Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 24, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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FFA President

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At least two personsin

(. ), Bradford Countywere
SR-100 tF /
tl not too !surprised I

w when J Jia.my Alvarez

was elected state FFA
president last wjek.

His agriculture in

FatalJohn sttuctcrs at Bradford

Ail ligh have been grooming ..

li r the slender, soft
Richard Keene, 18, of spoken Alvarez fa the
High Springs, was killed and
two Valdosta post almost four
men seriously Injured -
lp In a head-on crash west years, since Jimmy en-
of Starke Saturday afternoon. rolhd in the vo-ag

The wreck occurred on SR- program.
100, 1.6 miles west of Starkeat r
5:28: p.m. Keene was en- "We saw the possibility at
route to Starke to play soft- least 3-1/2 years ago," Ag
ball with the Alachua AllStarsin Advisor David Smith says.
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. the Recreation Department's "Not come along
.. f very many
Clay lawmen dig and toy marijuana'plants at evidence. June\ Invitational. *I aX'r r like him," adds senior Ag Advisor I- S
According to fliP Trooper
re Paul Hutchlns. It has
J.C. Cone, Keene was aloneIn F been 23 years since a Brad-
his car and traveling east ford FFA member has brought
when It struck a 1970 Chrysler -
home the state
Near top honor.
: Keystone Heights driven by Bobby Brown a Y
Courson. "It was his own decision to
Trooper Cone said that run," Hutchlns said. Alvarez,
1I.1 Keene's 1967 Ford veered to who has reaped almost every
the left lane of the road for no Favorite girl friend June Hardy wasn't awfully impressed award an FFA member can
I. apparent reason. Both cars traveled with Alvorex's new title or fancy speeches, she receive over the post four years
3 Jailed In Pot PlotThree onto the north shoulderof claims. Jim's reaction to the ribbing is caught above. Is said to have won the stale
the road and attemptedto presidency by a substantial
return to the road. The point margin, although the vote countis
of Impact was two feet southof announced.
the north edge of the road. Alvarez, son of Mr. and Mrs.
young Gainesville men and Harold A. Alvarez of Brown-
ufacturlng, possession of
are In Clay County Jail charged marijuana on a 10 by 75 foot Both Courson and a passenger School BoardTo lee Road, is the second state
with growing, cultivating, manWilt plot near Keystone Heights. In Ms car. J.C. Owell. FFA president from Bradford
were taken to the Bradford ,
County. The first is none other
... receiving a tip-off about the ,y 0 County Hospital where they received than Doyle Conner who was
"grass," valued at $50,000 to emergency treatment. the state president) In 1947-
$75,000, Clay sheriffs men They were then transferee to 48. Conner went on to become
staked out the site for a week. the Gainesville Medical Cen- Pay City National FFA president In 1950.
Using a sophisticated video tape +r t ter for treatment of apparently -
/ Using his FFA accomplishments -
serious injuries.No .
camera, they photographedthe
Y !Zi as a spring board he
charges were filed. The
trio cultivating the plot r
was elected to the Florida Leg-
accident raised Bradford Coun-
Sunday, then moved in and made
For Riot
islature 23 the
the arrest. The three did not ty's death toll on its highwaysthis DutyAfter
resist. year to four man ever to serve in the state
L Conner; of
house. course, wenton
wawn (!!ritr Allan Wesley Martin, 28; Michael to become Speaker of'the
James Breen, 24, and Florida (Mouse and is now State

Michael L. Lawrence, 27, all an hour's hemming and by the School Hoard after the, Commissioner of Agriculture,
&lUlu Supp.,. of 224 SW Place, Gainesville 301 Beautification hawing last week, four School bill was presented at Its June a post it was always his ambition -
are still In Jail! under $3,000 _\ v 31Q Project Abandoned Board members agreed to paya 1 meeting to attain.
bond each on the two charges, $2.300 bill from the Starke "The School Board is proudof How far can Alvarez go?
June 25, 1971 both felonies with maximum Police Department for services how the city; handled the That'll be up to him, I'auillut-
6 P.M. Til ? penalties of up to 10 years. Mrs Claire Capps said yes- rendered at Bradford High whole situation," Hall said In chins says as it was left to
All three pleaded Innocent terday that she had notified School during the recent racial opening the meeting. "Wecouldn't the youngster to decide for
At Monday to both charges. A preliminary officials of the State Depart- crUIs.! I have re opened himself to run for state of-
hearing has been set ment of Transportation that she (school) without your help." fice. He has until 22 years of
SHERIFF WHITEHEAD'SFARM for July 8. and Mrs. Anna Felos had with- School Hoard Chairman Rod- Only question the school board age to qualify for the American -
drawn from the Highway 301 ney Hall was the first to advocate members asked was if the bill Farmer Degree and to run
The 1,000 plants) in'the plot (North) Beautification Projectand paying the bill as the school submitted them was for just for national office
would be worth $75 each, would have further board members met with a com- "I've no plans now to run
the time the
Lake Butler Fla. no responsibility city police patrolled -
: Sheriff Jennings Murrhee said. for "complaints or mittee from the Starke City the school or if It included for national office" Alvarez
Bar-B-Q The plants were dug up and 585 compliments." Council on June 15. all the city; extra riot says, but he obviously la lease
preserved as evidence. Some duty? ing the door open.
Chicken plants were preserved In con- Mrs. Capps said that since School Board Member The 42 hours charged to the Right now, the Bradford youth
Bog tainers to be used as "live" the project now has no fundsat Charles Sawyer, all along school board does not cover faces a year of traveling and
evidence, according to Deputy praised the services of the city public appearances ills predecessor ) -
its disposal, rose bushes the eight days police patrolled
TrimmingsCorn Sheriff Walter Harvey. Sheriff Jennings Murrhee examines plants. and shrubbery will be removedand police and auxiliary, saying the the school, Mayor Carl Hurst as state FFA president
not amount of the bill was not in Hob Hinton of Plant City, told
The "well planned opera- replaced as they die. said. Actually, the police billed
on the cob tion," as Harvey described It, "find" In Clay County, deputree to observe the site. It She said she did not know who question. But he hesitated to the school board for five days Alvarez he was away from homeas
Is deep In the woods northeastof ties said. rained every day they were would be responsible for main- voice approval of payment because but patrolled eight."Everything much as a month at a time
RefreshmentsCountry Keystone Heights. The site camped out, Harvey said, and tenance of the plantings on the he said, it would seta we had In the last year.
is located about two miles north Lawmen built a blind in a "the mosquitos were terrible." median strips. precedent. city was there" the mayor said, Two goodwill tours are on tap
"Are we going to get Into for the first this summer In which Alvarez
of SR-100] off SR-214. three days after
Music I the law enforcement business? will begin at Jacksonville and
the disturbance broke out, then
The "grass" growers dug ... -- ].How! far does our responsibility a reduced force! for the tf\lnvum} travel around the__state out a trench in the sandy soil ; extend he asked. filii"w"k"We: -don't; quarrel;:;; July 18 all state Flit presI-
Benefit For Legal Fund to a depth of about 10 Inches. 7 Arrested In 12 Hall said he didn't view the with the amount of money. dents will converge on Wash-
For Suspended Employees Black plastic, of the type now payment of the bill as a pre- You can't place a monetary value ington, D.C. and a meeting with
used to mulch strawberries, cedent, that the riot Itself had on what you guys did," President Richard Nixon.In .
was used to line the trench, set the precedent. The school Sawyer said. September the Bradford
Donation $ 5.00 < probably to preserve moisture, board had to deal with the The city absorbed $6,000 ir youth will go to work for the

per couple ; Harvey surmised. riot on Its own merits Hall extra police duty; spent in the Commissioner of Agriculture,

Some of the plants had rootsystems City B&E Cases Maintained.At Reno area during the crisis, representing Florida at shows.,
I that point City Councilman fairs, and other public functions.
Councilman Jimmy McRae told
Tickets sale Community
on at in the shape of a small Jimmy McRae stated: the school board members. Jimmy has to delay college
; round container proof, Harvey
State Bank and .- "If we were financially ableto "We paid the men althoughwe plans for a year to serve.
, said, that the plants had ger-
Williams Jewelry, Star e. minated elsewhere and been After a four month respite, Wins The youths entered the a stop watch. n't absorb have the billed cost), we would- really couldn't afford to." In winning the state FFApre-
moved, to the site. the City of Starke has undergone school twice, at 2 a.m. Sun- All four are charged with board." That satisfied the school First to really get his feet sldency, young Alvarez won
I a rash of 12 breaking day morning and 5 p.m. Mon- breaking and entering with intent Sawyerand wet In the discussion was Coun- over 10 candidates from allover
Courtesy Of I the plants ranged In height he Immediately, then, gave Florida. All candidates for
Chairman Tucker
and entering In the past two day afternoon, according to Deputy to commit petit larceny.The his cil Nell ,present
I from a foot to four feet. A weeks. three approval to paying the$2,300 although he was not a president must appear before a
Sheriff Robert Green. Juveniles have been
GJhr (Eammunity I few had seed pods.Sheriff Mur But city police officers and Sun- released Into the custody of bill.Both member of the city's committee. Nominating Committee of fellow -
I All four were In on the sets of board members
rhee said the cultivation was Future Farmers, who real-
deputies have
&tar' askAccounts their parents Green said, and
I expertly done. The plants grew solved all except three. day B&E at the school which Moody whose bond meeting In City; Hall at 5 p.m. "I think this is a fair bill" ly put the pressure on a candidate -
" I in mixture of soil and fertilizer they entered by jerking opena was set Tuesday, said their budgets are HutchIns
a Arrested so far are six juveniles at Tucker said, "I think you oughtto says.
Now In.ur.dUp $1,500, was expected) to be
locked door. Only a few packages In danger of
all .appeared) healthy. being overspent. Tucker admitted Alvarez was the committee's
: ; and one 18-year-old released help us. )
To $20,000: By) youth Wayne Moody. of cigarettes were found Wednesday morning.Three It was agreed the city; will the school board Is the city's choice last week, a definite
I The almost mature plants had Three juveniles and missing. lawmen have solveda bill the school board after July biggest utiUty; customer, but help In the election.: The other
, Federal) Deposit I been growing six to eight weeks, arrested Monday for Moodywere entering Monday afternoon two of the total of seven B&E's occur- 1, so the bill can be paid In said the schools get value received nine candidates had to be nom-
,Insurance Coro.L1 I the lawmen estimated.It the Bradford Middle same four persons entered the Ing from: June 1 1518. Three the school board's) new fiscal inated from the floor of the
I school again by the same me-
I was the largest marijuana School and taking various 1- thod and took $16 In cash and (See Page 8)) year.The Joint meeting was asked (See Page 8)) (See Page )


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mf&ufe' 'J ,:, : -- -- 1 Junior Queen Miss Stern Presents

th King Contest Piano Pupils

Set During Miss piano Louise pupils Stern In presentedher a recitalat

WOM N the First Baptist Churchon

July 4 PartyA at 8 Thursday o'clock. evening, June 17,

Junior King and Queen con- Students appearing at this
Gladys Mooty, Society Editor, 964-7608 teat will be a feature of the time were Cindy Norman, Gin-
Independence Day celebration ger Dlxon, Martin Kersey Ken
which will be held at the Brad- Thompson, Junell Alvarez,Beth
ford County; Fair Grounds on'Monday and Briar Patray, Stephanie
I Miss Sandra Jean Donaldson Weds !Marilyn Bollinger July :5. 'Green Kathy Taylor. Carl
The event for the youngsters Torode Paula Dee Carter Terri -
Edwin______ _T. Sandersn Waldo Church ,
Wins Science Honor which Is sponsored by the Jun- Smith, Sherry Cowart, and
ior Woman's Club, Is open to Sally Torode.
Miss Sandra Jean Donaldson children from 4 to 6 years of
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Marilyn Kay Bollinger of .. age, who live In Bradford County.
George Donaldson of Waldo Starke has been named to mem- Following the program refreshments -
and Edwin Leo Sanders son bership InSamford University's; were served In Fellowship
of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Sanders chapter of PI Gamma Mu national The children will be Judgedon Hall. Mrs. Bobby Taylor
are social science honor -- --- personality and cuteneis.
of Starke exchanged vows In so- ; and Mrs.Paul Carter servedas
a double ring ceremony at 7 /1 ciety.; Honored upon th.lr retirement from Stork. Elementary w.r. (l-r) Mrs. Mat tie Competition will be In play hostesses.\ A color schemeof
o'clock Friday, June 18, In the Miss Bollinger daughter of Graham, Mrs Annie Laurie Morgan, and Mr*. Louise Crosby. clothes and per"v clothes. yellow and green was used
First Baptist Church, Waldo. .r / Dr. and Mrs. H.G. Bollinger, For an entry blank and throughout The centerpiecewas
Rev. David Cox was the officiating was tapped for the honorary a- Starke Elementary Honors Retired TeachersMrs. detailed Information, contact designed to coordinate with
minister assisted by long with 24 other Samford Mrs. Jim Lawson, Box 928, yellow roses on the cakes and I

Rev. KermIt Combs. students Spring at semester the organization'sfinal meeting Annie Laurie Morganand this occasion was Mrs. Mattie Interspersed with day lilies. Starke, or phone 964-5103 week- the lime green punch. i iI
Given In her
marriage by time I
father the bride wore a last week. Mrs. Louise Crosby were Gresham, a member of the The center table held an arrangement days after 6 P.m. or any I
of dacron gown r, qi PI Gamma Mu honors students honored at a luncheon Tuesdayat cafeteria staff, who Is also of mixed summer Saturday.
polyester featuringan
A-llne skirt and empire who have compiled out. the Starke Elementary Cafe retiring. All three were pre flowers. ..... -- -" -- -,-_ _' .-, U. ".. .. j
and redingote standing scholastic records In teria. sented with gifts. Invited to attend were the I' 'i
waistline overlay -
forming a chapel train. the fields of economics,historyand Mrs Morgan Is retiring from Charles Francis, Mike Sexton present teaching staff, the retired :i:7:
Embroidered daisies encircledthe \i is political science,homeeco- teaching after 10 years In Levy and Miss Ann LIndsey.who teachers of Starke Elementary
redingote and the full length 1 nomics, and sociology. County and 28 years In Bradford are changing schools, were given and the Bradford County
County. Mrs. Crosby has .
puff sleeves and high neckline M t Miss Bollinger a junior at ; recognition.The ; School Administrative per-
were also daisy trimmed. The w T Samford is a 1968 graduate of been teaching 34 years In Bradford U-shaped luncheon table sonnel. gIIaiLI
b County.; Also honored at held of
Bradford High School. garlands greenery
fingertip veil of illusion was ,
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attached to a crown of em- L1
broidered lace featuring seed
pearls and rhinestones to com Stork Shower Miss Donna Lamb Duplicate Bridge

plement lace on the gown. She i !reds Mr. Greene Winners Named
carried a bouquet of white car- For !Mrs. Pat Henry I
nations, centered with a removable .if Mrs. Clarice Crab tree and
corsage a white orchid Mrs. Pat Henry was honoredat Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Lamb Mrs. Lucille Davie were the I MtJ
with lavender lip. ir a stork shower Wednesday pry! 1 announce the marriage of their winning couple at Duplicate
The matron of honor was J night of last week given by i daughter, Donna to Bryan W. Bridge Tuesday night at the
Mrs. Frank W. Dougherty; sis- Mrs. James 'Rye and Mrs. Greene son of Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Street Recreation Cen-
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ter of the bride, who was attired .i IJ. John L. Bradley Jr. at the Ralph B. Greene. ter where there were four
In a gown of turquoise i home of the latter on Kingsley The couple were married In tables in play.
chiffon and carried a nosegayof man. Ushers were bru..e J. 1 Lake. Hamburg S.C. on May 29 and Mrs. G.J. McGrlff Sr. and
pink and white carnationsand Scott and J. Wayne Walker A pink and blue color motif are now residing In Alexandria Mrs. Lex Green were second;
baby breath with a showerof also of Starke. i was carried out In the party; Va. where Mr. Greene Is attending Mr. and Mrs. John Mussollne
pink ribbon. Following the ceremony a 4 The bridesmaid was Miss Rebecca reception was held at the home ,t was covered with a white Ed Wainwright were fourth.
Jackson of Starke who of the bride's parents. The 1 linen cloth and centered with a JLiA
also wore turquoise chiffon and cake was served by Miss Ag. i stork flanked by pink candlesin I Summer Reading ikl,
carried a nosegay of white car- nes Jewell and Mrs. David Cox. silver holders. Mrs. Rye OES Plans DinnerThe ,
nations. The junior bridesmaidwas Mrs. Ronnie Locke and Miss ;presided at the punch bowl. Program Offers
Miss Tammy Dougherty; Linda Reynolds served punch. Games were played duringthe
niece of the bride who worea The bride graduated from party; hours by the ten First Surprise Starke Chapter Order of -
floor length pink flowered Bradford High School In the guests, who Included Mrs. the Eastern Star will have a
Mary Ann Barton, 18, last y.ar't Bradford County Strawberry
dotted swiss gown and carrieda class of 1971, and the bride- Jerome Johns mother of the i covered dish dinner Saturday
nosegay of carnations. groom graduated from BIIS In honoree. .".. ... -!. Magic Mage #1 Is now under night at 7 o'clock at the Mas- Qu..n was crowned Saturday night as the n.w New-
Miss Lisa Dougherty; also 1970. Mrs. Henry was presentedwith way at the Public Library. onic Hall. The Masons and their berry Watermelon Festival queen. I
a niece of the bride servedas After a wedding trip the cou- a corsage made from baby Alvarez-Black Vacation readers can come families are Invited to attend.
flower girl, carrying a princess ple will reside in Waldo. accessories and a baby book 10 by for their first surprise ad- Mary Ann Barton Is New Melon Queen
basket, lined with pink from her hostesses as a mem- Nuptials July venture.
satin filled with sweetheartroses. Mrs. W.G. Godwin and chil- ento of the occasion. Boys and:! Girls can still joina tJ'+r uun Mary Ann Barton,1970 Strawberry -
She wore a gown Iden- dren of Cleveland, Ohio arrived Miss Glenda Gall Alvarez, "Magic Maze" In full swing ? Queen, was crowned St. Mark's Plans
tical to thatof the junior brides Wednesday for several weeks Mrs. Inez Kelly has returned daughter of Mr. and Mrs.RalphL. at the Library. Many excitingnew lf -.. Queen of the 26th annual New- Vacation SchoolSt
maid. visit with her mother Mrs. i after two weeks visit with Rev. Alvarez and David Walker books are now availablefor berry Watermelon Festival
Donald W. Martin, of Starke. Bertha Pearce, and other re- i and Mrs. Alton Dobbs In Jacksonville Black, son of Mr. and Mrs. your summer reading fun. Saturday night.
served Mr. Sanders as best latives. i Irby Black, all of Fort Myers Watch for other exciting Mr. and Mrs. Delbert II. Miss Barton performed a song Marks Episcopal Church
will be united In marriage on clues! Gee of Lake Butler announcethe dance and fire baton routine 'will hold Bible School Monday
Ms lk Sl sVu Ms lb sM S ll Sb S S |b |tf SW S* S S#"SW sVi S S I ltfs |k lflS b_ sl lhu_ sl |k.. S S | | S th. .aaaak July 10 at 8 p.m. In the First birth of a daughter, Tracy to "Second Hand Rose." She' .June 28, to Friday, July 2,
( l l g Baptist Church, Fort Myers. Mr. and Mrs. R.B. Alvarez Lynn, on June 17 In the Brad- was sponsored In the pageantby The bride-elect Is the grand- of Boynton Beach and R.L. Alvarez ford County; Hospital.Mr. the Starke Junior Woman's 'ish House, for five year olds
Stay Cool All Summer daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K.B. of Fort Myers were Sun- Club. Alvarez of Boynton Beach, for- Miss Barton also holds the
day visitors of their daughterand and Mrs. J.G. Holton titles of "Miss Florida Rural A team of local Episcopal
mer Starke residents.A sister Miss Dorothy Al- routh wiy teach the
spent last week In the Smoky Electrification" and "High \ classes along -
graduate of Fort Myers
varez. Mountains. I with adult supervision.
High School, Miss Alvarez wasH Springs,Tobacco Queen".
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mem :tv.UsU-dn: Council 1:Omega i a i wa3
nor rXy.. tetr Vi Opn W* kdoyi 9-6
g n, ,
Club, Drama Club and f Saturday 9-7
the 1966 Hall of Fame. She attended ;
I I Dl } Carson-Newman Col- Sunday 16m

fl! lege In Jefferson City; Term .
where she was a member of
t'ITi Chi Lambda Sigma Women's
Student Government, Gamma
Sigma Sorority Tri Beta Nat.
ional Biological Honor Society; ,
I III I II and was in the 1970 Who's
I III) Who Among American Collegesand

I"" IIIIIIII from Universities.Carson-Newman She graduated In 1970 U B Thur. Fri. Vj '

I I with a Bachelor of Science De- ? \ sav E UP
gree. Last year she taught Bio- Tp X2.98
I JIll logy and Physiology at Pebble- a and Sat!
brook High School in Marietta, >
Ga. Next year she plans to SHIFTS
teach In Fort Myers. &
Mr. Black graduated from
Kentucky Military Institute CULOTTES
The where he was a member of the
Combination I ; ; Of
K Club, Drama Club an d the
football team. A graduate of
Edison Junior College he wasa r FOR 1399 sy
QUALITY member of Collegiate Clvi- EACH
? Many /In
1 style perm
bin, Freshman and Sopho-
{ IT = press poly Icel. Per AS$
OEPENDAOILI'rySEHVICE more Senator. Class I
Sophomore y; ky prints & solids innm ? i
vlce-piysldertt. Buccaneer Club 8 18. K2' .
president, and Committee of

Twenty.; He graduated from :::'

WI' Illfrr ,III,, Thar! Western Carolina University;
with a Bachelor of Science degree -
In Business Administration. rs

All Models Equipped With 2-Speed Quiet Presently he Is employedas
head-teller in Lee County;
Blower Automatic Thermostat And Dehumidifies Bank, Fort Myers.

As They Cool. '
Lions Club I Ie

S'iZ'i' S e. COOLS: . PKK Ee SightProgramFunds


5,000 BTU 1 Room $129.95 An explanation of the duties 1 i e S ,e "? BIKINI PANTIES "'

of county; health nurses and how -
their work ties la 1th the Lions SPECIAL 3 c g'Xl A C ,.
8,000 BTU To 2 Rooms Club's ; PURCHASE
Up 179.95 light.saving program S 5-L R fJ
was presented to the Machine washable double
Lions S
11,000 BTU !; To '3 June 10 by County; Health Nurses ""*'t crotch.nylon In Solid pastel, print and,high rayon(hade* and* f /
Up Rooms 219.95 Mrs. A.L. Pratt, Mrs Ar- W si?,5 6-7,
lln McKnIght, and Mrs Joyce
15,000 BTU Up 'To 4 Rooms Rlherd. -S I GIRLS
239.95J The Nurses thanked the Lions
for their work in light saving. PLAYWEAR 3. ;

18,000 BTU -, Up To 5 Rooms 289.95! The turn,Lions expressed Club members appreciation, in I SAVE MORE! | [IGREATVALUEII!! SENSATION

for the nurses' contribution to

24,000 BTU Up To 7 Rooms 349.9 the sight program. LADIES LADIES
] Film slides of Gateway Hope eKnlt or cotton tops.

