Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 8, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
Hesitate On


No. 50 Thursday, July 8, 1971 Copy


. Taxpayers* New Engine

t ,rat

Will Pay Bids on a new en-

gine to increase the ,4rPy

Star electrical pla kaJ4

nt's capacity were opened

Million Tuesday night

$1 but amid new fourd

voices of pessimismfrom

three councilman.

i: ,, ?' Lowest bid submitted was by
To a ys) r Nordburg Mfg. Co. on a 2,650
CountyCounty KW (kilowatt) unit for $610,500.

Engineer Earl Wilson specifieda

turn-key Job so all prices Include -

all auxiliary equipment,
piping, and electrical work.

taxpayers will sweeten the pot $73,181 more v r.r r. Bids on comparable engines

in 1971, according to new figures released by Tax were $713,655 on a 2,550 KW
DIehl engine and $621,878 on a
Assessor Gene Long, showing a $3,928,738 increasein 2,200 KW Worthington engine.

Bradford's taxable property values. Worthington sold the city Its
last engine a 1,750 KW unit

The Increased taxes are figured state to former Road Department In 1966 when a $650,000 bond

on present 0970)) mill- Employee Arch Ellington 4 tr tr ,, Issue was floated to completethat .
of 19.107 mills. Divided electrical expansion. u. A
ago have not begun. Ellington a
between the school board 00.8 retired four months ago. Bids were also submitted by
mills) and county commission -Traveled to the Graham sec-: each of the three companies Jimmy Alvar** receive. key to city-county from Stork

(8.307 mills) the Increase will jr'M on two engines, one unit witha Mayor Carl Hunt.Home.

be Just a drop In the bucket (See Page 4)) I r new bay built In the power
for either board. t'd d W" plant, and two engines and one

bay. Reason for the two engine -
Taxable: county; property; In 1
bids Is that the council
1971 Is valued at + wx+'
sought at one time to purchasetwo
4 Dead Folks
to this
compared $48,269,800
PM1 engines, thus delaying yet
Bradford's total 1971 tax
year. .
another expansion In the next
roll, Including $26,294.260 In 1v pn two or three years. But that

exempt properties, has risento InTues.Accident i,t .9. ,are goal seems out of reach now
$83,495,108. + In view of current city; finan
County taxpayers will dole ces.In Rain Honor

out nearly a million dollars fact, two councilman Bil-
(C$997,357) to the county; commission ', ly Noegel and Jimmy Bowen,
and school board In : said Tuesday night they were

1971. This year they paid$924- ready to vote against any bond
176 In advalorem taxes. Issue at all, even for a single On AlvarezAccolades

"Even with what increase we Four persons, all from Lake engine.
Butler were killed Instantly The new found reluctance to
got, I've taken more abuse this
In a two-car collision Tuesday float another bond Issue on
;year than I ever have, Asaessor -
Gene Long told the county morning seven miles south top of the city's: ; present $2,5 fell like raindrops never have another" the lady,

; commission Monday In reporting of Macclenny according to the million Indebtedness apparently on Jimmy Alvarez's head Tuesday wife of a prominent cattleman,
? was reached at the recent
the new roll. Florida Highway Patrol. as his hometown folks said.
I Florida
Municipal Utilities Association
Dead are Mrs.Zona Sue Halle, gathered to honor the new State Over 100 businessmen, farmers -
"I toll you, I don't believe 31, driver of one vehicle; hereon meeting In Key West. FFA president. teachers, and people Just

I could have gotten a penny Gene Halle 1//; Mrs. Mary Heevy'raine didn't spoil this boy's chicken dinner Talking with representatives of plain Interested In Jimmy Alvarez
cities which
more and survived Long said. own their "We Just felt like his hometown
Pittman Harrison, 21, and her gathered Tuesday at a
power systems, the councilman hadn't done much to
recognize -
fed daughter Cathy Harrison, 2, luncheon to honor the Bradford
People are Just up Long evidently found other cities said
are him one lady.
said Wednesday. according toTrooperJC.Cone.Investigating High School senior and son of
operating less than "Do
on firm realize how
you big an
officer.Christopher Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Alvarez -
Increase In property; valuations power. honor he has won?"
was on lake front property Howard Cohen, Looking at bills already sub- .
; more than any place 24, Jacksonville, driver of the mitted by the city's electrical Bradford County has been His vo-ag Instructor, Paul
else. Most of the Increase second vehicle, was rushed to Rain engineers. Councilman; blessed with two state FFA Hutchins, said Jimmy fulfilled
however came from new buildings Frazier Memorial Hospital In Rockets Wind Noegel asked: Billy presidents In the past25 years one of his goals Tuesday by

scattered over the county.; Macclenny where he was reported it was pointed out. "We may bringing together the urban and
One lot on Santa Fe Lake In fair condition. "Is the engineer paid for rural elements of the county; in

for Instance, was valued at Cohen claims a truck ran services he's going to provideus a common cause.

$1,500 In 1970 and Jumped aiaxpnyers him off the road Trooper Cone now?" Noegel referred to No Answer "Paul, you might have to get
work In evaluating the bids.
$5 000 In 1971. says. that head thrlnker Hut-
boy a
have until July 15 Cohen, In a 1971 Ford truck
"We could Where chins told.
stop now. was
to file protests on their 1971 was headed south on SR-12 south CelebrationExploding Found
Highlight are we going to get the mo- Isn't like that Hut-
property; assessments. The of Macclenny. The truck ran ?" "No, he ,
ney Noegel persisted. Councilman
> oard of Adjustment, consisting onto the right shoulder of SR- chins said, Immediately givinga
of three county; commissioners 12 for some 200 feet; then angled supports Jimmy Nocgel's Bowen sand said he Many Fund negative shake of his head.

,and two school board back across the road and "The next day after he got
members, meets July 19 at collided with the 1968 Buick fireworks and gale By Terry Brown pened the celebration, it was "Well, Billy, It's gonna cost back from Daytona (where Alvarez -
9:30: a.m. In the county; commission sedan driven by Mrs Halle. force winds marked Starke's responsible for some funny occurrences some money to get Involved Drives IIereNumerous was elected state FFA
meeting room In the The collision occurred almostIn first attempt at a Fourth of for the games under threaten- One of them being with this thing" said Chair- president) he was out there
courthouse consider the complaints the ditch on the right hand July celebration since the early ing skies. Ralph Bryan, a county; commissioner man Nell Tucker. The city; could feeding the chickens."
and decide whether the side of the road, accordingto '20s. The chicken dinner sponsoredby slipped down In the have gone Into the programfor drives to raise
assessment will stand or be Trooper Cone. The truck, A crowd numbering close to the Women's Club saw every mud between second and third one engine, up to $750,000, funds for various causes have "Jimmy this Is your day!

changed. Meantime, Assessor hauling a load of whiskey, 1,000 braved the threatening one run for cover as the rain base during the Softball game. a year ago without a bond Issue apparently become enough ofa bellowed George Hugglns the
Long will review each protestand turned over and caught fire. skys after a torrential down- finally began to fall. In the Tucker said. But almost problem to local businessmen county's; un re tired county; agent
ready his recommendationto All four victims were killed pour and high winds Monday, fairground building no one ex- The game Is now rescheduled $125,000 spent moving utilities to have become a topic who worked like a trojan setting
by the of the crash Cone to watch the tradltonal fireworks for 7 o'clock Monday night at under SR-16 up the luncheon and making
the adjustment board. Impact) caped the wetness as it too became repaved (Brownlee of last Thursday's meeting of
said display. There may have flooded with up to three Westside Park. Road) In Starke have sapped the board of governors of the certain all facets of Bradford
The commission had
looked county for ;an $8 million Increase Speed of the truck was estimated been an even larger crowd, buta Inches of water. "For our first attempt, I the city's; reserves. Chamber of Commerce. County life were represented.
at 65 mph; the Buick radio announcement told of think that everything went "These folks are here because -
according to an early was estimated to have been the fireworks being called off After the rain and wind had Tucker noted the Nordburg But there appears to be no
well Women's Club PresI- they want to be here to
estimate by Assessor Long. bid for a 2.SSO KW unit is less
solution to the problem.At .
traveling at 55 mph. due to the bad weather subsided, city: ; and county; officials easy "
dent Lee Sanders said "The than honor you, Hugglns told Jim
the Issue
But when all figures were finalized floated in least none was found Thursday -
accident occurred at 10:10 to hold their
and errors eliminated : An Independence Day parade) attempted Chicken supper was satisfactory 1966 for a 1,750 KW unit He Discussion was finally my. Huggins called on representatives -
miles south Softball The rain and
Tuesday 7.1 "
a.m. kicked off the day's celebra- game. even though It rained. said bond Issue of the various organizations -
Long said Monday, Increase of a will be necessary stopped when the board votedto
SR-12I. returned and "
Macclenny on lightning quickly
In taxable values was held to tion, but found little more than for the proposed expansion table the topic. to "say a word
drove to shelter before July 26 the Women's Club
$4 million. a few scattered spectators.The everyone and the compliments went on
In other action Monday the parade) itself amounted to little an Inning could be com- will meet to start drawing up Businesses are plagued every and on.Some.
Taxi more than fire engines pleted. Though the rain dam- plans for the 1972 celebration. "Maybe we'd better settle year by a number of overlap
county; commission: Rolling patrol) "
said again. Engineer -
cars, and a lot of noise. now, ping fund drives. The Execu- examples are:
-Awarded George Roberts Insurance Earl Wilson said the tive Committee of the Cham-
Co. the bid Insuring Here Again Afternoon activities were bids will stand good for 60 ber board Initiated discussion "You know George: we're

county; buildings and equipment centered around a Junior King 301 days but the city; can decide of the topic, saying It Is felt certainly proud of this young
for $1,244. The firm of CharleyE. Starke once again has taxi and Queen contest sponsoredby Routing Signs to stop the program any time. It would be better for mer- man. He's one of BradfordCounty's

Johns only other bidder, service! the Junior Women's Club. "I'd like to know how chants and everyone concerned ; most Important pro
was slightly higher at $1,279. The A-I Taxi Company began The contest found six young really" If the drives are consolidatedin ducts.
Councilman Jimmy
The board signed a three-year operation here this week in girls between the age of four Due Improvement we McRae stand, "The last some manner. "Jimmy won out head and
contract with Roberts to ensure the building adjacent to Alvarez and competing for the crown. shoulders over nine outstanding
getting the same rates for Standard Station on Temple Only one boy contestant en- time I talked to the"clerk we So many times, It was pointed young men. This commun-
were In bad shape McRae out, the same five six ity; should be proud of him,"
the next three years. But Roberts Ave. the home of the former Signs will be placed at the are difficult for motorists to or
crownedautomatically too, showed a reluctance to stated Travis f-ofton. Univer-
Xkridge people come through on different
Is not Taxi Service
said the contract Intersection of L'S-301 and US- see and do not clearly mark
binding 'on the county; should Taxi service has been returned After their 1 at Callahan to clearly identify 301 as a link up with 1-75. Issue."We've enter now Into another bond drives within a five or sity of Florida agriculture edu-
being judged .
on six week cator.
a better price cane alOlli.Authorlsed to Starke through the the routing of 301 through The matter was also discussed period.
cuteness and personality Lisa "There is much discontentwith
attendancelnAugust efforts of the Chamber of Com- Lawson was crowned Queens, Starke, the local Chamber of with DOT officials at a meet- gone this far. I'd "Why not start a United the establishment today."

In Crystal River of E- merce. That organization took Kevin Johns King. Lisa received Commerce has been notified. Ing several months agoatwhlchthe like to see whether" we couldor fun?" one business man asked. said Arthur Gaskins, Lawtoy
could not do It Council-
action after '
receiving a number 4-lanlng of the remaining "J united
lectioos Supervisor Neva Flynn ve seen funds oper-
$8 worth of certificatesand farmer and of the
gin president
of calls asking to haveaomethJrw After making a personal Inspection man Orie Wiggins sated "Canwe "
two-lane of US-301
portions was They don't said
and a deputy; at t the annual convention operate,
a crown. Kevin receivedthe Northeast Florida Poultry Producers' -
Dis- do ir? I'd like to know.
of the Florida State done about the lack of the intersection discussed. Mac Baldwin. Some funds won'tcooperate
gift certificates and tro- Association. "ButJlm-
Supervisors of Elections As- of transportation for parsons a trict Engineer J.D. Ward of Ward said, In a letter to the Wiggins said the council will in a united fund, President -
without automobiles. Phy.All of Transpor- have to talk with Auditor Ned my's a product of the esabBshmentandI'mproudofhl' .-
sedation. personal the Department Starke Chamber, that the May II Bud MIzell pointed out, .
-Approved three toning changes The city; awarded the franchise participants) received gift tation notified the Chamber In letter apparently went to DOT Scott and Fiscal Agent Harvey citing the Heart fund as an
to allow mobile home. to A-l which won out over Yel- certificates and no one went a June 8 letter that the signs Secretary Ed Mueller and nev- pennon again before It will example. Expressing Mi sentim ..
which, had already been ap-, low Cab of Gainesville. home Crawford empty; handed. Diana Lee will be changed. er officially reached his district be (known If the city; can afford What the Chamber executive Tuesday, young Alvarez JU

proved by the Zoning Board Now that the taxi service Is In the Queen was contest.first runner-up New signs will be erected office In Lake City; But the new engine. committee was suggesting a- he tried to think! of something

last week.Set again a reality. Chamber Executive which will definitely identify Ward said that after discussingthe "It's costing us several thou- mounted to a calendar or a to say, .but I couldn't
'- the night of Thursday John Myers urges residents From 2:30: to 5 o'clock family US-301 through Starke and label situation on the telephonewith sand every time we open our time table with dates for each think of anything which would

'July 15, at 8:30: p.m to begin to make use of the ser games were played under it as a link-up with 1-75 and Chamber President Bud mouth." Noegel said. fund to solicit, Mizell said express what I really feel to-
'work on t the 1971 budget vice to keep 1C Like any other the sunny Florida sky. During Florida's Turnpike.The Mizell he made hIs personal Engineer Wilson, Justifyinghis day."As
business, a taxi service must .this time Bradford fairgrounds Chamber requested In a Inspection of the Intersectionand fees to Neogel said the "If they don't cooperate witha for It going< -Moved to Investigate why; make money to stay in business looked more dead than alive as May U letter that the present recommended the signs be united fund, they won't co- I owe too many people here too

retirement payment from the be points out. only a few persons showed up signs! be changed because they changed. (S.. P.9 4)) (See Page 4)) many things for that."


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Mr. and Mrs. JoIvlKopetousos 1

Hosts at Dinner Are

Mr. and Mrs. John 1OAS P1t.
sos of Birmingham, At.... vbo i
have spent tile past tw1:1: "'r4e1a
at Klngsley Lake, en Nat 9d 1
I t a covered dish dinner du- I Ie
La day at the lake with 39 J"f\tJs t
and relatives attending
o Centering the dining tAb.U\ \ v* s +
1, a barbecued pig.
Swimming, boating AfAkl- s
ing were enjoyed ttirougtf! \ffttO A

day.Out-of-town guests wej'A, Gf j- 4

t 1 r ar gory Costan of Atlanta, v U
--- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Per* Af( Miami
) Mr. and Mrs. Rube blpq-.
r cher of Lyons, Ga., GyArge
wardi Tommy Tlnsley MJIJ New Fire Engin\ I
Isball and Miss )jI kte LJLZ
Daniels of Lake City, W) Vff.
and Mrs. Gusty Yearout offl>*- l"I tings and painted the machine a \l.t\ t re ct.
mlngham, Ala. ( ) Hodges said the new engine ato\f AJH> aA
: old tanker, will be kept at the firs fifhft, H*
said the voluntter department \ I I.tslr
BarrettHadd&ckDorothy lashed more than IS years ago, a\d "tCf* "the"
Joy Sapp Exchanges Vows efficiency: of the firefighters 11'1141" ) big
MixonJ\:3grlett. '
Tison Twins/ Observe Firs t daughter of John Ml>rt Arid With Timothy E. White tem.boost when the town Installed /yVye IY'

/ the late Mrs. Mixon ot Scathe t ,
Birthday:: Anniversary and Guy Rodney Haddock: son
of Mr. and Mrs. A.( flad| Little Andy and"''Amy Tlson, sheet cake decorated with Rag- dock of Hampton were 1\4- Mv. and Mrs. Charles P. cousin of the bride, both car- Hall Retires
twin children of Mr. and Mrs. gedy Ann and Raggedy Andy. fled Thursday, July 1itlQr9en-l lvllle. $#Pt $J'\. ot Lawtey and Timothy ried white satin prayer pillows I
W.H. Tlson of the State Farm, The youngsters played in the S.C. ) & taft (Tim) White son of covered In lace. Discount
celebrated their first birthday yard and patio and pictures of Mrs Vpncill Dykes of Man- Delbert Stanley of Jackson-
Saturday morning, July 3, when the affair were taken. qevtll", U. and Mr. Earl White ville served as best man. Ushers
their parenta a party for Assisting were the children'sgrandmother The couple is restdlM III( of) C\o'OIIS Roads Miss., ex- were Charles Sapp Jr., ley," Mrs. Hall Adf' p
them and 20 little gave friends. Mrs. Maurice Starke where Mr. lIaqtii fyft I# \ remainIn \ I
The refreshment table was WIngate, and Miss Tina Chas- employed at Cadillac \Jl\Jlfrtrl\ C1oull'f. ceremony at 8pm.Sawruay Sapp, cousin of the bride; Lynn Starke. "Thl, >V frV), home,"
covered with a Snoopy table teen. Mfg. Co. \ June 19, In the Highptist Boch, cousin of the bride; and ) Mrs Hall staterrM
cloth with matching napkins. t bnd U Church Highland. Tilton White, brother of the ; It.
Rev. fcymorxj{ Caudill officiated. :
Centering the table was a large groom.
Miss Suzanne Judd Weds > #t the ceremony. Ray Norman, pianist, and
Otvvfl marriage by her Mrs. Sylvia Reddish, soloist, wv A
Adams-Martin, Mr. Stringer in Alabama tottit,:, the bride wore an A- provided a program of nuptial t ,
Une Mlpouette gown of imported music.
Mrs. R.A. Nettles announcesthe of On June 19 at 3 p.m. Miss the University of Aobsrna#\ CpAnUiij-\ lace over satin Following the ceremony a reception -
approaching marriage A- Suzanne Judd became the bride where he was a member 07 tjiePhi peau Th scoop neckline was was held at the church.
her granddaughter, Glenda of John Bryant Stringer at the Delta Theta fratei %0, )lie dams, to Donald W. Martin,son Presbyterian Church In Living Is now working on his MA.tlt'sdegree \. loco l arid the long fitted lace was served by Miss Ruby
of Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. stone, Ala. In the presence of at Alabama Stit H\* Col) ,lev"a ended In points at theWrlpt Pressley of Starke and Miss
Martin, all of Starke.; the Immediate families Rev. lege. ,. IT1* gown had a cathedral Linda Sellars, cousin of the
The wedding will take place Burnnell Chaney performed the Among those the l jeiigtti train of Imported groom, of Alma, Ga. served I
July 10 at 7:30: p.m. In the nuptials.The wedding were Mr.attendJ'V and )M.-.. Chaptyliy.; Her three-tiered finger punch. Mrs. Elsie Carlton,aunt ',-- .......
Church of God, Starke, with a pb veil vf illusion was of the bride assisted In
bride Is the daughter of M.R. Judd, Mrs. PeOA1d j serv Hall
reception following in the Mr. and Mrs. Millard R, Judd wards, Mrs. Hazel Wiff\t# \ of augt\i\ to a headpiece of lace ing. The rice bags were picked t1
church annex. of Starke and the groom lethe Starke, and Mrs. T.R, /j'I/r1'' and\ delicate seed pearls. She off the rice bag tree and hand- trainee. 1;
All friends and relatives are son of Mr. and Mrs. John don of Valdosta, Ga. carriv4, a bouquet small white ed out to the guests by Mrs. Joined the /
Invited to attend. Bryant Stringer of Pleasant rose" baby breath, lllles-of- Betty Deese, the bride's aunt. will take on !
the..." lle y and feathered car- Miss y ...
11111, Ala.Centering. Nancy Gay kept the bride'sbook. held by
the altar were arrangements Ontlotts. In the center was a '
.fi1J'4 GIRLISH-t"b that first
Norton; Family of white gladioli, large white pink-throated orchid After a wedding trip to the : thank everyone party dress VyJ\ onW be
Reunion HeldThe Fuji mums, carnations and stephanotis Vhfoh!)# was removable Smoky Mountains, Georgia, of the past more feminiA/ #nf\jn\{ navy
against a background MI' Kitty Hazen of Starke Tennessee and North Carolinathe they will cotton voile ,, routed( to I
of branched candelabra with lIeNila as maid of honor. She young couple is residing ; the same dainty ruffles( \W/it&te/ em
_ Trudy Norton family reunion white tapers. Wore floor length A-Ilnegown In Poplarvllle, Mias.rtt' under Mr.Brad- broidery anQ\ '\ifspll'l1lte/
was held SaturdayJuly 3, The bride, given in marriageby Mr. and Mrs. Michael|. ,parley With ptutfant\ sleeves of purplealtlt lace. ,, ..
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. her father, wore a design announce the bitfyt\ a IVau with an orchid chiffon ,- m"" ",,:<=><"", ,0:m !!'<..! ) "" ''' '1 ""' .4j\Je.W\; ) !!' d Lt-: .<< > <\A ..
Frank Johnson on Silver Lake, er's gown of imported silk voile son, Michael J. Barley, Jt*. on overlay.f .
with 56 members present. featuring an empire waist with April 5 in Port CharW tV- MAternal \ bridesmaids were
Besides the Johnsons and sweetheart neckline. The skirt grandparents ,,>"V !Mr. Mia.pa Cindy: Carlton cousin ',r
their four sons there were Mrs. was decorated with white gros- and Mrs. George C'I'of\ "I 01" bride, and Lynda Clayton ;
Richard Macheda >and daugh- grain ribbon and Venire lace. Starke. iHjtJi wore identical floor Off
ter, of Jacksonville; Mrs. Min- Her only ornament was a string length (gaunt with A-llnes and
nie Norton, Miami; Mr. and of pearls, a gift of the groom. Bradford County lIost1l\\ announces \)1.Ij\l1t<< sleeves of purple satin I ''!II
Mrs. Tommy Rhoden and chil- Her Venise lace veil was secured the following VUis 1 ) : W u with an overlay of
dren of Jacksonville; Mr. and by a net band enhancedby Hovered l chiffon.
Mrs. E.M. Norton and daughter sweetheart roses. She car- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd fi V,War- Junior bridesmaids were
of Klngsley Lake; Maxie ried a cascade bouquet of baby row, Jacksonville, a danktiter\ Mla.bs Sherry SaW sister of
Norton Mr. and Mrs. Marcus carnations Fuji mums, sweet Linda Imogene, June 25: the bvlqe\ ,and Sandy Deese, cousin -
Hartley and children, Bryan heart roses, stephanotis andbaby's <:>f the/ brtde. Both wore
tHmlap, and Glenda and Frank- breath. Mr. and Mrs. David #j'f'J\J'' \ {deriU l floor length Alinegowntr
lin Morton all of Jacksonville; Mr. Stringer attended his son Black. Starke, a daugh< ;, Karen i with bouffant sleeves ofvld
Mrs. Carleen Ash ton, Bruce as best man.Following. Diane, June 27. Wee> pink satin peau with L.:
Norton, and Paul Sosenco, of a short wedding trip a lUN'or" pink overlay of chiffon -
Fort Worth, Texas; Mr. and the couple will reside In Livingston Mr. and !Mrs. GaryJQII k Grot1 Tl) color matched the
Mrs. G.L. Norton, Mr. and pink flowers In the senior z
Ala. Lake Butler, a son, (::1I"rll" 'h'tlfgl !/I/.gGrr -- :
Mrs. James Williams and sons The bride is a graduate of Daniel, June 28. bHtWbalds gowns. fI/'mb lllifIlrlrIlllilJllill/ < ,//tJbihM/IIWIi'lirrmrrr.rr. flt
of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Bradford High School and Jacksonville The| rive attendants carried I SAVE MORE! LADIESCanvas
Carl Long and sons, and Mrs. University. She is a Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wgyne ldentCt1 ooaegayeoflightgreen LADIESSANDALS
Velma Long of Ocala; Diehard member of Delta Zeta sororityand Smith, Lawtey a C\A\jtI1t9r.\ \ lJ'\1AaQn with matching satin t z.
W.C., and Carlton Norton, and president of the Jackson- Kimberli Rochelle, Jui\\ f. e ttjc SHIFTS &
Judy Belts of Jacksonville; J. ville Alumni of Delta Zeta. Mlsa Bunky Sapp, cousin Casuals
C. Hartley and three sons, and She Is now affiliated with the Mr. and Mrs. Marti WK| > of dun> bride!, wore a floor Big Selection
Butch and Joey 'Thornton, of school system In Livingston. son Cannon, Starke, 4 dAttgh 4 satin A--llne gown turquoise CULOTTES OXFORDS AND
Awn Park; Todd Nobles, Uti- Mr. Stringer graduated from ter, Sharon Elizabeth, J\jflj\ JO: tiMU! with the Identical Sizes 5-10 SLIP ONS
ca, N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. John- overly of flowered chiffon.She ALL OUR REG. 2.99 & 3.992.oo Many Style
ny Rhoden! and children, Carl Howard ReunionThe arrM: a princess white flower REG. 1.59 & 1.7 ? .
Norton, and Mrs. Trudy Norton Mr. and Mrs. W.E,.I'f'Y'! baiH.t fllled with rose petals In Perm. PressPolyCot. $3 & $4 "
all of Jacksonville. 1.i.ridllllUlliflll i.
II.H. Howard family reunion and daughters of Mla'*u thrree
Mrs. Norton has nine living Gregg Hamilton cousin of
MIo, alld .
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on overlaid
years visitors Mr. and Mr*. JPbTl\1# wan In
Lake. Dress Heels
20. Thrasher of Winder, G\. tsJt4l. Jimmy Sapp, brother of Ladies GREAT VAI4

