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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 17, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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new fiscal year beginning July
Almost twitted in two wrecked cor comes to rest in front of Lawtey Depot. 1 I.

To make room for the sec-
ond phase, to be about the
same size as the first phase

WomanMrs. now three virtually classrooms complete on the ,south the America has many

I Train Kills Lawtey end of old Building C must ills, but there is hope

be razed. The School Board, for tomorrow, becauseyou
meeting June I, gave Supt. Casey -
permission to have the are that hope, "

three rooms removed this sum- Dr. Charlie LaPradd,

Eloulse Duncan, 57, wife of Rev B. i Duncan of the train approaching from the south. mer using school board labor. president of St. Johns

East Lawtey, was pronounced dead on arrival at Bradford Funds to construct the sec-
County; Hospital about 2:30; p.m. Wednesday after her car A.E. Massey, Lawtey station agent, said that signals ond phase will come from the River Junior College,
was struck and demolished by a northbound Seaboard- were flashing and the train blew before approaching the School Board's regular 1971- told the 1971 graduating -
Coastline freight train at the Lawtey crossing on SR-225. crossing. A witness said the woman had the windows 72 budget. In announcing how class of Bradford
rolled up In the air conditioned automobile.The he Intends to come up with
She was the seventh victim of a Lawtey crossing accident High School in com-
said $100-
In the past 20 years. car was totally demolished and almost cut In the $200,000, Casey '
two by the Impact. It was tossed to the north side of 000 will come from State Boardof mencement exercises
Mrs. Duncan had left the home of Mr. and Mrs James the crossing and camo to rest about 20 feet from the Education revenue certifi- rk1i't--) ; Monday night.
Prince in the Reno section of Star he, where she had been tracks. cates sold against anticipatedschool
visiting, and was on her way home at the time of the revenue, $30,000 will
accident. She made a right turn off U.S. 301 at the Lawtey In the The driver was alone at the time, and was pinned come from the board's capital i Each graduate, one by one,
depot and drove onto the tracks, apparently unaware of wreckage outlay and debt service fund walked to the podium to receive -
(meant for building), and the a facsimile of a diploma -
balance will have to be squeezed ) from School Board ico-
from the board's regular operating Chairman Blaine Thompson.
funds. The class was gaily decked
2 Selected y I//j L out, the girls In bright red
I Casey Is confident the funds .} i ir caps and gowns, the boys In
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can be funneled Into the buildIng gray, the school colors, for
program unless something their final performance as BUS
unexpected: happens In the Leg students.
: islature's expected funding of
To Attend the state school system. ills In unison, the class flipped
11L estimates are based on last the. lasses attached to their
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:, year's level of funding, Casey caps from left to right to end
said. the ceremony. Rain threatened
It was Indicated this week. .ra 4M tile open air ceremony in Uie,
f however that school board Mils stadium, but didn't ma-
Boys State v ) 'd f "Jetw terialize.
members are second guessingtheir t
approval to raze me three It was a large class, the 210
classrooms In view of the Leg- graduates, but fewer than the

Two Bradford High Junior Jimmy Joe Andrews, son of islature's prolonged delay In 225 which received diplomas

boys will represent Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Levon Andrews, Inacting The three new classrooms school funds.obstructing David McRae gives smiling approval to Olive, Ann :at I'.lis last year.

County; June 20 July 3 at 917 West M.ldisonStreet,Starke the second phase of BUS Buby's hot pant before commencement \s a stadium full of parents
ceremonies
the 1971 session of Florida American and Richard Roberts of
son construction are the newest In and friends looked on, I.a Pradd
Legion Boys State In Mr. and Mrs. George Roberta,
the present C Building, dating told the graduating class of
Tallahassee. Jr., Bessent Road, Starke, have back only to last 50's or early 210 that "the Establishment::
been selected to participate In 60's. needs you and your Ideas. :New;
the annual civics workshop,according School Board Member New Tax RoUUp$8,000,000 ideas begin> with one man and
to Commander WilliamB.
Charles Sawyer opposed tearIng man builds on small accom-
Scoggins Jones-Langford-
down the three rooms at plishments, but true progressIs
White Post No 56
the June 1, meeting, the only not accomplished alone. We
Andrews Is the BUS Star Student board member to do so. must pull together.,

y an accolade to his all- "I'm trying to think of some "Some challenges face all of
r round academic and physical reason to tear them down when you, but every citizen Is an Individual -
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excellence. Roberts Is the 1971- we're not ready to build, he and capable of becomIng -
72 BUS student .... said.
body president, ; succeeding Len Register funS = JitL.ri t In other action June 1, the believe
of our young people -
m mOWn many
t Board J
the of this
Fifty; Boys States across that problems nation -
country for boys who have Just Accident took place at lame crossing where AI Garner --Granted BUS Principal Bradford County's tax roll over last year, In taxable real are cured by mob violence.
Ralph Diggs' request that he for 1971 will show an increaseof estate values, according to pre- ate must learn to build, not
ILJinefit super (See Page 6)) almost lost his life in December. (See Page 6)) approximately! $8,000,000 lim'nary/ figures released this destroy.
week by' lax assessor done;
June 26 1911 Long "I'ducation may not be the
best cure for today's ills, as
6P.M.III ? The new totals reflect chan- m'llclaim it to be, but It's
Grid ges made on about 60; per cent certainly! the best starting
At 71 Prospects Brighter of tlmapproxim.tcly8,0011por-, ) point."
eels of land involved, I Long "1 here was a time when we
SHERIFF WHITEHEAD'SFARM said, due to Improvements to could tell a young man to go
_. '-" property!; ', changes in non-agri- west. ate can't any more, but
cultural zoning, and value Increases our nation needs you right her*.

Lake Duller, Fla. With 27 gridders panning out Despite Inexperience at tak- Carter, Randy Gaskins, and Analyzing the 27-member Flynn, junior split end, miss- on lake-frontpropertj. There is hope for tomorrow
Bax-B-Q after this spring's practice kle, Sexton says The offen- Farelon :McClellan, returning. squad player by player, the ed almost his entire sophomoreyear The I assessor said that some because" you are that hope.
which saw the young Bradford sive line, i know, is better" coaches say: with a knee injury, then non-agricultural land, previously 1 ou won't do It alone but all
varsity; shutout the Seniors 20- four of the best runners in iwo lettermen, Bobby Dyal missed the last week of spring assessed as low as it lakes is an Idea and a teamto
Chicken Bog 0, BUS coaches are looking fora the conference, Malachi Henry, and David McCutchen, will hold LINEMEN: practice with a broken hand. $100, had to I be increased to achieve It."
much Improved football team. Brad Carter, Bernard Brown, down the mlddleguard spot. Ends: Charles Wright, Gray Though the Injuries have kept $200.:! $300) ) or even as high \aledictorlan Kcbecca Mc-
TrimmingsCorn and Wayne Tetstone, In the McClellan and Dyal have also Fbnn, Wayne Lambus, and Greg him from getting much experience as $500 qn acre in order to Millan told the parents and stu-
Still young, there are only backfield also has the been used at defensive tackle ,
starting Reddish. lynn is tabbed an out- comply with die full-value as- dents that "we don't need more
four seniors on the 1971-72 coaches thinking optimistically. this spring to shore up that Coaches law which he
the cobR.fre.hmenb standing prospect. scssement under
on Wright, senior letterman Is opportw b. We need only to
edition of the Torna-
Fighting !Newcomers<; David
Also expected Is a much Improved position. all-round looking for him to be a bip must now operate Ml lake-
best
does, the team already has a :Newham: and Carl Luther, both tabbed as the open our eyes to the opportunity -
defense, especially the lineman on the squad. He was help as a wide receiver and in front property In the county I surrounding us now."
year's experience under Its'belt secondary where the Tornadoeshad up from the Junior varsity, named most valuable lineman the defensive secondary. was also Increased to a more
The boys earned that experience holes last season. being looked at to come throughat during spring practice and Flynn Is also the team J punter realistic figure based on recent Salutatorlan Kelly Richards
, Country MuaicI the hard way, as sophomores Defensive end Is the team's least defensively. "If he punts like he's capable sales of similar property said that the graduating class
I competing against stro estpositionwithfourlettermen turned In an outstanding spring of, he can be a tremen- Long: said. doesn't know what the future
varsity; competition Head "Right now, tackle Is the session both offensively and de
dous help, Coach Sexton. holds for them. "We can only
I Benefit For Legal Fund Coach David Hurse points out. Charles Wright, Brad key to a good season," Coach fensively. says I last year's total for all tax- live it day by day and It wiU
Nurse says. Size Is Important, able property; in the county
\ For Suspended Employees Hurse and Offensive Line but not all-Important, the vet- Lambus, a Junior tight end was $48,308,270. Adding this be how"wv make it and how we
\ Coach Mike Sexton are high In Bad Checks eran grid mentor says "We offensively and a linebacker year's increase of approxi- take It.
Donation $ 5.0O their hopes for the 71-72 grid- had good tackles before at 170 Man ChargedIn defensively, is termed a conscientious mately $8UOO.OOO would givea Principal scholarship Ralph Digs! winner presented
den, and even higher In their pounds" Hurse points to Ron- boy who wants to new total of around $56-1/2;
I per couple ; hopes for the squad they expect Mean 75 DaysIn nie Tomlinson, 172, of the great Lawtey B&ELarry play football. :Moved to tight million In taxable property, with Beth $150 Mixon cash and awards.Pamela He!Davis also
to have In 7273. That 196S-66 era, as a case In point."We've end this spring after movingup long said. He pointed out,however -
I Tickets on sale at Com team will have lost only four Jail HereA from the JV, Lambus caughtthe that his office Is still presented .junior Jimmy Student An-
seniors and will have an excellent got experience and first pass ever thrown him verifying figures and the final drews with the Outstanding
munity State Bank and feel like we've got some depth. Wayne King, 22, Mid- In the Award.
group of young boys former New York man, spring game, with a total might be above or below -
Williams Jewelry, Statke. coming up from the Junior varsity Bill Oursler, 20, has been sen- I hope we can come up with dleburg, was arraigned Tues- defender on his back, and ran this figure. lie had not
T.A. The invocation and benedic-
Coach before Judge
out. someone at tackle, says day County; the ball 30 yards for touch-
; It Is pointed tenced to 75 days In the Brad- a yet received the railroad assessment -
and Rev. LeRoy
Sexton. Yawn on breaking entering tion were given by
Cautious Is prob- down.
optimism from tile
Courtesy Of ford County; Jail on petty; larceny "We just look stronger,over charges and a preliminary l figure state Davis of the !New<; Bethel Baptist
ably the best the way the coaches see Tor- writing bad checks. all," he adds. hearing granted. played every position on Ute will be more or less than In and Fbenezer Baptist Chur
JEfjf; (!Unmmunftu nado prospects for the upcoming : Nurse, looking over the cur- King Is charged with breakIng line. "lie's a boy who's gonna 1970. ches
&tatpfianh season which begins Sept. Oursler pleaded not guilty; rent roster, sees some similarity Into Massey's Gulf Service play somewhere," Coach Sexton Nancy Cowling acted as Mistress
17 with traditional rival Baker June 10 before County; Judge T. ; to the 71-72 squad and Station In Lawtey on June 14 says. Long said that t notices of the of ceremonies for her
A. Yawn on a complaint signedby his twstate championshipteams new assessments will be mailedby class mates.
County."I ; with Intent to commit petit lar-
InsuredUp
Account How Reddish, a Junior offensiveand
Doyle Thomas. But Monday In 1965-66; There are Sheriff John July I to propert owners
To $20,000 By think, really, we're bet- June 14, he changed his no big players, but they are Dempsey ceny. Deputy is the Investigating officer much defensive Improvement end, after has shown move whose assessments have been The class song, "We've Only

F. dual I Deposit ter over-all than last ;year," plea to guilty.; strong and quick. and signed the complaint ing up to varsity; this spring. Increased. Those who wish to Just Begun" was sure at die
say Coach Sexton, comparing Recently Oursler was charged "We've got more winners than Entry was made by breaking Reddish has come a long way, petition for readjustment of assessments exercises by Carol Hardy, Patty;
Insurance Corp. the new team to the one which with forging and passing a check any team since 1966," Nurse a window on the south side of must do so In writ- Whitehead, David Jordan and

compiled: l a losing 3-7 record. and bation.was placed under pro adds In a revealing comment. the station. (See Page 5)) ($.. PAge 6)) Bob Edwards.b1 .







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:'ltr t'a r ail,., Mr. and Mrs. T. L, Casey Observe Mary Julia Futch Mrs. David HodgesIs

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(!)/g f Fiftieth edding Anniversary Weds In Japan Honor GuestAtSforkShower


Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Casey The Chapel Center of Yokohama -

were honored at a family get. Japan was the setting Mrs. David Hodges was honored -
to-gether Sunday on their Both on May IS for the wedding of r at a stork shower Mon-

I WOMe.t'l. wedding anniversary at the Miss Mary Julia Futch, for- day night of last week given
Hampton Lake home of their Tt merly of Lawtey. and Rolph by her mother, Mrs Doris

son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Charles Fachtmann of Tokyo.; Miller, and Mrs. Annie Mae
and Mrs. Nate Dyal. Rev. J.F. Child, Catholic Thornton.
All six of their children were A chaplain and Rev. C.W. Bran- The was held at the
party
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Gladys Mooty, Society Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Casey, nan Protestant chaplain per- Miller home where games were

and Elvin Casey of Starke: Mr. formed the 2 p.m. ceremony. played and prizes awarded to
and Mrs. Beryl Casey who I'e Escorted by the bridegroom'sfather Mrs. Vlctorlal Cadle Mrs.Doris -

Three Churches ,r \. have Just returned from Ecuador the bride wore an A- Anderson and Miss Carolyn -
1 l Hawaiian LuauIs Mr. and Mrs. Pat Casey'of line gown which she had designed GrlI l. Mrs. Ethel Mae

Honor GraduatesAt Fort Myers and Mrs Judy of off-white crepe and Brantley won the door prize.
Colorful EventAt Noegel of Key West. Chanttlly-type lace. A crepe The refreshment table was

EventsThe Other guests were Mrs. R. ,. bow held her elbow length Illusion ,. covered with a beige lace cloth
Country ClubTiki E. Taylor of Orlando Mrs. C. veil and she carrieda and Mrs. Thornton presidedat
F. Schuler of Boca Raton Mr. bouquet of white) roses.
First Methodist WSCS Williams the punch bowLApproximately
entertained the Methodist BUS torches, lanterns, palm and Mrs. B.A. Clark of Cocoa, A reception was held In the Starling 30 guests attended -
trees and lush foliage decorated Mills of Fort Wal- Officers' Club following the
graduates at a dinner party Mrs. C.L. ill Engagement ToldMr. between the hours 7:30
Sunday noon at the John To- rAnne the Starke Golf and Coun ton Beach Mr. and Mrs Da- ceremony. and 9:30 p.m.
rode home. try Club Saturday night for vld Dyal of Fort.Myers, Mr. After a wedding! trip to the
Japan Alps, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. James A. Williams
served the the Hawaiian luau which proved and Mrs. Paul Vaughn of Win-
Dinner was on Mr. and Mrs. Casey were Fachtmann returned to Yoko- the approaching Rev. and Mrs. Allen Price
where the buffet table to be one of the most successful ter Haven Mrs. Berry Dyalof annouce
porch affairs of the season. Graham and Mrs. Casey's married In Lakeland on June hama to reside. He Is a travel marriage of their daughter and family of Port St. Joe
white linen
covered with
was cloth and centered a with a The food table on the patio sister Mrs. E.T. Vestal of 11, 1921 and have made their agent In Tokyo, and she Is Dianne Call to Fred Steven are visiting her parents, Mr.

red and white carnation ar- decorated with pineapples and Starke and brother,E.D. Thom- home in Bradford County for teaching music In a DOD Navy Starling son of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. M.B. Jordan at the

rangement. Individual dining tables magnolia leaves, was centered peon of Alachua. the past 32 years.Pupils Dependents school in Yokoha- Fred Starling. State Farm this week. Mark

were centered with Hallmark with a roast pig, and huge ma.Before The wedding will take placeon Price Is the guest of Ricky
graduation dolls. At each trays held shrimp, ribs, sweet Miss Sheila PresentedBy going to Japan, Mrs. June 25 at 9 p.m. In the Edwards.
Henley Fachtmann taught In Leon County. 'Starling home with a recep-
place setting was an appropriate and sour pork, Hawaiian salads -
book for each of the grads and stuffed corn. To Wed Mr. Basset Mrs. Edwards tion following. Mr. and Mrs. Theron Bunter -
All friends and relatives are and Mr. and Mrs. W.M.
wrapped in red and gray paper The dining tables, centered In RecitalMrs.
with miniature palm trees, were Invited to attend. Meng spent the weekend at Cedar -
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Henley Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk
Among the guests were Rev. placed around the ballroom and announce the approachng- Will Edwards presentedher attended the Cubs-Braves base- Key.

and Mrs. DeWitt Farabee and patio. Spool tables encircledthe marriage of their daughter advanced students in a ball series In Atlanta over the Mrs. Nate Dyal has returned e e
Mrs. A.J. Eaves. Assisting in pool. Floating in the pool recital Sunday, June 13, weekend while home
Sheila to Sammy Das sett, son piano enroute from a 22 day tour of ten An educational frill .it any
serving were Mrs. Charles were clusters of flowers In the of Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Has- at 3 o'clock In the First Bap- from a three weeks tour of European countries. school activity in which r-
Sawyer and Mrs. Frow Strick- Hawaiian: motif. At two comers sett of Lake City. tist Church. the West children aren't intertittd.Fathers .
land. TerwillegarLuncheon of the ballroom were bubbling The wedding will Those taking part were: Glad own -
fountains one with punch and Church Ann Ayer Kathleen McGrlff,
June 26 ys
at 8 in the
p.m. kflI
The Madison Street Baptist Honoree the other with water. At another of God, Starke with a recep- Alice Atwood Cynthia and Lan- w: : ..
Church entertained their BUS corner was a hut with a tion following In the church an- da Thornton. Pam and Beth '
graduates at a homemade Ice At Timuquana Club thatched roof. Chapman Joy AndrewsTMlen Day ;

cream supper Sunday afternoonat The guests dressed In Hawaiian nex.All friends and relatives are George, Eollne Green Cindy

5 p.m. at the home of Mr. Miss Anne Terwillegar, BUS attire, danced and rockedto Invited to attend.Parties Cissy. Cathy Sapp. Cindy and ,
and Mrs. P.T. NoUn.Arrangements graduate, was honored by her the tunes of the Dalton Gang Debbie Mitchell Ann Starling

of hydrangeas parents with a surprise lunch- band from Jacksonville. Beth Davis, Sonja Biggs, and
and summer flowers were used eon last Saturday at the Tlmu- Charles Hall was in chargeof Given Jan Searle. Open Mon. thru. Thurs. '

In the party; rooms for the oc- quana Country Club on the St. decorations and Ben Mox- For Sheila Lamia Thornton and Ann ;, 9 to 6 p.m. u'
casion. The buffet table was Johns River in Jacksonville. ley was head of the arrange- Henley, Starling served as ushers.
covered with a green linen cloth covered ments committee. On the social Bride Elect Following the recital, refreshments Frl., Sat 9 to 7 p.m.
The table was
dining
and centered with a colorful committee were Mr. and were served froma AM.rnoons. t
Open Sunday
_
arrangement of zinnias. At one with a yellow Imported cloth, Mrs, Ralph Bryant Mr. and table covered with a white ON "
end of the table was a silver and was centered with an arrangement Mrs. Vernon Silcox. Mr. and Miss Sheila Henley, bride- linen cloth and centered with SALE Itojf
of golden Masterpiece elect of June 26, was honoredat -" "
platter of cake squares Iced Mrs. Pat Farnsworth, Mr. and an arrangment of pastel colored "'J.: i
in red and gray and decora roses. Mrs. Delano Thomas Mr. and a bridal shower on May 15 gladioli. Mrs. Audrey NOW ,y ,.' ,
Miss Rebecca McMillan read at the home of Mrs. Joe Lane. j I
ted with Mrs. Fred Barker, Mr. and George presided at the punch
tiny diplomas. THRU t
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the "If-- for Girls, Games were played and pri- ?
poem
T
Mrs.
Bobby and
Assisting in serving wen McRae Mr. bowl and assisting in serving
and Miss Lou Ann Thomas gave zes were presented. The hostess SAT.
Mrs. Marie Slemer and Mrs and Mrs. Brian Hamilton. Also were Mrs. Jackie Chapman
R.O. Danaby. a graduation toast. assisting in serving were Mr. gave the honoree a four- Mrs. Mable Green and Mrs. e
piece snack serving set as a
and Mrs. Bill
Each guest was presented a Powell. Vic Ada Reddish.
memento of the occasion.
The Pine Level Baptist gift of Chanel perfume as a F.rees, Dr. and Mrs. II.H. A-
Church honored their graduates, memento of the occasion. dame Mr. and Mrs. Herb
at a banquet last Friday night Assisting the hostess were Herres and Mr. and Mrs. The Ladles of the Churchof Duplicate Bridge.
Miss
God honored Henley
in the church Fellowship Hall.' and Charles Hall.Jayne .
Misses June Hardy, Kathy
with a shower on June 7 In the Results GivenThere
The 39 attending were seated Tiish Myers, and DeniseWink-
annex of the church.
at a U-shaped table where ler. Other invited were Terry
Hardy Games and prizes
were played were two ties at
the head table held a center- Linda
Roberts, Debra Prevatt ;
awarded to the winners. ACBL Club
the Duplicate Bridge
piece of red and white roses. Dees, Robyn Warren Gtnl Receives
Down the length of the tables< Townsend, Sharon Howell, Sissy DegreeReceiving The hostesses presented the tournament Tuesday night T ...6J3_ P"REALTONE
honoree with a tablecloth. where there were five tablesIn
was a ,garland of greenery Interspersed Long, Linda Haas, Ellen Blood-

with red candles. worth, Jacque Gasklns, Pam Bachelor of Science Miss Henley was also hon- The play.results were: 1st- Mrs. .1 \P
Place cards marked the seating -
Ricks, and Kelly Richards. In Elementary Educationat ored with a shower given by Lucille Davie and Mrs. Cla-
arrangement and also a Following the luncheon the Tin College, Forsyth Ga. Miss Nina Lovell at her homeon rice Crabtree 2nd tieCur-
each place setting of the graduates girls were given a tour of the was Miss Jayne Eugenia Hardy, June 8.Games tis Sanders and; Jim Curington -

was a small pocket size Tlmuquana Club, and watched daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. were played and prizes and Mrs. F.J. Shaw and ;
with the of the
Bible name
the annual Yacht Club Regatta.
]Hardy, Starke. awarded. The hostess pre- T.A. Sundem; 3rd tieMrs..
graduate engraved on It. For this occasion the honoree
,
Commencement exerciseswere sented the honoree with a
Lou Struth and Mrs G.E. Miller -
The celling of the hall was wore a yellow knit empire held June 6 and saw122 Corning Ware dish as a mem- and Mr. and Mrs. John
covered with red and gray crepe dress with cowl collar.with seniors receive degrees. ento of the occasion. Mussoilne. STEREO MUSIC CENTER
and all the
paper streamers yellow and white coat to match. \ '
graduates were dressed in for- .' .e
mals. e Powerful 100 watt 1PP AMIFM Stereo '
ktJ
During the program severa'' e 8 track stereo tape player built In.
kits were given and films were rad'O'$12681
shown on ""Missionaries Chi Pair of matched walnut speakers..
na" and"Wllne slng."followedby Big Savingsxs
e 4 speed deluxe record changer & dust
a talk by Don Scott of Jack-
sonville. forFather's Deluxe padded stereo headphone set.

Also honored at the banquet

were Steve Charlotte Johns who Whitehead were elected and Day! DELUXE AC-DC

King and Queen as outstanding
Christian young people of the NOW CassetteRecorder

year from grades ninth through A"\- .

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The high school
graduating
seniors of the First Baptist SAT. i : Carp's own brand pak-nit \ OUTFIT
full cut T-shirt a briefs Church were honored throughout or shorts White T-shirts
the day Sunday.The 20 graduates \ 1. S\1 i/ & assl. colors In briefs $ OQ94
marched in and sat asa h ;? \ \ S-XL, shorts 28 to 46.
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group in their caps and gowns \ b\' \ Q 1125 .
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for the morning worship ser
vice. Each honoree was presented -
with a gin from the

church by the pastor, Rev. W. ,..'SSS : .' MEN'S WALK SHORTS .. AC Adaptor Deluxe Carry Case
A. Ilogan. Blank Cassette
.r 'Earphone
Sunday afternoon the group \\1 \\\ ; \\h -1 I Perm press poly/cot \ Batteries Radlo Recording Cord
was honored with a shrimp \ p"S\\ or cot In full cut Ivy e Telephone pick up/Record In Cord
dinner In the Pecan Room of a\'S styling or tapered frayed
The T- \ \ leg. Asst. colors In Ivy
the Garden Restaurant
1'S g 5 ;%r 32-40, frayed 29-38.
shaped banquet table was festive h 5- GRUENBENRUS
with garlands of green t S 20" BREEZEBOX
fern Intertwined with red and

white blossom placed down SHIRTSSPORTDRESS y _r FAN WALTHAMHELBROS

the center. The head table was -KNIT %" 2 speed super quiet .
centered with an arrangement motor-safe, functional
In
of white and red carnations Perm press poly/cot.
plastic grids.
long point collar styling fqta- '
balanced with crystal candla- w/snort sleeves. Asst. a: Rugged dependable 17 JEWEL
bra holding lighted red and In & Knit = ul performance. 3000 /o
patterns Sport MEN'S SWIMWEAR .
:
,
white tapers. Individual place- CFM-I
S-XL. dress 14V to 17. yr. over the WATCHES
cards marked the seating ar- I Choice of lasts or double >, -+Ycounter guarentee.
rangement. Sharing the dinner Knits In handsome solids
with the seniors were Rev. or stripes Sizes 23-48. $ 83 Dress & $1O97V
apart-pill
Mrs. Hogan; Mr. < Mrs. BU MEN'S PAJAMAS t boxed-fully
r Y guar
George Minister of Music: Mr.

