Bradford County telegraph
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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 10, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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JIM Starke city limits,

five persons Mondaytold

( the County Commission -
I t 'A/ -A t4 TI this refusalIs

a hardship to young

i marrieds, poor peo-
I L s 'j,, ; t(1d ple, and some older
HThis couples.The .

group consisted of Ver-
non E. and Mark Olin, owners
of Olin's Mobile Home Saleson
SR-100 west of Starke; David
from the re- Gunter and Clarence Cooper.
Turner have The zoning board has turned
down an Olin request to rezone
be from the same
? 'f< I'r 1 to kill her mother, for a mobile home park at Ml-
yets t and Miss Pat 100 and SIIIOo.the Edwards:
Loop Hood west of Starke, and

trailer fill.d with gasoline cam loot from railroad track at the corn.r of US-301 and Deputy Bradford Dolph County Red C has refused to allow Gunterand
I St. Tuck' Driv-ln in Stark.. art Cooper both near neighbors of
near revealed
the Mack Tractor pulling it Saturday night across th. the Mine, to place mobile homes

on property now zoned re-
said a report re- sidential.
from the Fed- I r l lryj Mobile homes "all
are many
The Part Didn't Got of Investigation! y 1 people can afford," said
I Big In Washington, D. t r Vernon U.1:: Olin, who did most of
three deaths to- 1- the talking for the group. Olin's
sold 30 mobile homes last yearto
t Douglas Allan Goodln. Jacksonville Thompson and Temple at the The vehicle was headed south ley was the : three bullets found r' young couples who moved out
escaped Injuries Friday railroad tracks In South Starke. on US-301 -at about five mph car at 'the// seen .of the girl dls- of the county; because there was ,
r .' *.*.night ,about 10 'when a The tractor and trailer were, aft.r'stopping! tartte. ,railroad" 'after Uie'acoldent.! < "! *weo o ; trailer carrying gasoline came'owned by the Petroleum Car- tracks,at the fork of the roads. No, other. on June 25 were after being nam.d Miss Florida tobacco' Loaf in Lak. could park their trailers,,.he'
... lose from the Mack tractor he riers Corporation of Jackson- were reported to the same ballis .. said.
was driving at the corner of ville. Starke Policeman M.L.; Sib- Police station last and be of the City Friday night. There are long waiting liststo
and makeas those get into mobile home parks
Beauty; Shop near near the city Olin pointed out.
the deaths lie said the zoning board refused -
women last Novem- Bradford CoedWinsColiambia to allow he and his son.
4.77 Million School Mark, to open a mobile home
$ 10)D the department park on their property, and
;i fingerprints that the property was been
laboratory in the termed a swamp.
f ; evi-
t "If that Is a swamp all Bradford -

::4 pending Bill Adopted of are the coed led 16-year-old was to believe placed said."A County mobile is home a swamp Is a "better Olin

" home than 90 per cent of the
about two miles
Contest homes I passed in NE Stark*on
i. off SR-16 on
Beauty my way to this meeting/ It not
day, or shortly af-
A $4.77 million 1972-73 Bradford much higher when I"ll eat this shirt I'm wearing,
was finally keep your head up, Casey temnce will cost Mrs. Bobble "
school budget was given adopted July 27 with little puts it. The superintendent 384.The 37, and Patricia take It off and start right now.

final! approval.at a public hearing fanfare. A public hearing is will receive $18,324 in salary schools will were found shot to Miss Martha Buckley, 17, a weekend for two at Daytona: Mobile homes can be attrac-
July :Inattended' only by required by law, however next year for heading up the 10,000 in federal .; 30 Nell's.; senior at Bradford High School, Beach. Miss Buckley was tive when shubbery is plantedand
school *ffl.ials and two politi- Having little Interest shownin 4,000 student school system for transporting on SR-21 five miles was selected 1972 "Miss I'lo- crowned by Senator W. E. Bis they are skirted with a
can candidates running for the school budget, the largest which is by far the largest military or Heights. rlda Tobacco Leaf" Saturday, hop. small fence Olin said. Every
school offices in the county by far, Is "business" in the county. sonnell and $ at the Columbia County Fair- The pageant was sponsoredby family they would allow In
driver was the last
The new'spending bill exceeds nothing new to school officials. Instructional salaries Is by federal school seeing grounds In Lake City. the Agricultural Task Force their park would be requiredto
last year's byisome half million far the largest single expen- of the Lake City-Columbia do those things, he said.
It happens that way every year. $712,847 Is on Nov..; 30 as Miss Buckley, daugher of
OlIn said he
dollars 1 diture of the school system, school between two Mr. and Mrs. Gary Buckley County Chamber of Commerce. planned to place
The 72-73 operating budget, in 197273. Miss local sponsor only two trailers per acre,
Originally estimated at$4.48 totaling $2,646,809 projects under beauty shop to- of Bayless Highway, Starke, Buckley's
million,'the size of the budget largest of the school system'sfour That Includes $72,986 for con- High and received a $100 scholarship,
different budget parts, totals sultants and supervisors, $1- School, plus body end- $50 in gift certificates: and aNo ($.. Pag. 10)) (S.. Page 10))
$3,624,990. The operating 63,056 for principals, $1,535401 ,- conditioning 34 of the mysterious
budget is up halt million dollars salaries of teachers,
chili L1awf drier or the 1971.72 level of $149,734 for other Instructional and Southslde case, that of her
and Southslde
but state and
$3.1 million due to Influx One
all an staff, and $477,351 for salaries Schools, and a are still press No AppearsTo
of new state monies, according of vocational adult edu- age. $274,618 is the slajlngs.
,to Supt. Tom Casey. cation personnel II.! Salaries of debt service.
t' The debt service budget secretarial, clerical, and of the body were
1 total $509,662 for 1972-73, the teacher aides total $163,692. Building lmpr for examin
/I capital improvement (building) School plant operation, salaries than bond Issue : Robert Cllne Judicial,path- Protest Taxes
I' budget totals $728,590, and the supplies, and utilities, the Eighth
contracted program fund, from are tabbed at $171,537. Main- (S.. Page ) Xlachua who deter-County
federal and state sources, totals -
149960. This brings the the body was shot : one taxassessmentMonday aooeared to protests ing land In Bradford County, case all the way to the Florida
his 1972
total 1972-73 Bradford school protested at equalization hear Supreme Court, losing at every
TEENAGE budget to over $5 million, but Jax W T family Iden- afternoon, hut even Contain ing from 1965 until this year.
and white blouse Corp. of America, the timber turn. Several years of complaints
transfers cut it
interbudget immediate vicinity firm for the past, eight years still are pending
DAflCEThursJa? ; back to $4.77 million. .An engagement has registered complaint after The timber firms, including: the 8th Circuit Court's Judge
#} The $3,167,286 new school Instate budget funds Includes -, To Help at the scene was complaint about It land valuesin Container Corp., subsequentlytook the John A.H. Murphree.
f Valerie's by her Bradford County. their complaints to
Night <
> the bulk of that, $2,750.720, Circuit Court. In three days
coming from the ,Minimum Mike Jackson The Board ofAdjustmentmet in 1965 the Cir- Lontr was obviously pleased
of ,
August 10 "There can't help but be some and Mrs. Blake that no complalntant appearedat
Foundation Program. Federal the big plant will called the meeting border,and cuit Court ruled In favor of the
monies received through state overflow Into this area," said of 2.000 1 Starke and a friend adjourned Just to make it of. the tax hearing Monday. He
Long's new
., 8 P.M.. Midnight % agencies total $249,377. Local Chamber Executive John Myerl sonnell and 12,000 bearing the Initial flclal. Tax Assessor Gene Long county values. Container appealed Its said he hopes the lengthy conflict : -
I. I funds, raised In Bradford last Thursday, concluding a description workers.A L. tlaynes, Starke property values, therefore, Is finished.
Music By County mostly by property taxes of Jobs offered by $164,000,000 Valerie's stand inviolate for this year
t from the school's 10.6 mill Jacksonville's Westtnghouse- Is expected at
ruE $ levy, total $557,277about 11 years.Tenneco project I In the next 10 For every property 7 iie hearing' owners was the l tied opporw-to give Miss McCain Resigns I

per cent of the total budget. W-T employes It nlty to protest what they might
STYRPPiIOAMSOLE Total estimated revenue of Phase one of the W-T Joint there will be Committee have considered unfair assessments -
I the school for the 1972-73 fiscal venture to construct floating created In related Rallies on the 1972 tax roll. Extension Agent's Post I
nuclear electric plants in 1972-
year is estimated at $4- Industries.A County; Commissioners George
f 003,940. Incoming transfers 73 will employ 1,500 construc- $ : Roberts, Dv: Shuford! and Eddie -
New Armory totaling $240.738 and a $768- tion workers and 500 administrative In Jacksonville County's Demo- Allen and School Board Miss Martha Sue McCain, resignation as Bradford County;
i 524 year beginning balance personnel! W-T has expected when the Committee Members HjV. LawsonandSee- Bradford home extension agent Extension Horn Economics: Agent -
pushes the total spending bill Imported 125 administratorsfrom Tenneco facility Friday, August 11, ber Goodman composed the for the past 7 1/2 years, has effective August 16.
Edward Road }# over the $5 million figure.It Texas and Maryland.. duction, Myers m. in the county; board of adjustment submitted her resignations to "It has been my plessur.lo'
The 1973-74 period of con 5,000 additional meeting room In the County Commission effect have worked In this fine area
Admission $1.50 is the first time Bradford "It's the first time since 1964' -
to plan po 18,
calls ive next August
,,, has struction by for arise created In Wednesday and to have had your cooperation -
schools have really for the 1972 po- that no one has protested
P.r Person to 1,000 administrative expected to locate Miss McCain has accepted and support.
sufficient funds with which to his tax assessment, said Assessor a
personnel and an lncrs toa wishes for
rounding "My good yourcontinued
operate, Supt. Casey has stat Gene Long. position as home economics Instructor -
cm -.., ed. In the past two years total of 7,500 workers. Th Chamber and all can Following enactment of the at the Christian Horn growth" and accomplishments. -
greatly increased state school From 1973-79 when W.T will ectors agreed :>> been I invited to Just Value Law In 1964, requiring and Bible School,a privet school .
ihr r c dJammunity&iarliank spending has given counties have Its first units"on the line" raise $3 500 for according to Com- tax assessors to raise land In Mount Dora. It Is 30 miles County Commission Chairman -
such as Bradford, In which major and will have employed 1,700 annual Calf Guy Andrews. values nearer cash value, Long from her home in Wildwood George Roberts expressed
{ portions of school funding administrative personnel and keyed the transfer fire depart- complied and. In doing so,about "It Is with mixed emotions (Miss the McCain's board's appreciation InvalwM for
cornel, front outside sources, 8,000 production workers for the ,Chamber to and Brooker tripled the preceding tax roll. inform Ihaveaccept- service
that behalf of the board and
AN_ ..... u. you on
T........ the means to operate."Now 9,700 total employees. fund. Myers told : interest in A number of landowners, including ed eployment In Mount Don, wished her wU In hr new po
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In 1982 political five timber Florida and an submitting my sition.
you can operate, If you When In full operation (S.. Page ) firms own-


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Mrs. Seymour Party Planned I trr Carol l Ann DarleyTo St. Mark's PicnicA Setting A Lively Pace .

Wins ContestMrs. For Summer Wed Mr. Redding t Kingsley Lake ."

Reading ProgramAll Parade
Elizabeth Seymour was Mr. and Mrs Ralph J.Darley Members of St. Mark's Epis- Cottons
the winner of The Telegraph'scontest of Starke announce the engage copal Church enjoyed a parish
identifying the most boys and girls' who filled ment and approachine marriage picnic last Sunday afternoon at
members In an old picture of a their summer days with fun and __ of their daughter, Carol Ann,to the Kingsley Lake home of Mr. School
Rotary Softball team of more adventure by participating in the :., Jerry Edward Redding, 'son of and Mrs. James Blackshear. Back To
thean IS years ago. Mrs. Sey- Bradford County Public Mr.and Mrs. L.A. Redding Sr. Swimming and a picnic lunch
mour correctly Identified all Library's "Take a Giant Step" of Lawtey. were enjoyed during the after
but six players In the picture.The Reading Program are Invited Miss Darley Is a -1971 graduate noon.
correct names are (from a party from 10 to 11:30: Friday of Bradford Higji School,
left to right): Lex Green, Al I morning, Aug. 11, at the Bradford She Is now attending Santa Fe f
Kay Carlisle, Guy Sale, T.K. County Library. Junior College and Is employedat 4L
McClane, Freeman Register, Reading certificates will be Carp's Department Store In
Jr., Peter Jaudon, T.II. Slade, returned and all participant 1 Starke.
P.D. Reddish, Gil Newcomb, will enjoy games'.led by Miss Mr. Redding Is a 1970 graduate r
Bill Graham Al CrosbyJames Linda Haas Refreshments will of BUS and Is employed -
A. Griffin, A.J.Thomas,Jr.,Ed be served. by fitanlumEntarprisesliroen. \,
Shull, Leslie Shepherd, Herbert Mrs. Martha Minx,Librarian, cove springs.
Deal, Bill Mundy,James Lewis termed this year's program a PFC. Robert Marks paramedic for U.S. Army Recruiting The wedding will be an event
and Jack Trawlck. tremendous success. She said program in Jacksonville, gives these Girl of Friday Aug. 18, at 8 pun. In
Mrs. Seymour will bo awarded 122 participated last year and Scouts at Camp Neyatl advice on first aid. the Pine Level Baptist Church
a one-year subscription to this summer 163 children have with a reception afterward In New
The Telegraph. enjoyed the program. the church fellowship hall. AU
Girl Scout Camp Closes friends and relatives are invit- Arrivals
ed to attend.

Dr. Barry'sCondition Surprise Party Eight days of Girl Scout
The girls took part in a pow - StableDr. For Paul StarlingA / cam inI{ at Camp NeyaU on wow Wednesday for parents Norman Family k
Kingsley Lake were concluded and friends where each unit
today (Thursday Aug. 14). displayed their work and pre Reunion Aug. 13 Mr. and Mrs. Randolph B.
surprise blrthdaypartywas
A.J. Barry, who has been given for Paul Starling last Sun- Fifty scouts have enjoyed sented an Indian play dance Newland of Kingsley Lake announce -
confined in the Alachua General hiking, swimming arts crafts and legend. The camp theme the birth of a son,Brant
Hospital for several weeks day Kingsley afternoon Lake. Hostesses at his home on song,dances, baton and badge was Indian Lore. Relatives and friends of the Wesley on Aug. S in Alachua
is still in intensive care although were work. Camp Neyatt staff member late S.J.and Emma Carter General Hospital.
his condition is stable Starlings Mrs. Harvey During the first week the were: Norman will have their annual
and C.M.
and a shade better. older scouts stayed for one Director Mrs. A. J. Eaves. reunion on Sunday Aug. 13, at Mr.and Mrs.Charles Francisof
overnight outing where they Co-Director Miss Hjaimar the Lake Butler Community Starke announce the birth ofa
The barbecue dinner and prepared and cooked their own McMillan Mrs. Center. A basket lunch will be ,
R. S. Mulllns, Donald Ernest
lie is still In serious con- son, on Aug.
birthday cake were served to
meals. served at noon. .
to Mrs. Bin Rouse Mrs.JayCar- 4 In Alachua General Hospital.
dition, according a report
approximately guests on the
This week's special eventwasa
ver, Mrs. Gruen, Mrs. Smith,
from Mrs. Harry Wednesday
dock. Swimming and boating Chil-
trip to the Gainesville
noon. Mrs. Wainwright Mrs. Hall Whitehead Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M,Hen
were enjoyed during the afternoon dren's Museum where they saw Mrs. Patray, Miss Cathy Casey Miss
the birth of
ley announce a son
the Indian Exhibition Miss Caddell Miss Jean To'Wed Sept. 1 1Mr. on August 8 In the Gainesville tl.Mi
Whlffen, Miss Barbera Godwin Medical Center. .
waterfront director Mrs.
Robert Marks flrstalder.PFC. and Mrs. Leslie White-
Robert Marks Glen Mulllns head announce the engagementand DUPLICATE BRIDGE
and Mike Crews.Shower approaching marriage of
their daughter Gayle to John RESULTS +r
Manning, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Mrs Edward Burn and TA. -
Given Clyde Manning of Starke. Sundem were the winning coupleat -
The wedding will be held Friday Duplicate Bridge Tuesday
For Fran Casey, Sept. 1, at 8:00 jwn. at the night Lee Overstreetand COTTON GET-TOGETIIER-5cparatesln brushed cotton
SALE DAYS TIIURS. MON.earls home of the bride. tin Sanders were second and offer multiple ways to head back-to-school stylishly.
Bride.Elect. All friends and relatives are Jack Burnette and Charles Snap-front shirt Jackets team up here with front-zipped
invited to attend. Riddle third. A-lfne skirt and bellbottoms. Completely machine-wash'
were able the Cinderella separates in Wamsutta cottons feature .
Miss Fran Casey bride-elect a multi-colored fruit print on navy blue
Jamborcie of Roger Kelly was honored

with a bridal shower Saturday ; ,' f
night in the Educational Building '' "
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of the Bayless Highway Baptist .
Church. ;; ; : : ,. 1, ,
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The party room was decoratedwith f" < \ ..." :
and .'
yellow green streamers -
+ ,..- The refreshment table was

t ... ;"'' ... ,. 1 covered with an imported< r .. ', ,. --., it linen cutwork cloth over yellow
.1 and was centered a"cM9e i
1 Sleek, stylish..the perfe t "... paper bride doll. Green, ,1Id tart ; d }
yellow decorated sheet cakes
sportswear to get y u. In were served. '
the mood for a : The punch table was centered

time. And look at tow with a crystal punch bowl encircled MEMSSPORT

price Carps rustled up I Games with were fern.played during the

evening and prizes were won by il SHIRTS .
Mrs. J.R. Kelly Mrs. Louise t

( Norman Upon arrival and the Miss honor Casey guest her I Values SI' $2 .00 CHAISE

r mother Mrs. J.D. Casey and Th3M
; : ; Mrs. J.R. Kelly the groom-to

'_ ; be's corsages.mother were presented GIRLSSPORTS $1.00 LOUNGES It..

The hostesses were Mrs.Lucille WEAR & .'
Eddy, who presided at the
punch bowl Mrs. Edna Jones, : SHORTS SWIMSUITS $2.00 :" Req.

who cut the cake Mrs.Janice TOPS ,! .97 :" ,
Joyner, who helped at the gift : 8.97 $ 5
table Mrs. Bernice Kelly Mrs. .
Joy Faulkner and Mrs. Essie ii LADIES .:: .'
The hostesses presented Miss ,a SHORTS
'x .1 Casey with the serving platterto ;
her chosen chlm
pattern asa
F i
4t5 memento of the occasion. i '
r About fifty guests were Invited Reg' .00 ; <, ;
to attend
To $ 2 ii' ,

3.99 :
Linda Colson/ :: ;
r rg I Is HonoredA

:! p t Shower ,. ,
;rr h -, ,.".,o.t.'M'. .,. _..: ,,
l Erin Dur.b'e' San. P"4 ,\,:::
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Miss Linda Colson, bride- \
forlud and comp'e'eIV.u.r.n' .i + .x f (i
..... elect of Chad Owen Preston,was '
honored at a linen shower Tuesday CHILDREN SHOES ;/ Gowns, Pajamas Reg. To"3,29
night of last week given by .
Miss Kathy Faulkner and Mrs. J GIRLS :..
Warren Carver at the home of .2. .
I $1 $2.00 $3.00 ,
t the latter on Cherry Street.A ,> BOYS 00

for him t yellow and green color 1 $2
scheme was carried out in the t VALUES TO 5.99 3 I,
Choice of Flare \ party; decorations. :
or Your ? Games with prizes were en- ,
Western models in a Y c .i' Joyed by the 12 guests.

Indigo Blue. Sizes Choice Among those attending were t; ,. .. ..., ..,
29 to 40. Mrs. T.F. Colson,mother the f '-'" '< .< << .. .', '-"' ., ,
$ J honoree Mrs. James D. Preston :' I!
for her. mother of the groom
.. elect Mrs. David Hartley LADIES SHOES
front, and Miss Sandra Huggins of
599Button vt Gainesville. '-Z
patchpocketwith ."
with trim top & ) ., ?t, honoree The hostesses with a bedspreadasa presented the {:. Assorted Styles MENS
flare In
eea. Navy memento of the occasion. $1.99
to 18. Values To 3.99

Full Zipper model with four big pock........ F CASUAL PANTS
Hodges Reddish ;(4t.
R 't.,:

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ladies ladies
rt. I Values To 6.99
? Mr. and Mrs. James M. Reddish $2.00
panties panties Jr of Starke announce the .
marriage of their daughter, MEWS & BOYS
"...4SC, nM.5SC Bette Elaine to Randall Evan d Perm PressBASKETBALL & '
8$4 7.4 Hodges son of Mr. and Mrs. r'
E.W. Hodges of Hampton Lake. SHOESr '
Non-shrink 100% Non run rayon The marriage was performed $3.00.
combed cotton. ) !I split leg. double July 29.Don .
White, sizes 5 to :back.Elastic waist ,DO t;
10. band. White, sizes Reg 2.59 $ 2
FAMOUS ".. FpBg" r:
? ,,, STYLE 1OO% ,....... 8. 9 and 10. Richie son of Mr. and
IIIz..II.10. ........4184 Mrs. C.W. Richie is on two ,.
weeks active duty; with the Naval \\, : I IFRI.
Air Reserve in Puerto RIco :; 1'to'-: 1


the next two weeks with friends
In California.

Page 2 Telegraph August 10, 1972

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Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Haaen
of Mobile, Ala. were weekend WIN
Mrs. Christine Uyfleld <4 guests of Mrs.A. E.McKlnmy.
Fort White Tu8.lda7Y1a1t.-
or of Mrs. W. F. Herlcog. + I Mrs. Nell McDonald and sons,
Robert and David of Gainesville
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham were Monday and Tuesday -
vent the past two weeks in visitors of Mr. and Mrs.R. .
West Florida and Alabama on P. McLendon.

Mrs. C.F. Fink and daughter, 1Z h Price'Clearance
LI.., of New Orleans.la.visit. sa
ed Mrs. Fink's mother. MM. At Leila'sMr.
Ella Moody,:the first of the
'week. and Mrs. W.M. Merle of !
St. Petersburg spent the week-
Mrs. Dora Beaslejr of Lake end with their parents Mr.and I ChevroetOIdsI
Santa Fe visited Mrs.WJH.Hart Mrs Paul Meng at Hampton
and Mr. Ella Moody Monday.Mr. Vacation Check List lake. and Mr. and Mrs. E.L.
Matthews. They took back with
.and Mrs. Gerry Gibson them their nephew John Miller,
Merritt Island ,visited his parents What to do before :you goon -Use credit cards,travelers and brother Mike Meng, for
.and Mn. L.H. Gibson vacation? checks--don't take cash. Keep several days visit.
over the weekend.Dr. Florida's Department of A- receipts for traveler's checks:
grlculture and Consumer Services separate from the checks.: Local addmlttances to Brad-
and Mrs. B.C. GlIb of has compiled the follow- --Use common sense In purchasing ford County Hospital this week
Murray Ky. are visiting Mr. Inc check list for safe guardIng souvenirs of:your trip- Include Mrs. Carolyn Griffls
and Mrs. Seeber,Goodman during your home and some suggestions most of them are thrown out Raiford; Mrs. Vloleta Shockley. I SPREADING
the week.; to vacations or gather dust later. Most of and John L.AnderlOl1o Keystone
more sn them are cheaply made and Heights; Mrs. Louise Monroe
Mr. and Mrs; Charles Fields -Take precautions to prevent overpriced. Waldot; and John W.Smith Mrs.
of Jacksonville visited Mrs. burglary. Beware of free vacation Gracie Hutto Leroy Norman
J.H. Fields Sunda)'. Leave a few lights on or gimmicks.you Investigate to find Mrs Emma harris, Tonya Re- A
by lights that turn on and off are getting. Be nee Koehler Howard Neats,
Cindy Patrick of West Florid* automatically. sure of the location of the Vacation Mrs. Edna Sauve.! and Mrs.Da-
and Sherrill Weldonof Jacksonville -Stop delivery of your mall, spot, the quality of the lore. J. Fields :Starke.
spent the past week with newspaper andotherdellvel'l.s. hotel advertised, what Is Included -
their grandmother Mrs Gladys Notify your neighbors ora- and what you pay for food Tyler Jones Is a patient in LITTLE
Weldon. partment manager that:you will or transportation. St. Luke's Hospital. Room 131. !
be gone and ask them to watch -Have:your car completely and will undergo surgery In' a
Mr,and Mrs.John Watson m your house. Tell them what checked and serviced by your few days. Mrs Tyler Jones Is
have returned from ten days vacation lights will be left on. regular service man beto..JOUatart staying/ with Mrs Alt Green In
In White Sulphur Springs, -Do not tell the society edi- your trip. Callahan.
W. Va.:Durham.. ,N.C.and Knoxville tor In the local newspaper that -Watch out for unscrupulous I
Tents :you will be vacationing; the service stations. Get out of l
fewer people that know:you will your car and watch the service Miss Toni! Denise Whltt, fli//
Mr.and Mrs.Robert Wiggins be away, the safer your.bousa. attendant when he Is checking daughter of Mrs. HazelR.Wldtt
and son of Virginia Beach, Va. will be the oil stick battery etc. Do of Starke and Lacy L Whltt, of
spent the past week with Mr. -Have your lawn trimmed not allow any repairs until you McCarr Ky., was f rstrununerup -
and Mrs.Otis Wiggins.' before you leave or arrange to have another station's estimate in Miss Magnolia Fair contest ''I'II
I have It trimmed while you're and, If possible, wait until you in Williamson W.Va. Miss
gone. return home for any type of Whit Is a 1972 BBS, graduate. I
Mrs. W. F. Herlong had as service. I
visitors Monday and Tuesday -Have your phone discon --Pack light. Luggage gets Mr. and Mrs. Louie Beck and
of last week Mrs.H.R.Layfleld nected. Some burglars phoneto heavy and a porter is not always baby of Peoria HI. were recent
of Lake Harbor. Mrs. Betty see if the occupants of the available to assist you guests of their aunt Mrs Mat.
hayfield and sons of St. Augustine 'house are at home and the recorded Also, tipping Is expensive.Plan ) Creshamanduncleandaunt.
Mrs. Bobby Enflnger message that "this -- your trip so you don't Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Beck, all of
of Black Ala. and Mrs. Sue phone has been temporarily get overtired driving well Starke. They enjoyed a tour of
EnOnger of Mobile.Ala. connected" will prevent them seeing. Make reservationsand Disney World and Miami and
from knowing positively that the In advance. Florida Is packed returned home by plane on Sat-
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wain house II unoccupied.Mrs. during the summer months. urday. Other guests of Mrs.
wright and Mrs.Charles Darby Gresham were Mr. and Mrs.
attended the funeral of their C.L. Taylor of Tallahassee,
brother-in-law, Albert T.Spen James Biggs and son Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner on Sunday.
cer In Winter Haven last Fri- and Mrs. Graves Morris and and family 'of Orlando were
day morning. Also attending son of Murray Ky.are visiting Sunday overnight guests of Mr.
the funeral were Mrs. Gene Mrs. Biggs' parents l. Mr. and and Mrs. Barney McRae while Yl Price ClearanceAt i
Shaw, Mrs. :John Kopelousos, Mrs. Henry StefanelU this week. enroute to North Carolina on Leila'a
and,Mrs. Randy Johns. vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Taylor
Mr. Lou Struth and daughter Jr. and daughers of Jacksonville Mrs. John Hodge Sr. and Mrs. Alfred Newland of Man
Martha, spent the week- spent the past ten days Mrs. Lorraine Rhule and daughter W. Va. Is visiting her son and i
end In Plant City with Mr. and at the Merritt Williams cottage of Palatka were Saturday daughter-In-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Rodman Struth and family. on Klngsley Lake. guests of Miss Madge Middle- Randolph Newland and baby son
Ken and Chuck Struth returned ton. for ten days.
with their grandmother Mrs. L. D. Vinliw visited Mr. i
Mrs. Lou Strut"for a week's and Mrs. J. C. Vlning In Palat Mr. and Mrs. M. W. OBrian
visit. ka over the weekend. Price Clearance' and sons of Miami were recent

a. .... ** t At L.ile'aq: guestsof! her parents l. Mr. and ,
Miss Katharine Peek will return > Y +, Mrs. T.H. Sbde.
pJ t! PiJce Clearance : Some this weekend from Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Ter-
At Leila's Georgia Southern College willegar Jr. spent Wednesdayto Miss Louise Stern Is attending CNEVR I
Statesboro Ga. Sunday the Blltmore Forest / the Luster fall showing in e
Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Baldwin Country Club In Asheville, Atlanta Ga.Randolph.
had an guests during the past Mrs. Eloise Durden of Jack- N. C. They were Joined by Mr.
week Mr.and Mrs Leslie With sonville Beach Is visiting Mrs. and Mrs. Vernon Scarborough Newland has returned -
ers and sons of South Beloit,HI. H. M. Richards' for several of Charlotte N. C. home after undergoing surgery i
and Mr. and Mrs. Harris Withers Monday In Alachua General -
of Phoenix, Aria. days.Mrs. Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mrs. Hospital.
Ben Rowland Is conva- Malcolm Pownall have returned
lescing at home after surgery from a month's visit with LUV
Greg and Athena Moore of Salisbury recently In Alachua General friends and relatives Coats- Come In And Let Us Show You

N.C. are spending a Hospital. vllle Pa. and Hamilton N. Y.. THE BRADFORD
month with their grandparents and sightseeing at Niagara
Like You Have Never Seen
Mr.and Mrs. Fred Bennett,Sr. H Price Clearance Falls. .e.IT'S .

