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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 22, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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KnifeAlbert Spurred by Mayor
Carl Hurst, the City

Council voted Tues-

McDuffy reached for day night to place on
and
a knife Sunday night was
shot beside the right e>c and the September ballot

killed by a .25 caliber bullet changing Starke government -
fired by Robert Tyson In the
t Red Honey Juke In Reno according -. to a mayorcommissioner -

{/ to the Starke Police type,

Department. and extending the
McDuffy 32, a Reno residentwas
pronounced dead-on-ar- terms of office of

rival at the Bradford County all officials to four
/ Hospital The body was taken
Cf
4r to Galnesvlle for an autopsy. years.The .

Tyson, 37, of the Pleasant n
Grove section Is In the Bradford council urged on by Ma-
; County Jail charged with yor Hurst and City Attorney
Pierce first decidedto
\ f1 George ,
; first degree murder. No ball
ablolsh the city court system -
has been set.
with all disposedof
cases
Tyson' was arrested early
by January 1 or turned over
Monday morning sitting beJilnd'the -
to the county. The state's revamped
counter on a stool, "
from which he fired the shot court system urea
elimination of aU
( ,s'h knock which killed McDuffy according -
; l : : in tK* to Lt. Harold Crows courts by 1977 anyway.
loose 'from of the Starke Police Depart Secondly the council accep-
; ment. Patrolman Lane Sibley ted Mayor Hurst's suggestionthat
kitchen arrived at the scene on East Honor America"It the present form of government -
of the
Brownlee Street and Tyson bescrapped because
t kitchen. gave him the pistol, a .25 with no city court there will
caliber automatic. Is the opinion of this office that everyone In Bradford be virtually no need for a ma-

; Tyson was behind the counterIn : County should participate !In our local Honor America vor.
the Red Honey owned by Day and renew an old fashioned togethernessand The proposal for four years
affirm afresh a closer Americanism and patriotic terms for city officials came
his brother-in-law Lt. Crews
:, w said. Some type; of, argument : stronghold In our county and country states the from City Clerk Merrill Ed-
f wards. It will be a separate
developed and McDuffy who proclamation Starke Mayor Carl Hurst signed Tuesday.
question on th September bal-
: according to witnesses always "1 urge all citizens to Join with us July 4." Mrs Hazel lot; passage of defeat of either -
carried a knife reached into Pitch chairman of 1972 Honor America Day acti- the mayor-commission'
: 1 his pocket. vities, looks on as Mayor Hurst pens his name. type of government or the four
Tyson got the pistol either
I from beneath the counter or The program sponsored by the Starke Woman's: Club, year term Issue will not affect
from his pocket, Lt. Crews will begin at 2:30: p.m. on July t with a parade and end the other.
said and fired once, biting with a fireworks display that night Planned activitiesat What triggered the action
McDuffy by the right eye. WhenLt. the Bradford Fairgrounds Include music booths a Tuesday was Mayor Hurst's
Crews arrived at the scene fried chicken dinner, a Softball game between city resignation effective Jan. 2
: shape of all l the Tyson was sitting on the lama and county officials a tiers show and a square dance. Reson, lIurse said, was to com.
:: county according stool from which he said he with state laws he
: Mayor Hurse has called upon all citizens, organizations, ply so can
fired the shot.McDufy for the vacant office of
churches, schools and lay groups to the run
: : also said that no did have a knife In clal day. recognize spe county; judge. In his letter of
washed away and his pocket, Lt. Crews said. resignation Mayor Hurst proposed
l I all roads in the McDuffy has been arrested the first two changes.
; : numerous times and had a "With many fond memories,
:
:: Bradford County reputation as a rowdy, accord- I submit my resignation as
to enjoy bright ing to Lt. Crews. He had been F rank illiams Mayor of the City of Starke
weekend, accord- shot or cut several times In effective January 2, 1973.
reprt gi- previous scrapes. In one Instance -
lilt Is my Intention to run for
:'; of Fores- several years ago, :Mc- the vacate office of County
Duffy was shot by his mother Court Judge of Bradf County
Announces Bid
the weekend is
with a shotgun.
Florida where I can further
with little chance The
shooting is under investigation serve the people of Bradfrd
little chance in by the State's County as well as the City of
Attorney with assistance from
Starke.

officers Crews and Sibley For House ,Seat "I would like to see the City

(! of Starke dissolve the municipal -
court systems and the office -
of municipal Judge since
.1'V Ted DuncanTo Frank L. Williams Bradford the $12,000 per year legislative there has been a revamping
civil Job. Incumbent Rep. Gene
County defense
director
of the courts. I would like to
Retire announced :Monday June 19, he Shaw D-Starke, says he will see the City; of Starke adopta
not seek re-election.
will campaign for the District Mayor-Commissioner
District 25 Includes Bradford system
25 seat in the newlv
State reappor- and amend the Charter ac-
Attorney T. E. (Ted)
tioned Florida House of Re- Clay and the northern half of "
Duncan
of Gainesville announced St. Johns Counties. Williamswill cordingly.
} : departments head yesterday that he will face at least four opponents Pierce suggested abolishingthe
asked to have not be a candidate for reelection in his bid for the state house city; court by November
in h the clerk's 1189" but nobody gave him the go-
)' 15. Clerk Brown Duncan, a native of Lake J In announcing his candidacy ahead Hurse noted. But the
,)' begun work Butler, was first elected to +eIn Monday. Williams stated Idea caught: on Tuesday night.
Unknown effects this office In the Eighth Judicial It is his desire to representall With little discussion Councilman
: the new revamped Circuit In 1938, and has the people In District 25, Jimmy McRae moved
: count court sy- served continuously since that He points) out that ". for the attorney Initiate the proper
recentb.toob- ems without opposition.He also too long government has not procedure to establish a ma-
: i extension In pre- served as Alachua County Pros- ,.t responded to the needs and yor-commissioner form of government
.1.' count budget. It ecutor for approximately four the wants of the people. The and to .. tlmlnate the.
Tallahassee on years prior to his election as 'little man' has been city court.Itpass53unanlmously. -
:: 1 of July 1 1. State Attorney. always .
and not listened to.
to unravel some Duncan has been the dean of neglected J, Clerk Edwards then suggestedthe
feel that a representativeshould
state extension ot the city term
on which prosecutors for several be full time and pledgeto
{ paid by the state years; and. according to records be < full'time legislator." of office: to four years, saying
Clerk \lr- of the Association of he has been convinced for some)
) Main Issues of the campaign
a con- National District Attorneys, s Is Williams continued are not time It would Improve city government -
also dean of the nation's .
State Association pros- education and taxes becau..1Itepeople
held at Cocoa ecutors. have already expressed "The second: year now all they
In announcing: his retirement, ri themselves those matters. do Is politic.) the clerk said
on
Brown said, he Duncan said "It Is now time However Williams says he Is "They promise anything. .
state will appar- to stop aside and let the awesome i deeply concerned about both not saying thifs what youalldid

the tab for the responsibility dutiesof Issues and will deal with them tonight be told the coun
new county Judge this office be placed In the according: to the wants and desires cU.
Frank William
!; : new county hands of a younger Individual of the people he repre- Asked It his suggestion In-
has gone up from al t'1-' end of my present term. presentatives. sents. c',tded the clerk and the chief
> ( In revamp My family and I are humbly Williams has submitted his His main Interest Williams of police Edwards answered
5 of the new and deeply grateful for thecontinuted resignation, effective July,1 1, says will be to represent the Jokingly, "1 Include myself
Neither confidence: : shown In metithcroth to the Bradford County Com- district and In addressing himself i first.5'
: I have to pay my long tenure In of- mission. He promises If to "everyday people pro- More hesitant on the bur
( Page 9)) elected to work full time at ($_ P.g.10)) (See Pooe 10)Juliaq )







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Gladys Mooty, Society Editor, 964-760S '. ,

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Stork/ Shower Set t r p ExchangedIn
Reception r I Reception Given Crews-Adkins Vows

For Mrs. /InmanMrs. For VV. "A. Hogans By MethodistsFor Lake Butler Church Rites


Douglas Inman was Sunday AfternoonMembers Ministers .
honored at a stork shower Wed ery. Mrs. Marta McMurtrle "

nesday night of last week given of the First Bap- Rev and Mrs. DeWitt T. assisted in cutting the cake.
by Mrs. R.G. Paterson, Mrs. tist Church will give a farewell Farabee and family wen honored ,. The punch table was covered
Mare Jackson, Mrs. Phil Vel- reception Sunday after- at a farewell reception ltH with a white lace cloth and cen- NewArrivals
lenga, Mrs. Herb Her res, and noon from 3:30: to 5 o'clockin Wednesday night of last \ tered with a crystal punch bowl.
Mrs. David Montgomery at the the recreation hall honoring/; week in the Methodist Fellowship ,
home of the latter.A Rev and Mrs. W.. A. Hogan. oft Hall given by the Church Ti. This was balanced by the bridal -
Mr. Hogan Is retiring on June members. Rev and Mrs.Fara bouquet and a silver candelabra -
pink and blue color schemewas 30 and moving to Pensacola. bee and family were transferredto with yellow tapers. ,
carried out In the party; Members of the WMU will be Sarasota on Thursday.The t Mrs. A. B. Malmsjopresldedat
decorations. Blue hydrangea, In charge of arrangements.All tea table was covered
punch bowl. Miss Martha Ad- Bradfrd County Hospital
used In floral
were ments. arrange- friends are Invited to with a damask cloth and centered kins sister of the bride, kept announced the following births:
attend. ,' with an arrangement of the bride's book. Mr. and Mrs. William Steve
Games with prizes were t 4i1 yellow and white summer flo After a short wedding to Nipper, Smoker, a son, William
wers. Mr..E.L.Matthews,pre- South Florida the couple Is Steve Nipper Jr., June
the 24 duringthe
played by guests Baptist ChoirMembers WSCS
sldent of the presidedat
party hours. 8 to 10 p.m. residing In Lake Butler. 16.
The hostesses presented the Enjoy the ,punch bowl. iie1Mr The bride graduated from Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dyal
honoree with a diaper cake J.W. Hitch lay leader, pre- 1f Blackshear High School In 1969, Jr., Smoker a son, Kelley
and diaper bag as a mementoof Barbecue SupperMembers sented Revr. Farabee with a received licensed practicalnurse Lavern, June 20.
the occasion. ; JIj monetary gift from the con-. I training at Waycross Vo- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A.
gregation. II cational Technical School Way-
I Lane Starke
a
of the First Bap- 100 attended daughter,
Approximately cross, Ga. In 1970 and is now Carlene Lavon, June 20.
tist Church adult choir and
between the hours of eight and
attending Lake City Community
Miss Darlene/ Hall their wives, husbands and nine o'clock. and Mrs. Cecil Adkins College majoring In registered

Wed Mr. EvansMrs. dates held covered a barbecue dish chicken at- of Starke announce the mar- nursing.
To and
supper '--- My Neighbors
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl riage of their daugher, Sandra Mr. Crews graduated from J
Jane, to Herman Floyd Crewsof Oceanside High School Oceanside -
Calvin Hall of Lake Hurst on Searing Street last j Rev. and Mrs. George L. Lake Butler, son of Mrs. Calif. In 1969 and servedIn At IMMIlN71 ._1 1I
Geneva announces the engage- Friday night. Harper and two sons formerly Bertha Crews and the late John the U.S. Army for three
ment and approaching marriageof Tables of Mount Dora were wel- Crews of Deland. Rev. Moseley ;years. He Is now employed by I
her daughter Darlene Mar- were set up on the comed to the parish at a reception performed the nuptials at 7 p.m. Forest Hills Building Co. In
lon to Charles Ray Evans patio and carport area and I from 8 to 7 p.m. Sun- .on June 9 In the First Baptist Lake City, operating heavy
son of Mrs. Pauline Giiffls covered In bright red cloths .,..,;J day In the Methodist Fellowship Church, Lake Butler. equipment.
of Starke. Miss Hall Is also for the 61 attending member Hall given by the Women Decorating the altar was an

the daughter of the late Cal- and guests. ,4 t i t of the Church. arrangement of gladioli and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas
y'yto Standing in the receiving line daisies.
vin Hall. potted of last week
Special entertainment was N... "JIb. t rh Mrs. E.L. Matthewspre- were guests
\iil were Harry Dale attended as best of Mrs. C. M. Fowler in Win-
furnished by the popular local aldent of the WSCS J. W.
The wedding will take placeat : man. Thomas atten-
ter Park. Mrs,
8 p.m. June 30, In the group, "The New Frontiers, Pitch, lay leader: and Rev.,, Jamie B. McMurtrie servedas ded her 42nd high school
composed of Don Hardy, Bob and Mrs. Harper and
Gadara Baptist Church. sons matron of honor. She wore a Putnam
at High
The bride-elect attendedthe Edwards Impromptu, and Mike and Hanks.Informal DoneChristine// Padgett Weds Decorating the hall were arrangements floor length yellow dotted Swiss School class reunion in Palatka on Satur "I'm really a postImpressionist
Keystone Heights School. of roses, Shasta gown, peasant style, with short '
day. !
followed the
Mr. Evans graduated from BUS group singing en- Mr. Jones In Raiford ChurchMiss daisies and summer flowers. puffed sleeves and round neckline -
In 1969. tertainment. The tea table table was covered and a small row of dais-
All friends and relatives are Special guests were Rev and with a white cut work cloth and ies at the high waistline. A dotted wt
Mrs. W.A. Hogan. Donell Christine Pad- mums. +
centered with an arrangementof Swiss g1VE
invited to attend. She given In marriageby bow secured her short
was
gett and Jamas Allen Jones
pink and white carnationsand
her father. ;yellow tulle veil. She carried a
were united in marriage on gladioli balanced silver
by
OES NoticeThe Dyal'Denton Saturday June 10, in the First Bridal attendants, were Su- candelabra with: pink tapers. bouquet of ;yellow daisies.
.
Baptist Church of Raiford, with an Padgett Coins, matron of Approximately 120 guests The bride given in marriage
Mrs. Willie Mae Denton Rev. Aaron Singletary officiating. honor; Debbie Mowry maid attended. by her father, wore a floor
Starke Chapter Order of of honor; and Vera Padgett, St09lES
and Bert G. Dyal Jr. of Hampton length A-iine gown of white -
the Eastern Star will have a The bride daughter of Mr. and Wanda Jones, bridesmaids. cotton nlrnm. with sM Eta ;
united in marriage on nhort Duffed
family supper Saturday nightat were and Mrs. DeWitt They wore empire styled crepe oE
C. Padgettof A uxiliary/ Police sleeves. A single row of dais-
June 10. They are residing at
7 o'clock at the Masonic In and and
yellow blue
Starke, wore a gown of gowns neckline and sleeve bands. A ,,
A A L
Mrs. Dyal's home, 822 W. Cypress -
Hall. All Masons and their silk organza and Venice lace, carried giant mums. Host CookoutAuxiliary matching bow, trimmed with ,
families are Invited to atend. St. poised over layers of starchednet The bridegroom son of Mr. daisies, secured her waist
and bridal taffeta. Her em- and Mrs. Henry Jones, of Mc- Police Department length veil and she carreld a )
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I ptte bodice was enhanced by a Bean was attended by members entertained with a round bouquet of white daisies
rounded neckline, and a laced Sonny Walker best man; Dub cookout Sunday, at the Frank surrounded by a border of
MONDAY, JUNE 26-OHLYi, front In* peasant style. The Music Pudeftt, Buddy.hpr Padgett.... and Bll1v Williams home on Crystal lake. white lace Her only ornamentA
n
t. long sleeves were puffed and A reception was held after The 73 persons Included reception was held In the 1
featured wide lace cuffs.,The members of the Auxiliary chutfl; ,! "*"W/ }W8where.) !basm;

I Feed: A'" F'' A-llne flounced hemline skirt had; ,norm a'ngqa wide( the The ceremolY'at.three-tiered; Center\ .':they: PI TndSint RaifordCommunity ;;"\ J ;:, lice,,,the and f Stark.Sherlll'i!Police'DepartMent' Department -! decorating.tetfliJptiStortlQll/ ) were! used Jn.. ,

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circular chapel trallI.LaCl.8P.> cake, 'ecoarted In yellow, and their families. The bride's table was covered
pliigies adorned'th sleeves and' ereen. skirt. Her bridal bouquet featured with lime punch by Misses steaks and hamburgers and the with a four-tiered wedding cake
cymbidium orchids sur- Judy Music and June Godwin, families provided thesldedlsh- topped with a miniature bride I
rounded by daisies and cushion The bride's book was kept by es. and groom Yellow daisies and
Family of Miss Jennifer Padgett, sister Edwards yellow doves decorated the o I
41 of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome cake. Two silver candle holders
and children of Naples
Howard-Bryan After a wedding trip to South held yellow burning candles. At
Florida, the couple will resideIn spent last Tuesday to Thurs- one end of the table was an ar- the right dress...
Announced with his Mr. and
Dote day parents
I Augusta Ga. rangment of daisies and green-
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Mrs. Merrill Edwards.
for t t the right time...


I I 94 I I I III Cove Miss teacher Springs Melba at Bryan Physical Bradford of Green Education High- SAVE AtDEP for the, right price...

II $ II School and Grover Howard of
1 I Macon, Ga. will be married '
Saturday, June 24, at 7:30: p.m. they may not be here
I In the First Presbyterian
when school starts!
I Church of Green Cove, with a
t reception following in the. social StES ALE

I tI I hall.AU friends are Invited. aR preview of new


I II .< t 1972 fall fashionsReg.
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I II I Auxiliary Plans

I Summer FestivalMembers For the "fun filled


:.. --- 'ii'" ; of the KIngsley days of summer" Reg. 2.99 ea. I

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.. Lake Volunteer Fire Depart-
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.... I \ ment Awdllary are planning a
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"--' I Summer Festival Saturday, ;
r-(( "- -' July 1. from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Shifts and \
"',. ) "" I at at ;Strickland's; Landing.
I a'cI:CNtCk iI Featured will be booths, a ;
I I
sweet shop, and country store.
t The public Is billed to at- Culotte ShiftsNew for''
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IA hot meal for less Jaycee Wives arrivals at money saving prices! 3 to 6X
good : Cool and colorful fashions in polyesterand
,
Plan Summer acetate blends. Wide selection of

ActivitiesThe styles. Save now at CarpslSizes !
I than a dollar a person I

Jaycee Wives Auxiliary

1 II Try/ this special finger lickin' good chicken dinner with' met Mri.June Robert 14 Ward at the with home Mrs.of 3.99 ea.

I all the trimmings. Included are: t James Mlneslnger as host
,
t 10 pieces of chicken ess.A. rummage sale was discussed :

I 1 pint of potatoes .I I t for July 22 and plans ,

1 pint of gravy for summer socials were dIs- au\ .. for
,
t 1 pint of slaw cussed.A .
creamy
sewing will be heldat ] t0 l4
I 4 soft drinks part
the home .. Mlnesln- I l
6 hot fresh rolls ger on June 21 to make the
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-, 1 Auxiliary vests.DUPLICATE .

ITry I ; this'special and find out why 'VSTARKE 1 1I

I BRIDGETOURNAMENT
JUNE 27
i.
II I The Duplicate\ Bridge Club .1
I will have a tournament Tuesday gra ; / !
I 1 June 27 at 7:30: p.m. at ;
the Pratt Street Recreation 4 $3:
I LOVES WHAT Center. Players do not have to ++ a'k
be members of ACBL to participate.

:I THE COLONEL Tuesday. night winners were c a

1st- Mr. Luclle Davie, and
COOKS I C. G. Wrenshall; 2nd Mrs. 7-15 10-18 38-40
G. J. McGrlftStand Mrs. Lex
Green; 3rd; Miss Norma Can- CARP'S
"K'sjlngerlickiffgood: I ova and Curtis bonders.
where the summer savings an I ill hold

c my dress
Mr. Walla Llpsey has returned on layaway
1 from a two weeks visit -
:Kentucky Fried Chicken I with her sister, Mrs. A.H.
Mines, In Alachua. and son-in-
.
u. s. 301 law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Cain' UALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES [H5 ji North
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Phone 964.5176 I C.F. Wright I In Gainesville.
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Kirkhnd-Cuttino Mrs. Nancy Gunter and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Marshall Mrs. Ernest Moore and son
Felix Sullivan of Starke. Mrs. and family of p laChl- Eddie Robbins and Miss Jean IC h rysler.P
Miss Angle Raborn of Brooker and cola spent the weekend with her Powell of Lauren. S.C. were Iymoutf
Melody. CUWnO
arid Ron. -
Mrs. Barbara Newton of Mer- "
parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben
ale Klrkland weekend gteati of Dr. Jean
will babe united to
Mrs. Guntor's
ritt bland visited .
Rowland. Mundy at Klngsley Lake and f
marriage on Saturday June 24, son and daughter-in-law I II
,at 7:30 pjn. In tile 'Ir.t Bap. Gunter In they all Tilted Disney World. I -
Oat Church'! : with a reception Mr.' and Mrs. Edgar Mrs. Carrie Curlee of Chat- .... ,
following| to the recreation Melbourne last week. tahoocbee was a Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green were .v-l "
All friends and relatives airs Wednesday guest of Mr. and hosts at a dialer party Thursday ,
Invited to attend.Parties Bill McClane of Jacksonville Mrs. B. P. McLendon. night of lat week at their
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visited his grandparents Mr. cottage on Kingsley Lake honoring e
and Mrs. George Flynn, Sr. Mrs. Lola Johnson Is returning the birthdays of Mrs. 8 s ,. 4 I ,
Given For Saturday.Mr. from a month's visit Emmett Raney; of Freeman.Va.
Melody Cuttino with her son-in-law and daughter and R.A. Green Jr. of Calnsvllle. R I I II
and Mrs. Jimmy Le- Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Ro- The 20 guests Included
BrideelectOn *ls and twins of :Perry were harts, In Indianapolis, lad. members of the families and ,
weekend visitors of her par- a few friends. Mrs. Raney I
of ents Mr. and Mrs. Adolph> turned .Henrietta Hunt re spent last week with Mr. and ;
Wednesday afternoon
last o'clock.week Miss from Melody four to CutUno five Gay. Alachua Wednesday General after Hospitalfor a weekIn Farm.Mrsl: N.B. Rosier at State .., 2 BIG I II

Mrs Agnes Heath of Fort observation and treatment.She brlde-elec'; was honored at a Lauderdale Is visiting her mother had as visitors her son Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Meng ',
tea riven by Mrs. Merritt Wil Mrs. J.S. Sapp, and family and daughter-In-law. Mr. and have moved to at. Petersburg ..1'"''" I I
llama Mrs. J.H. DuPre, Mrs. for two weeks. Mrs. Bernard Hunt, of Bonl- where Mr. Meng Is em-
Stele
Guy and Mrs. W.B. Mun- fay. ployed with an engineeringfirm. ,., I
dy at the home of the latter on W. H. Noll-
and Mrs. .
Mr. For tight meal schedules Kay Kellogg recommends serving 1
KIngsley Lake. weekend with Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin
man spent the 1I
Meatballs. This entree Is trio of
Easy hearty prepared using a
Mrs. Sale greeted guests at Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. Daw- visited Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Co-. Mr. and Mrs. Burnell Cald- atep saving Ingredients Including corn flake crumbs, an economical I I
the door and presented them to klns and family In Jacksonvilleand ker in Palm Beach Sunday and well of Lake Wales were Sunday binder end extender for many ground meat main dl hes. -
the receiving line composed of attended the graduation of Monday.Mr. overnight guests of Mr. Packaged spaghetti! sauce mix Is used as a seasoning for the I 1
Mrs. Williams Miss CutUno their granddaughter Paula and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell. meatballs and in combination with canned gravy to make a
her mother Mrs. MyldredCut- Dawktnsi; from Episcopal High and Mrs. Gerry Gibsonof savory mushroom sauce. While the meatballs are baking thereIn I I
tino, and Mrs. DuPre. School Friday night Merritt Island will spend the Mr. and Mrs. T.A. Yawn m ample time to prepare accompaniments such as hot fluffy I FOR I
The tea table was covered weekend with his parents. Mr. of Gainesville had as Sunday rice buttered noodles or mashed potatoes and a simple green
with a maderira cutwork cloth Mr. and Mrs. Homer Steams and Mrs. L. H. Gibson. dinner guests Judge and Mrs. vegetable.A .
and centered with an arrange have returned from a three Yawn Jr. and family and Mr. helpful shopping tip two pounds ground meats packagedfor I THIS WEEK
ment of pink hydrangeas! and weeks visit in, Clinton Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Glover and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell. meat loaf, often available In supermarkets, may be substltu
shasta daisies. Mrs. F. B. and daughters Karen and Debbie ted for the beef pork and veal.
Beard,, grandmother of the Mrs. Al Harley and daughter have returned from a two Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hart- EASY MEATBALLS '
bride-elect, presided at the Mary Ann of Merritt Island weeks vacation In Freeport and zell of Fern Park were Sun- I 1972 FURY III 4-Door
Iced! coffee service. Summer spent last Tuesday to Nassau In the Bahamas, and day visitors of her father. F. 4 cups corn flake or 1 I'/j-oi. pkg. dry spaghetti
flowers were used-In the Friday with her parents Mr. Naples Fin E. Bolllnger and Dr. and Mrs. 1 cup packaged corn fluke route> mix> I
1 lb. ground beef Hard
party rooms. crumbs Top
and Mrs. Barney McRae and H.B. Bolllnger.
Others assisting were Mrs. also visited her sister Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alvarezand 1 egg '/i lb. ground pork
J.A. Griffin Mrs. Almee Pran- Betty Crawford; Baptist Hospital daughter Lisa, Mrs. Ver- Mr. and Mrs. William Elliott H cup milk I/ lb. ground veal
dl, and Mrs. C.H. Naaworthy. Jacksonville.Glen da Johns and Mr. and Mrs. of Bonaire. Ga. visited a 10a-os. cans (caVa' cups) mushroom gravy I Power Steering. Power Brakes air

The hostesses presented the Gregory Alvarez attended the their son Paul Elliott, over 1. If corn flakes are used, measure; crush Into fine crumbs. Conditioned tinted) Glass Radio
I ,
honoree with a piece of her Conner and daughtersof State FFA convention in Day- the weekend. 2. Place corn flakes crumbs egg milk and Xj package spaghettisauce I
chosen china pattern as a Orlando attended a Clemons tona Beach last Friday.Mr.and mix In mixing bowl; beat well. Add ground meats; mix I V-8 Torquc-Flile Trans. Stock No. P34
memento of the occasion. family reunion at New Hope on Mrs. Harold Alvarez receivedtwo Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brooklns only until combined. Shape rounded measuring tablespoonfuls of I
Sunday.Mr. plague and merit pins as of Atlanta spent the weekend ground meat mixture into balls. Place In single layer In foil lined I 9,9(10( Miles. I II
parents Jimmy Alvarez State with Mr.and Mrs. E. C. baking pan.
Mrs. Roger Akers and Mrs. FFA president Dukes. 3. Bake In moderate oven (375'P.) about 30 minutes or until
Preston Guthrie gave a dinner and Mrs. Peter Alogna well browned; remove from oven.
party Saturday night at the Gar- and family of Cheshire Conn Among those attending the Mr. and Mrs. Olin White and 4. Meanwhile. In small mixing bowl stir together gravy and I $3,4 2 7 I II
den Restaurant for Miss Cut- spent last week with her mo- Florida National Guard convention sons were In Jackson. Tenn. remaining H package spaghetti sauce mix; pour evenly over
tino. ther, Mrs. Gladys Weldon be- In Tampa over the Saturday) to Wednesday of last meatballs.
Centering the dining table was fore moving to Jacksonville weekend were Co!. and Mrs. week visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. Return meatballs to oven for about IS minutes or until sauceis I 1
an arrangement of gold, green where they will make their J. A. Griffin, CW2 and Mrs. Floyd Boone and attending thoroughly heated.
and white gladioli and pompoms. home. A.J. Eaves Col. and Mrs.Fred the wedding of Floyd Benjamin Yield: 8 servings 56 Easy Meatballs each I I
The ten guests Included Mrs. A. Lewellen CWO John C. Boone to Miss Ann Sto-
Myldred Cuttino mother of the Stephens Sr., CWO Robert Pa- veall on June 11. The Whites I I II
honoree and Mrs. A.W. Kirkland with a cutwork cloth and cen- terse, Mal and Mrs. Don visited Look Out Mountain Mr. and Mrs. lavon Alvarezof Mrs. Gene Ivey of Dallas, I
mother of'the prospective -' tered with an arrangement of Rardon and, LTC and Mrs.V. enroute home. Orlando were Saturday to Texas Is spending three weeks 1
bridegroom.The pink carnations and gladioli. J. Spongier. Tuesday visitors of Mr. and with her parents Mr. and
hostesses presented the Mrs. F.B. Beard, grandmotherof Leslie and Tom Johns of Mrs. O.R. Alvarez Sr. Mrs. J. E. Hardy. Mr. Ivey 1972 DUSTER Dark Green
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honoree with a silver cake standas the honoree preside?. at Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andrewsand Macclenny spent th week- will Join the family next week. ,
a memento of the occasion. the silver coffee service and Mr. and Mrs. Larry MarcUs end with their grandparents. LTC and Mrs. V.J. Spongier -
Miss Linda Haas presided at and daughter' Harbara of Mr. and Mrs. J.w. Rltch. and daughter Debbie and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Frlndsley Torque Flite Trans.. Power Steer I
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the silver punch bowl. Jacksonville were Sunday Mrs. Emma Badman spent the and datugIterofNaehvtlleTerm.?
i Miss Cuttino was complimented Assisting In serving were guests of Mr. and Mr. R. O. Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery weekend In Tampa where were Monday to Wednesday ing Air Conditioned, Tinted Glass I
I at a coffee Saturday Mrs Johnny Kopelousos and Dansby. and family held Sunday Mr. Spengler attended the National guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. I Radio, WSW Tires, Deluxe Wheel
I morning given by Mrs. J. R. Mrs. Gene Shaw. dinner with Rev. E.F.Montgomery Guard conference. They Hardy. Covers- Stock NO. P37. ((11.100 ,
Wainwright' Mrs. O. L. Standing In the receiving line Darby Peek of Lake City Sr. in Falrfleld. were Joined by Dr. and Mrs. ,
Haynes Jr., and Mrs. J. W. were the honoree, her mother, visited her mother, Mrs. S. Gerald Ewing and daughters Mr. and Mrs. C.L. DlnMns I Miles' )
Retch at the home of the latteron Mrs. Cuttino and Mrs. Kirk- L. Peek Jr. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Til- of Sarasota.Mr visited Mr. and Mrs. David I
W. Madison StreetArangementas land.The ley of Hollywood spent the Christopher In Fitzgerald, Ga. $
and hostesses presented the Mrs. Eve Baldwin visited weekend with their parents ,. and Mrs. H.B. ,Tres- Monday.Dr. !
ahastedafa edlat s- honoree with << cap and saucer Nell Webb in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.! J.G. Jackson, cott of Macon Ga. Spent the 2ii8-I
Mrs.
:" ;.I -',to: her tIJOWlll"eMna.-prttem asia 1 1 the weekend. "1. "' and Mr. and Mn Robbie Shal- weekend here with friends. and Mrs. Robert Vessels,

'The coffee j&bjaa i Covered memento. 'y.of a,the .occasion. over iw .. ler., 1.1 i .. of New Concord, Ohio will spend ,
-VJ -'III r l" n Ann Conner of Orlando the first of next week with Mr.
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I r Is visiting her grandparents, Mrs. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner, I
Better Take A Second
I 23rd this week. .

