Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven Budget Hits


No. 52 Thursday, July 22, 1971 Copy

": k kJ R $4 MilhonA

$4 million county J

YH school spending bill, P'lS. -

"'vmay, rw+ up $300,000 from last .

year, has been i tentatively .,
t ,
I iJ i ,

by the Board the 1971-72 of :


In a special
Thursday night
board authorized
: sey to advertise
V r 1ti
the tentative
72. A public
the new budget Is
Thursday! July 29

. .p r eras t ( dr W In the old
Budget 1 1. the
get, totals over $3.1
i Is by far the
four budgets. The
less than one sixth
million figure in )
$450,000 derived
t property- taxes.

Biggest portion

Is tion total professional to$2.041 this,

Is paid towards

I 15000.reflects The an
from the school ;
to match state
new mandatory ;
retirement plan.

Food service
Increase of 150
$44,000 to 100000.
to the free lunch
Wreckage of' the ranch wagon driven by Bennie Terrell oft.rit crashed head-on Into a train. T.rr.ll survived. sored by the
ment. The county
to 57C for each
h served.

I f DTk:: as ical nearly The Cost will county of personnel the textbooks; same will

Crashes Into TrainTwentyone at imbursed Operation$161,000 by,of the

heat, utilities

I,, year old Bennie way Patrol, Terrell was tra- skid marks were left,, however. Gloria Mack 39 of Starke, attempting to make a left hand nother Plant Maintenance$60,000, a
,Terrell of Starke barely escaped veling north. on the Graham escaped with only minor InJuries turn onto an unmarked dirt Jump.
afternoon Terrell was rushed to the Tuesday afternoon following !- road.
Instant death Monday -
Road In 1966 Ford pick-up Auxiliary
Bradford County Hospital before The resulting collslon caused
a wreck on BrownleeRd.
as he drove a ranch head-on into
when he crashed $200,800 an
being taken to Alachua $1,200 damage to the Mack vehIcle
owned by the Florida westbound 2.5 miles west of Starke.
wagon the second engine of a ly 60000. This
General Hospital. Burnett said and $1,100 damage to the 4)m
Pest Control Into the side of
freight at the crossing to" 000 for
west bound Southern freight that Terrell is now listed in According Trooper Bur- Davis car.Gloria .
a train. east of Graham. satisfactory condition. nett, Mrs. Mack was travelIng Mack was taken to BCH $102,800 for food
west on SR-229 when she with minor Injuries where she Budget 1 Income
Trooper Burnett estimated Terrell was charged with turned in front of a 1971 Oldsmobile was treated and released. She primarily from
According to Trooper S.P. Terrell's speed at between 55 fallliig to maintain his vehicle driven by Dorsey Davis was charged with falling to sources totaling
Burnett of the Florida High and 65 mph. Only 65 feet of under control. of Starke. Mrs. Mack was yield right-of-way. lion, federal
$30,000 and
T 495886.
Federal funds
". ;, lower than last
Man Drowns er children being
the schools with 1
are employed by
'! government.
". Budget B. debt
Hit : tals $463,286 for

Daughter rts; r wI I r ry pared This goes to $400,951 to

ious school board 1 .
k In the budget $
.... 9'
By Boat PropA ,. marked to pay
.,' "... 1 vious bond Issues ; ( -
.. I, to bond payment. )

Budget m,
Cincinnati man drownedand to 20 feet deep. Cummings' ments, nearly
his 11-year-old daughter body was recovered by a diver jumped from $ ,
suffered cuts In a boating accident around 7:30: p.m. Cummings to $445.850 this
: Monday on Santa Fe Lake half of this budget )
near Bamhllls Fish Camp. (See Page 4)) fD for the completion H
r *! phase of the -
According to Deputy Robert More than $ ,
G. Green of the Bradford Coun War the Forest Hills
William BeginsOn
QSherUra Department upon completion : : -
C. Cummings 47, of Cincinnati phase. Another $
and his two daughters, Mosquitoes to the Brown -
Janice 11, and Brenda, 13,were upon completion .
pleasure boating about 5 p.m. Making war on mosquito and high school: it
when the accident occured.
bugs for the 12th straight year, $86,200 I Is ,-
Green said that he learned tte Bradford Mosquito Control tal Improvement ( )
Cummings was pulling Rich- unit began Its summer sprayIng will come out of ; -
ard lies of Hollywood Fla. on program last Thursday,according operating budget.
a raft with a 16-foot fiberglass to Sanitarian Jack rawick. of these funds -
boat when the boy slipped off. four new school
As Cummings turned the boat Recent rains brought out mosquitoes cost $7,000 each.
around to pick up lies, he lost Trawlck said, and 000 will co to ,
control of the boat and both spraying Is now being carriedon ect.)
he and his two daughters were' five nights per week on a
thrown outThe regular basis and more whennecessary. Budget IV, -
grams fund Is set
depuQsaid Cummings and The mosquito control unit was Possession Is 9/10... compared to 128,000 .
apparently panicked In Lawtoy and part of Starke This goes to
The boat remained
drowned. si programs and
Tuesday night In Hampton and I
upright! and running' out of con Graham Monday night, and In "Ifs not who won the game, but who's got the trophy that counts: ," says Frank plies in certain
trol. It circled over Janice, Brooker Saturday night. Re- Williams and Gene Long. proved by the -
cutting her left arm and leg mainder of the spraying has The city; had won the trophy In the CIQCOUIIQaoltball game, but Frank Williams. ment.
and Iter right leg. been done In rural areas of stole It from City; Hall Wednesday. ,
Brenda managed to get back the county.Trawlck: ; The city; returned the practical Joke by Issuing warrant from Frank ".LonLoyuRambler" Largest portion "
Into the) moving boat and shutoff said that sporadic Williams on a charge of grand larceny and petit larceny.But get goes a
the motor, Green said. spraying had been done prior then the city fathers made the mistake of letting Williams out of Jail tor an hour project CESEA .
The accident happened Inall to Thursday In Isolated area to fetch the trophy. They haven't seen him since.
(See Page )
area where the water It 16 when complaints were made. ( )


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.. admittances to Brad-
I Local
t Parties Given
Hospital this week
_._..._ I : For Miss Wiggins Include James D. Ricks Mrs.
(!)-Ig t M i And Mr. Nichols Elminey Smith, Mrs. Clean
.. -- ( Reagan, Mrs. Thelma Wise.
Mrs. Bertha Pentecost, Elliot
iI : t Miss Susan Wiggins and Philip Westfall Mrs. Francis Garrett -
vf j Nichols who will be mar- Mrs. Floyd Sullivan, Mrs.

WOM&NGladys :? ried on July 30, were honoredat Sarah Fulghum and Mrs. Phoebe -
/ two parties In the past week. ', Bakken, Starke; Mrs. Lot
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews 5 L. Limy Falford; Lambert
gave a cookout last Thursday Bailey Hampton; Mrs. Wllll
evening for the couple at their .N L. McGetgh, Keystone Heights;
Mooty Society Editor, 964.7608 home on Edward's Road. Mrs. Alma Biggs, Lawtoy; and
"'* The three buffet tables were Mrs. Ada Howell, Lake Butler.
c covered with white cloths and
j held fruit arrangements. Atone Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williamsand
Reception Given '; li end of one table was a large family of Dallas, Texas
For New Residents : ; watermelon shell filled with were Thursday overnight guest*
-- BHBBBm rW. ... mEuVt.mm, fruit balls. The guests ate at v of Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Hill
At Hursf HomeMr. Individual tables set up on the at Kingsley Lake.
lUre and Alta Odom AccontjtanyTlie lawn. r I r 'a .. "_ 0
Edward After the cookout the guests
Il and Mrs.
'' F l lf linger recently married, were Doyle Conner on Tour went Into the Andrews home check PEEK-A out-DOO for summer- Hotpants In a Rev.Thomas John Flynn are serving and Herbert as-
honored Sunday afternoon with[ where the honored couple were
pint-size version. Peek- In
a Weed
a get-acquainted reception given Mr. and Mrs Odom presented gifts from the guests. counselors at Camp
J.D. and the Kremlin and Lenin's boo coverage Is provided in this week.
( by Mr. and Mrs. E.D. right), of Starke are accompanying Tomb >In Moscow. A focal point In the living room a maxi-length cotton dress St, Theresa
Tenly Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Commissioner and This will be the fifth agri- was a gold cupid holding eight of sugar plum stripes. Rickrack -
,, : Tenly, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mrs. Doyle Conner (right)and cultural goodwill tour Conner yellow white and lavender or- outlines the dress, and a Gary Hamilton who Is workIng -
Hurst the home of the latter In Tampa this summer was
at 67 other prominent Floridians chids.
4 has conducted and Is a returnto checked sash ties It all to
+1+ on Searing Street. on a 1971 agriculture goodwilltour Russia which was visited on The hosts presented the cou- gether. By Joni J of Dallas. home for the weekend
,t Guests were greeted at the of Russia and six other a previous tour. Other tours ple with a personal gift as a
\ door by Mrs. Hurst. Mrs. Ed European countries. They will have been to Australia, Africa memento of the occasion.Mr. .. I
Tenly introduced them to the return August. and South America. The tours
'.\ l' jI honored couple. [Introducing During the tour the group are held every two years. and Mrs. A.Russell Nor- SUMMER SAVINGSPOLYESTER
\ Rev and Mrs. Hugh Waltersand will visit research centers Tour participants pay their man entertained at their homeon
Id Mrs. Edward R Iplinger Sr. farms dairies and agri- own way, Including Conner. No E. Call Street Saturday night ..
parents of the young couple cultural colleges with the tour state funds are used. for Miss Wiggins and Mr. Ni- r -
I I was Mrs. Charles Darby. group Sightseeing Is IncludedIn chols. .,
Inviting the guests to the tea the Itinerary, with visits to Mr. and Mrs. Norman greeted -
:' \ : table was Ms e. Vernon Silcox.[ such attractions as Tlvoll Gar- Reception GivenA guests at the door and presented f--
.. !' '< The table was covered with an dens In Stockholm, the har- them to Miss Wiggins
.., It, : .... 6 j ,;', avacado lace cloth over pink bor with the famous Little Mer- t Pine Level Mr. Nichols, Mr. and Mrs.Orle
lft;. /1 N.>> "I and was centered with a large maid statue In Copenhagen,, a Wreck VictimsThe Wiggins, parents of the bride- YARD
- _. .. cascade arrangement of pink collective farm near Leningrad For to-be, and Mrs. Myrtlce
*nd red roses In a tall antique Nichols, mother of the groom- 88 $. 88
silver urn, which was balanced OES NoticeStarke Ladles Adult Bible class to-be. $3
Glenda Adams, day, July 10, at 7:30: p.m. !In with silver candelabra holding of Pine Level Baptist Church Guests were Invited Into the Double Knit .
the Church of Cod with Rev. burning pin k tapers. Other arrangements gave a surprise reception Sunday Florida room where refreshments
Weds Mr Martin Y.W. Kldd ot clatlng. of sweetheart roses Chapter Order of the night after evening ser were served from a table
Eastern Star
will have
The bride was given In marriage and mixed summer flowers a vice for the four students and covered with a white linen LIGHTWEIGHT YARD
In Church of God by Gerald Crawford Sr. were placed throughout the party covered dish supper Satur- Rev. John Strickland who have and lace cloth, centered with an
and was attended by Miss Lin- ; rooms. Pouring punch from day night at 7 o'clock In the all returned home after an auto arrangment of lavender and pink
Miss Glenda Adams, granddaughter da Crawford as maid of honor. one end of the tea table were Masonic hall The Masons and mobile accident on May 11 in crepe myrtle and dahlias in a KNIT$29J
of Mrs. R.A. Nettles Misses Judy and Paula Young, Miss Sherry Rlplinger. slater their families are Invited to Montgomery,.. Ala. The four silver epergne, flanked by silver
Sr.. and Donald W. M nUn. sisters of the bride, served of Mr. KIpIlnger, and Mrs. attend students are Charlotte White- candelabra holding tall pink
son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald. as bridesmaids. Miss Kathy Sonny Tenly. Assisting guests head, Susan Faulkner Gloria tapers. On one side of the table -
Martin all of Starke. were Martin served as flower girl In the dining room were Mrs. / Crews TIa Thornton,and Danny was a sliver punch bowl,and PERMA PRESS YARD
united In marriage on Satur- Edwin Sanders served as J.T. Prevail Mrs. Marlon WigginsNicholsMiss Ricks.A on the other side was a cake
best man. Larry and Greg Payne and Mrs. William ]Haas. social hour and refresh decorated with pink and lavender 99
Martin, brothers of the groom Pouring punch In the family Susan Wiggins and Phi menu'were enjoyed. $
e were ushers. Terry Martin room was Miss Lou Ann Thomas lip Nichols will be united !In Mr. and Mrs. John Greene )
also brother of the groom, was Floor hostesses were marriage Friday, July 30, at Mr. and Mrs.T.B.Harding, Mr. Dotted Swiss
ring-bearer. Mrs. Frank Mitchell, Mrs.Mit- 8 p.m. In the First Baptist Jeffrey Shaw Has and Mrs. James Crosby, Mrs.
Following the ceremony, a chell Evans, Mrs. Mildred Cut- Church with a reception following Birthday Party S.L. Peek Jr. and Mrs. W.B. YARD
reception was held In the church tino, Mrs. J.E. Hardy and In the church annex. Mundy assisted in serving.
annex with Miss Patricia: Craw Mrs. R.A. Colson. Others assisting All friends and relatives are ..Miss Wiggins and Mr. Nichols -
,--w ti ford and Mrs. Peggy Locke In caring for the guests Invited to attend. Jeffrey Shaw celebrated Ms were presented a book $
serving were Misses Linda Haas, June seventh birthday Friday afternoon from their hoots Miss Wiggins Fancy Demin ))59
r Hardy and Kitty Hazen.Approximately July 16, when his parents Mrs. Wiggins and Mrs.
200 guests Mr and Mrs.Lamar Shaw. Nichols with
were presented
c ct cu Barbecue SupperFor called between the party hours Beta Sigma Phi gave a party for him on their corsages. Mrs. Don Neel, sister YARD

t of 3 and 5:30: o'clock. dock at KIngsley Lake. of the bride and the other Printed Voile
Optometrists decorated with
Members of Beta Sigma Phi The dock was AWhipped
Mrs. Norman
The Rlpllngers are making assisting o
sorority and their families are red white and blue streamers
their home on West Madison were also presented corsages
,4 ct Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whlffen Invited to an ice-cream "social and balloons and a nautical decoration Cream
is the
Street. Mrs. Rlplinger Approximately guests {
+ were hosts to the North Cen- niece of Mrs. E.D. Tenly sr and swim party Sunday, July topped the birthday were Invited to call during the V
r tral Florida Optometric Soc- and will be teaching first grade 25, at 3 p.m. at the home of cake. appointed hours.
iety and their wives at a bar- this fall. Mr. Rlplinger Is the Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cox on The 12 youngsters enjoyed Polyester Print VALUE $2.93

becue party Saturday after- local representative for the Bedford Lake, near Keystone games, swim races thenparty
noon and evening at their summer l freshments during
home on Klngsley Lake. Farm Bureau. Heights. hours. Buzzy Costello is recuperating

NormanNormonEngagement Swimming, boating, skiing and t at home from head accident Injuries In Prints & Blends
---- following a surfing
t ping pong were enjoyed by the Warren-Akers Miss/ Mixon/ Weds
I 10 guests and the barbecue sup .- Date/ Is Set and knee ;.Injuries{ received In .. ") ? < .
per was served on the patio Mr. Nelson in ; ''a motorcycle aceHent Sunday\ ',',. fI"7'4.
Mr and Mrs. Marklee J.' overlooking the lake. fl RECe:..S1:19: YARD NC'.V';' *
Norman of Hampton announcethe ? Miss Robyn Warren and Roger Home CeremonyThe ,.:F qW afternoon. t
engagement and approachIng Akers will be united in
marriage of their daughter BROWN FAMILY marriage Friday July 23, at garden at the homo of .. Mr. and Mrs. T.B. HardingJr. [
Cheryl Elaine, to Daniel L. PLANS REUNION 8 p.m. at the home of the br de- Mrs. E.M. Davis was the setting and family of Odenton Md. Fashion Fabrics
Norman Jr., son of Mrs. Beu- to-be's parents Mr, and Mrs. for the marriage of her 4 are visiting their parents, Mr.'
lah Norman and the late Lea- The annual Brown Family reunion J.D. Warren, 706 W. Pratt granddaughter, Inez Elizabeth ;i and Mrs. Harding Sr. and Mr.
mon Normon of Lawtey. will be held Sunday, July Street, with a reception following Mixon, daughter of John H.Mlxon { and Mrs. J.T. Lawson this
The wedding will take placeat 25, at the Worthington Springs at the Warren home. and the late Mrs. M1. ? week. They will leave their 114 W. Call St.
8 p.m. on Thursday,-Aug.19, Club House on Road 121. All All friends and relatives are xon, to Michael Lee :Nelson three children with their grandparents -
at Reynolds Chapel, Camp members, family and friends Invited to attend of Gainesville, son of Mr. and ,rrk for the remainder of Starke Florida
Blandlng. A reception will be of the late Jake and Lou Brown Mrs. Lloyd =Nelson" of Balfour, b the summer

held at the Officers Club fol are cordially Invited to attend N.C. on Wednesday, July 14,
lowing the ceremony. All A basket dinner will be spread VR. Ferguson was a medi- at 3 p.m. Rev. Frank J. Couch-
friends and relatives are t Invited at the noon hour. -- Raymond cal patient In Riverside Hospital nour of Gainesville performed
H Open Weekdays
to attend. town over the weekend. the nuptials in the presence of
the Immediate families and a / Saturday
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few close friends. 1 Sunday 1.6

LOHIDAL The couple repeated their
SUMMER VALUES vows In front of an arch
"" flanked by baskets of gladioli GamblePageEngagement
P EST chrysanthemums and asters against t

Peach Tree a background of garden
\ VONTROl flowers and potted plants
ti and Mrs. Hermon E.
Michael Hanks of Keystone Mr.
'' SPECIAL 2.98 'V A CMUMUl CO.Camellias lleighUl soloist, gave a pro Gamble of the State Farm announce -
nuptial music. the engagement and approaching

_, ......qY r.1. Guy R. Haddock served as marriage of their

_______ 4 rt________ 5.39 best man. daughter Sandra Melessa, to
""'! ... Mrs. Haddock attended her Terry Ray Page, USN, son of
1 1.59 sister as matron of honor. She Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Pageof
n I K Podcarpus _______ 2 n.Pyracflnthfl _______ wore a long princess style dark DesMolnes, tows
: blue gown with white wallpaper The wedding will take place '
4-- r$ f% '
1.39Pittis stripes and puffed sleeves. She Friday, August 13, at 8 p.m. in tc
------ 3 ft. ________ carried one long-stemmed red the North Side Baptist Church
rose tied with red ribbons and with a reception at the State
79* fern Farm Club House. :I
Porum.3 ft. ________
The bride, given in marriageby The bride-elect Is a 1971 graduate -
her father, wore a long of BHS. "'
tiered eyelet gown enhanced Mr. Page Is assigned to the
Time To Fertilize Naiv D-C ON with embroidery and lace with USS Albany based at !Mayport. YOUR
empire waist and bell sleeves. All friends and relatives are

Ib. With Minors MEAL Her only ornament was silver Invited to attend the weddingand CHOICE'I? .
50 antique heirloom pendant with reception.

100% Organic 6-6-6 2.47 OR : pearls and a white hand-carved
cross on a long chain. She worea
satin bow In her hair and
PE EGrorvtone > :
50 Ib. carried a bouquet white carnations -
and pompoms centered
Pellets 3.39 Reg. $1.85 1 Ib. : with a red rose ""_. ,
An Informal reception was t
held In the Davis home where New ArrivalsBradford it
z5''Ib.Growtone. : baskets of gladioli and chry-
NOW..1.47DO 1 santhemums were used In decorating -
Azalea : Over the bride's table -
a silver cross with County Hospital announces -
two Interlocking rings hung the following births: t
IT YOURSELF HOME I PEST CONTROL 1.98NOW..1.77 from the chandelier. Mr. and Mrs. Roland James ,
Reg. The bride's table was covered Henderson Starke a daughter.
with an ecru lace cloth and Rebecca Spurrier July 15. P
centered with three-tiered Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Little Never before has such a
t / / wedding cake decorated with ton Rehberg Starke a son collection famous/ designer
blue roses Mrs Haddock cut Douglas Encll July 16. wigs been offered to you at
the cake. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wayne s: such a low low price':
: +, AUTOMATIC FOGGER Mrs. Jeffrey Novak presided PIttman, Lake Butler a son
Reg. 3.98 at the punch bowl at a table Robert Wayne July 16.
covered with a white embroidered -
FIMIUTIN ICTIM WT Ult UlMMHS. Miss Susan Nelson kept thebrlde'l THE BRADFORD
,in.,run IN nets. NOW..3.47: book and assisting the
COUNTY TELEGRAPHPublished Beautiful wash 'n
wear dynel)
serving were Mrs. Eva Anderson -
__._ 4
r.rnsawnn 4 and Miss Mayme Anderson. every 11Iunda modacryhc in elegant styles }for M'

MONEV-IACK GUARANTEE .I US W. Call 8 WI8tarlle. Lady! Be a blond, brunette or have
After a wedding trip to the
4 Smoky Mountains the couple Florida 3201Sccoad the frosted look-they're all yours &

: will restd at 504 NE 5th Ave.. other exciting shades too.
class paid
Garden N Gainesville after August 8.
ursery : The bride 1 11 a 1971 graduateof a' SUrke. Florida
VjOIIDA t1 t ", j BHS where she was an honor SabMripUon Batell HURRY IN! LIMITED QUANTITIES ---

tdl student and received a scholar
;-:; \\. : ship !. trade area: IS." per

a ;< { The groom Is a graduate of year; W.7S sU m.>.... QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN LOW CD
539 E. CeliL( AND PET SUPPLIES \ Hendersonvllle High School N. Outside trade area ItJper ;/ PRICES
C. and Is employed at the Medical year j 13.00". month c.in
Ph.". 9643747 Center In Gainesville. ,,,+,



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Mr. and Mr. Clyde Shep- r
pard of Erwin N.C. were Sat-
r----------------- urday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. h
George Sapp.