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Interest To. L. A. Wynn, 95, lieu: Mil you identify/ an aluminum -
Of Presented With ( can"AII.alumh

60-Pound MelonL.A. um beverage
cans have rounded bottoms
WOMEN with no separate bottom end
Wynn Hampton Lake
or side seams They are I lightweight
who recently observed his 95th
. and easily crushed
- - - - birthday anniversary, "cele
brated" the 5th of duly by visiting when empty Many read "'allaluminum' -
the nearby farm wherehe on the label.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hurst Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton Rev. Robert Stith of Char- : \ was born.
and family had as Friday and and sons spent Sunday with lotte. N.C. and Dr. and Mrs. J rrIx r Mr. Wynn, who has made a
Saturday guests: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamiltonand M.C. Stlth of Arlington, Va. remarkable recovery after returning
Robert Hurst and son, Mr. and family In Tampa. They were guests last week of Mr. home from a recent ser-
Mrs. Wendell Richardson and brought back their granddaughter and Mrs. J.R. Chasteen and ious Illness In the hospital
son. and Mr. and Mrs. Doug- Janice Hamilton, for a attended the funeral of Terry expressed a desire to visit
last Richardson, all of Charleston week's visit. Stith on Tuesday.Mr. the old farm Monday, and was
S.C. The Carl Hurst family accompanied there by his wife.
and their guests left Saturday Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Fancher. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs As a highlight of his visit
to attend the holiday Jr. were In Greenville, S.C. of Orlando and Mrs. Ruth Baker l Kenneth Manning who now
weekend family reunion with Friday to Monday visiting the of Jacksonville were week- lives on the, farm, presentedMr.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hurst Shrine Crippled Children's end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wynn with a 60-pound watermelon
and family at Frostproof. Randy Hospital. They took up gifts for Vernon Silcox. as a good exampleof

Chltrv remained in frost the children donated by the .-,...... ., .. what the fertile soil on die
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proof with his cousins for a Starke Shrine Club. Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper old home place will produce. Charley l
week's visit. have had as visitors Mr. and Baptist Youth Choir Mr. Wynn's many friends are
Pvt. 3 George Hamilton of Mrs. Donald Cooper of Crystal sings during chicken dinner bfor rain drowns out Fourthof delighted that he had such a re
Gary Dakken underwent hand Fort Cordon, Ga. was home River over the weekend, July celebration. ,. .. .,,.,..- ?,?,,..,? pleasant 5th of luly.
surgery at (Hope Haven hospital for the weekend. and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pad- n_ i,H'' ,..- .a
Wednesday. gett of Crystal River on Monday Pot Smoking TonuulolikeStorm Johns /
Mr. and Mrs Johnny Kop- .
Mr. and Mrs. Don Ilardon- elousos and four children of Penalty ReducedPersons StrikesAt About 'Thta Question:
brook were fishing at Fort Valley Brlmlngham, Ala spent the past Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bran-
', Ga. over the weekend. two weeks at Kingsley Lake. ham of Hampton visited Mr. convicted of smoK i ProvidenceA "Personal. liaointy Insurance -
and Mrs. J.C. Campbell In Do- i Ing marijuana for the first time has always covered
John Flynn Jr. visited his Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pepe of than, Ala. Friday to Sunday.Mr. are now guilty; of a misdemeanor tornado-like storm struck
sister, Miss Anetta Flynn, In Miami and Mr. and Mrs. Rube rather than a felony. The suddenly last Saturda at Pro- bodily Injuries Inflicted on
Atlanta over the weekend. Beecher of Lyons, Ga. were and Mrs. George W. new law, reducing the penalty vidence In western t''nlon County other, including sickness,
weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. Brown had as out-of-town for first-time offenders, went ; flattening trees and crush. disease and disability. Docourt
Mr.\ and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Lamar Shaw. guests during the long weekend Into effect July I for those pos t A L, ing a bus stop shelter which awards now also extend -
spent the long weekend In Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Ston- sessing less than five grama. rf J .t + ..tits14 ? had just been vacated by sev- to mental anguish,
S p
Lakeland visiting their son-in- Mrs. Edith Christiansen and er and grandson of Ocala over "grass." t eral youngsters. shock
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ella Moody leave today the weekend, and Mr. and Mrs. The old law provided up to "It turned real dark all of and mental In fury *
J.W. McNeely\ ; and sight see for New Orleans, La. after Raymond Lee and daughter of five years imprisonment for a sudden and the rain came down and. docs the Charley E.
ing. two months visit with Mrs. Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. the offense, while the maximuM in buckets," said George (. John Agency have 'exceia'
W.H. Hart. sentence under the new law 1 Is Morris, Jr. 'Ihe lightning was liability' Insurance In cover
Tina Morgan of Lake City and Mrs. J.W. Weaverand one year. terrific. I looked out of my such added risks!' ?"
was guest of Karen and Deb- Sgt. and Mrs. Samuel L. Rus- family of Richmond, Va. Also effective July 1 lis a ne'V window and saw my barn blow
bie Clover from Friday to Tuesday sell of Chanute Field, Rantoul, and Mrs. Frank law ..eu up." Charley E.
111. and llston were Morris said some
Mrs. George Black- young peo-
stone and children of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. ROOM -All the (charm, quaintness, and ple were huddled In the shelter JOHNS AGENCY
William Sr. of un English inn are reflected in this guest when the
Mr. and Mrs. C. Texas are spending this week lightning started.They
Smith and children of Philadelphia with Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Hill furniture and deep turquoise walls finally fled, and moments later -
Pa., are spending their at Kingsley Lake Michael Whiff ( <' utmosphere of warmth and graciousness is the structure was shatteredby 131 So. Walnut St.
vacation with their parents, Mr. Immokalee this cotton fabric printed in blue and rust the wind. Phone 964-5070

and Mrs. L.T. Smith. Sr. of Mrs. W.E. Dowling was In I IJ .
Starke and Mrs. Helen Atchleyof Palatka Friday to Monday side Mrs. J.A. ; ; A **7KwR 1 ** * *7T7 7 7C7 7CR7 7 fR'ytyt ***
Gainesville. Calif. Is
where she was visiting her father -
Roy Mathews, who was Mrs. George K
Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Fancher seriously 111 In Putnam Me- Klngsley! Lake.
.Ir. were Saturday night din- morial Hospital. Mr. Mathews
ner guests of Rev and Mrs.W.S. passed away Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. It AFTER AjItJIL7A! I rat
McAllley In York, S.C. Ing! and family
J ,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. How- Territory and !
Ewell Lawson was a medi- ard of Concord, N.I 11 I. are spend- on Sunday.
cal patient In the Alachua Gen- ing two weeks at Swan Lake.
eral) Hospital last Tuesday to Mrs. Howard Is the sister of Local
I'rldaj. Mrs. Merrill Edwards.qemoitfBrySOn ford County; lIosl>
Include: Mrs. : .. .
I Lawtey; Mrs. r11ani

ise Keystone Dermody Heights, ; ; .

Mrs. Marcollna
my, and Mrs.
City Brooker; Mrs. SPECIAL 'Q. MEN'S
>, The Unique' baugh and Mrs. :
North Carolina 'f
Hard, Hampton; I i- MEN'SFamous :: ""
Stern. William ter. SPORTCOATS
Maude Tucker, : Name BOYS

NpcnJ jour vacation in rustic elegance at historical. FRY- Lyons, George 'BI \
Mrs. Golda : : : :
\1O\I ; I r INN:' in the heart ol ihevireal Snokey Mountains / II Ii i DRESSPANTS

ten minute" to> ( herokn Indian Reservation" and outdoor : J, SHIRTS

t drama I'mo I here Hills, ." :Sp.icioui:;' room. Pool lenmt. A put-upon }:,: ,I ;

tour l. IU in''it ion hall, Canoe. and trail trips.. Superbmountain quaintance /
son: 'Look young :/ 8-16 rA
V.VII-.IPC t tcnina.' cntcrtainn' ", ttatcrfall\; bathing/! get relevant with : : l
an.l l horsrKiik rI.I.n"' nrarbI I'uropean plan Modest. rates S f
"I"n>l \li\ .o I> rlirouhli; /till sLason I lor information' about The little boy ; ;;"' 1 to,' / f II
grow up to be V 2
I'u' inn ,that pn.r.. "s li't I H'hind! I \\.ritc, I IKNIMONIHrv : r. thinks he Is well
.< sun ( "iv v. _K"s; Already nobody ; { : i
thing he says : 72 For 72 1'111.1.{ I.T

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:.195: West Madison Street Starke,
Name Brands

STATEMENT OF CONDITIONAfter A'M't Reduced To Famous Name

The Close Of Business June 30, //2'2


CONNER Mortgage Loans LADIES LADIESSportswear Group Of'
Florida Comm. of AgricultureS. and Other Liens on Real Estate S ,
All Other Loans WEAR i LadiesSHELLS

G. DENMARK Real Estate Owned and in Judgement 1

Owner, Denmark Furniture Co. Loans And Contracts Made To Facilitate COVER-UPS 1 !
Sale Of Real Estate Slacks, T-Shirrs, Skirts,
Cash on Hand and in Banks
Blouses and Weskits \ \..
RUBY JOHNS Investments and Securities
EntrepreneurEUGENE Fixed Assets Less Depreciation / MIX AN MATCH JJ2 PRICE
Deferred Charges and Other Assets 113 I '

Owner -L.Publisher MATTHEWS i TOTAL ASSETS $ fl/3' ::I (OFF I I LADIES

Bradford County Telegraph ( ) SIrUIJags
OFF Asst. Colors And Styhs
BASCOM F. MIZELL, JR. Savings Accounts S 1
Managing Officer lit FederalC. Loan Advance Bank from Federal Home !PRICE $2 98 AND UP

A. ROBERTS' Other Borrowed Money

BusinessTon FarmerA. Loans in Process L; LADIES Group Of A. .

J. THOMAS JR. Other Liabilities ..,/.'. .. .. ". LadissHOT!! '.' t 01 1 1.4' f
General Reserves $109,195.41 .
Attorney -. ': : .
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1I Winds, Tornado Scatter Damage' Avg.June'Rains 8.16 InGale .i I

June rainfall measured: about "

force winds and a small Lawso n's Beauty Salon on The tratlerof Mrs.FF.Johns renttal downpour flooded several two inches less than the 10.3 ..:.

tornado caused minor damage Brownlee Rd. was slightly dam- on Alton Rd. was somewhat er.Mac's parts of US-301 and knockedout Inch county average for the ':.'
In scattered parts of the county aged by a twister as a huge luckier as a huge oak tree Body Shop didn't fare traffic lights along thehlgh- past 50 years according to :
so well as high winds heavily Division of Forestry Head-
Monday afternoon. oak tree brushed the house surrounding trailer's porch way.
the building. SIMOO west of
as It fell. The Lawson lost fell surrounding the trailer's damaged quarters on
Winds estimated up to 50 In addition to several oak trees porch: In a mass of limbs and) RE. Jones said that the county Highland recorded one inch of Starke.
mph In gusts knocked down 10 pecan trees to the twister's branches but not so much as received no more damage rain as did Santa Fe tower. Rainfall last month averaged
power lines and toppled trees high winds. scratching the paint on the trail- than ordinary. The Forestry Service recorded 8.18 Inches: over the county.: ;
in Starke and along the Crlf- another .93 inches of rain Sun- Lawtey was the wettest place :.
fls Loop area.According "The heavy winds and rains
the Louis Hill :
In the county; .
to Civil Defense Just covered a small area, day.The .
Director Frank Williams, several Plea Days DoubledBy mainly in town" Jones said. home of E.E. North across Tower for there the measuring month. The 9.2 New Inches .:'
from Holiday Inn. received .
thousands of dollars "If it had been throughout the :
recorded 8.1
Tower -
l t damage was done to both public county, we would have seen a minor fire damage asa Tower .:
Santa Fe
and the
and private property in the lot more damage. In some places lightning bolt struck a pine '.
WI 4 county. INew Rulings It barely wet the ground" tree near the house and causeda 7.2 Inches.:
fire In the
.. Ten forest fires which burned
"Most of nie
oamage was centered Starka recorded 2.45 Inches of
v around the Market Road rain Monday afternoon.The tor- Starke's Fire Department 108 acres were reported for
area of Starke" Williams said. rushed to the scene and quickly June.

"A lot of power lines and trees Changes in traffic court rules 1) Offenses Indictable as feb extinguished the blaze. That brings the total fires :
were blown down in the county and rules of procedure recently b lonies. Holiday Inn also reported con-
and the City of Starke had adopted by the Florida Supreme 2)) Offenses resulting in an Union County siderable damage from blown In the county this burned.year .'

its troubles all night. Court have caused the accident. out appliances, etc. and 1.317 acres .:
9 .Lv Office 3)) Operation of or actual physical Hospital Funds
; "In the northwest section of Bradford County Judge's .'
Some hall In
of motor vehIcle was reported .
control: a -
the shingles blown two plea days
county; were to schedule per Soon
Expected Starke but there
report -
while under the influence was no HMMWHOHWHH
off houses and several chicken month instead of the usual one. .
of intoxicating liquor or a narcotic of crop damage to the tobacco -
houses were damaged. Starke On March 10 the Supreme
Patrolman Pat Henry reported Court of Florida ruled that or habit-producing drug or other crops. 301DRIVEIN
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seeing a tornado In the same traffic cases be heard separately or" permitting personto Funds needed to get the new

Fallen Oak tree surrounds ham of Mrs, E.E. Jones, section of the county; around from those cases in which operate a motor vehicle Union County; General Hospitalin
7:35 p.m." persons are charged with mis- owned by the defendant or in operation should be available
but loaves it untouched.
demeanors other than traffic his custody or control while under about August 15, according to FLORIDATHEATRE

offenses. such Influence. Hay Y. Mains, attorney for :.
Fund The high court also adopted 4)) Reckless driving. the Union County Commission.The .
rules listing 13 offenses for 5) Leaving the scene of an Show Begins At Sundown :

Engine... Drives. which the person charged must accident. Commission recently Fri., Sat. July 9 10 I
.. make a personal appearance in 6)'-Driving while under suspension adopted resolution authorizingthe : ,
court. It means that In those or revocation of driv sale of up to $100,000 worth

!... (From Page 1)) (From Fog 1)) certain Instances a defendantwill er's license. of revenue certificates for equipping Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 CLINT EASTWOODThe
no longer be able to avoidan 7), Driving without being licensed and operating the new Sunday 3:00 1:00
and bond issueof with calendar to drive. 25-bed hospital which was com- Saturday Deadliest' Man Alive
city power plant employees after handling a new operate a a appearance in court by forfeiting -
Supt, George Graudon have re- $750,000 the projected a- governor pointed out. a bond. 8) Exceeding the speed limit pleted several months ago. The Fri., Sot. July 9,10 Takes on a Whole '
grouted the base of two engine mounts to be transferred to. Another suggestion was to The new rulings also have bv more than 15 mph. certificates will be retired by

i at a fraction of the $20- operations would be $89,200 In require a license to solicit the effect of greatly Increasing 9)) Three moving traffic offenses the county with racetrack re Army'I

000 bid the city received. They 1971. $98,400 In 1972 $87,350 for funds, no matter how wor- the case load of County within a 12-month per- venue. runaway hilarity when

did a better Job>> .of,it than an in 1973. $91,200 in 1947 and thy the cause. That didn't go Judge T.A. Yawn since many iod. The hospital board of trustees i iI
outside firm would have done, $103,000 In 1975. over either. defendants who have been forfeiting 10)) Failure to stop and remain then adopted a resolution DON KHoJTS I
Wilson said. The council instructed bonds will now be required standing upon meeting or
that an entry be madeIn These figures are most im- "We all have the problem" to appear in court. The overtaking a school bus stopped 1-1/2 asking mills the Commission to levy runs down Ci1V tfAU.... .
to the council, since to be used for operating : :
the minutes, commending portant transferred said Attorney George Pierce, fact that traffic cases and other on the highway for the purposeof the institution. It is '.
funds -
Graudon for Ms work. the city depends on "We Just have to say yes or misdemeanors cannot be heard receiving or discharging a estimated that a mill will 4 :.
from the plant produce
power .
school .
lw no. together also causes the two child. : '
aald'Ihe.' for of the city's; operating about $20,000 In UnionCounty'l
Noegel \{ wasn't arguing plea days. 11) Fleeing a police officer. 'l .t '
At that the discussionwas 1971-72
point budget.
the amount- of WBson'sfees
12)) Incompetent
Henceforth one plea day will S
tabled with a solution. In the matter of staffing the fit .. .
but asked
: 13)) violation in ,
be held at mid-month, and one Any connection -
In other action the Chamber hospital it was decided that CLINT .
we can't V"'t."It It, why : during the final week of each with which the officer, the trustees will employ the EASTWOOD :- I
not stop now?" % Taxes... month as usual. by reason of unusual circumstances needed doctors through the hos- SIIIRLE AIACLAINE ..,.
recommendation of The schedule marked the notice to .... __
The engineer pointed out the the new covering pital administrator, who has .n..ON
power plant was at :S.300 KW (From Pago 1)) the Executive Committee, ap- the last six months of 1971, appear as "personal appear- not yet been named.Office space 'TWO MULES FOR '
Tuesday and 'approached pointed a membership com: sets pleas days on July 13 ance required." for the doctors will be made SISTER SARA
8,000 KW last//month. In September lion Monday afternoon to a site mittee. The members are John and 27, August 10 and 24, Sep- available in the old King Memorial .
the plant:\demand probably in Alachua County but only a Sanders, chairman; Maxie Carter tember 14 and 28, October 12 Hospital building. A UNIVERSAL. PICTURETECHNICOLOR' .
will be even higher. half mile from the Santa Fe Jr., Mac Baldwin Marc and 26, November 9 and 23, It Is hoped that the hospitalwill PANAVISION'PLUS
MerrllfjSfwards River which divides the two J Jackson Fred Barker,and Bryan and December 14 and 28. SynchronizedSwim be functioning by next fall GP Ec3h ,
Clerk point L j
counties, where Alachua authorities Hamilton. The new schedule also calls
ed out that interest costs will have established a for court trial terms Class
-Submitted to each Chamber county; ':
almost double; tfie bid cost of
compost dumping ground llrad- to be held every other month,
asking Girls
questlonaire Set For
another bond l.sue. ford Commissioner Zedra Hamilton member recommendations a on Improving instead of twice per year. J&S :.
"I'd like to see:"titis brought said Alachua County; and To bring the Bradford court's BarBQuePitYour
down to a conclusion- wherewe hasn't heard the end of the downtown transforming parking Call Street pos practices into conformity with Synchronized swimming Instruction the imI0Yi0 I I
know how we stand"Chair- matter. Protests to the Air sibly, mall. the Supreme Court's ruling, will be offered in the Hosts the entire/
man Nell Tucker then said. and Water Pollution Control into a shopping all traffic cases according to summer swimming program operated JOHN & SAKAII REID familywillenJoyl< P W' li W r

Noegel said he'd not stand In Board and an environmental -Asked Chamber Executive Judge Yawn will be made returnable by the Bradford School IS NOW OPENBARBQUE
the way of spending another few engineer from another agency John Myers to follow up and before the court at Board if enough girls are in- HoWlb 1
thousand to find out definitely have gotten only answers that see why abandoned vehicles a- 9 a.m. on the appropriate plea terested. Business :.
If the other councilmen want the compost pile won't pollutethe round town have not been moved. day. All other cases in which The program will be direc- Is Our .
ed to go ahead. Santa Fe River a tributary Owners should have been notified persons are charged with misdemeanors ted by Mrs. Louise Koron Instructor HRS. 6 a.m. 10 p.m. FfeAMEAFKfiSA COLOR by OtLuxiCPl'fiSB ':.
.;.I don't want you-all to get of the Suwannee River. by the city and the vehicles other than traffic at Bradford Middle The Finest Pit in Fla. .
me wrong. I'm not for the City; But the commission isn't sat moved sometime In June, violations, will be made returnable School. Prospective students CaD 782-3747 For Take UNIVERSAL PICTURE TECHNICOLOR [ UmtMlAitMti :

of Starke going out of the power isfied with that answer. the_]board thought..-, at 2 p.m. on the appropriate may contact Mrs. Koron at Out Orders

business." Noegel said. McRae plea day. ", '" _1M middle school phone 964- Located; ,On 301 h. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
and Bowen seconded Die In addition to avoid congestion
moved 6093 for additional Informa- I
) .
motion, to have the bids evaluated of traffic tickets turned Lawtey, Fla.Plaza July 11, 12, 13
into his office within the last tion.The special swimming class -' PLUS '.

