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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ditor's report of

Drug CountsTen $20,000 In delin-

quent utility payments -

t4 the Starke
i persons pleaded not guilty to city council Tues-

drug charges when arraigned Monday day pressed hardat

during Circuit Court Docket Day with Clerk Merrill

Judge George L. Patten presiding, and
Edwards for
an ex-
11' trials were set. planatlrOnly

The 10 are: Waldo Chief
Henry Erlah Wagner, char- definite action taken,
ged with Illegal possession however, was separating the
of a central nervous system Suing City Job of cutting off service on
Straight-A', .. students for the fifth ,'c-w.olel.at stimulant. delinquent accounts from me-
; Standing: Sonia Bigg, Sandra Tomlinson! Jency Wat- To Job
Keep ter readers who work under
BHS ore: Earl Wayne Murray, char-
Laura Thomas
con Connie Choltoon Donna
Pauly, Jim with unlawful Clerk Edwards and giving that
ged possession
Stated ((1-r): Harriet Faulknor, Steve Hall, Cindy Mitchell Prampton, Both Chapman, and Jun. Jarvl Not Shown: and delivery of cannabis fired James Waldo Huckeba, recently- duty to the Electric Depart-
Chief of Police
Jody Harper, Cindy Edward, CharU Blaloek. Bovorly Mong, Honry Pord, Grog RoddUh. (drugs). filed suit Monday against the, ment.
Auditor Ned Scott said that
1. Janice Parsons, Carlos Waldo City Council.
of April 30 there 258
Armstrong, and Douglas Har- as were
dy, each charged with Illegal The chief was tired by the utility accounts more than 30
18 Earn StraightA's At BHS possession and delivery of Council last Friday on a 3-2 days old. Included in that was
;
cannabis. vote, and Is asking the circuit 98 accounts unpaid after 60
David Wainwright, chargedon court to enter a tem- days, 28 accounts unpaid after

7 .... An elite group of 13 students "SENIORS British literature. of Starke. Miss Mitchell'ssubjects in physiology,Journalism:Latin two counts of Illegal pos- porary venting restraining the council order from pre dismissing 90 days, and 16 accounts which
session and
of
delivery cannabis had marked
been off
earned straight-A's at as un-
7f are humanities, physics I, geometry, and European him. He has been
Connie Chasteen daughterof Ford .
Bradford High School of some Henry son of Mr. collectible.
f 1,200 attending for the fifth Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chas- and Mrs. W. D. Ford of Law annual staff, speech, advanced Donna history. of Tommy Newman, chargedon Waldo police chief since 1967.
physical education and Pauly, daughter "There must be something
,
teen Ralford. Miss Chas- two of The council action
counts unlawful after
f" six-weeks which ended last pos- came -
British Mr. and Mrs. Obed Pauly of
tey.Cindy literature with water meters -
[ week. teon's academic courses are Mitchell, daughter of session of a central nervous Huckeba Is said to have wrong" your
Is enrolled In
Lawtey
Scott said he had ob-
gen-
art, humanities, biology I, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell Greg Reddish, son of isher- eral fiction world history system depressant and a count "disappeared" for ten days, ,
Numerous accounts
served.
The fifth six-weeks honor each of without
iff and Mrs. Dolph Reddishof Illegal possession of apparently notifying
roll, those earning grades of Starke. biology n, scientific math, hallucinogenic drugs and unlawful the council He since declared have no monthly water meter
B or higher, numbered 97 Sandra Tomlinson, daughterof and art I. delivery of hallucino- that he went on vacation. reading and are simply being
students, about eight per cent Co. To Decide Mrs. Maggie Tomlinson of FRESHMEN genic drugs. Waldo Mayor W, D. Nicholson charged the minimum, the auditor -
of the student body. Eddie Hawkins the said.
Starke Miss Tomlinson takes charged two supports chief who "
Sonja Biggs, daughter of Mr. "Are meters being read?
sociology Journalism, teacher's counts of Illegal possession contends In his suit that the
and of Councilman Nell Tucker said.
Mrs. Bobby Biggs
Two students, sophomore aide, and library aide. and delivery of hallucinogenic council Is without lawful authority -
Jody Harper, daugher of Rev. Starke, takes civics, LatinI drugs. to fire Its chief of "It Is being worked on,"
and Mrs. George L. Harperof How Spend To JUNIORS geometry, biology I., and Marsha Kay Brooks, 23,unlawful police. According to Hucke- Clerk Edwards replied, add-
Starke; and freshman Lau- Eddie Blalock, son of Mr. vocabularycomposition.Cindy possession and delivery ba's petition, only the ma- ing that many meters are
ra Kay Thomas, daughter of and Mrs. Charles Blalock of Edwards, daughter of of hallucinogenic drugs. yor has this authority.A stuck or inoperable."I'm .
Mrs. Seleeta Thomas of Starke. Blalock is enrolledin Timothy Klrchalne, 22, unlawful
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwardsof trying togetitstraightened -
Starke, are the only two BHS hearing was held at 4p.m.
physiology American his- possession and deliveryof
KIngsley Lake, is enrolled before Circuit Judge John out if you'll bear with
students to maintain stralght- Federal FundsThe
humanities, Britist lit- hallucinogenic drugs.
A's for all five six weeks. tory in language usage, Span- Crews In Gainesville on Huc- me," Edwards said. He said
of the defendants
erature and Eight were
geometry. ish I Drama I and the situation can't be cor-
Six students, Connie Chasteen, biology arrested byBradfordSheriff'sduputles keba's request for a temporary -
Harriet Faulkner, Jency Wat- Steve Hall, son of Mr. and civics. res training order.Resultsof rected in a month. The clerk
son, Donna Pauly, Beth Chapman Bradford County Commissionwill Mrs. Rodney P. Hall of The- on warrants dating the hearing were not knownat pointed out that even City of
and Sonja Biggs have meet In special session at 10 a.m. ressa, takes drafting, chem- (S.. Pag 4)) (S.. Pogo 4)) press time. Starke utility bills, and thoseof

earned all-A's for four of Monday to discuss projects to be Included istry, debate, geometry, A- city employees list. are onScott's
the five six-weeks. merican history. delinquent
In Its report on present and future Harriet Faulkner, daughterof "I don't understand why

spending of federal revenue sharing Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Faulk- MarchDrop i Land Sales when an account Is two months
ner, Starke. Miss Faulkneris old, Its still got electricity,"
Company D funds.The a DCT student working In Tucker said.

board must make its this project. the office of Tax CollectorJ.
Wins AwardsCAMP report to the U. S. Treasury R. Kelly. She is also enrolled Some delinquent accountsare
Several months ago Mrs. in American cut off because they are
Department, Office of Revenue Historyand
B LANDIN GFLA., Sharing, by June 20. Arlin McKnIght, director of English. To $273,750 not current Edwards said.
May 12--Starke's National county nurses, told the board James Frampton, son of Mr. But added that his office got
Guard unit won two battalion Projects that have been ten- that the building is in need and Mrs. C. S, Frampton of behind on billing when having
awards here Friday during tatively discussed for Inclus- of maintenance, and showeda Starke. He is enrolled in A- trouble with the bookkeeping
ceremonies surrounding the ion in the program are a sketch of various altera- merican History, band, data March land sales Jr. for $8,700.A for $16,000. machine. With the machine
end of annual training.Co proposed remodeling of the tions that should be made to processing, biology, British dropped to $273,750 froma parcel of land in section Lots 38 and 39 of Crosby down, records of payments
D, 53d Spt Bn of Starke County Health Department expedite full use of the fa- literature, and algebra II. high of $418,800 in Febru- 4-6-22 sold by Mr. and Mrs. Lake Inlet sold by Crosby cannot be transferred into it,
won the softball championshipfor building; a $1,000 appropriation June Jarvis, daughter of S. ary, according to stamps William George to Mr. and Lake Estates to Mr. and he said.
the 53d 1 for the Bradford County affixed to deeds filed R White of Edwards said Wednesday
Infantry Brigadeand B. Jarvis of Starke, Is a in Mrs. James Mrs. Merritt of Jacksonvillefor
Historical Commission Boardof morning that a new accounts
also had the best area cilities.Hampton DCT for State the county Clerk's office. WllUston for 11500. $2,000.
student working
1. Trustees for use In estab- receivable list Just completed -
in the 53d Support Battalion A of land In Twenty acres In sec. 25-
of parcel sec.
Farm Insurance Starke. January saw the lowest shows
lishing and maintaining the only $7,500 owed.
Awards. old county courthouse as a She also is enrolled In American this year with a total of 22-6-22:! in Starke sold by 5-22 sold by Sarasota Bank He said when Scott checkedthe
Platoon sergeant Willie E. History and English. $187,243. J.D. Erwin and R. C. Pol- and Trust Company to Mr.
historical site; county road accounts the city was eightor
Green also given
was an bamus to Mr. and Mrs. William -
construction, and the purchaseof Watson daughter of Largest sum of money paid nine days behind in
ShootingIs
award for his 26 years in Jency James Lee of Starke (S.. Page 5)) postIng -
the Guard. Sg. Green plans some needed equipment Mr and Mrs. W. R. Watsonof for land in March was whena due to the machine beIng -
parcel of section 11622was
Miss Watson's down.
to retire this year. The Commission has already Hampton.
sold
by Mr. and Mrs.
FatalA courses are chemistry, physics But Scott gave the council
received $174,485 In
Q debate, A- Joseph Wllllford to Raymond
Spanish Council Reinstates the
Tuesday night $20OOOtig-
revenue sharing funds representing merican History, and Eng- H. Norton for 30000.

e-.t-I + payments for the year Hampton man, Samuel lish. She is also a finalistin Another transaction was ure.Edwards said he coulr we
1972 and the first of
o ..- -:/ ." quarter Clark, 23, was shot to death Electric's student tour
when
,.., ,:.- 1973. Three more quarterly Clay lots six and seven Reno Juke LicenseFaced turned the city's own ac its
.... of Sunday morning on the porch contest. of the Livingston, Trubyand
E".f payments $41,164 Of the are total ex- of his home during a Company Addition to the Townof off."I would have," Tucker

received date year., only $18,200has cussion" with neighbors. SOPHOMORESBeth Starke was sold by Mr. with a petition bear- can't go up and down the replied
been spent. representinga Charged with first degree Chapman, daughter of and Mrs. Carl L. Johns to ing some 225 names asking street keeping people from "I'll be glad to give you
$16,000 sum divided murder In the shooting is Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Chapman Percy Rosenbloom of Jack- that John Perkins place In being killed." the job!" Edwards answered,
the county and city fire among departments Ellsha Plttman, 42, also of of Ralford. Miss Chapman's sonville for $27,000.Transactions Reno be reopened, the Starke At that point a lengthy discussion pointing out much time is
y in Bradford County Hampton. Pittman is being courses are Latin n, geome- of over $1,000 City Council Tuesday night ensued during which required and that he has had
and $2,200 to CUBB Eco- held In the Bradford County try, biology I. world history, and over in March were: reversed its May 1 actionof the council sought assurances trouble keeping meter read-
nomic Agency which needed Jail with no bond set.During and library aide A parcel of land on Samp- lifting Perkins license. from Perkins that if the ers on the Job.
operating funds when federal Jody Harper, daughter of son Lake sold by Mr. and On the complaint of seven license was granted again the One meter reader is off
the
SpringBand monies were cut off. course of an Rev. and Mrs. George L.Harper Mrs. Lloyd G. Edwards to Reno residents on May 1 the Juke would be operated in an due to illness In his family. -
the
with argument two men, along of Starke, Is enrolled Mr. and Mrs. Rufus E. Miles, council voted to lift Perkins' orderly manner. The other simply had
It has been reported to the two companions, went retail business license and not been reporting to work
,
ConcertHear to PIttman's trailer home Sun- Perkins, answering quest-
Commission that the health
day about 8:30: a.m. PIttman In New closed the Juke at the cornerof Ions from councilmen, said the clerk said.
department building is in need Fish Kills RiverAn
left Clark standing on the North and Oak Streets he had been arrested several Tucker said he had gotten
of repairs and remodelling porch of his mobile home but cited the The residents made the com- times for selling moonshine, "a report like this a year
for greater efficiency of o- investigation has been possibility that
The BUS BandIn after kill- I didn't
plaint a man was ago. say anything because -
hasnf sold In three
but
went Inside
got a rifle, then they might have been due any
to
peration, but no specific a- launched into recent fish kills ed and I
Concert another wounded in He said police had thought It would be
out and shot
came Clark. pollution farther years.
mount has been estimated for In New River which flows upstream. a shoot out In that area of talked to him last summer corrected."
Tonight' 7:30 Clark was dead-on-arrival between the Union Correct- William Moyner of the Pollution Reno. about the loud noise and obscene "If I could run the whole
(Thursday, May 17)) Neighbors"Sure at Bradford County; Hospital ional Institutional (former Control Department's They said Perkins place language. city myself it would be
My at 9:05: a.m. Sunday. Plttman Ralford Prison) and Florida Jacksonville office planned to degrades the community, that Jim- done. ." the clerk replied.
BHS Auditorium was treated for a cut on hear State Prison (former East investigate the Incident but the Juke box plays too loud, Replying to Chairman The council should do something -
m sustained in a scuffle Unit). virtually ruled out the pris and that men urinate in the my McRae's statement that about the meter read-
c--, IImlft when he was disarmed at the The Florida Game FreshWater on's disposal plant as being streets in plain sight of neighboring noise seems-to Perkins be the said major that tag Councilman One Wiggins
scene. Fish Commission has .at fault. "Their sewage treat- homes. complaint, aid.
(OJummuntly a In a preliminary appearance reported two recent kills in ment plant U one of the bet- Tuesday night Carl Hale has been been the same closed.since his "Maybe we need to relievethe
-----.I- before Bradford County the river, and the matter was ter ones," he said poke in behalf of Perkins, place has city of that responsibility -
&tatt ,1Iank Judge Elate Sanders Mon- reported to Tallahassee and He added, however, that un- pointing out that Perkins The same residents on ," Tucker said.
I day morning. PIttman was advised the Department of Pollution treated effluent from the prison earns a living. Perkins also whose complaints Perkins'place "No! The
-_ -.. Up of Ms rights. The defendant Control. dairy farm could possibly poke in his own behalf: was closed May 1 were city hall is the
T. ...-M you can quote me. be at the Tuesday meeting. They focal of the entire operat on,"
waived
the right dan Raymond Massoy, superintendent a factor. This effluent "I don't see no reason why ,
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Edwards
'R Idd 0.-11 s-.y, JUlt don't me ray name or atlOme for the time be- of UCI, wu unable to tan cause oxygen dep.f S my tleenee should be revoked. did not change their stand. said. 1 .
an'thln.l.ald." 1Jw. explain the cause of the kills don he said. The man was killed MUM I CIH( P.|. 4)) tee Pege 4)) t l f ft it

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Befa Sigma Phi .Methodist TeensEntertained 58th Anniversary Birthday Party Luncheon For Mrs. Simchero Given/ I\

Installs New At Open House Set For Blaine Schmitt Recent; Bride !

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Slate Of OfficersBeta Charles Stmchero who
Spring BanquetA Schmitt gave a birthday party Mrs.
Saturday afternoon for her was married recently, was '".;9
The family and friends luncheon Satarday -
Elaine who celebrated honored at a
son.
Sigma FM. Gamma spring banquet for teens of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland his 8th birthday. at the home of Mrs. Ma-
Theta chapter, met May 14 was held Saturday night lathe Sullivan will honor them on The party was held In their mie Lou Edwards with Mrs.
at the hone of Mrs. Carl
Fellowship Hall of the their 58th wedding anniversary yard at 417 S. Cherry Street Ethel Holtzendorf as co-host- "
Johnson Keystone Heights.
First United Methodist with an open house decorated with
After a brief business meeting Church given by the ladle Friday evening May: 18, between which balloons was and crepe paper ess.Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Edwards
the following officers of the church. 7 and 9 o'clock. streamers and carried out furnished the flowers for the '>
were Installed: president, The 63 young people dinedat : The party will be heldat theme. occasion. The two luncheon
the Snoopy
Mrs. C. W. Slade; 'vice-pre table which the Sulllvaa borne in -
U-shaped
a enjoyed tables were centered with arrangements -
The 25 youngsters
sident. Mrs Wayne Wyna; held a garland of fern Inter ressa. red
with and refreshments of pompoms
prizes
extension: officer Mrs. W.H. spersed with yellow day. lilies Friends and relatives are games during the party and babies breath.
1 Johns recording! secretary, Centering the three Invited to attend between roses Miss Arthurine Blanchard
Mrs. Phillip Mchols corresponding I; hours.
:
; ; Mrs. tables were mass arrangements the appointed hours Mrs. Gary Coleman assisted of Lawtey assisted: In servingthe

Yerl Best; secretary treasurer Mrs. tel shades.of sweet Arrangements peas In pas- / 4bh ri In serving. 12 guests.

Charles Flynn; dlrector.Mrs. of day lilies and spring flowers Mr And Mrs. Dyal ,
Virginia Darby::
were also used on the
Out-going officers Mrs. buffet table and on the piano I To Observe 50th DRESS FACTORY
Harold Davis Mrs. C. H. f
Charles Hall served! as
BeffyJoSapp Slade, Mrs. Carl Johnson, master of ceremonies for i! \ 1upinhji AnniversaryMr. '"
Mrs. Charles Flynn Mrs. the which featured
program
To Wed Mr. Shan +
W ayne Wynn and Mrs. WayneDcnahoo the "Under: The Son Group". and Mrs. Irvin Dyal REMNANTSALE
On June 30thMr. were honored with Bob Edwards, Don: Hardy of Graham will celebrate
awards for excellent work. MIke Hanks, and David Jor- i their Golden Wedding Anniversary -
The next meeting will be dan. This group recently sk on Sunday. May 20
and Mrs. Junes S.Sapp held May 23 at the home returned from Nashville \1)) with a reception at their home :
announce the engagement and of Mrs. Grady Overstreetat \ from 2:30 to 4:30 pjn. All .
Tenn. where they made
approaching marriage of their 7:15 for refreshments before friends and relatives are
daughter. Betty Jo to Don R. the meeting.McGeeWhitehead. a record which will be out + Invited to attend.
Sloan, son at the late Mr. and ....... around June 1. Boa Mr. and Mrs. Dyal '1;
Mrs. James 1... Sloan of *es- Y rte Also featured on the program tIr21 were born and reared In
was a demonstratktaof
ley Ariu the Graham-Brooker area.
The wedding will take place Karate and Judo by Gary
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Mrs. Dyal Is the former 19th
June 30 at 7 pjru at the Evergreen Wheeler and his brother.Dick Weds Aftea Lewis SATURDAY, MAY
Dorothy Cubbedge
Hardy
Baptist Church In Law- I Wheeler. Mrs. Randy; New-

1y. land also entertained the Mr Jones In Home CeremonyMrs. 7:30 A.M. TILL NOON ONLY -
with several contests :
Miss Sapp Is a 1968 graduate group
and relays. Mrs. Callle Buller spent
ofUF
of BHS and graduate
ton.
In 19'::. She Is now staff! Mrs. Drew Reddish chaIr- Dorothy Hardy Cubledge Following a wedding tripto several days with her SOD C.M.T.Factory
of Santa Fe Lake, Macclenny
nurse at Alachua General Hospital man", and her committee served Key West the couple Is and family Mr. and :Mrs. .
daughter of DoMglas P. Har-
as hostesses. Robert R, Haag. in Warner
in Gainesville residing at Santa Fe Lake.
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dy of Starke and the late
Mr. Sloan Is presently attending t, Mrs. Doris Hardy becamethe The bride Is a 1962 grad- Robins, Ga. Mr. Haag has
the University; of uate of BUS and Is employedat retired after 20 years' service -
Business Women bride of Roger Jones of
Florida. National Protein. Inc. at In the US Mr Force.
Keystone Heights son of Mrs. 30 Barber Rd.
AU friends and relativesare Hampton. While there Mrs. Boiler toured -
Install OfficersMiss
Stella Jones of Jamestown.TeD1' ,
Invited to attend the wedding c The from a* KC-135 Stratotanker
., 27 8 groom graduated
\ on April at jwn. Off
and reception. School>) at the Robins Air Force 121
Jean Crosby Starke at the Hardy home 121S E. York Institute High base. Hyway
la Jamestown. Tenn. In 19S2
was Installed May 10 as Call Street. Charles Cameron -
Reddish Reunion 1973-74 president of the Starke of East Palatka performed and Pulaski.from Tenn.Martia in College 1965. He In Mr. and Mrs.E.L.Matthews
1 Business & Professional W'o- ed nuptials, attended the annual meeting
Set For Sunday na men's Club. Mrs Charles Francis,. pi- Is also employed at National of the Florida Historical MACCLENNY, FLA.
Mrs. Bea Xlmmens was arist, and Miss Carol Hardy, Protein be. near Hampton. Society at Port St. Lode

May 27 Installed as vi -presidelnt.Mrs. soloist presented a program last weekend.
Evelyn Haner, secretary oI.nupdalmusic..
The annual Reddish! family ; Mrs. Desta Dral, corresponding The couple repeated their
reunion win be held Sunday secretary, and vows In front of two standIng -
May 2.. at Union Primitive Mrs. Jean Metat sh trea- baskets cyeDawandwhlte
Baptist Church with a ba. tdilner To Wed May 26thMr. surer. gladioli and yellow carnations WEEKEND"WOWER"
at 1 jun. The Installation was conducted flanked by burning tapers la.
and Mrs. Aid Xofrnaaof by Miss'Delia Rosen arched: candelabra. --
W aldo announce the engement berg who presented each Royal Jones served as best
sad approaching marriage officer with a pair of dart man. -
Mr. and Mrs, A. V. no- of her daughter, Jonell French sin glasses and words Mrs. Dolores Carlson attended *
mas of Mottle Ala. were Penis McGee, to Carton of advice.. Mis s Crosbywas as matron of honor. '
weekend guests of Mr. and Scott Whitehead son of Mr. Incoming She wore an entire dotted:
pinned as president
Mrs. 1... C. Earif.ROSEMARY and Mrs. L. K. Whitehead by Mrs. Evelyn Haney. swiss organza gown accented ,! Compare and Save! Carps Has the lowest Prices in Town!
of Stark VBss McGee is l72-73 president.Mrs. with pink and carried a ENDS SATURDAY
also the daughter of the late Ann Liggett of Keystone pink rose nosegay. SAlE Misses Men's
RUVBAUGH H. E. McGee Sr. Heights was hostess Gives in marriage by her Short Sleeve ,
The wedding wm take place for the dinner meeting.DCPLIC fatter the bride wore a white KNIT I TOPS / .
PHOTOGRAPHER May 26 at 8 p.TO. la Hope empire line French designed DRESS
WALDO. FLA. Baptist Church.An VTE BRIDGE gown with deeply scalloped r-.
PH. 4U-1287 friends and relative CLUB KESULTSMrs. white eooon vedse lace over rj10W.. Nylon or cotton SHIRTS
are Invited to attend Paul A. Johnson and beige and ti: t:: med with beigeribbon 2ltr Machine washable I
CUSTOM with flounced wrist and d h Short: sleeve solids and r
Mrs. Loeb Duncan
PRIXTINf were tie '
hem. She carr'.ed a cascade fancies '
From Yo_ NegativesCOPYORK. Mrs. Natalie Tborntoo.Mr. winning Club couple at iTpUcaieBridge bouquet:; of white roses cen- sS.'I' Medium SALE 77 :
and Mrs. Don Thornton. Mrs. Tuesday night. tered with a white orchid detachable L.ar J '
I Ella Moofiy, Mrs Pearl Col- Mrs. Edward Burns and l.\. corsage PRICE '
Sundem were second, Mr.and .
,..-VAL PORTRAIT son. Mrs. W.H Hart and Mrs. Charles Riddle were A reception was also held YOUR 1 ',i. dbt
Edith Christiansen
Mrs. attended
at the Hardy borne
ttJrd and Mrs. Sierrod Hamilton
AND PASSPORTS the funeral of Allen The bride's table: was covered :
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and rs. Harry moots / :
Thornton ia Jacksonville Moo-
with a lace cloth and '
ftu C
were pO'YCOt1on
. day afternoon. centered with! a three-tiered ,:., r Perm anent Press '
-- - --- wedding cake encircled = ts
Ported T
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s; sod -
+e cOlors '
greenery and spring: flowers ,:
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This was waked by two silver :L *tFjrf-foj uy Sizes ,.*.. ? f fyIL, ( r<;' ,
O QSau candelabra with burning C r
Q.1U5.rs.\. Jack Eddy eztthe \
cake. Mrs. Debra Mos- f
ley kept *e bride's hood: r>*f-Sii* Charge /t Af Carps!