Mra. A.G. Loudon Jr. anc
Robbie Shaller visitor
Mrs. Joseph Pepe of Miami Mr. and Mrs. John Deas and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Mr Mrs.. Ogden Bates In Jacksonville
and Mr. and Mrs. Rube Bee- daughter Martha, of Lake City Williams were in Newnan, Ga. Monday.Mr. .
cher of Lyons, Ca. were weekend and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hayesof over the weekend visiting Mr.
guests of Mr and Mrs. El Paso,Texas were weekend and Mrs. Yancey S. Williams. and Mrs. Tom Southweland
Lamar Shaw. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Donnie and Thomas Williams Mrs and Mrs. C.D. Wl|.
Hayes. returned to Starke with them Hams of Jacksonville attendei.
Rev. and Mrs. Don Dentonof for a visit. the funeral of Frank Hemming-
Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. P.D. Fancher Jr. was Sr. on Sunday. f
John Dempsey of Starke and Sunday dinner guests of Mr. AE/l and Mrs. B.J. Millsof way
their children are spending this and Mrs. Fancher JH In Galnes- Brunswick Ga. were Sun- Mrs. W.F. Herlong of Starke
week at the James Blackshear 'vllle. day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Corlne Purvis, Gaines.
home on Klngsley Lake. Roy Cletnons. villei and Mrs. Addle Wheeler
Neva Jane Flynn] and Diane Orlando attended the funera 1 y
Mrs. Ovid Bennett and daughter Crew are attending Girl Scout Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper of their brother Willie A. Lay-
Karen, of Jacksonville Camp Chowenwaw In Green visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Coo- Held, In Fort White last Thurs w
spent the weekend with her Cove Springs for two weeks. per and family In Yankeetown : 1\
mother, Mrs. F.J. Shaw, and and Mrs. Ada Barber In Cross day.Mr. iflI Life Acid
or Liberty
family. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green City Thursday.Mrs. and Mrs. J. B. Burnhanof ,
and family and .J.H.Fields were weekend visitors P
Mrs. Wheeler Noun of Jack- J.D. Warren and Largo I
daugh- Pearl [TIle Pursuit Of.
spent last week at the MerrltJ of Mrs. Edwards. e Y ..
sonville was the weekend guest ter, Mrs.Preston Guthrie,visi- .
cottage on Bedford Lake.
of Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Mrs. ted Mrs. Warren's mother,
Mrs. W.E.
and Tilley
J.W. KIncaid. Mrs. C.W. Dye, In Spencer W. Mr. Independence Day
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Douglasand Va. last visited Mr. and Mrs. Dewey BARGAINSBaldwin
son have moved Into Mrs. week. Warren In Brunswick Ga. over King and Queen
L.L. Conner returned last Eollne Smith's upstairs a- the weekend.
Friday after weeks Mrs. B.C. Mclntyre and family
a seven ;
partment on N. Walnut Street. Mon- Their Royal Hlghn....., ruler of the First Annual
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Loren Mr. Douglas will enter the of Pont Vedra spent Miss Jayne Han of Atlanta
Conner and Mr. and Mrs. University; of Florida In Sept day with her parents, Mr. and and Mrs. Gene Ivey of Dallas, Independence Day King and Queen contest, are pictured Chevrolet Olds
Charles Schaffer In Atlanta. ember. Mrs. J.H. DuPre. Kevin Texas will arrive this week- at the recent July 5 celebration sponsored by the Junior
and Scott DuPre remained with end for a visit with their parents ) and Senior Women's Clubs at the Bradford County Fairground Now Has A Few More
Larry David Andrews and RIchard Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Til- their grandparents for several Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy
Kirkland are attendingthe ley of Hollywood spent the days. Mr. Ivey will Join the family *. Queen Lisa Marl Lawton tlx-year-old daughter
Catorland Music Clinic at weekend with their oarenta.Mr. next week. of Mr. and Mrs. David Lowson, and King Devln Johns, Good Clean OK Used
the University of Florida this and Mrs J.G. Jackson, and ,
week Mrs. Effle Spellman of son of Mr*. Linda Kay John, all of Starke, ore the reigning
representing BUS. Mr. and Mrs. Robbie
Shaller. Is spending two weeks and Debra Furlong of
Augustine BUI
Mrs. Tllley U attending a with: her granddaughter, Miss Valdosta, Ga. are spending ten monarchs. (Photo by Danny's Photography' ) Cars And Almost All Of
LTC and Mrs, V.J. Speng- Western Electric school In Norma Canova, and vlaltlngherdaughter with their ----------
days grandmother --------------------
ler visited their"soninlaw and Jacksonville for two weeks. Mrs. Gladys Canova, Mrs. V.V. Hazen. Mrs Everett Abrams of 'h Are Air Conditioned.
Mrs. Graham
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph In Bradford County Hospital.Mr. Spurrier of < m
Dillion, Orlando U the guest this week
Bettis In St. Augustine S.C. Is visiting her
Sunday. S/Sgt. Norman Rigdon and Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Woods son-in-law and daughter, Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. George K.
Seymour Johnson AFB, N.C. and Mrs. Cecil Padgettand of Brunswick Ga. were week- and Mrs. Roland Henderson, Bennett at Kings ley Lake. Mr. Just Look At ThesJT
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwin spent the weekend with his wife, son of highs were week- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. an baby daughter for two Abrams will Join them over the S
of Arcadia and Mr..and Mrs. Mrs. Rigdon, and Mr. and Mrs. end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson. weeks. weekend. JHHII UHBBBHRBBBHI HHHBiBHBBii i BHHH
W.G. Godwin of Chagrin Falls, George W. Brown. C.L. Cooper. The Coopers also -
Ohio and their children spent had as Sunday guests Mr. 1971 Chevrolet Caprice
the weekend here with rela- Mrs. Ruth Reid and Mrs. 01- and Mrs. Ernest Lord of Cross
abel Baeley of Atlanta were City, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lee of Open Weekdays 9-6
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tives.Mr. New Smyrna Beach, and Mr.
weekend guests of Mrs. Eo- 9-7 Coupeower
and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin and Mrs. Marley Griffis of Saturday
Jr. were in Atlanta Tuesday to llne Smith. Sunday 1-

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-Asked that Clerk Gib Brown 'Guards ,Officers
Drowning.. Hearings Delayed .
Finances Hurt request that Public Defender ,
K.A. CBuzzy) Green be present

tonight to explain his $2,000 (From Pg. 1))

buriimt I""IWI**. Green Is ask Hearing on the appeal of dad. They also ask that the The Governor also sent Sta..
ing $6,500 for 1971. was pronounced dead on arrival three officer and seven guard charge be purged from their Attorney Ed Austin of Jacksonville -

at the Bradford County impended on charge of using personnel record to Ralford to determine
-Okayed lzoo
Gas Costs a 'I increasefor
By Rising the county clerk's office. Hospital.The "excessive physical force" a" Jacksonville attorney Edward if criminal charge' should be
Injured girl was takento gainst Inmates during a series
The Increase will go mainly Booth representing\ all except brought against either the staff
the Gaineivllle Medical Center of disturbances: last
for a five per cent pay increase Februaryat MaJ. 1C. McKenzie chief custodial member or the Inmate. The,
to employees, Clerk for treatment. the Raitord StateBevel officer: requested that Duval County grand Jury I* now
Green Mid the family was may be delayed
Brown stated. His 1971 budget the commUsfon: schedule the considering the matter.At .
will total visiting the Victor Hagglunds County grand Jury Investigation hearing in Starke where he least 74 Inmate and four
Rising price. the City of larger engine goes out. He proposes city will receive about $36,000 $39,200 including the lake. Is completed.
Starke pays for natural) gas to the city wait to see If In new state funds after the a $5.000 anticipated Increase on A late Augiut or early Sep- said most of the witnesses are guards were injured during with
run Its plant have caused an emergency arises, then utilize first of the year $20,900 in in fees paid the office. tember date Thessuspmdedpersonnelhavedemanded disturbances which began
power now seem likely
Fiscal Agent Harvey llennon the hookup the city has new gas tax revenueandIS,000 -Approved $890 of a $1,135 for the hearing a food and work strike on the
to re-evaluate the city' financial negotiated with Florida Power from new cigarette tax revenue increase asked for the county All 10 suspended men.lnclud- name of their accusers part of the inmate
position for a new bond and Light. library, bringing the library's Cutting ing Assistant a* well a* a specific:
issue.llennon. Engineers operate on the basic 1971 budget to$18,000. SuperintendentRobert list of Incident and charge, A supporter of Jegallsed
V. Turner have denied
claiming the accusations gambling be doesnl
of firm power, meaning are says see
at the City
Council meeting Tuesday night maintaining enough kilowatt; in -Approved a $14,773 budgetfor charge *nd have appealedto too vague to defend. They were why It should b* the only vice

to explain his new position to reserve. so the. plant can continue eL. County Agent Bobby Tay Injures mission the Career in Tallahassee Service Com- suspended, three for 30 days, that doesn't pay Its share of
the Council. to supply, full demand County Budg lor after cutting $3,000 which accrued for pay and the rest for 20 days on the school expenlss.e .

llennon said he will study without its largest engine. In would have been the countv's Sailor credit for vacation the suspension and leave order of dov. Reubln Askew. 4.

the situation further and, pending / Starke that means without the (From Pg. 1)) contribution to an assistant JIIr-
further figures on natural 1,750 Worthington engine. county agent The budget is
gas costs he expects to receive Should the big Worthington appreciably lower than 1971's RESOLUTION
from Clerk Merrill Edwards have to be taken off the line "Somewhere along the line $19,564, due primarily to that
will make a written report at !it would cut the plant's capacity we're going to have to get off cut and because Taylor's salary Eighteen-year-old Jerry Lee Pursuant to tht proviion( at' Section U1.I 0 rtorida Stabile, 1910,
a later date. from 7,400 KW to around the train." But Shuford pushedfor as a new county agent, of Starke Is free on $2,500 notice i* htrttn/ / glues/ flat a public hearing hall be held/ by tile
"1 am not In a position to 5,640 KW. Peak demand this approval of the $18.000 request is lower than that of recently bond following a knife fight ttradiord County Board Off rubric tnttructien on Tltuttdan" Jala 29,
the city can go Into summer is hitting above 5,300 from Jones. retired George Muggins. in which a sailor was seriously 1111 at the hour of liOO P.M. in theil otticet at StMkt. flor.Ua.
ring) now," he KW. It has been predicted the injured. ion tht/ puipott of AUcuttiitq "with tht citizen* o< tht county! the
.ta ted. city's peak demand will near Also considerd at length was -Approved a $14,971 According to Patrolman Pat propoted '*choot budget o< aid county Sea< the requestfor
Several months ago llennon 6,000 KW by next summer If Sanitarian Jack Trawlck's request the motor vehicle Inspection Henry of the Starke Police Department 1, 1 1111 and ending June 3D, 1912.

had prepared for sale at the the demand continues to growas for $60,000 to start a station headed by Frank two sailors, Perry
it has in the county wide garbage disposal 21 and Adklna PROWSCP BUDGET 1911-12
council's authorization the past Williams after cutting $16 from Knight George ,
bonds for sale of a $750,000 system. The board decided If the request One MVI employee 20, along with a friend Identified BRltrOKD COUNTY !SCARP Of PI/GIIC/ HBTTUCTZfVItUDfifT :
to $1.125,000 Issue He had been The city however. has 1,500 the project will not be Includedin received a five per cent salary as Ray Moody 25, en-
KW in reserve in the form of Its present budget planning tered Iron Restaurant
holding the bonds for a favor- increase, but the other the Branding I fPEKATlM
able Interest rate and pending the hook-up with Florida Power did not because he has recently Saturday night July 10,
the go-ahead from. the council. & Light which cost 10000. but will be pursued with the received a pay raise. in a disorderly manner. Anticipated Receipt July I, J91'-Junll' 30, 1911 Anticipated: expenditure JuC<:!, t,1971; '-Junc 30.1912
Councilman Jimmy McRae idea of charging a fee by the -Approved Its annual $10,000 The patrolman said Lee later -
But In the meantime, natural claimed Tuesday: night he._. household and making the system payment to the Bradford County entered the restaurant and federal SOMeu '30,000 30,000 Suttenioidt tttmtnittraUen 12,153 12,151
"perturbed" about an article supporting. Perry Knight began giving Lee
gas rates have doubled,cost Development Authority.
ing the city thousands of unexpected In the July 15 edition of The Commissioner Bryan thoughtthe "a lot of lip." As Lee approached State SoUIICU l"tJtucUo'lIFP '
dollars, and changing Telegraph which he said gives Chairman Shuford indicated commission should have Perry the sailor 2,271,273 PJUt6.aio,1Il r/lil.40llllet/ 2,Coil,02-.
the financial picture."It the idea the council won't utilize emphatically he will not sup- more control over how the donation pulled out a knife and attempted Actin sar Bonds 1,011 Secbl. Chlticllt I 150,197'
looks like I ain't going ] the FPL hook-up and "is. port the,project is its financing :- is spent. But Chairman to stab Lee with It. Lee Racing CO'IIII. F.tnd6' U0,161" Tntboou UII9.
to get my Job done tonight" In dire need of a new engine." Is placed solely on those Shuford stated that "withouta then took the knife from Per- Tutboo/u/ ft9 urrUu!: Eq''"p.6 ?lat.! 70.00 2.U,2J4
McRae asked Power Plant and cut the sailor with his OUlleM Education 2,524
It doubt its been ry
said Councilman Noegel
Billy Grau- who pay advalorem taxes. an asset to State UcnU raga 2,500 Cp/lll4UI'II/ os rtnntSalto
apparently In reference to an Superintendent George Is anticipated that the fees will the county." own knife Safan..t4 74,000
Tax r.etiJtmnt
[ 107,115
don why he gave such Information Knight was rushed to the
immediate decision to atop consideration utility bills by 10,000
Grau- be collected on AVA Su"plCJltent! + 31.912 2,495,421 neat'
to the newspaper. Gainesville Medical Center with
of a bond issue for
a new engine for the power don said he Just gave the paper power companies. serious body lacerations and 1* StULLea 10.000. 161OOC
two facts as he sees them.A Budget... now listed in satisfactory condition
plant. Noegel suggested In considering the varies bud- FlldJtI1C th4ough StlJ.tll 6geneie6
weeks ago that the 'city stop get requests last Thursday, the In a Jacksonville hospit- School Lunch Aee.t. 100,000 '00,000 4.l"te"/JJlce! 0&& Plant
considering a bond Issue because few minutes later Graudon Commission al.Jerry !:41altiu: UOOO
: (From Paq.1)at )
"every time we open our asked if he should, henceforth Lee was charged! with C'o"tJt4e.t Seltll.icu 16,000
ask the city council before givIng aggravated assault Patrol- UOOO 60,000Locat
mouths It costs us money. -Approved the same .569 by 'thtlt'
out Information."I'd Health Department helping educationally deprived man Henry who explained that So""cu
Noegel said other cities don'thave mills for the County
reserve power enough to like to know It before as In 1970, but the students. of this Lee would have to sign the warrants County CuNllllt 495,116 Aux" f4a4y Se4vlee41nte4e6t :
operate at full capacity if a getting blasted in the paper," same millage is expected to project Foster is Shl in excess Smith of presenteda $91,000. charging Knight becausethe 011 ..Lllllu.o..mtLE... 502.6 T4an6poatatton 91,000
McRae said. give the Health Department patrolman had not seen Foot Seavlae 100ODO
$28,215 in 1971 compared to plan for this project Thursday the fight take place Ray Moody, Health Seltlllcu ....2,100.. 20000
"I don't care who sees the $26,092 this year. Dr. A.Y. night at the board meetIng 25, was charged with carrying ; 'alh 8I1t4llct 34,641 34.641
records at the plant. As far Covington, county health officer and was authorized by the a concealed weapon. Fixed Changes
as I'm concerned its all pub- paid the board what he board. It will use the $91.925 Lee was out on ball at the 1"'uJI4nc/l/ 11,500
lic records," said Councilman to hire eleven new teachers GRA.W TOTAL 3,162,960 l1eUitemw 175,000' 195,50
FLORIDA termed "a courtesy call, sayIng counselor time the fight took place.: Lee
and one to help reduce -
Billy Noeftel. he has been working In the teacher loads. had been charged aggravated Outgoing T4an6Ean4/

blind on his budget because Smith was later named the assault the previous day t.o Cudget H 51,516
At that'point Chairman Nell he still doesn't know what state Friday, July 9. to &tdget TII 104,015 161,591Rt5tAvs
Tucker told Graudon to, henceforth new County vocational direc :
THEATRE funds his department will re- According to Deputy Sheriff
tor. This .Is a new position required -
go through the utilities Dolph Reddish the investigating 29,102 29,702
ceive.Took by the state legislature.Smith's .
committee chairman Councilman no action on Trawlck's officer, Lee alledgedlya.sault-
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Orle Wiggins, before releasing requested $9,423 Increase for pay will be In excess ed three negro male on Wash- GRAND TOTAL 3,162.960
of .
Sunday .J :00 Saturday 1 00 Information. his mosquito control unit, Tra- ington Street Friday afternoon -
other school board actions
In other action Tuesday night wlck la asking for$52,280compared ; recommendedthat : with a drink bottle, a tree limb, CIVGCT! II rEST SEI1VrCE
the Council: to his 1969-70 budgetof Supt. Casey and a pistol.
Friday & Saturday;
Mike Sexton be made the
42857. His major Increase No one was Injured and his Anticipated Rectlpts AUelpated EJtpend.Uu1tuSGE
July 23, 24MIGHTIEST -Agreed to a budget meeting is a request for a new new occupational specialist. bond was set a 1000.
for 7 p.m. next Tuesday, D-5 bulldozer to upgrade land This Is also a new position Lee 1 la scheduled to appear Scads/ Bond PA/IIIW/ 39,000
July 27, at the suggestion of fills. Funds are also Included created by the 1971 legislature. before Judge Theron Yawn !ece..i"U! 64,In r..t/lll'/ I: 11,346Invutments

Chairman Nell Tucker. Clerk for another heavy equipment -The board authorized the Tuesday In Plea Day at County ? ,_" .61,5U '",111 Others/ Coat 450 ,

Merrill no figures Edwards ready.and said won't he have has which mechanic has already and been operator hired purchase froM of the 28 State sections Prison of lockers at- aggravated Court on assault two account of .e -_ __- ..-- ._... 4 ..:JnvP4Anentten. .. rlotP'l., 070J993e1131,11/? / --

:=; PICTUREOF until after the 10th month of their cost of $0(3.06( per section. OL6t4tct One Coeds,. Co"cU ._ 25,000 ._
MOTION but which Is being paid from ..4 "a '
the fiscal year. -Autl1 rlzed Casey to purchase Rectlpta rll-t/lllut/ 1,400
THEM ALL! -Was told bv the clerk the various funds. IH5U6" .d mltt4)l 39,616) ('tl./III./ 50
-Granted Tax Assessor Gene of time THE LITTLE BOY down CII6II CAlallce --.J.EL 40,510 To Ope, / tatLtg (ICo.1) 3,961
$90,000 worth the block (Cash Satance!
Long an advance of $4,873 on certificates. can't understand 4,153 40,510
his new budget because of fees why the Founding Fathers
WALT DISNEY held by the school board. -Authorized Tom Casey to didn ask Walt Disney to design rnUS-iutu 0&& indebtedness
up look Into purchasing bonds to
mart* the country In the first ce-il't' raulIg 25,000
No action was taken however pay for new construction at place. Com.iUioll Fttnda 14,961 r"tllll.t SO.I94
JULES VERNFS on Long's $2,000 budget Increase the high school. Cash 4tallCI 216 'th/lll' / 60
301DRIVEI to 35800. Supt. Casey had told the board Ltveaonent 0.000 755,254 rllllutmnt (lit. end "1971 10,000_ 155,254
-Took no action on Tax Assessor that he wouldn't be able to geta Leaders of a rewlt are
O 0t@rr J.R. Kelly's requested quarter of a million dollars quickly executed la Morecce, lit. urn CAt..caterGecetptaractn3
$4,000 Increase to $37,500. from his new budget for the wlera the burnooie la leaf Bonda '0,000
N -Approved the annual $15,000 second phase of the new high but the shrift Is abort. Commid&Loa.. FUlIfa 31,235 r..t/lllut/ 21,115
payment to the Bradford County school. IlIlIutrtellt 40.000 11,235 f.'tla/lll' / 60
Hospital. iavestrtent !y4. end 191 40.000 1'U5

Show Begins At Sundown
Vouclleu PalabLQF4an -
Friday & Saturday TERWILLEGAR MOTORS FORD TEAM SAYS: .. &idget r 21.351 1,351 ra'I"cll-t! 1I0Udteu pII'v lit.! 21HI 21,3S1

July 23, 24

|.T 231.21 Loan

runaway! !I hilarity) whenDONKHoftS Recelpt&T4mt6feJI

from' &doet r 30,045 P4lncipal: 25,415

i Every .CI1&h SatlJJlce -1.120. 30,165 Il1-t/lllut/ ..!.r.ill 30,165

,'tr a runs down cmJWIr...
GRA.vt'' TOTAL 463,216 463,216
dy qx -


L\ Receipts Anticipated ExfendituiieiBl

thing / Phase, I
CO 8 OS 22.43.53 Brown Construction 4J.314.tS
School Construction fund 100.00 (upon CO"'l'lft" nJt'1'1Iatillg )
I Budget 11.115.15 ,

M 41,314.6t 41,31t.6S


adGI'"l-C1I1.io11 "Rill fa-Tee Center
//li)'iet Education, Bond 224,919.69 Foie4t ,HUU BtMiUng! Co.
raving: Balance "'.93 (upon comptettgnl" 220.W2.-IJ
Cash carrn-over.' 4,631.26
125,099. raving bat. available 119.93

e All '71 Fords at clearance savings 225,099.ft

tHe movteIhc

And we do mean everything! All at low year- 6nadfoM\ lUdillt I School Special Ed '
.._KIRK JAMESDOUGLAS end prices. Even luxurious LTD's and smart entt
MASON willtnfoyfFMMEAH VoW1a Torlnos from our line of boat-selling Special Id. Grant 90000.00 To be corttrtieted 90.000.00

wagons. Pintos, Mavericks, Galaxies, .
pwl LUKAS PETER LORRE vane, all Fords now at the lowest ', 90,900.00 93.03P.OO
prices of the year. Come save now! ,
IIOt.I/4/ ]fUIDfR iWl fUlIJI n TtCIfIIICOlOll'
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.......--- f()!_' UNIVERSAL PICTURE TECHNICOLOR Vccaticnal Imorovenent Expense, <<
Special Slant( 3.236.61 Encumbered/ Manet .L11.JL

Sun., Men., Tues. TMfai*SwM ...by For.. :,'. 5U6.61'

July 25, 26-;] 27, + I! !.N go-go W.e.mmuYrM.peal 3.23S.61

PLUS"DIRTY Capital Improvement (H-ciC.) _. '
Nine h...,. (CpeJi&tini/ ) 16.tOO.09 Ute inrviovenent 8HS/ 5,000.00
GruesomeCurses \ Equipment" (itireivriter! } 11,300.00
'. '. '',fOO.OO furniture' (locker' eta] 10.100.00VFEA
DINGUS matching 12000.00
f Bu.e 14 t 1,0001) 2I.OOO:00:

MAGEE" UP o. Cafeteria Non-Hood at. .4.100.00
= \- -

Sun., Mon., Tv... Fw*LTD... ................ .. -
now M.whUp'i lam JAVl':! TOTAL 445,150.91 445,150.91
July 25, 26, 27 .P'lclTerwillegar -

Prices may never be this low again! CIINSCT, TV COMTRACT PRCCPARAnfleipatid / :
AND So see Terwillegar Motors Ford Team.