A Mrs. James Crosby, upf. ... Cotton broadcloth In coat
of Sunday School; and their style w/long sleeves. f'Hl
Sunday School teachers; Mr. Solids and fancies In
& Mrs. Otto Selmer, Mr. sues A thru D. {

Mrs. Carl Hurst, and Louis I ''v l

Garner. \
Following the dinner the seniors .I
attended the Baccalaureati
Service at the High School Sta. MEN'S *S |

dJum. BELTS STRUCTO 24" ALUMINUMCHAIR REALTONE AM.FMRADIO

Luncheon GivenForMrs..Diggs OUR REQ. TO 13.00 t1 GRILLSturdy

2" wide le.thsr 2 ti 0

Circle one of the First United bells wbuck.Le a trim., FOR p ,legs.SrfRR** Weather Built In AC
hgt.
Methodist Church honored adjustment. webbing. rea.st.$297 cord solid 1494

Mrs. Ralph DIal at a Dutch i Chrome grill. v non-tip state depend.

treat luncheon Wednesday of MENS-BOYS DECK MENS-BOYS.YOUTHS
last week at the Holiday Inn. MEN'S CORDOROY
Mrs. Dlggs and family are moving & BASKETBALL SANDALSMEN'S
to ,Okeechobee this week HOUSE SLIPPERS Rubbertirsaoleabras. !
Centering the dining table wmjan SHOES studs In brown. 7-11
arrangement of mixed summer FASHION Rubber sol. and terrycloth Made 'In U.S.A.. canvas 2'6 112. j CARP'SCHARGE

flowers which were presented NECKWEAR In lined olive house slippers and uppers A long wearing OUR REQ. OUR REQ. t r_
to Mrs. DIal gift green aol... In
as a brass brown. >Size 7.12 Navy/white. Vinyl uppers Leather uppers
from Mrs.F.w.Strickland cir- OUR REQ. TO $3.00 7- ffr, & 10-2 $4.99

ele chairman. Mrs. DeWltt! 4.' 1 4W' wld. 2 LJ POLAROID BLACK & DECKER GE AMFM

pilate presented an appro. ids. 0. Oki\ Q. 00 $22.9944 $3ss COLORPAK II 3/8" DRILL
IaJ. ncies and FOR u.99 $266 2.511 $2' CLOCK RADIO
Each of the 19 members attending stripes.l &

presented, Mrs. Dlggs Color prints In Wakes
you to
with a signed Friendship card tmin.Blacks 2591 7100 drills all$999 rnuslo.8Omn.white : / 1897
and the circle as a whole presented | In sec. materials' fsst. sleep shutoffALWAYS
her with the book. "I've
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I Mrs. Bill Phebus son, Ben, J'I' uu'rr Mr. and Mrs. M.B. Eaton ofTexarkana. "' ) FIFTH

and daughter, Connie, and Mrs. P Ark. ware guests r .
Steve Wiggins of Mount Carmel v the past ten days of Mr. and .) r 0 o
fit. are guests this week of 1Sgt Mrs. Pickering. While here the ir'r .1 I a r1 0 .y da 00
i Mr. and Mrs. David Montgom- Pickerings took their guests to p rr ( .. y 1 1o
Busch Gardens and visited Dr.
: ery. The MontSmerys also had
, as Tuesday overnight $ and Mrs. Robert Case and Mrs. M.J. Pickering In a o
Mr. and Mrs. IIL. Tolbert guests of of Perin AFB, Dennison, Texas Lakeland. : o ii iiAgahi
Lake City.William. announc e the birth of a daugh-
ter, Erin Michelle, on Juno 13. Mrs. N.K. Hurst of Indiana- :
Maternal grandparents) are polls, Ind. is visiting her mo- _4
W. Hood HI of Monroe Mrs. Lu Struth and Merrill ther, Mrs. W.S. Slade, this
La. Is spending a month 'a4#
Struth of Starke. week.
with his grandparents, Mr. and qII <

Mrs. W.W Hood, at Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. Frederick De Mrs. D.C. Forehand of Albany
Lake. lano Johnson of Starke announce Ga. was Saturday over-
the birth of a son, night guest of Mrs. Clyde Sin-
Dr. and Mrs. Barney Mc- Frederick Daniel June 13 clair. Is H
STILL
Rae of Lake City, Mrs. Al on GOING ON

llarley and daughter of Mer- In Bradford County Hospital. Chief and M*. J.N. Belche
ritt Island, Sheila, Helen, and
Norfolk
and family of Va. will
Leonard Conner of Orlando
spend next week with their -
parents
and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Kathy Struth Is home
Dobby _
and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell
Mr -
Crawford of Providence attended this week between semestersat >r
thegraduationofM.srkCrawford -- Florida Atlantic University ), and Mrs. A.C. Belch in We Thank
Lake Butler.
in Boca Itaton.!
from HI IS Monday night
4
Mr. and Mrs. ML. Lawson Mr and Mrs. A.W. Anderson -
You For Five
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Oils-
Johns and family of Ventura, t
and daughter, Sally ,spent
and family of Tacoma,
son Calif will arrive next week
with relatives in
the weekend
Wash are spending a month for two weeks vacation with Great Years/ I
Auburndale. .
.
with their parents, Mr. and their )parents, Mr. and Mrs. \ -- -
Mrs. Albert Glisson, and bro- Mr. and Mrs. black Williams J.G. Caldwell and Mrs. AW
thers and families. Mr. and spent last week with their son- Anderson Sr. Rotted Out
Magic Carpet
Mrs. Alfred Glisson and Mr. in-law and daughter, Mr. and
and Mrs. Vernon Glisson. Mrs Charles McQuaig Way- Ardell Crosby is a medical For A Summer Of r
cross, Ga. ihcy; attended the patient in Alachua General Hos Reading
Mrs. G.E. MiCauley of Pa- graduation of their granddaughter pital.
latka spent Thursday to Tues- Beth, from high school Mrs. Roland Clerlcuzlo,Education cards are available at the See Us Today For /A
day with her daughter and family Monday night of last week.Beth Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb Chairman, and Mrs. library; and all boys and girls
Mr. and Mrs Charles lIar- received the DAR Good Citi- visited their son-in-law and George Loper, President of are Invited to come by and get The Deal You Can'tTarn
zenship award and was elect- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John
dy. the Junior Woman's Club of theirs as soon as possible. The'
ed Miss Waycross High; School. Greer, In Bradenton over the Starke, are rolling out the program will offer many sur- Down And
weekend and also attended the "magic carpet" for Jeff Wil prises and will close with a
Masonic Home monthly meet- son and Chris Pearce to Inaugurate party for all readers. We Won9! G
Ing in St. Petersburg on Sun- the summer reading pro- The Vacation Readers Program
COME LAMES I day. gram at the Bradford County Is federally funded under
Public Library.The the Library Services and Con- Mac Baldwin b Years In Stance
Mrs. Mar Jackson and Junior women will dis- struction Act through the Flor-
daughters are visiting her par- tribute reading material to all ida State Library.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Smith, elementary schools In the county Boys and girls should not set CHEVROLET PASSENGER CARS
-7
in Williston Tuesday to Fri-
this week. tle for a dull ummer, but be
day while Mr. Jackson is In Mrs. Martha Minx, Librarian, off into a world of magic ad-
Tampa on business with his said that all children who can venture. Join the "magic maze" .
father, Bill Jackson. read are encouraged to Join underway at Bradford County !\ ,

Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Law- June 18 to August 20. Reading Public Library now. + t. '9"'

son and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
Lawson attended the Woods family Mr and Mrs. Quinn Hoi ten Services Held
reunion In Glenvllle, Ga. and family of Gainesville were lOVER 100 CARS AVAILABLE
on Sunday. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. For Mn. Boring
and Mrs. C.L. Cooper. At Neptune Beach

FASHION FABRICS j visiting Mrs. her Edith sister Christiansen, Mrs.Maude is S/Sgt. and Mrs. Norman Rig- Mrs. John R. Boring 59, the -. .'- \'. \

Strickland in Wildwood this don and family are spendingtwo former Elizabeth Andrews of (
,1 U4 W. CALL ST. I Ii week. weeks with Mrs. Rigdon's Starke, died Tuesday at her 1 c
parents, Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW home in Neptune Beach after
Greg Bozeman of Wewahltch- Brown. The family Is en- a sudden Illness.
i NOW ka and Kent Smith of Tampa route from Grand Forks AFB, She was a native of Starke, INTERNATIONAL
I OPEN---I I were weekend guests of Don North 1 Dakota to Seymour John- the daughter of the late Mr. OLDSMOBILE j'.
Hardy. son AFB, N.C. Mrs Rlgdonand and Mrs. Jos. W. Andrews, and
children will remain with her had lived at the beach for the ; HARVESTER
f StarMFirtt, Quality Fabric Shop Local admittances to Brad- parents for the summer. past 30 years.Surviving .
ford County Hospital this week are her husband, TRACTORS
Featuring Famou* Brand Name I Include: Ernest Plucker and Mrs. Clyde B. TerwlllegarSr. J.R. Boring; two sons, Dr.
( Fabric Of Benjamin Akerley, Lake Geneva of Miami attended the gra- John R. Boring III, Atlanta, Ga.; ;
Every Description A \ ; Mrs. Leona Conner, Lake duation of her granddaughter and Dr. Michael A. Boring,
dcte Line Of Notion A nd Seuv Butler; Mrs. Marian Thomas, Miss Anne Terwlllegar, Monday Los Alamos,N.M.;three daugh- List Sale
and John B, Bradley, Lawtey; night. ters, Mrs. Gay E. Gilbert, of
1441 (J'u.1'' l Trjclw' S51214' SJ90000
upptieCome* Cynthia Thourot Ralford
; Puerto Rico; Mrs. Diana Ma- GOlD CROWN
Harold Phelps and Newton Low- Miss Donna Tilley has enrolled one unit _
Tampa and Miss Carol
yer ; I HC 'Inlt.njtional' Fjtmjll 3185 9loo 195000
CUTLASS SPECIAL I
ery, Keystone Heights; Mrs. at Career Academy In Boring, Neptune Beach;two sis-
In Ruby Griffls, H.A. Lawson, Atlanta where she Is major- ters, Mrs. H.C. Brown, Starke Cutlass : only --
Hardtop Coupe
I t Today-I I I Mrs. Magnolia Lewis, Mrs. ing In Dental Assistant School. and Mrs. Glen Duke, Fort Lau-; Vinyl Root Whlle.illlsj 151 Lo Bar Cub. ;,Id Front 3968 JOUlde' 3m 00
Joan Solze, Darrell) W. Hall)
derdale and nine grandchild- Wheel Covers LouveiM
B* u iful and Mrs. Gladys Hatcher, Rev and Mrs. Denton Sum- ; Hood, Floor Cjrpitmj, out only ----
Starke. rail returned last Saturday after ren.Funeral I 11 HP' isUlicCub 1661
SO Hi" 00o'l
services held >
were _
:
DACRON I POLYESTER FABRICS attending the Southern Uap- at 3 p.m. Thursday in St. Paul's- Mower;
Doyle Crews Jr. is workingin tist convention and vacationingin by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, $3197 OnIanlr

PRINTS-STRIPES tr SOLIDS f Alabama and Tennessee this for the two Ozark weeks. Mountains, Mo. of which she was a member; 1 HP Cub Cadet, 38 Uo>., 113100 915 00

'" Gu r rtU rf W. Kafcl* ', summer. followed by cremation. Ar- ONLY ONE AVAILABLE one only-
rangements were in charge iii.14.lio.: i .".iw; so 119800
Miss Schmidt of Win
'. Mrs. William II. Green of Kay of Gldduns-Grifflth, Jackson- .
Arlington, Va. is visiting Mr. ter Park, a student at FSU, ville Beach. 10 HP Cub Cd.,4Z..II..1311, I ; 00 1091 00
DOUBLE KNIT KLOPMAN and Mrs. Lex Green this week. will arrive Friday to be sum-
mer youth worker at the First 3i MONTH GMAC FINANCING AVAILABLE
CREPES rTRIGGER I IJACOUARDS Mr. and Mrs. Tom King are United Methodist Church. She Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bran- elm trill' Down PIm."m Bin Hilts
will at the home of ham of Hampton! were visitinghis
FAIRWAY In Bloomington, Ind. this sum- stay Mrs.
i parents, Mr and Mrs. S.
J.H. Moseley.
mer where Mrs. King is attending -
E. Branham in Palatka Sun-

STRIPES PRINTS I KEYNOTE SUPER VINO PLU diana. the University of In- Atlanta Miss Louise Sunday Stern to Wednesday was in day.Mr.. and Mrs. Cecil Padgettand CfJ8 1J fiJJjJI1lijTt! hlJ: J! I

Mr and Mrs. William S.Glover of last week attending the Lin- son John, moved from
and family are spendingnext den Croxford Piano Seminar Starke to Crystal River last
KETTLE CLOTH: SATINS week at Lake Corruna,Ala. presented by the St. Louis Institute Saturday.
: and will also visit Six Flags of Music. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefan- 1968 CAPRICE WAGON
DENIMSSAILCLOTH LINENS Over Georgia In Atlanta. Gary Hamilton Is in Tampa ellle returned Tuesday of last 1968 Chev Biscane 2Dr.

this summer working for the week from three weeks tour of Radio Heater Air C l. PowerSteering.
CHIFFONS <"'n<
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Norman U.S. Post Office Italy and a week visiting rela- B-f>'l. Power iiiide( Trans I'OUIT.
Power Brakes New \VSAV
and Mr. and Mrs. Tullle Nor- !,
MAJORETTE LACES tives there. Steerinu: Itadio Heater. Very clean
man visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Dave Long of Tires This wagon is ready for that
.
all
B.J. Eggers In Jacksonville Orlando were vlsltine his par- Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooperwere summer vacation trip anywhere. car :and in tfwulhipc: i\er.
Sunday. They attended the 50th ents, Col. and Mrs. T.T. Long, In Live Oak on businesslast

A A Fabric For Every Mrs.wedding Hugh anniversary Ilaltiwanger of Mr.while and on Sunday. Lawrence Thursday Keith Carlisle of Sale Price $2,495.00 Sale Price $1,295.00

[gggrarffl there. Mrs. C.L. Cooper was visit- Albuquerque, N'.M. Is spendingthe See (.E ton Jordan. .) on this one Sfe (flub l Ifemlry) on (his. one
Ing her brother and slster-ln- summer with his grandmother -
Miss Beverly Eggers of Jack- law, Mr. and Mrs.Ernest Lord, Mrs. Ruth Carlisle.
sonville Is visiting her grand- in Old Town Monday night and Mrs. Carlisle also had her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Tullie attended the bridal shower for daughter, Miss Audrey Car- 1970 Chevy II Nova Coupe 1969 Olds 98 4Dr. H. T.
Norman this week. Larry Lord's fiancee, Miss La- lisle of Miami, home from Sun
wanda Bennett In Cross City. day to Thursday. Vinyl top. Radio Heater. Ext Decor (One Word Sum- II (I'p ((1.0 I () \1):1))(: )
Mrs. Lillian Kirkwood and - - I'.iKir., :New tires and Rally wheels'l'n'
(Clean and Ifeadv To fin.;
Mrs. Nancy Adams of Jackson-
SHARP SHARP, SHARP, SHARP
ville Beach were Sunday vis- f

11 : itors of Mrs. F.J. Shaw. Sale Price $2,195.00 Sale Price $2,2995.00 $
111 /
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moreland
of Jacksonville and Mr. and See (Walter Alvarcon) this. one .
See (Jim Law -nn) 'n this one. J
Vogue By i Order Mrs. Robert Moreland of Bal- SDperasonSpecial
timore, Md. were Monday
luncheon guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Andrews at Kings-
ley Lake. 1967 Chevy / Ton PickupOnly

Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Til- One Left. :New Paint flood; .
ley of West Hollywood are vis- tires, and a new B-c>l. Eng Theres
iting their parents, Mr and I lots of miles:! left in thin one.
"Get A quainted Special Mrs. JG. Jackson and Mrs.
Robbie Shaller this week. Sale Price $1,195.00See

BRING: THIS AD I AND 1 1Elk1 GET !
Rev. and Mrs. John Strick- ( Anv Of {ITs) On This One.
land were In Montgomery, Ala.
the first of the week visiting
the Pine Level Baptist Church
young people In the hospital 0o 0O

| ANY PURCHASE OVER $2.00A there.Mr. and Mrs.Robert Mathews o N HI

Thursday. Friday, Saturday Only have moved from 1300 Pratt
St. to 3120 NW 9th St., Gaines- O
Bring A Friend And Come In And Meet ville. Mr. Mathews and the +
former Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas 24.OOO BTU'S
Mrs. Elizabeth Knight were married March 13. 11-.M..Irt11. ...,...... 18,000 btU'S
Owner Mrs. Mathews will continue

YouH Be Sew Glad You Did! | working Mrs. Mathews'at Andrews son Drug and daugh-Store. Discount Prices Pu! Service U.S. 301 North Priori 964-7500

ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. PBODBIt World' Largest Selling Air Conditioner
Tommy Thomas, are moving
STARKE
FLORIDA"Sooner
REMEMBER from South street Into his mo- We Do Our Own Financing ,
ther's home of Pratt Street.

f Sew It Yourself And Save Steve Padgett of Mlddleburg) Winkler Electric Inc. or Later Your Favorite

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Six Thin-clads ,.. I s 1 o .,X xypr rFI Mr Men's League] Tied U P At SetF.Frlda Gradron Santa F. ,


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CunMngham Gulf and the the lucky; bounce of the ball. HursUTerwlllegar led 5-3 An Informal graduation cer-
State BoundSix Independents each 'split When any of the top four teams after three innings and 6-3 .
two Men'a League games last are paired against each other .Bolng Into the t topof the! seventh. foroSSanta Fe JuniordCollege's
week leaving the two teams you can expect usually to see Williams-Community then 262 candidates tor graduation
deadlocked for first place.WillamsCommunity an exciting contest." Rayburn made a strong effort to pull at the end of Term IV.
won two ays. the game out of the fire, scor- Friends and relatlv.s'or the
Tornadoes thln-clads traveled ville, returned Qualified In at games and are In third place, ing twice. With the tying run candidates are Invited to the
to Jacksonville Friday least one event. Levy Lennon one halt game behind the co- dAME RESULTS TUESDAY on second and the go ahead ceremony at 3 p.m. at Santa
morning and returned thateven- IS, turned In the best perfor- league leaders. The Hippies, JUNES- run at first the next W-C Fe's West House auditorium.
ing Qualified for the State Junior mance of the day with a first the HursUTerwlllegar team CUNNINGHAM batter looked at third called 723 W. University Ave., and to
Olympics scheduled for place win In the 100 yard dash spUt a pair and are In fourth FIRST BAPTIST 12 2 strike and the game was over. the reception following In,, West
Winter Park. July 10. with a time of 10.2. and a sec- place, one game out of first. The losers outhlt the winners House student lounge.
ond place In the running long 9-7 with Tommy Elland going one-half (53 per cent)
Though the Tornadoes were "This year's league Is the Cunningham started slow anu Over
few In number,they were strongIn Jump/ of 18' 10". most balanced ever and we expect led only 7-2 after four Innings, two-for-two.Hardee David had Bennett circuit and of the candidates are.trom A-
force. The trackmen from Jimmy Ricks 15. took first rite league standings to but came up. with five runs In Terry lachua and Bradford count '.s
Bradford High _Ik.dawaywlthno place In the high jump of 56"\ p. ire :hs A..y change after each nlghtof I league the bottom of the fifth to put clouts. with almost one half (49 per
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less than two first places, INw .. 7i action Bee Director Gene the game away in five Innings. cent) of them from Gaines
"Ricks has Jumped as high says
THURSDAY. JUNE 10 One-third of the candidates -
six second two fourth ville.
places,
places, .two fifth places, and as 6 feet In practice," Coach Jimmy Ricks take. first place In the high jump at the Ray burn. The Gulf team collected 12 FIRST BAPTIST 14 are from other Florida
said. "But the hits and
one seventh place. George Loper District Olympics.both Four teams are capable of were .led by Harold ANDREWS 4 cities and the remainder come
has been sick and hasn't hada beating each other and tile fact Davis, who was two-for-three. from 11 other states and 8 foreign -
Saturday's meet was the hard practice In almost a that makes Interesting none Bobby Miner was two-for-' The Church team brougll4their countries.
the high and low hurdles. took fourth place In the 440 hitting clothes and rappedout
District Junior Olympics sponsored month. of these four teams are superior three for the losers.
by the Jacksonville Recreation Buddy Peterson competingIn Andrews ran 14.7 In the highs with a 55.8. Hodge also took enough over the others to even 15 base hits and recorded
Department. The first the senior division 16-17, and a 20.6 In the lows. fifth place awards throwing the inoculate on fl a outcome of the their first win of the second e e e>
four finishers In each event took second place In both the Sophomore Richard Fill com- 12 pound shot and In the 100 games he adds. HURSTTERWiLLEGAR6WiLLIAMSCOMMUNITY half, a 14-4 five Inning game Walking Is tM most htalth-
will go from the district to the. half mile and two mile. Pater- peting In the seniors finished yard dash. It's Just a matter of which 5 over Andrews. ful jam of exercise. and 'if
state meet, where the winner son ran a 2:09: In the 880 and fourth In the 440 with a 54.4 "They all turned In a good team happens to be hitting at The Church team trailed 3-1 it weren't for the way airports -
of each event will go on to 11:03: In the two mile. and seventh In the 100. performance, Loper said. Con- the time coupled with which In a real fine ball game the after one inning, but then came are built, 'the modern
,
,; the national final. Jimmy Andrews, also com- Sheldon Hodge from the sidering that they haven't team commits the fewest field- Hippies edged Jewelry-Bank up with eight runs In the sec- American littlf opportunity would to have indulge vtry in
( All of the boys making the peting In the senior division Bradford Middle School com- worked hard since the state Ing errors and which team Betamar.rwrwrrr team by one run.nerwrrrl.wwrwr. (See Page 5)w.erwrswrrr) it.
trip from Starke to Jackson- took second place finishes In peted with 14-15 year olds and meet."
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I %BPOE Tops Bantam League By Game 1e 1a I I



With five games remaining 8-7 victory over the last place ditional 14 runs over the next In Bantam Baseball action e \i ;
BPQE) Is out In front of the Police team.Downfall five Innings. Monday June 14, cellar dwell- .
Bantam League standings by a of the Police team The winners had only seven ing Police Dept. Jolted league 11 I
full tpm. Southern Discount was the second Inning after they hits but Coke could musterbut leading BPOE with a 4-3 come
has f moved up the ladder Into led 61. After the bottom of two both by Mike Coleman. from behind victory. .
second place and Coca Cola who the second Discount led 7-6 For BPOE Carl Hamm was two- The win by the Police did : .
haven been leaders or co-lead- having plated six big runs. for-two RobertFdmondsonwas the other two teams that are
ers >..of the league all season Neither team could score again two-for-three. Keith Kelley battling for the league champ 1 j
hav....,.fellen to third. A half until Police pushed the Bill Lundy and Randy Edmondson ionship a real big favor. Priorto j l
game1' behind Discount and a typing run across the plat In each had one hit. today's game BPOE held ;
game and one-half behind BPEe the sixth Inning. Then In the (Cont. to Page 5))
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bottom of the seventh Discountwon .
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Remainder of the league the game when the Police 1
What Is It?
schedule should prove most Interesting pitcher forced the winning run : J5\ ::
as any of these three home by giving up a bases The 4-Week Summer Program! / '
teams could win all the mar- leaded walk.Hardest .
bles"Jf the others falter the hitting of the sea At The Vo-Tech CenterWILL 1 We're Giving Away Some Real Fine Prizes 1
least bit Rec Director
says son was In this game with a
Gene Rayburn. total of 16 being recorded, eight : To Those Who Can Guess (or come the 1

Police Dept. Is out of the by each team. INCLUDETHE i

race, tor championship honors. Jeff Jockel. William Muse, FOLLOWING 1 closest to guessing) When our Thermometer 1
However its very possible this and Rex Selmer each had two I
team>111 determine the league MU while Wade Winkler and Reaches 100 Degrees I '

champion. BPOE has five games Andy Crews had one each. For I'I ''
remaining to be played: as does Police Chuck Register had two RADIO S, TELEVISION REPAIR j AND YOU CAN HAVE 2 GUESSES. .
Southern Discount. Coke and bunt singles. Collecting a hit
Poll have only four games each were John Kilby, Dean ;

left. Brown Jim Prevatt, James
II !
BNiE and Discount have to Groves, Dinky; Kllby and Gary DIESEL MECHANICS -- MASONRY TRADES : Her Ar* The Detail!

make up a game against each Bakken. CONTEST' RULES JUDGINGI FILL OUT FORMS I. !
other that was rained out. Consequently 1 ""I. YILIY/r--.xnr, / ra..pI YLN, VM.
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mil MiHrtif rmphiirr. *. iflrtTiiirw., .* ihrlr. ,"1/rhArwn Lx/M-Inul1M.Ihrlr h
of these teams I .... .. .
one ,
.11. unrnl.Xwuwem. (n *irh) "A" "B"
.: and
RESULTS THURSDAY, TYPING .. .. f r HUMN.I, | ltf Witter, .III, heIh..ti I
will have another loss and that II -- SHORTHAND HORTICULTURE i*
JUNE 10- WhNt.ttiM..Iht limeunit 'Ia'l Inul the Nmt l I.mi''r>MtiiitINN .. Ih*Hr,*| trrirnil, ..f
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Police and Southern Discount typical Bantam League battle Vr The Four Weeks At Many As Three Hours Per Day,4 I ,In 11.. ....,. ..I .v ..h. pO..111. ... II I''dr.' |-.MIM-.1,. ,
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Luther, a Junior out for foot center when Pardon \fct'lei-
Neacs And Activities From ball for the first time this Ian broke his leg, then, at line 8 Team Softball
spring, will bo used as a defensive backer after l Dale .lohns head
THE tackle. "lie didn't know Injury. Melvin and Charles
RECREATION CENTER the first thing about football Wright are tabbed the two f OWN THIS
when he came out, but has strongest hitters on the squad. Tourney Slatedn
learned a lot," Coach Sexton Parrish, a junior up from I AIR CONDITIONED
sa>'s. the, IV, will bo another weak -

