Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 1, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Independence Celebration SetTIMES



Independence Day parade, Sanders Woman's Club presi- "It Is the opinion of this office Ings and greatness of the United -
the first In Starke since the dent. that this activity; should be States of America.

1920's will kick oft Starke's Sunday, July 4, has been proclaimed recognized! as an effort to unite -
"Just old-fashioned good
... ,. Fourth of July celebration Mon- "Honor America Day"by Americans at a time when time" Is an planned Monday, Mrs.

r" ,:L I' a, u day, July 5. Mayor Carl Hurst our the patriotism nation's and respect for Sanders says, beginning with
A traditional fireworks display purposes the parade at I p.m.
"As we celebrate this his- encouraged by all responsible -
set at dark will climax the
Independence Day celebration. toric date, our nation Is faced citizens." A Junior King and Queen con
with Its greatest challenge! ; a test will be a feature) of the
Taking place at the Bradford burgeoning population, restless In declaring Sunday "Honor Independence Day celebration.
Fairgrounds on US-30I north youth Impatient for fulfillment America Day" Starke Is join- Sponsored by the Junior Wo,
of Starke, the celebration sponsored of our nation's Ideals, demands ing with communities throughout man's Club, the event Is scheduled
by the Starke Woman's for greater civil rights, and the nation In declaring this for 2 p.m. Monday at the
e.n y (!t Club with assistance from other the sapping of our country's Independence Day which marks fairgrounds It Is open to children
civic organizations, Is billedas moral strength through Increased the 195th anniversary of the from four to six yearsof
a attempt to ". put crime, drug abuse and founding of the nation, an effort age who live In Bradford
triotism back into American. poverty," states the proclamation. to encourage an expressionof
t ; ism," according to Mrs. Lee appreciation for the bless- (See Page 4))

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A 1963 Corvolr In which five local youths were 'Injured, Saturday night. The Sweetett Strawberries This Side heaven



No. 49 Thursday, July 1 1971 Copy

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In 3-Car Crash SummerSchool Lake Fronts

Eight persons were Injured, Woodrow Grlffls, Jr., 16, of According to Trooper S.P. William McRae of Starke. Begins
one seriously, on rain sllck- Starke, received emergency Burnett of the Florida High
i ened SR-100 Saturday In three treatment at the Bradford County way Patrol, the car In which Trooper Burnett said that the Protected
car accident In which one dri- t; Hospital and then transferred Grlffls was an occupant, a 1963 Luther vehicle slowed to makea By
ver was charged with driving to the Gainesville Medical Cen- Corvalr driven by Carl Eugene turn, but the McRae vehicle MondayStarting
while drinking. ter following a three car pile- Luther, 18,Starke,was struck approaching from the rear
up on SR-100, half a mile westof from the rear of a 1965 Ford failed to stop. After skidding
* Starke. station wagon driven by Lynn 68 feet, It struck the CorvalrIn
LuncheonSet the rear, knocking It 60
Monday, July 5, a
The McRaecar
feet off the road.
20-day summer school program -
then skidded sideways a-
stressing reading, writ- Board
cross the 1968 a third ing, and arithmetic will be offered Zoning
vehicle drivenby
Roberts Heads a Bradford elementary and
Ralph Louis Wheeler of Ft. secondary students.
AlvarezI Lauderdale struck It on the
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left side.One Students 'are'rioled to reportto

An "appreciation luncheon"for their respective school cen
of the In the ters by 8 a.m. Monday. Four-
Jimmy newly e- 1971-72
lected State President of Fu- BBS Luther vehicle was thrown teen buses will run an abbre- Wading through a
through the back glass viated schedule, Supt. Tom Ca- for
ture Farmers of America, will upon raft of requests re-
Impact. sey says, but will cover almost -
be held at noon Tuesday,
July 6, at the Holiday Inn In the entire regular routes. zoning to allow mobile
Luther James Woods, 14,Riley -
Starke. Student The half-day summer sessions homes, the Zoning
Grlffls and Steve Lu-
BodyRichard In most will end
Alvarez was elected at the
ther, IS, all received minor at noon and buses will return Board hit the first of
'recent State Convention In Day- Injury. All of the boys were
tona Beach and Is the second In the Luther vehicle and from students home then. what appears to be a

State Presldenj) to serve from Starke. Programs will be offered at major point of contention
I Bradford County.The; first was Roberts, who helped all school centers In the coun-

Doyle Conner, Inclumbent Flo- 1970 BUS President Len Regis- Ralph Wheeler, 26, also received t ty.; j ?r. Tuesday night.
rida Commissioner of Agricul- ter organize the school's bicameral slight Injuries as did The elementary programs .
ture. system studentgov- wRichard two other occupants In his car; will be basically enrichment
I ernment, has been elected to Wanda Wheeler, 23, and May courses In math, language arts, The board showed a definite -
Former County; Agent GeorgeT. head the 1,200 member student Simmons 24, of Lake City. and science, according to Mrs. IJS trend to protect the valueof
Huggins said yesterday that body in 1971-72. I Lucille Payne, elementary su- hrxrtp ,i lake front property; several

business, civic club, and agricultural Roberts, son of County; Commissioner McRae, 30, was charged with pervisor. In addition to the times denying. requests to reclassify -
leaders, city; and county Roberts Vue -w RIC, a classification
and Mrs.George academic program, there will
operating a vehicle while under -
t; officials, and others will gather Bessent Road Starke I which is the same as residential
of the influence of Intoxicating be some sports and games and !
to pay tribut to young Alvarez won In first primary ballotingover M beverages. His vehicle was arts and crafts, Mrs. Payne requiring 7,500 square feet
in recognition of his Scott Whitehead and Joe also found to have defective adds. per lot and requiring sanitation -
Scanlan. tires. Courses in all basic subject l facilities) but allows mobile
(See Page 4)) areas, such as math, science, homes.
Junior Bill Blgham, son of Damage to his Ford was English, and social studies will Several requests for mobile
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blgham of placed at $600. The Dodge's be offered secondary students, home zoning where property
Brooker, was elected vice- damage was estimated at $800 says Supt. Casey. In addition other than lake front involved
president of the student body and the Corvalr, $400. the BUS library will be open.A was -
In the balloting which took place J driver training program were granted

Just prior to school's ending ... Is also being offered and turn- i "This board Is conscious of
last week. Blgham won over '''*'', Ing out to be a popular course. water front property.; We are
Levy Lennon of Starke, Inclose trying to Improve lake front
Most vo-tech
classes will be
Y balloting in which less than The median income of families In operation.A Mayor Carl Hunt signs proclamation declaring Sunday property; ," Chairman John To-

I 50 votes separated the two. headed by women is loss work study program Is "Honor America Day." Woman Club President L.. Sanders rode told Mike Flynn in his

than half the income of fam- and Mrs. Hotel' lode on. request to have 51 acres across -
Freshman Debbie Mitchell, Roberts ilies headed by men. (See Page 4)) the road from Lake Bedford -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JohnF.
I Elie nlun (>ifirrThe Mitchell Jr. Starke, was classlfled near Keystone to allow Heights mobile re-

I elected treasurer. She edged SeniorsJoey Bennett, Jan- homes. J.R. Kelly, Bedford
Clssy Reddish and DonnleNeel.All Ice Stanch, Linda Powell. homeowner, presented a petit-
State three were eighth grade JuniorsJimmy Outlaw, Mike Ion bearing 35 names of residents I.
Community' officers Cissy, Gary Browning. I Boards I who oppose the change.
Bank Of Starke Sophomore Jim Cauley, son SophomoresJennifer Haas, Again Facing
t of Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Cauleyof Gerl Tucker. Flynn said it was all a mistake -
Lawtey, was elected stu- that he wants to place
The Florida Bankat dent body secretary In a race FreshmenDiann Gaskins, only one mobile home, his own.,
Starke with Pamela Griffin. Benlta Franklin, Beth Chapman. on a strip 200 feet wide and

And Roberts said he didn't make 72 Representatives school year: for the 1971- Annual Budget Ordealel. his 1,300 mother.feet deep given him by

specific promises In his raceto District 1- Gall Randolph,Ru- The board refused to reclas-
head the student body next thell Smith, Elaine Sherman. slfy the entire 51 acres, but
1st Federal Savings term. Ills main goal Is to attempt District 2Greg Reddish and gave Flynn a chance to con-
to Increase student Involvement Fast approaching once againis Any Increase must come the system over a five-year Ing from $2,150 last year to tact his prospective neighbors
& Loan AssociationCf In school activities, Gall Hatcher. the ordeal of budget prepa- from an Increased tax roll or period. around $2,900 per teacher u- about reclasslfylng the one lot.
StarkeWill such as homecoming and grad- District Barbara Vallnski, ration which must annually be an Increase! In millage. The The board will be forced to nit. That matter will be brought
uation, and to Involve more Linda Brown Toni Stone. faced by the County; Commission tax roll will be up, thus Increasing move in this direction sooneror The City of Starke Is already up again at the July zoning meetIng -
students In those activities.One District 4Larry Hicks. and School Board. the value of a mill later with the Federal gov- running scared in the current if Flynn It.
Not B. Open candidate for student District 5Mike Oliver, Kathy of taxes, but until the 1971 roll erment's Environmental Protection fiscal year because of naturalgas pursues
For Business body president campaigned a- Faulkner. The City of Starke is already is approved in Tallahassee the Agency slated to close prices which have almost The same stand was taken on
5 gainst the school's newly a- District 6Shad Starling, writhing In the throes of a tight amount of the Increase is ques down 5,000 garbage dumps In doubled, over expenditures In allowing mobile homes on Santa
On July
Monday dopted Constitution, but Roberts Terrancena Barber, Nancy Karen spending bill and the City Coun- tionable. the next two ears. ,the police department due to f'e Lake, a controversy which
defends the Constitution as a Lee. cil has instructed personnel to Commissioner Chairman The school board has Indicated extra pay for riot duty, and the arose at the May zoning meetIng
step forward In student govern. District 7Randy Miller. stop all unnecessary spending. Dave Shuford says he Is deter- It Is on the verge of cost of relocating utilities, on ,
ment. With Its fiscal year just two- mined to hold down expenditures Into the red this fiscal Slf-16. Mrs. H.E. Wolfe and her son,
OLD thirds the has lie also takes Charles, were granted a request -
gone, city; over a dim Goal; of SuPt. Tom Casey Although the city has spent
"I voted for it even :though the first eight months spent view of pay Increases for coun- year. ; to have property In Santa
in the black takenin
Is to come out $98,000 more than It has
k kcI there are some things in the Stores $98,000 more than It made. ty; employees. CommissionerRalph then tight ship Fe Shores reclassified: from
this a
Constitution I don't like," the Bryan, an accountant, year run through thefiratelghtmonthsof RIB to RIC to allow mobile
Monday, July 5 To Close Inflation In recent has next yeartoallow$200,000-plus the fiscal year,, most city;
new president states, explaining years says he definitely wants to hold homes. The board took the action -
gffri Fairground the students can use their been the cluprit that has made the line on mlllage. to come out of operating funds fathers expect the budget to however, only after Chair
i Fun For All! > newly organized bl-cameral MondayMost prices rise and It appears the and teacher salaries and be diverted .1ng. man Torode stressed that none
system of government to amend boards are fighting the same It will take cutting, however, toward the second phaseof of the Wolfe property Is lake
Courtesy Of the Constitution. battle again this year to hold since departmental budgets always construction at Bradford High lower than last year when Its front but rather, faces SB-21.
BUS students and officers Starke businesses will the line on mlllage. come in!padded. School. all over, but the city: ; also can
9 be closed all day Monday, July School millage Is already at expect Its highestelectrle sales The board did grant a j*
dJt} (OJammunftijiatr! worked most of the 1969-70 In observance of Independence A year ago, for Instance, the Chairman Miuford points our its maximum of 10 mills plus during the coming hot summer quest by owners of propon
term to Install the new S. Is
system County Commission the county committed to a Sampson Lake to rec
Bank ; was suc- eight-tenths of another mill for months.
& i according to a survey -
of government which elects Day, mental health
cessful In holding Its mlllage new program to months sify their land to RIC to slow -
Hamilton capital outlay.The During the eight covered -
taken by Brian ,
three from each
senators the first
cost $5,935
Accounts Now Iniur.dUp class and elects a house of chairman of the Retail Mer- at 8.307. But the county faces year. school system will undoubtedly In a recent audit report, mobile homes. Chairman
based the chants Division of the Cham- Increased costs, plus employees Another big expenditure which receive a nominal Increase electric sales totaled $359,754, Torode presented a petition
representatives on
To $20,000 Bye are looking for theic annual commission has Indicatedit 024 and signed by:; concerned residentsthat
of districtsInto tor of Commerce.Also ) the> In local funds from Assessor water sales $33 natural -
population seven five per cent Increase,;;*, will consider Is $ there were no objection
de I DepositInsurance i which the has been starting a Gen Long's higher tax gas sales 99,806.Itap-
e ra county; ,*
divided. closed will be all local ."> $100,000 county-wide; sanitary roll. It has not been determinedhow pears gas sales are running to the dung and that it has
(;orp. > and offices It will take aletaurioh"battleto garbage collection system San much, but schools should higher than anticipated: Electric been duly advertised for twoS
i Senators elected in the recent banks, city; county; hold the comflii slert'. bud
itarian Jack Trawick Indicateshe boost In sales reach
also another state are expected to
balloting are: and the post get to Its present$823OQOiev- Is asking the) board to fund equalization funds, perhaps go- around $550,000 ( .e Page 4))


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k Marilyn Bolllngor Girl Scouts Scoggins To Head Post 56
Named l Officer

(9{9A:1e/ted f: PrBeverly Of Honor Society Camp On William as B.commander Scoggins was of installed American -- Installation In his address of the,new prior officer to the
Commander p
Miss Marilyn Kay Bollinger Hall Lake Legion Post 56 at a the Northern Dees commended Area Post 56
daughter of Mr and Mrs. H.G. dinner-Installation service held Nolle made In the
NGladys Bollinger of Stark, has been In the new LeglonhomeJune22.He for the progress
WOM He said that unity
elected treasurer of Hypatia, Is the first commander past year.
the highest recognition,honors, Girl Scout Troop #614 with since World War n to be re- Is the goal of the Departmentof
and leadership society: ; for young their leaders Mrs U.S. Mul- elected for a second year. Florida. He also stressed
women at Samford University.; llns and Mrs A.J. Eaves, R.C. Dampier was Installed unity within the Post and the
Mooty, Society Editor, 0647608Rebecca Miss Bolllnger is also a member camped: from Thursday to Saturday lit Vice Commander, X.M. community. ..
of PI Gamma Mu, national at the Mullins home on Smith was made the new Finance At the meeting, Julian Mc-
social sciences honor society, Hall Lake. Officer and Lee Taylor Rae presented t Certificate of
r Phi Alpha Theta national chaplain. John Grew was Appreciation to Building Committee
and ,
The girls planned, shoppedand X.M. Smith
Installed as the historian;
In She
honor society history.
Rebecca Newham prepared their meals. Clodla Perry, Sergeant-at-. for his outstanding work In
I r a senior majoring In history.Li Nights were spent In patrols Arms; Service Officer, A.L. heading up that Committee.Also .
;: Is HoneredAt In family style tents. Crosby, Jr.; and Richard B. recognized for hard work
Party Series Thursday afternoon they entertained Witt as the new Adjutant. and dedication far and above
the Brownie Fly-up Upon being Installed Com- the line of duty In heading up
Miss Rebecca Ann Newham, lr with a Campfire and welner mander told Post 56 that the their respective committeewere
wIli whose marriage to Michael roast after swimming. Fridaythe outstanding success of School : AlbertCrosby,BoysState
... troop hiked through the Ravine oriented programs such as Service Officer Russ E-
Reddish was an event of June --- J and ;
26, was honored several parties : at Gold Head Branch State "Boys State" and the "High berle, Burial and Detail; Char-
recently. L. McRae Park after which they prepared School Oratorical Contest" lie Schaefer, Membership;
On Thursday night, June 17, Scouts Stew. .should continue to receive the Bryce Titus, Oratorical and
Mrs Jerome Johns and daugh- To Wed Mr. Shaw Adults accompanlng the lead- active participation of the mem- the commanders right arm, Adjutant -

ter, Mrs. Pat Henry, gave a ers were Mrs Don Hardenbrook bership as It warrants our sup, Pete WItt.
bridal shower for Miss New- Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Mc- and Mrs. Ed Walnwright. Also port .
ham at the Johns' Crystal Lake Rae announce the engagementof assisting were Dr. R.S. Mul- In closing Scoggins said
home. their daughter,Beverly Lynn, ling, Don Hardenbrook. Fred "looking among you gathered
Corsages were presented to to James Carlton Shaw, son of Johnson, Marlon Payne, L.C. here In this assembly room lK. =:=
the honoree and to her mother, Mr and Mrs Clayton H. Shaw Early, Joe Cissy, Mrs. Stepehn this evening, can be seen some -.
J Mrs. Clyde Mersey, and to Mrs. of Putnam, Conn. Alvarez. Lee and Mark Har of the most dedicated and representative t fAUlr
P.D. Reddish, mother of the Miss McRae Is a senior In denbrook, and Glen end Robin leadership found ;' I'llIiOOtJ .
groom. Art Education at Florida State Mulling. 'anywhere In this country today. LOCAL: Itfl'lU '
Pink and red roses were used University. Mr. Shaw Is a senior After clean-up Saturday, a Therefore, with reason, understanding r .
In the party rooms Yellow tea in Business Management at Court of Awards concluded the and mutual helpfulness : r.
roses centered the gift table. Florida State University. activities. Badges were earnedby we will strive to make ; '
Games with prizes were A spring, 1972 wedding Is the following: Art In the Post 56 a tremendous asset ;; '0; '
played during the party hours. planned. RoundIrene Wainwright. to our community In the coming fir!: '
The hostesses presented the Donna Sparkman Backyard Fun and Troop year.

honoree with a portable mixer Honors Student, Camper Becky Sheering, - .... ..... ..... ..... ..... ... .... ...... ......
as a memento of the occasion. Duplkote Bridge Sherry Petteway, Denis Gls-
Winners Named College Bound sy, Donna Johnson, Monna John
son, Cheryl Barker, Harriet Introducing The
Mrs. W.B. Mundy and Mrs. Donna Sparkman, daughter of Hamm, Ginger Dixon, Brenda
J.R. Reddish entertained at a Mr. and Mrs. John Musso- Mr. and Mrs. James Spark- Gann, Debbie Granger, Dana
luncheon Wednesday, June 23, line were the winning coupleat man who live Bradford County Alvarez, Peggy Morgan, Grace
at the Holiday Inn for Miss Duplicate Bridge Tuesday near Crystal Lake, has been Carter. Starke} JayceesFIRST
Newham. night at the Pratt Street Recreation accepted to attend William Carey Water FunCheryl Barker,
Bridal place cards markedthe Center where there College In Hattiesburg, Debbie Granger, Brenda Gann,
seating arrangement for were six tables in play. Miss starting this fall. She Peggy Morgan, Dana Alvarez,
the 16 guests Centering the Tlelng for second were Mrs. will be a member of the Fresh- Grace Carter, Monna Johnson,
dining table was an arrange- Clarice Crabtree-Mrs Dena' man Honors Program. Donna Johnson, Denise Cissy,
ment of mixed summer flowers Hogue and T.A. Sundem-Mrs. Miss Sparkman is a 1971 gra- Becky Sheering, Cathy Grang-
...J' flanked by five branch silver F.J. Shaw; thirdMrs.. John duate of Keystone Heights High
r .
,;. : //f', candelabra with yellow tapers. Flynn and Mrs. Harry Mooty School, where she was Vale- er.Outdoor CookAndrea Eaves,
,,_., Mrs. Ruth Teague of Johnson dictorian of the graduating Patty Mullins, Irene Wain-
City, Tenn., aunt of the honoree class. She has been presented Wright.
Ann Newham Becomes was an out-of-town guest fi'-/na'n" the Florida Board of Regents Storyteller- Manna Johnson,
. The hostesses presented the Award, the Reader's Digest A- Donna Johnson. Fire Cracker
Bride of Michael ReddishThe
bride-elect with the butter knife ward, the Lions Club Citation, Personal HealthIrene Wainwright -
Union Primitive Baptist pearls and earrings, a gift from to her chosen silver pattern as and the honor pin from the Peggy Morgan, Brenda
Church was the setting for the her mother. Her bouffant veil a memento of the occasion. PTA. Gann, Patty Mullins.
wedding of Miss Rebecca Ann of Illusion was secured to a Listed In "Who's Who Among Foot Traveler-Patty Mullins,
Newham to Michael Reddishon Juliet headdress of pearled Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamilton Florida High School Seniors," Observer, Andrea Eaves, Irene
Saturday, June 26, at 7 P.m. Chantilly lace. She carrieda Mrs. Ruth Teague of John- of Tampa announce the birth Miss Sparkman will be major- Wainwright.
son City Tenn. gave a bridal of Jason Mark, June 28 Books Denise Cissy Dana
with Kev. Donald B. Ilazen of crescent bouquet of white a son, Ing In nursing while attendant, ,
City performing the miniature carnations, white shower for her niece, Rebecca In St. Joseph's Hospital Tam- Carey College. Alvarez Becky Sheering.
Highland Fuji mums and pink sweet Newham, on June 24atthehomeof pa. Grandparents are Mr. and GypsyGinger Dixon, Cheryl
nuptlals.The: bride. Is the daughter of heart roses. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hersey. Mrs. N.B. Rosier of State Farm Barker, Debbie Granger, Date: Saturday, July 3
and Mrs. Mersey of A reception was given by Arrangements of summer flowers and Mr. and Mrs.Sherrod Hamilton Ralph M. Gibson of Madison, Sherry Petteway, Brenda Gann,
Mr. Clyde
Reddish were used in the party of Starke. Wis. visited his brother and Denise Glssy, Monna Johnson,
Starke and the late William Lee Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Time 9 Till
Newham Sr. of Orlando. The and Mr. Drew F. Reddish at rooms for the occasion. ----" ... ".,.-.__..- sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donna Johnson, Cathy Granger, : p.m. _
Games were played by the Larry Gibson, Wednesday to Peggy Morgan.
Sheriff the home of the latter. Arrangements
the of
and groom Mrs.Is P.D. Reddish.son of summer flowers 25 guests and prizes award- Sunday. Also visiting the Gib Sign of the ArrowIrene Place: N.G. Armory
h the weekend were
sons over Wainwright, Andrea Eaves,
Decorating the altar were were placed at vantage ed.The
floor baskets of white gladioli, points. A bridal doll cake, made refreshment table was Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibsonof Patty Mullins,Sherry Petteway,
covered with a white linen cloth I Merritt Island. Cathy Granger, Denise Glssy,
Fuml mums and pink carnations by Mrs. Dolph Reddish, was
and centered with a crystal Cheryl Barker, Becky Sheering.
of placed on the piano.
against a background
two emerald fern balls and two Mrs. Drew Reddish greeted punch bowl encircled with summer Mrs. John Greene returnedlast Debbie Granger, Peggy Morgan, $5.00 PER COUPLE BYOB
candlebras with white tapes. guests at the door and presented flowers -. Thursday after a weekIn Dana Alvarez, Brenda' Gann,
them to the receiving line Mrs. Teague presented her Riverside Hospital for observation Monna Johnson, Doona Johnson,
Mrs. J.A. pianist,
niece with silver cake knife
a and treatment.
and Mrs. Vernon Reddish, composed of the bride and as a memento of the occasion. I u'w Carter I

soloist presented a program of groom, their parents, and the ------ _. ._ ____ __ __- -- I
nuptial music. attendants. Mrs. Pat A, Henry ---' ::1\i..i.1J'4IW.m. ;; Jf, ': ::" ,;.. .;.;;.,;. ,
Sheriff Reddish served his I kept the bride's book. 4 Earn Spot ;', .. J
son as best man and the, The bride's table was cov- .\;
ushers were Stan, Tommy and ered with a white Importedlace On Dean's List '0 PRE -
Greg Reddish, nephews) of the cloth and centered witha _
groom, and David and Wil- bride and groom with a three- At Florida Slate "
liam Newham, brothers of the tiered wedding cake, topped witha tl I th OF : .
bride. bride and groom and decoratedwith were k1 "
Starke students
wedding bells and doves. Four ,
Miss Ruby Denise Mersey, at Florida State .
sister of the bride, attended Around the cake was a ruffleof among 2,300
University to earn a spot on oy. f. JULK
She nylon net Interspersed with
as maid of honor. wore List for the Saturday 9-7
Dean's quar-
and white Fuji Bal GnffisLeeEngagement
an empire gown with white sheer pink mums.
bodice and long sleeves; The ancing the cake were silver ter ending June 10. OPEN SUN. JULY4 1.6
Harold Bowen,
The four are t ToldMrs.
high neck was trimmedwith candelabras with white tapers. t
John Hamilton, Paul A.McLeod,
white lace and pink rosebuds.The Cutting the cake were Mrs. W. .
A-Iine skirt was In pink D. Mundy and Mrs. Glen Red- and Robert make J.the Dean's List a Ruby Criffls announcesthe
crepe. She wore a white sheer dish. 'A' engagement of her daugh- SAND
compile an AL
wide-brimmed hat accented The two punch tables on the student'B' academic average ter, Brenda Joy, to Curtis Ger- I+ SALE
with green velvet bow and streamers. patio and dining room were or ald (Jerry) Lee, son of Mrs. LADIES PERMANENT PRESS
Her flowers were a covered with white linen ap- during the quarter. Rose Perales and Curtis Lee.
crescent bouquet of pink fuml pllqued cloths and centered with The bride-elect Is also the KNIT TOPSJAMAICA
mums and pink sweetheart crystal punch bowls encircled: Mrs. Emma Badman and daughter of the late Edward I
roses. with fern and Fuji mums. Pre- granddaughter, Debbie Spengler H. Griffls. .
attended siding at the punch bowls were la July
Miss Diane Griffls will leave next Wednesdayfor The wedding planned
as bridal attendant. She wore a Mrs. Morgan Heath, Mrs. W. a month's visit with friends 30 at the home of Mrs. Pera-
gown fashioned Identical to that E. Tllley, Mrs. Harold Godwin and relatives In England. les.
of the honor attendant, but In and Mrs. Charles Hall.
Assisting In serving were ""
green p- .c- ,. .rgCity
hat with pinkhvelvet ribbons Mrs. Carl Hurst Mrs. Blaine -
and streamers, and carried a Thompson, Mrs. Gladys Over-
crescent bouquet of green Fuji street Mrs. Joe Glssy and $ LADIES MANY STYLES
HEO 1 9 .
3 '
Mrs. J.R. Reddish. 2
mums and sweetheart, roses. % MO" FOR
The bride, given In marriageby After a brief wedding tripto SANDALS
Mr. Hersey, was attired In Cedar Key the couple Is residing FOR MENS-BOYS-YOUTH-11/2.2'/1.7/U''
a white Southern Belle gown of at 207 N. Broadway T" $388 "
cascading ruffles of scalloped street, Starke. Colorful hmt, loosmasst. SA
acetate and Chantilly lace that The bride and groom are ttyles I .sites. S.M.L.Pull.on VE MENS-BOYS-YOUTHS-REG.TO 2.19 .
swept Into a cathedral. train. both graduates of Bradford High Hot Panti&Jamacas I DECK BASKETBALL SHOES
Pearled Chantilly lace scallops School. The bride Is attendlAf in ladiM*,<. 8 IS / ,j $2
enhanced the sabrlne neckllne. Santa Fe Junior College and AND SANDALS Ilrbt4leat
She wore an antique cluster: of the groom Is employed by the
Bradford School System.

