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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Remains of Valerie Turner

16-year-old Keystone Heights Facing changes occurring -
girl whose skeleton was found
near Starke Sunday. June 25, I AM YOURS in control of

show she was shot three times, r a septic tank inspec-

according to, a preliminary t s > r 1 was born on July 4, 1776, and the Syne" as the calendar turns. tion sanitary landfill
pathology report. Declaration of Independence is my birth
and mosquito
Results of the report were certificate. The blood lines of the world I am Babe Ruth and the World Series ,

released Monday by Bradford run in my veins, because I offered freoI am 130,000 schools snd colleges, and control operations ,

Deputy; Sheriff Dolph Reddish dom to the oppressed. I *m many things, 320,000 churches when my people worship the Bradford Com-
chief investigator' into the and many people lam the nation. God as they think best. I am a ballot
could
mission come
deaths of Valerie; her mot
dropped in a box. the roar of a crowd: a
her Mrs. Bobble Turner. 37,
22. I am 204 million living souls and the stadium and the voice of a choir in a up Monday with no
and Patricia Marr
ghost of millions who have lived and died cathedral. I am an editorial in a newspaper specific answer as

Valerie was seen leaving for me. .and a letter to a Congressman.I to what effect this
Nell's Beauty; Shop on Slt-21

midway between Keystone am Nathan Hale and Paul Revere. I I am Eli Whitney and Stephen Foster will have on the co-
last November
and Melrose
I
Heights 30. No further tracewa. stood at Lexington and fired the shot I.m Tom Edison, Albert Einstein and unty.

found of the K1I!! teenager until heard around the world. I am WashingBilly Graham. I sm Horace Greeley Will
two pre-teenage boys found her ton, Jefferson and Patrick Henry. I I.m Rogers and the Wright brothers. I am County; Sanitarian Jack Tra-

remains Sunday, June 25. off John Paul Jones, the Green Mountain George Washington Carver, Daniel wick who works for the Florida
the Laura Church Road about Boys and Davy Crockett. I am Lee and Webster and Jonas Salk Division of Health told the
two miles east of Starke. 1 Grant and Abe Lincoln. commission the above program.
have been identified as pollu-
Miss Turner's famiy Identified I am Longfellow, Harriet BeecherI tion control problems ana Will
a gray and white bluse remember the Alamo, the Maine and Stowe Walt Whitman and Thomas Paine. be switched from the I Divisionof

found In the immediate vicinity Pearl Harbor. When freedom called I Health to Uie new Department

of the skeleton.- An engagement t answered and stayed until it was over, Yes, I am the nation, and these are the of Pollution Control.In .
ring found at the scene over there. I left my heroic dead in Fland. things that I am. I was conceived in freedom other words, Trawick said,

was ,Identified as Valerie'. en Fields, on the rock of Corregidor, on and God willing in freedom I will he will no longer be heading
by her former fiance Mike the bleak slopes of Korea and in the spend the rest of my days up septic tank Inspections or
Jackson' son of Mr. and Mrs. steaming jungle of Vietnam. sanitary land fill operations.That .
Blake Jackson of Starke and bya responsibility he said
I the the
May always integrity
friendship ring bearing tile possess will rest with the Air and
inltal "V." Dr. O. L.: Ilaynes I am the Brooklyn Bridge, the wheat courage and the strength to keep myself Water Pollution Control Hoard
Starke dentist Identified Val lands of Kansas and the granite hills of unshackled, to remain a citadel of free in Jacksonville.

erie's dental work. ; ,: -14 Vermont. 1 am the coal fields of the Vindom and s beacon of hope to the world. Issuance of septic tank per-
,- -,4,<;r :. 'e: ginias and Pennsylvania, the fertile lands mits was officially taken over
Mrs. Turner MIII'Marr .
and -
,' /"" ,. of the West the Golden Gate and the 4 by the Air and Water Pollution
found shot to death In the ;
were Nov.30 .... e..r-( .. '_ Grand Canyon. I am Independence Hall, Control Board (AWPClastSat-
beauty shop last by a 'i' ,
--1-T \.. I "' the Monitor and the Merrimac. urday July 1. On Octoberthe
cutaner who came to tile beauty ".'.... ">. "," "" "'
county will be out of the
;
shop for an early appoint-
... '. ,,I big I from the Atlantic III sanitary .land/11 U.business, under -
I t;. J am sprawl!" to ,,
y". 'with ment.two Both"dIfCerent"pl.tof.8.nd bodies were shot .,. ,ProwJIv' "displaying'theolors" --.f-th' :' Baker County Riding Club err* Lee> NornUmleft( ,' the pacific .". my arms reach out to.embrace -' : the :Executive Order issuedby
and Earl Consoles down Call Street in Bradford's Honor America Gov. Keubln Askew Trawick
. were found nearly nude,, ,' president, as th.y proceed Alaska and Hawali..3 million said, unless the county signsan

It Is assumed by lawmen that'Valerie's Day Parad. square miles throbbing with Industry. Iam agreement with the AW PC.
\ ,, more 'than ,5 million farms. I am the Is
body was also partially Under Ute order, county
nude when abandoned since forest field mountain and desert. I am due to receive $4,711 In state
quiet villages and cities that never funds to carry on a land fill
the blouse found Is the only America Is God Made9Independence
piece of clothing worn by any\ ., sleep. operation which won't even buy
fuel and oil for a Tra-
of the three women which had year
been recovered. You can look at me and see Ben wick said.

skull Franklin walking ,down the streets of _
Bullets found in the Told"This
Crowd The state, according to the
and back area of the girl's Philadelphia with his broadleaf under his .. government's order will also

remains will be sent to the arm. You can see Betsy Ross with her 4 I IIIII allocate $1.900 to the countyto ;
FBI for further ballistics tests. needle. You can see the lights of Christmas hire someone to Inspect tanks

Deputy; Reddish states. Metal and hear the strains of "Auld Lang and Issue permits. "I don't
detectors were used to scour countis; God made," realize God is Ute first truth character, there will be har- know where you'll
get a
Lord known Mr. and the final reality," Mr. man
the area but no shell casings Roy T. as for that," Trawick said.
were found. Mason In Florida, told a sweltering Lord said.Heading. (S>. P..... 8\)
County, state, and federal independence Dav crowd verbatim the Am- The county, however will still
lawmen are cooperating In an during Honor ,America Day erican Creed, the speaker noted 1 13Sn be In the mosquito business,
effort which so far has proven ceremonies at the Bradford it "teaches youngsters k t, since In the change of responsibilities -
fruitless, to solve the Fair grounds Tuesday.But true meaning" of America Democracy Zoning OK A f Iw that has been

triple murder. Deputy Reddish left under the Division( of
asks that anyone noticing suspicious the "Spirit of '76" prevailed Referring to the essay "I Health. The state will continue
and the crowd grew as tour's"reprinted on this to match
movement or action in '\ every county; :dollar
, where the girl's body the day wore on until the page, which Mr. Lord also readto with $1.19 as it lias been

the was area found June 25 report it to flowed for big fireworks showat the audience, he commented. For 50 NewApartments r doing, Trawick said, for a total
the Bradford Sheriffs Department 9 p.m. Tuesday night Evenin "Now that's beautiful lang- r budget of $23.000 In 197172.
the humid heat of mid after uage, reminding all of whatwe M
noon the crowd stood quietlyto are in America. Noting that $1,900 and $4,711Is
"Anything could JM Important hear Roy Lord, a renowned "If we lose our faith, lose grossly Insufficient to
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Reddish says. Lawmenare speaker set the tone of the celebration the courage of our convictions, operate septic tanks Inspectionsand
checking out every avail then we Just are not good the land fill operations,
.able scrap of Information so Several hundred per sons lined Americans. the commission wondered Just
far have not gotten a big breakIn 1 how these operations will be
Call Street in the early after- "Some families, some countries .
the ras
case.lr noon to view the Honor America undermine their beliefs. carried out. The Board ques

Day parade which Included four But It won't happen here because A change In zoning was approved of mobile homes In the city; will tions be Monday whether the county;
to continue
expected to
floats one from the City; of
by the City Board of and Torode said that a meetIng -
Hampton tile Florida taw God won't let It happen. ThisIs last week; which may on his matter will be called operate the pollution programs
Adjustment
Prison and two God's under standards set by AWPCor
Band riding country Mr. Lord
r$ 310am (Erirr permit construction of an soon.
? whether AWPC will
actually
clubs from !Bradford: and Baker repeated. $800.000 50-unit apartment Torode said the city; needs a
counties. Strawberry Queen "Where but In America can a send state employees Into the
L-shaped pieceof land and suchas
complex; on a use survey map
Donna Prevatt and Miss. Florida person travel the width and both the uses in county; to carry out the func
property fronting on county; carryIng -
Agriculture, Miss Bonnie!: breadth of the land? This is Orange Street and Edwards out Its a zoning regulationsand r .) tions.

Gibson from Reddlck. providedthe the only nation In the world Loop Road.Approval. proposed that the board Trawick said that 69 state
1)Y parade's beauty! where you can do that with meet again soon to tackle the employees are being phasedout
Grand Marshal of the parade travel permits. was granted by the problem. of the Division of Health

IPleas. was GalnsvUle Mayor Dick "!f you don't like your Job, board at a public hearing on\ and given to the Division of
Jones. Major Carl Hurst was you can quit then get another June 26 on an application by PoIuUon Control.
master of ceremonies. Politicians without a permit, Stanley S. Noepl.lor s sc h i "We're out of it. They wanted .-

were Introduced at the "You can worship a.'ou change In classification from 3 Thefts iI M it, took it out ol our hand'swas
fairgrounds but were not allowed '- wish. I can say what I am R-I to R-2. which will permit Commissioner Ralph Bryan' -
to make a speech saying here today without fear multiple family residences. No f r opinion. "Now let's
nee
Attend Mr.. Lord brought a strong of any action against me. You one appeared at the hearing in OccurIn what they do with It."

Bradford County sense of God and patriotismInto are free In this countr)'. We opposition to the change. "We all know the state's not

the daj's celebration, do not have to share our To- going to station a tractor anda
making the crowd aware of the Board Chairman John A.
Care Center wealth CityThree man to operate it in Bradford:
Day heritage all Americans are a "Our greatest freedom is the rode said the decision approving
Dave Shuford.
reclassification would be subject "They might
part of."Our.
be
freedom to free.
MeetingAt Coun- have a man come by once in a
to review by the City
tore fathers didn't en- :Mr Lord concluded with the
Joy the previleges we do. That following words: cil, which has final authority.The robberies took place while to Inspect out land Oils
TheNeighborhood In Starke last week accordingto and say, "That's not sanitary.
makes us more aware this "Alth\ rlghtousness In the requested change was sup.ported ,
county was conceived In sacrifice unanimously by board reports filed at the Starke Close 14"Attorney
; heart where will be beauty; I
Center Gene Shaw
members S. O. Denmark A.J. Police Station. suggestedthe
and In Cod's glory. We! In character. With beauty In
Thomas Sr. and Mrs. Marguerite The first occurred Friday county; write the AWPC to
RJE Auditorium HalL Member Inman June 30, when Food Fair grocery find out Just what is In the of-

Green was not present store reported the theft New And fing. "I don't think the stateis

Thursday, July 6 BODY OF BO'Y,8FOUND W. C. (BUI) Powell, one of of doughnuts and bread to the King QueenOf so beauracratio problem.It can't' understand -

8:00 P.M. ICEBOXApparent the developers of the project will be police Almost(181100 six dollars in groceries Honor America Day your
: INSIDE UNUSED said that more details were taken.from the "You will do it. but under
released later.Chairman sidewalk where a truck had the supervision of the state
Com And BringA April Denise Hoffman 5 of Mr. and Mrs.
daughter "
reportedthat
Torode pollution board.
suffocation killed an Moore and three officers! left the food to be taken Inside
boadmemberlnmanGreen Clifford Hofftnan and TImmy Harper 5, son of Mr. and Shuford
Neighbor eight! year old boy whose body began the search at 7:20 p.m. later. The ttielvery took place countered:
Mrs. Wayne the 1972 Junior
rMUP Harper of
to both Starke are "We all know
desire from the state won'tdo
midnight to 6
was found In an unused! icebox Thursday at the Dixon home. a.m.
bbeeccaussegNi Klg and Queen of the Honor America Day festivities
out of It, but will
according to the Bradford They learned that the youth employment The store was not enteredand only supervise.
aI County Sheriff's Department was last seen at 10 a.m. town made It Impossible to attend .- Food Fair reported the Last year's winners wen Kevin Johns and Lisa Law- The question Is: Where is the)
c..r meetings. Torode) asked crime at 7:25 a.m. Friday. son. This Is the ..coneS.tIme this contest sponsored by money coming from to pay for
The state attorney's office has Deputy; Frank Bell found the- City; Clerk Merrill Edwards to Sharon Withrow reported her the Starke Junior Women's Club, has been held. Tabor and equipment involved1/
it:I r 1! immunitgtLltr authorized autopsy to supportthe youth's body inside the locked notify the City; Council that a aoartment. being broken into The first runner for \looe Culverson, The topic was dropped with the
up king was
Hanki cause of death. No report icebox at 9:15: P.m. will be needed If hope some explanation of Gov.A.kew' .
replacement
has been made. Other youths told officers Green resigns. Monday to the Starke police sta- 6, moo of Mr. and Mrs Roger Culverson, Starke. executive order will

Deputy Glen Moore Identified they, too had played In the Icebox tto.The First runner up for queen U Tracy Lynn Davis 4, be forthcoming
-.u.. the dead boy as Herman Harris, at various times. It was Mrs. Hall brought up the matter .- subject, entered a window daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Harold David Starke. Trie

.....,.;. c-... of son Lincoln of Mrs.City Matte; Mae Dixon Dlxon ins house shed,in the back deputy of; said.the of updating concerning the the city's;location ordinance (See Pag"* 8)) (See P.

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Sanders Home ,, Ai.IA

Scene Of Two Reception For
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Bridge PartiesMrs. Bishop West 41"a

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St, Mark's Episcopal Church ... tivt .
ir 1 Curtis Sanders. Miss will welcome the: Rt. Rev E. ..., ...._----..............
Norma Canova and Mrs. Lex Hamilton West Bishop of the .... .-. ----..... "' ...
Green were hostesses at two Episcopal: Diocese of Floridaon .. r r YWITh

bridge parties Wednesday of Thursday evening July 6. .1 ... -,;-; ,
i last week at the home of the Bishop W.stw1ll confirm several ""'yY

former. ww / new members of St, Mark's, '.- :. .
Arrangements of summer '
Parish at a service beginning at -
flowers were used In the party i :1 .. -..
several
} t 8 p.m. He will confirm 111'1 .
rooms.A 1 1rh members St. ;Xnne's Episcopal V+ tlJY ry ..:- ..

luncheon-bridge party tables was Church Keystone Heights,, t V ::..
five
l held at noon and the
at this same service.A t--
were covered with linen lace reception for the. Bishop t'Linda 1 Y aJV ::.Y\,
and cutwork cloths and cen- r V Y .w jrrV ":\
and Mrs. West and those newly P i1'r er
tered with silver compotes confirmed wUl be held In the \
holding miniature summer flower the service.
Parish House after
arrangements.A St. Mark's Invites all friends )
dinner-bridge party was
and other Interested persona to -
held In the evening at five ta-
this service KNIT-Here's whale
be with them at FUN a
bles. and reception. The Rev. JohnM. Colson, of a cotton knit by land or
The buffet table In the dining '
Flynn Is priest In chargeof sea. Whimsically printed
room was covered with an imported St. Mark's. Mr. PrestonTo with a whale motif interspersed
Belgium lace cloth and with nautical symbols -
centered with a pastel arrangement Wed Sept. 1 1"Mr. the easy-going dress is
of stock, hydrangeas and LeeLangEngagement Ideal for vacation wardrobes.

summer flowers. and Mrs. Thomas F,
After three progressions of Told Colson of Starke announce the Mr and Mrs. Fred Snell and
bridge and bridge-bingo at both
parties, prizes were awarded. engagement and approaching family of St. Augustine were
Assisting In serving were: Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. marriage of their daughter. camping at KIngsley Lake last
Lee announce the engagementof Linda Kathryn to Chad Owen
r Mrs.* L! H. Jennings, Mrs. their daughter. Marilyn to Preston son of Mr. & Mrs. week.

G. J. McGrtff Sr. and Mrs. Clarence Lang son of Mrs. James D. Preston of GaInes- Larry Paterson spent last
1 i Lex Green. Jr.. of Gainesville. Grace Lang and the late Mr. ville. week at Camp Montgomery.
LL1i e but Richard Lang of Clay Hill.
:
A September 1 wedding la Miss Colson is a graduateof Mr. .and Mrs. C. F. Bowersof
Bradford High School and
: Timmy Harper planned.Broadway..Calhoun. of Central Florida Community visiting Fort their Lauderdale son-in-law are and

Birthday In Ocala.
College
Party
daughter Mr. and Mrs. R.G.

Miss Gale Cuttino Weds celebrated his Coleman Becomes Bride Mr. Preston Is a graduate Paterson from Thursday to .
Melody Timmy Harper Joyce of p.I<. Younge Laboratory Sunday.
after-
Mr. Kirkland In First Baptist fifth noon birthday of last Wednesday week when his Of Mr. Turknett In Lawtey Church Mrs. Ruth Broadway, of Starke years School.In He the served Army. Includ-three Mrs. J. F. Putnam and Mrs.
Vlkl
Jackson'and
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne and John Calhoun of Jackson daughter,
and grandmother Mrs N.Coleman Miss Pat Wllkerson cut the ville were united in marriage ing one year In Vietnam after Kimberly were visiting Mra.Putnam.s .
Harper Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Miss Melody Gale Cuttino. ended In wide cuff. Her full which he attended Central Flo-
a cake and Miss Nancy: Coleman 3 In Tho and
Goodman a party July Foikston Ga. son daughter-
S. D. gave announce the marriage -
of Mrs.Myldred Beard rida Communltv college In 0-
daughter length veil of bridal Illusion
for Mm. of their daughter Joyce presided at the punch bowl. c JOp'"5 is raaldtng: In Jackson in-law Mr. and Mrs. Laurens
Marlon He Is with
and the late cale. now employed
Cuttino
was attached to a double tier The 25 guest roasted hot Diane to John C. TurknetU, Miss Carol Coleman. a cousin ville. White and family In New Or-
became Ute Amason
Electric In Gaines
David Cuttino
and seed dur- of the bride kept the bride's leans last Sun
crown of lace pearls dogs and marshmallows Jr. The ceremony, took place Wednesday to
bride of Ronnie Lee KIrkland yule ,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin with scattered Jewels. Her only ing the party hours three to Saturday evening. June 10 ate book. Mrs. 'Tom Crawford Mrs. Thn wedding will take place day.
Wesley KIrkland, on Saturday ornament was a small diamond five o'clock. o'clock in the Church of God, Following a Bedding trip Mrs.to Cleo Andrews. Mrs. Mary September 1 at 7:30:: p.m.
pendant a gift of the groom. was Tim- South Florida Mr. and Wilma the .
In thn Also assisting Lawtey. Overholser. and Mrs. ceremony.All
June 24. at 7:30: o.m In the First Christian Church:
First Baptist _Church Rev. She carried a cascade: bouquet my's other grandmother, Mrs The bride given In marriage Turknett Jr. are residing in Kronenberger returned Sunday of Starke.,There will be a reception friends and relatves of
W. A. Ilogan pastor, and Rev. of white bridal roses, while L. H. Harper. length father wore a full their new mobile home on Route from a 22-day tour In ten In the fellowship hall of the couple are Invited to at

Leo A. Hebert pastor of Forest carnations Fuji mums and gown of white satin and one, Starke. Countries In Europe. the church: Immediately after tend.
Heights Baptist Church. white daisies accented w nth ChantIlly lace: with a train.
Tallahassee performed the maiden hair fern.A Her bouffant veil was secured:
with a Chantilly lace gown and
nuptials. .. ,
carried of white -
she
Decorating the altar for the candlelight service: symbolizing a bouquet -
rainbow wedding were two the formation of a new daisies and mums. '
standing basket of pastel sum- family unit was an Impressive The matron of honor was the
feature of the marriage ceremony r bride's sister-in-law. Mrs. : tJJjJBP8' fJ11P : i
mer Ush flowers stock, roses Fuji mums carnations Eng- j Gary Coleman, who wore a full ( .
red '
length dyelklo whip-cream, '
.:,1't1lftec.ptIQ following was '
statice,, baby's breath and dais' with matching veil of: red tulle.ttt 4 ,, '
In cbwrtw
lea. Another large tmngemoni! ; ,"beld the : fellowship; 8ZV1Arrivals ., .f '-. .
of the same flowers was"cen.- r- -Hall.-On'one juaoftraran arch Her flowers were C bouquet of T. _

tered In the middle of the choir candelabrum ElltW led with\ garlands and carnations. Sr. attendedhis {!
Mr. Turknett *
of flowers and
summer
loft. The pews In the choir loft After
beat'man.. Ushers
Jade panels. Centering the piano son as
were hidden with panels of jadocreenel'
of were Gary and Ed Coleman
was a cherub arrangement
'
and woodwardla.In thebsckcl'OW1d
) pink and orchid flowers. Two brothers of the bride. *
two
were seven- the4th
Following the ceremony, a )}
baskets of pastel summer flowers -
branch and one arch of lighted Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carl
candelabra with garlands of were also used. Richie Gainesville announce recvpaon WMS neia at me nome

pastel summer flowers entwined Mrs.'Charles Darby greeted the birth of a son. Carl Nor- of the bride's parents wherea
guests at the door. The bride's three-tiered wedding cake 1c
among them. Below the man on June 21 In the Ala-
choir loft on the dais were two book table, covered wlth'a lace chua General Hospital Pater- topped with a miniature brie ,
more seven-branch candelabras ,cloth over white satin was attended nal grandparents are Mr. and and groom, centered thebride's I
and two tree candelabra by Mrs. Preston Guthrie Mrs. C. W. Richie of Starke. table

entwined with garlands of pastel A memory candle surroun- Bradford County Hospital announces misses knit tops $2 extra special savings
summer flowers. Fern panels ded by greenery and mixed the following births: ,
were also on the candelabra.In pastel flowers stood at one Mr. and Mrs. Robert Honnle Mrs. Charts Parker and 'I-.5z sep
each window was a single side. Locke Starke. a daughter. children returned to their homeIn Variety of styles & colors. Easy care Lawn $ *$i97
candle with greenery. Seventytwo Melissa Ann July 1. Cocoa Wednesday after two ,_. fabrics. Sizes S-M-L, I
candles were used In the Standing In the receiving line Mr and Mrs. Fred Richard weeks In Starke. Mrs Parker sale
ceremony to represent the were Mrs. Cuttino Mrs. Klek- Wimpy. Cltra a daughter,Klm- underwent surgery In Brad- __ misses shorts $ 2 Chairs

