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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 20, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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no Immediate, firm source of Its
Reversing previous -
opereting funds the Bradford County Volunteer approval theCity
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Fire Department has served notice -
2 Races Set Council In a
It will close down October special meeting last


.If we're going out we've full time, part time or no Thursday afternoon,

got to let people know we're fire protection at all. Also at rescinded action re-
not in business" stated Fire Issue will be whether residents
zoning an L-shaped
Chief harry Green, terming outside incorporated areas are In
that his main point In announcing willing to pay 50 cents per UpcomingCity piece of property In

the close down at this time. month collected on utilife bills southwest StArke-
Green said Wednesday he firmly for the protection.
I bellevelhat a special tax from R-l (single
That action came after Chief t+ t ...
district to fund the volunteer tip family, residential)
Green told the commission the r
firemen will be turned down by
26-member group must have Election to H-2( (multiple
the people If placed on the ballot
In the fall elections. financial doors. support or close its % ;!r a x, family).

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Green also points out that 1
The county should pay the The reclassification would
at this point, volunteers are month to month operating ex- 1"L! (
have made the
proper tj eligible -
not Included in the Count Com- penses of volunteer firemen. &
mission's new budget., The Green said. Then the firemen Getting the 1972 City of Starke elec- as the site of a proposed

board Is due to begin work on could use funds raised In various tion off to a fast start Tuesday night, ment$800.000 complex which SO-unit had already apart-
the budget this month funding -
drives to purchase new
$ run' Into difficulties when its
the firemen was supposedto equipment.A five candidates all three Incumbents and first
developers sought a location -
come In the July'board meetIng $4,010 annual operating ti.M r w two challengers, paid their qualifying, fees. on N, Lafa.vett Street
but was'not mentioned
budget was presented to the and met opposition from adjoining -
Green pointed out commission.A ., _
"We feel we've been deserted Only three city: council seats wooden fishing boat remo\ed property!; owners.

by the whole group" says- $15.000 outlay Is needed, are up for grab in the cltj' In from Sumner's proper by the Last Thursdays meeting had

Green, meaning.I the people and Green said, to equip the department Jonine Coy (left) and Pearl) Wolfred (right) count S541 that.. was donated to the Bradford an three"off incumbent jear" election paid their All cit}' garbage collection crew. been (called for the purpose of

the commission. ment is needed adequate for! a Eouio-fourth County Red Cross Chapter at a road block on 301 Saturday. This brings the total donationsto $60 to qualify even before "I don't believe any of you dealing! with a mobile home

"We've begged and borrowed truck donated b)- the state. $3- 5101082. !Ma I orCarlHurstofficlallycsiled councilman would like to have matter but the spotlight qulck-

the last time.Green said WedvtheoBear 000} .Is needed for a new countytdaijjerj Anyone wishing to donate 'can send their check t\American R.d Cross Bradford County for the election, at it required stuff carried away from our 1 l" shifted when a the large delegation -
opposing apartmomdomplea

t. nastier'... iQ'.y. 1.i..:.O 'DQtf"''t\1'\ .;;... system noute and a the buildls to--' ''<,.f''-' Chaptejnjtarke,..soil! Chairman.i,, ,;dot .'*v Pf4hepst"tPolitical .- -r."..>...tn' __." b)'' ,the city charter.I'p .. 'SumnetMoM home without the being councilTold paid,.for It, >appeajc" :<.d,., and
to
I 'l'ng- < lecdon' .
I ,Gain for a Sept. :asked to be l heard;\ .. ,
... in operation. said, a' prim t and /its four trucks. \ 12 primary are Council Orie .- Parker, Street Resident -
firm source of operating funds Wiggins Group 1; Council F. B. Beard the city plans One of Die spokesman. Tom
Is needed Immediately. A volunteer" department is Chairman :Nell Tucker Group to dig out ditches on the street DON said members of the group

Chief Green says the fire effective ;Green maintains In 3, and Councilman Bill :Xoe- to relieve a poor drainage problem had not been aware of a hearing -
spite of the time It takes for 8 Races held bv the city Board
to the
men want to get across gel Group S.
them to to the firehouse June when
get of Adjustment on 26.
public that as of October 1 1"we're Charles Schaefer also paid
and get a trUck: olllng. Okayed purchase of $17,050in the reclasslflcation was approved -
gonna be out of busi his $60 to challenge018.1: before -
for the six
parts power plant the Councilfor
and sent to :
ness. If there is a flre -after But he says a'"full time Ore the meeting opened. For- engines. The engines will be final action Box said
October I we don't want to be mer councilman Jimmy Bowen
department with men on duty overhauled this winter when the action taken
he realized was
held responsible." around the clock: lsvthe most arrived after the meeting and in and the
some are not use ) legally, and had been advertised -
It was also pointed out by effective method of fire pro Set For SeptemberLocal paid his fee to challenge Chair- can be alternated! and ovemaul- In a legal notice but

Gl'Mnhat I if the straw ballot tection In contrast to the part man Tucker. ed one at a time. that no one in the neighborhood

Is placed on the Sept.23 second time protection volunteers Igglns I is seeking his seventh --Heard;; Chairman Tucker had seen the notice and therefore

primary ballot as J has,.been now afford. But that also costs term on the council. The 65earold name Councilman Jimmy did not appear at die hear

discussed,, that Is Just, seven more money he notes. politics continued to heat up this week with seven }' veteran councilman McRae, chairman, and \ernonSllcox ing.
days prior to the October 1 closing retired this from the '
!
year The group had previous
and In the for the a* a committee to seek
date. That would not give races on tap an eighth one making September Florida State Tel.phoneCo.and presented a petition with some
new members for the Clt Board
,firemen enough time to plan 12 primary, but the hottest apparently will be for retiring is currently! an Independent of Adjustment. ;> 43 signatures to the (Hoard of

operations even If (he people Sheriff P.D. Reddishs replacement where six are bookkeeper In Starke. He served Adjustments protesting: \ zon-
"Was;; told by Mayor Hurst
voted to finance the department 12 ears on the council ing change.
he The In the running. that verbal word has come that
says. department can'tc10ae UnionSchool Chairman Neil Tucker Is Chairman Neil Tucker said
down In seven days, he A six-man sheriffs race 1* completing his third term on the, city Jail will soon be de- the Council had acted! In good
clared unfit the and
by state
stressed. faith the favorable recommendation -
on
seen developing with three can- the council and his second yearas
Firemen are d.Igg1na'lnto their didates already aliZted. The chairman Tucker Is a padlocked. That Is one reason of the Hoard of \d-
for out the
city
phasing courts
justment. and that no one had
latest was Wednesday morn- Starke
own pockets to keep the doors accountant.
Pierce said.
Attorney George
open until October, he says Inc when Jennings Starling 49 Noegel Is seeking his third appeared in opposition at die

pointing out it costs About $200 .Board ...firHr Graham, ftvHn"** for his third term on the council. He first hearing or at the Council thatit

per month to keep the doors tryat the office. Chief l De- served one term then camea had a final approval was
i open. putj Sheriff Dolph Reddish 39, break In service and In 1970 House given
The commission's' son of Sheriff P. D. Reddish Noegel again won a council seat City Attorney George Pierce
county position Rehires advised the Council that It hada
.Is the with IS years experience In He Is a Starke used car dealer.
same as It stood
right to reconsider I Its
pre-
the Sheriffs Department qualified E
after the June mating Commissioner Marxian Jimmy. Clark Jimmy Bowen challenging Urns vious action and refer the mat-

Dave Shuford said MainesHal 30 former Starke policemanand Chairman Tucker In Croup 3 ter back to the Board of Adjustment -
Wednesday, u far as knows.
is a Starke businessman and ,
hJahway"patrolman,, was
Shuford Is also pessimistic about .... auto mechanic. Now 38, Bowen Family
sheriffsrace t
the first to enter the
motion Councilman
the Lpon by
chances: of a ballot on served one term on the
county.
financing the firemen. last Tuesday when qualifying 1969-71. then One Wiggins the group voted
resigned to seek
Y. Maines was rehired opened.
Needs unanimously to follow that cou-
,, At the June 6 meeting the as the Union County School Expected to enter the sheriffs another city;' office. rse of action.

commission tentatively plannedto Board's attorney at a monthly race are Marie Carter Jr., "I worked hard for the people Clerk Merrill Edwards said
ask residents to vote on the fee of $100 with! objections 'motT Starke. Florida Flower A Light for two years and will continue "There'll be a law suit. They
Issue It Is planned to offer from Union County School Supt. employee; Harold Norman, to do so." said Bowen wh.nte HelpA 've already told me." He was

James Cason. r Lawtey area tanner and prison qualified Tuesday night. referring to developers of the
employee, and Tom Crawford -
'd proposed apartment units who
challenging NoegelIn
Cason recommended that the Florida Department of Schaefer the rental house on Highway had entered Into a contractto
Group S, Is employed by
Irtrr position of attorney for the Revenue employee. Florida National Guard at 16 at Hellbronn Springs was purchase the property;' from

t m Iit Wotan board be discontinued and that (See Pa,. 8)) Camp Blending lie Is currently destroyed by lIre about 1:30: Stanley Noegel if the rezoning
obtained Tuesday and the occupants :-
legal services be only chief of the Starke Police a.m. was approved.The .
as needed such as a bond attorney .- Volunteers and a volunteer Mr. and Mrs. Richard site In question is an L-

or a trial lawyer. 72 Politics fireman for the city.;' Schaefer Thornton lost all of their clothing shaped) piece of property;', fronting

.Is having his first fling at and other possessions.Mrs. both on S. Orange Street
Cason pointed out that legal Librarian Martha Mini watch Jeannie Henley es she Warming Up a political office.Registration Thornton said she was in and Edwards Loop Road.

advice Insofar as his office (learns the library Dullness as a neighborhood worker at bed but had not gone to sleep Following the reclndlng vole

was concerned, was available the Bradford County Library. First of a series of area books are openat when she heard a loud noiseIn John A. Torode chairman of
from the Department of Edu- political rallies will begin this city hall says Clerk Merrill the kitchen. She woke her the Board of Adjustment handed

cation general counsel: and Saturday July 22. with "get Edwards and will remain husband and they found the the Council his resignation. He
school law specialist together. and water melon so until 16 days prior to the kitchen In flames, and the fire said he was not resigning because -

130 Students WorkingIn cutting In Middleburg as the Sept. 12 primary. Qualifying quickly spread to consume the of the apartment dispute
will remain open until 21 days entire house. but because he did not have
to
Sols The superintendent said however local political scene begins
Rummage prior to the first primary. The Thorntons have four sons time to serve the city board
that If the board Insisted warm up'Admission
on retaining an attorney he Summer NYC Jobs Is free and there ages 8. 5. 2, and S months, anda adequately since he was also
In other action Tuesday night daughter 9. Four other children chairman of the County Zoning
22 although
Saturday, July would recommend that Wayne will be no speech making the council
: In the house at the Board.
In the all local poloticlans are were
Carroll be employed capacity
130 students In three counties dOllS such as county libraries time Mrs. Thornton said as "The City needs a through
8 AM. Noon' : replacing Mains who clerkof Invited to attend to meet the -Told Livingston Ball he ,
has served as board attorney are being employed by the the health department people shake bands and circulate must have a surveyor certify he they were keeping them overnight re-examination of Its zoniiwf
Com.r OurctSt.-, & for Neighborhood Youth Corp operated courts Department of Trans- among tile crowd at the has the) required signatures to for their brother-in-law, ordinance" Torode said.
many years. Youth
by CUBB Economic Agency portation. Neighborhood "When adopted back in the
!
) Robert Thornton.
SR.16)SPONSORED rally sponsored by the Democratic. locate: a mobile borne on St.
row"I*. St. ( ) In a $50,000 summer workprogram Corp Civil Defense CUJB.; : Committee of Clay Clair Street The city code Mrs. Thornton said they were 1950's it was adequate but It

Mamas Is now attorney for the to employ economical school board cities, and County. allows location: of mobile homes too busy getting the children out Is not adequate today." He

Union County Commission.City ly.deprived youth. counties. Bradford's District 25 House It two-thirds of the surt'OUDlllrwproperty of the hose to try and save any recommended that the city
BY of Lake Butler and the town of Bradford has the most workers Regulations requlr that me of Representatives Candidate ; owners within 200feet thing. They were delayed have a land use study made

Worthlngton S rln8's. Conflicts eniployedreO, with Clay following student be 16-18 and will return Frank Williams will attend. HIs of the) proposed location give reporting the fir because. they ss the basis for proper son-
STARKE JAYCEE sometime arise between the with! SO, and Union with to a public school In the supporter plan a motorcade permission\ writing. The property did not have a telephone and bite for such things as apartments
AUXILIARY school board and these bodies 20. fall. They earn 91.60 per leaving from the Bradofrd owners must also own half the house.. destroyed by the and mobile hom...

Cason said,, placing Maines In Fund to pay, students when hour' and are limited to 25 County; Courthouse at 3:30: pun. of the land surrounding proposed time the County; Fire Department Torode said the people have

u.w r a difficult position. family of four daM mak hours a week. Saturday. A goal of $0 car site.. arrived. a right to protest decisions of

over $4.000 t com from the 400 applicants haft..beenftir form Bradford County; has been The house belonged to Mrs. decision of the board, but
mitt 1 cn omsauniig Carroll. whom Canon recommended : Department: of Labor to the In and have filled *!! set. -Was told by Councilman Maude Hess.County pointed out that no one ap.peared
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'' Noegel the Street Department and the
theboard.satto. North Fire Chief Harry at the hearing
as Florida Economic ManPower Cubb is obllgaM to Stop on the way to Myddl.l ;
Matt Jlank Is graduate of Union County Division Alliance: Inc positions. burg will Include Keystone secured another bid on a garbage Green reported Thornton assaying decision to resone for the apartment
Mr first first
High School and the University Tallahassee, and are given to applicants Height, Penney Farms. Green truck body and entered he made coffee before was made "on what

-w.. u:.Itw of Florida and has maintained Cubb tor>> allocation Two coordinators for CUBE Cove %Mgs, Orange Park the order. going to bed and thinks be may we considered good principle:

...T.I -.--...._. an office In Lake Butler since Student* work 25 hour a are Herman Johnson and Blahe with! the croup ending %up InMldVuburg. d Aaron Stunner's of sonlng."
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Mrs. TerwillegarEntertains Shower Given Hinson-Rowell Watermelon Rind It's Barbecue Time

At For Becky Groves, Engagement <

Bridge LuncheonAn BrideelectMiss t !! Makes Delicious h 2 2a

H.B. Hlnson announces the engagement jIR'h'i ,
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and approaching marriage Sweet Pickles '
who. +
outstanding social event Becky Groves Kirkland, of his daughter. Alma r i iY ij
Steve
season was Uv marriage to
of the summer Juanita to James Benjamin1famlyl '
will be event of July 30 at
luncheon given an
beautiful bridge First Baptist Rowell Jr.. son of i Mrs. Beth Walsh food specialist -
Inn last Saturday 3 p.m. at the
at the Holiday,
Florida cooperative
Mr. and Mrs. ,
honored at a James Rowell
morning\ at 11:30: o'clock by Church was Gainesville. Extension Service offers some
Mrs. Clyde B. Terwlllegar, bridal shower last Thursday
Jr. night given by Mrs. L.F. Dln- The wedding will be an event t helpful tips for selecting a
Thirteen tables were placed tdnfl. Mrs. CUartas Hardy of July 21 at 7:30 p.m. In Hope I watermelon at the market:

In the Cold Room where guest Mrs. Myrtice Nichols and Baptist(, Church, Theressa. A fully ripe mellon has a
were greeted by Mrs. Terwtl- Mrs. J.T. Prevail at the homeof All friends and relatives ars thin skin that peels easily when
Adams invited to attend. scraped with the fingernail. It
legar, Mrs. .II. Mrs. the latter.
Charles Sawyer, and Mrs. Games with prizes were con- has a regular shape and a
George Roberts, jr. ducted by Misses Carol Hardy "bloom" over a dull velvety;
OES SupperStarke surface. Colors vary from
The Individual tables were and Gayle Hatcher.
covered with gold colored linen The refreshment table was deep, solid green to gray, depending -
cloths and centered with miniature covered with a gold linen cloth upon the variety.; The
chapter Order of the yellow, and
underside is pale
arrangements of summer and centered with an arrange-
Eastern Star will have a covered F thumping produces a dull, ruffled -
flowers. ment of red roses. Mrs.Hardy +
The punch table was covered presided at the punch bowl. dish supper) Saturday sound.
at 7 o'clock at the Masonic -
with a yellow linen cloth and Among the 20 guests were night Hall. All Masons and Immature melons usually
centered with a cherub compote Mrs. E.G. Groves mother of families Invited to have a hard, greenish, unripe
their are
holding an arrangement of yel- the honoree and Mrs. A.W. appearance and the underside
low and tropicana roses. Mr. Kirkland, mother of the bride attend. Is pale green. The "thump"test

and Mrs. W.S. Clover presidedover groomelect.The produces a hollow ring.
the servtnt' of the refreshment hostesses presented the w Over-mature mellons are dull,
as guests arrived. honoree with electric toaster ..rvn lifeless soft, and springy.
Line arrangements of flowers as a memebto of the occasion. The safest choice of melon
In shades of yellow and tang- Gr Is thai sold by the piece or one M Ii

erine were used In the party; Kitchen ShowerIs J the dealer has plugged especially When I here's u burbruin. : In thu'winct.! toss u bin crisp salad
room.A 1. / for those who have trouble of western Iceberg lettuce chunj(b,:sliced cucumbers, tomatoes
salad course was served I Given For Interpreting the meaning of and radishes. Add a dressing or'"anchovy paste Worcestershire,
after which several progress- "thumps". Be sure melon sold Hteiilt satire iiiul red wine, and you1 have .top notch entlng with
Ions of bridge were played. Mrs. Clemons 'S y by the piece Is tightly wrappedIn charcoal broiled meats' anytime!'* "

Miss Norma Canova had high -J cellophane. For a variety of barbecue salhdll! ; ';ely on the versatile salad
score and Mrs. Carl Hurst NewArrivals Ice cold watermelon Is a treat, green western iceberg lettuce and servo it torn or shredded or
won second high. Others win- Mrs. Jay Carver entertainedat in fruit cups or sliced and piled as wectiiex( or "rufts" (cnrsswissLJMites! ).

nings prizes were Dr. Jean a kitchen shower Monday high with mixed fruit slices SIPKKII: u M tit i-:< t t'fc s.\i.\i>
Mundy. Mrs. Marc Jackson and night at her home In Saratoga ,w. l and salad dressing.' Party
1 head CKlrril I r c I b (" r K 3 lull"'I''II'| turrairon. vin
Mrs. Eva Baldwin. Heights for Mrs. Gene Cle- minded people might have a ll-ltUl -Uhf b! t tiur
Others assisting In caring for mons, who with Mr. Clemonsand watermelon punch bowl and put I large ut'iimlH'r. shirrd
family have moved Into Pamela Sue Durrance Weds the scooped-out pulp r"'j'lah"'III'UII'> | WoriTNlrrNliIre
the l'UelllAw"reMrll.Johnf'Lvnn Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nobles through a :2 tomulm'N.. iiurtrrril| 'tilw(/ Isnurr,
Gruen, Mrs. their home on Morgan Road blender food
Mrs. Harry new or mill. the I bunch riulislii'H. sllerd.
Carl Lamar Johns and Mrs. The 18 guests were members of Starke Michael announce Robert the birth on Mr. Wheeler In Bethel BaptistMiss resulting Juice makes the basis 1 Into' R.irllr. crushed. 'J'f :'t,tables. >|).'". hntllril NlrukNUIU
E.L. Matthews. of Brownie Troop 370 and their of a son, for a watermelon punch which, I'',:i tops riini oil l
mothers. Games with prizes July 17 in St. Luke's 1I0spitaLMaternal like other punches, often Just ',4 imiiml, Danish flue rhrst 3 l..h"'I''II'| dry red l wine ,
Mrs. I
were enjoyed. ,. grandmother is Pamela! Sue Durrance, ed by four large pedestals, sur- grows says Mrs. Walsh i I.>|)|I>NIIIOIIM Irliimi Joie .I'"'' Salt. 10 lust.
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Miss CrawfordTo The refereshemncovered ls table was Charles Darby of Starke. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. n.V, rounding a miniature bride and If you are looking for a low :1 li'HNpmmt nmlimt |I"tt'| J"j>H rf' U-UKMIIMI| |M'HT

with a lace cloth an and Mrs. C.D. Inman of Durrance of Hampton Lake, became groom in a pink rose arch. The caloric, vitamin-rich dessert Core rlnso and drain lettuce;; chill= in disposable plastic bill!
Wed A ug. 26 centered with arrangement Mr. the birth of ain the bride of Paul Robert watermelon is the answer. No Add Kiirllr to oil, fiend cheese with remaining Ingredients/ ;
of summer flowers. Starke announce Barlow on July 13 Wheeler, son of Mr and Mrs. top tier was covered with pink other fruit is quite as suitable, discard KUilir. and add oil to ,theupe/ dressing! : mix well. Cut
David Herschel F. Wheeler and lavender Two lettuce into bite sl/p hunks In Add iicinnber. tomatoes
Mrs. Carver presented the General Hospital. of Starke roses. sheet for It Is rich Vitamin C and 'Xlw
and Mrs. G.L. Crawford Alachua '
Rev. honoree with a corsage made grandparent are on Friday, June 30, at 8 p.m. In cakes, decorated with roses of contains Uilamlne and riboflavin nnd radishes, TOSH lightly dr""lrL;! of the) dressing Just before
of StarkP mmrainrn the eniraue- Maternal Bethel lavender "ser\lnn Stole. rrmnlnliiKInus TorrlKcriilor!: Makes li Mrv"
Baptist Church. and each
ment of their daughter, PatriciaAnn of kitchen gadgets,, Mr. and Mrs. MR. Sanders pink, were on as well. !. ovwgar 1l1' '
Hev. James C.Saunders, pas- side of dIe wedding cake.
to Ronnie Keith r.donfield, Starke. tor of the church, performed the Serving the cake were !Mrs. Don't throw away the rind.
son of Mr. and Mrs. I'.C. L'd-: GreenFillyawEngagement double ring, candlelight cere- Marcellne Goolsb, :Miss Janice Use it !In treats such as this (1 I part vinegar and 2 parts ,linen l headspace; adjust lids.
enfield of Lake City. Miss Mr. and Mrs. Jim Duncan mony. Stencil and Mrs. Reba Hicks. recipe for Sweet Pickled water) and allow to stand over'|.Process... In boiling waterbath I
Crawford Is also the daughter t of Starke announce the birth Decorating the altar of the The punch table held a three- Watermelon lib J. night. Discard the liquid next?ff 4 1S owner for 5 minutes.
of the late Lois Crawford of of a son. James Scott., on June church were two white urns containing tiered candelabra with pink tap- 4 1 pounds watermelon rind morning. Make a syrup of* tat '

Starke. Mr. and Mrs.Aubrey T.Green) 30 at Lakeshore Hospital In splngerla, whltegladl- ers, splngerla, white stock, pink Lime water made from 2 vinegar water, sugar and
Marriage vows will bespokenIn former Starke residents, announce Lake City.Maternal. oll, white stock, lavender carnations, and lavender pom tablespoons slaked lime spices ({tied loosely in a cheesecloth -'
the Old Providence HapUsU the engagement of their grandparents are mums, pink carnations, and poms. Two wedding bells cen- 1 quart white vinegar bag and lightly pounded)X:..*

Church at Providence on Sat- .Dixie Carol Fillyaw, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert L. Mark- white pom-poms. A garland of jjttred the floral arrangement ,.., 2 cups! water, _. Heat syrup to 180\ degrees I'. oro _TlQLD
daughter, :
urday, Aug. 20, at 8 p.m. .., .ham. of Lake City. Mrs. Finley Milies- j **..*.AM Cover: and.Met'siO for .
""..' Howard Allen Smith of Haw- the valley was Strung ,the candelabra, which w j'Centered ..papa, cubaa' one-hour.
Wand wlth Mrs.a reception Crawford"Wort at theCom bjr itev.** -:f ',Mnavllle to G;*.,.* '"n *. <. 11 ..., .uI',gr'other, .e'y"."la."" the"Ii! aalonajhe 1 cholrUety.: and *...ld r' between two crystal punch ., ,,1,1/2tups! white! coin: sty\tapIjtablespoon edlddsvdrelttetlnelattyfigbrlqi\ ddhhl'cook .' .: :::71MEK
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candelabra QIItJQ.W2
building In Providence' Mr. Smith, li the son of Harvey arch containing fifteen bowls.. I allspice "
munlty Allen Smith Kathleen Ga. candles was directly behind Serving punch, ;were Mrs. tablespoon 1 cloves > hours or until syrup begins tothlcken. .:..
following the ceremony. Mrs. Curtis Richardson the minister. Doris Stewart, :Mrs. Glen- 6 sticks cinnamon ;Add white corn syrup
Is 1971 and of and Mrs. W. 1
The bride-elect a Friends Mr.
Hartford. Ga. A gold and white prayer da heeler, and :Mrs. Joyce Pare and remove all green and and continue cooking until sy-
graduate of BUS and Is em- of A home wedding Is planned H. Nollman will regret to hear bench was used for kneeling. Allen. pink portions from watermelon ruo, i J. fairly Uktck. Cover and
ployed by Western and Southern \ for August 11. that their grandson, Billy Boyd Two gold spiral candelabras :Mrs.ernon Silcox greeted rind. Cut in desired shape or cool, in syrup to plump the rind
Life Insurance CompanyIn 20 year old son of Mr.and Mrs. stood at each side, with palm guests at the door. Standing size, and soak for 2 or 3 hoursIn Before pacWng. Keheat. Pack 'The trouble is that BO
GaInesville HousewarmingFor / William B. Boyd of St. Peters- trees In and around the choir In the receiving line were mem- dIe lime water. Drainwatei- inttJSj<:clean/hot Jars and cover many of u* are saying, 'Thettebhle
Mr. Edenfleld Is a 19G9 grad- burg, was killed in an auto- loft. !Marking the family pews bers of Ute wedding party!; and melon. Cover wiUi weak vine' with SvrKp' leaving one half ,. N. .' 1
uate of Columbia County High StatzersMr. mobile accident Sunday morn- / ,lA
were lavender and pink carnations parents of the bride and bride
School In Lake City and is employed Ing. The Noll/nans attended with bows to match., groom. ,
l>v the Dunartrnont of the funeral in it. Petersburg Mrs. James C. Saunders Mrs. Ten' Kersey thebride's
..Jim Statzer organist ? kept I
and Mrs.
Transportation, in Lake Pity. Wednesday afternoon. and Miss! t.avonCollins, booh.

All friends and relatives are and family honored of Bristol at a surprise Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Shields orMcAmater soloist, provided a program of After a brief wedding trip to 1

Invited to attend the weddingand were housewarming Saturday evenIng Okla. are visiting nuptial music. South I lorld.i, the couple will w '

reception. at their new home In Hampton their son and daughter-in-law, Steve Kirkland attended Mr. reside at 311 :Y 'lempleve.. ,,
given by members of the Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shields, for Wheeler as best man. Ishers in suike.
Mrs. W.II, Hart. Mrs. Edith Madison Street Baptist Church. several days. were Glenn Hicks, Fred Johnson .- The bride I is a 1972 graduate ,
and Kick}' Lee of Bradford lI School! and Is
Christiansen. Mrs. Pearl Col- Mr. Matter is the'new music .,.
son Mrs. Ella Moody and Mrs. director for the Madison Street David Underlll of Indlatiantic a part time vniplojee with 1>lIr-
,.
Dora Beasley visited their sister Church. and Steve Walker, Dave Tripp Mrs. Linda Hicks attended her rance Pump: !Suppi.x Co.
Mrs. LW. Strickland, In Approximately friends cal- and Morris Evans of Fort Lau- sister as matron of honor, the groom Is a 1'iti't! ;! graduate layaway
the Monroe Hospital Sunday. led between the hours 7:30 and 8: derdale are guests this week of wearing a Victorian sty le, floor of Bradford I High, and, Is also
30. Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief.M length gown of lavender chiffon employed with Din"i',ante l\unp
with lace edged ruffles and edg & Siipplj. coat
- l ing on the full length sleeves. Among the out of town quests event ,

She wore a large brimmed, mat- were Mr. and :'tIn..1.,. ""110-
ching hat trimmed In lace. way and daughters of(llolljisood,
M The other attendants, :Miss Fla.; :Mr. and :Mrs. Graham
Cindy.) Chesser of Kingsley Simmons and son of North :Miami _
Lake, :Miss Libby Harvey of Beach; :Mr. and :Mrs. O.,\.
Lawtej, and :Mrs. Bonny Simmons Grlffls and son of Eau Gallic;
of North :Miami Beach, a and :Mr. and :Mrs. :M.K. Grlf-
cousin of the bride, wore dres- fis and family\ of Jacksonville.
ses and hats Identical to that of
tral.araNaa, rlw. ..
e a.aun.r
the
of
matron honor except in

pale pink. .All wore small Cameo Laura Goldwire of West Palm ArI
pins at dIe neck. Beach spent last week with her r h }
The matron of honor and attendants grandparents, :Mr. and :Mrs.
carried white flower Gilbert Goldwire.
baskets containing splngerla

pink miniature carnations, pink Jennifer Haas. Sally Torode
MAGIC CHEF sweetheart roses, and lavender and Suzanne Sawyer are spend-
t porn poms with pink and laven- ing a month at Camp Chattooga

der streamers Tallulah Falls,Ga.

GAS RANGE ===:.o.rue.N; row.r :Misses :Melissa and Berdle Green I 1 RA
: Herbert
:Mr. and Mrs.
.,uww oblliuchonaawr.wa Allen, daughters of :Mr. and ,
:Mrs. Lloyd Allen of Starke and daughter, Anita, spent last ,
"?Jsw served as flower girls and week In the North Carolina

wore dresses like those of mountains.
the other attendants. They
carried small white baskets :Mr. and :Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton -
of rose petals with pink and and son Jim,will return today -
lavender streamers. after ten da>s visit with

I'I-' : Serving as ring bearers were their parents in Madison '
\a. and Winder, Ga.
Heights,
"
owN.ooa. Ritchie Wheeler of Starke, a I
L...you...on'''' Nil N m.LW of and
the
nephew groom, f
'
:Marlon Harrington
Mr. and Mrs. -
-.. ,.' Christopher Simmons, of North- spent last week with w:4- f< ,

,. # ,I :Miami Beach. friends at Hilton. Head and t t'I t

I E '. The bride, given In marriage Charleston, S.C.
;" u by her father, wore a Victorian
J.W. :McNeely
a of Mr. and Mrs.
gown Imported
I organza with Lakeland visit.
of
and
daughter
Venice lace, threaded with
r- pale ed her parents Mr. and Mrs.
I pink petite roses trlmmla!* be Herbert Thomas, Tuesday and fashion forecast
neckline and center. The skirt
d e10 toe .__ .w.... wsrrMuN Wednesday. ", for
bottom and of iff fall!
tucked
I IMN..._.._... yoke organza ,
f".0,,,Na.rj the high Victorian neck- Mrs. Edith Christiansen left
line and home In !New; I Here'. autumn In a'suhMlll''
.: I. bishop sleeves were Monday for her Our press,
trimmed] with Venise lace. Orleans, La. after a visit of In.s.ortmanl w.rmth. fnhicn rand Ihal, let you wr.p up
She wore a cathedral length veil several months with Mrs. W.H. furacsretree car cats 'It.ue, F.bulous I.ke
or lovely
of Illusion trimmed with \' and other relatives. you'll wear long Coati that
enlse Hart A
j --= l'Ir zoo lace and carried a cascade Junior. Jr. Petite plMlasuyW alf4heildin

$209 boiKSMt of white miniature Mr and Mrs Clyde B. Terwlllegar away the newesl od.y..Gr I..hlon charge ill Yoso put one' nlgr.eil.
.
i w.t.Skide carnations, splngerla and pink Jr. spent the weekendat 4,
I
pearls and whit streamers. Crescent Beach.
A reception was held after the
ceremony In the church social Tina Gene, Dawn and Laura
r hall. Two white Mattttws of Maltlandar*spending 9
urns of ftowers -
28
were used Wednesday to Sunday with r
at each end, to
Gas And behind the bride's table and their grandparents Mr. and
Appliances at each end of the table were Mrs. Carl Mathews.Mr. .

candelabra with pink andlaveo- _
der candles and Mrs. Eston Jordon
nz W.: Madison St. Phone 964-7701 The wedding cake was In three toured South Florida last Wed- QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICEStl'1I.nj.

tiers with the top tier support. nesday to Sunday.


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nautical influence from shorts, and pants are em- freedom in lengths to match many of them are bedeckedby
Maine to Malibu. And sleek, blazoned with seaworthy any personal mood or whim. appliques, stencilwork or
supple cotton knit are motifs like ships whales, The super-natural St. Tropez embroidery.Famous .
riding the crest of the wave anchors, and signal flags. look prevails In knit for their Innate
Consumer interest in com- The new, soft comfortable tank tops over rants, shorts, suppleness, cotton knits are
fort and wardrobe travel- cotton knits are yeoman performers or abbreviated pantsklrts for sailing to windward with afresh
ability has launched a new in a widely diversified easy-going fashion esprit. fashion lifestyle full of
fleet of cotton knit sportswear collection of psckable Flightwelght cotton knit exuberance color, comfort,
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I JAtan&i mrt 1rIh1e see

x'sfi'A' IS HAVING A .

Mrs. W.W. Hood. Sr. spent Mr. and Mrs.Bobby Dodd have .
I the past .ten days with Mr. and moved to Cross Creek Mobile
Mrs. Hood Jr. at Beddiz tat Home Estate near Hawthorne.Mr. .
Beach.
and Mrs. Ira D. Wells
Mrs. Gary Dickey of Brig- of Gulf Breeze were Sunday r
ham City'; Utah was MondayY1aU.or and Monday guests of Mr.and .,.l' ii
of Mrs. W.H. Hart and Mrs. Barney McRae. :
family. I
Mr. and Mrs Everett Abrams .... f fwr. KmijV
Mr. and Mrs. M.R. Judd and of MaItland were weekend guest .- ..- ....
grandchildren, Keith and Derek Of Mr. and Mrs. George K.
Judd. will return today after Bennett at Klngsley Lake. Mrs. =.' ........
touring the New England states Abrams remained for the week.
for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs.Jerry Williams
Local admittances: Bradford and children of Starke and Calnsville MARKDOWN
County; Hospital this week includes are vacationing In New
Manuel Suero,Mrs.Marlene Orleans for two weeks. .-
Strama Mrs. Sheltle
Cerle, Horace Knowl.., Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Barron ..
.
AUce Hill. Marcia GoodgeJahn of Starke and Mrs. Hellen Wallace .
Moody and Mrs.Virginia Geiger of Keystone Heights had
Starke; Mrs. Dee Saxon,Hampton supper at the Red Lobster House :
David Browning Ralford. In Jacksonville Saturday night.
; .
and Miss Peculla Norman Lake Mrs. Wallace moved to Jack- .
.
Butler. sonville Monday to make her -

home. .
Mrs. Robert E. Lee and dau-
ghter of Columbia, S.C. have Mike Darby, who has been
spent the past two weeks with visiting his mother, Mrs.
Mrs, Lee's Parents Mr. and Charles Darby, and family for:
Mrs. J.L. Osborne. two weeks, left Monday to at-
tend a refresher coarse at Cessna 4 1965 1969CHEVROLET 1969THUNDER

Mrs. Drew Reddish was admitted Aircraft Corporation In FASHION'S SHiP.TO.SHOREMESSAGESeaworthy
to Riverside Hospital Wichita Ka. for ten days before sportswear in sleek supple cotton knit rides the crest of BIRD IMPALA FORD LTD COUPE
Monday for observation and returning to his Job with summer's fashion wave. Here a midriff top in striped
treatment Cessna In Vietnam. cotton knit pairs up with cotton knit jeans with contrast
stitch detailing. They're both by Garland. Loaded With 4 DOOR HT. Loaded With
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Reddishand Mrs. L.D. Green underwent
son Chris, of Guntersvllle surgery Wednesday In Alachua Xtras Air Con. PS. PB.
.Ala. are visiting Sheriff General Hospital. Girl Scouts 5 GraduateSet Xtras
Runs And
Drives Good
and Mrs P.D. Reddish for two
weeks. Mrs. Myrtle Anderson returned Activity From SJRJCA Scratch N Dent Solid" TransportationScratch

entered Friday after a three- On Left Front Fender Scratch N Denis On Both Sides N Dents On Drivers Side
:irs. Ben Rowland week visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Alachua General Hospital Wednesday Edward Schwab: at Merritt Is- Girl Scout Day Camp at Five Starke and Keystone VAS WAS IS WAS
for surgery Friday. Her land. The Schwabs brought Mrs. Neyad on Klnglsey Lake Is Heights students graduatedfrom 495 IS
daughter, Mrs.lei Marshall. Anderson home and spent the slated for July 31 starting at St. Johns River Junior 1395T6951395
of Apalachlcola ... visit weekend.Mr. 9 a.m. and ending at 3 In the College In Palalka.
ing her parents. afternoon.The Students from Starke were
day will be filled with David L. McKnIght, Thomas
Mrs. William Parks and dau- and. Mrs. Robbie ShallerL.visited arts and crafts, swimming and Gregory Rlherd, Jim ,Hall ,1967 1966PONTIAC .965CHEVROLET
enter of ,Atlepn,jmn.:.TBgentvisitors -.,.. Mr. and Mrs. QgdenBitriittecksonvUle'Over nature, programs, according. to Shuford, .and. Nancy. Lee
of Ms., ; the Mrs. Carolyn "E ves,' 'scoutleader. Struth. '*', < -0'10 OLDS 88 4 Door '

Parp. ". .:'1 \. ,.weekend..... ...t I Paul George Johnson, was LAMANS; VAN
Scout areas n'6f Cadettes. the only student graduate from Clean As New
Mrs. J.C. Kesterson of Nep- Mrs. Rodftey Waldrop and Juniors and Brownies will be Keystone. W A'GONH Runs Real Good
tune Beach was Sunday to Tuesday daughters of Charleston; S.C. exploring and Indian theme. Forty-eight; students were
> guest of Mr. and Mrs.L.N. and Mrs.Harolc1.SulUvanofTal- Special events will be pres- graduated from the college at Small Scratch \ Dent46000 TRUE MILES: CLEAN: Some Scratch N Dents
Pickering.Mr. lahassee are guests, of Mr. and ented during the eight days. the end of term 3-A, accord- Rear Fender
Mrs. J. F. Bloodworm\ and family Registration fee Is #$8 for Ing to C.L. Overturf, dean WVS Scratch N Dent Passenger/: Door Over
and Mrs. Harold Holmes this week. They all visited scouts and $10 for non-scouts. of student affairs. WAS

of B.J.Dupo Eggers, Ill. and and Mr.daughter and Mrs.of Disney World. ., [TW5L 1095 695 T095.All 795

Jacksonville were Saturday visitors Practices
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bro- Poor Mowing
of Mr. and Mrs. Tullle
therton and sons of New, N.C.

