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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 15, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Starke's electric power demand schools towns

peaked at 5,325 Mondayand and the commis-
5,350 Tuesday, Just under : county
the power plant's firm capacity; sion will get some
of 5,640 kilowatts, accordingto
$174,000 in new taxes
Supt George Graudon. "" ,: "a-'
,
from the $118 million in w
Back on June 15, a Tuesday,
the plant hit Its high for this new levies passed by the : 4'4'j.' ;
summer of 5,750 KW, exceeding -
- the plant's peak firm Capacity irirn"rM "MrfR ..' r. -. wt; 1971 Florida Legislature.
; of 5,640 KW by over a1} ?t y w n ,.. .'Nk-3h UMYi mMwa But when it's divided
"MMr +
100 KW. Firm capacity means j
the plant's output minus Its between various govern-

lamest engine, the 1,750 KW mental agencies nobody, ...
Worthlngton the line .sTilt'
unit put on
In 1966 it appears, will receive a

Since the Worthington Is the windfall.
plant's largest unit, the firm
capacity; would take a large + Bradford schools will receive -
drop If It went out. some $90,000 In new

Other engines In the plant monies, the county; commission
are five 1,000 KW Superior $36,200, the City oC Starke$36-
units and one old Fairbanks- 900, Lawtey $4,700, Hampton
Morris oil burning unit ratedat $3,000, and Brooker$2,600,according -
about 500 KW now. It has to figures complied for
been recommended that none Rep. Gene Shaw.

of the old units be run at The new monies will no doubt
peak capacity for more than windfalls to the
seem larger
two or three hours at the time, .. small towns than to the schools, / IJig"IlIlS Bile
Supt. Graudon .
aaye.Temperatures county, or to Sta rke.J .

this summer J School Board while receiving -
are just beginning to climbto : .. ne $90,000 In, new state Caught l h\ tin, '!hurtle twins xi,I.II.cla.\ morning( In
their highest The year's GramlLii lake, these i\\<. biss mum he theI mmi ind
'tt monies also had a great por-
hottest months, August and Sep a 4, tion of,that tagged for specific Poppa of them all. I liltfir: ', left, is holding the ll'-l/2:!'
tember, are still ahead. + + 'Mrl pounder he caught met 1 dv\aicl holds Die 13-1/2 pounder
such as hiring a coun-
purposes be caugbU .. ,. _
Peak load last summer was ty vocational director: an occupational
5,575 KW in early September.As ; specialist, and hav- BoUi were taken while four fishermen Including Scott
It stands now, the plant ing to include in regular teachIng and little Bernie, trolled with new ,Sonar plugs. Edgar::
will probably get by this sum- units homo economics u- hooked his prize first about 10 a.m., but dward beal
mer should the big 1,750 KW nits which heretofore have been him by a pound about eight minutes later.
Worthington break down. But extra. Other funds, $42 per tea-
If the present growth trend cher unit have been earmarkedfor the secret to boating a big one like this' It's not
continues, the peak demandIs free lunches. luck, Edgar says "lust go as often as we do." hat's I
expected to hit 6,000 KW By the time all new expcn- at least three times per month.
by the summer of 1972. sea are subtracted, Supt. Tom
Casey says, the school sys-
The city council has under tem will be lucky to come out
consideration now, with 60 days with $30,000 in additional funds

from last Tuesday to an a- Susan Moody demonstrates arm stroke to students in the summer swim program which are not earmarked.That's .
ward, bids on a new engine.
not too much com- New Voters
But If the order were placed Monday. The swim program, proven to be the most popular of the summer school pro- pared to a $3.5 million budget.
this week, Supt. Graudon points grams, now has 549 kids enrolled with 16 instructors. With as many as 41? kids participating -

out, It would be a year before in one day, it is neccenary for three shifts to travel by buses to the The county commission, for
e' the new unit could be placedon example, will receive $36,200
the line. Officers Club on Kingsley Lake for the program. from its share of the additional -

The city also has paid $10- cent on gasoline, but must Not Rushing
000 for an emergency hook spend the money on its road
up with Florida Power and system in some manner.

Light Co. But the agreement Each agency, school, coun-
states the city will be provided ty; and cities, will face higher '
current if It Is avail- costs on almost every itemin 1
able. "That's the catch" Water Sewer Needs the new fiscal year. Supt. o RegisterJust

Supt. Graudon says. Casey, for Instance, says he
won't be able to get $225,000
When does Graudon worry
from his budget for the
? new
about the plant's capacity
second phase of a new Brad- real proud of the 36
\' "Just like yesterday (Tues- ford High School. 21 I and I'm going out and
day). If we lost the Worthington Costs have gone up in every in | ( more."

I'd have to worry." Are ProblemLawtey area. Casey says, including u- vlsor ire currently 6,043
tilities retirement matching will :
The plant would be left then Growing !( ied voters In the coun
funds, salary increases from state
with the five 1,000 KW Super- increased experience."I'm ipproxtmatcly, 2,200 in
ior engines plus the old Fair Just seven and 10 thou- Only f of Marhe.

banks. For maximum efficiency sand dollared to death," Casey Rae, I new voters will have
the Superior's can be run urgently needs sewer the City of Lawtey, Sabis told diets that: rapidly growing more conges- said Wednesday.The this first! t chunce nt the polls
at only 900 KW and the Fair- and water system, a Gainesville the commission. He said FHA -Brooker will need to expend ted, will need a central water City of Starke is faced !> September In the city: ;
banks at 500 KW at the most, engineering firm has told will grant up to 50 per cent its water system In the next and sewer in the next five to with finding funds to finance Clerk when Starkeoters e-
or a total of 5,000 KW. the county commission in a of the funds to construct a 20 years. 10 years a bond Issue to expand its Mrs. i mayor, city clerk, police
For peak periods the Superiors two-year comprehensive study water system. The Federal environmental -Hampton will need to expend -Starke will have to expand power plant and with natural sons \ and two city; councilmen.
could be run at full made of the entire county Protection Agency its water system In the its water and sewer systems gas costs that have almost in and I who wish to register
speed for 5,000 KW and the will grant up to 55 per cent next 20 years. within the "very, very near doubled in the last year.It Both : ; In so at city hall any
The problem will become of funds to construct a sewer -The Santa Fe Lake area, future." the at
Fairbanks at 640, for a total was same story are : d 1 of 5,640 KW. more the report acute through the county; system, he said. It is anticipated, Sabis said, the state level, Rep. Shaw no rush : ( Icrk :Merrill Edwards
says. The balance of the funds couldbe that In the next 20 years growth says. Better Ulan half the $118 voters
That would 5.5
be sufficient most
The study was made under a borrowed, Sabls added. IncorporationSet will be shifted increasingly to million in new taxes went to Mrs. fir as Is known now,
days now with the peak demand $&.840 grant from the Farmers the communities of the coun- cities, counties, and education. go to : In the city will
lasting only an hour or two Home Administration to Chairman David ShuCord ask- Balance of the new taxes wentto again. Group. 4 Coun-
to the rural
In the afternoon, about 3:30: to David B. Smith Engineers of ed how Lawtey could finance For RaifordA ty areas., as The opposed report sees, under meet increased cost of o- school limmj Bowen, however,
5 P.m. There have been days, Gainesville, described by Vlce- such a system now when an such conditions, the prob- peration of state agencies. The Most to give up his coun-
however, when the demand reaches William Sable estimate several years ago for instance face ber of for at the
President B.' as bill Introduced In the final lem of sanitary sewer and water legislature, a run
5,000 KW by 11 a.m.ea primarily a sanitary engineering placed the cost at $500,000, hours of the 1971 session of becoming more acute as trouble finding funds for the County chief's office. Bowen,
< farm working almost entirely placing the monthly cost the Florida Legislature is law the population grows. More a- annual five per cent merit pay of age !: operator and au-
Rains' & with the State of Florida.In per citizen at $60. Lawtey does by now, Rep. Gene Shaw says, reas will become unsuitablefor Increase for state employeesand is May."I'm mechanic, is a for-
Avg.\\' other recommendations, need a central water system, and authorizes Incorporation of septic tanks as people move matching social security new (It I ,iceman.: .
and could use a sewer system, 1 city and
Shaw :
payments, says.
the the community of Ralford If closer together, Sable said.
1.66 In. Sabis recommended ways the board agreed but asked ; r i ail I Hurst, appoint-
county; can establish water and how such a system could be voters give their okay In an To prepare for the problem Sources the legislature tapped If 1'WH, Is finishing his se-
But sewer authorities and estimated financed with as few as 55- August 10 election.._ the report, Sabis said, recom- during its taxing session were: Mrs. 'Clerk Edwards,who
Spotty the demands for more water The referendum required In people !
58 customers to finance It. mends the county; commission t opposed only once
the bill introduced Shaw -Race track tax funds dIs- local
and sewer services within by begin now on preparation for }ears, Is finishing his
Rain fell every day last weekIn the county In the coming 20 Such a cost would certainly: will be held in the Raiford an orderly plan for an even- tributed to counties were cappedout "The I term. Police Chief Ken
some part of the county, years. be prohibitive, Sabis agreed. Community Center. Polls will at $450,000. All over that are Is completing his first
but averaged only 1.66 Inches, The board took no action other The report by the Smith firm be open from 7 a.m. to 7 tual county wide sanitary sewer amount goes Into the state gen- ters," In office; he Is a former
according to the Division of than to approve the study, sees the problem of sanitary P.m.A. and water system. Systems eral revenue fund. Bradford, ". ; police chief and a
Forestry headquarters on SR- thereby enabling the engineerIng sewer and water becoming more previous bill passed the could be planned now for the however, will still receive a- and ,''aunty deputy; sheriff
100 west of Starke. firm to qualify to receivethe acute In congested areas of the Legislature but was vetoed by different communities whether bout $200,000 more than it
Lawtey was the wettest spotIn grant. For approval the engineering county in the next 20 yearsas Cov. Reubln Askew at the request or not the county ever becomes pledged to build the new courthouse ; Jimmy McRae is
the county with 2.3 Inchesof firm Is to preparethe the population to a of the Union County; leg- congested enough to connectthe his fourth term In
grows
recorded at islative he said. net worth tax, effective and has served as
rainfall being county 25 copies of thestudy projected 18,500 by 1990. Sa- delegation because separate systems, -Corporate
there dates calling for the July I Increased the old of the city; council.
the LouIs Hill fire tower bis noted that, at present, the referen- The report proposes the Implementation ,
during the from July Albert Smith FHA represen- dum were confused. of a county wide $2,000 limit on the net worthof Is completing his first
5-fl. The Sancta Fe tower recorded tative from Gainesville, said only sewer system In the coun- If voters approve Incorporation utility authority which would corporations capital stock. Herb the council.
1.9 Inches, but the New FHA requests the county to ty; other than the State Prison a Ralford city election possess the power to levy tax- The measure will raise $24- of Hurst Is expect
River ''tower measured only keep track of the copies of at Ralford. Is In Starke. will be held the third Tues- es to raise money to operate. 000,000 In Florida, but has a cussed the election next M
eight-tenths of an Inch. the report to keep FICA Informed Starke, Hampton, and Brooker day in October, when a mayor built-in self-destruct clause to the Candidates will of-
Fifty year average for the on what action Is being have water systems. and five councilmen: will be Such an authority could establish kill the tax if the corporate vi tan's bn able to qualify as
month of July Is 10.8 Inches.It taken on the study and Lawtey's problem with sanitation elected. City officials will serve a sanitary sewer system Income tax measure passes this tions, at the election is called.
Is still raining someplaceIn where copies of the study are using septic tanks Is without compensation and the for Instance, anywhere, In *U.An ly
the county; each day, the distributed. complicated by a high water proposed charter prohibits the the county one was needed and additional two cents was GOT. Is expected to be the
Forest Service says, but muchof "Both water and sewer sys- table Sable said. levy of advalorem taxes by throw his hat in the
the county remains dry. tems are urgently needed" In The report, Sable said, pre- the city. (See Page 4)) (See Page 4)) wall In




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Mrs W.E. Bigham Jr. and
WOM.&N daughter'k Mrs. Stanley Green

enny Williams,were
hostesses at a bridesmaids
luncheon at noon on July S p.
for Miss Ramona Harrell
Gladys Mooty, Society Editor, 964.7608 bride-elect of Harold Griner,

,. .' at the Bigham home.
,+ The luncheon was held In the I

.t', family room next to the pool .
Parties Given .,: ..... where the long banquet table "
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was covered with a white linen .I.
For Miss Wiggins > cloth and centered with a mixed ., .'
"""" arrangement of summer flo f. ,,,.
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BrideelectMiss t (
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Twelve Invitedto ..
guests were "
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bride- ;i.... attend the luncheon, Includ- .4 d, ;
Susan Wiggins, of the .?}
- ---'-'--- -- ing members wedding
elect of July 30, was honoredat 1 \,'
party; and out-of-town guests. '. 1
a luncheon Saturday at the Johnson Steve Michaelis I" "
The hostesses
Nancy presented the "
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Garden Restaurant, given by honoree with a portable mixer f ,j I
Linda Mrs. Johns.J.R. Reddish and Mrs. Wed in Home Ceremony as a memento of the occasion. ; l'

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The luncheon table was covered h .8'
with a white linen cloth Miss Nancy Johnson, daugh- balanced by two epergnettes -- --
and bridal place cards markedthe ter of Mr. and Mrs. William holding yellow and white miniature -
+ seating arrangement for Johnson of Jacksonville and Fuji mums and yellow
D 1 y S Jrn ,4 the 15 guests. Centering the Steve Michaelis, son of Mr. sweetheart roses with tall burn Bride
Is ri1 : table was an arrangement of and Mrs. H.C. Michaelis,Jacksonville ing tapers. Mrs Clinton Bar- Shelia Henley Becomes I

n 1'I mixed summer flowers. were united in mar- ton of Silver Lake, and Mrs.
The hostesses presented the riage on Saturday, June 26, Warren Ebling cut the cake. Of Samuel E. Bassett

honoree with a serving piece at 6 p.m. at the home of the Miss Mary Ann Barton, of
I of her chosen silver pattern bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Jacksonville, cousin of the Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Henley cented at the waist with a satin -
as a memento of the occasion. Mrs. Olin White on N. Lake bride, kept the bride's book. ;, of Starke announce the mar- bow and skirt of angelskin
Street. Rev. DeWitt T. Fara- The punch table In.the fam- ''t riage of their daughter, Sheila satin. The Chantilly lace train
-- bee performed the nuptials. ily room was covered with a Kathleen, to Samuel E. Bas was attached at the shoulders.The .
Vows were exchanged front white linen cloth and was centered +''t9 sett of Ralford, son of Mr. long lace sleeves were
Miss Wiggins was honoredat of the fireplace In the living with a crystal punch bowl and Mrs. L.M. Bassett of Lake scalloped at the wrists. Her
a bridal shower on June 22 room. On the mantle was an encircled with Ivy. Presidingat City The wedding took place bouffant veil was secured to
: at the home of Mrs. JamesK. arrangement of white stock the punch bowl were Miss Saturday, June 26, at 8 p.m. a Chantilly lace headpiece decorated -
Smith. yellow\ sweetheart roses and Sandra Ebling and Miss Dana in the Church of God, Starke, with seed pearls. She
Thirty-five guests were Invited yellow and white miniature Fu- Barton, cousin of the bride. with Rev. Y.W. Kldd performing wore a pear pendant, a gift
to attend between the hoursof ji mums. On either side were Assisting in serving were Miss the double-ring nuptials. of the groom and carried a
8 and 10 p.m. Miss Wiggins two floor candelabra holding Susan Ebling of Kingsley Lake Decorating the altar for the bouquet of yellow roses and
was presented a salad bowl white tapers balanced by she- and Miss Amy Barton, Silver candlelight ceremony were white daisies.
set by Mrs. John G. Sims m fallus plant and large fern Lake, cousins of the bride. A floor baskets of white and yel- A reception was held In the

.- and Mrs. Smith, hostesses for balls. Following a wedding trip to low gladioli, roses and daisies church annex. Sherlden Grif-
the occasion. Taped nuptial music was used. North Carolina the couple is against a background of green- fis kept the bride's book.
Refreshments were served Pete Mlchaella attended his residing In Jacksonville The ery and two branched candel- The bride's table was cen-
after the honoree opened her brother as best man. The bride traveled In a yellow pants abra. tered with a three-tiered wed-
gifts.Miss. bride' brother, Howard Johnson suit with which she wore a PriceKelly Barbara Coleman, organist, ding cake topped with a bride
of Jacksonville lighted the corsage of yellow and white and Diane Hughes, soloist,pre- and groom, and decorated with
-- -- tapers. Fuji mums and yellow sweetheart sented a program of nupital wedding bells and yellow ro-
Ramona Harrel/ Harold Griner Mrs. Pete Michaelis attended roses.Barbara. Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Priceof music. ses. Mrs. Bonnie Lane cut the
Hollywood the
I Wiggins was compli- as matron honor..She wore announce engagement Mr. Bassett attended his son cake.

Exchange Vows in Brooker mented at a linen shower last a yellow empire gown with yellow Donna to AIC of their daughter as best man. Ushers were Ken- The punch table was covered
Thursday evening given by Mrs. lace and short sleeves. She SummerIs USAF, of Larry Mr. and F. Kelly, neth and David Bassett, bro- with a white appliqued cloth
John Andrews, Mrs. Seletta carried a Colonial nosegay of Jones son Mrs. thers of the groom; Steve Hen- and was centered with a crys-
The new Brooker Baptist bride's book; Mill Karen Hodgeof Thomas and Mrs. George yellow and white miniature Fuji Shower Honoree R.E. of Starke. ley, brother of the bride; and tal punch bowl. Presiding at
Miss
Church was the setting for the Tallahassee, who passed out Pierce at the home of the latter mums backed with leather Price graduated from Earl Jordan. the punch bowl was Sandra Cole-
wedding of Miss Ramona Louise scrolls as a token of appreciation on Gene Street.Arrangements leaf fern and puffs of net. South Hollywood Broward High School, Mrs. Violet Sutton, sister of man and assisting were Carolyn
Harrell and Harold King from the bride and groom of summer flowers Given In marriage by her Miss Barbara Sumner bride- the groom, attended as matronof Joyner and Ellen Martin.
Griner at 8 p.m. Saturday, July to each family present. Mrs. In shades of pink were father, the bride wore a white elect of Ralph Lamar Gllphin, AIC Kelly graduated from honor. She wore a mint-green Following a wedding trip to
3. with Rev. James'Temple Elbert Nettles and Mrs. Stella used in the living room and satin peau and lace gown. The was honored on July 3 with a Bradford High School and Is crepe dress with floral print Pensacola the couple is residing -
performing the double-ring Lovely cut the wedding cake. empire bodice was of Chantilly bridal shower given by Miss stationed at Homestead Air bodice accented at the waist at 206 S. Water Street.
ceremony. Mrs. Charles Perry presidedat Games with prizes were lace and the detachable train Liz Dyes, Miss Marie Gurthle Force Base. with a velvet mint-green bow. The bride traveled In a yellow
The bride Is the daughter of the punch bowl. Mrs. W.H. played by the guests after which was of white satin peau. Her and Mrs. Pete Dyes at the An August 14 wedding la She carried an 18 Inch yellow A-llne dress with puffed sleeves
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harrell of Hayes and Mrs. Cecil Melvin the honoree opened her gift*. bouffant veil of Illusion was secured Smyrna Missionary Baptist planned.Mr. mum. and white accessories.The .
Brooker and the bridegroom is were In charge of the recept The honoree was given a bed- by a Chantilly lace head- Church. Marie Hardee and Jeanne bride Is a 1971 graduateof
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- ion. spread in memento of the occasion piece. She carried a Colonial Games were enjoyed by the and Mrs.Lex Green spent Henley, sister of the bride, Bradford High School and
tin E. Griner of Lake Butler. Passing out rice bags were from her hostesses nosegay of yellow and white 35 guests attending, and prizes last week at Black Mountain, served as bridal attendants. Is employed at Food Fair.
The altar was decorated with little Miss Debra Green and miniature Fuji mums and yellow were won by Mrs. Lou Ann N.C. They were Joined over They wore yellow crepe dress The groom graduated from
floor baskets of white gladioli Karen Perry. sweetheart roses backed Rowe and Mrs. Joyce Sutton. the Fourth of July weekend by with floral print bodice witha Columbia High School, ,Lake
pompoms, mums, daisies After spending some time with $.1J'"k. with leather leaf fern and puffsof Miss Summer received many' Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Green and yellow velvet bow at the City, and attended Lake City
and stock against a background' their guests the couple left on net useful gift*. family of Gainesville and Dr. waist. They also wore shoul- Junior College\ lie is employedat
arch, with branch and tree can- a wedding trip to the Smoky Immediately after the wed- and Mrs. W.II. Green of Wash- der length veils attached to the Florida State Prison
delabra entwined with fern daisies Mountains, after which they will ington, D.C. each
ding a reception was given by matching bows. They car-
and palms. reside In Jacksonville. The Olin White Mrs. Warren Duplicate Bridge- .0. Inch.
Mrs. ? ., redan J8 .yellow mum.
Mrs. Mr. \nd Mrs. H.A.-, .awsOft -"
As guests assembled bride chose for traveling a Ebling, and Mrs.:Reginald Un- II .1 hc'ne fcfc Marilyn and Carolyn Henley, Friends of Mr. and Mrs.Russell -
L.A. Canova organist,and Mrs. white sheer dotted Swiss dress Bradford County Hospital announces derhlll.. .' ." ,. have visit had their Mr. family and Mrf. Bill x" ,.;Baas sisters of the bride;served' ,Eberle, daughterRuthie) ,
and the a
Eddy Douglas, soloist, presented mu.lc.Kenny with blue accessories the following births: The bride's. table, covered Mrs Hilda. Dey and Mrs. Morar and: children of Panama flower girls. They wore and Sandra Sheppard, will regret -
of nuptial white orchid from her wedding
1 program lace cloth floor dresses of floral ,
Williams of Tallahassee bououet. with a white imported Lucile Davie were the winning City over the weekend, and length to hear they were Involvedin
served as best man and The bride Is a graduate of Mr. and Mrs. Nell R. Craw- over yellow linen was centered couple at Duplicate Bridge Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan and print and carried white bas- an automobile accident July 6
the,ushers were Dennis Roberta Bradford High School and Florida ford, Starke, a son, Kevin Nell, with a wedding cake decoratedIn Tuesday night where there were children of Live Oak on Sat- kets of rose petals. in Summerville, W. Va. while
Jacksonville State University where she July 8. yellow and white. The cake six tables In play. urday. Blaine Dyal served as ring enroute to Pittsburgh, Pat fora
Moore ,
and Steve member of Delta Zeta was topped with wedding bells bearer, carrying a pillow of two weeks vacation. The two
Lake Butler a
was
Thomas Fortner, Mr. and Mrs. William Clar- and decorated with doves holdIng white satin overlaid with lace. girls received minor injuriesand
and Martin Griner, Lake City, sorority Tieing for second were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner and
brother of the The groom, a graduate of ence Terry, Melrose, a daugh- two wedding bands and encircled and Mrs. John Mussollne and children of Orlando are spending The bride, given In marriageby returned last Friday. Mr. .
groom
Given in marriage by her Union County High School and ter, Wendy Cayle, July 7. with yellow nylon net Mrs. J.D. Odom Jr and Mrs. Tuesday to Thursday with her brother, Everett Hen- Eberle received a broken leg
father, the bride wore a gownof Florida State University,Is employed Interspersed with white and yellow George Miller; third, Curtis their parents, Mr. and Mrs. ley, wore a white gown with and Mrs. Eberle received a
miniature Fuji mums and Ernest empire bodice of Chantilly lace broken arm. They returned to
sheer white dotted Swiss with the Advertising Sanders and Jenkins. Barney McRae and Mr. and
Florida Times- leather leaf fern. This was with round neckline, and ac- Starke Wednesday.
Leon
featuring a demlbe1skirt\ and partment of the Mrs. Conner.

sleeves. Ve- Union in Jacksonville. ....... .. ., ... .
full sheer bishop .,..v-.r"'o._,'" -- -, -- .'
nise lace formed a bib effecton M '
the bodice and circled the
high neck and cuffs. The full .
clrculat chapel train and hem BACK TO SCHOOL

of the skirt were edged with
Venlse lace daisies and her
Illusion veil fell from a crownof GIRLS DRESS TAii
.
Venice lace daisies. Mrs.
Elbert Nettles made and designed FPMOUS
the gown. The bride car LAYAWAY SALE \\1'(

ried a cascade arrangement of Qua ) 3
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white rosebuds and baby's PRICES GOOD THRU SAT. f\\\S1 BR P" '\ LAY-AWAY
breath, centered with a white ,. 1 ,
orchid tied by blue ,ribbons. '""
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Mrs Bobby Parrish, sister B' \ o'j \
of the bride, was matron of ,. o'SII 'eC1' a' SALE Ji

h ,nor. Miss Rhonda Harrell, 4l + rI 'Sma1naY'; \'\avthem\
also a sister of the bride, Mrs. t'. Y 110\1\\\a need
Kenny/' Williams of Tallahassee -o \C1'e You h Lt
and Miss Dottle Kelly of
CANNON
Brooker and Tallahassee K:.
served as bridal attendants. PASTELPLAIDOR ;h "
They wore powder blue dot-

ted Swiss gowns, fashioned on .. ) RIVERIA ROSE '
the same lines as the bridal I
gown. The carried "Kissing tg e-i- A
Balls" with pink and yellow Y Machine washable acetate/ I '
dallies and blue carnations tied KelleyMorgan satin binding, in florals $ 99

with blue ribbons.A 'tir q :.. & pastel plaids Fits twin ,
reception was held in the or full 72 x 90oEQUILTCOVERLET
church fellowship\ hall Thebride' Mr. and Mrs. Morris C. Kel- f.,. <

table was covered with ley of Lawtey announce the .?.
engagement and approaching --..
a lace cloth over blue, cen- '-
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tered with a memory candle marriage of their daughter, A
Margarett Teresa, to Jefferson -
encircled with fern blue and .. .tqI-
white carnations, and the attendant' David Morgan, son of Mr. /. ..' '
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and Mrs Clayton Morgan of
"Kissing Balls". One -
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end held the bride's book bal- New Orleans, La. 4'1"
anced with a silver tray hold- The wedding will take place HOLDS CANNON
Ing silver scrolls tied with Saturday, July 24, at 4 p.m. Decorative bed- ST. MARY"MELISSA" CORONADO

silver ribbons. at the Lawtey First Baptist $1 YOUR spread by day FLORAL BLANKET Nylon binding,
The cake table was covered Church with a reception following warm cover at reduces shednlghtlBeautdul -
with a white linen cloth draped in the church annex. 'L.- CHOICE Nice 'ncozyblanket ding Radiant
with Intervals All friends and relatives are .p designs with $699 that solid colors to
a garland caught at $ 4 9 $499
with roses and wed- invited. .pe colored border fits twin or lull 6 choose from in
Fits twin or ,
72x90 twin or lull
bells and centered
ding witha
beds
Rehearsal double 72x90,
SupperFor
three-tiered wedding cake
on a pedestal decorated with
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blue and white flowers and Griner. Harrel/ Open Mon. thru. n.,.. -' :"

lopped with white doves. On 9 *. 6 p.....

