTIMATE THE TIME CUR THERMOMETER __AT -M. -Ana .P.M.Conte : .

blue lace street length dress ily are moving to DeFunlak Enjoy Swim Party floor hostess and assisting In Chambers who takes over from KILL REGISTER 100 DEGREES 100 sortx DAT
over blue crope complementedwith Springs, was honored at a serving were Mrs. R.C. Thornton Mrs. Vernon Reddish. Other NAYS
white luncheon last Friday given ,by Mrs. Jack Carter, Miss Wi[
a orchid corsage. new officers are Rev. John
A Mrs. John Greene and Mrs. Twenty-five members of the Sandra lIugglns, Miss Phyllis -- T"iiip": ,*
reception was held In the United Strickland, first VP; Mrs.Bob- $ $ PRIZES I $ $ ADnNAw
Methodist Youth Fel-
church annex where arrangements Fred Browning at the tune of Meng and Mrs. Theron Hunter. by Taylor second VP; Mrs. J.
of white and blue gladioliand the latter on Myrtle Street. lowship enjoyed a swim party The hostesses presented the T. Carver third VP; Mrs. Ed-
The luncheon table was cov- Sunday afternoon at the Olin honoree with a white Fuji mum .t Rul. Judging
carnations were used in White's Lake ward Wainwright, secretary;. ... ......._
decorating. The bride's table ered with a gold floral linen Crystal summer corsage and a crystal salad Mrs. BUI Rouse treasurer. u m.di"err if HHIM.. ":et.uir" crag, rim rmnicf
cloth with matching napkins home. bowl as a memento of the oc- ,. .. (In..raectao
was covered with white Imported fitness awards mnMe WM IN.l-niptrtMn
a were tor 'in.
and was centered with an arrangement The group was chaperonedby casion. Corsages were also Physical I. wrol OMM la.Time end Delo' i Ikil Ita el**Mil 5M tine 1110 I I. nmekl IsO rare. ............,.....ollh... lluler">U1.H,Ibe. .line.
cutwork cloth blue fifth Mw.t.r J J-14. 1971. .
departing .
over Rev. Hewitt Farabee Mr. presented gra ...."pcreiere. _u IM rim LM"I"SI./
of gloriosa lilies presented to the two mothers
linen and centered with an ar and Mrs. Drew ders. I. der. ..noetoet e>poolmrkct el Keel.e Men boon our ...... ,..In''..rich 100aUr.
and r
rangement of blue and white and pompoms. Seven guests l en- Reddish and grandmother of the The fifth graders also presented ....__loo__ L clod.. Me Ill one.l.,1'i nd. .........-.<... The ..... .Ui coMlouo. u
gladioli and carnations. Joyed the affair. The hostesses Mr. and Mrs. White. honoree. musical program about .. T.. ewy eeler .tot.. .. 11 order to de_POT ekMU lew torn*A* .!..?...o.mum ,*..T lw Mew N...-......i,........
the honoree with After an afternoon of swimming tare ....* tao U rcoBllbnud.ckUil
Mrs. Eugene Tanner cut the presented a One-hundred guests were Invited the U.S. transportation systemIn ( )ecd 0 vMckfwouy leckdpeKMr omce..ncduomcclcHeHMeocllcr
three-tiered wedding cake at book, "Leaves of Apple," as boating and skiing they to call between the hoursof song. I. June 14. 1971. ., :.::::./, .:. Urolotfol' <<,< nmMMIirlh.':lli.r8l.llo.' >. rir.>fFc omN
one end of the table, and Mrs. a memento of the occasion. enjoyed an outdoor cookout sup 11 and 12:30: with approxfmatebr to MmMm mm*. be BUIe4 or rceetnd kM .kucr au f Jon*. 30, 1971. uo liluurwet r< brut .Uo .........,Ito......mm,....

punch Harvey bowl Tanner at presided the other at end.the WSCS Members per.UDC Jacksonville.40 attending from >. ToedoMk. ..otok.>...-,l>cekceoMwtne. >lowlk.I. .. Jioio.OOMalMM.kr III._...Mil M,..nocMI-c,connUM ol tte Tint.

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The klUie ev -of otic" Ikoprlkeovlll" co totke cetrr poet
punch bowl was encircled Members w05:, ,. .
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Tour ManorOn 1 .0 100 Mroo U cd n.Ltlrl.r.la' mr im Ike We.tr
Wesley r .... owut.. IM.rl (I Les lun. H Ibnnch Lent' Her)
Have l
LuncheonAt / ;
Warren OUroieprUeleep : : .;
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NvlmmTold Tuesday June ]1. 17 mem- Kingsley LakeMrs. Hostess At 10. w."" >ro ttleilc> 10''Ito oil ll.
bers of the Methodist Women's Party 0
lnru; ; ;:.' Society of Christian Service had For Little Women
an interesting tour and visitto W.B. Mundy' Kingsley Prize Llsl Of Rrlx. 4th Prize

Announcement Is being made the Wesley Manor Retire Lake Home was the setting for A M-nMtonur.. (IM.I M 1.1.W 1 A 110) .00 N"I,,.A..o.ntntrle..t"
ment Home of the Methodist the final meeting of the year Miss Robyn Warren out- or mm tm the halrjr; r....)
of the engagementof Inez Elizabeth -
for the W.T. Week's
chapter going president of the Little
Church In Jacksonville 2nd Prix
Prize 5th
Mlxon. daughter of JohnM. UDC held last with 3rd Prize
Friday
Women's Club, entertained at
Mixon and the late Mrs. After a tour of the facilitiesof Mrs. Guy Sale and Miss Nor- a slumber party Friday night. A Ml Kevi..... A.I A III.M 8..l.n Accounl A UUt "Hevlrt.e"' A..n.DON'T .
the home, the women wentto
Mixon of Starke to Michael
ma Canova as co-hostesses. June 4, at the Logan Gay homeon
the Red Lobster for dutch
Lee Nelson of Gainesville son a Kingsley Lake. FORGET TO PICK A SECOND TIME GET FORM "B" AT OUR OFFICE
of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd P. Nel- treat luncheon. Those attend-
A dish
covered luncheon was Members and their guests
ing were: Mrs. Jack Eaves
of Hendersonvtlle, N.C. ,
son The wedding will take place Mrs. George Chesser Hugging. Mrs.Richard served day lilies at noon.and gardenias Arrangementsof cen-l dancing enjoyed and swimming games during skiing the Enter Our Contest Now
Mrs. DeWitt
the middle of July at the home PASSBOOK ASK
Faraboe Mrs. Myrtle Anderson. tered the tables where the 17 evening and a midnight supper.
of the bride-elect's grandmother AND
members were seated. The party was chaperoned by ABOUT
Mrs. A.L Crosby Mrs.
Mrs. E.M. Davis. CERTIFICATE OUR
Warren and Mr. and
Mrs. J.D.
Miss Mixon Is an honor stu- II.II. Adams, Mrs. Lucy Her- SAVINGS ..._ DIFFERENT
dent at BUS and will graduate long, Mrs. ".H. Moseley, Mrs. Canova Following, historian luncheon, read an Miss article Mrs. John Warren and son of IN BY THE : .--....-.........?. TYPES
Gainesville.
this month. Carrie Herlong, Mrs. Gilbert SNAPPY Hotpants taketo 10TH EARN t'--a- OF
June 1928
from the
Mr. Nelson graduated from Goldwlre, Mrs. Ruth Frazier, edition of the Florida 3r.Times cover briefly in this cool FROM TIE: SAVINGS
West Henderson High School Mrs. E.K. Ferryman. Mrs. II. Union concerning the career Jacksonville Zoo cotton mini with deep side 1ST! SAVINGS ...D LOAN ASSOCIATION f ACCOUNTS'!

and Is employed at the Gainesville M; Rlcharde, Mrs. W.E. Mid- of Confederate President Jefferson slits. A plisse stripe adds sur '" VuM
Scene Of
Medical Center. dleton Miss Madge Middleton, Davis whose birthday Party' face Interest to the suspendeced -I.NNN .- -
and Mrs Bertha Pearce. fell on that date. For Curt Greerife. topper, which sports a vriW Hows Savings' "*-:;.. ==
colorful hoot owl applique on
the bib front ............u..................................._____..........__......____
Curt Greene, son of Mr. and

Mrs. John Greene of Kingsley ..
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Lake, celebrated his 4th birth- j h S "z :DitiaEt IE fir" ate

On Father's Dayhe'll day Saturday with a party at 1 2nd FABULOUS WEEKAnniversary NOWTHRU
the Birthday House at the Jacksonville -
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Zoo. i
The 34 guests attending, Including Sale!

;f know you really care children and adults, --
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watched colored cartoons were
1.: ,, served birthday cake,Ice cream
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'.. .. LA-Z-BOV ride SL around Mark's the" zoo.Youth :r1 .:



: RECLINAROCKER' Entertained

b AtSwim
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$tr I youth of St. Mark's Episcopal '

Church school held a : :
swim party Sunday afternoonat ;r' : Lii!

the Kingsley Lake nm.-of .

Mr. and Mrs. James Black-

,. "I''f'U W\\ '' SALE shear.The 45 attending, Including Ladles Shift Culottes Nylon Jamaica SetsITnT'lops" 2

: ; J PRICED the youth and families enjoyed! "" .
J.L j swimming boating and siding Large variety in OUR REG $5.00
for followed by a hamburger cook- 01/ alvles In 2/$ 700 stet ea (V ol- .
out and homemade Ice cream. new fashion Ids w/maich- 3.77
colors. Iraq pull -on
a EACH $399 pants. S-M-L.
FATHER'S DAY
Susan Wiggins

l Is Honor Guest


'\ \j $$159 At LuncheonThe __ I, ,

Pecan Room of the Gar- + 1 +rti17 tiaa .

.1 den Restaurant was the scene ig s 6S
fkxy
of a luncheon Saturday honor- .

1 ing Miss Susan Wiggins bride-

a prr elect, whose marriage to Philip I I i. ao.<
Nichols will be an event of
July 30. Hostesses were Mrs.
OTHER Charles Darby Mrs. L.F. Din-

Mns Mrs. Charles Hardy and J 46 i ..
Lo-Z-Boy Mrs. H.M. Hatcher Jr. q A GU y.

The T-shaped table was cov-
Redina4 ered with an Imported cutwork Panty Hose Girls Nylon Short Sets ;

and embroidered linen cloth. Sheer from welet-be-("it OUR REG. $3.49 d
Great es of
Rockers Arrangement of mixed sum- 5' to,,!R'-9" Many shades tyle5. Solids
mer flowers, gladioli, snap
atripee printa.
dragons shasta daisies and roses Ladiee Stare 7.11. 2.88 f i

FROM were placed the length of BIKINIFANTIES S8e It0
the tables. Placecards markedthe SISes 3-0x rep. $249..., $1.88
'j .j 1AINAelAIGAOZ
seating arrangement

.. .,.. $129 Corsages were given to the far ., --. ,.,, ?t flve11 tkru t
honoree; her mother Mrs.Orie ,1C0 x a. Thru. 4 ;

Style 849 Wiggins; and groom-to-be's 6 p.m. Fri., Sot. 9 t* 7
p. m.
mother Mrs. Myrtlce Nichols.

Give, your man (hi reclining chair that leads the world in comfort and The sugar dish to the honor- 's Open Sander '1k.rn son. rr
quahtyl! He works hard far a (living, providing for you. Now you can show ..'.) chosen china pattern wasa

UNIROYAL your appreciation by providing him with the most comfortable .experience gift from the hostesses. CARP'S
he'll ..v.rlav..! Complete held,to-toe comfort will be his for years and Out-of-town guests were Miss CHAROE
"I years to come! And you'll be proud of its timeless beauty certain to Lynda Hardy of Macon Ga. and % .
Nillfgill11'lle i 1 enhance any room in your home /harmonize with' any decor! Don't just Mrs. Harry M. Hatcher m of

..n.l 1 I.I.i. say that you care really mean It with a Lad.Boy' Rtclma,Rocker'! ComeIn Dahlonega, Ga. OUR ReG
00
today for a comfort demonstration you'll never forget! This famous Or TO 79. i
la,Z Boy" Rechna Rocker"' is specially priced for Father's Day only! PAIRMEN'S
Friends here will regret to
learn of the death of Mrs. Audrey SOCKS

Cantey on Sunday June 6, Floral Bath Towels '
I In Madison. Funeral services Ladles Sandals 2 Pair ',
N $ $1 .
uTr were held at 3 pjn. Tuesday Aast. colore. Rep 288 OUR REG. $1.00 77 e 1
n 4fa .I.S 10 10. 13.99
K Eaf' ,,, In Madison. Mrs. Cantey the

former Miss Audrey Newman, Deck Shoes Rag. eae BATH...............570 titan a f j

served as Ubrarlan at Brad Oran a blue. Reg. $OOO Reg.39 WASHCLOTH........ 32C nylon 10013 .

.. ford 1954.High School from 1948 to Sires II to 10. 12.59 Cj Reg. $1.44 UTILITY! RUG :24>4S 1.00 r.


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Mrs. L.A. Weekly of Ocala Miss Marlwayne Page of St. ,-t;.(m"I.. ,<,z."iktIL .'tf1i
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was a Sunday visitor of her Louis, Mo. Is the guest of this : r
sister Mrs. E.W. Hayes and week of Dr. and Mrs. H.I1. ,

Mr. Hayes. Adams. r r

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Mrs. Edward W. Winkler Jr. Mr. and Mrs R.R. Turnip- '.', : 'I !' !ii' ,. ,.' ,' r ;
and children will leave Saturday seed Jr. of Arcadia were last ,,:.1.;''.'' : \,
to Join her husband S/Sgt. Tuesday overnight guests of )', ..'., .,,"'.. /1'
Winkler In Iceland where they Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams. ,,1' jN If:
will remain until March 1973. '.' .', '

Mrs. Bob Ferguson and Infant q'(' 1 f ................. .. :4/;:, :
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Mrs. John Sanders Mrs. M. daughter Julie Anne returned 1,(, 'I1r: ,''Aff':0! "i":'
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A. Baldwin Jr. and Mrs.georgeLoper to their home here Fri- ,, 0: I .;,;:" NOW IN HIGH
attended a FFWC pre- day from Riverside Hospital '1.. ',' -
sident's district council meeting Jacksonville.Mr. .
In Jacksonville last Friday
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and Mrs. Calvin Johns GEAR !
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Coker of returned Friday from a two I ,'
West Palm Beach were last weeks vacation spent with relatives -
Friday and Saturday guests of In Mississippi, Arkansas F, y{ ,
Col. and Mrs. J.A. Griffin. and Missouri.
!w'rJ aqEyAi' We
Thank You For
Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller Mrs. Judl Moody and daugh-
spent Saturday night and Sun- ter, Chrlsta. of Gainesville,
day with Mr. and Mrs. Ogden spent last week with her parents -
Bates In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Al- ,. ; k+5IV
klre. Mrs. Moody and daugh- + 9 Five Great Years! "
Mr. and Mrs. P.P. FancherJr. ter left this week for a month's i4
.- visited friends In Cocoa vacation In Oahu Hawaii as
and Daytona Beach over the guests of Miss Anne Savage,
weekend. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. /hat Killed This Bass See Us Today For The
W. Savage.
In
Sampson Lake?
Ginger Baldwin Denise Winkler -
'and Carolyn Brown attended Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper
Class Day Saturday and attended the graduation of their The mystery of the dying lake nearly every day, says Deal You Cam'; TurnDown
raduatlon Sunday at Tlft Col- son, Robert L. Cooper from fish In Sampson Lake_ most there has been a lot of "green
lege, Forsyth, Ga. Auburn University, Auburn of them large black bass- slick stuff"" In the water for
Ala. on Tuesday. Robert received remains unsolved the past two or three months.It And
We Won
Mac Baldwin b Years In Stars
Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy his Bachelor Science The latest to be found floating Is so bad In Rowell lake l
and daughter, June attendedthe degree in Electrical En helpless on the surface that "you can't even get In
graduation of their daugh- gineering.Mrs. of the water an eight-pounder, there to fish," Mr. Brown
ter, Jayne from Tlft Col- Is shown here with W.H.Brown,,. says. Rowell and Sampson are
lege Sunday. They also at- Robert Farrlor of a resident of Sampson Lake connected by a canal. CHEVROLET PASSENGER CARS
tended the Senior Honor Pro- Brooksvllle spent the weekend who says he has found 20 to
gram and President's tea on with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 25 dead bass >In the water In A thin oil slick has been
Saturday at Tlft. Ralph Dlggs. the last three or four ,weeks. noted over a large amount of e : e
The dead (or dying)base ranged the lake's surface In recent e Qeo t
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hatcher Mr. and Mrs. Peter Alognaand In size from 5 up to 8 or 10 weeks Mr. Brown says and o oho t e o o o
111 of Dahlonega, Ga. spent last family of Cheshire Conn pounds, Mr.[ Brown said. He he has not been able to trace -\ t. e .J- ..\.
weekend with Col. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mary Mature of New has also: found a few large where this Is coming from. ",
Hatcher Jr. Haven Conn were visiting Mrs. size speckled perch In a similar Sampson Is a shallow lake
Alogna's mother, Mrs. Gladys condJ tlOR. and the water is so low now
Local admittances[ to Bradford Weldon lat week. Mr. Brown, an ardent fisherman that a man was able to wade
County Hospital this week who goes out on the across It, Mr. Brown said.Gen. lOVER 100 1 CARS AyfllE.ABI.El
include: Mrs. Arrle Browning Rev. and Mrs. R.D. Burch
Claude B. Brown, Ardell Crosby and family were In Charlotte --- ----- ---
Carl Brown, Mrs. Irene N.C. last Sunday to Thursday ,
Brooks Mrs. Annie Tyre W.Il- business. Enroute home they Court O f Awards
lIam J. Underwood Mrs. Floy visited friends !In Monroe N.C. l"t.
Sullivan, Mrs. Frances Heff- Held By Troop 605 :r- -- a

eron. Mm. Elizabeth Crews. Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Girl Scouts .
Mrs. Joan Harley, Ronnie Jr. spent the weekend In West
Crawford and David C, Smith, Florida[ on their 27th wedding A
Starke; Mrs. Margie Dobbs and anniversary.Mr. The final meeting and Courtof
Mrs. Irene Dillon, Lake Butler; Awards for Girl Scout Troop i Us The Deals Others
Bring Have Turned
Ronald D. Perry Melrose;FredB. and Mrs. Donald Cooperand 605 was held Monday, June 7,
McGee and Mrs. Blanche family of Crystal River at the Methodist Church Fellow-
Cunningham Keystone Heights; spent the weekend with Mr. ship Hall. Down Well Harder
Charles A. Cox, Waldo; and and Mrs. C.L. Cooper. A specially decorated cake '. Try
Irving Rhoden Hampton.Mr. and punch were served to the
Mrs. Walter Stewart and girls, their parents and friends.
and Mrs. Lex Green were Mrs. C.L. Cooper visited Mr. Special guests present for the R Ait
In Washington D.C. from Sun- and Mrs. Ken Stewart in Mid occasion Included Mrs. Randy
day Tuesday where they attended dleburg last,:Thursday. Johns Girl Scout Neighborhood
the graduation from Chairman; Mrs.Frank Herlong,
Georgetown University' of theft- Miss Marilyn Bellinger has and Rev. DeWitt T. Farabee. it i 1 1 t /
daughter-in-law, Mrs. William returned to Samford University who handed out the "Dancer,1Badge !
Green, who! received her masters Birmingham, Ala. for six to the girls. Mrs. W. W ---
degree In Psychology. The weeks summer school after S. Glover presented the girls'
Greens were guests of their being home for a week. with their "Giant Leap" patches Sternberg I
son and daughter-in-law. Dr. an award which the girls Retires FromHawaiian
and Mrs. William Green while Mr. and Mrs. John Greene have worked on all year. Post / l 1 1 1 1 1L.
there. and son attended the Greene Mrs. W.F. Rouse awarded
family reunion at Strickland's seven girls their Sign of the
W.H. Nollman attended his Landing on Sunday Arrow: Roxanne Chesser DIane Maj. Gen. Ben Sternberg, 54,
class of 1971 reunion at West .'roei66.wkRaxrasem.mae ,_.._.., '
Crews, Neva Jayne Flynn a native of Starke and son of ''eiaas..w' ;
Point last week Mrs. Nollman Mrs. X.M. Smith and daughter Karen Glover,JennUer Padgett, Nat Sternberg of Daytona Leach
spent the week with her sisters Terri. and Mrs Ruby Wolf Dale Rouse, and Suzanne Saw Is retiring from active Army
Mrs. W.F. Swlnyer Mrs. were In Macon Ga. over the yer. Six of these girls also duty as Commanding GeneralIn I 1968 Chevrolet. 1969 Olds 88 4-Door 1970 Chevrolet Nova j
A.C. Oliver and Mrs. C.W. weekend to attend Mrs. Wolfs received their "Sign of the Hawaii. .
Denny at St. Simons Island. grandson's graduation from Star". These two Signs recog- I Caprice Waeen Holiday Sedan 2-Door j
high school. nize a significant achievement Gen. Sternberg and Ms wUe, V8 Engine, floor shift. vinyl
Mr. and Mrs. George Hug- In the earning of many badges Elsie, will make their home I Power Steeling Power Brakes 35,000 one owner miles, power top,, and all the Chn me ;Mould
services atSprlngHill Gus Kopelousos underwent in Honolulu where he U president -
gins attended and participation in troop and Air Cond., Radio and Heater steering, power brakes, air ins with Rally Wheels and a
MethodlstChurch near High surgery ]last Friday In Memorial activities.[ ( of the non-profit "FloraPacific' I
community
This is real nice cond., vinyl top. radio and Real Sporty Car with dual'ex. .
Springs on Sunday and visited Hospital! Sarasota. The following five girls organization, and a one owner
friends and relatives while earned over six badges this plans to engage In business or I car. Solid white paint with heater, also has the Della Custom haust and a new set of oversized I
there Mrs. B.C. Holtzendorf Sr. year: Janet Boyce, Diane consulting work after retire black vinyl trim. Interior. A Beautiful Car. black wall tires. ,
returned last Friday after Crews, Joyce Farabee, Eollne ment. I I
Mr. and Mrs. Carl HIggs and attending the funeral of her Green and Dale Rouse. Price Anniversary Sale Price Anniversary Sale Price Anniversary! Sale
family of Independence Mo.are sister, Mrs. H.C. Ledtje, In The following members of Gen. Sternberg has been stationed I
spending two weeks with Mr. Houston Texas Troop 605 were presented their In {Hawaii since July' $2,895 $2.995 $2,395 $2,195
$2,495 $2,495
and Mrs. Levon Andrews. attendance stars tor the year 1967, serving as assistant Chief
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- by Mrs Farabee: Gladys Ayer of Staff for plans and opera-
Mrs. Sherrod- Hamilton[ and dale are In Marianna Monday tions before assuming the command -
Janet Boyce, Donna Brant-
Mrs. N.B. Rosier spent the to Thursday on business. ley Linda Broskey Roxanne post. Before going to 1969 Chevrolet Camaro 1969 Olds 98 4-Door 1968 Dodge Cornet j

weekend with Mrs. Mark Hamilton Mrs. L.E. Altman of Richmond Chesser, Sherrle Cole, Shan- Hawaii, he commanded the 101st Coupe Holiday Sedan 4-Door
In Tampa while Mr. Hamilton dal 1 Coleman, Deborah Coleman Airborne Division at Fort I If
Valeapendingtwoweekaw1W
!attended National Guard her brother-in-law and Diane Crews, Joyce Fa Campbell Ky. He also serveda With every Power Conveniencethat
camp at Camp Blandlng. Little slstei1, Mr. and Mrs. F.B. rabee, Marie Ferguson, !Neva; tour of duty !in Vietnam as I B Cyl. Engine, Standard Shift. money can buy. It's as f It) cyl. engine auto trans.!'! radio..
Janice Hamilton returned with Beard. Jayne Flynn Debbie Clover Gen. W.C. Westmoreland's This Little Dumpling has only clean as' new and stands" tall Inn and heater. food! tires and two
Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton for a Karen Glover Donna Green, chief of personnel. 26,000 miles on it and is Cleanas new set of Radial Steel O-rtl tone paint If von want to really -
short visit. Miss Melody Cuttino Is home
Eollne Green Renee Hamilton
this week from Tlft College Jennifer Padgett, Marllynn Pa- Starting his military career New. tires a fine motor car in every 1 save !some money try this"
Mr. and Mrs. James Barren before returning to summer tray Lillian Perry,Sylvia Pitt- when he Joined the Florida National ; way. Over $6,500 New. one < n ",ilea;;e.
were In Orlando over the week- school Guard In 1930 Gen.Stern
I man, Janice Saucer Suzanne
end visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Sawyer, Dale Rouse, Kelley berg received an appointment Price Anniversary Sale Price Anniversary Sale Price Anniversary Sale
Glen Grady of Fernandina :
Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs. D.W. to U.S. Military Academy at
Laurance. Beach Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Woodham. West Point and was commissioned $1,995 $3,495 $1,395
$1,195
$3,000
Guy Andrews this week. upon graduation from $1,695

platoon to division commander
and also served at all levelsof
staff, from battalion to headquarters 1969 Chevrolet 1-2 Ton 1970 Chevrolet 1-2 Ton

Department of the .:.... LW Base Fleetside
LW Base Stepside
WORKING WOMEN Army, Washington.
I 6) cvl I standard shift radio and

The decorations he has earned One Owner truck good tires heater this is also a tie owner

/. Include the Distinguished Ser- and very Ilea there's a lot of ........"\ pickup with only 11.000 miles
vice Cross, the Distinguished life left in this one. still in factory warranty.
1 Service Medal, the Silver and -
Bronze Star Medals, and the Price Anniversary Sale Price Anniversary Sale
WOULD 5100.00 'a French Croix de Guerre with

i star. $2,195 1.895. $2,695 $z,495lf.

Gen. Sternberg attended public -
HELP YOU
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father owned and ooerateH a
clothing[ store for many years
1 After retiring from business
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Summer League

Slow Pitch Starts June 29
To Be Number One
r [ r f :- Tourney Set For Basketball

Here June 1820The The Small Fry Softball Pro-)
gram for boys ages 7, 8, and
9 is holding practice sessions
each Friday afternoon at PrattSt.
Is Athlete's Goal Starke's Men's Softball Field
League will sponsor a June Approximately 50 boys are:
Invitational Men's Slow Pitch now registered and playing in
Softball Tournament to be heldat the program. Any boys not yet'
Westsldo Park June 18-19- registered sign up until June

By Terry BrownA red Jackets for signifying they award there was a tie between 20 Friday, Saturday and Sun- 18. Teams will be divided up
earned their first let- day. Friday June 18 and practice
varsity James (Homo run) McNeal and t
will be played Tuesday
ters. The will consist ot games
Brown. Both had a quite tourney
Larry June 22 and
near capacity; crowd of and Thursday 24.
eight teams and the eight teams
Bradford High athletes,parents respectable .323: average will be fairly evenly matched.In The regular schedule of games
and boosters filled the Brad- GOLF Centerflelder Jerome Williams other words, there will not will begin Tuesday July 29 with
ford High cafeteria Thursday ( received the trophy for be powerhouse teams In games to be played each Tues-
night for the annual All-Sports "Unless"you've tried: It, don'tknock the best fielding 4 the tourney any ,says Rec.Dlr.Gene day and Thursday at 3 and .4 I
It, saldgolft.oachJerry
Banquet. Guest Speaker was Reese. Receiving jackets for the first Rayburn. p.m
Perry McGrlff. Jr. a former
time were Ricky Bennett Randy
Gator All-American and Hurst Shell Terwlllegar Ford
1970 Senior Dale Johns was named McGovern, Walter Prevail, Maxville
Gainesville mayor commissioner the most outstanding golfer. Bryan Johns, Steve Wynn, and and Williams Jewelry-Com-the

David McRae, Terry Gaines, Tony Castlcn. Wlnn r. of the most voluobU ploy.r award (L-R) are Dole Johns, John Douglas, Buddy Pat- munity local ;league.Bank will These represent two teams Truck Stop andRestaurant
"America Is a very competitive and Richard Roberts all received -
country and It's always red Tornado Jackets. Urton, Tim Murphy, and Johnny Brown.son were the local number league one first and half two play.of

striving to be number one," TRACK J&S Management

McGrlff pointed out. "That's BASEBALL was named most outstanding lost record.In Vernon Barber, Tim Clark uuvernment -
what they teach In athletics, Track was perhaps the most win and agencies mount Open 21 Mrs,
runner. Paterson set Senior John Mark Crawford, Tim Crews, drunken
successful sport at BUS during school track Doug- a campaign against
to be number one. Senior Johnny Brown was a records !In the Gray Flynn, Jimmy Ricks, and Dally ,po'Ample
1970-71 season. two mile, two las was a double recipient of driving. The nut that holds the
"To be a champ, you haveto double award winner In base- and half, and three mile runs. awards. Douglas was name the Levy Lennon all received red wheel is too often too tight. Parking
be willing to pay the price. ball. The ace right hander won The Cross-Country team fin- Bradford's track and field most outstanding runner and Tornado Jackets. Visit Our Gift Shop
If you don't do the Job, some- both the most valuable player ished with a 175 record, was team showed an equally Impressive also named high point man. Coach George Loper also disclosed We're not too lure about Call 289-5111 For Take Out
one is always waiting to take award and the best pitching runner-up In the district and record. The team Levy LeMon sophomore,was that three seniors,Mark George McCovern'f chances Jet. 301 & 228
ninth !In the
state.
your place. trophy. posted a 14-1 record for duel named most Improved and Tim Crawford, Buddy Paterson, and for the presidency. What comedian
"In athletics they teach For the best batting averageIn Senior captain Buddy Pator- and trl meets. In dual meets Murphey was named high point John Douglas, all have been docs a truly good Imitation Maxville\ Florida tf
you the team had 80 offered scholarships. of him
an and 14 man In field events.
to be a champ, but we're all

going to sometime" ee- ee e e e_-_-...- -.. ----._--- -- - ___ ___.. e iII,..e.eeeee.
In one of his examples, Mc- Discount ---- --- e- -------- ---....--.--- --- - .
Whips
Orlff told of a Czeckoslovaklan ee
athlete won a gold medal in .

tol.the A Olympics year later shooting the man a pis lost BPOE 4-3 In

He his arm overcame In a factory his accident.handicap : Join The Carrier Comfort Parade :

though and returned to the Oly- .
mpics to win another gold me- Push For Lead 'ee
dal shooting with theotherarm.The .

annual sports banquet '.
honors participants In basket- r
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ball track baseball and Bantam Baseball action tory. Wade Winkler went all .
golf.
f
Tuesday, June 8, Southern Dis- the way on the mound for the .
count shipped BPOE 4-3 caus- winners, as did John Lee for .
ing the battle for the league the losers. .
BASKETBALL lead to Intensify greatly. ee
Mike Kitchens led the win- .
Senior Tim Murphey was a BPOE's record Is now six ners at the plate going two-
triple award winner In basket- wins and three losses, good for-two while Jeff Jockel was e ee
ball. Murphey won the coveted enough for first place. How- two-for-three and Winkler was
outstanding player award and ever, due to the Elk's loss one-for-two. Bill Lundy, David ee
trophies for the best free throw Tuesday, Coca Cola with six Gaines, Carl Hamm, and
percentage and, for the third wins and four losses Is onlya Randy Crews had BPOE four .
straight year, the most assists. half game behind. Southern hits. .
Discount Is only a half game --
He also received an award
for being named to the illus- behind Coke and one game behind RESULTS THURSDAY, JUNE 3 s .
trative Florida Conference the league leadeis. Dis- SOUTHERN DISCOUNT 5 .
All-Star Team. count's record stands at five COCA COLA 4 .
wins and four losses
Charles Wright a Junior, received Southern Discount and Coca .
the trophy for the most In Tuesday's (June 8)) game, Cola locked up In a real battleIn
rebounds. Wright by passed sophomore which was a real humdinger, a game which meant a lot .
Malachi Henry In the Discount utilized five base hits record wise to both teams. .
last three to record the 4-3 win. BPOE
games. had taken a 1-0 lead In the Coke needed It to stay a half .
Henry did not come up empty; top of the first Inning only to game out of first and Discount
handed, though, as he was pre- observe Southern score two In needed It to keep Its hopes eo .
sented with the sportsmanshipaward. the bottom of the first for a for first mathmaUcally alive. .