Mrs. Arthur Gastdtns presided t
at the punch table which t Nylon MEXSFamou.
was covered with a lace cloth
.er SladeirMAGIJuCHEE and centered with a silver /
/: punch bowL: Also on the punch:: Jamacias ,. Bran d

table was an arrangement of Jeans
mixed spring flowers.

Mrs. Hardy greeted guestsat 100*. Nylon
the door, and assistingwas f. Machine wash-
Mrs WtCie Mae Den- j' I able -sn.uQr7' L E as S a 9 9

+ [ Pull on style in REG
Shower Given, 1 \ I i o *e 4 y pastel -
shades FLAr.Es
THE FOLLOWING For Mrs Scssham Sizes 10 to 18 TO


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Mrs. Chuck Bassham d Al- SAVE 55C
t: bany. Ga. the former Robin
HAVE NEVER BEEN Elder, a recem bride, was
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Saturday evening. May 5, gives ; DISCOUNT PRICES ON SUMMER WHITE SHOES
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were served by the hostesses -
THIS PRICE BEFOREWood : Mrs. >'. 1.. Durain, Mrs.
Dwight Elder Mrs. Aide Reed
and Mrs, Don: i Il: er.

Tone Trim Games were pljy3 *rlTC '
the party hours and:! prizes
Removable oven door awarded. ***a SSf -

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Barbara Coleman/ Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and Head Start i
Mrs. Shellle Gerle spent the BRINGS YOU
/Is Honor GuestAt weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
C t rF Cla6' Brad Locke in Tampa. Policy CouncilTo hevro let-Olds

Bridal Shower Meet MondayCUBB
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Har-
Miss Barbara Coleman a rington and daughters of Day- Economic Agency'sFull
June 23 bride-elect of David The annual Luau dinner- tona Beach spent the weekend Year Head Start Pro Better Buys
KIrkland, was honored at dance will be held Saturday with Mr., and Mrs. C. N.. Monday Council will meeton
a bridal shower Monday evening night, May 19, at the Starke Christy.; The Harringtons and evening, May 21,
May 7, In the Churchof Golf & Country Club. There Chrlstys; with Mr. and Mrs. at 7:30 o'clock, at the Civil
God annex. Hostesses were will be a social hour from A Bill Harrington: and family of Defense Building In Starke.
Mrs. Charles Schmitt, Mrs. 7 to 8 o'clock with dinner Keystone Heights, Hal Sey All members of the Policy 1971 Olds Toronado CoupeDark

Pat Murner, Mrs. Royce Joy- served at 8 p.m. a mour of Gainesville, and Mr. Council are urged to attend. Red With Black Top And
ner, Mrs. Jerry Hulsey and The menu will consist of and Mrs. J. D. Seymour hada
Mrs. Jay Faulkner. roast pig barbecued chicken, picnic dinner Sunday at Interior Fully.Loaded One Owner
H'r A lavender and white color sweet and sour pork, anda the Seymour cottage on Kings- Mrs. Bertha Pearce, who
scheme was carried out In varley of Polynesian vegetables Connie Chasteen ley Lake. celebrated her birthday Tues- Sharp.
the decorations. A homemadearch and salads. day, had as guests Mr. and
placed at one end of Jerri Von and The Van Given AwardFor Mrs. Randall ChIsm visit- Mrs. E. R. Smith of Largo, 34195
the party; room was decor- ations will play for dancing ed her son-in-law and daughter and Mrs. Mary Beth Peacockof
ated with lavender and white from 9 p.m. till 1 a.m. Citizenship Mr. and Mrs. Herb John- Jacksonville. Mrs. Edna
1973 Olds
crepe paper streamers. The club will be decorated son and, son in Rockledge last Hill, who has spent two weeks Cutlass "S"
The refreshment and gift throughout with! palm trees Miss Connie Chasteen of week. with Mrs. Pearce, will return -
tables were covered with and tropical flowers. Hawaiian Starke was presented a DAR to her home In Upland, Coupe Dark Green With White Top This
Griffis-A nderson white lace cloths over laven- lets will be given to (Daughters of the American Robin Gerard Chism was a Calif on Sunday. Is Like Brand New Car With Power
der linen. The refreshment everyone attending. Dress Revolution) Good page for the Florida LegIs-
Citizenship Steering
Date Set June 29 table was centered with a will be "Polynesian." Award at a luncheon meeting lature in Tallahassee last Local admittances to Brad- Power Brakes. Air Condition,
boy and girl standing In frontof For reservations call the Thursday, May 10,' at the week. ford County; Hospital this week Automatic Transmission Vinyl
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon W. a heart. pro shop, 964-5441. The home of Mrs. Joseph H. include: Mrs. Sarah Strick- Trim And Top New New New.
Grlffls of Ralford Games with prizes were en- cost is $10 per person. Van Dyke at Palm Valley Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and land, David Lear!Starke;Mrs.
the approaching marriageof announce Joyed by the 55 guests dur- near Jacksonville.The grandson, Eddie Schwab of Daisy Padgett, Maxville;Mrs. $:) ,,888
their daughter Susan ing the party; hours. A door award is made annuallyto Gainesville visited Mrs. P. Eunice LIndsey, Melrose; Julius
Renae to Jack Gregory An- prize was won by Mrs.Linda I an outstanding senior girlon E. Stone and Miss Mamie Anderson Oscar Hanson, Keystone
derson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Waddell. the basis of dependability, in Archer Saturday. Heights; and Wilbur Moody, 1970 Chevrolet ElCamino
Hubert Anderson, also of Each guest was presented service, leadership and Mrs. Anderson was a Sunday Lake Butler
with small leaf and wedding dinner of
Ralford. "' patriotism. guest Mr. and Mrs.
The wedding will be an band corsages.Corsages were '! ..-... Pictured above (from left) Johnny Anderson in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. ArtfordBrown Fullv Equipped Encluding Air ConditionAnd
event of June 29 at 7:30 also given to the honoree <:. are: Mrs.,J.A. Alexanderof of Sanford were Sunday visi- It's, The Custom Model Dark Gold
p.m. at the Highland Baptist Mrs. Jesse Coleman, motherof Jacksonville, DAR librar- ville.Mr. tors of Mrs. A. E. McKinney. With Vinyl Top. 30,000 Miles Nice.
Church in Lawtey. the honoree and Mrs. J. ian, who is in charge of and Mrs. James Bar-
Miss Grime will graduate T. KIrkland, Jr., mother of NewArrivals making the awards; Miss ron visited Mr. and Mrs.Jack Mark Crawford of Mississippi $2695
from Union County; High Schoolin the groom-elect. The honoree Chasteen, and her mother Shadburn in Gainesville Sun- College is home for
June, 1973. also received an electric 8 ) Mrs. J.R. Chasteen. day afternoon. two weeks between semes-
frying pan from her hostesses Miss Chasteen ters.
is
Mr. Anderson was a 1971 a mem- 1972 Chevrolet
as a memento of the occasion ber of the National Honor Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hall
graduate of Union County
; Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Kingswood Estate 9 Pass.
High, and is now employedwith Society; Junior Clvinettes, Jr. and daughters of Gaines- ,
the Division of Forestry Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lamar Science Club, History Club, ville were Sunday guests of tiansen W. H. Hart and, Mrs.Mrs.Edith Ella Chris Moody- Wagon, Real Nice Wagon, All

in Union County.; Deanna Waters Miller of Starke, announce!the Pep the BUS Club,Cheerleaders.She and captainof Mrs.Mrs. M.Hall's A. parents Baldwin., Mr.Joiningthe and were Mr. and Mrs. Shi Smith, The Way, Clean And Ready For
All friends and
relatives birth of a son, Paul Lamar Jr. and children and Mrs. Summer Vacation.
are invited to attend. Miller Jr., on May 5 In Shands is also a member of the family Sunday night were of Mrs.
Birthday PartyLittle Pearl Colson Starke
Teaching Hospital Gaines- First Baptist Church of Mr. and Mrs. James Mon-
ville. Grandparents are Mrs. Starke and the Little Wo- tuoro and daughter Christie Barbara Fink and family of 53,995
Bill Hamilton Deanna Waters cele- Josephine Knight of Home- men's Club. She plans to of Tampa. Green Cove Springs and Mr.
brated her second birthday stead and Mr. and Mrs.Larry attend the University; of Geor- and Mrs. Ronald Crawfordand 1971 Ford Torino
Birthday Party Sunday afternoon when her Sunday guests of Mr. and sun of Ocala.
L. Miller of Starke.
parents Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur gia.Also attending the luncheon Mrs. J. W. Ritch and Mrs. Lulu Blue With Blue Vinyl Trim
Little Bill Hamilton celebrated Waters. gave a party; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Farnsworth meeting from Starke was Daisy Perryman were Mr. LARGE EGGS: 50C doz.Waters -) Air Condition Power'Steering' Power
his second birthday for her at their home on Jr., of Starke, announce Miss Della Rosenberg. and Mrs. A. M. Moore and Mkt Place, 301 So. (pd Brakes Radio & Heater White Side
anniversary Saturday mornIng W. Madison Street. !the birth of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Davisof Wall Tires
a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tho- Very Clean 36,000 Miles
The party; was held in the Blackshear, Ga., Mr. and
at a party; given for him Allison, on May 10 in Ala- mas spent Thursday Sunday
and 16 little friends by his carport which was decorated chua General Hospital.Grand- Miss Trlsh Myers of Wes- Mrs. Ron Alton of Palatkaand in Lakeland with their ."')Ki- $2495
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brian with steamers and balloons. parents are Mrs. James LewIs leyan College, Macon, Ga is Mrs. Tommy Johns of ln-law and daughter, Mr. and
Hamilton, at their home on The Raggedy Ann theme was of Starke and Mr. and home for the summer. Macclenny and their famil Mrs. James McNeely, and
carried out in the table decorations
Mimosa. Drive.Multicolored. Mrs. Farnsworth, Sr.of Tam- daughter.Mrs. 1972 Chevelle
and the cakes
balloons dec- cup Mr. and Mrs. John Adams ies.Mr.
were decorated with Raggedy pa. and Mrs. E. M. Nor- Malibu Coupe Red And White
orated the party; rooms and and daughter Amy, of Athens Vergle Flynn returned ,
the youngsters were given Anns. Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Al- Ga. spent the weekend with ton, Sr. and daughter visited last week after 21 days Power Steering, Fewer Brakes,
party; hats. The refreshment Assisting in serving the day of Starke announce the Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams. their son-in-law and daughter confinement in Bradford Air Condition Auto matic
33 who Included 13 Mr. and Mrs.Frank John- ,
guests, ,
table was centered with a Mrs. John Adams and
birth of daugh- and Me-
Erik County Hospital Hope
a son, Ashley
children, were Mrs. Water'smother son, in Keystone Heights Sat- Transmission 21,000 Miles
birthday cake decorated witt on May 8 In Alachua Gen- ter remained with Dr. and morial Hospital, Tallahassee, ,
clowns carrying out the clown Mrs. R.A. Colson, eral Hospital.Mr. Mrs. Adams for the week. urday. The Nortons had a for observation and treatment. "Sharp Little Car" Great Car
theme. and her sisters, Mrs. Mark birthday dinner Sunday with
and Mrs. LaRue Williams Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Nortonin For The Wife.
Moody

Assisting with the chlldrei
Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bol- Mrs. Lex Green was Sun- 395
were Jennifer and Elise Johns linger and father, F. E. Bol- Jacksonville. day evening supper guest of
E and Mrs. Wilbur Waters linger, spent Sunday with Mr. her, son and family, Mr. and
gave a covered dish supper and Mrs. Milton Hartzell at Mr. and Mrs.Douglas Hardy Mrs. R. A,, Green n In 1970 Chevrolet Imp II,
Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Williams Miss Becky Jackson was on Sunday evening at their Orange City.; F. E. Bolling- had as Sunday dinner guests Gainesville.Mr. Four Door Sedan
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Herndonof Only 48,000
and son of Ormond the President's List at St. home on W. Madison Street er, who celebrated his 92nd
Beach were weekend guestsof Johns River Junior College for for the J. T. Waters fam- birthday on Saturday, has Valdosta, Ga., Mr. and and Mrs. A. S. Harrison Miles, One Owner Car With

her parents Mr. and Mrs.R. the past quarter. ily. Seventeen members of moved to 616 NE 2nd St., family Mrs. ,Richard and Mr.Herndon and Mrs.and spent the weekend with Air Condition, Power Steering,
the family enjoyed !the affair. Gainesville. her mother Mrs. R.T.
A. Colson. Franklin Ritch of Gainesville Hipps, Power Brakes, Radio & Heater
f.W "" !Jl"'J' ,," t! i. P Mrs. ofOcala in Waycross, Ga.
!>' =-- \ 3t ft 4 Mr. and. : RayjJudd. : Vinyl Top And Interior Light
Mrs. Pearl Edwards:;
and Mr. and Mrs.Millard Judd LARGE EGGS: SOC doz. Wa- Yellow Paint & Clean. JIO of Starke. ters Mkt. Place, 301 So. (pd) 51 .

Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fan- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward 1972 Monte Carlo: /
and Darby Peek of Lake City;
cher were camping with the
Shrine Caravan in Lake City were Sunday visitors of their Yellow And Tan Fully Loaded

., over the weekend and attended mother Mrs. S. L. Peek, Sr. With Air Condition And Factory

the Shrine Ceremonial.Mrs. Tape System Brand New Tires
} Mr. and Mrs. George Hug- ,
E. A. Winkler returned gins spent last Thursday to A Real Good Looking Car.
Saturday after two weeksIn Saturday camping at Anastasia -
53,895
Alachua General Hospitalfor Park.
observation and treatment.Mr. .
/ Mrs. Joe Jordan and daugh- 1969 VW
and Mrs. Garl Mathews ters, Cindy and Lynne, of
spent Saturday to Monday with Live Oak were Saturday vis- Station Wagon, Very Clean With .
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathewsand itors of Mrs. Jordan's par- All The Seats Front Center And
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family In Maltland. They ents, Mr. and Mrs. H.. A.
Rear. New Tires All The
were accompanied by Mrs. Lawson.Mr. Way
Cula Coran who visited Mr. Around. "Dark Green"
and Mrs. B. R. Denton in and Mrs. Don Lewis
CATALINA WASHABLE Winter Park. and Miss Judy Lewis of Rich- $1,3.95:
J mond, Va. are visiting Mrs.
COTTON KNITS ...,, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Still- Don Lewis' parents Rev. and 1968 Chevrolet
Mrs. George Harper this
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well of Palatka last
8.00 Thursday visitors of were Mr. and week. M Ton PickUp Six Cylinder,

each Mrs. Garl Mathews. Dens Standard Shift, Light Green
Mr. and Mrs. John
Get into the summer sun actionin of Lake City spent Saturdaywith Short Bed Fleetside. New

easy-care playwear. Mrs. H. G. Merow of Tam- her parents, Mr. and Clutch And Runs Good. Special
Cuffed shorts in eR'. + r pa and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Mrs. E. W. Hayes.
Howard and family of Jacksonville $85O
navy, yellow, or white; B 4 v were Sunday guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Barney Null

sizes 814. Button fronttank top; Mr. and Mrs. Merrill of Fernandina Beach spent [971 Ford 3/4 Ton
the first of the week with
navy/poppy/white, yellow, blue t' ; t Edwards.
white; sizes S-M-L. e+ Mr. and Mrs. C. G. 11111 at Cab and Chassis Dark
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City Accounts Fairground ImprovementsTopic Accident

Arraignments .
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(From Page 1)) don has been conducted to At Annual t Damages
MeetingAdditional
(Prom Pagel) Grlffls and Mrs. Lloutza as
ordered by the court.
back to June 14, 1972. In Awarded
the only sentence hand- improvements to
"In the meantime you're An extensive undercover Investigation ed down Monday by Judge Pat- the Fairground facilities the fair; and Lillian Pearson wards, and Glenn Shuford.
were
sitting here with $20.000 In over a long periodof Lucian executive secretary. Executive directors electedare
ten. Blocker who had discussed at the
delinquent accounts and annual meetIng Board directors elected are: Jack Hazen Willie James Lee and his
complaining time and coordinated efforts : Bob Allen
pleaded guilty to of the
carrying Bradford
a
about County Eddie Allen Doyle Conner M. A. wife Darlene Of Lawtey,
no money Ir between local authori- concealed firearm Fair Baldwin, Warren Car- were
was giv- Association
the general fund Tucker on Wednes- Lucille Godwin, Ralph Bryan T. C. awarded a total of 2969.34
ties and the State Attorney'sOffice Indeterminate ver, Hazen Linda Lawson -
en an sentenceof day, May 9,
stated. following a favorable Jerry WhItehead, Gordon Ho- In damages In circuit court
In Gainesville led to Harvey Smith Paul Emery
from six
months to two
the arrests, according to Sheriff In state prison., treasurer's report after well, Dave Paul S. R.Hicks Fred Glenn Jim Lawson here Tuesday as a result of
successful
years a
1973
One way to cut delinquent Dolph Reddish.All season. Lola Johnson. Curtis Mar- David Smith Bobby Taylor an automobile accident last

accounts would be In Increase 10 defendants were plac- Jerry Lynn Roebuck and John L. Bradley, treasurer lowe, Eunice Moncrlef Emery Dave Shuford Paul Hut- June. '
deposits, the clerk pointedout. ed on the trial calendar for John Martin each had pleaded reported a balance of M. Prevatt Paul Meng, Joe chins, Charles Hardy Anne
Auditor Scott agreed, say- the term which begins June not guilty to breaking and $12,114 in the association account Kerrigan George W. Roberts Green John O'Meara,and Kathy The two residents of East
Ing deposits should be doub- 11. All pleaded not guilty and entering with Intent to com- as of May 1, after all Elzie Sanders, Ernest Brown. Lawtey were suing Marvin
led. were given five days to file mit larceny and grand expenses of the recent fair Trlest Ray Norman, Tom Ed- JLC TIsdale also of Lawtey. and
motions by Judge Patten. larceny. Martin's case was had been paid. Dalryland Insurance Co. for
"That wouldn't cover a bill Wainwright and Hardy told placed on the trial calendarfor The total represents an Increase P.F. Maguire an amount In excess of
four or five months old," the court they will be represented the June 11 spring term of about $2,000 over Straight A's. $30,000. but the Jury awarded -
Wiggins said. by Dudley Hardy and a warrant was Issued last year's figures even Services Set them only the amount of
"And they need to be cutoff local attorney who is a bro- for Roebuck, who failed to though some $4,000 was spenton (From their actual hospital bills
monthly" Scott added. ther of the defendant Hardy appear Monday. a poultry exhibit additionto Page 1)) For 2760.09 for Lee,and$209.25
Scott agreed that Clerk Ed- when the cases go to trial. Three charges of breaking the livestock facilities. Also Thursday for his wife.
wards Is overworked at times Remainder of the defendantswere and entering with Intent to tentatively approved was Beverly Meng daughter of *
Paul
from his observations of the represented at arraign- commit petit larceny and two chain-link fencing of the entire Mr. and Mrs. Meng of Philip F. Maguire Jr., 68, The Lees.were riding with
office. It was his suggestionto ment by Asst. Public Defender charges of auto theft against fairgrounds at an esti- Hampton.Laura of Washington D. C., died Tisdale from Reno In Starke
separate the cut-offs from Jeff Barker. Asst. State Randy Earl Lyles were dis- mated cost of 3000. Kay Thomas daugh- Monday In Alachua General 4 to Lawtey when Tisdale's
ter of
the meter readers. Atty. Ken Herbert served as missed by Judge Patten. Lyles Another improvement-- Starke Mrs. Seleeta Thomasof Hospital. He and his wife small car ran underneath the
The council agreed when prosecutor.In was sentenced on another small addition to the livestock takes civics, lan- the former Frances Darbyof Jti rear rend of a tractor trailer -
Scott said meter readers are charge last week. barn guage usage Latin I, geometry Starke, had been visiting
other action Monday In -- was discussed but tabled causing their Injuries.
busiest from the 15th to the Circuit Court- The cases of Earl Douglas for the time being.A and biology I. relatives In Gainesville at the
30th of the month Honor roll students with time of his illness
reading Carson Grlffls and Lillian Morton James Elvin McNalr new admission policy was
meters and that Is when the Lloutza, each convicted In separate Robert Samuel Carr Kent adopted, setting 50 cents as averages of B or higher for A native of Plainfield, N.J., NEAT Chambray means Another civil suit B. Dun-
the fifth
cut-offs become due. trials last December Frey and Preston Parrlsh the charge for general admission six-weeks, are: Mr. Maguire appeared in the business, and business is can of Lawtey versus Seaboard
with conspiracy commit extortion each charged with escape to the fairgrounds, 1972-73 edition of Who's Who booming for suits of pure cotCoastline railroad, scheduled
Scott also agreed that the on Union County Sheriff were placed on the June 11 with all pre-school children SENIORSVickie Barks- In America. He received his ton chambray. Arthur Rich- for trial Wednesday morning
billing machine Is hindrance John WhItehead,were scheduled trial calendar. admitted free. dale, Susan Cunningham, Hal law degree from Stetson University ards styles this classic blue was settled out of court for
to the operation of the clerk'soffice. to be sentenced Friday The case of Belinda Ann The following officers were Edwards, Jeanne Faulk, Ka- and was a memberof chambray Jacket with chalkan undisclosed amount. Dun-
thy Faulkner Gray Flynn, the Florida and white accent stitching on the can's wife was killed last
He said he should havea May 18, at noon. The two Dammon, charged with aggra- re-elected for another term: Washing-
Mark Hardenbrook. Gall Hat- ton D. C. bar the U. S. lapels and pocket flaps. Pants in grade crossing accident -
year a
proposal on a new machine were tried and convicted bya vated assault to which she Arthur Gasklns, president; G.
ready by the next council Jury of conspiring to place has pleaded not guilty was T. Huggins, vice president; zen cher, Donna Anne Haynes Melvin, Eddy Ha- District Court, Southern DIstrict with are cut new on wide the straight-away belt loops. at Lawtey.
The council also the June II Edwards Connie of Florida, and the U.S.
meeting. plansto Sheriff Whitehead in a com- placed on Betty secretary; Reid, Edna Pearl
use some of Its new revenue promising situation In an effort trial calendar. John Bradley treasurer;John Rhoden, Carl Court of Appeals In Wash- :::::::::::::::::::::;iSSWiKS&SSftWSftftSSftWWSewing:: ::: :: ::: :: :: :::: :::: ::: :::::: ::::-:::::":::::'''t'C.'::!
sharing funds to purchase to have the Sheriff Intercede Porter A. Fleming, after Myers general manager of Riherd, James Sewell, Deb- ington. if
the machine expectedto with state prison officials pleading not guilty to assault bie Spengler Tin Stone,Jim- Mr. Maguire was a former
cost around $30,000. on behalf of Joe Reddish with Intent to murder was my Outlaw, Vicki Turner assistant counsel of the Na- Machine
Chairman Jimmy McRae serving a life term In scheduled to be tried In the Juke License Barbara Valinski, Stan Reddish tional Recovery Administration .
exhorted the council to act the murder of a Union Coun- June 11 term Emily Williams Dale in Washington and a former -
on the auditor's suggestions, ty deputy sheriff and another Kenneth Gene Kennerson (From Page 1)) Norman, and David Wager. director for Rural Rehabilitation 1 Y OperatorsWANTED .
pointed out this was Scott's man. pled not guilty to the charges with the Farm Security -
second such report. Reddish has also been triedon of armed robbery, is set making It clear to the coun- JUNIORSMazelle Dubose, Administration.He :
"If we're not going to listen the conspiracy charge and to be tried In the June 11 cil they wanted the placed Charlie Green Paul Hutch- is survived by his widow 1 ; "
to him, there's no use term. closed. Ins, Ricky Jackson Judy Lo- Frances G, Maguire of ....
found guilty. His case is stilt per Hjalmar McMillan, Di- Washington two daughters, N
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to have an auditor McRae Also placed on the trial One lady said that from
pending.A anne Moore, Betty Padgett Mrs. John K.Clifford and Mrs.
said. docket was the case of Wil- the things that go on Perkins
pre-sentence Investiga- lie B. Brown charged with must sell more than candy George Prevatt, Steve Regis- William P. Doughten; and his Experience
I.r Helpful But
ter, and Debra Vickery. parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. I Not Necessary
]possession of a weapon by a and crackers. She said she :
state prisoner. Is forced to turn her backto SOPHOMORESDouglas A- Maguire Sr.Graveside. I
James Jackson was sched- keep from seeing men uri- very, Kenneth Andrews' Dennis services will be
Pine Congregational uled to be tried with assault nate outside Perkins' place. Allen Alice Atwood, Amy held at 11 a.m. Thursday In Apply In Person
Valley with Intent to murder and "We all have rights until Blalock, Carol Coleman Joan Crosby Lake Cemetery with 11
possession of a weapon bya we infringe upon other's Dyal Benita Franklin Mike Rev. Fred Yerkes conduct-
state prisoner. rights," Mrs. Maurice White Gasklns, Susan Hewott, John- Ing. Arrangements are In WILL TRAIN
Holiness Church Robert David Roy has pleaded told the council ny Hobbs, Mary Lyons Nan- charge of DeWitt C. Jones
not guilty to attempting to "We want our community cy Lee, Glen Mullins, Jan Funeral Home.
escape from the state prison cleaned up. We want our placeso Searle Joy Starling, Randall III I
Located off 301 Down Gravel Road By and to two counts of aggravated people will say 'That Is Thomas John Tyson Ed Watts My Neighbors
Bradford Furniture Corp.-Sta1' Fla. assault, and his cases where citizens live'," said and Diane Yawn.
were placed on the trial cal- Mrs. Elizabeth Walker."I FRESHMENVerle Best 1j 1 LAKE BUTLER t
Emmett Bright, Mlcahel Coo-
endar. think we know these
things," Chairman McRae ney Andy Crews Teresa De- 1; 1*
Saturday stated. "That's the reason Vore, Jimmy Duncan David
Ii the license was lifted, to show Godsey Anita Green Matt jjj[ APPAREL COMPANY i
Nig 7:30 you can't operate places like Herres, Lisa Jackson Jenni-
that." But McRae and Coun- fer Jockel Kathy Locke, Da-
May 19 cilman Nell Tucker pointedout vid Lovelace Margaret Norman ?
f the Juke is Perkins' llvll- Gary Reddish. Dannette :::. Lake Butler, Fla. ;:i?
hood; both asked for assurance Rodrtgue Sheila Sapp, Wayne
that Perkins would operate Scott Darlene StancH, Judy '
'JIII """ Thomas. Wlilard Lar- 496-3601
Wade.
the place In an orderly -
Featuring jf; ,j ;, ':- ry White and Ernest Whittle.