Published' every Thursday
Capt. and Mrs. Stu Sterllngof At Leila's
Tenn. last Dewey Hedge of Charleston, al US W. Can StreetSUrme
Memphis, were
Tuesday! and Wednesday! guestsof J. D. Yeager has returned S. C. visited Ms brotherinlaw Florid 32011
Mr. and Mrs. John Myers. from a 17-day tour of the Holy and sister Mr. and Mrs.C. .
Land. G. Hill at Klngsley Lake Second dais restate Bald. TOUGH LITTLE MODEL
Mr. and Mrs. Don Neel and over the weekend.Mr. at Siark'e. Florid
sons attended the NY Jets and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkins
'footlJaU game In and family of Jacksonville wereSunday and Mrs. Paul L. Miller, BahseripUoB Bates! WITH JUST ONE ENGINE -ONE TRANSMISSION
Jacksonville Saturday night visitors of Mr.and Mrs. spent the weekend In Walker. !. trade areas ..... per 1
Titus Olson. La. visitirar' relatives.Stanley yrj SZ.7S six aoeaths.Owtotde ONE INTERIOR -SIX COLORS ... AND
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson spent
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Gerald Norman & Otha Miller and trade area 8531per
John Anderson In Callahan. and son visited Mr. and Mrs. Elaine Leach spent Sunday years
B. J. Eggers In Jacksonville afternoon at Six Gun Territory. ,
Lisa 'Alvarez spent several Friday and attended the Glen
days last:week with Mr. and Campbell show that evening. SIMPILEThat's
Mrs Greg Alvarez In Ocala.
': Mr. and Mrs. Al Waddelland West Coast
Dr. and'Mrs..WA. Hartman' baby daughter Denise,have What It's All A bout.
of DunedIn were last Thursday! returned from a ten-day vaca- .
overnight guests ,of Mr. and tion In Mississippi Arkansasand Seafood Plaza
Mr. Guy Andrews. Tennessee.

We Have A Good Selection 1\1 0 W !
'Major Drew Reddish returned Mr. and Mrs. Fuller In Stock
Saturday after two weeks at and family of Moultrte, Ga. are 1228 N. E. 5th Ave
National Guard School Hatttesburg. guests this week of Mr. and
Miss. ley Mrs.Lake.J. H. Moncrief at Kings- Waldo. Read Gainesville With Most Of The Eight Options And Colors.

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-'--. County Commissioner ;I Yen Take Our SHIM

44 t District 5 Home And Cook It. .

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( FOR 25 YEARS AND I FEEL THAT ''i We Will Ceek It The Way


ROAD, EQUIPMENT WILL BE INVALUABLEIN Just Call 3784751For U.S. 301 North Phone 9$4-75CO

Take OutService


j 'Vote And Support Will Be House 5 ,clallties. 'Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"August

Appreciated tPSI.K .1 Fresh Mullet, Shrimp, Oysters. Crabs
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Machine Robbed}Sunday, Investigate Bargins Carefully, II amp tori; Area 'N ews': J 1:

Mac Baldwin Chevrolet and Then the next. Bal
morning Warns Florida Consumer Service
Oldsmobile on North Temple win reported money missing By in'Rplyn v. P411gh
Avenue was broken Into and from the drink'machine'' and rrr
entered Sunday night and an Claude llardee and Scotty. Rho-! August Is a popular month, able for a limited. time only. CONSUMEi1 BARGAINS '
undetermined amount of money den investigated. robbery.The for many kinds of sales. Watch "golng-out-of-busl- FOR AUGUST York. Wade Pristo? spent last
taken from the drink machine.At The consumer needs to be ness" sales very carefully; Member extend an Invitationto with his aunt and ut
aware of some of the pitfalls some stores use this gimmick all area residents, age 45 or urday
annually even though a Floridalaw .August Is well known as the older, to Join them for fun and Mr7indMrs.J.G.Adklns.VIs
Involved. Although most businesses
10 pun. the alarm went culprits entered the.paint prohibits this practice.A best month! for purchasing an fellowship with friendly people. with the 1Ilftgence t : DlvI
off and Policemen Pat Henry room through the north door have legitimate sales, bargain is only a bargain automobile and also as end-of- Why not circle the first and of the U.S"Nay' and 1* 01
there are stores which take advantage -
and Julius Eunice reported it with the tools of an underter- of a consumer's lack when the family actually uses the-month summer clearances third Fridays of each month on way back 1 t** pr? 1. atte
to Mac Baldwin. the owner of mIned mtnre.PlLY for bathing suits, shoes and ElevenMembers/
the auto of knowledge warns the Florida It. If the family doesn't like your calendars for regular rdghYtn{ FIre I
dealership, butadvlaed Department of Agriculture and spinach, they still won't eat clothes. meeting dates, and try' to make Monday
tl8t It was fiUse. Consumer Services. It Just because Its a -bargain. Also, many fresh fruits and the next one on August 18, at meeting. Nex>Weettng<- da
Remember, most-stores will Be especially critical of the vegetables are at the peak of 7:30: p.m. in the Hampton City; September lY->e'I-A..
quality of sal Item sometimes supply and offer bargains for Hall.
any ; -
not exchange a sales item--If .r '
'HE VERI RICH ;you: buy it on sale, don'texpect a productofa lower grade use at the present time and for -
to return Id! is substituted for the regular freezing for future use e. Fi TIllS 'N THAT [PABCtNATINI
CAN AFFORD CHEAP AIRCONDITIONING Be sure the Item Is really Item. Sales of, garden furniture, Guests attending a fish fry at ';.
< a bargain by comparing! prices Florida law requires that the lawn equipment, summer i the home of Wilton and Iris Hart a 17w
and brands in various stores. store have the advertised pro- sports equipment, air condN were Edwin and Lucille Vlckery
Don't be fooled by an "Inflated duct available in sufficient tioners and all types of camping and children and Melvlnand w
regular price." quantity; to meet a reasonable supplies are also popular. nice Corbett and children,all of' lac

QUALITY WORK Be leery of any advertisementthat demand. Starke.
says the product Is avall- Bait and Switch advertising Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall and
DOESN'T COST IT PAYS is Illegal In Florida. An Item, Good Brakes Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vaughan
advertised at a ridiculously low visited Horseshoe Beach Sunday
fiN REFRI7ERATION price may be the "bait. If Give Drivers afternoon. They had dinner In ',''s:'
the salesman disparagesthe Gainesville before returning t a
WEATHERTRONI AIR Item or uses pressure to church services.
I It AT PUMPS switch you to a more expensive Safety MarginGive Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Reedand
substitute, it is likely a vIolation children of Lansing, 111. spenta tara
of this law. Report cases week with Mr. and Mrs. F.C.
226 S. Walnut St. STARKE' J 964-7731 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jackson to Division of Consumer Ser- youself the "brakes" Reed. They visited Disneylandand
have purchased the Claries vices, The Capitol, Tallahassee and stay alive is the advice Silver Springs during their eir'delelR.
Sawyer home east of Starke and Florida, 32304 given to all drivers by the llay. a ..
moved In over the weekend The Florida Highway Patrol. Mr. and Mrs. F.C: Reed hada
Jackson home on Butler Road family get-together at their
ANNOUNCING A NEW was purchased by Mr. and Mrs. FloridaBeef "Brakes are probably one of home last Sunday. Guests were
Manuel Stephens, whoalsomoved the most Important components Mr. and Mrs. Micheel Reed of
last weekend. of a vehicle. Many emergency This 50-inch rattlesnake, held Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Bill
MAN IN TOWNIn Salad situations could be avoided It by Susie Powell, was killed Templin of Toledo, Ohio. L: I
Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade have brakes are kept In sound con- Monday night In her carport on Mr. and Mrs J.G. Adkins ,I
late Sept. 1965 Air En- r tven though we make our US 301 South. Vollie
in this busJnes.ltmeanamuch returned to their home here dition always Instantly ready Browningand were guests of their son-in-law
gineers Inc. was formed The living to It after spending several I monthson Florida. n.nllinLpttuce to perform," says Colonal El- Charles Henley answeredher and daughter, Mr.and Mrs.Joel
PrIncipal owners were W.H. more us. means a their boat, the Flara B., Thinly diced cold cooked dridge Beach, director of the distress call and shot the Smith, at their summer home on JIM .L\\WSQH.
chance to
Hardle serve making -
William Watson and of life you in South Florida and the Bahamas Florida beef Patrol. snake, which had six rattles Lake Geneva for a fish fry last ,14mill
more comfortable -
Dorald R. Brown. your way
During Air and giving us the satisfaction During the last week before Thinly sliced Florida:! and a button. Saturday. Other guests were ,1C1I1.*; .! hUA1.M1Vhal
Engineers first
of business of a Job well done. returning home they were loinutoi-H Motor vehicle inspection records Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Prevatt and : was k
year excellent f.un.itoemW'I'
vice and quality; installations ser- We hope to have the opportunity accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Thinly sliced, Florida. "nion.Sht..d show that 227,726 vehicles CURFEW ORDINANCE!' sons of Starke.Guests as ",h.. :- ;
E.L. Matthews and Mrs. H.M. were rejected during 19- at the home of Mr.and HIT ill ) h I,
brought) in more than 1/4 ; of serving many of you cooked Florida name kIillJ'! )! ) naup
of a million dollars in sales. real soon. Our Motto is "Ser Rlcharde.Yl potatoes 71 due to defective brakes. The Some teenagers and younger Mrs. J.G. Adkins on Friday it ",.,ultl lake ipd '-old-ti '
By the end of our second vice First-Quality Always" Pitted OltVl'HItlliian Patrol Commander Hated the children are being seen on the were Mr. and Mrs. Benny Patterson to "ri'memlx't1 hi ."xJii-Kdious: '
of business sales had nearly year Lets us show you what we Price ClearanceAt ripe following Items for baste care streets as late as three and four or Tyler, Texas.' Other She was Jenny Lind, who di
doubled. In Feb. 1967 Mr.Wat- mean. Because we are Leila's Drdssinglardcooked / and use of brakes o'clock in the morning.The recent visitors at the Adkins 1 1087. ..llmuviiher, name
son sold his Interest to Air the new man in town we know, ( Florida eggs following! ordinance is in home were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry (fame inv al ill! till known
Engineers and relocated In another we'll have to try even harder. quurtvredChopped --Have brakes Inspected and effect within the City; of Hamp Lard and family of Maringouin.Dieter's Jramy LjiMlrliuii.m her <>|*
city.Continued; Being number one in Jacksonville Mrs. Margaret Jackson returned piirhlcyLine adjusted regularly by a qualified ton.An riinerm I IS'1'1:\ At, llii- tags
growth caused by is not enough we want to Monday after three mechanic. Drivers whoex- ordinance prohibiting Delight and for: the HUJJ |1\\.1 iivnlekiiimn |, ;
"word of mouth advertisement, be number one in this area al- weeks in Alachua General Hos Salad Bowl with Ho- perience a swerving or pulling children under the age of 17 \a\ "one of ilu. reall.
from our many satisfied cus- so. 1 am planning to make my pita!. main, leaves. to one side when brake areap- years from being upon the streetor Dim /glint: I si'i'i'.inuH" ,is Kin J
tumers," has made our Engineers permanent home here in the Arrange first .1 I ingredientsin plied should have them checked public place within the City Chicken Salad her way .ICTO/.S the niiilniiKiin.iv !
Jacksonvllles largest rest- Starke area, and I will do my Mrs. Maxle Carter Jr. and alternating 'layer in Naiad immediately. of Hampton during the nlghtime : "and I finally into Mir I :.
dental and light commercial best to bring the finest Air Condition Mrs. Harold Godwin and child- bowl. Garnish with ripe. olives Promptly replace worn or between the hours of 10 p.m. And Dressing of the American"" /public whr
heating! & air conditioning contractor & Heating service *&installation ren are spending from Friday and dressing damaged brake linings and and 5 a.m., unless accompanied ton"ed Ihm ruunlrv in 1X.V/ )
with sales now over to the a rea. Your business to Tuesday at Daytona Beach. Add quartered pour <> !! und over top. drums.Keep by his parent or guardian; pro- I cups cooked Florida It's alwsi: >ftnfevl}(,>\ music--
means everthlng tome.We KKH!! sprinkle sufficient brake fluidin hibiting parents or guardians
one million dollars annually. chicken, dicedI )'''" do IIIIKI1I1'IoK10111, us. Yolul
Growth has been consistent & have purchased a large building Attending the Lawson family with p..r.lty.B.r..re the system. Loss of fluid from allowing such children to I cup Florida celery, choppedI /. 'lll.il,' wY"ftIo:: ,. ,'i/h/:
on 301 South and will be havingan reunion Sunday at leak and should be violate the ordinance providefor
steady and has been accomplished the home of means a ; I/ Florida .ime"ith ftIIW'f\\1biIf''tI, SI''
without sacrifice of good official: grand opening cere- Mr. and Mrs. Jay Etheson In Nerving!! either of the checked without delay. a penalty. Effective date cup green pepper lo see US t todxnilCeriaitici !
service and mony to be announced soon. Aubumdale were: Mr.and Mrs. above meals enjoy thin delicious --Decelerate smoothly rather April 11, 1972.Parents chopped ,, .,
tions. In 1971 quality Air; Installa Give us a call now & let HA. Lawson Mr. and Mrs. .hill..tl I Spanish Oat- than making sudden stopsanda- of guardians will be Florida salad greens Tj
was winner of EngineersInc. us begin serving yovi; the way Ewell Lawson, Mr. and Mrs.M, pat'ho soup For those who vold excessive use of brakes. held responsible for violationsof
Electrics,a coveted monogram General we feel 'no ont:'*e1se 'can. L. Lawson Mr. and Mrs. J.T. require fewer cnlonifH, this "By having brakes checked this ordinance. Combine chicken, celery' ,
dealer award belrw selected Give us a chance & will do the Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry can be a mriil in itself, periodically, there Is less and green pepper. Mound in
."r chance of an accldentandmaln- SENIOR CITIZENS cenler.ol 'large platter which eatek
along with about a dozen other rest.Thank Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. David r
Senior Citizens
You, tenance costs will be reduced met August
hall been lined with naiad
dealers out of many hundred of Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
Don Brown concluded Beach. 4, and welcomed back Mr. De- U.S. 301 North
dealers through out the South Owner, Air Engineers Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. Nell 1 Waters after his vacation In New Kreens. Sprinkle chicken salad PHONE 964-soo
Eastern U.S.A. Crawford and families with paprika. Pass Light and

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Construction: THE TRUTH--EXTRA ABOUT SAFETY When Will Tho
bad luck for the : ij
Board Tuesday, EQUIPMENT S v
high and forcing '! one Important truth to TempratuT Reach
c/ndlttonlng & which moil ,experienced
support: carrying more
aide School and '
the legal amount of safety
struction of a 1000
board brings
on grater
Wont fiasco 1 : ng enjoyment) and help assure
!heating and : iroublcMime, cru lft.linlmum .
bid for 84 federal and fate laws After August 10 1972
elementary the plruiuro boatmen to ,
In twice. a* high on board ,ruin safety de. k'i k'iI
the school board and equipment while in opera
Lowest bid was on the water. However any
Master of P !% type item which the boater I II
neceuary: for safe operation
alternates, the
entirely to his better judge '
at both and
common icnic.
office at

have Able cost Product$ ., Remember craft )ou operate no matter mechanically what type You May Have Two Guesses See Full Details Below4th

need one
or nut
submitted a ... you'll
ed I'crfoiul floatation' Device
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over $22,000. : : aboard 'I he t\pc of PFD re- r e e l Antique Gold Barometer2nd
don Keystone '" Kill d ltf|>uiiu on the length(
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along hey )
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from PRIZE .
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r in nut due sheer weight Weather
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..-' he not Ire Imalinan, ,who In some I
at a lo 1 4 in deciding on added'
ctuipmeul! | ni.it i lI'echo help. | DECISIONS/1
\ a I'w ninniiilioiK lit boating r (
at rtiimule: Moiom.

.\ list of leiler.il' it'|iurc-
hlt t.in IK incited lit toiii.iiiitig.'
lit".HIM t'0dN. (.11..101.111..111111I1.
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hush. ," n lei). l Iii i :: issue.




House armed services com-
baa approved Com mi.- I INVEST IT!
JUS! privilege for the follow y L-

persona, advises W.B. ,_ <,
director of the Florida ', :
H *.Division of Veteran Af. ""-

t a-)*Honorably who comected are 100 discharged'%disabilities. disable by, In The FIRST FEDERAL Of Course. .

entitled to unlimited privi
.., except for purchase of HAVE YOU ENTERED?
.* of the uniform. Their
1 and widow are en
to the tame privilege
Passbook 6 Month
applying for ID card, 1 Year 2 Year

*, mut submit proof Savings Certificates Certificates
the Veteran Administra Certificates
0 i I I I-
that she 1* an unremarried 5% 5.25%
7 M of honorably discharged 6%
who, at the time of
death was 100% service dis: Per Annum Per Annum Per Annum Per Annum

Quarterly Earnings Quarterly Earnings Quarterly Earnings Quarterly Earnings
disable veteran are 1 I-
.2,000 Min. S5,000 Min.
by their DD Form 11- n.so Min. 10.000 Mia.
which Indicate their status Investment Investment Investment Itln.tlneat
disabled veteran. It should
noted that even though the
DD 1173 Form Indi Everyone Is A "Winner" Who Saves At First FederalDon't
"limited privilege they
entitled to unlimited prI-
with 'the exception of Delay.. It It Getting Ilotter Every Day!

(b) Husbands of women mem
of the armed services,n-
i ... of their dependency
spouses, are entitled to % Our Hours
exchange privilege b Mon thru Thurs. 9 ..rn. to 3 p....
are Identifiable by their Friday 9 ..an. to 5:30 p.m.

/ Form Commander 1173 Issued. by ap Closed Saturday

c) Member. of the Nation
Guard), when performing, FIRST FEDERALSavings
er state authority, Incidental{
: domestic emergencies are

PX to use outlets temporary which are or and Loan Association of Starke!

to support active .,lurk. Florida
; military personnel. ,
forth Information on this TELEPHONE 964-5000 ,

any Veterans Administration local ...=J "The House Of Saving 395! W. MADISON ST.
' contact: your
S Service Office nearest .m :.I ALSO SOON KEYSTONE! HEIGHTS
of the Veteran Admin
or write W.B.Mack-
332 W.
at Post Office Box 1437. .

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County Preparing MillIOn Dollar Budget Near Perfect In Pour combining, Slowly hot mixtures I

Egg protein is so.near perfection and eggs as In cuaUrds, cream
that scientists UM it asa fillings, souffles, etc.. pour
standard to measure the the hot mixture slowly Into

A $1 million 1972-73 bwfeetls Heights. Reddish hadrequesteda$22,949 manly due to the five per cent over of some services from per cent increase valu. of protein In other the beaten. egg stirring or
being prepared for Bradford Increase to pay for a fifth deputy wage Increases and to the lakeflrrssstJrrns the county Judge's office The find and forfeiture funds foodi. .beating constantly
County Including a five per cent Under an executive order by ; his car, and other The road and bridge fund totals Is up five per cent plus Sheriff eec ___huhhUUhhhu eec. ___...
general iy boost for employees Gov. Reubin Askew the land Oil expenses. s-s ns $295,990: down some $30- Reddish's $ ,225 increase over
and probably an additional mill operation was switched from the It Is the second straight year NEW BOOKSAT 000 under the direction Commissioner the $146,465 It was budgeted
In property; taxes for the Brad state Health Department to the Sheriff Bedddlsh has asked for Dave Shuford last year but final figures are
ford County; Hoapltal. Air and Water Pollution Control a new deputy; and the second and Road Foreman Leon Ellington to be compiled In it. OPEN
After spending two long nights Board In Jacksonville. Hooker straight year the commission THE LIBRARY mainly because of a 37. The board Tuesday night .
on the new budget already; a to the switch was that state officials has limited the Sheriffs' Department __ 000 reduction In the ..Florida asked Clerk Brown to finalize .MON. SVN. .
month late due to elate mix-up were not aware of some to a five per cent In. sI- -rrrsssrnssrs Department of Transportation'scost the. budget for another look SAT
In funding its new court system of the matching funds the counties crease. ADULT FICTION of maintaining the county's when the board meets Monday,
the County Commission Is-about were receiving and will fund The Civil Defense budget was The Dream Team CMcGlnnls secondary roads, down to $75- August 7, for its regular station. 9ooA.M.' ,,1-6 P.M. .:
$4,711 for S
Bradford County only :
finished With the spendingbill ; .slashed 000 from $107,380. County r--i
new first nine months of the fiscal over $3,000 to $29,253. )>; The Hard Blue Sky
with the exception Its new $16.000 was cut from the road employees also got a five
year. Another $2.500 from the previous (Grau);; The Moonraker Mutiny 7:30: "P.M. .
support of the hospital. The City of Starke, makes the total year's mosquito control (Trew> Friday's Child; (HeyerJt
commission Tuesday night budget due to the land full operation The Foundling Heyer) The i J .t
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funds to do the Job at $8,911 Escape Trio]I Set MondayGene .
agreed to fund the hospital with leaving the county; to pick being transferred.in Book Of Witnesses(Kossoff)>
an additional one mill. $54.384: its July 24 budget meetingthe These Lonely Vlcorles (Wes
In addtlonal
to cover an expected; 72-73 up almost $16,000 board okayed the following Lord Peter Sayers); A Marriage trial is set Monday In I: 24' Concord Motor Home .
operating deficit and to finance a expenses.; motor vehicle Inspection Anderson and Harold Leroy ,
expenditures: Convenience Ros-
But the board decided to go Circuit Court here for Terry Roudabaugh.Defendants .
on$300.000 hospital expansion.funds in this(See Issue.story) with the state temporarily In station, $13,683no slter)> The Confession ( Of A. Lee Keene charged with escape due for senten- ) 12,000 B.TURoof Air, 25 K.IV.\ Generator
Child Of The (
change agriculture department Century RogersH)
hopes that addtlonal financing ; ; last December 9 from
in iu latest meeting Tuesday will be forthcoming. $15.329: up five per cent or$1- The Ninth Marquess (Cleary); the Florida State Prison In cing Dorothy Monday Travis are: charged with Beautiful Shag Carpeting, Sleeps Eight,
nIght the commission also A. front end loader, worth 381; forestry and fire control feathers In The Fire (Cook-
Ralford. two counts of forgery. Both Mounted On A Dodge Dual Wheel Chass-
made-up ita mind to take over son) A Wild Justice (Clifford
$35,000 and a truck to haul it $7,011 up $1,021; health (
Two other defendants have were for writing a check to
the Job of covering the county'sfive ; has been transferred to the program $7,945 up$1.896;ltateattorney' )} Flash For Freedom: 318 Engine, Power Steering Power Brakes
land fills, a Job formerly supplement $12.450, From The Flashman Papers pled guilty to the same charges the Top Dollar Store with one ,
from tho mo.quitocon.
county sentenced to one $24.27 and the
totaling other
done by Sanitarian Jack Trawick unit. Trawick's team has up$ O,3l9;zoning$4,425: ,up$1- 1848-1849 (Fraser); The Se- and in prison.were They are Larry for $15.63. A investigation r
under the mosquito control pro trol bull dozer and drag 266, and recreation $12,000, up r r.d: Kiss Rod (Rogers);; Pageant year presentence ordered Sales & Service
ject. The board added $23.225: retained a $5,457. Faded (Karlan> Mama was by
Into the budget as a new separate line to do ditching work. The board wanted to give Doll Woodhouse);; Weep? And Judge Crews. ,
item in the budget, the amount In further work on the budgetin County; Agent Bobby Taylor Know Why )(OgHMe); Aupres Rainfall Travel Trailers From $1695.00 '
Trawick said It cost him last a four hour session Tuesday more than a five per cent pay De Ma Blonde CF1 (Freeling> Johnny Thompson, 17, was
year to cover garbage twice night, the commission limited raise, but that limit was set by Elizabeth, Queen And Woman Averages charged with receiving stolen
per week at land fills In Starke Sheriff P.O. Reddish to a five state ag officials. The Increasein (Thorpe>; Arabella(Heyer)> The property. He was charged with Pick Up Campers >From. $995.00.
Lawtey, Hampton, Brooker, and percent, $6,225,Increase over forestry and fire control is Porkchoppers (Thomas); Earth! 1.3 InchesAn stealing two seasonfootballtickets I'
off SR-IOO near Keystone his 1971-72 budget of 124500. for fulltlme services of County (Farce)>; Don't Look Now (Daphne owned by Freeman Register -

..__hhh''Uh. .--'.-.'.- ............_....'..'.......,,.............. .......,...,..,...,...,........ Forester Allan Tarleton. The Du Maurler); To Cache A Q ordered on December the case.20.A FSI We Sell For Less
i .ili.x:: ::;:::>jl!;. "">>:o>> ;.xox""; ccj ;;;;;; '; ; : mental health Increase is for Millionaire (Scherf); Strange average of 1.3 inches fell was on .
Thomas Eugene Webb,19,was
second year financing at 60 Meeting Hill)); Mash Goes To on Bradford County last week,
I i' cents per capita, instead of last Maine Hooker)> A Civil Con.. August 18. charged with larceny of a motor Gainesville Camper Market
vehicle owned by ThomasM.
year's 45 cents. The stateattorney's tract Heyer)> The Karamanov Louis Hill Tower In Lawtey
@ << Henly on April 3. 1971.A .
Equations (Goldberg) The
; supplement is up so ; was the wettest with a total
PSI ordered by Judge 1946 N. :
: ; i much because that office Is now Three Sentinels Household) ; of 2 Inches. 1.2 Inches of rain was ...........} ...Main! .. ...., ...... ..... .......... ...:,
N responsible for prosecuting all The Vision of Stephen (Bur- fell at Lawtey on Sunday with P..tien. .''W'N"O..........._....:::.;O.T..x.:.:.:.... '....""........w.............iI'iI'.iI';...._ ....M'...;O;"'._

I cases In the new county; court ford); -Open Heart (Buechner):, the other .8 Inches coming earlier !=::I:: .&&:&ff:: :$$:::#&VtftXVt: : :: ::::<*;M :xv-v&XffSiSKMA: :: :::: ::::::i::: ; o!">> :_ ;'::::::::::::: :
system Recreation departments The Needle's Eye (Drabble)); in the.veek. i
:j of the various towns The Grand Sophy 0!lever); The New River Tower was next ,Nursery And LandSapeCompany. ]
t ( were given their first Increasein Athelsons (Kettle);; Chlricahua, with a total of 1.5: Inches of
'J I :: some years, plus funds were (Allen); Darling Pericles (W- rain. Most of the rain came on If.4 COOPE R 'S
JamesL. allocated to Pleasant Grove mont>?; 'llie Mountebank (Wallace Friday when it rained one Inch. I
I ___ section. )' Quiet Gentlemen (Hey Santa Fe was the driest witha .
I Principal source of Incomefor er). total of .4 Inches of rain '
the operation of the county which fell on Thursday. 2111 N., Temple' 301 North Phone 964HI04SPECIALS\ j
4.i comes from property ((ad val Fifty year average for August
r rem) taxes which total $453- ADULT NON-FICTION is 14.03 Inches. Rainfall SUMMER
I 429 at 8.307 mills, plus measured in Bradford
k. County
: : Thm1inson1 another $54,584 if the county; Intimate Behavior (Morris);; from the first of the has <:<
: :11 I gives the hospital the additional The First Services Drcade (Kahn)>; Installation totaled 48.75 inches, seven year inches :: Black & Deck. Electric ::
above the 50
Race track tax revenue will Groups (Holding):; The Very. age of this time of year.year aver- |:: Bud & Bloom HEDGE SHEARS ::
bring In $223,250, the Very Rich And How They Got Two house
Ores the
cap were
; I set by the state two years ago. That Way (Gunther), Phyllis only fires reported to the Division i: ROSES - 2.89 ItA 12.98 :
Circuit LI Gasoline and motor fuel taxes McGinley (Wagner);; The Mugging of Forestry on SR-100.
Judge (Hunt) The World Wild; I
; .
will give the county; an addtion- :
al $174,600, and fines and for- life Guide; Performing OUR SERVICE 1 i
Plants Budlong), Okay, I'll
feitures will amount to
some Rules
Do It (Curry) Cooking Health-Safety :::.,1 i lLBOXjj9' ..:
GROUP 5 $45,000.( Another $85,000 from' Myself ; f .:.
N various other Creatively With Natural Foods Are Costly to IndustryMore INCLUDES
sources will give fCrowton 1 .
5 ?
Brown) Trudeuu In Power : LR.
f ; .
civil and the county; a million dollar income
A seasoned trial l lawyer (Stewart In Complete Book than 85 per cent of
I "
for the ROSE
criminal cases. : year 1972-73 fiscal Of Rug Hooking (Zarbock)}; 1001 the member companies of the FERTILIZER -.89 Lot Clearing. DrainageSprigiiiitf ) J
:::: Questions Answered About The National Association of Man. I. '
On the expenditure side the big j Holiday Automatic : Sodding
general fund budget prepared by Oceans And Oceanography (Ta- ufacturers replying to a -
I questionnaire
experience in the lawpd Clerk Gib Brown is tabbed at ber &Dubach);Sea Fever(Cleaves have initiated new i FOGGER - 1.98 Landscaping Sprinkler' I
) The Oxford Book Of Invertebrates
( Pel. Ad...) !: $531,213, up some $17,000 prlitm ; Nichols). safety and health programs. :. 25 Ft.SOAKER. Systems" >)::
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......... ............... ....... .! .,.. .. ..! Mineral Color .Picture Under Book Ground(Boltln, The)> "The surve !gives more ; '. HOSt 2.29 .I.UIMI' Malnlcnancc'ft ....: :'

:: ( ) A ; than adequate proof' that in- j REDWOOD ,'I'I ,(Il..r., .:.,.OUract! : ) .:. .. ;)
> Bronte Gerln High
ktd Emily
.. .. .. $i >. ; '
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: "Iii} Old 'Time Buss); Crocodiles "pdu. try Is' responding I( posl- I\ / n' I.fliii nil t
SPECIAL"KILL (Cuggisberg); Out Of The Curtained lively to the new legislation" : BIRD FEEDERS. :S.95ca .
MILDEW i World Henderson>); The L. Glenn Dewberry, chairmanof ; FLA. PEAT
) ) Complete Book Of Furniture NAM Employee Health! Introducing .
Repair & Refinishing (KInney)} ..
Safety Committee, said. "It :_ -- --- 79j
: IT BKFI1RK: ( : IT hILLS KHIR I INVESTMENT" : Dictionary Of 1,000 Best Films nTh .J
(Pickard)>; You Are Phychlc is significant that the survey Live PlantsHANGING Trail. Bike"Street
T.ubar)>; Family Handyman Ma shows that top management I 1
I I STEAM OR PRESSURE CLEAN gazine's Home EmergenciesAnd executives are personally fa. : : BASKETS 3.98 ( Legal')

Repairs' Death And The miliar with the safety-health i \nillKLHIM\ \\ I U) --
'j Mines (Hume); Amazing Grace
.I :' MoBILE. .: hOMES hOuSES COMMERCIAL. BLDGS. : (Bryant); A Financial Guide For regulations and are giving TORO _From 399 tl '
personal attention to i 21" Andl.'pLockharf (!
The Self-employed (Ellis) implementation -
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MOBILE HOMES Wash & Wax NOW 25.00'S "
(Gollln General of the
Goods act.
SS HOUSES . . Walls & Eav.I NOW< . 35,00 : Worldly Woodworking(Groneman; ); The cost of complying with POHER( IO"ERS .