Center Inc. in Jacksonville,rehabilitation DECK Ii It CANVAS e Permpresscottonornylon
center for the blind knit shorts.
Compare And Save! and near blind citizens of northeast e Perm press short sets.
Florida were shown''by SHOES SHOES eS1zes3.14.
Past Dist. Go;. Hal Russey
wh was Introduced by Lion \ 'C.rwu uPD..rs, II.green
O./ord. 0' .hp-.m I"
N.L. Woodburn. The Federal a It.blu. gusetol0, ..,I.colo,..5..5-10.. 9 $Q 0 0
SLADE GAS Government Is presentley fund- \

Ing such 4 to projects 1 matching, according funds to to U.19 OUR REO.! $2 11E0.$1.71 OUR TO $100 M FOR fj TO OUR$1 REG..t9

President Marc Jackson
Sufficient community: ; effort
AND APPLIANCES Is required to raise the 25 percent

required to become eligible <,'
for the matching funds, /

332W.Madi.MnSt. Phone 964-7701 Jackson"If anyone points has out. a donation, ALWAYS 1st QUALITY'CHARS
fc contact a Lion soon," Jackson

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$111Il1dlU Pvt. (;corge J I. Hamilton, son
of Air and Mrs Sherrod W. BALDWIN 1

Hamilton, of Starke, recently '
completed eight weeks of basic J.

training at Fort Jackson, S.C., f
Ardel F, Brannen a 1967 Mr. and Mrs. John Adamsof Mr. and Mrs. OG Strayhorn where he received Instruction FIFTH
graduate of Bradford High Athens, Ga. will spend the of Wildwood and Mrs. Frank in drill and ceremonies, weaA
School, has recently receiveda weekend with Dr. and Mrs. H, Prichard and children of Atlanta pons, map reading, andrm>' 1
discharge from the Air Force lit Adams. were Sunday visitors of history and traditions o
after serving as Television Equipment Mr. and Mrs M.F. lIazen and i 0Oof

Repairman at the A. Mr. and Mrs. JB Godwin Mrs. V.V. Ilazcn. 1'vt..John W, Kuykendall, son o
merican Forces Philippines and son, Lt. Jim Godwin of of Mr. and Mrs lames I.. Kuy- o o > oIs
Network at Clark Air Base, Arcadia, spent weekend here Mrs Lance Van Allen of Orange Kendall of Keystone Heights, t
Republic of the Philippines lie with friends and relatives. Park has returned from a recently completed eight weeks
has enrolled In Term One at two weeks' visit with her hus- of basic
training at the U.S.
Santa Fe Junior College.Mr. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair spent the band In Athens, Greece Mr. Army Training Center Fort I,
weekend with friends at Fer-
Van Allen, who is stationed a- Campbell
and Mrs. Duvld Montgomery nandina Beach. board the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt Former BMS

had as guests last Fri has been gone since Jan- Pvt. Richard n, McRae 4
Student son
Mrs. N.K. Hurst has returnedto
day evening Mr. and Mrs. II.' her home In Indianapolis. uary. They visited ancient CorInth TopsIn of Mrs.! Iris C. McRae of
T. Downing, Mrs. Ivan Niblack N'apolta.and several Greek Starke, and 1'vt. John A, HawA
Ind. after ten days visit with Palatka .
and Mr.-and Mrs. H.L. Tol- Islands The trip was a cele- kins, son of Mrs. Charles E, "
her mother Mrs. w.S. Slade.
bert of Lake City, and Mrs. bration of their second wed- Hawkins, Hampton, recently siitt
W.A. Bell and grandson, Mich- Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Thorntonand ding anniversary. Mrs. Van Allen Rochelle Goodman, a former completed eight weeps of basic A GOING ON
ael, of Baldwin.Mr. family Jacksonville were Is the former Vivian Garcia student of the Bradford Middle Infantry training at Fort..lack1
of Kingsley Lake. Mr. Van school, has been selected the son, S.C. ,
and Mrs. Robert Barks- weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. Allen Is the son of Mrs. Bar- Most Outstanding English student -
dale had as Sunday guests, Lamar Shaw at Kingsley Lake. bara Coututler of Eau Gallic in English at the PalatKa .

Mrs. C.G. Barksdale of Hampton and the late Dr. William n, Middle School r- THRU THE
Rev. and Mrs. J.G Spurrierhave
Lake, J.W. Home and Mr. Van Allen. Hochelle is the daughter of
returned to their homeIn
and Mrs. Bill Home of Hampton Mr. and Mrs Ronald V. Good-
,, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mur- Hamer, S.C. after ten days Mr. and Mrs John Deas and man of East Palatka. _
ray of St. George, S.C.. Mr. visit with Mr. and Mrs. Roland daughter Martha, of Lake City Rochelle also won tophoriors
and Mrs. Richard Williams and Henderson. visited Mrs. Deas'parents,Mr. In an essay contest sponsoredby
family of New Port Richey, and Mrs. EW Hayes, last the I'utnnm County Library MONTHOF
Mr. and Mrs. John
Thursday evening on Mr.Hayes The
Mr. and Mrs. James P. O'- Development Council a- ,
of Sanford and Mr.
Brian of Fort Walton and Dr. family 87th birthday ward was a $50,00 savings bond
and Mrs Mike O'Brian of Sav- I IY
and Mrs. J.C. McAlvany and which was provided by Palatk
Gainesville. annah, Ga. were Sunday guestsof Mrs. L.W. Strickland of Wildwood Atlantic National Bank. w w
family t
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saw- is spending two weeks Fourteen-Year Rochelll
yer. Joan Whelchel remained with her son-in-law and daugh- hei
Frank Williams will return stated that books "Inspire
Saturday after attending the U. with the Sawyers for the week. ter, Mr. and Mrs C.C. Clay In everything she does."

S. Civil Defense Staff CollegeIn ton and Mrs WH Hart and Rochelle has been an "A"
Battle Creek Mich,for three Harry Gllllard, H.L. Inghamand family. student throughout the year.
J.W, Ingham of Jacksonville -
: r
weeks. were Tuesday visitors of Mrs. Kate Sheppard was visIting :4ihJo We Thank 1''; ray,
Mr. and Mrs. Tullle Norman.
J.L. Gentry underwent sur- Mrs. WC. Hollingswoith Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green
Alachua Gen and family In Fort White last r ,
Monday Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Green Jr.,
Mrs. H.M. Rlcharde was In
.eral Albany, Ga. Wednesday to Saturday week. and Mrs. W.H.\ Green were 4 You For Five
Mrs. W.B. attendedthe In Miami last Wednesday and
visiting Lt and Mrs. II.
Mrs. Philip Jacobs of St.
funeral of Bud Underbill M. Rlcharde Jr. and family. Thursday attending the State Great Years!
was the weekend
In Fort Meade Monday. She brought back her grand- Bar Association dinner at the eph Gunter i
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Brian Doral Country Club where Lex Baldwin 5 Years In Starke
daughter, Kathy, for a week'svisitt.
Hamilton and Miss Lillian
Danny Ricks returned Mon Stump. Green received a 50 year a- Honored At SupperJoseph A
day of last week from the Baptist ward.

Hospital In Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. George Morrison Mrs. Louise Rhodes and Mr. Gunter, a 1971 BIIS We Have Plenty Of New 1971 ChevroletCars
Ala. where he had been confined Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mor- and Lt. Freeman Register m,who graduate, was honored at a A
Mrs. Luther Rhodes and
since May IS: with Injuries rison Mr. and Mrs. Rupert ias spent the past 8 monthsIn graduation supper on Satur4
Ricky, of Miami Wed & Trucks And Access (
received In an automobile Morrison and Mr. and Mrs. son.nesday and Thursday are Vietnam,has been discharged day, June 19, at the home of [ To Many Many Morel

accident. Virgil Morrison and their i Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hayes.guestsof after three years' service and his parents, Mr and Mrs. Willis -
children of Leesburg spent Fa- arrived home Wednesday. Mrs. Gunter, at 7:30: o'clock.
ther's Day with Mr. and Mrs. Register HI of Athens, Ala. The dining table was covered
admittances to Brad-
Henry Morrison and also cele- Local joined her husband here where with a white lace cloth, and MTERNATIONAl
brated Ralph's /ord County; Hospital this week they will make their home. was centered with an arrange-
nclude Mrs. Sandra West and
ment of summer flowers. Approximately
1rs. Willie Southerland, Lake .
Mr. and Mrs. John Myers Butler; Mrs. Mary Blrt,Ilamp- Mr. and Mrs. Don Harden 35 guests atten- & TRACTORS
ded the
visited Mr. Myers' brothert on; Lester Sheets and Ira Corey brook and sons visited Mr. party
Vacuum Cleaners In-law and sister, Mr.and Mrs. Keystone Heights;Kelly Moan :!ar enbrook's mother, Mrs. Lw WtM.
Paul Dolembo In Valparaiso i-ssle; Hardenbrook In Jacksonville
Melrose Mrs. Barbara -
; ...
nisi'" nine me N
Ind last week. (Chandler; Penney Farms; RIcky Sunday.Mr. Robert J, Thornton, son of .NI.I!
Sales : Lamar Taylor, Maxville; Mr. and Mrs. Elbert E, Thorn- war' r...., we st 11II.
Mrs. Lonnie Harley spent the j:.J, Dewing Clifford Browning and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe ton of Kingsley Lake, Is on CiClD dOW N ti:i;
& weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Al Mrs. Ruby Lee Lewis, and family of Sanford spent the the Dean's list at fSU for the CUTLASS SPECLUI 1 'cemerrtme' meeectl"
Harley and family at Merritt weekend with Mr. and Mrs,Robert last Q.
rfrs. Ida L. Jones, Francis quarter with a 4,0 aver- Nreq ca.s "n
Island. (: Conner Emmett O. Elder Green. age In 16 hours of work If VI", ar/.11.11.
ServiceCALL i. L' .1,1, II NP sranwk. er. 1M r un r
(:01, TT Long, Darrell W. special education.Mr. .N..4 't.P.ur cru"awr
Mrs. Mae Jones and grandj lall, Drew Reddish, and Mrs. Dr. W.H. Green of Arling -rq"
son Mike of Jacksonville were t Carrie; Jackson Starke. ton Va., who had attended a and Mrs. Sidney John- $3197 nHPCNCr.hx"e..r115M mMII
Sunday visitors of Mrs. W.E. Science Symposium In Colum-
.. son of Atlanta were Saturdayand
964.7596 964-5359
Mlddleton. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas bus, Ohio last week, spent the Sunday guests of Mr. and Oatr Oat) aVAIUllE HP C.. Cairo-.lei It IINM
WeDoOurChmFinancing visited Mr. and Mrs. J. weekend with l his parents, Mr. Mrs. Carl Hurst. Mr. and Mrs. 11 HP to C-4Z"lJIl. III'' M

Mrs. Ralph Alvarez of Boynl W l McNeely and family In Lake- and Mrs. Lex Green, and wife, Colon Williams, Miss Edith H KMTH uwc rauuiciM MILAIU
ton Beach was last Thursday ]land several days last weekend who has been visiting the Greensfor Williams and Mrs. Lorena Shi- sin b."I Dm .,. M tat*MM
Easy Twrru guest of Mrs. T.B. Harding Sr. ( also spent several days at a week. They were Joinedon vers orCordele,Ga were weekend -
and friends. heir camp In the Scrub. Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. R, guests of Mr. and Mrs.
A, Green Jr. and family of E.D. Tenly Sr. They all attended -

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Julia Ann Walters of Trentonto
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kushel Ed Ripllnger of Starke and
YourDELPFIIEEZE of Jacksonville spent several Lake Butler In Trenton Satur-
days last week with Mr. and day afternoon.
Mrs. Curtis Sanders at the r ---- I --

Green cottage on Kings le'y Lake. Miss Beth Bussey of Belle
Glade will be the BOOst next 1970 FORD FAIRLANE2Door 1967 DODGE POLARA

Rev. and Mrs John Flynn week of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
will returned Thursday after Chasteen and daughter, Connie Hardtop, Factory Alf Cond.,

two weeks camping trip In the at the State Farm. V-8, Auto. Trans., I'ower Steering 4-Ir. Sedan. Power Steering Power

Smoky Mountains and Virginia. Power Brakes, ONE OWNER 31.000 Urakes, Air Cond., New Tire: Very
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy New- Actual Miles. Still Under Factory: Clean.
Mrs. L.D. Vbdng spent last man and family of Fort Lau-
Is Our Business! week with Mr. and Mrs. JW. derdale spent the weekend with Warranty.
I Timmerman and Mr. and Mrs. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. PRICE PRICE
SALE $2,695.00 SALE $1,395.00
Charlie Wiggins In Stockton Roy Clemona and Mr. and Mrs.

Ga. Albert Newman. .

Mrs. Eve Baldwin returned Among those from out-of- 1971 Chevy Caprice Coupe
1967 Ton
Chevy /a PickupOnly
Wednesday of last week aftera town attending the funeral of
two weeks visit with Mr. Mrs Etta Brownlee on June V-8, Auto Trans., Power Brakes,
and Mrs. W.G.Godwin In Cleveland 14 were Dr. and Mrs. M.C. Power Steering, Radio, Heater, Fac One Left. New Paint, Good

W Slaughter Chill Ohio. They all attendedthe Stith of Arlington Va., Mr. tory Air Cond., Dark Green; Color tires, and a new 6-cyl. Eng. There
graduation of Lt J.B. God- and Mrs Hugh L. Brownlee With Dark Green Vinyl Top. lots of miles left in this! one.
win from West Point on June 9. of New Orleans, Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Johnson of St. Marys SALF. PRICE 3995.00 Sale Price $1,195.00
Cut And Mr. and Mrs. GS. Brown Ga., Mr and Mrs T.N. Llm-
WrapCONTRARY and Mrs. Charles Darby are bough of Auburndale, Mr. and
attending the County Clerk's Mrs Ted Duncan and Mr. and 1968 CAPRICE WAGON
convention at Miami Beach Mrs. Milton Brownlee of
1969 Old 98 4-Dr. H. T.
Wednesday to Saturday. Gainesville Air Ctmd. Power
Dr. and Mrs.Clifford Radio, Heater ) ,
BUtch of Tallahassee,Mrs. Steering Power Brakes New WSW
One Word Sums It Up (LOADED)
Miss Patty Rosier spent the Louis Lkineman of Boston,
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mass., Mr. and Mrs Brog- Tires This wagon is ready for that Very Clean and Ready To Go.

Mark \Hamilton In Tampa She don of Ormond Beach, and Mr. summer vacation trip anywhere.
took her niece, Janice Hamilton and Mrs. Robert Nlhoul of Man SALE PRICE 3195.00
TO RUMORS THAT HAVE BEEN CIRCULATED IN THIS home after Janice's two darin.AE1. Sale Price $2,495.00


INTEND TO STAY. WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE 4'% DAYS A WEEK parents Hamilton., Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod and family and Mrs.are B.J.spending Mills two Jr. 1968 Chevy Biscayne 2Dr. 1970 Chevy II Nova Coupe

(CLOSED ALL DAY THURSDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON). Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy and weeks Mrs.with Roy her Clemons parents,,after Mr. 6cyl.. Power Guide Trans Power Vinyl lop. Radio Heater, Ext Decor

visited their daughter Miss spending the past two years Steering Radio, Heater. Very clean "&kg., New tires and Rally wheels.
Jayne Hardy, In Atlanta over In Taiwan. After their leave car and in good shape all over. SHARP SHARP SHARP SHARP
the weekend. They all attended they will go to Brunswick, Ga.
the Hardy-Wiggins weddingIn for further duty. Sale Price $1,295.00 Sale Price $2,195.00
Macon Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
e. .. .. -

We and Mrs. RA. Colson Salt of Mcyfb AppreciateYour spent Monday to Wednesday in 04 the ecology;; movemffU BOAT BOAT BOAT *

Kings Mountain,, N.C They Bread. The bicycle, does not Speed Boat With 50 II.P. Mercury w t '
brought home Mrs. FF Flume fpoKutttjunittt U i Ie field ac Engine, and Trailer. We're Not In
who had spent the past three countableor: the milkthakt
Business The Boat Business So You Can Save yr
months there container and! candy wrap
BIG On This One!
ducorded! 'in U* wake.
Mrs. James Blackshear visited IG
Mrs. TR Blackshear In
Television not educational? _____ _
the Baptist Hospital, Montgomery -
The generation that uton
Ala. last Tuesday to Sun- "Howdy Doody" Is called

day. UM brightest! in our history.TKIs' .

Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Colson III

returned last Thursday after : BRADFORD
a month's visit with their son-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Wilbur Waters,and daughter Published every ThurwlayI
Dianne, In \lawall.Mr. .
138 W. Call Street

and Mrs. W.T. JacksonSr. SUrke. Florida 12091Second

., Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jack-
son and Mr. and Mrs. Tom class postage paid
H HPhone Jackson and their children spent al Starke. FloridaSahacrlptlon U.S. 301 North Phen* 964-7500

H Father's Day at the Jackson
cottage on Spring Lake. ,
la trade ana: $5.00 per

year; ".n six moaUw.

964.7059 Starke. Fla. City Murry at the McRae College Is In for Mexico the Outside trade area! $5.50per "Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"

Crusade for Christ" for five year; $3.00 ilx month


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2 TMnclads BHS ThincladsRun

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Sign Grants 4;, '.,.... .., ,'.':
,; ; Marathon Relay
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,'I" TMnclads from BHS and the The middle school team of
John Douglas and Buddy Paterson before and a first In this area." middle school participated In a Mike McRae Larry Paterson,
the two tncksters who Best average among the teams completely new' challenge James Hammond, Sheldon
keyed one of BlIS's most successful Thursday and Friday- 24 Hodge, Donald Hodges, CarlFlunk
Peterson at 5:49per
was Buddy :
track and Brown,
cross-coun Dean
mile closely followed by f hour team relay. ger,
try seasons, signed college rence VanSyckle, Dale Haas,
track scholarships Wednesday Donnle Burch at 5:50: per mile. 1 "A* far as 'can be established and Carl Hamm totaled 188
night; June 16. : from Track and Field miles 310 yards with Dale Haas
i 4 ti 6 ii ..d"h News and the National Track the final runner at the end of
John Douglas, the son of Mr. football ; ,," ,. and Field Federation, no other
I the 24th
and Mrs. F.L. Douglas of junior high or middle school
Brooker, signed his scholarship has ever run one before."Coach The high school team of Bud-
with the University; of Preview r I George Loper ..*td. dy Paterson, Richard Fill,Don-
North Carolina. rile Burch, Tim Murphey Mark
j The goal Is to run as many Hodges. Holland Corbett
Douglas Is the co-holder of +' miles relay fashion, as possible Paul
4i' Charles Cowart, Parsons
(Editor's Note: Due to a lack
the conference 100 yard dash In a 24 hour period. Each Herbert VanSyckel, and David
record In 9.8, the BIIS 100 of space last week we were / member runs a mile each time totaled 212-1/2 miles
: Roberta
unable to .use the complete article ; 1r
record holder In 9.7, the 330
previewing the 1971-72 BBS he runs. There are 10 members and 330 yards.
In 3S.5 and has run a 20.8 to a team.
anchor split In the 880 relay football tearq. Remainder of "This was an extremely exhausting -
He also anchored the 880 the story II below.) \ i "It Is fai. more difficult and challenging ordeal
relay team this to /\j. ; ,'..... than a straight 26 mile marathon testing expeclally the endurance
year a new ,.'C, ,; '
school record of 1.30.4 and Jackie Marr, a Junior halfback ,,, ," d.'H.; \ .,>''.'. '. : : : since you average aboutan stamina, and strength of
has run the 330 leg of the Is a hard worker who ": j. ". : : hour rest period before you the boys," Loper said. "I J feel
Sprint Medley relay team to needs experience and will benefit !;j\\.R1;\\ ; : < "- run again yet you can't rest In general though, that they
a new record of 2:00.4.: greatly from the weight ". .. completely and you must stay feel as I do.Televiied.
progranl this summer Coach / almost-the entire time," .
Douglas has been AllConference ,, ,.' awake e .
for two years, a team Hurse says.Byron .. Loper said. basketball Is like
captain and most valuable Flowers, a Junior out .. .. "On the high school side, methadone for the football ad
trackman for two years. for football for the first time, we are"tho fifth prop teamto dict. Not a cure, but a lubitltute. -
has good speed and could do It. .
Buddy Patereon, son of Mr. play
and Mrs. Robert Paterson of defensive safety.; He has the
Starke his quickness combined with speed
scholarshipwith '
Brevard College. Buddy that makes an outstanding defensive Buddy Paterson (left) and John Douglas (right) sign' track scholarship as parents and coach look on.
also has a proven record In ball player. Coach
cross country. He has beena Hurse says.Quarterback.
member of two District run- Is another position receivers on the squad.
ner up champions and was All. manned now by two players Strickland, however, re-In- Cheerleaders At BHS
Region and AII- tate In 1970. Inexperienced In varsity; jured a knee first hurt last SuperSpecial
lie holds the BUS record for competition. But Coach Nurse year and was under the sur-
2 miles In 10:23: and 2-1/2 tabs Juniors Steve Strickland geon's knife last week. He Is This year the students at Bright, and Donna Prevatt.
miles In 12:15.: Buddy also holds and Eddie Hazen as winners expected to be ready to go by Bradford High chose cheerleaders From district 2 the varsity; J.V.Becky Selmer and Stella Costello -
the school record In track for and team leaders the time practice starts this for the 71-72 school year cheerleaders will be Cayle] Hat will be representing dis-
2 miles in 10:23: and 3 milesIn fall.Hazen In a new method. cher. The J.V. cheerleader la trict
"We're 5 on the varsity squad
15:21: has an excellent 2-: fortunate to have two showed! much improve- The county; was divided Into Karen Reddish. Gerl Tucker and
02.4 In the 880 and anchoredthe fine boys such as this. In whom ment In the spring. Ills passing districts with the girls competing Regina Rack-
Terrie Mc-
Stone and
Toni will be
ley the
on Junior
not only the coaches, but play]
2 mile relay team to a new improved tremendously and he only In their own district Neal will be the varsity cheer-
BUS record of Paterson ers, too, have great confidence threw five TD In sity.From
8:24.5. passes and being elected by only leaders from district 3. Nlta district 6 Rose McRae
was the captain of the says.Both the last two scrimmage games. students from their district.
Floyd will be the J.V. cheer- will be on the varsity and Ter-
Cross-Country team inNs senior Both quarterbacks are the The girls first auditioned for
have the potential to leader from the district. ry and Debbie Kite on JV.
year and was also voted be fine quarterbacks, Hurse type; of boy who will be at the the student body and then the From district 4 Joyce Meng Varsity cheerleader from
the Most Valuable Runner. says. Strickland could also be field house for weight work this students In each district elec- and Sandee Youngblood will be district 7 will be Connie Chas-
Coach Nurse
"They have accomplished an outstanding defensive safe Both know need work says. ted the cheerleaders representing on the varsity squad. Kim hedges teen. On the JV will be Sue
something very few have done ty and Is one of the best pass their passing they, which was not on Varsity his own cheerleaders district. from and Cathy Conway will be Fill.

stressed heavily spring practice district 1 are Leona McClendon, o
because coaches wanted Elaine Sherman, and Sherrill

SECRETARY WANTEDFOR to get the running game down Austin. Junior the varsity district cheer- EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY @ffi@ ';1 .1, @
pat.The leaders from : are tI'1; [ID
Tornadoes will have s Zimmer Hamilton, nnbra
definite Coach
very pass threat BTU'sS:

GENERAL OFFICE WORK fine Nurse receivers says, with and at with least Hazen four, plus there Is also Wright, Hen- William's JewelryAND 24,000.........'_... __ ____ _..___ 18i000btM.s

especially, since he's healthy ry, iambus, and Tetstone to

Some Typing, Some Telephone Soliciting. this summer passer., becoming an accomplished catch"How the much ball. we work this Discount Prices Plus Service

Another reason for a more summer will have a great dealto rmoomm% World's Largest Selling Air Conditioner.
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PERMANENT RESIDENT PREFERRED be the highly explosive back- be this fall," says Coach Gem's JewelryWILL We Do Our Own Financing
field, a running threat no team Hurse.
will be able to Ignore. "If our boys report in good Winkler Electric I..c.
to fall practice, I .
Flynn should become the same condition BE CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY .,......
CALL 964-5745 think we'll be In for a fine .,:."..... "
type receiver as Tim Murphey, "