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HAPPY JI;;... 'n' want to see Mr. Per1
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stated. Since It was his mo-
o tion that Lifted Perkins' license .
TRIO on May 1 I. Tucker said U.S. 301 NORTH BEHIND TASTE FREEZE

_/0 he would license.move The to motion reinstatethe gota '?64.8711

second from Councilman I Meet John King Co-Owner & Mgr. Of A & K Feeds. John Is An Old
Vernon Silcox and
was approved
I F, REE.WIIEELING-N eatestook 4-1 with Councilman Farm Hand And Knows The Farm Business. He Can Help You In AII
[ going for spring and Charles Schaefer/ opposing.The I Your
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shirt in a glad plaid of orange :
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Prison Fights ttributed

Both Houses Pass Strict

To Crowded Conditions
11 rI1I1& ;
Bills'On Installment
,% In Tallahassee Monday, oOevents that prison officials possible violations of prison-
state corrections officials attributed claim point to a crisis situa- er's civil rights at the predominantly -
Land Sales 1! the weekend violence tion. The series started in black Sumter
which left one dead and 47 February 1971 when prison County prison and sent the
a injured, to severe overcrowd- officials battled for almosta findings to the Justice De-
ft rl M ing and understafflng in thestate's disturbance's partment Washington
week to quell
t Florida's multimillion dollar fill permits to build
necessary -
additional correctional -
prison system. at Raiford, leaving 74 Inmatesand Fifty
t' a year Installment land seawalls or canals. officers have been assignedto
k "The cramming of 10,500 four guards injured.In
sales industry would come Inmates Into spaces designed February 1972 and againin Sumter since the disorderand
1' under strict state regulation The other bill, as passedby for 8,600, often with as February 1973 Wainwright are working 12-hour
under bills which have now the Senate, prohibits the .... many as three prisoners to a closed Florida's bulging prison shifts. Wainwright said.
18 passed both chambers of the sale of land in Florida by one-man cell, Is at the heart doors entirely, claimingthat Two of the prisoners Involved -
State Legislature.in different long distance telephone unless .' of the disturbances at both overcrowding had becomeso in the knife fights at
be J" forms.. the prospective buyer prisons" says Louie L.Wainwright severe that no additional Florida State Prison were reported -
personally Inspects the land director of the Divisions Inmates could be admitted with in bad condition. Ron-
'$!, The Senate has approved or is given full Informationon of Corrections. safety. ald Anderson, 21, was saidto
-t( the two most controversial it by a real estate agent Wainwright said that If any- Although the prison systemis be in a critical condition
'lf bills In the packageone licensed In his own state. thing constructive emerges again accepting new Inmateson with a stomach wound, and
requiring all land offered for from the prison fights, it will a limited basis, about 500 Morris Kyle 32, was in a
d Installment sale to be plat- One senator said that for I ITha. be in helping to pass a $40- convicted felons are currently serious condition. Charles
ted, and the other a crack- years people have bought million to $50-mllllon prison backed up in county jails Smith, who was involved in
down on land sales by longit land sight unseen in Florida w reform bill now pending before because there isn't room for the "K" wing fight, nearly
distance telephone. Both measures only to find it is not what the state legislature.The them in the prisons.The lost his arm when an arterywas
had passed the House they had been led to believe. weekend violence was Investigated allega- severed.
earlier In the session, but the latest in a long string tions of loan-sharking and
a major amendments were the volunteer the Bradford ...""""."",,"."."".""H'..'"Try"",,,"... .."."...."."""".."."...""""....."."".".....""""...,,
County
are teenage at Hospital.
tacked on by the Senate.To My Neighbors
They are from ((1-r) front row. Cynthia Davit, Glen da Johnson, and Joan Mlllor; 2nd

row. Denh. McMllllam Debbie Shuford, Susan Faulkner Debbie Lewis B.th Phillips; MEET ED RIPPLINGER.

-i ing platting the House Qegal bill descrlp-requlr- 3rd row. Cynthia Hodge, Alela Carter, Janice Davis and Diane Moore. Not shown Is ..

b lions and maps filed with lo- Cathy Starling.
b cal governments) the Senate The New Sales RepresentativeAt
,; added a tough provision re- Teenage Vol unteers Help
i< quiring developers to obtain Starke
-i the necessary permits before Staff Chrysler Plymouth
Medical
)-,-'. selling land. Hospital

The bill's sponsor said that What used to be Candy hospital, and make favors ful forward to a fun, and help
unscrupulous developers have ,- Stripers are now Teenage for the trays during holidays. year.
:yf-:: frequently sold so-called Volunteers, sponsored by the These girls also function
::$ "waterfront" or"canalfront" .ai: Bradford Hospital Auxiliary and do 2 InjuredIn Le'i I
organization
>> lots, only to be unable later 914: and are assisting nursesat as an activities throughoutthe
.::j:! to obtain the necessary pollution the Bradford County hospital many
They are looking
t control or dredge and I "You Bent for me?" year. WreckTwo
:.:: o. Join the Teenage Volunteers
during the annual DedicationCeremonies persons received pos-
*:: membership drive in Octo- sible injuries Sunday when
." ber and February a girl the car they were in stoppedat
Nyl 9- must be in grades 9-12. the railroad crossing on
Meetings of the group ara Set At SFCC Market Road and Lloyd Junior -
8x held on the second Thursdayof Davis, 27, of Putnam
each month at 7:30: p.m.
Hall drove his car into the
MODERNIZING YOUR HOME ? at the hospital. The North Central Florida rear of the parked car.
The. girls that are on dutyat Junior PGA Golf Around will The accident occurred at
. GO the hospital from 4-8 start June 11 at Keystone 3:15: a.m. Sunday when Frank-
r MODERN ALL THE
WAY p.m. each week day and Heights Golf and Country le Lee Jackson of Jacksonville -
''1 with the all 2:30 6:30 p.m. on the Club. It will be held under stopped a 1973 Vega he
i new Chrysler Airtemp weekends. the direction of Ed Rodgers, was driving at the railroad
1 whole Duties are to take Juice professional Keystone crossing in north Starke and
air
house conditioningFREE orders and then serve them, Heights, of the Northeast Davis hit him in the rear.
1 often feed patients, read and Chapter Florida Section, of Jackson, 26, and a passen-
SURVEY write letters for patients,do the PGA. Herb Herres, professional ger in the car, Cornell Williams -
;1 1 CALL US NOW any Jobs the nurses want Starke Golf and of Starke, were Injured -
them to do, observe several Country Club, will be In during the wreck. Fre-
::: medical duties that nurse charge of the program assisted derick Martin, another pas-
::: perform, straighten up the by Martha Hayes and
in the Jackson car
.'. CHRYSLER senger .
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I rtemp CO".O"ATIO" rooms if necessary, run errands Faye Greek. Tee off time escaped the accident without -
;;; 372 BrownU when asked in the will be 9 a.m.Following Injuries, according to City ;; !." ,, ..
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:::: is schedule of ., .. ri! ; ?,\; 'to.
Stork. Flo. Policeman Tom Galney, Jr.
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964-8363 According to the accident
June 11, Keystone Hts Golf report, Davis was driving his
At the classier banks, one Club, Ed Rodgers, Pro. 1970 Buick coupe about 60 U.S. 301 North Starke
STARKE APPLIANCE supposes, alt robberies are June 18, Quail Hts Golf mph. Let Ed
filmed glorious! living color. Club, Lake City, Rennie Bry- The injured were treatedat Come In And Let Ed ". '
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nor, Pro. .
the Bradford County Hos-
The irlf-appolnled critic June 25, Reynolds Park 964-6600 ..
pital by Dr. Henry Thomas. IJ
Wh.r. Fair Prices and
Quality avoids TV dramas with tig- Golf Club, Green Cove Springs. Davis was arrested for wilful
Work Is Our Prld. name stars in the cast. He Dave Kennett, Pro. and wanton wrecklesa dri- Show You One Of Our Many Fine Automobiles
figures it means they have no July 2, Ironwood Golf Club, ving by Galney.
money left over for a script. Gainesville, Ken Barnard,
Professional Repairman Employed Pro.

July 9, Palatka Golf Club
Palatha Willard Knight. Pro. LLLLLLLLLLLwt
l t tI July 16, West End Golf
Club, Gainesville, Tom Chellemi -
I Pro.
1 AT HANDY-WAY July 23, Staike Golf Club, ,
i Starke Herb Herres, Pro. : I
tA
At the close of the program, I
there will be a banquet for : t\
WE STILL REMEMBER all winners and contestants. I II I \

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{ rtrrap1y Youth Finals Toui SetTonight Will Reopen







Finals of Clay Electric, Negotiations On

__ Cooperative's Youth tour to
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Washington, D.C. contest will
be held tonight, May 17, at
i Keystone Hilites 7:30, In the Co-op's conference -

; Heights.room at Keystone Area Sewer PlanMayor

r By Linda Wharton Ph, 473.4907 or 4548 Eight high school juniors
Including three
.' l. S S S S e 00 e 00-e s eaf area youths,
Carolyn Jordon and Monteen ject If they hoped to receive
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lappe Mr. and !Mrs\ Ray Starnes sit-;-, was home the weekendof Brewer of Keystone Heightsand Ray Starnes said ning study, which would be of the total expanded pro- federal funds. It was then
and David Few flew to Kees- have returned from their the fourth along with her Jency Watson of Hampton, Bit that he and the City $5,4006%'-- if the engineering ject.Bradford askedto that the decision was madeto
County was
ler Field, Biloxi, Miss recently two week cruise. Two cou- sister, Mrs. John Kaison.for- will be competing In the will reopen negotiations fee reached the max- cent of the Include thickly populated
to visit Mrs. Lappe's ples who accompanied themon merly Romesa Dodd, and her oral quiz portion of the con- with the Clay County imum estimated amount, $9- bear 20 per since approximately portions of Clay and Bradford -
other son, Glynn and his their trip returned to three children from Greenville test. Four of the finalistswill Commission pertaining to the 000. It 'could be less than project cost, cent of the a- Counties adjacent to the
A wife, Lisa. They are both Keystone with them for a S.C. Also here for be declared winnersand latter's sharing in the cost that, the city was told. 20 per would lie InBrad- city.
>> Sergeants in the Air Force. weekend visit. They were the weekend Ford's will receive an all-ex- rea project
was Jerry
$9,000 feasibility Starnes said there evi- but the Keystone
of a proposed was ford County, Starnes expressed dis-
:r; Mrs. Jean Griffin from pense paid trip to Washington -
Davisof
Mr. and Mrs. D.P. family from Tennessee.
D.C. study and plan for a dently a misunderstanding on Council was notified that the appointment at Bradford's
New Castle, Pa. was the during Youth Week, refusal -
Octavia Torres and wife
Wise Va. and Mr. and sewer project. the part of the Commission Commission refusedto
recent guest of Dr. and Mrs June !0.15.Carolyn Keystone area as Bradford to go along with the pro-
Mrs. A.M. Scutt of Kings port, Emma, from Miami are visiting thenagreed
to what
was expected of them, participate. Keystone ject, stating that at the
Charles Booher. :Mrs Griffin attends Keystone pre-
Tenn. On the Cardenas familyin Starnes said that information '.
the Starnes .
Bradford'
way although the matter had been
to assume sent rate of
'l had been visiting her Heights High School and is growth a sewer
Lake Emma obtained since the last
Geneva. is
LSS
to board the Nordic
explained to one two individual of the cost, and
the or 20 per cent facility will be needed In the
of
f son in Cleanvatcr and drove daughter Mr. and Mrs.
Prince In Fort the sister of Anna Cardenaswho council meeting indicated that
they stopped members of the 20 cent, If Clay
Marston M. Jordon. its own per future In the Keystone Club
'l' up to spend some lime with Lauderdale to visit Raj's is the mother of Alex Monteen the Commission had not clos- board. would 60 cent.
County pay per Estates and the Paradise Point
'-II her dear friends and past brother and wife, :Mr. and and Eddie Cardenas.Mr. also attends Keystone Heights ed the door on the proposal, The Mayor said he
f.' neighbors. Thelma and lean :Mrs. G.E Starnes. and Mrs. James W. High School and is the daugh- but was still willing to dis- get with Clay plannedto Clerk After Keystone had paid for area of Lake Geneva. Both of
L; spent whole week catching ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. County Its original In-city sewer plan, these locations are In Bradford -
t On their cruise, the Starnes Bell, of Bell Electric, have cuss with the council the pay- George Carlisle and go over
the In \evv Castle W. Brewer. Jency attends County.
up on news the city engineers notified
visited nine ports, the far- recently moved Into their Bradford ment of the county's/ suggested the matter with him at the
and their mutual friends County High School councilmen that Environmental
1. thereat ones being thee: new home on Lake View and Is the share of an expanded plan- earliest opportunity so that "It will be cheaper for Bradford -
Jack and Sena Klmuic: andMr. daughter of Mr. Protection Agency requirements -
f therland Antilles and Caracas, Drive the home Carlisle and Clay to Join with
formerly could explain It to
and
: and11'5.: Steam all Mrs. W.R. Watson of for grant
to \eni-zuela. There they witnessed of Mrs. Patzer. They are Annual Spring the board. money us than to Install these facilities -
of Da tcina, were tinKith t the birthday (Queen Hampton. had been changed and that they
happy to live In the I
5 end guests IIf< :Mrs I Iran i luliaimo' which Included boat city very limits of our beautiful Other finalists are John Music ConcertSet "We are not asking themto would have to adopt an area later by themselves," I
Stephenson at her Home, in races and aer elaborate little Mathews, Rolling Green Aca- share in the original $1,700 Starnes said.
> community. for their
Lake (;' I luti '-. demy Alachua Ervin concept sewer pro- I
'cnl.\.
resins :Ma.Pole dance on the dock. ; Penny For May 22 survey which was made of the
i was one of the! ui' \< ttmiici. $ Ml In all they' had a most Mr. and Mrs. III rom Plattof Rolling Green Academy; Du- area within the city limits,"
t in the Shlinu :mil, I'JIIJ'I..I- relle Box, Columbia High Starnes said. "But we do thinkIt
pleasantovaw and stated Jacksonville were the week- The annual Spring Music KEYSTONE MELROSE
.'tr ment. tlis.shopping: in the different end guests of Mr. and Mrs. School, Lake City; James Concert will be held Tues Is only fair that they pay -
It's nice SI I., Dugger Hawthorne
to sec Mi. "out of this world! High their share of the cost for
port! was Jimmj Bell. 22.
day, May at 8
McKaj out drlunr IIi, cat School and Karl Steuerleln p.m.
; In theWoman's Club; the area in Clay County lying iUSINESS DIRECTORY
again after his loiv. convale Interlachen High School.
/: I'licilla Dodd outside our city limits
presently Joey Kelsey, son of Mrs. The Keystone School's Senior -
scence. attending Hob .tones! Inlver- lames Trlest, who was hurt Chorus, Senior Band If we have to go to an area
o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000
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Y : in a motorcycle accident and Beginning Band will par- concept on our project, FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES | HARDWARE GARDEN
!3 some weeks ago, is now a big one for Mrs. Leon ticipate, presenting musical Starnes said. It is estimated
ONLY THE VERY RICH home and recovering nicely Wagner of Lake Geneva. She selections In all area.b008ooooooooo that the Clay County a- HARDWARE
SLIMS J.
w from a compound fracture. had as her guests her daugh- rea would be 60 per cent V stage
He will have to be in his ters, Mrs. Mark Childs of oooo ANDiARDEN

; CAN AFFORD CHEAP cast for around six weeks. Sandy Austin, Utah and Mrs. Forst where they visited their Sylvia Dodd Fish :TTStuff cENTER
of Ashland, Maine.
daughter, her husband and
Mr.and Mrs. Hill Brannon Mrs. Wagner's granddaughter's two children, Mr.and Mrs. Live Bait A complete line of Hdw.
AIR CONDITIONINGQuality have returned after spendinga Mrs. Lester Stevensand Peter Bowers, Missy and Is HonoredA Crlckeu.Shinne.Wom. BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS

week in :New Orleans where Roberta Moreau, also Teresa in Chevy Chase, Md. Minnows Plumbing & Electrical Supp.
Work Doesn't Cost It Pays they attended the Southern of Maine, and her Great- They stated they had a very t ShowersMiss TACKLERODSREELSFISHING Gro'Tone Fertilisers

Automotive Show.A granddaughter, Kathy Stevens. leisurely trip up and back. (Insecticides
BROWN REFRIGERATIONAIR On the down to Florida & HUNTING
way Lumber 8
Sylvia Dodd, daughterof > Building Materials
little news to all you Mrs. Stevens will pick up Mr.and Mrs. Dick Deutschof LICENSES AMMUNITION
Mrs. Fred Dodd
was Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From Light
CONDITIONING fisherman! I understand her husband at Fort Gordon Columbia City, Ind. and honored with a miscellaneousbridal ICE
there are some big Bass where he Is presently sta- Mrs. Allen Shively of Churu- shower April 24 by Keystone Hgts. 473-4357 Keystone Heights 473.3663
WEATHERTON HEAT PUMPS being caught in Lake Geneva. tioned before going to Ger- busco, Ind. were house guests the Ladies of the Hope Bap-
The last one I heard many. of Ken and Ann Cooper. tist Church. CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION AIR CONDRobbie's
26. S. Walnut St. Starke 964-7731 about was ten pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker Dick enjoyed the fishing and On April 26, Sylvia, bride

Mother's Day weekend was have just vacation returned in the from north aweek's caught a 9 pound bass while elect of Jerry Benjamin Ford, THEISES TV &
i here. was honored with another APPLIANCE
shower at the home of Belle Camp

I Mr. and Mrs.Mike Redfearn Gnann in Theresa. Troller Sales QtIt151U..
and daughters, Kathy and June, Sylvia received many beau-
have returned after spendinga tiful and useful gifts from safety Low Gas C.G. TV STERO

"" few days in Disney World her hostesses and guests. Price and Gators on lot CAR AND PORTABLE

and visiting friends in that Hi Low Exclusive TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL

MALONESuper area.A KeystoneCalendar Towing Insurance RESIDENTIAL AND

special welcome to Key- PROP AIR
W. ROBINSON. CONDITIONING
JAMES
J
stone, Corey's I Mr. and
MrC_ Cnr..v. end their 3.5 Miles S. Of Keystone, SALES & SERVICE
ANNZJERARYs' two' 475-2035
; son's have recently purchased
the Durbln home on THURSDAY, May 17- KEYSTONE 473-1651
Brownie Troop 398, Com-
Lake Geneva.
munity Church Ed. Bid., 3:15: REAL ESTATE AUTO SERVICE


that We're Mike also and Sandy glad to Adams see P.m.Band Aides Meeting, Band Richard T. Lovorn KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE

Room, 7 p.m. Keystone School
of lake Gainesville place have on Geneva.boughta PTSA General Meeting,Key f Rag. Real Estate Broker 'Front End AlignmentSpeedLAKE

They will continue to live stone Gymnasium, 8 p.m. Wheel 1 Balancing
PROPERTIES

Gl/ mourest. the Super Buy of 1913 in Gainesville have many, but opportunitiesto they hopeto Keystone Ladles Golf Golf Course.Association, RESIDENTIALa.. Aic Conditioning Service-

spend weekends and their FRIDAY May 18- BUSINESS ACREAGE e Brake Service
,
vacations in
summer Key-
stone. Mike is the Rotary Club, 12 noon, Ma- INSURANCE 'Lubrication-Oil ChanBe-
... son sonic Hall. Pro. Chr. Bill
of Tune
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Up'Goodyear
1 Ir Adams. Harrington, Program: Mike Keystone Hgts. 473.3254
I Farenhalt with the Secret 473.4692 Tires

Sympathy is extended to Service. Edna Knepper -473-4111
Gerry Gault whose mother Bingo, St. Williams Church
passed away last week. Hall, 7:30 p.m. Martha Durbin 473-3362 1 BLK. Off E. 21 and 1 BLK.
Athletic Banquet, Swedish Jim Fox -473-4148'' N. Off 100

Jim and Betty Zowarkawere House In Gainesville. C.B. McAfee 473-4050 KEYSTONE HOTS. 473-4052

guests last week of
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Williams, SATURDAY, May 19- BEAUTY SHOP S. E.: cKa! y, !Realtor

of Jacksonville, at the new Harry Chapin Memorial
t tit Thunderbird Dinner Theatre Day, Sportsman's Club, Key- NelV S.E. McKAY REALTOR

where they enjoyed "Manof stone Airport, 12 noon. Beauty Style Shot Member of Society
LaMancha" staring Howard Bingo, American Legion of Residential Appraisers
'
Keel. Hall, 7:30 p.m.SUNDAY "For a l
Serving This Area For 26 Years
I have observed much "hus you"Phone -
tle and bustle" over the May 20- / ) Mrs. Melba Ilgen 473-4740
it weekend with Betty and Bert's Visit the Church of your velier4 Vlrs. Dolores Gilmore 473-3600

.I. :. Craft Shop moving to their Choice.. B. 4 Mrs. Joanne Gassett 475-1622'
new location: which is where
the Nearly New Shop was MONDAY, May 21- .Ir. Leslie Robinson 4751035HomesAcreageRentals
t Atslltrr l located. St. Williams Altar Society Heights >- ,
I1 4tt1 I Meeting, 9 ajn.Community *" .