: Roof . NOW . 54 Sq., Ft. : Fun With BargelloSilversteinHandbook )>; the safety-health act was : Reg. 109.95 '- .
Of American College
SS 2 Story Homes & Business Bldg*. Larger Than 3 BR. Horn. Extra ChargeS : Financial Aid (Prvla)>; PracTical shown to be subHtantial. 83 .
S Statistics (Langley); Smaller-sized companies said :::: 88 :
: "FREE ESTIMXTES: \ ONPatios. : : Twentieth Century Interpretations that they expect to spend (or :::: ,. .

:SS ; lriveua\s.) Flours.. ICvliaust Systems. Paint Stripping, Etc. : American Of Poe's Foreign Tales Policy(Howarth Toward )>; have spent) approximately ONLYlPRlCE: : :.
$33,000() on the in or.
S (No Job Too Big Or Small) SS Communist China(Dulles); average tuthorutJSrpt. ,
SS Historic Houses Of American, der to bring their establish : DealerCOOPER'S ..:I
Open To The Public Cicero ments up to OSHA standards; I
SS CARPET SPECIAL SS (Bailey); The Camera (Time- The cost of compliance to '
SS Life Books; The Art Of
S companies with 5,000 or moreemployees
SAVE UP TO 8 SO. FT. : Writing Effective Letters NURSERY
: was shown to be
(Fruehllng); Chllton's Truck & LANDSCAPE
: : Repair Manual' Royal Cities from $1 million to more than COMPANY
Flat Rat Any Carpet At Commercial Rate Of 8f Sq. Ft. ;: Phone 964-8104
S S Library Hours $7 million. 1

: CALL ANYTIME AT 964-5771 BOYD SERVICE : Monday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. .5::::::::::::::::?:.-:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::.::cm.-:::: : :;.'*::.. :ns.s::*::.C:::i:::::::::::::::::::::::::::':::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::.%:::::::::::::::::::..:::::::::::::::::::.::> :::.:::J
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: ;: ;: :;:; ;; ::; : ;;1fmfjmm:; : ; ; : ; :: $: :: ;;: ; ; :::;:: :;:: j ;1;11 1i 1 ;;111; 11 1 ; ; :: 11111111;; ;;::11 1 m1r:1 m*::-1::1 ij:1:11:;:::; 1:1:1:111:1:1:1:1:1:1mm11m:::;:; ;::::::: ;;;;; ;;;1;; Bill On The Issues
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Ii ATTENTION I Th* Dtath Finally ., .

"I'm for the Death Penalty." : ':

,----p- O Busing : ,f

I! MOBILE HOME BUYERS I M r I technical"I'm. concerned Points when Law.and, our courts Bus free our criminals children t Q in:.y on..iJi

the name of Justice." .jf J;

li Are You Having Trouble Buying r J.I J.It ? p i < Consolidate Government .

totally opposed to consolidated Government

A Mobile Home? _ in Jacksonville. Our people cannot 'af f

.w.... I .N....< to be futher removed from their Government.0

Reasons ,,' : -iii"I'm
: !' v" : :: Gun Control
: ; .. .; 1
r; ')v'Credit :.:::
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iI'. .'m opposed to Gun Control Legislation."

j ;i

w ::*' "' Down Payment JI:;; : L THIS' ;

Or Other Complications "Our people are overburdened with taxes. I want

I to see a freeze on spending in State Government.: ..

Except in the areas of Education and Law Enforce

H t <::' I Can Help You .::1 1i : ment." "

i Call Me Collect At 904-325-9752 M

'. w Bill Lockhart .State Representative .

b (Pd. Pol. Adv)
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JUne'IlIfl ;. Property Sales Brisk At $331,966 I ELECT A

I June land transactions totaled Mr.' and Mrs. W. If. Jones, $1,800 from Mr. and Mrs. for a parcel of land on SR- win for a parcel land on San- James M, Reddish of Starke WORKINGBUSINESSMAN
$331,966, reaching the second and Mr.and Mrs.GraydonJonesand Charles B. Stubbs to Mr. and 18. ta Fe Lake. for a parcel of land In Starke. '
h1gbe.t monthly total R. P. Jones to DePo Investment Mrs Leonard Smith Jr.of Law $22,000 from Mr. and Mrs $8,000 from Cleveland Neal $5,000 from Mr. and Mrs. r !
this year, according to documentary Inc. of Jacksonville tey for a parcel of land In sec. K. E. Thompson to Mr. and to Mr. and Mrs. Doley Monroe Lewis to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin -
tax stamps affixed for two lots In Lawtey on Car- 25-5-22. Mrs. Frank 11. Brown Jr. of Hersey of Keystone for 20 a- G. Bass, Jr. of Starke
to deeds filed In the county ter Road. Starke for a parcel of land cres In sec. 35722. for a parcel of land In sec AS YOUR REPRESENTATIVEON <
clerk's office. $15.000 from Mr. and Mrs. on SR-100. $12,300 from Robert Bates 4-7-21.
Starting ( January, the $17,666'from Mr. and Mrs. James William Patray Jr. to $3,500 from Mr. and Mrs. to Joe Morris Napier of Law- $1,700 from Mr. and Mrs. THE
monthly totals are: January J. D. Erwin and Mr. and Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. Orvis Kent Boo- John H. Van Eek to Mr. and tey for a parcel of land In Jimmie R. Smith to Mr. and
$269,750,. February $220,800, R. C. Polhamus to Mr. and her of Jacksonville for a lot Mrs. F. R. Trlese of Waldo Starke. Mrs. Marshall Paradee of Key- CITY COUNCIL
I March $192.800' April $245- Mrs. Joseph Lee Jones of In Green Acres. for a parcel of land on US- $19,500 from Mr. and Mrs. stone Heights for three acresIn
036, May $838,393, and June Starke for a parcel of land on' $3,000 from Jeffrey W. Floydto 301. J. D. Erwin and Mr. and Mrs sec. 29-7-21. r -:. ] GROUP 3
with$331,966. Lamar Street Ray Laws of Jacksonville $12,000 from Tate G. Alvarezto R. C. Polhamus to Mr. and $12,500 from Mr. and Mrs.
May land sales were high $22,000 from Mr. and Mrs. for a parcel of land containing Coy L. Alvarez of Palatka Mrs. Richard E. Clemons of Clarence L. Hlndman to Mr.
due to several.transactions of Malcolm J. Dunn to Mr. and five acres for 3.73 acres of SR-229. Starke for land on SR-233. and Mrs. William Kovatch and
a large parcel of land. Mrs. William B. Chapman of $5,000 from Mr. and Mrs. $10,000 from Mr. and Mrs. $42,500 from Mr. and Mrs. Catherine Seremba of Bronx. JIMMY
Largest transaction In June Gainesville for a parcel of land Charles E. Scott to William Carl Hurst to Mr. and Mrs. John M. Steadham to Mr. and New York for 13 acres In sec. BOWENOFFERS
was $42,500rjfKfWi Mr. and Mrs. ,in sec.23-7-22. G. Wright ni of Gainesville Everette P. Braddock of Bald- Mrs. William G. Sizemore of 2722.
John M. Steaoham to Mr. and Jacksonville for block three $2,000 from Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. William G. Slzemore of -- and a quarter of block four Arlie D, Dobbs to Mr. and YOU .
JacksonvUldUfor/ block three {e at Lakeside Subdivision. Mrs. II. Dobbs of Huntsville,
and a quarter i,of block four T i ia nP $4,500 from Mr. and Mrs. Alabama for a parcel of land HONESTY ENERGY, INTEGRITY AND EXPER-
at Lakeside Subdivision. on San George Hernandez to Mr. and In sec. 20522. IENCE IN PERFORMING THE DUTIES OF YOUR
ta Fe Lake. '' Mrs. William N. Raby of Rock- $10,000 from Sophie L. Wolf
Thlrtl.transactions took ledge for one acre In sec. 10- to Mr. and Mrs. Chroma D. COUNCILMAN.
place that Were over $1,000. 6-21. Bass of Bradford County for
They are: M $9,500 from Mr. and Mrs. lot 25 at Indian Beach Sub- 2 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS YOUR CITY
$15,100 from Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Haddock to Mr. and Mrs. division.
J. D. Erwin and Mr. and Mrs.R. 6 COUNCILMAN(
E. Polhamus to Willie Dell yam/
of Bradford: ,county for a par- S YEARS \WITH CITPOLICE DEPARTMENT -
cel .of land In sec. 22-6-22. A FARMER AND BUSINESSMANBILL
$ JOOO fromaWillle. Mae Juddto .
ford for a parcel of land con- "
$12,500 from Mr. and Mrs. t
Lester L. Webb 'to. Mr. and ISSUE.
Mrs. Paul A..Hall! of Starke ci LOCKHART There will be 2 elections on Sept. 12, City and
for a pa& t land In se,.. 1
9622.011" County You will have to vote at the Fir Dept. in

$2,000 from Mr. and Mrs. L. STATE REPRESENTATIVEDistrict the City Election. and then In your Precinct in County
G. Dall to Mr. and Mrs. Ray 25Democrat Election. .
(Pd. Pol.' AJv,)
mond K. Stumpier of Trenton
for a lot ln..Blandlng Sub-Dly- I (P(, Pol. Adv.) ,
Islon. v
$2,500 AromgMr; and Mrs.
Guy Andrews**)'Mr.and Mrs.
Charley G. Norman and Mr. : j
and Mrs. James C.. Norman //M t
for a parcel of land on Little 1
$4,500 from Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Sappenfield to Lysle K.
Williams of Starke for a lot
at New Hampton Be: *. David Wainwright Starke receives his plaque for the winner of the Southern
$10,200 from Mr. ui.J Mrs.M. ONE OR THE OTHER.
Coast line Slot FFA from
A. Baldwin/ Mr. and Mrs. Forestry contest Congressman Don Fuqua while Agriculture
Edward A.Vfrnney of Orange Teacher Paul Hutchins and SCL representative Henry E. George stand
Park for a *'cel of land on by.
US301. Wainwright was awarded a trip to Houston where he will visit the Astrodome
$10,000 from Gorilla R. Fordto manned and other ''of
space center points'1 interest. From" there he will go to the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. National Convention in Kansas City.
Nutt for fr-iwrcel l of land In FAA
sec. 27 anda4.V;' ,* *

Samson$4,500 A froitt..,.UyLngston" ir. and to Mrs.Mr. football Baseball coaches managers would/ and we Van Serves Small Town 1 I

and Mrs }W t R. Libby of imagine/: welcome some sort
Callahan for a parcel of land of nu-rauillegi.lalion covering 0
Communities of Waldo, radio.
In sec. 12-9-22 east.
'111.11'; sports Brooker, l lake Butler, Ralford, In citing advantages of the m
Glen St. Mary, Macclennyand new operation, Arnold said it
Lawtey, will be served bya new enables SCL to give more per-
Dp";You Have Unanswered type mobile agency operation" sonalized service, provides
designed for more efficient, service six days a wee.k rather
I Questions A bout personalized freight service to than five, makes service available Model 38GS 36.000 Bto' Model 3SGR 36.000 Btu'a
.customers.The at serveral points where
new service started Wed- there had been no agency, and
MR' ? I nesOay'and is operatedby'the; produces closer coordination
CONDITIONING Seaboard Coast Line Ha 11 road.: between; agent"and. .local) freight, CENTRALAIRCONDITIONING
"_' I.. 'Vpeptbtg ro t rafStark"", train service. ) J J
"STARKE'' APPLIANCE SERVICE 'SC L.',:',mobile agent provides' =-
service at a shipper's place
of business from a vehicle es-, Two Great Outdoor Units for Quiet
Can Provide You \\Viili\ Complete Information peclally equipped for this ser- ;

*jj, On All Types Of Cooling vice.tomer The service alrcondltloned van" is actually"cus- 4 Dependable Cooling Choose NOW for

equipped office, with
a fully
CENTRAL OR WINDOW two-way radio, typewriter; and
other agency: facilities IMMEDIATE Installation at Special,
UNITS J.II. Arnold, SCL division superintendent -

"FonUii'LKTK() I I I\m;< CONDI() ) THIMNUSrlKVICK ( {; the railroad,to said bring this freight enables a- t4 PRE-SEASON Prices !

:/ : FROM\ TilE IMTIXI. INSTM.l.ATWV I ( gency services, to tile customer's ;
TO FULL SERVICE: YOU receivers personally to help : :
ON I IX FUTURE YEARS.: C\II. 964-8363 with bills of lading, car supply, A
routing of freight shipments New Computer Designed Fan Assembly Money-Saving 2-Speed Motor..Cruises .

Fair Prices And Quality Work other Complete transportation railway needs.servicesare Assures Top Performance! Most Days, Speeds Up For Scorchers!

provided toall communities I MR.BILL
Are Our Pride served by the mobile agent! GARDNER Special Overload Devices Safeguard InProtective Solid State Controls Monitor

I I PERSON L'i'RAINEI'It: ) ) SERVICE: 'M.I. MAKES: said.working To out reach of Starke the mobile Arnold a- ternal Components! Critical Operating Circuits!

._ .. gent (toll free), the customer Nerveendingdeafness
4 ,, f merely has to dial operator and Attractive Compact Design Complments: Neighbor-Pleasing Upflow Design Tosses

.323 BROW'iE!; STARK?, -'i'flrtemn'" '' ;,,; ask the for Starke WX-5522 control, the numberof center ? Your Home's Landscaping! Heat and Sound Skyward! '

'- (customers within Starke exchange -

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H. "' ""JI. Tt4'. ages are then relayed Immediately Priced From Priced From ,
to the mobile agent by
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w iid, Model 6710, hal 22 acoustical
djustments to help correct your
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A Model i V 6710 Is hardly noticeable 3 Tons ((36,000 BTU's)
t Family Man Businessman Civic II t tt behind. your. ear weighs a mere U3unce
-yet is more powerful than "
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For;a free Hearing test;and:: monilra ""..

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t 23iie; i -Promises To Work Hard To Reduce The II t tt IfHO_I 8 I A ir Conditioning Problems r Work S

Crime Rate In Bradford County. I IADDae3e ; We Have Qualified Personnel To Service
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3. He Promises To Work Closely With The I ; -I
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Pioneer SpiritThe ....
Tourist Traffic
: j. Medicare Premium Rate

desire of man to succeed when remarkable turnarounds in the annalsof '" "

H failure seemed inevitable is undeniablythe modern industry.The Will Increase 20 Cents a h.
legacy of aviation. fulcrum of Lockheed's resurgence "

Brings Room Boom Not only in terms of vehicles that la the 11011 TrtStar commercial trans- medical: .w......
belled the uncontestabillty of the unknown port program. And it is proving itself The buic premium rate for during the 12 months beginning The insurance supplements

but In the timbre of those whose worthy of the challenge. the medical insurance part of July 1. Medicare l hospital in-

leadership has personified .the pioneering Now in service with Eastern Airlines Medicare will go up from "The cost of line programwas lurance, which k funded by social
Advent of Walt Disney World, and Hughey In Orlando; 302 and the Trans World security contributions\ and
role of the industry. soon to join Airlines $5.60 to $5.80 a month beginning $35 million'under estimates -
as anticipated, sparked a Carlton House Inn. International fleet, the L-1G11 has been praisedby July 1 1. according to social helps pay for hospital bills and
building boom of Dr.near 1-4 234 unit William Ernest Henley
staggering English poet "
; : '
the men who fly it and the passengers security official here. made last year. the certain follow.bpf'Care of people
proportions In the motel -botel Crossroads Inn Motel. International once wrote "Out of the night that covers
who spokesman said. "Yet withoutthe 65 and over. ,k -1!
ride In It. The medical insurance part ?
industry In OsceoLa and Dr. and Kirkman
Orange, : me. Black as the Pit from pole to
How does handle? Beautiful of Medicare for the Price Commission limit onphysicians'
Seminole counties. Rd.; 100 room Home's Motor it report helps pay
be for administered
I thank whatever gods
pole. may would have Medicare by
fees it
the doctor bills and of ,
Rush to open doors on these Inn addition, 1-4 and S. Orange pilots. a variety
resort emporiums is now in full Blossom Tr.; and the 400 unit my unconquerable soul. What features Impress the passengers other 'medical expenses for been necessary: to Increase the the Social Security Administration

stride. Many have been completed Royal Inn Motel at 1-4 and SR Allowing for the dramatic bent of ? Its comfort and roominess.The people 65 and over. The program premium to at least $6 a of the U S. Departmentof
Buena those lines they nevertheless do de- is month." Health Education' and Wel
some just commenced, 535. Vista. assessment of aviation authorities funded by individual
others still in the planning Also 212 unit Howard Johnson scribe a certain spirit that has Imbued ? At the time of its certification, premiums matched by the Federal The medical insurance part fare.

stages. Hotel 1-4 and SR 535; 120 room many of aviation's accomplishments. FAA deputy administrator Kenneth M. Government of Medicare paid $2 billion in

Quality Courts Motel Sandlake Flying through the sky or walking on Smith commended the TrlStar as "the "Th 20-cent increase in the benefits on behalf of 9V4 mil. Of the people Who reached

A l.-MINl'TE' automobile Rd. and 1-4; 400 unit RamadaInn the moon? Impossible dreams a hundred quietest of the new generation of wide. premium in July compares to a lion people in fiscal: 1971. Al- 65 last year, 93 percent were

i drive in any direction on any of Motel US 192 in Osceola; years ago for poets and laymen bodied transports." 30-cent: increase in 1971 and a most everyone 65 and over is eligible for monthly. cash
the principal highways 168 unit Hilton Inn South ad- social I
con- enrolled-about 20 million security retirement
$1.30 increase in 1970. pea
alike. But did come to The a social
they pass. Undeniably significant as a harbingerof "
verging In Orlando will take one dition,Sandlake Rd. and 1-4; 207 ple,according to the ipokesman. benefits
past scores of these hotel-motel room Sheraton Inn Motel, 1-4 men who made them happen were, Indeed Lockheed's future, a proper perspec-- security spokesman said. ,,' ,

building projects. and 33rd St.; 130 room Winter unconquerable. tive establishes that the TriStar is not "The low increase this year

A recent survey by Central Garden Inn Hwy. 50. Winter Henley's poetic pit also affords the company's only standard bearer. reflects savings in the administration -

Florida Builders Exchange, Garden; 360 Sheraton Motor another allegory It hardly could have The diversified aerospace firm has a of Medicare as well as HAT'3 THEATCNP

covering the period from Oct 1, Inn 1-4 and Kirkman Rd., been much blacker than that in which broad range of solid profitable, on-going lower anticipated medical costs

1971 with opening of Disney Major Center; 64 room the management of Lockheed Aircraft programs with a sound potential In because of the Price Commission

World through May IS. 1972 Sheraton Colonial Motor Inn, Corporation found itself last summer. aircraft missiles and space, electronics guidelines limiting physiclans' -
determined that there would bea 2801 E. Colonial Dr. (open); 177
propulsion shipbuilding and a numberof fee increases to an aver.
Odds against the firm's survival were
unit Davis Bros.
Motel. Beeline
total In
grand 21,510 rooms
service by the summer of 1973. and 1-4; Sheraton Motor Inn, 118 described in many quarters as I slim! and other fields.Lockheed's age 2V4 percent a year, he

By comparison, prior to units, Lee Rd. (open); 140 unit none black as the pit. management has publicly said.The
dedicated itself to the faith Medicare law requiresan
Sheraton fulfilling
opening of the Magic Kingdom Inn, Florida
Yet today just a later, the situation
year shown by customers banks, 'shareholders annual review of the cost of
there were 17 hotels and 123 Turnpike S. Orange .
motels in the area with a total of Blossom Tr. (open); and 256 has changed.As the Congress. And while nobody the medical insurance program.

5.854 rooms. unit Quality Court Motel 1-4 and steadfast in their determinationnot said it would be an easy path to travel, The premium rate is adjustedto

SR 528. to concede defeat as any pilot or the fact that the company is trackingwell cover the estimated medical

THERE HAVE BEEN immediate astronaut, the Lockheed managementteam on Its commitments merits acknowledgment expenses of Medicare patients
of facilities ALSO Kit ROOM Ocoee I know Hi had to bttiwii. but wwnttwtt l b ,
starts Motel
is spearheading one of the most 111.m. of ui.rwrt at Plot Hi*PMI Control.
which will provide 3,456 units of W. Hwy. 50 and MaguireRd. My wt'lf gwf you J "IrM ho...'Npr T
the overall total. There are ;333 room Travelodge GET SOCIAL SECURITY eon. .. thw. rMlly li no rich' Hermit/
Wt'II! come out and IntpsKt your hour ,tx
i 12.000 rooms to be opened or Motel. M and SR 535; 152 room ,
and ina/ inwcti or d.rr. W.'II
already opened In facilities in Sheraton-McCoy Inn. at the ... Sweet and Sour CREDIT FOR YOUR TIPSIf I van. do a -,-, ,"..toil?ulrtl-.Il-r(
various stages of construction. Jet Port (open)r" 400 room Royal FLORIDA '' no tail So II you* .."... bu_.
y ... ..
Newest starts include the 152 Inns of America. 1-4 and SR 53S; Florida Green BeansI you get $20 or more In m a ull Jot h tor th*

room John Glenn Holiday Inn at 150 room Howard Johnson WILDLlFE\ tips In a month from one PLORIOAPESTCONTROI y r
1-4 and US 192; 150 room Motel. I.. and Sandlake Rd.; 240 I |pound 1 Florida green beans, employer: "HomvEcologiil"I'tl ,

Kiasimmee Airport Motel; 124 room Days Inn Motel. 1-4 and cut into 2-inch pitcmI 1 Hop on ova, and H won't eat youcnt 1d
unit Wonderland Lodge Motel at Sandlake Rd.; 240 room COMMENTS ON THE OUTDOORSby II/ I cup Httlnd oil e Keep a record .Honnt I Lt'

1-4 and 192 In Osceola County; University Inn Motel.I.. and SR I 112/ cup Florida celery. e Give written to
a report
Ramada Inn Motel, 200 rooms, 528; 200 Howard Johnson Motel. thinly sliced.
and Rodeway Inn Motel, 250 Turnpike and SR 192; and 172 I 1/.1/ I cup Florida sliced your employer by the
rooms both at 1-4 and SR 438 In room Regency Inn Motel Dr. O.E. Frye Jr. green onions 10th of the next month FLORIDA

Seminole County; and the 330- Turnpike and SR 192. Director I 112/ cup vinegar Arrange with your employer : \
unit Hilton Inn Motel at St. Rd. A 2S4 room Princess Inn I III/ 1 Clip MllllllrI |( to pay the social PEST
192 one mile from Disney World. Motel will rise at International GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION I I I'aspnon'nunusutli urn security contributions I
All these due for opening in Dr. and 1-4 359 unit Hilton Inn cclllClmult. CONTROL

Springs, 1973. Motel. US 192 near 1-4; 276 roomScot's 1/2 t/ ,will U.. DEPARTMENT OF \
ti'iixpoon Tl)4 S74S
FPR.One of the
) most and
smouldering peat peatfires
Other recent starts or to be Inn Motel. 9309S. Orange 1 III/ 1 ft MME CO.
natural trUHpnon IIrrICnno 1
Interesting .
ground WELFARE
underway soon are: 172-room Blossom Tr.; 124 unit Holiday may expose '
phenomena occurring In rock. The next time the 6 to Florida\ riKlmliON, Social Security Administration
Red Carpet Inn Motel, SR 193 Inn. Turnpike and Hwy. 27; 201 I
four miles west of Disney unit Passport Inn I.. and 33rd many Florida habitats Is Glades flood these deeply thinly sliced rums hot Control Wi'n not tni blwm.
but rlrda't our horn So who couttt know
fires. It took
World: 48-unit Econo Travel St: 252 unit Major Center Hotel, periodic burned areas hecume.the moil.0out. Pknfepmi. ""n PfcxkU. Pm Control)
professional wildlife familiar sloughs! and Cook' Florida green beans in
Motor Hotel
,S. Orange Blossom International Dr.; 418 room
Tr.; :300-room Budget Motel Sheraton Motor Inn, Court of managers a short time to channels that are so' valuableto ImillMI, sidled. water lllllll Q. I am enrolled In the

Corporation, Hwy. 930 in Flags Major Center;, realize the importance of fire wildlife. crisp Irmlrr, .ilmul ID medical Insurance program
Osceola County; 300-room There will be a 120 unit Days and maintaining certain Controlled fire is a useful minutes under Medicare. A friend

b Master Host Motel Hwy. 192 Inn of Clermont on N. Hwy 27, plants that are beneficial to tool in wildlife management.The told me that I should ask",
wildlife. more wo learn about it To prepare I lilt* ni.iritiiili>: {
near 1-4 in Osceola; IM-unit LakeCounly167room; Ramada my doctor to accept "as.htnment" -
Pioneering research In the anu study its (effects the Mat oil., ill a hkilU-t. AdJKlicl.d .
LaQuinta Motor Inn at Major Inn,Turnpike In Klssimmee; 40 on my medical There In A'o Substitute For
TallahasseeThomasvilleregion more we realize that fire Is a celery' und onions
green ,
Center 720 Carlando bills Can
; room room Ward-Holley Motel 3535S. you tell me what
Motor Inn Phase 11, at 1-4 and Orange' Ave.: 240> unit showed that the vital part of Florida's und cook over I low hint "assignment" la? 1ul'r'esxfu1 Kxjierien. "
I number of quail could be ecology. about :'I mmult'M.. Add vinegar -
U.S. 192 In Osceola County; 228- Carlando Motor Inn Phase I,
room Continnental Motel, US 192 and 1-4; 145 room Vic- increased if a controlled The sports of'". MiKur, monosoilium, liMu- A. "Assignment"! means
W. Colonial Drive; and Bur- Mar Motel. US 192 two miles burn was used to reduce hunting and shooting continue mull, Mill mid OM'H.IIHI. Cook: that the medical insuranceS } j,. ELECT

.:;dhle" Plaza Hotel,. E. Colonial) ,.,casV.of..I-4: :.,23 Bwn Soutbon forest Utter. Vegetation to increase In populiiriti.cry it ml stir unliUlniiljnu.. ; Poinihot ''i ,, payment! "wUljbe. made/d1.'* M
T "changes from fires'
Dr. Host Inn. Kitkmart'Rd 1 :"and resulting year in (the I'nilrd Slates marinade'" a1Uiu''uv11r'tbV'dra0a .' II reW)<|to t fttJaictor' by.M&rcare. !. *
I Vanguard: .,Sl. ; 200 room ,. produced conditions that despite factors that would 'd (green '1..11 11M. t Cover: : The ""assignment" CARL HUKSF I
were highly favorable to the
TilE SURVEY includes the Sheraton Gateway Motel. US seem to lessen participation and I relYiuernle for .v..rnl method can be used only If
1.050 room Contemporary 192, Osceola. sporty quail. While one might logically both the doctor and the
The longleaf pine areas 1"11'11." stirring I (hem OCCIIHIOIIullv. pa-
Hotel. 514 room Polynesian at expect the popularity of tient agree to it. One advantage YOUR
Disney World now open and THERE WII.I. BE a 150 unit are adapted to recurring shooting to suffer in the face of :
the 265 unit Howard Johnson Ramada Inn at US 27 and 1-4; fires. Unlike most pines, the urban expansion and recent- 'AI serving tune, I blood| | in for the patient is BRADFORD COUNTY JUDGE
longleaf does not '- I Iho thinly sliced nidihhi'H and that a doctor, in accepting
Hotel at Major Center, also 160 unit Sheraton Olympic anti-firearms sentiment In
open. Villas,Sandlake Rd. (open); 616 uniformly after germination.The some areas this has not serve cold or rehenled. I "assignment agrees that
The list continues: 240 room room Dutch Inn Hotel. Lake seedling reaches ahelght happened. Such factors have servings his fee for medical services!