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- - - - -
Sgt and Mrs. Mark Mack and
son of Lake City and Mrs.Esma
Yongue and Mrs. Thelma Dean
of Fairfield were Sunday visitors -
--------------------1 of Mr. and Mrs. J.G.

Mrs. Myrtle Anderson of "
I Starke Mr. and Mrs. A.W. V""
Anderson and family of Ven- 1 r,
... .. tura, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs.
Friends of the Benny Finzer Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen
family of Louisville, Ky., for- and family returned Saturday Ed Schwab and son of Mer- r'::; '. 'V
mer residents of Starke after two weeks vacation In ritt Island visited Mr. and Mrs. L
where Mr. Finzer was mana Washington, D.C.. Wllllams- John Anderson In Callahan on
ger of Big Dad Clothing Co, burg Va. and the Shenandoah Saturday. .. -
will regret to hear that Mr. asA Valley. .
Flnzer, 46, died Wednesday of Attorney and Mrs. Wynne
last week. Survivors are his Mr. and Mrs. Charles Francis Casteel and son, Mark and -. jai.1. .-' -.
wife. Jenny, son. Chris. daughter and family were visiting Rusty, of Fort Lauderdalewere L:
Mary Ann, and mother, his mother, Mrs. Ernest Francis Sunday overnight guests of Rev. :
Mrs. Benedict Finzer, all of in Woodburg, Term from and Mrs. D.T. Farabee.
Louisville. Saturday to Wednesday. ;
Mrs. Clyde Priest's grandson -

Graham Sale of Savannah,Ga. Rev. and Mrs. Don Kokomoorof Granvtl Jones was elect- \
spent several days this week Fort Myers and Mrs. Ii.!!. ed to the President's Cabineton r
with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. Adams, Mrs. S.G. Denmark. the Student Government at
The Sales also had as Sunday Mrs. F.W. Strickland Mr. and Carson-Newman College In
visitors Mr and Mrs. Ed Sch- ''I' Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy, and Mrs. Tennessee. Cranvll will be a
Junior In the fall. Mrs. Priest'sgranddaughter V
lurberg of Jacksonville. Marion Moyer will leave Mon- I
day on a three weeks tour of Vanetta Jones, 1 r'' IIC H
graduated from Robert E. Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mooreof eight European countries.
Atlanta and Mr and Mrs. High School In Jacksonville
!!l. .. where she was Inducted Into '
Everett Abrams of Orlando will ,. Mrs. E.L. Matthews and Miss
be weekend guest of Mr. and ..;, "w.' Madge Mlddleton left Jackson- the National Honor Society. She '
Mrs. George K.Bennett KIng- ville by plane Sunday for a will attend Stetson University f WANTEDA
sley Lake. J. B. Godwin week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. In the fall. Another grand-
John Miller and children In daughter, Chery, a senior at } <
Dr. and Mrs. A.J. Barry and Wichita Falls, Texas. They will Lee High School, won a super- t GOOD HOME FORA
ior ratzig on her solos at the
Graduates ,
family were vacationing in central be accompanied home by Mary
State Music
Festival In Talla-
Georgia last week. Anne and Kevin Miller who hassee. IJ/

will spent the remainder the
PointCadet of
Mrs. Curtis Edwards and From Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwell > GOOD OK
daughter of Meridian, Miss. summer their grandparents have returned from two weeks
spent last week with her par- James B. Godwin, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Matthews, vacation In Nashville, Term, "
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E.C.Dukes. 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. JamesB. at Kingsley Lake. and Denver, Colo. USED CAR .;
Also visiting the Dukes over Godwin Sr.. Arcadia, grad- Julia Ann Walters Weds
the weekend were Mrs. Ray uated from the U.S. Military Mrs. W.E. Middleton is LTC and Mrs. V.J. Spenglerand
Brookins and children of At. Academy, West Point, N.Y. on spending this week with her daughter, Debbie, and Mrs. Mr Ripplinger!, In TrentonThe
lanta. June 9.Cadet. sister, Mrs. Mae Jones, In Emma Badman visited Mr. and First Baptist Church of of identical material as

Mr. and Mrs. Arne Hanger Godwin received a Jacksonville. Mrs. R.L. Spengler In St. Augustine Trenton was the setting for the was the bridesmaids with floral trim Baldwin Chevrolet Olds
Jr. and family of Salisbury, Bachelor of Science degree and Mr. and Mrs.F.W.Strickland Sunday. marriage of Miss Julia Ann at the empire waist and at the
Md. spent last week with Mr. was commissioned a second had as Sunday guests, Mrs. Walters and Edward nipplln-! bottom of the gathered skirt.
Sr. Lieutenant In the U.S. Army. Sidney Strickland of Lake City, Mrs. Guy Andrews and Mrs. ger Jr. Saturday, June 19, at Her sleeves were renaissance
and Mrs. Hauger Has
His career branch will be the Robert F. Head Jr. of Gainesville Few Good
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barrettof 4:30: o'clock. The Rev. Hugh H. style and she carried a white Clean
Claude Crowson Is a medical Field Artillery.A Jacksonville Beach, Mrs. visited friends and rela- Walters, father of the bride, basket of Marguerite daisies
patient in the Gainesville V.A. 1967 graduate of Bradford Lester Weekly and Mr. and tives In North Carolina and and the Rev. Leamon Ward, and mum petals. Kyle Grahamof Used Cars Priced The
Hospital. High School, he was congres- Mrs. L.A. Weekly Jr. and son Virginia last week. uncle of the groom, officiatedat Jacksonville, cousin of the
sional appointee to the academy. of Ocala. the double-ring ceremony. bride, was ring bearer.
Miss Jean Mundy and Mrs Godwin was an outstanding stu- Mrs. W.H. Hart, Mrs. Ella The bride Is the daughter of Jack Carter of Lake City; Way You Want Them
Patricia McLendonof Rock Hill, dent at BUS and a tackle on the Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Haines Moody, Mrs. Edith Christiansen Rev. and Mrs Walters of Tren- served as best man. Ushers a
S.C. are spending a month at school's first state champion and daughter of Gainesville and Mrs.Dora Beasley went ton. The groom is the son of were Medford Kelley, Lake City;
Kingsley Lake. football team. were Sunday evening visitorsof to Wildwood Wednesday to take Mrs. E.F. Ripplinger Sr. of and Lavan Dukes of Tallahassee. 1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ii iiiiniiiiui
Mr. and Mrs Charles Hardy. their sister, Mrs. L.W. Strick- Lake Butler, and the late Mr. .
Cadet Godwin is the grandson -
SA Randall Chism H Is attending of Mrs. Eve Godwin Bald- land, home, who had been their RlppllnKer. Immediately after the wedding -
electronic school for win and Mrs. Robbie Shallerof E.J. Dowling Jr and son, guest for two weeks. Two spiral candelabra, and : a reception was held at
18 months at Mare Island,Val- Starke Robert, of Wilmington, Dela. an arch candelabra holding ligh- the Woman's Club. The three- LOOK
lejo, Calif. were here last Tuesday to Local admittances to Brad- ted white tapers were used to tiered cake, topped with two
Thursday and Mr. and Mrs. ford County Hospital this week compliment the three arrange- white doves, was placed at one
Mrs. Herbert Johnson and The Methodist Women's Sun- E.J. Dowling HI of Clearwaterwere include: Mrs. Pency AdkinsandMrs. ments of white gladioli, mums end of the table, with the
son, Richard of Rockledgewere day School class had a dinner here last Wednesday to Mary Ann Rhoden, Hampton and pompoms, which were usedas punch bowl surrounded with
visiting her parents, Mr. party at the Red Lobster In visit their parents E.J. Dowl- ; Mrs. Made ilassler and the setting for the ceremony. fern and light pink pompomson
and Mrs. Randall Chlsm last Jacksonville Monday night celebrating Ing Sr., who was a patientIn and Mrs. Ann James, Keystone Palms were used as background the other end of the table.A .
week. the birthdays!! of their Bradford County Hospital Heights; Mrs. Nlta Todd, Lake greenery. Pews were marked silver candelabra with pink 1968 1968
teachers, Mrs. A.M. Holliday, and Mrs Dowllng. Mr. Dowl- Butler; Mrs. Jimmie W. Dann, with white satin bows. tapers and the bride's bou-
Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. and and Mrs. J.E. Denmark.Mr. Ing Sr. was released from the Melrose; Randal Brooks, Mrs. The organist, Mrs. Wilbur quet complemented the center Chevrolet Caprice Wagon Chevrolet BiscayneClean
Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Johns of hospital on Tuesday. Irene Brooks, Ernest Garrett, Bush, rendered a program of jf the serving table.
Jacksonville visited Mr. and and Mrs. F.W.Strickland Mrs. Gertrude McBride, Ewell nuptial music. Mrs. Carl Hurst The wedding cake was cut As New It Has 2 Door 6 .
Mrs. Dorsey Starling In Fort spent last Wednesday and Mr and Mrs. Jack Porter of Lawson, D.I. Knight, Mrs.Rose of Starke, cousin of the bride, and served by Mrs. John Dem- Air Conditioning, Power Cyl., Automatic
Stewart, Ga. last week. They Thursday at Daytona Beach. Charlotte, N.C.are spending the Perales, Mrs. Wilhelmlna Al- sang several solos. psey of Jacksonville, aunt of Steering Power Brakes, Transmission
also visited Jekyll Island. first of the week with Mr. and berthal. Mrs. Francis Blrt,and Given In marriage by her the bride, and Mrs. K.D. Ten- Power Steering, Radio
Charles Hardy has been a Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton. Theyall William Rhoden, Starke. father, the bride chose for her ly Jr. of Starke, cousin of the Radio And Heater. & Heater, Clean One
Carlton Faulk of Jacksonville patient In the Gainesville V.A. went to Tampa Tuesday to wedding a gown of all white bride. Serving at the punch This I Is a Nice Wagon
is spending the summer Hospital the past week visit Mr. and Mrs.Mark Hamil- Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Peek Jr. Angels kin satin peau and lace. bowl were Mrs. Thomas Scott And Ready For You. Owner Cor. Very Econ -
with his grandparents, Mr. and ton and family. They were accompanied attended the Florida Banker's The empire bdlce was of A- and Mrs. John Drew of Trenton omi cat I
Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr., at Klng Brant Turner underwent surgery by Mrs. N.B. Rosier Association convention at Miami lencon lace ,and pearl appli- Mrs. Edward: Berry of $2495
sley Lake. They had as week- on his left hand last Friday who remained with her Beach Wednesday to Sum,. ques. The dress featured a Tallahassee kept the bride's $1295
end visitor, Gary Lamonde of In St. Luke's Hospital, due son-in-law and daughter, the day. high Victorian neckline, accen- book. Greeting guests at the
Gainesville. to an infection. Mark Hamiltons and their new ted by a cameo belonging to the door was Mrs. Fate Seay. 1970 1968'
baby son, for a week. Mrs. O.L. Hayes Sr. Is con- bride's mother, and Renaissance Following a wedding trip to

..k- ..... .. .. .. .. ..L.A. ..... ..... ..... ..A.A... ..... ... .... ... ..A -. -- ... ... ..... valescing at the home of her sleeves. The slightly A- the mountains of North Carolina Ford Fairlane 500 Ford Thunderbird
7T l(7ITj Mrs. J.A. Scanlan, and Tennessee the couple
w *T" r r r f daughter line skirt was of satin with 2 Door Hard
after being In the Alachua Gen- panels of Chantilly lace anda will make their home at 1319 Top, Power This I U A Landau CoupeWith )
Relax This Weekend eral Hospital for five weeks satin bow complementing the W. Madison street, Starke. Steering and Brakes,
with a broken hip. back of the gown. She wore a The bride is a graduate of Air Conditioned, Radio Everything On It
- chapel l length mantilla of silk Trenton High School, Lake City Including, Stereo Trope
cc Mrs. J.P. Severo and son, net, bordered by Chantllly: lace Junior College, and Mississippi and Heater, Solid Baby New Tires, And A One
- Timothy, of McLean, \a. are which was secured with a College. She will teach first Blue Point With Match. Owner
spending two weeks with her with grade in Lake Duller Elemen- Interior. '
ENJOY French peau headpiece ing
< parents, Col. and Mrs. J.A. seed pearls. She also wore a tary School this fall.
Scanlan. and The groom Is a graduate of
c pearl pendant pearl ear- $2595 S2795
rings, a gift from the groom. Union County High School, Lake
Cindy Canova, daughter of She carried a white Bible adorned City Junior College, and FlorIda -
Mr. and Mrs. George Canova, with a white orchid, State University; lie Is a 1967
:K underwent oral Tues- sales for FlorIda 1968
\ID surgery lilies of the valley, carnations representative -
u day In St. Vincent's Hospital stephanotis and seeded Farm Bureau. Dodge Polara Dodge Cornett
after receiving a broken Jaw Those from Starke attendingthe
pearls. 4 Door Clean
( In a skiing accident Mondayon Miss Redd of Natchez, wedding were Mr. and Mrs. As New,
Judy 4 Door, 6 Cylinder I ,
Kingsley Lake. Miss served as maid of honor. F..D. Tenly Sr., Mrs. Tenly Jr. Air Conditioning, Power
Bridesmaids were Miss Susan and family, Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Steering, Power Brakes, Automatic Transmission
Mrs. Titus Olson visited Mr. Hurst and family. Radio, And Heater Good
Miss. and
Anderson of Tupelo, ,
1 Radio & Heater New
and Mrs. Paul Hawkins and Miss Sherry Ripplinger, sis- Hugh Walters, father of the Solid Car
family in Jacksonville over the ter of the groom. The attendants bride, is a former resident of Tires, Very Dependable
weekend.Mr. wore identical floor- Starke and a graduate of Bradford -
* "THE 'HAY IT OUGHT TO BE" lenth frocks of lime green da- High School In the class oi $1295 $1295
and Mrs. T.H. Slade
re- cron voile featuring an em- 1936.
turned from the Bahama Islands pire waistline, and sheer, full, 1964
Thursday, where they bracelet-length sleeves. Flo- 1960
have been vacationing for two ral trim accented the dressesat Miss Pamela Jenks daughterof Chevelle
months. the waist and cuffs. They Mr. and :Mrs. .John Jcnks of Ford Falcon
JULY 4TH WEEKEND wore a bow of identical dress New Orleans, former Starke 4 Door, 6. Cylinder! ,
Mrs. H.G. Bellinger was vis- material in their hair, and each residents, graduated :May 22 Standard Transmission" 4 Door, 6 Cylinder I Stan
iting her son-in-law and daugh- carried a Colonial bouquet of from Southeastern Louisiana University dard Shift.
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Jan Doug- pink, lavender and white cush- ; where she was on the Take It Home For Only
las, In Louisville. Ky. from ioned pompoms, baby's breath Dean's list the last two semes-
SATURDAY Friday to Wednesday.Mrs. and rainbow ribbon streamers. ters. Miss Jenks Is the grand- $450 wow $195
Miss Tasha Ward of Lake daughter of Mrs. Edith: ChrIs-
J.S. Walker and family Butler, cousin of the groom, tiansen of Starke and !New; Or- 1960
SPCIAl( SUNDAY of Fort Lauderdale have spent served as flower girl IIprtlress leans. And Now About
the past two weeks with her English Ford
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MONDAY ----.0
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. That Boat We Have
Moncrief, at Kingsley Lake.
Mr. Walker and son will Join Self Starting 53 HorsePower
2 Door Sedan Runs
the family over the weekend.
Good Mercury, Boat &

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Denny of Trailer CASH PRICE
CHICKEN PECK 9 Pieces $2.3 Anna, Ill. were weekend guestsof SuperSpecial $149.95 $950
Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early.
CHICKEN BUCKET-15 Pieces3.75
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Williams -

and family of Largo are We Need Clean Used Cars And!
CHICKEN BARREL Pieces4.99 spending two weeks at the Graham -
cottage on Kingsley Lake.
They visited the Jacksonville Trucks.
Zoo Tuesday

fM The women of the Madison The Trade-In Values rl' //iir/i-/,

birthday Street Baptist party Wednesday Church gave night a ern Than Ever: On UStI! Cars

after prayer meeting for Mrs.

L.A. Canova. music director. In On New, Chevrolet/
Home made Ice cream and cake Corning,

With Each Purchase Of One Of The were served. o o 1 0 And Ohhmobiles.fiLJyIN, .


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pointed out It would be settinga
Woman Zoning. precedent and Chairman To- Draft
Slightly InjuredIn .. rode agreed.
Pointing out the land In question

Call Street Crash (From Page 1)) is across the road from Halted
the lake front property; on -
Board Member Jerome '
weeks. Johns moved that the requestto Here /
Recognizing there does exist
Josephine S. William, 23. Church Street and had stoppedat rezone bo granted. His mo-
a definite need for mobile homesin
of Starke. was slightly Injured the Intersection and was tion died for lack of a second
struck by a 1971 Chevrolet dri- the county the zoning board Johns then moved allow Flynnto
Tuesday afternoon In a two clerk
Rhoda Dampier "
of Mrs.
okayed a large portion -
car mishap at the Intersection ven bv Mrs. Williams. advertise to have the singlelot Service Local
17 and 18 In the Pleasant of
reclassified. That motion
of Church Street and Call Street said yesterday she
Grove 18,
section and further northon Board
In Starke. Wll on. 89, of Starke. was passed and the request will be recelvednotincat1ontosus- .,'
SR-16 had
to allow mobile
1 taken at the July meeting
charged with! falling to yield up work
classification as
According to Patrolman Pat right of way and with causingan Ir. homes. if Flynn follows through with pend all
and Induction
n That move began with Tol- well as pre-Induction -
Henry of the City Police Department properly advertisement. Flynn
the collision occurcd accident. ( ,. -.. bert McCoy, who lives on SKIS !- obtained a list of the 35 resIdents calls until further no-
when a 1961 Chevrolet drivenby His 1961 Chevrolet was list- -_ y- next door to White's Trailer who signed the petition
ed total Park being granted a request tice.The
as a wreck. Damageto against his original request to action followed word from
hham Wilson pulled out the Chevrolet owned bv Dr. Pat Henry Investigates two car mishap at Intersection of Church and Call Street. to move a mobile home rezone the entire 51 acres. Washington that the nation's "

in front of the Williams ve- A.J. Barry, by whom Mrs.'wu-: onto tive to his Uve property In. Pointing for a to rela-the draft would halt at midnight

hicle. limns Is employed, was placedat need for area which allow mobile Alvarez. Wednesday unless Congresstook

I Wilson was headed.north on $350. structor Joe Warren Is In This summer's program Is homes the board, under (From Page 1)) emergency action duringthe
it not
day, and was expec-
Torode guidance,
Man Charged charge of the program which being operated with 'normal' McCoy's request and enlarged Includedthe on many accomplishments In the ted that such fast legislation
also summer funds, meaning state
begins July :S. much FFA program. would be possible.The .
I, With DWI Casey stresses that the operating funds regularly received The board larger refused area. RayfordC. Before his election as State hang-up In Congress over
school's student work study by the county; school Giles' request to keep a President.'Alvarez headed the extension of the draft law,which
57TH Resisting program Is not In conflict with system. mobile home on his lot in Cypress local FFA Chapter and also expired at midnight June 30
BirthdayOF the work study program now Beach on Little Santa served as district president.All was due to a stumbling blockin
1 I
OfficerCharges being offered by CURB Econo- Fe Lake. Giles admitted mov- persons wishing to attend tho form of an amendment
I mic Agency through Its Neigh- BHS Sets ing the trailer onto the pro- the Tuesday luncheon are tacked to the bill by the Sen-
THE of resisting arrest borhood Youth Program. In- perty; without asking for a per- asked to notify; Huggins or Paul ate last week calling on the
stead the school's program Hutchins, FFA advisor. Wives President to negotiate a U.S.
|I and two traffic law violationswere New Deal mit.-He said five trailers are
filed Friday, June 23:, takes off from that program, presently on adjoining lots. are Invited to attend the"Dutch withdrawal from Indochina

Pine Level Baptist Church |I against Rodney Gene Sharp. Casey The says.regular summer swim- For Summer turned But the down board a recent said request It has treat". Muggins luncheon said.with their husbands within nine of the months draft bill.after enactment -

The arresting officer, Bradford ming program for nonswimmers Just down the lake and, therefore -
I I Deputy Glen A. Moore, and beginners is again !- w a -
Starting July 5,Bradford High could not change policy
charged Sharp with driving being offered, Supt.Casey says.It for Giles. It r: .
School will initiate was pointed out
a new con-
I while Intoxicated and also with also starts Monday. The first lORIDA ,
Outstanding Services Being Planned. driving while his license was shift leaves from Southslde Ele- cept for summer programs In the other five trailers _replaced Stammer
Dinner On The Grounds mentary School at 8:13 the county.; on the lots prior to
I under suspension. : a.m. last August 3 when the zon- EsT
Services Kith The deputy also arrested two the second shift from Lawtey The program which begins ing ordinance went Into effect. I I
Afternoon Outstanding | other occupants of Sharp's car, Elementary at 9:15: a.m., and July 5 and lasts through the "It's a real problem, but I SELL-A-BRATION :
Speakers And Special Music. charging D. Odean Parker with the third shift from Starke Elementary 30th. incorporates a "flexible don't see how the board can ONTROI
I voluntary Intoxication and Ivy at 10:15.: schedule" to meet the indivi- I
other than to deny the re- FOR THE
Dees Jr. with lending his 11- Casey also pointed out that dual student's time needs. zoning request," said Board I BEST a otuar.t ca
\ cense to another. The Incident although students will attend PEOPLE IN THE rVORLD-
Jerome Johns.
What this means Is that dur- .
Plan Now To Attend occured near Brooker. summer classes only half a
ing the school day which lasts Chairman Torode predictedthe
day, teachers will take part t
arraignment Friday Sharpwas
in an In-service training pro- from 8 a.m. to I p.m. a stu- Santa Fe Lake propertywill t
a preliminary
dent come Into the classroom be Improved over the next
may -
gram from 1:30: to 4 each
hearing on the resisting arrest
r of the 20 days. at anytime for his two few years.
count. Sharp led not guilty Garden t tt
to two driving charges. There are 135 teachers and hours of class room study. Giles was given a "reasonable" t Supplies
administrators in the "If the student works, we time to dispose of the
Parker pled and
guilty was
Modern Nursery For All summer program, the superintendent want him to work, but study\ trailer.
10:60 fined
total of $36. Dees
School a pled
Sunday "
too, the high school administration A request was granted the t tt
"rnlnll turrhip 11:00: Service not guilty and his case, along says. .
The says.A Ott Corporation developers a: t
I.'rnhup 1\"hIP 00 with the two against Sharp, was summer program will CHEMICALS
Wednesday Fneninx'10 Call 964.6490 For Free transferred to the trial docket. end July 30, giving students amonth.s student Is limited to two Seminole Ridge on Big Santt
) Fe Lake Melrose, to place
Huft Transportation vacation before the fall classes In the program. For near FERTILIZER
a trailer as an office for six t
term begins August 30.
each class they will receiveone t
Summer months. It would not be usedas
The 1971
summer third
program of a high school cre- WATER HOSE
residence and will be
being tabbed as academic oriented dit In that subject.On a ,
Sch ooL.. after a school board temporary, It was pointed out. A
edict which Indicated several July 5, all students desirIng A request of Mrs. Donald J. Jft/ PLANTERSTOOLS ,
Pine Level Baptist Church (From Page 1)) months ago that the board wants enrollment In a Math Martin for her son to keepa ,
class should report to A-19 mobile home the
; on propertyof
also slated for the summer In more a summer swimmIng -
Science, A-2 Social Studies Julius Marlowe the t
The ; on coun-
which 60 students will work 25 program. summer
hours week and be paid school was shortened to 20 A-5; English Beading Oriented try club road off SR-16 was I
( Action Center Of Bradford County ) $1 per per hour. A prerequisite, days after administrators decide ), A-12; English, A-5; Home denied. Though Mrs. Martin :Iq
the Economics-; Spanish I and didn't ask for a reclasslflca-
Supt. Casey points out. Is that 30-day program oper- 1OOFFI I
n, A-8 Band, Band Hall and tion, the board told her the
3 kl., West (Cn Hwy 100 be the Involved student-worker In some must type also vocational ated project last for summer a year-round In a school pilot Business.; C-19. ; property; was zoned RIA (top 0

class Vo-Tech In- term was too A Driver's Ed course will residential zoning) and a trailer -
could not be kept there

r-- -- ------- long.oU and last A-I8.all from students The 8 a.m.popular should to 6 course reportto P.m. even acted lowe property.temporarily a caretaker while of the the Mar-son STORE WIDE :

is already closed to further en-
Permission was given, how-
rollment. for Mrs. Martin to havean f

STARKE PT4cENT I II course 8 majorette A a.m.girl's Is to and 1 being p.m.Physical drill offered and team.includes Fitness from All by bile ever there reclassified acre home.are of already land The to she allow board several owns the near-noted mo-mo-'' t ft S S t tI

girls Interested should report
bile homes In the
: area. A
'to the chorus room.
120 COURT ST '\\\ 1III// FROM: I Physical Education Is offered I AI I Ip

... to the boys in the afternoonand Jay Ellis, Paradise Lake resident
\ lull' at night. All boys Inter- commended the zoning V ; V
I 11 & HARRY COLLIER OWNERS 1U ested should report to the field board for an excellent Job In I I II
; house. formulating and carrying out + is
., Boys and girls participating Its zoning regulations. Ellis E i I.:
1' _. ':/ .5 ./i In the physical fitness programswill said an old trailer which wat
!:: ._ I I It
"," 'II! II\' -r ". :,, "i.' JCI.: receive one-third of a cre- moved onto the lake was fount! I
\ \\\' ib S-:; dit as In any other course. within two hours of Its being
I placed. The trailer was move
I + + off with In a day, he said. t
f;: 13tr liee : Parents are wttl-advittd to It was the property adjacent t iMum' Plants To (dinner: I .mm'"
tell their children the truth. to Bedford Lake that caused
I ll .. 1 about drugs, if they/ don't mind the major controversy Tuesday All Included In Slope( \\ id( < Sil I
-4 r hearing back the truth about however The advertise-
the Martini. ment by Flynn and his mother,

1 ', :1P' Parrots 1 4 Mrs.request Mamie was Adams to, have Indicatedthe the Jr"(' A 1'1'1'' 1I''' 1 on t tt

PRICES GGOD e'ra'-'y July entire 51 acres owned by he t
I I and his mother rezoned. But
F' .
THURS., FRI., SAT' \w PartyFrom at the meeting Flynn said he FLORIDA PESTCONTROL

ONLY1' $6 wants only one trailer his own. t ,
I _. 98 I "Nobody else will be there
,-r. ;; ( Page 1)) unless we sell It."
: t 1 1f J.R. Kelly pointed out that
I --t- EACH t' County If trailer Is allowed, there, I I
\ FULL LINE I I The children will be Judgedon would one be no ground for refusing &Ch.mkalCo.How 5 Phone 9 1:. Call Street
and 964.5745
personality I..
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SUPPLIES and perty clothes. Entry Board Member Rex Smith .
< may be obtained from Mrs.
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I \ .':-/.' 1/1/1 -; '. .. I I after urday.6 p.m. or any time Sat-

M A chicken dinner Is planned
1 -"J 1 I from 5-7 p.m. Monday at the about
N fairgrounds. The 80-member
1 I.? First Baptist Church Choir will some money
1 I sing during the supper.