,i Twin or Full Size I Col. and Mrs. Ed Whenery, Church All Cir- Melrose 'F. Office Phone 4734816Lan.II'
Mittrns Bo Scott Col. and Mrs. cles Luncheon, Ed.Bld.,12:30.
: or Spring QUEEN SIZE 189.95 son ,
; 'lnn.riprlng or Foim Rubber' Lee Tuck, Col. and Mrs. Rebecca Circle Meeting,
:III ',-0-_".__ KING SIZE 259.95 John Fondren, Lt. Col. and Mrs. George Sweet's home, Boutique l\ Rays Shell

Mrs. John Jett, son Bobby, 8 p.m. Styles and Accessories,/j; Wrecker Service
all of Moody AFB In Georgia; Girl Scout Senior Troop We monitor enannek 13 C.B.
; SAVE $40 A SET! Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Cobry 99, Elaine Henderson's home, For The Complete 24 [HRS .If/I'
of Gainesville and Mr. and 7 p.m. Woman r;

: Mrs. Pete Esterbrook of Boy Scout Troop 105, Ma- Hwy 21 D.tw..nK ServiceKeystone ..
A NEW SPACE AGE BOX SPRING'
:j Jacksonville were the week- sonic Hall, 7:30 p.m. _y>ton_ It Mulroi AAA
end guests of Jim and Fran
'J: [; ;* ::4: :: EXTRA FIRMFASHION Chessington. TUESDAY, May 22- 475-53H Day Call 473-3083

.r. .0. DESIGN ALL PUFF-QUILTED COVER Keystone Woman's Club i Nights 475-2838
Congratulations to Christy Luncheon and Business MeetIng -
FOAM SPACE-AGE EXTRA FIRM
BOX SPRING Newman daughter of Mr. noon. FIN Dirt _Electrical Contractor
r and Mrs. Chuck Newman.for Keystone School Choral and
10 YEAR GUARANTEE earning between a 3.0 and Band Concert, Woman's Club, Beach Sand Bell Electric
Only this box spring i I.... and having her 8 p.m. Co.
CLIMATIZED. NO MOLD, MILDEW OR ODORS 3.49 average Clay FillTractor '
.., 1 ALL FOAM. tnd..., oworv suof..Inch of yN .... NON-SAG CONSTRUCTION name appear on the Dean's Bradford Clay County James W. Bell, Owner
-' .no** .e.i-.n,1.-x .no twyl. List at St. John's River Board of Realtors Meeting, Work
2 .*...wood KMVV duly b M.to 109 yvwt of MtttftcMryMwM CORRECT SLEEPING COMFORT UNIT Junior College. Keystone Golf and Country Hank BrunlngKEYSTONE
3 wfl-4.-.fw,iMfinsj boouty and.hiiunou*-- ADJUSTS AND SUPPORTS TO MEET Club. CommercialResidential
-.-"'-"-"' THE SLEEPER'S NEEDSc Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wharton Boy Scout Troop 574, Faith HEIGHTS

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: .. past weekend, traveling Girl Scout Cadet Troop Electrical Fixtures-
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to Tampa to attend the organizational 190, St. Anne's Episcopal, Range Hoods

if. meeting of the 7 p.m. LAKE GENEVA Keystone Hgts. 473-3602:
Florida Central Dispatch
Josephine Reed Vice WEDNESDAY May 23- CONTRACTORS
if.I nM President Mrs. and Cashier of the Election for Junior Commission AUTO SERVICE

eSDenmark Furniture Co. Of State Bank and Regional Triangle Enterprise
outFtttE Starke Keystone Vice President of the Girl Scout Junior Troop, Inc. JOHNSON AUTO TUNE UP

National Association of Bank St. Anne's Episcopal, 3:15 General' Contractors 'General Repairing -
. Engine.
Women, Florida Region, attended P.m. Commercial Residential Minor Machine Rebuilt
Work
::, the Board Meeting Licensed Insured -Automatic Transmission Shop -
: Monday, May 14, which will beheld Featuring Air Conditioning
at the First National Anyone wishing to add their Tires
Kansas City,Missouri. meeting dates on this weekly The Lindal Cedar Home Batteries
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BLANDING, FLA., see, will report Sunday. Units Pensacola are scheduled to
VCI Club HouseThe May 12--One down and four to from Jacksonville, Miami and train. I

For All-Sports AwardBradford go.
That's the number of group -
13th Annual Flower lizes six new permanent still scheduled to use Camp
Show opens today at the Union greenhouses and one acre of Blanding as a training site this
High's Athletic In the conference meet as follows: football 10 basketball Correctional Institution 70 per cent shaded area. Approximately summer following completionlast SPRING
; located SR
Department
after a letdown clubhouse across -
2,500 rooted cut- weekend of the first two-
expected due to players quit- 4 baseball
O. track 8
during Basketball season,,still ; ; golf 16 from the administration
ing the team during a dress 2; totaling 24 points. tings are propagated annually week encampment of the Flor-
ended up placing second building
in and the orchid collection
Bradford ida National Guard.
code dilemma at BHS
final standings for the Florida placed first In foot- On Thursday the show will is valued at $150,000. Units from the 53d Infantry
High ball, fourth In
Star Conference basketballse- 12 until
All-Sports be from noon
Standings for the whole venth In baseball, secondin open 9 Many training techniquesare Brigade which Is headquartered -
Trophy. Palatka 9 p.m.; on Friday from employed Including the In Tampa left the post
conference are listed: track and fourth in
Palatka South beat out Brad golf am. to 9 p.m.; and on Sat- Inmate
flower shows, and annual last Saturday morning after
South 26 total Brad- (
points in
ford for first place by Just conference competition. urday from 9 tun. till 12 displays at the Jackson- Galvanized And
ford, 24 points Bolles 19; Palatka placed third in completing Its annual 14-day Painted
two points 26-24. It is noon. ville
and Tampa Fairs.
Palatka Souths Clay High 18.; St. Augustine football, sixth in basketball This the show will stay.
straight all sports trophy.second, 13; Suwannee County 12; Fer- first in baseball, first In feature year bromellads and eight Co D 53d Support Batta- Steel Roofing & Siding Sheets :!
Orange Park won two years nandla 12.; and Orange Park track, and sixth in golf. other divisions, including begonias 10 Earn lion units of at Starke was among the
II totem poles dish gardens camp. Lengths To 30" Long <
Bradford's points The post will not stay Idle
ago.According came as
to Athletic Direc- Paul Hutchins plants In wood hang- HonorsAt for long, however. A
tor David Hurse, the basketball ". I '-"baskets, cacti, bonsai,and 2.700 Guardsmen from groupof the GaIT.- 513.25 Per 100 Sq. Ft j
team did not do as well ape plants.by Tallahas-
53rd Signal Group
NEWS ABOUT Winner At Inmates enrolled.uamental SJRJCTen Painted
.' horticulture $23.75 Per 100 Sq. i
It Safe
Play
Speech ContestPaul piugram of the Education Department Ft. <
Bradford
students
at UCI, the show is at When Car Trouble i
St. Johns River Junior Col-
SERVICE MEN considered to be one of the Check For Quantity Discounts f
lege acheived academic excellence -
Strikes On Roml
Hutchins, Jr., son of best in the area and annually -
". .. Mr. and Mis. Paul Hutch- draws a large number of for term n at the
ins of Starke, won first placeIn college.
of
visitors from all parts
Four made it on the President's When mechanical trouble PENTA
Navy Bollerman Fireman extemporaneous speaking! Florida. TREATED POSTS & LUMBER
-- Donald K. Jackson, son of In a speech contest Saturdayat Hosts for the show will be List and six on strikes on the road, thedriver's
=- 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. Lake City Community; Col- the Dean's List. first thought shouldbe
R. D. Massey,superintendent
Students earning recognition to get out of the streamof
Jackson Route 1 lege.
of Starke of
Wilson Bell, supervisor
Ask f,r'k'I I is on a Western Pacific Hutchins also won second education; M. B. Jordan, who on the President's List must traffic, the Florida High- Some Damaged Or Stained Sheets
deployment aboard the air- place In persuasive speaking.He have received a grade point way Patrol said today. AN Low '
heads the vocational agricul- As S8.'iOpr Square
average of 3.5 or better "The driver who stopson
craft carrier USS Coral Sea. Is the only Bradford High
ture and Stanley
Charle program; for the term, while those the road for any reasonIs
A Bradford student to in the
1970 graduate of place con- horti-
Crawford ornamental
High School Starke he join- test in competition with students culture Instructor. appearing on the Dean's List likely to be struck by SEE AT OR CALL
earned between 3.0 and 3.49. another vehicle or some other -
E. I ed the Navy in March, 1971. from Columbia County Jordan says that the horticulture
Grade point average is basedon driver may swerve to
High, according to Mrs. Pa- been
program has very the following scale of avoid him and become Invol-
.af tricia Weeks BHS in-
,
Johns l. speech
p' successful in rehabilitating
1 letter grades: ved In an accident. In either
structor. inmates over the 15 yearsit A-4.0, B-3.0, C-2.0, etc. case, the driver of the stop- Farm M B\Jildin\
Know Two other BHS students, Dur- art
Somon In has been In operation.
t Starke Students on the Prosident's ped vehicle has set the stage
Barbara Vallnsld and Steve Supply
A. t
said, 159
ing that time he "
"Last fall my power saws Hall participated In the con- and list are Clark Ha- for an accident stated Co-
were stolen from the buildIng inmates have been trained zen, Becky Jackson, Kelly lonel Eldrlge Beach, Patrol

site planking fell from ."I"ltave It was LCCC's first attemptto released some are to operating good jobs their, own and Richards Those ,on and the Patricia Dean's Teske.list director.The director urged driversto Hiway 301 South Starke. Fh.
sponsor a public speakingand
causing a
our truck passIng businesses.
are Terry Brown, Deborah get far enough off the
oral interpretation con- Phone ((904)) 964-8917
car to crash a sub More than 1,200 kinds of Dukes
Mark Graudons.Lynn road so that they can move
contractor took his money them call the CRISIS$ test. Sixteen and two schools BHS were and Columbia Invited -- plants are being used which In uti-the Greene, Wendy 'Teske and around the car without being
teaching
but left me with his bills. CENTER any tim day or High, attended."Christopher program Mary Wager. struck by passing traffic.
Does the Charley E.Johns
Agency have complete insurance jnlght;804 SW 2nd 'Av. j Columbuswas -__aA 'lrwrwnrea.ewmlrr..

to protect a build- 'For help with; a varl.tof responsible for the think- I

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lAccca oooocuaIIIIIOO: : : Legal Notices aUClClClOOClClDClClODcaaao SERVICE MEN LAW TE Y I



"BIDS FOR RADIO -
and marked
(c..t'4 ,,_P,_.,....., EQUIPMENT". The CHURCH SCHEDULES By EllnttwOt Terry Higginbotham and family Mr.

2" ftS Ir 0034 Board reserves the right to AND ACTIVITIES and Mrs. Konnle Sapp and
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vuv 000T 0"UOUPLe S O+4.2AGLP 1'1' INC coy Lot 1001 N. t7TM!OR004 0-eo reject any or all bids. Grace United Methodist A. P. Mailman of Keystone ford and family Mrs. Hester Dale Norman were guests ata
o. al 1 3 Cp PR PI 6 GnT Hicks and Mr. and Mrs.
P. ep 4 581'4 el' 341oP L rT 4 Heights and Hermie Kelly
Dlac 6a-e71.Le4$ fuo PCLI .W"4 P. U" .V 0' FY PCPT For exact specifications and Church Sunday School 9:45: barbecues at the
on supper
90-79.04 y.00.08 .. O. J. Anders attended Long
ao.cu NNO904.Oc4 visited John J. Kelly of De-
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-Sla-49-. .n.4.n6-Oa7 9ae.e7 eA fl/1 rL /,4.TP 2.I NI Irw additional Information, call a.m. Worship Services II a.m. Branch Baptist Church for home of Mr. and Mrs. George
;;---- ; ------------------------ 4e6as70es (904) 964-5457 or contact the and 7 MYF 7 land on Wednesday.Mrs. Mrs.
22 .oooccLlwI ------- p.m. Monday Mother's ,Day services. After Sapp, honoring Daisy
,. O'CAR ;;ii; Director of Civil Defense, Wesley Thomas and
CCw AT .ec. AC "A''NO. .1/4 .ee erR 01' .AV I eoo "R p.m. followed by Choir Prac- Jay of Live Oak, were the services they had a Starling on Mother's Day.
w '0... 46 TO LIAp c" sOC W 00' CCA Bradford County Florida. son Mrs. harold Jones of Jack-
TaN0f14 '.lEla.e ..1008.. '','S ..... BOARD OF COUNTY COM- tice.Mrs. dinner guests of her parents dinner on the grounds.
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George with
-- Roberts Sr. sonville Sunday her
-'--------- University spent
-- Priscllla Tanner the
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*a as ee eesieciooNCKVAK -'--'--------- MISSIONERS BRADFORD Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore -
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THARLPV 0 FT AL ev 1 0 H10sjr of Starke gave luncheon on of South Florida at mother Mrs. Ruby Wllker-
NW TO fs.'s-nS. LAMB.OC' T'."T'. !+'TO OUR..OS POR a 1.0'. aT.' W .3T' COUNTY STARKE FLORIDABy Wednesday May 9, for Mrs. on Saturday.Mrs. Nell. Dobbs and children Tampa, spent Thursday and son, for Mother's Day.
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-- parents
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and her cousin Mrs. Lee and John spent the
son, ,
04M11LCT and Mrs. L. S. Tanner.
WNI.IAO| IDA C Mrs. Ernest Hewitt, of Tallahassee -
.0 IN IKCIAh DC4c. UNIT 1 PT 1 "C" 420 .5/10 2t 5/17 I Abbie Warner of Connecticut. Lorene Smith David and weekend with Mr. Lee's bro-
.... and Mr. and Mrs.
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Elaine and
Wylie
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granddaughter -
C10'AIR A'CHARD L .n :'I"'I! P.ARL'.T.c0 0492-01 In The Circuit Court Of ,1 l< Lonnie Hitch of Gainesville Burney Tammy of Jackson Dianne Smith of Jacksonville and Mrs. Larry Dubose at
Lev l' 'N 100140 .ACH UNIT 3 50 R/p Florida Mrs. Hal Edwards Ga.
.40 Sl.4, 423.15 .,.S. .... Eighth Judicial Cir- of Kings- ville were dinner guests of and Nathan II. Starling and Decatur
3e- .-12--6207------------------------------69.00- .0. cuit, In And For Bradford d q ley Lake Mrs. Lomie Mos- their parents Mr. and Mrs. family Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ro-
OCubL' .ARLI! IAC 00. 0403.00 County. In Probate Case ] Mrs. Leo Dyal Mrs. sier of Jacksonville visited
0w L.
"rH RO The Starling and family Mr. and
LCTS 1.0 OR NI' "I' "'u" 6 TH.T POAT r.1' a Paul Arlie Dobbs on Saturday.
Lie 2 01'. .aT I'D 21 LCS' OR ** nOv'T LOT' WOICM NO.In Dinkins Mrs. Truby Hewitts remained for longer Mrs. Leslie Phillips, Mr. and his parents Mr. and Mrs.
.. .. ; ; ;; 419.34 !"j 30 + ,
-; 4700.7PLct re Estate of AWE Wainwright, Mrs. Hermie James Rosier on Sunday af-
""- ""-"* Airman First Class Anthony Mrs.
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n 93 it ;;ic.;- ,, S. Wynn son of Mr. and
11NINCLQARICO ff B.ro.K OR family Mr. and Mrs. JameseaeSeSee
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450.73 1.6T '..8T 47.1. .6.... deceased. Starke.
and Mrs. Sidney Harbin and
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i-- n2T0-a.r0On ----- NOTICE
22 ; : OF PROBATE
,. MSfSeSTKoSr >S"TM A i' To all Function Highland Baptist Church- Donna treated their parents i iI
LCT rp UMT 2 rr uSWS.T11" persons Interested Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Darneld.to NEED A, HIGH SCHOOL;
.--:107.eo.------".a1.-----..-.e.----.42-.S8- ale.o.' In the estate of paid dece- 5. Revenue Receipts Subsidiary Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Wor- a Mother's Day dinner on I II
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J. R. KELLY dent: Ledger Function ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 >
Sunday evening. I
TAX You General Prayer Meeting Wednesday DII LJ\' t ?
COLLECTOR are hereby notifed 6. Ledger Function p.m. Mrs. SelmaEumlce was dis- ;
BRADFORD COUNTY Ft that a written instrument 7. Inventory (Stores & Sup- 7:30: p.m. followed by missed from Baptist Hospital -

Will purporting and Testament to be the of Last said plies 8. )Fixed Function Assets Functiona. Choir Practice. Jacksonville will spend some on time Saturdayand with I A. GET A FDIPLOMA 1,1113111 toiUITI

decedent has been admitted General Fixed Assetsb. PERSONALS her son-in-law and daughter VL'1ENe
PUBLIC HEARING to probate In this Court. Utility Fixed Assets Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Tes- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thompson I /

PLACING MOBILE HOMEA You are hereby commanded Including Depreciation ton of Jacksonville were and family on Crosby I
Public Hearing will be held at the City Hall, Starke, within six calendar months 9. Preparation of Financial guests of their brother and Lake. I I ICED ) I

Fla., Tuesday May 22, 1973 at 7:30: P.M. for the from the date of the first Statementsa. sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Boyerof REQUIREMENTS
following purpose: publication of this Noticeto Balance Sheetb. Earl Teston and family on Tampa, were guests of their : I

Robert GrifQs appear In this Court and Revenue Compared Estimated Saturday afternoon. brother-in-law and sister, 1. I 18 Years Of ,\
To place a Mobile Home on my property located at show cause, if any you Revenuec. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore ge.
29-6S-22E can, why the action of this Expenditures Compared of Graham visited Mrs. Joyce on Tuesday. I 2. Oul OF Public School

Commence at NE Cor of SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 & Run Court in admitting said Will to Appropriations Futch In Bradford County Mr. and Mrs.. C. K. Cowan I I

W 250 Ft. S. 65 Ft. for a Point of Beginning. Then to probate should not stand 10. Capability of Magnetic Hospital Starke and also and son, Bryan, Mr. and Mrs. Si\ Moulds.

run W. 100 Ft.. S. 100 Ft. E. 150 Ft. N. 50 Ft. W. 50 unrevoked. Striped Sheets their parents Mr. and Mrs. John Robert Cowan and daughter I
:3. -Your I
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Ft. N. 50 Ft to POB. First Publication on : May Bids will also include the Harold Eunice Monday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Julius
All Interested parties will be heard at this time.L. 10. 1973. expected date of Installationand Beach Mr. and Mrs. C. K. I I. Transcript "Seeded Sliouin
George L. Patten date when the machinecan Friends of Leon Starlingare rIli
M. Gaines Chairman Zoning Board Circuit North and family all of Jacksonville -
Merrill Edwards: Judge Bradford County. be operational.The happy to learn that he \ Mr. and Mrs. Don I i .,h
City Clerk 5/10 4t 5/31 City reserves the rightto was able to return home last Roberts and family of Lake r- I

5/3 3t 5/17 waive Informalities in any Friday after surgery In St. City Mr. and Mrs. S. L. AMERICAN GOVT. OR CIVICS

In The Circuit Court Of bid; to reject any or all bids Vincent's Hospital. Swindell and family and Mrs. -- AMERICAN HISTORY
Florida in whole or in part, with or Mrs. Elsie Norman was a
Edith
hosts for
Eighth Swinney were
Judicial Cir- -- AMERICANISM VS COMMUNISM. t
NOTICEIn said Court, County Courthouse cuit, In And For Bradford without cause, and/or to accept Monday overnight guest other a family dinner honoring their
The Circuit Court of the Bradford County Florida, County. Case No. the bids that in its judge- mother Mrs. Lissie Starling parents Mr. and Mrs. JohnF. COST: $7.50 For GED Test. t
Eighth Judicial Circuit Florida within six months from the In Probate. ment will be for the best of Jacksonville Robertson., at the Home-
In and For Bradford date of the first publicationof In re: Estate of MARY Interest of the City of Starke Miss Elizabeth Terry wasa stead Restaurant at Keystone TESTING SCHEDULE: June 4.8 t tn.
County. Case if-- this notice. EDNA Florida. Thursday overnight guest Mother's
NEWSOM Heights on Day.
IN RE: Change of Name Each claim or demand must HENDRY NEWSOM, a/k/a EDNA de-- CITY COUNCIL OF TIlE of her sister Gainesville.Mrs. C. E. Mr. and Mrs. John Tye j EARN: CREDITS': roiII < t

of the Minor Children: RO be in writing and must state CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA Strickland, of Jr. and daughter of South Daytona -
SELVA MAE WASHINGTONand the place of residence and ceased.NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Merrill Edwards City Clerk Mrs. L. A. Harper Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Tom-" II. 1 1 scuoo1 HUM. Oil: ,\

EDWARD JOHNSON JUNIOR -<>C ce address of the creditors of the estateof 5/17 3t 5/31 was a guest of her parents my Talley of Gainesville spent

WASHINGTON. claimant and must be swornto MARY EDNA NEWSOME Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt, the weekend with their 1 I REQUIREMENTS: II. I

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO by the claimant, his agent a/k/a EDNA HENDRY NEW- NOTICEI on Friday. She also called on ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Tye,
will not be responsible her sister Mrs.Truman Nor I. 16 > Of
APPLY FOR CHANGEOF or his attorney or it .will SOM, deceased are hereby Sr. cars '1rr.I .
.
NAME become void according to law. for any other bills but my Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Nor-
TO: WILLIE BENJAMIN Each creditor shall deliver notified any claims and or required demands to which file own. Mark Sapp will pay for man.Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Thompson man of Chlefland visited their I 2. \\ itlidraun From llijjlj( i School .