;year. 1972. Marking the familypews land, the bride and groom berly Ann, July 2. ford County Hospital while here 1/5mar to 12.99

were arrangements of and Bridal attendants.The Coach and Mrs. George Lo- and the children stayed with Entire stock reduced. Wide selection
summer flowers. bride's table covered per announce the birth of a their aunt, Mrs. Carolyn Red.. Sizes SML.'Jamaica.
Paul Faulkner organist:Miss with a lace: cloth over white son, John Vincenton Julv 1 grave.L. .
satin featured an all-center In Alachua General Hospital Sets-$4
Carol Hardy and Don Hardy, '
F. Smith Sr. is recuper-:
four-foot wedding cake with a
Chaise
duet and Mrs. Donna
singing a :
running fountain surrounded by ating at his home here after ,_..54.99
Swans, a soloist, provided a greenery In the middle. The "' several weeks In Alachua General stretch fashions In easy care fabrics. $697
.program nuptial music. bottom of the cake was encircled .. Hospital, where he underwent Sizes 1010181! Save I
Steve KIrkland attended his by pastel summer flowers. '. r "P" surgery.Mr. LoungeNew
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brother as best man. Ushers The fourth tier was topped with ..r.. \ shifts andculotte
were Frank B. Beard Jr. of two white feathered doves nested and Mrs. Clyde Sin- 299
Savannah Ga., cousin of the to an arbor of white bridal PERSONALS.C' ', clair of Starke, and Mrs. N. shifts

bride, Marvin (Tex) Patrick: flowers highlighted with two \ '. K. Hurst of Indianapolis Ind. _I..13." ,
Scotty Rhoden, Jimmy Rye and small white slivered wedding I returned Sunday after spend d Easy care no-Iron fabrics reduced to"sellout"
Mark Patray all of Starke. On ing two weeks with Mr. and In while
bells and a wedding ring. Hurry selections
Mrs. Joseph L. Bettes of &U one end of the bride's table SA Richard St. John underwent Mrs. T. H. Slade In the Ba- last. 119
Augustine attended as matronof was a four foot cherub arrangement surgery last week In the hamas. solids and stripes !
honor. She wore a floor h summer purseclearance
flocked of roses carnations: Norfolk, Va Naval Hospital. I No-Iron, machine washable, 54" wide. "Iee
length gown of aqua daisies, stallce English stock Mr. and Mrs J. T. Carver I mittrttt pidi.flat and fittid .machine waihable

dacron and polyester featuring and baby's breath. Mrs. W. B. Mrs. X. M. Smith. and family have returned Twin flat, regular $3.19 ......................,2.44lad..es
a ruffled neckline long Mundy and Mrs. Carl Hurst cut Mr. and from a two weeks vacation _'....._a..o 244 Full flat,regular $4.19 ...................... 3.33
bouffant sleeves and a full the cake. and daughter Terri were Mountains vacationing at Sylva N.C. dressclearance P.V.C. straw totes, viscose Twin fitted regular $4.29 .....:................ 3,33
lathered skirt wide belt fastened in the Smoky and suede shoulder Full fitted, regular $5.9972................ 4.44
In the back with a large Each: punch table, covered lat week. Hallle Seymour of Gainesville bags.:

how. with a lace cloth over white satin and Doug Seymour of _. .._... ..M.U.5.I$4. 288
wM$11 IS
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The Bridesmaids were !Miss was centered with a crystal S/Sflt. and Mrs. Norman Rig- Tampa were home for the week- tote "Granny" mens short sleeveS

Elizabeth Terry, Warner Robbins punch bowl encircled with don and family of Seymour John- end. $ 10 $7 se suede shoulder sport or dress '
Ga.; Miss Deborah Byrd, greenery and mixed summer son AFB N.C. spent Fridayto begs ,.
Darlen. Ga.; Miss Darlene Peterson flowers. Presiding at the punch Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Ralph Alvarez In shirtsP.V.C.
Cool hot weather
Macon Ca; and Miss bowls were Mrs. Gene Ivey George W. Brown Joining the of Boynton Beach and Mrs \. care fabrics.styles Petit, mens and womens .
easy
Linda llaas of Starke. Their Mrs. Francis B. Beard Jr., family for a week are Mr. and H. Lang of Belle Glade were Jrs. Misses & Half Sizes.
gowns were Identical to that of Mrs. James A. Griffin and Mrs. Rex Brown of York, Pa. guests the past week of Mr. summer dress shoesMmSlmTM 188 U55
the matron of honor except In Mrs J, W. Bitch Assisting In and Mrs Paul Raymond. clearance II: _SSM d

pink yellow !green, and laven- caring for the guests _reMiss Mrs. Jewell Carson and Perm.-preis polyester
der. The matron of honor and at-. Gayle Hatcher Miss Anne daughter, Barbara of PIttsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck of children 555 cotton prints solids.

tendents earned cascade bouquets Haynes and Mrs. Roger Akers. PaR and Mrs. Ovada Witt and Palatka and Mr. and Mrs. Henry playwear I WIII..I.O ....1.... checks S-M-L. 8.1414-17.& plaids. Sizes
of pastel multicolor roses Miss Karen Chltty passed out son Alan of Columbians Ohio Rlcharde of Gainesville and

Fuji mums carnations rice bogs. Miss Linda Haas are visiting their mother Mrs.M. their children were Fourth of 444 mans easy care
statice, baby's breath and caught the bride's bouquet. L. Johns Sr. July guests of their mother j22"
knit shirts
daisies. Mrs. H. M. Richards
Stephanie Dukes, daughter of The bride chose an aqua doub- Tops shorts & 2pc. womens summer ae
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Dukes ble breasted suit of polyester sets Infants tod dress and casual 11.99. 166

and Jennifer Johns, daughterrof double Itnlt with a white silk NOTICEALL dlers & girls 3.14. shoe sale I Short sleeve, tank tops

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Johns crepe blouse as her traveling ...... collar models end crewnecksSlzes
served as flower girls. Their costume. Her corsage was sass $2 S-M-L-XL,
dresses were also of flocked 'white brldalro.... WEDDING WRITE UPS
dacron and polyester but In After a brief wedding trip Bone white fc navy In mens casual .
the couple will reside at AND PICTURES leather and crinkle pat IaytLpAtw.ielntjaekeb. .. .
melon and ;yellow. John Curtis ent. Sizes 910. flares
Green Jr., son of Mr. and Klngsley Lake. _''toM."tv..... Entire stock priced 10lad.as
Mrs. John C. Greene was ring The bride a graduate of MUST BE TURNED IN sandals sell out."Size* c-18.
bearer. Tin College Forsyth Ga.. swim suits women :2 t. $4
received her B. S. degree In .$3-$4
WEDDING DATE
WITHIN WEEKS OF -sN
The bride given In marriageby Elementary Education on June TWO r ............ Ir.SeyilitlitwtitMiackittSolid I "' ,
her grandfather, Francis 4th. She will teach In. Lawtey OTHERWISE THEY CANNOT $4 88 *,fancies.Poly Entire stock Junior
B. Beard Sr.,-wore a gown of this fall. White ft browns, leather ester. ,& cotton or Boys. Sizes 3.7.
write slllf eats peau with a The groom a graduate of & vinyls Womens 5-10 100% cotton. Sizes
salerina neckline and an A. BHS, Is employed by. Hercules: BE: PUBLISHED AS NEWS. boy One 4'leg two& place Caps.styles Jr. Misses Bikini& 29-38. solo te $3 .
Peau Starke and Is
Une empire silhouette. Corporation In a Half Sizes.
de anga lace applltgies with member of the Auxiliary Police'
beading were scattered Force. Your Cooperation Will Be Appreciated

throughout Ow bodies skirt, Among the out-of-townjussts "

The ana long full chapel full 'sleeves length train.with was Florence Mrs T.S.C.Connors grandmotherof Cuttinoof Bradford County Telegrsph' :Jl:, ?ou can always "charge' it" at CARPS ,(STORE ADDRESS)

peals oe wigs lace appliques the bride.


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BEEF PEO?' _

Lockhart Asks _

District 25 Quantity Reserved Rights

House SeatBill WINN COPYRIGHT DIXIE STORES 1972, INC,
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Lockhart of St. Augus-
tine has announced: his candi- PRICES GOOD THURS. JULY 6 THRU WED. JULY 12
dacy for election to the FlorIda
House of Representatives.
District 25. Including Bradford -
Clay and St. Johns coun
ties. .
In announcing his candidacy
Lockhart said, "I believe that W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF ROLLED
my five years' experience attic )
highest level of state govern' 3as 1
ment In both legislative bran- BONELESS
ches, uniquely qualify me for
for office of State Represen-
tative. The legislative process
has become a complex and tedious -
function. I believe that my
Involvement in this process I a Chuck Roast
over the last five years will
provide the people of District .
25 with a strong voice In _
today's legislature.
LoclOiart is a 1967 graduate LB.
of the University of I-lor Ida.TJpon _
completion of active duly -
with the Florida Army National
Guard, and graduation SAVE 1Oc Ib, .USDA GRADE 'A' FRESH FANCY ROASTINO lie lb.WoO BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF CHUCK SAVE 40c.FREEZER QUEEN All VARIETIES MEAT

from Information the Department School of, Defense he- Chickens. 39C Steak . 88C Dinners. 2 -: 99C

Joined the staff of then Secre- 0
tary of State Tom Adams as HICKORY SWEET OR BOB WHITE SLICED SAVE 40c lb. W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF STEAKS TAIMADGE FARMS WHOtE HOG HOT OR MILD

a research assistant.In Bacon ls.68c Delmonicos I I"1";( ) $18'W 79C
Sausage LI
;; 1969 he Joined t the staff . .
of Commissioner of Agriculture SAVE II.lb..WO BRAND SMOKED PORK SHOULDER .D BRAND CUBED BEEFSteakettes TASTE O SEA SEAFOOD

assisted tivities.Doylo with In 1970 Conner Its he legislative became where ac-legislative he- Picnics 48 2 -: $1" Platter 2 99C .,:.

assistant to state Sen- W.D BRAND CHUNK BRAUNSCH- SAVE lOc Ib..W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF SAVE I0 Ib. ,fRESH HALF OR WHOLE
ator Hob Saunders of Gainesville (H NDI"rA
serving in this capacity Weiger 49C Gr. Chuck 1e. 99e Pork Hams LI, 69C
through (the 1972 session, whe"he .
resigned! to seen .electionto SUPERBRANO CREAMED COTTAGE GRADE' QUICK FROZEN CORNISH ((1-LB.AVO.) W D BRAND USDA

the 1962 I louse.In Lockhart. was elected :-. Cheese o. 2 c ; 79c Game Hens 2 $169) Cubed Steaks OVER $798
President of Florida's 4-
II Clubs, and in 1965 was sel-
ected the National 4-11 Club
Leadership Winner, the high- M d
est honor a 4-H Club membercan N} .
receive i ;.,t \ 7T : ..* IJjRI JJAID,P 'SLICED4}! @aw" Astir
In 1963,, as..student at St.' ....!, i '\ ':"\'
Johns Hlvei 'Junior College .
Lockhart won the State Junior li' 1\\:
f 5 1
College Debate Championship. \1J"i
Lockhart"la a Staff SergeantIn Peaches .
the Florida Army National RUe Cl'Nf 29-oz.
PEAS
Guard and resides on a cattle %.MMES CANS
farm In northern St. Johns cou- i
nty with his wife and eight-
months-old son. SAVE t JUMBO Limit S with $7.50 or more purchase .xcl...,.. cigarettes
\ Viva Towels 4 a1 To
ROLLS SAVE IJc ARROW CRACKIN' GOOD BARBEQUESAVE

SENIORCITIZENS Limit 4 rolls eluding with $7.SO cigarettesSAVE or more purcha. Bath Tissue .4 'KGS.2 ROLL 88CSUFERBRAND Corn Chips 2 rKGS.88c

Me. STARKIST LIGHT CHUNK FRESH FLORIDA GRADE 'A' All WHITE SAVE lie. SPARKY S S

Tuna Fish &- 31 c Large Eggs 2 DOZEN '79C Charcoal. 20 o Sse .

SAVE lie BLUE BAY SUFERBRAND (QUARTERS) SAVE! 10c ARROW PAPER

Senior the Holiday Citizens Inn enjoyed and a lunchat good Tuna Fish 6Y CAN' '". 27e I Margarine 6 -I.LI. 9 1 Plates . . PKO'lOO.C'. 59c

meeting afterward at the Lee: SAVE lit.Del MONTE EARLY GARDEN SAVE 21e.THRIfTY MAID DIXIE DAILINOSweet
creation Center on Tuesday, Peas 5 $1 5 a 48C Family Bread. 22c
June 27. CANS Sugar . <> bAt
It seemed for a while that SAVE 20.. THRIFTY MAID SAVE Lee BUDWEISER SAVE Be. / *

grams we could for not the fulfill day, our but pro-our Sweet Peas 6 iis $1 Beer . 6 CANS $! Hard Rolls 4 10OS.;: 99"
Recreation I Director, Gene 11ay-
SAVE I7c AURORA SAVE 10.DEL MONTE SAVE IOc DIXIE DARLING
burn oroblems, was and able all worked to solve out our fine. Bath Tissue 3 l Rg.L: 88C Green Limas 3 CANS $1 1 Creme Twirls. :a. S9c MORTON ASSORTED
Wu wure happy to see Lilly
Johnson, Yola vestal and
Marian Batchelder who are FRESH GEORGIA
recovering from recent Illness. MEAT DINNERS
The only Charter member who
PEACHES
attended was Alex Morton.Happy .
Hirthdiy were iota Vestal -
M.n-iha\ Simdom, M.irry
Itosenshinc, Peal and Lilly SAVE

Johnson.Houston C. Driscoll was admitted $ GIANT a J 11-oz. $1
to the Bradford County; 4 1 SOc
PKGS.
Hospital shortly after our meetIng LBS. a a a

A letter ww rend to our mom-
bers from Ada Hoist telling us RID RIPE SAVE 17c.POLY LAO FRENCH FRY RIO. OR CC

of the looking Karl's time forward when condition he eagerly will We beoll are to MORTON SAVE 24 Watermelons EACH 88 Potatoes 3 :-.. $))00

!! alit with us again. Also COCONUT CHOCOIATI 1IMON. SANTA ROSA
unable to attend on account NEAPOLITAN O* BANANACREAM
of Illness were Margaret ElinorTh Jack- Plums 0 iI. 39C Flounder I '::: 99e
son, Perle and
ir ton, and Dorothy KerriganThe PIES 44.0: *. SWEET CALIFORNIA' AFPIE on ACH

ainly giving cost of the meat housewife Is cert-Iota PKG Nectarines L.. 39C Cobblers :::o:: 89C
of trouble and surely playing
SAVE
havoc with the Income of FRESH FIRM (NO HEAD OVER Me) SARA IEI DUTCH APPLE
senior cltl ens. '\Ve have Crumb ''
Lettuce 23C Cake
tB 89C
the greatest production recordin J $1 . -
our entire history yet ABBY LEMONADE LIMEADE OR PINK PAN.REDI
costs keep climbing up. Some- 14- *
$
one where.Is making.A boycott a killing by the some-peopleon PIES Lemonade 6 CANS 79C Shrimp ;&: F9

of meat ._ _.. _._ _._._ .._ _..__._ _._ .
the purchases --- ...._. ------ ----- -- e._-!.._--- _._--------_. -_._-_ ------ ---------- --- --- --------------.r ------- -
should make those responsible :

do eggs sonethlng, cheese about milk I It., and Chicken fish, I I STAMPS f I I I I GREEN STAMPS I I 47 i GREEN r STAMPS ; I I six x-n-r GREEN STAMPS :
are equally nourlshliw. / six .GREEN dM. "-N.GREEN.* To ond on a happy note, a c ONE 14 01 CAN ONE c ONE QUART : ONII ONE USDA GRADE<< 'A' I:
20%' Increase In Social Security J I RAID : J I QUARTLiquid J I DEEP SOUTH : J I I I.LI. CAN QUICK FROZEN
payments was voted overwhelmingly n Ant ft Roach Bomb : Qn Plumr It P.anut Butter :1 Qn Actor Cofl. i ... W-D Brand Turkey ;
.
with : : ai':: : .::U":: GOOD THRU JULY IS
in Congress \1: 12 0000 THRU JULY 12 GOOD THRU JULY 12 /
GOOD 12int.i GOOD
THRU JULY THRU JULY
adjusting clauses Included No. I .. .. ......, ;:L = 1'40.2.. ...,.,.... .._.... i 1'40.3.__*_...,.,. .. .__ :[ 1'40.4.. ...,...,.. __.... 1'40,5..._.-.. ._... .
( .N .
based on the costs of living. .-.--. . . ....-....'-_ -. .- . -...- __00--00_"- - -- - .. ... ..-----.. ----. . ---.-,.., ._:! !" _.. ...-_ _. ._- .._ -_. _-- ._-_-
This legislation was reluctantly I

signed thought 20 by%/ Pres.was too Nlxlon much,who yet 4 I GREEN STAMPS ;1'f I I I'' -i: GREEN STAMPS I i d+l, GREEN STAMPS I I -i: .NW.GREEN STAMPS I I 1J;..GREEN!STAMPS,JYON ;
he requested $2.25 billion to go """"" w MNM. { MfW .N.t.N1 M ON.I: TWO HALT''GALLONSSUPERSRANO
.
the war In Vietnam. [ SteK0. I ONE 216. SIZE ONE 2.LI. MIGHTY HIGHSTRAWBIRRV
Into W D OH BLUEBERRY ; W4 CHOPPED : SHERBET O*
Our next meeting will l be July : BRAND HOIMClCanned
11, at 1 p.m. We sincerely : Beef Patties Ham :::SdY Shortcake ..........". Sirloin St.aks : GOOD Uo THRU Cream JULY I 12
111) '+t I 0000 THRU JULY 12. /
GOOD GOOD THRU 12
who THRU 12 JULY
are JULY 12
pray that those / GOOD THRU JULY 'II No. 9 .. .. ,.. ....., No. 10 ., ,..,. ,.. ..,
and those : No 6 .. No.7., .. .. ....... No. 8 : ? ? -
will who are get well wen continue soon to be so. .._._--.-.-.-----------?-- ----_ .._...._-------.-*--.N"---_.-" --.-- .---::.._----_._-.IMJ.--> >---.! ._--_.-..-.:....-. ..-. ._.-_.... .-.--.-_....._- _-_. ._------..-..-..-.

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D. J.''S spent last. Mary Williams and W. H. Max
\ and Mrs. Ray- well in the loss of their brother
-" \ In Hollywood.Dan and brother-in-law Leo Wiggins / .
By a week In Miami in an accident In Jack
EjUulxtUi (
Charles Mo-
Mrs. sonville.

SCHOOL NEWS Mr. Bruno have
'
from New York Cor. WISH I'D SAID
Summer Fa '0001 will start &. weeks. Visiting
,4"'r
at 8 a.m.' Wednesday In the parents Mr. THAT
various school centers with all the and two I
students Interested in enrich- .. Marotta is
ment activities Invited attend. sister.
The program will offer arts and Is vacationing In
and crafts reading arithmetic her uncle and aunt,
Lamar Price. "Experience teaches that
social studies, English and science. I
Trlgg of Cocoa men govern nothing with
difficulty than their
Re : Major and Mrs. more
Fred W. Grown
last weekend. tongues. ,
ADULT CLASSESAll / returned from The Bergen. (N., J.) Citizen.

Interested adults are honors. He won
Invited to attend night classesat for the neatest "The government and the
the Vo-Tech Center, Lawefy; prize for his clown blood bank have lot in common
on theme of the camp both after the
and RJE. You may study toward .k.they're
a diploma Job Improvement and at : .Circus and Carni same thin*."-E. J. KIrby,
or self improvement. : ; : Jr., Chnriton (Mo.) Courier.
All members of Dell Chapter secretary for
168 are asked to meet In the Fire Department
Masonic Hall on Brownlee St. : j| Is In the VA hos "Mnrrylntr\ a !girl. for' her
,at 8 p.m. tonight (Thursday, ). < "
Business of vital'inportance I speedy recovery. for its puliit. --St rllnK II.
<< I extended to Mrs. Melhorn
CHURCH NEWS
1y -

Greater Bethlehem freewill I N

Baptist Church, Rev Jasper
Williams pastor Monday night,
Choir, No. 3 and Ushers Board
No. 3 will meet. Thursday night I
Senior Choir rehersal. Wed II I
nesday night Prayer ,Meeting.
Thursday night Ladies Circle I I
wUl meet with Mrs. Louisa LinBey. .
Friday night,Prayer Band
meeting at, home of Clarence
Covlngton.. > Saturday,dinners
,will be sold from the kttchen.
,Sunday services start with.Sun
day School at 9:30; Morning
Worship at 11, with the Youthin
chanre. Ulrjier nerved at !
'12:30.( Leaqje at .4 p.m. EvenIng :: -

Service., 0 p.m. with the BIC
Women's Homo Mission In Price
; anti
chareo. Visitors always wel- vet Serf:
com: : .
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Business < .nd. ...... *.
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Safe S 8' proved.. 1 Var Ouar
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'" Taken On Cadillac Trades Jul,6,1'172'w'' Our Diftcount Prlc
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Sales. Parts.' Service Soap t
Cleaa=I Used TejroUe17PQ.K. is) "- X 2/" fibre play, fil...
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Main 378-12BS p ..In 0"h.r top ftarformanc, Chang ',I.
or pink
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II' NW. 10th 378-OTM"" Anti-Perspirant Protein 21 Shampoo Oat Shot Bombs

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MOVERS
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Mn. H. J. Water of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. Billy Pritchett
rtn', was last Friday overnight of :Springfield, Va. are visiting
*. guest of Mrs. Vergle Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook
..: Flynn. for several days.

Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Mrs. Clarence Beasley of
i .. Jr. returned Tuesday from a Gainesville and son Clarence
: three weeks tour In Europe Beasley, Jr. of New Orleans,
: 1. and t theScandanavlan countries. La. were Monday visitors of
: Mrs. Peek's mother Mrs W. Mrs. Pearl Colson L who has
H. Holland, who had been visit. returned from the Gainesville
: Ing relatves, In Dublin, Ga. Medical Center, and Mrs. W.
:w' ; during their absence also returned H. Hart, who Is home from Ala-
L ti"! homo. chua Generaillospital,
.. M' sr ,' 'H
}. Miss Kathryn Peek Is home Mrs. Pat Blackstono and r PI .
I I
f I ." from Georgia Southern College family of Garland, Texas are
for several days visiting her parents, Mr. and -H

Mrs. C., G. Hill, this week. __
AOC Barry Firth of the Commando y'wLd
,i : Naval School In Pensa- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dur- 1
cola, was home for the. week- kee and family of Framingham r
". end. His parents Mr.am Mrs. Mass are spending two
R. E. Firth gave a family din weeks at the Johns cottageon
ner for him on his birthday Kingsley Lake.
Sunda)'.
"
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lamb
Mr. .and Mrs. Fred Field celebrated their 14th anniver-
of Tampa and Bill McAeer of sary with a family party at
Fremont, Calif. are spending their home on Stansbury Street
this week with Mr. and Mrs. Saturday evening.
George Flynn Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli -
Attending the Girl Scout Camp have returned from a five
Chowenwaw last week were, weeks visit with friends and
Teresa Boyce. Sandra Darley relatives in Pennsylvania; their

and PaW Mullins. At camp this son-in-law and daughter, Mr. .
week are Diane Crews, Janet and Mrs. James Biggs and ; ,, '..... .i/!'.; ..,"'r:' 1> !IiJ'I ..