Reclp AnUclpated Ep d.u""u

LILA Fund &ttmtce 51,35." ; V Vocational 'PJUt/cu
Motors 51,454
I'ott' Stu..fu
9.629 VocaAonaf Relab,
@fJCJIo / X Rot.d-LD.s RequiredAdm. 1SFA. TLtlt I 9r.9ts, 151.169 AItlt, Reulc' 3,163 1,299

AMtHCAN t NIHMAIH' COLOR.wM 6 1 .... $1.25, 206 West Madison St. Phone 964-7200 Starke, Fla. '. ESEA fsr4 Utie TUle I II,,1'-11 10-1'' lo'a.o 5,321
--- 18 Yr. &Older fr'ot ltl.d" ,
..0-- !711-i1' 9',95' 151,169

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PERSONALS CHURCH NEWS: CHURCH NEWS Mrs. C.R. Crews and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevattand By !Elizabeth Givens; Walker .
John and Scott Bristol Just New River Baptist Church The Methodist Sunday School Robert Carlton and son spent Mr. and Mrs. L.ll. Harper
returned from a two weeks ended a wonderful Revival held Its regular annual picnicat Thursday and Friday with Mr. visited the Jack Harvey family DELL CHAPTER 168A Prayer Meeting.Thursday night the Men's Day celebration All
trip to Chevy-Chase.Md.where meeting last Sunday. Rev. Gene Strickland' landing on and Mrs. Quincy Crews In in Orlando during the week. special OES meeting will the ladles Circle will meet. men are asked to Do their Thing
they visited their uncle and aunt. Keith from Gainesville conducted Kingsley Lake last Thursday ClermonU They also visited Miss Jan Wainwright of Way be held Thursday, July 29, at Mrs. Leola McCutcheon.Chair and make this a successful activity -
Dr. and Mrs. Wilbur Cast.Aunt the services. Also Sunda; afternoon. Swimming was the Bush Gardens In Tampa cross, Ga. and Miss Denise 8 p.m. in the Masonic Hall on man of the Womin's Day Celebration to make ready for the
Mary and Uncle Wilbur took the was New River Baptist Church's first order of the day and a Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Durban of Jacksonville are Brownlee Street, All are askedto is asking all women to building program.SERVICE.
boys sight-seeing In Washington 133rd Annual homecoming.They bountiful picnic supper was en- Eunice and Mrs. Selma Eunice spending the week with their please be present and on meet at the church Saturdayat
D.C. They enjoyed seeing Che all enjoyed dinner together. Joyed by the 66 who attended. were Mr. and Mrs. Phil grandmother, Mrs. T.L. Wainwright time. Business of vital Impor 6 p.m.
Capital the White House, etc. During the Sunday night ser- Grace United Methodist: Sun- Eunice of Graham on Saturdayand Mr. and Mrs. R.C. tance. Women's Day will be observed MEN
The boys found their flrstfllght vices the primaries and Juniors day School 9:45 a.m.; Worship Mrs. T.L. Bary and Julieof Pachtmann of Yokohama, Japan Sunday beginning with Sunday
a thrilling experience. sang hymns and answered services II a.m.; Prayer meetIng Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. called on Miss Elizabeth: Terry CIIURCII ACTIVITIES School at 9:30.: The guest teach
Susan Douglas daughter of bible questions led by Mrs. 8 p.m. Wednesday; Thurs- and Mrs. Albert Davis! Monday Mrs. Kachtrmnn Is the Ebenezer Baptist Church, ers are as follows. Class No.I,
Mr. nd Mrs. Ernest Douglas, Vivian Parker. day choir practice, 7 p.m. and of Fort Myers visited his bro- former Miss Mary Julia F'utch Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Each Elizabeth G, Walker; No.3, Sgt Edward Il. Jackson, son
and David Fussell. son of Mr. Remember Sunday afternoon, MYF 7:30.Church: lIIer-In-lawand sister, Mr.and of Tallahassee. They are visiting Monday night Bible Class. Mrs. W. Brooks: No. 4. Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Blake Jack
and Mrs. A. David Fussell July 25, at 3 p.m. will be of God: Sunday School Mrs. L.P. Rafuse, on Saturdayand Mr. and Mrs. Benton FutchIn Thursday night Prayer Meeting Jewel 1 Cummings No. 5 Miss son of 810 W. Pratt Street.
participated In Mrs. Peggy Dedication Services for the new 10 a.m.I Worship services II Miss Debbie Lovejoy of Starke. Choir one and two will Juanita Griffin; No.6, Mrs. Starke, has Just received his
S atnwix-Hay's presentation to Brooker Baptist Church and a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Gainesville was a weekend Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodge celebrate their anniversary Gloria E. Jackson. The speaker discharge from the U.S. Air
her graduate mathematics educational wing. Everyone U Meeting Family Night Wed- visitor. and sons spent the weekend Friday night August 13. All at II a.m. will be Mrs. Ruth Force after a four year: tour of
course which she Is takingat invited to attend this service. nesday 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Clara Bessent of Newark with Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jonesin members and friends are Johns. Dinner will be servedat duty Sgt. Jackson served a
the University of Florida. Remember those In our community Highland Baptist: Sunday Del. visited her aunt and Bat Cave, N.C. Mrs. Annie invited to cooperate with acti- 1230.: Each::: family Is asked sear in Thailand/ followed! by
This was on Monday, July 12. who are sick and In School 9:45: ; Worship services uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Lee n. Mae Crews accompanied themas vity. Regular service will be to bring a covered box, Rev' /a year In Cam Kahn Bay, Viet
Sunday afternoon, July 18,Mr. the hospital in your prayers: 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Green on Saturday. far as Sumter, S.C. and held Sunday, July 1 1. Visitorsare G.G. Me Author and his congregation nam.
and Mrs. Ernest Douglas and Mrs. Emma Mott, Mrs. Ophelia meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Kelly attended spent the weekend with hereon always welcome. Is scheduled to ren- After a few weeks of rest
family had as their quests, Moore, Bradford Co. Hos- followed by Choir Practice. Homecoming at New Wayne Crews and family. der services at 3 p.m. which and re-newlng old acquaintan
Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Newton. pital; Robin Parrish and Mrs. River Baptist Church on Sun- Two Lawtey students, Patri- will terminate services for Die ces he plans to return to col
Ray, Tommy and Cindy, from Rosa Kelley, Alachua General PERSONALS day. cia Ann Bright and Lawrence day. The public Is Invited to I lege.
Beaufort S.C. Hospital; Lee Parrish and Miss Mr. and Mrs John Morris Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Normanand Ralph Gladieux, will graduate Greater Bethlehem Free attend. dward's brother. ..Jeffre' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hicks and MarcoUna Bartholomey (C Su- of Jackson Ala.spent the week- children, accompanied by from Lake City Community College will Baptist Church, Rev. Jas- Greater Allen Chapel AME proceeded him homo by a cou-
sons enjoyed a trip to the Smo- sue), at home. end with /Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Andy Harvey, have returned in commencement exer- per Williams pastor Each Church, Rev.C.E.Jenkins.Sun ple of months after a four lear
key Mta. for a few days re* Priest and Lamar. from a week's visit (In the cises at 10 a.m. Saturday, July Monday Senior Choir rehearsal day School, 10 a.m. Morning: hitch In the \rm> with a lour
cently. They spent some time Mr. and Mrs. F.T. Redd returned mountains of North Carolina and 31, In the college gym Congratulations Tuesday night Choir No. service at II. Evening service, In Vietnam and has re-entered
with their friends Mr. and Farm Bureau to their home In Macon, Tennessee. ; 3 and Ushers Board No. 2 6 p.m. college and Is present! em-
Mrs. Eddie Smith, in Bakers- Supper Set Ga. after spending two weeks will meet. Wednesday night Plans are In the making for plused at Southern Discount.
ville. N.C.Weekend. here with Mrs. O.J. Philips.Mr. - -
guests of Mr. and For" SaturdayThe and Mrs. Nell Joyner of .e. .. "v<..eeeee Qooeeeoeeof9oeooeoQooo9eeee0oo .. .. .
Mrs.'Ned Hicks, July 9-11 were: Starke was a Sunday visitor. .
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Russ from quarterly meeting of the Mrs. A.C. Pearce was Sun- e
Apopka, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bradford County Farm Bureau day dinner guest of Mr. and
Wilson and family from Albany will be held in the Lawtey Mrs. Walton Sapp and LeslieIn !
Ga. Both of these families Elementary School cafeteria Jacksonville. Join The Carrier Comfort Parade I
attended the Atkinson fam- Saturday, July 24, at o'clock.. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor- ,
ily reunion. Other week-end There will be an interesting man spent last week In the
guests of the Hicks.' Included: program on "Home Safety" mountains of N.C. and TeM .
Mrs. Eunice Dozier and daugh- presented by a representativeof Mr. and Mrs. James Smith .
ter, Mrs. Louise Cooper and the State Farm Bureau. and children of Mobile Ala. e
her daughter Dawn, from An- Chicken pilau will be fea- and her grandmother, Mrs.Cecil .
dalusia, Ala. tured on the menu, and each Brown of Birmingham, Ala. -f e
Plenty Hicks returnd home family attending Is asked to are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed- e
with his grandparents, Mr. and bring a covered dish of veget- ward Kaiser. Mrs. Brown is .
Mrs. Buddy Russ, in Apopkafor able, salad, or dessert. Mrs. Kaiser's mother. de
a week. Ills parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Denmark and t e
and Mrs. Ned (Hicks, and l.arrywent children of Jacksonville visi- .
to Apopka after Plenty NORTHSIDS BAPTIST ted Mrs. Lois Carter on Sun- .
last weekend. CHURCH .
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Polk of Sunday School 9:45, Sunday: and Mrs Perry Price a ev
Gainesville visited Mr. and Morning Worship II. Sunday were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. .
Mrs. Ned Hicks and family Evening Worship 7:30.: Wed- J. Andrews and family on Sun- .
last Sunday night. nesday Evening, 7:30.: day.Miss .
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Edwardsand Wayne Wells, Pastor Cindy Duck has returned ---- .
family of Lake City were after visiting friends and relatives .
visiting Gene's parents and In Kentucky and Tenn- .
family Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A //nllicr/ IJf// boas/ any Edwards, and daughters, last 'has on open/ marl/ mi' bcarils Mrs. Thomas J. Duck Is ,
Sunday afternoon. He adonis "Ilicij lank great spending some time In Colum- N eS
on somebody\ ('!hc's lOll bus, Ga. with her mother, Mrs. .

..---...--..._-. ............. .-.-.... .-.--.. ............ ...... .................-.. ...... ...... -...... -...... -...... .-.-.... -.-..... ........... Vera Mr.Brookins and Mrs., who'Paul Is very DInkins ilL .

and David of St. Augustine were %
visiting their respective parents e
Mr. and Mrs. P.L. Din- eo
GAINESVILLE kins and Mr. and Mrs. Carl .
Carter, during the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. S.D. Andrewsof .
Wildwood visited Mr. and .
Mrs. W.F. More on Sunday. : t'
Business DirectoryAUTO Mrs. Joyce Futch of Bruns- :

wick, Ca. spent the weekend .
with Miss fcllMbetb: Terry. Cfeme? *

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SENIORCITIZENS : Total Central Heating And Air Conditioning



OLDSMOBILE Johnson& Faris, Inc. Weather has an effect on I 0 FURNACE 2 TON AIR CONDITIONER $12 J 95 e

SALES & SERVICE SEEDS PLANTS everything and everybody, especially e COMPLETE INCLUDING TAX .
the elderly. Many of e
Fine ,Selection! of Used Car's
members afflicted with e
Inftectlcldet Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS our are
Taken On Cadillac Trades .
slight Illnesses and some more e
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-3301 1
serious. We pray that all will

We Rent Fertiliser Spreader recover soon so that their days : Add On-2 Tons Of Air SCarrier
Barkley MotorslncTOYOTA 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476 will be easier and brighter.We Conditioning To Your System

received a lovely card
and note from Mrs. Jessie
Young acknowledging get
4 vheel drive and oars cards from the members. Jes-
S..!es, Parts. Service I sie underwent major surgeryon INSTALLED
Clean Used Toyotas LIDDELL her shoulder In Jackson- .
ville and Is now going through .
1700 N Main 376-1268 I. 695
- painful therapy. e
Glass Company Our work must go on. V.P. .
Beauty Academy Bill Richards and his wife. hazel For As Little As .
"Glasi For Every Purpose" put In a weekly stint of es
POWELL'S Store Fronts-Mirrors nine hours each at the "Thingsand .
Tub Enclosures-Showers Stuff Shop"on Call St. The .
Beauty Academy
Furniture Tope Glass! Replaced sale of the nearly new articles .
to the Library Building _
goes - -
YouSpore -
Profession In r -
Uaru a - - - -
- - - -
Fund. Come In and look around. - - - - - S
Time.! Full or Part Time NEW LOCATION You never knnw what treasure.
\\119! > N W. Iflth 372766 arti-
1228 So. Main Gainesville you will find there.
cles that are useful and that
372-1102 372-8191 you no longer need will be ATTENTION
ELECTRIC gratefully accepted by the LI- ,;J e
brary Building Committee.Our .
Motor Repair Co.Of MEN'S WEAR Public Library is great o
place. One can find books thereon :::1" o
Gainesville Inc almost every possible subject -
Repairing Rewinding STAG 'N DRAG Why don't you pay it a oo '
visit and meet the charming
New and Used
women who work there Mar- rIJrll i
Griffon SuiteArrow
2818 N W. 16th Ph. 37Z-8318 Shoe tha Minx. Elsie Hazen, Lois -
Shlrtn-FlorshHm Clark and Brenda O'Steen.They
MOVERS Formal Rental will help you In selecting books
Ladle Sportswear you would like to read or on _
subject you would like to tr.J rM
N Loaf Distance Moving 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY any. f
r Storage: Packing and GAINESVILLE MALL We have received a shipmentof HOME OWNERS .
Crating Shipping Will Forms from Max Fried-
Free Estimates Call son of Miami. Many of our i
MUSIC members are very Interested. ,
It Is surprising how many peo-
ple postponed making a Will.
BALDWIN These forms can be had at our
Senior Citizens' meeting.
PIANOS-. ORGANS By the time this( is printed,
oiola Of JMI An'II'"' we will have taken our planned Add 2 1/2 Tons Of Central Cooling $ :
Van Service, Inc. trip by bus to Ralford State

W4 N.E. V m-tm..W.. Ktf. C'vHIe Prison.Our Legislators have com- To Your Present System For 725 :

pleted their work for this year

and, as usual, left behind much As Little As yJr-
o',m. Mopping ctr. m-sis unfinished business However, _ '_ :
AUTO SALES SERVICE they didn't neglect to Impose
plenty of taxes,especially those .
Tropical Pontiac, Farm and Industrial who can least afford to pay.

Inc. Equipment We think a Unicameral or
One House Legislature for CALL US TODAY 94-7701 a
Florida and other States of the

Santa Fe Tractor, problems Union would In help less solve time and the without many-

Factory Authorised FORD would House so cost much and less bickering the money Senate betweenthe for, and the Slade Gas And Appliances i iStarke

Pontiac Farm Tractors A Implement taxpayers. We hope that this can

SoI..Ports.S.rvlc. USED EQUIPMENT be Introduced and acted upon In
the next Session of the Legis
2101 N. Main SALES PART SERVICE lature. Register now to vote. 332 W. Madison Street Florida.BROOKER :
Our next meeting will be July
Gdln",v ll Flo. 4488 N. W. 6th 37>2M8 Pratt St. Rec.
27 at 1 P.m.,
372-2583 GAINESVILLE, FLA. Center. I e .... e ...e ee .e. .. .e.a

-Joe Kerrigan



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AH Livestock Brand Users Must Register by Oct. 1 1Tjurtng ---r --------- -- \ i iII
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In the state may be the same. no additional J fee charge for
bring the brand but this remittance
the next 90 days all Agriculture Doyle Conner himself In the event of coincidence in renewal.
Florida livestock producerswho a cattleman, requests that Is not requested until brands or marks, the Department A newly prepared booklet entitled
later when the form has
brands and mark or brand will assist cattlemanor "Livestock Protection",
marks to
use anyone using a any
exception oi UbI daughter. Call been filled out and is returned brands
of with marks,
Identity their animals, are write or call the Division stockman In selecting a secondary dealing
have S just returned from vaca Stockman should not remit this hat been
livestock theft
ter Mayo Building choice In Ms marking and
their stock Animal Industry,
tion. The Saxons were accompanied IdngbDn requesting an fee with their request for the released by the Florida Department
marY Tallahassee i design.
by Valerie Jones Brand Record form.Until and
for Brand Re Registration of brands, Con of Agriculture
v and Sharon Williams, girlfriends According to the Florida Department ppllcatlon will be sent quite recently"brands" Is major deterrent Consumer Services and U
cord". form ner said a
of their daughters. The) of Agriculture and stopped at county lines whichIs Information
1 / by return mall. "It simply requests ; against stock theft. Such registration available on request from -
vacationers went sightseeing In Consumer Services there an adeecriDtlonotlhebnnd to say a cattleman In one Is required by law Services, Depart

the Great Smokey and Blue an estimated a.000 cattle brand county; could have a brand mar Statute No. 534.021. Registration ment of Agriculture and Consumer
which Is to be registered, portions under
Ridge Mountain area. They till In use throughout the state of the animal of which are ker similar or Identical to that of marks and brands Services. Room 116, Ma .
stayed In the town of Highland, that should be reg1.l.ereG.oome with name of a neighboring cattleman so and Building Tallahassee, :Fla.
Is for period
to be marked, along a five-year
N.C. and toured through sections marks brands and designs long as separate counties wen
s 2.000 32304. .
..tockmanreque.tIne of there
and address of the : at the end that time
of Tenne..... of identity; are no longer the application." involved. This Is no longer the

In use and now form a part of State case, Conner said and to a- ."
Two weeks Campbell,
last Saturday said Dr. C.L.
Florida's livestock "hi.tory". of vold possible confusion !In registration
David Earnest a one-time Veterinarian and Director
resident ,
6 I A Those not In use are "relics" of brand.a new Flor-
of Hampton Division of Animal Indua-
was married the
of the past and serve only in ida Statute provides that no AMERICANUPHOLSTERY
Debbie Arvln. The
Idy ;, of cattle two brands red.teredanywhere
ple exchanged vows In St.Petersburg. memory a operation Tlier Is a $1 fee for red.A .-
long since extinct, or a livestock -
They returned to
operator no longer in .
Hampton to visit parents and
relatives for congratulations. business or perhaps deceased Hole, !la Tour Hoof .. .
Florida' Commissioner of
The Earnests
have taken up

Pictured at Dedication Ceremonies of Hampton Bap- residence: In Miami. rhE. 9 OrAWHOLE ShoJI "Let UsMolce Your Old Furniture New"

fist Church ground leap Sundays Deacon Lomar Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Oliver .. ...,. ,;f:1 | Our Material Or Your

Clarence Melton, Ed Saxon, Otto Hicks, and Potter Mel- recently helped their grandson 0"... \. NEW tferit* Ptotagto

vln J. Hamel. Mathew Gehron, celebrate 1MAlla. ', KITCHEN AND DINING,CHAIRS RECLINERS
his ninth birthday. Mathew Is r" ,..q a I. ft' Nova 5130If 'I
visiting from his home In Fort ; 'f fjf
Church Ground '
Baptist : elv r
Hampton Lauderdale.Mr. frttm.nt
h J & J Co.
I Roofing .
and Mrs. John Holllfleld.. Priferred For Free Estimate Call 782-3950

Dedicated Sunday AfternoonThe presented In this weeks "]Grow a \ [ 1
: .... Phone 96i-r/78
tour Neighbors" article have I Pboae.ta6 1..5030 NEW LOCATION U.S. 301 In Lawtey
Groundbreaking Ceremony one-time pastor of Hampton recently returned from a trip "In summer theatres Hiway 301 Sooth

for the Hamoton Baotist Baptist, Dr.Bob Gray of Trinity to Fort Jatkson, S.C. The Holliflelds farmers replace the cows In

Church was held Sunday July ; Baptist Church Jackson made the'trip to visit their barns with ham." ..........,.....=.........
18. at 4 p.m. with Ute presence ville. Giving the floor back to their sons Harvey and Jerry, unnnn muna neaenrcujl
of more than 200 guests and Reverend Hamel. who In turn both of whom are stationed at I

congregation members, the Introduced a guest soloist, Flo- the army base there.They foundIt

ren Fisher to lead the group necessary to make a return

meaningful rites were per In How Great Thou Art, whereas visit to Fort Jackson this past fi v M ,
formed In what seemed an atmosphere all Joined in on the chorea weekend to see Jerry who was .;, ..3

of Divine eoomval, Reverend Hamel resumed the reported 111.

floor and led the 78 Quart
While almost all outlying guests to '
the spot where first ground
areas of Hampton were .
drenched with a downpour, the would be broken. Foam

Immediate area had not seen A golden spade, wielded by d

a drop of rain. With such: a Edward Saxon, to break the A. Sar ; re tea Chests -
promising day ahead members earth first, was followed by ,

of the Church had brought Reverend Cray Otto Hicks, Otis < ,
Melton I Mold.d hondl.1 faragcy
Melton '
luncheon delights to begin the y .
Lamar Brown, Willie Stinson t eorryng.K.pl

festivities. Following their repast Roy Morgan, and lastly Reverend Aa/h y'i'p -Jold" food for ond houn.
with an opening prayer to Hamel. Asking to have / 1 / "

the dedlcatilon was the Rev. Reverend Hamel repeat the SAVI ]AXe

Joseph Oleashea. Appropriate action, the dedication exercises :
verses from the Holy Scrip were ended with the gathering ;

tures were then delivered by giving a fond salute and thankful I I

the Rev. Melvin J. Hamel, pas prayer to the site of their ,, r ,. t ,

tor of Hampton Baptist Church. new Church. .
A speech praising the progress Construction will begin within ?

of the Church members In attaining the next week or two. Progress '
after and final completion will .
their much sought I
larger Baptist Church was the be presented >In future articles. yur a r rw''I

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be wed. They have now shared -
COUNCIL PASSESDOG 22 years of happily married VALVOLINE '
Town Council life. HI6N PERFORMANCE Men's
The Holliflelds have three "'
this past week passed into law boys to carry on the family Hicks, lifelong Hampton 61R1S' DREIMr t auART RACING OIL
an ordinance prohibiting dogs farmer demonstrated his q l Famous Maker
The oldest at EAGLE
name. Harvey BABY DOLLPAJAMAS Prov.nrolodq, and
from running at large on pub green thumb by producing this ,
20 years Is (the only one yet C deposits. Moke*
lic or private property.; to be married. He was recruited 64-pound watermelon, believed SOLID STAT anq nn Jeans
The Ordinance necessity; of to be one of the largest ever ,
out college
came to the attention of the and is undergoing basic grown In this area. Soft nylon patrol I r 6 d.llv.r Nationally' old at 6.98.
Council with the signing several and ,prmfodcottons. Wood grain, SAVg rep powp, I You'll ..a tho famout nomo
petitions by concerned citizens. training at Fort Jackson Army, I eobmar. -........." 11X n each pan A wido, *al.ction,
One such petition createdover Base South Carolina. Harvey ScholarshipAwarded $ICae 4. to 14, i I wr "Inl'an' on RACING of lalid, atnpar, and chock.
the results of three dog and his wife Brenda who are to t. >. .oand". MOTOR OIL ,A febuloul> buyLyou'lt! wont .
expecting their[ first child this II Advone.d 1 I .
bites last had a decidedly f v-- of -$- *av ral at thin low, low, pricoiSnoi
year .
effect on the decision of September make their homeIn Two Students p wpuharro.SAVI 28 to 36
strong North Carolina. Graduating :]17 I dyne .newt"
tho Council members. / 1 I It
from Bradford Senior High this William M. Meng a im>7 '
laws which state
Having Ordinance town must be read June Jerry la stationed at Fort graduate of Bradford County; ) ,. MODIL T310S r tt
that e
an Jackson and Is >in basic train High is the recipient of aacholenhlp t r
three times not having to be .6.88IAVI ROUTE 66 -
i 4
their the University /
done at meetings the ing. Terry youngest at grant at I
separate expedited eleven years, lives with his ; of Florida from the SUPER HEAVY DUTY auai+
legal procedures
parents and attends Hampton Florida Road Builders Associa In"sae
I It16
utmost of speed
Elementary.Mr. Ooh
and efficiency to ensure protection Holllfleld Is a retired Meng who ran track and was For cart' truck. & buca. .
to both owners and non- Army man, coincidental who a member of the National Honor MEN'S JUMBO JACQUARD E.c .dt S.A.E 70R3 No t I
owners of canines. > harmful) .ffvctt' on rubber i
began Ms career with basic Society at Bradford High
; :
4 i
Sections of the ordinance pro TAILORED WALK BEACH TOWELS metal
or part
training at Fort Jackson 23 expects to graduate In Civil '
vide for the protection of property years ago. Since retiring John, Engineering from the University SHORTS ''' acasifullywav.n' I I 12 OUNCES I
; owners as well as pedestrians figuratively speaking, calls ; In June 1972. dadpna"" 'In ottrocHv tNj .

of Hampton. One such himself a househusband, while Another student recently notified t t'PERMANENT bnghrboldeolae, brtrt'd m ,II
Thlek..d mJOf
section states that any, person his wife works and Is Road PRESS
presen that he also is a
committing a violation of the r 100 'olton m hondiom, Edw. M4sty
with Sunland Builder scholarship recipient /
ordinance either by letting his T raWngpCenter. His mother Is Hollls Jerome Kelley of d ploidi and solid color p Rugged Metal
dog harrass residents by run Sn.t 29 la 42. r, ,,,, 1
Mrs. Mary Holllfleld resides Brooker a 1964 graduate of -'
ning loose without proper con with the family and keeps him Bradford High. 137. rr FOLDING ALUMINUM \\
trol by owner at will enteraomeone'a Mr. and Mrs. Holllfleld In w' Folding Chairs
company. the last five years, the l LAWN CHAIRS
property; withoutthe enjoy company and would Florida Road Builders Assn. 30" \
consent of the property; owner welcome hello to I CHAISE LOUNGES Rugged, channel' tteel
a Hampton. has awarded more than 125 _.
or other such offenses against 60" frame, Rivited, construction
the citizenry( will be schoUrthlps to approximately .,, Chair teas 6X4X4 weet. Crossed braced for extrattrength
subject PERSONALS: 40 deserving civil engineering 'r Lounge hoc 7 vertical Folds flat /for
to fine
or Imprisonment J.W. Home accompanied by students at the University who t w.bc and 16 itorage. An .deal ...lraBOYS'
or both. Fine shall not ;;:
and her horliontalweb
his Martha ,
daughter choir for
exceed $500 and Imprisonment have expressed an Interest In LIQUID POOLCHLORINE any room
two children, have returned *
shall not exceed three from St, George S.C.They made highway construction. The RARE LEG PANTS a fAVt 13X
the visit to see his daughter FRBA also awards JIve $1.000 %' MUMANtNT w 107.

Hampton.;:The To above all! residents described of Betty; and her family. The five grants annually to technical KISS rwvwn.nww ... saps
dav trio came to an end with schools In Florida. One of the '; IIr.ng.h."OU'O .
Ordinance :&:rt '
was presented voted 100% Cotton Trill
their return last Tuesday 1971 awards went to the Brad 1 I..'..... Hondyraoucnorn.r '
passed and made Into Half born, front
nod.paat ,
Mrs. Melton is having as ford-Union Area Vocational- r p.a
law the 13th day of July 1971. visitors her sister Mrs.Wood ilpeor, 2 poclioH. nO'.n
Technical School. ,
3..I 4 8. @ r
The to i c
Ordinance Is I'w
now on the and her Mrs. Parson = pl."ebolll. a I
books as law. mother from fAY[ 21X ... +4:$ fAV! 'Q' ( i ie
Mother and sister are
The aforementioned Ordinance IT" WK DONT HAVE: IT L00 .r

Richmond Ohio and will be well It tor Office .: ., 1-1 GALLON /
has been yea
posted throughout /
Indeflto period. "
town In places of business .tvl1for The/ entire an family of Mr. and eepPU.e. Furniture, X.o.- PLASTIC WI r a r ,

and public gatherings in Its Mrs. Edward Saxon, with the ...... Bredfer+* Cent "YI BOTTLIS rb ,
entirety; '1'.........