WASHINGTON sufficient copies of his claimto all bills. Joseph L. Quinn. and Danny of Jonesboro Mr. and Mrs. Tru-
parents I
NOTICE they may have against said 2tp 524In Ga., spent Tuesday until Sun- COST: $1.50 Per Trimester (Registration Fee.
Is given that tho enable the Court to mail estate in the office of the man Norman on Sunday especially t
undersigned Petitioner DELILAH each day with their uncle and aunts for Mother's ,
one to personal repre- circuit Judge of Bradford Day. LOCATION
WASHINGTON whose sentative. County Florida, In the court- The Circuit Court Of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harbin Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Williams I

residence address is P. O. Dated April 23, A. D. 1973 house at Starke Florida, The 8th Judicial CircultInAnd and Mrs. Gaynell Mooty. and Hal and Mrs. Nell '! nI.,1DEonr1.nIoI' f IKF r 1 \f'f
Mrs. Essie Green and Mr. I
Box 95, Lawtey Bradford Clara F. ColsonAs within six calendar months For Bradford County.Flo- Williams of Wellborn, were
County Florida, intends to Executrix of the Last rida. and Mrs. Larry Toner and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert '
from the date of the first
apply to the Honorable Will and Testament of, Hur- publication of this notice. CASE NO. 73-75. baby of Superior Ariz., are Priest on Sunday afternoon ; VOC; f I77O.VLTECUMC: \ : ; : ilCENTER !

GEORGE L. PATTEN, Judge dia D. Flume Deceased. Each claim or demand must Filed In the office of Clerk spending some time with their : .- I II
of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, First publication on April. ,26, be in writing and must state of Court on the 27 day of brother and sister-in-law Frank Dorman of Jackson- I }
1'1';, in and for Bradford County 1973. -- the ,place of residence and March 1973 ,at 8:29 M.Cllbert Mr. and Mrs. Harold .Eunice ville spent last Thursday with I Ie1
at his Chambers in the Brad- George L. Patten post office address of the S. Brown By BE, D.C. and also their brother-in-law his sister Mrs. Bryant Red- I 609 N. Orange: St. Phone 964 6150
.. ford County Court (House, at Circuit Judge claimant and must be swornto JEROLD HENRY MATH- and sister Mr. and Mrs. Carl dish. -e 0 S e S e S e e i S-ere

::1 3:00 P.M. on May 29, 1973, 4/26 4t 5/17 by the claimant, his ENY, Petitioner and DIANE Thompson and family of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shu-
or as soon thereafter as Petitioner his RAY MATHENY, Respondent. Crosby Lake.NEWS .
agent, or attorney or .
may be heard for it will become void accord- NOTICE OF ACTIONTO II I I
: an Order changing Petition NOTICEIn Ing to law.Dated : DIANE RAY MATHENY -. .,. .. '
er's minor children's names The Circuit Court of Flo- this 1st day of May a/k/a DIANE RAY MARTINEZ

from ROSELVA MAE WASHINGTON rida, Eighth Judicial Circuit, A. D., 1973.Charles 2120 or 2021 Airline Drive ABOUTSERVICE
and EDWARD JOHN- In and For Bradford County A. Howe Administrator Houston Texas.
SON JUNIOR WASHINGTONto Florida. Case No. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
of the Estate of MARY
EDWINA DENISE JOHN- IN PROBATEIN EDNA NEWSOM a/k/a EDNA a Petition Dissolution: MEN

: SON and EDWARD JOHNSON RE: Estate of LILLIAN HENDRY NEWSOM, deceased. of Marriage has been filed

JUNIOR, by which name the GERTIiUDE PHELPS, deceased First publication on May against you In the above nam- I I

minor children shall there- 10, 1973. ed Court, and you are required -
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo 4
after be known. 5/10 4t 5/31. to serve a copy of recently helped launcha r
All Creditors and Per-
DATED at Starke Bradford your answer or pleading on U. S. Air Force Minuteman ?,,,-
County Florida, this 23rd day sons [Having Claims or Demands the Petitioner's attorney n Intercontinental ballistic .- j
of April 1973.DELILAH Against Said Estate: In the Circuit Court of Flori- CAROL WILD SCOTT 11 missile from VandenbergAFB

WASHINGTON You and each of you are da, Eighth Judicial Circuit, West University Avenue Calif.

Petitioner hereby notified and requiredto In and for Bradford County.In Gainesville Florida 32601 Airman, Wynn a missile me-

RICHARD E. WELTY present any claims and Probate Case No. and file the original answeror chanic with the 341st Strate-
SHAW AND KOPELOUSOSP. demands which you or either In re: Estate of Avie L. pleading in the office of gic Missile Wing from Malm-

O. BOX 1086 of you may have againstthe Pearce a/k/a Avle: Lou the Clerk of the Circuit Strom ABV Mont., traveledto
Starke, Florida 32091 estate of LILLIAN GERTRUDE Thompson Pearce. deceased. Court in and for Bradford Vandenberg for the mIs-
Attorneys for Petitioner PHELPS, deceased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS: County Florida, on or before sion.

4/26 4tp 5/17 late of said County, to the All creditors of the estateof 11 of June 1973.If The launch was one In a
Circuit Judge of Bradford AVIE L. PEARCE a/k/a you fall to do so, judge- series of operational testing
County Florida, at his office AVIE LOU THOMPSON ment by default will be taken launches conducted by the

NOTICEIn in the Court House of Pearce deceased are here against you for the relief Strategic Air Command CiAC).
The Circuit Court of Flo- said County at Starke Florida by notified and required to demanded in the petition. The missile selected at ran-

rida, Eighth Judicial Circuit, within Six (6) calendar file any claims or demands The issue of custody Is in- dom from those on alertat
In and For Bradford CountyIN months from the time of the which they may have against volved. Malmstrom was trans- BARTRAMJ
PROBATEIN first publication of this no said estate In the office WITNESS my hand and seal with its maintenanceand
ported-- .
RE: The Estate Of JohnD. tice. Each claim or demand of the Circuit Judge of Brad- this 27 day of March, 1973. launch crews--to Vanden- ( &. 9:1,'

Rogers, deceased shall be in writing and shall ford County Florida in the GILBERT BROWN berg.

NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo state the place of residenceand Courthouse at Starke Florida, CLERK, By: Betty Edwards The crews operated from
all creditors and per- post office address of the within six calendar months Deputy Clerk. the Vandenberg control cen-
sons having claims or demands claimant, and shall be swornto from the date of the first monitored the
ter where
they School offers
against said Estate: by the claimant, his agentor publication of this notice. 5/17 4t 6/7 missile
You and each of you are his attorney and any such Each claim or demand must When the launch message was strong college oriented program for day and resident girls in grades 5

hereby notified and required claim or demand not so filed be in writing and must state In The Circuit Count In The received from SAC headquarters through 12. The School emphasizes advanced preparation in such areas as

to present any claims and shall be void. the place of residence and Eighth Judicial Circuit,In And the crews reacted laun- the languages, the humanities, mathematics, and sciences in addition to
demands which either post office address of the
you or /sClaire Phelps Chiapplni ching the missile as they would
claimant and must be For Bradford County Fla. unusual in art, music and dramatics.
of you, may have againstthe as Administratrix estate sworn Case 73127In from their home base in a opportunities
No.
Estate of John D. Rogers Of LILLIAN GERTRUDE to by the claimant, his agent, combat operation.
!
ANTONIO
Petition of
late of Lake County or his attorney or it will re:
deceased PHELPS, deceased. RIVERA and ELOISE RIVERA Airman Wynn Is a 1971 grad-
Illinois to the Circuit Judgein First publication April 26, become void according to NOTICETO uate of Bradford High School. Bartram School is an independent, non-profit institution with no formal

and for Bradford County 1973. law.Dated : Margaret Jenson, c/o Department religious affiliations and includes girls from all religious, racial and ethnic
Florida in his office in the this 1st day of May,
4/26 4t 517NOTICE
of Public Health and 'X'
Courthouse of said County at A.D., 1973. W w backgrounds.
Starke Florida, within six James Harold Sapp Execu- Welfare San Francisco California -

(6) calendar months from the FOR BIDS tor of the Estate of AVIEL. Betty J. Griffls, 20, daugh-
PEARCE a/k/a AVIE You are notified that the a- ter of !Mr. and Mrs. Dennis committed the total life of
time of the first publicationof The Board of County Commissioners ANTONIO Bartram School is deeply to so influencing our

this notice. Each claimor Bradford County LOU THOMPSON PEARCE bove-named RIVERA Petitioner and ELOISE W. Grifds of Route 1 I. Box student that she is able to take her proper place in a woman's world going
demand shall be in writingand Florida, will be deceased. 267, Starke, has entered the
Starke RIVERA. his wife, have filed social changes. Our concern is her future her total future.
shall state the place of accepting bids until 10:00: a.m., GEORGE H. PIERCE Attor- U.S. Air Force's Delayed Enlistment through great
ney P.O.Drawer 1030 Starke a petition in the abovestyledCourt Program (DEP). is and comprehensive conceived,
residence and Post Office address Monday May 21, 1973 at the the That is why ours an imaginative program
of
for the adoption
of the Claimant and Bradford County Courthouse Florida 32091 minor child named in that planned and directed by a superb faculty. Though attuned to today's
shall be sworn to by the Clai- Postoffice Drawer B, Starke First publication on May As a member of the DEP
back
petition and are comman- changing world, Bartram remains proud of its traditions, dating to
10 1973. you Airman Griffls has already
mant, his agent, his attorney Florida, 32091 for the following ,
and any such claim or demandnot ded to serve a copy of your begun accruing time In the the mid-1930s when a group of prominent Jacksonville families founded

so filed shall be void. 1 onlyENCODER equipment: Model 5/10 4t 5/31 written defenses,Petitioners'attorney if any on Air Force for pay purposes Bartram to provide their daughters with sound academic training as wellas ,
Dudley P. Hardy although she did not enter active -
Charles M. Gadd, Jr.
Administrator TE10 Dual-Tone Single whose address is duty status until May 17, developing qualities of character, integrity, independence and good
as Ancillary button with common first NOTICE P. O. Drawer 730 Starke be traced in the distinguished
C.T.A. of the Estate of JohnD. 1973. She boarded a com- judgment. Bartram's success can
tone. Tone Board for eight The City of Starke Florida 32091 on or before
Flori- mercial airliner to Lackland
Deceased. of its the
Rogers, r achievements graduates
codes with necessary attachments da Invites bids 10 and file the over years.
4/26 4t 5/17 for an accounting July 1973 Air Force Base Texas where
and hardware to machine to fit the original with the Clerk of she will undergo six weeks

be compatible with Motor specifications and purposesas this Court either before ser- of basic training The Starke
NOTICEIn ola Base Station Model C- Bartram accommodations for resident students and encourages
Court Judi- outlined. Bids will be received vice on Petitioners' attorneyor native has successfully com- provides
The Circuit of Florida, In 73MHB3140BRR2 Hi-Band at the City Clerk's immediately thereafter; pleted a series of tests which five-day boarders from the Greater Jacksonville area. Bartram welcomes
cial Circuit ,
County.In Frequency 153.920 MHz Office, City of Starke Flo- otherside a default may be qualified her to enter the com- interest.
and for Bradford
HURDIA 33 onlyRECEIVER, Ten- rida until 7:00: O'clock P.M. entered against you for the munication center specialist your
Re: Estate of Ten, Model 9010 Dual Tone on June 5th, 1973.Bids will Include relief demanded in the pe- field of training.
FLUlDeceased..
D. 120 volts AC. 60 Hertz 12
total
a purchase
price
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo volts DC, with DC power with a trade-in allowance for: WITNESS my hand and the Airman Griffls was enlisted -

all creditors and demands all Cord, and with rechargable One (I) Burroughs E-4000 Ma- seal of the Court at Starke Into the Air -rorce by Ser- 3a For further information write to

persons having claims or nickel-cadmium battery chine Serial No. E-0164807.) Florida, this 11th day of May geant Robert Koch of the Mr. Bradford Lamson
against said estate. pack and memory alert 1. Utility Accounts Receiv- 1973. Gainesville Recruiting Office ;Na 3 r
and each of are 2264 Bartram Road
You you light. able Function Billing & Col- GILBERT BROWN
hereby notified and requiredto 1 onlyREMOTE UNIT Mo- lections. Clerk of the Circuit Court A 1970 graduate of Brad- Jacksonville Florida 32207ortelepbo
present any claims and del T1377AE (Motorola). ford High School in Starke T
either 2. Payroll Function Bv: Donna M. Branson, N" 7 ',_ 1904)) 724-8850
demands which you or Bids may be submitted on. 3. Checkwrlting Function Airman Grlffis was a mem-

of you, may have against equivalent specifications to the 4. Appropriation Expen- Deputy Clerk ber of the school's Yearbook
1 the estate of Hurdla D. Flume above. Bids should be sealed diture Staff
I deceased, to the Judge of the Subsidiary Ledger 5/17 4t 6/7

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.. The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
.. Week O f Practice '

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t TornadoRelayTeamPlaces Reported By Coach Hurse


Another Inter-squad scrim- excusable;" says Coach is the junior-senior game more improvement beforewe says Coach Hurse.
that Is the Friday of May are ready to play becauseof About 100 people watchedthe
age game is set Friday nightat Hurse. We also lost a few
25. We are looking forwardto all the unexperienced play- grid scrimmage last Friday -
7:30 for the Bradford boys on the squad this week
6th In StateTwo football team, the second and, all in all, we had a it but we need a lot ers we are working with," .
this spring,and the public poor week of practice." -..- -.-____,_- o- _
is invited to attend. Players standing out on t tti
No admission will be char- offense and defense this week I
Bradford High track Sheldon Hodge, Vernon Bar- the record in 1971. ged, according Head Football are Stuart Strickland, Mike
It: relay teams competed in ber, and Levy Lennon, sixth The sixth place was sharedby Coach David Hurse. Gaskins, Terry Hayes, Dale
bl l state competition Saturday with a time of 2:00.7 minutes. BHS with Piper High "We have had quite a few Haas, Steve Register, Early
ain Winter Park bringing homei This is Just .3 a second School in Fort Lauderdale. players absent this weekandvery Chandler, Bonnie Sewell,
-i only one sixth place, made off the school record of 2.00.4. BHS received 1/2 point for many of them are un- Tommy Reddish, Dwight Barber -
n by the sprint medley team. The record is held by the placing. Mike Perkins, David
n. The sprint medley team, V. L. Lennon, J. Douglas, The 880 relay team did McMUUan and Charlie Green, \
.( composed of Malachi Henry, and M. Crawford who set not place In the meet but according to Hurse.
.e turned in a time of 1:32.3: "These boys have shown
; 3 BHS Baseballers minutes. This team was that little bit extra have
made up of Malachi Henry, t r improved, and are mostly the
I Venon Barber, Tim Crews, best offensively and defensiv > a

Gain Honors and Levy Lennon. .
ely.Several
a1 All-Loop "Even though our placein players that have
the sprint medley team been plagued by injuries or
.1 Two Bradford High baseball eight votes. Hazen was was sixth, we ran a good other problems are Tim
e players have been voted also a starting pitcher for race and could have been Crews, Larry Sherman, Leonard -
e by coaches onto the 1973 the Tornado nine. anywhere from second to Sapp, and Ronnie Hall.
,c Florida Star All-Conference Green led the entire con- sixth place," says Head Track There are still 43 boys
n. baseball team, and a third ference, eight schools and Coach Grover Howard. out for practice after four
gained honorable mention. 16 players per team In bat "We could have run under players have quit so far
0 On the all-loop squad are ting with his .390 average. two minutes In the sprint this spring.
outfielder Gary Melvein and "In my opinion, he should medley but we had one or "We have an awful lot of
f> third baseman Eddie Hazen, have been one of the first two bad exchanges of the "Rt work to do on pass blocking.
b two seniors. Getting honorable choices for all-conference baton," says Howard. Charlie Green is throwing the ball
Croon fades
J mention notice was junior from our team," Coach Haines City won the over- well but the receivers are
short stop Charlie Green Bushore says. all meet with 55 points followed back to past during an not catching the ball well,"
who led the Florida Star by Bishop Berry High Intor-tquad scrlmage says Hurse.
Conference In hitting with ((5.. Page 11))> last Friday night "In the back of our minds ,
a .390 average but failed ,
1 to make allconferencCoach( SummerBaseball
Steve Bushore feels, because :
I he is a Junior. Police Boys Wins TwiceTo (.

Melvin was the Tornado .,ttcp, M r, I t tr
centerfleldcr. He batted
.340 and received seven Lead Bantam Baseballcount's y j k.t ?'
of eight honors.votes for allconference ProgramIs !

Hazen was named all-con- Police Department won leading hitter. first, Monday, scored threein Charlie Croon gives the ball to his running bock and fakes like ho has It last Fri
ference as a third basemanand SlatedA its opening game Friday night Police spotted Discount the bottom of the second, day night during an intcr-aquad scrimago.t .
he batted .333 for the May 11, by downing Coca three runs in the toP of the then exploded for nine runs
season. He received six of summer baseball pro- Cola 10-0 and then came in the third, on three hits >*********** ** ** ***** ** ** ***
..gram, sponsored by the Starke back Monday afternoon to and five errors, added four o1d1
Recreation Department and take the measure of Sou- more runs in the bottomof 1h>r
301DRIVEIN headed by Coach Bradford Steve High Bu- thern Discount, 15-5, to lead Fishing Contest the fourth to take a 15- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I
Baseball the Bantam League 2-0. 5 victory. Errors were the
shore, will be presented this Also winning opening day name of the game as each STARKE
summer for boys from ISIS games, was Ii POE as It Under Way Now team didn't get very many 1
years old. squeezed by Southern Discount hits. Police had four hits Phone 9646200Rental
There will be two age brac- 11 8, Friday night.
kets. A 13-14 year old group Police used the three hit Fishermen- don't be caught while Discount managed Just 1t !
three. Mike Jackson /
was t i iA
sleeping and forget to sign ,
Show Begins At Sundowt I and a 15-18 year old group. pitching of Dinky Kilby and up In Sllm's-Flsh-N-Stuff the winning pitcher for Police. l Hospital Beds. \Walkers Wheel. Chairs k Crutches..
In the 15-18 group the boys Randy Edmondson to shut ]Is ,
Schedule: Monday, May 21, good supervisor one
ekly and monthly prizes con- KEYSTONE
Starts At 8:30 must be attending high school. out Coke while tapping Coke Southern Discount vs Coca who knows how to step on HEIGHTS f
: ,Over 30 boys have signed up pitchers for 11, hits. Dinky, test.For
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a $1 per month donation Cola 6 p.m., Tuesday, May your toes without messing, Phone 473-3176
F" III iicM, srrrm ( -in the 13-15 age bracket and Kilby led this team at plate 22, Police vs BPOE, 6 p.m..eeeae0e shine." ,;
1)1'ndllr"1 fishermen for the
there will be two Junior teams going three-for-three. Kevin can qualify up your
iliciiiost' iiui,:.: Coach Bushore says. Neel, Byron Roberts and prizes given. -..
piUuroncr! The junior boys group will Mike Jackson collected two Mark Znidorka Hawthorne
94W" 91N N' be practicing Monday, Wed- hits each. and Walter Penrose of Starke : I
nesday, and Fridays starting Leonard Johnson, Kevin have been in the winner's ACREAGEWANTED I II 1
Miller, and John Colllnsworth column every week.
(S.. Page 11)) had singles for Coke. Znodorka was a double win- I I
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BHS Track. KH ManKilled Murder I IIn

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School -with 45 In
up sPOt. Clay High runner placed InAccident I IRichard
tenth, mainly because of Its FSP Stabbing
hurdler Henry Dustin who kl p,/, rr.:
placed Just ahead of BHS -
In the meet, but not far. Williams, 22yearold under control by riot-equip
In the Class 3A state com- Inmate at Florida State ped guards, but. seven Inmates -
Prison, baa been charged with
petition there were hospitalized with
were anywhert A Keystone area man, DonUd -
from 75 to 100 : first degree murder In the stab wounds and broken
schools pre Elam Glisson 26, was ,__ I" Jaws,
sent at the meet. Schools found dead Monday morning stabbing death Jimmy Free- while 38 others suffered minor -
did not take I man, 23, In the prison gym Injuries.
the full team after his pick-up truck left '
In but regional Just those competition.that qualified SRS-214 and crashed, the Smith Sunday Lake night Road Intoa /> I(l///J//I/ ;;// .il ) shortly The charge after against 6 p.m.Williams Sunday. Investigate The FBI the was riot.Rotarians called. In to

It followed an Investigation of
"With the 880 relay team borrow J
again In deep clay pit.Time I the Incident by the State At-
regional,
bled. We stretched we gam-our of the accident has .-....,' I torney's office In Gainesville.A .
zones and handed off at the been placed at approximately .. .-- -. Bradford County grand Hear
maximum point and two bad 11 p.m. Sunday, May 13, by .. -....' HIIIII' Jury has been empaneled and Program On
will convene June 5 to hear
hand-offs cost the Florida Highway Patrol. \ :;
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kind
any .
of place,"says Coach Howard. Gllsson was apparently on his .. .... witnesses In the case. Shrine Hospital
way home when the accident Circumstances surroundingthe
occurred. Inn stabbing had not been released -
Holiday Receive Service AwardsFour
Summer Mrs. Lora Glisson reportedher Employees Tuesday by the State J. M. Hardy, Jacksonville
husband missing Sunday Attorney's office, but It was business and civic leader,told
Baseball night when he failed to come Holiday Inn employees with the Starke Inn Friday from Mississippi Management President Mike learned that three other Inmates the history of the Shriners
home and friends searchedbut since It opened seven years ago received pins In Sturdivant, left; Earle Jones, Mississippi Management Charles Smith, Ron- founding and operation of hospitals -
(From: Peg I 10} failed to find Glisson. recognition of their service last Friday. They are vice-president, and Ron Caiman, Innkeeper. Each employee ald Anderson, and Morris for crippled childrenat
Signs of where the Glisson 0-r) Agnes Goodwlne, Eloulse DtSue, Lucille Carter, was congratulated by the management team Kyle, were Injured In the in- the Rotary Club luncheon
June 4 and will start competition vehicle left SRS-214 could and Willie B. Brown. which visited the Starke Inn for the occasion, with cident. All of the men Involved meeting Wednesday, May 9.
between teams outsideof not be seen In the darkness special recognition going to those with the Inn since were white. The speaker said that the
Some 35 Inn eirmlovees received service pins It nnntwd. Freeman was serving a 32- Shriners were originally star
Starke June 11. Sunday night, according to _._ _.
------- --- --------. -------- -- - -- --
The senior group will prac- FHP Trooper R. V. Myersof --- --- --- ---------------- year sentence on a rioting ted as a social organization,
tice Tuesdays and Thursdays Keystone Heights, the homicide service and repair department Jr.; his parents, Elam Glls charge. Williams was serv- but later decided they need-
starting June 5\*\ and will play Investigator. son, Keystone Heights, and ing a five-year sentence from ed a worthwhile project to
the first game June 18. This "The truck was hidden deep Mrs. Mildred Gibson, Immo- Softball TournamentSet Hernando County on an escape sponsor, and the first crippled
group will be playing In conference Glisson's body and wrecked In the clay pit not visible kalee; 2 sisters Mrs. Sylvia charge. children's hospital was
truck were found about 9 a.mfc from the road," says Trooper Another stabbing Incident opened In Shreveport In 1911.
other teams competition that would and like any Monday morning by a Clay E. Myers. Potts and Betsy Gllsson, LIn- Here Mav 2327Baldwin occurred almost simultan- The Shrine now operates 19
to play.' lectrtc repair crew combing "You could see where the den, N. C.Services. eously Sunday night In another orthopedic hospitals In the
The teams will have two the area In search of the truck had slid off If you were were held Wednesday Chevrolet-Olds will at 10 D. and H. Construction part of Florida State U. S., Canada, and Mexico,
games per week for each lea- missing man. Glisson wasa looking specifically for that.It morning In DeWitt burial C.In sponsor a Memorial Day of Gainesville will face Law- Prison (old East Unit) when and treatment has been given
gue for a five week season. Clay Electric employee in tore a hole In the fence Jones Chapel with slow pitch Softball Tourna- tey Skating Rink. Charles Smith, 36, was cut to more than 170,000 child-
charge of the Cooperative's but It wasn't that evident.'; Gadara ment May 23-27 at West Other teams In the tourny In a fight with Morris Kyle, ren. Burns Institutes for the
Cemetery.:1 side Park beginning Wednes- are Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds ,32, In the facility's "K"wing, treatment of children with severe
Gllsson was traveling northon : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::\ : burns In
SRS-214 when his right : day at 7:30 P.m of Starke, Waldo Crickets a cell block of the prison.In are operated
-x, SHOP OURNURSERY front tire dropped off the I Card Of Thanks ;j I$; Cunningham.iUJI of Key- Lee's Electric and Jack Wil another part of the state, Galveston, Clnclnatti, and
pavement. He drove 268 feet stone Is the defending champion son Chevrolet, both of St. 45 prisoners and guard were Boston, the speaker said.
FOR on the east bound shoulder :if!:::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::;:::::::::::::;:::::::::;:::::::;:::;:::: of the tourney and will Augustine: Grays Guard Ser- Injured at Sumter Correctional The Starke Shrine Club was
of the road, then pulled back play In the opening game vice and Lucas Billiard Sup- Institution at Bushnell following commended for Its contribution -
MANY VALUES onto the pavement, then drove CARL OF THANKS with Harry's Curb Marketof ply of Jacksonville, and Or- a racial battle Involving to this program, which Is
: 198 feet back to the east St. Augustine Two more mond Beaoh Optical and some 400 Inmates aftera raised by various local projects
,
bound side of the road. The Thank you for all the kind- games will be played Wed- Ward's Mobile Home both Saturday night movie. and amounts to over
went fenceat shown in nesday-one at 8:45 p.m. of Ormond Beach.A The fighting between white $2.000 annually.
car through a nesses our momentof
; Arborvitaes 21.99 Pizza of and black Inmates The speaker was Introducedby
Up Tony's Macclenny donation of $1 will be was brought
the edge of the clay pit, sorrow and for the beauti-
vs G.E. of Gainesville then required to get In to the games. John A. Torode.COOPER'S .
hit a tree, nipped one time, ful flowers, cards and food
and landed on Its top In that was received. Your
Cedar 5-6 85.98G the bottom of the clay pit, thoughts will never be for-
according to the FHP. gotten. Roy Tomllnson famIly
.
No charges will be filedIn
.I1 Shrubbery $1.69
Up the accident, according
.. to who said CARD OF THANKS &
r Fruit $3.49 Trooper Myers, NURSERY
Gllsson's car was the only The kindness and sympathyof
Nut one Involved. neighbors, friends and family -
In our recent sorrow will
G lis son's wife, Lora, always remain with us as a LANDSCAPECO.
Is employed at Guaranty; Federal precious memory. Our sin-
In Starke. cere thanks and gratitude, for
CALADIUM .07 Besides his wife, Gllsson all those comforting acts.The .
Is survived by a son, Donald, family of Harley E. Starling. 2111 N. TEMPLE

