Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 13, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Vol. 93 STARKE FLOIUOIS, Of Heaven

No. 50 Thursday July 13, 1972 Copy

43 Residents Jl, k'41' Board Okays i :

Protest 4.48 Million "

Zoning A petition signed by 43 \ School BudgetCity ; :

has been presented to the

of ,Adjustment protesting the
$800,000, 50-unlt apartment

ned for construction on L-shuped
ty frontion both I Edwards Road

Orange :Street.An SewerPlant Teacher e

application for rezoning petty; from R-l
the property from R-l (residential Pay RaiseA
) to R-2 (multiple family "Any
residences or apartments- type; will cause ; CitedForPollution
was made by the owner Stan In this area to bo first
ley S. Noegel and approved by create a $4,48 million
the ''Board of Adjustment at a which will be ( budget which Supt.

hearing on June 26. No one ap- petition states. Tom
peared.In protest at the hear John A. To Casey says
ing. the Board of meets the needs of

The application was subse- Wednesday that the system" was approved -
quently approved by the' City
; been presented
Council at Its postponed meeting two members of Cited by the Air and Water Pollution Tuesday for

tests.on July 6, again with no pro- out of town and Control Board In Jacksonville: the Cityof advertisement to the

The petition which has now W pj j action If for Starke:: has been asked to Improve the public by the Bradford -
ken on the more
been submitted to the Boardof Toroade said efficiency' of Its sewerage treatment plantby School board.

Adjustment states that the sidered its )
that 1 1.
signers "protest the construc- had been taken January Everything that any teacher -
tion of this federally funded requested In the way of
project" They urge that the with good Engineer, Don Ruckman surprised der new federal and state pol- supplies same $77,000 and
Zoning -Board rescind Its original and pointed out the city council with that lution and safety regulations. One $224,977 in building Improvements
appeared in announcement last 'Thursday Is of all the line- In the
map gas plus a five percent a-
decision the
I rezolng pro- hearing.Police night! at a time the council city; andhasavlnyloverlaysonew cross-the-board salary to cost

thought the sewerage treatmentwas lines can be sketched on by Gas Increase to cost $107,000 for

; ; ) IxtheclearTheplantisnot: Supt Bob Patterson. The other all school employees as Included -
map shows valves where entire In the proposed $3.5
fective removal waste from the sections of the city; can be cutoff million operating budget.
water Ruckman said, although It
Is handling the maximum amount (See Page 8)) The'capital Improvements Include -
of Influent that can pass throughthe four new school busesat
\\ plant. $30,800, refurnishing 34 t
:: J'.fflucnt.. discharged is not el..llroom..L Souhsida' and
: gi meeting the 90 per cent standard : Starke Elementary Schools by Madding
Cause set by the state Ruckman said. Phiri Now new lighting lowered +
JL[ ceilings and air conditioning
The problem the engineer said
at a cost of $56,000 a 70-
Starke policemen are ridingIn eral weeks the Is that ground water Is getting For Effect foot addition to the BUS foot-
into the sewer system from old
two new Chevrolet Blscayne's out. badly In ball stadium costing $3,000 a
lines which have broken
this week but their purchase pairs, and even or rusted new 50 by 80-foot bus garage
last Thursday, by the city council -' Indicate they ;: through. The ground water Of Huge costing $20,000 new furniture
increases the amount of Influent
caused quite a stir ble for police costing $20,000 Improvemnts
to an above normal level thus reducing -
ficers had to the administration buildingold
l' Baldwin Chevrolet Salesman :' : the effectiveness of the
council meetings Jax Plant ( USO) costing $5.000, new
Jimmy Lawson might have their case. treatment It receives in the plant. cafeteria equipment $5.000
known his would be the only bid quality
The is to equipment $10-
"Two 8)i answer not modifythe replacement
and that Lawson padded the They say they plant Ruckman said, but to CC ToldStart 000. site Improvement $15,000and
price of the two cars. Councilman -
said Councilman find the leaks In the pipe and repair $12,000 In audio-visual
Billy Noegel balked them. Engineers know what structional supplies
accepting the bid. Terwlllegar the bids were planning now to realize
Ford Motors and Starke Chry- "It's the wrong percentage of waste material benefits from the Westinghouse- "Last year and this year on
sler-Plymouth sent the council said Lawson, supposed' to run in a sewer line Tenneco atomic power plant complex the only two years we've real-
he said, an analyses can determine "
no bids, saying cars are not salesman. "It's to be completed by 1976 ly had any new money Supt.
I where the ground water is
found my cars. Casey
avaUable this late in the model introduced Jacksonville businessmen told says
being into the linesto
year. cars tomorrow. governors of the Bradford Chamber "Now you can operate If
find the breaks. That Is a
Lawson had "
of Commerce last Thursday! you keep your head up.
The two Chevrolet's were and found two costly procedure Ruckman add The budget also Includes
bought for a net trade price of fitting the city's ed."It's The new plan't.111\ have a big $400,000 In construction funds
5996. Baldwin took In trade In Lakeland. a sticky Job. Leaks like effect;; It and other developmentswill yet to be paid for the second
two two-year-old Dodge's one that are hard to find" Ruckman result In tremendous growthIn
"I'd rather phase of Bradford High School
told the council. the Florida Crown area In
with 93,000 miles and other with are available rebuilding and the new
106,000 miles on It. The Dodge's panies can bid," The state has an implementation the next 20 years George C. and special education facilities gym
schedule of for Whltner member of the Jacksonville -
were In such bad shape that it admitting he January I the under way at Bradford
would be too costly to drive them a November date. situation to be corrected, Ruck- Area Developmantsaid. Middle School both by Trlest
until this November when the Had nun said. Construction Co.
any Keystone
city; could get 1973 models and Some 50 other Florida cities The W.T plant will employ a Heights. -
the police cars,
competition among all three Claude Hardee have been similarly cited by (lie peak of 12,000 employees anda By far the largest portionof
state Ruckman said answeringthe number of associated Industries
Yes Councilman the $4.4 million Is
council's fie stressed will set up plants withina
I Officers had Insisted for sev- "They're question going for professional salaries
the city; has not been warned. 50-mile radius of Jacksonville -
Is the said Walter Reed associate a total of 2291841. Secretarial -
:Mon Looking to the future Ruckman and
the Police ; director of the Committee clerical salaries
"Take better pointed out the city; of Starke Is of 100 of the Jacksonville total $161,172 textbooks
m Noegel.suggested. discharging Its effluent Into two C-of-C. Westinghouse Is under $23,133 and operation of
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conditions we ;) sew- city will "get Into trouble" with struct four floating atomic power also $65,000 In the budget
streets. Hardee town. the amount of nutrients being for plant maintenance
each 400 feet
placed into those lakes Crosbyand plants square
"Yes" Noegel Rowell the enginner said. and 200 feet high and costing Auxiliary services will cost

drive them like be re The plant as presently designed, 91 billion each. $220.000 Including $110,000 to
own. McRae does not remove nutrients from He urged the formation of operate the county school buses
G men need the the appli- its discharge Ruckman said. local planning board to capitalize and $120,000 to operate the
Noegel that which
the opportunities
.so on
do until ; and The Federal Government Is will be presented although Reed (S.. P.g. 8))
spe! presently considering prohibition
Jacksonville Chamberwill
money In the both fed of any effluent. A system will said
the local unit Informed
police cars< will have to contain waste left after
"It's too much \. .. He treatment on its own property."That's on developments. Day Care
I Help Your HospitalBy The bid Is more funds In other action, the Chamber

Shopping At they're cars on trade.(Baldwin" ) ; e city; Is this ecology how thing.far they'verOMIn But nobody! governors appointment of endorsed Freeman the Register re- Funds Up

in this business is making To
buy one car Jr. and Ervin Andrews as $434Dinners
THE HOSPITALITY next, rotating each to put miracles, Ruckman told the member of the Bradford County;
said.It a water council. Development Authority The to raise funds to
GIFT SHOP was poor strain jou. The city also must supply cor- names will be forwarded to the start a Day Care Center In
said. rlslon (Cathodic) protection the Bradford membership
bids at this time governor for appointment. County; plus
Operated By man Vernon :.: meeting natural gas system under federal dues have raised $434.31
vised against / on the law, Ruckman also told the Council. towards a $10,090 goal.
3 Bradford County ember saying that very According to law all new That goal must be met to
",, pipe must be cathodically Schools Get
Hospital Auxiliary months will mean meet the 25 per cent matting
tected by this August Ruckman
funds to net the
I way or another. be esta requirement )
"If I were In : will sup said and the entire system by $234,932Bradford county; $4 .OOO In Federal funds

+ don I'd like to He August 1976. giving a total of $50,000 necessary -
gel begaln Work to be done this summer County's; school to start a Day Can
Newly Rostocked the other two : : requires, such a Installation of 139 electrical an- board received $234.962 for Instruction Center for some youngsters.
; nodes will cost an estimated transportation, and
;', And Roarranaod "I did not Dinners have been held each
( receipts $4,500, Ruckman. Chairman Nell current expense) this month. Thursday evening: at RJE schoolIn
today Thurday ;
For Your Convenience had known maybe Tucker noted no funds are budgeted The money ..I.'a part of the Reno but this w.ekhaveb.m
have been an just as for that purpose. $55.5 million that Is the first canceled until further notice.A .
there" Lawson good Making a formal request that allocation this fiscal year that special Day Care Center
It Is, If this deal a sewer the council proceed with the cor- Is based on' a survey by the board meeting Is setnexFTu4-
I'm going to be they rlslon protection Ruckman saidIt Department of Education: before day July 18, at 7 pjn. at KJE
very tired ; units would be cheaper In the long July 1 of Minimum Foundation school. The regular board
Slit (! ammutiiti| get rid of toss run to do the entire project at Program Funds. meeting U held each third Monday .
>' iianhA operate. once. But he said he understands Counties will not receive the at 7:30 pun at RJE.
&t.a.lr Noegel Insisted budgetary problems, adding the money until July IS. Local Day Car Officials
to Infer Lawson It's ter Job could be done In parts. Other counties: and there total requested funds from the county;
-.. .... the only bid stated Ruckman also presented the amount of money are: Union and are still hopeful of open. F Ft
4__ selling cars, he Council with two large maps of 73.443) BaMr$121.224.andCla7; tag t the first center her this
NootI (S.. Page ) ( ) the gas system also required un- 338,925. faiL

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I Alice// Faye Sanders Weds h. T c2L-- Heel Cross Fund Summer School

Mr. Thornton on June 23 u Drive PlannedFor t Under Way' Now h'

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SaturdayA High school students are eli
Miss Alice Faye Sanders, Miss Judy Stewart cousin of e gible for summer school at
.daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman the bride, and Miss Sue Sanders one-day fund drive will be Bradford High School accord-
Sanders and Ralph! Allen sister of the bride, were conducted by the Bradford County ing to Bradford High Principle
Thornton, son of Kov. and Mrs. bridesmaids. They wore gowns Red Cross Chapter! witha Charles Francis.
W. J. Thornton, were united In Identical to that of the maid of road block from 9 to 6 Saturday !t. a' Students have to study 60

marriage on Friday, Juno 23, honor only In yellow. They In front of Bradfor'anilfhSchool hours to received the half cre-
in Bethel Baptist Church,-iTev.K. carried a large yellow mum witha on U, S, 301. dit that they work for In a
: L,. Lee, grandfather of the yellow streamer, and wore Volunteer girls will collect tiML v four week summer senior already -
.'. bride performed \the double hats to match tholrgowns, madeof funds, assisted by the Sfarke N under way.
*;. ring) ceremony. eyelet lace.A Auxiliary Police In handling Classes available are math
traffic.Joe Penecost,volunteer social studies, engllsh, science,
.,'. :Decorating tlio altar were reception was held In the chairman, asks the public to i music, physIcal education, and
'.:baskets of white gladioli, blue reception room of the church. support this fund-raising ef- drivers education. In math, cn-
-Carnations: and yellow pompoms The bride's book and a large tort About $400 has been gllsh, and scelnce students can
:against a background of branched white family Bible, a gift to the raised for the chapter wp to L I take the degree of that coursehe
candelabra with lighted tap- bride and groom. date. desires.
ers, magnolias and potted ferns. "Students can still come but
Miss Brenda Cribbs, organist Miss Shirley Llzenbee cousin Clint. Hutcheson Creamer-Clemons will have to make up the time O'Steen.HulseyTo
of the bride, kept the brides have missed," said
presented a progran of that they Wed 17
nuptial music. book. Standing in the receiving! Birthday PartyClint Engagement Francis. Summer School hours Aug

line were the bride and groom, are 8 a.m. to noon.
RIcky Thompson served as the bride's grandparents. Rev. Mrs G H. Bennett HonoredA Hutcheson celebratedhis Mr. and Mrs. James E, Any new students at the high Mr. and Mrs. S, J. O'Steen
best man. Mike Sanders, cou- and Mrs. R. L.Lee her parentsand Creamer of Lawtey announcethe school (9th graders) can study announce the engagement and
sin of \the bride, and Jimmy \the groom's parents; also t 80th Birthday PartyMrs. fifth Saturday birthday\ afternoon anniversarylast with a engagement of their daugh- for next year also.DUPLICATE. approaching marriage of their

Saunders were ushers. Mr. and Mrs. Zane.Brooks,uncle at \the home of his par- ter, Connie Ann, to Allen Dale daughter, Brenda Sue. to Jer-
: and aunt of the bride and party Ilulsey, son of Mr and
G, II. Bennett was hon- daughter, Mrs. Boree; granddaughter ents, from three to five BRIDGE ry
Given in marriage by her the bridal attendants. Innvin of Rock-
Mrs. : Hulsey
Mrs. C. D, Panell
of Mr. .
father\ the bride wore a white ored with a party) given at her o'clock. Clemons, son WINNERS
low neckline dress of organza, The serving table home on N. Cherry Street last and great-grandson, Michael Games were played, and prizes Walter C. Clemons of Hell- Mrs. LucIle Davle and G, G. mart. Ca.
was covered Panell, all of Jacksonville.
afternoon from five won by Julee Wise, Larry bronn Springs.
over taffeta, adorned with lace with a white linen cloth edged Saturday Wrenshall were \the winning cou- The wedding will take place
The honoree
was presented
In observance of Ann Johns, and Lorle
to six o'clock Tues-
daisies and seed pearls, long with white lace ple..at Duplicate Bridge
and centered with an orchid corsage. August 17 at 7:30: p.m. n In the
sleeves .that tapered to the with a three-tiered wedding her 80th birthday\ anniversary. Mrs. Eva: Anderson cut the ney.Assisting Miss Creamer and Mr. Cle- day night where there were five Church of God.
Hostess on this occasion was with \the refresh- of BIIS tables In play. T. A. Sundcm
wrists and a long chapel train. cake decorated in shaded of birthday cake and Mrs. Panell mons are graduates
Her fingertip veil of illusion blue, pink and white and topped Mr. Bennett's daughter, Mrs. ments was Clint's grandmother and Mr. Clemons was presI- and Mrs. Edward Burns were
Randolph Boreo, of Jackson- served punch. Mrs. Grace Beal, of Far- second and Mrs. Rhea Johnson All friends and relatives are
seed Future
of Bradford
fell from a cluster: with a bride and groom. The 35 guests Invited to be dent of
pearls. She carried a nosegayof ville. with Mrs. Bennett Included Ilaml>ton. mers of America. and Mrs. Hilda Dey were invited to attend.DOLLAR .
Pictured above four
pompoms, carnations and Mrs. Doris Stewart, aunt of are gen- members of her Sunday School third.
erations this occasion -
present on
yellow velvet leaves and the bride, cut the cake and Mrs. Mrs. Bennett (seated) class her WMU Circle and
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streamers. David Hodges,couslnof the
groom neighborhood friends.
and standing (from left, her .
assisted. Presiding at the
Attending the bride as maidof punch bowl were Miss MarilynLee
honor was Miss Ruth Roarkof Miss Brenda Osteen, Miss Beta Phi Jan Ritch
Hampton. She wore a floor Pam Durrance Mrs. Wanda Sigma
length\ gown of baby blue organza Cribbs, and Mrs. Gladys Collins Social Set SundayGamma On Dean's List
over taffeta with a fitted bodice fAfter O i

and long sleeves ending at Theta Beta Janice Marian Hitch, daugh-
her wrists. She a short wedding trip the
points over with couple Is residing on North Bay Sigma Phi will hold their July ter of Dr. and Mrs. ThomasG
carried a large blue mum
street, Starke.jksKIPPYAYE1. Summer School Sunday July 16, Ritch, Starke, has made the I
blue streamers. from 3 to S p.m. at the homeof Dean's list at Emory Univer- .

Mrs. John Bradley at Kings- sity. .
ley Lake Driveway 14. Dr. John C.Stephens.,dean I
Members are reminded to of Emory College announced the
) bring articles to 'store for students for the spring quarter v t
I Garage Sale. 1972 that made the list. STORES

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: it's a woman'sby I

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155 W. Call St. Starke WHERE EVERY
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... /++" MARY LEE THOMPSON a'th
4 e < d r B tdlsU 3rJ! tM 'K '
: "Springand
Drastic Reductions .
; On .
$ -JYcufrw. iY.. Do,yon'sometimes: ff f,the
I : j :.. feeling thcrc'iiwonodjraroiknxl\ '

these days but 19-year-old.s?

> Arrivals j Does it seem as though: uilVcrtisinjr Summer'Merchandise

only plays up to the
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to win the youth vote, and
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Bee-
even music and art are created
ler Jr. of Orange Park announcethe
/p ., birth of a daughter Julie only for the teen set? /
A Elizabeth on July 6 in the Well, if you're around the
s,r{ Green Cove Springs Hospital. 40 murk, take heart. Youth is TOP DOLLAR MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP iI I,

Grandparents are Mrs. Orace: not going: to take over our so-

Ritch of Starke and Mr. and ciety. Richard Scammon\ DatedMerchandise Must Go To Make Room ;
Mrs. J. R. Beeler Sr. of Key- author of "The Real Major I

Peanut Ruttor Cookies Are Tops stone. Heights.Mr. and Mrs.. Daniel R, ity"voting and an habits expert, refutes on American the For Exciting New Items. Save Even More

JUKI there dozens of to a peanut butter Crews of Jacksonville' announce claim that the balance of (political -
iis nre ways vary
cookie, there are downs ol reasons for putting peanut butter the birth of a son, Ter- (power has been dras- Now. And Look For New Arrivals Daily!
''cookies at the top of any cookie list. Everybody likes them. rell Ray on July 3 In Memorial tically altered by the young.

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Peanut butter cookies arc nutritionally super. Skippy peanut Hospital, Jacksonville. "The average: axe of the ,
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butter is n rich source of protein and niacin one of the B vitamins Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs American voter in 1972 will n '
Its oil Is a good source of the essential polyunsaturated Graham Crews and Mr. and "
be around 44 or 45, he says Our Clearance
fatty ncids.lYunut Mrs. Claude Morgan. "If tells you that 25 Look. Examples Of Specials. .
Butter Cnoklm: : stir together until blended 1 cup
rrmrKnrino. I cup Skippy pennut butter, 1 cup granulated sugar, Bradford County Hospital announces million potential electors are REG NOW
1 cup firmly packed brown suiinr. Deal In :2! beaten eggs and the tailoring births: under 25, which is true, you
1 teaspoon vnnilln. Sift together :3! '3 cups flour 1 teaspoon can reply that more than 50 Work Gloves 2/1.00/ IO
baking soda and 1 teaspoon salt. Add to peanut butter mixture; Mr. and Mrs. JImmie Ed- million are over 50, which is
stir until well blended. If necessary chill dough until It can ward Patterson, Lake Geneva "
be easily handled Shape Into Inch balls. Place about 2! Inches a daughter, Tammie also true. Thong 59 IO
apnrt on greased baking sheets. Flatten with a floured bottom Louise, July 5. Not only are there twice as
of a glass, or with a floured or dipped In chocolate syrup fork Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pate many people over 50 as thereare Children's Canvas hoes 2/3.00/ I'OO.
making a crisscross pattern. Bake in 350T.( (moderate) oven Gassett, Starke, a son, Jerl- under 25 in the voting __.__
:iKjJo 15 minutes or until lightly browned. Makes 6 dozen (2.inch) .
my Pate, July 8. group, but people in the mid Shoes 2/5.00
;cookies. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Ellx- dle and older years tend to Ladies Dress 1.00
"For Old. 1 Fashioned. Thumbprint Peunut Butter Cookies, make Lake Butler, a son, July
son turn out in greater numbersat
V-Wimll indentation Into each ball of dough with thumb. After 11. Ladies P.P. Blouses 2.00 1.00
the polls.Some 70 to 75
cookies are baked and still warm, press again with thumb. per-
Cool then fill Indentations with jelly or jam. cent vote at the age of 60
To turn out Peanut usher Sprits, put the dough through a of Ocala where only 45 to 50 percent Ladies Skooter Skirts 2.00_1.00
B, Thompson -
cookie press. Dip the ends of the baked cookies In melted Mrs. W. turn out at ape 21.So, middle-
chocolate. I was convalescing at the age Americans have substan- Girls Shorts 1.00 50
homo of her parent*,Mr.
..Kids especially like double good peanut butter cookies. Make
tial clout.
;';,:them bought by) with sandwiching peanut butter.together two cookies (homemade or I Mrs. Leo to Saturday Champion after, last major Wednesday The real question, however, Boys Short Sleeves Pullover 1.11 50

I surgery. Is not whether you have political -
power but how you use Boys Dress Shirts 2.22 2.00

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-"'- it. Fortunately! most mature

M Y .:' atlh" voters keep do study up with the curkentevents.They recqrdsand Men's Knit Pullovers 3/5.00/ 1.00Men's

II listen to speechesand Dress Shirts '2.00 I.O
write their congressmento

r let him know their opinions. Men's Swim Wear 2.22 50
Betty & Bert'sCraft "Your ballot box is painted

red white, and blue, and it's
marked U.S. MAIL," wrote Look Extra Specials Thursday Thru Monday
Shop j Congressman, Morris K. Udall

of Arizona in a letter to his Specials
'I.VY'.211 IN KEYSTONE NEW SNOWS constituents. He and other REG NOW

.CLASSESTO : congressmen how you would need Jike to to know see T.V Tray Tables 1.00 77*

things done., After all it's
your tax dollars they're spending Table Napkins 3/1.00_51.00/
*NY AGE GROOP I IN : and you can help to shape

CANDLE MAKINGJEWELERY''IAKING and control America's future Shaker Pitchers 2/1.003/1.00/ /
by letting you voice be heardin -

Washington.Mr. Window Cleaner _311.04/1.00

DECOUPAGE and Mrs. James P. Fabric ,Finish .3/1.004/1.00/ '
MACRAMEFor O'Brian of Fort Walton Beach
have moved to the home of her Facial Tissues .
Information concerning the time and date clasies be. grandmother Mrs. V.rgla 41.00 61.00

Call & Bert' .473-3763. have full lineaf Barksdale. at Hampton Lake
gin Betty *. They a and are working at Barktdale

material needed inmost croft. Theatre this summer.
Check Our Posted New Pricing Policy

Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. Jimmy were Lawsonof recent Which Saves You More Than Ever Before !

visitors of Mr. and Mrs.Wayne

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zjcppg CJ(0CU! ffiu\J(0CW.l\ Backyard Tips For Better Chefs Steaks Given Voter Drive Slated

August 12 from 8:30 8
Several areas In Bradford : ajm. to
Do County will be open for voter p.m. plus the regular hours

Mary Mussollne and Mar: Mr.and Mrs. Clayton' Donald- you when always cook get steaks good results on- steaks that are thicker than registration for the September Persons who have resided In
Paula you three-fourths of an Inch.A primary Neva Flynn.Bradford Bradford County; for 60 days by
Petruce of Hazleton. Pa 10 son and daughter Vicki, of your outdoor grill? says -
are with and Snappy Roll-Up Snacks County; Supervisor of Elect- September 12, 1972 or those who
Mrs. John Troy, Ala. were Fourth of July Dr. Robert L. Reddish,meats flank steak, scored marinated Ions. will be 18 by that date will be
D. Mussollne I at
weekend guests of Mrs. Myrtle specialist. Florida Cooperative
or tenderized eligible to reslgers.!
by other
Voters In
Crystal Hampton
Lake. can register
Young and family. Mrs. Young\ Extension Service
means, makes "If have not registered
a good and economical across the street from the you
has this week Mrs. some of the about
as guest questions
please do at earliest
Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Nor- Glennle Peacock of Crestview. steak frequently asked by back- steak for the out- Christian Church on every Tues- your
door A opportunity. Even
grill. small through registration -
piece of
man have returned from a three yard chefs. day and Thursday starting July
weeks tour of the Alps Jura Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Smith How can you keep a steak pork in or beef fat can be placed 18-August 10 from noon to 8 p.m. has Increased
and Dolomite Mountains of and family of Memphis, Tenn. from curling during cooking? the center and the steak Theressa voters register a- considerably!) I would like to reach
' Europe, a cruise on the Rhine are spending two weeks at Slash the fat edges of the rolled around the fat and secured cross from the Community; Cen- those who have not yet registered -
River and a visit In Amster- r t Klngsley Lake. meat before cooking, Lr.) Red- When with round toothpicks, ter on Tuesday and Thursdays for I do' not like to see them
dam and London. dish advises. steak Is carved, the from noon to 8p.m.on some datesas dlssappolnted on election day,"

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith How often should a steak be carver can slice between the Hampton. says Mrs, Flynn.FABCIIMATIIMQ.
Mr. and Mrs. James toothpicks and make individual Voters In Brooker
Bar- of WUilston spent the weekend turned during cooking? an registration
ron spent the long Fourth of t with their son-in-law, and Turn it once, the meats specialist serving of pin-wheel takes place at City Hall every
July weekend with Mr.and Mrs. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Marc recommends. Broil until steaks or steak-on-a-stlck. Saturday from July 15 August
J. C. Gilbert and I. B. Burton Jackson. brown Charcoal briquets should be 12 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
on one side turn It.
In Orlando. and continue cooking the other at least six Inches from the Lawtey voter registration ,?tJ

Mr. and Mrs. O, C. Stray- side. Turn the steak with tongsto steak. Coals should be burned station is at the City Hall Tues-
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Alvarez horn of Wildwood were Sunday keep from piercing It. Ja down until they have a uniform days and Thursdays July 18 -

of Ocala were weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M. F, bblng a steak with a fork cau- flame A and white appearance. August 10 from 1-5 p.m. .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hazen. ses a loss in juices and, consequently few green hickory nuts,green In Starke at the Court House,
Prevatt and Mr. and Mrs. Harold twigs, or chips of oak or hic- persons can register on Thurs- x
a loss In
Alvarez. Mrs. J. B. Fender and Miss should you salt flavor. kory will add a different and days and Saturdays August 3-
r a steak'or to- By
kcq* $h:,' Lucy Erwin of Greenwood and fore after grilling" also desirable flavor than just
Mrs. Curtis Edwards and Mrs. John Page of St. Augus Salt each after grilling. This charcoal alone. Man StabbedIn ESTON JORDAMr
daughter of Meridian. Miss. tine visited Mrs Marion>yer Is Important says Dr. Red- Dr. Reddish final bit of

visited Mrs. Edwards' parents, last week. dish, because the seasoning advice: Nevor keep good steak

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dukes, may draw the flavoiful juices waiting. Fracas
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy
last week. to the surface and slow the
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles browning
1 Francis and children attendedthe process.: Williams Names Jeff Robinson was stabbedIn
Mrs. Verglo Barksdale What is the test for done-
returned 4. Mattox the upper chest Saturday BASKETBALL
family reunion at
Monday from a ten days Strickland's Landing Sunday. ness? Campaign Treas.Arthur night during a domestic fracas WITH .L".tR.41' ?
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Use a sharp knife to cut a at his house on Cooper The f.isi Ramp of linxki'lb/ill./ 4H!

