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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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No. 2 Thursday, August 5, 1971 Copy



School.Bonds.



Vaccine Set

Taking the first steps

toward bond issue to

Board Ups finance construction at

For HorsesIn Bradford "Middle! School

and Bradford High School,

the school board Tuesday
School
Pay
BradfordA authorized preparationof

: / $800,000 in revenue

certificates.The .
Across-the-board salary increases of $200 were

five-day schedule for the vaccination of approximately approved for instructional personnel and $100 for non- board Is not contemplate

600 horses in Bradford County against VEE instructional ing selling that large an IssueIn
personnel by the Bradford School Board 1971-72, but the agreementwith

(Venezuelan Equine Encephalomyelitis) was announced last Thursday night. Fiscal Agent Harvey lIen-

a.. nan calls for the bonds to remain
Wednesday by County Agent Bobby Taylor
Proposed by Supt. Tom Casey "Basically, It Is a cost-of- validated and ready to be

Taylor said the vaccinationwill 9 to 9:45: a.m.Frank Hill the raises total about$54- living Increase," Supt. Casey sold for two years. Money to

be done at no cost to the farm, off Bayless Highway. 000 for the approximately 270 says. But he added one big finance the bond Issue wouldbe
horse owner, but It will be 10 to 12 noon-- Jack Andrews r employees. There were 218 Instructional reason for giving the raise race track tax funds.

tile owner's responsibility to farm, Lawtey (SR 225 west). personnel which Include Is that new teachers are required What IH recommended bv Suet,
get his horse to the nearest 12:30: to 1 pm.Moody'a besides teachers, administrators to participate in the Tom Casey for 1971-72 Is$350-

vaccination station at the proper Store, SR 100, New RIver. secretaries, and state retirment system, as opposed 000 construction at the middle
time 1:30: to 2:15: p.m.Brooker county office employees. to the teacher retire- school and $250,000: at BUS.

All Florida horse are now Farmers Market, Brooker. Lir Teacher aides were given a ment system. New teachers Also on the list of needed! 1971-
under quarantine, Taylor said, 2:30: to 3 p.m.George RIv- 10-cent-an-hour Increase which have no choice, experienced) 72 school construction Is a

and cannot be moved exceptto ers farm, Graham. will amount to $92 per year teachers had a choice lastyear. $40,000 bus barn plus additionof

the vaccination station and 3:15: to 3:45 p.m.SR 18 or about five per cent The new retirement system an administrative suite to
back home. Horses can be at Hampton Lake, Waldron which Includes social security the present USO Building costing -
moved, however, 14 days after farm. 35000.
benefits, costs a teacher three
vaccination.The 4 to 4.30: p.m.SR 18, Ther-
cent of his
per more salary, The board
vaccination was shown draw-
ordered by the U.S.program Departmentof was ella 5 ,to Ernest 6 p.m.Lal Trlest farm.Margie Casey points out The $200 Ings of the proposed construc-
CountyRoad per year raise Is about three
Agriculture In Florida and tion by Architect Don Morgan.
other southern states to Ranch, Highway 214, Lake Geneva per cent of a beginning teach- Now the school board has
establish -
a coast-to-coast bar- and Gllsson farm, SR 315. er's salary of $6,500 per year. the problem studying the total
6:15: p.m.-- HUlcrest, Highway -
rier against the northward 100 and 119. The raise put beginning salary problem and deciding how
spread of the sickness which 7:00 p.m.lIay. for teachers up to $6,700 and far It Is willing to go In 1971-
: Hague
has killed more than 1,300hors- Farm, SR 100 between Lake ranges up to :$12,000 for tea- 72. A work session with Morgan -
es In Texas since July 9. Geneva and HUlcrest. chers with a Rank 1 certificateand has been set. at the ar-
Foreman 15 years experience chitect's suggestion, for next
will 7:45 p.m.Camp Immokalee
The vaccination program Wednesday at 7:3U: p.m. in the
start today(Thursday),and con- Brooklyn Lake, Keystone Casey said the raises can USO Building to begin work on
tinue through Friday, Saturday, Heights. be met by using funds from the problem.
and Monday on the following four teachers positions and
schedule: MONDAY, AUG. 9 Resigns other changes In budgeting.The The board committed Itself
5 to 8 pm.-- Union County total school budget will not be Tuesday only to preparation of

THURSDAY, AUG. 5- Riding Club arena, Lake Butler changed.The\ the bond Issue; It must later

,,2 to.2:45: p.m.Starke City ,", .' w In a sudden move last Wed- superintendent also determine whether or not conditions
Limits on SR 16, Tommy Reams pointed out that surrounding! favor selling the bonds.
the
nesday of Road
resignation
farm. Taylor said, "We will be Foreman RJE. Jones counties have given teacher pay Hennan said the bonds couldbe : \
3 to 3:45: p.m.Morgan Road operating on a tight scheduleand by the Bradford was County accepted raises and Bradford must remain ready within 90 to 120 days.
Chapel, Morgan Road. cannot wait around It the Commission. In a competitive position. Construction at the middle
4 to 4:45 p.m.intersection horses are not on hand at the school consists of a $90,000

Brownlee Road (SR 229)) and right time. Please cooperate by Named as Ms temporary replacement The superintendent said he special education unit and related -
Bayless Highway (SR 225>;E.L having your horses at the station is Assistant Fore- also recommended higher Increases arts room, a gymnasium -

Norman farm. on schedule." k man Leon Ellington. The com- for some administrative shower and dressing
5 to 5:45: p.m.-- Intersection mission formally affirmed Its personnel. The school rooms, and a large multipurpose -
Brownlee Road (SR 229) earlier action Monday at Its board, on a motion by Charles room.
SR 16 In Brown Sawyer, passed a motion that
and Starke Fate
regular meeting. BITS additions !
home. County no one In the school system proposed area
Exact nature of the circum- second phase of construc-
6 to 6:45: p.m... Theressa, --- -d receive more than the $200
stances Jones' tion to build a new librarynow
surrounding resignation increase.
R.M.7 to Hersey 7:45: p.m.Old, Jr, farm. Lawtey Budget H. may b. th* n.w state 4-H president but the cows still must b. Ud. : has not been revealedby Sawyer's motion had the effect ( termed a media center)
the and a counseling area. The
county. of
cutting Casey's other
Road, northeast of Starke, Rex construction would mean demolition
Anderson farm Motion to accept Jones' resignation recommendations. of the two
one-story
8 to 9:30: p.m...Fairgrounds, Airing and to appoint Ellington Casey's 1971-72 salary was class rooms on the south end
Starke. his replacement were made set at $17,611. Basis for that of 'C' Building but would not
by Commissioner George Roberts Is the superintendent must receive '
disturb BP Building or the two-
FRIDAY, AUG. 6 On TapA Walter Prevatt New head of the road department five per cent more than story portion of 'C' Building
2 to 2:45: p.m..._ Hampton the next highest paid employeeIn Supt Casey left no questionthat
.
Elementary School area,Hamp- the ststem.In Bradford County
Roberta! said the board has he considers the two big
ton. been dissatisfied with the o- the highest salary will be projects of the highest prior-
3 to 3:30 p.m.R.E.. Mow- public hearing on the coun-: received by Bradford
: High
peration of the Road Department ity lie said he will be willingto
million dollar budgetIs
ry's Farm, Hampton. ty's new Principal Charles Francis at
Matters came to a head pull out of operating funds
4 to 4:45: p.m.Eddie Allen set at 9:30: a.m. today In $16,772, so Casey's salary was
he said the finance $410-
Wednesday, during a $40,000 to a
commission's room 4-H
SR farm 325., south of Hamptonon In the the new courthouse.The meeting. State PresidentBradford conference between he and placed that at five per cent above 000 bond Issue, even at the

Jones. expense of several teacher u-
5 to 5:45: p.m.- Morgan Road spending bill for 1971-72 The board met to review its nits.
(west), old Oliver Underhill totals :$ ,070,091, up $152,231over The long time road foreman new $4 million budget. School
Indicated he would
Wednesday
farm. last year.But county mill- millage Is 10.8 mills, same as Specific actions taken by the
6 to 6:45: p.m.__ Merrill Crif- age remains at 8.307 mills, County can now sponsibility; Is to run the coun- awarded a trip to the National tender his resignation, Roberts last year. school board Tuesday were:

fls farm, Griffls Loop, Starke. the county: commission having boast of not one, but two state cil. 4-H Congress on the basis of said. No other changes, besides
7 to 7:45: p.m.. IntersectionSR held that line again as It has presidents of agricultural youth 4-11 runs under council system -,- being a state achievement a- Soon after, Roberts said, he the salary Increases, were -Hiring of Fiscal Agent Harvey -
100 and SR 18, Phlfer farm. for the past several years. organizations. In which the council serves ward winner. contacted Commissioners Dave made In the 71-72 budget. Casey Herman to prepare the bond
8 to 9:30: p.m.-- Fairgrounds, yearly as a legislature meet- Shuford and Ralph Bryan and said a copy of the new Issue.
The newest such top state
Starke. The commission's stamp of official Is Walter Prevatt, who ing three or four times a year, "Being selected State Achievement the decision to accept the resignation spending bill, Incorporating the -Retaining local attorney
I approval was put on the coun- Thursday was elected State to plan the 4-H goals and ac- Award winner, IsMs and to name Ellington salary, increases, would be Gene Shaw validate the bonds.
SATURDAY, AUG 7 ty's first million dollar budget 4-11 tivities. There are 10 districtsIn greatest accomplishment In as temporary replacementwas ready for the board's action
President of the Florida
8 to 8:45: a.m.Dorsey Davis after staying up well past midnight the state and each district my opinion," County 4-H director reached. Roberts was unable Tuesday at Its regular monthly -Agreed to Shaw's suggestionthat
Council. His election came durIng -
farm, off Ba'le8l1lIghway. the past two Thursdays has two representatives on the Bobby Taylor said. "It to immediately reach Com- meeting. bond attorney Roy I'urvls
with a lot of work by Deputy the Council meeting held council. miisloners Eddie Allen and of Purvis, Cray, and Powersof
Clerk Ruby Williams Ingathering In conjunction with the annual takes years of hard work. BeIng Zedra! Hamilton last Wednes- Gainesville be retained to
4-H Congress at the University In 4-H, the president Is elected ejected both achievement
togetherfigurees.commleebn'e day, but !the vote Monday was certify to the Circuit Court
changing of Florida. from this council and winner and president In the unanimous. Hamilton seconded the board's financial condition

Last month Jimmy Alvarez cannot be elected Just from same year, shows that Walter both Roberts' motions. Young Is sufficiently in the black to
In other action Monday: the of Starke named state the floor when the Congress Is more than qualified." switch a 1967 $500,000 Junior
was president
meets. This makes It At the same time Monday,
CommissionTold : necessary lien bond Issue be
Future Farmersof can switched
of the
moter of a proposed subdivision America. minor elections before becoming nessee round-up this week In Incoming bills and made board's $1.2 million Issue of
on the southwest shore fLake Prevatt, 18. has been a 4- a presidential candidate. hopes of learning new Ideas several changes In the coun- 1965.
Geneva In Bradford County H member for the past eight Prevatt was on the council as which can be applied to the ty's purchasing. The clerk's DoubleYoung

to first have his plat approved years. His main Interest has early as last year. 4-H Congress In lorlda. office was Instructed to notify -Employed architect Don

by the zoning board.S. been In raising beef cattle. said that The round-up Is the same as an firm servlcelng county Morgan to prepare drawings of
uhf! <]Jnum(2Irirr( He started out In 1964 with The first new goal president is to give 4-H the 4-H Congress In Florida. equipment to list the vehicle voter registration has the middle and high school con
his
( .. Page 4)) one heifer and since then his Congress Is the method by which number as well as the county more than doubled in the past struction.In .
In the state a new outlook.
herd has grown to 25 head the state government Is brought purchase order number. two weeks, according to Mrs. considering what size bond
In Stork.rAugust including 15 registered black "4-H Is looked upon as an down to the counties. Neva Flynn, supervisor of e- issue to float the school board
The board also Instructed the lections.A .
13.14 Angus.A old fashioned organization fora must decide whether to shoot
July Rainfall 1971 graduate of Bradford bunch of farmers or for only mosquito control unit to begin
total of 68 young persons for all of the $675,000 of con-
its tires at the
changing own
High School, Prevatt now plans 9-12 year olds, Prevatt said. between the age of 18 and 21 structioon Supt. Casey says Is
STATE Below maintenance barn Instead
: AverageJuly county -
to enter Lake City; Community "But It's not true. We have What We of having !it done at local have now registered to vote In needed, or whether to cut down ,
SOFTBALLTOURNAMENT College In the fall and majorIn projects In electronics as well service stations. An Investigation the county Of these, 61 have to Just the high school or middle -

rainfall has apparently either veterinarian scienceor as farming. It's for the kids Mean Is was begun Into a bill froma registered as democrats, 5 as school A recent survey of
seemed to be more than It animal husbandry 9-19 In urban areas as well rag supplier who charged republicans, and 2 as belongIng building needs for Bradford

was, according to statistics "I would Uke to be a vet, as rural. $60 for 100 rags. Commissioner to other parties. schools for the next five years

provided by the Department of but It takes a lot college,'* further In Terming him a' "frustrated Ralph Bryan ascertained that Black registration seems to placed additional space at the
As far as going
s.. Outstanding Forestry headquarters on SR- Prevatt said. "I have always policeman" says police chief DuPont where he works, pays be running slightly lower than middle school at the top of
4-H the
new president seems
100 west of Starke. been sort of a rancher and candidate Jimmy Bowen has $23 hundred. the list because the committee -
per the white with only 7
end of the young
to be at the line.
Slow Pitch, Play The month's rainfall In the really enjoy It. Either way I given some persons the erroneous blacks registering to vote. thought conditions are
Prevatt said that he has
no The Tele Ellington who has been ser- crowded
there.
county averaged 5.41 Inches, want to achieve one of them. Impression Most estimates have It that
than half the 50-yearaver- plans for running for national graph was being critical of him ving as assistant road fore-
leas school board
That the
Ceurt Of puts
there are about 700
In 4-H there Is young per
yr His speech to the councilwas president. an
July of 10.87 Inches. In Its July 29 Issue. man under Jones, took over as Into the position of thinklr-
The on the Uniting of the Coun- of 9-19 and sons eligible to vote. Goingby
section temporary foreman last Wednesday -
Cup (Eammunitutatr! Lawtey got the agealready necessitate the middle school Is first prim
? these estimates, less than
which would
most rainfall with 6.9 Inches: cil In which he expressed his 18, Nothing of tile sort was intended afternoon.He Is 43 years
thus ache
ity, relating high
,( & anhAccountsN.Wflns. recorded at the Louis 11111 fire desire to serve the council and Prevatt running for The Telegraph meant to old and has been with the road 10 per cent of persons have construction which the board

tower there. The New River how he felt he could better organize national president while still convey the Impression that can- department since 1949, except registered. has been trying to Implement
According to
Mrs.
ir.a tower recorded 5.3 Inches: and It Into a progressive state president, should he didate Bowen has wanted for a for five years, 1951-56, or a Flynn for the past two to a
district In the years
council that could better his mind about running.At every county
Up To.J20.000 By the Santa Fe tower 4.1 Inches. serve change long while to be connected with total of 17 years. Is back seat or at least places
represented by vo-
the young
needs of the Florida 4-
There was only one woods H'ers. the Congress awards banPrevatt- law enforcement in the City of Jones had been Federal Depositnser.ee.Coro fire during the month which quet Thursday night, Stark and that Is evidenced by sine 1949 and has B, which Is New River. basis with It.
( burned one acre. It w II causedby As council president and head received a $250 scholarship die fact that h* Is giving up Ms served with the county: and the There are Just over six thou- A total of $190,000 In buUdS. -
lightning, the forest ser- of close to 28.000 4-H'ers In presented by the Florida Bank- city: council seat to run for the old State Road Department a

vice reports. the state, Prevatf main re- ers Association: and also was police chiefs Job. total of 30 years (see Page 4)) ( .. Page )




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Yawn-Strauser 1 Shower Given

L For Miss Gamble
Wedding Date Set
Bride-elect t

\ Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. -J Miss Sandra Melissa Gamble

Strauser of Gainesville announce bride-elect of Aug. 13, was
WOM6N the approaching marriage honored with a bridal shower
cf their daughter Carol Monday July 26, given by Mrs.
I Jane to Theron A. Yawn m, Gerald Thlgpen and Mrs. Robert -
son of Judge and Mra. TheronA. Underhill at the home of
Yawn Jr. of Starke to be the former.
Gladys Mooty, Society Editor, 964-7608 held August 29 in the presenceof In the living room was a flower -
the Immediate families. arrangement of lavender
-
mums and white gladioli cen-

M SY tered with a bride and groom.
Rehearsal Dinner 1 qJ The refreshment table was cov-
ered with yellow roses, wedding -
For Wiggins-Nichols s bells bride birds and a
miniature and groom.
Weddin9.Party ii This was balanced by crystal