2-1 lead and although the game Coke scored twice In the first .
Though the team only won one belonged to either team the Inning off an error and three
game Coach Mike Sexton rest of the way, the winners consecutive walks and led 2- : tr :
pointed out that their was'nta never trailed again In the game. 0 until Discount knotted the
quitter on the team and whenyou're score at 2-2 In the bottom of u
Southern led 3-2 after three, Carrier
0-15 It's easy to be one. the third, capitalizing on errors -
4-2 after five and closed offa
Charles Wright Dennis Kel- potentially big BPOE rally and three base hits. i i
ly, and Jimmy Ricks received In the sixth for a one run vie- (SeePageS) Total Central Heating And Air Conditioning -


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Varsity Downs Seniors 20-0 i: -i Wins Colonial 6th,



Hikes LeadColonial


This year's graduating class Brown and Malachl Henry,cor- "Offensively. I will have to mage, proceeding the varsity- 1 1fjwrT florist racked
will l leave Bradford High with nerbacks, both did an excellentJob withhold Judgment on many ofIiurseyai senior game the Red team league victory number six against up
one distinction from all Its as did Keith Tetstone and especially ," was forced to come from behind losses -
no by rolling over
predecessors-that of losing to Wayne Tetstone. Between the "until weosee the in the fourth quarter to :Norman's I Farm Friday, June
the varsity In the annual spring four of them they Intercepted movie. The backs ran well. tie the white 8-all. 4, In Women's Softball.
varsity-senior game. three passes. Henry had a particularly good After a sluggish first half, IfJw'
night. I was also very well the white team scored first The lorlst team came to
Friday night the varlsty squad "Charles Wright did an excellent pleased with the play of Car- on an eight yard pass from bat Just four times, ending the
handed the seniors a humili- Job at defensive end. ter and Brown. Charlie Green to Donald Lo- game after four and one half
ating 20-0 defeat. as did Randy Gasklns and Brad per which climaxed an 80 yard Innings because of the ten run
"This' was the first time that Carter. "Eddie Hazen did a very com- drive. The drlvfc was sparkedby t I rule.liorman'l! scored once
the varsity had ever defeated "Bob Dyal and David McCut- TD mendable Job of throwing two the passing of Green and In the first Inning before Colonial
the seniors"Coach Hurse said. chen both did a good Job switching passes and of tossing an the running of fullback Chuck began to work by scor-
option to Henry for
the third
off at middle guard as did : Norton. ing three In the first, seven
"The ,1966-67 squad did tie Gary Melvin at linebacker. score. "Chuck did a real fine Job" in the second, and four In the
the benlors In the annual clash. "In all, I was very pleased Coach John Allen said. iIi fourth
":l'he varsity was really up "Wayne Lambas also did a with all of them.If they work "This was the best he has 'Ir t Barbara I Hoi lings worth led Die
all commendable Job substituting hard between and August done all _
ford(the game and they gavea as now year. Humors
for going thrce-for-three.
real fine effort. Dennis Crawford who was as they did during spring In the fourth quarter the Red
operated on Monday for appen practice we'll come up witha team came back to score on a
"it's' hard to give a true estimate1 dicitis. good year. five yard burst over tackleby Tim Murphey find catching with one arm mor. difficult than it looks STANDINGSColonial:; 6-0.

we tOt haven't the spring looked game at because the- Gray Flynn starting safety, "We'll be much Improved,but Joey Thomas. Thomas' run- Norman's; 4-2 Koch's 2-4,Barrett's -
ning the middle and Ronnie 0-6.
movies yet. Off band I would also missed the game with a so will all of the other ball Hall's up end sparked the "I was most Impressed with "First half kind of drug a- spring practice which I feel
sweeps
broken
say i that' our defense did a good hand, as did Steve clubs.: "We've scouted them all drive which covered 75 yards the ability of both quarterbacks long and no one scored but in was a successful one and a SCItEDU1.EF'rldny -
Strickland who Is
job; especially our pass de- from recovering year. "Ken Fuqua John McCutchen to move their teams up and the second half we picked up marked Improvement over last
fense. The seniors completed land a knee operation. Strick Clinton Sellers Steve Register down the Held. The defense and showed a marked Improve- year. Provided that we don't June II: 7:30 p.m.
onty one pass all night and both would have seen action at JUNIOR VARSITYIn Tommy Reddish and Shel- will come along later as we ment. lose anyone to (lie varsity, we Colonial vs Harrow's; 9 p.m.,
that was for only 10 yards. quarterback and safety don Hodge all had good nights put In our stunts. "This marked the end of should have a good ball club." Norman's vs Koch's.AT .
Wayne Norman missed the
the Junior .,
Varsity scrim-
"Our perimeter (corner game with a knee Injury as did as well," Allen said. . .. *... . . . .......................
backs and safUes) will be real! Stan Reddish who had a broken .1.
strong next year. Bernard finger
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BLUE GRASS SPECIAL
1971


h CAP Pace Men's Play COUNTRY MUSIC PARK



AND The Starke Independents and with Mark Graudons home run three.tor-four. Gene Melvin i< 7 MIIIS NOITH or nUll off u j. MI *
Cunningham Gulf are setting the and getting the tying and go had a round tripper.
Goww pace In second half league play ahead runs on base before the Watch for Sign In lowtty, flu.
each with a record of three winners put out the fire
wins against one loss In Men's Hurst Shell had only six base, SCHEDULEThursday -
ty Slow Pitch Softball play. hits and didn't have any through June 10-7p.m..In- AND THI NAJHVIUICD
GRADURTIOUPORTRA Both teams played only one four innings of play.Mark Grau- dependents vs Williams Jewel- LESTER FLATTLctiIirtt1Na1
game last week and both won- dons had two home runs for the ry-Community Bank; 9 p.m.. AM
Cunningham whipping Andrews losers. First Baptist vs Cunningham.
14-4, and the Independents The Independents had only Sunday, June 131:45: p.m.,
ITStj handed the first half champs two more hits than the losing Cunningham vs lIurs -Terwl1-
their third loss of the second team with Larry Brown and legar 3:15: Independents vs
half In a real close: one 54. Ray Thomas going two-for- First Baptist IF13u

tJ, The Independents played real three. Tuesday June 15- 7:30: p.m.,
t"iJ good defensive ball In edging Cunningham Gulf downed An- Cunningham vs Williams Jewel
? LIVING COLOR -- BLACK and WHITE Hurst Terwlllegar. The win- drews in five Innings by scor- ry-Community Bank; 9 p.m. N' la="
s;' ners scored once In the first ing In each of the five Inningsand Hurst-Terwlllegar vs Andrews
(fil J Inning of play. In the fifth the collecting 15 base hits while Drugs. 2 Shows
Independents picked up three limiting the losers to seven Saturday Only Big
g Islington's runs to go ahead .-0 but the hits.Andrews STANDINGSIndependents
Hippies Team also scored three made a game of It and Cunningham 3-1, Williams
times In the fifth and trailed for several Innings before giv- Jewelry-Comm. Bank 2-1. Andrews 2 P.M. AND 8 P.M.
4-3. Independents made It 5- ing up In the fl.tth.Harold Davis Drugs 2-2. Hurst-Ter-
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Coke took a 3-2 lead In their one each by Jim Prevatt, John

half short of lived the because fifth but in the It bottom was-... Raybum.Kilby, Dean Prevatt's Brown hit, and was Stu over ..................................8...P.M...........................................!

of the fifth Southern took the fence his second homer OVER D U
advantage of a hit batter, an of the season. Coke's recordIs ol f The Greatest' Blue Grass and Gospel Musicians and Singers .i

error and three consecutive hits now 6 wins against four 1 Irom all parts ol the country will lead this Blue Grass and Gospel Show Come Enjoy i ia
to plate three runs for a 5-3 losses. Police is 2 and 8.

= .J1. 1;;EL :;... lead. Coke never quit, though ......Great......Show...............................................................:
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Eddie Akrldge relieved Andy! Rest Room Facilities Concession Stand Serving Pop Corn Candy Cold Drinks
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allowed Coca Cola four hits
IH ; flflfl I III one each by Ricky Hall, Mike June 10, CoKe vs For An ; Of Real' /
Early
I ( Coleman, Key Aycox, and Don- 11 POE:. Evening /-'miii'/v

ILL144 II II II II IIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIII III ald way for LotU the Lott losers went and allowedsix all the Police.Monday June 14, BPOI: vs IJZtt'rtuintnt'iltBhit'; f nf.t.. tend I (: o'tpe1,11usie;

: : III hits. Tuesday, June 15, Coke vs
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fW W11 II I III II I was three Leading Jackson Wade hitter Winkler Prevatt of ,the Jeff two-for-game Joc- vs Wednesday Coke. June 1G, Police ... ... ... ...-..--.. ... .

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a 'DEPENDABILITYSERVICE In Bantam play Monday Coca Starting Our 14th Year Of
Cola stayed within easy reach
'i6 of flrt place 'HPOE by maul- r S v Service To Bradford County And
Ing the leagues cellar dweller -
II ,. (J fI,-,' I til I II" ,;-.' Police Dept STerwillegar North FloridaShure

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Coke took very little time In
regaining the one run with six than
to spare by sending 12 battersto
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--r- of them. Coke made it 10-1
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.; ,rrwm Is Set MondayBradford .1......*..*..*................S..............S

No Need : ;:scc:: 10RIDA :.

High's 210 seniorsof Rev. W.A. Hogan, pastor of 1>> EST S
: the Class of 1971 will observe the First Baptist Church in 4 '
rz:1 their successful comple- Starke, will deliver an Inspir- i \ ONTR04 i
tion of four year of high school ational address) entitled"In The Aquarium ,
To RedistrictSeeing Monday night, Jim 14, at commencement Days of Thy Youth" to the ;
exercises startingat seniors at baccalaureate services """' ''

8 pjn. on Bradford Field. Sunday night Rev. D.L. SALE"
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Baccalaureate service ar* Bright, pastor of the Pilgrim !
scheduled the preceding day Rest Freewill Baptist Church
Article 8, Section 1 I.of the
Bradford will give the Invocation and
no need the Sunday, June 13, at 8 p.m. .
Commission decided It won't Constitution provides that: "At- also at the high school stadium.Dr. Father James Cregan of St. .
ter each decennial census the 10 GAL. TANKCOMPLETE S
Edwards' Catholic Church
will :
spend money now to redistrict Charles LaPradd, pres- '
board of commissionersshall $11 95
the county. county ident of St. John River Junior give the benediction. :
divide the county Into Linda Williams,Shirley John- : SET-UP .
"I 1 fall to see the need for College In Palatka and a ,
It. since commissioners are districts of contiguous terri- former University; of Florida son, Gwendolyn Bright,and Cla-
elected at large" Chairman tory as nearly equal"In population All-American football. tackle, ra Lee will sing "This is the : FOUR MATURE LINE; BEARERS ., i,
Dave Shuford said when Clerk as practicable. will deliver the commencement Day" .
Gib Brown brought up the mat- As far as the Commissionwas address. The Bradford High Marching i FREE WITH PURCHASE !
concerned Monday, that The welcoming address will Band will play at both occasions -
ter.Commissioner Ralph Bryan condition now exists In Brad- be given by MIlS Kelly Rich- SOME IN AND BROWSE OUR.NURSERY -THIS AD ONLY.:
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has the largest number of people ford County, it was Indicated. ards, salutatorlan of the Class .
In his district with 3,708, The commission asked the s of '71. Farewell address will sON
Shuford has 2,975, Commissioner clerk to note In the board'sminutes be by Miss Rebecca McMillan, : 10% OFF .

George Roberts 2,716, that they reviewed the valedictorian of tile Class of heaviest use of power in the .. S
foundIt
and
Commissioner Zedra Hamilton/ need for redistricting '71. city; due to air conditioning so ANY NURSERY PLANTS
2,676, and Commissioner Eddie unnecessary. Miss Nancy Dowling, presi- receipts should pick up in this i !
Allen 2,545. The district dent of the Class of '71, will department. .
are Just about the same as act as mistress of ceremon- Receipts were also running S.
when the county redistricted below budget estimates from .'
In 1968 after the new state Car Hits ies.The Invocation and benedic- ad valorem taxes, bonds and .. '

Constitution was ratified, tion will be by Rev. Leroy fines, and utility taxes. Re- .. .

Brown said. Tree, Truck One occasion when hot pants might prove more practical Davis, pastor of New Bethel ceipt from building permits and i .
Clay County didn't redIstrict
Baptist and Ebenezer Baptist occupational licenses were run- .:
In 1968 and Is now in the pro- Loses AxleWillie than stylish may b. Monday night when. many Bred- Churches. ning slightly ahead of estimates. : o .

cess of doing it, the clerk ford High grads might us. the trick to b.at the hat. Principal Ralph Dlggs will Soaring costs of natural gas .. ORTN ORTRO ORTNO' ORTMBNE .

pointed out." Dian. Thomas says sh. Intends. to us. the trick. present awards to the graduating used for fule at the light plant HENBNEENStBUt ..
The way:: he Interprets the seniors. In contrast to was blamed by the council for .. NOl pftNO tND tOSEk-'OREN .
new Constitution, theclerksaysIs Taylor Kauleraon 48, recent commencementexercls-: much of the city's financial .
that a county must redistrict of Jacksonville, escaped In- es, each of the 210 graduateswill plight. S I S.
after every United States Jury Saturday afternoon as she come forward one at a The amount budgeted for natural .. .
census, or review to see If drove her car off the side of Board To time to receive his diplomaand gas was $92,000, while .
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Pay :
there Is a need for it. the road and Into a pine tree. to have his tassel turned. 95228.57 has already been .,
spent for this item with four .
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According to the Florida of the "heaviest months" yet : A Real Savings .:
Highway Patrol Willie Rauler- For FireworksDigging to go, Tucker reported. .
Menial.. son said she was traveling weston Cost of natural gas for plantuse REG4.98 :
: B.UY ONE GAL
SH-S-18 approachlngSH-100, Budget.. which Is not subject to .
when another car turned on to
federal or state control, has
(From Page 1)) SH-S-18 and Its bright lights Into their personal almost doubled since last summer : 2ND FCR .01 :
with the
blinded her and she ran off pockets, Bradford county; commissioners from $300-$400 City; (From Pope I I') Tucker said. O5"5G S
At present Bryan noted,persons the road. The car left 40 feet of Stark. and County; Commission BOTH FCR Ia
are taken Into custody Monday agreed to each paying hall. An In- Gas that was costing the city; ."
of skid marks on the road, traveled -
and Jailed In Bradford County 42 feet striking a sign pay half the cost of fireworksfor dividual donation should come the next time they need this around $6,500 a month last LB. 100% ORGANIC FERTZ. ::'
when they actually have committed SH-100 and the Fourth of July celebra- to about $30 per member one kind of help, let them look fall Is now costing about $11- : :
no crime. There Is no and traveled across tion planned by the Starke Wo- member calculated. somewhere else" 500 per month and Is subjectto S WITH MINORS 6-8-6 2.49 :
it strucka .
Into the woods where '
place to, house such mentally pine tree. man's Club.Apparently. "When they go to whisperIng Overexpendlture In the Police further Increase, It was re- .
disturbed persons In the county prepared for the Mr. Allen you know If. Department also Included ported. '
; he said, except In Jail. filed, butRaulerson's request of Mrs. John Sanders going to cost you money," $1,380 in excess of the $2- Councilman McRae said the : 50 LB. COW MANURE REG :
Bryan led to move to par- No charges were Woman's Club president Com- Bryan told freshman Commissioner 000 budgeted for gas, oil, and city delegation that appeared I.97 :
ticipate In the program for at 1971 Dodge received missioner Ralph Bryan promptly Eddie Allen. repairs on police cars, and before a legislative committeein ; WEED FREE 2.B9
least a year. $350 damage. brought out Ms county; com- "I'm finding that out right $477 over the $1,200. budgetedfor Tallahassee recently, seek- 5
The new mental health pro- Thursday afternoon, a semi missioner's manual. There Is fast," Allen replied. uniforms ing the regulation of prices on I ,
gram Is being established In 23 trailer suffered $3,000 damageas "no authority for donation of The Starke City; Council last Chief Kenneth Fuqua said the gas sold to cities, "got abso- Pet Special S'
districts of about 200,000 per- Its rear axle came off as It county; funds for Fourth of July week agreed to pay up to$250on large repair bills were part- lutely nowhere." The proposedbill : I II .
sons each In Florida under a new crossed a railroad crossingon celebrations," he read from the cost of fireworks for ly accounted for by an enginein was killed in the committee Sergeants
menal health law. US-301, 3 miles south of I'nge 148 of the manual. the proposed celebration. Then one of the. police cars that he said. J D.
Starke. When Mrs. Sanders contin- be As an afterthought at the June : < I > I M iJ i
This 10-county; district, or they met again the next day "froze up" and had to re-
catchment area as it is ued to plead for the funds to and agreed to pay half the cost placed. lie pointed out that the 2 meeting Chairman Tucker .
termed by Cervals, is one of According to the F.ll.P. Ti- start a day-long celebrationeach of the fireworks If the county; department had another car called the members back into ASer cants i
the simpler ones In that It monthy Math Ste haler. 24. of year to return to "someof commissioner agreed also. which was on the verge of goIng session after adjournment, for : Collar !
will have only one center In Falls Church, Va. was drl- the patriotism of the past," Mrs. Sanders says expenses bad unless some money reconsideration of a previous -. RI h .
Gainesville. Another district In Ing a semi tractor-trailer heavily Bryan also interjected: for tIe, celebration will be more was spent on It soon. action donating $250 to the .. {
Dado County will have about lalden with watermelons, "Aside from the law, I don't than the Woman's Club mem- The Street Department was Starke Woman's Club to help REG. 1.98.
eight centers, he said. when the rear axle came out really feel we can Justify spendIng bers realized when they start- reported to be overexpended pay for fireworks at a July 5 .: ..
i from. under the trailer as It' county' funds fireworks." ed planning;,a few weeks ago. $2,400, while the Fire Depart- celebrationThe .
crossed the railroad crossing.The J But he termed the efforfreal-1 She Is asking the city and county ment and Recreation,Department -! council agreed to pay for Now 1.37 :
'trailer dropped to the }ly commendable." Other commissioners ; to donate the fireworks with, were pretty well living half the cost of the fireworks. S.: .. .
1tLE ground, causing an estimated agreed, then Zedra local civic clubs paying for within their budgets. If the County; Commission paid .
$3,000 damage to the trailer. Hamilton said: the balance of the expenses. The Utility Department was" the other half. .
FURNITURE "I move the county commissioners Next year's celebration will overexpended $3,562 in plant (At its meeting this week : Any Sergeant Or Holiday :
personally pay half the be planned right after this one repairs and supplies due to the Commission took the position .
Uuulilv I one$ Furnishings cost of the fireworks." That ends, Mrs. Sanders says, add- some major repairs necessaryon that it could not legally
Custom; '.triipirle Singers who talk e talkers quickly got his fellow boardmembers' ing the women didn't begin work generators, and also some expend money for fireworks, i: Pet Item 10% OFF. :
attention. but the Commissioners
Cnrpetlng on this year's In time. She $1,500 overexpended on power agreedto
who dance, danctrg who ting :
"How much will that be? pay a share of the cost as .
hopes that the second celebra- line material needed for expansion. -
Interiors by Victor The first rule of television en- S.
board member
one asked. Individuals.) :
tion be self .
can supporting. HOLIDAY AUTOMATIC FOGGER
.1 000 Park Ave. Orange Park tertainment mutt do what is he that everyone Mrs. Sanders repeated the A day-long celebration Is Tudker slid the R and R (Renewal : ,-,1 "Now' tofft Ini.ctield. 'tumigont. to powerful' that on* 1 14 01 S
264-9331 tf can't fireworks are expected to cost planned this year at the fairgrounds and Replacement) Fund : coni.,.. kill. all ."po.*d ,intactt such a' niche, 0.,, onl. ..
loch..IC in entire houia up to $12000 cubic f0t 6 ot tr ot
starting with a parade for the Utility; Department 'L't : up to 3000 c-ubic, ,fc.t f Will. lot harm furrmhtngi or clothing .
at 1 pjn. and ending with in sad shape." .. :
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--- -- --- the fireworks that night. A dinner On the income side of the 'e 4 : i. A
Is planned from 5-7 pun. ledger. Tucker reported that Ir r ,. 14 ox. IU Y.- .1,91< vDW pe 1Ji i
"If we're going to do it, receipts were running below ,
we want to do It right," Mrs. expectations. Transfers from .
Sanders said Monday. the Utility; Revenue Fund had
been estimated at$77,680, with FLORIDA PESTCONTROL ii i
$51,788 collected so far this i

CountyCourt. year, leaving a balance of a- .
REVIVAL bout $43,000 to be made up i :
during the last four monthsof

.. the fiscal year.It .
was pointed out that the "1 hope he leaves the : & Chemical Co. 539.1 E.!: Call Street :

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prices..."
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HIGHLAND restitution of the $16.40 check
and was fined $36 or five daysIn

Dennis Jail. Cohens was found guilty You Want Proof fiat Our PrcesIre lower ?

CHURCH ; by a Jury on charges of
BAPTIST carrying a concealed weapon.
Judge Yawn withheld adjudication #

presentence of guilt investigation.In and ordered. a ..&t 4 IPII!


Our EvangelistClarence other cases, Sebra George '4 "/ 'III'r
Corey pleaded guilty to unlaw-
ful speed and was fined $101,
and Clayton Augustus Sumner

pleaded guilty to reckless dri-
,: ving and fined $51. David Ma-
ruca, Roy Knight and Steve

: June Henley, all charged with committing 30" Automatic
K an affray, paid court Range
costs and the case did not
come to trial.In .


STANFIELD (d; 9 Vl 10 .17PASTOR were Jury three found trial cases, not three the guilty cases defendants beforea were __- ---- COMPLETELY AUTOMATICALL

dismissed, and In one case a PORCELAINNO
direct acquittal was orderedby
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LIFE TIME BURNER
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I Scott charged with driving r CCPPERTONESLADE
': BAPTIST CHURCH while Intoxicated, and Philip
' H. Reagan, charged with not
I 't 'I'" carrying or exhibiting driv-
, HAMPTON, er's license, profane and Indecent -

i TENNESSEE j11 language, and assault
and battery, wen continued on
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? -- BMS -- --- Florida Lawn GrassesThis GardenIng M > 1' 0If

(!7'-'o
will be the first of sev- Mow bahlas at approximately In Fblda 1 .............. ...
Next year's BITS student council ral championship game ended earl articles: covering all the 3 Inches every 7-10 days for
.' treasurer, ninth grade sen- with a win for Team 2 of 11 lawn-grasses In Florida.Watch best appearance. Seedbeadsmay Amaryllis have finished
ators and JV cheerleaders were to 10 over Team IS. Team 2 for the jweek/ your particular require more frequent. blooming, according to the Florida 1
New Location. .. \ elected last week at Bradford players were: Early Chandler, lawngrass Is covered. mowing. A sharp rotary mow- Nurserymen and Growers
Middle School. captain: Eddie Bradley, Lawrence Bahia grasses have become er with grass catcher Is beat. Association but you still needto
: GlOVER Debbie Mitchell won the Budgett, Johnny h HutchInson Incroaslnelv more popular for Irrigation on an 'as needed' care for them In order to GkarEI'Gj1
treasurer's post. Beth Chap James Prevail, Arnold Florida }(awns for several>K- basis Is an exceU.ut way to get good flowers next year.
man, Benlta Franklin and DIane Thornton David Jenkins,James sons. They can be planted from water any grass but don't delay Buy a good bulb mixed fertilizer -
ELECTRIC Casklns were elected ninth AldrIdge, Bruce Trtmm, Arnold seed or sod, have good drought If wilted spots appear. Water and apply It at the rate
grade senators. Williams, Nell Golden and tolerance, good shade tolerance to apply one-half to one of two pounds for 100 square
COMPLETE Middle School students-Dob- Fred Myers. inch of water. ((620 gallons per
and have fewer pest problems feet. This I. about three tablespoons -
REPAIR SERVICE ra Bright Inner Hamilton, than other Florida lawn 1000 tq, ft.). Don't lightly sprin to each large size bulb.
Karen Reddish, NIta Floyd.Kim TEAMSPRESENTS kle the lawn. This
WIRING HEATING grasses. However, don't forget encourages Do not over-fertilize with nitrogen -
Hodges, Regina Rackley, and PLAYS shallow root
\lAIR CONDITIONING their limitations. Bahla produce systems. or your bulbs may fall
Debra Kite were selected as Team 5 students presenteda turf Fertilization is necessary for
flowers
a relatively open to produce next
Moved\ To 314 N. JV cheerleaders.The play, "Trouble With John- are coarse textured, very susceptible best growth and color of ba- If you plan to move your year.amaryllis -
Walnut. .- 24 Hrs. Boys' Softball Intromu- ny." for all the teams as part to yellowing (chlorosis hla grasses. A minimum program bulbs don't do It until 1he
Phone 961-$835 TEAM WINSSOFTBALL of their work In the Reading ), very tough to mow, and would be a complete fertilizer August or September. By that
TITLE and Language Arts Class. produce unsightly seedbeads applied in Spring and time the flowers for next year
The Boys' Softball tntramu- from May to November. They Fall. A maximum would be will be well established with-
The players were Larry Sul- are not well adapted to salt- the above plus supplemental in the bulbs. ,

livan, James Hammon Darlene spray areas or deep shade nitrogen applications each Roses may be heavily Infested -
Stanch, Nancy Lee, David Kll- and are seriously damaged by month between complete fertilizations with red spider They must -
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home by, Randy Martin, Anthony Hen mole crickets. excluding the winter be sprayed weekly with a good
drletti, Dale Traylor, Kim Hodges Bahia grasses have been in months. mlticlde such as Kelthane,Eth-
Sharon Lavender, Gloria Florida since 1914. The first Diseases and Insects are only Ion, or Chlorobenzllate. In addition -
STARKE Strickland, Laura Thomas, Kathy bahlas were used for pasturesbut minor problems on bahla grass to this, rose. are also And Yo Ce.ery.I .
Jones, Daniel Anderson, through selection and breedIng es. Dollar-spot is the princi- being Infested with powdery
PHONE 961.6200KEYSTONE Tommy Jackson and Kenny Cau- newer lawn types; have ple disease affecting bahia.This mildew. The control for this Use Greatest Portable
ley. been developed.Three varietiesof disease will seldom be seen disease is Acti-Dlone PM or I Typewriter
bahia seed or sod are on on well fertilized bahia. The Karathane. Here again It U I I That
The student director was most serious Insect I Money Can Boy.
HEIGHTSPHONE Maurice White. Intern the market In quantity; forborne problemof necessary to spray weekly until .
Wayne bahia Is mole crickets. ,
lawns. These are 'Argentine', control has been obtained. ,
47.1-3176: directed McLeod the and Mrs. Jane Manry 'Pensacola', and 'Paraguayan'bahla. These pests can be tempor- Hot, dry weather brings on ,
production The best variety; for arily controlled with special heavy populations of chinch bugsin

William Shakespeare's fam- lawn use Is 'Argentine'. This mole-cricket baits. For specific St. Augustine lawns. Use one
about love variety; forms the best sod pest control recommendations of the recommended materials
ous play young ,
is the least diseases contact your County; Cooperative such Ethlon. Trlthion Durs-
susceptible to as ,
Isp 'J' ." "" " ,,,-: brought"Romeo to and life Juliet and put was Into is least damaged by Extension o'l1ce.orv ban or VC-13.You should spray

modern language and dress last frost, and has the most desirable for chinch: bugs at least every
week by Team 1 students In green color YellowIng 60 days. Water your lawn thoroughly -
I We Repair Reading and Language Arts. Is less of a problem with before applying the Insecticide -
j 'Argentine' than with other va- NEW BOOKSAT and then water af- OFCOC23ETh -
rieties. terwards. too.Gardenias .
graders Mr. Weldon's first class: of sixth Bahia grasses can be established THE LIBRARY are flushing new ; Finest
rewrote the play .
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TYPEWRITERS | Into more "hip"language which by seed or sod. Sodding growth after having bloomed. ?
today's teenagers use and then provides that 'instant lawn.' and this new growth will be Gift
but is subject to attack by aphids and
Initially more expensive -
the group was cast Into You Can
l ADDING MACHINES for the Title parts For best results demand ADULT FICTION white fly. Both of these Insects -
play. roses were
The Raj (Robinson) The
; be
good quality; weed-free sod. can controlled with Ever G/r
played by Lee Casey and Pam
Dwelling Place (Cookson> Life
Seeding is less expensive but; malathion. Excessive aphid damage
Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Capu- For A Life (Bloomflzldb Mr. or G.elar
i slower than establishment ; will result In leaves being
CALCULATORS let were played by Jackie Hammond
sod. Seeding can be done any- Bone's Retreat (Forster)> The curled and twisted. White flies
and Darla
,
Christopherwith time between April and Octo- Allen (Davies); Vice Avenged f may Injure the leaves by causing -
: Dana Dyal and Joyce Fa- Burton!) Murder In The Walls
ber. However, establishmentwill ; them to turn yellow. A secondary --
rabee playing the parts of Mr. be slower in later plantings (Stern); To Spite Her Face(Dol- problem resulting from
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Get'em While Last! and Mrs. Monty. Lucy Brad-
They
i i iI ley ; due to cooler weather. son); What Of Terry Connls- aphids and white flies feeding
was Rev. Lawrence.
Buy scarified, fungicide treated ton (Garfield); The Exorcist on the leaves is sooty; mold.
seed and apply at the rate (Blatty)>; Love In The Ruins This Is the black stuff that
Used Other characters were play (Percy); Letter of Intent (Cur-
Typewriters of 5.10 pounds per thousand ; covers the leaves of garden-
ed by Joyce Farabee
Eollne
I ,
I tig*); A Walk At Night (Tuc- i
Green, Lynn Moxley, Eddie Ak- square feet. Apply half the seedin ias. It can be removed easily
ker); The Judas (Clohnson; The
one direction and the remainder by spraying with a combination -
rIdge, Jay Godwin, Karen Pow-
Office (Gatho > Mc-
: -$45 To $85- ell, Lynn Pierce, Lisa Ekard at right angles to the GSangldnetti'-lIardy of malathion and oil later -
Bee's Station ( The
and Gwen Savage Briar Pa- first. Cover the seed with 1/4- ; in the year. Do not apply
tray was the announcer and 1/2 Inch of soil or rake Into the Keeper Of Secrets (Goran). oil when the temperature is

I Completely Reconditioned i Ann Allen was the prompter. soil at a similar depth. Seedor ADULT NONFICTIONWhat above 89: degree.
: sod must be Polnsetttaa
The play was presented to all watered frequently Computers Cannot Do have made a rapid -
until well established. growth and it is now timeto
the Middle School
S Royal, Remington a -by. Lynn students. Seeded areas should be watered (Wilson); The College Bowl Quiz cut them back. Remove at
Moxley, Rhonda
Book (Nan)) A Of Chinese
Century -
: .i Bennett, Deborah Johnson,Jan- 2 or 3 times a day until ; least 12 to 14 Inches of the
seedlings;! are well established. Revolution, 18511949Franke succulent growth. Feed the
GUARANTEED TO WORK ) Ice Davis, Beverly Allen and ( )> You Can Raise Docent -
i I Ii ; Denise Turney Failure to cover seed and let- plants with either a 6-6-6 or
ting the seeded area dry out Children (Schwarz: ?> The 8-8-8 fertilizer. Both of these SMITH-CORONA*
See Them At j;> e e are the two most common rea- Search For Serenity; (;Sugar-! can be contained: in an all- C0r011Ct'
i sons why people fall to establish man); Runaways (Ambrosino)); organic: form. A cupful of mag
Bradford : People who wouldn't think bahla from seed. Invitation To Japanese Gardens nesium sulfate added to each PORTABLE ELECTRIC
: County Telegraph !
of judging a man by the length Once the lawn is established (Takakuwa); American Paint plant will prevent yellow leaves. Full 88 character keyboard, the
: PHONE 91''I. .lO!) J of his hair, will stM make a good maintenance programIs ing, 1900-1970 (Time-Life Watch for caterpillars on poinsettias urn at an otlice, electrical, '
prejudiced remarks about him needed. This Includes: Books); Letters To Karen also. When they 5 automatic electric .repeat actions
A...N..N..N.N.M..-mm- SSSSSSSS...... If/ he lets the grass grow long fertilizing pro (Shedd>; Letters To Phillip small are at your fingertips, !
per mowing, watering, you can control them .
Penonil' Touch Selector _.
," in his front yard. (Shedd?: Business In The humane Page
and pest control. ; ; with a spray made up of Se- O...'"-Copy Set Adjustment_
Society; (Corson), Poisons via and malathion. If the worms Quick Set vMlbla margin*_ALL
-- tw t.ww--------------- - 03odln>; Schweitzer (Mar- become large hand picking is YOURS FROM SMITH-CORONAt!
shall) The Panama Canal
; the best
control. EASY TO LEARN .
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I had not been out to the life was happy with my hus-
farm, "Brooklawn," my son's band and little seven year old
farm where the grandchildrenand boy. I was canning the cherries -
great grandchildren live. when I screwed the lid
GRADUATES So I drove out there one mor- tightly on the glass Jar the
ning about 8:15: a.m. Ohl! how top broke off and let my right
happy the little girls were to hand go down In the hot cherries +
t i -1 '+ see Grandma Darling. Hal Here and broken glass. I recall -
rrit. w they came running with arms how badly it hurt and my J
outstretched calling "Grandma dear old 80 year old neigh
," and so much they huggedme bor wrapped It up and took
and kisses that I thought care of it for I was so sick.
how wonderful to be a great She came over and washed my
Grandmother. Who cares if we dishes after that until my hand
are 73 and not too strong any healed. I again hurt that thumb
more. I have lived a full 1If.one .-- when on K.P. when a WACIn
of prayer and a walk with 1944. Now the scar Is sore
I the Master. I am happyl! and hurts.
'1 I only have one thing that Lots of excitement Indiana-
THE FUTURE OF hurts and it has .lust become polls now. NATO Mayors are

sore a week or so. It Is a to meet next week. City; is
I bad scar on my right thumb, clean and ready, also the 500
and It has swollen up and hurtsas mile auto races now for Decoration -
}x ,ks1h y st s +yd THE WORLD If it had a bit of glass In Day. We have good
the scar. I cut It badly, must roads, new streets in the village -
ll Ie pecked. with fatam 'hap tpi.b" delight' In mint.Fnt .
have been 1926. I was a school and leaves out on the
.rt ,Ito. met '1M I fr typing (o I I."*,. Miwr tniuothly.fniH't'i ...
; teacher In Indiana and lived trees, spring flowers In bloom.
IS YOURS in a small village. In the backyard Life IsBAKED goodf H"r..ih..ultimat. in l.. it ping pili" rm,"": \ *tu if..'
:ill ra a <1d'.' was a cherry tree, nice UELIGIITj Sprinkle anponuf'. Tvpmf pffietiun".nn..I,.ra.ah.l ,..So- unram?
.
0'k.fcteclm IAal.hnumn't-ulk a" ",1",0' (nrinrlmm.ann.nn
red sour one. It must have cling peach halves with sugar ,. ,
I r ihr tu*ncttlrilnotlrrncjik
been early June and they were and cinnamon. Dot with butter
....
TO Tht n.w tmilh Corona assn" "U .
d SHAPE ready to can. My school was and bake In hot oven 10 mln. hwllan.......lit posy.."......I..c.'pond nlb.flI.him,n
Y out. I was canning cherries, Serve with cool whip. toirwf. f.,ifaflnrftih --. .....' 'mn.rnp,MIn. ,GO Jrvrmna.
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a chance to test your ideas and theories. Once Mi. Carolyn'i' CordiallyWelcomes
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they will be used towards better Kepro'entativel .
I. proven, a tomorrow l rim. 9GJ-5812 You and Your .

t 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your

r for all. Our best goes with you. Starke New Home

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The State of FloridaIt

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To Aquaint You With Your City.If .

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you are new in the area, a phone

{ a 1 call will hrina: you a prompt visit COU

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Grace United SCHEDULES Methodist:Sun Bread 210 ;59C
day School 9:45: a.m. Worship .
service 11 a.m. Choir practice -
Wednesday 7 p.m.. Prayer DIXIE DARLING DINNER
service 8 a.m.. MYF Thurs-
dar 8 P.m. The WSCS met at Rolls 2 :: 29C
Mrs. Prle fi home on Tuesday
evening ol last week.
DIXIE DARUNO CINNAMONBread
Church of God:Sunday School i .
10 a.m.. Worship services. 11ajn. . ,%oi.. oi.jiQc
and 7:30p.m.: Family
night Wednesday 7:30: p.m. SAVE ire DIXIE DARLING ENGLISH

Highland Baptist: Sunday Muffins 2 49C
School 9:45: Worship service :K .
and 7:30 :
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Prayer meetingWedneeday7:3bLollawed by choir practice. : $FEF PE p1. SAVE l c.DIXIE; DARLING COCONUT OR PECAN OPEN. FRIDAYS UNTIL 8 P.M.

Twirls 2 59C
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Highland June Baptist 10 and Church continuing beginning F PRICES GOOD MONDAY, JUNE 7 Thru SUNDAY, JUNE 13
through June 17 with services -
each evening at 7:30 The SPARKY
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Stanfield PERSONALS Mrs.W.F.of Hampton Moore's music Tenn.recital 0 0 20 BAG l8. 88 C Peaches. o 0 0 3 29-ot.JARS 88 C

will bo an event of Tues-
day, June 15. at 8 p.m. In the FISCHER BEER OR NRB ARROW WHITE
school cafetorlum.Mrs. .
Ernest Wells and Mrs.
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Methodist last week.Conference In Lakeland e r O O O er .
Friends were saddened by
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!IB extended to the family.

dleburg.Mrs. Ruth Mrs.Barthlow Ernest Wells of Mld-and Wrap 25 FT.PKG&. 24-oz.
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Mrs Biggs Joseph family Dorko luncheon attended at the a 3 Grape Jelly JARS

home of Mrs.Hubbard K.Biggs
In Barberville on Sunday A DIXIE DARLING FAMILY
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>Mr.enjoyed and Mrs.the O.J.day Boyett together.and Loaf Bread 4 20-01. 88C Preserves 2 24-oz. 88 C
children] visited friends Valdosta LOAVES JARS
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Oscar Carter spent the last
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has pleted Reggie been his Norman doing studies for at who 33 Lake yeah com-City; Dressing i 3 8oz.BTLS.. 88C Preserves 24-oz. 8Sc

ored Community In Park; College Management and maj on O jfi JARS

April 28, Is now employed at
Manatee Springs near Chief- SOFT WEVEBath THRIFTY MAID
land as a Park Ranger.

