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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 29, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Finding Turner Girl's Remains Ends 1 Mystery '7 1






Finding Valerie Turner's body Sunday night ended one

phase of the mysterious triple murder case, that of Val- UlURII J 8/lPnsTCIIunCN IIICIIO

erie's disappearance, but state and county authorities are :

still pressing to solve the November 30, 1971 slayings '. CITY

"It's too early to tell what particular significance this hr R71if DCMI L a

discovery might have," says Bradford Chief Deputy Sheriff

Dolph eddish. sZ
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"We feel like it's definitely a plus factor in our behalf," .
Reddish added.uthoritics ;;
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.\ are led 'to believe the body of the 16yearold ; ''I

Keystone High ,coed was placed at the site about 2 miles '

cast of Starke off SR-16 on the same day, or shortly after, .' ,.J 't::2: t;5 1 1ix
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her mother, Mrs. Bobble L. Turner, 37 and Patricia Marr, h CC : Wf O II

22, were found shot to death last November 30 In Nell's ; C

Beauty Shop on SK-21 five miles south of Keystone Heights. ::: :" :::a-J.

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A truck driver was the last y::
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person who reported seeing Valerie :
alive on Nov. 30 as she j }, RD It, .,
was walking between two men Valerie Turner Reward 3
from the beauty shop towarda

The car. skelton found Sunday Fund Totals 55.5 2 TO KlN&SLE, LAKE '-4 .

afternoon by two young boysIs
definitely that of Valerie
Turner Deputy Reddish said A reward fund of $555 baa period starting April 20. 1972if
Tuesday. An engagement ring been raised by residents of the desired Informaton la Site Where Body Was Found
Keystone Heights and surrounding not obtained a
found In the area of the skelton

has been identified by Mike area for Information and convictionof lead : 'kG s'::t:00 :vrr:.vn::::f:}::;:.vv':: R:4rG.: ::: :;:{;:t::isr::::::::::.:: ::.r":::}::4.::{:{:::::::;::::$:YS::: }}::<::::ii'ra: ::::::::<::errk: : :{:-tAVffff.'f--fff::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::?:$:::::<:S9.::::::;: rvC'$:$::iS:::::;::rvvf6vJP'4SdYVi4YRi' : ;:::::
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ancee. A friendship ring engraved the person or persons responsible :::; ,r
with the initial 'V was for the kidnapping and
also found and Identified as death of Valerie Turner last : BRADFORD _
Valerie's. A blouse found near November 3. The girl's body : } '- 0
the scene has also been Identified was found Sunday In a wooded "' ,." .IT'; '
as the one Valerie was area near Starke. :" : .
wearing the day of her abduction The reward fund was established ;;';": 1{ !... t. .
,|: Deputy Reddish says. and I is administered by a ._, milinrapJl'l' .,
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Most I conclusive identification committee composed of Keystone )(" 'i ,:,, : ,
Heights residents. Additional e. .
however has come from t .
dental records which have tentatively contributions will be welcome
identified the skull as to Increase the size of II ,
that of Valerie Turner. Dr. th e .reward and may be mailed ,. ..', I .
O, L. llaynes Jr., Starke dentist or delivered to the Keystone ,

has that given the a skull verbal Is affirmation Val-- State fund. Bank Checks for should deposit be In made the ii i x I. The Sweetest StFUU'berries This, Side Of Heaven ;

ed.'.. Reddish says, and law- out to the Valerie Turner ReWard J i ... I "
men now await only a final Fund. < '. Vol. 93 STARKE FLORID) l5e i
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written affirmation. Proceeds will be refunded to .
The. remains have been sent contributors within a one-year Valerie Turner ::111 : No. 48 Thursday, June 29, L')72 Cop} I

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for' the Eighth Judicial den Into the Starke area. A truck driver told authorities :Jt;%- .
Circuit and "Alachua County Previously the search for he saw two men leaving the
Medical. Examiner. Brad- Valerie's body had centered beauty shop with a teenage girt
ford authorities still wait Dr. primarily around the area fitting Valerie's dlscriptionwhen -
Cllne's report. south of Keystone Heights In he stopped his rig In the Celebrate
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Some to significance the fact that is ,attached the the ty.Reddish extreme south of the coun beauty shop parking area about esiBents!

of has been heading the S55; $ ajn. to fill out his trip
blouse Is the only piece "
by of the statewide Investigation into the log.ITII..4ti'v.r':81tlct. 'i. ... .......... ''I..
clothing worn any ,. ... or ;""
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Fr .three !,;<;,to0ment4hatrha..< been', death dlsappearanc,: worn Valerie.The / ** .W\IIIIIe. \'; ., *!\ ; / : the men:and 'r t, Y 6It. ;
girl were walking single file
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There 'was also evidence at two women Were found with the 'girl in the middle,
the scene where the Shelton dead by a beauty; shop customer he said one of the men had his i96th"Y
last Nov. 30. Both bodies America's
was found that Valerie was hand Inside his coat But the ear
shot several tines Reddish weje nearly nude and had been
shot several times with two
said. (S** Page 12))
Scattered over a wide areaa pistols.

haU mile off SR-18 on the _- ,--- _.__ ._ ", ......,.__ Lro:_ ____ ,
Laurel Baptist Church Road,' r 1 bad
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the skelton was found Just past -r
the Intersection with the Stern '_ ther, a large crowdIs
Road (the old Klngsley Lake 4 expected next

of Road Laurel) and about Road 80 In yards a thickly west i Bradford's Tax Tuesday, July 4. for

wooded area.Nearest Bradford County's

house to the site Is u biggest Independence
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that of Paul Nugent, but that is Assessing /Day celebration in

a good distance away. Reddish history, the second
says. Nugent's son and an out-
of-town youth accidentally annual Honor America -
stumbled on the skeleton and' Tops 90 PercentBradford 1"ay.
took part of it home where the C
recognized It as froma 1 : .1 yi 1' 1at
Nugent's
{ I The gala celebration begins at
human body. .ir County Is among some money. It was said. 2:30 o.m. with a parade west
"There is no'question in my / S I the II Florida counties whose Long said it was likely that down Call Street In Starke then
mind at this time, about who n ip tax assessing ratio is above this county would receive more onto US-301 north to the falr-
the person Is," Deputy Reddish 90 per cent, according to figures in school funds as a result of eroundsi site of the ceremonies
said Tuesday morning. released last week by the higher ratio.'' Fifty-seven soonsored by the Stark Wo
Metal detectors were being State Ellison.Auditor General Ernest counties are below the 90 mark. man's Club there will be floats
used Tuesday in an effort to from the Cross and Swordplay
find a third Item which would County Tax Assessor Gene (S** ?aye 12)Massey) In St. Augustine Senior
further provo identity of the Long said he was very pleased Citizens Club City of Hampton. -
body. Only several pieces of -I with the new rating given the Police Auxiliary, and the
scrap molal wore found. p". ,, county. Last year's rating was Honor America Day.
Discovery of the skeleton on 1 86 per cent of just value for The program will begin at
Container Corp. pinelands near ; Bradford assessments. 3:35: when guests. will be wel-
Starke for tho first time moves .. rr ':t ,Ratios of neighboring coun- To Head comed by Mrs. Hazel Hitch,
the Investigation of the mur- iii,t. .. ties were: Alachua 80; Baker Honor America Day chairman.
94; Clay 79; and Union, 79. The invocation will be given
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by Rev. George L. Harper
State education officials said Unit OfPriSQD
that Florida's public schools pastor of the First United Methodist
moum OlrirrCommunity
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will be penalized a total of Church.
Old BHS Building Bites The DustA $32 million because of what Ralph Bryan, Bradford County -
they called "poor assessment commissioner will addressthe
practice" of some county; as- crowd on Americanism.
1 grand old lady Is going down this week the old Bradford school In the present Woman's Club at Walnut and Jefferson sessors. Since the ratio studyIs Raymond Massey 41, assistant Guest; speaker will be The
I IIlKh! 1 chool building which has seen three genera- Streets, then a two story building. The overflow a factor In the allocation superintendent of the Honorable
tions of Kraduates march through Old 'C' Building stands attended the present Starke City Hall a former state funds any county with a Florida State' Prison at Ral- Roy T. Lord of
ratio less than 90 will lose ford will become superintendent Jacksonville 33rd Degree Mason -
above windows removed and stating' blankly onto Temple county courthouse. known
as Mr. Mason In
Ave. Part of the. upper; story, at left Is already gone of the new Florida State Masonic
C Building Is going down to make room fora third Prison at Starke effective July Circles
J. I', lliompfcon Uo.: CiulnuKvllIe: has the contract to phase of new construction at the high school site. The 1. with the division of the present Starke Mayor Carl Hurst
Slat Bankof demolish UMI venerable old building. built in 1914. That second phase of the high school's new plan Is to be completed RainfallAverages "main" and "east" units.The will be master of ceremoies.
first year 1914-15, \, .I. Thomas. Sr., veteran Starke by the tune school opens this fall, to take up the At 4.15; a patriotic cantata by
Starko attorney county clerk, and realtor was the entire graduating slack from the missing C Building. appointment was made the Young Musicians, a youth
class that year Ihore were two Juniors,' both by Louie L. Wainwright, Director choir from First BaptistChurch;
prmoted to the I2lli grade: Mildred Crosby and Homer Plaque embedded In C Building reads STARKE SCHOOL, of the Florida Division of Stark, will be presented under
Florida Bank I Limbaugh. 1914 D. E. Knight, J. W. WhIte, E. S. Matthews ( school 3.85 In.Rains Corrections with he( approvalof direction of William George
) Emmett Roberta. Secretary Game activities
At Stark Before 'C' Building, students attended an all grade trustees begin at
of the of Health L
averaged 3.85 Inches Department 4:30 with the battle of the barrels
over Bradford County last Rehabilitative Services Wain- a sack race, horseshoes
week through 8 p.m. Monday Wright announced tile appointment etc. At 5 p.m. a Little
First Federal of In Tallahassee Wednesday Queen and King contest scheduled
ending another week wet .. -
Saving & Loan Association Hearings Granted In 3 Felony Cases peculiar weather begun by the sponsored by the Stark
storm generated by Hurricane L. E. hugger a 35-year Junior Women's Club.
Kill\ Sol lie One: Agnes two weeks ago. veteran of the Florida prison At 5:30: p.m. a chicken din- ,
system will .remain as superintendent will be served.At .
Preliminary hearings were also transferedto checks, $26 and restitution or for June far ner
I1 or ISiisiness'liicsd.i Ills case was live.! Clayton Agustus Summer Total rainfall so Union
of the 6 !the Bradford Roping
new
granted In three. feloay case Circuit Court. Eddie Lee Moss, and Oscar three days In Jail. Is 8.94 Inches, compared to the p.m.
Ral-
Institute at Club will boresshow
(iily 4 by County Judge The mo Yawn W.I. of alcoholic of 9.85 inches Correctional sponsor
Defendants
) the afternoon session Carrie Small was charged ,. possession that plead 50-year average ford which !U the present} main a new event this year.
during of containers beverage by a minor. and had their Santa Fe tower had mon rain .
; with possession guilty case put prison unit. City and County officials will
of In County fudge's
A Legal Holiday plea day used In the sale of moonshinebut Fine set by the Judge for on the trial docket were: Lillian man any of the three towers; Massey ls a native of Atlan compete In a Softball game at
Court, Tuesday did not want a public defender charges were: Cllda M. Brown, Burch and Bobble Jean 3.4 Inches fell during tile week ta. C*. and t a veteran of four 6:30: pun.
C.w".r 01'a The cane of William 'Trod assigned to her for circuit and Mary L. Brown'' both Martin, charged with assault with 1.8 Inches falling Sunday.1New years service In the Air Force. Highlight! of the evening will
Holland charged with withholding court. charged with no fishing license and battery and Jerome H. River and Louis Hill II* received a degree in be a fireworks exhibition set
( :Ile (!tnmntunttgr ;. support from his child Horn OHtreatures In the misdemeanor $28 or three days In Jail; Ada Elwer three charges of writ- both measured the .am* amount business administration from for 9 p.m. More than 100 shells
f gunk and wife, was transferred to section of the afternoon Mae Cox and Jimmy R. Smith, log worthless checks. totaling 2.7 inches the University of Florida and will be fired Into the night
circuit court and a public defender MOHHlon were: Troy Glenn ST., each charged with trespassing case of Elvira Jane HarUe,. started with prison systemas sky In commoration of the county
assigned. Richardson, transportattng after warning $101 or Sunday U rained L.3 inchesat a classifications officer In 196th anniversary more
.- a.r.l U. .ls' .to Murphy was charged fresh water catfish without hav- 30 days) In Jail; Thelma D. Rod Crawford was sentenced both towers. Tuesday Oat 104. He was advanced to claa- than twice u many.s last..*. .
.. .Ii. .i.io- .. with aggravated assault find also Irw a dealers license: Gerald Thornton charged with two
r iiii assigned a public dofvndur./ I.:. OrirfU, Lester Lamar 0 cants of writing worthless (S.. Pale 12)) (See P... 12)) (See Pj 12)) (See P.y.12)) ,




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Mrs. Grady Weds Phyllis Martin, Mark Newell Luncheon Given W. A. Hogans

Judge PattenIn Wed In Lovely Home CeremonyMiss For Dr. MundyAt Honored With'

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Phylls Martin, daugh- Byron Mcintyre and Rev. and Mrs.., %V.A. 1 Hogan
( of high Springs mill .1 lud"oCorfc'o Starke, became the bride of a luncheon Wednesday of reception Sunday afternoon
; : I.. Patton of siarko. Mark Newell of Chicago( 111, last week at the Surf Club fi,7 from 3:30 to 5 o'clock In the
were married In Die, home of on June 10 at 10:30 a.m. In a Ponte Vedra Beach, honoring r, recreation building of the First
Mr. and Mrs. Cliarlc"; Huberts beautiful garden wedding ceremony r Dr. Jean Mundy. Baptist Church.
daughter ofI 1'8. Grady at tho homo of the The dining table was cen-
in Newbcny on liidaj\ Juno bride's mother, with Rev. tered with an arrangement of Colorful arrangements of
23. Rev II!!.(.. Mcltuiinull: and Henry Miller of Ecuador .S. white shasta daisies. pastel summer flowers were
Kcv. John 'lalmigu ix-rCurmod( A., and M Rev. Paul Afford The ten guests included Dr. used In the hall f
the ccri>in')
ny. of Orlando officiating Mundy, Mrs. Meade Lewis,
Those attending were tlio Tho lawn was decorated with Lake City, Mrs. Vernon Red- Mrs. Paul Raymond and M.-a.
children of the bride and palm branches for the aisle, dish. Mrs.Ervin Andrews.Mrs. J.E. Hardy greeted guests at
groom: Mr. and MI'&. Charles/ and at ore center of the altar / Curtis Sanders, Miss Norma the door and standing In the receiving -
A. lioborts and daughters! Car- Ralph Martin and Clifford Canqva Mrs. Guy Sale and ,. line ware Rev.and Mrs.

rie Ann /Kellio and I.vmi. and Martin brothers of tho..brlde, : Mrs W. B. Mundy of Starke. .. Hogan, Mrs. W. B. Moody Mr.
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and I. Pat-
Mr. Mrs.
George
played "How Great Thou Art"on arid- Miss Kathryne Eppersonand and Mrs. William George, and
,ten Jr. and daughter( Lisa of guitars as nieces and nep- jr// Mrs. Georgia Watson.Lake Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Tenly Jr.
Alexandria Va., Mrs. II. G;.
hews marched down the aisles Butler. The guest book was kept by
McDonnell, Mrs. John '1'111- holding fresh summer bouquets The hostesses presented the Teresa WilsonTo Mrs. L.N. Pickering.and Mrs.E. .
mage, and Mrs. Oracle's SISter of flowers with ribbon streamers. silver charm D. Tenly Sr.
honoree with a Wed Mr. Sapp
Elmo
Mrs. K. Lindsey of They stood along the bracelet as a memento of the
Auburn. Ala. .- palm branch aisles, with family O 22nd
Judge and Mrs. Patten will .If .ro occasion. On July The tea table was covered
reside In .Starke. and guests on either side. Following the luncheon the with a white linen cloth edged
The bride and groom Walked guests visited the new home of Mr. and Mrs. William C. with lace and centered with:
down one aisle guitars played ding cake decorated with white Mrs.McIntyre. at Ponte Vedra. 03111)) Wilson of 514 Weldon St. a pastel colored arrangenunt
"Here Comes the Bride." and mint leaves the and ,
roses green announce engagement
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of stock, pompom, Fuji
Party Given The bride wore a' floor and topped with a bride and approaching marriage of their and daslsles. ,
length gown of white Chantilly groom. On either side of the CannonSmithDate / daughter, Teresa Durden Wil- mums tables
For Miss Martin The two punch were
lace over taffeta with layers cake bowl Glen E. of
was a crystal punch son, to Sapp, son covered with organdy' cloths
And Mr. NewellMiss of net. The fitted bodice featured with mint green punch topped AnnouncedMrs. Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Saw of and centered with crystal punch
a Florentine neckline, with white molds Highway.
rose Bayless
Phyllis Martin and Burns Crawford Vows ExchangedIn outlined in Iridescent sequinsand Mrs. Kenneth Prater sis- Evelyn Cannon of Live The wedding will take place bowls summer encircled flowers.with The fern guest and

Mark Newell honored at long lace sleeves tapering ter of Uio bride, cut the bride's Oak and Fred Cannon of Lake at 8 p.m on July 22 at the covered
were book table was with
a lovely bridal party Mon- Hampton Christian ChurchThe to calla points overthe cake, and presided at the Butler announce the engage- North Side Baptist Church, with organdy cloth and held a
day evening Juno 5, given by wrists. Her veil of illusion punch bowls were Mrs. C. It. ment of their daughter, Char- Kev. Wayne Wells officiating. an miniature arrangement of summer
Mr. and Mrs. Don Mir tin, IIII'. was secured to a queen crown Martin and Mrs. K .W. Martin lotte Ann, to A. Wayne Smith A reception will be held at the
and Mrs. Clifford Martin Miss Christian Church in length train. On her head she of tiny seed pearls and iridescent Also assisting in serving/,, of Gainesville, son of Mr. and Holiday Inn In Starke immedia- flowers.
Dorothy Swanbom and Mr. and Hampton was the setting for wore a cluster of white rose sequins. She carried a were !Mrs. Don I\lutlnandMr.l../ FritaFred D. Smith of Starke. tely after the ceremony. All
Mrs. Ralph Martin at the home the wedding of Donna Faye buds to which was attached a white Bible topped with. a red R. W. Martin, all slstorslnlaof %/>:j' T100' relatives and friends of the Durrance-Wheeler/ I
of the latter on U.S. 301 north. Crawford to Hobert Lee elbow length veil. rose corsage. the bride. Miss Jan Martin, .1 1 ';tri will take place couple are Invited to attend the
The enjoyed Burns on.*:'Sunday May 21, at She carried a cascade arrangement A reception was held following niece of the bride, kept the llJraJattended wedding and reception.The Wedding Date Set
guests seeing 3 p.m. with:' Kev. James I.. of pink carnationsand the wedding ceremony. bride's book, Mrs. Sidney Han- couple will reside In
slides of the couple's missionary Shaw perform'ng the cere- ni'imi.' The bride's table was cen- sen, aunt of the bride, kept the Union Cot&fr Hlgn School In Punta Gorda, where Mr. Sappis
field and their work In mony. A reception was held at the tered with a three-tiered wedJohns gift display table. Lake Butler and Lake City JunIor employed with the Florida Miss Pamela Sue Duriancu t
Lciiudnr.:: South America. In Lake City. She and Paul Robert Wheeler will
'Iho bride Is the daughter( of lUmpton City hall White After College Highway Patrol.
a wedding trip the
The refreshment table was 1\.11'\. and Mrs. Ronnie Hugh stream ars forned an archwaywith Is employed by Bates & Brown, be united In mintage on 1 Friday -
couple plans to attend
covered with a wedding boll Crawford of Hampton and Uio a white wadding bell over a attorneys In Gainesville.Mr. June 30 -at 8 p.m. in the
decorated\ cloth. and centered groom (is Ihe son of Mr. and the biide's table. The bride seven University weeks of course Oklahoma at the Smith attended BIIS;San- Mrs. Billy Hall and Mrs. Bethel Baptist Church with. a
with a miniature bride and Mrs. Don Burns of Mhcunopy.Centoring : '. table was centered with a a then and ta Fe Junior College; and is Luclle McKlnnon of Orlando reception following.An lends
to
return their
work in
groom decoration balanced by the altar were tiered wedding cake topped with Limoncocha. Ecuador employed by the Gainesville were Sunday visitors of Mr. and relatives are Invited to at
blue candles. On one end of the with Police and Mrs. J. II. IXiPre.
baskets of white and lavender wedding bells and decoratedwith Wycllffe Bible Translators. Department.
table with a white cake which
gladioli and pompoms againsta pink roses. Mrs. Francis
had a cluster or blue roses In background; of palms and Wadsworth cut the cake. Miss rt '
the center and at Uio other end branched candelabra.The Sandra Hall, cousin of the bride

was a crystal punch bowl witha soloist, ]Klchdrd Jones, kept the bride's book.
blue rose mold. of Alachua, was accompaniedthe Assisting at the punch table tend.'I i
The hostesses presented the pianists, Miss Joy Saxon, were Mrs. Fred Phillips Miss 'I
bride wllli a Presto'lef 1 Ion coated and Miss Valerie Jones, both Louise Burns, Mrs. John Hall, CARPS Dept.
pressure cooker and the of Hampton. Mrs. John Pierce, and Mrs.
hosts presented the groom with Bobby Joe Adidas of Gainesville Lynn Hall. .

a Craftsman Dual Compression was best man and the After a wedding trip to South ,
Stapler and kit as a memento-- ushers werePaul Phillips?John "" Florida: the coupla.Is residing";

of the occasion. Crawfordl} I'jred Phillips, Jack..,"', in Mlcanopy. The bride travel, "
Hall and Danny Porter. ed in a blue and white gingham Ire-4th' S lAgsspectacular!

Mrs. Harry orterorGa1nes- .Baby: doll dress with white. <
Shower Given ville, sister of the groom was accessories. "
Griffis matron of honor. She wore a The bride Is a 1971 graduateof here's Just a few of many
Mrs.
For pale lavender gown In ,Mild BUS, and Is employed at "firecracker hot"values "charge it" at Carps!
Af t Cooper HomeMrs. of Aquarius style. She carried Llpham Music Co. in Gainesville -
a long stem white carnation .
Linda Grlffls. whoso with streamers. Mr. Burns is employed by
marriage to Charles Johns was Miss Beverly Crawford, sister Standard 011 Company on -Bielling ladies knit tops
an event of June 26, was honored of the bride attended as University Avenue in Gaines- clearance c oarauce
with a bridal shower last bridesmaid. She wore a gown ville. Engagement t ToldMrs and shirts BIBB'S s boys
Friday night given by Mrs.Nor- of deep purple Maid of Aqua
rti Nazworth at the home of rius style; She carried one Mary Alvarez ot Lake sale! $2 _= wale shorts walk shorts, M
Mrs. Hubert Cooper on,.N. long stem 'white carnation withstreamor. Dinner BuUarand: Clyde Johns of RaI- 3.M
Thompson Mreet. .;'' \; Party ford announce the engagementof
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Games and refreshments Rebecca Crawford, sister Given In Honor their daughter, Gayle Johns, Easy care of fabrics.fashion Large styles selection In r 250 I86Wide I ;

were enjoyed by the 17 guests of the bride, was flower girl to James Carlton Dishing of solids and patterns. Womens -
during the party hours. The re- and wore a gown matching the Of Bish Bishop Providence. sizes selection. I
Sizes 28 to 40.
fresliment table was covered attendants In lavender. The Sizes 8 to 18.1
wedding '
with a blue and white cloth and The bride's twin brother, and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop, event of Julv 15 will at 8 be p.m.an at ladies shorts and :: -- G.t' Wide selections.SfW. Save now I

centered with a red, white and sister Pat and Peggy Crawford, Jr. entertained at a dinner the Village Baptist Church at capri pants I '
blue cake. were ring bearers. party Saturday night at their Providence.
The bride, given In marriageby big simmer
All friends and
relatives of
home on E. Call Street as a
Mr. and Mrs. John Adams her ofwhita father wore a traditionalgown lace good luck golf send-off their the couple are cordially Invited sal.l $5 r savings!
chantilly
'and baby of Athens, Ga. are with seed pearls on the scalloped son, Blsh, who is leavlnir this to attend. for
-
spending Friday to Tuesday with neckline with a floor week for Miami to fuFQier'nisamateur Easy care fabric, wide ? '
Dr. and Mrs. II. 11. Adams. : golf career.Arrangements variety of) styles and color men'sSires ,
of white and \ 9 to( 18.
ooj':':::::;:;:::;::;;:::::;::::::::::::;;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::' : ';'':::::::-''':::: ::e::: ; yellow daisies and ,pompoms, shifts andcalotte knit slacks

were used In decorating. The BridesmaidsLuncheon fba.t11.Mt.SUM
'I II buffet table In the dining room Given shifts NOW Mite
was covered with a white damask flf$4.99
?a t: cloth and centered witha For Miss CuttinoMrs. / Only
CARRY-COO! silver candelabra entwined $3
1 k (100polyailerttratchknll' .
:; tf with white and yellow dlalses Charles Darby and Mrs. fiJ q lor comfort. Sires. 29 lo>
1111 Room Air Conditioner ISo The serving dishes used were Carl Hurst honored Miss Melody ?' Easy "no-Iron" car *' men s short sleeve 42. Buy Now!
golf trophies and revere bowls \ Cuttino with a bridesmaid fabric Many styles iport or dregIieearoomyfaahlonel

light it has it's own carrying handle... won by Bish. luncheon last Saturday noon at I i shirts n.*MM **
::c goes anywhere-only 43 Ibs. The 60 guests dined at table the Hurst home on Searing Sizea'Olo 16.381044. 'a-. .raea's swimwtor
Street ..r, 299
Ule'patio..
on
.r 4000 BTU/HR The 15 guests were seated at T.w.l.
'." 1 *.!.! 288
Sff' two luncheon tables placed In swimsuitsa" All permanent

Club the dining room and family C .....17...'..'1." 91331 press. Sizes S toXLand14V.lQ Entire.tock reduced
Woman's The 17..
sf iI room. bridesmaids' table
10cle.r.Slze.SloXL.II .
SLIM & TRIMMOLDED f To Sponsor Booth was covered with an avacado I $5
ii lace cloth over pink linen.Centering p sabsnz Jf tip swing jr. bats startslha.tt.Z7 .
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the table
CARRYING was a pinkbridesmaid'
I The Starke Woman's Club dZNC5. dnmctM
HANDLE will sponsor a chicken dinner cake encircledwith One and two pc. styles In .<......*.'1... a1.MSlz3to7IEay
net'and
f pink pink hydrangas. BiKlnlf. Boy Leg print
115 VOLT 7 AMPS y booth Tuesday, July 4, from Extending from the centerof and aollds. Jr.. Missy "
5:30 p.m. to closing at the 1880.:1. $1l
Half siias. Indies :
AUTOMATICTHERMOSTAT :i::3 Fairgrounds. Proceeds will go the cake were streamers
::}, toward the building fund. of narrow pink ribbon and net. panties Size S-M-L. to BOM
"' Following the main luncheon Entire stock Size 3 to 7 and
E-2 MOUNT FOR I i course each bridesmaid pulleda reduce StoL, care fabric.
FAST INSTALLATION I KirklandCuttinoWedding streamer from the cake. At .; \\4-l
the end of each streamer were
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PartyEntertained sterling charms Mrs. Darby I Bikinis,brief*.
womens
clcaniicr1 leather'
quality
read each girl her fortune that Is |lace trim.Sizes
le y.".. LIXAN accompanied the charm she ladies lS-6-7.
sandal salel
OVTOOOH CA.II| Aitw R Mr. and Mrs. Alvin W. Kirk- pulled from the cake. The !
ftlPLACCMINTWAHNANTT bride was presented with cut- 1 dresses
"- land were host at a dinner a ;
0......, Electric. party last Friday night at the lery set aa a memento of the ti acea.Swelafe panty 2S1 O
LEXAN outdoor c.... | Holiday Inn honoring their son occasion.
carry a ten year pane Sharing the occasion with the s hose
and aervtco 'labor Ronnie, and hi* fiancee, Melody attendants were the mother 'n.. 5 8 Many atylaoA
replacement. warranty Cuttino, following the Bala! choose from. Size* =
agalnat manulaolurlno' of the bride and groom: Mrs. 5 10 10-
deleota' couple's wedding rehearsal.The Myldred Cuttino, Mra. AW. Many many drease <. 59$
head table was centered Kirkland, and grandmother of till In tock. Plen- ,r,
with an arrangement of pastel the bride: Mrs. F.B. Beard. tly of hot weather ....., skocs .

summer Cower consistingof left Save nowl Petit Soft shew .
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Fuji carnation glad- stretch
mums, ,
*. Jr.. Missy ad ny _._.288
11 loll and daisies. The side tables Half lza. lon.ctearati .II1I1IWOJ
[59995] were centered with silver .J !
candelabra with white tapers 't fjrlsj fir Is fins tops, storts, sifts FlrtqualltyatCarM.WId" ]
u and a garland of fern down the ) assortment chooM from.
i war sjonfts, start sets e .
Ml Mil'sSize
length, Interspersed with summer slfhoes
i twt.t.wswe
Size 4 6X
to

Those Dowers.attending Included the I *7S. 137 II a.I/Nwq 77 sue'ii 2 2

honored their Mr. and Mr. Wade Stubbsof 22
couple, parents,
Sizes to 14 R d,Whit* Blue Tinombm.
SAWYER the wedding party, and out-of- Abbeville, Ca., formerly of I 6' Ii 1 Infant, toddler Size T or toff. .-
town guests, including Rev. and Raltord announce the birth ofa *4 to 14. and alziM 3 to 141 Reduced to ctaar.QUALTF '
Slade Mrs. Leo Hebert and family of son Emory Wade, on May
Air Conditioning Tallahassee.The 24. Mn. Stubb U the former

332W. Madison Phon.964.7701 honor gueste presented Charlotte Eloise Green daughter -
(heir attendant with gifts daring of Mr*. Trilby Greene and E r-.
@; :Y.k M the dinner. the late Mr. Greene of Ralford
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Lt. Col. and Mrs. W.H. Edwards Greg Jackson spent the past 32 May Die 1 ic '

and family have returned two weeks with Ms grandparents rU ; i
to their home at Kings- 'Mr, and Mrs. Bill Wall. In July Fourth

ley Lake after three year's In Alachua. Traffic CrashesAn
duty In Germany. Col. Edwards
has retired after 21 years In the Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hunt,
Army. Mrs. Richard Hunt, and Mrs. estimated 32 persons may
Florene Farnsworth of Cen- die In traffic crashes -occurring A-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson terville, Iowa were guests on Florida's streets and
of Jacksonville were Friday the pest two weeks of Mr. and highways during the 102-hour \
visitors of Mrs. J. E. Wilson. Mrs. Garl Muthews. They all Fourth of July holiday period,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce the Florida Highway Patrol pre- Manning Kinney Fertig
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen Mathews and family In Malt- dlc l.The.
attended the Hernandes-Phil- land for several days last week. official traffic count begins MerchantsMystery
lips Jacksonville at 8 p.m., Friday, June Mystery
Nigh 30, and ends at midnight,Tuesday -

Mr. and Mrs. James J. July 4. and air 0 .J
violations. Heating
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bombs Hayes, Jr. and daughters,Wan- ihe Patrol will be mustering Merchants whose conditioning service and installations -
and Mrs. J. S. Adams of Los da and Faye, of Oxford, N.C. all of Its resources for a max- silhouettes were featured In are also a spe-
imum effort during the holidaysDrinking last week's double page ad:
Angeles, Calif were weekend were last Tuesday to Friday drivers and drivers cialty of Wells Electric.
guests of Mrs. Edward Burns.S. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas TOMMY MANNING' : manager
F. Colson and family. with an "Inahurryattitude" DOUG FERTIG: has opera-
of Manning Hardware InStarke,
T. Dell of Gainesville visited 4, will be special targets for Is a graduate of Lee High ted Doug's Sunoco on N. Temple -
his aunt, Mrs. J. E. Wil- Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hartmanand troopers. School in Jacksonville and a Avenue In Starke since last
Lives also be saved if
son, on Sunday. son of Jacksonville were can member of the Medical Corps September, coming here from
Sunday evening dinner guests motorists will use safety; belts Army Reserve. Before Miami. This station also offers -
coming
at all
Tommy Blackshear is stay- of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hill. tion times and exercise cau to ths area, he was employedwith welding service of all types; S
by
ing In Palatka this summer driving defensively to Western Electric in road service and Is open 24
whle attending St. Johns RIver Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hood New ManagerFor the avoid FHP the errors of others, Jacksonville about five years. hours a day. Doug's is also!