= '_ candelabra with yellow tapers.At .
the other end was a crystal
Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy Ar I Ii ,
honored Miss Susan Wiggins ,' I 4 hA l punch bowl. Underhill
/
: .r Darlene
and PhlllD Nichols at a dinner //fit Twenty-one; guests were present -.
party; last Thursday' nightat to enjoy games,after which Wed'August' 17Mr.
I uw their t home on east!: Call: t one honoree opened her gifts To
street following the couple's a I ( \ The hostesses presented her
wedding rehearsal. with a Corning Ware dish with and Mrs.\Vasco Under-
The buffet table In the dining cover as a memento of the oc- bill announce ,tile engagement
room' was covered with a casion. and approaching i marriage of
pink linen cloth and centered their daughter( ,Darlene to
with an arrangement, of roses Jack Campbell son of Mr. and
In a silver bowl flanked by pink n I< Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wainwright Mrs. Eugene Lee, all of
tapers In silver candelabra.The had as guests last week Starke.
guests were seated on the Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Ryan The bride-elect is a 1971 graduate -
patio. The bride's table was of Lake Asbury Mr. and Mrs. of BHS. ",
covered with a cutwork cloth Billie W. Hicks and family of Mr. Campbell also graduatedfrom
with four crystal candle holders -' Athens Ala Mr.and Mrs.Mack BHS In 1967 and Is a 1969
with white tapers encircled Brown and sons of Orangedale, graduate of Santa" Fe Junior
with fern placed at Intervals Mr. and Mrs Howard Lusk and College. He Is 'I now. attending
FlynnCogdellEngagement/ / // down the length. Pink son of Williamson, W. Va.. Mr. college In Jacksonville. .
organdy cloths: covered the o- and Mrs. Lowell Moody and Mr. The wedding Isplanned for
the six individuals tables, centered and Mrs. T.C. Brown of Green Tuesday. Aug. '17t t at 8:30 at
by pink candles In crystal : 9FM1L; Cove Spring. A 14th wedding the home of Mr. and Mrs.
holders encircled with fern. anniversary was celebrated Gerald Thlgpen In Ralford bro
The Rev and Mrs. John M. Bridal place cards marked the .. honoring the Hicks. ther-in-law and sister of the
_.. ,.... ,
Flynn announce the engagement seating arrangement for the 34 .. -c 'LJ.lh.q}!! bride with a reception follow-
and approaching marriage guests, which included the..parents S/Sgt. Norman Rlgdon and ing at the Thlgpen home
of their daughter L Elizabeth Annette of the honored couple, the Melody Jean May Becomes Bride Set Bob Noe of Seymour Johnson All friends and relatives are
to Frank Cogdell; eon of bridal party; and out-of-town AFB N.C. spent the week- Invited to attend the wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. PrIt- guests. t South CarolinaMiss end with Mr. and Mrs. George and reception.
chard of Buffalo N.Y. and the Miss Wiggins i was presentedwith Of Mr. Patrick in W. Brown. Mrs. Rlgdon and
late Fabrique CoRdell. family returned to the base
an orchid corsage and she Melody! Jean May, The bride attended WinthroP with Sgt. Rlgdon after a two ,.__ BIRTHS___
The wedding will take place and Mr. Nichols were given daughter of Mr.:and Mrs.James College In Rockhlll S.C. and months visit with her parents
Saturday Aug. 28, at 4 pjn. a vegetable bowl to their chosen Mrs.- Rlctard L.
and
Mr :
Oliver Murray of St. George Is now a student at the Medical Mr. and Mrs. George Brown.
In St. Mark's Episcopal china pattern from their hostsas S.C., and David Keith Patrick University of S.C. She lathe Slefferman of Petorsourg Va.
Church with a reception In the a memento of the occasion. the birth of a daugh-
announce
Pariah House. During the dinner the honored .... .. _. .._... ___._____u < wsM son' of Mr. and Mrs. William granddaughter of J.W. Mrs. T.A Yawn Jr. was In ter on July 25. The maternal
F. Patrick of St. George S.C., Horne of Hampton, the niece the Alachua General Hospital
Miss Flyim attended Wesleyan guests presented. gifts to their were united In marriage Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. several days last week where grandmother Is Mrs. Merritt
College In Macon Ge and graduated attendants In' Susan Frances Wiggins Weds August 1 at 4:30 p.m. In Barksdale of Starke, and U1earaDddaupe.r she underwent minor surgery. Williams of Starke.
Assisting 'serving
from the University of were the Memorial Baptist Church of the late Mr.
Florida In 1989. She Is now employed Mrs. Gene Ivey of Dallas chard Philip Nichols/ St. George. and Mrs. C.L. May of Hamp ..
at the Trust Company) of Texas, Miss Jayne Hardy of The bride was given In marriage ot
Georgia In Atlanta. Atlanta and Miss June Hardy The First Baptist Church was with a deep border of the sheer by her stepfather, Mr. ton.The groom Is employed at Announcing the Opening ;

> i' the setting for the marriage of striping and vendee lace. She Murray.Mr. Westinghouse In Hampton, S.C.
Mr. Cogdell> graduated from DeVdeBassettEngagement Miss Susan Frances Wiggins wore a heart shaped diamond Patrick attended his son SERVICE
the University of Buffalo witha daughter of Mr. and Mrs. One pendant, a gift of the groom as best man and the ushers STARKE ELECTRICAL
degree In Mechanical Engineering A. Wiggins, to Richard Phi- and diamond ear studs. Her were Edward Patrick Steve Mrs. Helen Ricks of Florissant
and Is employed by Foxboro lip Nichols, son of Mrs. Myr- bouffant veil of sheer Illusion Mlms, Lamar Patrick of St. Mo. Is visiting her brother 130 N. COURT ST.
Corporation In Atlanta as tice Nichols, on Friday July was secured to a headpiece George and Richard Williams and sister-in-law, Mr.and '
Southeastern. renreaentatlve. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond De- 30, at 8 p.m. Rev. W.A. hogan made of silk organza and ven- of New Port Richey. Mrs. Larry Gibson, this week. FRIDAY AUGUST 6 ,I''
Voe of Starke announce the performed the double-ring lse lace petals In a face-fram Miss Vicki Barksdale of .The Gibsons also had as Monday ,
All friends and relatives are approaching marriage of their dlelight ceremony. ing .'!ect. Loops pearls were Starke the bride's cousin overnight guests last week Servicing Small Appliance and ElectrlctTools
Invited to attend the wedding daughter Ethel, to Sonny Bas- Centering the altar were two used In front She carried a served as maid of honor.Misses Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibsonof l
and reception.Mr. soil, son of Mr. and Mrs. L.M. large white pedestal urns with nosegay of pink sweetheart roses Susie Mitchum of Johns Island Merritt Island who were
Ballett of'Lake Cltv. arrangements of white gladioli, white carnations stephanotis S.C., Sandra Besslnger nroute on three weeks vacation -
Miss DeVoe Is a 1971 graduate and breath with Rebullclors of' Alternators, Starters, Generators and
lavender mums, pink roses, baby o f Ehrhardt, S.C. and Miss at the Grand Canyon and
Mrs. W.L. Thomas of BUS. pink carnations and white P>m- pink ribbon streamers.A Martha Ellen Williams of New Las..Vegas.Mr. Electric Motors For Automotive, Truck IndustrialAnd
and
Mr. Bassett Is a graduateof held In the
poms. This was flanked by tree reception was Port Richey were bridesmaid
have returned after a five day Columbia High School and candelabra with white tapers, recreation room of the church Nancy Horne of Gulf Breeze Marine Applications.
tour of the Smoky Mountain Is employed at Concord Mobile against a background of fern where urns of pink and white the bride's cousin served u and Mrs. Robert Barks-
and parts' of Tennessee. WhileIn Homes in Lake City. trees and large tiered candela- gladioli, mums, roses car- flower girl and Randal Patrick dale and daughter Vlcld. were
Tennessee they visited Rev. The wedding will be an eventof bra with white tapers.The pews nations and pompoms were used the groom's nephew was ring in St. George. S.C.; Sunday and ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEEDHOURS
and Mrf. Tony Gonzales and August 14 at 8 p.m. In the in decorating.Mrs. Monday to attend the wedding
bearer.
were marked with pink and lavender 5:00 DAILY
attended Sunday night servicesat First Chriatlan..Church In ribbons and burning Edmond D. Tenly) Sr.' 'Following the. wedding'.re- of Mrs. Barksdale's, niece Nee -- -8:30'TO -
the State line Baptist Church.Klngsport Starke. :Jf: ;*" white tapers centered the win- and Mrs. JoE; Hardy greeted .cep ion was held at the home of lody Jean May. Ir .7
Tenn. where Rev. All friends arid'relaUves are dow sills. guests and presented them to the bride's parents -
Gonzales Is pastor Invited to attend. Paul H.Faulkner Jr..organist the receiving line composed .
and William George and Miss of the bride and groom and
a e a a e a e aa- e e e e e e a
their Mrs. David E.
parents.
Carol Ann Hardy, uololstapro-
LOSIDA I vided a program of nuptial mu- Canova kept the bride's book.
Summer The bride's table was covered -
> I sic.John H. Andrews attended as with a white organdy and
EST lace cloth white satin edged
over -
1
best man and the ushers were
Savings OnSummer t Donald Carter Dale Crosby with lace. Centering the table -
V rOHIROl7t and Gene Wiggins brother of was a three-tiered wedding
: Needs : the bride. cake topped with a bride alkdgroom
I CIIUMCAL to Mrs. Donald E. Neel attended and decorated with wedding -
her slater as matron of bells and.doves. This was
FOGGER .honor. She wore a gown of flanked by two silver candela- POLICE OFFICER
Reg. 1,98.-1.111 lilac organza trimmed with bra with white taper. Mrs. C. CITY COUNCILMAN:

AUTOMATIC t Vendee lace styled In a similar D. Williams, aunt of..the bride, Full Time & Auxiliary t ',,-,
v FOGGER Reg.3.98-3.47 fashion to that of the bride. and Mrs. Betty W. .Register

FOGCER .J__ She wore a pink rosebud head- cut the cake.
I 1 Lb. I piece with pink tulle and green The twu iiunch tables were 1961 -1966 19691971
/..... ,__ s t.sv' leaves and carried a nosegay covered with white satin and
On cI"I Reg. white organdy cloths, centered
I ; a of
pink sweetheart feathered
\ roses, -
OOLDEM with crystal punch bowls encircled -
Aefaeefle, Rtlitti $1.37 lavendar mums and
I MqLRl81 white pompoms wits pink with fern and white pompoms -
\ A. eel.'
Mrs Larry Crawford cf
\ I K ill/ All Imelt, "i, 5 Lbs. streamer Mrs. James K. Smith and Gainesville Mr. Gene Ivey of

.. Or Yen M.g ;{ !/."::-x:.".:.,.'i'1- .!! R.g. ",89 I IIf Miss Ale Colleen groom Nichols of Starke sisterof and Sims Dallas HI, poured Texas punch.and Mrs. John

RittuMStt -a.-T I Floor hostesses were Mrs.
Mrs. Tom Southwell of Jacksonville
t .: .' '..... J $4.47 cousin of the bride Ervin Andrews, Mrs. H. Andrews
:.;--- I Mrs. Pierce
George ,
,
Valve/ served as bridal attendants.

;== Co/f'/thanlSm.:; Homogenized Golden r organza Their gowns styled were Identical of to pink mat Mrs.Jayne Donald and Carter June Hardy.and Misses Mrs.

of the honor Charles Darby directed the ---y
Nuggets Guaranteed I attendant and they
.t- tort Hour had the wedding and Randy and Michael -
same styled headpiece
To Kill Flies Any I and carried the same nosegays. Andrews handed out wedding
KILLS All the ROACHH, ANTS. prayer schrolls In the
., ... ... Place They Congre KImberly Lawson Okeecho-
fll *. "m qvlt fl ". I vestibule of the church before
.-.. iil...ftsh. uapl... In y.... gate. bee niece of the groom and the Handing out rice !
....... was ,....... Ne. wNkl Leigh Ann Coney of DeFunlak ceremony.Kim and Dale
Springs served u flower girls bags were Sonya
Hm rend
1 II In lilac organza gowns Identical Tenly and Sandra Louise ChlU a :
Also assisting were Mrs.Charles :
to that of the matron of honor. tv.
The bride, given In marriage Hardy and Mrs. H.M. 't\\t. \\ o1 a11
I, I II II by her father wore a wh.Iti Hatcher, Jr. RRS af lt'! itY ptycUe:a e1a \ \ eat

nylon organza gown In the pea- After spending some time with df.j0't 0990tc tb : stId11ke \\
t sant style with sheer bishop their guests. the couple left on 'to 't.e GIs a 1 1'e e
sleeves and a high neckline. a wedding trip to Gatllngburg, \0 e\et.\\\\tio1 \t\1 abloit,0\,6 i seekingske
The bodice front of sheer anOn Tenn., Cape Hatteras and other o1
te1 c11ao4tg exDet'cy
strioliw was outlined with points Interest In North Carollna. \ w In \ ee alway t.0 '
I a bib effect of venlse lace. The Upon returning Aug. 15 tld c: to: 1t: \\\e\\' cu to b e b1s e1.eda11 -
circular chapel .train.was edged south will reside at 620 East \ Qeoc etbs; \t\190\\ :::: a Eat 1res: fie anatlalts o
I I II Ii street, Starke.The t1 s4gat' \ Qo\Icg
MewArrlvafs" bride Is a 1909 on* \\\e c\\1' clluaa 41s1atoba. 0\ is" 0\\tie a1 Qast.lafi .
graduate, received an A.A. degree t.a'i am e \" \\
from Santa Fe Junior College ..o\1t bttoweel; .W". atleass e:t.9't\ ln cote Is as \\\ saAs \t\\'
\\\e
--- and Is now employed as aJ # ab11 \t \ 1

Capt. and Mrs. Jack F. Mc- office clerk In the Pathology sttebad as codepeQa est9Y a\\\ styceQ
Comb Jr. of Webb AFB, Big Department of J. HUlls Miller y:011 g : e ace Pcltc t6 1tb1s
I What are they ? Springs Texas, announce the Medical Center In Gainesville. e b\cblbe ..Sa18 eSGy11b
;I. .1 of .
birth Edlth -
daughter Leslie The groom served six years ta\\\\ot\, \\t\9't\
on July S. Pae.ma1cr&Dd- In the U.S. Navy cod Is attending lt9 \ al\\\e \wt11 wwt''
: parents are Mr. and Mrs Jack t.atf binsdhMec11y' t.\t\\ r.\\e\. .
WHO cares! Santa Fe Junior College. ) \\ "
Diazlnon i iI
Spectracide" contains McComb Sr. of Starke. He Is emjJoyed at Andrews 0.\,6" 9t.\'a\.6. ...e 4t0s1a
I and it kills chinch bugs,earwigs,bermudamites,ticks, I Drug Store) In Starke. \\0a9'ot' ".t, "a.

armyworms, cutworms, leafhoppers}sow,, bugs, lawn 1 Bradford the County following Hospital births announces \\let tin'!Ja\\\ ..\11b. 4 ".....

moths, ants, chiggers crickets, millipedes and practically THE BRADFORD sou \ a,9det.T
else that's bugging pas .,\\\ a\\\\ s\\9y-- .c',0C\
I anything t Mr. and Mrs. Joseph News COUNTY TELEGRAPH \ 10\' ,. t

I simplifies your lawn lawn.and Spectracide'garden Insect I Warren Newn, July, Starke 28.: a son Sean FvblUhed e v.fa& /*y Ttandar. \\\--a\\\ 10"C oI' .. e"\ "'...'.. r.\1.. ...
f. 138 W. CaAStrMtMarie & \ .
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I control. ', ..iff I ,.\ tt"tI.
Mr. and Mrs. Resale. Grif- rtotUa *2SMSecwMt 1.' .,eO,1 .,,&,,\ ,. .,U"tTAT
.:
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GERMAN' I fls, Raiford. a son Paul Calvin a" r.u.
1) CONTROLS -
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July 29. class fosU e paid V.\. U'-
AMERICAN ROACHES I .t Stark. Florid \.. yp" J E
Mr. and Mn. Step snE.Sim
r-I QT. R.., 6.85 HOW.6.67 I mona Start a son. Staples MwcrisUo Eat*et
.. t Christopher, Aug. 2. la leads anal .... per 1 '1

PT. Reg.3.9S HOW -- 3.57 7*rrt St.7S.la aaeeths.hrtMe .
1 Mr. and Mrs. David Hodges < trade area: Sue I

5 OZ. R... 1.95, .HOW -- 1.77 announce the birth of a daughter per jrearj a... .te --a. .
L tit 1
Karen Ann, born Aug. 4.
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f'f'O l ---1 CHILD HAMPTON DAY CAREIN Hew Electrk LAWTEY Aluminum Can

!JOlt'(1kHII All parents Interested In see- Servke Opening ,

Ing a child day care center This By Ease Bluebird Popular PastimeBradford
for this area are asked to attend FridayA