Lawtey attending Extension the annual Homemakers campat Mrs.- Tissue 3 ;ss 88C Tomatoes 3 88

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was Mrs. "Color George Kelly.yourself The beauti theme Cranberry S'ce 5 ss: 88e Cookies 2 26-oz. 88'

fully" In the the art mornings of makeup they studied and 0 0 PKGS.:
craft classes were held in the
afternoon. SAVE J2c- DEL MONTE SAVE 12c. DELMONTECream

and Mr.children and Mrs.spent'BIirGasMns the week- Whole
end with Mr. and Mrs. Fate Corn 4 88C Corn 4 17-oz. 88C
Reed In Macon Ga. Mrs. O. CANS CANS
J, Phillips who had been visiting -
the Redds for three weeks,
returned with them.
Mrs.! Joyce Schmehl and UPTON
daughter Charlott, of Jacksonville ARROW CRACKIhT GOOD
visited her brother- lu., Whit, r C.M W.f.r
in-law and sister Mr.and Mrs. Tea Bags r POTATOCHIPS
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SAVE ju Aunt Minnie
37c ASTOR BATH ASST COLORS
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Peas t 5 17.oz. 1 88' C TubMats 88"C... 3 PK Crabs
O O 0 CANS O 0 our. 88
AvE 21 c HOllOWAY HOUSE

,. Ken-L-Ration BOB: WHITE Sausage PizzaIACM
'I I MOUtAR SUCI0BACON C
I B Dog 1 Food 1 I O O
1 / I RICH'SCoffee
I SAVI23 Rich
SAVI 11
2 JUA"TS 88 c
i s 1 e CHUNKEES

-' 7- Shrimpl3o
{ AlFt, :pur,, $i| 88

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.1.' Quantity, / Right*R.urrv,.dW1NN ;' ") Hushpuppies
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DUll' Stall/INC COPVtlCHT Y/ w'
USDA CHOICE W O BRAND BEEP USDA CHOICE W BRAND BEEF BONELESS r "'' r. ,

Chuck Steak .. 78C Sh'lder Roast. LB sl19 I ;.;I P'J.; 3 BYRON PK BAR 88C B QUt

14YUNNrrrr Pulu USDA CHOICE W 0 BRAND BEEF NEW YORK FAMILY PAK USDA CHOICE' W O BRAND BEEF BONELESS STEAKS ,I. Sandwich88C

U'S.CHOICE/ Strip Steaks Bnl YEN $998 Delmonico $179 : C I ><..
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I TASTE 0 SEA SMAltFish
Us DA
W GRADE II A" I SticksO
W O BRAND PUREGround USDA CHOICE W O BRAND BEEF WHOLE .0 QUICK
Beef 3 PKG LB $1" Beef Tenderloin . LB $199.1 I BRAND BROAD BRE FROZEN I I C
Yo TED AGS O O
W 0 BRANDCUBED UN
FRESH BOSTON BUTT G
I" I SAVE U TASTE O'SEAPerch
Pork Roast . 18 49C88C Beef Steakettes . PKG 88C I
FRESH CENTER CUT NYC RADE TUREYS, J Dinner

,Pork Loin Roast . .LB Ball Park Franks . :; 88C: D 1 2 D9:::.. 88C
OSCAR MAYERSSliced PLUM ROSE(NEEDS NO REFRIGERATION) SA VE 1 SAVE 2ir MRS SMITHS Apple,
Bacon PKG I IB 88C Canned Ham CAN.I liB $ JOc Chofry Cocon>l %Dutch Apple
HORMEL COPELANDRANGERSMOKEDHALFORWHOLE I 1 Fruit I Pies I

Canned Hams. 8 ,i:AN $699 Slab Bacon . . LB39c I 4 PIES, FRESH PORKNeck TENDER LB. I DIXIANA POLY BAG
Bones ,5 LBS 88C Sliced Beef Liver IB49c I I CUT CORN &
Green Beans
FRENCH FRIEDShrimp I J 0 1E15
'RESH SLICED
Pork Liver. 3 p 8 88C Patties. . IB79c I &CJp 2 PKGS 88C
FRENCH FRIEDPerch GRADE A I
TARNOW QUICK FR01EN SARA lee STRAWFtEQRr
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Franks . . ,2 PKGS 13 COPEIAND BREAKFAST FRENCH FRIED IB 99c .
Link Sausage. . .. >KI: 88C Flounder Fish Fillets LB88c _ -_ PKG 88
OCOMA
Chick* 8..1 0'TurI.ys
Meat Dinners

I COPS featured I I this 33 IIMIT ONI WITH IACM 2iioi rt. Q J Q 0BIROSEYI C
I week.jnly
1 i I 'i Q lOr R.c..W fMuoh'H"'...4"MuthroomtI {

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French Beans

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,, : lIy Elizabeth: Givens Walker .
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t KAPLAN HOMEIMPROVEMENT ,
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r yt DELL CHAPTER OES cle will meet at the home of der song tor Sunday services. ANNIVERSARY CO.tatroduc.e .
Dell Chapter 168 will hold Mrs. Covlngton. Friday tile Bible Class each Monday night. Mr. and Mrs.Everett Morris 1
> Its regular business meeting ladles will be selling pies at Prayer Meeting each Thursday St. were honored by their child t 'Li' t
Thursday night, June 3, In the the church. Saturday the Ushers night. Visitors always welcome. ren on their 27th wedding anniversary .. REYNOLDSALUMINUM
Masonic Hall on Brownlee will be selling dinners May 29, In their SIDING
Street. All members are asked from the kitchen. Saturday at Thought for the Week(Morality home. N. Market Road. Many INSULATED ;a',
to please be present and on 6 p.m. the monthly Sunday ): Morality without Religion friends were present to shareIn Area ,
time. Clarence Williams W. School teachers conferencewillbe Is a tree without roots;a stream the gala affair. To The Tri-County
P. Alma Bacon W.M. held. Sunday Is regular pas- without any spring to feed It; FIRST JOB ., .. '
toral day. Sunday School at a house built ,on the sand; a Rains ,'t
GIRL SCOUT TROOP 9:30: will begin the services. pleasant! place to live In until May t 1D"ilrilTZt. VERY REDUCED PRICED

All Girl Scouts of Troop 626 Morning service at II a.m.Din- the Heavens grow dark; andRe "See for yourself"J!': ;
( storm begins to beat. The Top Average and will enable you to
are asked to please meet Tuesday ner will be served at 12:30.: At :
June 8 at 5 p.m. to make 3 p.m. the Sunlight Pallbearerswill morality of the Gospel) Is the t With FREE ESTIMATE .'.t
noblest gift- ever bestowed by May rainfall averaged 3.1 Inches WRAP.,.
for the coming activity.All meet League will be held REYNOLDS
plans
Teresa Jones and Isabel Bristol In a scene from "The parents are Invited to attend at 4 p.m. Evening Worship 6 Cod on m n. The Gospel the topping the 50-year aver you receive a frt roll at '
. Would-Be Swingers" P.m. good news and glad tidings from age for the month by almost half 't
Hononary tea will be held for God to man if we believe it;;Morality an inch according to the Florida 372-0181, :
CHURCH ACTIVITIES the graduates of the church Sunday will have a deeper meanIng Division of Forestry Headquarters tKAPlAN P. O. Box 236
., Greater Bethlehem Free.Win June 13, at 3 p.m. The In ones life-Rev.Leery Da on Sn-IOO west of 4
Rev Jasper Seniors are Lula Cuffee Pamela Starke.
Baptist Williams Church pastor. Choir No 1 Davis t& Raymond baniels.Sunday vis.Greater Alien limpet K...._, The 50-year average for May 'HOME IMPROVEMENT CO.GAINESVillE" ,
rehearsal each Monday night. School 9:45.: Morning Church Rev. C.E. Jenkins pas is 2.7 Inches giving May 1971
Tuesday night Choir No. 3 and service at 11. Evening Service tor. Sunday School 10 a.m. an edge! of four-tenths of an Member Gainesville Chamber Of Commerce t
Ushers Board No 2 meet. Wed- 7 p.m. The Junior Choir will Love feast service at 11. Communion Inch. I Reference: 1st National Bank Of Gainesville I
nesday night Prayer Meeting. rehearse Friday night, June service 6 p.m. All There were five forest fires ... a. oa..
s --- e .IRr.
Thursday night the Ladles Clr- 4. The Junior Choir will ren members and friends Invitedto In the county; during May which
attend. burned 41.1 acres.





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IRI 'Ail I And Grandad too ,

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Main characters In the play wore(front row. 1-r)Jnhn
nlggs Hhonda llarrell Teresa Jones Isabel Bristol
Darline Jones. Second row: John Bristol Reed Harley
Alan Smith and Marleno Sharp. ".

YOU SAVE UP TO O I IUDIES'

Brooker Students Stage

Lovell Fund Production


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The fifth and sixth graders Flicker Debby's best friend
of Mrs. Peggy StanwIx-IIay of The party begins as a regular
rocker Elementary staged teenage bash but when the kids

"The Would- e Swingers" learn of Sylvester's Reed Harley -
Tuesday night, May 25, at the ) return after leaving to Joina
school. rock group The Electric Pancake ''' !
NOT PANTS r ,
The presentation emphasized The party changes to a ,
mod-hippie environment to Impress DICKIE IET'MDOG
of the so-calledGen-
the closing PANTIES
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the Portervllle drop out.
and the absurdity
eration Gap
WORK PANTS I
of trying to Impress people by After much decoration with : rt Just right to our i L t ,
acting like someone you are mod posters Incense burning MtMANINT under Hit Pints! w ,,,,pw .COLLARSMEN'S
not, Mrs. Stanwlx-llav says. It and blink lighting Sylvester MISS Levity pistils & ,. ( ;, I ,
arrives with a short hair cut lop tint eilirs KILLS FLEAS ( '
was staged as a benefit for and dress suit lie Is surprised With shape 1 In 100% "ylin FOR THREE
the Lucille Lovell Fund and sit, X-IT&
at his old friends and starts MONTHS.
with lie him
raised $21.02 In donations. toil riliast, I h 1s
but the kids
to leave, remove
Teresa Jones portrayed Debby their wigs ponchos army 85,% Cotton r Slip YOU 4AVI 20% YOU SAVI 37% _U 14b 'is
White a teenage girl haying shirts and head bands lower 15% Poly SJM.lL. x
a party to welcome Buddy the istn, fabric. ]
the music and regulate '
Folman, played by John Bristol lights. Comet In o JJ
and Polly Rolman played Debby's elderly next door Khaki, Crtyir I
b)' Isabel Bristol, to town. neighbor played by Bertha De Grim. _
Darline Jones played Ann tleson after years of complaining Slits 2SII
MEN'SORLON SETS
1 PC. BEVERAGE
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about teenage parties come as _
to Debby's and"rocks out"with I SOCKS ,PITCH MOIASSI8* r/toTH/ ,
JacksonvilleBusiness the kids. Alan Smith (Roscoe As- tI
Dettlesoncomes) after Bertha r'tl
: I .Nat'lly Sold it 1.11
and Joins in the fun. fAV[ 1.00 Popular eilors. 1 F ,
Friends of Debby White were Slits 10 It 11 fAVI ,
played by Dwight Emery Dar- h / lIK .y
line Sharp Clay Watson Vicki / !
Prescott, Peter Henry Wayne \ I CRAZYI wt
Reid Susan Raulerson Mattie / I I .
Directory Foster, Diane Miller John Le- t OHre iron /
Fevers Wanda Green Everett ( v er GId cabs / ( 1
Hayes Teressa Booth Tammy IfI
Andrews, and Jimmy Rauler- :
.\utn Stiles nnd Service ..
son.Pizza Boys were Mike Starling BOYS' COTTON \ ..

Parrish MotorsLES Jerry Smith. Timothy Roberts 1 80
played the policeman.The PAJAMAS .,r v\-. .a\1Ye v. ti ..11.
hoods were Jack LeFevers Robert w r
Smith Tony Stalnaker and Full cut fir ctmtortablilit. EAGLE a
SERVICE Mike Comerford. Wldt iiititmtnt tlatlrictlvi a '--,. PLASTIC II
PAKTS VOLVO John Bristol played the partof prints. CAT LITTER CLIP-ON
Charley a young guitarist Sires 3 101. ,\ CAT ;;
Marlene Sharp was Mrs. White HANGERS "
Alwara Good Used CmU2t LITTER
Debby's mother. YOU
Ni muss, tr fuss l,
; Laura St. Ph. 356-5654 Mike Strickland and Tim > 5AV130X :; : t _I';, lust Hush ,it awarHtatid :
In of I' '
Sharp were charge stage 1 : to 2,000 oi
EI.EC'THfCIOTORS: lighting. '.' ;.;' degree /fir sutra Setel a :
.' Skitter
iDiotrjency.
? sun type, e
PEAVY Brothers E '
My Neighbors v h YOU SAVE 18% M
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Electric Co. 01>
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Electric :MotorsS ..

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Generators Staler Armature / ....
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Rewinding .... r1001NPASIK
40-11 Lenox Jjx 387-2J28 ,) & OSCILLATING
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1'1.11PIA: SOS \/ C ,h s ra 138 Easy wine nut tilt adjustment.Oscillalt ; 1
CChNN ORGANS and KJ\I: ALL r'If. 296 ir nit at tWill it a knob.


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"looking/ to tlie future, L 1'L
reviewing the past. or deploring fAYt'lIK \ p PGlO 1 1
/ the present, dear." I / I
CRAIYI 1\J..1,11' .H

ia BOYS' BASKETBALL MEN'S BASKETBALL
? SAVI LIKI CRAZY) t H\'U. ntH
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OR DECK SNEAKERS SNEAKERS
HOUR after HOUR
BIKE RIOTI!
K\I{: .\l.I. "SWINdER" TRYTONYS I SPRAY DEODORANT \+e Rubber soles, LOW TOP m .
OIBIS' A SOYS'
ORGANS= .
CNShitntd" tins I 5
Roosevelt :Mall388851911'ESTERN ANTi-PERSPIRANT o eNn, Ass't. Fell ctmfirtctnslrnclliii I 20 Inch Pete" bikes, and
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20 Inch Cinvirtibli
: = STOKE ITALIAN HO r IJ"' O r ctltrs.It Whitt tr tikes, in this criup.

SPAGHETTI NOVA e ;?r "It I ,, t.o Hack.Sins. YOU SAVE 5.00
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LITTLE DUDE pi, :,u? Sit 12 Our 3J.M 20" PiltBikis f
Choice Meat Balls ;' P, nin 11,(C
Western 011'".51 Bikt ElimlMtwno tAr
Store Cr Homemade Italian 'YOSAV.2S U .".51
YOU SAVI 34%
W.st':rn Clothing Loath'i: SausageEAT / / h tl IN CARTON
i q'( "ds. Saddl', and Trail'i\" '% .1 v ,'...... 1SAY''LIKI I
Charles 4 Sharon Pttty ftD
!Wit/' S. F.dcewUf'd> MI-UIO CRAZYI 4P e d :.9 n ? RED PLAID LUGGAGE '
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OR TAKE-OUT I 1 Sturdy, will made IUClll'
FURNITURE ALSO A1NIM Attraction Rid Plaid design.r .
STEAKS POIU ;
MEN'S OR LADIES' BASEBALL GLOVES le" SIZE

BAXLEY CHAIR CHOPS, CHICKEN, SUNGLASSES '
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SEA FOOD pyptwpR,
Furniture Discount! ( II 1 .

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IF.GAI.S L.
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IN" THE CIRCUIT COURT OF) Ina de.crlbed issues
THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIR aU dated March I or bonds, Second, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth,
1971
CUIT; IN AND FOR LEON I, 1971, all bearing Interest or JIUe Eighth Twelfth, Thirteenth IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN TinLIKCI'n' of the fictitious name of A-J
at COURT: Deputy Clerk
anJ OF
COUNTY FLORIDA. not Eighteen, Nineteenth. FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL Cab Company, under which cation of the property; described -
exceeding the K ;'imi/ Ware I I. Crouch
In Re maximum: le- Twentieth Judicial Circuits of I"L! JUDICIAL (CIR agan, Anderson AI below
from
Wl rate of CIRCUIT, IN AND" FOR BRAD- CUIT Oh engaged In business at 121North I olds Kl-B to
$7.155,000 State School Interest at the State of Florida, by mall H.OHIIU! IN.ND: : RI-C Santa Fe
Bolds the FORD COUNTY.Betty Shores S/D.
Temple
Ave. Starke
time .
of FOil ,
the
ease sale t ireof, RRAIliuiilUOUN'tY.J :; Attorneys for i Plaintiff
Civil No. this 17th of This
71-655 day May A.D. 1971. change In
classification
and all maturing in annual In- Marie Marsh Plaintiff Civil XcUon No, Bradford, County; Fla.T. P.O. Box 13U7tlainesvitle
State Board of Education of stallments on March 1 or June ARNOLD L. GREENFIELD vs. Richard Dean Marsh, De IN RI':. \doption of Ronald .A. Patrick 51"., 6316 Elise (; Florida. Is subject: to a public hearing
Florida. a body corporal I to be held!' on Tuesday, June 29
under of the Drive lacksonvllle ,
years 1974 to 1992, Attorney for Plaintiff r.Ddaot.NOTICE Wayne Kill, a mJnol'BY Fla,
the Constitution 1971
of the OF ACTION at 7:30: In the
State inclusive said State. School Room 627, Larson Building : Tasco: Lucas Lee and his 1./1\erne Patrick 49"c, 6316 ;V27 4t 6/17 p.m. County
of Florida Plaintiff n. The Bonds being Issued by the State Tallahassee Florida To Richard DeaD Marsh, res- wife, Gertrude M. Ceo I I- Use Drive, Jacksonville; F la., Commission room of the Brad
32304
State.of Florida, et Wand ford County courthouse
al., Defendant Board or Education: for and address unknown. "NOTICE OF AnION I (Owners at which:
*. on behalf of the School You are notified that an action TO Dated I this 24th day of time all persons Interested
Boards 5/27 3t 6/10 : Billy Joe Ellis whose May,
:NOTItTMay : shall bo
heard
of the School Districts In the for divorce has been filed residence Ise Unknown ".I). 1971 at Starke. Bradford for or againstthe
ORDERTo Counties against you and you are required : I 5/27 2C, 1971 proposal as specified in
named YOUIIE County; lorlda. 4t 6/17
below In if one* or annum) 'ALAelfe. NOTIFIED
the stab of Florida to. serve a of that a I f.eolllrddams: and Ia- tine' Toning Code of Bradford
and amounts and Series as follows U h.r.*r .lv.n that. I. copy yourwritten petition for
:the seven! properly' ; owner, : p,'"1>. Reddlah. eh.rtft" of ara defenses. It any to It adoption of the above me \. \dams, wire has made County
named -- -
i taxpayer, citizens: and the fard ,O unlJ'. Florid*. under andWrit on A.Z. Adkln, Jr., Plaintiffs child has been filed by Application to the, Bradford
.
County; k" vlrla* ofEcatl'0n of Saaoahtlo.ed : Tasco: Lucas
.other having or claiming any Amount Series WIU attorney, whose address Is W Gertrude Lee and his wife, IN: THE CIRCI'IT! COl'RT Or County: Zoning Board for reclassification -John Torode, Chairman
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right title or Interest In the Cadsden : mid. out of ""' ...nCI.lm. S.W. Third Street Gainesville.. M. Lee and you are FLORIDA riGIIIII Jl'DICIM.CIWCLir of the properly| Bradford County; Zoning
property to be affected by the Indian River $450.000 C ( Florida Court" pursuant of Bradford to *Conn.T final- Florida, on or before June 21st. required to servo a copy of IN: AND l I FOR BHAPXrORDCOUMY described: below from Rl-.\ to Board
Itiuance by the State Board Bradford $1 75,000 C juditm.nt for: Town P'lnanaeconDany 1971, end file the original l with your written defenses, if any, !J FLORIDA. KI-C
'of Education of Florida, a body Lake $100,000| D and .or..t. *ldn.y the Clerk of this court either to it on Theron A. Yawn, Jr., CAST: N'O..: 9H2 S 1/2 of M'.: '1/4 and theN 6/3 2t 6/10
Orlffli. Jr
r Petitioners'
'corporate: of the State of Florida Nassau $750,000 D fl* in th* ;emnu 1 of110010' to. before service on Plaintiffs Attorney, whose S.ISapp: Plaintiffvs- Lou- 1/2 of Scl/4 of Scc; 12,
pursuant to Section: 9 (d) Seminole $475.000 D ..Iher with.cot. of. collection.HIV attorney or Immediately address Is P.O. Box 340 Starke ise Auvll Sapp, Denfendant. Tp. 8-S. 15 22 I', a parcel containing ----
wl I. d and hay In my Florida 32091
of Article: xn of the Const Collier $700,000 D o .. ..>n .h following dwwrl- thereafter; otherwise a default !2Ui on or before the NOT 1C r. 01 SI'IT. : 51 acres: more or less: CM.OIICF: :
tutlon of Florida, of $7,155.000 Sarasota $275,000 E 14 vr.,xal properly. to Wit: will be entered against you for d.ij of lily, 1971, and file IO; I.ouiseuvll 1 Sapp Place as recorded In Db 6'!), I'. 286 I will not I Iw responsible' for
:State School Bonds, Issued for Lee $650,000 G lass Truck OhivroUt Plok Up fie relief demanded In the CoIDpI&Jat. the original with the Clerk of of Residence and \ddress I'n- of Public Records of Bradford any debts made In' undone oilier
and on behalf of the School Leon $l 80.000 I LhJht r.llowTsw vice this Court either before ser- known County, I lorlda' less put lions than myself Mrs./ cI I':. .Hough.3 .
$500,000 I NI 45 01C un WITNESS hand and fh* on Petitioners') attorney \ deeded.
Boards of the School Districts Duval> my nt'1:1; 111'111 m Nim_
Till No. 1717307I
of the Counties of Bradford, Pine? lias $600,000 L D Mo. CH tea A. ll mAC eej of this court on stay Nth or, Immediately' thereafter; I 1'11:11:l that S.I 1 "a//>l> has filed Mils. chance, In classificationIs ( / 4 tp 6/21 1
Collier Duval Cadsden, Hills- /Hlllsborough $1,500,000 N the nroftxrty and of the that.*boe. 1 itn. otherwise, a default will 1 be entered a ( 'iimnlnlm, for I Dlvnuv) against': subject: to a public liiMitiu;
Honed dnf.ndanu on
,
borough Indian River, Lake, $800.000 Q Monday the 14th day of Jun lief itilnst) ;! you for the l'e- toll in lie hctili. l'unit nf to Ix 'held, on 'Inesclav! lime '."),
Lee, Leon Nassau, Plnellas and Iwvlv* .o cloek noon on ..ald Eat GILBERT. BROWN demanded in Die I'l'tlllon. I lloilda.' I I' iKhlh: Ilididal I I < ir- I')7I!) al 7:3D: I>.m. 'In the! < (tun1\
1 1
Sarasota Seminole, Florida, IT ISF.1< riKR! : ORDERED ford on.II"County nrarnlwn Jail." of 1 will tho Brsd off.* Clan of tile Circuit Court seal t11'11 s.s mj hand and the' rull, In and. for, Hi ulford( ( ounti C'mission loom or tie Krad- NOTICI: ::
hereinafter more particularly: that this Order be publishedonce for who| and Sell to the hla-htat' of said Court: at Slarkv. I and ion arc' >f,| each bidder for' cash Inj hand fh* s- By Beulah M. l I'lolld,1 (this 21st day or1.1), to the Bradford County;
week for three : Moody time all Intcl'l'wdshall
described: or to be affected: In con- serve a cop of 'nilI'n \\er |persons
secutive weeks In a bnv.nAanul lndsatl.U tA stormswd Deputy Clerk 1971. or ple.idlnj) : Ix heard for 01 against /oniw! Board for re-classlfl-
any way thereby: newspaper d (.11.iUIt: I' \ ; to U v < niiipi-niK
The State of Florida, throughthe published in each of the Coun- "nillnn S. BROWN, As upon| Plaintiffs ailoi'tc.is! i a- tlic, proposal, as !Bpeclfied In ca!lOll of the property! described
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ties of P n nt-ddltfh. ah.rlffBradford 1/20 4t 6/10 Clerk of Said Court '' below from Kl-B to RI-C
Bradford. Collier Duval ( lie /onlnfi Code of Bradford
State Attorneys for the Second County Florid gan, rouclindei smiA. I olds : llliill)
Fourth. Fifth Cadsden, Ilillsborough, Indian 1.20 4t l-lf 212 S.I'. I Irst ISlrl'l't.I'II.lIn, ('ounly.lolin. from waters edge out
Sixth
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H >
Hculah 1.lood and
all
; around
River > Sampson Lake
Lake
Lee, Leon, Nassau > I3H7, (.ilnesxllle; I 'L.rl.li. and
Eighth, Twelfth Thirteenth
Deputy (I'Ierk| being In
Townships 6 and 7
THE COUNTY JUDGED file Die, TorocJhalrrnan:
Pine IN Inn I
Eighteenth, Nineteenth and lias, Sarasota ana NOTICE;: I will not be responsible 01 IK \ii.kun or of I-'RC: 21 East
Twentieth Seminole, Florida COURT OF BRADFORDCOUN- pleading In toe office of tie Bradford CoiintHoaid \ 10nhU
Judicial Circuits: of the first for any debts made by 5/27 4t 6/17 This request will be heardat
Florida, and the several pro- publication: in each of said news- TY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE anyone other than myself. Paul Clerk .of Die' above otirl on the, regular meeting of die
perty owners, taxpayers papers to be not less than twen- or Ix-foie lime' 30ih, !l'!(I.I.| If
and others having, citizens ty; ((20)) days prior to the date IN RE: Estate. of Mary C. PI*. Wayne Black.: 4tp. 6/17 :\01ICE: Of IVITMKA: : TO you fall to do eon, Inclement 6/3 2tp 610NO'llCT heard/onlng: Board< which will be
or RIMS'; I Mi nCTlTlOl'S N11ENotice ,: bj Pef mlt on the last Tuesday In
claiming any right title or hereinabove set for the hear- ehowsM, Deceased. will be taken against each month The date of this
Interest In property to be af ing, in form, times and man- :NOTICE you for the relief dc'm.uvted;
will be
heard
fected: by the Issuance ner as required by Chapter NOTICE OF FILING FINAL Is hereby given that III (lie' Compl.ilnt. request tune 29,
by the 1171.
State Board of Education of 75, Florida Statutes. REPORT AND APPLICATIONFOR I will not be responsible for tile undersigned under the proVisions :May 26, 1971
Florida, a body DONE AND ORDERED, at DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR debts Incurred of (Chapter 20,9r:; Lawsof I B'\ I 11.1 D this 2nUi, day ofla). Mr. James W. Koblnson and
: by 6/1(1(
corporate of any anyone 21 fi/7|
I I'lorldacts A. i In Mr. II.E. Wolf In
of !! behalf
the State of Florida, of $7- Tallahassee, Florida, this 17th other' than myself -llattlo E. 1941, will I'iri. uf
register, with, tho Clerk (.;.11 111'1/1/ l owners of in Santa; .
155,000 State School Bonds day of May, 1971. Notice Is hereby ton thatI Simpson. 5274t- 6/17 of the s. upmvN; proper
hereinafter have filed my final report Circuit Court, In and for Brad Clerk of eU< >1 e I ntltled I IC Shores has made Application IF HK DOVT 11 u'p FT
described: or more to be particularly W. MAY WALKER of Executor) : of the Estate of ford t ounty, h lorlda, upon proof Court to the Bradford County ...'11 eel II f<>ryou.. office.
affected: in Judge of the Circuit Court Mary C. PlechowsM, decMeedtthat of publication: of tills notice B\ Hett\ Edwards:: /onirhg Board for re-classifi Suppllri, .Furniture/ Fqulpnrnt. -
any way thereby,
are
hereby
required to of the Second Judicial Circuit I !have filed my application '. Ilradford Candy
Circuit Court appear of Leon before County the- of Florida, In and for Leon for distribution and tor Trlrtraph.B .

florida, In the Second Judicial County. final discharge, and that on
Circuit of said State A true copy June 14, 1971, I wUl apply tothe

at the Courthouse in Tallahassee Attest: Honorable Theron A. Yawn,
Florida, on the 25th day Paul F, Hartsfleld County Judge of Bradford County
of June, 1971, at eleven o'clock Clerk Circus Court Florida for approval of
Leon said final return and for an STARKE'SLOWEST
FloridaBy
A.M., and show cause why (the ; ?
prayers of the Complaint filed Jane G. Sauls, D.C.CERTIFICATE. Order of Distribution and for
in the above proceedings should final discharge: as Executor of
not be granted and the$7,155,000 tile Will of Mary C. PtechowM -

State School and Bonds therein described It Is hereby certified that a Dated, deceased.: this 17th day of May FOOD

the proceedings copy of the foregoing Order, 1971. _
heretofore had authorizing the to which is attached a copy
issuance thereof, validated and of the PRICES !
Complaint referred to Chancy E. Warner Jr.. M
confirmed, said State School therein, has been furnished to Executor of the Estate of Mary
Bonds consisting of the follow- the State Attorneys for the C.: PlechowsU, deceased. r s SUPERMARKETS 320 S. WALNUT ST


5/20 4t 6/10


ONUS auvs oooo THRU WIDNIIOAY JUNI 16, 1971.QUANTITY moms RESERVED.c'ii' .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL ; < fnan f irwr tow niafm mirwr 10* mafW nnntr uw fticitTivarur low menf tnirnv tow nici ft i rti tow mat

Now{: 'l''l'I CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRADFORD Open COUNTY. / i SL Wf N.f eo. 6 STICK
CASE NO.MaI"1 IsHOULDERf -
S { .v*.'.Donald Lee Napier Napier, Defendant.Plaintiff' STEAK I | BACON I MEATS OLEO

NOTICE OF SUIT 69ivi <
To: Donald Napier 24 South nr hors

I THORNTON'SGrocery 1 Eureka Street Columbus, Ohio.

You are hereby notified that roy tow mcrf.i r ir* r uw wa ivttrw tow nitfMtmr iio ntcrfl nnntr uw mat i nnntr uw ntrn nnntr uw MOT t v mintr uw nKttra
an action for divorce baa been

:: & Meats S filed required against' to serve you and a you copy are of PANTRY PRIDE iiTTtf-WMT .r i ?aT- .*i _0.r4SaW! af mZZ M FRISHTRIlf

your written defenses. If any, ? I TISSUE 1 PIJ9HII.w.69. .
DRIVE
: to It on Elsie S. Sender, Attorney -

: FORMERLY BUCKS GROCERY for Plaintiff, whose address f .9I 69

U.S. 301 NORTH i Is 138 West Call Street, r1 P'LriJ k, Ag >. HAif etlM
i Starke, Florida and file the
original with the Clerk of the
: above-styled; Court on or before

.! Now Under Management\ i a Judgment June 21,may 1971;be otherwise entered ( SIRLOIN rrrrrrrr ROUNDBOHELES5' CHUCK (lit ItlHIH niii'';
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against you tor the relief demanded ulrrzrcrr 1
In the Complaint.'
i i WITNESS my band and the
LEO AND NADINE THORNTON seal of MId Court on this 17th STEAKS STEAK ROASTI.J.CIOICI

: day of May, 1971.

OWNERS :i ClLBERTS.BROWN $ --

.. .. As Clerk of Skid Court $119 arrrltr I. I"or S8c


: OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEKS : BY: Betty Clerk Edwwd lID ''s lI1'J! LB ,
Deputy
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8 A.M. 9 P.M. : 5/20 4t 6/10 ____
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: .. TO .. .., .
COMPARE! :: ,. .,

S .. NOTICE LIBBY'S 17os WHOLE ) Potato Chips : .:::.. j8 s9e' 2C; GiantlValb. : ELIPIIt

: We Ajll Appreciate Your Business ; May 26, 1971 CORN RiceARonisis:::::" 3/$1/ S1.17 17.
OR
4.............N.....................N.4 Mr. Talbot McCoy has made KERNSSTYLE
Application to the Br.dI'ordCounty Idea CUT GREEN Chinatown Rice .. ""0 39c 45c 6c BREAD
Zoning Board for reclassification /
BEANS .
of the property; ? : Long Crain Rice .Y0"0. ,,,,:.-.. 39C 45t 6f

. described Rl-C: for one below Mobile from Home RI-B on to Colgate Instant Shave "0..."'?,"'.;' 39c 49t 10* IZS

his property In Section 17. mnm 5/95cJ Pantry Pride Salt ..01 00. 9c Township 6 South, Range 22 ngnnrr/
East parcel account: 2229. Cake Mixes ":.BsrasToaster : :: :- 29c 3/89 2c 24oz
take This change In classificationIs : t _
;;1 subject to a public h arne Pastries ,:t"f"-:;::.. 3/95c/ 3/100 Sc

r> to be held on Tuesday June 29, Pantry Pride Flour 37c _____
ilfSretrea'.1' 1971 at 710:; p.m. In the County too COUNT 39t 2t ,
a sportsrri Commission room of the Brad ifmrurj Fyne Bake Shortening > <... S9c 69t 10c @'::: I lHm)i (t
which (in man .IfiJ
ford County; courthouse at : SALADATEA FANCY GOLDIN RIMBANANAS.
.. ..
time all persons Interested Town Talk Syrup 49c 59t toe -

?' the shall proposal be heard a*for specified or against In BAGS Waffle Syrup :i'xr.ss: : 39c 43t 4t / ,

/N YOURSElbilTt: ,; the Zoning -.: of Bradford Instant Breakfast "If; ::':' 47c 49c 2c ,
AND County.
W9R
\ L Aspirin ''w' 19c See 19c 1 "

Playing our .966 yard championship 101' course -John Torode ChairmanBndl'ord
County 99cJ Northern Facial Tissue c..- 2/29c2/35c/ 6c 10
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Fresh watgr fishing in Crystaf River -+4 aJ1N44 Zoning L8

Saltwater fishing In the .Gulf & iq tributaries' Board BOXCOMPARE Paper Towels "sssssAl ::: ; 4/l/ SI.16 toe --
Playing tennis on our all weather court., 1'11..
Hunting on nearby private preserves';": ';fjJ 6/3 2to 610LEGAL Bath Tissue '.. '.0. 29 ". 4c ______

Boating and other water sports activit/est/ !{/, I Z-:: :"'o. V .. >ISM twin
; 7 Cold Drink
(Bring your on" boat to our ramp Of p: : oz. Cups a' 'a. 79 98c '19c rlLLOw"M.