Norman of wen Mr.-and Sunday Mrs.to Tuesday Don Harden-guests Cause Lawn ProblemsPoor Come Out And Save Some MoneyOn

Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson attended brook.
the funeral of Mrs. J.M.
mowing Is the direct weekly mowing, especially If
Sixes at Fort White Sunday.
cause of many lawn problems. you want to keep the seed heads
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hayesof The Scratch Dent Cars
Very often lawns are too short, down and are best maintainedat
Mrs. E.K. Perryman returned -
El Paso, Texas, Mr. and too Infrequently and cut with a two to three Inches. St.
after ten days In Riverside Mrs. Dick Beard and son of .
dull
mower.Proper also require
Hospital for observation and White Sands, New Mexico and Augustine grasses
frequency and height weekly mowing at two to three
treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Abromo- of cut are necessary for best Inches for best quality turf.
wits and son of Dayton, Ohio of the lawn.
Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Nasworthy appearance ALSO
and Mr. and Mrs. Al Carlton are guests this week of Mr. The low-growing, fine tex During prolonged dry periods,
of Winter Park were Sunday and Mrs. E.W. Hayes. tured bermuda and zoysla raise the mowing height slightly -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.H. grasses withstand very close to aid the grass In surviving
Jllas wortl11. Don Hardenbrook Scoutmaster clipping. Both of these grasses the moisture stress. We Sieve Several Real of Troop 70, and six can be maintained at a cut- Last but c.rtainlylOt least, ,
scouts. John and Lewis Cooper, ting height of one-half to one remember that power mowers
Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Hayes and Mike Crews, Ciena Mullis inch. For best appearanceboth are dangerous! Accidents
daughters returned to their Chuck Register of Starke and I grasses should be mowed caused by the careless use of OK Used Cars For Your SelectionTHE
home In Miami Wednesday, of Plen Hicks of Brooker spent weekly and with a reel mower mowers keep Increasing every ,."
last week after ten days vac- last week at Boy Scout Camp If possible. Centipede grass year. Before mowing, considera
ation with Mr. and Mrs. K.W.: Baden-Powell near Melrose. should be mowed at least every few common safety rules.
Hayes at KIngsley Lake. two weeks at I 11/2 to two inch- Walk over the lawn and picK
es. Bahia grasses required up toys, stones,wire,pine cones
and any other debris which could ... !tt
be a potential deadly projectile. .DEMREH
Innocent people and pro-
.Ir r; perty can be hurt by flying ob-
jects. Don't allow children to
rF play with or operate power mowers ANNUM
while the machine Is running -
DAY and certainly don't allowa
J youngster to mow while bare-
rtJ r footed. Don't mow wet grass.
f It clogs the mower and 14On
Increases the danger of feet qee
slipping under the blades.It .
Is best to fill the gas
Friday July 21st Only
tank outdoors while the engineIs
cool and not running. But,
be careful not to spill gasoline -
on the grass because It New 1972 Chevrolets And Oldsmobiles
Is an excellent grass killer.
H.WSESTALL Finally, remember that.
VAN self-propelled mower is Inherently -
more dangerous than the Is Still
push-type, even though It Is Going Strong

;11 (: '!.. easier to use.
A little common sense on
ulla LOTDINGWl. I. proper mowing will go a I long
'
: \ fNIIININf i way In providing your home
with the beautiful "living car-
.I I
t' f J 'l \ pet" we often take for granted.
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Celery Enjoyed Nationwide ? : Dolph Reddish Qualifies For Sheriff's PostVeteran


to Bradford County; ser are completed eluting' Deputy Reddish includes
Deputy; Sheriff DolphE. arise Some of my decisions gram the committee with J. The Bradford County deputies a total service time of
Reddish 39, qualified Monday may not always be Individually ving on Cheney coordinator. He and office: personnel currently 82 years.
July 17, for the office of popular, but they will be made baa Pope over 30 college credit hours employed by the Sheriffs ,This was not accomplished)
sheriff of Bradford County; the In perspective to the total con toward his associate: degreeIn Department "are very overnight" Reddish states "it
office being vacated by hla father cart. law enforcement and says competent In fulfilling their respective has taken time much Individual -
Sheriff P. D. Reddish only promise I make la he will continue working toward duties, and It Is my I effort and sincere dedication
after 24 yean. that. If .elected I will work the two year degree until \ Intention to retain each of ) to the service of the
"The office of sheriff chief long and bard doing that which: the 66 credit: hours required them." The present stag In- community; state, and nation."
z
law enforcement officer of the Is for the best Interest of aU
county; Is a highly responsible citizens regardless of race !l JUt> ,
authoritatfveposltlonwhich or economic status.
demands education, law enforcement "My position In the oncoming ." .::.;: -
training dependa- election Is that I am running ."
Dt "wawi ,.. bUlly; and Integrity; Reddish 'for' sheriff- not 'against' .
tales. Currently serving as anyone for sheriff. ,
chief deputy; for the Sheriffs ''I am asking :you who feel "
"sys. Department Reddish has IS that I am the candidate who '
AlM11j
1t r years experience as a deputy; can best serve you, the people
'
sheriff. of Bradford County; as your := CHICS SANBBlASflH <' .
", "1 have received a great deal sheriff to join with me In the
I
ANS of encouragement from within i
Bradford County; and some from Reddish Is a life-long resident jDolph WHAT IS SANDBLASTING? '.
Those 'long row of celery we lIell growing in Florida add up outside the county: ; particularlyin of Bradford County and 'I" i
to a phenomenal 300 million stalks which reach produce countersin the field of law enforcement. lives at Route One. Box 18-B A Process Of Ridding Aa Object Of Foreign" Material', i

some 46 cities around the country Celery has counties uses to offer myself as a candidatefor (Wilson Road), Starke. He la Reddish
In American) cooking an shown In thi'Hu food JiahuHiKltESU ; sheriff. There are those married to the former Shirley PERSONALIZED SERVICENo

: CEI.KItY': AM=" MIJSIIKOOMS, FI.OKIDIAN" =""i"iI who believe: I have what takes Carpenter and they have three related seminars," Reddish
to get the Job done. now, children: Greg, Karen and states. Too Swill''
\ fresh mushrooms Jot Bin Or Too
pound ,
not next week, not next year. Mark. He is currently on the Advisory ,
{\11 sliced "I have and will continue to Upon graduating from Brad- Committee of the Brad
i1. margarine't cups prepared medium meet problems head-on as they ford High School, Reddish enlisted ford Union Vo-Tech Center W. Csa Chasse,. The Old To New
white sauce in the U. S. Air Force
2 l and served four years. Shortly Law Enforcement Program
Youthful) VolunteersAre which has graduated over 100
after receiving an honor FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL
Bradford Countyand
officers for ;
Remove celery leaves. Cut ribs into 5-inch lengths. Place into Raining! Funds able discharge Reddish was surrounding communities. Jody At 964-8970 Or Call Collect 372-9840
a large skillet; add bulling water to cover along with salt and employed as Bradford County Reddish la a certified Instructor -
black pepper Cover and cook until tender, 10 to IS; minute For U. S. OlympicsNearly Jailer with the late Clayton in this program by both Csiaesville Monument Service ,
Meanwhile, heat butter in a skillet; add mushrooms. and saute a quarter-of-a-mil- Crawford. the Florida Police Standards .
until, golden; stir in white sauce and heat only until hot .Drain lion youngsters between the During that time Deputy; Reddish Council and the Florida Depart- 2135 S.E. 4th Si. Gainesville. FIs. JJ60IEVERY
served In the dual :
capacity
celery. Arrange in a serving dish; spoon mushroom sauce over ; ment Education..He has taught
ages of 10 and 16, are participating of Jailor and outside deputy.;
celery. 100 hours In the program
in "The U.S. Olympic After three :year at the Jail over and ls the only officer: In Brad-
YIELD: 6 portions. Fund-Raising Championship. he became a full time uniformed for the
ford County; qualified
." deputy; sheriff.In position.
1962 Reddish was employed ......
Reddish was In- -
with the Florida National Guardat Deputy; < : ..;::
SAUTEED CELERY WITH GREEN PEPPER The campaign Is sponsoredby Camp Standing for three strumental bringing the Pro San-

2 tablespoons butter or scup sliced onion Servomation Corporation years, returning to the Sheriffs ta. .Fe, Law. Enforcement. . .. .-... ........
margarine \\t teaspoon salt of New York and its national Department In 1965 after .. .
'
3 cups allced Florida celery \% teaspoon. ground black' Red Barn Restaurant chain the untimely death of Chief r 0\
I li! cups sliced green pepper pepper involving youths, factory and Deputy; Sheriff Russell Redding.

Melt butter In heavy skillet. Add celery green pepper and onion. office workers in more than Since that date Reddish has
Cover and cook over medium-low heat until crisp-tender, IB to 200 major cities and com served continuously with theSherW' HOME SHOULD HAVE
.
20 minute. Add Halt and black pepper Serve us a vegetable. munities across the nation. 1969 Department.In Reddish was selected

,
YIELD) 4 portion. for training at the FBI National -
f Clifford Buck, president of Academy In Washington

Western Melon Shortcake the U.S. Olympic Committee, D. C., called the "West Point"of ONE OR THE OTHER.
,
said at a gathering of Olym law enforcement In as muchas
"greats" in New York it renders the very foremost .
Are you a perfectionist about wanting perfectly round melon pic In training education,and
halls, ? Try laying the melon bailer or measuring teaspoon flat on that the program. launching preparation for efficient distinctive -
tht surface of the melon. Apply: enough pressure.. to cut then give "this activity marks the first performance. Reddish
twUt to make the ball. Usually. melon balls made ..
a are by cutting time in the history of the In the top half ofa ,'
graduated
into the melon flesh it leaves
at an angle so ono aide flat. How you "
cut the whole melon will also make a difference as to the numberof Committee that young Amer- class of 100 law enforcement "
perfect melon balls you can cut out of the flesh. By cutting the icans have been recruited in officers from every: state In
melon lengthwise you have more surface to cut from. such large numbers to participate the nation and five foreign coun-

'Weolrrn Melon Shortcake in a single fund-raising tries.
Mash. 4 cup of melon balls or cubes with potato masher and effort for the benefit of the "I am the first and only officer -
mix with % to 1 teaspoon almond flavoring; chill.Prepare'6iacuita U.S. Olympic team." In the history: of Brad-
: according,.: to your favorite recipe or use a package ford County; to attain this honor.
mix if you prefer. Split each biscuit: in half and spread cut "I have also spent many\ hours
aides with butter or margarine. Spoon melon sauce over the bottom Jesse Owens, who will receive attending statewide and area f
halve of the biecuita. Cover with biscuit top and spoon moremelon a special honor from the law enforcement schools and
sauce over entire biscuit: Serve with whipped cream. West German government at

the Munich Games, called the
!'Ve\ program\ "a tremendously exciting MENTAL Model 38GS 36.000 Btu's Model 38GR 36.000 Btu's

Fish & :r ; said, "The and timely need for effort.funds He i."Artit. is HEALTH "''' 'fir ,

M. City eat !{ rt:We '1t n.t"t'llH8"'thd""fl"" P" ''MATTERS. :: 'Ii). CENTRALAIRi t'CONGm fflitNG

money, many of our best athletes ;;, I ... :
Market will not be able to'compote. Bertram S. Brown, M.D..
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Mr. Buck ointed|' out that Director National Institute Two Great Outdoor Units for Quiet,

In7 K. IIKOWNLEE ST. PH. 9 1-8077 "the tout of selecting, train of Mental Health f

ing. outfitting\ and sending Dependable Cooling Choose NOW for
the U.S. team to the Olympic ;


year games the is cost tremendous.will be $10 This million Hope Vs. Depression IMMEDIATE Installation at Specialrt!

This Weeks ,,, and $2 million of that ,
amount still must be raised Depression has become a
PRE-SEASON Prices !
"And that is why I think household word on the con
what the Red Barn organization temporary American scene In N .

STAR VALUES includeSMO such is a wonderful setting,, out thing to do" he is today's turmoils to find thai it is men not surprising and THE COMPACT INCLUDES: THE ROUND ONE INCLUDES.. .. :

women are increasingly aware
t- said. "What we have here Is of an inner sense of uneasiness New Computer Designed Fan Assembly Money-Saving 2-Speed Motor..Cruises
an outstanding example of
and "
PICNIC 449c discouragement. Assures Top Performance! Most Days Speeds'Up For Scorchers!
America at its best, young Whether this amounts to a .
FRESH: NECKBONKS: 4 Ibs. #1.00() people demonstrating responsible modern "epidemic of depres
COUNTRY SAUSAGK(; : 89C59c. citizenship by creating .ion", remains conjectural at Special Overload Devices Safeguard InProtective Solid State Controls Monitor

,BRISKET :\\' wide-spread public support this point in history tarnal Components! Critical Operating Circuits! .1
and .
,STEW for nation's What I lit not conjecture: :
finest
our ama- ..' ',.
I la doubt, however '
proved beyond a -
WITH /A SPECIAL BONUS ON 1R1'II"JUTE teur athletes." i is the fact that the depressive Attractive Compact Design Complements; Neighbor-Pleasing Upflow Design Tosses

illnesses are a serious Your Home's Landscaping! Heat and Sound Skyward', t
HOT RISE KLOIROI'Ernsays nnd ,massive individual und \
public health problem.
By 1980, the railroads expect This is why major clinical: only$495
to be called on to move and bu*>ic research; : efforts are Priced From Priced From Only, OO

"Goodness gracious about 1.4 trillion ton-miles of being brought, to .bear on depression Plus I Installation
; freight annually. That will be which: afflicts, :. from 4. Plus Installation
it's pea-pickin'good!" more than 4.700 ton-miles for h1 million enough; to rciinrcprofessional |
man, woman and child cure and 'lAhi h
MARTHA ---- every likely,to be alive then. leads 'to thousands of kiiiciJcs More people put- their confidence in Carrier than in any other make
V4 ," "- each >ear
S\ I'niikc! the spccfjlis! In internal
WHITE \ medicine: the pc!hia-
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The American railroads triM hIS us >ct no biologicallnborator : -
HOTRIZE & have a national fleet of nearly > tests to aid; him, in --
1.8 million freight cars- the diagnosis' of the majority of ATTENTION
FLOUR
i enough to form a solid train patients who succumb: to men-

that would span the continent, I tal illness.
I\ ri This situation: is as true for
five times.
the depres>i\e illnesses as it is
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Because: of recent research: Mobil*M.m.CtfilimlAtt
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MILDEW SPECIAL i significantly: how.
(o ) ever there is i now hop for HOME OWNERS
diagnostic; assistance; from ,the

"KILL IT BEFORE IT KILLS\ YOUR INVESTMENT" : lat future.>orlllnr) in the foreseeable ,

One research! : project; : re.enl: : >
CLEAN completed: b> sctvrat team ofcollaborating INSTALLEDAny
STEAM OR PRESSURE i ; scientists: h.is presented 3 Tons(36OOO( BTU's)

evidence: that a biochem:
'MOBILE I HOMES ,HOUSES COMMERCIAL BLDGS. ical lest ma> be useful in improving Central $

MOBILE HOMES. e Wash & Wax. NOW. .. .. .. 25.00 to predict:the the clinician's: risk of .1 aNlit,fjtai.wicld.il >. Cooling To Your 6' ft'5

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HOUSES. ', NOW--.35.O0' patient: illness suffering outcome from in a a depressive titen- Present System For As Little As .....

'
2 Story Homes. & Business Bldg. Larger Than 3 BR. Home Extra Charge i The lest I. based on the rind
: ing that the P 1 tta Any Necessary
Electrical
amount of a chemical Air Work
FREE.ESTIMATES\ OX : from the "stress hormone" Conditioning Problems f
secreted' : tIhe) adrenal cortei:
Patios Driveways Floors. Exhaust Systems Paint Stripping, Etc. and
excreted In the urine was '
(No Jab Too Big Or Small) almost always markedly I increased We Have Qualified Personnel To Service

of lime,,over in patients prolonged who perioJs made Any And All Makes Of Air Conditioners. Call 964.7701

CARPET SPECIAL fatal or serious suicide attempts
.' : '... Despite its early stages and
,
M, limitations this
SAVE! UP TO 8* SQ. FT. : work shows
encouraging
progress toward

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Hitchhikers i ,:.; The Ancient Art Local Youth And RJE School Asks Second
I Must Obey Law Bryan

I, .Or'Face Arrest,, Of AcupunctureBY Together Again This Summer


I Hitchhikers who stand NI':i on ttUSSELL'KAY pressed Interest and states he
: roadways. live dangerously and hopes to make the trip. He Children and RJE School arc set aside fot such activities. Term With County
I could be arrested, wu." 'tile During President Ntxlo'strip aid, "'IbIt safely of my patients back together again hU summer Koch's Drugs Stark Chamberof
norlta Highway Patrol. toChlna several V& doctors depends on my maintaining because of a summer program Commerce Vogue Mfg..Bad-
HHlt.cI1b1ken who violate were given an opportunity' a skeptical attitude about being deducted-. Hw cock Furniture.: Woodburn's -
pedestrian rules and drivers to witness the ancient practiceof all developments In this field DIvision Family Services. Uem Jewelryl': Van Priest" RalDh :Pi-van Qualified Friday. with dupont Cov Das taken an
who stop oo the. road-way' acupuncture as practiced' by and I wish to learn first hand The "program was Piannecrand Charley Johns Insurance: Cg. July 14, for a second term active Interest la every ere
I >pick them up, can expect troop the Cjdrws.. They also,examined all I can about acupuncture." Is being carried out by and Mrs. Joann Harley have on the ordBoarciolCoullb' < county government and says
ers to taKe action In an effort patlentabefore and after The Chinese have been using Miss Juanita Griffin a for- made contributions that have Commissioners. e feel. the 1 knowledge' be has
to prevent accidents and pros' operations. This-: experience the technique for 40 centuries mer RJE student who now attends carried the program this far. tallied will make him a more
tact live." says. the. FHP. has seriously aroused American as early as 2,000 years before Sante Fe Junior College. Miss Griffin and hervolunteers The District 3 Incumbent effective board member during
Hitchhikers must stand clear doctors and anesthesiologists. Christ. But up to now It has The nromm will run until plan to cantact other local businesses states that the board has several a second term. Bryan live
ale roadway' hand not walk never been accepted or practiced August 18, In Room- D-3 of lOOn"Army Important projects In process, on SR-230 Just east of Starke.FABCIIMAT1IMQ.
the right side with In view of this widespread : In the Western world. It RJE School Children may en- and under consideration, which x
the now of traffic In violation Interest Dr. Sheldon Munach.a Is felt that an exchange of know tar or drop out at any time. he would' like to see through
of pedestrian rules. Drivers Miami anesthesiologist, has ledge between the Chinese and The program has a place for. to completion: ; such as the .
who stop to pick them up must launched a movement to airlift American doctors will prove at children of all ages with the Unit emergency medical care, anew I yd.
stop clear of the roadway not an armada of 2,000 or moredoctors genuine benefit to both toddler to nine years olds and more economical road paving ,rea'l' ,'P.J I
Interfering with trafflc. from this country to countries.. meeting In the morrtWOor, Plans CivicAssistance process: ,Ore protection and
On expressways, and connect- China with the express purpose American physicians are not stories, table games, library' mental health projects. /
Inc ramps, pedestrians are IIIOtWftIch of studying acupuncture.Dr. too sure Just how acupunture hour arts and crafts and' During his Drat term Bryan J '
allowed, means no hitchhikers Munach presented plan works. It consist of sticking: supervised out door play. The has served as vicechairmanof r
on limited access facul at the annual meeting of the needles Into the various parts ten to fifteen age t group meets the Commission, chairman
u... Drivers stopping their Florida Society of Anesthesiologists. of the body as means of anestheslglng from one to three In the afternoon of the Board of Tax Adjustment r
vehicles on express ways to pick Not only did the the patient so no pain with basketball being the A series of civic affairs projects and on numerous standing and ByCSTON
up or deposit hitchhikers are Society endorse the plan Is felt and causing no shock. major activity. This group also such as demolition of old special committees. JORDAN
In violation of the but over 2,000 expressed their enjoys table buildings and He
law. The patient remains fully cons- games, cards road grading or presently represent the
Beach concluded by saying personal desire to Join such clous and following an open- checkers and puzzles. Both filling projects, are planned by Commission as a dirt>.or on has also served on the Leg
I "Many of the accidents l vol- group. tion. Immediately recovers withno groups enjoy a snack during Company A of the 20th Special the Regional Mental Health islative Committee of the Slate
vlna hitchhikers could be prevented It Is proposed that the trip change In pulse respirationor their play period. Forces Group, Kui.tsvllle, Ala., Board and as vicepresidentof Association of County Com
I If be made next May and Dr. now the Florida Crown Conference
they would stand clearof / blood pressure. After three the sixteen to training at Camp Blending missioners.
the trafflc." Munach was named chairman: While Dr. Munach's plan Is twenty olds take over to for two weeks summer", duty. of Local Government. He Bryan, 40. accounting clerk
I an action committee to bring still In the Initial stage,becauseof play ..records year and cards and Just what projects depends WHAT ISHORSEro'ERf
It about Dr. Munach originallywas the U.S.
army Special Forces
CORIlECTJONt the mutual desire of both
to enjoy having a place to get
I to make up such a visitation American and Chinese doctors This calls team being given permission Dim "Horw'powtr" Is n word loucdrnsunlly
together. Requiredmoke
Due to an Incomplete and Incorrect group LightsIn
party from Interested Florida by city and
sentence the article to exchange knowledge and In- themselves the Black Explorers. county officials. shout, but it is doubtful
doctors but Interest In the plan formation It Is felt It can be They also plan to Major Frank Ca.tkldo civic that few of the persons who use
concerning Clty; of Stark police nationwide brought the decision affairs officer and Bar- Rain Si
Sgt.
worked out successfully.It Fog thin word ran define It. Horse
cars In the July 13 edition have dances and to go on trips. ,
to Invite doctors from ry Hoole ,
acrossto that Florida were making the
Incorrect Is gratifying The Explorers work as volunteers power l U II niciiiturpnvnt of the
of The Telegraph) was country to Join such a 1l- rounds of City of Starke
leadership Is behind the Idea. helping Miss Griffin ; and piwr 'III'"hlllll'JI| of .engines.
: Bradford menu of the law Beach said.
grimage.
Florida Patrol
County
officials The Highway
One Iiiii-M'inpwrr in the force
with the
Implication was that the While the Chinese govern .., do members younger of Neighborhood children as Monday asking what projects warns that many drivers via Tax nrnlrd |I.,> lull 3:1,000: ( pound. one
Baldwin Chevrolet bid was pad- ment has not extended it would be Exemptions
as yet practical for the late the Florida traffic law foot Now that's
Service Center and Neighborhood per minute. a
ded because..1..manJim Lawson an Invitation, contact with local unit to under take. requiring the use of low beam On Denied lot of !
Youth Corps staff ListDue fwwer
knew Ms was the only bid. Chinese officials broughtanen- NEWS ABOUT The program Is totally dependent Any demolition. Sgt. hole headlights in rain smoke or Ailuiilly, one horsepower. ; Is
Councilman Billy Noegel's objection -
thusiastic response and It Is expected will
says be
to the Baldwin bid was on the support of local carefully evalu- fog.Patrol to a typographical errorin cnnnidartwl" i l half again the towKwhuh ,
official will be
approval ated bv the
merchants and private unit's demolition Director Eldrlge a legal ad in last week's paper c.ui ho KriKTuUxl by the
that It was the only one, offering forthcoming. Airlines team to
no competition. Noe- been have SERVICE MENDon citizens according to Miss prevent damage to sur- Beach said "Florida's day- a number of property owners /lVI'II'ler horse. So. old "Nelly,
contacted and an Itinerary rounding buildings. Hoole admitted
time for driving ,
headlight law -
the N vonxlderpd
Griffin because the Division of were listed Incorrectly under IK is not even
gel thought the prlc.wouIdllav. has been set up calling the unit is much better In bad Is still .
weather unknown "
Family Services has no funds "Exemptions Granted. to conxiiliiic' (m' horarpoMrr' No
been better If other firms has for stops In several U.S. cities II M trained in demolition methods
or unpracticed by some The following should have been unmlrr it look', NO Ion been able to bid. with seminars InSan Francisco Smokey Says than on construction projects.The of out-of -state visitors.
:
our under "Exemptions Denied" Instead iihinii in a bug I !:y bmk In the
.' e i f' Tokyo, Peking and Canton.Dr. G. Crews, son of Mr. Alabama unit Includes By obeying the law, you help of "Exemptions Grant- (good old." il,iyn. ''I".. .1 lot easier
Richard S. Modes[ of Tam and Mrs. Leslie Crews of WINDY IWV5: 373 men from Georgia Tennessee others see you when visibility ed" will$ in iiiilmnoliili' viilh ..100horxriMmir
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Truth hat always b enitranger pa, member of the Florida Lawtey was recently pro- = : Mississippi, as well is poor and thereby reduce First Born Church of Living tvguw" under.1 the
.' than fiction; now it House of Representatives exSTARKil- moted to speclallst-4 while F(7RFlRE) as Alabama. They are trainIng the chances of an ac- God Rt.. 1, Starke Fla. hood
it alto becoming 'leas accu
assigned to the 3rd Armored at Camp Blanding from cident." Pleasant Grove Baptist Wo ''i to all the horsepowerntwHililp
cfitei
rate. ...... Division In Germany wherehe Q, fI! July 15 through July 29. The law which has been In Church. Rt. 1 I. Box 491, Melrose 'in serve your.. needs
Is a Jeep driver In Head- 'o-:1 The unit has offered its assistance effect since 1963 requires Fla. when' \'U> do, luisini'M with tin.
quarters Company 3rd Battalion to both the city and that low beam headlights be used K.P. Lodge, Starke Fla. :Sample: uui- fast' pend.ible.
r 33rd armor of the ; ; county. when driving in rain smoke Church, Rt. 1 I. Starke, Fla.; service ul ,your curliest convenience. .
division near Kirch Cons. Mayor Carl Hurst presentedthe fog or when visibility Is reduced Church., Rt. 1 I. Lawtey. Fla.; .
Specialist Crews enteredthe .J.. Starke Council the unit'soffer to 1,000 feet or less. Church Lawtey Fla.
Army in April 1971, received .. Tuesday night. Several Parking lights and auxiliary Woodmen of the World. Camp
". \ J :.:. basic training at Fort '\'''.' buildings on Walnut Street lights do"not meet the require- 138, N. St.. Clair St.., Starke
APPLIANCEFOR Jackson. S. C., and was last 1. and East Call Street were Fla.
i stationed at Fort Myer. Va. suggested. Councilman Billy Church of God In Christ of
S Before entering the servicehe i\j\ Noegel was delegated responsibility TYPEWRITERS: Manual or Lawtey Lawtey Fla.
II attended Bradford High Jm : of obtaining written statements Electric. For sale or rent. F. & A.M. Lodge,Hampton. Fla.: svaaxs s oastU.i3A1
SERVICE School In Starke. His.. wife : from property; owners Bradford County Telegraph Keystone Airport City; of
Paulette, lives on Route 2, lA IMK IH1 e -i..*... t willing to have buildings demo- Keystone heights Keystone ; hlORtIl
w.iiI' : Lake Butler. lished at no cost.
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'. Principals Told
'! !.- gf'_ $y Martha Sa. )McCaIa. Hampton Area News

,. ,,1 IIl'1 CGaatJ' rEzettndon8ltn. About Principles "

;,.": .W Eeeaut tea A eml1' I ", Of ConsumerismThe By Evelyn V. Powell ,; ':'

I:; need for "openness" is COUNCIL MEETINGThe the ball '.fore!.of' his uncle and aunt"; Mr.
to date on purchasing
stressed in a newsletter The City Council met July and Mrs. J.O. Adklna.
Seldom equipment should Consumer Educator published 11 with John Myers manager On the City Happy Fowler entered St..Vincent's -
KITCHEN MINIMACHINESNEED long way toward bu'arwratlrlc., salt 1 cup Instant nonfat dry; of the Starke-Bradford CountyChamber the positive side ? Hospital in Jacksonville
be stored out of the way but still by the National Asso- has rock and street
purchased
SPACE >paint> an accessories for milk 1-3/4 cups water. 1 teaspoon of Commerce as July 12.
be easy to retrtve whenever vanilla, ,1/4 almond ciation of Secondary School repair 1s underway. George for surgery on
Find A Convenient Spot For beautifying your hornet teaspoon guest speaker Mr. and Mrs.Joe Oliver spent
needed. Though cabinet corn- A fourth benefit recreation. flavoring. Principals In cooperationwith Davis had the City Hall floor
Their UM And Storage. The Mr. Myers talked briefly to last week, In Ft. Lauderdalewith
ner of high shelf may be suitable Reworking old furniture be TO PREPARE For Apricot repaired and work wait to be- J
list of small kitchen appliances can the Council of Better council members on the their daughter.. Mrs. Joann -
don't overlook the accessibility .
available reads like a turnpike, value of basement an Interesting hobby\ a family Whip Cook apricots accordIng Business Bureaus pose of the Chamber of Commerce 'weekend widerilsupervisionaof Cehron and family. Mrs.
project or a way to earn extra to package directions
exit ticket. cabinets. explaining that It represents Gehorn and son Matthew returned -
Most kitchens boast at least shelves or money. sieve and return to saucepan. all phases of the Pat Glover Oliver
home with the
Getting the kitchen organisedfor "Very little of what 1 lit most
Another benefit 1s the Sprinkle gelatin on 1/4
five electrical helpers but the preservation cup County; In helping to create new spend another week with
to
number could be expanded to action Isn't always easy of family tradition and water to soften add with sugar essential in consumer educa- industry and promote tourism. SENIOR CITIZENS
twenty-five. All are useful but It pays off to concentrateon heritage. You can restore family to apricots, and heat until tion is the proper subject of a Several residents reported Senior Citizens will meet at them.

and add to creative cooking convenience. Then become meal heirlooms that have had a gelatin and sugar dissolve. flat ruling by any authority. horses are being ridden on the the Hampton City; Hall Friday 'My sister and her husband
while saving time and energy. preparation and washup great deal of sentimental value Remove from heat add lemon Nobody nobody -can say sidewalks and across private evening July 21, at 7:30 p.m. M. Sgt. and Mrs. John R. Has-
But they need space and place- easier than ever. attached to them. Juice and lemon rind and cool. what is the 'right' attitudefor lawns. If you own a horse or with Frank Williams as guestspeaker. led Jr. and three 'children of

ment Is Important for ease of e YAre Ji" Do not hesitate to shop for Put egg whites, dry milk and all consumers as to the pony see that the riders are Goldsboro, N.C. are spending
use 'J good sturdy used furniture. 1/2 cup water Into cold bowlto role of government in commercial aware of the fact that they must SOFTBALL NEWS a couple''weeks here visiting
Study how often various small to ea. and Remember that prized antique whip with cold beaters until not be ridden on the sidewalks, with me and our parents Mr.
you allergic affairs. Nobody has SPEAKER. Come and bring a
chest the proud neighbor boughtIs stiff peaks form Fold Into -
used. Consider and riding through private yardsIs Mrs. M. Vaughan.
are and Ralph
appliances wheat? ; .
f' final definition of friend.
the
the
world use morelrequently still somebody's used furniture apricot mixture. Divide Into (rood trespassing.
too those you If so you can enjoy a and the neighbor recognised and dessert dishes and chill. life. There is no such thing as Tracy Bruno accompanied uiall
If the Items were Council members granted
with this pie crust to Hampton Lake Sunday,;
good pie SOFTBALL
NEWS
out and put away. ) appreciated Its beauty. Serve with custard sauce. a best spending pattern for request by Fire Chief Fred
easier to get recipe from the U. ,Department The Hampton Softball team afternoon for boating and water
Inconvenient storage and Makes 8 servings all families, no matter how Phillips that they allocate funds
Due to of Agriculture.;; For one ECONOMY MENUS CALL meets undefeated Florahome skiing. Great fun-'ttl we
use factors, the time and energy For Custard Sauce: Beat some people talk about "ap for repair of the fire truck lost the Its pretty tough
9-inch pie crust. use one cup FOR PLENTIFUL DRY MILK tonight at 7:30: p.m at the Hampton prop.
you save with the appliancemay cornflakes or rice flakes egg blended. whole egg until proved" percentages of the and to purchase and added water Ball Park.It moving that boat with one pad-
Nonfat milk Is well
always an Add
dry
well be frittered away"fetching" crushed. Add a quarter. cup sugar salt budget for housing and so on. truck and are planning to con- was a close game last ,die--or at least It looked that
economical to use the goodness dry milk and
way Cook
water. tact the
returning. over Railroad ,,
and to
and a third of a cup agency with the champs way: to me while Daddy was
to sugar of milk. And now It Is especially low heat. stirring We cannot even rule for other Tuesday night .
There Is another angle constantly spur mowing and drainage
butter or margarine melted. but Florahome came with doing it.
whether instal away
plentiful. until mixture people as to
this time motion story Easy coats spoon. Remove clearance on their right- I delicious catfish
Mix the (thoroughly enjoyed a
Ingredients 11.10 In the last In-
cleaning Is always a major That box labeled "nonfat dry from heat at once and addflavorings. ment buying is good! or bad of-way. an victory
press Into j9-lnch: ning. sinner with Billy and Myrtle
milk" Is ready to save the day Chill before
consideration In the kitchen. ser
plepan: and bake 5 to 8 minutesin Wagner Saturday evening. Billy
Here suds quick sanitation Is when the family menu planner ving.Too". "ThcHC are all personal matters POWELL-HAMPTON
a preheated oven at 375 Hawthorne walked away with caught and cooked the fish. Mr.
Important to family health as degrees. After baking cool families runs out want of fluid an easy-to-carry milk; or when !!, affected deeply. by personal No decision has been made 10-8 victory on our home field and Mrs. Junior Egtes stoppedIn

well as being timesaving. Any- crust and fill with, teml'crnmcnts.'lIlues Thursday night. later In the evening for a
Immersible In sudsy wateris the your and safe form of milk to tote Tell History
thing favorite plo filling. on warm weather outings;*or and goal They are all legitimately The boys under the manage chat I had the pleasure of J
helpful. If not.for are cleaning parts??' when the family food budget Is Of Industry in II. S. open" the newsletter \' ment of Ted Curtis are In the netting the Wagners' three

easy The special to remove coatings on many! FOil WCOKAT1NG FIJXIltKFIYCIX stretching toward disaster.lSUA"s Early American tools and StlltOH. .1. league with !Melrose.and Flora-came sons,, Jerry Larry and Dan.

newer appliance models make : OLD t'HXiTuoi! : Agricultural Marketing implements, which trace the home and Hawthorne Some of you have been late
It Is sham to throwaway Service that nonfat r .1 our second In the recent tour 'getting news in
washing simpler. Sometimes a says dry transition from hand tools In commenting on) you flutcolde's e your delay
adding an attachment to the old furniture without first exploring milk! is simply whole milk wan made basically of wood to idea* the newsletter : nament. ing It for A week. With my
rinse hose the possibilities of renovating water and fat removed. It does ,? Come out and give our team tight schedule I must have
sink such as a thoHe of iron are featured in nay) *."A ay'wa)', .pritunintIctillyxpvakinir. The Hampton
helps everything In thu It. Old furniture Is not contain vitamins A or 11, Volunteer your Items by Monday night.
washing spray / department.Now often pleasing In design. and which are found In fluid whole u new muHcum Western ,, !. we art not going! to ': :wi f.l': Fire Department Any Monday night events can be

when doing a major well-made. r ,' milk and In fortified fluid skim Connecticut. convert them by Waiting!' .....:.:.;. ;:; .' be on hand selling cold drinksPEnSONALS phoned In to Mrs. Evelyn Vau
kitchen cleaning reorganizing As an added bonus there" are milk. However all the protein head-on into their portvption.and .-* ghan 469-1152 .aljerwar or remodeling try to find several satisfactions you may'' calcium phosporus and B vita- Eric Sloanc distinguishedartist \ motivation. We are in :( '1 She can be reached daily before -
as convenient u spot as possible gain from being .furniture' mins remain for needed bone and writer developedthe the business of helping! them 1' Symoatliy Is extended to Bertha!Mrs. 11 a.m. at that numberor
Ethel Tldwell and Mrs.
for each kitchen aid. "do-it'yourselfer. ,, Y'One and muscle building nourish- learn to live in well us theirresources at tho Hampton General
collection over a period of / McIntosh in the loss of their
Ideally small appliances: benefit Is creativity Tho ment. :Nonfat; dry milk: Is low The Store between noon and 6 p.m.
permit !
should make their homo whereor little things you do to the house In calories with only about 90 )'earll.Come/ dating back to will t sister, !Mrs Pearl Kalune.Mr. Those of you on the Starke i
near where they are used yourself make it Individual -- calories In every eight-ounce Colonial days l and Mrs. Michel Adklns telephone system can reach me I
do Is
best thing to
we can Miami
of recent vlsi-
in distinctly yours. Kenqvated, glass of liquified milk.In were mornings at 964-7438.
especially hose freuently( _
Donald Davis president of help th'mCec/ the rich und \
restyled! or refinished furniture the dry state nonfat dry
operation coffcv-mikvr such or as canopener.The a lousier. gives you Uio chance to see your milk keeps easily for several the Stanley Works in New varied possibilities and! form 1\D\ A :; ; ,'r'.,,",;'ti.Kx'r': ,..,.....'...,.....,.;',".}.,.....}.......j.,"...xvrn,.,..,..s..,.}.}.,.,.,..._,..,,...,_..,.._,..,...:.._,..,.,.:-..:.:----'T'H'T.:.:.:.: .:.:.:-:-:.-T'--=-.:::-::---:::-::-::-::-;:-I$-
next best storage area Is owe' plans and ideas come to months in a tightly' covered con Britain Conn., asked Mr, their own eommitmcats'Vou
an easily accessible shelf or life tainer placed 1 In a cool dry Slomic if he would donate his don't ea catch flies. with vi 11"11111',' .r-- { tin
cabinet. Another Is education \ou place. When liquified accordingto collection to the State of Connecticut and the arousid of hope. is far yt] j TEMPLESuperintendent
Wall hooks or pcgbaard: can can learn new skills Willie contributing package directions, it keeps .providing the Stanley more effective than !the eternal J >'" :;
be one solution u> keeping Honutsmill to the beauty and livability in the refrigerator Just like Works would erect: u suit damping-down! of ambition. \ I
: appliances lundy without of jour home. other, fresh fluid milks. Wise ,f
able; building to house it.Mr. t I.f.
using, 'counter SIMCO. Among Another benefit Is economic. and budget-conscious horn 3- Of
Uic "wallabies" arc hand mixers Hy refinishing and rest)"jUw old makers use nonfat dry milk's :

electric knives and warmIng or discarded furniture1, jon can versatility In many flavorful Sloanc accepted: the "The "real cost of welfare is ,.AIii...'. ,. Public.Instruction.
trays. save dollars that could K o a ways. offer./ und with the help of the not in cash." says Pennsylvania a ; 0
DEDICATED TO BETTER
For u golden llghtheaitedfinale Coniii'ftk-ut Historical Com
Male' Senator Rkhiird SURF.SAVVY Cotton EDUCATION THROUGH
at dinnertime lr"apri
with custard l11 ..14iolll.lllnllcd the buildinir. A. Snyder, "The irreparable knits sail Into summer with PLANNING AND COOPERATION
BUSINESSMAN cot whip sauce
A FARMER AND foil! in in. friictnred families stylish ease. Thi; pucker knit t QUALIFIED
Now the located reduced. production in. the top with a dash of white at .
APKICOT: WHIP museum the neckline and sleeves yUi < EXPERIENCED
BILL wrnict.STAitus.uu: : ': in the Ilousatonic River valley economy and, eroded moral highlights! the clean lines of CAPABLEA .
J II-ounce on the /situ of the old Kent values" the short sldc-wrapped skirt. With Youth
Professional Educator: Concerned Todays
cots.
tor' I ) furnace, where operations ,Roth are by College! Town.

unfavored gelatin 1/4 cup were begun In 1826. The fur
LOCKHAUTSTATE water. I cup sugar, I tablespoon ogre was an important' unit
lemon Juice I teaspoon lemon
*
'
find !grated; 2 egg Whiles 2, 3 In. In4 what was 'tlncO' the"bu8y1It. wl/9 .f
't
REPRESENTATIVE. > t7lp'lVatit" MId" !" !lv'' 'Ai I'tIiI..hur".irnll""MrietInthcee" a mt III h r-Xi'l'M-Kl' lip4' : sI
F District 25Democrat counties (cor Litchfictd. ( 01111., I I
r, FOil? tTN1'\lU; > suxr.: Dutihfs and Columbia. N.Y

|M I I'.I I rt.lv. 2 CKB! yolks, 1 whole CKK'; and Berkshire.' Mass.