I II Friday, Juno I Mr. and Mrs. R.P. McLen- CocoNuttyCustard I Look At These Big I II


I Only-' don Stacey took and their Ian grandchildren to their home Pie Bargain Busters I II

In Islamorada on Friday after I
several weeks visit. The Mc- 1/4/ cup chopped almonds
i I Lendons remained with their 1 unbaked 9-Inch pie crust
family over the weekend. I
I with fluted edge 1
I
Local admittances to Brad- refrigerated
ford County, ; Hospital this week 2 1/2/ cup milk
Include Joseph R. Richard 4. fresh Florida eggs 1 I II
Mrs. Irma Walter and Mrs. 1/2 cup sugar
Lydia W. Johns Raiford; Mrs. 1/2 teaspoon salt
Arrie Browning Mrs. Leona 1 teaspoon vanilla flavoring
English Mrs. Maude Tucker, 1 package grated coconut
I II
I Sylvester ZoltowsU and ((4 oz.) or about 11/4/ cup
p- AT I II Mrs. Nannie Thomas Starke; fresh grated coconut
I and Butler.Mrs. Nettle Mann. Lake

Preheat oven to 400 F. I
I 1
I Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson Press finely chopped almonds
I attended the Woods family reunIon into bottom of unbaked pie '

VAN H.PRIEST : I II week. In Rlchland S.C. last crust. Heat and return milk over to refrigerator. medium aI

heat until it just begins to / I
S/Sgt. and Mrs. Jerry Lawson -
boil. In a separate bowl, beat
and family of Fort Walton together eggs sugar salt, and I I
If i l ALL CLOTHING t(' i iI I Beach spent the weekend with vanilla. Gradually add hot''
I his parents Mr. and Mrs. milk stirring constantly. Pour
; : 1 1t Ewell Lawson Randy and Cherie I
I ;r Lawson remained with their about 3/4/ of hot custard into I And Big Selection

LADIES 1I ,&v_ r : visit.grandparents for a two weeks oven chilled and pie add crust.remaining Place hot in I I

custard with a measuring cup. I 1972 Close-Outs I
CHILDRENS Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morar of Bake at 400 F. for 25 to 30
Panama City; and Mr. and Mrs. minutes or until center is well *
MEETS I It Joe Jordan of Live Oak and set. Pie is done when knife I Furys Chryslers 1
I their children and Sandy Smithof inserted halfway between

Live Oak were guests of outside and center of custard I Satellites Gold Dusters I
their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
fg l ft + All Summer H.A. Lawson during the week- comes out clean.
t ; y Remove pie from oven *
( d I end. ; I
'A + Wagons I
1f ; I Wear Must cool. Place coconut on cookie
? Mrs. W.W. Hood, Jr. and sons sheet and broil until golden
Will and Steve of Charlotte brown. Cool then pile atop Come In And Pick Your I
Go! N.C. will arrive today tnI'M a custard pie.Chill .
I three weeks visit r. well in refrigerator be. New 1972 Car Today

t and Mrs. Hood ST. Mr. Hood. fore serving. Makes one
; Jr. will Join the family next
9-inch
pie.
I II week.


1 I ALL REMNANT I II and Mr.family and Mrs.of Orlando James were Cash thrifty .
the
housewife hops
weekend visitors of her par- ttlectivtlii in the luptrmarkft t I .. SEE OURfGUAEflHTEEDlISEDaRS I II It
MATERIAL ents. Sen. and Mrs. Charley tutting/ the gourmet dtUdfenitctlon
1 1I
j I I Johns. 100 I. only /for dog and /car I I I

Mr; and Mrs. F.V. Herlong
and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Her-
long of Jacksonville were Sun-
day visitors of Mrs. W. F. ,

Herlong.Mr. COUNTY THE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH I Big, Wide Selection Of Many Makes I

and Mrs. Herb Herres 1 And Models At Fantastic Prices
I and family are spending Tues Published every Thursday ,
day to Friday at Crescent at 13S W. Call Street
Values To Beach. Starke. Florida 32M1 1 Check With Torn Collins I
LARGE SELECTION OF
I. !iI1 Mrs. Edith Christiansen Mrs. Second class postage paid Or Vic Vickery Now!
QJ Double Knit I
Ella Moodv. and Mrs. Natalie al Starke, Florida
I II Thornton visited Mrs. Pearl
', ON! SALE Colson In the Gainesville Med- SuhseripUoa" Rateasla ,I

,, 5O ical Center Sunday. trade areas $5.00 per Stare Chrysler-Plymouth

AT.... $1.60 Yard : I ;year; S2.7S six months. I
Mrs. W.H. Hart visited her
I I son-in-law and daughter\ Mr. Outside trade areas ss.se 1 .U.S. 301 North Phone 964-6600 I
I and Mrs. Ronald Crawford In per year; S3.M" i meatha ,
1 I
Ocala Monday to Wednesday.
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Trailer Burns At L. Geneva { '

Of Prisons '' DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

Fir, gutted the living room smoke was filling room. Mrs. ,
1\ "
Due 1 and kitchen of a mobile home Roberson then went to near
.. July
near Lake Geneva at the Lor- the mobile home for Volunteer STARKEPHONE
sen Trailer Court early Wednesday Keystone Heights J6200KEYSTONE
morning.' Fire Department was at the 96.1
The division of the Ralford scene soon after. -
State Prison Into two separate The trailer was owned andoccupied
Institution, effective July ..' by Mrs. Juanita Ro Firemen were Instrumental HEIGHTS
I" was discussed at the Stark berson who smelled smoke and In preventing the fire from
"\ Rotary Club on Wednesday e went to the kitchen to investi- spreading to the other homes. I. PHONE 47.-J-.117b:
r ,.- 14, by Louie L. Wainwright gate the i odor. She said no So far, cause of the tire has
/ I IDURRANCE Director of Florida Division flames were, visible but the not been determined i
f d", \ \ of Corrections. .
i
IL. The speaker said that the ;

MIZELL JR. CARTER ALLEN present East Unit In knorexn .. I .. .
ford County, will be .. ... ,
Mystery Merchants as the Florida State Prisonat '
., ., Starke, and will house about I
1,500 Inmates.The present main \
Three more local businessmen and television sales and sercery business. He founded the prison In Union County will t EVERY HOME SHOULD HAVE
are featured as this week'sMystery vice, and established his own City; Fish & Meat Market located be known as the Uilon Cor-
Merchants in the contest business Carter's Radio & on E, Brownie St.(Highway rectional Institute at Ralford.
which has two more weeks TV Service in 1965 located 16) In 1959 and has been and will have approximately
tO ICO. four miles west of Lawtev on serving the public at the same 1,700 Inmates.
In order to-partclpate.! shoppers State Road 225. Mr. Carter Is location ever since. Mr. Allen All functions of the two Institutions ONE OR THE OTHER.
may clip the silhouetteson proud of the 1972! .Admiral Confeatures special prices insole will be separate
the double page ad In this color TV line and Invites Ms market each week and has Wainwright said, except they
issue, and take to the mer- the public to...:call 782-3577 built up a.large clientele,based will have the same sewer system -
chants they match, along with for a demonstration or more on high quality and low prices. the same laundry facilities -
his ad appearing In this issue. Information Now turn to the Mystery Mer- and the same business
The first three persons pre- ERNEST ALLEN: has bad 28 chants page for this week's. manager He said that approximately -
serving the one-third of the postal
experience
senting the proper silhouettes years special offers. business will be handled
public in the meat and gro
to a merchant will receive val- !, through the Starke Post Office, I
uable gift certificates. Instead of all going through
The four businessmen whose Raiford as at present.
silhouettes appeared last week The main purpose of the dI-
are (from left above)). FLORIDA vislson, Wainwright said, was .
R.V. DURRANCE: proprietorof WILDLlFE\ to cut the size of the Institution -
Durrance Pump& Supply Co. so that no Florida prison f
Mr. Durrance moved here from would have more than .1,200 a
Jacksonville and established the Inmates.
business in 1964. The firm offers % COMMENTS ON THE OUTDOORSby The speaker said that the
a complete line of residential operating budget for the prison Model. 38GS 36.00O Btu's Model 38GR ;36.OOO Btu's
and commerlcal plumbIng system for the 1972-73 biennium
,I service, and also offers Dr. O.E. Jr. is $37.4 million, with an additional -
frye
ee, service and parts on 11.5 million for new con-
pumps with bank financing. Director struction. Pay Increases for the CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING
Durrance recently moved to a three units -- Starke, Ralford.
new location at 864 N. Temple GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION and Lake Butler -- will mean
Ave.. but the Dhone number is about a million dollars more to
the same: 9647061. be scent In this area annually, Quiet
B.F. MIZELL JR.: president (FPR.The) old gentleman babies", and the greybeard he said. The starting pay of Two Great Outdoor Units for .,
of 1st Federal Savings and Loan was a newcomer to the Sunshine continued to shake his head as correctional officers will be '
Association in Starke, has been State, and he grumbled In his he stalked away from his raised from the present $4KU< Dependable Cooling Choose NOW, for
with this Institution since it beard as he watched a Florida lakeside viewing post in a fit of per month to $541, j
opened here in July 1964. First fisherman drop a wriggling Indignation.The The speaker was Introducedby
Federal has enjoyed rapid worm Into the middle of a complainer was a man Rotarian Jim Chasteen. IMMEDIATE Installation at Special
growth since Its opening here shellcracker bed, only to snatch who had fished many years in ,
and now has total assets of a 1V4 pound panfish out of the the northern states, where
almost $9,000,000 Mr. Mizell water a minute later. reduced bag limits and strict Trailer r PRE-SEASON Prices !
is a past president of the Starke Towing
"Just isn't right. he season dates had Infused him
Rotary Club and a member of mumbled. "Won't be any fish with the Idea of specific times to Adds HazardTo
the Chamber Of Commerce left for the rest of us in a few fish for one type of fish, and THE. COMPACT. INCLUDES: THE ROUND ONE INCLUDES. :
Board RICHARD of Governors.CARTER has had years if they keep on robbingthe another series of dates to attempt VacationsDrivers .w.;!' '
:
nests. Just like taking to lure another. Motor..Cruises
New Fan Money-Saving Speed
24 years experience In radio Computer Designed Assembly
mothers away from their The two items he was unfamiliar who tow trailers on
i ...................... ......_._.__........ with were the 12 month their summer outings are Assures,Top Performance! Most Days, Speeds'Up For Scorchers!
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growing season for Florida fish, "hitching up" to added responsibilities -
and the proven statements of and should makea Special Overload Devices. Safeguard InProtective Solid State Con'trols Monitor

i I i SUMMER SCHEDULEBradfordUnion I i Water Florida's Fish Game Commission and Fresh check pre-vacation, says the trailer Florida safety Highway ternal 1 Components! Critical Operating Circuits!


I : .......1.. Biologists for, who fishing insist pressure it is Impossible of Last Patrol.year In Florida 28 fatal Attractive Compact Design Complements; Neighbor-Pleasing! Upflow"Design'Tosses'

: AreaVocationalTechnical : skilled anglers, using sporting crashes occurred Involving Your Home's Landscaping! Heat and Sound Skyward!( l' ,
I tackle, to "fish out" the panflah passengers cars pulling trall-

.: School : population In any healthy body erl.Col. Eldridge'Beach, direc- $49 O Priced only$695/:
Priced From From I
of Florida water..Commiuion tor of the Patrol said, "More Only
: Am. Htyto3yrr,* rwt ph Su.e.r..w.1 r.Thunr- figures compiled and more motorists-alo'pulling + rf' '' *3
s I l
[ I
Mathematics Mori, 8. Wed. -i by fishery, biologists indicate .a ..trailers,behind Jhei*rfamj?vehicles J \ti9btt' >> a'as 'tpPj f I] j.3. f 'gnna'jfI1!? IIMdre
female redear sunfish will This'moans ,4
High School Review. Mon. & Wad.English :.. 'I 8WR' '23.000.eggs..per:..yertt<< for.added summer resconslbillUesfor : outings a M :: iii
: Tues. & Thurs. Over a four year period these safe driving.1 people put their confidence in Carrier than in any other makeATTENTION
Diesel Mechanics i Mon. & Wed. : 100,000 potential fishing targets The Patrol urged motorist .
: Sewing Mon. & Wed. Vo-Tech should supply much more action to check tires for wear and
: Sewing Tu... & Thurs. Lawt.y : than any fisherman could proper Inflation, tail-lights, --
Typing Tues. & Thurs. : ask for. brake lights and turn signalsof
Shorthand Thurs. The dally limit of 50 panfish both the towing vehicle and n
: trailer. Check the brake system
fisherman insures that
A Auto Mechanics .Tues. & Thurs per pan
fish will be available to Florida of the towing vehicle and =
R.f. & Air Cond.Bookkeeping Mon. & Wed. J: : anglers for s long time despite the trailer if It Is equippedwith
: Mon. & Wed. the evermounting fishing brakes. A safety chalp
Bunko Embrod.ry Mon. & W.d. : Is required from the towing
: Am. VS Comm. Tues. & Thurs. pressure. vehicle to the trailer of suf- .
: While Floridians are used to the -- -
ficient strength to keep MOBilE -
: Drivers Education Daily this type of fishing, many trailer attached should the :- .
Floral Arranging Thurs. : newcomers to the state"can't hitch become disconnected ..
: grasp the idea that the combination "When pulling a trailer, dri- MobNam/ *Central
of a year-round vers should be famllar. with (S Air Conditioning. Unit.
: i CLASSES BEGIN WEDNESDAY growing season, plus the speed limits for combinations ,
I plethora of panfish currently In vehicles. Remember the extra HOME OWNERS
. : JULY 5 1972 ? existence, will not permit a length and allow more room
comparison of northern area for turning, changing lanes
SO _._-_.....N_....N...N...............,lti fishing with Florida fishing. and passing. Following distances ,
I
should also be Increasedto

i-. -. B- .. allow for stopping becauseof 3 Tons ((36,000 BTU's) INSTALLEDOfCeniral
e SBISi v SNSHSJS the added weight" Beach


t ti E29aee 4ccIGtg ttsal* ,. 'Jf y. '.\. 'V *I4 j *-S$V "ff J,( concluded. Cooling To Your $ 695

AT FANTASTIC SAVINGS! fl J fl ; '' Although'lt's a strange idea to
tt the uninitiated, most of the Present System For As Little As ..
newly indoctrinated anglerswill ..
rt: ::.: i enjoy only a few days of our
t ;: fabulous Florida fishing before Plus Any NecessaryElectrical
Work
they too become believers In the
Idea that the more limit strings CALL US TODAY 964-7701

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Sen. Williams Asl<..s2Year You And The Gals And Peanuts Bishop Seymour Battle




Bist. Term For, Starke. Golf Title



age.AII. All matches were cancelled Adams has beaten Bishop for nals of the second flight He
I State Senator J. H. "Jim" University of Florida with a last week due to bad weather. the club championship the last will face Delano Thomas.
Williams, D-Ocala. announcedthis Political Science degree at age Adams beat teenager Richard two Bishop and TerwlU
years.
week he will seek ...-.Iec. 40. He has continued his Interest Roberts a memher of the legar are both triple winners Winner of the Comer Ferryman -
don In the newly created two In education while serve Bradford High golf team two of the club crown. and J. D. Seymour match
year term In the Florida See ing In the Senate and has long weeks ago. Then he faced threetime will play Jim Chasteen for
nate's 6th district that Includes been active In the conservationof y ..tpsal. club champion Clyde Ter Bishop had honed his golf championship of the,third night.
I a 18 county area. the natural resources In the wlllegar and came out on top game this summer. Entering
Williams changed to the 6th North Florida area and th* to gain a berth In the final six area Invitational tourna-
district after State Senator Bob State as a whole. round of the tournament In the ments he has won four and was A lifeguard will be on duty
Saunders, D-Galnesvllle and t... Married to the former Louis championship flight. second In the other two by a at the country club swimmingpool
Sen. W. E.Bishop D-Lake City, Oxner of Oklawaha Florida Seymour beat David McRaein single stroke. from 1-7 p.m. each day.
announced they would seek the Senator and Mrs. Williams e the Quarter finals to give
four year term in the 5th dis have three children Kerry 22, him a chance at Bishop. Bishop John Watson and Bill Epps The pro shop will not open
trlct. a June graduate from the unI- will play for first place In the but
DAn ': beat Marlon Elder In the until 1 p.m. on Monday will
After the two year term Is veristy of Florida; Laura. 18, .., 1_" 00.' quarter finals of the championship first night. open about 8 a.m. the rest..of
up the next term will be four a sophomore at the University Informal luncheon for the gals may be> just the occasionto flight to place him In the Jack Hazen beat Vernon Sil- the week.
rears This Is aeataatdlfferentUrn. of Florida; and Jim. 14 serve this attractive and tasty Peanut Cheese Molded too four.__ __ cox last week to gain the fI-
tlon of the two will be a sophomore at Ocala Salad. Look Rood in the picture? This recipe, suggested by
... Forest High School.MADRAS.PLAiDCool. the National Peanut Council tells you how to make it:
The 16 counties are Alachua Peanut Cheese Mold

Baker Bradford Columbia,DI. 2 tablespoons gelatin t cup dairy sour cream
xle, Cllchrlst.;;. Hamilton Lafayette 2 cups milk 1 tablespoon vinegar THERE'S
Nassau Marion aa.wannee. For the past two years mostof 1 cup shredded sharp 1 teaspoon salt
Union. Levy Putnam,,' Senator Williams' !time has cheese I cup sliced celery
1 8-ounce: package cream |/4 cup green strips
pepper
4'a and total of
Clay a t been spent as a member of the cheese VS cup sliced radishes
340,000 people. Important and powerful Ways 'A cup peanut butter V4 cup minced onion
Williams If elected, Will represent and Means Committee which
Soften gelatin In Vi cup milk: heat remaining milk until
...,. .
the area with the District handles all appropriations for almost boiling; remove from heat and stir in sharp cheese, A PRICE I TAG UMI.urrw.OUmmaa '" -Y.YOU'LL
5 winner who will serve the State of Florida. He servedas cream cheese and peanut butter stirring until melted and
a four-year term. The 1968 Appropriations Chairman to hlended.'Stir in latin then sour cream vinegar
and salt. Cool until slight thiciCened. LIKE lA ua
Meanwhile
revised Constitution requiredthe fund all education of the State arrange '
.
some of the vegetable in a design in greased 6-cup salad '
Senate be reduced and served on the Finance and 1J
mold. Stir remaining vegetables into gelatin mixture
more than 40 Senate seaja and ; : pour .
Tax Committee as well. He into mold. Chill until aet. Slice and Makes the
6
". serve. to 8serving. on newMAGIC
that one-half of ... seats .,
also serves fls\ one of four .. .
be for a two-year term and th-
senators on the Joint Legislative And those, finger sandwiches pictured alongside are so
other one-half for a fouryearterm tasty and so easy to make: Blend equal parta orange marmalade
Committee
in order that there will Auditing and butter bread CHEFLI :
peanut : spread on fingers; then broil ,
be staggered terms thereafter. which audits all State expen- r.a a few minutes until they are bubbly. '.V* neBOVOLe' ve.Ci..i .'
Williams was elected to the ditures.In These two recipe suggestions<<<< are offered by the National IM.ow.;In.n.r a,..0a.
Florida Senate on his first try seeking re-election. Senator Peanut Council to recognise National Peanut Week March GAS RANGE t/ql aMnuhDnatl.OVASL.
for political office In 1968 and Williams said he feels 1 to 11.
he Is equipped by his business
served the 13th District now
comprised of Clay Flager. background and his personal
Marlon and Putnam Counties. Interests to serve the huge, For the Barbecue-Minded-:
During his first two years In 16-county Sixth District
"My involvement In cattle :
the Senate he served on the
Education Conservation and citrus and other agriculturalfield cot-
and In other business ton pique In red, white, and The Towel Trick
Natural Resources and Constitutional 01
is
Interests gives me the broad navy the choice for a Ovum Doom.La .
Amendments Com- shaped jacket with twobutton ,...
Insight necessary to serve the +.ou Orin I. cluo'0'' ,a..
mlttess. Senator Williams styling. The coordinatedshirt -
M.
served as Sub-Committee many and varied economic a- of white waffle piquecan Of the SeasonThe ,Aa. ,
reas represented In this Dis s
Chairman of Junior Collegesand be worn inside or out r
Vocational-Technical Education trict. he said. over matching slacks.\ The
and on the select Committee Senator Williams attended ensemble's by Larry Kane
Executive Suspen Central Florida Junior Col- for Raffles Wear. outdoor barbecue is popped in the washer and
on
sions. lege, and graduated from the taking women out of the dryer and it'll come out fresh ;; .
kitchen faster than instant and new looking again.
pudding. The apron's so easy to put
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Union Brothers Hampton Area: News .... BROOKER in BRIEF ,--- ---


By Evelyn V. Powell' tN UNQArQ. COX '
Guilty Of Assault t

COUNCIL MEETING BASKET DINNER PERSONALS
The Hampton City Council Even the drizzling rain could- Billy Wagner and Mr. and Langtord Brenda Wllllnghim'

Alvin Lester Andrews 24, Defense Attorney Wayne 'met June 13. Council mem- n't dampen the spirits of mem- Mrs. Eldon Darrah visited In Todd Wood.
bers approved the Waterworks bers of the Hampton Christian Maggie Valley N.C. with someralclnatnlr
Carroll relied
and Albert Jefferson Andrews mainly on testimony Deborah Green
25 two foundJune by each of the defen- Franchise for Mayor Arthur Church last Sunday at their bas- fellow musicians. Third grade Mott David
brothers were t Elaine -
Bruno granted a request for ket dinner. Billy Is establishing his mu- I Donna. tareh.
J by a it dants. Alvin admitted firing the closing of an alley betweenMr. sic producing company herein Sparks Sheila Starling
13 of ass courtN1olt several shots but said he was After a prayer) of thanks given Kim Tho
not Thomas and Mrs. Hawkin. by Rev. James Shaw they delved Hampton and hopes to be Lorlanno Tetstone
County Deputy Steve M. shooting at anyone but Hurst's class .
able to share these talented Mrs.
subject to State Statutes approved Into a smorgasbord of ham. mas.
Brannen February 28. that he was trying to break pupa with In Mott, Kay Prescott
personalities the Darlene
having their piano repaired 2Mckenld' you
Alvin Andrews was found fight. Albert said that while !t._ dumplings vegetable near future. Shari Green Stacey Hayes.

guilty of aggravated assault he was at the bar he got Into a ,.,*h. ,Cltv and Marshal raised 82.1 the a month.salary dishes of all kinds salads Terry Hayes son of Mr. and "+t Doreen Jakab. David Fussell.
and Albert of simple scuffle with Brannen and that The raise was appreciation and a large variety of Mrs. Foster Hayes returned Janie Wllllngham Beth Hamilton
assault. after the shots were fired he desserts at the Hampton City Dou-
Watson Sandy
to Marshal Ralph Vaughan forMs home Friday night after a weekat Doug
walked r
out. '
Stan Morris asst. state attorney
the Black Top Mountain.N.C. Y
past and continuing effortsIn Hall.Out glas.
used testimony by the of town visitors Included
Ronald R. Hansen pleaded civic activities. He recently Camp for Fellowship of Christian -
bar owner Kenneth and AtweU Sarah guilty to charges of assulat completed the 280 hour Mr. and Mrs. Wayne MaU Athletes. He was accom- Mrs. Scott's Class Fifth
Atwell Sheriff John Deputy Whitehead Bran with Intent to murder Nancy Basic Law Enforcement courseas chett and two children of Sate- panied by Steve Register Ran grade i Angle Andrews, Ricky
nen Hoyt with a knife last Jan. 18 required by the Florida llite Beach Mr.and Mrs.Ches- dy Gasklns and Coach David Carroll; Sixth grade- Tammy
and former Deputy Carl Miles and was sentenced to 10 yearsin Police Standards Council ter Harris of J Jacksonville Mrs. 1 urse. They all 'reported a Andrews Isabel Bristol Susan -
In proscutlng the cases. Sherry Norman of Lawtey, time. Susan
prison. Mrs. Iris Hart made a request grand Bass Teresa Booth -
to the Council for Installation and Mrs. O. L. Daniels of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Testonof Raulerson Darlene. Sharp