REGISTRATION: ; / The 1971 Summer Recreation I.uther was a starting defensive side guard. With work on \ eight team Invitational I H'd play host to lied 1 Lion of 2-DR. 74 :

FOR TINY TOTS Playground Program, designed Coaches tackle hope In practice the spring this game.fall weights I'arrlsh could to become see action stronger at Softball lournamcnt will Recreation be i..,Inl.'ville.I | DATSUN WITH
SUMMI/ conducted btin starke -
PROGRAM to provide ,
fun I he
schedule will
summer tourney re-
and "a couple of under- guard next lie will definitely
SET IIKIMY/ ,, far boys and games season. ( ))Department I rlda.v, .
HJVI: : 18 girls aces 7-13 his belt" will mike Luther I an be a member of the, sumo after lunch S.wrdawlUI RADIO FOR
lune '18!I
for a six week period will tackle. The lornado Saturday, and Sunday i her first game scheduled for
outstanding new specialty teams to return -
I1)!), and :2(1.I !( .
open Monday, Juno 21, and will is and 1 I.1::311 The Starhc Recreation/ Department be comer strong quick, IXUILS/ and kickoffs I'he tourney will feature Williams -
announces that registration programmed through July has done a good job for the Center: : I Farelonlcl'lelllfI, lewln.('ommllnU\ Mink ( each hour and a half.I .
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for the Summer TIny short time' he's placed football!. and U'a>'ne I ambus. and IllIrst'othellTenvillegar! I inals of the tourney will be
lots Program will be held I Fri- Indoor and outdoor activitieswill Guards: David Mclutchen :\lc'lellan, senior letterman, I lord. both of the local I league played Siinda.\ .iftcrnoon beginning -
diy June 18 at the Pratt be scheduled dally! :Monday! Dennis Crawford, Car1lvln.; : was the starting center last and the following out of Umn .a :2.tw!: )>.m. i
Simi' f /lr( >rrratlnn CrntfrOa.m.' through! rrlday 1:30-5:30: : p.m. and Robin I'arrlsh. season until lie broke his leg teams: lachsonvlllc' O j.C,., inch \dmlsslun to lie( tournament
noon and 1.30/ 3everlylcRae' :McCutchcn junior 1 letterman In I live Oak He Is ; Is 'il!' | ,
: .30: / p.m. and Debra Ashley : the ( !gamo Gainesville Red I Lion and for tIc entire slate of .
This program Is will conduct/ the program: plays weak side guard: : and"duesa < also an experienced defensive lalnesvlllc; \looseladum ,Imc''!. a
sot
up for 1 prcltj good lob." strong and end Icrmed a fine performer ; its a
boys and Ml-st.irs! S '
girls ages' 4, K. ; (\ugiistlnc -
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11.1'0J.I'SSO I I I: q
6 quick, he makes' up a lot for at center, the coaches are
years of age: A child rv's; and M icclcnm.Ml .
must TO 1 111: Ol nw:1J: :I his short height. looking for Mel lellan to 1 play '
bo four years old by June I I. IH'KIV,' St:M\/ IIJt||: "li\ld) worked real hard ibis. :.1 t lot of football and do a good) tight team will see u- New (I.oratiivn. 510 2 Door Sedan 16
1971 to be eligible tc> participate iii:titL: .\"1"101'loCiI:' / ; \" spring," 'oach Sexton says, job. He Is also expected to (Ie lion I I' rlclaj night with the >cwclr 5 III 10 b.. ..,-... ..,<. 4P fiverlupad'' an. engine
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In the program.. "110 showed' us he wants to a team leader, touch lluisc >-llank team hosting l lo-< "......11"U....to tl. III JO IV> .p,padd.a 'hnnh, "nucket1irpnne t
Raton lessons, beginner or 's Pizza of Macclewiv: GlOVER : III| t tcrflAi riitored'
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lie play and Is eaflblo.lc ut- '
program will open M!>n- sajs. II/101! M I hi
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advanced, ont-two-or Uree 1)(1- 7 p.m. In game no onet tN.I5 O. 2 day, June 21, and will be chen Is bibbed! as a starter H \l'I KS; 01LANGLEY
through 1 Friday. programmed 'July- ton will begin! Tuesday I : July' !fit next season lie also plays defensive \i tlachi' Henr.v, junior lettcr- : p.m. game no two will ELECTRIC 'w'w''. ." .
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at p.m. at the Pratt St. with lh.il. "could to of match lIaf!") 's of !si. \I iuustlnc -
3it, a period of six weeks.' Hie mlddlcguard: ) min, well one
program will I function each Ccntci. Mclvln I and (' the best runninr backs In tile with G;',Inc s t 1110 Moose., COMPLETE: ( -
morning Monday' Uirowh: I..rl- I cc for the. lesson will be junior lettermen, arc expx'cboth confeicnce. He Is, right mm, dame( no. three, set for 9> 30) HEI'AIK SEKICE DATSUN
S3:! for one month's, lessons', p.m. sends lacKsonvlllc '1.1.' ..
dij' 30-11.3D: : ) a.m. with addedcvperiencc, U> relt-: one of the best defensive cor- lltlIIKATINO.. :
each 'i'ucsday J-") p.m. Ha- I b Improve (lie 'tornado defense nerfo.uks In tin, conference," up) against the Mi-Stars of \. \\ <; \ __ ..._ :' .
Hcverlj McKac! will be In AIR coutrloxlMoved : '( -
t/nis will' 1x3 Instructor lacluia.
provided. The from their linebacker iwiltions. says (oath lluisc, who tutors,
of ,
charge the program. will i IIC Sue Honlcskl. (''infold, a good trapping "tin hjckficld.: llcnrv was ills) I In,11 I game of the tvciiiiu' To .114:J N. Close-By In Southwest Jacksonville
i is scheduled for I0:4"p.m.. Ilrs.Phono I i n ", A
I'hone or come bj the I'c- guard, pulled a Inm.trlrumuscle ; : Walnut -J1 \ 1'1 i i I
SI,:M\tri; I'1,11 C1I0\D; :: creation Department and register which limited Ms plav list (See Poge 6)) when Hurst shell-Icrwillci, it' !96I.. 43.;
;io OPI\::: :vo\im now for the class. season, then missed the !Senior
//I: Fame with an appendectomy' .
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coaches '.
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(ouch Sexton says,and Is working (From- Page tackle.1)) He has the ability to last\11111 season In was, a then starting started guard at : Join The Carrier Comfort Parade oe

hard to be a (good football do the Job loach David llursc

player. says.f.asklns, Junior letterman: Is Bantam League.., e
Tackles: !Hobby l>yal, Handy slated for the week side tackle o 9O
(;:*skins, David :Ncwham': Wayne post. lie worked hard In the (From Page 4)a ) e
!Norman; and Carl: uther.1 spring and has shown much Improvement .
Dyal and Gasfclns, right now, but has his work one game lead over Southern y f .
are the starting offensive tac- cut out because he weighs only Discount and a game and a e .
kles, Coach Sexton says. Doth 160 and will be blocking play- half lead over third place Coke .
have had to work extra hardto ers who weigh 200 pounds.Gas- Had the Elks team won they .
become accustomed to the kins will benefit greatly from would have gone a game and a .
a good summer's work on half in front of Discount and a .
new position. Dyal was switched .
from guard, Gaskins from end. weights coaches say. full two games over Cohe Asa e
Uyal junior letterman, wasa Norman a Junior up from result of the Police win, BPOihow s e
starting guard last season the JV, missed the last week only holds a one-half game .
and a defensive linebacker lie of the spring with a knee In- lead and one game lead res- e
Is termed a real good ballplayer Jury. A hard worker, Normanhas pectively.In .
quick strong The much to gain from a sum-
Brooker youth is expected to mer's work on weights to increase Bantam action Tuesday ee .
fill the big hole at strong side his weight and strength. June 15, Southern Discount .
rolled 12-7 over Coca Cola ee
moving Its won-lost record to .
.....e..ee..s.City 7-4, good enough for a share .
of first place with the Elks
Lodge In the league standings ee
: Fish & Meat :

STANDINGS (thru Tuesday, o s
June 15)- BPOK & Southern .
Market Discount 7-4 Coca Cola 6-6 .
: : Police Dept. 3-9. e

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SCHEDULE- week beginning .
A fin? R. I1KOWM.EE. !ST. I"ii. "/$ -H077 0o Monday, June 21,will com e

plete the regular season sched
Ernest and Opal Allen O ule. However the following exceptions : :
should be noted. Ir
: stead of playing single gameson I specials' Wednesday and Thursday
a double header will be played !
0 pletes Friday the June schedule 25. which of games.com- Total Central! Heating And Air Conditioning -

The two teams presently tied
GREEN PEANUTS 3lbs. for $1.00. for first place had a game : INCLUDES UP TO 7 OUTLETS 1 RETURN 80,000 BTU
rll ned out and this game will
: FRESH TOMATOES lb. .39 : be re-scheduled for Monday e FURNACE 2 TON AIR CONDITIONER $12 95 :
June 23, If It has a bearing on
FRESH PEAS 3 Ibs for .89 e the standings. As things stand COMPLETE INCLUDING TAX .
now the game will probablyhave

: FRESH BUTTERBEANS 3 lbs. for $$1.00 : very possible to be played that a and play-off it's 0.

White Or Yellow for the championship may then

S FRESH CORN uOZ .49 .. ensue between these twoteamr. : Add On-2 Tons Of Air Conditioning To Your System oe

Monday June 21S P.m.,
WATERMELONS each .50 Police vs Southern Discount. :
June 225 o
Tuesday p.m.

SMALL Unclassified EGGS 5 do:. $$1.00 BPOE Friday vs,Coke.June 25- 6:30: Southern : 1' Carrier s

Discount vs Coke; 8 p.
: CHUCK ROAST OR STEAK lb. .69 A m. Police vs BPOE.
INSTALLED$6ftS

FRESH GROUND BEEF lb. .59 eP (Men's League ... For As i

FRESH RIB OR BRISKET STEW lb. .39 : (From Page 4))

e Smoked Or Fresh on d for a 9-1 lead sand then oI
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e COUNTRY SAUSAGE lb. ,79. scored five more in the next .
two Innings for the 14.4 win .
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going throe-for-three. Danny
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two for the losers, while Ro- ATTENTIONr i
land Henderson and Don Hardy

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take Williams WILLIAMS-COMMUNITY INDEPENDENTS Jewelry-Com 5 9. MOBILEOO\ ; : [ == =


;;;' pendents munlty; locked Bank up and a the real inde-battle .- i K"JI i

of which the oucome was u.
a sportsraaaa'sretreat not settled until the final in
I"J ning.
.< Independents led the> game v
all the way before relinquishing -
'<. It )In the top of the seventh. HOME OWNERS
< : Independent led 3-0 after one,
AND WEAR YOURSELF' OUT. .*( 4-1 after two, 4-3 after four .
and 5-3 going Into the seventh.In e
Playing our 6-966 yard cha m profn shad golf course the top of the seventh .
Freshwater fishing in Crystal Rh/tfk. \ Williams-Community; came up e
Salt.water fishing in the Gulf& )Hi tnbutarjM with three runs to go In front
Playing tennis, on our all.weather court. 6-5 and then set the indepen- : :
e Hunting on nearby private preserves : dents down for the win.
Boating and other water sports actidtJes/ Th? winners outhlt the Independents : Add 2 1/2 Tons Of Central l Cool $
(Bring your own boat to our ramp or ar'I)8.' ) j 13-9 and were paced :
at the plate by.David Bennett's
OR RELAX water 'ff .,' d1reeCorCour"performance Including : To Your Present For 72
e On the sun deck beside our fresh poole : a towering home run. ing System :
Dining in the elegant Plantation Dining Roam Terry lIardee and Tommy El-
e With friends in our intimate Divot Bari lounge land were two-for-three. For As Litfle As yIIr-
100 comfortable, spacious. air conditioned rootslocated the losers, Ricky Bennett and : _ __ :

Just north of Tampa on US 19. via Florida'sTurnpike Lloyd CUptn were two-for- .
and I 1-75 from the Gold Coast US 19 or US 41 three.
from the north and south, and US 301.US 17
from Northeast and Central Florida ',' 1 / ST STANDINGS-t 1)) Independentsand : CALL US TODAY 964-7701 l :
ffJ I Cunningham 4-2; 3)) Williams
For /further information ,
phone (collect) now ((904) 7>5.421 U'il Bank 3-2 Jewelry 4) Hurst- Community;
Shell Ter-
COWXtCE MOORE Sales p"tectoft l{ ( 1 J i wlllegir ;Ford 3-3 5) Andrews
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\ i Slade Gas
(7"YJ.. ,". SCHEDULE-THURSDAY JUNE 177:30: I Appliances i

p.m., Independents vs Gulf; 9
HOTEL & SPORTS RESORTP.O. p.m.. Hurst Terwillegar .
vs First Baptist. I Staike Florida
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p.m., Andrew vs Williams-
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FFA'er Asks scheduled to meet on July 19. linn as quick anybody{ on the Is
squad right now. Hurse says. : DepL Store Constantly :
Brown adds a vary definite triple -
: Its Men's Deportment :
BHS Bi b.. running threat to the BUS Expanding

backfleld. :With Merchandise You Never I
"He's a little rusty but aU Quality

Rural UrbanUnity w v P r rt (From Page I 1)) he some needs competition Is more practice," Hurse and :Expected To Be Able To Buy !I

be relieved of duties June 18,

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1s earlier than July 24 date teach- Henry Brown and Carter are : In Starke. I.I I.
ers will work to. The requestwas expected to form a backfield .
In USNearly opposed by Supt. Casey combination no team In the Father Day
who said It 1s difficult for other Florida Star would trade. I 1W
administrators to close out Keith Tetstone,Junior nomine Thal You'fl De DelighIaI1I /
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r school accounts for the prin back np from the JV. is 1
100 mons and dads was honored as the winner of r J cipal. The board granted the termed the most Improved back 1
were honored Thursday nights the DeKalb Senior award, as request but stipulated Dtggs this spring. "We were very '!(i'1aSJ
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would receive salary If
only
pleasantly surprised and
the local Chapters of the recipient of the poultry farming June 18. \
Future Fanners of America award, and shared the hon- through pleased with the progress Keith t I I
In two other Diggs has been appointed has made on both offense and
held their annual Moms and ors categories. 1 s..ACKS 1L
Dads J superintendent In Okeechobee defense," Coach Hurse says.
Banquet. Other award winners were: County, and Indicated he requested Tetstone will definitely fee ...a tew.sI
Jimmy Alvarez, the District Walter Prevatt who capturedthe the early termination some action next fall .
4 FFA president, was the featured livestock award and Star of duties here so he can move. Cleveland Simmons a senior. I 11..,_e..lrla 1
speaker. Green Hand award;David Waln- and go to work Immediately In. Is out for football for the .
In his "United We wrlght, who won the forestry Ms new position. first time. Experience gained 1 1I
Divided speech We Fall," he award; Wayne Bennett, who a- gLtid --Heard The case of a BHS this spring will enable Simmons .
Stand, America Is divided long with Alvarez was named I amual contract teacher who to Improve rapidly this .
said that
the rural as Star Chapter. Sharing dIe was one of five not recom- fall, Hume says. He definitely .
classes
Into two public speaking award with Alvarez mended back for the 1971.72 Is slated for specialty,) teams 1I
and urban.
the
Is Alvarez was John Clemons. Jack Advisor Paul Hutchins congratulate Alyor.i Ms term. No action was taken, and could see action at !halfback .
This gap narrowing, on
Edwards was named as outstanding however. Chairman Rodney Hall and as a defensive cor- I II
said, but we must become award winning tpeech.
first year student a- brought the matter up but let nerback. .
united If we are to survive -
.' long with Clemons. the matter drop when Supt. Billy Blgham.a Junior up from
the State FFA Casey stood by his recommen- JV dur- I I
president at convention the Improved greatly
"America Is dependent upon Presentation of awards was
It's farmers," said Alvarez. by Paul llutchlns and David this week In Daytona Tax RoU.. dation that the teacher not be ing the spring, but not as much .
life Is that Beach rehired. as was expected, coaches say. .
FFA
"And farmer's
the Smith, of the
of his land. Ills life bloomsas sponsors (From Pog. 1)) Re-employed AccountantNell He missed quite a few days of .
program. Doyle Conner was the last Tucker to again audit all practice, but Is definitely slat 1
his crop does. Providing music\ for the pro- State President from Starke. Ing to the Board of Adjustmentby school accounts. ed for the specialty teams.Big- .
"The American farmer on gram was the chapter's quar- Conner went on to be national July 15.Personal. ham Is a fine competitor and .
the average feeds 50 other A- tet, composed of I Dale Clemons president, a member of the property assess-
could see action at safety, or : Manhattan Shirts
mcrlcans as well as his fam Wayne and Mubba I Bennett, and Florida (House of Representatives ments show an increase of State. '
ily. Agriculture must survive Alvarez, which won the I District and now State Agricultural $224,650. Long said. The 1970!) Boys .. cornerback.Levy Lennon, a Junior run- .. Pa..s.f.ll/GI.. 1
U we are to." 4 title and will competein Commissioner. {personal property total was the fastest man .
Alvarez closed his speech state competition next week. 11492000. [from Page I 1)) on the team, having turned In 1I
of Alvarez
Speaking Hutch-
with a proverb: "It's better to Assessments on timberland .
fall In a cause that t will I eventually The banquet In addition to Ins said, "You couldn't say were at the same level as in completed their Junior year In a 10-flat hundred yard dash
succeed, than to suc- honoring moms and dads of enought about the boy. If I the past five years Long said. high school will see youth study In Lennon track this had spring.never played In I
ceed In a cause that will eventually the Chapter's members,servedas had fort or fifty of this type In the statewide ratio study< organization operation,and political until this
the backfield spring
send-off for Alvarez who of would be down
fall. a at the last year Bradford County was processes of state gover
I'rlor to his speech, Alvarez will be a candidate for state school at :5 every morning." rated at 86 per cent-- three nment. and had to the some switch difficulty from adjusting guard. Iel
The youths from Starke will 1
- -, other from "Ills biggest handicap Inexperience 1 g
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cross the state to participate at the position we 1 QC
In the organization of political have him playing,"Coach Hurse WOO /
parties, election campaigns, says, adding"We definitely are OOO 1
and enforcement of their own not going to give up on him." Ie.u
laws within a mythical 51st Lennon could be a starting defensive 1 ab00 1
state. safety where he can 1 -
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Two outstanding young men utilize his quick reactions and .WM.MM..-:.r..t t: SWIM 1
from Florida's Boys State will speed. 1 Oft .k*. TRUNKS ,
FactoryWe be selected to attend the 26th Stan Reddish Is a Junior halfback TIES TIES TIES ,
e 'eD annual American Legion Boys and defensive safety up .
Nation July 23-30 In Washington from the JV. He has good speed 1I
D.C."BoYI. and t the potential to be a fine
State is one of the football player, but missed i And Other Gifa Too Many To MentionStump's ,
outstanding youth training pro- much of the spring with a bro-
grams of the American Legion ken finger.
," Commander Scoggins Definitely Included In BUS
Have Purchased A Large Quantity Of This says plans for the fall, Reddish, coaches i Dept. Storewwwwwww
"Our boys will have,an opportunity feel, will find a position
to learn a great deal with extra effort and hard work. --- ,
about the functions of
Discontinued Merchandisefaaafi ment. rough practical govern applications (Jo B. Continued) j t
of governmental skills .1
they will gain a greater understanding -

of the good of citizen's the Importance role In _
W / i i u iV" t i i i i b i i iW. iV iBB sflia h iM iBB iMa B sfli Bh lMa rii iW iflB iJe"uafli i i i i i iBk i iBh
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Grid Prospects... Stay Cool All Summer


AND WOULDN'T YOU EXPECT TO PAY MUCH ,
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MUCH MORE FOR CLASSIC COLNIAL LIKE THIS ? year a .S-year-old playing with sophomore varsity competition last-

but did a good Job
WORRY FREE PLASTIC-TOPS ,' under the circumstances,Hurse '-

,.. says Ifefej t
w
q T:," ..." "t'l A Jack-of-all-Trades, Henry ISES I
tR l 1 "Tr'V n Is also one of the better pass
I,.. -.., X v**"*$" *3 *fci) receivers on the squad and
"
will be used In that capacity. -
!
1 1III
,
(! I tI lie Is also the team's kickoff 11111ii1
and punt return specialist.
I "We're counting on him an iIII III (III
awful lot," Nurse says. "We

I \ l lIt Pj I II b be have a every real fine confidence football player.Mall will" III (III I I (III

Wayne Te ts tone, junior let- -
terman, was primarily a defensive
halfback last season.
With a reputation for his exemplary -
attitude, Tetstone is
expected to be a fine football
player next season, when he'll
also be used extensively on offense -

Hii, stone as is a wide already receiver.an accom-Tet TIle Perfect Combination: ; ; Of

plished defensive halfback.
Brad Carter, Junior letter-
man, was the starting fullbackas QUALITY
Antique White And Odd Finish a sophomore at 194 pounds. .
lie had Coach Nurse sweatingthis DEPENDABILITY
N .
rte' spring when he went on
;I I 4 PIECE BEDROOM a pounds.diet and lost down to 163 SERVICE;

"We definitely want him back
-" : w. tllI'r \II'' Ltrr.'
to 194," Hurse think
up says
TRIPLE DRESSER WITH FRAMED MIRROR
ing of how the powerful fullback -

ROOMY DRAWER CHEST running can and use blocking.the weight In All Models Equipped With 2-Speed Quiet

'"-c FULL SIZE PANEL BED AND tIGHT TABLE Carter good team Is a man hard who worker will anda bea Blower Automatic Thermostat-And Dehumicl-

fine football plajer. He Is ifies As Cool.
They .
slated for
a starting slot at
Handsome bedroom furniture built to last! Fine construction details complete t defensive end.

Bernard Brown, who letteredas
feature dust-proofed, center-guided drawers with plenty SAVE $100.00 a sophomore then didn'tcome C e C COOLS . e _PR_ _(:._:
Off Regular Price out last year. Is back, :
of f storage space plus I the valuable I advantage of plastic giving Die squad a big IHt. 4,
proCloseOut Price lie. Is termed a "fine ath
tected tops that will retain their beauty of grain and finish for lete" b>' Coach Hurse. 5,000 BTU 1 Room $129.95
95 Brown is expected to fill the
years. Gracefully turned spindles and distinctive drawer pulls $ 9 9 Important monster mm posi-
tion or roving linebacker one 8,000 BTU To 2 Rooms 179.95
Up
the kind of details usually found in bedrooms costing much -
WAS 299 95

more. Quality-wise and style-wise, and excellent buy for the All AT BUDGET MINDED. PRICES 11,000 BTU Up To 3 Rooms 219.95

price also other pieces to choose from. WITH EASY TERMS
'
.fURI{ 15,000 BTU Up To 4 Rooms 239.95
We Also Have In Stock To Match The Above:

BACHELOR CHEST & BOOKCASE HUTCH REG. 109.90 CLOSE-OUT $69.95 Qualify..!nm HDIIIP nrap. ''rie Furni'hiniMCu ,18,000 BTU Up To 5 Rooms 289.95!