.. a meeting to be held at YOUTH WEEK Moore of Jacksonville Rick

Mr. and Mrs. Michael 0'- the Neighborhood Service Center new business Starke Elec- Grace United Methodist Moore of Hendersonvllle, N.C. County youngstersare
Karen Jean Lee Brian and family of Savannah,, An Thursday application night for at child 830.: tric Service, will, open this Church In Lawtey held Its annual and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. having a ball and some are
your youth week July 26-30. Casey Cathy and leeofStar&e.Mr netting $1 or more a week by
Ga sent the past week with can be obtained from Mrs. Friday at 130 N. Court Street. .
Weds Mr. MartinezMr. Mr. and Mrs. 1'.1Slade/ and Thompson. A small Miss Fran Hunter from Bir- and Mrs. Robert Lee and picking up aluminum cans and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer. for each child will weekly be chaged fee The proprietor. Jack Malton, mingham, Ala., and David GUI John Just returned from a vacation carrying them to the Reynolds
I from Plant mobile can recycling unit whenit
recently arrived In Florida City, spent the week
and Mrs. Robert E. Lee, \ Mr. and Mrs. WE. Crowson but this has yet to be determined from Marblehead, Mass with with the youth and directed the where to they Alburquerque attended the, cere-N.M. visits the Starke Plaza every

of Law ley, announce the marriage of Winter Haven and Mr. and his wife and three children, program. and Wednesday afternoon.
of the|.:daughter, Karen Mrs. Leo Thompson of Mac- + who are residing In Jackson- Others assisting In the pro- the mony reception of celebrating Eager boys and girls have
marriage their
Jean, to Manuel Charles Martinez Iw Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hamil- Mrs. daughter been bringing hundreds of
clenny were Sunday visitors ville until they can locate In gram were Idell Uoyett Karen to Manuel C.
on June.lt. In Albuquer- of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crow- ton and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Starke. Mrs. Berla Traylor and Rev. They also visited relatives Martinez. pounds of aluminum cans to
quo, N.M. .;. ;,;$i,*\; ,' son of Bedford Lake. Barker and family spent the and Mrs. Don Denton. The In the reclaiming truck for thepast
The wedding Ceremony, followed "1u/ 'Irt weekend in Panacea with Mr. Mr. Malton, 36, has had sew youth spent the week studying Denver, Colo.: Norman, Okla., three Wednesdays from 3
and Mrs. W.H. Thomson and eral years experience In the and Atlanta Ca. to 5 A slight change In
by
a reception was held Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews the parables of Jesus and the P.m.
In the garden :'at the home ol were In Folkston, Ga. over the Mr. and Mrs. John Griffin. electric field and will specialize meaning! of trust They clan" Is Miss Nena Day of Cedar Key schedule has been announced
weeks
spending two with
her
the bridegroom'! 7, brother In weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. In serving small appliances enjoyed folk singing, swim- for the next two Wednesdays
Albuquerque. Virgil Mathews and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long and Mrs. and the rebuilding of alternators ming and skiing. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. August 11 and 18, when the
Mr. Martinez Is the son oi Mrs. Lowell Mathews.Mr. Dan M, Pater Jr. o* Keystone starters, genera- Wednesday evening and I.E.I Priest and Lamar Nephew unit will be here from 3:30: to
Mr. and Mrs.1\Francisco M. Heights returned Sunday aftera tors, and electric motors. Thursday the youth were guests Roy Sills of Cedar Key 4:30 pjn. An attempt is being

Martinez of, Albuquerque. He and Mrs. Carl White week's visit with Capt. and Malton' of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Car- spent the week and on Sunday made to have the unit operateon
Mr. carries
an announcement Wayne Slgler and Miss Cha
graduated Mrs. Dan M. Pater m In San schedule to avoid waitingon
ter and
from St. Plus X and son, Robbie, of Miami were of his busi- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rue
new accomDenied bv San-
High School In Antonio, Texas Capt. Pater IIrJv1, the of those who bring
Albuquerque In Saturday visitors of Mr. and ness on page 2 of this Issue Gasklns on Mirror Lake. dy : s were visiting the. part
1963 and Is stationed at Kelly Air Force In.The .
served six Those cans
years In the Mrs. Robbie Shaller. participating were:
and will be pleased to greet Priests. Roy returned with them
U.S. Base. Lamar unit an assembly -
Navy. He' received his Priest, Debbie Jo Napier operates on
visitors to his at but
Bachelor of Fine Arts degree -- -- Mr. and Mrs. R.E. demons time. shop any Wayne Wainwright, Doyle Mrs.Sandy Thelma remained for and a visit. line plan, with the lightweight
Fagan Mrs.
from the University of New tnd family were vacationing In Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComband Kemp, Doug Arwood; Dean Nor- Ruth Housley of Deland visited cans poured In at the
Mexico In 1970, and Is now teaching BassRaulersonEngagement :Central: Florida last week. Mrs. Sally Bellamy returned man and Dale Travlor: Ricky Rev and Mrs. Donald Denton rear end of the large truck
and doing graduate studies Iastweektrom eight days Lee Scott of Coronado, Calif Tammy and Debbie Starling! and where a magnet picks up and
at UNM. Mr. and] Mrs. Tom Crawfordwere visit with Capt. and Mrs. Jack arrived Tuesday for a several Jan Cindy, Gerald, Bill and Mr.family and on Mrs Sunday.,Herbert Clo. rejects all non-aluminum cans.
The bride, Is 'a '1966 graduate guests! last week of Mr. McComb Jr. and baby daughter weeks visit with his uncle and Richard Wilson: Denise and versatile of Theressa, visited The selected cans are then
of Bradford High School. and Mrs. Wt'. Joyce of Tallahassee at Big Springs Tens aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clybe B. Lisa Durban; Randy Gasklns Mr and Mrs. J.D. Clark carried by conveyor belt to the
She attended St.' Johns River Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Bass announce at their summer homeat Terwillegar Jr. and daughter and Nerd Day of Cedar Key. on crusher which flattens them
Junior College 'and, receivedan the engagement and approaching Maggie Valley N.C. while Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- Anne. Sunday.Mr. and finally to the chopping unit
AA degree; from Santa Fe marriage of their there they toured the Blue Ridge dale and daughter, Vicki and CHURCH SCHEDULES and Mrs. Jim Burton of which chews (them up into small
Junior College ,'In 1968. She daughter Jo Ann to Ronald and Smokey Mountains.Enroute Carol Bloodworth were In Eu- Mr and Mrs. Bill McClane Grace United Metholdsb Sun- Jacksonville spent Sunday with bits. A rotating scale weighs
received her Bachelor of Uni- Eugene Raulerson. son of Mr. home the Crawfords visited the faula. Ala. and Columbus, Ca. of Jacksonville Beach were Sun- day School, 9:45: a.m.; Wor- Mr. and Mrs. P.L. Mnttns. the cans and indicates the weight
versity Studies degree In 1971 and Mrs. Joseph Raulerson of Shrine Crippled Children's last Wednesday and Thursday. day guests of Mr. and Mrs. ship services 11 a.m. Mr and Mrs. Ernest Hewett of each lot on a guage as they
and was on; the Roll of Distinction Brooker. Hospital In Greensvtlle, N.C. They also went to Westvllle, George Flynn Sr. Church of God: Sunday School of Tallahassee and Mr. and pass over the belt.
with a cumulative grade Miss Bass attended Brooker near LumpMn, Ga. where a 10 a.m.. Worship service 11 a.m. Mrs Burney Dobbs of Jack- Reynolds Is paying IOC a pound
point average higher than 35. Junion High and was a 1971 town has been created to show Mrs. J.B. Bakken broke her and 7:30: pjn.. Family Night sonville were weekend Visitors for all-aluminum cans, which
Jake
After a wedding trip to Mexico graduate of Bradford High Winters of Hattiesburg a southern community of 1850 right foot and sprained her Thursday, 7:30 p.m. of Mr. and Mrs.'A.D. Dobbs. Is about halt a cent each. Also
Mr. and Mrs.,Martinez are School. She was a member of Miss visited his mother, Mrs. left foot In a fall at Hampton Highland Baptist: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Barfteld accepted Is other clean house-
residing at 225' 22nd'St.. N.W. the drill team and an honor Charlotte Winters and Dr. and Mrs. Keith GUllngham and Lake Saturday. a School 9:45: ajn.. Worship Ser- have returned after a two weeks hold aluminum scrap such as
In Albuquerquei student at the Vo-Tech School. Mrs. H.G. Bellinger, the past children and Mrs. Jim Emer- vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., visit with relatives in Atlanta. TV dinner trays and pie plates.
She is employed by Avco Fin- week. son and sons of Tampa are Mrs. D. Pitch Green and Prayer Meeting Wednesday Ga. Their son, C.K. Barfleld Aluminum collected by the
ancial Service Gainesville. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale daughters 7:30 p.m. followed J>y choir of Atlanta, was visiting them mobile unit Is melted down at
are visiting her
Mr. Raulerson also attended Rev. John Flynn Herbert at KIngsley Lake this week. parents practice. and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney llar- the plant and cast Into ingots
Mr. and Mrs. C.C. of In St. Louis Mo. for
Hoppe a
Thomas David Carter David bin
Brooker Junior High and gra- Friends are pleased to learn during the week. for reuse, thus conserving natural -
Mrs.Tampa were weekend guests of duated from Bradford High In Baldwin and Luke Stalling returned Mr and Mrs. C.W. Walters month. that H.W. Bennett Is recuperating Mrs. E.W. Mooty and grandchildren resources
O.L. Beasley and Mrs. June, '71. He was active InJun- Saturday after two weeks of Dublin Ga. Robert and Lisa Hol-
are guests of Local at home after two weeks Reynolds officials say that
J.W. Klncald. admittances to Bradford
Mr. and Mrs. lor Varsity ball. He Is at Camp Weed. W.H. loway of Clarkston Ga.
J.C. em- Mrs. Holland for two County Hospital this treatment in a Jacksonville spent all-aluminum cans are now being -
and week
Hoppe of Tam-
family
ployed by Copeland Sausage weeks. We he will a few days with Mr. and Mrs.
hospital. hope soon collected across the nationat
Include
Mack M. McRae
pa were Friday overnight : Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Arm- Sidney Harbin
Company, Alachua. be out recently.
usual.
Lyvonne as the rate of 25 million a
guests M The wedding is planned for strong and daughter of Jack- Mr and Mrs. George Hug- Thlgpen, Conway Mrs. Juanita, Mrs. Lola Mrs. Emma Crews of Wau- Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Wells month, with payment to Individuals -
October sonville will be Saturday guests Smith Ernie and Will, of
15. gins returned Tuesday of last Ernest Garrett Mrs. Emma chula was visiting relatives Huntsvllle and organizations aver-
Misses of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson. week from a week's vacationIn here Ala. are visiting Mrs. Mae
Mary and
Mussollne Garber, Richard Jarvis and called on Miss Enza Wells aging more than $125,000 a
Paula Pe truce and Susan Scav- the Smoky Mountains. Mrs. Allie Kersey,Starke Mrs. Blanchard and Miss Arthurlne this week. month.
;
nicky of Hazelton Pa are Victor Moody Jacksonville Alice Metz, Keystone Heights Blanchard on Saturday.The All-aluminum cans are easy
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Ter- Mr and Mrs. E.P. Ritter Mrs. Dorothy Engelke Mel-; 1n Otd1tWta to recognize: because of their
Mussollne for several weeks. Andrews at KIngsley Lake this wlllegar Jr.and daughter, Anne and three grandchildren of rose; Timothy Dillon, Lake, But family of Mrs. W.F. e extremely light weight, and the
The Mussolines also had as week. visited Wesleyan College in Ma- Hamlet, N.C were guests of ler; and Wade McCurdy Lake Moore treated her to dinner fact that they have no seams
weekend guests,',Mr. and Mrs. con, Ga. last Friday. They Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and family Geneva. on Sunday at the Holiday Inn along the side or bottom. The
Joseph Mussollne of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Couev and Joined Dr. and Mrs. 1111. Adams from Friday to Wednesday as a celebration of her birth- bottom of an aluminum can Is

daughter of IJeFunlak Springswere and Glenn Simmons, a Mrs. Tren Ward and child- day anniversary and afterward also slightly rounded, In con-
Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin last Thursday and rioay student at Auburn University of Pasadena they enjoyed dessert at the trast to the flat bottoms of other
Sr returned Monday from a guests of Mr and Mrs. Don at Calloway Gardens Pine Friends of Mrs. Jack Eddy ren Md.are spend- home of Mr and Mrs. Thomas metal cans.Organization.
Mountain Ga. Friday after- will regret to learn of ing several days with Mr. and L. Casey In
ten-day visit with their daugh- the Mrs. Vernon Starke. Besides such as Boy
Sllcox.
ter, Mrs. Hope Elsaesser, In Neel.Mr. noon. death of her father, John Hall, Mr. Moore, those taking part Scouts, Girl Scouts, Brownies,
Warren Township;' N.J., and and Mrs. John Hemming- in Gainesville Sunday. in this pleasant event were Mr. etc. are encouraged to start
with Mr and Mrs. Kenneth way of Elizabeth town, N.C.were Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Dr. and Mrs.Jobn Dolemboot' and Mrs. Wesley Thomas, Jody: "The only thing that collecting aluminum cans as a
Baldwin In Summerville, N.J. weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. Neely and daughter of Lake- Mrs. V.V. Hazen has movedto Indianapolis, Ind. are guests and Jack of Live Oak, Mrs. nitikr. a man .surriinili to way of raising money for their
Orle Wiggins. land spent the" weekend with Gainesville to make her this week of Mr. and Mrs. John Danny Thompson and Kevin l..mlll"lloII| 1 h lie opportunity. projects, while helping to"Keep
***, and) Mrs Herbert Thnma "
home. Myers. "
,uul and Mr. and Mr* Jimmy America Beautiful.

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County Doubles Crash Totals Vehicle Boy Staters_

June Stump Address Cfvitans

Voters. John Warren Hoggin, a salesman Kathleen Ann Griffls 20. of
Tax Collection from Jacksonville was Starke. was In satisfactory condition their experiences IT at Boys
(From Pogo 1)) hospitalized at the Bradford Monday, according to the State In the state Capitol were
Sales of documentary: stamps County Hospital Saturday following University Medical Center,following related to 24 CIvltan member
and registered voters In- the amounted to almost $40 million a one car mishap on a head-on collision Sunday and guests by Richard Robert
county with S.801 registered at representing a 21.8 percent rain sUctoned US-301.) evening two miles south and JIDtJn7 r Andrews Tuesdaymonning
ComptrollerFred .
democrats: 255 ae republican,* O.Increase Bud) Dickinson, Jr.. The accident occurred around ofWakto. at: the club's-. regular
and 33 others. Monday. 3:40 Saturday: afternoon L8 According to the Florida breakfast meeting.'

Bradford County Is one of reported Partly responsible for the miles north of Starke.According S.P. Highway Patrol, Mr*. Griffls There was much work and
which the charts to Trooper was traveling south on tISS little play, the two Bradford
the top 9 counties in the state upsurge
Burnett of the Florida Highway -
1 when she lost control of
showed were June collection High seniors both they
In percentage of voter turn- say
out. In the last major election, bringing in $4.4 million for as1'J Patrol, the accident occurred her 1970 Volkswagen. The vehicle learned much about the Inner
Huggln traveling
June 1970 col- as crossed the median and of state .
turned gain over workings
over 70% of the voters government.The
north on 301. lost control of was struck head-on by a northbound |
out to the polls.) lections. than Ms I960 Mercedes and ... vehicle I 1970 Ford driven by president of Gainesville
Bradford Cotmty more
to vote, the onlyregdrementa .
To register are that :you be doubled its collections in June. left the road, striking James R. Horton of Midway: CIvltan Club. Homer ....haIJo.and .
Bradford County a culvert.Huggia. Georgia. the chairman of that club's
71.
In June of
at least 13 :years old be lived an collected: $3.475 compared was taken to the BCH The others hurt In the ac- Entertainment Committee Lou
citizen have
In American the state for, at least a to $1.535 in June of last year. where he was released Mon cident Including Mrs. Griffls' SchelUng: were'! present to ask
and In the county for Clay County Jumped from$',- day.No 3 year old eon, Joseph, were the Stark Club's support for
:year, ; 531 in June of 1970 to over charges: were fllet but treated and released accordIng an area wide hemophilia project -
six months. $11,000 In June In '71. Baker his Mercedes, valued 4000. to hospital spokesman. The Gainesville area guest
In the city; :young voter reg- was a total loss.
club
also Invited the Starke to
showed only
istration is rivaling the older County; meanwhile According to the F.H.P.
generation. Of 98 new registered a slight upsurge of totaling only Friday afternoon, a trooper spokesman no charges were participate In a trl-club outing
voters, 50 are 21 :years '145. of the FLIP had Ms car completely filed against Mn. Griffls. Damage at Camp OLeno State Park with
old and up and 48 are between In addition to the tax on legal -'' gutted by fire, 1.3 miles to her vehicle was placedat Gainesville and Chlefland.
18 and 21. documents, the state received north of Lawtey on US-301. $1.000 and $900 to the Hor-
According to Merrill Edwards Commissioners honor "Mr. Arch." From left .Is Zodra Hamilton, Ralph Brayn, $5.9 million from documentary According' to the F.H.P.,Wll- too'sFord.Philosophical.

city; clerk, there are Eddie Allen, Davle Shwford, and long-time road departmsnt.mploy.e; Arch Ellington. sur reflection' tax collections that the lam Alexander Stewart; a 40-
close to 2,100 registered voters a "ready year-old trooper from Jacksonville -
In the city.; One can still state U handling a growing'volume was traveling south
register to vote In the upcoming of real estate transfers on 301 with Ms family and PlazaBarter
Rather Mr. Arch Back and an indication that the Sheriff P.O. R.Jdl.h
city; election. The book They Have frlencll'when a lire broke out
doesn't close until August 28. economy: feeling and the the effect governmentare of new In the trunk compartment. Stewart didn't have any business Shop

"Arch, we're happy. No, a grader too. His son, Har- was a retirement system for construction: ," Dickinson said.The backed pulled Into a off private the road drive and attempting to transect before, the county
we're not so happy about It lies, of Lake Butler owns bulldozers county employees. sun tax receipts, up U to reach a water hose,- commission Monday, Storks Plaza
either we'd rather for :you to and a grader and Mr. In addition to the plaque the per cent for the year, are but failed and the 1968 Oldsmobile but |utt wanted to thank
be working for us,"said Chairman Arch operates for him. commissioners also gave Mr. often a sign of whether" the burned
WATCH FOR Cave Stiuford,as he presented There was some delay In Arch a tape deck: for his car. economy Is "holding ita own None of the occupants completely.In the the board for consideration Hours ,8 to 5:30
"
"Mr. Arch" Ellington and If it is forging ahead. given his new budget.
Ellington drawing Ms state retirement vehicle Injured and
were no Appointment
The plaque reads: .
with a plaque representing Sur tax revenue for June amounted -
because his :years of charges were filed. "I, didn't get what I
SWARMINGTERMITES 41 :years of. service to Brad- service went back before there "In recognition of 41 years to $657,724. a 39 per Lost to the vehicle was put If Preferred
asked for l but I appreciate
ford County.; of good and faithful service aa cent Increase over the tax's at $900 and In addition, a C.B.
Ellington retired recently an employee of the Bradford : < June the Conptrols radio valued at $200 was lost what I did got," the sherIff .' Phone 964-5030.
from the Bradford Road De- School County; Road Department." ler to the Ore. said.
partment. He was the dean of

the the department most expert and on to any his pieceof final Bonds. .A.-... ...... ...... ...... ...... . . .... . ..-.. . .. . .. .... ..

equipment he operated.