BULBS Reg. 250 .jBxV
* PROFESSIONALLandscaping
HAMPTON The dime may not be worth
much but in an emergency it ., "No job I'llll SIJIUl'Horart ,'
is the closest thing to a _., i ;,: ;; ( / ,c,
"
***** %*.- AREA NEWSBy screwdriver have with you.you .are.likely. to .+ "" To Large' Or SmallWE ., .,' ,

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, NEW the.ARRIVALMr. and proud Mrs.-parents Jasper Byrdare of a LIVESTOCK 1. Sprinkler System: Design & Installation

f t( Surllx.d )) new baby girl, born May 14. 2. Lawn Maintance
m\\I ,! W..d.Fr.. $1.57 She has been named Susan BUYERS : By Contract
Diane.
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; BARK BIRTHDAYS Tammy her Lynn fourth Peeples birthday celebrated IN THIS MEN AREA 4. Grassing Spriging Sod ing Seeding ,e a II| | For

; NUGGET'S anniversary on Sunday, May train now to buy 5. Lot Clearing Drainage Work

. Decorative, J Fred 6, with Peeples.a party; given Ten by guests Mrs. cattle, sheep and hogs.We (Custom Tractor Work) f ree

' 3 Co. Ft. Bog 52.117ARGENTINE were present and all enjoyed will train qualified man 6. Nursery & Garden Center '
__. > Tammy's birthday cake and with agriculture experience ESTIMATES
For local Interview, writ.
punch.
\ 7j\ Other birthdays celebratedthis today background including, address complete end ( Complete Line Of Lawn Equipt) _
month are: Angle Wells,

---A---c-:..",d/ bara fourth Jean birthday Phillips, May, 12 seventh; Bar-; WESTERN phone number MEAT PACKERS 7. Dozer Work (B y 'Hour Or Job) 9 64 _81 1 04

4'I I I on May 12; Bill Maxwell will TRAINING INC. 8. Backhoe Work (By Hour Or Job)
have a birthday on May 19; 4318 Vtoxtaxk.San Artono.Taw 78228
and Lucy McGunnlgle on May
21.

FRIENDS& NEIGHBORS Jl 8 8 9 9 B 9 t tJLUULJLJUUL* 999 tt t ft 9131391909 t 9 99 t 0 0 t fl fl B t B 9Jum It B fl B 0 0 0 8 0 fl B fl B 0 B 9 tt I *tJLSL3LSLSI.tJJ.9JLt 11
Lb. .99 Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wood
of Memphis Tenn., and Mr.
and Mrs. John Wood of Stewart STOP
RENTING
BAHIA SEED Miss. were recent
guests of Mrs. Foster Lott
and Esta Peeples. Both cou-
PENSACOLABAHIA Lb. .57 ples were here to attend the F}
funeral of Foster Lott, and --- AND START LIVINGIN
returned to their homes on
SEEDD May 10.Mrs. A PLACE OF YOUR OWN.
Ethel Tidwell had an
enjoyable visit with her niece,

Con CAT 'I -' a- Betty Beach; ,Durling last week., of Jacksonville A Mobile Home Is The Answer

OR DOG r The Jeff Bakers are now
Meal COLLARAND I Ir living in Starke, but due to
the fact that they still havea
r Lb. . $$51.37Pellets FLE lot of things to do In Hamp- ASK ABOUT OUR RENTAL
TAGS ton, we still see them quite
often.
I Mrs. Lucy McGunnlgle has PURCHASE PLAN
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returned from a visit to Ed-
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home with her son-in-law and
daughter Vaughan., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph : OVERSTOCKED SA11.E

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f ti|I Buried Treasure Legend Gave Name I Ij NOTES HOME




To Gold Head Branch Near Keystone I II I, ExtensionHomeEconomics From Your ,



( .t :; '
I Gold Head Branch State discovered-- least so far lion Corps). created In the tomless when viewed from + Agent'

Park, located on Highway 21 as Is known. depression days of the 1930'sto above. Its sides bear treesof r4
north of Keystone Is one of give work to some of the many kinds among them ''

the most popular In the State The park was created Jointly unemployed of that era. magnolia, dogwood, redbud .* KATHY
Parks system and Is visited almost 50 years ago by the The beautiful tract of land and holly as well as the
annually by thousands of cam- National and State park ser- contains four lakes-- eler, usual hardwoods of this a- BROWN

pers and others seeking a vices and occupies a tracttwo Deer Pebble and an arm of rea. Springs along its side #
day's outing In some of the miles In length, north and Johnson Lake. But the most form a watercourse which M t /1
most picturesque scenery In south and a quarter mile remarkable typographic feature was once dammed up to forma 1
this section of Florida. wide east and west. It lies Is Gold Head Branch mill pond. -9 tvr If you are having trouble

18 miles from Starke, and a creek that runs through a going to sleep at night, or
!
But how many of these vis- six miles from Keystone deep ravine about a mile There is a legend that once, +9 .r wake up in the morning with

itors realize that Gold HeadIs Heights. long, running southeasterlyinto during the Indian wars, a government various aches and pains,
also rich In legend, and Johnson Lake. paymaster was trav- you might not need a sleep-
that buried treasure was The original buildings were eling from Mlddleburg to an ing pill or a pain reliever,
sought there from time to constructed in the days of the This ravine is so deep In army post on what was shownon .it!" as the TV commercials sug-
time-- although none was ever old CCC (Civilian Conserva- places as to seem almost bot- early maps as Lake No. .., .$- ..wt. I gest. You probably needa
11 (now Lake Geneva). Fear- 1-'
,'1{ .... -.1-. new mattress.
ing an attack from the Indians .. '..
? ... v.;.
: ,
.. ;; .t';':
'
he is said to have hid- 10., I I Mattresses have built-in
den his bags of gold coin obsolescence: they won't lasta
somewhere In the deep ravine lifetime. To Judge whetheror
etJiTORiALSGB before he and his escort not you need a new mattress -
were killed and the location assess the kind of rest

of the treasure lost. Excitement On Call StreetIt you're getting on it. You

likely need a new mattressIf
The ravine came to be knownas your present one: is 10

"Golden Branch" which or more years old;has bumps, 1.

later changed into Gold Head is easy to imagine the Only two faces are recognizable hollows broken stitching or
Branch and for years the excitement that was caused in the crowd: J. R. springs that you feel through
treasure hunters braved rattlesnakes along Call Street in the 1930's (Nookle) Wainwright In white the ticking; sways from side
yellowjackets poi- when this 12-foot alligator was to side when you roll over.
pants and shirt tail of
near
Three Free Forces PrevailBy son Ivy, and other hazardsof killed at Rowell Lake and
the area without 'gator and W. C. (Billy)Pow- You can choose among four
finding brought to town for display.
the treasure.It ell in striped shirt at cen- main types of bedding: inner-

The crowd quickly gathered ter foreground. spring types latex or plas-

now, most readers must sure- issues that the defendants would not''. would be hard to find a at the corner of Call and Walnut tic foam water beds and
Of
more suitable location for a Streets which then solid upholstered. those
was
ly be "up to here" with the daily have to tell what they knew about state park. While the land- occupied by Corpenlng's Drug Alligators seldom come this the inner spring types are

disclosures of Watergate, just as who were pulling the strings and scape looks somewhat wild Store. large today. possible the most common.

most writers are weary with tryingto distributing the money behind the and untamed, It does not sug-

untangle and place In perspectivethe curtain. His warnings produced from gest the dangers of the panther Innerspring in two basic mattressescome lines--


ever-spreading developmentsthat one of the convicted men enough cluesto ,playfulness but rather of the the shynessand fawn. '." .".',.",'".," .","...'...'''.'.,'.,'...''.'.'.'.,'..'.,'.,'.,'.,.',','.U..U..U..u..u.................................,.....,.,... .. .,..... those with open coils and
like falling dominoes, continueto begin to break the case wide Hills clothed with beautiful S':w'2SS.x-; :: ;S.}; .:v::: .:::::::::::::: :::,::,:::,::::::,:::::::::::;:::::::;:::::::':::::::'::::;:::;:::;:::;:;:;:::::::::::::::;:;::::::: ::::: those with individually wrap-

topple prominent figures in whom open. native vegetation stand guard 1...... ,... ....... .. .............. ..."' .... ............. ......... ped coils. the In open-coil springs construction -
the nation placed trust and confi- around shimmering lakes. Although Open House may

dence. -The role of Congress, whose the forest is chiefly County Agent NotebookBy squeak if they manufacturersuse touch. How-
oak and pine there are also Set ever, some
members did three valuable things. of SundayBy vinyl-coated wire to cut
dense hammocks larger
The purpose of this comment, They turned aside the appointment of trees, especially along the down on the noise.In .

therefore, is not to discuss the already L. Patrick Gray m to succeed J. branch. VOE Dept.The double-size

mind-exploding developmentsof Edgar Hoover as head of the FBI. a mattress a standard the number of

the scandal Itself, but to pass on Gray did not guard the privacy of Facilities Include a fine BOBBY ;] VOE Department of springs can vary from 180

some observations, made by Wash- FBI investigative reports and in the beach on Lake Johnson, com- the Bradford-Union County to 1000, depending'on the

ington correspondent Roscoe Drum- end was charged with destroying doc- plete with bath houses picnic TAYLOR Vocational Technical Center size of the coll. Generally
grounds and weekend cabins .. .
mond, designed to reestablish faith uments that might have been vitalto for visitors roads and walksto ......... ..... ......... ... .. .n...... ........... to cordially attend invites an open the house public on a gives higher a better number quality of firmer coils

in the American system. the case. make every feature accessible Sunday May 20, from 1 to mattress.
and many other recrea-
Showers and warmer tem- from the time farmers decide 2 p.m.
tion facilities.A Since Innerspring mattresses -
It is true that serious crimesin And now Congress, whose laws peratures earlier this week to increase productionuntil
need to be turned occasionally -
high places were not prevented have recently been thwarted by Pres- should enable and The program will featurethe
day at Gold Head Branch our gardens the beef reaches the following operating sta- for even wear,
under the American system, but the ident Nixon's impoundment of appro- will prove enjoyable for na- other crops to make better market. During this time beef tions: Lester Hill, Inc., check for handles on each

important thing-- of utmost impor- priated funds Is beginning to regain tive of this area, as wellas growth than they have up to prices are high as they are Office Simulation, duplication, side. Preferable they shouldbe
mood of the the many visitors who flock now. now. Then the beef arrivesat attached to the frame
form The
tance to survival under our lost ground. present dictaphone, filing, actual tape
here from distant points to the market, the supply Increases -
rather than to the eyeletsin
of Government is that they were Senate Is Indicated by a 72-21 vote enjoy its beauties. It seems that some folks and prices drop. interviews and business the ticking.

disclosed, and that those who brought requiring Senate confirmation of all are having problems with poor machines.,

these things about are In the pro- top posts in the White House. And fruit-set cucumbers., especially There on squashand ... The foam mattress does i

cess of being punished in ways that the House of Representatives, which Rules Given number of things that can area not need to ''be turned,:and
show the health and durability of with White House is available In a range of !
usually goes along have an effect on pollinationand firmness. Since it doesn'tcollect i
the institutions they were trying to wishes, especially in military mat- For Teenager fruit-set such as cool dust, it's great for p

subvert. ters, voted 219-188 the same day nights heavy rains or other persons with allergies. Anda
conditions that tend to
against additional funds for con- Slimmer WorkAs "shock" plants. I'll discuss foam mattress is moth- I

These as pointed out by Mr. tinued bombing of Cambodia. this further in a later col ; and mold proof. f I,

Drummond are: an Independent judiciary summertime school recess -
umn. The solid upholstered mattress -
an independent Congress, -The role of the press. Although approaches the U. S. 0 > is filled with cotton I'
Department of Labor's
and a fearless free press. Each President Nixon and members of his Hour Division reminds Wage- of'f.' padding or animal hair. It's
em- In
light of recent Increases
played an Important role in this administration have castigated and ployers and sb'dents that child in beef prices around the- r ': < T often subject to mildew pro- o
blems and lump easilyIf
tragic drama and each conducted since he has labor laws permit I; may
derided the press ever teenagers nation, it is interesting to k-- filled with loose cotton
Itself well and in a manner to restore been: in the White House he and 14 and over to work In a wide learn where our meat dollaris ;. ( padding. Animal hair mat-
the faith of the American variety of non-manufacturing going. The California Farm .
peo- ,his press secretary have been belatedly tresses may need to be special -
In free institutions. In Jobs during the vacation per- Bureau Federation releasedthe ordered.
ple our many (and perhaps reluctantly)
other countries that are not so blessed the for Its role in iod.The following estimate In a J -
|praising -
press division's area director recent newsletter, based on ,'' Mattress coverings come
with these free institutions-- If any exposing the Watergate events.In Labon Chappell, Jr., a 1,000 pound steer. In a variety of colors, stripesand
one of them had been lacking-- the Jacksonville says that 14 and r I prints, as well as the

Watergate criminals might never have spite of this forced praise, 15-year-old students may be The rancher gets $50 per deluxe-looking quilted cover-
been employed between 7 a.m. and hundredweight for a 400 pound Ing. Keep in mind, though,
brought to
justice, and there is President Nixon's relations with the
9 from June 1 to Labor calf, so his income is $200. that those bright, attractive
no knowing to what sad end their press continue somewhat cool, and Day.p.m.However this age brac- Cost of production is esti- designs add to the ,cost,

tactics would have eventually brought requests by White House correspon- ket may work no more than 8 mated at $147 based on $125to ;4 : but not the quality, of the

the nation. dents for press conferences to enable hours per day and no more keep the cow and 85 per mattress.
the President to clarify his than 40 hours per week. cent calf crop. Ills net return i
$53.The The size of mattressIs
: : the
The protection afforded by the situation continue to be shunted aside, These work-hour restrictions important to a good night's

independent powers mentioned above as they have been In the past. Only do not apply to 14 and feeder expense is$344- sleep. Look for one that

was paid high tribute In the follow- three press conferences have been 15-year-olds (or to any minor $200.00 to buy the calf and Is about six inches longer

ing editorial comment by the London. held this year In spite of the fact ) doing farm work outside $144 for grain. lie receives and comfortably wider than
school hours, according to $33.50 per hundredweight or ton Powell A double bed gives
And
Observer: "The way this scandal that the President's staff earlier indicated $355 the finished Emily Williams Show Trophy They you.
on steer.
(Watergate) Is Chappell. Neither do they apply Won The Top High School Debate Team two persons only 27 inchesof
In The State.
now being relentlessly that such conferences would to those In this age brac- Net profit: $11. width each; that's the

exposed should. strengthen Amer- be held every three weeks during ket who deliver newspapersto size of a baby's crib. But
The the $355
ica's claim to be the most open society his second term. The argument has consumers; perform in theatrical and has packer a killing pays cost of $10. before choosing the best size

: Political skulduggery had hap- been made that Watergate and Its motion picture or lie receives $56 per hundred- for you consider the size
broadcast productions or who BHS D of bedroom and the
pened In many countries, but in few cover-up would never have occurred work for their parents in non- weight for the 600 pound carcass ebatersDistrict price your of bed linen relativeto

could it have been exposed as pub- if press conferences had been held manufacturing capacities. or $336 plus $34 for byproducts mattress size.

licly as now in the U.S." regularly, as they were in previous for a total incomeof
With one general exception,
$370. Net profit: $5. When shopping, look for
administrations.The the only Jobs not open to 16 In
Tops it i cut-away model of the
Here is the way Mr.Drummond and 17yearolds are those The retailer, who pays$336 :mattress In the store. And

analyzes the roles played by the Investigative reporting of the Secretary of Labor has has expenses of $58.50 for a 4 don't be shy about stretching
three forces credited with the Watergate the WashingtonPost ruled hazardous. In agricul- total cost of $394.50. Salable
the press, chiefly out 1( on the mattress. After
workers 16 and older beef is 425 pounds. At an has been
ture, Bradford High debate students Mrs. Fuller nam- ,
with all I l, the ultimate test of
exposureThe : was carried on great a
may be employed In any Job. average of $1.17 per pound Emily Williams and ed coordinator of District 2 I mattress }is how It feelsto
difficulty with no cooperation and he receives $499. Net pro- Lane Powell were presented a forensics competition for the 1
Judiciary. Its role was many roadblocks thrown in Its path Students 18 years of age fit: $104.50. trophy Friday night in Jack- coming year. She spoke at you.

superbly exercised by Federal district by the White House staff. Even the and above may be employedin the National sonville for compiling the best the banquet on improving the Be leary of claims that
any type of work. According to over-all record In all debate for next >I I mattress Is "hotelquality""toprated"
Judge John J. Sirica, who pre- FBI apparently could not break As for farmers and crew Livestock and Meat Board forensics program C Ir Such terms
sided over the trial which endedIn through the tight cover-up within leaders recruiting young people few people realize the spe- tournaments throughout the year, getting more students and ,
In the show re meaningless. Generally
the conviction of the seven who the White House, but It is to their for farm work now, the cial problems of the rancher year. Involved students benefit program from debate the firmer mattresses' are,

participated in the burglary and bug- everlasting credit that the newspapersdid. Fair LaborStandardsActpro- and feeder In the produc- The award competition. better for your health.
presentedat
was
hibits employment of minors tion of beef. The steak or
ging of Democratic Party headquarters. Be sure to check for
the Florida Forensics Dis- guar-
takes
under 16 during school hours roast on the dinner table
tric 2 Awards Banquet at the itees. Some guarantees will
Chappell pointed out. two years to grow, plus a- HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Thanks to these three forces-- lie said the Act does not bout 2,500 pounds of grain, Hilton Hotel in Jacksonville.The MEETING TONIGHT! protect, against material de-
fNew Bets and faults In construction
He perceived at once that the the judiciary, the Congress, and the prevent these minors from 450 pounds of protein sup pair compiled a recordof f 10
10 or( up to or even 20
wins in
and 2 losses
attorneys for the prosecution want- free press-- the American system working before and after plement, and 12,300 pounds four the developments In the y ears. If possible get the
tournaments during
ed as little prosecution as possible... continues to work. Without them-- weekends.school, during They vacation may work or for on of addition hay silage to tremendous and pasture inves-In Just ended debate season. acquisition of the old court- guarantee in writing and. keep
house site for historic
that pur1 ton file.
wanted
they to so narrow the who knows? machin
their parents on the home tments in labor and
will be discussed at
Both University poses Box springs wear out Just
plan to attend the -
farm in Job at time.
any any
ery. the monthly meeting of the
of Florida and both a 9 1 quickly as mattresses.It'sgood
The laws apply to migrantas
well as local children. Since the price of beef Is plan to try out for the debate Bradford County Historical a Idea to purchase
Society In the Starke Library
and demand team at UF. box( springs and mattresses
Since migrant workers frequently set by supply ,
tonight (Thursday) at 7:30.
a t the
often receives same time. ,Your
travel from one school the rancher
returns regard- "I don't think they'll have All members are urged to mattress will stand up long-
district to another seeking discouraging
ORIDq springtime employment, far- less of his cost of product much trouble making," says attend and Join In this impore r if supported by new box
Co Mrs. Julie Fuller BHS debate tant discussion. irings.
SJ;
keep in mind that the under- chers have boosted produc- team sponsor. Headboards and footboards

QCiiiij p4 16 children of these workers tion by 250% In the past 20 a dd to the cost, but not

to atfMrfROt may not be employed during years in response to rising: Miss Williams is the daugh- the utility of the bed. Also,

Q school hours in the new district demand. The American, the ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank T they may restrict your sleep-
1917gT unless they have com- best fed person In the world, Williams of Hampton. Powellis WA Hi 11 ig. As an alternative crete -
ONy BOB G. FERGUSON': JOHN: >MILLER pleted the school year in their now consumes an average of the son of Mr. and Mrs. UNDCIf a. an Interesting displayn
Publishers home districts. US pounds of beef per year. Edward M. Powell of Starke. o the wall above your bed

Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Stacks, Further Information child LPN with\ attractive accessories.
Fla. under Act of March 3. 1879. labor laws can be obtained when demand for beef ris- Think of It.--you spend nearly -
from the Wage-Hourofficelo- es In the nation, ranchers BHS debate students attend- a third of your life in
Subscription rate in trade area: S6 per year: $3.50 six months. cated at 3947 Boulevard Center respond by expanding their ing the banquet with Mrs. "Uncle Sam get must of b id. A good mattress

Phone 964-630) Outside trade area: 17 per year: 14.00 six months. SI.lrke. Fla. Drive Jacksonville Fla. herds and Increasing beef pro Fuller included Jency Watson ,our fund, so Washington, I,I an inexpensive.Item,. con-
32207; telephone: (904) 791- duction as fast as they can. Jan Searle Bill Wat- ".C. should lie named 'Fund si derlng how much you use
2489. However, it takes three years son, and Gary Ricks. City.'" It.