Junior College. and daughter, Kim, of Raleigh, Holiday Inn advisory said. Tommy's father, George Manning currently featuring a special

N.C. will spend the long week ,... has owned and opera- tire sale that is just in time
Ronald Fitzpatrick was on end with his parents, Mr. and RestaurantJesse Duplicate Bridge ,1SQ Manning Hardware In Keystone for those planning 4th of July A
the Dean's List at Tarrant County Mrs. W. W, Hood. Winners' Heights for the past 2 trips.
Named(
Junior College, Arlington, D. Burnette has been 1/2 years. Both stores offer
Texas for the spring quarter. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Thras- promoted to restaurant mana- a full line of hardware and With the Mystery Merchants
lie Is the son-in-law of Mr. her of Winder, Ca. were week- ger at the Holiday Inn of Mrs. Edward Burns and T. sporting goods. contest In its final week, shop-
and Mrs. Robert Myrlck of end guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. .
Starke, according to an announcement A. Sundem were the winning pers should hurry claim their
Starke. W. Hayes. by Mississippi Ma- couple at the Duplicate Bridge WAYNE KINNEY, owner of gift certificates. Just clip the E
nagement, Inc. of Jackson, Club quarterly tournament Well's Electric Service is a silhouettes appearing In the
Mrs. Martha MIley and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Herresof Miss. Tuesday night where there native of Starke and a graduateof big double page ad in this issue ,
Mrs. N. B. Blocker of Lake Bellefontalne, Ohio are visit A veteran of 20 years In the were four tables In play-j 1rs.J. the University of Florida. and take to the merchants you
City, and Mrs. W. L. Baggett ing Mr. and Mrs. Herb Herres U.S. Navy, Mr. Burnette Is a D. Odom, and Mrs. George He offers licensed and bonded think they match. The first
and daughter of Wichita, Kan. for several days. high school graduate whose Miller were second and Mrs. electrical service, Includingnew three persons presenting the
were Saturday guests of Mrs, spare time Interests are golf, Lex Green and Mrs. G. J, Installations, rewiring correct silhouette to a mer-
Lonnle Harley Md.Eric Is Cassell spending of several Chevy Chase weeks fishing, and woodwork. lie and McGriff Sr. were third. repairs, and the removal of chant will receive valuable gift
both from Virginia certificates.
his wife are
Mrs. W. U. Hart underwent with his great aunt, Mrs. Nel- and they have three teenage

surgery Monday In Alachua son Green, and family. daughters. o
General Hospital. Mississippi Management pro- Mr. and Mrs. Jan Douglasof
M.A. Baldwin, Jr., Rotary vides management services and Tallahassee spent Fridayand d .
Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green president-elect, and Edward supervision for eight Holiday Saturday with her .parents, L LLy.b
and daughter, Marie, and Mrs. F. lilppilnger! secretary-elect, Inns located in Florida, Mississippi Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bellinger. >w'I
L. D. Green of Starke, and Mr. attended the Rotary District and Louisiana. aci
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson I p Vw' f fi
Assembly at the Hilton Hotel
and Mrs. Marvin Johns of i
in Jacksonville visited friends and relatives in
last Friday i
I Jacksonville, spent Sunday at g
Dothan Ala last week.
Steinhatehee Springs. night and Saturday. They were Mrs. A. 1. Covington of .5,'

accompanied by Mrs. Baldwin Paducah, Ky. Is spending a Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bettes of u
Archie Green of Chicago 111. and Mrs. and
Rippllnger. month with her son daugh- St. Augustine visited her par-
will spend Friday to Tuesdaywith ter-in-law, iJr. and Mrs. A. ents, LTC and Mrs. V. J.Spongier "- 4l
his mother, Mrs. L. J. Y. Covington.Mr. .
Green. Miss Jayne Hardy of Atlanta over the weekend. l
will be home Friday to Mon- and Mrs. Keith GUling- Ar
Mrs. J. R. Kite returned last day. ham and family of Perrlne will Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe
Thursday from a two weeks spend next week with her par- of Tampa were weekend guests
visit with relatives In Elizabeth Rev and Mrs. John Flynn, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Uiy aaie. of Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Mrs. n
ton, Tenn. and members of the EYC, Paul J. W. Kincaid. ,
Canova, Benny and David Car- Billy and Tonda Covinton of I
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher ter, Kay Epps, and Susan Stalling Gainesville spent last week Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cady of rf. : r
J HI of Gainesville were Sunday were''camping for a week with their grandparents Dr. West Hartford, Conn are
spending two weeks with Mr.
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. rancher recently at Bull Run Regional and Mrs. A. Covlngton: while f 4 II
and Mrs. James Blackshear
Jr. Park near Washington, D.C.and their father attended the National ;
Miss Beatrice Cady and Miss
spent the week touring Washington Jaycee convention InAt- Flora Cady. u
Mrs. Jim Shaw of Tallahassee and the National Cathedral.Mrs. lanta. tr

the former Beverly Mc- Miss Lois Tullis and Mrs. .
Rae of Starke was on the Ralph Dixon of Winter The Methodist Women's D. W. McMahill and children \
Dean's list FSU Garden was the weekend guest Sunday School class had din- of Ohio : h
at for the Mechanlcsburg, were
f second time. of Mr "and' Mrs., .Guy.. ..'"Sale.. ner at the Swedish house In last Thursday and Friday guests
Gainesville Monday night hon of Mrs. Lonnle,(larley. HEW '
oring the.. birthdays of Mrs., _
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and Mrs JJ-
A. N. Holllday Mr. and Mrs. One Wiggins
NOTICEALL Denmark. Mrs.' Holliday has visited Mr. and Mrs. Gene; _

resigned as teacher of the Wiggins in Fairburn, Ga. over _
class and was given a remem- the weekend. r
nKDDING% WRITEUPS\ brance.
ICJ72
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AND PICTURES Miss Madge Middleton Mrs. Miss Jean Whlffen, who has :
H.M. Rlcharde, Mrs. James been attending school In
MUST BE TURNED IN Barron and Mrs. E. L. Mat- Bluche, Switzerland the past
thews and' granddaughter, year, returned home Tuesday These Shoes Are Made For
'WITHIN\ TWO' WEEKS OF WEDDING DATE Mary Anne Miller, were Mon- for the summer. She will enter
day luncheon guests .of Mrs. Bartram School in Jacksonvillein Winning (She Hopes)
This Old (House
Mae Jones at September.Mrs. .
'
OTHERWISE THEY! CANNOTBE In Jacksonville. CHEVROLETAND

Marguerite Barker Is Miss Janelle Coleman of Jacksonville, reigning Miss
I'l LISIlEn AS :NEWS.
moving to Palatka this week to Bradford County, is shown shopping for her wardrobefor
Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller make her home. Mr. and Mrs. the Miss Florida Pageant underway this week June
Your spent Wednesday to Sunday with James Grlffls have purchasedMrs. 26-July 2 in Orlando The new Miss Florida will be
Cooperation Will lie Appreciated Mr. and Mrs. Edgar GunterIn Barker's home onRaiford crowned Saturday.

Eau Gallie, Mr. and Mrs. Road. Miss Coleman is pictured above at Stan's Bootery in
Bradford County Telegraph Don Ray Tilley in Hollywood, Starke selecting the shoes that she Is wearing in the
and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. God-
Miss Florida Contest where she is Bradford
representing -
M A. BaldwinJr.
win In Arcadia. Mr. and Mrs. ,
visited their daughter, Gin- County.;

ger, at the University of OLDSMOBILE
South Florida Saturday night.
On Sunday they went to Liver-
ness to get Mrs. Baldwin Sr.. r rvrOJ\l Ei-
WHERE'S who had spent the weekend with ]
| Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Baldwin.
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) Local admittances to Bradford -
County hospital this week
include Mack I Howard, Mrs.Ida
:
;, VMI aY/1Maa. r......ce pepeuM. Barbara Carson Mrs. END"CLElfRRNCE
A PRICE I TAG Griffin ,
Annie Tomllnson, Mrs. LauraE. cM YEAR

YOU'LL LIKE ra Tom'lnson, (Homer Townsend /
Charlie Millard and Mrs. 7I
6' 1 .1) Annie WilhCrson! all of Starke;

.. on the newMAGIC Joan R. Mott!, Brooker Har-
e.. .
vev Williams, Charles J. Milliard -
and Mrs. Annie Wilker-
CHEF son, Ralford; Franklin Helt- ,
zel and Mrs. Antno M.ldred +M'.. }
e.I7L.M.IIOy..1.TOP.. .. Hall Keystone Heights l; Mrs. t ? 'TSp1r
"
CI. )N OM. 0.m.r prep
GAS RANGE without o* lructioAOVMI.I Ida Gentry, Lake oenevu; tuiu"
Mrs. Garnlta Parker, Cocoa -

burg.; Albert Tatum, Middle- WE (;()T 'um


Mrs. R. P. McLendon and
brother, Wayne Cogdill of
.
Gainesville are vacationing

d several weeks In Gatlinburg,

aviM eoon.l Tenn.
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r l ass Tilly reports that on her Improvement Auard l COME GET UM

last visit to Ihe shopping conler -
she spent $5 and camp
a home with a grocery sack Bob Hammond receive; a Bradford Improvement Award

1 that weighed 19 pa Inds. Of from BIP Committ. Chairman John Sanders, right, and -
# course, eight pounds of it was Chamber Executive John Myeri.
campaign literature.,
Hammond' Discount House on US-301 north opened

i tnpwM M U mMl.HMO OVUM.Miwi M WI" March 1 to sell discount clothing. Hammond converted

f ,.f' tmv o> HOOT twe S IKM THE BRADFORD an automobile garage Into a clothing itore, and Is still

COUNTY TELEGRAPH making Improv.m.nts.

only \ Pabhha. .ed every.. 771ursday. :1",0': Grll.'d; .:.. lixlf.
I .v..ln..II"n"vnnocl. ". cup| "iiimmmniw. orNlllllll Soo'
at 139 W. Call Street 1I'in.' llri'HMIIIKI (
\ !Starlit! florlds MOT IHcceiMl cup, fold wiilorI I II.'f It'llMIMIIIMH' gr/Itq'.I. 'I'MIIIII'A '
-- 5189,95 \ I ll-IIMI|MW>n will 1 sup| finely fluill. fl'llTV"
v-- class peeUcet said 2 lnl"li>nNionN| U'innn juio- I i Clip (fllll'lv llll. I'll

W.T. SSSode \ Stark. Florid j II'IIMINN'n| 11t'1'1'r 1 j ..u"11"11" .. / I./.r. / ".".,, ..

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8hecrl) ... Bates:
.. Sprinkle! Ri'liiliiip iiilil, 1 wnI l"r in miiniMmn, .li> wfli-n. I'liu-i''.
!. trade arcs IS." per over low heal.. tot rrilill r.,nnlHnllv' until Klnli". IN IIMMII\IH. | |.
Gas And Appliances yen.a ..11 ilxOnUlde llcmovi' from heal: .dol| | ....II.|| Irniiin; JIIMI..* null |M-HT. <'mil ** '
trade sits I.Sf Add mavonneisl': mix in remaining; inun-dirnM. 'I 1 urn inln n 5eor.er .r later Your frroritt Owo/er"
8-cup |1'11'; ( I"n or mold: chill until' firm linnmlil' on crisp,
per yisri W.H sU melM greerla.YIFi.n.

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These 38 wiggly youngsters_graduated from "the" '1971-72 Sue, Robert. Bellamys'' second row' Tomy Diggs, Charlie;
Head Start program In ceremonies attended by ''about 50 Pelhams, Ronald Ferguson Valerie Jenkins Christopher t by Frigidaire ,
persons Friday In the Anderson Momentary: School' In I.awThomas, Lcttimore Williams, Russell McKenzIe and Ker-
tey. ry Hall; third row Leon Anderson Teresa Meston Annette
In the too Photo (I-r) are: first row- Sheila, '''Henderson. Lee Darrel Chandler and Darlyle Jenkins. Teachers. are
Cathy Tyson Tangula Parks Timothy Nugent Clifford De- Mrs. Mobley and Miss Murphy.;

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.;..: :, ,I Our Introductory shipment of Frigidaire COLD ONES has just arrived! And we're so

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not a Frigidaire. see why when you see all the benefits of the COLD ONES.
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have Insurance been Commissioner-Tre adopted by Florida County area says R. Fontana I packed Frigidaire with Refrigerator features Inside Is ,- l .'.', + 1-year Warranty for repair of
social security field represen- any defect the entire prod.OW.I t
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away in sustained hurricane mission workers salaried employees I I with a 3.44 cu. ft. ,
force winds up to 125 miles per farmers professional, freezer that stores up 'o ".
hour or buckling due to pres- 120 Ibs. Also In the -te'
and businessmen. Door Room
w" Storage. for
eft sure of tie-down straps, O'- Effective January 1, 1972. the freezer: 2 Ice cube trays 17 eggs, plus Spreads
Malley pointed out. earnings, base (that portion of -- and a full-width door "w. compartment, deep door
I earnings used to compute social I shelf to help organize shell
Iniprovettlent I A l freezer space _.. i I
M ur He participating also said that In each the countynow windstorm raised security from; $7.800 benefits( to 9.000) was !II II II.R II.

Charles Blalock opened a meat market 'last Nov. 15 underwriting insurance This means a worker earning Easy Cleaning. All refrig-
pool that intends to Include em e m did I
mobile $9,000 In 1972 will' \ have a e r erator shelves are removable
In the rear of )the Handy-Way Store (former Davit Grocery homes must enact a tie- $1,200 boost In credits over t. b q for at-the-slnk
) at Brownie and Lake Street. down ordinance meeting or exceeding 1971 when $7,800 was the max 3 washing. t
the new tie-down performance imum.
Instead of handing meat actress the counter Blolack standards.O'Malley According to Fontana. raising

was on the receiving end Tuesday when he received a the earnings base will I= =
Bradford Improvement Award from Improvement..Commit, adopted the new He- result\ In higher benefit rates DAYS .. :
tee Chairman John bander: *. down standards which were required for all workers affected. This, gl
by a law passed in the In turn will bring higher payment ONLY
1972 Legislature after a pub to the worker and to eligible \ Mood FCW177Ta
More Families Eligible ,, lic hearing In Tallahassee.\ family dependents when a
I claim: for benefits is filed.
For Rural Mobile homeowners In coax Despite the higher benefit
Housing Loans! tal areas who have not been schedule there I I. no Increasefor Terms t

'. able to buy windstorm Insurance the contribution rate for I' Frigidaire! 20.5 cu. ft. Frost-Proof To
Many additional families In "The new p /wUl assist may now be Insured 1972. It remains at 5.270 for the

Florida are now eligible for rural families in which the.'wife's Income through Ute Florida Windstorm amount employee from with a 5.2 Ute%matching Refrigerator Suit Your
housing loans from the Farmers is needed tb I.Improve the Underwriting Association: when employer. '
Home Administration, standard of living If the wife the county; they live In adopts Self-employed individuals like- ,
"FHA State Director Claude L. Is the minimum& wise pay the same contributionas
the 'principal Breadwinner, standards and has BIG Refrigerator with a 3 82 cu.ft. __ BudgetWINKUR'S
Greene. Jr. of Gainesville has already last year -- 7 V2'.
the rule does notTapply. This adopted the Southern freezer that stores up to 203 Ibs. And .
-
announced. change will In no way affect Standard Building Code or its 100% Frost-Proof. You'll never have
"In families where both husband our expanding service to low-' equivalent and minimum I Door to defrost Add-On Automatic Ice
and wife are employed" income families ,Mr. Smith y Maker be Installed'
.' elevation requirements applying may now or later tr. t
Mr. Greene explained"the new said. 151V1
to new dwellings and commercial 1f (at additional charge).Reversa-doors v '!t7r; ,
half of the wife'sgross
policy permit ,
/ structures.The may be hinged fo right.or left-hand a
Income: to be excludedin Loans may be'made to. families Florida Windstorm opening If you move or remodel.
determining whether the total Underwriting Association 1* a Separate Meat Tender keeps most "" -. ,
,
that
will -
Income within the but buildhom.8
or
family '
fresh ,
pool of Insurance companiesdoing meals up to 7 days.
maximum limit''' for loan ell- _
In open country town lihll
or business In Florida and S t1 i Br
gibility.; of up to 10OOTpoputation. and. sharing premiums and losses
For example, the husband Is whoare not able;to. secure for this hard-to-obtaln coverage. $ .: fi nc
the principal: source of Income credit
from
with $6,000. His wife earns J'fguIaItcommerclal According to O'Malley's
4000. His entire Income plus : office, 15 counties are now' eligible / 'j'jI. I
half of his wife's, or $2,000 sources. 'Corrrpleta Information to. participate In the pool I 4hI4 jJI

y .totals Florida's$8,000.moderate() This Income Is within level lip K. Is Morris available Acting from County Phi tor commercial Insuranc.structures.on dwellings and ilillBH!I 234 K: Temple! Ave.

Supervisor P. O. Box 1281. Model FFCI zosia r$1Q'a"aa
of $8OOO 80 the family For additional information mokey Says: Phone %7596
Farmers Gainesville or from any of the contact 8ese.rchStatisticsand
may be eligible for a .
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Home Administration loan. Consumer Information, Room Wildfire* make it America

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SetsToBeSheriff: Senator W. E. Bishop, so pit Into the general appropriations the newly created Veterans. Affairs cilia High School and earned
Q.uest veteran I legislator of Lake City; billMore Committee. In his ap his Bachelor's) and Master's. FLORID
announced Wednesday June 28, recently San. Bishop pointment Thomas told Bishop degrees at the University ox' !
be will be a candidate for the was named by Senate President that "as a veteran yourself you Florida. He Is married to the I WILDLlFE' $*
newly created District Five Jerry Thomas to serve on are much aware of the problems former Virginia Hodges of
seat which encompasses six now confronting many Jasper and they are the parents ,/
teen counties of North and veterans." of Attorney w. t.!. uisnop.
COMMENTS ON THE OUTDOORS
Central. Florida. REC Jr., of Ocala and Mrs. Diane r.
Bishop points out that he White wife of Captain Ed
Sen. Bishop, Incumbent In the by
Mule Carter, Jr., <43, a lifelong present District Six, currently CENTERFORSYTH was Senate the to only vote member against Manda-of the White. Moody AFB. i

resident of Bradford County represents the counties of Col- tory Increased limits of auto With a background In educa- Dr. O.E. Frye, Jr. t

; ; announced this week Ms o umbia, Hamilton Suwannee, Insurance. He cited that now tion, he Is a former residentof Director ,"
candidacy for the Sheriffs office r- adI. Madison, Taylor Jefferson PLUMBING bills are being circulated to Hamilton. WaKulla and ,
being vacated by retiring Wakulla, Franklin, Gulf and CIVITAN CLUB repeal the legislation Jackson Counties beforefcom.. GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION ,

Sheriff P. D. Reddish Liberty.The; LEAD JUNIOR log to Lake City; and establishing ,
,I. In ---------- .
Senatorial seat
new In notingthe Incumbent
BOYS SOFTBALL t Sen-
Carter Is a sixteen-year-old Insurance -
president of the District Five will represent
ator's i
Starke-Br adfod other accomplishments and real estate agen- FPR.So( ) we're all highly little cousin of the daytime
County Cham-
; Alachua, Baker Bradford, Columbia Forsyth Plumbing and the .durJnqr his eight
ber of Commerce having been Dixie -Cllchrlst, Hamilton. Civitans lead the Junior Boys member of the House years as a cy. He Is a past presidentof advanced people bereft of old bushy-tail is a night rover he j
and Senate
a member of Its Board c- the Lake City; Board of and convincedthat may keep frightened folk awade 1
of Governors Lafayette Marion,Nassau Softball League with one win It reveals that he superstitions
was a Realtors and the Lake
for, three years, and City-; there are reasons for with his comings and goings.
Suwannee. Union, the western each as most of the games member of 4he Committee on Columbia
County
has been employed with the part of Clay Including Mld- have been washed out during Public Roads and Highwayswhen Commerce.In ; Chamber of everything that happens. Raccoons are pretty silent
Florida Power & Light Co. for dleburg Penney Farm., Clay. the past week the Interstate system was Why do we panic at things workers evident only in subtle
the past 20 years. tlll Hill and Keystone Heights, all In the only game played, In set UP In Florida and a member concluding announcementof that go bump In the night? scratchings and low calls when
He graduated from Bradford ,. of Putnam west of the St.Johns the pas week I, Forsyth Plumb- of the House committee his candidacy, Sen. Bishop Among these, there Is a raising a brood of young. Flying
High School In 1947, attended River all of Levy except areas blng downed Mr. Otto's Jaycees which Introduced legislation said that he feels his experience ) scrabbling on the roof, a squirrels often arrive with a !
the University of Florida, and of Cedar Key and Yankeetownand 18-13 Wednesday June 21. creating the Junior college system and proven dedication scratching the chimney an definite thump and then patter
served eight years In the Florida the South and East parts Fersyth's broke out on top In Florida. warrants his return to the Legislature alien tick of sound in the deep like disembodied spirits
National Guard. Active In" of Taylor County; Including the and looked as through they and asks the sup- night. Poltergeists Cculies' At Neither are very destructive.
Born In Jefferson
civic, community and business City; of Perry. would take the game In five Bishop Is a graduate. County of Au-; port dI.trlct.C01TON'S of.all residents of the new least something that bears Some countrymen welcome

affairs, he Is a charter mem- With the past session of the Innings, as they led In the investigation. them and smile as they assess
ber of the Starke Golf & Legislature creating staggered third 13-3. But O-J weren't J Game management the night sounds and drift off
Country Club Past Presidentof .terms for Florida Senators, finished as they: came back In authorities and naturalists are into deep and dreamless sleep.
the Lions Club and the bottom of the third to Others majority of city-
curren- Bishop had the choice of run- regularly paged by frightened
tly a member of the Board of ning for the two-year seat In .cor..six runs to cut the lead citizens. Some animal has Invaded bred folk are frightened by the
Directors: a member of the District Six or the four-year to 139. Forsyth then picked their premises and unknown. They fret and fume

Starke Elks Lodge, having Maxie Carter seat In District Five and chose im In the two fifth runs sixth In the and fourth.seventhInnings one >t Idu please remove it or kill it for and petition for exterminationof

served as Exalted Ruler 20 years, he wished to continueto the latter. Both District seats O-J couldn't thwlth. all things that go bump in the
and chairman of' the be of service to the citizens represent the same counties. until,. the final Inning score when again The management folk offer night. Supremely ignorant of

Board of Trustees; a member of Bradford County.; In making Us announcement, they plated four runs. ', advice and privately shake wildlife these wellmeaningfolk
of Bradford Masonic Lodge "I believe that I can best Sen. Bishop said that he would Ricky Thompson led the win- their heads. Ignorance breeds overlook the obvious clues.A .
No. 35, the Bradford County; accomplish this objective by lend the same fair and impar- ners with a four for five performance fear, and fear leads to unnecessary raccoon never chooses a
Farm Bureau North Florida serving as your sheriff," be tial representation to the new Donald Wheeler Allen c violence. It might be cold chimney for his abode
Poultry Producers Association, said. district he has to his present Thornton, Rudi Thornton, wise to lay the ghost and see unless there is easy access. He

and the North Florida Fox Hunters Carter has been actively associated district which stretches some and Tony Osteen each had Just what goes bump in the needs a tree that spreads its
Association He has also with the poultry business 240 miles East and West across two hits. Ed Watts had a perfect night. limbs close to a roof for he's a
served as chairman of the for more than seven North Florida. "1 will continueto day at the plate for the Lots of things qualify but two corpulent old type-adept at
Bradford County; March of years, being support the views of my losers retting four hits. In as p are most likely. Raccoons and climbing, but not much given to
president of CHH to
Dimes campaign. Farms, Inc. and constituents as thev are related many trips to the plate. But yr flying squirrels. Both are more leaping.
In announcing his candidacy The Board of Directors a member of to the good of the indi- Brown had two hits. I > a R numerous than a human being The flying squirrel Is a
of Pine
Carter said that because of Air Farms vidual communities; counties, SCHEDULE Thursday. June y imagines and both are prone to greater leaper: he soars
his Interest and activity In He Is a member of The First districts and the state. as a 29 5:30 p.m. ioraytlt vs take advantage of the shelter through the air by flattening his
community; affairs for the past Baptist Church of Starke and whole," Bishop added. Civitans; Monday July 3 5:30: offered by man's habitations.If. body and utilizing loose flesh

Is married to the former 1 Kitty Bishop who has been labeledby Jaycees Wednesday Otto's- tr between fore and hind legs. But
Robbery ; Judd. The Carters have two the news media as one of ; July 5 t for example you discovera he needs a launching pad, and
sons, Keith 12 5:30: p.m. Branding Iron vs raccoon on the roof look for a this-usually- a nearby tree.
and Brad, 17. the lone voices of the small +
Civitans. brood somewhere in an unused
His trejactory is always a
Doesn't StopHoneymoon Dr. O. L. Haynes, Jr. has counties left In then. Senate, chimney, often right behind the downward flight for he's
been named as Carter's cam- notes that over'tWWrds: of flues in a cold fireplace. Leave strictly a heavler-than-air

paign treasurer and Harold Florida's counties have less them alone and they'll go away. machine Deterrents? You

F. Godwin will be campaign than 40,000 population whereas j I": .': I, '" ,;9!: Raccoons are pests, but can fell adjacent trees and use
With all of their clothes coordinator. the new reapportionment legislation GOLDE ii11i'ttJUCH they're not dangerous and they guns or poisons to exterminate
eta
ties every one of these won't other
OF HOSPITALITY destroy property harmless visitors.Or .
len and other items
taken Saturday personal night Neighbors small counties in with'an urban 'I than up-ending garbage cans you can welcome them as
My
a
newly
area. He says that his en- MjJ'JI and raiding patches of sweet "
wed Starke couple did not let "the man who came to dinner
It spoil their honey moon: tire background, as It Is orien- corn In the hot nights of July understand their needs and

they came back home, got more 1&: ted to small rural business areas, agricultureand BY JANE ASHLEY and August The wild 'coon Is employ native Intelligence to
,
clothes and took off again. I background Use Sauce for bad news only when cornered or banish fear.
r 1 will serve to keen a voice for Flavor Accent SEPARATES SCHEME-Play it smart and hurt and then he's a whirlwindof Fully understood most of the
Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Kirkland -' kM + I Ia the small counties. Bishop snappy in sportswear separates of dlshtowel-plald cotton. sharp teeth and slashing things that go bump in the night
of Starke were staying known as a fiscal conservative, Chefs the world over have Cuffed pants and matching battle jacket at left make a win- claws. Flying squirrels are are natural-indeed a con
In the University; Inn In says "I Just do not concur with often-b 1Ilt their reputations on ning combo with a cotton sleeveless turtleneck. At right, the quite as Inoffensive. If there's well
firmation that all Is in
the excellence of their a
Gainesville and discovered Sun- 0 the current trend to continual I sauces. layered}!: look goes to new lengths in a split-front long skirt. ready they well
Salsa Crlolla de Tomates Is access may wonderful world.
Its paired with a cotton knit ribbed undershirt and long-
hands a
day morning that their car had put government's deeper
the creation of an Argentinianchef. take up residence In an atic and down under
sleeved belge-on-beige shirt. All separates from Habitat. Smile Snuggle
been robbed of clothes into the pockets of "
a pistol taxpayers,
It uses Ingredients almost because this big-eyed strange
1 the coverlets and go to sleep.frAAAftAAAAAAfr.
and the he added.
dome on the over- ; everyone has on .hand at all -
head light In the car., _
.. Bishop who Is chairman of times. A AAAA AAAAAAAA **
They reported the crime to I ;' .tt.,..,.,.. As the name suggests It 1 -
the Gainesville Police' *" and "1' the Senate'Agriculture committee -
has a tomato base. In addition
with the state Rep.
the Starke Police. "Oixtpx! I .nlmitMt. forgot l along the flavors of mushroom parsley .
No finger prints were foundon today WAS paydayuaxn't! Howell Lancaster o( Trenton, and bay leaf go Into it. The
has been honored
signally
on a C
the
car. II?" statewide basis by the Farm and sauce thickened Is seasoned very just lightly right ire hrysler.Plymoufh'u.s.

Bureau and the Citrus Com- with
a small amount of corn
mission for outstanding con- starch. It Is good served with
tributions to the state's. econ- chicken, rice, beef and omelets, 301 North Phone 964-6600
omy. The two were also pri-
marily responsible for legislation Salsa Crlolla De Tomates

.y School Florida.providing at the University a Veterinary; of 1(1((Parsley tomatoes pound Tomato 12: .ounce Sauce) can .BIG 1972 NEW


Meeting with Dr. York and 1 ((3-ounce) can mushroom*,
Dean Cornelius of the U. of F. drained and chopped .
tar last, world most pop- tar ,.*,pomr for.wg.. loba, M.1,.,Oaiolar mo..wora_ 1 teaspoon chopped parsley
tractor!Pomftul M-np in.ll-ob| .sonomy 6>-l>p ,..,.,with powartul_... School of Agriculture, they lent
Parklna gaa or raeortfoatParklna. ,.. or dlasat'on. aMal(( -...) ,
angina' Advancad ,In..Advanced Parguaon _.... Advanced ParguaonFarguaon 1 teaspoon Bait
Sytlam hydrauSyatam.hydraulic. .Optional" Britain, .....,........Optional site planning for the purposeof V. teaspoon pepper
,
Ilea Optional PnMaura Con- Praaaura Control Chooio ',...u,.Control Cnooao securing a federal grant. 1 leaf
trot A lot tor IMmon.l, 12........ Multt-Powar or I3-.,... MultlPowarornaw Bishop drafted the necessarybill bay CAR
:2 starch
tablespoons corn
&-aofiltraiMnirMlon" now I maatf tranammmn
and secured 42
signaturesIn
!/t water
Florida cup
Equipment UCnlnl'1752.1611 the Senate and the bill also
IMTIUCMAM6C."1 U.t.41 L...CITY. FlOMOA J10M IVIP passed the House as Itwas pre- Mix together tomatoes mush
The al- rooms parsley sugar, salt pep-
sented. legislature was
per and bay leaf in saucepan.
Cook over medium heat stirring A'
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r occasionally about 10 min
utes or until mixture comes to
BOBBY'S HIDEAWAY PRESENTS I I a boll. Reduce heat; cover and
simmer 20 minutes.

Remove bay leaf. With a
spoon stir corn starch with ClearanceMust
Tito of Unusual Entertainment
.Nights water. Then stir into tomato
mixture. Stirring constantly
bring to a boil and boll 1 min
ute. Makes 3 H cups.

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hits hlsuelf.the head VIC VICKERY
whenever he thinks of din. Fury III

Plus-The Jimmy Strickland Band criaiinatory I"Civitans 2 Dr. Hardtop, Torqueflir

Vinyl Roof, AirCondid..ed
Radio, Power Brake.
HonorRevMrs.Hogan ) and Steering

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Hypnosis Wheel Cnere, WSW
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Where The Action Is retiring Rev and from Mrs.the W.First A. Hogan Baptist -

Church of Starke at the end 35 Totquefljt Trans, Power e o r

j of the month, were honored $3978; Steering Radio, Air Cond.,
BOBBY'SHIDEAWAY Tuesday morning by the StarkeClvltan 5a
h Club at Its breakfast 318 CID, 8 Cly.

meeting. and more
Rev. Hogan'has been member aj Stock No. 314 With
of the local Clvltan Club
sine August 1M3. He has Tom Collins
served as chaplain and on various j3 Or r

The committees.Hogsns moving 3 A Few Chrysler Executive 3476 Vic Vick ryl t.

U.S. 301 North of Waldo to Pensacola when they have Lease Cars

built a new home.. > rAt

The Clvltan Club Is participating > BIG DISCOUNTS! TODAYljune
la toe Honor America, ,
Day. next Tuesday July 4. 3 ,
and. will sell corn on the cobat
the fairgrounds.
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TourneyOn Coca Cola behind the two bit Southern Discount the second. was himself reared attempting plate. stand up for a victory.
pitching of 10 year old Sill Ray- to reach second base. This Prevatt blasted one that hit Discount made some kind
Jackson burn and a two run blast by half.Discount won'.game numberone could have been a very big the Scoreboard in center field threat In every Inning .but wasmin
Prevatt, edged Southern Coke the for home which account
Tap 4 play for as next two a run
Discount 2-1 to claim tile of the series 13-1 and Coke, by coke.
The secoreculsed
Coke's two
ed for runs.
championship of the 1972 Ban- the second game 19-10. batters were walked before the with two

6The tam Boys Baseball League. Coca Cola won the pre-game final batter of the Inning was next with two coke the exception batters singledand 0 f a i outs Discount put two runnerson
July coin toss and elected to be the retired. with a base on balls and an I
This game was the third of home team sending Discountto In the bottom of the first double In the third Inning anda '

a best two of three series which the plate. Discount's first Cok,,', lead off batter poppedout base on balls the champshad error but Kayfturn recordedthe I

9 reYv was played to determine the batter reached home base safely to the short stop. Then no other base runners in third out with a strike out.

third Annual Women's league champion since Coke on an error. The next batter Richard Hall doubled and the game. However they hadtwo In the fourth inning two errors I

Slow Pitch Softball Tournament NN N H, np had won the first half and forced the runner out and then Jackson prevail came to the runs and they "made them and a base on balls loaded the

sponsored by the Starke 4. .14 bases with two outs but Ray-
Parks &Recreation Departmentis t burn again ended the threatwltha
scheduled to be played In 4 4Til strike .

Starke, Thursday through Sunday Much Offense In the fifth inning! Discount
July 6-9. Improved again threatened. Randy Ed-

This will be the third conse- mondson reached base via an

cutive year for the event to be l .,M TT error and Keith Kelley followed
held with this year's field to with Discount's first

be Increased from eight teamsto hit cf the game,. sending Ed-
thirteen. Seen For BHS Gridders"We
.., mondson to third On the next
\. Gainesville Tire has won the .
"''
-I' pitch, Kelly stole second base
two
previous tourneys and will ;.t t
..I'c
be back to defend their two ,qtr ,itot., On the throw to second Ed-

time title ., ..... should be much Improved With Hayes at tight end. tackle could fill there very Strickland, 135-11, Is expected mondson attempted] to steal
.4
fyHy .
"However, while we will na, ...b bw offensively over last Flynn could then best rested capably If needed. Hurse says, to improve. home but was thrown out on a
not attempt to predict a winner season," says veteran Brad- for defensive duties at the although Dyal will be used primarily Two sprinters Levy LenShon very close play to end the

we do believe that the ford High Grid Mentor David roving linebacker (monster) again this season on and Tim Clark, could see inning.