Other Council meeting discussions - -..-- - --.:.... .. ladies'
Included the buyingof

equipment for the town's G.E. PORTABLE 20" HEAVY' DUTY VINYLSURFRIOERS MEN'S DELUXE Cool Sleeveless

recreational area, some of ..-
which were two swings volley- -- --_- SPEED \ DECK SNEAKERS

and ball basketball and basketball poeta.The supplies eQUIpment ___ __ _= FANS IT >I< 72" ...; Blouses

S El.m.m OltL' withpvllrvsw o PIRMANINY
SuperSpecial ?
will prove to be quite enJOyable -
blades, Q ,.. 'RISS
to all ages, and It lathe r
8 Gnllt 17S Colton 23'. Pol ......
hopes of the Town Councilto For haw* ItM a' tno Y
cwinqu o e /ko. I 51..1. lIylng, vote, .aroo.
provide Hampton with a safe = for boachor In pool Nat'li lY. U
and desirable play area for Its / uy, ,,0 Ari rd.colorful d.ion"" .. old at 6.9fl.Protem21 euart. collar ..yl... Lov.ly
cl.anmq .
u..rnA t: fell/eolor,, and
young Inhabitants. g) Fnm gro" C atl'aclr. Preto.t .
e 101.1. Sturdy ..,... Lm 32 ro 3 A.
aplN'' H
\ lAVt ]a7

The spotlight this week falls W13 .. 5,.ua't 12.

upon the family of Mr. and .
Mrs. John Holllfleld. The HolUflelds Colgate Schick Plus Platinum d

have been visiting the Shampoo Tooth Paste Double Edie Blades MENl LEATHER LIKE I
Bradford County for the
last seven years, but did not Regular, 1.15 10'. ;
take up residence until September Dry, orOily ei' SCHIC Rich, ..?,' MEN'SHANDSOME Col.ndarwarebwirh

of last year. Prior to 0 tnah.pry, .. unbreakable; mainspring,
their moving In they had been o Jrrrrh'Ix t thodo rlth". .._ 2 yr.guaronte Shock
making their yearly trips to / a wi.. 171EWEL and water resistant. ,

see a sister of Mr.Holllfleld's, -, ,, SI'1u Chrome) finish,, withleather
? ( WATCHES d.I.... bond.'Z .
residing in Starke for the post 0 O Lima t \ 1 M 12.

12 years. Finding Hampton suitable ti Limn 7 ... oy
to their tastes John and I .r+ Limn7 pd e
ea, 1176 .
Z4ooo smiIf m. :yv gAVIt
his wife Inex decided to make
1-.000 ....'.
/ /
MM ft**)ret** pM*wifDiscount yaee soe
little town their homo.Ana
our ? r PRINCET .,.,.
ther consideration was the'climate

as Mr. Holllfleld( found It Price PM StrvictPKDOSms SATSUCTIONWJMN/ ,
r r
much more acceptable to his

health. World' Laraeel Selling Air Conditioner on rowHamptonHeadlines
John and Inn were both born '
and raised in the small county; We Do Our Own Financing MONET

of Rutherford located In North STORES cA(11

Carolina. Knowing ,each other Winkler Electric Inc.

from chlUftood, It was natural
for them to find favor with one er.Y.rt.Y, _rrrrrr

another ma.iy years later and to ,

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Kingsley lab

I H By Phone Evelyn 533-2825 Bradley 5 AV E HrTLW H .aner &#' $j

1 Sunday School 9:30; Tr IIqr "
(Union 10:15L Morning Worship, v.v' : l -
111. Evening Worship 7:30Pray-
ler meeting 7:30 each WednesI (
I day Choir Practice 8:30.: We IRONSTONE I DINNERWARE
large all choir members to be
I present for the last practice
I before our revival begin on
I Aug. 1. Special singing.
I planned for each night with
I Ellis Martin as song leader. I f SAUCER
I Mr. Martin from the First

I Baptist Church In Cleveland. LW) ;
I Ga. Rev. Virgil Lovett. pastor .
I of Trinity Baptist Church A.
I popka rlll be the Evangelist 83B
I May we extend to you a speI -
clal Invitation to come each tiF
night U

I Mr and Mrs. Frank Barn- PRICES GOOD THURS. JULY 22 WED. JULY 28
I cord have had as recent visitors 1 1
their daughter and son-
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Don Sat- OPEN FRIDAYS UNTIL 8 P.... YG
terfleld and chlldre from Mt. '
Morris, 111. and their son and m' '
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. REGULAR / IA
Robert E. Barncord and daugh- /
ters from Freeport, 111. SLICED / '
Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Norton Baking Hens LI. 39CFRESH
and Sarah will be spending Fri- e e 1
day night In Ocala with the
Carl I>. Long family and Sat- BACON V

urday and Sunday In Orlando Pork Roast 49C IOr1
with the Elbrldge Sweat family e ...
v VWD -
the Roy Brantley family:have USDA CHOICE W.O RAND New YORK -- /-
had as recent guests from Orlando -
Vernon and June Kings- Steaks $179
bury and from Jacksonville, Strip LI. BRAND U.S. CHOICE
and Mrs. Landon Criffls and
children. W D SRAND PURE ((10 Ibt. W.49))
Mrs. M.L. Combs and daugh- 2 RIB; ROAST
Ground beef 5 LI $2"
ter and, Monday Cherylene In,Patterson spent Sunday Ga. PKG. 9 i HAMS

and attended the 50th wedding
anniversary of Mrs. Combs' I-LB. '
aunt and uncle: Mr. and Mrs. PKGS. E-Z CARVEOVENREADY
Joe Douberly. They also visited V V
Mrs. G.C. Boyett Sr. and C 1 1I
Mrs. Renthle Taylor In Black-

shear, Ga. SAVE 20c 99
Mr. and Mrs.Frank Barncord $i iIBS.
had as Sunday visitors their son I c SAVE
and family, the Fred Barncords
of Jacksonville and Mr. and 3O ,
Mrs Tommy Reardon and
daughter Christie, also of Jack 3
lonv le.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crews "
recently spent several days vacationing .
at Crescent Beach. e
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Craw- [ u.lloe RIPE. WASHINGTON STAff
ford and sons, Dennle and Curtis -
and Mr. and Mrs. Steve 4 Watermelons . EACH 99c Cherries . ,. . is49e

Crawford left Saturday for Lut- OOtDCN JUICY

ton, Texas where they will spenda Sweet Corn 8 69c Sunkist Lemons .11 49c
week visiting their brother e e EARS -
sister-in-law Mr.and Mrs.
Earl Crawford:! and family.Mr. $ 00
Plums e . . 3 LIS. | Lettuce ..2HEADS49C
and Mrs. F.G. Conner
attended the wedding of their

grandson, George L.Home,and l / ASTOR ALL GRINDSCOFFEE
Ann Turner In the Merltta Baptist
church Saturday night.
Visiting tNt Conners during the FAS V SAVE 19c
"I. V. .. .
week were Mrs. Vernon Conner -
of Jacksonville, Mr. and Detergent [ '\ ;;:. 5BC I.
Mrs. Leonard Home and fam- .
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wllk-
erson and daughter from Milliard Limit 1 with 7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarorfos.{ 1mow; n'
h and George and Ann VAN CAMP Limit 1 with{ 7.50

Home. Pork 21'01. ,19C or more purchase '
& Beans
Leslie and Evelyn Bradleyhad CAN excluding clgaronoi.
as recent visitors Miss e
Allyne Bozard, and Mr. and PINEBREEZE!GRADE"A"FRESH,u..All WHITEMedium
Mrs. Joe Grooms and family 1-lB.
from St. Matthews, S.C. Eggs 3 $100 CAN
Reggie, Marion, Gary and
Linda Underhill have returned '
from a visit In Washington.D.C.
with Reggie's sister and
Tissue 4 PKGS.88c
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. .
Jimmy Young and family.
Mr. and Mrs. E.O. Elder Quantity Rights I
had as guests last week-end,
Mr. and Mrs. Wlldon Chaunceyand Reserved j
son from Albany, Ga., Mr. fr WINN-DIXIE! STORES. INC.
and Mrs. W.B. Rayfleld and COPYRIGHT 1971 V
family from Folkston, and Ken
and Shirley Elder and sons of 0 'S. .j1cr
Jacksonville.Mr. \
and Mrs. J.B Crawfordwere
glad to have their son
""len.home for the week-end.
He Is attending DEL Electronics !! -- SAVE 40c JIFFY ASSORTEDMeat
School Tampa and will
graduate In September. Also Dinners p2K99C
visiting during the week-end . .
was Allen's fiancee, Miss Elaine -
The M.L. Combs family had 4,1
as week-end guests Mr. and Pot Pies 6 et PIES I $1
prA 1P:
Mrs. Joe Gill of Blackshear, . .
Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. DonnIe r
Bennett of Jacksonville. relY SAO SHOESTRINO
Randy Miller has been visiting a
his grandmother, Mrs. H. -- Potatoes 5 IVIle BAGS $100

r.. J. Miller weeks., In Bonlfay for several . .

Mrs. Fred Gay Is recuperating -

her at hip home and having now after had breaking to spend

some In time Jacksonville.In St. Luke's She Hospital Is- ONLY 1 ofS-WATS!TO SAVE

still not able to walk and must .
get around In a wheel chair for
the next few months. -m

Rev. and Mrs. Robert West EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA : EXTRA ; EXTRA :
had as recent visitors, Mrs.
West's parents and sister, Mr. I I I I I I I I :
and Mrs. W.E. Martin and Martha 1 I S&H GREEN S&H GREEN S&H GREEN : S&H GREEN ; S&H GREEN

and of Susan Gainesville West returned, Ga. Bobby home STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS : STAMPS STAMPS :1 1wNN

with grandparents .. I
extended visit Also visiting: JARSSTRAINED 10.... JAR I J IS OR MORE I
the Wests on Sunday were the J2-0. JAR OERSER ASTORINSTANT USDA CHOICE SEEP t
,O,P.N,, ,! OPIN..,,,.. rooosOOOO AN PAMPIISOOOO Ye" !'! corrnOOOO I OP.[fAM/N[[N I
Rev. West accompanied a THRU JULY 2S I
of neighborhood boys on No. 1 No. 3AV
.. 2 NO. 4A No. S I
Friday night and all ._ -- ___ _
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reported having a good time.

anrfamand' have Mrs.returned LloydMacey from I I I I I I I I
a two weeks visit with Mr. GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN ; GREEN ;

Macey's mother and other relatives STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS 1
In Wltchata Kansas. STAMPS STAMPS 1
Mrs. Elisabeth Lowry ..... I
few days visit In Valdosta Ga. OR PORK I PARTY tP.a
with relatives.A Nr N HAMIUIIOIXOOOO rms.1.N. CHOPS rN JUICI n.aN I ol-iN rnAA.a SNACKS I
hearty welcome THRU JULY ISNo. OOOO THRU JULY 21 OOOO THRU JULY 21 N o. 10
to Mr. and Mrs. Miller who a N. J I/w 1 I _.. I
have recently moved to our 4T TOV tO Al WIMM-MIM a.70Y1011 w/NM MIH AT TOW IOCA1 AT TOW tOCAl WIMN.OIMI* AT TOW tO ---- -------

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In The County; Judge' Courtof ,plea of each claim or demand in the office foreclose the following In The 'Judge's Courtof and must be sworn to by the
Bradford County Florida be In writing and shall NOTICE PROPERTY By: Beulah M. Moody against said estate an action to ;
In Estate of Eva; G. Sullivan .shall the place or residence. OF SUIT NO As Deputy Clerk of the county; judge of property; in Bradford Bradford County; Fjords claimant", Ms agent, or his attorney -
,n deeM: ed. and postofdce addren .of .the, Alice (Court Seal) Bradford County; Florida, In County; Florida: In re Estate of Myrtle G. or It will become void
To: Mary Wardwell the Starke Florida A of land In theSE Priest Deceased
courthouse lying to
NOTICE OF PROBATE. claimant,. and shall be swornto 7/8 4t 7/29 at parcel according law.
Its Harrington, Defunlak Springs within six calendar months 1/4 of SW 1/4 Section 19. July 15. 1971
To AU PeI'SOlUlIn..ted In by the claimant. agent
Florida from the date of the first publication Township 7 South Range 22 NOTICE OF PROBATETo /George II. Bowers
The Estate of Said Decedent or attorney and accompanied You are hereby notified that I or ''J11r\cSf f'to' oJS Each East and All Persons Interested In Executor of
1f \Flo J: of this notice. being more particularly the Estate of
fee of ,
You are hereby tUlecI that by a Wing one dollar an action for Divorce has been
In Estate of claim or demand must be In described as follows: The Estate of Sal Decendent: Myrtle G. Priest Deceased
written Instrument and such claim or demand not re: Delma Lesley
a purporting : -
filed against you and :you arei Thomas. Deceased writing and must be sworn Commence at the Southeast You are hereby notified thata
to be the last wW and testament so flied shall be void
of said decedent has- /s/ Odell F. Rogan- required to serve a copy of NOTICE TO CREDITORS to by t the claimant, his agent, Corner of Section 19 and run written Instrument purporting First publication on: July 22
Estate your written defenses If any All creditors of the or his attorney or It will become thence South 89 degrees 02 / to be the last will and 197]| '
been admitted to In Executrix of the of estateof
probate to It, on the plaintiffs attorney Delma void according to law. minutes and 33 seconds Westa testament of said decedent has George H. Pierce
this You Robert R. slogan, deceased Lesley Thomas Deceased
court. are hereby : whose name and addressis Lawrence W. Norsworthy distance of 2632. 10 feet to been admitted to probate In P.O. Drawer 1030
commanded within are hereby notified and
six calendar Myron Prevatt Hon. George Ii. Pierce 203- required to file Executor of the Estate of point of beginning From pointof this court. You are hereby com- Starke Fla. 32091
months from the date of the any claimsor
205 N. Temple Avenue. Starke
Reba described manded within six calendar
demands which Andreu Norsworthy Deceased beginning thus Attorney for Executrix
first publication of this notice Attorney at LawKey.tone they
Florida and!file the original with may
continue South 89 degrees, 02 months from the date of the
to In Oils and Heights, Florida have against said estate In the
appear court the clerk of the above styled office of the June 25, 1971 minutes and 33 seconds Westa first publication of this noticeto 7/22 4 t 812SFJC
show If Attorney for the Estate county .judge of
cause any you can, court on or before August/ 9, Bradford ; First Publication July 8, 1971. distance of 240( feet to a appear In this court and
why the action of this courtIn County; Florida In
1971 otherwise a Judgment '
: may runthence North 0'degrees show cause, If any you can
admitting said will to 7/1 4t 7/22 the courthouse at Starke Florida point;
should not stand unrevoked.probate be entered against you for the within six calendar- George H. Pierce 03 minutes and 27 seconds why the action of this court In
relief demanded In the .complaint months from the date of the P.O. Drawer 1030 East a distance of 450 admitting said will to probate Receives>
/./ Theron A. Yawn In The ; Judge's Courtof or petition. first publication of this Starke, Fla. 32091 feet to a point,; run thence should not stand unrevoked.
County notice -
County; Judge FloridaIn WITNESS my hand and the Each claim'or demand Atty.; for Executor North 89 degrees, 02 minutesand $305,377 In
By: Beulah Moody seal of said Court on Julv 6. /Theron A. Yawn
re: Estate of Eva G. Sullivan must be In writing and mustsate 7/8 33 seconds East a distanceof
Clerk 4t
Deputy 1971. 7/29
; Deceased the place of residenceand 240 feet to a point; run County; Judge July FundingFunds
thence 03 minutes
degrees, -
First publication on July 1, Clerk of said Court postoffice address of the First publication on July 22,
AU creditors of the estateof claimant and must be CALL FOR BIDS and 27 seconds West a
1971 George H. Pierce Eva G. Sullivan, deceased, By: Beulah M. MoodyAs by the claimant, Ms agent swornto Notice Is hereby given that distance of 450 feet to point 1971George released to Florida's
203-205 N. Temple Ave. are hereby notified and required Deputy; Clerk or Ms attorney or It will become sealed bids will be receivedIn Of beginning; SAVE H. Pierce 27 state-supported Junior colleges -
to file claims or ) AND EXCEPTING: P.O Drawer 1030 amounted to $7.4 million -
Stark Florida 32091 any (Court Seri void according to law. the Office of Business Manager therefrom
Attorney. for Executrix demands which they may have 23th June A.D. 1971 of the Florida State Prison any portion thereof lying Stance, Fla. 32091 In July for a $1.6 mil
7/1 7/22 against said estate In the office 7/8 4t 729In up to and not later than the right of way of State Road Attorney for Executrix lion Increase over funds disbursed
4t of the county; Judge of Seletta Thomas 10:00: a.m.August26.1971 1 for the 18 and SAVE AND EXCEPTINGthat 7/22 4 t 812In In July 1970, Comptroller
Bradford County; Florida In Administratrix of the Estate sale of 5 horses. Horses f may certain graded road leading Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson -
In The Court of the County; the courthouse at The County; Jorge's, Courtof of Delma Lesley Thomas ,be Inspected at the cattle to the city; dump of the City; of Jr. reported.
Judge, Bradford County; Flo- rida, within six calendar Bradford Ceosjty, Florida deceased. Ranch any time during normal Hampton.has The County; Judge's courtof Santa Fe Junior College will
rlda. In Probate.In. months from the date of the In re: Estate ef hobo Andreu working hours UD to been filed against you, Bradford County.; FloridaIn receive $305.377 In distributions -
Re: Estate of Mable J. first publication of this notice. Norsworthy Deceased First Publication on July I. 1971 Tuesday, August 24,, III'lL Bid 6 'Elizabeth Ann Doughman and re Estate of Myrtle G. In July of 1971. This Is
Fletcher deceased. Each claim or demand must be NOTIC OF PROBATETo forms may be obtained from George R. Lane and you are Priest, Deceased. an Increase of over $52,000over
To All Creditors and Persons In writing and must state the AU Persons Interested In George II. Pierce the Business Office. required to serve a copy of NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll July of 1970's 252981.
Having Claims or Demands place of residence and post- The Estate of Said Decedent:: Attorney for Administratrix 7222t--7/29 your written defenses If any creditors of the estateof St. Johns River Junior Col-
Against Said Estate: office address of the claimantand You art here notified that a P.O. Drawer 1030 to It.. on the Plaintiffs' attor- Myrtle G. Priest, Deceased, lege In Putnam County; will receive
You and each of you are must be sworn to by the written Instrument purporting Starke Florida ney! whose name and address are hereby notified and required $86,748 for July of '71.
hereby notified and requiredto claimant, his agent, or his attorney to be the last will and testament In The Circuit Court of FlorIda Is Elzle; S. Sanders, 138 West to file any claims or This is $16,000 Increase over
present any claims and demands or It will become void of said decedent has been 7/8 4t 7/29 Eighth Judicial Circuit, Call Street, Starke Florida and demands which they may have the same month last year.
which you, or eitherof according to law. admitted to probate in this In and for Bradford County.; file the original with the Clerkof against said estate in the office Dickinson said that the high
you may have agalnat the June 14, 1971 A.D. court You are hereby com- In The County; Judge's Courtof the above-styled; Court on of the county; Judge of est amount mailed to an indi-
estate of Mable J. Fletcher Wanda Griffis Curtis manded within six calendar Bradford County; FloridaIn R.J. Williams and Del lie Williams or before August 23,1971;otherwise Bradford County; Florida, In vidual institution was $1.7 mil-
deceased late of said County; Executrix of the Estate of months from the date of the re Estate of Reba Andreu his wife. Plaintiffs,-vs- a Judgement may be entered the courthouse at Starke Florida lion to MIami-Dade Junior Col-
to the County; Judge of Brad Eva G. Sullivan deceased first publication of this noticeto Norsworthy Deceased Elizabeth Ann Doughman and against you for the relief within six calendar lege. Miami.
ford County; Florida, at his appear In this court and NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll George R. Lane; Defendants. demanded In the Complaint months from the date of the The monthly allocation received -
office In the court house of First publication on July I L show cause If any you can creditors of the estate of NOTICE OF SUIT- GILBERT first publication of this notice. $7,048,360 from the Mln-
said County; at Starke, Florida 1971. why the action of this court Robs Andreu Norsworthy deceased To: Elizabeth Ann Doughman S. BROWN CLERK Each claim or demand must be umum Foundation Program and
within six calendar months George H. Pierce in admitting said will to pro- are hereby notified and Address Unknown and GeorgeR. As By: Virginia F. Darby in writing and must state the an additional $396,663 from the
from the time of the first publication 203-205 N. Temple Ave. bate should not stand unrevoked. required to file any claims or Lane Address Unknown Deputy; Clerk place of residence and post county; school sales tax fund.
of this Notice. Each Starke Florida demands which they may have You are hereby notified that 7/22. 8/12 office address of the claimant
claim: or demand shall be In Attorney for Executrix /Theron A. Yawn
writuv, and shall state the 7/1 4t 7/22 County; Judge! Bradford County
place of residence"and post ; Fla.
office address of the claimant FOOD FAIR
and shall be sworn to by In The Circuit Court Eighth By: Beulah Moody
the claimant, his agent, his Judicial Circuit of Florida In Clerk STARKE'SLOWEST
attorney andany such claim or And For Bradford County;
demand not so filed shall be CIVIL ACTION 7/8 4t 7/29 e U. CHOICE
void. Willie Mae Hayes, Plaintiff

Genevieve J. SteeleAs -vs- William Mickey Hayes, In The Circuit Court Eighth'Judicial FOODPRICES
Administratrix of the Estate Circuit of Florida In
of Mable J. Fletcher de- NOTICE OF SUIT NO PROPERTY and For Bradford County
To William Mickey Hayes
Richard J. Wilson
: Malvin Powell and
Attorney for Administratrix You are hereby notified that Janet Marie Powell, his wife 320 s. WALNUT ST.
11 West University; Avenue an action for Divorce has 'been SUPERMARKETS
Gainesville, Florida 32601 filed against you William Mick- Petitioners.ADOPTION
ey Hayes and you are requiredto
7/1 4t 7/22 serve a copy of your writ-

In The County; Judge's CourtIn name the plaintiffs and address attorney Is, whose Hon. Magnolia: James Avenue Gorman,Daytona 134-1/2 if/n/ <;miii
And For Bradford County; H. Beach Florida & Robert How C
George Pierce Florida

Florida.In ards. 601 14th North, St. Petersburg
Probate and file the original l with Florida.
File No. 1-1938 the clerk of the above styled; You are hereby notlt1ecf that k
In Re: Estate of Robert R. 1971.court on or before August 2. an action for Adoption has been
Rogan Deceased. filed against you and you are
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo required to serve a copy of
All Creditors and Persons Gilbert BrownAs your written defenses, if any:
Having Claims or Demands A.gainst Clerk of said Court to it. on the plaintiffs attorney low MICK ivitretr- tow mat mm/ir/ tow icrflw ro4r IOM rticiiwrwr/ low men Imw/ir i w mtnDELMONTK

Said Estate: By Beulah M. whose name and address w w w .w _w'OUF _
You and each of you are here- As Moody Is George H. Pierce 203-205 IVKIS CROWN
by notified and required to present (Court Deputy Seal;) Clerk N. Temple Ave., Starke Florida er HUNT'S VIENNASAUSAGE FABRIC MUSTARD
any claims and demands and file the original with CATSUP MILK FINISH
which you' or either of you, the clerk of the above styled
7/8 4t 7/29 .
have against the estateof
may court on or before August 9, .**
ROBERT R. ROGAN. deceased -
1971 otherwise a Judgement
late of said County; In The Circuit Court, Eighth be entered against you for may the
to the County; Judge of Bradford Judicial Circuit of Florida In relief demanded In the complaint
County; Florida at his And For Bradford County; or petition.
office In the courthouse of said CIVIL ACTION WITNESS my hand and the BONELESS CHUCK CENTER'' SLICED 1/4/ PORKFULL
County; at Starke Florida, within Case No. 1134 seal of said Court on July 6, CUT
six calendar months from John Burton Harrington, 1971. CUT ROUND
die time of the first publica- Plaintiffvs- Mary Alice Gilbert S. Brown LOIN CHOPS
tion of this notice. Two co- Wardwell Harrington Defen As Clerk of said Court ROAST

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NOTICETo ; CEiD _) (Evmruay. FR CHOICE 58 La SAVI114 IS

0....... ....
Property Owners Outside COMPARE! :'mo':: iii'- 10: Pantry SIAIIO PUOMLM

COOKING Sunaid Grape Jelly ".". 45c sae 1e Pride foil iRESHHESSII

Sunaid Apple Jelly .. .... 39c +se H

Any MunicipalityEvery I ALL PANTRY PRIDE I Suave Shampoo sssssiraSuave "..', 2/$1/ alas 31. COFFEE

_. _
Hair Spray 1IO .,' ,-,',:: fO 49c see fit

79J Hair Spray """" ":, :- 49c s9t 'tit *
48oz TO.0U,10
Person constructing any new L BTL White Rain HairSpray.;:::-:.:: 99c S1.21 29. urrr BAG 59

Get Set Hair Spray ro =;a:- 49c 59. tot

building, making an addition or moving in a Halo Hair Spray ::'=.'= 49c s9e jot 1 _

Holsum Peanut Butter ",. 69c 79e 1 lot
U.S. NO. 1
Mobile Home must obtain a building per- K I NG SIZE Potato Chips rr.Wnrrr: ::- 3Sc s9e 21. WHITEPOTATOES

RiceARoniChinatown ':'.:::.M
3/$1/ SI.17 lit

mit in the Tax Assessor's Office, Court DRIVE DRIVE !, Rice j'-: 39c 45' at

ENZYME DETERGENT Long Grain Rice11CNAM.. 39c 4 se et

house. u C Colgate Instant Shave '-'::": 39c 49 e lot I ::!!:, 1 0 ""

'II:'! 9 Pantry Pride Salt M., .... 9c 1 foe 1e LI 5 5 ""

ONLY.COMPARE .,, Cake Mixesvans1 29c 3/.9' 2'

They must also check the Zoning of the Toaster Pastries .VST':::" 3/95c/ 3/1.00 5' GOiOCNHIPC

!' :.:m,: p I''Pantry; i: Pride Flour... 31c 79e 2.
Area not including Municipality.COST Aspirin tel 19k 21. m Fyne Bake Shortening .. c.. 59c nit IOC UUtOf MELONS
Northern Facial Tissue ,.c_ 2/29c2l35/ .. Town Talk .. *
Syrup W 49c $9. 1 hoe HONEYDEWS...IACH....... 39
Paper Towels == 4/$1/ S1.t* .dt Waffle Syrup ':"COftU 39c +2t +t MISH JUICY *

A.IBathTissue .-- 29 j)< 44 Instant Breakfast 17
OF 9e 2. .................... ..

