Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01298
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 27, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01298
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No. 52 Thursday, July 27, 1972 Copy


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consideration ;
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County School Boardis Pi dy afM

a $1,3 0,404 oper-
ating budget for the

1972-73 fiscal year

an increase of some ee

$150,000 over the

1971-72 document. A v
Ten more candi-

Included In the new spending) f b dates qualified In
bill Is a tentative tialf mill :
the week to
cut In Union'. nine mill ad past run
valorem tax for school The w pi for public office In

cut.. possible, Supt JamM / county and area
Cason told the Board Monday $
night. .through elimination ot .t : ;; IrNis races before qualifying -

several prevfaualyauthor1aed ended at noon
programs. It also include ftvs '
to six per cent salary Increases I : I Tuesday setting the

for union teachers and other M Ir 1972 first primary Dave Peulk surprised most people by qualifying for the

personnel. f election District 5 county commission seat Monday.
jf scene.
Cason said the proposed bud-
/ wa. /, f
get It .based on the lowest estimate t/
of what state funding Biggest changes in the 1 local
would be and that due to Union political set up since last week
County's; 79 .per cent level in are the entry of Bill Costello,
the state's assessment ratio veteran Bradford educator, into Voters Rush
study, the school system will the race for county superintendent -
lose about $40,000 In state of schools, and of
funds.' : "" t i Dave Paulk, long time county;
road contractor, into the District -
To be eliminated If necessary -
to achieve the mUlagecut 3 county; commission race. To

school, would program be a construction community; OLD 'USO GETS FACE LIFTNo Costello Instructor, 51, an for adult the past education RegisterFor

of tennis courts at Union High. 15 years, challenges Incumbent
4 school;'and one teacher'sposition. It's net 0 night club or a fancy motel.! :It"* thf std old concrete* block building now )h.t'o new face, built of Supt. Tom C.seyand Jim

,Total savings from., ." usa on North Tempi Avenue In Stark '"which" the School ,used materials' by the vo.toeh".c"ool'" masonry class. Temple former Bradford principal -
"'the cute would be $27,000;;C[: Board has converted Into It's administrative offices. Th. and supervisor-Instructor E. B. Jon.- and present Alachua County Primary
son said. ; principal who lives in Brook-
Increase in the total budget, er.Paulk
Coon told the board,'I. due 65, challenges Incumbent -
to additional funding by the Brooker Commission Zed- Picking 35 to 50 new voters a
state legislature and additional ra Hamilton and Russell Greenof up
teaching units allocated the 46 Officers Commissioned Brooker. Paulk's wife, Ha- day. Supervisor of Elections Neva Flynn
county.; a,s-" 0 ,"' iel, sought the District 3 county; said late Tuesday the total number of
Even: with the half-milt'CUt board post in 1968 and lost
in the local tax levy, Cason it to Hamilton by Just over 100 new t J :r dford registrants reached 6.056
said there still will be'ample votes (Editor's Note: Green last i'r.jay.u't; .
funds for the teacher"salary did not enter the 1968 campaign ; I
raises, Instructional materialsand In Guard OSC Graduation as stated in the previous Re books will close flQmoer'ot persons registering
equipment '' two Issues of the Telegraph) August 12 for the.first primary. Monday and Tuesday, she said,

"The Instructional prOgram Both entries were surprisesfor There had not been time In for 256 the persons September have registered

will not In be the affected by" Cason a reduction Forty six candidates were Guard OCS graduates now, 1962, delivered the commence- brought In by the Air National the upcoming September 12 Mrs Flynn's office to count the the last 30 days Mrs. Flynn
mlllage, commissioned second lieutenants constitute approximately 50 per ment address. Guard. The 13th National Guard primary. said with business greatly Increasing -
said. .
The school board Is to meet In the Florida National cent of the officers in the Flo- It is the first time the grad- Army Band flew In from Miami Another development been Saitiia Monday and Tuesday
again Monday night to consider Guard upon graduation Sunday rida National Guard, accordingto uation ceremonies have been to provide music,and MP's the withdrawal Tuesday of Harold F eMail "You can't beat that for a
the from the Guard's Officers Can- Capt. Bloodworth. held at the new Armory, but handling traffic and parking Norman, Lawtey area farmer -. small county like this,"
budget. didate School held the past two Bloodworth feels that wUl now were volunteers from Clinton, and prison corrections officer Mrs. Flynn;of the rush to says
Cason noted that several register -
Alachua weeks at Camp Blandlng. Captain William F. Fletcher, become an annual affair. The Alabama who were at Camp from the sheriffs race. HitsH .
counties Including HI, distinguished graduate from huge armory main hall was air- Blanding on their annual two
have challenged the state's assessment Over 500 persons attended the first graduating class In conditioned by equipment weeks active duty. (S.. Peg. 8)) "There definitely has beenan
ratio studv In courtand the graduation Sunday at the Increase In registrations and I
there Is a possibility of new National Guard Armoryin -.-- -. .-.-.- a will predict early that we will
having the lost funds restored. Starke, Including state,coun- ,, .", ,.: : ,'."1. have a 70 per cent turn out at
In that event, he said programs ty; local officials, and senior 3 Hurt : .... .' the polls on election day. No
eliminated could be re- officers of the Florida National 4 : DrdVns one can convince me that the
stored. Guard and members of theAdjutant 4y" ..'i ,.j"' 't. ". people of our county are not
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Interested In their governments
General's. staff, along
KII Draft with families and wives of the In 301Crash Ii J .. .. A Santa Fe Lake man, Homer local, state, or otherwise.
candidates. Class ''Sweetheart -.,.. Howard (Chick) Hurst, appar- They caret"
Office OpensKeystone ently drowned :Saturday about Most new registrants are
Miss Usslna also
Joy was \
8 p.m. O.h.Che. north end of coming to the supervisor's office -
Heights residents Santa Fe Lake... or In the courthouse on North
can register for the draft at a Among, the 46 graduates Is Hurst, j 149, ,was sitting in a Temple Avenue in Starke, but
local selective service office Norman L. Butch) Redding, ,. lawn chair on the shore In Mrs. Flym points out there
at Reynolds Insurance'office a graduate of Bradford High Three persona were Injured front of his house and apparently are four countywIde; locations
of Lawrence Street Ke rstone. and a star footballer who has one seriously, on US-301 north fell Into the water face In Hampton, Theressa, Brooker -
Clay County's draft T Board returned this year to coachat of Lawtey Monday when a 1960 down, and hit.his head on a and Lawtey at which residents
will close It'. doors In Green BHS who was commissioneda Volkswagen, driven by a 22- concrete block according to may get their names on
Cove August 2 and moVe to second lieutenant and assigned year-old Gainesville woman, a person close to the family. (S.. Page 8))
St. Augustine on McMllllam to Company C of the struck a puddle, crossed the Cause of the fall has not determined.
Street. 20th Special Forces Group in median, spun around and was .\.
Tampa. struck broadside by an oncomIng : J-- This makes the eighth drowning -

car. in the-Starto-Keystone area Man 38
Two other graduates, 2 Lt.
Miss Hendrickson, 22, since early spring. ,
Frances M. Thlbault, St. Augustine -
QJ 11, (mown (atrirl" and,2 Lt. Albert D, Gainesville, injured her leg, Since early)'f I spring, the following Critical
Whlsler, Jr., have been assigned head both arms, was in shock drownlngs have taken
to local Co. D of the after the accident, and was place In lakes around the local -
53rd Support Battalion as officers taken to the University; of SFC James Thomas af the 20th Special Fracas group training hare supervised construction areaA : AfterWreck
y Florida Medical Center. Russell af six bench. to b. placed In Starke.Special 15 year, old Boy Scout
fJr Cousin, 23, Bangor,Maine, drowned at Gold Head Branch:
/ Forty-four; Junior candidates, a passenger In the Volkswagen, State P.rkerA ,
Y I Just starting into the year- was injured on the head and 19 year old youth drownedat
long Guard OCS also cracked his wrist.
program Magnolia Lake State Park.
David Keith Endwright
took part in the ceremonies Sun Forces Unit ,
James Trieclak was the driver -A 19))year }>old Navy man Tallahassee, is In critical condition -
day. Included were three local Chevrolet that drowned at Crystal Lake. Medical
of the 1962 at the University; -
candidate.: James E, was heading! north on 301 when -An 18 month old Infant Center after Jils car ran
Now O'Nell, a teacher at Bradford the VW crossed In front of the drowned in Santa Fe Lake. off SH-16 and hit a culvert
Register Middle School BHS ; Eddie Douglas Chevrolet, according to FHP Aides Starke Lawtey -Two: brothers; ,. one 6. and early Wednesday morning.ndwrtKhtjras .
a graduate from ,
Trooper Ben Libby. Traeclak. one 12 drowned in Klngsley
To Vole Brooker now teaching in dill In critical -
19, of Jacksonville, received ..
Gainesville, and Sherrod Mark bruises and cute from the ac- The Starke Jaycees and Ala- fairs team of the Special Forces power needs the Jaycees might Lake.A 17 year old youth drownedIn condition at 11:30 a.m.
In September Hamilton, a BHS graduate now cident. Paul Robinson, 19, a bama's 20th Special Forces of under the direction of need for any projects they would Cold Head Branch State Park, Wednesday after sunurr. .
12 an accountant In Tampa. passenger In the car hurt his the National Guard this week SMAJ. Hubert Black and SFC have while the Special Forces and the Hurst drowning. Endwrlgbfs 1972 Plymouth
donated six park benches James Thomas. were at Camp Blending north SR-lfl
Primary left leg. Both refused hospital new was traveling on
Forty-six of 57 candidates
; around the city The benches have a patriotic : Frances Hurst, Hursf wife, .
sucessfully completed the OCS treatment, the trooper said. which were place "We asked them If they could Just north of Morgan Road
Books Close ,' the highest retained of Starke, and helped put a roof theme and are painted red build benches,," Brown said," found him ...,the water lace ran off the pavement for a dUlnce -
percentage In the 10-year history Hendrickson was south bound on the Lawtey Volunteer Fire white and blue with the words and they said they could" down position and tried to revive : of 70 feet, skidded 100
and lost control of the VW America" written on him but galled and calledan
Department building. "Support feet on the other side of the
August 12G.r. of the National Guard officer'
when it went through a mud Forces built them. Also on the benches Is Lt. Col Hammond C. Turner, ambulance; immediately.Hurst road, hit a culvert, then traveled .
The 20th
training: program according puddle then proceeded across Special this week the Jaycee emblem and the commanding officer of the 20th was pronounced' dead on 12 feet In the air after
.. to Capt. James Blood- the median strip Into the northbound the benches and roof Special Forces insignia. Special Forces Company A, arrival at the Alachua: General Impact.. .
1 M worth of Starke, ...lltantcom- while wrevvingupt.lr summer
lane, and was struck says the Civil Affairs operations Hospital in Gainesville director
mandant of the Florida National training at Camp Blandlng. Danny Brown president of Endwright.! Is a deputy; -
Trazeclak's beneflf the local
Qiljr (Q SommunUif! broadside by car, populace '
Guard Officers Candidate to Trooper Libby Lumber for the benches was' the Starke Jaycees, said the and stresses the manyvaried Hurst was a Baptist, and a for Inmat treatment from
&tatlIank School. To complete the course, according donated by the City of Starkeat benches are a project the Jaycees capabilities of Special lineman for Clay Electric Co Division of Corrections central
candidates attend two two-week The Chevrolet hit the driven the request of the Jaycees had been wanting to do Forces op. He was a veteran of the office In Tallahassee.The .
side of the Hendrlckson, such as for some time but never had Korean conflict and a weather was clear but
A.-M.. ..-..U. summer encampments on active and all other materials The Special Forces are also member -
.-'" duty, at Camp Blanding and meet which traveled 75 feet after paint and brushes was provided the know how for. He said erecting roof trusses for the of the Elks Lodge. It had Just been raining, according -
ys..tTO:'Ic-: every third weekend Impact.No All building the Special Forces Civil Af. : to State Trooper Etherldge. -
through by the Jaycees.
May In the year-long program charges: were filed was done by the Civil Af- fairs section offered any man (See Paga 8)) (Se Pe;. 8)) .

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Showers Anniversaries Birthdays "."tOn JVV'tl#1fi: : 912fwi fA O' Ie / VA'he! Jf wj .' II"Weddings"refscnls I

Club' Meetings o 121N\ < fart/es/

Gladys Mooty, Society Editor,

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Miss/ Groves Mrs. Glen / GayarcFamily/ / Couple Honored d, \
Sapp Rosier-Starling .;J ., 'o'U/.
Honored Given Surprise !! -I Marriage Set/ Honored A t After Wall Wlynne '.:............. '. : ,

With Showers Wedding RehearsalMrs. ,
Bridal ShowerMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon DIck) Reception '

r Starling announce the engage- i !:i ew'Arriv i
marriage Miss Becky to Stove Groves Kirkland whose will Glen Sapp, the former yli ment and approaching marriage Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Caylard Harold C, Wall of St. Alvarezi2of
be Teresa Durden, who was mar- 'of their daughter,Brenda Elaine Jr. and family, who are movingto Augustine gave a dinner party;
an event of
at the July first 30 at 3:00: fled July 22; was given a surprise of 'th lr daughter, Brenda Fort McCoy this week, were July 7 honoring her son,William Rev and Mrs.Roman
Sm. Baptist bridal shower July 15 ; Elaine, to Robert Edward Rosier honored at a golng-away reception Herbert, and his fiancee Hallle Arlington, Texas announce
shower was last t at a lingerie by Miss Doris Overstreet and son of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday night given by Josephine Wynne, following the the adoption of a daughter, Stephanie
night given by Miss Thursday Miss Pearl Wolfred at the home ei C.R. Rosier, all of Lawtey. members of the Madison Street couple's wedding rehearsal.The Dawn, born July 2..
and Miss Ann Thomas Kitty; ilazen of the latter on Blandlng street. 1.i. i The wedding will be held August Baptist Church after ,church Paternal grandparents are Mr.
home of the latter. at,the Corsages were presented to ( 12 at 7 p.m at the First service. dinner was held In the and MM. O.R.Alvarez: Starke,
A the honoree, her mother. Mrs. P Baptist Church In Lawtey. A garden room at Halbert's Flam-
by all social the guests hour present.was enjoyed The Bill Wilson and Mrs.L.C.Sapp, ( reception will follow in the The reception was held In the Ing Hearth where the head table DUPLICATE BRIDGE WINNERSG.
mother of the groom. church educational building.All church annex where the was centered with a long, low
refreshment table was covered An arrangement, of red and of white and yellow
with a white crochet cloth and : friends and relatives are refreshment table and gift table arrangement G. Wrenshall and Mrs.
red candela-
white carnations flanked by daisies flanked by
4 Invited to attend. covered with net
centered with an arrangementor were green Luclle l Davie were the winning -
candles the coffeetable the two side
was placed bras, as were
bluo and pink /hydrangeas. In the llvlngroom. The cloths over green linen and centered tables. couple at Duplicate Bri-
Among the guests were Mrs. refreshment table was covered : Mr. and Mrs. James Starling with arrangements of dge Tuesday night. Mrs M.
E.C. Groves, mother of the with a whit lace cloth and centered spent the weekend In Atlanta on summer Cowers.Approximately. The 50 guests Included the A. Baldwin Jr. and Mrs. Sher-
honoree and Mrs. 1\.W. Kirkland with a two tiered wedding business and went on to Bryson 130 guests attended .- honored couple their parents, rod Hamilton were second: and
mother of the bridegroom. cake topped with wedding bell ( City N.C.celebrate their 17th between the hours 8:30: attendants and out-of-town Mrs. Edward Burns and T. A.
elect. and doves. Hanging from the J wedding anniversary. and 9:30 p.m. guests. Sundem were third.
chandelier over the table were a I
Miss Groves was complimented miniature bride and groom. A --
at a kitchen shower crystal punch bowl was placed ..
Tuesday night given by Mrs. at a side table covered with a
Charles Darby at her homeon white linen e gift Jft '
Bessent road. were on display inTh study. ENTER OUR SIZZLER CONTEST,
During the party; hours games where a single candle centeredthe t ,
with prizes followed by refreshments gin table.
were enjoyed by the The hostesses presented the (
guests. honoree with a diver cake server NOW !
Among the 20( guests invited and a piece of her china pat.-
were Mrs. E.C. Groves end tern as a memento of the oc- J ,

'Mrs.The A.W.hostess KIrkland presented the casion.35 guests' were t Invited to call >V "1, When Will The

between the and
honoree with a crystal cream hours 7:00 9-:
and sugar set on a crystal 00 p.m. ': leech
tray as a memento of the -
occasion. Muriel Norman _

Local DKG Teresa Wilson// Weds Mr. Sapp --* ) 1000

Groves Kirkland Society, Chapter In Northside Church CeremonyThe
August 10 1972D'
Wedding Set SundayMiss i:: ,

Muriel S.Norman will assume Northside Baptist) ChurchIn ture hat with apricot streamers -
the duties of president of Alpha Starke was the setting for the and carried three Walben
Becky Groves. daughterof Nu chapter of the Delta Kappa marriage of Miss Teresa D. Abbey roses with apricot
Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Groves, Gamma International Soclety; Wilson, daughter of Mr. and streamers. Oa o p
and Steve Kirkland, Ron of Mr. this month. As president she Mrs William C. Will) Wilson, Angela Sapp attended as flower -
and Mrs. A.W. Kirkland. will will serve on the State Executive : to Glen E. Sapp son of Mr. and girl and carried a white .
be united In marriage Sunday, Board and Is already serving Mrs. L. C. Sapp all of Starke. flower basket trimmed with lily
July 30 at 3:00 p.m. In the on the State' Professional Rev. Wayne Wells performedthe of the valley and held Walben
First Baptist following Church In the with recrea-a reception Affairs committee.. ":, nuptials on Saturday. July Abbey rose petals. Lance Jones You May Have Two Guesses See Full Details Below
22 at .
8p.m.Decorating of Macclenny was ring bearer.
tion hall. Alpha Nu chapter Is composed the altar were two 1st PRIZE 4th PRIZE .
All friends and relatives
standing gold basket contain- The bride In marriageby
of key women educators of ,
Invited to attend. Baker, Bradford and Union ing white gladioli, apricot her father; wore a long 2100.00 Savings Account Antique Gold Barometer

counties. mums, Walton Abbey Roses white gown of silk organza with 2nd PRIZE.. $ .
BaxleyGriffisWedding and pompoms against a background appliques of seed pearls Inserted 5th PRIZE. .
SetMr. of gold arch and tree on the neck line,long organza $25.00 Savings Account Indoor Outdoor Theroinctcr
The Delta Gamma Society
Kappa candelabra with white tapers, sleeves with seed pearls at 3rd PRIZE. .
Is the
; largest organized palms and llly-of-the-valley the wrist, and a train of silk
6t"t I PRIZE
group of women educators In Electric Home I *
garland. Her headpiece of seed Ice Cream Freezer J*
and Mrs. Harry D. Bax- organza. \
the world. The Society ba.a \
ley of Green Cove Springs announce membership of more than 112- Mrs. Lamar Reddish, organ- pearls and rhine'S' tones secured '. Weather,.... forecaster" ".
the engagement and approaching UUU members wtoch& provide Ist---and Mrs. yernon Reddish ber' veil J f illusion. She- ar- .d; .t ra.t, OlluuuaAUb: JlJ JmJ\ -a obtB'Ib9I1alv 01vJ\ If"-'
marriage'of their'daughter annual Inlernatiodal scholir-3 l "',( olptst, prevented a program'of {tt I Hrled'etosegay> of featured H "'ENTRY' .FORM r, "A* .vAJIw.' Ar. Thf Detailtl"W" '
Bonnie Geraldine, to nuptial music. jwhlte carnations and, Walben I EFTVUt'
ships, graduate scholarships Ray Norman attended a*),best with .. amloilw, ,XisrtinofJ )5I.
Jr. removable
Louis Freeman Griffls and fellowships fOr women Abbey Roses Enter The First Federal Siezlerr'Cti "I pd.) 'I tcoNiwrniLiB-' !
Lake. man and the ushers were RIchard corsage with white streamers.
of Orange .
from other countries to studyIn Sapp, Sonny Norman and Her ornament Who It Pldbli .m--p1 Pint Mml o only was a tiny .
am.bt.lnlr"" bItlrFirst
the U.S. Edua Educator's I think '
The wedding will take place awards are given to women Norman Miss Pam Dowdy.Steube of Gainesville string of pearls. Federal the temperature Time and Temperature will reach: 100 Sign degrees on: on the _.. "N1 m.r_ .Au1-1..... .W..,11 0. ..... ...'.... 'lrtI..IO. _
July 29 at 8:00: p.m. In the authors and many other contributions
Highland Baptist Church.All to women' In all phasesof She wore served a long as maid burnt of orange honor. Holiday A reception Inn In Starke.was held at the AJW. SIgn... .Enb7.--...court.1110.be.NNlwed..... or.po.muttrd. 01..1.. ..Inure baton a-

friends and relatives are education. skirt of silk organza with white The bride's table AT P.M., 4, ,
was cover- Y-my-bred-
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Invited to attend. lI:. lace top trimmed In burnt orange ed with a white linen cloth edged "" _ (HMlum)nn "U",htaro iiM/rick:t'A"
silk organza, a white plc- with lace and centered with a MONTH DAY Hii: MIN. .. ThxkWrxiMlMtiniiillixtfHrAiwutlOLim.AUSUTI"f8. .

... three tiered cake with ten inch Mill BS MUl ..OR ECEIVKO NOT LATER THAN
I 97 k : :ivrXf'n'l"i.vr rrrr.:73 8 ,
: columns. Between'or.e of the 197J. I A
i TTE i BERT'S W. : layers was a lighted bride and 7, VaxtoiMlimkilimiinliwMeoiMirillinBwIii.matttiSXa. .

groom ornament and topping the I,d.lit 9"A""" cake were love birds and cu- DATE NAME
pids. Around the cake was a .. Onljr_grin M.onon. .

; CRAFT SHOP" ruffle of nylon net and silk 10. W.u*.MrMio .IU.tor' milM lot bio.....1.
I organza in burnt orange and
HWY 21 IN KEYSTONE NEW SHOPS apricot carrying out the color JUDGING I

motif of the wedding and recep- ADDRESS TELEPHONE L amOW-un.brb.---.MaN. .
... r.p.rrnanl-A.aao
ANNOUNCES ,1l' / : M tion. 'ThIs was flanked with silver CLIP AND SEND IN NOW! -....-......-....:q.Y''ay,y jw'I' mil ban Wn-0
candelabra with white
That Will Pocketbook: In back of the n'N.N.r r- .'...... ............_
tapers. table -r-np
Thoy Have A lno d. .., ma
D.coupog. Showing ; .I..k' .. ..
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On August 2nd From 10 4:30 were standard arrangments of Get Form "B" From Our .U. nubntKI ... oho ....... OlIo l4.p.... oIIIInodo m.r oIft...Win..--
'I white
gladioli apricot
and! Walben Abbey roses.mums Mrs. Office And I Take A ....1 lit--.....IN.....-.Sf'*2" SCf". .""*"-. -""W-'-l._" __ .
Klchard Sapp cut the cake and :; .11. PWW "too M Oat*mw to HERE ARE A FEW OF THE MANY DECOUPACE assisting In serving were Deborah o-wl-.1
PURSES THAT WILL BE ON DISPLAY Wilson, Kay Lewis Nancy Second G "ess. .P.bnl. 7u4iwb.00i.'_....Looa 1001 MroN.U-a"III be "E anr4we _..__"'...FI..I

Lee and Colleen Nichols. Miss .....
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Linda 1m. MnMbp.bn --
Buckley kept the bride'sbook. dill to.ifclutnlnd dnbM::: ,bo Ih 1M burl0........ X ti Imuoo Au-d AI.10,.dn-b.,......._lAbor..II,_.,1
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) Following a wedding trip to
Itl 1 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION South Florida the couple wlU B EACH TOWELS Save $200 or More And Get A Large
reside In Punta Gorda. Beach Towel!
CALL Open A New Account
The bride graduated from BUS
w JR In June 1972 and prior to her With. Carrying. Case Or Add To An Old One! (Sorry, one

473-3763 parents wedding was Badcock, emolnved FurnitureCo. with her Per Account And! Maximum, Of Three

/,. Per Customer). ;: )
L : a Mr. Sapp graduated from BUS
#' ? I'f in June 1964 and attended Jack
b Fr. Classes Te Any Ag. Group In Candle sonville Junior College. He ,

? I-'t J Making J..I, ,, Making Decaupage Macrame is presently a member of the
1 Florida Highway Patrol stationed Passbook 6 Month 1 Year
I In Punta Corda.Approximately 2 Year
175 attended Savings Certificates Certificates
ANYONE: BRINGING THIS AD TO BETTETs tit BERT WILL RECEIVE A 10". the wedding and guests recep-- Certificate.e

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.. Summer CloseOut Sale I. Investment Investment Investment "iaveen.eat MIa.

Everyone: Is A "Winner" Who Saves At First Federal


I Don't Delay.. It Is Getting Hotter Every Day!

Van H. Priest Co. Store Our Hours

Mon thru Thur.;-'9 em. to 3 p.m.

All Ready t'::,;s; to Wear Reduced Friday Clo..d! 9 a.m.Saturday to 5:30" p.m.


Savings and Loan Association of Stark

1/3/ To 1/2/ ) "tsrkt, florid

i / =[r "The Home Of Saving, TELEPHONE 395 W. MADISON 964-5000 ST. '' .' .fIt
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Mr. and Mrs. Mack William Mrs. Robert Barkley and Mrs. Rlt
Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold'' Jack Rich! of Jacksonville LDZI
Godwin had as weekend guests were Saturday visitors of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams Mabel Strlngfellow.
Jr. and daughters,who are moving -
from Pensacola to Framingham Mr. and Mrs. Don Riley and
Mass., Mr. and Mr.Beams family of Ormond Beach were
Williams and daughter of Saturday 'visitors of Mr. and
Savannah, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Dolph Reddish. They all I
Charles McQualg and family visited Mr. and Mrs.D.W.Car- II I
Santa Fe Lake.
of Waycross, Ga., Mr.and Mrs. penter
Bob Williams and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs.William Mooty
John Williams of Gainesville
of Jeddah Saudi
and daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Rlchare Williams Arabia were visiting his father
and daughter of Tallahassee.
and Mrs. Mood
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwin
had all of the on Tuesday. t ty. ti
Frank Williams, Larry Paterson and Paul
night supper. Parson are on a five day canoeing i
and camping trip this week
Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Lan-
with the Florida Presbyterian
don and Mr. and Mrs.Jack Lan- Canoe Campers down the Su- oLDs/
don of Lakeland were weekend wannee River. a.I .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW.

Brown. Mr. and Mrs. X.M. Smith
and daughter, Terri and cousin
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark Renee Smith of Live Oak, and
returned last Thursday from Mrs. H.T. Smith, Mrs. Ruby
two weeks tour of Canada and Wolfe and Mrs. Trellle! Ches- \
the New England states. hire spent Saturday at RaIn- 1.
bow Springs
Misses Becky Groves and Kim t.
Hodges and Randall Zipperer Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp :
and Steve Kirkland were tubing visited Mr. and Mrs. Dewey 'tL.J
on the Ichetucknee River Sun- Warren In Waycross Ca. last
Friday Saturday. They were
day.Mrs. accompanied home by Mrs.J.S.
E.M. Long and Mrs.E.J. Sapp who had been visiting the
Dowling Sr of Starke and Mrs. W"rr311c for two weeks. Weds
Dan Pater Jr. of Keystone Hallie Josephine Wynne

Heights attended the Jacksonville Miss Beverly Eggers of Jacksonville -
Beach Woman's Club antique Is visiting her grand Mr. Wall In Mobile CeremonyMr.
show at the Jacksonville parents Mr. and Mrs. Tullie -
Beach Coliseum Saturday.Mr. :Norman this week. and Mrs.William Winfred Miss Mary Ann Prlerly ol
Wynne of Mobile Ala.announcethe Tuscaloosa Ala. was flower
and Mrs. Robert Barks- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Norman marriage of their daughter. girl and was attired similar to
dale and daughter. Vicki attended visited Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Hallie Josephine to William the honor attendant.
the graduation of Frank Eggers in Jacksonville Sunday. Herbert Wall son of Mrs.Harold Hugh Malge Granting of"
Cruce of Lawtey from three Claude Wall and the late Gainesville, Fla. was best man.
months basic training at Par- Mrs. Sybil Betts of Quincey Brigadier General Harold Ushers were Samuel Allen Ben: r
rls Island S.C. Tuesday.Mr. and Mrs. Archie Fuller Miss Claude Wall of St. Augustine.The nett, of Indlam Harbour Beach
Bett Fuller and Miss Ann Fuller wedding took place July Fla., William Winfred WynneJr.
and Mrs. Walter: Vander- of Moultrie Ga. are guestsof 8 at 4 p.m. In the Our Lady .. and Phillip Andrew Wynne
lip of Tucker Ga. will be week- Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrlef of Lourdes Catholic ChurchIn brothers of the bride and
end guests of Mr.and Mrs.Harry at Kingsley Lake for several Mobile Ala. with Rev. Russell Charles Douglas Wilson of
Mooty. days. They all visited Mrs. Wise SSE, performing the Richmond Va.
R.E.McRanie In Tampa Wednesday double-ring ceremony.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wynne
LTC and Mrs. V.J. Spenglerand Frank Pierce organist, entertained at a reception at
daughter Debbie and Mrs. and Miss Holly Seelhorst, solo- the Garden Center following
Emma Badman visited Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson of ist, rendered a program of nuptial the wedding.
Mrs. R.L. Spengler In St. Kane Pa. Is visiting her parents music. Following their wedding
Augustine Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F.II. Kr- The bride given in marriageby trip the couple will reside In
amer. her lather wore a white ( Tuscaloosa Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Ericson organza gown of empire designIn
of Denver Colo were week- .Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Whisler formal length with an accented -
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. of Folkston Ga. were Sunday bodice of Belgian lace and
Levon Andrews. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carl seed pearls featuring a chapel Gary Green of Eustis spent
Mathews and attended the graduation train scalloped with Belgian last week with his grandparents) .
Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison of their son.Albert,from lace. Her finger tip veil was Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Mulchings. .t.
were vacationing In the Blue National Guard. secured to a wreath of silk organza -
Ridge Mountains last week. flowers and seed pearls Mrs. Loule Bell farts and 1
Dwayne McPae Is convalescing and she carried a bouquet of Mrs. Mabel Stringfellow visited
Brant Turner visited Mr. and at home after being con white daisies and baby's Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brown In 1968 1969Oldsmobile
Mrs. W.T. Brinson and his fined In the Baptists Memorial breath. Green Cove Springs last Wed-
grandfather Roy Turner in Valdosta Hospital with head Injuries he Mrs. James Hubbard Youngof nesday morning and visited Oldsmobile 88 All 88
Ga. Saturday. He was accompanied received at an accident on his Mobile served as matron of Mrs. C. A. Gheesling in St.
by David McRae and Job at Maxwell House Coffee honor. She wore a formal length Augustine that afternoon. 2 Poor JI.T. Coupe,, ,;r ,. '
.....June Hardy who visited Valdos-, Plant in Jacksonville last lemon yellow voile gown accent"ed .-, Mind Brand" New'\\Stt\\ \\ Tins! 0'n. "?7 ROaasr' .j ". 4 (Dour Sedan: I
;.., ta State College. '.11 -A *t II, "Friday. with Venetian lace,'empire Mrs. Frederick W. r L
... bodice and bell sleeves' She Everett Jr. and son of Miami :A.CPS., PB. CLEAN. | '{ Clean As New And Its|( Road Ready!
Miss Joyce Denmark who has M.ss Valerie Pabst of Jack- wore yellow daisies In her hair were weekend guests of Mr. 149501'Lcad'
graduated from LaGrange College sonville spent the past week and carried yeallow daisies. and Mrs. Jay Carver. $2195 "
Is home for six weeks with her brother-in-law and Miss Caterina Sutley of Tuscaloosa -' AI Harley and children of 1969
vacation. sister. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Ala. served as maldof Merritt Island spent the week- To
Harrington at Kingsley Lake. honor and Mrs. Michael Gerald end with Mrs. Lonnle Harley. Chevrolet Impala
Mrs. Margaret Jackson entered Perez of Bessemer Ala., Mrs. Julie Alderman of Baltimore 1969Pontiac
the Alachua General Hospital Earl Clarence Bassett DI of last week with her
Md. spent Sedan
Saturday for observationand Mrs. W.F. llerlong attendedthe Mobile and Mrs. Samuel Allen cousin Cindy Canova at Kings- 4 Door BALDWIN Wagon
treatment. Layfield family reunion at Bennett, sister of the groom of ley Lake. ;Nice Car11 The \Way
Hart Springs Sunday. Indian Harbour Beach, Fla. Completely I I I Loaded
Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson were bridal attendants. They Mrs. Glen Conner and son, Steal i "
of Jacksonville were Saturday Kathy Grlder and Elena Can- wore Identical gowns to the Leonard of Orlando visited Mr. $1895 CHEVROLET Clean &
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leo ova returned Tuesday from nine matron of honor. and Mrs. Barney McRae Sun- Sharp $2495
Champion. days at Camp Weed. day. Leonard has recently returned -
from two months tour 1970
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of Europe.

Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas and Plymouth Chevy Van

DRASTICREDLJthONSOn son. Dale visited her mother
Mrs. 11.11. Joiner in Winter Wagon 13000 Miles
Garden Saturday. They are accompanied -
by Mrs. Kate Sheppard A.C. PS. VB A. Trans. CLEAN 6 Cly. Stand.

All G.E. Window Units In Stock who visited friends. I,
of Mr.Merritt and Mrs.Island Gerry spent Gibson the \ $2395

WE CANNOT ADVERTISE PRICE weekend and Mrs.with L.H.his Glbso.ru parents. Mr. 1958 1963

Mr. and Mrs. Don Hard-

JUST COME SEE FOR YOURSELF enbrook Mrs. Essie visited Hardenbrook his mother In Ford Chevrolet

AND SAVE Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.Sunday.Hurbert Thomas AS IS 1968 \ Wagon

of Starke and Mrs.C.M. Fowler \8\, Trans.
of Winter Park were weekend
AGFS415DB guests McNeely of in Mr.Lakeland.and Mrs. J.W. $150A Chevy Nova Runs "Good

Mr. amd Mrs. S.V. Slgfrled 2 Door Sedan $395"STARKE
of Punta Gorda were Weekend
Deluxe l Gl guests of Mrs. Vergie Flynn. Bring Your Own Body Man
Mrs. Bessie Faxon of Gain- Ig .
EEl esvlll' was Monday overnight .
guests of Mrs. Flynn.Mr.andMrs.C.Lynwood. $395

Quiet I Big i I I Walters !

of Danville Va. arrive
this weekend for a week visit 1969
with their parents Mr.and Mrs.
S.L. Peek Jr. and family.
Ford G 500PS.
Mrs. H.G. Bolllnger spent the
Thrust Control-for gentle past week In Greenville and
close-in" cooling or deep VanWert Ohio on Business and ., PB., Air Cond.
Into or other rooms '
room visiting relatives.
White \With Black Top .
Unique AirtWash" Local: admittances to Bradford J.
'=.-.== Filtration System County Hospital this week

10 Temperature Include: Manuel Suero L.O. $149500eI '
Haaen. P.M. Barefoor William
Selections George Mrs. Alma Louise
h Ultra Quiet RotaryCompressor GUI and Mrs. Wanda Tctstone,
-" Starke Graham.; and William Starling of

-' Smart Styling


Model AQFS4150B Publiihed every Thimdayt .
/ 15.000 BTU/Hr. 1.18 W. Call StreetStark
Air Conditioner *. Florida 32091 te..s Moleafy/

Second class postage. raid FLORIDA
aa I Stark FloridaSuhacrlplion
'f.si, r Lfttr row tmrHt OMOT

!. trade'area: U.OO per

Outside trade area SUM
STARKE FLA. XT year; 13.00.. month
332 W. MADISON ST. PHONE 964 7701 I

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,I: SAVE NOW I I i' Cdmmunity'i Bill Costello Qualifies Fo : Supt.TueIda.Y .

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I ORTHO ALL I: oN i ews Bill edtlcatorl veteran ahortly before noon in my dealings with them," skills" Costello states. "It.r', people the need of our and county wishes; I of sincerely the
ORTNO Bradford qualified8v to seek toM office of county: ; say Costello. may sound old-fashioned / .
"I. .l1cJtrour: vote.
I M..IUAlMfA'( | LIQUID school superintendent., X do mean reading, writing and > ,I. ', :
I PlANT Costello has been coordinator "If elected I will try to each and every student In Brad- workers, both adults and
8$ Senior' choir meet each 1.3 InchesOf of the Bradford DCT (dl- see that the county; receivesa Costello .
FOOD Summer <>l will close The ford County with a complete students says H
I AApwns1. a4 hbldpnte attend1Ag Tuesday night Prayer Meet. versified co-operative train dollar In value for every dol- working knowledge of these subjects lives at 611 Pinewood Drive
I a riences each Wednesday night. The Ing) Program for the past 15 lar spent.. My office would be at his learning level Stark, and can be reached bv
: J Prepriccd 4.98 which have,,ken enjoyed by all. Lead Circle meets each Thursday Rain .years and.In the school sys open to the bills public) who their after prior to any' extensive emphasis phoning .984-8232 or 473-3014.
all foot the
The experiences helped them to night. Story hour is held tern for 16 years."I through on electives. .
I HOW 2.49'Gal. retain the ready," learned skill at the church also Falls Wed.New sin glad to be running taxes. And I would' be available -
I II to listen to their ideas
and learn newLooes.. The Prayer Band will meet for county superintendent "As Important as buildings y ASaciNATINGi'By
your "
Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. Friday night at the home Mrs.Louisa of schools. 1 have worked with with an open mind. and equipment are, the real \ ,
I Llosey. The Home Mission River Tower measured the people of Bradford County, "I sincerely feel that Bradford strength of any school system 71
will sell dinners from the 1.3 inches of rain Wednesdaynight ; in opinion is In concered
I II Counhat superior my
I SAVE Dell ChapW* 168 will hold students as well as adults, for many
Visitors but the other two towers teachers capa-
28. understanding
kitchen Saturday July teachers and I feel that
its the past 16 I have always we
regular years. -
I YOUR I II night August,2nd.raeeting All members Thursday are always welcome. Lewis Hill and Santa f'.. tried, ,to be fair and frank could work together.A ble of relating to the students
Pleasant Grove United MetnOdlsU did not receive enough rain and motivating them to learn.
are asked,ta please be present to be
Church..Theo ere land measured. The Tiny'Tigers of the Littlest desire for a
(ORTHU LAWN and on ante. Business I kins pastor. s From July 17-24 no rain was Classified Ad In the TELE- "Based on my '
of vital League threaten to strike responsive to
I CHURCII Importances.NEW$" pry will be held Friday night measure d in the county, but for pensions at age 11.. GRAPH brings results. system
CHINCH BUG I 1111NCII July, 28 at 8 p.m. the Division of Forestry onSR- ---1
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I Greater AHeri Chapel A.M.E. -- ------------------- ---- 11 I&TON JORDA
sprat I Church Rev ....' Rev. R.L. Shaw will be the 100 said that rain was spotted '
II BI'CSI G.E. Jenkins. speaker. The public Is Invitedto in areas the towers were not ,
I Patter servile: schedule as attend. able to measure. Y.w Bennies Hair :
I \I E follows: Sunday''School at 10 July so far had totaled 5.07 : 1. .- StyleSouth

',\CTIVEliS a.m. Missionary1 Service at 11 The fifth Sunday Ministers and inches of rain. The July 50
I a.m. The 'message will be Deacon Union will be held In year average is 10. 87 inches L1; 301 964-8200 I'I
1': of Zion AMtW,f;;Church, Law- Keystone. belnniiw Friday Rain measured in Brad- BOW mo is AHIPPOPOTAMI'S
i I toy. night July 28 ford County so tar this vear I t3onni 's Hair is I II ?
ChurchPleasant Styles :
iI I II All members are asked topl- Grove Baptists from January..|totals 41.72 Happy It Is not unumiHl to hrnr
I Ortho Chinch ease be presdnt"and on time. members and friends are Inv inches The average for this I to Announce The Association someone milk," rtfercmv 'tt> nn-
Services will terminate with the ited to cooperate with this ac- time of year II 30.88 Inches other Individual being fill "hlg niA
I Bug Spray morning service., All leadersare I of RUBY LEWIS Mrs. Lewis is "
10.84 Inches below
\)'. Rev. Robinson pastor what the s e t. ,a hippopolnmtis.' Of 'IIIII'M'.
I I asKed to' please' make the Card of Thanks. county; has this year. Anxious To Again Serve Her i ii everyone ,'ulall I'K that ihra lii
Rau.I report to the!secretary at 5pm. The family of the Late Joyce 47 fires have burned 301 1 .)i stretrhing the truth 110mI'. tint/'
t Lai. I).WI I 7.98 I II Greater Bethlehem Freewill Reddish wish is to express Its acres so far in 1972. ,': lr; Many Established Customers II iifjmt how much? 'How big in a
Baptists Church: Rev Jasper heartfelt thanks for the many Weather for the rest of the .' hlppopotumuH\? Would you holailicve -
1 1I Williams. Pastor Services will expersslons of sympathy extended week II expected to be partly I .j, :and is Looking Forward to J M' lone ;1111 :in (ivrnno/
I 10 % begin 9:30 a.m.with Morning Sunday service School at at 11 In the loss of the loved cloudy chance of with rain.a 50-60 The Forestry percent I Making New Friends at Bonnies., I II 'twice RS much and l? weighing "boul|

I Chlordane t a.m. League"%\4 p.m. one.The flowers kind words and service says to expect little RUBY LEWIS I II ". i mats, right n full' Krnwn
This Sunday will be observedas I
change in the weather this week- .
deeds are hippo cnn weigh 7.500 pnuiklj or
I Dust I EducaUo d1 Day. Rev. Brother appreciated.Mother end. Bonnie more and ran be 10 to 12: hvt' In
: Shelton lodge is scheduled Specializes In
: 1 1ror
II I II to speakjXunday morning I 9 to length move Now around IhJl'n from n lot place of meat to-
"in1.57 Evening serci" a 6
| p.m. .
4 II ; the hippo spends
) \ I place so much
I Choir No 3 and ushers Board
ect Permanent 43 t tI
: i of its limp lounging In th> wu
No 2 meet each Monday night
I TEMPLE tcr, often just Oo.iting; Hbout In
5% I '
I II JIM Haircuts a: lakenr n large' Blrciini.'
.Don't "float almlcsKly" in your
: Sevin Dust : BoatersAsIi1 Superintendent Of I lV ,business denlings. You are as.
I I Hair Coloring; r I I II wftured of always getting 'the brit t

Public InstructionCAPABLE I:4: service possible whtn doing business
I 4 ll> O1.17 t e d I Individual I wild us. See us first .

Plant Grass : was I Sets & Manicurists at
: I Aleahua Bleated County let Curriculum Chairman Of CouneU The. '0 .... ,;. i" I II

,;_Seed Now 1I 1 To 1beyLawtS In I'*'. As Chairmen H.lp.dlE.- t 'Eyelashes : I II II

".:..iof lablleh Pilot Program For Iduo.lloo-; ,V ,. IT A A
\ fe8aional Educator Concerned With Today. Youth ; .ProfessionaMen'a Hair Styling ,: u.5.301 North
SEED L PHONE 9647500
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Bradford QflP erlfTs Department -
Sib.4.25 ha. |'( en receiving \.:.r(
I complaints'n fTTnltizens who

50'- lb. 41.25: people live or skiing stay on boating local lakes to about closeto FLORIDA NATIONAL BANKS OF FLORIDA, INC. 1 '"

PENSCQLA the docks and swimmers. '

I II Persons who disobey this law AND SUBSIDIARY BANKS '
I: BAH1A SEED: : are subject to be arrested for
the criminal offence Deputy

I Lb. 'Tlfi' I, 4"delllllfbll Sheriff ate Dolph,for Reddish.theer.al The trw! I III ... ..". ... ta Consolidate l..,n tatemellt t ... bf''Ctlndition'' '!; 'fa' ,1-11 Ut', :' t : '; ';;I. I

Sib. (II#tohpe" '"= '.ill. tI1o ,.II! r1 1"1' ." r
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; "' ; ')illl 'i, ,'1 II'.I Ix d'' uitO: rlt lis na 111ovr YldulaseR8wi

i 50 Ib '21.50' 1 the'They summarfjnopths, algid stay V 75 y. to that 100 on a-water boster1should yards 'J ""Ir kJ I.I\l'. eve( dalrv. N)17... t 1972 .,!..t.v, ,' s't > ...,..,_.. -_ -

from the end of docks.
1 1I boating are:
Chanter 371.54 Water skis Cash and Due from Banks $ 203,982,256.47 Deposits
aauaolanei reeulated(1) ---
1 1dCorr .. Investment Securities: Demand $ 31,;961,255.11

(I) No teflon stall ooer- U. S. Government Obligations 128,892,282.67 TIme \ 432',169,498.98
rate ay sseL,on/Why waters ofthis
U. S. Government
state'r towing a person Agency Obligations 56,714,629.57 Total Deposits 964130754.09

on water skis, or an aquaplane Florida County ,& Municipal Bonds 80,581,209.50 Federal Funds Purchased and Securities
or similar device unless Other State & Municipal Bonds 154,263,321.03 Sold Under Repurchase Agreement h400OOO.00
!there Is vessela
J nttriuwi In addltl n to the Federal Reserve Bank Stock 2780750.00 Provisions for Taxes, Interest, etc. 066063.62
operator. In a position& to observe -
Other Securities
NEW Package Conta ns the progress1 of the person 51,298,389.60 Interest and Income Collected-Not Earned )'Z307.796.56

BAIT FILLED TRAYS being towBuS'tot, the vessel Federal Funds Sold n 36,769,000.00 Dividends Declared-Not Yet Payable '376981.04

14 is qulpped'with a wide-an- Loans ;' 417,698,725.12
Total liabilities
gle rear view mirror mount- "
I Meal I II ed In such iraumerws to permit Bank Premises & Equipment (Net) 31,800,014.99 Reserve for Possible Loan Losses .S:844:563.41: :
the operator of the vesselto Other Real Estate Owned

I 1 ib. 1.67 I II the observe person be the*4qwed.progress of Interest and Income Earned .I.,r Capital Minority Accounts Interest :In Subsidiary Banks ..,,1;J'...95.818.16"

(2) No period:shall engage Not Collected : .: "I 9,255,557.96
Pellets I II"s. in water ./Aquaplan! ; Other Resources 'r Capital Stock, $12.50 par value per share. '.
I ing, or slmllar*trctivlty at .{ 1310773.41 Authorized 12,000,000 shares; Issued .
any time between the hours Total Resources : 1176132676.15
i 1.67 from one half hour !after sunset '-- 117806575.00
I II to one half hour before J I' 'f Paid In Capital s.:(, ,,14,282.59
sunrise '; "-.. ,. ., ',' Undivided Profits 2.949.558.62
(3)) The of subsections I. '
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;/ ((1)'Anti(2)( ) ( ) do not :'1i- .
..... 13077041621
to .,' r ,
apply a performer
engaged .."
OOLDCtt I II In a professional exhibitionor Less Excess of Par Value of Stock Issued Over

I MALRtrJ. a person In an preparing official regatta.to participate : Underlying Equity In SubsIdiary Banks (3359716.94)
boat race, myrine parade, I Total Capital Accounts 127,410,699.27

... .. tournament of"lxhlblUon. Total Liabilities .
..w.. .r and
am ...., r;
I 1 .a (4) No perstflTIKCti oPerate' Capital Accounts 1176132676.15
_. .. or manipulate uur Vessel' ,towrope '.
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,:- -- or othettjurfc 5 *by which ...
the dlreedoniH 'location of ... .4 \
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device MlPM affected Chelrmen, Preldont' Och.ner Clinic end Ochsner President
FOR HOME or controlled,(lEjtQch away CHAUNCEY W. LEVER ARTHUR M. ANDERSON E..cullve Committee Flotida NIII/onel/ Sen"e Foundation HoepNaf Florida first National'Bank
I as to cause tS'Vjter' skis, Pruld.nt ,,' Pre.ldent Ddu AIr LInes. Inc 01 Florida Inc New Orleans, Louisiana et PenHcoF'olld. /.
.\M I\R\'l'S) \' : aquaplane orMMfRar: device National' Bank Atlanta/ Georgia Pruldn'
t JOHN H. MANRY IR. el SL Pelersburg Florlda flst National, DR STEPHEN C. O'CONNELL W. C.SMITH
thereon to collide
any perso Vice Pre.iden, RICHARD E. EHLlS President Immedl.' Pot Chairmen
Bank l.ckonvl'le
11| Ib- 1.37. or strike against any object R. HUGH DANIEL Pre.d.nt, UnillerIIy 0' Florida Standard 01' Company
except slalom buoys,ski lAMES C. ROBIN90N IR. .
Chairmen a Treasurer Florida National Bank JOHN H. MANRY IR Gainesville Florida 01 Kentucky
4.57' himos or like objects: used Vice Pre"den Daniel In'ern.llonal' Corporation at, Lekel.nd President I' .Loul.vllle..Kentucky
15 Ib I normally in competitive or. Birmingham Alabama a. J. PARRISH, IR, .
Fonda National'Bank Twit
CHARLES 8. NORTON President' ,
recreational skiing. 0 P HEWITT,JR. WILLIAM C. SWAIN ,
I S.cretery HARRY A' d.BUn$ Pre.ldent Company .t Mleml 1.1. PorLA a C ompeny. Inc. Prudent
I II Reck1h1 4&4negllgent Former President Florida National/ 'Bank Cheorm." Flor/de/ National SlInk.
I 371.50 ROBERT F. STAMP : ALLEN NEUHARTH National/ Bank at Coral GablesUAperville. ... .
Orlando : -
Southern 'el
: operation of vessel 1.-It Is unlawful Tre..urer Railway Company Proldent B,1
wno,; II to O 8tM4roll f ve,sal in Vneme; Gannett Compeny. 'nc. e STANLEY i1.TAYLDfl
a reckless mlunietA person ROBERT M. ULSCH FRED H. KENT Rachesia New rINk lAMES A. RHODES Prelldent
I is guilty of reckless 'operation Comptroller end ._ Kent. burden end Kent Former Governor 0'' Ohio Florid.Bank d Trust

of a vessejIVbmoperates; Assistant Secretary ,, Attorneys President, Company at Daytona Beach
I femes A. Rhodes a. Aasoo.Columbus. .
any vessel, M-1 manipulatesany "
I WHIRLWINDMOWERS I II water lid&'.a& Iane' or / OhiO
similar devldsl i i La t willful or
safety of per l|* ropertor ;/,
i "I endanger, or likely to endanger ";
1 1s
1 1j ch. 63-105; ly"lth 63-361,
tag all- "

i for a coin pare- oaibskI1NKSM; (.

J 111r ,f *.f".d"J.r, liv.lll moct..r* J.ys IJIJI'IftUltd. It" m. .-.ot

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Con viclJon Leads Caladiums, Are HollidavCandidate

Ideal For ColorIn

Crawford Toward Summer For School Board

Caladiums, a tropical) plant
native to the Amazon River area
Baptist Ministry of Brazil have beautiful,multicolored v
testes that make them Arthur N. Holliday'of Stark He 1s married to the Conner growth and progress for. (the
Ideal for interior decoration and qualified Friday, July 21 as a Hope Hayes of Starke and they County; School Systems.
9 i for furnishing summer color in candidate for election to the have a son and daughter.' "I'am asking the people."
,r take church youths on field tripe ? I the home landscape. Board of Public Instruction Mr. Holliday said," to supportmy
apd' visit local hospitals.) Caladiums can be used to furnish Districts.Holllday. Holllday served a four candidacy on the basis of
"I visit the hospital-and ,Just + color In many. locations. had been a residentof year term at thla post in 19M my constant Interest in the
arid t Starke since 1940 and Is 1968. During this term he Schools and
Crawford i They add color to foundation i my previous
tint who six has been Bap. planting around .the., home. Use Elks to Hear employed as a Medical Technologists tells that the records show record. If elected I pledge to
for about
months, said
; with a local PhysicianHe continue my former of
of colorful caladiums policies
mass planting
"I'm strictly biblical about doc- Vice President
certain is an active member 01 aw Independent judgement and
trine. The Baptists are the to emphasize Church of Slowing Down
points along border plantings.) voting! my convictions In an
fr closest" I can find to the Bible Caladiums are also effective Of NE DistrictDonald Starke of the Masonic Lodgeno. Not honest eiiort to represent the
C planted in portable tubs or 35, of the American Legion EnoughAt views of the people I have the
Crawford said he eventually that moved from Post 56 and the Florida prlveledge to "
wants to minister In a small planters are L. Yates, of Orange Society of organizations. Stop Signs serve
rural town and he plans to be one location: to the other. Often Park vice president of the
in Apopka until the end of Miss CrawfordTo a clump of caladlums can be Florida Northeast District Drivers who get In the habitof
August, when he will attend Wed Aug. 26 placed) under the low side and BPOE. will be guest of honorat Special Forces merely slowing down rather 1heOd1Vm .
windows. A short bed or
Mississippi) College In Clinton the regular meeting of Starke than stopping at stop signs are
i' and major In religion. mass 'planting. can become a"facer" BUts Lodge No. 1802 on Monday Officers Visit dangerous to themselves and -'ri''
in the founda-
; Rev and Mrs. G.L. Crawfordof planting rag, August 7. others, the Florida Highway(
: Starkn announce the eruraoe- tion shrut). Color Is always Dinner will be served precedIng Civitan Patrol warns.Last t1s cL
of their Patricia and terrace Meeting
ment daughter, welcome around patio the
Sylvia Ann Dodd mooting at 8 o'clock. year in Florida 88 fatal -
h Ann. to Ronnie Keith Edenfleld. areas. Mr. Yates will report on the crashes occurred when '
e,1 w Earns DegreeIn son of Mr. and Mrs. F.C. Ed- Plants are propagated from Elks' hospital for Crippled Capt. D D. Eggleston and drivers failed to obey stop 7'1 '
enfleld of Lake City. Miss tubers. You will generally get Children at Eustis and other Sgt. Barry Hoole, Co. A 20th signs. ,, ... iI00
Mark Crawford of Starke. NursingMiss Crawford Is also the daughterof the best results for plants to related services for physically Special Forces Group from These signs mew! that drivers \. .., (( -- ;:..
whose "strong conviction In the late Lois Crawford of be used for interior decoration handicapped children of Huntsville, Ala., were guestsof must bring their vehicles to a .'I1..r.. rlioiil.l. I'jwd| l .liulfDM
Christ" led him to seek a Sylvia Ann Dodd,daugh- Starke. by buying plants already in pots. Florida. The Harry-Anna hos- the Starke Civitan Club at complet stop. After having .......b .lines ..rlir>r iMliiinlIn .
place) in the Baptist mlniitxy, ter of Mrs. Fred Dodd of Keystone Marrlaxe vows will spoken buy For the outdoor tubers plantings and you them may pital is owned and operated by Its Tuesday morning breakfast. stopped, they must yield the ........I u" llirrr !I" .lior rIMIMIT
is spending the summer as a in the Old Providence Baptist the Florida State Elks Associa. The Army special forces right-of-way to all traffic before **
Heights, has accepted a Sat- Indoors as soon as the soli begins nmlrr I InIIIMM!.
youth minister in Apopka' Church at Providence on tine of which the Starke Lodge group is Interested in people entering the intersection.
Trinity Baptist Church. nursing position In Barge urday, Aug. 26, at 8 p.m. to warm up. is a member. and communities, said Capt.
Crawford, son of Mrs. Betty Memorial Hospital at Bob Jones with a reception given by Kev. Tubers are sold In grades expressed < The local is Eggleston, whose group has offered :.' I lt ::;:;(: ;:<<:: ;:: :::-:;::: :.:-:.:.:.:.:;: .:.:.:.:. :::; :;:;: ::;:::::..
Crawford of Starke, said he University. Greenville, S.C. and Mrs. Crawford nt the Community in Inches of diameter.The Lodge actively civic affairs assistanceto
had planned to go into medl-' building in Providence mammoth grade I. 3 1/2 ren's supporting the crippled child local towns and the county.
Miss Dodd hernurse's following the Inches or mo.-e in diameter. financially by rmuSTARKE[ I
heard The Forces
cine until he evangelist ceremony.The contributing\ Its share of the annual 20th Special groupis '
Jumbo grade is 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 -
James Roberson speak two training at Orange bride-elect is a 1971 operating which training at Camp Blanding
years ago. lie said he had Memorial Hospital School of graduate of BHS and is em- Inches. The number one two, totaled $530 milllo.i expenses last for two weeks summer active
never had a strong church life Nursing and received the ployed by Western, and Southern and three grades are smaller.To Local Elks year. duty.
are urged to!attend
before but suddenly found himself Bachelor of Science degree in Life Insurance Company sprout the tubers, plant this meeting and Join In the tri- While In the area CompanyA I APPLIANCE I Ii
deeply Involved in Christ. nursing from BobJones University in Gainesville. them about one Inch'deep In bute to the guest of honor. helped the Lawtey Volunteer
"I was Mud of mixed up In May. Mr. Edenfleld Is a 1909grad- peat moss of and 80 maintain to 85 a temperature Fire Department In rooting
there for awhile," Crawford uate of Columbia County High degrees their fire station and placed
said. "Then I found a call While attending the university. School In Lake City and is em- with a high humidity. The tubers e e e "loafer" benches around i SERVICE i1
ing to become a minister and Miss Dodd served as ployed bv tho Donartment of may be planted directly The superannuated friend Starke.
serve Christ in this world." president and chaplain of the Transportation in Lake City. out-of-doors in well prepared plans to establish a retirementcareer An August 19 Softball gamo :M1 'j11
His calling didn't come as a Harriet Parker Literary All friends and relatives are beds when the temperaturedoesn't as a consultant, ad via. between the Civitan Club members :
lightning bolt more like a soft Society She was also secre- invited to attend the weddingand go below 65 degrees at (trap people where they can and the members of the FOR COMIM.KTK: : CONDITIONIM: (; '11 f

urging. "It was a strong con- tary of her Junior class. reception. night. /tnd a good consultant club's Junior Softball team was i SrlKMCK": : FROM\ TilE IMTIM. INSTM.I.ATION() 1:f;
viction I Just felt he set the business
really, during ses
said. sion. After the game the entire TP$ FULL: SKRVICim: C\\ DF.PKNDON : : J) }

He met Trinity's minister Tom Rivers group will be the guestsof s=* ( 1 IN:<1 ...1''Tt('IRE \KARS.: CM II. 964-N.1A. rt
Rev. Virgil Lovett, when the Vacation Trip Tips John Bradley at his Kings- { .
reverend was pastor In Starke. ley Lake home for a swimming ':-
Lovett later invited him to come Most motorists know that and repair, if necessary of the party and cookout. t Fair Prices And Quality
to Apopka as the church's first getting an engine tune-up be cur's suspension system Is Bob Milner and Ed Rlpplln- }
minister fore starting out on a vacation every bit as tmporliml. says ger were appointed to head Pride
youth ; Our
Chuck rtumli 1 Are
trip Is a good Idea. Stroberx. product Seeks State
Crawford's duties as- youth the Clvltans' annual Halloween
f TRW Replncement -
mannitor <>
But It's half the battle
candy sales and Bob Allen
minister Sunday and
evening training are teaching union Bible when it comes to Retting your division: Cleveland, Ohio. Charles Hall were named to :::: I'FKSONNII'fRAINEI1'I'O: ? ':!) SKRVICK: : AI.". \IAKKS, :
car ready to perform at its Vacation driving I I means
classes, preach occasionally, best. A thorough inspection heavy loads, high speeds and a head the club's Christmas fruit 1
lot of miles! a rent "com cake sales.A .
mand performance" for your House SeatThomas Civitan work day is set ( ;temri' ; 323 BKOWNI.KK: : Sl'ARKK:, FI.A.

car. Unless su.spuni.ion system today (Thursday, July 27) at '. //I.. ., ,
Assembly Applicants NeededAt parts such as shock absorbers. 5 p.m. at the old county court- : J
springs tie rods and ball joints! late them Into an Intelligible house to clean up grounds. All :'::::::;; I"U' .
to the task. the tar. r '
General Electric; are up J. Rivers U, of St. viewpoint. This Is what representation available assistance will be appreciated ''' .i'11.t Q
owner may be In for an uncomfortable Johns County announces he Is is all about!" according to Don
unsafe Journey and a candidate for the House of JlUI. :'::>> 'IIIII=IIlQI .,".'....''.''.'.'.........,,""'o'Y.r"'''''''''''"" """''',......:'.:'.:'.:.':'.;'.:'.:.<_<',''_'''

Immediate opening for light premature tire wear. telltale Representatives, District 25, - - -
According to TRW including Bradford, Clay, and
assembly production operatorson signs of a suspension systemin the northern half of St. John's
need of a tune-up Include: '

all three shifts. 'g'tfoon5e tllde10r >th.;n.. "It I Oo.County.. '" DONT MISS THE' GREATEST
High dexterity and aptitude for other' Rivers attended the public
assembly work are all the re- Unusual noises coming froujthe schools of Green Cove Springsand
suspension system from Clay
quirement necessary. graduated
Uneven tire wear
County High School. He has
... Excessive "p la y" in the received an associate of arts
icularineducationalenbackgrou d steering wheel degree from St. John's Hlver ?/ -
: :
Failure of the car to level Junior College and the University EVER r
required. out quickly after going overa of Florida. His Bachelor's

Apply between (the hours of 8 Vibration bump degree was earned also at the
or "shimmy""Bottoming University of Florida where he
A.M. and..4:30<< P.M. Monday
out" on bumps was a member of Lambda Chi
through Friday at the plant lo- "Motorists experiencing any Alpha fraternity. In his fraternity -
rated on Highway 441, 12 miles of these conditions should take he was vlce-preiildent
north of Gainesville their car to an alignment specialist and chosen outstanding brotherin
or a neighborhood ser 1966.
vice station that performs this AL!
service and have the suspension Tom Rivers Is a teacher. In S ON THE FABULOUS
system front and rear" Clay County he taught at Ele-
checked out .completely. mentary School. For the past
Mr. Stroberg.The
says three years he hal taught In
General ElectricAn
alignment specialist will the public schools of St. John's
check the curb height to insure County He Is a member of the
Equal Opportunity Employer that the springs or torsion
St. John's County; Teacher'sAssociation.
bars are within allowable lim
its. 1972
He Is Director of Music at Chrysler-Plymouth
the First United Methodist
Church of St. Augustine and Is
rLTc -- active as youth counselor in the
i Junior Methodist Youth Fellow-
ship. I
Rivera, 29, Is married to the
former Deborah Brandt, head Sp
nurse on pediatrics at Flagler
2 2e ) 9 -
Hospital. They have two daughters : ((1M, .
wn weMU,TM w..._.s. Stephanie and Brooke. He' S n 11'1:1; U\()Fu.r,11 :\) -'lJftS
.....-. lives In South Ponte'edra '"
in St. Johns County .\ FuRLet
His pledge to the voters Is:
During the campaign I pledgeto
take my views to the people.
If elected I to take the
people's pled ....."