Given Award of a street lighton Keystone Heights.Out Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. Ran- Marlene Sharp Alan Smith,
Jim Talley the corner of Land and of town members present dy Hayes Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Jerr' Smith Mike Starling.
I were Mrs. Bessie Wasdln of Futrll and son and daughter- I Ir4J Iw
Division Streets pointing out
At SFJC
For Leadership Graham Mrs. Francis Murra-
that the light would service In-law. Roger and Barbara Fu- BROOKER SCHOOL NEWS
haee also of Graham, and Mrs.
trll of Sylvester Ga., spentFather's
several families In the .
ex- ceptlonal accomplishments.FOR
Donna Faye Burns Mlcanopy. Kahn's Kin-
tremely dark Day with Mr. and Pictured Is Mrs.
Talley will graduate from area.
Santa Fe Junior College student Mrs. Foster'' Hayes and fam- dergarten class who each received
Santa Fe this month and plansto Work on the City Hall Is ata HONOR ROLL LAST SIX WEEKS<:
Jim Talley son of Mr. Certificate of Merit
enter the University of Florida standstill. Pat Clover reports Ily. a We would like to recognizethe
and Mrs. James B. Talley Jr., that he will eventuallyget Mr" Register was kind enoughto Mr. and Mrs. Cordon Weest for completing kindergarten. following students for their
of Starke has been presented a In the fall In Mathematics It done. Mr. Davis reportsthat get the Honor Roll from the of Miami are spending a few The certificates were presented ) achievement dur-
Florida Blue Key leadership a- Education and later work toward school for us this week as follows days with Mrs. T.F. Brown. at the last PTA meeting. outstanding
we man contracted to repair ing the last six weeks of school,
ward. an advanced degree In FRONT! ROW (I-r) TootsTeTucker
: Ray and Peggy Johnston hada
the floor has left town and Mrs. Jackson's class First
The award by the men's hon- counseling. He will work this declined to estimate when the 1st Grade: Donald Joe Rid- family get together to cele- Rhonda Whitman, Dawn Grade Bradlee Cox TIn
orary leadership fraternity at summer as an assistant to the tile! would be replaced that dick Jeffrey Van Eek. brate Father's Day with about Manning Carol Fussell Elaine: Hodge;: Penny Jakab Clay
the University of Florida Is pre- director of the college's evening have been taken up. 2nd Grade: Allyson l Annette 25 relatives present from var- Tetstone Jody Drawdy Cindy McIJae. Debbie Polk
sented annually to one male program. The Waters Brigitte Smith. ious cities around the state. Hodge. ;
within
drainage problem Efforts Gr-
Cindy Raulerson
and female student at each Selected to be listed In the Faulkner6th SECOND ROW (1-r) :
Grade Jay
one Danny
the City was discussed and 5th : Roy Hart, son of Wilton and \ Jimmy Parker Cur-
In the Selection 1971-72 edition of "WHO'SWHO Kim ady White
junior college state. Raulerson Roger
Carroll
Iris Hart, celebrated his 12th -
Mr. Dennison will report his tis Carl Tam-
of recipients Is based on AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN Grade: Billy Kimberly! (Acle) Hall, Kathleen Douglas Jones Foster
birthday with a party on Saturday -
It at the next meet-- Mar
findings
on
Patty Seawlck
activities honors and achievements JUNIOR COLLEGES Roy Hart, Valerie Jones. Steve Don my Barnes ;
June 10, with about Foster Green. .
ing on July 11 at 8 p.m. at the lon Hodge. Second grade 'I
Talley has maintaineda Students having perfect attendance
with emphasis on out- Hall.SENIOR 30( friends present. They en- Lori McKlnney (she's the Prlnclpal's Andrews
City Frank Andrews Drew
-
standing students leadershipand 3.2 point average at Santa Fe were: Joyed cake ice cream ana daughter and was visit- '
scholarship at the Junior while serving Inseveral ex- 1st grade: Barbara Ann Koon. punch played and hada ing.) Mark Crews, Renee
games
college. curricular activities. CITIZENSOur 2nd grade: Margaret Dianna bubble gum blowing contest. THIR D'ROW Q-r) MillssaHamm. Mott, Lee Orton, Guy Wayne
Senior Citizens will appreciate Parrlsh, Randy Starling, Pen-
-- Currently Vice! Presidentof Rhoden John McClellan Nat Buck Dennison may have dam- Tammy Mann Kenny
the Student Government Association your donations for Woods Sandra Elaine Barnes ny Rlggs. Efforts: James Dor-
Buck Dennison Hill Helen McRae Richard
CORRECTION! Talley has servedas their booth at the "Honor America 4th Grade: Scott Clark. Glen may have Comcrford. miney. Warren Hall, Wayne
Mrs. Martha Sanders InmanIs Day" celebration on dampened another fishing pole Green Sandra Hart
Chairman of the Inter-Club Contois Ann Marsh
time read this.It TOP ROW fl-r) Dour Green.
summer's by the you was
this gra- TONE.ON.TONEShadow.'slrlpl'ct -
among Council and on the Board of July 4th.Cakes. 5th Grade: Shelby Stinson, Denise Keen Dwight Terry Vicky Tetstone
that he
reported to planned Michelle Harrell
of me cool
the University cotton kCl'PII'illI
duates from Pitt-
Darren Manning Richard
Publications Review Committeeand pies cookies can-
Fred Woods who has had
Florida. She has earned a Bachelor dies and deviled pickledor per- to take a longer pole this time. and Marqulta McKlnney. Ab- Brenda Hill. in this subtly shaped unit
the Committee to Select the raw fect attendance for three man
of Arts in Education.The He was reluctant to commit sent and not pictured was Louis lilUhliKhtod by pallerlwd'nc-
that President of Santa Fe. He also boiled eggs are needed. Call straight years. himself tae whether or not Mann. Miss Hill's class Second i'vMHiirlos., In all-cotton tlt'sby
l
Telegraph regrets served on the Academic Affairs Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan at 468- 6th grade: James Contois grader: Sharon Fussell Monica Peters Sportswear.
We this
In Its June 15 edition the name he Intended to team up with the congratulate year'sKindergarten f
of Mrs. Inman's husband was Student Affairs and 1152 before II.. a.m. or after Belinda Jones David Manning. ladles this trip. class on their ex- Green. Jill Hayes Brenda lY
Petitions Committees and was 6:30: ( p.m. or contact her at
listed as IT graduate rather active In intramural sports The Hampton General Store

between 12 noon and 6 p.m. Uyou.re r-=1 .
Interested In making a
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SoJes-Parts-Sorvice Farm Tractors A Implements Combine gelatin salt and DIXII 25$330' .... SSc i Mellow Age Cheese Loaf <14 w" 69c I 16oz 1'Jwt: ;

210 H. MainCalnosvllU USED EQUIPMENT sugar. Beat together .orange QRTDTAL B s.. i Cream Cheese ". "..- .L 29c 1 I

Fla. juice and egg yolks; add to SUGAR
SALES PART SERVICE gelatin mixture. Cook over .
372.2583'TRAILERSI I low heal stirring constantly SISSW.VIR 58< EtferyDayUowPrite BonuiduyY IweiyDaytowFrKe rIatanluT
eA.
489 N. W. 6th 376.3546GAINESV11LLE
until gelatin is diaaolved and GR[ SIZEPUNCH
FLA. KING
mix!ure la slightly thickened :.H

MO8ILB HO..R.PAI..ltVlC. about 5 minutes. Remove 1i CAKE
Ilr.,'. Mtsllt.. N.nIiytlr from heat and stir in lime COW.MT EPEAS :

& Svpylles, lac. juice and orange rind. Chill, IYAPORATIO who A,11

Authorized Dealers For stirring occasionally until I ''MH.Kn.14c ?_ n : AEioRlaltrl
mixture U just beginning to
_
ll'.lO N,E. Waldo Rd. Ev.nsInierihccnSi and _
set. Beat egg whites
CalnvsvllI J7U0691SalMS : l r Heeling A Air Cond- cream of tartar until frothy.

.r.. rRnH/. Iliunini Equip.SuppliesAwning. Gradually beat in sugar a Ilrarahr IonIRInIT I AMrrOeyUmfrtciVtASMiKOSHM =;k. enwBuy IIonInau'I BonutBuy :

"....t..,.. .I.... *w H 1434 fr ti little at a time. Continue sae/ ,........ _..Jr...Y_ sti.r.r..r. PANTRY KRAn DAYTIMe

Hltc M.. v.,.. .1I..Com.et....... 0."iH. Air Conditioning Installed beating until stiff. Fold egg WESSON CIIISCO> FVNIBAKI PICKLE> POTATO PRIOIMAVONNAISI MAT KNAIsi.. PAMPCRS
far All 'Mfnnttuttc" _'.r *on.Kaumry 4500 N.W. 6th St. ;
C.int.vill Fold In whipped cream.
argon-M t _K*.,la, .378-8902: Blend thoroughly. Pour Into and a96c CAN 73c CAN s1e 5.c ,u 49c e 38c *JAR*.:44. ,o.57c t7.9c

shell chill until firm.
\ pie and .

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Romine Earns wSAVE.WT -

Master's Degree a(

)q 8. Romine of Starks. rvF,
nce1v.d his fi Y
master's degree ,
s
from tile Unlvenl or SQuib 4
Florida In Tampa Florida ; 11
Commencements a
:
for the ':
,graduates wag June ll. :
F'y 1 P
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Hansen Earns

UF DegreeRodney


D. Hansen eon of t'
Mr. and Mrs. Morris C. Han- t'b' 1 : :
sen of Elroy, Wlsonsln re- L4'f
calved a Bachelor of Area degree f
In ioclology at the University fr6LP.
of Florida June 10.
*?"** llelran employmentwith ;
the Division Corrections t t
at theFlorida State Prison In FfF PEOQ .
The Social Services
Department.
.J
*I Hanaen Is married to the for- Quantity Rights ,
iner Judy Ellington who Is employed Reserved Ti'
by the Florida Parole '
WINN DIXIE STORES INC a- t
and Probation Commission. COPYRIGHT l 1974 .
couple lives on Ellington Road. # ...

I PRICES GOOD THURS., JUNE 22 THRU WED., JUNE 28
.
.
.. / ..

SENIOR Ir
I SAVE 30c W.D BRAND SAVE 2ic Lb. W.D BRAND
USDA CHOICE' BEEF CHUCK


r CmZENS v .. Beef O :'OOU:5: : PKG.LB. $2 9 Stem . IB.WD 73c

I, ,
Senior Citizens will meet at SAVE 30c HORMEL CANNED BRAND USDA CHOICE' BEEF CALIFORNIA

I I; ,, the 27th Holiday at 19:45: Inn.a.m.Starke to be ,regli-June IB. $ >99
Hams 3
SAVE
lOc Lb
tered by our treasurer, Emma CAN LI Roast IB 99c
,/ Morton, and then proceed to O O .0. O
.trie smorgasboard line at 11:30:
and Into the private dining room _____ .- QUARTER SLICED HICKORY SMOKED SAVE 20c Lb. W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF SHOULDER
so that we will not hold up
4. businessmen and women and 1 Ham 68C BONELESS $119
others. lB. Roast
," I We extend deepest sympathy 1 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 I Ii
to our Club members who
I are SAVE lOc Lb. FRESH WHOLE BOSTON BUTT PORK
WD i BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
BONELESS CUBED
''I ill.and: not able to be present

''I Our,hard-working Karl Hoist, has house undergone Chairman Roast LB. 68c Steaks 5 of ST98

",1. I major surgery In Alachua Gen'I' O O O OVER
eral Perle
f' Hospital. Thuston
,
from Macclenny, has had a FRESH SLICED BOSTON BUTT PORK W-D BRAND L.
'I' heart attack Lilly Johnson, :
I ;
Margaret Jackson and Ely. *- LBS. C99
I .: ,I" Voe are down with broken hips. Roast LB. 78c ks'N'SC: :
,,{. Others 'suffering from O O OVERSAVE
\\l'; resplrating! lllnes..
: We are happy .to hear 40c FREEZER QUEEN ALL VARIETIES MEAT W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF RIB


"' and that that recovery.Yola we they pray Vestal will We and all fervently Is ask on mend'the for way hope soon Cod to vwwwv Dinners 2 p 99c Steaks 5 OVER; t $749


,'. Speed.
... $25 was collected through
: W-D BRAND USDA CHOICECHUCK BEEF
several of our Club meetings
and delivered by Ada Hoist J
to the Honor American Comm.
'to' help out In this year's
Fourth of July Celebration ft 'ti.
We an very ,happy to see % PSI ?
that our Hampton Seniors Citizens
,. Club Is doing well under /r PUaE'CAIIQ
.
the + / ,
leadership Italph Vaughn : i e. l
and his wtfep.Selyu.Their \; I \ w
I
I, daughter. Evelyn :V. Powell' :
writes aiflert-: Rood column for : ftO'J. Sy':1, -- P '[' t.u_ B Mug -M 1 xulAFrO
the Telegraph.Hampton Area In the _

I Letters and get well cards _________
were sent to my wife, Dorothy,
SAVE lie Ib. W D BRAND SMOKED PORK SHOULDER SAve 10. PLUMROSE CANNEDPicnic IESUEUR
from Viola Knight, Elva Lee
and Emory Batman of the Green I LB ".
Cove Senior Citizens Club and LB.48c Ham (NEEDS. NOREFRIGERATION. ) '. $139 Peas 19e
t other members. We thank them' SAVE lOc Ib USDA GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN. '
very much. They learned of our ARMOUR STAR LONG ISLAND SAVF I7c THRIFTY MAID GRAPEFRUIT ASTOR

graph.Club activities Bradford through County readingthe Tele- Duckling.LS 69c Juice. 3 "CANS" $1, Peas SCAN 18e ;E.SAVE E.

With food prices and doc I4c TASTE O' SEA PERCH FISH SAVE 29 ASTOR All GRINDS TALI CARNATION
tors' fees Increasing and the Coffee I Milk I'CAN, IW
Fillets 18 49c 58C 14C
postponement of a raise In Social Evap.
Security benefits this year .
leaves us,senior citizens,much TASTE 0' SEA SEAFOOD SUPERBRAND GR "A" fifth Fla. All Whit, IS CT. DAYTIME or 12 CT. OVERNITIPlatter
poorer .1 the months go on. PKG: <<=
39
99c 79cJUMBO
2 Large Eggs oz Pampers 'KG
Our State Senators, Ed Gurney .
and Lawton Chiles did not
vote on the 2 Is desperately needed although
Cong. Wilbur Mills of the House
.
Ways and Means Comm. said .
that this Increase would not DIXIE DARLING FAMILYBread FRESH fLA. YELLOWCorn
mean higher taxes. Pres. Nixon _
is still convinced thata K I leenex 22C TO
5 c Increase Is enough. e 1 ss: EARS ,9CT
Hope to see you at the Holiday !- ,
Inn, June 27th. SAVE 7< DIXIE DARLING DINNER' SAVE lie OCOMA CHICKEN SALISBURY OR TURKEY

-Joe Kerrigan. Rolls Dinners 3 $1
.2 AS 39c us:

SAVE 9. DIXIE "' DUNKIN SAVE JOc MRS .'." Apple, Ch.'t or

owe I 5 I Stix : 2 ss: :. 69C h""pies" w' 99eSAVE

RED RIPE WATERMelons Me TASTE O' SEA FISHKrunchees

W Q\ I 0 : EACH 88C 3 is. $1SAVt

GA, FRESH I ft POLY BAG FROZEN FRENCH FRY R.gulor or Cf.nkU. Cut

I Ask 16 l $ Peaches 29e Potatoes 3 w S $100

Charley a FRESH, CRISP (No Head Over 35c) SAVE' 40c PAN RED!

I. Lettuce 19C 2 $329AURORA
ROLLS LS Shrimp &.

Johns

About This Question: ASTOR

"auto 1 want liability$50.000100,000 Insurance to Bath Tissue 3 2ROOLL: L 88C Fruit Cocktail 4 CANS' $1 Pot Pies'

the ,
protect me against e
awards being .
high court SAVE 7c THRIFTY MAID SAVE Jc DETUGENTCatsup. ;
made today in auto injury
eases. Dces your agency sOTTLE ,39C Giant Tide 68C
.a provide for ,quarterly or .. Ka
monthly Installments on
insurance premiums?" SPARKY I0c OFF DETERGENT

Charley E. Charcoal 20 aL: 88C Ivory Liquid TT;i 48C

JOHNS AGENCY ARROW ," ALL VEGETABLE a

131 So. Walnut St. Plates .1KG188C: Crisco 3 73C
Phone 964-8070 Paper . CAN

STAR.KIST LIGHT CHUNK KRAFT S

Fish "- 57C .
Tuna "CAN31c
, Life ii a short span from . Mayonnaise .
.the ID card showing you are
old enough to drink to the ID SAVE arc THRIFTY MAID SAVE arc CRACKIN'GOOD TOASTeRSliced

card enough the bus.proving(for a cheaper you are rate old on Peaches 4 CANS' $100 Pastries 4 P501.' .s.: $100 s

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r Boat Permits

LAW T E Y 1bI Due RenewalBy


CHURCH SCHEDULES last Wednesday. June 30th
Grace United Methodist Friends of Mrs. DJS. Boat Mrs. Fred Moore and Miss Mrs. Harley Raring bhl son Mrs. Foster Hayes, of Hamp- and Mrs. John Robertson and Father's Day, those present
church: : Sunday School 9:45 a. right will regret to learn' that Arthurlne Blanchard attendeda of Orlando. Cecilof. and ton. Mrs. Edith Swinney. were, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
m. Worship Services: II a.m. she underwent surgery In Ala-, musical "Now Hear It A. daughter Humsville. Mrs Lois Carter Mrs. Leon Mr. and Mrs. Sam :Robinson Moore) of Gainesville. Mr. and Annual boat registration Is
and 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting chua: General Hospital. on Mon. gain," at the First Baptist Ala.. Mr. and Mrs Starling and Mrs. George and sons,of Atlanta,were week- Mrs. T.L. Casey and family now underway at the Bradford
Tax Collector's
8 p.m. and Choir Practice: day., Church In Starke recently: CluiriAtt. grand Shuford attended a birthday. end guess and Mrs. S. of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. &D. County office:
Thursday 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Fate Redd and This musical was from MiamiIn daughter Shirley Sims Mrs. party at the Wood awn Baptist L. U.Mr' Andrews and family of WllUston wilt> the deadline for renewing

The men of the church furnished grandson of Macon Ga.. are which about 60 young people Grace: Ubbbs and daughter, Church In Jacksonville on Saturday Mrs. Truby Walnwrlght was Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy permits set for June) 30. /
flab and the ladles the spending sometime with their participated from different Grace all of Jacksonville and honoring tbeiranataunt.Mra. '!'a Father's Day dinner guestof Moor and family of Jackson- All boats having moors with
trimming and dessert for a mother Mrs. O.J. Phillips Baptist Churches there. In the Mr. Dobbs' brother Ode Dobbs, Mamie Denmark, on her her son and daughterinlawMr. rifle Mr. and Mrs. Chuck more) than 10 HP are requiredto
fellowship supper at the church: Other visitors over the weekendwere group were two of Miss Blan- of Ration, were dinner guestsof 80th birthday anniversary. and Mrs. James Wainwright Moore of take City and Mr. be registered, with fees as
last Friday night It was well her sons Leslie of Jacksonville chard's nieces: and the late the Dobbs on Sunday.. Joey Pons. of Tallahassee and family.Mr. and Mrs. Micky; Moore of Law- follows: boats less than 12! ft.
attended and enjoyed by all. and James of Starke: Mrs. Wilma Blanchard Bohan- Mr. aDd Mrs. Franklin Anderson is spending some time with his and Mrs. J.C. Beach, .... 82.90; 12 to 16 feet $ m 16
also Mrs. Billy Gas dos andchildren. non's grandchildren. of Cuthbert Mr. and Mrs. Donald Roberts to 26 feet, $11.50; 26 40
Church of God: Sunday School Ga. were grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.BJE. of Jacksonville, were returning
10 a.m. Worship services 11 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter guests of their aunt,.Mrs. A. Reddish. from a tour of the South- and childen: of Lake feet, $31.50. Renewal decals:
a.m. and 8 p.m. Family Night Miss Enz.Blanchardha.beenmoved Sunday C. KIrkland from Monday. to Mrs Mary Mcula mother ''ern States Sunday and stopped City visited their grandparents come: with registration andare
and daughter were available the
at tax col
Wednesday, 7:3U: p.m. -- from St. Vincent's Hospital guests of their mother. Mrs. Wednesday? of Mr. and Mrs. O. Nlcula, I by for a visit with their part. Mr. and Mrs. John F. lector's office.the :
Highland Baptist Church: to Jacksonville Convale- Lois Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. left by plane from Jacksonville QI1J....M.4 ,and Mrs. John F. Robertson, on Sunday.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Wor- scent Center 730 College Street Mr. and Mrs. Greg DyaL of Carter and daughter Shells Saturday for a visit with Robertson. Mrs. R. L. Bradley was a
ship services 11 a.m. and 7:30: She will appreciate visits and Tampa were weekend guests) of Columbia S.C., were her ,sister Mrs. Christine Sardau. Mr. and Mrs. Claude North Father's Day dinner guest of
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- cards from her friends. of their parents Mr. and Mrs. guests of their mother Mrs.Shellie In Detroit Mich. She will of Jacksonville were returnIng her daughter Mrs. Gary Ben-
day 7:30 p.m. followed by Choir Mrs Tom Barry. Julie and Leo tyal. and Mr. and Mrs. .. Rosier. .Thursday to fly from there to she home in from a convention: In St. nett, and sons. Old 1VnzE/t,
Practice. Tom Jr. were guests of her Colon Thomas.Mr. Sunday. Shellie will spend the Romania where) will live Petersburg on Wednesday and Rev. and Mrs Joe Jones tr s-"Never '
mother Mrs. Selma Eunice and Mrs. James Wa summer with her grandmother for the time being. Friends stopped by to see their mother and daughters of Little Rock:
PERSONALSMrs. and the Harold Eunices on tars and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter here will miss her. Mrs. Edith Swinney. Ark. were guests of Miss Elizabeth -
James Waters atten- Saturday.Mr. Jordan, went by boat from Brenda and Donna,. and Father's Day dinner guests Jack Walnwrlght. Jr. of Way Terry on Monday. -
ded her niece. DIanne Sch- and Mrs. T.C. Keller- Miami for a cruise to the Ba Cayle; Shuford went camping: of Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Lee cross: Ga. spent last week with Mrs C.R. Crews and granddaughter JI-
mehl's high school graduationat man and son, Freddie of MIa- hama Islands over the week for a week to Key West returning were their parents Mr. and his grandmother Mrs. Truby Glen Ann Crews Mrs. ..
the coliseum: In Jacksonvilleon mi visited their aunt, )rids, Ar- to their home here onSunday. Mrs. G. L. Peterson, brother Walnwrteht. Jack Walnwrlght Bill Woodard and children: of -

Sunday. thurlne Blanchard, on Sunday end.Mrs.. P.L. Dlnklns spent the sister-in-law, Mr. and Sr., came: on Saturday and hit Largo Mrs. Linda Boatright: bit a nan whenhe's
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Voglerand while enroute to visit relatives Father's Day weekend with her Mr. and Mrs. Ray Doxxnan Mrs. David Peterson, broth- son returned home with him and daughter and Sgt. Elmer down. He nay get tip
children, of New Smyrna in Detroit, Mich and Niagara son-in-law and daughter Mr. of Gainesville, visited their er-in-law and sister Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C.K. Cowar Bunt) Crews of Mississippi) .,.In."
and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Wyke Falls. brother-in-law and sister Mr. Mrs. James T. Theca and of Jacksonville were Friday, were Saturday dinner guestsof
and children, of Laurlnburg. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tye and MrS. Horace Cox;. at their and Mrs. B. E. Reddish! on daughter Nancy all of Jack- supper guests of Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mn. Tommy Clayton -
N.C. were guests of their Jr. and daughter of South Daytona home on Santa Fe Lake. Saturday.Mr. John F. Robertson.Mr. and son. of Jacksonville. and children: of Paladin and
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W.A. are spending their vacation Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Wells and Mrs. Earl Testoa sonville. and Mrs. Fred Moore Mrs. BUI Woodard and children Mr; and Mr G.W. Anders
Mosley on Father's Day. The with their parents Mr. and children, of Hunts vUle, Ala. and family, and Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Herahel Grif Jr., and family of Homeetdwho brought Mrs. Crews home and children were dinner guests
Wykes plan to spend several and Mrs. J.C. Tye Sr. spent. the weekend with their Randy Hayes were Father's fin, of Tallahassee, were Saturday are. vacationing at Kings- and remained until Sunday of their parents Mr. and Mrs.
weeks with them. mother Mrs. Ernest Wells, Day dinner guests of Mr. and afternoon.
overnight guests of Mr. ley entertained at dinner on
Mrs Hubert Priest visited Charles Smith left forMs new recently.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James Andrea O.J. Anders on Father's Day

her niece Mrs. Joe Alllnder base In Tampa on Monday, after and Mrs. Ernest Hew- _. __m...
and new baby girl In Alachua spending six weeks leave here itt, of Tallahassee spent the
General Hospital Gainesville with his parents Mr. and Mrs. weekend with their parents Mr. -

Mllo Smith. and Mrs A. D. Dobfcs. Mr. and apGLU IAPg a -

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CALL FOR BIDS of MERTIE V. ROSE de- BERT LEE JORDAN'Husband.. ,

Sealed bids will be received at ceased, are hereby notified and DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE i
the Farmers Market, Brooker. required to file any claims NOTICE OF SUIT
Florida at 11:00 a.m. on or demands which they may; TO DELBERT LEE JORDAN
the 29th day of June 1972, for have against said Estate In the Street Address Unknown
the sale of surplus land. Parcels Office of the County Judge of Clarendon. Pennsylvania.
20 (Part), and 17 (Part) Bradford County,Florida in the YOU ARE" HEREBY NOTIFIED

and 20 (Part), Section 2804- Court House at i Starke, Florida that an action for dissolution -
within six calendar months from
201, 28220-2601 State Road 18 of marriage has been
the date of the first
publication
S-231) Bradford County. filed against and are Pric
; Each you you Every
of this notice. claim. or
No bid will be considered demand must be In writing and required to serve a copy: of
unless It Is submitted on the your written defenses If any
must state the place of residence CutCPTo46
official: proposal form providedby and post office address to It on ELZIE S. SANDERS, ti /

the Department of Transportation of the claimant: and must be Attorney for Petitioner ,'. ,
Such proposals forms sworn to by the claimant: his whose address Is 138 West Call tf % /
and Information regarding this agent or Ms attorney or it will Street, Starke. Florida and file ,/
Call for Bids may be obtained become void according to law. the original with the Clerk of :\ ,
from R.H. Johnson. District S/DANIEL W. LINDSEY the above-styled; Court on or \ .,
Administrator. Department of DANIEL W. LINDSEY. EXEcutor before June 29, 1972: otherwise .,>t-
'
Transportation, Lake city; of the Estate of MER a Judgement may die entered
Florida. TIE V. ROSE. deceased. against you for the relief de ;'a\
Each bid must be accompaniedby S/EUGENE F. SHAW manded the Petition for Dissolution \
a Cashier's Check or other SHAW AND KOPELOUSOS of Marriage.
non-cancellable Instrument ian 142 West Call Street WITNESS my hand and seal : I e.tV \

amount of $100 or 10 per Starke Florida 32091 of said Court on this 23 day of :
cent of the amount bid on each Attorneys for Executor May 1972.GILBERT.
proposal form whichever a- First publication: June 8. 1972 S. BROWN
mount is greater. This deposit 6/8 4t 6/29 AS CLERK OF SAID COURT
is a gurantee that the bidder .BY: BEULAH M, MOODY
if successful, will enter Into 'DEPUTY; CLERK
NOTICE. ..... -.., .....,
a written contract In keeping I 'Firstub1icationf June l I.'1972 2:u .

with the terms .0 0bVprepoe" """Saud.-s. NoeWfcas,. made 6/1416/22--....... w : i1 i ::. 'ah Ar A

sal Deposits submitted by unsuccessful application to Starke Zoning COURT OF J l4 -_ iNi1 -
bidders will be returned Board for reclassification of IN THE '
immediately following the property described below FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL +l

determination of the successful from: SINGLE FAMILY TO CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- ,; ; rMen's
bidder. MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENCE: FORD COUNTY.
The Department reserves the A parcel of land lying in Section --. '
right to reject any or all bids 29.Township 6 South,Range CIVIL ACTIONIN 'I\-\
and to waive technical errors 22 East; and being more particularly RE: The Marriage of EULA Famous Maker

as may be deemed best for the described as: A stripof INEZ KGEl( ) .IrubutdHltP3T Jeans :,
Interest of die_State land 520 feet North and ANGELO KOGOS, A' Tilt Fan
Property Management Section South by 360 feet East and NOTICE OF SUIT Awhd.S.l.ctleed Eagle 10 Roll don ,..n nan.1tU
Right of Way Division West In SE: corner: of SE: 1/4 TO; CHRIST ANGELOKOCOS stripes, solids and 1 NO.toe bo,* with shiny chram.ploid..Ywwlll.a .
Toilet Tissue
SE Unknown. / Girls' Sleeveless Blouses Polaroid Color film ble d.. and saf.ty/ anil.
Lot In
Except
Department of Tran rotation corner 192 tho f......n.m..n" 1 Year from
6/15 2t 6/22 feet North and South by 100 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a en. each coir." .29.38 / B.autilully lailar.d in gay print I land film type. ur'ociol lovaly quality soft pattals.tissue Ten In whit rolls dor.Guarant.ad of purchase U L
feet East and West Locatedat Petition for Dt.lOlutlonofMar- and .olt polt.l.. Assorted collar Eight 3'A> X 44* print t. a package. A gr.at value ot ;Approved Mod.) 808
the Intersection of Edwards stage has been filed against ctyl... Button front( Sn.t 7 to 14 his law pricafLimit 1 1Polocolar
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Road and South Orange St. you and you are required to
COURT OF BRADFORD A Public hearing will be held serve a copy: of your Answeror Our D"c Our Disc. OW Dlceunt''
COUNTY FLORIDA.IN at the City; Hall Starke Fill Pleading to the Petition on Our prier Prle.O t P.,'. Wgy6.91

PROBATE f Mono June 26, 1972 at 12:00 the Petitioner's attorney ,:.. DuceuntP W
IN RE: Estate of MERTIE V. high-noon. To hear any obJec- George H. Pierce P.O. Drawer -l
ROSE Deceased. tions. 1030. Starke. Bradford County fuN INCREDJ82 _