"Nobody can beat him on a (From Page I 1))
road grader," a fellow employee -
once told The Telegraph ing funds is already available WAREHOUSE )
It consists of
to the board.
Arch retired several monthsago
$90,000 allocated In special
but still checks by the education funds which must be
county; maintenance barn about spent within the:year or the allocation -
every day. He's still operating will be withdrawn by
OR BITTER STILL the State Department of Edu-

cation. _
LIT County It also Includes $100,000 In

State Board of Education revenue
OIIDANTIOl'
Budget. certificates sold last
a It week. Revenue from sales of

\ (From Pate 1 11| license tags Is pledged to pay:
those bonds. There Is no time Reductions On A II Appliances

C a MKra M several limit on the expenditure of the
Beckwith appeared
SBE bonds, but when Casey
CHECK YOUR HOMEFREE before with his
months
proposed asked that they be sold he .
plat but the commission must be spenton
told him the lot size wouldbe stipulated they 30" ALL PORCELAIN
the high school library.
turned down because It did What Casey recommends the G. E. f
the minimum Refrigerator
not meet county's; board do Is implement the mid-
zoning requirement of 20,000
.
dle and high school Jobs and let > ,!FI
Why T.kt ChoncM square feet for, septic tanks. the bus barn and administrative -
Beckwith apparently has cor- unit at the USO slide for -- RANGE
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CALL rected this, Zoning Board DIrector a while. Ice freezes extra fast!
Gene Long told the commission Thus the middle and high -Il
964-5745 Monday. Drawing for school construction: proposed
the development to be called for 71-72 totals $600,000. The 15 cu. ft. NO FROST, REFRIGERATOR
Geneva Shores, shows 80-foot'' board'has' $190,000 and must --- .
water front lots but houses come up with $410,000 moreto .:
must be built far enough from go along with,Casey's prior- Sub-zero air blows over trays for fast -
the lake so the lot at that ities. freezing! y f rr pl..w.ee .
point is 100 feet wide. Long To get that much will takea sit( r
said Beckwith has met that little doing because of the / ., Freezer holds up to 165 Ibs. 1 '
stipulation too. The commission way the school board's present ; Separate temperature controls for each 5 .
however, told the deve- bonding Is set up. There Is a ,Ike i
section.
loper to have the proposed subdivision million Issue from 1967 J __L"I
first approved by the offs parity; bonds and a $500- ,. Freezer door shelves for VS gal. Ice cream

Zoning Board. 000 Issue of Junior lien (secondary y cartons, 11 juice cans. >:
-Refused a request from Cir.
) bonds sold In 1967 with t. Four '
AM cuit Judge George L. Pattento racing funds pledged. There cabinet shelves. 1 slides out -
Increase Bradford County's; la written Into the '85 bonding 1 adjustable. .
I portion) of his secretary's salary that the
program a stipulation Twin
vegetable bins 2/3 bushel.
Charley $25 per month. The board board must have 1-1/2 timesas
said the request was late and much funds on hand as the ColWree back fits flush to wall.

E. that the secretary had receiveda annual debt service. That stipulation ., Rolls out on wheels for easy cleaning. ,, .....-
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$25 month lncrease last '
per was met on 65 Issue "
Only 30% wide and 66" I '
JohnsAt : but could not be met In '67 high.
year.Took / GE colors I
or white.
no action on a request when the $500,000 Issue was .
out This Question by: Rev. 'Vernon Hollo- floated. .3jiill111 j '
way: a member of the Appropriations The board now meets the COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC
Committee of the Florida bonding requirement for the ?
"Accountants are human House, to support his demand entire $1.7 million of bonds ONLY 299
and subject to errors and that the ,Department of outstanding against its $223-
mistakes, an la anyone Administration desist from Its 250 In annual racing revenue. ,. 9395,
else. A mistake In book announced Intention of taking But before more parity; bonds
keeping or on a tax form $16.6 million from the first can be sold the Junior lien
proceeds of the new eighth cent certificates must be converted
could prove expensive to a gas tax. Rep. Gene Shaw was to parity; bonds. Hennan said
client. Accountants I.I. called In on the matter and he thinks that can be accomplished -
ability Insurance availableto told the board the differenceIn with nominal expense to t
pay both the legal!' costs the $16.6 million and the the board. G. E. WASHERExtra LOOK I
and the award In damage' $14.2 million authorized by the Even then the board, which H
still has to meet the 1-1/2-to
suits him legislature for the highway patrol -
brought against
Is probably administrative 1 Income to debt service ratio,
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by a client? co.... will have only between $35,000
Bradford Is due $36.900 from and $40,000 of racing revenueit Scratch And Dent Specials
Charley E. eighth cent proceeds and the can pledge toward more parity -
City; of Starke $36,200, but proceeds ; bonds. Hennan said Tues Clean
JOHNS AGENCY won't come to the local day the limit on parity; bonds HEAVY DUTY AUTOMATIC WASHER
level until after the highway the board can sell Is around '
patrol has been funded the first $270,000. Clothes 00
131 So. Walnut St. $14.2 million and, apparently, But the board can sell another Slightly Dent______________$174
Phone 964-6070 until the Department of Ad- Junior lien Issue, such as the _
ministration has Its whack at one In 1965, to raise the remainder 00
the new funds.Serving of the bond funds It Extra Long 20" GAS RANGE______________ 70

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Cases Get Ready Batten of Clay "111
Russell KayIt
Ifl
Liquor InB&E By was sentenced In Clay County -
Circuit Court to one year
s&i/: Is bad enough being constantly fighting to pay my taxes andmy in the county Jail and orderedto
Ii" ) warned, threatened admonished bills and It gets tougher every pay $1 cost after being allowed -
N'I Mrs. Curtis Sander reportedto and screamed athour day. All boys planning to play varsity 8. A combination of the "high to enter a guilty Plea to
Four of five persons charged In County; Court Tuesday,July the Starke Police Saturday after hour and.day after day In As s good citizen I am sup ; or Junior varsity foot knee-raising" and the "In a leaner charge of aggravated
with violations of state beverage 2q: the theft of a bottle of tran- radio and TV commercials posed*to support the alms and ball are asked to start getting creased length of stride" will assault
laws pled guilty; and received: A warrant was 1.luedlor the ojiUixers and a black purse Now the so-called public service ambitions of a half a hundred into shape by Coach David result In Increasing( your speed.
heavy fines In>County; Court arrest of Robert Plttman for valued with contents at over spots are adding to our charitable organizations and Hurse. Batten was originally
Tuesday July 20/r* failure to appear for trial on $2,700 from her horn on ,misery foundations to,say nothing of "It's very important that you All JV players who are playIng -. on two assault to murder
The fifth defendant r: irt" caught(in a traffic charge. North Walnut Street. If I were a timid soul would my church and my chamber of report to fall practice In (rood for the first time are reminded counts following an.Incident

a June U whiskeyraid, Gary Robert Wade Hastings pled According to the S.P.D.,Mrs. be Inclined to stay In bed wim commerce. Goodwill, the Red shape" Coach Hurse said."We to bring their birth opened several fire weeks on Clay ago County when deputies he
Reddish, was scheduled to be guilty; to unlawful speed and Sander stated that while she the covers palled over my Cross and save a buck a day have a very tough schedule and certificates by the field house who went to his home-
tried Thursd4JUly 22, but all was fined $28 or three day was gone to Jacksonville Friday head or hide In the closet witha for my old age are Included.If don't have time to get you so that you will be eligible to to Investigate a "family
charges against dropped by the Prosecuting: Attorney Ruby A, Smith's charge of and took a bottle of tranquffl- repeating rifle In the other. and air waves I could advance asks all toot- Coach Hurse encourages all
Hurse
George Pierce. driving while Intoxicated was sera and a black purse containing The day Is not long enough some public service annntHw Coach to serf doing the quarterbacks and past receivers The officers radioed for help
Reddish ira.''' hargecl with dismissed by the court. a diamond dinner ring, for all the things to happen tome ments 'ot my own. Like "stop ban playen. ll to continue thelri 7 p.m. and when other officers arrived -
possession of,: intoxicating liquor a sigma phi ring, and an antique wasting our tax money" "Stop exerd to L cell your work outs. lie says :that this they surrounded Batten
Scott Camll found guilty I warned about I designed
was that
In a county'where gold and pear circular am paying wealthy farmers from! an will make things a lot easier who was sitting on his front
with intent; io sell selling prohibited In a Jury trial Tuesday on pin. The dinner ling's value wonder on arising If I am receiving millions of dollars spy in the fall. steps with a gun across his
Intoxicating beverages, in unlawful speed and was fined was $2,500 the pin at $150 courageous enough to do so. Is for not raising crops." "Stop PART Fall varsity football practice lap. Several other guns and a
a dry county; and with maintaining $36 or three daysrfn Jail. and the ring at$60. this the day my hair will start the boon-doggling and waste of begins August 1 Ie and JV quantity; of ammunition were
These exercises should be
a place of business for Phillip H. Reagan pled guilty According to Officer> Harold red falling' out dentures? Will my eyes loose turn public funds." Stop favoring done three times a week. practice a week .later"'. August found In the Batten mobile home.
,., my come "
to not carrying or exhibitIng taxmillionaire... 23.
ale of intoxicating liquors In Crews of the Police Dept,Mrs.
driver's license. my teeth develop cavities laws and 1. First day, start on the foot-
a county where prohibited. a Judge Sanders stated that she didn't aching "Stop making regulations -
feet start swelling and ,
Yawn has ordered a presen- ball Held wearing football
that
miss the Items until today. She coddle and protectthe
Levell Small's plea was tence investigation. Reagan also before my fingers start to stiffen, or criminal" shoes Start high knee or"Knee
had locked all doors plus a goodm& 1
changed to gulHyy.Tuesday; \ on faced two other charges leaving for Jacksonville and my back begin achlna'Nor ?/ others. pumps" at top speed. Bring
three liquor charges Judge Wednesday, assault and batteryand came back and was unable to Is the day long enough for the knees as high as you can
Therpn Yawn levied a fine of profane and Indecent laa- open her front door. She then me to do all the things I am and with enough gradual for-
$251 or 90 days' In Jail on the guage. .. sent her son around to the told to do If I would ward off ward movement until you reach
charge of possession of alcoholic Glen Orville Scott was found back to get through an open these dangers. I,must see my Parole Work 50 yards: then stop and walk Super
beverages In a dry coun-: not guilty by a Jury. He was screen. The back door was doctor, visit my dentist, brush back. You should average a-
ty with Intent to sell. Two charged with driving while In then found open. Evidently entrance my teeth with that, annolnt my DiscussedAt bout 19 or 100-120 12 knee-Dumos for
5
yards or
other liquor charges were die- eepunps
toxicated. was made through the hair with this, breakfast on a
missed. Rodney Gene Sharp pled gulls back door.Nothing certain cereal, bathe with a Rotary Club for 50 yards.

Llllle J. Long I pled guiltyto He was given else was disturbedand special soap or throw the soap 2. Afer completing the first
possession of non-tax paid mandatory jai sentence: of no signs of away aid use a cream, apply a 50 yards, repeat. Bring the
whiskey and wall/ fined $151 or 10 days and was fined $76 for there entrance.were Crews said. beard softener and lather with Problems faced by the Flor- legs up as high as you can and
forceful
30 days in Jail.,, driving while his license was something else. Get a checkup ida Parole & Probation Commission as fast as you can. This Is SpeCial
suspended or revoked. lie was and send a check, take a In view of new laws to be done three times.
Fred Smith'wa fined a total laxative, shampoo with a baby passed at the last legislative -
fined $151 or 60 days in Jail 3. It takes about
of $452 ,or ISO, days in jaU lotion and don't forget the tur- session were discussed 20 secondsfor
on two charges-.possession of for driving! while Intoxicated.Ivy did Willie Alston and Clarence tle oil.I by J.F. Bloodworth of the com- each 50 yards. The time
Intoxicating beverages in a dry Uees, Jr. pled guilty to Manuel, both charged with fail- mission's Starke office at the between each run should not
county; and possession of Intoxicating lending his driver's license to ure to surrender driver's license must put out fires Mil Rotary Club last week. exceed 2 minutes.
beverages In a dry county another and was fined $101 and registration, and tag ants, mosquitoes and roaches.Be 4. This part of your workout
careful cmmilnv the street The 1971 Legislature, responding
; with Intent to sell. Two other 30 days In Jail. Eddie L. Allen charged with should not take more than 10 LJhi to l J
to media criticism
driver's avoid drinking If I drive, kick news -
surrender
dismissed. failure to
charges were" The case of Robert C. Hlgg- the habit if 1 smoke cigarettes, of Florida's correctional minutes. '
Dorothy :Helen* Rlsby pled don, set for trial Wednesday charged license, with and driving Ruby A.while Smith in- remember to use zip codes, system, passed a law requiring 5. After you have mastered @@ ID : @
guilty to selling&Intoxicating f; morning, was continued until toxicated.In adopt a Korean youngster, keep Inmates convicted of other the 50 yards, then Increase It ( I @c )
beverages In a dry county and the next term because be Is my car locked, check my tires than capital felonies, such and to 75 yards .
was fined $151)),or 60 days In In Jail In another county.In other COUrt actions Thur.- with a Lincoln penny to see murder and rape, to be inter- 24,000 8TU'

Jail. Four other charges against other court actions,Wed- day, JuJy 22: If they are sate to drive with. viewed within six months, under PART .....__......_ .--r--.w.__ 18,000hV'S
her were dismissed.The nesday, July 21: Robert p. Nelson was tined Support medicare research the law.Bloodworm.

whiskey ;raids resulted Larry Ray Alvarez was found $26 for Issuing a worthless write my congressman, see my said that the 6. After a rest of 15 min- Discount Prices Plus SorvicoDKN
check and friendly banker Install a -
from a search warrant issued was ordered to make Commission had long recog- utes, move to a track or a
not guilty by a Jury on a charge
restftuuon.Floyd burgler alarm, stay out of dark
after intensive undercover Investigation nized the need for such inter- surfaced field.
of assault and battery. World Largest Selling Air Conditioner
alleys, to church and
made a purchase of alcoholic Luclan Blocker charged with withholding support, had his Uttering. almost tripled the interview strides, gradually Increasingyour We tio Our Own Financing
beverages from"each of the escape from City; Jail, had his case dismissed, as did Stanley While I am a normally peaceful workload and legislature did stride until have
establishments Involved. The case dismissed upon motion S. Hatcher charged with fail person I am constantly not appropriate additional funds about 50 yards and you run Winlller
raids, numbering seven in all, of the state for want of Jurisdiction ure to surrender driver's license urged to fight I must fight to employ more personnel.The actually Jumping each now strideto yoiare Electric Inc.
netted one small moonshine still the charge being a fel registration, and tag. fire, fight cancer, fight pollution speaker was Introducedby get the maximum stride m'.a Tail.,.. Ps-.'M 1Nr
In addition to a small quantityof ony. Stephen Mitchell Henley and fight arthritis, fight Robert Barksdale. length for 100 yards. 3-5 times.
untaxed Uquor.DlsposlUon poverty, fight inflation, fight
James Carroll Nugent and Philip Reagan both had their _
of the cases of Ralph Rena Peeples, both cases dismissed by the County; unemployment. Fight Just about .
and -
two other defendants arrested charged with petit larceny, had Prosecuting Attorney. Both anything everything.If .
June 11, Fred James and Earl their cases dismissed bv the were charged with assault and you ask me, I am fighting [
DeSue, had been made earlier. county prosecuting attorney. hHrvBLUE and have been for sometime.
Fighting to l keep the wolf from