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i'.0,, ,' ChargesHit

Starke June Invitational JIL ,

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fi 7
Knocking off all challengers, ,,, x ,
the Alachua All-Stars emerged< losers bracket by the decisive their starting shortstopwasen- li One person pled guilty and
as undefeated champions of the score of 17-7, rapping ou 21 route to Startle to participate The Jacksonville team totalling 1 i ik seven Innocent at plea day In
eight team Invitational Tourna base hits enroute to the victory >In the game scheduled for Sat- runner-up honors did a good .d County; Court to charges resulting -
ment. while holding William Job, especially when considering Y A from State Beverage
urday night at 9:30: p.m. when r N r t.
Jewelry-Community; Bank to 12 he was Involved In an automobile they lost their opening k Department raids on June II. ,
Alachua chalked-uP win number hits. Alachua Jumped out to a accident which took Mslife. game and came back throughthe ', 'R According to Inspector Brown '.
one) over the same oppo- 10-1 lead before the Starke boys losers bracket to gain the of the State Beverage Department -
nent they met In the plated six finals. Kayburn said Their final -
finals, runs In the fifth. Alachua had bail the raids resulted froma
whipping( the Garbage Collectors Joe Robinson played good three games were played> >nthe
was 1hreeforthree search warrant Issued after
before tragedy occuredand
.Jacksonville 13-10. while Eric this hot afternoon and wr played
The Tomllnson, Intensive undercover Investigation
after the team made Its decisionto
back to
outhlt Jacksonville Ira SUdham, and John Neely continue play >In the tourney and after an undercover agent -
"R-8: and were led bv John were three-tor-Iwr. they seemed to play.. Inspired After losing to Alachua In / YN' tl reportedly made purchaseof
Neoly's three-for-four. Rlckle Alachua won their fourth and and determined ball as though their opener, Jacksonville G.C. alcoholic beverages from
Keene hit an Inside the park final game in the championship each player took It upon himself defeated Hurst-TerwUlegar of each of the establishments.
home run with a runner on game by edging a tired but to It all" for Rlckle. Starke 10-2, Harry's Curb Mar Tire raids numbering seven
>In. the sixth which proved> to game Jacksonville team, 3-2. Rec. Dir Gene Rayburn, In ket of'St. Augustine 12-3:, in all, netted one small moonshine -
provide> the margin of victory. Jacksonville scored It's two presenting the trophies, paid Gainesville Moose 13-10, Williams .. still !In addition to a
runs In the second Inning and tribute to Rlckle and to his JewelryCommunityBank ---- small quantity of untaxed alcoholic -
Alachua next met and sent to led the game until the fifth team and dedicated the tourna of Starke 10-9, and then beverages
the losers bracket Gainesville Alachaua All-Sters wee the champion of' the Jim Invitational Softball Tourney.nlty .
when ment to the lost to Alachua 3-2.
Frankie Tomllnson's of Richie
two memory The still was found In the
Red Lion
by the score of 9-4.
run home run won the game. Keene. Williams JewelryCommuS. home of David James !in the
The All-Stars outhlt
ville 12-8 being led by Gaines Frankie Each team had nine hits, the tourney.Rank took'Hie third Starke place In defeated Macclenny 2S-20, aixJ Ing to Alachua 17-7, and Jack !Peachville section of I-awtey
but team
two of the All-Stars SI.
Tomllnson's three-for-three were Augustine 12-5 before los- sonville 109.Gainesville. and was reported small In capacity -
Gene Curls' two-for-two and over the fence which was the ; Moose finished by the Bradford County
Cecil Benton's two -Cor- 1ree difference. Cecil Bento n was fourth losing 1o St. Augustlno Sheriffs Department.
at the plate. three-tor home run-,Ihree while Mike Including McClnnls -a Discount Tops BPOESouthern To Take Bantam Lead and Jacksonville and and defeating At plea day, James pleadednot
Macclenny Gainesville ned
Alachua was now one game was twofortwo.The guilty to the charges of
away from becoming the winner Lion. possession of more than one
of Alachua team did a remarkable Discount has "We feel the tournament gallon of moonshine whiskeyand
the winner's bracket taken following boys collecting hits: league's cellar dwellers and SCIIEDULi-: The regular was
with Starke's Williams Jewel- Job because hardly the lead !In Bantam Baseball WInkler, Curtis, Jockel, and for the first Ume this schedule of games will end a big success. While there were with the possession of a
ry-Community; Bank, also undefeated anyone outside themselves felt play by meeting and defeating William Muse. David Gaines the Police have won back year to this week. However, there remains no "powerhouses" In the' tourney moonshine still
!In two they had a chance to win the the previous leaders B.P.O.E. it was an enjoyable one and
games, sharing had the losers only base hit back games so you can Ima Ule possibility of the James Is now awaiting his
the bracket. tourney before It began and to Going Into the game the two gine the of all the teams felt they had a preliminary hearing.
happiness those hetweenRYOl
worsen conditions a tragedy teams had Identical 7-4 records 1 he win was a very big one the make-up game chance to win It,"Itaj burn con -
The All-Stars boys. .; and Soutliern 1JIscount.louble Earl DeSue, arrested In Friday
proceeded to happened during the course of and the two teams tor the Discount team as the cluded. -
send the Starke really put> header scheduled for rUb 11t's raids, pled guiltyto
team to the Rlckle game schedule Is drawing to a
the tournament. Keene battle for
on a the
Discount league supremacy climax. Each of these two teams ItESL'LTS MONDAY) JUNE 21 Friday, June 256:30: p.m., two charges of selling Intoxicating -
opened the have two scheduled games to SOUTHERN DISCOUNT 7 Snithern' Discount vs Coke; 8 A sports nithuiijst{ says the beverages In a dry
scoring by plating two runs However also havea POLICE 2 p.m., Police vs! HPOE.'I :. decline. and fall of the Roman county with Intent to sell, and
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ In Ing the and top after of B.P.O.E.the second scored inn- rained out game against each the league's first place team I uesday, June 295 p.m., Empire: ocUrredKonu.e: \ to maintaining: a place for sale
other. If both teams win their and the league's last Dlace team Southern \Discount vs R POE('l o didn't put a dome on theCol.eunl.
In the bottom ( $.. 8))
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second *
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Southern held a 2-1 lead
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tom of the third. Discount evened out. finally! came through to win he( Bradford-Union Area Vocational-Technical: Training Center
the score between the two game 7-2 and solidify their
teams In the top of the fifth POLICE 8 hold on first place.
without benefit of a base hit, COKES The underdog Police team 6C9 r i.:. Orange St., Starke, Fta.
and the score was 3-3. On Wednesday, June 16, the drew first blood by scoring
Getting Sluggish? Southern plated the winning Police Department team final two runs In the bottom of the
run In the top of the sixth when ly achieved a feat they had second. Southern plated! a single
Randall Curtis led off with a been unable to do In four pre- tally In the top of tin- third,
single advanced on Wade W Wi- vious gamer claim a victory to trail by only ono run, and MOW OFFERING HEAVY EQUIPI'.KNT: :; MECHANICS: TRAINING; I:?: ALL'
ler's base hit and then scored over the league's third place then scored the tying run !In PHASES OF REPAIR, TROUBLE: SHOOTING: AND: FIlL! SERVICING.

after the catch of a fly ball by team, Coca Cola. although the\ bottom both of teams the fifth had and CLASS; STARTS JULY 5 1971 ilASIC COtKSE 16 1.:rrKS: TUITIO::
Jeff Jockel. The winners out- The win was only number
m'W'R ''QE hit BPOE1 and had the four tor the season for the eral scoring opportunities neltliet $100.00 DEMAND FOR H. E. :MECHANICS IN FLA. ,'.HI 1 A TXCEKDSSUPPLY. : :
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Mr. & Mrs. J.D. Odom, Jr. Woodburn's Gem Jewelry George Roberts Insurance .Mr. & "Mrs; Paul C. Hutchins,
Mr. & Mrs. Bobby L. Taylor Eagle DeVane's and Real Estate Becky, Karen & Paul, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Mac Baldwin Bradford County Telegraph Nancy's Florist B.H.S. FacultyBradfordUnion
Kentucky Fried Chicken Terwillegar Motors Goodman's Service Sta. Cattlemen'sMr.
& Mrs. J.M. Edwards, Jr. George H. Pierce Charley E. Johns Agcy., Inc. Association
Gilbert S. Brown J.R. Kelly Dr. & Mrs. H.G. Bellinger Kenneth Fuquay, Police Chief
Garden Restaurant Mr. & "Mrs. Thos. L. Casey, Jr. i Koch's Drug Store Suwannee Store
J.E. Hardy Auto Sales Mr. & Mrs. Charles Francis Dr. & Mrs. Harry Gruen Andrews Drugs
Mr. & Mrs. Bill Edwards Mr. & Mrs. M.A. Payne ,.', Plaza Barber Shop Hurst's Shell Service
Dampier Enterprises, Inc. Martha Sue McCain \ Slade Gas Co. 1st Federal Savings & Loan
Mr. & Mrs. Foster Shi Smith Mr. & Mrs. Dewey McKinney Eddie's 66 Service Association of Starke
Community State Bank Coach David Nurse Denmark Furniture Co. Jackson Building Supplies
Mr. & Mrs. Billy Dampier Sears Authorized Merchant Mr. & Mrs. Geo. W. Brown Mr. & Mrs. Connie Clark
Dr.& Mrs R.S. Mulllns Danny's Photography' Mr. & Mrs. Norman Wilcox r Mr. & Mrs. C.C. Anderson
Williams Jewelry ,;: Bradford County Farm Bureau '. Winkler Electric Mr. & Mrs. Bill Costello
Dowlinf Produce Market ;.; Container. Corp..of America :- \ Western Auto Mr. & Mrs. Ted Oglesby
Florida Bank at Stark H, Doyle Conner Insurance '. '" Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Gaskins Mr. Warney Adkinson
Starke-Bradford County ; Mr. & Mrs. Dolph Reddish Bradford Co. Fair Assn. Mr. Carl Clark
Chamber of Commerce Karen, Greg, & Chunky Starke Builders Supplies, Inc. Mr. & Mrs Curtis Marlowe
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IndependentsTop It's a woman's
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Men's "'.'rn'."'<.:.":<<''":_:.h.,.;,.:'.:.'...:.:,_::.;.,-.,-:::::,:::_.: :::::::::: :: ::::r:. '.:
Play Io.A PICKLE :::
USING:; FLORIDA CUCUMBERSA f cucumbers 4 servings (about SWEET CUCUMBER
sliced cucumbers r
1/2 gallon
crisp fresh cucumber is 3 ounces sliced, peeled raw). cut l/2-lnch thick; 1 gal- ,.
delightful In taste and pleasingIn Keep cucumbers moderatelycold Ion white vinegar, 8 cups sugar '
For First TimeThe texture. It can be served 45-50 degrees. When they 1/2 cup pure salt. 3 :r:
combined In salad
alone, a or are stored at a temperatureof tablespoons mixed picklingspice
used as a garnish for meator less than 40, they will suffer -
Starke Independent have three losses. vegetables. Cooked cucum- Injury from chilling. Small I cup builder's slacked)
been either tied for first placeor Cunningham, the visiting ber tastes very much like sum dark spots that are soft and lime, 2 gallons water.
Just out of tint the entire team, went to bat and promp- mer squash. Those seeking watery develop as a result of of
second half of Men't Leo ue menu variation will enjoy this Dissolve lime in 2 gallons
tly plated three runs with the d chilling either in the field or water. Put sliced cucumbersinto
play. aid of four hits and an error. delicacy. In storage.
Following the results of the Cucumbers are popular because lime solution for 24 hours. .
Independents, likewise, plated'Ittree Fresh cucumbers are a favorite ;
games of last week the inde- runs In the first Inning, they are low in calories.Six In green salads. Their Drain off lime water; add stand for ;.
and allow to
pendents now own sole posses- however, they needed only one slices of peeled raw cucumbers bland flavor and crisp texture water :
Ion of first place tot the first hit. a walk and an error to __ 1/8 Inch thick yields has also won them, a permanentspot 4 liours. Combine vinegar, sugar :'
salt and pickling spices. "
time. approximately 5 calories. They
do on relish trajs.
so. Heat to dissolve sugar, but do !:
Cunningham and Hurst-Ter- The Gulf team then took the tli also contain small amounts of Cucumbers may be sliced or boll. Remove sliced cucum- .:'
wlllegar are tied for second lead by scoring fou r timesIn I .. 'i several Important minerals and diced In many ways.Try slicing not bers from water, put Into vinegar ;;.'
place with won-lost recordsof the second off four hits .. .''UdB!J '\\I"' .i' ''W vitamins needed dally. Interestingly them lengthwise in thin sticks solution and simmer 2 '...
5-3.TVHUams Jewelry-Com and after two innings Inde- enough, the vitamin con- like Icicles. I Leaving peel on Pack Into standard pint .
munity; Bank are just behind pendents trailed 74. The third Gold Honor Award coeds J from Bradford High School. tent remains quite stable adds color and Interest. canning hours. jars. Adjust lids.Place .
wth a record of 3-3. Inning belonged to the Indepen- throughout the pickling process. Cucumber cups are easily In boiling water-bath can- "
One of the games Involving dents after the Guitars failed Chemical analyses of the nutrients shpned from large cucumbers. jars Be water comes an "
Williams-Community; and Cun- to score, the winners sent 10 PE ward Winners in Florida-grown cucumbers Peel, score and cut them Into ner.Inch or two sure above the Jar tops. '"
ningham Is still In question men to the plate and advancedsix show !that they compare 1-1/2 Inch slices. Hollow Count processing time when wa- .
since one Inning with Cunning of them over home base favorable with those grown out the center with a melon tcr returns to boiling. Boll ;:

ham leading 17-12 must still for a 9-7 lead.Cunningham. Twenty-eight; Bradford High Donna Norris, Linda Powell, Include Ulann Moore, Debbie elsewhere.How/ Much To Buy 1/4 bushel ball cutter. I III with a slurrIng gently and steadily for 5 min- '..:
be played. Therefore, this then scored four coeds have received an Award Janice Stand), Patricia Myers, VIckery, Polly Young, Rita of cucumbers 14 of jour choice. utes. Remove Jars, set upright
could change the standings sincea in the fourth to take an 11-9 Carol and Kelly Rich carton Select small fresh cucumbersfor
of Excellence from the com- Darley, Ura\le, Debbie Dyal. Robin I lug cucumbers 28- several Inches apart and cool.
tied pounds. pickles. These make firm
win for Cunningham and a lead before Independents missioner of education. ards. Eler, 1 Leona McClcndon, .ludj Please call 964-6554 or dropa
32 1 bushel pickling
loss for Williams-Community It In the same inning. Neither Bronze merit award winners pounds. crunchy pickles \Jthou h few Bulletin
; and Carol card to Box 267 for -
Is Included In the above. could score In the fifth but t: This award Is given in recognition Young Stephens. cumbers ((3-6 Inches) 20- people cook cucumbers, this 92, "Making Pickles And .....
In the sixth the winners pla- of commendable scho- 24 quarts of pickles. 1 pound can be done successful Relishes At lIome." .:
TUESDAY. JUNE 1SCUNNINGFIAM fed four more far A game win... Iastic and physical achlevement -- --- -, - -:b.
17WILLIAMSCOMMUNITY" ring; total iis- -' ;; lie(; display oirihy .-_ee __ee w_. .eeeee .. ..e .e .ee ..e .e .eeee. eeeeeee. .. ;:
12 The Cutters scored once in conduct and the demonstration
This game was erroneoulsy the top of the seventh on Claude of desirable leadership quali- o ?*
called because of the time limit Hardee's home run. ties. .
and the score Cunningham The Gulf team ouhlt the win-
'17, Williams-Community: ; 12. ners 18-15 belrut paced by Cliff To win this award, the girls : Join The Carrier ;;
The Jewelry-Bank team'Itlll GrUfls' three-for-three while had to compete In a state wide Comfort Parade :
has three outs coming to them Wayne Sapp, Gene Melvin and contest. Those who scored 85
before the game Is officially Hardee were three-for-four. per cent or better received .
over. This Inning will be playedthe Walt Edmondson was three- the gold award of excellence.The e ;:
next time these two teams for-four to pace the winners, silver award of excellencewere :t:
meet which Is scheduled for while five others had two hits. given to girls who scored
70 per cent or better. Those .
Tuesday, July 6.
IIURST-TERWILLEGAR who scored 50 cent or ,14 f
16 per .
Both teams In this game hit e < :
FIRST BAPTIST 3HurstTerwlllegar better received the bronze a-
the ball well and scored quitea :
few runs. The Gulf team won game ward of merit. 0 .
In number five by rolling 16-3 0 S..
scored eight the first two
Honor award winners from
over First Baptist in five in- rcc
to lead 8-3.
Innings They lead Bradford High include Matilda e'
11-7 after three, 14-8 after tour nings.
Beck, Money Watson, Susan .
The Hurst-Terwlllegar team 0
16-11 after five and when the
game was thought to be over- rapped 17 base hits and their da Contois Haas., Gloria Crews,and Lin- i I 0

after six they led 17-12. big Inning came In Inning num-
Th Gulf team collected 19 ber three when they collected Silver award winners were e
hits and was paced by Mack 12 of their total hits and 11 Joy Andrews, Darlene Hobbs, :
Robinson's three-for-three. of their runs. Thomas =:'
Cindy Mitchell, Debbie .
Jim Duncan was three-for- Mark Graudons was three- Anderson
Teri Woods. Vicky -
four and Claude lIardee hit one for-three, Rabble Smith two- Lavon Bass, Vicky Henry, S e
out of the park.Williams for-two. John Allen had two of .
Jewelry Community the Church team's eight hits. ii Se
; Bank had only two hits .
less than the Gulf team and STANDINGS: Independents 5- I .
were led by the four-for-four 2, Cunningham 5-3, Hurst-Ter- e -:.
performance of David Bennett wlllegar 5-3, Williams-Com '
which Included two home runs. munity; 3-3, Andrews 2-4,First .

Wayne four. Harper was three-for- Baptist 16.SCHEDULE. S

Big question now Is will It : S
end with the Gulf team still Thursday, June 24-7:30p.m.: e ,
ahead or can WillIams-Com- Andrews vs Cunningham; 9
munity; come up with the need- p.m., Willlams-Communlly; vs Ask I .
ed five runs to tie, and six to First Baptist. .::
to ahead. The Gulf will have Sunday, June 271:45: p.m., Charley t
another turn at bat if they Independents vs Andrews :
need It. "We'll know come Drugs; 3.15: p.m., Williams- E. i
July 6 stay tuned In." saysRec Community; vs Hurst-Terwll- i

Director Gene Rayburn. legar.Tuesday, June 297:30: p.m., JohnaAbout Total Central Heating And Air Conditioning -

HURST TEnWILLEGAR 14 First Baptist vs Cunningham;

ANDREWS 3 9 p.m.Independents., WilliamsCommunityvs ; This", Question: : INCLUDES UP TO 7 OUTLETS 1 RETURN 80,000 BTU $
Hurst Shell-Terwlllegar Ford
had little difficulty; In dispos- ;"Our 50 year old home was e FURNACE 2 TON AIR CONDITIONER 1295
ing of Andrews Drugs 14-3 In Drill Team badly damaged by fire. It e :
five Innings.It will cost us $5500 to repair COMPLETE INCLUDING TAX .

took Hurst-Terwlllegar a To OrganizeAll the home our fire ._ :
while to break loose, leading
insurance is for $12.000 .
Andrews only 4-2 after three .
Innings. Then In the bottom girls Interested In beinga but the Insurance com pan'-
of the fourth HurstTerwillegar member of the 1971-72 Bradford allows onlv$3200 damnce, : Add :
On-2 Tons Of Air :
exploded for 10 runs and High School Drill Team, as the 'depreciated' vain,* o Conditioning To Your SystemS
had meet In the Chorus Room
the win. Hurst-Terwillegar please
of the burned out portion.Is .
14 and with six players gettingtwo Friday, June 25, at 10:30: a.m. :
hits each.THURSDAY. This will be a brief organi- It possible today to insure -
zational meeting. a home to 'full replacement S Carrie
JUNE 17 Membership In the drill team : value?" INSTALLED o :t
INDEPENDENTS 15 is open to girls in grades 9-12. $ .

The CUNNINGHAM Independents 12 by virtueof . Charley E. 6ft5
the win, moved into sole Doesn't major league baseball -

possession big win it was.of first place, anda time owe we \a pent something during spring the JOHNS AGENCY e For As Little A s,1-- !