Boyce Andrea Eaves Joyce son In Murray. Ky.; and son ... '\ '''rf. .... -'_. .,". ,.
M 'i i-:
and Irene Wainwright Dale and daughter-in-law, Mr. and hi < ,. '., : .
Rouse and Marlene Dawson. Mrs. Raymond Stefanelll and ,.\ .' ,(.':.'F .... .J.A..' ..'
family In Wichita Falls, Texas II r.." '
J. .,((1' .r., ,,,.J..t'
,
Mrs Richard Jackson and i c+ ,w .t. ,_" _. "" ,' 1'i.

daughters, Linda and Carol,
of WMuoanv.! N.J.. spent the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alvarez Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Wood Mr. and Mr. Freddy Mogyorl
PAst ten days with Mrs. Margaret Lisa and Mrs. Verda Johns

Jackson. visited Alvarez Mr.In Ocala and Mrs.Sunday.Gregory Double Wedding Held June 10th In, Bayless/ Highway Church

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Meng
of St. Petersburg spent tho Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godwinof Two couples were Joined in and seven-branch candelabra lea, tied with white streamers placed on the tables, and at one
weekend with their parents, Mr. Chattanooga, Tenn.spent Sat- marriage in a double wedding with lighted tapers. The win- side were silver candelabra
and Mrs. Paul Meng at Hampton urday' to Wednesday with Mrs. ceremony performed on Sundews of the church held light Dwayne Vanzant served as holding yellow and white burn-
Lake and Mr. and Mrs. E. Eve Baldwin. day afternoon. June 25, at 2 ed white tapers, entwined with best man for Mr. Woods, and ing tapers.
L. Matthews to Brad- o'clock In the Bayless Highway ivy. ushers were Mike Conners and Mrs. 0 E. Crosby greeted the
Local admittances Baptist Church: with Kev. J. U. A program of nuptial music Vincent McKinney guests and Introduced them to
this week
Mrs. J. II. Moselev had as ford County Hospital Robinson officiating was provided by Ray Norman, Little Miss Becky Kelly of the receiving line composed of
guests Thursday to Sunday. Include: Mrs. Lois Thlgpen Marie Miss Linda Carol Kelly pianist, and Mrs. Vernon Red Gainesville niece of tho bride. the two brides and grooms Mr. a'M
and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Moseley Clyde lIersey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. B. dish, soloist. was flower girl. She was and Mrs. Kelly, paents, of the
L.
and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hopper Sells Starke; William Rey- Kelly of Gainesville, became the Miss Lucy Woods sister of dressed like the other atten- brides; a Mr. and Mrs. Lester
of Knoxvllle Term. nolds.Heights II. C. Mrs.Drlscoll Lydia Keystone Johns bride of Johnny Woods, and the groom, served as maid of dents and wore a yellow and Woods, parents of the bridal
; Miss Brenda Gall Kelly, white She
Mon younhonor for Linda, and Miss Iris corsage. carried a attendants
Louise
and Mrs.
KaUord
Mrs. Julia Underhill returned ; gest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woods, another sister, was white basket and yellow flower
last Friday after a six roe, Waldo. Kelly, exchanged vows with bridesmaid. Both wore floor petals. Mrs. Jane Kelly, Mrs. Mary
weeks visit with, her brother Freddie Magyar the doublelength gowns of white chiffon Little !Mack Shane Kelly of Kelly, Mrs. Nancy McKInney,
and sister-in-law. S/Sgt. and Mrs. II. L. Speer returned ring ceremony. with embroidered yellow dais Gainesville, nephew of the and Mrs. Sandra Cowart cut
Mrs. Edward Winkler in Ice- Friday after a three weeks visit -'' Mr. Woods is the son of Mr ies over yellow double knit bride, served as ring bearer. the two cakes. Miss Nancy
land. The three loured Copen- with her son-in-law and and Mrs. Lester Woods of with empire waists, scoop neck Given in marriage by her father Crews, Mrs. Faye Sumner,
hagen, Denmark, Norway the daughter! Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Starke and Mr. Migyarl lathe lines, and long, full sleeves. the bride wore a chantllly Mrs. Deloris Ellxson and
sourthern purt of Spain, and Roland, in Athens, Ga. son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wide yellow satin sashes extended lace gown over layers of Mrs Barbara Thomas presi-
Germany Magyar, also of Starke. from the waist to the starched net and bridal satin ded at the punch bowls. TKywere
Mr and Mrs. Bonnie Frank The church was decorated of with seed pearls embroideredin assisted by Mrs Helen
floor They headpieces
Williams of Currle. N.C. and for this occasion with stand wore the full voluminlous skirt. Sapp Mrs. II. P, Faulkner,
off the face at
net ,
Mack Bell and Frank Williams yellow ,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard WII- ing baskets of white and yelinched wide satin The fitted bodice of lace enhanced Mrs. Lucille Eddy, Mrs. Marcus -
Jr. of Currle, NX. spent hassee spent 1! ,long weekend low gladioli and mums and bows. Their to cascade yellow with a sabrlna necklineand Conner Mrs. Louise Nor" '
the past two weeks with the bouquets
Frank leather leaf fern, against a man, Mrs. Ruby Woods, Mrs.
Williams at Crystal Lake. with Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams. background of_magnolia leaves were. of yellow and white daismg&8g8 long puffed sleeves wich Gerald Norman, Mrs. Wallace
came to the wrists. She carrieda

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: :yr. :::::: :::=::: :::: ::::::: ::: ::: ::: : : :: ::; ;; ; ::::::: :: : ::: : ::::: : ::>::>"W.h. whit rinUtoR ';
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'os iL GREAT MM SUMMER I\\ length train corsage.of sheer chapel Illusion book.Billy Joiner kept the bride's

.....r and lace was'attach'e to a Rice bags were passed out
..
: lace
crescent headpiece of and
\ f SEMIANNUAL j 1! sequins. She wore a diamond by Karen Carolvn Ellxson and Sherry Rhonda Kelly.Sa.ni a
111
m cross necklace, a gift from Diane Woods Cookie McKen-
the groom. ale, and Karen l Kelly
i ;
Miss Phyllis Kay Thomas,
After a short wedding trip .
sister of the groom, servedas both couples will live in .
maid of honor for Brenda. Starke.
Miss Vicki Bryan of Gaines-
I ville was bridesmaid.Thev both
wore Identical floor length
dresses of white chiffon with s
h&'ZaeEtzrIy yellow embroidered daisies
sa e over yellow double knit. The ,
; dresses featured empire waist
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pass have
!# For BestSelection :I:::;:: lines SCOOD neckline, long full sold their mobile home on
d ::::::: sleeves and wide satin sashes Water Street and have mnvMinto I )
: : ,) :::::: with streamers that hung to N"
house
the Crawford on ,
j
:: :i::: the floor and wore headpieces
...
Church St.

I. The Things You Have Been Wanting' At i 1 i ij ijt veils 6T satin-yellow bows attached,net and, to off carried wide the yellow face cas- Mr.Franklin. and Mrs.Maes.arevlsiting Frank Cogdellof

cade bouquets of yellow and Kev. ) 1 ; ,
Mrs. Cogdill's parents
{t Regular Prices : white daisies, with white streamers and Mrs. John Flynn this week. ,

Im BUly Ray Thomas, brother Mrs. L D. Vining spent the
i ARE GREATLY REDUCED { of Freddie Magjarl, served as weekend with Mrs.Rita DickensIn
i best man. Ushers: were Mike Marianna. She was accom-
Conner and Vincent McKlnney. panied by Mr. and Mrs J. C.inlng .
I m Little Miss Becky Kelly of \ and family of Palatka
Sift Gainesville niece of Brenda who stayed at the Holiday Inn
k Entire Stock Of Dig SelectionSWIM m was flower girl. She wore a In MarUnna. ,t o :II
j dress Identical to those of the

:1: other attendants with a yel- Mrs Sharon Odom graduatedJuly
DRESSES
JUNIOR low and white
SUITS daisy corsage 1 from Santa Fe Junior
:.:.:.: and carried a white basket with l College and University: Medical
::::: Reduced From Stock ::1:;: yellow flower petals. Center with a degree as
...:.: EmD] m Mack Shane of Gainesville, Radiollgist-TechnologlsU She CiEflRflNCEWE
newphew of the bride, servedas have moved toNew
and her daughter
SAVE 1/3/ & MflfreSpring i: ring bearer. :'; Port Richie where she has
: ::"( Misses And Juniors :::::;; Given in marriage by her accepted a position with the
:::: Ism uncle, Mick woods, the bride
And Summer ji1i ji1iIj wore a traditional wedding hospital there.
& gown of layers of lace over net
"LONGS"SPORTSWEAR =# and satin with self-embroidered Mrs. W. C. Harvey of Atlanta -
5' MISSES DRESSES:# seed pearls, and sequins embroidered spent the weekend with her GOT urn
Ij % I in the full skirt. The parents Mr. and Mrs. J.V..
' mD1D Excellent Selection f 1i fitted bodice of lace was enhanced The Hitches and family
with a high round neckline had a picnic dinner Sunday at
and long lace sleeves which Gold Head Branch In celebra-
SAVE 1/3/ & More
>.:! JflL to calla points at the tion of Mrs. Daisy Ferryman's
( wrists! She carried a bridal birthday. Enjoying the affair
{ .
*.KtMisses .
k ....
.. bouquet of yellow and white were Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Moore
And Juniors :::
:m::
daisies centered with a white and Mr. and Mrs.Jimmy Davis,
i Entire Stock Of ; orchid corsage, and wore a and family of Blackshear, Ga.,
t PANT SUITS:...: heart-shaped diamond neck- Mr. and Mrs. Ron Alton and e
.;
I SHORTS ;:::::: lace, a gilt of the groom. Her family of Palatka, and Mr.
1. crown of seed pearls and seq- and Mrs. Tommy Johns and
|\ PANT DRESSES SAVE 1/3 tM uins secured her chapel length family of Macclenny.Mr. .
train of lace.

: 'TENNIS DRESSES ncc 1m{;' A reception was held In the and Mrs. Lojos Toth of

: .KNIT TOPS & More r Educational church, where building the dining of hall the Orlando Mr. and were Mrs.weekend Curtis guestsof San See d .

1 BLOUSES ;;m;; was decorated with arrangements ders.

I *. SLACKS Summer Straw \\\\m\\\mHANDB.GS <\ noUa boughs of spring, and flowers ferns. mag-

The bride I' table were covered THE BRADFORD
:\\1\ 1I 1\ with yellow linen cloths COUNTY TELEGRAPH S I /
\ \
1 SAVE 1/3/ AND MORE ..... covered with white IaC4L! and '
thre1
:: were centered with two Publlsbed every ThandUrat i I
''
SMI 1/3 1 tiered wedding cakes with US W. Call Mnct twe" OedJ
tier dividers, and topped with Mark. Florida mil et -
a miniature bride and groom
I
and cupids. Placed on the tables 15ft.... class p..&ac.a..

I 5 II! !!!!! LEATHER HANDBAGS ,_, and were three-branched the bride's candelabras bouquet- .I -.., Florid STARKE, FLORIDA

wlth white and ysllowburnInp .......... Rate
iiiiiii DRASTICALLY REDUCED li1 tapsri. !. trade area N." per 'ieentr (f i'lrffT Ttr *
: The punch tables covered
.: ''It1tJlace cloths over yellow J''''i $ .'JS six .....11I1I.OII18lde .

linen, were centered with crystal trade ares $S.SS
punch bowls. The bouquetsof per' year: a." six months

'{ Y+.:$r.5txrrr.roxv.rrr:4YYniinv.r; ; : {. }xw,4MrrfRnr,4v'Nsrr4 ; the bridal attendants were ,
{CwY'Cfiri'x : .
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Property Owners Protest Trailers, Zoning Delayed .



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WM Bradffoord IMC Objections were voiced by the right, to be Chairman Keystone Heights
Thursday by: the Zoning four property owner who live heard. Keller said the home WM 1 don and saw no reason why the Hamilton proposed a six a zoning change to permit Johns made application forreclasslflcatlon ;..,
Board for enlargement of in the area although all agreed Torode Mid. placed there with the mobile home should be movod. month permit Alter Johns of a 15 acreparcel .
a mobile boa park on the WhItehead hal done a god( fib A proposal that the Boning of KH approval fishing camp on Sampson Lake, of land he own on
Bethel Church Road after a of his board defer action on Whltohead' the city council forPolio Torodo said he had received who had Initiated the action, but told applicant Edwin Johns
operating present trailer
number of protest were lodged ,lu1c. request was made by: Officer Jim Rye as a' a number of call urging the made It clear the board was to advertise proposed coning Sampson Lake saying he plan
by; properly owner.In the area The objection covered member Jerome John when mean of protecting the airport zoning board to take no action not changing the residential '. to set up a fish camp with a
a properly) Kelfer said Rl-C (residential)
discussion ended In the mean- against the mobile home owner classification of the area the change from
Involved. number of P-3lnta. Including the he had Investigated the sttuaMystery and recommended the board to MB (marine business) and and housing '
The oomplatntf were registered allegation t he develomtent time John said me board can board voted unanimously to boat ramp possibly;
Issue a temporary permit to set a date for a public hearingon for fishermen.
at a public hearing on would place too home inspect the area. Board approve Hamilton's motion. faculties .
many
application by MaItland Whitehead In a relatively small arsi. Menber Art Kelfer, E. W. Merchants the owner. -Cave tentative approval for the Issue. .i
for a chance In toning One man said he had moved Hodges Jr., and Zedra Hamilton L
Awn RI-A (residential to to the Bethel Road area to getaway concurred.
RM (mobile how park)on a from cwyoMtion\ and that Mother action' the Zoning T
nve-acre parcel of land located he was trying to safeguard what .
along SR-290A. the Bethel he had moved out there for Issued a six month permitfor
Church road southest of "How would you like to have a mobile home to be Ss
Whitehead 32 famllle move In next doorto located on the Keystone Airport EVERY HOME SHOULD HAVEONEORTHEOTHER.
1* owner and you?" he uked Zoning property In back of the old
operator of a 1.38 acre trailer Board Chairman John Torodo hanger on a motion by Zedra
located Bethel Hamilton. Chairman Torode
park on Road
Whitehead said he hat triedto
which now has 13 mobile homes brraitrht ur for dUii'Jw'' the
do what 1* right and that
parked on It. His plan are to question banning the mobile :h
haw about 32 mobile homes .he 1 Is perk! / to have the.. best home from the location on h.t
on the new fire acre park, .he trailer the area.All Crystal Lake on the airport
told (the zoning board. persona concerned have property; owned by the City of .

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::1..jft(( t 11 ,ff. ; ; [i !" .1 --- LAW T E Y - VET NEWS GI Insurance DividendsCan

"" ._-_,' ,. '"-.., ,. .
nT Buv Paid Un Policv
It7 -t.M\ Terry The Veterans ReadjustmentAct
IN THE cmcUIT COURT OF seal of-said Court on this 30th of 1966 providing educational
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL day of June A.D. 1972. CHURCH SCHEDULE and payments for veterans How to use G.I. Insurance Veterans
Grace United Methodist and grandson, returned to their Mr. Mrs. Sidney Sikes who have Insurance
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD. GILBERT S. BROWN who have served In the Armed dividends to buy additional paid
Church home In Mason Ga. after a and children of Statesboro dividends on deposit with VA
FORD COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION CLERK OF TIlE CIRCUIT a.m. Worship- Sunday Services School,11 9:45 visit with their mother Mrs. Ga., were guests of Mr. and Forces since January 31, 1935: up life insurance Is explainedin will be first to receive the
,
CASE NO. COURT a. O.J. Phillips and other Mrs. Jim Rosier and Mr. and (or who will serve) is a special Veterans Administration Information. Mailers to this
rela-
and
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IN RE: The Marriage of COR- Beulah M. Moody m. p.m. Prayer Meeting help to Vietnam period pamphlets and forms now being
First tives. Mrs. 11. II. Brice,Sunday after group of 650,000 started going
ALYN J. Publication, ,109772 8 p.m. and Choir Prac- mailed to four million
MARTIN Wife AND July << tice, Thursday 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. David Wainwright noon. servicemen, said W. B. Mac- eligible out in May and will continue
DAVID H. MARTIN Husband. 7/6 4t 7/21 : p.m. kall director of the Florida Odell
W.
The WSCS of the Church met and new IOn, Krlsto- Mrs. G. W. Anders and son, veterans Vaughan, through June.
at the home of Mrs. Truby- pher David, of Albany. Ga., Michael returned homo last Division of Veterans Affairs. Director V.A. Regional Office, For the additional 3.3 million
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE Wainwright Tuesday with 10 spent the weekend with their Thursday from St. V Ineent'. Veterans; with more than 180 St. Petersburg, said this week. holders of policies eligible for
NOTICE OF SUIT IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Hospital. Michael days of active duty are elIgI- the extended coverage, VA
ladles present Mrs. Mamie parents, Mr and Mrs. Doyle was a patIent See
DAVID H
TO
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: MARTIN COURT OF BRADFORD-CO. Lou Edwards had charge of the Starling of Jacksonville, and there for several say s while ble for colleges, business mailing will start July 1 and
Street Address Unknown UNTY, FLORIDA. IN PRO devotional. Refreshments were Mr. and Mrs. Dovel undergoing tests. school, vocational or other education discharge was after May 31, continue for I 15 weeks Most of
YOU Bentonville, Arkansas BATE NO. 1-1987.. served by the hostess. parents, Mr and Starling. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Douglas even correspondencecourses. 1966. the policies are for $10,000
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED IN RE: Estate of ALICE H. The folks of the church have Thlgpen, of Greenville. of Miami were guests of their The veteran can receive Widows and wives of deceased before extended 'coverage .is
that an action for dissolution McINTOSH Deceased started a Chldren's Hour which Mrs. Annie Mae Crews is cousins :'11'. and Mrs. Oscar up to 36 months of or permanently disabled added.
of marriage has been NOTICE OF FILING FINAL Includes Bible spending sometime with her Carter, on Wednesday. schooling based on 11/2 months veterans (if the death or disa- Vaughn suld each eligible policy
Study singing
,
filed against you'and you are REPORT AND APPLICATIONFOR and ceramic painting, which is son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mr.' and Mrs. J. W. Thomasand for each month of active du ty. bility was service-connected) holder will receive a pam-
required to serve a copy of DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR to meet Tuesday night and Mrs. Jerry Glance in children, of Slarkej' and Veterans with no dependents, can also! receive payments to phlet on the new Insurance anda
your written dcCen e.. If any from 7 to every 8:30.A Palatka.Mr Mr. and Mrs. II. Wyman Harris taking full-time courses cur- attend college or vocational form on which he can indicate -
to'' It on ELZIE S. SANDERS Notice Is hereby given that Committee: from the church and Mrs. Kenneth Brewer and daughter, of Kalford. rently receive $175: a month; school.Proportionate. whether he wants the added -
Attorney for Petitioner, whose I have filed my final reportas and were guests of their parents $205 a month If married; $230a benefits arc coverage
composed of Mr. and Mrs.Her- and daughter and Mr.
address is 138 West Call Street. Executrix of the Estate of mie Kelly, Mrs. Ernest Wella Mrs. Mazel Pauley and IOn, Mr. and Mrs. I 11.11. Brice month with two dependants paid for part-time courses Those! who do not want the
Starke, Florida and file the ALICE H. McINTOSH, deceased Donna Green, Miss Arthurlne spent their two weeks vacation Sunday afternoon.Mr. plus an additional allowance How much other Income veterans extended coverage should return -
original with the Clerk of the ; that I have filed my Blanchard Mrs. If. H. HamIlton at Kingsley Lake. and Mrs. W. A. Mosley If more than two dependents. have does not matter the forms also, Vaughn
above-ityled'Court on or before application for distribution and and Mrs. George Roberts Friends of Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Wyke, There Is a time lime, however just how long he served !Nor.: stressed, because! the agency

July 20. 1972s; otherwise a for final discharge, and that drove to Jesup,, Ga. on Satur- Clyde Walnwrlght of Lakeland, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. GI schooling benefits will does it matter If ho served will use all of the replies to
judgmen, may be entered- 1 I !New; not be paid beyond eight years overseas or stateside. and Soc-
on August 1972, will apply day to select and make ar- are a happy to learn of the arrival Jerry Vogler of Smyrnaand verify file numbers
gainst you for the relief demanded to the Honorable THERON A... ranaements for carpet for the of their daughter, Kimberly Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mos- from date of discharge if the Even if the vet never finished I ial Security numbers on Its
In the Petition for YAWN, County Judge of Brad- church santuary. Lynn, on June 27, in ley of Samsula, on Saturday. --- e eMacclenay. high school he can obtain pay records.
Dissolution of Marriage.' ford County, Florida for approval Church of God Sunday Lakeland General Hospital.Maternal Mr. and Mrs. Hubert I'rlest ment to study for his hlgM school 'Hie amount of the "paid up
WITNESS my hand and the of said final returns School, 10 a.m. Worship ser- grandparents are Mr. and Lamar, visited their bro- Mr. and Mrs. Claude North diploma. This dues not affect addition" a veteran can buy depends -
seal of said Court on -this 16 and for an Order of Distribution vices, 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Family and Mrs. W. W. O'Hara, of ther and slstcr-ln-law-Mr.nnd and family, of Jacksonville, eligibility toward benefits. I 1111 on the amount of his
day of June. AD,1972. and for final discharge as Night. Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bartow. Paternal grandmother :Mrs\ P.11. Day. at Cedar l Keyon spent Sunday afternoon with can have both.Allowances. dividend and his age at the time

GILBERT BROWN CLERK Executrix of the Will of Highland Baptist Church Is Mrs. H. C. Wainwright Sunday Their niece, Lena their brother-in-law and sister for apprenticeship the dividend" is paid. For example -
OF TIlE CIRCUIT COURT ALICE H. McINTOSH, deceased Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship Lawtey. Day returned home with them Mr. and Mrs S. L. Swin- training in an ap- a 51-year old veteran
BYj BEULAII M. MOODY Services, II a.m. and 7:30: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosier for a visit. dell They enjoyed swimming at proved program also are available who receives a $70 dividend
DEPUTY CLERK : Dated this 28th day of June, p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wed- of Jacksonville spent Sunday Rev. and Mrs. !Don Denton Lake Butler. The veteran receives regular can buy $153 l In added paid up
6/29 41720NOTICE 1972. nesday 7:30 p.m followed by afternoon with their parents. and family were guests of Mr. Miss Elizabeth Terry and M/. apprentice wages from protection. This. is additional
-. BELLE PRIEST as Execu- Choir Practice. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rosier, and and Mrs. Jim :McL'lveen in and Mrs. Benton !hutch and family his employer and supplemental insurance. coverage, above the
trix of the Estate of ALICE the H.H. Brlces. Charleston, S.C. on Wednes were supper guests of Mrs. payments from the government face amount of (lie policy, that
OF SHERIFF'S SALE II. McINTOSH Deceased. BIRTHDAY SPECIAL Mrs. Sophia Starling (who Is day. Later in the diy; they Joyce Kutch in Brunswick Ga. during the training period. will continue through the life
Notice Is hereby given that L. 7/6 4t 7/27 Lets help Miss Enza Blan- Mrs. James Roster's sister) drove to KuUmvllle, S.C. and on Saturday. They, with Mrs. Disabled veterans also can of the policy without on Increase
P.D. Reddish as Sheriff of chard celebrate her 84th birth- were guests of Mr.1 and Mrs.J. Futch, attended the wedding of obtain vocational rehabilitation ;: in premium.
and Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Bradford County Morris D. O'Neal: training, either n full nr mrt-
Florida under 15 and family: Wednesday Miss Gay Tanner daughter of For further Information con-
and by virtue NOTICE day anniversary on July of Dunellon, spent the Sunday time basis helpful to men unable -
of Writ of until I'rlddy. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Llnburg Tanner) tact tine nearest VA Office
by giving her a birthday card or
Carroll Smith Johns Et AI!has with the Jim Rosters and the
Execution to-wlt to give their
jobs
Frank
: Dorman Jr. of Jack- up com-
,
shower. Please send cards to and Ronald Blusteln, both of your local veterans service organization -
Execution:: Issued out of Small made Application to the Bradford H. H. Brices. Other guests for sonville, spent Tuesday with Brunswick.Mr. pletely to obtain new Irall ng. representative.SUPER .
her at Box 16, Lawtey. They
Claims Court of Mradton Coun- County Zoning Board for the day were Herbert Starlingand For further
will be carried to her. his brother-in-law and sis- and Mrs. Bill Wolfe and information, Interested -
ty, norldapursuant' to a Final reclassification of the property grandson James of Ocala. ter, Mr. and :\Mrs I B. E. 1-'ed son, 0 f Wilmington, Del. are veterans may contact
Judgement for Southern Discount described below from lil-C toMB PERSONALS Van Wainwright, son of Mr. dish.Mrs. spending their vacation with their local County Veterans STICK Vinyl Plastic

Co. of Starke Florida, COM at SW Corner of Mrs. R. L. Bradley visited and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright of Ploy Hcmiett spent the their mother Mrs. Hester Service Office, any office of Letters, all sizes, colors. Per-

and against Kling Grills, defendant Sel/4 of NEI/4 Run South 889,7'for her aunt, Mrs. Lester Crews, Lakeland returned homo with 4th of July weekend with her Hicks and brother-in-law and the Veterans Administration or manent for use metal on wood leather,glass
,
his grandmother Mrs. II. C. son-in-law and daughter Mr. sister Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shu- write Mackall at Post Office plastic paper
In the POD of Baldwin Saturday.Mrs. .
S
amount of$400.00 69' J E:: 1056' to Wa- on ANYIHINrBradford;! County
Wainwright for an extended and Mrs. Glen Williamson, in ford and Box 1437, St. Petersburg.
family.
together with costs of collec- ters Edge of Sampson Lake, P. L. Dinkins returned visit. Telegraph.EveryDaylowPrice .
Wly on Waters Edge 1050' MLto home Tuesday after spending --
tion.Have seized and have In West Line of El/2 of Sec.. a week with her soninlawand

possession the following described my N 660' to POD, Approx. 1050'on daughter, Mr. and Mrs. BonulBuy'AN'
-
Horace Cox Santa Fe Lake.
Lake. on "?DIvlOUfS
personal property to- Mrs. Aline Scott of Gainesville ,
wit This classification
: change )
1957 Chevrolet PlckupTnhck. Is subject to a public hearing was a guest of her bro- COOKING EveryPaylowPrice

II)* 57 AI00259 to be held on Tuesday July 25, ther and sister-in-law, Mr.and

Title 8 76648 at 7:30 p.m. in the County Commission Mrs. Doyle Starling on Tues ;'; 78< CENTER CUT PantrySIRLOIN