either aide were silver four- Wedding Party )Fri., Jot. 9 to 7 p.m. :\. ..... ,
branched candelabra decora- Open Sunday Afternoon !," ,
ted with flowers and blue ribbons Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Gri- J
,It 6
against a sunburst arrangement ner of Lake Butler entertainedwith -
rehearsal in hon TWO YR.GUARANTEE r
of palms. a supper
The punch table was covered or of their son, Harold, and his ELECTRIC BLANKET
with a white linen cloth draped bride-elect. Miss Ramona Har BIG ASSORTMENT ST. MARY "HEAVENLY"All night sleeping comfort! PAVILLION
with garlands caught at intervals rell. on July; 3 at the HolidayInn REG. $2.99 REG. $3.99
,with roses and wedding In Starke. SIZES $5 sS $7 THERMAL BLANKET Blue-gold-green& pink in twin' THERMAL BLANKET
,
Girls Dresses ; 2 I or full size.
bells. The crystal punch bowl The U-shaped table was revered l Cool in summer
was encircled with fern blue with a whit cloth and warm in Control '14.99 Non rge
Single
and white flowers and balanced centered with a blue and white winter! New Ion $444 polyester/rayon $ 44
h' end white arrange-' floral arrangement topped witha binding, Dual Control 18.99 in tma weave.I (_(
J with a bride and bride and groom, backed by solid colors 72x90
'nst three burning three burning whit tapers. 72x90.

white apes and a sunburst Twenty-six guest were invited 4
arrangement oC palms. to attend Including the
Assisting at the w.ddingwere wedding party; and out-of-town

Mrs. W.E Blgham Jr., who guests. e. .. ALWAYS 1st QUALITY I
directed%; Mrs. Stanley Green, During tine. cupper the honored c"use CM.xer ALWAYS 1st QUALITYz
who Introduced the meats;Mrs.' couple presented gifts to

Shary ,Mann who .kept.v the their attendant
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Mr. and Mrs J.B. Pope of Mr. and Mrs Dick Schaeferand Cindy Canova is in tractionat :. Ir
Columbus, Ga. and Mr. and family of Jacksonville have St. Vincent's Hospital following -
Mrs. George Nail, David Nail been renting the James Black- a skiing accident on _
and Mill Wendy Floyd of Jacksonville shear home on KIngsley Lake KIngsley Lake several weeks Ceoiua1Dso4rs t tt
were weekend guests the past three weeks. The
of Mr. and Mrs T.E. Nail. Blackshears are residing In ago.Mrs.. Louis Atchison and family -
their mobile home on the back
Mrs. Bruce Cox and Mrs. of their properly on the lake. of Commack. L.I. N.Y. Is
Charles Fleming of Jacksonville spending two weeks with her
Beach were Monday and Mrs. Vergle Barksdale returned grandmother, Mrs. Hlldabell ,l t
Tuesday guests of Mrs. W.B. Monday after a week's Bence, at KIngsley Lake. i A t
Mundy. visit with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mr. and Mrs. P.A. Parrish
Bowen at Boiling Springs, N.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews C. The Bowens returned with of Atlanta were Friday to Monday
have had as visitors Mr. and Mrs. Barksdale for a visit guests of Mr. and Mrs. lI/IctmA/ spEC/ilLS
Mrs. Bruce Mathews and family Merritt Williams.Mr. t

of Maltland on Monday and Ricky Crawford of Brooks- and Mrs. R.O. Dansby
Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs. E. vllle Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. were in Lansing, Mich last
T. Breazeale of High Springs Rudolph Crawford for two week visiting their son and 1
Tuesday evening. weeks. They visited Six: Gun family, Mr. and Mrs. W.D.
Territory on Sunday. Dansby.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goldwire
and sons of Toledo. Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. James Bar- Mrs. Pauline Stone and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Goldwlr the weekend with Mr. Mamie Anderson of Archer, RVEURSr
spent
and daughter of Fort Myers and ron Mrs. J.C. Gilbert in Or- and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nel-
were weekend guests of Mr. lando. son of Hendersonville, N.C.are
and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire. Monday to Thursday guests of
Mrs. Mike Goldwlre and daugh- Mrs. Hoyt Jones is a patient Mrs. E.M. Davis and attended
ter remained for the week. Alachua General Hospital the wedding of Miss Beth Mix-
in
on to Michael Nelson Wednesday Jane Dees Weds .
shoulder Mary
with a broken
Misses June Hardy and Denise afternoon.
Winkler and Davie McRaeare which at home.she received in a fall Susan Faulkner, Charlotte Dale Crosby in Home Ceremony t tt
attending Orientation at FSU Whitehead and Gloria Crews

this week. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas returned home Saturday after Miss Mary Jane Dees of as her only ornament t, a dia-
Edward Huston of Atlanta had as weekend guests at being hospitalized In Montgomery Gainesville, daughter of Mr. mond necklace. She carried a r tt
Mrs. -
the weekend with their camp in the Scrub, Mrs. Ala. since May 15 with and Mrs. Merrell Dees of colonial nosegay of white rosebuds -
spent
Charles Fowler of Winter Park injuries received in an auto- Starke, became the bride of centered with a white
her mother,Mrs.Nelson Green, t
James'McNeely .
and family. and Mr. and Mrs. mobile accident.Mr. Dale Albert Crosby, son of Mr. orchid.A .
and daughter Lakeland. and Mrs. Brad Locke and Mrs. Albert Lee CrosbyJr. reception was also held at //f ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Segars the home of the bride where .
and sons have returned to their of Starke, on June 11 at w .:
of Camden, S.C. were visItIng Mrs. Ray Billings of Palate Nina Lovell cut the bride's
home In 7 p.m. William C. Lovell per- Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Gentry and Mrs. Billy Hall of Orlando Mr. and Mrs.Tampa Edwin after B.visiting Lockein formed the nuptials at the home cake and Miss Betty Dees as- I
last week. The Gentrys haveas were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Swampscott, Mass. While of the bride's parents, 1260 sisted. Miss Jane Crosby kept t tt
visitors this week Mrs. H. J.II. DuPre during the weekend. there they visited points of Colley Road. the bride's book.Following t

C. BeaU and son of Macon, Eugene Rader of Peoria, 111. Interest in the New England A program of nuptial music a seven day cruisein .r
Ga. states. was provided by Miss Ruth the Bahamas the coupleis
is visiting his brotherinlawand
Miss Marilyn Bollinger of sister. Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Mrs. Charles C. Parker and Crosby, organist. residing at 1600 !NE 13th
Bobby White served as best Ave., Gainesville.The .
1 1'f
Birmingham Early for three weeks. family of Cocoa were visiting
Samford University, man and Miss Linda Dees was bride and groom are t
Ala., Is home this week Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Wells last maid of honor. Gena Jones of both graduates of Santa Te JunIor .
GlorIeta, N.M. Miss Annette Flynn and Frank
before got- to
Williston was flower girl.
and both :
College are sen- .
where she will be a counselorat Cogdell of Atlanta spent tile week.Mr.. and Mrs. George Ro- The bride was given in mar- iors at the University of Flori- !1 ,
the Glorleta Baptist- Assem- weekend with Rev. and Mrs. barb! and children of Indiana- riage by her father and wore, da. .
bly for six weeks. John Flynn. polis, bid. are visiting her mother -'f

Mrs. Paul Canova underwent Bobby Dodd Is attending National Mrs. Lola Johnson, and Vows ExchangedIn t
surgery Monday In Alachua Guard basic training at for Mr. three and Mrs weeks.Henry They Godwin also Hardy-Wiggins 1 # NO.C.:3-;: :
Fort Polk, La.
General Hospital. Ga. STOCK
had as visitors Mr. and Mrs. Macon, CeremonyThe

Francis: B. Beard Bl of Wilmington Mrs. Bessie Dukes of Lake vllle W.E.,Johnson Ga. from and Friday son of toTues-Hlnes- 1971 VEGA WAGON t
N.C. spent last Thurs- City visited Mr and Mrs. E. day. The W.E. Johnsons planto Mabel White Memorial table and at the other end was t
C. Dukes from to Tues-
day and Saturday with Mr. and Sunday to an epergnette holding white ta-
move Keystone Heightsin Baptist Church in Macon, Ga.
Mrs. Beard, Sr. day. August. was the setting for the mar- pers. The center arrangementwas Tinted Glass, Conditioning, Automatic Transmission

Mr. and Mrs. Hobble Shal- Mrs. Earl Garrison of Hayesvllle riage of Miss Lynda Faye Hardy daisies.white mums and shasta White Side Walled Tires, Wheel Rings, Radio; Custom t
Mr. and Mrs. Lennard to David
Register Eugene Wiggins
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ler and Mr. and Mrs. Ogden N.C. and Miss Evelyn Mrs Don !Neel: of Starke cut Interior Blue
Winchester of Atlanta and sons recently movedto on June 19 at 4 p.m. with Bright
Bates of Jacksonville attended were the wedding cake, assisted by
Crystal Lake, where they Rev. James W, Waters
per-
the Blue Angel air show at Thursday to Saturday guestsof Miss Susan Wiggins. Mrs.
Jacksonville NAS on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J.H. DuPre. have purchased a home. forming The bride the nuptials Is the daughter Wayne Wise and Mrs. George STOCK NO. C-31C7

of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bernard Asbell both of Macon, pre- 1971 CHEVELLE CCKKOURS t
sided at the punch bowl.
-- -- - - -- - Hardy of Macon and the groomis #
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the son of Mr. and Mrs. Following a wedding trip to
One Alva Wiggins of Starke. the mountains of Tennessee, 1V'( WAGON
Cool All Summer Decorating the altar was a the couple is residing in Fair- \
Stay large basket of white gladioli, bum, Ga. The bride traveledin
mums and daisies against a an aqua pants suit with white t
background of fern balls and accessories.The Tinted 1 Glass. Air Conditioning: Automatic Transmission, ;" ; ,
bride received her B.A.
burning two large tapers candelabras with degree from Georgia State Uni- Power Steering, 1'o4erBrakes! Radio, \\ hilcSidc 'Walta) !

W. Kenneth Carithers, organist versity and is employed by Tin's Wheel Covers: RearS caker And Carrier ,
and Mrs. W.A. Evans, Fulton County Schools, Atlanta, |> : Luggage ,
pianist, provided a program as elementary teacher. Cottonwood Green
H I: of nuptial music. The groom graduated from ,
Efi# Gi JLa.I!m:Gi I Thomas Titus of Starke and FSU and is employed by Fulton ,

sass: u!C :::s.et111iiilii11 "" Columbus, Ga. served as best County Schools, Atlanta, Ga. WAS $4609.25
I; man. Ushers were Gary Far- NOW $3988.08 ,
ber of Starke; Bobby Wiggins
ullH 1 11i111111 j brother of the groom; and Lt. Local admittances to Brad
Jerry B. hardy Macon, bro ford County Hospital this week NOW LOOK AT THESESTOCK
IIIII ther of the bride. Include: Mrs. Patsy llalsten,
II Miss Ann Lanier of Macon Lory Ann Hrantley, Mrs. Gladys -
: ( III served as maid of honor and Canova, Mrs.Gertrude Hai- NO. C-2981 A
IiIIIIII IIIII attendants were Miss Kathy sten, Mrs. Rachel Sasser, Mrs. A
( I III I II Sanford, Atlanta; Miss Ann Eula Andrews, Mrs. Bessie Al t" 1971 CHEVE11E MALIBU COUPE
( Wlllmoth; Elizabethtown. Ky., len. Tommy F. Edwards, Mrs.
WII1ll1 111111I1111111V and Mrs. Russell West, Macon Betty Jean Prevatt and Cla- 1
11 1 t All attendants were rance Van Syckel, Starke;
dressed alike In floor length Christine O. Becker and Mrs.
t tVB
floral print gowns of baby blue Ollie Strickland, Kalford; t
with empire waist. They wore Mrs. Minnie Rhoden and Mrs. Tinted Glass Air Conditioning Automatic" TIaib,Illi"ion,
Norma J. Thompson, and Les-
white, wide-brim horsehairhats
with blue streamers, and lie E. Whitehead, Lake Butler; I'owerSle'ering, White Side() W ailed Tires! Radio,

\Tile]\ Perfect Combination: Of nosegays.carried pastel spring flower Mrs. Rachel O. Moore, Brook- Rally Wheels, Solid Blue t

Miss Michelle Hardy, sister er.Mr.. and Mrs. Parnell Tyson f
QUALI'fYDEPENDABILI'FY of the bride, served as junior recently visited Mr. and
bridesmaid and was attired the Mrs. J.B. Herndon In Charleston SPECIAL $3494.27
same as the other attendants. S.C. They also went to
Given in marriage by her Chimney Rock, NC., and Camp t
father the bride wore a white Meeting of Congregational t C-2973
SERVICE peau de sole gown with em- ness last week.
pire waist, short sleeves and tf"o,1
"II' ftHti-r/ I III 'I'u! ,,;-! lace bodice. Her finger Up veil Mrs Idabel Dempsey of I\ 1971 CHEViilE M&LIBU
)
of bridal illusion was securedto Starke and sister, Miss Ophelia
a headpiece of peau de sole Tisdale of Miamihave returned t
All Models Equipped With 2-Speed QuietBlower flowers. She carried a white from a visit with relatives in t

Automatic Thermostat And Dehmnid- sweetheart A reception rose was nosegay.held In the family Mississippi reunion, and in Selma attended, Ala.a 4 Door, Tinted; Glass, Air Conditional I I. Automatic," Transmission

ifies As They Cool. yellow church and fellowship white spring hall where flowers They Cave and also Grand visited Ole Mammoth Opry In Power Steering, White Side Walh-d Tires Wheel t

vantage and candles points.were Mrs.placedat Robert Nashville, Tenn. Covers, Radio, :307) Vll EngineSOCIAL :

PIUCE Strobe rg met guests at Mr. and Mrs. E.II. CouncilSr. ,
T. % copies . the door. Mrs. Randy Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse $3444.61
Atlanta, kept the bride's harps of Ruskin were week-
v book.A end guests of Mr. and Mrs. f

BTU 1 Room $129.95 four-tiered wedding cake Dave Paulk.
5,000 1 topped with
1J wedding bells was Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gri 1971 CHEVSLLE SS COUP
J placed at one end of the bride'sMr. der and daughters visited Lloyd !

[ 8,000 BTU Up To 2 Rooms 179.95 and Mrs. W.R. Roysterand Sunday.Grider at St. Simon's Island t


11,000 BTU Up To 3 Rooms 219.95 visiting family her of mother Hurst.,Texas Mrs. Will are James Monday Hamilton overnight of guest Atlantawas of Air Conditioned, PowerStteriur Vnd I Brakes, Custom

Edwards, and Mr. and Mrs. his brother and sister-in-law. Steering W heel, AM FM Radio{ Automatic Transmission
Drew Reddish from Wednesdayto Mr. and Mrs.Sherrod Hamilton
15,000 BTU Up To 4 Rooms 239.95 Sunday.Mr. Equipment I Solid Dark Green t
CORRECTION: !
and Mrs T.L. Talley Mrs. Joyce Ann Smith Law- t ;
| 18,000 BTU Up To 5 Rooms 289.95 and family of Pasadena, Texas tey, announces (the birth of a $459540 NOW $3975.13
visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tal- daughter, Klmbcrll Rochelle,
ley recently. While here they June 28, in Bradford County
24,000 BTU Up To 7 Rooms 349.9: visited RMSA Tommy Tally of Hospital. t
the USS Sarsfleld at Mayport.

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Compare And Save! Phyllis Misses Sandra Meng visited Huggtns Miss and COUNTY THE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH I

Jayne Hardy In Atlanta over t tt
the July 4 weekend. ,, Publlihed! every Thursday
at IM: W. Call Street
Mr. and Mrs. George Hug- Slarke. Florida 32091Second
SLADE GAS gins were visiting relatives In ,
Macon, Ca. from Sunday to class postage paid
Tuesday.Mr. .I SUrke, Florida t tL


AND APPLIANCES returned. and Wednesday Mrs W.E.from Tilley ten- In Subscription trade area Rates".00 per: t 'STARK'FL R ',;

day visit with their son and
family, Sgi. and Mrs Steve yes; S2.TS ,1:1\: month ,
Tilley and son, at Colorado Outside trade area ".50
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Just. Great! WednesdayTwo ///& Square "

\ Juveniles from Bradford II"
Richard Roberta and Jimmy the two returned from the week fv County; were picked up in Dade ,, '
:
Andrews, Bradford represenHves long program sponsored by the City early Wednesday morning Semi-Annual
at Boy's State, both agreed American Legion. in a stolen car and are now : :
being held there on a chargeof (
learned an
that they un-
"In opinion,It's the great-
belleveable! amount about gov- my grand larceny and In con- t's
est thing the Legion does In the n nection with four breaking and
and how works,after
ernment state," Richard Roberta said. enter Ings that occurred between : :::
Jimmy Andrews said that .( 2 and 4:30: a.m. Wednesday.
"words can't describe how r ::
great It was." .. 'j Driving the car was a 13 Stocktaking .
old boy from
At Boy's State, June 26-JuIy ,, year Starke.
3, S40 boys from around the t : Tuck's Drive-In, the Super
I ri'-: Test Service Station the Phil-
state mot In the state capitol ,1
In Tallahassee, to learn about .. :. I 1 lips 66 Service Station, and the
state government and to act \.1\ BP Station on U.S. 301 South
as a regular legislature would. ------- were all broken Into. A 1968 .
The boys formed committees, Dodge Monaco was stolen from
elected officers, and passed Sundem Wins the BP station In the early .
.Aak bills. T.A. dawn hours of Wednesday mor- ClearanceStarting
Forty-one; bills went Into the ning.
rules committee and those Sizzler ContestGuessing Burglars also entered the BP
f p' passed Included an abortion bill, Station from a side window.
r1eg I one on Income 'tax, and a bill
taken from the
FW within eight minutes of when the needle on Nothing was
/ on the Cross Florida Barge
inside the station, but a Dodge
/I Canal was In Its final stageof the big thermometer at First Federal would hit 100 Monaco owned by the J.E. Hardy Monday
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T.A. Sundem of Kingsley Lake won himself the mini
passage.Each Auto Sales was stolen.Taxes. .
of the boys had to picka refrigerator above.
About This Question school they wished to attend. Mrs. Elverla DeVoe won second prize, a $25 savings
Roberts picked the school of account at First Federal; Ansel P. Mailman won third
"New package policies are law and Andrews picked the prize, a $15 savings account; Joseph C. Faulk won fourth ... JULY 19 AT 9:30: A. M.
school of civil service andgov-
appearing for offices, retailers prize, a $10 savings account, and Randall W. Davis won
vernmental careers. fUth prize, a $5 savings account.
and wholesalers. Andrews was voted Election (From Page One
)
They combine theft, public Board Chairman of the fictional President Bud Mizell congratulates the winner of tho
liability, and a great number city; he was representing.! second Sizzler Contest. Sundem picked 3:33: P.m. Wed- placed on a package of cigar-
nesday, July 7, for the temperature to first hit 100. lie ettes, bring the total state tax-
of optional coverages "They had a set of real strict had plenty of competition, Mizell says, with six persons es on a package of cigarettesto
with broad fire coverageat rules and at first some of the .
the day.COWlty
picking same 17 cents, Hep. Shaw pointed -
wanted to home, Roberts Save
a 10 per cent to 20 percent boys said. "nut go after a coupleof out. The 2< Is expected to ViVaVi&AAoreThis
premium saving. Joethe' raise $18,000,000. Until Octo-
knew that the strict
days you ..
Study. ber, however, $3.5 million of
Charley E. John!' Affency rules were there to help you
this Is to bo diverted to the
Invite businessfirtas get more out of the program. (From Page One) state's general revenue fund.
to consult about "After arriving In the capitol -
these new package policies we had about an hour anda require the residents served to an excellent program.A From It the Is cigarette anticipated tax that Increase -
half to get unpacked and acquainted taxes for the system.
?' pay water and district,
sewer Hrooker will receive $1,100,
said Jimmy with the Andrews.other boys'Ihls, Other methods were sugges- could be formed in unIncorporated Hampton$1,300, Lawtey $2,100, is a storewide clearance sale whenWilson's
ted by Sabls, but all had draw- areas, but requires the ,
Charley E. was about our only free time backs making them less desirable petition of freeholder,mak- and Starke $20,400.An .
during the entire week. They than the county; wide ing that a drawback from the additional penny was also
,JOHNS AGENCY kept every minute of the day utility authority.; commission's point of view. added to the state gasoline tax cleans house of odd' lots broken
filled from 6:11: In the morn- bring, that to 8C. The additional ,
Ing to 11:30: at night."I : Formation of a water and Congested areas could be annexed Is expected to net (lie
131 So. Walnut St. sewer association, for instance by existing towns, but penny
Phone 984-5070 though I had the a hours lot of are fun rough., even" levy taxes, lacks, although the authority offering to lem that for would the not entire solve county.the prob- state an money additional will go based$36,000,000.The to the 50 coun-. sizes & color ranges and manufacturer discontinued -
ties on a formula per
cent on collections and 50 per
million cent on population.will bo diverted Again,to$14.2 the styles, so shop early while selec-


Every Appliance In Our Store way state's finance Patrol general for the the Florida revenue ensuing High-fundto fiscal tions are good. Charge Everything on C. B. A.

year.
from the Increased gas tax
Bradford Is expected to net SHOP
$62,900 in additional tax re-
venue. Broken down, the pennyof
gas tax will net Brooker
$1,500, Hampton $ .700, Law- WILSON'SGAINESVILLE
tey $2,700, Starke ;20,900;> and "
the county $36,200.The .

3 BIG DAYS Sears STARK also- been general increased sales fl..ceu tax.three has .
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to four < 1 t commercial: fishing equipment, :I
,
s. and Industrial equipment. The V. 3' -l ,, '- ; ?4* *r%
Our National Increase Is expected to net the .
state revenue.$28,000,000;In additional Monday -'Saturday 930A.: M. 9 P. M.


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PL 20610 234.95 199.95 PL 71860 294.95 249.95 PL 61690 374.95 319.95 Icf I y ip

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WAS NOW Console Stereos WAS NOW p t
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PL 1164 314.95 264.95 R 4095 N 354.95 333.88 R97410N 399.95 359.95 I

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In addition to the above low prices, for these 3 days

Service only these discounts will be given on any appliance bought. !/tar Sears Do you really need a

What We Sell $ 5.00 off on appliance 5099.99 Etiny
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>n the Anywhere U.S.A. 10.00 off on appliance 1 100199.99 / fIpnt I'lan better reason to save?