1/2 cup sugar( 1/4 teaspoon

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NOW Social Security Disability Program Another



Pays 3 Million People in 15th YearFifteen Chance For '1

BUY
THE TIM NEW

years ago this worked under social security physician. If additional evi- Vet Loans

TO month the first octal security half the time between dence is needed more tests .,

PLAN disability paymentswere 21 and the time he became may be requested at Govern- :lw

made to 96,600 disabled disabled. Before age 24, the ment expense. (FPR>,..Almost 400,000

workers.Today nearly worker needs credit for 1V4 In addition' to monthly veterans in Florida have VOLKSWAGEN

ALAWP4ARGENTINE. 3 million disabled workers years of work in the 3-year cash payments vocational another chance to use their e o '

and members of their families period before his disability rehabilitation is availableto GI. home loan. Odell W,

get monthly cash payments began." certain disabled workers, Vaughn director. VA FROM MILLER-BROWN MOTORS

according social When a worker appliesfor the spokesman said. Disabled Regional Office St.

security officials here. disability payments he workers with a good Petersburg has announced.On "

When social security disability submits medical evidence to potential for rehabilitationare a national} level the ADDRECEIVEFREE; :
;
LAMA SEED unused entitlement of nearly ,
benefits were first establish his disability. referred to State agencies -,
paid In July 1957 only disabled Then physicians and other by social security. nine million World War II
and Korean
Lb. workers between 60 disability experts In a State Rehabilitation can include veterans has been Conflict revived.
.87 and 65 were eligible for agency-usually the State's
job training; physical therapy Many veterans of World WarII
payments a spokesman said. vocational rehabilitation and similar services. and the Korean Conflict
Sib. -425'PENSCQIA "Today' disabled worker agency-decide whether the Since 1965 when rehabil- who took out GI loans before

of any age under 65 can receive worker is disabled under the itation became a part of the May 7, 1968. may have

disability payments. social security law, the disability program socialsecurity's between $5,000 to $8,500
And certain members of spokesman said. investment in re- additional entitlement t

their families can get "In most cases" he said habilitating disabled work- available to them due to SERVICE !

mnnthy checks, too," he "the State agency can make ers has saved $1.60 in bene- another Increase in the
MANIA SEED Raid. the determination on the fits for every $1 invested in maximum amount for loan

To he eligible for social basis of medical evidence rehabilitation, the spokesman purposes.

"b. .49 security disability payments from the applicant's ownQuestions said Vaughn said these
which 'start in the 7th veterans may now use their

> 5Bb. month of disability a GI Bill for home purchasesor from i MILLER-BROWN MOTORS
2.35' worker must be HO severely to purchase mobile

disabled that it looks like homes. The deadline for use

he'll be unable to work fora of home loans by veterans GAINESVILLEFOR
; "attft has been abolished by J
year or more. But he Congress. 12,000 MILES OR 12 MONTHS WHICHEVER
I should file for benefits as
soon as he becomes disabled. AnswersQ. Among the new other legislation advantagesof is an OCCURS FIRST. THIS IS IN ADDITION TO THE NORMAL

Generally, he must have important one which allows VW 24-MONTH/24,000{ MILES NEW CAR WAR

worked in employment covered After for veterans who have already RANTY! w''u'
working Q. I'm a homemaker. I've
I'.y Hociiil security for used their
GI home loans to
nearly 30 I feel
can worked outside'my
years never
at least ft'/i' yearn-and 6 use them again If they fHiCWifiliJP
myself slowing down physically home last b
years of the work must have except summer desire, up to the level of new
been during the 10 years be- in the last few years. when I worked in a friend's entitlement Vaughn said

fore his disability began. How serious a disability store. Could I get a refundof This maximum amount

The work requirement is must I have to get monthly my social security contributions was increased from the !

lower for workers disabled social security disability from that job? original $4,000 to $7,500 in a'WiM &KAOi. ,

lecture age 31,- the spokesman payments A. No. Social security 1951. and in 1968 from $7,500 ro fill| r # Q*# a .
said. A. For social security contributions cannot be re- to the current 12500. The '
additional loan
"Young people may be eligible purposes you are consid- funded. But the work cred- entitlement '
would now be the difference : BE MADEIN
for benefits with as ered.disabled if you have a its remain on your record; between and REPAIRS.MUST, ;
$12.500 the
I little an IVi yearn of cov- severe physical or mental and if you take another job amount used on prior G.I. OUR SHOP AT THE PRESCRIBED INTERVALS OUTLINED IN YOUR

ered work depending on condition which keeps you covered by social security loans, according to Vaughn. OWNERS MANUAL. THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE TOWING, ACCIDENT

when they become disabled," from doing any kind of sub- you'll continue to build your Vaughn also called attention DAMAGE OR DAMAGE BY,MISUSE OR MODIFICATION.

the spokesman Maid.. "A stantial work and which is social security protection. to reductions in interest -
(This offer rood I 5,1972 thru August 31,1972))
worker between 24 and 31 expected to 'last a year or rates under the GI Iromtuly,

;:::;z;; needs credit for having longer. loan program. The rate has ANOTHER: ; FIRST FROM.MILLERBROWN :
been reduced three times .

Walks on Water since December 1970 and
now stands at seven per cent.
FLORIDA To Pass Course As a result of the latest MOTORS INC.
.a-
.
Would walk waterin reduction payments on a .. ,
THIS WEEK you on
WILDLIFE typical loan would be about
order to a in ."a
pass course VOLKSWAGEN DIVISION
$21 per month less than they
ONLY engineering graphics: ? Well
were before the rate
"NYTORO j COMMENTS ON THE OUTDOORSby Penn State freshmen were reduced from the peak was 8.5 4222 NW 13th Stre,*V Gainesville 376-4551

given the assignment and suc- per cent in December 1970.

ceeded. For further information
MOWER1 The shoe materials Included veterans should contact the -

Dr. O.E. Fryc Jr.. aluminum Styrofoam cork. nearest VA office or their Don't Kick
IN STOCK Director and plywood. Each pair of local service organization The Safety Habit!

shoes was equipped with stabilizing representative.
GAME AND FRESH WATER
FISH
COMMISSION "
fins on the "soles.
.
10% JfF- t i w ? e...... II VThe pontoon-like shoes aver- CSTASUSfllO 104 ,. .. t .. -.. .,1nlnNl I

.. .. oC a Mpe 4meiitel.v9h tafcelr with .I "g"agpd ap4lroxialatelyfaleltap{ I fHhartjp. a .lli '

r.. ""I "" I l lea4 J fthof. poisoning/,imf f..iron shot which: does not in length and were' strong ..'... ............ .....n. 0 0 T'OFPAND'. ,
'1 ... \ "waterfowl Is not new. y ,f"cause some shotgun'barrel 'enou<
MICR. PEAT As early as the mid-1940's. damage has been developedto weighing more than 150 Ibs. X

,a major producer of sporting date. Work is continuingwith The final exam featured a Wl GUARANTtl'SATISFACTION
ammunition addressed its protective shot wrap- race among the representatives I I'
50 lb. I Reg. I.K9 p' L A t
research and development pers, various propellantsand of the research teams. irr 5,000 BTU's.'f
staff to a study of the wadding systems. The winner turned out to be : I o Quick Mount 'KI :.. "',;...---.::- .

1.27 1 problem with an eye towardits At the present stage of Thomas E. Morck of Glen I I'1Tn e 8 Petition Therm. fl. ': 'i
.
possible solution of a\ experimentation, iron shot 2 Speed fan I / "
Rock N. J. A freshman engineering I '
suitable substitute for lead which would reduce the J SAVE $20..00 J j
pellets in shotshells. This incidence of shotgun barrel major he walked 14 CU. FT. I. :-

COW research program sought to damage may well decreasethe forty yards in in the Univeraity'a a ALL FROSTLESS $129 'II l /-
pool twoandonehalf -
'I define the physical and ballistic efficiency of tie
ballistic properties of surh a shotshell for water minutes.A il. REFRIGERATOR Regular Price' $1499) -.,. .. r. 19 AC

MANURE various materials other than fowl hunting. Thus the ap- thorough written report '" 8,000 BTU'sb"
lead and to identify the parent solution of one and complete engineeringdrawings : ( friacrator. A 102 Ibt. ftmmtmt NtvvrN
*d oehe.un.
Stcrlizcd Heed Fret practicability of each in the problem could result in the of the shoes were Twin Porcelain Critpers A Reg$199.95 .
SAVE ;$20; 00
manufacture of non-toxic creation of another. Less required. Prof. Hugh F, 'a Rvfrlgirrator Available in Interior Whit*, Copper rA.ocodojt 1 LIBERAL Cut To $179.95

!40lb.-1.57j shot pellets. efficient shotshells. with Rogers said students found Harv.t)' Gold No iNtra Crtarg* forColor TRADE-IN BTU's $26995
15,000
increase in the crippling loss that"engineering can be fun."

"j Materials under study of waterfowl. ..,. ., ., $..., bi ALLOWANCE
included gold, silver,copper Ir.eVInAllowance

pure iron, iron peening and "Old World Fig Sticks"There up lo 4000 n l (ir Y.., Old' ...
zinc. Results of these .'..zero. T.od.'nMOl" '
research efforts 1 In always room for another cookie recipe in your file be L... Than
pointed up of itiHidtm pitperinlly if II combine iimpUclty. economy and $25995 10 Y.a.. Old and
the fact that gold proved to nutrition with prmon crowd pleating last*. "Old World Flf ''n A"p'abl.J r.OSCI .
\ .
be the most nearly Stick, with honey and a generoua amount of sweat chewy WITH TftAOf )) ark s. Gondnon.
iltAfffr i\ California Dried' FIRS la JuM such a cookie K..p the recipe I 2IAC
ballistically perfect substitute '
hundy you'll want to mnke them frequently.F
for lead shot. Obviously --- 10,000 BTU's

the cost factor ruled 1 ----J f Unbr.olablele.en"
out use of this material In Cab.Itr .
shotshell manufacture.In Quick Mount
KIllS ALL THE tUGS ELECTRIC RANGE 2p..dPan
/*,.ITV/r: "Oftft Mft*.4l the mid-1960s the U.S. r n.til) SAVE $10.00

KIM oty p tt*t ff* Bureau of Sport Fisheriesand l 4 -- ADI.Si.. Only JO" W n 12 CU. FT.REFRIGERATOR. $
Wildlife Joined membersof AJf t1 While. A_e. Horrail, 39
No I ulr. far Color/
sporting ammunition A.gulel
industry In a contract to finda fL.III $149.95
D./re" Section'
Aua MiTfrig
; 95
'wet practical substitute for $149MAI 86 Ibt. rue Dr IVIN Llts ... .
lead When .1" I IWhlt nt rior All Porcelain
shot. the term
WI' 'IIADI ., tvocodo. Harvatt Gold
completed its studies In 1969 .,. Na Imo Chg. for Color
FOGGER"art 1 1r it was determined that iron f1I '
A. 9219 93
i 9
was the most feasible sub- Trod.In
I..MI 0..d e. stitute for lead and com ? O n AMo_on.. up ffo 4000
IwgMON.w. .
firmed earlier findings. i Ask About
1 A..Ml $
a cgid Ann. TICK* However shotguns used DELUXE 1999vl
PUA. ftvew Morua, by waterfowlers were I LoneWAaiiIaW
> /at.ml. acoaeiONtReK. ELECTRIC RANGE 04M T me
developed for lead, not Iron /

..-. Wes.. ,e shot systems. Extensive 1 cup chopped California a sap sifted Hour J (.tight' ")
Dried Fte.a 1 Aula Timed O onOven IIIIIIIIII
testing has revealed two teaspoon cinnamon Timing Ink
major problems which have I cap honey I a lampoon nutmeg Infinite, Heal Surface c_.....
J taoleapooni lemon Juke I. leaipoon finger Wh''... Capon end Hanoi Gold HOME LAUNDRY
not been completely I teaspoon lemon peel 1 I. teaapoon baking soda N. Intro for Color
1.98HOW resolved: *4 rup firmly .packed brown I. teaapoon aaltcup ,- .

I. Damage to shotgun I 'I*aura 't powdered lemon' avgarlableapoon Juice.. $1 199 FAMILY SIZEAUTOMATIC -
barrel, such as choke ? If M
Combine California Dried NO EXTRA
1.77 Fit honey 3: tablespoons lemon 0 a45e WASHER
deformation barrel Juice, peel., and bring lo boll. Cool slightly; stir In brown sugar WITH SCADS CHARGE
scratching and possible and egg Sift dry ingredients except" powdered auger. Into (Illghl)
medium bowl l.: gradually stir In honey mixture Spread Into T-t FOR COLORS o All P orcelobio
forcing cone fatigue. 1P.-Inch created baking pan. Bake at 350 P. for 30 mlnutea. 3 Wotor n..
ReK. 3.98 2. Possible substantial Mix powdered pupa and lemon juice Drizzle over top of baked -Hu-tp.crl.n.t. : FREEZERS 3 Crete*
... .
Increase: In crippling loss of Fig snrka Cut into narrow atripi :Makes about 24. H. ...
waterfowl with the use of California Dried Flga. In addition to "being downright dellcloua f $19995fREEZER
eaten out of hand are a.oily used In \ariety of meal planning 12 CU. FT. N .
1 Iron shot. Ideaa. To And out how aend lOc to California, Dried Fig Ad IVIN IIS1 WITH TRAM
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q aII h Jennings. SCarl1 la announcing. Starling said raga...s three gnnddat MBS* ,;t Starling formerly: operated'a I
as cam- farm, and. .
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announced now labusinessas
yesterday a that if elected be will be available He Is the son oflL.E.and. .
-
didate. for Sheriff of Bradford to serve all the chased Pearl Thomas Sterling and a heavy equipment contract I
Aak County; In the September primaries the county; fairly and Impai the brother of Morris: Starling -or. Jfe.. a member of the
an office he sought In hilly at all times. "I wUl be all of Graham. Graham Baptist Church. '
the 1960 and. 1964 primaries.Apartments (la
full time Sheriff., be said,
Charlq "and trot cater. to any select

E. \.'; ',. CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF "FLORIDA;
'r ....1Irw.wu born two miles BANK AT STARKE OF STARKE IN THE STATE OF '
1,1Abost (From Peg 1)) t south of Brooker In Alachua: FLORIDA AMD DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES AT THE CLOSE

Joima This matter was heard earlyIn ''r stir: Counter, and has lived at Graham OF BUSINESSuON JUNE 30,. 1972 ..
tor the past 28 :years. He
the meeting when Pat Far-
Y1ds 4ea, .ms: nsworth, saying he represented> Is a high school graduate, and ASSETS

"Personal Mrs. Thelma Lewis property also graduated from the Florida Cash and due from banks . .I. .:. . . .! ,,311,6)4.93;
liability insurbe Arthur Gasklns, second from left, I I. congratulated by owner objected to the proposed +sY,trFTh School Highway Patrol Training U.S. Treasury Securities r.'.T.. . . . 1.813J10.24.
has always covered George Hugglni upon losing elected president of the moving of a mobile home onto serving over two years Obligation of other U.S. Government agencies ..
bodily; Injuries Inflicted on 1972.73 Bradford Fair Association. Lot 3 of Block B on Church with the Patrol before returning. and corporations . . . . ?.. ...-.1.244,42)174Obligations .
other Street. to his farm at Graham. of States and political subdivisions .
Including -sickness 558.680.63
.
disease. and dl.ablllt .. PO Gaskin Other officer are (|I.r): General Manager John My.,., Farnsworth said that L.G. "With my training on the Patrol Other securities .' . . . ... . 6l4,212i 3
court Vic-Pr*.idanr George Huggint, Secretary Betty Dall owner of the property; I feel that I am eapabis: Other Loan .2981,547.13|
awards now also extend Edwards Treasurer John Bradley and Executive Secretary did not have a sufficient num- and qualified to serve the pu Bank premises, furniture and! fixtures, and :
tos mental anguish, Lillian Parson.Lawtey. ber signatures from property bile In this law enforcement other assets representing Sank premises . . i 237,391.f)4)
shock, and mental In fury owners In the area agreeing office," he said. Other assets . . . . . . ,' 88008.83
an<4.< does the Charley E. to allow the mobile home on the Starling Is TOT"',ASSETS . . . . : 9869111.94
Jennings Starling married to the
John Agency have 'excess Man lot. two-thirds The ordinance of the property requiresthat former Merle Odom of Branford LIABILITIES(
liability' Insurance In and they have three child-
cover owners, representing at least Demand deposits of individuals partnerships. .
such added rls....."" one-half of the property within 8 Races and corporations .. . . . . . 3391886.79
E. To Head FairLawtey 200 feet of the proposed mobile House BurnsFrom Time and suvinss deposits of individuals. j
Charley home must agree before a per- partnerships, and corporations ? . . 0 3213861.78
mit Is Issued.Famsworth. (From Page I 1)) ( Page I 1)) Deposits of United States Government . . 41.066.J1
JOHNS AGENCY Poultry man Arthur County Fair Association, succeeding also said that .. Deposits of States and political subdivisions -'. . 1531101.29
Cdsklns has been named 1973 Jack Ilazen. some of the property; owners .Norman, 41, says he plansto the burn. Certified and officer' checks etc. . . . "12.370.32
left stove
131 So. Walnut St. president of the Bradford Officers nominated for 1972- who originally signed the agreement quality next Tuesday. He have gas TOTAL DEPOSITS . .I. ..; 8220286.89
Phone 984-8070 73 and unanimously approvedat now wish to withdraw Is Just recovered from a heart ing. Green listed this as (a) Total demand deposits . 4,426,749.19\
the annual meeting of (he FA their names. attack. Norman ran In 1964 cause of the Ore. (b) Total. rime and saving deposits ..3,793,337.70Other :
on Monday July 17, at the Attorney Pierce advised the in a race with Sheriff Reddish The ThomtoncI "everything" liabilities . . . . . . .'. 219323.27
county ag building were Gashing Council: that the matter should Jennings Starling and and anyone wishing to TOTAL LIABILITIES . . . . . 8.W.61Q.(
Vice: -President George be held up until Dall presents former deputy WillardWil- contribute clothing household >
STOP i:4STARKE Iluggins, Secretary Betty Edwards proof that he has signaturesof liams. articles or money may leave
: donations at the Red Cross RESERVES ON LOANS
AND
< Treasurer John Bradley two-thirds of the required A two-way race for the of- SECURITIESReserve
General Manager John lice of.uperilltendentohchool. office (Civil Defense building),
Myers and Executive Secre- property A motion owners.Wigging by Councilman is set between Incumbent Supt. the Neighborhood Service Center .- for bad debt losses on loan . . . .23,339.1
tary Lillian Pearson. was approved to rescind Tom Casey 46, and Jim Temple or with Mrs. Thornton's TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS.AND. ,SECURITIES . ..23.339.1
the Council's previous action 43. Brooker, a former mother Mrs. Rosle Sumner,
Reports were made by Trea- allowing the mobUe home, Bradford teacher and principal 633- W. Pratt- St,- I CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
surer T.C. Hazen, Jr./Jeneral and refer the matter to the. and now a principal InAlachua -
Manager John Myers, and War- Board of County's Buchholz High Equity: capital total.1,401,942.61'
BAIT AND TACKLE ren Carver acting chairman pointed Adjustment.ne out that the $800- School. Casey Is basing his Common stock-total par value . . . . .300.00Q.OpNo. )
of the nominating Committee 000 project would mean about race on the accomplishmentsof We. ( shares authorized 12.000))

In the absence of David Smith. $14,000 In taxes to the county the school system during his Surplus(No. .shares. .outstanding'. . 12,000). ). ., .,. . . 725000.00
West On 101)) By Minii Market 1973 Fair dates have been set annually and around $5,500 to two terms. Temple says he Undivided profits . . . . . . 190021.15
for April 47.Improvements. the city.; will center his effort to Improve .
for contingencies and other capital reserves
Reserve I8H.92I.4
IS NOW IINDKR to be made to from Torode's the board action leaves In resigning the apartment curriculum(the school development.system around Repair TOTAL' CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . . .'. i j. .'.1,403,942.6TOTAL

the fair before complex 1973 on Fair US .301 will soiling matter In a AU other county; offices are CAPITAL LIABILITIES ACCOUNTS.RESERVES.i . .'.AND. . . 9,869,111 I .'). .
north the
confused state at the present up for grabs this year but none
New Management be an extension of the livestock time. The board is now of the other officers have qualified MEMORANDAt
H barn of 60 by 24 feet which without a chairman to call a yet. They Include Clerk TYPEWRITERS!
will be used for poultry exhibits meeting and there Is no vice Gib Brown Tax Collector J. Average of total. deposits for the 15 calendar days ,
.. ..' .. and a paved elghtfoolwalk chairman. The remaining four R. Kelly Tax Assessor Gene ending with call date. . '.' ... I. . 1R,3'SMOO.OC
way in the midway area about members are: Mre.Marguerite Long and Supervisor of Registration ADDING Average of total loans for the 13 calendar days :
EARTH WORMS WIGGLERS which the various rides and con- Hall} secretary; A.J. Thomas, Neva Flynn. I ending with call date .2)85,900.0ti ;
cessions will be set up. Sr. uunan Green, and S.G.Den- All three county commission i I.I Ruth S. Johns, Assistant dastuerV the above-named bunk do
SHINERS AND MINNOWS mark. Green, however, had Incumbents have qualified for : solemnly) swear that. this report of 'Condition is true and correct.: to
The Bradford-Union Cattlemen's Indicated he might resign sincehe re-election. They are the veterans MACHINES : the best of my knowledge and bdi"' .'
Association will sponsora Is now employed out of Dave Shuford Group 1, Correct: Attest; Ruth S. Johns; ,., '
sale for the 1973 fair '
steer '
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FISHING TACKLE town. 'II' '
which will be an added attract- The Thursday, meeting had Lawtey and Zedra Hamilton. Bradford J. E. TOMI.INSON '
both of whom
ion for the increasingly popu- Group, Brooher S. L. PEEK: Jr.
.been originally called by Chair-
are completing their second C. K.: : Directors
ALSO lar county fair Vice-Chairman man Tucker to deal with a term plus Ralph Bryan Group County HKRNV'ALL
George Huggins reported. mobile home matter on 3. Starke, completing his first j Stntc of florid. County of llmdford, ssl'
Fresh Fruit And church street. term. Telegraph' Sworn to and subscribed before me this 11th day of July 1972
Vegetables Elected to serve as execu-
Only Hamilton has drawn j -- and I hereby certify that I nm noc an officer or director of thin. bank
Boiled Peanuts tive directors for the 1972-73 competition so farfrom Russell My commission expires I Dec. 13, 1972 J. R. Kelly Notary. Public j
Fair Association were: Bobby -
Allen Mac Baldwin, Warren Green another Brookerman - '- -- - -
served four - - - .
who has yearson -
vs t-- ...
Carver. T.C. Hazen. Jr.. Paul pNGArfsr -r:
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(m) ,.N FR: the board. Green and '
Hutchins: Linda Lawson, Martha Co'I' I .
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I' Hamilton have competed J*- .
Sue MaCain David Smith ..
,. the last three. ,
each of races
f Smith Dave Shuford,
Elwood Padgett Harvey Green winning the first and
Allen Tarleton, Bobby Taylor, ,( Hamilton the last two.
Frank Williams Jack Hazen, "-" .. d_ nn ." I'_... No competition has developed I ..
and J 1m Lawson. ,
so far for eltlierof the two SHE SENT BACKs
.- school board seats. Biggest
Is Board .
development there

Member Charles Tuesday Sawyer's night they announcement I 'tHE RII-(; <

will not seek re-election. I
Sawyer has propane gas businesses ...
in Jacksonville and I WITHOUT THEDIAMOND
Starke plus other business Interests -
which he says make It j
r Impossible for him to serve > w. ?

again.' .
I the
appreciate opportunitythe ;
people have given me to .
t iJ serve," Sawyer said. ,
The Group 4 school board
,. \ seat Is open, therefore and
two names are being circulated "', ; ,
those of Ben Moxloy Starke
a DuPbnt engineer and Art io- f'I'
Holiday, Stark, who served j
one term on the school board "
r and was beaten by Sawyer four j
years ago.
All three county; judge aspirants j
have qualified to run, i
Including Attorney Elzle San- j
ders who Tuesday said he mail-
1972 ed his papers to the Secretary 'j One Thing That Won't Prove FickleIs
EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1
of State in Tallahassee. Ag
> Teacher Paul Hutchins, 46, for
A Account At
19 years a teacher at I Bradford Savings

The Bradford County Volunteer Fire Dept. Will High Carl School Hurst,, and 45, Starke had yiaiify Mayor

last week for die $24,000 per FIRST FEDERALYour -

No Longer Be Able To Furnish Fire Protection To year under county;Job revised to the switched circuit Article from court 5 of level the the j

new Florida Constitution. Deposits Are Insured To $20,000 :

The Citizens Of Bradford County. There for Is the also new a District threewayrace 25

In House that of are Representatives Frank Williams seat. Open Your Savings Account Now And

Due. To Lack Of Financial From The former Bradford civil defense
Support director; Orange Park Attorney Build Security And Peace Of Mind.
Bill Hester and BUI Lockhart

Majority Of The People And No Support From to of Sen.St. Bob Augustine Saunders.former aide

Two new circuit Judge

The Government This Will Be positions were created by the Savings In First
County Dept. revised Article 5 for the Eighth Deposited
Judicial District, making a
Forced To Close Its Doors. total of live Judges. All three
Federal
Incumbents: Judges John A.H. Earn From 5-6%
Murphree, Gainesville; GeorgeS.
Fatten Starke, and. John Per Annum .

IF YOU WISH TO EXPRESS YOUR OPINION Crews the Three Group, G.l attorneys 4 e.vUle.clrcuttldp'are seeking seat With Earnings Companded Quarterly .


ON THIS MATTER CALL YOUR COUNTY County; are Judge current Theron Bradford A. Yawn Passbook: And Certificate SavingsIn

of Stsrke. Attorney Herbert' T.
Schwartz of Gainesville a former By The 10th Earn From The Tat
.
deputy; state. attorney general
COMMISSIONER and. Attorney A.Z. (Andy)
AdUns of Gainesville. We Pay State Intangible Tax On Savings I Invested Here.
Seeking the Group 5 circuitJirtgeshto : :
V':; .. are Attorney R.A.CBuxzy .

Board Of Directors a Starke) Green native of and Gainesville public defender ri 0.Ns". airy raY. -HIM -4......J,...
for the Eighth Circuit ..I H.Y f .... M *.,...
And Members Of tor the past nine years, and. C.0e4 Ie...., .
Attorney James L. Tomilnsonof .
Gainesville. FIRSTFEDERALIIiJjJrqRiijjLllhIJJ1i. ;

The Bradford Co. Vol. .
!! Savings and Loan Association ol Stark I,

Fire Dept HIIhrl Bar.. mad* s : .. ....... rtwY.
t graceful eoHMMfon of dafs.f .
let 1M kind *f wa ttal mart TV/fou e Soring" l,... as otetai4sMV-00 -.
barn with praette pamful I
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Vol.'J 93 No. 51 Telegraph Section B July 20, 1972' KH aIndians To Face Bishop


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Starke Baseballers Fairly Tough ScheduleKeystone PublicLinks




Bobby Ilalnes might move Bobby Hurner, a senior, will about the same people as on
gridders from the guard spot to halfback be at the quarterback position the offense with the exceptionof
4-3 DecisionIn will face a fairly according to Bayless. and will be backed by Junior one or two people.Key.tone's Slarke's Blab Bishop placed In

Drop tough schedule,, next Larry Turknett and Larry Robin Henderson. 8-Jamborle-Ma-schedule Is: 9ih out of 150 contender TournamentIn
SchefOeld are the halfbacks so Tim CoeUman will be the September the Public Links
fall according to far. They are tyilck to the out- starter at the fullback spot yo; September 15St.. Joe- Indianapolis, Indiana, last
Head Football Coach side and are strong enough to for the Indians. Home; September 22- Bran- Thursday through Saturday.
Extra move to the Inside. The defense will consist of ford-away; September 29- Bishop's scores were 74 first
Innings Roy Bayless. Bronson-away. day "3 second and third, and

October 6- Trentonaway; 76 the last day.
"- "Keystone has six real tough October IJTaylor(1IC( ); Oct- "It's a pretty respectable title -
"" games next season with threeat ober 20-Maranatha-home; Oct- and the course is set up like

the first of the season and ober 21- ell-home. the national and the National -
two runs when David McCutch- "We really wanted to win and open
Starke and SJiuford's 68 baseball "
some at the last said Bay- November 3Interlachen- said
amateur tournaments,
drove Allen Akridge off the kids played a hard ball
ens
team lost 4-3 to St. Augustine 'qr
November
less. home 10-Hastiiigs-
after going into' two second for a run and Ivory Jones game," said Coach Steve Bu- r ; 1 Marks Golf and Country Club
Hastings will be one of the November 17-Mayo-
away; Pro Herb Herres.
made base hit to drive Mc- shore.
a
innings extra to break the 3-3 Indians' toughest due to home.
games The course is real tight and
Cutchens In to make the score Riherd was a catcher last
tie at the end of the seventh
the fact that they have won Keystone gridders begin fall
tough and Is well trapped, according -
3-2 In Starke's favor. season for BIIS but was movedto
last Thursday. the state championship in their, practice August 15 two times
to Ilcrres.
No scoring was done in the first base where he Is doing
Charlie Green was the pitcher class for the last three years. a day with the first session Bishop Is in the final roundof
sixth but Starke had two a good Job and seems to have
for the game and was one Inning Out of the 18 footballers out, beginning at 7:30: in the mornIng the Starke Golf member
of the batters 2-for- men on base but could notman- more confidence, Coach
top hitting
im-
Bayless expects a much and the second session star championship against Hill
The David age to get a hit to turn then Into Bushore says.
McCutehens.
4. same as -
runs. David McCutehens is doinga proved line over last year. ting at 5 p.m.Ricks. Adams. Adams was unable to

Other leading hitters were In the last regulation inning good Job of motivating our was Last 4-5-1 year's and season Bayless record also play Sunday due to injuries.

Danny McKlnncy, Randy Gas- Gaskins made an error by dropping team and Is hitting the ball feels that his backfield will Hi shop qualified second In
Jacksonville making him eligible -
the ball In right field to well. lie should help the var-
kins, Ivory Jones, Allen Ak- be in real good shape. The
to Indiana. topthree
tie the game up and move into sity baseball team next year, to go
ridge, and Carl Kiherd all hit- stated Bushore. Steve Byrd will be playingat LennonTo placers were able to go.
ting l-for-4. overtime. the center position with Ricky -
Hill Adams plated fourth at
tinny McKinney pitched the Moving into the ninth inning Eddie Hazen never pitched Davis and Todd Brannon at
first two innings of the game Starke had two men on base year, but is doing a good job the tackle spots on offense. snnville.
but hurt his hip while sliding with no outs but hit into a this summer. With work Eddie Bobby Grayson will be the Enter three out
and then the next should be of the toppltcheraIn Bishop has qualified
double play one
into home base in the second starter at the tight end posi
Jacksonville
Inning.In batter hit an out giving SA a the conference, said Bushore of five years in ,
tion. Grayson Is 6-3 and
rapidly -
OlympicsLevy and played, in dIe national tournament -
the first Inning of play chance at the/ Scoreboard.In McKinney hasn't played In two growing. Coach Bayless
the bottom of' the ninth and will also be a fine three limes.
years
Starke scored first when Dan- him
be 6-4
expects to or 6-5 The 1 club will host It's annual
McKInney drove handy Gas- Green walked an SA man givIng pitcher next year. by the
ny time of their first game. and Jlnuny meeting of the board of directors -
kins In for Hut St. Augustine him a chance to steal se- Starke should really be con- Lennon
a run. John Maxfleld, with his good working out 22 at 7
been set for July
tenders in the conference next Kicks have
came back and turnedin cond. Then McKinney over
speed, will start at the split
ball to first baseman for the last two p.m. Members who plan to attend -
two runs. threw the year. end position, according to Bay- every day
In the second, third,and fourth Carl Itlherd moving the SA man "The boys appreciate the two less. weeks preparing for the ,All are asked to call the for club the

innings no scoring was done to third base. Then the next sponsors who purchased the Larry Knepper will be at Southeastern Junior Olympics house for reservations chicken dinner.
by either team. batter slashed a base hit givIng Jerseys, Starke and Shuford's right guard but the left guard in Miami Saturday. Bar-H-Que
Then in the fifth Starke got SA the needed point. 66," the coach states. position has not yet been filled. Lennon grabbed first and
second places at Slate In Win-

ter I'ark in three events while Tiny; Tot:;
Kicks placed first In dIe high
:
Jump, leaping 6 feet.
Kicks has leaped 6-2 during
Civitans Still UndefeatedIn '
die regular season meets but (,0 7'0 ..00
This boy toket cor.full) aim at the target set up at has not done It at a junior,

the Recreation Departments Summer Playground Program olympics meet tills summer.
Pratt Street. Lennon, will go to Miami to since dry weather was around
on compete In the 100 yard dashin most of last week the children
Junior Boys LeaguePlay which he placed second at who attended tiny tots enjoyed

state, the 220 in which he came must of the week outside play
in first with a time of 22.9 ing on the play ground.