Tire team will be hard pressed ... Hurse of his upcoming 1972 spot. action at wide receiver but both
defense. Wayne Norman 155- In the sixth inning Discount
to win It a third consecutivetime football team 30 boys whichhe need to work on catching the
12, has good experience at offensive Mlt-
," says Recreation Director thinks are good enough to The 1972 backfleld wUl be football.AtquarterbackJwrlorChar. again threatened as Roger
tackle and could
all the to the Class come zel led things off with a double
Gene Ray burn. go way sound Coach Hurse points Into his
Teams entered in the tourney U txt 3A state championshiD. own Hurse says."The ie Green backs up Eddie Haien. Discount's. second and final hit,

are: Blalocks Meat Mar elusive out.Eddie Hagen 155-12 will be boy. who plays center Green will give Hazen a good An error then allowed Mltzel
ket, Colonial Florist Koch rn That Is a dream enough the best quarterback In the for us must do both well," battle for the QB post, but the to score and put the tieing run

Drugs, and Norman Farms, all so that many, many Florida Star Conference,Hurse Coach horse points out. For senior has the advantage of a on second base. But Rayburn
from Starke. From Gaines good football teams miss It, or" predicts. Malachl Henry will be that reason Lambus Is not out year's experience. the star- got the next batter to ground

ville are Yellow Cab. Johnson where a little good luch at the the best running back, the coach of the picture at center. He Is tor. Green was out of the running out and recorded the final out

& Hayes, and the Tire right time or a little bad luckat savs. at 17512. the team's utility", man, having with a leg broken In a himself with a strike out and
team. Other teams are St. 1"a the wrong time can mean the Wayne Teston.. 160-12. has' played center, guard, and motorcycle-car accident last with It the Championship.

Augustine, }"t. Lauderdale difference Hurse is groominghis been used primarily as a defensive tight end. If Lambus keeps season_but he's worked hardest Both pitchers, Rayburn and

Lake City; Satellite Beach, Ivory Jones trios to steal tMi bate {for Shulord's 66 1972 team for that top spot; .specialist c the pest working as be did this spring of all this summer to Improve Winkler pitched One games.
Jacksonville, and Macclenh\y. baseball team but fails and I.I out. he thinks this crew can be that two seasons But this spring he'll land a startin 4. bertJh himself, Coach Hume Rayburn while allowing but two
We Teston was the best running somewhere, Hurse says. pinta out.Ronnie hits. Issued five walks but
Tabbed among the pretourney were really young at over-all to 1972 offense 150-11 back
: '" back and best performer Key a good flail up struck out six and several werebftouta.
favorites by Tourney Dir the beginning of last season'We In the Tornado camp. Henry at running back. Hall .

ector Gene Rayburn are defending improved steadily." says Coach Hurse says films show Wayne Iambus Is a proven was the JV quarterback andcould'
Sh the Tornado mentor of 1971 ."Wlnkler In a losing effort
ford Nine record .
champs Gainesville at and
k wouldn't surprise me if performer guard, provides l be a valuable asset thereSee
Tire; Johnson-h ayes, the current of ,-%- Bradford lost he's right up there with Hen- valuable death there as pitched good' .enough to win most

Gainesville Women's lead Just four starters from that ry. He can play football too." well as,' at center and tight ( Page 7). games.
er undefeated In league play; football team tight end Teston is listed as a wide end. Ife'I.is definitely a candidate -

Jacksonville Gatorettes, win- Charles Wright, center FareIon receiver now, but can play full 'for a starting guard spot
ner of a recent Lake City; Loses OpenerStarke McClellan guardlinebacker back too.Working. and is expected to give Dennis -
Tournament which Included Joey Branson and flanker depth Into the backfield Crawford and Gary'Melvin -

Johnson-Hayes, Satellite Beach back Bernard Brown. coaches used Vernon a run for their money
Meta and Ft. Lauderdale.The "They were four good football Barber as fullback this springand
Satellite Team Is a baseballers lost their hitting two of four and making players," says Hurse. Wayn Teston at running Chuck Norton, 180.11, Is up

farm team for the widely known first game Monday night against. six outs on the opposing .Looking ahead to this Septembers back. Both performed et... from the Junior varsity; and
Comets and sbqold bo'tough.... Green C v..N;I'" 111'Cur' ,#.---'v' .""team;:; McKinhep"aIf6Jflfch4ro : the BUS coach sees A fecttvely, Hurse says.very"1'he. could develop Into a top notch'
)i Utffla1 known'about' the Ft.. 'vt." 'bIgKDgnebirlehwiJ l ; \ &lffl'&>$ Innings of the gamest44gdEddie strong 'Tornado LBnehand.,, gas coaches did what they set out guard Norton had a slow start uat'
Lauderdale" but It is assumed oar mistakes because we have flaxen did a good job sound backfield. There will be this spring but finished strong
to do In the build
to /be strong coming from not practices but once' and at the mound during the 'two depth enough to switch off at In the backfield.spring" and showed good Improvement
depth
that area. this was our first' game," said Innnlngs that he pitched 'and most positions, In case of in- Teston and <' Steve Strick- Coach Hurse says .

First game of the tourney Coach Bushore; also hit two of four.Four pitchers Jury, without really' hurting land, 135-12, give the team "By the time he gets a couple -
"Some of the boys have .pitched two Innings each. of games under his bolt
will put' Starke Koch Drugs never the performance of the team good experience at wide out
against defending champs played' before and we are The other two pitchers wereCharlie Hurse points out. position Hursetays. Chuck could be fighting for a '

,.. Gainesville Tire at 1 p.m. going up against some older Green and Dwayne Har- Depth at the Tornado line starting position" the coach tM
Thursday night.Complete teama.'L added Bushore. dee. Green batted 1 out of 3. The tackle position should be
will be from such
schedule will be In Danny McKinney was one of The team 'sponsored by Improved with starters Ver- Carl Luther 180-12 players used as says.Early Chandler, 170-10 is

next week's Telegraph. the best performers of the night Shufords 66 and Starke 66, who non Barber, 185-12, and Randy as a,middle,guard primarily last- the only sophomore on the varsity.
donated the that Gaskins. 165.12 back He Is slated to
Jerseys they for what Luther will back ; see action -
wear. should be their best season. up atguard.Chandler Is knownas
: season.
First N. Fla. Judo "We are Just trying to gain Both should be Improved. Randy and Gaskins is slated at offensive to tackle a tough football player:
see quitea
experience for the baseball Barber "He'll "Hurse
was used at fullback go get you. says.
bit of
action there. Hursesays Member of the
I team next year, we are not In spring drills second place Southern Discount
but Tornado Coaches would not bestlate At tight end Greg Reddish,
Tourney Held At KH really trying to win," said coaches are not certain where to use him at offensive- 155-12, and Donald Loper 150->> team are:

Bus ore, he will be used this fallmay 11, up from the Junior varsity; ,
I tackle. Charles Crawford, up Sitting. Mark Co wart; Kneeling (1.r-( ) Johnny Cowart
be at
tackle to back and could
compliment the up Flynn seea
from the Junior varsity will
; ,
The first-ever Junior Oly- Club, those Judokas placing in line, especially since two-year see action at weak side tackle. lot of action. Jerry Blolock, Steve Breaker, Randy Edmonton, Bill.

mpic Judo Tournament In the top three of their divisionare starter Brad Carter is still Hayes Is listed as the startIng Hard working Billy Blgham, Lundy and Donald Lott.. ''Standing- Mike Dykes Harley
GM Set around to hold down the fullback 150-12 has experienced at wide ,
North Florida was held in Keystone eligible for the Regional strong side tackle now ,
Heights last Saturday. Junior Olympic Tournament to spot"The But Bobby Dyal, 180-12, a stalwart receiver behind Teston and can Ingle, Roger Miti.l Wade W nkl.r, Keith Kelly, and

Competing against',"top" Ju- be held in Miami next month.In line, to me, Is Impor performer at defensive also play fullback. StuartNorman's Coach Randall Davis.Second .
dokas from throughout the state all, nearly 60 young judo- For BigTourney tent says Hurse. He believe

including such places as Cocoa, kas, ages 9-16Bathered at the a coach can take a good Una
Orlando, St. Petersburg, and Keystone Heights'High School and a pretty, good backfield

Tallahassee, four members of gymnasium: to compete In the and come up with a good football Wins Half -

the local,Metros. Judo Club AAU sanctioned meet which, but not the other way .
placed In- the! top three of their Bass .said,',,"was a huge success around. The backfield should

-I,1 respective) age divisions They ." Bass' added that he was Green Machine will travelto compliment the line, Hurse to' Women's 11
are: Eddie McDonald, lu* first in high hopes, of having the Cocoa Beach for the Cocoa says Softba ChampionshipThe

placet Ronald Graham, 13, secilr tourney again.;lit Keystone Firecracker 400 Softball Tour Good strength can also be -
ond place Tommy Schult. 11, Heights next year. nament which will host 72
found at the guard position with Norman's winners had 17 base hits
Farm June 22.Norman's
closed out .
day,
third and Scott Bass 15 Softball teamson BLALOCK'S
place mens slow pitch 22
National Junior starters Dennis Crawford, 175-' while limiting Koch Drugs to
The Olympic regular season play by winning showed a lot of
third Softball diamonds. BARRETT'S
place. \ six separate 0
12, and Gary Melvin, 180-12, five. The Florist
only girls
their fifth
Tournament will be held consecutive: contestto
According to George Bass, poise and confidence In coming Blalock's Meat Market finished -
later this summer In Seattle returing. Wayne Lambus, 160- win the second half championship were paced by the four-for-
tournament director and also "Green Machine should rated 12 the best back from the brink of the season in front only
director of the Melrose Jl-kto Washington reported Ba... In the top 10 teams at the was performingguad : : of the woman's soft- disaster to win this game Blalock' four performance of Cissy Long of winless Barrett's,ending It's
In spring! drills, how ball league. and the three-for-four of SandiRegistjL
general man had Norman's the winning
tourney, says on regular season on a
ever, and could work Into .Barbara itolllngs-
a ager Townsend Strickland a ropes, leading them 13-3 and note by trouncing hapless Barrett's
Norman's
went Into
starting position Hums points the final worth, Barbara Brown, and
Furniture from needed only to record three 22-0 In three Innings,
Howard's game Monday night, June 26, Kathy Seely had two hits Car- .
North Carolina, is the favored out.Center outs without giving up a run June 23.Blalock's.
is a big hole to fill needing only to win to Yew m" olyn Redding had two for' the -
team. They were the world softball Farelon McClellan will be hardto the title. A loss would have and the game would have been losers. rapped the ball well
champions last year and .. over. for 18 hits and were paced by
are rated in the top three In candidates replace Hurse Steve admits. Top place them'In a tie with Col: However, Blalock's left the NORMAN'S 11 the three-for-lhree performance -

q the nation this year. 180-11 and are 6-3 Register onial Florist. barn door open and Norman's COLONIAL 7 of Pam Rayburn*.Jency
Teams from Florida, Georgia up from the Norman's was without a doubt stormed through\ It scoring six This month late Watson was three-for-tour,
v Alabama South Carolina, Junior' varsity 15 ; and Stanley the hottest team In the league runs in me bottom of the fifth In beinr game played was due a to the "* while Pam Macy, Cheryl Phil
Tennessee, and West Virginia Crawford -12. Crawford Is during the entire second half to trail 913. Than at the conclusion which forced It's postponementback lips, Ginger Bleasdale and Sandra -
listed first
will be at the tournament. on the roster, but of play, losing only one game of six Innings Nor In May and no one knowsto Ebllng had two hits. Carol
Isn't
GM's first game 4s. Friday difference there really between that the much two by a single run 5-4. to Bla- .man'* trailed only by one 13- whose advantage that was. Kouba had Barrett's tone hit.
,
lock's.Real. ""
10:30 p.m, against Binghamainsulation 14. But one thing for Nor-
Hurse and battle sure
from Miami. If the says, a as key to Norman's sue- In the bottom of the seventh man's needed and won the NORMAN'S 12
likely to brew when fall drills game
Green Machine should win the begin. ce.. was a come-from-behind the Inexperience of Blalock'syoung by the score of 11-7. The win KOCH'S 5Norman's
game their next will be against win over Blalock's last week. girls allowed Norman'sto defeated Koch's
Register can slant block but was a very big one for Norman' -
favored Howard Fur- Had Norman's dropped that score the 5 In the final regular season
is less adept at driving straight tying; and winning and Just that big a loss
niture. ahead to block one the best they could have run without benefit oft for Colonial since the win game and with the win wrappedup
;:: Warren Motors of Jacksonville Crawford is the opposite.is Hurse. says then done was a tie with Col- a base hit. Three errors, the brought Norman's to within one the second half title Monday,

,,':1.'t": this year's host of the onial. The second half champs, third one coming with two win of the second half title June 26.This .

"I ,world championships will also a strong from the finished the season with a. outs, spelled gloom and defeat an d practically ellmtnat.dColoniaL game like so many otherWomen's
game
be competing In the Firecracker string of five consecutive wins for Blalock's and happiness for games this year,
Ricky Schultz end John In the Motors two guards and the center, rocked along with neither team
Rowland Completed 400. Last year Warren Norman's.
the coach points out.HI feel and will take that momentum The game rocked along In the
able to bust loose In the
i Junior Olympic, Judo Tourney, held Sotur f a iy''. >:Th.y ore In the was nation.Strickland rated. In the top nine when youcenter get down to It, the Into. a best two of three series 15-lu BlalockV's but also outhit"outorrorred"them Norman's early Innings with neither team 1nnJIq.. early

else. .members'ef the Molrese Judo Club./' 1 and two guards must with Koch's,the JUst half able to gain a*big advantage '
: says tha all of the show improvement It-a. Debbie Bleasdale, Norman's led 2-1 after the Going Into (the fifth Norman'sled
: injured players have recupe- champs determine tne league Cheryl Phillips, Pam Macy, first, fell behind 3-2 and then 4-L In the top of the fifth
.I rated and will be at full strengthfor Cray. Flynn 165-12, injury champion., Loser of the series Jency Watson, Ginger Bleas regained the lead 5-3 at tend Koch's plated two runs to narrow
Athlete
.. Union. ,. (Sets Offer the first time In six weeks. prone the past two seasons, will be the league runner-up dale, and Sandra Ebllng each of three. They Increasedthis the gap but In the bottom
\ Last weekend Green Machine but one of<< the best receivers team. had two hits for the losers. lead to 8-3 and then to of that inning Norman's scored
Cason'\ the fourth Union went to Tallahassee to play; In on the team, is now listed at The play-off will get underway Kelly Richards paced her 10-3 after five complete In- five runs and It was all over.

I Union County High's baseball County; athlete to earn a scholarship the Capitol City; Invitational tight end. He is more valuaba tonight (Thursday, team going' three-for-four. nings. Colonial made a last Norman's outhit Koch's only

_. pitcher, shortstop and third (his year. Footballer where they played their worst to the team now U a defensive June 29) with a double header ron Howell and Terri McNeal desperate effort In the final 11-10 but Koch's committed 10'

basemen Richard Cason has David Campbell signed a grant tournament losing two games monster man. however' scheduled. K neither team had two hits each.COLONIAL Inning, leading the bases and errors. Cootae Mundorff was
signed a grant-ln-ald to play with Florida. \ Bennie Hudson, and winning ore.e Hurse says. For that reason wins both ends of that twin scoring three runs before succumbing three-for-four and Kelly Richards
baseball at Indian River Community will be 4 player if Barber Is moved back to bill, the final and decisive game 14 to the vlctora.Norman' two-tor-Cbree. for the.
; College at Fort Pierce. football. at tackle. bin Terry Hayes 190 will be played Friday night, KOCH DRUGS 2 win ors. Linda. Powell. and Carol

.., Cason Is a utilltyman on the Bethune-Capkman ten Howard is and Memphis Stou 11 and 603 could move to tight June 20, 7:90 p.m. The firs half champs never led In the base ) Darley were twoforthreefor
All-Area ) going to '
team.Gainesville: P.., also Sun's plays for Lake State all a grldder. Congress
:I Butler Poet 1S3 team. averag "1 'think ,Richard will be an auComobtie- eumptr that told Hayes was the tea n'. top 14 In this game while Colonial paced by the four-for-tour performances ---..-------
ing.433 hU summer excellent Junior college player b* safe at /foe alga bit koer. performing lineman in was off and running from the of Cookie Mundorff
the was mentioned In
pee. f :"'- '. -... ,"' Uniort",.County", Baseball Sure bat tkaf just *4 .,*,.*,*' spring Coach Hurse .As the abase beginning plating six funs In and Kelly Richards.Linda Cub- ITS REALLY too much to
says
CsWWlpad push the Orion Coach Paul Wright said."Hewupur' ftfoo. first tWnff yon know according to films which coax paragraph this was a key me first Inning and building begs Rams Haines and Susan expect dad to finance wed
wn for the second I two
half Tmrie
record eo- aptaln and most champs ''ip a 10-2>> score after four and _had lot
Tigers to a 13-7 season tftr8 ee book aofiuwdfatf' ches are going. over with a graduations and Fata
Valuable play r with AVI game II in
1hU past spring a that JU to .* fine tooth comb this summer Day: a the same
good SSVMtnilo
batting average. He knocked could be counted on to do a Hayes a most pace> wWiColonial; with a scoring four more for a 14-2 Jordan Kathy Seely and Cissy
Job an lunar, tAm U. was pleasant 15-14 win.over Blalock on Moo- win Koch's Monday night. Long had two hits for Colonial.
in 19 runs and threw 96 strtkePm. good at whatever we asked" surprise Morse admlte."uaJl over.....
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FLORIDA Watson Wins First '
FlightIn ., (From Poge 6)at ) ,

.

THEATRE Country Club Tournament &cj Tim miming Crews back.the JV running
i
j back quick.and. had several
... long runs in the two spring
John Watson Is) the champion ten beat Delano Thomas the contest.
In the
I Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 of the first flight of the Starka final round for the championship Adams beat Clyde Terwll- game. He Is a 150 pound Junior
Sunday 3:00 Saturday,1:00. Golf and Country: Club Golf last weekend. lager to push Mm Into the finals Keith Testone. 165-12, backs
"/ Tournament after beating Bill Bill Adams and Harold BlWp and Harold Blahop won Ms At up starter Brad Carter at full
-
Fri.., Sat., Sun. are tattle match back. lie could se* action at
Epp In the final round Saturday .- to It out July against Halite Seymour fullback
Mon.f Tues. 9th or 10m for first place putting him and Hanker, Coach
to up against Adams. Hurse says. Carter: Is a two
In the
In second Jack Ha-
flight championship flight of Adams
beat
1OT2 Bradford
... .. way man. playing defensive end.
..;: Jnne.30, July I.Z,3..4, graduate Richard Roberts two .i.-A c and Testone will play so Car-
weeks ago. Then he faced three ter can rest at times me coach
I ATe!*c* And Activities From time club champion Clyde Terwtllegait ; says. Testone has played, well
I and came out on top :: at fullback.
e THE RECREATION to gain berth In the final round "We must have a good improvement -
CENTER of the tournament In .the. Members of the Bantam Leage champs, Colt, are: If we are to win

championship Bishop has flight.entered six' area kneeling ((1-r-) Bruce Wolf red, Dean Brown Jimmy Harper big At"the Coach end of Hurse the school says. year

Invitational tournaments and Pat Mundorff. David Cewart and bat boy Harper. the players and coaches all
Just under 100 boys and and exercised by records. has won four, was second In StandingMike Nettles Jackson Prevotf Stu talked and agreed It would benece.sary
Rayburn
The main ,
nrlft have revistered and are arts and crafts
he other two by a single this summer to work By
participating In the RecreationDeJl&rtment'a project of the week was a seed stroke. Richard Hall, Clay Cilhooly, and Coach Kerry Edmonton. hard to win big this fall, the JIM LAWSON
Summer Playground moslac flower. Later on In the Comer Ferryman beat J. D. coach points out. Most players
+ ; 0p Program being conduc- week, the kids went outside and Seymour In the semi final round are coming to the field houseto FOUNDING OF
ted at the Pratt St. Center andPlayground. played games on the tennis third work JAZZ MUSIC
out
of the flight to match him but some are not
court*.. The young ecologsta with Jim Chasteen for the 2 ArrestedIn Now that school has been out" Jazz music can be directly!
Most popular activities with picked up trash while on. a three weeks It Is time to consider traced to the spirituals and work
hlkn In rhn high championship of that flight.
the youngsters being offered '" ftrhnnl. which were sung on
getting back down to the song
+ presently seem to be trampolineand Highlight- of the week was The pro shop will not open field house to work out Nurse plantations In the South during
,
air rifle. Other activities Friday plcnlc: Wainwright until 1 p.m. on Mondays but points out. the days before the Civil War.
that are meeting with Interestare Park. Everyone met at the will open about 8 a.m. the rest Breaking The field house will be These eventually evolved Into
archery, tennis, topple- Pratt Street Center and of the week. A life guard will each week day from 9 a.m.open until what is known today as jazz mu-
ball. Arts and crafts Is offered walked to the park. AU the be on duty at the country club 9 P.m. sic. Jazz really came into Its

rice. weekly. Table games participants brought paper- swimming 'pool from 1-7 p.m. Two men were arrested Fri- Little money and an undetermined own In \the early years of this
and various tournaments also bag lunches and ate them aftera Reach day. day on charges of breaking and amount of gas were taken century In New Orleans
.attract a lot of the youngsters morning of games and other entering with Intent to commit from the armory. The money Smokey Says : It was during this period that
attention. play activities. petty larceny at Bowen's. Laun- was taken from vending ma- the jazz band of W. C. Handy
This week a lot of time will Tiny' Tots meet from 9-11:30 Tennis Practice dromat and the office of Dr. chimes. No cash Is kept In the ry flourished and he U generally
be devoted to getting ready to a.m. Monday Friday. All .. Pete F.los.Georae building, according to Warrant IINK SMALL credited with being "The Fatherof
participate., In the Honor America children 4-6 years of age are Sessions Set Henry Bradley 3b: Officer Albert Crosby, Jr. .KEEP VOUR the Blues." Many other>jaZZ
Day Parade. Invited to Join In the fun of Hastings and Alfred Charles who reported the Incident to CAMCFIRE9'sMa bands began to play during the-

WALTDISNEri Last week 50 boys and girls Bradford County Summer Smoot, 27, of Starke, are in the law enforcement officers. EasieR 1920! anti jazz was really on Its
I Journeyed to the Lawtey Skating 1he Old 1VlZ. Tennis begins July :5 at Brad- county Jail with bonds set at Crosby said the thieves broke COxTrrol. way M an American way of life.
rAlO80001qTEDINICOLOI
i I / t
Rink and spent the afternoon vL' ford High School Gym. $500 on each charge and ,each open a rear door of the building Come by and get into the
enjoying a skating party. This :;::t Participants In the tennis person.In took three machines apart, and ",wing' of things with us. Our
week's special event will find lessons are reminded to bring a rash of B & E's Thurs- broke into the two offices.He rwttonvrg are so Important lo
the children going to Strick their raquet and can of balls day night the Starke National said no weapons or ammunition us that we keep a "fast tempo"In
land's Landing for a swimming to the first session. Guard Armory on Edward's was stolen. making every attempt to provide
party.If lJJ Road south of Starke and the The Incident' Wax InvnaHm- \the very finest in quality
you have not yet registered 'j ire Students showing Interests In D and D What-A-Burger- ted by Deputies Dolph lleddlsh It and service.
for the program you are missing tennis from Bradford High south Walnut Street were aim" and Robert Green. They later
out on a lot of happy fun filled "Never hit man when and Middle School will play broken into. Investigations into found traces of the thieves at it
hours. Ask any\ of the 100 who he's down. lie may get up mornings till from 8 till 10 or 10 the last two illegal caterings the rear fence, which was apparently .
12. .
are at Pratt St. daUy. So come again." are stll underway by the sheriff climbed to get on the .) ,\ .;; ....:-
on down. office and city police. premises.A LLdLLuJ.LLhhFortlt \\.
Bowen's reported the crimeat reward of $100 has been .fAaaPI.PLO.A4
"We believe this year has 1:40 offered for the conviction of Fire Prevention depend
a.m Friday and said It
been one of the most successful Hippies Chase Gulf U.S.. 301 NORTH
persons responsible. on little thing!
ever in the Bantam Base- occurred between Thursday PHONE 964-7500
ball program and we extend night and Friday morning.The .
our appreciation to everyone In Men's Softballwell culprits broke Into a I --- -

associated with the programfor dry cleaning: machine but found
making it that way says no money because the owner rEcarLer
Kecreauon Ulrector Gene Ray- After six games'of the sec- on It's way to It's seventh had emptied the machines ear- 1fi1 ) )(

burn. ond half Cunningham Gulf remain consecutive loss, or so It appeared lier, according to City Police- LIMITED
t'd" "We thank the parents for undefeated to lead the as they were trailing men Mervin Jackson.Dr. .
G ', the sacrifices they make: to Men's Slow Pitch Softball Felos's office reportedIts TIME
114.But
aaINIM..I.err provide : the opportunity league. Lawtey quit scoring and robbery at 1:40: a.m. Fridayand paints ONLY.,
participate
to In ttie program Just three league games remain the B.I pecked away, scoring said it occurred between SALE STARTS THURS
and we compliment the for the leaders going ino four in the fifth, one In the Thursday and Friday.It .
parents and other spectators the final two weeks of play. sixth and then scoring the need- Is the second time In two
t for their conduct at the gaems. Graudon's Hippies are close ed three in the bottom of the weeks that Dr. Felos's office
ADMISSION -"For the first ever seventh. The winners out hit /
year
very These
behind with Just one loss. was broken Into. Nothing was

',Children .,. -'75tt we incident did or not Individual have one showing single more two top time teams and that will game meet is one the and Lawtey Charles 19-11 with Hall Brian showing Johns the to taken police.from the office,according f iA i/ from i

.
.'* par sportsmanship. Sure, they last scheduled game of the sea- way each going three-for-four. Thelves entered the office
SiudcnlH a,1JAdulis disagreed .wtth a Jot 04.11014 son,'Wednesday.July-Ji. DonnIe ''Wise ha'd' two hits. for. through the bathroom I window' ,
... pare decisions' and>oroe gl ova" na>/nwol-i ,1'.11101'? .j 1.1.. Lawtey. ,. d and walked", the building taking
"r '; -. ,-;J.,1.00''l"fton. ,- rules but aII1'disagrecmenta4were IIIPPIES'27 it ,' nothing. -
"
; r'
.. ,discussed In an Intelll-. LAWTEY 2 GRAUDON'S 8 Two other B and E's occurred
.... gent and mature manner,"Ray- The Hippies had no trouble FIRST BAPTIST 6 on tJio same night with HIGH PRICES
burn states. with Lawtey. as they blasted In the second game of the robberys taking place at the
301 "We extend out thanks to the the Wildcats 27-2 last Thursday evening Craudon's and The Starke National Guard Armoryand
four sponsors with, whom we June 22. Church locked up in a close the D and D What-A-Bur-
could not do without: Gainesville They rapped out 21 hits, including one June 26 with the league's ger.
Coca Cola; BPOE ELKS 12 hits and IS runs in first half champ and current AVAILABILITY OF SALE ITEMS GUARANTEED 1 BY; RAIN CHECK
# Southern Discount Co.,
DRIVEINShow 1802 the second inning. The Hip second place team coming out
and Starke Police OcpartmsnU, pies sent 19 batters to the plate. on top 8-6.
And last but not least we Gene Melvin led his team with The Church struck first platIng PERFECT PAINTER
Begins At Sundown appreciate the time and efforts four hits while Danny McKln- three runs in the top of the Jacksonville
of John Massey and Ger- nev. Larrv Mercer. Dean first, but Graudon's came back INTERIOR LATEXFAST
ry Edmondson for giving up Johns and Emmett Akrldgebad with five of their own in the $
Friday and Saturday. ,their time to coach these three hits each. Lawtey man- bottom of the first to lead 53. DRYING, WHITE AND COLORS
June 30, July 1 I" boys. aged seven hits with Skippy After five Innings First Baptist Business yE a"oO "
"By the way for first time Crawford and Raymond Thomas trailed 5-7 and going lea PERFECT PAINTER EVERY
we had a female coach and her each getting two. the final Inning Craudon's led GALL
The West the team was none other than the The second game saw Baptist 85.The EXTERIOR LATEX "
league champion Coca Cola. Church down Williams Jew Church team threatened DirectoryAuto
way it really was! Gerry had three sons playingIn elry-Community Bank 10-5. to regain the lead In the top of FAST DRYING, WHITE ONLY

the league all on the other The Church outhit WJ/CB, the seventh. The first two bat- PERSAVE$3 _
[COLE teuirm. Can you guess some of 10-8 with Jim Duncan getting ters reached base on base hits. BOTH REGULAR $3" GAL.
!he.homo dinner table dncussiona three hits including his first Then with one out, one run in, Sales and Service
?" home run of the season.' .Mark and runners on first and third
YOUNGER 'i' Milner had two hits. the next batter hit a sharp Fairish MotorsRALES
# Though the first week of Henry Harrell led the losers grounder that Danny McKln-
JESSE Tiny Tots started off wet with three hits and Lamar San- ww turned Into a nifty double
and dreary the kids participated '- ford had two hits. Billy Sanford play that retired the side and
in many activities. had only one hit but It was a the victory for Grau SERVICE rOLTJp
JAMES Games such as"Doggie Doggie preserved PARTS .
Who's Got Your Bone" big one, a home run', his 2nd The winning team collected Y
1o.TItr and "Drop the Hanherchief" of the season!
15 base hits to the 10 for the
Vied
Always 0..1 OrMl a
GREATEST were played. Everyone sang
McKInney was
Church. Danny
CUNNINGHAM:
Laura 3M-MM
St. Pk.
WESTERN LAWTEY 1Cunningham I the leading hitter going three- t.1
trounced Lawtey for-four. Gene Melvin, Lynwood -
Dr tat ttITVIIT.. -. and Greg RI- AUTO ELECTRIC ,.
we wee finking ftsttt6ove 16-1 to win their sixth game of Kitches
fA. wawa wire 35 bur the half Friday. June 23. herd were two-for-three.: KAVYBrethm
CLIFF ROBERTSON us, Cunningham rapped out 16 ;
STANDINGSCunningham
". man and mar shark fins ; ;
I I.N. cutting the water base hits Including five home Gulf 6-0 Graudon's 6-1, First tadrk C..
.
-, I .- THOR MEVEROAHL runs. Kenneth Carlton had a Baptist 3-3, WJ/CB2.4;Brand- .
big night as he collected ing Iron and Lawtey 16. Alternators Starters
", l'............AArl three hits with two of them SCHEDULEThursday June Generator Regulators Roi'LA
...... ... : TEX 4tez WALL PAINTFast
iM.c- WAEXPEDITIONS being out of the park. Ricky 29, 7:30: p.m. First Baptist AUTO
Bennett was four-for-four and vs Cunningham Gulf; 9 p.m.; ---- TRUCK drying- drips less. Covers most surfaces in
Frank Tomlinson three for Graudon's vs WJ/CB Friday, DIESEL one easy coal. White and colors available.
four. The Gulf team as a team June 20, 7:30: p.m.; First Bapt. 4344 Lenox Av. Jax. OR
Plus
hit five round trippers. In addition vs Lawtey; 9 p.m. Branding
to Carlton, Terry and Iron vs Craudon's :Monday,July 397-2528 Late
MARY CARTER HOUSE PAINT
a ,ck Claude Hardee hit one, as did 3, 7:30 p.m., Cunningham Gulfvs PIANOS
An Incredible Fred Wheeler and Tomlinson. WJ/CB 9 p.m.. Branding Quality Late House Paint lor wood masonry,
Lawtey had only seven hiUj Iron vs First Bapt. Wednesday. YAMAHA PIANOS metal Fast drying, economical' Lasting beauty
adventure. that
.
and were led by Loyd Craw July 5, (Final Games) 7:30, CONN and rUMBALL PER
Journeys beyond ford's two for three.. Lawtey vs WJ/CB 9 p.m. Cunningham ORGANS BOTH REGULAR $5" GAL

imagination I WJ/CB 19BRANDING Gulf vs Graudon's. .\

IRON 8
"silentrunning' In the second game June 23 Union Team r
WJ/CB team had little difficulty -
In routing the Branding
Iron Restaurant In five innings Quits Early

19-8. ,
The winners led 16-0 at the end may A.WA'h., rosaea
A UNIVERSAL RELEASE of four innings lite" ...-IrYBank Lake Butler's American Legion -
TECHNICOLOR [Gl J 2J> team outhit the losers 20- baseball team dropped If s KIMRALT. "SWiNCER"" Pai

9 with Merren Uzenbee leadIng season early due to a lack of ORGANS
must the way with a perfectfour- players, .but had a record of Raeeeyelt
RA! MaIM3&U1SFURNITURE
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday You sea tor-four performance. Billy 44. TRIM & DECK CHINA-LUXE
An astounding Sanford, Lamar Williams and "With summer around and)
July 2,3,4"DROPOUT" true-life adventure Charlie McKInney each had students working Its hard to ENAMELS
for the whole family! three hits. For Branding Iron get boys out to practice," said For ,INb,. .I. EITHER FINE PAINT mob i0tk'" u
Lloyd Allen and Lee Cogdill had Coach Paul Wright. mrln,:. surface* B>,,: ENAMEL