KINGSIZE SPINDLE HEADBOARD REG. 69.95 CLOSE-OUT $39.95 Carpeting
lnlrl"r, bv Victor 24,000 BTU Up To 7 Rooms 349.9;
J800 Park Av '. Orange Park
s e 264-'331: t ,tf f

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xx&ttfttfffffss&v.vFlorida
LEGALSIn 1+ 1r (

+1AI4, Since 1 11150!>:
NOTICr NOTICE:
NOTICE

a Eighth The Circuit Judicial Court Circuit of,Florida In And IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT you fall to do so, Judgment May 26, 1971 May 26, 1971) \\'.11. Drown has made Application e17orida J'reeting 8e"tcl!, ffne.t .
Bradford BRADFORD COUNTY FLA. by Default will be taken against! Leonard C. Adams and May- Mr. James W. Robinson and to the Bradford County;
For County Civil
tlnn Case No. 1017 ; Ac- In Re: Estate of Mrs. Eva you for the relief demandedIn m A. Adams, wife has made Mr. II.E. Wolf In behalf of Zoning Board for reclassification rov r..dP'' t"'- __" ***.*" e
Wood Stump, deceased. the Complaint.DATED Application to the Bradford, owners of property In Santa of the property described
The Florida Bank at Starke Notice To Creditors County, Zoning Board for reclassification Fe Shores has made Application below from IU-B to RI-C

a banking Charles corporation, Plaintiff All creditors of the estateof :: this 20th day of May of the property to the Bradfc: County' 1000' from waters edge out Mrs. Carolyn Cordially
vs
Hardy and Eva Wood Stump, deceased A.D., 1971.GiI.BEUT. described below from RI-A to Zoning Board for reclassification and all around Sampson Lake {
Juanlta M.
Defendants Hardy his wife are hereby notified and required : S. mtOWN RICS : of the property; described being in Townships 8 and 7 Iaver. Welcomes

to file any claims or demands Clerk of the Above Entitled 1/2 ofoF.: 1/4 and the below from RI-B to of Rge 21 East. HcprcjentntiveI'll.
N 1/2 of Sel/4 of 12 RI-C Santa S/D. This request wiO be heardat
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE which they may have against CourtBY Sec. Fe Shore Ui4TiH12 You and Your
FORECLOSURE said estate In the office of : !Deity Edwards Tp. 8S, n 22 E. a parcel con- This change in classification the regular meeting of the
SALE the County; Judge of Bradford taining 51 acres, more or less Is subject to a public hearing Zoning Board which will be 122 N. Bly St. Family to Your
Public notice Is hereby given County; Florida In the court- Deputy Clerk as recorded in Db 69. p. 286 to be held on Tuesday June 29, heard on the last Tuesday In Starke New Home
that pursuant to and In strict house at Starke Florida with Fagan Crouch Anderson & of Public Records of Bradford 1971 at 7:30: p.m. in the County each month. The date of this

+ accordance with the Summary in six calendar months from Folds County, Florida, less portions, Commission room of the Brad- request will be heard June 29,
Final Judgment of Foreclosure the date of the first publica- \ttornc>s for Plaintiff deeded. ford County courthouse at which 1971. The State of FloridaIt
entered In this P.O. Box 1307Gainesville
cause June
on tion of this notice. This change In classificationIs time all persons interested
10, 1971, the undersigned! as Each claim or demand must Florida subject to a public: hearingto shall be heard for or against 6/10 2t 617LEGAL Ii Our Desire to Make You, Feel Welcome and

28th Clerk day of said of June Court, will on the be In writing and must state 5/27 4t 6/17 be held on Tuesday .I tine 29. the, proposal, as Bradford; To Aiiiiint| ; You With Your City.If .
1971 sell
the the place of residence and post 1971 at 7:30: p.m. In the County the Zoning Code of NOTICEI
following described real property Commission of the Bradford County. tor
office address of the claimant, room will not be poo4ble
; situate In Bradford County > are new in the area n phone
-
and must be sworn to by the County courthouse at which any debtsus mide by anyone other you
; Florida to-wlf time all persons interested -John Torode, Chairman th Ernest W.Allen
claimant, his myself -
agent, his attorney
or
South ten feet of Lot Seven call will lirinir you a prompt visit
Bradford
NOTICEI shall be heard for or against: County; Zoning
or It will become void
(7) and Lot Eight ((8)) ,
except the In Board
proposal, as specified 6/1 4t eULEGAL
North fifteen (15)) feet and according to law. from jour local hoMoss." t ""I'a"C'e: :,:
First will not be responsible for the /oning Code of Bradford
publication
Lots Nine ((9)) and Ten ((10)) : Juno 17, 6/3 2t 610TYPEWRITXRRt NOTICEI
1971. any debts Incurred by anyone County. .
her callhe! !\ has. and many
a maps
In
all Block "A" of N.J. -Lillian Stump Administrator other than myself. -HatUe E. I will nof.responsible fer
,
Jones Addition to Town of 527It 6/17 -John Torode (Chairman debts made by anyone other .
Estate of Eva Wood Stump, Simpson. Mftitautl e* any free and wonderful gift* for you
Starke.
:
-Mrs. L.E.Hough.:
Bradford Count /onlng than mi self.
Deceased .
For sole *r tests.Bfe7rd -
at public auction to Elqlri loral husine .
the high- Hoard from !>\! es.MEN'S
est bidder for cash 6/3 6/10 County TeUcnph. 6/24
at the 6/17 2tp 6/3 4' to
4t 7/8 I
East front door of the Bradford -

County; Courthouse InStarke. _
Florida during the legal MIN'SSHIRT'H
-
IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF _
_
hours of
sale to-wit: between T
the hours of 11:00: AM THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT TIE SETS
and 2:00 PM. OF FLORIDA IN AND PERMANENT PRESS
same being a hk
FOR COUN1"Y.Civil
legal sales day and the legal BRADFORD ,A New bold stripes, sellfceleri.
hours of sale. Action No. ii r I 2-Peeket, lent
Dated this 10th day of June IN RE: Adoption of Ronald 1 1 1 pointed teller & shirt
Wayne Ellis a minor l
AD. 1971. sleevi, Sires 14 te 11.LARGEST.
1 9isa
/s/ Gilbert BY: Tasco Lucas Lee and his t'[ 91
S. Brown
4 1
Gertrude M. 1
wife I.ee
Clerk of the Circuit Court q
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
of Bradford County; Florida : Billy Joe Ellis whose SaY

residence Is: Unknown re SAYE 17x l lCOVIH
George H. Pierce ,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a 111*
203-205 North Temple Avenue
Starke. Florida 32091 petition for adoption of the above & FASTEST
named child has been filed by GROWING
Attorney for Plaintiff
Tasco Lucas Lee and his wife (FAMILY

It 6/17 Gertrude M. Lee and you are DISCOUNT
required to serve a copy of STORES

your written defenses if any IN FLORIDA

In The Circuit Court, Eighth to It on Theron A. Yawn, Jr., 1rG ft THE
Judicial Circuit of Florida In Petitioners' Attorney whose SOUTHEASTERN'
And For Bradford County; address Is P.O.Box 340.Starke aE

CIVIL ACTION Florida 32091 on or before the Qa1cE5 ; STATE*
Cecelia Sue Lambert, PlaIn- 12th day of July 1971"and file MIAMI"" -

tiff -vsWilliam Eugene Lam- the original with the Clerk of 1705 NW 3 A...

bert, Defendant. Case No.1109. this Court either before ser- S AVE 120N. Mi.ml Av..
vice on Petitioners' attorneyor q0 IS .
Notice of Suit No Property; 1M43.W. *
TO: William Eugene Lambert Immediately thereafter; EAGLE o o n 520 J.W. Si.3S30 .
r
You are hereby notified that otherwise a default will be entered c CRESS, s.f. n .
an action for Divorce has been against you for the relief 0 ril'W y mi 17th
demanded in the Petition. MT'LLY. 3600 N.W. 23 Av*.
filed against you and you are \\n\ESS: :: my hand and the =r SOLO AT 30 N.W. 27 A*..
required to serve a of.
copy seal of said Court at Starke S i.oa TOtU.OB 4301 N.W. 7 Av..
:written defenses, If
your any t.. .
I- lot Ida this 21st day of :May '
to it, on the plaintiffs attorney 1971. noue CHOICE// 1030 NW 7 Av*.
whose name and addressIs MEN'SBOXED 3710 7* St.3tOW.'FIf .
FRUfI'OFTIIEW011 N.W.
Gil HUHT! :: S. BROWN, As .
Honorable Lex Green,Starke, Clerk of Said Court GOLF PUTTERS WALLETS \ BELTS SnaeiDfy taller** ( f Si.
Florida and file the original BALLS .. TIES I* the finest, I Itakrlet 1721 llr* RW
OR GOLF
i' Asserted celeri, 1051 B.t4 *
with the clerk of the above By Beulah 1l. Moody 1 ay i
styled; court on or before July Deputy Clerk. Gill balls deieit Ina y1 handsome buckled Regular & RediTle. FAMOUS Of ALOC1400t -

12, 1971: otherwise a Judgementmay kex. Attested by Ida styles. Sites 29/12. New 1 be entered against Pre'',. Calf putter chrome Asserted colors width. Handsome SOUTH MIAMI
you 5/27 4t 6/17 Ast'teilldle
for the relief demanded in the dialed shaft & styles' to pll"lIllthl selectien el f I kiI, ptallt.eketks .

complaint ., ; men In / stripes, selld
or petition.
4; YOU t HIALEAH -
WITNESS my hand and the :NOTICE; OF INTENTION TO /; r r. gy liar III,. SAVE 177C J & patterns. suss.al 110 H.l, h Drlv

seal of said Court on June 14, RF.fllSTER FICTITIOUS NAME }:<, YOU d e Sizes 24Ii4$ 1050 W>W.:.4hU.2** St.1T .

1971.GILBERT S. BROWNAs f SAVE 9 'C 4 ."". NORTH Ml AMI
!Notice: Is hereby given that
17% ; ,, 5 1 5lrnirllroAa! ;
Clerk of said Court tile undersigned, under the provisions You SAVE 1.03 'i.re'A 1 f v4 1250 Nt 4 Av..

'! of Chapter 20,953 Lawsof N.MIAMI REACH
By: Beulah M. Moody Florida, Acts of 1941, will I- 1 1 1410 NE 13 St. '
As Deputy; Clerk register with the Clerk of the CAROL CITY

(Court Seal) Circuit Court, In and for Bradford 4F"r 1 u i 1 r 4MONWl(3SrvHOLLYWOOD
: 1. f DAY! ,
County lorida, upon proofof :
6/14 4Uhg 7/8 publication of (this noticeof : f. YMHwCiWlw
303* J hi M SnW.
the fictitious name of A-l a .HOLLY WOOD

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Cab Company under which "'. EAGLE 7X35 KODAK MEN'S l7 KNWtAW.

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME are engaged In business at 121 I INSTAMATK WALK SHORTS '
BINOCULARSCINTIR
Notice is hereby given that North Temple Ave., Starke t
the undersigned under the pro- Bradford, County; Fla. t l FOCUS CAMERAS PERMANENT PRESS LAUDEROALET55NW40AV
T.A. Patrick 51% 6316 Elise I Coated optics. Selection ef smart *.
visions of Chapter 20,953 Lawsof Set contains, wrist plaids & solid .;. .,
Jacksonville Fla. 2K)70WlBM.1023NW) .
Florida Acts of 1941 will Drive Carrying snaps
strap 1 tlashcube, colors Ass'td. 2sil
i .
LaVerne Patrick 49: 6316 Av.
register with the Clerk of the .F & caie.
2PX12S batteries, fabrics. Sites 7..uI 3270N.St t.lU.750t
Fuse: Drive Jacksonville Fla. -
,
.
Court Bradford
Circuit In and for -
Owners. I 1 roll CX126-12 23 to 12. SAVI 39% NE IS Av..
County Florida, upon proof .sra e 372NvDI l H
of publication of this noticeof Dated this 24th day of May y.
ALSO IN -
A.D. 1971 at Starke Bradford J
LONG-
of
the fictitious name ,
SAVI3.00 s t l llsrt
5/27 1 rea
Florida. 4t 6/17
HORN RESTAURANT, under County; *

which I am engaged in businessat He flaeeMS

U.S. 301 South Starke Brad- 1 Hate*
ford County Florida. A ETD AVI S.OO 1X50 Blneeularsf. IT.OO o-j Tilt* Itk.raseilaa .
sI -
Ovid & Thelma Norman 469 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 9 war 520,12 UrsstfM >

West Call St. Starke Fla. FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL MEN'S
Dated this 10th day of June, CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- MEN'S DECKSNEAKERS L' reaksvMleCatsalkeny
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. --'
A.D. 1971 at Starke Bradford UNDERWEAR
County; Florida. CASE NO. 962 I. 4W' ti ; I C kartell* Hit.Calaflaa .

S.E. Sapp, Plaintiff -vs- Lou- I f Uf TILE UNZIP *
h Clttrwittf UC >
6/17 4tp 7/8 ise Auvll Sapp Denfendant. M _
"1 d11en ATHLETIC SHIRTS *aCeee
NOTICE OF SUIT '
yt111'jt'- SIZES IS TO 46 leesk
TO: Louise Auvil Sapp, Place I Crystal R! trCitltr
NOTICENotice of Residence and Address Unknown .. 3 FOB l.H
litfftTIMS
Is hereby given that ,. WASH & WEAR Kk.laeirajr ( >
an order dated 20 May 1971 Ot'K1' -: I"'Ill-( :in NOTIFIED .- SHORTS itMkla

has been Issued by the undersigned that S.I.i:. :Sapp has filed .,, 'r ., SI2ES21TOet talll*
Authorizing the name a Complaint for 0iwrceagainst 3 FOR 2.15t [ (fwattrIsiiaweee
of the gas screw Marlin My you In the Circuit Court of )
official number t Jve=*j T\ / BRIEFS OR
Darlin 285956 lloiida, 1-tenth Judicial Circuit J-ea iV iU // sit*
owned by Ralph Ray Barnes In and for IIr idford Coun- AVIATOR OR \ T-SHIRTS Ft. MfFi.
SIZES S TO XL
of which Jacksonville Fla. lathe Pteree ((2)lalaasvlll
I tj, and }ou arc requited to Deluie
home port, to be changed serve a cops of tour ,\nswer MIRROR SUNGLASSES cushionidcomfort. *

to The Office. L.J. Rader. or pleading; to tie < ompiaini' Optical hinies Halit* CityHeiMStea

Documentation Officer by Dr. upon 1'lainlifrs altor"c) s, Fagan iLi Wire/ temples. s Firm trip "''J: n hf latlae neat* *
CO. use MIO Jacksonville l'rouch.r.Jl'rbon& I olds, .11 soles, sturdy laaakJeckseavflled
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Fla. 6/10 <4t 7/1 212 S.I.1Ilr I t Street P.O. lIox duck uppir.Sim )

1307;, Gainesville; I 'Inrlita. and f, t\ MEN'S BANLON Key Nest
file the, original \ny cr or S'i' to 12.
NOTICE::: I will not be respon-
made pleading in the, office of the, SOCKS
debts by
sible for any BUTANE LIGHTERS.$1.46 r
anyone other than myself. Paul Clerk of the', above Court oil NAT'LtrSOLO e Better /fit. = Lake Park
6/17 or before June 3iUh 1971. IfIeSco.For AT t.H Lake Wales
Wayne Black. 4tp. Linger wear 49
Sites ID 1), Lak* Verm (
BASEBALL GLOVES % SAVE It1 LL Lari


Yourstlf t tt ? \ $9.86 !11 Naples Mattin Maralkeeatelkeerae la.Miraeiat .



FREE RAWLINGS BASEBALL 1 NtwMan. la.

t KAPLAN HOMEIMPROVEMENT '" .
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CO. EAGLE 20" FANS MEN'S RING SANDALS OkeeckekeaOrlaate ( >

t introduce I 1 I Speed, hi-lmpact front 24" GRILLS Oilers, Ala.

REYNOLDSA.LUMINUM & back frills. SWinf I charge '... Handsome nee PakakeePahMtte
Adjustable .
unbreakable blade.Bikof motif", on rick
INSULATED SIDING enamel finish.ModelffTOOO grl/.Aluminum ( eW97 } Irown vinyl. nlitPern, Ca.
feldinc loi<. solo &
Crepe
The Area SAVI 3.00 YOU SAVE 33%
Tri-County YOU
MH To SAY 1.10 cushioned Intele. Plan City


I FIRST III JOB VERY REDUCED PRICE t Sties. 'Jlo 12 i Riviera Pemeae*((2 ItMkSaefer >

:IIM"I :! !.' / Real WYOU 3 ,6 ) 5QJ Sarasetal1Satellite >

and will enable you to "See for your.elf"l! IM CAOTON 11211 3 leackSrtrtlt

t Wttk s FREE ESTIMAKAPLAN t .J!


yae receive a free roll d -. EAGLE LAWN MOWERS 1 GAL. PLASTIC ARRID EXTRA-DRY = S8I Tampa >

3720481"t t I i 3'4' H.P. l-Poiltlon slidetihrenie. Reps liquids JUGS DEODORANT 4.3 0!. LIMIT 2i Tail** Serial nai**

Cuts a 22" wide strip, T" white seal' fer' keirt. TM* taTinsvtlle

P. O. Box 235 ja.oWE T n wheels. Kfauia strip. 14 YOU SAVE 1Rltl .,,, HAI KARATE AFTER 884EvR. ((2)Vr )
l akINaickila
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GAINESVILLE. < ::2" SHAVE LOTION 101, .- LIMIT 1,
IMPROVEMENT CO. N. Palm leack(2)Zeikyrklll )

Member Gainesville Chamber Of Commerce .' GILLETTE ADJUSTABLE $U3 *

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LAWTEY tg M
WITH' 9 I I a 1I"
Br EMMS BUoehmrA

6 .

CHURCH ACTIVITIES 7&zj

Grace United Methodist : : /, ; .
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.;MornIng -
Worship 11 a.m.Choir Practice < >
Wednesday 7 p.m. Prayer DINNERWARE
Meeting 8 p.m. MYF Thursday jai IRONSTONE

8p.m.

Church of God: Sunday School
10 a.m. Worship Services U
ajn. and 7:30: p.m. Prayer
Meeting Wednesday 7:30.

Highland Baptist: Sunday
School 9:45: a.m. Worship Ser-
vices II a.m. and 7:30: p.m. ALU 8tol
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30: mm
followed by Choir Practice. T w +

PTA INSTALLATIONThe BEEF PEA -
Lawtey Elementary PTA

met school Tuesday auditorium June with 8, at the the PRICES GOOD THURS. JUNE 17 THRU WED. JUNE 23

president Mrs. Max Newport
conducting: the business meet- I I OPEN FRIDAYS UNTIL 8 P.M.
Ing. The First Grade won the
room count.
Mrs. Robert E. Lee past
Installed the following <>*$ .
president. :
.4 W-D BRAND
officers for the coming ,, ? U.S. CHOICE RIB
year: President Mrs.Mar-
garet Arwood; Vice President,
Mrs. Sidney D. Harbin; Secretary $ 09
Mrs. Esau Bright Jr.; 1 'V if
Treasurer Mrs. S.C. Harley 1-
Jr.The //t 4'' .. It 1 .N ROA11ST
Mrs
retiring teachers
%*
H.It. Hamilton and Mrs.GeorgeJ. '' ,
Estes, were Introduced and / .V\lF? ,ti
County Superintendent T.L.Casey 1
commended the school for J
last year's accomplishments: \
and also recognized the re-
tirees' years of dedicated ser- E-Z CARVE SAVE
vice, saying they would be \
missed In the school. Mrs. Hamilton '
had taught In the school --- w vt OVEN READY 3Oe
for 20 years and Mrs. Estes *w: r."
for 18 years. They each received IIIIUMi"! LB.
a beautiful sliver tray '
W-D liAND 04DA CHOICI
from the school presented by
Mr. Casey.A NEW YORrCiSIRIPSTEAKS
covered dish dinner was
served In honor of the retiring
teachers. W.D BRAND PURE ((10 IBS S5.69)) BOB WHIT REGULAR


GRADUATES breakfast HONOREDA was given by Ground Beef. 5 PKO. $289 Sliced Bacon La. 59C

Grace Methodist Church for

the high school graduates and 'FAMILY PACK' SAVE 10c USDA GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN W D BRAND SAVE SI.OO SWIFT'S HOSTESS ROUND(SLICED S4.19)Baking )
their parents In the Pecan Room
of the Garden Restaurant last Canned Ham 4s3"ALL
Sunday Mrs. Hamilton morning and at Mrs.8 o'clock.Estes S Hens.39C .

served as hostesses.
Graduates present were Doll
Kemp, Pamela Tye Lamar VEGETABLE SHORTENINGCrisco
Priest. Larry. Norton and Dean
Traylor. Parents attendingwere
Mr. and Mrs. H.EPriest -01. AVG:
Mr. and Mrs. John Tye. Mrs.
Norton, and Mrs. Robert Tray-
lor. Other guests were Mrs.
Ernest Wells Mrs. George Roberts n

Mrs. H.C. Kelly, and .
Rev. Don Denton.PERSONALS ,

LIMIT 1 ASTOR OR
: SAVE JOe ASTOR All VEGETABLEShortening
d
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Crews CRISCO SHORTENING
attended the Rivers Family Reunion 3 LB. 49C WITH 11 $7 30 OR MODE .
at Graham. About 30 CAN PURCHASE CXCLUDINO
members enjoyed! this occas- 3 L B. ,
.. ,. ... CIGARETTES
Limit I Attar or Critco Shortening /S7 50 or mar. purchau..cI.dnq{ clgo "
ion.Mrs. SAVE 24c ASTOR ALL GRINDS CAN
H.C. Wainwright atten-
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Qtili ap4 Vo1- 92 No. 47 June 17, 1971 2nd Section r







I Horse Frolic -- -- BMS -- -= BROOKER in BRIEFBY


To Benefit
LINDA G. COX
A surprise victory for Team The choral activity group Is
Boys RanchA 2 capped the final "It's Aca- under the direction of Mrs. Congratulations! To the Gra- morning and evening service.
Credit demic" program for the year. William Wattenbarger.The plaNet duates of the Brooker area. We They did a wonderful Job for
The contest remained close Is Mrs. Jim llollaway. have two college graduates: the Lord. Ronnie Dyal was the
Horse Frolic and barbecuefor until the final question was The music classes have been Miss Ramona Harrell and Lennox Music Director; Steve Wynnwas

at SFJC benefit of the Florida Sheriffs asked "What city; founded In presenting short musical programs Kelley. Ramona graduated Sunday School Supt.; Debbie -
Boys Ranch will be held 1 1S6S, Is the oldest city in North VIA the TV system to the from Florida State University; Douglas pianist; Kathy

credit registration Saturday and Sunday July 3-4. America?" school. The students have sung with a Bachelor of Science degree Bristol read the scripture;
flee; for the summer at the Clay Maverick Saddle Team 2 answered correctly selections around the themes in Business Administra Steve Wynn, Greg Douglas, and
(Term I) at Santa Fe Club on Highway 21 (Blandln St. Augustine and won the con- of vacation time songs of today tion. She Is the daughter of Larle Temple sang "How Great
College may be made Blvd.) about four miles southof test with 500 points. It was and yesterday spirituals and Mr. and Mrs. Guy HarrelL Thou Art". Ushers were Jim

t; June 25 In the Records the Orange Park High School. the first win this year for Team the sounds of America. Lennox graduated from the my Outlaw Tommy Outlaw
ji t" Office (Room This year's Frolic will be the 2. Team 6 was second and Team University of West Florida inPcnsacola Greg Douglas and Robin Par-

) the College's West House seventh year that the Mavericks 5 was third.Winning SUMMER PROGRAMA receiving a Bachelor rish.
University; Ave. have held a benefit show for players for Team 2 well-rounded summer pro- of Science degree In Physical
registration will be Boys Ranch at Live Oak. were Shorn Smith Hogan Smith gram of instruction and activities Education.mother Mrs. Valerie Bristol and Tony Cas-
; by appointment on The club holds "ride nfght"every and Beth Davis. The other con- Is planned for July 5-30. Doris Kelley and sister Dottie tlen were in charge of the morn-

i at the West House au- Saturday from 6 to 11:30: testants were: Gwen Savage. The Science Department will Sue, attended Lennox's graduation ing message and gave Inspirational -

;: between 8:30: 10:3C: ( p.m. This Is entertainment In Robert Edmundson, and Law- have classes in remedial science exercises Saturday talks.. Tony also sang"
.". and 1:30: 3:30 p.m. Ii which the entire family can rence Budgett; Team 2Alice pre-blology and the human morning June 12. This graduating "Sunday Morning Christian.
addition, a special night ses- participate In one way or another Lefevers Randy Curtis and Robin body. The Social Studies class of 1,300 studentswas The Junior Choir sang a"special -
i sion will be held from 6 to and It has been credited Coodson Team 4Peggy Reading and Language Arts and? the third class to graduate "Jesus Loves Me, led
8 p.m. on June 25. All fees with aiding In the prevention Allen, Don {Waters, and Steve Math departments will have both at the University of West Flo by Larle Temple and Debbie
.,
.
; are due at time of registration. of Juvenile delinquency by keepIng Crawford, Team 5Marcy Sullivan remedial and enrichment class rida. Governor Rcubln Askew Douglas and accompanied by
the young people occupied. Jan Searle and Beth ses. was the guest speaker for this Tony CasUenon the guitar.Mrs.

I New Regular registration for Members of the Maverick club Chapman and Team 6- Benita In addition there will be Pre- occasion. Stanley Green is in charge of
Officers Installed credit courses will be non-held share In work details such as Franklin, Denise Turney and Vocational Industrial Arts, Now for Brooker's fourteen this choir which meets each
June 24-25 cleaning the grounds painting John Tyson. Horticulture and Modern Dance high school Graduates: Stella Tuesday at 4 p.m. in the community -
At Club from 8:30: 11:45:
I Rotary Ladies center. They enjoy sing-
NightRichard a.m.. 1:30: 4:15: P.m.. and buildings, and operating con- classes available for the stu- Marie Archer Danny Royce ;
lag and
Bass JoAnn Bass Valerie Anne perform beautifully
6-8 In Room 101 West cession stands. During the past TEAM 3 PLAY dents.
Jockel principal of i Glover James A. Griffin, and House p.m.interested individuals, seven yearsthe club with the Last Tuesday Team 3's Each week the students will Bristol Anthony Edward Cast- music Night services: Ronnie Dyal,

the Bradford Middle School Carl Hurst. may also register for non- help of other riding clubs and groupe of Viking and Ramsput take a Held trip to an area len (honor student), Deborah director Union; Jimmy Outlaw

was installed as 1971-72 presIdent The Invocation was broughtby credit classes with a mail-In the sale of trophies and ads on a play called THE SOUND point of interest. Ruth Douglas John Michael Training director; Kathy
of Starke 'Rotary at the Father James Cregan. card from the non-credit course has been able to contribute SWALLOWER. The radio play Classes will be held from Douglas Peggy Lucille Edwards cial Bristol music scripture Included reading; spe-

club's annual Ladles Night held The steak dinner was followed brochure to the College's Bus- approximately $20,000 in cash told the story of a boy who 8-12 a.m. Although student are Mildred Aileen Green, Lane Temple solos by
and materials to Boys Ranch. Invented a gadget which encouraged to be the Eddie Joseph Lewis Charleno accompanied by
iness
Office present
at the Holiday Inn last Thursday by group singing led by Gilbert before June 22 Debbie Douglas and Debbie and
night Jockel is shown above Goldwire and the Introduction Classes for Term I beglt The public is Invited to attend could swallow up the "noise entire time they may elect to Faye Melvin, Cynthia Ana Mox-

(at left) receiving thegavel of guests. Following June 28 and end Septembej the benefit this weekend pollution" of motorcycles radios attend less than the total four ley Ronald Eugene Raulerson Greg Larle.Douglas Ushers were accompanied John Bris-by
from retiring president De- farewell remarks by the outgoing I 1. and assist this worthwhilecause. and people. hours.Bummer school application Katherine R. Williams Kelley.
I tol Thressa
Rhonda
Matt These fine young people grad- Jones
Witt T. Farabee. president, a musical program Herres played the boy blanks can be picked up at
Other new officers installedat was presented by Tom $287,773 Goes Marvin;; Judy Crews was his the school and further Information uated from BUS Monday night Harrell and Isabel Bristol.Debbie
June 14. Good luck to all of Douglas and Lavern Out-
Vo Tech Center sister and Cathy Commerfordhad may be gotten by call
this time by B.F. Mizell, and Vicki KIng.Rotaryanns law Jr. brought inspirational
Jr. were: DeWitt T. Farabee and other lady To Santa Fe the cart of Marvin's mo ing the Middle School.by you
vice president; Harry M. guests were presented with gifts Designated Safe ther. The voice parts were Lynn Moxley Rhonda Now for our younger group. messages.