\ the door, my head above water
.JY_ ...
and make both ends meet. I amJacksonville
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KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST vllle with her sister until she weeks here with her sister
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CHURCH was able to come home. Mrs. Louise Moore. How to o
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Sunday School 9:30: Training I was in error several weeks Mr. and Mn. Charles Crews : I :
union 10:15: : Morning Worship write heck
; ago when I reported that Allen had as Monday night supper your own
llj; Evening Worship 7:30: ;Prayer Crawford would graduate from guests, Mr. and Mrs. Graham
Meeting each Wednesday, UELA Electronics School in Crews. : on our bank! : :
7:30: ; Choir Practice: 8:30.: May Tampa InSeptember.Allen graduated Dinner guests on Monday of 2Z t.
we extend to you a special Invitation last Friday. Ills parents Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Crawford -
to come worship with Mr.and Mrs.J.B. Crawford and family were Mrs.Par- I By Elizabeth (Given; Walker : :
tut. and family, and Miss E- nell Tyson and Mrs. Amelia
Our revival began Sunday lalne Akridgv Ocala: and Miss Crawford. -. ....--u.n.n.SttAftfiaftftfi&MMd&M. o J ee
night! with the evangelist Vlr-
gill Denise Mooneyham of Ratford Notice! Dell Chapter 168 OES E. .
Lovett bringing a soul- ;
attended the' graduation exer- Mrs. Lou Appleby, Mr. and has terminated meeting until Senior Choir Rehearsal at 7:30:
searching message. Heard cises. Mrs. Mike Waters and daugh- Thursday Sept. 2. All mem- Tuesday Choir, No. 3 and Ushers
someone say they had to go Mrs. Frank Johnson and sons ter of Jacksonville, Mrs. J. bers are expected to be present Board No. 2 will meet at .
home and polish their shoesas of Silver Lake spent last Thursday M. Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. J.L. at that meeting. 6:30.: Wednesday Night Praver z: BS
he had stepped all over with her parents, Mr.and Bradley and John Bradley, Jr. meeting. Thursday night Story
their toes! 0 had to polish Mrs.. E.M. Norton and Sarah. spent Saturday with Mr. and GIRL SCOUTS {Hour. Friday night the senior '1vu eS
mine too). Charles Eckmam Sunday visitors of the Norton Mrs. J.M. Warren and daughter Meetings for Girl Scout Troop Choir has been asked to appear eS
Is leading the song service: were Mrs. Sylvia Macheda and at their cabin
on Lake 626 will terminate for the sum on a program at Antioch F"
and doing a wonderful Job. daughter, Leah. Serena. mer until Tuesday, Sept. 14. Baptist Church for the Choir's eS
Mrs. Virginia/ Townsend was Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Elder had We are wishing an enjoyable Anniversary. Saturday the .
KLVFD AUXILIARY NOTICE happy to have her son and family. as Friday night visitors Rev. summer for all Girl Scouts. members have been Invited to S
Ladles don't forget our Aux- Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. and Mrs.Huey Perry and daughter a barbecue at the home of II IIS .. eS
iliary meeting next Monday Townsend and daughter, Virginia of Ocala and Mr. and Mrs. OF PUBLIC INTERESTThe the Pastor, Rev. Williams, In .
night at 7:30.: Hope all mem- of Jacksonville visiting Kenneth Elder of Jacksonville. citizens of Lawtey will Jacksonville. eS
bers can be present as we her during the week-end. Those visiting the Elders
on
honor Mrs. Z.P. Jennings withan -
have some unfinished business Miss Judy Whitehead will return Sunday were M... and Mrs. appreciation program for Sunday School will begin the IL .
to attend to.
to Jacksonville Sunday to Larry Elder and children of many years of service In the services Sunday at 9:30 at 11 .N e
PERSONALSMrs. resume her studies at St. Vin: Jacksonville, Mrs. Ann Durbin community, Sunday Aug. 8, at a.m. The Youth will be In 2. .
James Blackshear Is 'cent School of Nursing. Judy Is and children of Gainesville Mr. 4 p.m. In the Philadelphia Baptist charge.
the daughter of Mr. and and Mrs. W.B. Raefield and e ,. eS
spending some time In Ala- Mrs. Church. Refreshments will It doesn't take much time to open a personal checking
C.R. Whitehead. .. family of Kolkston, Oa., Mrs. be served in the dining room. Greater. Allen Chapel AME account. Stop In on your lunch hour fill out a couple eS
bama with her mother-In-law Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Hill had David Cottle and Marian El- All are Invited to attend. Thank Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins pas of forms,and you're all set.Your own personal checking t" .
Mrs. Sue Blackshear, who Is as guests Monday Mr. and School 10 track of budget. ,
der.Mrs. you. tor. Sunday a.m. account makes It easier to keep your r:
seriously 111. Mrs. Jack Brown and daughter Bessie! Allen has been -Sponsor: Mrs. Willie M. Morning service at II with e And cancelled checks are automatic receipts So come .
The Bill Blake family had of Mobile, Ala. .. released from Bradford County Co in account.
Randolph; sponsor, the youth charge. Evening 0 In today and start your Checking .
as weekend guests, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R.L.. Knowles ; Hospital and Is recuperating : Mrs. Juanita Houston service, 6 p.m. Visitors always
Mrs. Charles Butler of Jack- were glad to.have their daughter at the home of her son welcome.IN e .
sonville. The Butlers were Miss Roseanna Bond, and daughter-in-law; Neal and CHURCH NEWS
celebrating their 30th wedding visiting them on Sunday. Rose- Cbell Elder. Ebenezer Baptist Church,
anniversary. anna has Just returned from Relatives from out of town Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Each MEMORIAMIn i i
Vernon and Frances Connerof Mount N visiting the W.H. Agner, J.A. FLORIDABAHK
Klsmo. .Y. where she Monday night Bible class; Prayer loving memory of our dear
Jacksonville spent Sunday has been attending school. The Christmas and W.C.Dixon families meeting each Thursday.Service husband and father, Ben Me-
with Mr. and Mrs. F.G Conner Knowles recently enjoyed are Mr. and Mrs. Ed will terminate with Sunday Dougald, who departed this life .
spending a week-end at Cedar Stokes and Mr. and Mm. JIm School at 9:45.: The Annual Anniversary one year ago tomorrow, August : <
Mrs. Alclne Crawford and J Treece of Fitzgerald, Ga.,Rev. for Choirs 1 and 2 :5, 1970. The rolling stream of At .S T 1'e.
Mrs. Mildred Crews visited Key.Miss Dee Clark Eau and Mrs. Bill Priester of Atlanta and Usher Boards one and two life rolls on, but still the Vacant -
Mrs. TF. Rochester In St.Vincent's lie Is spending several of weeks Gal- Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Carl will be held Friday Aug. 13, chair recalls the love, the e Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. :
,
Hospital, Jackson- Christmas
here with her sister and bro- and family of Birmingham at 8 p.m. All members and voice the smile of one who
ville, during her confinement Ala., and Mr. and
friends are Invited to attend.
after having minor surgery. Bradley.Mr.ther-in-law. Jail n and Nancy Mrs. Bill Ballev and. familyof once sunset sat he there.has gone Beyond, but still the\ Subsidiary Of Florida National Banks Of Florida, Inc. .
Mrs. Rochester returned homeon Augusta Ga. -
Friday. and and Mrs. Steve Walker Uur Volunteer Fire Department Baptist Greater Church Bethlehem, Rev.Free Jasper Will Alice the memories McDouald linger on. -- eeee.eee eeeeeeee...............
and
children of Ft. Lauderdale family.
Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Smith answered a fire call Sat- Williams pastor. Monday night
and Mrs. Ella Cottle have returned are spending two weeks here urday morning and put out a
with Mrs.
home after a two week Walker's parents brush fIre that was out of hand.
Mr.
stay In Ashvllle N.C. During and Mrs. .J.H. Moncrlef. Though a couple men could
ttia t time they were Joined law Another Mr.daughter. ,and son-in- have done the Job. most of the CENTER CUT FOOD FAIR
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there by Mrs. Jane Hartley hill and Mrs. R.W.Under- firemen were there and one "
and children and Mrs. Jim and Kathy of IndUlantic. fireman Bill Edwards, left his STARKE'Su.s
Smith and son for several days. spent several' days with the business in Starke and drove FOOD
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w titili ii.I, Vol. 93 No. 2 August 5, 1971 2nd Section -





ThtSientttt StrmuktrrUi ThU SU ./ JtacvMGainesville's


_. Men's Softball



Tate[ : Title DecidedIn




Tight RaceAt
elr ro .
Wins SubDistrictTo .
M.., / M Vr4

long last there is a city Opener of the twin bill wasa
1 : ., ::. I" ,H ..rlt league champion In the tight- real cliff hanger with the
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District two Starke entries and began .r r y. b. est league
one's Tate representative to the ever formed in the H-T winners plating the win-
Electric no of Gainesville surprise, 1 Tournament. the tourney as though they Just Mly history of Starke Softball. ning run In the bottom of the
championship honors capped In the In almost every tourney that might have a date in Tltusvllle. "FY y. Four of the six teams were seventh on Charlie Ho well's two
A.S.A. Northern Sub-District ts conducted a team that no The Gulf team looked In and out of first place all out single.
Tournament played In Starke one takes seriously will make. impressive in their opening; season Hurst Terwlllegar Williams-Community; lost the
this weekend.To a strong showing and this tour game defeating Macclenny way back In May won the first toss to determine the home
past
ney was no exception. Pre- Roadrunners 10-7 and looked half Williams-Community and team. Consequently, W-C had
everyone' surprise, unheralded -
Allen Mobile Homesof tourney predictions collected even more Impressive in their Hurst Terwillcgar: team finished first up and promptly took a
Palatka took the from almost everyone knowingthe opening game defeating Mac- I. y M1 N T' NY second half play dead- 1-0 lead when Tommy Elland
position to earn the runner-up right to competing teams would have clenny Roadrunners 10-7 and locked for first place, which led oft with a single and scored
represent the Northern Sub- placed Tate and the St. Augus looked even more Imprellivefn.their necessitated a playoff, on the triple rapped by Terry
tine White Lions as the tour second game downing a Williams Ilardee. IflIurstTerwlllegar
District in the District Championship Community: took
best teams. A Palatka tough Alachua All-Stars 92. In the bot-
with Tate neys two of the three
playoff along games game
Electric. team, sponsored by Allen Mo- "When you limit the Alachuamen playoff to emerge as second half tom of the first tied the gameat
bile Homes, proved to be the to only two runs and six one all as Johnnie Powellled
Tate Electric champions thus setting Mon-
was never up
"hot team" this time. hits, you've done something," day night'S off with a double, advancedto
pressed by any of their opponents League Championship -
Rayburn
as they eased throughthe The Palatka based team opened says. playoff, which Hurst-Ter third on Doug Brown's In-
IS: team field undefeated. the tourney with an Impressive Then in the Gulf team's next -... ", "" 8-______ ':- ....r' wlllegar captured by taking both field out, and scored on a long
Tale's toughest game was their 10-3 victory over two games, both losses which ends of the double header sacrifice fly by Eddie Douglas
opener against Williams Jewel- Hill's Van Service of Gainesville eliminated them they looked Is he out? You call It. Tot Electric won the Sub-District Slow Pitch tourney here thereby deleting the necessity
ry-Community Bank which Tate rapping! out 15: base lilts. like a completely different but this double ploy call In the ployoff game with Pal atka didn't help.ed of the third game. (S.. Page 10))
took by the score of 73. The Palatka team In their second team. Tate sent them to the

game ouch tang the White losers bracket 11-1, the Gulf ..-.. ...-. -
Tate then downed F.O.P. of Lion 19-17. tasted an 11-9 defeat team allowing only 9 base hits four runs in the seventh corded and in a majority of ] *rgr- | BJ r-
Lake City 11-6 primarily on the and were sent to the los but could garner only 6 them to win the game and eliminate the games the eventual loser
strength of Lake CIQt's mIscue ers bracket where they were Williams-Community from the was "ln the game" most of Special
By Request:
as they outtilt their opponents to begin the grind of eliminating selves and committed several playoff; the way

only 1613.In a host of teams to claim miscues. The 1971 Northern Sub-Dis- .
the third game for the "king" of the losers bracket In the Gulf team's fourth and trlct was one of the more close- Next action at Westslde Park
tourney champs Tate took advantage and a shot at the undefeated final game, Cunningham fell ly contested tourneys of recent will be the "Bi! One," The 1971': '. Sale Extended To August 31
of numerous errors team. victim to the Palatka team 11- years Rayburn says. Very few State Championship August 13-
to whip Starke'* Cunningham Game #3 saw a 10-4 16 hit 7. Cunningham was in this game real lopsided scores were re14..
I Gulf 11-1 with benefit of only attack eliminate the Macclenny until the tourney's runnerupcame
9 hits. The Starke team however up with seven runs in 'iJJX
Roadrunners. Game #4, an I :
had only 6 safeties 8-4 decision, sent Tony's PIz- the fifth.
Tate played Its best gamein za of Macclenny home. Game Williams JewelryCommunity
the finals of the winners #:5 was an 11-7 defeat of Cun- Bank in it's opening game g rr (rc SALE J SAVE $40INNERSPRING
bracket when
they defeated the nlnham Gulf and game #6 tamed gave Tate probably it's ro
only other remaining undefeated the Lions of St. Augustine witha gave Tate probably it's tough-
team, The Floridians 7-6 squeaker and game #7 est competition before losing ; cncOK.
of St. Augustine 10-3 on the and win #6 In'' a row saw fl 7-3. The Starke team held Tate
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strength of 16 base hits while Palatka boys eliminate The Flo- scoreless until the fourth inn- w .w" ._., .. .... ___-_
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the losers could gather only rldlans 7-2. but then in game ing after leading 2-0 until that AL 11Yir. o dD o UDftT
8. time. rcxp o
#8, finally were felled by Tate. This will be the closest 18 years and over: John Ken-
Since their opponents Palatka The Jewelry-Bank team to total scores from the nett (Green Cove Springs) 84
Mobile ]Homes could muster "Nevertheless a Job well dropped their second and final NCF-21 that you will receive Chris Smith(Gainesville G&CCS
but four hits Tate needed only done one wonders if Palatka (Gainesville)
game in a real 907 squeakerto from the "Hook" until final 76; Wayne Cassey
9 hits in the final game to had caught Tate In one of the Harry's of St Augustine.WilliamsCommunity results are in. (Thanks to Mrs 75. '
take a 7-1 victory and withIt earlier contests?" Recreation trailed Herres). 18-17 year olds: Paul Mulford
the status of being the number Director Gene Rayburn says. only 5-4 after six full innings Scores are given in the following (Green Cove) 84; David Smith
one Northern Sub-District Cunningham Gulf was one of but the St. Augustine team plat- order: Leading 2nd 3rd, (GalnesvUle) 76; Richard Roberts
4th.LetVReElect (Starke) 67; Terry GaInes FOAM RUBBER
II (Starke) 60.
I 14-15 year olds: Bobby Hayns
(O Keystone) 81; Bret Cole O Keystone Limited
) 78; West Smith (Willis- 4a7
ton)75.Local. 4.. : Time
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G&CC Ed Watts 50; Bruce Regular 699?
Tucker 44; Mitchell Harris 'J----
KENNETHFUQUA 43; Paul Canova 42;Steve Noe-
gel. 25.
12-13 year olds: Chuck Wa- Our Mom nliM,ever a hilfMnlwy
ters (Green Cove) 84; Marly I of Oudity McnufMturin. ?