Bowen In Boiling Springs, N.C. '..,;yea Miss Anne Haynes Is visit- slit In the steak. Cut near the of Street In Reno. it U played lodny by (this r,>llrK p.
bone Bruno
If ,
there is If mayor
one. Ardley was In the kitchen find |rof''snioiul "',11111<, with
ing her brother-in-law and
R. L, Morgan Sr. returned color Inside is red It's Hampton has been named cam-
sister, Mr. and Mrs. when Robinson fired a shot five men to each side in I !ituitpdifferent
Wednesday after Bobby Pink is medium Brown Is paign treasurer for Frank
several weeksin well
Welch at Fort Walton Beach from a .32 caliber pistol Into from the j.tm UN it wall
Putnam Memorial Hospital Interested in snack Ideas which are attractive, nutritious and for several weeks. done. Williams, candidate for the new the floor and Ardley retallia- originated!: in Dip e.rly.1R1Vs.'!(: At
for observation and treatment. ea y to make?Try Hearty Party Stick, a versatile recipe which Broil a one-inch steak a total District 25 House of Represen- ted, stabbing Robinson. that I limo. c.ii-li. ir.mi was allowed )
incorporate theMe hi hly tlpxirable of 10 to 25 minutes, turnIng tatives comprising Bradford,
feature Basic to this Misses Both were charged with disorderly mm pliiycrs. Wow. they
recipe ill convenient: Cheez Whiz-known Phyllis and Joyce it about Clay, and the northern half of
for its smooth tex midway during the
Mrs. L. A. Canova had as conduct by fighting by would be Hl'iniblini nil ov,'r with
Meng '
ture and excellent spreading and melting qualities. Cheese are visiting M.. and cooking period. The shorter St. Johns Counties.
weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. videw Rood( protein nutrition, which In an Important considera pro. Mrs. W. M. Meng in St. Petersburg the cooking time, the :The Community; State Bank Officer Scotty Rhoden. othri if Ibis w.is"" Hlill (llu/ rule
James Otto of Seminole. Mr. tion i if a snack ix to supplement rather than detract from your for several days. tender the meat will be. more. of Starke! has been designated Robinson was taken to the It was smm, dimiivrml that the
and Mrs. G. Carl Alderman basic meals. Bradford County Hospital an game could move !f.ixicr with
of Baltimore, Md. are spendIng Hearty Party Sticks are colorful an well UH delicious, with Mrs. J. D. Hodge Sr. and across Why should meat be sliced Williams' campaign depository. ambulance and was releasedthe h'"" l.i\ers| The, rule .rn.kers!
the ?
several weeks with Mrs. U !xtnus-nn rooking in required! They're ready to eat as Mrs. Loralne Ruehl and daughter. grain Contributions may be sent to next morning.The fniKlly derided, lli.il only five
Canova and relatives, and quickly as you can spoon the cheese spread on the salami and Shannon of Palatka were Carving across the grain the Frank Williams Campaign time of the Incident was 1'1,1)1'1'8'nulll Ie l .illowtl on 'the
it around the gives uniform
Miss Jullanne Alderman of wrap Knocks" you'll think bread of countless Htirk. Once ways you've to tried them these tasty Wednesday visitors of Miss serving slices and the for attractive P. O. Box 1063, Starke. Saturday night at 10:45.: men's 'li'.mi. but women h.itr six
nerve with meat
Baltimore is a for a Mammle McCutchen emit Of ,, the
guest soups, salads or as additions to your favorite buffet menus. Madge Mlddleton. is easier to eat. repor- to team rau'xe
week. They all attended the llrurly Party Slick Dr. Reddish offers a few other First Woman ted the fighting to the police. rules lire iliffrnnl, Tin wompn
Alderman family reunion at Cheez Miss Leona Bush of Mobile, ire not nllnwcd 'to tnixM the ccn.
Whiz Pasteurized Process suggestions on
Palatka on Sunday. Cheese Spread Salami slices Ala. Is visiting Mrs. Vergie steaks. charcoaling Mayor ElectedAt 53 Attend ""vr line, hut the men move from
Bread sticks Flynn this week. dm iMid of the court: to the other
Mr. and Mrs. R. Bruce Alderman Spoon the cheese spread on the salami; wrap around bread Lake ButlerFor with Hip' ball.Tlii .

and four children of ticks. Mrs. Edward Hudson and Mrs. Select a steak with a few tin McKinneyReunion "' "iuli'K of bnskrllmll have
Baltimore. Md. for flecks called marbling, with the first time 1 its history .
are guests Ruth Hawkins of Atlanta spent ih.utni'd; rand so h.ivo the I limes.We
several days of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. N. Christy and Mrs., Mrs. J. S. Sapp Is visiting the weekend with Mrs.Hudson's will add juclness and flavor Lake Butler has a woman Kl>'iy in sl>"|> wlih iln/ times In
George Canova at Kingsley Bill Harrington and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren mother, Mrs. Nelson Green and also prevent the steak from mayor. our '",..nll'JlM Wr IMII; Ix'llor serve
Lake, and other relatives. spent Sunday to Wednesday at; In Waycross, Ga.for two weeks. and family. drying out so much. A thin layer Mrs. Margie Cason was selected our ciiHtumriH' liy nhviiyi' looking -
Disney World. of fat around the inside for the post at an organ- Fifth-three friends and re forward Slop| l Iy today for
Mrs. Thelma Nolan of Jack- Mike Darby, who Is employedwith edge helps steak retain its izational meeting of the Lake latives attended the McKinney some (iitndly novice.e5AEKf .
Rcmvlllo was the weekend !miest! Mr. and Mrs. George W. Cessna Aircraft Corp. In ConsumersWant shape, cuts down shrinkage, Butler City Council last week. Family reunion In Graham on
of Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Brown were weekend guests Vietnam, la visiting his mo- and adds to the appearance of She Is deputy; clerk In the office Sunday, July 2.
Mrs. J. W. Klncald. of Mr. and Mrs. L. M, ther, Mrs. Charles Darby for to Knowby the charcoal-broiled steak. If of Union County; Clerk of the
Stoner In Ocala. two weeks. MARGARET SPADER time, the budget and other con- Circuit Court and was recently The reunion was held on the
ditions elected to a second term on the of the late John
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore Olrtetor of Coniumir Affairs permit one thick char- place
of Atlanta last A National coal-broiled steak for 2 3 council.In and Bonnie McKinney. Relatives -
were guests Mrs. J. Ryder of Miami Association of Manufacturers or
Mr. and
Mrs. Shiver
W. T.
week of Mr. and Mrs. George the weekend people Is preferred to a small that election John Dekle, attended from as far awayas r Oe1DA
was guest of Mrs.
K. Bennett at Klngsley I Lake. J. E. Wilson. of Jennings were weekend la there a safe insecticide for thin steak for each person. Bet who has been serving as mayor, Winter Haven Tampa, and
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul rliminatina cockroaches ter results usually will be obtained won re-election and Bill White Fort Myers. USiaiMORTHPHONE
Mrs. Gene Pass enrolled Local admittances to Bradford Raymond.Mr. The United States Depart by charcoal broiling was successful In his bid for a 9647501Plymoulh
Monday In the X-ray Technician County Hospital this week ment of Agriculture suggests seat on the council.
and Mrs. W. II. Noll-
Class at the Gainesville Med include: W. M. Adklnson Bir- three insecticides that controlall .
man spent the weekend with
die Dean Allen, Mrs. Ruth
ical Center.
Shanbarger, D. II. Loper, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Dawkins types of cockroaches effectively

Dr. and Mrs. Barney McRaeand Myrwln Long Calvin Henley, In Jacksonville : diazinon, mala-

family of Lake-City spent Emma. cUb;, ; ,r, J,Pebra ,Sue thion, and ronnel.hew STARKE
&last week at Klngsley Lake. Kite 4.Mrs., Mary M. PhIl- Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr., and I
the chemicals
lips, StarkerMrs ,Mary Woody Mrs. Charles Darby and-son" dangucrniiB/' are *
1 rf'" Mr. and WI.. M. i A1.':'Baldwin. Hawthorne;' 0.- J." Anders, Mike, visited Mrs. C. W. Chal- used,in insecticides I r

Jr. and Mrs. Baldwin Sr. had Lawtey- ?;f Mrs- Irene Dillon, Lake ker In the Alachua General It's i imiwrtant to take the

as guests during the weekend, Butler; Jacob Tipping, Key- Hospital Tuesday afternoon.Mr. time to read labels before you
Miss Ginger Baldwin of the stone Heights; Mrs. Jeanette purchase these products.
University of South Florida, Rahme and Diane Chasteen and Mrs. T. E. Herndon When the word CAUTION

Jim Montuora, Beach,Mr. Hampton. of Valdosta, Ca. were Sun- appears on the label, that
and Mrs. Douglas Baldwin and day guests of Mrs. Pearl Ed- means the product has low

family of Inverness, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk wards. toxicity. If the word WARNING
J. H. Hall and daughters and spent last week with relativesIn is the label that
Mrs. V. R. Bracewell of Gaines Knoxvllle Term., and in Atlanta Mrs. Bill Collins of Jenkins- on prod
uct should be handled with
ville. attending the baseball series burg Ca. Is visiting her parents -
between the Atlanta Draves !Mr. and !Mrs. H. W. more care. When a skull and
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Norman and Chicago Cubs, and the. Townsend, and also Mr. and crossbones symbol appears on
are vacationing In the Smoky' Braves and Pittsburg Pirates. Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Jr. this the label, that product should
Mountains and Nashville, 'Term week. not be used in the home. All

this week. !Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reddish chemicals and insecticides
and family were weekend Bill McClane and children
should be kept out of reach
Mrs. Julian Mcliae underwent guests of :\11'. and !Mrs. Donald of Jacksonville visited his of children.
surgery Monday In Alachua Hazen In Lakeland and also grandparents, ...Ir.and Mrs.
General Hospital. visited Busch Gardens. George Flynn Sr., Sunday. Can insecticides/ be used

where, food is prepared like
Mrs. Sandra I Kliemnnandson<: Sheriff and !Mrs. P. D. Red- William B. Scoggins was on in the kitchen
Louis, of Melrose, Mass spent dish attended the Sheriffs: convention the Dean's Mst at TSf: for the /
the first of last week with Mr. In Clearwater last spring quarter They should not be used on Coming Through

and Mrs. Jimmy Chasteen. Tuesda to Fridaj.I '. surfaces used for food or in

".....,..,..,..,..,,.,."".........'..'..'..'..'.v..'.*.'.,'..*..'..'..'.-'..'..'.-'.........,..,-....-....,...,.............,............,....,..,....,.,..,...., .......n.........................!.b.!..!..!..!.!.!._ :Mrs. L. .\. Taylor Jr. and food the storage areas. Try of to cockroaches locate .> .. .. <"! .
:: daughters of Jacksonville are hiding places -
visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Merritt and other insects.

I \\llllams thiS week. They like dark places, under

the fink and drainboard in FOR
:\11'. and :Mrs. P. D. FancherJr.
rr around or underneath
I ICARRYCOO1 attended the Shriner's Cara-
cabinets behind baseboards
II N van June 30-Jul' 4. at Bulow
111 1 11 Ruins near Dagler Beach. They shelves and window frames.
N also attended the Camper's Caravan An ordinary household spray

Ii::1 j So light it has it's own carrying. handle. it meeting in Jacksonville pun or a pressurized can will YOU WITH

11! goes anywhere-only 43 Ibs, .11 last Wednesday night help| in penetrating these out- YEARENDJ
i of-the-wny places.
: 4000 BTU/HR :: Sheriff and }Mrs. P. D. Red-

dish and :Mr. and :Mrs W. E.
Title had dinner at the Pi J
rate's Cove In Gainesville:Monday THE BRADFORD

.1 y? I: night celebrating :Mrs.Red- COUNTY TELEGRAPH
SUM &TRIMMOLDED dish's birthday and :Mr. and PRICESOn

CARRYING :Mrs.\ Tlllej's silver wedding Pnbllibed every Thnradar Z Z

HANDLE annlversaOt a' 13S W. Call 84rwtStarke.

Florida 32091
115 VOLT. 7 AMPS x :Mrs.\ Marvin Andrews of

AUTOMATICTHERMOSTAT Ozark, Ala spent last week Second elnu portage paidal
with her son-in-law and daughter
jI : :Mr. and :Mrs. R. O. Dansb Slarke. Florida
I FAST INSTALLATION 11 N )'. SuhscrlpUoai' Rates

la trade area $3.00 per
Mrs. Jimmy Walker and 1972
daughter, Cindy, of Fort Lauderdale year; ILLS six mooUJi. New CarsSee
:: are visiting her par- Outalde trade area: (I&M

1O VIAM LCXAM f: :::s: ents Mr. and :Mrs J. H. :Mon- per year; S3.09 il> month
REPLACEMENT ::::: crief, this week.

ral' EKctrlo 11
LEXAN* outdoor caMl | :::
carry S ,Ion year part It.i V::: NOTICE :
and) Mrvlc* labor }
II }
r Dlac m nt warrantyagatnst I
manufacturing ?+: II I
dafccta I ---. ---,- ALLEDOI\\ WRITEUPS\\




SAWYER Your Cooperation Will Be Appreciated Deal Of Your Life

Slade Air Conditioning Bradford County Telegraph COMPLETE SERVICE FACILITIES & PARTS DEPARTMENT

332W. Madison Phone 964.7101> : Highway 301 North Starke. Florida

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JulY 13. 1972 TeleBraDh Paxe.3 Sect Aca

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Beef Prices Too High? '''''.,"... "-:I')' I Temple ToRun For Superintendent

There Are 2 Sides To Coin riII..1". 1f"\, ,. : -- jm.agencies .

GAINEVILLE_ Arc beef prices this period of Urn their costs r Jim Temple, of Brooker, resigned young tion. people through educa- must become >part of dered."With my background and dedication -

too high q on the. farm have Increased ,:' Tuesday as principalof "I believe that changed can the eucational planning team. to public education I
You may, think to, but let's 125 percent and wages have .. Buchholz High School In and will produce an effective "To achieve this goal J. wise feel that I can make meaningful -
look at both sides of the story. mote than doubled Cunha Gainesville and announced his
Dr. that will bring the
Beef educational system that accomplishes : use of the financial resources changea
prices are higher at the says. Intention to qualify Wednes i iI full locus.I .
the primary target. To of the county; must be demonstrated primary target Into
store but not at the farm, Dr. So why do people blame eat day In Starke as a candidate achieve this goal we must all and the human resources am therefore announcing: my
Tony Cunha, chairman of the tlemen for high beef prices? r for Bradford. County Superintendent work together. Parents, students of the system must be candidacy for Superintendent of
Department of Animal Science, In 1950 the U. S. Consumer of Public Instruction. teachers, civic organisations placed in areas where the most Public Instruction of Bradford
university; of Florida, points spent 2.7% os his disposable His resignation was accepted and all governmental effective service can be ran- County.; "
out. Income on beef. Today he Is by the Alachua School
Pr.; Cunha the American Board. - -
says spending 2.5% and buying twiceas -- - -
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consumer can buy almost twice much beef. Twenty :years In order to make the race
as much beef for one hour's ago they spent 24% of their Income I against Incumbent Supt. Tom
work as he could 20 years ago for food -- today It Is Casey, Temple requested and
In 1950,one hour's labor broughtL7 15.6% or about 2/3 as much was granted a personal leave
Ibs. of beef. Today It buys But the world average Is 60% from August 8 to September
3.3 Ibs. of beef. And today's of their Income for food -- Dean JohnsTo 15, In order to campaign.. p1th"ffL1a
:beef has more uniformity and or almost 4 times as much as The resignation was necessary -
:quality. This has occurred In the U. S, This means that low Serve because some members

spite of the fact that the AmerIcan cost beef and food, In relationto of the Alachua board would not / ..IIINNn. __
consumer has increased Income, Is one big reason 2-Yr. MissionElder agree to let Temple remainas 0 1 tlr: The
;beef consumption twice as for the high standard of living principal while conductinga ...,. o. "
'much as during the past 20 In the U. S. Yet the consumer Charles political campaign. I :/ /1"
::)ears. Beef consumption per always seems to blame the Dean Johns, The 43-year-old has
;:capita was 56 Ibs. In 1951 and farmer for price Increases at graduate at Bradford Hlgt been principal In several In announcing Ms candidacy
to now 115 lbs.Cattlemen the store. was called for a two year mission schools of Bradford County! T..mn1n nald. "Through years
\ have waited 20 It seems the American consumer In Japan be Jesse Bran- incluulng Bradford High School of successful experience, Ihave r
;years for today's cattle prices feels that beef shouldnot Branch son, president of the Star'te Starke Junior High, Lawtey, diligently labored in the poetic MAGIC CHEF *
.;toreach tho approximate level exceed a certain price at of the Church of Jesus and Brooker. He Is also pas- schools of Florida to bring
:they were In 1951. But during the market. But everything Christ of LatterdaY'lnts. tor of the Brooker Baptist about genuine, realistic, and
has Increased more than food Johns attendedSanta Fe College Church. lasting changes in the lives of 111 GAS itrr-ur MBMOVAM.I TOP

4 For example, rents are 58% and has been employed by RANGE Clean wiincut no ottilfuolion imtor Durnw .
On. FSU higher, public transportation, E. I, DuPont.
is 125% higher' and medical Johns will report to the Mission
Dean's List costs are 128% higher. Food Home In Salt Lake City,
prices at the store have Increased Utah j August 12, after visitingpoints
Four Starke students were 48% and the big part of Interest on the trip
among' more than 2.600 at Ho- of this Increase Is due to higher there with his family..
rda| State University who labor, higher transportation Alter five days In Salt Lake W aY t th -"- -" .
the Dean's and other costs once food City, Elder Johns will fly to li
earned a spot on
products leave the farm. Part Hawaii, to the church university +
which ended
List in the term MOVABLE ova DOOM
of the increased cost is also for two months at .
June 10..Local. s study L tt you etoan lh door" Ihft
due to the fact that beef Is now the language before assignment f'r ama
processed and sold In cello- to the East Japan Mission -
students are: John G. .
phane packages and Individually vF I''
Hamilton 436 N. Walnut. St. Lea
; President
Bransoo ,
where this that
priced, as was
William B. Scogglns, 1732 E.
calls are made by the
the 20 Dr. Prophet
case years ago : ,
Call St., Martha E. Sinclair,
Cunha points out. of the Church, President Joseph F=a
1508 E. Call St., and RobertJ. Fielding Smith I
There is note from
.. Thornton, Rt, 1 Box 412, one optimistic applications submitted -
on the horizon, Dr. Cunha says. by
all The of Starke.Dean's List, printed "The present price of beef will members who are found worthy. ": .
several weeks following the end not continue Indefinitely because At Wit present time there L.I._ ,''J I i,I IOMIDI OVIN Why
there are now 67e to Vf/o are approximately 8,000 mis- i.+. should mmmt preparation tot aI
of final exams for each quarter, more cattle on feed than there sionaries serving In the United I two or lhf.*lp alt..,'
-is honor roll for students
an were last year. When they come States and foreign countries. I I
achieving overall academic to market and beef production Both single men and women as II
average of A or B during the I l
increases further,prices will well as husband and wife teams
period of study Involved.
are serving missions.
decrease, he
says. Dr. Richard Yennle demonstrates' acupuncture to 18 chiro-
practors. Dr. Dobson, third from right In photo, attendedthe $209 ??
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meeting for training for service In the Starke area. 1

I L HI Local Chiropractor

I Learns AcupunctureStarke Slade Gas And Appliances

Chiropractor D, E. that was alleviated through acupuncture -
Dobson visited a class devotedto lie learned the art and 332 W. Madison St. Phone 964.1701Jiorkia

the use of acupuncture, with has practiced it ever since.
18 other doctors from throughout -
Florida Saturday.
I The class was taught by Dr.
Richard \ennlc, president of
the Acupuncture Society of

America. RantA1Slarte
Acupuncture Is the 5,000yearofd
Chinese art of healing. Its''
around the stlmu ,. .." ..
use revolves rlll'.T t' .i"*** *', .. 'yi
lation of the 100 acupuncture \
I' .
points of'the'human"body- I. STARKE, FLORIDA nut
nle said.
The Chinese define health as'
this normal circulation of the
life forces When a deficiency
or an excess of these forces
I occur Illness Is present. Acupuncture -
1 1t speeds the forces to gv

aid said.in the healing process, he 1'TINE

Style 881 $229.01)Sile ( ) Acupuncture has gained rapid __
acceptance In this ccuntry in
I .Iust the last several months,
I T'' but it Is nothing new to Euro- 30 1912
t Special pean physicians, he added. 2,981,541.18
Doctor Dobson said he is .
this art for the "57' 391..84ResD
a learning peo- urces .. .10 '
I ple of Starke and local area . . 6 80.86
and not just for himself. -
Savingson .
Dobson Is going to Japan to . . .
learn acupuncture with the 18 . -
other men who plan to go. DisCOl1nlsute; lIL F ixlures. . . -
"When you go to a medicaldoctor's and FutnOUS .. '. .. .
Loans. e, .
office with an illness, . _
I 'LAI he will symptoms.give you Chiropractorstry drugs to help Banking\ c.%penses .. -. )C\: .06
your 8\,
.. ,
to get to the cause," said Ptepa\ esoutces and . _
I II .
Other '
Interest 813,210.24
t: Style 884$189,00. "When the needles are usedas Accrued b1e 1, .
a source of stlmulalon, the Receient .
/ RECL1NA I II la non-existent. But need- income Govetn .. . .. 2g4,42S.7Securities ; <\ ,' .. .
Stile 849.3169.00 pain .
f' () US. 1.,, : /. '
I les are not always employed. .. .l Jv' ,
\ Electrical stimuli, mechanical nment .. .. --.

I t Iri\A /, pressure or even simple HUB of Go Securities. .1,237,011.55 '- : '. ,. ,
ROCKER manipulation with the fingerare Ag and .

,3 I often called for' in the Florida County . '>'21669.00 6,623,468.15. .
.; treatment process said Jen :

I I' I nle.The chiropractors who took ,6t4,212.\ ; : -::9., ;1.94 .

I II Ir part in the da-long sessionare :

now all certified by the 'Securities ,
her .
.. Acupuncture Society!; practice p..nd .. .
I "y and
its application. The are slated on .. "
No chair does .
as much: I Cash m
i for a tour of Japan In the fall 3an\\ts :
=, /for Dad as a Reclina 1 b
,' Rocker by La-Z-Bo)'. Itrecline I to further their studies. Due Li
'I' Dr. Jennie Is a Kansas City, 00000.00
naturally, eaulvAll ; 3
the way from upright I Mo.! chiropractor who uses s' 000.00
I. ) 891)() J149.(1O( () to full recline Ir acupuncture in his practice, .: :7qa',0'21.\5; 1,4031942.61Capital
= : bring\ up its lull p.uklcj \\hile serving as an Interpretor Stock : .; ,, .-
.i, foot rent with fingertip Jt11C t I Si6 19..OC during the Tokyo War Crime ; . ,, .. 25x316.71
: control. .And it even I Trail he suffered a back injury 186.921.b "oO -
SurP\U -
1 I r rock LI.iJ to ......p. There Incurred during judo lessen ded profits . -oO .oO -
are many imitation, hut just \Jndiv\ tot ())06.56
I 175,
I one I I..-./-l+oy. .And right -. Rese tde ies -g tinLoans . .

,: now,one there Li-are oO. Q 22
;I. ii more than usuul'ialues.tie Cool or bud driving! rum o.
hue .\\iJe range, of Reserve C 1.. '
in families
Fathers with tOncome ;' 869,111.943,7931531.70
L.I- /; -leovRcchners.lt .oO :; 26,749'\7 S 9
numerous traffic violations/ '
... \n\etes\ .
savings/ Jirect from L Z Boy j/ q- d.- -
tend! to have with similar
sons -
''f( record: according}! to studies # Demand;Qep. sits. :_ i.

.I ,y"" made at two Michigan[ uniersitle OepOSAre \\S "

1, I II \' *. The home environment \ Time

seems to play a much ,
more important role in shap
Style 839t199,00
I Style 846-S229.0Q ing the habits of a young,

I driver than the external forces

of society! ever can. Be aware
I of your driving habits some
to I II one may be copying you I
;;le Denmark Furniture Co. Of'Starke I II II

II I A record 2.7 million tons of

II I wrasn wood fiber most of It once

II I m burned or used as land fill

will be recycled by Georgia- Member Federal Deposit -Inaurance Corp.
I Pacific In 1972. for the making -

I tea W.-ULI IT. t MOM. fe/.!gr *TAIIKI. FLORIDA I of paper, boxboard, other Subsidiary 01 Florida National Banks Of Florida, Inc..
paper-composed products, and

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tiS zaleas And Camellias -
4 School
Report Should Not Be Cut NowTwo The:-American-: Red-! CroH.

Finds Little FaultThe of Florida's most popu- etonize a leaf and cause an unsightly :-w=:

v lar plants -- camellias and condition. In order to
--Good purchasing procedures azaleas -- are producing buds control slugs and snails which
3S Bradford County School were followed and a cen- now for next year's flowers. feed at night, It is suggestedthat It reallyworks. MMt w.M s n.M 0M MM:p...,tor eq p6.. M$75,1.1 mOo.orohnou.k
Board spent a total of $4,062- tralized The Florida Nurserymen and you use a bait of Meta- $.,, .,rw 3S-5. unNl I.e SCUT Ir.$5.55. LN.,Mf p.r.ulp.rn..+.
purchasing department
,... ..., .
fiscal end- M on. .d. p./n./ fi..l .L.M Is>twl or er n1 oprI's5
819 during the year was in operation. Growers Association warns that Idehyde. If you do not like baits, MpM.Min..f ell. Amn.N pneu.on.nil,. Aanwtl rIveutt.n
I. LY,. "f tiff s5 Ing June 30,. 1971, according to --An insurance register was If you prune these plants now, try a dust or spray for pest av."ape,.,.. Ir.1.n,Afr.Mk. Optttral Snum, HMrMM. OttlonMCon
:o an audit report Issued by State be sacrificing next control problems on your Dm OvmiwlIrol $ P.u.. pnuur.Control/ Choo>* ?>- ..Control ChooMMulllo
you may .
kept, and insurance coverage .. .,
SUMMER I AWfcxmomooovl 1..p.N r o/ If- poOMulll-Pow orxcinio
: Auditor General Ernest Elli was purchased by competitivebids. spring's flowers, as they begin plants. n.d urns..,.. n..e4p.N na..o.Flarllu .,.-.
.:.:: son in Tallahassee. to set buds in late June. Your home grounds will gainin Eqnlpmaiitunnat mmi ;U.M
NURSERY ::::: Federal funding accounted for Camellias and azaleas shouldbe value and you will be happy Help it. *** i-n*u i. :: 17.2 percent of that total; state --Transportation procedureswere sprayed for red spider at with a better appearing place.
aid provided 68.48 per cent; generally adequate and this time. Use Kelthane at the -

and local taxes supplied 12.31 bus route mileage verified by rate specified on the bottle.A .
Fill 4I1JLb. per cent. the Department of Education. light application of fertilizer -

::: At 'the School Board meeting Cost and Maintenance recordswore may encourage the growth
and bud set on azaleas and
not kept for each vehicle.
FRASERII bers here seemed Tuesday to morning think the, mem-audit Schools were charged for use camellias.
than of buses in connection with your plants
1 to 3ft.. I: was otherwise more,.and complimentary Supt.Tom Casey school activities''' other than and citrus during this month
1% transporting students to and for heavy infestations of white-
4.98VIBURNIUMS agreed. from school. The Board has a- fly. When you see the files
Member Charles Sawyer, referring dopted a plan for systematic swarming around the plant, do
to the section on Inter- ONE OR THE OTHER.
replacement of buses. not spray. Walt about 10 to 12
I nal Control and Records Internal control over cash days. The larvae will be hatch-
that a list of fixed assets be
ing and If Malathlon
was generally adequate. Inter- you use or
prepared and updated annually
I to 3ft. Dlazinon you can control the
nal control over fixed assets,
that show fixed
so Casey can !a
assets item at a value in the Including tangible personal property -
4.98 I financial showed weaknesses in Australian Silk Oak is wide-
annual reportt.Casey
ly planted throughout Florida.It
some areas. Records and pro-
r# pointed out that P.T. the Is not one of the best shade
.1 BOX WOOD Nolin has been given that assignment cedures used in recording
acquisition of property except trees, but It grows rapidly.
as extra duty. has
1 to 3 ft. for motor vehicles, were good. Sometimes a problem developson
I : finished at the Brooker, Hampton his
tree for which there is
Eight buses had been purchased
: and Lawtey schools, and
: : no known cure or cause. This
4.49SHADE Bradford Middle School,and has which had not been entered on
condition Is known
as external o
: the property records.
j now about completed the list at There were no control accounts bleeding. The bleeding Is, in
TREES $ the Vo-Tech Center. for fixed-assets. The fact, a resinous, gummylikesap f
:borne of the made
: comments
I All Kiiuls< To Choose 111i by the State Auditor were: required annual inventory of amber in color and solidified e
property had not been made, In a few days. Many a r
hum 4.99 : -Expenditures were kept person has been taken by unscrupulous -
:.tii within budgeted am junta and and minutes did not show any
: 1 i were for purposes and activities action involving disposal of pro- con men offeringto Model 38GS 36,000 Btu's Model 38GR 36.OOO Btu's
.tis perty. No records had been control this problem. Don't
authorized by law. established for land and believe these con men, for as
I j1 --Education improvement buildings. stated before there, is no con-
pense funds were received and trol for the problem and It does
It expended In accordance with the --Minutes were kept CENTRAL AIR
approved State Department of and appeared to reflect official no harm to the tree, says theNursel''men's
actions except as noted Assn.
Education plan. above. Buford Ilollv Is an excellent

s I; Snxlttnnlrlakk : ornamental It makes a for shrub Florida, small homes.tree, Great Outdoor Units for Quiet

tAww I Injuries Fatal kk r
back to Buford Holly Is its Dependable Cooling Choose NOW for
susceptibility; to tea scale.
To Cap Westfall is the white growth on the underneath
side of the leaf that IMMEDIATE Installation at Special
:: :
: : ;:: -
: urm mi.11 rt.3'iIff.'fjlj" looks like a fungus. You shouldbe 1 ,
MWfWVSpectracide jj E.; L. (Cap) Westfall, 50- home was disconnected from cautioned here not to use
.'- year-old Starke welder and the truck and placed on blocks, Cygon on Burford Holly It will PRE-SEASON Prices !
tns.ctlcid. with Diazinori mechanic, was killed Instantly and Mr. Westfall was on his defoliate the entire plant. Instead -
Thursday night, Juno 29, while back on the ground underneaththe of Cygon, use Ethion, or r
f$:b': '" kill chinch |""II"0;/0:H 1::: working underneath a new mobile hitch when the trailer fell. Malathlon. THE COMPACT INCLUDES: THE ROUND ONE INCLUDES:
:j'jhrmuiilil: mitcn. .Inks, armyworm :ti:: home that developed trou- He was pronounced dead on arrival Slugs and snails which frequently -
*::::: *, <"utwormvIcahoopcrs I ( ;$::
: ble while being towed through at Bradford County Hospital do damage to patio and -
::::::"owbu s, |I..wn miiilis (rod :C::: Starke on State Road 100 south. at 10:45. annual plants. They may skelAgent's New Computer Designed Fan Assembly Money-Saving 2-Speed Motor..Cruises

*::;|:wchworms, ), 'uniK, Chiggers, ;:|:i ij' : Mrs. Westfall, who was hold- The 12 x 60-foot mobile home Assures Top Performance! Most Days Speeds Up For Scorchers!
;j'::|crick cm, niillipnlcH and ;:ti: Ing the light for her husbandat belonged to Poloron h Homes
liinniny: other lawn "' |:|: Worl
: PC" ::
:'::AlHo KonihcM :|:> the time of the accident, of Georgia. born in Special Overload Devices Safeguard InProtective Solid State Controls Monitor
Mr. Westfall
said the mobile home appar- was
y::::;; Easy to U..* Economical ::::::::: ently toppled from a gust of West Virginia on Nov. 13 1921. Leads To ternal Components! Critical Operating Circuits!
..ry* wind created by a speedingcar lie was a welder-mechanic of
b. '
May afly oppli.d onj:::
;: that passed on the highway.She heavy equipment and was em- Attractive Compact Design Compliments; Neighbor.Pleasing Upflow Design Tosses
Fruit & v9.tabls 's told officers that she had ployed by Owen Illinois at Lake Arrest Of 3
Your Home's Landscaping! Heat and Sound Skyward!
husband weld- Butler.
just handed her a
5 oz. 1.87 i Surviving Is his wife, Mrs. ,
I ing rod, and had turned her $
f1: face to avoid the glare, when Archie Westfall; his mother, Eighteen wetbacks, Mexicanswho $AQR 695
Pt. 3.77 .: the accident occurred.When she Mrs. Macell Westfall, of Bell, entered the United States Priced From Only V +H ? Priced From Only
= looked back around, the front W. Va.: two sons John Elliott Illegally were caught In Starke
Qt. 6.77 And of the mobile home jJad fal-.. Westfall, of California., I June,13 by the Starke Police Department Plus I Installation Plus Installation
hitch resting on and Richard! Westfall, Sf.arkei'; and Tom Crawford, an .
: len with-the ,. ... ,
Judith I wnui II 'p. ot t -5 .n
5Sevin her husband's chest, pinninghim three daughters, investigator with the Transpor-
to the ground and apparently }'aveI Brown and Mrs. Linda tation Department of the Flor- More people put their confidence in Carrier than in any other makeHOME
4 Ib. BaR I killing him instantly. Gail Mosley, both of Starke; ida Public Service Commission.
-39 r{ Deputy Robert Green said the and Mrs. Sheila Kay Hudnell Three of the Mexicans were .
of Bell, W. Va.' two step placed on area farms to work
accident occurred : ...
...... -.....
10% I p.m., when the mobile home children, Sheryl Holllngsworth while they await trial of .three :
started breaking loose from and Wayne Alldredge, both of persons arrested in south lor- -
Chlordnne the truck that was towing It Starke; two sisters, Mrs. Hazel ida of three persons connected czr- I
o: after crossing the railroad Kuhne of Bell, W. Va.; and with helping the Mexicans enter ATTENTION { T :
I .69 track near Dr. Mullins Veter- Mrs. Maxine Clower, Romlny, the country Illegally. The three :
4 Ib. RAG( ij ninary Hospital, just south of W. Va.; and ten grandchildren. Mexican aliens will be used as J.
the city limits. The driver gota Funeral services were held material witnesses. I I.... -
wrecker to pull the mobile at 4 p.m. Sunday In the DeWittC. Starke police stopped a truckat \ I -- ,.'-'

:: home off the shoulder of the Jones Chapel with Jack P. the intersection of US-301' MOBILE ._ ... ":
road, and then contacted Mr. H. Mall officiating Intermentwas and SR-100 the night of June L : '
1j Westfall, who lived nearby, to in Crosby Lake e Ceme- 13: after Alachua County auth- '. ''<;' .