Cunningham seconds, and in the 440 yard
.'Iho Clvltans, sporting a. 11- and then they defeated For- this Thursday and Friday dash in which he placed second. After so much wet weather
0 record, won a pair of games syth, 13-6. BI collected 12 base nights, and the schedule Is as S. Lennon and Hicks were the the children were very happyto
in last week's junior boys soft- hits as Arthur Masters, Glenn follows: Thur. July 20, For- The man at the next ',desk Title only contestants from Urad- get outside
fal.Jeague} play as they downed JVettled,'. Kandall .Thomasand ''byth.'vs"1randltlE Iron,''7, p.m-'.. ,.*a#". .(hal. -.making "tI,-/hit -.. .* W:1ns.I.Men's.: ford County' In tile slate meet
Mr. Otto's-Jaycoes'' ,' 11.5/ and Jack Grlffls had two hits each; mind on a presidential candi In Winter Park. The boys learned some of
{I squeezed by 1'orsyUi Plumbing, Forsyth Plumbing had nine hits Mr.' Otto-Jaycees vs Civitan, dale hit tint step' it to1/ -, "Except:; for dIe cramps In the fundamentals of kick bull
4-3. and Mlko Osteen had three of 8:30 p.m. Frl. July 21, Clvl- mutate anybody/ who suggest In the best two-of-three serIes runs. Cunningham had 12 extra my right leg I think Kicks and this seems to be their
1'orsyUi is the only team to them. Don Wheeler helped with lau according to head Foot- any new /federal& bureau of any to determine the League base hits as compared to and I have a pretty good chanceto favorite outside activity. Of
come close to beating the CI- two hits. ball Coach Roy Bayless. kind. Championship, CunninghamGulf three for the Hippies. place first and I am almost course dIe girls enjoy swing-
vltans this season. The final games of the sea- swept a double-header Although this series ended sure we will be in the ing and playing on the play-
Mr. Otto's-Jaycees outhlt Civitans. son are being played tills week tan vs BI, 7:00.: Clvltan vs For- from Graudon's Refrigeration regular season play, Cunningham top three placers," said Len- ground equipment.

13-11. but' couldn't''get and the_boys will be elay'lag syth, 8:30: p.m. Hippies, 12-9, and 12-5, Wednesday and the Hippies have the non.

diem at the right lime.as'Uiey Sub-District Tournament to Except=: for some help from Highland /()() was the setting
went down 11-5. ,- t The first game saw Cunningham look forward to. This tourna- Coact! 'George taper the two for the 'I iny Tots outing I'rl-
Donnie Thomas and Joey Vakj collect 20 base hits Including ment will be held in Starke boys are working out by them- day July' 14.

kcn had a good night for1'the' .?uTR four home runs, one during the week of July 24- sejyes-\ !
I j winners as they' collected three each by Claude llardee( Ken- 30. V* v* The children were amazed
hits e"Ich.James Akrldge helpedout neth Carlton Fred Wheeler h' i; \ at dIe animals especially tho
with, two hits '.'. 'U and Ricky Bennett The Hippies //4"-t.. ') deer and monkeys. There were
David Gaines, Paul Canova, had 13 hits with two home Questjions ru.\ many different kinds of animals -
and Tommy Reddish :had two runs, one by BUI Adams and I\\ q\ I Unit trio children had never -
hits each for the losers. the other by Gene Melvin :;: ::;:janci: \ .... been before.
Cunningham started the scoring ..... .. <:
I-'orsyth Plumbing die Answers .. ...
gave -. ...( J.1..1 ./" _
Civitans! their biggest scareof with three runs in the first .. .. After spending an hour anda
dIe as Civitans had to inning, three in the third, two ... half at the then
year .'br, t ray. .lit lii'lp" :zoo: we wentto
in the fifth and four In the
,
hold off in the late Innings '
I'orsyUi va"r'iaaup.lrr.. nilli llii'ir Wainwright Park for a plc-
sixth. The Hippies got two runs .
to win 43. ? nic.
Forsytli committed five errors j, in the first five In the third, l""or"rk-,. .' .. I. tint .la:

all coming with men on (the only time the>' led), one
base and costing three of the in the sixth, and one in the
Civitan runs. e" aaraMt seventh. Q. ..m. 19-year-old student

1'orsjUi outhil Chitons 10- 11-i Gordon Beal had a perfect getting social! security benefits.
7. Keith Kelley led dIe winners game at the plate as he col- Since Urn not sure whether III
at die lected four hits in four trips in school I.
: plate going two stay after this year,
to help lead his team to the
for three. Steve
Algieres and bow should I complete the stu I
Ted Curtis had two hits each victory. Claude Hardee, Ken- dent reporting card I in the ,
for Forsyth. I L neth Carlton. Fred heeler, let
mall?
The Branding Iron pickedup ." and Ricky Bennett each had

two wins as O-J I forfeited t a rb three hits. A. Indicate on the report t, v 3 3M
a s The second and final game that you will not attend school

: _. found Cunningham easing up next year. This will prevent any ,
on their but still coasted -
power possible to
Junior GolfersTournament Joyce Otto Junior Softball team player takes a mighty! swing at the bat and hits the ball Jo win 12.5.Cunningham. If you decide overpayment to return you.to ''t

for a hit just one home school: get in touch: with any

run, a blast by Claude Har- social security office: as soon as
Now Under:Wav* hit.Men's dee In the second Inning, while you know you will start attending .
.
Sub-District Play rapping out 14 base hits. The full time again.
!Matches in dIe !North Central Hippies were never In the game
Florida Junior Golf program as they managed Just nine hits, Q. I.m. college student gel-

were played, Monday','July"10, scoring two runs in the first, ting monthly social! security
at Reynolds Park Golf Club In Here one In the second, and two in checks. Since I've already told ,
Green Cove Springs under adverse Begins Friday NightMen's the sixth. Cunningham scored social security I would be In

weather conditions.. four in the first, three In the college until 1973, why do I Lonti' Lowery (left) and Lone Lowery (right) display

Tied In the 8-and 9-year-old second two In the fifth, and nave to fill out and send in a their .uduco": trophy. Both boy are from Keystone,

group were Barry Thomas and Church League Association \ Monday night, July 24. play Starke's Green :Machlne.at Fred Wheeler went four- student reporting card

Joey Herres, of Starke. with and the Men's Open Three games a night are set 8:15: and the Floridians of SA for-four giving him a night's A. Students sometimes haveto Melrose ISrotliers Place
a.score of 19 for three holes. Slow Pitch Sub- District playoffs for the tournament. That night. will play Gainesville Tate at total of seven-for-elght change their plans. The End
will start here Frldaj night On the first night at 7 p.m. 9:30: ending the night. Kenneth Carlton was three of the School Year Report veri- t'In
Other winners were: 10-11 and run through next: week! at Haro's of SA will play, Palat- Beginning the third night of for four. ties a student's current enroll- High Judo lompetition;

year old Group, Billy Tuten, \\estside Park. Merchants: in the second the tournej at 7 p.m. Durden The two game series saw ment status and his
Palatka, 46 for 9 holes; 12-13 The :Men's church league game Graudons Hippies playD of Palatka will play, Galnes-' Cunningham score 24 runs on 94 intent attend school continuing Lantt and Lane Lowery, sons the parents of all the Juducos.
to
year old group, Keith KIrker, tourney is separate from the and H of Gainesville, in the ville's Dubs. Then at 8:15: hits Including five home runs full time. of :Mr.( and :Mrs Lavon Loweryof Un July 14 the Florida AAU
Green Cove, 48 for 9 holes. Men's SubDistrict.The third game Lake City; Merchantsplay Macclenny Mustangs play The Hippies scored 14 runs Q. I will graduate from high Keystone Heights, have been Junior Olympics Judo( tournament
Girls group Claire Tuner, Church League starts Lees of Augustine at Hitchcock's of Alachua in the on 22 hits with Just two home school this June and I won't be members of Ute Melrose Judo was held at the Orange
Starke, 55 for 9 holes.' Friday night at 7 p.m. start- 9:30.: second game of the night. going back to school In the fall. Club for the past 13 months. Mr. Park High School, with ten
Ing with Parkview Baptist of Starting the second night Cun Lake City; S and S will play, My 18th birthday bin August Lowery 1 Is also a member and winners of awards and trophies
Fourteen and 15-year-old Lake City;) \s. St. Ambrose ningham's Gulf of Kej stone will the winner of the first game WW holds th< rank of Royku, whichis being from the Keystone-Mel
group. Chuck Water, 1 Green of St. Augustine in die open- play, Palatka Merchants at 7 Haro's and Palatka, ending My Neighbors my monthly social security the second degree In Senior rose area.
.
Cove 74 for 18 holes. He cbecks when I
Ing game. p.m., Bobby's Hide-A-Vt ay will that night of play, stop graduate In rank
was also low man for the day.In Jane
The second game is at 8:15: George Bass, Sensl(Instruct They were: Lane Lowery
the girls group,i Beverly A, No. You ,
will
with the First Church of :Na- gel your
Davis, Green Cove, had a'43 R or) encourages the smaller boysto 1st place in the 6-year-old-
tor9!) holes. serene' of Lake City;) versus Rec. Summer ProgramLive last social security check: : on lead the class in warmupexercises group; Robert 'Suits, Key
Wesley :Methodist in Gainesville August 3 for the month of and to referee In stone, 2nd place; Mary McDonald

Sixteen and l1-year-oldgroup With Events July. You do not have to bea club matches. "Judo( teaches Melrose, 2nd place,
In the Churchof
Bobby Hayes, Keystone, had a Nazeren third in game SA plays the Rldge- full-time student to receive self discipline, self confidence, heavyweight; and Jackie Roland
checks if under 18. and leadership Bass says. Keystone, 3rd place,
score of 77 for 18 holes, i velw Baptist of Gainesville at 2- you are
Schedule for the next four 9:30 Many special events have been Th. next Friday, summer However, for your checks: to Six-year-old Lane has lightweight, in the girls dl-
weeks play is as follows' :The p.m.fourth of the night held in the lastfew weeks duringthe program participants went on a continue after 18, you would received 'one third-place trophy vision. Eddie McDonald,

July 17. -- West End Golf Club. will be against game the First Baptist summer program.A a tuning and cook-out trip. l."For l. have to be enrolled as a full- two second places, and one Melrose 1st place In 10yearold
first place in the past few
Scott
Gainesville, 9 a.m. Church in Gainesville and After fishing for a couple of time student. group Bass 1st
July 24-- wuiiston Golf the winner of the first game.. Field Day was held July 7. noun, everyone ate hot clop months. Lantt,8years old,was place In the 15-year-old lightweight -
given the Sunset Award for outstanding
Course, 9 a.m. Play will resume Saturdayat Ribbons were given to the lit, cooked over a fire. Have a question about social with Ricky Schultz,
for the
,. July. 31-- Keystone Coif & noon. Finals are to be play- 2nd and 3rd place winners In This Friday, a swimming trip, eeeurlty end Ite retirement, months of achievement May and June. He Melrose coming in second.
Country Club, 9 .m. ed the following week, Friday various races, such as the sack to Strickland's Landing is plan .survivors disability or Medicare Steve Orth Melrose, won
Aug. 7- Starke Country Club or Saturday. No playing will, race, 3-legged race, water ned. PartlMpentsasreminded r..n.. eeketnolher benefits See your tele was awarded a second place third in the men's division.
which will conclude: the summer be done on Sunday. race, eta. Everyone bobbed for that they must have attended at rm .. phone directory for the phone medal in December, and on Another tournament will be
i play with awarding of trophies. ) 17 teams will compete in the apples. A softball game CU.maxud least 2 days during the week to in. you the bed possible amber and addree* of the Monday, July 17, was awardedthe held In Jacksonville next
. i I and a banquet Men's SubDistrict beglnlng the day. be eligible to go. price." nearest social. security ... Judo Boosters Award from moot:!.

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7.-3 to Memorize

'z you get social security
L snefti and earn over $1,680

4'c ., of age in.a year $1 1 In social security
: social "benefits' to withheld for very
I benefit $Z'you tarn from 1.6SO up to
petw ..: $2.880.
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f ,o Superintendent Of

Public Instruction

DEDICATED: TO BETTER
: EDUCATION: THROUGH
f PLANNING. AND COOPERATION:

QUAktriEDKXPCPIICNCCD:
: / : : : :
4> CAPABLE

: Educator Concerned: With Todays Youth

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: s.ta.tu.t,'.1 1411, ',
: bt held by .the
I / ... ', July ,,27,
ChorUs John hands :
Gulf Coach
Cunningham Lane .
Sibley th. championship trophy while teatnates hold the & : StaAkt. FtoAida, ,
: the county\tnt
PRESIDENT NIXON Invitee e e :. yeaA begtn/ttn9 .
the whole world to the The old pro Is In bad politi. '
I nation's birthday in 1976. I If cal repute. A viable slogan Summer Jobs Can 1 ,r. ,,tI. I ,.
tourists will Just bring money, might be: "Honest! 'Though
it necdn be gift-wrapped. Experienced." Social
Security
e e e "'II ,
.
..,
'
Earnings from summer jobs some cases, this work .. I
can affect the ings will affect their II''
monthly payments
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home of students and other curity benefits." : :
young people who get benefit The amount young
from social security, accordingto earn at summer or 1 : ] tl",191-Junt.. ", 30.197
STARKE social security officials here. jobs will cause a t
their .... ::1' 75.771
"Over 4 million young pea social security: "' .
PHONE !961GooKEYSTONE > | <; ple under 22 get monthly social their total earnings for : "
security payments as chil- are more than $1,680 : '
dren of retired, disabled, or ing to the onnt.l t,491.841, '
HEIGHTS deceased workers," a social: security even if they earn over : Aides '161,172' j
!1MIONK I t-tl76: : spokesman said. "Manyof they can get their : ,
them will spend the summer curity payment for any : tJ.l'UJ3S, 'DOOO ,5464''
school: vacation working. Inv in which they : .... ,

,..,... ,,,, ,, ........ .. ,.,,,,,., .... ._.. .... more than $140 nor :
t:';):...n..iV.:-: :M1S.:..:.:h.::.:.;.<.Vrrr rrr 9. :.'{}.:k:;:.---q.:.:Y.:> :.e.9.Q.O- -- : ;.:.:.:;--J.OW."".!.":.:.:<.:.:. ........;....."'.;.;revs.;...;o--r ;.. J:-.y.-; :<<9'Qh JJ :: substantial services : I
>> employment" he said. 1,613,
_ : Most young people ( 1 UODD;
c NOTICERegister 3. earn over $1,680 from ,
; ( I '. 15,000
mer vacation job, the ( I -tp,1DDO,; '70,67J
man noted. "But if

:r- To Vote At The followingCountywide II they work part can time easily during '\ : ,.tlnD'f4ODD' R ..

{r Locations ":. $1.680 during 1972" k .41,000 65,000
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HAMPTON / 1 0,000
rr : : 2,100 H2'-'OO

l.acro.s.s: Street From Christian Church fIn 'r1"m: .. \ :i ; :, ..... ,...''r .

"11.500
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HamptonThursday
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: : I''I.) *, 191,5DOI :UDDOa
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July 20 12 noon to 8 PM I : '
i Tuesday, July 25 12 noon to 8 PM 5 $ 500902
Thursday', July 27 12 noon to 8 PM '161,911 19,17'1
I Tuesday, Aug./ 1 12 noon to 8 PM

:. Thursday', Aug.3/ 12 noon to 8 PM I CV 11,015,

Tuesdj)', ,Aug. N '12 noon to 8 PM I i"' MR.BILL : ;

.1' Thursday. .\ug. 10 .12., ,noon tl8 I'M _.V" 3,541303' ;

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80111I I II I.t
I THERESSA i iI .
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I Across From Community Center buy : :

4'' ,DOO

I In Theressa ( : .",5DJ 111
<
I 2"oon end 7J .1J,3DJ JJ2,9Z4
Thursday, July 20 to 8 PM I

Tuesday), July 25 12 noon to 8 PM :} Aid 6,ODD
Z; Thursday July 27 ..,12goon! to 8 PM i See your doctor.l .'U : : ,!'"US
.. Tuesday!' Aug. 1 '12'.noon to 8 PM i 1 tell you whether. or not "US
Thursday Aug. 3 "12 noon to 8 PM a hearing aid.Oo ( J J.ODD

Tuesday) Aug./: 8 "*12 noon to 8 PM I }:: to a reputable : f.943 JI,543
Thursday', Aug. 10 ,,12 noon to 80? 2: Center.Ad Aulhorned Dealers, ae.
Ing are
yrBROOKE
; trained, and esp., fOOOD
: : phases, of testing aids.., :. "111,325
servicing hearing
/ ( t Have th. dealer test '973 '%0,000 26'.55D'
3 t Ing. Its ',..-.nd it's
City Hall, In Brooker j make pie You an'listen audiogram.' to. ) r (
picture of your hearing
.:: From this pattern we : 24,6ZS
::'< with a hearing aid to / 1973 21,250 52,175.
rect your Individual'
Saturday Jul>' 22 9 i\|lto 3 PISaturday I .I s,
J Jul 29'' 9 VM I to 3 PM I 11$ 4 L.ak.t Ing aids the-from various. ,

Saturdaj)', ,\u/l/:. 5 9 AM I to 3 PM I 11 hind models th.to Ear"the new model Nor' :. y W
Saturda)'. Aug./: 12"I to 3 PM I ," 37 different / / : 5,475
i
mania for the most
l
ting yet devised. fJ.426 21.90'

f iAWTEY s Send for more __ '
5 mation.We will be 21,000 UDOD
: S
you our booklet."The !
City Hall In Lawtey ,: of detailed Nerve Information Deafness.' on -
Norelco Hearing Aldt. 536,193

Thursday, July)' 20 1 PM lto 5 PM I ,

Tuesday.) J July' 25 1 PM I to ;5 PM I .. /Iore/co. ; ,flrtt1t., :\
Thursday, July) 27 1 PM I to 5 PM I 'i- "'. Came In new for your free .. !: !
Tuesday)', Aug./: 1 1 PM lto 5 PM I f"le, I a '
.
t. Thursday) Aug. 3 3 ,1',PM 1 to 5 PM I --------- : : : t"dUwuu"q." .! ,'/
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l# .' Tuesday Aug. 8 ) PM to 5 PM 1 : :. '1,424
f.! Thursday, Aug. I 10"" 'i'PMtoSPMMAIN 1 I 1-- i .M ,1 '

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OFFICE .., .
IwouaolM11_ : : ., U Bradford County Courthouse -------- DIr;UD 684,010
,' u GAINESVILLE if ..((1 .
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Eyeninq 2m N.w.tJtIsSr.
Thursday, Aug. 3 ,8:30. AM I to 8 PM I loI........Hupping c. !
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Saturday, Aug. 5 :: AM to 1 PM ',' If : r t4b n 1 ,
Thursday, Aug. 10"8:3fJAM: ( to 8 PM I

Saturday, Aug. 12 18:30: ) AM to 5 PM I : 191111 1.n
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Regular hours Monday thru Friday 8:30: AM to 5 PM 1971-1 ; 1f1
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For Additional Information Contact.Jeneva M. Flynn 964-5634 ,17,41173

1972- ,,<3.925.. '141,119' .

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Net WorifoOf) Average An investment

Bradford,family $14,300 OBITUARIESDonald in Your Future





County Are think How Taking they well residents Into richer oft account are) than financially B the.&orcl..cash they bracket from those from those 21.000 In about with the assets$9,000$13.000$15,000 to ranging$38,000 to to to $20,000$$12,000.$18,000,from and*' native of E.Stark Prevatt PrevattDonald and a 38 resident a l 1tt1LLR:: l [!i C li I ll! II I l? It(r rEDAN



,savings of the average local $88,000 to more than 140000. of Jacksonville for the past "Fot kiwi your tresses (t. Wine mil >>. here* tkt"
family, together with the equityin For the entire Bradford County 30 'years, died Friday. July 14 [ BAPTIST CHURCH PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
Its fame its car, personal: population on this basis after an extended Illness. He BROOKER Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- EVERGREEN BAPTIST
property furniture.. Insurance the total net worth Is approximately anda CHURCH ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL LAURA BAP'l'bl'Sunday
was a carpenter by trade Sunday School a.m.-Worship Ing Worship a.m. Pre Services -
pension reserves and other assets $62,100,000.On Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Eucharist School 9:45: am.Morning
member of Hope Baptists: \ Services- ajn. and 7 (Booster Band Young CHURCH STARKE Holy -
what Is Its net worth? the plus side Is the mar Church. ftp., Training Union 6 p.m. People, and Prayer Service), ing Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday let and 3rd Sundays, Worship U a.m. Evening
A family balance sheet,with ket value of all real estate Survivors Include his widow, -Rev.>Lacy Conway,pastor 6 p.m. Evening: Worship p.m. night Service at 6:30.: 8 and 10 a.m. Morning prayer Worship 7:30: p.m. Midweek Bible -
assets listed In one column business Interests bank deposits Mrs. Delores Prevatt; a daughter Midweek Service Wednesday Wednesday night prayer 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays at .Stu<\y. Wednesday 7:30 1I,.
and liabilities In another.;'ma.y. Jewelry, houshold furnishings Donnette; two sons, 7:30 Rev. John Strickland meeting at 7:30.: 10 am m.
p.m.
provide a pleasant surprise, clothing;, appliances, Dwaln and Darren; his mother, CHURCH OF CHRISTAT Pastor. Cecil E. Crawford Sr. Pastor Re in church Sunday.
since most people have never and other property. Mrs. Nancy Mae Prevatt; three MELROSE Lester Austin pastor.
taken stock of how much they Deducted from It to arriveat brothers, Melvin Prevatt, Keystone Schedule of Services: HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST UNITED: METHODIST
have acquired over the years. net worth are mortgages, Heights; Wlbert and Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. '(Highway 100 at Theressa) STARKE CHCRCH STARKE!
LAWTEY
Some guidance In this direction Installment debt medical bills Glenn Prevatt both of Hampton Morning Worship II a.m. EvenIng Sunday School 10 a.m. OF CHRIST Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning CONGREGATIONAL
Is available now. based bank loans and all other obll- ; four sisters Mrs. Norma Worship 7 p.m. Morning Worship II a.m. Bible School. 10 a.m.'or Worship, II; Junior and Senior HOLINESS! CHURCH
upon local: figures and upon gatons. Green, Eau Gallic; Mrs. Thelma All other evenlngs-8 p.m Training Union 6:30: p.m. ship Services, 11 a.m. and MVF groups, 6 p.m.Wednesday Sunday School 9:45 a.m.;
national studies made by, the Hampton; Mrs. Paula Hagemes Evening Worship 7:15 p.m. 6 p.m.fldweek! Service Wed- Youth Choir Rehearsal Morning Worship II a.m. Youth
Federal Reserve Board and and Mrs. Paulette McKeller Wednesday Night; PrayerServices nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible 7 p.m. Prayer Meet- Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship -
others. both of Jacksonville. Madison Street 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle Class Thursday 11 a.m. Church Ing. 7:30; Chancel Choir Re- 7 p.m.
They show as would be expected thJfP\e.! Funeral services wore held Baptist Church 23--Sunday Pacl ham, pastor. located one block west on SR h",,'\'fNll. 7:45.: Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:30
that there Is a direct at 3:30: p.m. Monday with burialin Sunday, July 16. P.m.Rev.
relationship between a ''fam \ Jacksonville Memory School, 9:45: ; :Morning wo h'P' -J.P.H. Bell, minister Rev. George L. Harper W.B. Chauncey, pastor
WML
ily's average earnings and Gardens. II; Church Training, 6:15: ; BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST
Its net worth. Those In the high Praver Circle, 7l5i; Evening Sunday School !10 a.m. Wor- PIXEHILL: CONGREGATIONALMETHODIST:; :\; FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH! S'tfYRN.MISSIONARY!
income brackets have'assets Worship, 7:30.: : CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH!
ship Service II a.m. Church Sunday Service: Sunday%) a1 J
equal to several times their by Carl ThorntonCarl Monday--Youth Choir Practice Training, 6:30: p.m. Evening Sunday School 10 a.m.Iorn! 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser-
annual Income while those with Children's Choir 7 p.m. Worship 730. Ing Worship II a.m..outh Ser- 10.43 a.m. Evening Service, 7:13: vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m.
modes Incomes have accumulated 61 of Wednesday-- Teacher's and WednesdayPrayer Meeting, vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship p.m. Youth Group Mooting,Sun- Preaching II a.m.Training UnIon -
Starke
proportionately less.. died Thornton.after extended Officer's :Meeting 6:30: ; Prayer 7:30: p.m. > 7:30: p.m. 11e\'. Tommy L. Mil- day 6:30: p.m. :3:43: p.m. Evening Worship
Applying the national"yardstick illness.Monday an :Meeting; Business :Meeting, IJev.! J.D.,Robinson Hard, pastor -J.C. Brown minister 7 p.m. Everyone welcome.
to Bradford County and 7:30. -Wilbur Dyess, PastorCIit'RCII
ardorthe Born In Bradford County on
to the earning levels In the area, Adult Choir Practice 8:30: p. FIRST ASSTMBI.Y; : OF GOD
Sept. 24, 1910 he was a retired -
the Indicated net worth of the m. GRACE BAPTIST OF GOD
employe of the Florida BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCI! Ralford Road & Weldon St.
average local family comes to State Prison and a member of Denton Sumrall, BROOKER, FLA. CHURCH, STARKE Sunday School, 10 a.m.Iorn: OF PROPHECY/ HooKER
approximately $14,300.The the Baptist Church. Pastor Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun- Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Ing Worship II. Sunday Evening Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng -
figures apply to the so- people. Surviving Is his wife, :Mrs. day School. 10 a.m. Ron Bristol ing Worship at 11. Training 7 p.m. Thursday night 7:30.: .Worship II a.m. \oung; People'
Union: C.-30: p.m. Evening Wor- -Charles Thomas Service. 6 p.m. Evangelistic ; -
called average family Lumped Beulah Green Thornton of Superintendent Training Union pastor
together are all 6:43 Lowell Di. ship 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer Service, 7 p.m. Wednesday
age groups-- Starke; two daughters, Mrs. : p.m. Douglas,
the older who have been Veterans EligibleFor Meeting 7:30.Ie\ Leon Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m.
ones, Fay Starke rector. Worship Services 11 a. ST.1.115: CATHOLIC
Gllsson and
Mrs.
adding to the assets over the + Connie Davis of Lulu;;four sons, Pensions If m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Service T, Odom Jr., pastor. CHURCH. MACCLKNNY:! Come- /and. Hobby worship Harris with,pastor us.

years as well as the younger Vernle, Clco Jimmy, and Joseph 7:30: Lavern Outlaw mii- Amp.111APTIS'l' CHURCH! Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Hob-
ones, who are on the way' up. Thornton; three brothers Totally DisabledWar sIc director. Day Mass, 5:30: p.m.
Sunday School, 10 a.m. !MornIng -
For typical families in specific Carlos, Lee, and Henry Thornton -
I brackets, the estimatesare 11,1 I Ame"".", Red Crooni ; ; one sister, Mrs. !Myrtle GREATER BETIH.FHEM: Worship 7 11 am.; Evening IIiORTIISmF.PTtST GIICI.P'I1ST: CHURCHHIGHWAY
as follows: those with af- .... Eaves; and his stepmother, veterans are eligible for FHEE \WILL BAPTIST C IIl'RCII! Worship p.m. Wednesday CIll'KCII l S-100 STARKE/ :
ter-tax Incomes of $6,000 to --.- .. .. !Mrs. Llze Thornton, all of Veterans Administration pen- Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sunday Prayer Meeting and Bible Scud, Intersection of Highways 16 Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -
(D.
:$8.000. a net worth. ranging MM-MMphi .... Starke. sion payments! if they become School 9:30: ; !Morning Worship, 7 p.m. Young' Peoples :MeetIng North) and 225. Rev. Wayne Worship, II; Training Union'
Funeral services were set totally disabled, or In old age 11; League 4 p.m. Sight Service every Monday, 7 p.m. Wells, pastor. 7: Tvenlng Worship, 8. Wednesday -
for 3 p.m. Thursday In'the Pine provided that their other Incomeis 6 p.m.Rev.' Jasper Wil- G.r.welcome.Prevatt' pastor.- Everyone Sunday School. 9:45; Morning Praerteetlng! 7:30.:
Level Baptist Church with interment no more than $2,600 annually liams, pastor. Service at 11. Evening Service Rev.' I-eon T. Odom, .l r.,pas
GOSPELCONCERT to follow in Sap! Cem- with no dependents or no m')re 7:30.: Wednesday Service 7:30: tor.
etery under the direction of than S3j800 with dependents, according COXG'tEGTIOX: : ; \l. HOLINTSSCHURCH : P.m.
UeWltt C. Jones I'uneraillome. to W. B. :Mackall, LONG BRIDGE \PTIST uiiutni! or' con!
Director of the l Division of CHURCH! Sunday School 9:45: a.m C.\L\\R\' 1P'I1'CUnll'lI, ;" L\W'ir.Y:: ', ILA.
Veterans Affairs, St. Peters- Sunday School 10 a.mforn! Miming: Worship 11 a.m.outh Sunday School 10) a.m. Morn- Schedule of services: StwdnySchool
; ; Mrs. Aimee ByronMrs. burg. Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening: Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- ing Worship II. raining Union III) a.m. Morning Worship -
The disability need not be Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday ship 7 p.m.Thursday. 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.: ill 11. FvaiiKellstlc:: Service -
service incurred, Mackall Everyone welcome. night Prayer Meeting Pastor 0 i p.m.1'1'', and Prayer
IIc.IIm I (Black
PRESENTING Aimee Byron 81, of ..ald1 permanent disabling Rev. Robert Haisten pastor 7:30: p.m. :Meeting each Wednesday 7:30
Keystone Heights died Monday : Injury that prevents the veteran David (Hodges, Pastor .p.m. -- Kcv, 1 palsy> Klghl! pas
The Arlington Baptist Sthools'AMBASSADORS" July 17, after an extended from obtaining regular employment cm RCII or! GOD ST. FDWARD'S: > / (.'.\TIIClI.IC toy
Illness. will qualify, he said. 422 !N.; St. Clair St., Starke. CHURCH, STARKi/ :
Born on July 8, 1891 in West When the veteran reaches age Sunday' School 10 a.m.Iorn: AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Father James Cregan
pastor
Virginia, she was a veteran 65, and If his other Income Is Ing Worship II a.m. Sunday Sunday School 9:43: a.m.Morning :..acurdaIan: 7 p.m.Sunday BI'.Tliri.: \PTIST CHURCH'
of World War I and a mem- low, he has a good chance of Evening, 7 p.m. With Night.: ; Worship 11 a.m. Evening: :Mass, 10 a.m. Hely JIll)' :Mass Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
t 11 ber of the Community Church receiving the \'A puy merits In Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday 7 p.m. Ing WorshIp U a.m. Evening:
of Keystone Heights. addition to social security bene- !Meeting Friday, 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, Confessions Saturday 6 Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer
\0 )' Iii int TCMIS She is survived by her hus- fits :Mackall added. The V..1.disability -ReY..W, Kldd, pastor 7 p.m Mud on Book'or Psalm. p.m. !Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesda>.
IIIII I" .
band, Walker C. Byron. G.F. Prevatt. pastor. Everyone !
\; rules, while still requiring School of Religion: -Rev. J.C. Saunders pastor
Funeral services KING.SLEY: ; I. \KE: B \PT1ST.Sunday
were sched- that Wjlle'.n" Grade
(lie veteran be dis- School Sunday 11
uled for 10 a.m. Thursday in abled to the extent that he can- School 9:30: ; raining a.m. to 12 noon. MOKGVN!; ROAIJCIIAPT.I.Sundaj :I.
the Community\; Church, with not do l'nlon 10:15: a.m.Iornlng; : Worship 9:45
rullIIml.ork JORDAI'fSSION.iRYBAPTIST
Time regular : High School -- Sunday 7 : a.m. Sunday
7:30 P.M. Interment in Unit-rest Memorial are less strict than social security 11 a.m. Evening Worship MISSION';. N .. School II a.m.fornlng! Wor-
'" Park, Gainesville. Arrangements I 7:30: p.m. Prajer.:Meeting 7:30 n.m.; '
\; disability' regulations. : U.S. 301 :North; behln Tas- ship 6 p.m. Training Union
:
were'ln charge or De. The law presumes that''h :Wednesday.Rev- *C' Cuthbert tee Freez Drive In, Sunday lAYU'IIIcIIWY; ; 'BAPTIST 7 p.m. Evening Worship.
Date.: July Both Witt ,C. Jones I Funeral Home. veterans over 65, and retired Pastor Interim Pastor School, Id a.m. Worship Ser- Sundaj School, 10 a.m. Wor ednesday 7:30 l'r8J'erService.

H :::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: from full-time work are totally vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer ship Service 11 a.m. Church ..
disabled really because they Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- Training 6:30: p.m. Evening; -Rev. Bob Cooper pastor
CARD! OF THANKS: are 65 years of age. The other FIRST PRESBYTER!; Worship 7:30.Wednesday.
Day'l Monday Income counted to determine Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. day.Leroy Olive, pastor F..I.. Prayer Meeting
wish to thank our '
We manyyfriends eligibility for \ .,\. pension includes ;Morning Worship 11 a.m.'outh Crlffls associate pastor. 7:30 p.m. HAMPTON BAPTIST
for their kind -
e"pl'esslons 90 per cent of social ]Fellowship 6 ...m. Choir Practice Rev J.D. Robinson\ CHUKCII/
Invited of sympathy extended us security' income and all prl- | Wednesday 8 p.m. :NEW imT.R: \PTIST Sunday School 10 :'Morning -
Everyone in the lose of our husband and Bible ''
incomeIn,
vale fuel everything Sunday School !10 a.m. Morn- Service 11 a.m.; Study'
father. I Leo Wiggins. exceptwcifare' aid and Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training 6:30: p.m.; Evening Service 7:30
We appreciate your wonderful other \'.,\. benefits I nion 7 p.m. Evening: Worship HAMPTON! CHRISTIAN
Pine Level! Church CIIURCII OF JESUS CIIRIST p.m.Wednesday
Baptist cards and letters. For further information Interested \ 8 p.m. Wednesday Night ser- CHURCH/ Prayer and
SAINTS;
LATTER DAY
Reba M. Wiggins OF
veterans may contact vice 7:30: p.m. Everyone: wel- Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Bible Study 7:30: p.m.
:Marie W. DavisResearch their local County\; Service Of- 1404 E. Bessent Road come. Ing Worship\ 11 a.m. Evening: Melvlnjlamel Pastor

I ll 1111I11> I ) Miles i 'Ilea ::: ::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::: : ::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::) ricer, or write :Mr. :Mackall Family Home EveningMon- Jim Countryman, pastor. Worshp 1.-Jamo.Shaw. pastor.
at P.O. Box 1437 St. Peters- day.
Starke. Florida e e e burg, Fla. t Primary- Tuesday 4:30: p.m.

i8 wonderful but Wednesday- Relief Society : ; 1 m11 ;;: : :.:.an'a'l;: :::;;;;.;.;...;.s.i..J; ;; ;; ::...J.tt.ti 1:1111111ii111;.1............. ..11 i1i; 1 1rn ...i}a:.... X.
it call be carried too far at 7:30. :
Pastor John. Strickland B.D. (the man' n likely /to discover My Neighbors Thursday- M.I.A. 7:30: p.m. :;Ilillm ':
.
< ,who delves/ /too deeply into/ the SundayPriesthood.. 8:30: a.m. ;
restaurant soup./ Sunday School 10:30: a.m. Evening : Themost

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+,. rX k71MfwFr. J. ;;;;:::::::::: : t y s>5Jafritr:4i: : ar'JLY V-V '.WWVVVVVVVVVVVW' < {'J'SC-0Y.. .. . AMI IIUWOWNKOI Jesse D. Branson Branch :-
t N+ y }'" NUISSAUIIY'IIIOM President. |
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Church of Christ ____ r# Morning Sunday Worship School.' 11.9:45 Training a.m. ;:I rewaraing I

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': Rt.: :3. Box 58 1 -Rev.' J... Tommy Howe pas .:
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Starke/ Florida 32091 s : *or. :rS J.
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#' on U. S. 301 at the Junction of I

the Brooker Road.Brother % GETTING BUGGED i m: I

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A. Mott Jr. 11 I
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L. A. MOTT, JR.