N'cegel pointed out several Prisoner Accused In Stabbing two or three days of a month, will be offered only during the "SISTERS IN .'

times the city; has Insurance any case charging a traffic first swimming class each day, "NORWOOD"Starring
against a major breakdown In offense made within five days and will be operated as a part :
the tle-ln now established with Roosevelt James 29, a Lake to prevent it. Grissom is in prior to a plea day will be of the regular summer swim- Glenn Campbelland LEATHER"PLUS
Florida Power for.emergency; City Negro already serving life a critical condition.In made returnable on the plea ming instruction according to Barber Shop Jo. Nomoth ':'

current. r" ,4$ for beating a man to death, Lake day of the following rather Coach Mike Sexton who heads .
Auditor !Ned: Scott told the has been accused of fatally the original City case, than the month in which the the summer swimming pro- I Sunday, Monday, Tuesday "SLAVES OF LOVE"
James convicted of forcing
council Jan. 11 be foresees no stabbing Paul Beachum a prison was Lake offense occurred. This will allow gram. ,.Stork Plata July 11. 12, 13 .'"
Dan Bevan Sr., a
difficulty In the city financinga Inmate, Monday afternoon the judges office time to Girls interested in the class
$750,000 issue if the present businessman to lie on the mall the Haws 8 to 5* 30Appointment Rated tEl ;
while the two men were on ground in the woods behind Sevan's necessary notices to are asked to meet at 8 a.m. "THE BIG
rate of electric usage contin- the athletic field.Meanwhile riding stables and then appear time for posting bonds, Monday through!Friday at Brad-
ues. The council would dependon and will eliminate to a large "
ford High or Southslde Elemen 18 Years
beating him to death.A DOLL UpAdmission
additions y power sales to James was also degree the hardship caused the tary. Transportation will be If Preferred :

finance a new /Issue.,, accused of stabbing Ernest witness who identified Judge's clerks by officers provided to and from Kings- $1.25 :
e.. : Inmate bringing in numerous cases immediately Phone. Stf-5030- IJ! I.D.'s REQUIRED ;
Projected! neV/rtvenucs of Crlssom another Negro James as the killer was himself ley Lake. .'
the power plant show an Increase near the prison dining killed not long afterward prior to plea day.
from $373.000 In 1971 room. According to witnesses, but his recorded testimony ata The 13 Instances which require .'.

to $176,000 in 1975. Scott feasibility Crlssom IS, was helping other preliminary hearing was a a defendant to appear .
study also 'shows that men carry Beachum to the hospital major factor in the James con- personally before the Judge
while James was trying viction. are:

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Air"Sl Back p it up on the sumptuous new Spring .. your/ choice maintenance We'll completely finish the outside of this home at an amazingly: low price. We'll include I i -."
;Supporter Mattress Layers of the shutters and two coats of quality paint. Now the hard part Is finished and here is where we'll stop ':: ..
foam over exclusive Karr mnerspring, twin full if you tell us to but we will do more. As a matter of fact, after finishing: the outside we'll stop at al
cradle you to sleep Covered with luxurious or size most ANY stage: of Inside completion. Then you take over and do some or all of the costly inside .:
t gold Damask Puff-Quilted/ to foam, innerspring or foam rubbermatter finishing.:'" Just a little or a lot. It doesn't matter how much but the more inside finishing you can do A Coufi&& Lute of '.
.and"Health Center"consuucuonpro t for yourself, the LOWER YOUR COSTS and the more money you'll save.
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vides extra support where you need it *, or box spring OVER 20 MODELS HIGH QUALITY Second-Houte Grfttagei ;.

regular or extra length All Jim Walter-built homes are high: In quality. We'll use heavy duty roofing: hardboard "wonder" .'
1 siding and all aluminum wlnd_..You can depend on minimum upkeep. in a home that will keep right: ::

Available' In queen and .king Ia... regular or extra firma j on looking: good: year after year OETCOST w. ..nl you AND 10..,...COMPLETE all tho IK... W.INFORMATION want you to know ,
, rYZ/J? MORTGAGE FINANCING, ', .. .!L".would lo) '....!':."ond, *what ou' .hom,your..monlMypaymoritrf".6 .." ,our PWrty. .
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3 We finance the homes we build and will even Include In your mortgage: : the cost of the materials that or .lop by your noaroit d.tpl.y. p.* .location. :

a !' e you'll use to finish your home. -

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NEEDS Deafened To Take The
AND SANDY McGEE Action Kids Cn Give Th m Values To $17.00

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School Values To$10.99 NOW $2.99
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I Values To 3.99 9 ;I STRAWS

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Value To$ 19.00
Value*To a
Values To 10.99 $ 99
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May Curb t"v Serving Florida

Since 1950&iorida

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,School B&E ProblemVandals ---.. cl

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Dirs. Carolyn Cordially
breaking and enter- enough to pay for the alarms. foundation funds by$24,430;and to Forrest Hills of Lake City Welcomes/
Ing schools In Bradford Coun- district taxes by $13,765.There for construction on the third Rare a lathe
ty may shortly be In for a Reddish also pointed out that was also an over expenditureof phase of the Vo-Tech Center.In I'h. !U84-5812 You and Your
surprise. juveniles are stealing fire extinguishers $26,000 In food service. an effort to save money, 122 X. iy;:; f-'t. "Family to Your
and first aid kits the board decided to not re-
County schools may be equipped Casey said that he expectsthe Stirke: New Hume
out of buses parked at the bus appoint George Pierce as school !
with silent burglar budget to balance due to an jT
but to
barn. board attorney, returnto
months. anticipated $60,000 In State tax
alarms In the upcoming
the old having
In Tuesday's County School "There's nothing down thereto equalization funds him call.Pierce system The State of Florida
Board meeting, the Board gave keep the kids out of the on .) I
Cost of heating the schools present at the meetIng -
Supt. Tom Casey the goaheadon buses" Reddish said. "Most dropped nearly !In half and agreed with the board's It Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and
the topic. of the kids are 8-12 yearoldsand showed a saving of over$7,000 action.In '1'" Aqunlnt You With Your City.If .
Deputy Sheriff Dolph reddish them we" can't really prosecute after principals were .told to other action, the school I!
told the board In view of recent check meters, Casey said. board: In the H phone I
me new
D&E'sln schools throughout There Is a long range planto In Tuesday's session, the -Authorized minor budget a- you
the crim- build a bus barn and mendments and (;ED testing
the county, that new school board also awarded sev- coil: will hrin,; you a prompt visit' ,
inal activity being directed to to surround it by a high fence eral contracts. The contracts agreement.
schools Is going to be a con- when funds become available, were awarded to the lowest -Reviewed and accepted a six .- from. jinn1 local h.le"'I.", "' |M<>:ive u\\e!. \ I
tinual problem and that"Though: Board Chairman Rodney Hall bidder In each case. year master plan for in-ser-
you're not going to stop crime, said vice education. celebration. her a call! She has rnttps md many
there Is a way to minimize In other school business, Dandee Bakery received the -Received a report from Supt. Shakx" fireworks display copt Independence Day
It. Charles Hall's transfer from contract to supply bread for Tom Casey on the summer pro- I free and wonderful trlft- for you '
the Bradford Middle School to the '71-72 school term. Farm- gram and In-service training. local businesses.
"Burglar alarms are working best won the contract to sup- from i
and, in fact, give better a position of assistant principal ply the milk with a bid of 6.59 .. ':m.: G'sC fd.Rw+
protection than an armed at Bradford High School
half pint.
guard." Reddish! said. "Thereare was approved by the hoard cents per
now several persons In Hall, who has his master's For petroleum products, the ... ............................e....... ...e.e. ......e..
Ralford who were caught In contract was split. Standard .
degree and rank II In administration .
the act, thanks to alarms already and supervision, will OH won the right to supply
with bid of 20.68 .
gasoline a
installed In the com- be serving along with Carl Clarkas e

munity.Man' U&T.'s are committee high assistant school. principal at tile cents heating per the fuel gallon.,contract with 1 a Gulf bid to of Oil supply 12.64 received : Join The Carrier Comfort Parade :

by school kids. "These alarms An art teacher, Hall has been cents per gallon.
will act as a big deterrent to at the middle school for the
E.M. Lewis was awarded the .
them. past three and half years. .
FFA timber contract with a
"You can buy them but Uic Other transfers accepted during bid of $12.05 per cord. Cutting e'
deal Is rental. For $10-$l5 a the meeting Included Mike will not start until the firstof .
business can have an alarm Installed Sexton from Starke Elementaryto October, however. J -
and maintained by the Bradford High; Evelyn Sin- 4 f .
telephone com puny., Whereeveryou clair from Southslde to Law-", On a cosmotology protect .
have a telephone, you can tey Elementary, and Am Llnd- the board gave Supt. Casey the .
have an alarm. sey from Starke and Lawtey BO ahead to award contracts or e'
Elementary to Bradford Mid negotiate terms. .
"Silent alarms are pre-pro- dle. The board also approved the .
grammed to call the responsible advertising of bids for food .
parties. It's not one of Resignations from Roland and meat products for the per- :
these deals where the siren Clertcuzlo, Delores Tucker, iod of August 23 through No- .
goes off and Die lights blink on and Jane Manry were acceptedat vember 30. .
and off." the meeting, as were ten .
new teacher appointments.In Following a review of building -
Insurance rates drop also, .
Reddish said. a review of the 1970-71 projects, the board approved -- .
budget, Supt. Tom Casey said the payment of$55,666 e .
"As far as businesses are that estimated anticipated revenues 0 .
concerned, Reddish said, the from the Federal Impact } k .
rate drop has been more than Fund by $26,590,minimum ; I17fNRF9 f r. .
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tourist dollars. It Is a profitable -
A special meeting was held well.Happy .
Karen Supaky Community June business. What do we In June
29 to honor "Mr. Senior Birthdays were AW/8M.
CHURCH EVENTS Citizen of Miami", Max Fried- have to sell Beauty; beaches Harry Rosenshlne Yola Vestal
dren also. son. who Is touring the State flowers and sunshine. We Peggy Payne Pete andLIIIy
doubt If Florida will becomean Johnson. Al and Irene
visiting Senior Citizens Clubs
their Fifty-six; teacher young enjoyed pnopl an outIng and GET WELL,sboN: especially In North Florida and Industrial state so let us Nichols celebrated their 30th KXMHIHSSS / J
make It a senior citizens' haven -
at O'LenoStateParkThun Recent patient of Bradford News the Pan-handle section. Wedding Anniversary. Many
County Hospital Max spoke to us for 45 min with a guaranteed monthly Happy returns of the day to
day. The) group was made up ; are: Mrs. Mary Income through Social So- -
of the Junior and Intermediate BIrt, who was released Just utes on the need and purposeof all.Our
curity. We thank Mr. Fried-
Senior ; next meeting Is July 13,
a few days ago. Mrs. MelvlnaCUIlard Citizen Clubs and
departments of Hampton Bap. By Elizabeth Given: Walker the son for his concern and efforts 1 at Bee Center. s.-
tist Church and had Included admitted several days pitfalls regarding making In coming to meet with p.m.

those who had attended Vacation ago. Is undergoing testa and ..... ... ....a-bVM.......i rw nTrriir r ir-rarvVMVVVWVVVVV----...........VoVYVo'VY'o..oN'o-*VVVW'rtVh- -- wills and to be ever on guardIn
Bible School. Alto en- treatment. Mrs. Essie Beden- signing any kind of paper us.At our regular meeting on
joying'the day picnicking and baugh has Just been entered which we do In good faith today June 22. Bill Richards our
hiking were the following teachers Into the bosDltal for an appendectomy BAND BOOSTERS Bethel Baptist Church Rev. and regret tomorrow. vice president and Karl Hoist,
: Mrs. Odessla McCon- Bill Underwood, TO MEET JULY 8 Leroy Davis pastor. Revival Max said that he would sendus House Chairman, gave a reporton
aghy Mrs.Joyce Collins Mrs. after a heart attack last week, All members of the Band preaching started Monday night will forms which can be Senior Citizen Club Representation -
Wessle Saxon, Mrs. Dean Son- has been removed to the Vet Boosters Club are asked to and will run through Friday. signed and witnessed by three with the Starke Wo
son. Mrs. Shirley Hamel Mrs. erans' Administration HospitalIn meet Thursday night, July 8, The public Is Invited to at.- disinterested parties withoutthe man's Club and other organizations
Frances Brooms Mrs. Flor- Gainesville for extensivecare. at 7 p.m. at the Reno Recreation tend. expensive service of a law- In planning Indepen- SDpRerDsonSpecial
rio Davis Miss Katie Thomas Center. Business of vital yer.. He also deplored the con- dence Day Celebration, head-
and Mr. Porter. Eddie Hawkins is undergoing Importance. Greater Bethlehem Free Will ditions existing In some of the ed by Mr. Lee Sander Karl
On Friday night a large group Intensive care In Shands Medical Baptist Church Rev. Jasper nursing homes In our State and Hoist donated two beautiful
Center Gainesville after SCHOOL NEWSA stressed the point of unity; and
of men and boys from Hampton William pastor. Each Monday handmade cushion cover, one
Baptist enjoyed a campoutat receiving critical Injuries last 20 day enrichment program night. Senior Choir rehearsal. the Importance of local clubs to be given as a prize for an
Sampson Lake In spite of week In an automobile acci- began Monday. July 5, Tuesday night Choir No. 3 and meeting periodically to exchange event at the Fourth of July
threatening skies earlier In the dent. in all school centers. There Ushers Board No. 2 will meetat Ideas and! work together. Celebration and the other to
evening. Those enjoying the will be courses In reading. 7:30. Wednesday night Prayer This method would encour- be given to raise money for
cook-out and over-night stay The community; wishes to extend Language Arts Science Social Meeting. Thursday night age more retirees to attend the Mute Chlldrens Home In
were: Mark and Timmy Jones sympathy to Mrs.Florence Studies Music swimming Ladle Circle will meet. Saturday and build our voting strength huntington L.I., N.Y.
Eddie and Timmy Saxon, Alan Jones and her family In the and Art. Buses will run. Parents dinners will be sold from within the state. Visitors to our last meetIng .-
Blrt, Mike Mowry Randy hicks recent death of her father Clarence are asked to please cooperate the kitchen. Sunday Is Youth We are now In the processof were Mrs. Lamb Keystone
Jimmy Davis David Pearsall A. Adkins of Waldo. with the School offici- Day. Sunday School at 9:30.: knitting together all of the Heights Ercil and Nellie Bates
Lonnle Broome Buck Melton, We also offer condolences to als In this effort. Morning service at 11 a.m. counties of North and Central and H.B. Barnes from Brooker. -
Chris Cameron, Wayne and Bill Mrs. Shirley Norman and her League at 4 p.m. Evening service Florida. There are 1,308 people We are happy to see new
Rhoden Steven Ernest, Walter family Mrs. Frankle Jean DELL CHAPTER OES 6 p.m.Creator 65 or over In Bradford people and hope they like us @ ThYJ@
and Richard Taylor and Scott Keys and to Peck Dennison In The next regular meeting of County.; Our Club Is a fair and our program enough to become 1UIIIIJ! JII1IDnmnt
Bruno. The men who accompanied the death of their grandmother Dell Chapter 168 will be held Allen Chapel AME representative of these peo members. !
the boys to the lake Mrs. Neta Johnson. Mrs. John- July 15, at 8 p.m. All mem- Church Rev. C.E. Jenkins cas ple. Other counties have similar Club Member Marian Batch- I @
were: Bro. Mel Hamel Willie son, a lifetime resident of bers are asked to please be tor. Sunday School will begin proportions but are they elder K.H. Is beck home after 'fl3TT ( J
Stinson, Lamar Brown Buck Hampton prior to the last two present and on time. Businessof the services Sunday. Morning represented? Or are they forgotten' a stay In Alachua General :
years had been living In Fort vital ? Our goal Is to have a '
Charles Cameron Importance. service 11 with Youthin We she will
Ar- at Hospital. hope
thur Melton Redding Ed Saxon, Myers with her daughter Mrs. charge. Evening service the. 8p.m. Senior Citizens Club In every be well enough to attend soon our .............. ... ____ _..___ 18,000 titus
Merle Singleton, and had been CHURCH NEWS County.; Some of these peopleare
Charles Hicks Otis Melton All members and friends meetings as we certainly have
Mike Chilly; and Ronnie Blrt. visiting In the community; during Ebenezer Baptist Church Invited to attend. lonely Isolated infirm and missed her and her husband, Discount Prices Plus SorvicoP.DD.
the last'two weeks. Mrs. Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. BIble blind. We hope to bring a little Harrison. -
PERSONALS: Johnson was taken 111 Sunday Class Is held each Monday sunshine and human kindnessInto Father CreganofSt.Edward'sCatholic Worlds Air Conditioners
Largest Selling
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins evening and passed away early night at the Church. All their lives. We need some Church contacted me
were dinner guests Sunday July Monday July 5. members and friends are Invited withstand POSTED SIGNS weathel'200: Treated to and are willing to give some. and asked If he could be of We Do Our Own Financing
4, of their daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hardes- to attend. Prayer Meet- Mb. That Is a fair exchange. Fifteen any assistance to senior citizens -
ty were called home to Kentucky (2.23: doz. Special price on larger per cent of the popula-
families; Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ing each Thursday night. Reg- especially those who are
Richard and Mr. and Mrs.Jo- last Thursday after learning ular services will be held each quantities. Bradford CountyTelegraph. : tion of Florida are senior cit 111. I referred Father Creganto Elcctrir I.I.

el Smith. The Richards who of the death of Mr. Har- first and third Sundays. Visitors tf izens. Hundreds of thousandsof our Sick Comm., Pete and 234 M.. A.., .....N4"..
live In Ocala, and the Smiths desty's; father. always welcome. others visit our State every Lilly Johnson and from latest -
year and leave behind their
residents of Jacksonville are reports. It Is working out
spending the week on Lake -
Geneva where the dinner was Starke Branch Of LOS;> Church IndependentThe

The family of Mr. and Mrs. FOOD FAIR
The Starke Branch of the new church house was 1MIVV
Joseph Supsky have as their Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- STARKE'S
completed 1970 and plans
guest for a few days Mrs. Supsky's -
brother Stephen.Clarence ter-day Saints was established are being prepared for Its dedication FOOD
with as an "Independent Branch"at In the near future. LOWEST
Adkins along
a special meeting June 13
on Latter-day Saint buildings can
his wife Bertha are visitingMr.
In the new Chapel on Beasent be dedicated only when completely -
Adkins' mother Mrs.Pen- FOOD
paid for. President CENTER CUTSTEAKS
cy Adkins. The Adkins are here
from Oklawaha. The reorganization was effected Branson pointed out, and very FAIR
of under the direction of little Indebtedness remains on PRICES !
Monday guests Mr. and Presidents Wm. O. Copelandand the
new chapel.
Mrs. Otto Hicks were Mr.and
Wm. C. Crews of the Florida
Serving as presidents
Mrs. Frank Hicks of Jackson- Stake 320 S. WALNUT ST.
Presidency and since 1948 were William Ellis SUPERMARKETS
ville. Bishop Marvin E. Smith Sr., Thornton (1948-67), Dean M.
Mary Williams and her brother of the Jacksonville 4th Ward. Hansen 0967-70), and Jessie
Joe visited relatives
Jacksonville Called to be the new Branch D. Branson Jr. 0970-71)).
on Monday. President was Jesse D. Bran-
Upon returning home, theywere BONUS aur oooo THRU WIDNISDAV JULY 141971. QUANTITY RIGHTS' RISIRVID.
son, Jr., with William R. Watson
accompanied by, Jessie Mrs.Williams'grandchUdren. Howie ton H.as first Barber counselor second; Wins coun- Smokey Say I IiII.LI1ii# t-g.A-111lIprIJ l4I rni1qlIt1Kdll44 I-i7-11-qlc.r11Fi IfilhiJSIr.li4: iu I4th1jlIti 1r4 liJ)4(111) ( 4 fiiiuIJlIIi 1 4pttl

and Nlkkl. selor; and Russell L. Bryant,
An old-fashioned
barbecue Branch clerk. They were unanimously
held July 4 at Jeff Bakers',
sustained by the assembled ENVIRONMENT _
was attended by relatives: members. -.wiu 6 AN EYESORE.AS _
Charles and Debbie McKinney President Branson briefly WELL A* A FIREHAZARD _

and son, and Vertis Hawkins,"traced the history of the Branch ,._;. ? I I_ __ _ _
with Johnny. 10.00. to>1 which began with small Sunday ,
A weekend visitor In the homeof
Mrs. Juanita Pearsall has 1920's school and meetings 30's. With during about ten the i.iqii'ii' _rci'i' I'll'_ miriur_tow mcttmtYiirctr_ towniai_ ff1l1jlA.1i.14I,4/ _nnrotr tow_rim _imrur low_MKIi _imrur imp_MKIIFVNI i

been Bennie Burnseed of Jack- : '
members the Branch TIOY .
was officially If ATI?Y MOMI
sonville. Incepted In CAM
student at Bob Jones BAKE
1948 and
was attached as a
; Greenville dependent Branch to the Jack- r Lgt.
Is home for the summer. 3LS '
sonville 4th
Ward which 5/t d
assisted -
Among those from this area In the leadership re- Ji J'r r--,__eA.4.I _CAN_ 79' _
K travelling to the beach In St. cord-keeping and financial -.I-
N Augustine for a day of sun needs of the Branch. The new
Li and swimming were Irvin: and Independent status means that
Odessa McConaghy and Floyd sufficient ( TURKEY
Buck and Juanita Melton with 140) and financial BONELESS (CHUCK
their children, and Charles and strength exist to handle Form good personal I habit-ll'i
Branch up 'lo youl I Ii FULL CUT ROUND I
Linda Cameron, with their chil '
affairs and_needs_ _I locally._ __..______... FINE ROLL

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mII ( Choc. Chip Cookies 110. ."" 4/l/ St.32> 3?* 7i''th FANCY GOLDEN RIPE )

I Vanilla Wafers if 01 Him in 4/l/ $1.33 314

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Grae United M.thodUts &a\-
day School 9:45 a.m., Worship
services 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.!
Prayer meeting Wednesday 6
p.m., Thursday Choir practice l'fla8EEF
7 p.m., MYT 7:30: fjn. _

Cburch of God: Sunday School _
10 sjn.. Worship services U
ajn. and 7:30: p.m.. Familynight _
Wednesday 7:30.:

Highland 'Baptist: Sunday
School 9:45: a.m.. Worship services -
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Prayer meeUngWedneeday7:3d
pan. followed by choir prac

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and !Mrs. H.E. Priest
Lamar! Priest and Chuck Nor- PRICES GOOD THURS. JULY 8 WED. JULY 1 14
ton spent Sunday with !Mr. and
Mrs. P.H. Day.. and family In -
Cedar Key. Miss Nona Day OPEN FRIDAYS UNTIL 8 P.M. .

returned with them for a via- t>..-
It, I.
Mrs. L.H. Hlnote of Miami BOB WHITE REGULAR SLICED i ,
to her home on Mon-
returned RAND
day after a few days visit with
Mrs. O.J. Phillips. Mr. and Hens 39C
Mrs. F.M. Redd and Neal of Baking . -
Macon, Ga. were weekend via- F. N.
Mr. and !Mrs. B.E. Reddish FRESH BOSTON BUTT
and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rowe 49C :
attended the Barber-Howe family Pork Roast. . LI.
reunion In Macclenny and

enjoyed number visiting of relatives with on a large Sun USDA CHOICI W.0 BRAND BEEF NEW YORK (Family) Pak Ton. S,.1. avg)

of day.Mr.Waldo and Mr.Mri j and. 'Horace Mrs Jim Cox Strip Steaks PKG $998 4I9

Burton of .Jacksonville and W-D BRAND PURl
Jacksonville visited Mr. and Gr. Beef
Mrs. Paul Dlnklns on Sunday. Cured Hams Lt. 79cLB.
Richard Durban of AtlantaIs .

spending his vacation with _
his mother Mrs. Ed Durban. urso
Mrs T.L. Walnwrlght was
visiting her sister Mrs. Frank THRIFTY MAID 9 9
Rowe, In Macclenny from Sun- a JOo
Wednesday. Jack Wainwright a 4 88-
day to Q Catsup BOTTLES
and son, ,spent
the holiday with. Mrs. T.L. THRIFTY MAID FRUITDrinks
Walnwrlght.' "6-01. $ 00
Miss Debbie Phillips of Mac- 4 CANS 1 5
clenny spent last week with .
Mrs. Lois Carter and visited
other relatives here. LIS.
Mrs. Frank'Cruce went to Beans 7 CANS 00
Arkansas with' Mr and Mrs. .
E.W. Duncan' and visited Mr.