AUTOMATIC make repairs. The mobile tery. orities radioed that a truck M lll'lr'' Horn.Cin>iol'
with what was thoughtto Unit
FOCCER '- loaded A I Conditioning
-'- ) be moonshine was heading
Arrest Expected SoonIn north Into Starke on tS-301.: When OWNERS
LOi. officers found the Mexicans, instead -
C..ybhyA.I.m.ffe Lake Butler CrimeThe of whiskey, they a called
R.I"I Investigator Crawford who was ,
A"I.! able to converse with the Mexicans -
Sheriff John Whitehead said enough to understand what L'JSTAlLED.ofCenlra1
Union County sheriffs 3 Tons BTU's
: Kills/ All I.s.efs yesterday that a suspect in the was going on.Crawford ((36,000 )
:: Or y" "Massy" >. office expects to issue a war- case Is already in jail In ano- called the Border
'': rant this week in the bludgeon Paul Graham In $
Patrol Agent
ther town another charge,
r? IM"II : death of 47-year-old man who on To
::: a but that a warrant for his arrest Jacksonville. Crawford was credited Cooling Your
moved to Lake Butler about two 695
:j >> on the murder charge has with rendering "invaluable -
: UtE ISSEEN ::: weeks ago. not been made, pending assistance," to officers of
: : anab'sls Present System For As Little ..
identified As
The victim was
the Immigration and Naturalization : .
11 11lIlt of fingerprints! taken in the .
: (ON IN
== i Willie Bounds, an employe of home. Whitehead said an arrest Service in Jacksonville,
n Emmer Development Corporation on the charge is expected according to Eugene d. Chaput,
lIlt II1I of Gainesville. to be made this week. chief patrol agent, "putting In Plus \NCCCSSJM Electrical WorkROOM
Union Count\ Chief DepuAlbel't Itnesses\ reported that they an extremely, long night and day,
Sweat said that two ofBounds' CAll US TODAY 904-7701
'. in the detentionand -
;.:::. 6oz, :::: had seen a man, about five feet and assisting .. .
.. .'. fellow workers found seven inches tall and weighing obtaining evidence which resulted -- --- -- w- --- ---------- -- - -

.:: 1.77 ::: him dead at his home and nude about 200 pounds, go into the In complaints being filed
the report. The victim had Bounds apartment prior to the three United States citizens."
been beaten about the head witha Jess Yarborough
slajlng.Worldwide Chaput wrote -
: H l1Z. :: Instrument, Sweat said.
.I blunt
;. chairman of the PSC,
1 who, In turn, wrote Investigator -
:: 3.77 :: Crawford terming the r
Cooperation his June 13 work "a credit to
jour work with the Public Ser-

I 1 GOLDEN i Urged for Trade Policies vice to make Commission.this commendation I am going a

part of jour personal file All
of us are proud of you."
outlook in the
broaden our
\Vorld-wide cooperation on
MALRIN }:#: policies of trade t and commerce area of marketing as'" well as UNIT
>:: the world in production. This I id not anew
FLY BUT trend but it is now becoming -
.. all the countries that nre
.. and "
intensified. @
ahead to anew
of it move
i part In his", talk. :Mr.\ Firestone
Farm n age of prosperity and pointed out that in the United 19,060 btu'sanly
i For Ionic I &; .:.ar: pence" Raymond C. Firestone States business and industryare

uM in an address to the concerned with low productivity by PETER C.1LVMMOND
r$ American Chamber of Commerce the squeeze on Executive Director National

lib. 1.47I i of Switzerland.The profits the attacks on multinational Coordinating Council on Drug EducationIt

board chairman of The companies, consumer was almost three years

Firestone Tire & Rubber protection' and the environment ago that Art Linkletter's drug Carrier $269

;SIB. 3.77 Company said that in the rev lie reviewed these situations tragedy was front page news.:!

mjininfr 28 years of this century "because they are What has happened since thenis

3f the role of business "in problem other countries are Just as spectacular and far

f. shaping the destiny of the going to be facing, if they already more newsworthy. Other I@I..sJ..o.! !!' 99.95
{: world will /grow and develop are not doing so." Recently, in his final message Air CfRlditWning i. Problems ? -- ------
Joe Says Tr> Our # and hopefully, the force of Mr. Firestone urged that as President of N CCDE.he .

K\ery: Day Low Prices will diminish" businessmen and educators stated: "I'm amazed at the

I. ::f arms"Those of us in business today alike begin a program of education tunnel vision of so many so- We Have Qualified Personnel To Service

have reached the point and communication tORIDAIST where we must consider ourselves that these subject "can be workers and drug users. Any And All Makes Of Air Conditioners. Call 964.7701

It to be businessmen of considered on the basis of tunnel vision because they are

the world" he said."We must fact, rather than emotion," constantly interpreting the

I .e ONTROI I II answer terms to of the their drug problemin experi
a CHIM1CAC V Women are replacing state ence." SAWYER -SUDE AIR

Today's American rail. troopers as driver license examiners
He to that efforts
went on say
I wedn..day.1 roads serve 45,000 communities ing more in troopers Tennessee for, releas-highway founded purely on ex: 332 BESTID1SOX\ ST. PHONE 96 .7701 STARKE FLA.
Op.n All Doi on 206,000 miles of line. patrol. perience tend to be narrow-

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School i.u..tt.Il..W.Jtmvi rb Hampton Area NeVIS 301DRIVEI

Ih'> a v. >PbwaD
tJIII{ .
Many, thanks to n and tanId Michesl haw
; everyone who Lyona a loveiy corsags. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burns'
helped make,Docalble our float moved to 1Iam.oton.1..aM from

Dollars To In the "Honor the America Car. SENIOR CITIZENS of weekend Mlcanopy: with herperenta pent the, Mr.past Loa AI1< parade Senior Citizen's disabled veteran WM
By Martha Sue McCain booth. and the Volunteer Fire The bl-monthljr meeting of and Mrs.. and D.Mrs.Crawford.Mr. Ralph.Vaughan a graduate of civil engineerIn ., Sat. July 14.15GQBHRli
County; Extauloa: Department concession. the Senior Citizens was held Turkey. His wife ROM la a
Cedar Key Sunday after
Hose Scbnoniles AgaA And especially to Mrs. Hank July 7. Several were unable to visited They reported most of native of Berlin, Germany\ ;
S 73n Gobbled (Susie)LoU who played. the role attend/ because: of lllnesa or the noon.hurricane damage repairedand They're looking forward to
out w town. all of the nice peopleof
of Betsy Ross on the float visitors from only ore place that hasn't meeting
GARMENT Members who attended enjoyed Hampton.OtU .
f\\ -- - greeting onlooker with her
, new era in the care of cherry smile bingo: and refreshments. Forsjth and Ethel Alexander
L. Jones
the state will hold back about wearing apparel will soon bee with Susan and George married June 8,
A total of $480.000) In new The Lott's daughter Janice Everyone WM pleased Charleston S.C. visited her were
$100.000 of the county's; state for consumers a* a result the July 4 celebration of and their borne InHampton.
tate monfoi'< will be Injected Lloyd, was a contestant for the bOoth at : Major Fred Sacked and are malting .
funds which would have totaled a permanent labeling trade father "
Into Bradford's Little
I school system the Queen title with D. la
George a
Nellie Sunday.
about $2,835 million meaning rule by the Federal Trade Commission next meeting will be on Virginia and Roy Roark went
tie (the 1972-73 term, but thenwoo't J. Rlddlck! son of Mr. and student at the Citadel In
will receive
be nearly an much extra Bradford about CFTCXEffective Mrs. Joseph Rlddlck, competing Friday, July 21, at the Hampton to Tampa over the past weekend.
$2:!,733 In net state funds. July 3, the rule will Charleston. Ruthl home.
money floating around. It J. for Little King : City; Hall.PERSONALS. MIke and Rose Chamberlain to bring daughter
Since the 19 unite manufacturing -
: new teacher articles leaving
sounds like, according to Supt. cover In compiling the Hampton
plus their support funding will plants after that date. ligNKESPLUS
Tom Casey. Elementary School Honor Boll
About half or $240.000, of cost $240.000 of the $480,000 "Manufacturers will be required the name of an outstanding 8th Mr. and Mrs. Wade Pries- FLORIDA THEATRE
the new dollars will come from Increase and the state will with to place permanent labels grade student was overlooked. tar and Wade Jr. were called: OPT
19 ;now teacher units, mostly hold another $1000,000. that concerning care on most Barbara Benckowsky also horn from Tokyo Japan because -
vocational: approved for Brad- leavot, !mind $140,000 In new finished articles of clothing and had perfect attendance during of family Illness and Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:001
ford County. funds Casey points out. The the past school year and won were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H E A T R E
.The other half comes from school board In PAst months certain textile products the an airplane ride for soiling J. G. Adkliu on Sunday. Mr. FRIDAY, SATURDAY JULY 10.15
nowf stale formula for computing has bandied around several form of piece goods Any te- the most( tickets for the PTA Prlester U with the U.S. Navy. .
Minimum Foundation Program projects which could take much tile product in the form of Carnival. The family will return to Tokyo .
.funds, according to Casey. TheiT mON than $140,000, such as wearing apparel must have a THESE ARE THEEEVEMOEES -
: c&unty In 1972-73 will receive updating olJer: school buildings: label or tag permanently affixed PIANO RECITALA Other Sunday guests of J.G.
t'l'I the no>ct $'hase of the new high which clearly give Instructions Addiw !
I $6,750: per teacher unit In cur- large group of friends and family were Mrs. H.W.
school, o:, '' .nnns: that for and main-
7Q nt expense money, or funds care relatives from the Keystone Prtester of Fort Pierce who
':':;which go directly Into the school $430,000: will be absorbed Into tenance of the article." Heights and Hampton areas en- was In Hampton on business.
board's' operating funds. Four the school board's $3,5 million In addition! any textile pro- Joyed the Piano Recital given the Patterson brothers Danny, .
years! ago the county; was getting operating budget/ like a drop duct In the form of piece goods by the music students of Mrs. Ray and Frank of Tyler< Texas ERNEST WILLIAM BORGNINE HOLDEN
$1,100 per: teacher unit from the in a bucket. which will be used by the consumer Alice Lyons on July 6, at the and Jlmml of Lake Geneva WOODY STRODE
state, to show 'hi i)v state support II to make an article of Hampton Baptist Church: who has a new baby girl. SUSAN HAYWARD
has I Increased.. clothing, must be accompaniedby Hampton students performing Tammy Louise; and Marta
t'ndor' the now formula Bradford SERVICE MEN a label or tag which clearly in the recital were Denise Mills of Palatka. |C THE REVENGERSCOtOM
: Cou.ity's. ; assessment ratio gives Instructions for care and Rahme Harold Waters Shle- Many of you will remember OM COLON BV Off IUHI. 1
ployij ,.\ tm.)o ant: part In how maintenance. The label must be la Haddock, Lori SUnson, Joy Vivian and Bennie Patterson
much stave fund come Into tho 6 In a form that can be permanently Williams Valerie Jones, Julie when they were residents of In a
county school assessment} U. S. Air Force Sergeant afOxed to die finished article Saxon Laurie Hicks Ran- Hampton.Mr.. MichaelWinner
that Bradford's tax Stanley L. Crawford son of by the consumer by nor- dy Hicks Joy Saxon Cindy Mr. Mrs. Otto Hicks returned .
ratio Is 92 per cent, or six Mr. and Mrs.Stanley Crawford, mal household methods. Davis and Sharon Williams, home Saturday after several Film
per cent above the state average Lawtey, has arrived for dutyat ; "The rulings by the FTC Debbie Hicks, a former student days in North Carolina. PLUS
of 86 per cent, moor/ ,')Out Bergstrom AFB, Tex. were based on technological was guest performer.John While In the Mars Hill area they
$203.000:! In state fund to tho Sergeant Crawford, an air advances." Every article requires Simmons and Cassle Riddlck spent Thursday and Friday with
cou.ity, Casuy says. passenger specialist Is a- different care becauseof were unable to attend.A Jimmy Hlnkle. his family and
Ono dnwbick, however: Is ssigned to a unit of the Tact- the large number of textile reception followed the eleven boys from the Shlloh "BLUE WATER
that bccRUKa! the stito's taxi Youth Ranch In Vero Beach ,
Ical Air Command which provides products on the market with recital with cake and punch ,
assessment ratio study has been combat units for air variety of fibers, a served. who were: camping there. The WHITE DEATH"Tr
taken to court thu Sttij: :Oopart- support of U. S. ground force of fibers and special finishes. Students presented Mrs. Blades and their camping party hunt for the Great White Shark
must of Indication .totifled lie previously served at Dobbins at the
It has been almost Impossible spent Sunday night yyy.t
: Ca
for the to be informedor Hicks home enroute to the t
la1 state fund ylll['1 bo :distribul'tt Tho sergeant'Is a 1969 gra- How To Prove A NATIONAL GENERAL PICTURES RELEASETECHNICOLOR'
recall Information about
l ,m 95.5 pot edit of tho duate of Bradford High School, one product." any, Your For North Carolina camping area. n
stile noc'I[ ->n. This me" in, Starke. Care labeling Instructions Age Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watter-

must fully Inform the buyer what Social Security son had several guesU over the SUNDAY. MONDAY TUESDAY JULY 16,17,18
regular care and maintenance July 4 weekend. Mrs. Watter-

Is necessary for the ordinaryuse "How can I prove my age son'i mother Mrs. A. J. Gltt '
GAINESVILLEBusiness man, Mr. and Mrs. William POSITIVELY THE MOST
of the article. Washing, to get my social security; ?
drying Ironing, bleaching and Is a frequent question at the Glttman and Willie Glttman,
drycleanlng Instructions must Gainesville social security; dis- Mrs. Watterson's brothers and HORRIFYING FILM EVER MADE
be included. Instructions should trict office according to Ed her sister,.Mrs. Kathryn Watson [IPO-an) United Artists
DirectoryAUTO also warn which care and Copestake, district manager.A all of South Hill Va., en-
maintenance procedures will person claiming retirement Joyed the weekend with them. .
harm the product. benefits must prove his age. Mr. and Mrs.Raymond Sharp. T HI" T R I

The ultimate cost of per- Social Security rules on proof Mike "and Bridgitt of Winchester -
manently attached labels will clear and under- AZ ,
of., .age are Ind. and Mr. and Mrs.
bo jald by the consumer. Manufacturers \ standable. First, a man or woman Freddie MJler, Jr, of Cincinnati '1 a a of Th6 July 16,17,18
estimate that the cost filing for retirement la Ohio were visitors In the
Johnson Paris, Inc. will be as high as eight per cent asked to submit a birth certificate home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred "Sex Lives Of
OLDSMOBILE of lower-priced garments and or baptismal certificateas Miller. .
SALES &: SERVICE SEEDS PLANTS one-half to one per cent on such records made shortly Mr. and Mrs. John Hall and ROMEO AND .ItJLLETTE"Plus

Fin Selection of Used Cal i higher-priced garments. after birth are the best,pos children of Atlanta Ca! ,. have
Taken On Cadillac Trades Innectlrldes .Pet SuppUeaFERTILIZERS "However! a net savings will sible evidence. .. been visiting Mr..Hall's parents the first film rated'' V for violence' .

2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-531(1 result due to savings of loss Mr Copestake advised "notto the Lynn Halls and his "The Hot I lours"
resulting from Improper care. be discouraged" If neithera sister and family the D.Craw-
We Rent Fertilizer Spreade To prevent low-costltemslrom birth certificate nor' a baptismal fords. DUE TO THE HORRIFYING SCENESNO \-RjteJ IS yrs. up

Barkley Motors, IncTOYOTA 224 N.W. h' Ph. S7S-0476 bearing a disproportionate Increase certificate is available. Mr and Mrs..Frank Hardin ONE ADMITTED WITHOUT A
In consumer costs the Other documents such as school : pt GLASS regulation allows Items 'In<
tied to sell at retail for three records, family Bibles, Insur- ... !. ,. 4 wheel drive and cars dollars or less to be excluded ance policies issued at an ear- ,.... "" -
Sale, Part. Service when the product Is com- ly age and military servicecan - -- -

Clean Used Toyotas LIDDELL pletely washable under any con prove your age. "The older -
ditions." your record, the more acceptable -
1700 N. MAin 376-1269 Other It Is," he added.
r exceptions to the regu-
Glass Company lation include items that would The best advice: for anyone NOTICE TO CANDIDATES
Beauty Academy be altered In appearance or planning to retire Is to phoneor
"GI... For Every Purpo e" utility by a label .- for example contact the social security;
POWELL'S .' Store! Fronts.-Mirrors shoe laces or a sheer office in advance. The social

Academy 1 Tub EncloslnShowers: blouse. Articles used"exclusi- security; representatives can
1 Beauty Furniture Tops Glass Replaced vely to cover the head are also help an Individual in obtaining FOR ALL POLITICAL OFFICESSTATE
the documents.Almost .
Leant a Profomton! In ToutSpare r except from tho regulation and necessary
I Time. Full or Part Tim NEW LOCATION will not require pcrmananet all social security;
matters can be handled by
219 N W. 10th 378-27M bels.
"" 1228 80. Main Gainesville "The new regulation will allow phone. -COIMT Y -MUNICIPALAccording
ELECTRIC MOTORS" the consumer to avoid pos- K. Fontana, field representative -

372-819\i\ ; 312.1102MOTOH'Yl'LES sioie damage to products for Bradford Count,comesto
ELECTRIC through improper care, thus Starke each Monday and Florida
To Election Laws
achieving the best overall performance Thursday, at the Civil Defense ExpendituresMust
Motor Repair Co.Of of the ""Se- building, from 9:45: to noon.
Gainesville, IDe. I*LI> AND ....ICI' lection of apparel can be basedon Be Limited To Amounts On Deposit In Candidate's Account.IN .
items that may be cared for Animals
Repairing Rewinding' G tJ DzOKI' Inexpensively\ jet effective

New and Used '? si :.iis' .4rAenor ,'ae? J.; ly.All" apparel will be perman- Cause ORDER TO COMPLY WITH THIS lAW

2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8318 -
ently labeled with clear care
MOVERSLone ... ...h'. ........_.... gulation won't solve all con- 2 WrecksTwo
: PEOPLe sumer care problems It Is a PRINTING BE PAID FOR IN ADVANCE

Distance Moving/ ...UADU._ major step ahead for consu
...,. ........U.. accidents Involving ..
Ie ''''''k' mers.
Storage Packing' ..,_......_".'H'C livestock left one person unin-

Crating Shipping 372-9527 jured and another with apparent -

Free Estimate Call M COMET ('T b '1."_ minor injuries, Wednesday
night within an hour and a half
from each other. (CII \PTER 99, ARTICLE 6, FLORIDA ELECTION LAWS\ )
The first one Involved Alvin
MUS.BALDWIN Do>'Williams, 33, of Starke (a) No candidate, campaign treasurer, or deputy campaign treasurer shall authorizethe

who was drlvlna his 1965 Cor- incurring of any expense on behalf of the candidate or in furtherance or aid of
i vair north at 50 mph SR-
PIANOS & ORGANS 100 two miles south of on Starke. his candidacy UNLESS THERE ARE MONEYSON DESPOSIT I IN THE CAMPAIGN


3J40: N.!:. Waldo Rd. G'vUle <] McNeil path and of William's Starke ran right into front its FUND OF THE CANDIDATE SUFFICIENT TO PAY THE AMOUNT OF THEIR FX-

--- 37t-4T71r iPlwzM hit the horse, according to Florida TENSES SO AUTHORIZED: together with all other expenses previously authorized.
I, Highway Patrolman S.P.
AUTO SALES SERVICE MUSIC Co. Burnett who Investigated both

BLOUNT PONTIAC C'vlll. Shopping CI,. 372.5351 accidents.
\\illiams was not Injured In \n, such expenses, incurred or authorized, or official campaign treasurer's report
GMS, INC. ); 'r. the accident which occured at thereof in of such
Farm and Industrial 12:45 a.m.0 arrest was made. excess moneys on deposit SHALL BE DEEMED TO CONSTIT.l"TE

Equipment ... ,\ \ IOLATIO.V OF THIS SECTION
The second accident of thenight
:.--. which left Richard War-
rSE.SOX'S r- ren Callahan, of Costal River -

Santa Fe Tractor, --. with apparent minor Injuries -
Factory Authorised FORD ';' rwl Callahan occured was driving at 1:45: his a.m.1970 We Will Appreciate The Cooperation Of All Can-

Pontiac SR-18 and
Volkswagen east on
SeI.s-P -S.rvice I Farm Tractors &: Implement CATCH-Cotton hit a black cow that was stand- didates In Helping Us Comply With The Law By
210 in a machine-washable knit Ing on a bridge two miles from
USED EQUIPMENT shapes an easy-going ensemble the Intersection of SR-225, and Keeping All Political

FI o. SALES PART SERVICE with. The gentle floral-printed bodyshapingand top eight miles to west Trooper of Starke Burnett., according Advertising And Printing
petal-sculptured sleevescan Callahan was traveling\ about PAID IN ADVANCE
4488 N. W. 6th 379-2J48 be worn over or under
'TRAILERS GAINESVILLE. FLA.MOBILE .. the matching flip skirt. Its 50 mph when the accident hap
a Bobbie Brooks '
design. pened.

,'. M.UU Htm I .
.. i Ktftlr t S.pfR's, l lie. I -THANK Y.OU'I. :.,.

(MMVSi ltltJ Authorized P...,l..r. For DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home \

.1920 N. E. Waldo Rd. F.\"n.-Interch..m'

Gainesville 376.0691Sal.s $i"I1I.., H..4iinn Si Air ConJ-: STARKE .. .

.S.rv/rn'".nlat iciuninfi!'.Equip..ppli..A..n.n'. PHONE 964.8200KEYSTONE BRADFORD COUNTY) TELEGRAPH
ft ntol at 1 low at 14 30 p.r day
Hitcnn" In.'IaPI.d..C./np/.t./ Air Conditioning. Installed -
n.e. vh' srvic Dept.
16 JO.Up
far All MakMProncltiMtf
Ibis. Fan, 4)00 N."', 6ih St. Gainesville: HEIGHTSPHONE
Jfewntry Air.. IM.I.. 378-8903:
r4ran" .'_ 47.1-3178: : .

Sec. A Page Telegraph July 13. 1972


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Hurst f Green QualifiesFor \ ::f C\lBB Head te Nice to( too weather, fMng"brings On onbnois crowd

RIOS Resigns ate opportmity to set whorl
new among ,.01".,
: New 5 "fl" \:
.. Group Nelson Rio, executive director

Q ualthes For "l. : : Circuit Judgeship >. ; '!.; 31.Inc.,of has CUBB resigned Economic effective Agency July,

... rill, gave personal and health
,!' ..... reasons for submitting his resignation
PUBLIC DEFENDER R. A. April 27, 1972, and Its recommendations 9.. ... .. to the CUBB Executive ir}

County Ju.dge I I GREEN, JR., qualified Tuesday an currently being i .' .. ..;- Board on June 13. He has been
1 with the Secretary of State for considered by the Florida Supreme Director of the four county; economic -
the post of Circuit Judge Eighth Court. ) fI.. '. opportunity; agency for
I I Judicial Circuit Group 5, one Upon qualifying Green said: ,' the past 2 1/2 years. The full
Starke i of the two new Judgeship created "Our children are our most CURB boardaccepted Rlos' resignation -
qualified In Mayor Carl Hurst passed me revision of Article 5 in the revision of Article 5 I important asset. Yet the crime '11j\, at a June 26 meeting. iA

official' Candidate Tallahassee as an to our Florida Constitution which $ ....;,...J I I of the Florida Constitution. rate among youth continues to Mrs. Elaine Me Bride, deputy;
of Bradford for the office will >phase> out the present muni- 1 Green 34. has served as Public rise. Drug pushers in many of h t 'd1 director of the agency from a
making his County Judge. In eioal court of which Mayor Defender of the Eighth Jud- our schools coupled,with the Inability I Green Cove Springs, has been
official announcement Hurst has been Judge since 1967. Ii I, Ictal Circuit since 1963. He gra- ; of many people to com- / named acting director until a
for this post he states:* The cases that have previously" _> duated from the University of municate effectively with our successor can be named by the
been handled by Mayor Hurst I Florida In I960 and from the t'nl- youth means time is running out. cubb board of Directors.
1'p w will be moved to the county level i varsity of Florida College of Law Studies show those who become Frank Williams CLUB Board
under the ,Jurisdiction of the co- with a Juris Doctor in 1962. He Juvenile delinquents usually become president, said a replacementwill See Dill Gardner;
unty; judges At the same time 1SIGNAL.CALLER was born In Gainesville and Is adult offenders later. We I be named as soon as pos-
the ; fctony cases } I the son of former CongressmanR. must break the cycle to win tiroIIRht t. sible and that the agency will
will l bee moved up to the cir- A. (Lex) and Luclle Harris against crime. TRAVEL Dl'O-Jet-age cot advertise and follow agency for
cuit court level.. i Green of Starke. He married "Somehow we must balance ton knits travel in fashion guidelines In selection of a new your
Mayor Hurst Is married to the 1 Saundra Jones of Starke In 1959 the rights of those accused of and comfort. The tri-colored director.
..s 1. former Joan Chltty; and they live and they have three children. crimes with the right: of a oer- cotton jacquard body shirt CLUB is the economic opportunity -
with their three children, Ran- mer's fashion message- Sum-rolls His affiliations Include:.First son to not be a victim of a skirt goes over with a tie pebble belt knit and pant agency for Clay, listening
dy, 15, Sandra Louise 10, and out of the surf in soft com Baptist Church of Gainesville, crime. As Is often ture, It is ,stitched detailing top- Inlon Bradford
Karen, 8, In Starke. His daughter fortable cotton knits. The Bradford Lodge No. 33 F. & AM easier to state a principle than pleasure
Sue, 20, lives and attends skinny pullover with whim Gainesville Shrine Club, Gainesville to put !It t Into action. Since Mt .
Samford University; In Birming sical embroidery and lace Moose Lodge, Gainesville cannot Intentionally curtail the
ham, Alabama. He has been a trim tucks neatly into slot- Jaycees, Gainesville Cancer rights of either group, the answer -
resident of Bradford County; for belted shorts with patch Society; Gainesville Heart As is to attack the root causes FREETERMITE T
the past 18 years. Red pockets.Eye. Designed by The sociation.He -. prevention- the best
A member of the Florida Mun- was admitted to the Flor- cure.
icipal Judge Association. Mayor ida Bar June, 6, 1963, and has "A younger man -- one with
Hurst Is presently serving on Funds Needed since been admitted to prac- l lengthy experience in court one
the Florida Growth and Develop- tices before the Supreme Court who has dealt with young people
ment Committee for the Florida For Kidney of the United: States and before and !Is able to communicate with 'r
Carl Hurst League of :\lw clDaJJtles. the Federal District Courts In them, one with a proven recordof
He is an active member of the FoundationRon Florida. ability; and concern -- could NEW ,1,
"In seeking this office, I First Baptist Church of Starke Since the position of Public reach some of these children CHECKUPNo NORELCOBEHINDTHEEAR
feel 'that my experience as and is a member and currently Sanders, dialysis technician Defender was parttime In 1963. I ask the chance to try. The
your Munclpal,, Judge for the serving on the Board of DIrector and chairman of the Ala Green engaged In private civil post of Circuit Judge -- especially AID.
past 5 1/2 years best qualify of the Starke Rotary chua County American Heart practice with his father and uncle in the Juvenile Division FEATURING LONG
me for this responsibility.lhave Club. and Kidney Transplant Founds in the firm of Green, Green is the logical place to begin.
endeavored to carry out the Hurst Is a mason, a past mas- tion was guest speaker at the & Green in Starke. By July "Nine. years' service In Circuit ObligationWhatsoever BATTERY LIFE. "a inns
duties of this office In a con.clentlous -' ter of Bradford Lodge No. 35 Starke Rotary Club Wednesday, 1965, the Alachua County public Court and in the Juvenile .Up to 250 hours of comfortable
impartial and effec F & AM, a member of the Starke July 5. defender caseload had grownto courts of the circuit has given hearing on 1 batteryl! So
tlve manner, and will continueto Shrine Club, the Bradford Cham- Th great expense of kidney the degree that a resolution me a unique perspective. To '.economical to use yet delivers
serve vou with Integrity; and ber of Commerce and an hon- transolanu. and treatment on in Gainesville was necessary. compare qualifications for Judge, rich, clear sounds. Tiny,
without prejudice. orary member of the Starke Jay dialysis! machines In November, 1965, Green said one should consider a combine light weight reliable. Come
"During the pest II 1/2 years cees. by Mr. Sanders was James R. Pierce (now Professor ation of personal background, ;in, be fitted for listening.
of service to you In our city: Mayor Hurst has appointed John urged that contributions be of Law at the University education, applied training, pleasure, today!
government, I have gained valuable A. Torode as his campaign made to the American Heart of Florida College Law)formed past performance Interest, honesty -
experience that Is beneficial surer and the Florida Bank trea- and Kidney Transplant Foundation. the civil law firm of Green ; and temperament. The abil A/oreteo
and advantageous to you Starke as his campaign deposi-at Box 13778 Gainesville, to & Pierce. The firm engaged inu to cope with tough problems Termirei could be working day and night to / /*._Hi*
as cUttrey home'They
citizens: ot.our county.; I tory. support this the general practice of civil adverse conditions is also your .
am Indeed grateful.for this past The speaker program.said that the cost with an emphasis on probate. Important. The post of Public work tiUntly but iwirtly. They con b* stopped if you ACT ..*.howk.w.N..rN.y Nm lite A.1._hey.
privlledge and the opportunity to of a kidney transplant,including domestic relations, and trial Defender has exposed me to many NOW. let Florida Put Control inipect your home. Free inspectIon ..........---, W-... .
be of service to -------------
you. I now humbly the operation and all other ex- work. problems our Justice system has and.,'ima... .
seek your continued active A sentimental friend ss)S ponies runs abouts $40,000. Green became fulltime as that the average lawyer and I NAME
support and your vote In our be clings to the eternal verltiei. Treatments on the dialysis Public Defender in September the layman would never know t
County election County; Judge. bis mom apple pie and machine for those whose kidneys 1969. exist. I have had the privilegeof PHONE .
Recently the voters of Florida JaIl daddys tax loophole. do not function, Is about His professional affiliations i serving on many commissions I
$150 a week. clude: The Bar Association of i and committees whose sole ADDRESS -I I
.._ the Eighth Judicial Circuit The :reason for being is to Improveour II I
-.waa -
Florida Bar Association; American Justice system. Why? Because /WOOIDPIIIDAteANOthamt
\._\-. liar Association;; NatIonal < I believe in our system _!
Legal Aid t Defender i and want it to look better. GAINESVILLE HEARINGAID
J Association;; The Florida State "I ask the people to examinemy "ORJDA EST
4 Public Defenders Association; i qualifications and, U they CO.
CHICKS I SANDBLASTING Florida Councilon Crime and I believe me to be best qualified, Phone ONTROL 2639N.W. 13ih St.
Delinquency; Governor' Coun- |help me." 964-3745 S Chemicol Ce. In Sunshine Shopping Center
ell on Criminal Justice (Task Green will notaccept campaign Nexl To Woolce
H"hat/ .Is Sandblasting? Force on Corrections and as
i contributions from lawyers who 376-00)5 or 378-1942
Chairman, Region D Planning may i practice before the Court. HAVE YOUR HOME SAFETY CHECKED NOW

A Process.Ql Getting.Rid Society Council;)I National; American Judicature "". I .'A'' ,. ,_ ..,, .. ,

.. Of AnF L tietiign'Material' i iTUT -'Criminal; ,; Defense Association Lawyers Ala-01j"","..._ .....4 .__ .. _. "" ... Q..".. ........ ,. ,. .,. "'. '"

chua County; Children's Committee. .,
Any "
.t Object. .
In March. ;
FOR PERSONALIZED SERVICE CALL JODYAt appointed by 1970hlefr'Ju: was.
of The Florida Supreme Court
964-8970 of Call 904.372.9840 Collect to the Special Advisory Commit. F
tee of the Florida r
Supreme COUrt
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION COME TO This committee, whose mission

Gairmille, Monument Is to implement the Minimum
Standards oiTCrlmlnal With like these
Justice men
2135 S.E.: 4th St.. Gainsville, Fla. 32601 as adopted by the American Bar

f Association, filed its report on
'- on our Board of Directors

Tyrie Boyer we think our trendis

f Asks Appeals

Court SeatVeteran upward.


lawyer and jurist Tyrie Florida National y
A. Boyer 47, Jacksonville,
r r r- M announced July 8 he will be a Banks of Florida Inc.
candidate for the) District Court [j
Nursery And Landscape] of Appeal First District of Florida -
Croup One, comprised of _
the north 37 counties of the t l; I ; ,,,|-fuH. : ,
CompanyPhonc'9648104 state. ,
A native of Levy County; '. .
Boyer Is "
presently an attorney
2111 J I N'. Temple 30' North ... practicing law In Jacksonvillewith .
the firm of Dawson Ca- ,
lant, Maddox, Boyer and Sullk .
320 East Adams St., Jackson ,

..is. ..., villa Boyer practiced general law :
SUMMER in Jacksonville until elected
Judge of the civil Court: of Re-
!'I jlf"Iy SHADE TREES cord of Duval County; in 1960.
K Thereafter he was elevated by
. 4.98 r
Dogwood% 5 Gal gubernatorial appointment to

Bud Ixoria: & Bloom- . -Col O JL 49 e.. J a Chinese Elm 5 Cal 4.98 circuit Circuit Judge, of comprising the Fourth Judicial Clay, { ) : Htnt.Jjmtj .