GET FAST RELIEFwith ]11
with the Southslde Church of Christ beginning Monday July 24. The I I' J (


meeting will terminate Sunday, July 30. Services each evening will FPCs Monthly Service ProgramYou

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begin at 7:45 P.M. Sunday services for the 30th are: Bible Study

can get rid of thOM petty bugs in a hurry by colling fi A savings book t tqlls; you that your

10 o'clock A.M., Morning Worship 11 o'clock and the Evening Serviceat Florida Put Control. Our monthly service protects your : safely-insured money is growing with each deposit

7:45 P.M., (mind.family,A food monthly furnishings preventative clothing treatment and your costs peace just pennies of. rl,:: and earning generous interest too.

a day and prevents pest problems without inconveniencing Start saving with us. Today, perhaps?

you. For professional spraying under the j l
Everyone Is InvitedAnd direction of graduate entomologists safely and quickly'

performed, call the experts at Florida Pest Control . v

and do it lOon before you get carried away. ,
FLORIDAMember I
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Urged To Attend Free Inspections 'j __ ", ..... ___:.. .. .. ,
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: and Estimates tEST I I; eMember(: t H r'A. ,' T: :S"T" t JfK'E : "


Come Hear The Went Of God 'Proclaimed, *%+ CAlL CONTROL Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. ,',
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sI This Able. .And. Dedicated Ivangtllit '
\.:f 9641745l ; vlt.lllicry Of Florida National. Banks Of Florida, Inc.

Here Bro. CsZ H Carlisle 8:35: Every Sunday Morning On WPXE, StVke. Fla. l: ri 1' /% ACMEMKAICO m:. ... ""..":".."'.'.''N'. .'.''''' .. ,,.. .. '
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Social Security NumberDon't Don't TrY to Memorize

''If Iron pi social security
try to memorize your beoe ta." start a Dew job. ben Ad IUKI earn over 3UMO
social security number. Don't $1 In social security
An employee' earning are of in a year
You'll Deed proof age '
-especially--try to repeat credited to his social security when applying for social benefit' to withheld for every I
your social. security number from $1,680 to
number when they an reported security retirement benefit $2 you mm up
from memory when an em- by his employer. The
Social security beneficiaries:
ployer ask you for the number employee' earnings determine
for bit .records when you start the amount of monthly social
a new job. security benefits he may collect $2880.TEIIIPLE:
That advice come from social when he retires or becomes
security official here. severely disabled; also the
"Your social security number amount of benefits his family J .
1Y ha nine digits," a spokesman may get if he dies prematurely. Of
noted. "If you try to Superintendent
memorize it, you can easily Always carry your Medicare Public Instruction
five a wrong number when you card with you. Remember to
try to repeat it. If you furnish show it to your doctor or a DEDICATED TO BETTER
a wrong social security number hospital employee wheneveryou EDUCATION THROUGH
f/ COOPERATION
to an employer it may cause need medical attention. PLANNING AND
difficulty in crediting your earnings QUALIFIED
to your social! security: Be sure to give your em- / ,EXPERIENCED
record.: That may eventually! ployer your correct social 4 CAPABLE

r affect your social security security number when you A Professional Educator Concerned: With Today. Youth

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RESOLUTION .

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Pursuant to the provision of& Section: 237.12 Florida Statutts, 191'',
notice i* hereby! given that a. public hearing hall be held t>y .tnt

Bradford County Board of Public Instruction on Thursday.!' Juttf,4?* .
Johns hands Cunningham Gulf, Coach Lan. SjbUy the while hold the !
championship trophy UamoU 1972 at the hour of<< 700 P.M.f in their offices( at Starkt Florida,.
for the purpose of discussing tvith the/ eitizen4'o6: the couMty\tnt! ,
PRESIDENT NIXON In. proposed school budget of said COtl.1lt60! \ the fiscal year/ btgn9

vites nation's the birthday whole world in 1976.to the If The repute.old: pro A is viablo'in bad slogan political Summer Jobs Can Affect July 1 1972 and ending June 30, 1913. ',';,:.:'..1'' ,', :.: '
I 'nog ;
tourists will just bring money might be: "Honest Though ,
it nccdnt be gift-wrapped. Experienced." Social PROPOSED BUDGET "1-13 : ,
Security Payments ..nli, ,. i iBRAPFarm.

Earnings from summer jobs some cases, this work and earn- COUNT80ARP OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION '"< _r"I-', ," .
can affect the monthly pay ings will affect their social security h' 'IJ,:
; DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ments of students and other benefits." BUDGET I OPERATING .1 '
young people who get benefits The amount young peopleearn '
1 1971-June 30 1972 Anticipated Expenditure JuLt. ',"1f-JUlle. 30,197, ;
from social security, according at summer or part-time Anticipated Receipts July ,
STARKE to social security officials here. jobs will cause a reduction in ... ''t l
"Over 4 million young pea their social security payment if Federal Sources* Sytem-tvide Administration. ;''j.\\I|' 7S,11J
PHONE'' 961.6200KEYSTONE!) ; ple under 22 get monthly social their total earnings for the year Impact Funds 30,000 30,000 .
security payments as children are more than $1,680 accord- llI.4.tJwc.Uonat.: ',. ,
of retired, disabled, or ing to the spokesman. "But State Source Profeionat Personnel '
HEIGHTS deceased workers," a social! security even if they earn over 11,680 Minimum Foundation Prog. Sec. Clear 6 Aided '141.172' i
I'IIONE 17:1-:1176: : spokesman said. "Manyof they can get their social security In6ttuetLonal Satatiea '1,531,628 Tu.tbooh .' 23,135' .
them will spend the payment for any monthin
summer TJt4l1.4poJt.t4t.iort 59.956 SapptiA etc. "10,ODD 2,546,141Cmaent .
school vacation working. In which they neither earn ....

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,
r employment." he said. 6 Ul.a" lout e.Ho-\.t( 300,414 Sal.aJt.iu .71,613,
Most young people won't (State E6t. vlVI.tI 1/5/1'lJ) 2,733,648 Heat 10000; I
it NOTICERegister earn over $1,680 from a sum- (High $2,862,481 I UtLUtieeiU ,. ,15.000 c
mer vacation job, the
spokesman 1 '10,613
? noted. "But if they also (Low .150,10 J SurpL A7s000
.' low uud ,1S0.1U "ani!
To Vote At The Following 11 work part time during the year, AdM, 06 SBE Bonds ,.406 Maintenance 06 Plant .
I
they can easily earn over Rating Comm. Funds 51.075 SatMie4 24,000
I Countywide Locations $1.680 during 1972," he said Tvc..tboolz4 U,US Other 1t ,000 6S, 000Pi"e.u

Education 3.000 5i1/3tStott '
r f l.ie.tn4u 5,500 %, '%3.115 AuzULatrl SetiuLcu l
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:: ::
Tnanapotta.tion 110.000FtdVta.l

I HAMPTON t/vtough/ State Food SeJl"ice 1 0,000
vA School Lunch Au 120.000 120.000 HfaUh %, '00 Uf.'IOO


::1 .,:Across .Street From Christian.:Church ,. loca.lSou.\e.tu. ." :..." ,. :I ;5.t;; F.i.xtdCllttJtgu' ....,...,.,.. "' ( ...

In t r; .Count!,! Cu.'t.'U'.n.t' : (110 Ift.l..U4J.) 516.294. '", IIt..I 4 8 ln4unanee ',500
Hampton_ I Iliac Re.ce..i.pU 0,000 526,294 Commission, .. 4,000RetLtement ,. "'I
i ;> '., ,!v..i( 191, SOHl.;;\\fQ.OOC?
Fund Balance I ClUh Balance 41,224'
20 12
Thursday July) noon lo 8 PM
Outgoutg Tttan36exsTo 5
Tuesday, July 25 12 noon to 8 PM Budget II 50,90f
Thursday', July' 27 12 noon to 8 PM To Budget III '6'.911 219,879RUawt '
Tuesday Aug. I 12 noon to 8 PM XMR.81L1

i 'Thursday, Aug.3 '12 noon to 8 PM '''rv:. 11,025

luesda\uK.H 1211001lt08P 1 : GARDNERHo

t I Thursday)', .lug 10 I ,J 2.' noon to 8 I'M Total 3,54'.303' ieV'' 3.541.303


I L THErlES!" U "" to BUDGET II DEBT SERVICE II 'I. 1AlttLcipated I

Anticipated EzpendJwiuS8E "
Across From Community Center 1 buy a Receipts

Bond PIlJlllt.l1.t ,41,000ReetApt6
Bonds !
I I n Theressa 6,419 Ill..ttJtu.t ...11,503lnvt4tnente -
HearingAid 10.504 13,94 Others Cost 117Inv(4
)
..... btt.n.t4 !fll. tad 13 ..73,303 ,132,921Diataict
Thursday), July 20 12 noon to 8 PM

i Tuesday, July 25 12 noon to 8 PM Ont Bonds Bonds 6.000

-: Thursday J July. 27 .,..1 2 noon to 8 PM ... your doctor. HsVU b.ablo to Receipts Ill..ttJtt..6.t k6.415
i Tuesday, Aug. 1 '12 noon to 8 PM i. 1 toll.you wh.th.r or not you nvod 5',69' x .6 mUL8 30.911 OthVt Its
Thursday.) Aug. 3 '12 'noon to 8 PM i a h utnB aid. Cash Balance 1.566 31.543 To OpeitaLiftg (COIIIII. J 3.ODD
h2 8 PM I Cash Balance 2,943 31.543
Tuesday, Aug. 8 noon to :: Qo to a reputable Hearing Aid
10 8 0? 2! Center.Aulhorned Norelco Hearing ,ot
Thursday, Aug. J2 noon to .
y Ad Dealers are thorough!)
Bond U.OOORte.e..ip.ts
trained and experienced In all Certificates of Indebtedness
JP 1 :: phases of testing fitting, and Interest 117,325
<< Racing
.
servicing honng.tda.Hay.
BROOkE i Commission Funds "141,550" OthVt (Reerve 4.225
I the dealer test your/ hear Investment 120.000 U'' ,550 Investment yr. end 1973 120,000. 21'' ,550
3[ ing. Its free-and It's very slrrv
City Hall. Brooker pie. You listen' to sounds and w. .:
II make an oudolom.whlch la apicture Jr. Lien Certificates '
of your hearing pattern.From
this pattern wa can fit. you/ Receipt RacingCommission Interest 24.425
:::3< with, a hearing aid to help correct Fund* 24.425 Investment !yr. end 1973 21.250 52,175
your/ individual problem.
Saturday. July 22 9 :hllo\ 3 PM I Investment 21.250 52,175 J ,.

Saturday.) July) 29'' 9 .\\1| to 3 PM I ISaturda t 4 i Ing Look aids at havarlou.kind.-from standard of hear body*
9 models to the new Norelco "... 237.77 Loan s: '''d{
Aug. 5 AM to 3 PM I
) hind the Ear' model which has Receipts .
Saturday. Aug. 12... ,9' AM. to 3 PM I ::". 27 ments different for the acoutticaf most accurate' .d/u/ fitting ," TJt411.46Vt FIlOM Budget I U,90'' P1Ic.ipc1t 25.475
yet/ devised. Cash Balance -0U,90'' In.ttJtut 13.426 21,901

I LAWTEY J Send for more complete Infor- 1Vouehene .

I 5 I matlon.you our booklet.We will b."The happy Inside to Story send palJabh f.tom Budget 122,000 72,000 Parient! pItv', yeas U.OOO -22,000GRAND
Hall of N.rv. Deafneis.** as well as --
City In Lawtey detailed Information, on tha many TOTAL 5 '
"
Norelco Hearing Aids. 536,193 5 536.193

Thursday) July) 20 1 PM I to 5 PM I '. : /Vore/co.

Tuesday. July)' 25 1 PM I to 5 PM I :...... f >lrtn ',
Thursday, July)' 27 I PM I to 5 PM I Came now far your tree Hearing Test BUDGET III CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTAnticipated
Tuesday Aug. 1 1 P.M I to 5 PM I M,' t "
.
Receipts Anticipated ExpendituresVocationalTechnical
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Thursday Aug. 3 J.PMioSFM1PM I I Il
,. f I.cr ft! tr
Tuesday, Aug. 8 I to ;5 PM I NA&I Capital Outlay! i Debt Serv. 29.907 ,U4 .
'
#: Thursday, Aug. 10 :'I 1(}P.M 1 to 5 PM I Ii 1-- : Capital Outlay t Debt. : Serv. Bradford High School .Mt .
-- (Special} 56,194 Phase III t Bradford
..
i Fund Balance 421,332 fuddle School 354,979

MAIN OFFICE Iwout.Oa.- ._.___. ._j. Transfer from Budget I 141.977 414,010' :.iisc. Capital Improve. 224:911:

Bradford ------------ .. Fund Balau-.ce; Igtf7t30 ''',ore
County Courthouse GAINESVIllE HEAIUMSAID Vi ..i,

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CO.
\ '. EsenintII II oars .
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( ( 34MRW. UtfcS*.
hi..........fh.ppY.g'< CM... BUDGET IV FEDERAL PROGRAMS' 1972-73
Thursday, Aug. 3 ,i8:30 AM to 8 PM I .....r.w.... "
; Saturday, Aug. 5 *.,$:30MI, to 1 PM 37 4Q9$*r.373-1942. Anticipated Receipts* : Anticipated Expenditure b ill \
Thursday, Aug. 10s8:3(7( AM to 8 PM I

Saturday Aug. 12 830[ ; AM to 5 PM Fund Balance 34,513 ESEA Title II '1971-72' Id>t 7.'U
Regular hours Monday thru Friday 8:30: AM to 5 PM ESEA Title I "7-13 11,'" Adult Basic Ed. 1971-72' t 11'
Adult 1f44.k Education 23,925 '141,119 Vocational Projects: 21,133

For Additional- Information Contact.. .Jcneva M. Flynn 964-5634 ESEA Title I )1972-73 J U,'U/

,Adult Basic Ed. 1972-73 ...,1,925, 141,119Char'.s .

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Bradford Net 'WoMOf' family Average$14,300How OBITUARIES An investment in Your Future


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County Are think Taking they; well resident Into richer off account are than financially Bradford tha.cash they: bracket from from those those $21,000 In about with, the assets$9,000$13,000$15,000 to ranging$38,000 to to to 920,000$$18,000.11,0001,from and*:' native Donald Donald of E.Starke Prevatt Prevatt and, a 38 rest, a l k1 t" 1 1. L E! l( l Li.! (e! n['i ifit' (e f{


,savings of the average local $68,000 to more than 140000. dent of JacksonvUle for the past 'for Mhtri. rout kea ti is, there oil! )i hurl bt afct"
family together with the equity; For the entire Bradford County 30 years, died Friday, July 14 DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
in Its home, Its car, personal: ; population, on this basis after an extended Illness. He BROOKER Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng EVERGREEN BAPTIST
properly; furniture. Insurance the total net worth Is approximately was a carpenter by trade, and Sunday School 10 a.as.-WorhLP Worship a.m. Pre Services CHURCH ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL LAURA BAPTfairSunday
pension reserves and other*assets 62100000. a member of Hope Baptist:: Services. 11 ajn and 7 Booster Band, Young Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng CHURCH, STARKE, Holy Eu- School 9:45: rims Morning -
what Is Its net worth? On the plus side is the mar- Church. Training Union.4 pjn. People, and Prayer Service) Worship at U a.m. Sunday charlat lit and 3rd Sunday, Worship U a.m. Evening
A family balance aheet.'with ket value of all real estate, Survivors Include his widow -Rev-Lacy Conway,pastor 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. night Service at 6:30.: 8 and 10 ajn. Morning prayer Worship 7:30: p.m. MlcweekBI-
asset listed In one. column business Interests bank deposits Mrs. Delores Prevail; a daughter Midweek Service, Wednesday Wednesday night prayer 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays at ble .Study. Wednesday. 7:30. p.
and liabilities In another. may Jewelry, houshold furnishings Donnette; two sons 7:30: p.m. Rev John Strickland meeting at 7:30. 10 a.m. m.Be
provide a pleasant surprise, clothing, appliances Dwaln and Darren; his mother CHURCH OF CHRISTAT Pastor. Cecil E, Crawford, Sr. Pas In church Sunday.
since most people have never and other property.; Mrs. Nancy Mae Prevatt; three MELROSE tor. Lester Austin, pastor.
taken stock of how much they Deducted from It to arriveat brothers, Melvin Prevatt. Key- Schedule of Services: HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST UNITED! METHODISTSTAPKE
have acquired over the years.. net worth are mortgages. stone Heights; Wlbert and Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. Highway 100 at The res sa) STARKE CHURCHOF
Some guidance In this dir- Installment debt, medical bills, Glenn Prevatt both of Hampton Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- Sunday School 10 a.m. CHRIST Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning LAWTE'CONGREGA110NAL
ection Is available now, based bank loans and all other obll- ; four sisters, Mrs. Norma Ing Worship 7 p.m. Morning Worship II a.m. Bible School 10 a.m. Wor- Worship, II; Junior and Senior HOLINESS CHURCH
upon local figures and upon gatons. Green Eau Gallle;Mrs Thelma All other evenlngs-8 p.m. Training Union 6:30 p.m. ship Services 11 a.m. and MYF groups, 6 p.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m.;
national studies made by the Hampton; Mrs. Paula Hogemes Evening Worship 7:15: p.m. 6 p.m. Midweek Service Wednesday Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Morning Worship 11 ajn. Youth
Federal Reserve Board and and Mrs Paulette McKeller Wednesday Night: Prayer Ser 7 p.m. Ladles Bible 7 p.m. Prayer MeetIng Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship -
others. both of Jacksonville. Madison Street vices 7:30: p.m Rev. Merle Class, Thursday 11 a.m.Church 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Re- 7 p.m.Tuesday.
They show as would be expected Funeral services wore held Baptist Church 23--Sunda)' Packham, pastor. located one block west on SR neetel.! 7:45.: Prayer Meeting 7:30
that there is a direct at 3:30: p.m. Monday,with burialin Sunday, July 16. p.m.Rev.
relationship between a 'fern113"s people,\ Jacksonville Memory School, 9:45; Morning 6:15\\oiBMp WMU,; J.P.H. Bell, minister Rev George L, Harper W.B. Chauncey, pastor
average earnings and Gardens. 11; Church Training, : ; BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST
Its net worth. Those In the high Prayer Circle, 7:15; Evening Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- PIXEHILL: CONGREGATIONAL FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH SMYRNA MISSIONARY
Income brackets have assets Worship, 7:30.MondayYouth: Choir Prac- ship Service 11 a.m. Church METHODIST CHURCH Sunday Service:Sunday Sch' .r f BAPTIST CHURCH'
equal to several times their bythe Carl ThorntonCarl 7 Training, 6:30: p.m. Evening Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services -
annual Income while those with tice, Children's Choir, p.m. Worship 730.: Ing Worship 11 a.m.'outh Ser- 10.45 a.m. Evening Service, 7:15 : Sunday School, 10 a.m.
Incomes WednesdayTeacher's and vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship, Youth Preaching, II a.m.Training Union -
modes haveaccumulated 61 of Starke WednesdayPrayer Meeting, P.m. Group Meeting,Sun-
proportionately less. people Thornton. Officer's Meeting, 6:30: ; Prayer 7:30: p.m. 7:30: p.m. Kev. Tommy L. Milliard !- day 6:30: p.m. 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship
Applying the national"yard- died Illness.Monday after an extended Meeting; Business Meeting, ev. J.D..Robln.onBROOKER pastor. -J.C. Brown, minister 7 p.m. Everyone welcome.
stick to Bradford County;)! and 7:30. -Wilbur Dyes PastorCiit'RCh
to the earning levels in the area Born In Bradford County; on Adult Choir Practice, 8:30 p. FIRST ASSEMBLY; OF COD
for
and Sept. 24, 1910, he was a retired ,
:
OF GOD
the Indicated net worth of the employe of the Florida m BAPTIST CHURCH GRACE BAPTIST Ralford Road S. Weldon St.
average local family comes to State Prison and a member of Denton Sum rail, BROOKER, FLA. CHURCH! STARKE! Sunday School, 10 a.m.Iorn: OF P1WP// CBHooKER
approximately $14,300. the Baptist Church. Pastor Rev. Jim Templepastor.Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Ing Worship 11. Sunday 1 vetting Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng -
The figures apply to the so- the people. Surviving Is his wife, Mrs. School, 10 a.m.Ron Bristol, Ing Worship at 11. Training 7 p.m. Thursday night 7:30.: Worship II a.m. Y oung People's -
called average family. Lumped Beulah Green Thornton of Superintendent. Training Union, Union f:30: p.m. Evening wor- -Charles Thomas, pastor Service 6 p.m. Evangelistic -
together are all age groups-- Starke; two daughters,. Mrs 6:43: p.m. Lowell Douglas, DI- ship 7:30. Wednesday Prayer Service 7 p.m. Wednesday
the older ones, who have been Fay Glisson, Starke and Mrs. Veterans EligibleFor rector. Worship Services 11 a. Meeting, 7:30.Je: Leon ST.1.115: C.TIIOLC'em'ltll / Prayer Meeting 7:30: ) p.m.
adding to the assets over the + Connie Davis of Lulu;;four sons, Pensions If m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Service T. Odom, Jr., pastor. MACCI.ENNY:! Come- and. 'Hobby worship I Harris with,pastorGRACI us.
years, as well as the younger Vernie, Cloo, Jimmy, and Joseph 7:30. tavern Outlaw music AIRPARK! BAPTIST CHURCHSunday Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy
ones, who are on the way up. Thornton; three brothers, Totally DisabledWar director. School, 10 a.m. Morn- Day Mass, 5:30: p.m.
For typical;} families In specific Carlos, Lee, and Henry Thorn
Ing
Worship 11 am.; Evening ': BAPTIST CHURCHHIGHWAY
I
brackets, the estimatesare The Amcrk.m Red: !Crovt.iris.. ton; .one sister, Mrs. Myrtle! for GREATER BETHI.FIIEMFliE : Worship, 7 p.m.'ednesda\ NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Sl)0STARKE() ? :
eligible )
veterans are : WILL BAPTIST CHURCH! CHURCH
as follows: those with af- Eaves and his
; stepmother, Veterans Administration pen- S Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, of Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning -
ter-tax incomes Cor. Ash Chestnut Sunday Intersection llighw
of $6,000 to --- Mrs. Llze Thornton, all of
$8,000, a net worth/ ranging ...-r.-- .....-. Starke. sion payments if they become School 9:30: ; Morning Worship, 7 p.m.'oung Peoples :MeetIng Worth) and 225. Rev. Wayne Worship, II; Training Union'
totally disabled, or in old age, 11 League 4 p.m.Ight: Ser- ever Monday, 7 p.m. Wells, pastor. 7: 1'venlng Worship, 8. Wednesday -
.: ._ :... Funeral services were set ;
.0.- - IncomeIs G.F. Prevatt pastor Everyone 730.
for 3 p.m. Thursday In"the Pine provided that their other vice, 6 p.m.Kev.. Jasper Williams welcome. Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning Prayer Meeting :
than $2,600) annually Rev lon T. Odom, .1 I r..pas-
Level Baptist Church with In- no more pastor Service at 11. Evening Service,
tennent to follow in Sapp Cem- with no dependents or no more 7:30. Wednesday Service, 7:30: tor.
GOSPELCONCERT etery under the direction of than $%800 with dependents, according CO.VJ'tEGTIOX;' M. HOLINESS p.m.
LONG!
BRIDGE HIPTISTCHURCH
DeWitt C, Jones J-'uneraillome. to W. B. Mackall, CHU3CM; Ulll Ut'II UP GOl
Director of the I Division of Sunday School 9:45: a.m. CALVARY \PTIST CHURCH I L \\\''I'I1.A.: .
Veterans Affairs, St. Peters- Sunday School 10a.m. Morn Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Sunday School l 10() a.m.10m! Schedule of services: Sunday
; Mrs. Aimee Byron burg. ing Worship II a.m. Evening Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship ing Worship II. Training Union,,, .VIiiMil, 10 a.m. Morning Worship -
Tho disability need not be Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday 7 p.m.Thursday. 6:30. Evening: Worship, 7:30,,, at ii. Kvangellsllc:: Scr-
service Incurred, :Mackall Everyone': welcome.Rev. night Prayer Meeu PastO1 r vice, 0 p.m.1'1,; and Prayer
I
PRESENTING Mrs. Aimee Byron, 81, of said, 'A/I)' permanent disabling Robert Hals ten, pastorClIlllC'1I Ing 7:30: p.m. He,11m Black, :Meeting each Wednesday, 7:30:
Keystone Heights, died Mon- Injury that prevents the veteran David) I lodges, Pastor p.m. -- Kev. Daisy Kighl! ins-
The Arlington Baptist SchoolsAMBASSADORS" day, July 17, after an extended from obtaining regular employment OF GOD ST. 1-:1: >\\\111>'CATHOLIC tor.
illness. will qualify, he said. 422 !N. St. Clair St., Starke. C'1Il""IIST.IKI'/ / :
Born on July 8, 1891 In West When the veteran reaches age Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning AIRPARK! BAPTIST CHURCH Father James Cregan, pastor
Virginia, she was a veteran 65, and If his oilier Income Is Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Sunday School 945a.mDlor-: : .m.Sunday HITIIFI.: HUTIST CHUIICII
of World War I and Evening, 7 p.m.outh !Night, 11 Evening: Massr10)atm'tidy, '
a mem- low, he has a good chance of ning Worship a.m. J>ay :Mass Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
: ber of the Community; Church receiving the VA payments In Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday, 7 p.m. Ing Worship U a.m. Evening:
of Keystone heights addition to social I security, benefits Meeting, Friday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, Confessions Saturday 6 Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer
!She is survived by her husband -HeW., Kldd, pastor 7 p.m. Study on Rook'ofPsalrns.
0 I Mackall added. The \ \. Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.I.'cv. .
)j'tom Arlington.: 'I'e,as" : Walker C. Byron. disability rules, while still requiring G.F. Prevatt, pastor Everyone p.m.hool of !Religion: -I .I.C. Saunders, pastor
Funeral services were scheduled that the veteran be dis- KINGSLEY! LIKE \PTIST Wjllc'JOn., Grade School Sunday 11
for 10 a.m. Thursday in abled to the extent that he can- Sttnday School 9:30: ; Training a.m. to 12 noon. MOIIGVN/ !IfOAD) CHAPEL:'
Time the Community Church, with not do regular: full-time work, Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Wor* JORDAN: M1SSIO1.IRYBAPTIST \ High School -- Sunday, 7 Sunday 9:43: a.m. Sunday
7:30 P.M. interment In Ilillcrest Memorial ship 11 a.m. Evening Worship
,
arc less strict than social security MISSION; e'. 'I.m.- w School II a.m. Morning Wor-
i Park, Galnesvllle.rral1R disability' regulations. t I :i7:30: p.m. Prayer:Meeting 7:30 ['.S. 301 North, bDhlnd"Tas- ship I 6) p.m. Training Union
: ; ments were in charge of De- The law' presumes thai 'AWodnesday: ', ; S.C,1 Cuthbert tee Freez Drive In, Sunday 1UY LESS: HIGHWAY BAPTIST' 7 p.m. Evening: Worship.
July Witt :C. Jonos Funeral Home. veterans 65, and retired Pastor Interim \ 7:30
Date 24th over pastor School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Sunday School, I 10 a.m. Wor Wednesday PrayerSer-
::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: from full-time work are totally vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer ship Service II a.m. 'hurch vices.Rev.
1 disabled really because they Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- Training 6:30 P."' Evening': Bob Cooper, pastor
01" THANKS are 65 years of age. The other FIRST PRESBYTERIAN! Worship 7:30.Wednesday: .
CAR
Day Monday Income counted to determlno Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. day.Leroy Olive, pastor, E.I..
Prayer Meeting
t We wish to thank/ our many, eligibility for \'.,\, pension Includes :Morning Worship II a.m.01111'I Criffls, associate pastor 7:30 p.m. HAMPTON BAPTIST
friends for their kind e"pl'esslons 90 per cent of social Fellowship 6 ;..m. Choir Prac- Rev J.D. Robinson CHURCH I
Invited of sympathy extended us security income, and all private tice, Wednesday 8 p.m. NEW: RIVER! : BAPTIST/ Sunday School 10 :'Morning -
Everyone in the lose of our husband and Income1-- fact everything Sunday School !10 a.m. Morn- Service 11 a.m.; Bible Study''
father Leo Wiggins. eAeept 'weICal'e aid and Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training 6:30: p.m.; Evening Service 7:30
We appreciate your wonderful other 1'.'\. benefits. Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship, HAMPTON; CHRISTIAN;
Pine Level Baptist Church cards and letters. For further information, Interested CHURCH OF LATTER OF JESUS DAY; CHRIST SAINTS: 8 p.m. Wednesday !Night; ser- CHURCH! p.m.Wednesday Prayer and
Reba M. Wiggins veterans may contact vice 7:30: p.m. Everyone wel- Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Bible Study 7:30: P.m.
Marie W, UavlsResearch their local County- Service Officer 1404 E. Bessent Road come. Worship 11 a.m. Evening: Melvlnjlamel, Pastoryoull

llw1110 I 3 'Miles \Rest\ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::;: :::::: or write Mr. Mackallat Family Home Evening- MenPrimary Jim Countryman, pastor Worshp 7.-James Shaw,pastor.
P.O. Box 1437, St. Peters- day.
Starke. Florida e e e burg, Fla. Tuesday, 4:30: p.m.
is wonderful butit WednesdayRelief Society, mH m 1 ml1111:1mm11:1f:1J;;;;:; : ;;: [:;;: IUIIII; ;;;; m1;;mMI:1:; I jjf111f1;! ; 1 1f11; I I1111mI1;[ 1ff111l1111fj;; ; 1111111111; 1111 11 111 !111 111 1mml:1mr: :: ::1:1: *1 1
can be carried too far as
Pastor. 'John Strickland B.D. ,the man is likely. to discover My Neighbors 7:30.Thursday- M.I.A. 7:30: p.m. r ;j
u'ho delves/ loo deeply into the SundayPriesthood, 8:30 a.m.
restaurant soup.ry Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. Eve-
ThemostJ

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Condemned Man Slept Well -1



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Now that the death Ispractically
i penalty; The July 25. 1913',Ialue of Count, and took place on Fri- Mitchell ings, did not occur. At 12:00
a thing of the past The Heresy that condemned r
ttf the United States, due to the Telegraph describes' the 18. 1913. There man, had slept well the straps were removed, but Dear Edlton
II scene when fretn had been number of
a Illegal
Mitchell
recent Supreme Court decision It was not before 12:22, or 36
the before but
night when he
branding It as "cruel and a convicted murderer, was hangings In the county: ; ,of course minutes after the drop, that Watching the Democratic
awakened and real
that
hanged for the slaying of Arnold for In those days violent men this Convention' TV cannot be
unusual punishment," it Is Interesting last the body was declared dead on considered -
his day earth he
was on
Brymer at the home of frequently took the law Into beyond question.The "entertainment" although -
to recall the
days Hattie Williams In their hands without waitIng was seized with despair. But
Lincoln
City; own it would be laughable if
when hanging criminals theCOW"tIIouae
on the four colored
preacher who
1 for the court to act. heat In the enclosure was it wasn't so frightening.
lawn was not unusual It had so faithfully labored tosoon
"by
was described The Tel
stifling and the physicians' own
In Starke and attracted egraph reporter as "the first Here Is the 1913. report on prepare him for the end When Governor Wallace spoke
beat hard that It
pulses) so was
of sing
large looker crowds. curious on legal hanging" 1n..-.Bradford this dramatic event: arrived and began to and" difficult for them to tell whether on behalf of the minority; report
''''11.. pray. "Hurry on My Soul. to make changes In the platform
the beats emanated from themselves -
,, In which Mitchell
was swig, of the,,"new" Democratic Party
Joined, and he began to cheer or from the hanging body, he, was lucid, sincere and
up. A little before 11 o'clock hence the long time it took to decide 1l sensible that I could hardly so

"Nearer, My God, to Thee," the matter. At last an (incontrovertible very believe my ears when heard

etUTORlALS was sung, and the clear well test was applied the booing that
greeted his
trained voices of the preachers and the body declared dead. The Officer Candidate Redding speech.
neck had been
rendered this beautiful hymm so not however
ej well that the three white men broken. Now Training At Blanding Later, after hearing Mario

, Problems who were present and thought Thomas, a delegate from Cali-
City
Zoning how perfectly It fitted the occasion Sheriff Ramsey now got upona fornia, state that over 80 delegates
could hardly restrain ladder, the body was lifted up Officer Candidate Norman C. champion "Fighting Tornado" from her State were on
their tears, and he cut the rope. The corpse (Butch) Redding (right) Is pictured football team of BUS, and received "Keller'" I could understand
A hint of headaches to come These matters are symptomsof was then placed in the coffin and receiving Instructionfrom an athletic scholarshipto why Mr. Wallace was booed

in solving future zoning problems Starke's growth, and should Then Sheriff Denmark came given to the relatives. The dead Capt. James L. Locke the University' ; of Tampa, when he spoke of cutting from

in the City; of Starke was perhaps come under the heading up with a pair of handcuffs man's father was present, but during the annual National where he majored: in physical the Welfare rolls those who can
foreseen Deputy Ceo. W. Balsdem work- though he made no demonstration Guard OCS now In progressat education. work but prefer to be "Profes
at last Thursday'sspecial of "growing pains. They it could be Camp He holds Master's DegreeIn
ed the locking machinery and seen that he was Blanding. a sional" Welfare recipients.Why .
meeting when the City will not go away, and are cer- opened the door of Mitchell's nearly prostrated with grief. Redding will graduate and re-. Physical Education from

Council yielding to the wishes tain to get worse before they cell and the latter was told celve his commission as 2nd the University; of Horlda and should a large propor-

of a large group of irate residents get better. to come out In the passage and So ended the first legal hang- Lieutenant during ceremoniesto is employed in the Bradford tion of the delegates to the National -

rescinded its action in "From now on out it's going up to Mr. Denmark and hold ing In Bradford county If any be held at the new National County school system lie will Democratic Conventionwho
out his hands. The Sheriff of the spectators had doubted Guard Armory in Starke at be a football line coach under contribute nothing, pay no
rezoning piece of property for to be tough going, because the reached through the bars of that he could stand the sight 10 a.m. Sunday July 23. head football coach David Hurse taxes and In fact exist on the
use as the site for a Federally big boys are coming: in," City the door between the corridorand he must have been surprisedover A former member: of at BUS this fall. largesse of the hardworkingtax

funded apartment complex. Attorney George Pierce warned the passage and put the the absence of any revoltIng Company' In Starke, Redding payer be entrusted to the
In rezoning the property; the referring to the fact that handcuffs on Mitchell after episodes and if there were will be assigned to Company' Redding is married to the decision making with respectto
Council had followed the recom- developers will be seeking sites which the door was opened.He any who came In the expectation C, 20th Special Forces in former Mary Cnann of The- where and how the taxpay
'' of a feast of horrors they Tampa graduation ressa, 'and they reside in er's
was then led out by a chain upon money will be spent.
mendation of the City; Board of for mobile homes parks apart- attached to the handcuffs. He were disappointed. Again,those Redding was all-state center Starke. His father is a chaplain

Adjustment. In rescinding its ments, and perhaps condominiums carried a Bible In his hands. who had thought that the crowds and captain of the 1965 state at the State Prison. ,_ It Mr. McGovern' "New

action, the Council--faced witha to help meet the needs of As he looked out of the windowat would rush in like savages to .Democratic Party" prevails

petition from a large groupof jStarke's acute housing short- the head of the stars and view the body after the drop, |- -' - -- --. -" - will be 'a party; controlled by
saw the large crowd who had were alike disappointed. m OBP and for the benefit of special f
residents of the .
refer
area-- -
red the matter back to the Boardof age.L The Implication was that the come to see him die, he was r' County interest groups such as The
taken aback for a moment but There was no unseemly be- j Agent eWsI{ Professional Welfare Group
Adjustment for reconsideration. city; must take a hard look at although he bore every trace havior. When the condemnedman < Women's Lib, The. Gay Ub,

Its outdated and inadequate of despondency on his features, had been sent to his death Hippies Ylppies. Zlppies and
Or rather It referred the zoning code and get its house he walked down with firm step the crowd dispersed as quietly By Bobby I.. Taylor' ,the wealthy psuedo intel-

matter to what is left of the viri;order to meet the needs of to the ground floor and then up as they had gathered, lectuals.In .
the steps to the scaffold with- Even though it Is not our Modlfled-CerUfled brucellosisfree
Board of Adjustment. That \ view there would be
body dme. LAST STATEMENT biggest cash tobacco is and has my
out faltering. He was told to crop, for over ten years
was badly weakened by the resignation turn toward the eastand Revs' still Important to us In this had to have only a minimum 'no place for the hard-working

Thursday night of its The resignation of Mr. To H.W. Bartley, J.W. Robinson, A few hours before the exe- area. nember of herds tested each tax-paying Democrat' and in this new

chairman, John A. Torode, and rode was a serious blow to the R.!.. Murrell and C. Chandler cution Mitchell ,was seen by a It is one crop or product yea to retain this status. This organization from the they! should
the impending resignation of Board of Adjustment, althoughhe placed themselves on the left. reporter for the Telegraph and that will sell good if we can' has been possible because of resign Party;
seemed pleased at the opportunity make the quality; and quantity.; the back-tagging program at If we wish to
another preserve
member Inman D. emphasized that he had conjtentplated our
Rev. Bartley,his spiritual ad- to give out a last statement Our growers this yea were slaughter houses and because country and the principles
Green, whose out of town employment this action for several viser. made an eloquent prayerIn to the public. The statement worried when we were getting auction markets were testing which It was founded only such on

makes It Impractical months, and said it was not which he, on Mitchell's behalf given the reporter Is substantially excessive rains wind and hall. breeding animals before they definitive action' on the part
for him to attend meetings. because of the present dispute thanked the Jailer and all the same as the one These conditions have caused returned to ranches. Since of the disenfranchised Demo-

