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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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R department and, perhaps a county

goal the County garbage disposal system Is still being considered -

agreed Tuesday by the Bradford County Commis-
r* rc one mill In
c A jJIt h r property; taxes, sion.

help finance the Enactment of such a tax came in the budget to fund operationof
.11\ Auditor Al under discussion again last the Bradford County Volun-
-SSiIIS ) the commls. .lon Wednesday night near the end teer Fire: Department.Chief .
wage, a limit of a four hour budget preparation -
\ revenue Increases: meeting when Commissioner Harry Green of the
t same time, a need Ralph Bryan suggested volunteers has announced the
of the hos including$' Oof currentfunds department will shut down operations
room lab- October 1 If no funds
X-ray .sections are forthcoming: to pay the vol-
for doctor as the unteers' monthly operating expenses -

This ear l looked the worst but! the driver ana! received, only; 1 "miner Injuries o. in the mishap. near NKiigst.y L.Ihy..r met.BCH audit ihowd ,3Races .,.< which. he has tabbed' "
$4000
passenger .at: ) vev per )eaf.
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-t, 't' ; !" '''' said __ .1 "Walt a minute." Bryan said
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'" .' ",. 'f i '.' about to happen Is
.\ ." I" "! '> '''''T' Set InStarke preparing to adjourn after 11
\ all over the p.m. last Wednesday. "Let's
a new wage put in the $4,010 for the fire
1.D ead 4 Hurt A t Tfaingslev In two weeks at department." lie asked if the
and because of volunteer firemen could oper-
price controls the ate on that amount.
10)F raise Its rates
"They can operate on It, but
"
per cent. That, All three Incumbent councilmen -
H. view. New Jersey received .F.r I'd rather tax (electric) meters -
Larry Ragan. 30. Ocala : makes for an Chairman Nell Tucker, "
was dead-on-arrival at Brad- minor injuries when she stopped $19,000 deficit in veteran One Wiggins and Billy said Chairman George
ford her 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass Roberts who is also a volun-
County lIo.pUallaat Wednesday In the new Noegel nave drawn oppositionin
from injuries receivedin in the right lane and Ragan's I.t started. upcoming\ 1972 off-year teer fireman.
two-car collision on SR-. truck hit the car according election Ifi the City; of Starke. "Maybe the fire departments
18 near Klngsley; Lake., to State Trooper V. E. DIr patient revenue will have at Lawtey, Hampton,and Brooker -
was 805000. he Wiggins con- are no good but they de-
The 'accident occurred half a An occupant in the Larcenecar A six per cent petition from Ernest Allen who serve money Just as much as
mile from the intersection of was Susan Bodner of New be $48,350 but qualified Tuesday for Starke" said Lawtey Commissioner -
., SR-225 'and SR-16 when a car Jersey who escaped withoutap- bad debt .xper- two seat now held by Wiggins Dave Shuford.
stopped in front of his vehicle parent injuries. per cent would Allen Is the owner of the City;
,and the two crashed. Fish and Meat Market and ran "We might as well start on
Mrs. Larcene's car went Into for council last year but was this program" said Chairman
Three other occupants in the the opposite lane and into side Crip- defeated by Vernon Sllcox 877- Roberts. "Let's get a utilitytax ;
1970 Dodge pick-up truck with the ditch where It turned over. rte'L the pay raises to 705 In the run off. Allen also ; It's going to come to It
Ragan received: minor injuries. Damages to the Oldsmobile new mini- has made an unsuccessful bid sooner or later."
They 'were 'Joseph Harrison, were estimated at 1100. Damages Increase In phy- for a seat on the county; commission After much discussion, a
Thomas Cudnette and James to the Dodge truck were .., raises for em- repeat of possible fire depart-
Parnell, all of.Ocala. estimated at$600. making $2 per Wiggins 65. retired this yearas ment funding which had taken
Lar certain ancillary bookkeeper from the local place at several previous meetings -
Phyllis, ell4 of Bejle- Dr. Jorge P. Salazar ofKeystone Medicaid a
ordered an autopsy no Florida State Telephone Com- the board members settled -
will Increase hos a of 50 cents
on charge
In'Starke. Wiggins has
report be given before signingthe .. pany
by some $68- electric meter. The Cityof
per ;
death certificate. served 12 years on the city;
:
m 17u alatt (Qtrierf That makes for council and is the veteran mem- Starke would be excepted
The driver of the car Mrs. over 19000. the ber of the unit in that respect. from the program It was made
Larcene was charged with stopping Nell Tucker Is completinghis clear since it already has fire
on the road.July 8,500 square foot third term on the council: protecUon.
I current rates of and competition frpOD Roberta attempted to poll the
foot for such Jimmy Bowen of Starke In commissioners and he. Shu-
,will cost Group ford and Bryan, a majority;
Larry H. Ragan 30, Ocala was killed near Klngsley Lak. In she pick up $300,000 said Bowen, 38, was elected on said they would go for the 50 I
I' Rains truck above in a two-car accident lost Wednetday. Architect Raymond the council during the 1969- cent charge. Brooker Commissioner -
firm of Moore
70 term and stayed for one Zedra Hamilton said he
Average ,which han term. In 1971 he ran against! wanted to study It further and
:rF : the original hos Kenneth Fuqua and Bill Rosier there was no clear Indication
TEENAGE 7 InchesJuly and the expansion but failed to make the of how Hampton Commissioner
be possible to Eddie AlIen felt.
run-oa.. Bowen Is a local
matching: funds But no real vote was takenat
businessman and auto mech-
F DANCE Zoning Board federal funds, the work session. .
;:: averaged a total of seven but that must be anic.Tucker
Inches of rainfall below Is finishing his second Hamilton, also a director of
Thursday Night. {:.: the 50-year average of 10.87 be an up- year as chairman of the the Clay Electric Co-opatKey-

r inches. hospital's emer- (See Pogo 10)) stone Heights said that company -
August 10
j has approximately 1.500
s lab section, and
8 P.M. t tt Rainfall on Monday averaged Country Music ... Hospital Ad- meters In Bradford County.;
Midnight one Inch while Tuesday'saverage George Canova Florida Power and Light officers -
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was .13 from all three
:: that present faci Shaw Named said Tuesday afternoonthat
Music ByTHE towers. adequate for the FPL has about 1.900 In
t I To f la. BarCommittee the county; a total of 3,400
Last week 1.4166 Inches fell Chickens won a victory If be fish fries, country music sification would built In 1954 both
electric Including
over Bradford County; according only a temporary one last and refreshments but no alcoholic on the property.; enlarged when meters.
and residential
industrial ac-
to the Division of Forestryon Tuesday when the Bradford beverages.At "That's the wing doubling
That would
STYROPHOAMSOLE I SR-100. Zoning Board tabled a request first the board didn't thinkit object" said patient capacity; counts. roughly
net the $1,700permonth,
Sbaw county;
1963. Starke Attorney Gene
New River was the wettest to rezone an area on SR-325 would be necessary to re- it would. Stinson
'of the three towers measuring south of Hampton to permit a zone the property; but Attor- halt a mile from In the medi- has been named vicechairmanof or $20,400 per year.
2.05 Inches of rain with 1.3 country music park. ney Elzle Sanders pointed out country music Is beginning to be the Florida Bar's Commltt- The commission last Wednesday
New. Armory Inches falling last Tuesday. Several poultry farmers protested the zoning code prohibits any Allen who has practice now,hos tee on Uniform State Laws for had no idea about the num-
:: with the music might disturb Industrial or commercial use also spoke \ members pointed the year 1972.73.Chapman ber of meters and was really
Lewis Hill was next of agriculturally zoned property ing. to enticing reaching Into the dark for the
Edward RoadAdmission of 1.7 Inchesof their laying hens. Chickens of the committee
measurement
f a don't mind "good music" said ; unless the use has a direct At the '!. to a facility. will be Orlando Attorney Win- 50-cent figure. It was simplyan
rain. Lewis Hill tower's rain
the board
relation to agriculture. Member Art amount figured
$1.50 one toning board member after ifred J. Sharp.
came during spread out periodof there three
are should not be much for
After much searching the Heights the too any
the meeting "but that kind of "We are looking forward to
Per Perion the week. stuff might' not do them any zoning board hit on a business delay a decision the hospital staff, service on this Impon- consumer. Idea Is also to spread
Santa Fe was the dryest of good." classification CBA) for com- gust meeting. Barry is serious ant committee," said Florida the tax over as broadly as pos
c-: : rUU the three measuring .5 Inches Application for the change In mercial recreation and enter- Allen said he Dr.only J. Dr. H. H. Bar PrestdentWm.Reece Smith sible.
ai went. use the land as P. Salazar Neither had the board approached
which fell Monday morning. zoning was made by County; Jr. In announcing the appoint'
t Sammunttg( This weeks rain brings the Commissioner Eddie Allen who At that point the objections It also came out is :also at the house hos ment. '.As you know committee the power companies
&talr Bank total for the year so far up said he planned to lease the began. One area resident Wil- tog that Alachua ; John Walton a work is the heart of the service about whether they are willing
to 43.1366 inches.No land now zoned for agriculture don Stinson, said he had Just refused to allow ,who program of The Florida to undertake collection of a
fires were reported! last to another party who built a new home In the area the country music hospital 7 m.and to is 7 Bar and your committee service utility; tax for the county.
a, -. T. .-....bees_ v. week but the total fires for this would establish a country mu- and built on SR-325 especially county. p. will benefit the bench, FPL for Instance now paysSee
PJ AIL> _..... year are 47 burning 301 acres sic park such as the one near because it Is an agricultural bar. and; the public of Ftori-
of land. Lawtey. Allen said there would area. He asked If the, BA clair (See Peg. ) ( Pogo 6)) fit ( Page 10)fill" )






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KirklandGrovesWedding Miss UnderhillTo / /// L7r

Party kl; Wed Mr. Baker Searched For

r '- r Entertained; On August 5thMr. Historical SitesMrs.
sw Y f, 4
area
11 Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Kirkland and Mrs. Colley Under DIane Greer a Ms
were hosts at buffet dinner
a
bill announce the approaching tonic cite specialist assignedby
party Saturday evening at the of their Secretary of State Richard
daughter
Holiday Inn for their son,Steve, Dotty to William E. Baker -. Stone was one>a research tour
and his fiancee Miss Becky Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. of Bradford and Union Counties
Groves, following the couple's T William E. Baker Sr. of Lab July 24- August
wedding rehearsal Geneva. Mrs. Greer toured the counties

The' U-shaped dining table The garden wedding and reception In an effort to record all
held an arrangement of lavender of historical architectural
sites
a.y/y will be held at the
pink and yellow gladioli. +. home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne and archaelologlcal Impor
Shasta daisies and carnations, Wynn 1420 W. Pratt street tance.: She already has done research
4Irr flanked by burning tapers In In other neighboring
Saturday, Aug. 5, at 8:30 p.m"The
crystal holders. Down
the length
bride-to-be Is a 1972 counties, such as Putnam and
of the two side tables
was Nassau.
graduate of BUS and Is employed -
a garland of greenery Interspersed ; at the First National "Her assignment! an Important -
with burling tapers In dank In Gainesville. Mr. Baker one, and she la a specialistIn
crystal holders, and daisies. urz this area. Her caliber of
: The Is a 1970 graduate of Keystone O'B t-Norman
twenty-one Included ryan
; guests Heights High School and work Is characteristic of the
1'i the honored couple their i. } y Is employed with the Nutrition Date Is Set thoroughness with which all the
parents and families,and members specialists In our Division of
Lab at the University; of Flo
of t the wedding party. Archives, History and Record
rida. of
Mrs. Bernice O'Bryant
The honor
guests presented "
y Jj r gifts to their attendants during All friends and relatives are Lady Lake announces the engagement Stone Management said. work' Secretary.
the evening. Invited to attend the wedding approaching mar-
"Information obtained from
and reception riage of her daughter Karen
this will provled the
Gall to Herbert LaMarr Norman survey

t tI Karen OBryant The Make Yourself son of Mr. and Mrs. lat state of with Florida's data historic bankof mater sites.+:
Starke.
Herbert E. Norman of
t ro 7 1 Is Honored At Over Clinic A Miss O'Bryant Is also the Sites of major significance will
be selected for nomination
daughter of the late John O'Bry to
Bridal ShowerMiss IY DOlLY REED WAGEMAN.Dinctorr.Th. Jr ant of Lady Lake. the National Register' Stone

\ The wedding will take place added.
,I c Karen O'Bryant whose Fathion Office ] on August 26 at 3 pjrn. In the
i marriage to Lamarr Norman First Baptist Church Starke Col. and Mrs. J.A. Griffin
will be an event of August 26 Qi Dear Dollyi I've been good with a reception In the recrea- returned last Thursday from

at 3 p. m. In the First Bap- ___ .bout doing my daily exerclaea tion hall. a week at their cottage at Lake
tist Church was honored at a / up to now, but the hot weather Miss O'Bryant graduated Kerr. While there they had as
'Vwtti bridal shower last Thursday diacouragea me. Any .u....- from Leesburg High School In guests Mr. and Mrs.W.D.Hicks"'
oIt night given by Mrs. John Shan- tiona 1971 and attended the Universityof ; of Lakeland.,

Jane Anderson Weds wlx-llay barger and at Mrs.the Raymond First Christian Stan- .A.:.Slip and pool Into do Jacuzzi the your nearest daily or bathtub swimming dozen- Mr.Florida Norman last year.Is a 1969 graduate Mrsi; Lex Green and Mr. L.

Corliss In California Church. kLIL* right there! Water resistance of BUS and Is employed H. Jennings attended the San-
Mr. During the party; hours,games : j jDoris actually make. exercise more with the Bradford County; Tax lando Springs Baptist Church
with prizes were enjoyed, followed effective. Assessor's office. Sunday and also visited Rev.
In Sullivan, Thomas Compo, Lon-
The Chapel of the Roses '' by refreshments. The If you have a pool get a All friends and relatives are and Mrs. L.D. Halnes. They
nie and 'Jim Gumm.
Bonlta Calif was the scene Taylor refreshment table was covered small float and let it support Invited to attend the wedding also visited Dr. and Mrs. C.
Kevin Patrick Rauber of San
legswhile
Saturday. July IS, at 5:00 p. m. with a mint green cloth centered your and reception. ,J. Houpt In Orlando.
Diego ring bearer.A use j
of the wedding of Martha Jane was with the punch bowl and you p MRMSBeaBeHMMM HM MMMM B HMaM B fc.
lust the
Anderson and Walter Frank three-tiered wedding cake:: I/I
decorated cakes. SPICKD; COFFKK; .
breast stroke :
Corliss H, both of Chula Vista decorated with white and yellow .
The gift table was covered to the
cross
served to 150 Weds :1 cup* water
Calif. roses was Rebecca Groves DUPLICATE BRIDGE
with a yellow cloth centered pool. Great rti
guests at a buffet reception I Ublmpoon brown auger
Rev. Arthur Hagberg officiated with an of for arm and RESULTSMr. '
arrangement yellow
at the double-ring ceremony at Whispering Trees BonIta red and bronze flowers. Mr. Kirkland In 1st BaptistAt chest mus .# :* cinnamon atlcka
that united the daughter Club in Chula Vista Among the Mrs cle. Now and Mrs. Ed Wainwright 14! Inch Htrlp orange peel
guests was
of Mr.and Mrs.Joseph Lyle Anderson Mrs. Phillip J. Robertson.. Herbert Norman, mother of the Bradford High School In 1971 hang onto the were the winning couple at Duplicate !teanpoon whole allapfee
Jr., of Chula Vista and Mr. H. R. Bashforth and Mrs. prospective bridegroom. a three o'clock wedding and Is now employed at the float with Bridge Tuesday night. I Uhlmpoon" Inntanl coffee

the son of Cmdr. and Mrs. Jim Shelton assisted at the The hostesses presented the ceremony Sunday afternoon In Bradford County; Telegraph. and your kick arms S G.C. Wrenshall and Mrs. Lu- Combine all Ingredients except
Walter F. Corliss of the U. S. reception. Mrs. Mike Cummings honoree with a set of dishesas the First Baptist Church Doris Mr. Kirkland graduated from way across your the pool. Use a cile Davie were second and coffee in anucqnun; heat to

Naval Communications stationin served the wedding cake. a memento of the occasion. Rebecca Groves became the BUS in 1970 and Is employedat flutter kick one time and a Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton and liquid boiling.over Strain'mixture coffee and stir; pour until
Yokosuka Japan. Barbara Bashforth kept the bride of Steve Kirkland. Rev. Winn-Dixie store In Starke. scissors kick the next to use Mrs. Harry Mooty; were third. coffee la dluolved. Serv. In
The bride Is the granddaughter bride's book. Norman Redding chaplain at every area of the leg. demilance or othfr smnll cups.I _
Bar- The bride graduated from the Florida State Prison, performed -
James M.
of Mrs. Luncheon
BonIta Vista High School In Given the double-ring cere1mony. '
and J. L.
ron' Jr. of Starke
"" of Jacksonville. 1970 and attended San Pteg** For rley .
-Anderson, Sr. '\ j .: ?
."' Traditional-.wedding music State e'iiyMcalthetaW.' n elect The bride 1s thjMaughter\ or1"1
Wloyed as \ "Dr 1,*-*
was played during 'the' ceretfmany. \ rf MWanaMrta!Edward proves, t I
assistant.groom: a 1998 '
Sheila Styrwt; of Chula and the groom Is the son of.*
Vista sang several selections.: graduate of Princess Anne High Miss Carol Darley was honor Mr. and Mrs. A. W. KIrkland
The fitted lace bodice of the School Virginia Beach Va. ed at a bridal luncheon Tuesdayof all of Starke.Highlighting.
bride's satin a-la-mode and attended Old Dominion University last week given by Mrs.Mar-
silk thread sheer gown featured ; In Norfolk Va. He I. stationed lon Payne and Mrs. Carl Hurst the altar were '
a scalloped portrait neckha. with the Naval Communications at the home of the latter on two pedestal baskets holding I I I
.. The A-llne skirt detailedin station at Imperial Searing Street. white gladioli and mums against
Alencon lace, flowed Into a Beach Ca1ifrFollowing .. Guests were seated In the dining a background of palms and
chapel length train. Her elbow ar wedding trip to room where the\,table was branched candelabra with burnIng -
length French bridal Illusion Acapulco and Mexico City, the covered with an avacado lace white tapers.
veil fell from a headpiece of newlyweda are living in Chula cloth and centered with a pink Paul Faulkner organist, and

Alencon lace and baby seed Vista. arrangement of assorted blossoms. Carol Hardy, soloist presented 1 i I While, Inventory
pearls. She carried a bouquet At each end of the table a program of nuptial mu-

of white sweetheart roses,mint was a large tissue bride doll sic.Randall i i Lasts
green brew, stephanottsand Little WomenSponsor"Donce and wedding bell. Individual Zlpperer served as
baby's place cards Indicated the seat- best man, and the ushers were
Connie McGowan of Chula \ arrangement. Paul Wheeler and Ran Stanwlx- The

Vista was maid of honor. Mrs. The honoree was presentedwith Hay. : We must clear for Special
Carol Mozlngo of Charleston, Clubbed a :yellow corsage upon her Miss Kitty; Hazen' attendedas space
Women's COSMOP LITANr.w
S. C. was matron of honor. The Little arrival and as a mem.ntootthe maid of honor and Misses Sale onw.
M.rry Anderson sister of a dance lastj f Thursday night occasion the hostesses gave her Ann Thomas and Kim Hodges /.M. -,e., .. _
start a.
Armory to
New
the bride and Charla Single, at the the sugar bowl to her chosen served as bridesmaids. The 73 models-Everything I.-LN r = .
both of Chula Vista were their new :year of activity.LTC; and china pattern. attendants were gowned alikeIn u,loo.ru wdd.I. .Yr 1.
were
bridesmaids.Ann Chaperones Sharing the luncheon with the light blue dacron flock gowns
Anderson youngest sister -' Mrs. V. J. Spengler.. Mr. and guest of honor were her mother, with empire waistline accented Ii
of the bride, was Junior Mrs. Ronald l Kirkland Reddish.The and. Mr. Mrs. Ralph Darley, and other with bow and streamers down goes! We'll cut prices on w-.ilea :;, M::

bridesmaid Joan Marie Rau- and Mrs. Dolph another ladles on the staff at the County; the back.and puff sleeves. They II
ber of Rancho de los Penasqultoe club will sponsor School Administration carried old-fashioned nosegaysof '
building. ca
In San flower dance Thursday night Aug. 10, and lavender carnations {
Diego was pink

girl.The attendants wore old- at the Armory. Birthday and The pompoms.bride given In marriage all units to the bone 1; ,A&V\\ ..'."ealaiugwarrarerit..Stallnfaa Caler.

Party
fashion styled; mint green by her father wore a gown \

dresses, designed with softly For Robyn BryantLittle of white Brussels lace over < \
gathered skirts with wide hem- IL bridal satin, designed with an Over 2,000 UNITS Qj
line ruffles. The fitted bodices empire waistline gathered o ,
featured stand-up collars with Robyn Kelll Bryant celebrated skirt stand up collar lace / BUY FAMOUS
detail In white appllcjued lace. her third birthday. on leg-of-mutton sleeves that fan TO CHOOSE FROM <

Each wore a dress-matching Saturday, July 15, with a party toned with buttons of self material \ S> .

headpiece: and carried a nosegay Mr. and Mrs: Ronald Eugene for her friends at the home and a full length train, 28 MODELS. 5,000 TO 34,000ITUI QUALITY
of of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Her veil of Illusion .
:yellow sweetheart roses Stinnett of Hampton I announce fingertip i> .
with white carnations stephanotis ,Roy E. Bryant.A was secured to a Juliette cap, ''
the birth of a daughter on July t 'f/
and baby's breath. two-tiered ballerina boll and she carried an old-fash \ AT UNBELIEVABLY
30 In Bradford County; Hospital. ,
.
cake centered the refreshmenttable.
Philip E. Pedersen was best ioned nosegay of white pompoms -
man, and ushers were Charles Games were played by centered with white ro.e. .- I -f1
the children after which refreshment .. Her LOW PRICES
only ornament was a ;
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----------------------------------------- were silver cross,a gin of the groom. I \ e V
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16 guests. A reception was held In the I I\\\
VOTE FOR church recreation hall where Carrier Units are 4
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baskets of white gladioli and t engineered to 'fit!t I 1 rr ;:;: .Y/C..c.-
y Carol Ann Darley pompoms were used in decora t Cp/M
} ting. those hard-to-fit -.
DAVEPAOLK To Wed Mr. ReddingMr. 2.... ..
Mrs. Charles Darby II aTW.l Alt M' CaMttMlf
greeted I I ,.. ... .
Di: .awl.' 1.
guests at the door and presented -' I windows.CoteHt'trtU. \ .......a..-. ?

and Mrs. Ralph JUDarley line composed them to the of the receiving bride .bring your.m Slider.otwr*>-nt ntt.4.00O14,000 iud. s', 3.'.-. .*./. ..!*. /e6a.'
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of Starke announce: the engagemint and groom their parents' and tTU't plug in A/n.Y/.a..win..,*...!.*_..we.i.t r....
and approaching marriage) bridal attendants. Miss Linda your 115**lt circuit.Corri _......
of their daughter Carol Ann to ,'.22,500 ITUcooliup
,
Jerry Edward Redding! son of Buckley kept the bride's book. .. 1300....ft.Hny 4. .... _.....
The bride's table was covered + I tmtoll Under normolcondition I a..auaYw__.,...._....
Commissioner Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Redding,Sr.of .
County with .
,.. 7'- I Lawta a satin cloth and centered Carrier units DO i .M I. ...rd--.
) with a three-tiered wedding NOT Dft'P WATIM your
,, District S Mr. Redding Is a 1970 graduate cake ..,partl ... .
topped with a miniature 0 5. ...., .lt).-..I
45I of Bradford Utah School: bride and groom. At the --

'I and Collage Is attending She Santa Is employed Fe Junior of base of the cake was a garland Don't sweat over repairing your old window air b. ..-..__

; I HAVE BEEN A BONDED STATE ROAD CON- by Carp's department store laStarke. pick greenery carnations.Interspersed At both ends with 7....... wave ::
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TRACTOR FOR 25 YEARS AND I FEEL THAT of the table were five-branch conditioner-Buy a 5-year car> warranty! are, 11. ,, Arw.r ..d.
The wedding will take place silver candelabra with white :::: ::.1e ..../,:

MY KNOWLEDGE OF ROAD BUILDING, MAINTENANCE at 8 Pine p.m. Friday, Aug. 18, at tapers. Mrs. J. T. PrevaIl Jr. ...Ch.. .. .......4...... .-.-..............,...,...
the Level
Baptist Church ... --I..1.
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I DRAINAGE AND THE BUYING OF I with a reception afterward In antMyrtice, Nichols: cut rY+r Nuts+M YNr rw..aNra Y.YY-r Air .d,r_a IIMrLm+m r.-W..r..ry....Yrd 12.....;./YNI. _..... 1.V .

'1 ROAD EQUIPMENT W.ILL BE INVALUEABLE friends the Fellowship aDdnlalhM..law..edIII Hall. AU The punch: tables were) covered So '-'w..r.drrK.r..rYwrw.rNLWnr1.r.+.....rrYr.M W.. a 9._rM/.Inr.d.M/....._..-......, _w.wI_MMr./N..po..11_
wttti ends clods and centered wave..raM -...... ..w.Maay'
IN THE MATTER OF OUR COUNTY? {FAVOR attend. with crystal punch bowls +rr.re..1 1/1. sr.ar4.r. -..,.
encircled with& torn and blue "" .-...,""....rr.q'w..t ,. ... .+-w..wY.a.-rr i a.-5--+r.r. I Mryl 10.-' __ w.r 13.--__
THE COUNTY'AID I ALL VOLUNTEER FIR.E\ Friends of Mrs. Mural Gardner andAsilsueg Wnservi 'zaoQoo rtt Q.WQ3QQOQqaooj oQ00oc"IF ..r..wY.- .-
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g wer > 11 _
DEPARTMENTS PROTECT OUR HOMES.. Bowers of Jacksonville a Mrs J. G. Jackson Mrs. B.' wrM
Miner resident of Saris will u.. McRae, l Un. Anta Farr, Irs QUIETER THAN CARRIER IT ISN'T RUNNING"e. ;.. =. w..dJ:

Yovr Vet AisJ Support \\Vli Be wean'::::lt cu ,July'1t .and**HIM*wIIw.-Colleen Nichols.a .. to 8:00: A.M. TO 5:00: P.M.. -- / "

; { to. Warren Ryder la the Ortega Florida

Awocieted Methodist Church J eksos.fin. --. gffde at "
.m! Mr. and Mrs. Ryder are Mam.' i
", resttac In Saab Florida. The bride graduated tern. 322 BEST MIDISON ST. PHONE 944-770I STARKE/FLORIDA'' .


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FP2PC2: CY(0CU tJU\f(0CWI\ Your Breakable Hampton Area News


Diamond :'1rm,4Ha( y.'Poft11.
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here Ronnie Thomas and am Local admittance to Brad- r Diamond la the hardest substance REGISTER TO VOTE perch. Roy caught the biggest .
and Mra. Cindy Catlob havere- DeNow1lfasldNlskef lord County Hospital this week' known. Nothing can You may register to veto In on* .weighing In at 1 3/4 ,a
;turned from a...."'. vlalt with tocludei Terry Good Mrs scratch: It. A scratch: test Is the Bradford County; election at pounds.
:.friends Mod relativea In St. ; Rex T. Crfct Mra. Callas +l I used to measure relative hard: the horn of Mr. and Mra. IXE. They: returned on July. 31 withRoy's ,;
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On the ol
JLouU. nes* MOM Scale: Hill In Hampton, across from
By Joyce Champion Galney, grandfather, Lester Mc- ;
Hardness, diamond is on top
Mark AdUna. Mla Joyce Denmark the ChrUOan: Church,from noon Cullough.A j
because it scratches
: : anything
I Mr. and Mra. Fred A. Pet- and Mra. June Thlgpan, lower. Is next. 'It until 8 pan. on Thursday Aug. J
Unau of Yonkers, N.Y. visited New clothing appearing In. Starke; Mra.Lillian Lawrence can scratch: Sapphire topaz, the next 9; Tuesday Aug. 81; and Thura- cook-out at the home of
this will include
Mr. 'and Mra. R.C. Buford atone permanent summer care label Keystone Heights; Earl B. hardest. At the bottom, MOM day, A.... 10. Mr. and Mra. Ralph M. Vaughan -
last week. The Buforda also instructing consumer how to Leavttt. Earleton Beach. placed talc, which won't even Those who reside within the climaxed two weeks of
had aa a Monday visitor L.C. clean them. scratch: a baby's akin.' Hampton city llmltt and are boating fishing aiding, and
Smith of Marti The government-required Mr. and Mrs Warren Rogers Does this legendary hardness eligible to vote In the City election visiting for M/Sgt. John Rand .
permanent apparel care labelIng ofMulilna, S.C. were week- mean that diamond Is impervious may register. at the Hampton Peggy Haalett and child-
Mr. and M.... Keith Gllllng- grew out of consumer end guests of Miss Jean Mun- to harm? Regrettably, General Store from 9 sun. ren, of Goldsboro, N.C.
ham of Perrlne will spent the confusion amid the many da at Kingaley Lake. Muse not to ,,8 jun. Monday through Others anjoylng( hamburgersand

weekend with her parenta Mr. change Hang in tag man-made containing fabric the Mundy bad Dr. France. Can- A famous scene: in a romantic Friday, or on Sunday from 9 hot dogs served off the )
and Mra. Guy Sale. They will information generally are non of Tallahassee aa a guest movie of the forties a.m. to 7 Porn.MEETING grille by Sgt.flaslettwere Mayor
to accompanied home by their misplaced: thrown away or Tuesday and Wednesday.Bud had the newlyweds etch their and Mra. Arthur Bruno and
children (Kathey and K.It,1uih0 too numerous to consult con Initials on the window of their NOTICES children, Mr. and Mrs W.Fon
have been visiting their grandparenta veniently. Labels built into Lawaon of Marion N.C. honeymoon cottage. T h e I retching Everyone la urged to attend tame Susie Powell, Beverly
for a month. the garment seem to be the la spending a week with his r : tool was the lady's the Hampton Volunteer Fir Meng, and Yours Truly.
beet arunver. parenta. Mr. and Mra. H.A. engagement ring. Knowing Dept. meeting on Monday Aug.
Mr. and Mra. H.A. Lawson Sine the labels are email Lawaon.Mra. jewelers gasped. Yea Diamond 7. at 8 pjn. In the Hampton City
1 several
Welcome to
the new re-
terminology necessarily will scratch glass, but sub
have had their grandchildren : Hall, This la a vital part of
is brief but aldenta
accurate. Moet of :
the stone to this abuse
visldng them: Laurie and Alan the care instructions are self- John W. Grlffln of jecting your community, and your continued Mr. and Mra. Keith Templeand
could easily cause It to chipor
Lawson of Tallahassee spent explanatory Among the Ochlochnee Ga.spent the week crack. Interact la nec scary. two children, James Eric
.aeveral day{ last week and,, latter,contained in the Amer end with her eater, Mlaa LU- Your diamond should be The City Council will meet and John Hartley from Augusta
;bill, Adrea and Katie'Morar'ofl ican Apparel Manufacturer Han Stump., treated with some degree of Tuesday, Aug. 8, at 8 pjn. In .
Panama City apendln! ? Association care guide, are the City Hall. Your city la
caution. It may be exceedingly Mr. and Mra. Fred Wright at
several daya this week.Mr. the Machine following Washable/Machine: Washable/ Mr. and Mrs AbdoJ AUvandJ hard (resistance to scratching: ) what you make It. Please at- the corner of Central and Pine.