Clodlum. Colcon 7jt RedbuJ - 5 Gal. 5.98 Nassau and Duval Counties. He :
Vinyl Card Folding was twice re-elected to that ,
\rizona Ash .5 Gal4.93Authorized judgeship without opposition.
Fence 10ft. Section 179 ,
Boyer served 2 1/2 yearsin
the South Pacific In World : ,
War U with the U.S. XaV)'. ,
He earned a bachelor of arts 'Bunn ..
OUR SERVICE degree at the University; of

Service Dealer For Florida, graduating with honors .
INCLUDES and also attended the t:F Law .
TORO School and earned a Juris doctor .
Lot Clearing DrainageSprigging degree, again graduatingwith "
Power Mowers I honors. He was a mem- .
Soding : ber of Phi Beta Kappa honorary ; "
Fiesta B> Toro-19" Cut fraternity; and the Florida Blue / ,' '
LanJscraping Key. Boyer Is a director of
.Springier Jones College in Jacksonville,
!' National District Chancellor of
Lawn MaintanceB his legal fraternity; a member

( Contract) 3 IIP. Brings &: Stratton Engine of the; American the National Judicature Platform Society -

Association, the Committee of
Introducing"The 100 of Jacksonville Chamber
of Commerce, and Is rated by ?
MarUndale-Hubbell, national
r Trail Bike"Street legal director, with the highest
rating possible both as to legal
ability; and Integrity.; :
( Legal: ) Boyer is admitted to practice
bftfore the Supreme Court of the
95 United States< and appears in '.II "I'"''/, .A, Kherft* fcm,..lCIU B '
From 399 And 1'P \ .W C Smith-! \ "' S,, I.;L1 T,1 lo''
"Who's Who In. the South : .
Southwest." -. '. : ; i11jp
Freer Estimutr; ,$ Boyer and his wife, the former '. ', ; : ,
Elisabeth Gale of Oakland, I ,
Calif., are the parents of four ,
& LANDSCAPE COMPANY children. He Is a 32nd Degree ,
_. Mason, a Shrlner and a member
Phone 964104 of the United Methodist

. Church. _

July| 13, IW "Telegraph' I'agc 7. Sec. AMayor


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Man Jailed 4 To Attend School Laivtey Governor Accepts ResignationOf

For Failure Annual FFAForestry Budget Projects e e Union Co. Hospital- Board

CampFour (From Page 1))
(Free Pag 1)) Governor Askew has accepted School SuperlntaudentJama The trustees. said their action
To Appear members at the Bradford Many residents now take clothesto the resignation of the Union Cason who la chairman: of the was due 'to problems iii fund-\
Senior FF A Chapter will school cafeteria. Starke to wash rather than use General Hospital Board of committee said that the group Jog, and operational'control: of
be among 250: Future Farmers Casey prepared the new bud- the Lawtey water, Mrs. Jordan Trustees and has asked his U working on the list and It la the 25-bed) $8l8.1IU1J"tal.,
oamea. Tate was sentenced to of America gathering atO>Lno get using 98.3 per cent figures pointed out. "advisory committee' In Union hoped to send In the recommendation which was completed more than.
three days In Jail for falling to that Includes a 937,000 County to recommend a list of a but 1* still not
State Park near High Springsthis re Steps the city must go through within the next few year ago tn
appear In court Tuesday In the t Sunday. July 16, tor Flo serve. Carver said,, are: persons from which he can days.The. operation. They also asked that
traffic session of plea day, by At his point not appoint a new board. be
rida's 38th annual! Forestry Casey does k resignations of the trustees : an Investigation made Into
Bradford County Judge Theron Training Camp. ;yet know exactly how much the 1) Application to FHA for ,. following long controversy the situation. :
Yawn. AU operating expenses for school system will receive from federal assistance. between them and the The trustees. wasted a deed
Tate was earlier charged with the camp are paid by Florida the state. It will be,Casey says, 2) Approval of the application toy, with u population of about Union County!\ Commission to the hospital while the County
having an expired Inspection Forest Industries.The a high of$2.862.481 or a low of by the Florida Department of 650, Is Just the size town FHA were submitted to Gov. Askew ; Commission wanted the''
sticker and operating a motor four Bradford delegatesare ,$2,750,720, a difference of Is designed to assist. The agen- on May 23. The five who resigned board to operate under a.
vehicle without a drivers license. 1 a Andy Baldree Mike Gas- 11781. If the state comes Community Affairs and the Federal cy cannot fund any city over were: W. B. Thomas, 'lease.In .
He failed to appear on :those kins, and Marlon Thornton, all through with: the higher amount, Housing Administration. 5,500 population he pointed out. (chairman}: Jesse Cason Lee an effort to'resolve the:.
charges and a warrant was out ; 4 sophomores, and Jim Johns, a the reserve will Jump to the 3) A feasibility study on the Pressed for examples of other Bralller, Curtis; W. Lee, and Impasse, the Governor sent Arc
for his arrest for missing court, Junior. $139,000 level. project. At his point the city FHA projects: In Florida Carver Martin E. Criner. Forehand. Chief of the State
on both charges.On While at the week long camp The 72-73 budget Is basedon must employ an engineering named the small towns of Vernon Ulvtslon of Community Hospitals -
the original charges Tate 10 mills of taxes the firm. Carver said but most will & Medical Facilities to'
the young men will receive Instruction same north of Panama City, Bell of t
was fined $13.50 or two days for in timber manage- as last year. The pay raise take thejob on the basis of and Mlcanopy. Thomprdns Grocery, the meet with the trustees. and the
the charge of having an expired ment, reforestation forest Ore made a tax reduction Impos getting paid only If the .city Is Vernon Installed both 'sewer other at tile Anderson School. Commission but no arm agreement -
Inspection sticker and fined $26 control, genetics, and market- sible. Casey told the board. awarded a grant. and water systems at a cost -Was'riven "food for was reached.On .
or three days for not having a ing of timber, according to Paul The school board and Casey 4)) Town and FHA must agreeon of about $400,000 four years thought" by Councilman Ro the basis of Forehand's
drivers license. Hutchins, senior Bradford FFA held a work session last Wednesday a rate schedule and on the ago said Charles Snell, FHA bert Scott, who pointed out report the Governor thv- accepted .
Four persons failed to'appearat advisor. Ecology: will be stressed night to work out details tax source the city pledgesas representative for Bradford County the county will no longer betaking the resignations of ..
court and a bond of $501) was at camp this year, Hutch- of the pay rtase and the capital security for the loan or bond and Is getting along fine. care of the Lawtey landfill trustees and took steps toward
set and warrants Issued for their CLASSIC Th traditional improvements. Casey's recommendation Issue. since that program has been- appointing a new board. .
ins says, to give students a bet.ter Snell Is from Vernon.
arrest. The four were Kenneth hacking jackrt is paired with understanding the delicate s to the board Tues- _) Authorization for engineers Carver pointed out the grant transferred from the Florida Division At an earlier meeting, the
Allan My per, Yvon Manuex. and western style Jeans in pinwale and ,,--. of Health to the Air and
followed what the board f Commission had adopted a
relationship between all living day final and portion of the funds would be
John Paul Garza for charges of cotton corduroy for an to prepare plans specifications Water Pollution Control Board
unlawful speed and Charles P. updated classic look Fit is things and their environment. he had agreed on a week before which must be approved only 35 to 50 per cent of the In Jacksonville. resolution galling! \ to Askew to
Gallagher for having Improper exaggerated in the waist- Florida's forestry training and the board readily gave its by both the Florida dn total' project. Balance of the
drivers license. hugging jacket that skimps camp Is both the oldest and I largest aspen oar FHA engineering departments. funds must !be) raised by the city
Persons that plead guilty ID the shoulders By Jones of camp for forestry education action Tuesday, the 6)) Preparation of bonds, which either through a loan or bond !
their charges and put on the trial Now YorkSeirer In the nation, Hutchlns School Board: means the process of a validation issue, he said. The FHA, how- .. .
docket were Janet Marrie Brown points out. In addition to the -Turned bids on petroleum and preparation for sale ever, will assist In securing the -
Norman\; for charges of allowingan study of forestry It specialize ..roducts, bakery goods, and by an attorney and fiscal agent. balance of the financing.
unauthorized person to drive, Plant In good food and fun for the stu library shelving over to the 7)) Interim financing. Carver Carver also pointed out that
Walter Edgar Taylor for careless dents. All of this la sponsoredby administrative staff to eval- explained FHA will hand down FHA grant funds for Floridaare
and Jerry Lowell Hoillfleld 18 cooperative forest Industries uate and award to the lowestor grant funds only after the allocated for the current
driving, .
for Die charge of reckless (From Page 1)) of Florida. best bidder. ject nears completion. Prior pro-to fiscal year. But he told the .Ft..IHNI1."R." .: R.\IRS.:. ANO1IPIIOISTIRY

driving, willful and wanton. Harvey Smith agriculture --Was told by Casey he Is that the town must arrange Interim council not to let that be dis-
Persons fined or sentenced by the Gas Department In case of teacher at Bradford High will making arrangements through financing with a bank couraging because he had never ::
were Jerry Carthell Woodham some type of large disaster or spend the week at CampO'Leno the State Department of Edu- which will make all but the final assisted a city that failed to is? PICKUP AND DILIVIRY
unlawful speed. $101 or 10 days in other emergency.In supervising students and ser cation to have the school Inter- installment payments. At that get grant funds by the time
Jail Earl Cecil Prevatt, $36 or other action last Thursday, ving as group adult leader nal accounts audited. He said point FHA will release the the city completed Its obliga T FUr ESTIMAteS
three days In Jail on the chargeof the Council: Starke accountant Nell Tucker grant and bond funds and the tions.
parking on highway, Peggy Discussed sending a city employee cannot handle the business again town can repay the bank and make In other action :Monday[ night 'HOIII 904/475-2114/
Diann Thomas, $26 or three daysin perhaps meter reader Police Cars this year. the final payment to the contractor. the Council:
Jail for unlawful speed, and Adro Brown, to Lakeland to learnto Assigned two students to Okayed two ball fields being P. O. Sea 131 MELROSE, FLORIDA
Thomas Silas Wise, $26 or three repair water meters. Clerk (From Pog 1)) schools out of their residentialzone Carver pointed out that Law- mowed by the city one in back
days for not having a valid drivers Merrill Edwards said the city Is because of transportation

license. losing revenue because the city In Baldwin's position last hardships. ----- ---------------------- -- ----,
Cathy D. Clllan Tweelyn Ray has an estimated 300 stuck be --Called for food bids for
Brown, David Block, and Robert meters which charge only the $2 Thursday. McRae the third quarter.
Linn Dodd all were charged with minimum. Ruckman supportedthe Finally purchase the two Chevrolets _Was told by Casey there Is First And Loan Association
voted to Federal
unlawful speed and forfeited their clerk's contention saying and Noegel seconded the a $37,000 carry over from the Savings !
both and service revenue 1971-72
bonds. Thomas Eugene Wedd was water sewer motlonhlch passed 'unanimously. budget that the board
charged with having an expired Is lost because many con- ended the year in the black. A I
Inspection sticker and his bond nections In the city are not metered Then the council opened bids special meeting was set at 7 I
was estreated. David R. Crawford p.m. next Tuesday July 18, to Of Starke It
was charged with valid In- 'Jlf we're losing money, let'sdo on a body for a new Oat bed close out the old budget year. t
something about It," said trash hauling truck for the ..Cave- .-Supt.Caseyperm1s-
certificate and using
profane sepectlon language In a public Councilman Jimmy McRae. Street Department. Again there don to proceed with construction STATEMENT OF CONDITION t tfter
but bid for $1,312
board's was a single
the city zoning
Upheld of the proposed bus barn,
place. His bonds were estrea- from Gaynon Iron Works, Jack- The Close Of Business 30, 1972
ted on each charge. action of approving a change In refurbishing the 34 classroomsand <\ June I
zoning by the City Board of Ad- sonville."That's. extending the BHS football
justment which may permit con- my department and Stadium. DIRECTORS OFFICERS I II
I'm not voting to buy It.We'll ASSETS
struction of an $800,000 50-unit sure -Paid an unbudgeted $1,200 I I
apartment complex on an L-shap- wait for competition, Noe bill to Faulkner Electric of DOYLE CONNER Mortgag.Loans And Other Liens A. J. THOMAS. 1R.
THINKW1 r ed piece of property fronting on gel said companies adding to he'd see phone] why several theydidn't Galnesvlle for what ArchitectDon Florida Comm. of Agriculture a" Real E.tat. S 7,458,672.85 Chairman of the Board I IAll
and Edwards
both Orange Street Morgan termed extra workon Other Loans
bid. Perhaps something 91.447,60'I I ILoans
Phase m of
the vo-tech
R.al Estate Owned and In Judgment .
Road.Abandoned with the
was wrong ; specifications -
v efforts to extend school construction. The work S Pr.Sldent and Manager
Noegelsuggested. and Contracts Mati. to Facilitata I
US-301 onTo- outside the of the
electric from east was .PUrYue Owner, Denmark. Furnltur. C o.
reno Motel property to the residence Hr contractor and was not requisitioned Sol. of Real Estate none JOHN A. TORODE I
of Rev. John Franklin. through the school Cash on Hand and In Banks 24,870.61; Vice President and Treas.I .
"While wall mottoes exhort Anthony Cermenaro, owner of the Loud voice on the bun board Morgan said, but had I RUBY JOHNS Investments and S.curlti.s 1.048,351:66: I
"Show with
think me
employee lo alley down which the city was to a man a good been okayed by him as an ex- Fixed Assets Less Depreciation 103,120.10 RUBYJOHNS,
most companies expert them memory for names and III Entr.preneur. _Secretar.Jc ,
lines stopped city money-saving mea-, I
extend utility pendient) and Assets '
how an Insurance salts Deferred Charges Other, iiaBl7.08
to keep buoy, loo. you
workmen when they started to cut sure. The board did not argue
1 ma. the amount of money, butMember I EUGENE L. MATHEWS TOTAL ASSETS $8,770,948,74 HAROLD K: DAVIS I II I':

..,.. > P P P P M PV. F V H Charles Sawyer said that I Owner. Publisher, Loon Officer I'
f -- in the future he will not vote I
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the largest slow Over 300

Gainesville Tire, for the third year's tourney but his year despite In the Champs opening game pitch Invitational ., .
year, has won the Starke Wo- several close games they they were given a rough time )
men'I Invitational Softball Tour- swept five games without drop by Koch's getting out hit 14-12. Softball tournamentIn V ; : YoungstersLearning

ping a single one. Koch's led the game 1 until the the U.S. the Fire- ( .'...-J...fi .'I'.. ,. .ft
ney.The Tourney is now 3 years Gainesville, enroute to the sixth inning when Gainesville rallied cracker Invitationalat A /I ( ''AA
'' .tfH' .
for the win. Koch's loaded .
old and has shown no other championship, defeated Koch ,' ;',
of Starke Lake the bases in the top of the seventh Cocoa Fla. .' ,
Champ. Drugs 6-5. '1l 1// To SwimOver
The Tire Women came out of -ity lanes 14-6, St. Augustine, but Tire failed to score. Gainesville 72 teams competed In the ;.;f,
win last Jacksonville 10-9 and in their second game .
the losers to 7-6. 4-2. .
met Lanes and by defeated the score Lake of 14-6 City being tournament played with on five 142 different games .. "'@"":"" 4'\ 300 children from 'the

collecting 16 hits and having little fields. !Jt\ .v v, 1IiIJ!; ? first grade to the seventh are
difficulty with the Lake City First first team was Warren ., : .1.I participating In the Bradford
team. Motors, Jacksonville; second ., .' School Systems swimming program -
place, Jerry's Caterers, Miami "0\1'Ali"i' ': -' "" at Klngsley Lake.
The Champs, in their third ; third-Marks Brothers, ,. :' (I, Coach Mike Sexton Is In

r rr bymSt. were riven a real battle, Miami: fourth Aetna, Char- \., }" ;' charge of the three session

t tr Augustine and needed lotte, North Carolina, and GM swimming lessons
n ? St. Augustine errors to win the was In fifth place, tied with .1 Four schools are dlvideo mho
I ,;yw game, scoring three unearned Capital Sporting Goods, of three 'sessions Southeidestu-
runs. Their defense was superb Tallahassee. L dents leave the school at 8
as they allowed only six runs Donald Falcon received one a.m. and return at 10. Lawtey
i be scored off 15 base hits. of the highest honors in the k-J is next in line, starting at 9:10:
The Champs fourth game was tourney getting the Individual a.m. and ending at 11. Starke
against Jacksonville U & C In sportsmanship award. Falcon { Elementary and the Middle
the finals of the winners brac- Is a member of the Green School start at 10 and end at
ket. The game was played before Machine ball club. He was In hr. ,
a large crowd and was one competition with 1,100 ball play- Swimmers graduate in eight '
of the most tense and The
exciting different stations. first
games of the tourney. Won by ers.In Green Machine's last game one is called water adjustment. I

Gainesville In the bottom of the Aetna beat them 22-17 putting This gets the students unafraidof

7th 10-9 the game was GM in fifth position. -.. .,. the water. They learn three
marred only by the age old Aetna outhlt GM 26-22 and different ways to float In the.
cry of Jacksonville that they had more RBIs, 22-14. second station.
were robbed by the umpire. GM was leading In the --. .-- -. At the third station students
Going into the bottom of the seventh inning but Aetna -
came ,
.. learn the prone and back glides,
seventh the Tire team trailed -
8-9 but scored the alive and hit six home runs _- ." _...roO' m had Y? and the flutter kick in the third
necessarytwo total of
Aetna had a
In a row. .. .. station.
runs In that inning to win 14 home runs compared to At the fourth station swimmers -
Ann Godwin gives Women's Softball League championship the game and send Jacksonville GM's 4.Lead1ng. no..i"F
learn the first combined
Sandra Norman while the to the losers bracket. GM .. ,- S.' .,
trophy to winning team hitters for were stroke which is the dog paddle.*
looks on.Olln ., The Champs fifth and final game Jim Garlington hitting 4-for- :: ; .. .Zv It combines foot strokes with
once again pitted them upagalnst 5 with one home run and threeRBI's .... -' arm strokes.At .

Larry Mingle 4-for-4, ..- = .. k the fifth station the Amer-
Jacksonville and once again Jack- John Watson 3-for-S with two ican crawl and the
The .. _. elementaryback
sonllle cried-umpire. three
and 5 FBI's, and -
home runs
stroke are taught to swim
time Champion Gainesville Tire Richard Mummow hitting 4- j-- : mers.

not only exhibited some fine ball for-5 with one home run and .r-.r In the sixth station the breast

I playing they also showed class three RBI's. stroke and the side stroke are
I ;L. and sportsmanship, something GM was victorious In the taught with the diving station
Jacksonville gamo against Dugger and Dug- "In' we go," could have been what this boy wot thinking before jumping into I KingsUy being next in line at station

fans specially their ger beating them 11-7 and out Lake for his doily swimming lessons instructed by Mrs. Sue Moody. seven.
should take notice of,
hitting them 15-10. CM had U Station eight consists of advanced -
; burn.Recreation Director Gene Ray- RBIs compared to D and D's swimmers and a1

1. Jacksonville C. & C finished 7. Both tenons had four home : complete review.; After the
: eacn.., t* '*. Norman '' Wins Women'sLeague review students are taught the ,
, the tourneyrunner up to Galnsvllle runs TroJan stroke
hitters for GM
Leading were
having lost two bot hired
games, Twelve Instructors are
Jim Garllngton Donald Falcon,
to the tourney champ. The Jack- Softball for teaching the'swimmers.
and ".D. Walden, all hitting ChampionshipNorman's
sonville team is composed pri-
marily of young girls and they
GM beat Jerry's Caterers
L idb have a real fine ball coub and
15-12 outhlttiiw them 21-17.
did a good Job, Rayburn said, Marcus Rhoden and John Watson Farm took the Wo- years while Normans were run- inning and never let Koch's catch FLOfUDAWilDLIFE

__ compiling a tourney record of led GM in the hitting department mens League slow pitch soft- ners up.Normans. them for the remainder of the
pl,! 4 wine and 2 loses. Their wins both going 4for4.; ball championship after defeatIng Jumped In the lead game.In .
came over Daniels Lumber Co. Donald Falcon hit 3-for-4 with Koch's Drugs 8-3 Tuesday 2-0 in the first Inning but Koch's the fourth Inning Koch's
(twice) 10-6 and 8-7, Lt. Lauderdale one home run and two RBI's/ night In the final game of the tied the game back up In the second could manage to get only one
11-1, and Macclenny 19- John Watson had two home runs championship playoffs. 22. point to close the gap to 4-3.
7. for the Green Machine. Colonial Florist were the !Norman's; went ahead two At the bottom of the sixth Inning -
Ii1 "These girls showed poise and Capital Sporting Goods champions for the last three point 4-2 In the top of the third Norman's let loose with a
from behind (FPR)...A good. story Is
confidence in battling romped 16-8 over GM In the four run rally widening the
," Rayburn stated. In their fourth game of the tourney for score to 8-3 after holding always worth telling two or
first game they railed Lake City Koch's to no runs for two In- three times and credit for this
3-0 before going on to win 10- CM.CSC outhlt GM 20-15 and had little bit of human interest
'Koch' 14 RBIs compared to GM's eight. Bishop PlayingIn But In the seventh Inning should be directed to Joel M.
White, owner of drug'tore In Starke, re 6.In an amazing comeback they Leading hitters for GM were Koch's retaliated coming back Vance of the Missouri Depart

ceive the runner-up championship trophy from Anne God were trailing Macclenny 7- Woody Strickland's 3-for-3, Public LinksStarke with two runs and holding Nor- ment of Conservation. Joel dug
win. 4 going Into the final Inning.With Marcus Rhoden's 2-for-4 with man's from home plate. up the story and reported It in a
two outs In the inning they one home run and 4 RBI's and Koch's had the bases loaded regular news issue. The story
trailed 7-6 and went onto score Mike Hendry's 2-for-3. but could not manage to get the provides food for lots of thought

13 runs with two outs to win the GM scored all of their runs Golf and Country Club directors, set for July 22 at 7 hit needed to score. and I hope sis you read you will
Tough Schedule game 197. In the fifth, sixth, and seventh finalist Blsh Bishop has qualified Neither team had any outstanding also think.
In the final of the losers brac- Innings of the ball game.In in Jacksonville for the P.m.Members that plan to attend hitters but Norman's The leaders of the "ecological
ket Jacksonville met Lake City; the fourth game GM beat Public Links championship In are asked to call the club leaders In that department were backlash" would do well to
for the second time and a fine Perry Sportscraft with the house Diann McNeal Terrie McNeal
Indianapolis, Indiana. for reservations for the pause In their defuse of environmental
.. Faces TornadoesBradford game was .on tap with Jacksonville help of Marcus Rhoden,who was Bishop will start playing Bar-B-Que chicken dinner. Sandra Norman and Linda Cub- contamination and

again a making a fantastic 4-for-4 at the plate. Thursday and will finish Satur- bedege who all hit 2 for four. listen to Timmie FitzsImmons.
finish. In the bottom of the seventh Rhoden had three RBI's.Don day to come homo and play Bill Koch's leading hitters were Tlmmie a fourth grader'at:
Jacksonville trailed 7-4 but ald Falcon hit 2 for 3 with Adams for the Starke Carolyn Redding, and Terry School
Macon Elementary
High grldders facea BUS still has to face per- scored 3 runs after two outs one home run n and two RBIs.In Championship.The Woods both hitting 2 for 3, and circulated he
recently a petition
much tougher schedule this ennial rivals like Live Oak were made, to tie the game and the third game CM oeatBlgham's top three placers of the StridersPlace Jan Powell and Gloria Crews composed himself. Some 73
fall than last due to the addition bites, and Fernandina who send It into extra inning. Then In 11. CM had five home Jacksonville sectional qualifying each hitting 24. .
of Ocala Vanguard and are never pushovers the bottom of the 9th, again with runs while BI had 3. were eligible for the tour- Sandra Norman\: was Norman's pupils signed."Some "
and I the
Gainesville Eastslde In placeof two outs already recorded they Leading hitters for GM ere ney in Indiana. 2 leading scorer bringing in two people ,
Jim Garllngton hitting 4-for-5 hits for the victorious team. petition said "do not want
Macclenny and Santa Fe. plated the winning run. Bill Adams placed forth
"Both Ocala Vanguard and GAME SCHEDULESept. Starke's four entries to the with one home run and four falling to qualify by one stroke. Jan Powell and Carolyn Bedding litter bugs. We people want It
RBI's and Marcus Rhoden hitting In State hits for stopped. It is making our
Eastside are much stronger tourney did not fare well with /Bishop played second In qualifying each had two
teams than Macclenny and San- IS Ocala V. Away Colonial Florist the only team 3-for-4 with one home run losing to the first pla- Koch's Drugs. country look sloppy. It could be
ta Fe," said Head Football to claim a victory. Coloniallost and four RBI's. cer by one stroke also. Last week Norman's took the stopped If people wanted it
CM beat the pre tourney favorites opening game in a real thriller stopped. This petition might
Coach David Hurse. Sept. 22 Buchholz Away to Macclenny 12-9 and Bishop has aualiflethree OlympicsLevy
Next year will be the first Danlals of Lake City; 13-8 while Howard's Furniture 18- out of five years in Jacksonville as the winners had to stage an help our country."
time BHS grldders have not Sept. 29 St. Aug. Home whipping Blalock's 17-2 and Lake 9 giving them what General and played In the national uphill 1 battle and won the gamein There is increasing opposition
played Macclenny In 20 years. City; Lanes 14-5. Manager Townsend Strickland tournament three times. the final Inning of the second nationwide to the crusade to r
Usually BHS and Macclenny'' Oct. 6 Live Oak Home Blalock's dropped two, the says was one of the biggest Other action at the Starke half championship game. protect quality environment-
open their season against each one to Colonial and an 11-9 loss wins of the season. Country Club is Comer Ferryman Lennon andJlmmy Ricks First and second place finishers more and more speeches about
other. Oct. 13 Bolles QIC) Home to Gainesville Yellow cab. Koch Leading hitters of the game beat Jim Chasteen for the are both eligible to compete in (both in the play offs) will not "giving in to environmental
"Palatka will be tough, as Drugs lost two close ones, 6-5 for GM were Woody Strickland first place) title. in the third the Southeastern Regional AAU have the right to particapate In hysteria" or "going overboardat
well as St. Augustine and both Oct. 20 Palatka Away to the tourney Champ and 9-7 hitting 4-for-5, Larry Hingle night of the Starke Golf andCountry Junior Olympics track meet the Sub District Tournament.The the expense of progress.".
teams are expected to go 4A to Yellow Cab.Norman's dropped 3-for-4, and Jack Hazen t hitting Club member's after placing at first and second four team double elimination Except, maybe in the Macon
in the next few years," said Oct. 27 Green C. Away a 19-6 decision to St. Augustine 3-for-4. GM outhlt HF Championship positions at State. A. S. A. tournament will Elementary School. Costs of
Hurse. the tourney 4th place finisher Turning point In the game was --The club will host It's annual Ricks leaped six feet for be played) July 10-14 to deter- letter are almost staggering.
Palatka Is suppose to builda Nov. 3 Fernandlna Home and a 13-4 decision to the 3rd in the fourth inning when CM meeting of the board of first place In the high Jump mine Starke'e representativesto
new high school soon and place team Lake City.; exploded for seven runs with giving him seven points for the A. S. A. Sub District
combine the present two high two home runs by Rhoden and Tots GoDolf'n his work. Championship to be played In for A Cleaner
Nov. 10 Orange Park Home With the exception of the un- GM Tiiiv Lennon had 7 points from The Crusade
schools to make the 4A status. Watson. In the sixth inning Washington
Environment a ,
Bradford contracts with both sportsmanlike conduct of two scored eight runs on nine hits three events. He placed) sec- St. Augustine July 26-30.
Nov. 17 Eastslde Home fans the tourney was the most environmental group,
ond In the 100 team
schools read both are null and with one home run by John yard dash witha The four participating
void and can be cancelled if successful In its three years Emerson.In Town time of 10 seconds Ron Moore are Koch's drugs Norman's estimates that the purchase
Falatka or St. Augustine goes history, says Rayburn Many the first game of the Apopka beat Levy at the start. farms, Blalocks .and Colonial price of soft drinks In
exciting games were provided) tourney GM pushed 18-14 over Lennon placed first in the 220 Florist. throwaways Is 30 per cent more
Also for the very large crowd that Although we haven't seen much when It is sold in'returnable
fall Blgham insulation. yard dash with a time of 22.9.
making the season
weather to dry off the play
My neighbors turned out he added.
He containers.
GM placed second In the 440
harder will be the first two Leading hitters for were grounds for summer fun we do
playing away from Jim Garllngton hitting 4-5 Tots themselves yard dash with a time of 51.7
games see the Tiny enjoying -
home. SA is the first home I Women's teams to have played with one home run and 4 RBIs In other ways. seconds. Anthony King,of Jacksonville Throwaways which all too
September 29. off tn determine Starke repre- and Marcus Rhoden hitting 3-4 beat Lennon in the 440 often are thrown .away In a
game The children each brougnc r
Orange Park will be one of I tentative to A. S. A. ,Sub- with one home run and 4 RBIs. bleach bottle and spent two days with a time of S0.8 seconds roadside ditch represent vast
the toughest teams around next J 1 district The leading hitter for BM making rise banks. They werea Lennon and Ricks were the cost to consumers-the higher
yew now that the school Is larger A four team double elimination during the tourney was Marcus lot of fun to make and the only contestants from Brad- initial cost of the bottle or can
than Bradford's and will A.S.A. tournament will Rhoden with a .690 avera children were very proud of their ford County and both go to plus the cost to tax payers' of
be class 4A before too long, be played July 10-14 to determine ge. He also more home creations. Miami July 28-29 for the Utter pickup, hauling landfill