( -- / l A softball game between city you can't lose?
I and county officials Is set at 7
: .. C9.I .\'" I I p.m. right after the chicken
.,./ \C dinner. Most officials have indicated -
10-ral. All Glass I I Mrs. Sanders they will says.participate City Recreation -,

Director Gene HayI -

I $12.98". Starter Set II I vent burn and Is In will charge award of a this trophyto e- an

the winners. rt

,( $9.98 The big fireworks bombard-
II I ment will begin at dark, or
9 fr 'r about 9 or 9:30: p.m.. Mrs.

.'>-Year (;wrnnWf' Sanders savs. Mark Gabordl.
I t who has furnished fireworks
for the Keystone Heights July
4 display for the past several
.I years, will furnish and set off l'

II 0e a More Itetijumx To Slutp Sttirtu I'et CenterBellas : the fireworks.A final planning. of the big

\ I.1 I Wednesday Independence night Day In the was Cham-held

1 -\.1\ ( 99,' ,.... Neon Tetras 29<* ea. ber that of time Commerce It was hoped office.that At You don't have to worry about money being lost or
ecl.ettl 1 I
plans for such old-fashioned stolen when you carry travelers checks.
p. contests as a greased pig race, If they're lost or stolen you can get almost immediate
I. Algae I Eaters, 69* ('U. a greased polo contest, a milk- replacement. Cashable anywhere and good until spent.
I I Ing contest, and a marble game The small service charge is little to pay for
will be firmed up. Several organizations peace of mind. Buy your travelers checks here.
I are considering You can spend them In the U. S. A.,too, you know.FiORIDA.
Green Sword I sponsoring booths and plans
4 For for that were also to be fin
Red Wag Sword ; a II zed.
I "rrr Velvet Red Sword f.i-I I Organizations which have '

Redtail Varitu It confirmed Invitations to participate -
99 In the parade Mondayare
I Black Mollies I l the Senior Citizensmer-
Ican I.eglon, :Shrine; Club Elks: BANK: AT STARKE
Club Hospital ,Auxiliary .
I Northeast Florida Poultry Association

/ 'Wlwre Pete Are Our Husiiuvs Junior' Woman's Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
IL Shop .. Not A Side Line Club, Candy Stripers, City of

I I-jwUy Forestry Department One of 30 Bank of the Florida National Group
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S. Discount Teams Battle In .Play

Three straight wins in Men's The Independents thanks to RESULTS THURSDAY Going into the top of the sev-
Wins Bantam .e League Slow Pitch Softball by HursUTerwlllegar. were not JUNE 24- enth inning Andrews led 12-7
a/W/ Williams Jewelry-Community allowed to enjoy their possession WILLIAMS-COMMUNITY 17 and needed only to record three
Bank and splits by Burst..TerI of first place very long. FIRST BAPTIST 7 outs before the Gulf team could
wlllegar and the Independents First Baptist Church actuallyled score five runs.
I has reshuffled standings completely Just as they were perched this game 7-6 going Into Andrews got the first out
atop the standings the Hippies the bottom of the fifth Inning real easy on a pop up but the
ChampionshipThe came along and knocked them next two didn't happen until
"Here we go again Tryingto The Church Jumped off to a
oftlike 17-10. The Independents -
--- keep up with who's In In 5-0 lead and held It for two after Cunningham had pushed
led after one Inning 4-3,
five runs across plate
Is and one-half innings. Williams
first place something else,
HursUTerwlllegar led after two
tie the game. Cunningham
-Community plated four I1II'ISIn
Recreation Director Clone
1971 Bantam The says 8-4 and never fell behind after scored six times In the top
Boys Base Elks team was the firstto Rayburn. the bottom of the third,
ball season came to a climax score when they plated two that. but still trailed 5-4. Williams of the eighth inning and turned
Friday night June 25, as both runs In the third Inning. Those Since June 21. the men have It was 9-5 at the end of -Community; look a 6-5 lead what looked like certain defeat -
games of the two night double- two times were all the Police played six gomes but no team three; 12-6 after four' 12-9 after four, but First Baptist Into a big win.
headers has been able to gain a let of after five and the final 17- Andrews outhlt Cunningham
were decided by one pitcher Stu Rayburn and a stingy regained the lead 7-6 In the
defensive team would allow. ground or make any big gains 10. top of the fifth but then the 19-15 with Lloyd Allen going

run.Going Into the gaifles Friday B.P.O.E. had only two base .." toward the championship.out. The Kay. Ilurjt-Terwlllegar outhlt the bottom fell out and the. roof four-for-flve and Jessee
burn points top four
night Southern held a one runners In the remaining three losers 17-14 but still needed caved In. Wheeler three-for-flve one a
lead over B.P.O.E. If both game these Innings and those were base on 7)), '. ... -, teams are running so close a poor defensive play by the Independents In the fifth and sixth innIngs homo run. Harold Davis paced
teams won, the game they had balls. ,, '.....:. ,..... ... race that the league outcome to post their 17runs. Williams Community his tram at bat going four-
: the air
t "' Is In
rained out would have had to The Police boys had only one .: .JIr;.: up completely. Doug Brown, Eddie Douglas scored II times for the 17-7 for-five Claude Hardee was
be played since B.P.O.E. would base runner In the first three ) Williams Jewcirj-i-ommun- BUI Adams and Hobble come from behind victory. The three-for-four.
have had a chance to He tor Innings off the pitching of Bruce .. t.IIf.; ... ._. ity; Bank made the must prog- Smith each had three hits for winners collected 19 hits and
first place with a win over Dis Wolfred and that was a walk. ress playing three games and the winners.! Lloyd Gllpln went were led by Frank Goolsby; and RESULTS: SUNDVY. JUNE 27
count. Then In the fourth Inning John Shop.ly Sharon Howell slam ball in Women's play winning all three to gain a four-for-four to pace his team David Bennctt'sthree-for-four. 1NDI) :PENPUNTS 12
share of tirst place.IlurstTerwlllegar. while Johnny Crlfds was three- Charles Francis and Jim Cros- ANDREWS 8
Kllby got Police's first hit and
for-four. by each were two-for-three for \ndrews made
once again a
SOUTHERN DISCOUNT; 4 scored to trail 2-1 after four. i and the In-
Police tied the game at 2-2 In I(dependents each played twice the' losers. strong effort to knock off one
Colonial ,
Wins SeventhTo of the league contenders, this
Southern Discount kept tile the fifth to set the stage for and each won one while dropping COMMUNITY BANK 13 time falling short of Independents
pressure on B.PO.E. by win- the exciting ending. one. Cunningham played ANDREWS DRUGS 13 CUNNINGHAM: ; 18 12-8.

ning their game. However, the Jim Prevatt led things off Remain Undefeated only once and won It Williams Community had ANDREWS: I the game was up for grabs
Discount boys had to survivea with a double and then when he Final round of the second little difficulty In stopping Andrews Andrews Drugs had Cunning most of the way. The Inde-
little pressure themselves stole third, the next two bat- half begins Tuesday, June 29, Drugs 13-3 In five inn ham Gulf on Ute ropes for six pendents finally put It away
from Coca Cola, but managedto ters were Intentionally walkedto After having had several the first Inning! and then went and each team has five games ings. Innings but then let them by scoring three times in the
out a 4-3 victory. load the bases and set a remaining to play. The I Williams-Community scored
squeeze up games lost to the rain scoreless until the sixth. Koch's next bounce off for a come from sixth for a 13-7 lead.
Southern sent three runs a- force play at home. However the women's league finally man scored single tallies In the 10 days should put a dimmeron four In the first on five hits, behind win in eight innings. \ndrewa led briefly In the,
cross the plate In the second Gary Bakken would not take played a scheduled game Friday second and sixth. Going Into one or two teams chances four In the third on five hits After the.Gulf team scored game by the score of 4-3. but
Inning to lead 3-0. Coke went the bait and he ended the game June 25.COI.ONIAL. the game bottom of the sixth but will It? and five In the fifth on four twice In the top of the first, at the end of two Independentsled
hitless and scoreless for the with a solid rap to center scor- Colonial led only by two runs hits. The winners had a total Andrews plated five runs In 7-4 and never relinquished
first,, three Innings: but then ing Prevatt and the winning run. 4-2. JIESULTS TUESDAY! .JUNE of 15 hits and were paced by the bottom of the same Inning, the lead thereafter Going into -
plated two runs In the top of The Police, unfortunately for FLORIST 12 22- Johnny Johnson's three-for- added four more in Ute sec- the' bottom of the sixth Andrews
the fourth to trail 3-2. Dis- B.P.O.E. probably playedIts KOCH'S DRUGS 2 Colonial broke the, game open three and Frank Goolsby's ond for a 9-2 lead. Cunningham were still close trail-
count ,made It 4-2 In their finest game of the season. Colonial Florist continued Its h by recording eight runs with HURST SHELL (TRWII- three-for-four. Paul Wheelerhad rallied for five runs In ing only 9-7 but the winners
half of the fourth. Coca Cola They committed only one miscue trek toward the league cham- the the aid of 12-2 six hits via the and 10 ended LEGAR FORD 17 two for the losers one of Ute third to trail 9-7 I before plal'lcd three runs for the win.
loaded the bases In the fifth on a hit and two others on pionship and an undefeated rule.game run TIlE INDEPENDENTS 10. them a home run. Andrews made it 107. t-ont'd On !Pg. 6)
but could realize only one score throwing errors. Stu Ray- league by recording vic
and Discount had a 4-3 win burn was on the mound all the season Colonial collected 14 hits with

and then could sit back and way for the winners, allowing tory Koch's number Drugs 12-2 seven Friday.defeating Faye Johnson Barbara Brown, .. -; -- .. '"
see If B.P.O.E. would remain four base hits, four walks, and and Cathy Sealy each getting '-
Colonial plated four runs In r
three hits. The losers had
alive. struck out eight. Each team sev- .,.
Coke had only two hits, one had four hits with Gary Bak- en hits with Debbie Thomas and t. f
each by Don Lott and Anthony ken leading Police (going two- run, eight by two runs and Sue Contois going two-for- k 4 ) ,
had four seven games had to be decided three e"e 9el
Jones. The winners for-three, while Kllby and Prevail -
base hits, one each by Jack- each had one hit. Keith in extra Innings. The second game scheduled ) .." "' buX**?
son Prevail Jeff Jockel, Mike Kelly was two-for-threetopace "We believe that our experiment for the evening saw both teams ..... ..
Kitchens, and Andy Crews. his team. David Gaines and I Robert with pitching not allowing lose and neither was credited >... rr
Edmondson each had one the stronger boys who with a win. As game time rolled J.
could really fire It, was a
hit. around neither team could fielda / "*
POLICE 3 successful one, Rayburn says. rn"M .
team of nine eligible ,
players .
B.P.O.E. "This was one of the most Instead of each. team In each .
this successful seasons we have therefore, a double forfeit -
B.P.O.E. went Into one game recording 10-15 strikeouts t
their colleUve backs to the had," says Rec Dir. Gene Ray- the majority; of the boys was In existence and both 1 ,
wall. They had to win or It burn. The leagues was fairly hit the ball somewhere. This teams were charged with a r s .1&<..

was over. well balanced as attested by did two things, the young boys loss. ifhl
On the other hand the Police the fourth place team knocking learned to hit the ball and the STANDINGSColonial 7-0
Department had locks on POE out of a shot at the boys playing defense had an Norman's 4-3. Koch's 2-5 Bar- """"l.

fourth place win or lose. But championship. opportunity; to field the ball. rett's 0-7. hl,, .
they decided to go out a win- Twenty one 01' the 29 games "We think the boys learneda SCifEDULrFriday My
ner, and they did by winning played were decided by four lot and had a good time. I July 27:30: Bar- M
it In the bottom of the last runs or less. Ten of these know we did," Rayburn. con- rett's vs Koch's; 9 p.m.. Nor- ? ,5
inning games were decided by one cludes. man's vs Colonial. .

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r\ The 2nd Annual Starke Women's
I w 444y
Invitational Softball

= tr.; ... ," ; ;r;.;;.U, Tournament, a field of eight :/ .' ... -
EL1 Westside
teams will be held at 'I'" .,
ueua.vrruszcha Park
Friday, Saturday
_,.. '" .Ia ,_, ." ,,;;:;! and Sunday July 9-11. r FI

II [[ ) -1111flllll f ment Teams are entered Colonial In Florist the tourna-.nd .

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I James had Ms shirt off but.
4-H "White was tracked as tar his prison pants.
PlaceIn still had on
Lightning Damages ers Freedom Brief as the Reno section of Starke Eunice said. He had the stripe
Sunday afternoon, where the from his leftpa"
off partially
Laivtey Church Steeple blood hounds lout his track" torn but still on the right
] s leg,
For 2
Horse Shaw EscapeesRobert Dugger said "He was then leg., That's the way the deputy -
sighted at around 10 p.m. that ; knew he was an escaped
night as lie Jumped from car convict. .
.J_. at a stake-out pear his father's According to Eunice, James'
f Seven members of the Bradford Judy Lopv and Raymond Far- Junior White Is In buckshot wounds tn the leg and home In Union County. offered no resistance, but kept
4-11 Horse Club represented rls. Judy placed fourth in the the Raiford State Prison hos- back after escaping from a him that he would rather ->
their Club and County at grade gelding class and Ray- pital and Aaron James Jr. Is stake out near his father's homeIn He was ordered to halt several be shot than taken back
1 the 4-11 District Horse Show In mond placed firth In the Registered back in his cell, after the two Union County times. He failed to do so, Raiford.
? Ocala Saturday with their 4-11 Gelding Class. excapod from the prison Sat- According to Warden L.E. and Union County Deputies fired to Eunice took the prisoner into I
n leader Marvin Mlllkln. and To qualify for the District urday night. Dugger, the two escaped from striking him In the leg and custody and returned him to
County Agent Bobbv Tavlor. Show, members had to be enrolled White, who was serving a Unit 0, a medium security section back. Ratford.
Debbie"Bo in organized 4-11 Club, one year sentence out of Pasco by climbing the fence Sat- s
Patricia Phlfer, White escaped Into the woods
urday night around 930.
own and care for their horse County on a charge of aggravated :
bo, Mike Reed, Tim Head, and but his tracks
for at Unit 0, In Bradford County, however, were
least 90 and have
days, battery,
Bobby Carter qualified to participate participated In a County show received! had no guards along Its fence.4H'r picked up early Monday morn- City's Hole .
In the State 4-11 HorseShow prior to district. --- Ing by bloodhounds and he was
placing In the top three captured around 8 a.m. In a
The State Show
4-11 Horse
of a class. Members were allowed wooded area east of Providence,
will be held In Orlando on July Finally giving way under
to participate in one hal- near SR-238, by personnel from
1 ter class and three perfor- 16-17, and will feature some the Division of Corrections and somebody's foot, the rotten
mance classes of the top grade and regis- the Union County Sheriffs De- floor In Starke's city hall
tered horses in the State. now displays a neat round
Pat Phlfer( first In the partment.
placed The Bradford 4-H Horse Club hole in the hallway leadingto
halter class of grade mares None of his wounds are ser-
now In Its' second has 45: the council meeting room.
14.2 hands and over, and placed year ious and he is to be released recommendation last
active still "My
1t fifth In Showmanship, fifth in members and Is from the hospital in a few days. "
solved ,
would have
last all year
? growing. During the year
Western and
Horsemanship, t the warden said. commented Councilman Jim-
YJ fifth In Showmanship, fifth in members have participated In James was caught two miles
numerous horse shows, held a 1 my Bowen, referring his suggestion -
Western and of across
Horsemanship, north Starke
and that the city spend
successful Junior Rodeo I
about 6
fifth In Reining at a.m.
sponsored an American Quarter $225,000 to build a new city
Debbie Bobo placed third in Horso Show. Sunday morning. hall.
Pole Bending, fourth In Bar- According to Deputy Eunice,
rell! Racing, and fifth In the For more information about he sighted the prisoner walk- There was some talk of I
grade mare Halter Class under membership or activities, call display District Horse Show Ribbons (I.R) Ing south on US-301, as he was repairing the hole, but the
14.2. President MIKe Reed, 4-H Judv Loper, Bobby Carter Debbie Bobo, Mike Reed returning home from his duties council wasn't enthusiastic a-
Lightning badly damaged the and the steeple Is still covered Leader Marvin Milikln or your as night radio operatorat bout spending money on the
Mike Heed president of the County Agent's Office In Starke. Patricia Phifer, Tim Head, and Raymond Farrit.
steeple of 82-year-old Grace with the original wooden shingles :4! 4-11 Horse Club, placed sec- the County Jail. old bulldlrur.
j. Methodist Church at Lawtey which were put in placeby ond in the grade mare Halter

about shingles 5 p.m.and Monday boards, knocking from- years the ago.Officials late" A.M. Blanchard, 821' Class in the Barrelllace.14.2 and! !over, and third ..- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .. ... .... ... .. ............. .............. ..

all four sides of the 60-foot of the church Bobby Carter placed secondIn .
high structure. A torrential rain that no estimate had yet & Pole Bending and fourth in .
at the same time kept the steeple made of the cost of repairing { the Barrell Race. .
i from catching fire, however. the damage, which was covered ,; Tim Head placed second in
The church was built In 1889, by Insurance. *1 1.wm The grade mare Halter Class : Join The Carrier Comfort Parade :

} o4Ersx'wwv aotru'o-sa2tr >o'Mei's bwGGx i 9it'. :? riVi' under 14.2.Winning.ribbons but not qua-

ing almost at will. The winners .
State Show
lifying for the were
SoftldL. scored 12 times In the .
second, four In the third, and .
once in the fourth, which was Following the league playoffan .
(Con't. from Page 5)WILLIAMSCOMMUNITY) the last inning they came to A.S.A. playoff will be held .

bat.The to determine Starke's representative f .
17 final round began Tues- to the A.S.A. sub- .
HUHST-TERWILLECJAn 6 day, June 29, with the final district tournament. The two .
Williams JewelryCommunity game scheduled for Sunday,July top teams of the A.S.A, playoff .
; Bank really racked llurst-\ 18. Many interesting games will be eligible to com- .
Terwlllegar to the tune of 17- will be played between now and pete in the sub-district whichis .
6. July 18. Since Murst-Terwil- scheduled to be played in .
Williams Community hit legar won the first half and Starke beginning July 25, .
the ball with authority, but Williams-Community placed .
Hurst-Terwlllcgar aided them second In the first half the .
quite a bit too. Committing pressure Is really on the Independents LEAGUE' SCIIEDULE- .
numerous fielding miscues and Cunningham Thursday, July I- 7.30: Andrews (
while Williams-Community was Gulf. For either one of them vs First Baptist; 9 p. .
holding Hurst lerwlllegar to have a shot at the overall m. Hurst-Terwlllcgar vs Cunningham (
scoreless and almost hitless championship they must win ==. = J
for four Innings, they, t TI- the second half and we know Tuesday, July 6- 7:30: First r. j
selves, were hitting and s both of them cannot do that. Baptist, vs Independents; 9 p. ii N ., (I

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legar 6-4, Andrews 2-7, First ..
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HeadlinesBy : !> "... aac> :.:!'saea ntasx *"" BROOKER in BRIEF o-m>>;'i'I>> !? ".M<<+ .:f< '(:'h'.V'X ;PW% i 3><::k.1G. :,*6 S 6'fi C 6 9 R 9.Ifif1i(}WN*

with her ,
uTid' white daisies and blue bUt- rouljrty. 'ottttrntuations \ : ; Spicer of New'York; 'The ladles

Mrs Kartn SupskyHURCH' BRIDAL SHOWERS terflles. Bouquets of white glad- BY LINDA C. COX Larle. are moving/: ) i Inrgo.oiy .
FOR MISS liAR/HELL bibs, daisies and blue chry-: '\ C'agtlon along with Steve
Miss Ramona Harrell, bride- Mrs. Ronald l I4niAWl a! d I1C-
ACTWiTIES santhemums were used as Dean Brooker June 20.Those W.\tui of Simpson' City, and
Everette Pearsall Is spend- elect of Harold Griner, was sIster Mrs. Sparks and Sunday, Ing classes MJ d \\AtI\\1: \ l lit .
Hampton Baptist Church last of Interest. The Lavern Outlaw .Er. of Starke
points Jason re-union Included
Gainesville attending this
ing two fro m -
weeks with his with son, the Brooker I tent\M'
mn- honored lingerie shower comity > y> centeron
a five dav Vaa. covered eno vd
,eeK completed table was also ) > a weckotcamplng In
punch Thomas
graduation Mr. and Mrs.
ation Bible School session ther. Mrs. Juanita Pearsall Tuesday evening, June 22, at with a white linen cloth Punch attended Jody : Thursday %vej'<\\j til! Inns! I 17, tile mountains. mo places they
and Drawdy and of Apopka, Mr.
his Saturday morning son
brothers and sisters. the Brooker community center exercise The students {(!jI\I\ iVcqiiptiM i \ .
hich Involved teaching an from a crystal went were: Sumej.Mountain and
Everett was poured After graduation the and Mrs. James Harris, Marie
verage of 175 children dally. has come up from Shi- The center was beautifully bowl. A daisy Ice-mold cen- June 12. ballet d;dnncli8| ; tt>;\/<*fl tcU- :six I flags In Atlanta Georgia
loh Youth Ranch for Boys in decorated with white Mundens along with Mrs.Sparks and Jimmy of Starke Mr. and tines, and hula flclal enrollment was set at a yellow, tered the punch bowl. Blue ; \ \ ore Grand; : Ole Opera In Nashville -
Vero Mrs. Slim and child-
Beach. and motif. A miniature and son traveled to Marshall, Drawdy participating "fiubVV' \ :; 'I' IJI\\; '
grand' total of 212 student green a beautiful 'Icnn., and on to Chero-
.tween 'ttie ages of 3 and 16. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Johnsonare bride centerpiece adorned the lighted glow tapers to the gave table. Cake Texas where they visited Mr. ren, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Itlggs, Kim Tift| The Pastor of Hampton Bap. having a family reunion gift table which was covered decorated with a blue Pat Munden Sr. They had a Drawdy and children, and Harry Thomas, Glgl 'rhc\:\/tI jessKa Mr. and Mrs. Tommy CQX.
s this week at KIngsley Lake. with a white linen cloth over- squares very enjoyable week. At tlie Drawdy, all of Brooksvllle.Mr. Thomas Isabel 1 1J'Ii\ # / |I- |hula llradlee
dlt acted as Principal of the rosebud were served from a and iJcenn :ate lunch
Besides having relatives that laid with a white' lace cloth. present time Jody Is attending and Mrs. Monroe solo and Larie "l\Ailv\ \ a solo '
aided with
llble School, by 30 adult sliver A was played Tommy's mother, Mrs.
live near to them game Pre-law School at the (I'diver; and children; Mr. and Mrs. routli\ .AfyXt forty
Mary Lee The registration table held the baton \
members of his regular and by Mrs. Mill Mack Pressley, In Lake Butler
a prize won ,
Allen Dock Drawdy and daughter,Rosa -
I congregation teaching classes of California Is also bride's book, enhanced by a Blgrmm. ally of Florida.PERSONALS Robin Parrish and Teresa people enjoyed tfi/ ,# U/V/ ply rc. Wednesday June 23. Oilier