John Torode Florida 32091 and file! M4 (q a
NOTICE OF PROBATETO Chairman City; of Starke the original Answer or Plead Lawnmowers e yeti GI EAGLE 9
ALL PERSONS INTERES- Zoning Board lag In the Office: of the Clerkof a r
TED IN THE ESTATE OF SAID Merrill Edwards the Circuit Court, on or before J' won 1.44 Slahidl. Cp 5 b Eagle
DECEDENT: City; Clerk June 26, 1972 If you fall h Baseball Sets Mattresses > Motor Oil
You are hereby notified thata 8/15 2t 6/22 to do so. Judgement by default .- I 29 'X48'Irma.. A C Spa'k' Plugs H-D30

written Instrument purporting will be taken against you for tr -. .,J Wayptt 86C obi.. Weik rep.." AC only<4 45S 100- Virgin

to be the Last Will of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT- OF the relief demanded In The Man's Walk Shorts h t Sut"r beam.wninuati BeE Not oil -.... .J crud.film fttrangth High
V. ROSE deceased Petition. suet in allataros .;. -.t
MERTIE
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KrOka Sete .
,,
y .
FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL tart U. In .at fatter angina
admitted to probate This notice shall be 65. cotton, 3Si Limitad
has been CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD published r poly..tor. Twill W ,.,.. a won a Quantities! atone.
in this Court. You are here- COUNTY. once each week for four consecutive .ohdt.4 pock'.. p O ur Discount Out Our OitcountPneo
by commanded within six we.Vs in the Bradford 51..30..42.: Price. W Duo Ways
IN RE The Marriage of
calendar months from the : County Golf StfS ,. -
; Telegraph ]d, rice w -
ERIC FLOYD KAPLAN Husband tW ,
date of the first publication of Dated: May 23 1972 t' &at
and LINDA JANE NORE won .
this notice to appear In this KAPLAN GILBERT S. BROWN Clerk OwDheo Pries Ell 8a r ,

Court and show cause if any, CASE NO., Wife 1286NOTICE Byt Beulah M. Moody\ 3 PC. Cardan Stts Sts tr % 12'r CrS< .?8r.
action of this L Inflatable tea
the Deputy Clerk
you can, why
l
OF SUIT 10% Chlordans
Court in admitting said Will TO: Linda Jane Nore Kaplan 6/1 4t 81'ZJ.NOTICE 5 11C 19"- 1 rd wT 1.44 Pooh .c -.,. ... ( Lbs. Eaglt BleachBoys'
to should not stand '
probate
56 Ashmore Road Camp Shorts 2 vs. ., 100%
unrevoked.l.TtrERON u ,., ...yto' b IGal.
Worcester Massachusetts. 100; Conan 2lippered 6uchists rue In vinyl. Handy _
A. YAWN !'; 1H1 and highly Full ttrangth
.. pockets With r.po kis. u o Ill
OF SHERIFF'S SALE I I
lyod I For machine,
affactlva Formola
County Judge in and for elastic waist. W
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Bradford County Florida You are hereby notified thata Notice Is hereby given that L Sohdsclws,6l6 g Our DUccuntPrie. eric bat.. or hand u.a.
; petition for dissolution of P.D. Reddish u Sheriff of PUchbxks W Sod w.bworm. BL.EAf1 Our Discount
By: S/DoIores C..Dampier marriage has been filed against Bradford County Florida under cut warm." .Etc Pries*.,
ClerkSElgene you, and you are rerjilred to and by virtue of Writ of wDlwe v Prie, tZ.eea JWC

F. Shaw serve a copy of your answer Execution to-wit: ..r.
SHAW KOPELOUSOS or pleading to the petition on Execution: issued out of Small ti Our Discount
142 West Call Street the petitioner's attorney HENRY Claims Court 01 Bradford Counter 1RN Price wyt It Plus 5. D.p,

Sttrke Florida "L. GRAY JR., 211 N.E. r. Florida pursuant to a Final Mp'a ITNA U
Attorneys for Executor First Street; Post Office Drawer Judgement for Southern Discount 3'U
tS7p sale
First Publication: : June 8, 1972 "0'. Gainesville Florida, : Co. of Starke. Florida s t x- tt'
6/8 4t 6/29 file the original answer Crlfds defendant Coppftrtone SuntM 16 Ft. Aluminum
and and against idlng r..:,. 1
or pleading In the office of the lntheamountof$400.00 Rib Knit Shells Oil Spray Extension Ladders
Clerk of the Circuit: Courton together with costs of collection. : 100'; Nylon shinny Man's Cushion Crew / "' .(/ D2.; e' Will not rust Roach
FICTITIOUS NAME or before the 30th of June t rib.knUC.afartabl.. tin Stritch Socks Oar Disc.,.,,, those high places
NOTICE .Lw.l.. styling Llsbrine Pree4 $ Table Top Ironing Boards with .0'.. Durable.
1972. If you fail to do so, judge Have selied and have In l. .... CoeifertobU endabsorbent. tf -! ;Assisi ElbaDryDeri
IIQ'pos..l00 with twit l lAsserted 1 .
Notice is hereby given that Complete with & Our Discount PriceLadies'
: default will be taker ... WhileV Adlsepila Ct4Y1e podding
meet by the tallowing described .01. ; 0% Sissy sillcone .
cover rubber ,}
and Mrs.
the Mr. ; .
undersigned
colors 10 13 W.y
for the relief demanded Sites Sm ""M.d Lg. 32 D2.
Harry Edward Cooney.. intendto against you personal properly, to- t : 0*2e-t tipped wood /
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In the petition. wit
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engage in business under the Done and Ordered at Starke 1957 Chevrolet I'IckupTndr. Our Dines LW Our Discount Price Dut pue.wn.90 f'w.gN'11 On, Phie.** Our Discount 1ov.'DI i
Thomas Sport
flclttous Shop A Fish name Pond. Highway 100 Florida, this 22nd day of May EDB57A100259 Price"...-; Pnc. wp.Y 1' r W I5&oe

South Starke. Fla. and will register 1973. Title 8576648
,
GILBERT S. BROWN Clerk. Tag 45 G K-1461 au'
said name with! the Clerk I v'
of the Circuit Court Bradford Circuit: Ceurt, Bradford As the property of the above ) Men's & Bos'Men's sank

County; Starke, Fla., under the County.: Florida named defendant and that on Dress Shoes Striped Sneakers Burglar Alarms
July
<
I provisions of the Florida Sta Byi I Uoulah M. Moody Monday the 10th day o ; Botery eperot.d
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ed- Deputy Clerk 1972 at twelve o'clock: Noon on Ctioese from e ve- .Iooelo .wlp.. OIl.. Easy to install.popular .
tues. white N. ,.
ward Cooney P.O. Box It5-E1 CHANDLER.. i O'NEAL, AVERA, said day on the premises of 1 kMy.d.tyLs.A11. colors In .vlny.kid .I... Sins I Fits .11..di.. ...
i I Loud horn sound
GRAY LANG & STRIPLING the Bradford CowQJail I will
Starke, Fla. 32091 owners. eta Isis 6 t. 12
<4tp 6/29. By: Henry: L. Cray, Jr. offer for sale. and sell to the z.ift.
Attorneys for Petitioner: highest bidder for cash In hand, ._, Our Discount Dbe.
1 6/14t 6/22 the above described: property, / Price Ns n Pia.Our Discount Wyr4:9'6: &:.MIl ....
1 Di THE COUNTY JUDfE'SCOURT of said defendant to satisfy S

OF BRADFORD :IN THE CIRCUIT COUItiOF the aforesaid Execution ,
COUNTY FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL P.D. Reddish Sheriff
FLORIDA
;: INPROBATE fIN CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR 6/15 Bradford 7Coony' Florida IF YOU'RE NOT SIIOPPING AT EAGLE 312 Vf. MADISON AVE.. USE OUR CONVENIENT
REi Estate MERTIE V. CIVIL 4tchg:
of BRADFORD COUNTY,
,
1 FAMILY "''STORE. YOU'RE NOT STARKE. FLORIDA
ROSE Deceased.: ACTION. CASE NO., DISCOUNT YEAR ROUND
NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN REt The Marriage GLORIA A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH SAVING. :MONEYS PHONE 964-7513:
LAYAWAY
All creditors of the Estate JEAN JORDAN Wlf ,,andDEL- brings rwults. PLAN.

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I CUslomelI .".J. Balanced Tires Budgets Lewis NamedOutstanding l You and your pet Car FlipsSylvester At. LaUJie'V

J May Help To Lott 17 and Calvin lag North on SR.22f'18 miles

(From
Page 1)) Martin ,.15. both of Stub from SRS-200B and one mil
I Values t Balance Budget any of the salaries of the two were treated at Bradford County from La"., The pair were
I By/TED KAVANAUQH.DIRECTOR Hospital for minor taken to the hospital! Nor
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new circuit Judge or the public apparent .
JC StudentJim man Early. and puree DamN
.I, "Motorist l with balanced defender. ALPO PET NEWS BUREAU Injuries Sunday after Lett's who witnessed.
tiles help balance GIe1rbucpta car ran off: SR-225 east of the acc1dlat.AIIICINATINCI.
Ii I may by pending to*.- "for oofeteyearcouty county paid Lewis of Starke was Lawtey and turned over.
fewer tront.-eDclaUlnmentaand all Judge* $15- nominated by his Santa Fe Feeding Your Dog The car slipped on wet pave-
aeWnlr a better ride In U.bareaJn. 500 salary $1.386 toward salaries College for ment, the FHP said
t ," says the tire :Industry of the circuit Judges, and Inclusion Community;In the 1971-72 campus editionWho' Its easy to feed your dog a Don't give your dog bonesof Lott lost control of his 1965 ,,:;,
$2,130 toward the salary of Plymouth. The
CouncIL car ran off the
Safety Who Among Student In wholesome, tasty, nutritiousdiet any kind. Too many dogs
I "If a good Idea to have the public defender. The county American Junior College and these days. Just use one are killed by bone splinters. pavement and struck a culvert,
.. 1 both static and dymamle gal- ; will save roughly $17,000 the nomination was excepted by of the good complete and balanced Give him a rawhide "bone"to turning the, ,car on its top
anced checked when you buy through the state taking over the editors of the book. commercial dog foods chew on. according to Trooper 1u..
) new tires and rechecked when those expenses.>; and provide fresh drinking Etheridge.

1 ... r rI ,I you Chairman notice the old ROBS ones R.,"Onnsbyadvise Council However will have Brown to pay said. salaries the county This upon honor outstanding Is conferred student annually water.Scientific advances In canine ..,.'..,'.<,-.:.,,-............................................._.............-..>0.<:........Lott......and.....Martin....... were... travel.. ...." tr ,
of secretaries for the county; nutrition and the modern technology
*. leaders from about 800 Junior I.
Judge and circuit Judges, although of pet food manufacturers -
t. I In. addition to Imbalance In the United States.In .
colleges have eliminated the
guesswork
",, It la hoped new ruling
tramp be caused by bad candidate
may selecting cam- of a decade ago.
will
be forthcoming from the
I hock i absorber or loose pus nominating committees are There are two kinds of pet
linkage In the front end. Trampcan Forlda Supreme Court on the instructed to choose those students foods. One Is.a complete and i ifj CARRY-COOI
Circuit court secretaries.Another ;
occur at the front tire whose academic standing balanced food In lUelf. Providing -
I FREE I and 1* caused by hopping at the thing additional that could coat 1 service to the community; ,leadership all the nutrients, vitamin !
high upend county money In extracurricular activities and minerals needed to Room Air ConditionerSo
vibration wheel shimmy a ruling that every defendantIn maintain the adult dog In optimum -
I or : and future potential are
I Four Choice401b.COrVMNURK a wobbly condition of the front county; court who faces a decidedly above average.Aedocumentary health and life span light it has it's own carrying handle. .. td
,,
I Jail sentence must be represented it may be fed as the sole diet. Ibs.
wheels, occur at lower goes anywhere-only 43
may by. an attorney. If the By law, the label Is allowedto I.
speeds, particularly In turn- public defender can't handle evidence of say so. 3 4000 BTU/HR
I
/ Ing. It I. normally felt In the
the increased the of The second kind is not formulated .
I case lead, this honor and In recognition
and
wheel
550 steering throughout
lb.
MICH.
PEAT with all the required
the car.MASONIC, cavity i will have to pay private his accomplishments, a certificate nutrients and is known as a
I SO lb. TOP SOIL I 'attorneys to -r prelent will be presented to him supplemental food. These are
In
on campus later this year. good products but must SLIM & TRIMMOLDED
Indigent you By
I those defendant at make
Invited to
For DISTRICT he Is
Your addition
Planting I add the nutrients they lack because >
$50 per year up to $250 per CARRYING JIM LAWSON
MEETING JUNE reference
26 use of a special them
I Convenience they are not In
With I P.M. Barefoot, DI.trlct'De- day, the BarsAslsociation placement service maintainedto selves complete and balanced. HANDLE MOW DID CASEY JOITCS
I Purchase Of Each puty Grand Master of the 8th the Brown Florida. : assist nominees seeking postgraduate Lawfully. these products' label i 115 VOLT, AMPS ;i OET HIS NAME
I District, will make his official says employment, admission may not claim that status. So Everyone has heard the bal
SHADEFRUIT visit to Bradfrd Lodge No. 35 In the meantime, Brown say to Four year collegees and it's that simple. Just check AUTOMATICTHERMOSTAT i lad "Casey Jones" about the
he will ask Circuit Judge John '
; the label.
on June 26. A covered dUh universities, the famous train engineer. Did you
I dinner will be. served at 7 A. H. Murphree, chief Judge International Voluntary Service -' TIle American Kennel Club's E-2 MOUNT FOR ever wonder how he got his
TREE pun.Lonnle of the Eighth Circuit, for any or any similar position "Complete Dog Book." an au FAST INSTALLATION .;:: name Casey? Well Casey was a
M. Rhoden advice lie may have on the new There Is no charge for this thoritative guide to total dog A nickname he picked up because?
Worshipful Master court systems.Some service for the certificate or care, says: "Look for dog foods he was a resident of Cayce. Kentucky
from 4.95 Up additional state funds' for Inclusion In the publication with taming high proteins digestibility of high biological con. r %; when he wag a youngster.
are expected for the county; value. Foods like meat, ftouroooRcAse J Casey became the engineer of
under the revenue sharing! ,The certificate will be 10 flAil LIXAN .n_ the Cannonbell Express between
presented eggs milk and cottage cheese .
&>>W
I ... MOVIESFLORIDA ... plan. According! to a compilation to Lewis at the Santa Fe (each) have good quality protein *..PLACEMENTWARRANTY. :::: Memphis. Tennessee, and canton -
I AUTOMATIC made by State Senate Way.ancr Community College Presidents are palatable and very /$ I :::: Mississippi. was at the
,
"" Means Committee, furnished Banquet. digestible." G n ral*Elvctrlo .. I I, if: throttle when the crack train
THEATRE by Sen. Bob Saunders.the economic most IEXAN outdoor c. a '//10., of a
Into
0-- For reasons carry C tan year parta I""r: smashed the rear
I Cinema Center Films "Big county will receive an additional Jim will receive his asso- dog foods, canned as well as and .....Ic. 'laborrplac freight at Vaughn, Mississippi,
.. Jake" was a family affair for $65,000 In the coming ciates of arts degree Friday dry end the sugar-preserved .m.nt warranty :::: on .April 30. 1900. A roundhouse!
.... *. Gey/sfdy" .1 i John Wayne. The rugged star year June 23. He also plans to enter "burner" types, are mainly cer > agalnit"l.cta manufacturingo / .. I :::rI worker composed the ballad
I whose phenomenal career "That' their proposed fi the University; of Florida in eal. Although dogs can utilize f '" { about Casey Jones and the
Ai( *tth RitttnAlMtfl. cereal, within limits, they have ::
has spanned for decades, was gure. We hope we jet It," September. I : wreck. The song became popular
need for It steady diet. :
I 1 Joined by three of his sons In states Brown. no It is not their as basic a food. :, :: throughout the United State
Kill AH iu.dffI the production of the motion Other additional funds for We may not be like old Caseyin
I Meat Is more palatable and
the ::*::: ;';:;;::<$ : do
picture. Filmed on location in county; will be hard to come : :: : far more digestible. From a many respects: but we try
I Oi run Mnty f Durango! Mexico,National General by, since the county; tax roll Is meal consisting mainly of $ $9995 to proceed with all possible speed

MmMSAME Pictures release of "Big expected to be up only slightly don at this point. Chances are meat, the dog's digestive system ,;0: when a customer needs assist
I Jake" which open Friday and moaning very little Increase In that any such new programs will will convert more of it I ance. Service<< Is our primary
__ : AS Saturday at the Florida Thea- property; taxes. have an additional tax attached into energy and other body product and we do everything
tre with "Sometimes A Great For the county; It will be a to finance them, suchas building uses than from a mealof wssible to provide I the very best
;gs: l SEEN ON TV Notion." case of which Items are 'most the commission 1 Is consid- cereal. Y r uervice.RA.

n I Packed with suspense, thrills worthy The of the dollars available. ering for the county fire de- From a nutritional stand.
county; commission would point, meat and its byproducts
and chills Clint Eastwood'slatest partment.The SAWYER -
I UniversalMalpasoCorn.pany like to establish a county wide commission will pro- such as liver, lungs and kid. k'' r P

I 6 oz. Re// 1.98/ I picture In Technicolor, garbage the collection county; roads system system Improve bably have all It can do to .,neys and amino provide acids.essential Also proteins, these :: Slade Air Conditioning =;< fyhlRhl0aloa
maintain the county
"Play Misty for Me. come, present and amino acids
'
I pave some roads etc. But proteins are
1.77 I Sunday and Monday to the Flor- where funds for these things budget or to keep things going of higher quality than those :::: 332W. Madison Phone 964.7701 fi::;: U.S. 301 NORTH

ida Theatre. will come from is a good ques- about as they are now. derived from most cereals. x-:: :,::=::::..'.:<<;;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::--:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::= -:: :.::::::;:::::;:::::::::;::;::::::: PHONE 964-7500

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'3.77 Fanfare Film Production Interviewed I I 1 t

actresses 57 established for the major or aspiring I

role of Surlya In "The Lo. I
t TGI.Q I ears," opening Friday and Sat 8B.I! ZedoSofa_ Bed II
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urday. at' the 301 Drive In I
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'Thatre,1nl; I : :

: MOWERS ,. Also''' fif''WerewoIve "Lo.era' on- ,


:I Of Quality.From Wheels Sunday.". and Monday at' the 1- .

Drive In will be playing "Com- 1II
mon Law Cabin" and "Good I
Morning and Goodbye both
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: son of Mr. and Mr. Wallace
< L. Thigpen Jr. of 607 Alton ,
Road, Starke has completed ,
I his U.S. For e basic trainIng I '

1 I L1. I I at the Air Training Com I : : I ITJ
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1I mand's Lackland AFB, Tex. a : :;:
I He has beenasstgnedtoKees- I --- I
MEAL : ler AFB, Miss, for training In ..c.. .::'
communication electronic '

!NOIII 1971 systems.graduate Airman of Suwannee Thigpen High, a Matching' \ f %

School, Live Oak, attended Santa t Large a
1.47 : Fe Junior College .Gaines
ville. 1 Tub Chair \.,

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I son of Mr. and Mr. Clyde t r

II irony\ 1 1.47 1a 1.f 1 Sander recently completed of Route eahtweeka 1! Starke / I Il

basic training and three monthsof I
1I schooling at Fort Dix, N.J.,
I
where he learned to be clerk- I

i I typist.He received Instruction In : -l
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.f I drill weapon, map reading I -
combat tactics, and first aid. .,. I
I ), In addition to learning typing; t -
filing, and office procedures, I
of the U.S. dY
?gWCtlwrJdi Army.th !
I He 1* t the Army
I II Ii National Guard of Florida In t

I Starke.Pvt. Sander 1* a 1970 graduate I In Durable Vinyl Plastic Sofa OpensTo
of Bradford High School. Bed At Night I
His wife Sandra 1* the daughter Magnificent room beautifying Sofa Bed
of Mr. and Mrs. George for comfortable: sleeping and relaxing.'
Donaldson of Waldo. ;& T The 88" Sofa open to a full size dou
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Diazinon t y h ble bed, upholstered in long-lasting ONLY $19 9
Army Pvt. Gonad' A. t vinyl plastic: in your choice of today's
Controls Many Lawn & Payton, 19, son of Mr. and ,. .. I C- ..- roost popular colors."We .
Mr. John u. Payton, Route 1, t / I II
Garden Insects Also
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Keystone Height, recently
Roaches Safe In completed eight week of basic t I
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VegetablesQt. I training He received at Ft.Instruction Jackson S.C.In t I .A Fact You Can Do putter At" I ....

I drill and ceremonies weapn' *, ,
Now 6.77 I II map reading combat tactic, .,
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I military CCIUI' military Justice t
first aid, and army Idato -
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vt, Payton received training Denmark Furniture I
with Company A, 2nd Battalion 1 Co. Of Starke
1.87 : the lit Brigade. I'' ,n. sire
Now of "
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County FFA'er Presides Over State MeetJimmy F. Williams Set To Run .


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years that a Bradford County siding activities. Hutchlns said contest and received a $30 It was also the first blems." Post 56 past-president of theStarkeBradford
Alvarez "carried out time a
the Bradford youth was poised) prize. Jaycees, past
Future Fanner had the honorof girl received a state Too laws are on the
of the best conventions farmer many
The local FFA
one contained, and ran a very chapter was of the Bradford County
presiding over a State FFA degree president
I've ever seen" says Advisor convention uoycle Conner; ,now smooth convention. He made .1), selected as tile top chapter In books. Williams says, Children's Committee, a
Paul Hutchlns of the way his Florida's Commissioner of one of the best retiring spe- the District, with a $25 cash "Instead of making new laws Scottish Rite Mason and Shrine -
fnrmar nprlrulture Student: Agriculture, Is the only other eches I've ever heard," said prize: won the Silver Emblem City ChangesGo we might be better oft by tak-" r member of the Chamberof
presided over the annual Bradford boy to have been state Hutchlns, who has heard about for Its BOAC project, and was ing some of them off the books. Commerce, member the
FFA Convention In Daytona FFA president. lie was elected 20 at state FFA conventions third in Cooperative Activities. To Voters Examples named by Williamsare Bradford Volunteer Fire Department
BQach( last MondayFriday.It in 1947-48.. Seven students represented These awards were presented at the cane pole) tax", increased and Is serving -
*Fantastic," Is the way Hut- Bradford's Junior and senior the state convention. (From Page 1)) retirement benefits for as president of CUB,Inc.
was the first time In 24 chins describes Alvarez's pre- FFA chapters. Bradford FFA' Ten chapter members rec- state officials, and Increased the economic opportunity agency -,
celved State Farmer Degrees at year terms, the council first Insurance liability premiums.The for Clay, Union, Baker,
the passed it up without voting.
convention. They were Counties.
Williams Is and Bradford
29-year-old
Dale % Reminded by Chairman Nell
Clemons, Mike
Bryan. resident of Crystal Lake Replying to Williams' resignation -
ESTABLISHED 1904MJT Ricky Tomlinson Joey Bennett, Tucker: they had not voted on a near Keystone Heights. lie Is the Bradford commis-
Bubba Bennett,David Stalnaker, the Issue, the councilmen con a homeowner In both Bradfordand sioners wrote the directors:
Mike Oliver, Gerald Rosier sidered It again. Clay Counties, his property; "ilie Board wishes to than
,f. David Wainwright, and Walter McRae said If the four years being split by the county line. you for the outstanding ser-
** Prevail. terms were proposed, he wanted vices that you performed while
!r Past State President Alvarezwill It a separate Item on the Williams is the son of Mr. serving as civil defense dir
iHORflE FURNISHING CENTERSPresents attend the !National: Junior ballot. Chairman Tucker que and Mrs. Mack L.Williams,Sr. ector. Your diligent and untiring
Horticulture Convention with stioned even placing the matteron of Starke, and has seven bro support and untiring efforts
Hutchlns. the ballot. thers and sisters. lie graduated were greatly appreciated.
I
Jimmy{ Alvarez Alvarez has also been invitedto McRae! then moved the mat- from Bradford County High
This Special Portrait Offer (In Color Salt Lake City, Utah to a ter be' placed on the ballot, School, served In the V. S.
meeting of the American Academy but when Councilman Vernon Army, was a correctional officer -
Bradford FF.Vers also had a of Achievement July Silcox voted against the motion, at Florida State Prison, Ir
Canvas Type Textured Finish State champion winner In David'alnwrlghi 6-9. 100 outstanding high school the council again consideredopen has been Bradford's civil defense -
\\ and his forestry students from all over the nation I director for seven years,
dlsucsslon,
project, two division winners will meet with 50 business Sllcox asking why and has had other responsibilities -
ONE and placed three more studentsin tender -..,was. "opposed. with the Board of Bradford -
third place In State compe- A notable achievement of the Silcox said he simply wasnt; County Commissioners for
tition. FFA convention over which a'- sure it was a good idea for the the past seven years. 11'lilCIIthFItTERItY
8X10PORTRAIT Paul Hutchlns, 16-year-old, varez presided was passageof council members, but It might While serving as CD director
junior ag student, won the state an FFA Constitutional be all right for the clerk and Williams Immediately em-
horticulture demonstrationco. chief of police) lIe still voted
amendment eliminating the requirement barked on an organized effort,
.
jest. The prize is an all that a state FFA offIcer against the four year terms,the to provide the people of the
expense paid trip to the /National candidate run for office only councilman In opposition) county with a program that
Junior Horticulture Association in the same year In which he However, several others ques- would give them Jie protection
Convention In Col- received his state fanner's de- tioned the wisdom of extending ''they would require and ask for
unVxis: Ohio In December. gree. This provision ellmlated the term of office after the In case of emergency, he says.
In The Most Beautiful Color Title of Hutchins'Pro lect was." many potential) candidates, Alvarez meeting, an Indication it board Under Williams direction
Second Wonder of the World or says.He favored elimina- may reconsider that question. shelter spaces In the county
You've Ever Seen Gardening In the Air," basedon tion of the provision. Four year terms for city; Increased from i meager 56 to
STARKE how growing hanginggardens! President Alvarez also presided officials was placed on the 1961 a total of 14,046 now. Williamsand V
Saturday Hutchins Is the son of Senior over the first state FFA or 1962 ballot, Councilman Orle the Board of County Com-
Friday and FFA advisor Paul Hutchlns. convention at which a girl was Wiggins, said, and defeated by missioners received a national
Becky Hutchins 15-years-old elected to a state office Lisa the people.In award for outstanding leader-
June 30, July 1 sophmore agi student, was a Tomkow, a 1972 graduate from other action Tuesday night, ship in civil defense. Williamswas
HOURS: division winner In artificial ar Dade City; was elected secre- --Told two Reno residents, Instrumental In establishing -
rangements She won :$25; In; tary. Mrs. Maurice White and Mrs. the only national Civil Defense -
FRW\Y 10A.M.-6:00: P.M. cash for her demonstration of "That's something I'll always Broxton complained; about a Journal,, "Survive," In ,, (!(t
10 6:00( P.M the "Art of Flower Arranging" remember," Alvarez
SATURDAY) A.M. : Juke Joint on North and Oak .
Becky Is the daughter of FFA states. "She's a sharp girl" Streets In Reno where they the United States and still : .. : : Cottonterry
Advisor Paul Hutchlns. Alvarez noted having girl officers said people gather to talk at serves as public relations dir- .. hue. emerged from Hit
Gary Melvin, 16-years-old will make travel arrangements all hours, use foul language, ector for the Journal. towel I and. bathrobe caU'Kor.v(
senior ag student was a divIsion more difficult because and play the Juke box too loud, Williams served for three into ii Cushion fabric. Here it
winner with his a chaperone will be re- years as president of the Brad- turns III|> In u xmuKhiittf host-
Family Group or Single' marketing Mayor Hurst said he would ass.. dress with bright
Limit, I Ptr prton I Per Family 9J demonstration entitled "Selec quired. But he added: take care of the situation after ford County Fair Association lopping! u multi-col-orunjjcbodice
.. Croup Pholo' tc Per Pcrton, plui Dandling ting Market Vegetables" Mel- "I guess If they're going to be Mrs. White said she had working closely with the agri nred .striped skirt The outfit
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Prooli Shown To Partnlt Only For Selcctloq' vin $25 cash part of the FFA we'll have to cultural comrrunlty. He Is past
Several Potet To Select And Order From won prize. complained to the police) :and ix by Art-Rich of New York,
Rnna .,..... Frl.nd. And Neiqhbori Charge Jackie Marr, senior ag stu- open all the doors to them." the situation has persisted commander of American Legion with rubric by Cannon Mills
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The Sweetest SlrawkerrUt Thli Side of Heaven

Lennon Paces Starke Striders I :: i

. Vol. 93 No. 47 2nd Section June 22, 1972 i !
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With 17 Points In Jax MeetSix Machine SecondIn Ii




Bradford High thlnclads Lennon had a 17 point total In the 880 yard run, running In the discus, throwing the disc 'to Miami for the South East-
represented their school ae the for his day's earnings for BHS. the two laps In 2:12.2: minutes. 60 feet. ; ern U.$. Region. And if any
Starke Striders. competed Jimmy Ricks was Mike McRae took sixth make. first
a
fee placeIn place It will give
gainst*.about 100 participant the high Jump, leaping 5-9 The first four placers are them a ticket to Spokane Wash- Big AugustaSoftball
fast Wednesday in Jacksonville and falling behind the first place the 880 with a time of 2:29.8 qualified for the state championships ington to the National Junior ; ;
A at Winter Park July
In the North Florida< Track and man because of more misses. relay team of Larry Pater- Olympics, sponsored by Qua
]Field Championship. lit the intermediate group son. Mark Hodges, Mike 8. Levy Lennon, Paul Parsons ker Oats and General Motors.
(Boys 14 and 15 years old! )Mark McRae, and Paul Parsons Jimmy Ricks and the relay ""Lennon and Ricks have the
Hodges place4 5th In the mile placed third In the 440 yard team will represent Starke. most TourneyStarke's
outstanding chance of
.run in at 5:10 minutes. relay. From) Winter Park the first being successful Coach
Paul Parsons placed third Paul Parsons? placed fourth and second placers will head George Loper. says -