OR RELAX ft maprJl'' 1 will not be NOTICEI responsible for Red Dart Sweet Peas ."- 6J/Slsb,26 a* Aluminum Foil 4/l/ SI U bee .."." 6

Or the sun deck beside our fresh w any debts made on*other Frozen '"'" N awcaopteat
Orange Juice 8/S1/
S1.11
Ernest =: hie SOUNTY MMITI a ASS t O/ANSPDttl
e Dining in the elegant Plantation Dining Poojn than mye W.Aden HONEYDEWS. 3/95
e With friends in our intimate Divot Bat *> Lounge Parfait Yogurt ansa? 191 79 ...
e 100 comfortable spacious air conditioned' room* 6/3 4 t 6/24 TOWELS 3/$1: / PANCT NIW TlllOW CtOII
.
; # Franks S0 tAM 55 s" 4c ::
SI I ONIONSivitro ,1.9
Located just north of Tampa on US 19via Florida*
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Turnpike, and 1.75 from the Gold Coast., U,19 orUf 41 i
from the north and south, and US 301,Alt NOTICE r low mct > | MIIHT uw mat | ivttntr lownicti nnntv uw mcitimirur ttw HKitiiviirttr uw met

from Northeast and Central Florida. ,,1 f I Notice .la hereby given that << 20" FAN -
1' an order dated 20 May 1971 ,dfii! .
For further Information 17'1"4 has been Issued by the undersigned CINNAMON TRASH CANLINERS PICKLED WHITE
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phone (coiled// ) now ((904) 715CORALCE authorizing the name BUNS SAUCES BEETS POTATOES
MOORE, Sa/eJ/ Pirectdf{ of the gas screw Marlin My l SIa'
3XV9 .. Darlln 3/99 ; :.N 14.88 10
I.S.1" "*!1' IT. J>#:/. official number 285956. ,
OJ # .-,,- .''os',,; ,"1r owned by Ralph Ray Barnes
of which Jacksonville, Fla. Is

V\.J the home port, to be changed ivr ri4i tow "iff Btmriir tow nii > t'
mirttr uw nni
to The
Office. L.J. Rader.
HOTEL & SPORTS RESORTP.O. Documentation Officer, by Dr. COLGATE WIFFLEBALL&
CO. USC., MIO, Jacksonville: CREAM FRENCH Whit
FLA. 32629A COTTON
BOX 1116 CRYSTAL RIVER Fla. vii INSTANT
6/10 4t 7/1 PIES HAIR SPMAY GUARD
FRIES SHAVE SWABS
Family Resort > > ** BAT SET

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Lex Green To Be Honored
1'1' ?1
womei,
: By Martha Sue McCain For 50 Years With Fla Bar
En lTOILUL'8 : ,.' 'Q County Extension

( / Home Economic Agent(
-. :YWIfillMMMMMM Former Congressman Lex
Green, of Starke, I I one of 19
Florida attorneys who will be
"rw M $good- that will Quickly bring to boll, then honored by the Florida Bar at
be the echo (his fall with all reduce heat. .. Its 21st annual convention In *
I
the goods being canned and Cook 10 to 15 minutes or until Miami. June 16-19.
frozen this garden season. We tender. Avoid overcooking The group of 19 will be hon
have really had the calls for
ored
as. "Golden Agers" who ,
Y Information on vegetables and have completed 50 years of
fruits as well as on the pressure FRESH[ CORN membership In the Florida Bar.,.
cookejr. Just lately the With corn when it Is ready, The awards luncheon will beheld t ,+wy4
biggest crop seems to be potatoes It Is readyso If you want to Thursday, June 17. at the
and squash. So here Is freeze corn- Whole-kernel and Doral Hotel. Miami Beach.
information for use on. '. Cream styleselect; ears with In Its current May Issue, the
FREEZING! NEW plump tender kernels and thin, Florida Bar Journal carriedthe
IRISH POTATOES sweet milk. If the milk is thjck following account of the
Select potatoes of uniform and starchy It is better to career of Mr. Green:
size. that is. all as near freeze corn as cream-style.; "Except for a four termas
3/4 inches in diameter or aU Husk ears remove silk and Bradford County; j judge year 1921-
as near 1 Inch or all as near wash the corn. Heat ears in 24. Robert Alexis (Lex) Green
r 11/2 1 Inches In diameter as boiling water for 4 mlnuteu. Sr., of Starke served the state
possible. Cool promptly in cold water legislature In various capacities -
Wash clean of soil and scrub, and drain. for 27 years."Beginning .
vigorously to remove tender For whole kernel corn cut
skin. (No paring will be nec- kernels from cob at about two- in 1913, he served
essary although they may be thirds the depth of the kernels. for a year as messenger as
.. f scraped Desired). For cream style; corn cut the House of Rpresentatlves,
Water blanch as follows: Po- corn from the cob at the a- then In 1915 was assistant chief
tatoes 3/4 inch in dlameter4 bout the center of the kernels. clerk to the House, becoming
minutes; potatoes I inch in Scrape the cobs with the back chief clerk In 1917. From 1918 attorney for the State Board
-r"i I i iI diameter- minutes; potatoes of the knife to remove the to 1920 he was speaker pro- of Health.
r : 1 1/2 Inches in diameter 7 Juice and the heart of the tem of the legislature,and from "An active civic group mem-
minutes Potatoes over 1 1/2 kernel. 1924 to 1942 he represented the ber, he earned a B.S. degree in
;
-I- L t. Inches In diameter. 8-10 min- Pack corn Into containers Second District of Florida In education at the University, of
i utes. leaving 1/2 Inch head space. Congress. He was Congressman Florida before studying law at
', Chill for 3 to 5 minutes in Seal and f ramw. at Large for the years 194244. Yale and then business administration -
RUNNING COLD WATER. On The Cob. Select some "His years In Congress Included at Harvard. He has done
Package In moisturevapor as for WhOle kernel sweet corn. 18 as assistant Democratic work towards a masters degreeat
proof containers. Some recommended Husk remove silk wash, and Party whip. More recen- the University of Florida.
4 containers are: sort ears according to size. tly he has served as a memberof "lie was admitted to the U.S.,
0) Waxed top-opening folding Heat in boiling water Small the County Democratic Executive Supreme Court in 1926 and Is
cartons with mollture-vapor- ears for 7 minutes (I 1/4 Inches Committee and the State now a member of the Eighth
proof liner. ((2) Heavily waxed or less hi diameter). Democratic Executive Committee Judicial Circuit Bar and the
i rigid type; containers known to. Medium ears 9 minutes and previously he had been American Bar Association. He
id be mofsture-vapor-proof. (3) (1 1/4 to 11/2 Inches In diameter attorney. for the Bradford served with the U.S. Navy dur-
r.'y Heavy moisture -vapor proof ) Large ears 11 minutes County; School Hoard a prosecuting ing World War B. lie was bornin
". polyethylene freezer bags. (over 1 1/2 Inches in dia- county attorney, and Bradford County; in 1892.MuT .

Freeze at zero degrees or meter). $.:.>..:.--.Y.-:.:._--.m.' m ....:'; :':X,:';r,:, :':,:':rr':ra:,,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:::,:,:::,:::::,: ::,:,:,:,:,....<<
lower. Cool promptly In cold water
; and drain.
nmgurr.nr
y JP* j To cook Add desired amountof Pack ears Into containers or X
mrwMMMMKNwntimJ frozen potatoes to enough wrap in moisture-vapor resistant -
fM boiling salted water to cover. material. Seal and freezr }
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SATURDAY NIGHT.. qualified anateur golfer, boy I

; rE.DrrORYOUNG j i County Agent News I I Iby IS All THE you BIG members NIGHT! bring your or reached on girl tournament his, who or her will date.18th not birthday have- ,

friends out this Saturday night

How Not To A ttract PEOPLE Bobby Taylor for 8 p.m.the big to 1 Hawaiian a.m. I don't Luau,mean from Div.Div. n I,, 14-15 age ,16-17 18 holes., 18 holes.

STILL IN HOSPITAL Bradford and Union County the actual eating will last that Div. DI, 12-13, 9 holes.
; out because they had their own
Div. IV 10-11 9
Or BusinessessWeeds To the 4-H and FFA but with of roast holes.
New Residents public: members will show. It Is now an Alachua long, a menu Div. V, 9 and under 3
The girls who are still In not be allowed to participate in County; Show. Bradford and Un- pit, smoked turkey,shrimp, and Starting time for all, holes.
divisionsis
the hospital in Montgomery, the Greater Gainesville Area ion County; have been elimi- ribs, you never can tell. For 9 .
don't show up very well In of weeds or noxious plants, or any Ala. are: Charlotte WhItehead, Steer Show and Sale. nated because? ? ? those who can still move after point a.m.A
photographs.To unwholesome or offensive vegetable room 200, daughter of Mr. and This action was taken on a The steer is still an excel- all that feasting, there'll be be used in system which scoring first will
matter whatever calculated to annoy Mrs. A.B. Whitehead, Sr.; Susan close vote of a small number lent 4-H and FFA project. It dancing to the music from Jax. finisher will be a place
Faulkner, room 209,daughter of vocational agriculture provides educational Tickets are still available at awarded 21
many
really "appreciate" these scenes any citizen, or to endanger public of Mr. and Mrs.Paul Faulkner teachers and extension agents for members In animal opportunities -- the Pro Shop. points, successive in places decreasing -

you would have to view them froma health.In ; Gloria Crews, room 200, at a recent meeting without husbandry veterinary science In of ties value by one point.
case points will bo
slow-moving automobile that's the daughter of Loule Crews; and formerly consulting: the advisory economics and decision RED TEAM WINSMEMBERSHIP divided. No: caddies .
way our tourists and other visitorssee addition to the punishment im- the boy, Danny Ricks, room committee of the show and making. It also provides the DRIVE golf carts will be permitted or power for
519, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse sale. The highly successful membership -
posed upon the person for violatingthis member an opportunity for personal -
themand what a wonderful Impression any competitors.
Ricks. Reasons given for this action growth and development. drive closed out Sunday
these "beauty; spots" must section, the cost of abating such They want to thank everyone were that a number of 4-H and FFA members In with member-prospective Competitors are not allowedto
make on prospective buyers we are nuisance as shown by the bill of the who has been so kind to remember buyers\ and others interestedin Bradford County; who have already member tournament and big receive advice from fellow
such work endorsed them In send the feed. Because of touch of competitors, parents, or spec-
trying to woo to our fair city.; person doing by prayer, show were complainingthat purchased steers may a
the city; council shall upon the conviction ing gifts, and ohl the many Bradford and Union Counties still ,enter them In the Southeastern hepatitis our good friend and tators. A player will be disqualified -
nice cards they have received. did not provide buyer and fellow board member, "Bring from the 21 Club for
of the person violating this ,Fat Stock Show In Ocala -
If you want to savor these scenesto And they want to still be remembered donor support and that keepIng the Florida Fat Stock Showin Home the Bacon" Roberts withdrawing from play without
the fullest extent, you needn't travel section, be added as a part of the In continuing prayer the number of steers downto Tampa, or the North Florida could not participate. permission from 'the club of-
far. Three of them were photographedIn costs of such cause, and when collected because they know how really a reasonable level is a Fat Stock Show In Madison. Yours truly (the Hook), and ficial.
a single block of the Call Street by the chief of police shall be that prayer Is answered in a problem due to the number of It is Important that entries be his partner, Ed Logsdon Key-

business section, and the other (.a, paid to the city; clerk. mighty way. They still have a youth wishing to participate. made before August I, 197. stone Heights placed first. A first time entry fee of $2
long time to be there-- another This is Just not the case For Information about enter- Ralph Day and Sherrill Tea-
will be
city-owned; parkway) Is within a six weeks-- but Danny may at the present time. At the ing In these shows call que; James Williams and Joe charged all contestantsand
stone's throw of the others If your're Sec. 10-9: Any person violating or come home sooner. last show In March of 1971. County; Agenfs office Starke.your. Vallnskl, tied for second place. a $1 fee thereafter. At the
really Interested. But these are Justa falling to comply with any of the pro- They are really homesick, there were less than 60 steers Danny McKinney and Paul Mulchings close of the schedule tours, the

sampling. Many more, probably even visions of this chapter shall be pun- so, dear people, please keep entered even though the show : Waraey Atkinson and most plAyer points who has( accumulated the four best the

worse looking could easily be obtainedon ished as provided In section 1-8 of the cards and prayers going.If was open to any 4-H or FFA L.K, Shkins tied for third. scores will count only) will be declAred
Bradford Poultry Producershave -
the card sender could Just member In Alachua Bradford Ed Logsdon,our newest member -
this Code. ( fine of not ,
a to
.
the 21 Club
a quick tour of the city.; developed a favorable Image Champion.
see the smile on their faces and Union County; to exhibit one recently aced our No. 2
exceed $500 or Imprisonment for a when they get a card from steer. These steers sold for for their Industry locallyand hole on April 17. Welcome again SCHEDULEJune
Viewing these scenes the spectator period of not to exceed 90 days or someone they know, you would an average price per poundof state-wide. Ed.After .
would hardly think that Starke has by both fine and Imprisonment.) really get a blessing. All the over 60 cents.A This has been achieved by the tournament our
ordinances to nurses really are so good to number of business firms their cooperative efforts of using pro and "everything" Herb 28, Keystone; July 5,
ample prof.ecUtselffromsuch In other words the City has the them. They brag about the young and organizations from Starke the latest sanitation and production Herres presented an informative open; July 12, Williston; July
neglect. But laws covering Just people as good patients. and Bradford County have regularly practices on each poultry Golf Clinic for the membership 19, Starke; July 26, West End;
such Instances are literally running authority; to clean up such propertyand All tne churches around nave contributed to the show farm in the area. and tournament parti Aug. 2, Green Cove Springs;
out of our ears. assess the costs against the property really been nice to visit and and where possible purchased The North Florida Poultry cipants. The clinic was followedby August 9, Palatka; starting
owner If the ordinances were entertain them. They have won- steers at the Sale. Producers Association been a barbecued chicken dinner times, 9 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 6,
For Instance enforced. derful young people there.Pea responsible for much of this with approximately' 175 mem- Ironwood, 11 a.m. Presentationof
: ple opened their homes to the success. Through this Association bers and guests j attending. awards, 5 p.m.
parents of the sick. Mrs Carolyn Last year only six 4-H and growers nave been able Results of the membership Check with Herb if your child
Sec. 10-5: It shall be unlawful for Such conditions as those pictured Brown, formerly of Starke FFA members from Bradford to hear qualified speakers on drive are not final. Vernon is Interested.
any person to deposit garbage or trash here are not only an abomination to and who worked for Dr. Barrya County; entered the show. It was such subjects as fly control Sllcox's Red Team won witha
upon any vacant unoccupied premIses the eye. but they are also definitelya few years ago, is really nice. the responsibility; of each ex- wastes disposal, and other Important total of 18 new members;

or In any waterway, pit or pool health hazard, creating a breeding She washed the girls' gowns hibitor to contact potential buy- Most production techniques.have been Pat Farnsworth's White Team TOURNAMENT: NEWS
producers
within the city.; ." ground for rats mosquitoes, snakes when there. their mothers are not ers for their steers. I'm sure receptive to new ideas that can Hamilton's came in second Blues with ten; Brian third Our Men's President's Cup
that some of the contacts were were Tournament
and other Is to the finals
pests. So continue to pray for these made in the trade area of these solve the major problems. a with seven; and Doc Adam's with Jack Hazen
Sec. 10-6: No person shall permit an young people, that their long exhibitors. This included Ala- grower may have Blood Team brought up the Clyde Terwlllcgar.going against
accumulation of trash or garbage upon, If the owners do not have enough stay will be a nice stay, to be chua County.; The"North Florida Poultry rear with four. Our club championship both
any premises In the city; for e. period pride In their property; to correct long remembered. As for buyers complaining a- Producers Association's Boardof Since the first of the year men and women is now,under
longer than four days. such conditions then the city; should Their address Is:BapUstMe- bout having to buy steers outside Directors will meet at the the club has welcomed 61 new way. Check in the pro shop for
take corrective steps such as are morial Hospital, Montgomery the Gainesville area, there Agriculture Building in Starkeat members and we are really pairings and time match will
Ala. were only approximately five 8:30: p.m. Tuesday, June looking forward to a big year. be completed.
Sec. 10-7: No trash rubbish or other amply provided for In Its code of Sincerely, buyers that bought more than IS, to plan the Association's If you aren't a member yet, Bingo is still going real !
foreign matter shall be thrown upon ordinances.The one steer last ;year. And there Annual Meeting The Annual come out and get a piece of The Jackpot Is to $65.Play
up
the streets or sidewalks of the city; Mrs. A.B. Whitehead, Sr. is certainly no way that a person Meeting I if tentatively scheduled the action every Wednesday night at 8p.m.

at random, but shall be piled adja- Chamber of Commerce givesan or firm would be obliga- for Saturday, July 17. In the club house.
ted to buy a particular steer. Of course, the word is that NORTH CENTRAL FLA.
cent to the sidewalk or curb line award each month to the property Member Parent The Greater Gainesville A- fried chicken will be served TWENTY-ONE CLUB Board(June of Directors meet tonight -

of the street In such a manner as owner (usually a business) making the rea Steer Show was organized at the annual meeting when officers The 21 Club is open to !any 8 o'clock.10)) In the club houseat

not to obstruct gutters. greatest Improvement In its physical by a number of Agriculture for the new year are
}ht
appearance. It would appear that the Jet l l Teachers and County, Agents elected. If you are a poultryman --

Sec. 10-8: It shall be unlawful for time Is ripe for an old fashioned from several Counties cooperating and haven't Joined, you 1W.IPt.
The annual Member-Parent In about 1956. It grew are missing some good Information -
the owner or person occupying or "clean up week" with an award to Banquet of the Future Farmers and developed Into one of the and fellowship. To Join, '
having control of any vacant lot or the property owner who chops the of America will be held at outstanding youth shows in the call President Arthur Casldna ''if.'it' .:

any premises to keep or allow to most weeds or clears out the most 7:30: p.m. tonight (Thursday) State. Some Counties droppedout or Treasurer Francis Meng. ':
remain thereon, any excessive growth rubble. In the high school cafeteria. because of a lack of par- They will be happy to put you J.
Jimmy Alvarez District 4 icipaUon and some were voted on the mailing list. ,1-
FFA president and a candi- .
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date for State President at the r----- ..
forthcoming State Convention, i j
will be the main speaker of | Benefit Will Raise Fund |

the evening. The program will fr1 ,.jh
For Prison DefenseA I
also Include numbers by the Employee
Area 4 Prizewinning Quartette

w comprised of Dale Clemons, bene barbecue will
supper
-' Wayne and Bubba Bennett Gov. Reubin Askew
and suspended -
June at
The Bradford County I ,-. ...:::!0z Jimmy Alvarez. be Union held County Saturday, Sheriff John ten Ralrford employees. Including -

TELEGRAPH :: 415 During the evening awards Whltehead's farm near Lake Assistant Superintendent
'-" 1. will be ,R.V.
I presented to outstand- Butler to raise funds to provide Turner and Cap.
.r'iMBi. ing members of the lain of the Guard Pro Herb
Bradfordand counsel for Curt McKenzie Ho"ol (loft)
legal employees pre..nts >
ESTABLISHED 1879 Starke FFA Chapters."Firsthand following Initial gift c.rtlflcot. to Ed
. lls19nd -I of the Raltord State Prison of the prison disturbanceswhich investigations Uo.don for first place ,In fh. M. ,b.,.Prosp.ctiv., M.m-
who were suspended following b. Coif
my delight In thy took place during the r Tournament last Sunday.
the February disturbances.
." reran. commandments. (Psalms week of February 12.

IJ I FLOP I ESS 119:47). I The Governor assigned State -
; All of us really want the a eG 'T Tickets are being sold at Attorney T. Edward Austin of

, ASS TON establishment of harmony and $5 a couple for the supper Jacksonville to conduct an Investigation J Food Handler To Get X-Rays On June llth
, order. We take a fundamental which will Include country music to determine whether -
: step In thjs' d'rectlon' when we entertainment. Serving will criminal charges should be The Division of Health's free
t. /J review the cornerstone of our start.at 6 pjn. brought against prison employ Mobile X-Ray Unit will be In ir an time x-ray while the unit is here.
s. ... M.\t'1'HZ., iGlbnlhbYer f.lth-the commandment and e. or Inmates. Bradford County, on Friday permits.The usual countywide
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r.? ........ .... n.-.lq. ad INwed r faesai adopt them for present day llvInr. The purpose of the supper June 11, for the primary purpose scheduled; mass for x-ray the survey la
a. stated on the tickets, is "to Last week, the three of examining food summer ft
a. Matter at Ik* hat Oftfe* a< a/astie. PMrt/s As we affirm divine order I Judges handlers 1972 ,
funds to provide counsel of the '
... and affairs, rats Eighth Judicial Circuit and other individuals serving The .
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Art ef mind body unit
Mart Mb MTi.ta 'in our for the correctional employee ordered the will be located at
/Mswfsli.a I frcrfe one. I....*. IMfcin4 AUl1e we allow the fullness of all life, knowledge does who were suspended on May e.urn. to a Duval Investigation County transferred grand- the x-rays public are for required whom annual the Bradford County Health De-'

areas 1 j.af. MaLL all light, and all good will COOK not become secondhandec1 who may be confronted jury for consideration ofpoIII- recommended. or partment from 9 a.m. to ,12

to u. just because It Is used!I" with indlctmente." ble indictments. Other individuals may receive: noon Friday, and, June from 11. 2 to 5 p.m.. on.

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LINDA G. COX For Trailers GAINESVILLE
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BACK HOME AGAIN would not take anything for. I A public hearing on applications geant to be held at Jacksonville -
love your young people and for zoning changr t in three Beach on Saturday Aug. Business Directory
"No new !la good news". U feel safe In their hands as areas will be held at 7:30 pjn. 21. She will be .sponsored by
statement that la not necessarily our leaders of the future. \ I Tuesday, June 29, In the County the Starke-Bradford County

was no Brooker true. Last news week becauseon there the My Bradford decision Middle to transfer School was to. 't Bradford Commission County; courthouse.room of the Chamber AU cities of Commerce.and counties In the .. . . .......

Wednesday night May 26, Indeed a very difficult one to In each Instance, the property IS northeast Florida area,comprising -
received a phone call from make. I will all of
we see your owners are requesting a the Florida Crown, are
my Blster-ln-law In Cas- children there eventually and r.. change to Rl-C, which is a residential Invited to enter contestants In AUTO SALES GARDEN- SUPPLIES
tlewood Va. saying that Tom- they will have me as their 4Gi d/ classification permit the pageant. The age limit Is
my's daddy Guy E. Cox. had friend as they do now. ting mobile hones from 16 to 25. BRASINGTONCADILLAC
passed away. This came as a I think you for two wonderful Johnson& Fans Inc.
la Involved In the
No talent
Talbot McCoy of Itt OLDSMOBILE ,
to with Highway
real shock us as he had years great young people. ,
not been sick. He had a co- Everyday I remember and L (west), Starke,requests reclassification Judging, but contestants; will SALES &: SERVICE:
ronary heart attack and died everyday I cherish. from Rl-B to Rl-C be Judged on beauty only Including SEEDS PLANTS-
figure face hair,poise Fine Selection of U ed CaTaken ,
Immediately. Within few hours PTA ELECTIONNew for one mobile home on his Insecticide Pet 811PtUnFERTILIZERS
With love, and personality. Contestantswill On Cadillac Trade
property in Section 17
and I ; Township
Tommy Virginia. We were are on our thankful way -Percy Stanwlx-Hay officers for the next We have two teachers retiring 6 South Range 22 East. appear) before the JudgesIn 001 N.W. 13th Ph. 878-5301
to school year were elected at ; Mr. Ferguson (principal) street attire, swim suits
that Mr. Cox did not have ID and Mrs. Mattle Ellis teacher). We Rent Fertilizer Spreader
the final meeting of the 1970- ( James W. Robinson and H. and evening gowns.BnBBBBBHMBBBBBBBfBB.
suffer, but we believe, a few 71 school term Tuesday night, President Gary Rakes presented E. Wolf In behalf of owners i Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA ., U\ N.W. lib Ph. S7S-M78
seconds. Also that the Lord May 25.The to each of them a gift of of Santa Fe Shores, request I IreclasslflcaUon
stood by us through our trip newly elected officers nooreclatlon from the PTA Mrs from RI-B to r
and during this time of grief. are from left)} President, 1114 received beautiful silver Rl-C on the Santa Fe Shores FLORIDATHEATRE GLASS
Mother, Mrs. Inez Green, kept George Smith; Vice President, serving dish, and Mr. Ferguson Subdivision. 4 wheel drive and oars
the children for us. She and David Fussell; Treasurer a valet. Sale, Part. Service
Cherle and the children went Jeanne Thomas and Secretary, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Clean Used Toyotas LIDDELL
with Mr. and Mrs. Mell Vic- Betty; Hayes. Then Mrs.Stanwlx-Hay' sSth Adams, of Bedford Lake, request -
kery and son, David of Gaines- and 6th graders put on a delightful reclasslflcaUon from Rl- 1700 N. Main 376-12BO
Two Halloween
ville to a Hinton Family Re- Carnival play called,"The Would A to RI-C on the S 1/2 of NE- I Glass Company
Committee
union down at Vero Beach.This chairmen were cho- Be Swingers." All of her 35 1/4 and the N 1/2 of SE 1/4 Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Beauty Academy
was on Sat. and Sunday,May 29- sen at this meeting. Mrs. John students participated in this of Sec. 12, Township 8 South, 1:00 "OUm. For Every Purpose"
39. They visited with Mr. and the Rlggs was Court appointed Committee to head play. The students did this to Range 22 East a parcel containing Sunday 3:00: Saturday POWELL'S Store Pronto-Mirror*
Royal
Mrs. Tom Steele. Anyway, we Mr. Ferguson Is retiring after with Mrs. Tommy Cox raise money for the Lucille 51 acres, more or less, Fri., Sat., Sun. Tub EnclOllUl'e'8hower..
(Tommy and I) got back on 28 years In the teaching and as cochairman Lovell kidney fund. The collection as recorded In Deed Book 69, Beauty AcademyLearu Furniture Tope Glass Replaced
Mrs. Leonard
Tuesday, June 1. What a happj: profession Brooker has been ; for this fund was $22.- page 286, public records of June 11,12,13
little Cox family to be back fortunate to have him as prin- Booth was named ticket chair 02, raising her fund$19,944.- Bradford County.; a ProteMslon In Your
together again. So Brooker Is cipal for six years. Four of man. 82. Amount needed $35,000.. All Interested parties will be Double Feature Proerarr Spore Time. Pull or Part Time NEW LOCATION
but brief these Dewey McKinney, our new heard at the onJune29 219 NW 10th 378-2768
everything this week. years, he taught 7th and Incidentally Mrs.Lovell had her hearing ,
8th graders and was principal. principal for next term was Introduced operation and is reported doing 1228 So. Main Gainesville
AN OPEN LETTERWe These last two he was principal by the retiring principal fine. Also her donor her slater ELECTRIC MOTORS 379-8191; 1102IEN'S
McKinney Douglas lie has been offered
V.R. Ferguson Mr. -
only. Joyce Barton, from Keystone -
have been fortunate to Before coming to Brooker. is looking forward to is doing fine too. a Track Scholarship to the University ELECTRIC
being principal at Brooker ; of North Carolina at
have Mrs. Peggy he taught Vocational AgrIcul-
Stanwlx-Hay Chapel 11111. He also the Motor Co.Of !\ WEAR
starting this fall. won Repair .
as a teacher In Brooker for ture for 11 years then Math The 5th and 6th graders would
"Most Valuable awardin
two years. She and the chil- and Science for 11 years In Mrs. Peggy StanwixHay'sclass like to thank the mothers who player Gainesville, Inc
Iren have a wonderful relationship Starke. Here is what Mr. Fer- won the room count witha donated for their play. track. Johnny Is a Seniorat
scenery

and this Is how she guson has to say about his total of 38 parents attending. These were: Mrs. Dolly Ilar- B.H.S. and the son of Ma- Repairing Rewinding STAG 'N DRAG
feels about Brooker six years at Brooker: "I have Her class had the highest per- rell, Mrs. Ethel Bass, Mrs. yor and Mrs. F, Lowell Dou- New and Used
enjoyed It. There are lots of centage of parents for the entire Cora Lee Stalnaker, and Mrs. glas.Welcome t L1IIRtwy'JULESVERNE'S Griffon Salt
2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 372518
Dear Brooker: wonderful people In Brooker. term which means it won Muriel Starling. to our community; : Arrow Shlrtv-Florahclm ghee
Most $5 extra. At the end of each Sgt. and Mrs Pat Castlen and .
have been tolerant some Our grand turn-out for this MOVERS Formal Rental
What can I say about a community mistakes I've made, and I ap- term the PTA gives each room meeting was approximately 150 daughter, Patricia Ann. They Ladle Sportswear
have moved from Ben- '
Fort.
$10. For Mrs. StanwlxHay's5th
which two
years ago
If
preciate this. contlnlng in people. Refreshments of punch
opened its arms and its heart the profession, I had rather and 6th graders, this meanta and cake were enjoyed by alL nlng, Ga. Sgt. Castlen will be e Long Distance Moving t STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand
to a first year teacher. You work at Brooker than any- total of$15. Congratulations! on his way to Germany soon. Storage Packing GAINESVILLE MALL
criticized Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes;
have not or abused. "
where I know. Tony and Charlie Castlen Sgt. Cs1avnysItNCPLUS e Crating Shipping
You have empathized and un- ;
derstood.You He also added, "Children get Joys playing pool at home hunt born May 31, 197L and Mrs.PatCastlen and daughter : Free Estimates CaU
welcomed me and more education from a community ing and fishing. He Is looking We appreciate all Mr. Fer Patricia also C.L. Atkinson MUSKBALDWIN
you Students forward to assisting his wife, efforts to educate our
school. lose guson's
have stood by For all of and Valerie Bristol wentto
me.
with the (no-
tlielr. identity in nursery children. He has worked and
bigger Edit
Vanguard High School .
this I give thanks. at
my ). Mr. Ferguson is by no
senools. played with them and has remained Silver
I have taught your children means ready to retire to the their friend. He has Lewis'Springs to attend Reeda ...-...........-,.." ..---
and likewise they have givenme Mr. rocking chair only to rock his graduation. Reeda is
Ferguson will have
more tried. I believe> to do whateverhe the PIANOS- ORGANS
daughter of Mr. and
an education. Something I tune for first grandchild Julie Ann Mrs.
his ,
hobbles. He en- thought was best for our Reed Lewis. After graduation, tOtCI OIl TM AKTUTf
Van
children and for all of this Service Inc.
the groan an loved a rmrtv riven ,
he deserves both our praise at the home of Mr. and Mrs. It's a switched-on 4iPIIaM MUSICu
We demonstrate our and our appreciation.Mrs. Reed Lewis honoring their laugh riot! 3540 N.E. WiMo: Rd. G'vllle37t471

daughter, Reeda, also Tony
Castlen and Valerie Bristol.
Tony and Valerie will be Q'vllle Shopptn Ctrl TO41S
mower on lawn. graduating from B.H.S. Mon AUTO SALES SERVICE I
your day night. Did you know Tropical Pontiac I
that this lovely couple Is engaged Farm and Industrial)
We're so sure you'll like our Snapper -A completely enclosed transmission.. A ? Isn't that wonderful! Inc. Equipment

Comet riding mower that we'll bring it host of fine features no other mowers C.L. Atkinson and brother
have. It'll take to 45% in Casey, went to visit their sister OP C
out and show you its stuff orv.your awn e.yen grades up '.4
Mrs Herd in Tho-
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lawn. Free. Because the Comet is its own total comfort and safety.'Snapper'Comet! rnasvlll .' Gal Ruby; over the weekend \. Santa Fe Tractor,

salesman. It has powerful 5 to7 HP ," You really should see it. Mattie Ellis is retiring' Mrs. Herb Is recover- WALT DISNEY__

engines, with or without electric Give us a call and you can. Free. titer 32 years in the teaching ing nicely after a gallbladder _c. Factory Authorized FORDFarm
starters All-steel construction. profession- of those have operatol1o iI'tRItoES
Mr. and Mrs. Mell Vickery Pontiac Tractors &: Implement!
Y In the Brooker
fKAPPBl been spent<<
5 forward speeds plus reverse. $
.
of Galnesllle were visiting Mr.
school. Surely she has helpedto :lab a s-P ort.-Servi c. USED EQUIPMENT
McDonough Power Equipment educate many a student this and Mrs. Ernest Edwards and
I Company Inc A subsidiary of length of time and Is certainly family Mrs. Inez Green and ".... [!J 2101 N. MainCain..vtll. SALES PART SERVICE:
Fuqu8lndustroes. girls and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy KURT CESAR JOE
.. worthy of our praise and ap- ., Fla.
,;;f prclatlon. She says, "I have Cox and children last Sunday RUSSELL ROMERO-FLYNN H88 N. W. 6th 376-2548

enjoyed teaching at Brooker.The afternoon. TCCHHICOIOH +,....._....,_, 372.2583 GAINESVILLE, FLA. I
Children and parents of Our heart-felt sympathy goes
Brooker are wonderful to work to the family of Mrs.Nora Sapp,
f with and very co-operative." during their recent loss.
r Sho Is looking forward to havIng Remember Kathy Williams
more time for church work, and Jerome Kelley's wedding
IAI house keeping and yard work. will be Saturday night June
+ r She is a very active! person. 12, at 8:30 p.m. in Sardls Baptist SAVINGS
She will have more travelingtime Church Worthlngtoi
and more time to fish. Springs All friends and re
Congratulations! to Johnny latives are Invited to attend

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: CONGRATULATIONS By Mr*. Karen Suptky ,,l' "',,;_' t Community


The General Apprenticeship day was spent taking in the Hampton Baptist Church will : ,-