Duncan's Mr. and parents Mrs.' Leo for the Dyal week.and S C o If ee..m 10 o. $139 I SEEDLESS White $9
family spent Sunday at Strick Grapes . IBS
land's Landing I on Klngsley
Lake and attended the fire works HARVEST PUSH
at Heights. Peaches LR3.X100
display Keystone . . 3
Mr and Mrs.-Dearl Bradley
and son, and >IMr and Mrs. S ALL VEGETABLE JUMBO VINE RIPE
R.L. Bradley attended servicesat 2
Smyrna Baptist Church In Cantaloupes. . FOR 89
Starke on Sunday. WESSON OIL
Miss Enza Blanchard U now
residing In a new trailer situated $ .
opposite the Methodist Limit 1 Woi.on or Ailor Oil with 7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes.
Church on State Road 225.: '
Mr and Mrs. Dock Thomasof U.S. No. 1
Jacksonville was visiting Mr. CHEK All 'LAVOIISSoft ALL PURPOSEPOTATOES

and Mrs. J.H. Eunice and family Drinks 53.... $ OC All VEGETABLE
on Sunday. | ASTOR OIL
Mrs. Alma Dekle of Jacksonville -
was visiting Mr. and Mrs. SAVE
J.H. Eunice and family. on Sim- SAVE ISc DETEROICheer ((10 OFF) SAVE 30c 68t :

day.Mrs. Alma Dekle of Jacksonville "01. 68c ..... COc 48.=
and daughters Mrs DIanne . . lOX BOTTLE >JQ ,
Elly of Utica N.Y. and SAVE limit ono 31c of-ARROW your choice i< with 17.50 er moro BurcluM.i aulvdlng clo/ ,._ BOTTLE
Mrs. Evelyn Hartley of Avon
Park were visiting Mrs. De- 48c
kle's brother R.J. Andrews Detergent . :o;
and family on Saturday.
Mr and Mrs.i Simon Dentonof .
Boynton Beach spent the .4
weekend with ,Rev and Mrs. Quantity Rights ,1
Donald Denton and family. a ReservedWINN
Mr. and Mrs. Perman Andrews -DIXIE STORES. INC.
of Columbia. S.C. and COPYRIGHT 1971
his sister Mrs. Emma Crews 0
of Wachula were Sunday visitors I
of Miss Enza Blanchardand
Miss Arthurlne Blanchard
who was spending the weekend
with her

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In The County; ;i Judge's Court Lemonade 8 DNS $100
of Bradford County; FloridaIn
re: Estate of Reba Andreu . \

All creditors CREDITORS of the estate of Potatoes 5 :::0 68C

Reba Andreu Norsworthy deceased . .
are hereby notified and .
required to file any claims or SAVE He EGGO
demands which they may have r I.1 1301.
against said estate in ,the office Waffles. PKG. 48e
of the county; Judge of . .
Bradford County; Florida In
the courthouse at -
ride, within six: calendar months
from the date of,the first pub-
lication of this notice. Each m
claim or demand must be In &eIltfone/
writing and must be swornto
by the claimant his agent, r
or his attorney or It will become .
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: void according to law. I

Executor Lawrence W of', Norsworthy the Estate of 1 EXTRA 1I EXTRAS&H 1 1 EXTRAS&H I EXTRA I EXTRA :
Reba Andreu, Norsworthy Deceased .-I I S&H GREEN 1 GREEN I GREEN II Lilil S&H GREEN : Lull S&H GREEN :

June 25. 1971 ,,, i
First Publication July 8, 1971. STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS :' STAMPS I,
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Vol. 92 No. 50 I July 8:, 1971 2nd Sectionwomen's

pt, I

'l'A.Sumtttt StruwbtrrUt This SU* ./ J/MCWA I

i Runners To Compete Tourney To Softball Open

InStateAAUMeetBy Here Friday NightEight

-.tm.I teams will vie for the $1.00 will obtain a-past whichIs

: Terry Brown place finishes at district. Fill Youth t championship of the Starke good for the entire tourney.

will be competing In the SenIor Second Annual Women's Invitational -

: Six Tornado thin-clads will division and Hodge In the r"dA Slow Pitch Softball

travel to Winter Park Satur- Intermediates. : f Tournament to be played here

day to compete in the State InjuredIn y/ Friday Saturday and Sunday. ColonialGets
Coach George Loper said that
AAU Junior Olympic Championships so I[ July 9-11.
he expects good performancesout / .- .A.
of all the boys and that DiveRobin 'tf, ,.. The defending champion Big

The boys won the right to' Jimmy Andrews and Jimmy "'". Gainesville Tire will be on
compete in the Olvmoics bv Ricks both have an excellent hand and have a good chanceto 23-1 WinColonial

placing In the top four In the chance to go on to regional retain their title. Colonial
... .
Parrlsh .
a sophomoreat "
District meet held In Jackson- competition. '" 'Ut florist and Norman's Farm,
Bradford High is In ttte intensive ';:" ,
1)1 ) .. .
ville last month. }' ",1 .. yq both of Starhe finished second
care unit at Alachua
A rr::;' and third last year. While Norman's up
General Hospital following a for this weekend's tournamentby
First two finishers In each Is not as strong this year,
swimming accident In Brooker I .. '.
trouncing the leagues' sec-
event will back to Winter .. ; Colonial still should be one of
go Monday afternoon. J ;. .. d ond place team, Norman'sFarm
the teams to beat.lIacclenny. .
Park on the 25th for the South- .11P :
23-1 in only three inn-
eastern United States Regional As best that can be deter- I I 1 e 4
Championships. First place mined now Parrish suffered a a team sponsoredby Ings.

winners In the regional championship broken neck as he struck his j 1 i it 1 9 ,: a Macclenny Funeral Home Colonial pounded out 17 base
I r and the of the
going by
meet will then go on head on the river bottom at name hits and scored 16 times In
to the the Brooker Deadbeats is a much improvedteam
nationals which are to trustle. the first inning.
be held In Colorado. over previous years and
He is now paralyzed in one could cause the other entriesa Kathy Seely. I Diane Jordanand

Levy Lennon, who took both leg. following an operation and "heap of trouble." Florida Barbara Holllngswortheach

first and second place wins at P is in the Intensive care unit Bank of Deland is another of were three-for-four. Helen

district,,. will be competing in of the hospital. the entries that should be a Crosby and Debbie Douglas each
both the 100-yard dash and the have contender. The other three had one hit to account for the
Parrish would seen action -
running long .jump. entries will come from St. Augustine loser's only two hits.
the football
this fall on
squad at both guard and line- ___ _" u __ Lake City and Palatka *
Jimmy Ricks. 15, who also with each representing the
had a first place win at district backer. Baton twirler Sharon Etland trlei her hand at hitting volley ball in Independence best of their city. KOCH'S DRUGS 27BAHRETT'S
Day celebration.JewelryBank 13
will be competing In the
kCounty Four games are scheduled
high jump. w the opening night (Friday) with Koch's Drugs moved withinone

Paterson will be Norman's Farm hosting Lake game of second place witha
running m-::>>>>:.-: ;;: :<< >> in the 7 27-13 win over cellar dweller -
In both the half mill and BIIS SportsComplex City p.m. opener.
two mile after second place 1 Game No. 2 scheduled for 8:15: Barrett's Septic Tanks.

finishes in Jacksonville. I Open p.m. wil match Macclenny and Koch's scored 13 runs In the
commissioner Team Wins 2 St. Augustine and will be followed second and nine In the fourth
Jimmy Andrews who also had ForSwmner by the contest between
Ralph Bryan fall, wets for most of their runs.
two second place wins at dis- Deland and Gainesville at 9:30 ammassed total
The winners a -
trict, will be running In both pant a* h. camper I Takes Lead In Men's I p.m. Final game of the evening of 32 base hits and were
the high and low hurdles. back to second ban LeagueOne High school students of any will pit Colonial Florist against led by the flve-for-flve of Ja-
whether an athlete or not, Palatka at 10:45
age : p.m. Carol
during city-council! softball nie Stancil and Darley.
Junior Richard Fill and ninth are welcome to participate In
grader Sheldon Hodge both will gods during the any sport Bradford High School Game action will resume at The losers had 12 hits with

run In the 440 following fourth July 5 celebration. team has finally "rose wlllegar 12-8 but the winners 9 p.m., Cunningham vs Inde- has to offer this summer Ath- noon Saturday July 10, with Katherine Peek going three-

up" in the Men's Recreation played better defense pendents. letic Director David Hurse an- game ofothe matching game win- for-four.
Softball League. Greg Rlherd and Robbie Smith nounces. ners opening (#l 1))
Tuesday July 13- 7:30 First
were two-for-three for the winners : followed by winners of game
into the final week Baptist Hurst-Terwlllegar The BIIS Held house will be STAIDI!; :' Heading Claude Hardee Wayne vs ; Nos. 3 and 4 meeting at 1:30:
of play which begins Monday 9 p.m.,Williams Jewelry-Com open from 8 a.m. until 9 p.m. Norman's 4-4. Koch'13-5. Bar-
EED Sapp, and Henry Harrell were p.m. Teams In the losers brac-
= R- July 12, Williams Jewelry- munity Bank vs Andrews. each week day. The gym will rett's 08.
at 3
: Community; Bank Is now definitely two-for-three for the losers. also be open for boys who want ket will begin play p.m.
Wednesday, July 148 p.m., to practice basketball. SCHEDULE: : league games
rf the team to beat as a
Hurst-Terwlllegar vs Indepen- Students Games are scheduled each one are scheduled for this
ANDREWS are Invited to come
Lawns Shrubs result of game action this past FIRST 9 dents; 9:30: Cunningham vs Andrews to the field house any timeto and a half hour apart with the due to the Women's Invitational
While of
EST week. none (Ute final Saturday game set for Tournament.
three teams have been matti-" participate in any activity a- 10:30 The finals of the
Fruit.And.Shade .4 eliminated the Jewel Andrews won its third game vailable such as hand ball, p.m.
matlcally -
"CON'.OL' of the second half 9-2 at the STANDINGSWilliams Je- basketball, track football tourney will be played Sunday
ry-Bank team has the best shot expense of the church team. welry-Community Bank 8-3 Independents weight lifting or baseball. July II beginning at 2 pm. C
Trees Now For at it.
V C4X Andrew's big Inning came In 7-4. Hurst-Terwll Coaches will be on duty at liilldlion I n;<*-, "". III Ihrgnat

the fifth when they plated five legar 7-4 Cunningham 7-5. Andrews the field house from I p.m. All games will be played at I roll I Iu'e of( life/ we art

The Summer WILLIAMS-COMMUNITY INDEPENDENTS 6 16 runs. The winners outhlt the 3-7 First Baptist 1-10. until 9 p.m. each day. Westsldo Park Athletic Field. up JK'm.1pn; faster lain

losers 11-9. Fred Wheeler and

50 LB. PELLETS .. .._... 2.98 The
-- Independents saw their Lloyd Allen was two-for-three -..- - - - - - - ..
'I1 fijUfi hope for a championship suffer for the winners as was Jimmy ----
J l' 10 LB. PELLETS........__._...JL49 a real set back June 29 Crosby and Paul Carter for

when Williams-Community put the losers. ESTABLISHED 1904Badcoclt

& 5 LB. PELLETS ......__..._... .89 a 16-8 defeat on them. ..i4dmirtalMAF7N

.1 The winners scored seven INDEPENDENTS Jl I ''i-j
50 LB. AZALEA AND 9 iy r r -:: I'I''JUAL'
times in the first two Innings FIRST BAPTIST 2 :,f.-a-- .-'. g (feadcoc
LLare CAMELIA 3.98 which was enough for this win I ,-1._ ., I 't-f It,I G
krii the Independents could not The Independents breezed to I I. I
.:,.,,\i rsC.., :,: 10 LB..........._.........__..._._. .1.49 get "their bats working getting a 9-2 win over the church I1 ':I'n.nl : .f I', yURNIIURELPPl11NCES
only eight hits.WilliamsCommunity. team July 6 on the strength "ffi"

_.. 5 LB.1 .__....._..........._...___._. .89 had 15 of 13 base hits while limit- 43 Ib 'food( ttoragofr I k,-yr- -l :r I ::
; ing the losers to only 4 safe ..t.rChiltor .: .' .. '-f..l. =!:
1 :: hits and were led by Tommy ties. drawer, and 4 ;::1
Elland and Lamar Williams A gld.oulth.I..-. I ,_ .... I '' '. I
5 CITRUS SPECIAL 3.49 I .. ,"r. i
Walt Edmondson .
each going three-for-four. paced the Only J4 wldOtai < ':, .- r.-J I
: C: .
:. 1.49: ry llardee had a home run. winners going three-for-three. coveredporcelain .d..., IIL.-: ". 1
------------------ ------------ Mark had half of his .
Patray WnPr. or Copp.r 0W/
Il t ? 128 S. WALNUT ST.
5LB.------------------------.... .89 CUNNINGHAM GULF 12 teams four hits. l.gulor I'l"'5 1 10 CU. FT.
FIRST BAPTIST I less Trad In__ $70 00 964-5289
ALL CLEAN GROTONE PELLETS The Gulf team experienced $16995 351 Lb
CUNNINGHAM 2 .. Trod. 74" W 78HO '
little opposition In rolling over .' capacity 3 full widthtarag N 36" M STARKE, FLORIDA
In This one was a real One UoIRAl THAOI-IN ALLOWANCE .
the church 12-1 fire.
50 ORGANIC team ball For tout Old R.,.... thclw.i
game and somewhat sur- fai r
66WITH 4 deep door $17995f.od.
2 49 The winners had 16 base hits ------ -- *In Mutt b. L.t. Than 10
6.6 MINORS prising that these two teams .
Y ofl Old' and In Aec plabl I. .
with seven players getting two could produce only a total of 21A1 w_.,.. Cendili, n O.'froVl drain h. 'n. 97 Associate Stores
with> Inds
hits each. First Baptist had six runs, and only 11 base hits. 30" DELUXE ELECTRIC RANGE and_lieu "'7' _
50 LB. MICH. PEAT Rag 1.47 nine hits. (IL.ftl) -=- t Serving Florida & Georgia
\ 1 Cunningham scored first In 9..9 Own timing clock \ '
SHELLTERW1LLEGAR the top of the second to lead : Lift, off; o.*n door $ 95 j ," I ,
HURST -- 19 9 \ I
6 1-0. but fell behind after three Swing up bah unit :IICI .
: ;i .
In / Tri k
2-1. the fifth the Gulf team ? \
CUNNINGHAM 4 far.a.Y.PPning f 10 Ia'ro far color k..l : .104
Reg. 6.99 tied it at 2-2 but In the sixth Avocado Harvvtr -e r
Cunningham suffered their Williams Community; scored n=a
WILL fourth loss of the second half the winning runs on a two run 15 CU. FT. CHEST, FREEZER -- -;I Hill Wilson
lA gKt)
July 1 when the first half champs home run by Terry Hardee. ( _
tit Ib /"''capacity
eased by the Gulf team 74. Only 47V;; wide *IQQ OWNER
NOT Cunningham had only four hits I
Decisive blow for the win- and two of these were by Harold Cooling callt from top 177to

ners was a three run home Bishop. The winners had sail bottomDorrott drain and I hoto, ly.rl I.MwMi i -- --1 i
BURN run by Eddie Douglas in the only seven hits and Hardee --- trado I

Mi oacaH E third inning giving the Hurst- and Plen Gnann accounted for

Terwillegar team a 5-3 lead four of the seven. !! SPEED QUE ElL I = @ Westinghouse
Cunningham outhlt Hurst-Ter-
The win was a big one for r 1

50 LB. Williams Community and the 3 CycleAUTOMATIC J 12 CU. FT.REFRIGERATORFREEZER.
loss was severe for the Gulf WASHER

REG.3.85 NOW 3.27GAL. Aluminum Cans team dimming their championship As (Loft) ((.")

hopes considerably. Ha. normal permanent pr.nand 100 Lb ,r....r
To Be Bought Williams Community has only pro.woth took cycloi 3. 'I Cu ft A.frlg..lor..Nan<
Of. 298 Cover one game remaining against one way lint and .. R.g. 9.98 13,000 Feet By Reynolds Co. 3.wafer t.mp.raturUctioni VSTradcJri
of the contenders while the other ../ ,1. IJMM $1QQ
Now 7.98 three teams have two gamesto ION 177 WirMJ _

be played against contenders. L\'o-J $1QQ 95 1 na,. r O|
The Starke-Bradford
County; 177 with had. 14 CU. FT.
Chamber of Commerce has -
received -
word that the mobile
R.g. 5.49 'gwI' "..........1.69 aluminum Monday July 127:30: Andrews OOAW WRINGER WASHER'w( : )
C HINCH8U6Lor1r can reclaimer operated : ark. ,,Nalghe ..
Now 4.49 Covert 6.500 Ft. by Reynolds AluminumCo. vs ; ( ; ) fro* frooltfip : */ Tnd.M_ MN_

., will be set up at theStark.ePlaza Hoi 20 gallon porcolaln tub. !/ \ ; Only 30" wW. $ 95
Dowbl wall conitructlon. whin. 259
within the next two or Safety W Wlnl MN'
"wrlngar roUaio" chanl
llth Graders m m
three weeks.Reynolds 9011 H an.I, -
QT. will pay 10 cents a To For $16995 Wotting houM Ceppa r
Reg. 2.98 For St. Augustine, Centipede pound for lightweight aluminum LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT

Hew 2.48 And Bahia I Lawns cans or containers TV dinner ReschedulingNext Tit with 1-..".."... AUTOMATIC
trays etc. that can be shred- WASHER

ded and reused. Tin cana) will AUTOMATIC 001 With p rm winr -
E not be accepted.Aluminum cans: ) fall' 11th grade BUS x ELECTRIC DRYER cyd
Summer Nursery SaleAUPlantslOOff. can be distinguished by theirlight students are asked to reportto 14 Ib, apoctyffvo !
(CL. )
weight and are seamless. the guidance office for rescheduling Hal 3.float M The Chamber of Commerce as follows from 8 n.nt pr.i. cyclo. .. dear
notes that this will be a good a.m. to 4 p.m. ) hot' StopS dry., wh n. ap.fiod.. 0Whit.
opportunity for individuals and Last names beginning with: l ., A...ade. $229 v

'r.''I'T nO.IDA organizations to make some A through C, July 8. $159 95 I r.n .M. iVIN rus WITH y1A.1 /ICtWIIhI.d.

: extra money while helping to D through F, July 9. wax ELECTRIC DRYER $14995 '
v FIST fc39 !C. Call Street clean up the community. Collections G through II, July 12. Ln.ll.h.d 1904 .

ONIIOL Phone M4-474S ) of cans should be started J through L, July 13. "B.Jra6 'IIIJI "firt,1W., ...,u. B A 4-Jl.q a .1 df.PItSt ""
17A now in order to have them Me through N. July 14. yrulE3 DfrrIRMS ."
I 'IUI0111
I';0' OM IS stockpiled: by the time the mobile O through R, July 15.

unit reaches Starke the S through T July 16.