MAGIC CHEF As a teacher, education will
be a major Issue. Educational -
systems provide the life- R
JH GAS RANGE aw". "''W. blood of not only our area, but
., soen for America he says.
The legislature appropriates
funds specific Institutions and L
whole systems of education.
I Last year over seventy percentof
state expenditures was for

educational purposes. It standsto

I+.:- T' .... .. I ILIael.oea.tc( more reason practicing that there educators shouldbe Into TOM COLLINS or VIC, '''VICKERY

OVIM _... legislature because a great
-Kit, you..".n.lh.tfow.KHt for bulk that of our purpose tax money Rivers 1s says.spent Show You This Super Special Or One

Concerning the issue of

.w----1. .. I many"Let's reforms not put emphasis on Of The Many Other Outstanding BuysPfymouri.

;>' how many bills are passed Into
law, but the quality and utilityof
tip I IT
each bill considered. Each
i one Is a specific: issue and Its
merits must be Judged on its
eve s..wtoa 05511. W5ri relevance: now and on its relevance -
I II eon o.nea"e I"
in the future.
i .elver
rap a ew. a.
I I II "Those whose duty; it Is to
I I It It act upon and enforce all these
t new camotadequately! keep
t up with diem all. Rather than

J $209 !! place reforms emphasis, I intend on to many place emphasis new-

il work. on) making what we have

''1 feel that I'm an average
citizen with normal feelings
about political things. I'm not
a professional politician, nor .
do I ever want to be one.
Slide Gas And Appliances "I believe that I possess t the PH. 964-6600
ability; to absorb feelings of Highway 301 North STARKE. FLA.

agreement to, or dissent from, SERVICE FACILITIES & PARTS
332 W. Madison'St., Phone 96..7701. proposed or .debatable policies, COMPLETE DEPARTMENT
and have the ability; to assimi

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I I LAWTEY Septic Dispute Tank Over Casey Qualifies As School

By Ell:*!!)*.* Terry Control Ended

f. CHURCH SCHEDULES Jim RoalerSaturdaytoWethe--: Joyce Futch In Brunswick. Ga., The State Pollution Control Head For Third Term
Grace United Methodist on Wednesday.' Mrs. Wyrlck: Department hat reached
School 9:45 Me took Mr. Strickland home and f'
Church Sunday : and Mra. Randall Brad- ment with the Department of
,. .ajn. Worihlp. Service' 11 ajn. ley, of Jacksonville wereguests pent a few day with her. Health and Rehabilitative Services -
and. Children' Hour Rev John Cason, of WorthIngton Thomas 1.. Casey Jr.,superintendent treasurer'and
,- pain of their mother Mr. In a long dispute over Jurisdiction Casey point out. Community paign hat named
Tuesdays 7 to 8:30 pjn. Prayer R.L. Bradley on Sunday. Mr. Springs, was guest, of septic tank regula ,of Bradford County ," schools were retained Brook- '.'the Florida Bank at Starke
Meeting P.m. Choir Practice Bradley returned with them for speaker at Evergreen Baptist tions. School qualified Tuesday, July :: Sr. Hampton and Lawtey Casey t d8 campaign depository. asj
Thursday 7:30 p.m. a short visit. Church on Sunday In the absenceof Under the agreement, county; 18. for re-election for a third ':1/"'1! 4'N 1 I M, note, and were secured without -,.-;j,, ,
W. S.C.S.met Tuesday monr- Mr. and Mrs John Robert- their pastor Rev. Cecil health departments In 32 term. I ',,:iI y i\!. additional valorem taw.
at the home of Mr GeorgeRobarta ; Crawford, who Is on vacation. In announcing for reelection '
Ing > eon were called to West Palm counties Including: Bradford) .f" Casey slates. that he numbtyN I "
In Starke. Mrs. Beach because of the Illness of Ray Reddish and son Michael, that are now inspecting septic Casey elate that Bradford "'!1'' -.'("''i.' Pledgee to continue the t aanw WISH I'D SAID
Roberta. Vice. President her sister Mrs. Nellie Good: of Sarasota. spent the weekend tanks and Issuing permits for County school have historically > ., aggreslve leadership achieve ,

presided In the abaence of the rich: who la, la St. Mary hos with till parents. Mr. and Mrs. new tank, will continue doing worked diligently to meet the f.1'' ,"f,.. ,the best available program. for : THAT
President, Mra. Truby Waln- pital. 4 Bryant Reddish. Michael remained so until September 1 1. ,Septic needs of the people and the entire / '", all citizen.
wrlght. S members and one Mr. and Mri: Dewey Harvey for a longer visit. tanks In the other. 33 counties program Is built around f Casey 1* a graduate of the I
visitor were present. Dellclous of Macclenqr/ spent the week- Mr. and Mrs Berney Dobbs, will be regulated by pollution these need. Hi* campaign University of Florida with a
refreshments were ser end with their I sister Mrs. of Jacksonville: were Saturday control officials. Casey says 1* based on the record Mailer Degree In Admlnls- \, I

ved by t the hostess. Mamie Futch and their daughter gueata, of their Dobbs Mr. After September 1 I. \the regulation of accomplishment In the tration. Heha* served the
The Methodist Church held Mrs. Ann Morris. and Mr. A. D. of septic tanks In Bradford school during his administration. Bradford County School system "People hate to sec! 'a poor

their annual Sunday School: Mr. and Mrs Claude North Mr. and Mrs. Ross Broylesand County will also be take since 1949 a* teacher assistant loser or a rich winner and
picnic at Strlcklanda landings and family of; Jacksonville, family, of Jonesboro, Term, over by the Pollution Control The* accomplishment, principal principal" of both sometimes both."_John II.Gllgour .
Klngaley Lake on Thursday. were dinner guests their bro- spent a week with\ their cousins, Board County Sanitarian Jack Casey says Included develop. elementary and secondary: Tri-County (Mo.)
About 70 persons enjoyed) the Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shurfordand ment of the Bradford-Union A. '
ther-in-law and flster. Mr.and Trawlck said. schools and la serving his second "'News.
outing. Among those attending Mrs S.L. Swindell, and mother Mrs. Hester Hicks. rea Vocational-Technical Center four year term a* superIntendent. ;
were Mr. and Mrs. Weaver and Mrs. Edith Swinney on Friday Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Dobbs Santa Fe Community College Supt. Tom Caseyand "What this country needsIs
Mrs. Kathy Weems of Boynton evening.Mr. visited their brother and sls- Uy and relatives who of Mrs. Louln'Reddlrv free kindergarten Expansion effective utilization He Is married to the former a good five-cent' bumper

Beach Dannie and Pat Perkins, and Mr. H.C. Kelly ter-In-law. Mr. and Mrs. Q. Monday. passed away on of the special education available fund have made ad-of Barbara Moore of Lawtey and isticker: remover.--Ward Pe.

of Merritt Island and Mr. and visited Miss Enza Blanchard in Dobbs In Ralford Sunday. Friends of Miss Jenette GrU- program adequate teaching ditional funds available for the they have two children: Kathy 'gram. News and Reporter

Mrs. O. Bumgamer of Green Baker County Nursing Homeat Sunday guests Reddish of Mr. Mr.and fls daughter of Mr. and Mrs. supplies, certified teachers: and Instruction program' the superintendent a junior In high school, and Chester, N. C."Respect .
Cove Springs. Mrs. Bryant were the employment of teacher '.' '
Church of Cad.Sunday School Maccieimy.! on Sunday. and Mrs. Charles Grimes, of Sinclair: Grlffls will be happyto aides. says. He also list Lee and eighth\ grader at Bradford the common
Mr. A.C. rearc. and Mr.. Middle School.
Plant City and Mr. and Mrs. learn she was married July The currlculm elimination of student fee asa things. They are common be.
10 a.m.Worship Services II a.m. BenneltAwere of all schools
Floy of 1 active member
: guest Casey an :
14 to Jim major accomplishment. .
Dunlap U.S. Navy. "
and 6 p.m. Family night Wednesday Mrs. G.EJvCrews.\> and Mrs. B. Delaney of Cross City. They will live In San Fran- 1* constantly being upgraded, Modern functional: school of the First Presbyterian. ,cause they survived. -Mm.
> 7:30 p.m.I John Robertson Lake Butleron Deepest Sympathy of the Com- Casey says plant Church.He >Geo. Marcus. Lutz (Fin.)
cisco are available
: Highland Baptist Church;Sun munity Is extended to the tank- ,. Calif. Sound management practices made available in all or areas being, will serve as his own cam Land 0' Lakes Party Line.ladies' .
I: day School 8:43.a.m.Worship Mr. and Mrs;?Charles Co-
services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. wan, of Jacksonville: visited
I IMen's
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at their parental Mr. and Mrs.
7:30: followed by Choir Prac- John F. Robertson, and sister G .

tice.PERSONALS. Mrs. Edith Swinney on,Su day epou girds

,evening. JOJUMSR t+ y1IIY
Mrs. I II.C.! WaInWright carried
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Grant of her grandson Van Wainwright s

Orlando visited their brother- home recently: and spent week 4.ois
in-law and sister Mr.and Mrs. with the Clyde WainwrlghU In ttu ,'r'r% ,

Lakeland.Mrs. .
Jim Burton, of Jacksonville :
301 spent, thai-week, with ;
her mother Mr|. P.L. Dlnklns.
Mrs. Horacf CoXspcnt Thurs-
day with them/ lilt
Mrs. Elsie Norman and Mrs.
James, R. Norman and sons,
visited Mr,,JeWel Redding In
Begins At Sundown Alachua Central' Hospital '
Gainesville, Saturday.
Mrs. I'loyBennett, and Keith
Fri., Sat., July 28,29: Bennett visited her son-in-law .I.II

and daughters\! Mr. and Mrs.

l s-a9' r.-r on Glenn Friday.winiamppnrlnMacclenny: I,U e 'pp lb36%. '

trii'r everyone. Mrs. Roy ft 'dd1ih. of Webster -

Is spending sometime with : J ataa 36% .-

OFiBLOB Mr. and Mr" Mr. and Mrs. Charles Car- 1r: /oo Tank Tops {

ter and daughter and Mrs. A. I i I H I00i trrotch nylon.
C. Kirkland, attended a fish fry f-I {i I Cworontced wash- yw rr1 0
at the home of"fir'} and Mrs.W. r1 { ebL.Anatm.nrof r' i II
A. Kirkland In!Qcala: on Satur- famous Maker [.tae. Sire* .mail, } ,X
........-.... 1 medium, and! lorae. ;

COLOR ttI11 day.Mr.. and MrsvJullus Beach,of ''I i leans n n v / ,r ,, u? +
>al\ 7 ( i
\taB1L1.Iv.PUIS Jacksonville were guests of ; y,, ,,,, ,.. ,h. Ir". .
earl 31 ,
their parents Mr:and Mrs.John lem.ut nom. on ,
... Robertson, 'on Sunday evening. I i .eLh pun a ..e Prate YD.ttean.war A ii.. EATMENT
Harry Mixon, of Perry was a f J apnn.h.uylmp
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant t I s A snwethn.wl.., TREATMENT p
U ,Ii, % .,,,p.,
Reddish on Saturday. .. Id, Y *" .[ a ,Y..a. M o vo rail' alt ..
Mrs. Joyce It'.pttrtYjrXrP WuiB-** fIwdMrH* tadiES'Seolll nc?
513f) 45
\ with ChUfeand( Mf/nd Mr ", .c !iSk h1 ) opt . Ralph FutcFkndfamily: ,BlacK': '''' II Ironf$0 1 L. "100* ealod''Ad." I.yr _-.J { fW
''Mountain, \tW.-C.' called: on herV ?p, lt0'Pa ,ktwd/b "Gj, ( ) IM 'fa.Ihi,Oft "/fyl0i ,> a w+ \ ling Wr.T. Tray .. ..ld ,,,IIIcho. "w 1'0:1:
sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry E tVc a pa L y ,.Y e. -', .... from' Zp S'dyIy"h', nay + S.T.P. Motor Oil Treatment
Sunday, afternoon.Mrs. pU o [ JI "p.red. 66t 4r tttdneal table..il.,, 5 8>f bra.
Ernest Wells and Miss o,9 Our Disc. k t *ic 'frontiAttorfod logs Color tut,dec or a tordesigned Makes yow.npne. run tmootk.rcooler,
ount ,
: Arthurlne Blanchard / f %_ ?+ print top. quieter and
"IHN \S.t I ROS"SIIII. were Price Was J.r98 Snot 10 to 16 lango/y -rem. dry starts
guests of Mrs Well's sister ,reduces 'friction 9nj;yJ.-"p."< !rep. inland.
Mrs. Ruth Bartow: In Middle- 1 cr' I -.... temperatute.t_ ,do-n. 15 or tueimit
Mou. Tucs. ti a :
burg Sunday afternoon. ::1 .
: w Di Door I / %
July 30.31 August I Mr. and Mfltf\ Fred Moonwere ,Prre We, 2.4'1' Our Discount Our DK ount.
dinner guestaof\their son- : Pt.co Was +lti : ; Price Wat.l4[[D
"II INISII AND) Bl.l'K"'' ? in-law and daughter, Mr. and I
Mrs. Wesley' Thbmas In Live

-I'I.IIS Oak Sunday. .
Mrs. J.P. Wyrlck, of i
"Sinitlla"R.iu Tallahassee -. X100 r oje %s-J t67o Save.r
spent a week with ="0.. I -.
her sister Miss Elizabeth .. -
I J \ IS Vrs. up Terry. Mrs. C.E. Strickland: el Tote eat, # ( } = Earle 14"l
another .lster.4 ;j ., Instant Load ',1 Durabl ple.ng _
Galneavllle. II Fan
Admission $: 1 1:25 Joined them Tuesday and .:: '""' Camera Kit 1< Ru/.Pr cot. No .
their seta, to l Lak In
TMs. blodot5y
they visited sister, Mrs. ed''
l\ ,1 h ..k ncludot tameroKodak owocado' gr n. warroi.t/,
1 8. key S.. 126 Mm, 16': goal U L approved
7 batons and
I "' ng.
fla hcub .
: o\.d ..
IS.Ih7'ru lat /UYNM/ Ow ti nceunt &
Out OixounlPr.f
*' ; 696 Now'5t6\ ..11// ruse Pnc. Wot J,9 .
Showtlme'- Veekdaya 7:00 Sunday 3:00rclay: 1 1:00 :
fur.O .,
.o"n' tS1 Our D..un' GI
I 1 11 n. r.. Pnc. W,5A8 Prlu wetb 8- / 196 ,_

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Hampton 1..
Area News' \ ( SAVE Wj Th fn I

V '* A1t( Green Stamps!

SyIyIr'". Powell
Everyday Low Prices! i I

i r. Senior C' ana held their\' reI ',\ vr,' Weekly Specials! \
gular met on the lat with < I 1
Frank WI' tal guestspeak \
er.Everyone \ !
enjoyed a tiered" ,
chocolate cake decorated In
white and pink In honor of
Nannie Watteribn whose birth.
dt / was this month. '
text meeting will be Friday
August 4, at 7:30 p.m. at the i
Hampton Clty HaiL Come and ; 1g / ,
bring a friend. ) ; ,
F ,. ..
Quantity Rights
was Hampton vs. Melroseon Reserved > t R/w/ "s 1
Tuesday with Hampton the !
victor In an 18-12 score COPYRIGHT:I 172 + W"' -
both. Billy'hit Joe home and runs Lamar In the Sanford game. PRICES GOOD JULY 27 THRU JULY 30

Leading hitters were George
Davis 3-for-3, Phillip Key and
Lynn McCullough 3-for-4, and SHANK
Raymond Thomas and Mike Al.

glens On Wednesday 3-for-5. ,Hampton came \ MILD CURED HICKORY PORTION I
out on top 12-9 In the flrstgame ,
with Waldo and 10-1 In the second Ii A lr ; /
+ 'Sl 'HI
w I
Billy 'Joe Sanford hit the only Smoked Ham
home run' In"those games. SAVE
Leading hitters were Billy Joe
Sanford 8 for 7 Lynn McCul.,, l1c
tough y< for,7Phllllp Keys,Mlho" PIK IS.
Algiers< Charles McCullough .
; SAVE SAVElclb. 17 IBS. 4 UP
and Tanv' Algiers all 4-for6.
until rlorahome laat.Thursday was undefeated night's. iiLb.Portion LI. 54C Whole ell.56c LB.

game when Hampton upset them P
Billy Joe Sanford
hung right

run In there Jn that and.game hit another' home., 1 Smoked ci{ Ham LI.78c ChluckSASteaks BEEF IS.88C

Leading hitters were Lamar .
Sanford 4-for-4 Phillip Keys SAVE! 40c Lb. WO BRAND USDA CHOICI SEEP STEAKS SAVE 10
for-4 3-for-3. Including, Reymond two Thomas triples-3- Delmonicos "?":"" $189 California Roast $109SAVE
and Ronnie Blrt 2-for-3. q 1 ,, LI.
Hampton meets Melrose again .
SAVE! 10 tonight at the Hampton field'

and their The will;home meet field Florahome on.August 1.at S I Roasting Chicken lT 39C Chuck Roast, B. .EI.ES. tl $119'
boys are playing good ball .'
under the direction of Ted Cur W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF NEW YORK SAVE! tOt Ib W D IAAND USDA .
tis. Better come on outjuid.,
give,them your support. ..< ;j'|!$';-'. Strip Steaks 10 :: $998 Shoulder Roast B?NE.ES: .tl. $129,
/ .

Mr.'r'and Mrs. Francis Meng V. Cubed Steaks 5 3.: $798 Sliced Bacon K:: 68
and four of their children are .
visiting In Tloedo, Ohio.

The children .wilt visit both, SAVE JJc IVORY LIQUID (20t( OFF) SAVE ,l1.) FISCHER' ALl! OR

Grandmothers Mrs. Berres. Mrs. Meng and Detergent e ." 58C Beer . 6 1 NAB.. 78C I ,

home Guests saf&.i at.tiia..Arthur, Brun'o 1'e' t Ot4 1:.. r de A 32'.1: $1 JooIf Pqrk Ham '. C 0I 1 ? / / DEL MONTE .
Mr.\ndMi- ./'h' M"0'0 ..i'.J9l1"s. I A Ai .'}'.. L"t"- ; t
and Mrs Ralph Vaugh4nMSgtand ...:..t..SU.UIRAND: I GRADE 'A FRESH,. FLORIDA All WHITE! SAVE 40c HORMEl CANNED h ? t, E

of Truly.Goldsboro Mrs. MohnR N.C.?Uaslett and yours Jr.*" Large. Eggs' 2 DOZlN 89c Hams. 3 'I CAN $2"SAVE 1 0 1 I SU ,


N.C.Timothy celebrated Haslett his of 13th Goldsboro birthday Corn e. 5 CANS9O0) Franks. I.LI.'ICG. 99c. Q
at the home of his Grandparents d

Vanghan,on.the 24th. Beans 5 s= $1 1 1SAVI Fish Fillet. La.89C x C


My Neighbors g b Tea Bags ':.". 58C 2 ?'G. 99c .

--:::--- ..:::.:::_":;,,.. HUDSON TOGITHER BATHROOMTissue SAVE lOc CftACKIN' GOOD
2 s 19c Biscuits 6 ID.CT. 49C -
--I . CANS 32.o .


Dinners 67C Lettuce . tl.S 23C49e

.... 2
,4.I I Lemonade 6 c6;NS.s 79C Celery STALKS

"I could go for a nice juicy SAVE 32< DIXIE WHIP SUNK 1ST

sirloin I about now." ,STEAKS Topping 3 QUARTS $1) DEL Lemons MONTI PINEAPPLE 15 'o69c

SAVE A / Toastees HOWARD JOHNSON CORN. 31Bs.: $1 00 Juice" . 3 .6-CANS"'. $100)

32c Pizza. 15'01.. 69. Sauce .. SOTTLICHACKIN SlC'PKG.

SW Peaches 5 LIS. $))00 Chips . 3 "GKS. $1 1 1SAVE
!''heJiChad. PK G. ll.49c 4 401' 88CMayonnaise
., '; Grapes . Sausage CANS

.; .

John. ; Tissue. . 10 1oLLs9 0 Treet . a 2 CANS'. .$100 . 5 %. .1$100 .' 32.1'59C

About Tlds .taeatosl leJ' Wesson Oil flSk96e Dressing . 3 :5fi.. $100 I Instant Tea . 3Mo95c; Snack Packs 2 As.l
"New package poll arc
fallen appearing and for wholesalers.offices,.rt Skim Milk 8 'CANSSI 00 Soap .5 SAA3'100 1 Chicken .. . 5c2.99c Charcoal 20- ;."b88c.

combine theft,'public .. .. .. ... .. .
They -- -------- --r- J--- -- ------ ------- -------- ---------- -- -- -- '- -- ---- ---- ----- -------- :
liability, and a great number .. Ijii "
of optional covera,.. 1 EX.--R :rEX.R EX.RAEX.TIR;: '" 1 EXTRA :/ .
with broad fire coverageat I I d7t..GREEN. .. STAMPS 1, I I .4-M.,, N.Y.MI.Y.M'GREEN STAMPS.x..Y....N : I I d +t..,GREEN.'. .STAMPS ;:I I I *!..GREEN.. .STAMPS.. I t I .d7(..;,GREEN.px..M STAMPS".N..N N : '. .
a,10 per cent to 20 percent / TWO 6V4. at. PKOSCRACKIN ONI I4-.I CAN' ONE 10.CT .aIC. ONI 20.IB, 10IC. ONI 6'01. -PACKASTO
premium ...Inlf.Doe : '+11 GOOD : 4 REGULAR OR : +11 TOTEM : J+l1 DETERGENTDash : 4 A :
the Charley E. John.. }1gency rDlt Chee. Curl 1 L.mon Pledge 7 .. Trash Bags ::1 rDlt : Orange Juice :
i +'ttt:+ 0000 THRU JULY 3ONo it GOOD THRU JULY 30 l. ti't' GOOD THRU JULY 30 ::t1?: GOOD THRU JULY 30 i 1' GOOD THRU JlllV 30
Invite business' L 1 .. ...... No.2..*.*...... ..MM..... : No.3.. .......... _._...r :[ No. 4. ....aY 1_ No. S.f..... ,ec.* .._*i..i :
firms to consult abort .... ,. '
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these new package. .policies

? I I Ex.-rRA..d7t.. GREEN, STAMPS r, I I Ex..RAh.d7t GREEN STAMPS I I EX.--R?Ml GREEN STAMPS.. :: I I EX.--R d7t. GREEN. STAMPS ; I I EX.TR d Zl GREEN. .STAMDS. .' ::
N..M tM..NNIYN N NYYMI/I..N.M ( N 1 x. N.YW..M N. .N.( NY W.YN..11 N N .IIYN.Ix .YH. L. N.Y N
Charley E., ONI 2.IS. Sill / ONI 12.PK. SUPERSRANOKl TWO 1..La. ,ICGs.:1: :a I.. p'. ONI '''''.LI. PKO I .
.AGENCY ::1 I Pizza It Ie. Cream Bars ..,..ow.. Thick Sliced Bacon ::1 rD It. Cubed J Beef St..ke".. 1 Spag.. A Mt.,'Ball. :. _
"tS: GOOD THRU JULY 30 / lt.\+; GOOD THRU JULY 30 ( GOOD THRU JULY 10 'II 3:03+: GOOD THRU JULY 30 t.\; GOOD THAN JUiriO : :
So. Wain" 9t,. NO. O I No. 7.t. __..... __ NO. 8.. ..(,...... W.M.M*.. : No 9., .?..?.. .._.... No. 10..._......._.... :
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Voters seat' and Its) expanded; duties circuit Judge post In the Eirhth -, cult Judge's seat.
Scene Set. under revised Article 5 of the Circuit so the county Judge'* In the Group B circuit Judge's'
new Florida Constitution Is be-, office will be open. W" race the second circuit Judge's

Register. (From Pogo I 1)) Ing sought by agriculture teach Judge Yawn la running againat -** race. Public Defender R.A.
er Paul Hutchlns and Starke Gainesville Attorney Andy: :CBuxzy: ) Green and Gainesville