Association sponsored a ***- Florida sights. Debbie and Karen be held this summer.: The f

guet Friday. ..... *> Lit left Sunday to return to planned church has not yet begun rauthorities
Taldns place at tte Gulf ttte University.; to be built because of crops NewsBy
Tower In ,Jeer onvllle. 111I Church: Activities: which are nor yet ready; to be AwyE MILK, PLEASE
banquet was'heV3' to Donor thean4atji Rev Melvin J. Hameln harvested... ; When you say "Milk please",
of tile AalOClaUoa In Hampton Baptist The proposed church wW be what are you asking for?
their Used 18 persons Sunday afternoon erected on a 14-acre site just One might look on milk as Elizabeth Given; Walker
respective tr4M. June 0. Mr. and Mrs. outside of town on State Road an opaque white, yellowish, or agree that it Is advisable -
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J.W. Home permitted use of 18. Aa educational plant; one bluish llojild. Or If you took to blanch vegetables before ""'" -.00. .. ,; ;;';"
aghy Ham9tOI. their summer home on Mid- of the buildings eo dpoad with .. the time to examine it more freezing for the following PARTY
lake to the for them under a microscope reasons.L Citizens News BIRTHDAY
attended the dinner. Mr. Mc- group central heat and air conditionIng closely Senior
Drown and Mrs.
Mrs. Barbara
Journeyman to dry off and chamra clothes. will be 100 feet long. This would see a transparent fluid To check the action of The Senior Citizens met
Cooaghy was l honored Apprentice a Those receiving believer's will, serve as a children's ......-.. ,. ,- .-. ... containing a number of fat molecules enzymes that producea Thursday, June 3, 1 p.m. at Clare DeSue surprised Mrs.A-
Carpenter baptism in alphabetical, order. suspended with sugar ) deterioration of the refha Austin with a birthday
church while an auditorium In product RJE auditorium' > with Mr. Ker-
durlnr the exercise.PERSONALS: are as follows: the main building, with a seating and water. Although milk has b) toughness, c) off flavors rigan Chairman of the Area party; at the Brown's home on
Jerry Chltty; lie dna Chltty; capacity; of 300. will be for Two Rattler Killed been most highly regarded since d) loss of vitamins A, Senior Citizen Club, and his Larry Street May 29. Many
wnl1aJ Postmasterof Janice Hanklns Alma Hlnson, the adult co,_regatkxt.Theprl- In Garden Patch the earliest of times we almost B I, B 2, and C during stor- wife, Mrs. Dorothy Kerrigan guests were present. The honoree -
Mary l. Joan Hlnson Umdse Hogan, take It for granted today. received many; gifts.
attended a Post mary need for the new and mucn age. present. Mrs. Kerrigan gave
Hampton meededeeeday. Bonnie Jones, Odessa McConaghy. larger facilities is to accommodate So let's take time during June 2. To sterilize the vegetable the meaning of the Senior
master's These two rattlesnakes
Roy Morgan Joe Oliver one Dairy Month to say"thank you"to thereby reducing the numberof Citizens Club. It described CHURCH ACTIVITIES
Office ever-growing number was
Poet the
June 2, at the Main measuring 5 ft., 1 In., and the
and think of Ebenezer "Baptist Church
Vera Oliver Alethla Redding. members. the cow to some bacteria present. (Any bacteria as an organization for ,
In Jacksonville. Saunders. Craig of new other, 5 ft., 4-1/2 Inc., were and Interesting to the Rev. Leroy Davis Pastor. Each
Underwood taken tot Genevere new ways on vegetable when the aged to meet and gain Information -
Bill was Hospital Starling Sidney Pearl Taylor killed by A.J. Faulkner recently use milk In our menus. frozen will grow again during about current news Monday night Bible Class.Each
s Bradford County; after hav- Ethel Tldwell Ruth Underwood. FarmersDiary In a weedy seclon of DickHlnson's Are you looking for an Inexpensive the thawing period.) and participate In actlvttl..Includlng Thursday night Prayer Meet-
morning
Wednesday seizure. He Is presently Sharon Williams. garden of Highway 18 whipped cream? Instant 3. To generally enhance the songs games,and other Ing. Bible School will start
ing a heart between Hampton and There.-
In good con Hampton Baptist Church now non-fat dried milk may keeping qualities of the pro- programs for the betterment Taut the third Sunday.
reported has a 66 Pll'lllefI8erbuaand8O sa. be your answer. Directions for duct. of the citizens. lowing Monday night Revival -
dition. Bessie Halek entered to four nearby communities: The Faulkner's dog was bitten whipping are almost always As you can see, blanching Is Prizes wore awarded to the will start. All membersand
Mrs of the snakes and
Shanda' Medical Center InGa1nelYtu. Earlton. Orange Heights, Waldo by one dead found on the package. Just remember an Important step In freezing. winners of the various games friends are Invited to cooperate -
the
found next
Thursday June 3. and Graham picking up congregation was morn to use a glass bowl Leaving it out or doing It carelessly which were enjoyed by all members with these activities
The
following night Mr.
members who are ing. that Is deep and to keep bowl greatly Increases the Refreshmentswere
She has been 111 for some time Sam McGarvey said he awoke present.
Faulkner before
admitted to have an without transportation. Anyone By and beaters cold. Those who chances of having a poor pro- served. Greater Bethlehem Free Will
and was and treatment. wishing to attend Sunday School daylight and clearly saw In are calorie-counting and those duct when it Is removed from The next meeting will be held Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper I
mind where the
operation his snake
Hicks, daughter Mr. and Morning Worship at Hampton In a recent column, we jok- was who are penny-counting will be the freezer. June 17 1 p.m. You are Invited. Williams pastor Each Monday
Debbie the Later
that bit In the
and Mrs. Charles Hicks was Baptist but are unable, ingly referred to reports ont he started dog. the pleased with the results. Research on this problem has The Neighborhood Service night. Senior Choir rehearsal. i
home for several days this may call this phone number e size of hall stones, and It morning mowing Evaporated milk Is often been extensive and has been Center Is sponsoring a summer Tuesday night, choir No. 3 and
with and
has been attending 4681666. area a riding mower overlooked but Is quite handy conducted over a period of 30 enrichment program this summer Ushers Board No. 3 will meet.
week.school She Bob Jones University Vacation Bible School will soon turned up one of the to have on the shelf. It can years. It Is not a hit and miss for chldren: ages five Wednesday night Prayer MeetIng -
at snakes which he killed with
In Greenville S.C. begin June 21 and will also Coun-; be whipped also. When usedIn affair. The Cooperative Agri- through 15, who can come to Thursday night the LadIes -
his
; schoolmate be serviced by the bus ser shot from pistol. baked goods It aids In brown- culture Extension Service recommends the center for supervised re- Circle will meet at Sis
Debbie
brought a Jones who drives "Something told me to keep Ing and It has the added advantage and ter Sarah Prince's. Saturdaythe
Karen Class, whose home Is vice. Brenda Oregan Ohio which Is located blanching per- creation story reading,
little further than
In Tulsa Okla. to spend the for the Bradford County School near Toledo: I mowing a do Mr. Faulkner on In that It does not sonally I do to. Why go to all classes of choice: sewing, basic I Can Circle will sell dinners .
with her.Mr. System will be driver during usually need scalding when used In the touble and run a risk! crocheting, handcraft, etc. In the kitchen. Sunday Is
vacation said, "and a few minutes later -
and Mrs. Otto Hicks, Bible School. see yeast breads. Hours from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.A Education Day. Sunday School
the second snake flushed
grandparents of Debbie, took Tuesday evenings teen members "In a recent Issue you stated out." That was also was dispatched Cooking milk in any recipecan HERE'S HOW TO balanced sack lunch, plus at 9:30: ; Morning service at
Karen and Debbie to Silver are bussed to nearby areas were amused reports be a disappointment If you FREEZE: SNAP BEANS juice, crackers and milk. Our 11. Sister Annie Mae Williams I
you shots from Mr. Faulkner'spistol.
Springs Thursday. The entire to speak with families In their of hall stones as big as nuts, by forget the simple fact that milk ((1)) Harvest beans when they theme Is to keep children bu.yand will rive the morning message I
homes. Young persons wanting golf balls, etc. I must take burns quite easily. Stir milk are at best stage of maturity; off the streets. Busy child- to the graduates. Dinner will
to Join may call the aforemen- Issue with you It's not amusing and heat over a low flame for eating fresh. They shouldbe ren are tile most loviest andhappl.st. be served at 12:30.:
or In a double boiler to avoid and tender The graduates will be honored
tioned phone number. at all! young yet crisp
$68 to $88 "Come to northwestern this. Just a little butter or enough to snap when broken. with a luncheon at the !

Per Month Mr. and Mrs. Mike B. Dunn Ohio during up a typical; summer and that it is a relief to drive oil will keep the scum away ((2)) Wash thoroughly, then cut DELL CHAPTEROES Holiday Inn. League at 4 p.m.
of Eatonton Co., and Mrs.EvaC. thunder bumper. We have had around without feeling like apiece from the top of milk while heat- the bean pods Into 1 or 2 Inch The Home Mission will have
Fulmer of Columbia, S.C. hall as large as marbles on of mullet In a hot pot.Incidentally Ing. Diluting with water will pieces. Dell Chapter 168 will hold charge of service at 6 p.m.
NO DOWN have been visiting Mr.and Mrs. summer days. The have the same effect. ((3)) Put beans in a blanch- its regular meeting Thursday Sister Sarah Prince, president -
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Malcolm J. Dunn and family. hall many bounces many In the and eee Perhaps more Important than ing basket; lower basket Into night, June' 17, at 8 p.m. in The speaker will be Mrs.
grass
Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Frye, on sidewalks with great force. any suggestion Is Just to get boiling water and cover. Heat the Masonic Hall on Brownlee Mary McCloud. Visitors always i
PAYMENTON of Orlando also visited the Indeed It does much damage. when visiting the milk habit. Serve It Icy for 3 minutes. Keep heat high Street. All members are askedto welcome.
Dunns on Sunday. 'Many fields of Sam's folks up In Jacksonville cold when everyone Is thirstyand ; under the water. please be present and on
( YOUR LOT) beans and tomatoes have ,been soy recently we went by the new you will find It satisfies ((4) Plunge basket of heated time. Greater Allen Chapel AME I
NEW ARRIVAL stripped> and ruIned.corn Farmers bridge over the St. Johns RIver These recipes using milk are beans Into cold water to stop The officers for 1971-72 were Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins, D.
3 & 4 Bedroom Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm J. who Brow tomatoes almost always and It was quite an exper- found to please the palate: the cooking.: It takes about as Installed Saturday In a cere- D. pastor. Sunday School, 10 I
Dunn of Hampton Lake, announce have ience. We went up 301 to the long to cool vegetables as to mony at Palatka. All officers a.m. Morning Service at 11:
iVi and 2 Baths the birth of a daugh- to have hall In- cutoff road to Mlddleburg then FRESH PEACH FROSTED heat them. When beans are are looking forward to a very with the Junior Church In I

ter, Kristen Michelle, on May surance."Our travel trailer was up SR-21 to 1-295 and over the 2 cups fresh peaches, 1/2 cool remove them from water successful yearlS0eaeee I charge. Evening Service 6
Moderate Income Is no 21, at the I'Mverslty; of Florida victim. The top was dented In a bridge to 1-95. It's a good cup sugar, 2 cups milk, 1 cup and drain. pjn.
longer a problem if you Medic Center. Grandparents pretty bad. Sam, when route, except that there Is a Ice cream. ((5) Pack the beans Into bagsor .
; we geta -
less than $130.00a arc Mrs. Heyward L. lot of traffic on 21 and heavy Wash peaches and remove other containers -aaaeaeI I
earn weather alert that 'Rain
Fulmer of Columbia, S.C., and says, traffic on a two-laned road Is pits C'save peel on If you like). G.E.D. EXAMINATION '
week qualifyfor high wide posslbley severedamaging (6) Leave 1/2 Inch head
may
you space
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Mr. and Mrs. Mike B. not our Idea of fun. Blender chop peaches; add sugar -
this program. Eatonton Ca. Mrs. I.C. Jen- hall' we move In a and milk and mix well. and seal by twisting and foldIng :

Idna of Eatonton Is the pater- hurryllt ee. Add Ice cream and blender back top of bag with a WILL BE ADMINISTERED
Is in string. Freeze beans at
Call: 964-8337 nal greatgrandmother.The AU equipment put mix until all Ingredients are once.
couple has another daughter sheds,. barns, garages and believe In checking. out the records, well combined Serve immed- Store at 0 degrees F or be-
Laura Lee 2. m.. we pray a lot. These low.See The Week Of :
CROWN age crops ruined hurt everybody. on the old courthouse minutes by means of iately. how: easy? And, most : During
hand-written
of the
Hope four summer weather Is BUTTERMILK PIE vegetables can be done In a

BUILDERS! NEW BAPTISTCnURCH nice and rain plentiful and no the Bradford County; Commission One cup sugar 3 tablespoonsflour similar manner with slight va- 14 Thru June 18 1971
PLANNEDThe hall -- believe me, we know In 1902, we learned to 2 teaspoons vanilla, 1 riations. Tune ,
what hall If you are In need of a bul-
groundbreaking ceremony our amazement that the original teaspoon lemon extract, 2 eggs,
; for the forthcoming let"e.. building cost only $12,500. That 1/4 cup melted butter, 1 cup letin on Canning or Freezingor
fact backs up the saying that thick buttermilk I unbaked time schedule for processIng -
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pastry be sure to contact this j LAST DAY TO REGISTER
"back In the old days, you shell, chilled. :
By way of explanation we got for office.
more a dollar. Combine sugar and flour.Beat
certainly did not mean to make I WILL BE JUNE 2 1971
FEDDEI RS eggs; mix well. Fold hi flavoring ,
pre-season I light of the damage that hall into chilled ,
; pour pastry -
can do, as we have often seen shell. Preheat oven and My Neighbors

S corn and tobacco, as well as This year there are two bake 425 degrees for 10 min N rr._ : The GED I'/ill/ Be Given at The Following Tines: : :
ercial many other crops Beverly damaged Fourth of July celebrations utes. Reduce temperature to '

by It. We were only referring planned- one In Keystone 350 degrees and bake 35 minutes ; i, Monday thru Ihurtday 1:00: to 3:00: P.M.
to reports of hailstones July 3, and if I
Saturday,
Heights on longer. Do not ,
open oven 3:00 to 6:00 P.M. and
ballsor f, ,. :: "" : : 7:00: to 10 P.M.Friday. .
as big as golf another here at the Bradford while baking. i oranges and not by any fairgrounds on Monday July 5. ( : t .t: .. '
; 8:00
A.M. 5:00 P.M.
means minimizing the damage So Dav will be observed .l : to : :
Independence CREAMY CHEESECAKEThree I ,
that hall storms cause. around this section witha cups cottage cheese F r;... (" :Nt if I
f
eec lot of fireworks In honor of (drained), 5 eggs slightly beaten m" f r; To Be AdmlnlsUrsd At Bradford-Union Area ,

that great day. 1/4 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon -

\ Spe! When we lived close to the '!J. . . . vanilla flavoring, 1/4 I teaspoon almond ;1 i t Vocational Technical Center ,

highway we often worried a- SERVICEMENAirman 3/4 cup sifted flour, ,cup 1-1/2 sugar cups .... _...!_ t FEE FOR GED BATTERY IS $8.50 OR $2 ,

bout some vehicle getting out milk. "You can relax now dear FOR EACH TEST

of control Jumping the ditch pt' Press cottage. cheese through -I the Iv camera! halt swung %e_ a a e a sr a a a a ewe J
and striking our house. About let Class James F. sieve (or blend with 1 cup of elsewhere."

two weeks ago It happened- Mott.. of Brooker, and Ms associates the milk In blender until
a camper trailer Jumped the'ditch at Eglin Air Force smooth). Add eggs, salt, vanilla e
0 0 and knocked down a tele- Base have been recognized! by and almond flavoring to \'LThe-TVEF ;; ';

III phone pole right where our the Secretary of the Air Forceas cheese; blend thoroughly.Com Gay '
@ house stood. As result our members of the Air Force bine sugar and flour; slowly I II
(IDJ 0 1. 0 phone service was disruptedfor Systems Command eurrentlyob.ervlng blend Into cheese mixture. Add
a day or so and that can bea Its 10th anniversary. milk. Pour Into buttered 9"

long time when you live out The son of Mr. and Mrs. square pan. Set dish In pan of : Bring It Back Alive I II
24,000 IITV'. In the as do. And
country we
."-.. ---- iaOOO btu's weren't we glad that we butt James Airman F.Mott Mott Is serving of Brooker with water.1 hour Bake or at until 350 knife degreesfor Inserted I .............*.ei

home back 200 feet

Discount Prices Plus Serviceit our from new that busy old 3011 support Armament operations Development of the AFSC and and center halfway comes between out clean side In All Its Color! I

C. Test Center which directs the (Surface may be pale). Cool. I Splendid
PBDOIRS World' Large. Selling Air Conditioner. Air Force non-nuclear munl- Cut In squares and serve with :

WeDoOurOWinklcr In case you haven't noticedIt dons program. He is a 1968 fresh strawberries and whipped :
ten Financing yet summertime Is here graduate of Bradford High cream.

and the temperature is boiling School.
E lectric Inc. around In the 90's late In the GARDEN TIME

n......T..d.. A.. p _.,.;:,... afternoon again. And Sam can This Is one of the nicest We Don't Just Wave Our Magic t
report that the air conditioner seasons of the year when the t
I In his new car Is working fine Lance Corporal Willie N. gardens are coming in. Wand Over Your TV And It's
Houston son of Mr. and Mrs. I can tell because the calls I1-.34
Gunell Houston of Lawtey, par- for bullentins on Canning and t Fixed. It Takes More Than That, t

ticipated In recent ceremonies Freezing are really In quan- But Our Expert Factory Trained TV
honoring the return of the tiny; Some of the questions we
let Marine Division from South- get are real good subjects foi Specialists Can Fix Your AilingSet. t

BAKER ELECTRIC east Asia to Camp Pendleton news articles so Just to get t Set.
I Call
!. us off on the right foot one
During the ceremony Pres question we get over and over
i ident Nixon presented a Presidential each year Is ,
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CLASSLinda ROSTERRichard t Emma Jean Hampton Donna Teresa Leach

Leol Hampton Clara Yvonne Lee
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Edward Leon Hankerson Curtis Gerald Leen

I Roger Dale Akers Donald Eugene Champioi !
I 1 Robert Lewis Hankersc) Marilyn Ann Lee

Jimmy Harold Alvarez Robert Wayne thesser
Y Micheal Learoy Hanks Micheal Wayne Lee
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Carol Ann Hardy Eddie Joseph Lewis
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Richard Junior Austin Cynthia Elizabeth Cleti a
June Ellen '*ardy Jane Ann Locker

Aretha Aycox Marion Gene Combs
Carl Eugene Harris Janice Lynn Lott

Jill Barbara Baille Michael Lee Conner
Clara Kathleen Hazen Janet Louise McCollum

Danny Royce Bass Donna Faye Crawford
JoAnn Dass Rebecca McMillan!! Kelly Richards Shelia Kathleen Henle)y Joseph Rnadall McGee

Mary Ann Bass Francis dark Crawford valedictorian salutatorian
Deborah Annette Henry Carole Ann McKinney

Martha Ann Batten Patricia Ann Crawford ...._...... ... ...._
>' .4. "_v......,... ._..'"'......... .'1.. '."" .. .,tv"., Jerry Lowell Hollifie]Ld Rebecca G. McMillan
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Eugene Gloria .
Kathleen Crews ;
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Nancy Ann BenchowskyVan '.A'iIik'
Sim Oliver Crum ( ". 1
.::1 ....... '. Robbie Lee Hines David. Russell McRae
Wayne Bennett Lulu Mae Cuff ie ,.. ,' ,
;7'' Ronald Leslie Hinson Micheal Louis! MacyJohn
Grady Brian Bishop ." \
Jerry Lorenze Cummings
..-. .. Barbara Jean Hudson
i", ."" Henry Manning
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Lynda Ellen Bloedworth 1 .
Anthony Edward Castlen ",
"M1i Danny Lamar Jackson Damon Leon Manning

Lynn Wesley Boch iT- ', ..., i
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Raymond Sherman Daniel '...;., ..,.JIIIf' '/' "" Jerry Billy Jarvis Vera Jean Harks
Helen Bolton
Mary ..Iii
Carol Ann Darley 11111111 Charles Dean Johns

Terry Michael Branson Linda Joyce Mathis
Eddie Lorenzo Davis Robert Dale Johns
Owendloyn Bright -- Charlene Faye Melvin

Pamela nail Davis Gloria Crew Linda Haas Roxie Rodrigue Stephen Lewis Johns
Valerie Anne Bristol David Francis Meng
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Linda Kaye Dees - -- - -- - -- - - - -- - - -- - -- - -
Shirley F. Johnson
Lawrence Douglas Browr i Martin Lee ;Meng

Ethel Frances Devoe Susan Gayle Dyal Jacqueline Oasklni Legertha Griffin Raymond Nathan Oriffis
John Mitchell Brown Debra Jean Jones Robert West Milner Jr.
-- ""SiifdF lean Donaldson Peggy Lucile Edwards Fawn Denise Gassett Phyllis Gail Griffin Sheriden Ann Griffis
Randall Emory Brown David Howell Jordan Inez Elizabet'i Mixon

Patsey LaRosa Donley Robert Moore Edwards Nancy: Marie Day Arthur Dale Griffis
Donna Marie Bryan Doris Rebecca Groves Edward Joseph Knight Horace O'Neal Mood)

Deborah Ruth DouglasJohn Albert Timothy ailand Patricia Ann Goodman Brenda Joy Griffis
Olive Ann Buby Joseph L. C. Gunter Bernice Sharon Lambas Mary Starling Mote

Michael Douglas Debra Ann Faulkner Mildred Aileen Green James Allen Griffis
Toya Ann Carter Linda Elenhor Haas Anita Gayle Leach Cynthia Ann Moxley

Nancy Rae Dowling Curtis Bernard Flowers Lynn Alison Greene '-- -----------------------------

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II I I JACKSON you, class of 1971
; You deserve a bright future. .
BUILDING
congratulations... and perhaps
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some tomorrow we may help you


!, choose your furniture for your new home. PEDDLER'S

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Robert S. ;ilullina, ..I". David Stanley Sellers
'i HONOR From The Colonel

Timothy t Mark :Iturphe/ Carolyn Mary Sheering ;,

'rady Douglas Nettles Patty J. Sheffield I GRADUATES

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Buelah Marie Smith

Cheryl Elaine !Norman 1 I
Dewey len: Smith N r
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Gary James :"lor-nan:
Ralph Thomas Smith "

Linda Marie;1 Morris l
Wardell A usta Smith -=--' --
Beth Mixon Pam Davis
Larry Sanford: Norton I
Dorothy Jean Spearmon
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Donald Paul Spencer
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Hyrtica Elissa Padtt Gwendolyn Ann Starli,,
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Robert 3.Pater3on, III Carol Rodflish Stephen:!I Class Of 1971

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Ronny Ftussel Patrick Jimmie Neal Stricklanc ,

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Thomas 'llchael Patrick Edward Herman Strong f COLONEL SANDERS' RECIPE

Rudolph jerkins James Charles Strong .oh X11 Kentucky., fried CkiektJI.

Pamela Joyc- Perry Nancy Lynn Stafford
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Johnnie Powell Anne Terwt.llegarJerry Phone 964-5126
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James Walter Prevatt Tim Murphey Edward Knight Shirley Johnson Robin Mullins --- ..
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Ronald Even-. Ftaulersoi
Lou Ann Thomas

Marshman C' !'.e dish VV !V
Nancy Marie Thomas + a+ ar' GIaSSofL.:

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Emma Jean Reid Marion Dean
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Linda Reynolds Ernest E.Triest, Jr.

Kelly Marie Richards Patricia Ann Turner ) ,,
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Pamela Ann Ricks Robert Brantley Turnsi Ast ': i I

Teresa Gail Roberts Pamela Sue Tye 1

Roxie Ann Rodrigue Ray TysonDarlene -:1'
Lou Ann Thomas Randy Brown June Hardy Tony Castlen ', -
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WERE SERVING UP A TRAY

Bruce Jackson Scott loybn Joy V'arren Sandra Elizabeth Williams OF CONGRATULATIONS
Patti Elaine Whitehead BEST WISHESfor ... ,

Joy Lynn Sapp Stanley Robert Wheeler Katherine R. Williams Denise Suzanne Winkler FOR EACH OF YOU.TasteeFreez .

Catherine Sellers Iregory Ray Whitaker Jerome WilliamsLeory Raymond Wayne: Woodham a future 'Drive InTO

filled with achievement and happiness.
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Jerry Woods
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19'71 STANDING
THE CLASS OP 1971 -OURCONGRATULATIONS
HEAD AND SHOULDERS ABOVE
AND BEST
THE CROWD-. BEST WISHES.
Congratulations on WISHES ON THIS OCCASION.

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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENTI LAST WILL AND TESTAMENTTo

BHS Class Of 1971
Sandra Jean Donaldson, Linda one blue cheese dip so 1_ Miss Rosenberg's aide
being of sound mind and body that she can get sick again 2nd period. Good luck to Robin the Golf team I leave the mar, and my cousin, Mike I King brush so he will be able to
hereby leave Bradford High to To Donna Melvin, I leave a Corbett In her senior year CLASS OFFICERS hopes of a winning season To To Kathy Faulkner, Dona ChrIs- takert 3 with Mrs. llaney.
all legal Juniors "C" Building free certificate for a physical. ,as Miss Rosenberg's aide. To Coach Henderson, I leave a record topher, and ,Joe Scanlan, I leave \nd to Sharon Crews, I leavea
to be either burned down or I also leave Donna one St. Ber- Sharon Crews, I leave memor-' of "Give me that thing"in the debate team, with hopes box of library passes and
blown up nard to get her through the les o f our growing up years President Nancy Dowling hopes that his dream will that Keystone will not show excused absences for all the
football games. To Janes and memories of the fun we V-Pres. Brant Turner come true. To Kathy Faulkner, up next year and to anyone who times she will need them For I
I, Stephen L. Johns being of Jones, I leave one free lubricating had as dear ole cousins. To Sec. I would like to give her and desires it, I leave my unequaled Barbara Vallnski I leave a roll
sound mind and dehydrated Job for her jaws as to Sherry Solze. Eddie Gardner, Wayne Bennett her family a special thanks for attendance record. of wide tape. Ihls Is to be
body, leave ole B.H.S. with the keep them In working condition Jimmy Brown, and Ewell Craft. Treas. Kelly Richards letting me shoot quail on their I, Michael Wayne 1 Lee, being used when she has trouble
hopes of It being torn down. To Jimmy Outlaw I leave I leave all the Jokes, True land. To tile coaching staff, of uncertain mind and some- keeping her mouth closed. I
To Mr. Clerlcuzlo I leave the hm sole position as tenor In Love & Modern Romance maga- I leave the memories of a what more uncertain body, do will put my pen away andleave.
hopes that maybe one day he the Brooker Choir. To Tommy zlhes of 5th period Study Hall. broken rib, three brain concussions hereby leave the following; I I I. Barbara Hudson, being of
will be able to change, Ills name Outlaw, I leave him ail the free To Jerry Holllfleld I leave me- and hundreds of pulled leave Danny Luke 20 pounds of sound mind and body, first of
and have Ma own writing class. counseling he can take as he'll mories of 5th period Study muscles. To Randall Zllperer, unwanted mass which is surrounding all leave all the girls of BUS
To Mr. Costello leave a new need it as a Psychology Major. Hall, all the clean talks and CLASS FLOWER I leave the title of number my bones plue a life my ability; to sing. I leave to
pair of panu and a pen that To Gary Melvin, I leave the Innocent Jokes we've told. I "1" to him and the good hopesof time supply of tickets to get Denise lackson the ability; to
attaches permantly to the shirt memories of one surprise leave all the empty; pepsi bottles Carnation winning the bet you made to Helalr, usI I leave Kicky eat many peanut butter and Jelly -
pocket, To.the mathematics party; and a beg of parched In hopes you'll get with Pam Ricks. To Terry I'omlinson 100 tickets to Qulet- sandwiches. I leave toes-
zard, W.A. Adkinson, I leave peanuts. To Robin Williams, I rich quick by selling them for Gaines, I leave my broken dri- vllle, I Fla, that trip Is Qulett U Hell mj' ability to "Stroke
one. brand new used comb. To leave one messenger so that 3C each. To Ethel DeVoe, I ver in hopes that his game will an experience. To I'auleno Peterson and moreover to have what Is
all the ladles in the office. I she will safely receive her leave memories of January 4th CLASS MOTTOWe improve with a shorter club. I leave the ability; to rightfully mine." I take It up-
leave. 'lo my u.C.T. buddies notes. To Naomi Mann Ileaveone and how we told on each other. must all live To next year's seniors, leave skip school and get a blue on myself and my time to leaveto
I'leave my new diving technl- eraser to make up for all Last of all, to Wayne Woodham together as brothers or perish the challenge of having a good slip. I leave Brad Carter 20 Linda Young my ability to
aue to master. Finally. I the times I borrowed hers dur- I leave memories of 1st period, senior lounge. To Miss !Mer- gallons of gas so he can finish "Rap" and to hold on to my
leave, stumbling down "C" ing Math. Last of all I leave Sharon Crews and all the luck together as fools garth, 1 leave the hopes of gett- blowing up his jeep. To man. I Last, but not least I leaveto
ttulldlng B.H. S. with the satisfactionthat for a happy future for Wayne ing a better class than we Italph Yaggle, I leave one !Mrs. Redding dIe abilityto
laspea.! I have graduated. and Sharon. Now, I Darlene were in 3rd period. TO! Mrs. free one-way ticket to Weed check upon people when they
Underbill, do hereby leave. Hancy, I leave the words ' ''I, Alleen Green, being of unsound I, Darlene Underhill, beingof Two but you know "Mow I feel" you can find you a little brother they aren't always sick. (Helloe -
mind and delapldated sound mind and body do CLASS SONG about it. To Mr. Sprow, I leave To Mrs. Brown, I leave me I know!)
body, am glad to leave the '72 hereby leave B.H.S. to Shar- I, Dale Johns, of a some- the ability; to have taught every the hope that mabe she will I I. Lynn Greene, being of less
graduating class and all the miseries lene Ellington, I leave all the what tired body and battered We've Only Just Begun member In our family and have Steve Gay; all three quar- er mind and weakened body do
that '71 had. To Linda notes, letters, phone calls and brain do hereby leave the following not to learn anything To nextyear's ters for English next year. hereby leave the following to
Edwards, I leave one clear those oh wow talks to you know things- Richard Rob- class I leave the excellent 1 I. Carol Da rlcj',be Ing of short close collogues and III IS; To
plastic glove In hopes that she who, in between classes. To erts I leave the hopes of beingon leadership of Mr.Clark. mind and long body, do hereby Kichard "Wagner" Kirkland I
may wear it often. I also leave Robin Corbett and Robin Griffis the pro tour and the ability; To Janice Lott, leave a book leave BUS to the seniors of 72 leave the privacy of Mr. Cas-
I I leave all the memories, to use all of my broken clubs. VALEDICTORIANRebecca entitled "How to Date Three In hopes that they will bo ableto sel's office so thathema study
errands, talks and cups of tea I I in ,One !Night": and act like keep the faculty In line. To his ranch In complete silence
nothing ever happened. And last Beverly Strunk, I leave her while sorting music nt the same
i yrron mnI; !*'Im'i',! !? fI1';M,r'rI'h,; !' .'I1'' :" McMillanSALUTATORIAN but not least to every underclassman good friend, Sharon Crews and time lo Ice llardcnbrook I
'.1I"I'lfii/-//'I// :[ ;'" 1 I leave this saying, her temper. I leave the benchin leave one back scat on the
'''/:;/ : :' ( "When in Doubt, Cheat!" front of "13" building to Lee band bus and the tickling fin-
t/I'i'I'iN/tI'':/' llliillir111i'llf / ;;+It I ir:: ,I / I, Rebecca/ McMillan, being Sparks and his friends and the gers of Darlene Hobbs To
) '! : !: jf sound mind, and body, do ability to sit there for hours "lsuggy" I leave mangy a good
,''rr'llfIJl'11+ i''' hereby leave BUS In the capable without getting cnufjht. To David memory with dIe answer of
.:'iIf"ri/'I':!" ,:''!+(!,"; (:.!.' MALLARD! Ult Kelly Richards hands of my sister, lljal- !\ewham I leave a paint "Who wants to I e tall"! To
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BRS band I leave one broken the summer and( winter and the foot and a cut off pair of Levis memory of one Friday night leave my very best wishes for films, and slides to fill them I leave a pair of fancy socks: Dale I'm not trying to scare
tuba a sore throat blistered task of taping the building to ripped up the seat lo at the lake when we did our her new book to be entitled with amazement and nausea. which go with his fancy boots. you. It's Just that I don't want
shoulder and a busted lip. And keep the noise down. To everyone Eddie Hazen, I leave the hope "first paint Job". To Lee Har- "1001 ways to say "NO". To To the Magnificent "Mr. C" I To Mrs. Redding I leave one you to die of shock next year
luck that In the future you'll elsa (he everlastingruins that his voice will change. And denbrook I leave the "curse"of Janice Alvarez I leave the leave a bed of petunias In the stop sign to put In front of when you've only Just begun to
make that "Big S" at State. of BHS.I to all the underclassmen leave Darlene Hobbs sitting near eternal feud of the Alvarez'sand backwoods of Tennessee somewhere her desk. And last but not least live your high school years.)
To Mr. Cassels I leave; a years Gene Harris otherwise old him on the band bus and Uck- Whltehead's, being assured between Nashville and I leave BHS.I To next year's seniors I leave
supply of pencils and pens and known as "Butterbean" #63, BHS.It I hope as much they as will I appreciate do.- ling him to death. To Larry that she will uphold the AlvareZ ,IMemphls. To Mr. Clark, I leave my best wishes for a good,
one burgler alarm at his office being of detonating mind and And finally I leave. David Andrews, I leave the position of supremacy.And a ten man team one to hold I r. Linda fleas now being of time, but don't forget to do
and a bottle of Cerltol screwed up body do hereby trumpet section and many memories -, to Buddy Dyal, I leave him up during the day and voting age am going out to your homework. Lastly I leaveto
for next year football season. write my last will and testament I, Sherlden Ann Grlffls of the past year. To the throne of Bus #2, hoping 'the other nine to take care of conquer the world (so to speak). the majority; of my teach-,
Last and most of all least ; to Coach Hurse I leave (Miles) of sound feet and rocky Sandy Morgan I leave one red that he will rule with an Iron ,Mrs Redding. To Kay Turner. As I leave BUS with mixed ers many thanks. (a won't mention -,
to BUS I leave! my pet mouse In my fleldhouse mind do hereby leave Old BUS. lollipop. I also leavy my "head hand as fairly and Impartially Janice Slanrll and Snnrif emotions of elation and sadness names as this may tendto
I. Janice Lott being of sober locker, please take care of To my brother Gregory may majorette" uniform knee-high as I have. To Donnie Crawford {Fogg I leave all the knowjledge I look forward to beingat Incriminate me.) Now that
body and sound mind leave to him. To Pam Rayburn and Re- b e finally get set up In DCT, boots, and baton for next year. I leave one plate glass of Shakespear I gained the bottom of the heap again the end Is here all I can soy
Mr. Karow one free coupon mle I leave five gallons of and after a while wished he To Janice Stencil I leave my window to replace whatever he while attending class and that next year (After twelve Is Hallelujah!! and breathe a
for the purchase of a toupee; punch because they like It so wasn't.To part of the go-go dancing business broke that night. ToBubba Bennett last paper we had to write years of hard labor how can sigh of relief.
to Mrs. Redding one year's sup much. To Sue Fill I leave 50 lUcky Lee may he try of Bobby's. Be careful and Dale demons I leave drained me of my senses. To college do this to me?) Oh, I, Pam Tye, being of unsound
ply of pink admit slips which packs of gum so she won't ask not to work too hard on the Job. Jancle and don't fall off those one set of golden vocal cordsto Sharon Lamb I leave mem- well, at least I won't spend as mind and dilapidated body do I
she will have used within a everybody. To Richard Fill who Maybe next year he may makeIt tables. To Mrs. Newland I be divided between them ories and hopes that I will much time'working my way up hereby leave BITS In the hopes
month. To Mrs. Blaine, one likes to go to Jax. I leave my with June. leave one "Special Bulletin" should theirs ever wear out see her at next year's prom. to graduation again (u hope). that it will be better. To the
pimento cheese sandwich; to car so he can skip when he To the Juniors that are tobe announcing that Seniors get out To all members of the FFA I |ITo Carol Richards, and Paul- There are some people to whomI members In the office I leave
Miss Caldwell one diet Pepsi wants without anyone else. in 1XJT and the SENIORS at 3 p.m. every day. I hope leave the ability; to miss school ine Peterson I leave a book would like to leave great the memory of my smiling faceas
and a bag of Bar B Q Frl- I. Gene Harris leave to Carl that didn't make It, may they you learn how to cut tonguesout three days a week without real- on "How to Survive In American expectations: To my sister, I sat in the office day after -
toes. To Trlsh Myers I leave Rlherd the ability; to put the try to pass all of Mr. Cleii- before "her" sister comesup ly trying. To Mr. Hutchins, I History with "Mr. G." .,Jennifer I would like to leave day. To Debbie Napier I
a free parallel parking courseIn Nod on people not receive It. cuzlo's test, as I didn't. and you have her. To "Pe. leave the entire Patell family and still be In your right mind !a !great ability; to get the Job leave my heartand all the memories
hopes she will learn not To lobo I leave the dollar To Mr. Costello and.Mr. tunia" I leave 60 copies of and to Mr. Smith I leave a It will also Include a free Mr. done In one night. I'm talking of our good times to-
with the letter "C" to put In her half pound ground round. To Garner Speed Reading Course. about English papers.) To my
to park bumper to bumper and the Jacket cause I'll never Clerlcuzlo may they find another Last but not least t f I
cards. I leave bottle Mrs. McCartha I leave two Last of all I leave BITS know- brother. Dale who will Join the gether.
report
one
the parked car In front of her; get them back. To Malllo. typist; who may do a lot leave!
to Randall ZIpperer one mon- Charles. Levi and Crunch i better Job than I did. To whoever of white shoe polish and knee pads for going through Ing only that somewhere sometime (bewildered ranks of freshmen
key in a white LTD; to Dar- leave the Swedish Tanning Secret she Is may God help her 2 rolls of toilet paper so she doors. To Mr. Karow I leavea I must have learned ;next year, I leave four years
lene Stephens and Greg Reddish !, also the book: (How to to read Mr. Clerlcuzlo's hand- can paint and wrap her car belt with a message writ- I ssomething.warped '''of hard work (Don't worry.WE'RE (Con't. On Hut Page)
two slightly used hats bet- Play Football. To Mrs. Haney i iI writing. May all the girls anytime. I leave a "quick tan" ten on It In my handwriting.To Traylor hereby of
ter known as gloves In hopes leave a box of thumb tacksso who rode with me: Debbie and a "whitewash" anytime she Zach Edwards, I leave the mind and body do -
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that they will enjoy them as she can put them In her ;Darlene Fawn Bernice, and wants one. I leave my fantas- ability; to type; which he never leave BiTS to Mike Reed
much as I did; to Mr. Pllz desk. To Mrs. Cox, my favorIte Jack Knight remember the trip tic ability; to spell and a copy could seem to do. To Coach ',1 leave one Viola Grlffls, cause "
I leave the first chapter of teacher I leave one sel- i to the VO-TECH and back. I of my special dictionary. I also Duncan I leave one dozen" one Is enough for anybody. I
Ms book "Life In Starke" to dom used Economics Book. To |hope that Jack will find some leave a special "Doughnuts for DunMn. To (leave Sandee Youngblood the
Kay Turner one red nose like Coach Reese, leave Bob Dyal (other crazy person to take him sing. To Mr. Newland I leave Coach Allen I leave one pair leftovers of a stale Pizza Hut
the one she had after the Prom cause he loves him. To Coach i for a smoke before going to the the honorary title of "Coach"and lot hlp-huggers which he will pizza stashed In her mailbox
weekend. To Mark Branson Dunkln Doughnuts I leave a 'VOTECH.The one broken rib received In [probably pull up to his waist. |land the ability; to eat It for
the correct pronunciation of the box of his best. To Coach Lope the crazy two nuts In the the line of duty.; Mr. Cassels To Coach Hurse I leave the hope breakfast the next morning.
word Honey to Vicky TurnerI r I leave one pair of slightly ;yellow (Challenger (Sam and I leave you a lot of thanks. that he may some day come I, Patsy Donley being of sound
leave instructions to keep used Joggers for the nine ;Sheila Bassett of June 26) may To the band next year I leave back to power In this school mind and body leave all the
her head In the car when It's dollars I owe you. To Brad i they have 10 kids with 10 dogs best wishes and lots of luck. and run It his way. To Karen kids from Speedville my out-
raining; to Sissy Elland leave and Gray I leave two broken i for each kid. May they have I know they will accomplishmany Hutchins and Gary BrowningI standing ability; to be friends
one squished! horse fly In hopes legs. i a full life (Of you know what I things. To Mrs. McKinney leave my closing statement:: with everyone and knowledge.To 1 bThat's
that it will be tasty; ; to Richard I, Joey Dumpier, being of mean). I hope that Sheila does- I leave Trlsh Myers to ""You can feed a horse sugar my fifth period class Heave
Roberts one brilliant smile sound mind and great body, n't forget the time In the public take my place In driving her but you" can't get his bridal all those tomorrows and tomorrows
without a blinding reflection; leave BIIS and I'm glad of It. Library. crazy next year isulte. and tomorrows. Also to
to Bubba Bennett I leave a To the one and only Mr. Cler- To my sweetheart and my I, Gloria Crews do hereby I I. June Hardy, being of no 'Joyce Bolten I leave my beau- ,
bird that doesn't fly or sing; lcuzlo I leave one giant bottleof husband to-be Nell Elwood leave BITS with bruised body mind and all body do hereby tiful hair-also my straightening
and to all the Seniors of '72, grow pills. To Mr. Karow, Miles may he remember all and legs In traction. To Judy Heave the halls of BIIS with combs because I've gone na-
I leave all the good times of I leave one free Sears Gift the great and loving times we've Young I leave my ability; to the following: To Gayle lIatch- ural To Tim Risby I leave tom,
the Seniors of '71 and best certificate for a free toupeeto had In the cast vear. with Mr. Watts. Also er, I leave with hopes that her .11 the sweet songs In 3rd
wishes for a successful future. keep his head from getting! Sofinally made It to the argue I leave her the ability; to slide future years at BUS turn out period class. To Belvin Mc-
I r. Ellen Bloodworth. beingof sunburned. To Mrs. ReddingI LOG CABIN GATES OF OLD Into 2nd base without getting better than mine. To Becky Neal I leave all my love. AndI V, N