Wash: Wash bleach dry and and son of Tampa spent the but it Isn't exceedingly tough tend these meetings and help Mr. and Mra. Jim Statzer
and Mra. E.W. layer a*. press by customary method weekend with her parenta. Mr. Elaine/ / Mark Olin (resistance to blows). Jade Is concerned people build you a and family are temporarily residing -
tended the Hayes family; reunionat including commercial and Mra. M.M. McRae. Oeschger, softer but it Is tougher. A better community In which to on Navarre Street while
the borne of Mr. and M....W. laundering. Wed Rochester YorkSaint jade ring would probably sur- live. they look for a place to buy.
H, Hayes In Brooker Sunday. e Warm wash/Warm Bet Mrs Kathleen Goethe of East In New viva a hard knock against
ting/Warm rinse: Use water Palatka was a weekend guestof a brass, faceted doorknob Call
In
yournewsitems
? Dr. R.E. Dopaon attended a 90 to 110 degree Fahrenheit. Mr. and Mr. Herbert Ambrose Church at Attending the bride was her with only a scratch.: Given the THIS 'N THAT at 468-1152 964-7438 mornInga -
seminar In Atlanta on advanced for(Hot 130 waah degree instruction or hotter.)call Thomas. The Thomaaea alao Rochester, N.Y. was the setting .1.terJ Mr:. John M. Olin, and same treatment, a diamondwouldn't Mr. and Mra. Bruce Max- leave them at the or Hampton General ,or-
chiropractic f treatment July. S Durable press cycle Permanent bad .. Tuesday. guest Trooper for the marriage of Mina Elaine:: sruan: Ballou. They wore scratch, but It could well and children of Rifle, Colo Store anytime.
2023. During the convention press cycle: Use ap Jamea W. McNeely of Lake- Marl. Oeschger, daughter of empire style gown of lavender chip or fracture.In were guests of Mr.and Mra.
he was the guest of several propriate machine Betting, land. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Oea- dotted swiss,and carried_ William Maxwell last week. Senior Citizens don't miss
otherwise medium wash chger of der carnations. old age, Queen ElizabethI
prominent) chiropractors In the use Rochester and Mark
next
Atlanta area. cold rime and abort spin Mrs Mildred Fancher of Vernon Olin, IOn of Mr. and The bridegroom was attended ring had filed to have from her her coronation On Sunday, July. 16 Aug.your 4.at 7:30:meeting pjn.In on the Friday Hamp
cycle. Starke Mrs Vernon E. Olin of by his brother John M. Olin finger. anti Larry
Hand washableHandwash and Mr. Klmyo Page Starke. Some newlywed and newly Roark Ruth Roark ton City flaiL
Mr. and Mra. John B. Crew : Launder only by hand of Lawtey gave an oriental embroidery The ceremony; was performedon and the where were Dr. KeithM. engaged women feel as strong Brooks Drove to Stockbrldge,
have returned from a two weeks in lukewarm, hand comfortable demonstration on Saturday June 17. at one Olin of Flemlngton N.J., Iy about their diamond rings. Ga. to bring Patay Harvey and Smokey Saytt
vlalt with his sister Mra.Edith water. May be bleached. Channel 17 last Wednesday o'clock In the afternoon. and Stephen Dear of Rochester But, diamonds should not be two children back to spend a
Nlemant In Boston, Mass.. and May be dry cleaned. morning. The bride was attired In an After the ceremony\ the party exposed to the same abuseas week with Roy and Virginia I Jlowoyr/ 4
with her slater Mra. Dolly Kunlg (If the fabric should not empire gown of satin and silk drove to Happy Acrea Country working hands. A diamondwill Roark. TaL"' I
In Baltimore Md. be bleached, starched: or dry Mr. and Mrs. P.O. Fancher organza, with a Cathedral trek,- Club In Webster, N.Y., where a survive constant wear on Last Sunday Pat and children
cleaned-or. conversely! dry Jr. were among 25 campers of Her fingertip veil was attachedto reception was held. the finger of the normal were taken to the Jacksonville
Mra. Weslty Carter and Mr. so cleaned indicate.oNy-the No reference label will the Shrine Camper Caravan at a Juliet cap and both the Mra. Olin la a graduate dSt American woman without a airport where they boarded a,
is
and Mrf.O.J. Kirkland of Way- made to borax additive, such Hampton Lake over the week gown and veil were trimmed Mary'a School of Nursing scratch.: But that same diamond plane home after their fun-
ero... G..and Mra.Bob BlBhoD.and a*Borateem, because they... with white seed pearls. Her In Rochester, N.Y. without would probably not survive packed vacation
'. Mr and Mra. Eug aa.Nat- compatible withaU fabrics and end.C.W. flower were a ca.cadeofwhl" Mr. Olin is owner and manager being chipped. The Roy! Roarka and children :
CARE FOR THE JEWELS
ties and family of Jacksonvillewere colors) Buff baa returned froma roses, lavender carnations, of Olln'i Mobile Home Sales spent Sunday. on Crescent
; YOU CARE FOR Is brochure
Sunday guests of Mr. and Hand Wash separately: _k'. visit with relatives In and Ivy. on Route. 100 West at Starke. published by the a Amer. Beach .-.Prrs rJ
Hand wash alone or with like Johnaon City, Tenn. and Hawdnavllle After a t ten-day wedding trip ties
1.1... A.W. Kirkland and attended colors. lean Gem Society. For a free
the Klrkland-Grovea wed Tumble dry/Machine ( Ga. Among those he Mr. and Mr. Jan Douglas of through the United States and the copy, send In the coupon be Wilton Hart and son. Roy S FtTycur
ding. dry: Dry in tumble dryer at visited was Dr. Calvin Morgan Tallahassee visited her par Bahamas, Mr. and Mra. Olin low. You will also be sent a lucked out at Newnan'a Lake /
specified vetting high, me Jr., who was one of the doctor enta. Dr.and Mrs. H.G.Bolling- are residing near their place listing that will locate yournearest Tuesday and Wednesday of :<=
Caps James R, Reddish' dium low or heat. on the chip that escued the er on Friday. and Saturday. of business. ADS jeweler. last week with 71 speckled J
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will return Saturday after attending e Tumble dry/Remove first jnoonspace men. ".... easeful. with fire outdoor*.1.! .
National Guard Schoolat promptly: Same a* above, Miss Rose Heller of Clearwater -

Hatdesburg, Miss.Mra. down but in cycle the absence remove of the a laun cool- Mr. and Mr*. Walter Stewartof and Mr. and Mra. J.M.

dry at once when tumbling Trenton were last Fridaynight Stoner of Ocala were week-
NP. Riccardi of Miami .tops.For super guests of Mr. and end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
la visiting her. mother Mra. a free copy of the In. Mrs C.L. Cooper George W. Brown.
Marlon Moyer. and Mr. and formative booklet "The Now
Mra. F.W. Strickland for two Washbanket". write to Miss Mr. and Mra. Jim Chasteen Mra. Esma Yongue and Mr.
weeka. Joyce Consumer Champion Manager pent the weekend' with Dr. and Thelma Dean of Fairfield and LDLIJD4
MULE TEAM Information.Products P.O.20 Mr. Argin Boggua at New Mra. Kate Strickland of Palat
,
Mr. and Mra. Marvin Cassellof Box 76873, Sanford Station Smyrna Beach. ka were Sunday visitors of
Chevy-Chase. Md. were Loa Angeles California Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell.
guests of Mra. Nelson Green 90075.) Mr. and Mra. John Adams of
and family last week. Orlando were weekend guests of .Mrs. Ruby Brittand son Ray

M.... Louise' Moore I. Mr. and Mr. George K. Bennett -' of Ocala visited Mrs T.D. Dyeithe
recuperating -
Karen and Debbie Glover,and at Klngsley Lake. first of the week .
at her home at Kingaley -"'
Rhonda and Steve Grlffla are 1''
attending the Youth Comers Lake In the after Methodist undergoing Hospital surgery .Mr. and Mra. Don 'Bagwell Rhonda and Shan $dwarda of TRADESALE: ;.
vatton Camp In the Ocala National tor fracture. pent the. weekend at St. Meridian. Miss. ir. spendingtwo
a leg
Forest thla week. .Augustine. weeks with their krandparenta ,

Mr. and Mra. Fred Thomson ,, Mr. and Mra. EC.; Dukes '1
Mra. Mildred Summer of Jerry Sorralla and Rusty Har-
and of Tallahasseewere
Melrose and IOn Donald Lordof son weekend Todd rff Lillian din of Jacksonville were weekend Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates of
Pensacola, were Sunday and guests guests of Tommy Black- Jacksonville were weekend
guests of Mr.. and Mra. Jay Stump Mr. and Mra. ahear at Kingaley Lake.a' gueata of Mr. and Mr. Robbie
Carver. Brian Hamilton. Shaller.

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Mrs Eve Baldwin and John "
Godwin spent Wednesday to Sui-
day in Chattanooga, Tenn.visiting
the W.F. Godwins and NobleL.

Hackneys.

Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin
Jr. attended the '73 Oldsmobile ?
showing in Washington, D.C. L4 Cap

P from Friday' to Tuesday. I H7.S!

favorites Mra. Ray'Brooklna and children -
of Atlanta were vI.IUJwher
parenta, Mr. and Mrs E.C. '
Dukes.last week. '


fashion. answer for the f'\\\ \ win Mr.and and family Mr*. Dbuglaa of>> Inverness Bald- oUoJo OC&WOAOOR :


active wom nil on visited Sunday.Mr. Mrs.. M.A. Baldwin. Sr.


\ ladies 100% polyester and Mra. Harlow Trea-

cott of Macon, Ca. were Monday -
1 double knit V.J. Spengler.guests of LTC and M.... NovoV


pants M.... Carl Sapp of Starke -

and her sister, Mr. Charles
Bostlc of Gainesville have
returned
from an 18-4ay vacation
699 in the central atate. They /
also visited Mr. and Mra. Paul bw.
Kastor in Fort Wayne bid

Mr. and Mra. Edward C.
Take of the
advantage big Orovea naG aa guests during

knit selection liars bottoms ol stylish! Big double.2" the weekend, Mr. and M.... ALMOST
waistbands nake'em stay to / Allen Draughon of Fayettevllle. -,
wear exciting new tall brgssiens N.C., Mr. and Mr. Ron-! '
colors. Size 10 to 18 DIe Creamer of Dothan. '
In woven patterns or F M is. Mr. and Mra. Earl Grovel Ala.; WE: "NEEDYOUR

solids colors. 117 Mr. and Mr*. Owen Green; % GDNE BEST
Mr*. Irene Murthough of Or
iYou'II look as lando. Mr. and Mra.J.G.Jaml-
taood ss you Jon and family: of KUaimme< .
feel these In Kodel one fiberfilled of Mr. and MrI. n.W. .......uad PRICES
-0 bras. hm Uy. Mra. Fraud* TwlUIr
32 to 40 and daughter*. Mr.. and Mrs ,
g1,8 C Cups, Wwte idrire ... 1am11Y. .... ISED CAR 73Qoo' -E ER
charge it Ur. and. JK .orrti q, Muc.r
of Apotsn. Uamte Row
,.." bath o* v end. Mr. and Un. ,,
at Carps Mike Dreavboai otJaebuawWe. "

7BC They au ...ded ID* CroveeS1 SOON Mow

g Sheer, comfort ..*- *.**.Swday. .,.....
girls aylon slack becausethey're

and kilt top set Poiular.Mdes sheer" ; .".:. TO is THE Time

end elzaa. ELECTION'
THE BRADFORD
TO

... .lidr ...s COUNTY TELEGRAPH 'OF DAWN

4AI 377 pieties Phtrtrred. every. 7h-dsy

M eve.- at US W. Cafl RYeet '.. o TRADESOONER

Slated for a big lilt with 48 : Mark*, nerUaacOatta. UMf EW CRRS.

completely school girls washable) 100% nylon In, rayon Bikini sty nylon lee In a towed des ....... ...d \

Jong sleeves. wUh stylishmockturileneck.The cotton. Prints I pIssBaaeerrlaa ...
tope and ..olldaI LATER'YOUR
# patterned, the slacks. some with lace 1Wutin
,I olid colors! In sires' 4 to trlml
Ode
IX. anal- 3N pat

peal "11'alii.sasses.OatrNs .
F'RUOR'TE DJ5Aj.E
4ab seat 8118 '

QUALITY', COMES FIRST THEN ,OUR LOW PRICES par years. 13.81 a4s a.-rMka




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I II,I Starke Zoning: Issues Delayed




Two controversial zoning i*. Council-had accepted a recommendation iwqulremenui. -of the CONTEST

I .ue* were back before the City, by the,Board of Adjustment dinance. .
Council Tueaday night, with no that the property, be In announcing the f''
final solution in roapect untfl > rezoned from R-l to R-2.which of the SCVL group'
two vacancies on the City, would allow the apartment complex aid the purpose was !
I Board of Adjustment can be but later rescinded Its residents of the area 1
filled and a new chairman of action, at the request of residents Informed on 'matter ,
,. ate group elected. of the area and referred government, to When Will The
Council Chairman Nell Tucker the matter back to the Board ter communication on
said that effort are being of Adjustment. Issues. and make the
I I made to till the vacancies Pierce said that when the twrahtp available for II\) Temperture Reach
function- where their .
Board of Adjustment Is reorganized
and that the Boning matter. 1
i should be delayed. until they It will: reconsider the might be needed.On '
i could be considered by a full matter and make another recommendation another ,toning I 100
board. to the Council Mr. and Mr. L. G. all
Tom Box. chairman of the which must give final approval told that the Question of
newly organised Southwest, to resone or let t the. pro- ing a mobile Church home on Y :' After August 10, If72
Community, Voters League,said perty, remain R-L fronting on :
Mrs. Clair Capps; secretary till under advisement ..
I there was still some confusiondue
to "cont11c_ feedback" of the League challenged the Council.
I concerning the status of rexonlna legality; of the initial coning action Dell Insisted that he : r.
t an L-ahaped piece ofproperty saying that the notice of haturea on'a' petition IJ
i f, fronting on Orange, the hearing had not been published sufficient number of ,
Street and Edwards Road asa the required 15' days owners In the area,
possible site for a 50-unlt: prior to the hearing date. She Council said he should
said the first notice had been the ,area surveyed to be
apartment complex.Box .
was assured by City, Attorney published on June, IS and the the signers owned at ss s See Full Details Below
George Pierce that the hearing was held on June 26. half of the property; "
property, remains coned R-l I. Attorney Pierce agreed that feet In all directions., PRIZE ..'
mobile home
prohibiting apartment projects.At this was only 12 days notice proposed A.
previous meeting the and did not meet ,the legal Dell said this would Antique Gold Barometer CAI )
a
expensive and that If the. ,
cil Insisted on this PRIZE .
In every Instance. It Indoor Outdoor Therometcr .
hibit any, more mobile ,
In Starke. He a kad PRiZE.
was being required to do .. .
,when other mobile home Weather Forecaster,
cants had not.
D He was told that his H.r. Art Th "., _,'$
+ zI first case that had been ,
lenged l by another property, Comtxtmuat.

er. Fat Farnsworth 1 '. Wto U KtelbM > MMM OMM PInt FMwl at.Mute_"-
tnx Mrs. Thelma Lewis, .._-- .
peared at a recent special I the L _. .. e..lsn.yl nIra.l00 sir.
+ meeOng and stated that gwurdw I
not have the required t.: tan .t b. ,.: or polm M but W Inn.....*wr
signatures! on his petition.It AJtf. we&o.rwoa.n-
wan brought out at P.M. 4. To. 'mgr MM Mo. h orfer U d.r' UmW tut bra"A"
that Dall. &.km) m bra"B"whldi jmv mw(Mil*uo.af0.r.
night's meeting
old the property, since L mm___'.'b""c"LL .
big Ms permit but he inwr me MAIIXD/ OR RECEIVED NOT LATIN THANAUDurr
still had a equity; In the lot II, 1(72.T. !.
that the sale was made V..be.. .to Iwv*.r.W..r.a.lb... to win.

I Am sh ce7ely. firattfoil er understanding could place that a mobile the new eeu1W L rb.wetdS t-aK 110 apt-lllpr.. M.ebt.. ...I..derpo "

there.; t. car-MiM to I_
Chairman Tucker told 10. w.e.otn.pwlr.br..rWlost. ......u.
ji' For Having The Privelege And that he (Tucker) and
Pierce would get together JUDGING
Honor Of You As Clerk him and try to I. OmcUl __t>.........._ Serving .. ...
,
I. matter at an early date. .HI.M !*,:ace.l.S That fnafm Fwtonl* at .rU.lw"'r4: IU b. On.
Of Circuit Court Of Bradford The Council at a recent ; ... ... .
Th* locft boo bM.wlfwi to whM tompwttoi*IWMIW.
.. ._. _...
tog voted to hold up all 100 fefiwMj ai t Hi* .I..d.lll eaitiau.to
Halt ... cob a. IM XIIM .... Mated) ..w.n.be..
mobile home permit
.
County. : 1 U rMllbmM.t.
city's ordinance : _.....
h> mat w ekx U .aII.PIn.PM-
bile homes could be .ral _... ... .._
.M of ttw bMMa Almort WMUMT will IwDWWA.
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and brought up to date. .- "ViiUr" mra durliv riod whM da*nr not
I Shall Strive To Continue To In Other business the ., ; : ..
: t _..
4. Judm tor mUMl wUI b. th.C Cer.llbr at.Ftnt
heard Attorney Pierce P.---"' ......
Merit That Confidence new ordinances for !: .1. a 100 wwrw U art MUM. prior to Labor Dw l>71, .>M.IIOM
That the charter. One of these ;; \ I toBiorMira dry :0.--. .. Au all 10 OirovHi Ldor On)
[ vided for the,i change \;' tall b. dMoniUiw? ) "'> Inca Abport.d.lm.r.. ,d.-
You Have Bestowed In Me: Mayor-Council form rf +I ; I ,14p.bd..rW.IJ.

government,, to. a
I Commissioner form. '; ; Save $200( ) or More And (Get; A Large
this set-up the Mayor Beach Towel! Open A New Account

: GIIII.rl S. "ib". Brown of be the elected,Commission.The from the. *. Or Add To An Old One! (Sorry, one

other new l Per Account And A.Maxinuim Of Three
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Moxley- To Run For School Seat T : JIM TEMPLE



:Jinn Mbxlev. a DuPont enoine helpful) to School Board Work During fcfi 17 yean In lineSbeck Club, UdIll'MIdeat 01 the fresldmt of the Stark. Golf .' Government ....a e'money' a: d
I .r.. qualified' July 24 for the slits au: _bKJudId e e. ford County; he baa been ; *** Solf and CountryUeotofBnK and 'Country: Club and Vice- vaUable doesn't mean we have Superintendent Of
District S Mat of the Bradford ooomicstion. I.M. SftItIW.. ordlhqj tin !Club.: He I* presently ViceHospital president of a Credit Union to match It or go into far out Instruction
County; School: board. ." Moaday say*. Uoxley served two :year program, That money also, Public. .
Uoxley, 45. believe he if "My 21 year of employment In tile 0.8. Navy 'during' WorldWarn. comas out of our pocket*," CAPASLB
Bradford with the duPont Company will;I' Funding.Frem ... Moxleor .tate*.
.County; School Board tine hagrew be beneOclal for School Boardbusiness. I He reside on Searing Street "To have) a good educational WM Il.... up in a rural middle Georgia Thl Include. tour '( r... 1)) In Storke with hi* whim, Owen, system In Bradford County; cooperation AUahiM Comer Ctvrimilwa: CatmoUla :
community similar to year* a* an engineer and two children Benly, age >planning> interest I.... A* C..I.... Harped...
Bradford( County; and having_. struction and 17 year ben. t a. m. each day. IBId pointing out the current 20, and Lynn, ,, age 12. Beojy and working together i Is required ......... Pilot Program Fop BdiMitlan.
Uved In Bradford County for 17 the Florida plant. During thla The Commlssloo wa hesl- county mlllage 1* 8.307 .leaving 1*gh graduate ; of ;Bradford of the School Board, all .1 Chmco.A ..
year la famllar with our*cho.ol : time I have worked In coat tent because of the current 1.8 mill to go before the School and I* attending school agencies. parents, cltt- S bfewiocuil Educator Concerned With Today Youth
and problem '.. reduction program, safety and shortage of doctor Commlaaloner 10 mill limit. Commissioner Georgia Military College. Lynn dens, and students.
.1 think mjr Bachelor of Sc houskeeplnfr work systemtie Ralph Bryan repeatedly Zedra Hamilton pointed out the Is In the 8th grade at Bradford
ience decree In Agricultural maintenance and purcham( department called the $300,000 addition a eonunlMlon wouldn't want to Middle School. -
Engineering from the Un- ,a* !well a* uUCOII8wcb" gamble, and asked how' the hospital clve the hospital all the 1.6 Uoxley<<\ said ". will conduct
Ivereifer of mill left, but would cave some School.Board business with'an
Georgia
; will be board knew they can get YOU
Moxley State* doctor once the office are. cushion for other contingencies eye on economy, and use common THANK ,
constructed. that may become oecetsary. sense in making deci
\ "Are we gonna spend$300- That led the commission to sions." You, the people of Bradford County and
r Mk If the hospital board can "I will be physical and visible -
000 with doctor available,
rS + Jt Bryan asked no set by with one mill or $M.B84. .- as a School Board member.By particularly,.those.of District 3 have over
S j4. r .. vt Chairman Roberta asked that I mean my presence'' 'kindness which shall "
whelmed with I .
, dP "We lost two doctor last that the hospital gather its Information will be known at meetings, and me a ?
\ month because we had no office by August 15, so the my time will be available to not forget.
to offer them." Canova commission can Include fund*In school Instructors' school per-
# ,ra.iM replied. Hospital Board ChaIr- its upcoming budget which,.It soneL;. students swell a*parents I fully realize that you have not allowed '
man Bill Dodd Mid Dr. II. H. must report to the state by the and taxpayer. ''I will beat '
Adam baa assured him BCH end of thl* month. school functions\ ,on the campus me to run, unopposed because I have done -
can get doctor If It provide The hospital should receive making building inspections
M 'US'' <, office space."One $55,600 In new fund through checking bus maintenance, and perfect job without mistakes.
way to make sure we the new federal emergency be where the taxpayer money all
won't have a hospital In a few medical care program which 1* being .an ) I also realize that I have;not solved yourproblems !
year. 1* to forego the expansion has recently been approved and Moxley expressed his, of
have I made all happy.
," Dodd Hid. funded to seven area counties view on s education nor you
Hospital board member. with Duval leading the way. Although not directly Invol I would rather think that you have assured me '
pointed out thatother area counties But there 1*) a question on what ved In; school curriculum; I Board of County ?
support their hospital to the hospital will be allowed to feel that a board member of a second. term on your '
a much greater extent than use the money for. It 1 I. known should be Interested and let and impartial with the whole county's
be fair ,
Bradford. Baker County allo- the hospital will receive two Ms views be known to the school honest effort. I have tried to
cated $90.000 per year to Its rescue ambulances. The county administration. I am not opposed
hospital and Nassau $180,000 ; to to progress, but am opposed interests at heart.
ON THE TEE*SCENE-Archie, the teenage comic book they said. It has been givingteDeWItt C. to progress lustprogressive. to be I kindness as a challenge to work harder in the next' four'
and all his famous friends in vivid accept your
character are depicted Bradford County currently Jones In ambulance service It is time we '
colon cotton blend.on no-iron The figures muslin are sheets in multi-colors and pillowcases on a warm in a contributes $15,000 In race subsidy and place the new ambulances started making sure. our children years with the help of Almighty God this is my pledge.'I
lavender ground. From the Burlington House juvenile track tax funds to the hospital at the )hospital on 24- : have a good basis knowledge Thanks! Again!
collection. each year. No county fund hour duty. of reading writing arithmetic -' May God Btos. You And
went Into the construction of The commission also made and English before
the hospital or the expansionIn completely clear itdoesn'twant .pending time energy, and .
1963, It was pointed .out. to become involved in the operation money on other subjects.JustAecause (Pal. P'". Ad.) Ralph. BryanTHANK
: II ;' Despite the Inability of the of the hospital. the ,Federal
,c 1 hospital authorities Tuesday "1111. board doe not want
.i," ; < night to give them firm figure to get into the hospital business - - - """'b!
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There It No ,: on the amount of support ," Chairman Roberta stated - -
.Successful : the hospital need from emphatically. "We want to
Experience
I e.. *oa the county and despite the cur- pledge 'X number' of millsto
k rent shortage of physician on Bradford< County Hospital.You .
the hospital staff the commission take that and go. We've
ELECT agreed to Increase support got all we can say grace over
to the hospital.The .
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: hospital board'Intention Bryan reiterated his chairman fi r
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CARL HURSTYOUR 1 Tuesday night was to make theI statement: l "
commission understand .It* "The pressure. 18 on you boy..I ,
I operating funds dilemma In the For goodness sake, don't spend
72-73 fiscal year Crippen said. $300,000 out there with no doc ,.n"
He said no figures are available tors." .' ;. .
BRADFORD COUNTY JUDGE now to tell the county YOU '1 "
exactly how much money 1* Union .. .
needed to finance the expan-: Hospital .
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I sion.Jelling the action Commission Trustees Named ,JI'II. ,I"1
The only candidate with S\i{ years experience* Chairman George Robert m '/1//A.I: ]
serving you as your Municipal Judge. asked the hospital authoritiesto Anew board of truateee'for' .. ,. ,. ,'
find out what BCH
exactly the completed, but yet
unopened
\ man of proven integrity and 12 years j needs."Get all the figures and then Lake, Union Butler General has been Hospital appointed in- I I Am Truly Thankful That I

leadership in city government. j we'll know what you are talkIng by Cov. Reubln Askew.

..n lias/ been conscientious and jmpartiaLiaarrymg ... .* 'aceor about,,tax In dollars additional," Roberta mlll- ''wno'is'alao The: five are chairman: Car) L, Brown of the, Am ,pnQppjQsedjIn' The:"Primary. .
Jt.:1.t: J' out the J Judicial. ref rMllibiliti! $* vliile'udgc. 'I said. - 1 Union County Development Authority a DO ) : ,
"The only way I see to'do' ; Allen Campbell, resident '
<, It I. a mlllage levy for the manager of Owens-nilnols For County Tax Collector.
A man whose' office door is always. open to you hospital." Inc.; Hugh Rahn Raiford busInessman -
the people. But Bryan said he would refuse and former school
to go over the 10 mill .board member; L. E. Dogger, THIS IS YOUR OFFICE AND I AM HERE TO SERVE ALL TilE PEOPLE. IF I CAN BE ,OF'
Resident of Bradford County for 18 I cap the state hat placed on superintendent of Union Correctional ,
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4 i
years mlllage levies. "I've also made Institution .- ANY HELP TO YOU PLEASE CALL ON ME AND YOU WILL RECEIVE: EVERY: ASSISTANCEI :!j,1I ,
Adv.
(Pol. Pd. ) '
rf f wx-&xftt&y tt-if &&ssisix&tt that my personal limit," Bryan! They replace trustees wno I CAN GIVE YOU IT MEANS A LOT TO ME TO FEEL THAT I HAVE YOUR CONFIDENCE. i. .,>..' .
served for about 18 months and "

ing then with a resigned long the period Union recently County of skirmishes ;follow-Commission ; I AM TRULY GRATEFUL, :Y: A:"J'

over operational con '''
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: trol of the new hospital. 'i.'