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to $ 1,000. $ 2.50 per M HOT DOG APPLE ( (HIM WUllFrench
From i '$1,001 to '15,000. 2.00 per M 3 PIES FRIES PIES ? PLUMS LEMONS

From '$15001 to 50,000. 1.50 per M 29 I 2 29<

From $50,001 up 1.00 per M I"/1 I


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Vol. 92 No. 52 July 22, 1971 2nd Section

miliijF l1 -

The Suxttttt Strmwberrtn Thlt SU./Nave


Colonial ,

Wins 71


yr +, !' ''It

Colonial Florist was crowned : I

1971 Women's League Softball _
Champion Monday July 19.

The Florist team waltzed Li1
through league competition + rW
without suffering a single defeat 'tc
finishing with a 10-0 re-
cord. r r tt' ro
Norman's Farm was runner- t J t /
up to Colonial with a record '
of six wins and four (losses. r- /

Colonial and Norman's have t .4 r
rd _
now qualified for participation y .
in the American Softball Association ,4.. 11
Sub-District playoffs Is
to be held in St. Augustine August a

6-8. ,,, 4 .

0,Final Norman's Standings-6-4, Koch's Colonial 3-7, 'IC1-1 t ,s a {yVh r.

Barrett's 0-10. t Nr If

n-? 9MAaica: 1 ir/'brJao' f .

Calf Scramble 1971 League Champions. Colonial Florist ; : w i niF

Planning SetThe +r 3 I r*u w ro't L

committee to plan the .
Chamber of Commerce's an- 16 Softball Teams
nual Calf Scramble will meet

July for the 27, first at noon time at the Tuesday Holiday Do you really need a

Inn, according to Cham-
ber Manager John Myers. I i Set Sub-District

Plans for( the 1971 scramble, better reason to save?
heading Into its third year,
will be kicked off, Myers said.
Date for the '71 scramblehas We don't think !
been set for October 9. Tournament Here a so

Our /Hours:

Mon! thru Thuri.-9 a.m, to 3 p,m.
Approximately sixteen teams ,
Kndjy-9 a.m to 5:30: p.m.
*t>l -l t *lU *t +* +**+ + *ll + l+*l+l**> *** l* will vie at Westside Park for i -- f Closed Saturday
the right to represent the Northern -

Stay y Cool All. Summer || n Association, Florida Sub-District Amateur In the of Dlntrlct District Softball. //eat SAVINGS AND LOAN' ASSOCIATION -,


) The winner and runner-up :!6 ,
of the Sub-District will be eUI <9O4))964' 395 WEST 3209'"I} ,
|I gible to compete in' the District STARS,rtomo '
which Is scheduled for
| August 6-8 In Tltusvllle. "
... .
The following cities will be .I,
I cGG t G I represented in the Sub- District >.IoM II'i.r".f'/( ,
I I !ftJ! ..,..'........&ill.! here: Alachua(two teams), ... .I< '
'. -.- -- : <
I i # =--- I Starke (two teams), Gainesville ,
(three teams) St. Augustine { Badcock can provide you'! theMOVVf
---111T1111 1111i111111i11 I (three teams), Palatka(two t
teams), Macclenny (two team>.
I I | and Lake City; (two teams). JI ,,,tJ r'' .' oJ. ,

Tate Electric of Gainesville "''"
I and The White Lion of St. Augustine / *' <'POtVfffyoufl

II I ( III I the tourney have to favorites be tabbed, says as .". '..,..,.' .'..v."", : \' 4' ', 1(V' /',' .
I l Rec Director Gene Bayburn. \1t,1'- ",' ..,." t :, '' /\. "t '
H lUllllllllllll I The tournament will "';- :; '' : need.
open : '', 'r-j.f/, / ;
: ,
1 Monday night with games to be '. ,' .. (
f1'Ji. ; 17
I scheduled each night through '
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Who Left Their Mark On Starke IeAA0.Q0Ip4idtY1PAARQI" .. .. A n

'SQUN. ,:t1lFJl.:: : ,

.,.. And County. Discussed at Historical SocietyA . the EDITOR

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tribute to past leadeu "While I was born In the Among the leaders In the on Klngsley Lake (Peek's Subdivision Trustees during the early road .,

both Individuals and organizations Camp from that date the ), and was InstrumentalIn building program of the county.
Standing area of Clay county following 1971
bringing about the construction : Enoch Grlffls, an outstanding IN REPLY TO false. Men are not created equal > July 16.
who have been
vital In
County as was my father, we were singled out for Matthews:
of Improved road to the farmer and ..trawberrygrow.r. MR. CHAMPION and do not possess the Dear Mr.
th.gzoyth' and an
development of used Starke a* our trading mention! of lettor
the abilities Enclosed Is a copy -
and shipper In chances and
Bradford County was paid headquarters, patronizing the .Col. Comer L. Peek, early lake ((now Highway). buyer same I have recently writ-
by A.J. Thomas Sr. In talk _.Rev. L.W. Klckllter. a so- Lawtey section. which lead to the acceptance of that
a local medical doctors and the principal of the old Starke Institute Dear Mr. Editor: Mr. Ralph Nader which
to the Bradford County Historical local business houses long (public school). After called "country preacher" who Col. D.E. Knight, attorneyand responsibilities. ThU Is due ten to be of some Interest to
Society: last Thursday before 1902. we moved here he was per- also served on the Board of State Senator when the With all due respect to Mr. simply to the position one has might
? haps the only real estate bro Public Instruction for many County was divided Into Brad- Don E. Champion who was In society and everyday fate your readers:
Basing .hU talk on personal ker In the community; and dida years and was a champion of ford and Union in 1921 to settie "shocked" and "rather start- which allows him to combine
knowledge of this community tremendous Job of promot- education and religious activi a half century of controversy led" In Ms letter July IS, Ms ambitions'and work with Mr. Ralph NaderConsumers Protective Ass'n.

from the time Ms family first EDITORIAL ing the county In all of Its ties. He also served in the between the citizens east and 1971) criticizing the use of the the factor of chance aU? of D.C.
moved to the county; In 1902. aspects. He developed and sold Legislature. and west of New River; word "discrimination" in the which Washington
Mr. Thomas said: perhaps the first subdivision Judge A.V. Long an outstanding able attorney and a developer letter to. the editor titled act to move him up or
attorney later becoming of real estate In Starke. "Christian Approach to Pro- down the Iaddeof society.; Dear Mr. Nader:

State Attorney. Circuit _.N.D. Walnwrlght,long time blems" July 8, 1971), I would People are not equal I under
Court Judge, and Federal County; Tax Assessor and a like to offer my comments. the law as can be shown by the Without question you and
I No. 93 after he moved to Gainesville. member of the Florida Legislature In his letter Mr. Champion simple task of looking at (he your associates have been doing
Starting ...J.M. Truly who had hand when the celebrated race equates the word discrimination -' laws of the land. There are a splendid Job In protecting
In platting several subdivisionsIn track funds distribution was with freedom of choice. three degrees of murder not the public Interest In many

"The printer. withouthlm, tyrants outlook of the future and entering we the City and chief County. He later mad. on an equal basis amomr In this assumption, lie Is partly Is to mention a type manslaughter.of discrimination This fields concerned, but with If you the public are really welfare
became the supporterof In the State. correct but he Is IncorrectIn
and humbugs In all countries would trust, permanently or for a long time the strawberry Industry In each county DowUng one of the choosing to believe that this otherwise there wraiM' he only there Is one giant against

have their own way. He Is a friend Into newspaper life, we deem it our Bradford County and In his --S.S. la the complete, definition of one law against murder. Pun- which you should take action...

of intelligence and thought.. a friend duty; to espouse the cause of the Na- later years he became activeIn most to outstanding serve as principal educatorsever of the word.It ishment Is not given equally under organized labor.
: the law
of liberty... freedom., of law.. indeed tional Democratic Party; and the pros- .the. turpentine A.II. Freeman business.Dr. .M.D., Bradford High School; strongly Is true that when a choiceis differences In either.degrees There of punishment are In my view, the general
the friend of every man who is a pective nominations of that Influenced outstanding made some discrimination of
party; as who rendered an outstandingpart many; must be used In order for the that may be given for public Is at the mercy organized -
friend of order conducive to the Interests graduates. the unionism. If there ever
more of In the early treatment of choice to be made. However same offense. This also Is
all sections of the country than any hookworm, which Infested the --Miss Olive Ray long-time there Is another part to the a type of discrimination. was one organization responsible -

"Of all the Inventions of all discoveries other course. rural areas of the county; and Starke Elementary School definition of discrimination. Mr. Champion closed, asking for Increasing costs for
In the vaccination of small teacher who rendered many where In the Constitution the goods and services rampant
in science and art... of all eradlcationoffliesandmoe- years of loving and devoted Discrimination also existswhen words "AU men are created Inflation disruption of essen-
the results in "We shall]] however to the service to the school child- one person or group of "
great the wonderful endeavor so quitoes and other human of their freedoms equal.! The Constitution Is a tial services and ever threatened
progress of mechanical energy and conduct The Telegraph as to allay plagues. ren and parents of Bradford persona, which use one may or may not- statement of the form of government public Inconvenience It Is

skill the printer i* the rather than foster bitter political _..J.C. (Gld) Alvarez an outstanding County.; the raw untrammeled power of
only productof -... .W. Morgan and wife, be the freedom of choice, to which In turn la a
civilization,neceseary to the exis- strife and will practice that toler- merchant of early "Aunt Vida" who kept the Infringe upon another's free- basic set of laws by which to unions.
tence of free Starke who operated a large and dom of choice or other live. Although the Constitution Unions
men. ance towards: political opponents which school book store and sold any Under our present laws -
and cotton
.Charles Dickens general store gin. exchanged school books for the basic freedom. For example, does not specifically say whichto are exempt from the
of the essentials of
we regard as one and who financed many of tile
a minority of students live. Although Constitution
children of the county for many on a anti-trust laws and In many
the conservatism which is the farmers of the county; In the
syno- can use their freedom does not
cc. years. Theirs was a most painstaking campus specifically say cases both strikers and other
num of true Democracy." production of their cotton crops work which they per- to demonstrate and to disrupt "All men are created equal". Union employees who refuseto
by extending them credit from an educational Institution It does to individual .
formed with great patience. guarantee every cross picket lines are eligible
With our next issue The Telegraph year to year. --DeWitt C. always because certain rights, whichIn bene-
This is all we have record of that Nelson T. Hitch Starke Jones they are not satisfied for unemployment
will begin its fl3rd> year of continuous Col. Moore wrote In that first issue banker- who earned the,respectof : public spirited and a faithful with the way It Is run. How- effect equalizes all men. fits and Welfare aid- at the

publication] In Starke. On such an oc- of The Telegraph 92 for the citizens the counly.lieheard ; supporter of the National Guard ever this Infringes upon the The American Ideal Is not tax-payers expense.To .
years ago
In Starke. freedom of choice of the majority that every man shall be on a
casion we can think of no words more as far as we know no of this their woes and contributed level with
copy "No one can Justly evaluatethe of students who wish to equal every other me the ID\8dulterated.PO-
appropriate than those Charles Dickens Issue has survived the inroads of to the extent that most of services rendered this community attend classes and are com- but that every one shall have wer wielded by Unions not just

wrote in tribute ,to "the printer" Justa time. The above quote is from a the citizens and respected of the him.county honored ; by the various people pletely satisfied with the educational liberty; without hindrance to be against the companies they

few years before The Telegraph was and organizations without special institution This faa what God made him.
commentary on the birth of The Tele- --Eugene S. Matthews, owner strike but against the general
mention of those ren- form of Lastly Mr. Champion says
discrimination. It
born. in the 29 1879 and publisher of the Bradford public when Unions prevent essential -
published July
dered by The Bradford County; Is this type of discrimination he believes that all men are public services from
Issue of The Tallahassee Floridian County Telegraph had and held Telegraph, owned and published that was meant when the word created equal In the eyes of the
functioning, Is the biggest
One has only to imagine what life and It is enough to tell us much about the respect of the professional as stated before by E.S. Matthews was used In the letter "Chris Creator and that all men should blem facing the American public pro--
and business for his
would be like without a newspaper to the character of Col. Moore which editorial In the and later passed on to tian Approach to Problems"-- have ttie rUrht to allfllte with today.

realize] the truth of Dickens' words. seems to fit the description of the and leadership also because of paper his- E.L. Matthews who has maintained that is to say the type; of discrimination those fa wishes In his work,

How many, crimes would go unsolved... the high standard set by which Infringes play or life In general. Though I sincerely hope that you and
printer as written by Charles Dic- outstanding military record
how his father by publishing nm>. ni upon another's freedoms, not this Is not wrong In Itself this your associates will consider
many corrupt politicians would serving as Major In the Spa-
kens. American and lateras the most outstanding weekly Just the discrimination that results does border on the actions of this as a manor orohlem and
remain unexposed. how many nish war, newspapers' In Florida.You will because of freedom of the Pharisees and their "Holier proposed laws to Congress that
unethical practices by Individuals Speaker of the and House of always find The Telegraph sup choice. than Thou" attitude. For will safeguard the accepted

groups and public] boards would never Representatives longstanding porting every worthwhile Mr. Champion stated that the Bible commands that we
membership on the "right to strike" but at the
see the light of day If It were not for "lie is a friend of intelligence and Florida Railroad CommissionIn undertaking of the community. freedom of choice Is essentialfor unto love one another and for minister. same time protect the public ..
the Is fortunatein Inasmuch
Truly county; one another
the printer and his newspaper. thought. a friend of liberty. of Tallahassee.L.C. having a newspaper of this a free society. Freedom as we do It unto the least from unreasonable demands 3

freedom. of law. Indeed, the -. Powell, an honorable calibre and management sinceI of choice cannot be universaland of our brethren,, we have doneIt that foster Inflation and pro- $
William business and church leader In complete In a free society Mbit action that will result in *
Perhaps W. Moore unto God. .
first knew It in
never friend of every man who Is a friend 1902. Mr.
the whose business (this, is the J
county reason we I curtailment of essential ser- ?;
close In
read these words of Charles Dic- Thomas said."Among saying that although
of order. judgement and stand on moral have laws to govern us) for vices such as public transporJ
men are equal before
kens when he got together a handful questions was never doubted. the outstanding educators chaos would exist In the society God, on the Judgement tatlon, Police and fire protection :>
of type and a few pieces of crude "Of all Inventions of aU discoveries -R.A. (Lex) Green, a coun- of the county was A.O. ; and Indeed the society; would Day I'm sure the Creator will and the delivery of food *.

printing equipment to laboriously oubllsh In science and art of all try boy who graduated from the .. Jenkins who for many years cease. to exist altogether. be more than discriminant In and fuel.
that" first issue of The Telegraph the results in the wonderful University of Florida, taugh .. taught Jcl Qr and flurjng PIlrt Mr. Champion says he be-.o.''hls''telectioW: "bf"wf1o'4riIPlift'In II :lf. |r tim
great !
school about the state, waa ar-r iieies I that all men should \be ..! .Belngr| .Mred and living: on a*

during the third week of July 1879. progress;1IOl.)> mechanical. But whether or not he had read the the rlnter 'Is the ''terv.0 ink"County u that air nave ever Increasing costs
..jklll, only pro- -tJa-e, ; Reno section of Starke. Professor says men a rl&\le\ ,, J will bfl based on our choices due
Dickens tribute the high principles duct of civilization necessary to the and later wastfRepresentative Jenkins, as he was pop Ito' be equal as hev. dlslres or or discriminations as you prlmirllj to excessive l'nlon
attributed by the famed author to "theprinter' existence of free In Congress for 20 years. cares to, or has the abilities demands for higher pay and
called not '
man ularly was only a would have It, here on this
--Doyle Conner who gra- to or assumes the responsibility benefits which appear on Die
must have been Instilled in good teacher but he was a
duated from the UF, served as for. Ideally, this wouldbe surface completely unreasonable -
Col. Moore when he wrote the following No finer tribute was ever writtento Florida's youngest Speaker of carpenter and brick mason anda true but In reality; It Is -Al, Danny Brown but which are granted
of broad
salutatory in that first Issue the newspaper profession and we the House, and Is now the State man contributed understandingwho eventually because refusal
much to the
.of The Telegraph: would like to rededicate ourselvesto Commissioner of Agriculture. people] of Starke and Bradford would, In many cases, mean

its principles as we begin our --Charley E. Johns who County.; The RJE for which the t County Agent News .f.fby 1 lankruptcy? for the emplo er.

"With experience of the past' and the 92nd year of publication. served several terms as a school was named were selected The consumer etcnluallv
State State Senator
Representative, from three
prominent men tools the bill and at some point
and Acting Governor of
who stood shoulder
to shoulder Bobby Taylor
Florida. Now In the banking and the diminished value of fixed:
I 1 A Neglected AssetWith Insurance business in Started*i with him.Robert namely James Robinson V,- -.. ---- incomes make It almost Impossible
EHerson, and .
George W.Hazen of Brooker Jenkins." -, ... for retired people to
who served as County Treasurer I'" mike: ends meet.

the shift; to a greater urban pride, as well as an appreciation of and as State Legislator; Your help In balancing; out
population in Florida there Is a an outstanding citizen, farmer (Mr. Thomas' remarks concerning -
grow- of the avail-
beauty.In some power now
and leader of the Brooker sec the contribution made -
ing demand for shade trees and orna- tion. by organizations to building the able to Unions will be appre-

mental shrubbery In the new "sun- cold dollars and cents the economic -A.A. Durden of Hampton community will be the subject ciated.

baked" subdivisions and on city; streets value of street trees cannot be an outstanding merchant and of another article. In an early Sincerely

where the bulldozer has swept every- Ignored. A small tree, worthy of being member of the County Bond Issue of The Telegraph.) T.A. Sundem

thing clean In Its path.) planted by a city will cost about $10 Kingsley Lake

Many cities Including our neIgh- from a commercial nursery not count- ', ,t' .

boring Gainesville are beginning to Ing the labor of planting. A few years' ; It's a woman s By Martha Sue McCain ttlh .

realize the long-term community values growth raises the price to $150. One ..;' ) County ExtensionIudU& July 17, 1971

of a municipal program for the southern city; placed a value of $150on (:\ Home Economics Agent

control and development of trees a- a tree of six-Inch diameter with Dear Editor:

long streets and park-ways. A grow- $50 more for each, additional inch of For the benefit of the city of

ing number of cities are establishing Starke and for all mankind I
carefully planned programs to replace diameter. Officials of Detroit, Mich Don't throw away your watermelon Drain _watermelon'rind; cover find It profoundly Important thata

trees and other vegetation that have said that a conservative Judgmentof rind. Use It In making with fresh cold water. Cook for POULTRYMEN ELECT YOUNG certain term Is understood.
been the value of Detroit's street trees Watermelon Conserve and 1 hour or until tender. Drain NEW OFFICERS FOLKS RETURNFROM :
have destroyed. would be $60 million Sweet Pickled WatermelonRind. watermelon Cover with a weak New officers of the North 4-11 CAMPThirtyseven What Is colored? If a man Is
Here's how: vinegar (1 part vinegar and 2 Florida Poultry Producers Association ; 4-H boys and white he Is colored if he Is
Here are a few of the benefits that parts water) and allow to stand are pictured at the girls returned Saturday from yellow he Is colored or even

towns and cities/derive from such WATERMELON CONSERVE overnight. Discard the liquid annual meeting of the organization "the best camp ever"last week brown or black he Is colored,

programs: \ Starke has lost many of its trees in 2 1/2 pounds Watermelon rind, next morning. Make a syrup held last Saturday after- at Cherry Lake In Madison therefore everyone Is colored.

of recent mostly due to the ravages cut Into small strips or cubes of vinegar water, sugar and noon at the Bradford County County. They all benefited from
--Trees relieve the dtabness asphalt years
1/2 cup salt 5 cups sugar 4 spices. (tied loosely In a Fairgrounds. From left: Harold the fresh air, good food, craft Then Doctor Haynes,sign that
streets and can be used to help of age which made it necessaryIn cups pineapple tidbits and Juice cheesecloth bag and lightly Alvarez, vice president Instruction and wholesome fun says "Colored Entrance" must

conceal unattractive buildings. some cases to remove them as 4 lemons. pounded) Heat syrup to 180F. Bob Gentilman, president Bobby -; that Is always on hand at these be for everyone, White, Black,

--Trees provide cooling shade mak- a safety hazard. Many of them could Trim outer green skin and Cover and let sit for I hour. Taylor,Secretary;and Francis camps. Carol: McKInney and Puerto Rican, Indian, Chicano,
pink meat from rind. Cut white Dennis Rhoden were named etc. Well why does he have two
ing the hot summer sun more en- have been saved if a program of care Add drained watermelon and Meng treasurer. Directors
portion Into small strips or for the separate waiting rooms Is he
"outstanding campers"
had been oook gently for about''I 1 to I elected at this time were '
durable. started many years ago, but cubes. Place cubes In large 1/2 hours or until syrup begins Charles Harrison A r thus Gas- Bradford County; group, and Sue a segregationist White' folks
Trees help reduce traffic noises such was not the case. kettle or pan and cover with to thicken. Add white corn kins, William Cannon, and Edwards was named outstanding are Just as good as black peo

deflect glare and heat, and cut down cold water. Add salt, stirring syrup and continue cooking until Richard Underhill cabin leaders ple. He doesn't have to have

wind velocities. The only alternative now Is to plant until salt Is dissolved.Let stand syrup Is fairly thick. Cover The meeting got under way segregated waiting rooms

Trees purify the air by trapping another tree whenever one Is removed overnight. Pour off liquid; add and cool In syrup to plump the at 6:30 with a sumptuous covered PECAN FUNGUS White folks can now sit In the
melon and same room with black
fresh water to cubes people.
dust, absorbing carbon dioxide, and for any cause. It will take years to rind before pecking Reheat. dish supper featuringgold- Pecan prospects are looking
boll rapidly for 10 minutes
Pack Into for folks this
clean hot andcover pretty good our
releasing oxygen and moisture into Rrow. of course, and provide the desired Drain again. Use Pineapple with syrup, leaving 1/2 en Poultrymen fried chicken, as only It the year If weather conditions don't I was shocked when I saw

the atmosphere. shade and beauty, but It will be Juice adding enough water to by can prepare followed promote our old problem'of that sign. For a brief moment
make 1 of Stir In Inch head l'8ce' ; adjust lids. an Informative talk' I thought I must be In the 18th
Trees help develop a sense of worth the price in comfort to future cup liquid. Process In by Homer Hunnicut of Brooks- scab. A good number of pecans
and boll until thick and boiling waterbathcanner As for and
sugar set this spring were held on the century. Haynes
mental well-being comfort, and civic ,generations for 5 minutes.My vllle vice president of the
vruDV, Add watermelon and National Egg Co. of Narcross trees during May and Indications everyone else that have such
pineapple to hot and beD signs It must be understood
syrup Ga. He outlined the are that these will ma-
hard for 15 minutes. Remove Industry'sselfhelp ture. that we are living In the 20th

from heat and cool. Add thinly; poultry program producers by which Scab la the pecan fungus disease century People must stop supporting
sliced lemons and cook slowlyfor can help racism. They must stop
of leaves and mite that Is
Improve conditions In time of
The Bradford County 30 minutes. Pack conserve Neighbors depressed prices the most destructive of any wallowing In Ignorance In a
Into clean hot pint Jars and cover pecan diseases In Florida. You world of fantasy and awaken to
TELEGRAPH with syrup, leaving 1/2. can recognize this disease by: ,the Intellectual would of real

Inch head.pace; adjust FARM BUREAU the round to Irregular, olive- I lain Tunes change and so does
ESTABLISHED 1870.w. lids. Process In boiling water- SUPPER JULY 24 brown to black spots that occur -' people.

bath canner 10 minutes on the leaves and nuts
of organizations Many black
Many are years ago peopleaccepted
Y..a..a I find ray delight In thy quite active during me summer As the disease progresses, the being called colored

commandM.ots.Psalms SWEET PICKLED months Our Farm Bureau la leaves and mite drop early. but today colored means anybody -

FLORI Ess 11917) WATERMELON RIND holding a Quarterly Meeting In Scab la more severe on acme' or race of color but there
Divine order In mind, body Latrley '' at 7 p.m. Saturday varieties than otters and eau-. la no such race as colored.