sound C?) mind and body leave a year's supply of Hie BIIS. GOOD-BYE..........FOREVER all scratched up. To Wayne Slemer I leave the hopes that leave Mildred Anderson my
do hereby the follow- ink one day we'll learn the REAL jood looks and shape. To Lar-
bequeath pens knowing they will come !III! Woodham I leave sister
ing: To Mrs. McCartha I leave In handy. To Miss RosenbergI and a lot of rope. I leave my hopes truth, and I also leave her the ry, Melvin Byron I leave all PAINTING your ticket toa
to get with as wonderful charms I haveto
ability away those
tomorrow and tomorrow and leave a bottle of Excedrin I,, Kelly Richards being of that he can do something with YOU PICTURE OF
future. Don't
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much as did. Kay be cool. Last but not great
tomorrow. To my sister, Carol for the headaches to come. sound mind and sound body her To BUS I leave all the so
I wish her lots of luck To Mrs. Crowson I leave the leave BHS with many mem- seniors of 72. and I hope they I leave 2 eyes to keep open least I leave old BIIS with a HAPPY THINGS FORA miss the plane.
next year--I'll have mine open sound mind and body. PS. I
with a new administration. To twenty missing record keeping -
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ories. hereby bequeath can get more senior privileges BRIGHT. WONDERFUL
Kayl! Also I leave Kay my fan- leave Linda Young and Mari-
Mrs. Redding, dear redhead books that she lost In hopes To I Turner
following: Sissy Long than we did. To Kay -
seat at the Sr. lounge and Williams the to be FUTURE.. .
I leave my nose-cone I wore she can find them. And I now leave one dozen rotten eggs and and Carol Parley I leave cy lyn ability;
fill It
dulng homecoming. To Janice leave the students of BIIS one the title of Eggwoman. I know the run of Carp's DepartmentStore hope that she can as quiet sometimes.
To Pam with Greater Helhflliein
well as I. Rayburn Being filled the charac-
Stanch I leave my talking cat thought: There never will bea that she deserves It and will on Sunday afternoon. I
In hopes her dog and my cat class as great as the Classof live up to her name. I also leave Carol the memories of I leave with hopes that one day teristics of a soulful person
she'll find out. To Gray Flynn with a most abundant mind, as Ebenezer Free U ill
get along Just fine. To George 71. Sr. '71 REST! leave one broken neck one almost our friendship and great timeswe've Baptist Baptist
I leave window and one pair I BHS I Ireta
a leave Ross
I leave beautiful memories anda I
Steve Wynn, being a del- black eye and numerous had. To Sharon I leave
of red tennis shoes. To Billy would like to leave the following ChurchPastor
beautiful ChurchR.v.
future.
egate of Sampson City, hereby Injuries received while being all my notes and brains. To
I, Becky Groves, hereby bequeath leave ole HI IS without delay. associated with her In advance Edward I leave the hopes that BIgham, I leave Resources a rewritten 6 : To Mildred Tisdale I leave

to the next year's office I take with me a degree. To P.E. this year. To Trlsh My- someday It will be ours. Last page and Library FSU and Mrs. Tur-report my smile so things can always Jasper Williams
aides the ability; to get Randy Miller I leave a space ers, I leave one broken class of all- I leave. Donnie I look cheerful when theyaren't. Leroy Davis, Pastor
To
Crawford
ink all over everything new you right next to J.B. To Gary Melvin ring. One bottle of white shoe 1. Yvonne White with a well ney. To Henry Strong I leave
leave the ability; to figure me the hope of becoming Edwin
wear. To the future VOE recruits I leave a pair of old football polish and my ability; to paint mind and Soulful body, leave To Mike Joe Scan-
out. White Stark No. 2 someday. To Linda
I leave a heater for cleats both
for the left cars with It. I also leave the11i71lJ7j Bernard Williams and Henry
Ian, Pat Watts and Tommy Young I leave my utmost hope
Strong my booklet"on "How to Outlaw 1 leave the 50-odd tacksI that one day she will becomea
Play the Blocks. To Laura sat on in Psychologycour- soul sister. And to Corne
BEST Bright Joyce Lane, Sharon of To the
tesy them. coaches lius Bright my future brother-
wore Fayson and Brenday Thomp-" I leave I chin strap 1 game in-law 1_, heave a secret pass ,
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: : I klns I, leave my courage to jersey! I'practice jersey.2 so he.,can get Into BUS when-
WISHES GOOD walk over a Bridge Over Trou- tee shirts' and 6 socks, although -> ever he is late. -. I
lUCK ''L bled Waters.-To Elatne" Sherman only 4 match. To Larry 1 I. Randall McGee: being of
I leave a box of Kleenex Batten, I leave my math brain. somewhat mind and body give
so that she can wipe AK.J. To Karen Martin I leave the my last will and testament, to
tears from her eyes. To Sher- the ability; to climb trees In the school I leave all the good
111 Austin, Prlcllla Strong, a 30 degree weather and not be and bad times I had here. To I7ZJL\
4C pair of boxing gloves so that seen. Mrs. Cox I leave all the good
they can have a fair fight. To I, Nancy Dowllng, being of times I have had In her class. ,
Ruthell Smith I leave my shoesso unproportioned mind and body To Miss Niergarth, I leave .i
that she can have plentyof ; leave anything that is left of one Math book and memoriesof t I'I

room and stop walking on me after graduation In the heart all the free periods we had ((4U
the back of her shoes. To Ber-
of C building to be demolishedwith In her class. To Mrs. Moody. iA
nard liendreth Cleo Johnson It at last. To all those"lucky" I leave kids who enjoy art and
and Alvin I leave the .
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seniors next I
year Mrs. Moody. To the football
sidewalk so that they can kiss leave book "(tow To Gain and
a on basketball, track, baseball
any girl they want to. To James Privileges without Even Try- golf teams I leave two words 7/' I
Jenkins I leave a kiss so that Ing" complete with Illustrations "Good Luck". To Mr. ClarkI : :5KL 'I
he can keep his mind on his of how to "sit In" and methodsof leave this school after grad- ::
lesson. Most of all, I leave "revolt". To Mrs. Haney uation. To Mrs. Haney I leave I

.and Bradford Nigh I leave the record of "My all of her funny ha ha's. To I
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I,, Jimmy Alvarez,being com- Way" sung by your favorite and Mrs. Brown, I leave one bowl- Whatever your future paths
TTSI rightly so. stable In both mind and mine. Dale "sweetie pie" Ing ball and bag to go with ,
The communityIs Keep Smiling matter, do hereby bequeath the Johns. To her next year's pupils her shoes. To Mrs. Waldmlre I remember success is effort's :I
I Next I leave a passport to see I leave one alarm clock to let
all the J problem. following traits qualities and
proud of your way. abilities: To Pam Raj-burn- I the world (Including an assortment her know when to let her class I reward.
achievement and of cats) In her 5,000 go. To the Big R In math class, I

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Wayne Woodham. being of School. Hello free world. won't say anthing about thebody" gold] plated hall pass to the Scott t leave Mrs. Haas's room Without Any Friends." To Ran to the show every Saturday Baker I leave a trl*'*'* of nutra-

sound mind! and body do hereby I. Mary Bolton] will my ability do leave BUS. To my girls restroom for Darlene] hoping one day you'll be able dy McGovern I leave] my math- night. Watch It there Fayannel ment In hopes Out he'll grow-

leave this so called house to rap to all my soul sister Laura, I leave my British Norman. To Mrs. Haney I leave to do your own work., To Joyce matical abilities. And to Mrs. To Lee Hardenbrook and Rich- up. To Sharlene] Ellington, I

of knowledge with a lot of wait, sisters at BHS and to Marl- Literature note., because: a catalog of 1001 filmstrips Johnson I leave locker 302 In Cox I leave the National Debt. ard Kirkland I leave the posl- leave my place In the senior i
ed Ink and unfinished work. To 1m Williams I will the ability "heaven help you" if you get of cats and other living things B building hoping you will get don of being a "super Senior. lounge so she can find that j I I

my one and only English teacher to be super cool a. she always the teacher I had. To Wilbur To Mr. Keathley I leave a some use out of It as I have. I. Dorothy Spearman, beingof 1 Hal Hat To Hank Stroud I leave date for the prom. To Mrs. :

Mrs. Brown, I leave my wished to be. Jenkins and Bernard Williams picture of Mr. Garner on his To all the girls who will have sound mind and healthy body my complete] library of Arthur Crowson I leave two new fans i iso I,
thanks and beet wishes for the I. David McRae. being at I leave $1 I each In hope that wall where he won't have to clerical next year I leave my lease ability to "Do what Halley books and Mr. Cassels. the whole class can stay

future. To Mrs. Waldmlre I sound mind and fragile body you'll stop saying "Got any use a mirror. To the schoolI typewriter To Brenda Griffin my do & don't do what To Miss Jamie Caldwell,a case cool all year. To the class of l'

leave J.B. and thoughts of gritting do hereby !leave Richard money." To Joyce Lane and leave the hopes of never having I leave a pair of sandals with you Isn't gotta necessary: to Ruthell of white shoe polish to only '72" I leave the hones that

teeth causes cavities. To Roberts and Terry Gaines my Gloria Griffin I leave one box to climb "C" Bid ..talrs.I. the tread on the bottom hop- Smith. I ]leave to all the sorrowing be used on "Bell", also the they will have as much fun In

Mr. Crowson, I leave] my spot on the number one golf of cool off pills you both need Shirley Johnson, being of Ing that you won't fall again. men a box of memory of Panama City Hat their senior years as we did.

thoughta of bookkeeping And my team. To Randall Zlpperer I them. To Vanessa Williams, sound mind and a deprived body Last but not ]least I leave kleenex young Just In cue they want Hal To Mr. King I leave all L.ast of all I leave.

workbook in hopes that she can leave Miss Nlergarth. in hopesof Sandra Stubbs, and Priscilla leave to all my underclassmen BUS to shed a few tears on behalfof my notes on Wanzer. To Mr.

finish the last 30 chapters. To someday passing her course. Strong, I leave the talent of the ability; to succeed In all I, Toya Carter, being of departure. To Ruthell Sprow I leave] my book with r, Martha Batten with sound

Jerry Hollifleld I leave only To Raymond Martin, I leave a getting a handsome boy friend. aspects of life presented to warped mind and decrepit body Smith my and Sherill Austin I all the wrong answers in It. mind and abled body leave Coach

the memories of first period. pair) of socks to Coach Hen- To Mr. Watts I ]leave the a- them. To Ruthell Smith and hereby leave BHS with the leave boy making machineso To coach Henderson I leave a Henderson a bottle brown dye

To Sharon Crew., I leave one derson I leave a chicken breast blllty to know when a personIs Sharon Fayson I leave my ability roads burning. To Connie that a they can have Instant bottle of Tranqulizers, a steering to dye his gray hair back that

thought promises made should and to Coach Allen I leave a skipping school or has signed! to cope with all the changing Creamer I leave two things: when they want them. wheel] on side and a
be kept always, and dreams of map of Egypt. To Mrs. HaneyI out through the office. To Ru- Ideas of the establishmentand all the boys in BUS and Connie boys To Elaine ever Sherman, PrisclllaStrom. paint Job for his little red car (Con't. On Held Page)

the future in reality shall be leave a course In How to Tell thell Smith and Sherrlll Austin the now generation with- you know what the other U. Joyce Lane I leave them To Mr. Cassels, I leave the

ours. Also to Larry Norton If a Guy Has a Brain Con- I leave BHS-maybo you out getting caught In the middleof to Debbie Scott I leave BuckN. ,a new.set of boys so they can name of "Daddy Dean."a blowup ]
I leave 25:
will be used as protection. To leave them In hones that they Sharon Fayson, I leave you Sheila Kathleen Henley,being use of him. I leave a book leave the old ones I along. To large supply of darts,a frame
I. James Jenkins leave :50C! to
I Robin Elder I leave Larry, will go to Daytona next year. all the success: you need to keep mind and on self-defense to C.roSheer-] for that great picture of yourself
,, 4-speed To the class of '72 I leave Calvin Aaron. And last but not of unscrupulous last until next School Term. HEL1O
Mustang and
an uncomfortable body do leave BHS for good. lug and Jill Battle And I also To Alvaughn Golden] t Greg in which you are In your
seat. With the power to protest. To Coach ]least I leave BUS for good. for
these To all the girls I leave the leave our good times Last natural state, tuba section
Hendieth "Keep those handsto
" thoughts, I ]leave BHS with Its tune I leave In hopes that I, Anne Terwlllegar, leave advice to leave Lake City; boys but not LEAVE. yourself" To Sherill Austin next year, and a chair for your
sDavis
autographed walls and overflowing one day he will retire. To BUS with a slightly soiled record Grlffls, I, Pamela being endowed pencils where- no one can
To Shertden 2
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alone. Roll
leave tootsie
bathrooms to Coach Adkinson I leave the but with Iota of good memories with of pops
the Sen I leave Neil Miles and his a sense responsibility swipe them. To the upcoming
, Ion of ]1972.I thoughts of him being my favorite of great times with great blue Baracuda and all, the little and with what little and a bag of sunflower seeds. seniors of BUS I leave a lot
And
Mary Starling Mote, being guy. Last but not leastI friends. I hereby bequeath the Miles tagging behind. To Mr. mind BUS has ]left me. hereby to everyone at B.H.S. Bye. of luck cause you'll need It.
of sound mind and ]leave Kay Turner to good following To Sissy Long leave make the BUS
body leave : Clerlcuzlo] I ]leave a 300 pagebook following provisions: Cay of And at long last I leave
being
\ BHS with open heart In hope. and bad memories and all the a shoe box of eggs, tomatoes, "How to Scribble and My office seat to: Lavon Bass, table and Starke. "Good Riddance!!
all the thoughts I've had of her I and lots of destruction to on ] and a weak body\
with
oncoming students will] various Make It Look Good. To Ethel my ablllty to get along
; enjoy It as much a. I have. also] leave her all my love places. I believe you know others to: Michael DeSue my do hereby leave my faithful

To my brother, Mike, I leave and devotion.I where I'm referring to. I leave DeVoe, my future sisterinlawI and brains to Sandra Cuttle, my service as a student to the Institution I. Dorothy M. Hall, being ofa Our wish
of luck a BitS
leave lot of to Esther Romero
i 3of. my brain because he Sharon Howell, being of you the art to pull anything over a loaded with food. smile to Gloria] Williams and I : sound mind and body leave is that
couldn't use the full amount. bony mind and monkey body, and I mean anything. Last but refrigerator Richard this school to whoever wants leave the many talks the following: Denise Jackson,

I And In hopes he will] work and leave J.B. Gladleux the chanceto not ]least I leave yk u good To Brenda I O'Steen and of it. that we shared about Georgeand my legs. Linda Young, my L.T.D. happiness
use it to help him graduate be head of the Future Homemakers ole BHS with hopes that you'll Kirkland leave some my that certain someone of Marilyn Williams all the and success
To all the seniors d To I leave
brains. her
mine. Cary
I next To of America Club. To out sentence hereas I. Phyllis Griffin of ,
year. my youngest bro- carry your I Senior being fun, games and clowning attend youalwoys.
next leave the the hours of labor while]
ther, Craig, I leave BHS hop- Barbara Schmlt I leave one best you can. To Lee Har- year sound mind and saved soul, do many around. To Sherill Austin, this
I ing that the coaching coloring book and crayons, to denbrook I leave Sissy with Lounge In hopes that you use hereby happily leave B.H.S. I cutting my hair. Cary, I'm sorry marvelous shape of mine. Ves- .

j" make him a wonderful football Janice Stanch], I leave a long hopes that one day he can tame It I as much as Anne I did. befog leave Arbutus Pearsall my desk to have left so many hairs ter Dell to please stop takingwhat.s
-
Roxie Rodrlgue To brother
player. But I'm asking them and lasting friendship. To Lin- her. To Trtsh Myers I leave In Mrs.Dasburg's V.O.E.class around. my Greg. not rightfully hers.Joyce .
of elated and stupendousmind I leave] the dreams of the future
not to be too hard on him. da Edwards I leave a super all of my fingernails. To Mrs. hours hoping that she will have as Bolton, my eyes.Vanessa
To Roger and Robin, give( them long ladder In hopes she can Newland I leave a Special] Bul- In these last few FrenchI much tun in it as I have had. which will bring him hap Williams, all the good times
BHS the
at do leave to To Coach Henderson I
the rest of the world to make find her missing sandal. To lentin releasing the seniors at trouble and I also leave her my bookkeep- piness. we have had In third oeriod.
; their life happy and may he Connie Chasteen and Vicki 3. I also leave you all the class, all the ing book hoping she will use leave little drivers to share My sister Helen Hall, I leave
confusion of conjugating! verbs. the that
give It to her on a silver Turner I leave my pair of owls] that you can lay your It. To Ruth Roark and Larry Joy pleasures come the ability to keep James Strong.
platter. To Wayne and Sharon tennis shoes and hope they will hands on. But best of luck To Hlalmar McMillan., Mike Brooks I leave my best wishes from taking Dr. Ed. To Miss Bernard Brown, to stay as
Mike White and Jimmy
I leave them hoping they do more in them than I did. to a great teacher who can bea King, for future happiness toget Rosenberg I ]leave five changed handsome as always, and to
Andrews I leave all the hard
schedules and the hopes
will have a wonderful and hap To Cherlene Combs I leave 1 friend at the same time Re- her. To Joan Hinson. Lenora that keep his nose out of other
, py life together. To Cherylene unfinished bookkeeping book.To member Faulkner has a sister work and long waiting of the Earnest and Cheryl] Baldree] my children] will have the peoples business. Betsy Jack- 197JSHUFORD'S
To
I leave Big Daddy\ G in hopes Pam Raybum Karen Martin, coming along. coming Science I Fair.leave all my I leave the ability to be the glory ana nonor to be :under son, the luck of coming out of

' that they have a wonderful] time and Sandra Ebllng. I will leave Watch out! To Coach Allen I brother Kerry and tests and my all three gayest girls on Bus *25.I : her faithful and upright guidance the country, into the city

In the coming years.. To Mrs. anything but Tommy Smith. To leave "The Mauler". "The En- the sloppy teachers notes that will still be leave to Mary PearsaU the the Last choir of and all the I leave "Reno". Linda Legget my
Waldmlre] I want to thank her Kelly Forsyth I leave the memories forcer" and "Small Thing"and ability to be the most charm- youth hopesof small feet. Sharon Fayson and
here. To all the kids Bus
for being so kind and understanding of the past and a lasting !hope that you'll quit slammingthem ] 21, I leave the new bus on bursting ing girl In the tenth grade and thngs.going So on I leave to even this greater Institution Lavon Bass, the ability to stop
-
I over the past 4 years friendship In the future. around. I also leave you Tris- the ability to hit. all the Met talking about Big "B". Belvin
with noise. To Bonnie
and I want to thank her per- To Mrs. Haney I leave the won those blue suede shoes Big ]ler Mike White Mike King notes. Last but not least I for good but a new startat McNeal] to stop spreading pro-

sonally Mrs. Virginia Wald derful world of color. To Tom Red, & Frogs. Last but not and, Jimmy Andrews I leave leave a "Thank You" to all college.I. poganda.

mire. And last but not least my Smith I won't leave any- least I leave you :5th period Mrs. McCartha's Hard BritishLit my teachers for all the help Standard StationSid
I want thing because I hope to take and hope that you'll find understanding and Debbie Faulkner, being of
to thank my mother another Class. To Joe Scanlan and encourage- I. Patricia Ann Crawford,
and father for making it possible him with me and to old BUS I crazy aide next year. To I ment I have received from them warped! mind and partly sound being of unstable mind and Shuford
Dona Christopher leave all leave BHS
body for
] for me to graduate from leave. good ole BUS where I have the research work of the debate during my four years of high good toothpick body do hereby leave
high school and have a very I served my sentence of six school. hereby bequeath the following: B.H.S. to Mrs. Haas, I leave a
To and
Gwendolyn Bright beingof team. Sissy Long, To anyone who Is willing to
happy Itfe. Goodbye Cruel l years, I leave. ]large piece of tape to cover
sound mind and well "I 1 to anyone that survives, I leave suffer office
through being
an
I, Roger Akers, being d old BHS.I. Last Will and testament of Debbie Scott's mouth. To Dicky
scarred brain and shrunken body Nand Benckowaskl, of sand aide the enjoyment of knowingand
hereby leave BUS to all the Johnnie Powell being of mln and beautiful]body do here- working with Mrs. C. To

Lawtey Wildcats they know whatto mind and a rather small bodv by make my last will and testament any Junior who Is taking British !- .
do with It. To all the future leave BHS. Good luck It'll needit. To Lee Lester, I leave Lit D. next year I leave LOOK FORWARD .. ,
I the latest Issuesof
seniors I say good luck because leave my place as Sr. hoping you'll my notes and the great timesIn
ASAIL WE SHARE Fashion Magazine to Coach Mrs. McCartha's class.: To GRADS I
it's getting worse. To Hen- have as much fun as I did. @)
Coach
AUen to on to
pass Kay Turner t Randy McGovern
Joey Branson I leave one Mighty To Paula Champion I leavea .
t Mouse comic book In derson. To Mrs. Cox I leave of I leave Mrs. Watson's Math 0 GRADUATES(4c
horse
; hopeshe year's supply [ OUR )
the best of luck in her future I 0LO
class.: hope you can survive _
YOUR will]] keep up the tradition Businesswill books and an Illustrated color
:!!"! "Little] but Strong". To Bubba years; maybe Gen. It should booklet on "How become a another year of the salt mine.
Bennett I leave the help me some day. in 5 ] To the Junior class I lava
one pair Jockey: easy lessons by
after all of It I did. To the .
ONYour the ability to 45: dolloars
of false teeth to grit In hopes Don't FaUofflt. To Eddie Gar- owe
Juniors I leave the hopes -of and not pay it until] It is timeto
PRIDE he will use them sideways To dner I leave you the ability; to
filling the Sr. Spot and may
To
graduate. the Humanities
Mrs. Brown I leave one old catch one girl that really
of and they accomplish what we did-y., cares about ] I classes next year I leave
'' pair hospital shoes the you. Stay coo .
'r'jiry! Impossible dream of having another n't.' Stick In there Juniors, you leave now the halls of BHS you a record of Dale] Johns' ,
11 need To Coach Hurse "
horizon to. "My Own Way. sung in the
Lawtey boy In her class with Joy and excitement knowIng -
I leave Mm his little
li"''i Is still To J.B. Gladleux I leave one green I won't be back next year. dark and a funny Ha Ha. Good
acre. May It do something better
unmarked notebook and one final Remember don't walk on the luck you will] need It.
j1; unlimited.Success. piece of advice--Keep It next year than turn brownIn walkways when it's ralnlng-

"i'ii' Clean. To Randy Miller I leave winter. To a sophomoresI yoU'll get wet. I Susan "Farkle" Dyal.! beingof J
leave the hopes of them succeeding -
eradlte mind and rather mis-
the book entitled "How to bea
I,h!, to you.Thompson Teachers Pet". To Randy as Juniors don't get I, Timothy Mark Murpney proportioned body do nearby

Hodges I leave one feather pillow the big bead, you still have being of mangled body and bequeath the following: To Dora
r prilt for his short nape during6th two years. Last of all I leavea entirely confused mind do here Gllsson I leave "Clyde" and a You have

period. To Greg DouglasI certain freshman good ]luck by leave good ole BHS to parts lot of ]luck to hit the right preparedyourself
and memories to and
leave a pair of x-ray glasses ] come unknown. It's been a riot! I notes-also 10 years of private
now I leave BUS and still more
I so he won't strain himselfso leave to Richard Fill my perfectly lessons To Jerry "Ronnie"WIUlame ,

:'' much. To Mr. Payne I leave memories good Joggers and role I leave whate left of well...
Areatha of sound
I. Aycox.
j ,
of To the tuba section. You can now I
one new computer because of tape. the athletic Department Strive for
mind and weak body would like The world's all
the one that exploded the first of BHS I leave all have my chair. Also] a year'ssupply and yours-
time I used It. To Mr. Brown to leave Ruthell Smith a bookon my broken bones, s'prained ankles of value oil. To Buggy success know makeit
how to get a ring from your I leave an Instant pitch finder happiness.RED We you'll
And wish ing I leave one box of absentees twisted knees, and other
you man, to Mary Helen] DeSue,
with my name engravedon I enjoyable Injuries. In hopes that and the back seat on the band better.
leave a year's supply of -
-ti continuingsuccess. them. To Billy Bigham I and enough pencils!! to paper get someone else] might find them bus. Also a return trip to Pan- I

w A. leave my animal] calls and a through the To Gerald- more enjoyable than I did. To ama City, remember the 1st I

pair of levies with Ms Initialson ine Hendrieth year.I leave a good Mr. Karow I leave a math pro trip and all the fun we had
the back To blem ten that has To Debra
pocket. Dennis pages long with "Auntie Hlgg.
book how
to and
on get a man
Crawford I leave a book on I Mildred no answer. And last and most Vickery and Stormy Reed I
keep him. leave to Starke Builders
how to lie with a straight face. Perkins .4th grade arithmetic I leave to my little sister a leave a reserved spot In the
Garage To Sue Edwards I my ]lot vf happy times sad lunch. To
leave a new book. To Annette DeSue and times, band hall during o-
dress In hopes she will wear Sharon Hanker son, I leave a and,the hope that she can find titers of the band hall for ALVAREZService

Kenny ThompsonU. it Instead of her Jeans. I now picture of me to be remem- her way in a troubled world. lunch bunch Darlene Hobbs Supplies Inc.