Mayor Carl Hunt Adkins and former Deputy Attorney .-, Attorney James L. Tomllnson!
(From Pogo 1)) Norman Is recovering from a *r, Thomas Rivers H, Into the County Judge Theron A.Yawn General Herbert T. are running against each other.
If 1 recent heart attack and said race for the District 25 Flor- Is staking one of theetwo the 4 cir- Green Is from Starke.
the voting roll more convenient Tuesday his doctor advised him ida House of Representativesseat new Schwartz for Group ;

than coming to Stark the nee would be too much physical which Includes Bradford
Thursday Open each through Tuesday August lOare'two and time. and mental strain at this of Clay St. John'and County.the northern half -eo-=_---......... Report;, ot condition or "....T...o0"VIV"r: .tr.St.u.r::.ak. .9uI, !I.!...................... .................. "

voter registration IocaDons Norman, however, did not rule That seat Is also sought by ol........Suuke!!! .........................In the Stat f..lM4?! .,....,.,. ........,.,.....,..nd JomtAo Sube.dlu.t. the close of

the Christian: across Church the street In Hampton from- out As future expected campaigns.Tom Crawford, Frank Williams Bill Hester of Starke.of Orange Attorney h.la_ _.........l fc". .l?&.......... ......., If..??.... .
and across from the Community -
52. State Dspartntentof Revenue Park and Bill Lockhart
Center in Theresa, J,,, employee and Maxie Augustine of St. I>ou.aM 0...
Carter. Williams is the
from noon to 8 p.m. !"lKV1r Jr., 43, Florida Fbwer Light former Bradford County civil I. c..rd dun......... I........ S AISITB _..)....... .........-._..................................... ....... I.'....' !!
Residents may register at the ; ........... ..._-......................,.......................... ......,a ..Illy.06x:. .91R f
employee entered the wide defense director who has resigned V... T1w.i,1U... ........ ...:.... ....... .................................._..... .. .y. .. .. .
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Saturday .. .. x I
city hall In Brookor each buy open sheriffs race making It to enter the .. -Ip_of-V... __1--......_,...........".."' I : yyyyyy.y y
for : ::: 4Q7..6T2_ .
race .d.y..X+
4. ,..,...., ;
12 from 9 Obspdr d 5t t.sad
through August pdtarlbevldar
now a five way contest. Crawford the house seat being vacated .... .
a.m. to :3 p.m. They may register b Carter Monday morning by Incumbent Rep. Eugene Shaw saaa..dt.t'bad1T..w4mlur.aududlnl .......... .... :.. ....g.....-..., ..g, ,, Ii.y.yy- .. ,..: !
at the Lawtey city hall t
each and and Tuesday morning. .of Starke. r. Ldrd f-e al/Wrwdtl-rmvl..d rd"p.'a" : ::::::::::::yy.yyy..c: : 9o0.. ,. ,
Tuesday 10 from Thursday 1 Line up for the post held by The county Judge's race Is a.. Su.tipsnfKtmMtumm/.uc..4. eiMey..wn/r-tlorMoY _............................ ...y,.......... .... .... ..91... .... .... 6
through August p.m. retiring Sheriff P.D. Reddish exactly as it ., .... ddr... .. ..
to 5 p.m. when Clerk Ethel 1r ern/1; now Includes: his son Dolph) except that Starke was last week :t R.d.aa.s' .4:"tun b..k. .:::::,.:,:,:::.:.:....::.:.::::.::::::a.::::::,::::::::::.:::::::::::::::: ::::::::.y.: :::::: :::::::::::..::: :.::.:::::::. :::::::::::.. : i::: : :' ..: ::
Reddish ,4. Attorney aa.r-ra.b ...... .y... :. ..1s..., .. ....... .... ... ............ .... .
Is on duty. fl ati Reddish 39 now chief deputy Elite Sanders qualified Ise .U. an_ta_mu aedln/...... ........................... .... yy "\\.if: .y. .yy." rl, 0 II
; In . . .. .... 11la
elections Another thing Mrs.about Flynn upcoming pointsout sheriff with 15 years experience Tallahassee.. last Friday as T'OT'AL'ANTI: :: .: : :::: : :: :.::::..:.: .:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i4:::!::::::::::::::::
In the deparment t Jimmy Am had said he would. The
la that under Article of
W. Clark 30 former Starke
the new Florida Constitution, policeman and highway patrol- IL Domu..r. .. Lmmdu.M. p.me.dp. lid epIt -. .. .....-".........-...yy--......... .,.."..., ....."... .,. ..y.. ..... ......,,nT QQ7.y. fl.'". s a 18
the Judiciary Article Is that Benches. Tama andfiat. ......... .r laCU.:1.. .. 077..,. 14i..76. fIL '
for the first time the Judicial man; Jennings Starling 49, ... .... .... ........ .............. ?'...4.t'------------------a .S 1Tr
Graham farmer and former Duaatt ter W poauW.bbdIvtere.. .......,....................:. .:... ,:. 11uy
voting will be nonpartisan. flfr highway patrolman, plus Crawford (From Page 1)) Dap..Ita d tmg. lo.w.mmu lid.ndd b.dtuU. ... ................... ........ ... ................. ................ ...... .............. :......... .........1,x.y uDpda
That means anyone registered and I.. d................................ ........... ?....,.....,. ,,. :
Democrat Carter. roof of the Volunteer Fir It C.af.a and. ..'. -. .. .. .. ................ ............................,. ...., ...... .y.....,...,. ,., ...]!, 79. 1at. .
Republican Dr. :iiJY Another race developed Mon To'r'AL' Daroa ra.... . .... ... ............:....................,. .... pU
Independent, or otherwise can *' L.' Morrill, assistant doan for human resource day when Ben Moxley 45. Du- Department In Lawtey. ) Tealdmdap l ........... ..... .... .... .......................,.... .........s2.261d91.1 m m m a <.)
vote on all Judicial offices: d.y.lop".nt" Florida Coop.ratlv. Entonsion S.rvle. Pont engineer. who lives In Lawtey Chief of Police M.M. (b) 7btd firs-Inverdpulb. ..... .... ... ......... m m r (bl

trlct county; court Judge of circuit Judge, dl- Stat. 4-H .Council President Walt.r Pr.vart, of Stork., and, Starke. entered the District 3 Jordan also for coordinated In and the arranged 14.U.r.4..1tune: ota.a.dllarl-barodmus p.laa..4.nd r.ittr-old., : ::=:airs==. =:np........=::.:::::.::.:::.:::::....:.:.,4.y.y.y..y.y.y..,...,....,....,....::..: .:: :::,.y..,.,..:::.:,:::....::: : ..::" 2 ::
appeal Judges look over the 8th Annual 4-H school board race against A.N youngsters Is. MoRly.bdbadn.a- ..... ..,,, ,...., .... .. :. .. ... ....,.,.,............. ... .a,.. ... .' ,, :
and state supreme court, and Congress prop rem. The (Art) IlolUday who had previously Headstart Program In Lawteyto A..panar_WIt by r ler.o.uM-- --- III IhIo b..k wd esb.aedh4..y-, .... ....... ........"......................... ... ... ......... I .
public defender. A separate Congress Is In s..tlon, at the University of Florida this, announced have a meal In a military I?. 0dMr U.bUI.-. .... ....... . .............. ........ ... .. .. ... .. ............."................... ...... ... .. .. .. ... 1r'n:
ballot will be wk. the seat being mess hall this past Tuesday.As 11. TOTAL LlABILJTlU .....,....... _,. ... .. ......,.. ................ ...........,.......... ......... ..............,..................,..................,.................,,., IIn.
provided.. '" vacated by Board Member the Civil Affairs MINORITY INTURUTINCONSOLIDATIDIUaaZD1ARlaa.: ................................,...............::.".................... .. n
Mrs. points Charles pro.ectaare ) .
Flynn out: .tt Sawyer who announced 'J"1" j
1)) An elector whose name last week he would underway the field forcesof RiSIRVli ON LOANS AND SICU141TIIS,, .;1 .
changes because of marriageor not run. the Special Forces have been 10. far w d.M'-a .law Irt.p p-wt a Int.wt Rarw .Mrda.uO.wl-.Tmtr.y.y..y. ) .,.......... .....,.." ....ll.,.. lf$1.$ .Q( 10
P ; ..,.,.,,. ......, .. .. J .,.. .. .
evatt Presides conducting air drops parachuting 66 Oa.w.-r b.eo .... .. .. . .j(, ,
other legal process should Seven county officials are getting personnel skills 11.RwvrBudar.: ..::.......:::.. ..,....::::::.::: :.:::: :::::...:: :. .:: :::: :::::::!::y.y.eyyy.y: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::: -y. f. :
re-register under his new name by without opposition In military ... TOTAL RESBRVU ON LOANS AND SICURmU: ..... ." .... ....... ...... "................. .".y _'.........1...........y.... n
in order to be eligible to vote Al 1972. They Include: training and unconventional ,
In the upcoming elections. State 4-H MeetThree Supervisor Elections Ne warfare missions. CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ..

2)) Any person who has registered va Flynn,, who qualified for her This encampment of the Special N. C.p1al.. _. ./kbrtuw./ .......,..,. ........ ...... ............................................... ...........................,.,.....,....,...,..................,.... ......"".... ....It..... .. N
Forces has been viewed and and desires to changehis Bradford Winners of the second term last Friday. $1. agdty: aagt.l, std.... ... . .... . _, IU 0''
or her party; affiliation, may County 4-H'- the level project will be areas -Tax Assessor Gene Long briefed by Brig. Gen. Edwin 11.: Prr.mdmo.k toWprv.lr' '.:' :.:..:::::.:::::.:":.:'::':.:'::.:.::::::.:::::::::::':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::. .::::::::: :: :::::.. .....:...,. ...... ..,. ,. ...r....,.. y, p1N..br.
at state announced
ers are In -
participating the Taylor. Director of Operation ..
do before 51, who ( e.ll t.edl-r
so while the the first primaryand Eighth Annual t'Jorida11 Congress at the Thursday night his sixth qualified, Monday for al Readiness for the Alabama 51. Comma mok_ Imr nI... .... .-. .)...................................,......_,..,... .........,.......,...,.............".....,.. ............ 1QQ.. lQa.. Q( IrPia
registration books at.:the University of meeting. Also members that term. Long la National Guard and .. rasa-. :.I .000 ) (No......rwnBa, 2-o00 ) ,
are still open. All registra- finishing Ms 20th year .In the MaJ.! Gen. .. ,., .. ... .. .i. ADO OOQ, '
second tions pertaining to will the first and Florida Walter.campus'I-Prevatt rtiiu .. 4-H will convention participate will at be the announced national assessor's Tax office.Collector Adjutant Henry W.General.McMillan. Florida ::: =:= -- ,-- : -.s ten.mya....,,.e.,...,...::::::::::::::.:::::. :::::::::::.:::::::::i.::::::::::::::::::,::nl..,.::':::::::::::::::: :::::: :, .113.101: :,::: ::: ::

primaries cease at state -- J.R. it TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNNTTarMW............................................,...."....,......................,..... .....,........... ... ......: u4e.
5 p.m. Saturday August 12. at president .from Bradford Kelly qualified Monday for his TOTAL LlABILITIBII, RUJRVB8: ,AND, CAPITAL ACCOUNTS............."................. ....... ....,.... . 45
which time registration books County; .presiding over the seventh term and 1s finishing New Auto
will close. state wide.meeting. that has 8 Change his 24th year In office. M.MO.ANDA. .
3) The first primary will be lasted from Monday and Will County Clerk Cab Brown I. A_of Odd. dpadt.. ,.... .. I'a.and.r dus im5u .kk.04x-.................... ...."....,.,.,.,..._. .... ..,. .. ....*d .,.5.... 00Ji..0 II.
end Tags On SaleNew Avr.i,of...... ...... tho 11 ai.d.rdu.aag.fA rU4b... ..............,............ .. .... .; .., ,: ....... .. .. ..........1696..616... ..1 fla
unique because It Is the first Friday.At Pleas ToGuilty qualified Monday. Elected In Unwed a.runl OD hmWmea. law tndu4.d. .a tmal. +phw. _.....,............._."...,........'....'.:rape... ... ......." ............. .... .."no.,..1:..... .... S'r.Ie.gn.dPFIGa..A
time there has ever been a nonpartisan the opening session Mon- mid-term In 1970 after the
Judicial election. death of the late veteran Clerk 1873-73 auto tags anon
day night pr.r P.T. York Jr.

fulfilled 4) A his person or her who residencyor has not vice ural president affairs for agricult-, Charles his first Darby complete Brown tour-year will serve Tax sal Collector*. now J.R.in the Kelly.office of f IroV tJ.V, #ae...PFMdAM..,......................-hm.rl.4&u.l'. -.I.mmf} 'a.. .. raptdrrudkAs
University of
age requirements by August Florida and .Prevatt, welcomedthe ; term.District Auto tags are one of the few to taM.n4 ermd,to to 4.q/ //hmiMn/ .W MfcT. i iseedAlso t

these 12, but who will fulfill two del 'l8te" from each Eight out of 16 persons Commissioner 1, Lawtey County price Items over that the have not gone Plain up In ......"......... ............ .."..
requirements prior to the county. Staf4t'Senator Bill Gunter Dave Shuford past-year. .
first primary September 12, of Orlando; was the feat- changed their pleas to guiltyIn qualified July 17, for a third tag for instance, still sell for
register Au- the Bradford County; Trial term and has 20.25 the tax or tag fee Is ...furtlaY..x..Johoa. ....
gust may 12. Registration on or before books will ured speaker. Term which consists of case. the first time gotten without by oppo-for 920.25;; 50 cents goes to the tax .?? ...* ...,**M W.,.. ..::::::::. :::::::::::::::=:::::: r--a,.. :::: ::: ::;::J -

for remain the general open until election October to be 3 Zack Walter's Edwards brother.are the Gary two delegates and plea In which of not defendants guilty at entered plea day.a sition.District 3 Commission for collector handling as the a tag service sale.charge ..._.rtlte..fie..1.; ..._..,_...,........y..y............. .........., .I, .. !................-,-..............-...........:.......

held November 7. from Bradford County, Persons who changed their Ralph Bryan, Starke qualified Deadline to purchase new tags
and are staying In dormitoriesat July 14 tor his second Is August 20. They went on
the University sponsored by pleas or sentenced to guilty were; and: were fined term and drew no opposition. sale July 1. _.,_rtoi444?':..._._..,.___..._ _c--.., ....Aradflutl.....____..:.__..-,

the county.; Earlle Ezell Bailey John -School Board Chairman The tax collector's office Is Drotvning. Is Idea behind tithe convention Wayne Underhill and Calvin Rodney Hall. Hampton, qualified open Monday through Friday into -I...... .dh M1J&,=''r "fW.-- / ,
to provide leadership for Starling were all charged with July 14 tor his fourth term. county courthouse. Msr.mamu--.rOOeIOItOOP@WI t' IdYAI
(From Page 1)) county 4-H clubs, according to driving while Intoxicated and He has served 12 years on the J

County; Extension Agent Bobby fined $151 or 60 day In Jail.Morvin school board.
Surviving are his wife Franr Taylor. !":_ Another ....' developu8llt Into
"'"....;;.,;,j ces Alderman Hwrst of Mel"rote.twodaughtersMrs.Carol- *$L:gf'.Ofdcers;. will-fee' elected.'atytJi CorbettJMcKlnley,,,. .past week on the area political
1'J'r: : j convmtldffrrhursdajrandWalter fined *J01 or 10 days for careless scene is the entry of a
'+ H. Deulsch of New Orleans Erevatt will preside driving Calvin Starlit St. Johns County school teach-.
La. and Mrs. Oleda B. Rey- over thJ meeting. charged with possession of .
nolds of Keystone; one brother 590 4-H members leaders moonshine whiskey and fined
Walter Hurst of Sulphur and agents are attending the 976 or 15 days In Jail] 'Mgt
Springs, Texas; four sisters, convention In addition to cawed Odell Bradley. $38.50 or five
Mrs. Ruth Burnette of Tampa workers.In .' days In Jail for voluntary Intoxication -
Mrs. Vivian Carbar of Bakersfield and the court co.ta.
addition to council work
Calif.. Mrs. Audl'M Rowe I
Cases continued
attending >: members will be werei Paul
of Van Ruts. Calif., and Mr.
Juanita working at'the state level In W. Waldren. D. J. Williamson, 1AI
Bustin of Baton Georgia
and William
Frank Cowan
and six demonstradonsntests, agriculture for
evenlabome, economics driving while Intoxicated; .MI-
Services were held Wednesday areas, auto 'driving' talent chael Lewis Norman, careless
morning with Rev William shows electrical! demonstration driving; Jerome H. Elmer 1 While_ ''t' ,Inventory I
Poppell conducting.: and public speaking three counts of writing worthless .

.U!0A.FARMER ; checks and Tom Lindsay L
.. Jr. for attempted break-. I Lasts
ing and
entering. I

AND BUSINESSMAN Jefro Watkins was the onlx AI The"
person who had his bond es- We must clear for Special

treated. He was charged with space COS IOPOLITAN
Sale ,
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MK.IILLOARDNEIIerveending ..... .. ...
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LOCKHART1STATE 1 500"f U*.del ask IO,
m In court and a warrant for his '
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arrest was Issued and bonds N r .. elf **.' Hid w.
REPRESfNTATIVE. for were driving set for each while case Intoxicatedand attl.001, deafness? goes! Well/ cut prices on (torn::l th mwsq: ;; II _

I District 25Democrat $501 for the charge of hav- "' t"
ing no driver's Ucense.i This new Norelco all the "\\tt

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rend to miss certain words and T T r.tp 1.d rh c.-
-.Of Bradford County lounds You may have nerve-ending ,I' T-II engmeeredtoflt f : ;: .= ::..'"
1eafnss problem that often .. t
;";,;a' ads to nervous tension and In. gt 'I those hard-t to.fit 1. 2.W-W.. A,.. Mr. <.......
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A Native Of Bradford County. Barn And Raised In Break* Married Te The Former new Norelco tehlnd-theear" windows. :::'h : : ': ;' '

Linda McRa, Daughter Of Russell And Eula McRa. A Family Man With Four Sant. ild, Model 6710 has 2Z acoustical Co... .nlt, Slidvt> Jutr '. j
Member Masonic Lodge No. 189 idjustments to help correct your b".o .our m...,.m..... I- 3.1.sew....._..... ..... .10'','
"tearing problem. (Many aids have 3.000-14.000 I ITU't plug In .-........1110_-MW-N."....
inly 1 or 2.) And It can be readjusted .. your l 113 l volt S6y '" _......
o fit future changes In your hearing. co.....'.22.300 ote :;; -
Qualifications Model I \ up to 1 15001q. h.,ooty toIntfoll.
: 6710 Is hardly 4.-
behInd noticeable :: Under nnrmol. ., :.':: ,=:::
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e Graduate Of Florida Highway Patrol Training Academy. many aIds 5 times Its WATIN in yourcarport
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Graduate Of Two Hundred Hour Law Enforcement Training. /ifore/co' 0 .. 0 ::z4Don't :" ". d1l.ywr

0 Fprmer Radio Operator And Jailor Of Bradford County. '- sweat over repairing your old window air .. ..-......._
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a hearing teat and d.monitmlon :
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WILL Be Answered Promptly refesslenellp. .1 .. .....- --..- ....-
t Will Have A Special Deputy' Each Te 'Within Th. County.

t To Organize. A Jr. Deputy Program T* ,Our Youth A Bttr Unaarstandlng Of Lew. ..AIME3VILLEHEARJSWAID "IF in QUIETER THAN IT ISN'T ; 1t .:rl\1' rNr/ar-
Enforcement, Basic Fundamental' AndCounty bet Th. Drug Problems. That Face Out CO. CARRIER RUNNING'

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: )V'V'' BHS Gridder I In Ormond Beach Tournament lf '

iSKi Starke's Green Machine over the First National Bankof John Watson and Larry Hln- John Emerson had an average Thomas
placed second In the Ormond Tltusvllle. Jim Garlington gle each had one home run for on .531 j with 10 runs; from 17
i Beach Invitational last week and John Watson hit four for hits two'homers and 11 RBIs.
t'' Signs College end with Warren Motors of four for GM against FNB. GM GM.Jim Gar ngton was the leadIng Richard',Mummow batted an Paces
.''Of,, Jacksonville winning the final had 20 hits compared to FNB's hitter for GM during tile average of .529 with 17 runs
game 139. nine and 14 RBIs to FNB's whole tournament with an aver- out of 18 hits nine home runs
GM had more homeruns than four age of .649, 13 runs, 24 hits and 22 EllIs, leading that de- Young
f Football GrantBernard WM 4-3 but Motors out hit -uAMK: 5: six home runs, and" 17 RBIs. partm 'rii.'*
them 15-12. Green Machine beat Callahan hitters
Leading for GM were John Emerson. GM's pitcher GolfersBarry
By the time CM got to the Realty 9-7 In the fifth gameof Marcus Rhoden with three pitched nine games seven In
finals to play Warren Motors the tournament. for three three home runs one day and was voted as the
they had played two games Sat- Callahan Realty from Jacksonville and four HBls Donald Falcon most valuable player. Thomas of Starke

Brown 1972' BHS urday night and had played sev- had five home runs. the and John Emerson both hitting GM'B team tournament. recordIs placed first In the eight and nine
: er back. He filled In at running against Ocala Vanguard Brown en straight games on Sunday. same number GM.
graduate, signed Ms letter'of back for Malachi Henryand got a good shot at the running "We could have won, but the as two for three. 51-18.: : year old group at the North
Intent to play football for the "always seemed to do a back spot, gaining over 100 team had just run out ofsteam." Centrol Florida Junior Golf
Sterling College Warriors In heckuva for and Town- program at the West End Country -
Job us there says; scoring two touch- said General Manager
Sterling Kansas, for the 1972 Hurse. In the Sunshine Bowl downs.Bishop send Strickland.WM Club In Gainesville.
season. had II KBlg comparedto Hippies GM WinnersIn
Bernard will be playing the Green Machine's eight. Clay Cole of Keystone placed
of defensive back. Leading hitters for GM In second In the 10 and 11 year
gown was elected All-Confer the final game were Jim Gar- old group with Billy Tuton of

enc back for his work playingon New llngton, hitting three for four Sub-District Nay Palatka shooting a 37 in nine
the Big Red. one home run and two RBl's. hol t for first place.
Head football coach for Sterling Marcus Rhoden with two for Claire Turner Starke came
College Warriors Curt four one home run, and four in first In the 12 and 13
Bennett feels Ms team this fall and John Watson with
RBIs years girls group with a
has the potential of being as CountryClubGolf two for four one home run Craudons Hippies and Cunningham Gulf the local ket, Thursday night 9:30.In score of 44 In nine holes.
good or better than last year's and one RBI. Starke's Green Machine won league champion wont down other games Tate Electricof Rod Knight, Palatka lead the
team. GM won. ll the games before their opening games In the 1972 5-3 to Tony's of Macclenny. GalnesvtiledownedtheF'loridlane field In the 12 and 13 year old
Brown played for the Bradford the final Including the eighth Men's open Slow Pitch Softball The Gulf team outhlt Tony's of1>r St.' Augustine 18-8.Tate boys group with a 78 In 18
County Tornadoes at the game where they beat Warren SubDistrict play off, but local 11-7 but couldn't get them where collected,22 base hits and two holes. '
Sunshine Bowl In Ocala and Motors 9-8. men's Softball champions, they were needed. Terry Il Ir- home runs while the Floridians Dert Cole Keystone shot a
was voted as the most valuable Champ The gamos went like tills Cunningham: Sulf, lost Its open dee led his team with three hits had 13 hits and one home run. 60 In 18 holes for first placeIn
er. while Claude: llardee and Ken- The tourney will run through
player. starting with the eighth game the 14 and 15 year old group
."Bernard was one of the lead- and going backward until the i lie Cioulcs: met 15 i.: II Con- neth Carlton had two hits each. die week-end with the finals while Cindy Tucknett took the
Ing tacklers on ball club one sixth game: tructlon of Gainesville Monday Cunningham will meet Bob- cheduled for Tuesday night, Au girls group with a score of 41
of the quickest, and played his foot Bishop beat and Adams Adams then bogled two of the -GAME EIGHT; July 24, and sent the Gainesville by's of Waldo In the losers brac- gust !.' In nine holes.
of the
next three holes tour-
the Starke Golf Country
position of monster extremely; team to the losers brac-
well" says; Coach David Hurse.If Club championship In a 36 hole nament that Adams has won GM: edged by Warren Motors ket, 116. The Hippies were -,.
final Saturday. for the last two years. 9-8 with 11chard! Mum mow hlt-
Sterling College Is planning outhlt, 15-12 but made the most
to'use him In this same capacity Bishop won the match due to. "Both played a good gamo ting two for three with two or their hits e
despite his weight of 155 Adams being seven holes behind and Adams had a pulled ham home runs and five RBI's helping The Starke team was leading
pounds "He could do a heck Bishop with only; six left string muscle that he hurt playIng them out.Warren only 5-3 after four innings but
of a Job for them. In the tournament. Softball" Motors was ninth In scored four times In the fifth
"He did a heck of a''job for "Adams is capable of beating the world last year and they to put the game on Ice. Gene
us. All the BHS coaching staff During the first"round of golf Bishop but Blsh has been play- have three All-World Players Melvin was the big stick for
Is really Droud of Bernard., Bish shot a 2 under par 7U ana Ing real good In the last few on the team. the winners going three-for-
We all. wish Mm luck." on the next round went for.a weeks" also stated Jones. GM scored six runs In the four scoring four times and +a s.#
par 70.Adams. Award In all ten fights of bottom of the 6th Inning to move hitting two circuit clouts Lyn-
Brown played defensive-corner shot a 73 on the first the tournament were given out ahead 98. Both teams had the wood Kitchens and Steve
back for the 1972 Tornadoes round and then a 38 on the at the Banquet Saturday nightat samo amount of RBIs eight, Thomas were two-for-three. al.rpelr ,
and was an offensive flankSummer next nine holes. the Country Club. and WM outhlt GM Il-9. The Green Machine started 4
GM had two home runs while slow In their opening game as
Warren Motors came out of they were held scoreless in the
the game with four. first two Innings, but then they seas
-GA D': 7: broke loose and blasted Bob- h
Gainesville Baptist Green Machine edged by defending by's Hide-Away of Waldo 27-2. rl _
Pro state champ Longhornsof Michlne bats collected a whop-' _
ram Satellite Beach 8-7 In the ( ,biJl e Mtst. wUh eight ofe1Y1 \
-r'Jn'rl.il ',- InPnf'fW4fI : a944!seventh r game for* the tourney:I11.XftttaatttUfimi ? I .al' y e h
lI q Y1l m. 'fltf >,ftMIWilcharcloi 1 ? m '* ,
.. ,. 14 hits, ***' ilc ow ,B a' ha+n
." 1. 1 I ,,.rrYr l t i '''rr'r- "'' :+r.lWh the 'onslaught as
j ....... 'CM-.lad( ; eight irpls compared'to i
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\?4 '" I f Church Sub i District finds 'one ot l them!! wtifbe ellmlnat? | LH's six. Including three home runs. awe
'.;: Last Friday. July 21, the Recreation Gainesville First Baptist setting ed when they meet each other \ Leading hitters for GM were Marcus Rhoden also had five
Department took 18 the pace In the Church Division tonight at 8:15: P.m. John Watson with three for hits with one home run. Jim
,.youngsters to Strlcklands' of the Florida Amateur Wesley Methodist, the 1972 four Marcus Rhoden, three for Garlington had two home runs
Landing for an afternoon\ of Softball Association Tourna- Champion of the Gainesville four, and Richard Mummow two while Donald Falcon and John
for four with homerun and
swimming. \ ment underway at Starke's Church League dropped Its o- RBIs. one Watson hud one each. The ILJ4These
The water was refreshing after \tWestslde Park with seven area pening game to First Nazareneof two Green Machine will now meet
a week of activities,. at the teams participating. Lake City 11-7. Wesley then --GAME\ : Tony's of Macclenny Saturday !
Green Machine
,Pratt Street Center. Everyone This tournament with three met and eliminated St. Augus- rolled 13-7 morning 9:15.:
swam for about three4,hours teams remaining In contention tine Nazarene 17-8 Parkview o
then headed back to'the Cen- Is scheduled to finish either Baptist of Lake City 14-8 and
,. Friday or Saturday night July; Gainesville Westslde Church of
.ter.The last special event pf the 28 and 29. It began last Friday, God 13-8 to gain the finals of
summer will be a cook-out and June 21.First l. the losers bracket. YouthBaseballTourneyTonight boy or. the Bantam League Baseball Champions. Thor. (I.,) bottom row:
swimming trip to Strickland's. Baptist Church of The third team remaining In Wad. WjnkUr, Bill Lunday, Chub Johnson, Randy Edmonton, and Robert Edmonton. Top

Landing this Friday}July 28. Gainesville Is the only; team the tourney First Nazarene row: Dinky Kilby, J.ff Jock.l, K.ItI hl Kelly, Stuart Rayburn, Mike Kitchen Randy Corbin,
The bus will leave..,about 9 not having suffered a loss. In of Lake City gained an 11-7 At Pratt ParkThe and bat boy Dale Edmonton up front!* .n. CAll '
a.m. and.will return around the two games that team has opening game win over Wesley
3 that afternoon. Summer Program played It has not been pushed.In Methodist and Jumped to the

participants planning to the Gainesville team's first finals of the winners bracket 1972 Sub District A of Park. --- - - ------------ ,
attend will be told what. ,to bring game First Baptist easily by virtue of a 7-0 forfeit win the Dixie Youth Baseball Association Game #two Friday July 28, I
at a later date.Trophies downed Park View Baptist of when Westalde Church of God will be played at Pratt 5 p.m., Staike vs Bel Med >> Nursery And Landscape ,
will be given' to Lake City 11-3 and then met was unablo to field a team. Street Ball' Park beginning American or Orange Park. r I
Mr. and Miss Playground dur- and defeated another Lake City; In the finals of the winners Thursday July 27, at 5 p.m.
ing the cook-out and swimming entry In their second game bracket Lake City found Gaines- This tournament will be composed Game # three Monday July losers ; ICOOPER S Company
will match the -
trip. These awards are givento whipping First Nazarene 112. ville First Baptist too strong of four teams competing 31. 5 P.m. r I II
of I 2.
the boy and girl with the The two wins, coupled with afirst and lost by the score of 11-2 for the right to advance to the games I
most points accumulated over round bye puts First Baptist and were dropped to the losers Dixie Youth District Playoffs. Game flour Monday July 31, 2111 1 1 '.. Temple 30* North Phone 964-HIM. II
the entire summer program. In i the finals of the tourney bracket. Teams In the tournament are 7 p.m. will match the winners I I
These points have been earned and assures them of no Lake City :Nazarene: and Starke All-Stars from the Ban- of games 1 and 2. I
from participating and or plac- worse than a second place finish Gainesville Wesley Methodistwill tam League, St. Augustine- Game #fl\e Tuesday, .\ug. I 1. II I
ing In tournaments daily atten- and a berth In the district meet each other tonightat Starke and two teams from 5 p.m. will match the loserof I S UMMMER'I
dance and taking part In the championship layoffs. 8:15: with the loser becom- Orange Park: Bel Med Amer game 4 against the winner
special events. The top two teams of this ing the third place team In ican. of game#3. I Grafted On Fla.' Root stock .o. 389 I
tourney will qualify for district the tourney and the winner advancing The Starke nine will be Game #slx \\ed., Aug. 2. 5 ROSE SALE
Summer About half way rough"and the play and with First Baptist having to the finals and a coached bj Randall Davis and p.m. winner of game 4 vs win- I ORTHO ROSE DUST -, \Vb' Box 1-69 I
Program Billy
cinched one of the spots. spot In the District. The finals Is composed of the following
ners of 5.
Katie Lundy were leading' In The other will be filled by either of the tourney will be play- 15 boys: Robert and Rand.Edmondson. game I ROSE FERTILIZER y'' ? 5 Ib,. 89* I
the Came #7 Tliur., Aug. 3, 5
point system bu \-.lilUllrt First Nazarene of Lake ed Rand Corbin, Jeff . :lM;
Raj'burn and I Karen Glover have Friday night, July 28, at p.m. will be played only; if I BED MIX sib,. 89!
City and Wesley Methodist of Wade I
8:15: and If a third game Is Jockel Dinky Kllbj, bracket
the In the losers
now passed them and a re holdinga Gainesville. Each of these two It will be \\lnkIer. Eddie Akridge, Stu team
necessary played I 79i
winners bracket Bog
beats the team. .HUMUSB.h.i
lead. PEAT
strong teams have one loss each and Saturday night, July 29, at 8:30 Rayburn Keith Kelley, Bill FLA. I

P.m. Lundy, Roger Mlttel, Mike Admission to the tournament I CLADIUMS Gal. Can 79* I
- Nettles Gene Tanner, Mike will be free but donations will
Kitchens; and Leonard John- be taken at the games. I I

son.The Shade Trees In Stock - 4.89
We Repair! Most tourney schedule is as In spite/ of its critics! the i iI
follows: closer .
government is moving
Game # one Thursday. July to the people. It's going broke Water Hose 5Q ft. h 3.29 I

27. 5 p.m. St. Augustine vs right along With them. I

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cotton knit shrink that adds .... '. ..3< i
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junior ilzes. it s by of ball whil J'"
Stuart Rayburn takes a mighty swing at the I '
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practicing (for the game coming up Monday night.
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Starke Was A Bargain At $.i00

: J The Original Price Paid For It ?,I : r' ? '2

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Legend has it that the whit" a year before It pushed on toward ly that the first settlers came goods brought down the St.Johns .;
man paid his Indian brother the Its eventual goal Cedar down from Georgia and South by boat from Jacksonville, in v .t.4 o ib
sum at $25 for Manhattan Is- Key. Carolina to work in the timber the days before highway or rail S
land. Before this time, there Is little ,Industry, or to find new land transportation In this part of
Acquiring a cite for the town on record as to Starke's for cotton growing. Florida. 1'S S
of Starke was a little more ex- history, but the arrival of the James C. Richard and George The following memories of .
pensive. railroad quickly! turned the E. Pace came from MIddleburg early Starke were written by
George' W. Cole who became crossroads trading post Into a where they had been partners In the late H.E. Lagergreen,. a .,
the town's first postmaster, thriving young town. business since 1853. They were pioneer surveyor in the June
paid the U.S. Government about The first large, general merchandise likely Influenced by the know 12, 1931! issue of The Telegraph
$100 for the 40-acre tractcom- store-- ,Richard ledge that a railroad would soon .
prlslng the "Original Town of A Pace.- had been established push through this pioneer S.
Starke, roughly comprising an here In 1858 by two merchants country opening up vast new
area lying between Lex Green's from MIddleburg. The post area to lumbermen and far The writer Is an old-timer. C atiN
home on the north the Gulf bulk office was established In November mers. Their large frame store Came to Starke before two yt
station on the south Court of 1857, with Cole as fronted on Call Street, on the fighting bulls pulled down the
Street on the west and the municipal postmaster. west side of the railroad. smokestack: of the powerhouse; ;
light plant on the east. Legend has It that the first Since the store was established before the time when a portion 1 A
Cole acquired titled to this trader here was a Jewish mer- about three years before the of Thompson Street was washed ;
quarter section In 1859 the chant who had a store located track actually reached Starke away because a bed quilt had
;year that work of laying the where the old Coca-Cola plant all merchandise had to be haul choked up a box culvert; nay,
rail for the tamed "Atlantic to stands today.; But the story ed here from MIddleburg by he was here In time to aslst
Gulf" railroad reached Starke. goes that he made his fortune mule or ox team. Middleburg at the birth of The Telegraph .r A"
Starke remained the terminus and moved on before the railroad was then a thriving river town in 1879 and congratuate Its v rEverybody
of ttio rillrond/ for about came through: It is like- and a distribution point for founder Col. W.W. Moore upon
the looks of the youngster.'
Our work much of the time Loves A Parade '

has compelled us to take note of ,. .
the progress of Starke and
etrircmiALs Bradford County the char This picture of a parade. down Call Street on a rainy was Just on. of many held in Stark* during that exciting
acteristics of the people and to afternoon recall the day when Camp Blending was in 'Im... --
see what bouquets and brickbats full operation during World War II. This colorful parade :
were flung at us.
Until 1890 Starke's affairs
were a mass of confusion, and
An Unsanitary Mess the history of the town as an

',., economic unit may be said to Letters to the Editor. ..s.MAILDear
begin that year. At that time ..