'The three remaining mem- over the apartment complex. other officers with whom he had made by him on the scaffold,and our crop to be light even animals are no longer testedat crats makes any sense at all.
bers lie', come In contact! for their kind said In pact though we were able togetmore markets, brucellosis Is now
of the board that
are Mrs. Marguerite pointed out the City
; ne... The sun was shining of our tobacco harvested and being spread from farm to farmat
Hall, A.J. Thomas, Sr., needs a thorough reexamination brightly, but a graceful pine cured. a faster' rate than the testing -T.A. SundemRt.
and S. G. Denmark who are of Its zoning ordinance, which stood close to the scaffold and "I want the boys and young Tobacco markets are scheduled program can handle. It I, Starke

now faced with selecting a new might have been adequate at the shaded its occupants. The crowd men to take this occurrence to open July 25th. Someof seems that our cattleman

chairman and filling two vacan- time it was adopted, but does was silent and attentive and the and as a riotous warning living to let alone whiskey and our growers are already should get together to get the ,Dear Mr. Editor:
placing some of their tobaccoon market
proceedings looked more like testing program under-
cies before they can function not meet the needs of today. some religious festival than to stay QUt of bad company the floor for the first sale. way again If we expect to era- Let Is be said-- did Gov.

efficiently. In the meanwhile, Mr.' Torode also serves as the preliminaries to an exe- for It was these things that There is a new state requir- dicate brucellosis in Florida. 'Askew and Sen. Chiles use theInfluence

the sticky apartment complex chairman of the ,County; Zon- cution. cause!!me to stand here In this ement that growers must certify If Florida does not keep pace at their disposal In

problem is tossed back in theirlaps ing Board and has rendered cell today, ,a condemned man that they have not used any with other states In this pro- any way to help Gov. Wallace -
Mitchell then made a simple to suffer the penalty; of my prohibited pesticides on their gram, we could have implement his one and
a
with the possibility; that invaluable service in what is, quaran-
crime. I want them to
pro- crop before they take their only major Issue, the anti-
the burden tine
speech, of which placed against our cattle
the developers who( had enteJed {;- at bestcne-7'thankless :job. ", .,was,that thoughts was 28 years fit by this experience of mine tobacco to market. We have and we would not be able to ship busing plank, which Gov. Wal-
Into a contract for purchase *"Y .. onlng fi'--rd"- and turn unto the Lord and seek these lace' tried
=: + O1d1idhad. nevet'tweif'ln'aiqr\ certification forms In the cattle to other states. 'This we to give to the committeE -
of the if needs ''and I -: "- forgiveness of their sins while .County. Agent's OfflcW. It ?'
property, rezoned leadership can no troQb1t'""rorcf.tfttf"lime:i het ? ; you cannot afford becan --our mar .
killed Arnold that whiskey there is yet time, for we do. are a grower, you.1can' sign ket requires -Koy Douglas Grlffls
might resort to legal action longer provide that leadership Brytner; not know the time we will be that a majority; of
against the city for its rescind- ," He aid, pointing oat did It. and that all,' brought face to face with the them when you pick up your our cattle be shipped north and
white and black, should take tobacco marketing' card from west for and
growing
finishing.
ing action. that his duties as chairman Master and not have time to the ASCS Office.
warning from him look to their Remember There are other
This is just one of the zone- of the County; Board make it souls and I let Whiskey alone. prepare ourselves for that that this certification is in addition directly affect the aspects cattleman.that Tomlinson

ing problems that presently Impossible for him to devote He then opened the Bible and meeting. If the people will to the certification that The most Important Is what happens Qualifies For

confront the City; which has time to city zoning problems. read the latter part John' XIV they read and will study be a the better Bible people more for you sign In the ASCS Office when a cattleman has a"reactor" "

a woefully weak zoning code and the first part of John XV and there will be no need of price support.If or animal that is Circuit Judge
with The two resignations of last In a lteady'voice.. When found to have brucellosis. If ,James
which to meet such emer- scaffolds and !ails. Whiskeyhas L. Tomlinson, Gainesville -
gencies. Another headache is ',.wee!.; make it necessary that"the' time Denmark was looked past 11:30 Sheriff caused more grief than not you are attend a cattleman the meeting and did veterinarian this happens will to you, a state attorney, has qualified as
at his watch other In the world. come to your a candidate for Circuit Judge,
the .. city take action on filling any thing
matter of handling mobile ; frequently, but he had not the last Thursday night, you farm, quarantine your herd and Croup 5 which served Alachua
homes 'in the absence of these vacancies at a time when missed some good information initiate a testing ,
a land heart to tell the reader t to program to ,'Baker I Bradford Gilchrist,
which important zoning Issues are When about the Federal-State Brucel- remove all reactors. Cooperation *
use map would designate stop. the reading was Levy, and Union Counties
certain areas where mobile pending. It must also fill the ended Mitchell was turned .toward MITCHELL'S CRIME losis (bangs disease) Eradication and understanding is the A graduate of the Universityof ;

homes would be permitted, and 5 Kips| In the zoning code and get the West. The crime for which Mitchell regulations Program.of this The program rules and affect County key. Call Agent's or come Office by your In linson Florida Is College of Law, Tom-

other areas where they would if In shape to meet the needs of Besides those already mentioned paid the death penalty was the all cattlemen whether or Starke if you have any questions now serving as a member"of -

not. 1972.. the Baisden brothers, killing of Arnold Brymer a not they agree with It. or want to know more the Juiclal Administration
C.A. Knight A.C. Dyal, Mall- well known negro of this section Bradford County had been about this program. Committee of the 8th Jud-


IJ 1 The PossibleImpossible"Can / J Jacksonville ory Jones, ,Sheriff and Sheriff Dowllng Ramsey of. murder, early was in committed the spring.at The the CCC-;..':_:.._...__. __,.u-co "-:-jI.___._...........u"..."".,.. ...U ....u ........... lie icial was Circuit born In Bar Avon Association Park in 1930

of Calnsvtlle were on the home of Hattie Williams and has resided In Gainesville
scaffold. Lincoln City, one of Starke's since 1948, except during a

I Senator 'McCovern ,.[ colored suburbs The testimony I. period of military service.
rely coalition
new : --one of 1ug
win?" That is Sheriff Denmark and his at the trial showed that Brymerwas He Is a member! of Phi Delta
the question youth, of minorities of women brother Sheriffs now began to sitting at a table going over Phi legal fraternity, and various
that is on the minds of many; .voters and the anti-establlsh- strap Mitchell's arms closely some tax receipts with the William \ other legal, fraternal, and civic

1 Democrats who didn't believe U went and anti-boss factions In to his side, and then his leas woman and that !Mitchell by George Hujjlns organizations.'
six months ago that he had a .. party.; were strapped together. :Mitchell walked up to his back and stabbed lie is married and has threechildren.

chance to get the nomination. As one analyist has pointed was as quiet as a lamb;he. him in the head with a big Ii .
.
showed no bravado, but he did knife. The blade penetrated'Brymer'
Some of these Democrats k ABOUT THINGS
Tout these
) alienated segments not quail; instead he calmly brain and he died i
particularly many in the South 'of the party coincide: : to a marked watched the work of the sheriffs soon! afterward. Walter Prevatt

who followed the Wallace ban- degree to the once-mighty; He was then put on the precise To

ner, no doubt wish he couldn'twin Democratic coalition: that center of the trap and Mitchell was detained by ZIPPER CREAM to write about all the Farm Bur- Welcome
and on the face of it Mr. Denmark pulled the black others present at the time and This is '4-H
now, .Franklin Roosevelt first put together In a few minutes a now variety; large- eau programs and what the organization DelegatesWalter
officers
their hopes seem likely of ful 40 cap over his head. The noose reach- seeded cream type; peas that is
constantly
some years ago and Df the stout manila'rope ed the scene and took him Into trying
filment. was should have a popular future as to achieve. Prevattof Starke, president -
which kept Democrats In custody. He
power then around was tried at the
put his neck and seeds are available It is
popular of the State 4-H Council,
Senator McGovern for 32 of those If minor- tightened the knot spring term of the court and was
faces an years. being placed for retention of green color, TALKING ABOUT THINGS_ will welcome delegates at the
angered and ities can be fused become lust behind the right ear. convicted of murder In the first good texture and real
alienated coterie they may degree. good fla One way of trying to keep opening session the 8th annual

from organized labor, as wail an unbeatable majority.; The vor.When our members up to date; we Florida 4-H Congress to be held
as nearly every Wsllacite In Senator McGovern believes preachers now started the'hymn harvested at full maturity have a community; covered dish on. the University of Florida
Peace FUNERAL
!
Like
the party a generally unfriend there is widespread discontent River.'! Now a SATURDAYThe ; the pods will lose some of supper three times each year. campus, July 2428.
something took
the green color and will cook These meetings are held at More than 500 4-H club members -
ly and skeptical: South, and the among American voters today. place that filled with wonder all funeral over Mitchell's and taste more like the "Crow- Brooker, Hampton and Law- their leaders and agents

opposition of the few big-city: ; If be Is right, It Is altogether who beheld it. The condemnedman body was held Saturday and Interment der" type; peas Harvested at toy Then there Is a n Annual are expected to attend the Con

politicians that are left in the possible that he can weld together standing there with the was In a private burying more succulentandgreenmaturity meeting in Starke with gress for four days of activities
black cap over his face and rope ground .near his father'lhome. everything furnished and /highlighted by
his minorities and deliver stage, they are also ready featuring a recognition
But McGovern's the around his neck, knowing that for easy shelling and If cooked Farm Bureau Best Fried banquet for delegates and guests
to Pre-
genius for same surprise the fall to death
was only a not more than twenty; minutes Chicken. on Thursday night. Winners Instate
organ ,tIon, so evident in the sident Nixon that he deliveredto question of moments, actually) A foolish rumor about him being they will appear more like an Our third supper for this 4-H events and project

primal '.., must be taken Into his Democratic<< competitors Joined In the singing. It was alive several hours after the English or garden pea and havea year will be July 29 at Law- work will be announced at this

acCCU) t. In selling the nomlnatton for th nomination at Miami evident that the preacher. execution hal gained currence, flavor approaching that of toy At this meeting we en- time.
lie faithful work' had not been In but there is of course no real green lima beans. Joy chicken pilau. It I. cook
put together ,an en- &t Beach vain, and to, the thoughtful ,anew foundation for the report. While Seeds were not commercially ed by a specialist brought In

significance was given to the coffin was being hauled home available for 1972 planting. A from Union OW1ty. OCS Graduation
religious faith, that blessed one of the men on the wagon few and
-..._- gift which sweetens life and thought he heard noise Issuing made.garden It trial plots than were To Be Held Here
was more ten CATS AND" KITTENS
supports us through the shadow from It, which by the way, was
back
.. =:::: of the years that our Florida Shame on you If you are the Commencement and Commissioning
::: valley of death. natural enough, as the body was -
"r The Bradford County still Umber and the road rough Experiment Station had this type; person. One morning about a exercises for the 1972
TELEGRAPH ; ..=-1'be8twe Sheriff Denmark pressed Ut- and the hands and feet would be product In mind. Jt was: released week ago when I went out to graduating class of the National

chell's hand and said, "Good apt in Jolting In a ipringless by this name' because pick up the paper a mama Guard Officer Candidate} School
ESTABLISHED ""i : \ bye, Hersey." He then pulledthe wagon, to knock against the coffin of its cream-type characteristics cat with five pretty; little kittens ,wUl be held at 10:30: a.m. Sun-
1S79 and being easy to shell. were comfortable day In the
t lever that'relealed the wall and produce a noise. very on National Guard armory -
; bolt of the trap. This was at The belief that It* Inmate was I am giving this brief account our front porch. A couple of In Starke.
wr q. : 11:46. Th* trap was double. till alive, once gai ring ground because I know a* a result ota months ago the same thing happened 'Members of the graduating
'So still and know that I a.Goel. and by means of cords and among Imaginative and excited very thorough 1971 and 1972 with a mama cat with class will complete their final

FLORfD A MESS> ; .. :-(PMlra 41. 10.) weight opened so qulckley that and superstitious darkles, It very"taste few test"were experience offered) to the A three kittens. two week. of training at Camp
the condemned man fell the was small wonder that they, ,I About three weeks while Redding on July 22. Butch
public this ago
during time by the
ASS eight and a half feet that the of Marke U a member
n s' opening coffin
upon should the
QCt'ATlON day was bright with
two sunshine -
or three farmers who obtained
I These are days of fear and trap allowed so suddenly that think that, they detected signsof we saw a of the graduating class
uncertainty In our beloved the falling could a few seeds. Two crop person drop *
hardly be life.
.- / ) awn a puppy out. We
are grown each year so maybe picked up
land of dread and anxiety "ON'IEAN'S
dEL .. t"H' : : there will be more seeds for the puppy,'caught the car and LIST
'< "' about our future. Frightening The body made a few spatfmodle The Telegraph heard this tale next spring. Some maybe gave the three girls their puppy I<<'AT.WlLUAM CAREY

f predictions come over the air twitches, after which It the same day but paid no attention planted DOW for harvest by first back. ', .... .
MATTHEWS,' Editor-PubH.h.rL/ waves In our newspapers-the was still. Two gasplngs for to It, and no mentionof of October. The city has a place for these 'Donna Sparfcman. daughter of
PukliiKcd each Thursday/ and ntril at Sec.,j temptation Is to 'lose faith and breath were noted by Dr s.Freeman It should have been made, FARM BUREAU animals If you do not want them. Mr., and Mrs. James Spark
Class Matter at the Past OHi/ at Stark, de and Gunter and Roger Well had It not been that an enterprising Seems like you would be much man.' and Harry B. Loper
courage.W. seek of mind Bradford U eon
medical County recogni
a
., Act of 3d..1819. peace student who were Starke correspondentto better satisfied of
March _f'1 by calling the B.-Loper all of Starke
and soul' value of Farm Bureauor were
SuksciON.aand In traaV .r..: ''I 1 year, S5.00; ide nd peace for our .present. The rope had beenarWully the Times-Union of the 23rd sing the not have ended city rather than Just a drop off art the Dean's List for the
ft..* '.,.or 1 '..'. $5.50. country Let ua take a quiet stretched beforehand lest (COve day after the al- June we would and you wonder If they made spring semester at William
with 601 members.
moment to reflect Do lore so that the ghastly "dance Ufced event)made My It
: we pn a sensational or starved. Don't be. cruel Carey College, Hattiesburg,
God Do we trust in Him nothing so common at hang tory of It. fingers are not strong enough to animals. Miss.1 .

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Maybe It's the
nw politics
a new' type; ) of politician but, : Everyday Low Prices!
whatever It U,the portent for'
great change. Almost Jt
erery '" I 1
town. city; state and National 1 i 3ft I r a/ 1 Weekly Specials!
GovU. are girding(or the elect* L
lona this rail. The grassroots
politically seems to be sinking
deeper Into the soil of American
politics. We are political
people because we are part of
the Federal Social Security; Act r
plus Medicare and State Medic- L4
aid Provisions. Our lives are f ,yew
I
'
securely tied to the political fy r i, 'e
system. We have nowhere else :
to go except to appeal to these
august bodies for relief from
our straitened circumstances
our fixed source of Income and
medical attention. Quantity Rights tY J" r r JtiJ
There are many other fields Reserved
In which we need constant
WINN DIXIE/ STORES. INC.
support and action from our legislators COPYRIGHT $72 I
such as transportation -
housing sewage, nursing/ PRICES GOOD JULY 20 THRU JULY 26
homes Income taxation,National "
health Security, retrain- i Ll S .
ing and rehabilitation education 1
day medical health care .
Art SAVE lOc Lb. WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF EYE
for the and the
centers poor
elderly. We want to be heard .,a W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE Round Roast $))59
and to assist In all possible V LB.
ways In all of these multiple '. FULL CUT BONELESS
BRAND USDA CHOICE 1EFGround /
i programs to the bestof our abi
lity.' Chuck LB.99C
We seniors, who have lived .' .

through the great depression of : SAVE lOc Ib USDA Gr. 'A' UiC Ftoicit W D BRAND Reds Boil.d BroiUr
the 30's. plus four devastatingwars
k
have suffered most because Round Steak Turkeys : 'lv49e
of low Incomes during .
this period and now we doubly : SAVEc SUNNYIAND THIN
suffer because of the scourgeof
Inflation when our Incomesno Sliced Bacon 69C
longer meet the IncreaseIn -
the cost of living. It'Is'
SAVE I7c TARNOW CHIPPED" BEEP, HAM OR
therefore refreshing and stimulating .
that Frank L. Williams 18 3 $1)
Turkey ,
candidate for [Representative of : : -
the 25th District approached us R .t 5 $ SAVE ,
40c QUEEN All VARIETIES
to discuss the needs of the e /
senior citizens as a plank In his Meat Dinners 2 ."c 99CSAVE
platform Including his deep concern -. .
for all constituents In District .
lOc Ib ARMOUR STAR GRADE 'A' QUICK FROZEN LONG ISLAND
25 and all the people In %aJe
1loricla. This is the first time LB.69c
that a candidate has come to us 33 Ducklings . .
to ask about the Immediate
SAVE lOc Ib SUNNYLANO TENDER HALF OR WHOLE .
needs of the elderly instead of PER LB.
us having to go to them. We LB Smoked Hams LB.69c
were able to supply Frank with ..
Information because of my

recent trip to the White House SAVE lOc 111. GRADE 'A' .HINDQUARTERS OF DEL MONTE CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEL s:::... .......j

Conference;I Frank will on speak Aging.at our Club Turkey . .LB. 29c Corn 0 4 CANS $1 1111MirLacle
Meeting July 25 with a periodof W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE
questions and answers to fol- SAVE 4c Lb TASTE O' SEA RED PERCH 'STOR >AllAD ORESSjIrsrGMiracle
low. We cordially uwlteall seniors -. 1
members or not to attend. Fish Fillets LB 59c Tea ,Bags '. o. 1SoCT-99e CUBEDiAEi
I Had a.short. visit with Karl 3 Whip
I and /Ada Hoist Karl looks good SAVE (10 FRENCH FRIED HEAT & SERVE SAVE 'Oe' LYKES VIENNA

I and normal we hope soon.to Houston see him Drlscoll back to Fish Sticks 2 99e Sausage 5 CANS $1 1 STEA KS

I liansfcrred I.vIlchua ". .. .n. ",.. .' '' it
was | \ HUSKIES'BUFFET
Ii Cvneral. Hospital fOI"IIIl'Uler. ,1fj : ; '
lroauncnL..h dial Marian atest leporIs Uatcliclder\ Indicate ,. Saltines. .. BGX24c .Cat Food ....". 7"&s1; 1 00-1 1'h -'--- A S ii .

Margaret .Jackson, Lilly SAVE 4t CRACKIN' GOOD TOASTER DIAL
'
,I"hnsUilund'oln Vestal are recovering $ 9 8
nicely. Pastry . PKG.29c; : Bath Soap 5 BARS $1 4-: ;.
Next;; meeting July 23 lit I p. ;* #. '
m. Come, hoar and speak to CRACKIN- GOOD SNOWDRIFT

have Frank good Williams! time. and we will Cookies 3 Bae.S: :s $100! Shortening Vs' 69C .Kfyli.1% O*.. ."*** ,-,\ LBS.OR.

-Joe Kerrigan 3> .
DEL MONTI! CUT S'AAKY. Salad Dressing I C OVER
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Gr. Beans 4 CANS;: $100 Charcoal 20 s::0 SSe ,..;::,
JacksonvilleBusiness -
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1 GOOD SOUR CREAM OR ONION FRESH GEORGIA

I ". hips"N': ."V 2"88C Peaches 5 ".. $100SAVE I

MiPl.iilt.SINf: MiSGRTErPIT .
4; WELCH GRAPE CALIFORNIA

Directory Wit Jelly : 49c Nectarines 39cTomatoes.
.' LB
2-ROLL
3 S8c :
SAVE 14c THRIFTY FRESH CRISP,
PKG.
Auto Sales and Service: 4 $100 Lettuce IB23c
CANS .
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:Parrish Motors FRUIT DRINK HAWAIIAN SAVE 38c SUPERBRAND TWIN POPS ORDATHTOGETHER

SALES '' Punch 3 460.CANS. $1 1 1SAVE )00 Fudge Bars 2 'KGS.la"K. $100

SERVICE SU E
PARTS VOLVO it DIXIE DARLING HOT DOG SAVE 20c POLY BAG FROZEN FRENCH FRY

/ Buns 2 AS. 49C Potatoes 5 69
BAG
Always: Good lard' Can : ;
121 Laura St. Ph. 35C-5CI4 2 19c SAVE 9c DIXIE DARLING' COCONUT OR LIBBY-S LEMONADE LIMEADE OR PINK

AUTO ELECTRIC ROLLS Twirls 2 :. 69C Lemonade. 6 :CANS19c s


PEAVY Brother. SAVE B< THRIFTY MAID ITomato *'-*4!
:,L ; ) ;., DIXIE rWilffiM 20.
Electric Co., ""
38C 20'iSAVE
Alternator Starter Catsup BOTTLE : 20C r d

Generators R.gvlat.r i DETERGENT :; ON 3 OZ. SIZE
SAVE I6c JUMBO KLEENEXPaper d
<'0 LIMIT
AUTO ---- TRUCK ___ Giant FABSVVE 111\1'11I1 RESRA Ft :PfR I d
DIESEL Towels I 4 ROLLS 1 NESTEA -' LY

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(PIANOS:. 5 LB. 48C 20''ijJ'j'J.OFFM: : EXpiRES JULY 26 y99 ZO

YAMAHA: I PIANOS Sugar . . BAG
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Joe Lamb Wins BROOKER in' BRIElr+J

Spot In Sports
BY LINDA' c. cox.
Hall Of Fame r
By Ellaa..... Terry BROOKER BAPTIST- the many enjoyable and meaningful tains with hersonanddaughter-
\ activities. The schoolis la.claw Mr. and Mrs.Harry Edwards -
CHURCH SCHEDULES Joseph G. Ooe) Lamb, eon of Miss Carol Marsh of.QulncyIs and
Joyce Futch on Tuesday. day overnight guest at herbrotherInlaw in session.. each Monday ,, of Jacksonville
Grace United Methodist: Sunday Mrs. Jessie Ma* SeeM of end liter:,*tr. the late Mr. and Mrs James conducting a School of Music through Friday from StlS till other,nIaU..s. They stayed

School 9:45:< ajn. Worship Marietta, Ga.visited her cousIns and Mrs. James Hagan,la Jack- Lamb, who moved to Starke la at the Brooker Baptist Church: noon until August L at Gatllnburg Tenn.; and enjoyed -
'Services. U ajn. and 9 pjn.Children1 Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Kelly onvlll. and visited horstUttr.Mr 1024. was Inducted Into the New this week. She is working with dally sightseeing In the sur
Tuesday Brunswick Sparta Hall of Fameat the Junior Choir In the after
,
Hour last Saturday.Mr. PERSONALSA areas,
*. Marian Hall, who underwent -
7 to 8:30: pun. Prayer Meet- and Mrs. Jack Estes of urgwrjr' In Baptist Hospl* the annual induction ceremony noon and the Multiple-age Choir housewarming was 'ftnbr: C lode Hlnton and Larle Temple -
Ing. Wednesday 8 >p.m. Choir Brunswick Ga. spent part of tai On Tuesdnjr abe taut her held on June 3 at the Lord at night. Carol Is a student at Mends for Mr. and Mrs. Monroe recently enjoyed a flight to '
Practice Thursday 7:30: p.khurch .- their vacation at their horns sons-in-law daughten&Mr. Beaverbrook Hotel In Fredericton Southwestern Seminary, Fort Barnes and family Tuesday Norfolk Neb. where they visit' I'
New Brunswick. Canada.. Worth Texas.SUMMER .
here. and Mrs. Bill Wolf and son, Pictured night" July 11. ed Lade'ndmother., Mrs.
of God: Sunday'School Mr. and Mrs. C.R.Crews and and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shu- Is above with Mr.Lamb. Mrs. Anita Bolen and children Lillian Lanmaa and other relatives. I

10 aon. Worship, 11 ajn. and Glennam were Thursday overnight ford and family at the home of Ms sister Glen Mrs. John E. SCHOOL of Etta Miss spent July They returned home July
6 Family Night; Wednesday Kunlg, of Burnle, Md. FIELD TRIPFortythree
p.m. guests of her son-In-larr uhothersoofowanddnhghtg 8-, with two of her sisters 13. .
7:30 pm.Highland and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mn. Floyd Martin In who attended the ceremonyMrs. students and five> and a brother and their fam We are) glad that Monroe
Baptist: Sunday Tommy Clayton, and son In Daytona. All of them returned Kunlg is the former adults enjoyed a trip to the ut... These were Mr.and M.... Barnes is home after another
School 9:45. Worship, 11 a.m. Jacksonville. to Lawtey Wednesday of last Dorothy (Dolly) Lamb of Gainesville Airport Friday; Monroe Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. week's. stay In the V.A. hospital
and 7:30: pjn. Prayer Meeting Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss week and the Bill Wolfe family Starke. cutive secretary-manager of They toured the FAA building Ray Goes, and Mr.'and Mrs. '
Wednesday at 7:30: followed Elizabeth Terry were recent left for their home In WUmI g- Mr. Lamb was born In Sussex.; the Ottawa Valley Curling As- and observed the 2 various wea Jimmy Drawdy., wad Ed
Morrriissb
by Choir Practice Canada In 1906 and started his sociation.Mr. ther-recording Instruments. Drat Polly :
dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. ton. Del. Thursday afternoon. of Mrs. Iva
I
Lamb Is also the brother Recent guests '
Edgar Wilkinson and family In torts career at any early age. The guide then released a hel Clark Obella Tetstone,Monroe
Mildred
of Victor Lamb and Mrs. John Douglas were Mrs.
BIRTHDAY PARTY After playing amateur hockey ium-filled weather balloon and
Hoi lister. Mr. Futch returned the. Jim Hall family reunion Crew of Starke and Miss Pat Riven of Lake Butler and Mrs. Barnes. i
,
Miss Arthurlne Blanchard for several years he joined the explained its uses. Upon completion -
to her home In Brunswick on was held last Saturday at the iI
Lamb of Daytona Beach Mrs Jessie Mae Soehl of Marietta
was hostess for a surprise home Montreal Maroons In 1927 and of the tour the group
of
Thursday. Mr. and Mrs W.H. l4nnethLamb I
birthday party; for her sister continued his professional Irene McDonald and enjoyed a milk break at Smoky
Ga.Mrs.
McClellan
and Mn. Las Morgan In Lawtey. About
Mr. 50 of Canada. Iva Douglas has returned 1
for Bear Park.
Miss Eiwa; Blanchard at the hockey career ten years,
attended a double birthday parlor members of the family attended hE t7itZ'rz&
Baker County Nursing Home at Ronald from playing with such teams as the The accompanying\ teachers after a two weeks stay with,
their Jacksonville
Macclenny last Saturday. The ty grandsons Gainesville Montreal Canadians Ottawa were Mrs. Jackson and Miss her sister Mrs. Virginia Blel-
honoree received several nice and Randall Reddish,at the State Lake Butler and Fort George Senators New York Americans,,l Hill. Mothers attending were Rag, in Lake Butler.

girts and 50 cards. Among those Farm on Friday night. Ca., and also Mrs. RoSha Smith Boston Bruins. St. Louis, and Mrs. Harlon Hodge Mrs. Waiter Kathy Bristol of Brooker and

attending were Rev. and Mrs. and son,and Mr.and Mrs.Henry the Detroit Red Wings Douglass, and Mrs.Leonard Cathy Lefevers of Graham left
Don Denton and children, and Charles Smith, of Tampa Loper of Starke; Mrs. Dorothy He was also active In other Booth, the bus driver. Saturday July 1, for Nashville, I
Mrs. Ernest Wells of Lawtey. spent the weekend with his par Herndon and children, Mr and- sports, winning the Ottawa Val- Mr. McKlnney. the school Term where mey visited Opry-

The hostess served cake and ants, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith Mrs. Lea McClellan, and Roy ley golf championship: In 1936. principal says that children land, USA. the Country Music

Ice cream to the guests. Mr., and Mrs. H.E. Slices of Morgan all of Lawtey. He Joined the army In 1939 "eN ___ -.__ may still enroll In the Brooker Hall of Fame and other attrac-
Palm Beach Thurs- and retired after 20 years of "The difference between Elementary Summer School tions. They also visited a recording 'No matter whether you
West were
BRIDAL SHOWERThe service with the rank of Lieutenant which continues through August studio and saw Hank'
day overnight guests of their lame and fortune la between are, on.thr. road or In unurfriinirnl.
First Baptist Church educational Colonel. Since that time getting face 1. Children age 5-13, who have Snow in person. They returned when red
brother-in-law and sister Mr. EZERASE TYPEWRITER Paper your or your you MT
home July 9.
building was the setting he has continued an active Interest not been attending Summer
"
and Mrs. Jim Rosier enrouteto Notebook Fillers.Brad- hands on a 15 bill. it U time to
.. LoWe Edwards enjoyeda lop.
recently for a bridal< shower In sports serving as exe School are invited to Join In
for Miss Brenda Starling. their summer home In Asheville ford County Telegraph. trip to the GreatSmoky Moun-
N.C.
After playing two the .
games andMlas
Mrs. Elsie Norman,
honoree opened her many gifts. Dorothy Swanbom spent the past ea.U IApdd arawm
The
hostesses Mrs. Caro-
of her +i ,
two weeks as guests aunt
lynHodgos Mrs. Darlene Norman
Mrs. Mabel Peterson, her cousin 301
.Mrs. Dottle Sue Prevatt +
;
Budzlck '
Mr. and Mrs. Roy
.
Mrs. Sharon Bennett; Mrs. :
and Martin Peterson, all of Chicago -
'r ia
Virginia Brice and Mrs. Shir- ..Carr-,
111.Mrs. ;
;
ley Starling served refreshments
Jeff Morgan of Albany
DRIVE-IN
to the 54 guests attend-
ing. Ga., was a guest of her parent,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kelley,

PERSONALS Wednesday to Saturday.. Show Begins At Sundown i
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Wyke Miss Debbie Napier Is visiting

and family of Laurlnburg N.C., her uncle and aunt Mr and FRI., SAT.. JULY( 21,22 "
who have been visiting their Mrs. ILL Wliktson, \\Jr./.and *SkGLFil r

parents Mr. and Mrs. W.A. family In Jacksonville. AStory Of Contemporary Family
Mislay for some time returned Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter
to their home last Sat- and their cousins Mr.and Mrs. e s Witchcraft In California.TfCHNICOlO .

urday.Mrs.. Claude Norman, of Hialeah lL1verq
Joyce Futch of Brunswick spent a week at Hot Springs Price Cite

Ca spent several days Ark. On their return trip they
with her sister Mist Eliza- visited Mr. and Mrs. B.E.Mc-

beth Terry and was a dinner Cardle of Laurel Miss. ?
guett of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wendell Kelly of Belie Glade C 0h
Taylor In Mlddleburg on Sat- visited his parents Mr. and 1Phh'L

urday. That night she had sup Mrs. H.C. Kelly Sunday to Frl- E pos ats

per with her son and daughterIn dav. e1 a
f fiarr
After the Hall Reunion at the +1 \ abs.relId;
law, Mr. and Mrs. Benton p0' ; ru0
W.1I. Morgan home on Saturday, 1 der 1 1 -
I
Futch and family In Starke and r / V" +
on Sunday visited her sister-.- Mrs. W. II. Hall, Mrs. Ora :dP! HEAs.\ rati rl
Mrs. C.E. Strickland In Gaines Spaulding, Mrs. Linda Johnsonand c"y; t
Slacks r' r.
+>AND Ic4NscopcMPLUS
,,
Everitt Hall and family all r.

vllle.Mrs.. Bonnie Cox of Macclenny of Jacksonville visited Mr.and agle 10 Roll
ill yrir ; Eagle
I
raised In j ,
was a recent guest of her Mrs. Les McClellan. the. ri..... fob. ; ; ? y=tae< 'toilet Tissue
Mrs. Nell Parrish was a Chlorine
liquid
Elva ..
aunt, Mrs. Reddish. rlcs.A .,01. ; :I 1 t'
Mrs. H.C. Harley and Mrs. Thursday overnight guest of her COlUMBIA PICTURES ,kctladpl laid. r4? nr L141II/aa1111J\ri, ... Nil bacteria
many ,
Mrs. O.J. Anders and .,...... + ,
Jackie Smith and children ot sister PWHNTS solids IM NII. CIIIIrNISI Controls growth of olgo Facial quality New In
Bushnell were guests of her other relatives during the week. A HAMMER PRODUCTION MenY'Wise" Y No.dpo.n, N*. O M wSllo or lovoty I "pastoll.. I
sister Mrs. Elva,: Reddish Mr. and Mrs. N.J.StrIckland, ... Slio' 30o 42. a I n ,oiornyZaragal barfgh t Bp7 / Jon..II.,I*' pacha!.. I
Randy Harley and other rela<.,. 'of'Lythla. wero*Saturday overnight 'I"'I' I et- -trern.no'oui. bWgaln' '
thee Airing the weekend. guests of their aunt Mrs. j'y.\ 01 the, law 1 "p/lt..Limit I 1.

1'01 rs.'Johnny Jenkins and son, O.J. Anders. While here tney .IIB. 'Our OUtountPrko .( 7 Dnn ten m
of Jacksonville were recent visited their unc leO. J.Anders, W. .Sn, e '
r 0...
IG; DI.cou.llt i
In Bradford
County Hospital.
overnight guests of her mother Durpn eum i Price Wac "ff
Mrs. U.J. Anders. Mrs. James R, Norman and 00I1IIDl1! Pr we.J / \
Mrs. Charles Rivers of Lees- song, were guests of her uncle ,

burg, and Mrs. Leon Campbell and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Earl it'S
of Seminole were gues ts or Mrs. Harvey in Seville on Saturday. : I
Campbell's cousins Mr. and Miss Enza Blanchard was SEEthe

Mrs. H.C. Kelly last Thurs- transferred from Baker County I
day. Nursing home Monday to St.Vincent's sensationalnew I Ic.1P
jJ8 41
aIe3
Friends will! regret to learn hospital for surgery star- : 1b d ? : /9-" $ I
that O.J. Anders Is a patient on Tuesday. Julie Ege! 5 pje : #f tl'G&.t Slmoniz\ Master War
In Bradford County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Red- 4 Eagla Protects & stoma, .
dish were Saturday overnight '. p Motor Oil sign washes.
Mrs. Letha '
Starling and 1 'L\ many
guests of their son-in-law and "';'7".fJ 1: Men's Shirts ''' ?t' H-D 30 Haddw.bl.Lm.h, t
grandchildren, of Jacksonville : .
daughters Mr. and Mrs. Jack ; r I ,100.. virgin. Paste won 14 ots l l.La.
were weekend guests of her Pong In Tallahassee. Permanent pr Men'* e .,ud.. High' Liquid' 18.... t
sister-in-law Mrs. Elva Red- Mr. and Mrs. James Anders Jrf<< fI 69* polyejt.tev Canvas -' ... I 'film strength .
: 35'i cotton Scar ... + 'fast }I I
1 .
..
;
I dish.Mr. and family of Palatka spent .' .. Fancy Casuals ; .,.....1 quo"'t...... .hoco,
and Mrs. Carl Moore Satruday with his mother.Mrs. : porwrn.a.t.p. Lightweight:- ,C..hron.d.-ol., '
of Live Oak called on Miss O.J. Anders. a-, 'a.e.. ld re 17. A..lOd 0010",5 an 7'0 12. Our DrcOqn : -
,
Pnc Wflt Oul Dc.i'1l
3 l.3 m t
I Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. Mrs. Hester Hicks' was a Mon- P"c. Wo. ,J..U1>>

/ !sit] Men's '_ "
o Our Discount ou, Dbeount : 259'0 ng %
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11 Sunday, Monday 'Tuesday. C dr Boots ft Loafers "hMIAr ..... ., l. glots' r. ,, D.cam.din
.
7:00: Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00FRIDVY July 23. 24. 25 Stretch Socks You would expect Ito t11A1L: rust' f.Indoor..on. cooting out*- p W' swan.-Bet.
Chooio from thli
100'r nylon,..""nd.. ..1.." "nt Supple. rkbulw. pay up to S 30 001 .. door moral wood, ,* r a n rrl, cola..Mar. A
styrofoom' &.plotic
SATt'RinV-' \ JULY\ 21. 22 who needs the ron colorSgalOroll' your foot Ast't" In Ion.. block solos.Siios end cordovan.Loothw 7. '12.. N.t _.,.hl 13 on.Men's d d blu.d bell.

world when you O..DI.U.1!! 1 1 0Dw

0Ml the moon D .eeunr Prlc. Wo.J .S Our DiscountPr.e.
TIM HAS A PET + _
wa.,14t '
Pne. c.Dwe..tt't
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,l e.awn MTIHNATION.lt teeHr.... Boys' Bonded Pants is G.[., TQ"I--,1.:.:.:.:.: I I I ":

PO 52'; ocrvl.e.38"riomit and 10't 't 2-Speed Fans :........:::::: I :rte "
'STANLEY nylon. Porch ..0...... Zipperodfront. ,. .::::::::.:.:.: Eagle I ':
... .ios4to7. New high. velocity5element I :: '
byaokiio Ai.ortod blodo., :,i.f:::::;: Pocket S ;
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Porful.d.. .. ..... "Magnetic ..... p.a..LAlher.kM :
0. Lubtlcatodi' O E. Sold .Co"' with ....ho... I
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PICTURES P3ESIVS"friends" cartridge. 60
tope
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Prm. & carrying strop. Ulot 9V batlory erne" .ploying' ,,_. J
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Vincent Price > A PARAMOUNT PICTURE c. I.w.Frahprmr.a soft 4IoO"
of collars.Suos Our DtscountPr
postals Vonoty ,
Sunday Monday, Tuesday July 23, 24, Z5t; 32 10 38. We 19:96 ,

fj8U1 Ladles'Stretch Slacks Out Drtait: .