{doing committee work,and seeIng geUier.participating In the get-to- yellow lighted taper In a silver Miss Harrell was presentedwith Goss, all of Brooker. Also Mr. dial children were: Becky Pressleyand
the needs of the holder. The punch table ribbon bags Mr. and Mrs. Cox
; young- two lovely ; Jimmy
rile: Honorable Mrs. Allen N.E. Barnes of Waycross Ga. SOCIALMr. !
and Bishop
Mayor of also had yllow lighted tapersIn Mr. of
est attendants. blue and white lace one made Castlewood. Va. After lunch
General Officers were( : SecretarY Sweetwater, Allen J. Lare, who sliver holders; It too was a by Mrs. Louise Finch the other of Mobile, Ala. spent several Miss Larte Temple spent last andMrsEfliahbgl 1 \ Klle Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cox start
Edith Herman assisted has property In High Springs covered with white linen over- was a blue net with daisy; app- days with Mrs. Pearl Markey week In Leesburg, at Ma- nman have as tbely, ,JildStl bliss ed on their long journey home-
by Lenora Ernest and Katie Is up from Sweetwater for the laid with a lace cloth. Lime liques madey by Mrs. Iva Dou- recently. jorette Camp. She was chosenas Virginia Meld*1I \\1'" .t",. Rose! ward.
week. While of the late a majorette for Bucholott
here his Honor The children RosaL.
sherbert punch was poured
Thomas Otis Melton
Everett Anne Pearsall; doing the and odd has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. from a crystal bowl while cake glas.presented The with honoree a beautiful was white also Drawdy held their annual High School. The majoretteswere I II!: ....-. ... ",- aatfi: '(5:':r8: 'r.t:: ;4::2::>kC'Lrea: ::d.:YA: :-:tGRkJj ::
such as building projects Arthur Bruno, long-time squares decorated with yellow while get-together dinner at the home judged by the Head MaJ- j :Sorvinir; Florid
going jobs on errands, etc.; Brenda friends while the Brunos lived rose bud were served at the .the chrysanthemum bride's mother corsage: Mrs.; Guy of Mr. and Mrs. Kay Gogs In orette from the University of h Sim-f |!"ISO'!;
in Larie second ::
Miami. Florida. placed :::
other end of the table from a
Jones acted as bus driver durIng llarrell, was presented with a
Mr and Mrs. George Ken- 17 - -- -- n
silver tray. Approximately '
the week. beautiful blue jl
mum .
The ladles who worked on nan are leaving Thursday to guests enjoyed playing games. also.
the refreshment committee visit their son and daughter- Prizes were won by Mrs.Bobby 60 1"ScoForYour9If"f
serving snacks during a break reside in-law In Tony and Elaine, who Parrish of Lake Butler, Patsy Joyed Approximately this lovely shower.guests Miss en- j I

were as follows: Juanita Pear- London England, Edwards and Ramona Harrell. llarrell received many lovely i

vIeve sail, I Lois Saunders.Brown Nursery and Gene-keep Elaine first child who, and Is expecting Tony wish her to Miss lovely gifts.Harrell The received hostesses some pre gifts.of harvest Among gold those stainless was a steel set f f i'Tflr sssHnB KAPLAN NOMEIMPROVEMNT : .. fv\.l1li\\ ( iallyV

children show their parents around En- sented the honoree with beautiful t/nJ co. :\ t'v
ers for under three a cookware given to her by the myB
gland before birth of the baby white and peignoirset. Irr-r\: :\\I Welcomes
were Linda Cameron.Amy WH- gown hostesses. t ||; f Introduce \II\'c\

Hams and Mrs. Sidney Tay- and prevents Mrs. such Kennan freedoms.will also Mr.try were. Hostesses: Mrs. Steve for the Crawford evening Hostesses Mrs.for Ronald the Bristol.evening Jj j REYNOLDS t I'h. !I/i/ '(I\' You :and 'Your
lor.Groups for 3-year nurseryup to visit with Walter (Buck) and Mrs. David Jackson, and Mrs. Mrs.: Howard Douglas Mrs. j B INSULATED SIDING 122 :N. I ,e4' t'1t. .Family I to Your
Linda Matthews pnALUMINUM '
to Intermediate were Instructed Shary Mann. Bobby Dyal. Mrs. Ernest Edwards N/tlr,:, \ Now Hume

by the following: Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Fred Otto Hicks and On Thursday evening,June 24, Mrs. Cecil Melvin Mrs. To The Tri-County Area ,
Nursery- Annie Byrd Mar- Tyre spent Miss llarrell was given a miscellaneous Leroy Stokes. Mrs. fames FIRST JOB
than Brown, and Janie Sulli- River Friday In fishing on the Oklawaha shower at the Brooker Temple, Mrs. Lou Tomlinson, A % State of FloridaIt
van.Beginners- Jo Anne hicks, Dam. The Tyres area, who of Rodman are residents the community center was center.beautifully This time decorated Mrs.ley Green.Betty Witt, and Miss Shir- ta"winVelt." !I VERY REDUCED PRICE N: Our f fV\iy in )>Slake You Feel' Welcome and

Brenda Jones, and Linda Har- of Starke were guestsof with a blue and white Remember Ramona (llarrell and will enable you to "See for yourself"! 'l'''i '\I"irtt\j You With Your City.If .
Mr. and
Mrs. Hicks
for a
desty.- fish dinner. The group had sucha motif. The registration table and Harold Grlner's weddingwill t with a FREE ESTIMATE t
PrimaryFlorence Jones,A. fine catch was covered with a white be the first ceremony In ree.lv. '\A \li the a phone
fish would /
lethla Redding, Lillian Slade. have to linen cloth. A blue lighted taper the new Brooker Baptist you fr-roU REYNOLDS WRAP you arty it area

and Joan Mowry. be past.the fare of the evenings re- In a silver candlestick en- Church Saturday evening, July call will |i -iV/t'\ fl,i, U prompt visit
Junior I-Joyce Collins, Flo- circled with daisies, comple- 3. at 8 p.m. All friends and 372-0481 t
rrie Davis, Jo Williamson, and Roark Mr. and have Mrs.Just Dennis moved Buddy their) mented the bride's book. The relatives of the couple are Invited KAPLAN from >n"I'> Upvlfe, ( ". 1'1..;;,.*e give
Griffin. to attend the P. o. Box -
trailer onto the site bet- gift table was covered with a ceremonyand
Junior B- Odessla McConaghy new ween the firehouse and Mr. white linen cloth. A white wed- the reception to follow In i j her a calls! ii11e? "j1 s tfiap- and many
Shirley Hamel and DeanStinson. the church educational wing. tHeME CO.GAINESVILLE
and Mrs. Matchetts ding bell with white streamers IMPROVEMENT ,
property.; hung above the table. The cantor free and WI''v ttdkrfol. Rifts fur you

IntermediateFrances Attention Parents- posts were entwined with PERSONALS Member Gainesville Chamber: Of Commerce from local hy'inYNpen.!

Wessle Broome:Saxon..COLLECTOR'S, Jean.Ann Broome,and Monday:, July 5, begins the green Ivy. accented e e .with yellow I just another found college out that graduate.Brookerhad t Reference: 1st National Bank Of Gainesvilte. J. WfRSjWSRSR.X

All ....
summer school program. Congratulations I to Jody Mun-
CORNER those who have their children School asked Is out to be and careful motoristsare of den. .Jody graduated from the I VS. <- .-.. i -

Whether you be coin, stamp, enrolled for the summer session children during the vacation University of West Florida In
or all around odds and ends be sure to set your alarms months, which" doetn't n ce- Pensacola. receiving a Bacher
collector, this item should beat Sunday evening Classes are to eerily Imply that some tort of lor of Arts degree In Phllos-
Interest. July 1 will commemorate begin at 8 a.m. open lesion starts In Septem- phy. His parents, Mr and Mrs. carterPaints
Postal Service Day ber. Pat Munden Jr., along with his

In which the U.S. Post Office _- -
leaves the control of the U.S.
Government and becomes a separate -
corporation. To honor FLORIDATHEATRE
the change the Post Office will takeAND
be offering a new stamp, first M and
day of enterprise covers, and < I

souvenir} envelopes stamped bya a sportsmi 's Decorative
hew seal, all of which should Products
appeal to the mementominded. -
If you are Interested above il Showtlme-AVeekdaya! 7:00
listed items will be available ret 'Yeait Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00

Thursday of this week. ( Fri., Sat. July 2, 3 BE SURE-CELEBRAte WITH s' ;

PERSONALS WE youFfs fjA .* ;'
Mrs.. Mary Blrt has..boenf C -\ ; ; Fi4
hospitalized since last week 'S Playing our 6.366 yard champ ons hh>'golf ourse ; "

and Is expected to be confined Fresh-waterfhshing in Crystal River 4tJ 4 i, t' l .
for several more days. Mrs. Salt-watef\ fishing in the Gulf & "K*.tri tfr HOL Y'PRICES k
Blrt has been undergoing tests Playing Dennis on our weather Cpl1ge ,
and treatment.Mr. Hunting on nearby private preserves/ye ;?/.
and Mrs. Derrick Wheeler Boating and other water sports activft/esl .it A At
and son of Plsgah Ala., (Bring your own boat to our ramp ofmapi

Mrs. Elizabeth Machen of Hollywood OR RELAX / frj
Ala., and Mrs. Carlne :
Bowman s On the sun deck beside our fresh water pcx< UNTESTED PAINTS
of Rosalie, Ala. cameto Dinincfa ,1
Hampton to visit their relatives Dining In the elegant Plantation !
,. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin With friends in our intimate Divot Bat*J.o| n aA
Williams; Mr. and Mrs. M.M. 100 comfortable, spacious, air condilgrteq, r s d

Matchett Mr. and Mrs. Located just north of Tampa on US 19viafFlo'rl '
George Williams, and Mr. and Turnpike and 1.75 from the Gold Coast,:Ul 9 or 41
Mrs. Frank Williams. from the north and south, and US 301,AJ 171; -4 ROL-EZE PMIUM
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Allen from Northeast and Central Florida. I fJ :
and daughter are visiting their I
parents. Mr and Mrs. D.W. For further information 4 !
Johnson for two weeks. The phone (collect) now ((904) ?$5421CORALCE ((1
Aliens and their parents spent MOORE. San' s gtjtctdfj '
Monday at Daytona Beach.Mrs. ..
Frank Williams and her daugh- iI .,/,'To' '.iIl
ters accompanied the group to fA tor

the beach. SA VE NOW! ,
Merle Singleton,of Ft.Myers,
is visiting Mrs. Frankie Jean HOTEL & SPORTS RESORTP.O. PLUS a

Keys Keys and family of Hamp.ton Your home desfcr/e* the best .
Lake. They expect to here BOX 1116 CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA. 32629A /
several days. Family Resort 'King Kong Premium Acrylic I Uatex> NOfrVr.

Mr. and Mrs Marklee Nor- Self Priming, ExM Durable.
vs. Ao
man are enjoying the twoweekstay .
of Mrs. Neta Johnson who Choice of Color,
has come up from Ft. Myers. GodzEIUa"PLUS od.IRpt

Swine 301 DRIVE INShow t/AAA .MMI I dA UA PE0.f0AMANCf Oflf Reg

vsrsi y aP0 549A
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GrowersTo Begins At Sundown SATURDAY 'Good Housekeeping ] 4Ah/tU/ ,
Meet Friday Saturday July 2. 3 FUNTIME i tOX

John & David JansenIN CONTESTS
The'.Santa Fe Valley Swine Wayne

Producers will meet at 8 p.m. GAMES SAVE on Odorless g" q UbflITY 4 Pc. ROLLER
Tuesday, July 6, at the Agriculture -
Building in Starke, according PRIZESSun. Wall Paint, Too

to Bobby L. Taylor -: & PAN SET
County; Agent. Green BeretsPLUS ., Man., Tue.. ROLLATEXACRYLIC .;
All swine producers in tile July 4. 5, 6 /
area are Invited to attend. '! NOW

Taylor said that even though f7))
prices received: by producers Reg. $199
for the have been 'v;';'; ;
past year Enter an age of unknown terrors, ROMA7B LATEX t
POOr Interest In swine production $299AQUA ,
and sacrifice...
has been pagan worship virgin
good throughout -
W Dries in 30 minutes..
the County.Membership. 'hantM''' "' ; 4'I
In the association .cr.jlm, ..%.01OiwHiKiini. ,, 4 M Soft Flat Finish. MAGIC .

Is open to any person, reettlC'e *"
Interestedin Mg. $489 G.,. .
firm or corporation WJ.WIB.M CARPET; SHAMPOO
any phase of the swine Industry A Mr J =- .
a Id aolutwA r

Programs,from will all Include phases speakers of the- "WHEN DINOSAURS vGood Housekeeping.; ,, 1 10{)% DISCOUNT '

swine Industry such as breed- RULED THE EARTH"" 4' ciasAAIill 389 ftN QUARTS. Vj GALLONS
the Cooperative ONLY
ers, packers "rAtOAAI/VND10w
Extension Service, Agricultural "" AND GALLONS
Experiment Stations State Department hAnAda' 1
of Agriculture and

private companies who are con- Sun., Mon., Tu... July 4, 5, 6
nected with swine, Taylor says. -4
Speaking at the meeting on Mary Carter Paints

July 6 will of be Sunnyland Tom Hardv.Packing president "Love Me Please"PLUS METRO.GOLOWYN MAYER PRESENTS

Company in Gainesville. Hardy
has over 30 years experlenct: FVetty Maidsall
In production buying and pack-
Ing. He has also kept up to 102 E. Brownlee St. I'V li 9647025'Hampton
date with t the progress" of twin "Campus Confidential"Rated in a row
production: and will give bJatheuab
about the future of
swim as an economical: enterprise Admission $1.25 tarring ROCK HUDSON
Interested In this pro
gram Is Invited to attend this PROOF OF AGE. rnJ CC METROCOlOR MGM


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Grace United Methodist Sun
day School IM5: jn.{ Worships
rvlceeerelletlaei. MM S PJO.I
,Wednesday< 7
Choirls ---
; ewer meeting 8 ptnuiHYF
Thursday 730; pjnv Doll
Denton Pastor,' >"
Church of God;Sunday School
10 Worship services 11
.,Tn. and TSO.Am.; Family; STOCK UP NOW!
night Wednesday 7 jwiv- i
Charles D, Fink.Pastor All' STORES CLOSED

Highland Baptist :* Sunday; I' MONIAY JULY S s
School 9:45 ajn.. Worship services tiF
11 a.m. and 7:30: pjn.j BEEF PE Q
Prayer meeting Wedne1wp.m. ,
followed by choir practice. .
: .-Raymond C. Caudlll Pas
tor. 1/ % J

Sympathy Is extended to all I;..
families who nave lost members
by death recently Including
> the families of Clyde Rowe PRICES GOOD THURS., JULY 1 THRU WED., JULY 7 ,
and Raymond ne.. .. They both

grew up here. OPE!D FR5DAY5' WIT1L IP.fi.

The Lawtey Methodist Youth ,
Group spent(bur days last week r 99
in Smoky Mountain National
Forest N.C. They were accompanied
by Rev. Don Denton
Mr. and Mri. O.J. Boyett. Mr. .' .' SWIFT'S PREMIUM CANNEDHAMS
and Mrs. H.C. Kelly, Mr. and
Mrs. Roger Padgett with their "
young IOn Those on the trip ', r rI tr{+y
were Angela and Cheryl Boy
ett. Tammie, Todd and Tracy. ,I
Denton Randy Casldns, Randall M14 I' u 4 SLICED
Zlpperer, Dale Traylor, ; ,r :
Lamar Priest Chuck Norton. 319 \
Cindy Duck Sherrl Napier, r
Greg Dyal Sherron Thomas,
Doyle Kemp, and George Fa- I
gan. One experience they had LB. CAN
were unexpected guests. Some
bears breakfasted on five
pounds of bacon two pounds
of Oleo and a dozen eggs and
greeted them at,,the doors of
the tents. The group visited USDA CHOICI W-D BRAND BEEP STEAKS W.D BRAND PURE ((10 Ib. $9 69)) .

mainly Cherokee, Qatllnburg! l..
Clyngmam's Dome, and Newfound Delmonicos. l. $179 beef ,5 'KO. $299
Cap On Sunday they at- . .]
tended worship service at the
open air theatre., During the USDA CHOICI WD BRAND BEEF WHOLE NEW YORK((16/20 lb.AYII. .CetaWmpp.dfnw USDA GRADE "A" QUICK .ROllN W.D BRAND REDI..ASTED ((10/14/ IbJ) I

time climbing there they and enjoyed swimming mountain >In- $13 ll.49c
the Ice cold stream Strip Steak. l. Turkeys
.0. .

dlmlerg11estaotMr. KRAFT
and Mrs. L.M. McClellan were
Mr. and Mn:'A.B. Futch of .
Lakeland and ltrolryota1ggnnd- .
eon, Jeffery McClellan of MAYONNAISE
Starke was a Friday overnight
Yfe ror.
Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs;visited Frank Dormanof Mr. and Limit 1 of choice with $7.5C or more purchate xcluding clgar.n.i.

Mrs. B.E. Reddish on Sunday.Mr. ,
and Mrs. Ernest Thor- t
mond Jeff and Tracy of Ste- DEEf SOUTH
ger nl; spent several days I
with hiebmther-In-lawardele Mayonn
ter Mr. and Mre. Max Newport

day .In While the here Ancient they City spent and a r Towels 412d.aNEET' n$100 -_ J :A;t. 3rso

Mr. and Mrs O.J. Boyett took KRafT
them for a ride .down. the river. CRACKIN' GOOD TWIN fACK '

Mr.. and Mrs 'Clyde: Waln- Potato Chips :ro48C :
wright and son of Eaton Park :
were visiting Mrs'H.C. Wainwright Asa:.
and Cathy on Sunday.
Cathy went back with them for JAR
a two-week visit Cooking. Oil.. .0TTll Ie et. 69CPINESREEZE Quantity ReservedWINN Rights

Mrs. Cline Sterlzlg and children
of Corpus ChrlsH. Texas CR "A" FRESH FLA. All WHITE .DIXIE STORIS INC.Medium .

are visiting Tnylor Mr.and family.and Mrs. Robert 2 6ge:1'0:: ::: 1971

and James his daughter Shuford of,Mrs.Sax!Celle, Va. Eggs YELLOW

Jones of Chace Gtlty. Va., visited STOKIIY
Mrs.John Shuford and other Corn 10 1 69C
relatives last week. 6 U or. $1 EARS
Mrs. Luther Thorp of Drakes Catsup sonles . . .
Branch Va. and bin John GEORGIA. 'RED
of visiting THRIFTY/ MAID ,
Wright Tampa were

visited Charles their parents' Shuford other,relatives,Mr.. last and week while Mr:u."J; Pork & Beans I CAN-' 10e, Peaches . 3 IBS. $100]

here.Mrs. Carl E.:J Grlffls, Debbie ARROW ASSORTED I SUNKIST

and Cathy,.and Mrs Early
Padgett have returned after a Paper Napkins 3'10ASTOR lemons .1 11 i FOR 490
week visit with ,Mre Llnnle . .
Hester and other relatives in FRUIT' WASHINGTON STATE

for Atlanta.a longer Ga.visit.Debbie remained Cocktail 5 $100 1
Mrs. Johnny Young and son CANS Cherries le.w 59C
Glenn of Atlanta, Ga., Mr. and / i. .
Mrs J.H. Sapp Mr. and Mrs.
Jlmmle Sapp and children: of
Miami Mr.'and Mrs R.W.
Sapp and Leslie of Jacksonville 1Y11J 1J '
were visiting Mrs. A.C. ,ww
Pearce on Sunday. Then were
here to Join her In attending
the Thompson family reunion. USSY REGULAR OR PINK LEMONADE 011)
Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Cau
dill Mrs. Ralph Wise. and Donny w Limeade 8 99C
Mosley attended the funeral . .
of the great spiritual singer,
Llndy Clear In ,Tem.Unltl MIGHTY/ HIGH STRAWBERRY OR PIACHShortcake
about 14 Y sansago, Mr.
Clear was a member of the ale 99C
Blue Crass singers. Since that fxa.:
time he has devoted Ms life . .
to Christian music He took BIRDUYI ASSORTED FLAVORSFrosty
part' in the music: of the recent
revival hen, and it was Shakes. 2$1
a pleasure to.have him .

aU elaasoobesrn.esaset .
lee w a wood,g1 a. PotPies..6-l

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e.J' Potatoes 5 sAaa. $100 '

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Oat'Order : ,f\; \ I I jtg-SSyglJJ. f* I I AlT .. B4 fTAMt I I wp.. GRee4..+r STAMIS rrw I I Ail STAMPS. I I Ax GREEN..,.r.STAMIS r-.w .
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miW 1879 np4- Vol. 92 :No. 4\) July| 1 1. 1971 2nd Section

TAe Swetttit Slraicberrle TAle Side of Neaten I ,

May Land Sales

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G. C. Nornum Retires After Postal ServiceChangeover t :w

42 Years in Vo-Ag Work Set For July 1 'T'0$169,350

The inauguration of the new
G.C. (Clevy) Norman Area U.S. Postal Service on Thurs
n supervisor retired June 30 day July 1 1. will be celebratedIn Land sales totaled over$169- J. Dcgrelf of Arlington Va. Garnie of New Jersey to Mr.
after 42 years' service with tr trof Washington,D.C.and in every A 4T 350 In the month of May, according $2,000 for a portion of two and Mrs John Uackobosky of
the Vocational Agriculture program post office across the country. to documentary tax lots in Woodlawn fl'QmIr.! Ne Jersey.
of the State Departmentof Postmaster T.C. Mazcn, Jr. stamps affixed to deeds filedIn and Mrs. Fred W. Benne to $15,250 for a lot In Bradford
Education.A has announced that all mem- J.r the county; clerk's office. !\II". and Mrs. Glen A. Moore Heights from Mr and Mrs.
native of Bradford County bers of the community are Invited = This was a marked decreaseover R,000 for a parcel of land 1 Lawrence T.I Oglesby to I Frances -
Mr. Norman taught vocational to visit their local post last month's, $423,000 of from Sarah Coran to Mr. and U. Hamilton
agriculture for a total of 13 office today and see the photo- land sales. Mrs. Henry Medlature. $3,500 for a lot at Indian
years at Malone Sneads and graphic display. Land sales totaling over $27,800 for 20 lots In Flori- Reach from Mr. and Mrs Gene
Grand Ridge high schools and Dedication ceremonies In $1,000 are: Haven Subdivision from W.G. U. Adams to Mr. and Mrs. C.
has been a member of the state Washington will be hosted by $10,800 for a parcel of land HecKman to Mr. and Mrs. Ter- J. Lane of Jacksonville.
staff for 29 years. Postmaster General Blount. along SI -IOO. from the Slade ry McDavid of Columbia Co. $2,000 for a lot at Indian
From 1950 to 1968 he servedIn Honored guests at the dedica- Home Services Inc. to Mr $2,800 for two lots In Santa Beach from Mr. and Mrs. C.
several capacities directly tion will include members of and Mrs. G.J. Jones. Fe Shores from Mr. and Mrs. J. Lane of Jacksonville to Mr.
under the State Supovlsor of Congress former Postmasters $7,500 for a parcel of land Goetzman Sr. to Sophie L. Wolf. and Mrs. Clarence P. Craw-
Agricultural Education includ- General, the Board of Gov- from Margaret L. Prevatt to $10,500 for 1.2 acres from ford of Melrose.
ing consultant to NFA until the ernors of the new Postal Ser- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A, Rat- Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie C, Longto $1.900 for three lots In lori-
FFA merger. During his years vice and their wives. as well liff. Eunice K. Shima and HelenA Haven from Mr. and Mrs.Howard -
as Assistant Postmasters Gen- $10,000 for 30/100 acres a- Ketchum. R. Corl to Mr. and Mrs.
eral, headquarters personnel, long SR-230 from the Estateof $5,000 for a lot In Seminole Kenneth D. Hagar. .
Service OfferedTo and other dignitaries. Oliva A. Jones to Mr. and Ridge from Mr. and Mrs. Alfred $32,600 for a parcel of land
service he has been secre- Visitors to the local post Mrs. Segmund Joseph Flglock. C. Boree to Mr. and Mrs. In Flori-Haven from Mr. and
Persons tary-treasurer of the Florida office will be given a souvenir $5,500 for a lot In Seminole Anthony C. Clvllarese. Mrs. Terry McDavid to Ken-
Facing CrisesTwo Vocational Agriculture Teach- envelope Imprinted with the old Ridge from Mr. and Mrs. As- $3,000 for two lots in Santa neth Hagar.
ers A sn., vice president and and new insignia of the Postal olphas C, Gray of Duval County Fe Shores from Sophie L. Wolfto $3,400 for 16.6 acres from
president of FVA. Service. This envelope will also I IP11 to Charles II. Aleanter. Emily Lee Stephens of the Rafgo Corp. to Mr. and
volunteers from the SuI- Mr. Norman was presentedthe be made available In limited $3,600 for a parcel of land Gainesville. Mrs. Ronald W. Noegel.
cide and Crisis Intervention Honorary American Far- numbers as a first day can- 1 on Little Lake Santa Fe from $10,000 for a lot at the cor- $4,700for 7.9 acres from
Service In Galnesllle--Linda mer Degree at the past Nat- cellation for Just the cost an Juanita E. Hillls\ of Arlington, ner of Lafayette Westmoreland the Rafgo Corp. to Mr. and
Butler and Jinx McCall--were ional Convention for dedication an 8C stamp by stamping and r Va. to Mr. and Mrs. Russell St, from Thomas Francis Mrs. Ronald W. Noegel.

guests of the Stark Rotary and ,xnrvlro tn ,".rI..ul- cancelling half of the souvenir ...... ....... ....... ....... ..-... ....... ..-... ..-... ..-... ..-...
Club on Wednesday 23, tural education and the FFA in envelopes In advance. This
V v w v r- v v ** wSale
explaining the work of their Florida. His contribution to the will be the first time First

agency. agricultural education programIn Day Covers have been available -
The Intervention service operated Florida would be hard to In all U.S. Post Offices.
a 24-hour a day"crisis measure and his effective and A photographic display of modern Ends J uly I 31st

line" whereby anyone In serious efficient service will be Postal, Service Jobs and ,
trouble and who may be contemplating missed by those with whom he functions will help visitors Yard-Long Beans
suicide or other worked. Ills Influence will be
learn more about the men and
drlastic action may call a number felt for many years through the of the Postal Service
In Gainesville ((376.4447)) accomplishments of his former women Robbie Shaller measures a 32-Inch bean he has grownin
and how each mall user can
and find a sympathetic listener students and the teachers of his small garden at 209 East Adklns Street, Starke.
help them serve the community SAVE $40
to talk the situation over with. agriculture who have had the better.Conservation The lengthy vegetable Is called Yard Long Beans,
The Crisis Intervention Ser- benefit of his counsel and ad- Shaller says He got seed for his row from his neighbor,
vice also maintains a "Teen vice. L.C. Early, who brought them here from Pennsylvania.The .
lot Line" from 4 p.m. to 1 beans can be folded almost double without break- SET
a.m. dally for the use of teen- Ing. They must be cut with a knife for cooking in the
agers who are In real or imagined NewsIt manner of string beans. Mrs. Peggy Shaller says she
trouble and wish to hasn't tried the beans yet, but Is anxious to learn how ; 1ALONE

discuss their problems witha Fishpond owners had better is good Insurance to havea they taste.Mrs.. Oft19T ir@x1

person willing to listen and keep a close watch over their bag of superphosphate on
offer advice. The speakers said hand to meet this
that contrary to popular belief, ponds during this muggy, over- +: -
available r
It is not normally
cast weather we have been hav- :
drugs are related to only five from mixing plants, and
except : Fine '
ing lately. Oxygen shortage can
per cent of the calls receivedby become critical during extended the nearest fertiUzer plant Is L.ovcIlidncy INNERSPRINGor
the Crisis Center.
In Lake Butler.
periods without sunlight for
The services was orginally to take In the absence of superphos j Mrs. Lucille Lovell of Starke and her new kidney are
photosynthesis place.
set funds up and with a grant been of HEW The most critical time of day phate oxygen may be added by 1 getting: along well apparently at the Shands' Teaching FOAM RUBBER
has operating
In Gainsvllle since 1969. It Is Is at daybreak when your fish aerating the water. This may I Hospital.
be done by recirculating the
will be surfacing and gaspingfor
now dependent on local funds, air If an oxygen shortage water through a lift pump and I Mrs Lovell received a kidney from her sister Mrs. Limited

funds the speakers said, since federal exists. You can correct this by Discharging it,upward Into the I Joyce Ward Barton of Keystone Heights in a transplant Time
are no longer available.
.' Gainesville has a higher suicide applying '50 .to 100 pounds of air, permitting it togatheroxygen operation at the hospital June 1.
as it falls back into the
superphosphate! surface '
rate than the national average per A spokesman at the hospital reported Friday that Mrs.
acre You may broadcast It pond. 'I Regular 6995
and ;
manv persona con- "
said date
Lovell was "progressing satisfactorily, but no
templating suicide may be by walking the shoreline or *
talked out of It If they can be from a boat If your pond is Crowds o// tourtitj ant expected has been set for her release as yet.
large This will force aquatic (in the national park
reached In it is
time said.
Mrs. Barton was discharged from the hospital earlier )In Our ftiwtl valu.lf%war. half
to release the The who
The speakers were Introducedby plants oxygen this dimmer. man c ntufy of Qualtly ManufvclunrtfBeautiful
Rev. Robert Burch who had they take In during periods wants 'to get away from it all the week. 49
charge of the program. without sunlight, and releasein might be better off staying Lucille Pufl Ouill.d Each
More than $20,000 was donated In Starke to a gold cover thai ii to foam
Its presence. home. .. I-ovell Fund set up'to defray the cost of the intricate opera. 'for luxurious surface softness Will not tag neverne.ds Piece
----- turning Chmatiiad' never mildews,
tion and other expenses Involved. molds, non-allergenc.,

Malone' revolutionary SILENT SEAL box spring Matt, 1 Ir a um"+lh
triple' coated with Space Age -Sealant NEVER !Ito,l" i,lit "" .