Green Machine enth GM came back scoring their first loss before losing ,
placed second at the Peach five runs to close the gap to to CB again at the final game. i
State Invitational Slow Pitch 13-11. GM was put out with two Leading hitter for GM was \
Coke Discount 2 Games Softball Tournament In Augusta men still on base which cost Marcus hoden's 3-for-4 with
Split Georgia, after losing to them the game and tourney one of those being an Infield .I ,
the leaders Clete Boyer Saints title home run I
13-11 In the last game of the SIXTH GAME GM had five errros, but out- (
In Bantam Baseball PlavOffsIn tourney over the weekend. Larry Mingle, Woody hit CB 13-9. CB did '
EJPI'L Strickland and Robert Mum- not have any earned runs.
-.I --- The Green Machine had the mow were the leading hit-
winning runs on base when they ters of the sixth when THIRD CAME !
the play-off to determinethe hit the ball with real authority walked, singled, doubled and three game
struck out
up runs cllmlated In the seventh Inningof GM beat Clete Boyer 12-7. GM ruled out Reese Electricof
v 1972 Bantam Boys Baseball collecting 12 base hits. hit his eighth circuit clout of four, and walked two. Hall gave the seventh and final game Green Machine's had 20 hits Augusta 4-0 In th third
Champion the two teams Discount came to the plate the season Dean Brown Richard up two hits allowed five funs, .' game
Southern Discount, The Clete Boyer team for the night to Clete Boyer's of the tourney.
Involved. first and scored two runs and Hall and Jackson Pre- struck out two and walked four.
from
Atlanta 10.
and Coca Cola are all even It looked as if the series was Lad Is named aftera Reese Electric was State
vatt each Mltzel
two while Roger all
went the
hits way baseball GM Jumped ahead In the
Champions
pro player who of
Georgia last
with one win each In the best well on It's to the finish.
way helping out with a hit each were for Discount. coaches the team. sixth Inning when they scored
two of three series. However, In the bottom of the year.
Bruce Wolfred. Clay Gllhooly,
The most valuable player a- two runs and held the Boyer
Coke is the first half champ. first Inning, Coca Cola sent 15 and Pat Mundorff. .
"I Judo ward went to Marcus Rhoden, team scoreless. Leading hitters for GM were
Discount the second half fchamp. batters to the plate and before Discount recorded six hits Tourney because of his outstanding out- Jim Garllngton[ John Watson,
Levy Lennon The Championship game Is set the selge was over had collected with Keith Kelley befog the top Set At KH field work and catching.Rhoden FIFTH GAME Larry Dingle, and Mike Henry,
FjMay. June 23, at 5:30 pjn. eight hits and scored 12 batter going 2-for-4.Randy Ed- also hit for a .621 average. CM edged by the Carpenters a new man on the team who
Levy Lennon was the top point Southern Discount had taken runners, "'or all pracucal purposes mondson Wade Winkler, Bill The overall tourney leading number one team In Savannah, all went 2-for-3.
man In the senior: division plac- the opening game or the series the game was over then Lundy, and Mike Dykes had The Florida AAU Junior Olympic batter for GM was Larry Hln- 13-12 after the Woodworkers "Reese had one hit in the
?lns first In the 100 yard dash Friday June 16, 13-1 and had and there. However, Discount one It each. Judo Tournament will be gle with an average of .680 scored eight runs In the seventh seventh Inning and except for
with a time of 10 seconds. only to pin another loss on refused to throw In the towel Stu Rayburn and Richard Hall held this Saturday at the Keystone for his weekend's work. Inning giving GM a score. that It was a perfect game for
Lennon also turned In a time Coke for the Championship.But and tried In vain to get back shared mound duties for the Heights High School gymnasium Before the Carpenters struck John Emerson at the pitching:
of 50.8 seconds In the 440 yard Friday June 16, found Coca In the game.Mike winners, each pitching: three according to George SEVENTH GAME their blow in the seventh Inning spot," said General Manager
dash for second place and was Cola hitting the ball like Nettles was the big stick Innings with Rayburn the starter Bass, tournament director and CM lost to the Clete Boyer GM had them down 13-4. Townsend Strickland.
second In the 220 at 22.1 sec- champions and taking a must for the winners. In his four and winning pitcher. ..ay- chairman of the Florida AAU Saints 13-11 In the final game The leading hitter for the SECOND GAMEIn
of 1910. Coke trips to the plate big Mike burn allowed four hits,_gave Judo Committee. of the tourney to give up the fifth game was Marcus Rho- the second game GM rolled
Scheduled to get underwayat title. den. who went 4-for-4 at the over Jacksonville Businessmen -
noon, 50-75 Judokas ages Leading hitters In the last plate. John Emerson, who 11-7, beating them 1815In
onds.Bradford 9-16 are expected from all over game were Larry Mingle hitting pitched all but one for CM, the hitting department.
the state to participate In the '4-for-4 and Marcus Rho- was the winning pitcher. Leading here for GM were
Gridders Can AAU sanctioned tourney. Win- den hitting 4-for-S. GM had a total of 17 hits John Watson 3-for-3, and P.
ners will be eligible for the CB took the lead In the fifth compared to Carpenters IS. D. Walden, 3-for-4.
I Regional Junior Olympic Judo inning, 8-6, and In the seventh GM Jumped ahead In the sixth
Tournament to be held next Inning they got five more runs FOURTH GAME Inning with five runs on six
month In miami.Admission to boost their lead to 136. CM lost to Clete Boyer 8-5 hits to move ahead 11-4.
Is free. But In the bottom of the sev in the fourth game, giving themNorman's 1

Go All The WayThere "The FIRST first game GAME against Don t'

Moore, of Augusta wasn't even
In our caliber," said Manager
TightensWomen's Strickland after his.team

are 30 boys at Brad- Sixteen of the players were Chuck' Norton, 180 up from Clark out for football'the first ; romped by DM 268. 1
ford High School who Tornado starters either on offense. or the Junior varsity and with a time this spring. Clark's biggest GM had 29 hits compared to .
grid coaches feel can go defense fine spring behind him will asset Is speed. With 'experience DM's 12.Leading.
all the way *+*.Class 3-A The second biggest asset back* lIP' Luther and see .a> lot he-IsVexpected to see hitters for CM were
state football championship the 1972 grldders have Is that of action.; Levy Lennon, fast- action, Hurse says. Softball' Marcus- Rhoden and"John Emerson "

It'has been some since they know Hurse says, with est man on the squad and a Coach Hurse, will evaluatehis GM who went 5-for-5.
David Hurse, BHS athletic years dir- this experience and with a lot sprinter on the track team offense next week. He Is first blasted six runs In the
of hardtvork between now and will be moved to middle guard. readying a few new wrinklesfor Inning and got 8 runs
ector and head football coach August 15, when fall practice LeMon will be used In stunting .- the offense. But the Tor- The Women's recreation In the most important gameof abbreviated three Inning game of 8 hits In the third.
bas been able to seriously think begins, they can be state cham- situation, where his QUIck- nado defense will be the tried Softball League Is going Into the week Norman's Farm due to the 20 run rule, last GM had five Injured players "
about football
a state champion the final week of play with edged Colonial Florist 1514In Thursday June 15.
ship. Guided by Hurse the 1965 pions. ness can be a real asset.Hurse and true 54. In the tourney; Woody Stil k- "
"This added Incentive BHS line three teams currently battling a real thriller. Norman's had 21 hits and were
that says. went to a four man land, who was hurt In the me-
and that 1966 heady Tornado wine.grldders tasted should go a long way toward Llnebacldng should be another two years so, but last year for top honors and It Is very The loss was the first for led by the 4-for-4 performanceof morial Tournament; Larry Mingle
There pictures and trophies helping us achieve that goal," strong point of the 1972 returned to the old 5-4 simply possible that the winner will Colonial In the second half after Kelly Richards and Susan who was hit with a ball; I
are
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go undetermined until the final winning their first four Ingle's 3-for-3. Cookie Mun- Donald who Into
Hurse thinks. Tornado grldders. Tough Ver- Nurse says because Falcon ran a
In the BHS field house to
game of the season which is The win moved Norman's dorff and Verease Patrick were fence and his and Y
non Barber, 185-12, will be .nothing can beat it.Football.players. cut arm,
prove Bradford It, although fans need hundreds no such of The Head Tornado discussedhis back with a year's experience are encouraged scheduled for Friday, June 23. within a half game of first 3-for-4. Carol Keuba had the John Watson, who messed up his

reminders of that 32 winning plans for the 1972 defense under his belt. Barber Is expected to use the field house After the results were posted place a spot Colonial holds. ankle and had to get a novacaine -
streak.Then game The evaluation of the defenseIs to be one of the beat and the weight training program following last week's play Norman's scored 12 runs in KOCH DRUGS 12 shot from a doctor to
In 1967 the BHS football made after reviewing filmsof linebackers In the Florida Star thissummer, .the coach Norman's Farm tightened the the first four Innings to lead BLALOCK'S I keep playing.
world fell It took few the spring intrasquad game. Conference. Hurse says and states. league standings up by winning 12-0. Just as (Colonial was In For the fourth time this season Next week GM travels to Tallahassee -
but apart. weren't a The offense will be discussed much Improved over last sea "Weight training has helped both of Its scheduled danger of losing via the 10 J Koch: Drugs took the mea- for the Capitol City
games' opponents In a later edition of The Tele- son. make us a good as we were In games one of them a win over run rule they came up with sure of Blalock's, this time to Invitational where they will
long In finding out the 1967 graph this summer. the past. 'It can make us a Colonial which was the first 10 runs In the bottom of the the tune of 12-1 In six Innings' compete against 32 teams
Tornadoes were but a shadowof Defensive end Is expected to Dennis Crawford, a 2-year champion" the BHS coach loss for the Florist team In fourth to trail only by two, Thursday June 15. Teams will be from all over
those hard hitting state be a strong position this fall. letterman injured much of last says. the second half. These two 10-12. Norman's then made their Koch is the only league team Florida Georgia, Alabama and
championship teams. The tops spots are held down season Is healthy again. At 175 Coach Hurse and Coach Butch teams are. now tied for first advantage 14-10 In the fifth that Blalock has been unableto Mississippi.GM .
Young Inexperienced Tor- now by Randy Gasklns, 165, Crawford will bring exper-. Redding will be at the field with Identical records of 4-1. but in the bottom of the sixth defeat at least one time. plays Its first game Sat
nado grldders began the long and Brad Carter 180, both two ience and toughness to the line house this summer. The facility First half champ Koch Drugs Colonial plated four runs to tie And would you believe that urday at 9 ajn.
road back. There were 5-5 In year lettermen. Terry Hyes backer position. will be open each weekday Is only a half game out of the game at 14-all. each team In this game had the GM has a total Tournament
1967. More experienced In 1968 6-3 and 195, Improved tremen-, There Is also Wayne Lam- from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. first, owning a won lost record In the top of the seventh same number of base hits record of 38-12, and has an
BHS footballers turned a respectable dously spring practice Hurse bus, 165, who Is much Improvedand The players all agreed to of 4-2. Games this week Norman's plated the winningrun !! seven The difference lay In exhibition record of 11-4. This I
7-3 record.In says and because of his size experienced. Early Chandler train on certain days this sum- will tell the tale as all\ threeof when Linda Cubbage led the defensive play of Blalock's. gives the team an overall I 49-
1969 good athletes were could work Into a starting 170 Is the only 10th grader mer, Hurse says. "They know these teams will (have to off with a double, moved to thirdon As a team they committed 13 16 record so far this year.
few at BHS and Injuries also after he gains several games'experience spot out for the varsity. He Is It's necessary If we are to battle each other. Koch's must Diana McN eal's single,.and errors on batted balls and made
struck. Together those two next fall. tough\ and will hit hard, Hurse win. If they follow through, we play both Colonial and Nor- then scored on Cookie Mun- several miscues on dropped Of nine tournaments the
things made for a disastrous says, and can be expected to should be in good shape next mans In their two remaining dorff's sacrifice fly. thrown balls and overthrows. Green Machine has won seven I
3-5-1 season, the worst In over HaYes' development would see much action next fall. fall." games. Colonial must play, Norman's outhlt Colonial 12- Koch's led 5-1 after three Innings team trophies. They have won
be a deflnlate asset, Hurse 11 with Linda four first place trophies, a one
20 years. 1970 was much the Koch's and Normans. Normans Cubbage pacing but
put things out of reach
since he could then The defensive perimeter] will second
says rest place and two fourth
Norman's with 3-for-4
same story, opponents knockIng must play Colonial Koch's a performance -
by times
be scoring seven In the
Carter another
for offense. Carter has strong point there places.
BHS and Blalock's Cookie Mundorff
down to a 3-6-1 re- the only team to ,
cord. been the starting fullback for Is experience at all four positions Summer whip them this half. Terri McNeal, and Diane Mc- fifth and sixth inning Carol Leading hitters so far this
But 1971 was a different sto two years. both cornerback and free Neal had two hits each. RedcUng's 3-for-4 was tops year Is Marcus Rhoden with a
Greg Reddish 155 ImprovedIn saftev. Hum points out. for the winners while Judy .675 He also
ry. A scrappy bunch of grld "t 4T.nCKSTBARRETT'S For Colonial, Diane Jordanwas average. has the
ders. some with a year's experience spring practice at the defensive Malachi Henry 175-12 Is expected 0Blalock's 3-for-3. Gall Branson, Young was 2-fdr-4. Jan Searle most runs scored( 105 of 124
and Debbie
Bleasdale
behind l them showed end spot. Don Loper, to be the best free safety Program picked up its second Barbara HOllingsworth, and were 2- hits.
fans they still could play foot- 150 showed tremendous improvement In the conference. He Is win of the second halt the Sissy Long had two hits. for-3 for the losers. John Watson Is the team home f

ball at BHS. Their 8-2-1 record Hurse says. Both backed up by Billy Blgham, 150- easy way as Barrett's was una- LEAGUE STANDINGS run leader with 51 and RBI
Is marred only by a are slated to see action on 12 and Romle Hall. 150-11. Begins ble to field a team and the NORMAN'S FARM 24. THROUGH JUNE 15Colonial leader with 127
cWlaspse In morale. next fall's varsity.At Blgham Is a good athlete and meat market team was awarded : BARRETTS
Tornado fans will be along defensive tackle veteran experienced. Hall Is a fine athlete a 7-0 forfeit game, Tuesday Normans: Farm moved Intoa and Norman's 4-1; Koch's 4-2;
time In forgetting that 7-0 vic- Bobby Dyal appears now to be Hurse says. Both will see AtKHA June 13.NORMAN first place with Colonial Florist Blalock'SCHEDULE-2-4;; Barrett's 0-6. MENTALHEALTH
tory over a tough Palatka team the strongest competitor. At action and rest Henry as muchas with an easy conquest of Thursday June
on Bradford Field. It was unexpected 185 pounds and two years experience possible for offensive duty. FARM 15 cellar dweller Barretts In an 22, 7:30: p.m. Koch vs Colonial;
coming after fumbling Dyal Is expected to Henry Is the top Tornado run summer recreation program COLONIAL 14 MATTERS
losses to Live Oak and to be tough. Gary Melvin who ning threat. for school-age boys and
Bolles. Stronger as'the season now weighs 180, was out half has been movedto girls commenced Wednesday at
Gray Flynn
wore on the 1971 'tornadoes of last season with an ankle 8 a.m. in the Keystone Heights Bertram S. Brown-M.O.
monster man position, or
ended with five straight wine Injury and never completely roving back. It Is one of the High School: gymnasium. Cunningham Gulf Director

Including a bowl victory over rounded Into form. Before the toughest positions to play, Sports activity programs such TopsIn National Instituteof
Ocala Vanguard. Injury Melvin was a starting Hurse says. Flynn, 165-12 as baseball basketball, weight
If s been a long way back guard and defense middle guard. looked good there In spring lifting' shuffle board ping pong Men's Softball PlayPitch Mental Health
!but Coach Horse II smilingly At defensive tackle Melvin will practice and has made a good and girls Softball will be conducted -
predicting good things for De experienced because that'swhere start, but realized he has a for the next six weeks, .
1972: barring Injuries, of he played last season long way to go. Last season according to Roy Bayless sum- lasted six
course. Now any. local foot- when he gets back Into aetlon. Flynn was a starting corner mer recreation Instructor. Cunningham Gulf took over Softball Jllay1.June 15, game Die Churcn; scored Innings in every and The First Yean
first place all Cunningham led all the
ball fan can tell you the vet- back. by themselves way,
eran Tornado simply does At 8-3 and 180 pounds Junior Keith Tetatone 150-12, has Bayless reports that aU after an 11-8 win over Grau- and after four Innings led 7- Inning, picklngup their third Man has probably always
n't predict such good things. State Register Is also slated experience at the monster position school-age boys and girls Interested dons Hippies, In Men's Slow 0. The Hippies had one big Inning win of the second half. sensed! and has known for sun
Hurse Is well known for crying for some action at defensive and will push Flynn the In signlng-up! should as tney soared six runs Billy McRae Jim Duncan after he began scientific study,
be weak his team, then tackle.: Speed Is Regis coach says. Tim Crews 150, report to the gym anytime bet- In the fifth but Just couldn't Jack Hazen and Bob Mllner. that the first yean of life were
running over opponents. ter's most serious weakness. and Stuart Strickland 135, are ween 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday My Neighbors catch up. each had two hits. Mike Al- of paramount importance: in
Therefore, all the eggs must He can play straight basic foot- both Improving. Wednesday and Friday; Cunningham rapped out 18 giere and James Fender led the development of a person
,be In the basket for( this fall. ball well. Hurse says, but has At cornerback Wayne Tes- and between 2 p.m. and 10 base hits with John GrifOs and the losers with two hits each. from dependent infancy to
"The best thing'we've got trouble stunting. Stanley Craw- ton Is expected to be one of p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday lUcky Bennett leading the Monday June 19. saw theschedulegain. functioning maturity.
going for us Is experience," ford, 150, and Wayne Norman the toughest players In the team with three bite each.Ter- ;; cancelled be- Until recent times however,
he says. Seven of those 30 165., are Inexperienced but league. If not the beat puree I 1 ry Hardee. Ken Carlton. and casue 01) rain not a great deal of attention
grldders who finished spring both are capable and will see says, with two experience Although all sports can be f Cordon Beal had two hits. The bad been paid to gathering Information
practice: are two year lettermen action<< the Head Tornado says to work wand up to participated In any given day. Hippies were led by DeanJohna' STANDINGS: t.Gulf 5-0;Hippies on such things as the
Wayne Tetseone, Randy Nose man Carl Luther 180, 165 pounds Testone has bothassets' Bayless, says that Mondays and I three-for-four. Danny 4-11-Baptist 9-2 Lawteyand when where. why, how. and .
the starter at middle guard McKlnneyj; Tommy Clark 'Gene what of the first of life s
CasMns. Bobby Dyal. Dennis b add to his Ulualvel" Fridays will be devoted to a r. WJ/CB 1-3, Branding Iron year i
for the last halt of last season Melvin and Bill Adams In the Individual's
Crawford Gary Melvin, Brad had development.
baseball clinic the first two
tough defensive for
Carter, and .Malchl Henry. Is also expected: to hold Hurse) alert points' out. play. weeks. Four weeks of play two hits. The Hippies had 13 SCHEDULE: Thur, June 22, But now Dr. Reginald S. !
down that spot this fall. Lather -. base hits total. Lourie. an Internationallyknown I
Nine have earned one
more Lawtey
on mondays and Friday's will vs Hippies, 7:30: pjn.;
when Melvinwas "
varsity football letter, and developed "HeIs definitely a football follow. Girls softball will be The second game saw third WJ/CB vs Baptist 9 p.m. psychiatrist teacher and
thus have good experience.They hurt, and so far nobodycan player," the coach says of Tet- ted on Wednesdays on .i place First Baptist breeze by Fri., June 23, Lawtey vs C. researcher has performed an
are Cray Flynn. Keith Tetstone. get him out of the line- ton. Theme and Thursday evening Branding Iron 14-4. Gulf 7:30 p.m.1_ B. Iron vs Invaluable service in studying
Levy Lemon,, Veraon Barber, up. ''Tie should Improve. With Steve Strickland(; 145-12.: will basketballs '' WJ/CB 9 Mon. June 26 this and providing an overview
his Luther there will be plenty of 'Ae. matter of facto I DID !Neither team hit the ball pjn. .
could
experience be the other
hold down
Carl Luther Crawford corner. B. Iron of what he calla e new frontier
: Stanley vs Lawtey 73U
bouncing around, Bayless .list Kim. real well u Baptist also led p.m.; .
as a dependent. Any
Strickland, one of the tougher mlddleguards Strickland had a good spring Hippies vs Baptist 9 of psychiatry: the first three
BllBigjHaz Strew In the league" says-tteree..' but will be pushed by Tim sold ooJeeUonaT" In that department 11-8 The pun yean of life.TeleRfapb.

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Mrs. G orn to Retires A Her Launched


keystone H/f/tes/ / By Phone 473-4648.Linda 4734007or 'Wharton I 44-Year Teaching Career Rezoning Fight



Mrs. T.R. Gomto, better 'By Lake Geneva Groups

known as Miss Susie first

grade teacher at Keystone)
LADIES GOLF ASSN. Heights' School retired June
The ladles had a very good 15 after 44 years of teaching With Dr. Phil Parsons as
turnout for their first day of In Florida. She began her teaching chairman a group of Lake Geneva -

summer play on June 15. career at Bardln, a two residents set die wheel
Wlmers of 18 holes were: room school In rural Putnam 4 In motion last Thursday night
Ftre; Lou Tlmmtns. Second. County;) at 17 years of age. to seek a change In toning from

Su Dwyer; Tie for low putts; During the years she has A (Agriculture) to Residential
Lots Walker and VoncU Ketch. taught first grades through A, which excludes mobile*

Winners of 9 holes were: eighth and frequently served homes.
First Alice Neibert; Second as Drincloal: of Don Morgan who served as
Helen Wallace; Low putts. school..ner first grade skis temporary chairman of the

Louise Nelson. this vear held several children meeting until permanent officers -
The following were winners whose parents she had were elected said the
of the "Beat Kathy Wintworth taught previously Mrs. Corn- objective of the rezoning was

Tournament. Vesta Aiken Georgia to earned her Bachelor and to with a luncheon on June 13; not to prohibit mobile homes,
Barthelmus, Mae Henderson. Master degrees from the University In the home economists room. but rather to prevent overpopu
VoncU Ketch Lucille ;) of Florida while teaching Mrs. Helen Wild baked and lation around the lake and avoid -
Starnes, Lou Tlmmlns and full time. decorated two-tiered cake the threat of pollution.
Bernice Worley. Pro Ed Rodgers The Keystone Heights PTA Morgan said that RA is the
with blue forget-me-nots especially -
donated shellwhlch highest class of residential zoning -
a was formally recognized her
years
for her and the faculty
;)
drawn for and won by Lois of service on May 18, at the her with beautiful dwweelllingswth single
presented a
Walker. Congratulations I lad ', h, regular PTA meeting. presenting silver family a minimum
les. y her with a personalized centerpiece. Special living area of 1,000 square
heart pin. Inscribed "Susie. guests present were Miss feet: minimum lot area of 20.-
TWILIGHT TOURNAMENTThe From Your PTA. 1972". The Louise Batten, Clay County;) 000 square feet; minimum front

Women's Golf Assn. Is Clay County;) Education Association : elementary supervisor; Mrs. of 80 feet, and minimum setback -
sponsoring a Twilight Tourna- Rhoda.WUllams Clay County;) 10 feet.
ment starting June 30 through a'lso presented her visiting teacher and Dick Lo- As presently zoned Morgan
August 4. It will be played with a'gold desk pen set with vorn, school board member. said, any lot on the lake (except Chairman Parsons points out zoning map to Mr and

every Friday at 5 p.m. Teams the Inscription Susie W.Corn- Miss Susie Is looking for- the portion In the city limits Mrs. Rosoar of Lake Geneva.

may be made up with husbandand to, 44 years Service, CCEA, ward to doing the things she of l Keystone Heights, anda
wife man or woman. 2 1971-72. has not had time to before her small portion In Bradford Requirements RequirementsOf
ladles or 2 men and entry fee Miss Susie's 1972 first grade retirement. She plans to spend County) can be sold and any
will be $5 per tea. The tour- class and room mothers more time in her church activities type\ business or manufacturingplant Zone RA Of Zone RC

nament will be played.. a surprised her with a party;\ on traveling, gardening and erected there.

foursome and for 9 holes. The June 2. She received many lovely sewing and reading.She alreadyhas About half of the capacity;) The following uses are per- The following uses are per-

proceeds will be used to pur- gifts and Dick Lovorn pre- a flourishing garden and crowd attending the meeting mitted for land classified: as mitted for land classified: as
chase new furniture and to fix sented her with an arrangmentof some beloved farm animals, seemed to be opposed to any\ Zone RA under the Clay; Count Zone RC (two family residential -
up the porch of the club house. red roses from the Clay She Is also looking forward to restrictions on mobile homes, ;)' zoning regulations: district) under the Clay
Winners will be determinedfrom County\ School Board. spending more time with her and several suggested rezon- County;) zoning regulations:
Including
the 4 best rounds out of 6. The faculty and administration crat-grendson, Mike Weeks, Ing for Residential C Insteadof Single-family dwellings. -
The tournament will be con- F of KItS honored Mrs.Corn- the highest classification, : the customary accessory Any 'use permitted In single-
cluded August 6 with a covered RA. uses and buildings. Family Residential District
dish supper and awarding of RC oermlta two-family duplexes Servants' quarters or guest
waI- (Zone RB).
prizes. For further Information I > and mobile homes and house, provided written
contact Mrs.Arthur Ketch.473- Morgan said It would not serve ver of objections Is obtained resldentces

4300 or Mrs. Harold Sutton Georgina! Massa Weds the purpose of controlling the from, all and abutting provided property that;) owners the- Including Two-family: two private carportsor
473-4211. population density around the
Donald William Cowart owner of the land produces a garages. Such duplexes shall
The ladles also announced a ,
under single
be constructed a
J g
lake.Morgan for recording -
there will be a summer Ringer ,{ said the meeting had signed legallntrument such root but may however be

Tournament for 9 and 18 Miss Georgina Massa, dau- around the neck and sleeves, rn been called for the purpose of vants quarters, confining or guests house ser- separated by a garge or car-
hole golfers. You can play putting wheels In motion to obtain
any- -
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. George and extended down the centerof port area.
time with anyone and record RA zoning for the area, without charge.
Massa and Uonald William Co- the back and around the Poultry and fowl may be Customary home occupationswill
your scores as long as attend- and suggested that those who
wart, son of M.. and Mrs. ruffled bottom. kept bred or maintained, strictly be permitted only after a
wanted other
ed.In Donald B. Cowart, were unitedIn Other bridal attendents were some classification forhome consumption, not Public Hearing or after writ
addition to handicap could withdraw from the
your Mrs. Lynn Lelno, of Keystone ten waivers are produced from
at 7:30
marriage : p.m. Friday closer than 25 feet to any
card you will be provided with June 16, In the Community Heights, and Miss. Mickie Mul- meeting and form their own residential building profited all property owners, and Including -
another score card which will Church of llns, of Gainesville. Their group. He said the purpose was all of the occupants In the
Keystone Heights. n that, prior to such use
determine the Improved
most not to debate the relative
Two were like that of the maid: me- duplex buildings within 200 ft,
golfer for the year. This will standing baskets of la- gowns rits of RA and RC classification the residents within 200 ft.
run from June '72 through vender yellow, and white gladIoli of honor except one was peach of the premises on which use of the premises.
and the other orchid In color. with the Private boat piers or slips
Juno '73. See Vonclle I Ketch were used at the altar Shortly thereafter about half Is proposed shall lie
All attendants carried nose- for the use of occupants of the
Commission
a
against a background of one lar- County Zoning
for this
card. of the group left the meeting
gays to match their living units of the abutting lot,
ge candelabra and two small gowns. written consent thereto, or
room, and those remaining
The flower girl was Tamara pro- provided that such pier
In or slip
accordance
GOLF CLUB NEWS tree candelabras. after a public hearing -
ceeded to elect Dr. Parsons
Morgan, and the ring bee rerwas with these Regula- does not Interfere with navigation -
The North Central Florida The cermony Was performedby Charlie Reynolds. chairman, and B. F. Mlzell.Jr.secretarytreasurer. .
that
Junior Coif tournaments tions; and provided further
was The following
the pastor. ,Rev. Stewart
called off Monday due to bad Following; the ceremony,a reception the person or persons keeping '
McCord. Mrs. William Nail persons volunteered to USES'NOT
was held In thel Keystone tested for ability before said poultry or fowl shall remove PERMITTED:
child Is swimming
weather but will In Each
begin was organist.The serve with MJ' an. and the of- The
Heights Lions Club commercial
where raising of
said
for other activities.Camp from premises
Palatka June 26 at 9 signing up same
on a.m. bride, given In marriageby yellow and white gladioli were fleers on the committee; Mrs.'
The play at Keystone Golf and her parents, wore a gown used In decorating. O.H. McLawhorn, Wilson Boozer (CoiTi On Nest l'aic/ ) (Coii'l On Net Pane)
Country Club will be rescheduled of long, white silk organza The same flowers were usedon Immokalee Offers Art Klefer and Dick Abele -
at a later date. featuring a high neckline .
the bride's table. which was
The Keystone Golf and Country empire waist, and short puffed VrDri d"Eouth Activities ron.Prevatt .
Club centered with a three-tiered .. .. -JIIe .groupjpgCney. M.r. .
were represented at sleeves; Chantllly'lace was"used wedding cake, with yellow trim.As3iaUngaN'servhsgpumcd'. ... J. C; advised that me '
.tfr ''" 1t1 '*'* -i, tJbi *
a Pro-Am Tournament at the i. PL iw>k> > ** ; 't, I
trim the bodIce .
to Neckline ,
asst.
,, rulty
*
Fort George Golf & Yacht Club YMCA Camp Immokalee, on, riding; trampoIlne4 first step would be to obtain .
last weekend by Pro Ed Rodgers and ruffled( "a |hem. ". Her:I'. and cake. c were Mrs. Gerald Brooklyn/ Lake, opened ,Its >,tumbling And many more.; petitions from *f:c substantial. u Ya.a

Dutch Helse, Hal Adams headpiece trimmed was floorlength'mantilla with Chantilly Sheets Mrs. Dwtght Mitchell doors on Sunday, June 18, to The oldest boys cabin Is portion of residents around KEYS'ONE MELROSE
,
and Charlie Barrett. The team and Betty Zowarka. Donna 125 boys.Camp. allowed the special privilegeof Lake Geneva to present at the
lace to match the gown Fulcher kept the bride's book. 3 of the Zoning
August meeting
placed second with a best ball and she carried of a four-day three night canoe RIJSINESS DIRECTORY
a
nosegay Immokalee Is owned
of 58. Rodgers was low pro for After a wedding trip to the trip to points of Interest In this Commission In Green Cove
yellow rosebuds. Smoky Mountains, the couple and operated by the Jackson- Springs. He said that a Hstof
the day, shooting a 69. Miss Phyllis Massa, slsterof ville YMCA and has been area.
will reside at Thonotosassa. The YMCA works In conjunc- residents of the area would haveto
the bride was maid of honor Cowart certified by the National Council
MELROSE JUDO CLUB Mr. Is employed by Qon ,"U'l1IIe iveystone Heights be compiled to notify them of
wearing a long,yellow dotted of YMCA's and the A.
General Telephone Co. of by the proposed rezoning.
Junior There Olympics will be a Tournament Fla. A.A.U. swiss gown with empire waist, Tampa. merican Camping Associationas Rotary Instructors Club In supply for the Ing annual qualified Early In the meeting. Morgan FlSIIER I.\S'S StPPUESSLIM'S : IIARRE.GREN()\\ ()
V-neck, and short puffed having exceeded the minimum
James B. Lackey
beta June 24. In the Keystone swim program held at the Key- Introduced Dr. -
sleeves. Venice lace used
was standards required
by
stone Beach every summer. of Melrose an expert In t 1t .1I1..cre. HUIWARI
Heights Gym. at 12:00: noon. both for national rating as an This year registration will be environmental control, who f.