BUY A NEW Commission Griffls, however Chairman now Gerald says- Sincerely : ::

the long delay In opening the
25-bed, $818,000 hospital is. J.R. Kelly ,
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over and the facility will soon
be turned over to the new trustee
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I. WHEN BILL LOCK IART'WAS 18 HE WAS STATE PRESIDENTOF I

'FLORIDA'S 4-H CLUBS AND A MEMBER; OF;rilE GOVER'
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.r 21 HE WON THE NATIONAL 4.11 CLUB LEADERSHIP-,A>.-r'::. I

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GAINESVILLEFOR I HE GRADUATED FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA.? { I

12,000 MILES OR 12 MONTHS WHICHEVER

OCCURS FIRST. THIS IS IN ADDITION TO THE NOR- r ? F HE,WORKED ONE YEAR AS A RESEARCH,,'ASSISTANT, *. TO'*THE..,.*

MAL VW 24-MONTH/24,000, MILES NEW CAR WAR. FLORIDA SECRETARY OF STATE. ,

RANTYI WfAT

"- 't: 23 HE BEGAN'TWO YEARS OF WORK*ON. THE, CAPITOL' *

Hliret* ; & fUBRiCATJON. fNCINf TUNE UP, BKH AI STAFF OF THE COMMISSIONER. OF AGRICULTURES, .' "t ,
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IN OUR SHOP AT THE PRESCRIBED INTERVALS OUTLINED IN YOUR AT 28. HE'S A FARMER AND BUSINESSMAN. t.P

OWNERS MANUAL THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE TOWINO, ACCIDENT \ .11'

DAMAGE,OR DAMAGE MISUSE OilY MODIFICATION.This Elect A Sfraif Vtic Tkopres.at You .,Talahoss. ... !x vi1! 3lu.! :

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CLEAN-lIP MONTH
IS PROCLAIMED
Mayor Roy Carroll and the .' >0\,'
Brooker Town Council hav*declared .; ,t

.I ; the month of August u ,
""?,, Cleanup, Paint-up. Flx-uo I',.
:Y.!, month for our town. The full ,
''r'': support of the public la h.c": l'
.1.,. aaked In this effort to make < : .. '
y' Brooker a more beautiful and ; 8V
: '.':t d a safer place In which to live. I'''%. ( ,, :
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Y 'r-: : Clerk Joyce Stokes reminds t.j .. aQuontlty'Rlghte' SAVE IN ,
area residents who are not registered .!* .1')' <*Ri. .d Ty -. ,' '
: In Bradford County to /f1./ rv r' :.. ..., ., KrWINNDIKIE M .
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.1. do so now. Books will) be open ink i .
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at the Town Hall on Saturday, f". \ I Rtl :
Aug.; 5, and Saturday, Aug. 12, IS:; 430WESTMADISONSTREETSTARKE CRACKIN' GOOD ,I $'
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. If you \ !:ttll are eligible to register, by doing A; t i: \ utocxtes\ TWINPACKrt ; :id : .-1 1I
so you will 1qlLali led to ; po 18 c ; "' '
vote In the upcoming County and :: .. { ...",\ \ (1i ,
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State primary election on September I te/ ; \, .. '. ,I 1t'l'J
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have g registered Brook-' .! "' '*' .t" ;',.. : "11 1'.1.-:....... ...;..;...'\, PO"_ ATO \1",i.J
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ELEMENTARY Friday./July SCHOOLOn 28, a group >; ;" .'<-' '.. X..L -' ...r.-;' f1sJ"Ft;,''t

of 54 students, six parents, and 14,/ %? ,.* .- 1! 111 CHIPS I '.'
three teachers enjoyed a trip to :;1'1.11 .
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the Jacksonville Zoo. They carried 2 j
picnic lunches,and enjoyed PRK!S t,GOODa1HRU;$ r, ,
seeing the animals,and the various DIXIE DARLING .

The amusement assisting rides.parents were: "KuKJiUGf6fc';t : ; '' ;. BEEF PEOP FAMILYBREAD \ \i

Mrs. Cindy Hodge,Mrs. Martha ,$jtr! : 5'" '; 'lII.- 5 20-.$1 9-01:. 1
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Mrs. Nancy Tetstone rw44 k ,
Mrs. Margie Mott,Jerry Prescott PKG

,and Mrs. Enid Bass : '.<,(, .. ::
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Teachers making the trip were ..' ,'.:;,.. :., ...vn.l .
Mrs. Hurst, Miss Hill,and Mrs. "'"1' "}('-, ,"'"
Jacksorv S..' 1 .J \ SAVE MAID PlNEAPPIE' JUICE OR GRAPE SAVE ISc THRIFTY MAID PORK & 4 4Mi'

announces Principal that Dewey the.McKinney 1772-73 :"+:,i!' ;;; S i' ;: : ;\ ) iiHRr: 3 Id CANS at $1 Beans 7 16 CANS o. $1

school term will start Monday, V'LWD ,
Aug. 28, at 8 a.m. Parents who fr#. K 'Y SAVE I8< THRIFTY MAl'I o. '
will be registering children In I '\' J Juice 3 'S $I ISAVE 100 Potatoes 7 $l00 l lSAVE
school for the first time are I. : Grape CAN CANS
reminded to bring complete ln> 4 ro : / J.e
<>.:-.. ( I7c THRIFTY MAID CyT' 40c THRIFTY MAID
noculatlon records report of ..
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physical tor on forma examination provided by a by doc-the ,. 11 c Green Beans 4 CAN', $1 100 Spaghetti 10 I -" $100 1

Health ,Department, and proof l t. '-1M- PER LS. SAVE \\lt THRIFTY MAIDTomatoes' SAVSJJc THRIFTY MAID TOMATO

of PERSONALS birth date of child.; BRAND U.5.D.A. 4 seat CANS $1 1 Soup 10 1";: $1 100

Fishing isgoodaroundBrook- i. GRADE. 'A' BROADBREASTED SAVE 33c THRIFTY MAID TOMATO JAV 4?< THRIFTY MAID' VfGfTABll
er. At least It was last Thursday $ '"'
for Mrs. Videll Smith when Juice e 4 CAN:s 100 'Soup . 10 -. $1
she pulled a huge 9 lb., 8 oz.
catfish out of Santa Fe River. S SAVE I7c ASTOR SLICED. CRUSHED CHUNKS 'IN JUICE' SAVE 35 THRIFTY MAID

last Mrs.Thursday Smith enjoys proved fishing to be more but T URKEVC. Pineapple 4 ,-; *1 1SAVE 100 Cut Beets .10 CANS Sloe

fun and excitement her
than ...
/ THRIFTY MAID STEMS A PIECES OCEAN SPRAY CRAM

Iva usual Mrs.Douglas trips., Pearl enjoyed Markey picnickingat and Mrs. 17 LBS AND UP O. Mushrooms 4 CANS $100 1 1SAVE Berry Sauce 3 CANS $100

Lake Geneva last Saturdaywith 46c ASTOR FRUITCocktail DIXIANA POIY BAGButter
the Marston Jordan SAVE VOc SWIFT'S PREMIUM (SLICED S3 59.) WHOll! 16 or, Teat
5 $100 1 Peas 2 $1 loeSAVE
family. CANS BAGS
Canned Hams 4 $339
Mr., and Mrs.. Mike Col son, . CAN
DlXIANA POlY BAG MIRED OR STEW
Sammy Hallmark and Mr. and JOc THRIFTY MAIO
Mrs. Bobby Jones and daughters SAVE lOc WD BRAND USDA CHOICE REEF BONELESS, ROILED I 24. $100
spent the weekend of.. July. 21 at ; 1 C tSllp'' 5.p$100. .Vegetables ,2 V,'
< A as A I Chuck RoastU.it $119 .... I. : !
Daytoha 1i aCh." a > ; 4 -e.-1 ..... : '
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T / CREAM -STYIE 'OR (J
Isabel Bristol flew to Wash r
'. I + AVE 30c ,W Or BRAND fuRS ((3 IB (' 1 \4) wlt' Eliot $100' Limas
ington D.C. on July 17, where 1 ) Corn 5 Baby 4 r:: ; $1
she was met by her uncle and Ground "tf.; : .73$1" C.N$
aunt Dr. and Mrs.Wilbur Gas, ; SAVE 35c THRIFTY MAID FRENCH STYLE FRESH CEORRIA

and Chevy taken Chase to,their Md.IHghlights homo .of at SAVE 31 1 Wp BRAND USDA CHOICE Green Beans 5 CAN$ $100 Peaches 4 $100

her trip Included attending a I,' E-Z Carve Rib Roast l8 $128 LBS
Chinese wedding, visits to the SAVE 2Sc THRIFTY MAIO' SAVE 16e THRIFTY MAID.
museum and zoo, and attending SAVE 40c W.O BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS
a play at the theatre. She Delmonico Steaks $189 Green Limas 5 CANS $100 'Lunch Meat 3 CANS 24::; $100

returned home on July 29. '
Airman and Mrs. Tony Cas- 9 8+ SAVE tit THRIFTY J"''D SLICED OR CRUSHED BLUE SAYTuna
tlen of Tampa were recent W D BRAND SMOKED PORK SHOULDER (SLICED 58.ll, I. 6
5 ?OA/:: $1 Fish 3 $1
guests of their parents. Mr. Whole Picnics II48c Pineapple' CANS :
.and Mrs. Ron Bristol and Mr. sivl38t ,
SUPERBRANO QUA TfR and Mrs.Leroy, Stokes and
W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP BONELESS I lB q PK $
families. 6 $1 Bars 2 .100
Dana celebratedher Margarine PKGS Fudge PKGS
Miss 13th birthday Dyal with a slumber ti Chuck Steaks 5 :r:;;; S" SAVE ". THRIFTY MAID FRESH SEEDLESS

party at her homo on Sunday, W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS
i July Isabel 30. Those Bristol attending of Brooker were, Cubed Steaks . 5 LES OVER OR 798 Apple Sauce 6 CANS $1 ,Grapes . LI 39cb b

and Lisa Ekard of Starke, SAVE Be THRIFTY MAID'/ VAC c CRACKIN' GOOD

Tommy' On Thursday, Cox and July children 27, ,Mrs.De- r W.D BRAND USDA CHOICI BEEF Bat WK Corn 6 2s'S $100 Saltines ''I 11015 M24c

ena and Bradlee, along with N.Y. Strip Steaks 1O AVG $998
Cherie, enjoyed visiting Mr. 'SAVE 20. THRIFTY MAID CUT SAVE lit DIXIE DARLING/ BROWN 'N SERVE TWIN OR

and Mrs. Mel Vickery and David SAVE 3lc All VEGETABLECrisco Rolls 2 59C
$100 '
Green Beans 6 Flaky
In Gainesville. 3 LB 68C CANS PEGS
Prayer List: Iva Jean Har- '4 Shortening CAN SAVE 20c THRIFTY MAID MIXEDVegetables LIBBY'S LEMONADE, LIMEADE OR PINK,

Edwards rell, Zuleana, and Morris Harrell Dyal.Ernest SAVE 21c PURE VEGETABLE 6 ii:: $1 Lemonade 6 CANS79C t

l Astor Shortening i 3 ::N58c
*: : SAVE JOc THRIFTY MAID SLICED TASTE O SEAFlounder

SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic N SAVE 33c TURKEY $100 Fillet 99C
OCOMACHICKl.SAUSBURY Carrots 6
Letters all sizes, colors. Per- CANS -
manent, for use on wood,glass ;, Meat Dinners .,, .3 PKGSYN $100
plastic, paper, metal leather ;;
ANYTHINGBradford County YN: SAVE 13l OCOMA CHICKEN. BEEF OR TURKEY

Telegraph. Pot Pies . . 6 PN 5 $1 oVINE THRIFTY MAID
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,........"". .... .... h. .. . .h" lip .T. .... ..... "'' It Costs Danny Brown To Lead

e... ... --- ) :i'fj'' ''itft!;I1,11ii;! : 'rtt i1\''it:1IN'\:: ,,\\, !!I1lt\t w.t..:\, (1.l". ) 'I .. .. ...... ..... .fi. ... To DriveAlmost Breath Of Life CampaignDanny

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$20 billion .vas spentIN Brown president the teens twenties and beyond.

on new ears last year accordIng Starke Jaycees, has been selected He stresses there is a direct

TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S wilt 1962 4 dr. Chevrolet (pale IN ,THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Bradford County. Post Office to the Federal Highway Administration to serve as chairman of relation between, the time of
COURT OF BRADFORD CO- Green) Tag 41SW-2061S. 1 I. D. COURT OF BRADFORD COUNTY County Drawer 939, the Starke "Breath of Life" diagnosis and the life expect-
THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER: Starke, Florida 32091, at 9:00: Indicated that a ma-
218391130375 Title 6378097. A* : Campaign of the National Cystic ancy and
of 1972
UNTY FLORIDA. FLORIDA. The owner a comport>> ,
,
IN PROBATE the property of the above named In ret, Estate of JAMES AUSTIN Will be required to provide a New a.m. Suspended August 13 Acoustical, 1972. for Tile the car spends on the average 10. Fibrosis Research Foundation. jor goal of the symptoms of

IN RE: Estate of JAMES REASON defendant and that on Monday BELL, m, deceased. Performance Labor and Material Ceilings for the Starke Ele- 81 cent a mile over a 10 year The announcement came Mon- lung damaging disease.
the 7th of August, 1972, Payment Bond In the amount The day from Governor LeRoy
Deceased. duly NOTICE OF FILING PETITIONFOR 100,000 mil norlod. owner -
School
of 100%.of the bid mentary and the South-
amount.
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll at twelve 0 clock Noon on said FINAL DISCHARGE OF of a subcompact modal v.lll Collins, general chalrmanoltheFoundatlon's
creditors of the Estate day on the premises of the Surety Company shall be licensed which side time Elementary bids will School be at pay 9.4 cents per mile and a Greater Florida Let's Go 8eatitu I
I to do business In the openedand with offices at 1000
of JAMES REASON deceased, Bradford County Jail. will offer ADMINISTRATIONTO : read aloud.SPl.t.UlI..A'tIONS. standard size vehicle will cost Chapter
for sale and sell to the high state of Florida and shall be Riverside Avenue Suite 613,
CONCERN according
are hereby notified and required ALL WHOM IT MAY 13.6 cents a mile
est bidder for cash In hand the listed by the United States Jacksonville.The .
to lie claims or to FIIA
any : AND CONTRACT the
:
demands which they may have above described property; of Notice Is hereby given that I Treasury Department. : DOCUMENTS Starke Jaycees, Gov.Collins
:
said defendant to satisfy the says, will lead local volunteers --
against said estate in the Office have filed my final report as May be obtained from ThomasL. .q
In funds
of the County Judge of ..aI resald Execution. administrator of the estate of PROPOSALS: May not be Casey Jr.. Superintendent, Performance'Labor and Ma- raising sup- "
research and for
care '
Bradford County Florida In P.O. Reddish Sheriff Florida James Austin Bell, IH,deceasedthat withdrawn for thirty days after School Board of Bradford terial Payment Bond In the a- port afflicted with severs asthma,' -......
Bradford County
the Courthouse at SUrke Flor- I have filed my application bid date.THE County, Starke, Florida. mount of 100% of the bid a- chronic bronchitis, bronchiec-
ida, within six calendar months 7/13 4t 8/3 for final discharge and that I CONTRACTORS! Will contact mount. Surety Company shall tasls childhood emphysemaand

from the ditto' of the first pub- will apply to the Honorable SUCCESSFUL BIDDER, Thomas L. Casey, Jr., Super- be licensed to do business In the, Inherited disorder, cys- HOtT :\tl'1'Fs-.'.; '
lien Theron A. Yaw.i: County Judge IF ANYI Will be so notified of Florida and shall
the state
(Jon of this notice bach: intendent, School Board of tic fibrosis. (Mini for lit? Outlttwril, "NLlpp.r. |
claim: or demand must be In of Bradford County, Florida, on within five days after bid Bradford County, for specifications be listed by the United States Brown the his fellow Starke
IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT The School Board of II VOID' uuthuuch'i5 )'* loniupnuer
August 4,1972atlOo'clocka.m.for opening. Treasury Department. |
writing and mast' state the place and all other Informa Jaycees will Join 40 other
of residence and post office EIGIITII JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF approval of chairman throughout the state ,
IN AND FOR MitiiiK uhitling" four'
"
FLORIDA puggr'l
address final discharge as administrator right to reject any and all bids drawn for thirty after bid
of the/ claimant and BRADFORD COUNTY. CIVIL and will visit all areas to receive days In conducting community appeal Iw"thlc" 0,11"0: 111011111110"1') l lIIIMIIHMI ml-
of the estate of James and to waive any Informalities.
must be work deter- date.
sworn to Die ceiling to
by claimant CASE NO. 1405 will be conducted through ; mi iniiuin'l| | ull'i gas mix-
: his agent or his attor- ACTION Austin Bell, m, deceased. mine for themselves the exact THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER, IF special events In the Starke line Iv.ull.|| In ,drut. I. .-111/1'. / iniiiorsjt.uk
ney, or it will become void A.W MARY DUPREE ELLA ELIZABETH Plaintiff .vs-DU July 6, 1972. Thomas L. Casey, Jr.' extend of the project. ANY: : Will be so notified with- area and will be held In the "Iooi"I1I1.' :21 I ,"'lnllll"C;" '
according to law. /sJames Austin Bell Jr. SuperintendentSchool in five days after bid opening. fall. ,plug:: |oitsiil 11| %''"I' own 1 'N iniiiin.it'
BEAT RICE(; P. JACKSON, PREE TIfton. Ga. Defendant JAMES AUSTIN BELL, Jr. Board EACH BID; Shall be accompanied The School Board of Bradford Gov. Collins points out that ,lot, i Iho' iui. .It-'I, iii<.|ltlllsliou' ::1)l)
Administrator of the Bradford County ( ) "i l l' oliMnnlrtl 1 purl hue
as Administratrix of tho estate by a cashier's checkor County reserves the rightto while cystic fibrosis Is thus ((1"1111",1. ;
Estate of JAMES:: REASON:: NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTY of James Austin Bell, Hi, de- bid bond In the amount of reject any and all bids and far an Incurable 'diseasethe l.i>...111\ '' lu( line "IH. 'jiiiiimcii"! upar |
,, .
7/20 3t 83ADVERTISEMENT oiin- otlu-r lini'ifiti in.nicr has
ceased. to waive Informalities.
Deceased. five percent ((5%) of the bid any life expectancy for
average
JOHN KOPLLOUSCMSIIAW ; : To: MARY ELLA ELIZABETH 7/13 4t 83ADVERTISEMENT price, payable to the School Thomas L, Casey, Jr., Superintendent these and other lung-damaged mill rnit'it'il.h, II 11 tn Ihv 11 ing 1nulOP/ ,ilic' How I IH ;IKO| itf ott'i lucl.**
AM) 1 KOPKLOUSOS: :: DUPREE FOR BIDS- Board of Bradford County.
children has increased one year 1"'Ulillll'| IllSHil| Ili| KHtllllfj; *HCI11(
142 West Call Street YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED NOTICE Is hereby given that School Board of Bradford for every year that Foundation for 11"11111'' Uiiici< iiuakc oi' tlclcowBPMy
Starke, Florida 32091 that an action for DIVORCE : FOR BIDS'> sealed bids will be received by TilE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER: County volunteers have been working. lilt: e atcr 1'\11111)'

Attorneys for Administratrix has been filed against you and the School Board of Bradford Will be required to provide a 7/27 2t 8/3. Many victims live up Into their
7/13 4183NOTICE you are required to serve a NOTICE is hereby given that
copy of your written defenses. sealed bids will be receivedby
If any to It, on the plaintiff's the School Board of Bradford + IpGl1 fa yra ,

OF SHERIFF'S SALE attorney, whose name and address County, Post Office D 1 pa6
Notice is hereby given that I, is I ION LEX GREEN Drawer 939 Starke Florida + ;

P.O. Reddish, as Sheriff of STARKE, FLORIDA and tile 32091 at 9:00 a.m. August a 0clsuum _
Bradford County, Florida under the original with the clerk of 8, 1972, for the Heating Ven- '

and by virtue of Writ of the above styled court on or tilating and Air Conditioningfor ,
Execution, to.wttExecution: Issued before August 14, 1972: other- the Starke Elementary I nalN

out of Small Claims Court wise a Judgement may be enter- school, and the Southslde
t>f Bradford County Florida ed against you for the relief Elementary School at which

pursuant to a Final Judgementfor demanded In the complaint or time bids will be opened and

Town Finance Co. at Starke petition. read aloud. l 1
WITNESS hand and the PLAN SPECIFICATIONS f
of Starke, I lorlda. and against my ,
Harold D. & Marlene Smith, seal of said Court on July 17, AND CONTRACT

defendant In -the( amount\ of 1972. DOCUMENTS: May be obtained -
from the office of Don R.
$400.00 together with costs of GILBERT'S.\ BROWN
collection. Morgan, Architect, P.A.. Post
BYs Beulah M. Moody Office. Box 987. (Walnut Street) ;
Have seized and have In my Y y.
Deputy Clerk
Cove
Green Florida
Springs
possession tho following described -
72041810GAINESVILLE and follows Ut far
personal property to- 32043.Associated as General Contractors : -

1615 Hendricks Avenue _.

Jacksonville. Florida 32207F. _

W. Dodge Company :
l Post Office Box SS47


Business Directory Jacksonville 0512 Montana Avenue Florida) 32207 ,favt' >f sweS'D7. SdVI! 2.2%I Sot)e,I 4i

: Men's Dress Pants Ladies' Dress Shoes '
CONTRACTORS: Will upon Masking TapeOEO/ Eazle 10" Fan ,
receipt of Ten Dollars ($10.- !''t.'rj' : !ii''rlr./v Tailored by nat.on't no \ A ftlaetd group of s- Tap. ttiekt firmly( Balanced bladat.Safaty
AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES 00)) made payable to Don R. 11' }h'.elf =i 1 mak.n Sol,d.,.,",..., rated ltyl*.,fabric, & Long 3 4"* 60 yd. roll rile J y rills. No motor ailing.
and plo.dt.. 302.. ""' colon Sw e S. '10.. that helps painting. 1 year quorante .
Morgan, Architect, be forwarded you Sl/r00 A !!Jt. = s.____
BRASINGTON two sets of plans and specifications : Our DifccounlPnc.,
collect. Full deposit, I Our Di.count / / Our DucauntPrica U. Wat Our DiftCOuntPie. / /

CADILLAC OM>SMOBII.K' Johnson & Paris, Inc. less postage will be refunded, Il 1 j Prlc. WasS c4 Woo 1.r99ssil 3.3x35 wos,9AO

provided plans and specifications
SALES A: SERVICE.
SEEDS PLANTSInNcctlrldef are returned In "good" 30 _- Sdvee47yI
2'r
Kino Selection of Uwd CanT condition within ten days of bid save Save e

I".-n On Oulillae Trndrs Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS ; opening. I It ..4 i Men's Shotty Pajama Boys' Jeans RAGS-E Ealp30-40W Motor OiNondatront S.T.P. Keep Kool IqtProtvctc .

:Dial N.W. Mill Ph. '71-5301( 'Ili tilt: 1 1t > Short .1.*.*. and hnoaonath. Hond..m. stfrit' ; <$lore ore mt* I ,.....,...nd ,
EACH BID Shallbe>ccompanled -< if t I I .. Solidft fartci* fu ... .. ''n I wflt'AiMMCttfcfmralniilndu 18' j.V..ntir.llaehnq I ; ;
\I. We Rent Fertilizer 8readc' by a cashier's check or bid ; I h r \.u'\1 J.i., A.B.C.D.1 m.taAaulel 11; aol !. try SMtt/leationCt. ; to r rA ',...m cl.an.r. '
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA 234 N.W. llh p's.,,37S- 47. I bond, In the amount of five per- t r .-

cent ((5%/) of the bid price, payable t; S li,'' I 1 I Our DiftCOuntPrlc l 1
GLASS to the School Board of tit Our DiftCOuntPrlc. Diccounl av.- Was I ...oi Dur DuuuM"
Bradford County.; Waft 2-rW V Prlco Waft .fl : ; y.1i.3Z P.... Was Y.83
;
acv
4 wheel drive and
Sales Part., Service Will be required to provide a Save //7G 7 32% Save 2s .
save ; cove
Clean Used T.yoU" LIDDELL Performance Labor and Material

1700 N Main 376-1269 Payment Bond In the- Men's' Nylon Socks Boys' S PC.;'Slack Set Tennis Racket r ti 9'i'' Playground Ball

Glass Company amount of 100% of the bid Comfort strata to (fit Boyt shut & matching. ( Idoal !for tho btginnorGivoft e i;, e. Dacurolad ,in variouft d.
Beauty Academy amount Surety Company. shall + Popular fall colas In b.I,. Solid pant h... top porformanc u.un.. Bdftv colas /Mar
be licensed to do business In ,ito> I 10 to I 13 ti. with "... 4-7. to th* young plays w a blonad. ball
"GUu' For Every Purpcwe" the state of Florida and shall
POWELL'S Store Fronts-Mirrors Our OiicountPrico :J Sere < .
be listed by the United States 1 I ourD..oun.a
S Tub Enclosure*-Showers Wa< Our DiftCOuntPricoWaft.2vCT, Elm Oa DiftCOunt
Beauty Academy Furniture Tope Olacs Re Treasury Department y1Tt? Mkt Price Wa.J-rtT

Ixmni a ProKnmlon In Tour placed PROPOSALS: May not be withdrawn f / .. 3y
4\\ Save 399 S f.sO 0 .. Sdve 'e S/a
Spore Time. Full or Pnrl Time NEW LOCATION for thirty; days after. bid .
314! N W 10th 37B-27M date. "'ac Ladles' Summer' Sandals Boys' & Girls' Shoes / Surfrldet Matties Rod & Reel Combination
12W S'. Muln 'Gain..ulJle 'fil
; ..c !:;
.
I
ELECTRIC( MOTORS THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER r... ,' 0 Cork tandolt and other '< A wide. tvlvction of gay 272" with rap. Sups 4 5'') foot rod has sturdy
372.8191 ; 372.1102 ig ( ..yl..Wd..I.clion., ,-....;;& .',I..dcolo..d.-. Irvngth cenuwchon.Ond wooden ........ Fo
ANY: Will be so notified withIn .. S 10. th. '', I .
5. > ':. lIght young 8' 3 b an. vinyl salt ra" Penn 77.
ELECTRIC
five days after bid opening.The "" S
School Board of Bradford : Our DiscountPMC." '
Motor Repair Co.Of .MOT01I4 Y('I.ELS County reserves the right to was Our Due oua GriI. ,}r v I Our DiftCOuntPrica 1 1 Our Dnceunt, US

CWUne'vllIr, me. Ills AND IIIVICI reject any and all bids and to y4i 8 Pic.. Wo 1J \ / Was ZA6 Ran Was z.Kt. !

c& waive any, Informalities.
Repairing a-tndlnl' UZVKIr' Thomas L. Casey Jr., Super- t. .sd9'1' Sat/C &( 1: Save 9 t StWel.o
:.;
Used .... "
New and .
'.. .......... .... Intendent School Board of .. ,.
2816 N.W. 6th.Se.\ Ph. 372-H.1H :.. Bradford County Men's Dress Shoes /. Men's Leather Work Shoes X66" Plastic Pools N Slide -i-; .-::'- Q Eagle Liquid Chlorine

,I J-, Comfort (last. Aftiartivdtylaft. ..... .... aruct- AeA' polyolhlono.l, uewpi' ,dl.man y boet.".,emI -
MOVERS .. ... .-.,. 7/20 3t 83ADVERTISEMENT 8n" black ..'.. I lon.Rugaad .01...Tan .pia., l7" h.gh.. 163 .Oa. $ trop growth ol olgat. No
.
"CI'OIO" IOMfTaADIS- S 5..6 12. ) S... 6'-12. gallon capacity.Comfortobla '$3C 3 (..pout* No r.turn.Moldtd .

Loin' I>i.iance Mating _.__ .
.. ...... .... .-u.......... FOR BIDS- Our Diftcount. Our DiftcountPrico 1 1 DurD..un. 2-1 go''. !jug. Our DiftcountPrico ,
Slor (e PicklnfCrating .. .......... .. ...
Prlco Waft-4-rW Was P"c.w.k92"! Wai JL-rfl _
S Shtvln C 372.9577 NOTICE la hereby given that

Free Estimate CaU I I D'COMIT Ir6 1.ot? sealed bids will be receivedby o 3/%
Sdve 9
Z4
the School Board of Bradford save4m Sale St9f/e

MUSIC County Post Office Infants Knit Polos I Ladles1 Blouses :3 PC. Ash Tray Set ; Sheet Blanket

30% acrylic with sham Shuv.I.s.Fa.hlanabl. Th,.. p..... ofthtroy tot 6S.. poly.>t.rf35ncotton.
I BALDWIN Drawer 939, Starke, Florida laavoft.AtftOrtod colart. collar ayes in past.l.l that ....... with, a stand 70"01 100"
32091 at 9:00: a.m. August 8, Sllt>2- 4. I > Ai'l, pflntt. 32 38. and haft a daisy. po"" .. Id.al //a b.och.e. .
1972, for the Construction of 3
PIANOS A ORGANS
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.
the "Bradford Bus Garage"a i 31
Van Inc. Our DiftcountPrico Our DiftcountPrlc
Service / /
I CHOICE OF THE ARTIST! ( metal building), at which Was Was Our DiftcountPrlc Our DI.countPri. / 1y1.5I
time bidswUI be opened and Wo.l*+f .. Was.l9Sdve49 .
3540 N.E. Waklo RJ. C'vIHe read aloud.
.ham;
J7Z-4Z71. _
Save 27 e L save I9X Save 2.5/6
AUTO SALES MUSIC Co. :' 1 PC. Aluminum CooKware Set
SERVICE PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS s 1
Ladies' Rattan Bags -.r...; Ladles' Flop Hats Aluminum Tea Kettles
BLOUNT C'vlll. AND CONTRACT DOCUMENTS:
Shopping
Cir.
PONTLVCCMS .
372.5351
May be obtained from : Baautlfully wovn strew Tr Stylist traw.*loc trim, lqt.covrd ftouc part. 2 Bautiful coppar color
INC. Ir.7t Inpapulurealas.Study and sibs attrocfiv* f.of qt. covrd ftouc pan 4 qt .d anadiid aluminum
the office of Don R. Morgan, \ "
Farm and Industrial hand 11 & fa>tnr>. .m. has. Summor colors. severed pan. tOV'fry pan. Two quart 111*.
architect, p.A., Peat Office -
Equipment Box 987 (Walnut Street) Green Our
1 / 1
Cove Spring. Florida 32043, Our DiftcourrtPrlc E / Our DiftcountPrlc Our DiftcountPrlc / / 1 .. g g
and as follows: Wo* 1<95 Waft 1.119 Was 4

Santa Fe Tractor Associated General Contractors
Factory AuthorledPenliac ) ISIS Hendrlcks Avenue iri save 4 Soi/e 39 Sd/e 9 SolJei9 0

FORDFarm Jacksonville Florida 32207F. Girls' Cotton Slacks A Ladles' Stalls ;" Girls' Shells Mini Flight Baa

I 100. cotton with hoi. Crawnall. and popularcollar 100ocrylic with bock 3 k.t.
Soles-Partl-S.rrle. Tractors & ImqlemenU .W. Dodge Company ...... ..1.'." ...l.gft. ftlyl.ft.ln .".,... y z'ppe<. L...., poatolft. ad pouch topihouUr_ ((lippor-trap.i.1. *.
210) H. MainCalnetvilU USED EQUIPMENT Post Office Box 5847 : I i SIIi,... .-6 X. SmalLirwdiura & .lorg"*. Small odium & larg. plac /for padlock.