Hurse says. Starke's representatives runs than asyonhite else hitting On Friday, they Journeyed to southeastern Regional AAU costs,loss of raw materials! and
This will be the first year y. to the A. S. A. Sub District three. Rhoden also had 18 town for an exciting morning of Junior Olympics track meet. the cost of power to produce the
Eastside a new Gainesville Championship) to be played In RBIs. sight seeing. Our first stop was They will be accompanied by containers.
hlnh'schooL will have seniors St. Augustine\ Juy 26-30. Jim Garllngton had an over- the Community Bank where the their parents O

,on-the team. -They were big The four particpating team all average of .650 with two children were shown the Vault Both Lennon and Rids are .** The' Crusade group estimatesa
last year'said Hurse. are Koch's, Norman's, home runs and eight RBIs. and other operations of the training every day now. return to returnable bottles ,
"A four leaf efever be
Blalock's and Colonial Florist. Bali can
Palabkaaach : made 24 About
John Watson 300
RabbIt Smith, Bank. After leaving the bank runners competed
who was a recruiter "Asa natter of set.HMDUs The schedule calls for two In the tourney being the highest we enjoyed story Saturday in the state meet."The bad luck It Jon slow down os from reduce throwaways, would
with UF and left when Doug kiss as a dependent Any games to be played Monday, la that department. Rhoden from Mrs. Marts at the competition) was rough." said a f recanty. purchase cost nationally
football Jsctlor.i" Jitfy 10. 7:30 and t Pun.:. Lemon. by 1.4 billion per year.
DtXey! becalRe head had more than anyone batting Bradford County Library.
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i Nearing 139th Birthday DMT Mr. Matthews
The Honor America Day
LI 1 wish** to express to you

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toot eldest to fte Skis will be dtJOZ. ijgaod by. among shall be caostaaoyandabaaeoded ssstl Th* bAM .. Had It rot two for the interest
139 year Old ads September. others. Tfaoaas, .sa,.,.". Mary. to by every member costferencai procreatingIbere CroM :: shown fey our local ....r. I
and EUzatefc Prevail and tr. but more epeciaUy males to was so celebration would not
feel our
The ctardi date from M. Lucy. and Hesfher John whom governmeat nor partfeularty MM dli5epte.berltt37betamee .
aeon success.At
... i iy have been a
all biota rx
: belong .E. ", aatlesoember "fce people op. :
tiBBtioa drawn D an July 17. : dill time plea** permit
of the chuck: who shall Same cone' one way: and name
133. fallowed me to think each group club,
meaAurua shall .
ttonal neting 24. Th* odd coastiBrtfoa offered fall to attend conference take* hi* aao@mr.c organisation, and Individual
01 thai year, and on September a classic *tai. 'neot of doctrine: at tf* next before be contributed financially, and all
3O. John Ticker wu elected asthe eat. publicly render Ms rea- Aorwt 21. 1831 O* deitrecorded who worked bard and
** of
-.. believe fce scripture of aon for sue* neglect... !fee that . all member -
Ort patlor. faithfully. Everyone cooperated
0 So Car a* Is known, only one the word of Cod and the only ments of wronc-dolnu were y wanting nothing but avery
otter Baptist Church la Florida rule of faith and practice The Indian war of der middle brought before she taErap- successful Independence
I* older. This Is the Ft.geon W. believe U Impossible for 30". when the Seralnole Hat aad *feed. lans. oa Jay Day. elll raUoo.
Creek Baptist Church abort man to recover himself from and white sealers fought 25. 140: "Cwacoai. made It Is th* sincere wish of (he
even mile rarer of Mil the fatten SUB be ls In by nature through ataewwxisaadswajnp* admowtedgtaieat and ... far 1972 Honor America Day Committee .
liard ta Nassau County, which by hi* own free will and frequently Interfered with wor gjvh" On October;. 2&. IStfc that rids celebration will
trace It*) founding back to ability. -e believe that ship. It was during the annual -Slater Snowdea op for df- be continued and crow larger
Jan. 7. Id. Grafs elect shall be called meeting of November 27th,183 Iao est)' bat ertaocrated. and better each year which It
and regenerated and sanctified that the n Indian a1.uIJIlIRM op BurrU Johns ep for falsehood OLD OB.lGClA.LnW sUVCK: CHCBCO: b.. .... dww yeare: age whew ... ... can do If supported by all of

It was Otis church -Pigeon the Holy Cimst. w. believe the meeting and caused postponement aad excluded.: EUxateth Townsend Itt a lint wader taw tag .. ft rU .C tfe. Of.m. Tile to the white f rjne trmrtmn Bradford County.
Creek !that. was petitionedby the punishment of the wicked "
of "feet
washing. excluded: for da cJnc. .'. Again thank to you yourstaff
the Fen River eomrregaUonor will be everlasting and the juts and oa June 7, bask "Resolved cast sad..a taw rte teday.woods and to everyone who
"letters of dismission of the righteous eternal." Other entrie during ISM ex- hat I in eiamlmrtoo of a certain supported this IndependenceDay
William Jetferl. who called by night and often came mililarty: known u "Rattle- only pests mat the early set- Celebration.
a .. himself a Baptist preacher,was home by daylight. Often shot cnake Church." The title suggested tlers bad to worry about when Sincerely
proved by Bro. McDonald lo at bv Indians, be carried In his that Indians weren't the they attended services. on the l..zeIIUt.ch
have acted dishonestly' in bone boo> one of their bullet. He high knoll Just a stone's s throwaway
swapping." funerallzed more people, butchered r.darkwatered
by Indians than any old Xew River. The Indiana
The accused JeOerls maintained preacher who ever lived In have. gone but the rattlesnake My Neighbors
I la his own defense that Florida." still abound in that particular
section of Bradford County.
it was "not dishonest to swapa a \
blind horse lo a man If the '
men had examined him and had The old church celebrated rJ I "The church and congregattioa .. .
not toad him blind." Its Centennial in 1933 with a got In confusion at Indian -
Creul And Unusual? memorable all-day meeting attended .- alarm :and broke up. No communion -
On January' 23, U47 the record by hundreds of members or feet washing.but"WIll
reports that "New River former members, and dheIrdescnthn postponed until Feb. 1836.
Although headline proclaimed that ious legislative bodies bring. their church take a vote In conference from all part of r
"ended" laws Into compliance with the court's: lo settle the question whether Florida. Service are now held ThIs brief excerpt from the
the US. Supreme Court bad
record of the old church
lo be a mLI.1onu11apds& each Sunday' with Rev. Truby
standards: Juries -
ruling by providing church or anti-missionary baptist Farrish of Santa Fe. In Ala- Bradford County;
the death penalty In iU recent historic and Judges to follow in determining church and ails vital question dan County; as pastor. s speak volumes about .the hardships -
decision the tact remains that the sentence: In capital cases: or was decided by a majorityof and sacrifices early set-. 0"i.ouped

the door was left open far CongreM by more narrowly defining the crimes three In favor of remaining JI L.V INDIAN ALAE'I earN early tier of those frontier days underwent -
write new laws that a missionary baptist. Nine In order to worship rt; --
or the States to for which the penalty; is to be im- ronklpprr* at the .ld New Rtvcibarch the dic
member for and six voted' to The old cemetery, adjoining Cod according: to
....... "
be valid. It is hoped ta -feet it
considered -
would posed. be hard shells." the church site, 1 11 kept clean : poetpeae g"lazes of their conscience.: : upG
that they will take advantage of this and neat by an annual all-day< '<>.a later. date,
opportuilty; to keep the threat of the But most observers have Interpretedthe Family names well known Inthis "cemetery working" when the .d 9 3 9'4 i 7!G FfF G'C v?/F P /I$9' c d C G% :'hII ',fl 7h-;f s!'O'hm-.f!:< death penalty hanging over .the head opinion as being the end of capital section today. began to appear membership turns out.equipped
which had already. fallen fre<*>enUy in the record with working tools and wellfllled I
criminal. punishment t.
of the would-be after the war Between the lunch basket, and makesa
into disuse since /no executions: nave
State*. From 1865 lo 1S7S William day of It.
True the door isn't open very wide. been made since 1967 and some 600 Strickland. Samuel Crew
The only reason there is an openingat criminals wait on "death rows" Into Ell Adkins. W. F. Malpus(Mal- It wouldn't be considered good ::::
fact that two of the various phurs), S. Week. I. W. Pm- advertising by a chamber of
all .Is the only states.
five Justices voting In the majority, holster MtKlmey., Abraham Jacob Godwin Crosby. John Moses commerce timers the church but among 1* still old-ia- I Register To Vote At The Following !III

seem to have concluded: that capital Some people profess to believe that Thornton, and John B. Ca-
punishment .Is prohibited by the eighth the death penalty, is not a deferent son an noted. Annual MeetingOf p: Countywide Locations 1!i

amendment for all crimes and under to crime but figures tend to indicate
all circumstances.: otherwise. In 1966. when the death Oa October 28. 1884. the year Fair Assn. ::::
L. W. Kickliter was elected
penalty was still being enacted there pastor the old church: burned Set Julj 17 HAMPTON !{
the were 9.552 murders in the nation. In down when flames set under the
The other three members majority -
1970. after executions had stoppe .there building to "kill fleas" got out Jack Hazen. president of the
found fault not so much with of control. Service In the Interim Bradford County .'alruo- r Across Street From Christian Church s!!<
capital punishment itself as with the were more than 14.COO. True, other between churches were ciation. announces that the

factors.'may .enter Into this ..increase., annual .. .... .. _... ,
lIT looseness of sentencing procedures J hewn the hosne.. of member rnee -orgaat ):: + -- -'- r--- tlt. .
They found fault with the laws passed.,v,JbuLthere..U.everyreason.to. believe*.*."*.....,. y'\ I'I',.rkingdo_........M ..I4Lbelthe. Ioaday...-r f 'Wifr-t. !'.,.. \ ..,. ,.. '1.In..llnrnpton: .<,">,! ,n i iJ'
that the death penalty halt'accounted A'n.t ''of aruse -' Juiy-17 at 8 p--m.'at de AgrIc "
state legislatures which_left .... .. ::
by hays forsome of It.. ', .&iQa Jor t the ,p.gcbase.oflasdt ulture.Buildife at the, .f air.. ,wAll lC m
it to Judges and Juries to choose e* for window on December g Tuc.day, ; ul\? 12 noon to K I'M

to impose the death penalty in one 12, 1891 included A. Crosby.F. members and directorsare r Thursday, Jul> 21)) 12 noun li> H I'M I
Instance: of murder or rape, and to And there Is no logic to the Supreme A. Andrew J. C. Cason invited to attend this Important i Tuesday: Jul 25 12 noon to H PMl2iioonttNI I
Impose a lesser sentence on another Court's opinion that the death penaltyis S. B. Cason John Croft J J. meeting. New officer
"cruel and unusual punishment," Cotton and W. II. Edwards. will be elected for the coming r Thursday Jul 27 P'I .
similar crime.
defendant for a while life imprisonment Is all right year. : TucsJaug., I ITliursJaj 12 noon to H I'M I .'

Certainly life Imprisonment is also Systematic were not donation Instituted apparently Aug.3 12 noon to 8 I'M I

Apparently, these Justices believe cruel and unusual punishment If It Is fore December 20, 1893 when a Mrs. Dampier TucsJa, ), '\111(. H 12 noon to H I'MTlu.rsJaj. /

that the punishment of death In some actually enforced. resolution wi* passed to take Retires From r \ut;. 10 12 IHHII (.' fc I'Mi I ,
Instances being meted out in a up a collection for mission

random and unpredictable manner, and State legislatures should get busy on every quarter. Draft BoardMrs. i
not with the same degree of equalityand now and change their laws to keep some I THERESSA I
Justice to all. This can be remedied vestige of the death penalty on the The historic summary of the
old minutes, a*prepared for the Rhoda Z. Dampier has
of course by having the var- books. church ends August 10, 1912. retired a* executive secretaryof i Across From Community CenterIn I II

f; p to that time there had been Selective Service Board f
23 pastors with Silas Week number 18 and 74 in Bradfordand I Theressa' I
serving 18 years, and W. F. Clay counties effective
I Killed By Success. Malpliurs 13. June 30.Mrs. { .

Dampier has been em- ss July ISThursJaj 12 H I'M I i
Tuesday to
John Tucker, .the flrstpastor. ployed In the Selective Service ?
Florida Folk There were instances of pot smoking, was born April 10, 1785.moving System for over 30 years hawIng : July 20 12 noon to H I'M I :iiTuesday. :
It Is Ironical that the skinny dipping,' and making fun of the to north Florida from Columbus begun service on Oct.. 16, Jul) 25 12 noon to 8 I I'M I s::
Festival, one of the State's most en- Ga. It 1* known that at a- 1940. She has served Board
presenting formof 1 Thursday" J July 27 12 to H I'M8PM I
performers who were bout the same time he began /No. 18 In Starke continuouslysince noon
lleeyasttemporarily overwhelm entertainment that some of the hippies L 1 12 I :'
Its serving his !New River congregation August 14. 1948. Tuesdayug. noon to

ing success. The crowds attracted to no doubt thought "corny." he also established IeOlu.tee For the past year and a halfMrs. i Thursday, '\Ul{. 3 12 noon to 8 I'M 'c:i
Creek In hf
the Damplerbasoperatedboththe \
fete the banks of the .\U S 12 8 I'M I
this on involved, part of Union County.; Bradford and Clay counties, Tuesday, (? noon to
Suwannee River at White Springs simply Faced by the many problems keeping the Bradford office open Thursday, lug 10 12 noon to 8 O?
grew too large to accommodated: the Festival Trustees, meeting recently Tucker died in 1853 after 49 on Tuesday and Thursdays and
by the present facilities made the decision to table plans for years as a pioneer preacher.Of the Green Cove office open '
next year's event, based on lack of him It was said: "The Indiana Mondav-Wednesday Friday. BROOKER
never attended his meetings -. Mrs. Agnes Ltovls of Jacksonville
adequate housing parking facilities, bu t gave him a great Is temporarily serving In City Hall In Brooker
The Festival has been staged at and facilities
sanitation, staging, seating deal of trouble. He was: com- Mrs. Dampler's place untilan I I
Foster aoweekend affair Into all of which are limited or Inadequate pelled to travel through the appointment Is made.
and grew from to handle the large crowds.
Saturday July 15 9 AM to 3 PM I i
event that brought together
a four-day .: Saturday July 22 9 AM to 3 )PV|
hundreds offolkperfformersandcraftsmen The 1972 Legislature turned thumbs 71"-: It', a By Martha Sue McCain
from all over the country to take down on a $286,000 appropriation for \ : WO.'I\\ County Extension Saturday, July 29 9 .\M to 3 PM I. "

part In bringing back the traditional a new amphitheatre at Foster Park 5' '< Home Economics Agent ::1 Saturda)', Aug. 5; 9 AM I to 3 PM I

folkways and crafts of our ancestors. which would have remedied at least Saturday Aug. 12 9 AM to 3 )PM I II

part of the problem. The thousandswho

This year's festival In addition to have enjoyed the Festival past HERE COMKS THE technology and processing. Now I LAWTEY I
the overcrowding had some unsavory years should do their utmost to persuade SUBSTITUTESLook they appear more like meatand 3

aspects due to the Influx of hippies and the next Legislature to provide around we've been dairy product in texture flavor
other odd ball characters who seemed adequate funds for the Florida Folk Invaded by substitute and synthetics and nutritional characteristic I City Hall In lawtey

Intent on spoiling the wholesome entertainment Festival. It Is a shame to let it die -- We have synthetic fibers Leather* than ever hat before.also suffered

enjoyed by so many. even for one year. nonleather, noncalorlc products sweetners and imitation -, from competition by synthetic. Tuesday', July 18 1 PM I to 5 PM I '
Shoe manufacturing uses slight
synthetic flavors.are Substitute successfully and ly more than SO percent of our I Thursday July 20 1 PM I to 5 PM I :';,.

moving into many traditional cowhides but the percentage : Tuesday, July 25 1 PM I to 5 PM. ., I, :... '

market outlet for agricultural, of shoes with has declined.leather soles Thursday July 27 1 PM I to 5 PM I J""
And there and uppers
The Bradford County products.come." lJ"lmorto : Synthetics have been especially : Tuesday, Aug. 1 1 PM I to 5 PM I

TELEGRAPHEST.1RLlSUED If that sound*surprising may- strong in the adhesive Thursday Aug. 3 1 PM I to 5 PM

be two-third you didn't of realize what we that spreadon about market.now account Synthetic for a major detergent shareof i: Tuesday Aug. 8 1 PM I to 5 PM

: 1979 bread Is margarine And the soap market, reducing f,: Thursday, Aug. 10 1 PM I to S PM I
dhhe Bible of the largest Industrial
did know that one ruses
you synthetics
and for fat and oils. Of all t!
have also
Mr M..1FLORI captured
I know that Thou canal do about 21 percent d the retail agricultural products cotton :
.MESS citrus ? hat suffered most from' the encroachment MAIN OFFICE
A beverage purchases
.e.err thing, and that no of synthetics. ,

A S HATVON I thought from Thee can_(be Job wlthholdcn 42, 2.) blems However to cause for,major they agriculture are adJuatmentpro-not expected in .me continue Dairy product to be replaced probably by substitutes will- '" Bradford County Courthouse

/ ) seventies; but. the trend ten and synthetics accordIng -
\ toward replacing more traditional to projected 1980 view.
Our HeavenFather! ,beingomniscient food and beverage. i Evening Hours
know. when we More substitute vegetable. e
Thursday 3 8:30 8 PM
Aug. AM
the protein for animal :
E.L MATTHEWS Ediror-Pabtish.r sincerely: struggle against product will
Published each Thursday and .entered. Second evil thoughts and desires that probably be accepted by homemakers Did you know that In some roast Saturday, Aug. 5 8:30: AM to 1 PM

Class Matter of the Pott Offic. at Stark., Florida( .....11 us; being omnipotent. In the next 10 years. part watermelon of Ails seeds people and eat them Thursday, Aug. 10 8:30: AM to 8 PM

under Act of March 3rd, 1879.Subscription In His boundless mercy He from Even through vegetable food protein fabricated( to like peanuts? Or that "Orien : Saturday, Aug. 12 8:30: AM to 5 PM
In trade area: 1 $5.00; Outside will help us when we truly
year tale preserve watermelon by
replace meat and dairy Regular hours thru Friday 8:30 AM S PM
pro Monday : to
tredo area: 1 year $5.50. repent and strive again for ducts) not brining them in barrels? Well, I .
new, (here la anew *:iJf' .
rijthteouneiiii., look which has to do with even U you Just eat them raw...

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.' SAVE Wily cIVA' \ (
,i in BRIEF j

A"'J i1 Green Stamps!
I BY LINDA G.,COX ii4\; {

,''M ;, W Everyday Low Prices!
: !
Revival services started Sun > Weekly Specials
day. July 9, at the New River '
Baptist Church and will continue -
through July 18,each night
at 8 o'clock. Rev. Odom of :
Grace Baptist Church Is the
evangelist.The L) iI iIBEEF

churc I39th will annlveraary be observed on of the the ?;$

16th with dinner on the '
grounds. Rev. Jim Countryman &
the pastor, Invites T6 ale' i
? k
everyone to attend.VACATIONS PEQ i ,
SHEIL lOW 30 r y ? '

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Booth Quantity RightsOIL
and children enjoyed a camp Reserved
ing trip,, leaving for the Smo- WINN DIXIE STORES INC ,' '
ky Mountains on June 18 and COPYRIGHT 1972
returning June 26. Highlights QUART 59C

Cherokee of the trip, and Included Maggie Valley touring PRICES GOOD THURS. JULY 13 THRU WED. JULY 19

N.C. and Gatlinburg Tenn. On
their way home they enjoyed"Six USDA GRADE 'A' QUICK FROZEN W-D BRAND

Atlanta and also visited rela- Baking Hens lB.48C
tives In Albany, Ga.
Scott Bristol enjoyed UH) w

week Isabel Cherry of June Bristol Lake 29 near at and 4-H Madison Rhonda Campon 'AVOD'WD"AND'URE. SLICED BACON CHUCK ROAST

Harrell Airman and returned Mrs. Tony home Castlen with Gr. Beef 5 pBG, $299

of Tampa on Sunday, June 25, JQ
for a week's stay. Valerie and
Tony brought them home on '
July 1, staying with their fam- SAVE 21cLb. W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEFChuck @
ilies, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Bristol VTRIe.1LB. .
and Mr and Mrs. Leroy Steak.78C 63 68{
Stokes, until Tuesday, July 4.
Melvin Bristol of Syracuse
N.Y. enjoyed a visit with his PKG.:
brother and sister-in-law Mr. SAVE 41c Lb. WO BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF STEAKSDelmonicos.5"89 LB
and Mrs. Iton Bristol duringthe
week of July 2. ::
PERSONALSWe : \\\ _ _ _

are thankful to have
Ernest Edwards home from the
hospital. He was Injured by a SAVE 27e PUNCH
cow May 8 and had to spend WESSON OIL 4 KETCHUP -
four weeks In Alachua General Detergent PKG 66c
Hospital and two weeks in the .
V.A. Hospital.
Mrs., 1'. U. Steele of Vero
Beach recently visited her son- SAVE 6c HUDSON TOGETHER BATHROOM

'A.' in-law Mrs. Ernest and daughter.Edwards Mr.and and fa- RQLL $

mily. Tissue 2 PKG. 19C @:
. THRIFTY': tt Q "
.- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest CATSUP 4
Douglas on the birth of a SAVE 18c TWIN PACK CRACKIN' GOOD 24-0.

July Brooker daughter 7. Mrs.,is Sarah the Iva paternal Trances Douglas grandmother on of- Potato Chips 2 -90.,, $100 5 BOTTLES 14 SAVE 16$100<1 BOTTLES 14-oz.

:' and Mr. and Mrs.W.B.
: Hill of Charleston S.C. are In
': maternal grandparents
; --To Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
:' Edwards, who celebrated their
30th wedding anniversary on R lTflp.ffpyiHHBIMW | B 19 I
June 28. 1 s 1 s I e 1 / I I
:, --b! David Stalnalier who N
;'': Just finished cutting a record
at Nashville, Tenn. Accompanied I I I 1/
;: by his manager, A. B. 1 C / / 4 1 4 '
"., Adams David flew to Nashville -
on two consecuUve week-
ends. Besides attending to
business they enjoyed the Corned BciiII i 111 I 1 V s 1 IA
Grand Ole Opry and a sight-
seeing bus tour. David's I> record {
; will be released in a few
weeks to the Couiitry-Wasteru e i I ? 1. I
a 1 1 1 I
stations In six states. The local -
one will be WD\H in
Gainesville. If you like his record -
support him by calling I/ /1
the station requesting that it 1 1 I I I 1I -
:. be played. David Is the son of .

.; Mr. and !Mrs. W. C. Stalnaker VI, |# II F.?; ,. -,.., > '
of Brooker.
I1 11 11
I Prayer List: !Monroe Barnes, Mayonnaise 4 a I 1 4 1
, Morris Dyal, Ernest Edwards, \ -! .::. .
Polly Clark, Ooella Tetstone. .
Sympathy Is extended to !the ,
; Fred !McDavid /1 i
family whose /
1 1 / 1 I I- I 1
grandmother, !Mrs. Martha J.

nines, died on June 25. .. M *! .,. ..?... / :" '. .: .. '

ETAAIIIL Old 1'ziz& Family Bread Pfe Shells I I I/ :S/. ';-:R9e.rei.tLPlttmS'! ] I

e ..**** $|Qot I Celery 2
I L/ ''MOV | ; STI\S, FOR 49C

y rf

"In summer theatre
farmers replace the cows In

their barns with hams." Mixes YQ I Cantaloupes

x 15 t

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';" '. $

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Charle I ; 1 8-ox CAN


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'There have been several Ex.--R ; EX.-RA. EX.--RA! ; EXTRA ; Ex..TRA :

recent bre k-ina In homes Pol.) _JfH.... .<_GREEN...*I.. ....M>*STAMPS.MO........Of I I .dx... .._GREEN t..... C0i.OM STAMPS.......[....O* 1 dot.._GREEN...... ..!".STAMPS.M........ !. ;,I I I .4'*./...GREEN.*.... CHHH STAMPS._,.*,.."..) *. ;, I I _dx'0...-GREEN...... ,..-STAMPS.-. ...... .. .:
DOM my Homeowner I ONE 3 LBS. OR MORE / ONE 3 less I ONE 2.IB. CUP 1 ONE A.ol. JAR 1 TWO 4'/i' '01, PKCS. 1
Johns Agency completely Boneless Roast : Beef Patties Cottage Cheese : 4 Coffee I '+!1 Cheese Curls :
cover both the damage or "r t GOOD THRU JULY 19 I ;;;? GOOD THRU JULY 19 ZITS; GOOD THRU JULY I 19 t. ; GOOD THRU JUIV 19 t :1: GOOD THRU JULY l lNO. 19 .
be L : No. 1 .,, ..... ... II No. 4 ., I
thai NO. 2 -"
vandalism may
MI caused by burglars plus IEX.RA

the stolen value?" of anything I I rGREEN STAMPS ;I I I J'1t GREEN STAMPS I I Jii GREEN STAMPS I I ER 4'1t. GREEN. STAMPS. .. .. ; I I EX.-RA.A'H GREEN... STAMPS ::
/ 1 -rrNNI-...... ._qr W........ N I VMM*Mt t.M.{Ow. w W MMCH.H M ..._ .. .. ._.N .. [ .. II .
Charley E. ONE 14.al CAN 1 ONE 3'01. JAR TWO 12.PACKS ONI I MS. ONE 31..01. PKO. .
: JOHNS AGENCY Spray & Wash Tea Fudge Bars Sirloin ShrimpGOOD '
: 1 1L L GOOD THRU JULY 19 1 '+bS: GOOD THRU JUIV 17r I i"' GOOD THRU JULY 1 11 / A .lt: GOOD THRU JULY 1No .r'tt: THRU JUIV IfNO. INK.r I
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EJ3INOTICE ::i': { : i; } I.: : ; 1 rr-w r r...w-- -w. LAW T E Y wrrrrrrrr-r--