Tag 45 room at the Bradford day.Mr. A
property and Mrs. Fate Redd GRIND
As tfio of the above County Court House at which PrideREGULAR
named defendant time all Interested -
and that on persons --- BonuiBuy
Monday the 10th .day of July shall be heard for or againstthe 1972.
CRISCO or
1972 at twelve o'clock Noon on proposal as specified In GILBERT S. BROWNBy SUPERMARKETSSTARKE'S
said day on tho premises of the Zoning Code of Bradford : Beulah M. Moody D.C. WESSONOIL STEAKS COFFEE
the Bradford County Jail I will County. Clerk
offer for sale and sell to the John Torode, Chairman Bradford of Circuit Court of ea,. 320 S. WALNUT ST.

highest bidder for cash In hand, Bradford County. Zoning 7/6 4t 7/27 County, Florida. NA 96

the above described propertyof Board. $ / .,. .. .
said defendant to satisfy 7/62 tp 713NOTICE e 9 LB ..YS..N...1.. 'qq'' ...,."","."....a

the aforesaid Execution.: NOTICEI ,

P.D. Reddish Sheriff will not be responsible for .NISI.. "' ," ,
Bradford County, Florida : APPLICATION. any. debts made bv anyone other I TEA BAGS USD. FOOD STAMP
"
6/15 4tchg 7/6 FOR TAX DEED than myself. Lester J. Leach. I -

pIN .. Sec; 194.16, F.P.I{ 6/292tp.7/6 .OIt611f.J.. : e.h..S8c '"' COUPONS
ua : '' "'
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN II ""Nil l '" 1;
BONELESS: "C'Et4r'E
:
". Vim: CIRCUIT COURT OK that W.C. Powell, the holderof CHUCK: 1 $ RED
\
' FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL the following certificates has NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR CUT SWEET
-; CIRCUIT, IN AND FOil BltADF011D filed said certificates for a tax TAX DEED BonulBuy ROUND: I 1 GEORGBA LUSCIOUS

COUNTY.CIVIL ACTION deed to be Issued thereon The Sec. 194.16. F.S. IANVIIMI? I IDIIYAOORATID I I
CASE NO.I392. certificate numbers and yearsof NOTICE 'IS HEREBY GIVEN, 1 :/ = R OAST 1reu
IN Jill: The Marriage of MARGARET Issuance the description of that Mr. W. C. Powell1 the hold- STEAK 1 I PEACHES

SCHMIELAU TUCKER, the property and the namesIn er of the following certificates 1 1S12
Wife, and DAVID M. TUCKER:
which It t
was assessed are has filed said certificates for a CAN
husband as follows: tax deed to be Issued thereon. I ,'.': :
Certificate No. 139 Year of The certificate numbers and (
NOTICE: DAVID OF M. TUCKER PROCEEDINGTo ::: Issuance 1970, Description of years of Issuance the description BonulBuy = rm'L/ ; ; '' ;Pesh nrf1'J19
: COM AT INT:'
Properly OF S. of the property and the
Residence Unknown LINE POINTVIEW:' RD WITH names In which It was assessed GIANT LB ; LB
YOU Ala:: thEREBY: NOTIFIED JLmv: IIWY 21, RUN SLY are as follows: TIDE

that MARGARET:: SCIIMI- ON ELY RW 436.63', E 1419.6' Certificate No. 83 Year of issuance IAUND" DIIIADINt ,
ELAU TUCKER has filed a Petition S 63 Deg 53' E TO LAKE, 1959, Description of 49. 73c
In the Circuit Court of NELY ON LAKE TO A PT 50' Property Tract 10 Carl Voll- sox
Florida, Eighth Judicial Cir- W OF SEC LINE N & PAR kopf SiD.Names. SPARERIBS
cuit, in and for Bradford County TO SEC LINE 202.45' TO S RW In which assessed
the Petition being entitled PLATTED RD WLY & MVLY James Z. Lee. IonusBuyI
: The Marriage of MA1-! ON S RW RD TO S RW OF All of said property being In MAXWELLHOUSE

CARET SCHMIELAU TUCKER POINTVIEW RD. WLY ON P the County of Bradford State I
Wife, and DAVID M. TUCKER V RD TO POB Sec: 25822. of Florida. INSfAN' CO/Ill Itae lhlh0 eE (MOIIN)
Husband. The nature of this Name In which assessed
Petition Is for the Unless such certflcate or certificates E
dissolutionof
1..43

marriage.You are required. to file your the Paradise All Countof of said Development property Bradford Inc.being Stateof In described shall to in law such be redeemed certificate the property according or- "' KING SIZE ;j OAKBURNE j Beauty Skim

answer or other pleadings to die Florida. certificates will be sold to the BonuiBuy 1 CHARCOAL
Petition I ; EVAPORATED
with the Clerk of said '
Court Unless such certificate or highest bidder at the courthouse FLOCANEGRANULATED mil niinnia PUNCH
and to
serve copy thereof certificates shall be redeemed door on the first :Monday in / > I '
upon Petitioner's attorneys, according to law the property :Month of August, 1972. whichIs BRIQUETS
SUGAR M I L'K
whose names and address i
appear
below, not later than Au-- described In such certificate the 7th day of August 1972 LAUNDRY DETERGEN I
or certificates will be sold to LS
Dated this 26th day of June, Ls 48c I
7 1972.
gust AO
the highest bidder at the courthouse

will Herein be entered fall not against or a you default for In door Month on of the August.first :Monday 1972. 1972.GILBERT; S. BROWNBy a{ u 840z 99I! 2O 88C TALL 1"IIIN'",' 10C

your failure to answer or which Is the 7th day ofugu.t, Beulah :M. Moody D.C. Fish Sticks ; usngr' CAN
plead. Clerk of Circuit Court of ONLY.. LB BAG 1

DATED this 29 day of June, 1972.Dates this 26th day of June, Bradford County, Florida. 1
A. D. 1972. 2 ,89t
1972.
7/6 4t 727NOTICE '
GILBERT BROWN DaytowPriccM
GILBERT S. BROWNBy BontisBuy Every

BY Beulah M. Moody : Beulah M. MoodyD.C.. .ryOayL..lc. >H MI JuNt so* r iuiw
Deputy Clerk Clerk of Circuit Court of OF APPLICATIONFOR
PAGAN,' CROUCH, ANDERSON Bradford County, Florida. TAX DEED California GREEN CALIFORNIA KOSHERDILLS

A FOLDS 7/6 4t 727JlOTlCE Sec. 194.16. F.S. ornnSuy NECTARINES LEMONS
Attorneys for Petitioner KltLOCC-S
NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN.
P.O. Drawer 1307 that CASSIE SEABRIGHT the I CORESL LL .
Gainesville Florida 32601
OAUQNGolden
holder of the following certificates -
7/6 4t 7/27 OF APPLICATIONFOR
[ has filed said certificates *
TAX DEED 36
for a tax deed to be Issued Crown ; BonuiBuy i ,::. ::.:'
COMPARE!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Sec. 19416FS. thereon. The certificate NEW BOHN .. PECAN

FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL NOTICE' IS HEREBY GIVEN numbers and years Issuance, V'Muy Prtot* Lemon Juice : PAMPERS i Kiwi Shoe Polish ".. ..-. 32
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR that. TOWN HOUSE ENTERPRISES the description of the property
BRADFORD COUNTY. CIVIL OF FLORIDA, INC. and the names In which It was Paper Towels Uu. 49C ; DIAPERS j Glory Foam Rug Cleaner .00. $1" ; CINNAMONrOLCER'S
assessed are as follows: ... ,
01. aou I 129
ACTION. CASE NO. the holder of the following certificates -,.
IN RE The Marriage of LILLIAN has filed said Certificate No. 47, Year of AreyD.yLowhk ., ct. I Pantry t Pride Tea Bags '-. 38 1
certificates -------- ----------
V. PRESSLEY, Wife AND for a tax deed to be Issued I Issuance]Property[ 1970 COM, Description SW COR OF of 4 .. a.u. $1BomnBuy' I cryD.vlowPrk I IveryDiylowPiic. ,i Pantry Pride Tea Bags <' 68c TWIRLS
CECIL L. PRESSLEY Husband thereon. The certificate here I V1ASIC KOSHIM
I El/2: OF Wl/2 OF SE1/4. OF
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE numbers and years Issuance, 5;SEl/4 E 210' for VIENNA I PICKLECHIPS | Evaporated Milk ",""':"':' lOt ; ISJ
NOTICE OF SUIT the description of the
TO: CECIL L. PRESSLEY and the names In which property It was I POB, N 420'roB E 105', S 420'. SAUSAGE : i Instant Dry Milk I." ;:":: ::" $P' 1 3/9
% Patricia Triplette assessed are as follows W IDS' TO SEC 9, T-8t CRYSTAL sot 5/l 401 1
: 49I I -NN-/ ore
Route 2. Box 37 Certificate No. H, Year of S t, R-22-E. CANS JAN Frozen Waffles 10/51/ C

Ferguson, North Carolina. Issuance: 1965 Description of Name In whlch..MCI Pioneer SUGAR _wwwwwwe

YOU ARE HEREBY NO- Property, LOTS 6 & 7 OF BLK Finance Company. ,
TIFIED that an action tot .dissolution 16 IN KNIGHTS S/D SEC 21- All of said property being lathe ssS8 c.maD 1 EvcryDdyLowPrkeLIBBY'S Every DaytowPriceANOUr EvcryDayLowPrkcSUAVE BonusBuy;

of marriage baa been T-6-S, R-22-E. County of Bradford, State<< of 1 IIorIUIIIuy ? MOZIM .
Florida.
filed against you and you are Names In which assessed CREAM
Unless such certificate 1 '" I
or DRINKS
required to serve a copy ofb"4t EAH ENTERPRISES INC. HAIR SPRAY DINNER
certificates: shall be redeemed 1 PIES
jour written defenses, If any All of said property being In according to law the property; CAR.. ATTION. INSTANT COFFEE ROLLS
on ELZIE S. SANEERS.Attorney the County of Bradford State described In such certificate 1....... Cqw. 1001 JAN |
.. whose of Florida. I wrN.w... COUXM.-.-..ML. > r m .
for Petitioner or. certificates' will be sold to Milk ._ MMOI a 0 '.<>. TM4IU / ,
Is 138 West CaD Unless such certificate or the highest bidder at the courthouse r.... c "YI1/1Inn1.-,11G WON ,
Street<< & OdIoillbwith, and certificates' shall redeemed' door on the first Monday c_ 14 411 aww.werE

file the the according to law the property In Month of August. 1972. which

Clerk of the abovestyled Court described In'such certificate ls the 7th day of August, 1972,
I _,.or before August 3. 1972; or certificates will be sold to Dates this 28th day of June. =hy BonusBuy BonuiBuyYNE l.o..yLPrlcc.. r..ryo..yLPrkc. BonuiBuy BonuiBuy BonuiBuy
I otherwise i ; a* judgment may. be the highest Udder: at the |1972. I PURINA .....**.......". VIVA r.-Nre.Ne PANTRY KRAFT DAYTIME

entered against you for the court bouse door on the first GILBERT S. BROWN CRISCOSHORTENING BAKCSHORTENING POTATOCHIPS M PAMPERS

relief demanded In the Petftio Monday In Month of August, .By: Beulah M. Moody, D.C. I DOG,CHOW TOWELS_..__.__ """ii MIHAC1I rONNAIl WHI'*> DIAPERS
for ttssolutioo of Mar- .1972. which Is the 7A day of Clerk of Circuit Court of
318 3IB

riage. Aagusl 1972. Bradford County, Florida t.:3: CAN 73, CAN 58c iwii69t Z: 38 a IA5. ::'57' ISCT..79
WITNESS my hand and tile Dates. this 28th day of June

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America. Is King & Queen 0 I y Neighbor:


God. Mode '(Free Pe.. 1)w ) *


'(F.. nP.o.1)) ** the jrouvwt of the.wMs*. "

many In M name, there) will Other contestant were Suzy Alvarez,, 6, daughter\ of
be order In the house. With Betty, Ann Alvarexi Donald Rlddtck: 6. son of Mr. and
order In the house, there will Mr*. Joseph Rlddtck, Hampton; Guy BjrsJL Jr., 6, son of
be order In the nation. With Mr. and Mr*. Guy Dyal of Starke, and Jamie Lloyd, 6,
order In the nation there will daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hank Lott Hampton
be peace: in the world. The first runner up queen received a gift from An-
Mrs. Haul Hitch., chairman drew' Drqgp- ro...... ribon and a. Barbie Book from 4ACIIWATI
of Honor America Day sponsored tile Junior women Club.
by the Starke Women' First runner up king received a gift from lUb beR's
Club, welcome the crowd to Drugs roseette ribbon and a book.
the ceremonies. "We triedto The Queen received a $10 savings bond from First
jt&y : plan activities a* would our Federal a gift certificate: from,Leila' and the coveted ?
y t ,' ti C rt Forefather," She laid noting crown. ,
fey took time)out to celebrate The King of the event get a trophy, $10 avlrs bond
{ + freedom. from First Federal a gift certificate from EagU's Do-
County; Commissioner Ralph Vane. Both the king and queen were given. a Barbie Book.
NFT + Bryon read a poem which he '"
wrote entitled "What 1* Pa
triotism."

Tlmmy Harper 5 eon of Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Harper of
Sharks and April Denise Hof Poulan w
rim 5 daughter of Mr. and saiv.LIMITED .91+
Whr Mrs. Clifford Hoffman, Starke.
a ; 4 4q were named King and Queen

of test.the Honor America Day, con A

The Bradford Volunteer Fire
Department won the battle of
the barrels pushing suspended -

team with barrel a...hoses past,over the other Klngley -

fireman.Lake and City; of Starke ,TIME.PonlanXXV 4 ]


The Bradford Roping Club
sponsored a horse show. e
A sack race and horse shoe
: contest was never held, JIM LAWSON
...... ..r,'>..r.. ..... ........ -'- although the crowd played horseshoes
all afternoon because nono WAS

Competing to se. which room could push tfta barrel Fir. Deportment proved their superiority Tuesday during there was not time. A LOT OF BIRD
The cities for the second: time how would you like a 35 poundfr
to the other Manor,
team's America
post using fir. hoses and Day frolicing.
wat.r straight year won the Softball >',-r? M.m.I !Hun's whal you
pressure, fireman from the Bradford County Volunt..r The Kingtley Lake Volunteer were second and the game between city and county, \\mild H.issi'y nit a\ lot of "bird"
City of Starka fireman" were last. officials. For the first time Well Ihe adult Dodo !hard whiih
(tie contest featured feminine Is hart' rxhnrt. name t I mcsiciiliril !
pitcher. Supervisor of Registration tlu. Ki/4- of :X> pounds or
Neva Flynn for the mere, and! wall !good l to cat. At
r SPECIAL Thru July 151 Pollution Changes county, and City Councilwoman IIMNI.' that l wh.it smlor rrpoitrd -
Barbara Jordon for the cities,. I hfforc! Iho Dodo bud became
(From Page a* winner, the cities receiveda .pxlhul in lht laW IMIO'H.(
1))
trophy a horse's behind. Iho 1 IXHlu bird I inhuhilcdIhliiiuls
Over 100 shells were fired in Iho Indian l Oii-im !und
In other action Monday, the board, said the group had decided in the half hour fireworks dis WAS avoid: nil 11 fool< by sou-
Commission; to charge 60 ,cents the play.' Hundred of persons firm mrn.1hr largo! bird c"1II1oI -Delayed taking action on a second year Instead of viewed the show. Cars over not| lly mid unit easily "aplllr<<',I.
prlv.te garbage collection operation 43: cents per rate capita as previously flowed the fairgrounds parking 11495 Man' runtinuiHi Ito deplete, 'Iho
.
in southeast Bradford facilities and line US-301 supply milil the bird finally din.apptNlrtd. 1
agreed on.
County, using county land fills u Reversing Its previous position Some bore out of Sharks Mfg. suggested price .
to dump waste. Trawlck suggested tag 11it:. Uxlo bird disii|>pcurt>d. but
gave Attorney Shaw and must have been tourists .
zi : the county charge thebusiness direction to draft who you run IK* OHsuriff that our buirineSH \
; a county occupational stopped to see the show.
per cubuc yard license tax. Such Is hire to Kliiy. We are solid
of garbage dumped. A discussion tax will mean $5,000 or $6,000 Ponlan 25DA in a rank, built on a foundation:
ensued but no action was to the county, and as much to the CORRECTION: $119'95AUTOMATIC or Homer: |to our ouwlomoiii.
taken pending outcome of the munlclpalties In the county, In the June 29 Issue of The OILING romp in today und sample ha/ j
AW PC control of the land fill which will receive half of the Telegraph a mistake In the service.llAaae.
'
operation.The olea Mfg. suggested price 139.95US
RH 422PftfAl9tf man U doing the county proceeds under the new state The top of paragraph was
law, Bryan pointed out. omitted. It should have read:
service by carting refuseto
a ,,--\Yt. told by Bryan that
the land fill. Commissioner the medical Elvira Jane Hartley was iIWELU SHOP
the emergency care charged with trespassing after
said
Bryan said. Shuford project has been approved for I HO*IP A
man U operatng a private buI- the seven county, area, Including warning and plead ordered guilty. The 301 So.> Across from 301 Driv.-In* "...8910
county, Judge a pre- '
Iness with the county, assisting Duval. and that a director sentence Investigation. U.S. 301 N03TH
him by providing a place for will be hired July 10. PHONE 964.7500
AND him to dump trash and covering Received! : notice from the .
It up free of charge; the Department of Transportationthat W'
KEE county doesn't help other bus- vpeed limit have" f' ;"

tosses_ to operate from, Clerk tie. noted.A Ctb. to 49, -mph; on two' ,roads reduced:in $ PHILCOIAC 4 '

130 101 bookkeeping Brown request to call machine forbids was on okayed a-. the Lawtey county) S-200A and a section southwestof of AVE $AVE SAVE /

HIGH WHEEL MOWERSReg. by the board. Brown said SR-221 near Hampton. AIR CONDITIONERS
the machine Is needed to cope Okayed a registration drive .
179.95) with the increasing work load being planned by Supervisor of
of the clerk's office. Registration Geneva; Flynn and 14 CU. FT.REFRIGERATOR.
-Cave tentative approval to agreed to "help' find places for 18,500 BTU't
Longchamp Construction Co. persons to register in outlying Mulll Doom Unit 3
FROM $159.95 for a platted subdivision ....... Registration. books 1 -- Auto Circulating Venn (thMI!! .
....
for the September O 3 SpMd/ultra quid AS frooI -
primary will
called Deerwood to be located -- ... _
on US-301 south of Starke. be open until August 12. _ AVI $ $ $ 101 IM.lam T.ttnc i
Mlwin.
All With Famous grading Approval of will road be to final county pending specifications _Was told by Assessor Gene $29995. : e.-N..,A'..a.>..ar..l" : ':
Long the 1972 board of adjust .
& Stratton a project delayedby ment will meet August 7 at 2 Wa I"w diara far
Briggs Engines recent rains.Affirmed .
: .
pjn. Three county, commissioner i.I, "
.. its opposition to
and two school board Regular. $239.95
Above Model!
paying 80 cents per capita for member will serve. Available With SAVE $$ LIBERAL Trade-fa.i.. 40.0O i .
CANOPY JJINS SHOP the first year operation of Approved the plat of subdivision 11,000 STU't TRADE-IN
the new mental health care owned by M. F. Wig Heat $33995 ALLOWANCE \

US 301 So.. Across from 301 Dr4v.-la* 9648970WWWWW. who program; Commission in that for Bryan then gins at he intersection of SR- PwYOW $199 I II'
serves area
100 and S -235 west of Starke. _--
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: rt
Agreed at Surveyor Mer- ::t:'= With Trade.
.
rill McMillan's. suggestion to ,
_
.
r : ...--- -- pay him a retainer of $25 per ...d..I.... 1M! r
year to make his position a* ---.

county; surveyor official. .... "
P r' ., ._Was told by Assessor Long ""c I,
4 f the 1972 Bradford County; tax 14 CU.' FT.FROSTLESS.

roll totals $54.3 million of 2p4d.In. REFRIG. .
taxable property, which will pro- (......, ,
duce an additional 918.000 in Au"CI_'...... _'Ie I h..r .
revenue. to the county, commission. .Ilse:o: ......,;..-..... M.wwo.-caIo oeItI-Mil At4 Aban
.ailrn,i..o.. .
I S 0 _a The growth, the value of AVI $20.00 ,a w'"L. .".our farCalar M*Irtra a'V'
. -.... -
taxable property, Is up $2,187- -
000 1* due.to normal growth 379" 1.5.1.. $299.11 Tina

Long said. The figures are a..ot.r 399..5 _,".....up ,. $40 oct
based on 1971 railroad and

telegraph assessments, Longaid $ 95 '
because the 259
r Department
of Revenue has not remittedto
MAGIC CHEF
@WestlnghOuSe)
7 (
him the 1972 figures which WITH TtADI
were due July 1. For that rea NCa
-' son Long noted the Revenue
GAS RANGE = Department returned' to nun
the 1972 tax roll asking that he J-i
us. 1972 railroad and telegraph 17' CU. FT.
figure ,which the state has '
not yet sent him. It make it SIDE BY SIDE .

impossible for the county to I All r.?,...._..,a..a ...... 14 CU. FT. .
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grldders can look Koob's Drugs, first cE11I '.' IJ
at an example of a football
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champs
player which helped take Bradford ; -
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'High to Its first state Norman's Farms, & __ r 4

championship back in 1965. second half champs,

o f fr Butch Redding was the start' split two of the best

p ing center and starting defensive two of three seriesto
middle guard on the Brad-
ford High grid team of 1963, determine the Wo-

04. and 66. Those team ran up men's League Slow-
a strong of 32: games without a
r defeat and two straight undefeated Pitch Champs last
t-V
__ __ seasons. Thursday, June 27.