Fla. SALES (1512 Montana Avenue Florida) 32207 f5. Dl.cou'W rffII: :
PART SERVICE Jacksonville .1IIi1iI 1
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372.2583 4468 N. W. tth 37VtS48 CONTRACTORS: Will upon receipt Pr c.wo.J..M..... a.4 Prlc.83 Ws P".w.. 1115 .- Prlc.w..Mf......

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LAW TEY Community .?.___-.__!,_. NEWS ABOUT SERVICE MEN --.n


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,By EII..beth"CHURCH !-"
U. S. Air Force Staff Ser St., Starke has graduated from Airman Leaman J:. ,\1\ I,
SCEDULES News geant James B. Clbbs. 401 S. ,the U.S. Air Force Communications son of Mr. and M..Ln' ,. III ,
Grace: United Methodist-Sun Kalonis and family of Jacksonville houser of Jacksonville, visited llth St., Leesburg. Fla.. has Service !Noncommissioned : A. Alvarez 002Marhe AllIIn "n ,d.
day School 9:45 for a few days.Mrs. their cousins Mr. and Mrs. arrived for duty at 11cker AFB Officer Academy at has com pie.. "'" I
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sm. Worship Lois Carter spent the O.J. Anders
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services 11 on Saturday. 3y Elisabeth Given Walker Okla. Rlchards-Gebaur AFB Mis: Air Force basic tralnlm.1) "n uAir ,
a.m. and 8
pun. week with her son and daughter- Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddishand Sergeant Clbba a communications souri.Sgt. Training Command'1-' i,..
Children's) hour Tuesday 7 to and Mrs.Earl Denmark Michael
8:30 in-law Mr. spent the weekend equipment technician, land AFB, Tex.He .
fun.Choir Practice Prayer meettiv 8pjn. and family Jacksonville with their son-in-law and DELL CHAPTER OES dlst Church Rev. J. Perkins Is assigned to a unit of the McGee. who received has been assumed ,u. i i I", ,
7:3p Thursday. before they moved to Atlanta. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dell Chapter 168 will hold Pastor. Sunday School each Air Force Communications advance military leadership nute AFB, III., foi ti.iiniiirmctalworkiiig '"
Church p.nu.of Ray Dorman, of Gainesville Pons In Tallahassee.Mrs. Its regular meeting at 8 jun. Sunday 10 a.m., with Supt. Leo Service which provides global management training Is a telecommunications 'nn." "'
Cod-Sunday School called on his brother-in-law and'.lacer. Richard and Aug. 3. All members DeSue In charge. Church
Wamsley Thursday .
10..... services communications and air traffic technician at Alvarez, a 1965 J jji.uiinii I "f
and .Worship Services U Mr. and Mrs. Bryand Richard, Jr., of the State Farm, are urged to be present each lat and 3rd Sunday control for the USAF. He Zwelbrucken AB, Germany. Bradford Coiuit\ Hk-it, MI." .,>I
a.m. pun. Family Night Reddish on Thursday. were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. and on ttmo. Business of vital 3 p.m. First Sunday Choir No. previously served at Clark AB, The ''sergeant graduated In attended Lake I'ltj U la. ""> -
7:30
I Wednesday pjn. Mr. and Mrs. George Shu- Lea McClellan on Thursday. Importance. 1 In charge. Third Sunday Choir .
Highland BapUst Church-Sun- Philippines and has served a 1957. from Bradford High muiiity; College.: I HIS >vn ,
day School 9:45 ford and family spentafewdays No. 2 In charge. tour of duty In Vietnam. School. His wife is the former ,Agnes Is the duirciuui, '>)1! M,
Services 11 a.m. a.m.and 7:30 Worship with their brother and sister- OUTDOOR ACHIEVEMENT The sergeant Is a 1965 grad Patricia V. Hellard of South and Mrs. Mutliuu >I. SMMHt. ,, ,/ ..
Prayer Meeting at 7:30 Wednesday : pjn. in-law Mr. and Mrs.Phil Shu- James E. Franklin, son of The Ushers Boards of Plea uate of.P.. K. Yonge High Australia. 1. Lake UuLlc.. .
ford and family of Belle Glade. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Franklin
JJ sant Grove would like to thank School Gainesville.
followed by Choir Practice. Craig and Lori came home with TOPICS and a 1963 graduate of RJE, their many neighboring churches His wife Cecllly Is the :-: ):::: ::::::::>.:::::1::::::::::..:<<.;.:<<.: .;.;:.:;:.::-.::'-::-.: WSKWK'SxI ::::::::::: ::::*::.:-:'.'
PERSONALS them for a visit. attended Orangeburg State College and Usher Boards for their daughter of Mr. and .Frank :f --- r /
Mr. and Mrs. C.L.'Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Darby Gasklns tv foi fgwtrtnSpecial majoring In Business Education help in making out anniversary Slovak Rt. 1, Keystone Heights. ;:;: lIB (' I '
of Jacksonville were dinner visited their 'uncle and aunt, .._.__._ and Accounting. He Is a success. The Bible given away S) A ]
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guests of their son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs.James Rosier on Baits commissioned as Tax Commissioner on July 27 by the t'sher 1 J \ ::1:1I.
Sunday afternoon. Agent of Onto and has Boards was presented to Rev. Lieutenant
daughter M.and Mrs. Robert U. S. Air Force First
Lee on }Sunday.Mm. That Fish. authority to perform all duties Roosevelt Dell, Jr. of Tam Mickey R. Dansby son
Tempt
Paul Smith and grandson Lamar Priest and Chuck Nor conferred upon such agents.Including pa. We thank each person who of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansbyof I. APPLIANCE
Ricky- of Burbank Ohio ton were recent guesta'of his For many angler prepare the authority; to Investigate gave a donation. 271 Alton Road Starke has
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ing special baits to catch cut- and receive Information as
were guests of Mrs. Elnora arrived for duty at Randolph .
fish and is half the fun of
of Jackson carp to all matters
Prlvett on Saturday. and Mrs. John Morris relating to such IV MEMORIAM AFB Tex.Lieutenant.
Ala. Other guests) of the going fishing. They'll spend laws and regulations.
Friends of Jeff Morgan son- hours funning around in the In loving memory of our dear Dansby a behavioral SERVICE
in-law of Mr. and Mrs.Morris Morrises were there their parents kitchen, mixing flour, various beloved husband father and scientist. Is assigned to I
Kelly regret to learn that he Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest spices and other common grocery CHURCH NEWS grandfather Mr. Ben Mc- the Community; College of the ::
Is ill In the Naval Hospital who spent a week with them items in an effort to find Ebenezer Uougald who passed away two Air Force, a part of the Air
Baptist
before they moved to Parslp- the perfect bait. And they Church ;1 FOR() COMPI.KTK
BoUiesda. Md. Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Bible years ago, August 6. Although Training Command. ATC provides : { CONWTIUMM ,
Mrs. Truby Wainwright Mrs. paD, N. J. mess UBUuIly that end-up surprisingly with a smelly_ Class each Tuesday night. you are resting where no flying, technical and basic ::1 SiCKVICK,: : FROM' TIn: 1\l1'I\I.I\ST\11 I ITlt>sTC
Don Denton and
Mamie Lou Rev. and Mrs. shadows fall. In perfect peace for U.S. Air
Edwards Mrs. catches fish! Prayer Meeting Thursday'night. military training ;1 ( i-ri.i.: SKKMCI: : Mi}\ v\" IH-I'KM: )
George Roberts Sr., Mrs.Ernest family, and Mr. and Mrs. John From doughballs to stink- Friday night, Aug. 4, your smile your love, and your Force personnel. H.previously i ;
Wells and Miss ArUiurlne Dempsey camped at Marathon baits each of these avid anglers Ushers Board No. 1 and 2 will kindness shall never be forgotten. served at Sheppard AFB, Tex. ? (ON) I IN Fill RK U\KS.: I (I' Ml.I %)( 4S.lO.t'Vtur '
Blanchard visited her sister In; Key for a week and visited relatives hus Mm own favorite have their annlversaryat8p.m. Sadly missed by your wife The lieutenant, a 1965 graduate
St. Vincent's Hospital on Sun at Boynton Beach. recipe and trying to pry it All children and grandchildren."Spcok of Bradford High School :
day. We are glad to report that Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harbin, out is dirr cult. Over the years Invited members attend.and Sunday friends School.: are earned his U.S. and M.S.degree i:: Prices Ami Quality \Jr orArc. /*
she Is Improving nicely. of C larks ton, Ga., were guests the fishing department ut at the University of Florida -.' ,
Miss Arthurine Blanchard and of their Parents Mr. and Mrs. Mercury outboards has kept 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship where he was commissioned in i;j Our I'ritlr
a record of every special hint 10:45. Evenlp( Service 6:30 1he Old1i17ZEl7
Il.L Barfleld last weekend.Mr. : ..
Mrs. Ernest Wells visited Miss formula they could find and The Junior Choir will render 1969 through the Air Force Reserve ::
Ensa Blanchard and Mrs.Selma and Mrs. Dan Starling here are several recipes from Officers Training Corps i
services
Eunice In St. Vincent's Hospital and Terri Lynn of Jacksonville their files. on Sunday. Choir No. program. iEHSOEI.TnIIIITOSElnlrE: : VII \IVKI
1 will
particlD te in ::
a Choir Anniversary
on Wednesday. Other visitors spent the weekend with And from a Mississippi! at Ablino ..- -e1' His wife Diane is the daughter :::
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were Chuck Norton and Lamar their parents Mr. and Mrs. River catfish enthusiast Church. Putnam Baptist I .\. :::::::-.: C of Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Davis
Priest on Monday.Mr. Doyle Starling.Mr. comes n doufthball bait made Hall on August ,-- of 3848 S.w. First Ave., Galnesville. Illi IIIHI\NJ.EI, I'' 1
and Mrs. Jimmy Sapp and Mrs. James R. Nor by flour mixing equul parts of white 18 at 8 p.m. Kev. R.S .... ....----.... lijemlti
and comment '
man and sons and Mr.and Mrs. or cottonseed .
and family of Miami spent the Walker pastor. Choir: No. 1 '"'
weekend with their grandmother G.W. Anders camped for a_ek cuke with enough will also participate In an anniversary ttlu-n. y..urr* an ryutiil ----. ;11";
water to make ;;;; .
a ruhlry .
at Blandlng. it'll l 1.1' tin1 .l.r :: 0101" .
i-prcrli U.'UI.n:1.1
Mrs. A. C. Feaico. douiK. Shape the halls about at Waldo on August .'* :: : .
Mrs. Edith Svrtnney spent a Mr. and Mrs. D.V. Thompson %thH inch in diameter and 20, 3. P.m. )"" III'r r..jlr.... Technical Sergeant Chest- ::;: .
week In Jacksonville with her and sons of Jacksonville were drop them into boiling water. Greater Bethlehem Freewill erB. M 'Lee. son of !\irIS. VLtry, 1:;:::::::;:::: ::::::::::::::::.:.:,,:).:::-:.).::::>> ::::::>>::>>.:x::;:;::::::::::::::::::::::: :: ::::::::::.
son-in-law and daughter Mr. Friday overnight guests of their Remove when they flout to Baptist Church Rev. Jasper L. McGee of 463 W. Brownie
and Mrs. Claude North and family parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred the top., and drain them on Williams pastor. Ushers Board
and her brother-in-law and Moore. some absorbent paper. Whenthey've No. 2 and Choir No. 3 meet
sister Mr.'and Mrs. C.K. Co Mrs. Marian Hall and Mrs. should be cooled sealed the in aoimhhalla a jar to each Monday night. Choir No.
wan and family. Cora Hodges of Jacksonville prevent their dryinjr out. 1 meets Tuesday night. Wed
Lamar Priest spent the week spent the weekend with their If that douKhhnll! recipe nesday night. Prayer Meeting. EveryDayLowPricc E\t tY a yLowPrice
end with his uncle and aunt,Mr. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. doesn't' sound tastv enough Thursday night, the Ladles Cir ,
and Mrs. P.H. Day In Cedar Key. and Mrs. O.J. Anders. All of the gang! at Mercury roundone cle will meet at the home JJtSister'
Mrs. Truby Wainwright spent them were dinner guests of another .that hns more flavor hut !;arahPrince, Dinnerswill CENTER CUT Pantry
two weeks with her son-in-law sister Mrs.Hester Hicks lakes more work. Boil twoount.pS be sold Saturday by the
of IT REGULAR GRIND
licorice root with Vjounre V V FAI R
on s Sunday.
and daughter Mr.and Mrs.Jack Ushers Board.
of aniseed in
one quart SIRLOINSTEAKS LPraae OR ELECTRIC PERK t
Sherrie
Misses Debbie and \ : ; )
D. Brassell and family of of water. Continue tailing until Sunday School teachers meetIng "
Westmoreland State Park. Va. Napier. attended a surprise only u pint of liquid remi will be held Saturday at 6
lIer son and duaghter-ln-law birthday party; for their cousin, i in*:then stir in Vi cup sugar p.m. Sunday School 9:30
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wainwright B.L. Wllklson 3rd. In Jacksonville and enough flour to make Morning Worship at II. Bap. COFFEELB SUPERMARKETSSTARKE'S
of Pittsburgh Pa. visited her Saturday nlghu a still dough. Mold the hulls tism at 11:30: with dinner at
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc and cook in boiling water as
12:30. League. 4 Even
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while there.
in the above p.m. S. WALNUT ST,
Mr. andMrs. Les McClellan Clellan and Jeff of Starke were recipe.And ing Worship, 6 p.m.
if of these
none smells
and Mr.and Mrs. Cecil Craw dinner guests of their prarents, right you can always throw Pleasant Grove United Methodist Ltf.d $
ford spent their vacation sight Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan, in whatever happens, to be in Church Rev. L.J. Perkins I29 59 '::';, '" ., '"
seeing In North Carolina. on Sunday. the kitchen cabinet.: Some pastor. Sunday School '
Mrs. Edith Swlnney was a Mrs. David Johnson of real odorous concoctions have 10 a.m. Love Feast, U a.m. BAG I'-
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guest of Mr. and Mrs. NIcoIos Atlanta and Mrs. Ruth Steln- discovered this. way. Communion Services 3 p.m. .,

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> and is a local acoount-
In "
Billy Noegel has People who are under 72 cording to social l security
for re-election in In any month of the year officials here.
I Miss Martha Buckley 5 and has drawn com and who are getting social The report should be
made when the work begins *
from Charles Schae-
in the security
runner-up payments and
Queen Pageant, Miss Schaefer Is an employe: working should make and again when there
I Prevatt 1972 Bradford Florida National Guard sure is a change in either the
berry Queen. and Miss Blanding and is chief their earnings estimates for work or estimated earnings,
1 Ann Barton. 1970 Starke Police Volunteers this year are up to date, ac- a spokesman said.ELECT .
a volunteer fireman for
I County; Strawberry - -- - -
be sponsored by the ; !
.t first man's annual Club of Florida Starke L. bidding for a third A
Leaf Queen Beauty He was elected in 1970
;, The pageant Is being ; some years ago served r WORKINGBUSINESSMAN 771
i term on the council.
sored by the Agricultural
"I Force of the Lake ; a Starke used car deal !F.i
bia County; Chamber of .'
a.
merce. Contestants ; Clerk Merrill Edwards Ytkt '
I the deadline for qualify AS YOUR REPRESENTATIVE ;
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Fire Funds. the September 12 city; k"' ON THE JIM LAWSON .
I is August 22. He said
registration books will A COLD' DAY "
(From Pag. i 1)) until 16 days before CITY COUNCIL IN SIBERIA J
There are a lot of jokes about*
a franchise tax to Russians being shipped to SI-'
cities. Collection of a ; the election city; electors CROUP 3 1'c' >:la and haw cold it Is In that,
tax for a public agency vote on abolishing the f.ir-norlh country. Just how cold'
be a new deal municipal court and on You'll Have Better Balance With docs it get In Siberia Well the
Lewis, customer the city government temperature has been (known to'
pervisor In Palatka, to the mayor-council form drop to 90 degrees below 0.-
afternoon. t the council will elect" Wow, (hat's cold. :
Its members to serve JIMMY BOWEN In (act. the snow find Ice pile,
Lewis also Immediately \ ) dual capacity of mayor 'up lo such great depths In some-
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saw a big outlay of areas of Siberia that the frost
computer programming voters will de- 2 often extends several hundred:
YEARS
the additional Item on to extend the term EXPERIENCE AS YOUR CITY fort below the earth's surface
tillty'; bills. Neither did of the councilman, po- COUNCILMAN Thcr; are only about two months-;
the Idea of consumers chief and city clerk from ,of above-freezing weather, and
higher electric bills, to four. 5 YEARS WITH CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT even then the' temperature never;
Ing to FPL for an >> climbs higher than the upper.
of the tax. 80's
"It would be quite many. are not even reg OWNS AND OPERATES OWN BUSINESS If you taro '',,Put In the cold'
Lewis said. ; to vote," said Clerk come in and see us. Our custom-:
) ., appealing for Starke EMPLOYEE AT TERWILLEGAR MOTORSDon't ors always icccive' a warm re."
to become eligible option. Service! Is our byword-
In the Sept. 12 first mid we make every effort to--*
A list of names which make our customers happy.*.,
; been purged from the city; 'Come by today
rolls Is posted in the lob- You Think This Gives Him
the city hall, Edwards
If a voter fails to vote
straight elections In the BETTER BALANCETo '".s

On All ; ; his the name list must until be he purged again ,(Tags. F RleA -;,
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Vol.: 94 Nb. 1 2nd Section August, 3,1972 Leads

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r Sub-Dist. Softball TitleStarke's Junior


Starke Dixie Youth GolfersLocal

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Ma- drab). has fought Its way
Green through the losers bracket and youth golfers lined up
Bantam Baseball Team chine is the winnerof met Tate Electric In the finals : with 52 North Central Junior
the Men's Open of the losers bracketfor ; I Golfers Thursday, June 24, at
the right to get a shot at I )ji" the Wllllston Golf Course with

Sub-District which the Machine. Cunningham lost (, .,:. ; f Joey Herres. of Starke taking

makes them eligiblefor to Tony's 5-3. defeated Bobby's ,, '.:,: ,\ .1\\. :{ .. first spot In the eight and nine
Needs Another Victory 23-15. Harry's 20-8. Palatka '' "dfiw ,, ," old with 18 strokes
;' ; : : ,:,! year group
District in St. V.'tWi 4" '!" ,;
Merchants 19-12 Lee's 13-3. ,
i"I'F' )\ \ :, .. for three holes.
Augustine August 11. and then downed their local arch Donald Davis of Palatka shot
rival. Graudons Hippies 7- ijf l? a 52 for 9 holes In the 10 and

Starke's AU Stars In two American: will battle to remain to be played In Bartow, beginning Cram Machine beat Tate E. 5 to move them Into the game 1 .., 11 year old group. Campbell
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games have made a real strong alive with the winner of that Monday August 7. lectrlc:, of Gainesville In the with Tate Tuesday night. ;r ';; "''.\" iiI Tucker came In with a 44 for
showing by winning two out of struggle to meet Starke. Should final of the tournament The Hippies got off on the ,;\iI:;"il: '; :' nine boles In the 12 and 13
game .
two and only one right track by downing D & H .'' ....!
games are now Starke lose their nex game Tuesday night 16-8. '"'"'' "\.1., a year old group and GlendaEpps
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win away from a trip to the which was scheduled for Wednesday Four of GMs runs came into of Gainesville 11-6. but ran Into : ,. ... .\:.,';. !: : : '; ... of Starke won with a 55 for 9
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Dixie Youth State Tournament.This August 2, they will play Baker first inning and eight came trouble with Lee's 11-7. that ... .. holes In the girls division
tourney Is composed of the final game of the tournament In the second with the other sent them to the losers bracket. ... .. \ .. Bret Cole of Keystone Heightswas
tour teams of boys {ages 9-12. Thursday 5:00: p.m. four adding up at the last of There they met Shurflre -"" L.. ', low for the day with a
The tourney' opened play The winner of this District the of Alachua and won 145. They; .. 74 for 18 holes, and Cathy Up-
Club SetSBenefit '
Thursday July 27 with St. Tournament will advance to the game.Woody Strickland made three then defeated Tony's Plaza 9- .' : church of Palatka shot 59 for
Augustine winning a squeaker Dixie Youth State Tournament '2 and Burden's of Palatka 7- 9 holes In the girls division.
run with two of them being A straining CM Softballs is out at first during the
Bel-Med National of Orange 3 before being eliminated from
over homers. In the 16-17 year old group,
Park 7-6. '. Marcus Rhoden was tope In the tourney by Cunningham. final tournament game CM of won the undeafted.Men's Open Sub-District Softball John Evans of Gainesville shota
Dale Player, a hard throwing the hitting department with 75 for 18 holes.
left bander allowed only one. Lets Go Th f three. Kohden also had two The next play will be at the
hit while striking out 17 bat- oarmq A benefit horse show and runs, one coming from a singleIn Keystone Heights Golf and
Chuck
ten and Issuing 11' walks to fish fry Is scheduled Saturday the first Inning and the other Register Cissy Long Country Club, teeing off at 9
gain the win. August 5, starting at 5 coming from a double In the a.m., July 31. Conclusion of
The second game of the tourney P. m, by the Baker County second. the tournament will be at the
saw the Starke nine send Riding Club> west of Macelen- Larry Hlngle, Donald Falcon Are Tennis Program ChampsChuck Starke Club on August 7 witha
Bel-Med American of Orange ny on US-90, according: to Lee and Bonnie Thomas all had two banquet and presentation of
Park to the losers bracket by -
Norman. runs for the Green Machine. awards.
the score of 143. Starke led .... ... Proceeds: of the show will goo Hlngle got both of his runs Into Register and Sissy bracket while Sissy took the to Gainesville on several occasions -
this game only 4-3 going Into two persons: Bill Bennett first and second Innings Long are the champions of their championship In the Intermed- to allow all of the
the bottom of the fifth Inning IIAI.K-SKASON: RIG Family of Macclenny: who lost with single hits. Donald Falcon classes In the Bradford County; iates. students to play at the same rr *
but In that half of the inning INSPEI'ION: : MEANS all their possessions when their hit a single In the second Summer Tennis Program's singles Participants: In the summer time. In Gainesville\ there are
exploded for 10 runs and av4-' "' 11.1.! .SEASON: AH.OAT house burned, and George Ray Inning and then was driven In Tournament for beginners program selected Debbie Thomas about 10 courts for the\ students Political observers are still
3 victory. The highlight of the iiiiHinlalii .Halibut, : Johns, Macclenny. who is recovering by.the only home run In the and Intermediates. as the friendliest and instructor to play on. puzzling over how the new
If a f""K..I luilicik young electorate will vote.
fifth Inning was a grand slam from brain surgery. Walden.KiamortMcMllllen Register won the beginner Bill Shields spotlight
Ilk uiii|"iiicnt ullvi, IfatlungIliu game by Johnny, "Replacing the net on the Youth may be waiting to
home run by Mike Kitchens. The fish fry starts at 5 p. ed Eollne Green as the most
lap| Ills dcocnlllllKhl be qiiiikel second court and painting It make its mind until its
The winners had eight base 7 coachable and cooperative. up
lliaii |ph11uuvl.' In ollllllr'a;, >., a m. and the riding at p. m.,
hits with Dinky Kllby being the will Shields said that participant: would make two courts available parents announce their choice
|lfMMIIie.. iHiallllilll.. Ulll ItlllH;, III JH.llmliLitlly Norman says. Trophies It
top hitter going three for four. tliL'ik hiii Iatll'sItlplllclll| | go to the high point rider for showed high Interest and cooperated "rather than the presentone so can cancel them out.
Mike Kitchens ,and Eddie Ak- may.. indeed li.i\e \ir)>' nlmil., HIIMIMalUmt. "" the night In each class, Nor- extremely well. Shields said. a e
rldge had two hits Keith Kel- man says. "They came to learn and
ley one. After half a HCIISOII. of rough line Both the Bradford and Union worked hard and played hard. wwwONLY
Kitchens was on the mound il'. al"'IIs bent lo (ji\c jour ligit Riding Clubs are Invited to "Tennis can be enjoyed fora
for Starke and went all the complete going 0\cr: carcfulh. participate in the event lifetime, and I commendthe THE VERY RICH
checking the ti.nlvr, hull niotoi,
with only three base hits. school system for makingthe
way ,
aut'urnicvtlud sucks dc\lte lluie'H
On double header ) free lessons The CAN AFFORD CHEAP AIR
Monday a 11 IeI'UI'o.i..n.' IIOMI, iKialing c\- possible.
Rec Area
was played. In the first game pals ill ttinindc Moloi, lo help cooperation of Mr. Gene Ray-
Bel-Med American eliminated made" thai I l.isk it lillie e.isirr.Make burn of the Recreation Depart CONDITIONINGQUALITY
Bel-Med National from the tournament HIIIO' uiiu iiiiilri is in lop To Be Built "" ment also deserves recognition -
on the strenghth of a loiuUiion, 'tar' highua, i*' Ili."tI. In- ," said Shields.
4-0 shut out hurled by David s'x| 'U l llu uhctl 1.-,"hilo, upaikingilifiit At Hi SchoolFour [ Starke's Recreation Department WORK
North., North allowed only three \ it miei: >...n\. .. and. ilutk the me.in "e. I'. tennis court on Pratt
hits p"ssulC. Kipaii. d'"II"II"h'l'' tennis and volley ball street has seen considerable DOESNT COST-IT PAYS
Innsthe IcaiU, I lir-iloun. nlLipi tend chiiniN.leiiii'iiilx'iing ,
second Starke l I this
Free lessons
game and badminton courts r use summer. -
alno lie law l courts '
and St. Augustine met In the null. to greaic have been approved by the Brad- ',.: e occupied the courts In iiOWN REFRIGERATION

finals of the winners bracket A Iran in Atalet. nm knglh "f ford School Board,with construction \ ,III\;I the early morning and the late
and Starke came away with a niciiiiinl.iie, It sunsets have allowed much evening WEATHERTRON AIR CONDITIONING
lime, tiHii.illy a Knge! to start before school ._ .
very big win by the score of amount of uIhI, hht' giowtli on UKinideitide. Mi't1t.' 4'' playing. HEAT PUMPS'
15-9. '1 hi* natural. fouling of opens.-The.courts.will be.for. the \ -" -" Adult,as. well as-teenagers'. or'""+"STARKEj. FLORIDA- if!
- anke-lumped-omte'i T-0 u.,1>iiU'. .udaan! ; ; lime lieineur.dun scramble for the privilege of'
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swing 1:
education classes at 226 Walnut Std
1'.. hoat'ii ruse of physical ,, .is tight i .
intend elk"11 the the
but Str ,Augustine came on (I"rllrt" playing on newly painted
back' to narrow that gap to iimu and m.im'iurl.iliilil: 1 )' lo at-the high school. A 10- tennis ball while I ..,a... mate 1 Chuck Regl tier a' ('..n".
keep inaiiiie-gioulh, at a minimum foot fence will surround the waits action.!
7-5 at* the end of three inn- ,
liy' nun lilting tie hull at Intern tnls area where the student parkIng .
ings. Then in the top of the '
fourth Starke once again came 01 'Ix" .tier )ei, gill! )out burl a gixxltt.ih lot was last year. Green Machine had 15 hits .. I
\II alier each line.Dining .
compared to Tate Electrtc's 12
up with a.big Inning plating .
mill w.i .>n ,111; itiilhoaidluoloi Some resurfacing has to be
seven runs I with tour of them Hlioiild hate Inv I, Njmik, plugHleiiiinril. before Cunningham Gulf was also up
done and the fence put up -
against Tate Electric In the
happening")iwhen Mike Kitchenshit .
leaned uiul a icplaietl iliMeilive.
be laid
the courts can
Ales-second: grand slam of I him ICIII.IIIIK line t\tt if next to the last' game but lost
the tourney Starke had six Ilir I 11111101 has" not bran fie' <|nenlhliHvil. I out. 12-7. ThanksWAWa
hits and were) led by Dinky KU- .. ,liinpril' the lull n\Hleiit. it-mot- Head Coach David Hurse drew Leading hitter. for Cunningham
by and Mike Kitchens,each having log giiiiiim, or foieign tlipoHiiM, futon the plans for the all-purpose Gulf were Terry liar-
. two and a home run each.Jeff Ihe i tank' luel limn, iailmielor: and 1 outdoor recreation facilities. dee, Claude llardee, Ken Carlton -
Jockel and,Randy Cor bin had the luel, lilicr.Stu Eddie Douglas\ : and Dwight r
ihtil the lower cane in Elder
gear all with two hits.
other two
hits. tilt fiom water or sin' biilililei ,anilih.inge 1 I'lilling up taut hur ncciln'l I Iw a Crlffls was the leaderIn
KeithKelley pitched the first the oil if noicu.iM." link III''''\'jolt .'II'q"ellll.I.lIgc iiiiiuiiuii, Johnny
Inning for Starke, lour no ne,1 uitinual' ,, for oilier' points of weal 1 and glass mu' im.iclic. l lo the run department with Ed-two
three batters he faced..DDinky mailing .nlid..carure. '' IlIbll"i,". I Hit: line unit will follow the nut hoe followed by Ricky Bennett,
KIlby then pitched the remaining If the pioptllir, i Is nii kid 01. ba"ll l- into )511111IHIIII.. 'I lo lul II|, lice thin die Douglas, Cordon Beat. Cal- "
five Innings. St. Augustine I lIHMII.. il should he lepikhfil or in.HU'l' the Et: III."lcc..S" : !Serb Ite vin Varnes and Dwight Elder,
used three pitchers Issuing lepltittil. Rrnw m111r. the piopellcr. suggest nuUliing I : uiulior line! up each having one run.
is cMiemeh impoitaiil, for. the ,mill tlitun Inline" llic clinging giiiiw"
17 bases on balls to the No home runs were hit by.
Starke team.i t bo.lt e.peed| fuel I tonsiiiiiplion and mill weal Is clear of V.IICT. Cunningham Gulf but two were :
inim>'rtine' of operaiion..Ski For Your (d
At. this 'writing three teams hit by Tate Electric: In the last : operation i

remain In the tournament with \ lioiiuling' l.udlcr mu In1 a KIVIII of the game. .
Starke the only team not having bell* aie all light far fallen lulilitinii .. with "
ii U 1111 (iiiilMttiul 1.>1. eft The Green Machine, very I
a loss. nkit'i.*. nhu happen lo ha\e glad jH'ii.ilh.. ui. IIII.hor1"11 all hands little competition, has breezed
St., Aumistlne and Bel-Med iiinniing I tapabihlieiii: .lie. Liking .1 "'h.'ohillllIIIIL/ through the Men's Open Northern -
Sub-District n Tourney at

Westside Park In Starke. State
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years contenders, the Machine for the past had three very WE REGRET ANY INCONVENIk *E THAT MAY IIAVE BEEN ;

Vote For And Elect little trouble going Into the finals CAUSED BY THE CLOSING OF stATE ROAD 230. AS LUCK
scheduled to be played
I! Tuesday night, August I, the WOULD HAVE IT, THE ROAD RECONSTRUCTION WAS DELAYED ;,

closest game being at 13 2 BY THE
CONTINUING RAINS
\ JIMMIE CLARK victory over Tate Electric. The
Machine got rolling by downIng -

Bobby's Hlde-Away, 27-2,
\ then defeated Tony's Plaza of ALTHOUGH THE ROAD NOW IS faPEN, OUR WORK IS NOT :

JY URl Macclenny 23-0, and then blasted QUITE FINISHED. AS YOU DRJVE: BY OUR
Lee's of St. Augustine, 40-1. SITE YOU 'WILL' .