20.00 off on appliance 200299.99

30.00 off on appliance 300--and over

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Tire Wins 1 1 1f Jewelry-Bank Team Aims At Men's TitleGoing

Women's InvitationalIn

Into the last week of to down Andrews Drugs, 11-9.
the regular season, \\llllams- I railing 6-4 going Into the top Tcrwillegar win their ninth munity: : 3:15: p.m., Cunninghamvs
game by
downing first
Jewelry-Community Bank Bap First Baptist.
retained of the sixth, the Hippies exploded tist 10-5.1-
one of the most its one game lead for Douglas had three Tuesday, July 20- Playoffs
success next game was to take place over seven runs to take hits to lead the Hippies with
ful tournament held In Starke the Hurst Shell Terwillegar I Ford the lead.
gods were good to the Nlc! John' Powell, Hobble Smith Bob
to date. Gainesville for the second half
Tire same: Gainesville women clouds hid t crown In
out of the losers bracket to the sun and the Tire team ; i +v. Men's Slowoltch Softball. led Billdams the and Mark Milner Muller, and Tim Eiland get- A Hole in Your Hoof
win Starke's Second.Annual knocked Hippies with two hits ting two hits each. Bill Mc-
: off Lake City 7-4 to .
Women's Invitational Softball set up the final game. In (the Williams Jewelry has but one each Jesse. Wheeler led Andrews Hae and Mark I'atraj had two Or A
Tournament.In challenging game left and that with three hits, while hits each for I First Baptist.
championship game everything is Sunday, July 18, with llurst- James I Fender, Fred Wheeler WHOLENEW
the Initial tourney last fell Into place for Gainesville 9dSfeSb& Terwlllegar. Hurst lerwll- and Jimmy Wheeler each had The second game saw Williams
year Gainesville Tire swept and they capped the first place legar must get by the Inde- two hits. Jewelry win their ninth .
through the field undefeated. trophy with a 10-0 win. pendents, Wednesday, July 14, game also as the)' downedn-
However, this year's Lake in Second game of the night saw drews Drugs 10-5. I Men f.nann HOOF'
entries in order to
City made a real fine stay contention
Children making the hike((1-r) v
Tots Cunningham Gulf
provided tougher Tiny virtually e- had three hits for UIIHams-
competition.R showing In posting wins for the second half crown.
over were load Uryant, Curtis liminate the Independents from Community with John ,'Johnson J
Norman's Farm of Starke 8-0. & J Roofing Co. ..i z
13-3 over St. Augustine, 74over Enjoy PicnicAbout Green, Sellna Cassels, Lori Hurst Terwillegar could contention in the league by hand- and I Frank doolsey with two ;...
McKinney, Aprllllofl'man, John Ing them their fifth loss, by hits
Gainesville before losing throw the second half Into a each. Phone !)Jlj< 1-8778
David Francis, Shane Johnson the score of 7-6 in eight inn-
playoff by winning the rest of
the
double header :
Sunday af- Julee Wise I SCIIIDUUV.Thursday:: : Illwny 301 South ,:
Kurt Inxs.
Browning, their games and, therefore, be .
ternoon.
Florida
Bank of De-
35 July I:;-i:30: First .
land children are now Johnny Burch, David Leslie, tied with Wllllam.C'ommunity.There .
took the third place trophy The score was tied at 4-4 Baptist vs \MlliamsCommunlty
-
enjoying the fun and gamesof Andy Chaff, Jeff Taylor, Kevin would then be a three
home by posting 11-6 win the Tiny Tot in the fifth inning and It was- ;; 9 pm.ndrews vs Independents -
over Palatka, 16-4 over St. Program which Johns, Susie Alvarez, Bernie game playoff for second half. n't until the bottom of the eighth .
Augustine, 16-7 over Colonial past has been three In weeks.full swing for the Akrldge, 'Tommy Crosby, Hobby if Williams-Community won that Cunningham came up with Sunday', ,'July] 1.45-Hurst-: tt1@:
Florist McGee Chuck GodcJowns; that series they would meet
three
while losing only to Last runs to win the game Terwlllcgar vs Wllliams-Com-
Gainesville 11-10 and 83. Friday the children hiked and Melissa Glover again In a three game series after the Independents had FURNITURE
r down to Wainwright Park for Mothers who accompanied the for the league championship. scored two runs In the top of
Colonial Florist finished the morning where they played group were Bobbie i Fay Chaff, If Ilurst-Terwlllegar won the the inning. Harold Bishop was Com-a e e .
ll
.w quality me Furnishings!
fourth place behind Deland.The games and ate a packed lunch. Barbara Brown, and Madge Ak- second half series they wouldbe top man for Cunningham with .
wWr. Starke team defeated Palatka ridge. league champions because Uireo hits while Harold Davis, \ IRLIMl:; inward toss ePCIISIVP "\,. Custom DriipiriesCarpeting
23-8 and Macclenny 15-11 while "All In all it was quite an they won the first half. Wayne Sapp and Claude Ilar- wi'fljmgs%!: i Is icnuiicd, .
losing to Deland 16-7 and MOVIES enjoyable morning," Recreation dee had two hits each and it I is in he hnpnrl iltni, I lies' Inteli. .r. bv Victor
Gainesville 9-1. Dept Director Gene nay Monday, July] 12, saw lltirstTerwIlleRar will pinvr .I| lort.il, d, duiiilili,,,, IUOO Park Av... Orange P.k
burn said come from behindwwwwar lue&d.o: July 13, saw Ilurstwwwwwwww .is the I ,
The tournament e'IIII'mod"i If
were 261.9131'
games Award winning :! !
Director "LoveStory.
pr sntt well attended, expecially the produced from Erich Segal's
championship trophy to evening contests and the conduct number one best seller of the iseaA.wwsa.I- --- wwwww'------- -
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Willie Griff! alike creation was Director excellent,Gene says Ray-Re- long Theatre run. Friday for a week- .


opening to Gainesville Gainesville the losers game.won almost bracket with that was In Deland.contest their sent the burn.heard ney organization umpiring complimenting Many and comments, the the facilities the playing tour-were, young Ryan his law family O'Neal student fortune portrays who to marrya a givesup rich Join The Carrier Comfort Parade !

and conduct of the team. poor Italian girl All Mac-
11-10 in eight innings after stav-
Craw, whom he
meets at college o
ing off defeat by scoring twicein "All this makes everyone look 0
the bottom of the seventh. forward to the third annual 0
The Tire team of Gainesville tournament In 1972," added the For this special showing of .
F-
then met Starke's Colonial Flo- tournament manager. "Love Story", the theatre will .
rist and handed the Starke team be open all nights of the week, o ,li f. .
Its first loss, 9-1. Including Wednesday and 0
PouHrymenFamily Thursday.
Gainesville then met Lake 0o
City, with these two tea.ns the Night Playing at the 301 Drive-in {
only remaining teams in the Friday and Saturday will be .
winners bracket: and Lake City Set For July 17 two Disney hits, "Son of Flub- 0
came out on'top by a 7-3 ber" and "Smith". 1i
score. This meant that In order I R 0
for the Tire team to e- The Second Annual Meeting Brewster McCloud which opens .
merge as champions they would and Family Night Supper of Sunday at the drive-in, .
have to take three back-to- the North Florida Poultry Pro- reunites director Altman with .
back games in the sun, Sun- ducers Association will be held seven actors from his highly __ .
day afternoon, a feat that Is at 6:30: p.m. Saturday, July 17, successful "M-AS-H," Including .
not easily accomplished. at the Bradford County Fair stars Bud Cort Sally 0
grounds. Kellerman, and Michael Mur- .
The eventual champions met Members are asked to bring Phy. 0 _
Deland at 2 pjn. and the sun their favorite covered dish of .
was bearing down, but so was a vegetable, salad, or dessert. Second hit of the night will k I flhr .
be "Alex In Wonderland"which
Gainesville Tire as they eli- The Association will prepare h
minated the third place finisher fried chicken and have all the stars Donald Sutherland and .
Deland, 8-3.Just before the trimmings ready. Jeanne Moreau. .


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LA WTEY


By Ear BUnobnl

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Youth Week will be observed
July 26-30 at Grace Methodlsf t ,
Church. This Includes all young 0
people from low 20.. They
will meet each evening. 7:30:
to 9 IXJTU
The Sub-District MYF had
their summer picnic last Saturday -
They all went tubing on
the Itehtuckney River and afterward
enjoyed a good lunch. 0
They were really hungry af
ter that unusual ride. Attending t
., ,
were Lamar Priest Nena y ,
Day, Chuck Norton Dean Tray- .
tor, Greg Dyal George Pagan
and Debbie Napier.

CHURCH ACTIVITIES
Grace United Methodist: Sun
day School 9:45: a.m.. Worship -
services 11 a.m.; Choir Practice 1
Tuesday 7 p.m.; MYF 7:30: :! JULY 21 .
p.m.; Wednesday Prayer Meet- 1 1 op err twvs t PRICES GOOD THURS., JULY 15 WED., ?,,W .
Ing 7:30: p.m.; Thursday. Sun- 'open FRIDAY cum tP.fc
day School picnic at Strickland's ,
Landing. The WSCS met
on Tuesday evening at the home
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICI n'g
of Mrs. R.E. Lee.Pastor, SLICED
Rev. Donald Denton till QUARTfR LOIN BONELESS BOTTOM ROUND

Church of God: Sunday School Pork l Cho s ,. 69c SAVE N a 1 130e

10 a.m., Worship services II ROAST
I
a.m. and 7:30: P.m.Family night I ,y 'I
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. -Pastor USDA CHOICC W D BRAND BEEP STEAKS \A r #

Carl D. FinkHighland \ h /
Delmonicos. IB.IB.. $179 1
Baptist!: Sunday _--
School 9:45: a.m., Worship ser
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., USDA CHOICE W.D RAND SEEP BONELESS

7:30 Prayer practice.p.m.meeting followed.Wednesday by choir Rump RoastUSDA 139

Rev. Larry Bolden of Ten-
nessee was guest speaker Sun- CHOICE W D BRAND tilt WHOLE ((6/S/ ovg. Col, I Wropp.d Jr.) W-D BRAND PURI
day morning and evening. Mrs
Bolden and their new son, Lar-
Tenderloins. $199 Gr. Beef
ry Jr., were lnattendance.1'h1awaa
his first opportunity to LB.
attend Church since his( arrival
In the world. -Pastor, Raymond
Caudill

PERSONALS THRIFTY MAID FRUITDrinks 99

Friends are pleased to learn 4 $1, $
that F.T. Redd of Macon, Ga., CANS
who suffered a heart attack '
while he and Mrs. Redd were / HIC FRUITDrinks
visiting her mother, Mrs. O. 3 $', 5
J. Phillips, last week and war CANS
confined In Memorial Hospital,
SAVE lie<< SPARKY
Jacksonville will be at Mrs LBS
Phillips' until the doctor releases Charcoal.20 88CASTOE
him so he and Mrs. -
Redd can !go home. Mrs. Redd FRUITCOCItail
and Mrs. Phillips spent the I ..tt.
time of his hospitalization with 8 88 JUMBO VINE RIPE WESTERN
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie PhillipsIn CANS
Jacksonville to be near him. ,,... Cantaloupes . 2 FOR 89CUS
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Redd
and family of Macon Ga. were
visiting his father !In the hospital -
last week. 'W KEEP AMERICA CLEAN WITH

Neal Redd and friends Miss rV' No. I ALL PURPOSE ((20 Ib.. 99c)
Debra Stewart and Mike Honey
all of Macon Ga., spent CtO, ROX L Potatoes, . 1O B'AG59e
last weekend with Mrs. O.J. ..
Phillips and Dean visited his r ,
father In the hospital. ) "" limit 2 with $7.50.r mar purchat<< *excluding

Mrs. Thelma! Fagan Bottle SAVE Ole ASTOR All VEGETABLEShortening clgar tte>..
and Tommy and George of De- .
land were visiting Rev. and 3 38C
Mrs. Denton over the week CAN
end.
Miss Elizabeth Terry has returned Limit 1 Astor or Crisco Shortening with $7.50 or more food order SAVE
19e
from spending four excluding cigarettes.
weeks with Mrs. John Wyrlck BLUE PLATE tf
In Tallahassee. She Joined Mrs. 1
Wyrick, Mrs. Charles Carter Mayonnaise f 3::R' 44C
and Mrs. Larry Carter In vegetable 64-011.
and fruit canning.
The Padgett and Norman families DEEP SOUTH BonLi
gave a family dinner for '
Mrs. Zettle celebrating her Mayonnaise 3 .' 34C
-
birthday anniversary. The .
beautiful birthday cake
was presented -
and everyone enjoyed Limit 1 Blue Plate or Deep South Mayonnaise with $7.50, or more food

the dinner along with much order excluding cigarettes. Quantity Rights
pleasant chatter. Approximately CHEK ALL PLAVORSSoft Reserved

event 50 rolatlveeenJoyedthfll Drinks 6 wl00. 0 WINN COPYRIGHT-DIXIE STORES 1971 INC.

Mrs. John Bennett was honored -
on\ Sunday with a surprise
supper Including a delicious
birthday cake observing t ;
her birthday anniversaryat
her home by her family.
Attending, besides members of
the family, were Mr. and Mrs SAVE 30e Thunderbolt ChunklesShrimp
W. Bennett, Joey and Nancy, .
Mrs. Troy Bennett Mrs. Hattie s le. $1"
Darley and Miss' Sinna Pre.- -
cotu The special cake and din
ner were much enjoyed an FROZEN FRENCH FRY REGULAR OR CRINKLE CUT
everyone had a good time vis
$1
lung Potatoes 3 PKGS.
Mr. and Mrs. Malnes Crlffls -

and family of Palatka were SAV 38c< MRS. SMITH'S DUTCH APPLE PEACH, LEMON MER. APPLE, CHERRY .. COCONUT
visiting Mrs. Nell Wilkinson
Mrs. Daisy Bach and Lynn or Fruit Pies 2 2.100
Sunday.Mr. PIES" |

and Mrs. Henry Sonles-

dek kl and of mother Chicago,Mrs.111.,Mary have Du-returned I

and In Florida.Mrs.after Glenn They a two Shuford visited weeks visit Mr.and MintJd cw& ifo The Bay at W DtKie !


family and Mrs. Hester Hicks
and took Mrs. Hicks for a
tour of Orlando, Disney Land -- --- --..-- -. -- -- .- -- -- --- - -- -- -- ...- ------- -- -- - -- - - - -- - - - -- -- - - -
Sliver Springs, Six Gun Territory
and spent two days >In EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA ; EXTRA ; EXTRA

Daytona the Beach.visit with They a terminated family I I S&H GREEN I I S&H GREEN I I S&H GREEN I I S&H GREEN I I S&H GREEN

dinner
picnic at Klngsley
Beach. STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS I

WIINMMI1AIt t WITH NIWSPAPHCOUPON .IfN.MIWlI.f1. ( .11"MIw1M... w11N"'.0'."" I
Mrs. J. Green and children, tOYON 1uK.AM Of ft PUICNAM Of rouOOM wKM WM COUOOM a wKM.N q I COUlON'wKM.N Of I
,A ery and Donald, of Jacksonville ONE 40-... BOTTLE 3 IArH SIZE BARS I I I
spent Sunday with Mrs. 24.CT) BOX DEEP SOUTH *c OFF 3 LB LAG E I20O OF ANY I
Green's REGULAR OR SUPER j PIANUTurriR DIALSOAP ( CHARCOALPIUS SUPIRBRANDCHIISI I
grandparents, Mr. and OAltN OittN O,1N OAN E OnN
... .. .
Mrs O.J. Anders + KOTIX [ """" I [* l *+ + I
GOOD THRU JULY 21 GOOD THRU JULY 21 GOOD THRU JULY 21 GOOD THRU JULY 21 I GOOD THRU JULY 21AT I
No. I No. 2 No.. 3 .. ........ No No. S I Itr
TOM tofu WIMM.M .f rear toff W.NM MtN T YOU tofu ** n rout rota w.-..... root tau WIMM.OIIIINo. I
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JOHN Your& SARAH Hosts REID I I S&H GREEN I I S&H GREEN I I S&H GREEN I I I S&H GREEN I I S&H GREEN

IS MOW OPEN
STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS
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win*,[W PPM wnuww.rte WtlMMIWIPAPflCOUPON t WI,"_."" t wn.wtweLne
IB. Our Business COUPON PUKHAM Of COUlON a wtuwe ar A PUKMAM Of courort wtcnat a COUPON PUKMAU Of 1
BBS. .,""" 19 p.m. HORMEl ANY TWO ,iA. OR 1et.. PICO.W.D 6 PIC. 6-oL CANS t TWO HALP GALS. 1
The Finest Pit In Fla. CURS SI SHIPPED' GRAM-"A* AStOR SUPERBRAND PEACH 1on.N
.ONI1ISSHAM PRISHRYIRS .. {fir 1 ORANOIJUJCI I ICI 1T
CaU 782-3747 For TakeOut o aN [[ ontN n.7N
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On Fla.301 ...*"_. IatN w........... N*..1 7 TOMB total wxn4..... No.A.I VOVe tOCAA WIMM.O4MI4 Na a f rouo tau wwr-Mtu No.f 10 VOUfl tO Al WtMM-MHIf !
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_..9Mr In The County Judge's 'Court In The County Judge's Courtof court on or before August 9, NOTICIOF FORECLOSURE Gilbert S. Brown -
In And For Bradford County Bradford FloridaIn 1971 otherwise a Judgement Harry !M. Hobbs, P.A.
County ; may SALE( !tt CLERK CIRCUIT Clerk Circuit CourtBv
.... .
-- --.. Florida. Attorney for Plaintiff ,
--- re: Estate of Reba Andreu be entered against you for the COURT
... ... AL IIYw1 In Probate relief demanded in the : Beulah M. Moody 725 E. Kennedy Blvd. :
r-LL..L1-r W.L.N Norsworthy Deceased com- NOTICE; is hereby given that
-- .. .. 10, 1971UAtlitTIM File No. 1-1936 NOTICE OF PROBATETo plaint or petition. (lie undersigned Gilbert S. Deputy Clerk Tampa Florida 33602It

.....,. In Re: Estate of Robert R. All Persons Interested In WITNESS my hand and the Brown Clerk of the Circuit Harry M. llobbs P.A. 7/13
......- Rogan, Deceased. The Estate of Said Decedent Court Court Attorney for Plaintiff
t-=== : seal of said on July 6, of Bradford County Florida -
'-"-..--...- '. -m; n NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo You are here notified that a will on the 23rd:: day of 725 E. Kennedy Blvd.
1
t.=---:.=-::::::--=-.-. :angrr: tN I Ir. All Creditors and Persona written Instrument purporting 1971.Gilbert S, BrownAs July, 1971, at 11:00.M.. at Tampa Florida 33602 In The County Judge's Courtof

=:----_-_.- ", I Having Claims or Demands Against to be the last will and testa- Clerk of said Court the front door of the Court- Bradford County FloridaIn

-.------------...--___-:- iai3fc i "" i iS Said Estate: ment of said decedent has been house of Bradford Count, Flo- it 715XOTICr. re: Estate of !Ueba Andreu
E.-;: == -: r You and each of you are here- admitted to probate in this By: Beulah M. MoodyAs rida, In the City of Starke. !Norsworthy: Deceased
:
:1R1LYrla, 1 -- -- -.. ;1_ Y by notified and required to pre court. You are hereby com- Deputy Clerk Florida, offer for sale and sell :; OF FORKCLOSt'RP NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r sent any claims and demands manded within six calendar (Court Seal I) nt public outcry to the highest SU.E:: BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT All creditors of the estate of
_.._ which you' or either of months from the COURT Iteba Andreu !Norsworthy: deceased
r..r --- I W W .. rS you date of the 7/8 4t 7/29 and best bidder for cash the -
.r. -arr.-4.1..---+ -I.I-ra1-.Lr--rr : Wtom. may have against the estate first publication of this noticeto following described property Notice Is hereby given that arc hereby notified and

---...wrawrr...--...-- gi I.rwrr.4r of ROBERT R. ROGAN deceased appear In this court and situate! In Bradford Count>., Florida the undersigned, Gilbert S. required to file any claims or
.--------- .. late of said County show cause If any you can, o 111 f The' df rT'to-u f'VlMIn to-wit Brown, Clerk of the Circuit demands which they may have
-":;"::-"= !- .-.. _- to the County Judge of Brad- why the action of this courtin re Estate of Delma Lesley Beginning at the intersectionof Court of Bradford County Florida against said estate In the office -

.... .. -----.- t:1m.: : ; r- W- -rr- rr.l.atrr ford County Florida at his admitting said will to pro- Thomas Deceased the East line of the VW will on the 26 day of of the county judge' of
-. ---r..ar.rrrrrYrrIY.-. office In the courthouse of said bate should not stand unrevoked. NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Sec- July, 1971, at 11:00: .\.M. attlie, Bradford
.:. .. ., I:;; County at Starke Florida with-/ creditors of the estateof tion 12, Township 8 South front door of the Courthouseof the courthouse at Starke Florida -
RILL rlrrn, ufhUnrr anon.rwUNrwoNYra1Uv + In six calendar months from /Theron A. Yawn Delma Lesley Thomas, Deceased Range 22 East, and the North Bradford Count', Florida within six calendar months

.. ON IOANI ass ....."'.. the time of the first publication County Judge Bradford County are hereby notified and border of a State Road (said in tie City of Starke Florida from Uie date of the first publication -
r=-.=:_-::_-----r--rrwr. ..L..rrr ..: PO .N of this notice. Two co- Fla. required to file any claimsor point being 40 feet from cen- offer for sale and sell at pub of this notice Each

r-.-....-..MMAVM---IAAM-......... : pfos of each claim or demand demands which they may terline of said State Rd.) tic outcry' to Die highest and claim or demand must be In
N.rr.IA.. AttOYNrrrrra. ,* shall be In writing and shall By; Beulah Moody have against said estate In the thence West along said St. best bidder for cash, the following writing and must be swornto
-- state the place of residence Clerk office of the county Judge of Rd. 100 feet to the P.O.B. described property situate b} Die claimant, his agent,
.a. :-::.:=-:: -ar ,.. I.. a and postofflce address 'of $e Bradford County Florida In Thence North purellellng the In Bradford County, Florida or his attorney or it will become -
...-.-.Y.I-1 claimant and shall be sworn 1/8 4t 7/29 to-wit: void according to law.
the courthouse at Starke Florida East line of the NW 1/4 of
: ::E-'n.--: ""' _-- u. -, m 100 oo a to by the claimant. Its agent,. within six calendar the NW 1/4 of Section 12, For a point of( beginning begin Lawrence W. :N'orsworUi;
v--r..+ or attorney find in the SW corner of the Executor: of tile Estate
Of. OJ ; ( accompanied/ months from the date of the Township 8 South Range 22 of
It 4..1Y.-.Y.r r-yy l 01 m r In The Circuit C&urt EighthJudicial
4 totLL totAL.CAPITAL...,uIa AY.YYNS ._._ANDCAnILL rowan ? by a filing fee of one dollar Circuit of Florida In first publication cf this no- East, 300 feet, thence West E 1/2 of the S 1/2 of SW 1/4 Rein ndreu'orrworU13': ', Deceased -
and ,!!ichteMm or demand not and For Bradford County tice. Each claim or demand 100 feet thence South paralleling of SK. 1/4 of Section, Town-
I L.r.lr_..r.11_a/a01AN.A .. so shall void.. ship 5 South Range 22 East June 23, 1971
..... r-rM..Y.- IN N L CIVIL ACTION must be In writing and must the said East line of
-- -+ ... .. /
.---------rrr---- -I. NMIN sOdell F. Rogan Edward Malvin Powell and state the place of residenceand the NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 thence run !North; 105 feet first Publication July 8, 1971.

Executrix of the Estate of Janet Marie Powell his wife postoffice address of the 300 feet to a point 40 feet thence run East 105 feet,

.t. .MM. _.,aool\1.. ..r-r,..+..1.IGINIna.ar.1. i i ik ...._.._ Robert R. Rogan deceased claimant and must b. sworn from the centerline of a State thence South 105 feet, thence George II. fierce
.--- Petitioners.ADOPTION West 105 feet to the P.O.B. P.O. Drawer 1030
to by the claimant, his agent, Road thence East 100 feet
--- .. Myron Prevatt NOTICE OF SUIT- NO PROPERTY Bradford County Florida Starkc, Pla. 32091
"'t AdrI'L'i or his attorney or It will become to the P.O.B. Being a part
Attorney at Law pursuant to the Final Judgmentof Atty. for Executor
of NW 1/4
void according to law. the of the NW
: .:Z"f.4r ; l_ Keystone Heights! Florida To: James Gorman 134.1/2 25th June A.D,1971 1/4 of Section 12, Township Foreclosure entered In a 7/8 41 7/29
a.-. .-U f Attorney for the Estate; Magnolia Avenue Daytona 8 South Range 22 East, Brad- case pending In said Court,

Beach Florida & Robert How- Seletta Thomas ford County, Florida the style of which is:

n..,.. ._" __ 7/1 4t 7/22 ards. 601 14th North. St. Petersburg Administratrix of the Estate pursuant to the Final Judgmentof Mid-State Homes Inc.,a Flo- !NOTICE;
"M\: .':. -....---.. 9111 .... JYlr. Wan Florida. of Delma Lesley Thomas Foreclosure entered in a rida corporation Plaintiff

:::'::" ::''J.'ft'P., AArY-.n.. In The County Judge's Courtof You are hereby notified that deceased. case pending In said Court, the -vs- Adel Padgett, single Defendants TIlE BO MID OF TAX \n-
Bradford County, FloridaIn an action for Adoption has been style of which Is: and the docket num-
__..<1'11 re: Estate of Eva G. Sullivan and First Publication on July 1 1,1971 ber of which Is I 1. Jl'STMnVIS:; WILL :MEET: 0.Jl'I.Y :-\
filed against are Mid-State .
Deceased. you you Homes Inc., a WITNESS my hand and the, 19, 1971, at 9:30: \..'01.I .
required to serve a copy of Florida corporation, Plaintiff I in!! the Board of County I Com-
official
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll George H. Pierce seal of said Court this
If
fi..lrrt4rWr written
r YYt..LU wr rrrM M your defenses. any -vsWendell O'Steen and Elena missioners Room
to hear
.. IaV Ie MM.....01 HOT!* .... D..1..NYL.41r4ar 1M_..1Id.M creditors of the estate to It. on the plaintiffs attorney Attorney for AdministratrixP.O. nor O'Steen Defendants and the 9th day of July 1971. complaints of their, \ssessmcnts. -
.Jim. 30, 1971AIII11 of Eva G. Sullivan, deceased, whose name and addressis Drawer 1030 docket number of which Is 1036. Gilbert S. Brown .
are hereby notified and required George II. Pierce 203.205 Starke Florida WITNESS my hand and the Clerk Circuit Court

4.-.. II. I-. to file any claims or N. Temple Ave., Starke Florida official seal of said Court, this Beulah M. 7/8 2t 7/15
.LWr.,4rrrtn.IIYI.. I. ,"'! I. demands which have 7/8 4t 7/29 By: Moody
-- I they may
a M IY N and file the original with 12th day of July 1971. Clerk
m-r.r
a-ra Deputy
.n.r.-.1q.L'ire -=::: :1--a.l ,...w NI 303 d: :at I i against of said the estate county In Judge the office of- the clerk of the above styled ----

.!E.E"a .. J, .. :i Bradford County Florida In
----------- ... .. .
..
the courthouse at Florida
---_ ----- .. Starke -
II U .Ywr trr..rr"... .rr--ww.a. r-1-.r..r., T- I.. .U within six calendar FOOD FAIR
II 14 ......r..... idkift II.I'IL months from the date of the }all.
STARKE'SLOWEST
ILI./hull. first publication of this notice.