Juducos ages 9 through 16, Flea Market Lions Install approved youth camp. on the 4th of July and July 10 said that many years ago lakes Fish ITStuff ANDGUIDI
from Melrose Tame Dennis Fletcher Youth Director -
Keystone New OfficersAt with classes starting the 10th could cleanse themselves CENTOS
Set By Club of the Arlington Family through the 21st. Children six through the natural processes Live Bait I IMc
Branch YMCA of Jacksonville "But A complete line of Hdw.
action.
wind and
of
BanquetGeorge and will be taughtat wave
years up \ CricketsShinnersWormsMinnows I
For .
July 8th Is also director of Immokalee when man enters the picture
charge I
no
and will make his home ;,....
summer
Installed the pollution process Is speeded -
Missa was The boys session at Camp
The Flea Market, sponsored as president of the there.. Serving with him as adult Immokalee Is open with a one up because of excess nitrates TACKLE-RODS-REELS Plumbing & Electrical Supp.

by the Woman's Club during I Keystone Heights Lions Clubat staff members are Calvin Marshall woolc ...Inn followed bv two. and phosphates discharged FISHING.... & HUNTING Cro-Tone Fertilizers
the Keystone on Parade (KOP) an Installation banquet held assistant camp director 2-week sessions, from June Into the water from LICENSES AMMUNI Insecticides
Week will be held at the Mas- Monday night June 12. In the and his wife Idelle who Is office 18 through July 22. The girls septic tanks, detergents ,, and
onic Hall on Saturday. July 8, club house. secretary and nature-lore session will run from August other manmade sources, Dr. TION ICE Hwy 21 N. 200 yds From

from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Walter R. (Sonny) Lee of advisor. Butch Hostler, unit 6 through August 19. Registrations Lackey said. ;Keystone Hgts. 473-4357 Liqht

Selling space may be rented Calnsvllle, a Past District director and his wife, Truda, are open through the When questioned about the Keystone Hqts. 473.3663
I 1 for $2, using! your own table. Governor served Installing the camp nurse. Stanley Barn- summer either at Camp Immo present status of Lake Gen- FUR NITI'RE:GIFTS
I
Large table. may be rented office. well Is the waterfront director kalee, YMCA. Route 1.Keystone eva, he said that, from a casual nIJo'IS'OlR: : '

for 50c. This Is the only expense Other new officers Installed and Tom McLaughlin, horseback Heights or Arlington Family Inspection. It appeared) toCon't Lake Geneva rovn

for sellers. Newcomersare at this time were: Richard A- riding Instructor, both of YMCA. 8301 Ft. Caroline Road, TV Service Center'
always welcome. ble., lit Vice President: Steve Jacksonville. Twenty;) others Jacksonville, phone 7442233. ( On Next Page) FurnitureGift {

i Admission Is free for buyers Shackleford, 2nd Vice Presi- senior tugn school and college --------------------_.-----------------.---- t
Manuel Agullera sec- the staff at .................................... QuAS r"
and browsers and the snack bar dent; and students make up -r & Candle Shop

will be open all day.,:This I. thetime retary-treasurer. Immokalee.The TVSTERO
,
)
In a brief talk, Mr. Lee gavea camp program Is designed !
to clear out I unwanted but resume' of I-lons Club activities to avoid duplication of !J CAR AND PORTABLE

still useful articles. There will In Florida stressing the the highly organized and competitive : !J J lBJ j EXQUISITE GIFTS TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAL

be "bargains galore for every- great work done by the sight team sports and league : 1J It: !t!) Furniture For ANDRESIDENTIAL
conservation program, and the so common In city;)' life. It also IDJ mJm! I Every
QNtVINYL one.Anyone Interested In exhibiting Laser-beam machine that the emphasizes the social skills 00 @:!JIEJti Taste And Purse
at the KOP( Arts A Crafts Florida Lions recently dona- Involved In group living and Is .J.JLtlJIWJIJfiI! ) )( See Our Candle Display AIR CONDITIONING
Show and who has not received ted to the University;) of Flor- to each level. Nonsectarian r
LATEX n geared age I ]][E] 00 IEIlTIJtrn I Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva SUES; SERVICE
atlme schedule and Invitation, ida. This is the second such Christian principlesare
1](TI] IEIrTIJlEIJWJJW
please phone Mrs. Schuber machine In Florida the other emphasized) throughout the S [ :! (' .. / .1 MI. o.t.f Keystone Hjt ivEYSTONE IIEIGIITS

473-3067; mornings. 9 a.m.; being owned privately by two the program. [ilJfiJ[ 4734651
:
evenings, 8 pjn.Moonrs. doctors who 1 use It on a referral Activities Include.swimming, lrEJ1J: : 00 ... ) RKM KSTXTKRichard: : ] HOME
basis for patients recommended : j0 MOBILff ;
ty the Lions Clubs. lifesaving, canoeing, sailing, .1(!!! p0 T. Lovorn
skiing nature lore, arts and 'I 00 w Want to sell your Mobile
stated that 00
MOORToNEVINYL Mr. Lee also 3,00 eo \ Home If you have a buyer
e corneal transplants were made I Reg. heal Estate Broker Mobile Home Brokers will
OOJ
sale of light In bulbs through etc. by the the Clay MavericksPlan I l arrange Insurance ALL details financing for brokerage and

Lions. Benefit fiiJ.. LAKE PROPERTIES/. i fee of 10 roof\ the a selling-
The outgoing president of the
LATEX FLAT RESIDENTIALBUSINESSACREAGE"'. price. For more Information
club 1 Huntley Redfearn, Jr.,i In- For Boys Ranch i ; call
Int1or/Exterior trodlced Helen Wildt, president '" MOBILE HOME
For Plaster, Wallboard of the Llonellas, who pre- APPRAISALS BROKERSRT.
e> Masonry sented all jt her officers with The Clay Mavericks Saddle i 1 BOX 350 J

Fast effortless' painting a gift Millie Smith WIts then Club of Orange Park will sponsor Your Valuables Deserve A I K.y.ton.Hgts. 473-3254 MELROSE FLORIDA 32666
a Horse Frolic and Barbe- =
o Dry In loss than 1 hour" Installed as the new president. PHONE'
Selection of decorator Perfect attendance pins for cue on Saturday and Sunday. Edna Knoppor; Assoc.. !: 475-1751

colors the year were presented to the July 1-2, for benefit of tie SAFE DEPOSIT 473- 111
... following members by President Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch BOX j
mREGALWALL- Redfeam Dick Abies Jim and the Clay Maverick building -
4 ; ; fund. Safeguard documents and Martha Ourbin, Au.c.
Zowarka. Steve Shackleford, I other'I
GALLON : George Masse, Bill Smith, valuables I 473.3362
Leonard Jones Tom Bryant Admission Is tree to spectators against possible fire, TillS SPACE

I SATIN Marshall Donaldson, Lester and the public is in- and loss with a Safety Deposit box. BEAUTY
Benjamin SX&>, vited. The club Is located on I : SHOP FOR LEASE
: Sheets Charlie McClave and I
IATCX wrrsmoM FLAT PAINT Highway 21 (Blandlng: BouleI I
Our rental :
Moore i -.-....-- JoeWlldt.The vard) about four miles southof I rates are reasonable Neil'sBeauty

paints _,.oo bro h.mwh., .,. gavel and president's pin the Orange Park High : and the peace of mind divine. Sho BVTHE
pwman.hour lunooftl was then presented to Massa, School. Style
VillageHAUWAtE -,.fcniMi N"wwaw4. who In turn, presented Red- The program will start at t
.e HnoiUbH 111 inwt otoonmr_. foam with a two-year attendance 10 ..m.' on both days with so : ,Savings, Checking Accounts < "For aleveller YEAR

& a.r.ogCi-sa9 pin, and the Past Pre entry fee of(2 In most events. 4 Home and Personal Loans I

sident's pin. The club has a ride night : you"

AEW $6'5 Cuoata at the banquet Included each Saturday from 6 to 11:30 4 PHONE
CltyTER Moore : Mr. and Mrs. Charles p.m. This Is s family type : Phon.. 475-2211 1 \ t;

State Rd. 21 Just N. Rider, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rye. entertainment and attracts 4 K KEYSTONE STATE' BANK d 964-6305
Village Mr. and Mrs. Wally Muhlhofer. many young people as weD 4 Between K.ystone.; ?

Of City Limits Mr. and Mrs. James Wharton,' as adults. 4 k1Hemb.r F.D.I.C. ,Keystone Heights Fla. Heightsand '
"z 8WAII I 6ASMNi > am Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee. and This July Frolic will be the ,
Phone
473-36o3 ..w i M il |.M V I Ill I 1.1.1 I"+. Mrs. Erlde De. Donso, motherof 8th year that the Mavericks ::1"YOUI' Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Melrose
Keystone Heights r.lrhl ...._.N..do.Junc22,1972 President Massa, who Is have held a benefit show for I Community.

visiting from Philadelphia. Boys Ranch near Live Oaks. I <. :j


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I Fourth Of July Fund Zone RA Lake Geneva CHAPTER COMMUNITY OF i



(From Preceding Page) RezoningFrom Keystone seniors gathered
At
$1750 Mayor Reports at the lakeside

within ten days after one-half! ( Preceding Page) Iftc.IID lreee.dtug" TeI Dr. and Mrs. Lynn
on Swan Lake for a
Mayor Raymond Start*s reported ceiving a letter from D. M. the city; and to the purchase of said residents shall have
fellowship for
at last week's meeting Hedstorm 'ChIef, Flight Safety of five "no parking" signs at filed written objections to such be In excellent condition, low pa, Orlando Cocoa Ft. Lau- folk from neighboring,
of the Keystone Heights City; Division, Federal Aviation $3.73: each for use at the city; usage which can be substantiated In nutrients, and with slight derdale and Tallahassee will Mr .
Council that the fund for fln- Agency listing seven factors park and the side of the bank. on the round >that It Isa turbidity; be participating. No admission In president R.
anew Our Country Day on Approved two street nuisance. The raisins of fowler Dr. charge and everyone Is urged
tha Hedstrom considered to be lights Lackey said, however, ; of Melrose, as
July 4th has reached a total of for Park-of-ttie-Falms poultry for a profit" pro that lake to attend.
deficiencies at the Airport. one htbltedL. a could be "killed"In son by Vice President Mur-
$1,7511 with about !S25U more Hedstorm said that when a at each end of Maria Avenue. three generations, and poin- and his wife Ger
needed to meet the budget for Accepted an offer of$2.50 Home occupations will be permitted ted out that DUPLICATE BRIDGE
trouble
spot Inspection was mad of the starts when Is arranged this delightful
this annual celebration. percord for turkey oak at the only upon approval after the June 13 winners of duplicate
Airport on May 31: there was population, density; reaches ken Members provided bo
He predicted that t isyear'sgala ; Airport. public hearing or after written bridge at the Melrose Woman's
would exceed those of the no attendant on duty; defects -Noted receipt of a $4,500 waivers from all property; more than 2 1/2 people per Club were: 1st, Mrs.W.H. Bart- covered members dishes. Joined
past In color and excitementand were noted In tile doors of the Insurance payment for damage owners within 200 ft.' of the acre. lett, Mrs. F. G. Meirlck; 2nd. the day new that Mrs.Chris-
would attract thousands to new hanger and some undesirable to the new Airport hanger premises are filed with Zoning Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pierce; 3rd. the treasurer
Keystone Heights for the day. growth was noted on from wind storm. Commission. Morgan said it had been pro Mrs. Roland Bryan, Mrs. C. V. a ,with her ,
In other business, the Coun- the runways. He also mentionedthe .-Heard Chairman Everett Private boat pier or slip for jected that the Keystone Heightsarea Horne busy duties.
attended from Wal-
cil adopted a resolution plac- bad condition of the old Fox staJe.lf1at a called meetIng the use of occupants or principal will double in population
ing the city; In compliance with hanger, and several other Items would be held with residential structures of by; 1980. FIRE DEPT. NEWS Heights, Lake
soon a
Just Hwathoroe, and
which he said affect the the abutting lot saidpier ,
state requirements for parti- sewer engineer concerning a ; provided The Keystone Heights Volunteer .
cipating In the new Florida safety; or reflect an unkeptcon- >> or slip does not Interfere It was announced that the com- Fire Department held Its sit
proposed system for the city.; ily, I officers for 1972 are:
mittee would
dition at the Airport. with navigation. need about $600 to
revenue sharing monthly business
prgram.Starnoa meeting
Cave Street Chairman Livingston on
R.F Simmons, Vice
said the city will The charges brought quick finance the rezoning effort and June 6.Jverett.
get an Increase of about$1,000 response from Councilman Roy 25 tons permission of to purchase Uses not permitted: after the meeting a large num- :: Fox reported the fireworks Murray Slpprell;Se-
under the plan during the fiscal Watkins, who was appointed Air "patch cold mix concrete to The commercial raising ol ber of person s made contri- for Our Country Day pro are Edward Longnecker,
year, 1972-73, but recom- port Chairman at this meeting perton.holes". at a cost. of$1Q/ fowl, animals, or reptiles. butions. gram had been ordered and ; area'Crawford:Treasurer;;
mended that the city; go ahead to fill the vacancy Huntley Denied The breddlng and raising of Bruce McRae, Huntley Redfearn rick Christine Directors; of
a request from Mr. Fe. are
and comply with requirements. resignation of any Insects or animals other The meeting was attended by and Fox were appointed to take :
He read a letter from State foam Jr.Mayor Starnes turned and street Mrs. S.A. Shivers for a than customary pets. Floyd Cnann Clay County Zoning care of the display. : Gunn W E.W. Revels,
Senator Bob Saunders who said the letter over to Watkins for light on Nightengale bet- Commerical boat piers or Board administrator, who McRae reported the Four of the Mrs. Ethel Welch,
that the revenue sharing act reply. ween the Lions Club and Mallard's slips for docking of private answered technical questions Mr. ; Mrs. Wadle Carter,
A residence. Clubs would play for the FIman's Helen! V. Egan of
was slanted In favor or the request from Mrs. Boa watercraft. concerning the various classi-
metropolitan areas and that Cooper, a member of the Clay Heard Mayor Starnes report fications. He said that three Ball on August 26. Heights and sire
he, therefore, had opposed It. County; Library Board, for an that there were 20 arrests for The parking of commercial local members of the board First Aid Officer Tommy .
On a per capita basis, cities Increase In the city's; donation traffic violations Inthe city; vehicles In excess of one ton Tracy Baker Roy Watkins, and Tyer reported 10 ambulance ville, Sipprell Is chairman
under 2,000 population will receive to the library fund from $1OCO during May. but no felonies In any part of the front or side Jim Wharton, had been appoin- calls and one fire call during Telephone Committee
1.0 per person, while to $1,200 was denied due to the or crimes serious enough to yard. ted as a special committee to May. Coming events of the Fire appointed the following
be
cities of over 50,000() popula- tight money situation. The reported to Tallahassee. House trailers or mobile make recommendations for Department are: Training night be advise members of
tion received 1,791 per person Council approved the$ .noo fund In regard to the question of homes. zoning changes In Keystonearea. June 10, 6 p.m. Work Detail Mr. programs and meet-
Saunders pointed out. for another year, howeverand occupational license fees, Ed O'Brlan's) July 12, I p.m. of : Thelma Preston,
It was estimated that Key- the opinion was expressedthat Starnes said they were appar- Lot and building requirements Business Meeting, July 11, 7:30: the Sashoff Mrs.
stone Heights would receive ently frozen by a new state law The principal buildings, accessory Gnann said the final decision P.m. Training July 25, 6 p.m. TenEyck, and Mrs. He
about $30.000 under the new this was a fair amount fora as of October 1971. buildings, and other on the Lake Geneva rezoning Second "Stuffing Night" August .
act, distributed on a 12 month town the size of Keystone lot uses shall be located .so would be made by the Boardon 4, 7 p.m. memberships exceed
basis.In Heights. as to comply with the follow- the basis of Ita' merits, the organization meet-
Councilman Gay Livingston tnlF renuirements PERSONALSMrs. COR .
order to comply with the noted that the vacancy causedby Wm. L. Beam Minimum lot : area, 20,000 and test."not as a "popularity; con Mae Batton 769 Erie next monthly chapter

requirements that no city pay the recent resignation of 1110 tt. Ave.. Jacksonville. a former In will be held at 11:30:
any police officer less than Redfearn has not been Oiled, Services Held Minimum lot width atbulldlnK Before the opposing group resident of Keystone would like story July 20 at the parish
$6,000 the Council, on recom- and said that former council- line. 80 ftMinimum left the meeting Bill Baker, verv MUCH to hear from old lowing Melrose. A covered
mendation by Starnes, voted man Ray Winans had indica- William L. Beam 72 of lot depth 100 ft. post master for the town of friends. Cards and notes would error: will be served.
to raise the salary of Patrol- ted he would fill out the unex- Keystone Heights, died Thursday Minimum front yard, 40 ft Lake Geneva, said he would ho much appreciated. 'Smith
man Jim Rye to $6,000 effective plred term If requested to dos In a Gainesville hospital Minimum side yard, abutting like for zoning to remain as Betty Gratzmiller. PIttsburg. Byrd CLUB
I I.A
July 1. after an extended Illness. A an Interior lot, 10 ft. It Is, and expressed his beliefIn Pa. is visiting her father, Ar- ty Melrose Homemakers
Sportsmen's request from Hub: the for Keystono The suggestion brought adverse native of Washington, .?'J.3.: Minimum side yard, abutting the right of persons who pre thur Coombs on Little Lake and taking a sum
a five- response from Watkins an Intersecting street, 25 ft. fer mobile homes to enjoy their Keystne. at the Is a mem-
year lease on the property; It who said that Wlnans when he was a retired electricianand Minimum rear yard, 25 ft. lake property; Just as much as Barbara Redfearn has Just Alachua County Ex
Is using at the Keystone Air- serving on the Council, had attended the Community Minimum setback from all lot those with more expensive con- returned from a visit with her Office of Gainesville,
port was approved with the Joined with two the membersIn Church of Keystone Heights. lines of accessory structures, ventional homes. He received a mother in Mlramar. Barbara's Interested In
stipulation that the annual fee voting In purchase cheap, brisk mother returned with of the
excluding fences, 10 ft. round! of applause. her for a program
be Increased from $250 to$300. Surviving are his wife Martha
used equipment that had given Maximum short visit.
per cent of lot
cov-
The Sportsmen had requestedthe the city lots of trouble and Hook Beam; one son William erage, 25 percent.Maxlnhum Attorney Prevatt replied, Mr.: & Mrs. Wally Muhlhofer : State Council Meet-
longer lease due to improve- M. Beam, both of Keystone, stating that the primary nicely.'c"
pur- be held June
poor on 27 at
proved economy. He said per cent of rear hosted a cook-out for their lit-
Heights and four
ments the club wishes to makeat ; grandchild of is
pose rezoning to limit
: in the Feltz Union
the Airport, Involving an expenditure he could not vote for Winans'appointment ren. yard coverage, 25 per cent population and that excluding tle league team and their families
of several thour and and the matter Minimum living area, 1,000 mobile homes Is Incidental. at the Muhlhofer home In and Home-
dollars. These would Include a was dropped.In Graveside Funeral Services sq, tt. Under present zoning, there Is Keystone Club Estates. June}10. A are Invited. Dr. Betty
modern other action the Council: Bill Nettles, manager and be the speaker, and
skeet will
a three- be held at 2.30
range : p.m. Saturday nothing to prevent propertyowners
; ble
--Accepted bid coaches will
dimensional archery a of $50 foe were awarded trophies be held follow-
and course, the old dump truck. i In Kearney, N.J. Local from cutting up their lots from the team as a mementoof to be lecture. Mrs. Eliza-
a planting for the
I benefit of wildlife.program Agreed to the purchase of of arrangements DeWitt C. were Jones In charge W. B. DawsonWilliam Into smaller..lots for resale, their time and energy spent Ahrano, home econo-
Mayor Starnes a mechanical mole for about Home of Funeral which could possibly triple population with the boys. come ha& Issued many
reported re- Keystone .
Heights.f'
$53 to clean out culverts In density around the lake, Mrs. Bess Grosberg has Just ings. aids for summer (ra-

-- .... B. Dawson Sr., 77. Prevatt said He likewise returned from a trip In the hour ( ; clothes, etc.
.. -- --t.-- -- of Keystone Heights died Sun received a round of applause.It Carolinas. day)
----f'-- day In a Jacksonville hospital Sympathy: Is extended to the
after a brief Illness. He was a. was also pointed out that Ben Mizell family on the death be
native of Jacksonville, and present occupants of mobile of his grandfather John Flem- ments JffiOlD71MK
moved to Keystone Heights In homes around the lake would be
1951. He was a member of the "grandfathered In" and would Merry Heeler has returned

t f't .. ,_ Episcopal Church. l not be affected by the zoning from trip to Washington, D. the .
He is survived'by two daughters change,'It was estimated by C., after chaperoning the at :

and four sons two' sisters, Tracy Baker' that there are 71 youth group .which i was sponsored :
and 13
grandchildren. mobile homes,and 171 conven- by Clay Electric Co-op.
r a
wi 1tA aM/La
Graveside '
r services were held tional homes
& at 11 around the Jake, Faculty; members of the Keystone Sheets
II ajn. Wednesday In Oak- Heights School were hon-

!i I ,: rnt, 3y lawn Cemetery Jacksonville, Lex Baker- said that since ored on June 14 with a lunch- trouble la that so
THEY'REra 'S I with Rev. Fred Ye rhes officiat- only five per cent of property eon at the home of Mr. and vely us are saying, 'The
around Geneva Is still undeveloped Mrs. George Richardson on is. : "
the rezoning would
-'" not have much Lake Geneva. The faculty;
effect.
Morgan June
. ing.Jacksonville agreed that It would not affect enjoyed boat rides around the
f fI the

ALL A IKqI i I would present prevent owners a piece but of said pro.pert' It mine those lake, and compliments Rlchardsons.of the Among llm- with In a : S.REALTOR E. MCKAY

with
being sold and something helping the luncheon or
a were: Pat Parsons Lou Mil rtti. 473-4816
I Business objectionable such as a ren- ler, Dot Rowe, Oloria J I dering plant, being erected on must
t < the lake. learn Madallne Crosier San- .
ACREAGES
<: >' ; '.\ : .... dy Eklund, Kitty McGlave Ma-
:. ... RENTALS .
:. : < Ot was learned by The Tele- rie ferns, Ann McLean,
'\ ) !' Directory .rraph yesterday that opponents Joanne Wvman. Janie Bryan,
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; } l \ of the RA rezoning have already and Carol Richardson. day M.lb II... 473-4740
: started circulating petitions Welcome home to Pat Homer as Ch..lnlon47J-4<
t t'. jJ t )" t asking that the strip around who underwent major surgery union f( ; Robln.oo* 'Cmrr! 47J-405S 471-1041
} 11 'Auto Sales and Service Lake Geneva be rezoned RC In St, Vincent's Hospital recen- family
...._ .- > instead. The proposed rezoning tly. Hope to see you out soon! local
Fairish Motors would affect the area extending Out of town guests for the
from the lake front back to the Cowart-Massa wedding were

t While You Are Young And Single, Put KALES nearest State Highway) Mrs.the brides'Michael relatives Monroe: Mr.Mr. and and the ville I

SERVICE Mrs. Alex De Fonso. both of

Part Of That Entertainment Money Into A TARTS VOLVO Zone RC Miami Massa; Mr.and and daughter Mrs. Holly Roy tha I|

Kay, New Port Rlchy Miss
Alwari ; her In I
SAVINGS ACCOUNT t Ml laera St.6014-UIId Pk. CaN:354-MJ4 (From Preceding Page ) Evelyn Mrs. Edlde Massa DeFonso, Camdln, N.Phil-J.; In |I

fowl animals! or reptiles. adelphia; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne '
Then When The Right One Gomes Along You'll AUTO ELECTRIC The breddlng( and raising of Croft and children of Tampa. unty j
Out of town guests on the
Insects grooms
t Have The Money To Buy Your Furnishings; Or As PSA YY Brothers any than customary or pets.animals other side were: Mr. and Mrs. yet.band j
t Donald B. Cowart Mrs. Rose
Ihdrk Commerical boat piers or chua \
Co.
A Down Payment On Your Home slips for docking of private Marie Fulcher and children. ment, j
Donna and Reed Gainesville.
Alternators Starters watercraft. 15. On (
Mrs. John :Martin's third

Open Your Savings Account Now AtFIRST Generators Regulators LOT AND BUILDING: RE- grade class enjoyed a swim Nancy tag 1 I j
and lunch at the home
AUTO party
t ---- TRUCK QL'IKEMENTS.: The principal

DIESEL buildings, accessory buildings, of Mrs. George Richardson gave
I FEDERALI 4044) Lenox Av. Jax. .and other lot uses shall be located June 8. Those assisting Mrs. .
so as to comply with the Ktcnarason were JacK tunder- Louis
367'lS28 followtng requirements: burk lifeguard Wanda Harrington In a County
Minimum lot for sin that
t PIANOS area Carol Beverly 1
gle-family residences: Hanks Shirley Larson body days
YAMAHA PIANOS With approved water and sewer Boney Brenda Carr, and Kathy he
Savings Deposited In First CONN and KIMBALLORGANS facilities, 7,500 sq. ft. Wharton. along
With approved septic tank Installation Kyle McMurtry Jr. hosteda
10,000 .. ft. welcome home party for
Federal Earn From t Without water and/or sewer Gail Christoffers on June 11

5-6 % connections Minimum lot 19,000 area sq.for ft. two- at the Christoffers home on If you can matchits

Lake Geneva. Boating siding,
Per Annum family residences: riding and barbecue
horseback
With Earnings Companded Quarterly With approved water and sewer chicken were enjoyed by all. S395 price
t facilities, 10,000 sq., ft. Guests attending the Paul- ,

Without water and/or sewer In Orlan-
Sunderland wedding
Passbook And Certificate SavingsIn connections, 25,000 sq ft. do on June 10 from Keystonewere you can't matchits
Minimum lot width at buildIng : Mr. and Mrs. Den Paler -
By Tire 10th Earn From The 1st KDl ALJ. "SWIMMER" line, 70 ft. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox features.
I ORGANS Minimum lot depth 100 ft. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sut-
.......1& JUUlfr.. Minimum front yard 25 ft. ton. Relatives of the Sunderlands' -
Minimum aIde yard, 10 ft. from the north : r!
We Pay State Intangible Tax On Savings Invested Here. Minimum rear yard 25 ft. Mrs. F. H. Dunn, Misses hire-

t' FURNITUREFURHITUXE Minimum setback from all lot dred and Ruth Sunderland WU-
t' lines of accessory structures mlngton, Del; and Mrs. Bart

Oir M M.wu...fl ttirit. Thurt. .... .. 3 p... excluding Maximum fences 10 ft. Moyer Pottatown, Pa. Bruce
cent of lot In the Sun-
coverage Alana stopped
irld., 1..... tikpr... f per and
g.... s....., AT DKUOUN1 30 per cent. derland home on their way J
Complete Maximum per cent of rear home in Tallahassee.