Best Western Motel, Hwy. 535+ Buena Vista; 60 room Diplomat of a few inches in a few not lessened the enthusiasm of will bo no more than the

near 1-4; 122 unit Quality Court Motel addition. 1-4 and Lee Rd. weeks. Then it stops growing the recreational shooter nor GOLDEN BAKED "reasonable charges" set by -1'hc only candidate ith.5z'! cars experience

Motel addition. Sunshine Pky. (open) 203 unit Admiral Benbow upward and sprouts a have they discouraged new Medicare. Another Is that {: serving )jOtt as YOUfulllcl"al/ Judge*
: and SR 192. OsceoLa; 277 room Inn. Major Center, and a 120 grasslike ring of long shooters from taking up FLORIDA EGGS he doesn't have to pay Medi f

Howard Johnson Hotel Colonial unit Terranean Motel.. 6421 S. drooping needles that hunting or target shooting. In care's share of the bill and # ,\ man of{ pr.o\en integrity anJ 12 years
Blossom surround the stem and fact not Is wait to be paid back.A '
Orange Tr. terminal bud. only shooting I pound bulk pork MIIII..ncc" $ leadership. in city t> got eminent }
./ _.u. ... uu.uu..._______ ___J .'JJJ.'JJ J.'UJ.'J.'JJ.'.'_ During this"grass holding its own in the '70s. it's 1 corn meal .
:-wew ww.v.v. w;;'3 stage" which lasts fast cup IJas been conscientious
as and
growing as ever. disabled worker under 24 impartial.in,
2 milt
from three to seven years A review of hunting license teaspoons can qualify for disability carnlng out the' Judicial' responsibilities while
> the 1/2/ baking audit
I plant's growth processesare 'nMPuon |
sales for 1971 showed the .I utlle,
benefits for himself and his
concentrated In forminga 1 1/2/ cup boiling wal..rI
largest Increase in over a :
deep and extensive root decade while 1/2/ cups dairy dour cream family with as little as l'/a: :1't: \ hose .\) ''
marking II. :3 man offIce door is alivaysVopcn
of work under social to you
system. 3 slightly beaten years
straight years that sales have eggs; the people .,
Longleaf pine is easily risen. More than 600.000 more 6 eggs security.The ,

r! shaded out by competing licenses were bought by 1 cup sharp. Cheddar cheese Resident of Bradford for I
County I IS
hardwoods and is susceptibleto sportsmen in 1971 than in 1970. grated amount of your social )'"ears..
a serious blight known as pushing total sales to Prrhcnt oven to :SOT.. security benefit is based on rf (Pot Pd. Adv.)

I + brown spot. Unless this IS.977.S88. with a total license Break up sausage in .skillet. ; your average earnings overa ,:.% ?XtiY{>vy'. .: jj:.. } % $ i{

; i condition is controlled the income for conservation of brown slowly. Drain off ex- period of years. ,

h I I r young pines may remain in over $108 million. era Tat.\ Sprinkle sausage over - - -
v the indefinitely - - -
VP ; I St1 grass stage The fact that license sales bottom of 2-quart cOlllleI., '.
; I r{ Protected by its canopy of took this very large jump Combine corn meal', salt,

needles the withstand longleaf despite some reduction in and oda. Pour boiling water Vote For And Elects
seedlings can heat
j hunting lands and in the face
that kills the over mixture; blend well. Stir
,. Rat' r$ hardwoods and competing of strong criticisms of hunting in eggs and Hour cream; mix
1 2.: s Yr' grasses. At itself says a lot for the :
well. Pour batter :
over sausage IJIMMIE
; the same time the flames character und :;
seriousness of
t'. f in casserole.Carefully.
consume dry needles infected -
I the American hunt>!r.
t with brown spot break and arrangeeggs R
The of w
growth hunting was
e I
4- of casserole.
I S d destroying the fungus. equalled if not exceeded. by Top with over grated lop cheese.Bake I YOUR '
I e : After the young pineem..rg. the rise in the clay targets for 25 minutes or J (tv.;.
.. from the sports or trap and skeet:
stage. Its phenomenal grass :Major trap and skeet until eggs! are cooked to desired J

growth often four to six championships in 1971 set doncneu.Yield SHERIFF
: 6 nerving.
feet year for the first two or attendance records. The ?

i: three years quickly carries Grand American Trapshooting ....
the' buds beyond the reach of Tournament
SAVE ON surface fires and the' thick granddaddy of all shotgun One Egg"; CupFour Of Bradford County 4
corky bark of the sapling contests. recorded an all-time !" .
}a protects its sensitive high of 16.800 entries. A Native 0'' Bradford
BACK TO SCHOOL to six whole egg*. 8 to County Born And Raised 'In Brooker ;;
growing tissues. As the tree Amateur trapshooting Lindo McRao. Daughter 0' Married To th Former
10 whites 12 14 Russell And 1
egg or to eg? Eula McRae. *
grows and the bark thickens.It Association officials report A Family Man With ;:
I yolks are the equivalent of M.r 0'' Masonic 1'Sons.
becomes resistant to any trap shooting popularity to be Lodge No. 189
CLOTHES BUKI G but the most Intense fires. growing at about five per cent/ one standard measuring cup.

THEMDOUkUE \\\1TII\ The vegetation of the
I Everglades Is just as fire- Qualifications: t s.-

adapted as the longleaf pine.In .

KNITS, the dry season the surface HELP WANTED '" Graduate Of Florida Highway Patrol
gradually Training ;
e \cadem'y
disappears and the Graduate Of Two Hundred
accumulated flour Law

I $3 93 Per rd. becomes combust organic lie. matter Winter Experienced Heating And Air C Former Radio Operator And Jailor Of Enforcement Bradford Training'.
fires usually consume only Conditioning and Sheet Metal Personnel Former State Trooper. ) ,.

the litter of the surface and Former Starke Policeman.

GREAT BUY ON HUGE: the tops of shrubs) and plants FOR APPOINTMENT CALL ___

I ASSORTMENT OFCOTTONS above the moist humas. "IT.' I ,
Practically all Everglades Jimmie Clark Promises .
plants are adapted to this 964-8041
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type of environmental Hour A Day Protection Which Moons A !
Deputy On Duty
change.The hammocks bay Around The
Cloc" To
1 1/2/ Price heads and cypress domes Between 8-10 a.m. Thurs., Fri., Mon. Protect Your Lifo And Property.
All Calls WILL' Bo Answered
with their moist layer of Promptly And Professionally. "
:f peat.. resist fire and fire 10, 11, & 14 August Will|| I Hav. A Special Deputy In Each Township Within The tn1 : ;

I Many Other Fabrics Reduced Price form tolerant a saw ring palmetto around these often To Organize A Jr. Deputy Program To Touch Our Youth A County Better UnderstoediearOf.j Law

hammock AIR INC. cnforcomontBotfc" Fundamentals, And Combat The Drug Problems
County And Other Probloms Foe. 9ur
FASHION FABRICS .There I I.such a thing a* too '_
I dry. and when the That A. YOUR Sheriff My Office Will Bo Op.n To YOU The J ;
301 South Starke Fla. P.opl. Day Or '
Everglades muck dries out., ("Night.

114 'W. Call St. fire slowly consume the
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plant In the

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Eight persons faUedtoappear rence.J. Kowalskl, John D.San Marshall Hill. Jr.,charged with PERSONALSMrs.
t.ARIA SEED f In Bradford County Coun1'ue.da .- ders. Donald R. Kaln., Melvin reckless driving and fined$36 WA. Bishop and granddaughter DirectoryAuto
\ for plea day and a warrant Walter Jawlti.. Alpnonzo or t three days In Jail,and James Ronda Bishop of Mobile
Bread Leal Dense Twrf,. f for their arrest was Issued fey Turner Grady Wayne Gosnell, Brien Gladlux and Bonny; r Ala., are spending this
Judge Theron Yawn with bond Lester Arthur Green, and Robert Russell Patrick, both charged I IN.r week with Mrs. Pearl Mar key.
Seldom. Puts Out S..d f, alt at'501.I David Whltehouee, all with drag racing and fined H Mrs Inez Green enjoyeda 12- Sales and Service
Splk.sFavorable Green. chanced with unlawful speed; $78 or !10 days In jaU with a I day vacation In Miami with her
| Person whoMUedto: .appear Charles Edward Scarborough, recommendation to the division i brother-in-law and sister Mr.
Color. are Daniel Leroy Lemon,David no authority, and David Martin of public safety; for a suspension and Mrs. Ronald Barnette. She Fairish Motors
I, Plnkney Jr.. Newell Thomas Keathly, charged with no protective of their license for 15 days. also visited other relatives !In
Lih ffi7 Butts, Wanda Kathleen Suther- head gear Miami and Fort Lauderdale. HALES
| land. Larry 7ronsBrlnaonand Mrs. Jewel Summers of Wau- BBKVICE
'r Smith, charged FILAMENT Strapping Tape,. VOLVO
[5Lb.4f.2i Ctrl Edward chula visiting( her brother-in- FARTS
I 1 I with Alva speed and Court- Cases whose subjects entereda 3/4" x 60 yards. 2.50 Single Tel law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
nay Mills charged with no plea of guilty; and fined were: roll.Bradford County Lloyd Barry.
lb | tag.i Lewis Cornelius Clemons, Jr., graph. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dyal and Always Geed Used Can
Billy Roche Bryant, and Ronald r Forest Rangers warded children enjoyed a trip to the Ml Lain Bi. rtt. ..1..
PENSACQLA i I Cases Inwhlch bonds werees- Holland each charged with un- ENVELOPES mountains and also visited the
treated were Thomas Wayne lawful speed and fined $36 or sizes.Bradford County; Tele- Georgia State Fair at Hlawas- AUTO ELECTRIC
DAH1A'SEE Hahn Calvin E. Ratcllff. law- three days In Jail; Duwayne graph. Pictured above Is A.G. Mc- ell Certificates of Statutory
I ,. ." Cullers deft), District Forester Compliance.The see.Mr.. and Mrs. Alan Mesemore PEAVY Brothers
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Lb. -- - I awards represent com-
47 - - - presenting Forest Rangers and children of Temple
Amos J. Cecil pletion of 30 hours of training Electric Co.
West Jr. L. Md. were recent guest of Innette' ,
51b. 2.25 I in structural fire fighting. Mr. and Mrs.
I Dean, and Forest Ranger Supervisor Ranger West lives In Starke, Leslie Green parents, and other relatives. -. Alltrnotert Starter
| J.D. Hayes with the and Ranger Dean resides in the Generators Regulators
50 Ib.21.95SPECTRACIDE H fire
Fighters Standards Coun-
Lawteyarea. Rev. and Mrs. Jim Temple, AUTO ---- TRUCK ___
I along with Mr and Mrs. Howard
1'? I c Moose Douglas, enjoyed a trip to DIESEL

_.... ... -, Lodge Auto Tags the Virgin Islands recently. 4344: Lanon Av. Jan.
u. "" The IIC.' From they flew to St.
__. Invites Public Miami 387.2528PIANUgrs.
.) On Sale .
NowWith Thomas, where they enjoyed a e.--..
To HouseThe tour of the Island, and a visitto
r Open St. John's Island. After returning -
12 days remaining to
purchase to Miami they drove to YAMAHA PIANOS
1973 motor vehicle license -
Bey public Is Invited to attend tags, Tax Collector J.R. Key West, returning toBrooker CONN and KIMBALL
..5L. an open house at the new Kelly and his office staff will Friday Aug. 4. Jean ORGANS
List Mrs. Iva
MAGIC CHEF r location of Moose Lodge No. keep their office open halfa day Harrell Prayer, Mrs.: Zulena Harrell,
2035 starting at 2 p.m. Sunday, the next two Saturdays, August
Morris Ernest Edwards.
12 and 19.Kelly Dyal
Aug. 13. ,
JW LIFT-UP IIIMOVABLI TOP The new homeof the lodge Is
0 GAS RANGE CWn nw umtor bulncr *
oMlrucllon the former Buck Carter store said Monday Ms staff Vitamins Too 4
building about 11/2 miles northof has agreed to work the extra ,
Starke on U.S. 301, which halt days for the convenienceof EIUIII contain! vitamin A, the
has been remodeled and rede those persons Who cannot
B vitamins.- thiamine, riboflavin -
corated. conveniently reach the taxcollector's and Vitamin D,
The doors will open at 12 office on weekdays.The niacin; KIMBALL "SWINER"ORGANS :
DIAZINON plus the, essential minpruls,
Sunday with class enrollment
office will be open from 8-:
-:..:.;.:- .._, ,_'M : at 2 p.m., followed by a 30 a.m. until noon both Saturdays iron and phosphorous. Roosevelt Mall-388-881*
,Controls Many ,,II pork barbecue, and music bya and from 8:30: ajn. until S.

MOVABLI.. ...... ,OVIN.' HOOK.L .. live band. 5 p.m. Monday through Friday Storing Eggs
t Ih
InsectsIncluding ,you door at th Weekly meetings are held In the regular hours. FURNITURE:
wit the lodge home at 8:30 p.m., Always store fresh eggs in
and the lodge Is open every Bradford residents are expected the refrigerator ntundmif FURNITURE'
weekend. to purchase close tolO-
Roaches @ -i Officers of the lodge are as 000 license plates this year. them
> follows: James Luther, Junior Sales opened July 1 and about i IV t tIf f. Compl.t. I
1-=a V I Past Governor; Charles Hu- half that number have already .{-.
(Of. .i'' 6.67J Household Y
-. 3 son. Governor; Richard Wom- paid the license tax Kelly says. One problem with primariesis / .
sley, Junior ; Louts l you don't know whether .
> --3.77 'I .... Roberts, Prelate; Maxie Red- Deadline to buy auto tags Is ate voting for a candidate To 40% Sayin .
Up ;
"a a..wl.s 0" why dish, Treasurer Edward Ten- August 20, a Sunday, so actually .
I ....."'.m..1 P.A.uon. .. ... ; 19, will be because they admire him or
nant, Secretary. Trustees are: Saturday, August .
'W.M 1MN sr.,1111,7 just to Irritate their friends. Chair Co.
5 'oz. -' 1.87 I I Billy Crlffls, Billy Coldtraln. -the lal at day. Boxley
t I and G. Mansfield. Kelly said there Is a new RV A survey indicates that 640 Cossott 1 Block.

I series of tags required this year Richard, J,piixon' has enough From 1.10Jockon"I"
POSTED SIGNS: Treated to recreational vehicles.Camping "
withstand weather20C each. for trailers, travel trailers delegate ,lo assure his re- .. 389-1741
nomination. Is there to be
$ t J $209 $2.25 doz. Special price on slide-in campers,and self- end to the surprises this no
/VA Bradford
1 W.T, larger quantities. propelled motor homes all l require is heaping upon us?
Acne" l' .
I County Telegraph.E3RADFORD! the RV tags, Kelly said. I

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II ::1ST ?s C I Saturday, Aug. 12 8:30: AM to 5 PM
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4 CENTER CIq CM.rp ... \ -JOv TpNtCRAWfORO.. ..:"':: For Additional Information. Contact Jeneva M. Flynn 964-5634

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\ Mobile Homes Chamber Board... ('raM Pege 1))

Parking Needed... scramble committed had expected goal of $3.500 has been setter to date Industrial brochure that will Bank move at Call to and the WalnutStreets old Doctor's
: -to be able to go fully the 1872 scramble, he said Is now evlJable at the chamberoffice. .Ho pal building on Temple:
1 Independent but that the price bother action, the Chamber .
(From Pa*. 1)) Uniforms Avenue, and expand to sevenemployees.
Board that
of beef cattle has risen making : Was told Tits Food
meeting the coning require .has filled In aDd drained their that goal Impossible. Approved appointment of local clothlngmanufacU. Division will, remain In the Stamp
meat for BIG residential are* property; and still plan to do The scramble committee has Arthur Casldns to the board of The >>lent. wlshef to exDend.. bank building.Budget.. old
for 7,500 spare feet per lot more workOlin governors representing both the firm could uaI 75 additional
for septic tanka.ObJectlona also spoke la favor of also discussed: charglngadmlaslon lair Association and Poultry- seemtresses, Myers.
to Ms proposed, David Gutter who reccottyask-' to the here-to-fore free men's Association, both of aid. .*.
but decided that,
trailer park came from only ed that be be allowed to place 1 event against which he Is president this year -Was told that Vogue Manu
one neighbor, OlIn Mid. two mobile DOOMS on Us 12 Myers Once said.again, donations will be replacing Jack Hazed who re- cllot ingproduceraasoornplet-] (From Pege l 1))
As a result of the total resldential acres adjacent te-tfce. OUneon
zoning near the the Old take Butler Road.Gunter .asked of local' persona. Butdonations'to signed.Voted to award a $100 cash ed Its expansion and now Is up. tabbed at $225,000 e. the bud.
Starke city; limits, "people are was turned down two weeks large contributors prize to the winning team In the to 65 employees from 40. get work up* $77OW.wasab-
moving Into neighboring will be cut Myers Mid, and Chamber's. membership drive.Was _Was told that the Welfare bed for teacher supplies plus>> .
I Olin Mid."Bradford.' ago.Cooper and umter OBCKQ op funds will be sought primarily told by Myers the Division of Division of Family an across-the-board salary Increase -
County; .. ready<< to Olin pointing out to the County from civic organizations. A Chamber has compiled and up Services !now In the old Florida to cost about $107,000.
1 grow. and It's a beautiful Commission that septic tanks
county; and I love It," OlIn would be required and would r- ---.--.. .- -. ---. ------ --- sssaV-------___-____-?_ --_-__-_--__ _--_ -_-_ _- 4-,
i stated. "Let's*let It growl"' serve the Mm purpose for
"Whit are people going to either mobile or conventional I I4rf I .J

do when they can't afford a Commission ijiI I kt/'Lt1 I
conventional home at $16,000 to
I $20,000 but they can afford a George Roberts, after listening I I
I mobile for $4,000 or 95.0007" at length, to Olin. Mid the
: he. board would take the appealunder I I II
pointed out his family advisement. But be said .
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GROWN-UP AIRS-Cotton I shapes. a cool and crisp and: j I I1 II
girl" look for summer's yoi.t uig gadabouts. A navy 1 I
white striped skirt gives cov er to matching shorts while j II \ I I
HAS BEEN AppoiNTEd AN a white top and red-trlmm.!d belt carry out a patrioticy 1 I r '
color scheme.: It's from PrUs: Missy of Delias. II.
I'J the group's proper recourse: Crosby Lake. Describing the Ie I
under the county's; zoning ordinance work, the board said It Is cleanIng I
is to me zoning appeals out a ditch between the two e i1 t Ii i---1' L T.
@ Q Li Board composed of three lakes 1 I .
members of the coning board- Bought a 1)0.622 book- .
J Art Keller E.W. Hodges, and keeping machine for the county; ;;, 1 '
Rex Smith.A clerk's office from Burrough's 1I I
woman present at the meeting Corp. on the recommendation I

i now, you can buy all your family's vitamins Vemon sat quietly, Olln's throughout presentation mostof of Accountant two bids Nell Tucker from ,Burroughs rejecting -- Thousands sold at regular price! :

i: and household drugs at savings of up to 60% !then appealed to the board on and "STCR: on smaller .
the same grounds. machines on whlcntlds had originally -
For over 40 years Hudson has served millions ol Americans "We're poor but we saved been asked. Tucker
from coast-to-coast with quality-lesled vitamins and and bought lot near the city.; said his recommendation was is but the :
proprietary' drug products.Now.we are pleased to make the Now we're told we can't movea made because the county; would I Nothing changed price '
Hudson{ ne available to you. .at prices that will make you(eel good. trailer on It. use the full capacity; of the I II
"A mobile home is better than smaller machines now and because 4'r h;,
COMPARE AND SAVE the house I'm living In now." the bigger machine I.electDll I I II

she Mid, terming her present has more capacity; _...-:: -- ._, ..... .. 'd.
rental home In NE Starke a.lanty. and works much taster ;.: '.a
!! :I ; ... .Y" .... *VSMTMSJ, I
--Accepts a report from : : t.., _\. ;
Starke all ..
i I "I've lived around '.. '
i State Inspector Cecil Sewell that ; \,5 '"
life and I'd like to have ...... LIPEQueen
my the county; Jail! has recently been ,-u-:; .\ .. .F 'co ,," .
besides rent (
a receipt "
DAY something : ,
".VKXMVtut....wl1 i O"a'""I.'or.,':-::"' luoopmN.a-- --ENOl.=._:::._:1' 1AM 1pN" "Air,1.*.:PALSAMMATtt ".,-. ;" she Mid.Responding painted from fair and to that good.Its condition Capacity Is; J1' .-..... I 10.\. ..\> '" h ..\.. ..'\'.. .
"lIor.r.:1': = -'- -
u rnnr- to the woman, at the Jail Is 21 prisoners and
I wiu..n 5096w 14' 5.2.% wi2ea 6096. commissioner Ralph, Bryan Mid the county; expects an Increase ". ..,. .. .. -- .
n.,1. '
she had "struck a ins"'" In prisoners when the City; of r.\.' '""'*'l--. ., -' ,- :- .
I.. : to people improving Starke phases out Its muni- 'T ::;.:
in him referring -
3 I Gi ) themselves. cipal court. I) I I. r'i ,i1..af g : ,._ ;;; I
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trJ ; "Let us work on It and see --Referred to the state De- \ "fll\ !.. ,. '
*IIB!( do,"Chairman Roberts partment of Transportation a '";-.' .-.,.. _" \ .-., 'II .
what can ::
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I mine WITH C "'U .Nw""' ,IJICrDII'N' asked the delegation, letter asking Improvement of SJ\I\ Hm \.:.:. ... ...LllJ
1 CIIHVIM. {_SgjJB_'fIt.. --rst-TAHTO rw..n Y"RNNGni. :; \ =ar.:1," ,.:..: thereby promising some typeof.ctlon the shoulders of SR-229 the I _; '. .. .1-ar.Ir .
r.ij\tI1. ,1- : ,
... Brownlee Road. Bill Haas, -
wen war -.rw w.nrw -- from the county commission. 'R ((1 1
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J3* 50% .95 5.m' _.89" ,- 6096. .'! 229 resident wrote the letter I : 7J. 'b
saying the road's shouldersareIn Size'I. L \J 1
I .sun io*Mw-swe>IM..L In other action the Commission bad condition and dangerous ...
-' Ir a.wnM caw f :: for drivers. Reg. 249.95 cYj} ( !'f I
1s' = mew." MN ''
.---- Answered and inquiry by -Approved a resolution establishing ,
-, mww.r.. sa...,. three Crosby Lake property\ a county; occupational SALE 199.95 set )l ; '
i COIIICIOIN .mom-. M .M"I A&LN3TnNTDe S.'I1S owners, Earl Goodman, H.B. license tax on Bryan's motion. \: -t'95'I II
Iia-' e'GS---.n ==:.r--PM :-m: .. !!iiii. Kelly and Leon Conner, givingssuranoe Bates under the new county; King Size ti\.. '
"' -L'C 1 1ile. that ditching the setup won't change but the revenue M
\ *' !raw O% ,:_=:;;-;MN;;. -$.1"It w 0% county; 1s doing between Crosbyand will be shared by thecity's I Reg. 359.95 \' h f'
Lakes won'tdraln and the county leavingout
Sampson ; ; \
the ..tate.Referred. SALE 289.95 3 t = i\ .' Each piece

..............................................-.-..--...........e N,I -- to the Zoning I .-__ -:. Twin or full sizeMattress
Board an application for approval : ...... or box spring
f .. "-.II ... I
of a subdivided plat on I
Elect f. A. I I, .. .. .
JYP3R Brooklyn Lake. The proposed 1 '", .TI INNERSPRINGQueen
I A' .a. I. :;; '
plat was by JImBry- "
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: ant and Includes 35 lots. !!I.. ,
YAWN' I I !Ii :": '" to ..... '.
--Took no action on proposal tae .
I i iI by Col James A.Griffin that I N i @ ,_ ... .3.
ti ttiSK --
the county; seal the asphalt surfaces :
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of the courthouse parking \
.1 ;aI
area at a cost of $2,051.Dl.cu..ed I SV\ rol \ Se: Y .' .j/.jI t 1 1i
::7& ..
I II naming certain l t< Ati1a :, ...... _.- .1. ... wR- (f 1 I II
I county; roads as private, as per I I ... ""Ii .... t 1t 1 '
reouests of some residents,but -
I took no action. me county now I I \'.>. .J.. ..A w.
i iI maintains some roads that run Size \ '\.., ... 1. J JI I
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only one way to a person's ...-li' 1f"u l j
home but the roads are public Reg. $300 :" t tI

I II Commission said. If the George county;Roberta declares, I SALE 239.95 set :l'4...... ) ;:i' > I II
I them private county ma In ten- J' .5 I II

will was delayed cease, he while said.commissioners The move- I I King Size 9 "'" '\ ( '

confer with property; own- I I Reg. $400SALE .

: er.Agreedtosettleonadiffer- I 329.95 set Each piece I
I I .ent site for the new radio tower, I I": Twin or ful1! size t tI
when Commission Bryan said !I I. Mattress or box spring
: he didn't like the Idea of cutting I 1 Ab
: ..and relax i I the tall pines on the land

I Your court will i ia :,, purchased Legion for that from purpose.the American I: INNERSPRING or 6" FOAM'' RUBBER 1

Foam rubber sold In seta
Iw !I. uplrl.aettl I .

..d c.. I. h..., i:, TobaccoQueen.
Extra Firm to back I :
I : ... : 1. '. support your : '::

t ., You will recognize this famous national brcnd that has been advertised i1

I : (From Page |1)) I In LIFE and other leading magazines. This Is a once-ln-a-life- ',' .: ;,
Dear Citizens :
41,: was the Junior Women's Club I time sale of current 1972 bedding that will never be repeated. It is ;< I II

: Many people have asked me, in the past few weeks, how 411, of Starke. She was first run- on sale In Florida only. .. 1'l I
I they could help with my campaign; For that reason I am ; nerup Strawberry In Queen the 1972 Contest Bradford Limited Time Only Quantities limited I I
this short note.
i writing
First runnerup In the pageant -
was' Mill Becky Cham- :; 'II II I

i It would be extremely helpful to my candid'acy if you" = bliss runner of up Lake was City Miss and Beverly second '.i 1 I .

; would personally contact your relatives and friends in Alai 4 Hill of Jacksonville.

chua on Baker behalf., Bradford, Gilchrist, Levy end Union. Countys :: Other Strawberry contestants Queen were Donna Bradford I: MALDNE GOLD LABEL FIRM ,j' .r:

a my Prevatt.: Starke; Mary Ann Barton -
4 former Strawberry Queen ,
I Also if you would like to aid in the distribution of campaign : Debra Hall, Lake City;; Sandra; 69.95-0n Sale 49.95 "
Lee SummervUle, Lake City Regular
; f't
material please contact me at 964-5016 and I will sees : Michelle Anne Reed, Lake City; :
to it you receive this material. : and Laura Ruth Morris of Lake 1
City.; King Size 219.95 Set Queen Size 159 95 Set :.
Miss Buckley has qualified! t .
I.KoA I.
I will certainly appreciate your vote and active support. :, for the Florida Crown Beauty y "
Pageant at Jacksonville Beach
where some 18 girls will corn- I. .
I pet. for the coveted crown

II+ r, : the The Jacksonville contest will Beach be held Coliseum at j I I rat rk a'rni' ture .C ''O F'S iir .I '

SaturdayU8UIt 29. ,I
I The various Chambers of I
Commerce throughout the 15 I
northeast Florida Counties I, .
been holding contests during
the past months to selects I, f fI
a. ate. local queen to
; represent their 't
areas. The Queen of the Flo- .I
rids Crown Beauty Pageant th n
if held each year with the .: 13 W. CALL ST. Vt 4E 964:5827{ STARK%B!, FLORID*' :
Tberoo A. Yawn cooperation of the Cr'otmCham- I : I
ben to determine the lovllest ..._------ ---- --------------------- -
young lady in the Florida Crown. .

Page 10 Telegraph, August 10. 1972

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T*.Sweetest StrowberrU TMt Sid of Heaven

Starke Dixie Youth's Team

Vol. 94 No., 2 2nd Section August 10, 1972

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BHS Gridders Will Be Become State Champions I;: .