B7 EIIaIIeIIa Ten7
Carroll Smith Johns Et Al has of Florida.
made Unless l such cerflcate| : or certificates : IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CHURCH SCHEDULES Miss Elizabeth has inn in Lake City;
Application to the Bradford Terry was a Blanchard
Miss Etna
COURT OF BRADFORD COUNTY Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Prater
shall redeemed Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Arpin
County according Grace: United Methodist Thursday overnight of Jacksonville
; Zoning Board for FLORIDA guests and family of Jacksonville, been moved from
neUssUlcatloa of the property; : to law the property; IN PROBATE Church Sunday School 9:45: her sister Mrs. C. E. StrIck-: spent July 4 at Lake Swan Convalescent Center In Jacksonville of Dinsmore called: on Mrs.:
described In such Floy Bennett on Sunday.
certificate They
: : Worship Services 11 in While County
a.m. a.m. land Gainesville. there to Baker ;
described below from Rl-C JAMES REA- ,
to IN REi Estate of Bible Camp.
certificates will be sold to the with Mrs. Bennett visited Mr.
and 8 p.m. Children's Hour she visited Mrs. Harry WUker- Home at Macclennyon :
MB Com at SW Cor of SE highest bidder at the courthouse: SON Deceased. Tuesdays 7-8:30: p.m. Prayer son. Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwright Nursing and Mrs. Hugh Darden Gran-
1/401 NE 1/4 of Sec 27 6-2LE:, door on the first Monday In NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Meeting Wednesday 8 p.m. and Mrs. Jewel Redding In Alachiia and David of Waycross, Saturday.of Mrs. Harry Wll- din Lake.
SI 16' o" E 13.4804 Chns to Month of August 1972. whichis creditors: of the Estate Choir Practice Thursday 7:30 General Hospital.Mr. Ga.. were guests of their Friends happy to learn that Mrs. A. C. Pearce spent the
Conc. Mon. S 69' 28' 30"E the 7th day of August, 1972 of JAMES REASON deceased and Mrs. Fred Moore mother Mrs. Trubv Waln- kerson are able to return to her weekend with her son and
20.8921 Chns to Cone mon., Dated this 26th day of June are hereby notified and required P.m.The were 4th of July dinner guests right, on Saturday. David remained she was Saturday after surgeryon daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
N59' 48' 50" E 13.0936 elms.. 1972. to file any claims: or folks of the church: met of their brother and sister-in- for a longer visit with home Monday In Alachua General Waylen Sapp in Jacksonville.:
S 87' 42' 0" E 42.0140 chns,. GILBERT S. BROWNBy demands which they may have Saturday and painted the san- law. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Boyer his grandmother. Also happy to learn Friends of Charles Starling
said In the Office Mr. and Mrs. Horace: Cox Hospital.
S 30'14"0"E 29.4843 chns.. .s7'24'ZO"W against estate will regret to learn that he Is
Beulah M. Moody D.C. ctuary during the day. At noon and several members of that Mrs. L. P. Rafuse came
of !the County Judge of of Santa Fe Lake Charles
8 chns to Corner of ; a patient In St. Vincent's Hos-
the ladles served the spendIng -
'Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford County. Florida In a delicious family group near Ocala. kins of Starke and Mr. and home on Friday After
lands this date conveyed to Bradford County Florida. ; lunch which: was enjoyed by all. Friends of II. L. Barfieldare several days In the same pital.
'Tom Smith for FOB, S 7' 24" ; the Courthouse at Starke Flor- Church of God Sunday glad to learn that he was Mrs. Paul DlnMns. and David Fourth of July guests of Mr.
20"W 22.297 chns., N 82'35' 7/6 4t 727NOTICE Ida. within six calendar: months School 10 a.. Worship Services able to return home from St. of St.their. Augustine Mrs.P. were. hospital.Rev.. Don Denton went by and Mrs. Hubert Priest were
of mother
40" W to Waters of Sampson from (the (date of the first pub 11 a.m. and 8 pun.Fa Vincent's Hospital In Jack- guests their brother-in-law and sister -
lication of L. Dlnklns on Wednesday.Mr. Plane to Zanesvllle. Mr. and Mrs. E.
'Lake. Northerly along waters this notice. Each mily night Wednesday sonville Saturday. Ohio W. Williams -
claim: or demand : and Mrs. Robert E. Tuesday where he conducted and Hal, of Wellborn
of sampson lake to corner of must be In Highland Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lang :
the lands this date conveyed to writing and must state the place: Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Den- Smith and daughters of Key the funeral of his cousin: Edwin and Mr. and Mrs. George H.
Tom Smith N 59'46'0" t along OF APPLICATIONFOR of residence and post offlce ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: mark and family and Mr. West, who were vacationing In Norman who was killed Summerlin and grandson. IAlvidAllinder
the line of this lands this date TAX DEED address of the claimant: and p.m. -Prayer-Meeting weanes- and Mrs. Charles McBur- Tennessee returned on ,Sunday In an automobile accident. of Lake City.DAISYFRESH ; .
conveyed to Tom Smith to the Sec. 194.16. F.S. must be sworn to by the claimant : day 7:30. followed by Choir nett, all of Jacksonville and and spent to Thursday Wilkinson with Miss Arthurlne Blanchard visited -
Point of Beginning. his agent or his attorney Practice.: Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Shuford their mother Mrs. Nellie her sister. Miss Enza
This change: In classification NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. or It will become void Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore and family Mr. and Mrs. and sister Mrs. Daisy Blanchard at Baker County; a
is subject: to a public hearing that CASSIE SEABRIGHT the according to law. were dinner guests of their Danny Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Boch and Lynn. Nursing home at Macclenny'on : .
holder of !the following certificates Lamar Priest carried his
: -
to be Tuesday 23 BEATRICE P. JACKSON and Mr. Glen Starling Mr. and Mr. Saturday. \
held on July son-in-law daughter
( ..
Cedar Key
has filed said certificates cousin, Nona Day of .
,at 7:30: p.m. In the County; Com- as Administratrix of the and.Mrs... T. L. Casey and family Bryant Reddish and Mrs.Lola K' and Mrs. Henry Hodges
for a tax deed to be Issued home on Friday and spent the and
Estate children
of JAMES : were guests of '
mission room at the Bradford REASON of Starke on Sunday. Carter all gathered at the home --
The certificate with them.
County Court House : Deceased. of Mr. and Mrs. Leon weekend Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones of
; at which Mrs A. C. Pearce and Mrs. Starling ,
numbers and years of Issuance, JOHN Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nor- Sabuday
KOPELOUSOS Chimney Rock N. C., -
time all Interested for a cookout on the 4th of -
persons Floy Bennett were guests of .
the description of the properly; SHAW AND KOPELOUSOS man and family went to DIs- to Tuesday. ,
shall be
heard for or against and the names In which It was their sister-in-law Mrs. Sarah July.Mrs. World on Friday and en-
142 West ney
Call Street ,l
the proposal as specified In Thompson In Jacksonvillefrom C. R. Crews and Glen I .
Mr. and Mrs. James Anders .
assessed are as follows: Starke Florida Joyed; the scencery very .
Ann her .
the Code were guests of son-
Zoning of BradfordCounty.
Thursday While
Certificate No. 47, Year of Attorneys for Sunday. much. and children: of Palatka were .
; Administratrix there they visited their aunt, in-law and daughter Mr. and Simon Denton of their
Issuance 1970 Description of 7/13 4t 8/3 Mr. and Mrs. Sunday guests parents
John Torode Chairman Property COM SW COR OF Mrs. Pearl Hodges In the NursIng Mrs. Tommy Clayton and son of Boynton Beach spent Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders :
Bradford County; Zoning EI/2 OF Wl/2 OF SE1/4. OF Home and Mrs. Anna Conner In Jacksonville for two weeks. the weekend with their son and and other relatives .
Board. SE1/4, E. 210' tor While there they with the daughter-in-law Rev. and Mrs. C. K. Cowan and
7/1 2t 1/20 PUB N 420" .E 105', S 420'. From Auschwitz Clayton were dinner guests Mrs. Don Denton and family granddaughter of Jacksonvillewere It> f
W 105' TO P6B SEC: 9, T6S CORRECTION! of their parents Mr. and Mrs. guests of her. parents I d '
R-22-E. to Social SecurityIn Mr. and Mrs. David Wainwright M. A. Clayton in St. Augustineon Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John 1'. Kobert- ."..
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Name In which: assessed Pioneer and new son, Christo- the 4th of July. Freddie Dinklns of St. Petersburg son, on Saturday.
TAX DEED Finance Company.All 1944, Henry Eisler a pher David of Albany Ga., Mrs. R._ L. Bradley was: are happy to learn of the Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish --.
Sec. 194.16. F.S. of said property; being In tailor in Czechoslovakia were guests of their parents a dinner guest of her son- arrival of their daughter Eli- attended the Barber-Rowe Reunion '''. a
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the County; of Bradford State of was sent to a Nazi concentration Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Starling in-law and daughter Mr. and zabeth Ann, on July 8 In the In Macclenny on Sunday.
that Mr. W. C. Poweir'the hold- Florida. where all over the weekend. Other guests Mrs. Gary Bennett, on July 4. hospital there. Paternal grand- Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest -A colorful
Unless such certificate camp records of the Starlings were another Mr. and Mrs. dinner of their bro- daisy applique brightens
er of:the following certificates or Her son and daughter-in-law parents are were guest this one-piece stretch coverall -
has died said certificates for a certificates shall be redeemed of his identity were son and daughter-in-law Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Bradley Charles Dinkins of Starke. ther-in-law and sister Mr.and in n cotton blend. It's
tax deed to be Issued thereon. according to law the property; destroyed.After and Mrs. Dan Starling of Jacksonville of Jacksonville visited them Friends of Wayne Hardee Mrs. E. W. Williams and Hal styled with a convenient new
The certificate numbers and described In<'such certificate: and their parents Mr. during the afternoon. regret to learn that he Is a In Wellborn on Sunday. During side-snap construction for
years of Issuance, the description or certificates will be sold to the war, Eisler movedto and Mrs. A. J. Thigpen of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Han- patient In the Veterans Hos- the afternoon they visited easy changing, and has a
of the property; and the the highest bidder at the courthouse Minneapolis, Minnesota, Greenville. sen. Mrs. Walter Martin and pital in Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Ceo R. Summer- gently elasticized waist-back
names In which It was assessed door on the first Mondayin where he lived and worked for perfect fit. By Carter's.
are as follows: Month of August, 1972 which: until
Certificate No. 83 Year of Issuance Is the 7th day of August, 1972, retirement age. Then
1959 Description of Dates this 28th day of June in effect, he had to prove BonulBuyc
Property; Tract 10 Carl Voll- 1972. his very existence when he -
kopf SID.Namea. GILBERT S.BROWN applied for monthly social liiG EveryDayLQwPrice Eve ayLwPrice
In which assessed B>- Beulah M. Moody D.C security benefits. Today he CooK __
James Z. Lee. Clerk of Circuit: Court of
All of said property; being In Bradford County; Florida is retired and gets monthly 4'01 78e LEAN MEATY WESTERN Pantry
7 the County; of Bradford Stale 6/6 4t 7/27 checks from social security. .n REGULAR GRIND P/VIM

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In Accordance 1972 First Presbyterian Church, a.m. on the 27th day of July w.
with OF plead.
198.1M Florida Section 396 N. Cherry St.. Starke Fla. 1972 for the sale of surplus IN THE CIRCUIT COURT DATED Street Marke, Florida, and on August 1, 1972 I will apply
The Salvation Statutes 1971 Church of God 422 N. St, land Parcels 20 (Part); and FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL this 29 day of June file the original with t the to the Honorable T-6-S R-22-E.
Army. Rt. 3. Clair St. Starke Fla. 17Part) and 20 (ParO. Sec. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- D. 1972. Brad Names In which assessed
Box 146. Starke, Fla. FORD COUNTY.CIVIL ACTION GILBERT BROWNBY Clerk of the abovestyled; Court YAWN, County; Judge of
Church of Jesus Christ Church of God, 635 McMahonSt. lion 2804-201 (28520-2601)), Beulah not nr before August 3, 1972; ford County; Florida for approval .EAH ENTERPRISES INC.
of NO.1392.IN
Starke Fla. State Road 18 (C5-23I Brad- All of said being In
Latter Day otherwise a judgment be of said final returns ;
Salnto 1404 MAR- Deputy Clerk may
E.Bes- RE The Marriage of
Assembly of God Drawer C. ford : the County of Bradford State
sent Rd., Starke, Fla. County.; GARET SCHMIELAU TUCKER, FAGAN, CROUCH, ANDERSON entered against you for the and for an Order of Distribution : ; ,
Lakeland Fla., 33802. No bid will be considered of Florida.
Board of Public Instruction. Wife and DAVID M. TUCKER, & FOLDS relief demanded in the Petition and for final discharge a*
St. Edwards unless It Is submitted Unless such certificate
Parish. N. Temple on the or
P.O. for Dissolution
Box of Mar- Executrix
939 Stark. Fla. Husband. Attorneys for PetitionerP.O. of the Will of
Ave., Starke Fla. official proposal form provi- ALICE certificate shall be redeemed
Longbrldgo Christian
Church, Smyrna Miss Bapt. Church ded Drawer 1307 WITNESS H. McINTOSH deceased according to law the
Rt. 1. Lake by the Department of my hand and the property;
Pratt & MyrUe Gainesville described In' such certificate
Starke Fla. Transportation. Such Florida 32601 :
New River Baptist Church.Rt. pro- DAVID TUCKER seal of said Court this 30th Dated till* 28th day of June
I Air Park Baptist Church N. posal forms and Information : M. 7/6 4t 7/27 on or certificate will be sold to
Brooker. Fla. 1972.
Residence Unknown daY or June. AD,1972.
Orange St., Starke Fla. regarding this Call for the highest bidder at tile
Mt. Vernon
Madison! St. Baptist Church as
Bids be obtained fromR. court house door on the first
Rt. I, Brooker. Fla. P.O. Box 378 Starke Fla. may FIED that MARGARET SCHMI IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT trix of the Estate of ALICEH.
H. Johnson District Administrator Monday In Month of August,
Church of God In Christ Bradford ELAU TUCKER has filed a Petition OF FLORIDA EIGIITII COURT McINTOSH Deceased.
Lodge # 35 F & AM Department of JUDICIAL 1972 which Is the 7th day of
Brooker Florida. P.O. Box 64, Starke Fla. Lake In the Circuit Court of CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BY: Beulah M. 7/6 4t 727NOTICE
Transportation City; duly 6,1972 August 1972.
First Publication
Cod Box 1791 Circuit ,
Florida Eighth Judicial BRADFORD COUNTY. CIVIL
Florida. Dates this 28th day of June
Ocoee Florida.Church Madison St., Baptist Parsonage 7/6
In and for Bradford County ACTION. CASE 4t 7/27
1404 W. Pratt Each bid must be accom-
St. Starke
of Christ Brooker. the Petition entit- OF APPLICATIONFOR 1972.
panied by a Cashier's check being IN RE: The Marriage of LIL-
Florida. Fla..Jones other led: The Marriage of MAR- LIAN V. PRESSLEY Wife AND IN > TAX DEED GILBERT S. BROWNBy
Langford White Post or non-cancellable instrument THE COUNTY JUDO'SCOURT
Church & ,
L. PRESSLEY Husband. Moody D.C.
Florida. 56. 715 Edwards Rd. Starke In an amount of $100or BRADFORD-CO- Sec. 194.I6.F.S.
rose Wife, and DAVID M. TUCKER DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE Clerk of Circuit Court
Fla. 10 per cent of the amount UNTY FLORIDA. IN1 PRO- of
Baptist The
Husband. nature of this
NOTICE Bradford
Mt Pisguh A.M.E. Church, bid on each proposal form, OF SUIT BATE NO. 1 1987. TOWN HOUSE ENTERPRISES County; Florida.
Church. Brooker Florida. Petition is for the dissolutionof TO: CECIL L. PRESSLEY that. 7/6 4t 7/27
The Church of God, Gen. Del. Starke. Florida. whichever amount Is greater. marriage.You % Patricia IN RE: Estate of ALICE H. OF FLORIDA, INC.
New Jerusalem Church of This deposit Is a guarantee Triplette McINTOSH
Brooker FIa.Brooker Deceased. the holder of the following cer-
to file
are required Route
God, Inc. Rt. 1 I. Starke, Fla. that the bidder. If successful your 2. Box 37 NOTICE OF FILING FINAL
Baptist Parsonage tificates has filed said certif-
answer or other pleadings to the Ferguson North Carolina.
Bradford Co. Vol. Fire will enter into a written contract REPORT AND APPLICATIONFOR
Florida. icau for tax deed to be issued
Brooker. a -
Petition with the Clerk of said YOU ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED will not be responsible for
in with the
Pine lilt Lodge F & A M Box 786, Starke, Fla. deeping termsof DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR thereon. The certificate
Bethel Baptist Church his proposal. Deposits sub- Court and to serve a copy thereof that an action for dis- any debts contracted by anyone,
Brooker Fla. numbers and of Issuance
mitted unsuccessful bid- upon Petitioner's attorneys solution of marriage has been years other than myself. -- ClarenceE.
Starke by
Florida. Notice is
hereby given that
Dedan Chuch Rt. 1 Brook the description of the property
and address
er Fla. 7th Day Adventist Church, ders will be returned immed- names appear filed against you and you are I have filed my final reportas and the names In which it was Climer, Rt. I I. box 118,

oak Grove Ind. A. F. ME. Box 1313 Orlando Fla. iately following determination below not later than August required to serve a copy or Executrix of the Estate of assessed are as follows: Starke, Fla., 2 tp. 1720

Brooker. Florida. Grace Baptist Church, Grif- of the successful bidder. 7, 1972.Herein your written defenses, if any, ALICE H. McINTOSH, deceased Certificate No. 94. Year of

Rock Church Rt. 1 Brooker fis Loop Starke, Florida. The Department reserves the fall not or a default to It on ELZIE S. SANDERS, ; that I have filed my Issuance 1965, Description of
Florida. Southslde Church of Christ right to reject any or all bids will be entered against you for Attorney for Petitioner whose application for distribution and Property; LOTS 6 & 7 OF BLK A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH

Evergreen Miss. Bapt. Starke, Florida. and to waive technical errorsas your failure to answer or address Is 138 West Call for final discharge, and that 16 IN KNIGHTS S/D SEC: 21- brings results.
Hampton Baptist Church, may be deemed best for the
Church Rt. 1. Lawtey Fla. Hampton, Florida. interest of the State

Northslde Baptist Church Rt. Hampton Vo. Fire Dept. PROPERTY!: M.XNAGEMENTSECTION 4 gAeu awg4

2, Box 100 Starke Fla. lIampton Vol. Fire Dept., : lie/aflhf u ; : 0 po GI
Hellbron Baptist Church. Hampton, Florida. Right! of Way Division, I,. UIM 4,

Rt. 2. Box 73-E Starke, Fla. Christian Church Hampton DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION -

Union Prlmattve Baptist Florida. __________
Church % Vernon Reddish, Rt. Baptist Church Hampton, 7/13 2t 720RESOLUTION

2, Starke Fla. Florida.
Bayless Hwy Baptist Church Macedonia Bapt. Church I---_ 1.

Parsonage lit. 2, Starke Flo- Hampton, Florida.! NO.BRADFORD .-
rida. Hope Baptist Church, Rt. 1 I. __

Bayless Hwy. Baptist Church Box 65, Starke, Florida

Rt. 2, Starke. Florida. Theressa Community, Center. COUNTY
Rt. 1, Starke Florida. FLORIDA
Pine Level Baptist Church. Church of God by Faith NOTICE: OF INTENT TO CON-

Rt. 2. Starke florlda. Rt. 1 1. Melrose, Florida. SIDER TIlE ADOPTION OF A

Graham'Baptist Church Graham Faith Presbyterian Church RESOLUTION LEVYING AN .IT..i

Florida. Inc. Rt. I, Melrose.Ebenezer OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE
Calvary Baptist Church, Law- Baptist Church, TAX BY THE BOARD OF
toy Florida. Starke Florida. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF

Lawtey United Meth. Church. Mt. Zion AME, Box 183, Law- BRADFORD COUNTY FLOR : p'4' 5 uP l' 3 I EAGLE BRIQUETS, 10 LB. BAG I
Box 205, Lawtey Florida. tey, Fla. IDA.TO
Grand Lodge #189 F & AM City; of Starke City; Hall, : ALL CITIZENS, TAX- WITH SPRAY GUN

Lawtey, Lawtey, Florida. Starke, Florida. PAYERS AND OTHER INTER- (( .

First Baptist Church of Law- Bradford County, % G. 'F. ESTED PERSONS. '00 MOREII ,
toy Box 26, Lawtey Florida. Brown, Courthouse Starke, A,
are hereby and herewith
given r1
Fla. ; 'c.qj'
First Baptist Church of notice that the Board of County \

Lawtey Parsonage Box 26, 1.1. Board, Tallahassee, ; Commissioners of Brad- :

Lawtey Florida. Florida. ford County; Florida, at their :
Lawtey Church of God: P.O. Goodwill Ind. of North Fla., regular meeting to be held at -
Box 77, Lawtey FlorlUa. 4527 Lenox Ave., Jacksonville 9:30: a.m. in the County; Com- ?

Philadelphia Miss. Bapt. Fla.First mission Meeting Room, Bradford :.- Fantastik Spray Cleaner ,
Church P.O. Box 245, Law- Born Church of Living County, Court House, Gun to

toy Florida. God Rt. 1, Starke, Fla. Starke, Florida, on Monday, W/Spray/ ,f'):.
Church Lawtey Florida. Pleasant Grove Baptist August 7, 1972 will considerthe f l) Fontottik., Spray Cltan- Men's Dress leans '1Zl IR
Rose of Sheron Lodge #547 Church lit. 1, Box 491, Mel- adoption of a resolution ., lull tpray on .-. \ .;; :

Lawtey, Florida. rose, Fla. relating to: No wipe' riming.off. R..dy.a No ph.u. ,JI \ d'' All oupltbly .., ...dd '/w,,
Macedonia FWL Baptist K. P. Lodge, Starke Fla. A RESOLUTION RELATINGTO ph a.... Cloont a II In Ih. ',....' ''ab"...
Church Box 219 Lawtey, Flo Church RU 1 I. Starke Fla. OCCUPATIONAL Ll- wathablo +urfac.' ., R.- ,/% \ A ..,d. .I.c".n, a'mov. '
rida. Church .Rt.-1 Lawtey' Fla.ChurcfvAawtey. .- CENSE.TAXATION AUTHOR- .. ttubborrt. sod. f ttnpa, pladr, pCam. 1
I .. with, j .old c.lo. ...," t
i '" '
Florida.: ,,",., v M tproyor" T..Quart! ".,yo'' ...,a.:
Church Lawtey Florida O"'I.EVY'' OCCUJI'AtIONALLICENse \ Lux Bath Size
Woodmen of the World Camp 5".. 29 10 38. Soap
Pentecostal Ella) Churchof 138, .N.....;SU,._Clalr. St., Starke, TAXES: PROVIDING Our Discount, 1.16 '.u:. \ ,
God Lawtey Florida. Fla. THAT THE CLASSIFI- Wa. / ra Performance' and quality of. I L.m, I Plg 0/4' Ba.)
Beauty' Soap it unconditionally
Church of God In Christ of CATION AND MEASUREMENT guuroiilvod., Pmttl
St. John.Baptist Church 1<10 Lawtey, Lawtey Fla. OF THE TAX AND t \ Om Discount Pisa or wh"" .. S 01. bar
1. Lawtey, Florida. i \ Wac 3.96 liS
F & AM Lodge Hampton, Fla. TIlE TAX ITSELF SHALLBE Our Ditcount Pric
Morgan ltd. Chapel, KlL> 2,
Keystone Airport, City; of THE SAME AS AUTHORIZED 'I d w.. 69CMen's
Morgan ltd., Starke, Fla. Keystone, Hgts., Keystone UNDER CHAPTER 205 _
Pleasant Hope Meth. Church 6
Rt. 2, Starke, Florida. 7/13 2 1720NOTICE PRIOR TO APRIL 24
1972 f111
PlneValley Congo Holiness EFFECTTVCDATE !! i; ((rrf1 sus _nIJ If"7'r'.tjJ -
Church RU 2, Box 19, Starke, \.. ....'

Pleasant Grove United Meth. Notice Is hereby given that I, NOTICE that said resolutionwas Irk Better polos 41 Muriatic Acid

Church 941 Old Lawtey Rd., P.D. Reddish! as Sheriff of first duly considered by Aftortd colon tNNS

Starke Fla. Bradford County; Florida, under the Board of County CommIssioners fabric* & m"""' :. "00- .
First United Meth. Church tQ ,rl, .
and by virtue of Writ of at their regular mon- I \ -' G4tl In.u. cmU. '
Parsonage, 1605 Ralford Rd., Execution, to-wtt:Execution Issued thly meeting held at the Brad- .. to $4.90. BaI1SeCt : J ''r.. w.1I1 and
S, M, L XL p ,
l lIl IIm. ''r. 1.1.
Starke. 10" Fans Mllf'1otlG'
out of Small Claims Courtof ford County; Court House on Ealll Ourcl
Pine Hill Meth. Church, Rt. Bradford County; florida July 3, 1972. Boldncvd blade' Sa'y' S .eonomreal' i
2. Starke Florlda. II I V _. grills. Motor n..., n..d
Antioch Baptist Church, Rt. pursuant to a Final Judgement That this notice Is hereby I oiling., 1 Yr Guar 5210. taolm.nt.
for Town Finance Co. at Starke given to conform with the notice -
2, Starke, Florida of Starke Florida, and against requirements of Chapter w'n Oa Discount Our Daount
BPOE Lodge #1802 2030 N. Harold D. & Marlene Smith, 72-306 Laws of Florida, 1972, \ Proe. wad S Pnc.1,16 Wo.
Starke Fla. S.!"
Temple ,
defendant, in the amount of that fifteen 05)) days public

Robinson, Jenkins. DeSue $400.00, together with costs of notice by given between the first 4 tee ..-_ -.-,-
A.M. Leg. Post #313, 1004 collection. and last reading of such resolution Mods Y&xm\ve\ r- "'1

Florida St., Starke, Fla. Have seized and have In my by publishing such notice Walk < pb 1 r

Greater Beth, FWL Baptist possession the following des- In a newspaper of general Shorts t I 1 '

Church, 1111 Caltary St., Starke cribed Dernnnnl nrooertv to- circulation in Bradford County; Sehd., :

Fla.Bethel wit: 1962 4 dr. Chevrolet (pale Florida. Cushion Crew Socks ,, ? ;
Baptist Church Green) Tag 45W-2065, I. D. EACH AND EVERY PERSON uph iy. wish flrp.4, alad, +. I5 Je Eastern

Starke, Florida. 218391130375 Title 6378097. As having any Interest whatever in top, 5ua 10-13. 29 to 42. -, ..-' f Electric
Nw Hope Baptist the property; of the above named the enactment of this proposed Our D.coun l Om Dnceunt ,.r / /, H ,,,-" Hot Combs
Church, 2048 Oil Lawtey Rd., defendant and that on Monday resolution should appear at the Pnc. Wa. Eagle Gold 10W3D

Starke Fla.Prince the 7th day of August, 1972, time and place herein pres- 3/1.32 2.96 With" 'Im.-loath tend
Hall Carver Lodge at twelve o'clock Noon on said cribed. Motor OHA coarsftooth styling

#89, Starke, Florida. day on the premises of the BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS high' d.t.rg.ncy. hoavy comb and styling ..4cd
-- duty oil 'for modrrn motor brush I Yr WarrantyMen'
Bradford County Jail I will offer )
Church of God In Unity; Lake AIO 1 Quart.
for sale and sell to the high- COUNTY FLORIDA. a 4tAUSY Om Dncounr .
City Florida. -'SI' Our DiscountPnco ,
Starke; Cong. of Jehovah's est bidder for cash in hand, the BY: GILBERT S. BROWN WK7+ NEALIW SAV 1NGS Wot43c Pne.wat

Witness, 2nd Estelle St..Starke, above described property; of CLERKIt _1,96 _
said defendant to satisfy the
Navy Oxfords i' reed

Fla.Laurel Baptist Church Rt. I 1. aforesaid P.D. Reddish Execution., Sheriff Black Lather op.n. I I 'W dI

Starke Florida. IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF I I "g and .n"a"i. \
Bradford Florida
Bradford County Hospital 922 ; EIGHTH JUDICIAL S..., 6', to 12
E. Call St. Starke. Fla. .7/13 4t 8/3 CIRCUIT FLORIDA,, IN AND FOR BRAD- 1 h+" Johnson Protein 21 i ; jA r
our Discoin' '
1083 Gy
Presbyterian Manse FORD COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION P' bII: Babe Oil HairConditioner MI
Bessent Rd.. Starke, Fla. IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S CASE NO. 7r' I Mermen Skin Bracer \ Ny,4
Bradford Co. Library Bldg. COURT OF BRADFORD COUNTY \ M } ,
IN RE: The Marralge of /'ntftn 0. DncounrI "
Comm. Inc.. Drawer 520 FLORIDA.In Our Discount O.O.ounl ..
Starke, Fla.Lion's re: Estate of JAMES AUS- DAVID H. MARTIN, Husband. p 1 00 r' Pric.1.19 Lip pS; Wet J.n Ve 7
Den, 125 N. Walnut St., TIN BELL, m, deceased. Door Entry Locks
.Starke. Fla. NOTICE OF FILING PETITIONFOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE h Ladies' mVfJ Don,., locksots I lit oil Masterpiece Pictures
First Baptist! Church.: P.O. FINAL DISCHARGE OF NOTICE OF SUIT Hot Pants Sets m standard doors Rustproof.with no Assorted roproductions
drilling. of famous artists. Docorativ -
r box 127. Starke. Fla. TO: DAVID H. MARTIN Cool acttat in toddt & frarno.
Starke Woman's Club, 436 ADMINISTRATIONTO Street Address Unknown ttnpvt.Th* vanity of h Ow D.eaunt, Our Discount
N. Walnut St., Stark. Fla. ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- BentonvUle Arkansas 1 tlylf Includ pullover, +, Pr .. W0, Ei Pnco Wos
First United Meth. Church, CERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED and S.10to button front 1.., ttylvt 1 4,66 1:00
P.O. Box 157, Starke, Fla. Notice Is hereby given that I that an action for dissolution

Episcopal Church Parrish have filed my final report a* of marriage has been I Ow DueountPric. r

House P.O. Box 487. Starke, administrator of the estate of filed against you and you are Wp, \, y

Fla. James Austin Bell.UI.deceased required to serve a copy of 3.96 nI
Episcopal Rectory P.O. Box that I have filed my applicationfor your written defenses If any

487 Starke, Fla. final discharge and that I to It on ELZIE S. SANDERS,, ?,. ,
Calvary Rapt Church of will apply to the Honorable Attorney for ,petitioner, whose f S
Stark, P.O. Box 403. Stark*. Theron A. Yawn. County; Judge address 138 W..tCalJStreet: d v Ladl s'Fashion

Fla. of Bradford County; Florida,on Stark. Florida and file the 1. Dome SI 100!' Better
First Christian Church, P.O. for approval of the same and for original with the Clerk of the Umbrellas 6D cJe Aluminum Web Chaises a y
Box 66, Stark. Fla. final discharge as administrator r Fothi n ttylmg. Clor
above-styled Court on or before f tfort.cal' I ".b' and 16
Cong, of Jehovah's Witness of the estate of James ; 100'. v.nyl with, bright, Better Aluminum Web Chairs horitofllal, wobt. Sturdy JOIC/ Jugs
Stark -F1a.Bapdat July 20.1972; otherwise a cgla.4 bond trimming.HandU With ...... Sturdy Royal I Court Tennis I Balls
Rt. I 1. Box 172-B Austin Bell, m, deceased. Judgment may be entered. a- to match. Loop 6.4.4 w b* arm aluminum, with" colorful' D"*0 bl. platfie I ,. C 0 I Of'u 1
Church Pastorium, July 6. 1972. -" Attort- aluminum I from with colorful' w.b* w.bb.>7g. Fold .0..I Y. 3 ball to a .pacha?*. Mad orange.nd Eooy
for the relief demanded carrying trrop. g.n
336 H. Walnut St., Stark. Fla. /./ James Austin Bell Jr. galnat you in the Petition for- .d eolo... bn, 9. Fold up for oa y ttorogo. in England. Id..la th. pour tpout.Our .