Kennett (Green Cove>. 83; Matt
Herres Starke) 77; David Beautiful gold cover that i i. Puff-Quilted to foam Each
Gaines Starke) 69. for luxurious surface sofinesi. Will not sag never
10-11 year olds: 'Billy Tuten need turning. Climatiied. never mildews. Piece
molds non-allergemc.
/ (Palatka) 84 Jim Merrill
S ) ; 78 Donald Davie Malone'i revolutionary SILENT SEAL box ipring.tuple Mtittrc ,r ''i I.nq,,,.)
(Gainesville -
; coated with, Space Age Sealant. NEVER Twills I, ( ', '.!/"
AND KEEP A FULL TIME 9 (years Palatka old) 77.and under: Joey RUSTS. SQUEAKS OR RATTLES! Foam rubhiv. '. I ,m acts only

Herres (Starke) 83; Dwayne Queen Silt 1 1VJ E 95 Set
Russell (G'vllle) 81;Barry Tho-
mas (Starke)77) ;Richard Gaines Extra Firm Diamond Innerspring or 6-inch Foam Rubber

OF (Starke) 76; Brian Thomas Rtgulorly/ 159.95 51
(,Starke) 74.
POLICE Hope I got all this right. Next SALE PRICE 11995 SIT GOLD LABEL
t\\\t week the NCF-21 will be playedat Twin"
Double Sin foam Nubb.> 13* *S S.l Super King Size !
Green Cove (August 9)) and ,
Super King Size 259 93 Set
will finish on Sunday Aug. 15
Queen Size 179.9S! Set SAVE $80 SetINNSTtVANIA.
at Ironwood In Gainesville with
presentation of awards at 5 Beautiful, decorator cover Putt-Quilted, to A R.g.
foam for lununou surface/ softness 2199S
PJn. 299.95

"The Law Enforcement Officer's Code Of Ethics"AS LABOR DAY EVENT 1Wll....' 1W..u..

Over the Labor Day week- [ojl IFT'-"imr.n _n.: 111--=--' I I .' lOiejl* [ MIA*ARIZONA_
end we'll be playing a four-
YOUR CHIEF OF POLICE, my :fundamental duty is to serve mankind; to ball, stroke play tournament

safeguard lives and property; to protect the innocent against deception, Two man teams: their best ball *

the weak against oppression or intimidation, and the peaceful against on score.each Each hole player is the will team's be allowed ALE SAVE 6OMAIONE

violence or disorder; and to respect the Constitutional rights of all 100% of his handicap.

men to liberty, equality and Justice. Strokes will fall according to
the score card.
There will be a $6 entry fee "
1 WILL keep my private life untarnished as an example to all; maintain < man) with four->laces. LUXURY "PUFFQUILT"LIMITED

courageous calm in the face of danger, scorn, or ridicule; develop self- (4030%/, 20% and 10%)goingin
prizes. We'll have to play .
restraint ; and be constantly mindful of the welfare of others. HonestIn 36 holes anytime between Fri ..- Rc ular TIME OFFER

thought and deed in both my personal and official life, I will' be exemplary day. Sept. 3, and Monday Sept.

in obeying the laws of the land and the regulations of my depart- 6. Players need not play with
their partners. Just sign and 6995
ment. Whatever I see or hear of a confidential nature or that is con- turn in your score cards at

''fided to me in my official capacity will be kept secret unless revelation the pro shop. a

:in necessary in the performance of my duty. So look around and get youa -1/\\ t; r Innerspring or 6" Foam Rubber

partner and sign up at the 0a 4 '. 6 .mi.It TWHI. FIKMII. Hulthi 1 tt'rll".tilt|
pro shop. After all these Instructions / Pl 6 inch. Doubly' ,....... /HtiM.' I I'I'l'lli! ....tMmiMtM
!l WILL never act officiously or permit personal feelings prejudices if you don't know N ...
4. Hill n.1N MN 1..x1 l IL.I.i P"OI 1I I .11 I" t >
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what kind of tournament are .
animosities to influence decisions. With no compromisefor we .1Mrw'ItlflUtMHt Mill k 'l"i o. Si | or friendships my . ,, .
trf flhMII ll llU>rt <" '|y|kMI it v""i I* I* '.I I playing It's the same thing ... : .. .. ,
,
criminals I will enforce ( D.u .U.Mw .INNwII .I'I..l,h. .I, M. I .Lwl
crime and with relentless prosecution of ,
Nlcklaus and the Old PLATINUM
that Jack -J-JY V" whL.: nl.1 1'a:. ; :wN. :1th: '.Lxl' ...,, K.II;, ::'.:: ;..'. ::'y
llrfllHHI l malice .h.|
'the 'law courteously and appropriately without fear or favor, or Man Arnold Washed-Up"Some- *!"'....".h'u.. l .1.1.1 .....".... ;ill will, never employing unnecessary force or violence and never accepting thing or Other" won last week- 'r '
end at Laurel Valley except you SAVE S10O on King Size. 299 95 Sot. Queen Sue.. 219 95 Set
gratuities. don't have to play with your

partners if you don't want to. Only this NEW SPACE AGE FOAM BOX SPRING u.AM .

I RECOGNIZE the badge of this office as a symbol of public faith, and I Bingo is still held every Wednesday IOA 1
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night at 8 p.m. + r-- IMtM, H IMNW lt.1 MIH *V| 4."I.,. ... ." ..'
will accept it as a public trust to be held so long as I am true to the Board of Directors meet : .Ul 2 ."N>**...." to it?h.tv ,K.<...I ., .".. ,,,,,, ,,, ,,., .. ...",

''ethics of the police service. I will constantly strive to achieve these Thursday night Aug. 12, at [gO.. Mlel rxM.........r Lr, .. ...... '... .""".,, ,0.0" ",
objectives and Ideals dedicating myself before God to my chosen profession 8pm. : ;j: : :; 3 ................. ...... ....,....'"....,. .
: : II... ..r sN ..."... '11111A .IIIM :"111 .1, .1 .1I ...".........
.law enforcement. ,......... ....he ...... h.l...",." .", I., I ...nl. la.Mnlu..ll, '. ,41.V, .
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THIS IS MY PLEDGE Kingsley Man [oClr.T1.rrr.h'"aaeY..r;:; ;; J'III ,...." J.'U", !... {., ....",.."' 1)[.) r

Found Dead

"The:Safety and Welfare of Every Man, Woman and Child in


tlie'Gity Starke, Regardless of Color, Creed, Religion or Walkof of ley Walter Route Lake McDonnell 1 1.Starke Box 314 was,Jr.Kings-,found 57,

Lift" dead In bed Wednesday morn-

Ing.He
wu pronounced dead at .
the scene. by the 4-DUtrlct
Your VOTE And SUPPORT Judge of Clay County Graham /

Hutchlnson who acting as coroner 13-fW. Call St. Phone, 96 .5827 Stark, Florida
said he died of natural
Win! Be Appreciated causes and that no Inquest would '
be made.


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What Did They Do for Amusement



I


,' .% Before TV, Movies and Autos"Gee



,' Mom-- what did you any manner of means. Grand
1et 1// 1 and Pop do for fun before they costume balls were frequently ,
f had television movies, auto held, and a social: editorof
mobiles, or speed boats?" the day devoted a full col-
This wide-eyed question umn In the March 31, 1888 issue -
posed by incredulous teenagers of "The East Florida Cou-
I l' xl every now and then has rier" (Can early rival of The
f i iI 1 put many a parent to thinking Telegraph on the Starke newspaper -
W 1, m ye about "the good old days"when scene) to describing the
entertainment was strictly a elaborate costumes worn atone
"do It yourself"' proposition event by such "gallant and gay
without the aid of today's amusement gentlemen" as W.E. Davis T.
gimmicks. A. Knight Thomas Wall, Cen.

For Instance, there were band B.H. Jones, Wesley Hodges,
concerts In the park, political Col. Von Klan Dr. Chace. Orion -
rallies and picnics, grand ex. Strong and Mr. Helber.
: curslons" by train from Waldoto ger. The latter we are told,
Falatka. Sunday afternoon wore stunning outfit trimmed
MY rides In a "hug-me-Hght: ," and with "moire antique buttons
/ long strolls down grassy pathsto and ornaments" the whole ef-
Alligator Creek. fect enhanced by the wearer'sair

But all the fun In those days of "Chestorfleldlan polite
wasn't confined to quilting parties ness."
In those days when "rock and
and lemonade socials by
afternoon In "hug-me-tlght" sods the "in
Sunday spin
roll was something done by a
r ship, and not a form of music thing" for courting couples In the 1880'

The traditional{ { May Pole Dance .brought out the town' falrett maiden In filmy the square dance, waltz, and
schottische all the
costumes at festivities{ In the City Park. Identified in this old photo are (front row, Letters to t among {the were city's gay blades rage when take over the automobile the local scene began and to One was of announced these railroad In the outIngs Oct.

'from Ufti) Florence Matthews, Cloo Mitchell Florence Canava, and Anna Canova. and lovely ladles. Girls did not "riding around the block"the -- 24, 1884 Issue\ of The Telegraph -
with their
dance dates the entire
-
Directly{ behind Miss Matthews are Alona Alvar.a (white dr...) and Ella Mae Long evening as Is sometimesnow paved loop comprising the as folldWs:

(dark dress). Others not Identified. the Editor. the case, and If a gentleman original paved streets inStorks "Grand Excursion from Wal-
-- CalL! Walnut, Wash- do to Palatka via Jacksonvilleon
wanted the privilege of !
s- '3t L* .. he ington, and Cherry; Streets- Friday. Oct. 24th. Fare:
a dance. simply signed his
became the favored afternoon round trip from Starke to Pa-
name on the dotted line of the
amusement. latka 92.00. Train leaves
Ia "dance
young do's printed Trains also provided( the exciting Starke about 6:40: a.m. and Pa-

TAKES ISSUE WITH GET WITH IT! program.Private parties, weddings excursions that were so latka 4 p.m. The proceedsof :
JS&tamstJ CITY ELECTION RULES and socials: formed the nucleus popular In the days before automobiles the Excursion to aid In finishing -

Dear Mr. Matthews: then. Just as they do now, of and hard roads made the M.E.' Church of this
Citizens of Starke Florida, social: life In Starke. But the every man Ms own transportation place."
I wonder/ If the public realizes atmosphere was somewhat system. On special Sunday afternoons
As a citizen of Starke I feel what the federal courts more elaborate and formal In Local organizations would In the 80's and 90's the young
y it necessary. In view of the are doing to our .schools I those days. A typical; party of sponsor excursions as a way men about town who could at-
Jimmy Alvaccr ..... .R.... upcoming'election, to express wonder If the public realizesthe the period was described In of raising money for their favorite ford to do so, would rent a"hugmetight'1

my concern regarding some of cost of pairing and clustering. an 1898 .Issue of The Telegraph club church, or charity from one of
BradJord. the candidates that have qualified what It means and : projects. The Redmen. a Starke' several livery stables,
I Double Honor For for election. the effect: of neighborhood "A large and Interesting part prominent secret order here and take their fair ladles out
? In the 1880's and
schools ;)' of both old and young people 90's, promoted for a ride. A hug-me-tight"was
As it now stands we have two To pair and cluster two or gathered at the court house frequent excursions to a light buggy without top,seatIng -
City Councilman living outsidethe more schools means first the Cedar Key St. Augustine and two people.
What school both men owe muchto last Thursday night In responseto
can about a County young
you Bay ; City Limits of Starke one dismantling all desks from lit Fernandina. They would char-
that produces leadership for two of dedicated vocational agriculture the Invitation of Mr. and ter the train and all Those who could not afford
of which has qualified for the through 4th grades in one of the Mrs. O.H. Moon. A of Japanese profits
the State's outstanding youth organizations leaders In the school and equally dedIcated position of the Chief of Police. schools; dismantling all desks lanterns row would go to the organization. the luxury of buggy rental would
was hung across -
In the same year? workers In the county; agri- Due to the fact that each polIceman from the 5th through 8th gradeIn the ailing giving plenty The ladles would pack a pic- take their girls to pick violetsor
cultural extension office. The many that is employed by the the other school: sorting all ; of light for the occasion. nic lunch, and altogether It wild Easter 'lilies. down by
of Starke Is to books In both libraries and would be quite a day.County. Alligator Creek.
required
the call of City The Balsden Brothers and
Much can be said and much will be hours, above and beyond M.
live inside the limits of Starke, transferring them to at the
said about Bradford County and two duty; devoted by these people to advising Wall furnished excellent music '
; why la It an Individual can grades: transferring all records and the happy people danced
of Its outstanding native sons-Jimmy counseling, and Instructing the qualify for Chief of Police that between the two schoolsof like they were on
Alvarez of'the county has paid off In lives outside the limits of children to be moved plus wages.
who was elected State Presi- youth ; ; "At 11 o'clock supper was r' Agent News
.J
dent of Future Farmers of Americalast a very tangible way with the electionof Starke. Why not the same rules getting up records: for all announced and the beaux led I

month, and Walter Prevatt, elect- two State Presidents In one year. and regulations for the Chief. children (by request of parents the fair dames to the People's
) who will be taken
are or Restaurant
where an abundant
ed State President of Florida's 41 I must also Inject here that a out of public schools and placed feast was prepared and largely by Pobby TvIorHOR.E
has been noted certain Individual that hat qualified -
organization last week. Bradford County schools. of
partaken by the
hungry
of Chief EAU :: VACCINATION President of the Florida 4-H
for producing leaders over the yearsIn for the position of aforementioned,before guests. Mr. and Mrs. Moon
of life. It has of Police has seen fit to recently the of If you have a horse pony Club Council at the State 4-H
and
Although records are not available many phases produced expense cross- daughter did everything In
Congress at the University of
back Inside the !
move mule or other equine,YOluhouldImow
It .Is safe to say that this .Is the first three Speakers of the Florida limits of Starke. Have these bussing I wonder takes how place. Federal their power to make the occasion by now that there Is a Florida last week. This was

time In history that any Florida Countyhas ; House of Representatives, a Presidentof persons paid the same taxesas court or Judge can any consider Judging an by enjoyable the praise one of, and the mandatory program to have especially rewarding to me because -

had the double honor of seeing the Senate and Acting Governor, the rest of us? I think not. that 'they are at all qualified young people they succeededin them vaccinated against Vene- I remember Walter's
two of Its youth leaders elected to a Congressman, Commissioner of Is it fair to persons to dictate to dictate to our school boards every particular." : zuelan Equine Encephalomyell- start In 4-H In one of the first

head their respective organizationsIn Agriculture, Railroad and Public Utilities how our tax money shouldbe and superintendents how to run Then there were the church tis CVEE). a new strain of the school 4-H Clubs that I organ.
Federal spent when tax money Is not the schools They have no back socials and the viral sleeping sickness diseaseof bed In Bradford County Walter4
Commissioner fundraisingevents.
the same year. a forthcoming from them? Is It and horses that has occured: In was elected President of
ground no
experience, Most
Judge, a National FFA President, and fair for persons to be able to do not seem to consider the these was the popular"pie social"among Texas. the' Starke' Elementary Fifth
others whose Influence has been vote fororagalnstexpendltures Authorities have Grade 4-H Club in the
Something besides coincidence must many gigantic cost to the already when each girl attending would determinedthat Springof
be Involved In setting such a unique felt at the State and National level. of City funds when they are not overburdened taxpayer; bring a favorite pie that she certain Southern States Including 1964.
required to pay the same rate Florida should vacci- Since that time, I have seen
record. Doubtless many factors are Every' Ume a court hand had baked with loving care.
for their utilities. nate to prevent an epidemic of Walter participate in many 4-
Involved, and both young men would Whether or not young Alvarez and down a ruling we tend to say The pastry was placed on a H
activities
carry on a successful -
be the first to admit that they could Prevatt go on to Join these othersIn One thing I do know that In ruled"that by Is a the Federal law it Judge was or so berthe rack with duplicate an Identifying number num-beIng this Our disease folks In the Bradford United States.Coun 4-H program and excel -

not have achieved such honor for themselves higher! positions of leadership Is order to have a good Police Department a panel of Judges". Is one held by the girl who had ty will have the opportunity to In many leadership and

and their home county; withoutthe beside the point. They have already you must have men Judge or even three wiser baked It have their horses, mules and citizenship situations.

help of many persons. achieved much through their own efforts with education and training. than the public attorneys, school The young men would each ponies, vaccinated at one of Probably as signlflcate if
and the efforts of their friends This we now have Our Chief boards and superintendents all choose a pie and start out to several clinics scheduled not more so. Is the fact that
of Police through baret"work combined? I do find the throughout Walter also was selected as
not think so. girl holding the match- aw County. Start-
and supporters. They have set an has obtained an Associate: Degree I would doubt if you could Ing number. When the numbers Ing today (Thursday). This an overall Achievement Win-
First, perhaps Is the fact that both example that Is especially appreciatedand In Criminology, and has find any, two counties In any were finally matched,. the schedule is printed elsewhere ner for his total' 4-H record.
are "native sons" and scions of pioneer commendable today In this age required. If possible, the same state In 'the South that have the boys would pay for the pie at in this paper and will give the This record was Judged In all
Bradford County; families who that seems to be afflicted with an of his men. This entails attend same ruling on their operation the rate of a penny for each time and place for each clinic. areas and competition was very

have been closely connected with the epidemic of dropout-itls and non-a- tag school three nights a week. or that have exact comparable pound of the girl's weight. Afterward Please check: the schedule keen.
For this
Walter
This .Is being conditions In the the and have award, won a
accomplished on schools couple would eat your horse at the
agricultural growth and developmentof chievement among so many of Its their own time and not City I would suspect that If one the pie and spend the rest of clinic on time. The vaccination trip to National 4-H Congressto
the county; for generations. The youth. They have restored faith that time. We now have Police Aux- had the total cost: of all changes the evening together. will have to be given by an be held in Chicago In No
Influence of their home environmentand out "system"Imperfect through It Ularvmen itovntliw larve num. and extra cost of cross Picnics to such favorite spotsas accredited veterinarian. There vember. He also won a Florida

their family background undoubtedly becan still produce young men ber of hours to police! work. bussing in Duval County as Klngsley Lake, Long Bridge will be no charge to the horse- Bankers of Association: scholarship -

formed a strong foundation on which and women whose principles and achievements This has not been In the past ordered by the courts It would Alligator Creek, and the city owner for this vaccination. To 250.: these
my knowlege, are
each able to build his almost equal the total cost park on Church Street were All horses In Florida are now
was .
success.In are worthy of those who two firsts for Bradford County
This is
letter a sincere always popular under
appeal the Large wicker a quarantine. You
otherwise of operating can
addition to family, church and have before them. 4-H. I'm sure that this accomplishment
gone to the Citizens of Starketo schools In the forthcoming clothes baskets were filled with only move your horse to and
.
please take all these mat. school term. tempting goodies for the feast from a clinic. will encourageour
ters into consideration On the 4th of You other 4-H members to work
when The Federal courts are a July the local can move your vaccinated -
you go to the polls to cast part of Government Government businessmen played host to the horse after a 14-day period harder In their f-H.activities