TIIURS. ONLY two hits each.BRANDING. "Some of the game were or hip.O.or AI Astro 0.....any, abu. Palm, / / PraOiwl, e'b. w1.
even cancelled because. there .'.C.. Oik, Brown hid 11M pNIU1N colon
: .- Plus ., U- JULY, 6 IRON 12 were not enough boys to fill the fUINITURI.. / and V.Uaw I b 01,01 Pal-Law 1rra'w
LAWTEY U line *
up. 6"
Reg. w Reg.l6" K
.
"HOT ON SIN ? ". IN STARKE; The Branding Iron Restaurant "Some of tilt boys were .
.)f. '.,f found out bow the winners feel young and they got beat bad

'''' '""I." ISLAND"ADM. 'J as thev tasted sweet victory by the older boys and quit," WE FEATURE CUSTOM COLOR TINTING IN HUNDREDS 1 OF COLORSMARY
101 W. Call St.PH. for the first time In the second said Wright Up To 40% Savings(

1.25-Rated X' 964. half l 5451, their tlr.t.ax, going 12-11. team quit was Richard Casonwho Braky Chair Co, '
.
18 Years and up ,,. for Lawtey on Monday, June had. earned run average CARTEIUPAINTS
643Ca ert.1 1 Block
.
", 7:00.9:00 28. ,of .sa *
..: team had to Best From 1.10
Babies"MEARED The Restaurant hitters were Ray Gallop -
'No cran from behind to win .500; Brett Waters .500, .Jacksonville.. 389-174J 102 BROWNLEE ST. PIIONE964.7025
After four Innings, B.I, was and Richard Cason who hlt.333.
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L Fried Waldo Plant i,, ,4i

Scout May Close, ,.,

Owner SaysA i

: Scouts are now eli .) .
to win a "Camporship" blouse-manufacturing plantat : 4
Waldo
created two
week at a local Scout yeanago
one to
provide
Job* for low-
as conducted part of on a behalf program of income workers may. close I"' 1 * *
by Kentucky Fried down.because of financial troubles OUR NATION'S BIRTHDAY \ '
1595 North Tempi
Casper Murano owner of
enter the competition for"Campership" Murano Manufacturing Co. located 1I .
two miles south of Wal- ,
eligible do on U.S. 301, say he will
Ken-
at
register
may have to close and 'I/I
up layoff
Chicken
Fried at the
40 women sewing machine operators
blanks
address. Entry
available at the store, and because he has been --------------------------------'
unable to secure a federal loan r- ,
purchase is necessary to
to keep him In business. .
the competition.
local store is one of ALONE .
of Kentucky Fried The plant opened May 15, t
stores across the 1970 after Murano obtained a I
which are supporting Fuqua Seeks $72,000 loan from the Small t :
of local Scouting acti Business Admlnstratton, and I !
an
including Scout summer Re-election In additional $8,000 backing from t ,
AGAIN
program. Second District the Waldo Development Co. NEVER BEFORE NEVER '
Murano said he has more work ,
/ i.
contracts than his opera tors can 04I
handle, but that a two-week loss
( WHAT'S A Congressman Don Fuqua has of production put him In the _r I I"---r t "oj."f
HOUSEWIFETO announced his candidacy for reelection hole. "I need a $10,000 loan to r
in the the he ,'.'
new Second Congressional keep plant going said. I\\
DO? District which Includes Murano recently received I I
I Bradford County.lie was world from U. S. Sen. Ed Gur- I
chUdren.'Y'I"'J -" first elected to Congress in ney that the SBA could not give 1
OY JULIE FONTAINE 1962 and was a State Represen- further assistance. ,
tative for two tersm prior to t tI
that I
nil Lurks In Home ,
Chores: Jackson The last and Legislature parts of Holmesand placed CARD OF TIIANKS I I1ELL- \ iI ,
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arc aware, that MI mans. Marlon In the new Second We wish to express our heartfelt I
( "'Is' we use In our normal District while Nassau\; Clay, thanks for the many expressions -
hous,'hold inures are po and Putnam were placed In other of sympathy extended I
1 hurinrul Take UK new districts. to us In the loss of our II 1.
*", !-"/rite determents, fur "We are by far the largest loved one. The many. beautiful I

I,,, .to.liiformalivc'" u. Every degree: tine Tlwt'.s howling Is! alka why.IH in Florida point Congressional of size," Fuqua District said. and flowers deeds are, your deeply kind appre-words : Thousands sold at regular price! j:

u welcome Cfintrlbutlon "but It Is a district of similar ciated.
mothers. with .small I chit economic Interests and I feel The Family of Fate Brown "

romp and their vlslllnif litllitrlendx. >The front' !areas that the in opportunities the for pro- (The Telegraph regrets this notice \ ,:
coming decade is but the !
was inadvertently omitted
'." '''May'11' the B}warning Harmful"CAU Tu are ,without" Fuqua parallel said. In our history from its June 15 edition.) Nothing changed price
or "CAUTION: May Be- The
If Swallowed" Buck. Congressman Is asking
able ,panels. till us what of for his re-election on the basis CORRECTION:;! I
record which he feels -
I In DIM! or accident Prices II
were quoted Incorrectly -
"Is
one of concern for the I
In
an article concerning -
>*svi >n people and one of service to ''
...we" must rent remember.:rend'' These tiny. the district.." the June property 15 edition tranactions of The Tele In M'"t: w-"n LIFE: h i it
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"" were meant for US'! graph.A
been using dangerous parcel sold b y Mr. and
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.." for years In Inn My Neighbors Mrs. !Nelson: F. Crosby went i. .
of lye bloarhcH, ammo for $9,000 not $7,000 as The t : :
: ;
Keeping other cleannn ALU!holisehnldi rhrml l Telegraph reported.Due .
f to an incorrect amount
i ; rhetnloiils; out of the .
of tax stamps affixed to a '"
Is .
of children a rule WP o
muM follow fur warranty deed filed in the
precious safety and well countyty ClerK'S ouicc ihe
Telegraph incorrectly repor-
ted the amount of the trans-
action when 460 acres of land
,'" aware oCflhe hnI. .d". JI4 In and around the old starKe ,
I the routine line. of plan- Airport was sold by Johnsonand I 4I L ,
i !- "' determents: makes Almand to Frederick G. I Queen Size ( t
more sense' Used cor Mueller Orange Park. The I
!). and the brtiirit.wash games And very out parcel sold for S184.400, but I Reg.249.95 ) /. .( I
affixed to the deed
stamps onlya
our waterways SALE 199.95 set .1 I
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$167,500 when Telegraph
a I
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bo less pot
just
; SaF-little, \
"Well, If big. Mark-cigar* reporter' gathered information :'1 .
make your husband Hick. wh for the story. I I King Size
don't you stop smoklnu The Telegraph regrets both I I
them?" errors. Reg. 359.95 1 c2' ,

SALE 289.95 set t + Each piece
Twin or full size ,
+ Mattress or box spring I
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NOTICE TO CANDIDATES I INNERSPRINGQueen I ",

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FOR ALL POLITICAL OFFICES I rI I

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-COUMT Y -M U WICIP Afc


According To Florida Election Laws, Expenditures I I Size I :,:;

Must Be Limited To Amounts On Deposit Candidate's Account.IN I Reg. $300SALE I f j ;
239.95 set 1 f. I ;i

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ORDER TO COMPLY WITH THIS. LAW King Size a l s I
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WZ MUST REQUIRE THAT ALL POLITICAL ADVERTISING Reg. $400 Each piece I ITwln ;:
SALE 329.95 set

AND PRINTING BE PAID FOR IN ADVANCE I i )' Manins3,or fuT or size box spring :.
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I INNERSPRING or 6" FOAM RUBBER

(ell \PTER 99. ARTICLE 6. FLORID ELECTION L\HS\ ) I I '- ( Foam rubber sold In sets I I5

(a) No candidate, campaign treasurer, or deputy campaign treasurer shall authorize '
"' the incurrinx'of i \' any e'pense.on behalf of the candidate or in furtherance or aid of Extra Firm to support your back i

"..: t his candidacy1, UNLESS TIIERE ARE MONEYS DESPOSIT I IN THE CAMPAIGN I

:,.I. i DEI'OSITORTO THE CREDIT OF THE ACCOUNT KNOWN AS THE CAMPAIGN I You will recognize this famous national brand that has been advertised -
:.:: FUND OF THE CANnlO.\TESUFFICIENT! TO PAY THE AMOUNT OF THEIR FX- In LIFE and other leading magazines. This Is a once-ln-a-life- I ;

:' PENSES \UTIIORIZEO together with all other expenses pre\iousl>' authorized. I time sale of current 1972 bedding that will never be repeated. It Is I
on sale In Florida only. "ji II'

Any such expenses, incurred or authorized or official campaign. fg treasurer's report .. Limited Time Only Quantities limited .1.1I &
I "
thereof in excess of such moneys on deposit SHALL BE DEEMED TO CONSTITUTE I :t;;
VIOLATION OF THIS SECTION.


I! MALONE GOLD LABEL FIRM I g

We Will Appreciate Of All Can-

didates In Helping. Us Comply With The Law iy I Regular 69.95On Sale 49.95 ,A.

Keeping All Political And Printing !I : I
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ADVANCE 1 .I King. .219.95 Set Ou* Size 159.95 Sat I.I

PAID IN
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AS SHE RETIRES. AT AGE 70
With Posy Printed
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Spreads- 1 fp 1
ElatrkcI I &
& Equtessstf Co.

Flowers Bloom Here Maud Watkins Has Some Happy Memories 1 1 Complete t*,,' Wiring Repairs of I 1 i


Industrial, Commercial and Residential I

The Year Round 'MELROSE ,- Mrs. Maud wild flowers and the study of is leaving and have given her a NEW AND USED CONTROLS 1
Cowart Watkins Is retiring soon history, and been active In various number of gifts.
J as principal of Melrose Elementary civic projects, projects In One thatshe, prizes highly is MOTORS AND SWITCH EQUIPMENT .

t1T; ,aF'A ) School at the age of 70 after Keystone Heights, where the a card made by one of her I 24-Hour Service 1
what she describes as "a Watkins have a fine home on year-old boys. It plaintivelyasks .
happy life in the teaching pro. I the shore of Lake Geneva. : "Is It really true? Are I Phone Keystone 473-3755 1 1t.
fession." The pupils of the Melrose you going to leave this wonderful .Y. C. (Bubba!) Wells, Manager .
In an Interview last week. school know that Mrs. Watkins school?" t. __ _, ... __-
x b
Mrs. Watkins said: "I wouldn't
take anything for my experi
ences. I got to know people In Flo
all walks of life and met many
wonderful persons in my -pro
fession. And most of all, the enJoyment
dren." of working with chil EVERY HOME SHOULD HAVE


Mrs. 'Watkins was born and
raised In Melrose as the daughter
of Simon and Estella Cow- ONE OR THE OTHER.

art. She was born incidentally,
0k in the old Huffman House
which was owned by her grandmother : MRS. MAUD WATKINS

:Mrs. Nettle Huffman. >g,' "had wonderful life"
'
She was graduated from Melrose -
SPItiNG FRESH-Orange walls and Earpetincreate/( the High School and continued Keystone Heights, but a year
perfect backdrop for Dcslcy-Eclson's quilted cotton bed- her( education at the Universityof later went with the UP Depart
spread splashed with spring/( flowtTS. Matching/( draperiesat Florida where she earned aBS ment pf Elementary Education
the window and a covering/( a small round table con- ; in elementary education and where she served until 1968 in
tinue the theme. Making the
/ most of limited space, the
corner of the recessed bed area takes a handsome bamboo later In 1949 wat awarded a the Student ;Teaching. Place
unit. Luxurious comfort lor reading/( provided by a well- m.istcr'sdpgicc. ment Program.. 0
proportioned chair covered in deep green( velvet Her first teaching: assignmentwas 'In 1968 she was appointed as
principal of Melrose Elementa
at Alachua and she then

moved to Miami where she: ryRecalling her work, Mrs.

taught for time. She Watkins said that she also '
: some returned Model 38GS 36,000 Btu't MocUl 38GR 36.000 Btu'iCENTRAL
to this area and for five taught many classes off campus
ri and that she took an active
years taught in the old Melrose
part in the Head Start
School: which was located in the pro AIR CONDITIONINGTwo
t gram.
lit?; Alachua County portion of Mel. Back In 1926, she married
H. Roy L. Watkins of Putnam
rose.Mrs. Hall. They have a daughter,
In. Watkins'Lake next where positionwas Lois Best who lives in Deland Great Outdoor Units, for Quiet,
she
City
who is following in her mother'sfootsteps
served for '10 years as chairman and Is employed In Choose NOW for
of the elementary depart the Volusla .County school sys Dependable Cooling
ment, when W L. Goette was

principal.She tem.Mrs.. Watkins said she has a IMMEDIATE Installation' at Special

returned to Gainesville grandson, Edwin who is "the ,

during World War II and taughtat apple of her eye." PRE-SEASON Prices !
coo Kirby Smith Elementary for Speaking on her plans after
'MEXICAN-FLAVORED OECOIl-A rustic and colorful five years, before moving to retirement, Mrs. Watkins said,
look pervades cotton this bedroom and cheered with a bright floral- the p K. Yonge Laboratory she will stay involved In education THE COMPACT INCLUDES: THE ROUND ONE INCLUDES:
printed bedspread matching floor-length draperies -
School and will make contribution
by Desley-Edson. The Mexican-flavored headboard where she served from any
and chest are antiqued In a soft. blue-gray effect to harmonize 1946! to 1957. she can. New Computer Designed Fan Assembly Money-Saving Speed Motor..Cruises
with the fabric. In any event she said she
At that time, she retired for will not be Idle for she has Assures Top Performance! Most Days, Speeds'Up For Scorchers!
Food Economizing A Bore? the first time and moved to many other Interests, such as
Special Overload Devices Safeguard InProtective Solid State Controls Monitor
Try This And Bore No More
.. ternal Components! Critical Operating Circuits!
f.l.' .'. rViKvrrvlMHlv'H :j QuestionsAnswers
t"t : ,ca !! Attractive Compact Design Compliments: -
b"i Tosses
:; w '; ... Neighbor-Pleasing Upflow Design
'I'.J.- ,: .;: : : -"i eWuwrrwn.ss j :dJ : : Your Home's Landscaping! Heat and Sound Skyward!
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Nj.;
( ._. ; .._,. .) ony$49 695
.. .. .. ..' ,.- Priced From %J_ '. Priced, _.From Only ..
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'Plus Installation ,
;;;"\-w.' W "eMp'r : : t ; ot en-o that sheean't
I # h kick! mother's so you; can cash
lar handle her own money them.
any longer. I have her More people put their confidence in Carrier than in any other make

power-of-attorney, but I'm Q. My husband, who was
not sure what I should do disabled over a year ago,
., with her monthly social security collects monthly social security
.\t.; checks. Should I try disability benefits. uJ
to cash them We also get a monthly ATTENTION

; Irvmil ti> .Nays <>n font! Unit. duvH lt'n one of A. No, you should not check for our five child
the few areas. of the budget wh'r@yo.. "lIlIl'lIt ,'urllrr'l bv smart cash her social security ren. A friend of ours, whois
'ookil1lECUIIIIII1V dwIii-M. need, not h* almost
and lover ( also disabled, gets
$ImrinK.HlK.i.pintt' Witnnw. Him deteetnble!. l Gory Elegant: Cvllml; hgg; ( Umf. checks. You should call the the amount of
iu lemon and irmvomwiwe. Relitmt social security office Imme- same moneya
d
made with Imrcl imiki> eggs( JI
Unflavored <.! ilint" l fN. an art- month as we do and he
lmm with \ diately. We to
> (crisp| trimming"! can arrange MOBILE
ful l to economi/e for it fnrn.. Ifftuvrr. or vionnmv foodsinto and his wife have only two
why send her checks to as
dit. '. Thl'y'n''o' It'H..I-ioukhllf.. you
ii|>|>eti/iiir) and interesting $ her children. Why does our
dolumuH loaf rolls. for prmlii'iillv no "IHkillljU..tpnoullh "representative payee"with
too! Thin
to dissolve. the gelatine lliorouclilv.' Mien! jtonomv i. the checks carrying friend get the same amount y Mob'.Hem CfKttol'
the end in view, unflavored! gelatine i.. the mend for ,ou for two children that we Au Conditioning Unit
get for five

A. Although the monthly HOME OWNERS i l>.

benefit amount is based on
r''t a worker's average earn- ,;
ings, there Is a maximum
-1 that can be paid to a family ,

your. Both friend's your family are prob-and Of Central Cooling To Your $

ably getting the maximum 6 9'5

;. I monthly payable in family these cases.amounts Present System For As Little As ...,..; .


Q.couple Since of a months heart attacka ago, I Plus Any :Necessary' Electrical WorkROOM

t haven't been able to do any US TODAY 964-7701
fir.: kind of work. My doctor
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suggested I check Into the
possibility of getting social
security disability benefits.
_. What information do I need
when I apply for disability
If you're old enough to want benefits\ \)

A. You'll need your social
your own telephone, security number; the

old enough to want date (month, day, and year)
you're
you last worked; the date

(typewriter. (month, day, and year) you
your own became disabled; informa- UNIT
tion on the kind of disability -
have and the names
you ;
'rherromiii it time In\'our lif* nf tlu*\\l1rk'UII hiuetodo, uimlinif\otir nun typewriter. and addresses of the doctors .
!.
Tlwmerenetufaskingredly
tnd"anehowt011111usl ata)
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whim all counl"I A*. iiUUm! |>m ni y ).u.II..II.h.h.II'1. .slnnrthingnINnttwhPreynurunerllolwntone.iti hospitals and Institu-
AmlUiiieheaterhcnl.nl.. ;' ( : tions that treated you along
"Inrp. .. IsK,nn'rwilhn.unekrtrir, \\'lui-h timid,'\'t'n KII u long 19 000 btu'sonly
YOllrmlo ow'ntldngs. portutble.eunalxgonnernm, wnytownnlgvltingronthnlYouwant with the date of each treat-
With .
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your\'mirronxiTHUtion '''- get tolypelxfan'fn| +t iiiiurilmiel telephone. ment. If you've received any II : 11
>with>'nur(nemlii to I In-j, Ju'l t h\' liiind, ;\ltlieten.% 'lennt.. >our treatment or examinationby .
:
thnt-not unilvntaml.a. fiimlly Rnthennir.Wo .' .tix>.likestwilog| um urn Ii gmnv' j1tnlust vmrmlvrwhenmiro" the Veterans Adminis- ''
Which bnnm us to>'our' IIIYgI11NeYlPpNMI1111n1thllty I l askingwhunmtmdul youQQown tration, you should also
mlKilH-llitl. ''ixiAii. mi" HH-IU| .d.und.. 'to o.k.
typewriterYour own typewriteraaysyoureKPttmKMTtoiiii, just mk! < 'In IH*'''rrH. .UM|, have your service serial $269
\1111 find, youri'ivatite number and your VA claim
(and ) tl on.lstrnnw' atIlx'ornt'rroml number handy.
.AfLsralllwhonjwiple" | himr, t )'
thelappetylepofatyptwrtler" liHtt. 'mi li >oii-ULtiiiilK'mil I4Ia| In addition you should
inti .om..- enryideuasfadasitnnneaupything bring along information
they figure' you re > Models From 99.95 I
and tuUimatl-, And then a little nurarkcallyapeoraway .
Important about the kinds of jobs you ProblemsOthor
from ) enlledth'gunlrutiuncontweur, / Air ------ ------
Besides,when your youi own R'henthat "hniprns.yourunget" ,\, worked at most In the 10 L.oniutioning; 1
typewriter u sittinij! there.: afenhngofeonslenoyouit years before your disability -

anyona. has a elae way)(of a!neater reminding,way! you thnn wont So believe.drop a hint or two, shout! SMITHCORONA.See received began Workman's and if you've Com- We Have Qualified Personnel To Service


Them At pensation should have benefits your Work-you Any And All Makes Of Air Conditioners. Call 964-7701

man's Compensation claim


THE' TELEGRAPHAUTHORIZED number Finally available., if you are also SAWYER-SLADE AIR CONDITIONING

applying for monthly paYments

SMITH CORONA DEALER; for your family,
you'll need the social security ,332 WEST MADISON ST. PHONE 964-7701 n_ STARKE FLA.

numbers

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4, .NURSERY BY UHDft-0. (.ox' Problems For Many PlantsSummer r ._ ---=--
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SUMMER SCHOOLSummer
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i I School at Brooker Bradlee and Deena of Brooker months be Morning Glories keep an ugly Keep up your spray, program
ANDGARDEN can
I en.
along with Mrs. Pressley and Cor the control of Insects and
wUl Joyable but In fence beautiful. This vigorous
: day.: ; Becky of Lake Butler have plants don't some enjoy instances the growing annual vine comes in disease. Remember that Insects .

inning\ dally from 8:15: nil 12 Just returned home from an problems that warm weather a myriad of colors and Is worth are extremely active during ::1
noon through August 1. Children enjoyable visit in Term and Va. brings, says, the Florida Nurserymen cultivating. Along with the warm weather New growthon
who wish to take part In Bradlee and Becky flew with and Growers Association morning glory vine Is the moon your always attract
the swimming program should Mrs. Odls Dean and son Jimmy vine. which does not produce must spray thoroughly

meet at the school at 8:10 wearIng to Bristol Tenn. This was Crepe" Myrtto Is flowers until late In (be eve- to gain this control.
Bradlee and I1.cky's first one of theseand Sprays, are easier to use than
their
bathing suits andcarrying Panta! flower
becauae The white
ft Ing. creamy
Floridawe becOlQe' hen and Is much
dust
Before leaving coverage
flight.
t a towel. The bus will vlly Intcted with are fragrant and hold an exotic
powdery
visited with Mr. and Mrs. better with a spray, Avoid applying
leave the school at 8:15. taking
1 I awwhit fIm8ua: that proW.. beauty unlike many of our sprays, when the weatherIs
the student to KJng ley Lake .
Paul es other vines.For LIMITED TIME
Hickson and family in arowtb over the extremely hot'for
.. you mayInjure
each Moo Wed., and Friday
leaf foliage color coleus an
I Jacksonville The Hlcksons causes a distortion the plants A healthy,
: returlnc at approximately 11:30: took them to the airport while 01 the IoU.... If permitted to still the best. They can be used withstand adverse ,I

I on Thursdays these days teas On children Tuesday will and -we departed by car on Sat, eonUnu* on the tender growth In full sun, partial shade, or In conditions more readily than a .
+ I-v June 17. We Sat. ofthe'plant shifting shade. sick
spent night one.
at the school and
r I stay enjoy the wmplpleryte
In Commerce. Ga. Then to dew aborrcontrof
summer program activities and Bristol Tenn. on Sunday.on We can cause ---........................................
I flowers. It -
courses provided there. All can be
children In this area between spent the night with Mr. and by spraying with
Mrs. Odls Dean and Jimmy. Benlate. .ntlunr SCHEDULE--I
the ages of 5-13 encouraged Actt- I
to participate In this summer 'On Monday the Co f..lly dlone P.M. Use good cove..,.. SUMMER
.rrJtJ program. Students must have and spent the Crepe Myrtle have another
ate
completed first grade to be eligible supper and Mrs problem that Is found In the !
with Mr.
night .
,
Jlnimy form i
of
for swimming leasson. a reddish-yellow leaf.
Cox at Castlewood This I rallford nlan AreaVocationalTechnical
1 condition. caused bv a '
the I IP
spent
Tuesday night we
deficiency of
NEW ARRIVALS magnesium. A.
1 Congratulations to Mr. and night with Mrs. Cosby Cox cupful or two of Magnesium SchoolAm. i
'' Eddie and Sharon. On Wednesday
LigusfrumWAX Mrs. Lavern pal on the birth Sulfato around the should
of a son, Kelley Lavern. on June 21 the Tommy Cox correct the condition In a few I .
Mon. Tu... W.d. ;
June 20. The paternal grandparents weeks. History / Thu ..
I IMP. I are Mr. and Mr.LloydDyal family along with Sharon. ata After Crepe Myrtles have fin- Mathematics Mon. & Wed. I

of Brooker.COI'I4P'&tulaUone. lunch with Tommy's great aunt ished blooming: cut off the dead High School Review Mon. & Wed.
Gal. SA also to Mr. Hazel Oaborne near Castle- blossoms. Removal of these i English Tu... & Thur. :
.. I and Mrs. Steve Nipper on the wood That night everyone got will encourage a second flush! Diesel Mechanics Mon. & Wed. .

12" To 24"I I Jr.birth, on of June a son.19.Maternal William grand Steve. together for a birthday supper of ble flowers.to fertilise It would be advisa : Sewing Mon. & Wed. Vo-Tech I Fenian XXV 12911495Poulin !

mother Is Mrs. Ruby Allen, after them lightly : Sewing Tu... & Thur. L wt.y .
I PLANT GRASS I honoring Bradl..'. 7th birth You this may mild want pruning to Typing Tu... & Thur. Mfg. suggested price '
plant a few
I PERSONALS day at Bradlee's aunt Betty annuals at this Z Shorthand Thurs.
I SEED NOW Mrs. Rubye Lee Pinkaton and Uncle Odis' In time of year ; I
of Bristol for extra blossoms. Try Tlth- i Auto Mechanics Tu... & Thurs.
I t Silver Springs Md. Is vlsitilng Bradlee's aunt Norma m. Oats the Mexican Sun.flower. I Ref. & Air Cond. Mon. & Wed. .
The Rains Will her mother-in-law Mrs Mary him a beautiful red elephantcake This plant is easy to and : 25DA
grow
I BookkeepingBunko Mon. & Wed.
I I L. Green. complete with a peanut
Germinate it FasterARGENTINE 1 Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lewis In his tnink. Bradlee had a growth.produces Torenla.rough, the Wishbone coarse EmbroaVry Mon. & Wed. AUTOMATIC OILING $11995

and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lewis very enjoyable and exciting flower Is of Am. VS Comnu Tu... & Thurs. :
I and sons of Starke along with birthday. He received a telephone shade growing one annuals.our best j Drivers Education Daily Mfg. suggested price '139.95
Mr. Iva Mae Lewis of Gaines call from Florida. It Floral .
BANIA SEED Periwinkles are a good summer Arranging Thurs.
vole had dinner with Mrs. Amanda
I ,I "as'hI.randmother.Mrs.Ines lair plant too. New varietiesof
Lewis on Sunday June Green Aunt Shirley and Cherle the dwarf type lend themselves CANOPY MiDlNG 5110P
LB. ----97 1 I 18. That afternoon Mrs. Lamar wishing him "Happy Birthday 2CLASSES
to bedding. If our weather -
Hall and from BEGIN WEDNESDAYJULY
son GalnsvlUe
I visited with Is as warm next year J US 301 So.. Across 'from 301 Driv.-In. 964-8970
LB.--4.77 : Mrs.' Lewis Also On Thursday the Deans tookus all you need to do Is clip the : : 5 1972
15 I Mr. and Mrs. Barney Andreuof to Beech Mountain to the periwinkles back and you will ,
Plant City...Mrs. Amanda "Land of Ox" at Banner. Elk have a perennial bed. _
I PENSCQLAiAHlA I I Lewis and Mrs.... Andreu had N.C. This wonderful attraction .

an enjoyable time recalling Is located over a mile high In --- .-...........
1 SEED I their childhood days. In fact, the mountains and the weather --.Buy
Mrs. Andreu's mother made was really cold. due to the "'..Nt.e1.1
I LB. ---..----.57 I Mrs. Lewis's wedding dress. disturbances from hurricane .
1: WELCOME Agnes. On the way back to Bristol 'COOKINGOIL EueryDayLovvPrzce: Every ayLowPr; e

Boon'N.C.for .
stopped at
5 LB. + jj Welcome to Brooker*. Mr. a we delicious: meal at the Dan- .i. AGAR'S f ESI| ASST FLAVORS
.78C
and Mrs. Eddie Lewis. "They iel Boone Restaurant. On Friday .r

I MICH.i PEAT have been living, .'In Starke.' we enjoyed antique shopping CANNED
1 I and Bradlee enjoyed golfing t- m 28oz.SOFTDRINKS
VACATION TIUP for the first time. We returned onutBuy
.._..
50 |.B.. 1.57 home June 24. CRISCO
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cox Sunday SUPERMARKETS

p '' d' ,, n___ WESSONOIL I HAMS STARKE'S
!
TOPSOIL \' :-r.lr" 1: 'C:. i .ONll/ii Am"A'" NOWA"I 320 S. WALNUT ST.
i 11[ lj;AlIN : (:i'l;' ;Il(" ''G ,:;)i :F19; cj

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50 --.1.57 I ........ ..
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S .neul.ueo.' .uIonIIdluy
S/Eugene F. Shaw $398 NO DEPOSIT 6/$1 we 0 Jut. n/ Qu.....I
I TIlE CIRCUIT COUnT OV SHAW KOPELOUSOS NO RETURN -nee....nuo
: FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL LIPTON WITH RESEAL
COW
142 West Call WlMpltJ'NIJJCc",1
1 I IN AND FOR DKAD- Street ABLE TOPS'
1 CIRCUIT Starke Florida TIABAGS LB CAN (tl.LD.L FOOD S MPCOUPONS

I MANURE ,I I t, 9TION:FonD; .CASE COUNTY.NO. CIVIL AC- Attorneys for,Executor, ......58 C J -114 < 111(111BONELESS (
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\ 'IN ItEt.TheTMarralgeorCORALYN First PntollcaOoof June $;1972*- r r
I I 6/8 4t 6/29! ?.
I SterllieJWeedFrte J. M RfN Wife AND CENTER CUT Ermllr I LUSCIOUS RID RIPEIIa1NNeay

I j I DAVID II. MARTIN Husband. NOTICEI SIRLOIN' I ROUND ; WATER-

I411LB., . .I 1.77 I I DISSOLUTION OF MAH 1(1( AGE will not be responsible for 1AN1 r ..eelVAroEtATID
NOTICE OF SUIT any debts made bv anyone other (
TO: DAVID H. MARTINStreet than myself. Lester J. Leach. STEAKS STEAK MELONS
: : Address UnknownBentonvllte.'Arkansas 6/29. tp. 7/6 M .iK 1 1
15% SEVIH ..- .
:::i 12 C 1 1
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED IN THE COUNTY JUUu :'S _
I Very Safe I I that an action far dissolution COURT OF BRADFORD. _

I For "Fleas on I It of marriage has been COUNTY.INPROBATE FLORIDA $129 1 Ili/rlrfl $119 I 79cGI
filed against you and you are Inn Nt aED < t nimalilId! I It required to serve a copy of IN RE: Estate of MERTIE V.
Vegetable!: Dust your written defenses If any ROSE Deceased TIDE
t I It to It on ELZIE S. SANDERS NOTICE TO CREDITORS / NMV SUI. Il

. 1.39 Attorney lor''petltfooer. whose All creditors of the Estateof ... O1aINI
t 4I.B. I II. 1 address Is mWestCallStreet, MERTIE V. ROSE, deceased .011 73 C

I I. I I Starke Florida and rue the are hereby notified and
10% original with'the Clerk of the required to file any claims
I above-styled Court on or before or demands which: they may SomnBuyMAXWELL A
I : July J972; otherwise a have against said Estate In the ..irHfc ,..
CHLORDANE may -
judgment: \ be entered agalnst Office of the County Judge of h .
> i a.I.43
you for the relief demanded Bradford County,Florida,In the OUESEnE : ne.s .
Dust for \IIt:4 J Uo.iches / "r
: ; VOyitp
I : I It 1 In the Petition for Court House at Starke, Florida
Main More InsectsTORO Dissolution Marriage.. within six calendar months from I
t tt
t WITNESS my hand and the the date of the first publicationof FARMBEST I JUNE BOY FRESH Pantry Pride '"

t 41.13. . '1.69I I t tI seal of said Court on this 16 this notice Each claim or ,
day of June. A.D. 1972.GILBERT demand must be In writing and g / i :,] S FRUIT rGRN
,
I .- I I S.; BROWN,CLERK must state the place of real- IIIgN"DIXIE: : KOSHERDILLS
11 OF dence and
THE CIRCUIT COURT post office address
I I BYj BEULAH M. MOODY of the claimant and must be i iBonuiSuy ; DRINKSASSORTED
I lEPUTY CLERK sworn to by the claimant, Ms SUGAR DOODLES
I 8/29 agent his nrrrrlr 1
or
4t 7/20, attorney or It will: I T
1 I become void according to law. ...48 /", / I
t FICTITIOUS NAME S/DAMEL! w. UNDSEY .,:=

1I I 1 I NOTICE DANIEL W. LINDSEY EXECutor PKG 2/$1 GALLON/9C.: 4lCALIFORNIA
Notice Is hereby given that of the Estate of MER- i 146oZ
I I the Mr. and Mrs. .
1'I undersigned TIF V RCKF.; itareased nanmi MNMTUNA' OF 12 CANS
t.t Harry Edward ;coney Intend S/EUGENE F. SHAW I
t.I t 1, to engage In business under the SHAW AND I KOPELOUSOS BonuiBuy

1 I flcldous name of Thomas Sport 142 West Call Street BonuiBuy 1
I Shop Fish Pond. Highway 100 Starke Florida 32091 e CAN.5.' 2 Sweet

I South Statue Fla. and will register Attorneys for Executor
e ld name with t Clerk First publication: June S, 1972 GEORGIAPEACHES GREEN CHARCOAL
I I of the/ ""l'CUIt Court, Bradford 6/8 4t 629NOTICE onuiBuy LEMONS
Count);; Starke, Fla., under t thero'blOUof MfllOGC'S CUKES BRIQUETSomnSuT
1 I the Florida Stat CORNFLAKES
tues.// Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edward L I A_ _

1 t OF SHERIFF'S SALE 19* .
Cooney, P.O. Box H5-E. Notice Is hereby that L
I I Starke. Fla. 32091 owners. elat P.D. R ddl.b. as given Sheriff of .... 36,. .. .