ASS TON and affairs means freedom 4 pounds watermelon rind : "July 24. The main menu Item ses more damage during wet, If there are any white folks
Lime water made from quarts cool season Afternoon rains
from negative thinking It will be chicken-pilau cooked
'i that want to know 'why black
that keep the tree wet for long
water and 2 tablespoons slaked the old-fashioned Members
way. -
means thai our mind are people want to be called '
lime 1 quart white vinegar 2 will take their favorite periods ./.time make conditions black
peaceful and poised. As we then Just ask
yourself why do
Ideal for the development
water S I V2
.. 1? MATTHXW8... .dNs.INYsra ajnnB this order, we allow the cups white corn cups sugar I tablespoon covered dish of a vegetable and spread of scab. Cyprex 1 want to be called white.
syrup salad
cupe dessert to round
or out
psN.a d .... n.,... aed ........ May aOaeee ef all life, all light mod allspice, 1 tablespoon A ,-- the meal. It you haven't attended and Du-tor arc the most effective Even doctor can be Ignorant,

tau Matter.** the Teetef Galee M __ I'IIIWIIMt all good to come to us.'Let us cloves sticks cinnamon. a recent meetlnir,.70U fungicides available for It* but once be la educated: to the

Mares Jrd, lift. accept the idea that God Ja Pare and remove all green "You're mom have missed a real treat. All control. Good coverage with the facts he too should be willing to

I1Memb1l. !. wade eW**! 1 ,...... $.p1. Oatsl/e working in and through us and and pink portions from watermelon only lucky-to your be pre-4! members and friends of the fungicide\ Is necessary This accept the truth.
irate that lids mod Is b.IngataB, rind. Cut It In desired expects you Farm Bureau are urged to be requires special equipment
sew Ijvttr* taJ11 dent..mine expects me to la too expensive for most of Sincerely,
lished In our three. shape or size and soak for 2 .In Lawtey Saturday night. *"
or 3 hours In the lime water. get an 'A' la math." our growers. Carolyn BrownLeaders

;;1 $ i i N K SMEARED


-x' gj& 38 Protest Assessments-, Get NowhereIn


::..:: ............._. to do with its value on the must do 7At'*** 7s7l<7r7i ig 7f ******* *
what amounted to a day; every year.Most asked
long gripe session Monday tax roll. Sampson Lake lots why; they weren't notified of
38 Bradford sold for $1.500 back in 1963, the requirement to apply every '
Bill Adam* deft) is pictured Saturday night, July 20, the protested their property land assessments owners- Long says, but now are selling year for the ag assessment,
receiving the Club: General Meeting and Awards but got nowhere. for $4,000 or better. but Long says he used every \"f\1\ \\\ nei
Chamtfonshlp: trophy from Pro Dinner was held In the ClubHouse The Board of Adjustment "I'll be darned If I know waht means at his Command to let
Herb I lerres at the annual meetIng with approximately 130 sidered 38 protests, denied 31 I'm gonna do." Long said he the public know of the new
last Saturday nieht members present. Followingthe requests to readjust values set *e values to place the law. Adjustments In such cat
dinner PrestdentCarlJohns set rechecks of six county In a good position In lei were denied.
Wednesday afternoon, July 14, presided over the business and suited search assessments fora the state's upcoming ratio stu- Gilman Paper Co. !filed
saw the climax of the tourna meeting. The annual financial new value In one case. dy which will be based more an official protest of ls( 1971 FRIED ENSPECIAL
ment. Finishing deadlocked: after report by Club Accountant Nell Twenty-nine complalntants than anything on sales as ascertained assessment, which went up i
completing 33 holes earlier Tucker Indicated that the con- appeared In person,the remain from documentary tax some $50,000, Long says, after -
In the month, Adams defeated. dition of the Club had greatly der submitted their stamps on deeds. he used the company's own "THE
complaintsby WAY
BIsh BUhop In an additional improved over the past year. mall. "I'm the man In the middle figures on Its timber break-
18-hole playoff. 3 and 2. This After the committee reports Tax Assessor Gene Long said if our ratio doesn't come up down to calculate the assess
is the third year In a row for the membership elected, to he thought the adju.tmentboard to par" Long' states. ment. Prior to this year Oil
Bill, and he will retire the serve for two ;years, the following members "did an outstanding Long also says that lake property man had never submitted a
Club Championship Trophy. new board of directors; Job." : today Is a lilxury Item. report on its timber land break-
This Is quite a feat for anyone Or. Adams, Fred Barker Pat Long said he told the two a $3,000 assessment on a down and Long had to use has 1
and we believe a first Farnsworth, L.M.Caines,MarIon school board members and lot scares a man, he'd better own breakdown.The s
time In our club for anyoneto Harrington and VemonSil- three county, commissioners not leave It alone." Adjustment Board (old =::y
keep the trophy for three cox. to feel too badly at the gripes, One protest denied was on Board of Equalization) was
consecutive years. CONGRATULATIONS -- that he (Long) has been hear 300 feet of waterfront on Hampton chaired by; County, Commissioner -
BILLI! ing the same thing every day Lake. The property, owner, Ralph Bryan. Members sitting -
Complete results of the Men's Alter conclusion of the Regular for the past six weeks. Leon Shimer. of SL. Augustine, on it were Commissioners
Club Championship Tourna- Business Meeting, Pro "It was the most complaints protested that Ms enlal of an George Roberts and Zedra Hamilton -
ment: we've ever had," Long said. agriculture assessment by; and School Board Mem-
Most protests were made on Long saying cows grate on bers Blaine Thompson andSee-
assessments on lake front pro- the property., her Goodman Chicken Dinner Box I
perty, values which were greatly Long said, however, he reserves
two acres on farm
Increased this ;year Long every
says, to come more In line In the county, for a residencesite. 75 Youngsters
with state guidelines and with He did also on the Hamo-
selling value. ton Lake property, Long said., Invited ForSummer INCLUDES:
On Sampson Lake, for exam- In addition two Starke business -
ply Long raised lake front firms were penalized 25 Camp
values to $40 per front foot. per cent on personal propertytax 3 PIECES OF DELICIOUS
Howard Brown who sells sub- deductions because they; did GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN
not file a return with the assessors Seventy-five; Bradford County e
divlson lots oh the lake pro- office. "When you take youngsters have been Invitedto
tested that assessments were 25 per cent of $40,000 It's a attend the Salvation Army GENEROUS SERVING\ OFHOMEMADE
too hteh. He laid he sells Iota pretty; big whack." the assessor Camp on Bedford Lake from
for a small amount down and says. August 9 to August 14, accord- COLE SLAW 9
small monthly payments Many; of the protests came Ing to Dr. Florence Jennings,
But Long said the arrangements from property, owners who county, Juvenile oalcer.Foothall .
Herb Herres trophies
Championship Consolation presented -
for time payments; on failed to apply agriculture TASTY TRI-TATORS
Flight: Hal Seymour Winner; for the Men's Club Championship the lake property, have nothing assessments, which they now
John Watson RunnerUp.First Tournament. During
Flight: Winner Ver- this period a special event was Practice HOT BUTTERED BREAD
non Silcox Runner-Up, Comer Introduced as a first for our
Perryman;Second night! Winner Club, "THE TROPHY .TOSS". Race To Begin MondayBradford
(Reg. Price
Jack Hazen; Runner-Up, Considering his professional Tight Raging )
Delano Thomas, Third Flight, experience and from lack of High quarterbacksand
Winner, Jim Seymour Runner- competition. Herb easily won.
Up Carl Johns. Fourth Flight But when Interviewed the"Hook" ITLMen's LeagueJust to report pass receivers to the field are house asked
Winner Marlon, Dr.'I Harrington Gruen; Runner-Up Fifth "The Chief following Trophy the Tosser1Indicated event= '-" to Monday Coach at David 7 p.m.Hurse., according ue Fried Chicken ?

Flight: Winner Warney AdkIn- that this event would who J is actually atop Incompleted games, and the Only three weeks remain unto -
son; Runner-Up Donald An-. probably for be lack discontinued of Interest next and Men's Softball League standIngs were trailing by; five at the fall practice and Coach Hurse Starke Is Wishbone Country"
drews. Sixth Flight: Winner, year Is J a very good question end of six, then the two teams said that the team needs to
Dr. Hess; Runner-Up Cal Cal- contestants. and who the overall championsare would be tied for the second have Its passing game down 236 S. Temple Highway 301 Stork, Flo.AA .
houn. Seventh Flight: Winner Next stop for the NCF 21 to be J la a question that half and a playoff; would e- pat before the beginning of prac-
James Williams; Runner-Up,, will be Monday, July 28, at the may go unsettled for week Volvo tlra.. .,I... .J. ... ... .. ,... ,... A, AV ,
--- ,-_ " r r r r'
Larry Bruner. West End golf course In Gainesville ;yet even though the regularly '' '' '' '' '' " "
and then to Green Cove "Since the Hur.t-TerwlUegar
have been
Springs on August, played; -almost.games Roc Director: team won the first half--On. ..
Well--Just come on out to the _
Gene Rayburn says almost because ball park each night and see .-
, -- J
Williams Jewelry-Com- with us thats happen-
\ t
, munity, Bank and Cunningham
, Would also like to remindall Gulf were involved In a ing. It'. too confusing and too
t our young men, ages 7-17 that ,was never finished with uncertain too "many intangibles -
that the Jr. Golf Association: to explain says Rayburn ,
the standings as they are now 3oricla3anh .At Starhe
of the nip and tuck race. I
meets Monday night July 26, It must be finished since one 'j'
at the Club House at 8 p.m. of the Jewelry-Bank losses la
So if you aren't member. this incomplete game.
AakCharley' come Join.Monday.
y' JacksonvilleBusiness '
; July 19,' the Nr,. A. things stand now Hunt- ,
;' E c Board of Directors met In the TerwUlegar and Wllllama-
Club House at 8 p.m. Elected Community, are tied for the
E. to serve for the fiscal ;year second halt championship. .
1971-72 were the following officers However, If Williams-Com STATEMENT OF CONDITION JUNE 30, 1971 ,
: George Roberts, President munity; should finish the Cun
; Ben Moxley; Vice-Pres ningham Gulf game and came ,
.. ident; Pat Farnsworth, Treasurer back to win it they would have Directory Resources
About Thin. A"riatln- ; and Delano Thomas Se- one less loss than the Hurst* 6
cretary. We are beginning a Terwillegar team and there
"There have been several new year and we are ]looking! fore would be the second half t ,
recent break-ina In homes. forward to bigger and better champs Should they lose the Auto Sales and Service Loans and Discounts $2,425,481.07
Does my Homeowner Pol. things for our Club and mem- -

Icy with the Charley E. .bership. Age group' 1213: Matt Her Farrish Motors n.nk1ngllouse, Furniture & Fixture 263,168.741H61.64 ,
John: Agency completelycover
res, 38-19--57.; David Gaines,
NCF 21 Club to
both the damage or swung 36-15-51.
vandalism that may be our Club on Monday, July 19. Age group' 9 and under: Joey PALES SERVICE Prepaid Expenses ,
the standings
Following are ..
caused by burglars plus our Club's young players after Herres, 42-19--111.; Barry Thomas VOL".UTS .

the value" of anything three weeks (previous total Gains, 39-19 39-18--57.--58;; Brian Richard Thomas. Accrued Interest& & Income Receivable $58,375.18 '
Starke meet and
33-21-84.We Always Geoa'Vsed Car
totals: have several Ml Larry St. Ph. 3S4-MS4 ,
Charley E. Age group 16-17: Richard Roberts. participating but more boys U.S. GovemmentSecurities 2,358,785.76
scores were
16-19--35. Terry Caines.
JOHNS AGENCY 31-14--45. not available ELECTRIC MOTORS
Age group 14-15: Paul Canova Ben Moxley reports that we Florida County & Municipal.... 1417172.05 t
131 So. Walnut St. 16-10-26; Mitchell Harris, will have a tournament over PEAVY Brothers t
Phone 964-6070 19-7--26; Ed Watts, 13-13--26; the Labor Day weekend. We
Bruce Tucker, 20-11--31; Steve don't have all the details ;yet Electric Co. Other State &: Bonds 1,256,296.99
Noe,!!, 13-5--8.! but will let;you know next week. ,

\'] 'f:m::'::}:}::1f:}::1:1: ::1:1:}:}1:1:1$1::: }:m jl:: 1 1 j1f@i1Wf: 1Jt-rtmr.tW m S Wfm1: i:1ljili1W@} 1j1 Sold -Electric Serviced Motors- Repaired t Other Securities 100000.00 I

......5.. c',1: ; .' Generators Staters Armature!
11@ ."fi}l/l' :j4 f W1 'Rewinding' Cash on Hand &: Due From Banks 536286.13 5726916.11
::: Summer 4, : 7)1") ;:.::::: 4044 Lenox JJC. 387-2528 ,
::: '!;; ':: 6
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rg .
415::::::: 'fl.' @ 11; {:;::;::j PIANOS TOTAL Resources $8,417,427.56 ,
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I I ORGANS t Liabilities t

... .... Capital
... ,
w 0m SurplusUndivided 725000.00 ,

Profits 67,842.07
4ER" ,
\\m: ; ORGANS Reserve for Contingencies 187,571.46 $1,280,413.53 ,
PRIEST JlMMYel' Mall-353-UiP ,

u W If1 WESTERN STORE Reserves for Losses on Loans 28,534,88

f.::: LITTLE, DUDE. Reserve for Taxes, Interest Etc. 32,708.29 ,

::.: 5 & 1O
Western Store Interest &: Income Collected Not Earned 132,714.60 1

/Western Closing JLa: ie.
goods Saddtej and Trailer. Deposits 6,943,056,26, ,
To Wear Charles & Shiron Petty
I All Ready
902 S. Edcewood 3S4-1210

TOTAL Liabilities and Capital 8417427.56 t tt


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F. G. Hemingway Kogan- Smith, Jr.

ServkesHeU Services HeW

In Jones ChapelFrank In Jones Chapel

1 Hogan Smith, Jr., t7, died t T
G. Hemingway( Sr., Tuesday In Shanda Teaching
88, of Starke. died Thursday Hospital Gainesville, after a
July 15. In Jacksonville after short Illness. He was born In
an extended Illness. Bradford County on Jan. 12.
Mr. Hemingway was born In 1924 and had lived here all

Starke on November 20. 1882 of his life.Surviving. CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH OF CHRISTAT
Laura Hemingway. He was a Hogan Smith and Mrs. Eolln 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. -.Sunday School, 9:44 a.m. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S.
retired merchant and a mem- Smith; four brothers, Harold Sunday! ScIIooI''IU ...... Sunday School 10 ..... MornIng Morning WorsMp, 1 U ajn.Youth. 901 North behind Tutee Schedule of Service.:
ber of the Madison StreetBaptf.t Lewis, and Austin Smith, aU Morning; Worship U Worship. U ajn. Sunday Fellowship, 1 p.m.Choir Prac Free Drive In, Sunday Sunday Bible Study 10:09
I Church. of Starke and Thomas Smith, Service 1:00 p.m.Evening Wor- Evening. 7 p.m. Youth Night. tice, Wednesday 8 pun.Rev. School. 10 ajn. WorsMp Service Morning Worship II:00 a.
-Vt Surviving are one daughter Miami; two s'stsrs, Mrs. Dos- ahlp7p.m. Wednesday. 7:90 pjn. Prayer Robert D. Burch 11 aun. and 7 p.m. Prayer Evening Worship, 7:00 pjn. ,
Mrs. Marble Alexander; one ha Brown and Mrs. Jo Ann Thursday night Prayer; Meet Meeting, 'rIda7.1IaO pjn.Rev. Service) 7:30: p.m. Wednes m.AU other Evenings-8:00 p.m. I,
son Frank G. Hemingway. Jr., Rowe both of Sanford. 7110 p.m. .- Y.W. KIdd, pastor CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH .
and sister, Mrs P.S. McMU- Funeral services were held Ivy Luke Pastor day.Leroy Olive pastor E.L. HAMPTON CHRUrilAIJ .

lan all of Jacksonville; three at II a.m. Thursday (In the De- SMYRNA MDStONAKY! Sunday School. 10 ajn. MornIng CrT, associate pastor. CHURCH
KIngsley lake grandchildren and one great Witt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. BAPTIST! CHURCH LAKE BAPTIST Worship 11.Training Union Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng ,
Revival grandchild. Mike Whlttli.-ton officiating.Interment S KINGSLEY 6:30. Evening Worship. 7:30. Worship, 11 ajn. Evening
Set Funeral services held 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday: rvlcest Sunday School 9 30; Training : DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Shaw
were In New Hope Cemetery Worship 7.James pas
was Pastor
Sunday School. 10 ash hW r- LeRoy Dalrymple, BROOKER
at 2 Sunday In Jones Me- Urdonlu.lS wn-jjon '
For Aug. 1-8 morial p.m.Chapel with Rev. Den- near LaCrosse. Preaching. U ajn. Tralnfaw U. Up ...1 Evening Worship.7S90 Sunday .School 10 a.m. Worship tor.
-------------- Evening Worship p1.m Services U 7
5:45 a.m.and
ton Sumrall officiating. Interment nlan." : pjn. Prayer Meeting 7:30 BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ,
Virgil Lovett. pastor- was In Crosby Lake Cemetery VETS REMINDED 7 pun.Everyone: welcome. Wl: teldlY.} Sunday School 10 ajn. MoraA pjn. Training Union % pjn.Rev. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH >>:
evangelist, will conduct revival with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ------ -Wilbur Dyese, pastor. FartorRev.' Robert West. : > WorsMp. U BJH.S EveotngiVorsMp Lacy Conway, Pastor. BROOKER. FLA. Sunday
services at the Klngsley Lake Home In charge of arrangements Florida Veteran Service Director 7:30 pjn.j Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pas tor.
Baptist Church August 1-8. M.T. DIxon Is reminding CHURCH OF GOD Mating. 7:30: ,Wednesday, GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Supsrln School. ltentedTRracetrdsgU
starting at 8 each night. NEW RIVER BAPTISTS -Rev. J.". &Iunde..lIUtoJ'. tol,
p.m. the more than 2,500 Florida OF PROPHECY BROOKER Sunday School. 10 ajn. Morning ,
veterans' 10... Morn and.i School: 10 ajn. Morning U and 7 nlon. 6:43 p.m. Lowell Douglas.
Herbert SullivanServices returning home each : Worship, ajn.
Mr. Lovett has degrees from 9uadaeyrSchool U YourwhcPe'e Worship ajn. Training MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Director. Worship Services, U
month that there are certain I ajn.
Valdosta State College and a were held Saturday. deadlines which must be met !in Service 6 pwm.EvangellsUe Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship Sunday fits ajn. Sunday. p.m..t..John Roi..lIUtor.EVERGREEN ajn.. 7:90.: Lavern Outlaw,music -
master's degree from Luther July forll.rbertW.SulUvan. order for them to qualify for Service, 7 p.m.Wednelday S p.m. Wednesday Night School II a.m.. Morning Worship director.
He Is former service, 7:90 p.m. Everyonewelcome. 6 Training Union
Rice Seminary. ,
MeetI pun.
67. Starke, who died Thursday various benefits from the Veterans r. BAPTIST .
of Grace Baptist Church 7 Evening Worship HEILBRONN BAPTIST
pastor Administration. 7:90 Come and worshipwttnus. p.m.
: pjn.
15.Born. Northwest
and a former teacher at Brad- July L.L. Parker, pastor. Wednesday -7:90 Prayer Ser Highway 125, CHURCH HIGHWAY 18 N.
First of all said Dixon federal .
In Lee, Florida Octo- Lawtay. Sunday School. 10 .rn.
ford High School. He Is now Sunday :&:School 9:43: a.m.
law veteranto .Rev. Bobby lUrrls, wash
In requires a Sunday
ber IS, 1903 and had lived "cReY. Morning Worship 11:15. -
pastor at Trinity Baptist Church Starke 20 He advise the selective serviceof PINE,LEVEL; BAPTIST Bob Cooper, Pastor Morning Worship,, 11. Training
over years. was Night I
In Apopka. GREATER BETHLEHEM 10..m. S.PrrPrayer 7Meetl Union 6:30 Evening Service
his address within ten days of Sunday .
automobile Wednesday g
employed as an Ms discharge. This notification FREE: WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship U .... Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Albert Knight 7:30.: Midweek Prayer : i
Special music will be presented painter. may be In person or by mall. Cor. Ash Chestnut Sunday Services! Booster Band Young Sunday School, 9:48: ajn.; : p.m. Service 7:30. ;
nlghUy by Ellis Martin, Survivors Include two sisters: Federai regulations also give School. 9IILMRtN,4: ) Momlns; Worship; People, and Prayer Service), 6 Morning WorsMp. 11 ajn.EvenIng pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy .Howe. ::1 f
Mrs. Mamie Toole of Winter
youth director, and his visiting ,Hl&tS cvl 7 pastor : i
veterans certain reemployment p.m. Evening Worship, pjn. Worship.p.m.1'Wed.Prayer .
BaptistChurch Haven and Mrs. Annie Tuenrof LAURA ,
the e CHURCH
choir from p.m.her.. Jasper Williams
Midweek Wednesday. Meeting and Bible
rights, Dtxon said, "but, he Service Stub 7
Cleveland Ga. Lakeland; half-sister, Mrs.Daisy pastor. Strickland Sunday School, 9:43: a.m.D; ''i) .1.1tJh
Padgett of Jacksonville, must apply within ninety days 7:10 pad Rev. John p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. Morning Worship, 11"01.EVen.: CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
The pastor Rev.. Robert L. and a half-brother. William A. within date of Ms dtlchanre Pastor. G.F. Prevatt. pastor. Everyone In* ,Worihlpi 7:30 p.m. Midweek LATTER DAY SAINTS I
West, Invited the public to attend Sullivan Jr., Jacksonville he Is Interested! In returning Bible Study Wednesday 1404 E. Dissent Road : )-
this series of meetings. Services were held In De- to his former place of employ- STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 p.m., Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a. ::, .;
Witt C. Jones Chapel. Burial ment". Sunday School JJador fc45( Morning (Highway 100 at Theressa) Be In church Sunday. m. Sunday Serial" I.10, a.m. Sacrunent. ,
In Prevatt Worship 11; end Senior Sunday School- ajn.MornIng FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
was Cemetery. Veterans should be particularly o pun. J
of deadlines MYFgroapev atun.Wednesday Worship U...... TrainIng Sunday Service:Sunday School Frank Jarvta >pastor> Mia 7:30
aware pertaining Monday : p.m. H i:
--"I to various Insurance Youth Choir Rehearsal. Union 6:90' p.m. ; EvenIng 9:48: ajn. Morning WorsMp, Tuesday Primary 4:30 pen i1.I'
7 pun. Prayer: Misting Worship 7:18 pjn.Wednesday 10:45 ajn. Evening Service,7:15 l
plans. For example a veteran Wednesday Relief Society r
7:90 Chascel Choir RehIanal.7D. Night Prayer Services Youth Group Meeting.Sunday ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC j
has 120 days from the date of pjn. 7:30: pjn. f
Pine Congregational 7:90: pjn. Rev Merle 6:90 pun. CHURCHMACCIENNY Jesse :.1 li l-
Valley Ma discharge in which to con- D. Branson, Branch
vert Ms Servicemen's Group) -DeWltt T. Farabee, Jr. Packham, pastor. -J.C. Brown minister Sunday. Mass 12 noon. Holy President .i I
Life Insurance (SGLI) policy to 3ey Mass 6:90: pun. : t

a private plan, without havingto LAWTEY CONCBEGATIONAL.HOl4NESaCH ) l
Holiness Church : R.CH\ ------, ------------.----- ---- ---------
-- -
stand an -n lnadon.
Sunday School U a.m. r- I 8S
There are deadlines on other : ; It 1
Located off 301 Down Gravel Road By benefits such as dental care Morning Worship U a... Youth I