I.1.------tr r.---ra,.wgAr-Lrar.ar. t .I>.. .... Each claim or demand must be us.cHOlcl FOOD
I a a1.o..u.rY..a---.a--r rr r--. a Ji m 94 :: in writing and must state the
us D..w.r.--rrrr. a .. place of residence and post-
: o.=_-==_ .
a .........r.. .......DJ.a_ _II w_ U. n. office address of the claimantand CENTER CUTSTEAKS FOOD
.... ........ .... ... ...
"' -- = -
....._____ '_raL ... .I must be sworn to by the
: ::::"..'rr.rrr=----.- I I claimant, his agent, or his attorney FAIR PRICES!

n: .:.=.._..-=.-....-..--r- .t or it will become void
according to law.
Y r nx r.oos, ...u.rutt-.......-................._DI.... a aa June 14, 1971 A.D. 320 S. WALNUT ST.

I-arraw'r./I ON 10AMI ASS IfCVBITIllTUTAI. Wanda Griffin Curtis SUPERMARKETS
.,
.
:::= / ---- N IN Nu
a..r T a Executrix of the Estate of
r --..-.-*....ON UMMtAMOMCUMTIM. a aY Eva G. Sullivan deceased

CAPITA.! ACCOUNTS.
ur-rral.. r tONUS SOYS GOOD THRU WIDNISDAf.JUIY 21. 1971, QUANTITY RIGHTS RISIUVID.mimr .
.
-. -r..r-rr.Lrr.I, First publication on July 1,
Y r -I-Lr-.M..IY-- r a 1971. iow ma rvnrur tow wad nrnmr uir men inmnrMr itw wen mimr tow mail miwr uw marl mmtr.itwmafWminti uw mat

S. ..:.:.::.:.w.w:.;; -I I aoo q .N Ya George H. Pierce

.....;.:. _.JaN -"MLr-r.,1r.--. aool 00 Yn 203-205 N, Temple Ave. BEEF CHUeit STEW
sa
--.t--.rr.rrlwa I Starke Florida -a .13R DAISY
"IUAL""...."..........?...A5.WtLL ICCWYn" r Attorney fcjr Executrix SAUSAGE r ]

.......... A' '+ ..... ., 7/L 4t 7/22
: 1.-.w.r: : :WILYW rw.-rY-a \ m :: :: 1 2/39
ivw rr.-u.-r."ww,w.w+rr A i ,INN
I I.I.
In The Circuit Court, Eighth
-_.. ....- ..r r.r1-L.-..IiiRlelrw.wla.A.aYr Judicial Circuit of Florida In 1 PANTRY PHI DF
... nurttr iow rt/ai/ i nrwrwr tow f o*l tmrw tow mat* mirm tow men
-as r.-r.a..rr ?: :}, .1J' And For Bradford County "
.. ...
r..r-ra /r'7'/I'-I.I'6-/ CIVIL ACTION

Willie Mae Hayes, Plaintiff FABRIC ICE TEA UJ TfllOWCUN* ROYAL

r..Lr 1. J..r j 1- -vsWilliam Mickey Hayes 4i* .e. GELATINS
FINISH
aaq- Defendant k"I m 79M
NOTICE OF SUIT NO PROPERTY
n* *
O9
-I 11-IS. .-, rWN .-
":. "'" ,.-..2,..,i'...-... too r-" '-10 .," To: William Mickey Hayes Q Oz.: save) :? H'
--- ---fc>i
r,-.-. July 22, 1972 f-S .L'l-l.: You are hereby notified that
--r--
an action for Divorce has been

filed against you William Mick-
I BONELESS
GROUND
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR ey Hayes and you are requiredto CHUCK

TAX DEED serve a copy of your writ- FULL CUT ROUNDL
Notice Is Hereby Given, that In The Court of the County ten defenses If any to It, on
Marie Smith the holder of the Judge Bradford County Flo- the plaintiff's attorney, whose / LEAN BEEF
following certificates has filed rida. In Probate.In. name and address Is lion STEAKROAST TENDERLB
said certificates for a tax deedto Re: Estate of Mable J. George If. Pierce Starke Florida -

be Issued thereon. The cer- Fletcher deceased.To and file the original with
tificate numbers and years of All Creditors and Per- the clerk of the above styled L I SAVI UP 3 LBS ,I UlRW1 #A
sons Having Claims or Demands TO IKPI IOrPI/Cf/ /'I Inurur 4 9'"
Issuance the description of the Against Said Estate: court on or before August 2, 9 8 ISIViaVDAT. 58 & OVER
B
which property It was and assessed the names are as In You and each and of you are 1971. unaft, LB

hereby notified requiredto
follows: Gilbert S. Brown
Certificate No. 75, Year of present any claims and demands As Clerk of said Court

Issuance 1968. Description of which you or eitherof COMPAREF!: ..

Property Lots 9,18 of Blk 1 1InTJahagan you may have against the By: Beulah M. Moody KING FRESHSIZE
: S/D. estate of Mable J. Fletcher As Deputy Clerk PUNCH Del Monte Corn .'::" :vs;; : 7:21': 4/l/ *1.16 tat
deceased late of said County
(Court Seal)
Name In which assessed Es-
telle AdWns Est to the County Judge of Brad- Green Giant Corn.v:1,1,0.,' '': *.?:i: 4/l/ Si."> Ik

All the County of said of property Bradford beingIn Stateof office ford County in the Florida court house, at his of 7/8 4t 7/29 OR DRIVE American Beauty Hominy 'I. .OI2/25/ 2/291 41U< PEACHESONUS

Florida. said County at Starke Florida Cut Green Beans :;.7,: 4/l tae
/ si.u
within six calendar months fn The Circuit Court, Eighth
Unless such certificate or time of the first pub- Judicial Circuit of Florida In .. C I
from the
Rosedale Limas "' "' 6/$1/ SI.26 eat
certificates shall be redeemed
lication of this Notice. Each And For Bradford County I 9
described according to In law such the certificate property claim or demand shall be in CIVIL ACTION I L99J\ : ::,} : Mushrooms .. na mn I 'K"' 3/89/ 3/1.00 BUY 1 ."'
the ..
and shall state .
writing 1134
Case No.
certificates will be sold :': 2/23c
or to the highest bidder at the place of residence and post John Burton Harrington, Pork & Beans 'rsorc: : / vest It

court house door on the first office address of the claimant Plaintiff -vsMary Alice Biltmore Luncheon Loaf >m3/89/ <: SI.35< 46c _
and shall be sworn to by -Wardwell Harrington Defen-
Monday In Month of August the claimant, his agent, his dant. Chocolate Jumbo Pies 00. 3/l/ ".17 ,,7t
1971, which Is the 2nd day of attorney and any such claim or NOTICE OF SUIT NO PROPERTY Del Monte (ij---J'7', :: 1 \I t
August 1971. demand not so filed shall be Choc. Chip Cookies II Of HUH,tMII 4/l/ S1.32 3U //J. !J FANCY GOLDEN RIPE
Dated of June
this 16th -
day
---
1971. void. To: Mary Alice Wardwell DRINKS llll'Hf Vanilla Wafers OL1.., 1U 4/l/ S1.32 32'
Genevieve J. Steele Harrington, Defunlak Springs rrotJ
Gilbert S. Brown U BANANAS
Clerk of Circuit Court of As Administratrix of the Estate Florida Fiddle Faddle CU' :OS of'500 ecolY 3/l/ SI..7, Ile

Bradford County, Florida of.Mable J. Fletcher deceased an You action are for hereby Divorce notified has been that ASSORTED FRUIT FLAVORS Potato Sticks a' u.. .."ln ..... 38c 391 I I' \, ,
7/15
6/24 4t
Richard J. Wilson filed against you and you are Cat Litter I. 1".. 79c 19t 1ot
In The County Judge's Courtof Attorney for Administratrix required to serve a copy of 46oz ; 1OU
Bradford County FloridaIn 11 West University Avenue your written defenses. If any 29 ( Foamy Liquid Detergent Ito. 4/S1s1.I6/ tae \t' r <

re: Estate of Eva G. Sullivan Gainesville Florida 32601 to it, on the plaintiffs attor- CANS Scouring Sponges -.. I.,.., 2/49c/ Sit 9c ; .

deceased. ney, whose name and address _
NOTICE OF PROBATETo 7/1 4t 7/22 is lion George II. Pierce 203-
Scotch Card .
'to. sit SI 9S 9t
.
All Persons Interested In 205 N. Temple Avenue Starke ,I'; .' i NO I IO I* RAG "
The Estate of Said Decedent; Florida COMPARE i: :: : ., 29C ,;roe 58
and file the original with Pantry PrideSprayStarchl' 35t 6< POTATOESFRISH
. ...
You are hereby notified thata lllhGndel'8 the clerk: of the above styled Pork & Beans "- ;:::. 2/23/ 2125' 2' Laundry Rinse .Aamnnl, ...... 69C 79<
written Instrument purporting court on or before August 9, FIRM MEADSCABBAGE

to be the last will and testament To Report ForRescheduling 1971: otherwise a Judgment may Biltmore Luncheon Loaf ""3 89< sins' 4a/ KiwiShoePolish Alt ..s CAtt 32C 33< IOCU 1 L18
of said decedent has
be entered against you for the
been admitted to probate In relief demanded In the com- Chocolate Jumbo Pies o' 3/l/ si'.'17 lie Glory Foam Rug Cleaner No $1" S1.I9 lot IBIS.. IUICY' ..CIItOliNI' "' "

this commanded court.within You six are calendar hereby plaint WITNESS!or petition.my hand and the Choc. Chip Cookies n or au/uu 4/$1/ 51.32' 32" Frozen Waffles "-::".:::- 10$1;/ tl L4S 4SC LEMONS, ,.IN,?::::M' .48

months from the date of the Next" fall's 11th grade BHS seal of said Court on July 6.
first publication of this noticeto students are asked to reportto miTMr ifw men mnnntr uw marl ivitrMr iow HKI11 mm r urn nxii mmjr iow man mmo iow men
appear In this court and the guidance office for rescheduling 1971.GILBERT S. BROWNAs

show cause U any you can, as follows from 8 Clerk of said Court M MN LIBBY'S DILMOMTIv
this courtin a.m. to 4 p.m. ANGELfOOD HUNT'S
why the action of DRINKS
admitting said will to probate Last names beginning with: By: Beulah M. Moody fy CAKE CATSUP LOUPES
As Deputy Clerk fs1 FRIES
should not stand unrevoked.sTheron"A. A through' C, July 8.
/ Yawn D through F, July 9. (Court Seal) 3/95<
G through H, July 12.
County Judge J through L, July 13. 7/8 4t 7/29

Bt; Beulah Moody Me through N. July 14. ----------------
Deputy Clerk O through R. July IS. mtrMr ( w KiiImir 4 i w HKii I fVfivi r iw ftici fCOIGATE rr ,

July I 1. S through T, July 16. no WE DON'T HAVE!: ITf ;; i NESTEA ff
First publication on U through Y. July 19. PROTEIN ai """> /
Tte'R .t It for yea. Offhw8appU l oproph lALCOHOL ? 00E CU.1AO INSTANT INSTANT TEA l

1971George H. Pierce POffTXD: SIGNS: Treated to Furniture. Eqni SHAMPOO L I AM A?" DEODOHArfTMif SHAVE i 1m :I.. JU fIT
Ave teal Rndfor* MWM* I ....
203-205 N. Temple Coaat7Tcletnpfc. **TMIfj -.-.* fAt
withstand wealhet'20e self ... ..
.
Starke Florida 32091 9333 don. Special price ud larger j; F **00.i i f.ff| a.-n"",-COWMHIMs IM4WIJl I

Attorney for Executrix quantities. LM _ Irr--r___-)-* *______J
7/1 4t 7/22'
July' 15, 1971 Telegraph Page 7


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Hampton Headlines ......e41.atee Aulo Ownership Costs Scouts AttandSummer

Over Million Camp -
$9 Yearly
By Karan Sup.hy

Scoutmaster Don Harden-
KNOW YOUR NEIGHBORS J""..i; ,!1." Ownership and operation of According to the AAA, travelers brook and ten members of Boy Super

TIlE RUSSELL WATSONS r'..' .I./.J"rl,!f 1'0.t the 6,270 passenger cars registered will have to pay more Scout Troop 70 are spendingsix
After having launched upon .. --"' In Bradford County; cost for food,overnight lodging gasoline days at Banden-Powcll reservation -
this theme recanOy I must Bradford CounUans approximately and most other Items. near Melrose on a
admit, my expectation as toO $9.719,000 annually, according Prices are about 16 per cent summer camp.
1U popularity; war somewhat to figures recently released higher, on the average, than Scouts attending are: Glenn
leas than hopeful. Wishing to by the American Auto- they were two years ago. Muliins.\ Ken and Steve Fuqua
have Hampton represented In mobile Assn. Lynn and Mike Crews, Terry
the most desirable manner possible ); To travel comfortably, a couple Saucer, Drew Barry, Lewis and
the residents here have Based on surveys by the AAA will need about $46 a day John Cooper, and Dale Haas. Special
given me the moral support, the cost of ope rating a standard- the AAA figures show. This While at camp the boys will
so much needed by such a size car In the popular price Is $6.50 more than the $39.50 participate in many events of
doubtful attitude (as I possess)) range for 10,000 miles a year per day required In 1969. It second and first class Scout-
With their cooperation, my attempts come to approximately $1,350, will take care of the necessities Ing, and Merit Badge require-
to Introduce new Ideas, compared with $1,448 twoyearsago. but docs not Include so- ment for Eagle Scouts.In .
some of which might be called called frills. addition, there will be many
little more than a alight breezeIn enjoyable hours of fun In swimming 0
a hurricane, and the en- Included:\ In this total Is $1,125 On this basis, a two-week and water sports, plus 0
couragement with which this In fixed costs-- depreciation, trip for a local couple will the opportunity; to do some fish .
series, In particular has been Insurance, and registrationfees cost a minimum of $644, exclusive ing. After a full ten days of @(ill)
met, I sincerely wish to thank -- and $425 In variable of outlays for amuse- activity; the boys will return (]J

any and all persons concerned: --- ---- -- ,- -- costs, such as gas, oil, main- ments admissions to places home at noon next Saturday.
/
In making this article possible. tenance, and tires.
of Interest, souvenirs, etc.
So as not to disappoint read- The Watson family make a happy family group around thE Old 16m&2; 24.000, ., .BTU'. ... '. 10,000 bt u.
ers, after such a promising the symbolic Navy anchor which decorate the front of AAA figures also show that Included In this traveling bud

Introduction. I hope the this family week their attractive new home From left: Mrt. Watson (Ev.l. gas stations In the, area have get are $16 a day per couple I( I I I I' Discount Prices Plus Service
of which I am writing been aided by tho increase In .. -
and
food snacks $17 for
will prove to be as Interesting yn), J.ncy, Jack, Bill, and Russell Watson Together auto travel. Their estimated for ". f
accommodations $9
to my readers as' they wereto they operate a 60,000 poultry farm as a family project. annual receipts now total $3- for overnight gas and oil, and $4 for,tips ,,' ). FBDOBft* World' L.arge'l Selling Air Conditioner
me. I'm sure you will agree 567 .000. topping the previous
and miscellaneous Our Own
Do
expenses. We
when, through this all- year's $3,426,000.Vacation Financing
too-brief summary, you too can feet and the excitement that teresttng story. To further ex- costs, for Bradford ,vr ," "''It

venture Into the atmosphere comes with a first voyage to emplify the magnificence of for residents taking auto trips this If the country can have a "The Ix-n gift fur the man Winkler Electric Inc
of world culture which I was some unlmown part of the world. eign culture, such pieces as will also be higher .
summer !: day birthday, how about the who has everything Is. a ... .
...
re
would find in North Africa u. T_ Aw ra/1.
one ,
fortunate to have been ableto To add to the effects of being\ than ever. same thing for lit cltlijnsT burglar alarm."
enter.A drawn Into the aura of beingat specifically a cous-cous basket -
touch of Naval Influence sea, the Watson, very appropriately used by natives to storeor ROUTE 66 BJEIKEHIIE3HEmiaE3

has come to Hampton with have a replica ofa dry breadstuffs, and a can-
the recent arrival of the Russell ship's anchor mounted on delabra from Alaska. No doubt 44 SUMMER COOLANT OSCILLATING .
Watson family.Moving here the front of their attractive the significance attached to the I CHfCK THfSfIHI
last November, the. Watsons home latter Is based upon religious ,__- 10"G.E. .
have Just last month completed quality once or still practicedby FANS '
construction of their new homeon To emphasize the advantages the peoples of Alaska as the
State Road 325f approximately sea life has to offer, we candelabra holds three match-
one and one-half miles out find one of the outstanding\ opportunities Ing totem pole style; carved can- 11. l I i
from the center of town. open to Its mem- dles. To persue /greater detail 1'0."'
Retiring last July 1,after having bers Is travel to every cornerof would be unfair as I'm sureI ,..,I.,. Jd| tl
served the US the globe. Proof of this was would do Injustice to even "'1" i.nlOi.
Navy, Mr. ateonrehaIn soughtto demonstrated to me as I was the true character and Intentof ",hem. Ilene 'v \

capture In part, some of given a tour of the house. Beginning the objects: I've already men- to" I
.1.1I '' '
the most outstanding characteristics In the foyer, a master- tioned. Mr. and Mrs. Watson I "1.1, .
connected-with his piece of workmanship In the would graciously welcome visitors pERMANE V

Navy life. Of course, one must form of an overhead lamp, was and I'm sure, be more ANTI FRE ElE ... .Ir. NumboiPG10 FAMILY DISCOUNT STOJICSFIIIAY i2'-i
Immediately agrees that battle- shown me. Mr. Watson himself than happy to show and give susMa Ipou"'"
ship /grey is the obvious colorto created the lighting fixture description to their collectionof NYelNl011Ke 4 jATimy
paint ones home. Having which was designed to appear artworks. This Impression xl1tONTpm ON %! 1
been moved In about a al a cluster of grapes. PassIng was given me when I was Invited GAL.CHECK
month now, the family has not through the living room so openly to write about & COMPARE
Into the dining area the next M
them.
created the shipshape
as yet object to amaze the onlookeris ROUTE 16 OUR FABULOUS
attitude so desired 'by their
trend towards keeping tradition a samovar from the Medi- Both Mr. and Mrs. Watson TiFFIIUID f $
alive after.official terranean. Surpassed only by were born and raised In Georgia DISCOUNT
even re-
tirement. If occasion should the beauty; of a Toledo silver each hailing\ from a small m 1'01 1 4/96C/ C
SAVINGS!
arise though, with careful scrutiny set from Spain, the objects contained town. While Mr. Watson was
within this room alone on leave he and his wife-to-
find that there'sa
one may Quantity Righti Oaerved,
feel of the ocean under your If one were to go Into detail, be met, and were married.
could certainly provide an In- For ten years Mrs. Watson was PLASTIC

an elementary school teacher
...... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .
..-.. ...... ...... .- ..-. - holding this position both before -
'
and after she married. GARBAGE

Russell and Evelyn spent the
x I'' better part of their life together _
/ "
travelling. In the past CANS E1

GAINESVILLE 18 years they have lived on I II r aTU BIERS
\
most every continent. Among : i
the locales they could call home. I I 416Vi GAL PENLITE Tf11 \ // 07 J, ,. Mvon ,

If even for only a short while, p BATTERIES f <; qJl
are: Spain the Mediterranean ;
;
1
Business ..f ACTORY SEAL
Directory ; Kanltra, a Province In I .)lam. enwfdr.viol" Yrm"0". j' INSURES
North Africa; Alaska In the ..". hondlat 6 DEPENDABLE 1
northernmost part, not far Y I I ,ee Coed b.ing':looting proc/1coL/n real vIf( .J.96 Ir f yyM' COWER ll t ; ; .

. .. . . from the Siberian border; HawaII 511"., with Bjck :* ... r y 'a J
which
their home
was A lor A
Just before coming to Hampton \ \ YOU SAVI4 % J l/ TOWEL RIOTII

AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES ; and several states within I YOU SAYS 34% :fc J 1
L the Continental United States. gp.

BRASINGTONCADILLAC The Watson have three chil- \

Johnson & Faris Inc. dren, and although they have 3lOcifebuoy :IS
OLDSMOBILE been In many foreign countries,
*
SALES 8t: SERVICE SEEDS PLANTS all of their children were bornIn i V;
the United States. Bill, the
Fine Selection of Used
Can
Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS oldest at 15, and who Is going\ LIMIT YOUR CMOICrx
Taken On Cadfflao Trades Into his Junior year at Brad- 1 1v _._ ..
2001 N.w. nth 'Ph. rn-uoi
ford born In Jack-
High, was EAGLE BOATS
We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders sonville. Their other son,Jack, MEN'S
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA 224 N.W. 8th Ph. S7S-047S was born In Norfolk. He M rail o\\\ qp
Is the youngest\ at twelve and \ --+ y ,I ,I
goes to the Middle School In SUPPORT mint
r /
GLASS Starke. Jency, their daughter W BN *" ?

4 wheel drive,,and are a sophomore at 14. was born SOCKS tiJ

Sale, Paris, Service In Jacksonville HMftl

Clean Used ,Toyota* LIDDELL The Watson are active members NAT'LLY, SOLD AT S.OO pi I t '
MEN S SAILOR
of the Latter Day Saints' FAMOUS MAKER SOAP I ,
1700 N. Main 378-1289
denomination In Starke. Nylon & Lycra SpandeBo HATS
/ .ed .ndi Idu.IlyA triad
Glass Company During the Interview,the Wat- ,
Beauty Academy color Suet Rsqu'Yr, igtie. ) Kit
son's were visited by T/Sgt. tI Slight rregi .. s'i. 411>.<*K.TKMUMt.
"GI M For Every Furpese"POWELL'S and Mrs. W.F. Watson. T/Sgt. YOU SAVE,41y

Store Fronts-Mirror* Watson Is stationed at Moody i
Beauty Academy Tub Encloeuroo--8lawera l Air Force Base, Valdosta, Ga. (l VSfBWiffilIATHSIIE
Furniture Tops Clams Replaced He and Russell Watson are bro-

1 Leant a Profusion In Your thers.
Spore Time. Pull or Part TIm" NEW LOCATION Another brother of Mr. Wat- %
219 N W. 10th 378-2766' son's lives nearby In Graham MEN'S YINYIRAINCOATS
1228 So. Main.Gaine.vtlle I would like to say thank you 2IAR PACK
ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC 372-1102 372-8191 once again to Mr. and Mrs. r ,,1t
Watson and their family for UNIT -414 .. I, dY Ib
letting me come Into their home MEN'SGORE
and Interview them. I feel I
Motor Repair Co.MEN'S WEAR have learned something by becoming ." M, KLGtr
acqu'i'nted' with this family / 6Iw C rat \STComfortable YOU SAVI 31J
Of Gainesville, Inc. and am sure residents of & *K i.