S. 301 North Doyle Conner leave BUS to those with enough bered by. To Mrs. Crowson I Fayanne Farabee, Larry David Station ,
to I, Denise Suzanne ] and
nerve stay. Winkler Andrews, Diane Moore
leave a hope for a better class
I, Lamar Priest, being of next being of spacey mind and un- William McKInney I leave many

insurance Agency mind ((7)and little hope of having I, Debbie year. Jones, being of no porportioned body leave BItS more of those good times anda

another computer class like mind and a lot of body do Under-garden gladly. To Kay book of those (ughll!) Jokes. I

ours with all Lawtey boys and hereby leave BUS. To Debbie Turner I leave the book "Howto also leave to Larry David Dar --
--- -- ----- an IBM booklet on how to remove Survive Your--- Senior Year" lene and Fayanne free passes -

fingernails from .402'a. !
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fft4LcflRIsTIAM Casey ElectedTo



WI7HMENSION nerd PresbyterianGe AssemblyThomas

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N A e. a.n.= L. Casey Jr.. a rul- a
.M CWNMI ing elder In the First Presbyterian -

Church of Starke, has
been elected by the Presby-

"The Powerful Word of Cod" are words of Jesus. The Wordof tery of Suwannee as a Commissioner -
Cod will cause) sinners to to the lllth meeting CONCKEGATIONAL HOLINESS. CHURCH OF CHRISTAT
of the General Assembly of the CHURCH OF GOD FIRST PRESBYTERIAN JORDAN MISSIONARY
see their sin and to confess CHURCH MELROSE
The Word of God Is recorded 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. BAPTIST MISSION
Presbyterian Church in the U.S. Sunday School. 9:45
It and "if confess : a.m.
we our School 9:45
In the Bible. It Is essential ; Sunday : a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng U.S.: 301 North, behind Taste
sins, he is faithful and Justto The meeting will be held June Morning Worship U s.m. Youth Morning Worship, II a.m.Youth Schedule of Services: II
for aspect of the Worship, 11 Sunday
a.m.
every Freez Drive In. Sunday
sins and 13-20 at Massanetta Springs, Fellowship S p.m.Choir Practice *
forgive us our Service 6:00 p.m.Evening Worship Sunday' Bible Study 10:00
spiritual life. It is necessary 7 Youth Night Service
Evening
p.m. Worship
School, 10a.m.
Va. The General Assembly Is Wednesday 8
to cleanse from all pjn.
unrlgti- 11:00
us 7 Worship
Morning a.
that we shall have faith in It p.m.Thursday Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer 11 and 7 Prayer a.m.
eousness" a John 1:9). the highest court of the Presbyterian -Rev. Robert D. Burch a.m. p.m.
and It and : night Prayer Meet ''m., Evening:: Worship, 7:00: p.m.
and learn It use system of government.Mr. Meeting, Friday, 7:30: p.m. Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes
The Word of God encouragesthe 7:30: p.m. All other Evenings 8:00: p.m.
work In _
permit its power to Rev. Y.W. Kldd, pastor.
Casey Is signally honored CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
pilgrim the
weary along Ivy Luke Pastor day.Leroy
and through our heart and E.L. CHRIS 1IAN
Olive HAMPTON
rough way of life. I am con- and the Starke church Is pleased pastor,
lives vinced that one who takes the that one of Its local membershas SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Grlffls, associate pastor. CHURCH

The Word of the of thoughts God "Is and a dls-intents Word of God into his personal been elected to this high BAPTIST CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST ing Worship, 11.Training Union Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-

cerner of the heart" Hebrews life can testity to the wordsof honor. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Sunday School 9:30: ; Training 6:30. Evening Worship. 7:30. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship, II a.m. Evening

2:12)( It Is harper than a two- the psalmist who said "Thy : Sunday School. 10 a.m. Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Wor- LeRoy Dalrymple', Pastor BROOKER Worship, 7.-James Shaw, pastor -

edge sword.Often a single verse statutes have been my songsIn Batten Pleads Preaching, 11 a.m. Training Union ship 11 a.m.; Evening_ Worship. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship .
given at the right time and In the house of my pilgrim 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.i; Prayer Meeting 7:30: BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Services, II a.m. and 7
the right way can convict a age." (Psalms 119:54). 7 p.m.Everyone welcome. Wednesday. Sunday School, 10 a.m, Morn- p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
soul of his wrong doings and Not Guilty -Wilbur Dyess, pastor Pastor Rev. Robert West. loa Worship. U a.m. Evening; Rev. Lacy Conway, Pastor BROOKER FLA.

turn him unto God. -J.C. Brown Jr. Minister Of Assault Worship, 7:30 p.m.; Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun
This powerful word has this First Christian Church CHURCH OF GOD Meeting, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol -

newer to convert the Soul."The OF PROPHECY, BROOKER NEW RIVER BAPTIST -Rev. J.C. Saunders pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Superintendent. Training
law of the Lord Is perfect con- Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Worship, II a.m. and 7 nlon, 6:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas
verting the soul" (Psalm 19:7): Cemetery Fund Lewis Batten, 57, of Clay Ing Worship II a.m. 'Young Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Training MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Director. Worship Services. II
As the apostle Paul said, the Hill, pleaded not guilty to a People's Service 0 p.m. Union, 7 P.m. Evening Worship Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday p.m.Rev.. John Ross, pastor a.m., 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw mu-
gospel of Christ Is the powerof Nears $10,000Halfway charge of assault with Intentto Evangelistic Service, 7 p.m. 8 pjn. Wednesday Night School, II a.m. Morning Worship sic director.
God unto salvation to every- commit murder when arraigned Wednesday Prayer Meeting. service 7:30: p.m. Everyone 6 p.m. Training Union EVERGREEN BAPTIST

one that believes, regardless of MarkThe before Clay County 7:30: p.m. Come and worship welcome. 7 P.m. Evening Worship. Highway 125, Northwest of HEILBRONN BAPTIST
L.L. Parker pastor
who one is. Judge T.J. Rivers In Green with us. Wednesday730PrayerSer: CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.
Sunday 10
Lawtey School
There is no other written Cove Springs on June "s. -Rev. Bobby Harris, paste vices. Morning Worship 11:15. Sun-a.m. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. 'ft I
word that has such power to Bond was set for $3,001, anda PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper, Pastor Service Morning Worship, 11. Training
day Night 7:30 k
p.m.
change one's life. John said, Crosby Lake Cemetery preliminary hearing will be GREATER BETHLEHEM Sunday School, 10 a.m. Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Ser
Trust Fund is approaching the held before Judge Rivers at FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday Prayer Meeting,
"Now ye are clean throughthe Morning Worship 11 a.m. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH vice. 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
word which I have spoken half-way mark on Its goal of 2 p.m. Thursday June 10. Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sunday Services Booster Band, Young Sunday School 9.43: a.m.; 7:30: p.m. Rev. Albert Knight, Service, 7:30.:

unto you" Uohn 15:3): These $20,000, A.J. Thomas Sr., The assault charge resulted School. 9:30: : Morning ; People, and Prayer Service), 6 Morning Worship lla.m.EvenIng pastor. -Rev. L, Tommy Howe
treasurer of the Crosby Lake from an attack allegedly made U.; League, 4pmNitServlce
p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Worship, 7p.m.;W d.Prayer '
Joe Tondinstm Cemetery Assn., Inc., announced by Batten on two Clay County 6 p.m. -- Rev. Jasper Williams Midweek Service, Wednesday. Meeting and Bible Study, 7 LAURA BAPl'IST CHVKCII! pastor."I
yesterday.The sheriffs .pastor Sunday. School, 9:43: : a.m.
deputies when they 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland, p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. ;,
Services Held total received to date isonly3$345 drove up to his home on June 1 Pastor. G.F. Prevatt pastor. Everyone Morning Worship, lla.m.Even CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
Mr. Thomas halt to investigate circumstances FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome. ing Worship, 7:30: p.m. Mid- LATTER DAY SAINTS
At JohnstownFuneral 75 short of the surrounding a "family dispute" STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH week Bible Study, Wednesday, 1404 E. Bessent Road I
way milestone. reported by Batten's wife 7:30: p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a.
Sunday School 9:45: Morning )
; 100 at Theressa
Since the last published list, As the officers, Allen Trew Worship II Junior and Senior (O Highway Be_ In church Sunday. m. Sunday Sch >|, 10 a.m. Sacra -
; School- a. Morn- CHRISTIAN CHURCH
services for Joe Sunday n. FIRST
contribution have been received and Archie .1..nl. t II)
Padgett approachedBatten' Frank
MYF Jarvis p.m.
Tomlinson, Sr., 69, were held groups 6 P.m. Ing Worship 11 a.m. Train- Sunday Service:Sunday School pastor.ST. .
from: Ray H. Carter mobile home, half a Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal !Monday !Mia 7:30 pjn.
at 2 Sunday in the Johns- ing Union 6:30: p.m. ; Even- 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship,
p.m. :
and
Louisville, Ky.; Dr. Mrs.M. mile off Highway 318 at Clay 7p.mPrayer Meeting Tuesday Primary 4:30: p.m.
town Baptist Church with Rev Ing Worship 7:15: p.m. 10:45: a.m. Evening Service,7:15:
Chandler Stith
Arlington, Hill, he Is said to have opened Wednesday Relief
7:30 Chancel Choir Rehearsal Services MARY'S CATHOLIC Society
;
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting,Sun-
C.F. Durrance officiating Interment Youth Group
Va.; Mrs. Harold C. Wall, St. fire on them with a high-pow- '7:45. p.m. 7:30: p.m.
followed In Mt. Zion 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle 6:30 CHURCH, MACCLENNY
day : p.m.
Autustine Charles E. Jesse
; Knight, ered rifle. The officers radioed -DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr. 12 D. Branson, Branch
Swift Creek Cemetery with Winter Haven;_ and Mrs. Virginia for reinforcements and Batten Packham, pastor. -J.C. Brown minister Sunday Mass noon. Holy President.
Brannon Funeral Home of Lake :Day Mass, 5:30: p.m.
Darby, Mrs. H.C. Ritch, surrendered when approached
Butler in charge.Mr. Mrs. L.D. Vlnlng Mrs. Kate from three directions by abouta LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL

Tomllnson died In a Lake- Sheppard, and the John II. Powell dozen officers 11OLINESBCHURCU r--- -,..,. .-......r :------
land hospital after an extended Estate all of Starke. The deputies reported that Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; ---liiitliiitliiiiiIlUiniuilliiijjliiii iiliiiiii liiitliiimuiiiiilii
Illness. He was born in Bradford Persona wishing to contributeto Batten had a total of six guns Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth i
County, where he lived the fund may mall donations and a large quantity of am- Service 8 pjn.j. Evening Worship iI
until moving to Lakeland 29 to Mr. Thomas at Box 368 munition In his possession at 7 p.m.Tuesday. I
years ago. He was a member Starke. the time of his arrest. Prayer Meeting 7:30: DESTINATION ?
of the Baptist Church. The Association also suggests Pending the preliminary P.m.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. that the families of deceased hearing he Is at liberty under -Rev. W.B. Chauncey.pe.tor. J
Ida Tomllnson, Lakeland; five persons who wish to $3,001 bond. ,
sons, and three daughters. Also assist some worthy cause In NORTHSIDE BAPTIST I
CHURCH Postal employees do their best to interpret f
surviving are two brothers, lieu of other tokens of sympathy -
Naon Tomlinson, Lake Butler that Sunday Morning Worship, I the addresses, written
and Seeber Tomlinson, Jacksonville may request memorials e e e 9:45; Sunday School 11. Sunday accurately on our ,:

; two sisters, Mrs. Lu- Lake Cemetery be made Fund to the for Crosby per- decline Perhaps in the long-lamented Evening Worship, 6p.m.Training I mail. However, !some are so hastily writ t'
the letter-
art of
la Norman, Starke, and Mrs. Union 7:30.Thursday : .
Emma Smith, Lake Butler; 20 petual writing will be halted as correspondents Teachers and Of- ten and so poorly' addressed that they may .
try to think of ficers Meeting 6:30. Prayer
:
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren. care.r prose that will Justify the Meeting 7:30.Edward never reach their intended destination. A I

i 11g5 ry lL: price of the stamp. C. Harvey, pastor I good many people go hastily through Ii fl'. .


Mrs. LaUennan fin Department. PINEHILt METHODIST,CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH II not realizing that they are headed in the )

HOMECOMINGAT '. wrong directiqp.} The church 'point.the
i
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ,

Services HeldIn The Kingsley Lake VolunteerFire Homecoming RAIFORD will BAPTIST be observed .. Ing Worship 6 pjp. 11 Evening a.m' Youth Worship Service vi'' way; salvation. ..and, desires that all should -.. .
: .r
Department will hold open Sunday June 13, at the Ral- : e
Jones ChapelMrs. 7:30 p.m. choose the way of our Lord and Saviour
fire stationon
house In the new ford Baptist Church. All .
State Road 230 (Kingsley friends, former pastors, and Rev. Neal Starling pastor TAKE TIME: FOR THE LORD

Clara Marie Latter- Village) Saturday June 12,from members are cordially Invited. I
9 to 5 Dinner will be ATTEND CHURCHtin
a.m. p.m. served after the
86 of Starke, died Tuesday BAPTIST CHURCH .
man, AIRPARK
Fire Chief John L. Bradley morning service. All membersand
June 1, after an extended Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-i.
Jr. said that a truck demon- friends Invited
are cordially ow
I IJOIIN
She was born in Brooklyn ,
Illness.
Ing Worship, ;
stration of water pumping will e.WedEvening
N.Y. on Nov. 3, 1884 and Worship, 7 pm11 ; li
be given at U a.m. and 3 p.m. .
had lived near Starke for the er Meeting and Bible Study '
Refreshments will be served .. g. : _.
past 24 years, moving here during the day by members of MADISON STREET '7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- ::o.t /:1-_u_< Ji ,
from New Jersey. the Ladles Auxiliary. BAPTIST CHURCH f'!!every Monday, 7 p.m. .
:
Surviving are two sons, Joe The public is invited to visIt Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. G.F. Prevail pastor. Everyone l :\t' t?J I
Renner of Starke, and Louis Morning Worship at 11. Train- Welcome. (
the fire station during the : ; '
Renner Brooklyn N.Y.; three ing Union 6:15: ; WMU Prayer hunk h God i oopointri, n".., In ihli 'i-I I
sisters, Mrs. Josephine Goree, open house and view the truck Circle, 7:15: ; Evening Worship CATHOLIC 1 Q ..dd, ,for Iiwd'n' ,lilt h..I"',.ft, Hit I... v
EDWARD'S
and other ST. t
Santa Rosa CaRL; Mrs. Anna equipment.ADD 7:30.: t 1:( Iff mm.ond of/Hit Amend. ,Itf non/10 mpondto I:dt dtr4

McMams, Brooklyn N.Y., and Monday Youth Choir Practice CHURCH, STARKE r4 Hwt tow 1, ,lo.lnf" hu mililor,| Without,' ,' 'tI .
Father James Cregan,,pastor.
Mrs. Amelia: T. Roberts,Boyn- 7 p.rn.Tuesday 'Mill |fO.ndm, Ifl Hit .lovo ol/ G,d,. .. were, .
ton Beach. MACHINE ROLLS Mission Friends Saturday Mass. 7 p.m.Sunday t 1'f: .Tent 01 Hdrtr .., d' ue' *',,11"'nine I, t tI
Funeral services were held File Folderi, complete line ef Girls In Action, Acteens, 3:36p.m. : Mass, 10 ojn. Holy Day Mass, 'A'' ......... Ofld 'Iht ,IrHdomt' .hih, .. Hold, .. ,

at 10 a.m. Thursday June 3, floe supplies.-The Tetetraph.Ph 7 p.m. 6 I lV S dooi win ....110", (triiti Tkoioloio. XF I
In Jones Memorial Chapel 96..0305. Wednesday Family Night Confessions -- Saturday 1 ,from o MlAUi..point'of,viow. .ono ihould.. ,." I f}
followed by cremation. DeWitt Supper 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting pjn. t I Iho. Omh, h.l ,Ik, who .1 thi ..11./ ,. ol, hi ,

C. Jones Funeral Home was in TYPEWRITERS Manual of 7:30; Church Choir Practice, School Grade of School Religion: Sunday 11 tQ/ ..II'"d tut romp, ., lorxid Itiot .... I rt .
-- 1Carl
charge of arrangements Electric. For ale or rent. 8:30Denton: sm. to 12 noon. i I:i Iv',., ptnon ifiovld.. .".14 ..< oortKipoto,.. (

Bradford County Tclerraph. Sumrall pastor High School -- Wednesday t o tfio (liinh. ,...... H Hill Hio Imth, .. .. Q I II I II

7 to 8 p.m. I l 1m..l mo, '..,".! on* d.illn,, ,lit tivth '
.
i j' elope nil, ul turn h." to II.. 01 kid ol j,

I LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT3rd ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL> I. ill Cod I

CHURCH STARKE ._-_ "I\-.... _l\."_' -'-l.:4>, .:.T"_:< ".
drivers class gave Brooker to Miss Linda Edwards I leave my fingernails In hopes HHolyEaclriit : 11I1111
period I Baldrei 1971-72. To my sister Donna that they may come In handy. let and 3rd I (...... ... .... I If
him. leave
Cheryln and to Sandra Edwards leave To Becky; Jackson I leave Lit- Sundays, U ajn. Morning Prayer -
all my Good Luck In V.O.E. the Melvin & Edwards Loop tle Women's Club Presidentand 2nd 4th and 5th Sunday f !
!
!! !! !
I Diane Thomas, being of rattled forever. To my baby brother good luck because "she's .ULm.EYgStaldays. __.....________._______ __ __ ______

mind, and tired body, do Gary I leave a pair of tom gonna need It." To Becky Jack- I p.m
hereby leave BUS with the hopes up tennis shoes, a map to Hell- son, Ray Daughtery Brenda
of never returning To Donny brom Springs, and a shiny red Griffin Wayne Starling, Sher- -John M. Flvnn Rector 1
Wise and George Barton leave tricycle. To Jenlse Jones I ry Cowart, and Jerry Dyal t STARKE "66"

one bottle of liquid paper in leave Tartan swinging on a vine I leave all our crazy discussions FLORIDAEST
hopes that they will not have, without Jane. To Darlene Luke, and good times In 7th ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL SERVICE
to use It as much as I did. I I leave a yellow wagon with period. To Wayne Starling I church, starke i
also leave them SPUNKY! In no wheels. And to Jimmy Out leave his strawberries and hay holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd Kill Edwnrds Ph. 964.7231

hopes they can keep him In law. I leave a bottle of black to pick and ball himself and Sunday, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer The Truing
line next year, and not lose hair color for his beautiful to Jerry Dyal leave one kiss 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday, OMIROL
too many chair legs. To Den- bonde hair. To Natalie ulck- on my wedding day. To Beverly 10 a.m. --" -.. lIeadlightdJusUnl(
nis Rhoden. I leave Andrews sail Sherrle Hinton. I leave Strunk and Debbie Casey I -John M. Flynn, Rector A OlI.t0..
Drug Store and the hopes that the 6th seat on Bus 12 for their leave Kingsley Lake including Brake Service

some day he will become owner own use. To Greg Douglas I Camp Blanding and my beat up Mont Phone 964.6111
Instead of garbage man. I also leave an electric hand scrat- Mustang. To Chuck Teuton FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Wheel llalnnce andAlignment

leave Mm the many memoriesof cher for his own personal use. and Greg Douglas, I leave the :539: E. Call St. Starke Fla.
my riding to school with him To Robin Parrish I leave a dollar I owe them and a ride INDEPENDENT HAMPTON
morning, and arriving clock he leaveSandra's Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mor- 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE FREE
every great big so can from Brooker to Starke. To Phone 964-5745 for AIR CONDITION SERVICEAU
30 minutes before the bell ning Worship 11 a.m. Sunday
pair of scissors to Bottle Underhill I leave my
rang. To Mr. Clertcuzlo leave cut their ugly hair with. And Trl Gamma Jersey. To the Trl! Evening Bible Study 6:30 p.m. Hlwsjr 301 and 100 Inspections and Estimates !Minor Repairs

a book entitled "First GradeWriting" to all the Brooker Bombers I Gamma Club I leave Prom Evening Service, 730.: tit S. Temple Starke
and the hopes that leave a 1971 school bus, so weekend. It'll be the greatest Bible Study-Prayer Meeting, 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
some day he will conquer It! maybe they can get to schoolon weekend of your life. To Faye Wednesday, 7:30: p.m.
To Mr. :Costello I leave all time. And last of all I leave Ann Farabee, Renee Carter,and Melvln Hamel, pastor
the math problems he tried dear ole BHS Teresa Strickland I leave one
to teach me, and the abilityto Will and Testament of Curtis chair and one table to themselves FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDS BRADFORD

half way understand them. Flowers I will l my handwriting In hopes they won't talk STARKE

I also leave him the hopes of and printing to Vanessa so much. To Ronny Hall I leave Opportunities for service SUPPLIES: Inc. Grocery and Market ABSTRACT CO.
Williams and Joyce Lane :
always having a moo-juice the best of luck to a good
break 2nd period every day. t am leaving my drafting pin looking guy. To Andy Harvey ing Sunday Worship School at II-, 9:45 sermon: ; Morn"In Groceries Meats Feed Keller Service For Your
and and to Ace Hardware
I leave to Terry Brown, a paper drawing and Ann Starling I leave love The Spirit of Christ" Featuring
book on "How to handle Women Clevefcnd Morris and Russel and happiness. To Robin Par- Evening: Baccalaureate Service Paint:Suppliesand GAS AND OH* Title Problems
In One Easy Lesson" and the McCray. I will my looks to rah I leave my black comb and Bradford Complete
Velma Mitchell and Elaine Sandra To Cent Tucker High School Stadium Jack and EdwardsU. Abstracts
hopes that Us girl problems Edwards. No service at the church. Sporting Good Gladys
will decrease In the ;yean to Sherman. I leave "One free lesson
come. To Mrs McCartha.. I I, Robyn Joy Warren, leave In dating" To Mr. Keathley 5:30 Monday Youth- Trustees Meeting S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance
leave Tomorrow. BHS, but before I leave there : p.m. Choir 7. "Check, With V* Firat"Zit
Tomorrow and the hopes Tomorrow that are a few things I would like I leave my memories and American Wednesday Family night PHONE 964.5312 I5.H \\. Call Ph. 964-6aRl
History Book to Mr. Supper 6 p.m.; Prayer Meet- Washington St. 64.5270
It will come. Last but not to leave behind to Joey Bennett ,
least to the'Seniors of '72' and Linda Edwards. Heave Browning and Gary leave my"name" Ing, RA Meeting, 6:30: ; Teach
the. hope. that their last not the problems Roger and I "my house". and my ers and Officers Meeting 7:15: ; o
year best And last but Church Choir Practice 815. CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
will not be ss comollcated as had here but the happiness and wishes. by :
ours "POWER TO THE love we did find "From out no means least.To Mark Har Thursday Church-wide visitation -
PEOPLE! here" I see Jimmy Andrewsand denbrook I leave the band bus, 7 p.m. Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members .Live Better.
Mike King on their way to I some vitamins to make Mm -W.A. Hogan pastor KleetrUnr"
I, Charlene Melvin, being of the top. To Sissy Long I leave big and strong and this "Bug- -Keystone Heights. .-Phone 473-4911

sound mind leave BHS. But Lee Hardenbrook and a coke gy" you may be little, but.you
first I leave the title of Miss I owe her. To Trlsh Myers sure get around test." .

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r By GLORIA Hilitesl I r News NotesBy motion by Councilman Gay
I
PU.. Call 473.3288 I t : Livingston dances Tuesday to continue night at to Keystone allow

Helen Egan Beach "but without am.pllricatlon"

GARDEN CLUB of the musical Instruments -
and Mre
Stttchberry J.M.
.
The Garden Club of the Lakes Wrinkle. FELLOWSHIP[ CLUB eral of the officers' chairs, lost by a 3-2 vote

held Its annual luncheon and Installation Due to circumstances occur- the honorees were Invited to ; '' i 4Keysfon Tuesday night and the beach

of officers on Thurs- Ing during the past several days, a fancy dress ball, and recessedIn Hangar Nears Completion R management was given "one

day, May 27, at the Keystone a change has been made In the order to prepare their costumes JS more chance" to come up witha
Heights Woman's Club. GOLF COURSE of the Fellowship for the On ? less noisy band.
programming party. entering s Airport' nw .t..1 l hangar Is roaring com "
Arrangements of Gloriosa Lilies Mrs. J, Chesslngton, out business and luncheon held June members and guests pletion Jltfftll't //" i'aul :Smysor: operator ot me
day lilies and Ivey were going President of the Ladies 10 at 12:30 at the Lions Club. were amazed at the beauty; of at a cost ol! approximately $50,000, Airport Chairman beach pavilion, whose dances

used 'as centerpieces on the Golf Association for the Keystone Mrs. Thelma DIxon of the their 'costumes, first Verna Roy Watkins reported at Tuesday's council meeting. KEYSTONE have been a controversial topic

four 'tables, and tiny pots of Heights Golf and Country Neighborhood Service Centerof Brice, P.M. as the Fairy God- Its neat appearance will be In marked contrast to the In Keystone for many months,
begonias marked each place Club, hosted the luncheon meetIng said that Gay's motion wouldbe
'
Bradford County has reques- mother with wand HEIGHTS
glistening
setting. onThursdaylastweekNew- present dilapidated (facility that "welcome flier to Keystone ; the "death knell" for the
ted that a later date be set and a mask. Mrs. Jessie Mae
Following the Invocation! by officers Installed were: President for her guest appearance, when Hicks, the queen, with her gold Height as shown in picture at right. FLORIDA dances since "you can't have

the Chaplain, Mrs Nettle Martha Hayes, Vice she will have much more constructive en crown, followed by Prince any music, even records, with-


Stltchberry eon was served., a delicious Mrs. Barker lunch President, ,Mary Voncllle Arnold Kekh; Treasurer ;Secretary The entire information staff of the to report.Center Charming The stand-in, G.for W. Vincent Garris,Brice P.M. :..5...::S\vS'k':: ;..:>k.L......:.....t.....\'CLr:....,....:'.::..."YS.....;."....,....-.....;.."..M".....'..iw:..:...'M...<+..S\'rkKC': :....uGS.w'1E:,,"" ....,.,.,":'XO'oo .."'"'""'.".....: ../! out On amplification.a roll call vote" Livings

recognition! to all of the Virginia Corey and Handicap i ;; ton and Huntley Redfearn Jr.
gave ; spent one day last week, and carried his bow and arrow as ,
past presidents attending and Chairman Helen Wallace. the summer program for underprivileged the Love INDIAN BEACH voted for the non-amplification!
cupid, ever keeping
thanked all of the 1970-71 officers youth and Head Theme bright. I I motion, with Roy Watkins, Ev-
and committee chair- erett Fox. and Joy Baker voting
Start will bo taking shape In

men fo r their cooperation. She the next two weeks. Through the gave Each most of appropriate the honored repons-guests ".".'..".....v .-S Lake SinU/ Fe) .,.;&..,4..::IGS':...n.:,...+rk'X: .'.'t:Y.#. ....\tvi:::. nay. Effect of the vote was
Past-President's By Michael II. ChUb allow to have another
presented HERE N' THERE Manpower division, 90 youth for the and its to Smysor
i pin to Mrs. William Warren. The Couples Class of the may be able to be gainfully es meaning., Mrs.courtesy Brice read a Phone 47S-H12 dance this, Saturday, but Chair

A letter of thanks was received Keystone Heights Community; employed on the many pro- Your man Fox Issued a stern warning -
"Let Not
{ from ,, the Junior Class of Key- Church Sunday School will spon- jects of the Center, In cooper poem entitled, Greetings, friends and neighbors Walker is spending a few days round here. Everyone who has that [if any complaints were
Heart Be
stone Heights High School for Troubled. from your feeling-fine with the Carpenters. been trying em' has been havIng registered concerning excessive -
sor a Patio Sale on Saturday, ation with business and pro- Mrs. Hicks'[ theme was "Loyalty" -
the Garden Club's help' In June 19, in the vicinity; of the fessional purple Mr. Garris carried In Rolling-Reporter. Things are Raymond and Gladys Mal good results.Griffin's shore amplification of the music
decorating for the JuniorSenior Post Office They sell There Is considerable bus- going along pretty good round purs of Jacksonville were down Lodge (east "I will\ call a special
any- his pocket a splendid verse here Our Santa .'e), are the ones who
sick are getting over the weekend at their lake council[ meeting early next
prom.
thng donations consi iness to take at this meeting
or on up which touched the heart of everyone -
better, Ule weather's nice, and home. are keeping us up to date on week." The Implication
Mrs. A.W. Simpson, Horticulture !- gnment. Articles may be left namely the acceptance of A followed in the was
Chairman for District at the church office between Mrs. Mary Wilcox resignationof party there's no need of complaIning[ Mrs. Quanlta Overstreet, the Shcllcrackers. They reported that Die dances would be halt-
in the Hall with sociability -
IV, Florida Federation of Car- the hours of 8:30 and 1st Vice-President due to Banquet refresh I know you're all proud tc Barbara Barrows, and tJJe Fra- the Stiellcrackers were ed If sound was not drastically
a.m. and fine
den Clubs, Installed Mrs. J.M. 1:30: p.m., Monday: through Friday her need of medical attention. hear that Joyce Barton ant sler family, all\ from Jacksonville on the beds good, and are bItIng reduced.

Wrinkle, President; Mrs. M. or call the Church Office ments. her sister, Lucille Lovell, are spent the weekend with best early !In the morn The council had taken prac-
who been
Members have on
II. Falkel Vice-President, If articles'to EASTERN STAR both doing fine following the Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Barrows.Mr. ings. Monday, Roy Griffin guided tically the same action a month
want be time
for
you the sick list some Gainesville
Mrs. John J. Sullivan, Second picked The OES Chapter met onJune Mrs. Kidney Transplant and Joyce and Mrs. Barrows were in Dr. Uraunlnger of ago, when Smysor warned that

Vice President: Mrs. Jay W. up.Wally Mulhoffer was sur- 1 In the Chapter room of the were Lillian recovering Norwood still nicely.trying to should be home by now. ThisIs [ Jacksonville a couple of days and they caught 9 Bass the dances would be halted unless -
Ellis and EmIly certainly an answer to prayer during the week. and 30 Shcllcrackers. Roy noise was reduced.
Secretary Mrs.
Masonic As
; prised Sunday evening when a Temple. per cus gain strength, acted as hostess fishing
ison'freasurer. jroup of close friends tom, the chapter honored Past for the refreshment hour. Mrs. when God works a miracle Friends will be happy to hear caught 19 Shellcrackcrs, Smjsor pleaded Tuesday night
gave Thursday
Mrs. Wrinkle presented him a birthday[ and Grand Officers[ of the Grand such as tills through the handsof George Ellis Is back home now. alone Wednesday. that he had tried to have the
party; sup- Hazel McKay was reported :
Past-President's pin to Mrs. He Chapter of Florida. Following man. All I can say Is Praisethe He was in the Veteran's Administration and Friday, Hay guide bands reduce amplification at
5er. was with
presented and
Improved expected -
'Barker.1I0stess greatly Lord, for He truly Is still Hospital In Lakl Mrs. Carl Dykes andhlrs.F'redDvkea the last three dances, but with-
Ralph
business conducted
l gift by the friends chapter by
r attending: home soon, and that she of Brunswick Ga., and
for the luncheon were The Woman's Organization of Worthy Matron Mattie Lee did as she arrived next day, In the Miracle-working busin City, following a heart attack. out success. He said that he
ess. We all certainly hope havea they brought In 165 nice Shell was getting a different! band
Mrs. Kelly Greeson, Mrs. G. he Community Church has seta Kingsbury and Worthy Patron Wednesday, the 2nd. At this you
W. Richardson Jr. Mrs.Nettle the speedy recovery, George. cracl-ors. Hay caught 30 fishIng this weekend, and had engaged
tentative date for their Annual Floyd Koons Chapter reports reporting on June 6, Hazel was
Sarah and Quincy Taylor alone Saturday morning. one with the reputation of being
,
and business
Bazaar which will be FrI- completed, doing well at home, and able
day, Nov. 5, from 9 a.m. to It was closed, and an Honor to enjoy! some company. PERSONALSOur their daughter and their grand- "the quietest" available.
FISH KILL "
5 Courtesy was extended to the children of Waycrons, Cu., are if there are still complaints,
p.m.Mr. Mrs. Daisy Hall Is slowly
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS I and Mrs. J.W. Slmeral Past Grand Officers, Mrs.Verna gaining at Bradford Hospital. visiting cooled oft staying In a cabin on our lake For quite some time now, I will\ get rid of the bands entirely -
dead Speckled Perch have been
and records for
this use
week.
Brice who is Worthy Grand somewhat last week. Thursday
were visiting and
Carlson also
celebrating Mrs. R. Is a patient "
the of
We'd like to extend welcome floating up to shores music, Smysor said. 1 don'twant
with Ada of the General GrandChap- visited Johnny a
James by -
McCrary on his there, as is Mrs. Dolly night, we were
Santa Fe Lak .. After search-
to Mr. and Mrs. who to do anything to make
birthday.( Also attending the ter and Past Grand Matron of Burton following an automobile and Ida Roberts of Orange Bruce
celebration were: Mr. and Mrs. the Grand Chapter of Florida; accident the Sunday before Springs, and their son and have purchased the Prtdgen Ing fur a for reason awhile for this oc-father the people" of Keystone un-

Randall Bradley] of Jackson Past Grand Patron Vincent The Chapter season is aboutto daughter-in-law Mike of Win- home on the east shore ot curance my happy.

ville, :\McCrary's: daughter Brice was unable to be pre- close and so Worthy Matron ter Haven. Jerry Turner visited Santa Fe.Dick \ James got a reasonable Dan Richardson, a residentof
Game
from Warden. Park-of-the-Palms
DIRECTORY and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. sent, but a stand-in accepted KIngsbury reported on herMatron's us awhile Saturday. Sunday and Betty Collier and answer a on
As noticed the
'' family, Mrs. Fvelvn: Collier. you probably Brooklyn Lake said heoperateda
Clyde McCrary, and Janet and for him, Past Grand Patron, project for the year. Buddy and Merle Ellis were :
Jimmy of Mlddleburg, and:Sirs G.W. Garrlsh, and Past Grand In cooperation with Ule Melrose supper guests of my parents, Mrs Alice >''i(cjiardson; and :\Ir, '>;pecks never did eo' on the radio station In Orange Park
'd" -> '
( nd tie! and had been "In electronics"since
and :Mrs. Bi": Comaii spawn as > isu-
Matron Otis "rlf all
Aleda Cardenas. of last year, Mrs. Jes- Masonic Lodge members, a while I spent the day with
S.E McKAY. REALTOR sie Mae Flicks These Past will be Installed Melton. Memorial[ )Di> weekend "guestsof diH,' do. As a result of this 1950.:> lie said there was
Everyone in Keystone is delighted sound-system
Jackie Lanier and abnormality; their ere sacs no way to operate a dance In
son Bub-
Grands were all from Gainesville in the Chapter during Mr. & Mrs. Charles Walker ,
4'9.4816Appraisal to welcome home Mrs room
Keystone Heights | burst. It Just happened that lake
ba and ; an open {pavilion on a
all
they enjoyed a Family
Chapter 44. and Mr. and Mrs. David
the "vacalon" of July, Augustand sons,
Service'Ike S.E. McKay after a lengthy l Reunion. there, was a fungus In the water without disturbing everybody;
Greetings were extended to The final Reid and Mrs. Helen
September. meet sons,
at the University; Medical (having some connectionwith the lake. He pointed out that
stay Mrs. Wolfe
Ruby and :Mrs.
Best in l.akefronHomes visiting chapter members, ing will be June 22. Walker and Miss Susan Yetter,
Center. Iva Smith and weather conditions), which water carries sound, even U
daughter Terri
Grand Treasurer, Mary Laura Some time before the closeof all of Jacksonville, and Strand
Acreages, RentalsASSOCIATES Mrs. A.B. Watson, the former Johnson; Mrs. George Putnam, June and families start on Mrs. Dolph Reddish and family of Starke, attended Ule Graduation was spread through the body the sound Is not amplified.(
AIken has been of these Specks Richardson said the dances
Angela of Stan Faulkner In Ma- through their
and
Chapter member Mrs.
visiting herparents while her their summer recreation pro- of Starke were Sunday visitors [- con, Ga. Stan Is Mrs. Wolfe's burst egg sac. We even found being conducted at the beach
Bee)
George Young who
was
\ husband attended National grams, the Melrose Masons of Mr. and Mrs. D.W.Carpenter grandson n ducK die from tating bugs oft were 'absolutely Incompa-
Mrs.' MelbA lIen 473- if 40 visiting for several days tile P Master Keeth announced, a family The occasion to
Guard Camp. Also visiting thti;! was these, fish. So the, fungus did tible" with the character and
C ot. J. Ch. llngton 47J.47l o I Aiken's is Mrs.. Aiken's sister Hector Ownbeys. Bee now lives[ dinner for Masons and celebrate Ueprthday[ of Mrs. quite a bit of damage. I planon atmosphere of Keystone\

L. 1. Ro6ln son 41S-4041' and former Keystoner, Mrs. in Orange City, but came to Stars. A committee was ap. Helen Walker and Mrs. Maj- FISHING !NEWS: giving you a detailed report !- I Heights.I He said he did not con

P."h l Cart 473-408B E.P. Menzen of Naples. Keystone to spend the Decora- pointed and announcement of orle Carpenter who are twins. Those Shellcrackers have on tills, as soon as I acquire sider the dances to be an hon-
I tion weekend, and to attend her the date will be reported la- Happy Birthday, you twol! Mrs. really been tear In' things up more details myself est attempt to meet the needs

.. late husband's grave. Both ... .
-- -- -- -- - - r-1 people and accused
ter.Past - -- -- -- - -- - - young
George and Bee were and are Matron
and Secretary
Chapter -

I GOSPEL MEETING i \ charter members of the Key- Bea Schroeder wrote MELROSEBy Uie continue council,,in of permitting actually themto contributing -
stone Heights
Chapter.
the Chapter a fine letter, reporting to a potential dangerto
I With multiple bundles of colorful I- on their new home and young people.

balloons attached to sev- the settling of same, has pro- Joyce Howe "It has been proven that excessive -

t JUNE 9-16 I gressed nicely and both sheand"Bill" noise Is harming the

are enjoying new friends MF.LKOSE ELEMENTARY till noon, for six weeks. Melrose expressed their disappointment hearing of our young people,"

Church of Christ t I Iat I HnsT B \ I and location. However, there SCIIOOL !NEWS Elementary School will because so few parents attended Richardson said. "A 200 watt

KEYSTONE! lI IGFIi1ISL'RCIIRev I was a spark of loneliness in Parents of children who have have arts and crafts, super this last meeting. amplifier, such as Is used by

t Lawrence Carroll, leaving all her friends of some not previously! been enrolledIn vised playground recreation, these rock bands can drive
Melrose t pas- 12 years. The date of the Robert school and are elglble for and first grade extension. Keglstration SCHOOL! PHESENTS you right out of your mind."

tor.Sunday School, 9:45: :> Morn Morris( Brlthday Dinner kindergarten and first grade for the summer pro SPItING: PROGRAM! He said that to hold the dan

t !\Vorshlpatll[ ;Church; Training has been changed to August 21. should be registered for gram will be on June 21. The Melrose Elementary ces in a closed building would