Hatcher secretary and William of ash trays featuring the Rotary Junior Driver AgencyThe done by lAw Clayton, Debbie Bennett, DeborahJohnson, Den- These students have completed PERSONALSMr.
W. Hood treasurer. The emblem. CollegeJune Douglas James Groves Susan Ise Turney Janice Davis and Elementary School here in
and Mrs. Bill Hinton and
Brooker and
McLeod and Robin Goodson. Beverly Allen. are now ready
new officer begin their terms allocation of state education Bradford-Union Voca Members of the chorus were for Junior High School. Most children of New Orleans are
with the first meeting in July. Fancher NamedTo funds to junior colleges tional-Technical Center hu Peggy Stokes Paula Kerseyand of them will transfer to Starke visiting Mrs. Inez Green, Shir-
,
New directors for 1971-72 are: amounted to $287,773 to Santa
been deslglnated as a coopera- Theresa Thompson. Other ConservationDistrict to Middle School. ley and Cherie. All of these,
A.J. Barry Robert Burch Bill Who's WhoIn Fe Junior College in Gainesville ting agency of the National Safe players Included Margaret Ann Rhonda Sue Harrell- Rhonda along with Mr. and Mrs. Tom

Jr. up $13.000 from the$274- ty Council's Driver Improve Norman, Libby Klrkpatrtck Elects has completed two grades in my Cox, Deena and Bradlee and
CollegesPete 289 the school received In June ment Program according to Karen Crawford Cathy Sapp, 3 SupervisorsLeaton one and will be promoted from Mr. and Mrs. Mell Vickery

$68 to $88 Fancher of Starke has 1970. Driver Instructor Roger Skel- Sonja Biggs James ]Harmon 5th grade to 7th.grade.. Con- and son of Gainesville enjoyeda
Funds totaling $120,421 went ton. Debbie Green Mike gratulations! Rhonda for cook-out at Lake Wlnot last
Month your
Per been selected to be listed inWho's Spitze
to Lake City Junior College Morgan, acting chair- work. ihoressa Sunday.
outstanding
Jimmy Matney Mike
Who Among Students in & Forest Ranger School a decrease Such a designation authorizesthe bert Best, Bruce Moyers Cole Val-Ro- man of the Bradford Soil and Carol Jones Hazel Darling Melvin Bristol of Syracuse

NO DOWNPAYMENT American Junior Colleges. of about $27,000 from vo-tech center tb awarda arle Pierce and Teresa De- Water Conservation District Jones John Howard Bristol N.Y. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Fancher was among 33 sec- the $147,056 received In state driver safety certificate of Voe. Cindy Gissy the Board of Supervisors announcethe John Marshall Hlggs HI, Wan- Ronald Bristol and children.
ond students at Santa Fe was nar-
I year Minimum Foundation Programand the NSC on its own, without rator. Mrs. Vellanga directedthe election of three membersof da Gayle Green, Veronica Lynn lie attended the graduation of
Junlo College who met
qualifications state sales tax funds in the board( his Valerie
prior approval of the parent play. Prescott (VIcki will transferto niece Bristol,
of citizenship
Scholarships June 1970. agency. The certificate awarded Incoming Supervisors are: Keystone), Timothy Don Monday night
participation and lead- June allocation to St. Johns James Watson, Graham Bill Mr. and Mrs. Mike Castlenof
(ON YOUR LOT) the school reads: CHORAL PROGRAMThe ; Sharp David Reed Harley, Tony
ership In academic and extra-' River Junior College In Pal- choral Sherwood Starke; and William Ray Stalnakcr. Los Angeles Calif are hereon
curricular activities and gen- atka was $61,691 $13,000 activities group Watson, Hampton Earl Jones visit with Mike's
3 & 4 Bedroom up authorized to present gave three Brooker Baptist Church a family
eral encore perfor-
promise of future usefulness
from the $48,974 received In Defensive Driving Course on mances of its and Leaton Morgan completethe News: The YCAW's (Young Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes
to business and spring program
1 /, and 2 Baths society. June 1970. five-man board.
its own behalf and not as an last week for the students. The Christians at Work) gave as
Funds for Florida's 27 Junior agent of the National Safety 40 member selections These men serve without pay their first project a kitchen
:Moderate Income is no 0 colleges which receive state Council in accordance with depleting group the sang sounds of- and meet monthly to act upon shower for the new church.

longer a.problem If you. support amounted to $6.8 million standards presented by the spring love rain, spirituals requests for conservation assistance This shower was given at the JacksonvilleBusiness
earn less than $130.00a CARD OF THANKS In June allocations Comptroller National Safety council' praise and fantasy. and to conduct other community center. The guests
Fred O. (Bud) Dick- district business.
week May we take this method of A trio of Sharon Lavender enjoyed playing games and
you may qualifyfor thanking our friends for their inson has announced. 192 prsons have graduated Gall Lavender and Susan He- opening gifts for the church.
this program. kind expressions of sympathyin "This was an increase of from the vo-tech'a truck driving wett sang two songs. Chairman Morgan would also The girls served punch and
our recent bereavement. $640,734 above the amount apportioned Instruction course since Mary Beck, Daphlne Robin- I like to express the appreciation cake. Mrs. Lea Temple Is the
Call: 964-8337 These thoughtful act have beena to Junior colleges for its Inception In November 1969. son, Brenda Taylor Sharon of the. Board of Supervisors! to Advisor of this group.

I great source of comfort in June 1970" Dickinson noted. In addition, Skelton says Crosby Susan Hewett and Sharon those who furnished polling places Sunday night, June 6, the sen-
CRGWN our sorrow and will always A major portion of the month the local Florida Development Lavender danced to the and conducted the election. iors (graduates) were honored DirectoryAuto

remain a cherished memory. ly distribution derived froffi Commission has sent its truck popular song "Raindrops Keep Those assisting in this way with a hamburger fry after

.Ann Goodge and LoWe Wi funs of. the Minimum tounaa- Drivers through the course as Fallln' on My Read." were The Farmers Mutual Exchange church services given by the

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[ : .: Not So Merry Miv-Up Marred



Temperance Parade Of Long- Ago;


Though Bradford County is tours to downtown stores. ttie-woo! whiskey IOta had been It seems that the besottedones
one of the few remaining legally In the early years of' this Induced to become a part of the had accidentally pickedup
dry counties In Florida, such century the controversy raged procession and they also car- the wrong banners and the
was not always the case. between those who wanted the ried banners, the legends of girls, in a hurry to rejointhe
Some perhaps assume that saloons closed, and those who which were not altogether flat- procession had picked up .
Bradford has always been dry, thought such action would"ruin tering to the bearers. those that were left behind. .
but time was when there was business" for the Starke mer- The day was hot, and during Thus, one of the "horrible ex-
a so-called "open saloon" on chants. the course of the parade, the amples" with a tobacco-stained
almost every corner In town. The battle continued with the procession stopped at a Call mug surrounded by russet bristles -
Things got pretty rough according "temperance ladles" and other Street establishment to refreshthe proclaimed, "Lips that
to early accounts 1. on workers marchers with cold drinks
dry leaving no stone Touch Liquor Shall Never Touch
Saturday., with flit fights and .unturned to rid Starke of its and snacks, whlje the bannersand Mine," while the other one
shootings enlivening the Call notorious saloons. But even placards were left on the waved aloft "Rum Destroys
Street scene. An early police such a serious Issue sometimeshad sidewalk outside. Beauty; Sweetness, and Purity;
shot and killed In
officer was its humorous side, as observed Let Us Banish It From The
the "Red Light Saloon" which by the late H.E. Lager- The two old sots quicklY Earthl"One!
+FCh A' occupied the brick building that gren an early writer for The gulped down their refreshments poor girl almost fainted ,
f4 is now a part of The Tele- Telegraph. and were the first to leave with the discovery that her
ev graph's quarters on West Call the store. Neither one could
banner declared "My Face
," Street. The Incident took place In an article published many read the inscriptions on the
was unce fair and Clean NowIt
when the officer entered tht years ago Mr. Lagergren reported banners and each grabbed the ;
Is
Repulsive Demon Rum
saloon to Investigate! a distur- the the ladles once
nearest: one at hand. The procession "
Did Another
It. winsome miss
t bance that was in progress. staged a big temperance rally reformed and proceeded ;
No one was ever brought to in which some of the city's handsome down the street, but somehow threw down her banner In holy
horror when she found thatit
trial for the murder. young girls took part
b It was not viewed with quite '
read, "Is My Face Good For
Our dressed in white and carry- the awe and respect that it
editorial "
Women were said to be actually Ing banners with appropriate A Drink?
afraid to pass by the anti-wet slogans.According should Inspire. Some of the But in spite of the mix-up,
saloons on certain weekend to the spectators lining the sidewalk the parade must have been effective -

days, while on their shopping story, a cour"- r*Lagergren"tv...-1.... were laugh outright.so discourteous as to for Bradford County
'HOME GROWN' GROUP remains dry, even today.
l Point of view J PRAISED FOR MUSICAL
: ..,. -

4- Dear Mr. Matthews: '1

s '.
I read with Interest you _II- "
deserved editorial of a coupleof

weeks ago praising "The 4 4N 4y
A Dedicated GroupThe Fore and 20" and drawing a
parallel between this group and
the rock festival in Levy Coun-
telephone rings In the middle Many communities such as Kings- ty. At the end of your edi-

of the night. there's a hurried ley Lake had little or no protection torial you made the remark
conversation. and In a matter of against grass brush or structural that there Just aren't enough of
minutes one of Florida's volunteer fires until the Division of Forestry these groups in circulation.
This I with but I feel
,
agree
Is Its to launched Its rural fire defense
fire departments on way pro- compelled to bring to your attention .l tow S
answer another call for help. gram In 1964. Since that time the that we do have sucha r +4

Division has provided used vehicles group, "home grown", right
Another link has Just been added to], and equipment, radios and trainingto here in Starke The First
the lengthening chain of volunteer fire volunteer departments throughoutthe Baptist Youth Choir, which Is
made of First
up Baptist
departments that Is already serving state. people, along with youngsters young I, gX .n

this area. Waldo. Melrose. from other churches in this 4
Brooker. Bradford County Volun Equipping volunteers Is but one step area, Just finished presentingsix i I'i SL
teers. Keystone Heights. Law- toward fire-readiness. They must also performances of a folk musical --"

tey and now Kingsley Lake.It be trained, and over 34,000 hours of entitled "Natural High", Officers of !the Klngsley Lake Volunteer Fire Deportment "' .mllers of the Kingsley Ladies Auxiliary modal

training for more than 4,250 volun- which to brought anybody a two-fold who cared message to- or. pictured In front of their truck and n.w the attractive new 'jackets which they mad. themselvesand '

was a proud and satisfying occasion teers representing some 353 fire departments come and hear It, Including fir. station during open house Saturday. From left: embroidered on the back with red letters From

when the Klngsley volunteers attest to this fact. performances at BHS. John R. Brad)', Chief Kenneth R, Mott, Assistant left: Alain. Crawford; Evelyn Bradley, president 'Imo

held open house last Saturday In their This musical pointed out the Chief; Gerald Crawford, lat Lieutenant; J.B.. Crow- Mott, secretary-treasurer; Topsy Ebling, ; and Y

attractive and well equipped fire house.It Another Important facet of the pro- oriented difference"high"between and a a natural drug ford, 2nd Lieutenant; BillEdwards, Chalrhian of the means committee chairman; and Mildred Crews.ways The

;;seemed almost unbelievable that gram Is the Interconnecting communications high", in other words, "turn Board. Warren Ebling; Captain, was not In photo. Auxiliary now has 27 members. J.
such a goal could be realized In a network comprising about 157 on" to God. These young*people

year's time for It Is true that the community fire-fighting groups which have put In many hours of
Kingsley Lake department held Its has been Inaugurated under the direction hard work. They are also fresh Kingsley Lake Fire Dept ::$:; ':'';'':>>>'=>>>'!$$, >>!& ,>.:;* :;!i:)):>'::1-:,,> ..

organizational meeting In May of 1970 of Division of Forestry per- faced and neatly dressed and

One' year later they are In a bran sonnel. And the Forestry Service benefits have Into this put musical.their whole Just as hearts they Holds Open House SaturdaySaturday 1 tprC6u
"
new( fire house, housing an efficient In turn for the volunteer units did last year with their rendi- X Q

track and other fire-fighting equip- provide a valuable assist to the Division tion of "Tell It Like It Is". was a proud day obtained on a loan-lease arrangement -
ment, and making plans to obtain a In suppressing hundreds of nui They along with their direc- for members of the KIngsley with the Florida

equipment second truck to put In the them future In Instant and radio con- sance-type fires every year. ually tor, present William high George caliber,. contin-mu- ment Lake when Volunteer open house Fire was Depart held Forest two Service.pumps,It one Is 400-gal-equippedwith }..'l.....................{.r.}..n.:........Y..:.,....iN'.v.......... .f.S.J..:.....T..V........ T......."'. JNJ' :.f;O--vt. ...._....".'.......................................e

sical presentations, both at from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to show Ion and one 200-gallon, and
tact with volunteer departments elsewhere So now'the, KIngsley Lake Volunteer Church and other places andI the newly completed fire( house 800 feet of hose. Equipmentfor --

In the area. Fire .Department become an' important am sure have made many and equipment to the public. the truck cost, approximately
link In a vital chain that affords people including other youngs- Residents of the KIngsley $1,700 and was financedby
Such a goal could not have been protection to the area from ters, stop and think about their Lake area pleased to have associate memberships In j1&

achieved without the dedication of a fires of any source. Property; own- own spiritual and moral wel- adequate fire protection at long the department. _
fare.These last called during the day, Fire Chief John R, Bradley,
small group of KIngsley Lake volunteers ers on Kingsley can now rest easierIn young people deserve viewed the facilities, watcheda Sr. said the department hopesto
M who set their sights on a goal the knowledge that they are protected recognition also. As long as water-pumping demonstration obtain a second truck in the
and-let no obstacle stand In their way from incidents such as the one we have kids like these, and and enjoyed refreshmentsof future and also purchase radio Mr,1n
until v It was achieved. True they could where two nice homes were destroyedon people to help them, our world cake, coffee, and cold drinks contact with Starke and
not have done It alone. They had the lake Just a few months before after cannot all.be In such bad shape served by members of the de-; other nearby departments. He
County partmen's Ladles Auxiliary said the annual drive for associate + 717 C qM.
some fine backing from the Clay the department was organized.The t
The 3x50 concrete block
ft. memberships will be
which financed erect- Thank
Commission
you building, located on a lot In made this summer and expressed f
ion of the fire house, and from res- dedicated group of volunteerswho Kingsley Village donated by hope for continuing
idents of the area who contributed conceived and carried out this Betty A. Phillips Frow Strickland, was constructed support In order that such equipment -
as associate members to create a project are entitled to take a bow. 1250 S. Colley Road by the Clay County Commission may be purchased.
fund for the purchase of equipment fora If there Is a master of ceremonies which has also financed May 5 marked the first .
truck obtained lend-lease from In fire houses for seven anniversary of organizing the I 1
on the house he'd doubtless In .
other communities the county department and Bradley expressed -
the. Forestry Service. "Let's give them a great big handl'1! The building Is equippedwith satisfaction with the :t

1 kitchen facilities, Including progress that had been made .
electric range and refri- since that time. One member '".
'
gerator, donated by business said he thought it would take I
I Still 'Head Of The House'Father's firms, and has folding tables ten years "to get where we ,;i
..- -- given to the department by the are today" and attributed the
"More! people might live to Laldes Auxiliary success of the department to The
Day will be a 61yearold ate the importance of a father In a ripe old age If they weren't The fire truck with a tank the fine cooperation on the part roasted pig, center of attraction at the Luau \
celebration this year but most rearing the children. He must exercise too busy providing for Itt"! capacity of 680 gallons was of members and the public feast Is shown by ( from left,) t Sharon Gaines, Be,.

dads are far too modest to 'think his role as head of the family nice Epps. Wanda Bisho p a Fay. Barker, Harriet Jack

there is a need for a special day to Just as the mother Is the heart. A FarmersHeavy son' and Patsy Hickox.

recognize male parents. father should not be merely a good Diarytie
might want to rib Clyde too
Saturday night was the Dig
provider. lie must provide morallyas rains during the past and the best part of It night. torches flared die muchthis was a full handicap -
The act of honoring fathers was well as materially, and must help week saturated the area and is that the blooms will con- band blared the table was layered tournament, and he had
started In 1910 by Mrs. John Bruce strengthen the children's characterby for the first time In a long tinue for a long time. The perIod and the crowd dared- some fine rounds during the
Dodd of Spokane Washington who not giving them too much too soon. while, water was seen standing of blooming may be prolonged .LUAUI! the biggest bash and tournament).
In the ditches and on lowlands if the old flowers are ', On Saturday June 12, Harold
perhaps the "08t successful
thought that what was good for mo- He must help them grow by rearing
At our the off before to fired 67 in
place dry picked they go social event ever staged at Bishop a his first
thers should be good for fathers too. them In the school of hard knocks
soil soaked up the puddles In seed. our Country Club.Approximately match in the Club Championship. -
Since that time the practice has Increased and must not deny them the strug- a short time but as we have 260 membersand lie turned the front side

to the point where the holiday gles that enabled him to succeed. gotten Into the showery season a guests. from far and near, with a 31five under par.
Is observed In both Canada and it won't be long before crowded Into the club and overflowed This Is two strokes off the
the United States. And perhaps should The generation gap between parent the moisture.soil will be loaded with The campaign against pollu- onto the patio and even course record of 65.
tion is gathering momentumand
be.; and child sometimes tends to become the poolslde. where tables were
from all reports we hear
father By Sam McGarvey also set UD to seat the throng.
the
of when
more a problem such as those of fish kills Costumes were colorful
tries to be a pal Instead of a parent. the path once taken by Doyle in lakes and streams it Is ranging from mu-mus to grass Because of all the activity;
In our prevent permissive society Children pal with one another but When we get our next periodof Conner who not only became being waged Just In time. If skirts for the ladles and wild with the Luau the deadline
the role of father Is more Importantthan they look to their parents for guid- very heavy flooding rains national FFA president but later we are to preserve our natural shirts for the men, topped off for playing your match In the
Juvenile authorities tell and The father the newly Installed culverts at\ won election as Commissioner resources and continue to have with leis which were distributed Club Championship tournamenthas
us
example.
ever. ance good Sampson Run (through the rail of Agriculture. Just about the best fishing avahable.anvwhere at the door. Not all the been moved.up one week.
that 99 per cent of the time a child who will be honored Sunday are those road embanlanent) will be givena in the country grass skirts were on the You must have played your first
becomes delinquent only after the father who provide both. test which will show whetherthe steps will have to be taken however, with one notable gals exception -, match by June 19; second match
has relinquished his role as head bottleneck there has been to correct conditions which being Ski Valenski who by June 26; third match by
of the household.It The Influence of such fathers will broken. Many persons have felt could ruin our waterways obliged, from time to time, July 5: and '....rth match by
all along that the flooding of with his version of the hula July 12, Remember if you are
continue be felt after
to long they According to .
Sampson Crosby and Rowelllakes a poultry economist a in the top bracket in your
Is almost Impossible to e, gger- have gone on to their "Just reward." was caused In part by at the University of dance.The whole roast pig com- match you are responsible for

the bottleneck and now that Florida the poultry industry plete with apple in Its. arranging the match.
is having a period of low mouth
the culverts have been Installed", prices was the "piece de resistance
the moment of truth Is on its and relief may not come School la out now and dri- but had
to go some to outshine
WWWWW
until the end of this
It
way. year. vers must keep their eyes
the other goodies all of
is hard to understand why poultry ) alert for kids who might run which "washed Don't forget the-NCF 21 Club
down"
was
The by
.
Bradford County prices are kept to a low out on the streets while at a delicious drink made with for the kids starting June 28
TELEGRAPH -. level as compared to other play. Incidentally the Chamber coconut milk.The.decorations. Because of the popularity; ofa
II Now Alligator Creek prices, with the result thatproducers of Commerce
is at has taken ,including the free month's membership for j
), ESTABLISHED 187fFLORll a low level of now, and the suffer economic distress. the lead In trying to find Jobs club house, patio and swimming every new member signed up
.
lakes are down but we know for some of the young people pool were simply\ fantastic by an old member the Boardof
;' ChsBill. that when that big drainage during vacation. If you have and reflected fours of effort Directors voted to continue
.. M.Mlea area receives heavy rains, an anything to offer, let the Cham- on the part of Charles this practice Indefinitely
awful lot of water will start ber know about It. Hall and his helpers. U The Bingo Jackpot was won.
) E S S Stand .nn... In the Lord flowing into Sampson Lake and were one of the very few who you last week by Donna Keyes, but
-PhiL 4:1)>. the only outlet is the Run which The northbound lane of US- missed this party; Just suffer we'll be starting another so
A SSO TON passes under the highway brldg 301 between Starke and Law- In silence. I'll say no morel come on out every Wednes-
:.; There are times when our embankment before getting to the railroad toy is poorly drained during of Don't July forget celebrations the big Fourth day night at 8 and have a big
that are time.
rainstorms with the result that --
world seems shaken by the1L1TirlEw planned for Starke
and Keystone The annual meeting and club
cars must travel through long
.
K. I... : >ti KOter-Faislssist turn of events. Conditions we puddles of water. Driving under Heights. The one at Key Jack Hazen has probably champion awards banquet will
MIUM4. sea TtarXey aa4 easei.* fussy have accepted as unchanging, that condition Is hazardous stone will be held Saturday pulled the upset of the year. be coming up In July. More
; a... Mailer t -*. Fee esi change. Values we thought unshakable Bradford's PTA boys and and anyone who speeds is Julyheld and the one here willthe On the first hole of a sudden details later.
Office at Warkev VhtMsisurfer topple.Then It''s time their parents gave a rousing asking for trouble. Monday, July S, at death play-off against Clyde Every day we have. plenty of
; AM ef Male Xrs)", 1S7I.w to turn to our Lord for no circumstance sendoff to Jimmy Alvarez,District Bradford County fair Terwlllegar in the finals on golf tennis and swimming.
tiM.la ... .to .... aiMt 1 rear. $Mi Ollillitrad is greater than the 4 president who is this grounds. Plans call for"shoot- the Club President's Cap Jack. Come on out. we'll find
press 1 gas, $s...> overcoming! power of Jesus week a candidate for state president lag the works" at both events hit a wede .hIIt into the hole something interesting for you
Christ. at the convention at Day One of our favorite shrubsIs and by that we mean "fire. for an Eagie nu. CongratUM-: to do. '
torn Beach. He Is following blooming now crepe myr- works." tions, Jackl! (And for those who. -The Hook.M

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R.H. GREEN FAMILY TO HOLD REUNION ..............._Zl_""'" .... : .::*:::: 8&8S&S8: Hampton Headlines'Z:: ;;*' $: =='=:m.m?;,$' '