FIRST FEDERAL Household yard coverage, 30 per cent. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ottin-
returnd home froma
ger has

tD1i! iJiLJJL1OiJJ1Lb! Savings and Loan Association of rket Furnl Up thing To 40% Savings mother visit, with Mrs.Mrs Whbu.ur Ottinger's. VICTOR SERIES zoo

tl.ik. fWfiiliTtLCFHONt nett, of Greenfield Mass. They ELECTRONIC CALCULATORS
M4-SOOO BmrJey Choir Co. r { also visited their son, Mr. and Call;: Us For A Free Demonstration, Or Far A Free
William OttInger of '
L: ';'f he.tree 01 Sarol s'r s w. MADISON ST. J 648 Castett 1 Block NATIONAL Mrs.Clrclevllle Ohio. .Tlolln) Your Office.

From 1.10 ) CONVENTION Mrs. Glenn Stanton and BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHJune
Jacksonville.339.1741 children of Roselawn. Ind. are I


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for\ all! ClflCKEII PECK.. 9 Pieces $$2.55 :, ____________________________________________________________ _
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I Hearth-Glow Brick 9649972STARKEIS {' LA-Z-BOY on _Most Complete Line Of Paints In Area CAR.- ________________________
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Slade 'Air S Savings' and loin Allocution' ;' of Star''>:: ; ________ _, g t -
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109 East.. Call St. Phon. 9S4-52II _____________________ Residential Commercial
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f.:Hot, weather,... ', can, cause d population eiptusson, ) ,;; ot'oac'l, ','i\" _________________________________________________ $$1000 WEEKLY CO TEST RULES ________CALL,________ 10 Grader* ffho Witt.'II Be In The nth Grade Next Year ,"..ts. ,..1". .I....S S S U S S.ru.//.I'"/ .
:.. n a)home where very., few have. been seen. Before,,roac"'t'"' '. '.'" RINGS AND' PINS' I I Your class,ring i I.now on display in out store.,"' In only.a month.you 24 HOUR
: damage foodstuffs' clothing'''' and create' unsanitary con. ;; [ MOTHERS 964-6061 I .
?.. ditiont," in your, home. and furniture' coil, FPC., Gel, the '... On j All }Mobile. Homes CLIP THE SILHOUETTES ANO'1,.':1 :, MERCHANTS" S YOU I_________________________________ eonbeweannglh.rao.I'eepected.ymbolo'your.. academic achievemenl. .. -:::
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fineit pest control' service" available. Scientific' V ..
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I "trol under the direction' of a graduate entomologist.' <;'" : Our rings am custom''.created' by John Robert..'the maker,of the"Worlds 2' Wrecker }
".-'ut Pete Peters FIRST THREE PERSONS PRESENT THE PROPER SILHOUETTE TO .. .. : ? : :
SEE Vernon Fn..tla..R.ngl.: You 'to :
I. \ C or Billy:, A MERCHANT WILL RECEIVE..E.'.". CERTIFICATES IN VARYING WEiLS' '. reflect your personality. may design your ring your own lastejp' .. .::
.;..\. etIL st CUFF AMOUNTS SUBJECT TO THE:W fcRETION OF THE .... .
FREE INSPECTION <&V ESTIMATES INDIVIDUAL Service
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O.IDA '.-tP.-!-.- TIFRS B\ ;ND TAGS 1\ L and 01)f The MERCHANTS. EMPLOYEES OF''PAJKICIPATINC STORES ARE NOT ELECTRIC SERVICE' Ctme i In Note. And(Order} Your Clan Ring"' : ... Jfv
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.mIST. RONSON:' ZIITO COL.IBRI ELIGIBLE THEIR OWN STORE --BUT MAY PLAY THE At"
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ONaOL, LIGHTERS(; Douhlewides CONTEST BE INS S EACH WEEK AT 1 P.M. Established 1949
I .9 964-5745 SPKIDKL: ) .. PRINCE' : GARDNER,\ THURSDAY. NO PHONE CALLS.. LL-RULES: MUST BE. STRICTLY WlLLIAJEWELRY<<'
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A QISMICAL CO. OBSERVED.(COPYRIGHT"" )V.U..,IN> .'A. P. 0. Box 607 700 North. Thompson Street. .'
I I- Watch A nd Jewelry Repairing Largest. .. Doublewide' Dealer' .,In Tb. State. Of Fla. HIGHWAYS 301 I & 100
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I r .''U l I F-- :a ---- I donor; America Dl I I



; a
t ;,
the debates on the declaration
This Is the 'war the southwest SIGNERS OF THEDECLARATION took place. But after the
comer of Call and Thompson declaration was finally approved
Streets looked at one time, York
New Congress
Morris- by ,
18th signer-Lewis
with a ramshackle tin buildIng -
housing a In New York education; Yale; he signed the document laterIn
the foreground. Next to the occupation, land owner; age of the year,
fish market was Sparkman's signing, 59, age of death 71,

saloon, about where Leila's memberof During the war, Morris'srich
Dress Shop Is now located Lewis Morris was a estates were plunderedand
k V the wealty} landowning aristocracy burned by the British, and
.. of New York His after Independence was won he
UL
.t 7 grandfather had been the first'royal
his
devoted most of time to
".
New Jersey,
of
governor Tall handsomeand
restoring them. ,
it's e,1r'tsa6'll
and Lewis Inherited a large
courtly In manner, Morriswas
called "Morrlsanla" In
estate
Our editorial. j- Westchester County. He mar- also brave and generousIn
and showed the
t ried the aristocraticand spirit, best
wealthy Mary Walton. qualities of the colonial arist-
ocrat. 'here can be no doubt

Point f view By Martha Sue McCain M1 Morris was sent as a delegate Morris that the name association did much with to add the
I Extension to the second continental congress -
County
f1 In 1775. In June of prestige to the colonial cause.
Home Economic: Agent ji 1776 he was recalled to West- He' died at the age of 71 and
Chester County; to take command was burled with military honorsat
CORNI and the family eatate of "Morr-
of the militia there, so "
guess you know the Silver was not in Fhllldelphla when, lsanla.
Queen Is In and< oil, It 1 Ie
better than ever. I think It

Old Fashioned Togetherness gets some better- If that's everyttme possible.I have It 50 4-H Members To Leave

Is really hard to decide when I
Is the best time to live In Monday For Cherry Lakesports

This Fourth of July will mark the Recreation and sports are plannedfor Bradford County with all the I

196th anniversary of the founding of all ages starting at 2:30: P.m. goodies we have available. L Over 50 Bradford County 4- and a free swimming
our nation. As we celebrate this his- H members will leave the period under the supervision
July 4 and continuing through the fire-
When you are selecting of a qualified life guard. 4-
your
in Starkeat
toric date, the nation is faced with works display. CIvic organizations have corn look for bright green Agriculture noon Monday.Building June 26. for a H'ers swim under the "buddy\

its greatest challenge: a fast grow- raised almost $1,000 to pay for the "snug" husks. Even rows and week of activity at Cherry Lake system" where each member
ing population restless youth impa- celebration. Not a single business has tender milky kernels. The 4-H Camp near Madison. Is' responsible for the safety;
tient for fulfillment of our na- been asked for a donation. There will secret Is to use It quickly and 2\t\ Ay'' of at least one other member.
tion's Ideals of and to keep corn cold from fieldto According to County; Agent Evening programs will Include -
equality man, the be a chicken dinner, a softball game, fire. When you do get com Bobby Taylor,4-H Camp Is the a costumo contest, talent
sapping of our country's moral strength a horse show, a bigger fireworks dis- fresh from the field, cut the highlight of a successful 4-H show, and skits by each cabinto
through Increased crime, drug abuse play, and an old-fashioned square<< stalk off ,close to the base, year for members. To attend carry out the camp theme
and poverty. dance. store corn In husk or remove camp, the members must com- of'Clrcus At Lake".
husk and< wrap In plastic film. V ( plete a project, turn In a record The highlight scamp will be
Communities Do keep cold and motet book, and attend and participate a candle light ceremony on
throughout the nationare
The idea behind this day Is not to Thursday evening.
In club activities
declaring this Independence Dayas raise money. No charge will be madeto Naturally It Is at Its "mouth throughout the year.While' 4-H members will return to
a day to "Honor America" In an participate In any event. The con- watering" best when pickedat at Camp 4-H members the Agriculture Building In

effort to encourage an expression of sensus among those working so hardto peak of maturity; and will attend morning, classes In Starke at 5 p.m. Friday Juno
Honor America
appreciation for the blessings and make this day a success, is that cooked and served Immediate swimming, crafts, conser- 30.For more information about

greatness of our country. July 4 Is a day to honor America.It ly. No other vegetable loses vation, safety; recreation and your Bradford County; 4-H pro-

Its delicious flavor so Contest On TapLisa folk games. Afternoon will be gram, call or come by your
Realizing the importance of restor- Is a day that should be set aside quickly as does corn after devoted to cabin and camp County Agents Office on
ing honor, Americanism, togetherness, picking. Natural corn sugar council meeting,recreation and North 30
and patriotism Into Fourth of for parades, shows, games, and sports, starts turning to starch very __ ._ ..._..........,d- -.--- _....
our July, bringing a togetherness of people Lawson and Kevin Johns are the reigning king d -
soon after picking and this loss
the Woman's Club of Starke in 1971, and queen of Bradford County's first annual 0971) July n
'and restoring honor to our country.It Increases with warm tempera-
sponsored an old-fashioned Fourth of tures. The Sliver Queen variety 4 Honor America Day celebration, but they shortly will t + r ,
have to give up their crowns to other youngsters bet- j
July celebration. All groups, clubs, is a' day to thank God for putting rats sugar to converts starch then at a slower other- ween the ages of four and six.

organizations, and Individuals In us, In the United States of America varieties. There are other varieties -
I Bradford County were invited to Join 10 live our lives. America Is still a of course and some There is only one week left for boys and girls four
j together in a day of fun. "Viand of plenty, where a man willing people say they actually. preferthe to six to enter the 1972 Honor! America Day contest.

I ,to.'work and learn can earn his bread yellow com.FREEZING Deadline for entering the contest Is next Wednesday,
A tradition was started which we" ,'and shelter and more. It Is a place June 28. For Information contact Mrs. Linda Johns, chair-
SWEET CORN man of the contest, phone 964-6097.
\ hope will grow in our county and coun- where the people still can control ON: THE COBAlthough

the government Instead of the other frozen com on the The reigning King and Queen, Mrs. Johns points out,
try.A way around. cob takes up a great deal of have had an enjoyable year participating in the Fourth
severe thunder storm kept many space In the freezer, you may of July Parade, Homecoming Parade, and Christmas Parade -
from taking part In the 1971 Indepen- Our freedom Is still as precious as cc:2lir such space well used. In addition, the new king and queen will assist
In the u'
dence Day celebration, but2OOOturned It was to our Founding Fathers, those If so, husk, silk, trim, wash Contest crowning and the Strawberry of the new Beauty Miss; Pageant.Bradford scholarship

out that night for the fireworks dis brave men who signed the Constitution, and Heat sort In ears! according to size.
boiling water; small
play. often at great personal cost. We may ear, 5 minutes, larger ears, In addition, the 1972 Honor America Day celebrationIs
never have as much courage; we can 7 minutes Cool In Ice.water. expected to include a full day of games and activities .
Planning was started immediately"1'11 >$'''well'never W fcs ''severely1 test-; 'and drain.Package: in ft olllUk-I for all ages The July 4 fireworks'display is ex" .
celebration IvaporprgoQ""contalnen"'l-.ad pected to be bigger than last ybtl1'sngflfetFlabout' '' -.,
on a for 1972, now just t--edtBat'wetcan eertainlyltake1Umetonr" : Jt I .Otld'IWo

) days away. So far, every group over honor our heritage to honor America. freeze immediately persons sky lit turned out after a heavy rain to>See the night Brooker ,111 "

I the county has shown enthuslam In the up. Boy

1972 Honor America Day, as the CREAM STYLE
A Woman's Club has decided to call It should be a good day for Bradford Husk, silk trim and wash SSBW m SBSSB SB W "SaW" BB a w amW BP* Has Nashville SoundDavid

; this year's celebration. County. scrape.com Cut To kernel 2 cups Ups of corn add and County News' -l
Agent
one-half cup hot water. Boll 3 Stalnaker, 18, a 1972 graduate has signed a con-
minute., stirring constantly to tract with the G. W. S. recording Corporation In Nashville -
I Thousand Will Drown keep from sticking.Chill over By Bobby L. Taylor to make a record singing Country and Western mu-
Eight chipped, Ice. Pack and freeze sic.David

Immediately homw grown Heavy rains and flooding con- Important to start your control Is backed by A. B. Adams and flys to Nashville
roasting' ear varieties such as't'rucker's Tenn. to make his first record June
ditions are hurting most all program early. Call or come 24. The record Is expected -
More than 100 million Americans the people who drown each year fall favorite are espec crops at this writing. We by your County; Agent's Officein to be released In about six weeks.
are taking to the water now for a Into the water accidentally, and panic In lally the good milk this stage.WHOLECHAIN way. If prepared won't know the extent of damage Starke if you have a plant David Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stalnaker of

summer of swimming, boating, surf- because they do not know how to hand- until the rains all over disease or Insect problem. Brooker.!

Ing, skiing, and fishing. There Is no le themselves properly. and the hot sun begins to scald -
II"' CORN the plants. Not many crops
more wholesome recreation than that
Husk are hardy\ enough to stand the
remove silk trim
provided by our lakes, rivers and Parents should remember that Inflatable and wash. Scald In boiling water amount of water that has fallen ,
streams, and ocean beaches. toys are Just that -- toys for 5 minutes. Chill cut the first of this week. i 7
not life Jackets. Never swim alone, from the cob. Pack Into mols- t

The sad part of this picture, however and avoid swimming near. diving lure-vapor-proof containers Tobacco is the field crop
Is that almost eight thousand \ boards and pier areas. If you get ind chill ImmediatelyThe that will be hardest hit. Pro-

of these summer sun and fun seek-'' a cramp, do not panic. Fear causes bably more poundage and quality
whole grain and Is
cream lost to
ers will drown before the summer! many deaths. Keep calm. try to style corn may be dropped our area than excess all diseasesand waterIn

Is over. Seven have already drownedIn .float or tread water, and call for Into boiling, salted water while Insects put together. Corn

this immediate area, with the summer help. Swimming when overheated or still frozen, and cooked until yield will also be hurt. In
hardly started. 'wertired Is as dangerous as swim- tender. Partially thaw corn- addition, when the soli is loosened
ming after a heavy meal. Walt at on-the-cob before cooking, so around roots, wind oiows
that the cob will be heated the stalks down
corn and< lodging -
Tragically, some young people, and' 'l least an hour before hitting the wa- through by the time the corn occurs. This causes a lot
adults too, Just do not use common ) r. Is cooked. Holding corn after of the corn to rot In the
sense when In or near the water.1 thawing or cooking causes sog- field and< makes harvest diffi

On pleasure bent, they think only Parents should also arrange for glness. cult.

of the fun and relaxation provided their non-swimming children to take For
more Information
on ..
Vegetables also suffer -,
and forget the danger. advantage of the swimming instruc- CORN
ever-present please call his office peclally: cucumbers, peppers,
tion offered by schools In this area, at 964-6554 for Bulletin "Us tomatoes, and squash. In addition -

Most people realize they should check and the annual Rotary-YMCA program lOa Florida" Vegetables Sweet to wilt and sun scald of

for submerged objects before diving,: 'that has taught hundreds of youngsters the plants, fruit picks up excess If you're old enough to want
.to swim at Keystone Heights each water and quality Is poor
and should not eat Immediately before Most any way you fix It Is
Maybe most freezers were almost -
swimming, but when friends urge themto summer for many years. good but do not over cook full before our recent your own telephone
Join In a round of water sports, drop corn on the cob In boiling rains. ,
they tend to forget about warnings,. A season of fun lies ahead for the water (without salt) depending you're old enough to want

and take fatal chances. cautions, but don't let your enthusiasmcause on size of ears and maturity; June Is the time of year
and cook 4 _
to 8
you to forget the safety; rules. from water minutes and good eat re that many of our 4-H members your own typewriter.There :
'
look forward Over SO
to.
Common sense tells us that anyone Don't be one 01 the eight thousand who move members will be In camp next

going near the water should know how will be victimized this summer by neglecting week. Members are also

to swim, and yet more than half of to obey the water safety; rules. DartidDating: In other activities when all"comes of a sudden time In privacy your life of the And work somehow you have you111ind to do wanting The your mere own act of typewriter.asking
FAMILY such as the Dlatrlct 4-H Horses really"un"" yourself doing it. aomelhingahoutwhuruyour. says
tEUNION, JUNE 25 show at Umatllla Saturday.Ten You need to be atone.In And doing it faaterheall"at. ,
The family of Robert H. of our 4-H Horse Club your own place. 'because with say.electric Which eouldeven go( a'long
and Lucretia A. Green will members will be riding in this With your own things. portable even a beginner can waytowanlgetting you that
You want your conversations Ret to type twice aa fast as telephone.
,', hold their annual reunion on show. with your friends to be just writing by hand. At the veryleeetyour
Sunday. June 25, at the New that-not a family lathering. Other things can happen own extension.
The Bradford County River Baptist Church, located Our Vocational Agriculture We understand.Which too.Like spelling can improve. Just rememherwhen. you're
; off State Road 235 between FFA brings us to your Because a typed word thats asking,who reminded you
Leaders and Advisors ffmgf
l took
typewriter. misspelled misspelled,and to ask
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED 1 Highway 100 and Brooker. All Paul Hutchlns, David Smith and YOIII'own typewriter just asks to be corrected.
i members of the family and Harvey Smith are ,Justly proudof aays you're pttln".rious. Youll find your creative
1879FLORIDAVERESSio ffehlBiW friends are invited to attend. the accomplishments of our land better be leftdonelt thoughts won't slip away from
After all,when people hear you,because atypewnterreally'theta
local members at the recent
,
-" of a typewriter Iietenstoyouactuallyacceptathey '
State Convention at Daytona figure you're Into something every idea aa fast as it comes up.
MIM.Iq Behold I mk all thins NEW-CORPORATION Beach. AU the awards and important and automatically And then little miracle
CHARTERED HERE accomplishments are too numerous steer away from you. called Organization can occur.

;,; new.-(Ret. 21:5) -
eeeideewhenyourowe When that
happens
The office of Secretary of you can get
State to mention here, but It typewriter sitting there, feeling of confidence you
has announced the chartering Is rewarding to me to sea it has a way(ia neater way than won't believe.
S OiT i : Now Is the perfect Urn to of the follofflg corporation youth .xcell and achieve In their anyone else)of reminding you So drop a hint or two about SMITH'CORONA.
begin a new life. Old patterns In Bradford County; Pro endeavors. l'm.un all of us
/- \JON" of thought and feeling lose ject Analysts. Inc. Associated are proud of our FFA Program See Them At
their grip on us a* we realize Southern anBrook at BUS.
that It Is never too late to be- Highway' U r..
We and Authrptzed_ stock] GOO share
fin again. rejoice
E.L. Would like to mention again
MATTHEWS Editor Pubheh.r
give thanks. With.courage common at $L Dealing Ins THE TELEGRAPH
Published that weather conditions thisyear
e och Thursday and entered, Second Any lawful
a
and strength we move forward business.Incorpora
haw been Ideal for Insects -
Class Matter at the P.. Ottic ) Stock
f a Florida whole lions; Ted D. Birfuun. In-
Into a new way and diseases of crop,
under Act
of March 3rd 1879
; of life. We leave behind antholl.t ; lawn and ornamentals. Keep
csinarhl.'Fl PiimiJr. AUTHORIZED
Subscription In.trod 1 5.00 Outeid.fr.a. SMITH CORONA
area: year, ; .of yesterdays ap- a close watch for all pests on DEALERlJ
area: 1 yor, $5.50. pearances. We stand free In O.31.Box by W.E. Bl h m. Po. your plants. ::To control m-
this moment of Truth. OS, Brooker. Fla. sects and .disease, It Is very'

Page 16 Telegraph June 22, 1912.






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Pine Level Mrs.. Thelma Hall]1 Set New Minister

: Open HouseThe Installed By
ri Bible School Mrs. Thelma Hall. 73, of
Starke died Monday In Brad- PresbyteriansErik
ford County Hospital after an public 1s Invited to meet
Opens Fri. the Mormons.
extended Illness. She was born : at an open house
In Jasper on Oct. 14, 189B. and this Friday June 29. at the T. Johnson was Installed -
Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- as minister of the
1972 Vacation Bible School was the daughter of the late
ter
Day Saints Starke Branch. First Presbyterian Church In
will.begin at the Pine Level Claude and Jessie Altaian Holt- 1404 Bessent Road. Starke at an evening service
Baptist Church on Monday night zendorf. She was a memberof The theme will center round last Sunday
--- ----
June 26, and closes Friday.night the First Baptist Churchof the Book of Mormon an ancient:
FIRST BAPTIST June 30. Starke. record. This record will be The Rev. Leslie Tucker of
CHURCH LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST/ AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH' 'HAMPTON BAPTIST Surviving are her husband discussed In detail with trans- the First Presbyterian Church.
STARKE
CHURCH Sunday School 9:45 a.m.lltor- CHURCH The study of the bible will Ben F. Hall; one daughter, Mrs. lites and picture Gainesville. delivered the Installation -
Sunday School 9:45: Morning a.1n.tj'Morm.!! Sid Shuford one son. Jack Hall/,
Sunday School 10 be each evening from 7 to 9 other
Sunday School 10 ning sermon mem
Worship at 11, sermon "Hith Ing Worship II a.m.a Evening Worship 7ppma Wednesday big Service U a.m.; Bible t Study* The public is Invited to attend. all of Starke; two brothers, ben of the Commission from
erto -- Receptionfor Ben Holtzendorf of Starke, and
H.nc.rorthv/ 6:30 Evening Service. 7:30\: The church will trans- Suwannee Included
the
Prayer p.m.; arrange Presbytery -
ReV .A. Hogan.. Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Meeting and Bible Study. Wilmer Holtzendorf Lake Geneva *
7 PJn. portation If needed. : the Rev Mr*. Betty
Boolfof
Everyone welcome.Rev. p.m. Study on Pjalms. ;
p.m. and four
-5 grandchildren.
3:30 Church
: Training. C.F. Wednesday Prayer and ; A lather of jour daughtersx1gbe Blanton Jacksonville Dr.
Robert Haisten pastor Prevatt pastor Everyone ;
6:15t: ; Evening Worship 7:30. W,lc''nu( Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Funeral services were held // that it in. getting to ,the,, James R. Neale; Moire..;Mill
sermon "The Abundant Life.'* CHURCH OF GOD Melvln..Hamel. Pastor CHURCH OF CHRISTAT at Memorial 2 p.m. Chapel Wednesday with In Rev.Jones W. duarccf cost alnioft at much.CM Lillian Stump Starke; Dr. Robert
Monday Bell Choir
Practice
6:151; Youth Choir Practice 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. MELROSE A. Hogan officiating. Intermentwas (the uerfdlnpi. H. Biggs. Grlnesvllle; and
LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL Robert
Stanley Jacksonville
Sunday School 10 a.m. Mom- Schedule of Services
7 P.m. : in Crosby Lake Cemetery e e
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday HOLINESS CHURCH BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Bible Study 10
.TuesdayBell Choir Practice a.m. under direction of DeWitt C. Mr.
Johnson who born
2 p.m.; Youth Musicians Evening, 7 p.m. Youth Night Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Sunday School 10 aon. Morn- Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- Jones Funeral Home. In Baltimore Md., Is was a graduate -
Morning Worship 11 Youth
Choir, 2:45.Wednesday: Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Service 6 a.m. Ing Worship U a.m. Evening Ing Worship 7 p.m. one brother. Leon Sweat Fair- of Presbyterian College
Family Night Meeting-Rev. Y.Friday.W. Kldd 7:30 pastor p.m. ship 7 p.m.TUlsday.pjn. Evening Wor- Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer All other evenlngs-8 p.m. Willis F. Sweat banks, Alaska; and two sisters Clinton S.C. and receivedhis :
Supper 6 p.m. Prayer MeetIng Prayer Meeting 7:30 Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. tv.JynlaBrown.; Lake City; Master of Divinity from
: HAMPTON
.and R.A. Meeting 6:30: ; KINGSLEY -Rev. J.C. Saunders pastor CHRISTIAN and Mrs. Nettle Norsworthv. Union Theological Seminary
LAKE BAPTIST
Teachers and Officer's Meet- P.m.Rev.. WB. CHURCH Willis Franklin Sweat 37, Starke one hair sister, Mrs. Richmond Va. He was pastor
Chauncey
Ing 7:15. Church Choir Prac- Sunday School 9:30; Training pastor MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- of Route 2, Starke. died !Monday Gloria Creech' of Ft Lau- of an ecumenical work In Ararat
tice, 8p.m.W.A. union. 10:15: a.m.; Morning Worthip Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening In Shands Hospital,Gaines derdale. Va. for three years,involving
Hogan pastor II a.m. Evening Worship SMYRNA MISSIONARY School 11 a.m. Morning Wor- Worshp 7.-Jame.Shaw.pastor. ville. He was born In Bradford Funeral services were for Presbyterians and United
7:30: pjn..Prayer Meeting 7:30: BAPTIST CHURCH ship 6 p.m. Training Union County on April 3, 1935 the son 2 p.m. Thursday In Mount Zion MethodiMta.
MADISON STREET Wednesday. -Hev. S.C. Cuthbert 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser- 7 p.m. Evening Worship. of the late Levi! :Sweat. He was Primitive Baptist Church with The new minister Is mar
BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor Interim Pastor vices: Sunday School 10 a.m. Wednesday7:30 Prayer Ser a poultryman, and attended the Rev Maxle Wilkinson and Rev. ried to the former Nancy HicksMiller
Preaching 11 a.m.Training UnIon The qucstron i it not whether''
Primitive Baptist Church.
Lorenzo Grlffls of West Palm Beach
9:45 Sunday Morning- Sunday Worship.School 11, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 5:43: p.m. Evening Worship vices.Rev.. Bob Cooper, pastor much 11'>* want clean, air but how Surviving Is his wife, Betty will be In officiating.Swift Creek Interment and has two daughters, Jennie
; !; 7 Everyone welcome. of it we art willing to
Church Training 6:15: : WMI5 Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. p.m.-Wilbur Pastor fay for. Jean Sweat; his mother Mrs. Cemetery with DeWitt C. 19 months and Rachel 5
Dyess
Prayer Circle: 7:15; Evening Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Erma Lee Knight of Starke; Jones Funeral Home In charge. months.
Fellowship 6 Choir Practice -
Worship 7:30. i..m. CHURCH OF GOD
MondayYouth Choir. Practice Wednesday 8 p.m. OF PROPHECY, BROOKER
7 p.m.Wednesday. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
S.S. Teacher's GRACE BAPTIST Worship II a.m. Young Peo-
Officers Meeting. 6:30 CHURCHSfARKE ple's Service 6 p.m. Evangelistic -
Prayer Meeting and P VBS, Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Service, 7 p.m. Wednesday -
Parent's Night. 7:30; Adult Ing Worship at 11. Training Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. 4
Choir Practice, 8:30.: union 6:30 p.m. Evening Wor- Come and worship with us.
--Denton Sumrall pastor ship 7:30. Wednesday Prayer -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor .
Meeting 7:30.Rev.. LeonT.
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH Odom. Jr. pastor. GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE 'H.
HIGHWAY S-100A STARKE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday '
The facts'
Ing Worship, 11; Training Union Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn School 9:30: ; Morning Worship
7: Evening Worship 8. Wed- ing Worship 11 am.; Evening 11; League 4 pan. Night Service -
nesday Prayer Meeting 7:30.: Worship 7 pjn. Wednesday 6 p.m.-Rev. Jasper Williams
Rev. Leon T. Odom Jr.,pas Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, pastor
tor. 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet-
ing every Monday. 7 pjn.G.F. FIRST UNITED METHODIST
STARKE CHURCHOF Prevail pastor. Everyone STARKE about this summer'spower
CHRIST welcome. Sunday School, 9:45 Morning

Bible School 10 a.m. Wor- Worship MYF groups, 11.; Junior 6 p.m. and Senior

ship Services, 11 a.m. and PINE LEVEL BAPTIST Wednesday Youth Choir Re
6 p.m. Midweek Service, Wed Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn hearsal, 7 p.m. Prayer MeetIng -
nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible ing Worship 11 a.m. Pre Ser- 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Re-
Class Thursday 11 a.m.Church vices (Booster Band, Young JUM.'JC'a': '. :45.. situation
located one block west on SR People and Prayer Service); ::
Rev. George L.
16. 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Harper
-J.P.II. Bell. minister Midweek Service Wednesday
7:30 P.m. Rev John Strickland FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Pastor. Sunday Service:Sunday Sc1" oaf
METHODIST CHURCH 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 10.45 ajn. Evening Service 7:15
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- Highway 100 at Theressa) p.m. Youth Group Meeting Sun. .
vice 6 P.m. Evening Worship Sunday School 10 a.m. day 6:30: pjn. .f
7:30: p.m. Rev. Tommy L. I Ill- Morning Worship II a.m. -J.C. Brown minister
Hard pastor. Training Union 6:30 p.m.
Evening Worship '- 7:15 p.m. This summer, more than any other period in the 47 years we've been

FIRST Raiford ASSEMBLY Road;;; & Weldon OF GOD St. vices Wednesday-,7:30.Night p.m.Rev.Merle Prayer Ser ST.CHURCH MARY'S MACCLENNTT"CATHOLIC .h I !> .,,11'I( i' I ''Ii ;,;ti. serving: Florida. ; curability to supply your need electricity during .1.' I' "'/w"i'.: '.' ."