Experienced This Fall Mike Kitchens' grand slam Cochron was thrown out tryingto 13 times at bat, and scored 5 six runs. will"represent our District and
and the pitcher's three hitgamo steal for the 2nd out but then times. As a team the boys dlda real Starke very well.Congratulations.
gave the Starke Dixie Youth AH- Robert's singled scoring Hum- Keith Kelly earned a .250 fine Job, much better than our are In order
Star a 14-3 victory In the first pries. The next two batters average reached base 9 times expectations, and we are truly for 'these 15 boy and Coach
"The best thing we've gotgo- practice game will' Bel-Med America of reached base safely on errors, In 13 times at bat, and scored proud of them and feel they Randall Davis.:
during the
Ing for us 1 S. experience" said period of training the most we've had in five years Orange Park aid thep became allowing a run to score cutting
Head Coach DavidHurse 'talk- Over the Varsity.; and will help the team. champions after beating St. Starke's lead to 6-4 and bring. ._ __
Ing about next year football summer the coachIng BHS will try out their talents \UBUstlne 15-91n the final gamo. In the winning run to the plate. m "
staff has checked the movIes September I 1. In the Jamboreeat Then Keith Kelly reached back
season when Bradford( High has
of the team from spring the Gainesville Dinky Kllby pitched the winning
hopes of going all theway tothe high school. and got a little extra recorded -
State Championship. practice closely and evaluated In the first quarter they play game against pre-tourm- a game-ending strlke-outand
Seven of 31 players out this the changes that will take place Eastside and then In the third ment favorite St. Augustine 15- Starke had earned themselves a
year are two letter that should help the team a lot. play Gainesville High School.: 9. trip to Bartow and a berth In the
year men "I have been well pleased with Last Starke found their ,
Wayne Testone, Randy Gasklns, year the Tornadoes beat Thursday, State Tournament.
Bobby Dyal Dennis Crawford. the mrrfmtamt of the bovs Eastside and Buchholz In the opponents to be the already defeated Kilby went all the way for
Gary Melvin, Brad Carter, and working out In the summer/ltg second and fourth quarters. Bel-Med America who Starke In the championshipgame
Malachi Henry. batted through the Bel-MedNa- allowing only two hits,
Nine more have earned one tional Saturday after losing. gave up six bases on balls
varsity; letter. and thus have Junior GolfersReceiveAwards Bel-Med America won the struck out 4, and allowed
good experience. They are Gray coin toss and elected to be the only one earned run. JO+s
Flynn Keith Tetstone Levy The District Champs had five
home team, sending Starke to
Lennon, Vernon Barber Carl hits which were collected by
the plate first That may have
Luther, Stanley Crawford,Billy been a mistake for the All- five different players: Kelly .
Blgham. Steve Strickland, and Stars from Starke promptly sent Dinky Kllby Mike Nettles, Jeff -
Jockel and Bill
Eddie Ifazen. 11 batters to the plate and scor-
In 1965-66, state. championship ed four of them. The Starke nine as a team
years It took these Ingredients Awards were given out Mon- on their home course. The big blow In that Inning in the tournament collected 19
: the school and com- day to the winners of the North Billy Tuten, !'ala&ka, shot a came off the bat of Jeff Jockel. base hits In 82 times at bat for 'j s '
munity; working and supporting, Central Junior Golfers summer 44 for nine holes which broughthim With he bases full.Jockel blast a .231 team average. Asa team, *
coaches working closer to play play atthe Starke Golf and Coun- up to a perfect score with ed a ball over the high left field they scored 34 runs, for an
era, and working hard at win try Club. 84 points in the 10 and 11 year fence but It was a foul. Return- average of 11.3 per game.
ning, says Coach Hurse. Winners and runners-up are old group. Ing to the plate, Jockel rapped a Individual batting honors wentto ....
Tornado fans will be a long listed, 8-9 year olds,Joey Her- Keith Kirker of Green Cove double which drove two runs Dinky Kilby. Dinky batted a '
tune forgetting: that 7-0 victory res winner and Barry Thomas Springs is leading the 12 and 13 home. lofty; ,500 average going 6-for- : ,. _."
over a tough Palatka team on second, 10-11, Billy Tuten and year old group with a total of Bel-Med scored once In the 12, including a home run, and _. -1 : .., : '
; : r"
Bradford Field last year. Sky Knight; 12-13 Keith Kirte 83 points. Campbell Tucker bottom of the first without benefit scored the six 13 times.times Dinky wentto : . ...- f- ". :', .,. .
It was unexpected coming after and Rod Knight; 14-15 Bret Cole of Gainesville was low for the of a base hit to trail 4-1. plate wason .: .". "" 't .ti1- ?
base 9 of ,
those times. : .
fumbling losses to Live Oak and Chuck Waters: and 16 and day with a 47 for 9 holes. Starke made It 6-1 In the fourth \ i. "1 : : <
and Boles. Stronger as the 17 year olds Bobby Hayes and Claire Turner has sewed up the when Dinky Kilby drove two
season wore on the 1971 Tor- John Evans.In girls dlvldlon In this age group runs home with a solid base rap.
nadoes ended with five straight the girls two groups win- with a total of 84 points. That ended Starke's scoring but TwilightTourney A Stork Dixie Youth AII-Star performer takes a mighty swing at the ball but
wins, Including a bowl victory ners and second placers are, Bret Cole, Keystone Heights, Bel-Med, determined to get could only manage to foul over the back fence.
over. Ocala: Vanguard.,; 12-13 year olds Clare Turner was low for the day with 74 for back In the game, scored once
31 boys will begin practicefor and Glenda Epps and 14-15 18 holes In the 14 and 15 year, in the fourth with the aid of
the on coming season Clnday Turknett and Kathy Up- old group which gives him a their first hit of the game.In a ...... a
starting August IS, with two church. total of 83 points. Chuck Waters in the bottom of the sixth Ends ThisWeekend
practices a day. The first will The first and second placers Green Cove Springs, Is on Bel-Med began to make noises ,
start In the morning at9and the will travel to The Willow Lakes his heels with 82 points andean like they wanted to win and ,
last In the afternoon at 3. Golf Club August 25 to face off tie Bret for first place In the Starke wax was forced to recall t
The grlders will put on the with the Duval County; PGA next play at Starke on August that on the previous day, L el-
pads on the second week of Champions. 7. In the girls division, Cindy Med had rallied In the bottom of
practice which Is when the JV Keystone Golf & Country Turknett holes first place witha the 6th to whip St. Augustine. The final round of the Twilight -
.team starts practicing. Club played host to 57 young total of 83 points with Beverly' The lead-off batter was retired Tournament was played t t tt
Coach lIurse would like to golfers on July 31. First placein Davis: shooting a 44 for 9 third to firm Then the last weekend, which ended In
encourage all boys to have four out of sevengames gives holes for a total of 42 points. 2nd batter Cochron, walkedasdid the battle of the sexes.Mae lIen-
.their physicals before they report the player 84 points which I.a Is Leader In the 16-17 year old the next batter, Humphries, Voncil Ketch and
to tall practice. "Many perfect score. group Is Bobby Hayes of Keystone derson came In first with a
Mike Kitchens
an under ,
124 20
will have to get their physicals Barry Thomas and Joey Hcrres -' Heights with 83 points and of .464 score of par t
average Including. two the best four rounds out J
at the County; Health Department both Starke,are tied witha John Evans, Gainesville, close grand slams home-runs and II with Coming in two shots
due to the lack of Doc- perfect score of 84 points In behind shooting a 69 for 18 of seven.
... .,. .thea, and ft old ,holesiWlilcU-brotight. his runs batted In. Mike, like behind} (or.a second,,were Joe HIPP FORD TRACTOR CO.
.torlln..tQlwn. > year 'grouPt. .. -score, ,Dinky; wag on..base-9 times In .and Jimmy WlldU Lucille and
'JV players..,tte'welCbmo'to wltlf, one.. mores. match to play 'to"62 "points: Ray Starnes took third place

with a a score of 130 for their t f ft
-- best four rounds.A "Where Ser ice' Is The Keller Idea"
prize was awarded to the
couple who worked the hardest
during the seven week play and

", Wallace.that went to Don and Thelrm I GRAND'OPENING t tt

Foursome Result; of Tournament Best Ball of which a .

was played this Sunda', spon-
sored bj the Ladles Golf Association -
was a two-waj tie for I t
low gross. This was won by
Bret Cole Bobby llajes, and FORD"YRAC'iOR
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Starnes witha B
match of cards from \oncll ,
Ketch, her three guests, Joe
Petrock and Mr.' and Mrs.' Gor- I 200(1( MODKI.I )/ : tt t
don Lee giving them second low
gross. Their best ball shot a
.' v. score of 68 for 18 holes. This I Rugged{ Ml I'urpose'I'ractor Is Ideal To 1.ooerlllIllJ;! Chicken Farms.

Chesslngton First low John net went Jett to, I Fran Lois t Powerful Gasoline. Engine; \nd (Os crsize Tires Provide You I.'ilh11.\ The Thet

Walker and John Petersen with You Need To \Mori\ In \Met \reas. You Mill \Iso Rccictc .\ '12 Month \\
a .score of 58. Second low net
B Ford Motor Co. "*"'
) > U- 3MBraffl"|
of 61 was won bj Mr. and Mrs. '''
:' ; -
,; Fremont Tolles and Col. and HIPP
Mrs.' Ed Timmins. ww CO
'" .
'.' Third low net went to Jim f ALL THIS FOR D."T. t
'. Chesslngton and his guests Mae
M' y Petersen and Mr. and Mrs.Jim ONLY
9. Greek.
After the tournament cover- a
ed dish supper was enjoyed with t 3395
', the awarding of prizes. Mrs.' I--- t

'. ,1 Ketch chairman of the tourna-
ment, reported a good atten-
.., r''i\ dance of about 36 people and ,
..'U. '.' ; ".,, that the proceeds would go towards Hydraulic ,
new furniture for the club
,< ..1., ,' house porch. Front End Loader ,
,-I f.J ...

1: ';' i''I': JI---i GM Heads $ 8 4 9 5

__ I
To DistrictGreen Come In and ,let Tim Hipp show you
tome of the many features, on all

., new Ford Tractors., .
I :Machine Softball team Grand Opening On ,
t Specials
,, I ,;: "' .f-, :" j-: will enter the District Tour- :
"." ...:t.-., nament in St. Augustine this ,
.. I weekend after breezing throughthe LAWN & GARDEN TRACTORS
I ___i Sub-District tournament In
'* .Y" Starke without a loss. ,
"\ ,
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.:-.,"" .. ,...-. General Manager Townsend 7 H. P. Electric Start 8 H. P. Electric Start
Strickland thinks that CM should The Tractor That Does All. Features ,
::; ':: For making it possible for me to sere as }jour Count) Commissioner for go into the tournament as slight The Machine That Mill\\ Handle Ml It -
Hdrostat Transmission Electric
favorites, due to the fine show i ) -

... another term without opposition. and they Ormond put on at Beach the Cocoa invitetiomis Beach t Your Grass Molding; \Mith\ Ease Starting Plus A Wide Span I

,' the last couple of weeks. Mo\\er.

Ij' :'.', I am humbly; aware of the great trust you hate. placed in me, and pledge lost CM record has In a tournament 56-18 won com and- BUYNON :VT HUGE S.\\'I\GS Ml This At Our Grand OpeningSale

/ my continued best effort to represent >you with dignity). and honor, alwajs: petition for the \ear. Price

,of.I",,. ,.'.".. suiting to gibe you the most Effective, Efficient, and Economical go\-, score Leading so bitters far this and year their are t $695 1,079 t

ernment possible. <' Marcus Rhoden with 175 runs.
., i" 43 home runs, 161 RBIs anda
... ., ', .671 batting overage; John \ME\ HAVE THE BEST PARTS PERSONNEL :AND MECII.\\ICS I IN

MY SINCERE THANKS, AGAIN Uatson runs, ,204 with RBIs 152 ,runs and, 74 a home.595 NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA TO BACK L'P: OUR STATEMENT AT

l ql. a ::: t average; Woody Strickland with
'S" ;f"

: D. L. ( Dave) SHUFORD and 137 runs a .574, 2 home average runs;, Richard 51 RBis HIPP FORD TRACTOR

Mummow with 138 runs, 63 "Sorvlcs Is Vie Better Ides" t
home runs, 160 RBIs and a ,
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) .570 average; and Jim Gar-

llngton with 120 runs, 37 homers Gainesville 3 Mile North On U.S. 441 Phone 372-3464 \
U4 RBIs and a .558 batting .

avenge. I T .
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Our editorial. 1: (W.L.w ." -

n '; Letters to ,he Editor. 00 US.I : I IAu

1 [ Point of view J'

By Martha Sue McCain open letter to Supt., T.L. As IA* sign on U.S. 301 says non-profit organization. The
:: .. Casey and the Bradford County; Bradford County; Is a land of Association 1 Is Independent of

:: Here Is a way to use some Board of Public IDab'ucUoluDear Friendly People. I'll miss It Dedan Church: or any other Trustees ot the Association

Fears and Butta Palm. for a different and Its children, and I planto authority; served without pay and many
'. dessert.PEARPALM. Mr. Casey the return to visit often.Sincerely other local people have workedto
'. Board the Dedan Baptist Cemetery
.. keep up the cemetery until
FRUITUPSILEDOWN yours Assn. was organized under the such Urn as there are sufO-

A Well Rounded A thletic Program CAKE It Is regret with that the I deepest must submit possible Jacqueline M. Cups laws the of records Florida of and Clerk Is recordedIn of the care.Meat funds\ An to endowment provide perpetual fund at

my resignation ws a guidance P.S. -- My deep thanks to Circuit Court at the Bradford thousand
several dollar will be
2 cups fresh pear siloes.lcup counselor at the Bradford Middle -
\ Bobby Ferguson of The Tljraph *- County Courthouse In Starke.
; for said .
needed car*
Butia Palm Fruit Puree 1 School. In four
cup\ years as a for all Ms kind help with
We note with Interest, as YOU may In league program In basketball, baae- sugar, 2 tablespoons quick counselor In Bradford County; ,our newspapaer column, school Full and sole authority; of the The following 'trustee have
this issue of the'' Telegraph, that The 1ha11 and many other sports Is vitally cooking tapioca,I small package first at BUS and later at BMS, publicity; etc. He's a terrific affairs of Dedan Cemetery has been elected to serve you: H.H.
white cake mix 1 egg water as I have profited from and enjoyed who la a great asset to Invested In board of five
Starke Dixie Youth All-Stars are the necessary to build the degree of talent directed on cake mix packag. relationships with teachers person been a Mott, Theo DyaL E.B. Crosby,
my -
undefeated champions of the Dixie Youth needed to win at the high school and staff fellow counselors, the much. paper. Thank you very trustees.' body They therefore are a jperpetuating when A.L Mann, and M.R..Mott. W*.

Baseball Tournament played here last college levels. No doubt there Is also Combine >pear slices, palm administrators, and county; the services;ofany trustee shall the trustees. earnestly solicit
weekend among: rea teams. As local ,some merit to the Idea that In little fruit puree sugar and tapioca. staff. I have had th* opportunity terminate the remaining members your help In caring for the resting .-

tournament champions, the Starke All-. league tackle football some young play- loaf Generously pan. Spread butter a 10 pearpalmfruit X 14 Inch ; to know..and work with almost DEDAN CEMETERY shall proceed to electa new who place!have ot been all our committed loved ones to

Stars have won a berth in the district ,ers get blasted out of theme because mixture over bottom. Mix I feel 2,000 that my.of life your has children.been ASSOCIATIONTo member to the vacancy. this cemetery.

tournament. they have not gained size or stamina white cake according to directions greatly enriched bv thlaMmarlence whom It may concern: The reason that Dedan Church
as Quickly as others. Such a beating on package and speed and .1 hop that I !have This letter Is to help you understand has given up all ownership and .RespectfullY yours,
Against the successful finish Brad- Is bound to make some lose interest evenly In baking pan. Bake at been able to give something In some of the problemsof authority; of and over the ceme- H.H. Mott Chairman!
350 F.about 40 Is that the has been M.R. Mott Secretary
ford's 10 to 12-year-olds we In football. degrees minutes. return. Dedan Cemetery and what! tery upkeep
compare Serve hot with Whipped creamor has been done left to a few of the local peopleIn Dedan Cemetery Trustees
the to try and resolve -
the dismal finish last season
topping If desired As an("out lder" who had a these the community; and by a
county high school's baseball team But that doesn't stop the football chance to be an "Insider." I problems. cemetery association being *

which struggled for a single win. program. It certainly should not be THE BREAKFAST WAY can say, that Bradford County; Dedan Church heretofore has formed It Is hoped to provide All this talk'of a high-level

What happens between Bantam League as large a factor In baseball or TO A GOOD DAY has every reason to be proudof been the owner and agency of neroetual care lor..It. campaign sounds a' little dull.. .,
times wbell' .d
Baseball and high school? basketball.We Here's a three point test of a the educational system Unas said cemetery. The church has An endowment fund has been rather There a are candidate would "be a .J
good breakfast. Q) Itl'lve.you built. It Is a s One a systemfor now relinquished all ownership and Is being solicited to pro- boor than a bore. 1
As an interested all-round sports fan protein vitamins and mineralematerials Its size to be found any and authority; of the cemetery. vide perpetual care for the ce-
have fine ...ebaUplQin.thepre.. needed to build where. You have worked hardto metery. As of May 1972 there Old horror movies tbouldnt
we would like to see a balancedathlettc build good facilities, programs Ownership and authority; has be allowed 'oa TV.
and repair the body and to was over $3,000 In this fund They reveal
program at all levels of competition: In teen age groups. There is a localslow keep you healthy. (2)Itpro-help and educational philosophy 'been Invested In what Is known which Is Invested with the Far- to todays children how

Bradford County, including our high pitch softball program. In the Recreation vides fuel tor body energy. ((3) which meet the needs of aa Dedan Church Cemetery mers & Dealers Bank Lake easily scared their' parents.

school. BUS baseball has for the past Department, for adults that Is well It tastes good. continue the students. Your potential to IOcI don, sri unincorporated) Butler. were. ., .
to grow and Improve l.1.ISi.o
few years been'on the bottom end of the attended and well played usually A Is vast.
totem pole. breakfa.tpattem could

We ask again, what happens to our cereal range or from bread a simple milk or fruit other You have many valuable re

Feats such as'these of the Bantam baseball players at the teenage level? beverage to a hearty breakfast sources dedicated teachers / 19 ? ,

All-Stars belle.any, argument that Brad- The talent Is there. We have dedicated far of fruit cereal or bread, who are striving to become even -
ford County does not produce baseball recreation officials and high school eggs with meat or has, aor more professloral strong leadership -
who believes 9
talent. There may be some merit to coaches. A winning team would pro- fish and would beverage.be to have Sound at planning least- education and welfare of that children the- d ( .

the argument that Little League athletic duce more spectator Interest. one-fourth of the day's food at Is worth fighting' for and QJVtt J.a.AJ

competition is so fierce that many breakfast.And Improving by trying new loses
youths are "burned out" disinter- .We'd like to read a few years from and methods;and.finally Brad
about Dinky Kllby pitching the for the "don'ta" It would ford County; people who usually
rested by tho time they reach high now
support their
school. winning game against St. Augustine as be strain helpful citrus to remember Juice because not to people rather schools than and tear school them fkh:;.
he did last weekend about Jeff JockePs you do you"ll miss th*vitamins down by. unjust criticism, as .
There Is also merit income coaches' double driving two runs home and Mike and minerals found In the pulp, other counties have done. ..n1.1

arguments that a well rounded little Kitchens'. grand slam. And If you are counting' ca .
Ye., the people of Bradford X4a
lories you should note that one .{ CeCI -, "
County; and more especially th* /
.. ) pastry Is approximately
275'alorle. _. children are Its greatestresource. J. ---J .
and You know this and .... / .. .
one piece of toast (with butter)
is only about 100. Spend calories you have been willing to use
wisely your tax money your concern, ,,
Ltv and your support to give your a
The, Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH .' PICKLED PEARS kind of educationwhlcn .. j JtI
--;-.;-' f'I. willthe them become ....... -
._..r 1 II.. 5 pounds pears ((2 quatts, I i fine, concerned future citizens
.' e peeled cored and quartered
KST: .\B1.1SHEP 1S79! \. p. 3 cups sugar, 2 cup vinegar We have a future to look forward -
lteBill/ 1 cup water 1 piece gingerroot, to as long' as ;there are ..,1
'. 2 sticks cinnamon, 1 tablespoon ;young people like them In our
MMP[ /.J -. whole 1 cloves 2 slices lemon world.

FLORIDA RESS Strength and beauty are (0/t Inch thick).

: \ his .nctuary.-CP.alm.( Cut pears In half remove core
; A S S N 95:6): ." and peel. Makes syrup of sugar, I llI
.tSM")0 .. .
.1,, ..t'. JIG ) ... ,, 'r" vinegar and water.. Add spices Jfl.TflJj
.. :,,,, .Letus cultivate the habit of (tied loosely In a cheesecloth
looking for beauty. Nothing bage, and lightly pounded).. Add S

brings us in closer touch with pears, and lemon, bring to the
E.L. MATTHEWS, Ed.tor-Pobli.h.r the omnipresence of God than boiling point and cook until you

Published och Thursday' and .nt.r.d a* Scond seeing the beauty He has can pierce Remove pears with a tooth
pick. from heat and
Clots Matter at the Post Offic at Starke Florida wTrI'iwirirWhile(
under Act of. March 3rd 1879. created everywhere. We do allow the fruit to plump In syrup I
many things to develop our overnight.
Subscription in trod. or.o: 1 y.a, $5.00; Outtfd
trod area1: 1 y.or, $5.50. mind and our body but to Pack pears In preheated Jars.
cultivate the habit of seeing Strain syrup, heatandpouroverpears

beauty develops the soul. leaving 1/2 Inch headspace. -

Adjust lids and process Inventor
In boiling water-bath canner 20
minutes. Yield: 4 pints.iEwiABOi. e
i i i Lasts

FPL.presents? a few ways We must clear space for Special: The .

to use energy Th*piK.it loo lew 10'.advf I
your ,
73 Your dr.lwnrNlN bargain: :
modelsEverythlnggoes ;; So hgr t"ft'.d.,. L
SERVICE MEN 1 11 'Oil/f U modl oli
<* un
between 4 and 8 500 ft r* ...,ITMne
tonight. per hour el wo'r. Rid yawr
We'll' cut prices' call hem ot"thai muggy'"L.Kwm..'299",d,(pi II

Cadet Morris E. Davis Jr..
whose parents live at Jacksonville IGWESiPRICEEVERc t \ \

) military, received ledershloatthe practical work Army in units to the DI-e'' ".;-:.\. pUA1NGSGlE.\ \ Ou.I.IIITe1.II.I.II...H..II.r' Toyr Fo.rlli Clr.|

Reserve Officers Training e.-O \ .
Corps Advanced Summer .
Camp at Ft. Bragg N.C., from Over 2,000 UNITS ;
June 17 July 28. *" : \ I
47fI Cadet Davis, a student at the BUY p.'nnus.'
University; of Florida at Gainesville TO CHOOSE FROM < I
I 4 Is one of more than I 10,000 .
students attending Army Rote \ 1. > I
28 MODELS,5..DOOTO 34,000 BTU'S ,\
Training at six Installations In ; ; ,
I ., ..,. :
b2WWst the V.s. \, ".. "
The six-week Rotc Advanced
\ ...:
camp provides and opportunity; ,
for cadets to develop and demonstrate .
; .
leadership capabilities ." \ LOW PRICES i ,
In a field training enviro .. gtla sij. y y. '1 .
nment. The Instruction supplements .... "
theories and concepts Carrier Units are
t which cadets learned In THITTT 11 I I'I T ./
t I i Ca.
the classroom on campus. 7 engineered to fit N

$ Cadets normally attend the ro those hard-to-fit I .
.. Training between their Junior 2./N.MN. \
'I A.rNw cwrN.l
and Senlon years. This enables .- windows.Cain .. .... .n.glq
LI 1 .
,? them better comprehend their 1N y.?
...,., .
final year of classroom work I- / 3.,.....
and to function as Cadet leaders bring your m otur m ntt -4.4j r .ft4. son.1.1
on campus. !!!e -"/ your ecoauoo0,119 volt circuit BTU I.plug In _.w""N.- ,... ::' r.an..rI
H* and his wife Linda, live Ca.".,'.77.500 BfUcoolft "

on Route 1 Keystone HeLmt I up to 1500.q.ft.,.aiy tointtoll 4.. ._... ..
rY \ Under normal' w.rYweonddmn4C.rneumo0
11 FIa. _.......tIt'_''''..
ParOAIPWAflanyour, I .W.""n1-dN.. ...,

carport! 5...., .... ..,
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Army Private Travis C. .........

119q- and Wynn Mrs., 19,WUlard Whose Parents E. Wynn,,Mr.and Don't sweat over repairing your old window air 6._......I..wp..d..:...

wife Ave live on Route 1, 7.u.a... ...._ ....-
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Starke recently completed eight conditioner I -Buy a 5 warranty t !, .ono 11.W.alu
weeks of Basic Training' at Ft. .year .:::: ::,::; .a.lq:
By usingfles: between 4 PM and 8 PM .......
electricity ,: -the Jackson S.C. 6.CI..n/INn.d.e.wllh .NnNII' ...
: ......1..............ftlo --..
hours when PVT. Wynn Is a 1970 graduate ,iv.V..,I..,.Air .
'everyone uses a J lot ,of electricity at the same of Bradford High School. r."Y' ?w.e .....w-w.nryrM.nNlnn.r.M 1,r.w .Ay.w.wYMr W.rr.nly A I. pn..Ihllrl.rld I 2... .
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shortage:A'rid n save yourself too.
money. sjgs:zzsjaitsiisTTtMTt
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Cadet Donovan T. Bowles. 21. iJS3Vrniirrs'tly7.MM Tty T** *-* **> >}MJII** t* **i*** < 1 u.W 1 10.taunt*.! tHfifW' *.. )*. 13.Ln.aa..yr.rN..d
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..;- \ son of Mr. and Mr. Claude B. 0 0 0 Q Q O 0 9 Q 0 tjfj OJ fjJj Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q .y .viM.v. .*" ft .. _. I .
-: = }. Bowles. Green
: Cove
... r Springs, 14.Ir.x..r.
.. .. ... .... received practical work In THAN I.w1.i.Ynu.
.'. i. military leadership aft Army : :::E:?
Us Reserve Officers: Training 8:00 A.M. TO 5:00: P.M.! _. '
Please less electricity between 4 and 8 tonight Corps Advanced Summer Camp

at Ft. Bragg N.C.. from Jun SAWYER-SLADE
;!.* ; 17 July 28. CONDITIONING

,'.'. H* and his wife, Krtsdn.llw
:' _322 "EST1.OfSO' ST. PHONIC 964-7701 STARKE. FLORIDA
.. ?t', on Route 100. Keystone Heihts,

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The Congress of Senior Citi
lena met I in conference at Lake
Placid onJune 21-22 and adopted
the following>platform> to be pro-
anted to both the Democratic'and
Republican Partiee.I. 1r Everyday"

I. Thatpromptactlonbe '''. SPECIALS!, :' Low
for the enactment to the exclusion ;,. ....." .', ; :.. ( ;,' ,; Prices!
of all other plans,of acornprehenalve ,
health Insurance 1 4 WEST MADISON STREET, STARK! SAV E W :' Quantity,, Right

plan which shall guarantee toall ITti a Reserved .
American' complete prevent- 11,4';, N!( ,. WINN_ t OIKII'STORlb tN
live and curative treatment for COPYRIGHT n 19l ft
all mental and physical ailments
without any limitation
whatsoever. JUMBO' BOUNTY
2. That entitlement to basic
Income should be a right not
'''to be dependent upon the Indignity ';'
; of a means test. L
3. That a surviving! spouse TOWELS
be entitled to 100% of the Social iBO :
Security; paymenta deceased : I
spouse received or would ? !
have received. 1

"( 4. That no restrictions be I w.o-.o- $
placed upon retirement earn-
ings. To develop a national 1 policy hP.' ,
through which a person's
opportunity; for employment Is
limited only by his ability; and }aua. lo; I THRU WEDNESDAY 'y @
not his age.
5. That all nursing homes be a G.-1br r 8EEF PEO'
federally controlled and/or ROLLS
maintained and/or supervisedto ds
the end that profit shall not
be the prime motivation for the 4I
treatment of the sick or Indigent Limit 4 relit with $7.SO or more purchase excluding cigarotto
senior citizen.
6. That transportation for I
senior citizens should be pro- a SAVE 21e lb. W 0 BRAND USDA. CHOICI HAND. PAK BEEF SAVE 3Dc CHEK ALL FLAVORS

vided sidized therefor at to shall all effect times federally lower and faresor fares sub- k, I 1 ; R Ground Round $118 Drinks 6 -: $100

7. That an extensive program } d
be Immediately instituted toas- ,u ? '" Whole Hams LI68e Eggs DGFN39C
sure availability; of sufficient S
housing and that rentals be fed- SAVE 11 I Ic Ib.-SUNNYLANO TENDER SMOKED DOLE PINEAPP'EJuice '
erally subsidized to reduce and r oN.eti. NAIF 460..
1aAM. Hams SHANK 6Se 3 $1
eliminate ultimately the hard- A OA WHOLE LB. CANS
ships and deprivations caused I .
by burdensome' rental
ments. pay Drinks 4 """' $100 Peas 5 1701, $100 1 1SAVE
'8. Thit t ongrese forthwith W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE . CANS _ CANS

enact legislation' to ease the $ 18 SWEETHEART FABRIC. 25c f ion MONTE CUT GREEN
property; tax burden resting

senior heavily citizens.upon vast numbers of Softener GALLON88C Beans 5 CANS $1

9. That Congress remove the i; THE PERFECT MATE. DIXIE DARLING. FAMILYCoffeeMate
regulation which makes maintenance STEAK 0..
costs dependent upon the :: 67 Bread 22C
application of a percentage .

regulation continuation must of the eventually use of such bar SAVE 31c Ib NATURALLY AGED IB. Curls I 3 -GS'" $100 Rolls 2 B'K.PXGS. *fV

the poor senior citizen from living -
In public housing.
10. That the necessary laws S"'VI30. W D BRAND PURE 8 ; $100 Stix 2 69CCRACKIN
be enacted to guarantee a livable Ground Beef lB. $1 99 Pineapple PKQS.
income for all Americans. PKG. ARMOUR POTTEDMeat GOOD .
II. That every board com- WO BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEFRib 301. Iii'
mission and administrative 4 Saltines 24C
body related to senior citizen Steak '.5 lIs.0\1$749 . CANS 49C, . -' .
programs and/ r, facilities, ;1 .. .. 11 :'ARMOUR VIENNASausage. iSAVE lOc CRACKIN' GOOD
shall.number*among the membership QUARTER. SLICED HICKORY 'i-.A'j'.Jt&KP; : >i4 .I!."!: I'. 'f I "0., .2101.
; senior citizen leaders .. I fo 4 CANS $100 Fig Bars 2 PKGS.. 88C
with person to person e1q) Hams 78

12. Include drugs and pre SAVE .IOC Ib., USDA GRADE .A1. FANCT FRESH SloAlb.v/. 6
scriptions under Medicare.In Detergent 3 -: $100 SIZE99C:
conclusion ,- 1972 Is the Roasting Chicken 39
year of decision. America lB. CH"'RMINScOtl( ) THRIFTY MAIDSugar.

stands of on ,the crossroads SAVE 20c Ih. W.D BRAND UsSTcHOICi BEEF Tissue 4 ROLL 38C 5 LB 48CBATH
today. Behind us are decadesof PKG BAG
indifference and hostility; to Rump Roast . B.ne..s ll. $139 AURORA BATHROOM SI2EDial

of social all Americans progress. ,For we pray the sake that SAVE JOelb. WO BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP EYE Tissue 3 2ROLL 88C 5 $100
the leaders of our Nation have Round Roast "TlT" $ .4' PEGS Soap BARS

the wisdom and courage to ll. FAMILY SIZE GAiN (floe Off) SPARK
choose the right road.wrnTiIzc. SAVE 'Hclb.' WD BRAND USDA.CHOICE BEEF $
r 229WHITE Charcoal 20 eAG 88C
Chuck Steak 8 8 C Detergent .
u. OUr
Boneless lBS.OR .GALLON 39C Plates PKG, 88C
Cubed Steaks 5 $798

SAVE SOt MORTON ASSORT Flakes I:PKG.36C Barbecue 35C
11'0., $ 00 : JAl
Meat Dinners 3 1

,140.. Ketchup . Pampers .
Cream Pies .3 $100
. PIES SWI1Bc All. VEGETABltCrisco SAVE 1U KRA'TMayonnaise.