The family of Robert H. and Sunday, June 27. All membersof Tommie Meng, Timothy Newman teacher and thanking her for bles the students to face the thank the parents of her sixth with her sister, Mrs. Wim-
Lucretia A. Green will hold the family and friends are By Karen Supeky Julie Saxon, Richard helping them to get ready for next step of \their schoolingwith grade class for their cooperation berly, and her niece Mrs.Pey
their annual reunion at 1837 Invited to attend and bring a BEST OF LUCKCongratulations the first grade. heads held high and una- this year. She also expresses -
Thelma Street Jacksonville basket for the dinner to be have been Slade. Billy Stone DouggleWUllanlson of Mrs. fraid of difficulties to ton.Mr..
,on and Martha Annette Some of the students come. thanks .to the PTA for and Mrs. R.C. Cray
held at noon. expressed already to the entire Woodard. Cupltt's second grade class put If any parents wish to attendIt giving her class two$5 prizesfor visiting Meads,. attended
................... graduating class of Bradford on a puppet show for their fellow should prove to be a rewarding having the greatest atten- church la Hampton and were
........................ Senior High, but Hampton residents Three students, all of whom and
were
There experience
classmates. very dance of parents at two meet- Sunday dinner
: are In the 'Class of 71'. are
LORfftAI : would like to express also graduating from another three groups of pur'H 1 to makeup enlightening. Ings. The parents are also and Mrs.Otto Hicks.TheGray's
: how proud they are of our class. They have completed a the show each group acting On June 17 which Is the last thanked for making the awarding reside In Tampa.Mr. .
2 EST. local students, by congratulating secretarial business course at out a different story. GrouP I, day for classes for this school of the two prizes possible. and Mrs. Gordon Weed,
and wishing them well personally the Vocational-Technical Cen- with Eric Supeky as team capt- year, students will be dismissedone and Bobby,of Miami,are spending
I YOMTROI To know that such a ter, better known as Vo-Tech. ain,,. acted ou the story of a hour early, at 1:30.: PERSONALSMrs. the week with Mr. Weesfs
I Aquarium \. fine group of students live In The three students are: Phyllis clown and dragon having. a Note of gratitude: Mrs. Ear- D.W. Swindell spent last mother, Mrs. T.F. Brown.
this community; brings out the fight. The skit came to a climax selene Zimmerman wishes to weekend In Keystone Heights
Gall Griffin Cheryl Elaine Nor
best In all of With these
us.
CMIMKM co. ; ; with the dragon eating up
and Katie Ann THomas.
man,
thoughts' tie with admiration
great
the clown. Players were: Kevin
SALE I I we all say, "Congratula- SCHOOL NEWS Williamson, Frank Swindell
i tions class of '71: Aretha Ay- SPECIAL EVENTS Robert TUley, Kenny Clark We demonstrate
II cox, Nancy Ann Benchowsky. Monday: the Kindergartenclass ant Debbie Parmenter.v Group our
Randall Donna Mow-
Emory Brown Q with team captain Greg
: 10 GAL. TANKCOMPLETE Fave Crawford. Susan Gayle went on a field trip to John Merw.
SflUI ry and players
the farm of Mr. and Mrs. Joy-
: SETUP 11. 95 Dyal. Albert Timothy Elland, ner. While there they were able Carroll McClellan Tammy lawn.
i mower on
Phyllis Gall Griffin, Jerry Lowell to see a mare and her colt, Baldry, and Marian TrlIler.told' your
Holllfield, Robbie Lee how a dog frightened a
horses and cattle, some baby
: FOUR MATURE LINE BEARERS : Mines, Ronald Leslie Iltnson. pigs, and the usual small animals dragon out of a cave and was We're so sure you'll like our Snapper A completely enclosed transmission. A
i FREE WITH PURCHASE Janice Lynn Lotto David Francis and fowl found on a farm. aided by a band of other animals .. Comet riding mower .H4t: weirtinnfc' it host of fine features no other mower
i Meng, Martin Lee Meng, to drag the dragon Intoa
The children were also able to stuff
out and show its own have It'll
: take
you on'your even grades up to 45'.6Alawn. }(
Cheryl Elaine Norman, La- trap. The dragon was then
.SOME: IN AND BROWSE OUR.NURSERY. -THIS AD ONLY vern II. Outlaw, Jr., Katie Ann and walk pick along blackberries some l back pathways as they killed. Group HI,with four play) Free. Because the Comet is its own total comfdrt and safety. Snapper Comet.
Thomas and Jerry Woods. We went. era: Jackie Hall, Cindy Phoden, salesman. It has powerful 5 to 7 HP ____ You really should see it.
i 10% OFF i wish you the best of every- The faculty; of Hampton Ele- Donna Hall, and Lynne Waters engines,with or without electric \ Give us a call and you can. Free.
= thing there Is to offer and mentary challenged the sixth as the team captain,,. demonstrated starters. All-steel construction. V
: happiness throughout Softball how four different personalities LM
your graders to a game.
; ON ANY NURSERY PLANTS life" With a stunning victory of 8 and types; of people and 'forward speeds plus reverse. rJJJfl;
i i Since congratulations to with animals could live together harmoniously.
seem to 2 the faculty; ran away McDonoufh Power Equipment,
: be In order, we mustnot for- the game. The characterswere Company.Inc.lubsidwry of
.. get the students of Hampton Tuesday: The Hampton Ele- : a rabbit two frogs, anda Fuqua InduitrmJoe's .
.
Elementary who are passing mentary PTA sponsored a trip clown.
Into the Middle School In for the sixth graders to Mor- Thursday; The fifth grade r
.. Starke. Pride dictates that we rison's Cafeteria In the Gainesville class of Mr. Register Is givinga
must .also announce these stu Mall. The students were special program for the graduating
dents. Best of Wishes, seventh'' permitted to do some ahoocliur sixth graders to give
graders to be: Kenneth Aycox and tour the mall after lunch. them a happy sendoff.. The
05TH 05TH OaTNLt .- Ricky Brown Patty; Carroll Students later were taken"to guest singer Carol Hardy, a
IORTH Charlie: Clark, MUle Coleman. the University of Florida and '71) Senior,accompanied Mrs.
ETNSIEO LTIMEEw1II u EGSLI OeIE .. John Crawford Melissa Curtis, toured the main building. They Charlene Francis will sing a
Steven Earnest, Clarence Ed- also had an opportunity; to do song made up for the occasion
:. mark, Carol Hall,Richard Hall, some sightseeing around the and sung to the tune of Pomp
Carl Jackson Sharon Jackson campus. and Circumstance. The play
Linda A. Jones, Mark Joyner, Wednesdays: The Kinder will be composed of meaningful -
.. Patsy Keys, Sandra Kinnard garten class of Mrs. Canova recitations by the pupilsof
Donald Lott Clarence Melton.Docwnentary had a party; at 12:30.: Each the fifth grade. The main
i A Real Savings i child brought a contribution to gist of the oratories will be Saw Shop & Standard Oil StationU.S.
the party; of cold drinks, cookIes to thank the school fellow class-

: BUY ONE GAL REG--4.93 = and the like. The children to their mates, and the teachers for the 301 South Starke, Fla.FOOD .
were saying goodbye
S 4 Stamp Tax Whelp and understanding that ena

: 2ND FCR ,.- .01 :

:. BOTH FCR m : Hits $2,025Reflecting

-
.
: 50 LB. 100% ORGANIC FERTZ. : the rise In Brad- STARKE'SLOWEST
WITH MINORS 6-6-6 2.49 ford's Increased land transactions -
5 documentary stamp tax
collections totaled $2,025 In
e
: 50 LB. COW 1 MANURE. REG .: In May May, up 1970.from $1,185 collected FOOD

: 1.91 An additional documentarysur
WEED FREE 2.89 :
FA I RSUPERMARKETS
: tax on real estate brought
the State of Florida $253 but PRICES !
that tax Is down from $382 In
i Pet Special I 2 May 1970. t r g 320 S. WALNUT ST.
ASc seats Sales of documentary stampsgo

i + it l luF i Dog Or CatCollar : Florida directly General Into Fund.the State In' May of
the stamp tax amounted to $3.8
million statewide, a 33 per cent BONUS BUYS GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1971. QUANTITY RIGHTS BiStBViD.SLICIDl4 .
ASerl cants
i Increase over collection of the
W
same month a year ago,accord :
,: ing to a report by State Comptroller CHUCK ;
Fred 0. Bud)Dickinson.
: REG. 1.98 : Documentary stamps sold in PORK LOIN STEAK flo
: Clay County; in May 1971 totaled CHOPSW59
$6,537, up $600 from the $5-
Now 1.37 i ir 923 collected in May 1970' /..
Union County reported $293In _
documentary stamp taxes, .
U'HII/iiM' tnfii7iiTi.ii.
/
way down from the $1,183 reported -
Any Sergeant Or Holiday i in May 1970. ir: w w fill* SHOW
Statewide, collection for May DOGFOOD HOT DOC

Pet Item 10% OFF. i pared 1971 to totaled$2,902,590$3,847,818 for com-May CHILI

.. 1970. This brought the revenue :
HOLIDAY AUTOMATIC FOGGER Intake for the currently fiscal
/f a" 1 that 14 year to $35..526.a 22.percent
N w iota intvctxidw fumigant to powerful on* eicanittaf
i' kill. all ....o..d intotti tuch a. roach t, flvat, ants Increase over the 11 month
,.. .
tickt .ie In vntir house up to 12000 cubic t 6 01 tr sots
up to 9000 cubic feet Will not harm furntihlngt. or clothing'' period fn thtf! previous fiscal

."'-tI h o,',. V*. ,. $1.98 .,,1.-. :. year.In addition to the regular C fmrricr/ : ROUNDBONELESS""*

: I 11 1 ,>/-. //TC /'- :J.98FLORIDA M''W' 1IIN1 stamp tax on notes, bonds, and
'j other ROASTSIRLOIN
i legal agreements, a
J
'documentary sur tax, leviedon STEAK
J transfers of real estate, ,
i netted the state $593,586 in
PESTCONTROL i May 1971. This was a 27 per $
cent increase sur tax collection III $ ...
Inlay: 1970. m.r", 58ft L19 (inirut i 119J

i i the fiscal sur tax year now collection total $5,190-from aD 'lrwnictf U.S. CHOICE LB uurFrc' !!J atJ: LB

: & Chemical Co. 339 K. CU Street : 360, nearly nine per cent a-
Phe M4-S745 bove collection for the 11
.......................e.eee.e.eeeeeee.NISSr the previous fiscal monthsof year. COMPARE! ,;:: :,,; '.: ': ':'

fall1llyslze Banquet Cream Pies .w'.". 4/l/ si'; '02oe YELLOW SWEETDRIVE

Coffee Rich IOOIIN'OU'". 47c sot 3< "
i I
Who i Frozen Coffee Rich 'O:;'.'".'. 24c 25e 'I& ; :i )_' CORN

says INZYMI DtUHClNT Frozen Orange Juice ':':;"('."? 8/51sl.e/ : sec II '.. ',' I[ 7"
-
-
ills silly to have a 1?'//rJ,::, Frozen Orange Juice irsr, :ss:- : 4/l/ SI l 32 370595c ii::> .: EARr'f 6 C

safe deposit box? $1.99 Libby Orange J.Juice'I "DC'(0"" / si i oo s* ., frrirrir' r

Libby Drinks ssusvssssSouthland ::; ::: : 9199c :117 14.

Greens ..:.01':0345t:: / 53e 8C

French Fries 101-011" 29c 39C' toe
Burglars. Pantry SEALED IN PUOMLMro \\initia
Pride f"l>MNIIlCOFFEE Frozen Hash Browns "":.41' 3/lM7/ : I7C 7Ytth FANCY OOIDIN RIPIBANANAS

Frozen French Fries ntr.n. 3/29C3/3SC/ 6*

Breaded Shrimp! noun':".';:".c. $1" SI 159 70, 4o

Breaded Shrimp ..':auw..' ', ..vs.. ..". $1" SI 1 99 30C \. ....

< Wintree Deviled Crabs :'::': 89: si 09 ?o.

mum LB 59 Cat Litter .. ,. 0 19c 89C' toe ':(. LB lOcJy
irlrrurn
'..
BAG Foamy Liquid Detergent 4/l/ II,1l6 ,lie ..

.... Scouring Sponges ICO'C- '''0.' 2/49/ she 9.
...t ..au.... .
., 10 l3J .UU
U 1 .0'
.
.... u'
COMPARE ......0.. .., '0 Scotch t Card 'ODe $1" SI91 i 9C' ertan".
POTATOES 65

Laundry Rinse ".-. sssi, ...- 69c 79C' 10& Pantry Pride Spray Starch a'> 29c < 61 W ISt1.N. SNOW t"ll la.Gl MI...O .,", ?

Kiwi Shoe Polish .w.neum 32' 33* i I&
According to FBI statistics/ ,there's a burglary CAULIFLOWER1.SNlUtOtOHiO.NiaM ....37
every 20 seconds.Why take chances safe deposit bv.. Glory Foam Rug Cleaner ..0. sr'SI1910C'! Cr-.sco [) '
in our bank only costs a few dollars a year.And even .. '..0..0". -
38c iu
N/ -' 49C'
Tea
Pride Bags :
that Is tax deductible. So don't listen to burglars. Pantry LEMONS..........002. ..1N..: :..48
Protect your valuables against theft and fire.
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Services Held Raymond E. Hess Frank M. Cruce

For Mrs. Stump Services Held Services Held

In Jones Chapel In Jones Chapel In Jones ChapelFrank


Mrs. Eva Wood Stump 85, ofStarke. Raymond E.Hess 79.of Route t +ra y w ..u t.
died Thursday Jim 2, Starke died Monday In (the M. Cruce. 63. of Route
10, In Bradford County Hospital Bradford County; Hospital after 1 I. Lawtey died Thursday. June
extended Illness.Mrs. a long Illness. He was bornIn 3. In the Veterans Hospital at
Stump Gainesville after a long DIM...
was born In Virginia Indianapolis Ind. on April
on May 14, 1886 and had 29, 1892 and bad lived In Starke Born In Perry on May 8, 1008,'
lived In Starko since 1911 when He he was a retired farmer a CHRIST
for the past 15 years. was .CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH OF '
she and her late husband, FredF. retired from the Miami Police veteran of World War H, anda CHURCH CHURCH OF GOD FIRST PRESBYTERIAN JORDAN MISSIONARY AT MELROSE
Stump founded Stump's Department and Fire Department: wasa Baptist. 422 N. St. Clair Su Starke. Sunday School ':015 a.m. BAPTIST MISSION
Surviving la his wife Ger- Sunday School 8:45: a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Morning U.S. 301 North behind Tar
Store, which they o- veteran of World War I, anda Worship 11 ajn.Youth Schedule of Services:
perated for many years. She member of Northslde Baptist trude Rosier Cruce; six sons, Morning Worship 11 ajn. Youth Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Fellowship, 8 p.m.Choir Prac tee Frees Drive In, Sunday Sunday Bible Study 10:00jn. :
Marvin 1. Africa Service 6:00: pun.Evening Worship 7 Youth Night.. School 10 ajn. Worship Service :
was a member of the First Church. .. Liberia ; Evening, pjn. tire Wednesday. 8 am. Morning Worship ll:0v: a.
Presbyterian Church of Quincy Georgetown, Dela.Eddie ; 7 pjn.Thursday. Wednesday: 7:30 pjn. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch U a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer
Surviving Is Ms wife, MaudeW. Evening Worship 7:00
Starke. Okinawa; George W., nt tit Prayer Meet Meeting Friday, 7:30 pjn.Rev. Service 7:30: pjn. Wednes m. : p.m..
Hess two sons, RaymondE. All other Evenings
Surviving are three daugh Hess; Jr., Orlando and Gainesville; Frank M., Jr. and 7:30 pjn. .. Y.W. Kldd, pastor CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Uroy.Oilvs. : jn.
Luke Pastor HAMPTON
Ivy pastor E.L CHRlyilAN.CHURCH .
ters. Miss Lillian Stump of Charles G. Hess Madera M.F. Cruce Lawtey; nine

Stark!'; Mrs. William II.Thomson Calif.; and five grandchildren. daughters Mrs.Eula Mae Carlton SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning Grlffls associate pastor.

hfonflcello; and Mrs JohnW. Funeral services were held Starke; Mrs. Connell Star- BAPTIST CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Worship, n.Training Union, Sunday School 10 am. Morning

CrlfOn. Ochlocknee: : Ca.; at 10:30 ajn. Wednesday In ling Mrs. Bernice Duncan $33 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser School 9:30: ; Training 6:30.: Evening Worship 730.: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship U ajn. Evening

one sister.! Mrs Ines Wood, Jones Memorial Chapel with Mrs. Gertrude Grlffls Mrs. vices: Sunday School. 10 ajn. Sunday 10:15 ajn.; Morning Worship LeRoy Dalrymple. Pastor. BROOKER Worship 7.James Shaw pas
Amhurst, va.; four grandchildren : Rev. E.C. Harvey officiating. rankle Mae Pipkins, and Miss Preaching. II a.m. Training U. Union U .:.m.; Evening Worship Sunday School 10 ajn. Worship tor.
and two great grandchild: Interment was In Conner Cemetery Lucinda Cruce all of Lawtey; nlon : Prayer Meeting 7:30 BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Services U ajn. and 7p.m.
ren. Miss Gertie Faye Cruce and ship. 7 pmpEvv.ryonewelcomeoa. 7:30: p.m.i Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn- Training Union 6 pap. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Funeral services were held Mrs Virginia Llnzy both of Wednesday. Rev. Lacy Conway, Pastor. BROOKER. FLA.
Inc >:=
Wilbur Dyesa, pastor Rev. Robert West. Worship 11 ajn.t Evening
Gainesville Mrs. Cathern Duncan Pastor
at 11 ajm. Saturday In Jones ; Rev.Jim Tempi Sun
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pastor.
7:30 Prayer
with Rev.KB- Mrs. Etta Brownlee Tallahassee three bro- Worship, : pjn.; :
Memorial ;
Chapel day School. 10 ..m. Ron Bris
Meeting, 7:50 tun. Wednesday.Rev. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH
bert Burch and Rev. DeWitt thers. James M. and LeonardH. CHURCH OF GOD NEW RIVER BAPTIST J.C., Saunders 'tot. Superintendent,Training
Services HeldIn pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning
Cruce both of Maitland and OF PROPHECY BROOKER
Farabee offlclatng. ; Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng nlon. 6.-4S p.m. Lowell Douglas
,
11 and 7
Interment was at 4 pjn. Warren Cruce. Orlando; one Sunday School: 10 a.m. Morning a.m. Training MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Worship, a.m. Director: worship Services, Uajn.
Waukeenah Cemetery Jones ChapelMrs. sister Mrs. LIllie B. Zoucks, Worship, 11 a.m. YangPeople's p.mil
Saturday In Union. 7 Evening Worship 9:43 pjn.Rev. .. 7:30. Lavern Outlaw music
Sunday : ajn. Sunday. : John Ross, pastor.
6
Lawtey 25 grandchildren and Service, p.m.
near Monticello under direction ; 8 pjn. Wednesday Night School, U a.m., Morning Worship director.:
of DeWitt C. Jones Etta Blitch Brownlee one greatgrandchild.Funeral : Evangelistic Service 7 pjn. service 7:30 pjn. Everyone .6, p.m. Training Union
Funeral Home. widow of Hugh L. Brownlee services were held Wednesday Prayer Meeting, welcome. .. EVERGREEN BAPTIST
Sr. of Starke died upon arrival at 4:30: pun. Sunday June S, 730 pjn. Come and worship. L.L. Parker, pastor. 7 p.m. Evening 7:30 Worship.Wednesday Highway 125. Northwest of HEILBRONN BAPTIST
PrayerServlces.
Services Held at Bradford County; Hospital In Jones Memorial Chapel with with us. : Lawtey. Sunday School 10 ajn. CHURCH. HIGHWAY 10 N.

Sunday morning after an Rev. Tommy Howe and Rev. -Rev. Bobby Harris, pastr .. Morning Worship 11:15.: Sunday Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.
For Thedo Box PINE LEVEL; BAPTISTSunday -Rev. Bob Cooper Pastor Morning Worship 11. Training
extended Illness. She was born Elbert Knight officiating Burial Night Service. 7:30: p.m.
In was In Conner Cemetery. GREATER BETHLEHEM School, 10 ajn. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Service -
Montbrook. Fla. Dec. 30
Of Lawtey on FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a.m. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 Rev. Albert Knight, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
1886, the daughter of the late : pjn. >
Newton A. and Henrietta Edwards Cor. Ash A Chestnut Sunday: Services (Booster Band Young Sunday School 9:45: ajn.; pastor Service, 7:30.:
Pat A. Miller School. 9:30: Morning Worship, People, and Prayer Service). 0 Morning Worship 11 ajn.Evening -3ev. L. Tommy .Howe
Box 57 of Lawtey BUtch. She
was a mem-
Thedo I1:1 League. 4pjnNlghtServlce 7 Worship 7 ...tor.
Evening Worship, p.m. ; Prayer
p.m.
Bradford ber of the First Churchof LAURA
died on arrival at Baptist Services Held .0, Bile BAPTIST CHURCH
p.m. Rev. Jasper Williams Midweek Service. Wednesday.. Meeting and Study: 7
Starke. Sunday School 9:45
County Hospital Monday morning : a.m.i;
Pastor. Rev. John Strickland p.m. Study on Book of Psalms
after a sudden Illness. A Surviving are two daughters At ResidencePat 7:30: pjn. G.F. Prevatt Morning Worship. II Lm.Even.; CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
retired farmer, he was born Mrs. J.R. Chasteen Jr.. Hal- Pastor. Welcome. pastor Everyone lag Worship. 7:30 p.m. Midweek OF LATTER DAY SAINTS

at Lawtey on Aug. 6, 1913 the ford; and Mrs. M.C. Sttth A. Miller, 78, of Starke FIRST UNITED METHODIST Bible Study Wednesday, 1404 E. Bet Road
son of the late Joseph and Washington, D.C.;one son,Hugh died Saturday Bradford County STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30 a,
Janie Luke Box. He was a L. Brownlee Jr., New Orleans; Hospital after an extended Sunday School, 9:45; Morning (Highway 100 at Theressa) _Be in church Sunday. m. Sunday. Sch"" l 1. 10. a.m. Sacrunent. -
Worship 11 Junior and Senior .MornIng CHRISTIAN CHURCH
; Sunday FIRST
the Union Primitive ten grandchildren and nine
of
member -11Oa.m. 6
He Frank p.m.
illness was born In Blount
Jarvis
MYF C Train- School pastor.ST. .
Church. greatgrandchildren.Funeral groups, tun.Wednesday Worship Sunday Service Sunday :
Monday Mia
Baptist 7:30
County Ala. on Aug. 14, 1892 p.m.
Surviving are his wife, Rachel services were held and had lived In Starke Youth Choir Rehearsal Ing Union 6:30 p.m. i Even- 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, Tuesday Primary 4:30:
DeGraff Box, of Lawtey; at 11 a on Monday In Jones Memorial more 7 pjn.Prayer Meeting ing Worship 7:15 pjn. 10:45 ajn. Evening Service,7:15 Wednesday Relief pun
18
than He Society:
years was a retired ,7:30 Chancel Choir Rehearsal, Night Services Sunday MARY'S CATHOLIC ;
one daughter Lois Box, and Chapel with Rev. W.A. ; Wednesday Prayer p.m. Youth GI"OUPMeetlDlr. 7:30 pea .
one son Randolph Box, both Hogan pastor of the First Baptist shop supervisor with Hercules ..7:45.DeWltt 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle 6:30: p.m. CHURCH MACCLENNY Jesse D. Branson Branch
of Lawtey; two sisters Mrs. Church officiating. Inter Powder Company,and wasa T. Farabee Jr. Packham pastor -J.C. Brown! minister Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy President.
member of the
Adell Stoke of Starke, and ment was In the family plotIn Church. Presbyterian 3ay Mass, 5:30: p.m.

Mrs. Florence Adams, Middle- Crosby Lake Cemetery with LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL. -
Surviving are daughter
one - - - -
burg; and four grandchildren. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Miss Harriet Miller Starke HOLINESa CHURCH r---- --------- -------------------,
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Funeral services were held In charge. and several brothers and sis- Sunday School 9:45: : ..m.;
at 2 p.m. Thursday In the ters. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth I \

Union Primitive BaptistChurch Funeral services Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship L
pOSTED SIGNS: Treated to were held
and
with Elder Herman Moody
.
7 I
at the Miller home at 3 p.m. pjn.Tuesday GOD .
withstand Ye&tbeJ'200 each ,
worship
Elder Don Hazen officiating.
7:30 to
Prayer Meeting
Monday with Rev. W.S. Mc- A "move
Interment followed In Dyal 9225 doe Special price on Inter J

Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones Telegraph quantities. Bradford County tf Allly cremation officiating under; the followed direction by p.m.Rev.. W.B. Cbauncey.peator. in His HOUSE is a J
Funeral Home In charge.
of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral NORTHSTDE BAPTIST

. . . . Home of Starke. .I Sunday CHURCH Morning Worship MOVE in .the I

9:45; Sunday School. II. Sunday

VET NEWSIt Evening Worship II p.m.TralnIng f

Union 7:30.'l'hunda7 DIRECTIONi
RIGHT
GAINESVILLE Teachers and Officers I i
Meeting 6:30.: Prayer
la time again for veterans Meeting 7:30.Edward: t In finding God. '
servicemen and dependents C. Harvey pastor. To attend Church I II the first sup :

attending college under \ s

Business Directory the GI of Bill attendance to return cards certification to PINEHILb METHODIST,CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH L To attend regularly It to continue In. the right understand direction I I

to
the Veterans Administration' Sunda/School: 10 ajn. Morning and gives one an opportunity :

. . . . .. during their current the last enrollment full-month period of- vice Worship II'pjn. 11 Evening ajn. Youth Worship Ser- I God' will In his'life. Now I II the time to make your % F .1, I I

according to M.T. Dtxon. t
7:30 ''
of Veterans Affairs pjn.Rev. will lead you to God. I
director that
AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES Neal Starling, pastor. move. ChooM the way
for the State of Florida. I I I '
There are two very good reasons
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Church ;
according to Dixon for Attend I

OLDSMOBILE Johnson & Faris, Inc. Jogging veteran-student me AIRPARK Sunday School.BAPTIST 10 a.m.CHURCH Morn-i 1 *' *>' *)> t +
1 1I
SALES &: SERVICE; mories. Ing Worship 11 ajn.; Evening r in iWt weld t'4I.
I 1)) The VA cannot !
SEEDS -. PLANTS preparea Worship 7 PJTI.J; Wed. Prayer I lh. torch "If Cod's appointed spar.leio let man and t I
Fine Selection of Used Can I final check for the spring Meeting and Bible Study. todina." des knowlodaa! Ml i 1
InnecUcMei Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS 1970-71 school year until the I IM pt tataond.. ta IM lave ay rI ,
Taken On Cadillac Trade .7 pjn. Young Peoples Meet- ., of Hit dtmand IM .man la in ttx f
has received Certification
2001 13th Ph. 3'785301Barkley I agency a Without tilt Kvuding
N.W.
tr" every Monday. 7 p.m. hit noifhbM.
loving llif.!
of Attendance card from 1
at ware I
&.F. Prevatt,, pastor Every. ,, gntnvMnl ac witty
Cad, na
al
We Rent Fertlllier Spreader the student Involved. lava frndtmt, wikH*. .. Mda ;;

Motors, Inc.TOYOTA .. H4 N.W. SUt Ph. 378-0478 2) If the card Is not returnedat one Welcome. I I mil I lana'; will awttvna. limitibly'and "Mia,111I. Hi" ,ifM' <, VIM" ham ( t + ; ,., .!s't ::
deaf
the end ofthecurrents.m.l.ter. ( lt Chutch
the student cannot automatically ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC 1 a ulflth IHwtd tot if f via,ana thauld wpaMt' and hit h
ImnwH
STARKE .. .) lomilyld :
GLASS be enrolled under the CHURCH, for .Hio ihS on thotrid ,
4 wheel drive' and cars GI bill for the up-coming summer Father James Cregan pastor. .,ont! that haws, way ptttMi Mlt the tiulh
it
Sale, Pmrt, Service or fall semester. Saturday Mass 7p.m.Sunday I and ,,,tk pan la the Oiutdi ktcauta tho Inrth .hick 1, .::
Clean Used Toyotas LIDDELL DIxon advises that failure to Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, about non's Ma, dealto and dtitmyj tMd al Cod.! i iI .'

complete and return the cards 7 on.esslcnu 1 al.... will tot him Ids 'la lira at s
.. 6 ;-
1700 N. Main 378-1269 Saturday
on the part of both college level ."
I 1
Glass Company and below college level p.m. m .
Beauty Academy trainees will automatically stop School of Religion u.t 'r.Mi -
U 1 ;
School Sunday :
"GliM; For Every Purpose"Stare payment. Grade -
POWELL'S Front ajn. to 12 mon t m THlQ" I
*-Mirrors + ;
se3h "
Problems on educational VA High School Wednesday. j
Beauty AcademyLearn Tub EncloelJl"ee-Showers. benefits may be directed a1 7 to 110m. t''t I :
Furniture Glees Re
Tope
Dixon at P.O. Box 1437 St. :o-. t i
a Profession In Tour placed Petersburg or may be answered ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL J Oc