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the Instituting of the of Starke from Just east of In her register of arrival In 1897 Newell B. Hull, ton
new U.S. Postal Service last the old courthouse and ex- and departure of mails Mri. of L.C., began a 16-year termas lr
Thursday the time seems ap- ending westerly to Just beyond Morgan made the following notations postmaster. His extended ,
propriate to review >a little the city; light plant. ): tenure ended in 1913 with the

of the past history of the Starke LakesldeG.. Chambers election: of a Democrat, Wood-
post oat<<. row Wilson as President. t $1
The and
earliest post office records contractor B.C. Lee car- _
on file here date backto "+ "+ rier; by wagon; three trips a Wilson remained In office for
George W. Cole was the pratpostmaster 1881. A order week. __
money regis
eight and during that Urn _
here, and was the years
ter kept by Annie E. Morgan, 1887 Starke had _
Bl reached J.W. Alvarez served Starke's
man who in 1859: acquired title who "Wilderness L.L. Greene
was postmaster from sometime a third
from the U.S. class" status of post postmaster. Hull made a comeback ) ,
government contractor and Elmer Alvarez
prior to 1881 to July IS office
operation and delivering -
was 1922 .
to In when Republican
the 40-acre
section carrier by two times
quarter 1889 shows that she issued mall to ; buggy; h;
nearby fourth Warren G. ]larding entered the '
comprising the Original a week. r
only 484 orders in
Town money 1881. class offices at Lakeside and White House.
of Starke. This tract during the height of the "mall Wilderness both early settlements -
Includes the business district order" patent' medicine era. near Klngsley Lake "Lake Butler J.W. Andrews Mr. Hull remained postmaster N
contractor and Willie for before : ,
.. Thomas, carrier;by hack; three finally retiring. ',t
tripe a week."

. .EDJTOJtJjLS'' Republican Herbert Hoover
: : In June of 1888 the Lake Butler appointed Mrs. Jeannette Youngas
trip was extended to Include postmaster In 1919, and she
Providence. J.W. Andrews served under his administration Postmaster Newell B. Hull stood proudly in middle foreground In front of Starke I

remained the contractor and during half of Democrat post office when it was located in middle of block on E. Call St.

for a short while but he Franklin D. Roosevelt'sfirst

switched the mode of travel to term.
. horseback.On lation In recent years, taking An old city; map shows that The fourth known location of
At The Halfway MarkAs Mrs. Young was followed by the postmaster appointmentsout in 1885 the post office was the post office was another

April 23. 1888, Mrs. Mor- Democrat Fred F. Stump who of politics, and putting themon still east of the tracks (but block west on Call Street, about
gan dutifully noted that the mail served until 1952 when he was a career basis. Postmasters on the other side of the street) where Mitchell's Drug Store
an Indication of community; pride purpose of providing maintenance for to Lakeside was delayed several succeeded by S.R. Johns. Jr. are now appointed "from and later moved a block west and Mallard' Ten Cent Store
and cooperation, the Crosby Lake the cemetery. The amount of work hours due to the wagon as acting postmaster. Mr. the ranks," if there are eli- to.a building then located next are now located It remained

Cemetery Trust Fund has now passedthe that can be done is directly related wheel of the carrier being bro- Stump's 18-year term was the gible candidates, regardless of to the present McMillan survey there until the present Fed-

halfway mark on Its goal $20,000 however to the amount of funds that ken by the carelessness of the longest continuous tenure In their party affiliation. office. This site is now eral building was completedin

to provide for care and Improvementsto come In, and it is estimated that driver of another team. The the Starke post office. The various locations of the vacant, as the old building was 1940 at the corner of Wal-
old of is the bare minimum mall could not leave until the Starke post office have torn down several years ago. nut and Jefferson Streets.
the and new areas the ceme- $20,000 requiredto wheel was fixed. Johns served as acting postmaster grad-
tery. provide the needed care. Even this for about 18 months ually shifted westward over the I. '" .::::.
will provide an annual Income of only Shortly after this incident and was succeeded by G.J. Mc- years although it is still located -

More than'$10,000 Is now depositedin $1,000 to $1,200 annually, which would M.G. GriMe became the con- Grit Jr. who was named act- first site.within three blocks of the
tractor and Ing postmaster and later
carrier for received
a trust :fund and the amount is mean a budget of $100 per month for Lakeside route and switchedthe the the full appointment under X.tofT Q;

still growing as additional contribu- care of the entire area. mode of travel from wagonto the Republican administration When first established the I
tions continue to come In. The prin- sulky of General Eisenhower. post office was on Call Street. Clvff

cipal amount on deposit will not be It can be seen that even $30,000 Just east of the railroad in !
Mrs. Morgan served under Democrat T.C.Hazen,Jr.was the building occupied for many .!". >,.,.-.-. ,. ... ." ,..
,.,, _, ___.,,. ., ,_ ".- _
disturbed with only the Interest drawn would not be too much to have In both Republican and Democratic appointed acting postmaster on years by Quigley & Davis build- -n.v"" """ >W'"""" '' _.r.:';<"""""" >OOOoX>Ol.

out periodically! to provide the neces- the trust fund for really adequatecare administrations, but when Benjamin Feb. J4, 1964. and was named ing supply'and now occupied

sary care forthe, cemetery. on an annual basis but the Association Harrison Republican) postmaster on April 23,1964 under Builders Hardware & Supply. After playing to a 36 hole Next. stop for the NCF 21

set a modest goal to begin succeeded Grover Cleveland the administration of Pres deadlock, Wednesday June 30, Club will be at Williston on

Much progress has been made since with. (Democrat) as President In a ident Johnson. Military Personnel Bill Adams and Blsh Bishop Monday, July 12, then to Starke
19 and West End (G'vllle)
the cemetery was taken over by the bitter campaign L.C. Hull was It Is noted that during the May Fish Without will play an additional 18 hole July July 26., If your child still
named as the new first hundred of Sarke'shistory match Wednesday July 7 but
postmaster years ,
Association last January and other improvements To those who have contributed to Starke. License wants to get in on the action
as postmasters changed Leave we will not have the resultsby
will be scheduled as the the fund the Association Is very grate- regularly with the change of press time. These two are there Is plenty! of time left.

trust fund continues to grow. Ageneral ful; and to those who have not yet He served four years, as did administration from Democratto Military personnel who are really making a contest out 61

cleaning 1s:1o: progress and a deep done so, it Is hoped that they will John C. Richard, who succeeded Republican of vice versa. residents of Florida may fish the Club Championship honors LETTERSCHRISTIAN

well has been drilled and a pump respond as soon as they note the Mr. Hull during Cleveland's This Is no longer the case, without license while they are this year.

and tool house'constructed. As funds work that is being carried on. Although second administration. with the passage' of new legls- home on leave. The fishing license -

become available water will be pipedto the amount Is still inadequate, exemption passed' by the In other action in the Club

the various sections of the the cemetery is In much better 1971 legislature, provides ser Championship Tournament Hal i
cemetery. so
t County Agent News t vice personnel free fresh water Seymour has reached the finals
condition than It was that one per- fishing for a,30 day leave In the Championship Consola-
The Association was formed by three son recently remarked "It Is the period. tion Flight lie will be facing

local churches, and is a non-profit greatest thing that has happened recently by Bobby Taylor The new license exemption John Watson. Vernon Sllcox defeated PROBLEMS APPROACHTO
Is limited to residents of Flo- Comer Perryman to take
corporation,_ organized for the sole In Bradford County; Laurels in the First Flight
rida who are home on military
The Woman's Club, Junior a few moments. Tobacco Is the leave and does not apply to Delano Thomas will face Jack Dear Editor:
Woman's Club, and many many late stages of growth can't stand Florida residents who may be flaxen in the finals of the Second -
rn, others are to be congratulated too much water wind or hall. stationed in Florida. Flight. Jim Seymour will We, the undersigned ministers -
. and complimented for their The leaves must be mature Servicemen who fish under play the winner of the match want Commend the many
Gather Those CansArea effort in Initiating our Honor and of good quality; to cure provisions of the new license between Carl Johns and Paul who acted In a mature manner' ,
America Independence Day Cel properly. exemption will be required to Harris for the third Flight by working diligently for harmony

residents will soon have the returnable containers.Use ebration. This Is the kind of I also mentioned last week exhibit a copy of their leave Marlon Harrington Dr.Gru- and understanding among
activity that can bring and keep orders en will play for the Fourth groups during the recent -
opportunity to do something about Improving that we might get by without upon request of a wildlife school
the environment instead of all household Insecticides spar- our people togethef for the much damage from Southern officer or other authoritiesThe'"exemptlon'ls Flight ,Warney Adkinson and crises and pledgeour
good! gJ a1L.. Donald Andrews will support to continue the fight
vie for
Just talking about It. ingly, cautiously, and selectively.! -: ,. Corn. Leaf .Blight. I was In a limited a (
+WII '"" ,.'.- ''-'4'all"- corn." field last weekend '30 'day 'leave the:Fifth Plight1 JC.'CalhOtln'\" ; { discrimination.
Never use arsenic mercury, or lead. I hope-thai next year 'had' The that Servicemen who are residentsof and Df.'Hess"are'' in the finals These times tend. to divide
potential to produce'
It has been announced that the Rey- our agricultural, business and over- 100 bushels other states but are stationed for the Sixth Flight, and, our There community; Into" groups.
civic acre.
nolds Aluminum Company will bringits -Never use shelf paper treated with organizations will make and individuals There was some evidence that In Florida are considered as we reported last week,James within are some groups atwork

mobile an reclalmer to Starke pesticides and If you use no-pest mote and participate plans' to In pro-this this blight was present and could residents of Florida, and may Seventh Williams Flight.is the winner of the are negative our community prophets today of doom.who

within the next two or three weeks strips do so with extreme care and worthy activity spread and hurt final production fishing purchase licenses.resident hunting and They say and do things In the
and will pay ten cents a pound for never In the kitchen. this field ttthebllghtdoesn'tspread, name of the Lord of Peace
could set record for
a and '
all aluminum cans and other lightweight Americanism that are contrary -
our County In corn
; production.
aluminum brought In, suitablefor -Never dispose of pesticides In the The Santa .Fe Valley Swine I'll discuss this In a later Right Turn to the command "Love
Producers Association had Its In Tournament your neighbor as you love yourself -
shredding sewer system. Never pour them down column. a Flag played *
drains or into streams or lakes. regular meeting Tuesday night, On Red Allowed Monday, July 5, at the Club, Constitution and the words of our
June 29. Speaking on "What's Next week. Miss Martha Sue Delano Thomas was First Bill "All men are
This is Part'of: a program recently Keep them In a safe place until dis- Ahead", Tom Hardy of Sunny- McCain and I will be In 4-H After Full Stop Adams Second; Hal Seymour; created equal"

announced by the nation's largest steel posal centers are established.Try land Packing Co. encouragedour Camp, with about :SO of our Third; James Williams, Fourth; These are times in whichwe
can manufacturers who are establish folks to produce a quality 4-H members. 4-H Camp is Right turns on red are per- and Doc Adams and Jim Chas- struggle and grasp for

ing a coast-to-coast network of can soap and water for many Jobson to meat-type hog if they planned an opportunity; for members mitted only after stopping and teen tied for Fifth. Christian to the and Just approaches -
stay in business yielding the problems
p to gain new experiences In citizenship right-of-way to surroundIng -,
collecting and recycling stations. which you now use strong dis- pedestrians and other traffic us. Throughout history
infectants. It will be found that a Prices to the swine producers sonal development., leadership For and per- the Florida Highway Patrol Saturday night, July 17, the Christian and just approaches -
cloth Is for most have been below the cost many Starke Golf and Country Club to the problems
Individuals and organizations woulddo damp adequate It will be the first time away explains. of society -
of production last will hold its annual General
well to start their aluminum Ing Jobs. year. Num- from home. have cost the average citi-
stockpiling However each activity -
ber one hogs have Meeting and Awards Banquet.
brought below "Only after for zen a
Is stopping a price, and! we think it is
cans now, In order to have a Ut per pound while the ; planned to Involve each red light may drivers proceedto This will be for all adult members worth paying.

quantity; ready by the time the "re- -Don't turn the washing machineon latest figures show that It home-sickness member so that there is no turn. Failure to stop before (On good standing) of the As we become more and more

claimer" arrives In Starke. At ten until you have a full load. Reduce takes over 17tf per pound to problems. or discipline turning and then yielding the Club; Social Golf and Out- aware of our responsibility In

cents a pound this will be an opportunity your use of power during the peak produce pork. This situation right-of-way Is a violation of of-Town. Six new Directors will this area it is our prayer that
has made our producers rea- the law," according to the FHP. be elected for a period of two each one who
reads this letter
; to realize a little extra cash hours of 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. lize that they all have com- years, and all members In good will act in

for that favorite. project or charity.; mon problems and the best The next big date Is the Annual Drivers may turn right on standing are eligible to vote.A Christian manner/ a positive to the prob-and

-Turn your air conditioner thermo- way to solve them Is through Meeting of the North Flo- red after stopping, yielding the lems we continue experience..
For those who are Interested in stat from chilled to comfortable. Turn cooperation. This will be the rida Poultry Producers Association right-of-way to other traffic menu which will include

other simple'} ways of upgrading the lights off during the day turn off radio goal Producers.I of the Santa Fe Valley Program on Saturday and Menu, July makes 17. The it and pedestrians. Left turns on Pit Cooked Barbecue. Brunswick Your brothers In Christ:

environment; here are a few sugges- and TV when not using and don't a "must" for all poultry producers red are also allowed after stop Stew, Rice Slaw, Pickles -
when turning from a Bread, Tea and Coffee Robert D. Burch
tions from the Environmental Pro- overuse small luxury electric appliances. I reported last week that our their families, and street Into a one-way one-way street will be served starting at 6:30 1st Presbyterian Church
tection Agency: tobacco prospects were good. others interested or connected when traffic
moves to the left. p.m. A cost of $2 per person
However, with rain with the poultry Industry. For
wind and
r' Drivers may not make these will be charged and we must James Cregan
hall like we had late more information, contact Pre-
Begn'dividing solid Monday turns when prohibited have reservations into St. Edward'
your waste afternoon sident Arthur by a your the Catholic Church
a good prospect can Caaklns or your sign erected at the Intersec- Pro Shop ((964-5441)) later
Into three, receptables: cans bottles, These turn Into a disaster In County Agent's Office in Starke. no
and soft Return are just a few suggestions, just tion. than Saturday, July 10 (this John M. Flynn
garbage. your return- but consider what would be accomplished Sat.) St. Mark's Episcopal: Church
able containers and deliver
your non- If every American would resolve Sales Increase Right turns may be made
returnables to a recycling center. to buy simply packaged Items Cigarette from the lane next to the right- We have been having too much J.C. Brown. Jr.

use soap or phosphate-free detergents hand curb or edge of the road- trouble with preparing too muchor First Christian Church
-Try to buy soft drinks and beer return returnable containers and Dispite Advertising Ban way. The correct lane for the too little food so PLEASE
In returnable containers, and writeto support left turn from a one-way street let the Pro Shop know if you W.A. Hogan
leading manufacturers urging more a recycling program for cans Is the left most lane next to plan to eat. (Reservations will) First Baptist Church
and bottles.It the left-hand curb or edge<< of be honored first). If you can't
recycling projects. Without advertisement, the riles collected from cigarette the roadway, the FHP advised. eat with us, plan to attend the Denton Sumrall
would be a first and Importantstep sale of cigarettes is still on taxes. business meeting. Madison\ Street

-Use cloth Items Instead of paper In reclaiming our planet Earth the increase In Florida. Hampton Is to receive $408 ..... -A Baptist Church
whenever feasible. Cut down on for the month of June "- ----
your from the pollution that threatens the According to a decrease
use of paper and plastic In favor of existence E. of $27 over last June. '
of Beary
as we know it. beverage director, cigarettes This fiscal year Hampton has
sales during April Increased
received $4,878 to date.
by more than a mil
lion packs and cigarette! tax Keystone Heights also showed X. ; ;j jr
collections are up over $600- a decrease. It is to receive
000 compared' to last year. $2,089 a decrease of $69 from
This represents a 4.59!% Increase the same month last year. Kit
for the month and 7.270/0 has received $22,622 to date
t The Bradford" County (representing just under a $7 this fiscal year.

t"t TELEGRAPH tit million increase) for the fiscal June's returns of $1,987 willpush
year to date. Lake Butler's returns to

ESTABLISHED 1879 For June of 1971 Starke will $24.026 for this fiscal year r
e /n- \ The $1,987 figure Is an Increase -
receive 10139.33 from the
,(" .<.dYlFLORI< Hi111 of nearly $300 over the
state In cigarette taxes. This
.ff Title God Is my strong Is an Increase of $70.33 com- same month last year.
refuge. (II Sam. 22:23). pared to last year. To date Lawtey also showed a decrease
A ESS When we feel secure In God this fiscal year. Starke has of return for the ,
we have a sense of Itis enfold received $nO.017.Gre.n month. June returns of $1,061is I
SS9 T ONtat ing pretence. We know that he a decrease of $91 from that I
Is wherever we are, and that Cove Springs hat received of last year but will put the I
$69.362 to date and
year's total to date at 9379.
He Is always with us. We $6,360.78 for the month of June T
Counties also will share in I
.. AIAT1IJENs. IUI............. and know that life offers us new This is an Increase of $340 the revenue collected from cigarette ,
pUdae. Bads faraday ass ...... aeeeH with thrilling opportunities compared' to June of l'J70.: sales. j
each new day because nthemoonntli
tease Matter at Ic red' om.:. at a&ut.e., n.w. Is to receive $3,144 .
God is
... ... II Masel 8rs. fife always with us with Brooker Is to receive $297In of June an Increase of $97 ...
....--l.. His providing substance. Solet's the month of June an Increase over last -
.. tirade ..... I year. Tornado
peat. s N. o.tdI. always turn to Cod for of $33 over June 1970. Young kid Inspect dame
lf en.. areal I jest. 8th.w the inspiration to do the thing To date Brooker has received Clay County; is to receive ton's Beauty Salon. !9th!! don. by tomato at taw-

that we should do. $3,174 ,this fiscal year. In mo- $888.$2,821, while Union County; gets Damage sons lost 19 Betide several oak trees, the Low-
pecan tree
to d*
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.ent t. Or. s>i i 0 t errri mod. O +etti LEGALS .e> le..el .r wr !

FOR OF TAX APPLICATION DEED NOTICE' OF( INTENTION: : TO rida, and file the original with filed against you and you are Norsworthy, Deceased and For Bradford County seal of said Court on July 6, and postofflce address of the
Notice Is REGIS rKK: FICTITIOUS :NAME; the clerk of the above styled required to serve a copy of NOTICE OF PROBATE CIVIL ACTION 1971. claimant and must be swornto

Marie Smith Hereby, the holder Given of, that the Notice Is hereby given that court on or before August 2, your written defenses !If any To All Persons Interested In Edward MalvIn Powell and Gilbert Brown by the claimant, his agent,

following certificates has filed the undersigned, under the proVisions 1971. to it, on the plaintiffs attor- The Estate of Said Decedent: Janet Marie Powell, his wife As Clerk of said Court or his attorney, or It will become -
said of Chapter 20,953 Lawsof ney, whose name and addressIs You are here notified that a void according to law
to be certificates Issued for a tax deed Horlda, Acts of 1941, will Gilbert S. BrownAs Hon.l George; 11. Pierce, 203- written Instrument purportingto Petitioners.ADOPTION By: Beulah M. MoodyAs 25th June, A; 1971/
thereon. The certificate register with the. Clerk of the Clerk of said Court 205 N. Temple Avenue, Starke be the last will and testa- NOTICE OF SUIT- NO PROPERTY Deputy Clerk / j '
numbers and years of Circuit Court, In and for Bradford Florida and file the original with
Issuance the ment of said decedent has been (Court Seal)) Seletta Thomas,
Property,, and description the of the Count! ', I r lorlda upon proofof Ry: Beulah M. Moody the clerk of the above styled admitted to probate In this To: James Gorman, 134-1/2 7/8 4t 729In Administratrix of the Estate
which It names In publication of this noticeof As Deputy Clerk court on or before August 9, court. You are hereby com- Magnolia Avenue, l Daytona of Delma Lesley Thomas -
follows: was assessed are as the fictitious name of I OMi-: (Court Seal!) 1971: otherwise a Judgment may manded within six calendar Beach, Florida & Robert How deceased.
Certificate HORN IlKSrAUHXNT:: under be entered against you for the months from the date of the ards 601 14th North, St. Petersburg The X-'oiuity. Issuance DescriptYear of which I lam engaged in businessat 7/8 4t 7/29 relief demanded In the com- first publication of this noticeto Florida. Bradford vounty, lorlda First Publication on July 1 1,1971
of In Estate of Delma les-
t'.S. 301 re:
South SUrke
Brad plaint or petition.WITNESS appear In this court and You are hereby notified that "
Property 9,18 of Blk I ford Counts and the ley Thomas, Deceased :
Florida. hand
in Gahagan SLots. In The Circuit Court, Eighth my show cause, If any you can, an action for Adoption has been NOTICE TO CREDITORS George H. Fierce
Ovid a; Thelma !Norrrnn.; 469 seal of said Court on Julv 6. the action of this Attorney for Administratrix
why courtIn filed and
Name In which assessed Es- West Cull Si, Starke Fla. Judicial Circuit of Florida In you you are All creditors of the estate 1>
telle Adklns Est, Dated this 10th And For Bradford County 1971.GILBERT admitting said will to pro- required to serve a copy' of of Delma Lesley Thomas, Deceased .0. Drawer 1030
day of June BROWNAs
S. bate should stand Starke, Florida
All of said CIVIL ACTION not unrevoked. your written defenses, If any
property being A.D. I9tl at Starke, Bradford Clerk of said Court are hereby notified and
In the County of Bradford Case No. 1134 to it. on,the plaintiffs attor- file claimsor
,State Count\ Florida. required to any 7/8 4t 7/29 .
of Florida. John Burton Harrington, /Theron A. Yawn ney, whose name and addressis demands which they may
By: Beulah M. Moody County Judge,Bradford County George II. Pierce, 203205N.
such certificate 6/17 Plaintiff -vsMary Alice have against said estate In the
certificates shall be redeemed 4tp 7/8 Wardwell Harrington, Defendant As Deputy Clerk Fla. Temple Ave., Starke, Flo- office of the county Judge of ;(p. :
according to law rida, and file the original with IT'S HARD to thai
the property (Court Seal!) Bradford County, Florida, In change
described In such certificate In The Circuit Court Eighth, NOTICE OF SUIT NO PRO- By: Beulah Moody the clerk of the above styled the courthouse at Starke, Florida basic American character. As

or certificates will be sold Judicial Circuit of Florida Inn I PERTYTo 7/8 4t 729In Clerk court on or before August 9, within six calendar witness the"man whose doctor
to the highest bidder at the And For Bradford County : Mary Alice Wardwell 1971; otherwise a judgement may months from the date of the has told Alai to walk for his
7/8 4t 729In be entered against for the
court house door on the first CIVIL ACTION Harrington, Defunlak Springs, you first publication of this notice health and who still takes
Monday In Month of August, Cecelia Sue Lambert,; Plain Florida The County Judge's Courtof relief demanded In the com- Each claim or demand shortcuts: acrou late
1971, which Is the 2nd day of tiffvs- William Eugene Lambert You are hereby notified that Bradford County, FloridaIn The Circuit Court EighthJudicial plaint or petition. must be In writing and must
August, 1971. Defendant. Case No.1109. an action for Divorce has been re: Estate of Reba Andreu Circuit of Florida In WITNESS my hand and the state the place of residence