LIBBY LEMONADE LIMEADE OR PINK Oil : ;T'E68e; '. 48eLemonade.
. . 6 CANS 79 Limit one oil of your choice w/$7.50 moro Limit on.of your choice w/$7.50ormore/
purchase oxcl.cigi. purehe.xd!. eigs.French .

R Fry Potatoes 5 pl: 69c Astor Oil >oTne" 58C Mayonnaise ";:,, 38C


Seedless ll.39c
Grapes . .





Aak $ !?

{" ....... 1-LB. ag

I 2 a BAG ,
..... : '\\f.'W
fj"i!; FOR ,,: .

'1'!'..,.. .' limit with $7.30 or moro purchai_ s ,

Deluding cigarotto i I

About Thl QuMtlOB I II II I
"Fraud losses front .the ,
illegal use of lost or tt>len I
credit cards has Increased -
seven times this year over --- ---- ----- ++ +-- ---- ,.+_...........................s..r.+--.+_.................... .pE7

last year" states a credit TRA. ;I E7oC.TRA : EXTRJ ; EXT aJ' EXTRA" ;

card manager. If someone S pjjIr dx GREEN STAMPS. ; I I .d GREEN STAMPS. I dl GREEN STAMPS, I i AH.. GREEN STAMPS. I I 4 i GREEN STAMPS. .
takes a two week all-ex < COIMW. t q4. !wONI .N.4 N 1 wM W V VWr puW W hW4 N pense trip to Hawaii on my 1 CARTON t ONE 10..,. JAR ONE 71-FOOT ROIL 1.. ONI 77-... SIZE I ONE QUARTER LOIN '
credit card I want it to '
Cigarettes Coffee S Foil Starch 4 Perk Chops ;
be me! Can Insurance n' I .Z tT GOOD THRU AUO. l/ GOOD : "t
paint unathorlzed use of : No. 20.V, No. 21.e... .. .,..+.1 i No. 27.. ,<**,.,.*W..M mil : No. 23 .. ,... .. ........ : No. 74 .qu*iot.* *-.*n.,.
a credit card be added to
a Homeowner Policy?" &Ei:
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MVM. CBUI.IITWO MW1..I.< W M+ .r..4I tONI tTM fMMM* -
Watant'st. ill Cure 81 Ham 1d)( Sliced Bacon Ice Cream Bar 1' Sirloin Steaks >d4)( Juice

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By Ellseketh'Terry Strawberry Patch, under whichwe
BUHHIAY CELEBRATIONS NOTICE OF INTENTION TO bara A. Bruno P. O. DrawerA PREE, Tltton. Ga. DMfemktni an engaged' In business at

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Hampton Fla. 320441 sole NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTY 153 West Call SR. Starke, Florida
The borne of Mr;and Mrs. Zettte Padgett and Mr*. Bedto and Mr. E.C. Harvey, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Normanand Notice Is hereby given that owners. 32091.

I Vereoa Wick) Sterling was the Norman. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee and DenIM family of Jacksonville the undersigned pursuant to Dated this 3rd day of Au- Toi MARY ELLA ELIZABETH Lenora Swindell and Sherwood

setting bit Saturday for a Joint ThoM enjoying this event with Mrs. Mary Locke Mr.and visited their parents Mr. and Chapter 865.09, Florida Statutes gust, 1972 at Hampton Bradford DUPREE Swindell, Rt 1 Box 172,La wtey,

birthday dinner In honor of Mrs. the honor guests wen Rev. Mr. Ab Norman Mr. and Mr*. Mrs. Leonard Norman, and the will register with the County, Florida YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Fla. 32058; sole owners.
Eudle Austin and daughter Mr. Carl Normans on Tuesday night. Clerk of the Circuit Court In 8/3 4t 8/24 Dated this 7th day of August,
and Mrs. Leonard Norman,Mr. Friends of Harold Eunice that an action for
Bradford County Florida atStarke Bradford County
and for 1972 ,
and Mrs.Carl Normanand sons regret to learn that he Is a patient the fictitious name of: has been filed against you and Florida. 8/10 4tp 8/31
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling In St. Vincent's Hospital. you are required to serve a
FLORIDA THEATRE and bmlly Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miss t-nza Blanchard nas Hampton Water Company under In NOTICE OF INTENTION TO copy of your written defenses

Wise and>lamUy. Mr. and Mrs. been transferred from St. which we are engaged Drawer A REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME If any to It, on the plaintiff's NOTICE
Vincent's Hospital back Baker business at P. O. Notice Is hereby given that whose name and address -
to attorney
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 3:00 1:00 BUI PendarvU. Mrs. CallleCrlffls 32044 Mr. and Mrs. Luther D. Ra-
Sunday Saturday Hampton Fla. :
and daughter, Mr. and County Nursing Home. She Bruno and Bar- the undersigned pursuant to Is HON LEX GREEN ley have made Application to
Arthur wife
: Mrs. Dante Wise and baby.Mr. will be glad to see her fri- Chapter 865-09, Florida Statutes STARVE FLORIDA and file the Bradford County Zoning
Fri. A a'f.:, Sun. Mon., Tues.August'11,12,13,14,15 and Mrs. Edward Grlffls and ends. will register with the the original with the clerk of Board for reclassification of
family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry A.E. Massey retired Tuesday Clerk of the Circuit Court In the above styled court on or the property; described below

;' Norman Mr.and Mrs. Johnnie after about 42 years service and for Bradford County, Florida before August 14, 1972: otherwise from OR to BR (Retail Sales
Bennett Mrs. J loan sonnet, with the Railroad 28 of which Dorko A.L. Green and daughter the fictitious name of a Judgement may be enter- & Service.
Mr. and Mrs.Wayne Ihrdeeand were spent In the La wtey office. Donna and Mrs. Kenneth Hampton General Store under ed against you for the relief Beg at NE Cor of NWI/4 of

baby Mr. and Paul Normanand Henry Carter of Columbia, Terrell of Gainesville attended which we are engaged In business demanded In the complaint or SE1/4 Run S 386.15 ft. W 670.80
1 ( baby Mr. and Mrs. Vaughni S.C., visited Mr. and Mrs.HH. the graduation of Mrs. A.L. at P. O. Drawer A, Hampton petition. ft, to East R/W of Hwy 100.

Prescott and family Mr.and Brice on Saturday.Mrs. Green from Lake City Community Fla. 32044: WITNESS my hand and the Nely on R/W 450,1 It, Eastto
Mrs. Frederick Prescott Mr. Lillie Starling of Jacksonville College' of Nursing on Sat. Arthur Bruno and wife, Bar- seal of said Court on July 17, POB.
I I and Mrs. Floyd Norman and spent the weekend with 'urday morning. Mrs. Green bara A. Bruno P. O. DrawerA W72.' This change In classification

family of Jacksonville, Mr. her daughter, Mrs. Elsie graduated with honors. Hampton, Fla. 32044; sole GILBERT S, BROWNBY Is subject to a public hearth
and Mrs.14eyNonnan.Mr.andMra. Norman Mrs. L.B. Hogue, Mr. and owners. : Beulah M. Moody to be held on Tuesday Aug.29th
Harry Padgettof Maxvllle, Mr. and Mrs.H.H.Brice were Mrs. Walter Hogue, of Naples, Dated this 3rd day of Augusts Deputy Clerk 1972 at 7:30 PM in the County

WALT DISNEY'S ( I Mr. and Mrs.Ricky Taylor,Mr. attending to business InClax- Misses Sarah Hogue and Mary 1972 at Hampton, Brad- 720.4t8l0NOTICE Commission room at the Brad

p and Mrs. Lester Austin and ton, Ga. on Saturday. Ann Blackman, of Ocala spent ford County, Florida. ford County Court House at
daughters Mrs. Ruby Morley Miss Elizabeth Terry was a the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.A 8/3 4t 8/24 OF INTENTION TO which time all persons Inter-
_w_ and family and Mrs. Rosa Mae Thursday overnight guestof her .E. Massey. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME ested shall be heard for or

Mosley and children. sister, Mrs. C.E. Strickland,In Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Notice is hereby given that against the proposal as speci
Shane Swindell's seventh Gainesville spent the weekend with their IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the undersigned: pursuant to fled In the Zoning Code of
birthday was celebrated with a Mr.and Mrs.H.H.Brice were brother-in-law and sister Mr. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 865.09 Florida Statutes Bradford County;
n VTECHNICOIOIIb covered dish supper bstSunday supper guests of their son-in- and MR Mrs Laurrie DuBose, OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Chapter will register with the John Torode Chairman
at the home of his parents Mr. in Decatur Ga. BRADFORD COUNTY. CIVIL ,
K law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clerk of the Circuit Court In Bradford County Zoning
and Mrs. S.L. Swindell. The W.H. Harris and family of Friends of A.D. Dobbs regret ACTION CASE NO. 1405 Florida Board
ew.PMNAVtSION and for Bradford County, -
birthday cake was decoratedwith Ralford on Thursday. to learn that he Is a patient In A.W. DUPREE PlaintiffVI- The 8/10 2tp 8/17
r the fictitious name
I a frontier scene of Indians Mrs. Ernest Eells Mrs. Joe Bradford County Hospital. MARY ELLAELIZABETH DU

and cowboys. Among the guests -"---_._-_.._,,- .._-_.-
e>>!CJ were Shane's maternal grandmother

,.nnr o M w, 1 w .MIm,1Yrue nee Mrs. Edith Swinney; S
III7 aMl U H MNwI.n IASU rArpp
.... maternal great-grandparent, p0 .
AND BIIltIl Mr. and Mrs John F. Robertson opt
patemalgrandparents.Mr. 1 ;
; eawnn
and Mrs. H.S.SwIndell,of Jacksonville s i
; also Mr. and Mrs. w r'i.- 1 I e
Claude North and family, Mr. a+r sl J I "

and Mrs. J.C. Beach Mrs.C.K,
Cowan and 1. Bryan. and Mr. !

and Mrs. D.E. Roberts and a' lib.
daughters of Lake City.

Strickland's Landing atKingsley
Lake was the scene of ,

YALT DISNEY'S : family dinner Jtst: Sunday I SN
All CA.t 00NFLQUJ9fTECNNICO celebrating the 88th birthday
anniversary of Mrs.R.H.Futch.

Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Brooksey Futch of Lakeland ONOL Johnson % a ,

Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph; $ iV
Rosier and daughter.! Mrs. Dole iGP e
Jones and son, of Palatka Mr. tc PRESTONE
.OR" IDJ- ..
.. and Mrs. Randy Rosier of Naples. -
e..w..l..--t.-' 1..M .. ..aNw n..aaw : 3''S
:.: Mr. A.B.Rosier
Green eSprringe,Mn.Jeannette _
Futch and children. Mrs.

Manle Green, Mr.andMra.J.R.
Devore and family, Mr. and

.... Mrs. Obed Pauley and bmlly N'
Mr. and Mrs. Mace) Pauleyand

son, Mrs. Elnor Privet, Mr. TO
301 DRIVEINShow .and Mrs. Lei McClellan Mr. moo/
and Mrs.Ray Rosier and family i

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futch Mrs. ,
Begins At Sundown J.R. Atkins Mr.' and Mrs. e a

Charles. Starling and Normananadaughter family SeJ 'Mell's. III ""...1e. .....1..r11ta11W Mr. and Mrs.Larry /
X1j i
\ ,, :' 'Dfckie'Work' I
,1M Fri., Sat. August 11, 12" ,, ,. Mr. and Mrs. Lacy. ) E I. rn >

sVfi. Norman, and Mrs. Ola Starling Pants OPpr
Charlton llcston!' all of14wtey.CHURCH TREATMENT .i /

\ N..nollv lold.. I Aso to ra"4on ---
As TheIOMEGA SCHEDULES 5598. Wth, .hap. ..
;1'" : Grace United MethodistSunday t \ "'. X)I.IT and' lad. A asnPaEUtq" _-"
n \ ... eZl .. ._ .,.
r.1. .65.canon, Ac) w.'
,, School 9:45 r
: a.m. Worship Sa
{ :: MAN"Plus 35'. polyester fabricS ..,. r' .J< -
Services U ajn. and 8 p.m. \ ,h. ,.k. ,Ihe w..,. 9J
Children's Hour Tuesdays 7 to \ A..d color. in Si. P. Mrtor Oil Treatment

". H 8:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 8pjn. \ ?t.. 29 ta .2. Proctor Silex Dry Iron
-\ "; Choir Practice Thursday Mokes your engine run smoothercoolerquieter New Preston. II Concentrate 1
I.. and longer. Prevents dry starts-
7:30 Once.o*year oil-year cooling systemt. With" now wash and wear T.mp-0*Gmdt.,
p.m.Church reduce friction i and wear-keeps oil/ and
down protection that you con tr u With now Lightweight body w.th cool handle U.L.L.I
waterhmp."ra. 13 ot me
patented Silicone, 'Silicate'. Formula. 1 Gal. Approved
N' of God Sunday
\ ,
Harris School 10 ajn. Worship Services -

',.'I'. ..:.'' 11 Night ajn. and Wednesday 8 p.m. FamIly 7:30: 0. Discount, P.... Our Discount Price Our Discount, PriceGirls' Ou .Mod.113807g3.HI221.

Rated PC "*H?' ,: jun. w.4-9f wa1.a41 Wo..2f1.5 W..

Sun. Mon. Tues. 13 14 15 .. Highland Baptist Church -
Aug. Wor- %
Sunday School a.m.
'.': > e
p 9
ship Services 11 ajn. and 7:30: z ve4'3

.ADULTS ONLY tun. Prayer Meeting Wednesday :sa
Sleeveless Gllletts Ml A Dry Prods
at 7:30: followed by Choir I
.MATINEE WIVES" Practice s Blouses t Foamy t4 J W G E' I I Ie Silax
1M Deodorant
Shaw Cream,
;. PERSONALSMrs. Cool bl....... to pair with shorts, 29" Toaster

i: ;* : Plus John Wright of Tampa .I..ko. or skirt!, 23' poly.st.r. Fan 2 slice toost.r with adiutt,
'. and
: colorful
: 7" cotton In prints "- II 1101. obla toast ..1...... GuaranwLdo. *
: : and Mrs. Luther Thorpe of ) Assorted collar styles. "
teed I Yr. from dot. of
2-.peod. GEl 1 Yr.Warranty pur*
: : S 5..7.014. 5 'y,. chase.Model 20612
/'I\IS5 OFF"Rated Charlotte Courthouse Va.cameo 1 on porn on
:.:.:. be with their parents Mr. OurDmcount Out 1),0',, ''. W27
and Mrs. Charlie Shuford on Pr.e.. Wat E Ourplaa., Prk.Wa.' OurDiscount.a1JJiI
X .18 Years Up Adm. 1.25 their 62nd Wedding Annlveraary ..1t6" P'JC. ;fW.s:! Fa .1,48 Wo.j9 .

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.. on Monday, Aug. 7. '
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Men s Crttt 1-
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f4 er
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to Labor. !r.t d dull .nd f.d.d f.-
EagLBrandendFa? Brands.Solids, F,r.t quality, 100 oyIon Our Dlo.ov.W Prra bu 'lab ..k.. n... 2-:170 Cleaner 'Wax
mart Assorted colorsSue Woe 4'9C Goes on easy as a liquid' ,
Eo.y to
stripes and plo ds :
ITo 10-13. :ri'3: es. Cleans at tf waxes givmg
Sues 29 to 42 .
I pasta' WOK protectionOur
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,. .. Ou Dnaeunr Pne. Om Oneoum Res. 6 p Men's Eagle' Brand w ..a-87 fi; Price Was .
". wa J-lti we, r9C \ Z Penny Loafers .99C

Rich Cordovan shade. Long
,e TII.. "."ng .01.. Comfort, 1." ... aI/II
.;r'.' sa" S tI.J ,... 7 w 1TBoys !; ,.. /1 i!
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Famous Maker i j Ealll wa 7x16 ..
Dress Pants i Camp Shorts Dry Chlorine ',P '
You d. o.B.ct ta j Controls E
.:.: 56.00. 100'( ( cotton with all growth
'.. pop up ta/ belt. Elastic back, 4a of algae and of* Toilet Seats
/ chats, Chaica ofssarted fecttvaly hills
'.!. : in 26-30 Mushy until r colors.6.16, ,many bactana WhIt.1pe. molded and assorted construction colors' .
W r,

Our Discount Price IL 'E. I Our DiscountOur
the) men end women WhoM [g Tt
Discount, P".. Wa..lfi7 b 7. Ou.D.countPrc, Price WasJ4T
i achievements ere amcng .the. W... 'PK 1J Men's Famous Maker Wo 6
I l: known of modem Urn .
greatest ", :"
Deck Sneakers
Our praise end thanks. 5&1 "._ :>G''J/TO: I J s(,I
1," 5atJ Cushioned, mnorsole. Sturdy _J
: f .. uf" ::.
-0 31 0 ton" sops Suregrip ':.-> : r 8 0Lady
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Girls' ales Siiet 6 i to 12. I I. i
,', . Eagle ?tone w. .!;f..
< VI Panties Band Cuff Ronsonot
} Shorts O Discount. P",.. BI -- Lighter
lOO" ecetota I In Mfg. w ul
I "fA' .1 w0' Lit, Tlw I Fuel
tannin styling Holt boner waist.100'i 'Coo."O'
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1 egs. White and I l .colorful wash Jt e Men's & Ladies' Famous 35c .... Best for all wick,
atiarted pastels. prad..d, .. ) tvo" typo lighters.
., "Jacl( Purcell| Sneakers
( Vies 5'07 and, popYell.ler so ta, d.. ,I -s of. I W;; ?__... Mfq.' Lst, Lights' instantly,
i RIDASubsidiary 9 la 10. ii .as J.o 14. '"A. '.. Tht *,.1' comfort' sneaker. -..: P".. 79c Burns claanerUfl.oi. .
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!r. mss grip .al. Pen litsOur
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A n investment in Your Future ," .y:,A Itrr_'-_". TO ISAAC HOLD MANN REUNION FAMILY Census,11'. Taker 'Interview Bradford

.,"..,.. ..... TllA loose Mann Vamflu 17 A__ Several households In the
"'' romuy ii Statistics'on conditions in the
:: )''' ; :
>" ,'; ut.. W. 'Y' ?? era union will be held Sunday, Aug. Starke area will be Interviewedby
labor force from month 01(

? A I l 1, 4 f I 1 1 ; : a;:4' I I Baptist 13. at Mount Church Zlon, northwest Primitive of Census persons according from the to Bureau ThomasW. of month measure provide of the economic a cnnUnuiiw health l\ ,

THE 1 [ t II[j L [ McWhirter director of the l

I I '",. ..1.. j C'.L's" t'w't'3r!. m"1( IJ"fl .;"}, ('I,"- Evlle Lake Butler.(Mann are Invited All Padgett.friends to attend.--and relatives Bureaus Atlanta.Data collection centerIn of example the country., the nation'a In June\/ >un6tn-, for

Tor"here four lanais Is, there !wl II your dent be ihT ployment dropped to 5.5: !)l'r-
I cent. The decline, from V')
Mrs. Norma K. Foray orGaIne.vIlle
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH percent in May brought flic/
FIRST UNITED METHODIST 22fk'CSL3?: ::$$R'rrAR':$ : will be .
LAWTEY FLA. STARK BAPTIST CHURCH jobless rate to its lowest i Len\cr
Radio program, WPXE.Sto Sunday School, 9:43: a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. STARKE CARD OF THANKSWe A lot of family arguments viewer in this area. in more than a yoar am! i .-il':
8:30 a.m. each Sunday. Bible Morning Worship at U; guest Morning Worship at 11: Church Sunday School, 9:45: ;Morning over where to spend the an "fl
School, 10a.m. Sunday Preach 6:15p.m.WMUPray- Worship, II; Junior and Senior nual holiday would be settled The; is taken
; speaker Chaplain W.B. John Training, wish to express our grateful survey monthly Information supplied hy in.
Prrayer a.m. and 7:30 p.m. son. Church Training 6:15; er Circle, 7:15; Evening Wor- MYF groups, 6 p.m. thanks for the cards if somebody would develop by the Bureau for the U.S. Department -" dlvlduals )participation: m r u,'
Meeting and Bible Study, Evening Worship,7:30 with Ser ship 7:30.: Wednesday Youth Choir MeetIng Rehearsal flowers donations to the Crosby a beach on top of .a of Labor. The house-: survey Is held conflduiiui: >,.
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Wewel- mon by Chaplain W.B. Johnson. MondayYouth Choir Prac- 7 p.m. Prayer Lake Cemetery Association mountain. holds interviewed are sclenUfl-- law and Is used only l t" en,n;",
: come you.--A.E.Massey,pas Monday Youth Choir Practice tice, Children's Choir. 7 p.m. 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal and the many other expressions nF4 cally selected to represent across statistical totals.

a, tor. 7 p.m. Wednesday-- Family Night 7:45.: of sympathy In the loss of our section of all households.
.... WednesdayFamJly Night Supper, 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting Rev. George L. HarperST. loved one. God bless you. The
'.' Supper, 6 p.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30: ; Adult Choir Practice. 8:30.: family of Luclan Hazen.

HAMPTON BAPTIST 6:3.0j Teachers and Officers Denton Sumrall pastor. MARK'S EPISCOPAL :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i:::: :i: :::;::::::: THANK YOU
CHURCH Meeting, 7:15: ; Church CHURCH, STARKE, Holy Eu-
:I,,< Sunday School 10 MornIng Choir Practice, 8 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRISTAT charist 1st and 3rd Sundays, Friday. Aug. 4, at 2 p.m. k.
a.m.; the DeWitt C. Jones with
: Service 11 a.m.; Bible Study MELROSE 8:30: and 10 a.m. Morning Rev. I.V. Luke officiating. Interment You, the people of Bradford ,County and particularly
6:30 p.m.j; Evening Service 7:30: GRACE BAPTISTCHURCHSTARKE Schedule of Services: player, 2nd. 4th and 5th Sun- was in Crosby Lake those of District 3 have ovcrwhc'JmeJme
Bible 10
Sunday Study a.m.
p.m. days at 10 a.m.
Cemetery with a kindness which I shall not forget.
..' Wednesday Prayer and Morning Worship II ijn. Even-
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Ing Worship 7 P.m. J"",",
:' Study 7:30: p.m. ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC
.,' Melvin Hamel, Pastor Union Worship 6:30: p.m.at Evening 11. Training Wor- All other evenlng-8 p.m. CHURCH MACCLENNY T. W. CooperThomas

ship, 7:30. Wednesday Prayer ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy I fully realize that you ha\ejiot allowed me ,

Meeting, 7:30Rev.. LeonT. CHURCH, STARKE Day Mass 5:30: p.m. W. Cooper, 62, of to run, unopposedbecause I have done a perfect .,

EVERGREEN BAPTIST Odom Jr., pastor. Father James Cregan, pastor Starke was pronounced deadon job, without mistakes
CHURCH Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH arrlvalat Bradford County -
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass Sunday Service Sunday School Hospital Sunday afternoon ;
?. Ing Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng 7 p.m. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship following a sudden lllnees.Born -
night Service at 6:30.: Worship 11 am.; Evening Confessions Saturday 6 10:45: a.m. Evening/ Service,7:15: In Clay County on August 23, I also realize that I have not solved all your

Wednesday night prayer Worship, 7 p.m. %Wednesday p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun- 1909 he was retired from the problems, nor have I made allof\ ; f'you happy. I
meeting at 7:30. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, P.m.School of Pelglon: day, 6:30: p.m. construction business: a vet- "
Cecil E. Crawford, Sr. Pas- 7p.m. Young Peoples Meet- Grade School Sunday 11 -J.C.. Brown, minister eran of World War Q, and a would rather think that you have assured me of
tor. ing every Monday, 7 p.m. a.m. to 12 noon. member of Grace Baptist a second term on your Board (oi County Commis- 4

STARKE CHURCH G.F. Prevatt pastor. Everyone High School -- Sunday 7 FIRST ASSEMBLY ''OF GOD Church. sioners, because I have made an\ honest effort.
welcome. P.m. Raiford Road & Weldon St. Surviving is a daughter Mrs.

Bible OF CHRIST 10 Wor- Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Gall C. Wiggins of Jacksonville, I have tried to be fair and impartial, with the whole conniv'inlerexis t :ai
School. a.m. and three grandchildren.
ship Services, II a.m. and CHURCH CHURCH OF GOD 7 P.m. Thursday night 7:30 Funeral services were held heart. 8.
6 p.m. Midweek Service, Wed- Sunday School 9:45: a.m. OF PROPHECY: BROOKER -Charles Thomas pastor at 2 p.m.'Tuesday in the De-
nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Witt C. Jones Chapel with Rev.
Class, Thursday 11 a.m.Church Worship 11 a.m. Young People's Leon T. Odom officiating. Interment -
Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. I kindness ajjhallcnge to work hard 1 in \the next
located one block west on SR accept your as ;
Thursday Service, 6 p.m. Evange- NORTHSIDE BAPTIST was in Prevatt Cem-
night Prayer Meeting
16. 7:30 p.m. listic Service 7 p.m. Wednesday CHURCH etery --- with the help of Almighty; God, this is mv' pledge!
-J.P.H. Bell!, minister Prayer Meeting, 7:30:
David Hodges, Pastor Intersection of Highways 16
Come and worship with us. (North) and 225. Rev. Wayne May God Bless You And Thanks Again!
PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL -Rev. Hobby Harris, pastor
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST Wells, pastor. NOW IN STOCKConstruction
METHODIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School, 9:45; Morning Paper. All colors in the rain-
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng ing Worship 11 a.m. Pre ber- SMYRNA MISSIONARY Service at 11. Evening Service bow. Bradford County Telegraph Ralph Bryan
Worship II a.m. Youth Ser- verces (Booster Band, Young BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30.: Wednesday Service, 7:30: Pol. Pd. Ad.)

vice 6 P.m. Evening Worship. People, and Prayer Service), 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services P.m. -.
7:30: p.m. Rev. L.L. GrUds 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 P.m. : Sunday School, 10 a.m. 1lEEEI
Hard, pastor. Midweek Service, Wednesday Preaching, 11 a.m.Training UnIon CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland. 5:45 p.m. Evening Worship Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -

Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Pastor. 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. Worship II. Training Union EyeryDayLowPrice
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth -Wlbur Dyess Pastor 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.

Fellowship 6 Choir Practice Pastor '

Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- Highway 100 at Theressa) :::::::::.:::::;:::::::::::::::.:::: <<,:.:.:- ::-::::: ::::::::::::: REGULAR GRIND, A r.
CHURCH LATTER OF JESUS DAY CHRISTOF SAINTS ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Sunday School 10 a.m. Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK
p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. OBITUARIES
1404 E. Bessent
-Rev. Lacy Conway: pastor training Union 6:30 p.m. .
Family Home Evening-Mon- Evening Worship 7:15: p.m. -:: :::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,;:::::::::=: STEAKS COFFEE SUPERMARKET;

day.Primary- Tuesday. 4:30: p.m. MORGAN ROAD Wednesday Night PrayerServices Mildred DoyleMrs. STARKE'S
7:30: ) p.m. Rev. Merle
WednesdayRelief Society. 32O S. WALNUT ST.
Packham pnstor.

7:30.: M.I.A. 7:30 Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng Mildred V. Doyle, 66,of
Thursday- -
SundayPrlesthood,8:30a.m.. Worship at 11. Training BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Sbtrke. died Saturday Aug. 5, $129 LB ..N.I.I -
: 59. .
Sunday School 10 Wor- Alachua General Hospital M' .
a.m. In :.: : : :
6:30 Evening Service. "
10:30 Eve- Union
Sunday School. : ;
: a.m.
Service .... ... ... ...
ship 11 Church brief Illness.
ning Meeting 6 p.m.Sacrement. 7:30.: ,,*..t ? .? a.m. ,after a L ..VLI ". BAG
Training, 6:30: p.m. Evening She born In Law toy on 1
Jesse D. Branson, Branch ,,....WcdI..41YPrayer( and was rmso''
,President. Bible $tucty,A1:30'p.m.: i.1 i 1 Worship 7:30.WednesdayPrayer: June 25, 1906," the daughter of I .,FOOD SYAMPCOUPONS I!
--Rev. Bob Cooper, pastor Meeting the late William Thomas and I
HEILBKONN BAPTIST 7:30: p.m. Fay Prescott Gill. She was a
CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. Rev. J.D. Robinson member of the First Baptist OHELESS' U.S. NO. 1 FANCYROUND
Church, the Brownlee
Sunday School
: a.m. 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Circle, Starke Garden Club,and
Morning Worship 11. Training
School 10 Morn- YELLOW
Sunday a.m. the Business & ProfessionalWoman's
Union 6:30 Ser-
: p.m. Evening BKOOKER, FLA.
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Club. For many .
vice, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun
Evening. 7 p.m. Youth Night she had assisted herhus- RQ
Service-Rev.,L.7:30: Tommy Howe pas Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer day School 10 a.m.Ron Bristol band years in the operation of their STEAK 1 ... 1 aCORN
Superintendent. Training Union
Meeting Friday 7:30: p.m. dry cleaning business In Starke. 1 1
tor. -Rev. Y. W. Kldd, pastor 6:45: Lowell Douglas, DI- Surviving are her husband,
rector. Worship Services II a. J.D. Doyle one brother, Prescott 1 "' 1
JORDAN MISSIONARY GRACE BAPTIST CIIURCII m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Ser Gill,;of Starke; two sis- IIt ; lrwm $119 a rnnur mn.,68c 10 69"1"w"lm />
BAPTIST MISSION vice 7:30. Lavern Outlaw
: music -
HIGHWAY S-100A ters, Mrs. Clarice G. Robl-,Atlanta i l-trfD '
tee U.S.Frees 301 North Drive, In behind, Sunday Tas- Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning director. Ga.; and Mrs.Fay Q Pra- EARS \w
Union ther of Jennings, La. 5
Worship ;;Training
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser-
7: Evening Worship, 8. Wed- Funeral services wereheldat
vice II a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer -
in the De-
2:30 Wednesday
nesday Prayer Meeting 7:30. : p.m.
Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- FREE WILLBAPTISTCIIURCH
Rev. Leon T. Odom, Jr., pastor Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday; Witt C. Jones Chapel with Kev.
Norman L. Redding
day.Leroy Olive pastor E.L. School 9:30: ; Morning Worship, ing. Interment was In Santa Fe
Crlfds associate pastor. U; League 4 p.m. Night Service -
6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams Cemetery.