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SENIOR CITIZENS Hope BaplislHomecoming Black SiudenisAttend

Science Community NewsBy
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JN BRIEFBy The Love Bug struck again! last meeting on time and place TeacMn A
Lucy Tucker and Charles for our Annual Luncheon. We t VF

LINDA G.' COX Slmchera, members of Brad- have contacted restaurants In Set SundayHope Elizabeth' Civens Walker
ford County, Starke Senior the Starke area but prices are Miss Della Rosenberg 12th

Citizens Club were married too steep for us. We have Baptist Church of The- Grade guidance counselor at DELL CHAPTER OES with Choir No. 3 and Ushers Bethlehem Freewill Baptist
NEW RIVER BAPTISTNew April 30 1973 R. annual ressa will celebrate it annual BIIS, accompanied 18 black
I by J. Kellyat postponed our lunch- Dell Chapter 168 OES will Board No. 2 meeting Monday Church.
River Baptist Church Homecoming this Sunday May students who participated in
the Court ,
; House. This Is eon until a later date until hold Its at night. Tuesday night the Sen-
held their second annual "Mo the second romance In our other arrangements can be 20, with special events plannedfor the Annual Health Science 8 Thursday regular meeting May 24 ior Choir meets. Wednesday Greater Allen Chapel AME
p.m. ,
ther and Daughter Banquet"on Club. Alex Morton and Em- made. the day. Teach-In at the Universityof in the Masonic Hall on Brownlee Prayer Meeting. Thursday Church, Rev. B. C. Williams
Friday, May 11, In the ma Schafer were married We had a call from Emery Rev. R. V. Hogarth, former Florida on May 11. Street. All members are night the Ladles Circle will pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m.
fellowship hall of the church. over 5 years ago. Houston C. Batman, Pres. of the Green pastor, will bring the morn- The Teach-in was sponsored asked to please be present meet at the home of Mrs. Morning service, 11 am.Choir
The program theme was Driscoll also married although Cove Springs Senior Citizens ing message. by the Black Students Health wd on time.CHURCH Sarah Prince. Friday night Union will be held at 3 p.m.
"Pattern For Living". Dec- his wife was not a Club. Arrangements are being Special recognition will be Professions Coalition at the Prayer. Band meets at the All members are asked to
orations Included a dress Club member at that time. made for our Club mem- given in the morning services U. mills Miller Health Cen- NEWS home of Mrs. Rebecca Al- please cooperate with this ac-
form life-size doll model, Alex Morton has recovered bers to visit our sister GCS to the member present who ter In order to provide black Ebenezer Church tivity.
sewing machine sewing notions from his recent heart attack Club on June 26. has been a member for the students with Information concerning Baptist Davis len.Sunday services will begin Plans are in the making
Rev. Leroy pastor.
hung from the ceiling and Is progressing very favorably Within the next few weeksa greatest number of years and career opportunitiesin Sunday School will start ser- with Sunday School at 9:30. for the annual Women's Day
pattern pieces and material Pete Johnson has had meeting will be called to to the member who has trav- the health professions and vices Sunday at 9:30.: Morn- Morning service, 11 a.m. celebration which will ter-
hung about the room. Each severe dermatitis. A recent form an Area Council of Sen- eled the farthest distance to to view basic sciences and Ing service at 11. Evening Funeral services for Mrs. minate Sunday, June 10. All
table had a doll centerpiece visit to the Veterans Hospital ior Citizens of North Fla. attend the Homecoming.Dinner clinclal medicine. service 7 Gertrude Carter will be held members are asked to please
''surrounded by yellow daises In Gainesville has helped There are many Clubs that on the grounds Is This Is the first line that p.m. Sat. at 2 p.m. In Greater cooperate with this activity.

placed on a pedestal. him and he Is feeling better. are working Independently In scheduled directly after the students from BUS have participated Greater Bethlehem Freewill ..
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After dinner which the men Alma Llewelleyn Is In the this area and we must Join morning service with singing in the Teach-in. Church Rev. Jasper
cooked and the boys served, Veterans Hospital Gaines- our efforts towards better in the afternoon featuring the Baptist Notice! Be- 607 \ ': Phone 964.6061 :
the program consisted of singling ville for surgery. We sin- pensions Medicare, Nursing Weeks Family. -the Od.1tmE.l:1if Williams, pastor. P.O. Box ; .
June 1 all weekly
ginning ser-
led by Mrs. Glenda Andrews cerely hope and pray that all Homes and combat Inflation. "Good preaching, good food, at 7:30 SM
vices will
; Recognition of Mothers will be well soon. We extendour Pres. Nixon pledged at the and good fellowship will be -; begin will remainthe p.m. ;
led by Mrs. Jeannette deepest sympathy to Hel- White House Conference on the order of the day," says : Sunday services

'Hayes, Master of Ceremonies en V. Egan who lost her hus- Aging to remove the deduc- Rev. Merle Packham, the pas ? same. services will begin
: ; Fashion Show, led by band recently. She was pre- tables on Medicare and that tor."Everybody Weekly WELLS ELECTRIC
Mrs. Ethel Douglas; and the sent at our last meeting and the recommendations made at is Invited to : *

Gospelettes Trio singing, "My we offered a silent prayer that Conference would not gather attend." \If-".".-'" ...,.:::; It be SERVICE
Mother's Way." The oldest for the repose of the soul dust on the shelves of .<'J' ..... '.,; the dollar's may a quiet summer, (Eiubluhed 1949)
'mother present was Mrs. Eva of her husband Frank.It the White House. We are still POSTED SIGNS: Treatedto .} -- /. :> 41lnney _I problems the make
Europe and
expensive -
Thompson
(Harrell; the youngest, Mrs. was a real pleasure to waiting tor some of these withstand weather20C each, may not l buy shortage may wipe out gasoline i i 744 N. Free Estimates

Barbara Gray; the one with see Flossie Prescott, Harrison promises to be fulfilled. Now $2.25 doz. Special price on friend, hut it will help you the trip to see Cousin Stella in ; Starke, Florida TF
'the most children, Mrs. Uor'othy and Marian Batchelder Is the time for all Senior larger quantities. Bradford Sioux Falls.
Adams; and the one with and Peg and Walter Richardson Citizens and those about to be, County Telegraph. stay in contact" with your
r the newest baby, Mrs. Juanita again. We missed Art and to come to the aid the them- rlulilrrn.

Adams Each was presented Irma Lockwood and Harry Rosenshfne. selves. United we stand, divided -
'a corsage of carnations.The but we welcomed we fall. Don't forget
guest speaker was Mrs. Mrs. Newton who was broughtby -e cwumn
that some of you who read
Stella Williamson of Jacksonville Mary Allen.Discussion this will be the senior cit ,,.u Nr, A I THURSDAY 1c charge] IN raisu

who spoke on the was held at our izens of tomorrow. The u- SATURDAY

i"Beautitudes" as our "Pat- nity we show today will bring N.4r '
,tern For Living". Doooo o o ooooooBROOKER results In tho year to come.
Approximately 68 women Our next meeting will be \,

,and daughters attended. BAPTISTThe May 22 at 1 p.m., Starke Rec.
The social committee Is now Brotherhood of Brooker Center Pratt St. We welcome A'
making plans for a Music Ban- Baptist Church entertainedthe newcomers. ku 11/n

quet on June 2, and a Father Mothers and Daughterswith -Joe Kerrigan
1'and Son Banquet on June 15 a breakfast on Sunday rAMHV HSCOUNt ITORISA

with Rev. Richard Barber as morning May 13. During the 4ttbtb
guest speaker. morning worship service the _
Sunday, May 20, the church youngest mother and the old- Men's YOUR CHOICE !
will have two prisoners come est mother were honored witha FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH + 100% Cotton -
'with Chaplain Brown and give corsage. The youngest was STARKE r2 T-Shirts Plastic Assortment Houseware ,

'''testimonies of: their finding Mrs. Jean Kendricks, and SundaySunday School, 9:45; i; Short o
Christ as Saviour while In Mrs. Amanda Lewis was hon- Morning Worship at 11, ser- \ e sleoves.e I rrrrM A. 11 Qt. Plastic Pail. 1 Qt. S.T.P
prison. This will be followedby ored as the oldest mother mon by Rev. Ben Bryant of Contrast t rF' rri ,Easy pouring spout.B. I Keep Kool !'

dinner on the grounds. present. Milton, Florida; Bell Ring- ing taped ice' 1 Bu. Laundry Basket. 2 Roll Pfcg.
Men's, Radiatortreatment
ers Group, 5:15: ; Church handles.
neck and Boys' & Youth's B' Easy-to-grip Lady Scott Bathroom Tissue
Training 6:15: Evening Wor-
; sleevebands. C. 11 Qt. Dish Pan.
Service Basketball Sneakers A Protects White on white 2-ply tissues
ship 7:30: sermon R ectano nuar. Green.
by Rev. Bryant. /. SMLXL Sturdy canvas with sure-grip ''D. 12 Qt. ..aste Basket. V year 500 sheets on each roll,
GAINESVILLEBusiness MondayYouth Choir Prac- SLIGHT sole. Men's, 7 to 12, Bays, 1 Heavy duty. Yellow. around 4.5 in. X 4.5 in.
tice, 7 p.m. IRREOS, 3 to 6 and Youths, 11 to 2. Lady Scott seal of quality.
TuesdayYoung Musicians : 'SAVE 24% SAVE 48% .SAVE 31% 47% SAVE 15%

Choir; G. A. Bell Ringers 0.

Directory Choir, 4:15.: Our Discount PrlcoW..2H2 .2/loo | Our Discount Prlc.l P"Discount.. was 3100Our Our Discount Prl i.. agSAVE I Our Discount Pric 3/100
WednesdayActeens, 5p.m. C. q D.' ..Jtl11"w...US" w.. 3/i 17Men's
Family Night Supper, 6 p.m.;
AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES Prayer Meeting and R. A. oan
Meeting, 6:30: p.m.; Teachersand Nylon ClosetActessalss' Kwik Kover 17 Ft.

BRASINGTON Johnson Fari, Inc. Officers Meeting, 7:15 Stretch Socks A ;A, ..A; Bag l Travel Suit i 18" wide. w.. ; Re-Web Kits
Church Choir Practice YI"s 0 37.
p.m.; 100 S nylon. Self adhesive
CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS 8 B. Travel Ores Sturdy anddurable.
Vinyl
p.m. Knitted top / Long tasting. ;i, ;
SALES & SERVICE Insecticide. P.t SuppliesFERTILIZERS ThursdayLadles Bell preventsslipping. Men's. ) Bag Was.XAt3Z Durable Miwl iii; Easy

Fin. selection of Used Cart Choir, Practice, 12 noon;..Visitation ., Nylon 1C, wined Vlnvl'" ,.. Woshoblo.* J ''R In to use '
W. Rent Fertiliser '> '* \
Spreoders
Taken On Cadillac Trod.. 7 p.m.Mrs. l .
2001 N.W. 13th Ph.; 378.5301 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378.0476 .

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i terns proof.
BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASSPOWELL'S HolderMrs. I !i l to choose sli P eon styling i D. Quitted Vinvl{ 1' Stain p I Assorted
from 10-13. e Black or brown. U Handbag Caddy resistant. colors.
d e Sizes .7.12 Wos.2.'r.1'T.
LIDDELL Alice L. Holder, 53, 1 SAVE 13% SAVE 31% .uses. SAVE 157. 11 SAVE 36%
Beauty Academy of Route 2, Starke, died In Our Dl.ctJ .

Glass CompanySpar. a Gainesville hospital Tues- DUcount Price 3/1OO P.3.l- Prfc.l Our Discount Pric 4/100
L.arn Profession In Your r
a day evening following long
a we..ali.al w.9111J6
Spar. Tim.. Full or Part For Ev.ry Purpose" Illness.

Tim. Store Front. Mirror Born in Tennessee on Oct. .-"\ '
219 N.W. 10 th. 378-2766 Tub Enclosures Showers 30, 1919, Mrs. Holder wasa Prestons ?' p. .

Furnitures Top Class member of the Jehovah Boys' VinylRaincoats Ladies'v Auto l 1 Qt. Eagle f '\\
Witnesses. Celebrity Products HD30 :
R.plac.dELECTRIC Surviving Is her husband, tiAGL Motor Oil 'Or "" ,. I
Oliver E. Holder of Starke; With, hood. Ladies's". 'CToic.> of: f
NEW.LOCATION Folding [. Ann-Rust,.
three sons: James of Rai- \SDeluxeheavy. High
ing styles 16" X 17V Vinyl Auto Mats
Motor Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville ford, Oliver Jr. of California, weight Travel Slipper5Wide by Lovable. filer Sealer detergents
with welded Stop Leak, Handy vinyl mats that arevinyl
372.8191 372.1102 and William of Japan one > (
; selection of | Individually
Of Coln.svllle. Inc. s seams. styles Radiator I MOIUML I t, Cleons idoal for auto, nome, boat
daughter: Mrs. Wilma Joyce and colors. Packed in a boxed. .,., Flush office., Use indoors
or
Rewinding Snap closure. \ os it or
Repairing -
Smith of Lake City four thruplastic pouch. t >Sixes Jlush ,
PICTURE FRAMES ; see- ;
e2Fl Ot. outdoors. Choice of blue,
C I Sizes 8 to l 16.Boys'Camp < u'r" lubricatesSAVE
New And
U..d sisters: Mrs. Nellie Wheeler Tiny heels. 51010. at w 32-44. red, block or brown.SAVE .
2816 N.W. 6th Ph. 372.8318 Creativt of Starke, Mrs. Marlle 49% SAVE 13% SAVE% 19% SAVE 14%
Custom aming i Grlffls of Jacksonville, Mrs.

MOVERS With Othma Griffis of Eau Gallle / 1 Our Dlteount Pricvl. 1 R 1 1 Dl.... Ptle 2/1oo: | lOur Prle Prle,
I t Dt.aeuat Pflfl Out Dlteoun 3/100/ Our Discount 4/100/
Long Distance Moving A I and Mrs. Walter Gardnerof w.24}; 6 w.. id} w.,2/'U'4 we..3ii'13 w.. ll3fi; .. .
Penonol "", Beachmont, Ky.; her father
Storage Packing Touch John Thomas of Starke a
Crating Shipping and 14 grandchildren. Shorts .__ r'' ::: IRRCDa' {

Fr. Estimate Call Oval Mat Print Originals Services were held Saturday 60"5 cotton, : Fi ,'/Vinyl' ;n : I Long Handle

Wildlife Drawings Etchings May 12, In DeWitt C. 4u"g polyester. : Shower -fr.-' "', _- Clean Sweep Brooms
372-4366 373.4610 Jones Chapel with Rev. Jack Half boxer i Curtains '1 "=""' ..-
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: : Sturdy construction.
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200 N.E. 16th. 3731 W. Univ. Plympton conducting. Burialwas waist. Self : Ladies'Panty .6'X6'. ...J I'. ,-- .., Pointed durable
in Crosby Lake Cemetery belt. Ladies' Hose I ,I J .Heovy I wooden handle.
I 2 zipper Summer .Ona dutyy for
MUSIC Miracle c Quality straw
and 2 back .
Van Service, Inc. Sandals size stretch L' I ynyl. ,indoor or outdoor
40" Bath Towels
Mrs. Prevatt
aI' 1 I' ..Deco.20"X
pockets.1'i"' ()its fiber. i use.
y
1 heel. 2-tone
I 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'ville I strops
BALDWIN Luxurious, 10u"o cotton.
oil! Popular rClyeand
Block and while black
Mrs. Jennie M. Prevatt 82 pocket. e or
372-4271 / colors prints. Yorn dyed for lasting colorSAVE
B to 16. cream vinyl.
PIANOS A ORGANS died Saturday in the Bradenton beauty. Solid
11% SizeS, 5 10 1 1O.SAVE 3,5; SAVE 93% SAVE 14%
AUTO SALES SERVICE Convalescent Home at SAVE % colors or SAVE 157.stripes. : + I

BLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS Bradenton. She was formerlyMrs. .
Jennie Maude Hodgesof Our Discount Pe. / / O.DI..ra.. Our Oba.unl *"ttl'-ff Liiljl Our OlMaunt Prlnl Our Dlte.unl PrU. 2/100 Our Discount Pric |
QMS., INC. Starke. w..214 we.1/132 w..1. 4 3 w..1G1-if w.rr&E
I atovtvr --4"; ...... Mrs. Provatt Is survivedby _

one daughter, Vera M.
Girls' Stretch
MUSIC Co. Smith of Fort Myers, and one Men's ,
Knit
brother B. W. Hodges, .of Famous Maker \Shorts
G'vill. Shopping Cen. Jacksonville. Dress Pants

Factory AuthorizedPon. 372.5351 Funeral services were heldat Assorted blends ICG'S
:loe 1 P.m. Monday in the chapel .Handsomeselection: nylon.
Sales S.rvlc.
Parts
210 N. Main Gainesville- Fla. of Grtffln-Cline Funeral of Ladies' Clog \e elastic Covered
372-2583 J Home in Bradenton. styles and Strap Sandals Aluminum lee Cube Trayspopular
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Klrky'i' MtklU.. Hem. colors. waist. Rolled! aluminum with 6 PC. Imparted Spice Racks
Easy-clean vinyl / Fashion 0 tray
38. uppers
CAMPER SALES & SERVICE GOSPEL Sizes 29 to Includes S milk
_ _ ttf."lr ft SuBfHtf, Inc. SING Wedge styling with cork / colors. plastic divider.. Makes 14 with glass color
AT BEULAH BAPTIST YOU'D EXPECT and rubber soles. .7 to 14. ice euWi apothecary |jars 13" Decorative Trays
Authorised Dealers I TO PAY UP TOl ] White S. brown. S to 10. J ..' lids ta match rack. Screws Colorful mushroom design.
E:3: There will be $14.00 l A PAID'' 4 SAVE 37% SAY 32% included for easy mounting .
a Gospel
__ Gainesville SAVE 18% i Wipesclean SAVE 22%
For Evans-Int.rth.m Sing on Saturday, May 19, o, Du., w/damp cloth

CAMPER MART, INC. Siegler; Hooting 8. at Highway Beulah 21 Baptist east of Churchon Camp -i3 1 1 Pwa. 1 / i" 0. 01.w..J..r51'w..4>..nre PrU* I 1 1 Our Due.. .. Prigi3 ... *| OO Our Discount. P" 2/100

44 .Zr128j
3111 N. Main Caln* vllU Conditing Equip. Blanding. Singing will start w.

37S-2954 T'Bay Service D.pf. Acco orio. Supplies promptly at 7:30 p.m., with j ALL Vaseline
the ALL vaeune ..tie
following 4 Lb. Bag.
groups provid- > A&D
CcmpUt Camping Star Ports and Service ing musical numbers: The Ladies' Slacks Girls' Slacks "i,4D .r : "-'.. '. Ointment G Eagle
Sa,.. Concord Volunteer, Choice of .i ,r ... "- "
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: Gospel Tones, The Continentals i Choice ;;: oz. 10% Chlordane
S.... key, Midas, Adventure and The Weeks Family. flare legpullon E ; of many '. Prle For lawns,
Wh...., Norris, Monitor, Fan 4500 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville Everyone is Invited to attend. rzAa and EpQ- styles, Dep W..M5".tmI' _>=- 1 CHlOROANE ant hills. ,
C belted e1 g r t ..... ..
Cxploror, Sports Coach 378.8902 colors .. Balsam flower beds
MADISON STREET styles ( .
and fabrics, Mist = and shrubs.
I Palmolive "' -
BAPTIST CHURCH e Colorful popular many HairSpray Rapid Eagle IV or 1\ Padlocks Protective'
and rrr.t gAP1D'
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; solids prints Permanent Press Wilkinson : ;I Shave a Heavy laminated locks barrier
Morning Worship, U a.m.; Sizes 10 to 18 e3/6X, 7/14. Bonded Blades 1 6.2S oz. SMAVl 6.2S oz. e Hardened shackle. around
COBIA Church Training, 6:15 p.m.; e 5'S w71; Two keys. bUildings.

FABUGLAS GAINESVILLE JOHNSON WMU Prayer. Circle, 7:15: ; i SAV12.92 SAVI TO 49%: LIMIT' l IRD.J D.:. Pci.. .''W..Z/WK, Dl:' Pric* SAVIY 22% SAVI 21%
MOTORS Evening Service 7:30. I f. Ol...
r"" Monday Youth Choir 7 p.m. L, P"I.. [Our Din...' PrU.I .
IIC. TuesdayBible Study, 10 Our Dl.c.unt P... 2/3001 Our Dlieount Pric ra I w.. 2/100 2/10o'' w. 2/1. 0.,01...,un* r>rl'H.III]
IIA a.m.; Girls In action, 3:30 w..216,91 w,,.i.5'&t..96 .zt.lJ1T 5i T.11:08 &i*: was X68 "

p.m.; Acteens 7:30.