4tp.9/29. Bradford County, Florida under I BomnSuy COMPARE! ..:.:!.: :
,
t and by virtue of Writ ofExecll.Uon .roE' .... OIANTlevuaur I ....SOU* I. HOT DOG OR
to-wlfc onutluy I PAMPERS I Miracle Whip'"U.11."...Ot.I ..: 59c 1
TOR COUNTY Execution Issued out of Small StarklstTUNA :;;;PEAS DIAPERS HAMBURGERROLLS
JUDCE.V ''
rcocsT OF" Claims Court of Bradford County I I I'Strawberry Preserves r..1:1; ;:: 59c :
121" f/ BRADFORD I,19
COUNTY FLORIDA Florida pursuant to a Final .---.. 1.29VLASIC. Sunaid Grape Jelly ." '.. 49c 1
w.wwwwwww.l.ww. :. -.I
Whirlwind iB
I IN PROBATE Judgement toe Southern Discount
; I
I ,.
.31c .
/ IN Co of Starke. Florida lyo.y\owPricc IvtryayLo.rPll Sunaid Apple Jelly. N 39c
BE MERTIE V. CAN ... I I ,
I (Hand Propelled ; teems HOSHSN
ROSE and against inning Grlffls.. defendant VIENNASAUSACC I PICKLECHIPS I Suave Shampoo v.v!,;,!,*/;?.':?; 2/l/

j $109.95 I J I -NOTICE OF PROBATE In with the amount costs of of$400.00together collection. I i Suave Hair Spray .....: .:., ;:..o 49c I SLICED 29 e
DIXIICRYSTAi
I I TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED : .5I .. 12' eJ
-
JI 1 I IN THE ESTATE OF SAO Have eelzed and have'In :.:. :: .49c I Hair Spray a :.::: 101 .a. 49c 1 I s
my
I DECEDENTS: > \. H __
the SIIt3A1It
j 19"'Guardian 1(I a You written ar*Instrument hereby notified purporting Oat wit possession: personal following property; described to-- '58 c. mm': 'mtm'.A. Every D yibwPrk* BonutBuy

Self Propelled I I .."" the-'Last will of 1957 Chevrolet PlckupTruck: IANQUI* OllM Pantry Pride BANANA
,
MERTIE ROSE decease.
v. IDJB57A100259 1 ,auras f PANTRY PIIIOB CREAMPIES
I $189.95 t has been admitted to probate Title 8S76643 faeronaut ICE CORNFLAKES 1 SPRAYDEODORANT I-OAF
:i I ln MM Court. You1 are hereby Tag 49 G -1t81 : :/ [ I I CBEAMMl 1 1 1 ** CAKE

I I I commanded within sixeaiewMr As the property; of the above ge...-J I GALLON 1 1 ITHCM' sIZE 1

1 Joe Says Try Our (I, monuis iron i1N named defendant and that on IIILK I ::::::---9': :: ':: I 1.I.nn: t.see.e.le.r., 1
date of me first publication of ""r l. O e..ee l..V
July ..... .. .. .
Monday, the 10* day of ,AU. ,jw ,- t1 -LO..011 .r
Low
Every Day Prices I I this notice tp appear In Oils CAH Its 0
1972 _
at twelve o'clock Noon en t------ r ______
Court _
and
O.I'DA$ shorn. If aw, said day on die premise of
I I lOG can, why the\ action of this
.1 1ST [ Court In said the Bradford County Jail I will
1 adnttttaf stand offer for sale and Mil to the IonuI8uy IttoraNaey 1onuIIuy'NrJD.yt.owHcc IwryOaylewPricc. g amiiBuvPANTRY BonuI8uy Ro1NNtwrPOIIiMA
to probate should, not
: 1 0 ONT1OLa I amet'0U4.' .(), '" highest bidder for cash labial, ...""".""". FYMI .antryPrMe "u' KRAFT DAYTIME
the
t r THERON A.TTAWN above described propertyof DOG CRISCO BAKI POTATO PAMPERS
J. ocM i., said defendant to satisfy CHOW PRIDE MAYOHHAI.I
( County Judn In and far the aforesaid Execution. SNOIITINING SHORT.NING NAPKINS CHIPS MAYONNAISI .IUCLI wNlDIAPERf

.II I I ........tIer. .Bndtord C ..; ,:Florida P.D. Reddish. Sheriff ..n-*3 3D CAN73C 3La 3/99'' ..1 t
Sac
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:rre.44OL
W
.VpVMl I. 'Bjr: S/Doloree .C. .Dampler Bradford County, Florida CAN 1w/N/ 38 : 57c" CT..79C

-- '" Clerk 6/15 4tchg 7/6 .

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Hampton
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''k' SAVE .

Area B
News

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By Evelyn! V. Pow.n
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PARADE PLANS : ,

Volunteer Fire Department
members met lastMinday: night
to complete plans for repre.
senUw Hampton in the "Ho
nor America Day" parade
Work on the loot is progressing
y -
nicely. Members will meet
,again this evening to put the rp
finishing touches on It. Li STOCK UP tJOW !

FALSE ALARMS
Tho lire alarm that pierced ALL STORES CLOSED
the silence of the wee hours
I'Hday morning was the work
TUESDAY JULY 4
of a prankster.A BEEF PEDe ,
ni>
number of men came out
In answer to the alarm. The I a
report was that "somaono with Quantity Rights
long hair" was seon running

from the scene. ReservedCOPYRIGHT I \ l

PERSONALS
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Mr. and Mrs. George Kodrl-
'quez attended the National Association rt
of Letter Carriers ,1 J.

.last Convention week. In St. Petersburg PRICES GOOD THURS. JUNE;29 THRU WED. JULY 5

They visited with friends Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Oestreich, and I.
Mr. and Mrs. AI Kellerof Toledo ,
Ohio. The Ocstrelches and 99

Itodriquezes Kellers will on be their visiting way home the SWIFT'S PREMIUM WHOLE CANNED" :$

next week. _
Visitors at the Freeman C.
Reed home last week included III J.j J .
Freeman's mother and stepfather } ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete '11:1.: ,
Moore his sister Mrs. Judy SLICED
Counts her daughters SheilaAnd 1 .
Susan and grandson 1'hil- :
$329
np, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Moose LB ,I',!.:,
all of Chicago and the Heed's val.ii
daughter Mardle and husband CAN t91U'II"
Bill ot Toledo Ohio.
The four generations of family IOOI
members helped Mardle LI0'1A')
and 1H1I celebrate their first ..
Wedding Anniversary on June SAVE 30c W D BRAND PURE SAVE JOc/LB-WO BRAND USDA CHOICE! BEEF BONELESS
e !
26.make Mardle their home and Bill In Hampton plan to Ground Beef 5 PKO. $299 Rump Roost $139
before the arrival of a "third ;. LB.
party" in September.Mr. .
W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF NEW YORK W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF CVf BONELESS
and Mrs. Calvin Richardand
daughter of Ocala Mr. and Steaks 10 $998' Round Roast $159SAVE
Mrs. Joel Smith of Jacksonville Strip :::J. *
'Mrs. II. W. frlester .
of Ft ;Pierce, and Mrs. Mary I lit/IB. SUNNYLAND TENDER HALF OR WHOLE. WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEFi I ?

Virginia were Waters weekend of guests Lake Butler ;of'; I Smoked Hams LI.68c Chuck Steak 88C
.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins. 44 e e e
The Royce Joyners are CHOICE
SAVE 6. W 0 BRAND SAVE 10c/lB.'WD BRAND USDA BEEF

while remodeling the youngsters their home. Mean-are All Meat Franks 59C Ground Chuck 99C
keeping cool in the new swim- LI.
mini pool. J!M!''jf.{/olPl'
Danny Gehron of I't. Lauder- SAVE 41
Joe dale Ills grandparents D.Is Oliver visiting and in Hampton Mr.his and aunt Mrs.with and I Round Roast e. LS. $118 Delmon.coT.I 10 :: : ,098

uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
Collins. SAVE 21 CRACKIN' GOOD
c.
and !Mrs. Price ..... ... '11 f' ? :' "
Mr. Buddy .I.--J -- : _... -*.., v "" ""tlsK i ;. ..
and daughter of and Tampa Roarks visited last SAVE lOc.HYGRADE WEST VIRGIaIA I *TRICK: "'aJ'CED, '1 PILLSBURY, EXTRA LIGHT ,BUTnRMIL"'f" .,, ''DK": "(.M, ,.i Potato Chipsc .
the Dennisons
,
Sunday.Uennison's Mr.brother.I'rlce is Mrs. Bacon' '1VrLB PKG. *;149) Biscuits I 4 ss1 47C -

Peggy Crawford is spendinga W. BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF RIB SAVE 20c.KRAFT'S CHEESE SPREAD 9-eB.
few days in Mlcanopy with LIS.OR LI: 3 8
her Pat sister Reed, Fred Uonna Phillips Faye Burns,John Steaks, .5 OVER $749 Velveeta 2 BOX' $129 \ PACK

Crawford and Tracy and Scott W.'D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF CUBED SAVE!! IOc PAlMETTO FARMS PIMENTO a. .
Bruno are attending 4-Il eamp LIS.OR $ Cheese h!-i, SAVE lOc .SPARKY
Zena Beth Young is recover- Steaks . 5 OVER 798W . LB.69c '
ing at home after undergoing
,
THRIFTY MAID t I .,1:1'1: \ : Charcoal I
surgery in the Gainesville Me- D BRAND SMOKED PORK SHOULDER ,,

dical Mrs.Center.Dorothy Shea and Picnics . LB 48C Evap. Milk.12C I .nt 1 \!'JO/-/
children have < to .
Starke. SAVED!! lOc SWIFT PREMIUM ALL MEAT SAVE 7t ASTORInstant \I'
0 LB. 78
Attention, Senior Citizens. Franks LB'79c Tea o or:! 88c I BAG
Your next club meeting vis . .
Friday. July 7, at 7:30 p.m. at SAVE 20e/lB/ .SWIFTS TRU.TENDER SLICED 5c OFF-ARMOURTreet .
Come
the Hampton City Hall. 12.o $ too, SAVE 9'" ARROW
and bring a friend. Beef 69C 2 J
liver LB . CANS :':,'\!'

O1 t FRENCH PRIED HEAT ft SERVE ARROW ASSORTEDNapkins :: Paper Platesc I
the rzi'zio' 60.ct ,
LS, ,
Fish Sticks 2 99eSAVE 2 25C
5: '
) TK Rr7 -' PKGS. .
SUPERBRAND LOW FAT" SWISS STYLEYogurt THRIFTY I MAID BARTLETTPears J ISO.CT.
Lj ADMVI/ideeaJ/ 16'0.. $100 : PKG.
4 ss $1 4 ; 1
. CANS '/ iLi:; :I;

,
It!
1 1 'O fIH
:
3UPERBRAND ICE CREAM SAVE 5e .DEEP SOUTH FRESH KOSHER SAVE 201 MPlELL'S

the"Long species hair, on permits the male brain of SANDWICH, Dill I Sticks . 16'01.JAR 38C Pork'& Beans 6 Ss *1 1SAVE )00

power to rent while mouth 11 v 4t SAVE 33clTHRIFTr MAID
takes over." SAVE 6 aol. ::)') 16... $
power Lipton Tea . PKG. 85C Pork, & Beans 8 CANS )

2 98c12PK. $100 % SAVE 7c .REYNOLDS 13.CT ''i fcAYTIME\'! OR 12.CT. OVERNIGHT

PKG.. Mayonnaise' I Aluminum Foil . 25 ,15" 58 Pampers. . . PKG. 79e

t SAVE I 7e.REALEMON I lOc OFF. ,

Lemon Juice . 3201.JAR 58C Ivory I I Liquid . BOTTLE 22.... 48C
LIBBY LEMONADE LIMEADE OR PINK
SAVE Be.PUNCH GIANT All PURPOSE'
Lemonade . 6 "s 79C 49'0' LI.
Detergent . PKG. 58e Crisco'. . . 3 CAN. 73e
SAVE so..SALUTO

Charley Aak cr': Party'Pizza 2 &. $)" 32-oif. _J Catsup.SAVE Be. THRIFTY MAID. .. t'. . 32.-... 38e Bathjissue CHARM'N"' . 4 PKG ROLL 38e

j SAVE 20e.POLY lAG FROZEN FRENCH FRY JAR JUMBO VIVA DIXIE DARLING
"
:'.L -, Potatoes 5 LAG 69C Paper Towels 3 ROLLS 87C Family? Bread . -v 22CPINEBREEZE
: IIP jourt*
RED RIFE GRADE 'A' PRESH FLORIDA All WHITE SAVE 7t.PIXIE DARLINGWatermelons

About TIde Que Uoa: I EACH 88C Mayonnaise bt.H Medium Eggs 3 DOUN *)l00 Dinner: Rolls . 2 --. 39C

GEORGIAPeaches I SUPERBRAND SAVE lOc'-pWIf DARUNO

"Building bout 4%' each costs :year.are up a-A . 29C Margarine . 6 PKGS.1.LI. $1 1O0 1 Apple Strudel . % 59eA

value Homeowner will fall Policy to meet at full re- ".......-.-...._._._.__..._-.T'..._.___.__. ..__. ,...-.--.,-- .. ..._..._-_. ..--._.....-----___._.____.___:_.___. ..______ ..- .___.__:__.a.-.___- _,_I" .__'!__---- ...--------.---..

placement value by roul'''' ': I EX.--R l :f EX.-RA. EX.--R I hl ii EX.--HA. : EX.-RA. :

ly three' 12% at later.renewal Does time the : I WITH*..w.GREEN.M, COtIMM STAMPS wl UKMH.. : I I .d71. L .,.GREEN!. ,1. !WNM STAMPS.WI tennis/!. / I I -dy, !(..GREEN W4f.M STAMPSWWAtu AM. MMCN.M O* I I dry_ !W.N GREEN n.K_STAMPS... ,.O M t/ ::1 I I JM .GREEN- *, fl *STAMPS M.* .. J :
:years Agency ONE : ONE 1001. JAR 1 TWO 5'', .... PKGS. 1 .THREE 10'/J.oo. PKGS.CRACKIN' ONE PACK; o
Charley E. Johns 7.,. CAN f ASTORInstant CRACKIN- GOOD SOUR CREAM ft GOOD : WO BRAND BEEF '
have an Inflation Guard'endorsement : Lysol Spray ::1/'t. Coffee Onion Chips 1 Toaster Pastry ::1 Chopped Sirloin ;:
that Increases : GOOD THRU JULY J 1 "'''' GOOD THRU JULY 5 mot'" GOOD THRU JULY 3 GOOD THRU JULY JO1 GOOD THRU JULY 9 c
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AGENCY I I ,. Juice ". Pork Steaks :'I to,. Country Cured Ham : Canned Ham :
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Items Must Be
All News


I Elzie Sanders II i Early For Next Issue

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.' ...; Due to the Fourth of July We would appreciate having
Will Run For holiday foiling oa Tuesday.; It some Items by Friday, If possible -
will tw necessary for all correspondents and not later than Mon-
'day noon at the latest. Anything
columnUU,
received after Monday may not
'
church and club reporters, and In next week's
appear paper.
,t other contributors to get their
t" vi Advertising copy should be
i
County JudgeLocal F items to The Telegraph as soon ,.submitted early.
3
k 4 M possible for next week'pub-
i UcaOoo.UP. :

s lli "
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ership Society.-:- "',
attorney Elzle S. San- Band SetsI
ders has announced his Intention lie entered the College of
to seek the office of County Law at the University of Florida k July 4 ConcertAt
; Judge in and for Bradford In 1965 receiving the Degree -
County; of Juris,Doctor In 1I 6S. R Foster ParkThe .
"My legal training and experIence and was admitted to The Florida jrxe1r
of die practice of law Bar the same year. He
_best qualtfe me for the officer has been a practicing attorney 40-jrfece University; of
of County; Judge My position In Starke since that time and Florida Summer Band will
as Prosecuting Attorney for Is a member of Phi Alpha Del- M present a concert at the Ste-
Bradford County as well as ta legal fraternity. l 1 Jae phen Foster Memorial on Tues "see .uay5bttiiV'

previous experience as coun- Sanders is presently servingas .M day, July 4, In celebration of
sel In both civil and criminal County; Prosecuting: Attorneyas ; 1 r- s, .''a. Independence Day.and also honoring
cases has allowed me to gain County; Prosecuting Attorney Stephen] Foster, who was
the knowledge/ which I feel Is for Bradford County, 4 a. .. born on July 4, 1826.
necessary for this Judicial position Is attorney for The Bradford The program! la scheduled at

says Sanders 32. County; Zoning'"Board City Bradford County 4-H Irs line up In fount .f the bus that will take them to Cherry Lake for 4-t4.. Camp. 3:30 pan. on the outdoor stage. ,
-- i ioverlooking
Attorney for the City; of -
"My goal as your county; Judge
the Suwannee River
Hampton, Legal Advisor to the
would be to give moaning to the
statement "JUSTICE IS local draft Board a memberof made. famous In song by
TRUTH ACTION." The Florida Bar and Eighth Prison Makeshift Foster. one of (he mUon'sgreet

Judicial Circuit Bar Association. .. ... ..., .... ,.. '" _., ,,. ,.u. .. .,. composers.The .
"" t' public is Invited to'attend
: -
._ Appointee. :.t }; r" .. P ,
Locally, Sanders Is a mem- Weapon v iM. i' .i}; ; the concert and there .is
; ,
; .
;
ber of the Downtown Merchant's 'fjt,; no admission charge other than
Committee of Starke, was elec- (From Page I 1)) WoundsInmate i! the regular fee for entry Into
ted to the Board of Governors I.( Foster Park.
of the Starke-Bradford Cham- .:. i The 253-acr park la opento i
ber of Commerce. Prison Com- slflcations supervisor of the ,' i the public from 9 a.m. to
mittee, Children's Committee. Florida State Prison, and promoted 5:30: pun. dally throughout the
ii Mental Health Committee, and to chief classification ,: year, with the exception of
i i Bradford County; Historical supervisor for the Division of Using a homemade weapon ,, : Christmas Day.The Fo.terMu-
ii i Commission..He received an Corrections In 1968, with headquarters fashioned from a toothpastetube H11r: seem, 97-bell carillon, picnic
award from the CUBB Agency at the Lake Butler matches and a pencil i : grounds, boat ride on the Su
recognizing him for his voluntary Mxcai and Reception Center.. a Ralford State Prison Inmate : wannee, and other attractions
service to that organization He was named A..lstantSuper- shot and wounded another are enjoyed by Floridians and
a' Intenden of the main unit at prisoner Warden L. E, thousands of ouUof-state visitors -
RalfojcdJl In August 1971. Tuesday.Dugger throughout the year.
He Is also the Immediate Digger said i
The two present units main i'I
past-president, of' the Starke said Jackie Hysmlth, ''I
Jaycees and Is'currently on the prison In Union County; and 26, of Escambla County; was ,
Board of Directors of that East Unit In Bradford County; ) wounded Saturday night
organization,'and belongs to the will become two separate prisons Doctors said the metal projectile *
on July 1 1. to comply with
embedded inHysmlth's
Starke Elk's Club. was still
act passed by the 1971 Potl4akcrf. especially la vP!
Mr. Sanders and his familyare an liver but that he was
The main California, warn that their -
pur- results
liie Sander members :'of St. Mark's Legislature. recovering from his wounds. TttN'INNtlttxl'lIl'nl: : : :
of the Is to are lot prediction
Episcopal Church'' of Starke pose separation said Carl Bowman cooixliiuition
Digger mid -
.workmanship! \
reflect what the
reduce the size of the Institution Tbey merely
and he Is currently. serving 43, serving 20 years on a of rubric\ und I luittornl \
Sanders holds an Associate on the Vestry"'',; It was saldlValerie Palm Beach County; conviction people Interviewed thought at. l brought top honors to l7yrsr -
Arts and Bachelor of Arts Degree Is'V the moment. Or thought they liollhmis.
Sanders married> to the had fired the projectile from old I'hylix
from Jacksonville Uni- former Sandra ;Poynter of his cell as Hysmlth walked by. Vending machine* yetded only small change end the thought. ..Milk-ton. Cui;"., in the teen

versity, majoring In History- Jacksonville, who served as a Turner Bowman flushed Ms barrelof no cash for thieve entering Thursday night. e division! of tin National
While Jackson armory Colton SvwinK Contost -
Government. at Clranuo\
teacher in Bradford County; the device down the toilet .
ville University, he served as V :
Chi 1964-67. They/are the parents Found. and It wasn't recovered Dug
Beta Body .
of ,
president Omega
of two Eric
sons, prisoner
age
was a member of the Inter- 2 1/2 and Paul,
fraternity Clearing Council,House Florida, Treasurer CItizenshIp -- (From Page 1)) from a toothpaste tube. f ft r ,
have been filed
No charges
of the Senior Class, and
Rain In connection with the In- THE
was honored by his election to *:c.:; driver attached no significanceto elder Dugger said. LAND OF
Green Key Honorary Lead- the Incident until days later t ,

(From" Peg I 1)) when he heard of the murders.

Honor Anr.ericaCelelJrlltion included In \fete, 'week average) Until late discovery Sunday afternoon of the skeleton no

had an average of '.8 Inches further trace was found to the MENTAL t DOUBLE HIDE
of rain over the county; Louts murders or" Valerie's disappearance HEALTHMATTE ,
Hill was the wettest getting though rumors
one Inch of water. New River abounded and authorities spent !
(From Page 1))
and Santa Fe both measuredthe endless hours checking out

to Walter King, same amount of .rain .7 every lead. Bertram S. Brown, M.D. .. .
according Inches. ; One man. Karl. Degregory ;
tJ chairman of the event. Little change Is ixptctod: lit Ormoiid Beach told authorities Director t t
", A unique trophy/ the rear end the weather this weekend.Forecast he killed the women. But National Instituteof I v
of a horse, will be presented Is partly cloudy, 30-40 under questioning about details Mental Health I ? I < ." ,
the winner of the Softball game. per cent chance of rain with of the murders it was deter- ,, ''IiI-I M 't t ,
Ten entrants are already thunder showers beginning a- mined Degregory could not possibly ., \ ( ,
signed up for tie Little King bout noon with precipitation a- have committed that '

I and Queen Contest. Prizes will mounting to ..1, to .5 Inches. crime though he has been ex- daily encouraging hii: been the I :
:' be a $10 Savings bond with tradlctod to Charlotte N.C. I beginning of ill augur| piojcitH ,
First Federal. The new queen where he faces charges of slayIng for child: iitlvoc.ic: ) in UilicrcnlparlH
will receive $5 gift from Lei an elderly couple. of the .
l. la's and king a $5 one from Plea Day Investigating Into the murders Community, counti menial) health t .I. '
.i Eagle-De Vane's. continues from, several
The kids will also ride In aspects Deputy Reddish' said MTvici:!* and centers: to piovijc .

the parade as will the reign- (From Pogo I 1)) He emphasizes there has beenno them continued: tit grow 'amimature. -:::::- b d .::7 0

,. Ing king, Kevin and Johns queen from and Lisa last to six months probation undera let up In-county, stateor some A survey JINN)of facilities{ resourceshowed : :in t **** 1.1; t
year /
probation officer. federal efforts'to solve the the'l'.S.' providing 17 kind of
I Lawson.Also riding in the parade In the morning: session,mostly case, and says there. will not mental health. nrrvices.: w

w will be Strawberry Queen Dint traffic arrests, the bond be. The network: of comprehensive : .
na Prevatt. eetreatures'were: 'Percy Ro- Reddish asks that residents commnnil: ) menial. health I
FRANCHISED :
Washington. ALL OUR HOMES ARE
Bclnd all the fun says senbloom. Ruby John report any movement anywherenear centers il it prominent in the
Clark. Earl Roger Brown. the area where the skenton -
i
Mrs. Hitch, is a serous purpose picture !Supported I IH federal.'
to remind local citizens Barbour Campbell, Willie was found around the perIod Mate and commiinil: fuiuls.

I their heritage, bring them James Day;;,KarenJardlvg Thomas of out Nov.of 30 the last year. Anything some 4I 0) of these centers arc ON SALE FOR THE 4fh' .
,
ordinary
closer together, and to renew Reginald Jerome Shaw or furnishing!! or getting/ .ieail) loprovide ,
I II
old-fashloncd togetherness. James Pa.cal"'RoBl, Wesley which cannot'be explained services 1 : lo 11 population
More than $1,000 has been Ralph Godwin\;' Goerge: F. See- which happened on or about of bar<) million.
contributed by local civic clubs ley, David Lampman Jimmie Nov 30 might assist lawmen Research: also propcsseJ./ I'o
I! to sponsor the second annual II. Dugger, Sharon' Patricia in their Investigation, Reddish cite ooh one of in.inv promising | .Homes Such As: t tt
\ Honor America Day.Admission Longo Arlie Glenn Frankl stresses. lirulings.! 11 ili-cmei') ..... ;, .
I to the ceremonies Is tree. No BUIy Lloyd 'McCormlck, Robert Reddish said there was no mode' that' hrings! hope: ol'cur.. '

charges will be made for participating Alfred 'Hudson, Emma ins> or preventing some kiml* of t Peachtree Eagle Richardson (Guerdon. jt
in any of the Honor Lee Phillips." Gwendolyn Jef- apparent effort to bury Val "tonal icliirJalion;' I., inleclingpiiienis ,
America Day sponsored activi flelee Ails, Claude: Hayden Din- erie's body.Deputies. uiih a virus Boise Cascade Everglades Town Craft Nobility ,

ties. There will be booths sponsored kins, Syvest Summers, Ulan ,. and Starke police Ovci.ill evidence: nl pu'i'v! '' South ,
by various organizationsand Lewis Mack Johnny Bee l\1Jc. staked off the area, recovered i. .iv.iil.iHc., II'''. llus, IK'S 'in t Brigadier Dodco Deep Cameron .
the chicken dinner for which Sara Shealy Warrlngton and the remains before dark Sun- the concrete fact. th.il,' iheie was Regent 'taller House Shelby Barrington'
charges will be made. John C. O'Neal, Jr.,all charged day, then spent protect under a slurp drop in I I'I'I l in 1 the
with unlawful speed and Grady an awning tent the continuing decline in mashers t Skyline Flamingo Young American El Cona
II t tt
"It is the opinion of this office Lamar Williamson, chargedwith crime scene. of palientM in mental hospitals.
that everyone In Bradford careless driving. Lt. Pat Henry, Starke police, Not any did, the number of r '
County; should participate In our Cases dismissed were: Walter spotted the diamond engagement such palients >go> don n sieahlO.J '> THESE AND MAY MORE
local Honor America Day and Ha rreli.Douglas, charged ring beside a tree as he was "2 less than the year, he-- I II t tt
renew an old fashioned togetherness with operating''a motor vehi- about to set down his radio fore I.1 hut 1 also the ,.11.- of decline ,
and affirm afresh closer cle without'' a drivers license Proving the II
a communicator. accelerated.' ,
Americanism and patriotic and failure to appear ona "eagle eye" tag given by II I See Pete Peters TODAY For The Best
stronghold In our county; and summons I land Sylvester fellow searchers, Lu Henry II t tt
country," stated Mayor Carl Lott, who wa*,dismissed because spotted the second ring Mon what the !kind of unborn thilJ
Hurst In proclaiming'' :Tuesday+ the.'oIticer that made day. or fetus I in to' be ni.iv be the Deal On Your New Mobile Home
i Honor America Day. the arrest ttM not turn In nutritional state uf the motherat : I iTHE t tt
the proper paper the point of conception.

Tax Ratio guilty E.; E.to Bailey the'.charge plead of driv-not enters Once a born perioj the in which individual the .ANSWER TO TODAYS LIVING NEEDS...
while Intoxicated. His was t t tt
ing brain will gro rapidly in the A 9ro, M /.r p. 'St
dt'a. a na k1/
i
the only traffic court case ensuing 18 months than it ever
(From Page I 1)) to be filed,on the trial docket. will again.At .
Fines Imposed on persons for the beginning of life he t t tI
Th _Bradford Assessor said unlawful speed.were: Patricia lays, there is no connection .9 Yt. y'c y'K fI'
the six per cent Increase In the among the senses. Bui there
ratio was due largely to Increases Marie Wells,''Charlie Jenkins. are "organizers" in the Infants
in areas where property Charles Coppock. John Win- earl) experience. A major one I' "
f ; was selling for more gate, all''fined $36 or three is vision. Another is pain. I' OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK TILL DARK
than he had It assessed days in, JtlU Leroy McCray, The Infants second and third
: particularly lake lots, and fined $51 or five days In Jail; )ears of life are bus) ones in
property; In the country club John Robert Lewis, fined $101or terms of personality development .
area. 10 days In Jail. : and character formation ,
THE
The county's; new tax roll Fines Imposed for other proceeds: actively, much of' it I LAND OF
Is up$2,167OUOoverlastyear's charges meret John Libby simultaneously.
figure due largely to new construction $13.50 or two< days for operating It i Is in the Brat three years,
Long said. The new a motor vehicle on an invalid thai the groundwork is laiJ for
non-exempt total I. $34,346.- Inspection certificate later behavior: and Dr. Lourie '
668 using. the 1971 railroad property Claire Svitek no drivers license emphasizes that those concerned DOUBLEIDES
I ; assessment Long said $13.50 ortwodaysClen-; with human behavior :
I II i The new figure has not yet da Johnson Green, careless driving problems ""15'' be concerned
I
I 1 I been Assessment received from Board.! the Railroad $36 GI',!dine days In Jail; 0 life.with the first three years. 'of I!