Worship 10m. Training Sunday School 9:30: ; Training Leona GrahamMrs.
Ing 11 Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Worship LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST
Union 7p.m. Evening Worship, 11 a.m. Evening Worship CHURCH Leona Graham, 57, of
8 p.m. Wednesday Night service 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Melrose died Thursday, Aug. GARDEN SWEET
7:30 p.m. Everyone wel- Wednesday. -Rev.S.C.Cuthbert Worship 11 a.m. Evening 3, In the Bradford County Hospital PEAS 17oi CAN ; BORDENS CREMORACOFFEE Beauty SkimEVAPORATED
come. Pastor Worship 7:30 Wednesday at Starke after a brief ill-
Jim Countryman, pastor Interim Pastor Everyone welcome.p.m. ness. She was born In Calhoun GOLDEN CREAMSTYLE16.5oz CORN ;

Rev. Robert Halsten pastor County, Fla. on Nov. 13, 1914 CAN 1

.......................................... and had lived in Melrose for OR WHOLE KERNEL.17oz CAN
CHURCH OF GOD several years.Surviving M I L K
LAWTEY, FLA. U .her ha hushand BEANSREEN I
: Schedule of services: Sunday Charles Graham of Melrose;
.. ..School 10 a.m. Morning Worship three sons, Lamar Barrett of LIBBY'S i ij
at 11. Evangelistic Service Texas; Emory L. and Glenn c: (
: BILL .: 6 p.m. YPE and Prayer Barrett both of Miami'; her m'WJ S'/60ZCANI j 220 fUrfar 7'9' TALL (irm DHl 10
Mrs. S.R. Capps /ulrfrirr/ /flea"f/cit/
]Meeting each Wednesday 7:30: stepmother ,ulr 111m/ JAR 1 CAN
of Sale City, Ga. two brothers,
; p.m. -- Rev. Daisy Kight pas- ;
_ _
i ILOCKHARTSTATE :or. Broward Capps of Starke, and ,
Carlos Capps of Lamont; one
sister, Mrs. Ada C. Mills. _,.,. BonusBuy .
of Perry; and six grandchild California
Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday
I g School 11 a.m. Morning Wor- ren.Funeral services were held

REPRESENTATIVES ship 6 p.m. Training Union at 2, p.m. Saturday In the De-
7 Evening Worship. GRAPES
p.m. witt C. Jones Chapel at Keystone -
Z Wednesday -7:30: Prayer Ser Heights with Rev. Gene

: vices. officiating. Interment
-Rev. Bob Cooper, pastor Warren
: HILL LOCKHART WORKED: : was In Melrose Cemetery.

:. One year as a research assistant to then -- BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH rrfhrfar i i"U,,
Secretary of State Tom Adams. : Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Edith F. McCoyMrs. U.S. NO. 1 i LIBBY'Si IANIfgU 1 I'm KING SIZE
t Worship II a.m. Evening
: Two years as a member of the Capitol StaffS 1 Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer Edith Farmer McCoy, WHITE i
S of Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner. : I Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. 53, of Starke died Wednesday. i DRINKS I BREAD
'- J.C. Saunders, pastor in Rocky
: Aug. 2, in a hospital
Two Legislative Assistant to j
: years as had POTATOES
Mount, N.C.. where she IN THE BAG.
Bob Saunders i: been visiting relatives since ,

: LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL June 5. She was born In Buchanan .
: HILL LOCKHART WON: iS HOLINESS CHURCH County, Virginia on May 9. '10 'lb.. Loose JT Q A I 999"IT'S
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; 1919. She and her husband the 6oz (
The State Presidency of 4-H Clubs in 1962. : I Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth late Jesse J. McCoy had lived
iervlce! : 6 p.m. Evening Worship -, In Starke since August of 1971, SCANS :
4-H Club Leadership Award in ,
The National eS ; 7 p.m.Tuesday where she was a member of
1963 (This is the highest award a 4-H ClubS Prayer Meeting 7:30 the Holiness Church. .- -- -

member. can receive) : I Surviving are three daughters -

S The State Junior College Debate Championship .. p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey, pastor ,'Mrs. Anna Lee McCoy, of tamD': PantryPrfcf*
: Starke Mr. Lois Snelferove,ofWhltakers WALDORF ANGEL FOOD
in 1963 with a total Debate record of : M.C.; and Miss. TOILET NOHTHIMN I CORNFLAKES
43 wins one loss. : HAMPTON CHRISTIAN Mary Sue McCoy, Battleboro I TISSUE I BAR CAKE
= CHURCH N.C. three sons, Paul D. WMI1I (Dp.. 0t
Six State 4-H Awards including Live Z ; Jacksonville Jesse J. 13 PKO9. O* A 4 MOLL': HKOWHITK I rou
Public Citizenship Moro-ng Church. ; A. ASST
stock' Judging .
: I .
Jr. Russell Springs
Achievement and f..1l Conservation. : Shaw *>AMTW also.0 ,tTOMI* TMMW
pastor. Whlt
,for Mp7.-James Ky.; Michael A. McCoy I I uo i e ion CIMIT, couow I
: akers, N.C.; one stepdaughter, ..Ewrwww.r !
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Mor- Mich. two stepsons Kelly; McCoy -
: ; BonmBuv
Junior Conservationist of the Year in 1960 : I ilng Worship II a.m. Evening Rlchlands, Va., and BertMcc5oy I RORW&rypus6uT BomnSuy trtryWytawhice 'Inryo.yLPrkc. IwcryD.yLPrke. FLO-CANE
; by the Florida Wildlife Federation. ,Worship 7:30: p.m. Midweek Bl- N. Canton, Ohio; three DIXIE KELLOGG" CRISCO or MAXWELL" '"OSIYI P.'A.' GRANULATED
: 1 ble Study. Wednesday 7:30 p. brothers, Albert Farmer CRYSTAL CORN WESSONOIL HOUSE FRENCH POTATO
Be la church Sunday. mer, all of Grundy. Va.; and U sis
38c 4Sc
._ (Pd. Pol. Adv.! ) SNC Lester Austin pastor grandchildren. SLa IAO SSe ,... 36,. 4S" .ITL. 964 _.1 .43 0"5$1"N: SAO
... ...................e.............. Funeral services were held

August JU, i hi" 1 lecra..a i age ti

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KeysfoeHfesMcKinney./ /// or Pbah.473.4907 473-4848. ,,;.:;.

1 w
'0 In a unanimous decision, tile square feet and 80-tbotfront- y
0" Clay County Zoning Board approved age on the lake. ((The Chang
LAMES GOLF ASSN. .the resonlng of lau la coning Is effective: Im
Winners of Ladles bay Geneva waterfront property mediately.The ,
Thursday August 3.at the Keystone from Agricultural to RA,which board' decision: was
Golf and Country Club U the highest classification at made last Thursday night In aIclc8d
were VondJ Ketch. with a low residential toning. raojdrlng hearing room of the Ctay
net of 71 tor 18 110.....Lou TUnmlns lots with a minimum of 20.000 County courthouse' annex In
eoenina.. second with*77.Sendee .,, Green Cove Spring Motion
Worley placed aura to grant the rezoning was made
with a n and Mildred Suttoo Four JammerJtayCounfy by board member Roy Watkins
fourth with an 80. Then wasa ; and seconded by James Whar-
three-way tie for putt between ton. both of Keystone Heights.
Vlrglna Corey Lucille 4. H Member
Starnm and Zee Tolles.all with In his opening remarks,
44. Congratulations go to Zee Clay County; 4-H'er, with.the Myron Prevatt, Jr., representing
on winning the "Chlp-ln-Pof. supervision of Ann Prevatt, the group seeking rezoning',
have had a busy summer. Their said that the main purpose was
VOLUNTEER FIRE EEPT. most recent activity was the annual to cut down the density of population -
The August business m.... picnic at Gold Head Branch around the lake. "The
ing was called to order August State Park, when more than SO crisis Is the impending pollution -
Frank Walrath, president. young people enjoyed a day of and destruction of Lake
V 1. R.N. Sunderland reported swimming hiking, games and Geneva" he said, pointing out I
thatl.323 donations have been roasting hot dogs. that the comprehensive plan ,
received on the Fund Drive over While there, Banger Marilyn for land use In Clay County r :._ ____
recommends a population of not -
and above last year's 1,156 at Mullls, gave them a shott -
thlsttm history of the ravine and how It more than five people per acre
Chief Huntley Redfearn. Jr. was formed. In the lake region around Key-
reported six Ores and Tommy Highlight of the summer was stone Heights. Dr. Hugh Putnam UF .nvlrom.ntall.t, argues for
'])er. first aid cmcer.; reported 4-H Camp, held this year at resorting Lake Geneva at hearing before Clay County
29 ambulance calls, Including Doe Lake In the Ocala National "We are trying to preservethe Zoning Board.
at the. beach during Forest where the members lake not Just for property;
11 If ffF1:1'f,' 4 tt t t.. the Rotary Swim Program. enjoyed swimming and crafts owners but for all who now
small as 7,500 square
its board to study the lake region
Leonard Jones announced an such making sand candles enjoy! recreation facilities Prevatt called on Dr. Hugh
as and would also allow the use of
zoning problem hadnotmetandmade
Prevatt said. He
pointed Putnam, and emlromental
to macreme'
ambulance training program with a : sling.
out that the lakes In the specialist with the Universityof Its report. He said that mobile homes which are pro-
be held In Mlddleburg at 8 p.m., Eight of the county's older hibited under RA.
area contribute approximately Florida who said that Lake Tracy W. Baker a member of
1 August 18. This Is for training youth attended the State Congress -
with new equipment which will In Gainesville, July 24- $2 million annually to the local Geneva Is one of the highest the Zoning Board and also a The board's unanimous decIsion -
be placed In the Key stone ambu- 28, and participated In theState4H economy and form a natural quality takes In the state at member of the Committee to rezone was a decisive
lance. Council to culminate the reservoir for the water supplyof the present time and shouldbe could not be present at the victory for the Lake Geneva
Fireman's Ball August 26,at year's activities. The club was the area.Prevatt protected from possiblepol- hearing due to the serious illness Zoning Committee which had
.- Chiappini the Lions Club with music by the also represented at the National lution. of his wife. organized at a meeting in Key-
.. .. ..... said that Geneva and
.L. Four of Clubs.COMMUNITY. Citizenship Short C-xase in stone Heights on June IS, with
Frank Scruby, Orange Park
Heidi Lee Chlapptnl and Lowell pr honor; Mrs. II. uaviainiapplnl Washington, D.C., and Mrs. other lakes are in danger of attorney representing the Bill Baker also an opponentof Dr. P.K. Arsons as chairman.
Alemnder McKlnney Jr. and Mrs. Micheal E.Clark CHURCH Prevatt, Clay County Extension becoming over-fertilized. Thecost of the proposed rezoning opponents -- RA zoning for the area sug- Ten of the 13 Zoning Board
were married on July 28 In the .T;:fprldesmalds. :\: J": Vacation Bible School Is underway Home Economics 4-H Agent of preventing this now gested that RC zoning would members were present at last
asked for ofa
Melrose United Methodist .';.:jo<:, The bridegroom son of Mr. and will run for five con- coordinated the statedelegatton would be small but might cost final decision postponement In the matter meet the needs of the area, if Thursday's hearing and all ten
Church. Officiating was the :; .and Mrs. Leonard M. Sears of sucutlve weeks, meeting every of 34 youths.More millions of dollars later unless because he said that any change was necessary. This cast votes in favor'of the RA
committee -
Rev. Tom Geyher. .:: :&artlesvllle Okla.. wasattend- Tuesday from 9:30: a.m. till Information on the 4-H the population density Is kept would permit the use of lots rezoning. '
appointed zoning
The bride, daughter of Mr. t-\\:;fced by his father as best man. I p.m. There Is still time Clubs and their activities may under control he declared. by

and Mrs. Francis Chiappini.. .;:..o..Ushers were Hal David Chlap-, to Join. Classes run from Kindergarten be obtained from Mrs. Ann - .-., ....... ..
wore a gown of Venetian lace v; plnl and Michael E. Clark. through Junior High Prevatt, Box 378, Green Cove Florida Trail - - -
with long sleeves andanemplre -. .- Following a reception at the The Bazaar Worshops have Springs, Fla.
waist line, with a full cathedral Melrose Woman's Club the- begun and the ladles are busy Topic A t Rotary LAKE GENEVA MOBILE HOMES
train. ; couple left for a wedding trip making stuffed animals patchwork ,
Attending the bride was Mrs. '; ..on the East Coast, and will re- shirts and any number of Senice.lIeldFor
P. DeSalvo Oesterllng matron 'klde In Melrose on their return. things. Everyone Is welcome to Their Fantastic
...-'.."" join the fun. The workshop Is Mr. Lawrence Al Stone, a director and district Announces f
leader of the Florida Trail
held every Wednesday at the
I education building from 10 till Keystone PioneerMrs. Association: was guest speakerat
II 2. Bring a sandwich. Tea and the Keystone Rotary Club AUGUST PO fl:
I Keystone g::;%: coffee: will be served by the different t last Friday. ilJtJ'L!
I circles
rence, 94, of Keystone Heights Mr. Stone showed color slidesof .
State Banff|;|r: LEBIANC-MCMURTRY died August 1 In the Bradford Interesting scenes along the '
County Hospital after a brief trail which will provide a 700-
Mrs. Louis LeBlanc
Mr. and
.:* illness. Born In ConneauMlIe.Pa. mile footpath running the entire BeautifulI&HUIBI.EWIO1ES
Great On 4
': :
I MEMBER F.O.I.C. : .|: of Green Cove Springs announce: on May 16, 1878 she and length of Florida when com- Buys '
the engagement! of their daughter 1 "
At the present time r'
pleted. "
her husband, the late C. Ray
the for Your Rita Marla, to Kyle Edward about 200 miles of the trail
Pave Way McMurtry Jr.. son of Mr. and Lawrence, had lived in Keystone ;lit! ;
have been markedandare ready .
Heights since 1922. They
I Mrs. Kyle McMurtry of Keystone I
for hikers. Part of the trail
"Special Sgmething"r were among the first settlers .
Heights. Theweddingdate
>.-: will be announced later. of the did community most of,and the surveyingIn Mr.Lawrence State extends Park from to Gold George's Head Branch Lake. Plus Many Selections In New & Used

laying out the town.Mi..lewrencewa.amember. Mobile Homes At Low Clearance Prices.
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Memberships In the Trail Association -
Winners forAUIIU.tl duplicate of the Christian Missionary : are available at a nominal -
9 I ridge eret<',>Plr.t,rMrs." Gay liance Church. fee. Mr. Stone said. '
.".'."..'..uvinr OllooMra."&y.SalrlneehW.GGrolickt Surviving are three sons .LAKE 'GENEVA MOBILE'! HOMES J J
H.T. Miss lye Harold'' Lawrence and Donald WRy Eggs ToughenHigh
; Lawrence both of Keystone il
Hlllver. Mrs. R.P. Vogh; Heights and Howard Lawrence
temperatures and
Fourth Mrs. Bill Barlett,Mrs.
of brothers
F.G. Melrlck.: Winfield Elkton. Walrath.Fla.; two Bradford., overcooking toughen eggs

i Bridge Is played every Tuesday Pa0 and Paul .W lrath., Rochester .. .:< \L
.. ...
iI at the Melrose Woman's sister Ilole. es. -, = 0I = -- L4ii
I ij Club. Everyone welcome. Pa.; one

j Just sandwich.bring a partner and a Pa.j Mrs.; twopandchlldren.MUI'i heard, Bessemer.and four t r t ttl

r t'" PERSONALS Funeral services were held
I Mr.and Mrs. Russ Kahoeand at 2 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 3, 0 tl 0I t

: ? Car? Deposit daughter and Mr.and Mr..K.F. In the DeWitt C. Jones Chapelat .......
A Trip Wedding Heights with Rev.,
Burch, have..turned from
money, regularly, in a savings several weeks vacation. They Merle Packham followed officiating.in Riverside Interment I I II

account it's the to make that drove west as far as Yellow Memorial Park, Jacksonville. BILL' :
way .; l' stone National park where they :
: dream come true''Interest rates?+fj ,a. enjoyed camping out. I io
Mr. and Mr. Everett Fox I
: Highest allowed by law. and Mr. and Mrs. R.N. Sun- In the U.S. Marine Corptandleft
I derland enjoyed a weekend of for boot camp at Paris Island -
A full-Sorvleo Bank business and pleasure atMlaml S.C.where he will train for'I o
I Beach where they attended a eleven weeks. I'm sure he would ilI
Credit Union Convention.Lt. be very happy to hear from all
KEYSTONE STATE BANK Col. and Mrs.Alfred Watson Ms friends and classmates in
their two sons, Tom and Keystone. For his address con- I I It I
Member F.DJ.C. ?::;)|ICe y> iOM D"cb;' FU Bob and Miss Melinda Evans tact Miss Clnney Freeman, Rt.
enjoyed a Sunday at the homeof 1, Box 81, Melrose.
-Your Friendly Baiiijrla= Your FrlraalyComwftnlty. Mr. and Mrs. Al Watson Miss PatCuendetwas honored I I o oI
r" f 11 Lake Geneva. with a miscellaneous showeron
Mike Fasswater has enlisted July 18 at the home of Mrs.

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were Sylvia Dodd, Mary Lou

r RAY ElECTRR: SERVICE Redding Mr.Hall.and Grace Mrs.Searle Leonard and Jones Janice I ; !

and the Ervin Trlest family HOUSE OF
spent four days camping outand ;
fishing for scallops on the Gulf I 0 0I

; e WE DO Lfl o COMMERCIALcIv'QMJtvuKLa : Coast Herb at and Horsehoe.Charlotte Nelson of DEMOCRAT

Jacksonville spent a recent, .
AND weekend In Keystone They: I
enjoyed visiting their many

: RESIDENTIAL friends the Ray,Crabtrees.Mrs. and had .dinner with t The :;: i iI
Mary Holt formerly of I Qualified
I WIRING' Keystone Is Ill and confined to
the Infirmary at Wesley Manorin Government"I'
Jacksonville. It would cheer t II t tt

her to hear from her many friends -
: : : In Keystone so drop hera I

nstallotionsRepairs card. t Born March 12, 1938 In Alachua, Fla. M t
New I Miss Ptfttie McLean has been I
visiting relatives, Mr.and Mrs.
Harry Rudolph, in Denver,N.C. ::
cnM had a oleaiant night home '
Rewmnu. I with no hl-Jicldng experiences., ,
I Dot Farris is home following A Practicing Attorney Clay County. : :
In Jacksonville and Is
And Remodeling surgery t t tt
i reported to be doing real well.
I Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bliss
Orange Park, are the proud
parents of a son, Bryan James. t A Graduate Of The University Of Florida II t tt
: ?: ServingKEYSTONE born August 1 at 8:30: p ..m;
Bryan Is the first grandchild of As An Engineer Before Entering. Law School ';
.:.: Mrs. Dot Martin,
E : : HEIGHTS Heights and the first Keystone great, t : II t tt

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:*: t Experience As A Legislative Attorney For :" :: t tt

.: REALTOR Research In The Area Of *

I .tUytton Htl. -473-4816 t Pallutlon Control, And Educational Funding. t

I PHONE 473-3681 HOMES RENTALSMr. ACREAGES t U.S. .Marine Corps V...,... II t tt

I, -.' "Put Your Voice Back In
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BW! 1i : Funeral Services Hot, Dry Weather Can Bring This pleasure trip will do you good!

Ii.ystone H///fes// By Linda Wharton For C. H. Geddia Webworms, Chinch Bugs To LawnHot -

I / or Phone 473464S.fmndchUd 473-4907. n : .
Clifford H. Geddlsh, 74. of dry weather frequently white band across the back. 'O"1A.
Fark-of-the-Fklins. Keystone brings two undesirable visitors Adult bugs are about !1/3 Inch 1-
(From Preceding Page) Heights, died Saturday, Aug.5, to Florida lawns sod webworms long and black with white wings.
of Mr. and Mr.. SamsuU where they visited In a Gainesville nursing home and chinch bugs. .GI
uolpb Turner of Putman Ball other relatives and then the De- after a long Illness. A retired There are two ways to find !d : \.l .
Congratulation\ Gary and their motocycles wer.Jeff Mil Witts drove to Orlando where .appliance store owner, he .had Either Insect In large numbers the bugs. When they are >present \
In sufficient numbers to
.Cathyl ler and Bryan Stanley. They ruin large sectionof
they spent some time lyilh Ter- lived In Keystone for the past can a tI:"
Mr'.. Flo Becker Is enjoying reported a wonderful tripand four years. He was a memberof lawn In a very short period cause yellowing and crowning RESORT
a visit from her son and Ms are glad they are all' home Senior pictures will be taken the church at Fark-of-the-" l of time, especially when the they can be found by parting .....
fcmlly Mr. and MM. Ken lately" August, from 9a.m.to4 pan. :Palms. grass Is under stress from the grass at the margin of the i j .'
Tatsulell. and children of Belmont Mrs Don Pangborn arrived at the Keystone School. If anyone lack of moisture, according to injured areas and closely examine FALL IS BEST OF ALL IN THE SMOKIESI Enjoy::: the ;pence
N.J.Another. home July 2 following surgery has any questions or wants Funeral service. wereheldat Shannon Smith, home grounds the thatch and base of and quiet of the I1II'unti'lnn riot of, color in autumn .
boat trip was en- and is reported doing very well. more information, call Miss 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 6 specialist, University; of Florida the grass. The bugs may be :crisp cool Jays rcfrCwOig, restful nights.: wonderful
Joyed Sunday a week ago by Bill She expressed her appreciation Fattt McGlave. 734278. DeWltt C. Jones Chapel atK.yy-e Institute of Food and Agricultural seen crawling over the grass :food. Come buck fcelHlj :fresh as I a bree/e. If you like
Leonard, Mary Fibbs of Jack- for all the cards and letters she MIll Kathy Wharton Ifcttle stone Heights with Robert Wil- Sciences.! and In heavy Infestations activity .there's square': dancing:; !,! horsclnick: ruling craft
sonvllle. Bruce and Virginia received from her friends in MIzell and Pattie McGlave left ley and Otto Speck officiating. be seen crawling over side makingiklcrncs!* puck trips, bear iiiul hoar hunt*. boating
McRae. Brad and Shirley Iar- Keystone. Saturday fora two-week sessionas Interment was In Mount Hope walk. fishing-lots mor!!':{!auni.hal\ > cottages: 1.>JglI. Kates
.on and loads of children. They Sympathy Is extended to the counselorsatCampImmoka- Cemetery, Cook County; Illi The tropical sod webworm If you can't see the' bugs lower after September! :f:?%:-ilevi: crowded'or: : >v..rrf' .,i..
launched their boats at family of E.R. Corbett Sr. who lee on Lake Brooklyn. nois. feeds on all of the Florida try the coffee can technique.Cut phone 498-2211. :>::'.;:
Hart Springs and cruised: up the passed away July 28. "Stop a ThIef" enp'aver" lawngrasses. The adults are both ends out of a large '
Suwannee to Fowler's Fish Col. and Mrs. Edward TIm- available to the citizens Key small brown moths but the damaging coffee can and sharpen one Send (for :::;::'

Camp where they enjoyeda picnic mlns enjoyed weekend guests stone at Leonard's Outboard pnal Qeenishrvcaterrpplk edge so It can be pushed 2 or FREE COLOR FOLDER:;:-C-Jjipt..:: DB Fontana Village, N.C.
lunch. Col. and Mrs. Ned Farr and Shop. If Items of value have News Notes are l, 3 Inches Into the soil at the ."
Sorry to see Capt. and Mrs their daughter, Game from been engraved with yourdriver's lars. The newly hatched web- edge of the yellowish area of
PJ. McDonald and their Clearwater. worm larvae are so small they
daugh- license number and a Fill the can with water -
ter, Amy leave us for Germany. Mr. and Mrs.H.L. Morgan and list given to Sherlff"s Dept., By Helen Egan can't bite out pieces of the grass.and maintain water in the
.Mrs. McDonald Is the daughterof their IOns, Hank and Pete, It will enhance your chances of grass leaves, but only scrape can until the bugs float to the ----------------1
Mrs. L.H. Peeler of Lake have returned after a few days It away the outer layer of cellsof Check several
recovering property surface. areas
Brooklyn. visit with Mr. and Mrs. Robert stolen. your MELROSE AARP the leaf, thus causing little around the lawn. : B & F Electrical I & Equipment, Co. I It
MI. Bonnie Thrift of St. Morgan In St. Petersburg Ann Prevatt has been very visible damage. When the
Augustine was the weekend this with her 4-H worms reach maturity damage When it is definitely established -
summer The Melrose Community
guest of the Ben Mlzells. The An election of officers for the group Most recent of her activities Chapter of AARP will meet fora ; appears to show up almost over- that chinch bugs are t Complete Wiring Repairs of ,
Mlzells also enjoyed a week'svisit Florida section of the PGA was was a 4-H picnic held at covered dish luncheon onThursday night. Leaves are notched and the problem start control measures t ; IIhlu'itrial.tnlll; rc al and Residential ,
from their nephew Junior held at the Boca Raton Hotel Gold Head State Park with over chewed to a ragged appearance. Immediately. Effective
Aug. 17, at 11:30: a jn.
Fergerson of MlamLMr. and Golf Club with our golf pro, 50 youngsters attending.Mrs. In the parish house of Melrose When the grass is severely Insecticides Include Ethlon, t NEW\\ AMI 1'iSF.I) CONTROLS ,
and Mr. Aubrey Bannis Ed Rodgers, attending. He reported Camile Stewart has been Episcopal Church. The business damaged during hot, dry wea- Trlthlon, Diazlnon, Aspen, Dur- MOTORS AND SWITCH
that Chuck ther it be killed. sban and Bajgon. Two or three I ,
ter and daughter, Stephanie, Brasslngton In Alachua Hospital for a few session will be presidedover may
have retained from a trip toAn- of the Gainesville Golf and days but has returned home applications per year are need-
by President R.S. Sim- To check the lawn for webworms 24IJjur ServicePhoneRejsionc
and f ,
of Florida
nlston, Ala. where visited Country Club was elected Treasurer ed In parts
feeling much better. Also home mons, and the program will be closely observe the :
Mr. and Mrs.Aubrey Bannister, and Joe McDonald of the from the Bradford Hospital in charge of Murray Sipprell. grass in the off-color areas. even more may be requiredIn t ,: ; 473.3755 ,
Sr. Their son, Vic, Bannister, Main-side U.S. Naval Air Station Ronald Tipping, who Is reported Leaves will be chewed like South Florida. M. (C. (Bubba) Wells, Manager

Joined them there after a was elected Secretary. doing very well. Mrs. Christine Crawford, other caterpillar damage. The I _. ..... ... __-t
month's tour of the west, Mr. and Mrs. W.D. DeWitt The Tom Feamsters have returned treasurer, will receive chapter worms rest at the soil line
going as bras Yellowstone National have returned after a weekend from a short vacation In dues of $1 I per member for the during the day and feed onlyat
Park and coming back visit with her father, BJV. West Palm Beach where they National AARP or NRTA. Anyone night so you won't see themin
through Texas, stopping at rimes, who is In the hospital. visited Mrs. Feamster's wishing to Join the National action unless you get out
points of Interest in New in Boca Raton. Their eon, Terry parents Mr. and Mrs. C.C.Swilley should see a member of the Recruitment your flashlight.
Orleans. ''Traveling with Vicon and his wife met them in Peggy's niece,returned Committee.: Donald FOOD STORE
with them for a few weeks visitIn McRae, Lake Ge'evat! ; SCALES
-----------------------. Key tone. When have proved that
Welch, Waldo; Mrs.Olive Long- you
r I Bill Bell of Lake Geneva Is necker and C.D. GuM Melrose; webworms are the problem, DOWNTOWN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
attending the Medical I Center in and Mrs. Helen V. Egan, chair- start control measures Im-
i To The Citizens Of I Gainesville, training to be a man, of Keystone Heights. mediately. Dr. Don Short, En-
Radiologist. He Is presently Membership forma will be a- tomologist with the University; Fla. Grade A" Fresh Chase & SunburnCOFFEE
I I training In the pediatrics de- vailable at the luncheon. of Florida recommends spraying
with rates of the Ib.69C
partment.Mrs. proper 1 -
: Clay I Sara McDonald is still FELLOWSHIP CLUBA Insecticides sevln or diazlnon.
i County i confined to her house and Isprogreslng new Telephone Committeehas Spraying every 3 or 4 weeks I.mill I Per S nn l l-nml l Or.lrr.