"One of the finest competitors i iLL2
Jimmy Andrews signs, his scholarship to Fvrman we've ever had he re,"says determination com UNUIIS to snowed win the a champ'IonIhlp lot of

University for his track abilities. With him (I.,) Jimmy's Head Coach David Hurse of his with each team winning yr

father Lavon Andrews, Track Coach George Lop, and player new varsity from line any coach of Bradford the first a game and both playing real _

his mother Mrs. Andrews.BHS .,, High's previous championship good ball says Recreation
Director Gene Rayburn. t t
teams to return to BHS as a
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necessary to determine the I _
HurdlerSigns \i.f ?
Reddish coached at Lake '
champs late game 1 I. on tap __
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Wales last season,working with for Tuesday, July; 11, 7:30 p.m.
the vanity line. He holds a
master's degree in physical Normans S/ Koch's 4
Grant education from the Universityof Norman's took the opening
Florfda. His master's. thesis game In a real thriller as tDrugs
was on weight training the winners had to stage an
which will wori'right Into Brad-. uphill battle and won the game
ford's athletic program with in the final Inning.
With Furman its .heavy emphasis on weight
program Coach Hurse pointed Koch's took a 2-0 lead In
out. the first Inning and made it
1 3-0 after three innings. Norman
it Jlmmv Andrawn. staricn" r*. Andrews plans to enter nrecelved Redding played college, football scored It's first run in the top
Ti four year scholarshipto i i medicine in college. He Is the at the University of Tampa. of the sixth but Koch's scored'
Furman University; Green- only 1971-72 BHS graduate to Him father 1* chaplain at the oDe In the bottom of the sixth ..A.-. ,_
vale South Carolina In track. sign a college athletic grant- Florida State Prison. His mother and led 4-1 going into the final
I Andrews Is the son of Mr. in-aid. is a secretary in the Brad inning< of Play. Koch team members or. (I-,): Kneeling- Pet Powell, Judy Young, Joy Andrews, Pam Woods,
and Mrs. Lavon Andrews, Andrew. Is the second BUS ford High Office. Helen Ingle led the seventh Debbie Mitchell, Janice. Stencil, Linda Powell Gloria Carol Darley, Carolyn Redding, Jan Powell, and Lee
Starke. athlete to sign wfihTurmanln Redding replaces Coach for Norman's by reaching base Crews, and Coach Mike tfhite; Second row Manager Hardenbrook.r .
Jimmy holds all hurdle records recent years. Lynwood Waltersa Jerry Reese who has been by an error. Linda Haas
at BHS and his claas. pole vaulter who cleared 13 named head coach and adl1eUcdirector singled and was followed by..
He 1* nationally ranked In the feet at Bus, went to th* at Fernandina. Beach Susan Ingle's double which:
330 and Intermediate hur- Furman track program High. scored Su ap.s mother Helen
dles. and advanced has to third
Ills 'school records are 120 base.' r
high school high hurdles Gerry Edmondson then reach .
14.3 seconds (39"> 120 col- AdamsBishop ed base safely on'an error
lege high hurdles 14.6 seconds allowing Haas to score and.
(4' 2"); 50 yard high ,Gorman's trailed only 3-4.

w ..hurdles hurdle...20 7.3.flatj seconds:>:Miiter-);; <18low Cookta. Muodoru.,4o.v..Jho.....
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.. mediate hurdle*.39.7,seconds; Battle Sunday- tying; run across Ohs"plaawwith
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and the 440 Intermediate bur- a single and scored thewinningsjun

dies 58.8) seconds. Jimmy also ,on a<"sacrifice, .. I
ran a leg In the mile relay with fly by Vo..... Patrick. f
a beat time of 51.3 seconds For Norman's had nine base hit
I _pUt. Club TitleIn and was led by Kelly Richardsand
Mundorff S' 2-for-4. Koch's
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Bill Adams and Blsh Bishop the ninth flight after beating Gloria Crews and Carol Redding _
Civitans Jack each having two hits.. I
Dr.
will battle it out for Barry. -
Sunday the ;
: Albert Foster beat Ed Cole In the second game Koch's was L7 j
championship of the Starke Go
Unbeaten and Country Club member's for the top position in tile 10th playing under pressure aware
that a loss would relegate themto _
tournament me a
" Adams ruled out Richard Roberts flag tournament Saturday the runner up position. in
In Junior then beat Clyde Terwll- Harry Riggs took first the league.
tiger to him place. AI Cook took second They played, a real fine game,
put up against
place while George Roberts was especially: defensively since
,; Softball Bishop.Mat Marlon ElderanaHallle the mid placer of the event both team had the same
number of hits but Koch'stoughened
Wamey AtDdnson was the
Seymour to put him In
the championship finals.in fourth placer golfer in die event up when Norman'sput
i The Civitans remained undefeated the first flight John Watson followed by Harry Gruen In the runner. on the bases,
and retained their holdon Rayburn stated.
rr is the champion after beatIng fifth position.
first place In the Junior Bill Epps by one hole.I Marlon Harrington was the
Boys Softball League by smashIng Jack Hazen is the champion sixth place golfer of the 30 The big inning for the win-
14-3 l by Forsyth Plumbing.The of the second night after beating participant event. ners came in the bottom of the
score,was tied 3-3 at Delano Thomas In the first After the\> golfer finished (he first when Koch's plated four
the end of four Innings, but the hole of sudden death playoff. tourney they and their families runs, enough for the win.
Civitans broke loose with asixhltslx The third and championship enjoyed a covered dish supperat
run barrage In the flights the the country club. Norman's had pulled to withinone ,
are only two that
fifth and picked up five more have not narrowed down to the Monday, July 10, the Junior run of the lead, trailing
runs in' the sixth to wen going champions. In the third flight Golfers will have a meeting at only 4-3 but Koch's shut them
away. The Civitans had ll4 hI .. Comer Perryman will play the club house to elect new off completely and went on to Norman's Farm team members are (l-r): Kneeling. man, bat boy second
; rowManager Wayne Mundorff
10 In. the last two innings; Jim Chasteen for the top spot. officers. win 83. Pat Mundorff, bat boy Gerry Edmondson Brenda Thomas, Cookie Mundorff Linda Hoes, Helen Ingle, Linda,

Mark Dykes led his team with Drew Reddish beat Tom Russell Each team had 11 base hits Pat Mundorff, bat boy; Berry Edmondson, Brenda Cubbodge, Kelly Richards, Vorease Patrick and Sandra
,
three hits while Kevin Kelley, in the fourth flight to take but while Koch's bunched theirs Thomas, Suzanne Ingle, Sharon Howllrand Jeffry NorNorman..
Donnie Thomas Gary Bakken, the champion title. Rain together and got them when they
and Dennis Frick collected twohits Ermle Johns ruled over Harry Hampers were needed moat. Norman'swere
each. Allen Thornton led Gruen to take the top spot spaced out
the losers with two hits. '
in the fifth flight of the tour-
Pigtail GirlsThe
Carolyn Redding and Debbie Cunningham Forfeit Runners
STANDINGS Clvitan 2-0. ney.Harry Rlggs won the match Mitchell led the winner going
Forsyth Plbg( 1-1, Brandkglmn Lynwood Kitchens to Recreation Department's 3-for-3. Brenda Thomas was t..,
1-1. Mr.,,Otto's Jaycees 02. take against championship title In the Pigtail' Girls Softball Vrogram the only Norman player to get Set For
Ties Men's
sixth flight. is still underway although it two hits. SoftballWith
has been
severely. hampered by
Evens beat Don
SCHEDULE Tuesday July I, Harry was by rain during the past couple of These two teams will decide
7 pan. BI VS FornvthH311 Andrews to win the seventh weeks. the championship Tue.day.Juy] the final games of the 16 hits each. Mark MIlner Bill Mc- StateAAU
p.m. Civitans: vs Mr. Otto's flight. season to be played Wednesday Raymond Thomas helped out RA",. Chart Francis. and
Jaycees, Wednesday, July 12, Bill Glover beat James Williams The girls are still having II, 7:30 p.m. night in Men's Slow Pitch with three hits.and Lloyd Crawford BUI Shield had two each.
S:30: p.m. Mr. Otto-Jaycee* vs for the top spot in the scheduled practices and hopeto Softball the Hippies and Cunningham had two. Mike Crawfordand Meet
Branding Iron. eighth flight. divide up teams as soon. The first and second place Gulf stand with one loss Paul Birt also had two STANDINGS: Hippies 8-1;
Tom Henry was the top man, possible so they may begin finishers in this play off will each after Cunningham forfeited each. Cunningham 6-1; Baptist 5-4. Six
from Bradford
playing regular games. have the right to participate to First Baptist last Thurs Bob Miler and Paul Carter WJ/CB 2-5. Lawtey, 3l l boys will
In the Sub District day ntehl led the losers with three hits Branding Iron, 1-7. nor ent Starke In the State

Women's' Softball to Cunningham has one game. AAU meet July Judo; 8. In Olympics Winter park.track
play, Monday night before
meeting the Hippie Wednesday Reese Gets Fernandina Job Levy Lemon will be setting
July 5, in what should be the pace for Starke running in

Tourney Action the league showdown. .If the P--. ..... ._,....._. _.... v...__..... ._ .. the 100 yard dash, 220 yard
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Nlfiples win that ; they id years, including two yearsa
game Une mentor at Bradford High dash and the 440 ;yard run In
would be declared leases head coach at Savannah t
the senior division.
Begins Tonight Champions,, but 'If Cunningham the past two years, has been Tennessee.
wins,. a play-off will be named bead coach and athletic "If* been a pleasure having Jimmy Ricks will be going
director at Fernan
necessary dIM Beach High. Coach Reeee on our staff. ...'. to state In the high Jump event
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MOO a willing worker
Tournament clay In the Third pjn. Norman's Farm of Starts* I HIPPIES 16 Reese, who went to work in Bradford's Hurse."He,has says been In the senior division.

Annual Women's Invitational will swing Into action fa, try WJ/CB 6 Fernandlna several weeks ago a valuable asset to our cUres Paul Parsons will e the pace
Softball Tournament will start final Friday game, taking on the The Hippies, led by Larry credits his work In the Brad- tIIf."u. setter in the intermediate division -
tonight (Thursday July\ 6) at winner of the Si. Augustine- Mercer and Randall McGee ford High athletic program has good knowledge of running In the 880.
7 o.m. at West Side Part. Johnson A Hayes: game at each with three nits, treated the game. Pm sure he'll do a throwing the discus and en-'
Opening) game will match 10:45.: paste"/ to the tune(16-6. Da-anvthlne good Job In Fe.dl a. I wish taring the 440 yard relay team.
Koch Drugs of Starke against Hippies outhlt the loser him all he hick in the world,
Gainesville' Tire two-time Flay will leeunie Saturday at *, 18-11. Danny McKlaney, except when playing the Tor- Other memberseo.the 440
"Coach Hurse
winner of this annual event. 8 ajn. on two fields Teams Gene Melvln. and Bill Adams gam" me a -Me." relay team are Mark tiodge,
The second: gam.-Thai lay will in the losers bracket wW- iI.- had two hits each. Wayne Harper good recommendation, Reese Larry Paterson, and Mike
pit St. Augustine against Johnson play, at the Pratt Street field with three hits, and Merren told The Telegraph wit' Coach Roland Henderson MeRa*.
& HaNs of Gainesville at I liiitumental in my getting the
Saturday morning. head Junior vanity coach at
Usenbee
8j5 The third and final WJ/CB. with two led Job. The principal also was Impressed BITS, has moved to Clay High The first add second player
tit.* gain) Thursday will send Mac- Only four games have been with the Bradford pro In Green Cow Spring, as avarsity win proceed to Miami July f
f dewy against Colonial Florist scheduled at Pratt Street with LAWTEY gram." assistant.George 26, for the South Easter USfHaa
at Starke at 9:30. me r .be played at WestSide WINS Reese has been working In jfcffUfrp
f. : arkto EdMendsen aV
Gerry receive an.word.
for coaching the. Lawtey outlasted First Bap-
Four tap Friday Fernandlna although his family .
night games with are Blalock's on of Games will be scheduled Mnl....til> Bantam.. LM..U-" Baseball! tom from Joyce tist 21-18 In a marathon game la living here at Crystal assistant. JV Loper, head track a ttuoclad/ paces first

Starke and Gainesville,Yellow throughout the day Saturday and .l\h.i4.\ e r..nt..'.. ef the R.crsetfen 8oard. Gerry .last. Friday night, picking up Lake until their home can be will leave coaching football but* coach. there he can go to Sellars.

Cd starting.*lng* offatTivm. Saturday; .night; .win U games Ma a son en seal of the oth., Bantam teems besid.s the It church* second their win fourth and loss.handing the Prior the community; as phy.iaaledu-sty fa Washington, being s ...,

That gam will be folUMd bars n,spaced three hours apart. The see she c..ch. She I. alN a.b ef the H.r_"'. Donnie Wise led the Lawtey to his two;year coaching cational Instructor at Bradford Quaker Oats aid General He'Ii -
match between Daniel of Lake ;>lQmt .Saturday came .Is Fern softball attack with ClIo Tornado varsity line Middle School. tore
women teem. four of his team'siiii'
City and Jacksonville at tit ,j u for iiau: pjn. Reese worked as a coach for
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June 28, 1972
Gentlemen:

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'I, ': i woohkMlthFhe oulk'f, rol1nasl: 9
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Military Academy at damp;

Reward Fund Should c Grow 1 dle Standing.weekend.During I found.the myselfin mid-

urgent need of sewing repairs -,
for several of my
Investigation is continuing with renewed Information for Investigators to go on, uniforms. -

purpose after the discoverylast except the statement of a truck driver
Thanks to Mrs. Effie
week of the remains of 16-year- who said he saw two men leaving the who was recommended Crosby to-

old Valerie Turner, who had been beauty; shop with a teenage girl fitting Willord Cask ins, right, and G. T. Hu9gins-two supporters me by the personnel of the New
missing since last November 30 when Valerie description. The driver said of Bradford County farming. Method Cleaners: this problemwas

her mother and another woman were the men and the girl were walking soon rectified. I would like
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shot to death In a beauty; shop In the single file, with the girl In the middle All sorts of bumper stickersare get food. That is how Impor- to thank them all for their help. I
edge of Bradford County, on Highway and that one of the men held his hand seen these days. One' of tant the farmers are to us. I It still is nice to find that there
have similar are people who are willing
the most attractive and mean- seen figures pre-
21 between Keystone Heights and Mel- inside his coat.Investigators. ingful la the one that says pared by USDA so this Is to help a stranger In distress.

rose. I'm PROCD TO BE A FARMER not Just a figure made up by
and If we were not proud Ted. Think about it .... in Yours truly,
Investigators believe that Valeriewas ask that residents of the Bradford County Farm six Or seven days no food In John M. Trotti

abducted by the men (believed report any t movement anywhere near Bureau there would not be 600 the stores, In about 14 daysno

to be two) who killed the two women the area where the skeleton was found members now.Fermfl1l food In most homes. Day Care Center ya "

and apparently later killed Valerie around the period of November 30. is absolutely one of Ted has been a member of
before dumping her body In a heavily Anything out of the ordinary, or which the greatest 'occupations followed the Florida House of representatives Meeting Called

wooded area east of Starke. cannot be explained on or about this by man. It Is most Unfortunate since 1966. He' .Is For ThursdayAll
date might assist lawmen In their Investigation that farming Is not recognized one who will stand up and
Interest Is also added to the Investigation as It deserves. Most speak oat for agriculture. So,
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by the fact that almost $GOO and ultimately lead to a occupations are followed as a next time you enjoy good fresh Persons interested ina Mil Florl'da Agriculture, Bonnie Gibson, brightened
solution of this baffling crime. of earning a living. A man Day Care Center for Bradford the
way corn, tomatoes, pears, and etc. Honor America Day parade Tuesday. Miss Gibson
Is being offered citizens of
now by County are asked to me.e.t
he Is challengedby remember
because to
farm appreciate the Is a resident of Reddick In Marion
Keystone Heights and surrounding area the variety of responsibilities ; fact that farmers are doing a Thursday July 6, at 8 p.m. in the Florida Farm Bureau. County and represents
as reward money for Information lead- methods of doing a job great Job for us. And remem- the Nelborhood Service Center
Ing to the arrest and conviction of the In the meantime those who would and results to be expected. ber also that when you remarkor (RJE Auditorium).
person or persons responsible for these like to assist by increasing the size complain about the price of
that good pice of beef, the cat- The Day Care Center pro-
crimes. of the reward fund may deliver cash, Certainly that he hones he to earn tie producer_got only 32 to 36 posal will be reviewed, and a 1
living so can providefor
or mall checks to the Keystone State his family the things that, cents per pound for the best., treasurer will be elected to fill rcoonti Agent News
The reward fund was established and Bank, payable to the Valerie Turner are necessary and that we en- the vacancy left by the transfer -

Is 'being administered by a committee Reward Fund. Joy today. ,Too few people real- BOARD MEETINGOur of Rev. DT.Farabee to "*1,..: toy, Bobby Taylor
composed of Keystone Heights residents ize that this past few weeks of Bradford County Farm baratota. Areport will also ro -
who are Interested In' seeing rain has gone far beyond the amount Bureau Board of directors will be given on the effort to raise This Is one of'the most Important can be used as a basic for*
needed produce a crop. meet July 10th at 8 In matching funds for establ- times of the for planning a 'nematode control
the criminals brought to justice. Ad- In the event iat the desired infor- p.m. The year
,, of the center.
ishment program such as the use ofnematocldes.
Farmers this wide area have our agriculture building. I announced those In a crop production,pro
ditional contributions will be wel- mation is not received by April 20 total one-year budget is$41,000 crop rotation or
experienced damange and loss this because I want you gram .yif, *"***''
comed to Increase the size of the reward will pay 75<;0 if ZS'i Is raised resistant varieties.'
1973 all contributions will be refunded In any crop growing. If there to know that this group 01 men 1(. vou grow' corn tobacco
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and the larger the fund the to the donors by the citizens com- was not total lossJlaJba-Aeid: meet each month to discuss the locally. pasture Samples taken nova\)are much
or even
greater the possibility; that someone, mittee. there was reduction in yield agricultural Interest of our Orders are being taken for etables, now pecans Is the time to lookat veg. more reliable becaust areas of:
someday may come up with a bit of and quality. Even pastures are county. Their only compensation lunches at the NSC each Fridayfor the reasons for success or possible Infestation can be seen
Information that might lead to the: solution fund damaged by the amount of rain Is In the pleasure of doing home delivery, or they will failure of your crop. You because nematode populationare !
It is that the reward much In the
hoped had In June.A higher pre-
we for
of a baffling mystery which will a service that is good our be served at the center. The should note the things that you
will soon reach a total of $1,000 .or people. public is asked to support this did or did not do and begin you have corn, tobacco, vege-
remain a blot on the record of Bradford more. Your contribution large or high percentage of our peo- effort by phoning' In orders to make plans, for your 1973 tables and even pastures :you
County 'siti It is solved. ple assumethat food Is Just The board of directors is should collect soil samples'
each Friday. Contributions
small will help in reaching this goal, are crop nor _
a* sure to be in the stores ts Wat- from around the
David Smith Freddie roots of
also being asked for the mat- plants
and perhaps help in solving one of thearea's Is everything else. They do not tenon Foster Shl Smith, Don For example soil sampling in areas of unexplained
Up to now there has been little ching funds. is a must in any crop prod- poor
very
most baffling crimes. know, nor are they concerned
Harley' J. R. Kelly, Billy Noe- uction program. The soil analysis growth. Take the sample when
about what a farmer must do to gel. J. R. Walnwrlght. Jimmy in soil Is moist
: All persons Interested a will be a baste for place sample in
your
produce the quanity: of food we Gasklns.! Curtis Marlowe, Day Care Center are asked to lime and fertilizer program. a plastto bag, and bring sample
find available any time we 10 to Wade Oasklns, Titus Olsen. como to the meeting and bring If you sampled your soil limed to, your County; Agent's Office
the grocery store or to the pro- George Grant and Bryant Red a neighbor. 'if needed, and used the pro- at the Fair Grounds In Starke.
Bradford County n duce market. dish. If you do not believe we per analysis fertilizer at the other: insects and disease problems -
The have some discussions,you Just recommended rate should also be considered -
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED REPRESENTATIVE ALVAREZ visit with us any second Monday should have responded your well.crop If now to determine the effectiveness
I realize that I Just recently: night Red Cross Funds you did not sample; your soil. of your control pro
1879 palled the age of 39 when I Are Needed Here .you need to do this within the gram. If you had problemsthis
worked with Ted Alvarez asa next few months. year you have time to
dheB e"sr.ss 4-H Club boy when I was In My Neighbors Varieties of crops are another correct them before next year
tics
Duval County.; family, then big consideration. There crop.
Th. rich and the poor meet and still own and .operate w Funds being solicited for number of different varieties ares Weed control in all of our
: F LO R I E S 5 together: (the ,Lord I. the dairy. Ted .is one of four or the Bradford County Red Cross of each crop with each having crops continues to be a pro
Maker of them all.-(Pro v.erbeZZ five legislators in the state. Chapter with Joe Pentecost individual characteristics, advantages blem. Research has progressedto
ASS T O N 2.) who was, raised on a farm. serving as volunteer chairman. and disadvantages Se- the point that there are a
number of available herbicidesfor
lecting the right Variety for
of will A road block will be held this young operation is many different weeds that
Sometimes some us It was Interesting to road Saturday at the Intersection of Near, maturity or at harvest cause poor crop production or
look upon other people in the In the June Farm Bureau Magazine ul Highways 301 and 16, and .Is the best time to determine hamper harvesting., IdentifyIng --
6 street. If they ,were not In the popular anecdote. volunteer workers are askedto If you selected the weeds and making Plane
proper
E.L. MATTHEWS, Editor.F'eblush.r .' there At all- they, those that "The farmers suddenly' meet at noon Saturday at the lety.. var-, for control next year should
Published each'Thursday and entered Second other, who were created by decided to go on strike and no Neighborhood Service Center. Th.n are many other things I be done now.
Clot Matter at the Post Office at Stock., Florida Our, Heavenly Father in ills food would be delivered to (RJE auditorium) to consider at ,the close of a I'll be happy to discuss your
...r:41.-f"IfH..Act-.f: < March'3rd. 1879.. own Image, loved by Him market; In about seven daysyou growing season Mow Is'the seed control program or any
'.SuGs r iitfen U, traM ewKrr I ',.. .',$5.00.; Outside) (even the least and the lowli- could go to. the supermarket Rail Cross donations may also time to determine If nematodes phase) of,crop production wltn
and theshelves would be be mailed to Miss Lillian were a you at any time. Just callor
..... aroai 1 year, $5.50. They arc worthy In Hla problem this year or
.U.) People would begin hitting MSh being' released
today
empty.; Stump treasurer ,Box 366, could possibly be a problem in come by your County; Agent
sight if not In ours I and stealing fit order to eo why not?" Starke. 197 A nematode so1',uwlysfs Office.,In,Starke. '

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;Keystone Hilites i*-i-- .n as B oat Races A re Big Hit




i I A t Keystone Celebration


GOLF WINNERS
DUPLICATE BRIDGE and up Skyline; Drive to Washington -
Winners
of the mixed 4
ball tournament : two- Winners of duplicate bridge and Maryland where they More than 6,000 people
Keystone Golf held at the at the Melrose vUled friends they had known flocked to the Keystone Height
Woman
Club. June smClub
24
were Bob and Gertie were First.* In the Philippines.Mr. area for the biggest<< 4th of July
of Start with McRaeL, Mrs. Mike Falkel sal Mrs. and Mrs TUden Sand- celebration! ever held there
were three ties a for 75. There F. T. Hogue; Second. Mrs. W. Ibage of Wharton N.J. have with 3,000 checked Into Gold ., .
with 75. They this banto all J. Civile and Mn. Phil Kro- been visiting Mr. Sandtbegea'sister Head Branch: State Park, and
were Betty
!. Bill Cole Vein ;Ketch.- mer; Third, Mrs. Emory Cooper Mrs. Madeleine Smithof an estimated 3,500 enjoying the
I Joe and Mrs. W. F. WJlIOIIJFourth. Keystone Lake. While here boat races and Boat-A-Rama
The
andass wit Mrs. GaysLtvingson, they celebrathed their 30th at the Kevstone Beach. If" 4t!:
I won a 'b. -OU. .
First Low Net 6", Bob and and Mrs. Ray Stames. anniversary. I r..W't iL '.
Vivian Everleth, Falatkas; Second Mrs. Hazel Rodgers has returned ,. The races, held for the first

low net, & Bill Cole AUTO TAG.SALES from a visit with her time this year proved, to be a
and Betty Daniel. Keystone; son and his family Mr. and 'i. crowd pleaser and will doubtless
Third low net 86. Gene and The 1972-73 auto tags will be Mrs. Keith Rodgers, of become: a permananet feature -
Willie Klrtor Green Pompano Beach of "Our Country Day."
CoW; on sale July 10 through 14 at
Fourth low net 68, Virgil and the Keystone City Hall from 9 Miss Karen Wicker. Jacksonville Miss Guendet Members of the Jacksonville

Jane Hall, Gainesville. Tying a. m, to 3 p.m. Please bring was the weekend guest Outboard Club swept most of
of her grandparents Mr. and the ten events with Charlie
,
for fourth low net, was Nick ;your 1971-72 registration. Engaged To
I and COMMUNITY CHURCH Mrs Don Pangborn. Her par- Lyons, Lawrey Reltman Joh-
BettyDelonglesJackeonrule. YOUTH GROUP ents. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mr. Guernsey ny Branam, Leaond Hurst", and
Virgil and Jane
match of cards won by The new leaders for the Wicker drove down to pick her Mike Bradley among the top

Senior High Youth group, whenIt UP on Sunday. Cuen- winners David Burkhalter was
E. C.
LADIES GOLF ASSN. resumes in the fall will be Roger and Carol Pangbornof Mr. and Mrs. an- the only local racer to place)
Jacksonville were in Keystone det of Keystone Heights taking third In the fifth
Winner of the Best Ball ofa Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Henderson of their place
Mrs. Henderson la the recently visiting their nouce the engagement event.An .
Foursome played Thursday to
parents the Pangborns and daughter. Patricia Maye.
former Elaine Lovorn and has
June 29, Bernice
were Guernsey, son
Keith
Cantrells.Mrs. Howard
I, Worley Evelyn liaise Grace lived most of her life in Keystone Cleveland unexpected bit of excitement ., "
Sara McDonald is now of the Rev. and Mrs. ., M ,rlaw ny
I Mr. Henderson is from
Hacker and Thelma Wallace. at home on Keystone Lake following F. Guernsey of Fort Wal- was offered when Ken Pre-
Low putta was won by Lucille Pennsylvania and came to the a heart attack ton Beach.The Guernsey were mo of Keystone Heights chair-
and hospltllazatlon
Stamei. High putts by Thelma Unv. of Fla. on a track scholarship. in Jacksonville.Miss -. former residents of Keystone man of the races, took his boat
Wallace. The "chlp-ln-pot/ They are both graduates out to warm up for the competition
was won by,, Bernice Worley. of UF, she I.. Education Susan Bird bride-elect Heights.Miss Cuendet attended the hit a wane on a snitrp

Play for the ladles Is heldevery and he In Physical. Edu- of Gary with Hiatt, July miscellaneous 1, was honored University of Florida major- turn, was thrown into the lake, -, -...
Thursday throughout the summer cation. Mr, Henderson will be a in Marketing and receiveda and tile side of his boat
at 8:30 a.m. There la teaching at the Orange Park shower on June 19 at the Wo Ing Bachelor's degree from the ripped out by the Impact with
man's Club In Keystone. Hostesses Racing beats line at Keystone Bach.'na .
Middle School and Mrs. Hen th wake. Premo up
play for 18 and 9 holers. All College of Business Administration was unhurt.
ladles are urged to come out derson will teach the first grade for the occasion were in June.

i and play.) at Keystone. They are planning Mrs Voyles Mrs. Owen Baker The groom /graduated from Wilmer Atwell. of Jackson-
and Mrs Ralph Griffin.
many service projects for the St. Johns River Junior Col- ville Outboard Club, emceed the
Voncll Ketch In fourth
NORTH CENTRAL young people) ) In the tall came lege with an Associate of Arts racing events.In .
in a best ball tournament which
JUNIOR PROGRAMThe degree. He has served In the the Boat-A-Rama which
was played at the new Earl
I first golf game was COUPLES CLASSA UnJtedStates! Air torce.and laemployed attracted fewer entries than
played at the Palatka Golf and covered dish supper and Estates in Apopka she stated at Sperry-Rand Corporation usual grand prize went to the

I Country Club June 28.Tie for business meeting of the Couples that It. Is a beautiful course. In Gainesville.The Keystone Sportsmen's Club for
I first In the eight and nine year Class was enjoyed at the Mrs. Ray Becker Is enjoy-' wedding will take placeat Its entry using the theme of
I old group was Joey Harry Bryan homo of Mr. and Mrs. Frank ing a visit from her sister Hope Baptist Church, Ther- "water conservation."