Repairing Rewinding STAG 'N DRAG Hampton will entertain the same ri:
New and .t1aeod feelings towards these newcomers SNEAKERS-. fij
Salt after getting to know them. \
Griffon it
2816 N. W. lath Ph. 373-8318 : Let us all say hello and wel- M '
Arrow Shlrta-Flonhelin, Shoe / 'igweight .
MOVERS! Formal Rental come,the. Watson to the communal :oi \ ADIf S' / MEN'S & BOYS'"c"hlYn.a

Ladle Sportswear ; RACING STRIPE SNEAKERS

e 1 Lone Distance. Moving S STORES--11 W UNIVERSITY Congratulations! ,na"ol i.. I LOUNGING j if AbONS MOST "
-rehab/.. / POfUi AR SYYt l E ,
Storage racking" and GAINESVILLE MALL This salute Is certainly In Sn. 6 .01 w'toll //a *
Crating ,;... Shipping" order this week as the adult 10 I, ck jloi.olr-, for sS rr* \
'ne Estimates. ,Call education class ofllamptonCIty; GOWNS/ M ,n prl. Eo.yr
MUSIC Hall have, by their specialachievement jt&t
merited this re- *
cognition. ".. o u Lov.l, lnl. llo ..t.docintl 11w. B
'. Yt
PERMANENT ,
/1/ PRESS. 65% Poly.ir.,, A },. ess"* I
uu.ua .ALDWINPiANOfc Naturally, I speak of the Individuals 35"J cotron.Cam'orrabl.p.o.or.1 1 u
who took examinations like M
pulled ill. ; t tolhu.d
ORGANS to attain their High School Diplomas Nei.t, bo'tom Il.unc.. v ,
MEN'354ESA 13
Van Service Inc. 040ICI09IM ACTMTV The teachers of the You slave lay e$ Sl ImS'I' L. i ; ':et m

W4. NJ5. W.Mo ... Ovffl .. adult announce group that are 100 very%/ of proud the students to- A J YOU SAVI l.0$ r r .'',+ rM 2' M 517ES7ted Boys' '4,96BOYS' / 1

1'71-41'71 who took the tests passed, ,4
and did receive their diplomas 1
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Parrish Is
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In satisfactory condition and I aro Brown, who left his what', i oink' 1 me trall the
has been taken out of the Intensive lone Bradford track non, combined to 33 home town of starkc to make I, ndc'i.nd! the other coaches -
score
care unit of Alachua stars made the long Journey points, more than any other it big in the college world at kepi encouraging me, too.
General Hospital, following a down to the State AAU Junior team In the slate.Coach George Kansas I nlversl Is now ready \nd that goes for m.v team
swimming accident In which Olympics In Orlando Saturdayand Loper called It "a tremendous to make the big time and mates. I've nuxc'i had so man
his neck was broken. found their efforts reward- accomplishment for four boysto the Pittsburgh sutlers.I people In m.\' corner"
Parrlsh, who was reported to score more points than I Larry) who had serious doubts
any "
be paralyzed In one leg, now Ing.The four returned champsand other team in the state" about going as far aw.ij as One of those ,cry good dIYs"Urown
has regained feeling In both enjoyed included last
destined for Kansas, is now In I.Latrobe Pa.
legs and Is reported to be In with boys from all competition the Levy Lennon, sophomore, and fighting for a chance to fall's game against Texas Tech
good cheer by friends who have southeastern United States.over turned In the best performance play for Chuck :Noll's Pittsburgh when he was named linemanof
recently visited him. of the day. Levy took first Steelers.He the, week for outstanding
His coach, David Hurse, said All of the boys who made place In the 100-yard-dash with ------ -- ---.. -
that the accident occurred at the long trek to Orlando returned a time of 10.5. lie also took has come a long way since blocking both at the line and
the trestle In Brooker, while with at least a second second In the long Jump witha You pick the winner al Jimmy Andrews and another runner race stride 'for stride satisfying his first Ideas of suc- downficld, plus n sensational
Parrish and two of his friends In one event, and will jump of 18'6". A jump of over the lost hurdl. in the 120 highs. "ess by making all everything one-handed catch with a defender -
were swimming at New River. return to Orlando July 24 for 19' 5" took the first place in .'otball and basketball. stuck to him. The pM
The boys were reported to have the Southeastern United States ribbon. Lennon was competing "Going to Lawrence (Kan.) covered' 42 yards and set up
been swinging out across the Regional AAU Junior Olympic In the Intermediate boys their a first or second place The 32-year-old Johnson was the best thing that could t'K's go-ahead touchdown.
water on a rope and lettinggo. Championships division. will advance to the regional Tony Griffith City, Tenn. native, coached the ever happen to a Bradford County Brown who
received
the
Robin apparently let go competition. The winner in BUS line from 1964 to 1969 kid who'd never been farther Roy
too soon and struck his headon The four man team of Buddy Also completing In the Intermediate each event at Regional will Named Trainer and had a big Influence on the away from home than Evans Award, which goes annually -
Jim-
lie( Paterson, Jimmy Andrews, division was to Kansas' most outstanding .-
river bottom as he dove to national two Class A state champion Gainesville Jacksonville,
In the shallow water. Jimmy Ricks, and Levy Len- my Ricks, a junior, who sweptby go Colorado on at the competitionin Air Force At Tulane U. grid he coached at Bradford says Brown. athlete on and off the
all field
competition In the tram s.v s that he doesn't care
High In 1965 and 1966. BUS
lump with a jump of 5' 8" for Academy.In ( "Our.Ja>hawhs \lsltsome where Hit shooters play him.
teams under Griffith and Head
"f. ., first place. Hicks has jumpedas the regional competition, Coach David Hurse mighty Interesting spots In the ",lust as long as I make that
Griffith ran a
Tony former line up
high as 6 feet during the both Lennon and Ricks will be top strong of 32 without past three, jears. I'm read club, the, sjjol makes no difference -
regular season. at distinct disadvantages. Both coach and dean of students at loss. games a for the big city," joked l-any. f Jlot/ used to shifting -
a a Jimmy Andrews, who Coach competed In the intermediateboys Bradford High, is Tulane Universily's Though the thought\: of going at Kansas," Brown said.
new assistant athletic Griffith line coach and to
was i'ittsburghisn'tawingltrown
.. ,
in the state
has the best age group
kG Loper thinks In Regional meet. At regional, however, trainer. junior varsity; basketball coach the chance to land a spot on At l Kansas, the 235-pounder
of winning
chance at Tltusville two before the Steelers is. He captained the layhawks last
years
-aArry there will be no Intermediateboys reportedto
both a Griffith left Bradford
competition, picked up Countyin coming to Bradford High. the Steeler's Rookie season aid played tight end.
and both Ricks and Len- camp
second and a third place win. the fall of 1970 to work on Monday.One lie worked as an offensive tak-
Jimmy ran a 14.8 in the 120 non will be forced to com- his master's degree in physi- A high school athlete In Er- kle his and
sophomore
yard high hurdles for the second pete with the older boys from cal education at Tennessee Tech win, Tenn., Griffith attendedthe big puzzle to Brown Is a defensive end in year his freshman as
place. The winning time the senior division. In Cookeville, Tenn. Last fall University of Tennesseefor that ho was a sixth round draft year. -
was a mere two-tenths of a Ricks' competition at the meet he was a graduate assistant two years on a football choice.
second faster at 14.6. Andrews remains a question mark to- trainer under Steve Moore at scholarship. He played tackleon "Sure, I was a starter for "here's( a big difference between -
took third place In the low day. Jimmy pulled a muscle Tennessee Tech. lie has com- the Vols 1957 freshman the most part at Kansas, but college and pro football,
hurdles with a 20.9 clock- Tuesday In basketball practiceand pleted course work for his mas- team and was red-shlrted the you couldn't say I really wowed Just as It was from high schoolto
ter's degree and will receive following fall before a meta- I college, said Brown.
the seriousness of the accident them. had some good days, "The
Ing.Buddy Paterson, who gradu- still remains unknown. his degree In August.In bolism problem sidelined him some very good days, but 1 big help In college is you have
from
h. u" ated this past year, ran a 2:04: playing football. was hurt an awful lot. that freshman year to adjust.
in the half mile for a second "All of the boys' performances Griffith and his wife, the former "But Coach Rodgers(I'epper, In the pros, you have to cut
were pretty good consi- | the must.i) right off else
Hussel of Jack- Joyce or
place finish. Leeper, of Kings- for
former University of I'lo-
dering that none of them have the regional competition, find anniiinr, w b.
sonville ran a faster 201.1: for port, Tenn., have two daugh- rlda aide who was head coach
the first place finish. been able to practice much," the boys will be competing against ters: Gina, 10, and GIgl I, 8. at Kansas while Brown
\was "I'M-
Loper said. "All of the boys other boys from six always: been luckbe, -
"Buddy should finish in the agree that they're going to have other states In the southeast.If . there and who Is now head ing ,chic lo slaj In plaj in?"
-.011. .- ''''''''''1IM'"' -rvJJimmy .; top three In Regional competition to practice and they are. I they win they will go on to Railroad strikes, like rail- man at t I'CI.1)) never 'i\o::& up .har; ind. ,netting off to fastsuirih.
I ," Coach Loper said. expect them to do better (time the Air Force Academy to com- road ties, tend to be awk. on me. I mst hope th 1IlIe"\
II Ricks clears 5'8 in the high lump to toke first plae. All of the boys who won el- wise) this second go round." pete in the nationals. wardly spared "It was Coach !Hodgcr's faith holds."


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; vj 4 b Advertiser In 1880'sThe the Editor..LT,


4 Telegraph, established In viction of the party or parties afternoon hours in serious discussion -
1879, Is approaching Its 92nd who assassinated George: of the "temperance issue -
birthday. Although the first C. Mills on the night of Jan- ," and several of the more JUST TO SET then It had leftftnwith out of
months of Its existence were uary 1 1,1881.Also active WCTU members visiteda THE RECORD STRAIGHT the train and us. Day
lean ones, from an advertisIng getting Into the act was City Council meeting In the after day we worked, raking
standpoint by the early the local Board of Trade (fore 80's to present a resolution Dear Gene: through this wet and burnt load
1880's Starke merchants began runner of the modern Cham- stating their support of Starke's of mall, routing much of It onward -
to realize the effectiveness ber of Commerce) who printed first temperance ordinance. I, probably more than anyone During this work we recovered

of newspaper advertising and periodic reports of Bradford Attending the meeting as enjoyed especially your a large shipment of
we find A.E. Moltt pioneer County's agricultural assets spokesmen for the Union were: excellent article on the history fine watches, down to the last

.rdt* r ., i blacksmith, whose establish and described the year's peach Mrs. Maltrle, Mrs. Nell Mc- of the Starke Post Office. one listed on the Invoice, even
ment stood many years ago trees as being "In full bloom, Affee, Mrs. C.E. Livingston To set the record straight.I though they were laying loose
: on the corner now occupiedby making a perfect bower of the Mrs. L. Wltkovski.Mrs. A.C. would like to add that I served all over the track. We hope

i4 s Koch's Drug Store, using gardens and orchards" Darby, and Mrs. E.A.: Darby. 19 months as Acting Postmaster GreenJ. this kind of duty; doesn't hap
l: ft full page space to get his message Tourists from all parts of After presenting their resolu- In the period between pen very often.
t across to the public. the nation wrote letters to The tion, the ladies extended their McCrlff, Jr. and the present While changes don't come overnight -
y yr "l'r' ,., He proudly proclaimed that Telegraph describing their reactions congratulations to Marshal Wall Postmaster, T.C. Hazen we are looking' for- ,
... 17U kv9tt1 the Starke Carriage Factory to "the center of Flo- for arresting and fining two Jr., I.e. July of 62 to Feb. of ward to more modern Innovations -

,: ..... .. featured wagons and plows made rida'.. health district." offenders $26.50 each for selling 64.I 4 In the Postal Service under -
.. started to work In the Post
to order, blacksmlthing. and Tourists from all parts of liquor within the city lim the so-called "Corpora-
L + + horse-shoeing. "If you wanta the nation wrote letters to The Office In 1939, Just prior to tion" concept which puts Starkein

... ": ....-..-:-..-. .-... buggy,wagon,buckboard,surrey Telegraph describing their reactions its.Fires were a constant threatto the hectic days of Camp Bland- the Memphis, Tenn. region
c with
;:;.,...of.. other to "the of Flo- the little In those Ing construction, along L. the Atlanta region being
.. ... phaeton, or any vehicle center city: ; days with
.. ;A.
.: ......, from a baby carriage to rida's health district."As more when there was no centralized O. Jones who, by the way, Is abolished.At .
a band-wagon, I .can supply people became Interested in the water system. After a group now a supervisor In the Columbus the staggering rate of pre-

The Starke dump last Tuesday In wet condition after had your wants on short notice," Sunshine State and made plansto of citizens: gathered for a mass Ga. Post Office We sent day mail growth, machinery -
lust dumped garbage were located as you say on
said Mr. Moltt. move their families South, meeting on the courthouse will replace many of the
been covered by bulldoicr. East Call In what known
a Another regular advertiserwas the smaller localities, such as square to consider the prob- was old hand-sorting methods. Who
Comer L. Peek who was Starke, began to grow, both In lem, Mayor Wltkovskl orderedthe 'as the old Hull Building. The knowswe may even see a
selling books In his stationery population and facilities In fact formation of a bucket brigade building was very dimly lightedand helicopter pick up our''mall
store for three cents each In the 1880's this communitywas In 1889.Thirtyone. was heated with an old' from the roof with a hook like
[ and these bargains were completely suffering from rflich Intense brave young men pot-bellied coal stove whichwe the non-stop train.o Heaven forbid -
; serviced In between
bound In modern pam- growing pains that The answered the 'call and decidedto ).
phlets with "illustrious Illus Telegraph commented: "We are hold regular practice drills waiting on customers and hand-
EditorialA trations." building so fast that there is and to equip themselves with ,llng mall. We stayed In this Sincerely

Not to be outdone by the hardly a carpenter In town who water-tight buckets and belts |building for quite some time
businessmen Bradford County has time to say his prayers.*' to be kept on hand for Immediate and served Camp BlandlngconutrucUon -Blake Jackson
Growing Problem Itself advertised a $500 reward On the social and cultural use. workers.We soon outstretched "* -----'r --

for the arrest and con- side, many local ladles spenth"'j But all was not trouble In our capacity In cases TAKES ISSUE
those days and there was plen- and racks for holding mall WITH "DISCRIMINATION"Dear
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', I""' 'I' of time for fun and and stored much In boxes furnished -
As the commission has located containers which are ty games.
county noted cally .
; by the courtesy of
) An 1893 Issue of The Tele- Mr. Editor:
Bradford's trash problem is automatically dumped by a specially ,"\ graph tells us that: Stump's store.Fortunately.
.
rapidly growing and will continuallygrow equipped truck which then carries the co I. "Baseball Is now quite the Starke should be With all due respect to the

larger with the passage of time refuse to a central sanitary land fill. } 1 1tlr 'I ;: thing In Starke. Since the game ever grateful to the efforts clergymen that signed the

and as more people move In. .,'Ir."'. between the Callahans and of former Congressman RA. "Christian Approach To Prob-
Starke last Thursday afternoon (Lex) Green we were pickedfor lems" which appeared as a
Instead of hauling garbage to a dump ,,-
two other nines have been or- a new building anda Federal letter to the editor (Julv 8
It is a blunt fact the county's rest residents place It in the containers / ganized. The Telegraph has Building at that.Not many towns 1971), I wish to respond and

t !dents plus others from Union and conveniently located on county roads. > been honored by the second this size can boast a Post Office take issue with an Item or

Clay Counties now haul their gar- Altogether It seems the system pro- ,I:" nine and they will play under housed In a Federal Build- two.One
the name of The Telegraphs.The Ing. In moving Into the new of the items or"''re-
bage and trash to five dumping places posed for Bradford County by Trawlck M'
called sanitary land fills If you're tryingto would be much more convenient and 1rwY 1.. g -I team Is composed as follows building and still carrying on marks that rather startled me
service Imagine how "
: you can was (quote) ., and pledgeour
be nice where it is covered sev- cleaner for residents here. "Jess Jones, catcher; Avery we had to work. Many days support to continue the

eral times per week with a bulldozer. t Powell pitcher; Philip Shaw (before union hours) we worked fight against discrimination."

Such a sanitary garbage system will short stop; Willie Wall, lit 16-17 hours a day and our meals (unquote) I am shocked to see

With what it has to work with we cost Bradford County 104000. Sanitarian base; Bert Wall, 2nd base;Bert were sandwiches brought In to there are those that wish to
Shaw, 3rd base George Llv- be eaten on the Job. fight against a basic freedomof
think the County Mosquito Control Unit Trawick has come up with a ;
field At first In our new building this In opinion-
lingston, right ; Gussle country. my
does a good Job In.keeping the dumps plan to purchase a bulldozer truck Long, left Robert Adams, we had a General Delivery line freedom of choice or discrimi-

clear enough to dump more garbageand and the containers on a five-year center neld'r' he Telegraphswill every morning that reached nation is one of our basic:.free-

in keeping most of the dumped plan. make It hot for all the from the front window out the doms. .
refuse covered. young teams along the road." lobby down the steps, clear I believe and there:are

Funds to start the program are And excitement was never back past most of the old CanOla many people who believe asI
lacking on die city streets, drug store. do that all men are equalIn
But the dumps are still unsightly included in Trawick's proposed new Who's The ? as witness this little gem froman As troops began to arriveat the eyes of their Creatorand
places with an obnoxious odor of rot- budget, to be taken up by the board Biggest issue of 1892: Camp Blanding we openeda that all men should be

ting garbage and foul smelling smokeon tonight. "Saturday a young man was branch office and several treated equally by the law.That
many occasions. Tho Federal gov- Six-year-old DickU Tehtone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hub seen frantically pursuing goat money order branches located all men have a righlt'toi be

ernment has said it will close 5,000 ert Tetston of Breaker, can almost hide behind this 7 along Madison Street. The goat, throughout the camp to accom- Just as equal as each'.de-

such dumps over the U.S. In the next This is although it will pound, 2 oz. bats caught on a 202 rod and reel last Thurs when caught, was made to disgorge odate the soldiers. During the sire or, care to or have
a program war we successfully the to want to
a piece of blue calico, years ability or, assume -
two years. cost money that will provide convenience day at Rodman Dam. DiclcU hooked the whooper, bijLY : In which was tied up two cents, handled mall for thousands of the responsibility for I,

to citizens and mean a cleaner mite he had to call .fo(,. a //ltt'' help from .daddy ,1ore\\i"Vr-"' tlBed'toT "purchase! ,. troops and civilian workers. also, believe that all men should

They are far from the clean looking county, We can think of no more reeling it all! the way...ln.! ,J. of a stamp for a letter to tile.> In 1962, .through the'effortsof [,have the right-and-freedom of.association
'r'Co' man's best girl/ ThS excellent congressional representation -?- (should be free to
sanitary land fill In the recent pictureof worthwhile project for the county boardto young '
goat had pulled It out of his ire again received select those_.wllh whom. She
Clayton County Alabama shown spend tax dollars on. ;I. <<:Zce: : ;,. 'pocket, much to the young man's an addition to our building Just chooses to work to play or
the county commission by Sanitarian dismay." about doubling the size, and to live. I BE LIE\E TillS IS

Jack Trawlck. If it is at all possible financially we tJofT'CmDrG complete air conditioning.It ESSENTIAL TO ANY TlW:I.Y!

would like to see the County Com- X 59WifiMCttS has been Interesting to FREE SOCIETY and, besidesIt
It will take but the situationcan note that despite many doubt- Is natural. So In general.
money mission the system Into operation
put
Hoard In Prison ers the Postal revenue and I believe that people prefer
be greatly improved with the sys- here. It definitely is a program that MuffDon't mail handled since the closeof to associate with those who

tem used In Clayton County Ala.There is needed and one that would be of Invtsligatlon the Camp has been steadily share something In common.

residents place garbage in strategi- direct, tangible evidence to the people. :::'iJ. .. :e:. Increasing and we are what They prefer to be with those
The Duval County Grand Jury is known as a "safe 1st Class who are approximately the same

forget this Saturday Championship Tournament: Hal has heard more than SO: witnesses office", which means that we age, the same education;!1 level,
night, July 17, the SG&CC will Seymour defeated John Watson In connection with the are well over the requirementsto the same Interests, the same
A Chance To Do Their hold its Annual General MeetIng to win the Championship Con- February disturbances at the stay 1st Class. hobbles, the same ecpnoml Thing and Awards Banquet. This solation Flight. Jack Hazen defeated Raiford State Prison. We are recognized by Gen- level, the same religion,.,the.
will be for all adult members Delano Thomas to win A spokesman for the state eral Services Administration same race, the same taste for
On good standing). A Barbecue the Second Flight.! Carl Johns attorney's office In Duval County and the Post Office Dept. as entertainment, the same poli-
Teenagers are, we hear dissatisfiedwith will do all within reason to become Supper will begin at 6:30: p.m. and Jim Seymour will play for said that about ten witnesses having one of the cleanest and tical views, etc. etc. AND

_ the sorry situation the so-calle J I qualified discriminate voters. with the meeting and awardsto the Third Flight. Dr. Gruen some of them top prison best maintained if not the best, WHAT IS WRONG WITH! TillS?
"establishment" has created for them i follow defeated Marlon Harrington to officials, are still to be heard. In this area. This of course There Is a name for the

A favorite reason given for some ol t At present there are 36 voters from Six New Board of Directors win the Fourth Flight. blarney It Is expected that the grand could not have possibly been process, above, and it is called
will be elected, so plan to "Grandfather" Adklnson jury Investigation will be com- accomplished without complete "DISCRIMINATION". In order
the "crazy" things, such as long hair 18 through 21 years of age registered pleted In another week or ten
attend and give the Club your defeated Don Andrews for the cooperation of all employeesand for us to enjoy this basic free-
and hippie-style life teenagers do isthat i: to vote In county elections. Only one support If for some reason Fifth Flight, and Dr. !Hess defeated days. the general public as well. dom and to select those with

adult society gives them no voiceIn i I person so far has registered to vote you cannot be present, sign "Cal" Calhoun for the I have seen many employeescome whom we wish to associate-

how things are done things'wltJ1 i in the City of Starke.Registration your proxy and give It to a Sixth Flight. will be at our own Club in and go during my tenureof we must be discriminate. DISCRIMINATION
which the young people disagree and friend or mall it to the Pro Our friend, Pro Ed Rogers Starke this Monday, July 19, duty here but It is interes- is a freedom
Shop and specify who you wishto from Keystone, had the resultsof and then to Gainesville (West- ting to note that the backboneof that all In this great nation
which the estab- books
at both
by the
are perpetuated city use it. the NCF 21 with him downin end) Monday, July 26. our establishment has In the should and must be allowedto
lishment. hall and county courthouse are open Bill Adams and Blsh Bishop South Florida somewhere Don't forget the General last 30 years come from the enjoy and participate in-

each weekday. First chance to vote delayed their ChampionshipMatch so we'll try to have subtotals Meeting and Awards Banquetthis McRae family either a descendant If we are to remain a free

Things changed last Tuesday however In the city will be the annual Sep- until yesterday July 14, next week. Our young Golfers Saturday night July 17. or one married Into nation.It

when the State of Ohio becamethe tember election, which Mayor Carl but we didn't have the results the family. Presently makingup is a shame that the word
one-third of "DISCRIMINATION" has become
enough to our comple- -
soon
announce.
38th and final state to Hurst is expected to call next Tues- .;y; "'
necessary '
( of
Other actions In our Club ment 18, and all have been confused and allowed to
ratify the 26th amendment to the U.S. day night, in which a mayor city clerk hard workers and fine em slip Into the same realm as

Constitution lowering the voting age chief of police, and two city councilmen .. ployees. "hate"these words are not

to 18. will be elected. Nov. 2 will be Its a woman's For many years we sent mall synonymous.
the first chance the new voters will t. via railroad, the earliest I can I would hope "discrimi
,: remember was the old catcher nation" Is not the word that
Now 10 million have to exercise their h
some young personsin privilege on .@Jt pouch system whereas we hunga was really meant to be usedIn
the country Including some 750 the state and national level. pouch of mall on a specially the above quote. If It Is the

in Bradford County have a clear cut b'Fak prepared rack at the depot correct word that was meantto

voice as much as any other American, Now Is a good time to registerto % and the train would pick !it up be used, please take the
In the choice of who makes the big vote In either the city or coun By Martha Sue McCain with a hook without stopping, time to think about this basic -
and kick our mall off In a freedom and Is "DISCRI-
County Extension
decisions at the and fed- of Neva
local state ty. Supervisor Registration Home cloud of dust and hope It would MINATION" the real target for
eral level. Flynn and City Clerk Merrill Edwardsare Economics Agent not get caught under the wheels. the fight?

both eager to add names to the OKRAIn This it did several times and Thank you, and in closing

But with the franchise to vote comes voting list. case haven't noticed f .' we have picked up letters off I would ask Just where In the

the responsibility all Americans haveto there seems you to be an abun- the track from Starke totlamp- Constitution are the words "All
ton and Starke to Lawtey men are created equal"?
exercise that right. We hope the We can add only that the right to dance of OKRA this year. It :.. times. many

new young voters will use the zeal vote in the United States of AmericaIs does enhance peas,butterbeans, 1:: -;::-: cc c__ _c ___ We also sent mall for Brooker Sincerely,

we know them to possess in seeing one of the greatest powers pos- green most beans vegetable, tomatoes with whichit and and LaCrosse via faithfulold

that they get to the polls on voting sessed by citizens anywhere on this Is combined.any A lot of us like Conservation NewsBy "Peggy", and If we were Don E. ChampionDear
late getting to the depot with
day. More than that earth!
we hope they it by Itself some of us like It
we could always catch It Sir
to steam It. cross-cut and fry Covlngton Woodley She further stated she would- at the old Ice plant where they :
or fried whole. If you plan to n't swap him for six good men
stopped for Ice for the Hope will
this (
freeze okra, select young ten- Photo above shows A.G.(Gus) "It may seem foolish for a crew you use page
or beat It to the gate whereIt from dictionary) to learnIo.pell
der green pods, wash thoroughly Frame testing his newly constructed man my age to put his time crossed the Southern at Sampson "Trestle." There Is
cut State Road and Into fish pond > no"trustle"
off
stems In such a fishpond on money a City which at that time In the dictionary.
way that you do not open the 16. The Frames are 21-year but a man has to be satisfied was also a Post Office.
seed cells Heat In boiling water West Virginia transplants she with the Job he has done," We do not now send any mall A Constant Reader
TELEGRAPH8TABLLSRED small mountainous mining Mr. Frame. declared. "I
pods 3 minutes; from the by railroad out of Starke and
larger pods 4 minutes. Cool region, and he from the cleared the land to put Into
It Is hard for us old-timers (NOTE We bow to read-
: our
re'be.1\ promptly In cold water and farming area In the valley. pasture, but found It to be a low to believe there will be er's
ever correction. We'll to
drain. You can spread these Gus Frame at 81 years of area, under water much of the faster try
any system than the old do better by that word In the
Mereea In the morning will direct out singularity to quick freeze. age, attributes his longevity; time. This made It a ragged RPO cars because the mall future. But add
we're
we
ray prayer unto .....- They may be placed in a bag and good health to being born worrisome place and was a could be picked up In Starke. always happy may to hear from, "A

FLORI I E S S Psalms. 5:3 A.V.). sliced cross-wise. wIder Leo the Lion zodiac sign, constant Irritation to me. We sorted and droppedoftatHamp.. Constant Reader," even lf,4t
request we get most of- and hard work all his life used the material from the Waldo
t tea ton Ocala '
etc takes
soon
As we surrender ourselves to misspelling a word'to,
.Is for- I found him mowing his lawn pond to fill up adjoining low thereafter.It '
ASS 0 TON Cod-our plans for the day, at 2:30 P.m. In 95 degree heat. spots, and ,just about licked Is responsibility. of Pos get him to crank up his pen.)

our work the schedule of our PICKLED OKRA '''We went Into the house for the problem. I want Llllle to tal employees to take charge NAME OMITTED -*

activities remain In balance: Soak okra overnight in cold water, and I met his wife, catch fish from this lake If of U.S. Mall that they may find THROUGH ERROR f **>
water. Pack okra In In Lillie. She suffered a strokea I have to bring her down In ;
We let feeling of rush Jars.
go any of normal channels We
out and regret that the name<'-ofr,
.. J... MATTHEW*. >tmtw taaba.er.
...... or burT). We know what we a pan heat; I cup water I tablespoon year ago, and was confined the car and let her fish from several years back we did Just Rev DeWltt T. Farabee, pastor -\
P-1" d ...h "
Ttaratfay ... askse4 Mewl salt wheel chair. the seat. he said.
need to do on time and in a and I cup vinegar. to a that. A railroad car full of of First United Methodist
Qw Mailer at (ft.* rest Onto alA P'1' .... perfect Place sprig of garlic "Gus Is the chief cook and mall caught fire out of Jacksonville Church was omitted by error
ask God
..... ef Mars Ml im. way. to In Jar, piece of dill (or dill bottle washer." she said, "per- The Frames were assistedIn and was really fanning from a Utter appearing In the
show
MessiStlea .Ia ..... n.et I year. ...W. Outer time and us bow best talents toLets use our seed) If fresh dill Is not a- forming all the household duties the building local Agricultural their fish Conservation pond by by the time they reachedour July 8 Issue of The Telegraph.
our that -
Into VJM so vallable and a piece of red waiting on me hand and old farmers market. After Rev. Farabee signed the letter
areas Hear.
we may retain Divine order in pepper. Cover Jars with other foot, as well as tending 30 Program and (the Soil. several hours It was put with other members of Ae+...
all that,we do. hot mixture and seal. stands of bees and a beef herd." Conservation Service. out by the fire dept. but by Starke Ministerial Association.