It leaves the Independents as training learning the name of 131 So. Walnut St.
the only team with less than player we'll never heard of Phone !5)64-5070) .
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Repeating laatmct h'a crack Purvis E. Crlffls, Mary Mar $36 or 3 days In Jail after Jose Luis Benavtdes and Lon- Page 1))
down on offenders who Ignore lane Shaw, David A. Senders pleading guilty on the charge ale Barber both forfeited bond of Intoxicating beverages In a convention The bill should either be paidor
a summon to appear at plea Joel David Barnes, Willie of falling to yield rightofway on traffic charge dry count;)'. On each of these Alvarez last In an award given the first forgotten Tucker said, adding
day In County; Court, Judge James Denmark Thorolf Heln- at an Intersection. counts, Judge Yawn fined DeSue won Wednesday time, the Bradford Chapter Is the city will continue to
Theron Yawn vowed that he riche, Clyde Harry Fouraker, David Ralph Blzzle pled guilty In the afternoon session of $150, a total of$600. afternoon In the third. roundof the state winner of the BOAC provide the same service to
was going to put an end to Randall K. Page, Don Griffin, to the charge of unlawful court, Dorothy Helen Rlsby, In connection with a raid In balloting over Stephen Jackson Award- for Building Our American the school either way.
those people showing! such disrespect and Archie: James Baker each speed and was fined $51 or Fred Smith Llllle Long, Gary Starke, Levell Small pled not of the Gainesville FFA Communities This award At that point Hall said he's
to the court. pled guilty; and were fined$30 5 days In the county; Jail. Reddish, and Levell Small aU guilty; to the charges of maintaining Chapter. goes to the chapter judged to talked over the bill with city;
The Judge backed up Ma words or three days, In Jail for unlawful Anthony Perry received a pleaded not guilty to charges a place for the sale Nineteen Bradford Future have done the most to ImproveIts forces and thought It was fair,
with actions as he sentenced speed.David suspended sentence on a similar resulting from the Beverage of liquors In a county whereIt Farmers went to the conven home community. Some of or he'd have probably said so I
three such offenders$ to two }Honey Solomon was charge, while Marjorie Jean Dept raid June 11. Their case Is prohibited, the selling of lion, Mulchings said, and bent the Bradford Chapter's project before submitting the bill to I
days In the county Jail. fired $71 or 5 days In Jail McDonnell pled not guilty to Is now bound over to the County Intoxicating beverages In a dry all their effort to getting Al-] Include revamping the landscaping the school I
Tuesday's session of plea day for unlawful speed after plead the charge. Court docket. county, and with the possessionof vnroj elected at the old courthouse,
whittled a standing-room only ing guilty to the charge. Those failing to appear In Earl DeSue pleaded guilty; to alcoholic beverages In a "They Impressed me. These building cattle shuts and livestock KBBBDBa
courtroom: down to eighteen! cases Jerry Lorenzo Cummings, court on charges of unlawful four charges involving the sale dry county with Intent to sell. boys worked torthatroungman.' pens for the 1970 Brad
James Warren Nelson, Amanda .- speed were Herman Clayton How they ford County; Fair, and mowing
headed for the court: calendar of Intoxicating beverages In a His cases are now on the Hutchlns 301
Jean Wilder, and John Arthur James Edward Mil stated several cemeteries.
and three preliminary hear Robinson dry county.; DeSue was tined county; trial docket, awaiting
ings. Manning each pled guilty; ton, William P. Cousins MIchael $150 each count trial.In David Wainwright placed second -
on Judge
This showed a marked Increase to, the charge of unlawful speed Stephen Gllsson, James Yawn. another raid In Starke, Credentials taken to the state In the state In the Sea-
however, In eases headed and were fined $26 each or Lutrelle Medlock, Jan Maurice Gary Reddish was charged with convention ''by Alvarez Included board Coastline Railway's Forestry
for the court calendar. Last 3 days In the County Jail. pozln Burnas M. McIntosh, Judge Yawn also Issued a the selling of Intoxicating beverages his tour years of work In Contest. DRIVEINShow I
month there were only eight Three Juveniles were brought and Donald Mammon Stalvey, warrent for the arrest of Robert .- In a dry county, with poultry and livestock Ms specialty. The Bradford quartet of I
cases. The upsurge Is responsible before the Judge and released Jr. II. Martin charged with the possession of Intoxicating He Is a Star Chapter Wayne Bennett, Bubba Bennett,
to a Beverage Dept. raid with strong' warning. Harvey Anderson Barbara a worthless check, Aaron Hoi- liquors In a county where pro Farmer and holds the State Dale Clemons, and Alvarez took Begins At Sundown
carried out June 11. Clayton Augustus Sumner was Stewart, and ley charged with assault and hibited with intent to sell, and Farmer Degree, highest award third place FrI. Sat. June 25 26
Jay Warren Harrison ,
and Floyd E. given at Walter Prevatt of Bradfordwas ,
The courtroom and adjoining fined $51 or 5 days on chargesof battery, King with maintaining a place of the state level. Al-
also failed
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usual majority/ of charges for driving. It was the second such Randall K. Archie port. All defendants failed to liquors In a county of the Bradford Chapter's De. hand. ANNA CALDER MARSHALL TIAHY DALTON
unlawful speed. charge In 30 days and the Judge James appear In court Tuesday. where It Is prohibited. Kalb Award or senior leadership The Bradford Chapter was .c.o..,
Baker Jr. and
When one defendant told of recommended that Ms licensebe Jackson Jr. each Wilbur W. Rogers and Mrs. Dorothy Helen Rlsby, whose award. chosen the beat over-all In
suspended for 90 days. sentenced James Mullls made restitutionon District IV consisting of 26
his own personal emergency to two In place of business was also raid
days the
In an attempt to Justify: his actions Clyde Elmore pled guilty; to Jail for falling to county In- worthless checks. ed Friday night, pled Innocentto He served as vicepresidentof chapters for the' second year
the Judge told him that the charge of failure to yield court. appear Van C. McCrary and Johnnie three charges of selling Intoxicating his local FFA chapter as a In a row.
he was being selfish In thinking entering! through a highway and Hollls both pled guilty; to similar beverages In a dry sophomore, was elected president Paul Hutchln Jr. placed second
of only himself Instead of was tined $36 or 3 days. Robert Wlms pled guilty to charges and were fined county; to one charge of possession as a Junior, and as a In state demonstration
the lives of others who use the Jacob Frank Browder pled the charge of operating a motor $26 or 10 days and ordered to of intoxicating beverages senior has served as president contests with project on the
highway. guilty to failure to have vehicle vehicle without a driver's make restitution. with Intent to sell In a of District 4's 26 FFA use of plants' In a landscapescene.
He asked the defendant whether : under control and was license and was fined $26 or dry county, and with maintain chapters. :
he fined $36 or three day In Jail. 3 days lie also pled guiltyto Larry Ray pled not Bradford was fourth In the
would prefer to be hit to the ing a place for the sale of Intoxicating In addition to the
guilty; charge of assault
Freddie Lee Jackson top staboffice area In the state PTA
also cooper
pled the charge of unlawful
by at 95
a car traveling mph, beverages.Fred .
and and the Bradford PTA
battery his
to unlawful case was Chap ative contest,,meaning the chap-
whose driver Is willfully breakIng guilty possessionof of a license and was fined Smith, whose business
vehicle placed on the county; court doc ter brought home from the 43rd tar worked with local firms In "ALLxsn '
a Inspection certificate $51! 5 days In Jail.
the law, or by a driver who or ket. Silcox in Lawtey was raided, pled annual convention
and with Roy received a suspended .other honors: Its training.
was on an emergency. operating a vehicle Ted Edgar Manning forfeited sentence after pleading not guilty; to two charges on
Barbara Akerley Fetrow and : without a valid drivers bond on a similar charge of guilty; to voluntary Intoxication. possession of intoxicating beverages
Armontine A. Parrish both pled license. He was fined $16.50 no driver's license. with intent to sell, to ..
guilty and were fined $101 or or 2 days and $26 or 2 days. Phil W. Berkelman and one charge of selling intoxicating
10 days In Jail for exceeding: Robert James Cummins and Colin Dean Vincent William George F. Herzog both forfeited beverages In a dry county FLORIDA
the speed limit with the re- Charles Wesley Shorter were Smith Hagaman Jr., John Elmo their bonds and with maintaining a place THEATRE The Power.
commendation that their licenses tined $16.50 each after pleading .- Durrance, James lIarvey Alderman Willie Keaton Is awaiting a for the sale of intoxicating the passion, the terror
be suspended.Everett guilty; to the charge of Henry Louis Wade, preliminary hearing after erages in a dry county. Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00
Earl Phillips, Jr., operating a motor vehicle with llama Fletcher Hardln. George pleading not guilty to the chargeof Lillie J. Long of Lawtey,also Saturday 1:00 of Emily Bronte's immortal
Died guilty and was also fined out a valid driver's license Lewis Carter, Russell D. aggravated assault,, as Is pled not guilty; to the charge story or young h love.tUufyermg l lI1 .
$101 or 10 days In the county; Fined $26 or 3 days In Jail Brown, Robert E. Goodman, David James on charges of I of non-tax paid whiskey.B&E's. Fri., Sat., June 25, 26
Michael Lee Bedenbaugh, Ray
Jail for unlawful speed. were Walter Joseph Koby on possession of more than one
Michael Frederic Codrlgan, the charge of an Improper tag mond J. Balrstow Jr. Horace gallon of moonshine
the Arnold Jr., and Gilbert whiskeyand Johnny Cash, Kirk Douglas In I
Russell Johnson Burnup DavidD. and Annie Bell Byrd on Leroy with the possession of a
Carpenter, Charles Wesley charge of no driver's license. Wallace all forfeited bonds for moonshine still.
Shorter, Thomas Joseph Crum, Henry John Broskey was fined unlawful speed. A GUNFIGHT
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other Juveniles have been arrested
in connection with all PLUS COLON by MOVIUAg .
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An Aiiwtlun Inumuion. !Picture' ml
seven cases. elwe I A.w riCM MVMIMH PKUTM.....
The cases were broken when THE IMPOSSIBLE YEARS
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overheard Ing. One youth the three was boys picked talk-ur Sun., Mon., Tues. June 27, 28, 29 I Ifayfon' Jennings In

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and youths, 14 and 15 years of age,
were placed Into the county; REBEL"
Decorative Jail and then remanded Into
'. the custody of their parents. So. stand
Products Investigating officers were Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
Henry, Deputy; John Dempseyand
City Patrolman Julian June 27, 28, 29
Green Henry said most of the
Items stolen from the seven
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301Beauti&atkrnAsked = .

Kept Alive

I .
I A one-womanpower battle Is take a hand In getting the funds to carry on the beautification
being fought to keep alive a restored, or If the council desires project as a club project. It '' .. .t
beautification project started to take on the beautifl was then turned over to the
In 1961 on US-301 median strips. cation of the median stripe two women, Mrs. Cappe and :i
Mrs. Claire Capps appearedlast inside the city. Mrs. Felos. 'Ills'r
Tuesday before the Starke "It looks to me like you have They then took the 345.35: :
City Council, asking the city; friction In the Woman's Club.It remaining in the fund at that
fathers to take a hand In the should be cleared up withIn time and set up a special account -
project she says the Starke the Woman's Club," said in the Community State
Woman's Club no longer wants. Councilman Jimmy McRae. Bank under Beautification Fundof r
What Mrs. Capps Is sped Chairman Nell Tucker the Starke Woman's Club.
flcally attempting to preserveIs thanked Mrs. Capps for appearing Only the two women, Mrs.
a special fund set up In the and complimented she and Capps said, could draw from
Community State Bank to pur- Mrs. Anna Felos on doing an the fund and then only with both
chase plants for the median "outstanding Job" planting signatures.
stripe. The fund totaled $301, shrubs on the median stripe. From 1963 to 1971 only $45:
Mrs. Capps said, and should But as far as the city takingon was disbursed from the fund.
go to the beautification project the project Tucker said Meanwhile, Mrs. Capps stat- s ,
not to other Woman's the medians are state propertyand ed, the bank misplaced the sig-
Club; projects.On "we've got our own problem nature card for the special
June 2, Mrs. Capps said s." fund. The balance, she said
Woman's Club President Lee "It Is public funds. Where was turned over to the Wo-
Sanders, with approval of the are they now?" City Attorney man's Club June 2.
club's Executive Board, took George Pierce wanted to know. Mrs. Capps said this week I ;
the funds from the special account "1 don't know," replied Mrs. she is in process of contac- ZT =
closing the account, and Capps. ting the 23 donors to learn ;: I
with apparent plans to use the Pierce suggested that the don- what they want done with the ;
funds on something besides ors be contacted to see what :
beautifying V -301. they would like to have done $301.Harry Hatcher III ;
This Is wrong, Mrs. Capps with the funds. He suggestedthe
maintains, because the funds donors of the money might On Honors ListA '
were donated to the Woman's carry some weight with the 4
Club In 1961 and 1962 by 23 Woman's Club. North Georgia College sen-
private individuals and businesses. Mrs. Capps> said she would ior from Starke has been namedto
The $301 has been ear- contact the donors. If the don- the Honors List for acade-
marked to purchase a special ors don't care to have the pro- mic achievement spring quar-
kind of vigorous growing rose ject carried on, she indicated
bush which requires little care, she will give it up. ter.Harry M. Hatcher HI, ach-
but none of the type has been available Mrs. Capps and Mrs. Felos ieved a "B" average or bet-
since all were boughtup now in Greece,have spearheaded ter with a full academic load of Onlooker inspect damage received In four cot pile up on 3C 1.
by Sea Island, Georgia several the project since It was 15 years ago, Mrs. Capps first taken on by the Woman's He Is a business administration -
says. Club In 1961. In October 1963, major at North-Georgia .
The city council members Mrs. Capps told the council and the son of Col. and Mrs.
-- asked if they wanted to the WC decided U didn't want H.M. Hatcher, Jr. 3 Hurt In Crash On Rain: Slick I 301: ( ) I

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then )ing from 'lie opposite direction : charges: were filed against
...........0 IM4 Three persons received mtn- juries, but did not require hose The Plymouth was and apparently racing Stewart's .
of injuries June 11 in a three pttallzatlon. knocked Into a third car, a
Outdoor /
!B."d Spectacular 1971 Chevrolet skidded
ues car mishap on rain slicked 1970 Pontiac owned by Ottls
US-301, 2.8 miles north of According to the Florida Benton Jones of 'I ampa. 36 feet, left the pavement and J&.SBarBQue
GROUP Lawtey near Highland. Highway Patrol, Smith was tra- Damage to Allen's Plymouthwas traveled 30 feet where It strucka
ILllit DUDES Stunning, 4-PC. verllng south on 301 In his estimated at $1,600, while ditch bank and came to rest. -Pit

--, Tw. CbIIH.O..C.H..T.bl. Fred Smith, :57, of Lawteywas 1966 Chevrolet when he applied Smith's car received $1.000da
J SUN DECKER GROUP taken to the Bradford his brakes to avoid another mage and Jones' Pontiac $300. Your ILn..I'
_101II County Hospital where he was accident which had oc- No charges were filed. & :SMC.Ml mw: )
'? '' v a.-. -..-- wN.NN... treated and released. Francis cured ahead and skidded off At 9 p.m. June 11, Dan- 1ItLAE: .f:0 is; .sow CII'IV:

--' =:.'-wr..l.-:-.rWII. .. and Violet Allen,.of Washington the road, striking the Allen's ny Carl Stewart escaped pos- LY B.\J.B.qLI-( :
l=-l. oNw M D.C., received minor in- 1969 Plymouth. sible serious Injury as he was FURNITUREQuality Is Our IJu-int'is, ;
forced off the road by two cars
e II mo Furnishing (II i ii.in. !in i 11.11I
that were apparently racing. /
$5995 According to the HIP Stew Custom IirupvrliMCnrpctliiK Finest Pit! In n.I.J

_- wart, 21, of Starke, was tra- ) 7S2-)7I7:! :) Tor TakeOut
7 / f y 1 Compare at $69.95 County Buys veling west on Sll-16, one and e Interiors by Victor Older
half miles west of Starke, when
y 1 toNsLf the JGOO Perk Ave. Orange Lr.fiU'd( On :.101!
to leave
he was tf Law ley, 1'Ja
264 9131
m Pile DriverAfter pavement by two cars approach-

.. .
.. .-.I.-. ... ., wNth.. cumiYIAH ) mI. for Its donation to the county
M. -M. purchasing a$2.933pile; Bryan received the
---- driver last week, the county Is library.
$2995 N.IuH" ready to build bridges that will certificate last week.Tuesday, as l
-Set July 6, a i
/- OUARANTIII I stay drive.level- It had any pilingsto the board's next meeting date. 150

1 HUNTER 2O" 1II wNa.n -Heard a report from Road
Jones that sev-
BREEZI BOX FAN ..vi aN Foreman U.K.
$&o n.r ; M.G. Moody & Sons, Inc., eral requests from studentsfor
"4' c_._ Jacksonville, submitted the low summer work will have to
$19"5 .u." NN ALUMINUM PORCH ft LAWN FURNITUREA bid. Only other bidder on the down due to a lack
be turned
( ) FOLDING CHAISE $7." machine was State Tractor & funds.Chairman Shuford supported FRIED I CHICKEN
(B) STACK CHAIR____$5.95 of
(C) I.dwaedF01DINGCHAIR__$1.91 Equipment Corp., Jacksonville, the hiring of studentsIn
\\ at $3,077. Clerk Gib Brown the summer, however, and I
said five Invitations to bid asked that funds be IncludedIn
were mailed but only two bids Jones' new budget for that 'THE WAY IT OUGHT TO BE"

received./ purpose.Answering the board's Inquiry

Road Foreman R.E. Jones Jones said the county got Itsmonev's
.w said there are bridges in the worth from the em-
county which need to be re ployment of three students last ) FRIDAY >
.?rn- ruu w M OAK
placed. But the commission indicated -
.aN/N our 0IM.IH*14g. PORCH RICHMQMO COM ICE CREAM FRWIA33PC. there Is a shortage of summer.-Authorized a $1,000 paymentto *
PATIO SET W mTA ROCKER. Of. _, ..$14.91 funds to purchase material. Attorney Theron lawn for SP elAl SATURDAY *
.1neUdN'. ** *18"Conpmvot a Of. .- ,.$1*.9Sat. legal work In connection with
38I41H $M,MDvkira SUNDAY
U4.W I Such funds will have to be condemnation suits for rUjht-: *
Coa..Pabloh.b Campora lUctric' mill
r $:U95 S Ot $29.*' placed )In the budget for fiscal of-way for SH-23:)(Brooker hydrocarbons -
,. 71-72, the board said. road). Yawn said In
Metal l SWING a letter to the board that the
and STAND "U' "Satelllte" FAN The driver last has been settled and
pile case
... .. .... ,, was purchasedafter
.. .
C W>MWWt > ""' .0 proceedings on
.. Chairman Dave Shuford condemnation
_. __ .._0.-._ _a.wN
,,..M-n.-1rN... _...... ...... .?.x. ...ch-In.-w.-M---. .- took the board on a tour of the road are now complete. Chicken Dinner Box >
s.to..*wWrti.w/.f t w.4 f M"Mwnd. ... ...". A.CPU PON iVIRY !ROOM his district last month to see -Granted Clerk Brown's request -
Iff. StaSa*. '''
.. Creek the Crawford Road clerk be permitted to attenda
I s'-- rows .sawta" on
7M-Np.N IDnln :..-.. clerk's 3
circuit court convention
where large chicken feed trucks
"-U'-'s.-'''''.s' INCLUDES :
pass dally was level, mean- In Miami Beach June 23- ) -

............. ._ 14 CU. FT. Ing It had no dips In the mid- 26. Hamilton -tc,
dle where pilings had sunken -Heard Commissioner 5 '
...- Into the ground. That bridge, report that Commissioner
FDIIZt after a feed truck fell throughIt George Roberts Is recovering GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN

C"o"J Sa ., .....: two years ago, was rebuilt at home from a hepatitis
...- piling driven Into the attack.
"NIIMI! HARDWOOD a. ...--- ground with a driver borrowed GENEROUS SERVI G OFHOMEMADE

CHESTS. : :"M-w'n.r::-c:-..-._ from Alachua County. Jim Andrews COLE SLAW

::::.:=-J: ..:=- --. Another bridge nearer Law-
' -say 'w_......... -,- ..- ter was sunken In the middle Wins Stale TASTY TRITATORSHOT

.I e S..IS $259:3.rN ,_ even after the county road crew
secs had twice placed extra tim- Essay AwardJimmy
-. $3788IAVI bers under the bridge. Pilings BUTTERED BREAD
e U.07 placed on a large board laid

-I I-u I: p.o"LrvtrMMMt on the the way bottom the county of the has creek been Mr and Mrs.Joe Andrews Levon Andrewsof son of (Reg. Price $1.25))

ItWM- laying foundations for bridges, Starke has won the state
j k' 15 CU. FT.,CHEST FREEZERS was gradually sinking into the essay contest sponsored by the
I' I-PC. __ Florida Federation of Woman's
.001 ground. EXTRA SPECIALFree
.oo..w-. _
...... --
..A Andrews, earlier named the
After the tour, the board agreed -

sri to Shuford's suggestionto driver.In the Bradford year, High had Star previously Student won of Chicken Livers Included In Every Box
1c:95RJ\ \/\ \/I purchase the pile
4 4 other action Monday, the the local essay contest sponsored This
During Special
Commission by the Junior Woman's
w..... :
Club of
M11N INN Starke qualifying for
-Agreed with Commissioner the state contest.A .
Ralph Bryan that a plaque be certificate and check from
presented to recently retired the Florida Federation of Wo
road department employee Arch men's Clubs was presented to l \i.\ Ode Fried Chicken
rv Ellington In honor of his 40() Andrews by Mrs. Jim Lawson,
for the county. past president of the Starke
8-PC BUNK OUTFIT Ellington, Bryan pointed out, Junior Women. Andrews Is also
Wishbone Country"Highway
--- b... to* this winner of a first place In the "Starke Is
irS.i >r. i.a $9995 spent his vacation year
... .. ---- as'
I i ; ins Regional Science Fair Is
grading the roads around then !:, a Stark. Flo.
*" **" f.... IIII9M Badc 236 S. Tmpl 301 .
--........- ..-r rII w courthouse. star hurdler on the Tornado

the-Received Bradford a certificate Library Board from student.track team, and Is a BUS honor * *** * AAAAAA*

A June 24, 1971 Telegraph Page 9 .

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. .\ Keeps 1

Sine April 1 my ready-made BUSY NEIGHBORSI 1' _
dally line of communication with want to say .something-
-" -- people has been cut off. After bout my two neighbors who are
nearly 32 year, that Is an adjustment separated from us by Just a v
that is Just a little fence. Paul Newsom probablyhas le .
., hard to accept when you enjoy
largest bed of glad-
with like I
talking people do.
bias In the county.: He planted
So I
right now am thinking that
nearly 500 bulbs! I asked him
: ";:''lld"i. occasionally through the news- and
why he planted so many
c Der channel. Just talka
ll \. bit to everybody.I may. he had a good answer. s
( "For Mama to walk out Into

'' ," would like to Bay that I tile yard and look at and to
still miss my dolly long-time have some to give away."Well,
responsibility of trying to do they have been beauties with
something each day for some each stalk having from 12 to Jt/d )
body. However that opportunity 15 flower buds. He has seven
Is not entirely gone because different colors and each seems
rdh I think anyone regardless of prettier than the other. It FHA Officers Installed
what they are doing can do Seems that Paul Just likes flowers -
that. I heard a great man anyway.
that assurance to happiness was say, Then the other green-thumb New officers of the Future Homemakers Club at Bradford High are Q-r) Norma
t saying something nice to some- neighbor is Elsie (or Cliff) Redding, president; Sallye Meng president-elect; Judy Redding secretary; Norma
one each day, and doing at least Hazen, I don't know which, who Prevatt, treasurer, and Gayle WhItehead, historian.
one kind deed each day. I know has probably the tallest growing The officers were Installed at the annual FHA banquet and Installation ceremonyat ;
that whenever I failed to do tomatoes In the the Holiday Inn Tuesday B.F. (Bud) Mlzell president of First Federal Savings
that I seemed to regret It In Right now the top tomato looks and Loan Association of Starke addressed the group.,

e some way before the day was to be hlxfier: than eight feet. u........._..... _._...........................
over. They are still ,green and growing 'iiiiiiii.'