Thomas and Barry Thomas Ugen June 11. The date for their Mrs. Dorothy Edmonstone of essa on Saturday Aug. 26. Other awards were: Most 1 'k F, wC'J +*-,
all of Starke. Their score annual sidewalk sale & setfor Red Bank N.J. Also here for Hlstorl. the Paul Stelnmotz ;'; A

was 20 for three holes. August 5. This will take placein a short visit Is her other sis family, with a pontoon boat
Billy Tuten Palatka. winner the old quarters of Davis ter and her husband, M/. and Valerie Turner disguised as a covered wagon/

of the ten and eleven boys Dry Cleaning Lawrence Blvd. Mrs. George Karg, of Jacksonville Services Held with the slogan. Keystone or
group had a score of 40 Anyone wishing to donate articles Bust."

strokes for 9 holes. Kathy for this sale can contact Mrs. Ollie England of San Funeral services for Valerie Smallest -- Donnie and Patty;

Redfearn won with a 69 for 9 Mrs. IIpn.CllUnCH Antonio, Texas is here for Sue Turner 16, of Keystone Trlest; Most Patriotic, Lagasse
holes In this age group girls an extended visit with her and Zeigler Most Original
Heights were held at 10 a.m. ; There
th.y got
WOMEN: daughter Mrs. Richard Lovorn.
division. Monday In Jones Memorial Cha- Keystone Boy Scouts; Most
Keith Kirker, Green Cove The Community Church Wo- Heights with Rev. Beautiful Keystone Shrine, served at the Rotary Club fish gram.A Rotary Club
pel, Keystone at (lie beach
Springs, won with 43 strokes mon will hold their first workshop Shannon and Kirk Taylor of Lawrence Carroll officiating.Miss \ Club. fry with receipts going to help second supper for the samupurpwill I'rlday, July 21, from on I
5 to 7
12 and 13 of the year for their Nov- Atlanta, Ga. are spending the
for 9 hole In the Turner was born in Around 1,393 suppers wore finance the annual swim proHiattBird : bo served by the p.m
year old boys division. Clad''e ember 3rd Bazaar on Wednesday summer with their grandparents. Starke July 20. 1955. She
Turner. Starke won with 54 July 12,' from 10 a.m to Mr. and Mrs Mel Tay- member on of the Baptist
was a
strokes for 9 holes In the 2 p.m. lor.Mr. Church and was student at Immunization For First Graders
girls division. Mrs. Roy Turknett chair: and Mrs. Harry Rudolf ,
David Livingston Palatka .man and Mrs Thomas Gregory and their five children the Keystone Heights School at Ail parents o: imrdlan( of either completed or started tile
the time of her death last Nov-
In the 14 and 15 year old boys ro-chalrman request all mem- of Denver N.C. are visiting ember 30.Surviving. pupils H'artlou: "icli.vjl In Clay: series of Immunizationagainst:

group won with a 72 gross for berts to attend this first workshop Mrs. Rudolfs .sister Mrs. is her father William County for the first time this diphtheria whooping cough
18 holes. Cindy Turtaett took and bring their Ideas tor Ernest McLean of Little Lake ] H. Turner one brother fall are urged by Jesse P,

first In the girls division with articles. Materials needed Include Geneva. Jerome, and one; sister Ken- Tines: Su;>ortiitetidoifScho3l4) | : ; tetanus, polio, seven-day mea-
i a 57 for 9 holes. yard goods, trim yarn Congratulations are in order dall Turner, all of Keystone to see that their children have sles. and> German measles.
I Bobby Hayes Keystone 16 Junk jewelry. old stockings etc. for Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Heights her grandparents Mr.
J and 17 year old division was You are timed to come and Beam on the arrival of a son and Mrs.; D. F. Turner Putnam a
I low for the day !with' 71 for 18 bring a sandwich and spend James Derrick, on July 13. Hall and grandmother, Mrs." r
*' the cIat.'ComMt; "' 'br"teaUlI bo: Mother and baby are doing fine.nouMrg.1y.Emttao'Matthew5 ;
rIJf- tfnoles, with. (HULand 31 for 18 j : ,
.
': ; ''serv riabwlt..clrcleonl \ of 4ay.( Maijol/, twUfl +
Mt
'
; whlcJywUlT.be,..in',charge tor I Erie. Pa. will be visiting Mrs. VLf.- Law
nesday July', 9Xm. In Mac- ttie"tSy.! **""''.M'"''' '-1" Elizabeth Crosberg ort" Lake- MurrayAnnounces KEYSTONE MELROSE

clenny., This first workshop of the View Drive for several weeks. For
year Is a most important one. Mrs. Fern Garter has returned -
MELROSE JUDO CLUB as Mrs Turknett wishes to letup from a 10-day visit with Tax AssessorLawrence BUSINESS DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S

The Fla. AAU Junior Olympics the work for the Bazaar liar brother-in-law and sister
.Junehi24 and to get the workshop. off to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Williams, L. (Mickey) Murray -
the Keystone Gym, a good start. in Elmhurst, 111., a suburb of assistant tax assessor of
with 55 Judoco's participating Chicago. While she was there Clay County announces this
from all over the northern part ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL they celebrated the Williams' week that he will be a can- StIITLIKS( IIARmVAKE-KARDKN' : (;,
of the state.Winners from this Starting July 10 there will be anniversary and a family re- didate in the September IIrlmart
area were: First place, 10 year an eight to ten week study aeries union. for the assessor's post being
old group Eddie Macdonald on a book by Ruel Howe, We would like to welcomj vacated by Mrs.Louise G.Smith SLIM'StJ* V;_) HARD WARS

Third place 11 year old group "Man's Need, God's Action," Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton who is retiring. '
Tommy Schultz; Third place at 7:30 pjn. at the Parrlsh formerly of Huntington, A lifelong resident of Clay'Coun .l Fish -W'Stuff 6ARDIN UNTIE

15 year old group Scott Bass; Hall. Anyone Interested in this W. Va.. to Keystone. They have Murrey has worked In Live Bolt
I Third place) 13 year old group study is welcome.: recently purchased the Richard the assessor's office for the A complete. line of Hdw.
Ronnie Graham. In the fall there will be an- Cunningham homo on Lake View past 14 years. He has been assistant CricketsShlnnersWormtMinnows ......

i The Judo club meets each Inquirers class and anyone Interested Drive and are friends of the RoyR. assessor for ten years, I\fonre.
Monday and Wednesday In the in Joining is cordially and hold a certificate as a Certified TACKLE-RODS-REELS Plumbing & Electrical Supp.
I Parrish Hall In Melrose at 6 invited. They will be looking Reynolds. We would also like Florida Evaluator. Gro-Tone Fertilizers
pjn. New members, including at the Christian faith and man'splace to welcome Mr. and Mrs. Howard The 40-year-old Murray was FISHING & HUNTING Insecticides
girls are welcome. For further In 1C Further Information Kerry now residing in born at Doctors Inlet, educatedIn LICENSES AMMUNITION -
I information contact George on this will follow at a later date. their new home on Paradise the Clay County Schools, and I ICE Hwy 21 .N.. 200 yds From

I Bass, 475-1180 Melrose. Point. holds a BSA degree from the Y 1 Keystone; Hots. 4734357FURNITUREGIFTS Llqht
: There will be another tournament PERSONALSMr. Nlta Belote has been In Fo- University of Florida. He is I. Wy Keytione Haft. 4733663TELEYISIONAIR
and Mrs.Quentin Cantrell a member of the Tax Assessing
I in Orange.Park on July. ley Ala. for several weeks

i 22. I will keep you posted on have returned from had a a two leisurely week visiting her parents. Mr.. and Association of Florida and the : : ) COND.TV / .
: the winners from. this area. vacation. They Mrs. Martin Crosby.Mr.Crosby International Asaociationof Lake Geneva -
I drive through the Blue Ridge underwent major surgery sewing Officers and is a Service CenterQuasar'

II I and Nita will return to help veteran of U.S. Army. His
civic affiliations Include'Hr- Miss Susan Nakama Bird, and baby breath. Furniture "
her mother when he Is released John
I Water daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gregory Henderson
vice on the Clay Soil and
from the hospital.It Conservation District Board of C. Bird of Keystone Heights, served as matron of honor Gift & Candle Shop
1st great to see Bill Belote Supervisors, and the Clay and Gary Wayne Hiatt of New wearing a pastel pink drs of TV STERO

County Democratic Executive York City; son of Mrs. Leora soft crepe with bodice of print CAR, AND PORTABLE:
I (Cont. To Next Page) Committee Hiatt of Dunedin exchanged voile, and full sleeves, EXQUISITE GIFTS TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAL
II I wedding vows on Saturday, July Bridesmaids were Miss Linda
I''. - -- 1, at 7:30 p.m. In the Community MauldeA of Orange Park,_ Miss Furniture For Every ANDRESIDENTIAL

Church of Keystone Cindy Moran and Miss Pamela
C k 11C1iIi1iAi1Each Heights. Clancy both of Panama City. Taste And Puree AIR CONDITIONING

I, The Rev. Stuart McCord hey wore dresses similar to S.. Our CandU'DitplayHwy.
t tI tI tI tI SALES & SERVICE
of the church officiated. attendant's in lightgreen. /
pastor the honor 100 E. Lok. Geneva
A program of nuptial music was EYSTONE HEIGHTS):
I Year Before We Take Our Vacation In August.We presented by Mrs William A. Attendants wore circlets 1 Mi. East of Keyttone Hgts. 47J-46S1)

Sale Everything On Our Floor At Reduced Prices.. Nail, organist and Mrs. Robert of spring flowers In their hair .REAL ESTATERichard
I Hendry, lololst.Arrangements. and carried bouquets of pastelflowers. :MOBIL HOME
of White ,Iad- .
I T. Lovorn Want to sell Mobile
I -, loll and mums were used at A reception was held at the your
Home?? If have buyer
a
the altar, against a backgroundof Keystone Heights Woman's Club you
t d oa'3R+ Whirlpool greenery, and fern. An where the bride's table was Reg. Real Estate Broker Mobile Home Brokers will
ALL, nnanclng'ande.
white arrange
arch candelabra. wig Bird
Mrs Margaret
attended by
tapers stood behind the altar; Andrewsea of American Fort, Insurance details for a brokerage
LAKE PROPERTIES fee of 1000ftlle selling
circular candelabraon
flanked
by Utah sister of the bride.
eltherslde. Lighted candles The wedding cake was cut RESIDENTIAL price. For more Information
"' : call
wen also used on'the pews by Mrs. Earl Voylea, assisted BUSINESS ACREAGE MOBILE HOME BROKERS
along the
..".-_ Given In marriage by her Ed. Tlmmlns and Mrs. Owen APPRAISALS RT. I BOX 350 J

Mr. Businessman: V of father Ivory the organza bride wore featuring a gown' a Baker.served punch.Mrs Richard Lovorn Keystone Hot. 473.3254 MELROSE FLORIDA 32666

bodice and long slim sleeves The bride attended St. Johns PHONE 475-1751
Edna
We don't worry needlessly, of Chantilly lace. Pleated rut .College in Palatka. and finished Kn.pp.r; Atsac.
I fling formed a high collar and at Florida State University in 473.4111

why should you? also cuffs tbMea18ndedOftrthebaad8 : Tallahassee !in the Class of

I The slim skirt and full 1971. She was a member of Martha Durbin, A**.c_

I We have a sturdy bank vault for OUR chapel train were bordered with Alpha Phi sorority and taught 473-3362 LEONARD'SOUTBOARD
I wide scallops< of Chantilly lace. at the sixth grade center in
daily "business receipts". and a bank. Her waist length veil of ill- Panama City after graduation.Mr. .

safe ,Night Depository here for YOUR usion fell from a tiara of lace) BEAUTY SHOP

daily business receipts! At any hour of and pearls, and she carrieda Hiatt graduated from FSU SHOP
bouquet of ivory rosebuds Nell'
in 1970 and was a memberof
and after
before
any day or night, regular
I Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity
Beauty Style Shof
banking hours, 1SAIJ40 :a sp..4 :a cci. w..hw He Is now employed by Benton ,
1C 13000 a ..
: Cel D"
USE OUR NIGHT DEPOSITORY I $' S.E. UcKAY and In New Bowles York Advertising City, where Agency the "for aev.li.ryeu"
ONLY 2'9.00
Woitlnc T....*. REALTOR couple will reside in Forest ( Johnson Motors

i COMB IN i GET ACQUAINTIID Keystone Hts. 473-"" HUH. SALES & SERVICE

I WHEELERDISCOUNT Phone 475.2211

KEYSTOflE STATE 1ANX HOMES: ACRTAGn AU tae..d.monrfationr, d.- 1.. / GLAS 'RON AND
APPLIANCESRt. RENTALS signed lo "call attention" lo Between Keystene'. i CHECKMATE: BOATS

Maabet FJXLC. K.7vUsu Hefcht., .:lit. ,various' proobm may 6, self.defeaUnp. !/. Heights -f
21
Between Keystone And "M.lro.ePhene 8om people report" Keystone Height. Fla.

-rev'l'rt.c Butt !* TewCMUBMdtjr. Vritlo_ 475-2401 ...... ...-\1.._ : their attrition hat been. called end Metres.
.- We Service What We Sale Li." 4n:2nJ 3 .o many times U doeint even
answer the phone any mart.


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For ThoughtA Water Safety 1

Is Topic At NOW

< message from the prin Generally the children who Rotary Club
cipal's office of the Keystone do not have an appropriate type Is The Time

Heights School.) of dress code are the one* who Lt. Shelly Downs of the To Summer Feed
To all parental are In trouble most of the Alachua County Sheriffs Department
I am quite concerned about time. People tend to act according -
spoke on water safety Shrubs
a
the way children are dressing to the way they dress; at the luncheon meeting Lawns
for school. Ctrl who wear If they dress ragged they seem ; the Keystone Rotary Club
of
boy's clothing should expect to think their ragged behavior
to be treated like boys. I'm Is acceptable. last Friday.
The speaker pointed out that
for equality between the sexes, 0
In the past few year. there
but I think girls should look Children who arc having trouble d'a} hays been 85 deaths due to 1 t
with themselves and their
like girls. Boys generally shove '
immediate
drowning In the 'I 1
and poke each other In the spirit goals are children whose families He said that probably ,.
of masculine' fun, but now them.have set no standard for a area.few of these deaths could

we see mem treating the girls been prevented by people mbar'
(who dress In boys' cords. T- "Good taste" Is In the eye Clay County Sheriff Jennings Murrhee (left) have knowing about objects they
of the beholder and the wearer -
shirts and hip buggers) In the so let's have decency In Issues .n engraver and stickers ta O. T. Gemblll could use to help those in dis-

same manner. our school this year. to launch "Operation Identification" In Clay tress. Anything that floats can
If I had my way I would County. be used to keep the oar*, Miller Stanley
Impose an official dress code afloat, he said. Clean CrotonePELLETS
for the students, but recent This Includes water coolers
court decisions and our school the OId-tVJ1zUt Clay Sheriff Announces Ice buckets tree limbs surf Jell Miller, Buddy Stanley
district policy, frown on such board, spare Urea from automobiles
regulations. Operation IdentificationImplementation paddles, oars and the On TIVO-M onth Motorcycle Trip For Easy Use And
I would hope that the parents list Is endless _.
would provide guidance: Downs said that some people The whir- of an engine usually Trouble :Shooting. Contest- In Lasting Plant Food
for their children to select of ''Opera- Identification. Further Information are not afraid of water even excites the fancy of any' Orlando on May ,19. placing
appropriate dress and groom- tion Identification." : highly may be obtained by though they cannot swim. Most young boy but for Jack F. fourth on their written exams 51b.- . .95
ing characteristics which this effective community involve- calling\ the Sheriffs Department of these will use an Inner tube, UefO Miller Jr. (left), and out of 38 teams in the state.
school, In light of court decisions ment program designed to drastically at 284-9709, 264-6513 or air mattress or any floating Bryan B. (Buddy Joe) Stanley, Both boys have been employedas 'lO Ib. - 1.59
cannot specify. reduce burglaries and 4734710. device and feel secure In going It has more meaning now.. mechanics through the school
Mv personal opinion Is that "A compliment may be larcenies, has been announced out deeper than they should. Last week, these two young! year and are currently working ;
girls should look like girls blunt, but criticism calls for by Clay; County; Sheriff Jennings Many do not think about the men started on an adventureof for local garages. 251b..2.5850Ib.
therefore, should wpar skirtsor court Murrhee. consequences should this apparatus a lifetime: a motorcycletrip Jeff received the American .
feminine pants suits etc. y. Operation Identification Keystone develp a leak. to Sturgis, South Dakota, Legion Award at the Keystone '3.65
... works by affording the public IX Downs would like to see with the objective (other than Heights School commencementthe -
and police a positive methodof a safely; program Instituted In sheer pleasure of the trip) to same award that was received -
Identifying personal property. this area and may oe con- see some cycle races due to by his brother T. C..

GETTING BUGGEDBY Through such Identification Hilites tacted at the Alachua Sheriffs take place there In the:first in the Class of '70 at the same ,.,..:.:..:::::: : j.t
valuables become less
,
Department.son two weeks of July. school. ,
desirable to the thief as It As Jeff and Buddy planned, Jeff and Buddy shared many (
becomes almost Impossible for Il'na' Preoeedinc' ....1- --- some stops In their trip Included things during their schooTyears .1 I
him to sell or "fence" the stolen a&h! leelng Iii Tallahassee together Both played Junior

HOUSEHOLD PESTS? Items. Any police officer getting some exercise out at-. David, Jacksonville; Miss then on to Anniston, Ala. Varsity football together In the .': I I'o
the true Pam Hesler Gulf Mrs. "' ''''Goooo.
can Instantly Identify Breeze. '' ;
the golf course. Keep It up where they hope to Join a Keystone 9th grade and went on to varsity '
owner of a stolen article. Helen Privett, Jacksonville Heights! fellow cyclist. : j
and
Jeff as a sophomore) ,
Under this new program, Bill.Mr.. and Mrs. David Blgsby Mrs. Audrey Powell Texas, Vie Bannister. From men on Buddy; from sophomore through
the homeowner will engravehis of Keystone, and Mr. and and mother of the groom Mrs. it will be free wheeling on to senior;years.
Florida driver's license Mrs. David Brown, Jacksonville Leora ttmU. the midwest, with stops at any Jeffjwas( vice president of
number on any Item of value have returned from aweek's point of Interest that strikes
tool I Miss Roxame Valldejull left his sophomore class, and a I .
engraving
using a portable
cruise In Haiti, Dominican their fancy.: They plan to swing '
y which may be borrowed from Republic, Virgin islands Sunday for a two months tour of south through Texas and return member of the Beta Club dur GROTONEPelleted
the slMrlffs office on a 48 and Puerto Rico on the Europe at which time she will !home by the southern coastal ing his Junior and senior;years,.
hour basis. S.S. Boheme. attend the Olympics In Germany route. Preparations were as well as being a member of foodFor
Sheriff Murrhee said that the Roxanne Is a student at made for this to extend Interact as a senior He was
trip
Mrs. Hal Adams Is In Riverside Camellias Azaleas
FAST RELIEF new Florida's drivers license Hospital,Jacksonville,following the University of Florida, approximately one' to two co-president of Explorers 105
GET with number will never change and surgery. I'm sure she. I worked part time In the Medl- months. during his Junior and senior Gardenias. And All

can be checked In a matter of woild| be happy to hear from cal Center library and will' Jeff and Buddy started school years, alao.Neither is planning Other Acid Lotiiij Plants
seconds. If an Individual Is the many friends in Keystone graduate next year with a..dogree together In the first grade in boy on.
Service stolen by the police\ with a I would like to wish Barbara. In elementary education. Melrose and graduated together .- college at the present will h itime.their. 5 lb. -. -------.95
FPC's Monthly ProgramYou Item In his possession, a speedy recovery. In Keystone Heights with and most likely get
he can no longer argue that Miss Doris Otttnger has been Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Edwards the Class of '72 on June 8.Both service obligations taken care 10) Ib.------- 1.59
It Is his. A simple check of visiting her brother and sister- Jr. and Mr. and Mrs.' Paul boys wore honor cords on their of first.
can get rid of those pesty bugs in a hurry by calling When last contact was made
his driver's license against Stelnmotz enjoyed a four-day and '
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank caps gowns.
Florida Pest Control. Our monthly service protects your the number engraved on the Ottinger for the past week. vacation last week.:: They spent On May 31, they both graduated with them in Tallahassee, they 25 Ib. ," U 2.58
family, food furnishings clothing and your peace of Item In question will prove Miss Ottinger Is from WUami.: one night In Atlanta and then In auto mechanics from had already been though torna-
do warnings, and much rain. .. 4.29
his Murrhee said. drove to Tenn. 5 u I ib. -
mind. A monthly preventative treatment costs just pen story false Miss Kathy O'Brian, daugh- up Catllnburg, Bradford-Union Vocational- More rain was predicted for -
nies a day and prevents pest problems without inconveniencing Operation Identification ter of Mr. and Mrs. EdO'Brian and Lookout Mountain. After Technical School in Starke. the next leg of their Journey.
Natalie 6-6-6
stickers will be Issued for that refreshing trip They had participated as teammates -
under the Is home for the summer vaca-
For professional spraying Happy swimming, boysieeeeea
you. should be to tackle all .
ready In the annual
mounting on the doors of a Plymouth '
tion. Kathy Is going Into her
direction of graduate entomologists safely and quickly those little swimmers.Mrs. WITH\\ MINOR&25rJ : ()
homeowner's house to warn senior year at the University; ,--------- -,
performed call the experts at Florida Pest' Control the thief that every Item of of Maryland and Is majoring Hugh Shelton and ., nlW\ H'(
and do it loon before you get carried away. value In the home Is perman- In education. daughter Leslie, are down j I NEWS, NOTES IBy |
ently marked for positive Identification Out-of-town guests for*'the from Columbia-- Tenn. for a 50 lb. -1.98
."' In case of loss of BIrd-Hlatt wedding on July V few week's vacation. Mr. Shelton Helen V. Egan:;
]
Free theft. Inventory cards will hopes to Join them at a
Inspections :FLORIDA were Dr. Paul Bird, Lakeland;; You
also be Issued, one for the Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Pollock, later date. ORGANIZATIONAL
j and Estimates JEST homeowner and one to be kepton Dunedin, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hackman ACTIVITIES: FELLOWSHIP CLUB .Cho J Ju.
.. file at the sheriffs office. Wilson Tallahassee Mr. and and daughter Jody of Cleveland ? '?" l. It fit hopea thill manymemtt\ ill
AbtivI '" ft)) tior Citizens ,
"V CALL ; ",'; best Ohio have. beeq.,visWeg, "' Jllbera_ t 1t;, 1 : S SNot
: v9645745,' -,. cONTROL l"MoI'> "way-|to stopa', Mrs. Cralg'iMlller.'LTanKhas-' ""1 nT orQsldd.efefTciq hlfl bI'J'IIo!> .! tef, 1.;:
i.. thief is to either catch .him?, see: Mr. and Mrs. Pete Mrs. Hackman's' parents(laMr;. siiroed's 't>f JuU 11. 'when' the "" traveling.vacadoor4nltbrrterthe \* A _
or make his crime unprofitable Strickland, Pensacola; Com- and Mrs.- Cloyce W. I .,, Senior Citizens Club of Starke upcoming luncheon on July Fussy
," Murrhee said In urging The Ilackmans left Jody with. 13, a covered dish luncheon at
A CHEMICAL CO mander Paul L. Bird, Philadelphia ,will meet at 1 p.m. In the Recreation -
citizens to Join in Operation Mrs. Helen,. Bird and her grandpaents.) for a weeks Building on Pratt, St. the Lions Club at 12:30 p.m. Any Tank i
and took cruise to Nassau.
a Several members who had President Lester Sheets has
They then returned and spenta been ill\ for the past few months several new members to in- SprayerFour.
week with the I tardy's. troduce.
able to attend the annual
Mrs. Tom Bryant Is in 1118'Naval were Lew and Evelyn Watson write
and special 10th Anniversary Choice
Air Station Hospital In Luncheon at the Holiday Inn from their summer place on {
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES Jacksonville for testa. We on June 27.' Greetings were extended Peak Island,' Maine that they NOW
wish her a speedy recovery and to Mrs. Lilly Johnson have I had unusually cold weather -
hope she will return home soon. with furnaces required
able with the of
who was use
MUM. Julie Smith has recently every day. Mr. Watson was 10% OFF
a walker, to attend the gather-
become resident of Keystone.She elected president of the new-
Also Mrs.
ing. attending was
FOR ALL POLITICAL OFFICES Is formerly of New Jersey Yola Vestal, who lias been con- ly organized senior club at
Welcome! fined to her home and hospitalIzed Interlachen, which Is recessIng -
Congratulations to KennethJ. several times since: for the summer. l A