I How To Tell 'em Apart"Either your vote. .Is supposed to be for the surrounding countryside and has passed. However the horse Mike Reed of the Bradford
people and by the people. their wives would prepare the must have a vaccination tag 4-H Horse Club shoulc also
Our Police Department one Lef get with It; organize feast and spread It on long and you must have papers show- be congratulated for winning
that we can all look up to and as parents and taxpayers and wooden tables In the park.Some lsgchatedhe, horse has been the State 4-H Veterinary Science : -
you want to be a i man. be proud of. lets keep it that correct some of the abuses of the "guests" not only filled Demonstration Contest I'm

or you want to be a man," an way. being heaped upon us.both black themselves but frequently aboutyou have any questions sure that Mike Dennis Rho-
perated Judge recently told a 1 i -Does it snore on the sofa with a and white. brought baskets and boxes and program call your den Kelly Richards and Carole

attorney in Los Angeles when she over !its face? That'.the Sincerely, A Concerned Citizen ovens returned" home laden with"left County 9646554.Agent's Office! In Starke, McKlnney, other County
4-H
peared in the courtroom clad In tailo I of the house. Does !it like to sit Neoma S. Nelson T.W, Dakar "Meeting the trains" to see Congress members last week attending, will work 4-H

black pants. "You take your the sofa holding a cat !In its lap who was coming to town or CONGRATULATIONS! even harder next year to help

but not in my courtroom," sayeth It weeps over a soap opera? That's 1..'_... I going away. continued as a pop Bradford County's 4-H program keep Bradford County 4-H the
Judge in ordering the lady to go lady of the house. .. .us, a wfmas'1 ular pastime until the 1920's I Walter really got a boost tamed kind of youth organization that
and change Into a dress By Martha Sue McCain Prevatt was w. can all be proud of.

'ln ) County Extension
I
That may be all right for the older /U& Home Economics Agent
The present fad for look-alike / / ,
; it AMrpp
but what if you're walking be- Adlr' k /
for men and women, including
a couple of teen-agers. arm In _
thing from long hair to sandals
,
each wearing shoulder length hair,
Inspired a newspaper columnist to sweat shirts faded and patched PEPPERSWe Hot Peppen.Wa.h and stem

sue a sot of rules for telling the It'a Jeans and dirty, sandals? are still getting calls Pack Into small containers,
apart. Here are a few of his for putting up green peppers. leaving no bead space. Seal and r
These have been so plentifuland freeze.
they do add such a good You mar like to fix some w _
-If it still bends over to pick If you're real nosy, you could ask
taste to so many dishes. for stuffing latter or even stuff
a dropped penny, It Is a their names. If they say Pat and freeze now. Remember one

male. If It won't stretch Its tight Terry, you're still up a stump. Freezing sweet peppers to Important factor In

dle to retrieve anything less than names are often interchangable use later lakes very little effort .Is to cool quickly and freeze

dime It's a middle-aged female. days. and will really save when as soon as possible. This can
the price goes up so blah. be done by spreading on pan
Preferable after freezing, the such as cookie sheet t then when
-Put a dinner check on the The only to be of the
way sure peppers are better if used in peppers are frozen place; In
taurant table. Does it make of a teen-ager these days, says cooked dishes. vapor-proof moistu -pscot k.

cries of alarm and say !it has columnist, Is to be the parent The following instructions are .bags.

a contact lens? Undoubtedly it's one, "and that's Just too much cert of the U.S. Department of

career woman. Does It simply ask anyone to go through Just. to Agriculture BuUentln Home

Into its pocket and pay the bill? .I simple curiosity.; freezing of Fruits and V.. My Neighbor
:
etables. Sweet Peppers frocen r
- .
without
beating are beet tor
use In uncooked foods. Heated

i J--- The Bradford County peppers are easier to pack and
good for use In cooking.

TELEGRAPHESTAULISHID Select firm, crisp, thick. ,
walled peppers. Wash cut out fit
1mI' stems, cut In half and remove
: seeds. If desired, cut Into half
L. MATTH2WL Xda.erraaroes tlMWhN Wh strips: or rings.
.. _
.1Iti .
.... n.1... a..w,4 r ...... Cool promptly. In. cold water .

-w "Uer tile Isst ... M is.... ftIIMI and drain.. Jimmy. AI... ,.. Stete PPA
President
;, ..lsr' .... M ..... ... ... If peppers have not been heat Den meets with ono .| his p lecessers. Cengressmen .

.....IIt..... .. Ilyd. ateat,,1...... fowl Oseslfi ed, pack Into containers leavIng a Fuqua, 0" m, steps ,| rf, Copltel In Weshlngteii ., part .f fa.FFA

I,." .nal I J e.., M.-R down"No when use to put your fool t tr..no... If head peppers space.have Seal been and rogralll. and to .Intone FFA.prot.m..etl..1 '"*,. of'' *0 eheng.s taking ,I.c. In vee.tienal. l egrlcultur. .
you haven't a leg'
heated, J leave 1/2 loch head .
to .(and on!I" space. "See anything.? Fuqua *.rvJ as President the FlsrlJa FFA while In "high school.
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By Karen Supeky r ,a 1I

WITH DEAFEST; SYMPATHY
The residents oC Hampton extend -
their sorrow to Mrs.Mary
Williams, Jessica Williams, &*
and Joe Wfegina, In the loss LLi ..
of their cousins, On Wednesday -
July>38, Ole double fUneral -
of C.J.Brown and Eloise I RONSTONE DINNERWARE
Knabb Daniel"was held. fl\
Mrs. WlUUois. Jessica, and m\
Mr. Wiggins attended the dou-
ble funeral in Macclenny,where
the deceased resided.

GET WELL SOON:
Melvin J. Ilamel and his wife Li
hlrley. left for a two-week.
vacation Monday July 28.'fl) ;:
visit Mr. Hamel's mother In iiEppEO
Vermont. Mr. Hamel was taken ry
very ill with a heart seizure -
Friday and rushed to a eE ? _,
hospital In''Birmingham, Ala. iI
An operation seems imminentfor
Hamel and Mrs. Ham-
Mr.
el will be Joining him shortly. 1UNIT 1 PRICES GOOD THURS. AUG. 5 THRU WED. AUG. 11 % '
Mrs. Hamel returned hometo
Hampton to procure some <+
'OPEN FRIDAYS UNTIL 8 P.M.
personal Items for her stay !
at her husband's side. Mr. Ha- SWM
mel Is pastor of the Hampton

Baptist Charles Church.McCullough Is now USDA CHOICI SEEP BOTTOM BONELESS W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE ,
.
home the after'Shands spending Medical a Centerin weekin Round Roast e. . LB. 99c & .

Gainesville.His hospital stay W.D BRAND fUM ((10 IB. M.69)) :
resulted from, a broken arm RIB .
suffered at work. Mr. McCul- Ground Beef . 5 ... $2"
lough has endured some minor
SUNNYLAND WHOLI OR SHANK HALF
complications but Is coming

along wen;, Smoked Hams . a ". 59CTALMADOI BOB WHITE REG.
The community; expresses ROAST
SWlrT'S NWED
sincerest wishes for the speedy FARMS HALF OR WHOLE PREMlUl I
recovery of both Mr. Hamel
Cured Hams. 79c
and Mr. McCullough; e . La HAMSWHOLE SLICED


COMMUNITY COMINGSAND 1.
GOINGS: BACON
Mrs. T.F Brown is and has I 09
enjoyed the togetherness and si :;
companionship of her family a aAPT E-Z CARVE $| %
this past week. Mrs. Brown KRAFT"Mayonnaise ErTi
now has her daughter Mrs. t
,
Kay Carbone' of Elizabeth, N. OVEN-READY ;
J. staying with her. Tommy _
Topllfe and his niece, Susie SLICED
Topllfe along with Mr. and :-t*
Mrs. Skipper Topllfe, all of limit I Kraft r Deep SetuttV Moy r i> with.$7.SO LB.
Munsen N.J.: were visiting
e>r mere pur-chat* excluding ciej r tt t.
Mrs. Brown and her daughter .
Kay, Wednesday of last week. _
The group enjoyed themselves
during the Topllfe's visit by L B.
sightseeing at,Silver Springs. "W7VWV.'W'W'w

Mrs. Brown'" was kept quite RED RIPE
busy last week as she still 14 Orange
had another visitor. Mrs.Thel- Juice . 5 CANS $1 Watermelons . EACH99c

ma Mllllken of Ocala came to LillY LEMONADE, LIMEADE OR PINK GEORGIA

pay Thursday a visit and with Friday.Mrs. Brown 1 44jr: Lemonade . 8 CANS' 99C Red Peaches . 5 tel.X100.

As there are relatives and .UNO'S BREAK ft BAKE CHEESE OR CALIFORNIA

friends members coming In Hampton to visit, family there Sausage Pizza . 1'SI:':. 99C Fancy Plums e e 3' L/s. $100

must also be some who leave
the area to see their loved ALL VEGETABLE SHORTENING
ones.
Mr. and,Mrs. R.A. Brannen SAVE 'I6c DEEP SOUTH
c
of Bedford Lake, were ones to 3-33e: -\ CRISCO SAVE
Mayonnaise -
do Just that with their recent .
visit to Lancaster S.C. The 1 Kraft, South, 41 c
Limit or Deep Mayonnaise with $7.50 or more purchase Ir ,
couple went to see their daugh- excluding cigarettes. Limit 1 with 7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes.
ter and son-in-law, Mr. and 1
THRIFTY MAID
nens Mrs. not Robert only Falle.were The given Bran-the Peaches .5 ss X1 1

pleasure of seeing their daughter .
and family but had the Limit 5 cans with $7.50 or more purchaie excluding cigarettei. '
added Joy of being able to bring HUDSON

their Fable, back granddaughter with them. Sandy Bath Tissue I e . 2ROU PICG. 18 3 5

Sightseeing, tours seemed to LB.
be In orders,last week as
another member of our community 4 CAN
Arrow : 39C
; partook.of the scenic Detergent ;;
beauties of Florida. Mrs. Mary
Watterson, accompanied by her limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes.
daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs.Don MacMahone,spent ,i -y .
Friday taking la the sights at e '
Cedar Key.. Quantity ._ --( _
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Dear Readers: Rights p 'IV '
Please be patient with any )
absence of news Items In the ReservedWINN .,.. ....: -_ .
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DIXIE STORES. INC .. .
Hampton segment of the paper ..,
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COPYRIGHT 1971 '
t .. ." .
during the next few weeks. \ ..
,
J
uf"' "/ q .
Let me clarity! : .:. '. ff .
.
1 am expecting a baby very w. : ,- 1
soon and am not able to get 't_'. .GI .
around as much as I may wish .-
to.o'or this reason I have IT' 11 ''tA: ;:7 SAVE Sea MORTON CHICKEN BEEF' TURKEY SPAO ft MT MAC ft CHEESE

not been able to devote full : $
time and energy to representing Pot Pies..6 PIES /
Hampton to the fullest. I
ask only that you understandand 1 { o oi I I
bear i with me for the pre- i e t ICI VIII SAVE Sac MORTON CHOC COCONUT, LEMON, NEAPOLITAN OR BANANA

sent.My term of confinement will RA ; 1)11) Cream Pies 4 ':IS;; $1
soon be over and I will then
be able to put my best foot
forward in seeing that Hampton COLONIAL DEVILS FOOD. COCONUT, OR GERMAN

you Is for duly your represented.cooperation Thank and Choc. Cake 24 CAKE 99C

understanding. t .

Sincerely ;t7

-Karen Supsky

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: of 8- TO SAVEEXTRA
m jM j j m@1a"iimi: ONLY! WAYS


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S&H GREEN I I S&H GREEN I I S&H GREEN I I S&H GREEN 1U I I I GREEN

STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS
1COUPON
Wit"NI WS1ANe E WITH MIWSPAPt WIM MIW11Arle WHM MTWSPAVftcou I W/IN NIw1PNre
I WKnsl 00 COUKX. t niKMAM Of COUPON a PYKNAI Of oi t PUTNAM Of OUOOOt a 'UK""I Of I
a x 1 SIX I TWO ONE I ONE 1
+ 20-( IB.VENTVU 6 01. CANS I 9'01. PKGS. 1 20'orAR I I II 01 CAN
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nAMre JUICI enAM. ICI CRIAM BON BONS JULY OR JAM L erAM1.N lUG BOMB I
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tone loco WINN Nell AT YOU. was wmM.otiif AT TOW lOt al WINM-0AI> .0.. IO A1 WIMN Olllf f YOU. lOCAb WINM'OIBII I
To express the many thanks
that I owe to'many people of '
Bradford County. ; would be impossible. EXTRAS&H EXTRAS&H EXTRAS&H EXTRAS&H ; EXTRAS&H

But knowing. "' that I could not 1 I GREEN I I GREEN ; I I GREEN 1U1 I I I GREEN I I GREEN ;

thank all who have
personally
helped!11M. ',1 decided to take STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS I

this opportunity; to do so. WITHCOUTON/NWNUIe WITHCOUPOM .OWVA" Wtno MINNPANI WITH. NffWWAPfCOUTOM I WITHCOUK N/WSPANe.
Thank r.'you again tor all the 4 niKHAM Of 4 PUKMAM" Of COUtON a 1YKNAy" o a niKHAM Of >N 4 ni'''HAM 00
FOUR ONI UMOR ONI I ONI I
wonderful things that .
many you 16-0. CANS S7-es. MORE 3 IS PKG, I 4 IS. (
have done'for,*'me. THRI'TY MAID CS OR i ROCKINOHAMWHOII SUPIRBRANDCHIISIS W-D BRAND PURl SWIFT PREMIUM t
I* -!'M WK GOLD CORN CHICKIN !: I A'[ GROUND Bll j U CANNID HAM ,I'
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Garden Outfield I I WAREHOUSE



Following the completion of. made ''several mUtakei and the Hlngle !U not easy to get out j
the Northern Sub-District Starke team suffered a 14-5 as I* attested by Me total of
Tournament Sunday August 1, defeat. However the second 121 htu and batttw averageof
Carden Restaurant and Jack- Fame taw Garden gain revenge .538. Larry has 82 RBI and
sonville's Warren Motors taking Warren's measure has 18 home run. He hit over All Room Air
Conditioners
locked up in a slug test double 19-11. .500: In eight of twelve tour- Must Go 'At Tremendous Savings to You
header. The Carden will travel to neys, hit over .8 In tour tourneys j t
The Motormen of Jacksonville Merritt Island this weekend to and was at .700 In two.
placed 9th In the 1970 be hosted by Canaveral Sea JIM GARLINGTON, a native
National Softball! Tournament. Foods the host team In the of the state of Arkansas, U All sizes and capacities, from 5,000 BTU
Came number one was a nip 1971.Reglonals. This will probably a former BHS coach and Is T --
and tuck tor several innings be the Garden's final contest now coaching In Orange Park. to 34.000 some's. Most t units Inorliinal
before the Motor team began before opening the State Carllngton holds down right I t cartons, yr. old new models. Also,
rapping the ball and Garden Tournament In Starke at 8 p. field has one of tttt finest units out of cartons scratched
m. Friday August 13. In last throwing arms around and U slightly ,
week's article Garden's Infield a very fierce competitor, always dented ...all In operating condition. A

HHHMtfMMOHK was focus featured.Is on the This outfield week of the the No one striving plays any tor harder.perfection. I, few 110V casement units close out price.,