I ;, Long said that the current Horace iEJmtV McGee Jr. R'STRIPESBoldI1.trlped *. Owned And Operated By
while intoxicated,, $151or StJP
driving
"total Just value" of property; ( 'I
So.
cotton denim shape il wquld seem the old
: In the county; Is $147.448,768 60 days and 90 day revocation sportcoat for ,
a new-looking saying thai as the twig is bent I Inc.
;j I wti' : property, of his.license. spring-summer 71. By Peters so is the oak tree Inclined I I. 'Wildwood' Mobile Homes
exempt' and netexemptthe In Warrants were Issued for the' Sportswear, the coat Is styledwith true-- s far as It
; L and Includes l arrest of Catty P.GWaIIo 7ti ee- wide lapels and loebut i t
county, age extra coincide It doesn't go fir enough. Tin 1400 N. Temple Ave.. Phone 964-8919 Starke. Florida
lyn Bay I Browtvand David Block, that
r rtcultural land nt Its Just va- patch pockets corn and beyond involved,
"taer-invreou of reduced value for failure to appear In court' with the striped pattern. loot are .a'I: / i .ataAa
assessment purposes. Ball Is .e.."$501 In each case.' ::
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/ By Linda WhartooPhor I Rotary 4I '
I Hilites
r Keystone 473-4818.* 4734907or Installs



OfficersLon
DUPLICATE BRIDGE: chance In Saturday and holiday Dorothy McGivern. Don's
w'nner"' of the duplicate dispatches. At 12 noon on Saturday aunt, was also here. After jr

bridge Melrose played Tuesday at the the outgoing mail slot'* leaving Keystone they spent a Rushton left) waspresented
Woman's Club are In the lobby wtlpbe sealed With few days in Planet world before '
First; Mrs. W. A. Davie Mrs a notice to deposit all mall in returning to New Castle, a special award by 1
President Watt Harden-
Jim fierce; Second, Mrs. Ro the outside" receptacle. Pa. Vice
land Bryan. Mrs. C. V. Horne, All mall will reach Gaines Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Aiken berg for 23 years of perfect
attendance at the Keystone Ro-
Third, Mrs. W. H, Bartlett, ville at the same time as It spent a week In Naples with
Club's annual Installation
Mrs. F. G. Melrlck; Fourth has In the past. U mall is the E. P. Menzens. They en- tary
at the Woman's Club
Mrs. Paley Boyd Mrs. John dropped In the letter drop in Joyed their visit but were una- e rl banquet
building Friday night June
1 22.
Strawn. the Post Office lobby It will ble to bring any snook backas

GARDEN CLUB not"go out until Monday at 5 for fishing.the weather was too bad Mr; Rushton, who Is moving
p.m. Stamps are available from the Carolinas
to expressed
OF THE LAKES"Flowers Mr. and Mrs. Ron Green of
the vending machine Inside the gratitude for what Legion, and Sportsmen's Club a
Rotary has ney will be used by some deserving -
Inside and Out"was Live Oak and their two daugh-
Post Office lobby. Do not put done for him over the past combination which has produced student In his or her
the theme for the short ters. Kelly and Kathy. were
money (for stamps) In the outside years, and hopes to be backin spectacular results in the "Our quest for an education. Administrators
course held June 20 through recent guests' of Mrs. Green'sparents Country Cay"
Keystone to receive 25- program. of this fund Char
23 mall box. a are
at
the Univ. of Fla. In the Al Watsons.
Gainesville Those S, E. has year pin. lie Hutcheson, Charles Rider
attendingwere 'PERSONALSTerry McKay Just returned Two of the most significant
Mrs. Caroline from to Pasca- and Dwight Arnold.
Wagner a trip
and Dottie De Witt donation
the
spent The following officers accomplishments were -
Mrs. Emily Ison, Mrs. J. guala and Lucedale, )Miss' new
the Father's
Uay weekend with of $350 to the Rotary
Miller Wrinkle where he visited old friends were Introduced and installedby President Wharton Introduced
Mrs. Robert!
his Mr. and Mrs W.D. Foundation which brought theKeystone
family ,
Mr. Hardenbergh for the Mayor and Mrs. Ray Startle,
Griffin
and Mr. and\ Mrs. and relatives. He spent some
Do Witt, 'lerry is club the 600
vicepresidentof to
:Mel I up Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Lowery
Walter Greaves. time with R. C. McKay and 6 coming year: Taylor, president -
an advertising firm locatedIn Claude Passeau, who was the ; Jim Wharton, vice pre per cent level, and the contribution and Miss Gertrude Mouser,
WOMAN'S CLUBA Orlando. pitcher for the Chicago Cubs. llen-Derknian sident; JimChesslngton, secre of $400 In time certi- the Rotary pianist, as guest
KOP (Keystone on Parade) stein Mr. and Mrs.and Jerry Feck- Mr. Passeau is ,now sheriffof A tary-treasurer; and board ficates, which raised the scho- of the club, followed by the Introduction -
daughter soninlawof
bake and food sale, sponsoredby Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rodgers George County; In Missis members, Mike Faikel, Hugh larship fund to $1,000. The mo of other guests. and
the Woman's Club, will beheld are visiting friends intew! sippi.Lt. Miss Sheryl Elaine Derkman Hegart, Mrs. Chris Thompson; Gault, George :Manning, and Rotary Anns.
July 3, starting at 8.30 York City: for two weeks. They Col. and Mrs. Alfred of Gainesville daughter of Mr. and Mis. .Gloria Allen. The Bill Bartlett.
a.m.. In front of the Keystone will be attending a wedding at Watson were visiting his parents and Mrs. Oren Thomas Derkiman maid of honor and attendants Democrats Raise Funds I
Water Works office on Law- Cornell University In which Mr. and Mrs. Al Watson of Starke, and George wore gowned alike in floor Bill Baker Introduced dIe
rence Blvd Jerry will be best last week. With them were Francl Allen of Gainesville, length lavender crepe dresses main speaker for the, evening, Democratic voters, office inion these measures would only
man.
Miss Susan Bird, brideelectof their son, Tom and Bob andBarbara's son o Mrs. Lena M. Clemensof with empire waist trlmm: In former (Congressman D. II. holders, and political hopefuls, weaken the individual.
ST. WILLIAM'S sister, Miss Me- Illllcrest; were united In white and lavender lace. They some 249 strong gathered in The crowd which included a
The CHURCH! Gary Iliatt was honored linda Evans. marriage at 2 p.m. on June 3, wore wide brim'ned white straw (Billy) Matthews, who gave an the Clay High School cafeteria representative number of t

Williams Altar Church Society will of hold St.a with 17 by a Mildred bridal luncheon Lovorn on and June Elaine Jim Fox has returned from In St. Edward's Catholic ChurchIn hats. with lavender streamers Inspiring talk on the three"A's" last Saturday night for a $7.50a blacks and youth, gave Chap-
Starke with Father James Anarchy, Apathy, and Dell a standing ovation as he
-- fund dinner
and I have also and carried plate raising ,
bake sale summer camp of
before and nosegays
after Henderson.
the Miss Bird is concluded with call for
a party
Cregan performing the cere- lie combined the threeto
Saturday, 5:30: p.m. Mass and to be married July 1. learned that he passed his real lavender, yellow and white Atheism sponsored by the Clay County: ;
separately unity at Uie state and
mony. show that, together or Democratic Committee. local
Congratulations, daisies with
estate exam. lavender stream-
before and after Sunday massesat Mr. and Mrs. W. D. DeWitt
Jimmy 1 We will expect great The altar was decorated with the American people Tom Ryan minister of the' national levels during the upcoming
8:30: and 10:30:; a.m., July attended the Installation ban- two standing baskets of white ers.Rice themselves
are hurting Orange Park Methodist Church:
things from you. bags were passed out elections.
12. quet on Juno 23 at the San
daisies of
Bingo Is held each 1'riday Mateo Restaurant of the Life hanks go out to Betty; and gladioli and pastel bv Vanessa nation and Bernie through their use. served as master of ceremonies -
and white.
lavendar, yellow,
Dot for the lovely dinner they Adrldge. and Introduced tho truest
night at the church hall. Play Underwriters Association. Mrs. E, ,\. Lamm, organist The retiring president, Jim William
Installation speaker, Congressman -
served at the Rotary The
begins promptly at 7:30: Dennis was the retiring bride, given In marri-
p.m.IJOST pre- and Gerald Williams, soloist; Wharton, reviewed the club's Chuppell of the 4th Con- S.E. MCKAY
.
sident.. age by her father,wore a Chantilly
presented a program of nuptial activities forUheyearwith special
OI)TICK: Mr. and Mrs. Robert II. Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Gard- lace gown In rose medal- gressional District. Using the REALTOR
music. Readings! were given by prlase to his board of directors -
husband topic AmlalJemocrafl"Rep
and \Vhy
ners' daughter ,
111'00lJlANGES: : Lappe attended the of lion design
wedding over layers of
William T. Hegert. Jim Chessinglon, :Mike
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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lineback, Chappell expressed his Keystone ties, 473-4816
In an effort by (ho U. S. Glenn Few, son of tho late starched net and bridal taffeta. Taikel, Mel Taylor, and Bill
Kingsport, Tenn. are guests John T. Allen attended his personal beliefs In tho party
Postal Service to ,curtail expenses William G. Few and Mrs. The fitted bodice was enhanced Bartlett
this week of her parents.Mr. brother as best man. Ushers principles as set forth by the
and still give customers I.appo, at Trinity Methodist by a scalloped sabrlna It was pointed out that the HOMES ACREAGESRENTALS
founders of the
good service .there has been a Church in Ashvllle, N. C.Glenn were Rod.wy. Paul, Richard neckline embroidered with flo- Fish Fry and Swim Program, Democratic
.
: Muh- Party lie also voiced his
and his bride, formerly Miss and Mrs. Wally Derkman, brother of the bride ral sprays of seed pearls and the club's main project. has opposition
!Lisa Cook; ; both In the USA I Ihofer have been enjoying a and Morris Thnmrwnn Iridescent sequins. The sleeves evolved Into a community to a variety of current -
and will be stationed at Ullo- visit from relatives, Mr. and Miss Carolyn Jean Moody were long and lacy and ended ject. Taking part with the pro-Ro- issues, including the pro- ..... M.Ib.ll0en 4/J-4T40
Mrs. If. Uarron and Mr. and posed National Health Insur- Col.
1I. xl. Miss. served as maid of honor.: Bri- tary Club Is the Volunteer Fire L. I J. Ch..ln.ton4".4S71 J
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ilgen Mrs. Charles Hysdon, all of dal attendants were Mrs. Ktthy (Con't. To Next Pog) Dept., Lions Club: American ance program, and guaranteed Pieh, ; :l Carr mM.
Chicago.Mr. income stating that In his op.
und son Barry enjoyed a Uiree-\
and Mrs. Roy Bridges
day trip to Disney world last -
week. enjoyed a two-week visit from

Mrs. Ty Garber is visiting their nephew, Johnny Stuche',
of Stuckc, S.C.: who was at

lien sIster and brother-in-law, Camp; lilandlng with his(:National : .
;Mr. and Mrs. Joe UlllUms, Guard I'nit.
and other members of her fa- Hayden and Charles Masking
mi Ily 1 in Chicago. former residents of Keystone, .'

;Mt. and ;Mrs Don Morgan now living In Ocala.., are look-
enjoyed a five-day visit from ing forward to a trip to the
Don's uncle and family, Mr. Canary: Islands In the near
-I.son fnu and ;Mrs Dan Morgan and future .; '" ,.

girls, Tracy und Dana. Mrs. (Con't. To Next Page)

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I' ites (DerkmanFrom Preceding Page) PersonalityKeystone Keystone Big Crowds On; 4th j


In a scalloped lace ruffle. The Heights U proud to
voluminous skirt was made of have In Its midst and would vantage point for
Elaine "Our Country Day" chairman to the best an excellent
party, also be awarded
Lt. Linda King, Pam cascading tieres of ruffled lace like to 17-year-old recognize,an Miss accomplished Bar- r4 Frank Walrath, Jr. report decorated boats entered in the the day's activities, as well
Rider, John and that terminated In back In a bara Matthews, daughter of Mr. that flags and banners Boatarama scheduled for 5 Porn. as being the site of the Rotary
Richard Den- circular chapel train. and Mrs. Robert S. Matthews, will soon be going up around The City; Beach will provide Club Fish Fry. Dinner
Arnold, Jr., Em- She wore a gold bracelet, agUt who moved to Keystone two Keystone Heights, In advanceof will be served between 5 and
and Mr and Mrs.- groom, and her mo from Jacksonville. this year's 4th of July celebration 7:30. Live entertainment will
parents of the u+r ofgothe necklace. Her bou- years ago which Is scheduled for First Annual include accordion music by Don
Barbara has been brought up local folk
and a
ored and Mr. and ffant waist length veil of sheerest next Tuesday. Fullerton
around airplanes and has flown
20 : Rider, parents Illusion was secured to a Festivities will begin at Regatta Set singing group.Jo"estlYlUes .
with her father since early will conclude with
hcadpclce of lace and pearls. childhood. When asked why she :; 1 noon In the City Park with For July 4 what promises to be one of
She carried a cascade bou- and final checkupof
hobby she registration fireworks
In order took flying as a largest
are up '; the areas
of quet of white daisies and roses "It seemed the natural : entries In the boat races.Ken dark.Rotary.
Denise\ Bell said, shows at
with natural greenery I t Promo In of this The Oar: Country Day Com-
charge
arrival of to do. ', '
thing
and on the t tJ.
;
A held In St.Edward's mittee has set its First An-
;" ttenlso Hea reception was Miss Matthews started fakIng t ., .. I year's race, expects around
Parish Hall\which was : nual Regatta for Tuesday, July
Juno ,7,, at the Med lessons from Vic Math- 100 boats to compete Handsome -
; decorated with yellow bows and for 4, at Keystone Heights, with anew Swim
In Gainesville. eny of Gainesville, a pilot trophies will be awardedto
streamers and white wedding the t'niv. of Fla., about the Barbara Matthew first second, and third approach to be used In
.
by u number of young bells. first of May. Mr.Matheny holds After graduation from Key- place finishers in each of ten setting up classes. Program Set
Mrs. W. Larry Paul greeted Ken Premo, race chairman
:
Mrs I who have rating, the
Keystone the Air Transport School she to
plans classes.
stone High
: guests at the door, and stand- has set up events to run by For BeachThe
of their free time Hall said trophies will
Lenolr Thvne Collegein Bobby
highest rating a pilot can attain. attend
ing In the receiving line were cubic Inches. The pit mana-
to-tho, service of N.C.; to studybe
.
Since then Barbara has put In Mickorj.
the bride and groom, their parents ger will check each boat. Annual Rotary Swim
following are and attendants. Mrs. Paul 17 hours and ten minutes flying a Medical assistant. After Boatarama Registration will close at will be held July
I ; as Candy Stripers time and took her first solo college she hopes to make a Program
bride's book. with an
also the 12:30 Tuesday
kept 2
to
p.m. from 12
21 p.m.
: Center: In Gaines 10 through
The bride's table was covered flight in her father's Cessna career In (the USAF as a med- Entries Will entry fee of $3 per boat and Beach. The
Laura Darden, at the Keystone
ily I : Caroline; Jordan, with a lace cloth over satin 150 on May 24. She Is studying/ ical services specialist. '$1 l for set-up. For mitre information all classes will meetat
day
We first
who :MIzell and centered with a three- for her fAA examination for Congratulations, Barbara, Be JudgedAll write!Mr. Premo, Route as students will be
: Putt 12 noon
outstandingyoung
and I Kathy and tiered wedding cake topped witha her private pilot's license, think you are an I, Box 302, Keystone. tested and classified as to classes -
bride and groom with fresh which she hopes to take before citizen. Events one through five and and hours.
Daily has been daisies between the second and school resumes in the fall. entries for the Boat-A- ten will\ be one heat three Parents are asked to have
in Keystone al- third tiers tanking the cake This examination Includes a Car IIits Rama, highlight of the annual laps. All other events, five their children at the beach
( from a six-week were silver candelabra entwined ,solo cross country flight, with Boy "Our Country Day" on July laps. Hydros cannot be run as ten minutes before classes begin -
; ope. with greenery.garland at least four landings, a writ- On Go-Kurt 4, ,will assemble and form In the committee is hampered for for'lining up'and roll call.
ored : ( down Into the, of white flowers and greenery ten exam and a flight test with single file off Nelson's Pointat shore line set-ups. Parents are also asked to Instruct -
In (Germany was one decorated\ front of the table an Instructor. Keystone Heights about 6p.m Event 1, S-rcE, 49.99 cu. in. their children that they
and ( highlights. of her with wedding bells and. satin Barbara Is an honor studentat A young Keystone Heights boy Tuesday. Event: 2, F&C, 69.99 prod. not to be In the water before
Keystone Heights I Ugh School escaped serious injury last Boats will then move slowly Event 3, S-FBG, C9.91) hi. are J
Miss : bows at the corners. Mrs. W. and just completed the eleventh Thursday morning, June 20, down the shore line to arrive perf. class begins and are to be
Is extended to 1C.: Lawson and Mrs. Louise driv- of the water when class
he was out
town : .; \\ L. Ream, ;Nelson; cut the cake. grade. She belonged to the when ing was the hit go-kart by an automobileat and pass in review at the beachat Event 4, S-Fil F-I, 89,99 89.99 prod.hi.oerf. Is dismissed. Parental Instruction ';
,
table was covered I Debate Club and was a contestant 7 p.m. Event 5, matter will be of
kins. ; passing June 15 af- The punch the Intersection of Nelson on Uiis
o In the Miss I KITS beauty; Trophies will be awarded to beach mothers
kins ; '\ Illness. with lace cloth over satin Point road and Lakevlew Drive great help to the
ner, : / I T, I Kongo of Hed- a pagenat for the past two years.She (!liwy 21)) in Keystone heights decorated boats In the follow- Event 6, I'&J 99.99 prod. and also aid In the safety of
and held two punch bowls encircled won second place with her ing categories: most patriotic, children.
COle 10-vear-old Ron their
has returned from daisies and soil and water conservation Clay beautiful, Event 7,S-F&J, 99.99h1.perf.
fresh smallest
rin : with of Mr and 1\{n. Robert B. original, \'I1CJnsl.rllcton for Ullspl'oI'am
\tlanta. greenery. speech presented to tlio l Keystone historic, and Uio grand prize. Event 8, U&S 99.99, no rest. Stan Uarnwell,
: :Mrs. Walter Gro- Cole: suffered only minor cuts Event 9, t'UO1' 199.98, no arc:
Club this
nens : Assisting In serving were Rotary year. and bruises as he apparently Judging will take place at the Waterfront director; Jalin 'lor-
4- after spend :Mrs.\ Edward: Akrldgc, Miss She Is very active In the EllamBaptist the of a late' beach, with awards presented rest. Ben 'Trocmcl Sam
veered into
path genson
with relatives Church: in Mel Event: 10, SK Inboard, no rest
Joanne Anderson, Mrs. L.I. rose- model automobile driven by a prior to the fireworks.The Wills, and Martha IXirbln.
(. .' :Memphis, and Geiger, Mrs. C.: B. Hat ton, and Is Past Worthy AdvisorIn public is Invited to enter The committee expressed Sharon Morgon chairman and
Jacksonville
'i Mrs. N, P. Joyner, and Mrs. the Rainbow Girls of Jack- man.Heights Volunteer boats in Uiis popular eventt.For thanks to the Keystone Heights Natalie Stcinmctz, co-chair-1
The
: Mrs, jay Livingston Lottie Craven. sonville. She plans a trip to Keystone: Service rushedthe } further Information, con- Council, Florida Game Com- have arranged for the folCon' -
tin : from a trip to After a wedding trip to St.Augustine Oklahoma City la July and Ambulance Alachua'General Hos. tact Don or Sharon Morgan at m'ssion! Kc>'stone lire DcpU, man;
in S.C.: and Klclmiond, ,, tort Lauderauie, August for (lie Supremes- lad to he 473-48G2, or Mary Hall, 473- and Clay County; Sheriff's Depl.
In Gainesville where To Next Page)
and Disney World the couple sembly of dIe International pltal released. 4841. for their assistance (
later
Is residing in Gainesville. Rainbow Girls was
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EVER! B 0 AT A AMA Sponsored By Rotary Club

:. :red. ):by Fire;Keystone Department ileighlw .. Benefit Annual Swim Program

ri/'i..: ADULTS
; $1.50 -- $1.00 CHILDREN

6:00 TO 8:00 P.M.



':}/ Approximately 100 Boat are anticipated! in This Live EntertainmentLions

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lslol .
vim''" "', and move alone Lake edge, to arrive and pass 5:00: TO 8:00: P.M.
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-' th* Beach about 7:00 P.M. r

'- FREE PARKING IN CITY PARK

: PRIZES: WILL RE AWARDED Bring Your Own' Chairs '

Spon t>"ed by Sport.m n'. Club and Lions Club it




RACING,
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I : Huldander Koyttono Jowolry Keystone Egg Producer Rutlod,.. Kim Shell) Serv Station

':I'D Holiday Liquor Northern Propone Rodfearn Appliance Manning Hardware Richardtart Dairy .
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Cj',',; Rotary ClubAmerican Duckey' Dept Store R. T. Lovorn, Real Elate Cunningham' Gulf Station Key(tana Water Work

Legion Keystone Florist Mayor Ray Starnae. Frank & Melba llgen Jiffy:Food Stare

Loamon Ward TV Service Center Lake Club Lake Geneva Mobil. Home Clay Electric CoopKeystone

v,. Coll,Club S. E. Me Kay, Realtor Roynoldslnsuranc. Walden Garage Flra Dept

IU :i; S. Exents; Leonard Outboard City of Keystone AI Watson Food Stare Cargo Station'! Lion Club

61t! Dr. Persons Keyttone State Bank Keystone Barber Sh.p PI". Air Egg.


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(From Preceding Peg) 4: May Register' NEWS NOTES I r-IND--IAN--B----cn--TrZ' 475.IIIZ: 1 t. Estimated $30,000 Per Day I

By Helen V. Eg: n
lowing beach At BranchesS.
instructors mohers to aid the What portion of the govern- and other health programs, $55 I for public assistance familyfor

Pat : Adel Hardenberg. You may find this hard to weekend. visiting his ,,, ment's new multi-billion aid to veterans and $54 allowances and food stamps.
Rabb. Norma ,,
Crosier Sue Johnson Madeline D. Saunders. Clay County FELLOWSHIP CLUB believe but due to the heavy the nsand her parents, spending program will be financed -
Svlvla Senders Sanders. Supervisor of Elections.has rains old Santa Fe has risena Orlando and Kathleen Roberts; by taxpayers in Brad-
Mickey
Susan Edwards Honey, announced the opening of branch" Members of the FellowshipClub good 18 Inches or more. The The Kinchens visited their ford County; ?
man Ann Harris, Gwen Cutter-, offices for voter registrationin of Keystone Heights enjoyed rise in water level, togetherwith sister-in-law. Frankie Kinchin, How much will local residents WANTED
ttrenda 011-
Phant Kathy Wharton Marge several areas of the county; a friendly game and social that wind we got while"Agnes" In a hospital last week In Jacksonville be contributing, via direct Ken; and %'on n-Agia No Barrier
Henshall PatUe starting July 10 through 14th. hour Thursday June 22. was kicking around and Indirect taxes, tomeet
McClave. Marilyn
Bridges and July 17 through 21st. at the Lions Club. Ed Roberts down here. has washed our Congratulations are in order their share of the outlays that Retirees WelcomeIn
Sandy EcJtland. front
and Paula ;Forth The books will be at the following was M.C. and assisted his wife, yard out to where the for Orlando and Kathleen Roberts are) budgeted for national defense Keystone-Lake Genev elrose

Mrs. Thomas Gregory Mrs. locations for the con- Lilly, in serving homemade water is Just about 20 feet who celebrated their education, health, Interest Area
venience of all eligible persons from our front door. It's 40th anniversary on Monday on the national debt
George cake and beverages follow- ;
Wheeler and Mrs. Robert To sell subscribers to
Then
washed out even'closer than and to James new
wishing to register for the and Mania social welfare and the multi-
Lappe ing
will play.
to supervise children be on the not beach the forthcoming primaries: The game covered dish luncheon that at the home of Marvin Fair- KInchen who celebrated their tude of other programs? Bradford County Telecr- ;h. I.JGOTHICS.on. bnral

In their classes. yet Doctor's Inlet residence of program and meeting will beheld cloth. If we have a hurricanenow 30th on Wednesday. The budget for the fiscal year :: '.'101"!" --hen yei' -.:?::'r.t to,
Mrs. C. M. Lowe WoodpeckerLane. with the water this high, Congratulations also 1 calls for the
Lions Club July are Jn beginning July .
the on
Registration this program at we've had !tIn order for Mrs. Jo of record$248 Call Claude Crc '-!'c7! 0 / 707: 4 ?
StrandberaT a
will be 13 at 12:30 It Is hoped expenditure
celebration held and at also the 4th the of July Orange Park. City; Hall.MeadowbrookBellalr that many: of p.m.the member travelers case you've been wonder- who had a birthday last Mon- billion It will be felt In one TIC*. 3rs !]tw 'W" ." T.c r :u.r"r r .
mornIng Ing what's happened to the day. Paul
of the 10th..Children 6 area, will be back as well as and Greg Strand- way or another by nearly every-
years news -- my new typewriter berg, and
Townsend's Bellalr Phar- ; Ricky Thompson
and up are eligible and adults the several new couples who are of one in the country.
went on the blink about five Jacksonville
or
are welcome. macy. Joining through President Les- visited Mrs. The figure of $246 billion,
This Middleburg, Welgel Realty; ter Sheets. six weeks ago, and its taken atranaoerg over the weekend. nearly a quarter of a trillion,
bv program Is made possible Co.. Highway 21. this long to get the thing fixed.But Her sister, Mary Green of is too big an amount for most ck ttti ayy -
binds derived from residence of Mrs. Brooker, and Ruby Lee Pink-
Clay Hill
MELROSE CHAPTERThe people to comprehend. It becomes -
the Rotary Fish we're back in business
Fries and .ton of Silver
Millie Wilkinson Highway 218. Springs Md. vi-
Melrose Community somewhat understandable
has been most successful In again, and since vacation timeis sited her more -
the past. The Klngsley Lake residence of Chapter of AARP plans to wel- in full swing, maybe there Sunday. when It is shown thatit
sponsors are Barbara
looking forward to a bigger Mrs. Mary S. Gay, Highway come many new members from will be more news. Park, Kelly week Is equivalent to a spending
and better one this 16 near Baptist Church. then various communities of Granny Copeland went In Ala.( Joan spent last wit b rate of $7,800 a second.
Miller
year. Belmore residence of Mrs. Waldo, Hawthorne, Lake Gen- daughter of Jack Bradford County's; share of
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Emma Mae Baldree, Highway eva, and Gainesville, as wellas chua General Hospital last week and Lou Miller Tammy Hanks the cost is estimated at $30-
CHURCH STARKE 315.Keystone Keystone and Melrose at to have another cataract removed of Melrose spent part of the 000 a day, based upon the pro-
and jus t four days after -
Heights Keystone of the national
covered dish luncheon portion
the on revenue
Sundays 8:30: ( and 10 a.mlbly Water Works. the operation she was home time with them. ...Jaxiy-Eay- '
that the
July 20 at the Episcopal government normally d H +
; Communion 1st and 3rd Sun- The books will be at all walking around, and seeing bet- ton of Fort Gordon Ga. 4
o open Church Parish House in Mel- spent receives from the local regional -
days. Morning prayer on other ter than she has in years(! the weekend
", locations from 10 a.m to 12 rose. with T, C. Miller. area.
1 Sundays at 10 a.m.Smokey. noon, and from 1 to 7 p.m., President R. F. Simmons will While Granny was In the hos- They, and"Johnny Carnes, From a per capita standpoint
pital, I stayed In Starke with
'. except in Keystone Heights, announce new appointments to went over to Matanza Inlet on it comes to $2.06 per day per
where the hours will be from my grandparents Hubert and a fishing
Says : committees, and Mrs. Chris- trip Saturday. Jack local resident.
11 a.m to 7 p.m. tine Crawford, treasurer will Palma Chltty; and we spent and Lou, and Joan and friends Becasue incomes In Bradford
.' Any person who has residedin be at her table to receive new the week putting up corn and took a picnic lunch and Joined County, and therefore the Fed-

4.o rfVl l iVvlG1d Clay County; for 60( days by memberships. Nationally" dIe butterbeans.M James and eral taxes paid, are greater
" Sept. 12, 1972, or those who AAKP dues for a couple or y parents, the fellows. Recently T.C. than in some localities across

V I It:7r will be 18 years of age by that single person are $2 and are bedroom Cricket moved upstairs Into last week-their and J.D. Peyton of Keystonewent the country the per capita

d) r : date will be eligible to regis- required for membership in the end, so it shouldn't be long from up Basic to see Jerry graduate share of the cost Is larger
local Chapter. Local dues are Training at Fort locally.
ter. Books will close for the now until I have my private
primaries on August 12.: $1 per member. office and bedroom combina- Jackson S.C. From \there they Just how the governmentwill
Anyone Joining or anticipating went to Chattanooga, Tenn. be the$246 billion
..Anyone wishing more information tion, which I've been looking spending
Then
Joining since June IS (pic- T.C. and Jerry went oon during the next 12 months and
may call 264-8828, or forward to for a long time. to
nic day.) please phone Mrs. Bowling Green Ky. to see what programs will be emphasized -
2849001.
: wt Francis P. Egan at 473-474H! PERSONALS:; Tony Woodward, who was a !Is Indicated In the Ad- Some of the Best News
: freauent
I w so she may have a name tag guest of the ministration's budget.
Mrs. Bobble Kite and son while he and T.C. going .
7 fl CC for you. Robert have just returned from, to Lake were Out of every $1,000() In taxes Appears First in a Book

One problem about no-Vault' a trip to San Francisco, Cal., City; Junior College collected from residents of
Inhurancc is that every bndy PEIiSONALSMr. where they visited her uncle, They toured the country there Bradford County; $368 will be Take this happy young lady, for instance. She's
h r involved thinks the present Insurance and Mrs. Arthur Lock- Ralph Duncan. From there, they then came on home and) enjoyed allocated lor national delense. already spreading: the news all around town about

:J situation ii ..omebodyehc''s wood have been enjoying a fam- took a train to Los Angeles, some Gainesville fishing. Mrs. Ruby Dyalof Another $327 Is for unemployment where she's going to college this fall. Actually this
visited
< fault.. ily reunion which culminated her welfare and social secu-
and Beach Cal. where
Long good first written in
news
was the of
Lou a
Make forest with a family dinner celebra- daughter and family Sun- rity. Other major dispositions pages
fire prevention tion for I-ather's Day at a she visited old friends and he' savings bank book, in which each deposit enteredwas
--------------- day.Becky Include $99 for interest on the
a habit! Keystone restaurant. Twenty- enjoyed the surfing. Tommy, and Barbara national debt $85 for'medicare a firm step forward to her goal!
four of the immediate family Jimmy Kinchen of Jackson- Wolfe of Vldalla, Ga., visited You
too read
can some "good news" about college
ville of James and :Mar- Mrs.
son Ruby Wolfe and sister
GAINESVILLEBusiness and two infants were togetherat
\the dinner. zie Kinchen, is home after six Mrs. Beulah Smith over the for your child in the pages or your savings bank ,.I

Mr. and Mrs. William Lock- months training In the National weekend. Mr. and Mrs. J, II. ley J NeighborsMape book! First step is to set up a systematic savings

wood and their son and wife, Guard, where he was numberone Faulkner and daughter Debbie plan designed to accumulate the necessary funds
Mr. and Mrs. William E. in his class, an Honor Gra- and friend Nancy\; Carter of when the time comes. Then follow through with
DirectoryAUTO Lockwood of Toledo, Ohio, who duate. Jim-ny and his wife,, Macon Ga. spent last week deposits to
your according schedule
at White I-'ea- Jan and child were down thisCommunity with them. ; and the
ten das
spent
news la sure to be good!
Uicr Court were Joined by Mr.

SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES and Mrs. John Lockwood of
Toledo Mr. and Mrs. Arthur KEYSTONE STATE BANK

BRASINGTONCADILLAC Lockwood of Columbus, Ohio,
1 and Mr. and :Mrs. Roy; E.: Lock- Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fia.
OLDSMOBILE Johnson Paris, Inc. wood of Jacksonville. Mr. and

SALES SERVICE Mrs. Robert Lockwood and their News "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
SEEDS PLANTS son, David, and wife of ir- Community."

Fine Selection of Used Can ectlrdes| Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS ginia Beach, \'a. stayed over "Watch it!-You can be re.
Cadillac Trades for a few days. All tile families -
Taken On I II Ijl placed by a Human!t"
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2001 N.W. 13th''' Ph.' 878-530 *' Including their' children, DELL CHAPTER:: OES -vwr.ci7V'vw o t,+\ ? ... .
... len,foa their respective homes Dell Chapter will meet Tuesc I \.
d. .
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We Rent 1; Fertilizer Spreadti \' I .1" .
: ;just ahead of Hurt cand"Agnes, day night at 8 in the Masonic
Barkley Motors, IncTOYOTA 224 N.W.. Bin Ph. 378-0478 except Robert who remained Hall on Brownlee/St" The helpof ,

a few days, but reached home everyone in needed for the
GLASS safely in spite of-" \the storm. benefit of the organization, Gold Kist. -
Miss Janet l Kaufmann of lie; Plans are in the making for interesting ,
: 4 wheel drive and ears stone and Gainesville, and:Miss activities in the near Working develop new consumer products such as Gold Kist fried y

Sale, Psrte. Service, Ruth Crosby of Starke left Jacksonville future. chicken to give our members a return on the products they
Clean Vied ToyoU .\;|; LIDDELL by plane to Join other greater grow fIJj

1700 N. toln 378-1280 ''" students 'of the University: of SCHOOL :NEWS' Good things for the farm and from the farm.
Florida Department of Archi-
Beauty Academy Glass Company tecture for a tour of Europefor Summer School will start July
about ten weeks. Their 5 in the various schools of the
POWELL'S '"Glaaa for Every Purpotle"SbOre plane was to land in Brussels, county. There will be interest-

l"ront.s-Mlrrors Belgium, and they will go/ on ing and Informative activitiesfor
S' Tub Enclosure* Showers each student and learning
Beauty Academy Amsterdam, Holland, where
Furniture Tops Glees Replaced they will decide on their itinerary activities for everyone in attendance -

Leant a Profemton In Your and means of travel. .

Spare Time. Full or Part Time NEW LOCATION On Miss Kaufmann's return,
she will resume her positionas em'RCIl'EWS:
219 N.W. 10th :378-27M
1228 So. Main,GaineIVUtl! Secretary of the Depart- Greater Bethlehem Freewill
ELECTRIC MOTORS ment Architecture.. She Is Baptist Church Rev Jasper
372-8191 ; 3721102MOTORCYCLES tile daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs Williams pastor. Sunday Is
ELECTRIC George Kaufmurm. Pastoral Day, starting with Sunday -
:Sir and Mrs. Philip Clarkof School. :Morning Worshipand
Motor Repair Co. : Keystone Club Estates announce Baptism at 11 a.m. Dinnerat .,

Ollt AND' SIIVICI the birth of a daugh- 12:30.: League at 4 p.m. Holy .,' '"
Of Gainesville !ne. .. ter, Susan I'lalne.: Mrs Clarkis Communion at 6 p.m. service. '

Repairing Rewinding! >)UZUItI _A. dIe daughter of Mr. and Vacation Bible School Is In progress ; :
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New and Used ........... :Mrs. George Kaufmann. through Friday, June 30. { .,., vs.
;f' Admission free. .;
2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 372118 A Ebenezer Baptist Church, ;,
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sun- r'y
MOVERS (..".\".....'.'.',..'.':.....N'::';,. Council Eyes day School, 9:43: ; Morning Worship ? 4 -?

Cnon rrorarT. First Draft at 11 with the Junior Choir !'N aj
serving all day Evening Ser-
.i DlaUnc
Lone Moving "'
Storage Packing a ::,::w-:YwwrN1::: .::..;;:l' Of New Budget vice Tuesday, 6:30.: night.Bible Prayer Class Meeting each- .

Crating Shipping -- 372.9527 Thursday night. Revival ,?of,
Free Estimates Call l'" 10COMIT c.. :::.1_ The Keystone: Heights City :Meeting !Is In progress this ;

Council began work last "week week and the public is invitedto .
MUSIC on a tentative $76,000 budget attend. !-
which includes $200 a )'earaal- Greater Allen Chapel AME
BALD W N ary Increases for the council Church, Rev C.E.Jenkins pastor "
members and major. Sunday School, 10() a.m. ,
PIANOS & ORGANS Love Feast service, 11 a.m. ... '

Van Service Inc. Councilman \ergle Homer, Communion Service, 5:30 p.m. ..:
CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS chairman of the Law and Finance All members are asked to cooperate -

3540 N.E. WaWo Kd. O'vUle Committee, said the pro- with these services. j
4p.. Rev. J. A. GUbard will be
which is almost
m-4m "- posed budget. 1Y
'
acting for the
$10,000 higher than last year'swas pastor day. .
Pleasant Grove United: :Methodist
MUSIC t0.r In workshop -
AUTO SALES SERVICE reviewed a

BLOUNT PONTIAC .:Q'ville; Shopping Clr. 372-5351 be session gone over on again June in 19.a special It will pastor. Church Church,School Rev. ,Perkins 10 a.m.

with Supt. Leo DeSue in av
A
meeting before being presentedat
GMS, INC. Services will be held
Farm and Industrial a public hearing at the regular charge + t

Equipment 11. council meeting on July Sunday at 3 p.m. Prayer Meeting i L

is held each Wednesday

night at Visitors .always wel- t }
I Santa Fe Tractor The Increase In expenditures come. [ t
Mrs. Homer> said, will be off- ,.
Factory Authorized. FORD set by additional revenue the FAMILY REUNIONThe
Pontiac city wUl receive under the Albert family will holda

Sales-Parts-Service Farm Ttactors & ]Implements. state's' new revenue-sharing! family reunion at the home ofMr
plan and Increased cigarette and Mrs. Raford English
210 N. MainGalnetvllU USED EQUIPMENT and Mrs. Bertis Robinson. -
taxes, a* well as building per

Fla. SALES PART SERVICC mit fees, fines and forfeitures,
and assessment of costs for '
372-2531
4488 N. W. 6th 376-1548 operation of the Keystone Airport By K&atetli GlrcM> Walker

:TRAILFRS7; ". GAINESVILLE.' L'j

1II01liLa MOMea-RLPAJ y1Ce
FoalsIspalr Council members and the ma-
;; II''' itsbih. yor are now being paid $160a ?INFLATION STRIKES CRIMEUNEMPLOYMENT

c-- i .s..U.-s.. I.c. year. : '
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{..-. Authorized Dealer For 1 Y?