Iluenlnk on receiving your Christmas Mrs. Marlon +
STA TE-COtJNT1l-MIJNI IP AL Doctors Degree In'Educationfrom Batchelor was with her hue' COMMUNITY CHURCH OOLDENIIt'IALRlrl'
The calendar
Florida Stale University band and brother! and sister- monthly announces .
In Tallahassee. in-law, the Houston Uriscolls, several weddings; On

According To Florida Election Laws, Expenditures for of months.the first The time Drlscoll's in a couple California July wedding I, ; !the July Susan 15, Adams-Hall Blrd-IIlatt ':. .....................,r
wedding and July 28 the
,
(Must Be Limited To Amounts On In Candidate's Account.IN visit lengthened into several Weeks-Lee wedding. July 25 I _-.
Deposit Wages go up but 10 do weeks, and they were .....-
prl,'.,. The only thing In the missed at club meetings Mrs. to August 22, every Tuesday L' '. .
country that can b* dependedupon liatchelor had a long convales-' the Summer Vacation Bible'
to run en time li the ence following major surgery School.: Official Boards of the CONTROL "".IES NOW
ORDER TO COMPLY WITH THIS LAW
treadmill. last sorlnr. church meet .on July 8 at 7 1 IN 111RNS.PENS. .:: ,

*r Following tho dinner' tho pirnand: :: the Council at 830.: STAHLKS.im: <; \1-(; :
POLITICAL
WE MUST REQUIRE THAT ALL ADVERTISINGAND members retired to the club Church Women's activities will
Eph: Polite went out to the house for their semi-monthly meet July 12. I'VNS. PATIOS.) ITCI : (:\

PRINTING BE PAID FOR IN ADVANCE poor farm the other day ta' meeting and social gathering. I 11b. -1.47
visit a civic bootttr who had However, Houston Drisclll,who iitsoN.1LSMrs.:, -
made such an effort to get to Martha Ream returned
bought ceases licked
to
everything/ !the dinner, required hospitalIzation from her long hospitalization 5 Ib. -4.77
and was admitted to a week ago, and was anticipating "
.: Bradford Hospital that after- a visit with her sister and l 1"> I'ut-ll.iiul.

'3'i L... .. (CIIM'TKR>> : 99, ARTICLE: 6. FLOKIIU .KLKCTION: : LVHS\\ ) noon. other! relatives In Ocean Grove, Propelled PriceLess
Reports from President Ker-. : Rag .Vttjehedat.95
(a) No candidate:campaign treasurer, or dcpul campaign treasure shall authorize rlgan slated dial his wife Dorothy N.J.Wo regret that Mrs. Ida

',' the incurring of. any expense on behalf of' the candidate or in 'furtherance or aid of' getting Is still weak! ,seriously from tho 11and\strainof Lake Gentry Geneva, former, has postmaster had to bo of

his candidacy UNLESS' : TIIIR.IU: .: : MOSEYS: DKSI'OSIT) : I IN TIIK: CAMPAIGNfEl'OSI'I'IRY ; her couKhlng spells during readmitted to Bradford Hospital. -.

( ( T KNOWN AS TIIK: CAMPAIGN( tho night hours. I'orley Thurs- '
) ( TO TillCRI.I': :... (OK 'ml"CCJ: ) ton of
Macclonny\ suffered a Word received
.FL'Mi;: ) (OK THE: C SUIUS'H1CIEST) .: '; TO PAY'' TIIK: AMOUNT! (OF THEIR.: KX- severe heart attack six weeks Julius 1I1I was 8OI'I'. sister-in-law by Mrs.,

I'ENSES:: : SO AI.'TIIOKIXKU: : together with all other expenses previously authorized. ago from which has prevented them Mrs Nwlnford that her husband
attending club meetings. had posed away Mr. and
AM r A letter received: from Mrs. Mrs. Swlnford have spent the
Thurston slates that on last past two winters at Keystone

Any such expenses incurred or authorized or official campaign .treasurer's", report Oierhj Thursday bud attack.her husband had another and therings.enjoyed !the Fellowship ga '(d)> r

thereof, in excess of. such moneys!'! on deposit SHAM" BE: DKKMKI: : : ) TO CONS1ITITK ..- Eo The. members wore happy to '

,; : A VIOLATION OK THIS SECTION: see Harry llosonahlno Join In
Tolima at the dinner and meeting for the Old tm' __
*
his 90 yoaWof; axe and travels t r ; 1111l11

AMt a 1It_l by foot In Ms occupation: -. \_ ,.

W. Will Appreciate The ..,.,.' .. Off .,Ie.- ."New peck*** policies' an as salesman. trust; that around all of larko.W. us I Keystonere : "

.pyar1ns; for of new, r.- will be able to attend g _: J ',
tll.'n In Cemyly With The law By '' fallen M4 wholevsJer the July II club meeting, nod
that Joe
... Inl All PeUt1cal' Ami Tiny ...Ia. tiMft. paUfeHAbUlfy Karl hula will: Margaret bring gad Jackson news of
Afrfrtiiinf Printing '..,; w4 a treat MM Mrs DeVon all of whom have "A protest march .U liketantrum

i her of optional. cev.r'agoawith been seriously Ill. only better or-

.PAID IN ADVANCE broad II Ire-covtraa; ... lIanl_,.'"

at 10 per coat to 20 per ASK FOR A

coat prtadaat aayla*. DOM FREE: : TORI()

r the Cfcarby E. John A* JOHNSTON UPHOLSTERY DEMONSTRATION
THANK YOU- t..7 .lavlto bmlaoMifirm .

'. MW U. eotwvlt.pack. .*** abonttkoa P.*. ...iIHNI1'JR.( ..: RFI'AIRS: \ AND Joe Says Tr>' Our
Low PricesFood
Every Day
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,ItPhIOLSTERYf :
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IwTCtarkyE. PICKUP AND DELIVERY .
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RADF01D COUNTY TELEGRAPH .,. .' ,
.':. PREE! ESTIMATES t
JOHNS AGENCY ONT..t
P00141 904/475.2114/
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DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH GREATER BETHLEHEM
BROOKER FREE WILLBAPTIST.CHURCH; CHURCH OF CHRISTAT MADISON STREET PINE! LEVEL BAPTIST

Sunday School 10 a.m. Wore' Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sunday MELROSE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng .
.ship Services 11 a.m.' and 7 School 9:30: ; Morning Worship Schedule of Services: Sunday, July 9Sunday School Worship 11 a.m. Pre Ser
pjn.' Training Union 6 p.m. 11; League 4 p.m. Night Service Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. 9:45: ; Morning; Worship, 11; vices (Booster Band Young
-Rev. Lacy Conway,pastor 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper \'VIIllams Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Church Training, 6:15: ; \WMU People, and Prayer Service),
pastor. \ Worship 7 p.m. Prayer Circle, 7:15: ;: Evening 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m.

..J.-.kti...,..:.".'. ....... __.__uu., ,__. All other evtnlngs-8 p.m. Worship, 7:30. Midweek Service, Wednesday
ryvSVh.3.S''JW:i";++:.4:=y'w::k.:::4:':{ {1i.1k.'Q 'Ati ". ..SY::::r Monday Youth Choir Practice 7:30: p.m. Rev John Strickland

: : HAMPTON CHRISTIAN and Children's Choir. 7 Pastor.
t
i, 1 1r CHURCH Wednesday
Prayer Meet- CHURCH
HOPE BAPTIST
Sunday School 10 Morn-
a.m. Ing 7:30: ; Adult Choir Practice (Highway 100 at The res sa) .
ing Worship II a.m. Evening, -
r i _; CARRY Cool I ti, Worehp7.-JamoeShawpeetor. tor., 8:30.: Denton Sumrall,pas Morning Sunday\ Worship School -- 10 11 a.m.a.m. e. s''. iw L..S.rJew

Room Air ConditionerSo Training Union 6:30 p.m. '
LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Evening Worship 7:15 P.m. :; Tflt"
> light it has I Wednesday Night Prayer Services
it's own carrying handle HOLINESS CHURCH Sunday Service'
:Sunday Sj1.ooJ9ts :
goes anywhere-only 43 Ibs. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; a.m. Morning Worship 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle
4000 BTU/HR Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth 10:45 a.m. Evening Service, 7:15 Packham, pastor.ST. -
Service 6 P.OI. Evening Wore Youth Sunday SHRINEi
..- p.m. Croup Meeting,
:
ship 7 pjn.Tuesday.
6:30: p.m. MARK'S EPISCOPAL
2 Prayer Meeting 7:30 -J.C. Brown, minister CHURCH. STARKE

,.# 'P.m.Rev..' 'W.B. Chauncey, pastor Holy Eucharist, let and 3rd _
;; SLIM& TRIMMOLDED { Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning

i e CARRYING i MISSIONARY GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sun- r4&
HANDLE SMYRNA HIGHWAY S-IOOA STARKE day, 11 a.m. Church School 9:45 tf '
<< BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning a.m. E.Y.C. 6 p.m. y 1
115 VOLT AMPS :: 633 'W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser Worship, 11; Training Union -John M. Flynn, Rector
AUTOMATICTHERMOSTAT :: vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m.' 7: Evening Worship 8. Wed-
: Preaching. 11 a.m.Training UnIon -
nesday Prayer Meeting, 730.:
9:45: p.m. Evening Worship. Rev. Leon T. Odom, Jr.,pas BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST
E-Z MOUNT FOR }:: 7 p.m:Everyone welcome. tor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship ? M
FAST INSTALLATION -Wilbur Dyess, Pastor Service II a.m. Church
jf Training, 6:30: p.m. Evening
?f CHURCH OF GOD STARKE CHURCH Worship 730..
OF PROPHECY, BROOKER OF CHRIST WednesdayPrayer, Meeting, r
1i Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Bible School 10 a.m. Wor 7:30: ...m.Iev..
1O TEAR ICXAN* Ing Worship U a.m. Young Peopie's ship Services II a.m. and J.D. Robinson. y
OUTDOOR CAUW :* '
: 6 p.m. Midweek Service Wed-
REPLACEMENTWARRANTY :: Service, 6 p.m. Evangelistic -
::
Service, 7 Wednesday nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible
I :: p.m.
r
LEXAN General' Electric ._, iJ \ .: Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.nu Class, Thursday 11 a.m. Church LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Shrinors Charles Dlnklni, left, and Gib Brown, right, rise in "hortel.ss l carriag" in the
outdoor
ca' J' located one block west on SR
Come and with CHURCH .
carry a ten yoar parla nand ; worship us. Honor America Day Parade through Stark
aervlca labor I \ '. -Rev. Bobby Harris,pastor 16.J.P.H. Sunday School 10a.m. MornIng -
repl.c.me,,l warranty i Bell, minister Worship 11 a.m. Evening
aaalnal manufacturing :: Worship 7.30: p.m. Wednesday Leona SternMrs.
defects _' .'____ _. _' '.',I : FIRST UNITED METHODIST PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Everyone welcome. Paul Hutchins
METHODIST; CHURCH
Rev. Robert Haisten
STAFKE pastor
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Leona Coleman Stern,
Sunday School. 9:45; Morning 72, of Route L, Starke died
ing Worship 11 Youth Service

Worship, 11; Junior and Senior a.m. CHURCH OF GOD Wednesday, June 28, In the
6 p.m. Evening Worship 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Announces For
MYF 6
I $9995 I Wednesday groups, Youth p.m. Choir Rehearsal 7:30 liard,p.m.pastor.Rev. Tommy L. Hil- Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Bradford a long, County Illness.Hospital The widow otter -
Ing II
Worship Sunday
a.m.
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting '
of Harry A. Stern, she was
7:30: ; Chancel. Choir Re- Evening, 7 p.m. Youth Night, born In Starke I"eb. 25
L FIRST ASSEMBLY OF COD on ,
I J hol"U1.: 7:45.: Raiford Road & Weldon St. Meeting Wednesday, Friday, 7:30: 7:30 p.m.: p.m.Prayer 1900, and was a member of the County JudgePaul

Rev. George Harper Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- -Rev. Y.W. Kldd, pastor Kingsley Lake Baptist Church: -
Ing Worship II. Sunday Evening : Surviving are two sons, Don-
I I 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30.: KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST ald Stern of Memphis, Term Clifton llulchins, vocational -
SAWYER ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL -Charles Thomas, pastor Sunday School 9:30: ; Training and Roland Stern of Starke; agriculture Instructorat
two daughters, Mrs. Ina Mott Bradford High School, announced -
CHURCH STARKE Holy Eu- EVERGREEN BAPTIST Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Worqship and Mrs. Ona Jacobsen, both Friday, June :31, his
Slade ,Air Conditioning I charist, tat and 3rd Sundays, CHURCH 11 a.m. Evening Worship Mfr,
of Starke; two brothers, Ned candidacy for Ute office of
,
332W. Madison Phone 964.7701 8 and 10 a.m. Morning prayer at Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: Coleman: of Starke and Frank County Judge of Bradford Co- .
and 5th Sundays Wednesday.
2nd, 4th Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday -Rev. S.C. Cuthbert Coleman Jacksonville; two unty.
k .:::: ::o:::::::*: :=>>* :::::s:::::::::::::::: :::::: ::::::::::::::::.: ::::.:.:::.:;:; ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 10 a.m. night Service at 6:30. Pastor Interim Pastor sisters, Mrs. Minnie Creshawof Hutching a Bradford resident N T

Wednesday night prayer Graham, and Mrs. Nealle for 19 years, is a graduate a11Ja
- - - -- --- ---- meeting at 7:30. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Fowler, Alma, Ga. ; and eight of the College of Agricultureand
Cecil E. Crawford, Sr. Pas Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. grandchildren. the College of Education.
.. tor. Mornlog.( Worship! 11 l am. Youth. Funeral services were heldat at 4>iD 1'nlversUy I..lorlda.lleJins .
: Fellowship 6 ...m. Choir'Prac.. 11 a.m. Saturday Juty I; In been employed by the
iB eflieIB !pli .t .ChurchHOMECOMING ., ST 1;:" DtUAb' "; 1'NkttiLl"'! Uc..W.edllnday,8p.rn.-, : .....1,a KingeleyMBaytist-fhurch BrWdrW.Worfy" of Public ruIf
: : ; : ,, : 11.11.Mott officiat
',r..CHURCH,,STARKE.l M .,. ; : Instruction as a teacherof
Fattier James Cregan ing. IhthYrnent'WIII be In Kings Vocational; ducatlon in Agriculture -
pastor CHRIST
JESUS
CHURCH OF
Saturday Mass ley Lake Cemetery with De- and as an advisor of
,
7p.m.Sunday. SAINTS
OF LATTER DAY Witt C. Jones Funeral Home the Future Farmers of Amer-
Mass, 10 A
a.m. Hely Pay Mass
SUNDAY JULY 9 7 p.m. 1404 E. Bessent RoadFamJly In charge. ica for 19 years.'
Confessions Home EveningMon- "My vast experience o\lerthe
Saturday 6
day. years with the education and
P.m.School of Religion: Prlmary- Tuesday, 4:30 Society pjn. Frederick; Gad guidance of young adults will Paul Hutchins
Grade School WednesdayRelief be most helpful while dis-
; a.m. to 12 noon. Sunday II 7:30.: M.I.A. Frederick William Cay, 80, charging my responsibilitiesas
'School! 7 Thursday- 7:30: p.m. of Kingsley Lake, died Friday County Judge," stated slut' tion Association, Florida Education
High Sunday, SundayPrIesthood, 8:30: a.m. June 30. after a sudden Illness. chins, Association and numerous -
vn.BAYLESS. Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. Evening Born In Cuthbert, Ga. on April llulchins, 46, is married to oilier profesllonalorganIzaUons. -
Meeting 6 p.m.Sacrement. 6, 1892, he was a retired mall former Orle Ransom, Hollywood lie Is active In Farm
HIGHWAY BAPTIST Jesse D., Branson, Branch carrier and surveyor. Fla., Is the father of Bureau, Bradford Fair Asso-
DINNER ON THE GROUND Sunday School 10 am..Wor- President. Surviving is his wife, Mrs. three teenagers, Phyllis Ka- ciation, and Cattlemen's Asso-

ship Service 11 a.m. Church Mary Gay, of Kingsley Lake; reh, IT, Paul Jr., 16, and Becky ciation.
Training 6:30: P.m. Evening HEILBRONN BAPTIST two daughters, Mrs. !Miry Dot IS, all of Starke. Hutching. savs his trainingin
Worship 7:30.Wednesday.. CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. Miller, Kingsley Lake, and Reared In Urn Florida Meth- rural law psychology, and)
AT ONE Prayer Meeting, Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Mrs. Elizabeth Rates Deca- odist Chlldrens Home at Enterprise sociology should serve as qualifications
7:30 p.m. Morning Worship 11. Training tur, Ga.; one son, Logan Gay Ha. Hutchins received to the Job he now
Rev J.D Robinson Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Ser- Atlanta, Ga.; two sisters, Mrs. his secondary educa- seeks. The legislature of the
vice, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Mozello Wise Plains Ga., and tion at DeLand High School. State of Florida did not findIt
GRACE BAPTIST Service, 730. Mrs. Elizabeth West, Rich- former member of the U.S. necessary to make a Law
Special Singing CHURCH, STARKE -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, pas land, Ga.; nine grandchildren Marine Corps, Hutchins degree one of the requirementsof
Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng tor. and eight greatgrandchildren.Funeral served for three years in World the office of County: Judge in
Worship at 11. Training services were held War n with the Fourth M trine Counties with less than 40,000In
Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Wor- NEW RIVER BAPTIST at 2 p.m. Sunday In Beulah Baptist Divisln and landed on Iwo Jima. population. lie feels that this
ship 7:30. Wednesday Prayer Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Church with Rev. R. L. Hutchins Is a member of Honda should be pointed out to the
EVERYONE IS WELCOME Meeting, 7:30.Rev.. LeonT. ing Worship II a.m. Training Taggart and Rev.! Luther Mc- Agriculture Teachers Association people of Bradford! County
Odom Jr., pastor. Union: 7 p.m. Evening Worship, Gee officiating. Interment was Florida ocatlonal lie will act as Ms own cam-
In the church cemetery under- Association, National Educa- paign treasure rj/
8 Wednesday Night ser
AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH! vice p.m.7:30 p.m. Everyone wel- direction of DeWitt C. Jones
Funeral ilonni. -
Morn.
Sunday School 10 a.m.

r-------------------------- .a Ing Worship Worship 7 p.m.II am.Wednesday: Evening come.Jim Countryman, pastor. Injuries Fatal ITo

I i Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, CARD OF THANKSWe !;
7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- desire to express to our I
JORDAN MISSIONARY
I e SECURITY I II Ing every Monday; 7 p.m. BAPTIST MISSION i kind neighbors and thoughtful Leo WigginsLeo
friends our heartfelt thanks for
GJ welcome.Prevatt, pastor Everyone U.S. 301 North, behind Tas- their expressions of symoaUiy. -
II tee Frees Drive In, Sunday .many The beautiful floral offerings A. Wiggins, 63 a former sister Mrs. George Wiggins,
School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser were especially appre- resident of Hampton and Hampton.
'J' AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer ciated. The family of Mrs. Ben Starke, died last Saturday Funeral services were held
I FOR. RENT I II SundayScJwol 9:43: ajn. Mon Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- (Thelma) Hall. morning as a result of injur- at II a.m. Monday In the Mur-
ning Worship 11 ajn. Evening day.Leroy ies received In an accident at ray Hill United Methodist
II Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday Olive, pastor, E.L. his service station at Lee and Church, with Rev. Robert! Jenkins
J' Prayer M..t1 andBlbleStudy, 'CrUds:; associate pastor CARD OF THANKSI Adams, St., in Jacksonville. officiating. Interment will
I 7 p.m. Study onuookof 1In1. The fatal injury occurredas be in Riverside Memorial Park
II G.F.Prevatt, pastor. Everyone LAURA BAPTIST want to thank our neigh- Mr. Wiggins was mountinga with Masonic services at the
I ,, 'Welcome.ftORTHSTDE. Sunday School 9:45 am.Morning bors and so many friends in heavy tire on a rim and it graveside. Arrangements
t II Worship 11 a.m. Evening our time of Brief and sorrow, apparently exploded causinga in chage of Clddens-Crlfflth
,v. BAPTIST Worship 7:30: p.m. Midweek Bl- which our heart goes out to piece of metal to strike him Funeral Home, Jacksonville.
II CHURCH be( Study. Wednesday, 7:30: p. you, and all the wonderful food in the forehead. lie died sev-

it Ia Intersection of Highways 16 mile and flowers were especially eral hours later In University: I
Rev. In church Sunday. appreciated. Mrs. Archie Hospital. Jacksonville.A .
North) and 225. ayne
I 1!' ;
II Sunday School ':4.1; Morning moved with his parents, to
:' Service at U. Evening Servtc*. CARD OF THANKS Hampton\ at an early age, and
II r30. Wednesday Service 7:30Pirn. : BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH I would like to thank the nurses later lived In Starke. lie was SERVICE MEN 1
'' : Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng and staff of Bradford Co. employed at the Florida State
Worship U a.m. Evening Hospital and a special thanks Prison for a number of years,
I CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer to Dr. Barry for their kindness and served in the Navy during I 4Second
I '' Sunday'School 10 a.m. MornIng Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. and care during my daughter World War O, being stationed
,,."Ii';:,"',.-, ) .':1'to\ 0i : \ 6:30. Evening Worship 7:30.: CHAPEL Jewell Gassett Carson from the Navy, he remained In Warren a 1972 graduate of

Your deed jewelry, will and Rev. Jim Black, Pastor MORGAN ROAD Jacksonville and opened his the University. of Florida,
your your your I Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday business there In J ia 4ij.
I Gainesville received his
other valuables are vault safe yetI School II a.m. Morning Wor- lie was a member of the army
BAPTIST commission
HAMPTON
quickly-available in a Safe Deposit Box. 1 ship 6 p.m. Training Union reserve through
BAPTIST CHURCH the officers
BROOKER CHURCH reserve training
Murray Hill United Methodist
I We have boxes available right now for a small, I BROOKER, FLA. 7 p.m.Wednesday Evening-7:30 Worship Prayer Ser Sunday School 10 a.m'1: MornIng -. Church, serving as trustee, and corps program at the school
tax-deductible rental fee.
Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun vices. Service 11 a.m.; e Study past president of the Wesley recently.
I day School 10 a.m.Ron Bristol, -Rev. Bob Cooper, pastor 8.30: p.m.j; Evening Service 7:30: Fellowship Cia... He was past
Superintendent. Training Union, pjn. president of the A.C.R.A. anda As an ROTC Cadet Lt. Warren
: 6:45: pjn. Lowell Douglas, Di Wednesday Prayer and member of Riverside Masonic son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
FLORIDAM I rector. Worship Service U a. Bible Study 7:30 p.m. lodge No. 266 where he D. Warren. Starke was
m., 7:30. Midweek Prayer Service CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS Melvin Hamel, Pastor was a 32nd degree! Mason. He trained In various subject

I 7:30. Lavern Outlaw, music CHURCH was also a member of the Scot- which provided him with the
ir 'H'K STARK6 I director. Sunday School 9:45-.m. tish Rite and Morocco Tem skills necessary to command.
commission In
1 Worship 11 "m. Youth He earned Ms
Morning: ITwell ple of the Shrine.
IF WE DON'T HAVE the Adjutant General Corps.
Evening Worship
6
i Service pjn. Survlrors include his widow,
Offlce officer Uji
MARY'S CATHOLIC get It for you. The 21-year-old
Subsidiary Of Florid. Notional Banks Of Florida Inc.Member ST. 7 p.m.Thursday. Mrs. Ribs Maxwell Wiggins;
Equipment
CHURCH M4CCLENNY.Sunday Prayer Meet* Supplies, Furniture, 1968 graduate wifeaLindda
night Mrs. Douglas Davis ,
'" a daughter,
Holy Bradford County Telegraph lilgh School. HU
1 Mass, 12 noon. tog 7:30: p.m. of Holly Hill two brothers,
Federal Insurance ;
D.poslt
Corp. Gainesville.
lp 1 1u. Inc. Jo lives In
5:30 Pastor ,
Day Mass p.m. David Hodges, : Joe Wiggins, of Hampton, and
Orle logins. of Starke and a
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d I w(MalnO Members Paid 53rd Support of $30,061 Company D cooking Quarterly- clerical work as wellas I CLSIPIEi: ? : a Q J .