N1 Bethel Baptist Church, JAMES AUSTIN BELL. Jr. Dissolution of Marriage. Oar O.eoan' PrK. Our o'.c P.icWat GiI bginnor., Ditcount
Our Discount m
Stark, Florida. Administrator of the estateof and the wa"l-,81s 4:88 8.44 S. Prlco Was m

Allen Chapel AME. 74917neSt. James Austin Bell, m, de- seal of said on this 16 wet : 77c

of June A.D. 1972.GILBERT )y
., Stazk 4tt88/3 day I


1004"Florida 54:. Stark. Fla. Sealed bids will 'be received DEPUTY CLERK FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE. YOU'RE NOT

Homing Star Lodge F. & AM at the Farmers Market 6/29 4t 7/20 PHONE 964-7513 SAVING MONEY I LAYAWAY PLAN.

tee. Starka. Florida. Brooker Florida at 11:00

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By. .Elizabeth (:liven I. Walke r L1.T'rI' '1M 1iJ. m gi? :

SCHOOL Adult Classes NEWS are In progress and each Ushers Monday Board night.No." Tuesday 2 meet Wednesday night, Prayer Maet- i \Y'' Ltl-- L\\\\\ "for when put treasure k. ttwi will yew::t: iko" ;

Ing. Thursday night Senior
at the Vo-Tech: and other rehearsal.
ni ht. Senior Choir
All adults $ Choir rehearsal. Wednesday
In the county.
continuing night, Prayer Meeting Thurs- CHURCH PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
School 10 Morn-
their education for a diploma End of Tooth day night, Ladies Circle will Sunday a.m. CHURCH, STARKE! Holy Eu-
DecayIs Sunday Sunday School, 9:45: 11 Pre Services ConstitutedAs
Improvement meet at home of Sister Sarah School. 9:45 Sunday Sunday ; Ing Worship a.m. i
or Job charist, 1st and 3rd Sundays
self Improvement Predicted in Decade a.m.; Morning Worship at 11 Worship 11 hurch Booster Band
Invited to at- Prlnce.Frlday night the ladles ; Morning ; Young! 8 and 10 Morning prayer,
are sermon; "A Prosperous Soal'* Training 6:15: WMU Prayer People and Prayer Service ajn. Church
will sell pies from the kitchen, at
the decade 2nd 4th and 5th Sundays I
Within next ,
tend. For Information call 964- and Usher Boards 1 and 2 will by Rev. Norman Redding; Bell Circle 7:15: ; Evening Worship 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. lOajn. ,
tooth decay in the United Choir Practice 5:15: ; Church Midweek Service, Wednesday '
6150. go to Baldwin. The Deaconess : After five as a mission -
Staten may be virtually elimInated Board will bake and sell pies Training, 6:15: ; Evening Wor- 7:30.Monday Youth Choir Practice 7:30: p.m. Rev John Strickland of the years First Baptist
CHURCH NEWS according to a spokesman Saturday and Ushers Board ship, 7:30; sermon, "The 7 pm.Wednesday. Patter. LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL Church of Starke Morgan
Greater Allen Chapel AME for Canrad Precision: will sell Ice cream. Sunday is Lord's Supper" by Rev. Nor- Family! Night HOLINESS CHURCH Road Chapel was constitutedas
,Church Rev. C. E. Jenkins Industries Inc., Newark, N.J. Pastorlal Day with Sunday man Redding. Supper 6:30: p.m.; Prayer Maet. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; a church on June 18.
pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. Working with the L. D. School starting services at Monday Bell Choir Practice Ing 7:30: ; Adults Choir Prac- Highway 100 at Theressa) Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Rev. W. A. Hogan, pastor of
Morning Worship at 11. Choir Caulk Company, Cunrud-! 930.: Morning Worship at 11. 6:15: ; Youth Choir. Practice tice, 8:30. Sunday School 10 a.m. Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- the First Baptist Church delivered -
Union, 3 p.m., terminating services Hanovia has produced an Dinner at 12:30.: League at 4 7 p.m. --Denton Sumrall, pastor Morning Worship 11 a.m. ship 7 P.RI.Tuesday, the dedication message
for the day. p.m. Evening Service, 6 p.m. Tuesday Bell cool Practice Training Union 6:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: A constitution and bylawswas
ultra-violet light (known new
as 2 p.m.; Young Musicians. Evening Worship 7:15
The Missionary Sunday
CHURCH OF at time.
School and League ConventionIs the Dental Gun) which is ANNUAL: :; WOMKN'S: DAY Choir, 2:45.Wednesday: AT MELROSE Wednesday Night Prayer Services P.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey pastor The also church approved has 92 membersand
In progress In Jacksonville. used as an activator light in Sunday July 23, Is scheduled Family Night Schedule of Services: 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle Rev. Bob Cooper, who has
Delegates will attend from Allen connection with a new tooth for the annual Women's Day Supper 6 p.m.; Prayer meet- Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. Packham pastor. SMYRNA MISSIONARY been pastor since the missionwas
Ing, R. A. Meeting 6:30
Chapel. Hcalant. celebration at the church. : p.m.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- BAPTIST CHURCH established, will continueIn
Ebenezer Baptist Church The teeth first cleaned Mrs. Louise Linsey, chairman, and Officers Meeting
are Ser-
7:15: Church Choir Practice Ing Worship 7 p.m. BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday this capacity.;
day Rev.School Leroy 9:45.Davis: Morning pastor.Worship Sun-- and conditioned by the dentist asks the all activity women to to make cooperatewith this I! 8 p.m.; All other evenlngs-8 p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m. .::::>.::: ::::;:::: :: :::::::::: :::::::::::::::>>:::':;:::;*
before placement of the sealant ; 'to' Service 11 a.m. Church Preaching, 11 a.m.Training UnIon -
at II. Evening Service, a grand affair. We need the
material. After application 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship OBITUARIES
DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Training 6:30: p.m. Evening
6:30 p.m. Bible Class each of '
hdlp everyone.
7 Everyone welcome.
a liquid plastic the BROOKER Worship 7:30.
Tuesday, 7 p.m. Prayer Meet- CHURCH -Wilbur Dyess; PastorCl'RCH ::::::::::::$::;::::::::'
Ing each Thursday 7 p.m. material i.s exposed to a Sunday School 10 a.m. Worahlp Greater Bethlehem Freewill harmless ultraviolet light EZERASE TYPEWRITER Paper .. Services II a.m. and 7 Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- : p.m.
Baptist Church Rev. Jasper which quickly hardens into a Notebook Fillers.Brad- t'jn. Training Union 6 p.m. Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening IJev. J.D.; ,Robinson OF PROPHECY, BROOKER C. C. Carroll

Williams pastor. Choir No. 3 smooth plastic. shield ford County Telegraph. -Rev. Lacy Conway,,pastor Worshp 7.-James Shaw pastor.summer Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
formerly of
C. Carroll
Ing Worship People's
l1a.m'oung -
BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH/ Service 6 p.m. Evange- Starke, died on July 2 and was
-rt BROOKER. FLA. listic Service, 7 p.m. Wednesday burled In Waycross, Ga.
Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.m. Mr. Carroll and his wife
day School, 10 a.m.Ron Bristol Come and worship with us. Alyne, were owners and operators
Superintendent Training Union, -Rev. Harris of Carroll Clothing and
Bobby : ,pastor
6:45: : p.m. Lowell Douglas DI- Shoe Store located at 118 W.
rector. Worship Services U a. Call St. They sold the store
7:30. Midweek because of the health of Mr.
m., : Prayer Service -
7:30. Lavern music FIRST UNITED METHODIST Carroll who has been 111 for
,' Outlaw STARKE
an extended period.
More facts director. Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning lie Is survived by his wife
GREATER BETHI.FHEM Worship, II; Junior and Senior Aljne, two stepsons, of Miami\,
FIFE WILLBAPTISTCHURCIICor. MVF groups, 6 p.m. two brothers, one sister, and
Wednesday Youth Choir Re-
Ash & Chestnut his mother, of Jesup, Ga.
Sunday hearsal, 7 p.m. Prayer Meet-
School 9:30: ; Morning Worship, ing, 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Re-
11; League 4 p.m.Ight(\; Ser- nM.T' al. 7:45.: L. C.: (JIISI11; : ("
vice, 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams -
about Rev George L. Harper
pastor !I..C( Gasque, or Starke, died
: Friday, .July 7, after a sudden
/ Sunday Service:Sunday Sck of! :Nov. 8, 1911, he was: a retired
Sunday School 10a.m Morn-- 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship maintenance worker and a '
ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening 10.45 a.m. Eveolng Service, 7:15 member of the 1'rimlllvo Baptist
this Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday p.m. Youth GroupMl.etlng.! Sunday Church. 1
Everyone welcome.Rev. 6:30: p.m. Surviving: are his wife, Mrs.
7 Robert Halsten pastor -J.C. Brown minister Ida Hurney Casque, of Starke;
Iwo daughters, Mrs Sandra
CHURCH/ OF GOD Isom and !Mrs Octavla liclla-
422 N. St. Clair St, Starke. GRACE: BAPTIST CHUItni; Vance both of Leesburg; two
Sunday School, 10 a.m.Iorn! HIGHWAY/ SIOOS1'AIUG: sons, Slicrald, Gasque, Atlanta;
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- and Lucian (Jasque, of Germany -
power Evening, 7 p.m. With !Night! Ing Worship. II; Training Union ; one brother Woodrow
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer) 7: Evening Worship, 8. Wed- (.usque!, Ulldwood; three sis-
Meeting, Friday, 7:30: p.m. nesday Prayer; Meeting, 7:30.: ters, !Mrs. :Maggie Jones and
; -Rev. Y.W. Kidd, pastor Rev. Leon T. Odom, .1 r..pea- Mrs. Eva: McKcnney, both of
: tor. Douglas, (..a.; and II grand-
> .KINCSLEY 1.KJoPTIST: children.,
i Sunday School 9:30: ; Training CIIVKCII/ ( GOD I Funeral services were heldat
sl-tuatl.on-; z Union 10:15: a.m.Iorning; : Worship L/UVTKY, FLA. 2 p.m Monday I In the Union'
11 a.m. E'enlngorshlp\ Schedule of services: Sunday !Primitive Hapllsl! Church with

__ .,, .4 I. 7:30 p.m;;, Prayer Meeting 7:30: School, 10 a.m. Morning Wor- Elder 'IJ.
"+'Wedn&sdlQ' M ship at 11. 1 F.vnncellstic: \ .Ser ,..' jnlerment was in )Ujal ,
"tnlJl'I'' orb .v ,r'.11),1.111),, : ..'"; I .iI. t .q"": \;\.w ;I T;otJ. .( l ev.llft;' !' e rt : vice, 6 p.m.'f.{*;>'\nd Prayer" \,CemewrJ under direction of Z
.. \ 4I ; Meeting each Wednesday 7:30: ""1)oW'. JUXj: ...Jones) Funeral I home.1arI .
"On 'Tl<<\ 10 ., ., p.m. -- Rev. Daisy Klght, pas-
MfondlyTJune'26th.: one of FPL's largest power geneVatb'rs i. j.'mS1' 'rIES \'T mt\:':
'" :f ';: '''' Sunday' School, 9:45: a.m.
developed mechanical problems and was temporarily turned off. : '. :9f' Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth ) ) Ituluno

The failure of this 400,000-kilowatt unit at our Port Everglades .., "i, 'r''u ,_ Fellowship<<: 6m. Choir Practice nr.THKL: "': BAPTIST CHURCH/! Mrs.I (I'earl Kahme, 66, of
plant drastically reduced our generating capacity. And ") ;:. Wednesday p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Starke, died Wednesday July
power ;. .. 11 Evening
r ing Worship a.m. 5, In a (Gainesville. hospital
for several hours, placed much of Florida on the very brink of a ',' "';'," "" CHURCH/ OF JESUS CHRIST Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer after an extended illness. She
',''"' .v' OF LATTER D\Y SAINTS Meeting" 7:30 p.m. Wednesda. was born in Bradford County: ;
power' shortage.! ', 1404 E. Bessent Road -Rev. J.C. Saunders, pastor December/ 25, 1905 and was:

Fam'b' /Home Uvenlng- Mon a member! Ule Bal>t1st Church.:
:MORCXN ROAD) CIIAPT.L: Surviving are two sisters,
FPL was able to meet that crisis by borrowing electric power* ," day.Primary- Tuesday 4:30: p.m. Sunday 9:43: a.m. Sunday Mrs Ethel:: 'lldwoll and Mrs.
+/ WednesdayRelief Society, School II a.m. Morning Wor- Bertha McIntosh: both of I lamp-
; from other Florida utilities. 7:30.: ship 6 p.m. Training Union ton.
-" Thursday-) f.I.7:30: p.m. 7 p.m. Evening:: Worship. I Funeral services were heldat
)'- Priesthood 8:30am, Wednesday<<: -7:30 Prayer Services 10 a.m. I Friday In Jones Me-
Can we always rely on other utilities? On June 26th we were Sunday School, 10:30: a.m. Eve- morial Chapel: with Iev.! Melvin -
1; ning Meeting 6 Sacrement. -Rev. Rob Cooper pastor Hamel officiating. Inter-
fortunate. Some of electric companies had '
neighboring '
our .
Jesse D. Branson, Branch ment was In the Hampton Cemetery : -
enough 'power reserves to share with us. At other times, these : ".. :,; President. HAMPTON/ :: BAPTIST with DeWttt C. Jones funeral -
Home In charge of arrangements -
utilities could be meeting such high power demands that they "" ,. HEILBKONN: BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School: 10 a.m.. Morning .

would have none to spare. Or they may have serious problems ," ''.. CHURCH/ : / HIGHWAY/ 16 1'\'\. Service 11 a.m.; Bible Study ::::::::::::::::::::: :::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

themselves. This is what happened on Friday, June 30th, when a : .a: Morning Sunday) Worship School 11.9:45:Training a.m. 6:30: p.m.; Evening Service. 7:30: CARD OF THANKS:

' ":, :: ', neighboring company was forced to shut down its largest. "..,.,;,' : vice Union, 6:30 7:30.:: p.m.Midweek Evening Prayer Ser- Bible P.m.Wednesday Study 7:30- Prayer and Words our cannot deep appreciation adequately express -
: p.m.
"':;..:, ., '.. generating unit and had to call for emergency help from FPL and ; Service-Rev., L 7:30.:, Tommy /Howe pas Melvin Hamel Pastor acts the many that kind come and to sympathetic us at the

other utilities on the state's interconnected network. tor. time of our recent bereavement -
ST. :MARY'S CATHOLIC The family of Oweida
q MACCLENNY I ; : Johns.
What else can we do? While FPL continues to build facilities that ;" t Sunday School 10 a.m.lon: Sunday :Mass 12 noon. Holy :::::::W:::::*::::::::*::-:.:;:::x:8EVERGREEN:::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::.:.:.:.:;

.':' promise future relief to the tight power situation, we're asking ;: Ing \\\orshlp II a.m. Training Day Mass 5:30: p.m. BAPTIST
Union 7 p.m. F.venlng: Worship CHURCH!
:" you to please save electricity between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. the 8 p.m. Wednesday Night service NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Sunday School, 10 a.m Morn
7:30: p.m. Everyone:: wel-' CHURCH ing Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday
hours when everybody-at the same time-uses the most power. .' :/ coma. Intersection of Highways 16 night Service at 6:30.:

,.' It is during this time that you should take special care to useless "' 'J"j j;; ." ;' Jim Countryman pastor (Wells North)pastor and 225. Rev. Wayne meeting Wednesday at 7:30. night prayer

electricity. And help avert a power shortage. ':,;,; -: : Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning Cecil E. Crawford, Sr. Pas-
;\tr., JORDof1SSIORY: Service at 11. Evening Servlce1 tor.
,'" ....,' ':. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. :: 7:30.: Wednesday Service, 7:30: '

How do this? For start set air conditioner 301 :North: behlndf'Tag- p.m. STARKE CHURCHOF
:: ": can, you a your : ;, tee Freez Drive In, Sunday CHRIST

-:" thermostats so the temperature will be a bit warmer than usual. '. / C School, 10 a.m. Worship -Ser- CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH: Bible School 10 a.m. Worship
'0 \ice 11 and 7 Prayer Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
:: -: Also, you can plan meals that require little or no cooking. If iou Service a.m.7:30: p.m.p.m.Wednes ing Worship 11. Training Union: 6 p.m.Services Midweek Service U a.m. Wed-and

must cook, do it before 4 p.m. or after 8 p.m. And limit the day.Leroy 6:30.: Evening Worship,Pastor 7:30.Rev. : nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible
Olive, pastor E.L.
Jim Black Class, Thursday 11 a.m.Church
amount of hot water you use for dishes, showers, and other uses. GrUfls, associate pistor. located one block west on SR

16. ,
... :. FPL hasprinted a pair of free booklets that tell you how you can ." .} Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Mor- CHCRCHSTARKE
\ Father James Cregan pastor PINEHILL
Worship a.m. Evening
:i'' save electricity (and money) while using your air conditioner and Worship 7:30: p.m. Midweek Bible Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday METHODIST CHURCH

other major electric appliances. Both booklets are available :i iI Study, Wednesday, 7:30: p, 7 Mass p.m. 10 a.m. Rely .Day Mass Sunday Worship School II a.m.10 a.m.Youth MornIng Ser--

any FPL, office or at most appliance dealers .w, m.Be In church Sunday Confessions Saturday 6 vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship,
I A ;JJ Lester Austin. pastor.CONGREGATIONAL p.m.School 7:30: p.m. Rev. Tommy L. HU-
; )' ', of Religion) : hard pastor '

During these summer months high power demand any major : a.m.Grade to 12 School noon. Sunday 11
.t I mechanical problem in our generating network could lead to a ,.\1' !\" f High School -- Sunday 7 CHURCH GRACE ,BAPTIST STARKE

power shortage. Should this happen you will be immediately., ": :,>;:; Mirnlng Sunday Worship School 11 ajn.9:4: $YouthService ..m. oem. Sunday School, ID a.m.Morn-. :
Ing Worship at
alerted via radio and television as to the problem. Meanwhile we ? J.: ,:, i.- 6 p.m. Evening Worship .BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST, .Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening 1L. Training Worship
Sunday School. 18 Worship
-,' ask for. ,your confidence and cooperation. : 7 p.m.Thursday. night Prayer Meetr Service 11 ajn., a.m.Church 7:30.: Wednesday Pray
er ,Meeting 7:30.: --Rev. Leon
':, -i :- ... '\'. ing 7:30: p.m. Training 6:30: pjn. Evening T.;Odom Jr., pastor
Pastor- Worship 7:30.Wednesday,
.. David Hodges :
1=1=IL2 7:30 Prayer Meeting, AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH

t ....,....... '.' ,..... I AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH : p.m.ev., J.D. Robinson Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng -
SwxJay .School 9:45: ajn.Morning Worship 11 1m.: Evening
Worship 11 ajn. Evening FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Worship, 7 pjn. Wednesday
Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday Ralford Road & Weldon St. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- 7 p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng -
: # 7 p.m. Study on Bootfbf PlaHns. Ing Worship 11. Sunday Evening every Monday. 7 .m.
G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30.: GJF. Prevatt; pastor Every
one welcome.Cnmriiiinifec .
-Charles Thomas, pastor

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I Iieystone Hilites/ Belinda Phone 473.4007or Whartoo Il Ily Utility Tax To BroadenIf


Council OK's New Changes:

JUNIOR: GOLFTOJNAMi'NT Couey Jacksonville.The wed- 4 was the Rev. Thomas Foamfttar '-'
': ding will take place on July 24. and wife. Y
The North Central l Flor- Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Davis, yp ? the other councilman votedto
Ida Junior Golf An "across the board" utilities Where Was Everybody ever
Tournament ROTARY CLUB former residents a of Key- tax of five per cent was award the bid without further\
played July 5 ln
Macclenny.with The Keystone Rotary Club
atoneare enjoying a vacation, proposed Council delay.In .
by Keystone
a total of 55 boys and girl.partlclpaUng. held their weekly luncheon on here for several weeks.
Chairman Everett Fox at Tuesday other action, the Council:
Attendance at the Keystone
Friday July 7, at the Masonic Mrs. Chuck Newman and several month ago to keep an
and Agreed to meet with a representative
night's meeting, approval Council meeting Tuesday night
Winners of Hall at 12 eye on the Council's efforts at
the following noon. three alrls. enjoyed a trip to was given by the Councilto hit an all-time low. The audience annexation. of .T.V. Engineering
groups were: Eight and nine Dwight Arnold presented afilm Atlanta Charlston, and West bring the matter up for a consisted of four per- & Construction Co. of
years olds, Joey Ilerres Starkewith from the Florida Development Virginia. They spent sometime Tampa to discuss a possible
p final vote at the August meet- sons: two city policemen, the "We can't compete with the
13 strokes for 3 holes; ten Commission on "Fish- with Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Water Works manager and one Democratic Convention," Mayor franchise for operation of cable

and ten eleven year olds. Billy Tu- ;Capades". It consisted of a Bradley. Dot's aunt, in Tryon, Ing.Fox's proposal brought an objection reporter. There wasn't a representative Starnes said, surmising -- perhaps television in Keystone. '
Palatka and Kathy Ked- 1,200 mile tour of the of N.C iL from that --Voted to proceed with the
coast Mayor Ray Starnes of the "Watch Dog correctly -- everyone
fearn, Keystone; 12 and 13 year Minn, Pbttfn Hlld"",, ". rtniwhter I purchase of used' front-end
Florida from St. Petersburg who expressed doubt that the Committee," a group formed was home watching television. a
olds. Keith Klrker,Green Cove, to Jacksonville showing var- of Mr. and Mrs. Zane Hudson change would bring In a greater loader for the Street Department
with a 51 for( 9 holes and Glen- ious was injured July 5 while sitting
and that
fishing highlights. amount of taxes, argued
da Epps, starke on maximum utility tax that any- at a price of$7.500.
with a 57 for Hope she will It would only shift the tax bur- tint Increase In utility taxes.
9 holes: 14 and 15 vears olds. PERSONALS be up and about. real soon. Murrhee den from the small user to the Under the chalman's proposal one could pay would be $2 per Refuesed to pay a bill of
Church Waters. Green Cove: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gar- Mr. and Mrs. Michael Red- the utility tax (now levied month ($1 each for water and S20 presented by the local Jiffy
with a 76 for 18 holes, and ner have returned from an a- fearn of Keystone.Mr.and Mrs.R. Asks ForHeelection large consumer. He estimatedthat only on water and electricity) electricity). Under the new schedule Store for damaged addeged
Cindy Turknott, Keystone, witha dult Episcopal Conference at M. Vickers of Melrose and around 200 consumers would be reduced from 10 per there would be no maxi- to have been made to the store'sgarbage
55 for 9 holes; 16 and 17 Camp Kanuga Hendersonville, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rankin of would be paying less under the cent with a $1 maximum on each mum and the amount paid per bin by the city's truck.
year olds Paul Mulford Green N. C. They represented St. Lake City enjoyed an eveningat proposed new schedule than they to five per cent on all utlltles month would depend on the a- _Cave Airport Chairman RoyWatkins
Cove with a 76 for 18 holes. Anne's Episcopal Church of the Alhambra Dinner Theatre are paying now. billed by the city, with no maxi- mount of each utility used. permission to spend up
Next play date Is July 10 in Keystone. celebrating Mrs. VIcker's Clay County Sheriff Jennings These charges were denied by mum. If adopted, the new tax Councilman Roy Walking seeking to $200 for mowing at the AIr-
Green Cove Springs at 9 a.m. Miss Abby Feamster daughter birthday. Murrhee has announced his Fox, who said he did not have will be levied on water elec- to avoid possibility that port, and heard reports that one
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mar- candidacy for re-election to firm figures but expressed con- tricity, gas, fuel oil, and telephone anyone would pay less taxes under plane owner had filed:a com-
LADIES GOLF" Feamster will attend a Camp tin have returned from their the office he has held since fidence that the new schedule service. the new schedule than he Is plaint with the FFA concel'lllncpoor ;
for -
ASSOCIATIONApproximately Weed in Panacea Fla. for two honeymoon trip to Atlanta and 1964. would bring the city a substan Under the present law, the paying now, made a motion thata visibility of lights also
15 girls weeks. I'm sure she will enjoya Jekyl Island. Richard left Saturday In making his announcement, $1 mimlmum charge per monthbe at the airport. Watkins, teen filed
played last Thurday morningat fun-filled and Inspiring vaca- for Palma Spain and Sheriff Murrhee thanked the levied on each utility used, reported that suit had
for allegedly -
the Keystone Golf club.nrst will return around the middleof citizens: of Clay County for their but his motion died for lack of against L. J.
low gross of 78 for 18 holes tion.Roy Bridges, Hill Brannon, August. He is presently In past support, and for the oppor- !r'* a second. cutting timber not,under his

went to Voncll Ketch. Naomi Rhett Fox and Mike Zlke have the US Navy and plans to attend tunity to serve them as their Finance: and Law Chairman contract at the airport)
McKenley had a high gross of Just returned from a sales the Univ. of-Fla. when sheriff. J Homer reported minor Early In the meeting. Mayor

141 for 18 holes. Lou Timmins meeting In Memphis Tenn. his tour of duty is up. "I will continue my fight a- a t1 + Vergie changes In the city's pro- Starnes presented a trophy and
came In for first low net witha From there they visited their Congratulations to Mary Kalnst crime and will serve posed new budget which now wall plaque to FrankWalrathJr.
76 for 18 holes and Thelma factory In Oklahoma City and Schaeffer on becoming a grandmother you In the future as In the Wla totals $82,045 with the tax levyto for hs service as Commanderof
Wallace high net with 94.First then returned to Keystone for again. Her daughter and past, In a fair honest, and t remain at the present six the "Our Country Day" celebration -
i low putts went to Voncil Ketch the fourth of July celebration.The son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Impartial manner" Murrhee mills. 0 Totals for some of which Starnes said
with 29 putts while Lou Tim- 4th of July celebration Maganon Jr. of Jacksonvilleare said. "I hope that the people the city's major departmentswere brought record-breaking crowdsto
mine and Mae Henderson tied brought a lot of former residents the proud parents of a baby of Clay County will examinemy .LLLJ : Streets. 921.410 Police Keystone on July. 4.
; .
for second low with 32 putts. back to Keystone. Among boy. They also have two other record as sheriff and I 914,730; Garbage and Trash Collection Street Chairman Livingston.
Sue Dwyer was lucky winner children Sean and Mandy. am always happy to answer 's ported that safety, tape had been
those I saw at the Our Country v r $12,000; Fire Department
this week of the "chip-in'pot." Day Celebration were Billy Miss Dana Hayes brideelectof any Question concerning the .a 95.470; and Parks 91.075: ; placed around the big washoutat
Demory and his family and Ann Jeff Batts was honored on Job Intrusted to me," he con- Mrs. Homer said that the budget driveway on Night- ,
TWILIGHT LEAGUE July 8 with a luncheon at the cluded. engale St. until permanent repairs -
Anderson (Vance) and her son, Includes a $29,204 Increasein
Mae Henderson and VonCIl Scott. homo of Melba Ilgen and with The 46-year-old sheriff was revenue under the State's new could be made.
Ketch are tied at present witha Miss Laura Harden daughterof Mrs. Mary Howell as cohostess. born and reared In Clay County.Evan Revenue Sharing Plan. Mayor Starnes reported that
65 and Jimmy and Joe Wildt Miss Hayes was presentedwith Keystone had no felony cases In
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Darden Over the objections of Coun-
Pictured retirement dinner from left Clara Belt
of ( )
June for the
with a 65. Lucille and Ray a memento of her chosen: second month In
of Scottsdale, Ariz and formerly cilman Gay Livingston the Coun-
with a 65. Lucille and Kay of Keystone Club Estates sliver. Bradley, Gladys Till it.! Martha Thomas Edna Baker cil voted to purchase four largo succession. There were 16 traffic -
Starnes are on their heels witha Congratulations to Mr. and violations during the month,
Is spending the summer Bettie Sprow, and Ann Cooper. size tires from Henderson's with
a total of $468 In fines collected
66. with Lisa Eland. Mrs. Jimmy Beehler of Orange Standard Service although their -
Mrs. Paley Boyd has Just Park on the birth of their first bid of $132.52 was 36 cents higher he said.
RUTLEDGE & COUEY child Julie Elizabeth on July Gladys Tillis Honored
returned from a visit with her than Kim's Shell Service bid
Mr. and Mrs. U. II. Rutledgeof son and daughter-in-law, Mr. 6, Also congratulations to of $132.16. "
Lake Geneva announce the and Mrs. Dill Boyd In Panama Bud and Gerry Beehler on permanent postmaster had Chairman Fox said the city
engagement of their daughter their first grandchild. Miss Gladys Tillis who retired had the to bid S.E. MCKAY
been confirmed by the U. S, right reject any ,
Beth Ann to AlvIn Couey son City.Guest of honor at the Cay Barry Ilgen Is spending a *on June 30 as postmaster Senate. and suggested that since only a
of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil L. week with Mr. and Mrs. A.W. !at Keyp one Heights, was REALTOR
Livingstons beach party on July The steady growth of the few cents was Involved, the con-
honored at a retirement dinner
......Soy'.:< "' because of the owner's active
larger quartets, and the move
Garden Restaurant In Starke
The Couple Class of the community -
In civic
rr participation projects.
the new air-conditioned
Church Is having a last Friday night. Hosts on HOMES ACREAGES
Livingston aruged that U
facility took place with a specifications -
this occasion membersof spe-
"sidewalk sale in
August 5. RENTALS
were equal the con-
cial on Sept. 23,
the building vacated by the Keystone r the Keystone Heights post
tract should to the low bidder
1962. while Miss Tlllls was go -
Cleaners on Lawrence office staff Including clerks
Blvd. If anyone has anythingto Clara Belle Bradley Martha serving as acting postmaster.Miss and suggested that a third ..... M.lb. tl.., 47r4740P.I
bid be obtained from a firm In
Tlllls has lived In the
donate or sell on consignment Thomas, Bettie Sprow Ann Cooper .Starke., Due, to the bad conditionof } J. Ch..ln.tDtl.'001 0050ILIRlWtRECtRIEN
please contact Melba and Edna Baker who is Keystone area all of her life h.l?r'(!. :
and graduated from Melrose tires on the police car, howKEYSTONE-
Ilgen, 4734740. officer In charge since the
retirement of Miss Tillis. High School In 1932. She and -

The Tlmmlns enjoyed their Following thd dinner the honor her father R. U. Tints resideon
annual family reunion picnic on guest was presented withan West Lakeview Drive frontIng
i on Lake Geneva. She is a
I I July 4. Everyone brought a covered *
engraved gold bracelet as
". dye' :ohrar ,_;.t.( ,m.<| ii ,0,1' dish and eaJoged-the "Our L. PraterOf a retirement gift from her coworkers. member of the Community
Church the Cir-
U.I Country Day" festivities Out-
AF ROTCEncampment r cle, the Woman's Club and MELROSE
1 of-town guests were: Mr. and -
TUl her
Miss began postal
Mrs. R. J. Williams Mrs. D. was the organizer of the Key-
in Keystone on June 15,

I I II B.zle Beasley Williams Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Az- Evan, L. Prater son of Mr. located 1943 career when In the the building post office now was occupied stone In retiring Heights Miss Girl Scouts.TIllis said, BUSINESS DIRECTORY
that she had the chal-
Clarence Beasley. Mrs. and Mrs. Lester L. Prater of by S. E. McKay Realtor,
ma Beasley Larch Mr. and Keystone Heights, recently lenge and wonderful experienceof
and Frank Walrath Jr. was
Mrs. Robert Williams, Mr.andMrs. completed a U. S. Air Force being part of the postal ser-
I FIND OUT WHY MORE AND MORE Frank Bullock. John Reserve Officers Training postmaster.her 29 of vice. She will miss the many
I Reaves a swimmer for the Corps field training encampment tal During service she years has advanced pos- friends and contacts that the office FISIIER IAN'S SUPPLIES: ) (; )
FAMILIES ARE University of Florida and at Wright-Patterson, through the ranks from tempo- made possible but Is look-
I Steve McCalley from the Air Ohio. rary war sub-clerk to postmaster Ing forward to catching up on SLIMS jT/J.. e HARDWARE
Force Acadamy were house During the encampment, cadets In 1963 touching all some of her hobbies -- fishing, y'

Our savings accounts offer the ideal way to save guests of the MarleeWriln- become familiar with the bases Including career clerk playing cards, bowling and FishYJ' Stuff AND
the rcsvrve funds family needs funds to the weekend. Mrs. life and activities on Air and acting postmaster. golf. Serving the community has GARDfI aNn
every kle should get credit for her Force bases and can examine 1963T: Miss Tlllls been very Important to her but Live Bait
Late In August -
assure the children's education, to buy a home help in decorating the Tim- career opportunities' in which received word from Congressman she feels that she Is I.avlngth. Crick.teShlnn.rsWormsMinnows A complete line of Hdw.

to build security.. Consider! a savings account here mins pontoon boat for the they might wish to serve as of- D. R. Matthew advising office. In the capable hands of M"e;
plus regular saving as an important part of Bnnt-A-Ramii. Hurray for ficers. that her appointment as her faithful employees. (
your family's financial future.. Woman's Lib! Other highlights Include sur- Keystone will really miss"Miss TACKLE.RODSREELSFISHING Plumbing & Electrical Supp.