OF SERVICES 6:30: Evening classes. Forms for registration The final PTA Meeting for School students and staff pre be even worse, since the sound
SCHEpULE I Worship
7:30.: ; ,h ,,.alp,", -- are available at the school this school term was held :May sented their annual Spring> Program would be confined and thus have

Sunday June 13 Bible Study 10:00 Monday Youth Choir Rehearsal office and may be picked up 24, 7:30: p.m. Officers for the In the school gymnasium. more Impact One ear drums."
A.M.
: 7 fly \( at any time, but early regis- 1971 and 1972 school year were the program had been sche Al Watson, whose home adJoins -

Morning Worship 11:00: A.M. t Tuesday p.m.- Mission Friends, ('(, ) tration Is desirable. The sum- installed. Heports were given duled to bo held outside, but the beach property repeated -
.W n mer enrichment dates PTA activities fur the was held Indoors because of Uie
Evening Waship 7:00: P.M. Girls in Action, 3:13.: 'a' + program on. all his request that the dan
Wednesday Hour of Power are June 21 to July 30, 8 a.m. past school year. 1'11\ officers rain. ces be stopped unless the soundIs
) \ k' ; __ The program was opened by reduced and
greatly ,
\ quoteda
All Other (Prayer ) 7 Adult 1 u
Evenings 8:00: P.M. t Meeting p.m. ". : ti. .. the presentation of the Colors
:VffffffffffffffSUMMER: :::::::::::::>:::::r: .::;;....;:.: new state law which defines
Choir Rehearsal, 8 p.m. =!:;:: ::: ::::: :::::::-: ::::::::::::::%
Thursday Churchwlde[ Visitation. "l. Mi\e" intikc. more n..I l_<- POST 202Installation &: ?:: by a group of sixth grade girls excessive noise as a form of

t' fulling/ than proMinp./ :.Minimukri of the newly elected r: : .\SKETLL: ra under the direction of Vicki pollution and makes It subjectto

iiiurr n..iM" ..r.t'klnCIhun officers of Keystone Ison. control by statute.
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SUBJECTSJune Wednesday evening we began l building:' :Melrose American Legion Post The Kindergarten classes, Chairman Fox said he had

9 Wednesday God Is the first of a series[ of | 202 will be held Thursday,June By Jay Ellis, Jr. taught/ by :sire Sharon llajes visited the dance last Saturday,
studies on "The Holy Spirit". 17, at the post home In Keystone and :Mra. Diane Tldon sang two
found the noise excessive, and
June 10 Thursday Will Everyone Except The t Our pastor was able to secure Heights. A summer basketball league songs, "Our Flaand/ saw Mr. Smysor request the

Members Of The Church Of tapes from Campus Crusadefor H &V The following officers[ will[ will start Tuesday, June 29, "SprlngUme"l1ss: Jean Avery's band three times to cut down
Christ International, In be installed with 5th District first grade class presented -
t at the Keystone High School the volume.
Christ Go To Hell which Dr. William R. Bright Commander George Derrick of gym. rhythm band. ,\ musical ""11,ey would cut It down a

June 11 Friday Old Time Religion the founder of Campus Cru MotorsHighway Jacksonville Post 88 as install play, "The Tale of Peter Rabbit little while, and then I heard

sade speaks on "The Spirit ing officer: ," was offered by M rs. Margaret -
Are In the band ask
12 A someone the
Msnace
Drugs
June Saturday : Filled Life". Our next nro- M.n. Isenhower, Commander; Two games a night will be Denson's first grade

'June 13 Sunday Bible Study The Holy Spirit gram will be on "The Cleansed 21 North Jack Ilaberstroh, Finance Of- held everv Tuesday and Thursday class. :Next; a group of students young enough people and they U would it was shoutno. loud

Today' Life". Keystone Heights ficer; Earl Allshouse. Chap with[ four teams parti- from :Mrs. Charlene Whitford's
then they'd turn !It t up
CoAch will
pating. Hoy Bayless
Congratulations to eight of Phone lain; Gordon Baker, Service third and fourth grade
A 73-4400 ( 1 know tried
again.
t Morning Some Things In Hell our young people who are graduating Officer; Fred Clark, Sorgeant- direct[ the tour-team league, class demonstrated Uielrablllty, stop it," he told Smysor you "butI to
,
That Ought Be In Tha seniors this year; Lynn trms WEEK at-Arms; Ray Kongo, Historian, which will I* comprised of to read music and play flute- don't think you did a
Henderson, Jo Johnson, Gayle and Executive Hoard members: local basketball enthusiasts. very

I t. Church Wolfe, Mark! Jordan, Vanessa SPECIALS Issac Tyre and James Robin K-on't( on ["'II" 1 IlJ thi1. spciicm) good Fox Job.said that one resident


How Who And Nancy Proctor Baker, and Deb A uncial hour will follow, and league play and about the noise "but
14 Monday Baptism, Why one week of the girl
bie Cromer. Pontiac1969 all eligible veterans are! Invitedto tournament action. who answered the
tJune 15 Tuesday Problem Children Or Parents About 20 of our teenage and attend. Cromer G rUfuEngagement telephonecouldn't
hear what she said because
Junior girls and their Ventura 4-Dr. Hardtop Told
t guests
Attitude "
June 16 Wednesday Our Toward The of the noise.
attended the movIe "Two A Factory Warranty
Church Penny" in Gainesville last
Loaded With Extras -. -.c- In other action the council:
week. Ths movie was pro-
I'Y t Heard Terry King, represent
duced by World Wide Pictures
595.00 Learn To Swim of St. Anne's
ff CBllly Graham Evangelistic! ing the youth
Films) and contained scenes of vt'at I Fplscopal: Church request use
t.
Ford1968 ,of I the city park for recreation -
one of Dr. Graham's CrusadesIn
1 1t
Swim BetterS
or activities for young people
London, England where most Custom 4-Dr. Sedan 2 of all demonlmations. He

t. of Among the movie our was visitors filmed.last Sunday Nice! Auto. Trans. V8 : 'i'' Classes Each Tuesday! T was told to present a formal

t ., Wednesday Thursday. request from the church officials. -
morning were the following: Radio And Neaterll9.5.00 p. :

t Mrs. Doris Qulncey and Mrs. .a. Starting JUNE 29. In : 'I I .
.
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t.I Ruth II. Home from Gainesville ...... .- 1 Beautiful Modern 20x10 Agreed to get busy mowing(
Af ; Mr. & Mrs. Gerald L.
I 1 weeds on vacant property in
Turner & family, Susan Us- Ft. Pool In a Lovely Set 1I
Mercury1966 1I I town, and assess the cost a-
n "
.,.."' good and Mrs. Margaret Sut- ting. te.y,,,,, I gainer the owners, after notification. -
t.I ton from Jacksonville; Mr. & Monterey 4-Dr. Sedan I .
I Mrs. Warren Reddish & family Radio Advanced Swimming 9:00 To 9:30: A. :\1.
Heater Auto.
from Jesup, Ga.; Mrs. C, Intermediates 9:30: To 10:00: A.M.: Heard Mayor Ray Starnes report -

I' P. Rutishauser from Fernan- Trans, Power Steering, Beginners (group) 10:00: To 10:30: A. M. i that adequate financing Is
dlna Beach; and Mr. & Mrs. Power Brakes i available for "Our Country
t To 11:00 A.M.: 1
Private Lessons ((1 J or 2) lOy.10,
Harry H. Goodwin and Mrs. i Day" on July 3. He also announced

Joanne Roberts & children from 995.00 that City; Court Is being
Mr. and Mrs. George Phillip
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II"I Keystone Heights. CALL ABOUT ADULT CLASSES Cromer of Keystone Heights 'held each Friday at 7:30: pan.,

t We were also very pleased to Buick1963 the and and that persons with problems
announce engagement j
,. ,. ur I have Albert with Sunday
Dazey
us of their involving law enforcement are
approaching marriage j
I morning. Mr. Uazey recently Electra 225 4-Door MRS. FRED DODD Debra Ann to David Invited to discuss them at that
daughter
,
TCM WHEELER, PREACHER t t I In the\underwent NAS major surgery Vera Sedan, V8, Automatic, Ph. 473-4206 Zeigler Grlffls, son of Mr. and Hospital. Mrs.
Oklahoma Mrs John David Grlffls of chainsaw
e Poteau, 1 Peeler, who underwent Power Steering, Lower Agreed to purchase a
open-
Theressa. of around $ISO
i at a cost
to.
i' 1:Is heart also surgery able now a to few attend weeks church ago, Brakes, Radio, Heater Qualified Inslrm-lor Keystone' Heights The wedding will take place I for use by the city; In trimming
EVERYONE WELCOME
lervices August 20 at the First Baptist I trees: or cutting down dead
and It Is
very good to 595.00 . . . . Church In Keystone lIelllhtJI.
"""IIIIII"""' f have her back wilt us. I tree*.

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F.Iva Jean Baker Lorut Phyllis DeValencia Mark F. Jordan Ron C. Strickland _
I Nancy Proctor (Maker William L. Dey Ronnie Charles Larsen Ricky: Orlando Thames j .1 I, I Ii
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Victoria Diane Byrd Carol Ann Gllsson( Larry Clinton[ MIngledorff Glenda Gall Wolfe I it's t
Edward Ralph Cardenas! Michael Charles Grace Paul D. Moore Christopher Ward Zowarka
Joan Frances Carlson Gloria LynnFlenderaon Nancy Elizabeth Naples p beena
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ON IHIN A SHOW GOAL 1HI WORLD G AOS- i \II\ \ continuingsuccess,

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To allgraduates Best WishesIt's bright milestonein

our your world, now, your marchto Best Wishes
Go out and make
It's
your world, now,
'b': very best wishes. your dreams com I achievement. Go out and make

true. your dreams come '
I true.

{e'': KEYSTONEJEWELERS Cunningham'sGulf CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc. MALLARD'SFive -

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Official Class Ringt Community Owned Community Built Community Builder '
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Commencement

The BacoUuueate Service

tor Ing J cline of Keystone of thegraduaU Heights OFFICERS Commencement Exercises

High School will be held Sunday ; will be held Tuesday night,
evening,June 13 at 8 o'ctochlh: SENIOR CLASS, K.H.H.S. ,. June IS, at 8 p.m. with Paul
Community; Church.: a D, Moore, president of the Sen*
The Baccalaureate address 4 nor Class, delivering the pre
"What Is your Life?" will be 1 sident's address. The devotional -
delivered by Rev. Merle Pack. will be brought by Father
ham. ..pastor of Hope Baptist v James Cregan.
vnurcn..* PAUL D. MOORE The graduation address will
Students will partldpate In the President be delivered by Don McFaddln.
service with Nancy E. Naples with other addresses by Donna
giving the Call Worship and NORMAN EMORY WILCOX Sparkman, valedictorian, and
the Invocation.: .The Collect: wilt Secretary Myra Jo Johnson and Lynn
be by Paul D. Moore,and the Henderson, salutatorlans.
Lord's Prayer and Responsive Jesse P, Tynes, Clay County;
Reading by Norman E. Wilcox (Photo Not Available) Superintendent of Schools, will
The Scripture Lesson WIll be present diplomas to the grad
read by Janet K. Adams, followed uates.
by Welcome and Appre. The Keystone Heights Band
elation by Paul Moore. will play the Processional and
Recessional marches
Nancy Elizabeth Naples I Janet Katherine AdamsTREASURER

VICE PRESIDENT
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WISH YOU GREAT
fixing to wish you
1971
SUCCESS AND MAY WE
sincere best wishes... ;v pt-
KEEP YOU LOOKING
and thanks to all of
you for your patronage. rochiate GREAT.
Cail Wolfe I
LEONARDSOUTBOARD ", "' "IEt !

NORTHERNPROPANE MAY WE PRESCRIBEALL SUPERIOR V'/
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THAT'S GOOD
SHOP Our Congratulations to Miss BU TEE
FOR YOUR SUCCESS.
Gall Wolfe attractive 17 year 1_ i i
GAS old daughter of Mr. ana 'Mrs. L I
Bill Wolfe of Keystone !Heights.) SALON //oN'\
Gall has perfect attendance for
her 12 years at Keystone Heights
'" S. E. McKAY School. Gall was nominated forWho's
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Is an Honor Student.'. She has
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SUCCESS TO Realtor played Basketball for four years I
and is an active member of the
First Baptist Church of Keystone
AUKEYSTONE- ( Heights.Congratulations.



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UP THE GOOD WORK.

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BEST Seniors Building

Contractor

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YOLI.I: r. Al Watson's Food Store That's your ticket toa

A... great future. Don't

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YOU wishes. May continued success and good
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yours... DUCKY'SDEPARTMENT LAKE GENEVA MOBILE HOMES
w. B. (Bill) Btlote AUTO ANDHARDWARE

HIGHWAY 100 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
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hones. Mrs. Nancy Felton's and talned Sunday a !group of folks __. .. .. __ .. on
Mr. Fey's sixth grade classes who belong to CB Radio Clubs.
danced to "Star by the swimming _.__ -Cu. _
Those
day
enjoying a
square *UK SALE-
this concluded the and barbecuing e wsea., j ism FOR SALE;: 3 bedroom corn 150 ft. lot, about
Right", musical boating,
FOR SALE 10 trees 48' 12' trail
pletely Air. house located at pecan x
segment of the program were Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Pal- MARY CJLAJMiratO 40 RAr3M
directed by Mf*. Grace Bar- mer and family Mr. and Mrs II LEW'S 1W. AdUns St. Sale price All Brick -Homes er. Reasonably priced. Major
and Mr. C1arg* .. 97.000, financing can be ar Lanier Hamptpn. Itp
hot, school music teacher. Charles May family .1.11 SHOP Price
WELDING
We Build
William Black physical edu- and Mrs. Gary Gilmore and Caver* U wells. ranged. Call Bill Powell. Bro Any
cation Instructor then presen- family Mr. and Mrs. Charles CARTER ker. 964-6464 or 964-6810.. Home Anywhere In Fla FOR SALEThomas Color-Glo
Organ
ted the Physical Education de- Lavender and family Mr. and Baeft weld erv tt-Te' Whispering Pine -)Iplei tfchg WE ARRANGE ALL Lighted double key-

partment. Mrs. Ruthame Mrs. H.J. Largen and family He Krtrs Chaw II not US 301 S. Phone FINANCINGI $750.board. If Excellent Interested condition
call 964-
Parr's and Mrs. Teresa MoseI.y' Miss Janet Tustison Morris PAINTS .aM Las adv.aei 9648232TRAILERS I .. Down Payment 8350. lip
second and third grade Wade Andy Wade Mr. and -.r .
classes exhibited two games Mrs. B.L. Johns and family ,ffMSStnXO; DISPLAY>> LtULITY; Over a Hundred Designs
they had learned this year. The all of Jacksonville also Gor- SAME ,.... Par be* V CUSTOM BUILT o nw r s'OM iicc Tq Choose From FOR SALE10A- 3 BR Home
sixth grade students showed a don Garland and family of Doctors I CAS AND ELECTRIC MERRILLCONSTRUCTION 5 yr. old -furnished and ready
number of tumbling activitiesthat Inlet. Memorials nsritallms. BRAZING CO. to live In. If you prefer. AU
are taught as a part of the The Ochwllla Baptist Churchon PRICE ............... eta .. 7e weld. WELDING furnishings practically new -
SHEET METAL 3 Miles North of Starkeon
physical education program. St. Rd. 21 will hold a cottage I furnished price $15.950 Un-
The fifth grade classes, taughtby prayer meeting at the home CARDS OF THANKS TRAILER HITCHES BEAUTIFUL Sealy Mattress& ILS..301 furnished $14 750. Call after 5

Mrs Jackie Ammend and of their pastor Rev. Ray Carter W word artoae .. ......... INSTALLED springs. Innerspring and foam. Phone 964.8521 P.m. Frank Collins, 9645202.
Mr. Roy Green ran three relay who lives In Interlochen. AS Leah word ever 11-7. Regular price 99.95 set This Starke. Fla. it
races for a standing room Meeting time Is 8 p.m.and poo- week $59.95 with trade-in at WANTEDYour lawn mower
only crowd.Races concluded the pie of all denominations are invited Dahmer's Discount. tfchg will pay $1 and pick it up. Call
P.E. part of the program. to attend. Jacksonville NOTICEStarke 964-3437. Up
Mr. Black then presented sec- Mr. and Mrs. S.P. Wlneman Your JIMMY MOORE'S I
eral physical fitness awards to have spent several days at"The 102 E. BROMfNLEE A Hole Roof"OrA. BARRETT SUN SPORTS FOR SALEOne 5 hp outboard
students making the President's Laurie Ann" on Lake Serena. and Keystone motor new. I set golf clubs,
Physical Fitness Team. Sixth They have been quite pleasedat Heights area Customers Water Conditioning 9 Irons 5 woods,cart and shoes.
grade students Robert Thomasand the number of base and bream MOORE BOAT FOR Call 9647708. Itchg

Francine Barton were a- they have been catching from Hastings Mattress and Pump Co. YOUR MONEY
warded their third and fourth the lake. CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES for:sale.
awards respectively.The Mrs. R.V. Ford is In Brad- and Upholstery 130 Court Street Stark Ph. 964.5791 Phone 9647637.

final was presented by ford County Hospital. Phone 964.6882PLUMBING
Mr. Mosely's third and fourth Flat meeting of the Melrose 7iO Rt. Johns AraPALATKA Complete Outboard AStern : WANTEDMaid at To-Rena
grade class and the fifth grades Homemakers Club was held J & J Roofing Co. Drive Service and Motel. Come after 3 p.m.
singing "This Land Is Your Thursday, May 27, at 9 a.m. Repair. Complete Fiber Itchg
Land". Mrs. Diane Tlson emcee The meeting was called to order made to Phone 964-8778 Is Open AgainFURNITURE glass Custom-
yourindividual Water Conditioners Repair.
reading the "Preamble to by President Made Allen. Hlwsy 301 Sooth ELISA GRASSNew Texas I
the Constitution" and the entire Devotional was given by Mrs. hearingrequirements !; and Pumps built Fiberglasa Flatting Bermuda grass for''sale. Ready I
cast, along with audience sing- Ruby Isenhower. The roll call WELL DRILLING Boat to cut now. Guy H. Dyal 964-
at
ing "America". was answered by members with no STOCK HOGS for sale or trade Repaired Refinished Sales and Rentals 5026 after 6 p.m. Itp
The Spring Program was very ideas of using Florida fruits. additional (Oil Raiford, Fla. Rd. 16 at Rd. 121 Re-npholatered I
interesting and well performedand Guests present were Mrs. VIvian Phone 431-1881. tfchg Repair Department "
MATTRESSESFREE WATER FRONT
LOTS
certainly gave the parentsa Crawley and Mrs. M.S. NEW 24 Hour ServiceWE ,
ALL MAKE HEARING
good Idea of what their child- Daughtery of Jacksonville. FOR RENT in country 2 bedroom FOR SALE We
ESTIMATES
ren are learning in the areas of Members present and stayingto AIDS REPAIRED unfurnished house, als< On Crosby Lake and Crosby
music and physical education. enjoy a luncheon after the furnished apartments In Starke Call Collect 328-2144<< SERVICE all appliances. Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet
A sidewalk art show had been business was over were: Mrs AINESVILLE HEARINGAID W.H. Nollman. tfchg Rebuilt appliances for sale.- wide, 8 feet deep) Located on
set up in the afternoon but the Ruby Wolfe, Mrs.Beulah Smith, Glen's Appliance Service Co. State Road 100 3 miles West
heavy deluge of rain spoiled Mrs. Made Allen Mrs. Polly CO. KINGSLEY LAKENew alr- 964-8057. tfchg of Starke Fla. Ideal for vaca- RepairTYPEWRITERS

this and the art work was re- Price Mrs. Edythe Nicholson. 1137 N. W. 23rd Ava. cond. water front cottages.Good tion cottage mobile home_or
investmentPrices
moved. Mrs. Margaret Plummer Mrs. beds. Electric kitchen. 533- SEWINGMACHINE A.J. Thomas Registered Real
Lou Miller Mrs.Beulah Ferry In. .vlll., Florida 32601 2381. Itp Estate Broker Specializing in start at$1,295.00, $200
PERSONALS Mrs. Ruby Isenhower Mra. Appraisals for Estates Indi down and $35.00 month for 35
Maggie Steiner,Mrs.Nell Rose Phon. 376-0095 NEW BUILDING materials, viduals and Corporate Owners. months (8 1/2 % simple Inter

Raymond Mosey Melrose I Mrs. Leona Pappy Mrs. Olga windows doors, tile, lumber. Also general real estate bus est' ).
064-7701
Elementary School teacher underwent Westmoreland, Mrs. Dawn Wholesale prices. 533-2381.Rt. Sales and Service iness. Thirty; Years experiencein Call 8 a.m. to 9 Bradford County
surgery recently In Powell. 1 Box 361, Klngsley Lake. Itp PFAFF NECCIII Florida land matters. Tel. p.m. weekdays. tf
I, Alachua General Hospital. J & H ELECTRICFOR New Home 9645701. Starke, Florida tfchg Telegraph
Hugh[ Sapp had surgery recently Mrs. Lou Miller exhibited! FOR SALE Wurlltzer Splnlt LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf
I to repair a broken hip causedby a girl's bathing suit which she ALL piano like new. 964-6602. 207N. Universal FOR SALE- Used furniture and & Country Club ready for
a fall off a ladder. had crocheted of a new poly- Church St. Cash only. Itp $49:50 up appliances. Phone 964-8088. building on or for investment. BUY 1 NOW&I SAVE
Miss Betsy Huff daughter of proleyne yam. It was done In YOUR WIRING 4tp 6/24 Lots area approximately 1/2
Parts & Repairs
Mr. and Mrs. Omas Huff a blue and white yarn and was HOUSEKEEPER WANTED- : on acre and larger. Paved roads
June bride-elect, was honored very attractive. Phone 468-1033 to 40 hours week. Must have all other Make Ma only 3 minutes from town. Carrier
with a shower at Ellam Baptist The Homemakers Club will 24 Hour Emergency own transportation. 964-6182. chines.NATIONAL. Prices start at $1295.00. $200
Church Saturday night. have a bake sale July 3 at the HP down and $35.00 per month.
The Melrose Junior Woman's Post Office, starting at 8:3C Service Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Room Air Conditioners J.
Club Is P.O. MALE HELP Wanted tfchg Touch Control Comfort Center
holding a raffle for an Box 220 ;Need acre ill W., Univ. Ava.
electric ice cream freezer to a.m.The door prize which wan grass cut, rider or power mower r e Two or Three Speed Cooling
be presented June 14. Ticketsare a lovely chiffon scarf made b; Hampton, Fla 32044 First house north of 18, Oolneivllle/ ,, Florid 0 O.C. Came. Nursery Flcuble Air flow Control

SOC each and may be bought Mrs. Dawn Powell was won b; _. 5-6 '. 6-10 on 301. Itp 378-1355 e Automatic Thermostat' EvenTemp

from any Junior Woman's Club Mrs. Margaret Plummer. Mrs. 0 f Thousands of Plants e [ollll"89.Washable Filter,
member. Plummer will be responsible FOR SALE: 63 Ford Falcon 0 # Fruit Trees, Shade Trees, Corrosion, Resistant Casings
The Vacation Bible School at for:making a door prize for the 3 Bed Rooms 2-1/2 Baths station wagon 6 cylinder automatic Evergreens, Camellias, e Models" tor Special' 'Windows
Ellam Baptist Church will begin first meeting In the fall. transmission. After r PUMPSNEW Ihru (Azaleas. Roses
June 16.All children ages 3 thru Duplicate Bridge winners In this modern home of 2400 5, 9647822. Itp Meet In as low as
16 are invited to attend at 7 p.m. Tuesday May 25- First place sq. ft., with Cent air and heat. AND USED the cane Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
each evening.Mr. Mrs. A.V. Bannister and Mrs. Don't miss this one U you FOR SALEUsed refrigerator. $11900
and Mrs.[ Guy Pellet from C.W. Hardy. Second place Mrs. are In the market for a large Phone 9647955. Itp SALES Cbtifaf t> MI. '.E. of SUrkff, Rwy. 101riormhome
New Smyrna Reach recently W.H. Bartlett and Mrs. F.G. home and grounds. Terms.A.J. WJ-2HS
visited Gerald I'appys. Mr. Melrick. Third place. Mrs. Thomas Realtor Tel.964-5701 FOR SALE: Play pen and bagmen PARTS
Pappy;/ and :Mr Pellet were boyhood Mary Cook and Mrs. Phil Kro- Good condition. Phone 782- SERVICE AdsPOSTED SLADE GAS

friends and this was their mer. Fourth place Mrs. Donald "ONE PORTABLE 3488. Up Deep and Shallow Wells
first meeting In 27 years. Aska and Mrs. Mike Falkel. Magnavox Water Softeners and MODERN MASONRY and Appliances
Mrs. Sue iMualitery! has been Winners Thursday May 27- ''color TV with stand for half FOR RENT-Small unfurnished FillersPlumbing BUILDING

enjoying a two-week visit with First place, Mrs. A.V. Ban- ''price and one Motorola Quas- cottage; nice location land for Approximately 3600 Sq. Ft. 332 W. I r.:.::.i I3onGainesville
herparents. Mr. and :Mrs. M. nister and Mrs. W.J. Grollck. >or TV color set. Just take up garden. Ideal for retired cou- ftncludln A<3 Office AJacentTo
E. Plummer on Lake Swan. Second place Mrs. Pat Fra- payments at Dahmer's Discount ple. Phone 964-5801. tfchg Supplies Ry-Rf Ramp tor Truck
Mrs Allen Adie recently her and Mrs. Bill Terry. Third tfchg SIGNS: Treated to IfM/Sng $18.500 Term
visited relatives in Jackson place Mrs. Mary Cook and EXPERT SERVICE ON withstand weather- 20C each. CALL

ville for two days Mrs. C.W. Hardy.Fourth place, WANTEDRestaurant operator ALL MAKES $2.25 doz.Special price on larger BILL POWELL: .
.Mrs. :Merle Thornton of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Mike Falkel. for motel restaurant. $25 per PHONE 9647061DURRANCE quantities Bradford County;
and Bill Pippin were month rent, $20 month electricity Telegraph. tffNSCBANCB BROKER
Marine
Sunday dinner' guests of Kev. Area StudentsTo ; fully equipped. Must be M+4464 9648810ttchf
and Mrs. Leamon Ward of open from 5 to 9 p.m. Phone p Cobia Boots >
Lake 782-3332. Itp PUMP A: SUPPLY CO.
Geneva.
Visiting the
Receive UF AT REDUCED 1tA'I'D' Johnson Motors >.
Wards for REFINISHINGALL
a week were Rev.
and !Mrs. Charles Julian of Degrees In June TYPES COMPLETE JANITORIAL!'. Ser- AUTO; raiE BOAT SPECIAL -
DOYLE: E. CONNXXDnUKANGB
Miami. UPHOLSTERYCABINETWORK viceCarpets shampooed, 21 INCH ADMIRAL color Tho Glass Shop
Rev liar Carter of Inter- AGENCY: ALL HEW SKI RIG
Five Starke students from house trailers, windows used) TV with new picture
....
i laclien. and pastor of the Och- the University; of Florida will washed floors scrubbed. Phone tube.. Dahmer's Discount If. Glass 15' Cobia Bow Rider
wllla Baptist Church injured Expert Reproduction
was
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964-5771.
chg
Boyd Service
In a car wreck f be among 2.300 students who tfchg FOR RENT -12' wide 2 bed- For 50 H.P.. JOHNSON
jured in a car wreck a few are candidates to receive degrees C. E. JACKSON room trailer outside city

weeks( back and is now required spring during quarter three convocations separate: 1313 W. Madison Starke NO GIMMICKS WANTED LISTINGSOn no limits answer J.B.call White 964-8647.964-6114 if AH CARS and TRUCKS Gator Trailer

to stay In bed for the scheduled this month. 1 mra Homes and Acreage.Buyers Installed Wh e-U.Walt All For ,

next two weeks. Local students are Charles 12 :z: 60' Waiting.- Strout Realty Reg. Custom Vinyl Auto Tops Plus Tax $',99r
AND ;
GENERAL
David FARM
Westmoreland a for- Hamilton Hall and Nora Alice CARL BEGGS Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave.

I College mer St. Johns River Junior Harris both to receive a mashers Gulf Service 2 Bedroom 53 795 Ph. 964-6609 Star he. Fla. Western Store 1017 N. Main C'vffla S.. Lynn Hamilton
student and son of R. degree In education; Melanie Famished
*
D. and Olga Westmoreland is Jeannine Manning.a bachelor USED PUTS FIRST TIME OFTE1UCD Western &: Work Cicthes'e Bfora You Buy
presently In St. Vincent's Hospital of Science degree In pharmacy M Prices 3 Bedroom Boots &: Stetson Hats 1030 E. University, Ava.
In Jacksonville for Wrecked Can 3895 One et the nicer homes *
with PI Saddles
a David S, Smith; a masters Furnished Tack Veterinarian
severe infection. degree In agriculture; and t4 Hoar Wrecker Service Stars I B-R. Central Heal Supplies GREEN'S Gainesville

Charles Roger Williams. BS Fuel Oil Veteran's rid Mr. Carpet Many ExTM. .
Loan Mon. Wed.. 8 to 6Thn.eday e .
The Ray Cambllls' enter1736i- in Business Administration. ( :119.950 Shown by Aptofetoent Welding and Machine
Used Carpet
Cars ThroughoutBank 8.13

.... Keystone Degree Heights candidates area from are Edwin the- Hwy. SOI N. 19'.... Financing ( / CALLBILL Fri. Sat. 8 to 7 Shop

Rufus Beard Jr., bachelorof '.. Oiln's Mobile: Homo POWELL: Main St. Lake Butler P.O. Ban 150

arts; Harry Harold Hazen Sales BROKER Phcno' 496.6041 PHONE 468.1734
bachelor of arts In education; Btarke Fla. j STING!
100 West
and Terry Trautweln bachelorof SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned M4-C484 M46819tfchf I Hampton, Fl.
science and education. oiled and adjusted In your tf
Cheryl Yvonne Dees, from home, $5.00 Vacuum cleaner BILL WILSON 5ASELECTRIC

Lake Butler will be a candidate repairs also. All work guarant ....ct&ace .' WE REPAIR! and..sell nearly WELDING HOMES
-
for a bachelor of arts eed. Dennis E. Cogging Phone WS week, eomptetotr ftbrnMied. every needle made for any PortableWelding Anywhere, Anytime"
and education degree. 4811428. ttche'SUPER Weeke vnOat&e! 1 aJame brand stereo regardless of age. Light Lithe Work I
The general commencementfor Jur. Aueuat ami Sep Also the long play records at Equipment AVAILAIU FOR
2,212 candidates will be at STICK Vinyl Plastic tember. R. E. Ertmondaon.8rtw $1 off regular price at Dah- Repairs
7 p.m. June 12 on Florida Field. Letters all sizes,colors.Per- Route.Box J2. Blade mer' Discount. tfchg At Shop ..1 I n Field YOUR LOTx3,500
Dr. Stephen H. Spurr an alumnus manent, for use on wood glass, Mountain. N. C. 28711. Pbone Radiators Qeanoo1,
DATSUNGAINESVILLE of the University! ; who will plastic paper metal leather. ..704)< e --a n. to FOR RENT! : 2 air conditioned SHOP WORK Repaired Racered.
become president of the University !- ANYTHING! Bradford County cottages I Klngsley Lake. Call sun.
of Texas June IS, will Telegraph tf 12' x 60' Repossessed Mobile' after 6 p.m. Phone 533-2366.
HMil I. S..ifi301Ph. 1
i be the featured speaker Home already financed take up tfchg.TaUac. '
Sixty-two College of Medicine WATSON'S'HOUSE payments. Olln's Mobile Home L.wtey. 732-3512

4300 N. W. 13th St. .students are due to receivethe OF VACUUMS Sales 100 W. ttcheMANAGER tliO/ SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic
at 3 1600 SQ FT.LIVING
372.4226 in the M.D.Heltz degrees Union Ballroom p.m. Many brands of new vacuums TRAINEENo applications tot Letters, all sizes colors, Permanent .

115 S. E.'2nd St. The third program is scheduled $39.00 up. Used machines from experience necessary.You FHA-235 ; for use on wood glass
Holland $10. Expert Repairs all makes. can qualify tor our manager plastic paper metal leather,
at 10 June 12 In the
p.m.
37J-2111 Law Center Auditorium for Pacts and Accessories for all training program if you are a New err BrownVo&swageo ANYTHING! Bradford County; AREA
88 law student vacuums., Built J in Central vac' high school grad Interested In Brick 9 and 4 Telegraph. U
umn cleaning'systems. 712 N. advancing with a growing consumer Bedroom Home
Main Gainesville 376-7110 finance organization. CaD for Detail' CALLSLADE
Excellent salary modern com- ;WATER WELL drillingshal
FACTORY HELP NEEIEI BIC PENS. Ball Point Re- pany benefits rapid promotionand Low Doim' Paynes> low or deep- Inch onlypump
nu./- Bradford County Tele- security; In an ever expanding ad Moderate Moatalr :& tank installed. Call 964-8828
graph. field. Phone 9645010for PaTate.t.LONGCRAMP or 431-1910. H.C. Goodman. Itp
Own Joist. of Florida' Inc..eeda dependable, able. ) an appointment. Approvedfor .
bodied' factory he* -No .. CLASP ENVELOPES alT V.A. training.Southern Discount Hew Vied SACRIFICE FOR CASH
' *. ..... ... 'MCIi1 .'. HOMES .
.... HOME
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sizes- Bradford County Tale- gervW take
Owner will much less
tateadr. work rtlsa Company. Itchg .. VIII
J oT ., fringe benefit. graph. I* tY416p than appraised value for this

: IF YOU ARK WILLING TO WORK APPLY RELAX AND UNWIND with mn- Ml ..... IHLNstttefTtalfaJtCUUNXSraUK newly) reconditioned 4 bedroom.
; f, ATi 'INTERSTATE MOBILE Homemoving the-and sale. Co-Tense tablets. ([or 3 Br and family room) SERVICES
1 In Fla.. Call 964.566tfc, Only 98C. Andrews Pharmacy. home. Nearly new roof new
i OWEN JOIST 5tp 71SHELL paint in and out best vinyl

FOR SALE- 2 Bedroom house floor in kitchen and bath.
IJitceh City ReW. _:ta.WajF-tIrrM.cli.Friday. 2 ml. Rd. 16 OUlford). Assume BEANS Potatoes WE REPAIR\ 8-track car tape Hardwood floors like new.Huge Ffflafngtion
Squash, Corn for decks, any brand and sell all FOR SALEApprox.. 80 acres living room with replace! CaB Jaekaonrllle
J 7MULX. ,..*:** P.M.ii mortgage of $8.500lIk.. V.A. sale-otter
; 8-track at $1
tapes oft '
EQUITY $1,500 cash Deep well vegetables ready soon. Rt. I regular of Umber land, about 3 miles large eat In kitchen.: Fenced 'CUsect
Available now. Call 9645036. Box 28, Lawtay. John Crews. price. DMunar's Discount.: east of Brookar. Call 533-2451 back yard. Priced for quick
I lip Phone 782-9822. 2 tp 1(10 tfchj after e 110m. 2tp 6/17 sale. Call 964-6575. 4tchg

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