C.C. Anderson Is President Queen Su< 159 95 S'I

COUNTRY MUSIC PARK 71-72 Children's Committee Extra Firm Diamond Innerspring or 6-inch Foam Rubber

Regu/or/yI59.95/ / Set

C.C. Anderson, secondary Mrs. Kay Mlklus of the SIT GOLD LABEL
LATEY, FLORIDA MATCH FOR SIGNS ON 301 HIGHWAY IN LAWTEY supervisor for the county school North Florida Manpower and SALE PRICE 11995 Twol"

.' system, has been elected 1971- Economic Development Alliance : Double. Si*. room.Nubbvr 1 J M *.< Super King Size !
72 president of the Bradford was guest speaker at the Super King Size 2S99SSet
: County Children's Committee.Ted committee's regular session Queen Size 179.85 Set SAVE $8O Set

JULY .E' ,,1\iI'j']rJ' Oglesby, director of Monday, June 7, who discussed Beautiful, decorator cover Putf-Quiited to Reg. 95
: C.E ': lt-J ij Bradford Vo-Tech: Center was an NFMEDA proposal to work foam for luxurious surface softness 299.95 219
AND .- -::.. : J 'I named vice-president and Mrs. on a day care progra... lOr Clay SET
>- r.. -' 'Elaine McBride CUBB employee Union, Baker and Bradford ML "r M.rrn.vJ
was re-elected secretary. Counties. Major.components of znnri"vinjcn: i
Chief Deputy; Sheriff Dolph a day care program are: Dcen-
Show Reddish was first nominatedto ters 2) technical assistance
Blue Grass Country & Gospel head the committee, but declined 3)) centralized bookkeeping. 4))

because of the press of a training program, 5) research -
his duties. Anderson succeeds with-early chlldhdbd SALE SAVE $6OMALONE
: Featuring Approximately 65 Rev. Bob Burch pastor of the development, 6)) a loan fund.
First Presbyterian Church, as

; SINGERS AND MUSICIANS president It was agreed a day care
program can be a priority;
Fishing Licenses item for the Children's Committee : LUXURY "PUFFQUILT"LIMITED

SATURDAY SHOW 6 P.M. TO 12 P.M. An Now On Sale for next year. TIME OFFER

OLD TIME FIDDLERS CONTEST 50.00 PRIZE Introduced CUBB Director Mrs. Mlklus.Nelson Rlos .s r r-L Regular
Florida fresh water fishing

;. ..'."'" .....,.:." ?...... \--1.. .. licenses for 1971-72 are now Rlos also told the committee NFMEDAwill ', gggsw. 699Innerspring
., r' o./\.V'-\-' : ; ': '" .. '\ ".... available at the office of the about a new program
....;.!. :.:...) y..I/. 'oI..I.... ...." County Judge, and all authori- sponsor this summer
eerie; through CUBB for 90 children

SUNDAY Jfi,/"i yf4lTir, ,dtIli,1"' 2 TO 5 'P.M. sed The of license July new I license agents., and will U effectiveas be validthrough gram Information is available Hughes about,the from project new Mrs.pro-for. -'. '!r"4" t f \ 0 ,inch TM Fnitn or 6"RuhtH Foam. 1 Jfl 'It"Rubber* S..I

June 30, 1972. Annette n'. f 0 inch DouLilu Falx1. I HuM" I Pj'l'l'j! SIN i iM
r (
*** * Vw **A itA A A A A" also remindedthat CUB 's Neighborhood Service / r/ ...... .
Sportsmen are
; N, % IN.1.1 OtHitttli.of 1 1* Y 11..1.l i li II O I i
"' /, She be t. .. .. .... .. .. 11..1.... .o.t...
Center may
1/11"\/ \"' ) ,, program. ti 'IIHIIM MI*uif to i tl s i i I IOf
BLUE GRASS ",,\ \ AND GOSPEL they may purchase a com- / .. .. .
contacted through the CUBB tlliMI*l.gNlxD N1x1Y|1.11 I x11 111,1' oluuxn l u. IDm
.. ... .
bination hunting and fishing license el Mlwn..A/ *iii Ml 111. .1..x1 M mil n. I I
""* . 11.11.
964- .
that will be valid throughthe office in Starke, phone PLATINUM :mnif:.1.1.1. N/111.1: | KIH4MMI iifviiit/ : I r.:;t Mi,ft N.|l ;11.e11: I .e.': I..tool i ;i l/ .:>..I '.il;:(. i:. .:
1971-72 season, and will 6696. AiM.KJBUHHI*.tittl I/nlltl/1,11n1. 1x1'1 t.. .1'1,1' iii.O,.....I, .. 11 i
WatcnneUm Contest -$20.Prize allow statewide hunting and
Plus Eating fishing. It was the final meeting of I SAVE $100'on King Sire 299 95 Set. Queen Site 219 95 Set
the summer for the Children's

Hog Calling Contest $20. Prize Committee. Next meeting 1s Only' /this NEW SPACE AGE FOAM BOX SPRING is. .

20 Persons scheduled: the first Monday In MI" i ,MIAM tit.iMlll ..1.. ,..... 1.p..., ..... .... ... ...
September with the new officers w ._ t-- 1 .. ,.>.' Nl IH.w ...w.. ... V..... ... .x NI
May Lose Lives in charge. 2 M..l-.l .. ... ..;. .w .., ... .. .h..f ......, .. ....
ROY FOWLER AND THE BLUE GRASS GENTLEMEN WALTER BUTLER AND SUN This WeekendThe [:& ....... .Ir111., ./1....'. ,. ,I...1/. .,. .+.11" ........... .. ... ..1i.....
BOAT .. ,
,. .
__ t s| il bi 4v Mlt1< IfHAI tMMVt.MM h N1w.hie>
estimates that 20 persons will Wednesday June 30, was the
deadline registration
Florida's highways
be on ,
: !::: : :
*5T FAMILY PLUS MANY MORE during the July 4th holiday according to the office of Tax
weekend starting at 6 p.m.Fri- Collector J.R. Kelly. Owners
day and ending midnight Mon who plan to take their boats

.. A A*. Contestants' Contest Ragister at Park Saturday Befort *.*."*. da'l'' July;year out during the upcoming holi-
weekend must have their
ast 23 people were day
5 P.M., July -FWdlm -Bring Your fiddle killed In the same period of new 1971-72 decal.

time and a study revealed that
"NO" .. \liniiniil() IIHrHU-.rS(; I'rHMIIIM) M O) HKK \HIIMkl( speed was the major contribu- -

The Patrol will have all available I s..1.
Good Clean Family Entertainment for the 4th troopers and auxiliary-

men working traffic this week- F--e'"aeNeSAiRY--
.*****-* of July; Weekend *-***** end, using spotter aircraft, unmarked -

patrol cars, radar, and
ADM.; SAT. WOO SUN. S3 00 2 DAY PASS $400 ChlldUnd.. U FIN Witk Pwtnts 400 speed computers in an effort N--Ie

to reduce traffic deaths.


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j County Agent News

L $ by Bobby Taylor

t L For some the Summer Is a busiest times for 4-H mem-

r--- # time to slow-down, relax takea bers. membersare
1 DAY look back and make plans 4-11 Horse
In local district -
I g for a new work year. participating
6 j 1 Our people in Agriculture and Slate continuing shows. Regular for all

g J ')j r.t very looking few back are slowing and ahead down, and but meetings 4.11 Clubs are In all County Com-

relaxing. munities. Members are getting
Swine Producers are going ready for 4-H Camp to be held

I strong and have organized to the week of July 12-16 otCherry
try to solve some of their Lake near Madison. Plans are
many problems. They have been also being made for certain
meeting regularly with the next members to attend State 4-H
meeting scheduled next Tues- Congress July 26-29, and 4-H
"From This Time Funvard" day, July 6. Horse Camp August 1 16-21.
Strawberry and Vegetabli

: 4\Le1 L 1 Poultry Producers also have Producers are making plans

With two Independence Day celebrations business. t been active even though they for next year. They should have
In and should
at crops
meeting quarterly their cover
are only
this there Is
planned area, for
the present time. At a recent have made arrangements
evidence of a trend back to the days The city; park on church street boasteda Board of Directors meeting, plants.

wheo StarKe made a big deal out of band stand In those days and tables plans for the North florida

the 4th of July, offering free basket were placed around under the pines tV Poultry Producers made. Annual Tobacco The is crop now looks being good har-at
Meeting were vested.
and fireworks well and loaded with barbecued
as as
lunches meats x The Annual Meeting will be the present time. Producers
dancing in the streets to throngs chicken pilau and all kinds of cakes held at 6 p.m. on Saturday, should have a good year If they I

of visitors who converged on the town and other goodies prepared by the July 17, at the Fair GroundsIn can secure adequate labor to
from all directions. housewives of the city and. offered L Starke. President Arthur harvest the tobacco properly.It .

free to all comers on a first-come : Gaskins appointed committees'
This was In the days of the horse first-served basis. The food was : : that will prepare Bradford Fried appears will that Southern not hurt Corn corn
GII County; Golden Brown Leaf Blight
and buggy and before hard-surfaced washed down by barrells of Ice cold Chicken for members and production this year. Our extension -

roads made It easy for folks to "get lemonade also free to all. guests. Members will be askedto pathologist, Dr. Tom
out of town" and celebrate the 4th at bring their favorite covered Kucharek. states that the blight
such glamorous spots as Daytona In the afternoon there would be ball dish. Mr Alton Belote will be should be of no economic con-

Beach Jacksonville Beach St. Augustine games horse racing parades by the : the speaker He will discuss sequence this year.
local "home guards", and music by the need for producers to promote Most producers followed recommendations -
and other gala With the .
spots. the Cornet Band. Speeches and fire- the poultry Industry. and planted the
arrival of auto transportation the resistant varitles and with good
home-grown variety of 4th of July works climaxed the festivities.On The late Rev. Bob Lee symbolizes the spirit of Independence Day at a weather conditions, should get

celebrations died out, and have only patriotic gathering on Call Street during the heyday at Camp Blanding. good production.
the railroad
some Fourths would The Bradford-Union Cattle
been recently revived with the "Our
have voted to not hold regular -
run "excursions" to Starke offering men
Country Day" festivities scheduled: at ., Summer Is a good time to
-v---- --- meetings, until September. -
Keystone Heights on July 3, and the special low rates from surroundingcities f:4 LETTERS However the Board of take soil samples for pasturesand )
'In CONGRESS.: Jnv4.unanimoit .
and exhibi- "
towns Hlgh-dlvlng ,0Ii
Starke celebration at the fairgrounds Directors will continue to meet most other crops. you
tions and balloon ascensions were a- '\ .-tf, ( to Association haven't had a soil sample with
on July 5. 1l *"fanrtlon..._-.Sfotw af tnurita. regularly; handle '
mong the advertised attractions.On '---..... rrte' business. in the last year call or come
:.-r ED, iTo R ::z -::. K Their next meeting will be by our office on North 301 In
of the lack of fireworksat ....." .
In spite %: =:-a; July 8 at the ranch of Mr. Fred Starke.
the early Starke celebrations the one such occasion a lady" des- ?----.I."t:; Glenn on Brownlee road Northwest We will be glad to assist

town was not without Its quota of cribed as "fair, fat, and forty went Dear Mr. Ferguson -E,. _- ".'.:.t-='..t.... of Starke. any soil we can. Re
noise. The young, men borrowed anvils up in a balloon and came down by And The Telegraph: :' a test does not

from the blacksmith shops turnedone parachute. But where did she land: No ;z':'!:-z.-J,-; Summer is also one of the cost, it pays.

and filled the one !knew for sure. I want to thak you for the .::;!- ;r'
upside down cavityIn -
wonderful cooperation have T : : : :::::: :::w:
the base with gunpowder. Another A given us In producing you the BMS f.
anvil was then placed on top of the cavalcade dispatched on horseback (Bradford Middle School)News. :' '-L-' xw gorrCmnI6i

first, a train of powder laid and In buggies wagons carta, and The students have enjoyed see- : :..' 7: f.S' .: : X
Jack Wynn or Irvin Alvarez or some on foot, hastened to the rescue. The Ing their names and activitiesIn ,.:....1.Er ; l "r
other Intrepid "artillerist" would setoff woods In the northwest part of town print and we have appreciated :..-:_;.0-;.:.:...-.:

the charge. The blast was truly were scoured and the top of every pine being able to publicize the ::i.=r i : + uJ

ear-splitting and the heavy anvil was tree was searched for her remains. Middle and School community program; through to parents :errr -. -.- !>>Xi< ;;;;;;;;;;

hoisted about ten feet In the air. your paper. The column has .
After several hours of suspense she increased communication In I

On one occasion before the turn was found at lasMn a patch of cow- many ways.

of the century Denny Wltkovskl, young peas "down Sanderson road" sitting We're So thank looking you forward for your work-help. iJi

son of Louis Wltkovskl anearlyStarke cross-legged and calmly mending her Ing together again next year.

merchant and mayor made a bomb parachute. C and t ;

out of a tomato can full of gunpowder Sincerely; .e... t' 1 ( 1M &\ ); .
This weekend there will be
wrapped with old rope until It reachedthe no high- r
size of diving or parachute-Jumping but there Jackie Cline r:. "
60-pound watermelon. The
fuse was lighted and the subsequentblast will! be fireworks, water-skiing exhibitions : t tJ.OOj :

shook every building In town until' and Boat-aramas. &# ;

many thought Starke had been hit Poultrymen Told Musi File BMS : 11
by,an earthquake. Times change as well as styles of .. ; J

celebrating the Fourth, but the spirit Plans foi" Waste Disposalsome Another record number of r-.J-- T*ts] r-m

Then there were sack races and has'' remained the same ever since students made the honor roll m_____!__ ----_,,-,.._--,..."". ---.....I
John Adams wrote in a letter to his ZOJ Florida pouitrymen and complaints about files In for the fourth nine weeks at
greasy-pig A
catchings. with tall
attending the 30th annual Flor- Bradford Middle School.
certain of the Pictured above are NCF21 26 Q7); Richard Gaines Tt
areas county
well greased was turned loose and wife In July 1776. "I am apt to believe ida Poultry Institute at the are not being received now;, Fifty-five; certificates of participants in the Keystone (19)); Brian Thomas, 31 14.5).
the man or boy who could catch him that it will be celebrated by suc- University; of Florida recent! as they were a year or so ago. scholarship will be awarded Heights Tournament. We have some fine young
was to win a prize. But this feature ceeding generations as the great anniversary were told that they must file Middle School students Five Back row (1-4--Bruce Tucker golfers coming along. Their

always proved a'failure' for the pigs festival. It ought to be com- plans with the Florida Depart- Improvement In conditions on of these students Laura Kay Eddie Hazen Terry next NCF 21 Tournament will
were too tame and Instead of memorated as the day of deliverance ment of Air & Water Pollu- Bradford poultry farms Is at- Thomas Beth Chapman, Deb- Gaines, Danny McKinney. be held July 19 at the Willist
running tion Control stating how they bie Manning Debbie Mitchell
tributed largely to efforts of Middle row-- Mitchel Harris ton Golf & Country Club.
away they just lay>, down and scratched. by solemn" acts of devotion to God Intend to manage poultry wastes the Northeast Florida Poultry- and Jan Searle, have the added Matt Herres, Ed Watts,
Almighty. Including manure and dead men's Association to have Its dlstrtnction of being honor David Galnes.
A few years l la tor,when the business birds members comply with the roll students for the entire Front row-- Barry Thomas,
houses In Starke' had Increased In "It ought to be solemlnlzed with L. Barry Baldwin,an engineer "good neighbor policy" of year. Joey Herres, Brian Thomas, Blah Bishop and Bill Adams
number the merchants pomp and parades with shows with the University's; Institute "Deration. Team 5 led the other teams Richard Galnes. will again vie for the Club
made the games
day of Food and Agricultural Scl- with 16 students on the honor Others not participating: (not Championship. Both have
an occasion for ,attracting visitorsand sports guns bells bonfires and Illuminations encw said that the problemof Most Bradford poultrymen roll. They are: JuUe Grille, shown In photoare) : Perry Bryan reached the finals of the championship -
trade to the city by offering a from one end of this con- what to do with ome l.S have Incinerators for the disposal Jennifer Jockel, Laura Kay Craig Bryan, Paul Canova, flight.
full day' of entertainment. The stores tinent to the other from this time million tins of manure pro of dead birds, althoughthe Thomas, Larry Olin White, Linda Pat Watts, and Steve Noegel. Other action In the Club

remained open Instead of closing for forward forevermore." duced each year by Florida's state has not yet spelled Williams, Kenney Cauley There were 76 entries in Championship play now In progress -
the holiday, and .did a "land office" poultry Industry Is prompting out the specifications for Incinerators Beth Chapman, Joan Dyal I- the first of the NCF 21 Tournaments : John Watson has reachedthe
So be It. torn e tough new regulations In order to be approved mogene Tina Kelley, Deborah held June 28 at the finals in the Consolation
from, pollution control agencies. Ann Kinnard, Joy Lame Sha- Keystone Golf & Country Club. Division of the championship
ron Lavender Debbie Manning S Starke had 17 participants flight Comer Perryman and
;s He Debbie Mitchell Jan Searle Here's how they racked Vernon Silcox will play for the
said the law applies to The board of directors of the ant up:
I [Il' livestock operations and Poultrymen's Association met Karl Warden 16-17 year olds (18 holes). first night Jack Hazen is in
People The Polluters the larger ones must also obtain Tuesday night at the agricultural Other students are: Team Score and points Eddy Ha- the finals of the second night,
a formal permit from the Jtftiildlhg and planned for Ann Allen Gina Brown Tina zen 87 02)); Terry Gaines 86 and Dr. Hess Is in the finalsof
state agency. Smaller poultry the' group's'annual meetingon Brown, Dana Dyal, Joyce Fa- 03); Pat Watts, 111 (6)). the sixth flight. James Williams -
rabee, Laurie Ellen George 14.15 olds 08 holes) defeated
operations those with fewer year Larry Brunerto
A recent Issue of a national maga- drives her car, smokes chews gum. than 30,000 layers or 60.000 July 17. The matter of Incinerators Eollne Green Ruth Ella Ha- Ed Watts, 92 ((7.5); Danny Mc- win the seventh night
zine carried a little story .entitled and wonders where the filter tips and broilersmust file a letterof and other problems zen Lynn Moxley, Brian Ann
"The diary offa r, polluter." It is facing the Industry-will likely Patray, Patricia Lynn Pierce, Klnnev. 80 (15.5)): Steve Nnnewl
an Intent
foils will on how wastes will
wind up. come up for discussion at this Kathy Marie Tea ton. and Pamela 111 (0).. Rnii-e! Tucker, 98 ((5):I).
hour-by-hour account of a day in the be handled. If the proposed Mitch
meeting. Team ,Harris 103 ((0) Paul
Chapman 2Cindy ;
life of an average ''young lady and her The entire day Js one long round of plan Is acceptable, the agency Beth Davie Freddie; Clark, Judy Canova, 100 ((1.5)). Our for annual meeting Is scheduled -
will Issue\ a letter of approvalto Saturday July 17. This
emotional reaction as she through 12-13 olds (9 hole). Matt
goes waste-creating activity. As she Gall Leonard year will be
goes the Benefit a combination of
the day adding her bit to the cosmic poultryman. SupperFor Whitehead Teamn 3Sonja Herres, 45 Q9>>; Perry Bryan, Awards
to bed at night, she opens the window Baldwin said that "sight, ; Banquet and business meeting.See .
pile of refuse that Is the ever-Increas- just six inches to admit pestllenVsmog- sound and pollution from Suspended Biggs Andrew Crews, Teresa 50 53 (18)(disqualified. ); David Gaines
Devore Debra Ann Douglas
ing product of today's living. bearing midtown air. -"""* -. poultry operations Is not well Prison EmployeesAn Cynthia Cissy, Hervert QMattSlierree ) 9 and under ((3 holes). Joey
defined at this
time and U not
Hence 21 ((20.5)
Debra Ann Jordan, AlIce ; Barry -
She turns off her electric blanket being actively enforced at pre 21 (20.5)( ) Craig you at Bingo Wednesday,
Lefevers Susan Bryan.
Multiply the pollution created by this sent.-But he urged the Industry estimated 1,250 to 1- McLeod 8 p.m
heated through the night by an air- one young lady In a single day by some to adopt--"good neighbor policy 500 persons attended a bene- Donna Lee Page and Mary Catherine r--------.- ----- --
polluting power company; makes the 200 million and you can begin to realize In order to avoid law suits fit supper Saturday night at Sapp; Team Martha Postal
rounds of bathroom and kitchen; brews the real source of the nation's pollution from Irate citizens.- the Union County; farm of Jphns. Danette Rodrtque. Liz i Workers Merged Info1 J
James Stalnaker I
Instant Jar coffee; uses from whipped a nonreturnableglass butter froma probl'mPEOPLE.This What: Is however already are being regulations 'enforced --* .Sheriff raise funds John for Whitehead the defense to Sandra Blalock,Dobbs Teresa Team Brewer Michael and I One Union Effective July. !-

on water and soil pollution of the State Prison employeeswho ; American Postal
The new would have
waxy container; ,and pineapple Juice McRae. Sheila Starling Pamela been economic sui-
Baldwin said Inclnera- were suspended from their Workers Union AFL-CIO becomes cide.( "
from a tin can. would be a good thing to remember ators being used to dispose, Jobs following the prison disturbances Denise Turney, John Tyson a reality here today July
and Whiflen.
as we head for the beach or of bird carcasses are also earlier this year. 1, the same day that the new U.::'. "Five six
To make the honor roll students or fragmented
Nearly every move she makes Is accompanied woods for our annual Fourth of canting under wrtlctec; coo: 'OI. Although rain cut.the attendance Postal Service comes into exis tal unions pos
July Valdwln explained somewhat the must make all 1's In effort working at cross
by the creation of unsightly picnic U we can find a spot that Is sent policy requires that that such ore- was described as a "tremen-supper for each subject and all tence. purposes could not begin to

trash. She removes the plastic cover not still fouled by the remains of last incinerators must have a slack dous success." Tickets were satisfactory grades in citizen The APWU will be the largest and meet the challenge of change--