?/?IOO' slr.tch nylon. Pullon. Ptieo Was Wbllt Rain I: Piecerlkillel Sets !1

.r -PLUS-, .Hip*>huggor stylos. Inth Hair Spray P..-.......,. Roody ii 1,
soosons. mo.t popularcolors. .1 ...u..c.., Ironworo.Idoollfor I
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Filing Fee Ruled Out Hall Asks Union Hospital May Open- Soon With Two New DoctorsAt

For last Union County has two Markman and Bruce Goldstein, Memorial Hospital and will would charge fees to patient.,
zor; Candidatescandidates .4th new physicians who have located who were brought to Union belt staff the new hospital and that their services would
Term
In Lake Butler with their families County; through the National Crtffls said. not be free as some persons
who cannot SflMrd .. and County; Commission Health Service Corps, an The lack of doctors: was one had believed.
to P ,yth filing fM without"undue School Board.. $137.50; Chairman Gerald Crlfflss says agency created by congressional of the factors that kept the hospital The) delay In opening the 25-
hardlJhtl", may tun for salary. : (2,750.County On BoardSchool the out look Is good for opening act to provide medical from opening more than a bed hospital has also been due
offle.Without this rec'dr.m.nt' Commissioner the new $818,000 Union General services for rural areas. They year after work on It was com to differences between the Union
but" *oss> who can afford to pay 9195.50; salary at present, Hospital within a few weeks. will conduct their practices pleted. County; Commission and theorIrtnal -
(will advance to.$4,000 Board Chairman Rod
must continue to do so,,,accord- $3.919 The new doctors are Robert from offices in the old King Grtffls said that the doctors: of Trustees.'
In& to a ruling by'' thre In 1973) ney P. Hall qualified at noon
Judge Federal panel kitting a *In --Sherllr. $600; salary last Friday July 14. as a'candidate : :.::.::.::.::.::.::.:.:.:..:::.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:::::.:.::.::r:: :r:::::::::, :::r:::::::::::: :r:: :::mrrr:::::::::::::::::;::::::::::: :::::: :::::::::::r:r:::::; :: :rr::::::: ::::::: :::: :::::::::::;::::::::*::: :;$' .r: :: :':::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::: :.::.,:,:;:.;..:;.:.;.:.:.::,:,::;:::;:;:::;:;:;:;:;m
Tampa.< <' 12000. for re-election to the ; ;;; : :::: : :: :: : :: :: :: : : ::: ';';';;; ; : ;:;:";:";:'''; :;
In spit of Its --Clerk of the Court $550 Bradford Board of Public Instruction -
; !
called the i fee .yfteZ-reaVonL salary, 11000. District 4 (Hampton- I
.. Tax Assessor and Tax Collector Theressa). ATTENTION
able In! *11 r..P.ct.," tad AId
It would remain In effect for of- $550 ; salary 11000. The veteran school board
flee aMKers who can afford --School Superintendent, member seeking fourth four- %
to $880.55; salary, 17611. ;year term, thanked citizens of
"rhe fee law requires ..Supervisor of Registration, Rodney Hall Bradford County;; for their past I

filing J" Candidates to persons pay the $400_-County:salary $8.000.Judge $1,200 to support and for member opportunity of the;
state five serve as a
In alary.order of to per the qualify.cent office of they the'Two annual seek salary 1972), $24,000.. (starting In January Stolen TiresRecovered school"I will board.continue to serve In I: MOBILE HOME BUYERS ,

cent of this goes to the State per -_State"Repre e tatlve. $600; a fair honest, and efficient
Executive Commltte and three salary, $12,000.Circuit manner and humbly ask for

por the cent Committee to the of county the; party Execu to salary-- $32,000.Candidates Judge. $1,600; Cash and Carry Tires was your states.continued support" Hall i1ilil Are You Having Trouble Buying II''"

which the candidate ; for the last three robbed')f two tires Friday night Hall Is a retired Army Reserve -
belongs. offices their about 11:04: and was reportedby officer and ::;:i
Under the new ruling a pay qualifying feesto now serves : % ;::
unable to pay the qualifying person fee the Secretary of State in Tal- Mrs. Faulk. wife of the as a sergeant in the Florida A Mobile Home?
must first sign an affidavit lahassee. owner Joe Faulk. National Guard. lie Is marriedto n1 1 fW:
County Judges and Circuit the former Janice Dansby.
:afford stating the under cost oath without that he cannot Judges will run on a nonpartisan The.subject went through the The couple has two sons:Steve 1I11j I
undue
,hardship. ticket this year, and their east side window and apparentlyused 16 and Richard, 12. Reasons "
Candidates for names will be printed on a special a hammer of a slmular The Halls reside eight miles :::;:::; ::::::
county; office tool to break the glass according south of Starke in
would have to abtaln ballot, separate from the the community -
a petition
containing the Democratic and Republican! bal to Starke Policemen ; of Theressa. Hall was : :

per cent of the signatures population of one of lots. Scotty; Rhoden. has born been In Bradford a resident County of and the 1i;;;;;; Credit. :::1;
the county In order to qualify. Later In the Investigation the M M
In the case of Bradford County. e two tires were found In some county Hall; since.is active in the Florida Down
Payment
this would mean about 150 sig- In Induing a broadiidc Invitation bushes by Rhoden. School Board Association.lie- 11111j;; f;
natures since the 1970 census ( to the nation's birthday is vice-president of (the school Or Other
,
listed 14,625 residents 1i j j1! Complications
county. Such petitions of would the party In 1(76 President Nixon AI yet are no suspects according board association district com 1 1Jillil'
III i like an earlier political: fig. to the report filed on posed of Alachua Bradford

have before j to of the be Elections presented qualifying Neva to deadline Supervisor Flynn lire cake."laying. "Let 'em eat the robbery. Clay and Union Counties. Jillil'' I Can Help You 111111! :


of July 25. They have to keep repaint. Showers Only Dampen CountyAn
The challenging the qualifying .' jt 1 'Call Collect jj
fee was brought group ing that Tom Sawyer fence in .' Me At 904-325-9752 I
of prospective candidates who Hannibal. Mo., every year. average of .13 Inches of month to 3.9.
contended It was unreasonable. You'd think an aluminum sid rain fell on Bradford County; All of the rain at the three 1:1 ASK FOR MR. CLARENCE 1 j ij
and kept the "poor" candidate ing salesman would have last week during an eight day towers fell on Friday and Saturday .
from running for office. period in spite of almost dally with most of it falling
found the
place by now.
Arguing for the State In behalf falling In different parts of Saturday.Two 1111/11'/ II/II/!
of the qualifying fee, the the copnty.; fires burned three acres BRYANT MOBILE HOMES
Attorney General's office said New River last week according to logs
the fee< Is needed to protect highway A fellow with who was Hire oat children OB the spot measuring was .2 the Inches wettest of filed. at the Division/ of Forestr3' t;::1:11:;;;1:11111: ; ;111; ;111111 m11f:-1ili; 1;11;;f:;11;;1 m1m1mm1r:1; : : ::1:1:: j: jj: 1 i11j1j1@f:1j11j1fj; :; ; : j1jj1ffj; ;;:: 11; [1jmj jj1fjjj111j1:;; 111j1fjj1j1j1j111j1W1jjjj:1jj:1jj:1:1j: ; [ ,:[::[;::;:::::;:::[::=j:1:=1:1:1:1:1j:1m:1::;:;[:::[::: :;;=1j11m1j;;;: ;;; m111mf;; :]i i
Florida from "frlvllous candidates. rain putting the total of the .
.- If the fee Is In the back seat and the Democratic
removed month so far to 3.9 Inches.
Convention on the radio .
there would be -
so many candidates Santa Fe was next In line
that ballots could not be say It gave the effect of measuring .15 Inches over the BonuiBuyAtatNV 1
handled, they would be so large stereophonic aquabbllng. week. Santa Fe's fire tower AH I I .1.
It was said.Qualifying. C has a total of 4.7 Inches so SVl'G.I JEreryPayLowPrice, EveryDayLowPrite
fees for the various far this month. .
"In the convention of I
offices In Bradford great
County;
Lewis Hill tower In Lawtey
based on five per cent of the annual life," says Shotgun"Schultz:, "I counted .1 Inches of rain last 4801 an 78c CENTER CUT. Pantrv _
salary. follows am a nondelegate. .
are. as" : week bringing its total for the REGULAR GRIND
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EXEMPTION GRANTED 197; First Presbyterian'' Church, CALL FOR BIDS Attorney for Petitioner whose All of said property being In Treasury Department

In Accordance with Section 396 N. Cherry St.* Starke Fli Seated bids will be received ,address .Is 138 West can the County .of Bradford State NeWs

196.194 Florida Statutes 197: Church of God 422 I& SC at the Farmers Market Street Starke, Florida, and of Flojrjda.! PROPOSALS: May not be withdrawn -

The Salvation Army. Rt. 3. Clair St.. Starke. Fla. Brooker Florida, at 11:00a.m. file the original with the Unless such certflcate or certificates for thirty days after bid
Box 145. Starke. Fla.. Church of Cod 635 McMahon on the 27th day of July Clerk of the abovestyled Court shall be redeemed ac- date. By Elizabeth Givens Walker

Church of Jesus Christ of St., Starke, Fla. 1972 for the sale of surplus ..n or before August 3. 1972; cording to law the property cr
Utter Day Saints 1404 E.B..- Assembly of God Drawer C THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER IF; OES NOTICE *
? land Parcels 20 (Part), and Otherwise a JudgmVmt.may be described In such certificate night. Prayer Meeting Wednesday -
sent Rd. Starke. Fla. Lakeland. Fla.. 33802. 17Part.) and 20 Part). Section entered against you for the certificates will be sold to the ANY Will be so notified with- Dell Chapter 168 will meet night. Thursday night >
Board of Public Instruction, St. Edwards Pariah N. Temple 2804-201 ((28520-260U) relief demanded in the Peti highest bidder at the courthousedoor In five days after bid opening Thursday at 8 p.m. In the Masonic the Ladles Circle will meetat

P.O. Box 939 Stark. Fla. Ave., Starke Flay; State Road 18 ( -231), Bradford lion for Dissolution of Mar- on the first Monday In The School Board of Bradford Hall on Brownlee St. All the home of Sister Emma
Longbrldge Christian Church. Smyrna Miss BapU Church, County. rlage. Month of August, 1972 which County reserves the right to members are asked to be present McKay. Friday night there will

Rt. 1. Lake Butler. Florida. Pratt Myrtle .Starke Fli. No bid will be considered WITNESS my hand and the Is the 7th day of August, 1972. reject any and all bids and to and on time. be' a church cleaning. Saturday :
New River Baptist Church Rt. Air Park Baptist Church, 1 N.* waive any Informalities. The Chapter Is also sponsor- .
the Dated this 26th
unless It Is submitted on seal of said Court on this 30th day of June will sell dinners
Orange SU Starke..F1& Thomas L. Casey Jr., Super- Thursday
I. Brooker. Fla. official proposal form provi- daY of June. AD,1972. 1972.- Ing a Biblical tea romL the kitchen. AnnualWomen's
Mt. Vernon Methodist Church.Rt. Midlson Su Baptist Church, ded by the Department of GILBERT S. BROWN GILBERT S. BROWNBy ; Intendent School Board of night, and all members are Day Celebration;
.. 1 Fla. P.O. Box 378. Starke Fla. Bradford with this
Brooker. asked to cooperate
Such County
Church of God In Christ, Bradford Lodge *:35 F ft AM Transportation. proposal CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Beulah M. Moody D.C. activity starts Sunday with Sunday School -
forms and Information o'clock
P.O. Box 64 Sarkala. COURT 'Clerk of Circuit Court of at 9:30. At 11
Brooker Florida. 7/20
83ADVERTISEMENT
regarding this Call for BY) Beulah M. Moodv D.C. 3t Mount Carmel Free will Baptists .
Churc h of God. Box 179], Madison St., Baptist Parsonage. Bids may be obtained fromR. First Publication, July 6.. 1972 Bradford County Florida. ADULT CLASSES Church of Palatine will

Ocoee. Florida. 1404 W, Starke. H. Johnson District Administrator 7/8 4t 7/27 7/8 4t 7/27 Adults Interested In continuing render services. Dinner will
Church of Christ their education for a bet-
Brooker
Fla. Praro' Department of :\ : FORBIDS be served at 12:30 and a pro-
Florida. Jones Transportation.Lake City, ter Job self improvement are will be held at 3 p.m.
Church & School Rt,1 I. Melrose 56 715 Edwards Rd. Starke OTlCE'OF APPLICATIONFOR asked to apply at the Vo-Tech gram '
Florida. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S !NOTICE Is hereby given that The Carnation Social and Saving -
Florida. Fla. Each bid must be accompanied COURT OF BRADFORD COUNTY TAX DEED sealed bids will be receivedby Center. For Information, call Club will be our guestAt

Brooker Missionary Baptist MU Plaguh AM.E; ; Church. by a Cashier's checkor FLORIDA. IN PRO- Sec. 194.16. F.S. the School Board of Brad- 964-6150. 6:30: Rev,G.G.' Mcarthur

Church The Church Brooker of God Florida., Gen. Del Starke.New Jerusalem.Florida.. "'IChurch of other In non-cancellable an amount of$100or instrument BATE NO. 1 1-1987. NOTICE'IS HEREBY GIN"EN.! ford Count-, Post Office CHURCH NEWS and congregation from High
render services.
will
Brooker. I'la.Brooker IN RE: Estate of ALICE II. Drawer \U3U, Starke.- Florida Greater Bethleham Free Will Springs
God. Inc. RU I I. Starke Fla. 10 per cent of the amount that CASSIE SEABRIGHT the The public Is invited.
Baptist Parsonage Bradford Co. Vol. I Ire Dept. bid on each proposal form, McINTOSH Deceased. holder of the following certi- 32091 at 9:00 a.m. August 8, Baptists Church Rev. Jasper
Brooker, Florida. Uox 786 Starke, l....a. whichever amount Is greater. NOTICE; OF FILING: FINAL: ficates has filed said certificates 1972 for the Construction of Williams pastor. Choir No.3:
Pine 11111 Lodge F & A M Bethel Baptist Church Is REPORT AND APPLICATION; for a tax deed to be Issued the "Bradford Bus Garage"a and Ushers Boards /No.2: meet Ebenezer Baptists Church j
This deposit a guaranteethat
Brooker. Ma.JXxlan Starke Morida.7Ui the bidder if successful FOR DISCHARGE OF EXECl-: thereon. The certificate ( metal building), at which each Monday night. Senior Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sun:' j

Chuch Ut. I, Brook- : Day Adventist Church will enter Into a written con- TOR. numbers and years of issuance, time bids will be opened and Choir Meeting! each Tuesday day School will terminate services ,/
!Notice\: Is given that Class
hereby the Bible
for
vr, I I' la.Oak Ioxl313 Orlando I la. the description of the property read aloud. ...... day. ,
tract In deeping with the termsof 1 filed final ..............
have report Prayer
my each Monday night.
Crovo; Ind. A. F.. MI'.. Grace Baptist Church Grlf- his proposal. Deposits submitted and the names In which It was ;
Executrix of the Estate of
Hmoker. lorlda. fls Loop Starke "Florida. by unsuccessful bidders as assessed are as follows: PI.AXS. SPECIFICATIONS!: machine. Meeting each Thursday night.
Hock Church. lit. 1 I. Brooker ALICE H. McINTOSH deceased Certificate !No. 47 Year of .
Church'of
,
Soutliside Christ
will be returned Immediately DOCfMENTSMay : :
that I have filed .\\n CONTRACT: Greater Allen Chapel AMli .
my
Florida. Starke Florida.Hampton I following determinationof ; ; Issuance 1970, Description of be obtained from --Gilbert S. Brown, .
: Miss. application for distribution and Clerk Church Itev. C.E. Jenkins ,
Bapt.
Evergreen Baptist 'Church Property COM SW COR OF
the successful bidder. of Don It. :\Morgan
the office
and that
for final discharge ; lt--7/20 pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m.lIoa'nlng .
WI/2 SE1/4. Of
El/2 OF
OF
Church lit. 1 I. Lawtey Fla. Hampton i Florida.lIaml1ton The Department reserves the architect, I l'.A., Post Office
Service at 11 with
I for ,
I will 210'
August I. 1972 applyto E
Northsido Baptist Church Rt, Vo. Fire Dept.. right to reject any or all bids on SE1/4, Box 987 (Walnut Street) Green >
Vol. Fire the Honorable THERON: A. :N; 420' E 105' S 420' the outh In charge Fellow-
Hampton UepU,. PUB ,
waive technical errors Florida 32043 NOTICK'I :
,
and to Cove
Springs .
2 Box 100. Starke. I la.llellbron 3 Evening
Hampton Morida. for the YAWN, County Judge of Brad- W 105' TO POB SEC 9, T6S ship Hour p.m. ?
be deemud best for
as may and as follows: will not be responsible
Baptist Church Service 5:30.FUNF.IJAL .
ford County! Florida for ,
Christian: Church Hampton, ; ap- R-22-E.
KU 2. Itox 78-10:, .Starke rial Florida. Interest of the State.MANAGEMENT:\ proval of said final returns Name which assessed Pion- Associated General Contractors any debts contracted by anyone l
Union l Prlmutlve llapUsc Baptist Church Hampton, PROPERTY:: and for an Order of Distribution eer Finance Company.All 1615 Hendrlcks AvenueJacksonville other than myself. -- Clarencet. : !! SERVICES! '
Church, % Vernon Keddish Ill, Florida. SUCTION: /::: andfor final discharge as of said property being In I lorida 32207F. Climer !Kt.: 1 I. box 118, Funeral Services tor* Joyce
2, .Starke, I'la. Right of W>ty Division Starke I'la., 2 tp. 7/20: Itcddlsh a faithful member of .
Macedonia BapU Church DEPARTMENT; OF TRANSPORTATION :; Executrix of the Win of the County of Bradford, State of
lluyless llwy Baptist Church Hampton, Florldi. ALICE H. McINTOSH de- Florida. \V, Dodge Company Choir No.2 of Ebenezer Baptists -
Parsonage lit 2, .Starke Flo- Hope Baptist Church: RU 1,, 7/13 2t 7/20 ceased. Unless such certificate or Post Office Box 5647 NOTICE/: Church were held:(Saturday -
rida. Box 65, Starke. Florida.. Dated this 28th day of June certificates shall be redeemed ((1512 Montana Avenue) The Board of Tax Adjustments July 15, at the church '
Hay less Hwy Baptist Church Theressa Center to law the Florida 32207 with Rev. Leroy Davis offlclatins. -
Community ,, 1972. according property Jacksonville will meet on August 7, 1972 at I
Itt, 2. Marke. l nor Ida. UL I< I I. Starke. Florida. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BELLE PRIEST as Execu- described In such certificate 2:00: P.M. In the Board of County Burial was In, Clark,

Pine !Level Baptist Church. Church of God by Faith,, FLORIDA, EIGIITII JUDICIAL trix of the Estate of ALICE or certificates will be sold to CONTRACTORS: Will, upon receipt Commissioners Rooms! Bradford Cemetery under direction. of
Itt. 2. Marko. Horlda.iruham Ut,1 I I. Melrose. Florida. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD H. McINTOSH Deceased. the highest bidder at the court of Ten Dollars ($10.00) County {Courthouse to hear Chestnut & Halle.

(; Baptist Church Graham Faith Presbyterian' Church COUNTY. CIVIL AC- 7/6 4t 727NOTICE house door on the first MondayIn made payable to Don R. Mor'Architect. complaints of their Asses- ,
Inc. lit, I 1. Metros*;ft b Month of August 1972 whichIs be '
I riorldu. TION. CASE NO. gan, specific sments. A Classified Ad in the TELEGRAPH
Calvary liapUstChurch, taw- Ebenezer Baptist 'Church IN RE The Marralge of COR- the 7th day of August 1972 two 'sets of plans and 7/20--2t--7/27 brings results. :
toy .Florida.luwlcy. Starke! Florida i )yfttMU i ALYN J. MARTIN Wife AND OF APPLICATIONFOR Dates this 28th day of June. cations 'collect. Full deposit
United Meth. Church Lion AME.IVU: 183. Uw- DAVID II. MARTIN Husband. TAX DEED 1972. less postage will be refunded
Box 205:>, Lawtey Florida icy Ma. VJAt GILBERT S. BROWN provided plans and specifications
Grand; Lodge #189 F & Ml.awtoy. City of Starke,4 I City, Hail DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE Sec. 194.16.F.S. By: Beulah M. Moody D.C. are returned In "good" GAINESVILLEBusiness
Uwtey Florida. Starke Florida L--+. NOTICE OF SUIT NO'rICE'IS HEREBY GIVEN Clerk of Circuit Court of condition within ten days of

First llaptlst Church of Law- Bradford County, % G. F. TO: DAVID II. MARTIN that. TOWN HOUSE ENTERPRISES Bradford County, Florida bid opening.

tcy lox 26, tawtey, Florida. Brown, Courthouse, Starke Street Address Unknown OF FLORIDA, INC. 6/6 4t 7/27 :
the holder of the following certificates -
Fla. Dentonville Arkansas ,
EACH RID: Shall be accompanied Directory
Jo'lrllllapUlt Church: of YOU ARE HEREBY) NOTIFIED has filed said certif- IN: TIlE COUNTY::- JUDGE'S: !:: by a chshler's check or bid
Lawtey J Parsonage, Box 26, I.I. Board Tallahassee, that an action for disso- icates for a tax deed to be Issued COURT: OF BRADFORD COUNTY bond, In the amount of five per-
Lawtey, 1.101'100.l.awtcy Florida. lution of marriage has been thereon. The certificate
FLORID. cent (5%) of the bid price
Cliurch of God P.O. Goodwill Ind. of North Fla., number and of Issuance, pay-
filed against you and you are years IN PROBATE*--- able to the School (Board of AUTO SA1.RS GARDEN SUPPLIES
Itox 77, l.awtey Florida. 4527 Lenox Ave.. Jacksonville, required to serve a copy of the description of the property IN RE Estate of JAMES REASON Bradford County,
Philadelphia Min Dept I'1a. J..P. your rittenZdefense.. If any and the names In which it was Deceased. BRASINGTON '
Church P.O. Box 24$, Law. to it assessed are as follows: NOTICE, TO CREDITORSAll THE SUCCESSFUL: : BIDDER

tey Florida. EXEMPTIONS DENIED Attorney for petitioner, whose Certificate No. 94, Year of creditors of the Estate Will be required to provide a (AIIIM.AC or.ns\unm: ,E: Johnson Faris, Inc.
Church: Lawtey, .Florida.. First Born Church of Living address 1s 138 West Call Street, Issuance 1965, Description of of JAMES REASON deceased Performance Labor and Ma- SALES A KKUVM'KFine .
#547 Pr ''perty. LOTS 6 A 7 OF BLK SEEDS PLANTS _
Rose of Sheron Lodge
the.or..1
Starke, Florida, and file
In the
God. Rt. I I. Starke Fla. are hereby notified and required terial Payment Bond a-
Lawtey Florida with the Clerk of the 16 IN KNIGHTS S/DSEC: 2188 SHretlon of Used, Can
amount.
Pleasant Grove Baptist to file any claims or mount of 100%of the bid lnertlriiesPet ,Supplies
Macedonia FWL Baptist' Church Rt. I, Box 491. Melrose above-styled Court on or be- T- R-22-E. demands which they may have Surety!; ,Company shall ;,be licensed T.iki'K .On Cadillac Trade .
Church Box 249 Lawtey ..0- Fla. <* ** M fore July-20. 1972)) oOierwlse a Names In' which assessed .Of ,, to do business, In the r 2001. V.VV', 13tk...- Ph.. 37S-UO '11si, FERTILIZERSWe'
rida. K. P. Lodge Stark., Fie Judgment may be entered. a- EAR ENTERPRISES INC. againstedCounnty Judge of state of Florida and shall be Rent FertllberZ34 Spreaders

: Florida. Church, JRU L Starke Fla., gal st you. for the relief demanded All of said property being In Bradford County,' Florida, In listed by the United Slates Barkley Motors Inc. N.W. ash Ph. :378'e478Toros
Lawtey.
Church
Church' R*. I Lawtey Fla, In''the Petition for the County of Bradford State the Courthouse at Starke, Florida Treasury Department. ,
Pentecostal Epic Churchof Church Lawtey, Florida. Dissolution of Marriage. of Florida. within six calendar months
God Lawtey. Florida.St. Woodmen of the World Camp WITNESS my hand and the Unless such certificate or from the date of the first not be GLASS
publication PROPOSALS May
John Baptist Church lu,. 13&. N. SU Clair St., Stark seal of said. A.D.Court 1972.on this 16 certificates shall be redeemed of this notice. Each withdrawn for: thirty days after 4 wheel drive and ors
law the
to
?. away Florida. Fla. daf.fune. & BROWN CLERKOF according property claim :or demand must be In bid date. Sales Parts Service F
Morgan ltd. : J'Jo'U Church of God In Christ olLawtey described in' such certificate writing and must state
Chapel THE CIRCUIT COURT the place Clean lined Toyota LIDDELL
Lawte)'. Fla. Or certificates will be sold to of I
Morgan Rd., Starke. Fla. residence and post office THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER
Pleasant Hope Meth Church. F ft AM Lodge Hampton, Fli BYi BEULAH' M. MOODY the highest\ bidder at the address of the claimant and IF ANY/ Will be so notified 1700 N Main 376-12fi ;

Rt. 2. Starke Florida Keystone Airport,.City of /29 DEPUTY CLERK court bouse door on the first must be sworn to by the clai- within five days after bid Glass Company
4t 7/20
PlneValley Cong Holiness Keystone lets, Keystone Monday In Month of August mant, his agent or his attorney opening. The School Board of Beauty Academy
Church KU 2, Box 19, Stark, Hgts., Fla.. 1972 which Is the 7th day of or It will become void Bradford County reserves the "Glass For Every Purpose" J

7/20217/29 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF August 1972. according to law. right to reject any and all bids POWELL'S Stone> Fronts-Mirrors ''i
Fla.Pleasant Grove United Meth. FLORIDA, .EIGHTH JUDICIAL Dates this 28th day of June BEATRICE P. JACKSON and to waive any Informalities. Beauty Academy Tub Encloauree.-Showers 1

Church, 941 Old Lawtey Rd. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- 1972. as Administratrix of the Furniture Tape Olus. Replaced
Starke Fla. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE FORD COUNTY.CIVIL ACTION GILBERT S. BROWNBy Estate of JAMES REASON. Thomas L. Casey Jr.
First United Meth. Church Notice Is hereby given that I, CASE NO.I392. : Beulah M. Moody, D.C. Deceased. SuperintendentSchool Leant a Profession In Tour ,

Parsonage, 160S. Ralford Rd. P.D. Reddish as Sheriff of IN RE The Marriage of MAR- Clerk of Circuit Court of JOHN KOPELOUSOSSHAW Board Spore Tim.-. Pull,or_ Port Time <* NEW LOCATION I'
378-2788
211! N W tOtlt :
Starke, Fla. Bradford County. Florida under GARET SCHMIELAU TUCKER, Bradford County, Florida. AND: KOPELOUSOS Bradford County 122)1 S.. Main C.aJM."lIte
Pine Hill Meth. Church, Rt. and by virtue of Writ of Wife and DAVID M. TUCKER, J/' tt 7/7:1 142 West Call Street ELECTRIC MOTORS '
2. Starke, Florida. Execution, to-wit:Execution Issued Husband. : Starte Florida 32091 7/20 3t 8/3 372-8191 1 372.1102
Antioch Baptist Church Rt. out of Small Claims Courtof. Attorneys for Admnlitratrlx 'f

2, Starke, Florida. Bradford County Florida NOTICE OF PROCEEDING NOTICE 7/13 4t 83ADVERTISEMENT ELECTRIC :
BPOE Lodge #1802, 2030 N. pursuant to a Final Judgementfor Tot DAVID M. TUCKER Carroll Smith Johns Et Al baa IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Motor Repair Co. M..TOn..ts: :
Starke Fla. made Application to the Brad- EIGHTH: JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF ,
Temple Town finance Co. at Starke Residence Unknown ioU' so $lIVICIOf
Robitso4Ave. Jenkins DeSue of Starke. Florida and against YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- ford County Zoning Board for FLORIDA IN AND FOR Gainesville, ins

A.M. Leg. Post 313. 1004 Harold D. ft Marlene Smith, FIED that MARGARET SCHMI reclasslflcatioo of the property; FOR BIDS BRADFORD COUNTY CIVIL Repairing Rewinding CJuwKI
ACTION: CASE NO. 1405 .
Florida St. Starke Fla. defendant In the amount of ELAU TUCKER has filed a Petition described below from RI-C to New and Used .... t"TEL-A. '
Greater Beth. FWL Baptist $400.00. together with costs of In the Circuit Court of MB Com rat SW Cor of SE NOTICE: Is hereby given that t.W.MARY. DUPREE ELLA ELIZABETH Plaintiffvs DU-- :/ .-....,...

Church 1111 Calvary St. Starke collection. Florida, Eighth Judicial Circuit 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Sec. 27. 6-2UC sealed bids will be receivedby PREE Tlfton. Ga. Defendant 2816 N.V. 6th St.- Ph. 372-OU8 ;'/

Fla.Bethel Have seized and have In my in and for Bradford County SI' 16' o" E 13.4804 Chns to,, the School Board of Brad- .. .
Baptist Church, possession the following det- the Petition being entttI COM. Mon., S 69' 28' 30" ford County Post Office MOVERS .. .'..:.
NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTY' "
Starke, Florida. cribed DerwwMl nropertv to- 11 The Marriage or MARGARET E 20.8921 Chris to Cone mon., Drawer 939 Starke Florida ArIfON LOCIE

Nw Hope Baptist wit 1962 4 dr. Chevrolet (pale SCHMIELAU TUCKER: N59' 48' 50" E 13.0936 chns. 32091 at 9:00 a.m. August: LDII' Dutance; Motliif ..UADU__ ...
Church 2948 Od Rd. Green) Tag 45W-2069. I. D. Wife and.DAVID M. TUCKER To MARY ELLA ELIZABETH .. 11. .
Lawtey S 87' 42' 0" E 42.0140 chns. 8, 1972 for the Heating, Ventilating Storage Packing ::. '-.:; :: :.:
Starke, Fla.Prince 218391130375 Title 6378097. As Husband. The nature of this S 30'14"0"E 29.4843 chns.. S and Air Conditioningfor DUPREE ....;.)
Hall Carver Lodge the property; of the above named Petition Is for the dissolution 7'24'20"W 8 chns to Corner of the Starke Elementary YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Crating Shlgplni 372-9577

#89. Stark, Florida. defendant and that on Monday of marriage.You lands this date conveyed aTom school, and the Souths Ide that an action for DIVORCE Free Estimate Call 0COMIT ,*# 1..,,_
the 7th day of August, 1972. are respired to file your Smith for FOB S 7'24" Elementary School at which hal been filed against you and
Church of God In Unity Lake it twelve o'clock Noon on said answer or other pleadings to the 20"W 22.297 chns., N; 82'35' time bids will be opened and you are required to serve acopy
City Florida. day on the premises of ttw Petition with the Clerk of said 40" W to Waters of Sampson read aloud. of your written defenses MUSICBALDWIN
Starke Congo of Jehovah's Bradford County Jail, I will offer Court and to serve a copy thereof Northerly along waters PLAN: SPECIFICATIONS, It any to It, on the plaintiff's
Witness 2nd EsteLSt.,Starke for sale and sell to the hlgh- upon Petitioner's attorneys, Lake, AND CONTRACT; attorney, whose name and address ,

eat bidder for cash In hand, the whose names and address ap of sampson lake to corner of DOCUMENTS: May be obtained Is HON LEX GREEN PIANOS & ORGANS
Fla.Laurel
Baptist Church RU 1. above described of the lands this date conveyed to STARK, FLORIDA and m.the .
property; pear below not later than August from the office of Don R. Van
Starke Florida. laid defendant to satisfy the 7, 1972. Tom Smith. N 59'46'0" E along Morgan Architect, P.A., Post original with the clerk dfthe Service, lac CHOICE OF THE ARTIST!
the line of this lands
this date
Bradford County Hospital 922 .aforesaid Execution. above styled; court on or
Herein fall not or a default Office Box 987. (Walnut Street)
E. Call SU Starke, Fie P.D. Reddish Sheriff will be entered against you for conveyed to Tom Smith to the Green Cove Springs, Florida before August 14, 1972 otherwise 3S40 N.E. Waklo R4. G'vUle_ -<:!q,
Point of Begbnh 372.4rnAUTO .
Manse 1083 Bradford Florida W. a Judgement be
Presbyterian County entered
your failure to answer or. 32043, and as follows: may -
Bessent Rd., Starke Fla. 1/13 4t 8/3 This change In classlficattoaIs Associated General Contractors : I against you for the relief SALES j MUSIC Co.
Bradford Co. Library Bldg. plead.DATED. subject to a public hearing 1615 demanded In the complaint or SERVICE
Comm., Inc., Drawer 520, this 29 day of Jvate.A. to be held on Tuesday July 29, Jacksonville, Hendrlcks Florida Avenue petition. BLOl'NT' PONTtACCMS C'viNo'Shopoing Qr. 372.5351 1
D. 1972.GILBERT. 32207F.
at 7:30: p.m. In the County Com- WITNESS hand and
.Starke, Fla. N THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT BROWN my 1heseal
Lion's Den 125 N. Walnut., OF BRADFORD COUNTY mission room at the Bradford of said Court on July 17, I INC. Farm and Industrial
BY Beulah M. Moody W. Dodge CompanyPost
Starke. Fla. FLORIDA ., ,, County Court House at which 19 12.BG .
Church. P.O. Deputy Clerk time all Interested Office Box 9647 Equipment
First Baptist AUSTIN persona
In Estate of JAMES -
re ANDERSON BRA
FAGAN CROUCH 0512 Montana Avenue) SRO
,
box 127. Starke. Fla.Starke BELL, m, deceased.: shall be heard for or against
Woman's Club 438 NOTICE OF FILING PETITION' ft FOLDS the proposaL) as specified! into Jacksonville, Florida 32207 Deputy Clerk

N. Walnut St.. Starke. Fla. FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OFADMINISTRATION Attorneys tor PetitionerP.O. Zoning Code' of Bradford 7204t8l0NOTICE Santa Fe Tractor
First Untied Meth. Church, ...,.oj.. Drawer 1307 County. CONTRACTORS: Will upon ,
P.O. Box 157 Starke Fla. Gainesville, Florida 32801 John Toads, Chairman receipt of Ten Dollars (10. Factory Authorized '
FORD
Episcopal Church Pariish 74t 7/27 Bradford County Zoning 00) made payable to Don R. PonliecSolesPerttScrvlce
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON-
Architect be forwarded
Morgan
-
House P.O. Box 487. Starke CERN Board. two sets of plans and specifications CALL FOR BIDS Farm Tractors & Implements

Fla. P.O. Box Node Is hereby given that I IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF 7/13 2\-f/ O collect. Full deposit, !Notice: U hereby' given. thatto 210 H. Main UgED'EG1pPM1EN1Geiasvill.
Episcopal Rectory, have filed final report u Bradford County Board of
my FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICiAL less,postage will be refunded,
Fla.
.
487. Starke, Fla. administrator of the estate of County Commissioners will re- _
CIRCUIT: IN AND FOR provided plans and specifications SALES PART SERVICE
Calvary BapU Church ofStarke lames Austin BeU..01 deceased BRADFORD COUNTY CIVIL NOTICE OF APPLICATION are returned In "good" celved sealed bids to furnish 372-2583

P.O. Box 403. Starke that I have flied my.application ACTION. CASE NO. FOR TAX DEED condition within tea days of bid one Q) Accounting Machine recording 4488 N. W. 6th ITSIMS'RAINESVltLE.
F''". tor final discharge and that I See. 194.18. FJS. to specifications which
,
IN RE The Marriage of LILLIAN opening. TRAILERS FL.".
Christian Church P.O.
First frill apply to the Honorable V. PRESSLEY Wife AND NOTICE IS HEREBY OVEN; are on file In the Clerk's office:
Box 66, Starke, Fla. Witless 'rtteron A. Yawn County'" CECIL L. PRESSLEf Husband. that Mr. W. C. Powelfaebold- EACH BID: Shall be accompanied BldJer to submit bid on hi.own MOBIL HOMES-RCPAIBS-KKVICII

Cong of Jehovah' of Bradford County. Florida,on DISSOLUTION OF IIIARRIACENOTICE er> of the following certificates: by a cashier's! check or bid bid form sealed envelope \ .. ,llr.,', Mtslto. Htiipfllr .