In the finals of the winners NOTICE THE WORK IN PROGRESS ON RESTORING AND RE- / .' f
bracket the Machine defeated
.I: SHERIFFOf Tate 13-2 to leave them defeated PLANTING THE ROADSIDES. '
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going Into the Championship I
game Tuesday night. ,

Bradford County Cunningham Gulf after dropping :O" ..... :-
; their first game of the

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*,A N.tiv.Of Bradferd County. Bern And Raised In Brooke Married T. The ,...., :;

Linda, McRa., Daughter Of Russell And Eula McRa. A Family Man With" Few Son*. 1 ,
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Graduate Of Florida Highway Patrol Training Academy. ": Your Friends And Neighbors At .t: r;

.* Graduate Of Two Hundred Hour Law Enforcement Training. 'h" ';' ..., '
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Former Radio Operator And Jailor Of Bradford County. : .. .. ;: 1

Former State Trooper. I ,..;" \\ : ,,

Former Starke Policeman. PENSKf ,,



Jimmie, Clark Promises Performance over and we won. ,QIt's On ,4\t\ :1 <[U PUN]) ;

oar fourth attempt the Fan ,
._ 24. Haw, A Day Prelection Which Means A Deputy On Dvty Around The Clock T. eke. team won at Indianapolis.If .saaaaasa

Protect Your Life And.. Property. you followed the nee
know D
you that Mark ono-
tAll\ Calls WILL B. Answered Promptly" And Pretest. tonally. nno's victory was not a foregone

1- Will Have A Special Deputy In E.... Township Within Th. County. eondtnion. In. fact team-

,.. Te"Organlse. A Jr. Deputy Program Te Teach Our Youth A Better. Understanding Of Lewi j met Gary B.tt.nhauean'sP.nekeMcLsren was conetetenUy .

.Enforcement. Basle Fundamentals, And Combat: The Dreg Problems. That Face Our faster until the eec Trail Ridge Highland
And Other Problems. GIld weekend of time trials.
County ,
And it appeared to be teeter
That As .YOUR.Sheriff. My Office Will .. Open Te YOU Tho Pooelo Day Or Night.EARED I, on race, cttory must lane chare
of the gobo Mark
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have owned at onetime
All statement that about 40 grandfather
THE OTHER SIDE another Individually
or
percent of the lake residents
collectively most of the
being In Keystone Heights and or
Matthews Involved In Dr. Parson
Dear Mr. : property; -
Bradford FA zoned
County ,
ab ; proposals. We know the
N la not correct These are inNelson' *
This letter 1 is In responseto history and growth trends of
Dr. Phil Parson' letter and Paradise Point the Lake Geneva area for over
RA areas and very few of these.
concerning coning proposals
by his committee pub- residences meet actual RA zoning 112 years.

r lished In The Telegraph of July requirements. If he Insistson We also know the topographical -

I "' 27. I respectfully request that generalizations. I'll point and ecological changes,plus
you also publish this letter* out that a number of the homeson a well educated Idea of the
\ How many faces can you recognize subscription to the reader who correctly a rebuttal of his proposals.Dr. Nelson' Point have septic trends to come In the future,
How Many Can Yoifm In this picture of Starke notary's softball Identifies the most playersin Parsons'assumptions are tanks at or below Lake Geneva to more) than a'good degreeof
', ,, team that met the Lions Club the picture. the opinions of himself and water level. The homes are accuracy.' Frankly we are

? ', "Ladles" In a hectic Softball. game approximately eight persons Jammed almost together over not Impressed with Dr. Par-
'I". Recognize !, riped 15 or more years ago. Entries must be in our office by next as opposed to approximately most of the three-quarter mil sons' theories and opinions.
,I as I Monday and the correct list of names 84 percent of the property owners distance between Nelson's Point The "experts" within Dr. Par-
,. Arc The Telegraph will award one-year will be published next week. concerned. He Is giving and Paradise Point.This three- sons' folds also do not Impress -
.,f.t' "Ih'r opinions on technical engineering quarter mile distance will Increase us. We do not believe

'" : ..,, ..... and health problems?: In the pollution potential their opinions nor do we accept -
.-.. "'-. "- \" which he. Is not technically qua many\ times over the rest of their yardsticks of mea-
... lified. the approximately 12 miles a- sure. We base our statementsand

,. 'r round the lake. feeling on fact. We will
".,... Tho group of "concerned cit- debate of these
publicly any
izens" are In many cases directly Bear In mind these septic
etDlTOKIALS i ("
t 1 1r ,1\. guilty of Infringing on tanks and homes are In the ,issues with his group.In .

)w Jai, ) the rights of those others who so-called RA-zone area. RA Mr.

-w'' ; are the majority; of property; zoning Is not the answer. Bet we will summary not ,accept Matthews the pro-
of the state
ter enforcement
owners around Lake Geneva.
posals of a small minority of
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"J, laws Is the correct answer.A .
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t For Dr. Parson' Information good many of these RA- self-styled; experts, and wit Intend -

Those 'Holy Land Rumors there Is no property; available zoned homes will not meet the to fight their proposal I
on Lake Geneva for requirements.Dr. to the full extent of the law. ii'II
', i public sale' EXCEPT 160 feet We "believe In the ancient law :

;1 If rumors were a dime a dozen the :"the>!Baker-Union area what Disney of frontage adjacent: to his property Parsons Is making a rash of "live and let live.,"

,residents of Baker and Union Counties 'World has done for Central Florida. ; on the east side of Dr. Irresponsible statement when Thank for kind
he If should you your cooperation -
Parson's land. This piece of questions we per-
would be eating high on the hog by now. property; Is known to be the mit (and I quote) ". .these In publishing this letter

"Several businessmen In the Olustee direct reason for the panic to who are Insensitive or moti- I
Even U the rumors never materialize and Sanderson communities which have form an HA zoning committee, vated for reasons of a 'quick

they make Interesting conversation *amblned population of about 500 are and the statements he makes: buck' with no regard to planned Maj. Owen B. Baker I

and there Is always the already, forming plans for expansion 'are not based on technical fact development to satiate every USALRetiredKeystone I
Chance that something might come or objectives. Dr. Parsons Is square foot of available lake- Heights, Fla.
if the dream comes true.
free to buy this property. ; at front, under the !guise of providing .
of them.
the market price. lakefront bonus for '. H'
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j! t.dftJItThey have heard that large foundation Jo* Cross In his hobby workshop. everyone who wants one."

'"street talk" around with massive financial backing 4 His next statement on the Dr. Parsons must realize that Fellow Citizens:
;'!K According to will erect buildings and scenes of the Gem Stones purpose of his committee is we live In tho U. S. A. and
.our two neighboring counties duringthe Holy Land as described in the Bible. Cutting to lower the density; of popu- we will have equal rights to On the night of July 26 at a
past few weeks unidentified developers lation. Does he propose extermination develop and enjoy our own lake local laundromat I witnessed
are negotiating to purchase :Lake Palestine a 900-acre body of Is Interesting Hobby of part of the pop fronts as we see fit, and the four grown, adult women star-

a large tract of land south of Inter- mater ,about seven miles south of 0- ulation? There is no way and other 84 per cent of the pro- Ing and laughing out loud, and
lustee will reportedly be used to rep- this purpose Is not based on perty owners on Lake Geneva slapping their knees with glee.
10 In the Sanderson-Olustee area
state resent the Red Sea.A sound fact or logic. Even If have the constitutional rightto That's when I saw what they
Of Baker County and the northern part Joe Cross has cut and pol- one of his most prized pos he achieves this zoning the live on this lake or buildon were laughing at. It was a child

of Union County around Lake Pales- ished more than a thousand sessions. population will not decrease. property; they own to the who was quite obviously deform -
large portion of the site collected from all
ine.r suggested gem stones lie has five children and they limits of their desire and a- 'jd..Sorno .
is owned by Owen-Illinois and since parts of the world, but one of Mr. Cross chuckles when he have future families In mind, blllty.

the paper companies do not usually sell the prettiest In his collection recalls that he offered to make hopefully. other'. lilidren. led the

_and for any once they start was cut from the bottom of a his daughter a ring from any must child away.
Although nothing factual Is on record purpose Sprite bottle believe it or Dr. Parsons also rea-
growing trees on It the developers are gem she might choose from his lize that all people have the
Needless; I
today had tearsin
the Is that the property variously not.
vet, story ; collection., "But she 'didn'twant SENIOR rights of othersor
believed to be trying to other land same
buy may eyes all the way home.
estimated at from 25,000 acres of them-- she wanted'one
in' Order to trade with O-I for Mr. Cross follows his inter- any does he believe in this simple I pray that the little child doesn't
will be used as a site for a new acreage from the bottom of a Sprite translation of the Golden
up, M the desired location. esting hobby at his rural home CITIZENSFrank think that all of us Starke are
tourist attraction In the form of a n> *. (the former Mary Johns place) bottle, he said. The Sprite Rule? so cruel. I was sure that such

replica of the Holy Land. One story on 22SA, where he and his bottle stones are beautiful savage and Inhuman behavior
,[ The area under discussion Is roughly wife have lived lor the past! with a pale green color similar With regard to the "no change went out with the Dark Ages butI
(has It that the project will cost upwards ,
to emerald and to the "
a light in tax Assessments\ Dr. Par-
bounded on the north by Interstate 10, three years.He Williams, candidatefor was sadly wrong.
of $200 million will take several untrained eye might easily be
sons must bo indeed naive when
to complete and will onthe, east by State Road 229 on the retired last June from his mistaken foe a valuable Rem.Mr. Representative of District he the tax assessor stat-
years SR 25 addressed the Starke Senior says Citizens, beware. It's right
west 231
and
by dips across the work as a Civil: Service air-' ed that .change. would be
plgy 3,000 Citizens and. no .. here amonut!
"gwjn iyKifv Mstptttir-line"ot gBaker! County in'. -T"trSrf" tnefchanlcftrtf1' JacksotkKH members ,projected ._
't : : made' In tax assessment; }lgobviouslyi J3 11rr9 _
.save. t three i main points as a
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I+ :*, rf u;* M*! .{ ft {**tile northern edg*1 of Union. To nM Y villa! Naval,AirtfltatloM' tort' \ .. Crpfis are the hardest" that sub-dIamonds plank in his platform pertainingto ,knows.iMWft fwfw' *9 _- Charles.* lIandaif
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.. On 'a recent ,trip to Baker: Countytb1. ; .tives'of'the" area it is known as p.M ".al1..,H. ItS /....*.. St". ;;::
Trot. the state of Florida i'ke"tla.WISH .
sum ;
and cutting other diamonds. Con- gen- values increase
foundation for In his garden When
try and discover some time working A of property
declared that doing other chores around the trary to popular belief, however erally. lively period questions rest assured, the tax
( the rumors one source materializes and discussion followed.
If the development is good they are not the most
when the weather will make Increase
place a positive
land speculators had been In the area Possum Trot could very well become but rainy days and weekends find valuable gem being second to Although it was hot Frank stay- also. Ills aim seems to be to I'D
all week trying to buy up property to "Tourist Trot" and bring prosperity: him in his workshop where he emeralds which are the most ed until all were satisfied. He tax the old people the retirees SAID
resell later at a big profit. This per- It builds muzzle-loading, repairs valuable. Jade Is the toughestgem said he had much to learn and
and growth to this entire area. study and if elected he would and the young couples THAT ,
:r. felt that the must be true and rebuilds old clocks, he said. oft '
son rumors woMld] also bring problems but that work on legislation the needsof getting a start, the shoresof
because some of the speculators were 7 11d !lie price that is always demandedby and cuts and polishes his gemstones the poor elderly and for all Lake Geneva. Their right 1 Is
of which he has more Mr. Cross enjoys having his to enjoy their property, the
t. said to be connected with banks locat rapid growth such as that now beingjf than a thousand, Cutting and gem stones around, just like of the people.We same as his right to enjoy

In the area. > experienced in the Disney World faceting a stone is tedious work, some people enjoy pets. When are glad to hear the that his. Many of them are third,
I..d ; requiring a great deal of concentration asked if he might be persuadedto Houston Driscoll arrived home fourth, and fifth generation pro- Most kids nowadays thinka
area. and patience 'lite sell one, he replied, "Only from the hospital where he will perty owners on the shores of well balanced i meal-is a hamburger -

". ':i 1' o date there has been no official )A longest he eve r spent on one if 1 was in the mood and didn't recuperate good health and be brought again by backto his Lake Geneva who have been in each hand.-Doug

+. ?; } d from source about In the meantime we can only watch stone was 40 hours to cut and have" any money In my poc loving wife and family and we here decades before his ar- Coleburn. The BlackstoneVa.
Announcement ket.
any
....... facet a five-carat star ruby. rival. CourierRecord.Luck .
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latest ,
,'. the proposed tourist attraction, which andj, wait-- and listen for the .. pray that he gets well soon.

.....' some residents believe would do for yjufnors.history. Margaret We are Jackson sad to returned hear that to We of the opposition know is a hit or miss affair -

Alachua General Hospital We how long Dr. Parsons has been but it is usually with the

hope her Illness is not too here. We choose to plan our folks who don't count on it.-

I Ea&letonllncident; r-------------l' serious as we want to see her own property rights and de- Earl Jenkins. The Index,
: The well and with us again in the velopment. We own our property Hermitage, Mo:
; outright.
near future. .
By Bobby 1.. Taj lor Karl Hoist Is mending nicely Discipline is something for
;: The Eagleton Incident, culminating He points out that the whole and he and his wife, Ada, are I believe I can speak with every child to learn but the
t" >the Senator's withdrawal Monday nightas 'tragic history of the last world war, c looking forward to seeing their some authority on these matters lesson requires! a wise teacher.

the ,Democratic nominee for Vice including: the murder of the Jews in We have mentioned before 1/2 to 2 pounds per acre can son and daughter and 5 grand- since I, my father, my -Charles Williamson Jr.,
President clearly than and the extermination of that tobacco\ may: not be our be used will'out a grazing limitatIons children whoare coning to Flor- grandfather and my great- The Darien (Ga./) NPWB.
points more Germany '
up
In our Counts limitations
biggest crop grown There are grazing -
ever the 'need for a firm policy for millions of human beings in the Soviet ; ., but It Is still very Important if you use Toxaphene, ida for are a vacation.We to. hear of the MRrtha-

checking the past and present modif Union is now being blamed in large to us. Tobacco has done Pnosdrin or Parathion. Remember demise former sorry club member ..,.: It's a woman's Hy Sue McCainCounty I
,cal records of those being considered measure on the psychological quirksof It's part In paying bills on the no matter what pesticide Eileen Donahue. She and her '9 I

: for positions of great power and re- Hitler and Stalin total farm operation on severalof you use, always read late husband, Mike, resided in -I; 'flnnrfrf7) Extension
our farms. and follow the label directions Starke for number of months' vvlxlT1 Home EconomlcMgen'
.di .ponsib1l1ty. v. (
;
; I visited the High Springs carefull and to the letter. until Mike was hospitalized. .
Although no anology with Sen. Eagle- for the
'\1 tobacco market open- Soon after they returned to N.Y.;
., In spite of the Senator's reluctance ton.. is intended by Mr. Reston, he points Ing/ sale Tuesday, July 25, and Mole crickets can be as destructive where Mike passed away. They
to leave the ticket, his withdrawal was 'tai ."the clear and unavoidable fact that saw our tobacco sell as good as army worms. Evi- were very enthusiastic Club GRILLING STEAK OUTDOORSDo Select a steak with a few

-. not unexpected considering the great men with the power of peace or war as any on the mirket.: Even dence of their destruction Is not members and Eileen kept cor- you always get good results flecks called marbling, which

:;I' pressure that must have been brought particularly since the invention of though excessive rains and poor as easy to see and a lawn or repondence with us for almost when you cook steaks! on will add juciness and flavor
growing conditions cut our total begin dying before 3 outdoor ? and also prevent the steak
pasture mu> jears. May they both rest in your grill
'? on him to bow out for the benefit of atomic weapons and Intercontinental yield, our quality Is good. you realize you have (hem. peace. How can you keep a steak from drying out so much. A
1 J'the ticket. It is impossible not to feel listtc missiles should be checked objectively I've remarked many, times At the present time, the only! \\'e missed some of our Keystone from curling during\ cooking? thin layer of fat around the

., ."some degree of sympathy for' a man before they are nominated that. what I like about our county material cleared, for treating Heights Club members Slash the fat edges of the Inside edge helps the steak

.. ',!A placed in this position and to hope that electedand checked regularly and objectively ; agriculture Is that even pastures for mole crickets I.a is tt out last meeting Ed Roberta steak before cooking : retain its shapt, cuts down
measures will be taken to insure that thereafter." though we are not big In the 5 percent Toxaphene bait.at had a setback with his health How often should a steak be shrinkage, and adds to the appearance
production of any crop, we can the rate of 20 to 30 poundsper and it was Just too hot for others turned during cooking? of the charcoal-
such a debacle will not happen again. w and do produce a quality' pro- acre. There are grazing to travel. Turn itonce.Broil until brownon broiled steak. If time, the

Disagreeable as it has been for all duct of a great variety of crops. limitations after applying the Harry Rosenshine, who is In one side, turn It, and con- budget, and other conditions
Columnist James Reston reminds us concerned if the Eagleton Incident results I've heard, and believe the slogan bait so again, follow label his 91st year will be travelingto tinue cooking the other side. permit one thick charcoal-

that the need for closer supervision of,1I1e in changes in the system in order that things are Bigger and directions. Philadelphia and other partsof Turn the steak with tongs to broiled steak for 2 or 3 people -

medical records of our people to avoid such dangers in the future it Better In Bradford.To the countr to renew his old keep from piercing it. Jabbinga Is preferred to a small
produce a quaIl! product There are several materialsyou thin steak for each
acquaintances and business steak with a fork person.
power has been shown down through will'-1',..have'served a worthwhile purpose.In we have to do a good Job can use for mole cricketson firms with whom he had worked loss. in Juices and, consequently causesa Better results usually will be

: 'ip'1 controlling Insects and dis- your lawn. If you have this (for over 50 yean. Have agood a loss in flavor. obtained by charcoal broiling
1 : ""J aie. This Is the time of year problem, call your County A.gent' trip. Harry and hurry back! Should you salt a steaK before steaks that are thicker than
to watch for army worms and Office In Starke and we three-fourths of
inch
1 ...-- Bill and Hazel Richards are or after grilling? an thick.
'. I! mole crickets in our pasturesand will discuss the use of these doing a fine Job of handling the Salt A Hank steak scored marinated -
each side after grilling.
;'" lawns. material or tenderized other
; office of House Chairman until by
The Bradford County 4 o iJ There are several types of .. Karl and Ada Hoist are able to This Is Important because the means make a good and economical
and e seasoning may draw the flavorful -
worms loopers
arm grass steak
TELEGRAPH vq be active again. We lure miss for the outdoor
1 such as Fall, Southern Stripedand Karl and Ada at our meetings. Juices to the surface and grill. A sman piece of porkor
;, other. These caterpillar I would like for our folksto Lucy Tucker accepted the slow the browning process. beef fat can be placed In
'm \ni1SHCr4S79: : : ahsBibte or worms are the Immature know that they can be proudof iltion' of secretary until Doro-po- What Is the test for doneness the center of. the steak and

stages of grayish-brown. a young man who has represented thy Kerrigan gets well. ? the steak rolled around the fat
rnrs., The females lay their eggs them and Bradford Received a letter from Viola Use a sharp knife to cuta and secured with round toothpicks -
: I And God saw everything In great numbers on the lower County 4-erain the best way Knight, secretary of the Green silt In the steak. Cut near When the steak Is carved
., FLOR I DA. .p RES S that he had made and behold. leaves of grasses and the larva while serving a* President of Cove Senior Citizen Club agree the bone. If there Is on. If the) carver can slice between
'I -. .It. was very good.-(Can. begin to 'feed a* soon a* the Florida *-" Council last ing to our proposal to meet with the color inside Is red. it'srare. the toothpick and ,make an

:/ ASS 9' ,t'A TI ON 1:31): ). they hatch. These moths tend year. them on August 22, and asking' well. Pink done.Is medium. Brownis Individual serving of pin-wheel.
.. to move in large numbers and that Frank Williams com: steak or steak-on-a-sttck.
4/i- ) the worms can literally stripor Walter, Prevatt Is to be com- and speak at their meeting Broil a 1-inch steak :* total Charcoal briquets should beat

1 : .' I Genesis 'e"ndth.tthe... destroy large areas of pasture mended for an outstanding Job Our .next meeting will be h.Tdat of 10 to25 minutes, turning least 6 Inches from the steak,
; It about the cook-
was a plan of order In the creation or lawn almost overnight. of leadership throughout the I 1p.m.'Tuesday Aug. 8. In midway during Coal should be burned down
envisioned For successful control and and the Pratt Steet Recreation Ing period. The shorter the until they have a uniform flame
as by the. inspired year especially the fine Job
a E.L. MATTHEWS, Edis.r-P.blish.r writers of this book. to prevent extensive damage he did at our rec.ntH Congress Center. Plana will be made cooking time the more tenderthe and white appearance' A few

ft> Pybli hed each"Thursday and entered .. Second Order' i* basic to the foundation .. treatment must be made when Even though Walter could then for our trip to Green Cove meat should will be.meat be sliced green hickory nut*,green twigs,'
'. Jjf Class Matter tho Put Office at St.r(FUrida# of man'* world. Divine the worms are) small.There not succeed himself a* State on August 22. when both club Why the ? or chip of oak or hickory will
cross grain
I under Act of M.ch 3rd. 1879. V# are. several material +-H President, I'm sure that will meet Jointly and we will add a different and also desirable
order In cleared to control the
human relation Carving against grain
our on
Subscription in sred..s: 1 year $5.00; Owttido Sevin worms we will be hearing and reading have a great day together.Jo flavor than Just charcoal
,,make us a harmonious, contributing pasture as a 5 percent gives uniform slices for attractive alone.
trade area: 1 year $5.50. part of our world. dust at 20-30 pounds per acreor about Ms activities and accomplishments serving and, the meat A final bit of advice'Never

..,..,.."..- Let! there be divine order. 80 percent Sevln spray at ,In the future. -- Kerrigan 1 I. vaster to eat keep a good steak waiting:


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1 1J 1971-72 Termed I
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I'!' Finds Florida On The Boom liJ, :M "..'.... change In Public Law 91-
666 raised the amount of the

, : Veterans Admlnl.tratlonarrant
, Using Florida's four per cent a 53.8 per cent Increase over stab! surtax during this fiscal ty; collections) growing from :.1. for purchase of an automobile
states sales tax Ma barometer, the Jt, to $2,800 and for the first
$17,100,928 collected In June :year a 53 percent Increase) last year's fiscal year total of
business has boomed In Brad- 1971. over last year's $5,869,257. $48,457.679 to this ;year's $' 9, i time, gave Veterans Adminlstratlon
,, ford County as well as most Collections for fiscal 71-72 Taxes collected from occupational 297,010. '. authority for replacing
other parts of the sear totaled $287,981,552, a 24.7 per license fee totaled $3. Fiscal year collections for It and maintaining adaptive equipment
I'' Bradford collected $63,919 Instate cent Increase! over the$230,941, 982.653 a 8.53 percent Increase gas and oil production taxes totaled on automobiles previously
403 collected In fiscal 7071. over last which $3, 1.027,142. a 79.88 percent 1 f acquired by disabled veteransof
I'i taxes In June 1972, up IS year was World War a and the Korean -
744854. Increase over last $571,
per cent over the $53,539 collected years
I Motor vehicle special fuel Conflict,according tW.B.
i Fiscal collections the
for
In the same month In year 020.Express
Mackall. director of the FloridaDlvl.lon
this"fiscal
1971. Baker County .collected tax collections for corporation capital stock tax company gross receipts ,
; NURSERY $30,344 this June, up 21.86 ;year totaled $18,908,198 Increasing toatled 3043052.a 34. 3 per- totaled during the 1972 10 "rM e f rtgi th of Veterans Affairs
: from last year's $13 cent decrease fiscal $10,416 while last
over June 1971. Clay from last year's year To be eligible, a veteran must
County 898.425, 36.05 !In _
; collected $118.664 In a percent $2.626.647. year they toataled $12,804, a have suffered a loss, or loss of
June 1t72, 8.91 crease.Severance Fiscal year collections fOr decrease! of 18.65 percent.
percent
up over
SPECIALS one or both hands, feet or eyes
: June Union tax on solid minerals the corporation privilege tax Insurance
1971.
County; collected premium tax total- In military service.
f $11,340, up 19.76 percent the dscalyear.totaled $1,222 Lastyear'stotal 905 during totaled 9966264. Last year's ed $39.864,426 during the 1972 "..- Such Items as power brakes,
i over the $9.463 collected Is not available. fiscal year from July to June. "
automatic shift, hand dimmer,
: I June 1971. Fiscal la not available.collections Estate tax collections total. Last! 'year' I. not available. Dr. R.S. Mulllns receives a July BIP;award for the and hand controls are among
IFREE An "unusually good year" year on ed $31,341.393 thI.fI.calyear, Utilities tax collections totaled construction ol his newly built animal hospital on the provisions of the law, Mack-
boosted state Income from totaled documentary stamp tax while during the same period $23,967,801 during this totnn_.. ... .. all says. However adaptive equipment -
58,5115,157..a 4b.bt last -
I major taxes to almost$1.5 billion cent Increase per- year they totaled $18,411. fiscal year a 13.66 percent Increase w w will only be authorized -
last fiscal over last year's 393. a 70 percent Increase. Fortunately back when, we
YOUR year which end- over last year's $21, U the veteran has a valid
I CHOICE ed June 30 ComptrollerFred 39946085. A 1.73 percent Increase took 087224. first! took to wheels, a bike drivers Ucense or learners
40 lb. Cow Manure ) O. (Bud) Dickinson announced $9,320.019 was collected In place In the Intangible tax(coun- During the fiscal year the The tlsttrt of the' women' was' a bike sad there was no permit and Intends to operate
: Monday.- Dickinson said the corporation Income tax col- liberation movement are feuding need to spell or pronounce: der the vehicle himself.
: 50 lb. Michigan Peat tax yield "clearly shows that lections totaled 27873659. with one another In fact allleur.
Cu. Ft. Florida's economy generally Bradford To Get $381,000 Last year's total Is not available they are acting like, welt, uh,
Sphagnum Peat: performed better than the nation sisters.
12 as a whole during the 1971- More In Social Security 1Icct
WITH ANY I 72 fiscal year that ended June. I TEMPLE
30." How much do Bradford County compared with the 1970 total of A FARMER AND BUSINESSMAN JIM
10.00 NHKSEKY Booming building trades, so- residents stand to gain a* a result $1,908, 000. I F + H
= i omlng population and completion of the hike In social security The Increases will be auto-
Superintendent Of
I PURCHASEflIOTI of Disney World were the ; payments, soon logo Into effect matic. :No application for them ,,
main factors In the high tax ? need be made. Bill Public Instruction
i yield, says the Comptroller's What will be the average size As for the rise In the tax rate .
, office, whclh keeps a watch- of retirement checks to local needed to pay for the bigger CAPABLE
i j ful eye on Florida's economic beneficiaries, under the new benefits, there will be none until LOCKHARTSTATE Was Blaelad lit Chairman or The
| growth because! of the effects schedule? January 1, according to the Alaehua County Curriculum Council
on the financing of state govern Based upon the latest figures new legislation In I Ml. Ai Chairman Helped Etablllh ..
ment. from the Social Security Administration REPRESENTATIVEDistrict t Pilot Program For Educational
SPECIALs ; I Major taxes showed a'30.4 which give the numberof Chang.
I per cent Increase over fiscal recipients In the area and ... MOVIES\ 25D.moerat
1970-71, Dickinson noted, providing the amount they were getting at (Pd. Pol. Ad..) A Professional Educator Concerned With Today Youth
I Ii the state with $348.3 the beginning of 1971, their total
STEPPINGSTONES i million more In receipts. benefits will be approximately
"There .Is more construction $381,000 greater per year than Florida Theatre
I Ii now that at any time In history they were before. "1
always !
i guess once an actor
last
Dickinson said. During the four months of