Bradford Furniture Corp.-Starke 1 Fi<11\ ., and Until education recently,under there were the GI dead bill. Service? pjn.1 pjn.j; Evening Worship rt- J I II &i

lines for securing GI Home Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7JO The Church 8
Saturday Night Loans but these expiration pjn. ; / 11a
dates were abolished by law -Rev. W.B. CIIauace7.lIUtor. 11t
enacted by the 8Ist Congress. PLANTS t >
7:30Sponsored : Dixon says that veterans could I C
find out about the many benefits RACE BAPTIST d.
by visiting the Veterans CHURCH STARKE
By County Service Office, contact Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning i tlcl
the Veterans Administration or Worship at 11. Training I and WATERS. !
The Gospel his office at Post Office Box Union 6:90: p.m. Evening Worship *, cld
1437 St. Petersburg, for Information 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer <
FEATURING that may protect their Meeting 7:30. --Rev. Leon T. biai
Messenger rights. Odom Jr., pastor Th* church: plants me teed of 'faith water and till 1M totl. a P : aiai

MADISON. STREET BAPTIST CHURCH Theo arc in* thing thai a church can do. and no more w7,1N fo
'h I
Servqtrits: ." ,..BAPTIST CHURCH htgWorsh p.U 10 ajn. Mom-' then God provide the love and 1lfc-Mng essentials. The Idto faa
ajtn. Evening. .. / I
.... :'SundglPSchoal'1:43; Morning: .
r: Worship. 7 JUH.I Prayer r me of'oll.l r toff
then M barren
Of( Jacksonville .Worship at 11; Training Union, Meeting and Bible. Study. I growth depend on type .U .
6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; M
Evening Worship, 7:30.: 7 pjn. Young Monday People 7 p.m.Meet.tr'every I mediocre. .or fwN';. Your life with God will grow according" Sccv

Th... Sing Ar. Held Every 4th Saturday Night Monday; Choir Practice Youth Choir for Grades Practice -, G.F.W.lcome.Prevatt. pastor. Everyone to your will and deWe."Bltmd I It .<:: ti

., 3-6 7 p.m.Wednesday. -- Prayer Meeting t / ,It the man thai woJkrlh/ not I 'In .the co.1 o// .the q l ,

Everyone Invited I p.m., Church Business Choir Meeting Practice, 7:30: ST. CHURCH STARK O1JC ungodly'' nor ttandtth, ,in the way of/ tinner' *, nor ullelh' .in' ,

I Father James Cretan pastor.
8:30:--Denton p.m. Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday the teal of' ,the tcornful.' But his delight Sumrall pastor
-- - - - Mass, 10 ajn. Holy Day Mass I ,
7p.an. : Lord, and ,In hit .law doth lit meditate day and "'9hl. And

Confessions Saturday 6 I
he shall/ .be like e tree flanttd' by the river of ..'.r," :

pschool of Religion I .'
Grade School Sunday U II I t

ajn. to 12 noon e. u-,.N. ....1 Nr.+..... _i to MitaMM r T .r
SAVINGS High School .. Wednesday -III ...-.... ..**...." M.
7 to 8p.m.NORTHSIDE" ht- *4 Sk....*hr-,to nrftt
IM .In, b .verses Mi. nl..'...ii. WNkMlft t
.*. INM**to. .tor .IM 4 M M Nan YSj L.PO''
,BOOKLET. BAPTIST CI1 MM MM? OTf .. Ml. .but I ..
CHURCH & M Sunday Morning Worship, I II\ .. .. .hnMft. ... fIIWL "'"""" I
9:45; Sunday School 11. Sun- ........ w da..Mwpai, (
day Evenlna Worship 7:30.: """ .O.d to*. ..*.rf..._rf U.

Wednesday Evening 7:30.: It @

ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL mm'i ...eMk mi m..*i, It.., m* _) .
dw..MY.aw"Mw..Mfd. \
electric airconditioner Holy Eucharist, lit and 3rd II Ll r rJ
Sundays 10 a.m.Morning Prayer -

2nd. 4th and 5th Sunday, J -_.- ,
10 f fI
ajn.John M. Flynn, Rector __ _______ ________ ____ ____________

Bible School, 10 a.m. Worship STARKE "66"

Services 11 teem and LOIIIA SERVICE
e pan Midweek Service Wednesday '
7 p.m. Ladles Bible / V'G -- Kill Edwards l'h. 964-7231
4 Class Thursday U a.m.Church .

,, i 1Vj located 16. ope block west on SR .. 5<1 \JS1 '. Tire Truing

--J.P.H. Bell minister Headlight Adjusting
-" ..
Carl Hunt -
Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor- Wheel Kalanc and

ning Worship II ajn. Youth 589 E. CaD St. SUrke, Fla. Allimmetit
Service 6 pjn. Evening Worship
7:30: p.m. Rev. 'Tommy 14-HR. WRECKER SERVICE ''II.. M4-S745 for FREE AIR-CONDITION SERVICE

L. HIlliard pastor. Hlway 301 and 100
and Estimate
epectloaa AH Minor Repaid

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'. %t STARKE Sunday Sunday School, 9:45: ;

Morning Worship at U, sermon BRADFORD
44 : "The Limits of Loyalty"; STARKE
: 6:15: p.m.. Church Training ABSTRACT CO.
J. Evening Worship 7:30: sermon SUPPLIES, Inc. Grocery and Market
'''I'' .>;,, "The Deacon As a Servant"
.... .u Monday Youth Choir Practice Ac Hardware Groceries-Meats-Feed Better Service For You
7 pun.Tuesday T.stsrlag *

Young Musicians c.._. Paint Sappiiee' GAS AND On. Title Problema
Choir Practice; 2 p.m. New ,
... Jack and GMrsj Edwards Abstracts
River Baptist Association Executive sad 8 orttaTOMcfc Cede
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',11'\l v. tar Q'r.t..rl'. tin. mif.meriir: Iiit-e: IxmkVtnu : ") Supper 6 pm.; Youth Choir lit WaaktaftMi. St. f44'5170
1* :. .>('lit' ln'V: 'wner.h.1: k-.,. (I(. i witlt! nt' : ....!...:' : fit, -. 4 rli-iini1: air\ rt'ii'liiu\ >,for: : Atvl.: ? .' I' R.A. Meeting 6:30: ; Teachersand .
it'i\ In t"lh.it\', .,!I"\, '.1\1"1"."' '.", Officers Meeting 7:15; CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
V'ltv :III,I'.k'.. !I"" ""J.\.' !I.... "11 .I.,;tiwtlh rV.'t. I J nY4; ,- Church Choir Practice, 8:15.: ,

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Bonding Company AskedTo .

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Complete New HangerThe L TT ,

bonding company has been -Livingston also reported! (hat r'' : $ .

asked to complete the Keystone one old car had not been removed -
> Airport hangar which has been from a city; street and
j under construction since Jan- Chief Wally Muhlhofer volunteered July 17. 1971 ::1:4/k: !
[ uary 26. Action was taken at to see that this was Dear Sir: try side. They did not and donor -
> last week's council meeting to taken care oLe About 2 1/2 years ago our son, wish annexation, and pay no city;
} notify the bonding company that Gary, was killed In Vietnam.He taxes In order to support those
(the contractor had failed to -Agreed to place a street light Is burled In the cemetery at services which they now de-
[respond to requests to com- between Goetzman's Garage and Keystone Heights. Five times mand. They have made no noticeable t
[plete the building. the Recreation Center. my husband and I have placed contribution to the beauty -
i'fi! of of the area yet their young
urns potted plants on his
-Awarded the city's; gas and Invade downtown
.: Efforts to get the contractor oil grave and each time they have people stores
contract to the low bidder, after
), to complete the work on Cunningham's Gulf Service. been stolen, urn and flowers. and shops school; they The attractive tree-shaded Plant, Is also proud of the
lithe hangar have been unsuccessful Nothing artificial has been bot- tear around and on their motor home of Mr. and Mrs George Santa Fe unique concrete dock (at right
Airport Chairman Roy -Granted a request from hered. cars atunauthorlzed Craudon In the Seminole RMfee Beauty SpotIn above) which he designed and
[,Watkins reported.In Street Chairman Huntley Red- Since this Is the only thingwe speeds smash Into parked section of Santa Fe Lake Is a Just completed after about six
fearn, Jr. that street department can do for our son, we are cars at 2 a.m., using the highways "do-it-yourself" months of "spare time" work.
other action the council employees be raised from very upset to think there are as a drag strip long after took project that between, was constructed stone as the facing for the The concrete slabs rest on
over three years to complete almost entirely by the Grau-
curfew or midnight. central part of the house, with
people who would do such concrete and the Grau-
$1.80 hour to$1.85. pillars
Denied but Is now one of the dons with the
the exception
request of an ap- things. If the a large sliding glass doors giving -
person or dons are looking forward to
| pllcant Mr. North, for permission -Agreed to go ahead with per- Where are the parents has real beauty; spots along the little professional help In lay. a view clear through the of use free from
sons doing this many years ,
[ to operate a small the mowing of vacant Iota In would please been asked. And one gentleman picturesque waterfront. lag the cement blocks. 1M house to the lake. and
[ welding shop at his residence. the city; acting under the health get In touch with us we will at the Council meeting advised The U-shaped house, with the land-side approach to the house which worry over besets the rot of
This would be In violation of ordinance. Owners of the property gladly buy flowers for them that the parents should know two legs of the U extending (pictured above) shows the Mr. Graudon an employe'of wooden docks. owners
present zoning ordinances, and ; will be billed for the If only son's they will quit robbingour where their children are, and toward the lake with a patio pleasing use of "Virginia Log" the Starke Municipal Power
j would require rezoning Mr. work and summonses Issued grave. that they should be home at
My husband
\ North was told. for them If they do not pay is also offering night.

-Received report from Safety it was said.Ordered. a and$100 conviction reward of for the the guilty arrest Cloy Schedules
; The pure clean air' of this Monday Night Melee LeadsTo
f; Chairman Gay Livingston A resolution sent port;)'. lake region Is fast being pol Special Meet
that some wiring over the picnic to the railroad company ask- Sincerely luted, and the noises are deafening -
tables at the Beach had ing that weeds along its tracksbe Is there consideration On
Mrs. Kenneth any
Cooper Restricting
: been found to be deficient but cut to prevent a safety haz- for others Is often asked
Keystone heights F la. TwoAttempts
Felony Charge
was being corrected. ard. but there. FEAK seems Is In to the be no hearts answer Clay County; Commissionerswill Against

dv'RYdkidStfix' .sun and lives of a multitude of people meet In a special session
AN OPEN LETTER at 8 pjn. Thursday, July 22,
here and the answer the for public discussion of a re- to arrest a Key- tag and outdated Inspection plete pant's leg which was
I News Notes This reporter having lived only one they were given at the districting plan for the county.A stone Heights teenager at a sticker) alternated to serve the ripped off, and both he and
I here for the past 19 years Is July 13 meeting was one so proposed redistricting Highway 21 recreation spot papers' on the youth about 10:45: Burkhalter received minor bru
I By Helen' Egan Impelled to discuss the cur- foreign to these partsfor map based on the 1970 Fed- Monday night resulted in a Monday night at the Recreation ises. Before It was over Mc-
.... rent distress of our entire com- It Is locked doors watch dogs eral Census Is now under study free-for-all fracas and felony Center touching off a melee Daniel had Joined In the donnybrook -
munity.; weapons of defense and anger. by the Commission and School charges against Stanley (Sandy) that caused the two husky deputies according to officers
COMMUNITY CHURCH catlonal Bldg) this week. O n July 13 an overflow groupof The Keystone Council Is a Board. Guidelines for redistricting Grayson, 18,.and George F. to radio for help beforeit as had at least two other patrons -
The Celestial Choir renderedan Mrs. Robert Eklund Is dir- civic and public-minded body elected by the constituents call for fixing County McDanIel, proprietor of the was over. of the center who madea
anthem "Thanks Be To ector of the Vacation Bibleor zens and property owners attended of the Incorporated City elected t; Commission districts according Family Recreation Center. get-away before they couldbe
Thee" at the two morning warship Church School. She was assisted the regular meeting of by the voters. For; those to population and setting Grayson allegedly attackedthe taken into custody
by Mrs. Barry Wymanin Clay County; Deputies Leonard officers with fists and a
services 8:30: and II a.m. the Keystone Heights City Coun- School Board districts according
residents who is
alarmed are lar- Jones and David Burk- Grayson a 6 foot 4 or 5
pre-school planning.FELLOWSHIP soft drink bone In the ensuing -
last Sunday morning. Pastor cil to discuss these problems gely newcomers who attendedthe to registered voters. inch former star basketball
halter. armed with misdemeanor which ended
Stewart McCord's sermon message but no satisfactory answer was Council meeting and expressed The proposed redistricting player with the Keystone
CLUB warrants for Grayson the outside of the
on on ground
entitled "The would the smallest
Back of theBus" given. give geographical
their dissatisfaction Heights School team
Game-Fun Day will be held two traffic charges (Improper center Jones lost one comllVDIAN -
was applied to the present Upon arriving In Keystone late with the Council: and the coun- area to Com-
day conditions and how today (July 22)) at 1:30: In the in 1952 we found a real haven ty officers It behooves you to missioner Elbert Saunders of Grayson was arraigned at 2

there Is only one way to be a Lions Club. Members can rea- and a place of quietude and step forward and show your District 2, and the largest area & _",,__ ''W' I8i'MdIJI' p.m Tuesday before Justice of
Christian In these distressingdays. lly enjoy fellowship while playing friendliness that was very enticing interest and cooperation in this to Mrs. O.J. Murrhee ST. who the Peace Graham Hutchinson
games, and winning a prizeor with its 60 or more problem. The way you do It Is was recently appointed to fill (Lake SanU Fe) In Green Cove Springs where
Announcement was made that two. Then, the social hour lakes within a ten mile radius by annexation. In so doing you the office of her late hustand BEACH By Michael H. CbiUy i he pleaded: not guilty to the
the Vacation Church School with light refreshments under and friendly people who had have the power of the ballotto until the next election. Her Phone 473-1812 traffic violations: and a hear-
chairman of Arts and Crafts Mrs. Ethel Weyman's! planning retired and settled here from elect City; and County officers district. No. 5. extends from 8 Rr4'dR44'.4+ARB AI.'IiI ing was set for 2 p.m. Saturday -
Mrs. Steinmetz Is still gives more opportunity; to know many walks of life. In those who you feel will meet the Duval County line on the Aug. 7, before Judge( Hutchinson -
desirous that members contri- others. Remember to providea days every latchstring was a- vour desires. north to the Putnam County; Greetings friends and neighbors Mrs. Ruby Wolfe and Mrs. at Lake Jeneva.; Gray-
bute broken strings or pearls gift. August 12 at 12:30: p.m. Jar and the welcome matgreet- line on the south. from the Storm Capitalof Beulah Smith attended the Anderson son pleaded guilty to a chargeof
and other "Junk" Jewelry; also Is the regular monthly lunch- ed the visitor. This reporter back In 1964, The proposed redistricting the world. This Is jour family reunion In Relds- using Indecent and obscene
artificial flowers and styrofoam ; eon and President businessprogrammeeting. Days of unrest came in the had the pleasure of full and map has been approved by Sam Rolling-Reporter with the la- vllle Ga., Sunday. language and was fined $26 and
which the students will Marion 1960's which was so great, part- unanimous cooperation of the Saunders Clay County Supervisor test. The latest Is mighty; sentenced to five days In Jail.
fashion into Christian Sign motives Driscoll will preside and Mrs. icularly in the cities that the Keystone Council, but they only of Elections. slim this week guess every- Sunday afternoon 1 attendedthe
to be hung on Christmas Vera, Lambing. 2nd vice. President Influx,of families escaping the railed. he( organization of the v .an one stayed home out of the Ground Breaking and Dedication Ho entered a plea of nolle
trees. The School will be held will arrange' 'for a progra"t' problems their ;4reas'came Senior Citizens as sponsors .,. .' .I.t.... weather' \ Ip fead.pf Iguq ssing Ceremony" jol the pro- contandre (no contest) to Die IS,
felony charge of
from July 2G through the 30th. : \ # faa;., too,i fastto, ,, thesm4Laity. because' constituency' DID :Mrs'loIttrGRhmf ,q" 7'''''>'When tJlo temperature will reach 'porry*where the t'lP.W' HamptonBaptist wilfully "knowingly
The Keystone Heights mem- ...... Church win 'f resisting arrest with
of Keystone Heights. Important V 100. we're all to >e built.
Mrs: Gloria Redfearn. Chul'c1Secretar'3' bers of the Bradford County !NOT; CARE. And so these newcomers Services Held trying guess physical violence" and was
Is the fact that most of when We all enjoyed dinner on the
we'll have
I will be la her office without have a day
Senior Citizens Club In Starke placed under $5,001 bond on
week-day mornings (Edu these!'! newcomers did not settle acually put these early and In Keystone Hts. without a storm. I heard the grounds before the ceremony. this charge with trial date
!In Keystone proper. but a- weatherman say last week that This Is truly the beginning of a
older residents "on the shelf"
set for 2
(Con't On Next Page) p.m., August 7, before -
round the lovely lakes and coun- he expects the storms to be dream come true and the answers Judeg Hutchinson. lie Is
--Helen V. Egan Mrs. Dolta Graham 73, of settled down by late October. to many many prayers also
$51 bond each
S.E. MCKAY tl tlrl Park of the Palms Keystone the members of Hampton Baptist on
Heights died Sunday morning Well I wrote In my column ., who are dedicated to serving of the traffic' violation char-

REALTORHOMESACREAGES DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Society Burden in a Gainesville hospital after last week the fact that Granny a coming Lord. ges.
an extended Illness. She Copeland came home from the McDanJel also arraigned
Keystone Hts. 473-4816 Crimes against property was born 'In Ashland Ohio, hospital. But I'm sad to say FISHING NEWS Tuesday afternoon pleaded notguilty
have risen over 100 per cent Nov. 2. 1897. she went back In before that Roy Griffin of Griffin's Lodge to a charge of knowingly -
STARKE in the past ten According column even went to pre.s.last (east shore Santa Fe), reportedthe and Wilfully obstructing and
jeara. Surviving Is her husband Archie Sunday night to be exact. I'll bass have been biting early opposing deputy sheriffs In the
RENTALS" PHONE 961.6200KEYSTONE to l'inkl'l'ton's, dishonest Graham; two daughters tell you she's In there now, in the morning and late In tlie execution of legal process and
employees and shoplifters account Mrs. Hilda Mae Mannings, Ontario and hope she'll be out by the evening. Roy guided William lawful execution of their legal
ASSOCIATES for an estimated $2 Canada and Mrs. Elsie time you read this. She has Wyman of Starke, and they duty by doing violence to the
Mr.. M.1 lb. II.an 473.4 74u HEIGHTSPHONE billion loss to retailers alone Miller Atlanta Ga.; two sons, hardening of the arteries and caught 9 bass Tuesday evening. persons of said deputies. lie
('01. J. Chaaalniton 47J-4679 with an equal amount siphoned James W. Graham River Vale is not getting enough blood to Roy and his party caught 9 was placed under $1,001 bond
L. J. Robin aon 473. 1035 47.1-3176: : off from industrial ".J., and Charles C. Graham, her brain.. Thursday morning Bass Thursday and 5 Friday. with trial date set for 2 p.m.
Paaefial c.", 473-4098 companies. Atlanta, Ga.; her mother Mrs. my mother Cricket, Mrs.Blon- Thursday, Aug. 5, before Judge
Jessie Shrlver Ashland Ohio; ale Dlrkman of Starke. and I SAD SAD STORY utchln son,
one brother Lester Glen Shri- took Uncle Howard and Aunt Uncle Howard Bradberry of
a hS ver Atlanta; 16 grandchildren Lena Uradberry to catch a bus Oxford, Ala. caught around 40 Answering the radlocallfrom
7 l and four great-grandchildren. In Lake City. back home to Oxford catfish off from our dock and Jones and Burkhalter for assistance -
You Can TS Ala.; after spending six would ya believe when he lifted were Constable Ray
? t Funeral services were held days with us. Friday night, we the box out of the waterto mond Wingate two additional
x at 2:30: p.m.Wednesday Jones were visited by my grandparents clean'em the bottom fell deputies from Clay County two
Memorial Chapel Keystone Hubert and Palma Chlttv out and they all got awavl Poor deputies from Bradford County -
Heights with Robert Willey of and Lin and Oulda Qulk of Uncle Ha ward cried all the way the Highway Patrol and
Park of the Palms officiating Starke and Marty; Allen of Pompano back to Oxford. Keystone City Police
Interment was In Keystone Beach
Heights Cemetery under direc- --""""""- ........... .. ....,u...._
tion of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Charles Strandberg came by
Home. for a visit with his mother
Mrs. Jo Strandberg, Thursday
afternoon after going to the JflISA'Y1NG
Veterans Hospital for tests.
New Tire Safety Paul Lee, and Greg Strand-

I I Law's Labeling berg and Rickey Thompson visited ij
r I s3:; : her on Saturday. Mrs.
Code Is ExplainedThe Strandberg now has a new great- .
granddaughter to brag about.
Leah Susan Mclntire 8 Ibs.
new system of tire 4 oz. was born to Steve and
Identification and record Dottie Mclntire of Frltzgerald
v4 '1t" 1C t.C'oarF N. "rv9M- !d keeping is now federal law. Ga. last week. Congratulations
All tires manufactured after

N --- :May 22, 1971 must carry a Mark Reddish of Starkespent
the weekend with his grandparents -
rn::: ; iJ i-= new identifies type serial the manufacturingplant number which Mr. and Mrs. D.W.