ir slowly but surely been arranged by appointment throughout the season may br t ....
I from her recent heart attack. of President Lester necessary.The R. C. Cola : : .fI\(; TSIZI.:
We hope to see her out and Sheets. The members are: A u i i
J I would like to take this I around shortly. : 1
opportunity to very Mrs. Mltta Kersey, vice president other troublesome sum
5 thank the of Miss Diane Paredes was honored ; Mrs. Lilly Roberta 2nd chinch 55 I
people Clay County for allowing I with a bridal shower at vice mer insect in the GAL. Plus Dcp. V, \
president and Mrs. Helen
2me to ; which Is the number one pe.toC
serve unopposed for the
of yours the home of Alma Rutledge on Egan. It Is
St. Augustine grass.
.Tax Assessor. August 1, with Edna Cromer as' threat to other
not a serious Budweiser Beer /
This office is office. I co-hostess. Diane received Due to the summer vacation
your promise to Florida lawngrasses.
I and smaller
1 many nice gifts and refreshments attendance, this
I continue serving the people to the very best I were enjoyed by every- committee is trying to contact 1.1 N.R.B..
|of my ability.in the most efficient and courteous -. one.Col. every member, or former Chinch bugs suck the plant CTN. G4lwr- I Prr $5 1)0) fuuil Or.lrr
and Mrs. Jim Chessing- member by September and havea from the which
manner. Juices grass
| ton entertained club reunion.
on August4 with
If I can be of service j results In Irregular yellowish
at time
| any please a paUo party; honoring their son- -to brownish patches In the lawn.
ado not hesitate to call in-law and daughter MaJ. and The cover dish luncheon is at often first
I Mrs. Jim PetersenandJlmand 12:30: in the Lions Club build- Injured areas are of lawns Sliced Bacon Ground Beef
noticed along edges
ing. Mrs Mitta
I Faye Greek. Faye Is Mrs. Kersey will
during dry
and particularly pe-
| Thank you. s Chesslngton's! sister, and the preside at the business meeting. riods.
Greeks have recently become

I. L L. /(Mickey) 'Murray >' (, .!; i *residents> of *Keystone Heights..; PERSONA Mr. i' limmature'chinch\-,I.1'"The *:: M '
Mi.s Ctan Paredes and Ro and Mrs:Lonny Stripling, bugs: SHOP & SAVE: ON SCALES EVERYDAY |.W( (PRICES
nald Larson will be Joined in former Keystoners,are visiting are only about the size ofapln-
______ Marriage at St. William's Catholic in their home town for a short head and are bright red with
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Church at 8 o'clock time. They moved to their native '.
i Saturday night Aug. 12. A reception town in Georgia about 18 ....
will follow at the Lion's months ago.
Our ever busy handwork and :
Sympathy is extended to the Bazaar worker, Mrs. Rosalie :ii
iUSIHESS DIRECTORY family of Mrs. Lillian Lawrencewho Colgin, has been disableddue
passed away Tuesday, August to an odd accident in whicha nnouncing.
1. Mrs. Lawrence was 94 door window shut so tightly -' a

years of age and was one of the on her left hand that the doctor -
FISHERMAN'S SUPI'UKS: MARDttREC(; \RDEN first settlers of Keystone She had to x-ray It and take 32
moved to Jacksonville but then stitches We're sorry, Rosalie ( ..;: .
SLIMS e HARDWAREAND moved back to Keystone about but the rugs will get made
,, 20 Interment somehow The Bazaar Is not
years ago. was
Fish -fi'- StuffLive in Riverside Memorial Ceme. until November.Mr. OF
GARDEN CENTERA tery, Jacksonville.
andHfrs. Ed Roberts of :
Bolt complete line of Hdw. Mrs. John Mansfield Is home Bedford Lake have enjoyed avisit :

Crickrs-Sh inner Worms l1'tI'n.' ti recuperating following surgery from Mrs. Roberts' sister, .' :.
\ .' .
Minnows : In Alachua General- Hospital. Mrs. Rebecca McAllister, and
TACKLE-RODS-REELS Plumbing I a( Electrical: NfiroToiie >. I her cousin, Mrs. Lillene Allen, .,'
Keystone is looking forward I both of Columbus, Ga. ".( "..
FISHING' & HUNTING fertilizersInsecticides to the grand opening of the new .J .- ..'
LICENSES AMMUNITION addition of the Homestead Re- This reporter visited Mrs.
ICE Hwy 21 N.' 230:> yds FromKeystone staurant which we understandwill Marian Barker last week. She '
Keystone Hgts. 473.4357 Liqht have a seating capacity; of had-been home for about a week BELL ELECTRIC :' 0.
Hots. 473.3663 175 people. This is something following major surgery, and is
that Keystone Heights has been still
.KI'HMTVUK-KfrTS. ( looking forward to for some slowly.At ......
TELEVISION-MR: : /( COM I) years. Congratulations are In

La fie Geneva TV Service Center order to Carolyn and La von this writing, both John Bird
Lowery. and !Mrs.\ Tracy Baker, Sr. are .
Furniture undergoing tests and treabnent "" ;: ,

(Gift .& Candle Shop Quasar Chlappinl Out of town and guests McKlnney for Wed-the in the Bahama Islands. AUGUST'. 16, 1972;;!; ;:

TV -'STERO ding held in Melrose, July 28 Rev. and !Mrs\ Frank D.Smith
CAR AND PORTABLE at the Melrose United Methodist Mlnneola!\ spent a week
KXQUSITK: : (fll'US. ,. TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAL Church were Mrs. Kuth\ visiting Mrs. Smith's parents Highway 21 Koystono Heights
' Sears. Bartlesville, Okla., Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Milton Scripture -
: Furniture For Ev.ry ANDRESIDENTIAL and Mrs. Robert D. Kline, :Mr. on Brooklyn Lake. ,.: .'
: :
Tost And / Chlappinl, Mr.and Mrs.
Michael Clark, all of At-
$.. Our Condl. AIR CONDITIONING :Mrs and Mrs. O\er- :
:display lena, and hire Walter Float Leroy '
Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva :SM.KS&' ::' SEKMCEixEVSTONE : :- from !Miami. moyer of Brooklyn Lake have COMMERCIAL :. REPAIR WORK{
:: : /IIEICIirS47U465I:: ;/ 1 :; been enjoying for the pa st two .
1 Mi. East of Keystone Hjtt.RE : Mr. and Mrs.Jim Wharton entertained weeks a vlsltfrom their son-in- :
I :Mr. and :Mrs Calvin law and daughter, Rev.and Mrs. AND ; ..
: \LESTTRRichard :
JMJBH E: flO\lE Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Gunther and children, of 24HOUR::
Butch Hustler Wednesday night Malaysia. The Gunthers are '
T. Lovorn Want to sell our :Mobile with a dinner party.; The !Mar- both mlssionalres under the RESIDENTIALCONTRACTING
/Home'!'? U you have a b \'er. stalls and Hustlers are staff Christian Missionary Alliance
Rcq. Real testate Broker :Mobile /Home. Brokers will members at Camp Immokalee. Church In :Malaysia. SERVICE
anange1.1. financing and :
insurance details for a bro- uuuu____ "'
LAKE PROPERTIt kerage fee of 10":of the selling

:RESIDENTIAL ACREAGE j price. For more Informationcall Thank You One And All... '.': .

BUSINESS APPRAISALS* MOBILE HOME BROKERSRT. I Am Ctrtatnly Happy To B. With You in ClayXounty ft Look forward! To
1 BOX 350 J
Mftting You ft Serving You In Your Electrical Niods. .-..T:
Keystone Hgts. 473-3254 MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666 Democrats, Republicans,
PHONE 475-1751

Edna Knppr 473-4111; Assoe. Independents and others. I Hare' Had 31 Years Of Experience In All Phases Of The Electrical Field ft Am

Martha Durbin, Assb. Sure I Can Handle All Of Your Hoods Largt; &.SmaH To Your Satisfaction.

473-3362 LEOHARD'SOUTBOARD The &act& that you /have ittwinid me to you

"""" oUl.:e 06( Tax CoUet.too without opposition

BEAUTY SIIOP SHOP in the pJiimaiy and je.neJtat eJLe.ct4.on about JAMES W. BELL

NeWsBeauty the i-intAt tribute my 4laj and I could

ewe Aecexve. PttaAt accept: : my 4i.nc.eAUt

thank OWNER,. .. .- :'
"For mlovelier ::: ''..,
StY.1e .
Johnson Motors E. Wayne Geltler Phono 'j. PhoneMelresd

SALES & SERVICE ICeys1cne HeIghts;

Phone .
Tax Collector
473-3602 415.2124
Between Keystoneyghts .. BOATS .r ,; ,
". -rand :
Keystone Heights Fla.
M. '.s*
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:fey Elizabeth Given Walker FOR SALEWurllzer organ. MOBILE borne and building repairs MAMA PRIEST Nursery School
4300. 1000. Strad violin $75. of all kinds. Also will opens Aug. 14th. Have open- OUR EXPANSION MAY SF.WINQ: MACHIMK.. aBPAIMS"

SCHOOL NEWSPreplanning Class each Tuesday night CLASSIFIED AD RATES Phone 473-4418 after 5. lip add awnings skirtings/ patios Ing for several more. 2tchg9 OFFER AND PARTS HOUSE CALL
; Deadline for ineertkm and additional rooms. / THE OPPORTUNITY
Prayer Meeting each ,,Thursday Monday carports HO" WO.RK
starts Augustl6 night Sunday School will conclude 5 p. m. preceding Thursday Call 964-8746 tfchg YOU ARC S'EEKINGEAGLE OUAKANTCBD
In Bradford FOR SALE519 St. Clair St.,
County for the 1972- services for the day. Regular before publication.
I 73 school term. Everyone is services on third Sunday. - 5 room furnished frame house, PAINTINGExterior, Interior WATER FRONT tffffS
hoping for a successful ;year. Dates to remember: August Minimum Charge $L73 tile bath and modern kitchen. -done carefully and well for FOR SALE Coon V,
(Covers 15 words) Cheap for cash.Phone 964-5735 .a reasonable price. Call 964- .
18, No. 1 will partlclpita. 'On Crosby J..aU.and: tJtlhspr:
DELL CHAPTER IjES ,In a Choir Anniversary at Ab- Each word over 15, 80! owner. Itp 8746. tfchg take: Canal. )Canal BO' Me FAMILY Corner II

The next regular meeting of line Baptist Church, Putnam irlde 8 feet deep) Located on
Dell Chapter 168, OES will be lieu 8 p.nu Rev. R.S. Walker AU Classified Ads must be FOR SALE- 1972 Chevy Pick- WE NOW HAVE diamond needles State Road 100, 1 miles West DISCOUNTSTORES ...QnlJyw.eCOLLECTOR'S
held Thursday Aug. 17. at 8 pastor. Choir No. I will participate paid ,for in advance unless up Truck; red and white Cheyenne for any make or model of Starke Fla. Ideal for vacation \
p.m. All members are askedto have established account v7,000 miles Call ITEMS
In anannlversaryat with stereo player.--Dfthmer's Discount cottage'nwtatl* assns or.ttonn
be present and on time. do, Aug. 20, 3 pan. The Telegraph, in that 964-8647 after 5. 2q810 House tl/c'a! Investment. BRIC- BRAC
event SOd extra charge for Prices start $1.29&.00.. t201L \\Vt Mi. N. of Keystone
CHURCH NEWS Greater Allen Chapel AME billing. Not responsible for INTERVIEWERWanted for and $".00 month Sea. 1A HAS OPENINGS FOR:

New Bethel Baptist Church, Church Rev. C.E. Jenkins pas- errors when given over the work this fall. Give phone number FOR SALE-- Couple or small wafts ((8 1/2 % simple.....*. State Rd. 100
Rev. Leroy Ifevls pastor. Prayer tor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. phone or when copy is not Must have private line. family. Four Room Frame a stX MANAGER Bill Jo Brunofiky, Owners
Meeting each Tuesday! 7:30: Morning Service at 11, with the typed and brought to the office. Not a selling Job. Air mall dwelling city utilities paves Call M4-77Q1 8 Nip to. 1 Phone 473-448)

p.m. Bible Class each Wednesday Youth in charge. Evening Service letter including education,work street, close In. Cheap for pm..k4aJ. .

night, 7:30.: Choir No. 2 5:30.: ". - experience and name ol references cash A.J. Thomas Realtor TRAINEESRetail -

Rehearsal 7:30: p.m. Thursday.A The State Trl-Conventton Is to: American Research Phone9645701.. --
business meeting will beheld being held in Jacksonville DISPLAY Bureau, Field Operations 4320 Experience Help- CHAMP'
Saturday at 8 p.m. Each president through Friday of this week at Ammendale Road Beltsvllle LONG, .:.
and chairman is asked to Edward Waters College. Delegates $1.75 per Inch Maryland 20705. SIp 8/17 Auto ful but not required.
2 Inch minimum and
have a written report. Sunday from all parts of the $3.50 Home Building: I
services will start with Sun- state are attending., ----- CARL BEGGS Repair 'Good Earnings Potential. Materials'

day School at 10 a.m. Morning "Compl.t.'Grouplnsuranc.. I
Worship at 11. HYPO 5 p.m. SUNLIGHT PBCS NO. 290 Memorials Resolution. Proclamatlons Business Opportunity Zoned Gulf Senrfco WE BUILD: -
Evening Service, 7:30. The president Is asking all Card of Thanks! 0-Brownlee St. Frame House, U members to please be present 4.00 Minimum up to 50 I Profit Sharing Plan. Your Plan Or Oure
Bethlehem Freewill 5 br. 1 bath living room, din. "
Greater THE Your Lot Or Ours.
before the third words Each word over 50- SELECTION OF
Baptist Church Rev. Jasper Thursday night room, kit.Front and back porch JOHNS Opportunity For Rapid Advancement
Williams pastor Choir Sand Sunday. Aug.business.17, at'fad: ", p.m. Block Apt. Bldg. with 2 separ- USED CARSIn FREE ESTIMATES

Ushers Board No. 2 meet each Important ate apts. 150'xlSO' lot. Price R.mnd.lin" Repair., I

Monday night. Tuesday night dent--Mrs.Miss Corene Carolyn Butler.-presl-Thomas secretary SUPER Stuff sure nut! That'sBlue $18,000.00 this whole oral Eaves APPLY Additions

Senior Choir meeting. Wednesday ; Lustre for cleaning car- 24 Hr. Wrecker Sold
Mrs. Hattie M., Log- Service) Homes Bought/ *
night, Prayer Meeting. ; pets. Rent electric shampooer Shell EAGLE FAMILY
gins, reporter. BILL POWELL BROKER 'Traded
Tuesday night Story Hour at the $1. Devrlck. Inc., Builders USED PARTS

church; also Ladles Circle Hardware & Supplies Starke, 964-646 & DISCOUNT STORE ACREAGE' FOR SALE
JO 1
Hwy. M Waldo
meeting. Friday night Prayer .DLT PooDS. Fla. Phone 9646163. It 964-6353;
Band meeting; also ladles will WHAT'VE Or 468-1998 Garage 312 W. Madison St.

be selling pies from the kitchen. YOUW./,. FOR 'SALE71 Yamaha 350 Hwy. 301($.. StarkeINSURANCE
The I Can Circle will be GOT TOwset J'4' : ,rliLvilfibit t I like new. Call 964-8239 after WAYNE DOUGLAS\ ( 435 E. Madison St. Starke, Fla. -
selling from the kitchen on noon. Itp Next Door To
Saturday. Sunday Is Youth t *y. I ASSOCIATE it- ./20

Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Din : I.JI FOR SALE- bedroom 2 bath Lew's City.Power Plant
ner will be served at 12:30.: !.;{':": t-1 brick veneer home. Large lot 964-6593
League at 4 pjn. The Home Just outside city limits. Good Welding AT REDUCED RATES
Mission ladles will have charge JI r" terms.Buford Mitchell. 964- Shop SHADY COMFORTABLE ANDATTRACT '

of 6 p.m. service. '. 6853. tfchg Whllperinfl Pine Motel .::;l rooms two tile baths living ((j) DOYLE E. CONNER
Ebenezer Baptist Church @ ....-, FOR SLE2 Shepherd puppies Tho Glass ShopGlaze' US 301 S. Phone dining, kitchen, Florida Room INSURANCE AGENCY

Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Bible .._' 001,; 10 weeks old, $10.00 each. 964.8252 Lots of shade and fruit trees. ,
Call 468-1147 after 6 p. m. Ynw should see this one. A.J. FIAT] tehg.
or before 8 a.m. itchg UTILITY TRAILERS Thomas, realtor Tel. 964-

For ___ CUSTOM BUILT 5701.) Uchg.ler. SALES PARTS NORTH 301 Near Underwood
FOR Dodge Dart
4 dr. slant 8, 3 speed. Radio All CARS and TRUCES GAS AND ELECTRIC SERVICE Motel 15 acres, 600 feet on
Highway. Will sell all
heater. Good shape.-MartyMengl InstalledVhlIeUWalt WELDING I BRAZING or pert
USED IMPORT CARS .'Ierm.. A.J. Tomas,Realtor'
: 468-1056. Itp' Custom Vinyl.Auto Tops SHEET METAL BrowsVolkswagen Tel. 964-5701. ,

BARGAIN LOT146 x 114, 2 1017 N. Main Chine

blocks of school on paved PeachSt. INSTALLED IMPORTS, INC. FOR SALE3 bedroom house,
$2,000 cash. You must act 100 x 100 lot in Lincoln City
AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES fast to get this corner lot. 509 E. UnlvertityGolnosvillo. Needs work.CaJI964-5010.John

J. H. McEachem Reg. Bro- i\ Hole I ia Your. Roof $ VE $ l 372-4373 Bradley. 2tchg 8/10
ker. Phone 473-4106. 2tchg8/17 ...-.- ..
Johnson& Faris Inc. r' ':J Or" A''' HOME, small
acreage must
New a Vas
rAIMI.I.AC OI.I>KMOBILR BERMUDA HAY for sale( $30 ,, FLED DAVIS be cleared wanted by indivi-
lain S'nlce
SALES A SERVICE SEEDS PLANTS ton in field $35 at barn. Call WIiOLENEW dual. Send photo if possible.

Kino. Selection.. of Used Can J. R. Raulerson. 473-4456 Rt. BUICK PONTIAC 1 ML North ef Tin MallGAINESVILLE Write G. Roller 1300 N. 64th
ectirWe* Pet Snovlle 3 Box 197 Starke. Fla. lip .
Taken; On Cndlllac, Trades CMC,TRUCKS"A Wpy8/1I1lYwood' 33024.

2111)1). N.W Utli Ph. 378-5301 'FERTIGI-a.I .,,, FPR SA LEW Used Mobile home, J, ROOF; LITTLE RIDE CAN SAVE :

We goreadcaM. financing. 473-4320. tfchg LAKE GENEVA
Rent Fntulscr. easy ,J & J Roofing: Co. VOU A LOT"UGREEN .. ... ," 50 acre near Starke. 40 acres I IIn
Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA Z24 N.W. Bin Ph. 37S-M7S i MOBILE HOME
FOR S\LE- 1968 Dodge pick- .1 COVE SPRINGS Decks repairedand ) good timber 10 acres cleared
up. Perfect condition, new tag, Phone 964-6088 air 4734735. 8 cleaned at Dahmors Discount SALES with nice 3 bedroom home.
:GLASS Just inspected. Call 964-5583 Hiway 301 mouth tfchg
: fast service. 12' AND 24' WIDliS BR
for details. Also pair Walker frame completely re-
4 wheel drive and e rSain. SEWINGMACHINE
Parti. Service. pups 3 months old. lip PHONE 473-4320 modeled very _nice, Lawte)'.

FOR SALE1971 Suzuki 350 ON ROUTE'100
INTERESTED IN BUYLNU OR 2 Bedroom 1 bath, in City
1700 N Main' 37612MHeauty Motorcycle. Original price Keyncone. Height Fla.
Glass Company $850. Will sell for $700, or SELLING. Soles and Service AND USED I frame, on large lot! nice, house

AcademyPOWELL'S, 'GI... For Every Purpow" can Call 964-5546.arrange time lip payments. CONTACTGECKCE! PFAFF, ELNA SALES MARTIN CAMPERSU.S. I Frame Duplex apt., good lo
Now PARTS Good
Store! FronLMITrorsTub : Homes cation. Incomeproperty.;
Encloain-c*-Sbotrrs FOR SALEAll purpose cov- 90 West Lake
WHIT! City
Beauty Academy 5 660 on paved road
ered trailer 4'x6'x4' acres
Furniture Tops Ola* Replaced utility REAL Deep and Shallow Well
1320 Blanding St. Itp $49:50 Water Softner and Phone 752-3723 by 330' deep. High, dry.,
I/rani a Pro eaIon In Tour up

Spore Time. Full) or Ptlr& Time NEW LOCATION FOR RENT12 x 50 Mobile PHONE 964-7826- "fart & Repairs on FiltersPlumbing For Best Selection Of. 3 bedroom home in City, 1

214 N W 10th 37S-27M home 2 bedrooms a/c and TRAVEL TRAILERS bath kitchen living & dining
"""" 122 S". 'Mjin Gaiw.vllte! water furnished. Also trailer 421 W. MADISON! ST. all other Make Ma SuppliesEXPERT
372-8191 372TT027IOTOIUY space for rent. Call 964- SERVICE ON! TRUCK CAMPERSAND
; 5630 after 8 p.m. Itp SEWING MACHINES, cleaned, ALL MAKES TOPPERS Large house furnished -
ELECTRIC oiled and adjusted In your home, PHONE 964.7051DURRANCE will sleep 15-20 people on

Motor Co. > ....:S PERFECT HORSE for lady or $5. Vacuum Cleaner: repairs Full Line Of Part And River Ocala National ores -
Repair '.,11 AND SIHVCWUX4JKI child. Classy mare, sorrel with also. AH work guaranteed. -- 611 W. Univ. Ave. 1 Service t.
or CMnenvlUr, foe. whit markings. Easy handle. Dennis E. Coggins, phone 431- Gainesville, FloridaO78.1355
) Also registered quarterhore- 1428. tfchg. PUMP & SUPPLY CO. GEORGE ROBERTS
Repairing Rpttrlndlnf /t'AV es-geldings, mares and colts. FOR RENT- air-conditioned:
New and Used -V ._....'10.((! Bill Sherwood, 964-6742. Moved cottages on KIngsley Lake.Call REAL ESTATE
r North
2816 N.W. 6th !St.- Ph 372-A118 : .. A Itchg JIMMY MOORE'S 5 Blocks 533-2366 after 6. tfchg PHONE 964-7826
PUMP 864 N. Temple Ave.

MOVERS\ ...) ..: FOR SALE3 piece bedroomset SUN SPORTS' .SERVICE FOR SALE: 3 year old quarter 421 W. MADISON. ST.

4cro"" 11011Taaou 'r' mattress and springs like 'J' WELLS & PUMPS ''tOTS FOR SALE Starke 'Golf horse with $100 saddle total

O .__. new, $75. 964-8350. Itp MOOR BOAT FOB' & Country Club, ready for ..I 5250 Call 964-5240 after 5
Loin 1)lolan.10'; 'lug ..".... .11.'.". ...'.". '
. building .
Storage' Packing n...., n ........... FOR &\LE-, Fresh St. Johns' I, YOUR MONEY-.. \Veil 2" and up' Lots area on approximately 1/2 p.m. tf. MOBILE HOME7 'REPAIRS &

Crating shlgplng cz:: 372-9577 River shrimp 12t lb. with Starke Ph. ''''-1191 24 Hr. service. on all acre and larger. Paved roads Service. Guaranteed work. CallOlin's

Free Estimate Call tfCOMIT I.', .1..1... heads on. Call Palatka 3252373or "r make} only 3 minutes from town. United Form Mobile Home Sales. Ph.
Lawtey 7823271. 2tp 8/17 Complete Outboard eV -Call"984-7701. 8 a.m. to 5 p.nu 964-5606. tfchg

MUSICBALDWlfl FOR SALE-1962 Pontiac Tempest Stern Drive Service and JACOZZI PUMPSPump : tfchg Agency, SECRET. Lost Water ,
Repair. Complete Fiberglass Reg. Real Estate Broker Weight body bloat
automatic transmission. NEW )12' x 60' 2 bedroom Ex- puffiness
Good car to use parts from. Repair. Custom- Flarkla Ssrvko pando Room. No down payment, Paul & Irene Faulkner etc. X-Pel Water Pills, only

.' PIANOS See ORGANS Call 473-3717. Itchg built Fiberglass. Fishing; 991.1 Blanding Blvd. just take up payments. Olln's ASSOCIATES $3 Koch's or Money Drug Store.Back Refund.lOtp- 8/17-_

Van Service Inc. Boats. PHONE 264-5630 Mobile Home Sales. 9645606. 206 S. Water :Mroet'Starke
CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS HOUND DOGS for sale. Ray- Orange Park, Fla.OLIN'S 2tchg 8/10
mond Crews Rt. 2, Box IOC, _u__ Fla. 964.5065 FOR RENT12 wide Mobile
3140 N.E.: Wakto H4. t'vllle . 37t-4m. .w REAL ESTATE and Lynn White. Ph. 964-6114
3 bedroom house. 534 West
in supplementingyour MOBILE HOMS SALES Call Lis For Best Price or 964-8799. If no answer
AUTO SALES SERVICE MUSIC Co. Madison St. Fenced yard, good Prospects Waiting call
Income? Apply for morn- location. Call 964-8404 or 533- 964-8874. tfchg
BI.Ol'NT' PONTttC G'ville Shoooing .v372-5351 Ing paper route 'In Starke a- Service I. Our Policy 2810. tehg -
rea. Call Fla. Times Union
(G\i$, INC. Farm and Industrial 1-800-342-2709 Ext. 4134, Toll When you buy a mobile home EXPERIENCEDElectrician, WE GIVE SERVICEWe Mt SAVElheeal.one
Free or Write P. O. Box 1185, you should consider. quality, permanent position. All com- results! List your property) tor Ist"u.?
Equipment Starke. lip price and service.'D. sal.. with us. Call today.- .
We give all three and guarantee .-6 i ---- ,01. pany$2.30 .benefits. Starting rate BILL POWELL BROKER:064-. Phone Colra' .
$2.83 hour. Apply
to beat any advertised ....:: t.;' (,9' Southern Wood per Piedmont Company 6444 or 964-6810. tf/chg We now handle air line.

Santa Fe Tractor. .. Why Eggs Stick price.Our 12 foot wide start at Baldwin, 80 Fla. 8 a.m. to ticket, cruises; and tours.'

Factory Authorised Eggs will stick to the bottom $3,295.00. 4 p.m. 2tchg LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering We offerajspoclal' package
FORD 6 x 9 S3.19: 9 x 12 S5. j
Pontiac -i of the pan when poaching Hwy. 100 West- Stork 964.5606 FOR SALE-1963 Chevrolet 1/2 112 x 12 flLSO;; 12 x I00013? Tour of NW
Safe t-Porti-Service Farm Tractors & Implement* if there U an insufficient ton pick up truck. good condition $14.95 many patterns and Disney World
depth of liquid-or if the temperature $395. Call 964-8869 otter .
210 H. MainGainesville USED EQUIPMENT WNW".t $:> colors. Dahmer's. Discount Call 964-7'
is too "'
of the liquid 5 p.m. lip tfchg.
'SALES PART CBRTOCE' low to coagulate the outer TOWN FINANCE CO.'a'.0. .
'. 372-2581 .). surface of. the egg a. it is FACTORY HELP
\, 4488 N, W. 6th y7Fb48GALESViLiE dropped from the shell or Box ..N..Temole
O.C. Carnes
TRAILERS .:i FT.A. cup. Heat water until it almost l Nursery'Thousands

.< reaches simmering: temperature Owen Joist of Florida Inc. need dependable able of Plants .
MOBILE HOR&PA1II agVlcxklrly's ...Ii'H,..t, WANTEDUsed furniture re
Meblto MtItfilT -a few bubbles will bodied factory help." No experience neceoary. butt Trees (Shade Trees, frigerators wash ifaahBM's -

I /t-/iEE ft Ssplies'lae..4urhoriz.J ; break at the surface.'.Reduce' Steady work overtime, fringe benefit SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES Evergreens' ,Camellias, Discount House tf/cng
heat enough so th* bubbles 'Azaleas. Roses
.._. P..."l.." For of the Cxpondo Room & Add *
form on the \bottom IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLYAT On Room mim is .... plant AayUateLANDSCAPINO FOR SALE-Coastal Bate hay
, J9SO N.E. Waldo Rd. V.\: Jnlni.th.imSitl pan with occasional bubble Out of barn or out.Gf.UleJ2eI4.

Galneavlll. 376-061 | ..i HJint: | *: Air ConJitiuninir coming to the surface. Do Free deft'" and set up II ML SJC.,of a<
J T F<|uip.5uppliesAwni. not allow water to become OWIM JOIST 100 MILE RADIUS ......._ -
aa.. a.rva.'a.nta. the 961.8114 J. B. White, tfchgz.
hot enough" to "Jiggle" ,
..... ..
-a "* < at low S4 30 ..' eayHilclw .
,' ''n..."....Co>n.l"l lM .. Au Cofhiitioninc$6jo. ii I.\I.d\ water. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER BANK FINANCING' 'X-U Roducbsr-wa.. ClFabets
,+ e All v n S.rvci 0.9tHt .CH A SAMPSOMTC-Surburban"At. Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday NWY 17 North, Green Cove WORKING girls and ladles need $3.00. Money Back

",_It...MokMi. .., i.r ...Pie.smtr IS0011.t.' ) 6th Si. t3M.srill. tadw Cases, black. fX&+lr 7:00 A.M. T. 5:00 P.M. TF Tel. 284-5001.264-7311. to borrow extra money. CaDllarale i Suanntao.: Koch Drug

{' Ma.IItc.' Air..._SIta. '-8'890'August Bradford County; Telegraph tt. at 964-7449. tfchg i Store. 10 to. 9/7

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