h Somewhere ,each day some- eating-taller tomatoes, while maybe they have for three been I. Cancer Fund I st .*

one asks. me what I am doing weeks. Sure, we've tasted them Exceeds Goal X regqAnother
with all my leisure time since and we've also had a vase of Q I
retirement. Some of you might gladlolas on the table. The Ha-
I be Interested to know that so- zen tomato garden consists of A total of 3841.85 raised ComGru

called "retirement" does not four plants, each In a hamperof the 1971 American Cancer Soc- ...... u.m .._ ."
Congratulations, Jinuny mean that you are free to rest shavings. They also have on iety's annual funds drive in __liiil lal! "''i1ig'ill i"IO'O Just all you might like to, and the gydroponlc list string Bradford County has exceeded
at any time you like. The days beans, cucumbers pepper,.and 'the quota set by $3.85 accord- first for the SG&- Winner of the ChampionshipFlight
Once again Bradford County; has been This outstanding young Bradford seem short and I am more even a cantaloupe vine.CONGRATULATIONS. Ing to President Lillian Stump. CCI John Watson, our vice president B in the Ladles Club
signally honored by having one of Its Countlan now goes on to a year of ready for bed than ever before Miss Stump led the cancer ", double Eagled (3 under Championship Is Francis Watts.
outstanding men elected State and that Is not becauseof fund drive by raising $1,472.31 par) on the 5th hole Monday In the Championship Flight
young activity that will In
cause a delay
America age. I have not even startedon Let me Join the many others from local businessmen and afternoon. He hit a driver and Shirley Johns has reached the
President of Future Farmers of
starting his college career but which the long list of things! I who have offered congratulations from advance gifts. three-wood into the cup on the finals and will play the winnerof
will mean a year of far greater learn- am supposed to do around the to Jimmy Alvarez, the 530-yard hole Two fine blows. the match between Ruth Pow-
ing experience than could possibly house. new State President of the Future A television drawing netted Also Monday afternoon our ell and Bernice Epps.
The first from here to bring such be obtained In the classroom.: It will Farmers of America. I the drive $644.80, the second club's Junior Golf Assn. helda
distinction: to the County was Doyle be Invaluable to him In his future One really good part 01 It am proud also that he plans biggest money getter. Starke tournament, swim party, and
Conner who later served National Is that you plan your day while to enter college and study agri residents gave Father James hamburger fry.
as career, and we are confident that he drinking early morning coffee. culture with a major In poultry. Cregan $539.97 and Mrs. Mar In the First Division play (9 Our Membership Drive Is
FFA President went on to a careerIn will handle himself In a manner to You can carry out those plans Jimmy, we all wish you well. garet DeSue $202.52. holes) Terry Bryan was first over, and for you' who are entitled -
the Florida Legislature and is now bring recognition and honor to his or you can do something else We should not forget mama with a net 35; Richard Robertswas to free dues as a resultof

serving as Florida's Commissioner of home count: ;)'. and nobody says much except and pappa because they certainly Local school students donated second with a net 36; and signing up new members
Agriculture a goal he set for himselfin maybe your wife. Then you have played a big part $204.41 In a mouse-to-college Mitchell Harris was third witha you will start receiving these
his early youth. are even free to tell her that in helping and eccouraging drive headed by Bradford Mid- net 36-1/2. the first of July. Would like
you'll try to do that tomorrow. Jimmy In fact, lots of folk dle School Principal Richard In the Second Division (3 to mention the fact that our
And while we're passing out the I will say further that It Is are Involved. and I know Jockel. Hampton residents donated holes) Richard Gaines was first Board of Directors were responsible
The second to attain the positionof bouquets we should not overlook the really a different way of liv- that Jimmy says thank you to $IU.61; Mrs. Don Hill with a net 20; Joey Herres was for signing up 15 new
state leadership of FFA Is Jimmy Senior FFA Chapter at BHS which ing. It Is worth looking forwardto all of them. headed the drive there. second with a net 22; and Mike members and then they votedto
Alvarez a 1971 graduate of BUS, who came home with an impressive citation and hopefully you will reach Well, I know that space Is Jackson was third with a net donate their free dues backto
the Club which amounted to
that time while can still limited for such this. I Shuford col- 23. ,
has all the earmarks of establishing you as Mrs. George
another distinguished record In the for winning the BOAC Award, Each around and then stay busy. Just wanted to speak to everybody lected $41.42 from Lawtey re After the tournament the 9 savingaoCapproxlmat8Iy$351.Don't .
presented at the State Convention. day brings new life. Make again, and when the urge sidents. Mr.and Mrs.Jim Tem young golfers enjoyed a swim
field of agribusiness. Jimmy has been BOAC stands for Building Our American It count and enjoy your acti- strikes me, I'll be back again. ple and hamburger fry at the clubhouse
outstanding In FFA activities during his Communities" and the Senior FFA vities, friends, and family Brooker 1resIddente.Esther Carter Hosting wer* Mr.'and
high school career and served as Dis- members for their activity in Ceo. T. Huggina canvassed the SR-225 residents Mrs. L.M. Gaines Mr. and forget the annual meetIng -
programs Mrs Paul Canova and Herb coming up In July. A Noml-
trict President before attaining his who donated $37, ,
promoting the betterment of the mating Committee of Ben Mox-
and Naomi Herres.
received $62.52
C.C. Anderson
statewide He has also receivedthe
community such ley, Vernon SHcox Pat Farnsworth -
as Improving the In the Lawtey area. Our Junior Golfers are real-
coveted DeKalb leadership award grounds at the old Bradford County ly getting a good program going Fred Barker, Brian Hamilton -
among senior FFA members for his Courthouse. A new project in the BOAC Collection cans placed In varIous so all you members who and L.M. Gaines has
outstanding accomplishments: in Future program here is assisting with the Letters to places and businesses a- would like your youngsters to been appointed and will bring
Farmer programs.To maintenance and beautiflcattonof round the county netted the take part, give Randy Jonesa recommendations for the election -
Crosby of six retiring Board members. -
call at the Plans
drive $122.25and a $15 me- pro shop.
Lake Cemetery. morial donation was made. are to have weekly events for .
win a hotly contested race and the Editor. the Juniors at the course.
be picked for State President from The entire 'i local FFA and their Advisors Gus nopelousos of the Garden Don't forget the NCF 21 Club
among 15,000 Future Farmer mem- Restaurant headed the .for the folks
Paul young starting *
Hutchlngs, and David :. :
1971 cancer fund drive. Brian And of course- there's
bers In Florida is cause enough for Monday, June 28. If planning
are to be
congratulated for Hamilton of BINGO
Department Wednesday
Stump's every nightat
to participate let Herb Ran-
congratulations In Itself. But In viewhcrowwnnghonoaded the honors they have brought to Brad- Dear Mr. Matthews: at this time watching TV or Store was co-chairman. dy know. or 8 in the club house

of Jimmy's other accomplishments, ford County. If this is any measureof reading this.
it Is to the Since Joining the Navy In November Sure, I think the United States -

a list. of many that he has alreadywon. our Future"future"Farmers we ,may we expect feel that from we good deal 1969 of, the I have world seen and a should are clean a leading up first nation.becausewe We FarmersDiary ) !r--County Agent tN ws-l|

are In safe hands. some parts of the United States must take the first step and t I
From November 1969 until that brings to my mind a quote
August 1970 I didn't sea too that I once heard from the
much that was new. BecauseI late John F. Kennedy: "Ask by Bobby Taylor
I am In the Naval Reserve, not what your country can do Since this is the big time been outstanding 4-H membersfor
Needless Loss of Life
I attended meetings in Gaines for you but ask what you can By Sam McGarvey for our graduating Senior at eight years.They have com-
ville.} do for your country." Bradford High School I would pleted many 4-H projects
For lack of a gate another life was convenience of reaching the crossingsthat rln August 1970 I started my So I close with this thought, With the return of the summer like to salute the entire class participated in many 4-H activities -
lost. would have been left two years of active duty; being people of the United States shower season we're getting and wish them every successas and have been an Inspiration !
open. sent to Radioman School give thanks to God for every- plenty of "fireworks" In they begin to take their to the younger 4-H members
from August 17 to November thing that you have, be it lit- the form of thunder and lightning place In our society. in our county.
That Is the story of the Lawtey Perhaps closing: the two crossings 25, 1970. During this time since tie or great, for there are on a scale which makes our I would especially like to Kelly daughter of Mr.&Mrs.
railroad crossing:,, where seven lives would have been a slight inconvenienceto the school Is located in Bainbridge people In the world who would July 4th firecrackers puny by recognize: three of these "Sen- G.W. Richards of Starke., has
have been snuffed out In the past, two some and perhaps a better solu- Md., I saw some of give anything to change places comparison. And we're getting iors" for their work and accomplishments lerved on the county 4-H Council -
the larger cities. with and me. plenty of rain and it won't be as secretary for three
decades, and many others have been tion to the problem can be reached. In our Bradford
The thing that impressed me A Faithful American long now before "the creek years and is a delegate to District
maimed In accidents that But until that solution Is County 4-11 Program while
found It
costly might most was the ever presentproblem RMSN Thos. R. Talley starts rising" The showersare Council tills year. She will
have been prevented with maximum Is a depressing sight and a matter In the United States and USS Sarsfleld DD-837 often local In effect with high they school were work.excellent In their also serve as County delegateto

protection from crossing gates. for serious concern to see the con- the world-- poverty; Poverty; a :'whit," rain at one locality Kelly Rlchads Carole Mc- the State 4-H Council during
tinued and needless loss of life at is an ever-growing thing in and none at all Just a few miles KInney and Walter Prevatt,.. State 4-H Congress at the University -
The Irony of the latest accident the Lawtey railroad crossings. the world. A person can walk Dear Mr. Matthews: away of Florida July 26-29.
down the streets and hear people She has attended 4-H Camp.
last week Is that the cross-arms for talking about poverty--; This Is a somewhat belated if you aren't careful you might Leadership Camp, Electric and
the once proposed gates were actuallyin .. about how much it is growingand note of thanks for your editorial get hit by that one. Automotive Camp and has

storage at the Lawtey railroad sta- that something should be opinion headed "Parole Congratulations are In order served on many Camp Councils
tion for almost a year and were finally done about It. And I agree Commission Commended For for Jimmy Alvarez, who last Carole daughter of Mr. &
picked up and moved because an with this statement. Sticking By The Rules," published week was elected State Pres- Had some fresh blackberries Mrs. W.B. McKlnney of Starke,
could not be reached on This brings me to the point in your issue of April 1.1.I dent of the Future Farmers of which Alice picked at our place has also been active in the
agreement of this letter. Since January 4 have had It on my desk since America at their conventionat last week and they sure tasted Starke Senior Girls 4-H Club
a proposal by the railroad. when I reported aboard the then, and It, along with other Daytona .Beach. The last good. She served them with the Bradford 4-H Council: and
USS Sarsfleld (DD-837) home- discussions of the Commis Bradford County FFA memberto sliced peaches and the combina- will serve as a delegate at
ported out of Mayport, I have sion's position, has been a great wlnthat honor was Doyle tion is a real treat. For some large to State 4-H Congress
seen parts of the world where source of encouragement in recent reason or other there aren'ta this year.
It railroad officials Conner so perhaps Jimmy is
was proposed by poverty; Is much greater than days. lot of "brlarberries" this She has been an outstanding
that gates would be installed at the that of the United States. Some It appears now that the legislature on tune his and way to fame office and In Tallahassee. for- season, at least not aroundour 4-H Camper attending
a rear
Road 225 crossing if the city would of the countries that I have has responded to expressions home. 4-H Camp Leadership
permit the closing: of two other crossings seen Include Brazil, Africa, of home town opinion and other special camps. She
Including one in front of the West Pakistan and India to such as yours. The Flo- . has won County Medals for her
name a few. In these placesI rida Probation and Parole Com 4-H project work for the last
recently we
school house. The proposition was In buying a car
have seen more poverty than mission will be allowed to continue four years. She has participated -
considered by the City; Council but I had ever seen or even thought to carry out what it has Imnred the advice lower of some price that by In District Events giving

was finally abandoned due largely to about. Men women, and chil- conceived to be Its public man- Weather wet and warm Is we could at get Jacksonville a or a demonstration in the
objections by residents In a section r dren walking the streets, with date over the past 30 years. good for corn not to mention buying "Know your'Beef event.
east of Lawtey known as "Cracker 1 no homes. Their poverty Is too As you noted, It has never the tobacco On a Gainesville and bought in Starke Walter, son of Mr. & Mrs
been the function of this commission crop. go- on the premise that we would
great to described in words. E.M. Prevatt, Sr. of Route 2
Six" who used the graded road lead- For example, in Bombay, India to speed up releaseof round In the county last week; get better service on the car Starke has been very activein
Ing to one of the crossings desiredto there are approximately criminals Just to make room we saw a lot of corn plantingsthat that way. Sure enough, when It .-11 work since fifth grade.
be closed. The railroad had also seven million people and out in prison for new ones. you could almost see grow tailed to start one morning He has served as president,
proposed to hard surface the dirt of these, almost two million I hope our policies of attempted lag, and out by Brooker there we simply called the dealer vice prelsdent or held an office -
road running parallel with the east make their home on sidewalksor rebuilding of oppor- I a fine patch of tobacco which and in no time at all he hada In his club each year of
for some of those Imprisoned .Is nearing serviceman out at our place
In the streets wherever tunity maturity On that Ms membership.
side of the railroad track for the
to the end that the trip we and the loose battery cable was
they can find a place to sleep. saw plenty of signs of He has been president of the
For me, as for most of the worthy ones may be restored activity at the Brooker market repaired. If we had bought the County 4-H Council for two
crew of this ship and the other to useful places In society, will which is now handling a volume car out of town, we would be years and has served as District -
Il. !:-- ship that is with us, it Is be continued. With support like of spring vegetables waiting yet for the dealer to Representative to the

-..:-...' something that we will never yours, I feel confident we may. do something about it. State 4-H Council for two years.
-= 0 forget. Walter has won numerous County
The Bradford County .....:-1. e.. Seeing this makes me stop Cordially, Medals for his 4-H Beef
and think Just how lucky Incidentally with the buildIng project work and received: the
TELEGRAPH :\ ----- and proud I am that I am Roy W. Russell of the Hydrocarbons Road Then, too, our loca I dealers highest Medal, the Key Award
r 'he;". from the United! States of A. Florida Parole and out In that section, that area take an active part In county at the 4-H RecognJtlonprogram
ESTABLISHED 1879 merica. Sure, I have seen probably Probation Commission, has taken on a new appearanceand and community affairs, and pay last month. At present,he plans
Let us rise up and build. the worst port of the world, Tallahassee Fla. you get the Impression that local taxes,' and that's another to run for president of the
(Neh. 2:18)). but I am very glad that I made it Is or. the threshold of a real' mason why In getting a car Florida 4-H Council at State
MMes Cod's miracle-working f this cruise for It has really development program. While we bought"at home". Congress In July.
FLORll ESS lower| goes to work for us.' made me think about the problems I passing the expanded gas plant Walter. Kelly and Carole have
When we meet life with th of the world, of which out there we remembered when participated In many, more 4-H
ASSO r ON faith that with Cod all thing' we are all a part. And even that site was nothing but a' Speaking of that last weekwe events and activities.Eachhave
more proud to wear the uniform In "tight" for demonstrated
grove of tung trees. got a an a desire to help
break from the
ant |possible,we of die U.S. Navy
electrical receptacle and called younger members in any way-
bondage of false ideas, and become This cruise is coming to a v Starke Builders Supply Just before possible and have Indicated that
free: and confident. We, close now and I, for one, will closing time. They waited they will continue to assist
.. L. MArr IZW.. EltmlabWYen1tYli1W : then cxprcitu. ourclvu. freely f, be glad to see the States again. The recent railroad crossing until we got there from Lawteyand 4-H In the future.
.... TkuwU: ask cUr. .4 M ....< and cagily: for Cod'M tovo In. When I get back to the accident at Lawtey Is a grim needless to say we appreciated It has been a pleasure for me
Ciw Mailer at Ike lad Oaks at Mite,FtatUa nplroK; UK to know that wo can' U.S. and hear people complalning reminder of the danger that the extra service to work with such outstanding
ale. Act ef March M, Itn.isssnlsllua Wo appreciate: life and It' about the problems we have. "Moat of us get a laugh out lurks at all the unprotected which helped us out and are young people. I'm sure that

ta trade areas 1 tsar ..**, OwtsUe blessing. o|>|x>rtunitl just how lucky of the most hazardous In the fact that home town storesdo leaders in
your that
trace ,real 1 W.M word look in the mirror without a our community:
gear sisonsibilitiea..Thu w B
they are to be from
America. jcrln." county are those where a train go out of their way to pleaseyou. will make all of us In Bradford -
can. inspire. un today. and to be right where they are passes-by only occasionally,but. County proud. .
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and Mrs.
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enjoyed admired by ( ) 3-2-01. "S.l 100
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Mrs. Nell

Mamas Saturday Boch and : Red Peaches 3 lBS $1

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families in

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i ."" Hampton Headlines ...... Correspondent At ahlBsloy.

KNOW YOUR NEICIIBORS Patty Carroll, James Contois.

This !is the title for an article By Mrs. Karen. Brady Faulkner Wally Faulk-
which I plan to do each SupaltySetlllrtg ner, Diana Rhoden, John Williamson Mrs. Evelyn Bradley of 2825 and she will appreciate It
!le week. I am hoping to better acquaint aown centraUa-; they seemingly had a very rich and and Joy Williams for Kingsley Lake Is the new Tel- U persons >in the Kingsley Lake
item for publication
the residents of Hampton resided there until 1960. Moving rewarding life and it !Is my the school year, 1970-197I.Spe- egraph correspondent for the area with news
wUl call her at that
with new neighbors coming to the St. Louis area from hope that we can make them cial mention !Is due two students Kingsley Lake area.
+ Into our caanmunf '. Sine Centralla, they stayed thereup very welcome !In Hampton. To who have not missed a Her telephone number Is 533- number
first thought of this type of to 1970 when Mr. Vaughan do so would Induce them to stay single day In two from
r rS Introduction to persons newly retired in March. Their widespread with us for a very long time 1969 to 1971. They sre'Tommy
+ ,,, r moved In, I've discovered there travels finally brought 'and lend their personalities to Meng and Fred Woods.
{ are many more than anyone had them to )Hampton early this make Hampton a better com- Jeff Van Eek received the
Imagined. Perhaps, with a little year, about January. They planto munity. bravery award at Thursday'sexercises
friendly persuasion,and this stay here for a while and Thank you, Mr. and Mrs. for not crying when "demOIl f
r Introduction can give a fond grace us with their company Vaughan, for making Hampton he broke his arm.

1. how-do-you-do to these new as they own several pieces your home and giving us the Bryjon City
comers: of property; in and about f Hamp opportunity to get to know you. J'
.., ; Ralph Marrion Vaughan and ton, some of which they rent Hampton Baptist Church will ''The Inn Unlque' North Carolina
his wife, Evelyn. Both Mr. and SCHOOL STUDENTS have commencement exercises
Ma "' Mrs. Vaughan were born >In out.Mr, Vaughan worked >In steel HONORED for the Vacation Bible School

Caddo County, Okla. The folks plate fabrications up until his Hampton Elementary gave classes Friday evening, begin-
of both Ralph and Evelyn moved retirement beginning this trade honorable mention to 12 outstanding ning at 7:30.: Bible School began Spend your vacation In rustic elegance. at l historical FRY-
to Oklahoma City; where the !in 1930. Mrs. Vaughan busied students last Thurs Monday of this week.
EMONT INN in the heart of the Great Smokey Mountains. ,
Pitch Hit Throw WinnersWinners couple met and were married herself by working >in garment day during the asseiribly exercises Hampton Baptist: Sunday '
in 1930. The Vaughan's movedto and aircraft factories While held to say goodbye to School at 10 a.m.,Sunday morn- Ten. minute to Cheroki! Indian Reservation. and outdoor _
Salem 111. !In 1942 and then they resided in St. Louis,where the old school year and welcome Ing worship 11 a.m. Sunday drama, "Unto These.Hills." Spacious room., Pool, Tennis :
of the Pitch, Hit. & Thmw Contest socnsored by back to bklahoma in 1943, but Mrs. Vaughan was the manager the new. Awards were evening training union begins Court, Recreation hall, Canoe and trail trips, Superbmount.ie
the Starke Recreation Department are (1-rh this time to Tulsa Their life of the Domestic shift for Shoppers given to tliose who achieved at 6:30: evening worship, 7:30:
I2-year-age group: Hill Coltrane: first place; Ken Ay- seemed one long Journey back Fair In St. Louis perfect attendance throughoutthe p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting cuisine Evening entertainment. 1Vaterfellbethingend
cox, second. when they were younger as Ralph and Evelyn have 3 grown school year. begins at 7:30: p.m. -Melvin horseback. riding nearby European plan. Modest race

ll-year-age group: Gene Tanner, first place; Jeffrey they moved again in 1944 this daughters who have blessed In the order of their atten J, Hamel, pastor Open May 20 through fall .....on. For Information about
Jockel, second.10yearage time to Dallas Texas. Wetting them with nine
grandchildren. dance awards were presented Hampton
Christian '
: Sunday the inn that progress left behind, .write; FRH EMONT.Bryson .
group: Bruce Wol/red, first; Randy Edmond- two years to pull up roots, Able to also flaunt two great to: Lori Stlnson for the School 10 a.m.; Sunday Worship -
lon, second. they once more changed residence grandchildren who are now in school year, 1969-1970; Ken- II a.m. Evening worship, City, N.C. 2878).

0-year-age-groupi/ Leonard Johnson, first; Pat Mun going back to Illinois. Germany, the Vaughans have neth Aycox Richard ,Aycox,, 7 p.m.J.L.' ShawMinister..

ftnrtt eernndThti __a _- .
boys were awarded plaques and Jackets.LEGALS .

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Notice Is Hereby Given, that The Board of County Commissioners Sar '' '
Mario Smith, the holder of the of Bradford County ; re

following certificates has filed will receive bids to be openedat 'ti < r ,
said certificates for a tax deedto 10:00 AM on the morning d ,
be issued thereon. The certificate of July 6, 1971 In the courthouse
[ numbers and yean of for coverage of fire and tAGLQ.'t''t
Issuance, the description of the contents of county buildings.
property, and the names in A copy of specifications: are
which It was assessed are as available at the county; clerks
follows office
Certificate No. 75, Year of The Board reserves the rightto
Issuance 1968. Description of reject) any or all bids.
Property Lots 9,18 of Blh 1 GILBERT S. BROWN

in Gahagan S/D. Clerk to BoardIt ti .
Name In which assessed Es- v '
telle Adkins Est. nG w: a lo'6t y Pv
Nst'llr. ., .,
All of said property, beingIn 0 ., ,.
the County of Bradford,State In The Circuit: Court, Eighth a It"II i s".w" '
Judicial Circuit of Florida In "
of Florida.
Unless such certificate or And For Bradford County; ,
certificates shall be redeemed CIVIL ACTION ""
according to law the property, Cecelia Sue Lambert Plaintiff I i "G"TukR.Si& q U.
described in such certificate -rs- William Eugene Lam CELEBRITY '
or certificates will be sold bert, Defendant. Case No.1109. Attq, Isng lelinl ."

to the highest bidder at the Notice of Suit No Property, BRAS / MANS ill laws cebn, /anbU eaa, f 9, ... -d
court house door on the drat TO: William Eugene LambertYou Ivrslturt Ilk* '
yi/1'1 1.1//'r' +
Monday >in Month of August\ are hereby notified that ass'salle' ictln. r
1971! which is the 2nd day of an action for Divorce has been ..,
August 1971. filed against you and you are 2/91C 3/79C -
Dated this 16th day of June, required to serve a copy of. '. '' w
1971. your written defenses Harp
Gilbert S. Brown to It, on the plaintiffs attorney 3/57t
Clerk of Circuit Court of whose name and address +?
Bradford County; Florida Is Honorable Lax G...*.. Starto.' .
6/24 4t 7/15 Florida and file the original FOR MORE N
with the clerk' of the above w' -

styled; court on or before July 1' / '
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT 12, 1971: otherwise a judgement -

BRADFORD COUNTY, FLA. may be entered, against?,'you-m t 5a
In Re:' Estate of Mrs. Eva for the relief demanded In the rt' rl J
Wood Stump, deceased. complaint or petition.
Notice To CreditorsAll WITNESS my hand and the LADIES' IAOLID'
creditors of, the estate seal I of said Court on June I 14, j JflTiGIRLS' Ali t'' WAVY '' CIU1ATTMIIS
of Eva Wood Stump deceased, 1971. DUSTERS /BLOUSES I M ; ,r
r. 1
are hereby notified and required GILBERT S. BROWN f FORASS'T
to file any claims or demands AI Clerk of said Court h. +, st Pas, MRMANINT 1 St* l lackit.EZ .
which they may have against ;,w Birmifa I MISS : ;
said estate >in the office of By: Beulah M. Moody 1 assnescb : SlMVllMS ar rill-up. '' Ckwns ** aPitir
the County Judge of Bradford As Deputy Clerk A j Slid 1 N as."
County, Florida In the court (Court Seal)) 'a, r. f Is U, hfr"" Nervy hty aN IMlurrA -.a'
house at Starke, Florida within
six calendar months from 6/14 4tchg 78NOTICE 2/1.15
the date of the first publication -
of tills notice. 11 ti. I
Each: claim or demand must J te t/ '

be In writing and must state Notice Is hereby given that .wr'' t /
the place of residence and post an order dated 20 May: 1971 y VSNT1 HpTroiDMo
office address of the claimant has been Issued by: the undersigned 'r
and must be sworn to by the authorizing the name ( yIn
claimant his agent or his attorney -
of the Marlin 1
gas screw
,-IS-beg-aeae Vliyl.Pipilar >
or It will become void, Purlin, official number 285956, cilws. ;
according to law. owned by Ralph Ray Barnes ,,, ,. q r"'
First June 17
publication: of which Jacksonville. Fla. Is ,
1971. the home port to be changed
-Lillian Stump, Administrator to The Office.-- L.J. Rader '
Estate of Eva Wood Stump Documentation Officer, by Dr. ..._ o r ; ;
Deceased CO. USC;, MID Jacksonville. : BLUE r ,cgu9sgone SiM 1 ,''', '' ,. ; FOAM ,,
Fla. 6/10 4t 7/1 r
6/17 4t 7/8 0 SHIRTS 'WASMg '" ICE :