.Spare Time. Full or Part Time NEW LOCATION by a local: county; ser CHURCH. STARKE '

219 NW 10th 378-27M vice officer Sunday School 9t45 a.m. I' .w.wwwntet- !!:!!! 1L" ", "", "" . ::. i ih

ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC 12X8 So.178-81911 Main i Gainesville 1102 SERVICEMENLuther Sundays Holy Eucharist 11 &.In. Morning lit and Pray.3rd .q r i QI\J'1i' IVA"JrrQY'l'iU "4''i' :dA': !i.A.A :'p...

er, 2nd 4th and 5th J
B. Williams son of ll a.nn. Sunday __.________ -- ----- -----------
Mrs. H.M. Williams Starke.
Motor Repair Co. MEN'S\ WEAR has arrived for duty In Ching EYC-Sanday.. S pjn. h

Chuan Kang AB, Taiwan.
Of Gainesville, Inc Airman Williams, an aircraft :oIIa Me FlYnn. Rector STARKE "66"

Repelling Rewinding STAG 'N DRAG loadmaster la assigned FLORIDA
New and Used to a unit of the Pacific AirForces ,c SERVICE
for air ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL

2818'N. W. 16th Ph. 372-4318 Griffon Suite operations, headquarters In Southeast Asia church starke G EST Kill Edwards Ph. 964-7231
Arrow Shtrtt-FIortlielra, Shoe .
the Far East and Pacific area. holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd I
MOVERS Formal Rentals He previously served at Robins Sunday, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer ONTROI. Tire Truing
Ladle Sportswear 2nd 4th and 5th Sunday yk
ABF Ga. .-,
10 =-:;: Headlight Adjusting
The airman Is a 1969 grad- a.m.
Len. Distance Moving, S STORES-IS W. UNIVERSITY -John M. Flynn, Rector + pra. CO.5S9 .
uate of Bradford High School.
Brake Service
Storage Packing and GAINESVILLE MALL

Crating Shipping Carl Hunt Phone 964-6111
Wheel Italance and
.. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
I Free CatlmaU( Call
MUSIC\ BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH (INDEPENDENT HAMPTON :; E. Call St. Starke Fla. Alignment

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE
Worship 11 a.m. Sunday llioiM' 964-5745 for FREE AIR CONDITION SERVICE
Worship 11;Training Union.
Evening Bible Study 6:30: p.m. Hlwar 301 and 100
BALDWIN 7 Monday P.m. Evening- Ministry Worship to the 8. Evening Service. 7:30.: Inspections and Estimate AM Minor Repaln'tlG

PIANOS-ft OtGANSCMOKt aged 8:30: pjn. Bible Study-Prayer Meeting 8. Tesnple Starke 617 N. Temple Arc. Stark

Van Service Inc. OP TW ACTUTVBtioppta Tuesday Junior Choir 4 Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
p.m. YCAW. 7:30.: -Melvin Hamel pastor

sue N.C. "' ..... ... G'vOlerrttm .e4amMUSICe. Wednesday Royal Ambassadors BRADFORD
6:30: pjn.Prayer MeetIng FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDS
7:30: ; Church Choir Practice STARKE '
8.Thursday. Opportunities for Service: SUPPLIES Inc. ABSTRACT CO.
Visitation 7:30: SundaySunday School, 9:45: Grocery and Market
masII
O'YfDe Ctr.Farm .
AUTO SALES SERVICE Morning Worship at 11
p.m. ajn.; :
James L, Temple pester sermon "God Give' Us Men" Featuring Ace Hardware GroceriesMeatsFeed letter :Service; For Your

Tropical Pontiac, and Industrial Acteens meet Immediately after
Title. Problems
GAS AND 011.
Inc. I morning worship; Church Complete. Paint Supplies
Equipment Training 6:15: Evening Worship -
7:30 sermon; "The Fool and Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys Edwards Abstracts
MADISON STREET
I BAPTIST CHURCH Hath Said, There I. No God." U. S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance

: Santa Fe Tractor Opportunities for service: Monday through Frida- Va- Check With Us) Flrat"
PHONE 964-S312 Call Ph. M48
7-9 W.
cation Bible School p.m. 1514 -
School MornIng
9:45
Sunday : : -
Pastor Washington' St. W4-5270
W.A. Hogan 2lf
Training
Factory Authorised FORD Worship at 11;
Union 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Cir

PontiacSolePartS'S Farm Tractors A Implements cle. 7:15: ; Evening Worship BIO MOW. Ball Point Befob. CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.

.rvlc* USED!: EQUIPMENT 7:30.Monday: Bradford County Tele.armor ,
Youth Choir Prac-
2101) N. Main'.G.lnnvflle SALES PART KERVKE448S : tice 7 pun.Wednesday-. *. Owned By Those W* Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida CountiesHelping Oar Members IJre. utter

Fl. Prayer Meeting. CLASP ENTELOna. all RleetrtiraG.-K.yate.. Height*-Pho 473-4911
N. W. 6th: S78-2M8 Business Meeting 7:30: pjn. stsea.- Bredfer County Tele

372.2583 GAINESVILLE:, FLA. Church Choir Practice. 8:30. srapfc.'
Denton Sumrall pastor.


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BX GLORIA REDFEARN Of

PUo. Coll 473.3288 or 473.4182 .

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HERE N' THERE meet in front of the gate promptly ThrownFrom ", The presentation of awardsto a 3.5 or better average: Donna

Mr. and Mrs. Quincey Gard- at I p.m. outstanding members of the Sparkman Lynn Henderson,
ner entertained Mr. Gardner's Senior Class highlighted com- Myra Jo Johnson, Nancy Naples -

Mechanics Class from the \0- DEAR KEVSTONERS: I. mencement exercises of the Nancy Ilerncr, Larry Mln

Tech School In Starke with a Thank you for your Prayers Keystone Height High School gledorff, Paul Moore and

barbecue at their home on East get well wishes, cards flowers BoatThree j Tuesday night when 46 grad- George Michael Valldejull.
Lake view Drive last Friday and blood donations which uates received their diplomas. The graduation address was

evening.. helped me through my recent Donna Sparkman class valedictorian made by Don McFaddln, and

Mr. and Mrs. Herb Williamsare illness. You are wonderful School Attendance received the award the President's Address was
at home following a visit really wonderful. persons were seriously in Jacksonville. for outstanding student In Eng delivered by Paul D. Moore

In Washington. D.C. with Dr. -Hazel McKay Injured Sunday afternoon In According to Captain T.W. Record Awarded by Rotary lish and Math, and also the class president. ValedictorianDonna
a boating accident on Lake Betty Crocker Homemaker A. Sparkman spoke on
and Mrs. Jack Davis and Ken- Pelllcer, Supt. of the Park, -
Johnson In the Gold Head "
"the accident seemed to have A 12 and ward. "Fulfillment while the two
plaque commemorating is an honor student was
nan.Sympathy Is extended to Mrs. fIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I Branch State E. Chevarria Park. the boat taken place as they were In years of perfect school atten- nominated for Who's Who In Myra Jo Johnson, one of the class salutatorians Myra Jo
Henry
two class: salutaUrlans. Johnson and Lynn Henderson
received -
Lewis H. Lebert whose husband KEYSTONEHEIGIITS: process of changing boat operators dance was presented to Miss State Seniors.
the
last operator was most serious The boat went Into the Science Award; Robert spoke on Respect")) and "Fac-:
passed away Friday. Rev. Lawrence Carroll pastor a Gall Wolfe by N.W. Harden- An Interesting talk on the
ly injured of the three. Chev "
Sunday School, 9:45: : ; Morn- arrta complete spin before the sec- bergh, president of the Key- changing politics and economyof Drake, the Activities Award ing the Future.
cut
Mrs': Fred Carlson Is still In Ing Worship 11;Church TrainIng was severely across ond operator was able to reach stone Heights Rotary Club at South American countrieswas ; Mark Jordan, Social Diplomas were presented to
County Hospital and Wor the back. the controls, threw three of the Science Award; and Harry C. the 46 graduates by Jesse P.
Bradford 6:30: p.m.; Evening Velma Cox. 15 and Phlllls regular luncheon meetinglast given by Ed A. Tlmmens.
Bleasdale, Athletic: Award. Tynes, Jr., Clay County Superintendent -
her home It's occupants Into the
to again water
we hope see ship, 7:30. Cox 15, both received serious Friday. a member of the Keystone The
very soon. Mrs. Marvin HomerIs MondayYouth Choir Rehearsal All three and then proceeded to run over Pictured with Miss Wolfe are School faculty. The speaker is Junior Woman's Club of Schools.
cuts also.
takento
and back at the were the three and cut them with her scholarship award went to Diane The Keystone Heights School
Bill colonel
home City. 7 p.m. the Bradford parents, Mr. and Mrs. a retired Air Force
County Hospital Parades, and the Lionellas' Band played the processional
Hall Office following surgery. TuesdayMission Friends where they received the prop. Wolfe of Keystone heights who was engaged In Intelligencework

Harold Lawrence's mother is Girls in Action, 3:15.: treatment and were then emergency trans- Rescuers In the three o'clock Gall Is a member of the In South America and David scholarship Ennls. was given to and recessional.
in Alachua General Hospital WednesdayHour of Power 1971 graduating class of Key- who has an Intimate knowledgeof
ferred to St. Luke's Hospital accident
were not Identified. The american Post BACCALAUREATE
after a fall In which she broke (Prayer Meeting) 7 p.m. A- stone Heights High School. She Its complex makeup.OOeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeoeeeeeeee. Legion

her hip. Mrs. Henry Shuborhnd dult Choir Rehearsal 8. ...2 h?..?'.........."....w.V'O".N'...,............................-.,..,....,.............. ,.."""' ''N: ..,...,...,......'.. .-NVV'o'''..'..'..,-...nI 202 Christie award Newman for girls, with went Gall to The held Baccalaureate Sunday night Servicewas at 8
a fall and broke several ribs ThursdayChurchwlde Visi :;;; )
Wolfe The In the Community
o'clock
but Is progressing nicely. Stan tation. as runner-up. Legion
LaCoste Is home after a stay f I News Notes : tLalte Sui a Fe) : award for boys was given to Church, with students participating -
Youth Week will be observed = Larry Mlngledorff with Mark .
In Alachua General Hospital for I INDIAN BEACH Dr Michael H. Chltb .
tests. June 20-27. Our young people r! Phone 47S-U12 Jordan as runner-up. Nancy E. Naples brought the
from Youth I and Youth II Departments By Helen Egan Call to Worship and invoca-

Mrs. Paley Boyd has returned will conduct all ser- ST. WILLIAM'S win Lebert passed to rest on Greetings friends and neigh- Faulkner and Dewell McCul- The Debate Club award was tion, followed by the Collectby

from a month's trip to Panama vices. Including Sunday School CATHOLIC CHURCH Thursday morning, June 10.Ann bors. Your Rolling-Reporter lough of Macon, Ga. were In won by Doug Benson, and Pete Paul D. Moore. Norman E.
City where she attended the and Church Training. Two of On Sunday June 6 at the and Lew retired to KeystoneIn has rolled to Starke to spend Daytona Beach, Saturday till Morgan presented a gift to Miss Wilcox led in the Lord's Prayer -

pre-wedding festivities and our young men who plan to close of the church school year August 1962 from West New most of the week.Granny Cope- Tuesday then spent the rest Patricia Whlsler, club sponsor and the Responsive Read-

marriage of granddaughter.. enter the ministry Zachery a Children's Folk Mass was York, N.J. Mr. Lebert was a land was admitted to Alachua of the week with Mrs. Smith on behalf of the debaters. Ing. Janet K. Adams gave the
Andrews and Paul Leino, will celebrated by Father Dunhoff. railroad engineer for 45 years General Hospital Monday((13th), and Mrs. Wolfe. Stan Is Mrs. Miss Gall Wolfe received a- Scripture Lesson and led In

bring the messages at the Sun- Mrs. Hilda White, formerly of and a member of the Masonic to have some tests run. So I Wolfe's grandson wards from the Keystone Ro- prayer.
Mrs. Agnes Watson is home day morning and evening ser- Miami, and a newcomer In this Order. For the first time since came to Starke to stay with Joan Miller's 6th grade class tary Club and American Legion Following the "Welcome and

following surgery In Riverside vices. We are looking forwardto locality was the organizer of moving here the entire Lebert my grandparents, Hubert and held a graduation party recen- Post 202 for her 12 years of Appreciation" by Paul D.

Hospital Jacksonville. seeing our young people work the Mass. family were together. Ills bro- Palma Chitty. I stayed with tly at the Masonic Lodge. Jack perfect school attendance.The Moore, Rev. Merle Packham

In the Lord's service during The Children's choir, led by ther John and wife drove from Granny Chitty Friday, while and Lou helped chaperone It. Superintendent's Award pastor of Hope Baptist Church

this week. Tommy Prevost as Soloist with their home In Erie, Pa. The my motherCrlcket and Granny Last Sunday, the Millers visited for Academic Excellence wentto delivered the Baccalaureate address -
NOTICE Vacation Bible School will begin Church organist Mrs. Janet two sons of John and Mrs. Le- Copeland tended to some busi- Joyce Barton and Lou LovellIn the following graduates with on "What Is Your Life?"

Anyone Interested in with preparation Day Fri- Lamn at the Instrument, and bert came from distant cities ness in town. Last Tuesday, the Medical Center and then .....o'.I'................... .... ...... ...... .... ........................ ... .............................. ... ..
pating In the Ski partici- day, June 18, at 9 a.m. with Larry Nepper guitarist namely John, Jr., wife, three Aunt Clara Sullivan of Willis- visited Judge and Mrs. J.H. ...........y...o'.I'.>. ..o'.I'>...."o'.I'..r...... ..o'.I'............"" .>...<:-...................."...............".".."."..""'" ..'.'.._' '''''' ''''
Program
on registration, parade, refreshments formed and a processional entered ton. and took Grannv
daughters and son from West came: uo Ward In Gainesville for an old-
July 3 please come to the try- and some recreational the church. The read- the then By Olga I
outs to be held Chester Ohio, and Richard and Copeland to doctor fashioned lawn Ice cream pal /'. MELROSE Westmoreland
20 1 on Sunday, June activities. Then on Monday ings of the Epistles were given wife from Macon, Ga. Threeof she spent the night with us. The occasion was a visit by Phone 415-1482

at p.m. at the Keystone June 21, the Bible School will by Miss Nancy and Miss the Community Church Cir- Friday night my father went the Ward's daughter, Mrs. H..H... .... ......h. .... .. ____
Public Beach. Everyone ..::.k.c.: x4'o? wr< envfccc'Y:4Ga; : :tY;, 'N';; N.'rf. -.VVIllNLVTKR1fJhS
please get underway. All groups except Sally Naples. In this lovely cles generously contributed the down to Rodman Dam to pick Charles Wlggens of Charleston !f. ::M4 :;;;: :: N'if

the Youth (Jr. High and Mass presented by the young meals for the families. Wayne up and on the way back S.C. Mrs. Wlggens was in The Melrose Action Committee and daughter-In-law Ovid and

up) will meet from 8:30: to 11-: folk of the church they, for The neighbors, too,were most they visited Johnny and Ida Roberts Jack's and Lou's wedding 23 held their last meeting until Ruth Cano, attended the grad-

30 each morning. The Youth the first time, expressed their thoughtful and Mrs. Lebert Is in Orange Springs. Sunday years ago last Sunday. Happy fall Tuesday night June 1 1. uation of Mrs. Gano's granddaughter -

KEYSTONEHEIGHTS will meet from 7 to 8:30: each Love of God and concluded the grateful for all the kindness. Russ and Jean Pierce and Anniversary to the Millers.Mr. Plans were discussed to amal- Sally Bernice Cano,

evening. Our Vacation Bible year's Instruction In a most She plans to remain In her son, Jeremy, and Jean's sister and Mrs. Yom Smith and family gamate the Melrose Day Care In St. Augustine last Friday

School Is open to all childrenand lovely maMer.COMMUNITY "home on W. Lakevlew Drive. Debbie and husband Lyle spent of Orange Park visited the Center with the Putnam County night.

youth In the community.At Amy and Bob Farrell have the day with us. Millers one day during the week. Day Care Centers. Speakersfor Recent guests of Mrs. Bernice -

the monthly business CHURCH been missed from club and My little brother Wayne tooka Their son and family were stay- the evenings were Mrs. Gano were two sister-In-

meeting Wednesday evening the Since Palm Sunday, the two church services for too long short vacation last week, Ing at the Fleming cottage: last Barbara Davis and Mrs. Louise laws Mrs. B.J. Cano of Cler-
following were presented to the services of Morning Worshlp- and we trust that Amy will down on the Oklawaha River. week. Hathy of the Community Action mont and Mrs. Ada Gano of

DIRECTORY church by the Nominating Committee 8:30 and II, have been well soon be (feeling well and back: If you're wondering what kind We've come to the end of Committee of Putnam County. Mascotto.Mr. .
and unammlnously elect- accepted for it provides con- with us.Mrs. of luck he had, it was all bad. another week friends. So till The Flea Market held by the and Mrs. Albert

ed to their respective offices: venient time for those who wish William Schroeder It stormed every day. He was next week May the good Lord Action Committee last month Schoeneman of Lake Wlnott en-

I Dave Handley for I Director of to. attend early, as well as the planned to enter Alachua Gen- forced to move his camping bless and keep you all. netted $78.Faith Joyed a weekend visit from their

S.E. McKAY. Royal Ambassadors; Mrs.Lor many newcomers and visitors eral Hospital on June 14 for gear by himself, and the very Presbyterian ChurchonSt. grandchildren: Dorothy and

i REALTOR4:>:+*alile'Voyles as representative1,l; who are vacationing In the eye surgery. Prayers and good' first night he was there someone ,- Elliott B.- Seitz ." Rd. 21 will have Family Steven Svobada, of Gainesville.
Keystone Height's 473-4816 of'The' Church on the 1971-12 area. Providing these conve- wishes for a Quick recoverygo stole all his worms.'. Vacation Bible School June 22 The Methodist Youth Fellow-

Appraisal; Service Nominating Committee;;"CSb nient times appear to bring with her.Vacationers. A word of warning to any of Services Held thru 25. 7 to 8:30: p.m. Ages ship of the United Methodist

Henderson as representative of many more people together In expected back In you who are going campingon from nursery to adult are Invited (Church of Melrose sponsoreda
The Best in Lakefront' the Deacons on the Nominating worship.The the Keystone area are Mr. and the Oklawaha, or anywhereelse. In KeystoneElliott to attend. Mrs. Ernest spaghetti supper Saturday,

Homes, Acreages. RentalsASSOCIATES Committee; and Mrs. Carolyn Community Church has Mrs. Charles Pardee and their You'd better keep close Bartlett Is Bible School director June 12, In the Fellowship Hall.
Johnson and Mrs. Irene Compass for years been known as the son Marshall and his wife tabs on your gear, or lock Bryan Seltz, 74ofKey- and Mrs. Vance Powell is Mrs. Anne Gornto of Gaines-
,
as members of the Deacons Friendly Church and the newly Pat and small It up. We know of people steal- stone Heights, died Thursday co-director. ville was a recent guests of
who have
Screening Committee. Instituted plan of Pastor Stewart been friends son and Ing rods, reels, gas tanks, motors June 10, In a Palatka Hospital Reports are that Danny Kown Mr. and Mrs. David Rape.
visiting
Airs. M'.lb Ilgtn 47J-47 The graduating seniors from McCoard, In the regis- relatives absolutely anything move- after a short illness. He was is continuing to Improve and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fish and

Col. J. Ch. .ln.ton 473-4471 iur church and their escorts tering each Sunday during the able. It seems the latest schemeIs : born In Kentucky on Oct. 3, the several skin grafts which children. Danny and Diane,

L. J. Robinson. 473-4041 were honored Friday night at service of each and everyoneon watching a camping area 1896 and was a retired cabinetmaker have been performed on him spent last weekend at the beachSt.
Pa.eh.l C.rr 473-4059 a banquet held at the Garden the "Service of Friendship"pad closely and learning the Fish: have been successful. Augustine, by the sea.

Restaurant In Starke. provide a means of know- ing hours of each camper.Then Surviving is his wife Mary The Ochwllla Baptist Church !Mrs Ivs Lynn Mr. and
Ing others, and an opportunityto Dance Noise while you're out fishing some- B. Seitz, of Keystone Heights; held meetingat Mrs. Bill Preston. Mr. and
a cottage
speak a word of welcome one comes up and hauls all one daughter Mrs. Elvis Med- prayer Mrs. E.M. Robinson were a-
the home of Mrs. John FordIn
after the service. Reduced; your gear off. At least part of ley, Charleston, S.C.t I one bro- mong those from Melrose who
Melrose .
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Twelve youth of the Church it. After cleaning out an area ther, David E. Seitz, Hender and Mrs.Tuesday Charles night.Mr. Perry Attended the annual ice cream

presented a choral selection Fox Says OK the thief moves on to the next son, Ky.; one sister Mrs. Lura and children have been In Mel- party giver: by John Ward In

of, "Peace I Leave with You", camping area and sells your Prltchett Evanavlllo, Ind.; and rose about ten days visitingthe Gainesville. Guests numberedin
STARKE gear as something he no longer one grandson. the hundreds.
on Sunday Morning June 13.
Noise emitting from the Key- Perry parents. Mrs. PerryIs .
needs. Sometimes claiming Funeral services were held Winners

J PHONE 961.6200KEYSTONE! preparing These same for young the annual folk Vacation are- Saturday stone Heights night Beach failed dance to break last to have won the stuff in a hot at 11 a.m. Friday at the grave- 11.0.the Williams daughter. of and Mr.:Mr.and Perry Mrs. Tuesday Duplicate, June Bridge 1. First Place,
poker So watch it folks. side In Riverside Memorial Crabtree and
game. Mrs. Raymond
Church School. July 26-
is the of Mr. and Mrs.
the sound barrier and Council son
It's big business Party Jacksonville with Rev.
30. now-a-days. Priest Perry. Mrs. W.J. Grollck.Second place
Chairman Everett Fox said
Leamon Ward officiating.
HEIGHTS Mrs. Robert Clare and Mrs.
Mrs. Bernice Cano with
Monday he did not feel It necessary son
FELLOWSHIP CLUB Interment will follow under Steve Sashoff.Third place, Mrs.
!I'llONE 17.1-3176: The coming holiday of July to call a special coun- PERSONALS the direction of DeWitt C.Jones Roland Bryan and Mrs. C.C.
cil
meeting to deal with the
4 Is bringing all organized clubs problem. Raymond and Gladys Mal- Funeral Home Keystone Services Held Horno.

together in participating In festivities phurs of Jacksonville, were Heights. Thursday, June 3, winners.
of the weekend celebra. Fox said that no complaintshad back: down over the weekend at For E.F. AlLslMHise First place, Mr. and Mrs. W.

tion. The Keystone celebrationwill : been received by him from their lake home, after being Services Held H. Bartlett Second place, W.
be on Saturday July 3, residents about excess noise down the middle of last week. Of Keystone Ills. J. Grollck and C.W. Hardy.

and the Starke program on Mon last Saturday estimated that Over the weekend, they were For L. II. Lebert, Third place Mrs. Mary Bok

day, July 5. visited by Glady's sister,Quan- and Mrs. Mike Falkel.
the volume of amplified music Retired EngineerLewis Earl Franklin Allshouse, 81,
ita and
The club's last meeting wasa had been cut down by "about her daughter and fam- of Keystone Heights,died Tues-

covered dish luncheon at the 80 per cent." ily of Georgia. Henry Lebert 74, of day in the Gainesville Veter-
Len and
Lions Club on June 10 at 12:30: Swearingen daugh- Keystone Heights died Thurs- ans Hospital Born In Arm- WITH
SANDALS
ter Tammy spending this
are
crowding
with Mrs. Marlon Driscoll Bradford Coun- strong County Pat Sept.
pre day, June 10, on the store
week windows it looks
at the lake
cottage of
siding. Greetings were exten- "If they continue to hold the ty Hospital after an extended 30, 1889 he was a retired building though as
Mrs. Fred Swearingen Sr. we may be awfully
noise level down that low I ,
ded to several members who Illness. contractor, veteran of
tired of
Ida toes before the
Mrs. Whitehead Is back anda sum
have been absent for"too long" see no reason why the dances at Doctor's Extended Born In Kingston, N.Y. on World War I, a memberof mer is over.
Care
In
due to circumstances IncludingMrs. cannot be continued," he add- Gainesville, after suffering a Dec:. 30, 1896, he was a retired the Community Church.
r Gordl Owens A.P. and ed. heart attack. She had been railroad engineer and has Surviving Is his wife, Mar-

Sarah Hallman Mrs. Mary living in the Bahamas for awhile. lived at Keystone for the past garet S. Allshouse; one son, Maxville

Wilson, and _Mrs. Lucy: Flnley We all certainly wish nine years.Surviving. Earl F. Allshouse Jr., of
Several of these good members It was unofficially reported her Is his wife, Anna Jacksonville; two daughters, Truck Stop and

have been 111. The men appreciate however that Dr. Richard E. Ken a speedy and Sue recovery.Ferguson of Lebert of Keystone Heights; Mrs. Joan Barry, Stark, and RestaurantJ&S

the return of Lester Garrett a University of MIcanopy, visited Chick and a brother,John G. Lebert, Erie Mrs. Margaret Lamb, Am-

Sheets, for his helpful assistance Florida professor using! spe- Frances Hurst one night last Pa two nephews John L.Lebert bridge, Pa.; three brothers, ManagementOpen
,:
cial sound-measuring William AllsHbuse Avalon
equip Pa.
In table arrangement -
and ; *
week. Sunday Chick and Fran- westcnester fa., 21 Mrs
toured the beach Homer and Olen
ment area Allshouse both
Is much'appreclated.
visited Mr.and Mrs.Emory Blchard Lebert Macon Ga.
}, during the dance and found the ces of Pa. and / o'
The resignation of Mrs.Mary Alderman In Palatka. Mr. Lebert was a memberof Leechburg, four DanY'P\
Wilcox from the 1st Vice Presidency declble output still In excess grandsons. Ample Parking .
Ray Eddie, Pat Eddie and Masonic Lodge No. 10, Kingston. -
r wr, due to Illness was of the maximum proposed In frien d of Atlanta Ga., spenta N.C., and a member of Funeral services were held Visit Cur Gift Shop
A accepted with regret. An ap- ordinances now under consideration Com- at 10 a.m. Thursda/. the
few days with Tom and Lillian the Keystone Heights Call 233-5111 For Take Out
pointment to fill the unexpiredterm by the cities of Gainesville Jones Chapel Keystone
Norwood. Margaret and munity Church.
Jet. 301 & 228
and Jacksonville. Heights with Rev. Stewart Mc-
will be made before the James Robbins of J Jacksonville Funeral services were heldat Florida
luncheon meeting on July 8. formerly of Indian Beach, spent II a.m. Saturday at the grave- Cord officiating Interment will Maxville tI
of the Beat News be held in
Some Now that the club has regular ordinancesare the weekend with the Norwoods. side In Keystone Heights Ceme- Pennsylvania

Appears First in a Book quarters for holding two Copies of prepared these to placein Johnny Quinn of Savannah tery with Rev. Stewart McCord

meetings a month, It was voted being Councilmen Ga., Is spending the summer officiating Arrangements were I
of
Tak. this happy young' lady, for Instance. She's that the monthly rent pay- the hands with the Keystone possibility of with his grandparents, Mr. and In charge of DeWItt C. Jones
ment of each member be 25C! Mrs. George Ellis. Nice to Funeral Home.
the all around town about at future
already spreadlnc.. news further discussion
and that be madeat
no payments
"i .... she's going to colfcce this faIL Actually this Game Day There la no meetings. have ya Johnny.

food news was first of nsartors change In the expense of members English and Romania Hilton FrgemonfB.