Sunday School l ,ffi. Morn- Packham;pastor.STVlSARK'S Sunday. Mass,..l2.noon.Holy t..r .null :-?... u'" M's'w' pwiocte'Of'peafc'demand' :' is going'to be'putntth, the most e\iet'efest.t-f'' '' 'v< n ,sCftt\ ( wv hnl1- .; nc
Ing Worship 11. Sunday Evening Day Mass, 5:30 p.m. '- _' .",r.ll.. ", .''I J
,
7-Charles p.m. Thursday Thomas night, pastor 7:30. : EPISCOPAL By conserving electricity during these periods of heaviest consumption "

CHURCH. STARKE LAURA BAPTIST you'll/ benefit by economizing. At the same time you'll/ be helping
EVERGREEN BAPTIST Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd Sunday School 9:45 Morning
CHURCH Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning Worship II a.m. Evening. avert the inconvenience of a power shortage.
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Prayer 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday Worship 7:30 p.m. Midweek BIble .
Ing Worship at 11 ajn. Sunday II a.m. Church School 9:45 .Study Wednesday, 7:30: p. Why the power squeeze? First of all, people today are using more '

night Wednesday Service at 6:30.night prayer a.m.-John E.Y.C.M.6 Flynn P.m. Rector m.Be In church Sunday. electricity than ever. Plus, we're serving more people like yourself every 'I' '{

meeting at 7:30.: Lester Austin,.pastor week. During the 12 months ending in March we added over 2,000 "
Cecil E. Crawford Sr. Pas-
tor. BAYLESS BAPTIST customers every week. I In fact FPL is adding more new electric customers .
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF .
ship Service 11 a.m. Church LATTER DAY SAINTS than any other utility in the nation. :
ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Training, 6:30 p.m. Evening 1404 E. Bessent Road
CHURCHSTARKE Worship 730.: Family Home Evening- MonPrlmary So why didn't we plan ahead? Fact is, we did. Advance planning is an r'

Saturday Father James Mass,Cregan 7 p.m.Sunday pastor 7:30..m.WednesdayPrayer.. Meeting, day. -Tuesday 4:30 p.m. absolute necessity for an electric utility because it takes so many years '.

Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass Rev. J.D..Robinson WednesdayRelief Society: to design, finance and build power plants and other facilities to supply I '.

7 p.m.Confessions Saturday 6 7:30.ThursdayM.I.A.. 7:30 pjn. electric service. The need for increased electricity today was accurately '.;;'

NORTHSIDE BAPTIST SundayPriesthood,8:30: a.m. forecast by us years ago.
P.m.School of Religion: CHURCH Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. Evening

Grade School Sunday 11 Intersection of Highways 16 Meeting Branson.6 p.m.Sacrement.Branch In 1966 for example, we announced plans to add nuclear generatorsat >'j
a.m. to 12 noon. ,(OJorUO) and 225. Rev Wayne Jesse D.
High School -- Sunday 7 Wells, pastor. President. our Turkey Point plant south of M iami. The first of these units was .;\

".m. service Sunday at School 11. Evening 9:45.; Service Morning NEW RIVER BAPTIST scheduled for operation more than two years ago. But because of '>,

BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST 7:30. Wednesday Service 7:W Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- uncontrollable circumstances unpredictable problems and delays, .

Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- p.m. Ing Union Worship 7 p.m. Evening 11 a.m. Worship Training Turkey Point's nuclear generators today still are not in service
ship Service Church
11 a.m.
BAPTIST CHURCH
CALVARY
8 Wednesday Night ser
p.m.
Worship Training 7:30.6:30 p.m. EvenWednesday Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn vice 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome These nuclear units and other power plants under constructionjare; major

Prayer Meeting, 6:30.ing Worship Evening 11. Training Worship Union 7:30. Jim.Countryman pastor. items in our demanding expansion program-a program which is costingus

7:30: p.m.Rev. J.D. Robinson Rev. Jim Black Pastor about a million dollars a day for the next five years. .
I
JQRDAN MISSIONARY What's the outlook now?The power supply during this summer's peak

U.S.BAPTIST 301 North MISSION, behind Taltee periods is going to be extremely tight-even with the new generatingunits

Frees Drive In, Sunday we expect to have in service. But, without the Turkey Point nuclear :
Come Along To 'School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- ..
vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer unit, and with all other generating sources operational we will have only

Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes a razor-thin 5-1/2 percent power reserve capacity during the peak

VACATION BIBLE day.Leroy Olive, pastor E.L. demand periods in August and September. (An adequate reserve is

Crime, associate pastor. generally considered in our industry to be 15-20 percent.) And we face

SCHOOLBible BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH these slim reserves at a time when two national political conventions

BROOKER, FLA. ,.f are scheduled for Miami Beach. ;
Stories Films Singing Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun
day School, 10 a.m.Ron Bristol ...
Superintendent. Training Union How you can help. While we continue building facilities that promise
Show
Games Puppet 6:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas, Di. ; ,> future relief to the tight power situation we're asking you to please save

Fun Things To Do! m.rector., 7:30.Worship Midweek Services Prayer Service U a. ,,..1.> ,:, electricity during the times of peak demand. Between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. ,

7:30.: Lavern Outlaw mu-' ; That's when just about everybody-at the same time-uses lots of f power. '
sic director.
PLACE ,
: HEILBRONN BAPTIST ,c.-. ;v, Electricity can't be stored. I It t must be used the instant it is generated.

Pin Laval Baptist Church CHURCH HIGHWAY 9:45 16 N. f.,..' By conserving power during these decisive hours you can help assure "r. '
turn.
Sunday School I'!'
LOCATION: Morning Worship U. TrainingUnion ,'. that the demand doesn't exceed the supply. Otherwise there may not be

3 MI. West on Hwy.100DATE 6:30 7:30.: p.m.Midweek Evening, Prayer Service : enough electricity to go around.

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Service 7:30. .. I
: -Rev. J... Tommy Howe, pastor. And that's something we don't want to have happen any more than you

do. Despite the tight power squeeze, we hope there will be no problems

June 26 Thur 30TH CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS'. ", .. this summer. But you have a right to know the facts that could affect' your \

TIME CHURCH electric service. And to merit your confidence and cooperation, we
: 9:45 cm.
School :
P.M. To 9:00 P.M. Morning Sunday Worship 11 ".m. outs believe it is our responsibility to alert you to the outlook for the t ..

7:00 'Service 6 pjn) Evening Wor-, .. months ahead. .......

FREE TRANSPOHTIOMI.I. Ihlp Thursday 7 p.m. night Prayer.KeeU F 1 F=t2'.i .

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Everyone BROOKER

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./ RATES FOR SALE FOR cottages RENT-on KIngsley air-conditioned Lake.Call T The- ; .Is'" j
CLASSIFIED AD Navy.
EUxaheth Given:
J'
By Walker
New 3 bedroom home 533-2366 after ,
Deadline for Insertion Monday near 6. tfchgei..ar I.aw';;
5 P. m. preceding Thursday schools and shopping center. t Mower What's 1
DELL CHAPTER OES Texas through July 2. before publication. Low down payment,easy monthly 1
, The next meeting of Dell Rev. J. A. Glllyard will be the - payments Buford Mitchell, I j Happening 1
Chapter 168 will be held onJuly acting pastor for the first Sun- Minimum Charge $1.75 9646853. tfchg LEW'SWELDING I
ft, All I members are asked to day in July. All members are (Covers 15 words) Automotie t Starting Salaries From $2881,
I please be present and on timo. asked to do your duty; Each word over IS, 86! FOR SALEExpensive Ladles SHOPMspcrint I To 33360. Free Food, ,

; Plans are In the making for The Spring Rally will termi- -- Wigs only $1.00 plus wig styling ; t Repair I Free Housing, Free Clothing
Second Sunday In July. For
nate the cost. details write:
. activities to be given Plnas Jlo--
Interesting/ Free Health
Dental
& Core '
t. In the near future It Is Impor- their All captains beet.Greater. are asked to do FOR SALE: Sears Air Con Discounts Philadelphia' 1203 E. Chelten, tel US 301 8. Phone -ALL TYPES- ( 30 Days Paid Vacation A I

tant to have the cooperation of Bethlehem, F ditioner, 21,000 BTU,$220.Like 4tp 6/29 Pa. 19138. 964-8252 Year.Responsible.
all members.The help of every- Church, Rev. Jasper new One Hard wick 36" gas I T Jobs I II
Baptist Of PartsLICENSED Regular
' one Is askod for success. Each Mon- range, $150. Many extras. Like UTILITY. TRAILERS Complete Line
Williams pastor. UHF VHF, WANTEDTractor work mow- Promotions with Choices
One antenna, of.
new BUILT 1
CHURCH NEWS day night Choir No. 3 and and radio FM with wire and bigtoo discing. No Job too small CUSTOM MECHANIC I Schools, Location Of Duty.
ELECTRIC ,
Board No.3 meet. GAS AND
I Mt. Zion AMT, Church of Ushers standoff. $30. Phone 4311510.! large. Write James Lov- I And Travel. 1
' Lawtey, Rev. J, A. Glllyard, Tuesday night the Senior ett, Route 1 I. Box 170C, Starke WELDING BRAZING I
/ pastor. There will be a program Choir will meet. Thursday FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished Fla. 32091. 4tp 6/29 SHEET METAL Jack Eaves I 'In I
presented, Talent on night, Ladles Circle meeting. cottage. Also I bedroom TRAILER HITCHES I \INESVILLF.:
i Parade sponsored by Linwood Friday night, Prayer Band furnished W. H. L'OREAL guarantees their hair 1
apartment. INSTALLEDA
I Crawford, June 25, at 9 p.m. meeting. Saturday, dinners Nollman. tfchg. ,color to please at Koch's Shell Service ) .11''fllE
: Everyone Is Invited to attend will be sold from the kitchen. Drug. 4tchg 6/29 t j :NKU:\\ msromcK 1
Is Trustee Day. Sunday
. this great Spiritual Feast. Sunday WANTED: Experienced, accurate I .
And
School, at 9:30: Morning Ser- 372-6289;
;
j I All talent Is Invited to par- vice at 11 a.m. Dinner at 12:30.: typist.; Accurate spell- WANTEDUsed furniture r.- t Garage L.------.t
ticipate. ing. Hours flexible. Phone 533- washers.Oall Hole la Your Roof
League at 4 p.m. Evening: ser- frigerators,
Greater Allen AME 2381. Kingsley Lake. It. 435 MADISON ST.
Chapel vice, 6 p.m. Vacation Bible mer's Discount House tt/clig
Church, Rev. C. E. Jenkins, School will start June 26 from NEXT DOOR TO CITY POWER PLANT J I FOR SALE- 1970 Ford Country
pastor. Sunday School will begin 5 to 7 Admission free. LAKE GENEVA TRAILER sedan station wagon. Excellent
p.m.
1
WANTEDCable driven bull- A.
services! Sunday at 10 a.m. Pleasant Grove United Meth- PARK: Trailers for rent 2 ii"A{ condition Best offer over$2000
Morning service, 11 a.m. with odist Church Rev. Perkins bedroom $85 and up. Adults dozer operator. Ph. 9645606.Oiln's i takes It. Phone 458-1551. 4tPoIN
the youth In charge. Sunday pastor. Church School, 10 a.m. perferred. No pets or child- Mobile Home Sales. t j
marks the Third Phone 4733446. Itchg. Itchg WATER FRONT LOTS
Quarterly con ren. 't
with Leo DeSue superintendent. HAVE SEVERAL good black and '
ference. All boards askedto FOR SALE
are Church Services each first and white TV consoles for sale at STARKE
please make their reports. third Sunday 3 p.m. Prayer FOR RENT: Duplex Apt.,2 bed- /![510Ier J & J Roofing: Co. $10.00 month,Dahmer Discount. On Crosby Lake and' Crosby
i The Fellowship Hour will beheld Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet
Meeting each Wednesday, 8p.m. rooms, wall to wall carpets. 6/22. Business Opportunity Zoned
Stchg.
'I at 3 p.m. at Mt. Morlah BrowaVolkswagen I wide 8 feet deep) Located on
The 4th Friday night, July Good neighborhood. $125 per Phone 964-8088 or 4734735. Commercial Cor. Walnut 8-
Ii United Methodist Church. All 28, Usher Boards No. 1 and 2 mo. No children or pets. 630 301 South FOR RENT 5 room apartment. State Road 100, 3 miles West Brownlee St,
;: members are asked to please Hiway of Starke Fla. Ideal for vacation -
will celebrate their second annual W. Francis St. Inquire next Adults only. No pets.
cooperate with this effort. Fellowship anniversary at 8 p.m. door, or call Mrs. Teems,964- Mrs. W.B. Mundy. 964-6352. cottage' mobile",. home or Frame House 5 br. 1 bath.
!Hour will terminate Neighboring churches and well 8410. tfchg.MOBILE investment living room, din. room. kit.
services for the day. wishing friends are asked to FOR SALE:' 3 year old quarter tfchg. down nod$35.00(monfor$23s Front and back porch.
Rev. Jenkins will attend the come out and help make this a HOME REPAIRS 8 horse with $100 saddle total <<
General Conference: In IJallas, successful occasion. Service. Guaranteed work. CallOlln's $325. Call 964-5240 after 5p.m. LARGEST Trade-in allowanceon .nnnMi* (8 1/2 % simple Interest Block Apt. Bldg. with 2 scp-

+ Mobile Home Sales. Ph. Kew .. VitI tf. color sets at Dahmer's Dis- ). erate apts. 150' x 150' lot.
9645606. tfchg ..... '.nlce count. 5tchg. 6/22. Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 9 Priced to sell.
The adjective Is applied to FOR RENT12 wide Mobile p.m.'weekdays. tf

FLORIDA radicals and reactionaries. Is 1 ML North of TIre ManGAINESVILLE homes outside city; limits. J. B, FAST TV repair, no charge for ...- Frame WISh Ingles-Very neat
\ there such a thing as a knee- : and Lynn White. Ph. 964-6114 pick up In City; limits, Dah- 3 br. I bath living, dining,
jerk middkrot-lhe-roadcr" or 964-8799. If no answer mer's Discount. 5tchg. 6/22. WE GIVE SERVICEWe get kitchen, family room, utility;
CARL BEGGS call 964-8874. tfchg results! List your property; for room, carport, Heat and air
THEATRE sale with us. Call today. 405 chain link fence. UeautiMyard.
"
Gulf Service FOR RENT: 12 x 60 mobile Came Nuraery BILL POWELL, BROKER:964- 154' x 135' Owner said
8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand home on KIngsley Lake 2 O.C. 6464 or 9646810. tf/chg sell price reduced from $16-
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: Used Parts cleaned at Dahmors Discount bedrooms, 2 full baths, air Thousands of Plants 500 to $14,900.

I Sunday 3:00 J: Saturday J :00 301 THE FINEST SELECTION OF fast service tfchg conditioned, completely fur- Fruit Trees. Shade Trees, LINOLEUM! FLOOR Covering
Full dock privileges.
Fri.; Sal. June 23,24 USED CARS nished.1 year lease required. Call Evergreens, Camellias, 6x9 $3.19: 9 X 12 $5.98; BILL 1'OUT.LI:" BROKER
Azaleas Roses :12 x 12 $11.50; 12 x 15 only
In this whol. area PUMPSNEW Phillip Redmon 9647449. 2 .* plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING $14.95 many patterns and 964-6464 '\
622.INTERIOR.
DRIVE-IN tchg. Most In can colors. Dahmer's ,Discount
"NEVER GIVE A INCH" 24 Hr. Wr.ck.r Service tfchg. Or

\ AND USED & Exterior painting Hwy. 101
USED n MI. SE. of Stark
PARTS
was the motto Show Begins At Sundown done well at reasonable price. Flormhome S1'.2165 WMiOtTil.SSSOCITK\\ :\ : ) ,

of the Stampers of Oregon... Hwy. 301 )H, Woldo SALES Call 964-5606 after 6 p.m.tfchg. \ :

and live it they did! FRI., SAT. JUNE 23,24 468,1998 PARTS SEWING
SERVICE CANOES: Mohawk, fiberglass, NEW X-ll Reducing Plan 42 964.6593SAVE'}
I!I THE ARMY H; ED THEM 1 11 Deep and Shallow; Wells 16' guide $155; 17-1/2'. $170. Tablets $3.00 Money Back Gua MACIIiNE.
II AN SE TO KILL! plus tax.--Dealer, Gainesville rantee. Koch Drug Store IOtp
I GUNS Water Softeners Mid 372-0521. 12tp 6/29 6/22
WANTED TO RENT: 3 BR
FUtersPlumbing Soles and Service
house In Starke or Keystone r $ $
''I area. Write Box A, Starke or Supplies PFAFF ELNA
phone 964-6305. Up JIMMY MOORE'SSUN INSURANCEAT New Homes

II III. EXPERT' SERVICE ON SPOUTS REDUCED RATES EI.DAVISBUikr ; .,
WHITE
WANTED: Retired man to occupy .
II III small mobile home. Rent ALL MAKES'PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE MOORS BOAT ironYOUR AUTO,FlRE:: BOAT' $ 9:50 up P'ONTIAC

free. Gas refrigerator and MONEY DOYLE E. CONNER GMC TRUCKS"A
stove. Must have car. 4 miles
I pain,ncuiman HETOKJ nmoa south of Starke. Phone 964- INSURANCE AGENCY Parts & Repairs on MTILi: RID I. CAN: SAVh

i. ICEROniCXOIICH3CL 7852. 2tp. 6/22 PUMP & SUPPLY CO. Burke Ph. 964-6791 tchg. all other Make Ma YOU A 1.0.r"UCREEN

; I SSRKSZin SECRET.- Complete Outboard AStern ... COVE SPRINGS*
Lost Water 5 Blocks North
I II; ,. Weight, body bloat, puffiness, 864 N. Temple Ave. Drift Service and 'EWING MACHINE-Clod' NATIONAL
Water Pills Repair. Complete Fiber
only
etc.Pei
oiled..and.adjusted In your:: PUMP SERVICE
1 $3 or Money Back Refund. -- Class Repair. Custom- home,. 500. Vacumn cleaner 611 W. Univ. Avo.
auwwn I1C.'oo"".Arww' .._....new... lGpl.I II se. Koch's Drug Store. IOtp817 9 by 12 INDOOR and OUtdoor built Fiberglass. Flatting repairs also. All work guarant Gainesville &
Florida PUMPS
I rugs for$22.95. Dahmers 1 Dis! Phone WELLS
Ir hg..6/22. Boat.. eed. Dennis E. Coggins,
I LOTS,FOR SALE Starke ColtL count. 5 431-1428 tfcht 378.1355
Country Club ready for Wells 2" and up
PLUS
building on or for Investment. 24 service "
In COLOR oD'lH'( ] Lots) area approximately 1/2. The Glass Shop ALICIA Bermuda grass cuttings SALES Hr. on all ..
GUNS' MOBILE HOME makes
i Produced and Ihl..d! byFANFARE acre and larger. Paved roads for sale. Ph. 9645026.
John Wayne : FILM PRODUCTIONS Inn town. 2tp. 6/22.
only 3 minutes from Glass GOULUSMYERSJACOJ ;: -
':t Richard Boone Call-964-nOl. 8 a.m. to 5 P.njj Service 1$ Our PolicyWhen PUMPS
,
PLUS' For TV sets for rent black and you buy a mobile home FkriJa Std

white or color by week or you should consider quality; .-.. + Pump
THEY RODE INTOA INTERESTED IN BUYING OR AH CARS and TRUCKS month at Dahmer's Discount price and service.n 99 M Blinding Blvd.
SELLING. Installed While-U-Wait 10 tchg. 6/29. We give all three and guar- .- PHONE 264-3630

NEW TYPE OF Custom Vinyl Auto Tops antee to beat any advertised Ornnne Park, Fla.
CONTACT FOR SALE: 2 bedroom unfurnished price.

HELL! 1017 N. Main G'vfll CB home In city. Our 12 foot wtdes start at
I. GEORGE ROBERTS Phone 964-7142. 3 (P. 6/29. $3,295.00.

Hwy. 100 Woif- Stark. 964.5606 BEAUTY REST
/ REAL ESTATE WANTED- High school graduate
IF YOU RENT OR IF YOU as sales clerk and general office FLEA MARKETOn
"Big Jake" PHONE 964-7826 work. Must be able to REPAIR WAITRESS WANTED Apply
BUY YOU PAY FOR THE' type, part-time work. Write SEWING MACHINE : U.S. 1-Souih Of

CINEMA CENIER FILMS PRESENTATION 421 W. MADISON ST. HOME YOU OCCUPYWe ,1:$" c/o Bradford County lei- AND PARTS HOUSE CALLS in aurant.person.4tp.:7/14.- Longhorn Rest Jacksonville At Bayard :

IIC>+aOOO.JN.: [G.c] >> egraph, Drawer A, Starke and SHOP WORK PH 268-9712 .
ANAETIAIt1MI4r" "IX ltl...SlllA. <4 Make It So Easy To Own A- Itp
NORTH 301 Near Underwood give resume. ALL WORK GUARANTIED For Reservation

Motel 15 acres, 600 feet on N.w Or Used Hem.
I Sunday, Monday( Tuesday Htehway. Will sell all or part. coRnery Open Every SAT & SUN

June 25, 26. 27 Terms. A.J. Thomas, Realtor 12' wide 24' wide SAVETho 9-6

Y Tel. 9645701. New Used Ropes -tl Dlstopce e I'''''' FURNITURE\ Shops And Snack Bar
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431sT fi; mwoo.I Surrounded By 14 Antique
V LADY would like to care for Up To 12 Years To Pay Phone Calk AIt1l9N Quality Home FnrnUhinnP Collector PARADISELOHGCHAMP

elderly person. Katherine Means low, low PaymentsWe W. now handle.air U..., Custom Uraperleo
Jw, Ritter, 767 N. Grand St. Up. tickets, cruises and tours. COLLECTOR'S ITEMS' Carpeting

I b WANTED TO RENT: 2 or 3 Trod. Per Anything From Wo offera special package,. BRIC T A-BRACh .'Interior& br Victor.

IERt.'lIplVESt& bedroom house or apartment. Billy Coats Te Battleships. Tour of Now !n! Mi. N. of Keystone 1918 Park Ave,.- Orange Fart

... Furnished or unfurnished In Srs,. Rd. 100 2-ni tf
WriteA. ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOME! Disney World
Lake Butler.
n"I.\S Starke or Bill & Jo Brunofiky Owner Home and Building
To Telegraph. Drawer A. Orange Ave. (U.S. 17)) Call 964-7449. Phone 4)3.4483
IN COLOR 2 tp. 6-29. Phone 284-5439 Materials
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TOWN FINANCE CO. .
[RiS39] millMUf COUFDIUtlOU 1967 FURY m Air Cond. All Croon Cove.Springs,.Fla. 'P.O. r WE BUILD-
Box 2MH.. Tomolo
Power 318 engine. See at "
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Eaves Shell Service. $750. lip 11m Your Plan Or Our"
Your Lot Or Our*.
June 25,26, 27 WHITE Sweet Corn$1.50 bushel. '
FOR SALE Duplex and mobile Other vegetables. 2 miles east 3 I bedroan- 1 bath, large kit- FREE ESTIMATES!
1 home -. Make offer. Also che, family room CB home. SALES. PARTS
Russ of Starke.on SR is. David Walnwrlght. -
Meyers dishes and fur cape. Mrs.Olive 964-8479. tfchg. Central heat and air. Outside LAKE GENEVA SERVICE Rrmndeling. Repair
Additions
tncenine: :aua: center st. lip city. Lake privileges.
"COMMON LAW\ CABIN"Plus MOBILE HOME USED IMPORT CARS Home Bought Sold
1 FRESH VEGETABLES- for sale. 2 Bedroom. 1 bath In City, ..
SALE Mobile home .. 'TradedACREAGE
FOR VWM <
Lawn mowln N. D. SAW
1a Camero 12 x 60 only yr. old. Buinay, Rt 2. Box 56. Morgan .,. frame, on large lot;nice house HAlf RED AUTO
1 "PLAY MUTY FOR MIooJI.'II'rlUlIIoll".mK "GOOD MORNING Can finance. Due to Illness Road. Phone 064-7940. 12 AND 2V IDES IMPORTS INC. FOR SALE9446&S3

AND GOODBYE"Rated sacrifice. Phone 964-8553 from tp. 6/22. Frame Duplex apt, good location. PHONE 473-4329

.Dt 9 ajm. to 9 pjfl. 2 tp. 6/29 .,Good Income property., 509 E". University Hwy. 301 S. ,Staiko
a-----IJI) ON ROUTE 100
R FOR SALE Electric Kelvlnator SAMPSONTTE "SurllurbaD"At- 8 acres, 660 on paved road Keystone Height; Flo. Golno.vlle! 371-4373
I range with drawers $100.Large tache Cases, black. 123. by 330 deep. High dry.
C. E. Ice box $75. Kenmore Bradford County, Telegraph tf. r 1 1Wilson's
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838 N.
Automatic washer $40. 3 bedroom home In City. I i A.4I
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qI I 1 I Temple Ave. Phone 4733096. WE NOW HAVE diamond ne- bath kitchen living 1 diningLarge MARTIN CAMPED 1 Weldina I
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: B & F Electrical & EffuSpmenf Co. I Itchg. dies for any make or model ana,' GAS -
1 I 1I I
?J diamond! pendant stereo player.- er'sD1s- U.S. 90 West Lak. City, ELECTRIC SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES
LOSTSmall
I Complete: Wiring Repairs of' ,1, in V-setting on gold chain. Ref count House. tt/ehg will sleep house 15-20- furnished people!on- Phone 752-3723 I PORTABLE I Cxpondo Room & Add.

Industrial, Commercial and Residential I f I ward. Call after 0 p.m. 964- River Ocala: National or-' 'For Best Selection Of On Rooms
? call collect I
6329. If no answer 5 MI. West of Starke
FOR RENT 2 bedroom blockhouse ,. II
NEW AND USED CONTROLS 1 I I 389-7435. lip.I 3 miles south on GrUfls .5 TRAVEL TRAILER'SMINLHOMES I on Rt. 16-Ju.t on 1 Fro delivery and,set up

/ MOTORS AND SWITCH EQUIPMENT I I If" t FOR SALE? Girl 24" bicycle Loop; call 964.5690.1tp GEORGELROBERTS TRUCK CAMPERSAND Crawford Rd.Evenings I 100 MILE RADIUS

$20. Phone 964-6202. Itchi.t i ktEAL ESTATE "1 BANK FINANCING
and Weekends
1 24-Hour Service I 1 t FOR SALE Riding lawn mower, TOPPERS, I
wizard driver 8 UP, 2 PHONE 964-7826 CARL WILSON NWY .17 North. Green Love
Phone Keystone 473-37S5 I 1 t FORSALEtRegulation: size pool yrs. Full Line Of Parts And ,
1 ask for old, new engine, good condition. ST. 9&4-6691 I
M. C. (Bubba) Wells, Manager table Call 964-5262 $175 Ph. W4-7316. Itchg. 421 W. MADISON Sorvlco PHONE Tel. 284-5001. .2&.7311Community
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