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CHAPTER OES pjn. the Young Adult Choir y
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Dell Chapter 168 will hold Its of Mt Hermon Missionary ntw'air
regular meeting tonight,July 15, Baptist Church of Gainesville
at 8 p.m. In the Masonic Hall Rev Richard Harrison, pas
on Brownlee Street. All This has
tor.
members group proven I
are asked to please be their dedication to God's workIn } W .. -_
present and on time. Business their services. They have v (
of vital Importance attended several workshops BROOKER BAPTIST lyzed; now he can move his Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cox
over the nation, and now pre- DEDICATION SET arms and legs. We thank God and children, alone with Mrs.
( SCHOOL NEWS paring to attend one In Dallas, The Brooker Baptist Church for such a miracle. Continue Mack Pressley and daughter
Adult classes are In opera Texas this year. They appeared : will hold Dedication Services to pray for his recovery. Ro- Becky of Lake Butler went to
tion at RJE High School for on Ken Knight's Show last Sun- for the new sanctuary and edu- bin's dad. Lee Parried had Jacksonville to the International -
the benefit hose persons day. If you listen to them you cational wing on Sunday, July been out of the hospital only Airport to meet Tommy's
who wish to Improve their intellectual know they sing with power. 4M 25, at 3 p.m. Everyone la Invited a few days when Robin's accident sister Mrs. James Dean and
ability, working toward to attend. occurred. Mr. Parrish son, Jimmy from Bristol.
a diploma or Job improvement ANNOUNCEMENT JLfiUTU FVmuIv, The' Lewis Family, nationally known stars of radio, Pictured above Is the front Is recovering from a heart Tenn. on Sat. July 10. They
For view of the handsome new attack. So remember all of
Information Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tyson "V will be visiting with us and with
television
call 904.6150.The Summer sea_ Sr. of Rout 2, Starke announcethe /ftIfiOeGraM and recordings will be the featured attract- church of yellow brick with this family In your prayers. Mrs. Dean's folks Mr. and
I lion will run for four weeks engagement and approach non at the Blue Gross Special Country Music Park, near white cement trim and Grecian Others on our sick list and Mrs Mack Presley and Becky -
The fall term will start In ing marriage of their daughter 3fruicPnrk Lawtey, this Sunday afternoon. The Saturday show at the columns. The Inside view recovery are: Mrs. Emma James Dean will drive down
September. Linda Yvonne to Bobby; park will featur a "Blue Crass Spectacular" consistingof shows the beautiful hickory pasting Mott, Bradford Co. Hospital; the weekend of July 17 to Join
Louis Hampton of Lawtey. white walls, red car- Miss Marcollna Bartholomey his family for another week of
SERVICE CENTER Miss Tyson Is a 1970 graduate five hours of continues music, starting at 7:30 p.m. pet, and blrchwood pews. (Susie); Mrs. Rosa Kelley Al- vacationing.Gene .
Enrichment classes are under'the achua General Hospitals, Frank
of Bradford High School. _.. . ._ Edwards of Lake City
Neighborhood Service Cen- ---- -- PERSONALS Tlnney Is home In Gainesville
She Is presently attending Santa spent the July 4th weekend with
ter dally from 102. Studentsare Fe Junior College and Is Congratulations! To Mr. and recovering nicely from a heart his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest -
Invited to attend. It It employed by Holiday Inn of Mrs. Guy Willingham on the attack. He Is formerly from Edwards. His wife, Janet,
the purpose of this activity Starke. Mr. Hampton Is a 1968 birth of a baby girl. Tina Christine Brooker. Remember all these and children, Tina and Johnny -
to keep the children busy and graduate of RJE High School. on July 6, at Alachua In your prayers. were visiting Janet's family -
out of the streets. Parents are He !Is presently) employed by General Hospital. Her sisters Our heart-felt sympathy,love In Ohio and West Virginiaat
asked to please cooperate with the University of Florida and JanIne, Brenda and Pam are and prayers are extended to this time. They returned
this activity for the good of the Holiday Inn of Starke. so proud of her. Maternal the faintly of Ivery Hodge dur- Wed., July 7.
children. A sack lunch will The marriage will be an e- grandmother Is Mrs Vldel ing the recent loss of their Toni Castlen Is at Lackland
be served. vent of August 21, at the home Sml tJ1. loved one. Also our community AFB In San Antonio Texas
The 20 day enrichment pro of the bride-elect's parents. Our thoughts and prayers are is saddened by the tragedy taking his Basic Training. lie
gram In Bradford County Is In No Invitations are being sent. with Robin Parrlsh, who broke of the four lives from will attend Electronics School
the second week of activity, All friends and relatives of his neck at the trestle last Lake Butler killed In an au- later. We miss Ton!, especially
with two more weeks to go. both parties are Invited. Monday July S. He was rushed tomobile-truck collision Tues- at church. H* Is such a
Students attending are experiencing to Alachua General Hospital day July 6, near Macclenny. fine young Christian fellow. I
enjoyable activities. Parents where he underwent surgery These were Mrs. Zona Sue would have to say that Toni
are asked to cooperatewith IN MEMORYIn which was quite successful.Before Halle and son Gene;Mrs.Mary Is missed most by his fiancee
these activities. loving memory of our dear surgery he was para- Pittman Harrison and daughter Valerie Bristol 1, and his
brother and uncle. Jack Mc- Cathy Harrison Our love mother Mrs. Leroy Stokes.We
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Fashion, who departed this life : Extra sympathy and prayers go out hope he will get to come back
Ebenezer Baptist Church, three years ago July 16, 1968. t ., f PennyOn to all their loved ones and for a visit very soon.
Rev Leroy Davis Pastor Monday fi many other friends.
and take
Sleep on, dear your
night Bible Class Each rest. We'll love you; But God t Gas Tax Brooker baa been nearly as
Thursday night Prayer Meet- loves best -Alice Mc- busy as a summer resort late-
ing. Sunday School will begin Dougald you and family.NEWS Could Net ly with so many people om-
the services at 10 a.m. Morning Ing and going. Mr. and Mrs. 301DRIVEI

service at 11 a.m. Evening BC $125,000 A.L. Green had all their chile
service 7 p.m. Visitors always
dren together during the last
welcome. ABOUT If the proposed eighth cent: two weeks. These Included: Mr. N
Is added to Florida's gasoline and Mrs. Allen Messmore and
Greater Bethlehem Freewill tax and passed on to countiesand
children, Anna Marie, Lee, and
Baptist Church Rev. Jasper cities, Bradford will receive Laura Lynn from Temple Hills, Show Begins At Sundown
Williams, pastor Senior Choir SERVICE MEN about $125,000 annually Md.; Mr. and Mrs. John Green
Rehearsal Is held each Monday
to share with municipalitieson
and son, Allen, of Memphis
night. Tuesday night Choir a population ratio. Tenn. These, along with Mr. 2 BIG
No. 3 and Ushers Board No. 2 That extra penny which cites and Mrs. A.L Green's other

will meet. Wednesday night Lyman Green, of Green's Bar-B-Quo, and Ida Leo Brown, star manager, received and counties statewide have children, Joe, who fa home DLsncya
Prayer Meeting 7:30 Thurs- Army Private Michael L. B.I.P. Award from Mark Jackson. been seeking, is inclued In both for the summer from the University -
day night\ the ladies Circle will Norman, 18, son of Mr and the House and Senate tax pac- ; of Fla., and Mr. and Fri., Sat. July 16, 17
meet at Mrs Clarence Covington's. Mrs. Harold K. Norman, Route kage under consideration in the Mrs. Stanley Green, Deborah *
Friday the ladies will 1, Lawtey, recently completed r Florida Legislature's special Don, and Doug from Brooker SCORE ONE
1 FOR IJJV 1
meet at the church. Dinners eight weeks of basic training Z Smokey Say it extended budget session this also their aunt, Mrs. Pearl
will be sold Saturday from the at the US. Army Training Center week. Only difference in the Markey enjoyed spending a
church kitchen. Sunday Is regular Ft. Campbell, Ky. i $ \ PASSING THE BUCK two versions Is that the House few days: at Ormond Beach July -
Pastoral Day Services will He wanted to take the first $9
received instruction In STOPS RIGHT HERE. 6On Sat ,July 10, aU
begin with Sunday School -at drill and ceremonies, weapons million of the expected $37 of Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Green's
9:30.: Morning service 11 a.m. map reading combat tactics, sub ,.,WITH YOU! million the tax would net to children took them out to eat
League 4 pjn. Evening service military courtesy military Justice fund the equalization programfor in honor of their 35th Wedding
6 p.m. In the evening the state's school system
first aid, and Army history ? Anniversary
service at 6:30: Greater Allen and traditions. ..ME The $125,000, merely an approximation -
Chapel will be present to share The soldier's wife Brenda, Is based on the Mrs. Pearl Markey left with!
; i in the services. lives on Route 2, StarfCe.Army fact that last year the county Mr. and Mrs. John Green and _
i received $24,971 as its 20 per son for Memphis, Term. Sun- Wait
Greater Allen Chapel AME k cent of the seventh cent of day morning, July II. _Dfen
,, ( Church Rev.C.E.Jenkins,pas- the gas tax. Calculating from Mr and Mrs. Bob Hinton
tor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Private Kenneth L. that, a whole penny would net and daughter Valerie from / 0u'R
{' Morning service at 11. Choir Carlton, 19, son of Mr. and the county about ns,000 Ft. Lauderdale spent the Fourth
Union, 3 p.m. Evening service Mrs. Robert G.Carlton,Starke. It reflects the fact that K5-- of July weekend with relatives
( will be held at Greater Beth- recently completed eight weeks 500,000 of gas sold In the county here. These Included Mr. and
leham Free Will Baptist Church of basic training at the U.S. during the 1969-70 fiscal Mrs. Ernest Edwards and
at 6:30.: All members are asked Army Training Center, Ft. year. ($.01 times 12,500,000 e- daughters; Mr and Mrs. Tom- -
to please cooperate with Rev. Campbell Ky. ........ quals $125,000). my Cox and children, and Mrs. FRED[
Jenkins and motor with the He received Instruction in Mark Jackson) presents B.I.P. Award to Mr. and Mrs. Fore Fire Pr nnlio.. I. Using 14,500 as the figure Inez Green. MAOMURRAY
group to render services at drill and ceremonies weapons Marvin Rosier of Rosier Monuments for renovations to everyone'. r ..pon.lbllit11their I for the county's total population Mr and Mrs Harold Driver NANCY KEENAN
that hour. map reading combat tactics, building. The renovations Included a new green the City of Starke with Jane and Hal. from Paducah, u .
military courtesy military Justice house added by the Rosters. 4.80C would receive $43,100, Ky visited relatives here July OLSON WYNN
Announcement! Look! Who Is with 623 would 9-10. Those visited Included
first aid, and Army history Lawtey persons : clu a./hNw 4COJ! [
coming to townlAppearing and traditions. The Office Cynic BO longer receive $5,344, Hampton with Mrs. Bill! Blgham and son, Billy -
at Greater Beth- The soldier's wife Elizabeth lopes thai the better maa will 340 would receive $2,930 and ; also Mr. and Mrs. Stanley PLUS
lehem Freewill Baptist Church lives on Route 2, Starke. win aa election.. Now he MX. Brooker with 292 person would Green and children.
Friday night, July 16. at 8 tie s for hoping Out the won k. get $2,586. Walt Disney's"SMITII"
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The problem of providing health rare has been All Macfiraw Ryan O'Neal

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account. Stop In on your lunch hour,fill out a couple uncontrollable expansion of Medicare and Medic. Tiirt I i MITROCOIOA uGuQ I
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TrainingBradford t T

Ivery Hodge, 62, of Brook-

er. died Thursday July 8. Civil Defense Director Y _
Surviving are his widow,Mrs. Frank Williams Is back

Maggie Hodge, a daughter,Mr. In his office here this week,
Blanche Taylor, Lawtey; three one of 26 local CD defense
tons, Carl, liar Ion, and Ker- coordinator-directors in the
vln, all of Brooker; four bro United States to graduate from CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS. CHURCH OF GOD FIRST PRESBYTERIAN JORDAN MISSIONARY CHURCH OF CHRISTAT

thers, John Hodge. Lacoochee: ; the USCD Staff College, Battle CHUJlCH' 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Sunday School 9:43 BAPTIST MISSION MELROSE
Tom, Jacksonville; Dennis, Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Sunday School 10 MornIng : man.
Creek, Michigan a.m. Morning U.S. 301 North behind Tas-
t Worship II a.mYouth
Rrmkert and Will. Deleon The three weeks of special Moraine Worship 11 a.m. Youth Worship, 11 a.m. Sunday Fellowship 8 tee Frees Drive In, Sunday Schedule of Services:
Choir Practice
Springs and five grandchildren. Service 8:00 Evening Wor- p.m. Sunday Bible Study 10:00:
; p.m. 7 Youth
training consisted of four phases Evening p.m. Night Wednesday 8 School 10 ajn. Worship Ser
Funeral services were held and a reading seminar. ship 7 pan.Thursday. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Prayer Robert D. pan.Rev. Burch vice. II a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer ajn. Morning Worship 11:00 a.
at 2 p.m. Saturday In the Churchof Purpose of the reading semi night Prayer Meet Meeting Friday, 7:30: p.m. Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes m. Evening Worship, 7:00: p.m.
God of Prophecy with burial 7:30: p.nu All other Evenings-8:00pan.:
\I nar Is to provide the local Rev. Y.W. Kidd, pastor. day.
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
in Dedan Cemetary. Brannon CD director with an opportunity Ivy Luke Pastor -Leroy Olive pastor E.L. HAMPTON CHRlslIAty
Funeral Home Lake Butler, to continue his professional
Poster GrU associate pastor. CHURCH
was In charge of arrangements. Williams SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng a.
AtNortfoUoBaptist growth 1' focused on says.Phase the Job BAPTIST CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Worship, 11.Training Union, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -
of coordinator Phase D 833 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Sunday School 9:30; Training 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship II a.m. Evening
the ,
Church LAWTEY COUNCIL the work environment; of the : Sunday School. 10 ajn. Union 10:15: ajnt; Morning Worship LeRoy Dalrymple, Pastor BROOKER Worship, 7.-James Shaw, pas

SETS MILLAGEIn coordinator; Phase HI, the per Preaching: 11 a.m. Training U- II a.m.; Evening_ Worship Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship tor.
a brief meeting Monday sonal effectiveness of the co 5:45 p.m. Evening Worship 7130 p.m.?;; Prayer Meeting 7:30: BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH \' Services. II a.nw and 7
Rev. Wayne Hells Is the new night, postponed from July 5, ordinator and Phase IV focusedon 7 pan.Everyone welcome. Wednesday. Sunday School,' 10 aon. MomUs p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
pastor at Northslde Baptist the Lawtey City Council set the CD director's role as -Wilbur Dyess pastor. Pastor Rev. Robert West. I Worship, 11 a.pi.: Evening Rev. Lacy Conway Pastor BROOKER FLA.
Church, coming here from the city's tax levy for the coming a public official who must workas Worship 7:30 p.m.; Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday .
Grace and Truth Baptist fiscal year at five mills a part of the team for National CHURCH OF GOD Meeting 7.30pon.: Wednesday GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol
whichhe NEW RIVER BAPTISTSunday
Church East Palatka, the same as last year's. Security; by examining OF PROPHECY. BROOKER -Rev. J.C. Sounders, pastor. Sunday School I. 10 a.m. Morning Superintendent.Training
School. 10 MornIng
helped organize eight years a.m. Lowell
conflicts with civil Mom- nlon, 6:45: pan. Douglas
Ideological 10 and 7
Sunday School a.m. Worship, 11 a.m.
Worship, 11 Training
defense and civil W 11' YI'eQple'a a.m. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Director. Worship Services, 11
as a concept
ago.Mr. Inc ajn.
and Mrs. Wells and their Worship Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship -
pan.Rev. a.m., 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw,music
6 Sunday 9:45 Sunday
15 and AdministratorAppointed defense In other countries. ;Service: p.m. 8 Wednesday aon. John Ross, pastor.
two children Brenda. p.m. Night
director.
Evangelistic Service 7 p.m. School, II a.m., Morning Worship
Davis, 12, are residing in a Meeting .service 7:30: pan. Everyone 6 Training Union
mobile home located on the for Wednesday Prayer welcome.L.L. pan. EVERGREEN BAPTISTHlehY
Histories!
7:30 Come and worship 7 pan. Evening Worship. HEILBRONN BAPTIST
: fun.
Parker Northwest of
church pastor. 125,
property. Union Hoipifal. with us. Wednesday -7:30 Prayer Ser 10 CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
will Lawtey. Sunday School a.m.
SodIty -Rev. Bobby Harris, pastr BAPTIST vices. Morning Worship 11:15. Sunday Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
Mary P. lonoSorvicas Floyd Miller Jr., of Tucker Afect TonightThe GREATER BETHLEHEM PINE LEVEL -Rev. Bob Cooper Pastor Night Service. 7:30 p.m. Morning Worship II. Training
Atlanta Sunday School. 10 eon. Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Service
Ga. a suburb of ,
Wednesday Prayer Meeting,
HoU i has been named administratorof FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a.m. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
7:30 Rev. Albert Knight,
Bradford County Historical Cor. Aah A Chestnut, Sunday Services CBoostsr Band Young 9:45 : pan. Service 7:30.:
the new Union General Hospital son.;
In Jones Chapel at Lake Butler. The appointment Society will meet at 7:30 School. 9:30: ; Morning Worship, People and Prayer Service), 6 SundayWorship, lla.m.EvenIng pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe
was made at a meet- p.m. tonight (Thursday) In the 11; League.p.m.NUht Service p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Worship,7p.m.JWed.; Prayer pastor.
Ing of the hospital board of Starke library. A.J. Thomas, 6 p.m. -- Rev. Jasper Williams Midweek Service, Wednesday Meeting and Bible Study 7 LAURA BAPTIST CHfRCIl

Mrs. Mary P. Lane 55, of trustees last week. Sr., who was clerk of the court Pastor. 7:30: pan. Rev John Strickland, p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. Morning Sunday 'Worship.School,II 9:45 a.m..;. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
Starke died Friday July 9, W.B. Thomas chairman of for many years and who was Pastor. C.F. Prevatt, pastor Everyone li a.m.Even-
OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
born In Clay County In what is FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welc g Worship 7:30: p.m. Mid-
at her home In Starke after a the board, said that Miller will lne. week 1404 E, Bessent Road
Bible
now part of the Camp Bland. STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Study, Wednesday,
brief Illness. She was born in go to work Immediately, as the 7:30 Sunday Priesthood 8:30
Hampton on Nov. 13, 1915, wasa first step getting the new 25- log reservation will discuss Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning (Highway 100 at Tneressa) p.m. a.
Sacrameni
Be Sunday Sch"l,10|
In church m. a.m. -
retired secretary and office bcd facility In operation in the some of his memories of ear- Worship 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School. 10 a.m.MornIng FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday.
manager, and a member of the near future. ly times In this area. MYF groups, 6 p.m. Worship .11 a.m. TrainIng Sunday Servlcei Sunday School Frank Jarvis, pastor. 6 p.m.
First United Methodist Churchof Miller Is a native of Birmingham All members and prospective Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Union 6:30 p.m. ; Even. 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship Monday Mia 7:30: p.m.
Starke. Ala. lie attended Southern members of the Society are 7pm.PryerMeettng Inc Worship- 7:15 pan. 10:45: aon. EvenlngServlce 7:15: Tuesday Primary 4:30 pan.
Surviving is one daughter Methodist University and invited to attend this Interesting 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday Night Prayer Services p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sunday ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC 7:30 Wednesday. Relief Society,
:
Mrs. Marybeth Peacock of then served four years In the program. 7:45.: 7:30 pan Rev. Merle 6:30 p.m. CHURCH, MACCLENNY p.m.Jesse
D.
Jacksonville; her mother Mrs. U.S. Air Force. lie has been -DeWltt T. Farabee Jr. Packham pastor.) -J.C. Brown, minister Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy President. Branson Branch

Bertha Pearce, of Starke four working the hospital field since AluminumConShrMhbr. De.y Mass 5:30 p.m.
sisters, Mrs. Annie Mae I;nsor 1947. LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL.
Jacksonville; Mrs. Edna Mr. Miller has Inspected the HOLINESS CHURCH -
Mae Hill Pomona Calif.; Mrs new hospital facilities in Lake Sunday School 9:45: ; r----------------------------------,
Margaret Smjth, Newark N.J., Duller and pronounced them Hero ,lily 21 Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth I

and Mrs. Wanda Godwin, Chagrin excellent. Service 0 jun.; Evening Worship
Falls, Ohio;and two grand. e e e 7 p.nuTuesday

children Where The aluminum reclaimer Prayer Meeting 7:30: time to Pray. .
Funeral services were held was Ralph )Vad. J
when perated by the Reynolds Cor-
at II a.m. Monday in Jones out they took the shortcake poration, will be In Starke from P.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey,pastor. Life can be to full and active There are the. school hour, time for study, and
Memorial Chapel with Kev.De- strawberry thortraki: I J
Witt T. rarabee officiating Interment 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, July 21, f for a growing child there must .be. recreation. Alga a lime for eating I I. necessary,
at the Starke Plaza.
was in the family plotIn Individuals and organizationswill GRACE BAPTIST and a time I"l be with the family. One of the most needed limes is I to Le l unlit, God I iI

win Hampton C. Jones Cemetery In charge with De-l of the It wire might services live newt Just space report-If be paid 10 cents'a poundfor CHURCH. STARKE I in jTiiytv.! There are. limes that we should give thanks t to God f f for our food, and times. .
Sunday School. 10 Morning
lightweight aluminum cans a.m.
ed who lint on strike In New
seek. his and f
arrangements. York rather than the otter TV dinner trays, etc. that are Worship at 11. Training I to guidance .
way around. suitable for shredding. Tin or Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship watch eare, and there art e' .tit Ltknes
steel cans: will not bo accept 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer I I
+
.
I to with others.This .
,
.atttt O, i lee. iI ed. Meeting 7:30.: --Rev. Leon T. pray ,
Odom, Jr., pastor we can do by attending 4.'t '
I church. "' e ,

VACATIONBIBLE i p" I I.... i I '" :
Jacksonville AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH ii" ,
10 Morn-i a
.
Sunday School a.m. '\
4
'
Inc Worship 1)) ajn.; Evening' ,..fb y :, r.. "..

Worship, 7 pjn.j; ,Wed. Prayer \ ,.r .1, ,
.. .
Business Meeting( and Bible Study,
7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- 1 1

fr-r every Monday. 7 pan. the Church I it God's oppoinlid, agency in
&.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone (hit world lor spreading the, knowledge of .

DirectoryAuto Welcome.ST. r His lore for man and of' Hit demand 'for .

SCHOOLDate } man 'la rttpond to thai' love by loving his 're t,
EDWARD'S STARKE CATHOLIC nughbor Without ,this grounding in ,the t
CHURCH
love ol' Cod, '
no government or tacitly or t
Father James Cregan,pastor.
Sales and Service
of' lift. will long and the
Saturday Mass 7 pan,Sunday way persevere
Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, frttdomt which wt hold so dear will, in. ,
Parrish Motors 7 p.m. I i tvilably' ptrnh Thirt'or. even 'from a ,

: July 19th-24th Confessions. -- Saturday 6 J i T selfish point of' vi.w. int should support ,
SALES pan. : e 'the Church for the sake of' the cellar of'
SERVICE School of Religion: I hrmttlf arid hit 'family Ityond that how-

Time: 7 p.m.-9 PARTS VOLVO Grade School -- Sunday 11 ( ever every person should uphold and
to 12
p.m. a.m.High School noon. -_ W sday'lto8p.m. participate' In the (Church because it tells i
the' truth, about mono lift' death' and
.
Always Good Vied CarsMl I
destiny' the truth, which alone will ttl him
/ Laura St. Ph. 33C-SIS4
Call 964-6490 fr.. to live at a child of Cod
NORTHSIDE BAPTIST r
"""'*
ELECTRIC MOTORS CHURCH
For Free Bus Sunday Morning Worship, tw-..... .... r rr .. ,, :
Transportation 9:45: ; Sunday School II. Sun I "
PEAVY Brothers day Evening Worship 7:30.: i .
I oaE
Wednesday Evening, 7:30.:
l '
Electric Co. ;
Pine Level -Wayne Wells, Pastor .