1030 E. University Avenue WednesdayRoyal Ambassadors IF YOU'RE NOT SHOPPING
AT EAGLES
6:30: USE OUR CONVENIENT
Gainesville. Florida pjn.; Prayer STARKE, FLORIDA
Meeting, Business Meeting. YEAR ROUND FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE YOU'RE NOT

Phone 378.1591 LYNN HAMILTON 7:30; Adult Choir, 8:30. LAYAWAY PLAN. SAVING MONEY! PHONE 9647513BROOKER

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Juice Perch Steak Dinners Pimento Cheese
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FOR SALENew 3 bedroom ,-

brick veneer 2 baths, liv- CLASSIFIED AD: RATES


ing area.roomy available.Good kitchen location.Call and Buford Financing dining- t FOR SALE ) day Deadline Noon for preceding insertion Thursday Tues-


Mitchell 964-6853. tfchg CLASSIFIES QBJ before Minimum publication.Charge $2.00

HOUSES FOR SALE (Covers 15 Words)

$200.00 Down Payment. New FOR SALEIn Hampton, 1.6 Each word over 35, 10*
acres, 3 bedroom
house 2
3 Bedroom
1 Bath concrete All Classified Ad. be
block home. Central large porches. Deep well approximately must
Air. shag 30 pecan trees. paid for in advance unlessyou
carpet; kitchen appliances Included J. G. Adklns Box 70 1 have established
Hamp- account :
Glass.R.palr
.
Short walk to FOR SALE Registered Angus
and shopping areas.schools Phone ton, Fla. 2tp 5/17 bulls 1 and 2 year old. Phone Houses and Trailers MILLER Irewa Job 0. C. CfrMts N.rwry with the Telegraph in
CROWN BUILDERS, 964- 9B4-R1H. J. B. Whlte ttchRMISCELLANEOUS OpportunitiesWaitress Thousands of Plants that event 30* extra charge
8337. 2tchg 5/17 FAST EFFICIENT SERVICEA.L. for billing. Not responsiblefor
A.J. THOMAS-REALTOR Fruit Trees, Shade Tree,
Mooty & Son Glass Co. errors when given over
964-5701 Phone J73-1544 anj Cooks Evergreen, Camellias' the
phone
f
NATIONAL Azalea, Rose .
mortgage
company -
has two four bedroom 2 2 BR 1 Bath Cent Heatl AIr Gainesville 5/3 4TP 5/24 VOLKSWAGENNew Most In Can Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING INSURANCEAT

bath homes for sale, on 1/2 ) REDUCED
acre wooded lots. Low down 4 BR 2 Bath C/B 11/2 Acres United Farm & Used 23 Mi. S.E. Of Starke. RATES

payment. Call and see how Inc SoUs III'I1' Hwy. 100Florohom..659.2165 AUTO, FIRE. BOAT
easy It Is to own one of these 4 BR 2 Bath Cent Heatl Air Agency, S.r"luWI DOYLE E. CONNER
homes. Call collect Ocala 622- IT'S inexpensive to clean rugs Reg. Real Estate' Broker INSURANCE AGENCY
8118. tfchg New 3 BR Brick Cent Heat and upholstery with Blue Lus- 1 Mi. North of the Mall tehg.
Paul &
:
& Air 10 Acres Paved Rd tre. Rent electric shampooer Irene Faulkner GAINESVILLE
Associates --------- -----e-aBill's
FOR $1. Devrlck Inc., 301 E. Call
SALE2 bedroom block 2 to 4 Acre Tracts Close St., 964-6163. 206 S. Water Street i
home carport 2 lots, Waldo C.B. Radio & Equipment :
Ph. 468-1272 or 964-8641. P. 38 Acres Pasture Fenced Starke Fla. 964.5065 FILING CABINETS. Typewriter '
O. Box 82. Itpr WANTEDYards to cut and WANT TO SELL OR Stands Desks Chairs t J21 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.

rake. Reasonable rates RUY REAL ESTATE? Safes.Bradford County t I
FOR SALE- or 2 acres on Please call 964-8421. Itp Call U* For Best Prices Telegraph. RestauranLGOOD Ph. 964.8346.8361
SRD I
230 between City limits Prospect Waiting t Best Selection Of Communications Systems At Low Discount
and Country Club. Call WANTE&- Bradford !
County tfchg
HELP WANTED) PAY Prices. I It
964-5010 during day, 533-2214 teacher needs unfurnished 2 INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR t
after 7 p.m. Cash or terms., or 3 bedroom house with din- SELLING? AND BENEFITSPaid INDOOR OUTDOOR DEAK NEON I
2tchg 5/17 ing area to rent or lease. t
GAINESVILLE R. V. Motor- Can move anytime now through CONTACT Vacations All Types of Advertising Signs I .,

home manufacturer recruit- 1971 Glastron Boat, 1971 80 hp August. References. Call 964- Paid Holidays Made At Bill's C.B. I

Ing CARPENTERS, PLUMBERS Mere & trailer, $1995.00. No 5325. Itp GEORGE ROBERTS t 72 Hour Service On All Magnetic Sign*.
Group Insurance a
ELECTRICIANS, AND compromise. Call Bruce 964- FIAT -----------------
METAL personnel.Full-Time 5262 after 5 P.m. WANT TO care for childrenin REAL ESTATE Profit Sharing

employment Industry wage 189 LB. FREEZERS "only my home. Gall 964-6739 Sales Part Service Charles Zlpperer Uniforms

person rates with anytime benefits.Recreational Apply In- 16995. Just $16.75 down and after 3 p.m. .. Up New and Used Associate, And Many Others Now In Starke

Enterprises Corp., 3705 12 payments of$14.66 at Dah- (USED IMPORT CARS PHONE 964-7826
S.W. 42 Place just off 1-75 mer's Discount tfchg WANTEDWater hyacinths 421 W. MADISON ST. Apply (In Person At
SINGERApproved
I. Wllllston Road exit. 904-372- will clear pond. Call 964-6481 HARFIEB AUTO

.. 6387. 4tp 6/7 FOR SALELots, zoned for after 5. Itp IMPORTS, INC. HOLIDAY .INN
mobile homes and houses. Dealer
Several subdivisions to choose 509 E. Unlv.nl tyCaln.nll.372.4373 OF STARKE
: HELP WANTED weekends. from I WILL do babysitting in my JIMMY MOORE'SSM Sewing Machines
$95 !
only down.
Monthly
home 7 to 7. No Sundays. TF
in New ,
ley Apply Beach.person.Itp Kings- payments Ph. 468-1551 to suit your budget. 954 N. Temple Ave. Itp Sprts Between 8 A.M. .5 P.M. Vacuum Cleaners
or 964-8331. *
Scissors
4tP 5/31 MORE BOAT FOR

HELP WANTEDLayer. EARL'S land clearing dozer PUMPSNEW YOUR MONEY Other Notions

Faulkner Egg Farm 3 miles work & fill dirt. Free esti- AND USED Storke Ph. Don get
East of Hampton, State Road SIDE BY SIDE Refrigerator mates. Klngsley Lake Ph.533- 964-5791 We Offer Expert Service On All Makes Sewing

#18. Itp trade& Freezer less than only 5 years$400 with old. 2147. 8tp 5/31 SALES Complete Outboard 8> Stem caught short. Machines And Vacuum Cleaners

Payments of $14.44 at Dah- PARTS Drive) Service and Repair.

WANTEDHelp on chicken mer's Discount tfchg WANTEDUsed furniture,refrigerators SERVICE Complete; Fiberglass Repair 1- Coleman's Setting Center

farm to gather eggs. Weekends washers.-Dahmer's Deep and Shallow Wells Custom built Fiberglass --1\
138 E. Call St.
i off Eddy's Chicken FOR SALE18' glass boat, Discount House tfchg Fishing Boats.
Farm. Graham call a 485- 90 hp Johnson motor-1965 and 964-8312

5562. Itp trailer $900 or best offer. SHEET ROCK hanging & Finishing Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT
964-8087. 5tp 5/31
HELP WANTED-Experienced Ceilings crowfootedor SERVICEON
I electricians and electricians swirled, stucco & plaster ALL MAKES I
LINOLEUM FLOOR
Covering RAY'S ELECTRIC PINEHURST
patching. Simulated brick or
Bell Electric
helpers. Apply
6x9.!1. $3.19: 9 x 12, $5.98 PHONE
: stone finish on old or new 964.7061DURRANCE Keystone Hflt*.
;. Company Keystone Heights.Ph. 12 x 12. W11.5U; 12 x 15.only
473-3602. tfchg :514.95.iany'; patterns ana co- buildings. H & H Plastering Resid.ntolCommercial) Grocery And Variety Store
lors. Dahmer's Discount & Dry Wall Inc. Ph.782-389R
tf
PUMP & SUPPLY CO. WE HAVE MOST COMPLETE
WANTEDwaitress for eve- or 782-3578. 4tchg 5/31 'IndustrialAAA
ning shift. Desert Isle Motel. Monitor Channel 13
SHOP
FABRIC AND NOTIONS
782 -3332. Itchg LOTS FOR SALE Starke Goll HOUSE PAINTING estimates Moved 5 Blocks North On C.B. Radio Install a famous Carrier

& Country Club ready for gladly given, hourly or, by 864 N. Ttmpl Ave quality central air condi _,IN 5T ARK EAlso ,
.. Licenced & r :-v'' ? ?
WANTEDMaid at To-Rena building on or for investment.Lots contract. First class work- > BondedFree tioning system in your
Complete Line Of Hardware & Drapery SuppliesHwy.
home business NOW
area approximately 1/2 EstimatePh. or
Motel. Apply In person only. manship guaranteed. Lonnie
Up acre and larger. Paved roads Roberts. Call-- Days 431- KIRBY CO. Of Starke during our fabulous pre 100 East Store Hour 7.11
season price-breaker sale!
only 3 minutes from town. 9955 Nights{ & Weekends 431- 473-3681 ..,= Of Starke 7 Day a Week
Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 1768. 4tp 5/31 (WINKLER ELECTRIC, Ma..U and Christine D... T.F.'IIIPP .

p.m. tfchg LICENSED INC.) No Job Too Small
electrician and
HOUSES FOR RENT sub-contractor all types Carrier
FOR SALE2 large water home remodeling work. Also KIRBY
0000 oOOOO TRACTOR CO.
front lots on Hampton Lake. welding. Speedy service. 964- (jjjjjJSi
\.
;
F. Register 964-5888 or 964-
8087. 5/31
5tp CARL BEGGS
1 FOR RENTMountain Cottage 8771. tfchg Vacuum T.I.phon.372-3464

. $50 week.Completely furnished. Gulf Service Sawyer-Slade Gas FARM MACHINESNew
. Weeks available June, FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1967 SLEEPING PROBLEM? Rest- CleanersSales
less? GetSnoozer Tablets fora 332 W. Madison
July August September. Limit -
BMW A.C. and tape deck. & Used
5 persons. R.E. Edmondson Call 964-7955. It safe night's sleep. Only Starke, Fla.

Star Rt. Box 49, Black 98C.Andrews Pharmacy. and Service USED 964-7701 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441
Mtn., N. C. (704) 669-6861. FOR SALEReg.. Quarter 2tp 5/17
, 3tchg 5/31 234'N. T.mpl. Ave. GAINESVILLE. FLA.
Horses. See at II. A. Lawson's -
1 NOWTUVE diamond nee-
Itp PARTSFor
. FOR RENT- summer cottages dies for any make or model Phone 964-7596 "Where Service I I. The Better Idea"
A/C. KIngsley Lake. stereo player.Dahmer's Central
By week. Call 533-2366 after FOR SALENew Cut N Jump Discount House tfchg Most Makes Of Cars Machine
'o six. tfchg Tunnel concave Slalom Ski. After 6,P.M. 964-5359 And Tool Product

Paid $72.00 now $45.00 533- LAWN Mowing service largeor 24 Hr. Wrecker Service TOOL MAKERSDIE
FOR RENT- bedroom fur- 2187 after 6 p.m. Itp small. Contact Steve Thomas MAKERSMachinists STARKE BUILDERSA
nished house. Couple only. Hwy. 301 N. Waldo

Apply 337 N. Walnut St. Itp FOR SALE2 Holstein hei- 964-7415 tfchg E. W. Pringle Phone 468.1998 Complete Building Service
Top R.t.i 54 Hour W .lc.
fers with 4 calves. Ph. 782- ROOFING, specializing in repairs Roofing Co. Phone 964-5270 219 E. Washington St.
FOR bedroom house. 3699 Pete Smith Lawtey. and reroofing: All repairs Ho.plt.lift.Uon. In.w.nc. Starke, Fla.
$75.00 month. 410 W. AndrewSt. Up guaranteed 1 year. Cl..n Pr.cl.lon Air Condition

Contact Tolbert McCoy, Aluminum 'gutter, white ena- 17 Yn Exp.rlenceLlc.ns.d Your shooCENTRAL CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL

9647818. Itp FOR SALEDoors, entrance, nel. COOL, SEAL FOR MOBIL MACHINE "The No Wax Floor" $4.59
Interior louvers "}TOME ROOFS. 3/4 mile 'N. Real Estate
screen. & TOOL PRODUCTS Comoletelv: InscalleH : At $6.50 fmr Sq. Yd.
FOR RENT- Furnished 1 bed- slid Compare
shutters closet blfolds :31)1.() Rogers Upholstery 964- Broker
room house close to town.No ing glass Windows awning 8350. 4tp) 5/24 New & Old Work Gainesville Fla.

pets or children. Itchg & single hung. Also lumber 1 Yr Guarantee BUY SELL TRADEAPPRAISALS I Ph. 376-2533 BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI
and hardware. New & used
LOW
NYLON
LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast
priced to save you money. with X-ll Diet Plan, $3.00. Free Estimates Many Colon To Choo. From $6.97
George Ricks 301 N.of Starke
REDUCE Excess Fluids with Call Bill Powell Exe..d. F.H.A. Specification
964-5184. 4tp 6/7 964-8961
t FOR RENT ) Rubb.r Padding P.r So. Yd.
X-Pel $3.00.Money Back Gua- A.A. MEETING Compl.t.ly In.t.ll.d Over
rantee at Koch Drug. 12tp 964-6464 SHAG
FOR SALEBuckskin Welsh 6/21 FRIDAY NIGHT
pony with saddle & bridle, NO JOB TOO BIG 24 Hrs. A Day loot Conunuou. "11. N"lonTh.. Carpet With Th. NOW LOOM!

FOR RENT Mobile homeon 4 years old. 782-3564. Itp REDUCE: safe & fast with 8:30: P.M. Many Color. To Choo.. From *y Qf
Kingsley Lake. No pets. Go-Bese Tablets & E-Vap OR TOO SMALL Completely In.t.ll.d Ov.r Rubb.r Padding Par Sq. Yd. .
I. Jerry Glover Ph.Jacksonville FOR SALE-Two lots In Waldo. "water pills" --Andrews SEWINGMACHINE 30? N. CHERKY( ST.
724-5472 after 5 p.m. 4tp Call 964-6688 or 4311000. Pharmacy. 3tp 5/24 ---
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For Plumbing Service FACTORY HELP NEEDEDOwen
ROOMS FOR RENTreason- LARGE EGGS, 501 doz. at Your Business I
able weekly rates. Starlight Waters Market Place 301 S. lONG CHAMPHome CALL Sale and Service I

Motel 2 miles north of Starkeon lip PFAFF- ELNA Want To Stop, That's Our of Florida, Inc. need dependable, able I
Hwy 301. t Itp
MULLIS New Home
and Building Business bodied factory help. No export ince necessary.
FOR RENT12' wide mobile FOR SALE: REMODEL- Materials PLUMBING CO. WHITE I
homes outside city limits. J. LING and will sell windows Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits.
,I B. White. Ph. 964-6114. If frames sash commodes & -WE BUILD New ConstructionOr $49.50 up MAITIN CAMPERS I I IIF

no answer, 964-6219. tfchg lavatories sinks 'with cast drains iron, assorted kitchen "Y.ur Plans Or Our Repair Parts & Repairs on U.S. 90 Wet. Lake City YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY AT I

1/4" plywood pieces wall cabinets Your Lot Or Ours." Phone 473-2154 all other make machinesNATIONAL Phone 752-3723

AUTOMOBILES tact Leo, electric Champion stove.at Hart-Con- FREE ESTIMATES Lake Geneva, Fla. For Best Selection Of OWEN JOIST :

USED mann Apartments next to Gar Remodeling Repair (Local Call From Scarke) TRAVEL TRAILERS t

den Restaurant in afternoons Addition MINI-HOMES ,
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
or phone 964-7627 In pjn. TRUCK CAMPERSAND
t. 1971 Jeep C-J 5 Universal lip Home Traded Bought Sold WE ARE 611 W. Univ. Ave. TOPPERSFull Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday ,
V-6 engine aut hubs post
1 traction rear full top, many ACREAGE FOR SALE9M4453 Gainesville, Fla. Line Of Parts And I I
Less than 10- FOR SALE- butane Inter- NOWORGANIZING
other features.
000 miles. Like new. Gainesville national tractor; 1 new Holland 378-1355 Service rr I 7:00: A.M. To 5:00 P.M. t

Itchg Rake; 1 David Brown Hwy.. 301 S. Stark. Tr I _ _ __ I
378-6348. 0 S------------- -
tractor. Call 964-8639. Itp ..
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FOR SALEFord pick-up w/ A TOUR
camper topper first class FOR SALESiamese kittens RefinishingAll MORTGAGESInterested
condition. A/C. R.L. IIam- 6 weeks old. Ph. 5332665. FORA Sowing Operators

rick. Phone 964-8075. Itp Itp Typ. Of

t7phelsteryrv.p'd Experienced Preferred But We Will Train.If buying
-' zh ,, BAIILl MICRUISE .
WATSON'SHOUSE t. lit & econd up to dateor

OF VACUUMS Cabinet Work ; You Are Seeking Regular Permanent d.llquentIIortga...*
LOST AND FOUND Many brands of new vacuums Specializing In
Employment.
from$39.00$10.up. Expert Used machines Repairsall Piano Refinishing If Interested LET US MAKE YOU AN OFFERCall

makes. Parts and Accessories And Reconditioning! Cadillac Uniform Co.
FOUND- Walker hound. Own- for all vacuums. Built Call Margie Or Phillip John Bradley Southern" Discount
er may have be Identifying; in Central vacumn clew:'. ;c C. E. JACKSON 441 I E. BrownleeStarke
and board. 964-7449
paying for ads 964-5010
systems. 712 N.Main,Gainesville Fla. (
TF)
.. Call 782-3181. 3tP 5/31 376-7110 1313 W. Madison Starke ..

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BUS Guidance Counselor Land Sales . 15 Inmates Plead Innocent I


(Prem Page l 1)) :
A.H. Thomas to Mr. and i1I'"iI'
Asks ReconsiderationTo Mrs. Dwight Slater of Gaines- To Charges In Disturbance
and Mrs. Gilbert Z. Crosoy ville ': ; : :
of Starke for$5,000. I II '-' -- --
Transfer To Vo-Tech A parcel of land on SR.230 Lot nine of Block six in .i I Ali 15 Florida State Prison own attorneys. ,
sold hv -Mr. And Mitester -. Saratoga. Heights sold by Inmates Involved in the April Prison &1pt. Sidney Fort: Fortner said.
G. Humphrlesto Mr. and Mrs. Lysle E. Wil- 30 disturbance In the of hard Other inmates and prison
A veteran Bradford educa- her share, and is honest with prison ner said a "group
Mr. and Mrs.' G. W. liams to Mr. and Mrs. William workers injured in the fracas
tor, high school guidance he students. garment factory pleaded innocent core Inmates" started the
counselor Delia Rosenberg, Somehow she has become Brewer of Starke for 3000. H. Andrews of Waldo ? /'. 9t Flll to 38 charges in Circuit trouble In the garment factory were treated and released.
A lot In Green Acres sold
has asked reconsideration of Involved with scheduling duties for $13,500.A Court here Tuesday. In the maximum secur-
her transfer to the vo-tech Miss Rosenberg said. by Mr. and Mrs. Maitland r iiiitt The defendants pleaded not ity section of the prison.Four
center as a classroom typing ; "I don't know how, but you WhItehead to Mr. and Mrs. parcel of land on Sampson tqlI1 guilty to each charge before prison workers and four Inmates Smoke Says t
Robert C. of
Instructor. do the Job given you." Autry Starke Lake'sold by Mr. and Judge George L. Patten and were Injured and the
Miss Rosenberg, who has Since the two board mem- for 3000. Mrs. Lloyd G. Edwards to were given 10 days to file garment factory set ISAN EXAMPLEOF
A parcel of land Sr- $30,000 HERE
taught In Bradford schools bers were absent Board on Mr. and Mrs. Austin K. motions. Trials were set for damage estimated at
for 25 years, appeared at Member H. A. Lawson said, 325 sold by Mr. and Mrs.E. Jefferson of Jacksonville for July 9 and 10. Results of a preliminary investigation CONTROLLED
Estes
Mr.
to and Mrs.
the May 8 school board meet- he recommended letting Supt Jeff 7000. Three inmates are charged by corrections officials BURNING !
Baker
Ing to request that her transfer Jim Temple reconsider the of Hampton for I.. with assault with Intent to showed that Sapp,foreman ,
be reconsidered. Two transfer, and settle the issue $7.800.five A parcel-of land in Sec. i murder in the attack on John of the garment factory,
members short that day, the at the next meeting. Iota of Gould Park 11-6-22 sold by Mr. and Green Sapp, 41, prison em- had reprimanded an Inmate A
school board tabled the matter .. If the board reconsiders In Hampton sold by A & E Mrs. Raymond Norton to 1Ifig ployee most seriously injured for his lack of work short
until the entire board Is It indicates the board has Construction Inc. to Mr.and Donald! McLean, Jr.and Allen in the disturbance. Green ly before the fight broke out,
present. Presumably,that will made a wrong decision, said of Mrs. Marklee for H. Norman E. Brooke of Jacksonville !1 was stabbed four times and the superintendent said.
be at the board's next meet- Board Member Johnnie Blalne A Hampton 4100. br $15,000.A still lacks the use of one When the inmate refused
"I don't feel we've parcel of land of US- leg, although he has returned back work started
Ing on June II. Thompson. to go to Sapp
301 sold parcel of land US
made decision," by George Roberts on o home from the University him ,Fort-
It was the only businessthe a wrong to put on report
Insurance, Inc. to Mr. and 301 sold by Mr. and Mrs.
of Florida Medical Center. But before I Ii
stated.
school board ducked In Thompson ner said. Sapp
Mrs. Roberts of Aubrey Maulra, Jr. to
George Starke L.K.
in an otherwise routine and Supt. Temple said Wednesday for $8,700. WhItehead, Ralph STYLE-SETTER-Pure cot- Other charges against the could call to have the Inmate -
and
the issue of the Bryan creates and Inmates simple assault the
brief business morning ton a dashing are placed on report
meeting. of land Sr-18 Steve C. WhItehead of
a parcel Starke
on
Chairman Hall transfer did not come up at super-comfortable tuxedo. Ina arson, and riot.A other Inmates saw what was
Rodney was a special work session on sold by Mr. and Mrs. B.H.! for$14,400. white-grounded plaid, the court official Tuesday described happening and several of them i
on military duty and Board Loper to Blta Mlchlell of Pat- 6.25 acres In sec. 7-7-22 Palm Beach design is accented -
held the Inmates "arrogant"
school board policies as attacked Sapp.
Member Art Holllday was absent chogue, New York for$4,300. sold by Mr. and Mrs. CarlF. by solid lapels and
due to Illness In his Tuesday night May 15. He Lot one in Bradford Heights Mety to Mr. and Mrs. cadet-style stripes down the when they appeared to The Inmates apparently used .. .carefully built eamp&rekeeps
said he did not know If it drivers
be Some scissors and
arraigned. requested screw
family Harold L. Shipper of Roselle trousers. It's teamed with a fire la it*place!
sold by T.H. Slade to Mr.
Miss Rosenberg has been a will come up at the June 11 Park New Jersey for $9,400. tucked all-cotton dress shirt black attorneys and some to stab Sapp twice in the back
guidance counselor for 12 meeting or not. Board members and Mrs. James Francis by Hathaway. said they will act as their and beat him about the head
Starke .
of for $6,750.A
Lawson and Holllday

ed years.the Prior BHS Business to that she Educa-head- were absent Tuesday night. parcel Heights of sold land by In Bradford FloraS. .....,.,......,.q..J .,#. ..'.#.,..,.#.## ....,.#" .." ',..,," ..', .. # .. .. ..., ... ....,...,..' '#.'#,I." .'

tion Department. Slade to Mr. and Mrs.
"I'm concerned about being J.D. Francis for
WISH I'D SAID $6,750. Quail's
transferred to the vo-tech
Four lots InWoodlawn Subd.
center," Miss Rosenberg told THAT sold by George W. Snyderto
the school board. She said she Mr. and Mrs. Sidney D. Mobile Homes
has worked hard in the Brad- Horbin of Jacksonville for
ford school system, has done $12,500. 0JMeT0i//r E vr/y0DyJrAt 0/

2 MI. S.1C.ydon.On Hwy 100
Four lots In WoodlawnSubd.
"The Fullerton Philoso- sold by Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Trouble A Down Behind Gizmo PH 473.2120
pher says that with just a Horbin to C. Kenneth Bar- Having Raising
little more help from the field and H.L. Barfield of
RUBBER government, there's a for- Lawtey for$6,750. '
tune to be made in poverty." 4.29 acres in sec. 2-7-22 Payment For A New Mobile Home
Nelson
sold by Mr. and Mrs.
-So H. Farrington, The
Griffls Is to Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey (N. Dak.) Herald. Howard C. Pursey of Bald-
Find Out About Our New
simps "Some folks believe the win for $7,000.
of land in
Forty acres
best to start federal aid ?
way Sp
sec 14-6-22 sold Mr. and
to education would be tc Mrs. Violet C. Johnson to Lease Plan
Wide ".
teach arithmetic ,in Wash Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Z. Now12x60'

Made to Order ington, D. C.-William R. Crosley of Hampton for $10, 24x44s Used 12x46 $200
Lewis, The Wash. Variety
Lynden ( )
Tribune. 000.Twenty; acres In sec.7-6-22 Down & Bal To Suit Your Budget
sold by A.G. Weaner to Mr. 01 12x24's
Highest Quality and Mrs. Richard A. Underhill We Can Put You In A Home For Less Than You Think
"Another explanation of of Starke for $6 ,000. Doublewides
Reasonable Prices the modern child's mannersis Twenty acres In sec. 33-6- Come In And Talk To Lex Or Jeanette Baker
that too many woodshedshave 30 sold by Mr. and Mrs.
&
Phone 964.6305 been converted into R.H. Green to Mr. and Mrs.
Carl F, Davis of Gainesville
Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH garages.-Harold S. May, for $10,000.Lot Single
The Florence (Ala.) Herald. 24 In New Hampton. You Must See Us Before You Buy

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