Battalion nnn. -- .nnn
I other jobs. Ice)c:Ling to -
the local National Guard unit, PSG J.E. Tomlinson, who ts the

for were their paid training a total assemblies of $30,161 training NCO.Members Deadline CLASSIFIED for Insertion AD RATES MondayS ',: :::. .-, : ::.: ';,,"'. .... I homes FOR RENT12 outside>city wide limits.Mobile J. II. WATER FOR FRONT SALE.LOTS SHADY ATTRACTIVE COMFORTABLE Three large AND bed \

conducted In March ApriL and and Lynn WhIte Ph. 964-0114 rooms, two tile baths, living,
of the unit departing p. m. preceding Thursday EARL BED If JACK EAVES On Crosby Lake and Crosby kitchen Florida Room
May 1972. 9648799. no answer dining ,
or
for Actlv. Duty Training In June before publication. Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet
Tie; Cnrdsmon are paid each t were: Dennis Rhoden Tommy - Gulf SIIY'' call 964-8874. tfchg wide 8 feet deep) Located on Lots of shade and fruit trees.

three months for Inactive duly; Harris, John L. Williams Ber- Minimum Charge 1.75 SHELL :STATIONQuality State. Road 100 3 miles West You Thomas should realtor nee this- Tel.one.964-A.J.

training at Armories and are nard Williams,Randall Massev, I. (Covers 15 words) Used Ports WANTEDUsed furniture refrigerators of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vacation -
paid at camp! each summer at Alvin Fayson, and Mark. T. Each word over 15, 8ti THE FINEST SELECTION washers -bib- cottage, mobile borne or 571)1.) tfchg.
tho end of the annual active Patray. OF mef's Discount House tf/enc Service On bvesUnenL
duty training which Is approximately All Classified Ads must be USED CARS Prices; start at$1.20.00 $200 WE GIVE SERVICEWe get
the same as the quar- Scheduled to leave In July are: paid for In advance unless down aDd $35.00 month roe 94Bts results! List your property for

terly payrolls. E.M. Padgett,Jr., ChorusI you have established account In thl s whole oreo FOR SALE LAWN MOWERS ..<< ft 1/2 t simple h tr- sale with us. Call today.-
'I I ho unit has exceeded the I Lot', Danny Luke. J.lm't with The Telegraph In that New 3 bedroom home near .m BILL POWELL, BROKERa964-

authorized strength of a maintenance W. Mullls. Jr.'Ruben A, Uen.1- event 50 company but Is still able rleth Glen L. Leggett, Ronnie Low down payment,easy monthly .
Not responsible for USED tf
billing. weekdays.
PARTS
All Models & Makes p n.
,
to take enlistments because Sellers and Keith Thom.iu..Sovjral : errors when given over the payments. Buford Mitchell .- .f
soma< kilts! are mt at full are waiting on datesto phone or'when copy is not Hwy..301) Waldo 9646853. Uchg"ACT'
13AV4 for the five six
or
s'.roryth., 1 Day ServiceOn
typed and brought to the office. -
"'Iho' months active duty. 468-1998 LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering
new pay Increase the NOW Join the old-
training use of the facilities at Guardsmen attending the est Toy & Gift Party Plan In 6x9 $3.19: 9 X 12 $5.98;
- -
(Jump; Blanding, and being associated active duty training (non-prior the Country our 25th year! All :112 x 12 $11.50; 12 x IS only LAKE GENEVA
with) a mod unit in the service purionnel enllstlngjgo CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Commissions up to 30ft, Fan- $14.95 many patterns and
primniv reaso.i for m.T\y prior through basic training at some FOR RENTt Unfurnishedroom tastic Hostess Awards; Callor colors. Dahmer's Discount. MOBILE HOME
sorvico moo coTilivj, Into tho Army base and then receive $1.75 per Inch house. Convenient location write SANTVs; PARTIES, TUNEUPSWAITRESS tfchg. '
aj wvl ud a iiumlyjr of young weeks traWnainaskfllneeded Adults preferred. Tele- Avon, Conn. 06001. Telephone SALES
by the unit, those 2 inch minimum -- $3.50
among A.A. GROUP
men each month. ," says (;apt. mentioned above.Guardsmen phone 9647106. Itp. 1 (20:;) 67.3-3455.: : ALSO BOOKING meeting every 12' AND 2 I' minus
----- Saturday night at 8 p.m. Waldo, .
James Kedtlish unit Comman P.UTJES. 4tp. 7/27.
are paid at least 468-1998. lip.TThON. PHONE 473-4320
der.Tin $39 for the weekend training Memorials Resolutions, Proclamations HOUSE PAINTING Interiorand WANTEDAPpiy
i'i'i' o'fer training inmiehinlsl which is the scale for privates MOBILE HOME REPAIRS In person ON ROUTE 100
Card of Thanks exterior by contract or -- Longhorn Rest-
; rad'o repair, supply ft mum 3r ->t tho unit who is Service. Guaranteed work. Call aurant. Hci tuM "'101.
4tp. 7/14. : ,
$4.00 Minimum! up to 50 hourly. First class workmanship Keystone
an SP-4 with threo _yoarn! of words Each word over 50- guaranteed Lonnie Ro. Olin's !Mobile Home Sales Ph. ;YIlW ; I
service will earn $874. berts. Raiford. Phone 431-1768. 964-5606. tfchg
301 "This Is quite a supplement evenings and weekends.4tp 7/20 O.C. Carrie Nursery hat's I
to aid a young man In buyinga MARTIN CAMPERSU.S.
car, attending college, or FOR RENT Furnished one SEWING MACHINES, cleaned, Thousands of Plants) I
making other expenditures that bedroom house, large screened FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished oiled and adjusted In your home Fruit Trees. Shade Trees, I Happening 90 West, Lake City
DRIVEINShow he needs money for," Capt. porch. No children or -pets. cottage. Also I bedroom $5. Vacuum Cleaner: repairs Evergreens Camellias, Starting Salaries I
also. All work __ From! $288 Phone 752.3723For
Reddish said.Interested Phone 9645884. Itchg. furnished apartment. W. H. guaranteed ''Azaleas Roses I To
persons are invited Nollman. tfchg. Dennis E. Coggins. phone 431- $333.60. Fro Food I But Selection Of
1428. tfchg. Moot In cans J plant AnytlaeLANDSCAPING I Free Homing, Fr..
lie-in At Sundown to visit the armory at any Clothing
time. A Hole la Your Roof !COTS FOR SALE Starke Golf ( Free Health & Dental Car. TRAVEL TRAILER'SMINI.HOMES

I I'M.. Sii.: IIII) 7.H\ Or A Country Club, ready for. I t* Ml. 8.E. of Starke. Hwy. 100 30 Days Paid Vacation A I
building on or for Investment. I' Florkhome 55'.Z165tNSURANCE I Year. TRUCK CAMPERSAND

A listing of ingredient is : WHOLENEW Lots area approximately 1/2- ter- Brown Responsible Jobs, Regular I TOPPERSFull
ERSTWOODBEGUILED IwiiiK printed on all puckaKott .. acre and larger. Paved roads I Promotions with Choices of
I Line Of
Part And
only 3 minutes from town.
of Procter & GamMo's house | Schools, Location Of, Duty.
.: to 5 p.m.
Call 964-7701, 8a.m. Service
hold laundry, dUhwuxhini ROOF tfchg And Travel. I
AT REDUCED RATES
mid ilcuniiiK products. All : 'Is",
major ingredient will he J & J Roofing Co. AUTO, FIRE, BOAT
INTERESTED IN BUYING OR Volkswagen I (;iAINKS\II.I.K:
!Idi-iitifiod by chemical
name DOYLE E. CONNER .
SELLING. f@J
while those ingredients UHt'11! Phone 964-8088 or 4734735. New A Use t.'ftI: ). INSURANCE AGENCY | ,1'I"1'111;

in Hmall amount! will he identified Hiway 301 South CONTACT Sales Service tJt/I tchg.. j \1:1l'nST: () OI-TKi. ;: ,
<< by their function, 11 I IIr.Ii

company MpokcHman; !. GEORGE; : RUftKRTS: 1 Ml. North of Tire MapGAiNEBVILLE L J72A2HVf
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NORTH 301 Near: Underwood SALES
PARTS
> FOR SALEUsed
r gas range REAL: ESTATE
Motel 15 600 feet
good condition, $50. Phone 533- acres on SERVICE
PHONE 964.7826 highway Will sell all or part.
FLORIDATHEATRE 2406. lip Terms.. A.J. Thomas,Realtor f $SAVE $ USED IMPORT CARS
421
W. MADISON ST. Tel. 964-5701.
FOR SALE 2 poodles, mile and 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand
female. Moved and must sell. cleaned at Dahmcrs Discount FlED DAVIS HARFRED AUTO
Mary Brown, 964-8291 after fast service tfchg INTERIOR & Exterior: painting
4:00.: lip. done well at reasonable price. BUICK. PONTIAC IMPORTS, INC.
Tho Glass Shop Call 964-5606 after 6 p.m.tlchg.
r- Lost Water 509 E.
SECRET GMC TRUCKS"A University
FOR SALE: New: 12 x 60 two
Showtime-Weekdays' 7:00 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath mobile Glass ::, Weight X-Pel, body Water bloat,Pills puffiness only 3 bedroom I bath, large klt- MTTI.K'' KIDK CAN; SAVE GaincsvilU3724373

Sunday :.1:00 Saturday 1:00 hom-3, large lot In Waldo.58- $3 etc.or Money Back Refund.Koch's -- che, family room CB home. YOU: A LOT"!
For Outside
Central heat and air.
.
Fri. zoo -- W. II. Andrews, "': -
Sat. \
Sun.
Mon..1'ues Drug Store. lOtp817 LCREEN PUMP SERVICE
city Lake privileges. COyE SPRINGS
Box 275. Waldo, Fla, Ph. 468- ;
.1 Jul\ 7,$.(.W.II AH CARS and TRUCKS
CI 1IINIIAaWlIlIlIllll: I : II 1i111110RIRAIIii 1042. Itp.
Installed WhiIe-U-Wat! 2 Bedroom I bath In City WELLS & PUMPS
IIMISSIUNChildren) :'\ I FOR KENT: : One 4 room unfurnished frame on large lot,nice house '
IIII IIARII1IN Custom Vinyl Auto Tops house and one 4 room SKW1NO MAC:MINK KKPA1RH!
: NI Pill I lIII ''r 75c
\ furnished house 245 & 250N AND PARTS HOUSE CALLS \I'I\ ';.,,an4 up2111vjdt
,I Main G'vtlfe Frame Duplex, apt., good lot' "
MINIVIKSN eMINWtt1WMNYPICIURE1161AAtot' 1 1017, N._ HOP Waft1
AdultsMl ,
!t: \ Bay St. Itp. ; n ,iijlmakcN
: \\R\4\ __ NEW BOOKS cation. Good income property.;
ALL WORK GUARANTIED!)
GARAGE SALE! Sat. July 8th ,
-I'Ins- TOgETHER... AT THE LIBRARY New X-II Reducing. Plan. 42 Furniture, lamps, toys building 5 acres, 660' on paved road .(,lOIII.HS- MYhKSJAflOX.l .
they rieverything Tabets $3.00. Money Back. supplies, doors, lochs by 330' deep. High, dry. L.osnlry, : I'llMPS

CLINT EASTWOOD for a v Guarantee.: -- Koch Drug plumbing fixtures Drapes 3 bedroom home In City I
1 /no'count ADULT FICTION: Store. 10 tp. 9/7 drapery rods etc. R 1 S. Farris bath, kitchen living & dining 2'enn" FbrUa. .. Pump Service
Lake
White Sand Keystone
hound! Jean At Noon: (Sandlson);Mir- Heights, 473-3154. Itp. .rea: Jnlt. i.oCOI.LI'.cl'0K' 9V((1 kl!.,">linM Ill vd.
FOR SALE Regina twin brush
I'llONI2M'VtV: : )
row of Hell (Holton); The Jun-
gle (Blackstock); The Ultimate: sewing rug shampooer.machine with Westinghouse cabinet FOR SALE 1969 R., C. Allen Large house furnished : ITI-.MS _OrnnKt* fork .Mil.

t1T Act Bachmann); Carriage Devrlck Inc. Builders Hardware cash register.(Used summers. will sleep 15-20 people on IIRIC: A -.IIRAe:
Trade (Thomson)" A Falcon For & Supply, 964-6163.2tchg. Excellent condition $600. Phone River Ocala National: or- I I'/i! Ii..I.: of Keystone,
A Queen (Gaskin)' Dark Horse 782-3833. Up. eat
1I (Knebel); Close-Up: (Deighton), 7/6. State ltd. 100 LOHGCHAIAPhome

A Splinter Of Glass (Crease); FOR SALE' 1970 1/2 ton pickup GEORGE: ROBERTS Bill Si: |10 lirunofslcv.( Owners) .
Murder's A Waiting Came(Gilbert truck and camper. Camper Phone 4it-4lk4| and! Building
); Shalt Among The Jews sleeps 8. Excellent condition. REAL ESTATE
I(ITldyman); The MalcontentsSnow PUMPS Call 964.7955.1tp. PHONE 964-7826 Materials!
I((; > The Running Of the-
Deer (Clarkson) 421 n'. MADISON:'\ IN STARKE N'K BUILD -
; Muriel (Elliott 1- NEW AND USED Beagle pups, AKC registered. ..
I I ), The Landlocked Man 6 weeks. 1 male, 1 female Business Zoned Your Plains Or Ours.
; I(X'oppcl)); Walk In The Paradise SALES S40 and $50.Shots and wormed. Commercial Opportunity Cor. Walnut I: Your !.ot Or 001'..."
<< Garden (Maybury); The PARTS Call 473-3492 no collect calls. .
Yalting 1 Years CEnchi); Rendezvous SERVICE Itp. JIMMY MOORE'S Brownlee St. 1 I'Rlai IiS'1'1fA'I'ISl4.mnitclin: !
.
South Atlantic (Reeman)}; SUN SPORTS KclairrAdditiua. ;
Frame House 1
The River To Pickle Beach Deep And Shallow: Wells Dress making and alterations. 5 br. bath. .
C Beta: ) The Kingmaker (Den Water Softeners and % living room din. room kit.
; Garages & attics cleaned out.
I- CI MOORE BOAT FOR Front and back 110"0 lIouliht Said
-PLAY MISTY FOR ME" CI I ter); A Murder To Make You FiltersPlumbing Yards mowed. 326 N. CherrySt. porch.
I Grow: Up Little Girl (Lorlot) YOUR MONEY Traced
I...jn,larluiloii loferrur.. ; 964-6586. Starke. lip Block Apt. Bldg. with 2 generate
tie I[ Case Of The Irate WitnessGardner Supplies
'
_... __.. 0 MRiHOLUMAN Starke Ph. 964-5791' apts. ISO' x 150' lot. ACREAGE: : I'Olt SALE
ws.w .t C_ "--IIJ ? (: ); I Am Mary Tudor FOR SALE: Lovely 2 BR Mobile Priced
sell.
a PATRICIA CfiOWLEYLEW (:Lewis); Memoirs Of An Ex- EXPERT SERVICE ON home 71 yr. 12 x 60. Flor- to 9646853"wy.
Sun. Mou. Tucs AWES Prom Queen (Shulman): The ALL MAKES ida Room 12 x28 .11/2 Complete Outboard AStern 3111 S. StarkeM.llil.lioRtes

Juts> ''.10.11 ( Nappy Family (ZelverS; The PHONE 9047061DURRANCE baths patio Utility; room at Drive Service and BILL PCMKLL! BROKER
wWOfRtT (Gods:> Themselves (Aslmov)>
7t>AX ; 11 back landscaped yard Homestead Repair. Complete Fiber-
"ITS0'( "' M\ / -J/ ) CAMBRIDGE larrowhouse Browne); The exemption Price $13.000 fflara Repair. Custom- 9646464Or

nnnvPlus;f) i'V i/ -nNIM"**"'. Vrong. ( Plantagenet (Palmer); including lot. )Ir. Leo Meeuws built Fiberglass Fishing. .....
!P J? rTf PUMP A SUPPLY CO. A
The I Reluctant Widow Meyer)); Sunrise Park Mobile Homos .
; : The Light That Never Was Moved. Keystone Heights, Fla. Tel. Boat
"BOnOF( .\ *2 ) ;;""* Blggle); S lvesterlHeyer);TheSee 5 BIOCHS North;.; 4733579. Itp. WAYNE: DOUGLAS:

KKMU.K"VKatctl:\ /ffi-\syaCM. > Lepers (Lieberman). 864 N. Temple Ave. Reduce safe & fast with Go- ,\Ssoq \n; SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES

r'b.l: WE NOW HAVE diamond FOR SALE: 1948 Mercury 2 Bese Tablets & E-Vap "water Expondo Rooms & Add
l IS Vrs up needles door $350. Excellent condition pills" Andrews Drugs. 4tp 7/ %...6593
for any, make or model On Rooms
Pnone 9645606. Itchg.
ADULT: NON-FICTION
G Admission! 1.25 player.DaJuner's Die 27.
.,. .. Luscious Lingerie & Swim stereo Free delivery and set up
Babies count House tf/chg '
No
1 ) The Citrus Seed WANTED WAITRESS Call
k'ear Mouzon White corn and other vegetables FOR RENT- alr-condltloned
G irower's Indoor How-To Book 782-3886 after 4:30: p.m. for :2 1/2 miles east of starke on cottages on Kingsley Lake.Call 100 MILE RADIUS

(Perper)> The Victorian Woman appointment. Trail Restaurant. State Road 16.David Wainwright 533-2366 after 6. tfchg BANK FINANCINGNWY "
\% .w.w.nanAonghon. (Crow), A History Of the Modern 2 tchg. 7/13. 964-8479.
tnt vn\f.t w.r.35 tt mbm*utt Age (Prescott); The Forest LEW'SWELDING FOR SALE 3 year old quarter 17 North Green Cove

**, .mor and.moro sham' tint Service (Frome);A Closer Walkrhe FOR RENT 2 bedroom house at, horse with $100 saddle total Tel.
4 < n cutting th <*m<*r SHOP SAVE 284.5001.264.7311
? THOH MKVEMOAHL Pete Fountain Story(Fountain 612 Lake St., Starke. No pea $325. Call 964-5240 after 5p.m.
> Complete Hook of Home" ThoM.Long Distance I
; No children. Phone 782-3511. tf.
Pine .
D J Repairs & Maintenance Hand)) WMsperfn .1Dptel Phon.GjIUW 2 tp. 7/13. Ir.--ea------------_ --1

e lie Fabulous Onassis (Cafara- US SQt) >8. Phone now hand!. air line,.

ls)>; How To Read Shakespeare 9644232 tickets, cruises. and tour. SWEET::: POTATO\ vines for : B & F Electrical & Equipment Co. I It
(Charney); Enjoying Food On A sale. I cut them $4; you cut
Diabetic Diet Meyer! ), The UTILITY TRAILERS We offer a special package them $3 per thousand. -- Leo

//EXPEDITIONS cientlflc American Book Of CUSTOM BUILT Tour of Now DeSue, Rt. 2, Box 153-B phone t Complete Wiring Repairs of I II It
J Projects! For the Amateur Scie- GAS AND ELECTRIC 964-6275 Starke 4tp- 727.SEWING .
dst (Strong)); A Lion Called WELDING BRAZING Disnay World t Industrial, Commercial and Residential I II It

hrlstlan:: (Bourke), Pack- SHEET METAL Call 964-7449
: t NEW AND USED CONTROLS I It
(
< (cf.ids:; ; .TRAILER HITCHESINSTALLED TOWN FINANCE CO. t !MOTORS AND SWITCH EQUIPMENT I II It

(::are G( lUng): The Boys of Sum- !MACHINESales
f '/ ler (Kahn); Citizen '.aderGMc.. P.O.; Box 2MLK Tomolo t 24-Ilour Service I II It

L a lr 'Carry: > The Disney Version ..,.,uu,............ and Service Phone Keystone 473-3755

l i Strange('Schickel Animals); Fantastic Riddles,Tales Jests, .1 mim iiHlur iM 1iliiM:: ; m;;if:1:1$1::;::;: :::i:1:1:1@iIl:::: : ::::mmmm: : : ;m;r':'m';: ...>. PFAFF ELNA t M. C. (Bubba) Wells, Manager I IL .

01c; Prophecies(Leonardo da\In:1) ;,r WANTED | New Homo -- -----------
: A History Of War &: Wea

Done,. 1660-1918 (Shepperd>>: Tie Njj DRAFTSMAN TRAINEE |..,,: WHITE
: ::
& Dye Made Easy (Mails): The .:':.:. $49:50 OLIN MOBILE HOME SALES
; '' ::1: .
You must see RAI An founding Process Effects of Mass ?J4 High School graduate, some drafting experience ,; "

true-life adventure for the whole. family! ommunlcatiofui: (Schramm);; ::: :: preferred. strong In mathematics. Steady employment : Parts & Repairs on Service It Our Policy ;
-- excellent opportunity :::}. \
benefits
; I fringe all other Make Ma.
thru asg When you buy a mobile home,
TODAY ONLY JULY 6 ADULT REFERENCE a with established company Apply Monday chines.NATIONAL. you should consider quality ". 'i

Directory Of The American ::::: Friday 8:00 till 5:00: P.M. ;.: price and service ;,.. Con '"
Theatre 1894-1971 (Guernsey)) U An Equal Opportunity! Employer *==: We give all three and guarantee r; IJI I I.
In Stark. Florida Barren's Profiles Of Ameri- C 'i' to beat any advertised c
:'fL:: Owen Joist of Florida Inc. i
can Colleges. 1972 (Fine). t: : 611 W. Univ. Ave. price.Our. .
101 W. Call St. Phone 964-5451 Library Hours: Monday 8s.m : :{ Lincoln City Road (S-100-A) _:. 12 foot wales start at
to 8 p.m. Tuesday,Thursday Gainesville, Florida 329500.
.::::' 7:00-9:00 = Friday 9 ajn. to 5 p.m. I' Starke. ,, Florida I ., ...,. "" ..;ox":.Jdi. .
: Satrday 9 ajm. to 2 p.m. >j=;:J:4::': ":'::x$';*;.<;;ox:J'JFK'" ..*=:<<<:;fJVJrNlIIIIY.YS':::::::: ; :; i:;i:WSfiflfiflS:: i : I:::::!iI:[::&SWSS/;:Sw::::;::fji'JN: ?:: : ':: 781S5'I I I.I Hwy. 100 West- Stark 964-560


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