from her newly dry-cleaned pants suit; year's outing which we carelessly left test to measure emmisslons. sold at $5 a couple, but the ship. postal trade union In the world the postal employees across
uses detergent cleansers liberally behind. However, recent modifications total amount raised Is not known PERFECT ATTENDANCE embracing more than 300,000 and country voted recognized"thatfact
of state procedure will permit yet because all sales have not. members of five existing unions accordingly
poultrymen In Isolated locations yet been reported. Forty'studena have perfect
: In the Post Office Department
- - attendance for the year They the Federation ranks along
- - to avoid the costly stack emission During the supper brief talks Hall
tests If they purchase an were made by RobertV.Turner are: Team V- Yancy Lynn Ed Hall president of Starke said, more than 95% voted
The Bradford County "approved" incinerator with an one of the suspended employees, Brown, Joyce Farabee Jeffrey Local 2782 of the United Federation in? favor of merger and more
Jockel, and Evelyn Page Team than 70 per cent of the total
after-burner whose emissions and Representatives Gene Shaw of Postal Clerks, AFL-
TELECUtAPHESTABLtsRBD are within specified: limits. and Wayne Holllngiworth. 2Tanya Patrick, Kim Tenley, CIO said creation of One Big membership their actually mailed In
The speaker) said that an old Nine of the suspended employees Cythla Thornton Terry Long Postal Union was ratified by ballots.
187fPacelO 1899 U.S. Corps of Engineers are being representedby and Richard Muse; Team 3- nearly; 96% of the membersof The other four unions which
illlr. law has been revived to control Edward M. Booth, a Jacksonville Wayne Berry Andrew Crews, the five unions In a natlon- have merged with the Federa-
So shall my word b. .. .lt many types; of effluents attorney while one of Marion L. Cummings Debra 'wlde referendum last month. tion Into a single new union
M.M. aFLORI hall not return la me empty. that enter navigable waters or the ten has employed his own Douglas Cynthia Cissy, KirkHunainger he .said are: The National Postal -
and Ann Marie
(|M. 23:11)). their tributaries.: The law counseL The. 65 year old United Fed Union the National Association
Sheering Team
ESSASSO 4Leonard
doesn't affect poultry) operatorswho LC Donald Jackson chairmanof ; eration of Postal Clerks spear of Post Office and Gen
Cod f Is our irultlo to prouder-; spread nsaaure over Held arrangements for the bene- Sapp Sharon Coving-ton Harold headed the.. merger during eral Service Maintenance Employees -
TON t Ity and niu-cciw. mid with Him or package; it for fertilizer fit supper, expressed appreciation Davis, Mark Bruno, Samuel campaign that started more than the National Federation -
new channel of good o| for u*. An wo turn to Cud mil agricultural opeations' cb and also all who donated Siemer; Team Imogene TinaKeU.Yr the upcoming: changes in postal vehicle Employees and the National -
Identify ourm'lvon with ills di eham wastes. Into itr.ams. food and other supplies. Carl Hunslnger, ZIn management clearly spurred Association of Special:
.. iw MA'I'I'IUnq, leINnA1Y.. work. It Ultimo more than At present Bradford County; The Duval County Jury Is still ner Hamilton Jerallne Andrews union members Into final action. Delivery Messengers.
AkHstM-d .... n.-.lq. aN ...... tee Meese Just a |>ruyi>r. It become the poultrymen are operating under hearing .tlmonyfrom Inmates Karen Eland: Darlene
dace Mahar M w .... om.. a ...... .,.. working principle by which welive. he "good neighbor policy": of and officials concerning th e Stand)Hendrleth, Raymond Latain Whittle Her-Anthony "The management revolution cussions Hall said that merger dis
nadsr policing their own February disturbances. It Is setLAg up a in Washington are con-
:Ad u Marelt Sri. Haiti 1'rnyer weenler our titIt'titlon operations. res, and Lacalnear Hill Team semi-corporate
/Mee+t flu iii and. anal I ye.r. NJ.s OIIIIMI on (Soil, slid in Coil County Sanitarian Jack Trawick believed thatdleomceolStata'. 6Nancy Patrick, ;Benlta postal service required a tlnulNg with! die National As-
says that Attorney Ed Austin has about union revolution of Letter Carriers
sanitary to ,
..... every |truycr of our heart (1ml conditions Franklin Jarotha match it,
I the
errs par, eLSe an generally good around poul) completed the Investigation at Morris, John Hall Mid. "For organized largest" of the remaining
ivrfovt fulfillment. Tyson Edward '
l try operations about files In th. prison. White. and Watts McCoy tal employees, the status quo postal nations still) retaining
Rudolph Lennon. their old
/ Telegraph lulv 1 I. 197 1 craft ind.ntify.EDITORIAL ; .


.--.. L.ECA LL7 .ca rs. i +! i Bradford Above AverageIn

NOTICE OF APPLICATION Home OwnershipCompared Community News

Marie Notice FOR Is Hereby TAX DEED Given that rtrciSrEIt Notice Is FICTITIOUS hereby given NAME that: Genevieve As Administratrix J. Steele of the Estate the country with home somosectionsof ownershipin hered during the recent Census Hv h'li/abe'.h; Givens; Walker
Smith the holder of the of Mablo J. Fletcher de- of Housing.!
following certificates has filed undersigned: under Die provisions ceased. Bradford County Is at a high It shows that 1 fifi.4 |per cent of EI.L I CHAPTER: 01'S ,
said of Chapter 20,953 Lawsof level. Morning: service at II a.m. hurch Kev. ( .1 Jenkins pos-
certificates for a tax deed Richard J. Wilson all dwelling units In Bradford Dell Chapter IFS will meet
to be Issued I I-lorlda, Acts of 1941 will According to the la test official ncr will be served at : un', Service schedule as follows -
thereon. The County! are now onm-d Thursday nlglu
certifIcate Attorney for Administratrix by their ) lul.i I, litI/
register with the Clerk of the figures. Die proportion of local \l 3 p.m., Sunlight: I odge ; :
numbers occupants. 'I'M p.m. In the Masonic
and years of 11 West University Avenue compares with Hall
Issuance Circuit Court, In and for Brad familes that own the houses ii on will hold Installation ser\ Sunday !School 10 a.m. lx>vc-
tile description of the ford Count! I I' lorida Gainesville Florida 32601 58.9 per cent n tile t nlu-d Hrownlee Street Ml members for all officers. The feast service, II a.m.CommunIon -
upon which they live Is relatively sl>
property, and lie( In States and 02:!,0 arc asked to please] be
names per cent In pre-
which it publication of this noticeof 7/1 4t 722In large will be Sister Shaw,, will be given in die f fl; p.m.
was assessed Florida. and on time.
follows: are as the fictitious name of I.OGIIOKV ;: The findings are based upon and president of the IMI'l service
Certificate :' KESTAUBXT: under an analysis of reports releasedby SCHOOL) NtIA'SMonday :: Pallbearers. The Sunday School Conven-
Issuance No. 75, Year of which I am engaged In businessat the Department of Commerce !Most of tile upward trend In ', July 5, marks tile be served after the pro will start July] 7, 8. and
Property 1968. Description of I'.S. 301 South Suirke Brad The County Judge's Court based upon date gat- homo ownership took place In beginning of Summer Schoolin This activity! will !J In .Jacksonville. I"here will
In Gddagan 9,18 of Blk 1 ford Count}, Horld.i. of Bradford County FloridaIn the eight years or so prior to Bradford Count, for a services for the day. be delegates going froml-
S/D. Ovid &: Thelma ="Norman: 469 re: Estate of Eva G. Sullivan 1968 when there iris little unemployment l period> of 20da>s. Parents; are len !
In The Chapel Sunday School.
Name In County Judge's Courtof
which assessed Es- West C all St. Starke Fla. deceased. when Incomes asked to please send childrenfor Creator Allen C Impel
telle Bradford Count:
Adkins FloridaIn
moving! higher this enrichment
Dated were and period
this 10Ui when
day of June ; ----- -- -- - -
All of said To All re: Estate: of Eva: G. SulIh'an Pr--WWWflWWWWEVENING
property; being A.D. 1971 at Starke, Bradford Persons Interested In the avallablllt ofll1or ate( m:>- Many' Interesting activities have
In the County of Bradford State Count!}', Florida The Estate of Said Decedent: Deceased ney at favorable rates made It been planned for their Intellectual CLASSES
Florida. You are hereby notified that possible for min\\ families: to Improvement.\
Unless such certificate or 6/17 a written Instrument All creditors of the estateof attain their goal
4tp 7/8 -- a home of Cllt RCII \CTIIIIISFbcnezcr !
certificates shall be redeemed Ing to be the last will and tes- Eva G, Sullivan deceased, their own.Figures. Baptist Church
according to law the property tament of said decedent has are hereby notified and required Rev I.eroy Davis pastor. I'or'i'II.> Summer 1'rograin
, described In such certificate In The Circuit Court, Eight) been admitted to probate In to file any claims or for Uie local area Preaching started :Monday
I or certificates will be sold Judicial: Circuit of Florida In this court. You are hereby demands which they may have show a total of '|,rte: ear- night for tile revival sen Ices AT THEBradfordUnion
to against
the highest estate In the office
bidder at the And For Bradford County; commanded within six calendar of the round dwelling: units: of which3.1Ij.J by Rev. J.C. Hell from Ocnla.'I ) .
court house door on the first CIVIL ACTION months from the date of the county judge of '
; are owner-omipled. he public Is Invited to attend -
Monday In Month of August Cecella Sue Lambert, Plaintiff first publication of this notice Bradford County Florida in Nationally the number: of these, <; services for spiritual Area
Inl. which Is the 2nd day of -vs- William Eugene Lambert to appear in this court and the courthouse at !Starke, Florida home owners rose :7.1 million strength. Sunday School
MUgust 1971. Defendant. Case No.1109. show cause If any you can, within six calendar
the 10-jcar period will begin services Sunday at
Dated this 16th months from the date of the going Vocational-Technical: Center
day of June why the action of this
1971. Notice of Suit No Property; court first from :32.8 million to 39.9 million 9:45.: Morning Worship at II
publication of this
TO: William Eugene Lambert in admitting said will to pro- the Deportment of Com- with the Junior Choir render-
Gilbert Each claim
S. Brown bate or demand must be
You are hereby notified that should not stand unrevokcd.s mjrcc: reports ing service all das. l'\e-
Clerk of Circuit Court of an action for Divorce has been In writing and must state the nlng song service 7 p.m. \ Isltors WILL BEGIN JULY 5 AND END JULY 25
Bradford County, Florida filed against you and you are / / 'llieron A. Yawn place of residence and post- Howler because of the Increase always welcome.
6/24 4t 7/15 office address of the claimantand ]
required to verve a copy of. County Judge In papula Uon during tluw> Greater; Bethel I Freewill
written defenses If By: Beulnh] Moody must!' be sworn to b> lie Die percentage of families
your any years /: Baptist Church, Kev Jasper
Deputy! Clerk claimant, his agent, or his attorney I Clones Arc Open To Present Vocational Students;
IN:. \ to It, on the plaintiffs attorney the nitod Elates who \\ iillams pastor.Choir I'Chear-:
JUDGE'S COURT whose and or it will become void were living in their Students Who Expect To Be In A Vocational
BRADFORD name address own homos sal for Choir \o.: I each Monday / Progrom
In Re: Estate COUNTY of Mrs.FLA.Eva Is Honorable Lax Green Starke, 1971 First publication on July 1 I. according June 1-1. 1971 to law.,\.D. was only slightly higher in )l)7l!) ) night. Tuesday night Choir Next Year And To Other Students Who Would Like
Florida and file the originalwith than it was in 19r0. :No. 3 and I slicrs Hoard :No.
Wood Wanda (;
Stump, deceased. rlffls Curti.sExecutrix To Attend.
George II. Pierce
Because of inflation,
the clerk of the above and the 2 will meet. Wednesday night,
Notice To Creditors of the ]':state of
203-205 Tempe] Ave. decline In
styled court on or before July housing constructionIn Prayer :Meeting The Ladles
All creditors Eva G;. Sullivan
of the deceasedI
Eva Wood estateof 12. 1971: otherwise a Judgementmay Starke Florida 32091 recent years, home values Circle ,will meet at the home Class Hours Will Be From 7 p.m. to 10 p.:m., Monday
are hereby notified Stump and deceased requiredto be entered against you 7/1 Attorney 4t 722In for i\ecutrlx: I Irst publication on July/ I I. hate been zooming: In m st a- of :Mrs. Sarah Prince. Prayer Thru Thursday. Register At The Center Or Or) Before
file for the reUof demanded In the 1971. reas. Hand, will meet at the home
which they any claims may have or demands against complaint or petition. George; II. Pierce In Bradford ( ount>, on the of Mrs. Allen, Friday night. July 5, 1971.
said estate In the office of WITNESS: my hand and the The County Judge's CourtIn 203-205 N'. Temple Ave basis of the median price asked Saturday the Senior Ushers
the County Judge of Bradford seal of said Court on June 14, And For Bradford Count!}, "ta rke. Florida for local homos, $8,200 the Hoard will be selling dinners AUTOMOBILE AIRCONDITIONINGWill
County Florida In the 1971.GILBERT Florida. Attorney for Executrix: total value of owner-occupied from tile kitchen. At 6 p.m.
court- property comes to Also Be Offered On And
house at Starke Florida within S. BROWNAs In Probate approximately the Sunday School Teachers are Monday Wednesday
six Clerk of said Court File No.; 1-1930 $25,043,000, for above what asked to meet in a conference.
calendar months from Evenings From 7 P.M. To 10 P.M.
the date of the first publica- In Re: Estate of Robert It. 7/1 4t 7/22 It was In I9GO when the median All teachers are asked to pleasebe
tion of this notice. By: Beulah M. Moody Rogan Deceased. value was only $0,300.) present. Sunday School will
Each: claim or demand must A. Deputy Clerk NOTICE; \ :: TO CREDITORS begin Sunday services at 9:30.:
(Court Seal)) To All
be in writing and must state Creditors and Persons
the place of residence and post Having Claims or Demands Against AGAR o FOR YOUR PICNIC NIEOS
6/14 4tchg 7/8 Said !
office address of the claimant, Estate: IMFORTIDFIUMH3SICanned
and must Us sworn to by the You and each of you are here- CannedKONIIISS.
claimant, his agent, or his attorney by notified and required topre- STARKE'SLOWEST
or It will become void sent any claims and demands
according to law. In The Court of the County which you or either of you FOOD
I'Irst publication: June 17, Judge Bradford County, Flo may have against the estate MUIMIATIOMMOUII
1971. rida. In Probate. of ROBERT R. ROGAN.:, deceased -
-Lillian Stump ,\dmlnistrator In. Re: Estate of Mable J. late of said County, All MIAT. NO WASTI FOOD
Estate of I'a'ood: Stump, Fletcher deceased.To to the County Judge of Brad-
Deceased All Creditors and Per- ford County Florida] at his 1 LB CAN $1.29 FAIR
sons Having Claims or Demands office in the courthouse of said PRICES 6 !
6/17 4t 7/8 Against Said Estate: County; at Starke, Florida. ,with- 2 LB CAN $2.49
.---- You and each of you are in six calendar months from 320 S. WALNUT ST.
hereby notified and requiredto the time of the first publica- SUPERMARKETS
NOTICE present any claims and demands tion of this notice. Two co- $398 3 LB CAN $3.69
Notice Is hereby given that which you or either pies of each claim or demand
an order dated 20 May 1971 of you may have against the shall be In writing 'and shall BONUS BUYS GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY JULY 4, 1971. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED.im.H.iJnj .
has been Issued by the undersIgned estate of Mable J, Fletcher state the place of residenceand
authorizing the name deceased, late of said County postofrtce addl ellS .of the
of the gas scow Martin My to the County Judge of Brad- claimant, and shall be swornto .a ;
Darlln. official number 285956. ford County; Florida at his by the claimant Its agent, :
owned by Ralph Kay DamN office In the court house of or attorney and accompanied
of which Jacksonville Fps. U said County at Starke Florida by a filing fee of one dollar
the home port, to be/ chan: ed within six calendar months and such claim or demand not
to The Office.-- L.J. Racier from the time of the first pub- so filed shall be voId. /IM
Documentation: Officer by Dr. lication of this Notice. Each /sOdell F. Rogan,
CO. USC;. MIO. Jacksonville claim or demand shall be In Executrix of the Estate of
Fla. 6/10 4t 7/1 writing; and shall state the Robert If, Rogan deceased
place of residence and post
office address of the claimant Myron Prevatt
BIG PENS. Ball Point Re- and shall be sworn to by Attorney at Law
fills. Bradford County Telegraph. the claimant, his agent, his Keystone Heights Florida
attorney and any such claim or Attorney for the Estate
demand not so filed shall be
7/1 4t 7/22

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L DR FULL CUT ROUND __ [/ : ) '
$ SAV'.ufO "i [uwniciijWHOll 29c'
1.19 ro fO. she 6 9 "fill

//f:7, JJvtN ____
'' ,
KRAFT Pork & Beans tTeVsr:: ::: 2/23/ 2/25. 2.

Ill/lltlr"I" Biltmore Luncheon Loaf" "-3/89/ <(: $1.35 46. DRINKS I

BAR-B-QUE Chocolate! Jumbo Pies '.' 00" 3/l/ $1.11 tit ASSORTED VARIETIES6I

SAUCES Choc. Chip Cookies It ."-x'4151/ $1.32 32t

Vanilla Wafers n oi titui iur 4/$1/ S1.32 32.

35* c.... ... ...... 28oz
18 Oi. Btl. Fiddle Faddle : SI :O.n 3/$1/ $1,11 17.

Potato Sticks OI CANI, fACMII tAMt 38c 39. ,1t BT L

Cat Litter .. .. '. 79c set Joe

Foamy Liquid Detergent 1' ., 4/$1/ $1.16 IH
I'4 Scouring Sponges KOCM M1 tttFAM'lt 29c/ 5., 9. ffJd fANCY GOLDEN RIPfBANANAS

Scotch Card '. .. $1" ".9s 9f

Pantry Pride Spray Starch 29c 35f ee

\ mnufinnitin] C Laundry Rinse N". .AUM 69c 79f lot .\. '

*\" 4 5 Kiwi Shoe Polish CAM* 32c ::13. If \ ).

37ot JAB Glory Foam Rug Cleaner.e ... $1" so... lot ....> L B 10(

Pantry Pride Tea Bags "_' 38c 49. tie

.- '- Pantry Pride Tea Bags ,- c' 68c 89. 211

Cleaning up visual pollution : CLOSED SUNDAY Evaporated Milk u...::: ::_" lit 141 4f U POTATOES'Nat late IU1M ".. """''nun.?:"' 65

AND MONDAY Frozen Waffles ':::'.".sl 10/$1/ SI.45 45. U S. NO. I PANCT

electricity is part of the solution. Mrs. Pies "....:.:,.;?ol.. 89c 99 t 10. CORN ,,/0",',,,',',', 6..

JULY 4th AND 5 MoronSmith's Frozen Pies "..'::: :'": 3/89c/ $1.11 22f nUN juicr uwoeNIA nun
: ..
What happens to once-faithful fllwers tion is reduced. And our society's resources Banquet Cream Pies .7': 4/S1/ SI.20 20f LEMONS.DOliN -" 48j'

when they're too old for the road? Too are wisely recycled.At .

often they become |lunk-great ugly FPL we're busy planning and '

piles of rusting metal. But modern Americans building to provide the electricity for Q :

want to live In a beautiful clean your needs as well as for the Impor ralOLLSivnnti j' k1' LOUPES

environment.And tont job of improving the environment. .
electricity is helping. Cleaning the air, 39'CRIAM

Electric compactors crush junked Ing the water,

I cars' Into almost-solid blocks of metal sewage clean1 tow ma nurttr t w nttti 1 mirur torn rtiarTmirMr iv men mimr urn runt '--; ; ;

which are melted down and shaped ugly junkpi les-- : 5O< OFF "" .FlEDimm/ 1 1Inlv
Into useful new products. Visual pollu ity i s part of the I LIBBY'S ICE TEA r '
1 FPL 1 PIES ,. >.. 1._..MI, .....tttt omt... I I-__,:.:..":...._.- : .'.
......._,.o......_..., % : : .;:':: := '::-: :- : ::::':':. :'=' :=:" .
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I 1971 Tclewnnh I'av.., I ir


Fatally AaidentRandali Ovid Injuredin Bennett Bennett 18. of: t Ti I

I. Jacksonville, died loon after tW:)\ fed
arrival at Clay Memorial Hosplta 1 1r
!. a* of Injuries 1r j :
received Wednesday, June 23, ; j
In a motorcycle-truck accidentnear
In Jacksonville on Sept. MELROSE
CHURCH 422 N. St. Clalr St.. Starke. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S.
student at Sunday School. 9:45
he a.m.
30. 1952.: was a
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. School 10 a.m. MornIng behind Taste
Sunday: 301 North
Worship 11 Services
Forest High School!,and a member a.m.Youth Schedule of :
of: the Bapti.thurch.. JJesB LsBsBsoBsBsBsHBA' H Morning Worship U a.m. Youth Worship, II ajn. Sunday Fellowship, II p.m.Choir Practice. Frees Drive In, Sunday Sunday Bible Study 10:00:
Surviving are Ms parents, BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB Ovid D. and Geraldine Shaw I ship 7 pm.Thursday. Wednesday 7130: p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch II a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer m.aim Evening Worship, 7:00: p.m.
night Prayer Meet Meeting, Friday 7:30 p.m. Service 7:30 Wednes
Bennett, and one slater Miss : p.m. All other Evenings-8:00: p.m.
Karen Ann Bennett, ,both of : p.m.Luke Pastor -Rev. Y.W. Kldd, pastor. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day. CHR1M1AW
Jacksonville; his. maternal! Ivy -LIfO)' Olive pastor E.L. HAMPTON '

grandmother. Mrs. Frailer SMYRNA MISSIONARYBAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Grlffls, associate pastor. CHURCH School 10 sum. MornIng -

Shaw Stark, and paternal CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Worship 11.Training Union Sunday 11 EveningWorship $
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Sunday School 9:30; Training 6:30.: Evening Worship 730.: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship. 7. -James, Shaw pas I
Dewey Bennett, Lawtey. : Sunday School. 10 ajn. Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Worship LeRoy Dalrymple, Pastor. BROOKER I
Funeral services were held Preaching 11 a.m. Training U- 11 a-m. Evening Worship Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship tor.
at 2 p.m. Friday In Ilardage Non 3:45 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.i Prayer Meeting 4:30Wednesday. : BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Services II a.m. and 7 :
& Sons Blanding Boulevard 7 p.m.EYel'JOll8welcome. : Sunday School 10 a.m. Mornlae p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH ii
Chapel with Rev. Jim Young -Wilbur Dyers pastor. Pastor Rev. Robert West. Worship. 11 sum. tvenlnlrWor.b1p : Rev. Lacy Conway Pastor. BROOKER FLA.
Interment followed Templ.paator.Sun- Iii,
officiating. ., 7:30 Prayer Rev. Jim
Lake Cemetery. p.m.; 10 Ron Bris ,
In Crosby day School. a.m. )iJ
Meeting 7:30: pjn. Wednesday. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH '
CHURCH OF COD Training :
NEW RIVER BAPTIST tol. Superintendent.
-Rev. J.C. pastor Sunday School 10 Morning -
10 Mom. 6:45 Lowell Douglas
Sunday School a.m. nlon. p.m. 'I
John Bradley Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Training MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Worship, II a.m. and 7 Director. Worship Services 11 ;/

Servkes HeldAtLawtey Worship Service 11 ajn. 6 YoungPeople's 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 "\\
8 Wednesday Night director
School 11 Morning Worship -
Evangelistic Service, 7 p.m. .
". service 7:30: pjn. Everyone 6 p.m.Ifrslning Union
Wednesday; Prayer Mating EVERGREEN BAPTIST
welcome. \
John B. Bradley. 55. of Law- IJ'''''' ".''''''''''''_1\_'''''s.l\u\\''"\ "'''ll"" 7:30 pum. Come and worship L.L. Parker pastor. 7 pjn.Wednesday Evening-7:30 Worship.Prayer Services. Highway 125. Northwest of CHURCH HEILBRONN HIGHWAY 16 N. ;
tev. died Wednesday. June 23. with us. Lawtey. Sunday School 10 a.m. school 9:45 "
: : a.m.
In Bradford County; Hospital.A Cutter ploying co-ed Kay Schmidt will b. the Youth ... Bobby Harris, past PINE.LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev.. Bob Cooper Pastor Morning Worship. 11:15. Sun- Morning Sunday Worship. II. Training

native of Bradford correctional County; Director at the Methodist Church for 10 weeks this summer. GREATER BETHLEHEM Sunday School. 10 ajn. day Night Service, 7:30:Meeting p.m. Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Service "
he was a retired FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship II a.m. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday Prayer 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
Florida State 7:30 Rev. Albert Knight,
officer at the : p.m. )
Prison, and a member of Cal- Youth Worker Plans Cor. Ash A Chestnut. Sunday Services (Booster Band, Young Sunday School 9:43: a.m.; pastor. Service 7:30.: I
Baptist Church. School, 9:30: Morning Worship People and Prayer Service), 0 Morning Worship, 11 a.m.Even- -Rev. L. Tommy ,Howe '' ;

vary Surviving are his wife, Mrs. U{ League pun. & Service, pjn. Evening Worship, 7 P.m. Ing Worship,7 pjn.;Wed. Prayer LAURA BAPFIST pastor. \, '
6 p.m. -- Rev. Jasper Williams Midweek Service Wednesday Meeting and Bible Study 7 CHURCH I
For Methodists
Hazel Bradley and one son, Programs Pastor. Sunday. School, 9:45: a.m.l;. I
J.C. Bradley both of Law- 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland, p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. Morning Worship IIam.Even. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST '.
fey one brother R.L. Bradley Pastor G.F. Prevatt. pastor Everyone lag ,Worship. 7:30 Mid- OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
;, Lawtey;three sisters Mrs. Kay Schmidt, third recipient dation Program at FSU and It FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome. week Bible Study p.m. 1404 E. Dissent Road
Mamie Crews. Lawtey; Mrs. of aid from the Lee Perryman was In this program that she STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a.
Nell Coble Jacksonville; and Davis Scholarship Fund, will came In contact with the scholarship Sunday School 9:43: ; Morning (Highway 100 at Theressa) Be In church Sunday. m. Sunday Sch..-.l,10 i sum. Sac- S
Mrs. Myrtle Vanzant, Starke. be working at the First United fund Worship, 11;; Junior and Senior Sunday School- ajn.Morn- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH rament. 6 p.m.
Funeral services were held Methodist Church for 10 weeks Miss Schmidt says that she MYF groups, 6 pjn. log Worship U a.m. Train. Sunday Service:Sunday School Frank Jarvis pastor Monday Mia 7:30: p.m.
at 2 p.m. Saturday atthegrave- this summer. also hopes to learn from the Wednesday; Youth Choir Rehearsal Ing Union 6:30: p.m. ; EvenIng 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, Tuesday Primary 4:30 p.m.
side in the Lawtey Cemeterywith Miss Schmidt, whose prime youth. She hopes that her summer 7pm. Prayer Meeting, Worship 7:15: p.m. 10:49: a.m. Evening Service,7:15: Wednesday Relief Society.
Rev. Pete Dice officiating responsibility; will be the church work with the youth will 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday Night Prayer Services p.m. Youth Croup Meeting,Sun ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC 7:30: p.m.
John M. Brtnkley Mortician, youth program said that she better prepare her for her Internship 7:45. 7:30: p.m. Revs Merle day 6:30 p.m. CHURCH.MACCLENNY Jesse D. Branson Branch
of Macclenny was In charge hopes to present educational and to be a teacher. -DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. Packham, pastor. -J.C. Brown minister Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy President.
of arrangements type; programs dealing with such The Lee Perryman Davis Jay Mass 5:30 pjn.
social concerns as over popu- Scholarship Fund was established
lation drugs, and the ecology.In three and Is LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL. - - - .- -- -- -------
years ago ------
Services Held the Vacation Bible School administered by the church HOLINESS School CHURCH ;-z'-;;;;;; -/III/II/I- ; -/VIII/- IIi,1. -1
Sunday 9:45 $a.m.; r---r
For Mrs. HatcherIn she will head, Miss Schmidt trustees. Money from the fund .
St. Mark's ChurchMrs. said that she plans to do programs Is to be used for educational Morning Worship II a.m. Youth I I
dealing with the social scholarships. Service IS pjn.; Evening Worship Ale