I i "And there are signs that will this year be effective, when the their new rates get It and out actor.of your It's system hard to", EVERY
pay- HOME SHOULD HAVE
i ANDTABLE = the long term gowth rate of menta will rise by $127,000.The Jack Lemmon said during the
the state may be shifting from filming of Clmema Center
populous South Florida to leaser new bill, as voted by Congress Film's "The War Between Men
i SETS I developed area. provides an across- And Women." which opens Fri
"Profits are up. Interest the-board-boost of 20 percent day and Saturday at the Florida ONE OR THE OTHER.
rates are conducive business for the 28 million retired or disabled Theatre.
I 10% OFF i: expansion and providing the workers and their dependents Filming on location took place
consumer with more buying who are getting social security In and around New York City;
IN. ; checks. and Santa Catalina Island
deliveries these power. In almost all areas, on in
at
r1ce'l'' business ts having difficulty; Under the new scale, the California."Charro".
S -I keeping up with demand,"Dickinson annual payment for a retired with Elvis Pres-
added.Florida's. single worker would go from an ley will play with "The War
i GARDNERS corporate Income /average of $1.596. to 1.932: for Between Men and Women" Friday r
tax which became effective In the average retired couple and Saturday.
: I January, already has netted the from @ $2.676 to $3.240;for the "Prime Cut" will play Sun
SpecialAll :
state $27.8 million In the first single worker with maximum day-Tuesday at the Florida
six months of Its collections. benefits, from $2,592 to$3,096 Theatre August 6,7, and 8.
: and, for the couple getting maximum 0
However, as In years past,well -
i ToolsSprinklers : over half of the state's tax !Income from $3,888 to $4,632. 301 Drive In Theatre r
some $875 million,came Just how much a worker collect -
i i from the sales and use! tax after retirement Is directly Paul Newman, who served as
which was up 22.5 per cent related to his earnings during director and star of "Some
i Tank i over fiscal 70-71. his active years and, In times a Great Notion," now
Sprayers Highest percentage Jump In turn, to his contributions to the playing at the 301 Drive-In Model 38CS 33.0OO Btu's Model 38GR 36.OOO Btu's

Income came from the gas and pension, fund. Theatre, Friday and Saturday
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NOW i ii oil production tax. ,which was 'The""latest annual1'report of starting at sundown.
i the Social
Security Administra
80 than "' .
almost 'cent! more
per lion' shows paymentS going to On the set of Universal/ CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONINGTwo
10% OFF the previous year.' Bradford' County-beneficiariesat Newman-Foreman picture in
i "The Jay oU fields and other the average yearly rate of Technicolor and Pahavislon\ in
I producing wells brought more $990 per recipient. which he Is teamed with Henry
than $1 million Into state Fonda, Lee Remick and Michael
In the Great Outdoor Units for Quiet
Beginning
I early part
k coffers," The Comptroller of October, when the first Sarrazln he summed It up: ,
much for the
served. "It does so ego
Estate taxes wore not far behind checks reflecting the Increase to find yourself on the telling Dependable Cooling Choose NOW for
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i with a 70 per cent Jump, September, the local and rather that the listening

i II' i brought large estates on by several during the unusally year." will be $1,188 per year.average end.Playing Sunday, Monday, and IMMEDIATE Installation at Special

and as a result of the Internal What It adds up to, for the Tuesday at the 3011s"Hedonis ,
Revenue Service reducing filing local community as a whole tic Pleasures" and "Excited"
ii time from 15 to nine months. is pension receipts next year of both rated X with 18 years olds PRE-SEASON Prices !
The filing change became effective approximately $2.289.000
: as and up only, addmltted. J to
Dec. 30, 1973. By October
i 1971 both filing dates were THE COMPACT INCLUDES: THE ROUND ONE INCLUDES:
i beginning to overlap.

: Statewide, sales and use tax New Computer Designed Fan Assembly MoneySaving 2-Speed Motor..Cruises
collections totaled $74,266, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
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S 431 In June 1972, a 19.84 per Assures Top Performance! Most Days Speeds Up For Scorchers!
: cent Increase over the $61,973,
Mls 602 collected In June 1971. Fiscal STARKE Special Overload Devices Safeguard Internal Protective Solid State Controls Monitor
I I year sales and use tax collections -
5Z from July I, 1971 PHONE= !>l200 through June 30, 1972. totaled
$875,774,971, a 22.45 per cent Attractive Compact Design Compliments; Neig ibor-Pleasing Upflow Design Tosses.

i j Increase collected over In fiscal the 70-71.S715.226.226 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Your Home's Landscaping! Heat and Sound Skyward!

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June 1972 totaled $26,301,206. Priced From Onl Priced From Only
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t An investmerftJ in Your Future r t _' ... FIRST Sunday CHRISTIAN Service Sunday CHURCH School Sets Revival Baptist

i 9:45 ajn. Morning Worship

' if' if rr w walt re : ..-. p.m.10:43: Youth a.m. Evening Group Meeting Service,,Sun 7:15 A revival beginning Monday

I tal. day 6:30 pjn. August 7, and running through

I" l :. .. L J 00 S .l m'II r.t. ,r. flJ FIRST.JC. Brown ASSEMBLY minister OF GOD Friday.Clay at Beulah County August Baptist on U.SR-21..Is.scheduled .ChurchIn 5 ..5n"


Tot when row tenure H. then wil ,your head In rks" Raiford Road & Weldon St.
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
Merle Packham pastor S
JORDAN MISSIONARY HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF GOD BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Worship U. Sunday Evening Rev. Baptist Church In The-
of Hope
BAPTIST MISSION (Highway 100 at Thereaaa) LAWTEY FLA. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning CHURCH. STARKE Holy-Eu 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30: will be the evangelist.

U.S. 301 North behind Tas- Sunday School''- 10 a.m,, Schedule of services: Sunday Worship 11 a.m. Evening charist, lit and 3rd Sundays. -Charles Thomas, pastor mass will begin 7:30: pjn.
tMFI'MIDrI"1n. Sunday Morning Worship, ,-. II ajn. School 10 a.m. Morning Worship Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer 8:30 and 10 a.m. Morning Axial music will bat providedeach

School 10 a.m. Worship S.rvtce training Union 6:30 p.m. at.U. Evangelistic Service Meeting 7:30: pjn. Wednesday.Rev. : 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays night. .
U a.m. and 7 pun. Prayer Evening Worship: 'tilt: p.m. 6 pjn. YPE and Prayer J.C. Saunders, pastor prayer at,10 ajn.HAMPTON NORTHSIDE BAPTIST The public .Is Invited.CEMETERY Mike,Branson
Service 7:30: pun. Wedne.4 .- Wedneaday Nlgtt.Prayer Services Meeting each Wednesday 7:30 CHURCH

day. 7:30 panty )Rev. Merle p.m. .- Rev. Daisy Klght, pas FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHRISTIAN Intersection of Highways 16 Sets Mission
4 -Leroy Olive pastor E.L. Packtuun paator. tor. STARKE CHURCH (North) and 225. Rev. Wayne

Grinds, associate Astor BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Sunday School 9:45;Morning Sunday School!|10 ajn. Morning Wells Sunday, pastor.School 9:45: Morning WORKING For MormonsElder

3, NEW RIVER BAPTIST Sunday School ,10 a.m. Worship HAMPTON,CHURCH BAPTIST Worship, U; Junior and Senior Worship U ajn. Evening Service at 11. Evening; Service, There will be a working at Michael Bran-
Shaw Terry
MYF 6 pastor.
ti Sunday, School 10 a.m. Morn- Service U a.m. Church Morning groups pjn. Worship 7.-James 7:30. Wednesday Service, 7:30: Dyal Cemetery on Saturday 1971 Bradford High School
School -
a.m. Wednesday Youth Choir ,
Sunday ; Rehearsal son
Training 6.30: : Evening 5. Interested
big Worship II p.m morning Aug.
ajn. Training pjn.
union Worship 7:30.WednesdayPreyir: '* Service 11 a.m.; Bible Study 7 p.m. Prayer Meet. LAURA'BAPTIST' are asked to come graduate was called for a two

1 8 p.m.7 p.m.Wednesday Evening Night Worship. Meeting 6:30 p.m.1{ Evening Service 7:30: ing. 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morning CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH for persons the day and bring mowers, year mission in Ireland for the
ser- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
via 7:30 pjn. Everyone 7:30 p.m. p.m.Wednesday 7:45.: Worship 11 a.m. Evening Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning hoes, and rakes.EVERGREEN.
wel- and
Prayer Rev. George L. Harper I 7:30 Midweek Bible Day Saints.
come. Rev. J..D. Robinson: Worship : p.m. Worship II. Training Union,
I Bible Study 7:30: pjn. Study, Wednesday 7:30: p. Branson 1s the son ot Mr.
Jim Countryman paator Melvin Hamel. Pastor LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL m. ; 6:30, Evening Worship Pastor 7:30.: REVIVAL,!, 'nd Mr. Jesse D.. Branson of
BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Be In church Sunday. Starke.
HOLINESS CHURCH Rev. Jim
Black '
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN BROOKER. FLA. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Branson attended four' years
Lester Austin pastor.
Sunday, School 9:45 Rev. Jim Temple paator.Sun Sunday ,- 9:45: a.m. Sunday Morning Sunday Worship School U am5,: nth; Evergreen Baptist Church in of Seminary during his high
lath School 11 a.m. Morning Worship o Lawtey will start It's Revival President
? Morning Worship 11 a.m. day School 10 &.m.RonBrI.tol. Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship school serving Regional -
Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Practice Superintendent.Training Union, 6'p.m. Training Union 7 pjn.Tuesday ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC SAMPSONITE "Surburban"AtCache August 7-13 Monday through of QTa Florida State Se-'
Wedneaday 8 pun. 6:43: : Lowell Douglas. DI- 7 p.m. Evening Worship. CHURCH MACCLENNY Sunday starting nlehtlv at 8 pun. mlnarles during 1970-71.
Prayer Meeting 7:30: Cases black. $23. Charles
rector. Worship Services II a. Wednesday 7:30 Prayer Ser Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy Reverend Emorg! Branson will fly from Jacksonville -

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Service vices. p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey pastor Day Mass, 5:30: p.m. Bradford County; Telegraph tf. will conduct the services. on August 24 to Salt
LATTER DAY SAINTS 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw music -Rev. Bob Cooper pastor Lake City where he will reportto

1404 E. Benefit Road director. ... ....... ......:.. .. Mission Home for five
: .......m. ,.. '""- -.t. ..... ..,.. the
.
Family Home EvenngMonPrinary < days.

Tuesday 4:30 p.m. GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE

Wedneaday- Belief Society WILLBAPTEST CHURCH t Roy"P'ir II cushioned end coma 'In VINYL SEAMLESS /f'm mor.lun'with
7:30.: Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday, wldlhl. H.I e.!>nIDl backing.
Thursday- M.I.A. 7:30: pjn. School 9:30; Morning Worship- Rcul"r!, 1'lw FLOOR COVERING lG! .,00
.
& 3 99 d
,. v .
Sunday- Priesthood 8:30a.m. 11; League 4 p.m. Night Service 4..1U: "w! "" Sele t

Sunday School 10:30: a.m. Evening 6 pjn.Rev.. Jasper Williams !- Million Air has millions tiny air bubbles I METAL
Meeting 6 pm.Sacrement. pastor i to cushion your step Perma Polish NoI ""
WATER.COOLERS
Jesse D. Branson, Branch I Wax vinyl, in 8' and 12' widths Hat .
President. |a&bastos backing' [iJ"J'I ,
,, LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST juliil Prlui Scotty's 3.69 : Hot.dipped Insert Is galvanized.
W yd. ,
HEILBRONN BAPTIST CHURCH I 3.99tqyd.| Sala Price, Plastic liner Is absolutely nontoxic _ _
I CHURCH HIGHWAY 10 N. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng sa 1",11 Marquis. in 6' end 12' widths Is quality J odor and taste.free. Three
a
II Evening i gallon galvanized cooler.Soonv's .
Sunday School. 9:45: ajn. Worship a.m. t cushioned vinyl with "Perma: Shield" as- r
I Morning Worship II. Training Worship 7:30 p.m. Wednesday 6 I !bestos backing Rml"lmly . . 0,76: !;

I Union 6:30 pun. Evening SarI Everyone welcome. I R yiilur Prluti Scotty'1329Iqyd. O77
I vice 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Rev: Robert Halsten. pastor I 3,59!tq1:yd. Sala Price Q

.I Service '::30 :Vega vinyl floor covering in 6'wldih.
MADISON STREET C. DallL! ( Five, Gallon Galvanized Cooler
-Rev. L. Tommy Howe Prica
pas Regular Scotty's .
. .
RII
II"rly' 11.08Scony'a
( tor. BAPTIST CHURCH 2.29!sq. yd. Sala Price 1.99 w) V" "

1 Sunday June 30.- Sunday ww., ,'.'. _
School 9:45i: ; Morning Worship """"*'""" "' Sala Price 1088

EVERGREEN BAPTIST at II; Church Training 6:15: ;

CHURCH WMU Prayer Circle 7:15; IIIIIIII i "
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng evening Worship 7:30.
Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday MondayYouth Choir 7pm. QOL J1U5LW :

it night Service at 6:30.: Tue.day.Prayer Group 9:30: ,/
iI Wednesday! night prayer a.m. j|PLASTIC LAMINATES Model 1810

*, meeting at 7:30.: WednesdayPr 4 Uba Conolita Plastic Laminatea (for ,.' u
Cecil E. Crawford Sr. Pas Meeting 7:30: ; Adult Choir IILI I 11 re surfacing furniture, shelves, cabinets .

tor. Practice 8:30: pjn. vanities, bars, counter tops, STEEL UTILITY BUILDING
desks, doors room dividers, table
I CHURCHOF Denton Sumrall pastor. 'E I tops. Easy to apply Choose from Baked enamel "white" finish protects against rust.
STARKE '
six decorator patterns. Nominal size 8' x 10'.

CHRIST Worship MORGAN ROAD are 9 Regular Price . 98t ft. Rotlulcjr' Price . . . . 99 9&
10
Bible School a.m. '
BAPTIST CHURCH .sonar- Seottv's A Scotty'i
O f
and 95
I Services U a.m. _S.I.Price M C ft.ItJsnuQ f 'Sale Price 79
a 6 Midweek Service Wednesday ,_
,II. p.m. 7 p.m. Ladles Bible Sunday School 10 o.m. MornIng -, l. "" RancheroSTORAGE. .

Clan Thursday II a.m.Church Worship at 11. Training

located one block west on SR Union, 6:30: ; Evening Service Black BUILDING
Decker
7:30. SL dO
IS.: Building Is "protected with Quaker Perma
,,1 -J.P.H. Bell ministers Wednesday-- Prayer and y I I 1 I [,? Bond Finish in gleaming white with green

'" ....BlbJo SCUdfJ! 3 .. 7000.iilDRILL to*fine flno I Rev. 1 yw Feuuae.1 m""""""""'r
PtNEHILL CONGREGATIONAL .4 M 1Mb. J wri .handyman,! wo/kyiop. Can baut ithe99 Model. .
Outside ,
'H optional accestories to buff. ..ndr grind s4 4.t; ?:.1 ,.vim Inside, :flag) .
.
.
METHODIST CHURCHSunday / / .
.. >* No. WxDxH J W"D"H' e d'Prku"
OF COD
Schoola.m.a.m. MornIng 422_ N.CHURCH St. Clair St., Starke. or polish.- uU, ab .u tt 1 I. ", $V )r... 72H1170 10'2"x7'2"K8JO'*, 1I'r'ft"q'S.1; ''; ;? '9.95 99.95

Youth Worship Ser- Sunday School 10 a.m Morn 7118 3/8" DRILL KIT has drill, three LILt KELVINATOR t 72H.1110 10'2"x10'x8'10" '7" a'7",,8'8" 12995 119.95
vice 6 pjn. Evening ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday drill bit*, grinding wheel, becking p d. ISsandlngdiscs g99
Rev. L.L. Crtffls arbor,chuck
7:30 p.m. key and holder ifBO
Youth Night AIR
7 CONDITIONERS
Hard pester.GRACE. Evening pjn. in handy carrying cste,
) Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer Choose from theus8,0008TUunits: i
VILLAGE I BLACKSMITH l )
Meeting Friday. 7:30 p.m. 7301 714" SAW is safety approved for { l
BAPTIST '-Rev. Y. W. Kidd pastor 7V and 8V blades. Bevel and depth 1g 99 o K3801Q Regular Scotty's 7620Trowe17623Weeder +
CHURCH, STARKE ... adjustments easily made. } o K2S21OD Price Sele t \ .
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng K3NGSLEY LAWK: BAPTIST 4 o K38B1QK2831QO 179.00 Pric.a 15900 i
7632 Cultivator
\ 0
Worship at 11. Training : each
Sunday School 9$0: ; Training 7628 TransplanterRixiuliir
Worship
Union 6:30 Evening \
,' 7:30.: p.m.Wednesday Prayer Union : ..Morning Worship FLAT EXTENSION CORD Heat and Air Conditioning Unit ,: /Prlcu .791rai.h
Evening Worship ; :
11 a.m. Regular Pnia Scotty's < I \
Meeting 7:30Rev.. Leon 7:30 pjn. Praye Meeting 7:30 4.61 Sala his *95 [ K41212DH 12000 BTU .. . 288.00 265.00 < 1\ ,j Scotty'l {STJf v"
I T. Odom Jr., paator. Wednesday.Rev.SC.Cuthbert. ......... .. ..... .w.'.. _n., ..a w. "' S.1.Price Oedch.

Paste S
AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH
Interim Pastor I.
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
Worship 11 am.; Evening ALL WEATHER/ALL SURFACE
.. Worahlp, 7 rxm. WednesdayPrayer FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH LAWN and GARDEN
Meeting and Bible Study, STARKE' MOPACOTE [ScottsZ PRODUCTS / TOOLS
lBLPJ .
7p.m. Young Peoples Meetev.1' Opportunities for Service'SUNDAY..SWday EXTERIOR LATEX I OOf S-1S SCOTTY'S BRAND
KWIT Scotts chlnchbug control can
: tog ) Monday. 7 pjn. School 8:45: HOUSE PAINT SUPERBTEELHAMMERbaton.
:. G.F. Prevatt pastor Every- a.m. Morning Worship at 11 o'- put uuptochinchbupdamep..It gets started Covers + Regular

one welcome.CONGREGATIONAL. clock. Rev. James Ponder J 2,600 sq.ft.SeottVi. Price Seottv's O98
@ I
Guest Speaker;I Church Train 70:1 q C95 3.89 Sale Price f.
I HOLINESS ing. 6:15: pjn.| Evening: Wor- MOPAC011 = 'ft PrloaJ y
..- No. 35 3Vi tb. DA VTON AXE
I James
ahlp at 7:30: Rev. Cn
CHURCH BONUS B Fertlllier and Weed
Us.
this top quelit y. durablelatex '
Speaker' + Regularly
Sunday School. 9:45: ajn. Fonder. Guest / Po': Control for bahia. bermuda Scotty's
paint on wood, masonry or gha/ 5.85 .,.Price
Morning Worship 11 a.m. MONDAY.. YouttTChblr:) Practice metal. Resists mildew no fading centipede, zoysia fiscuaor 1
7 pjn. a blisterlngor bluegrasa lawns RUR-248 OPEN SHOVEL.VE .
Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. peeling. Long lasting
No. BO HACKSAW FRAME
J :. Thursday night Prayer Meeting TUESDAY.. WMU\ Executive a.., beauty and "protection. Color( 2,500 O C95sq Regularly Sao nys O< Regularly Scony's
ft.
bag
7:30 COUnCU: meeting I 10 LO .;{ WMU ny and white 1.04 Sala Price Od 4.49 &1.Price 399
p.m.i
Program and Business Meeting LSEt Retail List gal. . 8.35 boon 1095 ., .
i, David Hodges, Pastor t
.t'SeI.
CBrownlee Group.In Charge) II' Scotty's C60 sq.ft. bag
o'clock Covered Dish Luncheon ew .Price 13 gel! 7.BOBaq.
,, DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH 'I"an ? 1495 -
; .
ft.
: 12 o'clock noon.WEDNESDAY. '''' -., bsgSPECIAL
BROOKER .. Family Night Prefinished 4' S3.00 off regular price of LAWrV N.. ($
s Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Supper, 6:00! pjn.; PnJ.r'M..Uni SPREADER with purotune of any Sam product I
Services U a.m. and 7 and R;A. Meeting 6- PANELING 4mma4'arLAUAN'
p.m. Training Union 0 P.m..
30 p.m.; Teacher and Officers In light, medium or dark
: -Rev. Lacy Conway pastor Meeting 7:15: ; ,Church Choir 1M

Practice. a p.m; ,;: Sale Bat. 1259
CHURCH OF CHRIST
UNFINISHED
FURNITURE
j'l, } AT MELROSE SMYRNA MISSIONARY SPECIAL
i Schedule of Services: BAPTIST HURCH 1/4"x 4'X r RUF,SAWN Ladder Back construction la used In SALE
BARNBOARD this fine furniture
assembling ) of white
; Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Regularly .. 8.49 ash or birch hardwoods. Fiber woven PRICES
f Morning Worship 11 ajn. EvenIng : Sunday. School 10 ajn. ,' by skilled weavers. GOOD
. Worship 7 Saotty. AUGUST
p.m. Preaching U a.m.TrsiniagUnlon 499 J'
; All other evenlng-8 p.m. 5:45 p.m. Evening worship SataPrloa. ..-.: UNFINISHED No.1003n'ROUND TOP BAR STOOL CASH BUYS MORE ATSCOTTY'S 4 thru 19

7 p.m. Everyone welcome.: LAUAN Regularly 460Seottv's ,
:
MADISON BAPTIST CHURCH S'I BEET -wibur Dyess., Pastor" : 1 SHELVES steTri,:. Sale Price) O.ONo. o -._
home builders
Slsdy 233t CHURCH OF'CODOF a x 24 supply
;; .July -Sunday
.. ... .9448x38
School. *:. Morning'Worship, PROPHECY;. BROOKER Regularly 1.10. .4 LADDER

" U; Church Training 1:15; WMU Sunday School 10 a.m. Mom- BACK CHAIR 1
, Prayer Circle, 715j Evening! lag Worship 11 a.m. Young Peo- Regularly 1.6S.. . 1.40 Regularly Sattya 9.50 I J GAINESVILLE FLORIDA

" Worship 7:30. ple's Service, '8 p.m. Evangelistic e a 48 Sato. .Prlea o.en
j 1 Monday-Youth Choir Practice. Service 7 pjn. Wednesday Regularly 2.20.. . .. 1.87 '

'. Children's Choir 7 p.m. Prayer Meetinc, 7:30 PONDEROSA PINESHELVING 10x24 'i "t
.. Wednesday-Teacher's and Come and worship with nee Regularly' 1.37 ea. .. 1.17 A sturdy, durable sawhorea can be made) SAWHORSE 4205N.W.6THSTREET 1<1;. j"

Officer's ..tlsg. 0:30: ; Prayer .-Rev. .,' pastor 10x38 of 8 pieces of lumber and theee heavy BRACKETS PH 378-1619
Bobby
, Meeting?; Business Meeting. h2No.3KD Regularly 2.08'". .. 1.75 I, gauge steef bracketa.. : .acre\
: 7:30 GRACE BArTTST ,CHURCH .....,- lOa 48

Adult Choir Practice 8:30: p. HIGHWAY S-100A ..........23e M. Regularly 2.75.. ; .. 2.34' RPr tea tastev's Price 725 paw H"1i\ 1 I.
r .. ,.M
.
! Sunday School: 10 ajn. taorn-
1 12 No. 2 KO 12x38 HOURS: .
I Denton Sura rail.! Union is
: log Worship, lit Training 2.48.. .... 2.11 '
; ; Pastor 7i Evening Worship 8. Wednesday salFr.ae. 30.1Reguler'v 7:30-5:30: : WEEKDAYS u;

, PINS;'LEVEL BAPTIST Prayer Meeting 7:30. Regularly a 19... .. ... 2.71 ; 730-4.00:. : SATURDAY
Rev. Leon T. Odom Jr"peator -
" School 10 MornIng i CLEAR CEDAR LUMBER T5 8011 8OSTITCH
Sunday
: tun. *. .
' : Worship U ajn. Te _..- 1x2x3*545.'x. lOa" Staple Gun KitKit

..."" CBooster Band Young ST. EDWARD'S'CATHOLIC' 1x24'S4S. ..... ... .. ZtN,..
" People: and Prayer Service), CHURCH STARKE 1x2xS'S4S...... .. ... ZIoiI ,.. contains TB staple ...... BOO
pjn. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Father.. James Cregan,ps ear 1 a 4 a:r S48 ...to .. .. 214 K staples, baoillotLo(.Have Fun
liNk Service Wedneaday Saturday ...... 7p.m.Slmday 1x4x4848....... .... .,,,'' With ojptaV and amxM 28
I 7:30 John 1x4xS'4S.1x0x3 ...,.. .... 521K p...k.tstrplwtrttt1000atp/a... '
Rev. Strickland Mass
; ton. Mass. 10 ajn. Holy Day 'S4S.,..... ... 47/x, a jr.F' t
i haw 7 p.m. 1 x 5 x 4'S48 ...n.. .. ....,.. SotttVa 095
\ Confessions .. Saturday, 8 taaS'S4S...t ....... 721pe. .... >d..
p.m. Ins
NOW IN STCCK...-.Constructice. ) .. School of I 1 1f .
J'UerLAU colon in ttte rain, Grade School ..:Sunday. U

y '. .... -BnottMd.. CoHntjr. ; TeJe- tun. to U noon. '
gntts.PaweU. High School Sunday.. 7 1.w -

p.m. fttfmi A '

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Telegraph i .Aumtal3,1972:




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ooooc oooooooo rUDfR's' Hearings Granted
"
Mae Thornton Bessie Dukes L.O. Hazen .
AkIE
Basal Thomas Dukes, if
Mrs
Mrs Mae Thornton, 87, of 72, of Lake City filed Tuesday Luclan O. Haxen. 73 of r.ffM .' 47 k sikoo .
Stark, died Friday night In July 25 In a Jacksonville Stark, died Tueeday In th* \Ip In 3 Felony CasesPreliminary .
""' 1!,;:";" a Gainesville hospital after hospital after an extended Bradford County Hospital aftera 4J

a brief tun... Sfa* was born w.... long Illness. Born In Brooker 9 ,
In Bator County; on Fb. 3. She wan born In the Midway on July 15, 1900. be was the .
1005, and wu a member of the area of Union I County; and lived son of the late George W. and Jail for selling fresh water operating motor vehicle with
Methodist Church. at Brooker: for several ;years Minnie Lewis Haaen. He was hearings were bait fish without retail fish out driver's licenses Joe Lout
Surviving on* daughter. before moving to Lake City; a retired director: of the Right. J .granted to three defendants In dealers license. Deboae, charged with no valid
Mrs. William Mc..,...... of In 1958. She was a member of of-Way Division of the State felony, cases. I In the afternoon Persona who pled not guilty; Inspection certificate, and fined
Stark| two brothers, Nolan the Lake Clly; Church Christ. Road Department and a member session of plea day July 25 and whose case will be put on $13.50 or two days In Jail
x,,. Bryan of Stark, and Fred Surviving are six sons Edgar of the FlntBapU.tChurch. before Judge Tl eI'Oll.Yawn In the trial docket are' Carolyn Charles Lee Colernan, Eddy
Bryan Macclennyj two sisters. C. and William J. Dukes Surviving Is his wife,Frankie County Court. Mjartln, George Goets- Stevt Pearc*. and Steven Phillip -'
Mrs'Ins Wilson Waldo and of Stark*; Curtis and Percy Martin Haien,and one daughter. Th* three felony cases were Goetxman and Oswald were all charged
Mrs. Thetaa Bryan Macclen- L. Dukes of Lake Cltyj; Barr Mr. MInnIe Lou Fatray. both Robert Richard who pled not man Margaret with unlawful .peed and fined
all with
ttjt tea grandchildren and DIne old E. Dukes,Palatka.and Mar- of Starke; two brothers, liar- guilty; AlredWl; of an auto Lewis Bruce charged $36 or three days In Jail.
assault and and
gnat grandchildren. vin Dukes, Calneivlllet three ley Haien. of Center. Hill and mobile. ,Jr.who... battery George Cases continued were John
Funeral services were held daughters. Mrs. Myrtle Roberts Ivan Haien of Mobile Ala.; charged with withholding support Goetxman again pled not guilty R. Adklns for the charge of
at 2 PJO.' Monday In Jones Mrs. lineal on sister. M.... Myrtle Mc- from children by a former ; to the charge of malicious violation of driver license restrictions
Memorial Brookerj 01 marriage and pled guilty, and Injury.In .
Chapel with and Jo n.
Rev. and Mrs. Klmey Stark; and three Louis -
Crawford. Lake City; the morning session which
Ida Welch who pled not guiltyto
officiating. boN for having valid driv
Intermentme. Dorms Faye Waters. Palatka; grandchildren. iAgra. the charge of aggravated as- consists of traffic cases, fines no
Dyal CernelUkIeI' services eettor er's Veens
Funeral were
,one brother A. M. Thomas. sentences. Imposed with the
or
wry direction of DeWitt Jones Memorial sault. Bond estreature were David
and 10 a n.Thursday
C Jones Funeral Home.THE palmetto! <* grandchildren, Bond estreatures In the afternoon charges are listed with the
; Chapel with Rev.W.A.Hogan R. Crawford on charges
41 greatgrandchildren.Funeral Carl Michael Lund-
names:
.
session were: AlvinDo'ce
followed Interment of valid Inspection
officiating by; having no
services were held qulst and Amanda L. Frallsh.
Williams and Roy SIl-
RIGHT POINT at 3 Thursday July 27, In Crosby Lake Cemetery. h each with careless driving certificate and using profane
for the p.m. cox both charged with voluntary charged :
Jones Funeral In and
DeWltt C. language a public place
way, ) In and In Lake Butler Church of Intoxication Tommy Leo $28 or two days.
; Ynon John Paul Car-
In of
Home Maheux
ywrrffavorite charge
f' ,Christ. Interment. In El- was arruwe-
: select ESTER- was Crawford using profane i..a- Charles P. Gallagher was Timothy Simmons.
sey's Chapel Cemetery. near ments. fined''' $13.50 In ta. Little
BROOK two days
fountain pen. TELEY. guage In a public place; Dar- or Dodd Perry, and Rodney
GRAPH. Lake Butler.V The family requested' that Jail for having an Improper ;
'.. rell L. Pearce charged with all with unlawful''
charged
,.,. ; ''y.... __ ...LI flowers be omitted and that having no current registration drivers licenses; Agnes Good- speed.ENTOMOLOGIST.
? those who wish may' make contributions -, WL'1II.1; $26 or three days for
on a boat Violet L. hyena and
Comet StuJer receives' a July BIP award for ; .
to the Crosby Lake .era.
her Stutter's Variety Store on US>301 5 mile Evelyn E. Dobaon both charged
301 DRIVE IN Cemetery. fund. South new of Stork. with Fines having no fishing license.
or sentences Imposedon
4,
'
aa' defendants In the afternoon ?
."1*. : Show, Begins At Sundown J.P. SimpsonJohn session were Barbara Tew and c...._,'_Jan,
2 Sentenced Dorothy M. Sanford. $36 and
Monday.In .1..r r IILr1/,11.A r NrleMMwINMI.M5
'," FRIDAY, SATURDAY P. Simpson Sr.. 75 restitution or 10 days' In Jail YNM
died Monday In l the Bradford Circuit C 1. for worthless checks,
;'j I AUGUST 4. 5 County; Hospital after a brief John P. Powell and James -...-.fMlMtaMtfMflMIMrt.M
> ;, ; Illness. Born In Kensington L, Williams $26 or threedays IAN.r.1
: In Jail for fishing with- M-INr-. ,- '<"''
4 he bad t 'gj'J'lM
Md. on May 1897 _._ .,
Two were sentencedto : entering but the case was dismissed '- .
persons and Edward Mann .. .. '
MY HACKED AH EMPIRE OUT Of lived In Starke for several out a license -> n r- \--Y
Jail one case continued, '
Tucker fined the court '.," W WILDERNESS...THEN FOUGHT,THE years from following the Interstate his.retirement Commerce three persona arrested for falling A PSI was ordered for cost of $13.50 was or two days in _.
WORLD TO HOLD ITI Commission. to appear and presentenc James Henry Cole for the raw...... -YNeviP -I .
Investigations ordered In three charge of carrying a concealed The L..w.Lr. MlFt .
i Mr. Simpson was employed' cases In Circuit Court action firearm. Cole pled guilty to ..-
by; the Federal Government July 24' before Judge George! the charge of pulling the re- Concerned
moat of his active years,largely L. Patten. volver.
at the Interstate. Commerce PROFESSK&HUM

PAUL Commission. After retirement Dispositions were: Eddie Lee -Earl Tlce, an inmate atRal- ConsumerBy
.. In 1960 he taught mathematics: Stone pled not guilty; to charges ford State Prison failed to appear CUR
NEWMAN In Bradford County High School. warrantfor MARGARET SPADER
; of breaking and entering. at court and a
For many years he was active Jimmy Moore's Sun Sports May his arrest was ordered. National Director' Allocution of Costumer D' Minufacturtri Affair MltClltlll sin .u .IM .
HENRY FOMDfl In the American Federation 6. Stone was charged with stealIng Tic was charged: with escape .In.01I. ...1. NN"UHO MlKII NNI It ..(1.111.! k.MMft. ,
How tell home wiring
of Government Employees In a 25 HP Mercury engine\ from the prison April 22. can you .. !II.. rl."" run i r.NlnRIDA/":
'r LEEREMICKMICHAEL Washington' D.C., serving as and a slxgallongas tank.Stone's -Rex Patrick Bogert pled is adequate for new appliances -
President of the Interstate case was continued. guilty to escaping from Ral- ,
SARRAZIN Commerce Commission Lodge. ford State Prison and was sentenced -
In 1958. -Deputy Robert Green arrested to six months In the If you have questions concerning "
He received th*Stark* Chamber Leonard Cummings and put county Jail after finishing his the wiring,, in your 0",
of Commerce Good Samaritan him In Jail until the next Cir- term at Ralford. He escaped home have it checked by a .A,.
I award In 1965 aMble late cuit Court term for falling to from the prison February 20. reliable electrical contractoror .
I 1 wife. Mrs. Isabel Fernando
appear at court.Cummings was your utility company. If
Simpson received a similar charged with breaking and entering -Billy Powers pled guilty to you have noticed a dimming ST ':
.;......... award In 1968. He was a mem- an automobile and stealIng into Mr.
.. and entering
tctnpl*V JOHN 0* |h*No**taf HIM RIMV ...*r MtWBT UANCINI.......W.ANI breaking of lights or poor radio and
', .AotfuCMft JOHN COMMA*........*./_,temfn...titft* *>L'l[t ''NIWNN_ ber of the Bradford Masonic a lap player worth about Brldgit Starling's house and a TV reception when appliancesare
Lodge, the Morocco Temple) $15. PSI
was ordered on the case.Powers .
Sinners of Jacksonville, and in use slow operation of NTROL
released
.' was on recognition
'r\-t, ;' .,"\ St. Mark's Episcopal Churchof -George: Henry Bradley and during the period of heating appliances such as an
'" \'I;; 'I .. ', PLUS Stark. ,Alfred Charles Snoot were both the PSI. iron Irypan or toaster, or
.: ';;t Surviving Is one son John charged with breaking and entering -C. J. Pendarvis failed to overheating of motor, these a auucM co.
.: wy: \ CLINT EASTWOOD IN P. Simpson, Jr. of Lynchburg Dr. Pete Felos office appear In court and a warrant are symptoms of inadequate 964.5745r.f4lt '
:;.":";i' ,"rl. I?,:& ;. Va., and two grandchildren. and pled guilty; to the offense. was Issued for his arrest with wiring.

t 4t Funeral services were held Smoot sentenced to _..... .. ........... _. .... ...,
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', ,,4{c'\; \ THE UGLY"V .Mark's Episcopal Church with node' from the court. worthless checks.
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'.,'; 'k "MM Rev. John Flynn offlclatlng.. 'Judge Fatten'ordered\ a >presentence. >-Ronald Loses tailed to ap :: :-NOTiuE.-
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; : '''*' .co !. lIbor"U ... .... a.w torment was ;A In Crosby j-ah**,.It' Investigation WOrt ,pear-In court and hit arrest ,
I ," : .:: .yll.;"I,.:;"Jma >UN.. MON'V, TUES.. .., : Cemetery. with Masonic rites sentencing Bradley. was Ordered with no bond.Leece if r N I
I. f.., ": : 't'''' ""iAUta1ST6 'I'S' I, ,'. at the graveside. DeWlttC. Smoot and Bradley had a second was charged with escape from
> ;,"; ,' : Jones Funeral Horn was In ..charge of breaking and Ralford State Prison
'I".I....:, charge arrangements.
'.t ,, :: '7 "HEDONISTIC PLEASURES"AND I Register To Vote At The Following

." -i..a\ii I .. Fla. StampDocumentary I Tax Hits Record High Countywide Locations ,.

and struction seems to be about
stamp surtax 'Jbe 1mpactofFlorl4/i': / construction f
"EXCITED" collections are at an all staggers the Imagination double the rate of last year," .
time high according to collections ," comptroller Fred. O. be said.
,51, RATED X from the 1971-72 fiscal Two-thirds of total construction HAMPTON
:' ., ". ADM. $1.25 18 YRS. UP (Bud) says :
.,'}..{, ) year which totaled $67 million "In all parts of Florida new Is In the building of
and exceeded last year's totals buildings, homes, apartment new apartments. The hotel '
sal Across Street: Christian ChurchIn
.:',iJ/!/" .' by; $22 million. and condominiums are going and motel boom Is centeredup 'From
Local counties and their totals to meet the demands Orlando '
,: accountfngvtor
"!! of documentary stamp rising population and areDisney World HamptonThursday
FLORIDA THEATRE are: Bradford-$4,096. a Jump ting economy." spectacular rises.
from last years f3,475, Baker- Dickinson said that the howI.By next year the Orlando Aug.3 12 8 PM
to
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{" $1,557 up from $1.052. Clay big boom among large popula area will be able to accommodate -
.Ii Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00FRI.SAT. $15,880 up from 11193. and don centers seems to be the three times the number Tuesday AUK. 8 12 noon to 8 PM I
Union with $761 up from a total hottest In the Tampa-St., Pe"rof people they could Just one
10 12 8 PM
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", ,,:; \, not available. burg..... "New housing con'ear ago" : Thursday noon

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Keystone Hilifes By Phone Linda 473-4907 Wharton Ladies Association Golf THE BIG e t :ISAT N


?, or 473-4648. TournamentMembers

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of Mrs. R.T. Henderson of the Ladles Golf
NEWS
WOMAN'S CLUB parent attending FIa.'State: Univ.
were here tills part week- Roy Watkins has Association teed off Thurs
returned
The Woman's Club of'Keystone end for a short visit. Angela home after having a cataract day morning, July 27. for a
Throw Out Worst 1'breeHol.
Heights will sponsor a their granddaughter, returned removed and Is reported doing "
salad luncheon and card par home with them for few, weeks very well. Tournament. DUCKYS DIP' STORE
i, at 12 vacation In Lincoln, Ala. John C. Bird has been In Ala- Martha Hayes came In first
bouuee.i 57 for 18 holes,
with a with
noonnat the club Please We are sorry to hear that theDar..ll chua General Hospital for tests
advanced table reservations Etnrts family had to cut and Is Du Dwyer running a close second .
make presently In Freeport
to assist the committee In their visit In Keystone short Bahamas for treatment. His with 60 strokes. Virginia Keystone
and Vonclle Heights
planning the number of luncheons : due to Illness In their family. duughter Margaret Andewsen Corey Ketch tied
for third with a 62.
? They were called unexpectedlyto Is
to be served. with him. They are expected -
Low went to
' putts Virginia
Hostesses for the occasslon Alabama and from there will to return home In the next
Corey with 30, and Martha .
.
will be Mrs. Arthur Ketch. return to their home In Arizona. week. a
Mrs. Winton Keeth, Mrs. Mr. and Mr.James Eland and I would like to welcome to Hayes came In second with
Don Wallace and Mrs.T.W.Pel- family and Laura Darden have our area Mr. and Mrs. Ray 32. Congratulations also"go to
' llcer. Reservations will be accepted returned from a four-day tripto Erickson and their son Steve. Virginia" for winning the Chip. fJ

by Mrs.Ketch' ,473-4300, Atlanta. While there the Ray and his wife, Joan, are In Pot.
and Mrs. Keeth, 473-4909. Ib- children enjoyed Six Flags, the formerly from Minnesota where The ladles have taken on the
$1.25.plus five Underground and a baseball he employed as an electri project of beautifying screen
nation will be was
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cents tax. game between the Atlanta clan. They are now residing porch and buying new furni all I tt.k H TI
This will be an opportunityto Braves and the Cardinals. on Silver Sands lake and Mr. ture. To accomplish this foursome they ToddlywinlBuy
have planned a Best Ball -
enjoy an afternoon In the Miss Laura Darden has returned Erickson has opened His own
pleasant air-cooled club house to her home In Scotta- electrical business. Tournament for August
and meet with friends we have- dale Ariz after a fun filled Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnsonand 6. Tee-off time will be 1:30
n't se'on during the summer vacation vacation with the Elands. their son. Paul and his p.m. for 18 holes with members -
lull of activity. Miss Linda Lee Anthony Is fiance Diane Carlson have returned past Invited.A members. and their 20 % OFF Ladies And Girls
home for the summer. In September from a trip to Pensa- guests
she will go Boston College cola where covered dish supper will
they toured the cam-
to work on her Masters Degree pus of the Univ.of West Florida. be served with a donation social Now A t Discount
KEYSTONE GOLF'AND Special Education for the Paul will attend this school In hour. A $2 fee per per- Bath'.ng'' SuitsThis
COUNTRY CLUB muttl-handlcaped. She will live the fall, majoring In Marine son will be charged for the For Cool WeatherToddler

and work at the Perkins School Biology.; play. e/..............NN NN.NeN.etl
The Men's Club Championship for the Blind. Linda was
Tournament will get underway granted a year's leave of ab- Mrs. Henry Mlckle formerlyof
a August 19. It will be sense from the Florida School Keystone, Is home In Gainesville Only 2 Clay Togs 1/3/ OFF
' 36 holes, medal play. for the Deaf and Blind In St. after having surgery at
Welcome to the new members: Augustine where she has been Alachua General Hospital Also IncumbentsAre
Franklin and Mildred Weisger- employed for the past two years. home In Keystone Is Mrs.Tracy
her, Charles and Bert Heptin- Mr. and Mrs.C.R.HepOnstall Baker following surgery there. OpposedMost "rt Cutler
stall. Bill and Nlta Kelote. Llovd enjoyed a visit from friends In Mrs. Paley Boyd and her y Is
and Victoria Herder and Alabama Mr. and Mrs FrankR. Mrs. Quality
Charles and Grace Mann. Bibb and family. While Gulre of Gainesville, were In of Clay County's Incumbent
they were here they enjoyed the Center Hill visiting friends t officials escaped or opposition ("CO tut !? ? Merch8n.'se' '
WEDDING P4R17ENTERTAINED play and dinner at the Alhambra weekend.Mr. as the qualifying deadline I 20 % SW
:: / Joined by Mr. and Mrs.Jim Zo- and Mrs. Ellis Rholln ended last week, with only two ,
warka and Mr and Mrs.Aubrey have returned from a trip to county commissioners drawing
Mrs. F.T. Hoguc entertainedon Bannister. Tennessee and North Carolina opponents In the September 12 S
Sunday afternoon at her homeon There will be a pocket-book where they enjoyed some cool primary. OFF MWfAR
Bedford Lake with a swim show August 2 from 10 a.m. to weather. County Commissioner HomerL.

I and picnic party honoring her 4:30 p.m at Betty and Bert's Don Asks formerly of Key- Newell a Democrat drew, _
granddaughter Miss Linda Hoguo Craft Shop All you talented stone Club Estates, and now residing opposition for his District,.
of Jacksonville,whose mar- ladles are urged to' display In Gainesville has recovered post from Paul C. Stadler a r
1 iloge to Man Goodwin will take your wares. The free fall.classes fully from his surgery Republican. Girls Pants Boys Short Sleovo.
place at 7:30 p.m. Saturday into on decoupage will\' begin and is at work full time at the Commissioner Olin S. Ho

,1 Co-hostess Avondalo on MethodistChurch.this occasion thereafter.Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Dye Univ.Miss of Pam Fla.Mizell has returned Democrat Suits KNIT SHIRT!

was Mrs. llogue's daughter.Mrs. are In Keystone for a few weeks from an enjoyable trip to opposition In the person of William -
Robert Milbank of Long rest and relaxation at their summer Nassau and Miami. She spent Rosette. '
Island, N.Y.Enjoying home on Lake Geneva. three days In the Bahamas and Unopposed Incumbents are:
this occasion with Miss Emma Kate Mansfield five days In Miami with her George L. Carlisle clerk of
Miss llogue and Mr. Goodwin attend a class reunion on Au- aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. the circuit court; Mrs. Kath- 20 % OFFftrBackfoSchootes
were members of the Wedding gust 3 In Columbus Ga. where Eugene Fergerson.Jim lenn Murrhee County Commissioner 20 %
] party and the families of the she taught for 23 years before and Fran Chesslngton Dlgt 4: Jennings Mur-
honor guests. coming to Keystone. have been busy lately with company rhee Sheriff; Leon A. Baxley
They have enjoyed visits School Board Dls 4.; S.D. '
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Adams from Col. and Mrs. James F. Saunders Supervisor of Elections OFF
I UAHUEN CLUB had a busy week. Mrs. Adams Wiley of Fairfield Calif and ; L.H. Lancaster County
'1 OF THE: LAKES enjoyed a visit with her sister also Col. and Mrs. Dick Neu- Commissioner Dist. 5; Jesse MR. BOB
Mrq",, Louis Zlm In..P1latka.They harth of Riverside Calif. Mae P. Tynes School Superintend.eat
I The Garden Club of the went to St. Augustine Peterson and her two children : Wayne Colder Tax Col-
Lakes held their first work- where they broused through antique have been here for a couple of loctor; and J. Gleen Allred, Ideal Back To
I shop on July 20 at the homo of shops. On Friday, Mr. weeks and her husband flew into School Board Dlst. 2. School Wear Nationally Known
, Mrs. Miller Wrinkle where and Mrs. Adams enjoyed shop- Tampa to Join them. They visited Also unopposed Is L'.L. Murray -
they had Instruction on flower Gainesville and went friends down state and returned long-time employee of the Pro INn OutfitsSANDLES
arrangement. The next work- pingMike Adams' new business to Keystone on Tuesday. Tax Assessor's office who qua-
shop will be held August 24 complex. Sunday, they celebrated Mrs. Lon Rushton has returned .lined for the post to succeed
at 10 a.m at the homo of Mrs .Mike's .birthday along after visiting friends and Incumbent Assessor Louise I-O..JI IF I.OAff
Robert Griffin on Lake'Geneva hie wife Sandy, their. relatives In Hollyhlll S.C She'' .
with SmIth. whn 11 nUrinIP, fmm Itta. __. : ._ .
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DUPLICATE BRIDGE' and Mrs. Carol Wood of remodeling of her new home NN.NNNNN.iM .:....

Duplicate bridge winners of ing Gainesville.and an They out door enjoyed picnic.ski- there.Janice Batts and her ctiueky Lets G& B oaticlqt On M.as A OrsssLodiss _

July 25at the Melrose Woman'sClub Mrs. John'Boyles and her two Arlene Brown spent the week-
were: First Mrs. Roland daughters Michele andMellssa end In Daytona Beach. Slacks
Bryan and Mrs.C.V.Home; have returned from a horseshow Sympathy is extended to the /"' "- .
Second Mrs. C.W., Hardy. In Plattvllle Ala. Michele family of Chick Hurst who
Mrs. D.T. Rouge; Third Mrs. showed her horse, "All,Mine"which passed away on July 22. _NN.N.NN MM NNNNNNlNN
'TT.O. Feamster Mrs. Ray Is stabled In r Alabama.', LADIES
Starnes; Fourth Mrs.Bill Bartlett .- Melissa toured me lorlda LADIES By Keds
Francis Melrlck. championship E.R. CorbettEdward .
and Mrs. Circuit and won the -
In equitation. The last of SWEATERS
.
July they will be showing In PRACTICE AT )
DALY-REDFEARN Boiling Rock and In August will R. Corbett. Sr., 76, BOAT TRAILERING SHORTS 1/3 OFF '
be going to the big show in of Keystone Heights died Friday 'I 1 he mme hat practice at trailer. I And Ponchos
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Coar- t'
Louisville, Ky. '., July 28, in the Veterans lug, launching and loading )our .
sey. Jr. of Orlando announce the Bruce and Alana Sunderlandwere Hospital at Gainesville. He IMUII, the less likely )ou'll be embiiriuuud f.i
engagement of their daughter weekend guests of the R. was a veteran of World War I nt the ramp. lte. A littleknowhow {
Mary Alice Daly, to Eric Lee' and 1 a little along 1/2/ OFF
H. Sunderlands. Also stopping and a member of St. William's courtesy go 25 %
Redfearn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday for a short visit was Catholic Church.Surviving'are way towards. making this chore OFF
William Huntley Redfearn of the Sunderlanda daughter and ninth easier.Idnrudei
Keystone Heights. The weddingIs her husband Mr. and. Mrs. : BNJ.F: editors hate afew
planned for September 20 in his wife Vir tips| that should 1 help the inexperienced
Alston .
Kelley. '
Ixwt-trMler handler benne Mris &
Orlando. ginia Corbett Keystone loys
Mr. and Mrs. Don Morgan more proficient and also quietthue
Heights two daughters, Mrs.
have returned from a trip with ; critical boatmen waiting Inline LADIES
FIRE DEPARTMENTSETS friends Frank and'Beverly Billy Hardenbrook, Keystone to 'launch their own craft. For
ANNUAL BALL Iloupt. They new to Freeportand Heights and Mrs. Caroline u l.ut.' don't forget to Install the SWIM TRUNKS
sailed over to Lucaya where Sadlowskl Detroit Mich.; drain" plug before launching.
The Volunteer Firemen and they spent several days diving two sons John Corbett Ds- :Make tine )ou'\e loaded necessary Knit Shells
their wives will hold their second for conch. trout Mich., and Edward R. hunting gear And recreational equipment
"stuffing night" August Frank Jones Is home from the Corbett, Jr., of Perry;; one into tour' craft, while awaiting 1/3/ OFF
tour turn lo launch. When tour
Mr
sister Jacqueline Long,
4, which Is the second phaseof hospital but Is convined to bed
.. ,iluiiuc unites hate une member of
Ma. 23
Quincy grandchildren -
their fund raising drive. most of the time Mrs.
'our family act as a guide when lining
and 25
four great-grandchil % OFF
Frank Walrath, president Jones, a school teacher'herefor the trailer up for launch.
i stated that the first fund drive many years. Is< quite 111 dren. line >our rig at a right angle to
i was slightly ahead of last year. herself. She stated they would the Miner and back up slowly, stopping
The Fireman's Ball will be welcome visitors as1 It gets Funeral services were, held ; a few feet tram the edge. LADIES ;
held August 26 at the Lions Club very lonesome being shut In as at 9 a.m. Monday In St. Wil Remote the tie-downa, tilt the out
' with the fine music of the Fourof they are. I'm sure she would liam's Catholic Church with board motor up and unlock the ,
Clubs. enjoyed cards or notes from her Father Maurice Imhoff ot lcla- bow winch. You're now ready for Mens Walking.HOI PANTS
former students also. ting. Interment was In the launching.
PERSONALS Keystone Height Pemetetyunder Slowly back-up again until the
White Sand Lake. trailer wheels In the
Dot Farris, are water up to
of DeWltt C.Jones .
has undergone surgery at the direction hub caps. Place )our vehicle In gear
I Correction: I erroneously Funeral Home.The and set the brake. Care-
In Jackson
Memorial Hospital emergency Shorts
reported last week that Thelma recited at 1/3 OFF
I'm'sure she would be Rosary was lower )bur craft, while your
Wallace had moved to Jacksonville ville. from of 8 p.m. Sunday at Jones Memorial guide holds a lead-line to the bow
Actually It was Mr..J.e. happy to hear many Chapel In Keystone Heights. presenting the boat from drifting
(Helen) Wallace who made the her friends In Keystone.Mr. into water
open
move. Please accept my apo- and Mrs. Karl Andersen 25 % OFF They
N.C.arrived
logy. We are glad you are still and Saturday son of for Wilson a weeks visit with
with us, Thelma.
Cruising down the river on Mrs. Andersen's sister. .', Mrs. ---i Hq Name Brand Are Beautiful
Frank Hgen. ;
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the
a Sunday afternoon was
dea several people from Key- Jim Zowarka has been In St. LoU Of Warm Weather Ahead
Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville -
state The Wharton Riders,
and Mrs. Lois Walker put In for the past week for tests. '
the St. Johns River at Palatka We are happy to see AI Watson SALE IEIllS FRIIAY AU6 4 THRU
and road down to Shell Harbor! was not seriously. Injured ,
where they enjoyed dinner. The In his auto accident the other
Bruce McRae's, the Brad Lar- day. q, E SAT. 'NR I'
.sons and the Bill Leonards went Mrs. Don Pangborn Is recovering -. .
farther down to Sportsman's from surgery In the
Lodge. Everyone reported Riverside Hospital. Jackson.
time though our Jh* vine I'm sure she would be SORRY
good even p NO CHARGES NO REFUNDS NO EXCHANGESDUCKY'S
her
did not meet. happy to hear from' many
Pat Eddy,grandson of Mr.and friends Keystone.
Mrs. Thomas Norwood, Lake Mrs and Mrs. Huntley Red-
Sante Fe. has enjoyed: a two- festal Jr. and family have returned Announcing...
week visit swimming and fishing from a week's vacation
with his grandparents. In Pittsburgh Pa. where they DEPT. STORE

Scott and Chip Ware and visited Diane's family. MR. JIM\ FOXIs
Marian Gaulthave returned The Couples Class of the
after day camp session Community Church and their now associated with John Merrill, Realtor of
at Camp< Gravatt. Alken, families enjoyed tubing down* KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLORIDA -
S.C. While the children were Ichetucknee River Saturday. Gainesville Fla Mr. Fox will be serving your
at camp, Mrs. Hugh Cault u Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Snodgrass 4739613fday
Joyed a visit with her parents of Tltusvllle stopped overnight Real Estate needs in Keystone Heights, Melroseand

in Fountain Inn, S.C. andfrt.ndlln with the Michel Redfearns on Starke You Use Your Master
Or Bank
Newberry. S.C. their way to Atlanta .last Fri areas. Charge
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Miss' Marian .
Cault daughter day.Mrs.
of Mr. and Mrs.Hugh Cain, Arthur Ketch, son Leach BUSINESS PHONE American
As GashIi
celebrated her thirteenth birth Wanda Sheffield ;and Leon 372-1494 :
day on Saturday July 22, with Triest drove -Tallahassee
a dinner party last weekend to visit Mrs Keuch's

Mr.,and Mrs. A.A. 'Peoples, daughter RoxArNItIO.. Is
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Melrose Club Has Three Lake Geneva
REISloaE MELROSE

f I News Top Judo bIn State .. -

BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Helen
By Egaa Hearing
Metros Judo Club is the Zoning
horn of dura oTflM outstanding .. : '" -----
JudoUU In Florida. This ..
'FELLOWSHIP: CLUB reunions, the 25th wedding anniversary month Sttnson Scott .' r---- esssswres s
The Game-Fun Du. ponsor- of one of her children past Bass and Eddy Danny Macdonald were '- r' t' -. .... Set For TonightBoth FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES I ..HARDWARE-GARDEN

ed by the Keystone l'eUo".hJp and visiting friends and relatives elected for these honors. :\ _. _.-
Club and enjoyed once a month, In her home state. HARDWAREAND
was held on July u 27 at 1:30 in Best wishes are extended to of Keystone fI to RA have not formally organized SLIMSFish dfbe
the Lions ,flub. The social several members of the Com Damqr andualataoUnstructor StInson J, \ .------- sides are expected to but have circulated a f
(tour with retreiibmenta "U munity Church: who are hospitalized of Height the Melrose Judo Club,Is the :r'' have large delegations at a petition asking that the zoning "11'Stuff
( ) on GARDEN aMID
Thursday
hosted by Ed and Llille Robe 1.t. and under treatment.Mrs. men's champion. hearing tonight remain as Is (Agricultural)or -
The covered dish luncheon A.C. Holt Is In the In- 139 pound he has t the controversial question ot If a change Is made, that It Live Bolt A complete line of Hdw.
the participated :
past
at ManorIn During year rezoning around Lake Geneva.. be rezoned RC, which would Cried. Shin Worm
meeting will be held at the Lions finery ot Wesley In tournaments 1J 1-- nea- a Kw.
numerous ; The hearing Is set for 8 p. of lots smallas .1lahrc ..
Club on August 10 at 12:30: pun. Jacksonville. Mrs.Ray Farris around the state and has permit use as Minnows
Due to a change\ In the appointment underwent surgery a week collected an arm full of trophies. m. In the assembly room of 7,500 so. ft., and would Plumbing & electricalSupp.; .
and Is hospitalized InMemonrlal L the Clay County courthouse annex also allow mobile homes.W. TACKLERODSREELSFISHING
committee members are ago
urged to assists in the special Hospital Jackson- structor. George of the Bass club seuel says (that In- J / on Highway 18 In Green E. (BUD Baker, one of & HUNTING (.1'9-Tone 1.'ertlUzersInsocdcldes

planning for serving the food. ville. Mrs. Don Pangborn la Danny' Is the beat in the State Cove Springs. the opponents of rezoning, said LICENSES AMMUNI. :
also patient Riverside Hospital The proposed rezoning fromA that the petition has more than TION ICE Hwy 21 N. 200 yds From
be the
and could
his
at weight
AARP RECRUITMENT (Agricultural) to RA (One-
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Jacksonville. John Blrt 250 signatures! representing a
.The AARP, a national* association is undergoing treatment by a best In the country but he has J family residential, on 20.000 majority; of property; ownersin Keystone H9t! 473-4357 Llqht
family and "" Keystone
work to
to support a
of persons over 55 years physician in the Bahama Is- sq. ft. lots, and excluding mobile the affected area. Hots. 473.3663
cannot devote the time and energy FURNITUREGIFTSLake
old was organized 14 years ago lands. homes) will be requestedby The area proposed to be re-
In the Interest of giving mature Miss Ola HlnKon and 'Mrs. It takes to become national a group of Lake Geneva zoned Includes ail of the shore- ''fEIJ'VISION-AiR: COND
men and women opportunity; Marfan Barker have returnedto champion. i p.nnyn Inspiration Eddie MacDonald property; owners who organized line of Lake Geneva,except that Geneva
for self-expression and other their homes following surgery to the'club and to the young Scott Bass at a meeting held June 15 at portion within the city limitsof TV Service Center
benefits. Including health Insurance In Alachua General Hospital Judolsts In the State. the municipal building in Key- Keystone Heights and a Furniture orlM..
plans drug services at and Houston Drlscoll to ce then he has risen to the top stone Heights. Dr. P. K. Par- small section that lies In Bradford -
considerable savings, travel back home after being a patient Judolst In his age bracket. sons Is serving as chairmanof County. luisor
.service and many others. there. Scott Bass, age 15, has beenIn Last month he took first place the group, which Is represented The opponents of rezoning Gift & Candle Shop TV STERO