Dated thIs 16th day of June' Notice of Suit No Property .".. ..
1971. TO: William Eugene Lambert
Gilbert S. Brown You are hereby notified that
Clerk of Circuit Court of an action for Divorce has been

Bradford County, Florida filed against you and you are
6/24 4t 7/15 required to serve a copy' of

your written defenses, If any

IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT to It, on the plaintiffs attorney -

BRADFORD COUNTY, FLA. whose name and addressIs
In Re: Estate of Mrs. Eva Honorable Lex Green Starke
Wood Stump, deceased. Florida, and file the rtztnaiwith
Notice To CreditorsAll the'clerk of the above
creditors of the estateof styled court on or before July
12, 1971: otherwise a Judgementmay 0
Eva Wood Stump deceased re. '
!, be entered ,,, IIVVy I{
are hereby notified and requiredto you
Ole any claims or demands for the relief demanded In the NUH Imprsw

which they may have against complaint or petition. Meet hDMtllpkl
said estate In the office of WITNESS my hand and the ) l e GLF ?A Is keep/ytieAUF.
the seal of said Court on June 14, ,
County Judge of Bradford 1971 live slug s t RWdI .
County, Florida, In the courthouse -
at Starke, Florida, with- GILBERT S. BROWNAs wstrrnM li "w
in six calendar months from Clerk of said Court I i i I n n i / 'ltrt n rn 1 ,

the date of the first publica- tiff, Doll '
tion of this notice. By: Beulah M. Moody (, IemgtlMrltM1lfy

Each claim or demand must As Deputy Clerk I rYt1 kill-spt, r

be in writing and must state (Court Seal!) THE ENTIRE CHAIN IS CELEBRATING THE GRAND OPENING OF OUR NEWEST a a" ''ft'
the of residence
place and post
office address of the claimant, 6/14 4tchg 7/8 STORE, LOCATED AT CHIEFLAND PLAZA; CHIEFLAND. FLORIDA. "" ( '

and must be sworn to by the ,_ INC. 10 pAtT u" ,
claimant, his agent, or his attorney In The County-Judge's CourtIn r l Q YOU *AV Wfc a' Zm

or It will become void, Bradford County VESPRE'fEMININt
And For MIST
according to law. Florida.In SPRAY fRIGID 10" FANS.
First publication: June 17, Probate

1971. File No. 11936In 2.5 OUNCES LIMIT t 2..L2'2 931- b'AA&'
-Lillian Stump, Administrator Re: Estate of Robert R. 'k ?d ., ,.....-' prepared' t lor warmer wnthtr
Estate of Eva Wood Stump, Deceased. -w with s FRIGID FAN. Attractive
Rogan, modern design, In s finished In
Deceased i ,t
All Creditors and Persons r smart baked desert tan.
6/17 4t 7/8 Claims Demands Against Polystyrene safety guard.
6.' '" OOA
Said Estate: x
In The Court of the County You and each of you are here- & UNSCENTED. 1.69 OOV + YOU sAYI 2.00

Judge, Bradford County, Florida by notified and required to pre 13 OZ. LIMIT 2MEDI.QUIK "" "
In Probate.In. sent any claims and demands
Re: Estate of Mable J. which you, or either of you, AEROSOL EAGLE
Fletcher, deceased. may have against the estateof
and Per- ROBERT R. ROGAN, deceased -
To All Creditors
sons I Having Claims or Demands late of said County, 3 0l. LIMIT 2 93C 2 RING POOLS
to the County Judge of Bradford -
Against Said Estate: ,_ ,
You and each of you are c.County, Florida, at his "
hereby notified and requiredto office In the courthouse of said r"INfAN TS EAGLE
present any claims and demands County at Starke, Florida,With- FREE PR A WING!
which you, or either in six calendar months from SUNSUITS ( g. BASEBALL
the time of the first publication r
of you, may have against the X
of this notice. Two copies Plastic llned.Aderable '
estate of Mable J. Fletcher, GLOVES Sale fun f for the small fry. Lets
deceased, late of said County, ; of each claim or demand r .- styles. Selection of ; w, tr, of room, but not too deep. Two
to the County Judge of Brad- shall be In writing and shall -': FREE ring design, one jumbo ft sari'

ford County, Florida, at his state the place of residenceand ''r RAWLINGBASEBALL regular Easy to clean 1 dtco-
office In the court house of postofdce address ,of the 8 9, rated cheerfully. ,
said County at Starke, Florida claimant and shall be swornto t 6 -
within six calendar months by the claimant its agent, YOU fAY1210'1. ; Professional
from the time of the first publication or attorney and accompaniedby X Vkv Model.
of this Notice. Each a filing fee of one dollar Jerry ,
claim or demand shall be in and such claim or demand not Stephen
writing', and shall state the so filed shall be void.. Top Grain Cow 1
y: hide & rawhide 'r
place of residence and post /sOdell F. Rogan- Sint yri
office address of the claimant ., Executrix of the Estate of 2'6 lacing. tAYt 1.3t
and shall be sworn to by Robert R. Rogan deceased ,
the claimant, his agent, his EAGLE .. ;..
attorney, and any such claim or Myron Prevatt EAGLE VINYL
demand not so filed shall be Attorney at Law / ?
Keystone Heights Florida LAWNtlFOOD
Attorney for the Estate Balanced
so. ft. /formula of
Genevieve Administratrix J. SteeleAs of the Es- 7/1 4t 7/22 Floral. ._ tp T esstnllal nutrients, ,,ft*."-. ,5" X 29"pri

tate of Mable J. Fletcher, de- Elastic I ..rte 'for proper \ .

ceased. In The County Judge's Courtof 4 wilt: ,, ,,,.r NaT'f T EAGLE growths SAYt' 10'r
Wilson .
Richard J.
FloridaIn Sites 1'EX. NI color.
Bradford County, Pressure
-a \
II Attorney West for University Avenue re: Estate of Eva G. Sullivan : w b l r e e ear se
Deceased. 1
Gainesville Florida 32601 uDUlO
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll ..-' .;.:::. !, .
creditors of the estate ----
7/1 4t
of Eva G. Sullivan, deceased!, v'nyl
are hereby notified and required YOU 11AVI 39% ,;ypp 1.197 2 9t One side striped a mien.

In The County Judge's Courtof to file any claims or other solid.
Bradford County, FloridaIn demands which they may have YOUR CHOICE! Special
re Estate of Eva G. Sullivan against said estate In the office 1 beam '
deceased. of the county judge of sM SWIM construction +,
PROBATETo County, Florida, In
NOTICE OF Bradford lor extra
All Persons Interested In the courthouse at Starke, Florida / 96 RINGS slrenclh.'i .
The Estate of Said Decedent: within six calendar
You are hereby notified thata months from the date of the 0 Two ring mm,
written Instrument purporting first publication of this notice. MEN'S in solid colors.
to be the last will and tes- Each claim or demand must be + Split tail swim ;: r
tament of said decedent has In writing and must state the 1.d WHITE rings w colorful -; + 'titiv};

been admitted to probate in place of residence and post- / printed. .

this court. You are hereby office address of the claimantand DUCK-
commanded within six calendar must be sworn to by the f% : MEN'SNYION 1.
months from the date of the claimant, his agent or his attorney PANTS tAYE 45 7 >
first publication of this noticeto or It will become void .

appear In this court and according to law. 1 y SANFORIZE : ., .. nr tb
can, June 14 1971 A.D.
show cause, if any you ,
why the action of this courtin Wanda Griffis Curtis
admitting said will to pro- Executrix of the Estate of CASUALS

bate should not stand unrevoked. Eva G. Sullivan, deceased
ill CenrrVtaUe r
/./ Theron A. Yawn First publication on July I, l i fei r eety gtinftasMl 'I,

County Judge 1971.George H. Pierce I MactlMwaikable. MEN'S OR LADIES' SUNGLASSES 37 WOMEN'S wear. f l .
By: Beulah Moody .. : Nyles ,t.d ;. .
Clerk 203-203: N. Temple Ave. slu rr
Deputy Starke, Florida 1 Oeskletilled 02., wI'e selection et escorted styles shapes.MEN'S CROSS STRAP ;Dar r Jt. a 1

First publication on July 1, Attorney for Executrix '

1971George II.., Pierce Zlptet clesuroi l leep ( r r fr s4 r .
Ave. 7/1 4t 722In watt Csssslly till T-SHIRTS e .
203-205 N. Temple ered. PoswlM slies. Distinctively J a t r J ( ;
Starke, Florida 32091 ./ styled In quality r' tya yra f
Short sleeve I full ? f Asserted
Attorney for Executrix The Circuit Court Eighth r- vinyl. Black ,
rat. White enly.100', it fe tiers.
7/1 4t 7/22 Judicial Circuit of Florida In 3 brown. r
T99 soft cembeel eenen.Slies cYOU flat in/11/ ,
And For Bradford County euv' SML. tI r CetkleieNOTICE
CIVIL ACTION \ S'10. ,; ; :
NOTICE Willie' Mae Hayes Plaintiff YOU Cn/e Deb,', ,
-vsWilliam Mickey Hayes, /: sAyt "YOU$AYI 1.Q0 .
TIlE BOARD OF TAX AD- Defendant sax r

JULY 19, 1971, at 9:30 A.M. PERTYTo
In the Board of County Commissioners : William Mickey Hayes 1e 4 I ISINIdlt7101p
Room, to' hear You are hereby notified that t
complaints of their Assess an action for Divorce has been < 1 1 !i

ments. filed against you William Mick- eM
ey Hayes and you are requiredto

7/8 2t 7/15 serve a copy of your writ ,1/4 llorar Mt
ten ,,defenses, If any to it, on
BIO PENS. Ball Point at- the plaintiffs attorney, whose

fin*. Bradferd Ce at> Tetelfph. name and _address Is Hon.
George H. Pierce, Starke, Flo-

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; Music Mrs.JIermina Cole Roy R. Mathews ;:

Park Draws Services Held Services Held

Holiday Crowd AlMelro&eMrs. In Palatka

Hermlna Cole. 79, of
Henry Rutland of Thomas- Melrose, died Thursday, July I, Roy R. Mathews 74, died t ti
ville Ga. wan the $50 cash In a Gainesville hospital. She Monday night in the Palatka
award In the Old Time FId- was born on March 4, 1892 Memorial Hospital after brief
dlers Contest during the July In Germany and attended the Illness
9.4 Celebration at the Blue Episcopal Church In Melrose. Mr Mathews was in the dairy :
Crass Special' Country Music She was a member of the Mel- business in Starke from 1936to
Park near Lawtey.Fourteenyearold. rose Woman's Club and Ite- 1943 and was responsible for CONGREGATIONAL: HOLINESS!: CHRISTAT .-
Wilson from the local area, Surviving are her husband, ized milk sold in the city. lIe Sunday School 9:48 422 N. St, Clair St. Starke.. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. MISSION MELROSE
won the $20 prize In the Hog Francis R. Cole of Melrose; was a charter member of the Morning Worship II a.m. Youth ajn. Sunday School, 10 ajn. MornIng Morning Worship l II ajn.Youth U.& SOl North, behind Tabs -
Calling Contest, and Junior one son, Ralph F. Reixeiman, Starke Rotary Club. After sell- Service 6:00 p.m.EY8nInIrWo. Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Fellowship. 6pjn.Choir Prac Frees Drive In, Sunday Schedule of Services:
Cross, 13,I of Brunswick Ga. Alstead Center New Hampshire ing his dairy here Mr. Mathews ship 7 p.m.Thursday. Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night" tice, Wednesday 8 pjn. School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser Sunday Bible' Study 11:00 10:00:
won $10 In the greasy-pole ; and one slater and one \ moved with his familyto night Prayer Meet Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch vice.: U a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer ajn. Morning Worship a.
climbing contest. The Watermelon brother living In Germany. Palatka where he was the 7:30 Meeting, Friday, 7:30: p.m. Service: 7:30 p.m. Wednes m. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.
Eating Contest, scheduled Funeral services were held Greyhound Bus Station agent :Ivy p.m.Luke Pastor __Rev. Y.W. Kldd pastor CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH All other Evenings8OOpmi
for Sunday afternoon was at 4 p.m. Saturday In Trinity before retiring several years day.Leroy OUve, pastor, E.L. HAMPTON CHRIS'HAN

rained out., Episcopal Church Melrose ago. He was a member of the SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn Grlffls, associate: pastor. CHURCH
A total of 77 musicians per- with Rev. William Poppell officiating. First Presbyterian Church of BAPTIST CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST ing Worship, U.Training Union Sudsy School 10 a.m. Mom-

formed during tie( two-day Blue Palatfca. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Sunday School 9:30: ; Training 6:30. Evening Worship 7:30.: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH lag Worship U a.m. Evening
Crass Country and Gospel audience Show Surviving and James are three Mathews sons.boUt Roger : Sunday School. 10 ajn Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Wor- LeRoy Dalrymple, Pastor BROOKER Worship, -James Shaw, pas-
before an estimated A. J. Merrer. Jr. Preaching, 11 ajn. Training U. tor.
Evening Worship Sunday School 10 Wor-
spectators from Florida of Palatka; and Eddie Mathews, ship 11 a.m.; ajn.
2,500 and neighboring states. ServiwsToBe Gainesville; two daughters, alai 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship 730! p.m.i; Prayer Meeting 7:30: BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ship Services. 11 a.m. and 7
The park ,management expressed Held In KentuckyAlbert Mrs. Martha Hood Palatka and 7 p.m.Everyone welcome. Wednesday. Sunday School 10 a.m. Moraine pjn. Training Union 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH 1,
surprise and pleasure Mrs. Margie Dowllng Starke; -Wilbur Dyess pastor. Pastor Rev Robert West. Worship. U a.rn.1 Evening Rev Lacy Conway Pastor BROOKER. FLA. i'

at the number of business and J. (Jack) Mercer, 54, one brother, Joe Mathews, Worship 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Rev. Jim' Temple pastor.Sunday -
Fruitland, Mo. two sisters CHURCH OF GOD Meeting, 30p.m.. School 10 ajn. Ron Bristol -
professional people who are a former Instructor In the Brad- ; NEW RIVER BAPTIST Wednesday GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH
being attracted to the shows.Among ford County School system,died Mrs, Edna Turnure and Mrs. OF PROPHECY BROOKER Sunday School 10 MornIng -Rev. J.C. Saunders, pastor ,Sunday School, 10 ajn. Mor- Superintendent.Training
the spectators last week- Monday at his home In Gainesville Archie Poston, both of Dune- Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning : a.m. ning orehp, U a.m. and 7 nlon, 6:45: P.m. Lowell Douglas
end was an attorney from South after a brief Illness.A din; 17 grandchildren, and five Worship 11 ajn. Young Worship mll a.m. Training MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Director. Worship Services, II
Union 7 .
Miami, a doctor from the University native of Martwlck. Ky., greatgrandchildren.Funeral People's Service, 0.. p.m. ,8 pjn. Wednesday Evening Night Worship Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday pjn.Rev..John Ross, pastor ajn., 7:30.: Larern Outlaw,mu-
of Florida, and a special Mr. Mercer had been teach- services were held Evangelistic Service, service, 7:30 School U a.m., Morning Worship sic director
guest Will McLane, well ing In Dade Junior College MIami at 10 a.m. Thursday in Masters Wednesday Prayer Mating, welcome. : p.m. Everyone 6 p.m. Training Union
known author and song writer since leaving Starke sew Funeral Home Palatka, 7:30: pjn. Come and worshipwith L.L. Tp.m. Evening Worship EVERGREEN BAPTIST HEILBRONN BAPTIST
Parker pastor Northwest of
whose "Wild Hog" number wasa eral years ago. At the present followed by interment In the us. Wedneada1-7:30Pn1erSer-: Highway HIGHWAY 16 N..
hit about ten years ago. time he was working on his Palatka Cemetery. -Rev. Bobby Harris, pastr vices Lawtey. Sunday School 10 Sunday a.m. CHURCH hoot, 9:43: a.m..
Morning 11:15.
doctor's degree at the Univer- -Rev. Bob Cooper, Pastor
The next event at pork GREATER Service 7:30 Morning Worship 11. Training
: p.m.
will be a Blue Crass Specta- sity of Florida. He was a retired Services FREE WILL Sunday School 10 ajn. Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Service ,
Held BAPTIST Wednesday Prayer Meeting,
contin- senior master CHURCH Morning. Worship 11 sun Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST
cular-- five hours on sergeantIn Cor. Ash A CHURCH 7:30 Albert 7:30. Midweek Prayer
uous music; on Saturday July the U.S. Air Force, and For Miss Wallace School. 9:30 Chestnut Sunday; Services (Booster Band, Young Sunday School, 9:45: ajn.; p.m. Rev Knight Service 7:30.
17, starting at 7:30: p.m.Among was a member of the Chris- II; League: 4pjn.NIgfatSerWM; Morning Worship People, and Prayer Service), 6 Morning Worship U ajn.Evening pastor .Rev. L. Tommy ,Howe ,
the outstanding performers will tian Church. p.m. Evening Worship 7 ; .Prayer pastor
be The Lewis Family, nation- Survivors Include his widow Miss Susan (Nan) Wallace, pjn. -- Rev. Jasper Williams Midweek Service, Wednesday Meeting and Bible Study; 7 LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH
ally known stars of radio TV, Mrs. Rita M. Mercer, Gaines 77, of Starke, died Monday pastor. 7:30: pjn. Rev. John Strickland, p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; '
and recordings, and the Blue ville; a daughter, Mrs. Leslye morning in Bradford County Pastor G.F. Prevatt pastor. Everyone Morning Worship II a.m.Even CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST '
Ridge Gentlemen, plus Georgia Murray, Morehead State University Hospital after a long Illness. FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome. Ing Worship, 7:30 p.m. Midweek OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
champion fiddler Henry Rut- Ky. his mother Mrs. She was born In Dillon, S.C. STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Bible Study Wednesday, 1404 E, Bessent Road
land, and the Rose City Doys. Virginia E.; Mercer CentralCity : on November 13 1893, and had Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning. (Highway 100 at Theressa) 7:30: pm. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a,
lived In Starke since 1942. She Worship 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School- Morning _Be in church Sunday. m. Sunday Sch""I:" I 10 a.m. Sac-
Ky., one sister and two ajn. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
was a retired church secretary MYF groups 6 p.m. 11 Train Frank Jarvis rar-ulft") 6 p.m.
brothers. Worship a.m. Service Sunday School pastor.
and a member of the Starke Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Sunday : Monday Mia 7:30
11- Funeral services were scheduled ing Union 6:30: p.m. { Even- 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, pjn.
-...::.',::: for 2 p.m. Thursday at First Presbyterian Church. 7 pjn.Prayer Meeting Ing Worship- 7:15 p.m. 10:45 ajn. Evening Service,7:15 Tuesday Primary 4:30: pjn.
f'II She is survived by one nephew 7:30: ; Chancel: Choir Rehearsal Services Wednesday Relief Society: ,
O Tucker Funeral Home Chapel, and two Wednesday Night Prayer pjn. Youth Group Meeting,Sunday ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC
nieces. 7:30
... ,, Central City, Ky.Savings : 7:30: pjn. Rev Merle 6:30: pun. CHURCH, MACCLENNY p.m.
Funeral services were i"-... -DeWitt T. Farabee. Jr. Jesse D. Branson Branch:
pester minister Sunday Mass 12
,:. -J.C. Brown, noon. Holy
at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Jones President
b.-oe-::? Bonds Memorial Chapel with Rev. LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL fey: Mass 5:30: p.m.