,. C'Naee ; / ".
Slell'hli'y' ( -aetvah :
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME will not be responsible tor Chambn,, 8 ns/ trim 5 Klips lei fir ', MW'! CA1f _

Notice is hereby given that any detrta made by anyone other '' hiurt. Out sit s' a ORNATI
the undersigned, under the provisions than my: "It. Ernest W.Allan. ++ tub ir swuf. 'Y
of Chapter 20,953 LawsOf '/ / 1 year Cbsln! Ae'L a qM,
Florida, Acts of 1941, will ./S 4 t 6/24 1 4 1Yr '' 1 i stl sal teller's bats, ,
register with the Clerk of the ? T,
Circuit Court in and for Bradford + /
County, Florida,upon proof a ;' /
I will not'I responsible
of publication of this notice FOR MORE
imnnpother .,
.in debts made !1.\ : '
of the fictitious name of t.ONGIIORN : tin,,: I" self -Mri.l.l: I I':. I lough. r ,
\ REST AUK\NT, under
which I am engaged in business
5'3<: ,1 1 tp G/24:
at U.S. 301 South, Starke, Bradford sa
County, Florida. /
Ovid & Thelma Norman' 4f fig SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic 1 s
I West Call St. Starke, Fla. Letters, all sizes,colors, Permanent I i

Dated this 10th day of June, for UM on wood,class COTTNON 1I pINW uNs
A.D. 1971 at Starke, Bradford ",I plastic, paper, metal leather, MEN'S
County, Florida. ANYTHINGIBradford County; NYLON
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On Saturday June 12, Mr. to homes singing for silver mother dad, sister and his ley and Becky of Lake Butler,
aunt, Shirley Green. Mrs. Gene Edwards Tina and
and Mrs. Roy Green and Al- last Thursday night. They
leen enjoyed lunch with, Mr. sented to the Church Building pre- On Monday, June 21, Mr. and Johnny of Lake City; and Mr.
t and Mrs. J.T. 'raj'lor and fam- I Fund, June 20, a grand total Mrs. Tommy Cox entertained and Mrs. Jimmy Cox of Cas-
ily at their liomr 'n I'alatKa. relatives with a cook-out at Uewood, Va.
of 20828. Isn't that marvelous -
Cindy and Uojce 'lajlor came ? lunchtime honoring Bradlco's6th CONGRATULATIONS: to the
home Those attending Alachua-AlI Stars, who won the
i with the Roy Greens for birthday.
By !Dean 11 In ton from New Or-
Elizabeth June
; Invitational
Given Softball
Walker a visit. this occasion were Hcena Cox, Tour
leans celebrated his 7th birth-
{ Deborah, lion> and HOUR Green, nament! In Starke last weekend.
""ft MflftftftftiBgijM ----..... .n ....."""""'" Miss \llecn (.reen has out- day at the home of his Aunt Mrs. Ernest Fdwards and Patsy Members from RrookerareJoe
I 1 I -..+ of-town rclaUvcB here to attend Inez (:Mrs. Inez Green), Saturday Mrs. Inez Green and Shir ]Hobliibon: I Frank Tomlinson,
'her graduation. 'I these In- June ID. Those attending (Outoflm'IICSts Included Eric: lomlinson and I Lennox
1I Sunday Is Youth Day. Sunday clull odfrs.. "I, I. Taylor and Uils party; Included Mr. and !Mr. and Mrs.' Mack l't" :Kellc .
School at 9:30: Morning ser- v famllj and Mrs. G.E.::: McCuuley ; :Mrs. Bill Minion (his parents), ess-
I vice at 11 a.m. Dinner will be from Talalha, Mrs.Uaitara Marynn, Kathy, I>David Amy, --
served at 12:30.: At 3:00: p.m. V. Bennett and daughter Leslieof Candy, and Cherle 11 In ton. AI-|
! the Masonic Family will observe Seoul; Korea; also Mr. and son can's< aunts Mrs. Inez OWN THIS
St. John's Day. Evening Mrs ':George Pierce and daughter Green and Mrs. Ernest Ed-
service, 6 p.m.Ebenezer Uidrvy and Mr. and Mrs. wards. Ills cousins Mr. und AIR CONDI
Roy (tiieen from lirooker.t- :Mrs tommy Cox: Hradieu and 10
.A Baptist Church, ter the graduation at RHS(Monti Deems, and Shirley Green l>efieslimcnls TIONED 2-DR.
dF Rev Leroy Davis pastor for lime 11; all of these went home of liomenmdo Ice 744r ,
the week. Prayer meeting star- with. \Mlccn for refreshments. cream and cake were enjojed DATSUN WITH
ted Monday night June 21, for lo! > Green's children and by all. l>cun retched some
revival. will start lovely gifts. RADIO FOR MO.
grandchildren had a picnic lunchin
Monday night June 28 to ._-- .-i'"' ,.. I ilday, June 18, Mr.and Mrs.
July :i:=I..ii: ;; I. ;j Honor of him on I a liter's _
2. Hex. J.C. Bell from Ocala Day Sunday June> ZOo Hose lornmy I Cox and children tad
will conduct the services. The Robin McGee and Jul.. Wit or. participating in DoggU- attending< this picnic were Mr. :Mr. and Mis. Ilmmj Cox of
F % public Is Invited to attend these Doggie at the Tiny Tot Program. and Mrs. 1 1.1', laylui and fa- l"aRUeWlJtVa./ ., Mi*. Mack
services for spiritual strength. nib of 1'alalka, Mr. and Mrs. liessle and heck to ( lear-
II.H{ Branam and dall.hter.lIll-( water, to dine at the kapok
Greater Allen Chapel A ME:: tali: of ,Jacksonville Allen 'I I tee Inn. ''1 his was like a short
Church, lIev.E.C.Jenkins,pas c Y .... Is well rounded both academi- Green' and Mrs. K.L. Grccnand trip to Luropc. 1 he lotcly gar- +
tor. Sunday School 10 a.m. cally and socially.The programIs children of Uildwood, Mr. and den had Grecian columns and
At II, Kev. C.E. Toston will the Student Teacher Achievement :Mrs. I Fred Dennett and familyof the> dining room had beautiful ';ii
hold the Third Quarterly Conference Recognition! (Star) A- Seoul, Korea Mr. and Mrs. drjstal chanOellers fiorn Italy.
and will be the speaker .y ward. I Iroy tones and Amy or Harlem Ml the dining, looms are beautifully -
WILLIAMSDAVISFred of the hour. All leadersare The son of Mr. and Mrs. (G.t. 'Mso Mrs. I hoy Green decorated. Hits occasion SI02 Door Sedan.'t6Sal
Williams of 732 Keller asked to see their mem- James L. Andrews of StarkeIs and Mleen and Mr. and :Mrs.\ was honoring the birthday oflommy's ID tf..,. Mm.*. Wife" f> at' and engine'
St., Starke announces the bers. All boards are asked to a senator In the Student (h' re Pierce and Audrey of brother, Jimmy, f..c rt..l..a.il.e.1U.u..N.., j kl|}Q 0'Sh< i adetl trout Uuckndi
engagement and approaching have written reports. Government, a member of the, 1looker.! UUicrs attending the, (June 113)\ Tom my'S sister's "..''eA'- 01 .r ,i upt'Istred
marriage of his niece Sonja The success of this activity; Interact Science, and Drama picnic were :M\ r.and Mrs.! bliUdii, Keiky (dune 19), and O..iuoolb>
Constanet Williams daughterof depends on each member doing Clubs, captain of the 1970 1111.5track stokes and Mrs. G.F'IcGau:\ lommj's son's birthday June LANGLEYDA'SUN'
Mrs. Suzanna Williams and his or her part team, and has won first! lej i of 1'ti.itKi."n 21.fter dliuier the, waitress wwno
the late Prof. L.A. Williams The Sunday School Convention place In the, Region IV Science ( i nda\ afternoon, lime 18, brought out ,i cake with three '
to Murell Douglas Davis, son will be In session July 7, 8 Fair itoj '.ieen cut his hand when spna' Idel s on It for tie blrth- ::
of Mrs. Alma Davis and the and 9th In Jacksonville. All lie Is proudest, Andrews says his boat motor caught fire. lie dil) tfiests.
late Mr. Davis of St. Augus members are asked to please r of his science achievement.Andrews was milled to the' emergency On lied lunc 10, Bradleo .
tine.The cooperate with this activity.; Is also expected to be a room n"", \l:icliujdeneral, ; t Hospital ( ohud a birthday party at Sedans Wagon ,Pickup -Sports Cart
marriage will take placeat top Class A hurdler on the' school in his kindergartenclass Close-By In Southwest Jacksonville
6 p.m. Saturday June 26, FATALLY INJURED 1971 track team with a good Mrs. Khan's room. Along -
chance to take the Class "' DiooKci Daptlst Church 284 S Edjewood At Cot it Aye.
In*Bethel Baptist Church witha funeral services Mrs.Ella with his fellow students : "
reception following at the Wees Duncan wife of Rev. B. championship In the high hurd Nrookcr News: i lie'' 'uiilor hurrh:r holr of the his cousins from !New Orleans Ph 381-3621 J
Holiday Inn, Starke. All friends Duncan of Lawtey, were held les. 'aptlst went attended the party. Also his

and. relatives: .. are. }Invited. at 2 p.m.:!! Saturday. at.the Greater : -. ....-.... ..,
lie unuv-eieci is a graduate uc me i rreewui uaonsi
of RJE High School and Church Starke,with Rev.G.G.
Florida Memorial College. She McArthur offclating. Burial Star StudentAt
Is a member of the FMC Choir was In Pine Grove Cemetery
and Is presently teaching in under direction of Dorsey Funeral Bradford STARKE'SLOWEST
Brevard County.; Home. 0
The bridegroom attended Mrs. Duncan died Wednesday High School
Florida Memorial College,ma- June 16, as the resultof
bring In business administration. Injuries received when the
.He is a member of the car she was driving was struck Jimmy Andrews, a junior at FOOD
College Veterans Club. by a freight train at the State Bradford High has been selec-
Road 225 crossing in Lawtey. ted as the school's star student PRICES !
Besides her husband, she Is a
by tike FlorIda State Chamber -
DELL CHAPTER OES survived by one daughter Mrs. of Commerce.: The award :uo S. WALNUT ST.
Winifi-ed Mays, Miami, a stepfather -
annually goes to a Junior who SUPERMARKETS
All Dell OES members
are James lord, Lake City; ,
invited to be guests of the Ma- one grandson, and one brother
sons Sunday at Greater Beth- Rev. Jasper Williams, Jack- Baton Lessons
lehem Free Will Baptist Church sonllle. Also BONUS BUYS GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3O 1971. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESIRVID.M .
surviving are
3 to celebrate St. John's
Day.p.m.All members are askedto three relatives.sisters and many other Begin July 6

cooperate with this activity; M

CHURCH ACTIVITIES ._ MANhrihPJ' AFFALWIPEOU Interested As a reminder In taking for baton all practico girls- t IT1 t1AhI4 ut ki

f!u ut says Rec DIr. Gene Ray- !i 9
Greater Bethlehem Freewill burn, I lessons will begin Tuesday W'
Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper
Williams pastor. Vacation the,Pratt July St.6!,enter at 4 p.m. at _ _.ar_ __ _

School started Monday, June Lessons will be given for _
21, hours 5 to 8 p.m. The general beginner or advanced, one, two
public Is Invited to attend. or three baton and will beheld
21-25. The Theme Is "Doing each Tuesday from 4-5
Our Thing for Jesus". Friday P.m.
night the Pallbearers will meet The fee will be $2 for one
and render a program at Greater month's lessons and batons will
Allen church at 8 p.m. The L' be provided. To register call
public Is Invited to attend. Sat-
or come by the Recreation Dept.
urday there will be selling from I In soy language-forest fire..pelt The Instructor will be Sue Bon-
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Joseph Hoffman 79, I t t .. !
of Stark. died Monday Brad- J
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ford County Hospital after an : } y N .
extended Illness. Born InYugo- ; [
slavla on April 10, 1892 he .
was a retired car
of the KIngsley Lake area ( 422 N. St, Clair St.. Starke.Sunday Sunday School 9:43 a.m. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. AT
the pest four years. He Sunday School :i45 a.m. School, 10 ajn. MornIng Morning. Worship II a.m.Youth 301 North, behind Tastes Services
Morning Worship 11 Youth Schedule of :
Edward's s.m. Worship 11 .,m. Sunday Drive In. Sunday
member at St. Fellowship 6 Pom.Choir Practice Frees 10:00
olic Church. I Service 6:00p.m.: E"'nInIwor- Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night.Wednesday. Wednesday 8 p.m. School, 10.m. Worship Service Sunday Bible Study 11:00
Worship a.
7 Morning
Surviving Is his wife : ship pjn.Thursday 7:30: p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer a.m. 7:00
night Prayer Meet Evening Worship : pjn.
of Meeting Friday 7:30: p.m. Service 7:30 Wednes m.
Ine Hoffman Klngsley ; : p.m.
Mrs. Ann 7:30 p.m. _Rev.. Y.W. Kldd pastor. All other Evenings8:00p.m: .
Luke Pastor
cho, Akron,, Ohio and Mrs. >l> Ivy day.Leroy Olive, pastor E.L. HAMPTON CHRlallATJ

Maluke, Alemedal Calif.; SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Gratis associate pastor. CHURCH
son, Hoffman BAPTIST CHURCH LAKE BAPTIST Ing Worship, H.Training Union, Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
Leandro, Calif.; three 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services School 9:30: ; Training 6:30. Evening Wornhip, 7:30.: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship U ajn. Evening
Mrs. UsttnaKopf and Mrs. 10 Sunday Worship, -James Shaw, pastor -
: Sunday School ajn. Morning Worship LeRoy Dalrymple BROOKER
10:15 a.m.;
both of Union :
rence Wlahberger Preaching 11 a.m. Training U- Sunday School 10 Worship .
11 a.m.; Evening Worship, a.m. -
and Mrs.
ron, Ohio 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship p.m.i Prayer Meeting 7:30' BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Services, 11 a.m. and 7p.m.
Kamp, Cleveland Ohio. 7 p.m Everyone welcome. 7:30 ; Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Training. Union. 8 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Funeral services were -Wilbur Dyess, pastor. Wednesday. Rev. Lacy Conway Pastor. BROOKER FLA.
Monday morning In Pastor Rev. Robert West. bur Worship. 11 a.m.: Evening
Ohio. DeWitt C. Jones Worship 7:30 p.m.; Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday -
Home was In charge of CHURCH OF GOD Meeting, 7:30: GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH School, 10 a.m. Ron Bris-
arrangements. OF PROPHECY BROOKER NEW RIVER BAPTIST -Rev. J.C. Saunders, pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor- tol, Superintendent.Training Union -
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn. 6:43: p.m. Lowell Douglas,
Sunday School, 10 ajm. MornIng ning Worship, H a.m. and 7
80, Worship 11 a.m. Young ing Worship, U a.m. Training MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Director. Worship Services II
Jas. D. Brewer 1 People's Service, 6 p.m. Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday! P.m.Rev.. John Ross pastor. a.m., 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw music -
Services HeldIn Evangelistic Service, 7 pjm. 8 p.m. Wednesday Night School 11 a.m. Morning Worship director.
service, 7:30 p.m. Everyone 6 Training Union
Wednesday Prayer Meeting( p.m. EVERGREEN BAPTIST
Jones Chapel 7:30: pjn. Come and worship welcome. 7 p.m. Evening Worship. 125 Northwest of HEILBRONN BAPTIST
with us. L.L. Parker, pastor. Wednesday 7:30: Prayer Ser Highway CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.
School 10
Lawtoy. Sunday a.m.
-Rev. Bobby Harris, pastr vlc... Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.
James D. Brewer, 51, of Morning Worship 11:15.: Sun-
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper Pastor Morning Worship, H. Training
toy died Saturday after a GREATER day Night Service, 7:39: p.m.
gering Illness lie was BETHLEHEM Sunday School 10 a.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Service -
FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a.m. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
in Stone County Ark. on 7:30 p.m. Rev. Albert Knight,
Cor. Ash &
20, 1920 and was a ; Chestnut Sunday Services Booster Band. Young Sunday School 9:45 ajn.; pastor. Service, 7:30.:
farmer. School: 9:30: : Morning Worship People and Prayer Service), 6 Morning Worship. 11 a.m.EvenIng -Rev. L. Tommy Howe
Ili League, tp.m.N Service, Evening Worship 7 p.m. Worship 7 Wed. Prayer pastor.
Surviving Is his mother p.m. p.m.; -
{ ; p.m. -- Rev. Jasper Williams BAPTIST CHURCH
Autie Brewer Lawtey ; Midweek Service Wednesday. Meeting and Bible Study 7
daughter, Diane Brewer ; pastor 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland, P.m. Study on Book of Psalms. Sunday.School. 9:45: a.m.;. CHURCH
Worship, II a.m,EvenIng -
one son, Larry Brewer; ; Pastor. G.F. Prevatt pastor. Everyone ,Worship, 7:30 p.m, Mid- LATTER DAY SAINTS
brothers, Otis and ; In week Bible Study, Wednesday 1404 E. Bessent Road
Brewer both of Lawtey ; STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH .
; 7:30 p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a.
Brewer, Mlddleburg three ; Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning (Highway 100 at Theressa)
; Be In church Sunday m. Sunday ScV -l 1,10. a.m. Sacrament
ters Mrs. Marie Crawford Worship, 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School- ajn.Morn- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Mrs. Ruby Grlffls! both of ; .. MYF groups 8 p.m. Ing Worship 11 a.m. Train Sunday Service:Sunday School Frank Jarvis pastor.ST. Monday 6-p.m.Mia 7:30:
toy, and Mrs. Carrie Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal ing Union 6:30 p.m. ; Even- 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, Tuesday Primary pan 4:30
Poplar Bluff Ark. 7p.m. Pra) Funeral services were 7:30: ; Chancel: Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Night Prayer Services p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun MARY'S CATHOLIC 7:30 p.m.Jesse Society
at 11 a.m. Monday In 7:45.: 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle day 6:30: P.m. CHURCHMACCLENNY D. Branson Branch
Memorial Chapel with Rev. -DeWitt T. Farabee. Jr. Packham, pastor. -J.C. Brown minister Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy President.
bert Knight officiating. )ay Mass, 5:30: pjn.
ment was inl Dyal Cemetery LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL.
der direction of DeWlttC. HOLINESS CHURCH

Funeral Home. Sunday School 9:43: : a.m.; r----------------------------------; : :I' !:: !, :: :, : : ;j .) :.; \ ": : i ) '\: ;;, '
Morning Worship II a.m. Youth
Maxville Service 6 p.m.; Evening Worship ,
7 p.m.Tuesday. I tf F
Stop and at Prayer Meeting( 7:30: 11.
1 yI ( 1"
RestaurantJ&S p.m.Rev.
W.B. Chauncey,pastor
I ?1 What I it man Thou modest him to have dominion over the works of thy honrfi" jt Z j

Open 24 Hrs, jil NORTHSIDE CHURCH BAPTIST I God has blessed man and given him the right and ;power. to rule over hi.. ."';! f fi

Ample Dally Parking \'*% f 0 ; -- 9:45:Sunday; Sunday Morning School II.Worship Sunday, ar i cieutlon. As man has needs, God has given him the knowledge and ability ('of f fto .

Evening Worship 8 p.m.Train 1ft meet these needs. Pictured here in only one of many such triumph :.t .
Visit Our) Gift Shop ; I
; ing Union 7:30.Thursday : Our blessed. Let each intern!
nation has particularly) been u* Sunday : t
.Call 289-5111 For Take Teachers and Of- .
Jet. 301 & 228 ; fleers Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer : worship services and give thanks. to our Lord, who I III to freneroun. ?

.. Naxvllle: Florida Meeting! 7:30.Edward: ; 'if ,
; ; C. Harvey, pastor.

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Sunda/School 10 a.m. MornIng O/+ ..... If) ,
r Worship II a.m. Youth Ser .
vice 6 pjf. Evening Worship I .
Business 7:30 pjn.
In .
Rev. Neal Starling, pastor.