Yearly national dues are only Mrs. Julius Hanson received Judo since the age of five. In the Florida AAU Invitationaland by attorney Myron Pre- will be represented at the hear CAR AND PORTABLE
work of the While living In Japan he finished also finished first In the vatt Jr.Those. { '
$2.In recently ing by attorney Frank Scrubyof EXQl ISITK: (GIFTS; TAPE
order to stimulate Interest death 'of her brother-in-law second In the All-boys Japanese Junior Olympics.George opposing the change Orange Park. DECKSCOMMERCIAL

and recruit new members President and two weeks later his wife Judo Championship.' Bass says that all Furniture For Every ANDRESIDENTIAL
R.F.Simmons of the Mel- died suddenly. The SwInfords Scott doesn't confine his r
three outstanding Judo players -
rose area. One of the most spent.several winters at White energy to Judo as he has beena with are wonderful attitude discipline * Tost And Pun

vital needs of the older person Feather Court and enjoyed member of his High School's and ability.; On numerous A bemused shopper reportsa A surprise Domination Is See Our Condi :Display AIR CONDITIONING
Is. transportation, and because membership In the Fellow- football, basketball and baseball occasslons these three have store with four doors tough on a candidate. He has Hwy '100 E. Lake G.n.vo :SM.KS&" : SKKMCK:

Melrose chapter has appointeda ship Club.f'"lh teams. Therefore, he Is travelled to various areas of marked" "husad only two to set to work Immediately 1 Mi., East of ixKiSTONK() 1II.uarrs4n4651: (;
Keystone Hyti.
committee representative of usually rushing In from one Florida competing. and puttingon out. He btilUtei to speculate drafting an acceptance speech
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the area. One of the most vital sport to workout with the judo. demonstrations. All three about what happens to while his wife wracks her REAL ESTATE: '
needs of the older person Is club. He placed first In the are popular within Judo circles: half the customer. brain for a favorite recipe. 'Jm.61IJ.: HOMR "

transportation, and because Junior Olympics and the Florida and are admired by many and Richard T. Lovorn
AAU Invitational. Over the Want
Melrose where the chapter now having these three as "out - to sell jour Mobile
'
meets once a month Is not Scott has filled his standing" the Judo play- Homo?? If jou have a buyer,
roomy
too accessible for many in the with Judo trophies. He ers In the among State Is wonderful.The Assembly Applicants NeededAt Rc '''Rcal Ksiatc Broker :Mobile Homo Brokers will
outlying areas this Recruitment also assists In Instructing the MelroxaJudo Club works arrange ALL financing and
small members of the class. Insurance details for brokerage
a
Committee has been to
urged
MARY KAY OSWALD out Monday and Wednesday "
bring together local members. from every at the Melrose General Electric LAKE PKOPERTII fee of IO"ofthe.eUlngprice. i
Manaynr Consumer Atlmrs/ evening
"
Essential In forming a small Eddy Macdonald age ten, RESIDENTIAL! For more Informationcall
Reynolds Aluminum !0Summer's Parish House. ""
group In the outlying areas started Judo In March 1971.Sin- -
BUSINESS'ACREAGE1
such. as Keystone, Is a meeting .Immediate openings for light MOBILE HOME BROKERSRT.
place for luncheons and other free patio living the time travel for care fun - -see-----------1 assembly production operatorson APPRAISALS 1 BOX 350 J

activities. and ,games outdoors. If you're all three shifts. Keystone Hqts. 473.3254 MELROSE FLORIDA 32666
Enrollment of members In the lookmg for some easy short- : B & F Ebrtrks! & Equipment Co. I I't -

AARP must come through the step . High dexterity and aptitude for I Edna Knepper; Assoc. PHONE 475-1751
National Recruitment Committee. you can. assembly work are all the requirement
and anv Interested person e make a .elf-.ervice patio Complete Wiring Repairs of I, 473.4111 .
contact of the following bar by lining a wheelbarrowwith necessary. ,>'.
may, any -
heavy duty aluminum t Industrial, Commercial and Residential I It
In the various Mrs. Martha Durbin, Ass>>..
areas: foil. Fill with chopped ice. .. No training experience or par. ,
F.P. Egan chairman Keystone then canned or bottled bev t NEW AND USED CONTROLS I It titular educational background 473.3362 LEONARD'SOUTBOARD
Heights; Mrs. Ethel Welch, erages.
phone 468-1031 Waldo and Lake keep hot foods hot and delicious t MOTORS AND SWITCH EQUIPMENT .,1t required. ""
Butler area Colin D. Gum 475- longer by wrapping BEAUTY SHOP
2209, and )Mrs. Olive Long- them in foil. Works with cold t 24-Hour Service I, Apply between the hours of 8 SHOP

necker Melrose area; Donald foods longer. too.' They stay cold I t Phone Keystone 473.3755 t tt. A.M. and 4:30 P.M. Monday ''NeU'sBeauty :

McRae Lake Geneva, and Mrs. S insulate against ground M. C. (Bubba) Wells, Manager through Friday at the plant located Style Shop !J

Lotta Wadsworth, I awthome.1bIs dampness when camping outdoors I t.- __ __... : on Highway 441 12 miles 1
committee will be readyto by placing sheets of north of Gainesville
serve new'applicants at the heavy duty aluminum foil under "For aI.Y.lier
August 17 covered dish luncheonat your sleeping bug. Bring/
the Melrose Episcopal Parish up outer edges of the foil ,VICTOR; SERIES"I2DD you"Phone Johnson Motors
House at 11:30. about 2 inches. Keeps crawl. SALES & SERVICE
ing bugs and insects away. ELECTRONIC CAIfXIL.AHJ4-ta,. .

PERSONALS- too. Call Us For "'. Free Demonstration, Or Fo A,Free' 475-2211 GLASTRON ANDCHECKMATE
e transform old clay pots General ElectricAn J
Mrs. C.H.'Naberstrohhas returned buckets, and cans Into beautiful Tlalln Tour Office.. I Botwoon Keystone;*,gip. BOATS
from A month's visit with "planters" by covering
COUNTY Heights -
her children, grandchildren,and them with aluminum foil.The BRADFORD.. TELEGRAPH Equal Opportunity Employer rand Keystone Height, Flo.
great-grandchildren In the Wllllamsport. foil helps plants retain mois .Melrose

.. Pa. area. Mr. Haberstroh jet ture.keep Ice in your picnic I .rl; J v. .. '. ,,.,.,...... .. ..h _P'''' ,,,_ _. .
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hat returftfid byc&with _!cooler: much longer by bun"aiing .
his sos* Jacky-MM MbV it up in a sheet of heavy M
some to week,ago., Man happy, ,dutyi. aluminum'' ''foil/ Pack Bcuf.codc*
occasions) Weft enjoyed by Mrs. your beverages, salads cold : : Qa
Haberstroh Including: family cuts, and other perishable in as
the Ice-under the foil. They
stay cold and fresh. BIGGEST EVER MIDSUMMERI
C keep cigarettes pipe tobac-


S.E.REALTOR MCKAY CO.ping spray aluminum S clean and tightly or cigars and wet foil.In polish sand moisture-proof They safe metal from by stay wrap'dry.surf golf 'ds W ill e D rnl@OO[} ] rn rnlOOill\ e 1111 M rnq90



Keystone, ,. rit*. 473-4816 club shafts with a crumbled /
,:' piece of aluminum foil. The
foil restores the bright finish. I MAI/STAIN
I riOMES ". ACREAGES Works wonder on bicycle l'' it / PROOF on an Extra-Long
RENTALS and automobile chrome too II"i .' l / 1 rusnc TOU "
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documents, valuables. Insure *< .*..-. _
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PROOF the antlaue erase hardware the e aulsHe* carved
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plans tap double dresser and chest the center
dd.d dovetailed drawers. All pia superbly craftedInMedil at t4S IS
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Miner .Panel Red w/_..__...l SltS7Otawer Regular $199.83 lenglH regular a..lKe. lads pyd,

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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME

Notice I* hereby given that Notice is hereby given that .. ,.. ,--_.. .
the undersigned, pursuant to the undersigned, pursuant to WATER FRONT lOffS
865-09 Florida .FOR RENT- 12' x 60 Mobile MARTZM CAMPERS
Chapter 865.09 Florida Statutes Chapter Statutes CLASSIFIED AD RATES .. Business Opportunity Zoned FOR SALE'
will register with the will register with the SEWING home In Lawtey. 2 bedroom, On Lake and "
Commercial Crosby CkMby
Deadline for Insertion Monday Cor. Walnut & 90
U.S. West Loke
City
,
Clerk of the Circuit Court in Clerk of the Circuit: Court in 5 preceding Thursday "Brovmlee St. Frame House 1-1/2": bath. Call 782-3655 or Lake Canal. )Canal SO test
I'' and for Bradford County, Florida and for Bradford County, Flo- before p. m.publication. 5 br. 1 bath living room, din. NlACHINESol.s 964-6214, Marvin Rosier. lip wide 8 feet deep) Located on Phone 752-3723:

the fictitious name of: rida, the fictitious name of - room, kit.Front and back porch :State I Road 100, 3 miles Westof For Best Selection Of
Hampton Water Company, under Hampton General Store under Minimum Charge $1.75 Block Apt. Bldg. with 2 separate and Service Starke, Fla. Ideal for vacation
which we are engaged in which we are engaged In busi- (Covers 15 words) apt*. 150'xlSO' lot. Price PUMPSNEW cottage, mobilebttne. or TRAVEL TRAILERS
business at P, 0, Drawer A, ness at P. O. Drawer A, Hamp- Each word over 15, 8C $18,000.00 PFAFF ELNA Investment. MINI-HOMES
Hampton Fla. 32044: ton Fla. 32044: N.w Homes JPrlces start ,at*I.29S.eO, $200.
Arthur Bruno and wife, Barbara Arthur Bruno and wife, Bar- All Classified Ads must be AND USED Maws and 35.00 month for 9ft<< TRUCK CAMPERS
A. Bruno, p O. DrawerA bara A. Bruno, P. O. DrawerA paid for in advance unless BILL POWELL-BROKER, WHITE SALES AND TOppeRSFull

Hampton, Fla. 32044; sole Hampton Fla. 32044; sole you have established account 964-6464 $49:50 PARTS ter-Call:: Line. Of Ports And
owners. owners. with The Telegraph, In that up SERVICE M4-n01 8 sum. *to-9
Dated this 3rd day of August Dated this 3rd day of Augusts event 504 extra charge for I p.nvweekdays. U' Service ;
1972 at Hampton, Brad- 1972 at Hampton,.Brad- billing. Not responsible for Or Parts & Repairs on' Deep and Shallow Wolls ,- --
'
ford County, Florida ford County, Florida. errors when given over the WAYNE DOUGLAS' all oth.r Make Ma Water Softners and FOR RENT- alr-condltioiied I
8/3 4t 8/24 8/3 4t 8/24 phone or when copy is not chines.NATIONAL. FiltersPlumbing 1 cottages on KIngsley Lake.Call j

typed and brought to the of- ,ASSOCIATE Auto 533-2366 after 6. tc/g'/! i
fice. SuppliesEXPERT .

WISH .I'D SAID "Don't. feel sorry for >'ourHf - 964-6593 SERVICE ON FOR SALE; 3 year old quarter I
fwl sorry for the folk' CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 611 W. Univ. Ave. ALL MAKES Repair horse with $100 saddle total

THAT who hnvi to 'lm with )fou."_ Gainesville, Florida; PHONE 964.7051DURRANCE $250, Call 964-5240 after 5

Frank IIrldgrs l TinKmlfh- $1.75 per Inch <378.135.5 Mechanic p.m. tf.
villo (TI'XI') Times'
2 Inch minimum -- $3.50
The Glass Shop
Y.a e --- -- $ SAVE $ PUMP & SUPPLY CO., CL JOE JOHNS United Farm
-arrrs, are urged to
"Truly it wealthy prison IH. avoid betcvan> -meal snacks Memorials Resolutions Proclamations Glass Moved Agency, Inc.
ono that in respected! for what Which ,s line, except that/ lor Card of 'thanks For FRED'DAVIS 5 Blocks North Eaves' Reg. Real Estate
ho in, not what lie h.m," A. J. wait: t teenagers there it no $4.00 Minimum up to 50 864 N. Temple Ave. Broker

Hudson The Oluxtt-v (Okla, ) such thing a* between maali. words. Each word over 50- An CARS and TRUCKS BUICK PONTIAC Shell Paul &. Irene "Faulkner

Chieftain! Installed While-U-Waft .LOTS. FOR SALE Starke Golf ASSOCIATES
I I. Custom Vinyl Auto Tops! CMC TRUCKS"A & Country Club, ready for & 206 S. Water street
I SORRY SALE Is now a merry UTTLE RIDE CAN SAVE building on Garage Stark., Fla. 964.5065 .
gal. She used Blue Lustre rug 1017 N. Main GMDd YOU A LOT" Lots area approximately 1/2, WANT 10 SELL OR '
; Jacksonville and upholstery cleaner. Rent acre and larger. Paved roads 435 E, Madison St. BUY REAL ESTATE?
electric shampooer $1.l Dev- GREEN COyE SPRINGS > only, 3 minutes from town. N'cvt Call Ua For Best Prices
: rick, Inc., Builders Hardware Call 964-7701, 8 .m. to S P.m. .t floor ToCit Pronpects Waiting
t & Supplies, Starke, Fla. Ph. tr: tfchs/I > Power Plant tr<*.
Business 964-6163. It JIMMY MOORE'SSUN
FOR SALE1959 6 cyl. Ford WE GIVE
s FOR SALE- Wurllzer.organ, CARL BEGGS SPORT$ 1/2 ton long wheel base. 964- SHADY COMFORTABLE AND results! List SERVICEWe your get

4300, $1,000. Strad. violin $74. j 7498. 2tp 8/3 ATTRACTIVE: Three large bedrooms sale with us. Call property*-J- for_
'
DirectoryI "147 Phone 964-4418 after' 5.. ftp Gulf Service MOORE DOAT1'1> >B two We baths, living, ,BILL POWELL. BROKER( 964.,

Used Port. YOUR MONEY FOR SALE1964 Dodge four dining kitchen, Florida Room! '6464 or 964-6810. tl/ehc:
I door V8 engine. Good condition l Lots of shade and fruit trees.
.0. FOR SALE519 St. Clair St., THE FINEST_SELECTION OF Starke Ph. 964-5791 new seat covers, good You should see this one.' AJ.
I Sales and Service 5 room furnished frame house, tires, power steering. Thomas, realtor Tel. 964-
tile bath and modern kitchen. USED CARS Complete Outboard AStern 782-3085. ftp 3701. tfchg. .
Cheap for cash.Phone 964-5735
I Parriah Motor owner. ftp I In this whole anal Drive Service and .
I Repair. Complete Fiberglass FOR SALECold drink elec-
See Bill Gardner 24 Hr. Wrecker Service Repair. Custom- tric wet box. 1st $15.00 takes.Tanney' IMiller.
SALESBERVICE FOR SALE1972 ililIf
Chevy Pick- Antiques, 2 miles l BrorlspsVolkswagen
: Truck USED PARTS built Fiberglass. '
'VOLVO up ; red and white Chey- Fishing North city limits on U. S. 301,
PARTS for enne V-8, 7,000 miles. Call Hwy.JOl E1. Waldo BeatLSEWING Starke. UpPERFECT SALES PARTS
964-8647 after 5. 2tp 8/10
your SERVICE
468-1998
HORSE for lady or "
Always Coed Use Can
Ml Lam St. WAITRESSTaking appllca- MACHINES cleaned, child. Classy mare, sorrel with USED IMPORT CARS .
Pb.
35S-S04 tin at Garden Restau-
ILrteningpleasure s now oiled and adjusted in your home, white markings. Easy to han
rant. Itchg $5. Vacuum Cleaner,.repairs dle. Bill Sherwood, 964-6742. HARFRED AUTO
AUTO ELECTRIC L'OREAL SHAMPOO! In' hair also. All work guaranteed. ltp .
INTERVIEWERWanted for color special $2.25 for $1.95at New Vtei ''
Dennis E. Coggins, phone 431- IMPORTS; INC.
PEAVY Brothers work this fall. Give phone num- Koch's Drugs. 4tp. 8/3. 1428. tfchg. FOR RENT- bedroom unfurnished Sales Service \1I/J
ber. Must have private line. 6 miles 509 E. University
block house,
I Electric Co. I ML North.f Tire Man
Not a selling Job. Air mail
Starke. Call for ;
west of appointment Calne.vlJle'372.4373
FOR SALE--Coastal Bale hay
letter Including education,work INTERESTED IN BUYINUOR GAINESVILLE
Alternators
I Starters 964-7443 after 2 p.
experience and name of nter- Out of barn or out of the field
Generators Regulators ences to: American Research Registered Angus calves. Ph. SELLING. ,m. lip e
I
AUTO ---- TRUCK ___ Bureau, Field Operations 4320 ,964-6114 'J. B. ,White tfchg CONTACT NEW 12' x 60' 2 bedroom Ex- C
DIESEL Ammendale Road, Beltsvllle, pando Room. No down payment 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repaired!
Maryland 20705. 3tp 8/17 ACREAGE WANTED GEORGE ROBERTS Just take payments. Olin's
4344 Lena Av. Jon. up and cleaned a( Dahmcrs Discount -
Wanted by individual approximately Mobile Home Sales. 964-5606. fast service tfchgINSURANCE
387.2528 NEW 800 acres some low land REAL ESTATE 2tchg 8/10 lAitE GENEVA
PIANOS would be o.k.State Price and Dlscrlpttoitt
NORELCOBEHIND.THE Lets G& 8eutillq I Phone 737-6174 or PHONE 964-7826 FOR RENTUnfurnished 2 or MOBILE HOME

l YAM AH A'PIANOS -EAR AID write K._Wnkla. 5333 Stetson 3 bedroom house, 534 West .. ,...L"SALD
Road;Jacksonville.;Fla. 32207. 421 W; MADISON ST; Madison St. Fenced yard, good AT REDUCED RATES ,
CONN ORGANS and KIMBALL FEATURING LONG No Brokers or Agents', >please> location.: Call 964-8404 or 533- 'AUTO FIRE BOAT 12' AND: 4i" IrIDlS,

I BATTERY LIfE. snavunJUp I 3tp 8/3 2810. tchg 'PHONE 473f 320
DOYLE E. CONNER
FOR SALE One bedroom
to 250 hours of comfortable : unfinished -
bearing on 1 battery! SojBconomlcal i iwE NOW'BAVE diamond Ilse, house with extra lot. ,EXPERIENCEDElectrician, INSURANCE AGENCY ,PN ROUTE*100
H to use yet delivers diet for any make or model Furniture Included. Sacrifice permanent position. All company tchg. keystone) Height/ ; FU,
,tich.clear sounds. Tiny I stereo player.Dahmer's Discount ) sale. Call 964-8616 after 5p.m. benefits. Starting rate
.
light weight reliable. Comein House. tf/clle ,2tp. $2.30 $2.83 per hour. Apply
be fitted for listening THREE NEVER MEANS Southern Wood Piedmont Company NORTH 301 Near Underwood LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering
pleasure, today! t.KOWD': IN WATER SKIING Baldwin, Fla. 8 a.m. to Motel 15 acres, 600 feet on 6x9 $3.19: 9 x 12 $5.98
'I I ho ultl ,.')Inlf. "IHO'S tuinpim, FOR SALE-- Couple or small 4 pun. 2tchg 8/10 Highway.;! Will sell all or part. 112 x 12 $11.50; 12 x 15 only
/1/ore/ llirius 11 crowd uctcr'applies to family. ,Four Room Frame Lew'sWelding terms. A.J. Thomas,Realf i' $14.95 many patterns and
:KIMBALL "SWINGER" lie ll|xul ot water titling. It alwajsukis dwelling city utilities paves FOR SALE1963 Chevrolet 1/2 'Tel 964-5701.. colors. Dahmer's. Discount.
ORGANS __ u li io of pe"lOnlhll boat street close In. Cheap for ShopWhlsp.rin. ton pick up truck good con- tfchg.
UIII*. iliitir, the ul>...ncr and of course,
Roosevelt Mall3888SI'FURNITURE Ml MM !a .rln.1.| .HMd cash A.J. Thomas Realtor dition $395. Call 964-8869 after -
,
kM Morale*Mra IM*AMI the .I.lcr-1I nuke weekend Pines Motel ''
.M.Mt a skiing 5 p.m. Itp FOR SALE- bedroom house, "
M W> OV *ml mlM'iitinc Phone- 9645701.
later and
much more 100 100 lot in Lincoln
x City.
-------------.3awe injoablc.) US 301 S. Phone O.C. Games,Nursery
I FOR SALEAppaloosa stud Needs work.Call 964-5010,John
I timing, Ifourc.Mm summer 1 planning the on! following melt an New JReducInCnn..r I 42 964.8252 saddle, bridle and blanket. $150If Bradley. Ztchg 8/10 Thousands of Plants.
Tabets, $3.00. Money Back sold by Friday night. Phone Fruit Tree. Shade Trees,
FURNITURE PHONH tips| ulfcrt.il b>' t.lnrude: :Motors UTILITY TRAILERS
Guarantee. Koch
': 1\' I :\cw's !xnlic should help make thai -- Drug 468-1190 Itp HOME, small acreage, must Evergreens, Camellias
AT DISCOUN ; ex'' Icnic nil the more plcusurublc. Store. 10 tp. 9/7 CUSTOM BUILT be cleared, wanted by indivi- ''Azaleas Roses I
AOOftEMIWOUU .J 1
CompleteHous.hold kciiiunl' >tr to recognise and cum GAS AND ELECTRIC WORKING girls and ladies need dual. Send photo If possible. *
1 |1,1)l with true and loial souunuuiq' WANTEDGarden and nursery to borrow extra money. Call Write G. Roller, 1300 N. 64th .bet la cans .,Plant AnJUaeLANDSCAPING
I I >riKK(DATIANDTMU!) s'' rtic'x'n'K, .iiur skiing and inliiiiil.iliun store manager. Experience WELDING I BRAZING Margie at 964-7449. tfchg Way, Hollywood, Fla. 33024.
FurnishingsUp ------------- >. Nome 'steal will allow" Will train
preferred. capable
SHEET METAL 2tp, 8/10 .t ML .,E. ef BUrk, iffy. IMFlorahome
:
ciil da hours,
kling ) during )light Flo-
GAINESVILLE HEARING person. Salary open.Apply
I To 40% Say ln 01 ,In other words, from iiinrlie, tosuniel. TRAILER HITCHES (5t-tU5
rich Pest. 539 E. Call St.. 'SAVE I
AID CO.,j2U9 Other totalities might set Starke. tfchg INSTALLED .* I 50 acres Starke. 40 acres 1
near
The. .JLong DIitano'S i
I Boxley Chair Co. N.W. 13th St. midI specific areas on the water, in good timber,10 acres cleared MAMA PRIEST Nursery School
Kline would l bu P.h.ane'CCllh.W. :
skiing 'permuted. .
Cost In Sunshine Shopping CenterNextToWoolce the latter would "'peclal\ be true MOBILE home and building repairs with nice 3 bedroom home. opens Aug. 14th. Have open- ;
648 'I 1 Block )
*tt of "kite". water I..lingC'UUICI. of all kinds. Also will '*'A Holt J la Your. Roof now handle.air Line!' ing for several more. 2tchg
From I MO 31.009&or378.1942 soiiiutliing only the molt experienced add awnings, skirtings, patios ; tickets, cruises, and tours.. 3 BR frame completely remodeled 89FOR 1
Jacksonville.! 389.1741 skier. should attempt.ATTENTION carports and additional rooms. Or'AWHOLE very nice, Lawtey.
special package
Call 964-8746 tfchg l We SALE1964 Dodge four :

_: *? Tour of NewDisney door V8 engine. Good condition -
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PAINTINGExterior, interior World; 2 Bedroom, 1 bath, In City, new seat covers, good ,
-done carefully and well for NEW frame, on large lot nice house tires, power steering f-
a reasonable price. Call 964- Call 964-7449; 782-3085Itp
8746.. tfchg ROOF Frame Duplex apt., good 10- t'1 1S
TOWN FINANCE CO. .tion. Good Income property. ;WII'IG MACHINE REPAIRS' !i

FOR RENT-, bedroom nice J.4r. J Roofing. Co.. 'P.O.Bor< Zaft-H.,TemDle AND PARTS HOUSE: CALLS .
HI house and furniture. No pets 5 acres, 660' on paved road n- "N
$75. Nice place for older cou- Phone9648088 or 473-4733.. by 330' deep. High dry. SHOP WQRK
I ple. 612 Lake St. Starke, Ph. Hlway W1'tSou tit\ ALL,WORK .o GUARANTIED i
i THOMAS GROCERY H. 782-3511. 2tp 8/3 I .' 3 bedroom home In City; I I"
bath, kitchen. living & dining Cownl.y
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,area,'
& OLIN, .111E mm SALES SINGLES 4. DOUBLE WIDES Large house furnished eo", .,,. iI

,i :Service It Our Policy xpondo Rooms & Add will sleep 15-20 people on An'fN';
On Rooms River Ocala National or-

When buy a mobile home, est. COLLECTOR'S ITEMS
you Fr. l.
< .rlery.and set
MEAT MARKET .. up
you should consider ,quality ,.. BRICA..BRAC'
price and service. "., 100 MILE RADIUS GEORGE ROBERTS J I'/i.Mi,. N.of Keystone
We give all three and guarantee ..;: DI
1 MILE SOUTH OF LAWTEY to beat any advertised -= 4 BANK FINANCING REAL ESTATE State Rd. 100"

price. HWY: 17 North Green Cove PHONE 964-7826 'Bill It Jo Br of.ky. Owner
Our 12 foot irldes start at Phone 4)'i-4483
$3,295.00, T.I. 284.5001'264311 421 W. MADISON ST.

,Hwy. 100 Wosfv- Starke 964.5606EACTOly '


\\i Will Open &S #88S8SS8SSSS W S ,1 PUMP.SERVICE Service MOBILE Guaranteed HOME REPAIRS work. Call& :10 WC.CH JIMP ;

WB1S&P1W5. OUn's Mobile Home Sales. Ph. Home and Buildfu
HELP MEEiD 864-8606. tfchg
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1 kr'; AUGUST ''3 1972 ..- ...-" wells -_-2" .nd up" SECRET. Lost Water Materials'

24 Hr service oa.-Jl. Weight, body bloat, pufflness. WE BUILD -
" Ono Jelst ef Florida, Inc. needs dependably able etc. X-Pel Water PUJ./only.
'di bodied factory help.' No"" experience necessary. mikqGOULDSMYERS $3 or Money Back Refund. Your Plan" Or Our
:, 1 i They Specialize In Meats Steady work, overtime, fringe! benefits. ) Koch's Drug Store. lOtp817 Your Lot Ot: Ours.,"
JACOZZI: PUMPS FREE ESTIMATES

r IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY e P'a' 'S 'FOR RENT12: wide Mobile Rrmndelinf Rtpltsg;
Of All & Sea Food ome. outside city lImft, .
Types 6114 Addition
ATOwpl 9914 BUndinn/ Blvd. and Lynn Whl I. Ph.
4, PHONE 264-3MO." or 864-8799. If no answer [tomes Bought,-"Sold'*
JOIST .
Qf.ng a Park, Fl... call 964-8874. tfchg |ITra.s.4: :-1

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER ACREAGE'FO'RSAU'"' "

> PIN-, -Tu.aiy Thru Sunday 8a.m. 'e l,.11I. Lincoln City Read Monday through Friday WANTEDUsed fImtIV> ; I 1 AC FOR, electric SALECamper brakes. Self trailer con, :fMS51

7:00 A.M. T. 5:00 P.M." TF frfefrators, 'tained. Sleep six, $'.095.00. 'Iwy.3015. ,Star it e,
** :m*, Mscount 1 1 Ph. 964-8323. Itp II :
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