Gladys Faulkner Hatch concerns of t the church withas 7 pjruTuesday; Prayer Meeting 7:30 I I READY FOR < 4CARGO IJ
much religion thrown In as

Hatcher er. 76, Sr.widow, died of Sunday Harry mornIng M.- the students want. Auto Accident p.m.-Rev. W.B. Chauncey pastor. I ....,...,..,....,....... r----- ,& J
Some of
In Bradford County Hospital theprograma alreadyon ; 5
after a short Illness. tap for the summer Includea Injuries Fatal NORTH3DE BAPTIST iI \; t+ 1 1S

Born In Hollo Mo. on Jan. 3, youth communion service a To Miss Stith CHURCH
1895 she had lived In Starke retreat to New Smyrna Beach Sunday Morning Worship I

for was the a member past several of St.years Mark'sEpiscopal and and between possibly post a high discussion school graduates group- Miss Teresa Ann Sttth. 15. Evening 9:45 Sunday Worship School., 6 pjn.IL Sunday Training Till ship' has IHIMI "cmitiitl| .1 nf ill < iujr" ", and \ s : .
of Cautler Miss., died Sundayas :
Church. and high school seniors. Union 7:30.Thursday mitt HlumU I hail.\' to lukc tin fuel and miiiv"
Now a senior at Florida State a result of an automobile Teacher and Officers I ,
is daughter 'I
Mrs.Surviving J.L. Campbell one of Cas- University Kay Is majoring In accident when the car she was Meeting 6:30.: Prayer eurgrun further. N'rritr.. If tin- Chip| wens t III
driving skidded on a wet spot I
math education and hopes to Meeting 7:30.Edward I '
Harry :
selberry; two sons Col. teach math to high school stu In the road and ran Into a irnmin <'lii|>l.\, it wnillcl IKnf mi talus and C1
of C. Harvey pastor.
M. Hatcher Jr. Starke I
dents. bridge abutment. Miss Stitti was 1 : '
and Frank F. Hatcher Malt- on the from her home to a utMiM In- railing in (ln> "'"- Limit Unit il was ,
The co-ed way vij
who calls
land five grandchildren, and young PINEHILb,CONGREGATIONAL I i ,
; swimming pool Just outside of
Winter Park her home Is also (unit for.,, ,
one great grandchild. held very active In Wesleyan Foun- town, at the time. She was a- METHODIST CHURCHSl.lndQ"School ij It f t I
Funeral services were lone In the car. 10 a.m. Morning I
at 10 aim Monday In St. Mark's The granddaughter of Mr.and Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- iiI Mull ttll+ rll'llll'll" In l IKII i-lilllillllliill| : In linl.!, r I
Episcopal Church with Rev. Clyde B. Rowe vice: 6 pjn. Evening Worship ? '
Mrs L..F. DlnUns of Starke ,* I I' Iced ulirn ln ,|I..> nut jiiin In "fll'-hil'| \tilli I II'i .
John M. Flynn and Rev. W.A. Servkes HeldIn Miss Stith was born In Fer- 7:30 pjn. I Hill t I
Hogan officiating. Interment nandina Beach on Sept.27, 1955. Rev. Neal Starling pastor. tn.lliraslulginlla'n9h.nIf..rIG) / ; / I / ; "i-ii-iit"" mil / ( ;
was In Crosby Lake Cemetery Jones Chapel and had lived In Mississippisince ,
under direction of DeWitt C. I Mnki-\oiir lift' riiriin, xiinHlmii: I'm. '"1.1 :
1968. She was a sophomore iiih! I
Jones Funeral Home Clyde B. Rowe 64, of In high school and was AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH I

Gainesville died Friday June recently selected as Sophomore Worship 11 10 ajn.Evening MornIng -. I jI I j ,, I h ,
Queen. ajn.
25, In the Veterans Hospital
SERVICEMENNavy Tuskegee Ala. after an exten- Besides her grandparents, Worship 7 pjn. Wed. Pray. I ', 1 /# I II I
ded Illness. He was a veteran she Is survived by her parerits er Meeting and Bible Study,
Fireman DwIght M. Kersey of World War n, a retired Dr. James L, and JoAnn Din- 7 pjn. Young People Meet- I
son of Mr. and Mrs. painter and a Baptist. kins Stith and one brother fr-r every Monday, 7 p.m. I fc/ff 'I I
George L. Kersey of 1015 E. Surviving are one daughter Philip Andreu SUth all of Gau- G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Every I $;;

Palm St., Starke was graduated Mrs. Sandra Brewster.Gainesville tier; her great-grandmother one Welcome. ; ;f % t ;
from Bollerman"Ap>School ; a brother Claude Rowe Mrs. Oscar Andreu of Starke; .
at the Naval Training Center Lawtey; two sisters Mrs Ruth and her paternal grandparent ST. CHURCESTARKE OLIO 1 .
Great Lakes. 111. Baker, Jacksonville and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. M.Chandler Stith, ,, II I :
Edith Biggs, Orlando; and three Washington D.C. Father James Cregan pastor. I 'A' ( :
It. dun ti i M i aw.nN M i
CARD OF THANKSOur grandchildren. Funeral services were held Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday I -V. wM ,In Wf_",t .*.>. ......'..* II Hn !I... Q I
felt thanks to all Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Tuesday In the First Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, .'d lot a.w..d.II e4. d.a.d I.man Ie...,.... r, L'. :r' ?
heart comforting at U a.m. Monday In Jones Baotist Church of Starke with 7 p.m. I n H.* "I... Ir .I...'" .Ml ....... WithnlIM t .I ,
who extended recent sorrow.sympathy Memorial Chapel with Rev. W. Rev. W.A. Hogan officiating Confession -- Saturday 6 rot fi.nW. ...i HI .HM. ,1..1< CW, .. *..m. I n
In our A. Hogan offlclat Interment Interment I h )
and ig. was In Crosby Lake pjn. : mM w WMtr M .., II! M. nil l loot rt't I
For the beautiful flowers was In the family plot In Wood- Cemetery wfli DeWitt C. Jones School of: Religion ,.Lmm1 end IAe.. ,hwd.m firm N bed W nAt D I't
other kindnesses, we are lawn Cemetery Macclenny Funeral Home In charge of ar.rangemen Grade School Sunday U *.., .e MmMMfffMft ., P".... 1100,1., ., .... ,
deeply grateful. with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral a.m. to 12 noon. t i t t .Mlfllll p.Ml.*... ....UIM ......'_' tY ,
The Ardell Crosby family. Home In charge. High School -- Wednesday .
0...* ,I..M"M tai II ,IM ..II..II< .kmu
7 to 8 p.m. t' iQl ...<. .kit. l I...,. npm1 thai _H, I II

.- -- at.rsI ..... I i ..... ,..- d.wld. .. .,.... .... ,.......... t. ; ,i'
- -s -- ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL ;; ( .
The teen-agers down the A .Hit. (bed Mew il .MH.. lilt twill .M5 ll A .
block report their father Is on CHURCH STARKE I \;.+ IM. Id,. ...Ht. mi Mm,. IK., ttiim wh.. t i '
t a real ego trip. He even answers Sunday School 9:45: a.m. ..It Him tin M ... .i ttnlt. .> j ..
f'\\ ttt i ;,: .... ...
t the telephone on the Holy Eucharist let and 3rd I Gaol ,. t. .. I IL

weird theory that It might be Sundays. U aim Morning Pray ... ... fJ, .
P. ,._
... ..
May We Sures----- for him.MADISON. .r. 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday, t _:.1"_-= _:.:_-= _:,._-= _:.._-=- f
I t t 11 a.m. -----------.------- ---------------

EYC-Sunday -
*. 6 pjn. -

t STREET -John M. Flynn Rector '
For any bereaved ones wishing to make BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE 66"

memorials of a lasting nature ... Sunday School 9:45 a.m. FLORIDA SERVICE
Morning Worship at II. Train- ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL

t t Ing Union, 6:15: ; WMU Prayer church shirks J1G -- EST Kill Edwnrd. Ph. 964-7231
II Circle 7:15: ; Evening Worship holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd ; l .
Your" contributions to the Crosby Lake 7:30.Monday Sunday, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer <1 ONTROL Tire Truing
I Trust Fund Youth Choir Practice 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday. ___ :
f fa
Cemetery perpetual caret t ,, 7 pm. WMU meeting 10 a.m. -7"' Headlight Adjusting
of the Cemetery will be a living memorialto 7:30.: -John M. Flynn Rector I p4r ruru to.
Brake Service
the of departed loved Tuesday Prayer Group, 9:30:
t memory your _
ajn. Carl Hunt Phone 964-6111
Wheel Balance and
ones, assuring them a resting place of I Wednesday Prayer Meeting GRACE BAPTIST
beauty and dignity. : CHURCH STARKE :339: E. Call St. Stark. 18. Alignment.
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mor- .
t Practice, ning Worship at 11. Training 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE .Phone 964-5745 for FREE AIR. CONDITION' SERVICE
Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship -
7:30. Wednesday Prayer Hlway 301 and 100 Inspections and Estimates AU Minor R.palntaD

I Memorials may be made in the form of Meeting 7:30.: --Rev. Leon T. 8. Temple Starke
contributions to the Fund and mailed to t FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Odom Jr., pastor 617 N. Temple Avc. 8Urk
P.O. Box 368 Starke, Fla. in the name

I of the one to whom you wish to pay Opportunities service: STARKE CHURCH BRADFORD
tribute. An acknowledgement card will tbe t Sunday Sunday School 9:45: ; OF'CHRIST STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDS
Morning Worship at 11. guest Bible School 10 Worship "
t sent by the Association to the family speaker Rev. W.B. Johnson; Services 11 *jn. and SUPPLIES Inc. Grocery and Market ABSTRACT CO.
concerned. Church Training 6:15: } Evening 6 p.m. Midweek Service Wednesday -
Worship, 7:30: guest speaker 7 p.m. Ladles Bible Feed For Your
Groceries Meats l neuter Service
Rev W.B. Johnson Hardware
Featuring Ace
Class Thursday U a.m.Church
t Tuesday -WMS Council MeetIng located ope block west on SR GAS AND 011. Title Problem
Such memorials, made to the Crosby Lake t 1 10:30 a.m.; Program. 11:15.: 18. COMplete Paint. Supplies

Cemetery Fund will ha %1> insure lasting care noon Covered; Business Dish Meeting Luncheon 12:30Pre 11: J.P.H. Bell minister"New and Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys Edwards Abstract "

t of the Cemetery and will be a permanent t Young Musicians Choir e e U. S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance

tribute to the memory of the one in whose (9-10-11)2 pjn. townsare. the latest Check With Us Flnt"
Wednesday Family Night thing In urban olanning. Just PHONE 964-5312 ISM/ W. Call Ph. M4-6M1
t name the memorial is made. Supper 6 Youth Choir w It won't be ton much of a 21* Washington St. 964-5270
t "A" PrcUc., 6:15: Prayer cultural shock most of them
I CROSBY LAKE CEMETERY Meeting R.A. Meeting 6:30: ; equipped with old prob
Teachers and Officer Meet- ems CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.

t ASSOCIATION: Ing. 7:15: ; Church Choir Practice -
INC. t 8:15. Owned By These We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Member I Jve IfetUr
Thursday College and Being cured by a medicine
A P.O. B.z 368 Star". ,Fl. Career Choral Practice 7:30: which later research proves Ktoctrlcallv"- Height -Phone 4734911Randall .
to be ineffective Is terribly
lassRa.leK pjn.W.A.. Koran, Pastor embarrastaf te DM palie. **. -

K R.ge 12 Telegraph July 1, 1971

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I: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE Day Special Postal at KeystonePostal ProgramOn Service IH Readies

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I Keystone HHites r- p",71 guratlon day July Service of 1. marking the Day change the, Thurs Inau over* Big July 3Celebration

It ]I will to the be new observed U.S. Postal with Service special, :;t'

B/ GLORIA REDFEARN I ceremonies at the Keystone

PUo'. Call 473-3288 47iA ,. : Heights post office, accordingto
Postmaster Gladys Tlllls.
The Junior High Fellowship
Charles : '
Smith __
of the Community hada Mrs. Patricia will be special music
and swim Suter has entered There ,
cook-out patty at
Alachun I the Invocation will
and'Mrs. Robert Eklund's General Hospital and be
Mr.Little Lake Geneva to undergo surgery. Her brought by Rev. Stewart Mc-
on June Sundayafternoon many friends of the Baptist Cord. Miss Tlllls will welcome
'1\\ 27. Attending Church are In prayer for her. visitors and Introduce members rn-
'ii c were: Ten Tomlinson, Susan Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Simeral ftT of the post office staff: Some 80 decorated units,ranging : -
Bedell Cheryl Rome, Pattle attended a dinner barbecue at 1 Edna Baker.Settle Sprow, Mar- from rafts pontoon boats,
and her
Reighard cousin, Joan, the home of Mrs. Gordon Bakeron tha Thomas Ann Cooper,Clara are expected to pass In review -
Redfearn. John
'I and June Mark Lake Don before thousands of
Geneva recently. Mrs. Belle Bradley; Shackleford, spectators -
tkluiid Buddy Phillips, David ; -
; Baker's brother, Alex Car- RFD carrier; and Lee WorrMe In the second annual
;ib McLean, Harry Wagner. Timmy denas, who Is stationed In Oklahoma ; custodian. Boatarama at Keystone Heights
: Meek, Bruce, Kevin and Brett with the Air Force and Beach Saturday.The .
c Bannon and Barry Ilgen. The his family here for
were a few
I' group enjoyed games, swimming days visit. Also attending the 1 There will be comments by boat parade Is scheduled r 1
44''f and cooking hot dogs. barbecue were: Mrs. Eddie : \fayor Raymond Starnes;a Flag From 6 to 8 p.m. and will be
preceded by a new attractionaSkiSbowfrom -- r
, Cardenas and family, Mr. and EL2 Raising Ceremony by Boy Scout
GOLF COURSE Mrs. Manuel Aqulllre and Troop 105; and the Pledge of 4to5:30: ,...o..__. _
I The Under 21 Tournament for children, Mr. and Mrs. Gil ; Allegiance will be led by Tom f.if.

.: young people under 21 years of Parades and daughter and Mr. Bryant, of American Legion p.m.Both events will be highlights ,f. _.5.. ,
.II' age in this area began at the and Mrs. Bin Smith. Mr. Car- Post 202. The benediction will jf Keystone's second annual
Keystone Golf and Country Club denas will retire in December --- be brought by Rev. Lawrence "Our Country Day," which will

"I, on Monday 80,participated.June 28. Approximately from the Air Force. Patricia Diane Darts Weds Carroll. also feature a Fish Fry from

They 5 to 7 pum., sponsored by the
.:, will play again on July 12 at the CONGRATULATIONSRobert Daniel Nail in Keystone lIt Keystone Rotary Club to help ....
Willlston Golf and Country Club. W. Price Jr. son Visitors to the ceremony will finance the annual Swim Pro-

t c rda of Mr. and Mrs. hobart W. ")e given a souvenir envelope gram opening Monday, July 5.
HERE THERE Price, Sr. of Nelson's Point The Community Church of length gowns with a noral print mprlnted with the old and new
" A surprise birthday party for graduated Magna Cum Laude Keystone Heights was the scene ,bodice ,and blue chiffon skirt, insignia\ of the Postal Service. Live entertainment will be
; Wally Muhlohfer was held at from St. Edward's University of the Saturday wedding of Patricia accented at the waist by a This envelope will also be made provided by the Lions Club

,: his home on Saturday evening. in Austin, Texas on May 29. Diane Davis and Daniel green velvet ribbon. They wore available In limited numbers asa from 5 to 8 p.m., and the final
Those attending were: Mr. and He received a Bachelor of Arts Allan Nail. The Rev. Stewart blue picture hats and carrlea first day cancellation for Just event of the day will be a
Mrs. Bob Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Degree In Business Adminis- McCord officiated.The bouquets of pink carnations.. the cost of an W stamp by spectacular fireworks display
Jim Chesslngton and friends, tration. He Is married to the bride la the daughter of William A. Nail served as stamping and cancelling half staged by the Volunteer Fire
Mr. and:Mrs. Don Shackleford, former Pamela Tomes of Lake Mr. and Mrs. Darrell L. Davis his son's best man. Bill Nail, of the souvenir envelopes In Department starting at dark :tt
; Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McGlave. Geneva. of Scottsdale, Arizona. Mr. and brother of the bridegroom Ran- advance. )n Lake Geneva. I
vfr. and Mrs. E.F. Aiken and Mrs. W.A. Nail of Keystone dy Beckworth, Robert Ballan-
Mr. and.Mrs. W.H. Redfearn, LITTLE LEAGUE PARTYMr. Heights are the parents of the tine, and Cary Burns, all of --
Sr. They all enjoyed a steak and Mrs. Wally Mulho- bridegroom.Given Jacksonville; Tony Davis, ltI.I KOP = ::: :
cook-out. fer entertained In marriage by her Terry Davis and Lynn Davis, was o Tuesday morning w ribbon cutting
members of the
team they sponsored on Satur-( father, the bride wore a silk ill from Scottsdale, and brothers I News Notes at City Hall by Mayor' Ray Starrat and Mrs. Earl I
, designed with an of the bride the
PERSONALS organza gown Woman'
day afternoon at their home.In I VoyUt, Club president.
Vlsltlnir with Mr. empire waistline, high necklineand ushers.
and Mrs. Keystone Club Estates with a By Helen, Egan
Wally Muhlofers their hot dog cook out,and Ice cream. bishop sleeves. Appliques KOP FESTIVAL OPENSA eligible. Entry fee, $3.
nephew, Dave Walters and of lace accented the dress and ribbon-cutting ceremonywas The KOP Homemade Ice

1 friend, Rudy Dresh of West train. The bride carried a Jimmy Huntley of Atlanta, ELLOWSIUP CLUBIt Waycross, Ga. drove downto held at 10 a.m. Tuesdayat Cream Social 'and Game (Night
bouquet of blue daisies, pink was Game-Fun Day for the will be held at 8 Friday,
Chicago.The ) 1 Ga. was the ring bearer. visit for a short time last the municipal building openIng p.m.
Misses Barbara and FIRST KEYSTONE BAPTIST J GUTS CHURCH I rosebuds, white carnations and The retention was held at members of the Fellowship Club Sunday, before Mrs. Crosby the annual KOP (Keystoneon July 9, at the Woman's Club. ..
Teresa*Karris and Melanie Hoer babies breath. the home of Mr.and Mrs.Wayne (seniors) on June 24, held at returns to Klssimmee. Mrs. Parade) week of activities Admission $1.25. Make reser-
all spent a few days In The First Baptist Church observed Mrs. James E. Huntley of Hazen on Lake Geneva. the Lions Club. Everyone was Plckett Is the late "Jack" sponsored by the Keystone Wo- vations at Art Show desk or
3aptf$ Hospital In Jackson- Youth Sunday last weekas Atlanta, the bridegroom's sister The bride attended Keystone happy to see Bob and Amy Fer- Crosby's sister. man's Club.Fealured. call Mrs. John Bird, 4734709.the .
llle last week where they all the young people filled all was matron of honor. Miss Heights High School and St. rail back; also Bill and Helen The past week Rev. and Mrs. during the week- annual KOP Flea Market
ad tflelr tonsils removed. At positions In the Sunday School Jo Ann Benson, Keystone, was Johns River Jr. College. Her Plnorw Some members have not Edmund Perkins of Royal long art show at the munici- will be held Saturday, July 10,
and took care of both worship the maid of honor.Bridesmaidswere "lusbnnd attended Andrew Jack- been feeling too well.Mrs.Ruby Oaks, Mich. have been visiting pal building will be a special from 8 a.m. to.S: p.m. at the
Is writing they all
are reported services, In filling the pulpitat Miss Kathy Almond, At- jon High School In Jacksonville, Wolf has Injured her foot and Is Mrs. Perkins parents, exhibit of scenes of the Lake Masonic Hall. Persons with antiques -
doing nicely.David each service, providing mu- .lanta; Miss Nora Pierson, St. Johns River Junior Collegeand using crutches; Mrs. Helen Rev and Mrs. Milton Scripture Region painted by artists In or "Juntiue" are invitedto
Col.J and Mrs Nelson. Green Cove Springs Miss Tinman Is to undergo tests witha rent stalls and show their
. of sic, a youth choir and usher- ; Is now a senior at the of Lake Brooklyn. the Keystone-Melrose area a-
Former Keystoners, now Sheryl Bennett Charleston, Starke Physician Mrs. Admission free to brow-
University of Florida. ; Enroute, the Perkins visited bout 50 years ago. This free wares.
.Veslet Manor in Mandarin were ing.Paul Leino brought the morn- C.; and Miss Pam Hitch, Pal- The newlyweds will live In Marian Batchelder entered Ala- their Navy son and wife at the exhibit will be open daily from sers.
: isidng in Keystone last week Ing sermon on "Letting God atka. Miss Kim Bagley of Atlanta Gainesville where the bride- chua General Hospital In Naval Base in Pensacola. During 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. through JulyS HOP) Craft Classes In Ma-

nd lurched with Mr. and Mrs. Control Your Life",with scripture ,, was the flower girl. groom will attend the univer Gainesville last Thursday for their visit In Keystone,they but will be closed Sunday, crame', the art of creative
references from Romans. The attendants wore floor sity. tests and treatment and Mrs. made plans to build their retirement July 4. knotting, will be taught' In a

Zachery Andrews brought the ......,...........................__ _._u Gladys Haberstroh has been under home In the area of A KOP Holiday Food Sale series of six two-hour sessions -
evening message from the ":-::,::::: ::::;:; :;m:;:;K; ::;:.:;:.;.:.:_:<.. :_:;.'<<: ;:::::;;: w the weather for sometime. their parents' home.SERVICE will be held Saturday, July 3, Mondays and Thursdays,

S.E. MCKAY Plasma and Proverbs and his John Kersey Is the new Masterf starting at 9 a.m. at the Key- .Iuly 12 and.29 at the Woman's
4 topic was "Faith and TrustIn MEL ROSE By Olga Westmoreland ) Ceremonies for the Game stone Water Co. Club. UeKlsler''at';' the Art Show,

a REALTOR God". Phone 47 -1482 of the Club, since our faithful The KOP Golf Tournamentwill desk, or call ,:4734138. Fm-

Terry Whisenant served as .f:::::::::::::::::::: :::: :::: ; ::::1_.:::,:_':; :':':;: :_w ;.:;:.':::::::*:::;<<::: :::;:i.:::::::::: :::!::;:_"* )Xx:: ;::: wife member Ruth, Axel moved l Malmgren to Nashville, and start Wednesday, July 7, be brolderj is'Iven In instruction the afternoons.will also
organist Jill Johnson as assistant with tee-off times of 8
Hts. 473-4816 ; a.m.
K.yton. JUDO CLUB ACTIVE La., and his aunt and uncle, Term MENTSgt.
organist, and Nancy Club Mr. and Mrs. of and 3 p.m. The 18-hole blind SWIM
The Melrose Judo parti- Sidney Menge The next meeting of the Club PitO(11ilhe II
.. Cannon as pianist. cipated in the Orlando Invita- Gainesville partners tournament Is opento I annual Swim Programwill
HOMES-ACREAGES will be the Covered Dish Lunch
In the .Sunday School! Mark, tional Judo Tournament at the Duplicate Bridge Winners, Robert L. Cooper, son men, women, and juniors. be conducted by qualified
8 12:30
I ,iKitchlsorf eon meeting on July at
RENTALS ,,,?rved as General Orlando Naval Station, Saturday Tuesday 15First place, Mrs. p.rn. In Lions Club. Mrs. Vera of Mr. and Mrs.> C.C. Cooper, Anyone living or visiting in 'I( \ Instructors from I to