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Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng -; .
Worship, 11 ..m.; Evening
,I i Worship, 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer 4il ,
Sales and Service Meeting and Bible Study, .4

.7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- (9C1 .
Parrish Motors f-, every Monday, 7 p.m. -
G.F. r .
: Prevatt pastor. Everyone
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Always Good 'Hied Can Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday 1.IAl .
M HIM Ini kr Imni hi MifiibwHi W.h..l
Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass to
Ml Laura St. Ph. 35S-5 I : ; 7 p.m. f 91 pawnM i Hit Itvl dLI f /. A* t r,mmtflt
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School of Religion: 11 # In..eel pun 1/(,...Mllh IMuld.//.1 I
Grade School Sunday
PEAVY Brother.Electric Ah OMitk IM DM uki tt HH nHiit, II tun- r
a.m. to 12 noon.
High School -- Wednesday ,.t.tt I Vt' all tut IMi IwMli h>..4 Hwl. knmo,
Co., 7 to 8 p.m. t In pan.. IhwddMN Ind pMd/.I. aAh r),
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Electric MotorsSold ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL :?/ .M I n!,, tom tr4 /.d.,. tin (nidi wtwkdm CV
Mti hMi frtt liw .hill .I
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Rewinding- Holy Eucharist. let and 3rd ..", Mrs p:t"QD:t 'Qp a QD!t s I Ia
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Rwtsevelt Mail-08 ning Worship at 11. Whore 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Phone 964-5745 for FREE AIR CONDITION SERVICE
Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening
WESTERN STORE ship, 7:30. Wednesday Prayer Hiway 301 and 100 Inspections and Estimates All Minor Repaint

Meeting, 7:30.: --Rev. Leon T. .10 S. Temple Starke
Odom, Jr., pastor. 617 N. Temple Ave Starke



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Celebration July 3 I

Keystone Hilites Phil} WrightServices Officers ,

By GLORIA Man Keystone Heights Is heading by the Keystone Heights Rotary -
REDFEARN Keystone IIl Subdue 1 for its biggest annual weekend Club to help finance the
Please Coll 473-3288 or 473.4182 y when "Our Country Uny" combined : annual Swim Program, which

Phil Wright 71, of Keystone In Melrose with Keystone on Parade opens :Monday, July 5. Hsh dinners -
and the opening FIsh Fry of will be served at $1.50
The Inauguration Of the new dead
Tuesday, June 29, with the ribhon Heights, was on arrivalat
for adults
United Postal Service on July cutting and Bradford County Hospital the Rotary Swim program will and $1 for children.
celebrated In reception at bring hundreds of visitors to From 6 to 8 p.m. the 2nd
will bo Key the
1, City Hall at 10 last Friday afternoon, following -
stone Heights from 3 to 4 p.m. open the Arts and Crafts a.m. to a sudden Illness. Officers tried reason but finally the shores of Lake Geneva annual Hoataram.i will be held
Post master Gladys A. hiltsinvitee Show. Born In Herscher, 111. on Oct. had to use mace to bring KOI' will be opened with. a with decorated bontaofall kinds

all members of the com ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW 5, 1899, he was a retired cera- knue-brandlshlng ,Frank Crum ribbon-cutting ceremony and and shapes parading from the
Artists mic engineer and a member of of Melrose under control Friday reception at 10 a.m. Tuesday, starting place near Nelson's;
Oil aioerfe h may bring their entries June 29 at the city hall. There Point poet the
for registration the Episcopal Church. lie had police report. Installs reviewing standat
ments and a social hour with the day, June 27, from 2 to on 5 Sun- lived In Keystone Heights for Crum, 39, kept officers of Keystone Rotary will be a special exhibit of Keystone Beach. Prizes will
p.m. agenciesat of the Lake be awarded
who comprise the or the past four law enforcement scenes Region pointed for the best decorated -
Monday seven
employees June years.
U,S. Postal Service. Free sou- to 5 p.m.FLEA a.m. Surviving is his wire Joan bay for about 45 minutes Officers( by artists in the Keystone- bouts; In several categories -
venir commemorative enve- Harrison Wright, Keystone Wednesday, June 16, while they Melrose area about 50 years .
will be passed out to each MARKETThe Heights; four daughters, Mrs. tried to talk him into letting. ago. This free exhibit will be Live entertainment will be
lopes and can purchasea Mary Jane Oliver Wichita them take him to a hospital. Bill llamrlck of Jacksonville, ton Rushton presented Mr. open dally from 10 a.m. to 4 provided by the lions Club
you "flea ,
customer commemorative stamp the Masonic market" will be at Falls, Texas Mrs. Catherine But Crum, bleeding from an a past District! Governor of Hardenbergh with a Past Pre- p.m. through July <6 i, but will from 5 to 8 p.m. and the final
new Hall on Saturday, ; apparently self-inflicted knife Rotary for two terms, installednew sident's pin, and 'Jim Whar- be closed July 4. event or the day will be a
and have It cancelled at July Smith Rosemount Minn. Mrs.
8tf 10. This ,. ;
for event Is the ideal
ton with
the him
wound and still brandishing officers of the Keystone presented a plaque.- fireworks display singed by the
local Post Office with the time to get rid of Joan Hair, Chagrin Falls, Ohio;
your but your salable and Mrs.lielenPortlk Houston knife, threatening officers and Heights Club as a highlight of Committee appointments for OUR! COUNTRY I DAY \oluntecr Fire Department
Service booklets no longer ,
date. Postal needed household Texas two brothers Theodore himself, said he would not be the Ladies !Night: banquet last the new year, starting In July, The second annual "Our starting at dark.
will be available to customers! articles. This has always beena Wright; Herscher III., and John taken alive, Alachua County Friday evening. are: Attendance, John Brown; Country Day" will be held at ,A HOP Holiday [food Sale
Idea ,
designed to give a clearer popular and profitable day Wright Washington State and 16 sheriffs department spokesmen Pictured at Ole installationare Classifications, Myron Prevail Keystone Beach starting with! will also be held Saturday, July -
of what the U.S. Postal ServiceIs for sellers and buyers. Free grandchildren. ; said. (from left): l wlght Arnold, Sr,; Fellowship, Bland a Ski Show from 4 to 5:30: p.m. 3, starting at 9 a.m. at the
how It plans to serve the admission to "Browsers". Visit Funeral services heldat Crum was disturbed about secretary-treasurer; W.ll. Ware and George Manning; From 5 to 7 p.m. the openIng Keystone Water Co.

public better and what each the snack bar. 7:30: p.m. Saturday were In Jones family problems, lawmen said. Hardenbergh, vice president; Magazine, (rev. Bill Jones; fish fry will be sponsored
person can do to help the Pos Memorial Chapel Keystone Finding they were getting nowhere Bill hamrick. installing officer Membership, Roy Watkins; SWIMMING PROGRAM! 1

tal Service do a better Job. WORKSHOPThe Heights, with Father, Maurice officers went Into the ; Jim Wharton, president; Program, Kev. Stewart Mc. Children six ears old and

Imhoff officiating. Intermentwas house and used mace to subdue Jim Chesslngton and Bill\ Bartlett Cord; Public Relations, Pas- TV)out* Siuulu older may register at the fish
GIRL SCOUTS DAY CAMP Workshop at Dunncllon In Columblana County Memorial Crum. lie was charged with board of directors. DIrectors chal Carr and Roy Bridges; I'orSki Show fry on July 3 for the annual
Mrs.John Rowe 473.4086w111 for Clubs of District 5, FFWC' taken to I Hush- Swim
Park In East aggravated assault, not In photograph were Rotarv InfnrmaHnn nn Program starting: Monday -
be In charge of the Day Campto was held early in June. The Ohio. Liverpool, Alachua General Hospital for Mike Faikel and MeL Tavlor. ton; Sergeant-at-Arms, Tom At Ke stout' Ill.... < July 5, at the Hcach.
> be held at Seminole Springs, delegates representing the Wo- treatment of the cut on his The Keystone Heights Wo- I'elllcer--under Jim Chessin- Classes) will be conducted b>

Orange Springs, from July 6 man's Club of Keystone Heights wrist and then to Alachua County man's Club was the setting gton, chairman club service. qualified MCA Instructors,
through the 16th. For any Information were: Mrs. A. Williams, Mrs. Jail. for the annual banquet which Emplo: )<,r-employee Kela- A preview of Ute big ski and will be held from I to 3

and applications John Bird, Mrs. K. Liggett, Lawmen from the Bradford was servedbuffetstyle by members tlons, Charles Hutchlnson; 4- show which will be held at P.m., July 5-9, and July 12-

please call Mrs. Rowe. and Mrs. Henry Schuber. NEWS NOTESBy Sheriff's Department Waldo of the woman's club. Pre- Way Test, Jim Robbins, Occu- the July 3 celebration at Key- 16.

The Junior Girl Scouts along SCHOLARSHIP Policeman James Huckaba, and ceding the dinner, a social hour pational Information, Eldon stone Beach was seen last Sat- The program: will be concluded -
with the Boy Scouts will parti- state participated a- Kimmons Trade and Professional urday when try-outs were heldon with
The annual scholarship givenby Helen V. tgan troopers, was enjoyed from 6:30: to 7:30 ; an Awardslght
cipate in the Our Country Day Senior and Junior Woman's long with the Alachua forces. bv members of the club and Relations, Don Morgan- Lake Geneva. fish fry' :at the beach on I l'rI-

Program on Saturday, July 3. Clubs of Keystone Heights was The activity; attracted a size- their Kotaryanns and other under Mike Falkel, chairman The following skllers participated day, Jul) 16.
They will assist people with : able crowd of citizen specta- : In Ole tryouts:
awarded to Miss Dinae Para EGAN NOTES guests. Each lady was presen- Vocational Service.
small chldren and older peo- Two column slalom (shoulder U; )n.l'| \ 'I 101 Itvn: ;
des. Mrs. Earl Voyles. Presi- EASTERN STAR tors. ted with a gold compact,. em- Community Safety, Wally
ple at the Rotary Fish Fry. dent of the Woman's Club, made The I Keystone Chapter of OES bossed with the notary seal, Muhlhofer; Interact AI Watson Sam on Baker shoulder Mike): Glenn Heck Baker, Kick, The KOI' (kilt: Tournament

the presentation at the Com- 279 held its final meeting on as a memento of the occasion. and Mike Falkel; Rural-Urban, will get under way Wednesday,
HERE N' THERE mencement excercise at Keystone June 15 until the reopening on Peter W. MorganTo llamrlck, who Is an outstand- Bill Baker; Student Loans, Beck.Chair Disc Sam Baker. July 7, with, tee-off times of
Mrs. Walter Muhlhofer hosteda School. October 5. During the summer Leave Sunday ing Florida Rotarian, outlinedthe Charles Rider; Student Guests, on : 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. The 18-
tea honoring all members of hiatus, a birthday covered dish duties of each officer and Myron Prevatt, Jr.; Youth, Dr. Pyramid: Kyle McMurtry, hole blind partners tournament

the Past Nightingale Circle of DINNER: CATEREDThe supper will be held on August For I Joys Slate stressed tile Importance of No- Phil Parsons; Entertainment! Jr., Brokas Terry Chrlstoffers Debbie Jones, Mickey DIana Is open to men, women, and

the Community Church on Mon Woman's Club cateredthe 21, the birthday of Founder Ho- tary's role in betterment of Huntley Redfearn, Sr.under Nail. juniors. 'An\one hiring or visIting -

day afternoon at her home In installation dinner of the bert Morris. every community in which It :Mel Taylor, chairman Community I In the Lake Region with
Peter W of Mr. Trick ski: Tommy :Manning
Keystone Club Estates. The Keystone Heights Rotary Club Worthy Matron Mattle Lee Morgan, son has' a club. ; Service.International an established 18-hole handicap -

Nightingales were the original for 90 members and guestson Kingsbury and Worthy Patron and Mrs. II.L. Morgan of Key-Sun- Watt Hardenberg, outgoing Youth, Fremont Slalom Barefoot: Woody Andy Manning Albrltton. Is eligible. Fntr fee, S3. :
will leave :
Circle and were under the Friday, June 18. Floyd Koons conducted the regular stone Heights, president, served as master- Tolles; Rotary F'oundationE.T. The MP Homemade Ice
leadership of Mrs.James Cook, business of the order. day, July 27, to attend Boys of-ceremonles, and Jim Whar- Martin; World Community Ser- Kite, barefoot:: Fred Hugging; Cream !Social and Game; Mpht; :

Chairman, and Mrs. Arthur :::.':' :::: :: :::::: ::::::;::: :::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::: ::::::: Associate Matron Betty Sikes State In Tallahassee. lie Is ton, incoming president, out- vice, Dr. .1. Salazar-- under trick ski, Guy Odom; slalom Tom-, will be held at K p.m. I rldjj,
Mike Shultz trick ski
Manerlng, Co-Chairman, for reported that several of the sponsored by KeystoneMelrose lined some of his objectives 11111 Bartlettchalrman Inter- ; .1111)l l !9), at the Woman's Club.
the past few years. INDIAN BEACH members who have been 111 are American Legion Post 202. for the year national Service. Jones.my Stalnaker; slalom, Joy \dmlsslun $1.25. Make ,leser-

fearn Mr. and and Mrs.daughter Robert, Christy Red-, (Lake Santa Fe) now back, at Bill home., is able Ruby to Heed'shusband be out Peter Council Is president, president of the of Student Ole- ::::::::::::::::.::.::.::.::_::_:.::.::,:::.::.:.,:.::_,::.:,.:.::,.:,_:,.::.:,::,_::.:,"::::_:,.::.::.::.:,.::":::::,:.::.:::":::.:::"::"::::.:"::.::. ...:__:.,:..:,.:..:..:n.':_:_:'.:..:..n.nn.,:':.:<<::. .:_.:..:..>.:.( outs The will next be practice held at and 2 p.m.try- ,call.
have moved to Keystone from again, after hospitalization. Senior Class of 1972, and Student -
Michael II. ChltlyffffffffffA Sunday, June 27, at Keystone '
By: MELROSE By Olga Westmoreland I I'IFMM.'M; \: : I II
Mlramer and have Executive
purchasedthe the
but still
Hall Is home -
: :: ::::: :::: : Daisy Representative Beach All others wishing to
: :: ::: Phone 475-1612 VftftfSA:::: : ::: Phone 415-1482 The I Mulhofer home on East confined to her bed, and can Committee of the l''rA. participate should bring their

Lakeview Drive. Greetings, friends and neigh- have visitors. Blanch Cunningham all of the Keystone Heights ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':.:::::.:.:.:.:':.:':.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:'..:.:.:,:.:.:,:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: own skis, ropes, and boat at 10 will from be 8 held !Saturday to 5, July
Sympathy is extended to Mrs. bors, from your Rolling-Repor is also home from Bradford High School. this time and a.m. p.m.
Joan Wright whose husband, ter, who is glad to be back Hospital and able to go a- MFLROSFNOIICi :Mrs Mary i Cook and Miss Iva at the Masonic< Ball Persons
E.P. (Phil) Wright passed away home. I had a nice visit with bout town. Hazel McKay Is pro- lie was the 5th District win- !: :: this Hllber.\ Second place, Mrs. place.Man with antiques or "j"ll'l"c"'rc;'
of the Oratorical Contestof Headers, please note /t'Iros4'' invited (to rent stalls and show
last week. Burial is In East my grandparents, Hubert and gressing nicely at home after ner Fern Baker and :Mrs. Sella 1
the American Legion this reporter has a new telephone their \dinlsslun is fee
Liverpool, Ohio. Mr. Wrightwas several weeks in the Medical Mrs. Roland wares
Palma Chitty, in Starke, but Please call Miner. Third place,
a ceremlcs engineer and you see It's like this, I've Center at Gainesville.The year. number, neWS Byran and 'Mrs.. C.Vv Chnrgcdtith/ \\ to brow ers. j
me whenever you have any\" )KOT'"Craft; Classes In1.1.crame' ..
Is survived by four daughters, been spoiled. We have air conditioning Worthy Matron announced with Home. Fourth place, )Mrs.Ray -
Along outstanding boys wish Violnlit;
that published.
notes you / ) (ho art of creative
IS grandchildren, and 2 bro at home, and my' with regret that Mrs. from all over Florida, Peter mond Crabtree and Mrs, W.J. Skiing ,
will in
thers. grandparents don't. And whenva Janet I lay nor and her aunt, Mrs. will spend the week at Talla- PIANO RECITAL Grollck. knotting, be: taught; ; a
Sympathy Is also extendedto let used to an air conditioned Madeline Blakely, of Half Moon Winners Thursday, June 10, series of six two-hour classes -
the A
learning) workings Florence W, Janes piano Instructor Melrose man, George F. and
Mondays 'Thursdays
Mrs. E.F. Allshouse whose have to do Lake will be moving to Orlando First Mr. and Mrs. AI
home, then ya of State Government, and will presented her Spring Herzog, has been charged with July 12 and 29 at Die Uoman'sClub.
husband passed away lastweek. without It It to Especially before the next chapter meet- Bachmann. Second place, Mr.
gets ya. return home on July 3. Student Recital Monday night, violation of the law regulatingthe \Registration will U; at
Burial was In Pennsylvania. when the temperaturesgets Ing. June 7 at 7:30 In Faith Pres- and Mrs. Raymond Starnes. operation of boats towing
: desk fall
thert show or
Mr and Mrs. Lee Sutton have up around 98 degrees. Worshipful Master Winton byterian Church. Students partIcipating Third place, Mr. and Mrs Mike water skiers. Instruction
been his Mr. Keeth of Melrose Masonic Fourth place, Mrs. 4734138. Embroidery -
visiting parents, in that area where Mrs. All- the Falkel. In filed Mondayin
on program were a complaint will also be given In the
and Mrs. Harold Sutton, on PERSONALS Lodge announced that the Family shouse will visit for a time. Sonny Janes, Mike Ramsey,Janet Mary Cook and Mrs. G.W. the Bradford Courthouse, afternoons.KEYSTONE.

Little Lake Keystone. Thursday night, Otis Melton Covered Dish Supper, spon- Her brother and wife recently Janes, Elisa 1'ealeShannon; (lardy Game Officer J.C, Hubner

and I visited Granny Copeland sored by the lodge In coopera- moved to Bradenton and were 1 Powell, Linda Ingle, Jimmy One or more persons have charged that Herzog was operating -
COFFEE FOR BRIDEELECTMiss In Alachua General Hospital, tion with the Eastern Star, will with her In Keystone Heights. Ramsey, Stanley Kstes, Jimmy been opening mall boxes on a boat on Santa Fe

where she was undergoing some be held at 6:30p.m.: on Tuesday, Neale, John Sarvan, Dona road S-219 and have been opening Lake on June 19 while towing
Diane Brokas was hon- tests. Granny is doing pretty June 29, at the Masonic Hall. PERSONALS Pacem, Darla Brumbaugh, the letters. It Is presumed a skier without a rear view
ored at Coffee Saturday I Otis and for the social hour PInon that (the culprits are children,
a on good now. visited Hostesses Mr. and Mrs. William Jeanie Yeoman and Maurv mirror or an observer In the
morning by Mrs. Robert Men- his parents, Lonnie and Nor- were Mrs. Ruth Mitchell and of Smith Lake have returned Mayberry, Bobby Neale; Cathy so parents warn your children boat.
zen at her home on White ma, for a little while nearly Mrs. Doris Sunderland. from LeRoy and Lawrence, Kan. Poppell. Duets were per- that mailboxes and contents are Hubner cited Sec.371.54 of the HEIGHTS
Sands Lake. The coffee table every night last week. Satur- after a seven weeks businessand formed m Dawn U.S. Government property and Florida Statutes charging Her
was beautifully decoratedwith day, my parents, James and FELLOWSHIP CLUB pleasure trip. They atten- by Brumbaugh, that punishment for tamperingwith
Neale Ellsa Neale;
a white cloth and spring Cricket, and I went to Gainesville Game-Fun Day will be held ded memorial services on Decoration Bobby ,Shan- the mall can be severe. zog.Herzog
flowers. Pouring were Miss to see Granny.While there, at 1:30: p.m. today (Thursday) Day In memory of their non Poppell Powell and,Sonny Linda Janes, Cher}'1 Mr. and Mrs. Simon Ilolcomb posted a $26 bond, DIRECTORY
Anita Menzen and Miss Chris- we visited my uncle and aunt, In the Lions Club. Some so- son Wm. E. Pinon, a veteran and son, Anthony, along with
tine Brokas. Roy and Teenie Crenshaw, and Journers have returned from faraway of World War B. Mrs. Pinon were served their niece, Miry. Elizabeth
Miss Lisa Eland, daughter children. pldces and It Is hoped enjoyed attending the annual after the recital.PERSONALS Wilkes, all of Jacksonville, are Hole in Your Hoof{ S.E. McKAY. REALTOR

of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Eland Raymond and Gladys Mal- they will once again be withus. high school alumni reunion vacationing for two weeks on :

flew to Scottsdale Ariz with phurs of Jacksonville, were Gift-wrapped prizes are banquet. She was the lone mem- Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Vaupol, Lake Serena. A K<-,' .linn' ""'/lilt. ,'i- iSlf.

Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Davis down at their lake home over part of the program, plus a ber of her alumni class of her along with sons, Arnold and :: WHOLEIEV Appraisal,
and family following the wed- the weekend. rent payment of 10 cents or graduating year. Her many John, of Urbana, Iowa recently IiA nervierI '
ding of their daughter, Diane, Barbara Barrows of Jackson- more contribution. friends of LeRoy are looking enjoyed a week's stay with Mrs. AlligatorProducts I flee M.*st in 1 ukefron. ( *

to Dan Nell. Lisa will spend ville, spent the weekend with forward to the September annual Vaupel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Home, Acreages, R."celeASSOCIATES .
several weeks with former Key- her parents, Mr.and Mrs.Daryl COMMUNITY CHURCH Golden Wedding Celebration Art Wheeler, on Lake Santa Fe. HOOF

stoners, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Barrows. The Barrows' grandson Weekly Calendar Events-: which Is held each year Former residents. Margaretand .

Darden and family. While there Andy, will spend most of Sunday evenings from 7 to 8 In Pinon Park, named for their James Hobbins, spent Saturday Are BannedThe J & J Roofing Co. .
the Darden's plan to show her this Summer with them. p.m. the Senior High Youth son, William E. with Macle and Bill AlIen Mrs.' M rlh n ll. n 473-4740

sites of interest in Arizonaand Dolph and Shirley Reddish Fellowship Group hold their Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen on Lake Geneva. The Robbing Phone 961-8778 < al. | ChiKilnidon, 473-4679

also In Mexico. and children, of Starke spent meetings. Every Wednesday of Raiford visited his parents, now live in Jacksonville. Hiway 301 South L. J K oh In, ion 71-404
Sunday with her parents, Mr. eveningBible Study with Pastor Mr. and Mrs. James R. Chas- Other guests spending the week- Florida alligator will receive PM.rh.' C.rr 473-49111

WOMAN'S CLUB and Mrs. D.W. Carpenter. Mrs. Stewart McCoard at 7:30: teen of Lake Geneva on Father's end with Macle and Bill wereMacte's an additional measure of
The annual KOP (KeystoneOn David Reid and sons came Mon- p.m. Day. sister and children, protection as a result of legis- */" -\*"

Paradeprogram) sponsored day, and the five grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. Hill Brannonand Mrs. Jessie Bradley, Gall, lation enacted during the 1970

by the Woman's Club of Key- SPECIAL: July 27 The Jun- children of Birmingham, Craig and Bobby from Talla session. The 1970 law which
stone Heights, will begin on (Con't on next Page) ior High Fellowship CookOutwill Ala. were Father's Day guestsat hassee. Also Mr. and Mrs.Mixllaakof prohibits the sale of products take

be held at the Eklund Home the Roy Bridges home. Palatlta. made from alligator or croco-
from 4 to 7 p.m. Mrs. A.F. Crosby, former Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Logsdonof dile hides will lake effect July
Continued interest In the Sun Keystoner and neighbor of Mrs. Orlando visited Mr.and Mrs. 1 1,1971.

day morning worship services Olive Stevens and Mrs. Mibel E.M.! Robinson over the week- a sportsman's
According to Major Brantley ,
tar indicates many visitors and Husband, Is visiting in their end. The Robinson' daughter! Goodson, chief I.aw Enforcement -

newcomers In this Lake regionare Mrs. Andrew Dunk and child- Division of tlie Game and
t CQP Is making church attendance home for a time. We hope she ren of Orlando spent a few days Fresh Water Fish Commission retreatAND
An can be back with us frequently visiting with them before leavIng -
their first obligation. early tile possession of alligator \ -
Recent House guests of Rev for Virginia to be with :Mr.
morning service Is at 8:30: and products In store ware-
and Mrs. Milton Scripture, of Dunk.
the remlar 11 a.m. service with houses firms .
Brooklyn Lake, were Mr. and Miss Olga Westmoreland Is manufacturing WEAR YOURSELF OUT. *
Pastor McCord conductingboth or retail place of business will
Mrs. Alfred Holtinner.The Hoi- spending several weeks in Miami -
services. tinners are bee-keepers and working and visiting with be prohibited after July I I. Playing our 6.966 yard championship golf course
Pastor McCord conducted the
Le- moved their 800 colonies from her aunt and uncle Mr. and "Alligator products mean Freshwater fishing in Crystal RIver ',
funeral service for
bert at graveside on Saturday Hillbert, Wls. to Clermont Mrs. L.W. Chlldress. and Include, but are not limited .. Salt water fishing, in the Gulf & Its tributaries'Playing

June 12. He( also conducted ser- the orange blossom season. !Melrose now has two family to, the refined products tennis on our all-weather courts
vices at Jones Chapel for Earl Large trucks, covered In net, recreation centers, featuring made from any part of an alligator Hunting on nearby private preserves
Allshouse on Thursday, June bring the bees down from the pool tables, pinball machines, hide such as handbags, Boating and other water sports activities
12. Mrs. Allshouse Dew by planeto north, where In summer they Juke box and othergames. Doro- wallets, shoes, suitcases, (Bring your own boat to our ramp or marina ) ,

the family city of Ambrldge, feed on clover and alfalfa. thy's Recreation center will officially wearing apparel and any other OR RELAX ;i' |