The Bradford County Commission Is County would have one large, central the orange Industry was ._ rA '.
land fill Trucks would flourishing strawberry growing Mr. Matthews: like and all office holders of the inmates who know .
concerned, and rightly so, about transfer covered daily. had taken a firm hold ex- any more '
of the state-county: sanitary land Oil collect garbage from special containers horbltant prices for goods were But I believe if asked, him. Also he was sent an ave- 4 ;. 'TT .

operation from the County Health Department .along county roads, which could be no longer charged, a bank had To help clear, this up letter some.is misinformation sub- over 50 that per, know cent Mr.of Norman the Inmates Inquiring rage of three of his letters health per from day ehdtnge '.
been established and the town / his mind and come back
to the Florida Air & Water emptied automatically by specially
If think that's not
mitted. would tell you they hate to see inmates. you Work for the I said
had boon regularly laid out with to state.
Pollution Control Board district office equipped trucks. Refuse could be haul- streets and blocks. him leave. an honor then ;you should try before you gained a damn good
In Jacksonville. There Is fear that ed from all parts of the county; to the Settlers from states north of A group of concerned citizenshas If a poll was taken today; on working here. man. What I didn't say Is your
Governon Askew's executive order will, single land fill, located In the most us had started farms and wore organized to try to protect the inmates perception on Mr. Here Mr. Norman doesn't galntia our loss.We'want .-
Lake Geneva from becoming Norman, good or bad, Mr.Nor, have any picks. lie treats every-
This let
sooner or later, lead to the closing suitable place available. rearing roofs and gathering! him back.
to try extent and
would have white black.
man body alike
polluted a popularity
fruit. Starko had then more a ter is for print. It was written
of the county's so-called "sanitary"landfills. .
than it has thus support beyond 50 per cent. This may not have anything
dwellings than it has and for the public to read.
A price tag of $100,000 has been now The Lake Geneva Zoning Committee to do with his character as a TilE
there were a sash and blinds Thank much-
placed on the new garbage collection factory sawmill orange packIng was formed. To be sure Not long ago when he was public officer but it does asa INMATES you OF HAIFOKD.very >
Five land fill operations are being system. It might be true that the house carriage factory, Lake Geneva is considered a off sick he was missed and man. -Henry Lockett 005242 s
clean lake but how long will asked of by 70 cent or Frankly; we hope he will .
carried on In the county, none of which, County doesn't have that kind of money livery stable race track and per ... ....... .... .' ...... ....
If trends
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be called sanitary. Anyone doubting come If the cost is paid by the people On the block along the rail-
way south of Call Street, the
this has only to visit the land fill on for a service from which they would lat N. J. Jones had erected a We have many problems today i t I IIf

the old Lawtey Road used by both directly!: benefit. roomy and well appointed hotel that had the would people not banded have developed togethersix NOTICED
city and county; but we advise against which was a great unprovment
to support zon
doing so on a Sunday afternoon drive over the sorry apologies for years ago
ing. More problems are developing
when one doesn't care to .be remind So the question naturally arises--- hostelries The saloons theretofore had been voted existing. dally; and with the popu- Register To Vote At The I a af
out Following
ed of dirty; foul-smelling things. The why does the Commission hestltate of town,. which made for moreprosperity lation to double and triple before If ;:
Lawtey land fill Is under fall ? 1980, the time for action .
we are told and to take action Is there a and order f f
water much of the time fear of adverse public reaction in a is Countywide locations -f,

j Should anyone ask the County Com- political year? If so, the matter could The Georgia, Southern & Clearly and simply what the >>
missioners why has been Florida Railway was then under ., ... .. .. : .
iI nothing done be resolved by placing It on the Sep construction and Starke could committee has as its purposeis ).'
about this problem, the answer would tember primary ballot. have had it if less apathy had to lower the density; of population HAMPTON ; ::
no doubt be a lack of money. But the been shown. However it bone- around the perimeter } f#
board has already discussed a way a- An effective garbage disposal system fitted parts of the county. It of the lake.Although.

round this: letting residents pay for's., is.a,must,for any community In this helped Hampton{ andjrave birth 40% of Lake Geneva I Across Street From Christian Church f I# !
to .:- .RIver.Sampson, and ..
the-*service thTOUgt' uv=.Jttra*. .col IQUIJ, IItwo1be ew is zoned R-A the .. ,;
t hmrge ,, p c4Mn) < age. ( too Theressa. It gave an outlet ?':'; through combined Ifjo-; r"l"" ;
on electric companies serving as a col-1 long in coming, either--- even if the for Umber ,and caused truck efforts of the city; of Keystone .. *' 1.IJU 1'... nr ftrfricsmptonThursday r'I.
lection State Heights and the Bradford 1.t"\ .
agency.A or Federal government must step farms to be started around the
in and tell the County how to solve the places mentioned. County Zoning Board, the people ::J'

plan for a new sanitation system problem. This, perhaps, would be the in if these the areas balance are the not perimeter protected -- July 27 12 noon to 8 PM :::1

In the county; has been before the Com- least desirable solution of all. A little later the Wannee is not zoned properly because Tuesday Aug. 1 12 noon to 8 PM ... ."w i

mission for more than a year. It Is recommended branch railroad was built by we all swim In the same Thursday, Au.3 12 noon to 8 PM 1 ,
by County Sanitarian Jack By far the more desirable course Starke citizens, but proved to "pool".
Trawick who saw the system In opera- would be for the County Commissionto be a "white elephant" on their .Tuesday)', '\UI(. H 12 noon to, 8 'f1i'f :, !
tion In Alabama. Under this plan thr move ahead of its volition. hands. There was little freight If others are polluting the lake :: I..C .. Thursday)', '\u* 10 12 noon_te 8Jptf1gTHEHESSA ? If .
own at their homes!tas I, .
to be hauled and the portion they are polluting :cf. : d. .
passing through the lake swamp if for everyone; even j i
was built on inflammable peat those who are covered by. pro- .' ,
I The Real "Gut Issue"Both which readily took fire from. per zoning. } I > f1',1, p"
various causes often consuming r 1
long stretches of track. Let's look at what has happened I
political parties are attemping than one per cent. within the approximately j Across From Community Center
; tct make a campaign issue out of the Once, during a rainy! time a forty; percent of the lake that 11
war In Vietnam. Senator McGovern, 'This is why so many millions of large 'gator got stuck in a culvert Is presently zoned Residential I In Theressa : '
stopping It up and caused "A", and Is oulte desirable
the Democratic nominee has pledgedto voters feel they have been caughtIn the washing away of a few hun- beautiful I
have all Americans out of Vietnam : a never-ending squeeze, despite of track. A track
within 90 days after his inauguration President Nixon's promise thatif elect- carry; both fire and marine This area has been highly effective )j I
it elected). President Nixon declared ed in 1968 he would bring back economic hazards was a poor investment, through its adoption of J' Thursday, July 27 IZnoon{ to 8 t Pi ,>,. t,
four year ago that he had a plan for stability In the U.S. and the owners were glad to be zoning In reducing the number Tuesday Aug. 1 12 noon to 8 pM S., ,
able to sell It to the Ambler of people hence the number of 11
ending the but It still ','. Thursday Aug. 3 12 8 PM
war-- drags on. Lumber Co. for hauling logsto septic tanks and the amount of ; noon to ;
:This Is the reason, says Miss Porter their sawmills in Jackson- septic tank pollution in our Jake* '. r Tuesday, :Aug. 8 12 noon to 8 F\l, I t::
Although Vietnam Is a real concernto why, so many Americans are deeply ville. They rebuilt the track Si'j ':,'"'. \}',:,:/; '. Thursday', Aug. 10 12 noon to 80? ; If .j :,.
American there dlsattsfled with through the swamp with noninflammable We feel that this can be true I" \ :
every are indIca- the way our economy \\'j .: ." Io'tII : :
tions that the "gut Issue" of the com- has been performing since the Vietnam sand brought from for all of Lake Geneva, or we i iI H :, I. I .tlJf. !\' \\1.,\. :: ;

ing campaign! will be the "pocket book escalation began In 1965 and helped to road Alachua shop County In Starke., and had a rail can sit these complacently who are by insensitiveor and permit ; >:;' :; IROOKEI ; f

Issue. Tras Involves the paycheckand transform what had been a smooth motivated for reasons of a ft

the cost of living two items that functioning economy Into a nightmareof "<;Jllck ... buck" and with no ; ;, .
are of deep concern to everyone. Inflation. This road gave birth to Ward. regard to planned development I r City Hall In Brooker .
City, which is now called Brooker to satiate every square foot .
President Nixon also had a plan for and added transporation facilities of available lakefront,under the i I / :::;
; '
halting Inflation-- remember? But how to Sampson where it tjulae of providing lakefront :
S ';0;
do things shape up today, after almost Such figures underline the extent to Southern crosses the Railway.G.S. & F., now the homes Don't for we everyone need; to who wants 5' Saturday, July 22 9 AM f to 3 PM J :;a I 1' ::., ..:, {#
one. plan now
four years with a Republican in the which Inflation, under the Republicans for tomorrow Saturday, July 29 9 AM to 3 PMT If;) :" 1 "

White House? 'las well as under the Democrats, con- Early; in the 1890's a syndicate Saturday, Aug. S 9 AM f to 3 PMd.-; .'.1 1

tinues to make a mockery out of the headed by Dr. J.L. Gas- Incldently our tax assessor "V\ Saturday, Aug. 12. 9 AM to 3 PM I "; IInf ',:;,.., ."
In her syndicated column Sylvia Idns and Col. C.L. Peek boughtup says that in no way will the .' '" '
Porter points:>> out that the average pay- apparent rise in pay checks.So the extensive swamp west change in zoning" alter taxes. '/ ')" Ie ': .::
check has of Starke, around Crosby and :' I 11'0\'!} If' ::
probably Increased 20.7 per in We that all concerned \ :.rf:" ::
spite of both parites' ,efforts Sampson Lakes. They had great urge ,. :
5 "
cent during this period--- BUT in real \ < LAWTEY l"II.4 I' '.
to get political mileage out of pro- plans for this area's development citizens come to the zoning ;
dollars (meaning after adjustment for mises to stop the war in Vietnam, but the "big freezes"soon meeting in Green Cove Springson /( .,
Increases in to probably nipped Thursday, August 3 at 7 City Hall In Lawtey '
come ;
consumer prices since jun. .,'
victory at the will .., .,.
polls more likely .
In the and R-A "
the base period of 1967) has these plans bud (they and speak up for zoning. .. .. I
your pay : : ,
come to the that ,
one the
actually risen developes never materialized. Sampson speak up for the future of your '" .IJ fl'i.. .1 t
only 3.3 per cent in soundest plan to stop the spiraling City; never became the city; lake! ,',"jl f,

averages ouot of a In yearly four years.gain to That less inflation that threatens the nation's that was planned.Food Very truly yours, ''! 'I':V Thursday, July 27 I PM I to 5 PM I rl"t ', .

economy. ; Tuesday, Aug. 1 1 PM I to 5 PM I I'q.
1 R ,. : ,
Phil Parsons, President Thursday, Aug. 3 1 PM to 5 FM .. "

Stamp Lake Geneva Zoning Committee ,> Tuesday, Aug. 8 1 PM to 5 PM I ',,I .

ScheduleIs h ,- it i S": .. Thursday, Aug. 10 1 PM I to 5 PMJ e'Dbi', ,' ; .

The Bradford County Y ChangedSchedule Mr. Gene Matthews ::. ." \ 1 : ,
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Editor "
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': ... .MAIN OFFICE : '
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EST.\ni.lSIIEn 1879FLORIDA' of :the new food t Dear Sir .,. : "
tlbePiYe stamp wit In Bradford and It has com to our attention y .
Union Comflul has been (the inmates of U. C. LRalford. ,: Bradford County CourthouseEvening .
./7 changed, according to an announcement Fla.) that an officerby ..
--- This.
'" God
/ .per. from the Division the name of Harold K. Nor-
>.R ESSASSQdKATlON .. .. feet.-(II SMS. 22.40). Family Services this week. man Is resigning to become 'It
Union: County; service has been a candidate for public office.If Hours \
: \ : \ Life .Is lived moment by mo changed to Wednesday in Lake this is true then In all

ment. The secret of getting the Butler, Instead of the previous fairness I must admit you are Thursday, Aug. 3 8:30: AM to 8 PM ,J
-J most out of this. particular mo- Monday. Bradford Clients may not only gaining( a good G ltI-
', mint lies In our viewpoint. In now purchase food stamps on eer but a great man. Sir, it is Saturday, Aug. 5 8:30: AM to 1 PM .-;
J doing first things first, and Important Monday, Tuesday,Thursday and common among Inmates to dls- ,' Thursday, Aug. 10 8:30: AM to 8 PM ';

!.L. ;. tasks that should be Friday at the old Florida Bank "': '. Saturday,Aug. 12 8:30: AM to 5 P&t '.;
MATTHEWS Edito.PuLlhher on the corner of Call and Web
'Class Publi- td each Thurtday ."d o"'orod at S. *--1'ndattr rsss done and we purpose.feel a sense This of moment prog- nut Streets In Stark*. (SCHOOL STOPS HEBE BUS]I :,: / :,, : Regular hours Monday thru Friday j iJM to 5 PM. .
at th* Pest Oftic* a* Stark, FUrida bhblessing The Bradford County; units
under Act .! March 3rd, 1877. wse us as we look for the will be In Lake Butler on Wednesdays -
Subsc lon In ,trod one: 1 ,..,, $5.00; Outtld in it, as we reUt It operating the food For Additional Information Contact Jeneva M. Flynn 9645634t'
,.d. era: 1 year, $5.50. to u.. whole of our day, realisIn stamp service In Union County,
*U Is important for It Is UM across from the Union County; (
moment we arc llvin*. High School. ::'U'l :

Page 10 Telegraph July 27. 1972 I

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I Tom'' Crawford'' Asks County.. S he riff' s Post BIC. .PENS.-Bradford Ball County Point Telegraph. Refills. ;

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f Ton Crawford. 52.ta... the Florida Public Service enforcement agencies. His experience :bcotust Kites, andbhriiie,treasurer BPOE served on Bradford ,I
I ROTnue Department->>loyee.I Commission her in Bradford Includes working with of Morrocco Temple Mo- County Fair Association,member TMIPLE
I qualified' Monday. July 24, to County.; police Federal Bureau of tocycle Escort fond Second Vice of the State Fraternal Order JIM
I run tor the office of sheriff of "As you sherrif I pledee Mr Investigation and the United President ofStarhe Shrine Club. of Police, and Elder In the
I Bradford Count;,. and impartial law enforcement States Border Patrol. lie Is a member of Starke Presbyterian Church
I "For several months hundreds tempered with the principles Tom Crawford Is married to Superintendent Of
of friends have urged moto the golden rule'." the former Jewell. Noegel. Public Instruction
seek the office oI.lberUt Tnm Crawford. the son of Ralford Road -
i Bradford Count.1'be1ba'o; expressed -, Lawton and Sally Crawford in They btarke reside, and oil raise cattle and "VICTOR SERIES 1SOO CAPABLE
their concern In baying In 1U2U, was graduated from farm on Brownlee Road. Tom ELECTRONIC CAtCUtATOPtSCell W.. El.clod I it Chairman. Ot ThAlnchu .
a ftdldme workSlW.lberiff the public schools, and was Is a number of the Cattleman's Us.For A.Free Demonttrotlon Or For A FreeTrial County. curriculum
I with experience In cooperating honorably discharged from the .
Association.He .
'In Your Office.bAADFORD In IS6S. A. Cliulrm.fi
with ail law enforcement. agencies. States Navy after II 1/2 ,. llolp.J E
United : is a niemberof the Big '.bll." Pilot Pros .. Far EdurxionI .
:years service. Brother of America, Mason, COUNTY TELEGRAPH I Chang.
"My family roots:'are deep His background includes firefighting -, Itn
I In this county, both my Father with the Jacksonville !1A!Professional Educato r Concerned With Todays. Youth
.. ,, .
and Mother honorably 'served -
.. a State deputy; sherrlf with --a WISH I'D SAID r----------------- a-e a e e--0 S S e-e a-e,

r------. __. ... THAT"The I
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i.: I&FE&E4mSdCO.J. : Tom Crawford

Complete, Wiring Repairs of I qualified operator of an oxygen best way to get your
j., Industrial,.,'Commercial and Residential I victims resesltator of other fol''heat accidents.He vtctlmn. and share of the wealth of the NEVER BEFORE NEVER AGAIN
country is to work hard for
attended several schoolsand
urvrXS? CONTROLS I seminars in law enforcement It.-N. DeVane Williams, ,
I AND SWITCH EQUIPMENT sponsored by the Florida Holmes County (Fla.) Ad
I tublic Service Commission,the vertiser. j

I I Phone 24-Hour Keystone Service 473-3755 Federal ,Department and the Interstate of Transportation what"Too happens many people so long don't as care it \ ii:
Commerce Commission. Tom
a, .' M--V t: (Bubba) Wells, Manager I Crawford has been commendedfor doesn't happen to ,them."- I L 4. T I IiJLJL

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((II\?TER 99. ARTICLE 6. FLORIDX ELECTION LAWS) 'Foam rubber sold In vatsExtra I

((3)) No candidate, campaign treasurer. or Jeput campaign treasurer shall authon.; I I II
.' the incurring of any expense on behalf of the candidate or in furtherance or aid of FirJto S71jjJj'1yOl11} ( backYou I II :
DEPOSITORY TO TilE CREDIT OF TilE ACCOUNT KNOWN\ AS THE CAMPAIGN: t will recognize this famous national"'brand''''L' that has been advertised I
FUND OF TilE CANDID( \TE SUFFICIENT; TO PAY TilE AMOUNT OF THEIR FX. t in LIFE and other leading magazjnes. This is a once-in-a-life- I
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Disability More Common in NonwhitesAccording \

Elzie SandersAnnounces F or]ud e to Study by Social,, Security


Ellis: S. Sander, local attorney and U presently ervtnf's .Court through the difficult Board of Uovemors of. the ot all liberty t! thertbre, I ask Severe disability is more protection under social: security, Disability checks to eligible are paid work-by
qualified Friday, July Bradford County; attorney for trmnsltfoa' IB accordance wltliflew Starke-Bradford Chamber of the people ot Bradford County common among non-white 11 percent are non-white -but social security disabled
21, with the Secntary or State the Bradford County; 'ZoningBoard. constitutional Judicial reforms Commerce, Bradford County to examine my qualifications, workers than white workers, of the I IV* million who are ers who are severely
for the office of County Judge City Attorney' for''The a* approved by the vote rm Children's Committee Men: and,, If you believe me to be according to a social security severely disabled and get and cannot work for a year or
for Bradford County.; City of Hampton and begal of Florida. The reform will tal Health Committee, Bradt best qualified,:your holp through study. monthly social security checks, more.Certain members of their
Sander, 32, hold!*! Associate Advisor to Registrants'of' the Increase the responsibility; and I for County Historical Conunia- your vote will be (greatly ap Of the 74 million workers 15 percent are non-white, the families can also qualify for.
ArU and Bachelor of Degree local draft _I'd. Prior to Jurisdiction a'roJu'a.uary County stag, the B.P.O.Elks and Starke predated" under 65 who have disability study shows monthly benefits u dependenb.N .
from Jacksonville University. hi* legal education. Sander J.... your .Jajcees.Sander.
March insurance County, Judge will be called onto U married to the for --------------
; IMS. he wu wag employed a* an "It Is my Intention to ors- -
Investigator In the Stark decide many cave which currently mer Sandra Poynter. They are duct the campaign In a manner 4 5Tp5K! < ia
of FloridainoetrtttQUttw garb Gainesville area having. mov-. an under (he Jurisdiction < the paronU of two eons, which will bring credit to the ,
Doctor Degree and was admitted ed to Starke In 1962. ot the Circuit: cord;there- Erie, age 3, and Paul, age LH Judiciary, to the legal profession MiLDEw..S.P L
to The Florida Bar on June "My experience a. "III'&C- tore will require experience In and his family are member*ofSt. and to myself as a mem- ;
10, 1968. ticing attorney and position a* both civil and criminal trial Mark's Episcopal Church of ber of that profession. :
Since that year he bas been prosecuting attorney qualifies by Jury,"say*.Sander Starke, where he serve on the "If elected. I pledge to the F
a practicing att.omeyln Starke me to carry (the County Judge' Sander U a member of The Vestry citizens of Bradford County to '
Florida Bar Eighth Judicial In qualifying Sander states serve honorably and with the "KILL IT BEFORE IT KILLS YOUR INVESTMENT"
Circuit Bar Association. Phi "The secret: ballot Is the foundation dignity and Integrity befitting
u' Alpha Delta legal fraternity.Dave !: of freedom and keystone a position of such Importance. I
and -public tnches. >.' i STEAM OK PRESSURE CLEAN '


PaulkQualifies WaObidEWoK . I
: HOUSES . . Wall & Eaves NOW . 35.00 I
: Roafs . NOW . .,5* So. Ft.

TERMITE For County Board ... 2 Story Homes &'Business Bldgs. Larger Than 3 BR.' Home Extra Charge ...


schools, and certain In- i Patios! Drive\ta>s. floors. i\haust: Systems. Paint Stripping, Etc., i
Dave Paulk. 65 road and of the Bradford Chamber (JrCommerce's
Award dividuals. (No Job Too Big Or Small) J
land clearing contractor for the Humanitarian :
Paulk Is married to the former '..
ObligationWhatsoever past 30 years,qualified Monday, "tor rendering unselfish, Hazel Underhill of Starke. *
July 24, for the Brooker (District loyal, distinguished service as They have two daughters: Faye : CARPET SPECIAL :
& II)county; commission post. recipient ot the Humanitarian (Mrs. Ervin) Andrews and Syl : i
Now held by Zedra Hamiltonof Award because of 20 years of
via (Mrs. Vernon Reddish.
SAVE UP TO 8 SQ. FT. ,, ,, .
Brooker, the post 1* being charitable .acts of personal He Is native of Wlllacoochee. *
the Incumbent, Hamilton !to his/ fellow man" =
sought by kindness Coor la. \
.1 i and Russell Green of Among Paulk's contribution In 1968. Mrs. Hazel Paulk :. Flat Roto Any Carpet 4 At Commercial Rate Of 8<'Sq. Ft. .
,. Brooker. to the people and organizations( challenged Hamilton! [ the
Politic,. hoe lived In Bradford of Bradford County are work Incumbent and lost by approximately : CALL ANYTIME AT 964-5771 BOYD SERVICEEVERY i
rrTomnee County on Crosby Lake east of donated to the building of the
could b. working day and night to d.ttcoy your Ji omit,, Starke Just off SR-l00 for !the golf course at the Starke Golf 100 votes. a.eee! ? .ease-enlee....e.el.el.............aNe?.a.ee/eNaNN.a...ele.eM
The x work ulently but twiftly.. They con b.Hopped il ACt' past 29 ;years He has built and Country Club, Bradford
paved roads in both Florida County; Hospital grounds,
t NOW Let Florida Peit Contralln.pect homo. Fr.. Inspection'; ,
your and Georgia over a period ofmany Crosby> Lake Cemetery churQuestions -
and ettimots.
Due to his knowledge of road
construction drainage, and
heavy he equipment' Paulk feels ,:; :::; can 'help save the tax payers
money, not only In the Answers
c:' building of roads but also in

ORIDA buying all county and proper equipment maintenanceof ONE OR THE OTHER.

II EST Some form of fire protection
for rural area of the county;
Phone Q ONTROL 1* advocated by Paulk.who says
If the county; can pay for other Q. I'm deed op for both
4-S745 i Chemical Co things It could pay tor such fire parts of Medicare. After a car
pro tectlon. accident last month,I had some
HAVE YOUR HOME SAFETY CHECKED N4dlg In 1969 Paulk was recipient teeth broken and had to go to

the hospital for Jaw surgery.
Will Medicare of this
---- ----------,, --------- pay any
\/II A. Yes. Medicare covers this
of but not ordinary 0
type surgery

I I NOTICE: ; !I Q. dental I'' was care.hospitalized for' f

1 two weeks last month. Because
I of condition, doctor requested
I nay my
I Model 38GS 36,000 Blu's Model 38GR 36.OOO Btu's
a private room for me.
I 'SUBSCRIPTION I / HAZESTO ,) ', Will my Medicare coverage p.YI
IAI, 'ih....* II u b1191x911 I I for any prfcra4e/rooai7anM !run' .
A. Yea Medicare can pay CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING 1
'jHI for a private room when it is
: medically necessary Of course,
the hospital will bill you for
I BRADFORD CQtJ the first $68 of covered hospital Two Great Outdoor Units for Quiet,
services-which is the

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EXEMPTION GRANTED 111"72'fD First Presbyterian Church, Jl V L-

Accordance with cf,1on., .' 396 N. Cherry SU, Starke, Fla. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF August 1972. of June 0512 Montana Avenue) PERSONALS trip. This place U known for Some 6JIOO Florida drivers
WWM Florida EIGHTH JUDICIAL Dates this 28th day
Statute Church of God 422 N. St. Jacksonville Florida 32207 Manning
The Mr and Mrs. Harry Its beauUft wood carvings. with records of 14 or more traffic -
Box Salvation Army. Ufa//." Clair St., Starke, Fla. CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD 1972. had as their guests recently Tues.iWfl4,.and Thurs. were offenses the last five years ,

MS. Starke. Fla., .11,h Church of God, 635 McMahon COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION GILBERT'S. BROWNBy CONTRACTORS: Will, upon Mr. and Mrs Leonard Milling spent biitfoinatca.. Shirley and are on the verge of loglng their ....
Church of Jesus Christ'' 'of St., Starke, Fla. CASE NO.1392. : Beulah M. Moody D.C: receipt of Ten Dollars ($10.- from Tampa. enjaypd Tues. In Kingston driving licenses for the next

Latter. Day Saints, 1404 E.Bes.t Assembly of God, Drawer C., IN RE: The Marriage of MAR Clerk of Circuit Court of 00)) made payable to Don R. Mrs. E.B. Crosby and son whiob is he Capitol of Ja- five years.

tent Rd., Starke, Fla. ', Lakeland, I'la., 33802. GARET SCHMBELAU TUCKER, Bradford County Florida. Morgan Architect be forwarded Jimmy visited the Edwin Pre- malca.i WIJW spent the day ,K

Board of Public lustration/ "?, St. Edwards Parish, r\. Temple Wife, and DAVID M. TUCKER: ,7/8 4t 7/27 two seta of plans and specifications vatt family In ClermonU July touring -hiltq' Ity, shopping and The new. "habitual offender"
P.O. Box 939 Husband. [1'\
Starke. Fla. Ave., Starke. Fla. collect. Full deposit 1720. While ther. they enjoyed eating tan h at the Play Boy law provides for revocation of .
Florida. Pratt & Myrtle, Starke, Fla. provided plans and specifications -
BajfuitaThere they spent
New River Baptist Church.]Itt. Air Park Baptist Church, N.:- : DAVID M. TUCKER CALL FOR BIDS are returned In "good" ha.Mrs.. Mrytie Dukes of WorthIngton the ago. day Doctor's cave. any five-year period, are con)7
vie led of three or mowmajor
I, Brooker. Fla. Orange SU, Starke, Fla. Residence Unknown Notice: Is hereby given that condition within ten days of bid Springs spent Sunday afternoon (World's famous Beach) and such while ,.;,
offenses, as driving
MU Vernon Methodist Church.' Midtson St. Baptist Church YOU ARE HEREBY: NOTI- the Bradford County Board of opening. Amanda ,1.
visiting Mrs. I Indeed. The last
beautiful.( Intoxicated 15 lass serious
Jtt.ll. Brooker Fla. >1 3 P.O. Box 378, Starke, Fla. FIED that MARGARET SCII\: County Commissioners will receIved : or j
Lewis. the Island of
Church of God In Christ' ; Bradford Lodge 35 F & AM: ELAU TUCKER has filed a Petition -. sealed bids to furnish EACH BID: Shall be accompanied Mr and Mrs. Cecil Melvin stop Jamaianjiwo InjHfllrjcJUnft{ Port Antonio. offenses light. :The I such revocation as miming will be a rod for >it.