"20 N.E. W.ldOR& Evsns-Inrerrherm Chairman Everett Fox notedat ,

Oatn..vlll. 378-OS91 Siegltr Heating Si Air Conditioning a recent meeting that In the t '( 'li M'l Y

Equip. past two Keystone city; d cc- ,,tN .
Incumbents were reelected r
SolM-S-rvlc-lt- t'I li Ii ..Awn1ns dons all .
Reno: M lev a1 M10 po r *> Su.p without opposition Ha "Pulling away something
MllcMk Inet.II..c-.let.. : Air Conditioning Installed suggested that higher pay might for a rainy day requires a
.::'f't..r'c.' 0*#. $650. Up Induce more citizens to serveIn + longer stretch of clear '

?Hr.r.HlM'1_ lour, ran, 4300 N.W..6rb St. gaineavilU city; office weather than It used to." Gold Kist Inc Atlanta.Geors
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,' heat BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, INC<: I ,V
NEW ..TEM ;; Relax. And --
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andfor /
once Leave The
E.Washington St. Phone,964-5270 ( CY!)!)
ONE GROUP !
"4. all! CHICKEN PECK 9 $ ____________________________ AssortedSANDALS'

FOR ___ CHICKEN' IUCICET Rolls\ & 4 kj1i : Css.1 P,1aRw.TT, S M"esOUT" S

I INIERIOI CHICKEN BARREL 21 'i I.

WALL Phone A :: Special \ 7 7ColosT., Al COIra 2
Straos
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:" Savings Ao. Pick From 28.1, FOR HO 99 c. "
ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS And Your Order II on Col. Rita EACII. and-

Brick 964-9972 : LA-Z-BOY Most Complete Line Of Paints In Area CAR' .,.fI, _________________________________Heels______
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Coon Air CondttkMWr"by" Cwrwr 'Tou h control$ eon ________ : *SOFTBALLS C FISHING
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"fort"' putt you"m'quMt cool. I wr in"tuM' '40 wconitt$ tl *
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I II putt you'lit S Irmfwr.cMnr( aI.f- 'too.b bS iLb GEAREVERYTHING Extingulsh Iw
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I ttw air It filtrod*'" 'You h.S v a big chowo ( your GLOVES C FOR
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.. ., ,.., \ \ BASEBALL SHOES THE SPORTSMAN .
II I =.,:Iran WhmiS. to'..rr-::) cn"tntur' *'ffrompt.'"""" -ps.t Jj r : =-=iII..Vacation' ,
I ... CaN Folks At VALUES S TO '$7.99
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I I 5 Snwyer- Fried'Chicken, the way it Cloto*fa*' Plumbing Electrical _________________________ _________________1_____ BOOTERY
South. 301 FIRST FEDERAL ISITaN .
I 236 S 5. Tempi. ; "
'. : Saving!and loan Association ot'Staiht. WE CARRY THE BEST AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD STARKE FLORIDA :
I : Slade A i.-Conditioning.- Johnnie B... ; $& M I.... 5 tOr' Shoes
I IN. ....KIPMonS,...........-....33.SS .. AR.. Your. .. Bumaa It.Ahmy' ,Appreciated and Accessories
Owner .... .gnoN iT "Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer" .
N. Cherry St. Phone 9,4-6078(, I 332 West Madison Starke. Kb.. / ( x" .. .. ..... .. 101 E. (CALLSTICEKT
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FREE TT GEM WOODBURNS JEWELRY, : :: lAND. OF\\ NAMII U HURSTResidential

I I \Uildwood Mobile .
109 East' Call St.' Phon. 964-5211 : Commercial


TERMITE I: : LWATCHES; :I I Red Tag' ( MYSTERFMICHAMT' S.NIW. .UCINSIOCONOID C .

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CHECK-UP JoIKO: MIDO)() CROTON
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No : DIAMONDS .BIRTH! STCfll RINGS j Young I VIOLATIONS.MIMOVID. !unite.,,t ale(CWMTHMIIO..,, .
ObligationWhatsoever : "IivI"" C'imUIUf IOOvt
: 7 Models Td Choose .' CARL HURST

IF JFATHERS TIE BARS AND TAGSj : 2 Bedrooms.. 3 Bedrooms 1 > ,\ X ( I, -
"nit ...'10.0'YlttS.' ,
j jI :: Save Up ,: GIIIIH STIMAVIS'" 1(1, ( ''NC'' PHONE 964-611 1 1 1
ATTENTION
I BRACELETS
PENDANTS WEEKLY CONTEST'RULES
I
Termites, could b. working,. Jay.:'and night.t to.destroy.' your, home! I $$1000 II I ___ CALL. __ 10 Graders Who& Kill Ue In The nth Grade Next Year \" .U S SCSI...u..u."I'. '
They work,..silently" but.swilrly.".Th.y can be'flopped if'you ACT I MOTHERS RINGS AND PINS ], CUP THE SILHOUETTES ANo-rAKrI-: !. -THE MERCHANTS YOU !. Your cl...,ting i I.now on display. in out"01'. In only,a month,you '
I NOW.. let,Florida, Pest t Contl'Gllnop.ct' your'?'home.. F Free, Inspection : On A II Mobile THINK THEY MATCH ALONG H1T3: {'CIS''AD ON THIS PAGE. THE I I9O1uuiOOO1' r cell be wearing'the moal.e.pect.d I. lymbol, of your academic. echievement. : .24 HOUR
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and estimate'; if', FIRST THREE PERSONS PRESENTING' 1 KB PROPER SILHOUETTE TO
J < t.$ A MERCHANT WILL RECEIVE CIFT''cER't' IFICATES IN VARYING Out,tingi( ire custom. created. b by,John Robert.,the maker of the"World. :: Wrecker -;
Convenient. .. Monthly LORIDA t / SEE Pete Peters or AMOUNTS SUBJECT'TO THE DI mON':OF THE INDIVIDUAL WELLSELECTRIC Pineal'Claaa...Ringa", .You may design. your,ting to your own taate.ttv\ .:. 0\\' :
Payments ______>1\\\\it-) C CUFF t i:I ITIEBRSANDTACS' SETS .' I & MERCHANTS. EMPLOYEES OF P PMtTlCtfATING! STORES ARE NOT reflect your.petaonalily.Come -
EST (
Continuous.-... Main. .'. lP! : \ I Land Of : .EUGIBLE IN THEIR OWN STORES BUT,HAY' PLAY THE GAME IN SERVICE 'InVow/ And Order)Your' Clou King.. ; Service .
't.nonc.Controct. Phone .Q ONTROL RONSON ZIPPO' COI.IBRI I OTHER STORES. CONTEST BECJN'EACH WEEK AT rIP.N.I At
.. I THURSDAY. NO PHONE CALLS.,All\ RULES MUST BE STRICTLY .II..u\\\. \\\,
}( &Cn."lIcal Co tiC I h1'ERS S Established 1949
964-5745 :
) SPKIDEl.PRINCE: ) : (\RD\T.R;\ )\ OBSERVED.(COPYRIGHT)v.tI..INC,
: LLIAIAS J JE1PJIIRY
: I P. 0. Box 607 700 North Thompson Street
HAVE YOUR HOME SAFETY: CHECKED NOW Watch A nd Jewelry Repairing Lorg.tt' DoubUwid. D.oUr, I HIGHWAYS 3 301 0 1 & 1 100
301 N. Aerot, From : Starl..e.. _.Fla., Mt'%II.% r,11,, SI i. "11"1111' "9b44iW,4" ." ,.'
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Business MachinesTYPEWRITERS J : I I I:: FEDDERS CENTRAL HEATING ___
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xt..ioo-ncA 100% 'Silver Anniversary I I |,, 5 KW\ OF BOOST IIET,\ f/lJ/ NOV CenterLetterpress em eve
TV.Solid All-solid-atate Stat.. AccuColor. .)chassis. S Speciall I II CASH REGISTERS I I e 7 SUPPLY OUTLETS: OFF
(no tube*to burn out I) RCA,,XL-100:- TV I Reg. 14.95 (fof One ) I 'f' .*.. 1 AIR R RETURN:
deliver : : 7 9 9C
*lop-level. .. I ;: HEAT:\ COOK. ThERMOSTAT' :\ NORTH' OF GARDEN
." .dependability.performance. .. ; and AccuMaticcolor F 12.MONTH..... 1A10RWM2AWTY.. ,: REX ROTARY,\ \ DUPLICATORS Reg. 19.95 I(Of Two ) || 2'&V'' : .;:.: 5 YEAR WARRANTY,\ (UN) '.
COMPRESSION RESTAURANT ON
monitor lock color' 301Buttons
[ (LIVING G COLOR ) I yard> And Offset
within normal range. For An End 'To .. .. Be Arranged; At I II C SVLESTAX\ \ _

Come-In And 5% % Annual Rate. I I 864 H.. .Temple Ave.

Low Discount. Prices Plus Service Business Machine Woes Our Low '& Trailers Far Sofa $$1G95PM' BRADFORD c Same Phone NumberDurance
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FinancingW.nkler CALL 1\! 'iJ..J. Flcitnt-al. .:.' :S;>''Hiem' ''' I h JClu.ue.I !\| e. % f 9 61S

iR&BH&D& CO. TELEGRAPH! \ V \ miligrap4 :::

I .%TIC 782 3020 '964-6305 & REDFEARNS APPLIANCES STUMPSICIRD S S & Supply Co.

234,"N.TEMPLE AVE.. P'flONE'96.' '!) .1391i i 128 N.. COURT STREET 114 N. Walnut Mechanic K KEYSTONE\.' ": HEIGHTS PHONE E 4 47J-4252. S64 N. Temple Ave. rholc| 4-7)61()
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\WHY%lI \GET'MORE\ FOR \-OL'RMONE1 :' I Line Of Hardware i Market I t, fferwillegar J *i. ,. I II fisrTDnship s e ,;'/

\" IIEN \HE\ INSTILL.\ .AIR Ij I :: : awNI j aF
TRYP WITH PLUSII.97..C..rntorN11.
CONDITIONING:' TO \YOUR' HOME! 607? E. Brownie. St. Ph,: I ..... QUALITY...... ..
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OM cueasIppt2 ", cntiHTMrnhip. from ublnMfy' M. clrtultryAdmlnl '"
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MenV\\V Hill Install: No Trainees'' Lawn I I I I ___________________________ ..ndc.ln.n.nlic........."you,...1.food.,..for...wtlh..lh..'.'b(JUAllTY-no-t*l blond.of.'IvIoaa.n.'..''you''''.''tl''know''' "(thu'" 650 13 4 KV MUOM
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Of The Lowest\ Possible.Price. *t. HSH1N9TAOUI .' _VICI& I RISII NICK DONE AU.. MAIlS AMD MOlDs I F FLEA jLi ........_"" ...u".flIa.",.that..."" 4 4for5795COLLARS f

may Not' CaU U.'T day For I CHUCK ROAST -' :
Free y _________________ 'your mall; our zip .... I Complete Car Service
Survey Of} Your Need* ( ) your banking. I A .. ..
,., : : Kills Fleas and Con On All Cars Car Wash
Tune
CHUCK( STEAk - Ups
j,/ I to bank here ..: :, Air Condition Installation I 5 Col. Stolnlett .*. Oil I
Ticks For 3 SteelWHJMHUM Change
; .PHONI 4 fM-8343. 3 Sporting Goods trols EI.ctrlcal 1 HlahSpeed $! h
: -first taking .. & Lub. Job
01'Ern says, A tt:Makes Months ( .. Wheel Balancing
to And Repairs a Brak.Jobs.
We Service AuMakes:) $. "Goodness gracious, [ 1 I-)

.:It. Ill'' '"' ". I *APPUANC.SIn : r its' pea-pickin''good!" US FOR FREE : J .... 149'J, J \\\ELBAJ.\ .,. ""TYPES ALL I
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"(' r LOW-CAL SWEETS FRUIT MILK SI1ATE Use
.1 LOW COST TOO fruit such as an apple an
Snack time USA rings the orange, or a pear. Prepare
... 4 cash register for $2 billion carrot sticks, pieces of eel-
each year, according to U.S.. 10!rj, or wedges of turnip and
., Department of Agriculture sta chill.
tistics. Do you find that you buy a
Nf Good nutritious snacks area lot of extru that you don't
part of this bundle but unfortunately need when you' go grocery shop.ping -
not all are nutrl- ?
tious. How do you' make sim Well you can cut down on
'. ple-to-fix snacks- appealing to. this :if you will do two things.
f families where cost, nutritionand Eat before you buy groceries,
preparation time are all and only shop once a week.
factors? Here are some recipes Tests show that people buy
M1 k for slmple-to-flx snacks. more food If they are hungry
when they KO shopping, and that
ORANGE NOG: Add one egg and that the more frequentlythey
and 1 1/2 tea.poonlMar to 2 are exposed to food, the
r. 4 tablespoons !Instant dry milk more they i buy.
and blend. Stir and
then add a gradual cup SUMMER SALADI
fresh orange juice or reconstituted : can (2 cups) whole kernel
frozen orange Juice corn (drained :2 cups cooked
4th and 2 tablespoons water. Chill ham or welners (diced 3 cups
July 1972: All board! well before serving. firm fresh tomatoes (diced),

3/4 cups green pepper (diced,,
,' '" HONEY MILK BALLS: Mix 1 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon
A Time For Reflection This 57-year-old postcard recalls memories of the old 1/4 cup honey and 1/4 cup pea- black peppel', 1/3 cup mayonnaise -
Hampton railroad station when the town was in Its heyday. nut butter. Gradually add 1/2 2 hard cooked eggs
nonfat dry milk and mix (diced).
With two big celebrations planned, Every American should take the occasion Postmarked December 26, 1915, at Hampton, it was well.cup Form Into balls with Put torn,I meat tomatoes,
mailed Mrs. B. Halfeker
who
one at Starke and another at Keystone of our 196th birthday to rededicate to Myra was then Miss greased hands. Roll In 1/2 cup green pepper,mayonnaise,salt,
Hekrht thU area should be one of himself or herself to the prin- Myra Sweet and was visiting In Maxville at the time. crushed cereal flakes and and pepper In a bowl. Toss
the leading centers in the state for ciples set forth nearly 200 years ago She later married the young man who sent her the card. chill until firm. If desired, the lightly. Chill in refrigeratorfor
Men In the mixture can be used to stuff
picture are unidentified. Mrs. Halfeker an hour. Serve salad on
the patriotic observance of the by our founding fathers when they still resides in Hampton. data, dried prunes, or apricots lettuce. Add the 'cooked eggs
Fourth of July next Tuesday.The charted the course for our Nation. ; on top.


theme at Keystone Heights will In the quietness of each home, the DRY MILK BONBONS: Pour

be "Our Country Day," and In Starke, family should pause long enough to bowl.1/3 cup Gradually mola...add 2/3 coup

"Honor America Day." Both will be hear those immortal words of our 1926 Was Fateful Year non-fat dry milk and 1/3 cup My Noighbors

gala events, featuring everything from forefathers to which they pledged their fine graham cracker crumbs "-- -
sack races to a Boatarama and fire- lives, their fortunes, and their sacred Mix well. Knead lightly and
works. honor. form Into balls. Top balls with
Of Boom And BustFew nut or roll in colored granulated

Although fun will be the order of Independence Day is a glorious day sugar.

the day. it is also well to dwell on In our history. We must make It significant dition to the Bradford County Preliminary surveys had OATMEAL DROP COOKIES:
the serious aspects of the occasion, by resolving that the princi- years In Florida history Chamber of Commerce which been completed: for State Road ,Sift together one cup all-pur

as brought out in the following para- ples set forth at the time of the hold the and memories both that pleasant .. was already in operation. De- 28 now SR-100 from Lake City; pose flour, one teaspoon baking
graphs released by The American birth of our Nation will continue to brought back tragic by the-- mention.n'of Witt C. Jones was elected temporary to Palatka. and It was expected powder and 1/2 teaspoon salt.

Legion: prevail -- Justice, Freedom, and De- the fateful year of 1926. chairman. that bids would be asked- Add 3/4 firmly packed brown
for In the near future. sugar, 2 eggs. 1 teaspoon vanilla -
mocracy. and milk. Beat untilsmooth. .;
Messrs. D. Strowbrldge .and 1/3 cup; '
It of feverish
was one activity The Telegraph Issued one of
W. F. Covell announced plans Stir In 3
The Declaration of Independence, Our Nation and Its society; admit throughout Florida a year for opening a plant in Starke the few "Extras" In its history old fashioned oats.cups quickor un

which was so courageously and proudly tedly are not perfect. But they still of big deals hands. at of property for the manufacturing of soaps, on Monday; Sept. 20, to cooked. Drop from teaspoononto **I lift.", the fJovernmrnt

proclaimed on that Fourth of July, remain the best that man, with all changing pace .. of sprawling a subdi-dizzy paints polishes, and flavoring tell cane of that the took tragic a toll 1926 of hurri-1.500 greased cookie sheets. would have. u_,ur quarterly

196 years ago, did not In itself assure his imperfections, has been able to visions laid out in the middleof extracts. lives In South Florida. and Baker in preheated moderateover Income tar hxnt, been paid
the successful launching of this create to solve his political and other piney woods. .of skyscrapers ; Preliminary plans and esti- property damage of $150,000 minutes.(330 degrees F.) 12 to 15 "et:" :

nation. But it was a firm resolve that, ,':needs. started and sometimesnever mates for Starke Masonic! Temple 000.
had to be fulfilled by action. finished. It was the peak had been completed callingfor --- ----------------- --,
year of the Florida land boom r .
As Americans, each of us shares that was soon to burst like a a two story structure on
On this Independence Day, 1972, we Call St. near the Starke Hotel.
the continuing responsibility of child's toy balloon. (Editors note. But the 1926 boom
; guaran-
but four from the
are years away !
200th Anniversary of the founding of teeing the success of our founding Most of the frezled activllywas was Masons followed delayed by a their bust, plans.so the I NOTICEI; I

our Nation. If we do no more to observe 'fathers' dreams, set forth with such In South Florida but the Their Temple was finally constructed -
this Fourth almost fever was contagious, and before In 1952 at another lo-
of July, we should ringing declaration two cen- the boom was over Starke I .
pause and ponder what each of us has turies ago. What other political eventIn and Bradford County had got- cation.)

received because of that initial step-- the history of the world has so ten into the act. A 60-room The Florida Chautauqua Assembly SUBSCRIPTION RATES

.the Declaration of Independence -- and,m,dramatically: offered to man both the hotel was planned for Starkeit had perfected arrangements -
3 the creative effort that and the opportunity to never materialized oft for a permanent winter
dreate '
?"* ourdNaU hand build jatn1 I t cour e,> and other, djreams five In Key- II
long hard road of building In an sphere of free- homesite of acres TO THE
">" that soon faded Included a big stone Heights "a distinctive ,
and a free society dom and dignity; ? I
development at
Hellbronn and raoldlv rrowina community I I
Springs aid a resort hotel for with a beautiful location on lake
There is a need for such reflection Have fun at the celebrations next Hampton Lake.It Geneva/' An 18-hole golf course,.. I BRADFORD cot

because too many Americans have Tuesday. That is part of the American of was being constructed near the B 11TI /-
was a big I
grown careless in shouldering our res- tradition. But at the same time, let us hopes and big plans year beta tragic Chataugua grounds. Gifts total- Qtr p4
a maintaining freedom follow the example of The American note was Injected when the terrible Ing $100,000 had been made for
and fireeesociety. In fact, some of our Legion, whose members have foughtIn 1926 hurricane struck the Initial work. I 1

citizens are using these virtues as a four wars to preserve freedom, South Florida In September, The sale of Hellbronn Springsand TAMKK:. FLORIDA' 71091I i

protective shield for engaging in vio- and show more concern for the ful millions taking 1.500 of dollars lives arid in damage.causing < 70 adjoining acres to C.L. I
lent dissent against them. and associates of West I II
fillment of our founders' dreams.he Perhaps this calamity: was the Upton I
Palm Beach
turning point of the Florida was announced.

boom. Things never reachedthe The landscaping new owners the made property plans for the EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1,1972
same levensn pucn again I
I McGovern And DiscontentThe erection of a hotel and a
and a year or so later the
sanatorium and for
boom failure"busted" bringing financial and- the use of patients cottages at the resort I Year- OOrMooifhs i 1
to
many 1I One $6. $3.50 1I.
emergence of Senator George S. promises to sew up $28 billion setting off a chain reaction 1

McGovern as a likely first ballot choice worth of tax loopholes, now benefit- throughout in the the Great nation that resulted The Marcotte Brothers of I

for the Democratic Party's; presidential ting the privileged few. Depressionof West Palm Beach were rushing I I
nomination at the Miami Beach the 1930's.Old plans for ope Shore their new IN BRADFORD, CLAY AND UNION II
.
Crosby Lake subdivision -
convention throws the But In recent speeches Sen. Mc- I
a new light on files of The Telegraphshed with all streets cleared, I
political situation among the party's; Govern seems to be moving to a more some light on what was graded and Uohted-ihalaks- I II
hopefuls. t\moderate position on some of his going on in Bradford County front was to be filled.In and COUNTIES :
during the eventful year of 1926. made ready for builders. I
more extreme views, in an obvious I

Strange things happen In politics, attempt to build up his constituency, A Chamber of Commerce was Bradford County freeholderswent .
and who would have guessed that Hu' which originally was on the left, organized at Hampton with to the polls; and voted

bert Humphrey, once tarred with the without losing the support of a majority Arthur 1. Gould, proprietor of 304 to 50 In favor of a $450- Elsewhere $7.00 Per Year I I I$4.oo'or
brush of ultra-liberalism, should now of voters who traditionally seek the Hampton Hotel as presi- 100 bond Issue for the construction -
take on overtones of conservatism4'd 1 the middle of the road. dent. Auto plates were ordered of approximately 70
when compared with Sen. McGovern'a with the motto: "Hampton,Florida miles of improved roads In
liberalism.One The City of Opportuni the county. Months
ties" Gould reported that the
Influx of northern people regis The Starke Exchange Club
South But voters have frequently learned tered at his hotel had Increased was organized and held weekly
observer believes that the
that candidates cannot always be judgedby
ffreatlv in recent months. luncheon meetings at the Magnolia -
Dakota Senator "obviously has toucheda what they say In the primaries. It Lawtey followed Hampton'slead Cafe.

deep vein of discontent in grass- will be remembered that F.D.R. cam- and organized Its own Subscribe or Renew I II
roots America," shown by his pri- paigned in 1932 as a conservative Chamber of Commerce withR. Arch Durden general manager I
R. Thede as president, L. of the Hampton Beach
mary victories in state after state. Isolationist who going to cut the
was H. Hill, Secretary, and D. W. Development Co. announced
federal budget; and Herbert Hoover Moore treasurer. Said Thede: that a deal was practicallyclosed \ I I II
Ills anti-establishment radi-
mildly ;ran: in 1928 as a liberal. Road 13 will be completed in for the erection ot a
cal views coincide with a popular the near future, then Lawtey $35.000 hotel of brick and concrete NOW
trend of thinking today. He calls fora will be on the short route to on the shore of little
pullout from Vietnam in 90 days; he Just where, Sen. McGovern will wind aU points) in South Florida. Santa Fe Lako near Hampton I I II

deplores the buildup by 'the establish- up In the conservative-liberal political The traffic on Road 13 will (Editor's note: At OM time
undoubtedly be the heaviest of Hampton Lake was known
ment' of a vast military machine, spectrum Is Impossible to predict any road In the state." Little Santa Fe.) as AT THE PRESENT MATE I'
*od promises to slash the military at this time, but he looks like a Charles Woodbridge of I

budget and funnel those dollars Into winner for the nomination at MiamiBeach. Gainesville began construction The Bradford County Telegraph
creating new Jobs. For good measure, of a "concrete business block" Issued a bulky; "Boos
fronting Call Street on the north ter Edition" of 52 pages, largest 5.00 Per Year in County or Trade, Area
side of the old Commercial ever published locally up "/
Hotel.Cllzens. to that time. It was exceeded I I$5.50'r
only by The Telegraph's 75th

of Starke met with Anniversary Issue in 1954, totaling Year Elsowhere
The Bradford County'TELEGRAPH George P. Splttall relative to 56 pages.A I
subscribing to stock for a mo-
dem hotel. Mr.Spittalpropo.&; Chicago physician announced I I
to erect a five-story hotel with that.f modern i women"
ESTABLISHED 1879 I II
a basement and roof garden are shattering their nervous systems -
and not less than 60 rooms. and health with a

NIMIeFLORI .Behold. I Make all things Total cost-of the building! wasestimated mernr-cto-round of activities. I This is ,our first subscription rate I.I I.
at 175000. "Ifs her craze for speed
ESS __.-(Rev. 21:5)) thrills, and excitement that Is

I The Ford Motor Co. was responsible for' increasingly! I increase in over Three Years f fI
I Now the time to high nervous tension"uldtds ,
ASS A ON Is perfect advertising a cosy. five-
begin a new life. Old patternsof passenger sedan for$580 Lob, expert sounding a familiar tune I .

thought and feeling realize lose Detroit that Is still beard today. I Made Necessary by increases in" I,
grip on u* a* we
their
: ; it I I. never too late to begin A Building and Loan Association 'Plans .
were announced for
E.L. MATTHEWS, EditorPublisherPublished give.thanks.again. We With rejoice courage and Lake Butler was being by a group organized of Atlanta at county; fair tote: ,held at Hamp a ", postal rates and other costs. 'iI
ton Beach.
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each Thursday and entered .. Second and forward investors.Local .
strength we move "
Class Matter at the Pest Office at Starke. Florida f
into whole
under Act ef March 3rd, 1879.Subscription life. We a leave behind new wayof all citizens were called The young men of" the count f I 1
In trad eveer''I 1 $5.00 Outside$ ,
year, ; thought of yesterday's ap- to attend a meeting for the met In the courtroom to organize -
(,.d. ., 1 550. I it.
oen .
year pearsacea. W.,stand free In purpos* of organizing a Starka a Junior Chamber of Com- I.
this mom.ntof Truths Chamber of Commerce, In ad- mere*. ----- ----------- ----
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A 1i 11 IF In TlrIIIn CHURCH SCHEDULES at a church dinner at Bell. Berry; and Angela, of Callahan,
Grace United Methodist Friends' t.Mrs. Jewel Redoing were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
It 111 Sunday School 9:43:
Church ;
II / will regret to learn that O. Nlcula on Saturday. Berry;
Services 11
B1"f a.m. Worship a.m. she had to return to Alchua and Angela spent the week with
I .. yew stasis' Is, the will hew. bid ki skf and 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting, 8 General Hospital In Gaines Perry and Vickie.

p.m. Choir Practice Thursday ville for further treatment.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith
J FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MADISIOtf STREET GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 p.m.Church. and Mrs. Claude North and daughters of Key West were
LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST HAMPTON BAPTIST of God Sunday school
STARKE BAPTIST CHURCH S-100A STARKE : -ot
HIGHWAY and children Jacksonville weekend guests of their mother
! Sunoay :School 9.43: am.; Sunday Sunday School, 9:45: ; Sunday School 10 ajm. MornIng CHURCH .CHURCH 10 ajn. Worship Services II a. and Mr. and Mrs.' S. L. Swin- Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and
, Morning Worship at 11; Guest Morning Worship, at 11; Church Worship II; Training Union Sunday School 10 a.m.Mom- ..&.ndQ' School a.II.(i'til.rd. m. and 6 p.nu Family Night dell and son; were supper their sister Mrs. Daisy Boch.:
! Speaker, Rev. Albert Am Training, 6:15': WMU prayer 7: Evening Worship 8. Wed- Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening"1 lag Service 11 a.m.; BN I. Study 7Pt Wednesday. 7:30 p.m. guests of Me:*"and Mrs. John They were on their way to
Worship, Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday 1f:30: jim.; Evening Service : Highland Baptist Church:
Evening
7:15 7:30.
Circle Meeting
I broso of Drexel N.C.; Bell ; nesday Prayer t'. Robertson on Friday. Tennessee for their vacation.
Choir Practice 5:15: ; Church 7'30 Rev. Leon T. Odom Jr.,pas Everyone welcome. Wednesday and Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Wor- Mr. and Mrs Fred Moore Mrs. H. C. Wainwright spentFather's
'Monday Youth Choir Prac- Rev. Robert Halsten!' pastor Prayer ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 and of Homestead,
Training 6:15; p.m., Evening tor. 'Bible 7:30 Jr. family Day with her father
Worship at 7:30. tice, 7 p.m.Wednesday. Study : p.m. p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday who spent the past two weeks J.E. Starling In Bartow.
CHURCH OF GOD Melvin Hamel. Pastor
I Monday Bell CholrPrac- -Prayer Meeting STARKE CHURCHOF 7:30 p.m. followed by at KIngsley Lake were dinner Mr. and Mrs. Manus Grlffls -
tlce, 6:15; Youth Choir Practice 7:30 p.m.; Adult Choir Pra CHRIST 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.MornIng Choir Practice guests of their parents Mr. and family and Mr. and
7 Rm.Wednesday. ';Ice, 8:30: p.m. Bible School 10 a.m. Wor- Sunday School 10 a.m. and Mrs. Fred Moore on Mrs. Virgil Criffls and family -
Family Night Denton Sumrall pastor ship Services 11 a.m. and Worship 11 ,a.m. Sunday BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH PERSONALSJack Saturday. They left during the all of Palatka. were guests
Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night" School 10 MornIng -' Wainwright, Jr., of
Sunday a.m.
Supper 8 p.m. Prayer MeetIng 6 p.m. !Midweek Service Wed- afternoon for Hendersonville of their mother Mrs. Nellie
6:30. Teachers and Officers nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Worship U a.m. Evening Waycross, Ga., spent the week N.C. where he is employed in Wilkinson. Mrs. Daisy Boch:
CHURCH OF CHRIST Meeting, Friday 7:30: p.m. Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer with his grandmother Mrs.
Meeting 7:15: ; Church Class, Thursday 11 a.m.Church the summer. and Lynn on Sunday.
Choir Practice 8 p.m. AT MELROSE located one block west on SR -Rev. Y.W. Kldd. pastor Meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.Rev. Truby Wainwright. His father Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Swindell Mrs. Larrle DuBose and
Schedule of Services: 16. .J.C. Saunders pastor came for him on Saturday. and chldren''spent Sunday andMOMIV daughter Roxanne of Decatur -
Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. -J.P.It. Bell, minister KINCSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Mr. and Mrs. John Morris anaacksonv'uewtsM- Ga. were Thursday overnight -
CARD OF THANKS Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- Sunday School 9:30: ; Training MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Jr.. of Jackson. Ala. were and Mrs. Claude North. They visitors of her brother
,
We wish to express to our Ing Worship 7 p.m. PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Wor* Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday guests of their parents Mr. plan to spend part of the timeat and sister-in-law, Mr. and .
kind neighbors and thoughtful All other evenlngs-S p.m. METHODIST CIIURCII hip 11 a.m. Evening Worship School 11 a.m. Morning Worship and Mrs. Hubert Priest Sun- the Beach., Mrs. R. t.::: Lee.
friends our heartfelt thanks Sunday School 40 a.m. MornIng 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 6 p.m. Training Union day until Tuesday.CORRECTION Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Arpinof
for their many expressions of HAMPTON CHRISTIAN Worship II a.m. Youth Ser- Wednesday. jRev S.c. Cuthbert 7 p.m. Evening Worship. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brow- Dlnsmore vlaled Mr. and
sympathy. The beautiful floral CHURCH vice 6 Evening Worship, Pastor Interim Pastor Wednesday -7:30: prayerSer- : der and daughter of Guam, Mrs. H. W. Bennett and Mrs.
p.m.
offerings were especially ap- Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- 7:30 Rev. Tommy L. Milliard vices.Rev. Mr. and Mrs.Fred Moore Jr., are spending a'few days with Floy Bennett Sunday afternoon.
:
S ncThelm The family of Mrs. Ing Worship II a.m. Evening ,p.m.pastor. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Bob Cooper, pastor and family of Homestead who their brother-in-law and sister Rev. Don Denton, Mr. and
( )) Hall. Worshp 7-JamoeShaw,pastor. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. are vacationing at KIngsley Mr. and Mr*. Nick Harper Mrs. Hermle Kelly, and Miss
FIRST ASSEMBLY; ; OF.,GOD Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC Lake entertained at dinner on and family. Arthurlne Blanchard visited her
Ralford Road & Weldon St. Fellowship 6 ;..m. Choir Practice CHURCH. M4CCLENNY. Father's Day. Those present The home of.,Mr. and Mrs. sister Miss Enza Blanchard
and Mrs. Fred Moore Bill Gaskins
were Mr. was the setting
School, 10 a.m. MornIng Wednesday 8 p.m. Holy during the week.
Sunday Sunday Mass, 12 noon.
and Mrs. Mickey for birthday dinner
and Mr. a honor-
SPECIAL Thru July 8 7 p.m.Worship Thursday 11. Sunday night Evening, 7:30. Day Mass 9:30( p.m. Moore of Lawtey. Mr. and Ing their mother Mrs. O.J. Mrs.plane Ernest after wells spending returnedby two
Thomas and of Those
W.
-Charles Thomas pastor PINE LEVEL BAPTIST Mrs. J. son Phillips. present for the weeks with her son and daugh
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng LAURA BAPTIST Live Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Jody occasion were Coleman: Phillips ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. E.
EVERGREEN BAPTIST Worship 11 a.m. Pre Services Sunday School 9:45: : a EYenNg Thomas of Gainesville; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Fate Redd B. Wells and sons of Huntavllle -
CHURCH Booster Band Young ning Worship 11 a.m. and Mrs. T. L. Casey and family and grandson of Macon, Ga. Ala.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- People and Prayer Service). Worship 7:30: p.m. MidweokBi- of Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips,
ing Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. ble .Study Wednesday 7:30 p. S D. Andrews and family and daughter of Marhe, Mr. -
night Service at 6:30.: Midweek Service. Wednesday of Wildwood; Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips and + TIiiQa
Wednesday night prayer 7:30 p.m. Rev John Strickland m.Be in church Sunday. Jimmy Moore and family of sons, of Jacksonville Mrs.
meeting at 7:30. Pastor. Lester Austin pastor. Jacksonville; and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie PhillipsV! mother Mrs. yEiUS o 0
Cecil E. Crawford Sr. Pas- Chuck Moore Lake City. B"on'Realster., of Waldo. 1(11PJOINI"One(
Donald and Randall Reddish.
tor. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF Other guests were Mrs. Lois
.t Highway 100 at Theresas) LATTER DAY SAINTS of Ralford, spent Saturday with Carter, Lawtey; ,Miss Debbie
ST. EDW Sunday School 10 a.m. 1404 E. Bessent Road their grandparents Mr. and Phillips, of Macclenny and
CHURCH STAKE Morning Worship 11 a.m. Family Home Evening- Mon. Mrs. Les McClellan.Mr. Jimmy Crosby of Starke.
Father James Cregan, pastor Training Union 6:30: p.m. and Mrs. John F. Rob- Mrs. Truby Wainwright attended -
day.
Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday Evening Worship 7:15 p.m. PrimaryTuesday, 4:30 p.m. ertson and Mrs. C. K. Cowan, the funeral of her cou-
Mass 10 a.m. Holy( Day Mass Wednesday Night Prayer Services WednesdayRelief Society, of Jacksonville, visited Mr. sin, Holland Johnson In Lake way for a man to keep
7 p.m. 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle 7:30. and Mrs. J. D. Hall and Mr. Butler on Sunday afternoon.Mr. his head above water!I.to stay
RH 422P Confessions Saturday 6 Packham pastor. Thursday- M.I.A. 7:30 p.m. and Mrs. Standlin and others and Mrs. Glenn Carlitz out of expensive dive."