' ASSOCIATES Sunday Reed School served Director.General lebrbie June 19. Danny fish wona Ray Becker and Mrs. Phil Kro- Lambing, 2nd Vice Presidentand graduated Tuesday, June from the Lake Region with an established Is 3 p.m., July 5-9, and .July

as silver medal for second placeIn ner. Second place, Mrs. Roland Program Chairman, will Auburn University; with a B.S. 18-hole handicap .. '2In.fyemof/;.
Mr* Melon 47J-474V Secretary.
llg.n the six year old class. Eddie Bryan and Mrs. C.V. Home. have charge of the program. degree In Electrical Engineering. -
Tonla PIckren served as
Cot. J. Chcxlnglon 473-4679 Macdonal won a bronze medal Third place, Mrs. Donald Aska President, Mrs. Marian Dris- .
Youth I Director and the tea-
L. J. Robinson' 475.1035Poocho' for third place In the nine year and Mrs. Frank Wood. Fourth coil will announce the appointment T/Sgt. Cooper Is a member
C.rr 473-40JH chers Margaret Geogha-
were class and Steve Ross won a place Mrs. W.J. Grolicir and of the 1st Vice Presidentto of Eta Kappa Nu. Electrical
for the Girls Class and
gan bronze medal in the 12 year Mrs. S.P. Sashoff. fill the unexpired term of Engineering Honorary Society,
Cannon for
Neal Boys.
Henderson served old class. Scott Bass, Jack. Thursday Winners, June 24- Mrs. Mary Wilcox, resigned. Tau Beta PI, General Engin Bryson City
Youth Lynn n Director with her tea-as Bass Ronald Graham and First place, Mr. and Mrs.Ray- Some members were a bit eering Honorary Society, and North CarolinaSpend
: chers being Jo Johnson for the Larry Sampsell also were In mond Starnes. Second place, alarmed In reading last weeks Is also a member of, the Institute -
the tournament. Adults accom- Mr. an d Mrs. W.J. Grollck. Bradford Hospital admittances, of Electrical and Elect-
Sr. Girls; Sandy Combass, Jr. paning the Judo club were, Mrs. Third place, Mr. and Mrs. A, to see the name of Lester ronics Engineers Association.
.th Girls; Rob Dazey, Sr. Boys; Mildred Spires, Mrs.Rose Fish V. Bannister. Fourth place, Mr. Sheets. He went for tests ear- lie will enter O.T.S. at Lack- .
and Jack Funderburk, Jr.Boys. your vacation in rustic flrg.int-r II t hjitUufi.Vt'1 I 1 H\
JULY and George Bass. There are and Mrs. Al BachmaM.MANNWILUAMS lier In the week, and on Game land A.F Base, San Antonio,
Director of the Adult Dept. ,,.,
EMONT INN in the heart of( the ("rct "Smoktfy"S1o\int
openings in the club for all Day he went to Lake City to Texas June 21 and will be commissioned -
was Jo Johnson with and Jill Pianist John- ages If anyone Is Interested In bring some of his grand- Second Lt, on Sept. Ten m minutes to Chrrokn I i I Jmlian Kc.1 ,..itioh, hnti mitilimr.
son as Secretary becoming member. Deletta Mae Williams of IS. After which time he will ." .. .
the a chidren for a visit. drama, "Unto these Ihlts sp iri.nis rooms, l 1',01. 1 I. nni' -
with following teaching .
: T.A. (Tommy) Provost., Jr. Interlachen and Walter H. Mann return to Auburn Universityon
Larry Carroll In the homemaker's Court, Rerrr.Uiofi hull. ( m<'c' tiul,. ".III trips. "'up i rli
I&Votors graduated from the University; of Melrose were married Fri- COMMUNITY! CHURCHAt Sept. 18 to begin work for .
Class; Pam Anthony, of Florida, June ll, lie earned day, June 18, at 4 p.m. The his Master's degree In Elect. mountain utsinr. IW<'IIII1j, ( <'nt<"rt,iinn,, \H\ .irrff'ill 10.1111111"}

Gleaner's Dorcas Class; Class Catharine Mark his Bachelor of Science degreein ceremony was performed in the Morning Worship Ser- rical Engineering.He and hnr ..b..Lk riding, IIc'Mh> I .un. ."j (. 11I"| I 'in MoJi.."( r..II"'.
Neylans, Business Administration, and St. John's Catholic Church at vice on Sunday, June 27, the Is married to the former ,, .. .
Wilson, Men's Class; Bryan Open ?May JO through' I loll '.1 I. >n t I..r int"rm'itu, >ii il>"titthr '
was one of six In this fieldto Interlachen. The wedding reception guests soloists were Mr. Car- Miss Judy Beck of Indlana-
Stanley, Andrew's Class; and graduate with high honors. was at the home of inn that priori'ss leu l \1ml. I tnt.' '. f HI I I111'( ) I
21 North Adults son and Norma Roberts of West- oplls, Ind. and they have three
Highway Lynn Nordon, Young He has been officially Initiated Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Quinby of minster Presbyterian Church, daugnzers.IA Bryion ( tty, \ < JH-Mi ,

Keystone Heights Class. Into the Honor Society, Phi Interlachen. Mrs. Quinby was Jacksonville. They rendered a .
Serving as Ushers were Ro- A A A A A A a a A A S S S S S A A -
Phi member of this matron of honor and Mr. Quin-
Phone 473-4400 Kappa lovely duet.Members. *
bin Henderson, Mark Jordan i rr* r* rr\ rr\ r* r\ rr rr* rr r* W
society are chosen from the. by served as best man. and visitors are
Arnold Reed and Jimmy Andrews upper 10% of graduating sen Following the reception, Mr. reminded that services in the !

66 COMET4poor iors. After graduation, a reception and Mrs. Mann left for a wedding interest of Youth are held every
was held at the home trip to Daytona. They planan Sunday evening from 7 to 8 'Our
Sedan of Mr. and Mrs. Prevost to extended trip to Virginia, p.m. Members of the Junior Country Day'Keystone
Xtra Clean-With Air WE WON'T MISS all the celebrate this occasion. Fifty-; Massachusetts and Michigan In High School Fellowship were to
cowboys, young lovers and one relatives and friends at the near future after which they have a Cook-Out at their lead- I
.. black-eyed folks of the cigarette tended. Out of town guests were will reside In Interlachen. ers' home, Mr. and Mrs. Robert << -
$995 commercials too much. Mr. and Mrs. T.A. Prevost; Lake Swan was the setting Eklund.

But we hope they'll write Sr., Tommy a sister and bro for the annual picnic of the Wednesday evenings, Bible
from time to time to let us ther-in-law, Sidney and Beverly Florida Farm Bureau employees. Study with Pastor McCord at Beach

66 MERCURY know how they are. Walter,. of New Orleans, Royce Chesser, Chair- 7:30 p.m. July 1stat 7:30: p.m.,
man of the Employee's Council Board of Stewarts Meeting.
m 4-Door Sedan. was In charee of the all
day affair Employees and families PERSONALSMrs. _
Radjo' Heater, Auto. attending numbered around A.F. Crosby, former

Tra !s., Power! Steering four hundred. Persons of all Keystoner, has made an extended : Saturday
Poer ages enjoyed the boating, water visit in Keystone as
Brakes skiing. and swimming in Lake house guest of Mrs. lIabel "
Rosa, or Just sitting In the Husbands and Mrs. Olive Stevens -

shade conversing with one a- her former neighbor and July3rd
$795 nother. At noon a complete long time friend, when their I
lunch was served featuring homes were next door to each
fried shrimp. At 2 p.rri. the other on Lake Geneva. In 1963,
"Country Fair"began and"The Jack and Marie moved to Kis-
|68 FORDCustom Stone Fence" combo pleasedthe slssmee, their former home.

audience with their musical Due to Mr. Crosby's health,
4-Dr. Sedan renditions. Members of this they moved to Jacksonville to

2-JTone talented group are Ivan Balle- be near their son John and fam
Paint, fadio, yan, Charles Bailey, John McLaughlin ily. John Crosby's sudden death EJLJEy

Heater, Auto. Trans., and David Sloane. and Mr. Crosby's Illness and

Wfute( Side Walls The Miss Congeniality; trophy ultimate passing about a month
and title was awarded to Miss ago, Marie Is returning to C
iH95 Judy Deep, switchboard opera- Klsslssmee as her permanent I- 3
tor Mrs. Lorraine Ellis of residence.It .

the claims department first was a great pleasure for 5:00 P.M. TO 7:00: P.M.
runner-up and Mrs. Betty; My. Francis and Helen Egan to have

167 FORD PAY YOUR BILLS FROM HOME rick was second runner-up, Marie Join them for dinner Benefit Annual Swim Program *
both those ladles received trophies last Friday evening. Many familiar

;.T.D. LOADED too. After the trophy awards faces, Marie said she has $1.50 ADULTS $1.00 CHILDREN *
I. For busy housewives end tired bustaeumea' the the children present were missed, for those Interveningyear --

1I295 ideal way to pay bills without standing in Joe given their surprises, those have taken a toll, on the
were brightly colored sand pall retirees of yester year.
or making extra trips-is to pay by'check. Opa with shovels for the young ones Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Vance : SKISHOW4-5:30p.m.

your checking account DO"'i' ; make your deposits and the older children received I&IId three daughters are visit-

r3 BUICKEl by nail "JOU'Jib.KEYSTONE. Frisbees, which were Immedia lac and vacationing with Mr.
>> tely opened and MUed mail Vance's mother Mrs. Augh- .c 1 '

Power directions try Vance. :Their home Is In Boat Parade
Brakes These surprises were promised Washington'Pa.Mr. :
Steering, Power the kiddles If they would and Mrs. L.N. PlckettMr.
Trans. Radio, bring their to
Au4. parents the pic
ieiter Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Height, Fla. nic.. and Mrs. Jon C. Evans 68AA3Jrfr

I feel save In reporting that and children are visiting Mr.
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
L all members of the Farm Bureau Evans' aunt and uncle, Mr.
$495 Community. went home with happy me- and Mrs. A.C. Spires, whlJe **** **
mories of a One day. enroute to North Carolina.

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A. JONES itf
Electrical Contractor ----- M O- --

Retldentlol) And X. A -

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Commercial __. _

FREE ESTIMATEOn FOR SALE: 3 bedroom com A.J. Thomas. Registered Real
CLASSIFIED AD RATES I pletely fur. house-- FOR SALE
( Any Job)', MARY Pantfe LEW'S 610 W. Adklns St. Sai)i price Estate Broker, Specializing '
Minimum Chare .... .1.71 Hose All Brick -Homes Appraisals for Estates Individuals
$7,000, financing can b& ar and Corporate Owners.
Guarantee Work To Be Done (Covers 11 word) Best Grade WELDING SHOP ranged. Call Bill Powell Bro- We Build Any Price Also general real estate bus-

By National Electric! .Code Each word ever 15-7. CARTER Any Size Color ker. 964-6464 or 964- 810. Home Anywhere In Fla. loess Thirty; Years experience
Any Whispering Pines JUp- tfchg matters. Tel.
Ste Extra Charge/ not WE ARRANGE ALL
InFlori Stare
I Promise To Be Fair And tel US 301 S. Phone Florida tfchg
Honear With Fveryone. paid In advanceCLASSIFIED PAINTS $3 Pali No. 964.8252 ..::::.-.=: Low
Down Payment
:=.::. FOR SALE2 acres of land
DISPLAY $2 Pair No. UTILITY TRAILERS .' to":.::: y Over a Hundred Designs on 325, about 3 miles from
Trailer Service Poles $1.10 Per Inch SAME $1 Pair No. CUSTOM\ BUILT OHN ILL OM[ Tcj Choose From Hampton, small house, lot lumber

Service Coils $5.00 MemorIal. Keeolvtlone GAS AND ELECTRIC MERRILLCONSTRUCTION new deep well with pump.

CALL 468.11067/11I PI Proclamations, eta -7. wore! 2 Pair'for $1 Yes WELDING BRAZING CO.Ore out building, trees and
shrubbery. Turn left on side
PRICE SHEET METAL ---- 3 Miles) North of Starke
CARDS OF THANKS HOUSE OF MILO road, third place. $2,500 Cash.
NH 10 word or lees ....../." .TRAILER HITCHES BEAUTIFUL Scaly Mattress& on U.S.301 David E. Crow, P.O. Box 388,
I .v Lowtey INSTALLED springs. Innerspring and foam. Phone 961.8521 Starke, Fla. 32091. c/o Mr. &
Each word ever 10-7. AS tfchg Regular price, $99.95 set This Starke., Fla. tf Mrs. Joseph McClellan.
week, $59.95 with trade-in at I Itp.

Dahmer'a Discount. tfchg .
Jacksonville -- FOR RENT:Unfurnished.2 bed-
DALMATION- year old,female NOTICEStarke
JIMMY MOORE'SSUN room Duplex also furnished a-
registered! all shota. A Hole In Your &ofII BARRETT partments. W.ll. Nollman.
Nice disposition. Phone 533- 102 E. BROWNLEE and Keystone SPORTS I tchg.

2801 I tp. Or A Heights area Customers
Water Condition- MOORE BOAT FOR FOR RENTUnfurnished 2 or
'Tractor FOR SALE, price: John$100.00 Deer Con-Cub WHOLENEW Hastings Mattressand ins: and Pump Co. YOUR MONEY 3 borhood.bedroom Contact houses In Merritt good neigh Williams. -

tact Elwood Padgett Rt. 2, Box Upholstery 130 Court Street Starke Ph. 984-5701 964-5391 or 964-7788.
179F, Bayless Highway.
DATSUNGAINESVILLE 2 7/8 '7iO Rt. Johns" Are.PALATKA Phone 9645832PLUMBING Complete Outboard aStern

& J Roofing Co. Drive Service and USED 10' by 60 3 bedroom
FOR SALE: 20 acres of land FiberMobile home. Olln's Mobile
'and home. Partly furnished. Repair. Complete Homes Sales, Starke, Fla.tfchg
Bessie Crews, Rt. 2 Box 68 made to your Phone 964-8778 Is Open AgainFURNITURE Water Conditioner glass I Repair. Custom-

4300 N. W. 13th St. 'Starke, Fla. 2 tchg. Hlwajr 301 Sooth and Pumps built Fiberglass Fishing ,
individual hearing :
372:4226 : 7/8/71. WELL DRILLING Boats.

115 S. E. 2nd St. HOUSE TRAILER for rent.Real requirements at no HOUSE PAINTINGReason- Repaired ReupholsteredNEW Refinished Sale. and Rental!

1 nice, Grlffls Loop, call 964- additional coil. able. Interior, exterior. Hourly -
?J Repair Department Carrier
.. .. 8245 or 964-5690. or by contract. First class MATTRESSES WATER FRONT LOTS
ALL MAKE HEARING workmanship guaranteed. Con- 24 Hour Service FOR SALE
FOR SALE:1965 Rambler 4 door tact Lonnie Roberta, Ralford. FREE ESTIMATES On Crosby Lake and Crosby Room Air Conditioners
sedan with economy 6 cylinder AIDS REPAIRED Weekdays 7 a.m. 4:30: p.m. Call Collect 328-2144 Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet Touch Control Comfort Center
$68 to $88 engine. Power brakes and air Phone 4311126. Nights and YARD MOWING done. Phone wide, 8 feet deep) Located on a Two or Three Speed Cooling
Per Month conditioning.: Good condition & iAINESVILLE HEARING! weekends, phone 4311768. 9646116. 1 tp. State Road 100, 3 miles West a neaibleAir' Flow Control
good tires. 964-5390, 426N. AID 4tchg 714COMPLETE of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vaca- e Automatic EvcnTempThermostat
CO. FOR SALE tion cottage, mobile home or '
Walnut Street. ll.G.1101- : Ranch style brick ,
NO DOWNPAYMENT linger. 1137 N. W. 23rd A".. JANITORIAL Service SEWINGMACHINE home, 3 bedroom, 2 baths. Investment. $200 0 a1r.lIrle Corrosion ReSistant Washable Casings Filter
Prices.start at$1.295.00,
I Carpets shampooed Pinebreeze subdivision. Call
tp. e Models lor Special'Windows
In..vlll., Florida 32601 house traIlors, windows 964-6011. 1 tpEXPERIENCED down and $35.00 month for 36

Phone 376-0095 washed, floors scrubbed.Phonu months (8 1/2 % simple Inter- ;as:) low as
PLUMBING 9645771. Boyd Service tfchg BABY sitter eat, ). .
(ON YOUR LOT) available. Mrs. Mickey John- Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 9 $11900p.m.
Sales and Service
WANTED TO BUY- 5-to-15 a- weekdays. tf
CONTRACTORNew MEN WANTED for training In son. (teacher). Phone 964-8926. ;
3 & 4 Bedroom cre tract on 301 or 100, near PFAFF NECCIH I tp p
highway construction work as LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf
Starke. Also rental property, New HomeUniversal
I1'! and 2 Baths ConstructionAnd $5,000 to $8,000 price range, equipment operators, pipe lay- & Country Club, ready for SLADE GAS -
Phone 964- ers, etc., under Equal Employ- building on or for Investment.
Repairs In or near Starke. PIANO IN STORAGE: Beau
Moderate\ Income f fa no 7361. FO.T: SALE: 7-1/2 IIP ment Opportunity Program. $49:50 up ful Console stored locally. Reported Lota area approximately 1/2 and
Max Appliances
longer/ n problem If :you McGill Wizard, like new, $75. 14 ft. $1.60 Adklnson per, Marlon hour. Apply Construction Parts & Repairs! on like new. Responsible acre and larger. Paved roads
boat & trailer, $175. tfchg all other Make Ma- party; can take a big saving on only 3 minutes from town.
less than 130.00
earn Plumbing Co. Company yard, 2 miles east low payment balance. Write Prices start at $1295.00. $200 332 W. toiisonGaineaville; : :
n week you may qualify of Lawtey on SR-225, 7'a.m. chines.NATIONAL. : down and $35.00 month.
8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand Gulf Coast Piano Co., Box 667, per
for this program.. Melrose, Fla. 475.1691 cleaned at Dahmors Discount Equal to 5 p.m.Employment, Monday-Friday.Opportunity An Panama City, Fla. 32401. Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

fast service tfchg 1 tp. tfchg
Call: 96441337 Employer. 4 tp 7/8 611 W. Univ. Av.. .

WANTEDMaid at Come To-Rena after STOCK HOGS for sale or trade. .SWEET CORN $1.50 per bushel. Gainesville, Florida INSUBAKCB O.C. Carnes Nursery ,
Motel. Good pay. 378-1355
CROWN Raiford, Fla. Rd. 16 at Rd. 121. also other vegetables. David MarinoCobla
3 p.m. tfchg Phone 431-1881. tfchg AT REDUCED LTEsAUTO. Thousands of Plants
Walnwright Farm. State Rd. FHUE. BOAT Trees, Shade Trees, Cobia Boot
16, 2 miles East of Starke.
BUILDERS FOR liE NT- Mountain Cottage, 3 Bed Rooms 2-1/2 Baths Phone 9647835. 3 tchg. 7/1 DOYLE'E.CONNERINSURANCE AGENCY: : Evergreens, Camellias, Johnson Motors
$45 week,completely furnished. PUMPSNEW (Azaleas, Roses '
Weeks available In July, August home y SPECIALALL -
In this 2400 Meet In cans PUnt AnytimeLANDSCAPING
-- mondson.and September.Star Route R.E.Box Ed-49, sq ft., with Cent. air and heat. NO GIMMICKS AND USED FOR RENT12' wide, 2 bedroom NEW SKI RIG

N.C. Don't miss this one if you trailer outside city. SJ Ml. 8E. of Starke, IN
Mountain 28711 1971'fl Hwy. Cobio
Black 15' Bow Rider
are In the market for a large SALES limits, J.B. White, 964-6114, If
((704)) 669-6861. tfchg tlorahome159-!165
Phone 12' x I; 60'
home and grounds. Terms.A.J. PARTS no answer call 9648647. 50 H.P JOHNSON
Thomas, Realtor. Tel.964-5701 2
Bedrooms 795 SERVICE Gotor Trailer
CARL BEGGS Deep and Shallow Wells
''ONE PORTABLE Magnavox Water Store MODERN MASONRY All For
Gulf Service for 3 Bedroom$ Softeners and BUILDING $1 99S
'color TV with stand half Clothes '
3 895 FillersPlumbing Western &Work Plus Tax
3600 Sq.
USED PARTS 'price and one Motorola Quas- Furnished
Boots & Stetson Hats A<5 Office AJacent
tor TV color set. Just take Including
'S''.. Frleee for Wrecked Care See Lynn HamiltonBefore
payments at Dahmer's Discount Veteran's Loan Supplies Saddles Tack Veterinarian To RyRy Ramp for Truck
U Hour Wrecker Service Term You Buy
tfchg SuppliesMon. ZlfcOnff $18.500 -
Fuel Oil Bank Flnaneln.Olin's EXPERT SERVICE ON Wed.. 8 to 6 CALL 1030 E. University Av.
Thursday 8-13:" BILL
Vied Car GainesvilleWELDING
Mcblle: Home PHONE 961.7061DURRANCE 7 .
Frl. Sat. 8 to
hwy. 101 N. WsUe BROKER
Sales Main St. Lake Butler' .
OM-4464 -
4O199ISr.WING 9646810tfcni
< .
Starke FIa. 100 West Phcne: 496-6041

: MCIII'ECleaned.oiled 12' x 60' Repossessed Mobile

and adjusted in your TYPES Home already financed take up 21 INCH ADMIRAL color filler BrownVolkswagen Glass
home, $5.00.acumn cleaner UPHOLSTERYCABINETWORK payments. Olln's Mobile Home used) TV with new picture
All work guaranteed. Sales 100 W. -
repairs also. tfchg Dahmer's For -
tube. Discount tf.
Dennis E. Coggins, Phone Wrought Iron, Porch And
\I Expert Reproduction chg
Iereejes-li'nz 1 431-1428 tfchg AH CARS and TRUCKS Patio, Post And Rail

,UTIIOKIZKI)' ) WATSON'S C. E. JACKSON We FOR SALE- story house, 4 Installed tVhile-U-Walt Built Aquarium Stands, ,

1\\FILES: 1313 W. Madison Starke bedrooms 2 baths, central heat Custom Vinyl Auto Tops. Garbage Can Racks, Mail
; SERVICEGAINESVILLE. IIOCSE OF VACUUMS] and air-conditioned,wall to wall fiihlll.Box Stands, Custom
Many brands of new vacuums carpeting. Phone 964-8835. New. *. Vttt I/) 1017 N. Main Cattle Rock For
Sales Service
$39.00 up. Used machines from RELAX AND UNWIND with gentle Repair tfchg \WI Pickup, Mobile HomeR
all makes.
$10. Expert Repairs
and sale Go-Tense tablets I ML North of Tin Mall Metal Steps.
4300 Pafta.and Accessories for all. Only aw,
U.S. Hwy. 441' vacuums. Built In Central vac- 71INTERSTATE Andrew. Pharmacy'5tp FIRST TIME OFFEREDOne GAINESVILLECLASP

372.4226 umn cleaning systems.376-7110 712 N. TYPEWRITERS of the nicer home {pi Super Test Station
Main Gainesville
starts 3 B-R Central Ilea 964-9959
115 S.E. 2nd or
St. Refills MOBILE Home kid Air, Carpet. Many E* HOMES .
BIC PENS. Ball -
378.2311 .- Bradford County Tele- moving In Fla. Call 964-5600.tfchg. Bradford County Telegraph. !nI.; 19.950 only.- Shown tar APpOJtbnent sizes.Bradford ENVELOPES County, Tele-all

graph. CALLBILL graph. FOR


Let Us Make Your Rug Like New M4-MM ,,"-SSI0 than Owner SACRIFICE will take FOR much CASH-less YOUR LOT PROFITOPPORTUNITY

tre>oWE appraised value for this
newly reconditioned 4 bedroomor *
( 3 Br and family room) 3,500IBM
with the Greatest Breakthroughin REPAIR and sell nearly home. Nearly new roof, new LOCATION
needle made for any STARKE. FLA.
every paint In and out, best vinyl
brand stereo regardless of age. floor In kitchen and bath. U.S. 301
Carpet Cleaning in 50 years! Also the long play records at Hardwood floors like new.Huge SO FT.
$1 off regular price at Dah- living room with fireplace, OF
mer's Discount tfchg large eat In kitchen. Fenced
back yard. Priced for quick WE OFFER
FOR RENT: 2 air conditioned sale. Call 964-6575. 4tchg .
OLD NEW cottages Kingsley Lake. Call 7/1 3 Boy 2 Lifts
after 6 p.m. Phone 533-2366.

COMMERCIAL 20 % ress wanted, no experience ne- ':Salary Plus Expense
cessary. No phone calls, apply
AND Takhig.; application foe In person.. tfchg SLADE 'During Management" School
RESIDENTIAL Highest Octane

._ OFF FHA 235 SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic Gesellne; Available.

Letters, all sizes,colors Per: HOME
Thit old scrubbing method harms For a Limited Time New Brick 3 and .4 manent, for use on wood glass,

carpet damagei te>ture and impacts 1))Steam -Solution Bedroom Homes plastic, paper, metal, leather,
toil deep Inside the carpet while deceivingly The Deepclean System Introduces A PrincipleThat intide ol the carpel. lurae* to t the Can for Details ANYTHING! Bradford Couity; SERVICES LET US EXPLAIN
"polnhmg" the Telegraph tt-
top temporarily. For Th. First Time Thoroughly Cleans 2)) Steam Solution and toil Is Initontly Low Down Payment THE FACTS,TO YOU
extracted horn the bah
Carpet On Th. Floor For The First Time tom up-and out.- aDd Moderate Monthly ForlnfopnatinCd l AND YOUR WIFE! ,

Free Estimates Eliminates Damaging, Distorting Scrubbing 3)) Nosoilnmolnsinsd.sh.car.. ( Payment IF WE DON'T HATE: R' Jttkwmrllle

Action pet to flex to,the.rfac. LONGCHAMP HOMES _'0 set N M. ,'_ wiles, CoBeet CALL COLLECTSUN

...... NU Supplies, ran_ '_ Eetmw. 7B1-5
"You Have To See It To Believe It" _i MX seats girlie OIL CO.

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SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic &t

Letters, all sizes,colors Permanent
LOCAL REFERENCED PHONE 372-0500 for use on wood,glass, NOW
MRS. H. G. BOLLINGER ANYTINGBradford leather erwrlN P.O. Boa 14

(after 5 p.m. call 376-8804)) Telegraph. County tf 24 HOUR SERVICE PHON E 96..8808 tit p J v 11. Pl .F

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