J .!Ll:' the tire size and type Carpenter. Mark's parents
Dolph and Shirley Reddish, and
I. and the week of manufacture their son Greg spent Sunday

n /' We'll build this home for you on your property. You'll B"t-:: : = : according to the Tire Indut- with them.
!.rwi'0\ [ 0 find that it's engineered 0 built to really last built i try Safety Council.
Ljvr xix. out rugged materials that fo on and on with little or no _, J L The tire retailer is required Recent guests at Griffin's
maintenance We'll completely lmi h he outside ol thIs home at an amazingly low price. We'll include Lodge Included: Mr and Mrs.
the shutters and two coats of quality paint.Now the hard part is finished and here is where we'll stopIf by law to record the Bobby Moore and family of You Wm When You Save!
you tell UI to .Vbutwe will do more. As I matter ol (fact alter (finishing, the outside we'll stop at el-" name and address of the per. Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs David -
state o( Inside completion.Then you take over and do some or all o. he costly inside"nishmTr L' son who buys each such tire, Webb of Gainesville; Mr.
Just a little 0' a tot rt doesn't matter how much but the more 'inside finishing you can door A Lt*& or along with the new serial Bamberg and friend from Montgomery
( yourself(. the LOWER YOUR COSTS and the more money you'll save. 11 number. The manufacturer Ala.; William Pye and TIM prize' fee avehlertac. thwertkwhO elao6tt

OVER 20 MODELS HIGH QUALITY -'e.cmuJ TTOIfU. All Jim Walter-built homes are hlfh.in quality. We'll use heavy duly' ,00finC. hardboard "wonder" Mrs. Harry Thomas and family wee by u.. COGII'' aware p* the fact
siding and all .lummumwIndows.Vou can depend on minimum upkeep In a home that will keep right GET COST AND COMPLETE I INFORMATION new serial number will of Daytona Beach; Mr and that awffrtSBilltif 0S\TfHaT AUfcaM the)
on looking good year alter year. w. wen you '10 haw all the fact*. w.wan run to know appear on the sidewall of the Mrs. Jack Pitts and family of
rvrI ....t tt -.. mat your monthly _nu Yulee Mr. and Mrs. Dick Fritz Uffavac*) between wishing and
-u..tJlJ/.lJ/.AJU would IM to our homM on your propertyWnd tire near the rim of the HAVINn!
eu.l,fled properly OW".,. tar our Ira uta.e.Iemn. and complal .tutor- and family and Mr. and Mrs.
trillion or Hop by your ..".., d.tpl.y p>f* 'location. wheel. It might look like this : A.C. Brown of Macon Ga.
We finance the homes we build and will even Include In your mortgage the cost of the materials that DOT WYL9 ABC261."DOT" .

you'll use to finish your home. -T
r --. Jeff and Joan Miller,and Nancy FULL BANK SERVICESfi.rblag
\\It'h '/ ''J. w .'Ii ok I I JIM' WAITER HOMU .... I means the tire Naples of Keystone visited
:JOIo'.: hew:' o... NMG meets or exceeds Departmentof Crescent Beach last Sunday. AecovaU Bank By Nail
..hlw.ra e 1.a. ..." .'d.... sod .1/ "na' ..... 1 Transportation safety T.C. Miller and Harvey Finn 1lNtMy Depart id IOMSI Drir, L Teller
bwliny.n-y" lw.Nrty 1 tt. standard, "WY" is the code of Melrose were In Jackson-
I .nd..n" 11..... ....''eI b. ate. lrM+xn0 1 Deposit Faa Loa Serrlc
last J8&t1l :
oIo""o"on N My onel I assigned by DOT to the manufacturing ville shopping Thursday.
.1 .....yoy. .Id' .yw......... '}f f"w Lou Miller and Joan were in
1 ..... ".. 01 _..' 1 plant. "L9" Is the Gainesville taking her mother

Jsckaonrille. Ocala L.... NAM'_ _- .- tire size. "ABC" is a groupof Mrs. Ruby Dyal. to the doctor
Fla. 31205 Fla. 32670 PO BYioo' I ADelmS 1 up to four symbols op. that day and Nancy, Shawn, KEYSTME STATE BARK

3281 West 300.1 South E. Dunl CITY .tutsP.O. I tional with the manufacturer, and Kelly Ingerson of Vero

B.er S6248 P.O.Pin.. Sc. 30390 Be Olue'.e I ,.,.-,>,... (..na.hbafL' to identify the brand or other Beach went along with them. Wetnber PJXLC.
Box 9H 'Ph. 752-8558 I I"".1 l 'w'. .... .1..41.+ ....... 1 significant characteristics of Friday night Jack and Lou R.tal.a. Oela",, Pia'Tear
Ph. 388-1585 Ph. 622-8118 the tire. "261" means the tire Miller visited Ms aunt who Is IIuIt Ja Yoar I'rt.QrL..a.

I 1.o _dr.to ewp I was made during the 26th In the Intensive Care Unit In ...
- week of 1971. Alachua General Hospital.

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are even appreciative of the

efforts In their behalf of Pre- FOR'SALE. ,
sident Joe Kerrigan of Sliver 3 bedroom completely FOR SALE A.J. Thomas, Registered Real
CLASSIFIED AD RATES fur. hou8e> located at
Lake. Joe recently entertained MARY Ponffe Hose 610 W; AdMns St. Sai]( price Estate Broker, Specializing In
Mr. Friedson who was MJalmam Charge .... 1.7! LEW'SWELDING All Brick ,HomesWe Appraisals for Estates, Individuals
? $7,000, financing can be ar
guest speaker at a special Clubmeed.rw. (C...... IS word) Best Crad SHOP ranged. Call Bill Powell, Bro Build Any Price Also general and Corporate real estate Owners.bus-
He enlightened the
ker. 964-6464 on 984-3810. Home Anywhere In Fla.
members on many Important Each word ever IS-7eSe CARTER Any 51.. Any Color iness. Thirty; Years experiencein
services of the National Council Extra Charge If not Whispering" Pine .A1p- tfchg .: WE ARRANGE; ALL Florida land matters. Tel.

of Senior Citizens renders tel US 301 S. Phone -_.... FINANCINGLow 964-5701. Starke, Florida tfchg
paid In advanceCLASSIFIED
$3 Pair No. =
for their members and all older PAINTS 961-8232 Down Payment -

folks. The July Senior Citizens DISPLAY $2 Pair No. --
newspaper contains a supple- UTILITY TRAILERS '"'::. Over a Hundred Designs FOR SALEor lease. 4 br,
ment program for the White '1.541 Per bob SAME $1 Pair No. CUSTOM BUILT s o H ru .are n+c. Tcj Choose From Brick house central heat

conference in November 1971.Rep. Memorial HecohtloM. GAS AND ELECTRIC MERRILLCONSTRUCTION. A/C. 2 blocks from Post Office -

Wilbur Mills;Sen.Charles Proclamations, etc -7e word 2 Pair for $$1 Yes WELDING BRAZING CO. $135/mo. or $22,500. A-
vailable August 31, 1971. CaU
II, Percy and others have attended PRICE METAL --- 3 Miles North of Starkeon
CARDS OF THANKS SHEET Gainesville 376-9666 or see
and spoken at State White OF MILO
,TRAILER HITCHES BEAUTIFUL Sealy Mattress 4 U.S. 301 at 323 N. Walnut St. 4tp 8/5
House meetings. Members are 10 word or less .. ......I."
Lowt. innerspring and foam. Phone 961.8521
cordially Invited to visit the Eaeh
club and Join as a member. word ever *-To AS tfchg Regular price, $99.9 set. This Starke Fla.* it ,
week $59.95 with trade-in
Meetings are held at the Recreation -
Center on Pratt Discount tfchg
Street In Starke on the second FOR RENT -12' wide, 2 bedroom Jacksonville SAVE UP TO $100 NOTICE SPORTS

and fourth Tuesdays of each trailer outside city. per year -
month. The next meeting Is limits, J.B. White 964-6114. If 102 E. BROWNLEE fREE use of a professionalpest BARRETT MOORE BOAT FOR
July 27 at 1 p.m. no answer call 9648647. control spray tank with Stark and Keystone YOUR MONEY

purchase of 3.95: can of BUG Heights area CustomersHastings Water Condition- Carrier!
PERSONALS INTERSTATE MOBILE )Homa CIIEK Concentrate. Guaranteedto Starke Ph. 964-5791

Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Bishopand moving In Fla,. Call 964-5604.. kill roaches for up to 6 Mattress ing and Pump Co. Room
daughter Roberta for tfchg months. Bug Chek available at Air Conditioner Complete Outboard &:
merly of Pittsburg Pa. have the following progressive dealers and Upholstery 130 Court Street Touch Control Comfort' 'Center Stern Drive Service and

recently moved to their newly : Starke-starke Builders Phone 9645832PLUMBING Two or Thru Spurt Cooling Repair. Complete Fiberglass
purchased home, formerly the 3 Bed Rooms 2-1/3 Battle Supply Ace Hdw., 219 E. Wash- "ItQ St. Johns ATe.PALATKA o Fluible' All Flow Controls Repair. Custom-
Singly home near the school. ington St.; Starling Farm Supply o Automatic EvenTemp
tn (it
Mrs. Bishop Is the sister of In this modern home of 2400 225 W. Andrews St. o Eitti,rmo Large Washable filler built Fiberglass Fishing

Mrs. Thomas Gregory. sq ft., with Cent air and heat. mode to BROOKER-! Green's Grocery Is Open AgainFURNITURE Water Conditioners o Corrosion Resistant' Casings, Boat!!.
Mrs. Ernest McLean, son David Don't miss this one If you your 4 Mkt. LAWTEY-. Waters o Model'for Special, Windows.
her mother Mrs. David are in the market for a large individual hearing Grocery. 2tchg: 7/22 and Pumps

Jamar, and Mrs. McLean's home and grounds Terms.A.J. rtquirtmtntt at no Repaired Refinished WELL DRILLING as low as WATER FRONT LOTS
grandmother, Mrs.Julia Futch, Thomas Realtor. Tel.964-9701 WILL DO baby sitting In my Sales and Rental FOR SALE
both of Jacksonville, .drove to additional toil. home, Monday Friday, day ReupholsteredNEW $H9ooSLADE On Crosby Lake and Crosby
Charleston, S.C. for visits, and or night. Wanda Jackson. 964- MATTRESSESFREE\ Repair Department Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet
on to Charlotte, N.C.:, where FOR RENTMountain Cottage ALL MAKE HEARING 5603. 2tchg: 7/22 24 Hoar Service wide 8 feet deep) Located on
David McLean remained to visit $45 week completely furnished. ESTIMATES State Road 100, 3 miles West
his aunt and cousin, the Weeks available In August AIDS REPAIRED GAS
WANTED- Waitress, exper- Call Collect 328-2144' of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vaca-
Harry Rudolph! family for an and September. R.E. Ed- ienced only. Evening shift. Call 1971 CLEARANCE SaleAll '71 tion cottage, mobile home or
extended time. mondson. Star Route, Box 49, GAINESVILLE HEARING] for Interview. 7823886. 2tchg Mobile Homes must go. Olln's and Appliances Investment.
David Richardson, 14 years of Black Mountain, N.C. 28771. 7/22 Mobile Home Sales, 100 West. ')Prices start at$1,295.00, $200
age, has been house guestotthe Phone (704)) 669-6861. tfchff AID CO. Starke tfchg. 332 W. Ka&isonISTING: : down and $35.00 month for 36

Albert Dazeys and their two 1137 H. W. 23rd Av.. COMPLETE JANITORIAL Ser- months (8 1/2 % simple Interest
teenage sons Robert and RIchard FOR SALE: '69 Volkswagen, SEWINGMACHINE ).
of Lake Brooklyn. Da automatic transmission, radio G In. ..,11I., Florida 32601 vice- Carpets shampooed FOR REI4T Trailer space in Call 964-7701 S a.m. to .9
vid's home Is In Whitehouse, heater. Dark blue white Phone 376-0095 house trailers, windowswalhednoorsscrubbed.Phonw Lawtey, privately owned, large p.m.'weekdays tf
N.J. While here he has been interior. Call Waldo 468-1187. lots. Call 782-3655 or 964- [!
enjoying all the water sports Itp. 964-5771. Boyd Service tfchg 6214. Itp LOTS'FOR SALE Starke Golf ,

and places of Interest of this WANTED TO BUY- 5-to-15 a- Sales and Service & Country Club, ready for }i
area. The purpose of his visit FOR SALE Bedroom suite cre tract on 301 or 100, near MACHINE PFAFF NECCIII FOR RENT Mobile home In HOMES building on or for investment. '
was to spend some time with Bookcase H.B.; 9 dr. dresser Starke. Also rental property; SEWING New HomeUniversal Lawtey. 12 x 60, with carpet Lots area approximately 1/2
his grandparents 'Admiral and & mirror; 4 dr. chest deep $5,000 to $8,000 price range, AHDVACUUM on large lot. Call Marvin Roller acre and larger. Paved roads
Mrs. Bell of Ocala. The Dazey drawers. Excellent condition. In or near Starke. Phone 964- 782-3655 or 964-6214. lip AVAIUBU only 3 minutes from town.
family next week will Join David Phone 9646319. 1 tp. 7361. FOR SALE: 7-1/2 HP CLEANER $49:50 up .- Prices start at $1295.00. $200

who left last Monday for his Wizard, like new, $75. 14 ft. Parts & Repairs on INSUBANCB: YOUR LOT$3,50b down and $3? per month. I
grandparents. They will be FOR SALE: 1969 Ford Country boat & trailer, $175. tfchg SERVICE all other Make Ma- AT REDUCED KATO Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
guests of Admiral and Mrs. Sedan Station Wagon, 8 pas chines.NATIONAL. AUTO. FlaB BOAT tfchg
Bell and view the launch of senger. A/C, Power Steering, 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand All Mako ... DOYLE.E.OONNERUISVIANVX
Apollo 1 IS at Cape Kennedy on Power Windows, Radio and Stereo cleaned at Dahmers Dis- AOKNCT

July 26, After the launch, the tape deck. Vinyl Interior. count, fast service, tfchg All Mod.ls laM O.C. Carnes
Dazeys will be entertained at Excellent condition. One owner A11 W. Univ. Ave/ Nursery

the Officers Club at the Cape $2300.00 Call Starke, 964" CALL Gainesville, Florida; Thousands of Plants
by the Admiral and Mrs. Bell. 5200 or 964-5205. 2 tchg. ASSISTANT MANAGER GARDEN RESTAURANT-Wait
Fruit '
378-1355. 1600 Sa FT. Trees
A grOUP of youth'of First 7/29. 964.8561 or 964.6363 ress wanted, no experience ne- Trees,

Baptist Church, chaperoned by Local company needs a hard cessary. No phone calls, apply OF Evergreens Camellias,
the Bob Hendersons, the Frank working person. No experience in person. ttchslCARPENTRY ''Azaleas. Roses

Johnsons and :Mrs. Albert Da- RegistrationSet necessary Call L.D. Barrette, VACATION MONEYcon.g. UWNOAREACALL Mart In can plant. AnytimeLANDSCAPING
zey (of which David Richardson Holiday Inn 964.7600 on Thursday Students-mother PUMPSNEW
was a port)went waUr TubIng For SFJC 1 p.m. to 7 am. or Friday MASONRY
Average $8 for 3 hours
dally. worls done
reasonably.Estimate U MI. S,E.
( of Stark,. Hwy. lOt
In rubber tubes) last Sat. from 8 a.m. ill noon. If unableto Customer Service from AND USED
your given. Call Keystone Florahome
urday at Itchtucknee: Springs. call send resume to 21 w. HeightsGENERAL (59-2165
Early credit registration home hours flexible. Write

appointments ; : 473-4728. 4 tp 8 /12
Mr. and Mrs. William Can Church St., Jacksonville 1 tchg. SALES
{ for the fall term Watkins Products, Inc., Ladles
non who have been residents (Term II) at Santa Fe College Division, Dept. 7-3, M.S., PARTS SLADE
this area for some time, may be made through July 23 FOR SALE 1970 olds 98. Call Box 2447,Memphis, TeM 38102 SERVICE MODERN MASONRY
have finally completed and in the Student Affairs Office 964-7404 or 964-6019. 2tchg Itp FARM AN11Western BUILDING
Deep and Shallow Wells
moved Into their new Ranch (Room 134) at the West 7/29 Nell Tucker .
Store HOME Approximately 3600 &1. Ft.
on Highway 100 toward 723 West University and
Starke. One of Mr. Caimans Gainesville. FJltersPlumbing Western &Work CIcthes. including A-C Office Ajacent
enterprises which he will be FOR SALE: 1960 Falcon $100 To Ry-Ry Ramp for Truck
Early registration for the fall Boots & Stetson Hats
Good engine needs transmis SERVICESFor Loam 18.500 Terms
engaged In at this new home term ,
will be conducted Supplies Veterinarian
by appointment Saddles Tack CALL
Is the chicken business slon. Call 964-6658 after 5:00.:
only, August 10-20. p.m. 2 to. 7/29. EXPERT SERVICE ON Supplies BILL POWELL:
Mon. Wed., 8 to 6
..l ar ALL MAKES Thursday 8-12: Information BROKER

Texas Horses Quarantined PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE Frl., Sat. 8 to 7 CaJllaebonriJJeCollect 9M-M64 9646810tfchB

I e Main St. Lake Butler
: Due'to Disease ThreatFlorida
v Phone 496.6041
The Glass

has closed Its bor- erlnartan, was Informed that Glass
ders to horses and other e- one case of VEE was confirmed -4 r filler BrownVolkswagen
qlne species from Texas because at Brownsville, Just a- 1 FOR SALE One acre, 3 bed- SEMI DRIVER TRAININGWe For
of the danger posed to cross the Texas border from CABINETWORK room house. Off 301 N.; $4- are currently offering
the multi-million dollar .Flor Mexico, and another case was 500. Call after 6 p.m. Ph. tractor trailer training through All CARS and TRUCKS
ida horse Industry by Vene- confirmed at Beevllle halfway Expert Reproduction n 9646950. 1 tp. the facilities of the following Installed While-U-Walt

zuelan equine encephalomye between Brownsville and San C. E. JACKSON truck lines: Sheridan Truck Custom Vinyl Auto Tops
lltls. Lines, Truck Line Distribution
Antonio. There are a numberof FOR SALE- story house 4
Commissioner of Agriculture cases In the Rio Grande 1313 W. Madison Btaifce bedrooms, 2 baths, central heat Systems, Inc., Express Parcel 1017 N. Main CMOa

Doyle Conner signed an emergency Valley, with 51 horses dead and air-conditioned,wall lowell Deliveries Inc., Skyline Deliveries -
order forbidding the and 100 showing symptoms Dr. carpeting. Phone 964-8835. tree a Veal t..fI). Inc. For Applicationand

movement of horses, mules, Campbell said. tfchg !Salsa Bervke 'WI Interview, call 904-388-
GENERAL FARM 4607 write
or School
and other USED WIZARD drver and
asses any equine species The Mercedes-Benz I ML Worth 01'I'b Mall Division automatic -
disease Advance
Is formof ,
a severe Systems,
Texas to Florida because AND WESTERN STORE washer for sale.$99.95.
Venezuelan sleeping sickness. In Mexico FIRST TIME: OFFEBX9 GAINESVILLECLASP Inc., c/o Terminal Bldg., 1716 Dahmer's
equine Discount
encep- 2tchg:
halomyelltls (VEE:) has been last year, it killed 6,000 hor- AUTHORIZED McDuff Ave., Jacksonville,Fla. 7/22
One of the 'ulcer hares f
diagnosed In ses. SALES\ & SERVICEGAINESVILLE 32205. 2tchg 7/22
areas of Western Work Clothe !lara J B-R. Central Heal
Texas, which Is under A vaccine made available
now a was
acid Air. Many Extras
federal quarantine.The but It takes two weeks to Boots Stetson Hot ENVELOPES, all
119,950 Shown IV A9-
disease, which Is 80 to disease establish, Immunity which Incubates against the In Soddlas Tack"VH.rinorian poJr.taent OJl t. sizes.Bradford County Telegraph LOOKI LOOXI

horses 90 per cent: fatal to Infected three to 10 days after a horse Supplies 4300 U.S. Hwy., 441 CALL Union County Property
the U.S. border
is bitten BILL POWELL:
from Mexico after sweepIng by an Infected mos 372.4226 FOR SALE New, black plastic For Sale
northward from Venezuela quito. Mon. W.d. 8 to 6 BROKER davenport and chair. Telephone Lake
Into Mexico. The disease Is Dr. Campbell said he expects 8 12 115 S.E. 2nd St. MH4&tall 782-3623. 1 tp. Fla.
borne by mosquitoes.Dr. intervening states to prohibit Thursday to I Cholc. L.k. !Fr..t tt R.ad
movement of Texas horses across Fri., Sat. 8 to 7 378.2311 FORMER NURSERY school tea- F., Sal.. ,
C.L. Campbell, ltatevet- their borders. WE REPAIR and sell nearly cher to baby sit In her home. H.ighr.
Main St. Lake Butl.r LU's every needle made for any Infants and pre-school. Wlnn- S/D. Zan.J Hom" > Onl,. '
NURSERYOpening Aug.
t'oW: 56 Dixie 1736
area. 964-8519. 1 {
Serving Florida Phono 496-6041 16. State certified teacher 4 brand stereo regardless of age. P. 14-Unli T.II.r c."" Good
1 yrs. Ages 2 to 5. Limited en Also the long play records at L.c..n.SlOry .
Since 1950! : Part time bar-
6 rollment. Phone 964-8404. $1 off regular price
WANTEDMaid at To-Rena 2 tp 8/29 mer' Discount. tfchg Contact tecder.:: Preferably female. Apt. Bldg. With" 4 Aet.t
Mrs. Eland
I tlorifa hr $ fine..rav Motel. Good pay. Come after at 4734809or DATSUNGAINESVILLE )I Land 0.
a r reedng ervce, 473-9627 after 4 p.m. H.d.loce"< 5" ..,.
3 conditioned
p.m. tfchg FOR RENT 2 air
: ''ot. 1
Lake. Call 2 tchg. Holiday Inn. r Sawarage. A''.. Buiinan
_. I rwr vr.vrog-qa-.D WATSON'S cottages Klngsley ''raperty.
after 6 p.m. Phone 533-2366.
: ,K HOUSE OF VACUUMS tfchg. Country: Subdivision
PLUMBING ; Largo Lot,
I Mr*, Cnrol.vn Cordially Many.)(* brands of new vacuums 10% DOWNIs 4300. .M.. W. 13th :5t. Choi. Location. Far Trailor Or
KavcKerreentutlve CONTRACTOR 39.00 up. Used machines from all it takes for a qualified 372.4226 Ha"",...
Welcomesl'h.IfsI.iI2 $10., Expert Repairs all makes. Taking application fo buyer to own this large 3 115 S. E. '2nd St.

New ConstructionAnd Parts and Accessories for all, bedroom home with family rm, .1 ill Or Wrltm B.B. And,..., Rt.
You and Your vacuums.' Built.-in Central vac- FHA-235 large eat-In kitchen, huge !living . 7J-1\11 e '! .. Box JSO, Lake Bvtlar. Ph...
Repairs umn cleaning Systems N. room with fireplace, nearlynew 94-4471.
I 122 N. IJ.iyi.St.SIirKe Family to Your
Main, Gainesville 376-7110 New Brick 3 and .4 roof, new paint In A out, 4fp//
New Home UcGIII Bedroom Home beautifully refinished hardwood I

Co. BIC PENS. Ball Point Helfills Can for Details floors, fenced backyard,'corner ,
Plumbing *- Bradford County; Tele- lot, priced way below appraised WELDINGWrought

The State of Florida M.lroto, Mo.1 475-1691 graph. Low Down' Paymentand Westmoreland value. Drive St. &by If 746S. Interested FURNITURE

It In Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and Moderate Monthly call 1 904 295- C Quality Home FurnlblnjOutom .

To Aquaint You With Your City.If VACATION MONEY CARL BEGGS Pa7'llleJILONGCHAMP 2063. tfchg Glenn Conner. e DraperlM Iron, Porch And

College Students--Mothers- Gulf ServiceUSED HOMES FOR SALE '67 Camaro, 6 S. Carpeting Patio Post And Roils
you lire new In the area a phone 'Average $3.00 for 3 hours dally. PARTS Nlr..e NI U cyl., Standard, Radio & Heater Interiors by Victor Built, Aquarium Stands,

visit Customer Service from your Ml .ss..fltl.eite ; $900. Call 9647586. lip 1640 Park A.",. Orange Pafk' Garbage Can Racks, Mail
cull will hrlnir you a prompt home, hours flexible. Write K'.s Ftfcee for Wreck** Can ... 244-M31 ll f Box Stands Custom

W ATKINS PRODUCTS, Inc., .4 Bow Wrecker lent.. ,
Please Rive ---
ietdal hostea* Built
from ,IOUf, > Cattle Rock For
Ladles Division, Dept. 7-3. M. .
her a She has map and many S., Box 2447 Memphis, Tenn. Oil SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned.. MOVEDJ Pickup, Mobil. Home
call 38102. 1 tp.T -Used Cars Metal Stps.
oiled and.adjusted) III. ;your & H ELECTRICNOW
free and VmTdtrful gifts!' for you Hwy. Ml N. WaUe home $5.00. VsMttmn' cleaner

from local husinesses.t WK DOMT. HAVE: ITwell ( IN-11N w repairs also. All work guaranteed. 4 Miles, SOUTH'ON 301 Super Test Station
.. r:: Phone
.* II ** ra., Olulea Dennis E. Cogglns.
.. r ... 1:1.: 24.HOUR 964-9958
I. =. ., 431-1428 tfch SERVICE PHONE 964-8808 ,Ii, p or 9646489l
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