Electric MotorsSold ;./;
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL

Baptist ChurchAction Generators- Serviced- Staters- mature Repaired Holy CHURCH.Eucharist STARKE, hat and 3rd/ I I'

Rewinding. Sundays, 10 a.m.Morning Prt!"- QflI
4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2328 er, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday,
( Center Of Bradfad Co.) 10 I!
a.m.John M Rector tutu.rwwwwww-------- ----------------
PIANOS Flynn, ;
3 Mi. West On Hwy. 100

Starke, Fla. YAMAHA PIANOS PINEHII! CONGREGATIONAL ,
CONN and KIMBALLORGANS METHODIST CHURCH STARKE "66"

i .e.a.se s i Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor- FLORIDA
ning Worship 11 a.m. Youth SERVICE

Service 6 pan. Evening Worship -
7:30: pan. Rev. Tommy 4:14$: 1"" EST Kill Edwnrdi. Ph. 961.7231
---- -- L. Milliard, pastor. k

r -,.,, $:> ;: HeadlightdJusUnJr Tire Tru-ing ;
MADISON STREET .
REVIVALNew
BAPTIST CHURCH : &. pgperae a.ONTROL. Brake Service

Sunday 9,45a.mMon.
School :
Carl Hunt Phone 964.6111
ning Worship II' Training Union Wheel I tain nee and
River Baptist Church KIMBALL "SWINGER" 6:15: ; WMl' )Prayer Circle,
ORGANS 7:15: ; Evening Worship, 7:30.: :539; E. Call St. Starke Fla. Alignment

Mall M *S1 MondayYouth Choir Practice 24.HR. WRECKER
Roosevelt : SERVICE 964-5745 for FREE '
hone AIR SERVICE
CONDITION'
""" and Choir Practice for
JULY 1218 WESTERN STORE Grades 3-6. 7 p.m. Hiway 301 and 100 Inspections and Estimates AH Minor Repairs "

WednesdayFamily Night !10 8. ,
Temple Starke
Supper 6:30 pan. Prayer MeetIng 617 N. Temple Ave Starke
LITTLE. DUDE 7:30: ; Church Choir Practice -
Services Begin At 8:00p.ra. 830.:
Western Store -Denton Sumrall, pester
BRADFORD
STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDS
EVANGELIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "
Western Clothing Leather CO.
ABSTRACT
goods. .Saddles and Tralien.. STARKE Morn- SUPPLIES Inc. Grocery and Market
Sunday School, 9:45: ;
Rev. Gene KeithOf Charles Sharon Petty meet
Ing Worship at II; Acteens Your
For
GroceriesMeatsFeed Service
902 8. Edc wood 384-1210 Immediately following worship Featuring Ac. Hardware Netter

GoinetvilleIomecoming service; Church Training 6:15: ;
GAS AND OIL Title Problems
Paint Supplies
FURNITURE Evening Worship, 7:30.: Complete *
MondayGirls In Action leave and Sporting Good Jack and Gladys EdwardsAbstnets
for Lake Yale at 9 a.m., Youth
July 18 BAXLEY CHAIR Choir, 7 p.m. U. 8. 301 South Starke Tills Insurance?

Discount TuesdayYoung Musician Check With Us First".
Furniture Choir, 2 PHONE 964-5312 15V.: Call Ph. 964-68M
With Dinner On The Ground WednesdayFamily pan. Night 211 Washington St. '....5270

Urine: Room 1 Supper, 6 p.m. Youth Choir

Everyone Welcome Dlnkng Room J M "A"R.A., Meeting 6:20; ,Prayer 6:30: ; Teachersand Meeting; CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

BedroomWHOLESALE." Officer Meeting 7:15: ;
... Church Choir Practice: 815.: OwMoT By Those We Sen I.. Twelve, Northeast. Florida Counties "Helpht Our Members. Live Better:' :_

L.L. Parker Pastor PRICES Thursday678 :year choir, v
2 p.rt. Visitation 7 p.m. College KlectrleallvKsrstoM Heights. -.Phosw 'UI4.11Plies
.411. Cawal 1 Block from !I-\e and Career 7:30.
Choral
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Jacksonville" !, Fla. Mf-1741 -W.A. Hogan, pastor

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Please Coll 473-3283 or 473-4182 HOME: DESTROYEDBY and sons, Mr and Mrs.Charles residents of the Key- stone Heights and surrounding -

LIGHTNINGI'm Walker and family, Mrs. Helen stone Heights area were told lake area In the past four Fl
WOMAN'S CLUJJ of Mrs. Marshall Pardee. On afraid our news beginson Walker of Jacksonville,and Mr Tuesday night that if they want months, "not Including thoseIn
The Chairman -'of the KOP, their trip up they took the a sad note this week. Last and Mrs. Dolph Reddish and ed better police protection they Park-of-the-Palms." .
Mrs. Fremont belles wishesto scenic route through the Blue Thursday afternoon during a family of Starke spent the week- would have to pay for It. Later In the meeting Police
thank the Committee Chair- Ridge Mountains.Mrs. storm, the home of L.W. !Nors-; end of the Fourth with Mr. and The confrontation took placeat Chief Wally Muhlhofer: who was
man who worked so diligentlyto Lillian Lawrence, mo- worthy was struck by lightningand Mrs. D.W, Carpenter.Mrs. Tuesday night's Council the target both of praise and J n?
make the KOP activities such ther of Harold Lawrence, Is was gutted by fire. Mr. Jewel Rose and a friendof meeting when some 100 con- Implied criticism during the f
a rewarding/ project.Our thanksto out of the hospital and Is now !Norsworthy; was away on busIness Jacksonville spent the week- cerned citizens: pocked the discussion stated that only five .
all our friends and members at the Gainesville Extended and unfortunately the end at their lake home. council room to ask Mayor of the break-Ins enumeratedby
who supported the var- Care Nursing Center neighbors were unable to sal- Mr. and Mrs.E.D. Hall,Joyce Raymond Starnes and Clay Mrs. Vance had taken place t'n

ious events.) .,. Mrs. C.J Vachon Is home vage a thing. Simmons, Barbara Blackburn County Sheriff O.J. Murrhee, within the city limits of Key-
Over 300 visitors signed the from Alachua General Hospital Mr. Norsworthy lives next and Kern and Susan Ellis spent Jr. what could be done to curb stone since last April 1. lie ;> YI .A'V
guest book at the KOP Arts following surgery. door to us, and If It had not the holiday weekend with Mr. the wave of burglaries they said the Keystone police were Ak
and Crafts show, many from Mrs. Zeda Bowman from Or- been raining as It had been and and Mrs. George Ellis. said has plagued the area for not responsible for the sur-
out of state, and' It is grati- lando is visiting Mrs. Hazel still was, our house would have Staying In Jackie Lanler's the past four months. rounding area, but had never
fying to observe the growing Rogers of Lake-Geneva for a probably caught fire, and pos- cottages this week were Vince 11 have lived In Keystone failed to answer a call from
interest In this annual show. few days. sibly Mr. Norsworthy's rental and Linda Bucca and childrenand nearly 30 years and this Is anyone who needed help, even

CLUBr MaJ. and Mrs. Alfred Wat- cottage. The wind was blowing Kim and Barbara Miller the first time I have ever expressed though they lived outside the 4
ROTARY son and sons, Tom and Bob, flames and sparks everywhere, and children aU of Jackson- a complaint or desireto city. nsk

Myron Prevatt, Jr., attorney, were recently! transferred from but the rain helped prevent the ville. change any part of the city; ," Several persons asked why, ? r
spoke to the:J9tary! Club last Craig Air Force Base Selma, fire from spreading till the Mrs. Nellie Howell and Pear- said Mrs. Aughtry Vance, for- If the City of Keystone could --- -
Friday at their weekly lunch- Ala. to Moody Air Force Base, fire trucks arrived. We wishto son and Sally Vauss of Hialeah mer city: tax collector, In a not afford full-time police officers -
eon meeting about the differences Valdosta, Ga.The Watson's visIted express our sympathy to Mr. and Bill and Jerri Co- prepared statement. "But the the department could
between the old and new his parents, Mr. and Mrs. !Norsworthy; in his loss. At the man of Jacksonville spent the burglarizing of homes for the not be abolished and the mat- Mrs Aughtry Vance, farmer Keystone Heights tax I

divorce laws,in Florida. Alfred Watson, Sr. at their same time I thank the Lordit weekend with Jackie Lanier past four months has given ter of protection In the city: collector, reads off list of Keystone area B&E't at Council

home on Lake Geneva over the wasn't worse; no one was Don and Nell Thorns and children everyone the nervous jitters. turned entirely over to the ) Tuesday night.so .
HERE N' THERE weekend.Mr hurt and the rain stopped of Charleston, S.C. spent People will tell you they are county. moling
Kenny Bonner is home from and Mrs. 11$. Wrightand the fire from spreading.On last weekend with the Jack Miller not sleeping and are hearing Council Chairman Everett
the hospital in Jacksonvillewhere children of Ocala spent the bright side, Granny family.Ruby Dyal of Gaines- noises they were not even con Fox said he would not be In the target of several ques- rles for full-time officers.
he recently underwent the week at the Holiday Beach Copeland came home Wednes- ville spent the Fourth with them. scious of before the robberies favor of this since he thoughtIt tions, explained that his office The subject of speeding was
surgery.Mr. Apartments and visited his sis- day, and she's doing better started. It Is like an epi- would cost taxpayers more employed nine deputies who had also brought upby several other
and Mrs. il.E. Magann, ters Mrs. W.H. Redfeam the job of petroling the 500 protesters including Dan Richardson -
Sr.
now. Sunday afternoon my uncle Mr. and Mrs. Clark Stephensof demic of a contageous disease in the long run, and would not
Jr. of Jacksonville, the for- and Mrs. Alfred Watson Sr. and aunt Red and Iva Lee Miami spent a few days with you wonder who will get it Improve matters since the square mile area of Clay County of Park-of-thc-Palms,
mer Mary Ann Schaeffer, announce Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Hltt of Boaz, Ala. pulled In Mrs. Llnnle Norwood last week. next." Sheriffs department could not "We are understaffed," he who said that Highway 100 fre-

the; blr.th of a daughter Frank Walrath on the deathof for a visit. Monday, we were Fourth of July guests of La- Mrs. Vance said she had pre- station deputies In one area on said, "and every man we have quently becomes "a drag strip"
Mandy'Caprlce, on July 1 1. her father, C.J. Bastedo, visited by Uncle Roy and Aunt mar and Gladys Malphurs were pared a list of 19 homes that a full time basis. works an average of 58 hoursa after midnight.
She Joins a brother, Christopher who passed away in a Jack- Teenle Crenshaw their daugh- Bob In Sheriff week" Richardson said he left Du-
Walter and Natalie Bell, had been broken Into Key- Murrhee, who was alI -
Sean. A baby shower was sonville Hospital following a ter Joan and her fiance Terry and Gall Remley, George and Murrhee said. "For the last val Countv because of "bad

given for Mary Ann on June 17 short illness on July 9. Bohannan and their son Jerry Betty Bothwell Bootsle Lowe _.' M.N'. ... ......- ...' -' six weeks we have been spending conditions, and now we have
at the home of Mrs, Helen Congratulations to Peter and his girlfriend Janet Brls- WWQQCOQC- K>O0raOTWWTOKWWWV9TO WAews a good many hours In the them here." lie complained of
and son Jerry and Judy Wright
Moody on Pottsburg Creek Morgan son of Mr. and Mrs. to, all from Gainesville, and all of Jacksonville. Bootsle and ,I IBy Keystone area with extra men. "manifestations of Indifference
Drive and she was assistedby Bill Morgan, who won an ora- Aunt Clara Sullivan of Wlllla- Jerry and some friends spent I / Notes You are a rapidly growing a- in some quarters" when attempting -

Mrs. Margy Rosenberry.Mary torical award and was electeda ton. Aunt Clara visited us off several days here the first rea, and that Is one reason to report Infractions
Ann's mother and sis member of the Senate at the and on till this past Sunday of the week while on vacation. .... Helen, Egan iAN for your Increase In crime," of the law. lie said he called
timeson
ter, Mrs. George Schaeffer and recent session of Boys Statein during her two weeks vaca- Mike Trailer of Green Cove he added. the Sheriffs office three

Martha Jane,attended the show- Tallahassee. tion. Russ and Jean Pierce Springs spent last week with ANSWER: To staff his office adequately one" occasion, and was "put

er.Mr. and son Jeremy, and Lyle and his grandparents, Clyde and the several friends of this published abroad. would require at least 18 off
To
another spokesman
and Mrs. David Schaeffer Ce Bastedo Debbie Home of Gainesville deputies, Murrhee said, reminding However,
Norma Adams. Norma'sdaughter -
to their Inquiry
were weekend guests of his reporter as FELLOWSHIP CLUB the protesting citizens from I'ark-of-the-Palms, who
Schaef- StrvicnHddAtKtystotM also visited us last weekend. Louise Cambeno and daughter regarding last week's missing Interest and attendance Is refused to identify himself, said
mother, Mrs. George Gary and Barbara Sullivan and of Hollister visited that "you get no better law
Vicki
column a report was submitted "all the In the
gradually Increasing as mem- enforcement than you're willIng he had praise
fer.Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Brennanof son of Archer, and Otis Mel- them on Sunday. but became mislaid In the bers return from vacation and to pay for." world" for the, Keystone police
ton of Hampton visited Wednesday
us Another family reunion that
,
at
South Laguna, Calif are volume of correspondence recover from Illnesses. So, it When asked what property department. "My home was entered -
Cameron James Bastedo, 63, afternoon. Friday after- of the Howard family, was held The Telegraph office. Portionsof 8 at different occas-
here visiting his father and was on Thursday, July owners could do to help with on two
mother, Mr. and Mrs. John died Friday, July 9, In a Jack- Cricket noon, my went parents to the, James bus sta-and at the home of James and Mar- last week's News Notes are the Fellowship Club Luncheonat the law enforcement problem, ions, he said. "I called Wally
lie Kinchen Mem-
Brennan of Baker Road, Lake sonville hospital after a short on Sunday. being repeated. the Lions Club. Houston Sheriff Murrhee advised that and he was there In 20 min-
tion
in Gainesville and pickedup
Geneva. They sailed to Florida illness. He was born in Detroit bers of the family from around Drlscoll led the 28 membersand each Item property be marked utes, and It happened at 2 or
Uncle Howard and Aunt Lena
Mich July 17 1907, the state and some from New COMMUNITY CHURCHThe In the Blessing of he said The same
aboard their yacht the Ml- on Brandberry of Oxford Ala. guests with name or serial numberso 3 a.m.,
Kel from New Orleans. Their and came to this area In 1958 Jersey attended. two services of Morn- the Food. President Marlon that it could be identified spokesman said that a sheriffs
with the Humphrey Gold Corporation who came down for a visit. Dorothy, Sam and Charles Ing Worship are being contin- Driscoll repeated the special deputy was also there within
Mike
children, Kelly and are Aunt Teenle Crenshaw in court later, if stolen.
stayed Ormond
also with them. as superintendent of Henry Butler of Beach ued In the Interest of enabling serving of food, whereby mem- "Identification of stolen pro- 20 minutes after being called.
with Aunt Lena and Gran-
Paul Brennan who teachesat construction of the Trail Ridge me, Charles, Louise and Paulette many people who are vacationIng bers do not have to walk about perty Is one of our major "Wally answered the call,
Ilmenite mine. Mr. Bastedo ny Copeland, while Daddy, Mama Strandberg and Paul, Lee and or visiting in the commun- cafeteria style. All food Is even though Park-of-the-Palms
Saddle Back Junior Collegein problems In getting a conviction -
Uncle
Howard
and Aunt
Captstrane, Calif., and Dr. lived at Keystone Heights until Clara, went fishing at the Ok- Greg Strandberg of Jackson- ity to attend either the 8:30: passed to the right and selection ," the Sheriff said. "Only is not in the city limits," this
ville the weekend
and Mrs. Glenn Corrigan and 1968 when he went with spent holiday a.m. or the 11 a.m. service. of same is received 17 per cent of burglaries are speaker said.Attorney .
lawaha River
son of Houston also visited Mr. Humphrey Gold to a mining Able, Saturday. Howard with Mrs. Jo Strandberg. Choirs render sacred hymns at from the left,,. while all are solved mainly because of this Myron Prevatt -Jr.
Sunday, and Katy Maxie and Barbara Mathis of
services and Pastor Ste-
operation near Jacksonville both seated. lack also spoke in praise of the
and Mrs. John Brennan.Mr. Cosette Howard of identification.
and Mrs. Charles Par- Beach, and later followed the Kathy Gainesville spent Sunday with wart McCord's sermons are Following the luncheon a short He also advised residents to Sheriffs office and the Keystone -
to similar ,Crawford and daughter, Kim, Fred and Vera Swearingen. most Inspiring. The altar flowers business held witha "The "sheriffs
dee and Mr. and Mrs. Mar- company a opera- meeting was be alert and report any strange police.
for
vIsU Lent Jacksonville
came by *
a Their
Ga. where he son of Sunday, July 4, were back Tom and does marvelous job
shall Pardee and son, Gregg.. tion at Folkston BartoivWell Garner"of welcome for incidents occurtng around their office a
""lived for the several Joyce -men.4' Gainesville given.by friends of Pastor Mc the Club's the size of Its stiff," I're-
have been visiting family and \ past years. Lillian Norwood, .homes or the homes of their for
Evelyn Brum- and has been with
friends in New York. They also He' was a member of the Me- Stark staying his Cord In i memory of his late faithful workers. Lillian has neighbors. "If )' any vatt said
9.see
flty just
re.turned"1 parents some here on the lake.
visited Niagara Falls in Canada thodist Church, the Folkston -grandfather. Nelson L. Mqles been so 111 with those tanta- strange cars In the neighbor- Replying to the suggestionof
and went to Chelsea, Mass. Lions Club; a former mem- tion to Seattle rom a two-week Washington vaca-and Ills down wife Terri Swearingen was of Atlanta, Ga., who passed lizing and painful shingles.Mrs. hood at odd times or odd places employing auxiliary officers,
for the
to visit II.C. Raley, brother ber of the Keystone Heights Into Canada., weekend. Last away recently. The Book of Ruby Wolfe, a neighbor friendof write down their license which was made l b> several'
afternoon
Thursday weekend Vera's
up sister andbro-
Lions Club, and former chiefof Golden Memories has recorded the Norwoods, was also able numbers as a precaution," the spokesman, Prevailjurccdnlth\
the Volunteer Fire Department Joyce and Evelyn visited ther-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. this Memorlum. to be with us, after having Sheriff said.AnoUer Sheriff Munhcc: Dial tills wouldbe
at Keystone. Lou Lovell in the Medical T, Thompson of Lake Alfred The Senior High Youth Fel- suffered a foot Injury. Char- a dangerous: practice: unless,

Surviving are his wife, Juan- Center. visited them. lowship which meets usually ter member and first Vice Pre- reason for the Increase the auxlllarj members had proper -
S.E. MCKAY Ita Devlin Bastedo of Folks- Mrs. Owen Bryant has been Mr. and Mrs. X.M. Smith from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Church sident of the AARP Chapter, In crime, Murrhee said, training
ton; one daughter, Mrs. Frank busy lately helping her sister and daughter Terri! of Starke Annex enjoyed meeting at the Mrs. Camille Steward was withus is that many people are now Hruner Baker, a Nc> stone
REALTOR Walrath, Jr., of Keystone on Alto Lake fill her freezer. spent two days with Mrs. Beu- home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest and assisting Mrs. Marg supporting an expensive dope resident and a professional[
Heights; two sisters, Mrs.Jessica Mr. and Mrs.C.L. (flip)Rahn lah Smith and Mrs. Ruby Wolfe McLean on Little Lake Geneva, Tracy on registration.The habit and must resort to theft locksmith, said that Uircc-
Keystone Hts. 473.4816 VanSlckle and Mrs. Bea- held a family reunion at their Keith and Laverne Cheshire of July 4. Bible Study Is held each new financial plan of prostitution and other Illegal fourths of the locks in (lie dare
trice Needham, both of Belle- home on Sunday with about 30 Gainesville and Trellle Che- Wednesday evening, and use the paying 23 cents toward the means to get the needed mon- Inadequate and :an open) Invitation -
ville Mich. and one brother, people attending.Mr. shire of Pompano are spend- new Bible translation which rent of $10 was col- to Intruders.s .
; monthly
HOMES. ACREAGES Donald Bastedo, Detroit Mich. and Mrs George Utsey ing the week with them. Mrs. Pastor McCord uses In his lected but If one figures, the ey.Recent court decisions are another suggestion: : \Maker
RENTALS Funeral services were at 10 and family spent the week at Smith and Mrs. Wolfe visited Church program. Some of these rent total was quite far short. also a handicap to law enforcement said "I.el's be more Interested -
a.m. Monday in the Community their lake home. Mr. and Mrs. Cason In Palatkaone are available from the church Perhaps someone will come up Murrhee said, making It In prevention rather than
ASSOCIATESMr. Church of Keystone Heights with Mr. and Mrs. David Reid day last week. secretary's office, week day with an Idea, whereby mem- tougher to obtain convictions, prosecution. I el's keep our
.. M.lb. Il.
Col. J. Ch..lnglon 473.4679 ting. Interment was In the Key- 7:30: and the Gospel Book Lester Sheets, new coordinator "The crooks know this, In a final note of frustration,
L. J. Robinson 47S- 103S stone Heights Cemetery with By Olga Westmoreland of Mark was started last Wed- of table arrangementsand he said. near the end of tile debate,
P. aohol l C.., 473-4058 DeWitt C. Jones Funeral homeIn Phone 475-1482 nesday evening. a tower of help for the He advised concerned citizensto one blue-shirU'd Individual took

J, charge. ......,.,.........,....................,.....,,.,.. .. .} .......... .u.. .... ....,....... .u., seniors, had his young grand- write their legislators and his departure saving, "We
<:;:;:;:;::;:::;:;:::;;;:;:;::O705: :<<""';';';';"''';'f:r.Lr:.>;;;;;., VACATION BIBLE OR daughter from Lake City as judges about this trend, whichhe might PS well adjourn and all

Independence Day with CHURCH SCHOOL said favored the criminal, go home and protect our pro-
Pet owners please note thata numerous red lights which Date July 26 through 30th, guest. and ask them to show more pert)'''"
veterinarian from the Gainesville Lake Serena. PLACE: Educational Building The main business of the concern for the rights of law-
glowed across
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Animal Clinic will be at Twenty-five adults and 15 chil- An announcement was made that meeting was the appointment of abiding citizens. .*..................*.*
the Post Office Thursday, July dren enjoyed the all day affairat the leader of Arts and CraftsIs Mrs. Mltta Kersey as first Mrs. Vance said If the burglaries .
3 to 5 p.m. to Inoculate Vice President for the balanceof .
22, from The Circle D. asking homefolks to search aren't curbed soon she
STARKE your animals against ra- Visitors at the home of Mr. their store rooms and bringto the Club year. The appoint- was afraid "somebody will getshot"
Cost will be $2 per ani ment made by Mrs. Dris- We i
was
bies. and Mrs. Harry Myles on Lake the Secretary's office, Chris- due to the edgy nervesof
PHONE: 9616200KEYST9NE mal. Sponsoring this programIs Swan for the 4th were their tmas baubles, golden ornaments coll, President, and approvedby homeowners.
the Melrose homemakers daughter, Mrs. Arthur Williams and several other Items the Executive Board "What happens to property : :
Club. and children Myles and which the young folks will be Second Vice-President, Mrs. owners If they shoot Intruderson
Earnest Bartlett's birthday, learning to make In very special Vera Lambing Initiated a new their property?" she asked.
HEIGHTS Meg of Dalton, Ga. Also their RepairTYPEWRITERS
July 27, was full of surprises.Mr. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. motives. Many of these activity of having a donated In agreeing with :Murrhee that i I

IMIONE 17.13176How : : !Partlert's cousin, Mrs.Albert and Mrs. Harry Myles Jr. and ideas will be forerunner of door prize at each luncheon better police protection would

... Hall, arrived from Or- children Greg, Mike and Lee the handiwork for the Church meeting. Last month Mrs. Lam- cost more money :Major .
mond Beach bringing a picnic of Gainesville. Two week visitors Women's Bazaar. By calling bing was the donor and Mrs Starnes said that last year tile
dinner. With her was Mr. Hall, of the Myles' are Mr. Mrs. Redfearn at 473-4182, she Ethel Weyman the winner; last city spent only $1 per hour : :

their daughter and grandchildren. and Mrs. R.L. Kromer of Bra- will enlighten you on other Items meeting Mrs. Fern Hanson was for police protection, Include .
Colored balloons made denton. needed. It Is a new idea, the donor and this reporterthe ing all expenses of tile department .

this lawn meal festive. After Rev. and Mrs. DeWItt Ship- as reported by the leader. Because lucky winner, "\Ve spent 75c an hour j ADDING :
39 neighbors and friends GAME-FUN DAY of the Fel- "
dinner and family of Htnesvllle the Church School will for actual patrol work he
dropped In offering their good Ga.pey were weekend visitors of, be In session before this reporter lowship Club will be at 1:30: said, pointing out that home- .

wishes and congratulations to Rev. and Mrs. Leamon Wardof is able to get fuller p.m., July 22, at the Lions owners In Keystone pay an average -
Mr. Bartlett. Birthday cake and Lake Geneva. Rev. Shippey information kindly call the a- Club. Come carrying a simple of only $37 In city taxes {: MACHINES i

punch were served to all. Mr. was guest speaker Sunday bove number. wrapped prize for gift at game annually. I .