P.m. SundayPriesthood,8:30: a.m. _
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School of Religion: School. 10:30 a.m. Eve-
iMAMeS ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Sunday r-----------
Grade School Sunday 11 CHURCH STARKE ning Meeting 6 p.m.Sac rement.
a.m. to 12 noon. isranson Branch I II II
Jesse D. ,
.7 High :School -- Sunday President.
Sundays, II a.m. Morning
i.m. Prayer 2nd 4th and 5th Sunday -' I II III
AND 11 a.m. Church School 9:45 NEW RIVER BAPTISTSunday .
DAYJLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST a.m. E.Y.C. 6 p.m. School 10 a.m. Morn- I
Sunday School, 18 a.m.Wor- -John M. Flynn Rector ing Worship 11 a.m. Training
KEE ship Service 11 a.m. Church Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship, h
Training 6:30: p.m. Evening 8 p.m. Wednesday Night service ,r !
130 -101 Worship 7:30.Wednesday: BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST 7:30 p.m. Everyone wel- HERE
Prayer Meeting Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- come.
HIGH VmEEL MOWERS 7:30: p.m. ship Service U a.m. Church Jim Countryman pastor.
Rev J.D. Robinson Training 6:30 p.m. Evening I :
Worship 730.
CODES THE I
He*!. :OliCJ.: '} GRACE BAPTIST "
"if.- "tw> .... ,, *,. 'CHURCH; STARKE 7:30 ..m. BAPTIST MISSION *': .

;. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Rev. J..D.Boblnson; It.s. 301 North b8hina".T: .Bi, I PARADE/: .." : ,. '
.
FROM I 159.95 m.n Ing Worship at 11. Training 1 tee Frees Drive In, ..$undsy: '4' .
Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Wor- NORTHSIDE BAPTIST School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- : I
ship 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer CHURCH vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer I I

All With Famous Meeting 7:30.Rev.. LeonT. Intersection of Highways 16 Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- 42I .
Odom Jr., pastor.
t North\) and 225. Rev. 'Wayne day.Leroy
Olive pastor, E.L.,
Wells pastor.
Briggs & Strjitton Engines AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:45; Morning Grif is, associate pastor. I :
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Service at II. Evening Service I tI
t ing Worship 11 am.; Evening 730.' Wednesday Service 7:3bp.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH It'" .
Worship, 7 p.m. Wednesday 'I "
MZCAMDPY mmm SHOP) Prayer Meeting and Bible Study BROOKER, FLA. I .
Rev. Jim Templepastor.Sunday
7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- I
CALVARY BAPTIST
US 301 So. Across from 301 Driv.-ln- 964.8970 Ing every Monday 7 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m.CHURCH Morn- Superintendent.School, 10 a.m.Training Ron Bristol Union, 't t v II I

GF. Prevatt, pastor., Everyone Ing Worship 11. Training Union;
welcome 6:45 p.m. Lowell Douglas DI-. I It
6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.: rector. Worship Services U a. I ENJOY THE FOURTH :

Rev. Jim Black, Pastor m., 7:30. Midweek Prayer Service (. I II
7:30. Lavern Outlaw music -'
director. Whether JJllradeIJic'licDrit.e fish or Swim I II
you
ESTABLISHED 1904 AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH I
endachool9:45a.ml4or';' I II
: HEILBRONN BAPTIST Have Fun
I
nlng Worship 11 a.m. Evening'Worship

TTJ.T"iu Prayer Meeting 7 p.m.and Bible Wadaesday Study, Sunday CHURCH School, HIGHWAY 9:45:Train4 16 am N. I But Take The Cure To Avoid Accidents I:I II

Morning Worship 11.
Boot P
7 p.m. Study on of tms. I
CENTERSPresents Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Service I
HOME FURNISHING G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone 7:30. Midweek Prayer 1

Wylcvno. Service 7:30. On Pay Days' We-Have a Veritable
-Rev. L. Tommy Howe, pastor 1

This Special Portrait Offer In Color LAWTEY HOLINESS CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Parade of Folks' Coming To

Sunday School 9:45: : a.m.; CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS
Canvas Type Textured Finish Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth CHURCH
Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- Sunday School 9:4: $ ..rn. I FIRST FEDERAL
ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. Morning: Worship 11 a.m. Youth I II
ONE Prayer Meeting 7:30 Service 6 p.m Evenlng.'Wor- I

,p.m.-T>ev. W.B. Chauncey pastor ship Thursday 7 p.m. night Prayer.Meetf I To Add ToTheir Growing Savings. It Gives Ai

Ing 7:30pm. .
8X10PORTRAIT SMYRNA BAPTIST MISSIONARY CHURCH David Hodges Pastor I Wonderful Feeling of Security To Have

r 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser- I
BAPTIST CHURCH
DEDAN
vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m. BROOKER I INSURED SAVINGS
Preaching. 11 a.m.Training Union -
5:45: Evening Worship, Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor-'
: p.m.
7 P.m. Everyone welcome ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 PAYING HIGH EARNINGS
-Wilbur Dyne Pastor y,1,. Training Union 6 p.m.
In The Most Beautiful Color -Rev.,Lacy Conw."piltorIl. Federal
First
GOD I Why Don't You Save At
You've Ever Seen CHURCH OF
OF PROPHECY BROOKER I
'STARKE ONLY Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ..-- I II

Friday and Saturday ple's Ing Worship Service U a.m.6 p.m.Young Evangelistic _- I II

June 30, July I Service, 7 p.m. Wednes- I Savings Deposited In First

t day Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. I
HOURS .
.
: Come and worship with us. ,

FRIim 10 :\.M. .6:00: P.". -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor r'i; I I Federal Earn From 5-6% I .

SVITRPVY 10 \.M. 6:00 P.M.I:
: GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE And God MW everything 1
WILL BAPTIST CHURCH that he had made,and behold Per Annum I
.i Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sunday good.-(Gen. I
it was very I
With Earnings Companded Quarterly
School 9:30; Morning Worship
1:31)).
11; League 4 p.m. Night Service : I i
.a Family Group or Single' 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams In Genesis we And that there Passbook And Certificate Savings.
i Limit I Por Ptrion I Tr Family I
.i Group Photo f7c Por Person plus' handling h pastor. was a plan of order In the crew

..> Sovvral Proof Shown Poses To To Partnlt Soloct And Only'Ordor For From Selection' Plut HandlingCharge SOc FIRST UNITED METHODIST tion as envisioned by the Inspired I In By The 10th Earn From The 1st I
of this book.
> arm Vane Frlnndt And Neighbor STARK writers
Sunday School 9:45; Morning Order is basic to the foundation I I

Note If Family Group Includes Morn Dad and Worship MYF groups, II;,Junior 6 P.m. and Senior order of in man's our human world.relations Divine I We Pay State Intangible Tax: On Savings Invested Here. I

Children You Pay Only 971 Plus Handing Wednesday-Youth Choir RehearsaL makes'us a harmonious contributing I I
7 P.m. Prayer Meet- part of our world.. II eN,.......,
.. ... ,.. ...
I .
lag Chancel Choir Re- order. M TAIL I/IAN/1nID 1101 1'i 'wJJ .If-. 7301 Let there.be divine -f.... .. StM,...
I7RM **!. 7:45. Frifey
feiCt : I .... IoNr4oy
B Rev George L. Harper Nothing is too complicatedor I
too hard for us to grasp 1 FIRST FEDERAL I

learn, or to understand. Whet
FIRST CHRISTIAN '.CHURCH we do not know how to proceed I Savings and Loan Association erf StarkfThe
HOME FURNISHING CENTERS Sunday Service:Sunday SchooT let's pause for a moment and!
9:43 ,, _... ..
ajn. Morning "'
ipy. a PMnd.h
'UPNITURK. n.lANCKS. FLOON COVKfMMO MOMSI KMTKRTAIMMKMl say "God in us knows. Then
10:45 ejn. Evening Service,7:15 h tlUPHOM.5000 ...... I
.... Youth Group Suri- breathe a silent prayer oi .
Meeting.
OVER 100 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST day 6:30 p.m. thanks that the way is now revealed Haute Of Sating tt W. MAMIAM ST. I

-.J.C. U,....". uicUtir that the path Is made' II
plain before us, that God in us --
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knows-so that we know too.
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I Should Motorcycles-Like Be Seen, Not Children Heard .CLAssiFIED *Ai':;,



Motorcylea: like litttle of aU motor vehicles wfiltered. IMIII,,, rT'-ll J..J. r !I. LTHHI IW 11.-1.. .,LIllI 'f -1'1.' 1_ RIII I -- II r --
children should bo Men and They account for on):
not heard. one per cent of all trade ac ya
While the problem of rattling cldente. Yet due largely to tti -- SAVE WANTED-Lady bookkeeper 25 WANTED Someone to tune piano SHADY COMFORTABLE AND A--
pipes and noisy mufflers lack of protection: for riders, CLASSIFIED AD RATES years old or over.. Apply In also a few church pews tor ATTRACTIVE Three large bed :
"Tho i.J..tn, DUtonc*. ,128 S. Walnut or call sale call 964-7337. lip.. Za II_
might strike some as considerable they represent close to thre, Deadline for Insertion Monday person rooms two tile baths living,
It Is the visibility; problems per een$'of all highway fatal!,. 3 p. m. preceding Thursday Phone C cUt Mrs. Wilson 064-5289. Itchg. dining, kitchen, Florida Room,
that pose the greatest ties. Motorcycle accidents number before publication. W. now handle elr line TWO purebred fawn color male Lots of shade and fruit trees. SINGLES 8. DOUBLE WIDES

danger.A among the worst In term I tickets, cruises and' tours FOR RENTi -5 room apartment chihuahuas for sale. 10 weeks Ymi should nee this one. A.J. Expando Rooms B Add
motorcycle' study conducted of severity.; Minimum Charge $1.75 Adults only. No pets. old. $25 each. AKC reg. father. Thomas realtor Tel. 964- On Rooms
by Liberty; Mutual Insurance Solving the automobile motorcycle ). (Covers 15 words y,, efforts.special_package.! Mrs. W.B. Mundy. 9646352.: Call 473-3321. Keystone 5701. tfchg.

Company along with data safety; problem has tI: Each word over 15, 8(5( .our of N.f, tfchg. Heights., Itp. Fre. delivery; and set up
from the company's: claims files be a two-way street.It require
show that 70 contof Disney World SALEHouse on canaL WE GIVE SERVICEWe getresults 100 MILE RADIUS
clearly per an '4I8ldlW1'Molaafetya"are-; AU Classified Ads must be FOR !
accidents involving automobilesand ness and decision driving the I paid for In advance unless Cell 964-7449 FOR RENT- air-conditioned Little Santa Fe Lake. Over 5 with List;your Call property foi'sale BANK FINANCING
motorcycles, the autolst part of the autolst as well as tlM I you have established account cottages on Klngiley Lake.Cell acres. 30 pecan trees. 4 bed- POWELL us. BROKER today.mBILL 964.
simply. did not see the cyclist cyclist. with The Telegraph In that TOWN FINANCE CO. 533-2S6Oafter6. tfchg room, 2 baths $28,500. write 6464 964-6810., 1ff: HWY 17 North Green Cove
or cbg
in time to prevent the accident. For his own sake the automobile event 5W! extra charge for 'P.O."Bo* 2X414. TemDle P.O. Box 329, Waldo Fla. Itp. Tel. 284-5001 .264-7311
Roger H. Wlngate, vice pe- driver must respect i a billing. Not responsible for --
FOR RENT- 12 wide Mobile .
sident and of Liberty's; when the -
manager
errors given over
loss prevention department,explains motorcycle as he would any phone or when is not homes outside city limits.J. B. wwLOIOCHAMP
have such other motor vehicle. He must copy FOR SALE and Lynn White. Ph. 9646114or
drivers
why typed; and brought to the of T.T iI .
difficulty; seeing motorcycles. allow proper following distanceand fice. New 3 bedroom home near 964-8799. If no answer U-,
"To get a clear understanding, not attempt to pass the cyclist schools and shopping center. call 964-8874. tfchg'
on e.Ilwleiane road where Low down -- Jlome'and Building
hold a pencil at arm's length payment,easy monthly -
says Mr. Wingate. "Thatpencll passing Is not allowed. The car CLASSIFIED.DISPLAY payments. Buford Mitchell, FOR SALE 3 year old quarter ANDAutonotve
will not completely obscure a driver should be especially 964-6853. tfchg horse with $100 saddle total t .Materials'
at careful about making any turns Call 964-5240 after S
motorcycle approaching a $1.75 per Inch $325.
Repair WE BUILD -
the lanes ol I
across oncoming
distance of 120 feet. A motorcycle 2 Inch minimum -- $3L50 WANTEDUsed furniture re- p.m. tf.
travelling 30 miles pas-' traffic. frigerators washers.bah- "Your Plana Or Our.
hour will take 2.7 seconds: to There are a good number oi ----- mef's Discount House tf/chg -ALL TYPES- I Your Lot Or Our."
120 feet." precautions a cyclist can take A Hole f io Your Roof
cover of for his own protection. lie can Memorials Resolutions Proclamations .....,...-- -- ... FREE ESTIMATES
The most
common type .
automobile-motorcycle acci- make himself more visible by Card of lhanka L'OREAL guarantees their hair Or. A Complete Line Of Parts I Krrnnileling. > RepairsAdditions
dent occurs when the two vehicles using his headlight.He can wearfluorescent $4.00 Minimum up to 50 .color to Please at Koch's ,.i .
protective gear words. Each word over 50- 6)29FOR ) iWIIOLENEW
Drug. 4tchg
In
are travelling opposite Homes Bought Sold
during the day and reflector- ( LICENSED MECHANIC ,
directions on the same
autolst turns left Ized clothing and accessories SALEExpensive Ladles ''Tra edICREAGEFORSALE
road and the t'
at an intersection or Into a for night driving. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished Wigs only $1.00 plus wig stylIng ; ":J j ROOF Jack Eaves I /
The smart cyclist will handle I
shopping center, moving across his vehicle much like an auto- cottage. Also 1 bedroom cost. For details write: ; 964-6853
the lane of the cyclist. The driver furnished apartment. W. H. Discounts ';"Ifo3) "I:. Chelten T& Co. I
of the car does not see the mobile In some respects especially Nollman. tfchg. Philadelphia, Pa. 19138. J Roofing Shell Service I Hwy. 301 I S. Sturker
by holding his own lane
cyclist In time to react. 4tp 6/29 I
instead of weaving In and out of MOBILE HOME REPAIRS & 'Phone' 964-8088 or 473-4735.
One way the cyclist can help traffic. To save his life and that Service. Guaranteed work. Call Hiway 301) South And Garage -
himself with the visibility 1
; pro of his passengep.he should exercise Olln's Mobile Home Sales. Ph. WANTEDTractor work mowIng '
blem Is to use his headlight special aaution at Intersections 964-5606. tfchg & discing. No Job too smallor Wilson's Weldinq l
during the day as well as the j";L too large. Write James Lov- 435 MADISON ST.
night. A( study by the Wisconsin A cyclist should ride Just ett, Route 1, Box 170C Starke, home FOR RENT on Klngsley 12 x Lake 60 mobile 2 NEXT DOOR TO CITY POWER PLANT t GAS

Division showed that of Motor 65 per Vehicles cent slightly to theI ftPf, center In The Glass Shop Fla. 32091. 4tp 6/2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, air L ELECTRIC .,

of the cyclists felt that use his lane for two\reasons.First ,conditioned completely fur -- -- I PORTABLE .

of their headlight made them an oily residue! _tends to buildup Glass nlshed. Full dock privileges. .
more visible in city traffic In the center of each lane. For LEW'S I year lease required. Call IN STARKE LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering'6x9 I 5 MI. West of Starke
and 85 per cent felt the headlights Second, he will be more visibleIn Phillip Redmon, 964-7449. 2 $3.19: 9 x 12 $5.98; I on Rl. 16-Juston .
helped in rural traffic. the side mirror to the car Att CARS and TRUCKS WELDING SHOP tchg. 622.INTERIOR. Business Opportunity Zoned ]112 x 12 $11.50; 12 x 15 only Crawford Rd.
About 92 per cent of the auto- In front of him.. Commercial Cor. Walnut 4 $14.95 many patterns and .
late Involved said motorcycle The smart cyclist like the Installed While-U-Walt Whispering Pine Jtfo- & Exterior painting Brownlee St. colors. Dahmer' Discount. Evenings and Weekends
headlights helped the visibility smart child -, will be seen and Custom Vinyl Auto Top tel US 301 8. Phora done well at reasonable price. tfchg. CARL WILSON .
; problem in city; traffic and not heard for ,his own sake. 964-8232 Call 964-5606 after 6p.m.tfchg. Frame House 5 br 1 bath.
94 ncr cent said it was a definite 1017 N. Main GMlJe living room, din. room, kit. FOR SALE1970 Ford Country I PHONE 964.6691 I
aid in rural traffic. UTILITY TRAILERS FOR SALE '69 Pontiac Catalina. Front and back porch. sedan station wagon. Excellent -- S e e e e e-

Florida and other states VET NEWS CUSTOM BUILT Power brakes, steering, air condition. Best offer over$2000
have already enacted legislation ELECTRIC conditioning $1,500.Phone 473- Block Apt. Bldg. with 2 sep- takes It. Phone 468-1551. 4tp. PUMP.SERVICE
GAS AND
IF YOU RENT OR IF YOU
requiring headlight u- 3688 or 473-3137. Up. erate apts. ISO x 150' lot.

sage by motorcycles during "About 20 .percent. of the BUY YOU PAY FOR THE WELDING BRAZING Priced to sell. A.A. GROUP meeting every WELLS & RJMPS
daylight hours and many others veterans scheduled for medical HOME YOU OCCUPY SHEET METAL FOR SALE Mobile home,like Saturday night at 8 p.m. Waldo
are likely to follow suit. examinations for compen- TRAILER HITCHES new. 12 x 60,nicely furnished, Frame W/Shingles-Very neat 468-1998. lip.WATER. Wells 2" and
Motorcycling has caught on In sation and pension fall to report INSTALLED $2995. Located at Westmore 3 br. 1 bath. living, dining. up
W So
Make It
the United States, both aa a as scheduled." says W. Easy To Own ANew land Trailer Park, lot 8. Itp. kitchen, family room, utility; LOTS 24 Hr. service. on nil
means of Inexpensive transportation B. Mackall. director of the Or Used Home. room, carport Heat and air FRONT makes
and as a form of recreation 405 chain link fence. Beautifulyard. i t FOR SALE
Florida Divisional1! ) f Veterans CANOES: Mohawk. fiberglass,
and sport. While auto registrations Affairs. ;' r- 12' wide 24' wid. 16' guide $155; 17-1/2' $170 154 x 135' .Owner Said 'On Crosby Lake and' Csosby GOUI.DSMYKRSJACOXI ': -
)Canal 50 feet
Lake Canal.
have Increased New Gainesville sell price reduced from $16- J I PUMPS
The veteran and the Veterans ,Used Repot plus tax.--Dealer, -
) Located
about 35 cent In the last 500 to $14,900. wide;, 8 feet deep on
per 6/29
1ilkr 372-0521. 12tp
losers
Administration Bro
l are
decade, motorcycle registrations when this occurs. For the vet Up To 12 Years To Pay .. >--: State of Starke Road, Fla.100,Ideal 3 miles for vaca-West Florida Pump Servko

have risen more than eran, It means unnecessary delay Means low, low Payments BILL POWELL BROKER tion cottage> mobile home or 9914 KUnding Hlvd.
250 per cent. In completing action on JIMMY MOORE'SSUN Investment. PhONE 264-5630 j
Today motorcycles represent his claim and receipt of his W. Trade For Anything From SPORTS ,9646464Or fries* Start at$I.29S.OO. $200 Orange> Park, Fla. '
:slightly more than two per centPORTRAIT compensattn it(] Oft pension 'billy Goats :To Battleships. down and 35.00: month for M I
check. It could result In setting .V tk.wa D' HOOREBOAtFOR. ''''(Hi'*t3 (8 1/2 % simple interest
his claim aside for fail- IT. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES ). '
,
YOUR MONEY DOUGLAS
ure to cooperate. For the VA WAYNE I
"'.w A Veil Call 964.7701 8 sjn.'to 9
Clinic, It Is valuable time lost. Orange Av,. (U.S. 17)) Sates Service Starke Ph. 984-5791 ASSOCIATE p.m.'woekdays. tlrThON .
Physicians and technicians,and Phone 284-5439 VttJI

clerks have reserved time for Green Cove Springs, Flo.' I ML North er TIre ManGAINESVILLE Complete Outboard A 9646593Seles mn
the veteran and when he fallsto : Stem Drive Service and
SPECIAL appear It Is too late to schedule ;YIlI ; j
someone t'else' (In his LOTS -FOR SALE Stmrke Coif Repair. Complete Fiber- SALES PARTS

place. Other veterans, wait- It Country Club, ready for. class Repair. Custom- What's SERVICE
Ing In line to be called In for building on or for Inve nent. built Fiberglass Fishing SEWINGMACHINE I
their examinations are also Lots area approximately 1/2 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand Boat Happening I USED IMPORT CARS
I- cenallzed through no fault of acre and larger. Paved roads cleaned at Dahmors DIscount I

their own, Mackall says. only" 3 minutes from town. fast service. tfchg Starting Salaries From $288 I ITo HARFRED AUTO
All Service Officers can be :rail 9M-7701, 8 a.m. to i P.m.
trail
FOR RENTI 3 bedroom $333.60. Free Food
tfcng end Service I
of real service to all veterans IMPORTS INC.
er; bath and half. South end | Free ,
Housing Free
by urging and assisting ELNA Clothing
PFAFF
PUMPSNEW Grills Loop. Call before 1:00: ,
Free E.
them to report,:ft>* medical a Health & Dental Care, 509 University
964-7939. Itp.
examinations as scheduled by INTERESTED IN. BUYING OR Hew Homes I 30 Day. Paid Vacation A I _Gainesville 372.4373

the VA he adds. If, for some SELLING. AND USED LOST Small male dog, brown, WHITE I Year.
reason, ttte veteran cannot report CONTACT part Chihuahua &Pekinese.Re Responsible- Jobs, Regular I
at the time specified the SALES ward. 964-7798 or 964-5792. $49x50 up ( Promotions with Choice
Outpatient Clinic should be notified PARTS Pinehaven. of'' -
GEORGE ROBERTS Itp. I School, Location Of Duty.
_. Immediately so another Ports 8r Repairs on
.-' veteran can be scheduled In his REAL ESTATE SERVICE FOR SALE 2 bedroom unfurnished all other Make Ma- I And Travel. FURtfTUHE\
'
Deep and Shallow. Wells
place. CB home In city.; chlnoa.NATIONAL. 1 'In ,
it" PHONE 964-7826 Water Softeners and Phone 964-7142. 3 tp. 6/29. I Quality Home Furnishings

1/f/ FiltersPlumbing GAINESVILLE 1t Custom Draper!
: 421 W. MADISON ST.
_, 1 3 bedroom, 1 bath, large kit- | AT THE Carpeting

NEWS' ..ABOUTSERVItE Supplies che. family! room CB Outside home. 611 W. Univ. Ave. I :NEW\\ COST OFFICE .'Interiors by Victor
Central heat and air.
EXPERT SERVICE ON city.; Lake privileges. GaInesville, Florida L- 372-6289 Ia I 1918 Park Ave..-. Orange Par*

: ALL MAKES .378.U.5 .--- -- Hl-ml If
MEN CARL BEGGS PHONE 964-7081 2 Bedroom, 1 bath, In City; ,
frame, on large lot,nice house
I Gulf ServIce DURRANCErUMP WAITRESS WANTED: Apply r._ $ SAVE $ _.. CAMPERS

Used Ports Frame Duplex apt., good lo- In,person. -- Longhorn Rest- MARTIN
& SUPPLY CO. cation. Good Income properly.; aurant. 4tp. 7/14.
Navy Petty"!' .Officer Third THE FINEST SELECTION OF FlED DAVIS U.S. 90 West, Lake City
SxlO Class Thomas R. Talley, hus- 5 Blocks North
band of the formerMiss Pam USED CARS I 864 N. Temple Ave. I 5 acres, 660' on paved road Phone 752-3773
O.C. Carne Nursery BUICK PONTIAC
330' High, dry.
by deep.
;
'lye of Lawtay is on the "gun '
For Best Selection Of
natural color line" near the coast of Vietnam In this whole area Thousands of Plants GMC TRUCKS'A
WE NOW HAVE diamond bedroom home In City 1
nee-
;
Sarsfleld aboard, destroyer In May-USS 24 Hr.. Wrecker Service dies 'for any make or model bath, kitchen. living & dining Fruit Trees), Shade Trees LITTLE RIDE CAN SAVE TRAVEL TRAILERS
homeported Dahmer's Discount Evergreen Camellias, YOU A LOT" MINI.HOMES
portrait port Fla. -,"J'- USED PARTS stereo player. lirea. TRUCK CAMPERSAND
House tf/chg 'Azaleas. Roses
The Sarsfleld, In company GREEN COYE SPRINGS
with two otherU.S., gun-ships, Hwy..301 H,. Waldo Large house furnished Meet to. CMS .* Plant AiiiliaiLANDSCAPING TOPPERSFull

was earlier on,duty; with the 468-U98 WANTED TO RENT: 3 BR will sleep 15-20 people on Line Of Parts And
*'
99' aircraft carrier,USS Saratoga. house In Starke or Keystonearea. River Ocala National or- *1 ML ..E. ef Stark. Hwy. 1M AND SEWINO: MACHINE-HOUSE REPAIR CALLS Service,
.
e.t.
--L- Write Box A, Starke or n-bome Ct-ZKS
50. phone 964-6305. Itp SHOP WQRK

Handling Charge HOUSE PAINTING Interiorand GEORGE ROBERTS ALL WORK GUARANTIED

Wide chalet el preaf' .* exterior by contract or SECRET. Lost Water REAL ESTATE
hourly. First class workman- Weight, body bloat puffiness INSURANCE CO"
"..'"
On.pw iubel| toe per 'family, ship guaranteed. Lonnie Roberts etc. X-Pel Water Pills, only PHONE 964-7826 AT REDUCED RATES ,
Ralford. Phone 431-1768, $3 or Money Back Refund. _. 421 W. MADISON ST. e 31
,,,
l. evenings and weekends. AUTO BOU' "
4tp 7/20 FIRE
.Groups 1.00 "lro par perHfl Koch's Drug Store. lOtp- 8/17 ,, LAKE GENEVA

S Cannot ... vuil III conunclien| FOR RENT Furnished one DOYLE E. CONNER A"1"'; MOBILE HOME
FOR RENTs Mobile home in NORTH 301 Near Underwood ,
with ether odvertising offersCOMf bedroom house, large screened INSURANCE AGENCY
porch. No children or pets. Lawtey; 12 x 65 ft., 2 bedroomww Motel 15 acres, 600 feet on COLLECTOR'S ITEMS SALES
IMLV. AND SlIMS ThIS' AO TC'I tchg.
air-conditioned. BRIC.A-.BRAC
Phone 964-5884. Itchg. carpet, Highway. Will sell all or part.
a Like new. Phone 964-6214 off. Terms. AJ. Thomas,Realtor I'/iMi.' N.of Keystone 12' AND.24' WIDfiS

Mallard's5&TO 1 FOR SALE 1963 Ford Dexter 782-3693 home. Itp. Tel 964-5701. SEWING: MACHJNE-CJa8Mj, State Rd. 100 PHONE 473-4320

tractor. 2 row plantersand MJ d,.aads4Justed -.y Bill It Jo Brunofsky, Owner. ON,ROUTE 100
Double cultivating turn plows equipment.and set of .illi Ji 1 mt1:; i$ ii 1 111 m 1:1: f f 1;:I; 1 ::1 ::1 ; 1111iiIMm1tr;; ; -:- home. I.<**, i. ....inrepalxlalso. .,..... Phone 73-448 Keyatone Helchca, Fla.

..w drag disc 468-1190 Itp. ;,::.;:.;:?.: WANTEDDRAFTSMAN ::... Dennis .E.All c.aI"hDne workgwrentWd. -

Store a. 'fnt.ii: Very lowest weekly rates at ..H TRAINEE r.J 'OI-I42S ItclM(

Cell$ St. Underwood Motel adjoining ::.: ; I OLIN''S MOlliE HOME SALES
111 E.
restaurant open. Highway 301 & High School graduate, some drafting experience :& ,
THURSDAYJULY6Ih North of Starke, Fla. Call 964- r preferred. strong In mathematics. Steady,employment :::: white TV sets or color for rent by black week and or i Service It Our Policy

l. 8257. lip. : fringe benefit excellent opportunity E:1:} month at Dahmer's Discount When;you buy; a mobile home .
with established company. Apply Monday thru 10 tchg. 629.WANTED ,
FOR SALE Unfurnished 5 ;you should consider quality; ,
HOURS: ON DECK-Sea-breeze I comfort room house. Convenient location. 1'1 Friday. 8:0011115:00 P.M. t price and service. :
and cool'fashion per. Adults preferred. Telephone :: An Bejuel Opportunity! Employer :?.:.' TO RENT 3 or 3 We give all three and guarantee i.4t-'
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10 ckm. to 6 p.III. formance are'l lSurcd In this 964-7106. I ItP. :: bedroom house or apartment. to beat) any; advertised
Ho Age Limit pantsuit of crisp red and : Owen Jout of Florida, Inc. Furnished or unfurnished In price. (

white dotted CoUf, ", Br.Cral.. FOR SALE 1969 Volkswagen. i Lincoln City Road (S-100-A)' ::;,:; Starke or Lake Butler. Write Our 12 toot wld.s start at''
1 Storks, Fie. Un Cracly. the okmrt a Excellent condition. Call 964- Starke, Florida A. % Telegraph. Drawer A. 3.295.00..

tab-belted battle.Jacket with 5621. Itp. I*. ""' ''.'".>: ., ':' ,,''','','''''.,','''.''''''''''''<<<<<<-'.,: :2.Ip. $-29. Hwy. IOu W..t.
nd ,, .x.w.m1J.
rounded collar- straight- t":..:;.:;:.;;..';-*:..;,':.,.;,,",," .'_,. .'. ".< :." : .:..:: :.,.;" :;,:,,:,o-:=::-: ':':': ':';"" ':':::::: : : Stark. 964-S6Q6 .
cut pants with deep cuffi. (' ) ; :; -; ;y"";': :';';':';;o:'>>>> h."; ;

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