Pa. (near Pittsburg) for burial Rev. and Mrs. Frank Smith open this weekendand product which Is wholly or port On the sun deck beside our fresh water pooh '' i
Can and their young daughter,Sarah, Is located on Main Street.Benson's ly composed of alligator or ,
You Bet You services. Her son and family Dining in the elegant Plantation Dining Room \
from Mlneola have been visiting Recreation Center is crocodile hides Goodson said.
and daughter and family, EarlF. With friends in our intimate Divot Bar &
Mr*. Smith's parents, the Just around the corner from The law passed In 1970, .
AlIshouseJr.andMrs.M.lr- was conditioned
Afford New CartYou 100 comfortable, spacious air '. room"
a garet Lamb and family and Mr. Scriptures. the post office. but becomes effective on July I
Allshouse's three brothers live The Women of Faith Pres- I, 1971, which allows mer- Located just north of Tampa on US 19, via Florida11
don't need a lot of ready ca h (Con't on Next Page) byterian Church had their regular chants with alligator productsan Turnpike, and I.75 from the Gold Coast US 19 or US 41

that car a Iw-co auto circle meeting at the opportunity; to dispose of from the north and south, and US 301"US 17 ex/14
to got scat home of Mrs. Aleen Adle, their merchandise. Merchantswho from Northeast and Central Florida h
loan will put you In the driver" Thursday, June 10. Mrs. James sell or offer for sale alligator i i..
right away I Stop In and find out Neale presented the Bible study products after the July For further Information/ .
C. Jones Funeral Home
about this convenient road to auto- DeWitt on the word "Hope" using I deadline will be In violation phone (collect) now (904)) <

ownership I scripture from the Book of of the law and upon convictionwill : : CORALFC MOORE Sales' !7fS12! (::!(: f
Romans. Before the Bible study -
be subject to imprisonment \ ?< ,..,
k A
STARKE (7y s, ,
.rGET ACQUAINTC'KEYSTONE the the 13 ladles present of up to 90 days or a fine -.,., -. ,."
COME'IN were served Aleen's delicious
of up to two thousand dollars,
PHONE 961.6200KEYSTONE and
sour cream pound
STATE BANKMember coffee or bath.POSTED. __

Lyle Lydick has returned SIGNS: Treated! lo HOTEL & SPORTS RESORT

FJKLC.; K.jr.Uo. Heights, Fla. HEIGHTSPHONE home after a fwo-w ek stay In withstand weat.bll'20C etab P.O. BOX 1116 CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA. 32629A
Alachua General Hospital 1 wherehe $2.25 dos Special price on larger
"Year FHemdly Bank !* Tow Friendly 47.1-3176: underwent surgery quantities. Bradford! County family Resort

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BEACHFrom Batten Preliminary Waives : ... "

( Preceding Page) In AssaultLewis [3-; A SIR.

pent the preekend, with the Batten. 57-year-old

Carpenten. :::lay Hill resident, waived his .__ _
Mr. and Mr. Jerry Music right to a preliminary hearing;
and a friend of Norfork Va., jn an assault with Intent to :FOR SALE 3 bedroom
and Joyce Simmons of commit murder charge: and was FOR SALE refrigerator
fur. house located at
Savannah Ga. were visiting MARY 610laW excellent condition, $43.
bound over to circuit court in
PontfeHoso Adklns St. Sai)
Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis Green Cove Springs LEW'SWELDING bi All Brick ,Homes Phone 964-5801. tfchg
$7,000 financing: can ar
over the weekend. Batten II at But Grade SHOP ranged. Call Bill Powell, Bro We Build Any Price
Chick and Frances Hunt were now liberty; under WANTEDColored maid at ToRena -
visited over the weekend by his a $3,001 bond, and the case CARTER Any Size Color ker. 964-6464 o* 964-6810.' Home Anywhere In ,Fla. Motel. Come after 3 p.m.
Plnea .)
mother. Mrs. Esther Hurst andh1.a will probably be set for the Whispering fp. tfchg .: WE ARRANGE ALL tfchg
Mrs. Ruth Burnett July term of Circuit: Court in tel US 301() S. Phone
of Tampa sister Clay County; PAINTS $3 Pair No. I 964.8232 -.. ..::::::=: FINANCINGLow FOR SALENine ((9) young An-

Bill and Jerri Coman of Jacksonville Batten is accused of opening $2 Pair No. I;; ...0::.::'::'::' J Down Payment gus cows, bull(S( calves and
spent a few days with fire on two Clay County; sheriffs UTILITY TRAILERS w.-: Over a Hundred Designs one Q) Angus (Bull registered
their dauetiter. Jackie Lnnfer. deputies as they approached SAME $1 Pair No. CUSTOM BUILT N- ll[ 0[' 'tNC Tcj Choose From and 5-1/2 years old) can
and helped her do some work. his mobile home to GAS AND ELECTRIC MERRILLCONSTRUCTION be seen at the Lorenzo Green
Jackie la on vacation for the Investigate charges made by 2 Pair for $1 Yes WELDING BRAZING CO. farm any day at 1805 Ralford
his wife arising from Call
a Road. Inman Green 964-
next two weeks.
SHEET METAL --- 3 Miles North of Starkeon
Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Kennedyand "family dispute. HOUSE OF MILO 5038 before July 3. 1971. 2tchg
children and their families When fired upon the officers TRAILER HITCHES BEAUTIFUL Sealy Mattress& U.S. 301 7/1

of Jacksonville, were staying radioed for reinforcements and Lawtey INSTALLED springs Inners ring and foam. Phone 961.8521
in the LanIer lake cottage when help arrived they converged AS ,tfchg Regular price, 99.95 set This Starke Fla. tf WILL BABY sit In my home or
last week. on Batten who was sitting week $59.95 with trade-In at yours by hour week or overnight -
Miss Joan Miller daughter on the steps of his trailer Dahmer' Discount. tfchg One child- 50(5( hour or
from three directions. He surrendered Jacksonville $10 per week. Two chlldren73tf -
of Jack and Miller was
XMJ without further resis NOTICEStarke JIMMY MOORE'S hours or $15 week. Inquire
hostess at 4 Slumber party tance. I' A Hole In Your RoofMOrA behind Plnehurst
BARRETT Grocery 2nd
last Friday night. Those present 102 E. BRONNLEE and Keystone SUN SPORTS trailer on right. Itp
Included Poll y Watson

Buzzy 2 own ska. Nancy Nichols, Water SamplesFrom Heights area Customers Water Conditioning MOORE BOAT FOR FOR RENTUnfurnished 2
and Lisa Cravey. all from Keystone ... or
dlDfa4ngfAJ[ SdC3dib4A AQDf
and Cindy Heater of SampsonTo Hastings Mattressand ; And Pump Co. YOUR MONEY 3 bedroom houses In good neigh(
Cove Mrs. borhood. Contact Merritt Wil
Green Springs. Joyce
Hatfield and daughter Kelly Bo Tested Upholstery 130 Court Street Starke Ph. 964-5791 liams. 964-5391 or 9647788.

and Mrs. Shirley Hlga of Cecil Phone 964.5832PLUMBING tfchg
710 St. Johns Ave.PALATKA Complete Outboard AStern
Field and Joyce's sister Mrs.
Wildlife Officer Jim Hubner USED 10' 60'. 3 bedroom I
Nina Kent and three children & J Roofing Co. Drive Service and by
said that lie and Lee Olln's .
yesterday Mobile home. Mobile
of Eau Claire Wls., visitedthe Repair. Complete Fiber
Kerner from the Air & Water Homes Sales Starke Fla.tfchg r
Mlllen1'uesday.Mrs. 964-8778 Is Open AgainFURNITURJ4
Pollution Control Board in made to your Water Conditioner glass Repair. Custom-
Robert Clark her son Hlway 301 South
and his wife were visiting Mrs. Jacksonville took water samples individual hearing !! and Pumps built Fiberglass Fishing [JY NOW& SAVE
from various sections Boat
Beulah Smith and Mrs. Ruby of WELL DRILLING *.
requirement* at no Repaired Refinished
Sales and Rental.*
Wolfe last week. Imogene Smith FOR
additional toil. RENT-Good location. 1 Reupholstered! ..... .
of Beleview spent the weekend The samples will be analyzedin BR apartments 510 N. Cherry -
with them, and Renee Smith of Jacksonville Hubner said, St. tfchg NEW MATTRESSES\ Repair Department WATER FRONT LOTS Carrier
Live Oak. is spending the week. and a complete report made of ALL MAKE HEARING 24 Hour ServiceA.J. FOR SALE
Paul, Lee and Greg Strand- the findings as soon as com- HOUSE PAINTINGReason FREE ESTIMATES. On Crosby I-ake and Crosby Room Air Conditioners
berg of Jacksonville, and Lee's pleted. AIDS REPAIRED able. Interior exterior. Hourly Call Collect 328-2144 Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet Touch Comlort C.ntet
sister Mrs. Davenport and The study is being made as a or by contract. First class Thomas, Registered Real wide. 8 feet deep) Located on Two or Thin Speed Cooling
her grandson Freddie Herman result of recent reports of large iAINESVILLE HEARINGAID workmanship guaranteed. Con I Estate Broker Specializing in State Road 100, 3 miles West Flenble Air Flow Contrail
of Atlanta, Ga., spent bass and other fish being found CO. tact Lonnie Roberts Ralford. I! Appraisals for Estates, Individuals !- of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vaca- Automatic CvenTtmp
Saturday with Mrs. Jo Strand- dead in the lake. Similar trouble Weekdays 4:30 and Corporate Owners tion cottage mobile home or Thermostat
berg who celebrated her 80th but on a larger scale, Is 1137 N. W. 23rd Are.alnesvlll Phone 431. Nights and Also general real estate business Investment. E.lri Large Washable Filler
birthday. Happy Birthday. Mrs. being experienced: in Lake A- weekends, phone 431-1768. SEWINGMACHINE Thirty Years experiencein Prices start at 1295.00$200 .. Corrosion Resistant' CasingsModels ,
Strandberg. and many morel popka where a large numberof ., Florida 32601) 4tchg 714COMPLE1E Florida land matters. Tel. down and $35.00 month for 36 for Special Windows

Last weekend, Charles Louise Alligators as well as fish Phone 376.0095 964-5701. Starke. Florida tfchg month? (8 1/2 la simple inter- ;as:: low
and Pauletta Strandberg and have been found dead. Experts JANITORIAL Ser- est). : as
friend of Jacksonville,and Sun, from Georgia are now studyIng viceCarpets shampooed, FOR SALE- Used furniture and Call 964-7701 8 ajn. to 9 $11900
Dorothy and Charles Henry Butler the situation In Lake A- WANTED TO BUY- 5-to-15 acre -' house traitors windows Sales and Service appliances Phone 9648088. p.m. weekdays. tf

of Ormond Beach were visiting popka. ., tract on 301 or 100, near washed floors scrubbed.Phone PFAFF NECCIII 4tp 6/24
Mrs. Strandberg. ..,.'Starke. Also rental property.; 964-5771. Boyd Service: tfchg New HomeUniversal LOTS, FOR SALE Starke Golf
Friends of Arm!. Deegan will $5,000 to $8,000 price range. & Country Club, ready for SLADE GAS
be sorry to hear that she II a In or near Starke. Phone 964- FOR SALE- '63 Dodge half-ton building on or for investment.
patient In Alachua: General Hospital Salvation. Army 7361. FOR SALE: 7-1/2 liP MEN WANTED for training In $49:50 up pickup, $250. Phone 782-3452, Lots area approximately 1/2
as the result of an acci- Fund Campaign. Wizard, like new $75. 14 ft. highway construction work as Parts & Repairs on Lawtey. It acre and larger. Paved roads and Appliances
dent. She fell in a store in Draws boat & trailer $175. tfchg equipment operators pipe layers all other Make Ma- only 3 minutes from town.
to CMM
Gainesville and broke her etc.. under Equal Employment chines.NATIONAL.. FOR SALE- Coastal Bermuda Prices start at $1295.00. $200 332 W. tosisonGainesville !
kneecap, she underwent surgery 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repair Opportunity; Program. Hay. Pick up behind baler. July down and $35.00 per month.
Tuesday, and the doctor The Salvation Army fund drive and cleaned at Oahmers Discount $1.60 per hour. Apply to Max -M.F.. Wiggins or Maurice Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5 jun.
removed her hnee-cap.We cer- has reached a total of $1,225 : fast service tfchg Adklnson Marlon Construction !Edwards Jr. ItchgIN8UKAKCB tfchg I
tainly wish her a speedy re- according to Bill Glover, campaign Company yard 2 miles east ILtfTDSV. Ave
covery. chairman.: Although the STOCK HOGS for sale or trade. of Lawtey on SR-225, :1'un. [GaineavilU. Florida; O.C. Carries '. ,
Buddy and Betty; Mangum and drive is officially over contributions Ralford, Fla. Rd. 16 at Rd. 121. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday. An **" 1378-1355' : Nursery
children of Jacksonllle: spent will still be accepted Phone 431-1881. tfchg Equal Employment Opportunity AT KKDUO7D: KATE Thousands of Plants I Marine
the week in the lake home of he said. Employer. 4 tp 7/8 AUTO, rIRtin.!. .... Fruit
--- ----- Trees, Shade Trees Cobia Boots
her parents, Fred and Corlne The drive was sponsored by DOTLB, B. CONNKKIN8UXAHCB ,
Thleman. the recently organized Brad- 3 Bed Rooms 2-1/2 BathsIn APARTMENT FOR Rent--Lady r : AGENCY: Evergreens Camellias, Johnson Motors >.
L.L. and Emmett Poole and ford-Keystone Heights Service only. $45 mo. Call after 3 p.m. PUMPSNEW .. tebg (Azaleas Roses
Buddy< Durden of Virginia Unit and funds will be used to this modem home of 2400 964-6416. 2 tp 6/24 M.* la cane Plant AnyuoeLANDSCAPING SPECIAL -
at Griffin's the Salvation sq ft., with Cent air and heat. AND FOR"
stayed Lodge last support various USED RENt -12' wide, 2 bedroom ALL HEW SKI RIG -
week and enjoyed the bass fish Army services In the commun- Don't miss this one if you SWEET CORN $1.50 per bushel trailer outside city;
; ; are in the market for a large also other vegetables. David SALES limits J.B. White, 964-6114 If SI MI. SB.. of Stark. Ilwy. INFlorahome 15' Cable Bow Rid.r
ing.That wraps the news up, except ity.In addition to the Summer home and grounds! Terms A.J. Wainwright Farm. State Rd. PARTS no answer call 964-8647. -..n.21IS
for a little fishing news Camp on Bedord Lake, the Salvation Thomas Realtor. Tel.964-5701 16, 2 miles East of Starke. 50 H.P JOHNSON
which I'll Just add on the end Army provides maternity Phone 9647835. 3 tchg. 7/1 SERVICE GENERAL FARM AND' Gator Trailer
of this column. So till next home care for unmarried ONE PORTABLE Magnavoxcolor Deep nnd Shallow Wells MODERN MASONRY
Western Store
week may the good Lord bless mothers, rehabilitation centers TV with stand for half Water Softeners and BUILDING For $) 99S
and keep you all. for alcoholics: emergency lodges price( and one Motorola Quasor FUtersPlumbing Western & Work CIcthes Approximately- 9q. Ft.including Plus Tax I

missing persona service > TV color set. Just take up NO GIMMICKS Boots & Stetson Hats : AC Office. Ajoccnt
FISHING RESULTSGriffin's and state. and regional emergency payments at Dahmer' Discount 1971' Supplies Saddles Tack Veterinarian To Ry-Ry Ramp Star Truck See Lynn Hamilton
Lodge (east shore disaster service.
Santa Fe), turned in the following tfcl1B'hi : 12' :x 60) EXPERT SERVICE ON Supplies Ipa4lne $18,500 Terms Before You Buy

report. L.L. and Em- Anyone still wishing to con- 2 Bedroom I ALL MAKES Mon. Wed., 8 to 6 CALL 1030 E. University Ave. I
mett Poole caught 8 Bass Mon tribute to this fund may send 3795 Thursday 8-12 BILL POWELL
day. They : 7 donations to P.O. Box 57, Furnished PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE GainesvilleWEIDEVG
caught up to Fri.. Sat. 8 to 7 BROKER

3 1/2-pounds Tuesday 6 up Starke Fla. 3 Bedroom: Main St. Lake Butler M4-4464 964MIOtfchf .

to 8 1/2 pounds Wednesday 9 PUMP A SUPPLY CO. Phcne; 496-6041 | ,.
up to 7 1/2 pounds Thursday
and 7 up to 7 1/2 pounds Fri- ( REFLNTSHING Veteran's Loans The Glass Shop '
day. Roy spotted 8 alligator o.b ALL, TYPESUPHOLSTERY Carpet ThroughoutBank
induing one monstrosity; in Financing 21 INCH ADMIRAL color ler. BrownVolkswagen GlaM "'
Little Santa Fe Friday last used) TV with new picture
morning. Let me warn you to (NET WORK ()Ila'. Mobile: Home tube. Dahmer's Discount tf. For
be very careful because they Expert Reproduction Sales chg Wrought Iron, Porch And

.are really hazardous out now and to are.xtrem.ly "The game of love is never C. E. JACKSON Starke, Fla. 100) West AH CARS and TRUCKS Patio Post And Rails

health. We've alread heard your called on account of dark 1513 W. Madison Starke tf FOR SALE- story house, 4 Installed While-U-Wait Built, Aquarium Stands,

of a boy being attacked y in South fleas:' -- bedrooms 2 baths, central heat Custom Vinyl Auto Tops Garbage Can Racks, MailBox
Florida. He was caught by his FOUNDWalker Hound. Phone and alr-c ndIUoned.wall towel Stand, Custom
Phone New a viseSala. t.fI) 1017 N. Main GMHe!
head by a 'gator. So please be CARL 473-4435. carpeting. Built
T. A. JONES BEGGS lip tfchg Service Cattle Rack For
careful, and till 'WI
next time,goodbye Pickup, Mobile Home
and good luck! Electrical Contractor Gulf Service FOR SALE- bedroom house 1 ML. North .r Tin Mali44AINE8YILLE Metal Steps.

VSXDPAKTI bath, hallway, living room,dining FIRST TIME: OFFERED
Residential And, room built in kitchen car- I IG
NEWS NOTESFrom Commercial Wiring Prleee for Wrecks Gate peting throughout. 16' by 16' One of the nicer home fBtarfce Super Test Station
M flour Wrecker Senrlee patio drapes and blinds Included. I B-R. Central. Real \
( Preceding Fuel Oil Call before 2 p.m. 468- acid Mr Carpet.. Manly' Exferns. 964-99S8 or 9o4-6489 .
Page) FOR SALEApprox.. 60 acres'' HOMESAYAlUILI tfeh. '
FREE ESTIMATEOn 1779. !lip ___ 19.950 Shown toy Ay
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Used Care of timber land, about 3 miles H. ,
Batchelor have returned.from ( Any Job) Hwy. Ml W. WaNe FOR SALE-25 Red Hens $1.75 pa Iatmen& CALL east of Brooker. Call 533-2451 II I
their vacation: trip to VltM each. Phone 964-7315. Itchg BILL POWELC after 6 p.m. 2tp 6/17 FOR I

their home port of Hammon- Guarantee Work To Be Don.
ton, sand FOR RENT bedroom trailer BROKER CASH
ies, Nvisiting r Native ib By National KUctric Code. SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned, W. Market Rd. Phone 964-7460. M44M Owner will take much less
enjoy attending the graduation oiled aiKL adjusted in your Itchgta INatlt1Ichf 'than appraised value for this
I Promise To Be Fair And home newly reconditioned 4 bedroomor *
of their grandson. $5.00. Vacuum cleaner 3,5001600SQ. ;
Mr. and Mn.Charlel Fardeei Honest.With ETcryoa' repairs' also. All work guarant\ EQJt1nWrod. WE REPAIR and sell nearly ( 3 Br and family room) LOCATION

and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall eed. Dennis E. Coggins, Phone e its. : it: every"needle made for any paint home. In Nearly and new best roof new STARK, FLA.U.S. .
out vinyl
Pardee and small son have Trailer Service Poles 431-1428 tfchg'SUPER Weeke .vaOable toJune. brand stereo regardless of age. floor in kitchen and
returned to their Lak. Geneva Service Calls $5.00 J""tr. August and 8e. Also the long play records at Hardwood floors like Huge FT. 301
lakeside home after a vacation CALL STICK Vinyl Plastic tember. &. E. J: InoDdIoa. $1 off regular price at Dah- new. '
trip to SkaneaUes, N.Y. Mrs. .. 448-1106.msp Letters, all sizes,colors.Permanent Mar. Route Box 89. Black:' mer's Discount. tfchg living large eat room in kitchen.with fireplace Fenced, OF

Marshall Pardee enjoyed side I for use on wood,glass, Yarmlb Jn, N. C. 38711. Phone back yard. Priced for quick WE 0"131..2/\
trip to Chelsea Mass. where plastic paper, metal leatJI.r.AmTHING UVMQAREACALL
704)) FOR RENTi 2 air conditioned
they visited Mrs.Pardee's brother $68 to $88 !! Bradford County; 889-88IIL. cottages Klngsley Lake. Call 7/sale.' Call 964-6575. 4tchg *'

and family. All.the north I Per Month Telegraph._. tf 12' x 60' Repossessed Mobile after 6 p.m. Phone 533-2366. ; Lift.
country from S. Carllna on Home already financed take up tfchg. GARDEN RESTAURANTWaitress >Pertlel Financing
we* now to Pat Pardee Jr. WATSON'SHOUSE payments. Olin's Mobile Home wanted, no experience necessary. : .
N NO DOWNPAYMENT Sales 100 W. tfchg No phone calls, apply Selery Plus ExpentetDwHnf
OF VACUUMS in Management Schl.
TiakI.j: application fot person tfchg SLADE .
Many brands of new vacuums KINGSLEY LAKENew air Highest. Octane
$39.00 up. Used machines from condo water front cottages Good FHA-235
$10. Expert Repairs all makes. beds Electric kitchen. 533- SUPER STICK Vinyl, Plastic Gesellne Avelleble.
(ON YOUR LOT) Pads and Accessories: for all 2381. Rt. 1 Box 361, Kings ley Letters, all sizes colors Permanent HOME :
Brick S and 4
vacuums. Built In Central vac Lake. Itchg: for use on wood,glass
3 & 4 'Bedroom umn cleaning systems.'7U: N. Bedroom Home plastic perro metal leather.
Main Gainesville 3787110BIC LOSTWhite female poodle, Can for ,Detail ANY Bradford Could SERVICES j LET US
1 Yi and 2 Bath. 3-4 Ibs. Contact Mr,. Prowse, Telegraph. EXPLAIN
PENS. Ball Point ReT 964-5339; 404 N. Cherry St. Low Down Paymentand THE FACTS TO YOU sAND

.73 Moderate Income I Is no graph.nu.,- Bradford County; Tele- Up_ Moderate Monthly Information: i YOUR WIFE

longer a problem If yon Pa'JlleataLONGCHAMP
WANT TO GIVE away4 part DT WK: DON X DAn: ITw CaD Jacboarille
earn lees than 9130.00 CLASP ENVELOPES, all Persian kittens. 426 N. WalnutSt. HOMES Tl get N fee.'?.. Offto CoIled CALL COLLECT

DATSUNGAINESVILLE a week you may qualify sizesBradford County Tele lipRELAX n... N11U Supplies. .....-...; Itead
for this program. graph. ..... SUN OIL CO.
Ml Seam StaAr
AND UNWIND wittiaen-
Call 9644337 'INTERSTATE MOBILE Home tle and sale Go-Tense tablets.: ''D Jeckteiwllle. 353-0941:
t /nerving In Fla. r.ii Q64-560 Only 98t, Andrews Pharmacy. Mr. ..... .

4300 N. W.'13S CROWN tfchg 5to 71SUPER MOVE Evening.
LOSTWhite French poodle, FOR SALENomad Travel er Weekends
72-4734: STICK Vinyl Plastic'
115 I Kt:2na1.lt. 3 months old at ArmyNavyStore Letters all sizes colon Permanent Trailer self contained. Excellent J & ELECTRIC Jeckte..vl. l1. 398.4531 -
: BUILDERS in Starke. If found,please condition $2595. Can be
for use on wood!,glass, NOW .4 MikES OUTH ON 301
contact George E. Davis in plastic metal leather financed 964-6929 evenings.2tp ., Writ P.O. Betf 14* .

"Hampton. Fla. Phone 468-1075. darr.-Bradford County; 7/1 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 964-8808 p J v Ile PI .orINDIAN ,
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