Brdoker Florida. P.O. Box 64, Starke Fla. In the Circuit Court of one (1) Accounting Machine,according by a cashier's check or bid and daughter Donna along with These make beautiful without hope of
Church of God Box Florida. Eighth Judicial Cir- to specifications which bond In 'nftttow five years, 4getting ,
1791 the of
amount five
Parsonage per- Rhonda Harrell enjoyed vaca- Almost
Madison of '
St., Baptist items out straw. fie license back during
Oca|ee, Florida. cuit, In and for Bradford County file In the Clerk's office.
are on cent ((5 ) of the bid price, Beach
pay at Daytona
1404 W. Pratt St., Starke tioning everyoBAJtlcUs: the straw mar- .
period. v
Church of Christ/ Brooker, the Petition being "entitled Bidder to submit bid on his able to the School Board of and Miami recently. kets. The highlight of this day.
Flo "H ,, Fla.Jones : The Marriage br "MAR own bid form In sealed envelopeIn Bradford
: ( County. Green from Brookerand
church Longford, WhltePost Shirley for the ladlM. was rafting on law July S
(; & GARET SCHM1ELAU TUCKER plainly marked on THE The took effect on
School duplicate
Rt. I 1., Melrose SUCCESSFUL BIDDER Jacksonville
56 715 Edwards Rd. Starke ; Linda Warren of the Rio UfSndo River The offensJ
1 and provided that
Florida. Wife, and DAVID M. TUCKER the outside of the envelope!Bid Will be required to provide a enjoyed a seven day Car- rafts aqrnain'dmade of bamboo. '
Booker Missionary Baptist'Church Ha.MU Husband. The nature of this for es during the previous five
Plsguh A.M.E.: Church Accounting Machine. Performance Labor and Material rlbbean Cruise. Leaving home While rooting they could really
would count However ;
Brooker, Florida Starke FlorIda. Petition Is for the dissolutionof Bids to be returned to the Payment Bond In the July 15, they visited Shirley's observe the houses, beautiful years .
The Church: of God bet marriage.You office of the Clerk amount of any driver who already has
Gen. New Jerusalem Church of of Circuit 100,* of the bid uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. orchids hywscus and bird-of-
be classified
offenses to
Bro ker, Fla. are required to file your Court at the Courthouse Brad- amount Surety Company shall enough
; Robert 1 Union and daughter. It
God Inc. KU I, Starke, Pla. paradIse giwlng was habitual offender has to
Brooker Baptist Parsonage! Bradford Co. Vol. Fire Dept answer or other pleadings to Oie ford County, Starke Floridanot be licensed to do business In Valerie In FU Lauderdale. also Impressive that they are as a '<
Brobker. Florida. Box Petition with the Clerk of said later than 5 p.m. Wednes the state of Florida and shall Then upon arriving In Miami commit only one violation after
Pine 11111 Lodge F' &' A'rM' Bethel 786, Starke Fla. .Court and to serve a copy thereof day August 2, 1972. be listed by the United States SaU, they enjoyed lunch with no poisonous animals or no the law took effect to trigger ?
Baptist Church mosquletoes.
Brooker Ma. Petitioner's The Board pesty the revocation process.' \
upon attorneys reserved the right another uncle and aunt Mr.
Starke, Florida. Treasury Department Friday was spent at the sea
Dedan Chuch, Itt.! 1 I. Brook. 7th! Day Adventist Church whose names and address ap- to reject any and all bids. and Mrs. lIon Barnette. Departing and Sat a.m. bright and early
cr, Ma. below, not later than August Bidder to state delivery date Miami aboard the M/ The. Highway' Safety' Du- j
Box 1313, Orlando, Fla. pear PROPOSALS: May not be with- the ship docked In Miami. Although
flak (;rove Incl. A. F. JHE; Grace Baptist Church Grlf- 7, 1972.Herein and origin of service for the drawn for thirty days after bid S Starward the ladles enjoyed Shirley and Linda had a partmuiit' Is mailing letters to !
Wrooher, I lorlda. fall not or a default such things as planned entertainment the 6,100 to Inform them of 1
fls Loop, Starke, F lorlda.SouUislde machine. date. terrific time they were gladto
Rock Church Rt. I, Brooker Church of Christ will be entered against you for swimming In the be back to the good ole their situation. It warns that. {!
Florida. failure to answer or Gilbert S. Brown pool, making new acquain- "Once revolted wider (the habl- .
Starke I Till-
Florida. your : SUCCESSFUL BIDDER, IF U.S.A. and didn't waste any-
Evergreen Miss.' delicious tunl offender law, your license ]
Bapt. tances and meals.
Hampton Church Clerk ANY:' home.S1'MP.ATIIY

back .
Baptist plead.DATED. : Will be so notified with time getting cannot be restored by the do- '
Church ItL< I 1. Lawtey, Fla. Hampton, Flol'lda.Hampton !this 29 day of June, ;1211..210.7/Zi in five days after bid opening. On Monday, they docked at

Nnrthsldo Baptist Church, Rt. I Vo. Fire Dept. A, D, 1972.GILBERT. The School Board of Bradford Port-Au-Prince Haiti, where partmont during the five yearsfor
they took a tour and a shopping any reason, not even to drive
2, Box 100, Starke, Fla.Uellbron Hampton Vol. Fire Dept., BROWN ..'""" County; reserves the right to to work." I
Baptist Church Hampton, Florida. UYt Beulah M. Moody NOTICE: reject any and all bids and to Our heart-felt sympathy, love

FC,2., Uox 78-E Starke, Fla. Christian Church, Hampton Deputy Clerk The Board of Adjustments waive any Informalities. 1972. and prayers goes out to the family -
Union PrlmaUve Baptist Florida. FAGAN, CROUCH! ANDERSON> will' meet on August 7, 1972 at Thomas L. Casey, Jr., Super- GILBERT S, BROWNBY of Monroe Barnes. Monroe Tills Is said to bo the tough- .

Church, % Vernon Reddish Rt. Baptist Church Hampton, & FOLDS 2:00 P.M. In the Board of County intendent School Board of : Beulah M. Moody passed away>> Sat. July 22, 1972. est driving safety law on the
2, Starke Fla. .- *q--... Florida. Attorneys for:.Petitioner Commissioners Rooms,Brad- Bradford County Deputy; Clerk Prayer list for the sick ZuleaivHarrelr'Morris books, and is expected to take ,
Macedonia Bapt. Church some of the moat reckless driven ,
Bayless Hwy Baptist Church PO. Drawer 1307 7204U810ADVERTISEMENT ( Dyal Ernest
ford County Courthouse to hear
Hampton Florida. off the road and reduce the '
Parsonage, Rt. 2, Starhe.Flo- Gainesville, Florida 32601 complaints of their Asses 7/20 3t 83ADVERTISEMENT tdwardsA: mObella .fet toou.
( number of serious accidents. I
Hope Baptist Church RU 1
Iva Jean Har
rlda. Box 7/6 4t 7/27 emend Polly Pl IM) Bayless Hwy. Baptist Church, 65, Starke. Florida. 7/20--21-.7/27 FOR BIDS- rell. I

RU 2, Starke Florida. ...> Themes Community; Center ; FOR BIns NOTICE Is hereby given that
Rt. 1, Starke, Florida IN TfIE'CIRCUIT COURTOF sealed bids will be received by e e The law also provides that

Pine Level Baptist Church, Church of God by Faith, FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDI- NOTICE is given that the School Board of Bradford anyone caught driving after his

RU. 2, Starke, florlda. .:' RU I, Melrose, Florida. CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR sealed bids hereby will be receivedby County; Post Office Drawer 939 Furniture advanced design that hat hesitates become license has been revoked as a

"Graham Baptist Church Graham Faith Presbyterian. Church BRADFORD COUNTY. CIVIL TAX DEED the School Board of Brad- Starke Florida 32091, at 9:00: i to o tit in a chair one for fear it habitual offender Is subject to
Florlda. Inc. RU !, Melrose. Sec. 194.16. F.S. one year in the county; Jail and
ACTION. CASE NO.- ford County Post Office: a.m. August 15, 1972, for the may really b. a magazinerack.
Calvary Baptist Church, Law- Ebenezer Baptist Church IN RE: The Marriage of LIL- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. New Suspended Acoustical Tile $1,000 fine.
I Starke Drawer 939, Starke, Florida
'tey. Florida. Florida. LIAN PRESSLEY AND Ceilings for the Starke Elementary
V. Wife
United Mt. Ilion AME. Box 183 Law- that CASSIE SEABRIGHT, the 32091, at 9:00: a.m.,August 8, i
Lawtey Meth. Church, CECIL L. PRESSLEYlIusband. School, and the South-
of the following certi- 1972 for the Construction of
tey Fla. > holder ,
Box 205. Lawtey Florida.'' DISSOLUTION, side
: ; MARRIAGE) Elementary School at
Grand Lodge #189 F. 4. v: Starke. Florida. for a tax deed to be Issued ( metal building), at which JOjl
Lawtey, Lawtey Florida. TO: CECIL L. PRESSLEY The certificate and read aloud.SPECIFICATIONS.
thereon. time bids will be opened and
First Baptist Church of Law Bradford County, % G. F. % Patricia Trlplette numbers and years of Issuance read aloud. *, I"

tcy Box 26, Lawtey, Florida Brown, Courthouse, Starke, Route 2, Box 37 the description of the property!; PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS, ; AND CON-
Fla. .Ferguson. North Carolina, TRACT DOCUMENTS: Business!
In which It
'of& and the names was .
First Baptist Church: ; YOU ARE HERTBY: NOTIFIED AND CONTRACT DOCUMENTS: May be obtained from ThomasL.
Board Tallahassee, assessed are as follows:
Lawtey Parsonage, &11)26, 1.1. May be obtained from
that an action for dissolution No. Year of Casey, Jr., Superintendent, .t,
Certificate 47.
Lawtey, FlorIda. '-1'' Florida the office of Don R. Morgan ---
of marrta has been School Board of Bradford
Lawtey Church of God ...P.O. Goodwill Ind. of North Fla., Issuance, 1970 Description of architect, P.A., Post Office
; flied against you and you are COM SW COR OF County; Starke, Florida.CONTRACTORS AUTO; "STALESBIfcASINGTON GARDEN SUPPLIESJohnson
Box 77, Lawtey Florida.,' "V" 4527 Lenox Ave., Jacksonville required to serve a copy 01 Property; OF'SEI4 Box 987 (Walnut Street) Green : Will contact
El/2 OF ..
Philadelphia Miss.Bapt. I'la.AV : WIE2AF25IE0174. Cove Springs Florida 32043
your written defenses, If any, for Thomas L. Casey, Jr., Superintendent -.
Church 1 Box 245Lawtey and follows
P.O. as :
.tJ: to y on LLZIU S. SANDERS! POB. N 420'. E 105'. S 420', School Board of
1 ,
g6i9DNiEp Paris
& Inc.
"* :
t Florida*' lw'i >4Hfe .! w X ? Associated General Contractors. for speclfl-. .. ,
Attorney for Petitioner?. whose W 105' TO FOB SEC: 9, T-6- Bradford County; *hl ( Ol.ltSMOHII.K: ,
Church, Lawtey, Florida'Rose First nom Church or Living -address Js 138 West Call S, R22E. 1615 Hendricks Avenue cations and all other informa- sAI.f:S A SKKVIOR
of Slieron Lodge #547 God, RU 1, Starke, Fla. Florida and Name In which assessed Pioneer Jacksonville,' Florida 32207F tion pertaining to this work, SEEDS PLANTS -
:Lawtey; Florida Pleasant Grove Street starkc, Pine Selection ol Used Cars
Baptist and will visit all areas to receive -
/ Macedonia FWL\ Baptist Church, RU I, Box 491..M file the. original with ..the.CllltfI..orUle Finance Company.All In ceiling work to determine Ttk"11 On CiKlillac' Trades I In.ecllrWrs Pet Supplies
of said property being W. Dodge Company
'/Church, Box 249 Lawtey, MoHlda. rose Fla abovestyled. Court the County of Bradford State ofqI'lo Pos((>Office' "Bdx-f "5647 th for them4relv'> teti.-*. 4: :211K1sIT1dwtme. ''I!(" S-1O'I. hiI ?w eRTIIiZERS: 1

<.r"%' 9 iM.AA'alr'th1I" "v'It4MEe1 'Jttftllfl"1l1.; kr.n e(,rtylAugust' ...maY. W2 118":" l'I!'ld3"; !w'--4. !"r ((1512 Montana'AvWitMta "" i..1 t I aft extend of tq pjeJ. ** .. .Iwo. ... tt MM If11 r>#f'..h 'rritlsi-a'espre.dYM/8!
w" ; Fi I Otherwise judgment
f' i Church Rt. 1, Starke Fla a. j Unless, such certificate orderUuicates Jacksonville Florida 32207 I Ph 378-M78 '
,M Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA Z4: N.W. 81 h
Church << entered fo.'tIIe..oiIrelief
'. "' : ", RL/ittawtey, flat agalrmu you shalt be redeemed '" EACH BID: Shall be accom- ,

Pentecostal Epls, Churchof Church, Lawtey Florida. demanded In the Petition according to law the property; CONTRACTORS: Will, upon receipt panied by a cashier's checkor
Woodmen of the World for I Dissolution of Mar- bid bond, In the amount of CLASS
God, Lawtey, Florida. Camp described in such certificateor of Ten Dollars ($10.00)

John Churcftjlif. 138, N. SU Clair St.. .Starke. riage. certificates will be sold to made payable to Don R. Morgan five percent (5%i) of the bid 4 wheel! drive and cars
St. Baptist WITNESS hand and the
Fla. my the bidder at the court Architect be forwardedtwo price, payable to the School
.1 1 Lawtey. Florida. highest Sa..... Pans, Service
Church of God in Christ of seal of said Court this 30th of and specifi- Board of Bradford County.;
Morgan Rd. Chapel: HIU! 'I, on house door on the first MondayIn sets plans Clean Used> ToyoU. LIDDELL
Starke',1"la; Lawtey, Lawtey, Fla. day of June., A.D. 1972. Month of August, 1972, whichIs cations collecU Full deposit,
," Morgan ltd., ; AM Hampton Fla. GILBI:IIT S. BROWN/ TIlE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER: '6 t
( Meth. F & Lodge the 7th day of August, 1972 less postage will be refunded, MAl" 376-1266
Pleasant Hope Florida Church Keystone Airport Cit of CLFRK: 011'111:: CIRCUIT Dates this 28th day of June provided plans and specifications Will be required to provide a u Glass Company
Rt. 2, Starke, tn. COURT Performance Labor and Ma- IJea Academy
/ Keystone, IIgt .., Keystone are returned In "good"condition y
Pine Valley Congo IIgts.,'I-'Ia., BY: Beulah M. Moodv 0.C. 1972.GILBERT S, BROWN within ten days of lanai Payment Bond In the a- "GI."" For Every, Pur...... "
.Church. Itt, 2, Box 19;Starke 7/20 2t 7/29 Ftrst Publication, July 6, 1972 By; Beulah M. MOO<'y,. D.C bid opening. mount of 100% of the bid a- POWELL'S .1 Sane FronUM.rmrn,
7/6 4t 7/27 : Court of mount. Surety; Company shall .
Clerk of 1 Tub Encloxmw Sh<>wru
j Pleasant Grove United Math. -- -
Bradford Florida be licensed to do business In Beauty Academy .
County '
', Church 941 Old Lawtey lid. NOTICE OF SHT.RlfF'S SALE 6/6 4t 7/27 ; EACH BID: Shall be accompanied the state of Florida and shall M "kLenraRCiProfcnilon .Furniture T"pt" Glass Replaced

''Starke, Fla. i> Notice Is hereby given that I, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT .. -.-. by a chshler's check or bid be listed by the United States In Tour
..I l First United Meth. Church P.D. Reddish, as Sheriff of OF BRADFORD- bond, In the amount of five per- Treasury Depar nent. Bparian&K Pull or Pnrt Time NEW LOCATION

Parsonage, 1605 Ralford *Rd., Bradford County; Florida, under UNTY, FLORID IN PRO- IN THE COUNTY: JUDGE'S(,; cent ((5i)of the bid price pay- PROPOSALS: May not be with- :210 N W 10th 378-27M

larks, Ha. o ; and by virtue of Writ of BATE NO. I 1-1987. COURT OF BRADFORD CO- able to the School Board of drawn for thirty; days after bid 122* Slain (.uinrtvilk-

j j Pine Hill!! Meth. Church" ', RU' Execution: to-wlt:Execution Issued IN RE: Estate of ALICE H: u-.n'.FLOUD.\:. : Bradford Count}'. date. ELEiC MOTORSELECTRIC

2, Starke, Florldf out of Small Claims Courtof McINTOSH, Deceased. IN PROBATE- TIlE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER, I IF -- 372-8191 ;; 372-1102

Antioch Baptls Church. RU > Bradford County Florida NOTICE; OF FILING FINAL IN:: RE: Estate of JAMES REASON THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER: ANY: Will be so notified with

2, Starke,, Florida. ,Y i.? REPORT AND APPLICATIONFOR Deceased. Will be required to provide a in five days after bid opening.The .
BPOE Lodge 1802, 2030 N. pursuant to a Final Judgementfor DLSCH\l/ ,: OF EXECU- !NOTICE' : TO CREDITORSAll Performance Labor and Ma- School Board of Brad Motor Repair Co. I OTOI..U.I.ISh. :

Temple Ave., Starke Fla., Town Finance Co. at Stan he TOn creditors of the Estateof terial Payment Bond In the a- ford County reserves the right CM -CMneKvlllr. .lt AMI) t.Y.CIG&UZUKI
Robinson. Jenkins, DeSue' of Starke, Florida, and against Notice: is hereby given that JAMES RESOdeceased:- mount of 100e of the bid amount. to reject any and all bids and me.

A.M. Leg. Post #313- 1004 Harold D I & Marleno Smith I have filed my final reportas are hereby notified and required Surety Company shall be licensed to waive any Informalities. Repairing Rewinding .a.1

.Florida Su, Starke, Fla. defendant In the amount of Executrix of the Estate' of to file any claims or to do business In the Thomas L. Casey,Jr.,Superintendent 311: 1 Vend ea..ti, n.. .u
Greater Beth. FWl..,}Baptlst: $400.00, together with costs of ALICE II. McLNTOSH, deceased demands which they may have state of Florida and shall be /'f V A'CION

Church, 1111 Calvary Su., tarke collection. ; that I have filed my against said estate in the Office listed by the United States School Board of Bradford 2816 N.W. 6th St.- Ph. 372-R11I -.t-; V' .. j'
Have seized and have In 111) distribution and of Department ,
Fla.. application for of the Count Judge Treasury County J ,.
Bethel Baptist Church, possession the following described for final discharge, and that Bradford County Florida, In 7/27 2t 8/3. MOVERSiktonee N ,
Demount nrnoerft to-
Starke I Florida. wit 1962 4 dr. Chevrolet (pale on August I, 1972, 1 will apply the Courthouse at Starke, Flor- PROPOSALS: May not be .. = TlAOIl rune
Baptist : 1HERON A. La .. .....
Nw Hope Green) Tag 45W-2065: I I. D. to the !Honorable ida within six calendar months withdrawn for thirty; days after ; .MovingStorage N ... .-.-.. .. ........
Church, 2048 O.d Lawtey Rd., Y A\\ N, Count Judge of Brad- from the date of the first Packing .
218391130375 Title 63T8097. As publication bid date. IN: TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF
!Stark, Fla. the property; of the above named ford Count, Florida, for approval of this notice. Each FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL Crating ShloplnfCsll *:* 312.9591-

Prince (Hall Carver Lodge defendant and that on Monday, of said final returns claim :or demand must be in THE SUCCESSFUL: BIDDER, CIRCUIT, IN AND; FOR BRAD- Fee 'rUmaks I .DCOMIY r.l. 1..11..

89, Starke Florlda. the 7th day of August, 1972, and for an Order of Distribution writing and must state the placeof IF AI.Will:. be so notified FORD COUNTY::- [

Church of God In Unity; Lake. at twelve o'clock Noon on said and for final discharge as residence and post office within five days after bid CASE NO.SOUTHERN.
I ''Ity; Florida "" day on the premises of the Executrix of the Will of address of the claimant and opening. The School Board of MUSICBALDWIN

Starke Congo of Jehovah'syitness Bradford County Jail, 1 will offer ALICE II. McLNFOSH.. de- must be sworn to by the claImant Bradford County; reserves the DISCOUNT:- COMPANY -

2nd Estelle St,Starke, for sale and sell to the high- ceased. his agent or his attorney right to reject any and all bids OF STARKE, A Florida
la. est bidder for cash In hand, the Dated this 28th day of June. or it will become void and to waive any informalities Corporation PIANOS & ORGANS

Laurel Baptist Church RU 1, above described property; of 1972. according to law. Plaintiff, VS ANN BROWNand
; tarke, Florida. said defendant to satisfy the BELLE PRIEST! as Executrix BEATRICE P. JACKSON:', Thomas L. Casey, Jr. EDWARD BROWIher: Van Service, Inc. I CHOICE OF T'HE ARTIST!

Bradford County; Hospital, 922 .aforesaid Execution. of the Estate of ALICE Administratrix of the SuperintendentSchool husband Defendants

2. Call St. Starke, Fla. P.D. Reddish Sheriff II. McINTOSH.:: Deceased. Estate of JAMES REASON Board MORTGAGE FOR-CLOSURE: 3510 a .1. Mo M4. C'vllle !; 4,1Nu"
Presbyterian Manse ,1083 Bradford Count, Florida 7/6 4t 727NOTICE Deceased. Bradford County; NOTICE; OF SALE t.

iessent Rd., Starke, Fla.- 7/13 4t 8/3 JOHN KOPELOUSOS: NOTICE Is hereby !given that, SERVICE I I MUSIC Co.
Bradford Co. Library Bldg. pursuant to the Final Judgment ..
:omm., Inc., Drawer_520, ; OF TAX APPLICATIONFOR DEED : 142 West Call Street entered In this cause numbered BLOCfiiT PO Tl\C C'ville Shaooing Cir. 372.5351

tarke, Fla. Starke, Florida 32091 1307, In the Circuit Court of 1S! INC'

Lion's Den. 125 N. WalnutSU, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Sec. 194.16.F.S. Attorneys for Administratrix IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Bradford County; Florida I Y Farm and Industrial


: First Baptist Church P.O. FLORID that TOWN HOUSE ENTERPRISES FLORIDA IN AND FOR Bradford County; Florida,

'box 127, Starke Fla. In re Estate of JAMES AUSTIN : OF F'LORID.IJ'C.; FOR BIDS!> BRADFORD //COUNTY. CIVIL described as follows: ,I

Starke Woman's Club 436 BELL m, deceased. the holder of the following certificates ACTION CASE NO. 1405 Begin at the Southeast Comer .

N. Walnut Su, Starke Fla NOTICE OF FILING: PETITIONFOR has filed said certificates :NOTICE- is hereby given that A,W. DUPREE Plaintiffvs- of Lot *38 Section 31, Town- rn Santa Fe Tractor,

First United Moth.' Church, FINAL DISCHARGE OF for a tax deed to be Issued sealed bids will be receivedby MARY ELLA ELIZABETH DU ship 5 South Range 22 East Factory 'AuthorisedJ.M

P.O. Box 157 Saris Fla. thereon. The certificate the School Board of Brad- PREE Tlftpn. Ga. Defendant as recorded In Plat Book FORD
Episcopal Church Parrish ADMINISTRATION": numbers and years oU Issuance, ford Count Post Office I, page 1 o< the public records Pontiac
House .o.x 487 'Starke, IT MAY CON- of Bradford County ll& Farm' Tractors & Implement.
; TO ALL1I0M the description of the property; Drawer 939 Starke, Florida NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTY ; | "Portt..rvlce "
,: CERN: and the names In which It was 32091. at 9:00 a.m. August Florida thence run West, 210 H. MainCalneivilU USED EQUIPMENT

Eplscopar/ectory. P.O.. ,,Box Notice Is hereby given that I assessed are as follows: 8, 1972 for the Heating, Ven- MAny ELLA ELIZABETH 170 feet to the point of beginning Fla.
To -
487 Starke Fla. have filed my final report as Certificate No.; 94, Year of tilating and Air Conditioningfor : ; thence Northwest: SALES PART SERVICE
Calvary Bapt. Church of administrator of the estate of. Issuance 1965, Description of the Starke Elementary DUPREE 100 feet, thence Northeast 100 372.2583

Starke, P.O. Box 403, Starke James Austin Bell,ffl,deceased Property, LOTS 6 4 7 OF BLK school, and the Southslde YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED feet thence Southeaat1oo feel" 4488 N. W. 6th 37..U.ar..UXES'II.LE.

Fla.First that I have filed my applicationfor 16 IN KNIGHTS S/D SEC 21- Elementary School, at which that an\ action for DIVORCE thence Southwest 100 feet to TR S n.',
Christian Church*P.O. final discharge and that I time bids will be opened and has been filed against you and the point of beginning. Being ,
Box 66. Starke, Fla. will apply to the Honorable T-6-S, R-22-E. you are required to serve a pert of the land deeded to MOBIL HOMESKEPAIRSE'tVIChXlrby's '

Cong of Jehovah's Witness, heron A. Yawn. County; Judge Names In which assessed read PLAN aloud. SPECIFICATIONS, copy of your written defenses Nathan Raulerson and Lillie ....11. HuntRepclr

Rt. I. Box 172-B Starke Fla .of Bradford County; Florida,on EAH ENTERPRISES INC. AND: : CONTRACT U any to 1U on the plaintiffs Raulerson recorded In Deed i S.*viUs Inc. I
Baptist, t Church Pastorlum. August 4,1972atlOo'clocka.m.: All of said property being In attorney! whose name and address Book 50. Pag 193. -- ,

33.N.. Walnut SU, Stark. Fla. for approval of the same and fa. the County; of Bradford, State DOCUMENTS: May be obtained U HON LEX GREEN at public sale to the highest ..--,- Authorize rv.iler .Foriejte
of Florida. from the office of Don R. STARKE, FLORIDA and file bidder for : at the front ,
Baptist Church, final discharge as administrator cash { :0 N. [. Waldo Rd. F..i.lnlwJr.n'
New Bethel such certificate Morgan Architect, P.A., Post the with the clerk of door of The y- .
Unless or original Bradford
County '
of the estate of James Street) ; Invtvlll: 3700691o :* ; Hlh.in8, & Ait ( onJIpuntnp -
Stark Florida. Office Box 987. (Walnut
shall be redeemed the above Courthouse
Austin Bell, m, deceased. certificates: Florida styled; court on or In Starke. Brad- .
Allen Chapel AME.. 749 1Tn. July 6. 1972. according to law the property; Green Cove Springs. before August 14. 1972: other ford County; Florida between '...S.ryc. ... Fquip.uppltsAwninga

SU, Starke, Fla. ? ; Itl James Austin Bell, Jr. described In* such ceruiicate: 92043. and as General follows Contractors : wise a Sgement may be entered 11:00: jn. and 2:00 p.m. on ".....:::1, .e : .. 14 JO ,., toy ,
eiwrch: lit God, 6tirki,-.Fhu. JAMES AUSTIN BELL Jr. or certificates: will be sold to Associated against you for the relief the 4 day of August 1972. Hit.,... ,In, d', CMn.,." An, Con iitionin5 ln.t.tlled
1615 Hendricks Avenue V> Scrvic Opt
New Mfc.Mortah Methodist. Administrator of the estate the highest bidder at the demanded In the' complaint or GILBERT S. BROWN G5LERH for Ail Mc.. $6'''. fu

Florida Sc.. Starke. Fla. of James Austin Bell m, de court house door on the first Jacksonville, Florida 32207F. petition. clerk ulah M Moody. Deputy PrMchi,... ..olr, Part.HJWilry 4'00 ",'. 6th :St. Gainesvill.
1004 of Dodge CanpaSW WITNESS my hand and the Air.. .,..t.. :
Monday In Month August W. .8'8IO)
Morning Star Lodge i'. & AM 7/l3 8/3 1972. which Is the 7th day at Post Office Box 5647 seal of said Court on July 17, It 7/27 (rcroltK.rllxxJuly
]/26. Starke. Florida. .

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Starke, died. Friday evening.