Robt D. Burch officiating Interment -
Sales Are
In searching greater followed in Evergreen r----------------------------------
happiness in life; we may lookto Cemetery, Jacksonville. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; ,
things, for Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth
other or
persons Savings Bonds sales In Brad- Service 6 Evening Wor-
; :
the answer. We may think ford County totaled $18.56 In I ship 7 p.rn. GOING UP. I
happiness depends on friend. May according to S.L. Peek, Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 .
ships with other But in our Jr., volunteer county chairman.The p.m. I J
search have we looked in the county attained 47.9 per NEWS ABOUTSERVICE -Rev. W.B. Chauncey,pastor. I A building is being erected. It Is made of strong material, steel and concrete. The
right place in our own cent of Its 1971 sales goal on
foundation is firm and The edifice I. built
is withinus. May 31.The NORTHSTDE BAPTIST deep. to endure
heart? Happiness
It is state of mind, a feeling county chairman noted MEN CHURCH I t
a When look that the cash value of SeriesE Sunday Morning Worship : We need to build our homes to endure. They need a strong foundation. They need

to God In our for heart.happiness,we we findit Shares and II outstanding Bonds and In Freedom the nation Evening 9:45: ; Sunday Worship School, 6 pjn., 11. Train-Sunday to be built on the rock of Christ. Psalm 127:1: reads; Except' Hit Lt-itl build 1 the ,

In the everyday things in on May 31 reached an all- Ing Union, 7:30.Thursday : "house, they/ labour in vain that''' build it," Attend church regularly that your house

life. Happiness is peace of time peak of$53.4 billion A.J. Paul, son of Mr. and Teachers and Officers may be instructed in the ways of the Loud.I 1. ,
mind, and the realization that Savings bond sales In Florida Mrs. A, Francis Paul of 749N. Meeting, 6:30. Prayer
God satisfies every longing in during the first five monthsof Lake St., Starke, has returned Meeting 7:30.Edward: ,
our heart and fills our life 1971 were up $9.1 million from a year's tour of C. Harvey, pastor. I
with good over the same period last year, duty In Vietnam. This Is his 1
second tour In Vietnam and he PINEHILl CONGREGATIONAL I t
will now be''assigned to Fort METHODIST CHURCH M..
__UP _UMueaaBBue usvafla eBiBB W BIBIM_1----. .. irri.eREVIVAL' -, Colorado.Carson'In roioradoSprings" '*,' ing1 Sundajr'Worship School 11 a.m.10 a.m.Youth Morn Servfc' :> : aw-4 4 t"
w t
Mr. Paul has served In the 6 pjn. Evening Worship '
regular Army for 21 years, 7:30: p.m. : '
and has been wounded four times Rev. Neal Starling, pastor. ,
and holds many medals. He Is
I t.
married to the former JoanA. ,
/ Sayles of Newport, R.I. and AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 1 I,
New, River Baptist Church they have four sons and one Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mom- I '
daughter, ranging In age from Ing Worship 11 Wed.. I t.
5 to 17 years. Worship, 7 ; Prayer I
Meeting and Bible Study I.I I..
JULY 12 18 7 .p.m. Young Peoples Meet. I t '_.
f-r every Monday, 7 pjn.
Navy Fireman Donald K. G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Every ,
Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. one Welcome.
Services Begin At 8:00p.ra. D.K. Jackson of Route I Starke, I I
recently graduated from recruit It
training at the Naval CHURCH STARKE It t It

EVANGELIST Training Center In Orlando. Father James Cregan,pastor. I o t
lie Is a 1970 graduate of Brad- Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday ,
Rev. Gene KeithOf ford High School. Mass, 10 ajn. Holy Day Mass, I a II t

7 p.m I
Confessions -- Saturday 6 I
GainesvilleHomecoming pjn. I II.
PFC George D. Miller, 17, School of Religion: I.,
son of Mrs. Josephine Miller Grade School -- Sunday U '

( July 18th Route 2, Starke, was recently a.m. to 12 noon. lilt 0I0Md II 501'.."..... ," iIIlNt..'..IN............-hhAlhN".. \\\N J7ft "
| assigned to the 171st Infantry High School -- Wednesday .r"d.healwwd..._I It..psidIs. ..MIMMhwMAMW5. .. ..- ....... I Irah .:..
Brigade, Fort Wainwright, 7 to 8 p.m. ... ..-, m ... hew. II t..hid w wNlr. M w.,II N.. vi .h.e 1:; 9.
With Dinner On The Ground Alaska. He Is assigned asa ,."...,tut Hit.hiitoni oNdl M ktM. "-wi!Y.al/n.6a.. T.dw... ,,ww :. : t :..,.
mechanic in Co. B, 171st Sup ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL .in. .aSd./,1.. / ,.-.d.l/,0.a.dIa.Iiia.. d 'lJ t
port Bn. of the Brigade. CHURCH STARKE II .I4wl1.d. .. !WI ./.rh.. ..,... .rM. .........mrj..... ....&..a..Odd ..d ,.- wM ."
Everyone WelcomeL.L. Sunday School, : ,**.!, In Ikt. Own*I...W ,WH It*Inn....,-'I a.,ton...4 fcrinn.. *.M ':
Holy Eucharist, let and ... 'Oil
3rd I ""lcll .II 1.Iw" It II. II hid :'
TieoT Sundays, 11 ajn. Morning Pray c..._...r.. I :
( er, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday ::
Parker Pastor 11 AeHIa -- wwwwwwa
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M. Flvnn Rector STARKE "66" [: I

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",, 4 ")}olnlC nothing Is the most! Holy Eucharist, lat and 3rd / EST Kill Edwnrdx i Ph. 964-7231 .::

.. \ tiresome job in the world, because Sundays, 10 a.m.Morning Prayer =': '
. I ,ri 'L'ttVc: \, t : you can't quit and rest! !P" 10, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday, ONTIOL Tire Truing i;:

a.m.John Headlight Adjusting
FIRST BAPTIST CHUPCH M, Flynn, Rector 6 mss. q. i
I STARKE Brake Service ;;

: Opportunities for service: GRACE BAPTIST I Carl Hunt Phone 964-6111 Wheel Balance and ;:rj j
: : SundayBrotherhood meetingand CHURCH, STARKE ...
Breakfast 7:30: a.m.; Sun- Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mor- :539! E. Call 81. Starke, Kla. AlignmentAIR /
day School, 9:45; Morning Worship ning Worship at 11. Training 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE
; ; at 11; guest speaker Rev. Union, 6:30: p.nu Evening Worship I'hone 964-5745 for FREE CONDITIOH\ SERVICE :
W.B. Johnson Church Train- I Hlway 301 and 100 -
7:30.: Wednesday Prayer and Estimate
I II ing, 6:15: ; Evening Worship Inspections AH Minor Repair ::
Meeting, 7:30.: --Rev. Leon T.
I '7:30, guest speaker, Rev. W, *10 S. Temple Starke
: Odom, Jr., pastor. :
&\ B. Johnson. 617 N. Temple '\\.. ,:

MondayTrustees Meet" 5:30 .
I p.m., Youth Choir Practice at M
Bethel Baptist Church 7.Tuesday- Helen Masters BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE EDWARDS <..
Group meets at church, 9:30: Sunday School 9:45: ; Morn- ,
I Kif a.m. Young Musicians Choir, Ing Worship II; Training Union SUPPLIES. Inc. Grocery and Market ABSTRACT'CO. .
ML oarSUNDAY 2 Ida Darby Group meetsat '.
r p.m. 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle
I home of Mrs. J.A. Griffin, 7:15; Evening Worship. 7:30.: Featuring AM Hardware Grocerlea: Meat -Feed I lietter Service For Your ::
2:30: ; Lorena Epperson Group MondayYouth Choir Practice -
i JULY 11 { meets at 3; Ethel Biggs Group ; Choir Practice for Grades Complete. Paint Supplies GAS AND 011. Title. Problem. =:
meets at home of Mrs. C.A. 37
I Darby 7:30; Brownlee Group :HrednesdayPrayer Meet- and Sporting Good Jack and m.d,* EdwardsU. Abstract ;:
I meets at home of Mrs. E.D. Inr. 7:30: : Church Choir Prac- ','
SPECIAL; S. 301 South Stark Till Insurance
Tenly Sr., 7:30.:
; WednesdayFamily Night Meeting 8:30: Check With U. Pint"

I Supper, 6 p.m. Youth Choir pjn.Denton- Sumrall pester Zit W-aten' St. 4-5270 PHONE 944-5312 11514 W. Call Ph. 964-6SM
I "A", 6:15: ; Prayer Meeting and .

SINGING j R.A. Meeting, 6:30 p.m. Tea ,.}"..':..::>:>u."::.:;:< .:..: :.::.:'.,:.,....,."..:,:}r.::":=::.:" ,::mt".Mi: ; :: :::
chers and Officers Meeting !
7:15; Church Choir Practice BE IN YOUR PLACE of wor- '.

L Everyone Welcome 8:15.:ThursdayVisitation, 7 p. God ship for Oils the Sunday privilege.and Thank Owned By' Those We Serf In Twelve Northeast Florida Count.le* "Helpht Our Heather Uv lietter :;

m.Practice College 7:30.and Career Choral RMctrtc.B.-K.y.l.a. Helfht. *-PBM 4734911founy .;

it !! -W.A. Hogan. pallor .'

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE : 3,500 Enjoy Beautiful9 .

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'to .. "llw.mINDIAN July at Keystone

Keystone Hilites I IB
: --', f'I IJIIJ, Keystone Heights annual

GLORIA REDFEARN (Lake Slate Fe) --4' "Our Country Day" celebra-
tion oi July 9 was "..lmplybeauWul"
CUUy )
Pleote Call 473-3288 or 4734182U.S. f3 ffo By' l Pbo.e Michael.75-1111 H. SSft ->, .>--- -- ..'._ ........ In the opinion of
Jim Wharton, general chair-
POSTAL, SERVICE A doll's bed by Mrs. D.B. >.: : :" man of events and some 3,500
Lynn of Melrose was most pop (Held over from last week) spectators seemed to agree.
.On 'Thursday, July I I. a Pos- ular craft entry.. Braving the threatening weather -

tal Service Day Celebration: was All of these were awardeda Well raise the LordI Yes and a brief downpour
held at the Keystone Heights blue ribbon.A that's what I said. Why Well the crowds flocked: to Keystone
Post Office. This new service red ribbon went to Mrs. among the other millions of Beach to attend the- Independence -
began on July 1 and each cus- Olivia E. Lay of Palatka for reasons for the marvelous gift Day party sponsored by
tomer was given an envelope her macrame' hanging. I received Friday afternoon n the civic clubs of 'Keystone
commemorating the day. A white ribbon was awardedto from my Lord. When the mall w: pCM1U Heights.
Stamps could be purchased for Harry Hazen for bust of came Friday I received two
tho envelope and cancelled to The day's activities were
a child. heavy boxes. When I opened .
be kept as a memento. .i centered around a Rotary Club
Mrs. Henry Schuber, chaIr- them I found a 54 volume com-
Postmaster Gladys Tillls man of the Arts and Crafts plete set of books by Evangelist '. fish fry where close to 900
served and
presided over the show wishes to thank her committee Oliver Greene, who Is a persons were more
ceremony.The than $1100:
Invocation was given by Mrs. F.M. Smith, Mrs. great Radio Evangelist and Bible was grossed, according -
to Wharton.
Rev. Stewart McCord Pastorof Jay Ellis and Mrs. Fred Wiles Teacher. Along with the
the Community Church and and all the club members who set of Brother Greene's beautiful Most of the money will be

,, the benediction by Rev Lawrence served as hostesses. A special family Bible complete with ",:,!," "" used to help finance the Ro
Carroll, Pastor of the thanks to Mrs. Charles New- Cyclopedia Index and Concor- tary-sponsored swim program.
First.:Baptist Church They man for co-ordinating the exhibit dance (covering every subject), which got under way Tuesday
were Introduced by Mlas Tillls. .,. TiUer-llgen and many other helps. The entire Il and will continue dally this
Miss Tillls told a little package !Is valued at $350 week and next. "The rest will
about what the new Postal Ser- FLEA MARKET EngagementMr. and the best part Is someone be given to worthwhile causes,
vice will do for Its customers Just a reminder that the post- else paid for 1C It Is wonderful Selgler Farm's "Sens of Liberty" took the grand l prize In Keystone's Boat. such as the YMCA." accord-
and emphasized the Importance KOP event, the "flea market" and Mrs. Jack Holmes to know that I have a Lord 0-Rama last Saturday. ing to Wharton.,
of using zip codes. She Introduced will be held on Saturday July Tiller, of Germantown, Tenn., who not only saved my soul
all employees of the local 10, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at announce the engagement of and has a prepared place wattluff Melton spent the day with me .. Highlighting the evening activities
Postal Service Mri. Martha the Masonic Building behindWatson's their daughter Terri Lane to for me. but also provide after church and we enjoyedthe . Thomas, Mrs. Clara Belle Food Store. Rent a Mr. Donald Wayne ngen) of our every need. I truly feel lake. display staged from the
Bradley Mrs. Edna Baker stall for $2.50. Long tables Memphis Tenn., formerly of sorrow compassion for anyone ; Friday and Saturday guestsof middle of Lake Geneva. The
Mrs. Settle Sprow Mrs. Ann are 50C extra or bring your Keystone Heights. who does not know the complete Lamar and Gladys Malphurs J\ a 1A. show which lasted more than
Cooper Don Shackleford and own.Free overwhelming Joy of being were their son, Raymond and l-au: : an hour capped the day's activities -
Lee Womble. Former employees admission all browsers The wedding will take placeon Saved and serving the living wife Nancy and children of Jack .. which ran from 4 In
who were introduce were: welcome. There will be Saturday Aug. 14, at the Lord. (Please read Rev. 3:20 sonville. the afternoon to 10 at night.
Mrs. Marge Tracy Mrs. Lois a snack bar. Second Presbyterian Church In & Jn. 1:12). Again I fy. Praisethe Mr. and Mrs J.C. Carlton '
Walker Mrs. Lou Tlmmtns. This Is a painless way to Memphis. Lord! celebrated: their 25th Wedding The water ski 'show, which
Helen clear closets and cupboards of featured more than 20 local
Mrs. Wlldt, Mr*. Inez Anniversary last Tuesday.Congratulations -
Miss Tiller Is the grand- Donald LaPrellof
skilers saw
useful but no longer necessary
Mrs. Zee Totes !
and items daughter of Mrs Ernest W. PERSONALSTuesday White Sand Lake take off
Mrs. Hazel McKay woo was McCain of Germantown, Tenn. night, my parents Mrs. Regina Hall and Jo Nell "lI from the shore barefooted,
unable to attend McCain and James and Cricket, visited A. Blackburn of Savannah, Ca.
GAME NIGHT and the late Mr. much to the dellghtofthe cheer-
Mrs. Bradley bad composeda Play the game of your choiceon Mr. and Mrs. T. Grady Tiller B. and Katie Howard of Starke. and were Mrs.weekend George guests of Mr. I I Ing crowd. '*. "*
song with a stanza about Friday at 8 p.m. at theWoman' of Decatur Ga. She attended Wednesday morning. Mama Ellis
and Terry Parker High SchoolIn went to the Alachua General Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carroll A colorfully decorated boat,
each employee accompanied Club. Bring your and children
herself on the ukelete. cards, scrabble sets andgames Jacksonville. After graduating Hospital and brought Granny of Jacksonvillewere owned by Selgler Farms won
weekend guests of Chick the grand prize trophy as well
you enjoy. Admission $1.25. from Germantown High Copeland home after a 10-day
Mayor Ray Starnes made a Mrs. John bird will accept School Germantown Tenn., she stay to have tests run.Gramy'sdoing and Frances Hurst. as a trophy for' the most historic -
Mr. and
few comments about the growth reservations 4734709. Home- attended North Florida Junior pretty; good now, and says Mrs. Kenneth Petty; entry. Entitled ."Sons of

,ef the town and the Importance made Ice cream will be served College. It's sure good to be back home. and last daughter weekend with of St.J.D.Cloud and spent Done ---,-__ .w____ ,,__. ._u_.,_.__. Liberty."depleted the boat and the Its Boston passengers -
6f the Postal Service end em Saturday mortng we were
ployees. Boy Scout Troop 109 for refreshment. Mr. Ilgen) Is the son of Mr. visited by Aunt Teenle Cren- Tom Carlton and and daughter Sherri. Jiffy Store's "Ice. Bear" won the trophy for being the Tea Party of American Revolution -
and Mrs. Frank Ilgen) of Keystone Barbara Fowler and days.
the Ceremony shaw and and his
Flag Raising Jerry
conducted STORK SHOWER son
Heights Ho Is the grandson daughters of Jacksonville are mo.. original In the boat parade.smsa .
and the Pledge of Allegiance girl-friend Janet Bristow of
Mrs. Mark Starling (Kitty Four other trophies. were awarded -
of Mrs. Thomas D. Bry- spending this week in the Larder
American was led Legion by Tom Post Bryantof 202. was given honored by Mrs.with Raymond a baby shower Farris -- ant of Keystone and the late Gainesville.Mrs. lake cottage. 3 :::::#:;*::iia&i y.NX!;. va:::::*::::::{::T;*!:}::&m:::!::::;:::Wjj::mww' (; ::; :(: :; ::' fr4..:YFlorida ... .v._:::%. .: boat In various"Our categories.A Coun-.

Mr. O.K. Klttrell, and the late Wessle Saxon and son Mrs. Lillian Norwood visited captioned,
t Refreshments were served and Mrs. Bill German at Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. ngen) Eddie of Hampton, picked me Mrs. Annie Deegan-ln Alachua Land Boom {. try Salutes America" owned
the home of the latter on WhIte of Spring Pa. General Saturday. by George Richardson, took the
Mill Hospital
Immediately after the ceremony up Friday night and we attended -
by Girl Scouts: of Troop 21!, Sands Lake last Wednesday eve the Commencement for Vacation Mrs. W.V. Argo and daughter I' Gave Young Keystone prize for most patriotic while
lad were donated by the Jun- ning. The 20 guests attending Upon graduation 'from Keystone Bible School at Hampton and Mrs. Jimmy Faulknerand ,,?::. the entry of Donnie and Patty;
enjoyed several games and Heights High School, Mr. daughter Debbie were week- Trlest won the award for the
ior Woman's Club the Garden Baptist Church. Brother
Club and the Woman's Club. lovely refreshments preparedby ngen attended St. Johns River Charles Cameron and son Chris end guests of Mrs.Beulah Smith A Boost In Growth ilim smallest In the parade.
the hostesses. Prizes were Junior College. He Is employedby and Mrs. Ruby Wolfe.
brought me home and vlstnxl The Jiffy Store's"Icee Bear"
Mrs. William Nail and
lio.P. REPORT won Mrs.by Bill Sumpter. Evans Products Co.In Memphis awhile. My Aunt Clara Sullivan Mrs. Jo Strandberg Mr*. By Tracy W. Baker Larson, as secretary of the took first place as' most original -
where the couple will reside came up Saturday night and Ruby Wolfe and Mrs. Beulah company. and the "most beautiful"
?The KOP Arts and Crafts stayed until Tuesday and Is Smith visited Mrs.Strandberg'ssister Just as the town of Keystone Within a few years of the title went to the entry of the
Show was well attended and LIBRARY coming back the last of the Mrs. Mary Green In Heights was established and the founding of the young town, Sportsmen's Club.
visitors were asked to vote "Laurence A Love week again. She Is enjoying Srooker Saturday. post office: was moved there the great depression of the
for best of each category.' ,_ The local County Library Is De Decoln- "The Shadowof Story"by two weeks vacation. Sunday we Fred and V eraSwearlnpn are from the original town of Brooklyn early 1930's got under way and "" _...or.........,.,..,..
a Story Hour for four were visited by-my Aunt Mll- both enjoying a vacation. ,the Infant received Heights
the Lynx" by' V. Holt and .1".1.?. village : Keystone practically ,
''The winners were: MOII Mato six year old. each Tues- In the Juvenile section "The red Copeland and granddaughter Roy Griffin of Grtffln'a todg quite a boost as a result of came to a standstill,long with [ 'State'ParkS' ,"'
standing entry by popular vote, afternoon at o'clock' ; Brenda of Starke was under the weather lait
'day one Magic'Tunnel" "Magic In My Moody the Florida land boom and the rest of the U.S.
Indian Head by John A. Brun- throughout the summer. There Shoes" "The Lion's, Paw" and and Billy) and Equllla,Moody week. s4 ha. only fished one most of the well known family Mr. Larson along with his Camping Fee
ner sail,of owned Melrose.by Mrs.L.M Pear- will be stories, music pictures many, others. and children of Ocala.: Bucky (Coo't On Neat Poe) names that still exist movedIn wife Clara taught the Keystone -

The most outstanding water games and lots. of fun ...... from various parts of the School for tune or two '"
HERE N' THERE states, and some from Canada. years and, as the writer re-
color Millard The Magic Maze Summer Many families who went
was 40-11. by
Some of the old families that he later elected
members was
Judd of Starke. Reading program Is also In g camping over t the Fourth of
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Duke have 1111 are still here Include the Wal- County Commissioner, then Into their
Forest Fire" by Jew Burt full swing and will be of Interest July weekend pulled
raths, Houser., Pangborns to the State Legislature House
recently returned from a trip to find
DeVaugh of Federal Point won to all children who can favorite state park only
to London England. The trip Birds Stewarts Sangents of Representatives), and Sen-
In the oil category. read. the price of a night In the great
Stanleys and Larsons. All migrated ator from the 29th District.He .
door Mr.
was a prize won by outdoors had gone up $1 since:
For the teenagers this summer Duke through 'the company he 1 In while the natives who was appointed U.S. Inter- this time last year.
the library has a large works for Executive Airlines. t were already here, were the nal Revenue Collector for this
S.E. MCKAY collection* of exciting paper They toured London and saw Bakers Kennedys, Wagners District, and continued his rise Effective July 1, the Depart-
backs. These books are provided many of the beautiful sites Including Forsythes, Cunninghams, Alderman. by being elected State Treasurer ment of Natural Resources
REALTOR for the Youth Experimental by accident, seeing the ., Grlners Heibergers and Insurance Commissioner raised the state park camp-
Project, and are stamped Queen. she rode through Lon and many others who lived In serving through sev- ing fee from $2.50 a night to
YEP to distinguish them from r. the Immediate locality and used eral terms until Ms death. $3.50. Entrance fees for non-
Keystone Hts. 473.4816HOMESACREAGES the ordinary paperbacks.Some don.Mike Brooklyn or Lake Geneva post With the recovery from the campers remained at 25c each.
Hanks local Insurance offices depression In the 1940's, Keystone -
of the new books at the agent, baa returned from a Mr. John Lawrence, for reasons Heights began to wake The State Division of Parka
RENTALS library are: "W.C. Fields and week at the home office of his unknown to the writer up again with the completionof said that camping*fees had to
Me" by C. Monli "The Ad- company In Birmingham Ala. sold an Interest In the Law- paved roads connecting with be raised "because the Leg-
ASSOCIATES ventures of Private- Faust" by Mike attended a New Agents rence Developing Co. to Sen- Gainesville Starke Palatka islature cut us off from any

.tb. 413.4740Col. Hans Klrst, "The Guilt of August School while here. ator Miller of Meadvllle Pa. Jacksonville, the establishment general revenue support this
11I'0". M Ilfin
Tucker who brought In a man of Camp Blending and "
Fielding" by Helen young year.
Welcome to Keystone to Mr.
J. Chciilngton' 413170 "The Blind Side" by F. rl ht from Pennsylvania, J. Edwin )
L. ]. Robinson 411- 1039P Pol- and Mrs. Bruce McRae daughter fit + (Con't On Nut Pose
.-.eh.l' Cmn 41 3-4051 Clifford, "Behold, Here's Tracy and son, Colin who _
son" by, Georgette Heyer moved here from. Fernandina --- .

Beach. 1 t r '

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Mrs.Welcome Sam A.also Shriver to and Mr.daughter. and I Kobert M. Cason Cefetxores/ \ ,

from. Carol Alachua.who moved here 96th Birthday AnniversaryRobert tI, TjHffiPALAMl


M. Cason, formerly I
PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE of Melrose was the honored

guest Sunday, June 17, at a o
takea birthday dinner given at his
t HEIGHTS home on Laurel Street In Pa- ,
latka by Ms children In cel-
rilONE 473.3176 n'I ebration of his 96th birthday ,
sports r anniversary. 0 Highway' 21 North. Keystone Height, Flo.'