.bank book, la which esch a posit entered as the 2SC! for rent was Noisy: dances at the beach of Jacksonville were down around over My Neighbors clrt

divided between the luncheorand have been the of the weekend working :
wan n firm step forward to her coal! Came Annua' subject con their mobile home. Coroiloi,
the
Days.
y..., too can read some "cood news" about college dues per member remain at troversy at for Keystone the Council several Pete and Joyce Barton took
meetings past
child In the of sayings bankbook Evelyn Brummett back to Pan-
foryour paces your $1, payable January I, or any months. Most residents agree I,
I First step to to set ap a systematic' rings. portion of year until October.A : they would like for the dancesto ama City and spent a few days Spend vacation in runic elegance at historical FRY-
with her and her husband Jim. your
accumulate the funds report was received from
plan designed. t. necessary continue: as entertainmentfor
Axel and Ruth Malmgren who Joyce: Is still doing Just fine EMONT INN in the heart of chit Great Smokey Mountains.Ten .
whoa the time coos Then follow t.roap withjour the young people butothers CMWFEt
are now In Nashville after a because after donating a kidney to her' etW minute. to Cherokii Indian Reservation and outdoor
complain they cannot sleep -
deposit",* according to schedule and the Ulster Lucille Lovell, who Is
good trip but weary. of of "Unto These IIi II.." Pool Tenni.
over-amplification drama, Spacious rooms,
be yawill
news .la sure to coodJKEYSTONE Game-Fun I be held also getting allng fine.
the music In the
open pavi Recreation hall Cano and trail trips, Superb
Court ,
at 1:30 p.m. on June 24 and this lion. Larry Cheshire of Pompano,
STATE BANK month the members will pay and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cheshire mountain cuisine. Evening entertainment Waterfall bathing

the usual rent fee as the monthly of Gainesville,were week- and horseback. riding nearby. European. plan. Modest rates.
will start at the Paul Smysor operator of the end guests of Mrs.Beulah Smith
Member FJXLC. K_-_ .e IleUhta, Ji"Ia. July payment 8 luncheon meeting. beach facility has said he would and Mrs. Ruby Wolfe. The first Open May. ;20 through fall. season. For information about

Friendly Bank In Your Friendly shut the dances down unless of last week, Mrs.Trellle Cheshire the inn that progress left behind, write; FRYEMONT,
Your 'I he could persuade the bands to of Pompano Mrs. Dale ". and the reason I'm mad
PERSONALS .
City N.C. 28783.r
Community. tone music down to where It Murray and Dean Johnson of Is that we're paying more for Bryson ,

Following a long illness Le would not be a public nuisance. Jacksonville visited them.Stan taxep than we are for food!"


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Amble The I 10% Increase this month
Many yean ago
Franc said", "The law In all 'In Social Security benefit helpto
Its majesty forbids the rich M relieve the strain on the bud-

well a. the poor to beg almsIn gets' of the elderly 'but It Is

the street or to sleep on noted In a recent report by FOR SALE- ISO ft. lot, about
benches." And "Blessed i the Social Security-Adminis; '-mm.. FOR SALE;: 3 bedroom completely
FOR SALE
10 48' 12' trail-
trees x
fur house, located at pecan
those who expectethnothar tration that It":, of the recipients U.a3$1F1tD AD .
'At1
are SMMbn
MARY < > er. Reasonably priced Major
610 W, Adklns St. Sa)3 price
within LEW'SWELDING ) All Brick HomesWe
ing; they shall not be disappointed are the $90 to 1 Lanler Hampton. lip
." which still holds $115 bracket and 18% ant bet ... Cearge .... ?ITSCerer $7,000 financing can bft ar- Build Price
SHOP Any
Call Bill Powell Broker
ranged. -
true today.At low $90 per month. One half < IS weeds. ) FOR SALE Thomas Color-Glo
964-6464 Ol 964-4810. Home Anywhere In Fla.
our last meeting something of the latter receive minimum CARTER .
Organ. Lighted double key-
new was added to our agenda- benefits of only $64. per month. EMil weed eve IS-7. Whispering Pine. Jtfp- tfchg WE ARRANGE ALL board. Excellent condition
,
15 minutes of old time waltzing We still have a long way to go ... tetra Charge II'mot tel US 301 8. Phone ,. FINANCINGLow $750. tf Interested call 964-

was enjoyed. Music was sup until all retiree. receive ade- PAINTS .aU. t. advance 961.8232 w.f.YM1OHN Down Payment ,8350.
plied by Peg and Walter Rich- quate S.S. Incomes.
ardson's hl-fl and records. .AUIrIZD DISPLAY 1tttLITY TRAILERS Over a Hundred Design

Mrs. Lee Sanders of the We observe that President SAME slot/ Pe r Left CUSTOM BUILT rL. OM MC Tq Choose From
Starke Woman's Club gave an Nixon has appointed Dr. Arthur GAS AND ELECTRIC MERRILLCONSTRUCTION lipi'lI

Informative talk on the coming4th Flemmlng$ as full time chair- Memorial BesehinwMPreetamatUon WELDING BRAZING CO.

of July parade, celebrationand man for the coming White House PRICE *. eta -Te void SHEET METAL t 3 Miles North of Starkeon
Is
activities at the Fair Conference. Dr. Flemming < !>
grounds which will take place experienced as he had been CARDS OF THANKS TRAILER HITCHES BEAUTIFUL Sealy Mattress U.S..301

Monday, July 5. After due con- Secretary of Health Educationand M word swish s .. ...?..M INSTALLED springs innerspring and foam.< Phone 964-8521.
sideration, the members dele- Welfare under President AS Each wtrd ever #-7e Regular price 99.95 set This Starke Fla. tf Room Air Conditioner.
gated Karl Hoist to attend a Eisenhower lie organized the week $59.95 with trade-In at Touch Control Comfort Center
meeting on June 9th at the first White House ConferenceIn Dahmer's Discount. tfchgBARRETT Two or Three Spied Cooling
Chamber of Commerce. A con- 1961 out of which Medicare Jacksonville I .C Fleublt All Flow Control
tribution of $5 was'donated to wasTdeveloped and enacted Into NOTICEStarke JIMMY MOORE'S Automatic EvenTemp

help defray expenses. With law-In 1963. 102 E. BROWNLEE A Hole la Your RoofMOrA SUN SPORTS ThermostatCitra Large Washaole Filter
more time we hope to do better We will follow closely the and KeystoneHelffhti Corrotion-Remtanl, Casings

next year.Auditors procedure of the 28 member urea Customers Water Conditioning MOORE BOAT FOR Model tor Special Windows
Hazel Richards and National Advisory Committeeand
Walter and Peg Richardson reported the White House Confer- Hastings Mattressand and Pump Co. YOUR MONEY as low as
our treasurer's booksIn ence Planning Board. The extensive
/good shape and all receipts preparation which has Upholstery 130 Court Street Starke Ph. 98<<.1791 $11900
accounted for. gone into the Local and Regional -
Phone 964.5832PLUMBING
One minute of silencewas Forums and Conferencewill 710 St. Johns. :AraPALATKA Complete Outboard AStern

observed In respect for mean nothing unless the J & J Roofing Co. Drive Service and
Mrs. Clara Latterman Club discussions and proposals become I Repair. Complete' Fiber SLADE GAS

member who passed away last the spring-boards of ac- Phone 964-8778 Is Open AgainFURNITURJ Water Conditioner class Repair. Custom-
made to
week. A book on Organic Gardening tion.The your and Appliances
will be donated by our 28 million elderly and individual bearingrequirements Hlway 301 South and Pumps built Fiberglass Fishing
:
Club and will be placed In the disabled beneficiaries of S.S. ; WELL DRILLING Boats.! 332 W. t.sisonGeinesyille= :
Public Library in memory of and Medicare are hopefully at no Repaired Refinished Sales and Rental

Clara looking forward to a brighter additional cost. FOR RENT-Good location. 1 ReupholsteredNEW -r -
future. Nothing succeeds like BR apartments 510 N. Cher-
Tn helD people to recognizeand Repair Department WATER FRONT LOTS
success. That Is the American ry St. tfchg MATTRESSES 24 Hoar Service FOR SALE
talk to each other name )
plates were made by HelenEganwhich Way. Others have done It, we ALL MAKE HEARING HOUSE PAINTING- FREE ESTIMATES On Crosby Lake and Crosby .
can do better. Why not? Reagon-
were worn at our last AIDS REPAIRED Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet
Our next will be June able. Interior exterior. Hourly Can Collect 328-2144
,meeting. With about 60 mem Meeting A.J. Thomas Registered Real wide 8 feet deep) Located on Marine
22 at 1 In the Recreation or by contract. First class
bers on p.m. In State Road 100 3 miles Westof
our rolls this does AINESVILLE HEARINGAID Estate Broker Specializing .
make It easier. Center. workmanship guaranteed. Con- Appraisals for Estates indi- Starke, Fla. Ideal for vaca- Cobia Boats.Johnson
--Joe Kerrigan CO. : tact Lonnie Roberts, Raiford. viduals and Corporate Owners. tion cottage mobile home or Motor ..

W'.M ;:J << SEWINGMACHINE iness. Thirty Years experienceIn Prices start at$1.295.00! $200 -
iine sville, Florida 32601 j weekends, phone 431-1768. Florida land matters. Tel. down and $35.00 month fop 36
7/14 ALL NEW SKI RIG
Phone 376-0095 4tchg 964.5701Starke, Florida tfchg month? .(8 1/2 % simple Interest -
CommunityNews ). 15' C'obla Bow Rider
FOR RENT-Small unfurnished 964-7701
I CaU 8 a.m. to 9
cottage; nice location, land for Sales and Service FOR SALE- Used furniture and p.m. weekdays. tf 50 H.P. JOHNSON

HELP WANTED: Apply in person garden. Ideal for retired cou- PFAFF NECCIII appliances. Phone 964-8088. Gator Trailer

Water's Enco Service Sta ple. Phone 964.5801tfchg New Home 4tp 62"BLACKEYED LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf

tion. It Universal & Country Club, ready for All For
COMPLETE JANITORiAL tier- and purple $1,995WELDING
building on or for investment.
FOR SALEFour 6 weeks old viceCarpets shampooed", $49:50 up tipped crowder peas $2.00 per Lots area approximately 1/2 Plus Tax
small poodles. .425 N. WalnutSt. house traitors, windows bushel. You pick 'em', worm acre and larger. Paved roads
i By Elizabeth Given Walker ., 964-6623. Itp washed, floors scrubbed.Phone Parts & Repairs on free. Morris Carter 964-5128. only 3 minutes from town. See Lynn Hamilton
Make Ma-
all other
964-5771. Boyd Service tfchg lip Prices start at $1295.00. $200 Before You Buy

WftVPfPffffffftt WANTEDYour old lawn mower chines.NATIONAL. BABY sitter. down and $35.00 per month. 1030 E. University! Av*.
will pay $1 l and pick it up. Call FOR SALE: Large 3 piece red EXPERIENCED Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5
THOMAS REUNIONThe after the 3rd Sunday there will sectional Kroehler Couch.964-< MondayFriday..Call 9648926. pp.mg- Gainesville
William and Louisa Wilson be a week of Prayer Meeting 782-3437. Itp Mrs. Mickey Johnson. 1 tp.INSUXANCE .
iy. Av.
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Itp.I ,."L j l
Thomas Family Reunion leading up to the fourth Sunday. ___ e .
is set at Beulah Baptist churchon Prachlng will begin on the fourth STOCK HOGS for sale or trade. MEN WANTED for training in Gainesville, Florida. O.C. Carries Nursery
Raiford. Fla. Rd. 16 at Rd. 121. 378.1355'r ,
SR-21 in Clay County on Sunday. Everyone Invited to "
highway construction work as AT RKDVf D RATa7AUTO. Thousands of Plants
Sunday June 27. Join In this great revival ser Phone 431-1881. tfchg
operators pipe layers .. BOAT
equipment FIRE
Fruit Trees, Shade Trees
Beulah Church Is between vice. Sunday School, 9:4&MornIng Employ- ,
etc.. under Equal
DOTTK E. COHNXK
Keystone Heights and Middle- service 10:43.: Night service 3 Bed Rooms 2-1/2 Baths ment Opportunity Program. AQKNCT' Evergreens Camellias,

burg six miles north of Gold 7 p.m.Creator $1.60 per hour. Apply to Max PUMPSNEW INSURANCE. toll (Azaleas, Roses

Head Branch State Park. In this modern home of 2400. Adklnson Marlon Construction Moot la cane plant AnrU..eLANDSCAPING :
The program will begin with Allen Chapel AME sq, ft., with Cent air and heat. Company yard, 2 miles east AND USED FOR "RENT12' wide, 2 bedroom -
morning worship at 11 Acovered Church, Rev.C.E.Jenkinspas
a.m. Don't miss this one If you of SR-225 7 non trailer outside
Lawtey on city SI Ml. S.E. of Wrought Iron Porch And '
INFlormhome
dish luncheon Is set SUrkff. Bwy.
tor.Sunday are In the market for a large to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday. An SALES limits J.B. White. 964-6114, If
Patio Post And Rails
10 Morn- C5S-2165 ,
for 1 p.m. with a business School a.m. home and grounds. Terms.A.J. Equal Employment Opportunity call 964-8647. -
answer
PARTS no
meeting to follow Immediately Ing service, 11 a.m. Choir U- Thomas, Realtor. Tel.964-5701 Built, Aquarium Stands,
4
Employer
tp 7/8
thereafter. nion, 3 pan. In Macclenny. All SERVICE GENERAL FARM AND Garbag. Can Racks, Mail
All family connections and members Invited to attend. Deep nnd Shallow Wells
.
'lONE PORTABLE Magnavox APARTMENT FOR Rent Lady Western Store MODERN MASONRY Box Stands, Custom
6 The
interested friends of the fam- Evening service, p.m. Water Softeners and
3rd Conference will ''color TV with stand for half only. $45 mo. Call after 3 p.m. .. BUILDING Built Cattle Rack For
ily are cordially Invited", according Quarterly 9646416. 2 tp 6/24 FiltersPlumbing Western &Work Clothes
to A.J. Thomas, sec- be held Sunday June 27. The '!price and one Motorola Quas- .- Approximately 3600 Sq. Ft. Pickup, Mobil. Home
Boots & Stetson Hats
retarytreasurer.COM pastor Is asking all leaders to
contact each member and Inform payments at Dahmer's Dls- SWEET CORN $1.50 per bushel. Supplies *.. Saddles) Tack Veterinarian To Ry-Ry Ramp tor Truck Metal Steps.

NEWS them of their obllgatons.The 1 count tfchg also other vegetables. David SuppliesMon. Xjosuftic $18.500 Terms

DELL CIIAPTER OES Sunday School convention Wainwright 16, 2 miles Farm.East of State Starke.Rd. EXPERT SERVICE ON Wed., 8 to 6 CALL Super Test Station

The regular meeting of Dell will begin after the first Sun- ---M Phone 964-7835. 3 tchg. 7/1 ALL MAKES Thursday 8.12 BILL POWELLBROKER 964-9958 or 964-6489
Chapter 168 will be held Thursday day In July 7, 8, and 9th. In PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE FrI.. Sat. 8 to 7 tf>,h
June 17, in the Masonic Jacksonville. All members are ?
Hall on Brownlee Street. All asked to please give your full TWO STORY farm house for Main St. Lake Butler BM-M64 9648810tfchg<
members asked cooperation in these activities. na Phcne 496.6041
are to pleasebe
sale cheap. Excellent for build- PUMP & SUPPLY CO. IF YOU NEED
and Business
present on time. -
big garage, barns, docks etc.
of vital SENIOR CITIZENSThe REFINE3HINGALL The Glass
Importance. J.R. Wainwright Phone 964- Shop YOUR HOME PAINTEDAt
Senior Citizens will hold
TYPES
7835. Starke Fla 2 tchg. 6/24
CIIURCII ACTIVITIES their next meeting Thursday UPHOLSTERYCABINETWORK 21INCH ADMIRAL color Eller Brown CIao The Price You

Greater Bethel Free Will June 17, at I p.m. at RJE Gym. GARAGE SAW After 5:00: p.m. used) TV with new picture
Baptist Church Rev. Jasper You are lulled. 521 & 523 W. Pratt St., Starke. tube. Dahmer's Discount tf. For Can Afford

Williams pastor Monday night The Neighborhood Service Expert Reproduction 1 chg Carpenter & Roofing
Senior Choir rehearsal. Tues- Center !is sponsoring a sum- AD CARS and TRUCKS Repair
day night, Choir No. 3 and ushers mer enrichment program this C. E. JACKSON tp.NO Installed While-U-Walt

Board No. 3 will meet. summer for children, ages 5 1313 W. Madleon Starke GIMMICKS FOR SALE 3 bedroom'ma olk.wagenN. Custom Vinyl.Auto Tops CONTACT
Wednesday night Prayer Meet- through 15, who can come for 1971' sonry house air conditioned I WILLIAM BRYANT'

Ing. Thursday night Ladles Cir- supervised recreation, story acre land.Call 964-3128 Monti- A Used 1017 N. Main Gyvv1U.ING Office 126 N. Court St.
cle will meet at Mrs. Sarah reading< classes of choice;sewing CARL BEGGS 12'x60' cello _Fla. after 5 p.m. 1 tp Isles Service Sucke, Fla. ITP
Prince's. Friday the ladles will basic crocheting handcraft 2 Bedroom "r

sell pies at the church.Saturday etc Hours from 9 a.m. Gulf Service Furnished 1 ML North of TIre Mall
dinners will be Bold from the to 2 p.m. A balanced sack lunch USED PARTS FIRST TIME OFFEREDOne GAINESVILLEFOR
kitchen beginning at 12 noon. plus Juice, crackers and milk 3 Bedroom
Sunday Is pastoral Day. Sun- Our theme Is to keep children "T.. Prices for Wrecked Con 3 895 01 the nicer homes tBtarfce 5

day School at 9:30: will begin busy and off the streets. Busy M Hoar Wrecker Service Furnished 3 B-R. Centre Kea UN "

the services. Morning serviceat children are the happiest. acid Air. Carpet. Many Ex SALE-
Fuel Oil
Veteran's Approx. 60 acres' HOMESAVAIUBUFOR
11 with Deacon James Prince ans ...... $19,950 Shown by Ap-
of timber land about 3 miles
,
speaker on the subject, "The vied Care Carpet ThroughoutBank Bototoent PROFIT
east of Brooker. Call 533-2451
only.CALL
Model Church". Hwy. Ml N. W..M4O1M Financing after 6 2tp 6/17 OPPORTUNITY
Dinner will be served at 12:30. p.m
: din's Mcfclle Horn BILL POWELL;
will be held : LOCATION
League at 4 p.m. : j
Regular service. 6 p.m. The 1' k -there's Sales BROKER WATER WELL drillingshal YOUR LOT \T ARK E, FLA.
public Is Invited to attend. SEWING MACIIINE-Cleaned, Starke Fla. 100 West t84404 964-6810!) low or deep- inch onlypump
) & tank Installed. Call 9648828or U.S. 301 ,
oY tf tdchg
p oiled and ,adjusted In your
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL ,tome, $5.00 Vacuum cleaner 431-1910. H.C. Goodman. Itp $3,5001600SQ.

Dally Vacation Bible School repairs also. All work guaranteed. .. t- WE REPAIR and& sell nearly
will begin Monday June 22, at Dennis E. Cogglns, Phone sage US-weeV, completely rotnlshed. every needle made for any SACRIFICE FOR CASH WE OFFER f
Owner will take much less
the church. Hours 5 to
P p.m
431-1428 tfchg Weeb eveflable! > ta brand stereo regardless of age.
this
8 The Theme Is "Doing than appraised value for
Our pjn.Thing for Jesus". Students 0 June. J1I1:1.: Ausuitt and SePtember Also the long play records at newly reconditioned bedroomor FT.LIVING >* '3 Boy. 2 Lifts I,

SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic
H, E. $1 l off regular price at Dah-
Krttnondaon.
from two ( 3 Br and family room) I*'Partial I
years up are Letters all sizes,colors.Per mer' Discounttfchg OF Financing
Box Black'
tiltClassified Star Route 32, i
eligible to attend home. Nearly new roof new
manent, for use on wood,glass, '* Plus'
Salary ExpensesDuring
Mountain. N. C. 28711 Phone
paint In and out best vinyl
plastic, paper metal leather. FOR RENT 2 air conditioned AREA
(704) M9-681. tiC11S : "Management Sch..1.l
Ebenezer Baptist Church, / ANYTHING: Bradford County cottages KIngsley Lake. Call floor In kitchen and bath.
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Mon Telegraph tf 12' x 60' Repossessed Mobile after 6 p.m. Phone 533-2366.: Hardwood floors like new.Huge *Highest. Octane ,
day night of each week Bible Home already financed, take tfchg. living room with fireplace G;.i llne Avallobl. 1
up eat In kitchen. Fenced CALLSIADE
Class. Each Thursday night, WATSON'SHOUSE payments. Olln's Mobile Home large
Prayer Meeting. Monday night Sales 100 W. tfchg back yard. Priced for quick
OF VACUUMS sale. Call 964-6575. 4tchg
H.SS N Taking: applications tot
Many brands of new vacuums MANAGER TRAINEENo 7/1 "i I

T. A. JONES $39,00 up. Used machines from experience necessary.You FHA-235 LET US EXPLAINTHR
$10. Expert Repairs all makes. can qualify: for our manager SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic FACTS TO YOU
Electrical Contractor Pacts and Accessories for all training program if you are a New Letters, all sizes,colon Per- HOME
1L vacuums..Built In Central vac- high school grad Interested In Brick 3 and 4 manent, for use on wood,glass AND YOUR WIFE

Residential And umn cleaning systems 712 N. advancing with a growing con- Bedroom Homea plastic paper! metal, leather. !

. Commercial Wiring Main, Gainesville 376-7110 sumer finance organization. CaD for DetailLow ANYTHING! Bradford County; SERVICESFor CALL COLLECTSUN ''j
Excellent salary modem com- Telegraph. tf.IF .

BIC PENS. Ball Point Refills. pany benefits rapid promotionand Down Paymentand OIL CO. :

) FREE ESTIMATE .- Bradford County Telegraph security In an ever expanding Moderate Monthly; InformationJacuon
I 1736 field. Phone 964-5010 Payment : J.ekseevi11.353.0941 'i;

(On Any Job) for an appointment. Approved WE DONT HATE IT: Call rill. Mr. MeerEvenings .
CLASP ENVELOPES all.Izes. for V.A. training.Southern Discount LONGCHAMP HOMES well cot H fe*. .... Office Collect
j .- Bradford County Tele- Company. Itchg BaypU.t. 7antf re; rgsq.,
W..4Jech.nvlll.
Pheee M+ er
Guarantee Work To B. Dan DATSUNGAINESVillE graph. tsn .... : 781

By National EUctrie Cod.. RELAX UNWIND with m- 8/1.s.1 Stalls 398-1531
INTERSTATE: MOBILE ]Home tie and suie Go-Tense tablets ft'o
I Promi. To B* Fair And 'J jnoving in. Fla.' Call 964-56M Only 98C Andrews Pharmacy. er Writ. P.O. Sea 148VirCWJUTKMi

Hon.>t With Everyone. ttcflll' 5to 71S1JPER MOVEDJ J v 11. fl .tF

4300 H. W. 13th St. FOR SALE- Westinghouse air STICK Vinyl Plastic WE HE PAIR 8-track car tape
& H ELECTRIC
Traffic' Service Poles 72226-: conditioner IO,300BTUU5volt. Letters all sties,colors,Per- decks, any brand, and sell all

Service Calls $5.00 115 S. E. 2nd St. $125.00. 2 professional spray manent, for use on wood,glass, 8-track tapes at $1 off regular/ NOW 4 MILES SOUTH ON 301 KMMI i iXtoetrte. ie ,

CALL 468-1106 T/tt 1graph guns $100.00. 964-8717. Itp plastic metal, leather i price. Dahmer's Discount. res Mae er -
darr.
Bradford County tfchg 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 964-8808 'fie r"ii ffkadretd

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