RU L Box 173-B. Starke.Pastorium Fla. August 4.1maUOo'clocka.m.: OF SUIT hu filed said certificates for a bond, In the amount of five percent In duplicate, plainly marked on h, : t S.|"n.8r Inc.Authorizej .
Walnut Starke for approval of_....and tor, 'TOr CECIL.. PRESSLEY tax deed to be Issued thereon. (5%)of the bid price payable the outside oItheeuwoPJI.'BI4tor : .r .
334 N. SU, Fla. l .
dual discharge as admlms- % Patricia Triplets The certificate numbers endears to the School Board of Accounting Machine. .._ 1'1.,1. For
New Bethel Baptist' Church.Starke trator of the sate of James .Boat 2. Box 37 of Issuance, the descripUM Bradford County. Bids to be returned to 1IIeoaIce 1910: N. E. Waldo Rd. F."D..ln..rrh..m

Florida. Austin Bell, UI. deceased. ,Par. *' NadIa Carolina... of the property; and the THE SUCCESSFUL, BIDDER: of the Clerk of Circuit Gainesville 376-OSSI i.cI.J, Hr.i.in: & Air CcnJuiuiiny -
Allen Chapel AME, 749 MneSU Jubr 6, 1973. ., YOU ARE HEREBY NO- ames In which It was assessed Will be required to provide a Court at the Courthouse Bradford p. .,; Equip. '

Starke, Fla.Church / / James Austin Bell, Jr. TOTED that an action. dU-, 'area follows Performance Labor and Mattrbil County, Starke, 1orkYnot 's.pr5.rv... -: ." Supplies>A nin sAn
of God, Sta...., Flaw JAMES AUSTIN BELL Jr. solution of Aarrtage' has bees Certificate No;:U Year of b- Payment Bond In \met later than 5 pun. Wedoeev-. Hwmlt, M Mm IS M.,M ,e.'.*.*THiKMt e
Administrator .of,the estate BUM against you and yon are ...." lisa, Daserlption of amount of 100%of the bid day August 2. 1972. 'lntlollCom i.. DnPr 'lMUK Comicionin Installed
New MU Morlah MettwdtsU. of Jam* Austin Belt V'DI. de- .raejOre w serre eonr of Traet 10 Carl VoU- amount Surety Company) ; shall rne Board reserved right :Of'Ma'::: 650. f u
1004 Florida St.. Starke Fla. ceased. 't'........ be licensed to do business In to reject any and all bids .._ft,_ _i.r ftn.IrsrinIUvttdi 4500 ::11.1. &h Sr. GainesvilleIK :;
written defenses. IL any, ....
Morning Star Lodge F. AM r/D4ta/3 1 your to it oo KLZIE: a. SANDER, (', + Naaee' L. which sssessedsows 'the state of Florida and shall Bidder to state delivery dateand Mrstrr A r. :* O: \78890lI'
ne. Sere, FlorIda. 1 >4.; ,iI Z. ..... be listed by the United State I origin of service for the.

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; Keys to're' HilitesLADIES /// or By Phone.473-4848.Linda 473-4907 Wharton] '!. News Notes r ., rIr

t/
r By Helen Egan V
I
GOLF ASSN17e ,/ Isa.. Fernando Beach, the weekend Bobby Morris, of MId Lakes, .
." ladles played their of the 7th. returned from Philadelphia. Pa. r ;
regular came Thursday,July 13. ''Lt CoL Alex Cardenas recently on June 28 where,be attended WANTS MEMBERS Drlscoll Is a patient In Bradford 7 +I; sw
at 8:30 ajn. Winners of the retired from the USAF at his .sister's funeral and visited R.F. Simmon of County Hospital and Karl Hold
best ball of a twosome was tied Tinker' AIr Force'Base In Ms family. On returning be Community; Chapter: Is still under treatment from
at 69 by Voodle Ketch Thelma, Oklahoma and he and his family will present com major surgery about month
Wallace Mae Henderson ands are now residents in the events and.eom- ago.
Evely] Heise. Low WCtIwuWOQ', Keystone area. They have two appointments the mon Preley Thurston Is In a nursing -
tar Vonctl Ketch with Grace meeting at noon home In Macclemy and reports -
children, Allen who will attend
Hacker coming In second with Keystone School and a daughter Thursday).In the EpUco- are that his condition
10. The "chip-In, pof" remains House In Melrose. is not too stable. Mrs. Margaret -
,, Annie who Is employed at the
the same, as no one chipped In. Ralford Hospital as a Medical been asked by the Na- Jackson who suffereda
AARP hip fracture has had to
Lib'c" to appoint com
Technician. Welcome to
NEW BOOKSAT community! our '/' on National Membership undergo some additional repairsurgery.
THE LIBRARY .
and recruitment
and
Mr.
New books at the library tor'' Congratulations to members and As President Kerrigan had to
Mrs. Ed Rodners their 30th ;
the month of July are Fiction on approaching 55 years of leave In order to care for his 1"<1,
Flame of Fire Oliver; Goldenrod wedding anniversary. They ;.; Simmons applica wife Chairman of Entertainment -
celebrated It 11 with a surprise
darker; The Optimist's July at tilePlrate.s and this reporter Bill Richards and his Rotary Hears BorgFred
dinner
Daughter Welty; ;Fathers, Gold;' party; be happy to serve In wife Hazel volunteered to chair
Beloved Exile, Keith; Caravanto Cove Gainesville given new members. the Hospitality; and Refreshment -
Xanadu, Marshall; Rembrandt by their two daughters and Melrose community Committee until Karl and Ada Borg'center: ), guest that the annual Swim Program
SchmItt; Memoir of son-in-law. Penny Rodgers and has a current enroll- HolU are able to resume their speaker at the Key stone Heights sponsored by the Keystone Club
Spring Moll;White Lotus. Her- Mr. and Mrs. Jere Peck teln. 121 members. duties Lucy Tucker was nominated Rotary Club last Friday Is pic- is a tremendous asset to the
Bell; and New Heaven New, Mr. and Mrs. Laurenc.: K. secretary until Dorothy tured with Bill Bartlett (left) community; and one that has
Earth Anthelntse. Walrath have moved from ; CITIZENS Kerrigan Is able to return to program chairman for the day undoubtedly saved many lives.
Washington, D.C. to 1026 Shore and Mel jaylor.right( ) club
Mystery inspector Uibte; Joe Kerrigan of club work. Mr. Borg has been director
Train Keating Evenif Acres Dr.. Leesburg, where ; County; Senior CI- Games and bingo were enjoyed president. of the Boys Home Assocation
goes by ; they will reside following HarI".s Mr. Borg was charter presi-
You Run Cory The Black Club presided over the during the afternoon. in Jacksonville for the past 20
;
retirement from govern- by dent of the Arlington Rotary
of July 13. He was years.
Look, Butterworth; But IWouldn't ment service. Mr. Walrath Is FELLOWSHIP CLUB Club In Jacksonville and has
Want to Die There' an attorney by profession and seriously that so Including many mem- The monthly luncheon program been active' In organizing two .s+ e
Forbes; A Presence In the has been a member the Inter- and business meeting of Interact Clubs'In Jacksonville. .
Dorothy. Houston IT USED to be that the
Lovell and The Rose
House state Commerce Commission the club was enjoyed by 24 Interact is ,(the youth organization family which vacationed at
and the-Year Tree, Christie. since 1956. He was the first on members on July 13 at the sponsored by Rotary. home figured it was savingthe
Biography George S. Kauf- member appointed to this commission ; Live Insurance Lions Club. It was good to The speaker urged that Rotarians they might have
man Telchmann; The Story from the state of Flori the past 12 years and greet the William Plnons after become actively Involved spent money at posh hotels. Now
of My Life Helen Keller. an his district In total a long vacation absence; also In the activities of their by
they can save even more
Non-Fiction: The Call, to da.Mr. ; sales for the past three club In order, to get the most all that
and Mrs. Jack Sullivan not buying fancy
Glory, DtttMV with (Cent to Next Peg) out of that,program lie said
The Children's Story llour'eyel" of Nelson's Point arrived home camping equipment.
) Wednesday morning from after an extended visit In New .- -
10i30 till 11:30 Is still In session. Jersy and upper New York. J
Children ages 4 through Mrs. Peg Hennessy Mrs. SulIIvan.a -
8, are Invited to attend. sister returned home
with them for a few weeks vacation -
In Florida. ''lll;' '
ST ANNE'S EPISCOPALSt
Anne's Episcopal Church We are sorry to hear that
had 'their first session of an Frank Jones Is In the Medi- I, ,J'I
eight to ten week study serieson cal Center In Gainesville but I
a book by Ruel Howe, "Man's understand he Is feeling better.
'' His daughter and son-in-law 0//
Need Cod's Action" on Monday -
July 10, at 7:30 p.m. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. James Musgrove
Thomas Feamster reported a San Antonio, Texas are here fora
fine turn-out and an exciting visit with Mrs. Jones.
discussion. This study Is opento We are happy to report that
the public and anyone wishIng Mrs. Tom Bryant Is home from
the Naval Air' Station Hospital
to attend Is most welcome..
,In Jacksonville and Is doing

PERSONALSHerb and Lola Nelson of I much Mr.better.and Mrs. Aaron Cavanaugh ? I

Lakevlew Drive Just returned' and their three children, EE
from a trip to Chicago where of Dallas. Texas and formerly -
they visited Herb's In-laws. of Jacksonville were week- OF'J. ..
While there they enjoyed' end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
family reunion with 30 relativesand Stacy Grlce of Lake Geneva.;
children. The party was''- They were former Landon High trl1aTSEVENTYFOURTHI'SEMtANUAL
given by Fran and El Radhe. School classmates.Mr. .
They also visited Herb's sister and Mrs. H. W. Cornatzer -
and her husband Agnes and of Lake Brooklyn are en- '
Chuck Janeseck. From Chlca- Joying the visit of their grandson. REPORT}!
go they Hew to Wilmington, Del., David from Jacksonville
where they visited Herb's! for the summer. David Is at-
daughters Mary Lou Hartman tending the Rotary Swim Pro Palatka Federal
and Sue, Szymanskl and their gram and enjoys It very much.
families who Includes IS grand He has been a participant In the
children and twin erea -grand- swim program In the past three Savings and Loan Association
daughters. They enjoyed seeing years Is'working for' his ? f
Ocean City; a popular tourist <'flyingfish -.badge1' this" .year. > : Ityil'rMia; ; *Lelwnn <*'" ?aw+*. MI .eirtod ab
finer attraction places, and in Wilmington some of and the' Col. and Mrs.'Jim Chesslng- : *; 'J AT" THE o CLOSE OF"BUSINESSo' JUNE:"36/: 1972' V'';4't....; i'/ .'.
after
that area. ton have returned home a ,
Sheriff and Mrs. Jennings well traveled trip In the
Murrhee have returned from northern and New England '
the Fla. Sheriffs Convention states. They visited many of 4
held In' Clearwater July 4 their service friends on the way. OFFICERS : ASSETS f'i 1
through 7. They spent 4 days with their -gala. .<, ; f;
Miss Diane Parades, bride- daughter Peggy Lee West Minister K. Clippinger t.. ,,"
<
-
Vt., and their grandchildren -
elect of Ronnie Larson was <" Loans and,, Other Liens Real Estate f
Mortgage on T0P $18,763,968.52
honored on ,July 19 with linen Eric and Melissa. ; Chairman of the Board. : : ,,
They also stopped for a visit "
shower given by Mrs. Moore
All Other Loans
>t 673,385.14
with their other daughter i
Mrs Herner and Mrs. Cardenas. H. Millican I Jr.
and her husband Jim
She received nice Mae.
many;
Real Estate Sold Contract
gifts. Peterson and their two & Executive] Officer on 53,471.57
children, Julie and Chris. They
The Charles Riders enjoyeda S Loans to Facilitate the Sale of Real Estate -nu r 59,324.40 @+
reported a most enjoyable trip. ; :
weekend trip to Daytona and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Wels- J. Mikell, rev,,, t v ;
gerber of Bradenton are here Vice' President Cash on Hand and in Banks bra as 794,574.57,
noel 1 ,
for the summer. Mrs. Welsgerber's ;
'
I S.E. MCKAY Mrs.Robert R. Hammond' Investments and Securities ,to ,ow, 2,567,743.56 '
formerly Bas- ')9X I ;J \
Pereira Shirley
REALTOR more Is, here for a week's visit Aut.;Vlce President Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank 'Ulllr::> J 138,600.00 I

with her her two child- ..twbrut \
rlts. 473-4816 and has '
Keystone Fixed Assets-Less
ren, Bobbx Jr.and Eileen.ShIrley P. Halloran; Depreciation 'lIfIi-f 412,210.84

spent many a summer here Secretary Deferred and Other Assets : ;
Charges
HOMES ACREAGES 308,444.64
In her teen years and now resides ;' :::: E:
RENTALS in Mendedhall Miss. m3ira"! \
J. Mathews i s-
;
Miss Julie Redfearn, Haines, ) .
Treasurer TOTAL ASSETS ,uf
< a $23,771,723.24
City, has been visiting her
,.. ..
M M.'I. U..n 1'1.1740 t':
)
father Huntley Redfearn Jr.
"o. Ch."n lnn l7.P 1.1 (
L. J.'MnMiinnv. 47l04l for ten days and will return S ilUlt, i I" \
P:..".l '"n 47.1-4054
r
later In the summer DIRECTORS;:
LIABILITIES and NET:;WORTH
.---sate eor 1I 'n es -___-- -

I K. Clippinger : I

Which 1 I II H.' Milnc Savings Accounts S ,/00fAl'"' $20,554,136.03 )

< J. Mathews;n"J".I : fit) If( 1
I II 1 Loans In Process
1,322,351.42 '
L, 6,' ,: ; aa +i
comes I 1 : BOO/
R. Other Liabilities
Starnes'J < ,F I "d" 220,306.44

1 I Gardner*)Jr., Specific Reserves :'. jr: ,'" 6,850.56
first? I
1a Philips 1t 1'111 ,
"\
a General Reserves $1,095,462.08
I II Wilson., $'
I II 1 L. Gardner rSr. Surplus 572,616.71 ,t' ,' 1668078.79 ',

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II I TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH _. $23,771,723.24 \ \


II I AUGUST 1st OPEN ,\\
II I ShVINCy A Monday through Thursday f a.m. to JiM p.m.
SEE THE'BANK .: s, 4O Except Wed. Close 1 p.m. +
II I 1 I PER ANNUM p ,..we. FridayLir&Mb TO ':10 P.M. '
O = A
1 / ._
ISSBREB '''''' '
I c:.." I II = Federal Savings{ Lea Insurance Corporation
1 QUARTERLY ., ,, Federal( Horn* Loan Bank System
1 'y 920.00. United SUtos Savings Loan League

I SEE THE CAR I 1 ON ANC c0' FIo diavdgle.n: ..League'

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S.e UI before) "J
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I visiting A good oiir reason tank for first. II II .,IO ,,' JUNE 30 1970.......................:...;..sI 16,199,745.19 I

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Member PJ>J.C Keystone Relchta, Fte. 1 '

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( Preceding NotesFrom Page) MENTAL HEALTH MATTERSBertram ICCABIFIED *ADS- --


the Behams. the Roches, Mrs. nn____. .,_.. .. ..._ .___.,., _nnn ._ __n. -
S. M.D.
h
MaryEckford", and the Harrison Brown
Batchelders.PrMldent. Director
Lector Sheets appointed National Instituteof CLASSIFIED AD RATES IN STARKE Auto United Farm LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering MARTIN CAMPERS
the vice-presidents Deadline for Insertion. Monday 6x9 3J9t 9 X 12 $

Mitts Kersey and John Kersey Mental Health 5 p. m. preceding Thursday Business Opportunity; Zoned Agency, Inc. 112 x 12 i 50; 12 x 19 only \U.S. 90 West, Lake City:

to serve, a. a. membership before publication. Commercial: Cor. Walnut 4. RepCir Roj. Real Estate Broker 914.95 many patterns and Phone 752.3723
- Brownie St. colors. Dahmer's Discount,
committee, together with Publicity
; Chairman Helen V. Egan people as the people' and the Minimum Charge $1.75 Mechanic Paul & Irene Faulkner tfchg. For Best Selection Of
)
15 words
(Covers
and others to contact absent community's own organization. Frame House 5 bra 1 bath. SALESMAN TRAVEL TRAILERS
Each word! IS 8C
member The Association points out. over living room din. room, flit 206 S. Water Street
MINI-HOMES
Mr. Hazel Sheets gave tits for example, several important All Classified Adn must be Front and beck porch. CLYDE JOHNS Starko, Fla. 964.5065
closing devodot a1. reminders for relatives, suchas unless ,\ANT' TO SELL Oft TRUCK CAMPERSAND
for In advance
paid
PERSONALS Block Apt. Bldg. with 2 TOPPERS
: have established account sop- Eaves BUY REAL ESTATE
Creating are extended to you erate apts. ISO' x 150' lot. 0
Keep your promises to
We with The Telegraph In that CallUa For Best Price: Full Line Of Potts And
newcomers to Keystone. the sick Priced to sell.
person. I
event 5W extra charge for Prospect Waiting
Introduce' to you Mrs. Julia If drugs have been pre billing. Not responsible for Shell tlch. LAKE GENEVA Scrvtr
Smith, whn U iww asa FOR SALE 3 bedroom
block
residing scribed, make sure the patient
.
errors when given over 01.phone' HOME
of and Mrs. & MOBILE
Mayor
neighbor takes them. or when Is not home. Living room, dining SHADY COMFORTABLE AND
Starnes on E. Lakeview Drive. If regular appointmentshave typed and brought copy to the of room kitchen. 7 1/2 acresland Garage ATTRACTIVE: Three large bedrooms SALES WATER FRONT LOftS
Mrs. Betty Daly recently 4/10 mile out side SALE
; been the city: ; FOR
set 'to see flee two tile baths
living
moved Into the smaller home up limits $13,900. ., AND 2..' \HIDES: and
doctor or social: worker make - 435 E. Madison Sr. dining kitchen Florida Room I 12':! 'On Crosby Lake Clo.byLake
next door to Mr. and Mrs. 50' feet
)Canal
sure that they are kept. Next Door To Lots of shade and fruit trees. PHONE 473-4320 Canal. "
Rushton which she. has pur- 8 feet deep) Located on
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Yno should wide.
nee this one. A.J.
Give him or her encouragement
chased. respect!, and affection ,! BILL POWELL BROKER City') Power Plant Thomas realtor Tel. 964- OX .ROVTL 100 State Road 100. :3 miles West.of ..
The Keystone folks
hospitalized following and will but don't funs over, baby, $1.75 per Inch 964-6464 5701. tfchg. Keynrone Height, Kla. Starke. Fla. Ideal for vacation -
are being rememberedwith appreciate or be demanding. 2 Inch minimum .. $3.50 lnveetmenL cottage mobile borne or'

cards: Houston DrIscoll Let him or her knowhe -- Or WE GIVE SERVICE-* got ;Prices start at$1,29tS.O0. $200.
Bradford County; Hospital;Mrs. has your support through CONCRETEWork results! List your property; for down and $35.00 month for 36rnonfts <<
Ethel Weyman who will bo undergoing thick and thin. Memorials Resolutions Proclamations HAYNE\ : : DOL'GI.IS:1SSOCiATE sale with us. Call today.- VO (8 1/2 % simple tatter

more tests In Alachua If you have any doubts Card of Thanks BILL POWELL, BROKER: 964- l.mIi 1 *. )
General; Mrs. Tracy Baker. shout what you should'. do. talk $4.00 Minimum up to 50 6464 or 964-6810. tf/chg "all 964-7701 8 ern.'to 9
Srn also In Alachua General to .the doctor' social worker, or words. Each word over 50IiA 964.6593PUMPS BLOCK BRICK STONE p.m.weekdays. tf
Mrs. AImee Bryon In Jacksonville some other professional person. DRIVE WAYSSIDEWALKS ._ -
NAS hospital; and Mrs. The Association in your community FOR SALE1954 Chevrolet
A.C. Holt U In the Infirmary at BLOCK BUILDING SALES. PARTS
can be helpful to you
one-ton truck with large cattle
FOR RENT- alr-condltioned
Wesley Manor. not ony: if you have a family ADDITIONS .PATIO.SFREE SERVICE
Hole I Your Roof $250 phone 782-3463 cottages on Kingsley Lake.Call
Odd
Mrs. Miller Wrinkle's sister member affected but also if .w.
USED IMPORT CARS alter
and her husband will be new- you want other information It'sa Or A ESTIMATES ---............-...-...--.-. .533.2366 6. tfchgFOIt
comers In Keystone having good idea to get 'in touch FOR SALE..By owner 4 3/t
purchased the McEachernhom with your State or local association d JWHOLENEW NEW AND USED HAMPTON" _' acres. on State Road 125 all HA FRED AUTO SALE 3 year old quarter
: i
Just across the road from the (look in the phone bookor .horse with $100! saddle total
468-1677 : ;: cleared. Also lot In M.ixvllle IMPORTS INC.
Wrinkle home. Everyone will call your health department SALES Jj on 301. Phone 7823544. Up $250 Call 964-5240 after 5
miss Mr. and Mrs.McEachern. for information) if you need \ PARTS 509 E. University, (P.m. It.TREAT.

who leaders have been In Christian Bible teachersand mental health help at any time. ROOF SERVICE Y{i::>>>O<>?orc'.ckc'.""c'''?';'"';_''_'.'''"''".Yo''...;'...'.'..'.';.....''''''';''{.;,;...;...;.;:..;-"+."-"...:"...:."-',,.:-.,---.x.",, ..------"n"..:".. ;'.'''".;o;".:".:.:'.:".:.:.*. Gon! .tvlt,! 372-4373
workin Deep nnd Shallow Wells rugs right they'll be a
the Community; Church. Be- Home Help J & J Roofing Co. Water Softeners mud # NEEDED delight If cleaned with Blue
caunv of Mrs. McEachem's I FACTORY HELP Lustre. Rent electric sham-
revolu
too-litlle-noticed FiltersPlumbing PUMP SERVICE
need of care, tentative plans A in the Phone 964-8088 or 473-4735. pooer $1. Devrlck, Inc., Builders
tuken
are that they will be living tion has place Hardware & Supplies
Hiway 301 South 1
illness in
treatment of mental Supplies # WELLS & PUMPS
with their daughter in the Or- Starke. I'la. It
able 964-5857
Florida need .
lando area. the past few years. No longer t Owen Joist of Inc. dep.ndoblti.

Mrs. Hill Brannon and child arc people who suffer from an New X-ll Reducing Plan. 42 EXPERT SERVICE ON bodied factory': Kelp. No experience noconary. t Wells :2"! and up
onslaught of a mental disorder Back ALL MAKES work, overtime benefits.IF SWECT:: POTATO vines for
her
ren have been visiting pa- Tabets $3.00. Money I Steady fringe .:
2I i Mr. service
withan jl)
rents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bridges considered! 'to he afflicted Guarantee. -. I Koch Drug PHONE 9617061DURRANCE ;x: on a\ sale. I cut them $4; you. cut
of Lake Geneva. Mr. and incurable disease that can Store. 10 tp. 9/7 YOU ARE WILLING' "TO'WORK Ar- >LY ::x m.ikc-M 'them $3 per thousand. ... Leo
ges of Lake Geneva. Mr.Bran only be handled by !sending } <(< OfI.Is-\IVI: :!< ; DcSuc, lit. 2, Box 153-U phono
non and Mr. Bridges have Just them away to un institution' for J ATOWEN *r 964-6275. Starke 4tp- 7/27.
returned from a business tripto years or forever. FOR RENT>; House on Crlf- PUMP A SUPPLY CO. { J J UO/XI: I'CMI's

Chicago. This quiet revolution has (Is Loop. Also piano for sale. Moved .... JOIST | Florida Pump ServIce
North
nos While have In been Keystone watching the the Bran-progress brought to a and new management age .in our approach of Call 7/20.964-8816 after 5 P.m. 2tp. 864 5 N.Blocks Temple Ave. ij AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 1|j j 9>)11 l I 111.ln.linIIh..I.. 'LONGCFIANIP

of their new home that Is mental illness an age made P Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday SJi ::1 I'llONI':. : ..JOlIMOOrnnjif i

being built at the corner of W. possible by new'; drugs with and WE NOW HAVE diamond needles INTERESTED IN .BUYING OR ?i:1;? IOOAM,: To 5:00: P.M. TF $::.: \park I I.I. Homo uml Building
Lakevlew Drive and Grove St. psychiatric treatments for any mnke or model SELLING. t%: :%::::WKftttttMx-x:::::::::::::::::::::i:;:::;:::: community psychiatry and services
Mrs. Brannon and Bobby returned Materials
for people Jl, heir own stereo player.Dahmer's Discount .
to their Birmingham L CONTACT '
House. tf/chg ---------------"f'
home and were accompanied by .communities A..-1; Ill|E: UIIM.IJ/ -

Miss Marilyn Bridges. Leigh The families of."victims of GEORGE ROBERTS B & F Electrical & Co. If'four I'l.inx,,
Brannon is enjoying extended mental illness are affected! by LOST KITTY, { Equipment I It MaYa Nemos Or Ourn
this new development almost Half-grown gray ESTATE' Your I Lot f Or) Our."
visit with her grandparents asher REAL:
tabby and white (male) Lost SINGLES & .
father Hill Brannon, Is as much are IImiclCd.tf"as are the. individualswho July 7, 1972. vicinity of Jordan PHONE 964-7826 I Complete' Hiring\\ Repairs of DOUBLE WIDES I KM.I::I:: 1-I:S 1| |\l/\'I I LS:
on a trip to Oklahoma City. Expondo Rooms
; Road and Hwy 230. .- Call & Add KcnuiiU-liiifi ..
UtlniirxAdtllllllllN
964-6692. tp. 7/20. 421 W. MADISON STThe } Industrial, Commercial and Residential On Rooms

j :NKtt:\\ AM) USED) CONTROLS Free delivery, and set up llnciCK .Uouj.lit'" lull

.
..,.. FOR SALE; Used l Kenmore t MOTORS AND SWITCH 'EQUIPMENT '100 MILE RADIUS I* uui-il,

electric range good condition GlaiShtipGlass $ AtItI'.AIE( ( |'OK SALE
KEYSTONE MELROSE $50.00. Phone S33-2406. 2tchg. I t 24-Hour ''Service BANK FINANCINGNWY 964-6853

7/20. l:::) i I' Phone Keystone 473.3755 t' 17 North Green Cove Hwy. 401 S.: Starke

M. C( (Bubba) Wells Tel.
Manager 284-5001.264-7311
BUSINESS DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S FOR SALE: 2 male CFA reglet- For 'W ,'" i ... ... ._ -------__-t
ered Persians, 1 cream 1 blue; !
16 weeks old. Father sired AH CARS and TRUCES Reduce safe & fast with CoBe ; MEWING MACHINK: : KKPArRS.
prize-winning Utters. Show Installed While-U-Watt OLIN' MOBILE HOMJE SALES s Tablets & E-Vap "water AND PARTS IIOUSB: CALLS

quality. Shots Utter trained Custom Vinyl Auto Top pills" Andrews Drugs. 4tp. 7/ silo WQKK
: SUPPLIES AROWXRE-dARDEN\ (; affectionate. 50. Thomas Service Is Our 27.
f C'HU. Policy ALL WORK
Grant, 473-3238. lip 1017 N. Main GUARANTEED!

SLIMS tJ.4 HARDWARE When you buy a mobile home, :
vie $ SAVE
ANDGARDEN FOR SALE Kenmore copper- you should consider quality r- $ Caanfry.

Fish 'NStuff tone range. Excellent condition TRACTOR TRAILER price and service. .ors
CENTER $50. Large dog house best of- TRAINEES NEEDED We give all three and guar- .-.ni i1Zi": eo,,.,.. a

f Live Bolt A complete line of Hdw. fer. 964-7499. ItpWANTED You can now train to becomean antee to beat any advertised :'''t: n. FRED DaVIS A"II

Crickets-Shlnnen-Worms I... .. over-the-road driver or city; price. u,rj
MinnowsTACKLERODSREELS \ltHlr.*! TO BUY driver. Excellent earnings after Our 12 foot wldes start at BUICK PONTIAC /
329500. GMC f.OI.I.I: .(:1'01's! ( | IThMSIIKIO ;
Plumbing ri 1 Icctrlcul: : Supp.fiolonc Modern two or three bedroom short training on our trucks TRUCKS"A
two bath, Masonry or brick with our driver Instructors to Hwy: 1 lOg W..,+- Stark. 964-5606 LITTLE RIDE l: CAN SAVE : ; A- HKACVi ;
FISHING & HUNTING : lortillzcisInsecticides home with two car garage,walk help you. For application and 1 \ Mi.'N.:. of Keystone
YOU A
LOT"UGREEN
LICENSES AMMUNITION In closets on paved street,cen- interview call 904-388-4607
ICE Hwy 21 N. 230:) yds From tral heat and air. In or near or write :school: Safety; Division "ACT NOW Join the old- coyE SPRINGS" State, Kd. 100
;Keystone 473-4357 Starke. Telephone 4734269. United Systems Inc Terminal est Toy & Gift Party Plan In 3 BR frame, completely remodeled Hill /Si |to Drunofsky, owners
Hgti. Keytrone Light Up Bldg., 1716 Mcliulf.ve.Jack-( the Country our 25th year! ", very nice. Lawtey. Phone 7'oi1\H\ \ \
Haf.. 473-3663 Commissions to 30%
,, sonville Fla., 32205, Approved up fan- SEWINGMACHINE
FURNITUREGIFTSLake FOR RENT 2 bedroom fur for V. A. Benefits. Placement tastic Hostess Awards, Callor 3 bedroom I bath large klt-
TKI.EVISION-VIR: COM;; ) nished home In country on one assistance available. Over 700 write S.T.PARTIES.. che. family room CB home.
Geneva acre. Phone 964.8699Itp transportation companies have Avon Conn. 06001. Telephone Central heat and air. Outside O.C.:.Ca Nursery

TV Service Center -.-...---..--......-.._...-- hired our graduates.2tp720. I (203)) 873-3455. ALSO BOOKING city.; Lake privileges. Thousands! of Plants
P.VHT1ES. 4tp. 7/27.
Soles and Service
Furniture FOR RENT One bedroom Fruit Trees. Shade Trees,
Quasar 2 Bedroom I bath In City;
.
Gift & Candle ShopKXQUSIIK furnished home. 064-5065. Itp FOR SALE:' Colored T. V. air SEWING MACHINES, cleaned, frame on large lot,"nice house PFAFF ELNA Evergreens, Camellias",
TV. STERO oiled and adjusted In New Homes Azaleas, Roses
FABRIC SHOP In Starke for sale conditioner) Kenmore. sewing your home .
CAR AND PORTABLE Good opportunity; Phone Live machine; utility table and bar $5. Vacuum Cleaner: repairs Frame Duplex apt., good lo- WHITE MM la Inns plant ADJ't1IaeLANDSCAPING
: (ClrTSFurniture TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAL Oak 362-3533 after 6 call3622073).2tchg..727 beque grill. Call 964,2604. 2tp. also. All work guaranteed. cation. Good Income property.;
7/20. Dennis E. Cogging, phone 431- $49:50
ANDRESIDENTIAL 1428. tfchg. up tt MI. SB. 0'SIark!!'. Hwy. salnO"bame
For
Every 5 acres 660' on paved road 655.2165INSURANCE
Taste And Purse .TEDWomen. to do housework FOR SALE: One bedroom unfinished by 330' deep. High dry. Parts & Repairs on -

See Our Candle :display AIR CONDITIONING I I ? 2 days each month. If house with extra lot. SAVE all other Make Ma.
> \l I.KS& M'.RMt'KiEVSIOK Interested call 964-5394 anj, Furniture Included. Sacrifice 3 bedroom home In City; 1 chines.NATIONAL.
: Th .. Long Distance
Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva !: : evening except Wednesday. sale Call 964-8616 after 5 p.m. bath kitchen living 4 dining
1 Mi. East of Keystone Hj... : I ) : lir.lCIIISWant : 2tp. Phone Calla
ail-4lil I FOR SAtX..1963Chevrolet 1/2 We now handl. air line .area. AT REDUCED RATES

.RE\L ESTATE ton pick up truck good con tickets, cruises. and tours. Large house'' furnished AUTO, FIRE BOAT
11 IOBII.Jo
: 110\11-: 611 W. Univ. Ave.
after 5 15-20 people on
Richard T. Lovorn to sell jour :Mobile dition.9648869.Inquire lip p.m. LEW'S We ether a special package will River sleep- Ocala National or- Gainesville, Florida DOYLE E. CONNER

1I0m<<:-."-' If }ou ha\e a bu\er.RcC WELDING SHOP Tour of New eat. 378.1355 .INSURANCE AGENCY

\ Real. Estate Brnkr" '.r Mobile Home Brokers will Disney World tchg.
a1'l'ange1.1.. financing and FOR RENT 2 Bedroom unfurnished ROBERTS
Insurance details for a brokerage home Morgan\ Road Whispering Pfaue .Mo Call 964.7 tel US :301 & Phone REAL ESTATE exterior by contract NORTH: 301 Near Underwood
LAKE PROPERTII fee of 10"of: the selling 964-7940. lip or
FINANCE CO. Motel 15 acres 600 feet on
TOWN
964.4232 hourly. First class workmanship
price. rot more information
RESIDENTIAL G1 .. PHONE 964-7826 guaranteed. Lonnie Robert Highway.(; Will sell all or part.
call FOR SALE Coastal Bale hay.
'
BUSINESS ACREAGE MOBILE HOME BROKERS Out of barn or out of the field UTILITY TRAILERS P.O. Bu OaN. Temele 421 \H.MIDISONST.JIMMY *. Balford. Phone 431-1768 Terms. A.J. Thomas Realtor

APPRAISALS RT. 1 BOX .350. J 964-6114 J. B.. White tfchg CUSTOM BUILT evenings and weekends.tip 7/20 Tel 964-5701.
I GAS AND ELECTRIC
\ Keystone Hgts. 473.3254 MELROSE FLORIDA 32666 ACREAGE WANTED. BRAZING FOR s.u.E-1970 Ford Country SECRET. LostV ater
1 PHONE 475.1751 Wanted by Individual approximately WELDING sedan station wagon Excellent Weight, body bloat, puffiness,
Edna Knepper; Attoc. 500 acres some low land SHEET METAL condition. Belt offer over 52- MOOR&8SUN > etc. X.Pel Water Pills only Miller BrothVolkswagen

473.4111 would be o.k.State Price and Mscriptton. TRAILER HITCHES I 000 takes It. Phone. 468-1551.. SPORTS $3 or Money Back Refund. _
01 Phone 737-6174 or INSTALLED 2tp 7/27 Koch's: Drug Store. lOtp- 8/17

Martha Durbin, A u_ 'writ K. Dlrkla, 5333 Stetson MOORE BOAT FOB' ...
: Road Jacksonville. Fla. 32207. YOUR MONET FOR RENT12 wide Mobil
, 473.3362 LEONARD'SOUTBOARD No Brokers or Agents pleas homes outside city; limits B.

31p 8/3 L'OREAL SHAMPOO: In hair Stance Ph. tf+tm and Lynn White. Ph. 964-6114
BEAUTY SHOP color special $2.25 for $1.95at CARL I"luff or 964-8799. If no answer
SHOP HELP WA.1TEDEvenlnlr and Koch's: Drugs. 4tp. 8/3. Complete Outboard' call 964-8874. tfchg New a t1...

NelVsBeauty !! night desk Clerk. Must be 21 Seirltlc. Stem Drift StiriM and Wee .. Senile \:
tII111I.
or over. Apply in person.. Due to new State Law prohibiting -
.1 1 Style Sho} Holiday Inn between 8 and 4. sale of crack eggs In stores. Usd Parts Repair. Complete Fiber WANTEDUsed, _.hera.-Dsh-furniture, refrigerators .NorA .,n.hfsflOAII4E8YiJt3
Custom-
Itchg W* are offering them at reduc: THE FINEST SELECTION OF (laM Repair. mef Discount: House :
tt/chg
"Fer Jleveheryov" rates at 01U'(ann-20t doi. CentUman MIlt Flbtrglaa* >.,....*
FOR SALE-. Couple or small Egg Farm. State Road IUD CAtS.I I Beat.
Johnson Motors family Four Room Frame 233-being Union Primitive Baptist MOBILE HOME REPAIRS &

\ SALES &'''SERVICE dwelling, city; utilities paves Church Road from 301 North\; In this whole ared Service. Guaranteed work. Call

PKon. 47S-2211 street, ,close: In. Cheap for at Junk yard S miles to farm 24 Hr. Wrecker Service iOTS. FOR SALE Stark: CBff OUn's Mobile Home Sales. Ph. 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repaired
\i(
\ GLASTRON ANDCHECKMATE cash A.J. Thomas Realtor From RaIford Road 2 miles. Cotatry. Club. rady far'' 964-8606. tfchg and cleaned at( Dahmers Dlseount. -

Between Keystone'-="y.. .- BOATS Phone9645701.. Phone 864-5351. 2tchg 7/27 USED PARTS tHifldtrn on or ft>r tavetMnC. _AKC Cut service: tichg.
FOR SALEs Beagle pipe
,.4 Heights -.G WANTED TO RENT_ pt.'OI.Waldo.. Log ara aumulasatsqi 1/1 registered. 1 male' :3 (female FOR .
Keystone-heights' ) Flo.H .' Unfurnlshed sere and .....r. Farad road* RENT 2 bedroom furnished
, end i Mel... L." \ LAKE FRONT lots for sale. 2 bedroom apartment or 468-1998 only X ntarts from town. < week June 29. Shots and cottage. Also I bedroom

i Call 473-4969 after 4 pun. call house In Stark area. Call tail 994-7701 a .... to 8 pun wormed. Call 473-3492. No furnished apartment W. H.
473-4911. lip 378-4380, CotnesvUl, lip tfchf! collect calla: 2 tp. 7/2U. Jfollman. ttehg.News .

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