Bartlett's daughter Sarah Dun- morning at the Gadara Baptist play. Mrs. Wejman and her "If you want 24-hour protection .
can from Wheaton, Md. and Church. Other guests of SLOW PITCH SOFTBALLWhat committee will serve light refreshments you will have to tripleor .
son, Charles from HoffmanEs- the Wards over the weekend Is this Idea and whatis at the social hour. quadruple your taxes," the : OFFICE SUPPLIES :

hates ill. flew to Melrose to were their son, Ronald, of Atlanta the program you may ask, Everyone wins In this program, !Mayor said. "You cannot have TYPEWRITES :
surprise their father. Anotherson their daughter and son- and Pastor McCord announced friends, fun and a prize. top protection at the ridiculously : .

called from Middleton, N.Y. in-law and grandchildren. Rev. Sunday, July 4, and called the low wages we are now J ADDING MACHINES
and will visit here In July. and Mrs. Ellyatt Hodges and congregation's attention to the FAMILY: DINNERIt : paying The Issue resolves Itself :
Also calling her father was Katherine A was truly a Family Affair Into -
children of Sanford. Also visIting notice In the bulletin. teamIs whether we're will- .
Marsden. What had begun were Mrs. G.E. Hodges being organized for all men when members of Mel- Ing to pay for the type pro- .. .
as a gulet Sunday for Mr. Mr. and Mrs Tom Sundy and and boys 15 years and up who rose Masonic Lodge and Key- tection we want." .
4. Bartlett became a happy day children all of Jacksonville. are> Interested In being a part stone Heights Chapter of OiS: In her opening statement 5 POSTED SIGNS: Treated to .
surrounded with his cherished joined In a covered dish dinner withstand/ weather 200 each. :
Recent visitors of the W.D. of a Softball Team to call either Mrs. Vance said that If the
Are You family and friends. Isenhowers were Mrs. W.E. Miller Wrinkle at 3-4467 on June 29 at Masonic (Hall. speed laws alone were enforced : 1223 dos Special price on largeer .
Setgler Farms of West Put- Locke and granddaughter Sha- or the Church office 34182. Worshipful Master Winton "In and around town" quantities. S.
? nam County won the grand prize Keeth Introduced two new mem- enough money could be collec- .
Money ron of Clinton Mo., Mr. and .
At Handling trophy and the most historical Mrs. Laurie Petterson of Mer- SENIOR CITIZENSOn ((.on'l On Next .Hae ted In fines to help pay salaADHERE : BIG PENS. Ball Point IUMil. :
magician can hold on to money after award trophy In the Keystone ritt Island, and Mrs. Flora June 29 (special meet- S
S
Only a As Heights Boat Parade on July 3. Ing) "Mr. Senior Citizen ofMiami"
his angers. Spencer of Orlando.
slipped through owned Mr. : .
It The pontoon boat by Max Friedson who Is
for the rest of us the smartest trick Is to and Mrs. AI Lagassee of Lake Former resident of Melrose touring the State visiting SenIor : CLASP ENVELOPES aU iS

bank part of every dollar we receive Geneva was decorated to repre- Mrs. Helen Sampson and son Citizens Clubs irf North 4 .lIu, ..

3rst! thing every pay day I sent the Boston Tea Party, It's and wife Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Florida, was guest speaker at S
theme was Sons of Liberty. Foster of Mount Dora visited the Bradford County Senior Citizens *. IF WE DON'T LAVE IT :

We Invite You To Become An Those decorating the boat and with Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Allen Club. Older folks cannot OR{ ANY : we'U get It for ;you. OfficeS .
representing the colonists enroute to New York where they do It alone; they appreciatethese Buppllti, Furniture, Equip.tnenl. .
Day'Saver! dressed as Indians were Mr. will make their home. Other leaders, and the Presi- TO CARS STEEL :
,:*;: Pay
Every and Mrs. Philip Selgler and dent .
of
guest of the Aliens were Mr. the Starke Club, Joe & TRUCKS SUItFACECONVENIENT -
children, Philip Jr., Debbie, and Mrs. Max Haak and chil- Kerrigan Is ever active In endeavoring -
BANK Lynn, and Billy, and Mr. and dren of Palatka. to promote the needsof t Bradford
KEYSTONE STATE Mrs. Don Selgler. Other chil- Luchle and Olga Westmoreland nursing homes, medicare, ECONOMICAL:
dren were Mike Jowers, Cher- and son Sherman along social security; tall the lifeblood COU1
lIelftbel'.f.DI.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. rle Osteen, Jackie Downie, and with Olga's sister, Yvonne of retirees. Echoes from t |

GIna Ingham.'/ Jones, her husband Bill and Mr. frtedson's talk as heard
-Your Friendly Bank to Your Friendly George and I Irma Downie host- sons, Billy and Bruce, attended from Art Lockwood, a Key- BRADFORD CO. TELEGRAPH .
rauah7
Community. ed a July 4 party for the Smith the Suwannee River Festi- stoner, who claimed that a S PHONE *4.MO $

Davis. Downie Consulting had brightened Engineers.Mr. the. (Con', On Next Pane) "tape should have been madeof 0.....................4 .
the
guest: speakers talk :ai'.i: st.

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bers of the Lodge and another

affiliate from Jacksonville And FOR SALE 3 bedroom completely A.J. Thomas Registered Real
their wives and children. Wor- CLASSIFIED AD RATES fur. house, located at FOR SALE Estate Broker Specializing In

thy Matron Mattie Lee Kings- MARY Pang Hose LEW'S 610 W.Adklns St. aar price All Brick HomesWe Appraisals for Estates Individuals -
bury expressed her pleasureIn Minimum C* rf. .... 1.71$ $7,000, financing: can bi arranged and Corporate) Owners
a welcome to all attend (C.v.rg IS word' ) Best Grade WELDING SHOP Call Bill Powell Bro Build Any Price Also general real estate bus-

ing. There were no speakersor CARTER ker. 964-6464 OF 9R46810.tfchr Home Anywhere In Fla. iness. Thirty; Years experience
formal program and after Back word ever 1S-7* Any :biie"1 Any Color Whispering Pine. -JMto- WE ARRANGE ALL In Florida land matters. Tel.

dinner a get-acquainted time J Ie Extra Chars* If not tel US 301 S. Phone 964-570L Starke Florida tfchg

was Simpson enjoyed James while played Mrs.old Anna familiar paid In advance PAINTS $3 Pair No. 961-8232 -_.... ..::N.:.1..I-.=w-=- FINANCINGLow Down Payment

songs on the piano! and CLASSIFIED DISPLAY $2 Pair No. UTILITY TRAILERS -YO.Y- Over a Hundred Designs HOUSE FOR sale- bedrooms
lead singer was Mrs. Erma ; and bath!, large lot. Location
11.50 Per Inch
James SAME $1 Pair No. CUSTOM\ BUILT .N I a OM[ tNC TG Choose From
Lockwood. Mrs. Anna across street from Post Office -
was a bit upset last week when Memorial ftccataUoM GAS AND ELECTRIC MERRILiaCONSTRUCTION and stores. $4,500. Phone

the Bradford Hospital patient Proclamations, etc -7. word 2 Pair for $1- Yes WELDING BRAZING CO. 431-1886. Ztchg! 7/15
report, listed Mrs. Ann James. PRICE SHEET METAL\ --- 3 Miles North of Starkeon
Anna James wishes CARDS OF THANKS HOUSE OF MILOLawte
However our TRAILER HITCHES BEAUTIFUL Sealy Mattress& U.S. 301 FOR RENT- bedroom fur
to know she Is 19 word. Ies .. ._...
everyone or .I." / INSTALLED springs. Innerspring and foam. Phone 964.8521Starke. nished house In Starke. Nice
well and happy and busy every Each word over' M-7e home $33
AS tfchg Regular price 99.95 set. This Fla." tf i mo. No Pets. Lake
day In her chosen professionof week $59.95 with trade-in at St. Phone 782-3511. 2tp 7/15
real estate as a pioneerIn Dahmer's Discount. tfchg
this area. The report of FOR SALEor lease. 4 br
Mrs. James Is the widow of FOR RENT12' wide 2 bed- Jacksonville SAVE UP TO $100 NOTICEStarke I ,
JIMMY MOORE'SSUN Brick house central heat,
Charles James who passed a- room trailer outside city. per year I
A/C. 2 blocks from Post Office -
way recently. limits, J.B. White 964-6114 if 102 E. BROWNLEE fREE use of a professional with and Keystone BARRETT SPORTS $135/mo. or 22500. Available -

PERSONALSMrs. no answer call 964-8647. rchaseoi$3 95 cantank BUG Heights area Customers Water Conditioning MOORE BOAT FOR Gainesville August 376-9666 31, 1971.or CaU see

Judy Hagler of Frankford INTERSTATE MOBILE Nome CIIEK: Concentrate. Guaranteedto Hastings Mattressand YOUR MONEY at 323 N. Walnut St. 41p 8/5
Ky. and !her small daughter : moving In Fla. Call 964-5604., kill roaches for up to 6 and Pump Co.

Jill spent a day recently tfchg months. Bug Chek available at Upholstery Ph. 964-5791
with her In-laws the Ed: Ro- tho following progressive deal- 130 Court Street Starke 1969 Rltzcraft Mobile Home
berts of Little Bedford Lake. Vicon ers: Starke-Starke Builders Phone 964.5832PLUMBING Outboard AStern 12 x 60, 3 BR. Can rent space
She !had been spending some FOR SALE- Two lIolsteln cows Supply Ace Hdw., 219 E. Wash- 710 At. Jorms.Ave.! Complete where It Is, If needed. Can be
time with her mother Mrs. one with! four calves, one with ington St.; Starling farm Sup- PALATKAIs Drive Service and purchased with $600 and take
Duke at Salt Springs and was three calves. Very gentle good ply 225 W. Andrews St. Repair. Complete Fiber. over payments; 4-1/2 years ow-

on her return trip, planningto milkers. Will sell with or with- made to nfiOOKEIi- Green's Grocery Open AgainFURNITURE Water Conditioner glass Repair. Custom- ing. Call 782-:3049. Itp
Jack- out calves. 964-7317. Mrs.S.C. your & Mkt LAWTEY-J.L. Waters
top off for a visit In built Fiberglass Fishing
sonville with !her sister San- Barley after 7 o'clock. Itp individual hearing Grocery. 2tchg 7/22 ; and Pumps Boat.. FOR SALEPiece of ground
WELL DRILLING
dra Hobcrts. Repaired Refinished also deep freeze about full.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Byron FOR liE NT- Mountain requirement at no HOUSE PAINTINGReason: ReupholsteredNEW Sales and Rental* Edgar Burrell Rt 2 Box 16-D.
enjoyed a visit and dinner as Cottage additional cost able. Interior, exterior. Hour Behind Baldwin Store. Sellingdue
guests of Col. and .Mrs. David $45 week,completely furnished. ly or by contract. First class MATTRESSES Repair Department WATER FRONT LOTS to sickness Up
Weeks available in Au-
Nelson at Wesley Manor last July Con- 24 Hour ServiceT. FOR SALE
week. The! Col. Nelsons moved gust and September. R.E. Ed- ALL MAKE HEARING workmanship tact Lonnie Roberts guaranteed.Ralford. FREE ESTIMATES On Crosby Lake and Crosby WANTEDHouse painting, and
there last August from their mondson. Star Route, Box 49, AIDS REPAIRED Lake Canal. Canal 50 feet home repairs. Call Robert
Weekdays 7 a.m. 4:30: p.m. Call Collect 328.2144
28711
Lake Geneva lakeside home. Black Mountain N.C. Phone 4311126. Nights and A. JONES wide 8 feet deep) Located on Traylor 782-3437. lip
Phone ((704)) 669-6861.
tfchg State Road 100, 3 miles West
Mr. and Mrs. 11111 Drannon AINESVILLE HEARINGAID weekends, phone 431-1768.
and son and daughter: spent the 4tchg 714COMPLETE Electrical I Contractor of Starke Fla. Ideal for vaca-
July 4 holidays with Mrs Uran- SEMI DRIVER TRAININGWe CO. tion cottage mobile home or BUSINESSOPPORTUNITY

non's parents Mr. and Mrs. are currently offering 1137 N. W. 23rd Ave.iln JANITORIAL.Ser Residential And investment. e $200
SEWINGMACHINE Prices start at $1,295.00,
Roy Bridges\ and Mrs. Brannon's -
tractor trailer training throughthe viceCarpets Commercial Wiring
shampooed and $35.00 month for 36
twin sister !Marilyn facilities of the following ville, Florida 32601 i house trailers windows down
months ((8 1/2 % simple Interest -
Bridges. truck lines: Sheridan Truck Phone 376-0095 washed, floors scrubbed.Phonu
Mrs. Far: ) Allshouse has returned Lines, Truck Line Distribution 964-5771. Boyd Service FREE ESTIMATEOn ).
tfchg Call 964.7701 8 a.m. to 9 FORNEY
to !her home following
Systems Inc. Parcel
Express
her stay with her family In Deliveries Inc., Skyline Deliveries WANTED TO BUY5to15 acre Sales and Service ( Any Job) p.m. weekdays. tf
Am bridge, I'a. following Mr. Inc. For Application tract on 301 or 100 near .... PFAFF NECCIII ARC WELDERSNeeds
Allshouse's funeral and burIal and Interview, call 904-388- Starke. Also rental property, New Home Guarantee Work To Be Done LOTS'FOR SALE Starke Golf I
services there. Mr. Alls- 4607 write School $5,000 to $8,000 price range N Universal & Country Club ready for
or Safety National Electric: Code. an Individual In this
for Investment.
By
building on or
house was the newly elected Phone 964-
Division Advance In or near Starke.
Is
Systems area who ambitious -
personable
Chaplain of American Legion Inc. c/o Terminal 7361. FOR SALE: 7-1/2 IIP $49:50 up Lot area approximately 1/2 "t
Bldg. 1716 and
And wants a business
I Promise To Be Fair Paved roads
and
Post 202, Just before his death.MELROSE $75. 14 ft. Parts & Repairs on acre larger.
Wizard like new,
McDuff Ave., Jacksonville Fla. that! he can own and operateas
3 minutes from town. (
Hones With Everyone. only
boat & trailer. $175. tfchg all other Make Ma.
his
32205. 2tchg 7/22 Prices start at $1295.00. $200 own, selling and ser-
chinesNATIONAL, down and $35.00 month. vicing a full line of guaran- '
..*................... 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand Trailer Service foUa Call 964-7701 8 a.m.per to 5 P.m. teed top quality welders weld-
cleaned at Dahmers Discount ( Service Calls $5.00 Ing supplies battery chargers
(tie), Mr. and Mrs. Al Bach- fast service tfchg 1736 CALL tfchg standby generators. 39
Univ. Av. 468-1106.7/14P
W.
Crab- All
r r mann, Mrs. Raymond years of manufacturing know-
tree and Mrs. W.H. Davies GainosviiU. Florid" O.C. Carries Nursery
FOR SALE30 laying hens how. Products are needed by
(From Preceding Page) INSVBANCB
Third place, Mrs. C.W. Hardy 378-13b5 .
Phone ,
75C each. 9645801. every farm shop garage
and Miss Iva Fourth AT' KEDCC KATESAUTO. Thousands of Plants
val. July 3. This was an Independence Ulllyer. lip DATSUNGAINESVILLE ;--- school etc. Full Held training -
Day Celebration a. place: W.J. Crolick C.W.Ifar- meat. BOATDOTUC..B. Fruit Trees, Shade Trees, by local manager. If you

the Town of Suwannee River dy. 2-1/2 Baths CONNXmACnCNOT Evergreens Camellias, are mechanically Inclined.
It was a most enjoyable cel- 3 Bed Rooms PUMPSNEW NsUAN1Z: (Azaleas Roses like working with! people desire -
...
ebration, especially since YY oV l a business with! middleto
:
4r In this modern home of 2400 Moot la cane Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
Luchle and Olga won a rod high Income potential, and
4300 N. W. 13th- St.
ft. with Cent. air and heat. AND USED
sq. QUARTER HORSE For Sale- have
and reel In the egg throwing! you a good credit rating
contest. Bill and Shermanwon 0a Don't miss this one If you 37272 3 vear old chestnut gelding. tJ Ml. 8.E. of SUrke. Bwy. INFlormbome you can get Into a $20,000
baseball gloves In tteboy's are In the market for a large 115 S. E. 2nd St. SALES Phone 964-8519. Up IS..ZI85 business for as little as
home and grounds. Terms candy scramble. The Water 1 $1,000. Write or call collect
SkI show by the local youths- Thomas Realtor. Tel.964-5701 .. 7J-JJ} 1 . SERVICE GENERAL FARM! AND Mr. Ted Anderson P.O. Box r

of that area was superb. 04 I Deep and Shallow Wells MODERN MASONRY 563, Fort Collins, Colorado
Duplicate Bridge winners WANTEDCommunicator, Water Softeners and Western Store BUILDING 80521 303-482-7271 1.

June 28: First Place Mrs. North Florida Civil Defense FilteraPlumbing Western &Work Clothes \ 3600 Sq. *t.
Approximately
Paley Boyd Mrs. John Strawn, Headquarters 830 Edwards Rd.
.
Hats
Boots & Stetson A<5 Office AJacentTo :
Second place, Mrs.Roland Bryt t Must have 2nd class phone Supplies Saddles Tack Veteri- l ick: ding tor Truck 1 a
RamP
an, Mrs. C.V. Home. Third and be amateur Phone 964- PyRy
I
place Mrs. Mary Cook and ; 5303. Itchg! narlan Supplies LMuUnc I18.50O Term
Miss Iva Ulllyer. Fourth place '- ; ; > EXPERT SERVICE ON Mon. Wed.. 8 to 8 CALL

(tie), Mrs.A.V.Bannister Mrs. "We've always wanted to ALL MAKES Thursday 8-12 BILL POWELL'BROKER : Carrier

WJ. Crolick Mrs. Tom Nor- join 'He Civilian Defense PHONE 96..7061DURRANCE Frl., Sat. 8 to 7
wood Mrs. Gladys Van Netta. Room Air Conditioners
,
except that it interferes with Main\ St. Lake Butler 084464 -
Winners July 1 9646(10tfch
Thursday, : Touch Control' Comfort'Center, ,
First place, Mrs. Paley Boyd, my Wednesday bridge na Phcne 496.6041 '
Three
PUMP & SUPPLY. CO. e to Of Speel Cooing
i
clu-u-u. .
Mrs. John Strawn. Second place Flenble Air Hon Controls
RKFLNISULNG The Glass Shop Automatic' ', ErenlempTeermoslat

ALL, TYPES FOR SALE1970 Chevelle Malibu .
UPHOLSTERYCABINETWORK with! PB, PS, AC, Radio. ter- Brown Glass .. Eitta Large' Washable Filler,
CorrOSIon Resistant' Casings
LOOKIN' TO STRIKE I Heater.! $300 and take
equity e Model for Specie?Windows
up payments. 964-8822 or 964- For _

GOLD, PARTNER ? Expert Reproduction 7962 after 5 p.m. lip AH CARS and TRUCKS as low as

C. E. JACKSON Installed Whlle-U-Wait
FOR SALE- story house, 4 $11900
Wo've Got A Great Investment For 1313 W...Madison Stark. bedrooms 2 baths, central heat Volkswagen Custom Vinyl.Auto Top

You. You Can Have Your Own and air-conditioned,wall to wall
carpeting. Phone 964-8835. N9 3 vase 1017 N. Main C'YDIeAVAILAIU
laIu 8enk. SLADE GAS
SARSAPARILLA SALOONAnd GENERAL FARM MercedesBenzAUTHORIZED [ tfchg

1 ML North ef Tin Mall and
Appliances
AND WESTERN STORE FIRST TIME OFFERED GAINESVILLECLASP
We'II Help You Get Started. 'INGHOMES
"SALES' & SERVICEGAINESVILLE: One of the nicer homes in 332 W. i r.J: :ianLOCIU :

Giv. Us A Bun At 3723890. And '"West.rn Work Cloth.s Startle 3 B-R. Central. Heat

Ask About Our SARSAPARILLA '*Boot Stetson Hots acid Air, c rpet. Many' Ea:
Qua $19.950 Shown by Appointment ENVELOPES, all
SALOONS Franchise Brochure. 'Saddles Tack 1 only. sizes.Bradford County Tele- LOOK!
4300 U.S. Hwy. 441 CALLBILL graph. iolt
''Veterinarian Supplies Union County Property

THERE'S GOLD IN THEM THAR 372-4226 POWELLBROKER USEQ!, WIZARD dryer and automatic YOUR LOT3,5OO For Sale
Mon.W.d.8to6 washer for sale.$99.95.
MOUNTAINS OF ICE CREAM! 115 S.E. 2nd St. M4-4464 >> Dahmer's Discount. 2tchg Lake Butler, Fla.
Thursday 8 to 12 378-2311 8M.eatltfcJII 7/22
Clwic Lake Front Lot Read/

Fri., Sat. 8 to 7 TRAILER Far S..... Strickland Haightt'
LOT FOR RENT-
REPAIR and sell nearly .
WASTFDWomen to operate WE On S/D. Z...... .
Horn
Bayless Highway
Lok. Butl.r privately Only.
Main St. Citgo Service Station. Pay$1.65 every needle made for any
owned nice
1
shady acre.
')py1 y per hour. No: mechanical work brand stereo regardless of age Phone U-Unit' Trailer, Court. Goad
> F6a Phon. 496-6041 9648112. Itp '
E/SGYY iCASQr:. ltaY.Y: 54..E Involved. Apply Citgo-Station. Also the long play records at 1 BOOM, FT.. Location.

Sen Ins: N. Temple, rlday11 a.m. to $1 off regular price at Dah- WANTED TO Purchase

,H" s ;r Since 1 ltit1!) WANTEDMaid at To-Rena 2 p.m. Itchg mer's Discount. tfchg! ley waterfront (not Inflated Kings-) OFUVMQAREA 2-Story Apt. Bldg. With" 4 Aero.

v VcflorlJa Motel. Good pay Come after property for Cash. Write "B", H, Loud. On Hordevrtaced Siroot.'attr .
FOR RENT 2 air conditioned
Yih&eeling I <5W' fine.Mr 3 p.m. tfchg cottages KIngsley: Lake. Call Drawer A, Starke. It I, s...,... Alto Bu.I.....

WATSON'SHOUSE after 6 p.m. Phone 533-2366. 'rooorty.

v..r. t tfchg.! GARDEN RESTAURANTWaitress CALLSLADE Zoimtry SwbdlvUlon, ..
; PLUMBING OF VACUUMS wanted, no experience ne- ; Largo L. .
brands of new vacuums Dialco Location
Many No For Trailart Of
: / Carohn Cordially CONTRACTOR $ 9.00 up. Used machines from Taking In cessary.person. tfchg phone! calls apply K.....
: application foi
EIvesUcrrefentalive: $ID. Expert Repairs all makes.
Welcomes ConstructionAnd Patta and Accessories for all, Call Or write E.8. AaVa... .,.
: : : N.w vacuums. Built In: Central vac- FHA 235 FOUNDClass ring, Miami Sr. 2. ... 350, I L... Butlar. Phari.
I'h. !4t1x813; ; Yon and Your Repairs tuna cleaning systems."712 N. High 1951 Initials H.B.D. Con- HOME (964671.
Main Gainesville 376-7110 New Brick 3 and 4 tact A.J. Faulkner Ph. 468- 4./1/5
122 :X Riy !SI.Stirke =I. Family to Your .McGill Bedroom Homes) 1245. Itp

; New Home BIC PENS. Ball Point Re- Can for Details SERVICES
Co.
Plumbing nilif Bradford County Tele- 1971 CLEARANCE SaleAll 71 WELDINGWrought
Low Down Mobile Homes must go. Olln's
The State of Florida KUlrose, t=lo. 475-1691 graph. Moderate Paymentand Monthly Mobile Home Sales 100 Welt
Starke. tfchg. Information i

II Is Our Desire to Make; You Feel l Welcome and -WILL DO- baby sitting In my CARL BEGGS Payment Call .... vW. Iron, Porch And

To Aquaint You With Your City home Monday Friday day LONGCHAMP HOMES FOR RENTFurnished 2 bed- CoBtet Patio Post And Rails
,
or night Wanda Jackson. 964- Gulf Service apartment, utilities furnished.
5603. 2tchg 7/22 RMB M44U3Ml Millard Judd 127 Lafayette St.. 781-4055 Built, Aquarium Stands,
If gnu lire new in the area a phone USED roTS 8o. 4M rrfcee for Wreaked Cart
WANTEDWaitress experienced D'
,
Call will hrinir visit Stands, Custom
a prompt
you
only. Evening shift Call M liar Wnekirr Serrlc .
,- Built Cattle Rack For
from jour local hoHlens.' Please' give for 7/22 Interview. 782-3886. 2tchg Fuel Oil SEWING MACHINE-C leaned, MOVEDJ Pickup, Mobil. Home

her a call! She has maps and many -Use Can..: oiled and,adjusted in your & H ELECTRICNOW Metal Steps.
FOR RENT- Unfurnished 2 bed- Rwr. Ml N. W.I4. home $5.00. Vaoumn' cleaner
! free and wonderful gifts!' for you room house. 736 N. Walnut. -.aM. repairs also. All work guarant 4 MILES SOUTH ON 301
Phone 964-7444 or 964-5070. eed. Dennis E. Cogglns Phone Super Test Station
businesses.
local
from 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 964.8808
Up 431-1428 tfchg T/H P 964-9958 or 9646489NEWS
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