:: Mrs. Bill* Slpprelle :Sr., of vlvlal training aircraft and Gladys" from the post & HUNTING Gro-Tone Fertilizers

Hilliard spent the July 4th aircrew Indoctrination, small Adams-Hall office -- she had become a LICENSES AMMUNI. Insecticides
weedkend with Mrs.Bert Chrlstott.rs. arms training and visits bother
KEYSTONE STATE BANK Air Force bases. permanent TION ICE Hwy 21 N. 200 yds From
The Bill Slpprelle,
? Jrs. ntoved a visit with the Cadet Prater Is a member of Mr. and Mrs. Gene D. Adamsof Keystone H9'". 473-4357 Matt
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla.. Chuck Newmans and helped the AFROTC unit at the University Keystone Heights announce """ Keystone 473-3663rFIiySloySIR
of Evansvllle, IndianaHe the approaching marriage of FURNITUREGIFTSLake
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly 21 celebrate other guests.Mr. Dot's. birthday with Is a 1969 gradute of River their daughter,Janet Katharine, .. : : ( rO'J1JTV )

Community." r and Mrs Fred Poole Valley High School Marlon to Dennis Kyle Hall son of Mr. ,Geneva
Ohio. and Mrs. W.H. Hall ST. of Service Center
mxymxKjoee a y) Maa (Can't To Next Pag) Theressa Saturday July IS, In FurnitureGift

.................u. .uuuuu. .. _YXS ............' ... ....... Mrs. Murrhee the Community Church of Keystone Quasar
.:--x:::;:::;::::::,.::=*:::::::::::::::::: ,, : ::::;oXoi BSSRAYS :>>;o-_".;:>> Heights. e
& Candle
Asks ElectionTo All friends and relatives are STERO

Invited to attend. CAR AND PORTABLE

Furniture For Every ANDRESIDENTIAL
Kathleen Murrhee of ment to set aside a portion of Tasre
And Pius.S. .
the property for new schools.
Keystone Heights announces
WE DO COMMERCIAL that she will seek re-alection. The decision was prompted by .. Our Candle Display AIR CONDITIONINGSVLES&..

to the office of County Commissioner a recent change of zoning in the Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva SERVICE

AND Clay County District Doctors Inlet area which will development allow 1 MI. East of Keystone Hoj' KEYSTONE IIEIGIITS
mobile home "
4. for the two year unex- for a large
cyLJtv1LvLLJ! pired term of her late husband, near an already over- REAL EST\TE 47J-4651


Mrs. Murrhee was appointedto Richard T. Lovorn .
: : the District 4 seat In May I Want to sell your Mobile
EQQA5trLicaQ 1971 to serve until the followI I Home If you have a bayer
ing election. Reg. heal Estate Mobile Home Brokers will

In seeking re-election, Mrs. i 511 a r+unLATEIC arrange ALL financing and
Murrhee expressed Interest in Insurance details for a brokerage
the orderly growth and development LAKE PROPERTII rol.cri" fee of 10of the selling
of Clay County and said RESIDENTIALBUSINESSACREAGE'( ; price.: For more Informationcall
New Installations that she will continue to serve ",
I the people In an efficient, honest MOBILE HOME BROKERSRT.

and impartial manner. MOORToNEVINYL PRAISALS 1 BOX 350 J

RewiringRepairs W Keystone Hg'". 473.3254 MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666

:: And RemodelingServing Hearing Set Edna Knepper; A*sac. PHONE 475.1751

;, On Clay County r.M LATEX FLAT 473-4111

School Budget .w w. InteriorExterior Martha Diirbin Atst>c.

For"as tot'. Wallboard 413.3362 LEONARD'SOUTBOARD
A Masonry
The Clay County School MOOR'" Fast effortless painting """

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Board has approved a 910,531- WALL SATIN Drys in less than 1 hour BEAUTY SHOP

SOS budget for the 1972-73 fiscal LATEX INTCIMO FLAT PAINT e Selection of decorator SHOP
year and set a public hearing --..ii-.... colors Nell'sBeauty
; And for Thursday, July 20, at 7 ---.11I-
DrU*.to m hour to.MKODHI Style Shoj I
SURROUNDING AREA Business Manager Mac Murray -smwm-,.--. $495GAL. .
said that the School Board's a.ww.I. MM*djcerater way "for eleveller
,. '
levy for support of the budget r4.o. d..w Nwur.

will remain at 10 mills, and $695 ,ou"I Johnson Motors
there are no major changes Infinds MoorS&Village Benjamin ; I.. SALES 8. SERVICE

PHONE 473-3681 from last year. MOOrePlinrs Phone 47$02211.'f.
Because of the continuing GLASTRON ANDCHECKMATE
ihortae of funds for a new con- Between K.ystoJj ?
itruction. the board indicatedIt ....01 a iCUMNOXra! A HARBWAII Heights '-.j

will contact the Clay County V01 end Mel,... Keystone He lgh.*, Fie.III .
I It Ij Ijm. .
eL ,
Boning Board about asking de- n 1.'eon Ca L.-
Silver Sands Lake Keystone elopers of land being resoned rtawwitti .k-........ RSQI CUt

...; I01J'. "'J1"'fl ::i<..' "'= ::'*'$(()S m j tor housing or trailer develop-

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KOP WinnersFor Clay DemocratsSet

Arts And Watermelon jIJ;

Crafts Show Cutting July 22 IL..B e :

Winners In the arts and The Clay, ,County Democratic

the craft annual show KOP held(Keystone as part on of old-fashioned Committee watermelon will sponsor cutting an.- __ ___________1I

Parade) sponsored by at the Mlddleburg School WAITRESS WANTED; Apply
the Keystone program Heights Woman's ground on Saturday, July 22, R.R In. person. -- Longhorn Restaurant IN STARKE I B & F Eketricol & Equipment Co. ,I It
Club were announced last week from 5 to 8 p.m. AdmissionIs CLASSIFIED AD RATES INTERESTED IN UYING OR 4tp.\ 7/14. ,
Insertion Monday SELLING Zoned
chair- free. Deadline for Business Opportunity
t remont'1'olles
man.by Purpose of the get-together. 5 p. m. preceding Thursday 3 bedroom 1 bath large k t-. Commercial Cor. Walnut I t Complete Wiring Repairs of ,
Is to give the voters an opportunity before publication. CONTACT Brownlee St.
Local artist Dorothy Christ- che family' room CB home. Commercial and Residential ,
to meet Clay County of - '' I Industrial,
offers Newman won first, second Central heat and air. Outside Frame House 5 br. 1 bath
and third place in the ficials and the candidates, for Minimum(!Covers Charge 15 words$1.75) GEORGE ROBERT'SREAL : city Lake privileges. living room, din room, kit. NEW AND USED CONTROLS 'I:,
office in the September primaries .
water color division by popu- and back porch.
lar vote of those attending the according to Helen Each word over 15, 8C! ESTATE 2 Bedroom. I bath. In City, Front I, MOTORS AND SWITCH EQUIPMENT : ,

art show during the 4th of July Ingan secretary of the Democratic PHONE 964-7826 frame, on large lot,nice house Block Apt. Bldg. with 2 separate -
committee. No speechesare All Classified Ads must be I apts. 150' x 150' lot. t 24-Hour Service ,

celebration weekend. scheduled she said with paid for established In advance account unless 421 W. MADISON ST. Frame Duplex apt., good location Priced to sell. Phone Keystone 473-3755 ,

The paintings In order of the Umo to be spent, "Just eating you with have The Telegraph In that Good income property; t M. (Bubba' ) Wells, Manager

popularity were: Swamp Flowers watermelon and visiting. event 50
Grist Mill Cherokee billing. Not responsible for TRAINEES NEEDED by 330' deep. High dry. 964-6 64
NC. and sU Augustine.An errors when given over the You can now train to becomean

oil painting entltled"Troubled" phone or when copy is not over-the-road driver or city 3 bedroom home In City, 1 Or
won a blue NEWS NOTESBy typed and brought to the office driver. Excellent earnings after bath kitchen living & dining GUNS MOBILE HOME SALES

ribbon for Ilonnle Crews of short training on our trucks \11VYNEDOUGIAS\ [)
Helen V. tganMELHOSE - area. Service If Our PolicyWhen
Jacksonville Tied for second with our driver Instructors to \S Oq.\TE
place In popularity and awarded help you. For application and Large house furnished :
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY buy a mobile home ,
red ribbons were "Suw ra- interview, call 904-388-4607 13-20 people on 96.4.6593JACK ) you
will sleep .
COMMUNITY should consider quality, ... ;;%
or write ;School: Safety Division you ;:\
Itlvcr" &u ,
nee by Dwyer of $1.75 Inch River Ocala National or- ""'
CHAPTER AAHP per United Systems Inc Terminal .rlce and service.
Keystone and "Glowing Em- '
2 Inch minimum -- $3.50 est. all three and euarpJi': t Illy
bers" by Marietta Ottenvlllo An Invitation has been extended Bldg., 1716 McDuff Ave., Jacksonville We give ; -
of Melrose. l to Lawrence F. Howbert -- -- Fla., 32205 Approvedfor antee to beat any advertised j.i!. -
State Director of HARP for V. A. Benefits. Placement GEORGE ROBERTS price.
Yvonne Passwatcr's ceramic Northeast Florida. to be guest Memorials Resolutions Proclamations assistance available. Over 700 REAL ESTATE EAVES I Our 12 foot wides start at
lavabo, and Edith: Smith's blue speaker at the July' 20 lunch- : Card of Thanks transportation companies have $3,295.00.

and white macrame bag shared eon meeting of the Melrose $4.00 Minimum up to 50 hired our graduates. PHONE 964-7826 Hwy. 100 We.t<- Stork 964-5606
honors as the most popular Community Chapter No. 1118. words. Each word over 50- 2tp720.: ;421 W. MADISON ST. SHELL STATIONQuality
craft Items: earning red rib-
Members will gather at 11:30in : SHADY COMFORTABLE AND WE GIVE SERVICEWe get
bons for the Keystone crafts-
men. A white ribbon went to the Melrose Episcopal FOR SALE: Colored T. V. air ATTRACTIVE: Three large bedrooms results! List your property; for
Chris owarka of Keystone Church Parish House, with the FOR SALEi 1966 Dodge Mima- conditioner; Kenmore sewing IiDav Service On two tile baths, living sale with us. Call today.--

for his motal scrulpture of a covered dish luncheon to be co, 4 dr. Hardtop, full power. machine; utility table and bar- dining kitchen, Florida Room BILL POWELL, BROKER: 964-
guitar player.As served at 12 noon. New mem- Good condition. 426 N. WalnutSt. beque grill. Call 964.8604.2tp.. JIMMY MOORE'SSUN Lots of shade and fruit trees. 6464 or 964-6810. tf/chg

a special award a blue bers, who have yet to registermay 9645390. Itp. 7/20. SPORTS LAWN MOWERSAll Yrai should see this one. A.J.
see Mrs. Helen Egan, donor Thomas realtor Tel. 964-
ribbon as awarded to Mrs. MOTOR ROUTE carriers for \
of the name tags and she will Used Kenmore 57(11.(
Charles Austin of Melrose for Starke Lawtey Lake Butler MARTIN CAMPERS
provide a temporary badge. electric range good condition Models & Makes
her exhibit of hand-painted and Ralford area. Interested MONEY
with 100
This chapter, over Phone 533-2406. 2tchg.
$50.00. :
dishes, which received more members Is'' reaching older parties contact Johnnie U.S.- 90 West, Lake City
votes than any other craft ex- Americans in"several areas 7/20. Kneene at Gainesville Sun 378- Starke Ph. 984-5791 1 Day ServiceOn Phone 7523723

hibit. Including Keystone Heights In- MOBILE HONK: :: 1969; 48 x 13, 1411 ext. 19. Itchg. Outboard AStern
The KOP activities concludedwith Complete Selection Of
For Best
terlachen, [Hawthorne Waldo 2 bedroom F. Kitchen, 107 x I ;
a successful Flea Marketat FOR SALE One Drive Serrtce and
: bedroom unfinished -
and Gainesville. Lakevlew Villas All
the Masonic Hall. Lake Geneva. 413-3361.1tp. house with extra lot Repair. Complete Flbe..oKlass
FELLOWSHIP;: CLUB Furniture Included. Sacrifice Repair. Custom- MOBILE HOME

The monthly covered dish FOR SALE: 17 ft. Beeline sale. Call 964-8616 after 3p.m. built Fiberglass Fishing TUNEUPSO.C. : TRUCK CAMPERSAND

luncheon of the Keystone Fel- Camper sleeps six. Self-con 2tp. I II I SALES TOPPERS
lowship Club will be held today A. C. Clean. Phone 964- Boats. .
tained. 12' AND 24' WIDIiS:
KeystoneHilites FOR SALE Full Line Of Part'.And
(July 13S at 12:30: In the 8323. Itp. : Camper fits 8 ft,
Lions Club. A campaign Is pickup. Sleeps 2. Best offer PHONE 473-4320 Service

under way to have a roundup Brooker Road off 301. RU 3, FOR RENT12 wide Mobile
NurseryThousands ON ROUTE 100
/ program to get many of the A Hole 1 la Your. Roof Box 313 Reed. lip homes outside city limits. J. B. Carnes Keystone
members who have been inactive r:; '" : and Lynn White. Ph. 964-6114 of Plants Fla. WATER FRONT LOPS
:3 i L'OREAL SHAMPOO In hair
; back together again. .. Or At' : or 964-8799. If no answer Fruit Trees Shade Trees FOR SALE
color special $2.25 for $1.95at
(From Preceding Page) Rev Milton Scripture whoa call 964-8874. tfchg CamelUas, On Crosby Lake and CfcMbyLake
Drugs. 4tp. 8/3.
couple of months plans Canal. )Canal SO- feet
attend and give a short program. 'Azaleas Roses wide 8 feet deep) Located OB
have ." 'irned from a trip to F03 SALE Wringer type WANTEDUsed furniture, refrigerators Meet In can -* Plant 'Afl7IlLANDSCAPING ".e LYO State; Road 100, 3 miles West

Virginia where they visited PERSONALSMrs. ROOFJ washer Maytag. Metal tubs on washers. -Dah- of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vacation -
Mrs. j Poolo mother and then Kenneth Jennings,whose stand $75. Call 964-7678.Helen mef's Discount House tf/cng 10 0 mobile home or
Hwy. FIAT cottage
went to v I'nke and Naples. Fla winter homo Is at Hillcrest, Co. Wells. lip P MI. S.B. of 6SMHIINSURANCE Investment. .
where they .pont some time with writes from Odessa N.Y. that & J Roofing ACT NOW Join the old- Florahome ;Price start at $1.29.00. $200

their daughter Mrs. Panda Hurricane;;; Agnes nearly devastated Your children well cared for est Toy & Gift Party Plan in SALES. PARTS ,don and $35.00 month for Sft
Phone 964-8088 473-4733. ( 1 and ).
Pllkenton and snook yr. up Large play
their community. The the Country our 25th yearl! SERVICE 'von*)* (8 1/2 % simple interest -
301 South area. $15 weekly. Call for detail
fishing.Mr. Hiway
water got high around their Commissions up to 30%. Fan )oCall
and Mrs. Carol Itlchard- home but did not come Inside 473-3722. Itp. tastic Hostess Awards. Call USED IMPORT CARS 964.7701 8 ajnu to 9Pbirvweekdays.
son and family honored June or write SANT<\'. PARTIES, AT REDUCED RATES tf
The homo of her his
FOR SALE 16' boat, 50 hp.
Redfearn and her family onJuno's
Avon, Conn. 06001. HARFRED AUTO
with wife, and seven children was Alderman were visiting In Fort Johnson motor and trailer $200 Telephone AUTO, FIRE, BOAT
birthday a
weekend. Covering
dinner party at Art's SteakHouse wiped out by the flood, and Lauderdale over 964-7749. lip DOYLE E. CONNER IMPORTS INC.,
in Gainesville. they are still homeless Her Tina and Rick Burns and sons p\aTIES.41p. 7/27. 6x9 $3.19: 9 ,x 12 ,$5.98

Mr. and Mrs. Jim hicks son's homo was condemned as of Jackson, S.C. spent last week INSURANCE AGENCY 509},E.: .Unwalt! 112 x 12 .$11.50;, 12 x 13- only
and family of North Palm the result of the damage and with her parents James! and PUMPSNEW MOBILE HOME REPAIRS &'. tehj. Gain.svlIU3724373PUMP !I $14.95 many patterns and
Beach have been enjoying .a his family sought refuge with Marzle KInchen Joining them on Service. Guaranteed work. Call colors. Oahmer's DIscount.
and Added Olln's Mobile Home Sales. Ph. tfchg..
Mr. Mrs. Jennings.
visit with Mrs. Barbara !Ked- the 4th were. Marzle's brother 964-5606 NORTH 301 Near Underwood
to this devastation was the AND USED tfchg
feran through the holiday week R. C. Howard and family; the -
Motel 15 acres 600 feet on .SERVICE
end. I Kathy and Tammy daugh- ever severe cold since and they nasty returned weather Klnchens son, Jimmy, and family Highway.: Will l sell all or part. The ;YI-l; I

ters of the (Hicks are stayingon North. Mrs. Jennings looks and Jimmy Coleman and SALES SEWING MACHINES cleaned Terms A.J. Thomas, Realtor WELLS & PUMPSWells
for an.extended visit. Linda Smith all of Jackson- PARTS
forward returning here tills oiled and adjusted In your home Tel. 96451Ul.SEWING. What's 1
Hugh Edwards has returned ville. SERVICE $5. Vacuum Cleaner: repairs I
fall and In her
from two weeks active reserve taking part Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Revels 2" and up I
church and club activities. Deep and Shallow. Wells also. All work guaranteed. --
training In Port Polk. V La. The Lewis Watsons, who have just returned from aweek's Water Softeners and Dennis E. Cogglns phone 431- 24 Hr. service, on all I j Happening
While he his wife visit with their son and I
was gone left their winter retreat at FUtel'8Plumbing 1428. Itchg.WANTED makesGOULDS Starting Salaries From $288
rrlcma, ana Shelly family in Plant City.; (
daughter -
Interlachen for the "Summer To $333.60. Frte Food
', took a trip south. They Mr. and Mrs. W.V. Agro and MACHINE MYERS I
visited Fricllla's sister Miss months on Peak's Island children of Macon Ca. were Supplies WAITRESS Call J JACUZZI PUMPS | Free Housing, Fr. Clothing
Maine, have also had bad weather 782-3886 after 4:30: p.m. for Free Health Dental '
Cheryl Shearouse In Orlandoand weekend guests of Mrs. Ruby Sales and Service & Care,
then spent four days withlIugh's cold and rain and are Wolfe: and Mrs. Beulah Smith. EXPERT SERVICE ON appointment. Trail Restaurant. FferUa Pump Servto 30 Days Paid Vacation A I
counting the weeks until they 2 tchg. 113.SAVE'. PFAFF ELNA
Visitors the 4th Keith ALL MAKES
sister Mrs. Libby Mc- return and resume activitiesin on were 99 M HUnding, Blvd. I Year.
Griff in Miami. and Laverne Cheshire ofGainesville' PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE New Homes I
the Fellowship Club and the PHONE;! 264-5630 Responsible Jobs, Regular
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Wrightand organizing of the Senior Clubin ; and the X. M. WHITE Orange Pak, Fla. I Promotions with Choices of I:
family' of Ocala spent the Interlachen of which Mr. Smith family of Starke. Mrs. Thes. Long DistancePhone Schools Location Of
week at the Holiday Beach Cheshire of Pompano | ,
Trellle PUMP & SUPPLY CO. Cull $49:50 ,
Cottages. They had a very nice Watson was elected president. has been visiting them for few up And Travel.
Rev. Milton Scripture, who Moved We now handle air line I
visit with Mr. Wright's sisters
5 BlOCKS North Parts & Repairs on 'In I
l Kathy Redfearn and Aggie submitted a news Item too days.Mr. tickets, 'cruises, and tours. LONGCHAMP
Watson. late for last week's issue reports and Mrs. Leon Carltonof 864 N. Temple Ave. 'all other Make Mo- I GAINESVILLE :
that he Is gaining Brooksville visited his brother We offer a special package .
slowly chln'l.NATIONAL
Tom McLaughlin' of Jacksonville Home and Building AT THE
J. D., and family last I
Is recovering nicely from from his heart attack. He had Sunday morning. New X-ll Reducing. Plan.. 42 Tour of New "
surgery at the Medical Center many visitors during the past Dorothy and Sam Butler of TabeU, $3.00. Money Back Disney World )Materials I SEW POST OFFICE I,

In Gainesville He Is counse- two months Including his son, Ormond Beach spent the week Guarantee. -- Koch .DrugStore -6289 J
lor at Camp Immokalee for Rev -Gcol-ge' Scripture, and end with Mrs. Jo Strandberg. 10 tp. 9/7 Call 964-7449 611 W. Univ. Ave. WE BUILD LJl: : :

the summer. Here's wishing family of Ilamiton, Ohlp; their Preacher and Marian Winters TOWN FINANCE CO. Gainesville, Florida "Your Plans Or Ours
him a speedy recovery and son-in-law and daughter.! Rev. spent two weeks enjoying the FOR SALE Regina twin brush Your Lot Or Our.. FOR RENT- air-conditioned
hope he'll be back on the Job Edmund Perkins f HojalOaks. lake for the first time in quitea rug shampooer. Westinghouse P.O. Box 224.N. Temple 378-1355 FREE cottages on Kingsley Lake.Call
soon. Mich; and their son, 1st Class while sewing machine with cabinet. ESTIMATE 533-2366 after 6. tfchg

Petty; Officer Milton Perkins Marie (Bootsle) Lowe, Devrick Inc., Builders Hard- R"mndelLng Repairs
Miss Beth Rutledge, daugh- and wife of San Diego Calif. daughter of Raymond and Gladys ware & Supply 964-6163.2tchg. Additions FOR SALE:9 old
ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. II. We are happy to report that Malphurs and Danny Be- 7/8. Homes Bought Sold horse with $100 saddle total
Rutledge of Lake Geneva was Mrs. Martha Beam is recoverIng ,thune of Jacksonville were CARL BEGCS ler Browa Traded $325. Call 964-5240 after Sp.m.
honored with a miscellaneous slowly' after
a attack -
married in the Murray Hill
shower on July 7, at 8 p.m. of shingles for which she Baptist Church In Jackson- Gulf Servico ACREAGE FOR SALE III
Hostesses for occasion were was hospitalized for five weeks.
Eva Kuykendal Leila Byrd ville on Saturday July I. A reception Used Parts 964-6853 : \ MACHINE RttPAIR,
The William Plnons SHOP
returned was held In the recreation -
and Bea Sparkman. and from their Leroy Kan. visit room of the Confederate THE FINEST SELECTION OF Hwy. 301 s. Starke

many beautiful about ten days ago. Point Apartments. They spenta Whispering 'PJn. .Jf,... Volkswagen SHOP WQRK

useful gifts. Mrs. Lillian Seals daughterof week at Jekyl Island and At-. tel US 301 r 8. Phow USED CARS ALL,WORK GUARANTEED
Houston Drlscoll, has been lana, Ga., and in the mountainsat 9644232tfTILITY In this ar.6' New A vied I.O'tJ.
Miss June Redfearn will leave visiting her ill father who Is Ashville N.C. They returned lain Service *#*>** '
July' 18 to spend the rest of the Hradt'ord Wrecker (Country
hospitalized in County home Saturday pickedup TRAILERS 24 Hr. Service
summer with her great grand Hospital Mrs. Seals Is head Bootale's son, Jerry and > I I ML North of Tire MallGAINESVILLE .... He.. Cornsr.Anlf9was
parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. F, of a large hospital her home came down to visit Gladys and CUSTOM USED PARTS

Pitney In.Haddon, 'Conn. Bon city in New Jersey and was Lamar Malphurs until Wed- GAS AND ELECTRIC Hwy. 301 )H, Waldo SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES
voyage June! not able to remain long nesday. WELDING BRAZING Expando Rooms & Add ..

METAL' 468-1998 On Rooms

Jerry Payton Smith of Fort and Gor-Wal- HITCHEDINSTALLED 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand Free delivery and set BRIG; A BRAC
I don, Ga., Mike up
I INDIAN BEACHLake ly Kirkendall of Tennessee cleaned at Dahmors DIs-. \Yi Mi. N. of Keystone
I Phil Miller of Ohio and David COTS, FOR SALE Starke Coif .count, fast service.. tfchg 100 MILE RADIUS State Rd. 100
Freudenberg of Austin, Texas Coiaitry; Club ready for BANK
( Ssnta Fe) of T. C. Miller building on or for Investment. SECRET Loot W star FINANCING Bill Ac )Jo Brunofslcy, Owners
were guests HAVE diamond
WE NOW :needles .
Bjl Michael D. Chub and family for the past two for any; make or model Lot area approximately 1/% Weight, body bloat, puffiness NWY 17 North Green Cove Plone 4!3.3483

Phone 475-1612 weekends. Last weekend the stereo player.Dahmer'a.Discount acre and larger. Paved roads etc, X-Pel Water Pills, only Tel. 284.5001.264.7311
3 minute from town..CaJr9 .
Bucky Melton of Hampton Chlttj; home during the'week, House tf/cng .only 4-701. 8 a.m.. to p.rn. $3 or Money Back Refund lOtp817- Reduce safe & fast with Go-
spent four days with me and and my parents spent the week- boys went fishing at Matanzaa tfcnc Koch's Drug Store. Base TableU & E-Vap "water

we attended the IndependenceDay end at Rodman's Dam while I Inlet and were Joined by a FOR RENTs House on Grlf- SWEET POTATO vines for pills" Andrews Drug 4tp. 7/

Bible) Conference at Park- visited Otis Melton and fam- number of guests for a fish fie Loop. Also piano for sale FOR SALE: Beagle pups AKC HOUSE PAINTING Interiorand sale. I cut them, $4; you cut 27.

of-the-Palms In' Keystone Recent fry on Sunday. Call 964-8816 after 5 p.m. 2tp. registered. 1 male, 3 female, exterior by contract or them $3 per thousand. Leo
Heights to hear John Phillipsone visitors of Pete and Saturday afternoon Jack Miler 7/20. 6 weeks June 29. Shot and hourly.' First class workmanship DeSue Rt. 2. Box 153-B, phone 'White corn and other vegetable*
of the greatest Bible ache' Joyce Barton included her pa- entertained the men of the wormed. Call 4733492. No guaranteed. Lonnie Ro-' 964-6275 Starke 4tp- 7/27. 2 1/2 mile east of starke on
hail of today. We fell In love renU, Mr. and Mrs. Cawln Transportation Dept of Clay collect calls. 2 tp. 7/2U. berts. Ralford. Phone 431-1768, State Road 16.David Walnwrlght
with the wonderful people at Ward, of Starke; Berlet and Electric and their families witha WANTED: Good homes for 3 evenings and weekends.4tp 7/20 964-8479.

the park, who were so warm Thelma Marchalleck of Kingston fish fry and on Sunday Mrs. female puppies, born March -

and friendly It made me wantto Jamaica, Mrs. Beatrice Ruby Dyal of Gainesville and 7. Also, one 2-year-old male. The Glass Shop FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished r $ IIVlSFUlIAWIS FOR RENT 2 bedroom house at
stay out there. They willhave Marchallek and sons of Jacksonville Buddy and Carolyn Kelly and Good watch dog. Pups are cottage. Also 1 bedroom 612 Lake St., Starke. No pets.

a Labor Day Conference, ; Ralph and Pat Flll- children of' Orange Park loveable good-looking and Glass furnished apartment. W. H. I No children. Phone 782-3511.
Sept 2-4. with Daniel Snad- mon and family of Keystone helped Jack celebrate his Intelligent. Call 473-4160 or Nollman. tfchg.TRAILER 2 tp. 113.COLORADO.
don of Satellite Beach as and lots of friends and relatives birthday. Joan Miller went 473-4637 after 4 p.m. FREE. .For
speaker. from Starke. home with the Kellyf for sev- Itp. For Rent: Heal! nice BUICK PONTIAC.GMC REAL ESTATE
Helping us enjoy a fish dlnne Mr. and Mrs. David Reid eral days. AH CARS and TRUCKS GrtffU Loon. Phone 964-8245 TRUCKS 10 ACRES, Colorado$1,995Be-
on the 4th were Hubert and sons of Jacksonville and for Mrs. LOST KITTY Half-grown gray mU-U-Wft autiful high country mountainous
The 4th Installed lip. L
was a big day 964-5690.
of Stark and white (male) or LITTLE RIDE CAN SAVE
and Palma CMtty ; Mrs. Shirley ReddUh and child Jewel Rose who enjoyed visit tabby Lost VUsjrl Auto Tbpr area. $25 down. $25 monthly. -
TJento and Itoy Crenahaw and ren of Starke were July 4th from tots of friend and relatives July 7, 1972 vicinity of Jor Carton FOR SALE 4 3/4 acres on YOU A LOT" Deal Direct with owner.
Jean and Russ Pierce and sort guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. from Jacksonville and aa dan Road and Hwy 230. __ Call 1017 V. IWa G" dil. State Road 125 all cleared. RUN Cove SPRINGS Steed, 911 W. 10th ArmarUlo
all of Gainesville There were Carpenter. far away .Indlna. 964-6692. tp. 7/20. Phone 7823544. lip. Tex. 806-373-0115. lip..
Iou of other guests at the Frances Hurst and Clartbell

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