#I1 Pictured with him Is Ms wife t

net, Anna Fortner Canon, 84, who t
Is holding the old-fashioned china -
doll that she played with "The
AND WE YOU| ..K as a girl. t

if il'Seducational
Playing our 666 yard chai urse
: Fresh-wat fishing In CrystarSaltwater Mr. and Mrs. Cason were : Of Good '
Gulf & married In Bradford County; Food"I'
v fishing in the i o
their homeIn
Playing| nnis on our all-weather i _. In 1903 and made house
) a "double pen" log
Hunting on nearby private preserves
located the sink hole between -
funds Boating and other water sports actiwM near o
(Bring your own boat to our ramp a Brooker and Graham.County I We would. ., like to take this means thanking, the good people of Keystone. .
They lived In Bradford ;
you need # OR RELAX n: until 1924 when they movedto Heights, Starke and surrounding area for your wonderful patronage during A

On the sun deck beside our fresh \ g Melrose In March of 19158 o our first year of operating the Paladin Restaurant. We feel that we must ,
e Dining In the elegant Plantation Dining they moved to PalaUta to be
e With friends In our intimate Divot Baft o n near their children. have given you good service and good food or you would not have returned

LEAN ON US 100 comfortable, spacious, air condjijpi r s to eat with us time after times We pledge
Located Turnpike Just and north 1-75 from of Tampa the Gold on US CoasCl l9iv 'FI I 41 the It wedding Is Interesting picture to In note the background that- I to please you In the future as we have done in the past. Thank you again.

from the north and south, and US 301, 17 4 and the pictures of t
from Northeast end Central Florida. their four children, each madeat t '
I Today, a college education for the age of five years were The Home Of Fine Food
For further Information J made In the Hoover Bros. Studio -

your children Is a mustl Butdon't phone (collect) now ((904) 4?} In Starke. The antique organ Barbecue Steaks Seafood 0 0o
at right was a wedding t -
deplete the family iaviigj. CORALEE MOORE Sales ct6f,' / gift from Mrs. Cason's par-

Lean on an asy-repay.. eats. Dr. and Mrs. B.T. Fort- '

i ment loan from our bank. ner.their Mr.children and Mrs.still Cason enjoy gathering and- o Try Our Buffet Luncheon :, J:

around the organ and
KEYSTME STATE IANKyjxLC. ; HOTEL & SPORTS RESORT singing old-time tunes. ,

d FROM 11 A... TO 3 P.M. MON. THRU FRI. $1.50
*+ isab.r VtytAaa Heichts, PIa.YOU' P.O. BOX 1116 o CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA. 32629A Mr. and Mrs. Cason have '. \
fond memories of Bradford
Friatlll Bank Ja Your F'1.adlyCoss.vnlty" ; Family Resort many County; and Melrose and CALL IN ORDERS TO GO PHONE 473-9620 t
enjoy having company at their i SL 1
.* *
home in Palatka. # # # # # # # # .est # .SMM

Inlvft I IQ7I. Trlr""nh Pave 13r

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(From Preceding

day, and caught">3 basg. You
know Roy's bad ''off when lie

ain't fishing. FOR SALE, 3 bedroom completely Registered Real
A.J. Thomas,
and ) Mal- FOR SALE
Raymond 'Gladys
CLASSIFIED AD RATES fur. house-- located at Estate Broker Specializing in
Dhurs of Jacksonville) were MARY 610 W. Adklns St. SaH price ,
Parole Hose LEW'SWELDING All Brick HomesWe Estates Individuals
Appraisals for
down at their lake homo over Minimum Chore .... .L7I
$7,000 financing can bA ar?
and Corporate Owners.
die weekend. Both of them had (Cri It words) Best Grade SHOP ranged. Call Bill Powell, Bro- Build Any Price Also general real estate bus

birthdays last week, so the CARTER ker. 964-6464 on 964- 810. Home Anywhere In Fla. Years experience
family came down and they all Each word ever IS-T. Any SI.. Any Color
Whispering!' Pines Jlfp- tfchg WE ARRANGE ALL 'In Florida land matters Tel
celebrated. Happy Birthday tee Extra Charge If Dot
S. Phone 964-5701. Starke Florida tfchg
tel US 301 FINANCING ,
neighbors! paid In advanceCLASSIFIED $3 Pair No. -- ,
PAINTS 961-8252 Low Down Payment ,

ATTENTION FRIENDS! DISPLAY $2 Pair No. UTILITY TRAILERS Over a Hundred Designs HOUSE FOR ..Ie- 3 bedrooms

Christmas Once Cards again All-Occasion I am selling ,..110 Per Inch SAME $1 Pair No. CUSTOM BUILT tr M rt.c oat yinc Tc; Choose From cross and bath street, large from lot. Post Location Office -

cards. Stationary, Christmas Memorials Rolntione. GAS AND ELECTRIC MERRILLCONSTRUCTION and stores. $4,500. Phone
gifts, novelties etc. Anyone Proclamations, etc -7e word 2 Pair for SI Yes WELDING BRAZING Co. '431-1886. 2tchg 7/15

Interested can call 475-1612. PRICE SHEET METAL 3 Miles North of Starkeon
business will be
truly HITCHES U.s..301
appreciated! SO word or less .r ......I.M WANTED
Lawtoy INSTALLED springs. innerspring and foam. Phone 981-8521 1 LPN relief duty full or
That's all for Till next Each
week, may the good now.Lord bless word ever 8 -7e AS tfchg Regular price, =99.95 set This Starke. Fla. tf part time. I RN, 2-day-a-week
$59.95 with trade-in
week, at
relief. Baker County; Nurs-
keep you all. .
Dahmer's Discount.
tfchg ing Home 259-2561 Macclenny -
3 BEDROOM BLOCK home.Saratoga Jacksonville Fla. 1 RN, full time 3-11;
Heights. L.F. Geiger NOTICEStarke JIMMY MOORE'S or relief duty.; --Ed Fraser Me-
1-786-0330, call after 6 p.m. A Hole in Your RoofMOrA BARRETT morial Hospital, 259-2451,
Fla. Boom Itp E. BROWNLEE and Keystone Macclenny, Fla. Itchg

Heights area Customers Water Conditioning MOORE BOAT FOR

(From Pteccedinj& Page) Tractor FOR SALE, price John 9100.00.Deer Con-Cub : Hastings Mattress and Pump Co. YOUR MONEY nlshed FOR RENT-house In bedroom Starke. Nice fur.

Cold Head Branch State Park, tact Elwood Padgett, Rt. 2, Box home $35 mo. No pets. Lake
and Upholstery
the location of Clay Electric 179F Baylesa Highway. 130 Court Street Starke Ph. 964-6791 St. Phone 782-3511. 2tp 7/15

Cooperative headquarters, and 2 tp 7/(1. \ticon Phone 964.5832PLUMBING
In later years the growth of 7lO St. Johns Are.PALATKA Complete Outboard AStern
and IndustryIn J & J Co. Drive Service and USED 10' by 60' 3 bedroom
the poultry egg FOR SALE: 20 acres of land Roofing SUn's
Mobile home. Mobile
this area, with two large and home. Partly furnished. Repair. Complete Fiberglass -
processing plants In the Keystone Bessie 2 Box 68 Phone 964-8778 Homes Sales, Starke Fla.tfchg
.. Crews Rt. made to Ia Open AgainFURNITUR4 Water Conditioners Repair. Custom
vicinity.Of Starke Fla. 2 tchg. your Hlway 301 South built Fiberglasa Fishing
course, the main attrac- 7/8/71. individual hearingrequirements : and Pumps Hlt NOW&r SAV
tion and chief source of revenue WELL DRILLING Boat
at Keystone has been the at no HOUSE PAINTINGReason Repaired Refinished Sales and Rentals)
attraction of the scores of beau TYPEWRITERS: Manual e* additional east. ReupholsteredNEW
Wul lakes In'and around the Electric.: For sale er rent. able. Interior, exterior.First Hourly MATTRESSES Repair Department WATER FRONT LOTS Carrier
or by contract. class
city which has, brought hundreds Bradford County Telegraph. Contact 24 Hoar ServiceT. FOR SALE
workmanship guaranteed.
of "retttees", as per- .......i............ Lonnle Roberta, Ralford. FREE ESTIMATES On Crosby Lake and Crosby Room Air Conditioners
manent residents and hundreds AIDS REPAIRED Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet
V. A. Benefits Weekdays 7 a.m. 4:30: p.m. Call Collect 328.2144 Touch Control Comlort Center
more who are' weekend residents Phone <431-1126. Nights and A. JONES wide 8 feet deep) Located on Two or Three Speed Cooling
or who'come here for LiberalizedFor AINESVILlE HEARINGAID weekends phone 431-1768. State Road 100, 3 miles West Flenble. Air Flow Controls!
summer and winter vacations.In 4tchg 714COMPLETE Electrical Contractor of Starke Fla. Ideal for vaca- Automatic EvenTemp
recent years many beautiful ParentsThe CO. tion cottage, mobile home or Thermostat
new homes have been built Residential And Investment. a Eitri targe Washable Filler,
on Lake Geneva.Brooklyn Lake. enacted Veter- 1137N. W. 23rd Av*. viceCarpets shampooed SEWINGMACHINE Commercial ,Prices start at 1295.00, $200 e. Coiroiion Resistant CasingsModels
recently Wiring
and others and a number of ans Pension Bill, liberalizing Ine...111., Florida 32601 house trailers windows down and $35.00 month for 36 lor Special Windows

added Imposing to new Impresslveness, buildings have benefits being paid to veterans Phone 376.0095 washed floors scrubbed.Phone months (8 1/2 1 simple Inter' as) (low as

their widows and children, 964-5771. Boyd Service tfchg FREE ESTIMATEOn eat).
of the town. Among,, these are Call 964-7701 8 ajn. to 9
the handsome, new, Woman's will also benefit dependent DIxon parents WANTED TO BUY- S-to-lS acre Sales and Service ( Any Job) p.m. weekdays. tf $11900
according to M.T. ,,
Club MEN WANTED for In
Lions Club, Masonic training PFAFF NECCIII
Service tract on or 100 near
Florida Veteran Direc-
Lodge, Municipal; Building, and Starke. Also rental property; highway construction work as New Home LOTS FOR SALE Starke Coif
new sanctuaries ,,for three tor.Income equipment operators, pipe layers Guarantee Work To Be Done
limitations for cer- $5,000 to $8,000'price range Universal & Country Club, ready for SLADE GAS
congngauonsSt Employ- National Electric Code.
church under
etc. Equal By
tain parents of veterans who In or near Starke. Phone 964- building on or for investment.
Anne's Episcopal. First Baptist died In service from 7361. FOa SALE: 7-1/2 HP ment Opportunity Program. $49:50 up Lots area approximately 1/2
and the Community; Churchof vice connected causes or were ser-Increased Wizard like new $75. 14 ft. $1.60 per hour. Apply to Max Parts & Repairs on I Promise To Be Fair And acre and larger. Paved roads and Appliances

Keystone Heights., effect boat & trailer. $175. tfchg Adkinson, Marion Construction all other Make Ma- Hone With Everyone. only 3 minutes from town.
by a new law
Keystone also has one of the Company yard 2 miles east Prices start at $1295.00. $200 332 W..IsonGslinesYille;:
ive last January 1. The Income
outstanding Volunteer Fire Departments of Lawtey on SR-225, Tajn.to chines.NATIONAL. down and $35.00 month.
limitation for one surviving parent 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repalrea Trailer Service Poles per
of the State. The An
5 P.m., Monday-Friday. Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5 .
is and cleaned at Dahmors Dis- p.m.tfchg
now $2,300, as compared Service Calls $5.00
well-dqulpped department ans- Equal Employment Opportunity
count fast service tfchg
with the previous limitof ,
wers fire and emergency calls, Employer. 4 tp 7/8 &11 W. Univ. Avo. CALL 468.1106 7/la P
not only In Keystone, but also $2,000. The Income limitation .

in the surrounding 'lake area, for two parents who are FOR SALE- Siamese kitten,female SWEET CORN $l.50 per bushel, Gainesville Florida INSURANCE O.C. Games Nursery
and it Is financially supported not living together I.also$2,300 $15.00 Call Mrs. Tray- vegetables. David 378-1355 Marino
for each parent. lor 782-3437. Itp also AT REDUCED RATE Thousands of Plants
by grateful property owners.Keystone State Rd.
Walnwrtght Farm AUTO FIRE BOAT .
has always been noted When there are two parents 16. 2 miles East of Starke. Fruit Trees. Shade Trees Cobia Boats -

for Its civic pride and enterprise living together or when a parent 3 Bed Rooms 2-1/2 Baths phone 964-7835. 3 tchg. 71NO INSURANCE DOYLE CONNER: AGENCY Evergreens, Camellias Johnson Motors
has remarried and Is living -
and In recent years PUMPSNEW (Azaleas Roses
with his the limitation ta.. SPECIAL
a number of outstanding pro- of their combined Income In this modern home of 2400 Mot. la cane plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING -

jects attention have of the brought outside It world.to the is 3500. Monthly payments to sq ft., with Cent, air and heaDon't GIMMICKS. AND USED FOR RENT -12' wide 2 bed- ALL HEW SKIRIC
miss this if *
all parents were Increased an one you 1971'si room trailer outside city; II ML 8.E. of SUrke.. Hwy 100
these the
Among annual
are 15' Cobia Bow Rider
are In the market for a large SALES limits J.B. White 964-6114 If
of 9.5"00
KOP (Keystone on Parade) festival average 12' x 60' __F1orhome I5S-21SJ'
home and grounds. T.rm.A.J.Thoma. PARTS no answer call 964-8647.
In all ca.es. the term "income" 50 H.P JOHNSON
the Woman's
sponsored by
means other than that ., Realtor. Tel.964-5701 2 SERVICE .. .
Club and annual swimming pro n.droom$3 795 GENERAL FARM AND -- Gator Trailer
which Is received as depen-
gram sponsored by the Key- Deep nnd Shallow Wells
stone notary Club, and most dency and Indemnity compensation ,ONE PORTABLE Magnavox Water Softeners and Western Store MODERN. MASONRY All For

recently the big"" 4th of July from the VA. Dixon said. color TV with stand for half 3 Bedroom, $3 895 FiltersPlumbing Western &Work Clothes BUILDING Plus Tax $1 F 995 .
celebration which Is a Joint Parents previously Ineligible price and one Motorola Quas- Furnished *.. Approximately 3600 SQ. Ft. .
promotion of the city; and various for benefits because of excess or TV color set. Just take up Boots & Stetson Hats Including: AC Office/ Ajexwnt
civic organizations. Income might be eligible under payments at Dahmer's Dis- Veteran's Loan.Carpet Supplies *. Saddles Tack Veterinarian To Ry-Ry Ramp tor True S.. Lynn Hamilton/

Yes. Keystone has come a* the new law, Dixon said. He count. tfchg Throughout SuppliesMon. Loading $18.500 Terms Before You Buy
little suggests that those with questions SERVICE ON Wed.. 8 to 6 CALL 1030 E.
long way from the gen- should contact the local Bank Financingdin's ALL MAKES University Avt.
eral store and post office which'' Od'' Thursday 8-12 BILL POWELL:
veteran County Service Officer Gainesville
Mobile Horn
once stood at Brooklyn. Although or write Dixon at Box ; Fri.. Sat. 8 to 7 BROKER

It perhaps" will never 1437 St. Petersburg, Fla. Sales Main\ St. Lake Butler\ W4-M64 -
be a booming Industrial town-- Starke Fla. 100 Weattf Phcne 496.6041 9646810tfchf
and few would want It to be-- hi PUMP & SUPPLY CO. 0WELDING

but the natural, beauty; of the S S '
area will assure continued REF1NI3HINGALL 12' x 60' Repossessed Mobile The Glass Shop .

growth attracting of a many substantial more nature of the J UPHOLSTERYiBINETWORK TYPES Home payments.already Olin's financed Mobile, take Home up 21 INCH ADMIRAL color 'ller BrownVolkswagen Glass' 1.

used) TV with new picture
substantial type; citizens: that Sales 100 W.
have accounted for its growthIn tfchg tube. Dahmer' Discount, tf. For
the past.FIHST t.i Expert Reproduction chg Wrought Iron, Porch And
FOR SALEPhllco 14.000BTU AH CARS and TRUCKS Patio, Post And Roils
C. E. JACKSON 220V air conditioner in good
Installed WhiIe>U-Walt Aquarium Stands,
condition, $75.00. Riding lawn FOR SALE- story house 4
i 3 BAPTIST CHURCH 1313 W. Madison SUrke mower in operating condition, bedrooms, 2 baths central heat Custom Vinyl.Auto Top. Garbage Can Racks MailBox

g KF.YSTON: JIEIGHTS} f 736 $35.00. Phone 964-7867. Itchg and carpeting.air-conditioned Phone 964-8835.wall to waU {New A. Service VudSohn I/:: ). 1017 N. Main G'.su.AVAILAILI Built Stands Cattle,Rack Custom For

Rev. Lawrence Carroll pastor FOR SALENomad Travel WANTEDService station attendants tfchg 'WI Pickup, Mobile Home

Sunday' School,"9:45: ; Morn- 1 Trailer self contained. Excel- must be 18 and high 1 ML North of TIre Mall Metal .
Ing Worship, II; Church Training DATSUNGAINESVILLE lent condition $2595. Can be school graduate 40 hour week FIRST TIME: OFFERED GAINESVILLECLASP Steps.Super

6:30: ; Evening Worship, financed. 964-6929 evenings.Itp $1.75 hour apply in person.N. I INGHOMES
7:30.Monday: Temple Sunoco. Itchg one cf the 'nicer homes la Test Station

Youth Choir Rehearsal : Blank 3 B-R. Central Heal 964-9958
7 p.m. 'Adult1, Choir Re- INTERSTATE MOBILE Home FOR SALE- rooms of fur- arid Adr. Carpet. Many Ex- or 964.6489 ..
hearsal. 8 p.m' 4300 N. W. 13th St. moving In Fla. niture in real good condition, .Iras. $19.950 Shown toy AIM ENVELOPES, all fish

WednesdayHour, of Power, 372--4Z26 Call9645660h6 $800.00 cash or assume pay potobnent only."' sizes.Bradford County; Telegraph -
'7 p.m. ments of $27.00 monthly. Call CALL .
ThursdayVisitation.I 115 S. E. 2nd,St. 964-7883 after 5 p.m. Itp FOR

were pleased to have an College Students--Mothers-- FRESH EGGS for sale-X-large
enrollment of HI) In our Vacation 35C medium 30C M44C4 babysit In her home by week,
Average $8 for 3 hours dally. 40C large 8646810tfchf day hour.
or Reasonable.
Bible School with an Customer Service from your per dozen. Hens SQt each.Southof Mrs.
average attendance of 106. home hours flexible. Write: steel mill on Lincoln City Dorothy Thompson, behind
trailer park, Pinehurst Grocery .
There were '"professions offaith" ATKINS PRODUCTS Inc., Road. Phone 964-5760. Itp WE REPAIR and sell nearly 2nd trailer FORNEY 1
on right,
and this of course, Is lip
U-Jles Division Dept. 7-1, M. needle made for any
Bible the most pleasing of all. Our :s.. Box 2447, Memphis, Term. FOR SALE1971 International brand stereo regardless of age. MAN NEEDED on poultry ARC WELDERSNeeds

School during Faculty the; were morning recognized ,,38102. Itp Diesel(will take tractor used and small equipment tractor Also the long play records at or couple will give lady farm part 1600 $,. FT.

$1 off regular price at Dahmer' time work. House furnished an Individual In this
service this past Sunday. ,
for equity)> also utility trailer
WANTEDMaid ; Discount. tfchg OF
at To-Rena .
call after 6 J.R. who Is
are as follows: Mrs. Irene $250. Phone 964-8395 Itp p.m. Rauler- area ambitious per-
Combass, Mrs. Betty Mlllican, Motel. Good pay. Come after son, Crystal Lake. 473-4456. sonable, and warts a businessthat
Mrs. Myra Re" Mrs. MamU 3 P.m. tfchg FOR RENT: 2 air conditioned ItP. UVWO.AREACALL he can own and operate

Ellis, Mrs. Edith Brantley WATSON'SHOUSE cottages Kingsley Lake. Call as his own, selling and servicing -
Mrs. Marie Bakar Miss Jill after 6 p.m. Phone 533-2366. GARDEN RESTAURANT a full line of guaran-
Johnson, Mill'Guyle Quagll- PLUMBING OF VACUUMS tfchg. -Walt.- teed top quality welders weld- t
ano Mrs. Rum'Stanley. Mrs. Mny. brands of new vacuums ices wanted No no experience ne- Ing supplies battery chargers I

Wanda Handley, Mrs. Cathy CONTRACTOR 39.00 up. Used machines from cessary. phone calls, apply standby generators. 39
Foster Mrs.: Yvonne Dazey $10. Expert Repairs all makes. Taking: application tot person tfchg SLADE years of manufacturing know-

Miss Barbara Matthews, Mrs. New ConstructionAnd Pacts and Accessories for all how. Products are. needed by
Carolyn Johnson, Mrs. Lola vacuums.; Built In Central vacuum FHA-235 SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic every farm, shop garage

Carroll, Mrs, Emma Jo Cole, Repairs cleaning systems 712 N. Letters, all sizes,colors Permanent HOME school, etc. Full field train-
Miss Pam Anthony, Mrs. Lyn- Main, Gainesville 376-7110 New Brick 3 and .4 for use on wood glass, Ing by local manager. If you

da Myers Mice Sandra Com McGillPlumbing Bedroom Homes plastic, paper, metal, leather are mechanically inclined
bass, Mark Wilson. Paul Lei- Co. SIC PENS. Ball Point Relfills Can for Details) ANYTHING! Bradford County; SERVICES like working with people, desire -
no, Mrs. Bede Mann Mrs. /- Bradford County; Telegraph Telegraph. tfIT a business with middleto

Lucy Flnley., 'and, Mrs. Edna I Metres, 1=10. 475-1691 Low Down Paymentand high Income potential and
Cromer. MercedesBenzAUTHORIZED Moderate Monthly you have a good credit rating
Survey sheets' were circula Pa.entaLONGC For Information/ you can get Into a $20.000buslnell

ted among the''men and boys HOUSE TRAILER for rent Real CARL BEGGS WE DONT HATE IT' Call Jacksonville for as little as
of our church last Sunday we'll It .. $1,000. Write or call collect
morning AMP HOMES get for y Offk
to determine!'their Interest SALES: & SERVICEGAINESVILLE: nice, Grafts Loop, call 964- Gulf Service Supplies, Funltere Eeapmeat. Collect Mr. Ted Anderson P.O. Box
8245 964-5690. ...
In Baptist'Men and R.A.'s. or USED .A.aTII Nf-CIISS 781-4055 563 Fort Collins, Colorado
We are hoping to see our church Ml Mali 3aale 80521 303-482-7271
have a good working Brother- FOR SALE;1965 Rambler 4 door I>* Price for Wreck Can 'TVSEWING
sedin with economy 6 cylinder M Hew Wrecker Btrvlee
ehoodandooyalOMmbaaeadors 4300 U.S. Hw,. .441. engine. Power brakes and air FOR R&NT- Mountain Cottage,
r conditioning. Good condition Fuel Oil MOVEDJ $45 week completely furnished.

Coach Lyndle"'Klrtley has 372-4226 good a..... -Vsed. Cat. MACIIINE-CIeaned. Weeks available In July, August -'
volunteered "to 'manage our N. Walnut Strict ".G. Bo18 oiled and adjusted In your & H ,ELECTRIC and September. R.E. Ed-
church's Softball team. We are 115 SE.: 2nd. St. ling*r. Rw Ml N. Watt home, $5.00. Vacumn cleaner mondson. Star Route, Box 49,
sure that we wttLhan,.. a good I to.' .... repairs also. All work guaranteed. .- NOW 4 MILES SOUTH ON 301 Black Mountain N.C. 23711.

., team under! hU.{capable management -. 378-2311 Dennis E. Cogglns Phone' 24 HOUR Phone ((704) 669-6861. tfchg
.. 431-1428 tfch* T/n P
l'agc"J4 Telegraph July 8, 1971I

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