301 North, behind T..- Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Sunday School a.m. MornIng Born In Bradford County on
tee Frees Drive In Sunday Services 11 a.m. and 7 Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning Service 11 a.nu; Bible Study January 7, 1884. Miss Nor-
Mrs. Jewell E. Redding, 44.
School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. Worship at 11. Training 6:30 p.m.; Evening S rda7:30 man was a life-long resident
of RU 1 Lawtey .died In AlachuaGeneral
vice 11 a.m. and 7 pjn. Prayer -Rev. Lacy Conway pastor Union 6:30; Evening Service Hospital Survivor Include one brother -
in Gainesville
Service 7:30 Wednesday. 7:30. Wednesday Lonsle Norman of Starke
pjn. Prayer and ;
Monday morning July 24, following
CHURCH OF CHRIST Wednesday-- Prayer and Bible Study 7:90 Illness of nine six sisters: Miss EulaNorman ,
-Leroy Olive pastor E.L. ATMELROSESchedule Bible Study 7:30 pjn.Rev. Melvin Hamel. Pastor an of Lake Butler Mrs. Agatha II
Crlffls, associate: pastor. of Services: -- Bob Cooper, pastor WUtehead of L41ie Butler.Mr.
Reddish born In / Kiilnln/ / Marg/ / Board Photo
Mrs. was
Vada of Jacksonville
Sunday Bible Study 10 ajn. Yarbrough -
NEW RIVER BAPTIST Morning Worship 1a.ln/ EvenIng CHURCH OF GOD BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Lawtey on September 24, 1927, Mrs. Ruby Yarbrough of
Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning the daughter of the late ChalkerA. Ralford, Mrs. WJS. Lewis of RnlHln braid l I. 10 ,',,,.nllh'. YOII'II find many ways to use It for
evening-6 School 10 Mom- Worship 11 a.m. Evening Rosier lhow last t liizy. day* of ninnnrr Stuck rnimn bread Into a triple
Worship 11 ajn. Training All other p.m. Sunday a.m. and Daisy PrIngle. Plant City and Mra. Alta Ren- club innilwlrh, niiiKe iipra(fiirra or ten "snndwlchei.
Union 7 pjn. Evening Worship. Ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Worship 7:30 pjn. Prayer She was manger of the school free or Ocala. Served decker" with a bowl of hot. ur cold.Mitip, you hive a minifying
8 p.m. Wednesday Night ser MADISON STREET Evening 7 P.m. Youth Night Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. cafeteria at Lawtey and a member Services were held Monday luncheon or Biippor. 1 IDon"
vice 7:30 pjn. Everyone _1- BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer J.C. Sawders, pastor of Evergreen. Baptist July 24, at 2 p.m. from Jones
come. Meeting Friday 7:30 pjn. Church. Memorial Chapel with Rev.John Cornet rnlnln bread fur Uroiikfiim. Tenet' It. then spread
Sunday. July ,23 Sunday
-- -Rev. Y. W. Kldd, pastor MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Burial with butter honey and n hale ctimnmnn fur n quick coffee" cake.
Jim Strickland officiating
Countryman pastor
School. 9:45 Morning Worship Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday Sliced rnl ln bread IB readily m'ailublu' nt( food morel everywhere
11; Church Training 6:15; WMUPrayer School U a.m. Morning Worship Survivors Include her was In Dyal Cemetery. but you may want" to kvep n loaf In the freezer to prevent run.
FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday Circle,"'.7il5;' Evening KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST 6 p-m. Training Union husband, Loutn H. Redding; Dewltt C.Jones Funeral Home nine out.
School, 9:45: a.m. Worship. 7:30.: .' Sunday School 9:30; Training 7 p.m. Evening Worship. three daughters) Mrs. James was In charge of arrangements RUSIN BRKAI:) > TRIPLE. : DKC: :KKRSIK '
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Monday--Youth Choir Practice Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Worship Wednesday -7:30: PnyerSer- Starling of Lawtey.Miss Norma
Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Practice Children's Choir 7 p.m. II a.m. Evening Worship vices.Rev.. Lou Redding and Miss Judy >llcr. raisin .brad 1 |U;'/-ounce> cane deviled .
Wednesday 8 Wednesday--Teacher's and 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: of four Mrs. Mabel Roan ham
p.m. Bob Cooper pastor Redding both LawteYI !i cup MiMrnrd butler' ,
Officer's Meeting. 6:30: ; Prayer Wednesday.Kev.S.C.Cuthbert brothers: J.C.'Frlngle of Crescent ,;j, cup Cheddar: rheme spread 'a ra. .ponn pn-pared. mualard
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Meeting; Business Meeting Pastor FIRST UNITED METHODIST City; Waldo Pringle of hash. dill wad Uhlmpoun. mujcmnuliK
OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 7:30 Interim Pastor Worthlngton Springs William Mrs Mabel Edwards Roan a
STARKE bultor. C'umblne cheese iprend
1404 E. Bessent Road Adult Choir Practice. 8:30: p. Sunday. School 9:45 Prlnxle of Sanford, and Earl native of Lawt y. died Wednesd. Spread unit dill rulnln w,', Home Evening-Mon. ; Senior .!,)'. July 19,in Atlanta Ga.after both In each.
Family m. BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 11 Junior and Mosley of Lawtcyj six sisters: 'lulu II irlplii di't-kcT HHIIWC| Denton Sumrall FIRST ; Mrs. Minnie Redding and Mrs. a long Illness. She lived at 1951 Press lightly Itiiiolhrr; cut IIH dralred. Makes a triple decker
day.Primary Tuesday 4:30 STARK groups p.m. Bracken Way In Tucker Ga. wmdwlcpos. '
WednesdayRelief:Society pjn.: ; Pastor Opportunities for Service'SUNDAYSunday Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Clara Brewer, both of Lawtey; ,

7:30.: PINE LEVEL BAPTIST School 9:45: 7 p.m. Prayer MeetIng Mr. Roan lived In Jackson-
ThursdayM.I.A.. 7:30 pjn. Sunday School,}0 a.m. MornIng a.m.; Morning' Worship at 11 o'- 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Mrs. Erne Mae Lee and Mrs. ville for many years and was
SundayPriesthood,8:30a.m.: 11 clock. Rev. James Ponder 7:45. Evelyn Strickland both of Green the widow of Leroy Roan. She
Worship a.m. rre &er-
Sunday School. 10:30: a.m. Eve- verces Booster Land Young Guest Speaker; Church Training Rev. George L. HarperST. Cove Springs; Mrs. Gladys wa formerly a houso mother a. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

ning Meeting 6 p.m.Sacrement. People and Prayer Service), 6:15 p.m.; Evening Wor- Saunders of Penney Farms and The Boles 1! School.
Branson Branch at 7:30 Rev. James MARK'S EPISCOPAL Mrs. Emmallne Allen of Dallas
Jesse D. 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 pjn. ship : p.m.
President. Midweek Service*'Wednesday Ponder Guest Speaker CHURCH, STARKE Holy Eucharist Texas and two grandchildren. Surviving are two sons;a ulster STARKE

7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland MONDA.Y.. Youth"Choir: Practice 1st and 3rd! Sundays MI s. J.C..Adklns, Sr.,
HEILBRONN BAPTIST Pastor. 7 p.m.TUESD.Y.. 8:30 and 10 a.m. Morning Services were held Wednesday Gainesville; two brother W.L. PHONE:!)Hi 1.200(;

CHURCH. HIGHWAY IS N. .. WMIJ Executive prayer 2nd. 4th and 5th Sundays July 26, from the DeWitt Edwards and Ed Edwards both -
Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Council meeting 10 a.m.!; WMU at 10 ajn.HAMPTON C. Jones Chapel In Starke with of Jacksonville, and six grand
Morning Worship 11. Training HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Program and Business Muettng Rev. Walter Mathls and Rev. children. KEYSTONE.HEIGHTS
Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Service Highway 100' at i Theressa) (Brownlee Group in Charge) 11 Cecil Crawford. Sr., conduct- Funeral/ services were held .
7:30. Midweek Prayer Sunday School ,- 10 a.m. o'clock, Covered Dish Luncheon CHRISTIAN. ing. Burial was In Long Branch at 10 jn.Saturday at the grave- PHONE i-.4U76:! :
Service 7:30 Morning' Worship<- 11 a.m. 12 o'clock noon. CHURCH Cemetery near Maxvllle. side In Evergreen Cemetery,
-Rev. L. Tommy, Howe, pas- training Union ..6:30: p.m. WEDNESDAY.: Family Night Sunday School 10 Morning Jacksonville.
tor. Evening Worship-' 7:15 p.m. Supper, 6:00 p.m.; Prayer Worship 11 a.m. Evening
Wednesday Night Prayer Services Meeting, and R.A. Meeting, 6-: Worship 7.-James Shaw pastor.
7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle 30 p.m.; Teacher and Officers
EVERGREEN BAPTIST Packham, pastorifBAYLESS : Meeting. 7:15: ; Church Choir LAURA BAPTIST

CHURCH Practice, 8 p.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Morning
Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morn- HIGHWAY BAPTIST Worship 11 a.m. Evening EveryDayLowPrice EveryDaylowPrice]
at 11 Sunday
Ing Worship a.m. Sunday Schools! 10 a.m. Worship SMYRNA MISSIONARY Worship 7:30: pjn. Midweek Bible -
night Service at 6:30. Service 11 i a.m. Church BAPTIST CHURCH Study. Wednesday 7:30: p.
Wednesday night prayer Training 6:30.p.m. Evening CENTER CUT IPO ntry
at 7:30. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser- ,
meeting Cecil E. Crawford Sr. Pas Worship 7:30.WedlteadayPrayer. vices: Sunday School 10 a.m. m.Be in church Sunday. REGULAR GRIND ,A uu.'

tor. Meeting Preaching. 11 a.m.Training Un- Lester Austin pastor. SIRLOINSTEAKS Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK'
7:30: p.m. ion 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship.,
STARKE CHURCHOF Rev. J.D. Robinson 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL

Bible School 10 a.m. Worship BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:45 a.m.;
Services 11 a.m. and BROOKER'FLA. CHURCH OF GOD Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth
OF PROPHECY, BROOKER Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- 3 2O S. WALNUT' ST.
6 p.m. Midweek Service Wednesday Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun- .
7 p.m. Ladles Bible day School 10 a.m.Ron Bristol Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning ship 7 p.m.Tuesday .
Class 11 Church Worship 11 a.m. Young Peo- Prayer Meeting 730! .. .....
Thursday a.m. Superintendent. Training Union, C IYL.N.I.N. I'
._,,_ ..NIIV1'1)''
t.f$135 59 H ..
located one block west on SR 6:45. Lowell Douglas. DI- .ple.'s Service..6.p.m. Evangelistic -, .p-u. Wit "Hl.| "
16. rector. Worship Services 11 a. Service 7 p.m. Wednesday -Rev. W.B. Chauncey pastor BAG _IIp.....t.INN." '...I9.".. IIY.N NIi

-J.Pll. Bell minister m.. 7:30. Midweek Prayer Ser- Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. i ; or,.utiiiriaiytxcivtU ,'/ 1 "/,
vice, 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw music Come and worship with us. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH .S.01. FOOD STAMP
PINEHtLL CONGREGATIONAL director. -Rev.._,. r.Bobby" Harris.' pastor- '." Sunday :Service Sunday School ,,'.. (OUPJNSSWEET
METHODIST CIIURCII A T (tIIVJtgJ.: $:45 a.m. Morning Worship DONE LESS':>Q'ay"> Wf't' 1.I.fLORlD.t; RADE 'A'FRESH ...1' "
_Sunday School 10 aro. Morn- ".1" A1'EICBi9IhY1! ,I..,. i\ I/b/ "'- "lOMWr.W EventnjrSefvTcDft:15: ,
1It jj'ROUND'
jig; Worship U a.m. Youth Service f p.m. Youth Group Meeting Sun- '
Sunday School 10 a.m. I1RGIA
6 p.m. Evening Worship, FREE 6:30 'I ;
Worship, 11 Training Union day, pjn. ;
ing ;
Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday usSTEAK
7:30 pjn. Rev. L.L. Grlftts 8. Wed- -J.C.. Brown, minister
7 Evening
School 9:30: Morning Worship :
Hard, pastor. ;
11; League 4 p.m. Night Ser nesday Prayer Meeting, 7:30.: i
Rev. Leon T. Odom Jr.,pas
GRACE BAPTISTCHURCII.STARKE vice. 6 p.m.Rev Jasper Wil Ralford Road & Weldon St.
Hams, pastor.
Sunday School !10 a.m. Morning -

Sunday Worship School at 10 11.a.m.Training MornIng Worship LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH LAWTEY OF FLA.GOD, 7 p.m.Worship Thursday 11. Sunday night Evening, 7:30: w i /Nun": ,. C 1 .4-fFesh :c (

Union 6:30 pjn. Evening CHURCH Schedule of services: Sunday -Charles Thomas pastorST. Irmm $125 33 i 1 19'
7:30. Wednesday Prayer IIKrlct' I WHOLE -
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng School 10 a.m. Morning Wor- LB'
Meeting 7:30Rev.: Leon Service MARY'S CATHOLIC .ri I 2 PER BAG LBn
at II. Evangelistic
T. Odom Jr., pastor Worship II; a.m. Evening ship .
K Worship 7:30 pjnj. Wednesday 6 pjn. YPE and Prayer CHURCH MACCLENNY
AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Everyone welcome.; Meeting each Wednesday, 7:30: Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy EwnrbayiowPrkc

r Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Rev. Robert (laisten, pastor p.m. -- Rev. Daisy KIght, pas Day Mass 5:30: p.m.NORTHSIDE ;; iNTii -.icttt'V.' .,- -. -
Worship 11 am: Evening ,DANDI b 1!

7p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng Juno 130.. Sunday CHURCH. STARKE Intersection of Highways 16 BEEF SALADS
Sunday (North) and 223. Rev. Wayne OMIU .*u
:" every Monday 7 p.m. Mo.-ning Worship Father James Cregan pastor
I G..... Prevatt, pastor. Everyone School at II Church: ; ''Training 6:15: ; Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday Wells pastor ; .
welcome. WMU; Prayer "Circle, 7:15: ; Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day,Mass Sunday School, 9:45; Morning .
7 p.m. Service at 11. Evening Service, _
T evening Worship:7:30.: 6 7:30. Wednesday Service 7:30
Confessions Saturday :

j; CHURCH Tuesday.Pt'atyerGroup\ 9:30: p.m.School of Relgion: P.m. OAKBURNE ,rrrlrflr. { PACIFIC ISLE m"", FAVORITE Wit,,,
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. ajn. Grade School Sunday 11 CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH '""Ill! i 1111'11
./ Morning Worship 11 a.m. WednesdayPrayer' '
Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Meeting 7:30: ;' Adult Choir a.m. to 12 noon. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng CHARCOAL i CRUSHED
High School -- Sunday 7p.m. Worship 11. Training Union: ;, i
Thursday night Prayer MeetIng Practice 8:30: p.m,_ 6:30.: Evening Worship. 7:30.: DOG FO D
7:30 p.m. _Denton SwryralJ),pastor.: Pastor PINEAPPLE

David Hodges Pastor Rev.Jim Black BRIQUETS 15.5oz CANS

LONG! BRIDGE CHURCH: 20 88C 5ft1I4129c
week long revival begins BAG
.m r Sunday July 30 at Long Bridge
1iou. Baptists Church on SR100
x+ .
west of Starke Co EvcrYDayUrwPrkeiJi.P
t' iv 1 Services will continue through '
a Friday, August 4, Lunch :"* > lrJVI *. ..CQUN.f ,

will be served at noon Sunday. California CALIFORNIA LUZIANNE i

Everyone Is Invited.. 1 r I
Pastor of the Church is Rev. TEA BAGS
Robert Hasten.


We wish to thank COMPARE ai": 1 GOLD KIST FRIED I tunar.
IT'S "A DOLLAR our many ," KING SIZE
friends for their kind expressIons Scouring Sponges aanN ....- 2I49i/

i IS A DOLLAR EARNED"! us In of the sympathy loss of our extended husbandand to Scotch Card I. .' $1" 1 CHICKEN! BREAD

L. C.
father Casque. We
i But penny saved or dollar saved, there's appreciate your wonderful Pantry Pride Spray Starch. .. 29(1 roe UINI' unuut ia.1 TWO qua TWO I

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I' Hilites/ By Unda Wharton Opposition Seen

: Keystone ,. Phone" 473-4648.473.4907or

WOMEN'S, GOLF ASSOCIATION. dent Affairs Graduates from Is very rested and fa feeling !!i

Flay began at 8:30: a.m. at this area were: David L. Mc- much better. Strong gainst
tile Keystone Golf and Coun- KnIght, Thomas Gregory Rt- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wharton
try Club for the ladles with herd Jim Hall Shuford and were guests of be( Charles
zee Tolles coming in first Nancy Lee Struttu all Starke; Riders at the Alhambra Dinner '
SII 'Dwyer second and a tie Paul George Johnson. Key. Theatre July 22. It was a Geneva R
for third between'Vonclle Ketch tone Heights! and Curtis Tracy most delightful play and was 4,' ....- :: zoning:
and Mae Henderson.. West, Jr.. Florahome. Con- enjoyed by all. if': ,. ,
This seemed to be the day Wild Life Officer J.C. Hub a I
for ties as Mildred Sutton and Mae Dana Hayes, bride elect ner of Keystone Club Estates ry.....',' Strong oppositionto 7,500 .qHifb;, If certain conditions on June 15 at the municipal
Grace Hacker tied with puttsat of Jeff Batts was honored witha has returned home after two e are met, and would also -
building. Dr. P.K. Par-
32. The "chlp-ln-pot" is bridal luncheon at Silver weeks duty at. the Democratic .. the proposed permit,,mobile homes. They
sons elected
building up with $7.90 at the Springs Shores, Ocala July 18, Convention In Miami Beach. ', .,.. change in zoningof view the proposed change toRA the was and B.F.chairman of
present. This will be dividedup by Mts.WNancy Kendrick and Mrs. Hubner and children Sean zoning as an effort to exclude group Mizeu.Jr.,
at the end of the summer ck. Guests and Jennifer, spent two weeksIn property around any additional mobile homes In secretary-treasurer. They arerepresented
to the lucky winners. attending were Mrs. Robert Cocoa Beach with her parents Lake Geneva from A the areaalthough those already Prevatt. Jr.RepresentaUves. by attorney Myron ;

Hayes, Mrs. Lois Walker Mrs.: while her husband was away. (Agricultural) to RA there 'would not be affected. of this
Ernest McLean. Miss Christie Miss Beth RuUedge. daughter At a meeting of those seeking met group
TWILIGHT TOURNAMENT Head. Miss Kerry Shackleford of Mr. and Mrs. R.H. RuUedge i (Residential, on 20- the change' to RA toning held Charles Tuesday Newman night at the homeof

Jimmy and Joe WUdt, father Mrs. Don Shackleford of Key of Lake Geneva, was honored 4 000 sq. ft. lot, and Geneva to their of on Lake
and son,,. are In the lead In tone. Also attending were Miss with a bridal shower by Mrs for the August map strategy
the' Twilight tournament with Ruth Hawkins Green Cove Richard Murrhee and Mrs. excluding mobile As 3 hearing.
Voncll Ketch and Mae llen- Mrs. C. L. Dinklns. and Mrs. Paul Tyre. It was held at the homes) is expected to required,! the'by the zoning ordinance -
Zoning Com-
derson running close second. Joy Stunner Ocala and Mrs. home of Mrs. Murrhee on Lake mission has
Lucille and Ray. Starnes came J. F. DeLoach, grandmother Geneva. be heard on August notified all properly

In for Udrd.DUPLICATE. of the bride. Unable to attend Miss Diane Parades daughterof 3 when the issue ter of owners the August concerned 3 by let-
were Mrs. Margaret Howe Mr. and Mrs. Gil Parades comes before the c hearing.
BRIDGE grandmother of the .groom enjoyed a linen shower given TJ4.
WINNERS Mrs. Janice Batts mother of by Mrs. John Hurner Mrs. Clay County Zoning
Winners for Tuesday, July the groom and Mrs. Jim Chessington. Moore and Mrs.Eddie Cardenas <. -:. }. Commission.The NotesBy
18, at the Melrose Woman's at the home of Mrs. Hurner. .'.... \t',1' ; News

Club were: First, Mrs. Roland We are sorry to learn that Diane received many. beautifuland r-.. f., .- .. l hearing will be held at R I
Bryan and Mrs. C. V. Mrs. Thelma Wallace has useful gifts. ;Japh. 8 p.m. In the assembly room I ,. t Helen Egan
horn; Second Mrs. Paley moved to Jacksonville. She will A surprise shower was given of the Clay County Courthouse ) ,
Rnvd and Mrs. John Strawn; be missed by everyone but Miss Beth Rutledge at the homeof Dana Sue Hayes Weds Jeffrey Halts annex In Green Cove Springs. ,?InSteven
Third. Mrs. W. J. Grollck and mostly her golfing buddies. her grandmother Mrs. F.H. The annex Is located next to AARP MEETINGThe
Mrs. F. T. Plague/ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hgen Rutiedge by Miss Cindy Bell the Health Department building Parades Melrose Community
A, tie for fourth place was and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mick and Miss Cheyrl Perry. Mrs. Miss Dana Sue Hayes, daughter ceptlon/ was held at the Keystone on Highway 16. Chapter 1118 of AARP held Its
held by Mrs. T. 0. Fearn.ter. .- Jr. have returned after aweek- George Payne served refreshments of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Heights Woman's' Club. Misses Fred Ellis, one 'of the opponents Para 1esOutstanding July 20 covered dish luncheon
Mrs. Ray Starnes and Miss end fishing trip In Clearwater. and many of Beth'a classmates Hayes of Keystone Heights, and Jo AM Benson and Diana Nail of the proposed zoning mnotlne In the Episcopal ParIsh
Ivarlllllyer and her partner Mr. and Mrs. George Mas were present Jeffrey Lee Batts. son of Mrs. presided at the punch table, and change said this week that House. Rev. Jerry Milton,
Mrs. R. P. Vogh.PERSONALS sa have returned home froma Mrs. Stella Ouslaiy from Janice H. Bates also of Keystone Jean Kendrick of Ocala, and petitions containing more than pastor of tllam Baptist Church
7 day trip. Mr. Massa attended Chester Perm arrived this Heights, and the late JohnL. aunt of the bride, cut the wed- 200 signatures will be presented offered grace.Following .
week for a visit with her daughter Batts, were united in ding cake. at the hearing from the opposing a luncheon with
Miss Melanie Homer has Term, a school In Catllnburg. and family Mrs. Joy Roberts marriage Friday evening, July Alter a wedding trip In the group. Ho said they expected Pei onality some 65 members and visitors -
Just returned from a months for three days and they of Lake brooklyn. Mrs. 21, at 7 o'clock In St. William's Mountains of North Carolina and to have signatures froma attending, the meeting was
vacation in Fremont, Calif through Atlanta where Roberta will be going Into the Catholic Church. Tennessee, the couple will reside called to order by PresidentR.
where she visited her aunt and they visited the undergroundand hospital for a tows days observation Decorating the church were In Tallahassee.The majority of the proper!,' By, Linda Wharton Simmons.. Friendship
uncle Mr, and Mrs. A. M. In various points of Interest and her mother will be yellow and orange fUmo gladioli bride and groom both graduated owners around (the lake In time name tags were worn by all
Fernandez and cousins, Ricky the mountains. They reported keeping her children. After Joy with daisies and greeneryas from Keystone Heights for the hearing. He also said Keystone Heights is proud to members and visitors,and Program
and Lynn. She reported a most a very cool and enjoyable is released they plan a trip to standards. Four candelabra High School and attended St. that an attorney had been retained recognize another of our fine' Chairman Murray Slp-
enjoyable time vacation.Mr. Pompano Beach where they will held lighted tapers, and flowers Johns Rivers Junior' College to represent the groupat young people-) .Steven Parades, prelle (Vice President) welcomed
Misses Jeanino Wilcox Cher- and Mrs. Frank Brown vlst Mr. and Mrs. Edmond were used us pew makers. Mr. Batts Is now serving In the the hearing.If who has. accomplished much In the nine new memberswho
yl and Cindy Fowler, Tippy and children twins Dorothy and Ouslany. Father Edward Kirby performed Army Reserves, and will be a any chango Is made, this his 23 years and will contribute Joined that day. Treasurer -
Naples Caroline Jordan and Natalie son, Steven and baby Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wharton the ceremony, and Mrs. Student at Florida State University group favors rezoning frum Agricultural much toil/.our society In the Christine Crawford reported -
Pam Ogden have returned froma were weekend guests of Kathy and Laurie and Pattie E.A. Lamm organist, presented majoring In crlmlnolagy.: to HC, which would future." .' that the membership now
week at the A C A Acadamy Mrs. Brown's parents Mr. and Mizell enjoyed the Indian Pageant a program a nuptial music.. permit use of Iota as small as Steven lived In Rosedale Now Is 128.
In Leesburg. These girls are Mrs. H.L. Ownby. Mrs. Brown at Camp Immokalee The bride was given In marriage York with his mother,and graduated A unanimous vote was given
the 'cheerleaders for the Key is formally Dot Ownby and they Thursday night. It was very by her parents. She wove fifth ink class of 140 from the agenda presented by
stone Heights High School and now reside In Orange Park. Impressive with all the campersand a gown of silk organza over St. Johns'Preparatory School In President Simmons. Both Secretary
we will be looking forward to Mrs. Don Gottlob.CCindy Ob- staff dressed as Indians. taffeta, with Bishop sleeves f New Yorkln: 1967. lie was a Ed Longnecker's and
some new cheers at the ball ermark) has Just returned from You would have thought the trimmed in lace and pearls. A member i of,the National Honor Treasure's reports were ac
games next fall. a trip to her home town In St, Tlmaquana's had taken over the train was attached from the Society and worked the school cepted.
Miss Patricia Parrish from Louis Mo. Her daughter Lake of Bass again. waist, and she wore a long man- paper August.' 1907\) Steven Several appointed committeeswere
Appalachtcola Is a guest of her Tracy has been visiting relatives Mae Peterson and her children til la, trimmed in lace and moved to Lake Geneva where he set up, all on a voluntary
aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. there for the past month Julie and Chris, arrived for pearls. now resides with his father, Mr. bails; and President Simmons
M. II. Homer on Lakevlew and she returned with her a few weeks visit with her For the ceremony the bride Gil Parades. received loyal support. AAHP-
Drive, for several weeks. mother. Cindy reported a great parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jim' carried her great-grand- Stevenenrolled, In the Schoolof NRTA (National Retired Teachers
Forty-eight; students were time visiting with relatives and Chessington. Mae's husband mother's pryer book. Pharmacy\ at the Universityof Assn.) offers several Insurance -

graduated from St. Johns River friends.Mrs. W.D. DeWitt Jim will Join them around the MIll Kerry Shackleford was 1 Florl 'which is a five year programs; and as Mrs.
Junior College at the end has returned first of August. Also visiting maid of honor and bridesmaids t J.. r program. .t He has been on the Wtllete Vogh a NRTiAARPmember.
of term ID-A according to home after a brief stay the Chessingtons Is Mr. and .were Misses Nora Pierson 7 Deans List. t and maintains a 3.0 volunteered to assist
C. L. Overturf dean of Stu inside .Alachua., General HosioX*. Mn. Bob Hansen and-their **>Christy Head, Ruth Hawkins, average. In the establishing of an insurance
tal for testa. I understand she daughter. Jane. Nance Dinklns, and Marvel In the fall''br 1970, Steven,'was committee. As a pol-

Jim and Fee Greek have In a tragic accident which took icy holder she highly recom-
moved Into their new homeon Trammel All of the attend the life of his brother Ricky, mended the various phases offered
Lake View Drive and ants wore empire dresses and seriously Injured Steven. by AARP.
; :;;;,...".aF..IVMN+1P"'I'! .r'''.bmV getting settTAV-They. haVe11*u o ..,erepe radiance ,with floral He spent several months In the i President ..Summons

I. K ,1u 4' School In fall. ; SlUWJiPnEiinBrTV! In.-all his tt4: -&MAIW! for'''

KEYSTONE '.--MEI.ROSE' ; *are.Steven, ta yrthe Ru*>:-,,; .'5..In and their yellow.hair,,They and carried wore daisies baskets 'Members;; of 'th'. Flying "clash"in'the' KH Rotary exams classes at but the had end he of not the taken quarter the, 'Membership Recruitment. As

sell eleven and David,fourteen. of baby's breath daisies Club's summer iwlm program. he would have gone down toaC. (Cont. To Next Page)
iUSIHESS DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S Sympathy Is extended to the and greenery Through Steven's determination
family of Mrs. W.C. Byran of Little Miss Lisa Bayless was
Garden Street on her death flower Girl wearing a solid 54 Graduate 'to remain In high average college. For recreation Steven -
July 19.Mrs. floral print dress In orange and bracket his father look him In a enjoys playing the piano and
J.G. DeLoach Ocala and yellow. wheel chair for his exams and Is an accomplished accordl-
SUPPLIES IIARmVARE. ARDEN Mrs. Racheal Chapman Orlando Ushers were Bobby Hayes, Steven came,out with A's. This ani.t.
grandmother. of the Gary Lelno, Mickey Brokas, From Rotary gave him. a,..0 average for that This young man Is to be com
SLIMS e HARDWARE bride. Miss Dana Hayes, were Woody Mason and Jimmy Wlldt. quarter, DI mended for his ambition
t(fcg y in town for the weekend wedding Steveni-triM to go back to ability, and potential on becoming -
AND Other relatives and friends of Mike Murrhee served Mr. a fine citizen
school In 'the summer but was super in
I Fish -W- Stuff'i Dana's here were Mr. and Mrs. Batts as best man the ring Swim Program unable W'Contlnue' as be was our community.
Live Bait GARDEN CENTER Tom Mayo Atlanta; Mr. and bearer was Brad Bayl.... on crutches! When he was well
i A complete line of Mrs. Hal DeLoach Lakeland Following the r
Hdw.. ; ceremony a re- and able Steven carried 18
j Crickots-SMnnon-Worm .. .. Mr. and Mrs. B.W. Kendrick; hours fori two quarters and is
Minnows 111 II Ire::; Mr. and Mrs. G.M. Morris, The Keystone Heights Rotary Barnwell water front director
Merritt 16 hours having
Grossberg carrying. ,
Sylvester now
1 Club concluded Its 22nd annual and also a member of the Interact ;
TACKLE-RODS-REELS Plumbing X I'lcctrlcal I: Jfiro'lono Ocala; Mrs. Joyce Stunner, Ocala Island Mr. and Mrs. Robert swim program Friday July 21, Club In Jacksonville crammed, three years Into two,
and Mr. and Mrs. O.L.
; Holiday Fku, Mrs. maldnir up, for lost time. He
McMven. )
FISHING & HUNTING ; fertilizersInsecticides with a second fish fry and Dennis Fletcher camp director -
Moody of Zephrhllls. John Peterson and Mr. Jim has attended ,,classes straight ,t
1 awards was also on hand for the
program ,
Kenny Thompson Collier both of Houston,Texas through since,September, commuting /
TION ICE Hwy 21 N. 230:> yds From Keystone for two weeks leave This program began 22 yearsago two week period for Instruction I'I. __ .
He la
Miss Emma Matthews of Erie, f every!day now ., 11> ::
with the thought > givLi as well as life guarding. -. ,-
his Terri and her
'Xoysiono; visiting wife. Pa. Mrs. Warren & and
Hgtt. 473-4357 Baits Interning rain Pharmacy
tia: o I im.7ii.IV t service which Other Instructors from camp
sKeystoH. Edwin
the Bennetts.
o family daughter Terri, Columbia,S.C. Hum- hopes to be accepted Medical i
473-3663 would benefit everyone In this were Jan Torgenson, Bob
has finished his basic
FURNITURE.GIFTSLake training\ and will to Ft Ben- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Starnes enJoyed -..... The fish frys were started page Jim Austin. Mrs. Dick School upon his graduation.
THLEVISIOM-AIR) CDND nlng: for Jump school.go trip to Tallahassee for a to defray, the cost of the Durbin of !Keystone, a qualified Asked why he chose Pharmacyas S.E. MCKAY
Geneva Mrs. Margaret Howe's son few days, combining businessand swimming lessons which have Red Cross Instructor, donated his field of preparatory REALTOR
TV Service Center and daughter-in-law Mr. and pleasure. been conducted by YMC A members her time and energy to study, he'said:

Furniture 1 Mrs.; George Howe of Bradford, the Micky weekend Brokas and was attended home for theHayes at Camp Immokalee. work with the YMCA In this "I have always liked the field I Kvyttono.ril*. 473.4816
QOVWM Pa. are visltiiw her for a few Through the years 3,100 children program along with Pattie of medlcla and pharmacy Is
and Batts wedding.
Gift & Candle days and attended the -Hayes and adults have participated cM Glave, who will be a counselor closely'related. If I am not
Shop Sympathy Is extended to the HOMESACREAGESRENTALS
TV STERO In this program. The fish during the girls session
and Batta wedding July 21. accepted Into Medical School
r family of W.O.. Preston Melrose
CAR AND PORTABLE House guests of Mrs. Elizabeth who try. have grown from serving at camp. I would have a profession to
passed away July i mere four hundred to .rvRotary Annes Sharon Morgan
i EXQt ISITK: GIFTS TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAL Crossberg for the week- fall back on"
end of July 21 are Mr. and Mrs. 17.Jim Fox having ing thousands. and Natalie Stelnmetz. chair In Steven's spare time, whichIs Mr.. IIIpll..IIMPn 471-4740
recently received
Furniture For ANDRESIDENTIAL This year there were a toman and co-chairman: of the with his 3- thrn.inKton471.4A74
Every very } works t1.
his real estate licence tal of 54 children completing teaching assistants did a fine ratheir KoMlnor. 471-1041
Tast. father business to P .ch.l Cn 47.1-4051
And Purse will be affiliated with the John
Me of the four phases of Injob In lining the women
1 I'rirr l. KJl>f'Insure" up
nr help support-his through
Soo Our Candle :display: AIR CONDITIONING Merrill office In Gainesville.Gen. struction which were Minnows, who have given their time and ..,' way
100 SM.KSi.: ::: SKKXICKixKtSTONK : : your home'sGood Phil Kramer la In the Fish Flying Fish and Shark talents In assisting the In-
Hwy. E. Lake Gonova
: () : HEIGHTS47M6SI: Naval Hospital Jacksonville. with approximately 180 regis structors. Pat Rabb,Nora John "
1 MI. East ol We wish him
Keystone Hjt/ a speedy recoveryand tered. son, Madeline Crosier, Sue Sander -
\ "" : I Looks, hope he will be able to ream Stanley Barnwell stated that .. Sylvia Sanders.Susan Edwards ""
REAL ESTATE: MOBILE: HOME. home soon. the requirements of these four ", ,. Gwen Cueterman*Ann "
Mrs. Marian Barker Is pre- phases has Increased this year Harris Brenda Ollphant. Kathy h
Richard T. Lovorn Want to sell jour :Mobile sently In the Alachua Hospital over the past. Wharton, Marge Honschel

t I Home?? If iou have a buyer In Gainesville following sur- The Safety Crew from Clay Pattie Mizell Sandi Eklund. \.
Rci?. Real Estate Broker :Mobile Homo Brokers will jery.Mr.. Electric, which consisted of Paula Fort and Ann McLean
arrange ALL financing/ and and Mrs. W:J. Crollck Walter King. Ed Bennett, and were presented trophys from
Insurance details for a brokerage spent the weekend of the 15th Marshall Donaldson provided"ResuscitationAnnie" the Rotary Club for a Job well AI
LAKE PKOPERTII fee of 101:of the selling 117 with her sister and her husband,, for the :done.

RESIDENTIAL =< price. For more Informationcall Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Kldd purpose of demonstrating mouth Mrs. Thomas Gregory Mrs. 3 f
'. .' MOORGARD In Jacksonville. to mouth resuscitation. Each George Wheeler, Mrs. Robert
BUSINESS ACREAGE MOBILE HOME BROKERSRT. Mrs. Foster Howell enjoy. child In the program was given Lappe and Mrs Dan Dodd were -
APPRAISALS 1 BOX 350 J Low Lustre Latex House Paint Ing a visit from Mr. and Mrs. the opportunity to learn this also recognized for their fine
Robert Howell. method. supervision on the beach. "
Keystone Hgti..- 473.3254 MELROSE FLORIDA 32666 Owe coat for Misses Kathy and Laurie The Keystone Heights VolunTho. complelng: and re- \
I PHONE 475-1751 longttrtnbeauty Wharton. Pattie )Mlzell Pattie teer Fire Dept was thanked for celvuig badges from the Minnows Drive;Iin and Bank
Edna Knoppor; At..c. and Mclean Melanie Homer. Pattie their cooperation In providing Class Is as follows: Clint e .
473-4111 McClave. Diane Howard:l and the ambulance and qualified Blankenship. Ellen Smith Ma-

protertionUt. councelors: from lamp un- first aid personnel for the two sic White Murry Edwards, 'r. With Speed and Ease!
Martha Durbin, Au... ttnchIniUm mokalee enjoyed anoldfa.hIon- .week period Tracy, Caulley Sharon Pleten- .I"
473.3362 ......a ....-- ed hay ride and weiner roast Camp Immokalee YMCA 10ski.. Theresa )kppel.; Debbie
LEONARD'SOUTBOARD .n trhnl w dewS under the supervision of Calvin cated on Lake Brooklyn provided
,- I"MI* b..a-l.yM.- and My Marshall, unit director most of the Instructors, '19av. tin and trouble by taking'
BEAUTY SHOP e....u.u.urn... ..,N M d..M,. of camp Saturday night. under the direction of StanleyDnijgIt (Co nt. To Next Page)
SHOP -rotot**l a.*paW .advantage of our drive-in. banking
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t.Iw.IY..11wMoo" -- -- -
Nell'sDBa"ty BARBARA .er.ke. Just drive in and let
BILL y oar
Style- hof $8.55 lVI e I
re_ GAUMMi BRACEWTLL.OWNERS tri....,., courteous) lepers serve .you

"for Jloveli.r tll&IIE& UzU-MTUwIH"A1. i t., Zl' ? quIc IT and efficiently Try It IIUUId.

Johnson Motors f fWE'RE "'tToG'D be **m'm
glad did.r
you"Pnen.475.2211 HIGHWAY 21 NEXT TO BELL'S PACKAGE STORE CALL 478-253 : yet
i ;Aaetl1 CIIfm t j '
Between Keystan.o-: CHECKMATE BOATS rug OPEN-PIT BAR-B-QUE I '
HeIghfsc: eyst.n. Heights, Fla..l'1I .
Koystono. Heights, Flo PORK RIBS. BEEF OR CHICKEN t .it
Mel,... I'rs..tI7 Bank In Your Friendly

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54 Graduate.. A .

Hazen(From, Scott Preceding Bannon Page, Annette) NEWS l ABOUTSERVICE l cLA l sstFtE- *19 I

Stewart, Stephen Creek Clara MEN
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I Tedder. n'm --- ---- ''n on
Completing Fish were: Delr- LA '
dre Durbln Chris Wheeler TRACTOR TRAILER WE GIVE SERVICE-. vt

Charles Mlzell, Alecfo Abies CLASSIFIED AD RATES TRAINEES NEEDED IN STARKE I results. lt! List your proper'**for
Hobby SchoiBo. Sharon Watrath Deadline for Insertion Monday You can now train to becomean SAVEThoMtUong Auto I .ale with us. Call today._
Dvorak and I Paul Stein- 1.tcJ"Pon. *. BILL POWELL, BROKERS
Beth 5 p. m. preceding Thursday over-the-road driver or city Business Opportunity Zoned
metz. before publication. driver Excellent earnings after Commercial Cor. Walnut <. ,? Ceti; 6464 or 964-6810. tf/chg

Flying Fish: C. C. Corey - short training on our truck Brownlee St. w. now handle.air IJ". Repair

Mike Sanders, Randy Baker Minimum Charge $1.75 with our driver Instructors to tickets/ cruises; end fours. MechanicCLYDE
Daniel Reed. Laurie Edwards (Covers 15 'tords) help you.' For application and Frame House 5 bra I bath. United Farm
Beth Walrath Kim Sanders Each word over 15, it Interview call 904-388-4607, living room, din. room kit. We effera ooelal package
Pattt Trlest, Debbie Schelve write school Safety Division ef' Agency, Inc.
or Front and I back porch. Tour; NewDlln.y JOHNS
Santz Lowery, Carl Johnson, MI v All Classified Ads must be United System: Inc Terminal Reg. Real Estat. Broker !
Brian Able Bobby Meadows, r paid for In advance unless Bldg., 1716 McDuff:dve.. Jack- Block Apt. Bldg. with 2 tep-

Michele Dvorak. Cathy Ed- you have established account sonville, Fla., 32205, Approvedfor crate apts. ISO x 150' lot. Call 964.7....' Eaves Paul & Irene Faulkner
wards, Mitzi Edwards Sharon with The Telegraph, in that V. ,A. Benefits. Placement Priced to sell. SALESMAN
Stelnmetz, Kay Blankenshlp, event SOtf extra charge for assistance available. Over 700 TOWN FINANCE CO. Shell 206 S. Water Street

Linda Bedell and Mark A- billing. Not responsible for transportation companies have FOR SALE 3 bedroom blockhome. P.O. Box 2LN. Temole Stark, Fla. 964-50(55(
errors when given over the hired our graduates. Living room, dining & WANT TO SELL Oh
Shark: Chase Morgan, Mark I Mir phone or when copy Is not 2tp720.Due room, kitchen. 7 1/2 acres BUY REAL ESTATE?
Bennett David McLean, Jeff typed; and brought to the office land 4/10 mil out side city FOR SALE-1970 Ford Country Garage
Call U. For Best
Sanders Kenny McLean, Karen sedan station wagon. Excellent Prices
Crosier Mike Moore, Rus- - to new State Law prohibiting limits 913.900. condition. Best offer over $2- 435 E. Madison St. Prospect Waiting tech
sel Greek, David WIlcox Ann l't 4,' sale of crack eggs In stores. 000 takes It. Phone 4681551. Next Door To !
Flnlayson Tammy Broadway .i V' CLASSIFIED DISPLAY We are offering them at reduce BILLPOWELL, BROKER 2tp 7/27
Eddie Meadows, Abby I'eam- rates atourfarm-20
ster and Jeff Leukei. $1.75 inch tilman Egg Farm. State Road 964-646): r.rLr nished cottage. Also I bedroom

Those children not receivIng Airman M. C. 2 inch minimum per $3.50 233-belng Union Primitive Bap 50 40 furnished apartment W. H. I
Bradley -- tilt Church Road from 301 Northat Or acres near Starke. acres Nollman. tfchg.
badges were presented with in 10 SHADY COMFORTABLE AND
good timber acres cleared
--- -- junk yard 5 miles to farm.
ed cards Improvement.stating areas which need Airman Malcolm C. Bradley, From Ralford Road 2 miles \WAYNE DOUGLAS with nice 3 bedroom home ATTRACTIVE: Three large bedrooms NORTH 301 Near Underwood
son of Mr. and Mrs NoonenM two tile baths living,
Memorials Resolutions Proclamations Phone 964-5351. Ztchg 7/27 .
Bradley of Route 3, Starke, Card of 'thanks ASSOCIATE 3 BR frame completely remodeled dining, kitchen, Florida Room Motel 15 acres; 600 feet on
has completed .Mr Force basic very nice Lawtey. Lots of shade and fruit trees. Highway. ,Will' sell all or part
$4.00 Minimum to 50 L'OREAL SHAMPOO in
up : hair Terms. :
News NotesFrom %"-6 9 3 A.j.Thoma'sTRealtor; ;
training at Lackland Air Force You Mild see this one. A.J.
words Each word over 50- color special $2.25 for $1.95at
2 Bedroom Tel:
Base Texas. He has now !been 1 bath. In City Thomas, realtor Tel. 964- UU4-/UJ.
assigned to Ch.inute: AFU Koch's Drugs. 4tp. 8/3.,, I frame on large lot,nice house 9701. tfchg.

( Preceding Page) Illinois for training as .a fireprotection New X II 42Tabets. SOWING MACHINE REPAID!
Reducing Plan
FOR One bedroom
specialist. Airman spin dry Frame Duplex apt., good location AND PARTS- MOUSE CALLS
President Simmons had asked Bradley is a 1971 graduate of $3.00. Money Back portable washer. Very good furnished home 964-5065. lip Good Income property.
Mrs. Helen V. Egan to be chair- Bradford .llgli School.Army : Guarantee. -- Koch Drug condition $75. Stuckey's, IIIway SHOP WQRK

man, the challenge was so great, -- Store. 10 tp. 9/7 301 N. Phone 964-5044. Itp FABRIC SHOPlnStsrkeforaale 5 acres, 660' on paved road ALL,WORK GUARANTEED
that she accepted the chairman- Good opportunity. Phone Live by 330' deep. High, dry. e 16 roSALES
ship. In order to take immediate SpeclallstTommle' : WE NOW HAVE diamond .nee. Oak 362-3533 (after 6 call Coan/ry ,

action, the following mem- Cason Jr., son: of Mrt.: Nancy dies for any mnke or model A' Hole.. .,Li--...Your Roof 362-2073)). 2t/chg--7/27 3 bedroom home in City !1 FIAT
bers who are representative C'usoi; and ThomasB. stereo --Dahmer's r-- bath kitchen living & diningLrea :
Spoclall.t-5 player. Discount Or A1WIIOLE .e ,,,,, H.
of the several areas around
Grant, son of Mr. and Mrs. House. tf/chg
Melrose will have materials George II. Cra.it. all of Route [ The Glass Shop PARTS ,:' .JnIV9ua
for application for membershipin
2, Starke, recently completed: a FOR SALE- Coastal Bale Large house furnished ,SERVICE
(ho AAKP. They are Mr. hay,
14-week automotive repair Out of barn Eet. ,I NEW'fROOF will sleep 15-20 people on COLLECTOR'S ITEMS
Colin 1 D. (Ann, Melrose, (new or out of the field G1W
course at the U.S. Army Ordnance National USED
473-2209):! ) Mrs. Olive Registered Angus Ph River Ocala or- URIC- -BRAG
phone- ; Center and :School at calves. .
(fed,; ) Lorvmockcr, Melrose; Aberdeen Proving Ground, For' .. ","-,; i'' est. HARFRED AUTO \Vi.Mi.. N. of Keystone
Mrs. Ethel II. Welch of the 964-6114 J, B. White, tfchg
Maryland.\ J & J Roofing Co. State Rd. 100
Waldo and Lake Butler area- : AH CARS and TRUCES: GEORGE ROBERTS IMPORTS INC. ,
ACREAGE WANTED Bill Ac Jo Orunofaky Owner
(phone 458-1031) Mrs. Lotta InstalledVhiIeUWaIt ,
Casern entered the Army In Wanted Individual Phone 964-8088 REAL ESTATE
by 4734735.
approximately or
Wadsworth of Hawthorne and 509 E. Phone 4'7).MS3' _
; University
October 1961 and completed Custom Yiny|Auto Tops
500 acres some low land Hiway 301 South
Donald McHao of Lake Geneva PHONE 964-7826 .'
bitstc training at Fort Jackson, would beo.k.State Price and Dig Gainesville 372.4373
S.C. Ala Is a 1962 graduate of crlptlon. Phone 737-6174 or 1017 N. Main G'rill 421 W. MADISON ST.
To become a member of a
Bradford High School
write K. Dlnkla, 5333 Stetson
local AAIII' Chapter, an appli- Grant entered the Army In
Road, Jacksonville Fla. 32207. Lew'sWelding LONG CHAMP
cant must first either be a
January 1964 and completed No Brokers or Agents please COTS FOR SALE Starke Golf
member of the National AARPor basic at Fort Gordon, GH. He 31p 8/3 & Country Club. ready: for MOBILE HOME REPAIRS & Home and Building
!) puy dues of $2 per year is a 1964 graduate of BUS. Shop building on or for Ines nent Service. Guaranteed work. Call ,

per couple or $5 for three FOR SALE:--1963 Chevrolet 1/2 Whl.soerin.9 Pines Motel Lots area approximately 1/2 Olin's Mobile Home Sales. Ph. Materials'
l years. On joining a chapter -- ton pick up truck good con- I acre and larger Paved roads 964-5606. tfchg LAKE 'GENEVAMOBUi '
the annual dues are $1 per porn dition. Inquire after 5 p.m. US 301 S. Phon. only 3 minutes from town. WE BUILD -

son.A. Cadal David A. Salazar, son 984-8869. lip .call'964-7701. 8 a.m. to 5 p.nu. SECRET. ? Lost Water HOME "
letter 964-82-52 Your Plane Or Ours
was o 1\h'4. Dorothy Salazar of trc..
Weight body bloat, pufflness
read with from National Your Lot Or Ou..."
greetings -
Route 2. Starke '
UTILITY TRAILERS etc. X-Pel Water Pills, only
on receiving application practical work in military lead FOR SALE- Couple or small CUSTOM BUILT $3 or Money Back Refund. -- 12' AND 24' WIDES FREE ESTIMATES
for charter. 'I his Is
a now
at the
ership AimvRO'i'C
advanced Koch' Drug Store lOtp- 8/17
family Four Room Frame PHONE 4734320ON : Ri.mndeling Kepaiis;
being processed and the Mel- summer camp at fort GAS AND ELECTRIC CARL BEGGS :
rose Community Chapter; was dwelling, city; utilities paves Addition.lIomu .
Bragg N.C. lie is a student WELDING I BRAZING KOIITfi'100Keyntone ,;
street close in. Cheap; for FOR RENT12 wide Mobile
given the number 1118. After at the University of Florldi.. Gulf Sold
ServiceUsed homes outside city limits. J. B. Heights, '-1.. r
u year of successful operationand and graduated: from: '311". cash A.J. Thomas Realtor SHEET METAL / 'Traded
and White. Ph. 964-6114
tlio Incorporation papers Phone9645701.. TRAILER HITCHES Parts
properly executed: the Char- or 964-8799. If no answer ACREAGE FOR SALE
ter will be forthcoming.An ( CARPETS a fright? Make them INSTALLED THE FINEST SELECTION OF call 964-8874. tfchg LINOLEUM FLOOR covering; 964.6353

arrangement committee a beautiful sight with Blue 6x9 $3.19: 9 x 12 $5.98 '
for chairman,,or Mr. McRae of Lustre Rent USED CARSIn Q J&iJ .... $,,.,Srarke
setting up the tables, for electric sbnm _fP1L : un, -WAWTEOUsedfurnlturv> *.., 121..J9t-"UI!; ; *
U 1 mi ii .. ... I'V ''iUhchoons and'Setting'Hie'extra \ 'fc.k* C if "= nV-T-A; 11I ,AJ. $11 rR'IC"1i'i l wtil ircr.-- rilllW house 1 with eta lot. this whole area frlgerators, washers. -Dah- $ patterns and
chairs, etc, will be A. I P. Ilallmuri"wTio'WHf>r ers Hardware Supplies, Furniture included. Sacrifice mef's Discount House tf/chg color,, Dahmer's Discount
vide brochure of the 24 Hr. Wrecker Service -
programs tfchg.
chaired by- Murray Slpprell. Starke Fla. Phone 964-6163 sale Call 964-8616 after 5p.m. SWEET POTATO vines for
The! hostess committee will be offered. 2tp. USED PARTS sale. I cut them, 94; you cut

chaired by Mrs Ed Longneckerand ANNOUNCEMENTSSenior ItLOST r $ SAVE $ them, $3 per thousand. Leo
five ladles volunteered for Pekinese, reddish Hwy. 301 N, Waldo DeSue, Rt. 2, Box 153-B, phone
Citizens Club of Brad- brown. Very old and needs -
964-6275. Starke 4tp- 7/27.
August 17. beginning in September ford County area meets at 1 attention. Blind In one eye. IM'I Rr.STED IN:' BUUM. OK 468-1998 ler BrownVolkswagen
the Chairman will appoint In the Pratt St. Recrea- FRED DAVIS
p.m. REWARD. Call 964-6937. lip :si-i.i.IMC\ : ;
five ladles from the apliabcUcal tion Hall In Starke on August WATER FRONT LflflS;'

, membership list. 8 and 22. Visitors are Invited. FOR RENT- bedroom trailerIn CONTACT/ BUICK PONTIAC FOR SALE'
{ N. K.:I Florida Director Law- President Joe ,Kerrigan will country furnished or unfur- SEWING:: MACHLVES, cleaned, GMC TRUCKS"A 'On Crosby Lake and CWMby

ere rence He lowbort brought was to guest tins speak-mem- bring to the meetings legislative nished. Call 782-3711. Itp (GKOKGK;,: : KIWF.KTSrtKM. ( $5.oiled Vacuum and adjusted Cleaner: in your repairs home, LITTLE RIDE CAN SAVE ',Lake Canal. >Canal 50- feet, I
action, reports on pro- wide, 8 feet deep) Located on '
bership attention several opportunities grams offered by National FOR SALE1964 Dodge four e : i KSTVTK: : also. AH work guaranteed. -- YOU A LOT" State Road 100. 3 miles West

enjoy such as for travel the group, Disney to Council of Senior Citizens suchas door V8' engine. Good condi- Dennis E. Coggins, phone 431- UGREEN COVE SPRINGS** New' a VHa of Starke Fla. Ideal for vacation I
tion seat covers, good 1428. tfchg. cottage, mobileborne or7rlceiitsrt '
World with special rates and hearing aids glasses, and new PHONE: 4-7826 Sales Service *'
various tripe.President breathing devices available to tires, power steering. 782- \JtIJ I
members. Mr. Kerrigan lives 3082. Itp_ 421 W. MADISON ST. SEWINGMACHINE I MI. North of Tire M.dOAINESVu.LE at$1.295.00. $200
Simmons' first on Silver Lake In the Keystone MOORE'SSUN down and $35.00 month for 34wafts
major programming will be In Heights area. FOR SALE- 1971 KWS 90. Low (8 1/2 % simple.....-

Community Service, and will Onugust 10, the Keystone mileage. Good condition. Call SPORTS e stX> ..
be Implemented as the chapter Heights Fellowship Club will 9648375. Itchg PUMPSNEW Call 964-7701 8.-,.. to 9

progresses in organization.: In hold Its monthly covered dish MOORE BOAT FDR Sales and Service pun.-weekdays. tf

order to convenience out-of- luncheon at 12:30: p.m. in Lions FOR SALE1970 1/2-ton plck- AND USED YOUR MONEY 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand ,-,- ,
town speakers and guests, the Club bldg. Vice President Mlt- UD truck and 1965 Corvette. excellent PFAFF ELNA cleaned at Dahmors Discount -

agenda will be so arrangedthat ta Kersey will preside at the condition. Ph. 964-7955 SALES Stake Ph. 98+&-5791 New Homes fast service tfchgINSURANCE FOR'RENT-' alrcondltionedcottages
the message may follow the meeting. It is desired that many lip PARTS on Klngsley Lake.Call
f luncheon. of the Inactive members will FOR SALEBlack and white SERVICE Complete Outboard AStern WHITE 533-2366 after 6. tfchg

With 14 years of achievementfrom answer the roll tall by pick- Pinto pony, $100. Saddle $-10. Drive Service and $49:50
Deep and Shallow Wells'Water ||
1958-1972 of service to Ing up their new name tags Phone 964-5379. Itp Fiberglass up FOR SALE; 3 year old quarter
Repair. Complete
the retired persons 55 yearsor emblematic of Friendship. Softnors and Parts 8. Repairs on AT REDUCED RATES horse with $100 saddle total
older. National AARP is C WANTEDTermite service FiltersPlumbing Repair. Custom- :$250 Call 964-5240 after 5
Game-Fun will be August FIRE BOAT
day on all other Make Ma ,
towardthe Some qualifications need-
out In front working man. built Fiberglass Fishing tf.
needs and Interests of Its 24. at 1:30: pjn. also in ed. Florida Pest Control SuppliesEXPERT Boat*.. chines.NATIONAL. DOYLE E. CONNER Dim}

members. Reference Is madeto Lions Club building. Ed Rob- Starke. Itchg INSURANCE AGENCY
the efforts of the Association erts is M. C.'and Mrs. Lilly SERVICE ON/
In the 20 per cent IncreaseIn Roberts hostess for the so- FOR SALE1959 6 Cjl. Ford ALL MAKES tchg. MARTIN CAMPER

Social Security benefits.1,990 cial hour with ,refreshments 1/2 ton long wheel base. 964- PHONE 964.1051DURRANCE "ACT XO'.V Join the old- 611 W. UnU. Ave.
members attended National following. 7498. 21p' 8/3 est Toy & Gift Party Plan in I I j U.S. 90 West, Lake City;:

Conference last month In WashIngton August IT:, Melrose Community the Country our 25ti: jear! Gainesville, Florida O.C. Garnet Nursery I Phone 752.3723
where they heard cabi- Chanter of AARP will hold FOR SALEUtility trailer 4 x Commissions up to 30<;. Fan- 378.1355
net Member John A. Volpe discuss the monthly I covered dish lunch- 7 body $50 964-8079. lip PUMP & SUPPLY CO. tastic Hostess. A.virds. Callor Thousands of Plants For: Best Selection Of
proposed solutions to eon at 11:30 a.m. 'dining at Moved write S-\..TVs PAHltES, Fruit Trees. Shade Trees TRAVEL

transportation problems of the noon In the Parish House of MOBILE home and building repairs 5 Blocks North Avon, Conn. 06031.: Telephone Reduce safe & fast with (;0- Evergreens, Camellias, TRAILERS
elderly. Health care Is highon the Episcopal Church. A pro- of all kinds. Also will 864 X. Temple Ave. I (20):; 6-3133.;: ALSO BOOKING Bese Tablets & E-Vap "water 'Azaleas, Roses MINI.HOMES

the agenda of Congress. gram and business session will add awnings, skirtings, patios PV3TXS.: 4tp..7/27. pills" Andrews Drugs. 4tp. 7/ MM la c.n. / plant AnyUaeLANDSCAPING TRUCK CAMPERSAND

Progress .Is the Watchword, follow, presided ovir by President carports and additional rooms. 27. TOPPERSFull
but membership In a Chapter R. F. Simmons of Mel- Call 964-8746 tfchg OLIN MOBILE HOME
is essential to every older per SALES t-. It Ml. S,E. of Stark*. Hwy. 101Flor Line Of Parts And
rose. New members and visitors I
son. Anyone Interested in the are most welcome. PAINTINGExterior, Interior S err ice It Our pal'sM hom ISt-21U Service
Keystone area, may contact the -done carefully! and well for

a reasonable price. Call 964- you buy a mobile home ... Hem

r----------------l 8746. tfchg 'you should consider quality, +
price and service -: Zti1;: SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES

I nnouncing FOR RENT- bedroom nice We give all three and auarr nJl. "- Expondo Rooms & Add IMMEDIATEJOBS
house and furniture. No
pet antee to beat anadvertised '' '
f $75. :Nice place for older couple price. 'L .- On Room

, I THE OPENING 612 Lake St. Starke Ph. Our 12 foot wider start at Free delivery and set up ,
782-3511. 21p 329500.

,i "I OFI FOR SALE10 x 20 Pontoon Hwy. IQfl W ,tr- Stark 964-5606 100 MILE RADIOS AVAILABLECENTRAL

I I boat, Klngsley Lake. Call 533- BANK FINANCING

202;. lip ................... ......... ...,..............,.. .. ..'..".".".".""'. .. NWY 17 North Green Cove STATES PAPER &
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TANNErSI :: x...:i.w.....(:: ::.....;...r..:.,..,....:x:,:::;:;:.':;. .........'''.:.''.'.'.:-.:.''. Tel:
; WANTEDGarden and nursery ; ]3 284.5001.264.7311PUMP.SERVICE BAG COMPANY

I I preferred store manager.,Will train Experience capable ri.i FACTORY HELP NEEDED f IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR PERMA..

: person. Salary open.Apply Florida << NENT STEADY
Pest, 539 E. Call St., AS

Starke. tfchg Owen Joist of Florida, Inc. needs dependably able f WHLS & PUMPS FACTORY MACHINE EMPLOYEES. WE NEED
2 Miles North City Limit NOW DC: STOCKConstruction bodied factory help. No experience necessary. ::;j MAINTENANCE MEN WAREHOUSEAND

On I'.S.' 301 Starke Paper All colors In the rain- i Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits.IF Wells 2" and up SHIPPING EMPLOYEES. AND

bow. Bradford County Tele 24 Hr. service fig! all SERVICE TYPE
3/4" x 60 yards $2.50 Single JOIST # JACO27I PUMPSFfsrido Pen.dha
USED Fl'RNITl'RECome Apply Office
County SOTVIK 1409 Reid
Pimp Street Palatha Florida

: Out And Browse '' Lincoln Road 9914 Blending Blvd. (an.send ..
I I Ir "Surburban"At. L. City Monday through Friday PHONE 264-5630 shs.wnsar uhe ren
r .. taehe Cases black. $23. : TF
7:00: A.M. To 5:00: P.M. _Oran Patk Fla.
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