301DRIVEIN host team of the 1971 State Carllngton currently posseses FACTORY i
Championship a season batting average of
.620. Jim has 147 hits, 159 WARRANTY
THE OUTFIELD RBI and has walloped 45 home
Defensively, the Garden's runs. He is the team leaderIn APPLIES '
outflled stacks up with I the beat average and runs batted In. t Special Pricing On ii
of them and Is well respectedby Jim has hit over .700 in two ALL UNITS
Show Begins At Sundown opposition which will think tourneys, over .600 in seven,
Friday, Saturday twice before attempting to turn and was over .500 in eight of Our Appliances Also
a single Into a double. All eleven. His best tourney performance
August 6, 7 the outfielders have speed and was In the Starke t FACTORY! CLEARANCE-ALL UNITS MUST BE SOLD!
good arms. Pre-Season where he batted afantaetlc lntollo.,0,1. wiring arron9.m.nti availol.lt.D.livtry-pfck; i
TOMMY CLARK, a Hampton 933, going to the plate up or d.liv.ry arrang.d.
GETWIT4UHECATS I farm boy, holds down the leftfield 30 time and hitting safely 28
spot and T.I. gets the times, knocked in 27 runs, I We terrice ill nulei llr cMdtiMiflfWh
WHO KNOW Job done. Tommy Is no "holler scored 24 times and hit 8 out. Prices i Too Low To Believe! *' NI this\
] 8'Q'0" but Garden's opponents RONNIE THOMAS, a local j Room' Air ConditionalI I
WHERE IT'S AT! are aware of Tommy's boy in business with his father -
presence and respect his a1Ut.Y' is another player who
..I'.rJ to get the ball to the possesses rare speed. Ronnie
proper place In a hurry. T." covers a lot of territory in Join The Carrier Comfort ParadeV
goes about Ms Job with little the outfield and Is a real threat
fanfare and much sincerity. on the bases Ronnie is carrying t
Tommy also does a fine Job a season average of.441 ...WOT*.
'with a bat and he Is expeclal- has 41 hits and 14 RBI. Thomas -
rp ly adept In crucial situations hit over. 600 in five tour-
rl coming up with the big ht neys and over .500 in seven
l coming up with the big hit. Ronnie's best tourney performance t
t For the season Tommy Is a- wall the Starke PreSeason t
,veraglng .412 with 98 hits 68 when he batted a .750 r
tuns batted In and hat hit 8 average.
over' the fence. Hit over .500 GEORGE BARNES, a Gainesville -
In three tourneys, and hit .538 boy, has played very fine I
WALT DISNEY in MARCUS the Perry RHODEN Invitational.halls from defensively, but is not enjoying I

PRODUCTIONS' Macclenny, where he ran wild as good a year at the A
on the football Held for Baker plate as he Is capable of.
later starred Barnes U carrying a season
and
'County High
for the Bulldogs of Mississippi average of .371. with 31 RBI
8ta and 6 home runs His best
teeMarcul t tt
takes care of left tourney performance was the
A PURR-ffC1iY center field for the Garden, Starke 7th Annual when he was I
WONDERFUL NEW and with his speed is able at .533. '
than Fans will be able to see
CARTOONFEAIURETECHHICOLOR to cover more territory
monk It is rather difficult for the Garden outfield in action
[Gi-::' when take the field at
Garden opponents to hit one they I tt
.
> *k ** I IW, "' .g.o..c. t"C "through the ]hole" because of Westslde Park >In the opening
1 1170 wag| Oitnrsy production*
this speed. game of the State Tournament.
PLUS"COCKEYED Next week pitchers,catchers -
Rhoden usually performs well
at the plate and usually turns and managers will be featured I
COWBOYSOF singles Into doubles. Also, a preview of the
t tt
Mark is carrying a seasonof teams that will compete In the
4.513. has 134 hits, 72 RBI State will be Included.
and owns 14 home runs. In Garden is the host team, and
CALICO COUNTY"Sunday 12 tournaments Rhoden has hit Jo's House Pizza of Milton
over .500 in 9 of them, and Florida, is the defending champ. I '
Monday, Tuesday in three tourneys hit over'.600., Milton-is led by H.T.,Waller,
Ills best tournament{ performance who was named the Most Val- .
Augutt 8, 9,-10 a.
came In"Augusta when' uable Player of the World two .. Carrier
he batted a crisp.714. years aeo.Mens. I

"NAKED DREAMS"PLUS plays LARRY any position HINGLE, but normally Is usually I t Total! Centra! Heating And Air Conditioning -

in the outfield where he SoftballFrom

"CURIOUS DR. HUMPP" does a good Job. There may INCLUDES UP TO 7 OUTLETS 1 RETURN BTU
be others who enjoy the game 80,000 $

( Adults Only as Mingle.much Larry but none will more play anywhere than- ( Page 7)) I t FURNACE 2 TON AIR CONDITIONER 1295'

'I.D.t RequiredAdm. anytime, and goes full COMPLETE INCLUDING TAX t
$1.25 speed. at all times In the fourth Inning Jewelry-
Bank team grabbed back a slim
2-1 lead when Lamar Williams
led off with a triple and scored I t

FLORIDA THEATRE on trailing In Terry the by Hardee's bottom one, the of sacrifice Hurst-Ter-the sixth fly. o Add On-2 Tons Of Air Conditioning To Your System f

wlllegar team made It. new
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 ball game when after the first
t
batter was retired. Doug Brown Carrier
Frl., Sat., Sun., Mon., Tuet. rapped a base hit and crossedthe INSTALLED* f
August 6, 7, 8, 9;,,10 clean plate single.when Bill Adams laceda $


POPULAR'PRlCESl' After setting the Jewelry t 6
i Bank team down 1-2-3 in the

"A war movie top Champs of the proceeded seventh l, to the plate League the For As Little As IJIr j t

for people winning tally In an exciting man ,
nero Mark Milner led off the
who hate .: COlOUUUUU'_. inning with l a double but the ,
'" '" next two batten were retired ,
war movies! - - - -
-
0Awet1011! "- - -
- - - -
easily, setting the stage for - - - - - - -
-
Ken Reed. 150'Hohd"JI ,
Howell's
appearance.
Mag '" the pressure delivered a game t
'I
2Q. winning single and a 3-2 vic ATTENTIONMOBILE Carrier

'*....*, tory.The winners outhlt Williams- I tt
AFAANe acCAtTM1 Community 11-0 with Mark Mil-
Jss k L Ta aBiB sW HMMMI fteAllefA ner the leading batter of the ._
f LJ f I JpV VMooucTHm game going three for three
.Bob Milner was two-for-three. '
PATTON Will Be Showing At The Following TimesFri. For Williams-Community Ter-
,
ry Hardee was two-for-Mo and
., Mon., Tue., Aug. 6, 9, 10 Wayne Harper was two-for-
..
At 7 P.M. Only 1ree. ?

Saturday Afternoon Aug. 7 The final and deciding game a :a .
At 1 1:00 4:00: 7:00) Only was also taken by Hurst-Ter- .
.
wlllegar. However, it was not A : :
Sunday August eAt .
as exciting as the opener as HOME OWNERS 'k':4 :
3:00 7:40 the Hurat-Terwillegar team t .
-
scored seven times In the bot- ,
PLUS tom of the third and then coasted t
to a 9-6 victory.

Hurst utilized 11 base hits
'M'A'VH'iswhatthe to score 9 runs. Seven of their

3 new freedom total big third hits were Inning recorded when they In their sent Add 21/2 Tons Of Central Cooling $ t

13 batters to the plate. Doug
r of the screen Brown Mark Milner and Bob
Milner each were two-for-three To Your Present For
I System 725
f is all about. to pace their team. Billy San- :
-Richard Schickel, Lilt, ford led alt batters >in hitting
As
i Little As
.. going three-for-four. .. ____ _
i r. + Immediately after the game ----- -- -
the Hurst Shell-T rw111egar I I.1.
An Ingo Preminger Production Ford sponsored team was awarded -
"t Color by DE LUXE* fjiI a very handsome championship -
Pana vision* team trophy and Individual t
trophies /breach member CALL US TODAY = 14-7701
of the team.
MASH Will Be Showing At The Following Times The runner-up trophy... I
nothing to be ashamed of four
Frl., Won., Tues., Aug. 6, 9, 10 other teams would have loved
At 9145, Only' 1O and It went to the team Slade Gas And Appliances
sponsored by Williams Jewel
'
., Saturday Aftem "/AU9. 7 ry-Community; Bank. .
The season has been a very .
;;:<. At. 9:45 Only"'!- |j rewarding one for player and
, ,i''.t Sunday AufVuf 8 faithful spectators alike, says 332 I. Madison Strait Stark, Florida

,,,-.'' At 5:50.10:00 burn.Recreation Director Gene Ray

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--- LeIs ...a. I '!, -- -sr rrrssrrpssspSERVICE Marino Patrol Asked to Check


In The County Judge's Court t MEN
of Bradford Coun Florida In the County Judge's Court Boat-Ski Violations in Lakes

In re: Estate of .Myrtle G. Of Bradford County, Florida Mr. t 1 6" 6'' -' -' ...

Priest Deceased. In Probate Mrs. Tonda Hobbs PUTS two Col. Graham Hutchlnson. jus- said that one man could not
NOTICE OF PROBATE ty : tice of the peace, District 5, possibly patrol the entire
to Re: Estate of Geneva EUs- Deaden bars on her husband, Capt. RIchard area.
To All Persons Interested L. Hobbs Assistant Clay County; said yesterdaythat ------
Deceased. -
In scribed -----
NOTICE he had requested the >lo
The Estate. of Said Decendenb :: TO CREDITORSAll That Chief, allied Llason Division
I ride Marine Jacksonville
You are hereby notified thata Creditors of the Estateof 1/4 ; at USA Armor School promo- Patrol.
to make
an investigationof Lets (6s
written Instrument. purpor:: Geneva Ellsworth Chab", deceased 5S y tion ceremonies held for Cap alleged reckless, negligent Bootittq I IIU.M.MUUt
ting to be the last will and are hereby notified and of St. tain Hobbs. and dangerous operation of
I testament of said decedent has required to file any claims or of Captain Hobbs responsibilities boats and water skis
I been admitted to probate In demands which they may have of a Include providing asstsance Lake on Kings- : l104TIAG'S1IMMIIV '
e ley and Lake Geneva.
!oI.UU.ES:: :
this court. You are hereby com against said estate In the Office west In matters Involving allied officers -
manded within six calendar of the CountyJudgeof Brad- line 812'g"r'f' 1 .1yr during their course of heir arc! nun) .impoiunt rule
months from the date of the ford County, Florida In the This P'r Instruction at the U.S. Army Judge Hutchinson said he had Hlmli guti-ui' telti. .11.1 Ixuiing
first publication of this notice Courthouse at Starke Florida Is Armor School at Ft.Knox,Ken- received numerous complaints bin "MJIIU. uluili, an Plop down in theIwwL .
about boats and skllers "buz- i in lie c\cn "lore IIIRCIIIlie
to appear In this court and within six calendar months from to be tucky.
show cause If any. you can, the date of the first publication 1971 at zing" swimmers and other people tine Dial lung .UMI 11 full)
why the action of this court In of this notice. Each Claim or b t 1A2TIMER In fishing boats In and a- c.iiix'tl| '| | Hiih the Il.'J"ite"| l wit-Sy
admitting said will to probate dtfmand must be In writing and ford ': round public beaches on Kings- Hem ji Hill j> <>ilici. lmlt ut.ynwr
should not stand urn-evoked. must state the pAce of residence time reK go ley, and also on Geneva.He 1 Ittlpltil timing jii rmeineiityifr .
o I (1'\" .". iii'v...I1).tot.. .'
and post office addressof shall be Ku'rolA4 .
Jlr .lllllKllt. Miillr| i or IM .. IWHIC
|
/./ Jam' Yawn the claimant and must be the 4 9 1 has been notified by tel- '|>.nr II.IIIH sod A iiKil i.ilUluli ,.
County sworn to by the claimant, Ms the ephone that the patrol will send .
("ii|lug it",i bust huwe'...
agent or his attorney, or It will County men Into these two areas to Purr, mnliMil Km..IK.I Him I lie:
First publication on July 22. become void according to law. make an Intensive Investigation .
i UHIK 111 i IMMII 11 nut neeuih -
1971 William H. Gent -John of the complaints, Judge I '//u' II" niimliei of .prfueifilu
George H. Pierce Executor of the Estate of Hutchinson said. In making the ull Hill, ",id) huhlll .
P.O.Drawer 1030 Geneva Ellsworth Chab De One way for a man to keep request for help, Hutchinson ..xli a ..h'lI 1 .mil late, : it cry
Starke Fla. 32091 ceased. L. HOBBS his head above water in to stay commended the work of Wild- i.n-ii 'mining' 'ill 'irjnxc W.1i w7)..
Attorney for life Officer U 111)1) im .'I .ubstir 1 ,.
Executrix 8/5 2t nut of expensive dites." James llubner, but : "' 'givl ol
7/22 8/12 Eugene F. Shaw .h wUUntr .red Mgov

142 West Call Street
In The Circuit Court of Flor Starke Florida

Ida. Eighth Judicial Circuit Attorney for Executor
In and for Bradford County. 7/29 4t 8/19

R.J. Williams and Dome Wil
(lams. Ms wife Plaintiffsvs- NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE 1
Elizabeth: Ann Doughman and Notice Is hereby given that
George R. Lane Defendants. I. P.D. REDDISH, as Sheriff t'lr'SdY
NOTICE OF SUIT- of Bradford County, Florida, .
TO Elizabeth Ann Doughman under and by virtue of Writof I
,?
Address Unknown and George Execution, to-wlt: 00. <. '
R. Lane Address UnknownYou Execution Issued out of Eighth re .

are hereby notified that Judicial Circuit Court of Brad- .. ...i \l:. i\\" ..0 LARGEST
ford County Florida pursuant .. (OVErtllU.FASTEST
an action to foreclose the following \: .
to a Final Judgement for William .. '
.
property In Bradford .. '
Cowry Florida: C. Powell. Jr. of Starke @ F! et='Ct..s- PRIDAY ftSATURDAY Htrt's your chance to btcomt a monty-saving coupon clipptr.Chtclt CROWING

A parcel of land lying In theSE Florida, and against Paul E. : : _FAMILY_
1/4 of SW 1/4, Section 19. and JeWe Justice together with FAMILY}DISCOUNT; STOftCS tht: many! coupon sptcials throughout tht start. DISCOUNT

Township 7 South, Range 22 costs of collection STORES

East and being more particularly Have seized and have In my A SAVE -- -- CLIP ---- CLIP & SAVE --- IN FLORIDA
possession the des-
described as follows: following : / THI
I MotoOil12.
Commence at the Southeast wit cribed: personal property to- Plastic Riot! ._ ."'I Eagle '4IJI' Men's SOUTHEASTERN

Corner thence of South Section 89 degrees 19 and,run 02 The S 1/2 of SE 1/4 of SE a,?. wait b..kt Eo 30 or 40W Dress Pants STATES
.
minutes and 33 seconds Westa 1/4; NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of 10 qt. round pall w/tpout I AGL N.n-D..rg.n. I FAMOUS MAKERChooto II MIAMI -
SE 1/4 EXCEPT that portion I I 1r I I ftom lolid I
distance of 2632. 10 feet to lying East of State 11.... rectangular dish pan I I ,n S.I.ol.d pur virgin I I PERMANENT PRESS ploldft and ch.cki r 1
.
From point a .wd.l H ot rtittant 120 N. Miami Aval
of
point beginning. being < ( .
1 bu. round basket I I t.l 3Jlo36 A l.w ,
of beginning thus described, and all lying and laundry non-corro iv.. I I othar dial availabl. 1144 S.W. I Si,
continue South 89 degrees, 02 Section 15, Township 7 South, I MIX V MATCH'' II I II uS I Nafl.n.lly II 4520 S.W. t St.
minutes and 33 seconds West Range 22 East, The S 1I it ...'n n... -. I .. 3530 S.W. 22 St.
a distance of 240 feet to a SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 lies West : I I 81 I I I ..I.. W I Coral Way at $7th
of State Road 100 and East I .,..,. I I 1 Quvt Z I $12 .. $14 I 300:' N.W, JS Av..
point; run thence North 0 degrees of county graded road. I I II ----- I I.420* N.W. 27 Ava.
03 minutes and 27 seconds As the I ----- - --- - - - -- --- -- - -- -- -- ------ --- --- 4301 N.W. 'Ava.
East a distance of 450 named defendant property and of the that above CLP ft SAVE CLIP: ft SAVE -- CLIP* SAVELadies' -- 11751 S.DiaiaHwy.
on ---- -- -
feet to a point run thence ,
North 89 degrees; 02 minutes Monday, the 30th day of Au- SavevSave -e- _I -e- 2710 N.W. 7* St.
Auto Coolant Ladies'
1971 at twelve o'clock 'J
and 33 seconds East a distanceof Noon .
on said day on the pre- 1721 Bird R d
240 feet to a point; run mises of the Bradford County Return System I Day.of.the-Week I ( Flare Leg Denim Jeans II 1051 Sird Roa4OPAIOCKA

thence South 0 degrees, 03 minutes I ..,. Fit oil I .... ..
Court House at the East Door. cooling .ytitrmi I -- I I ,
.
Panties '- Z p..d fly Popular :
and 27 seconds West a I I r.gordls.! of "...u'. I .. 4i r- or
distance of 450 feet to point will offer for sale and sell rating. Including foreign I 1.- ..J IOOiAc.al..6euor.dI' I Idtondauort.dear. 14001' NW 2? Av..
to the highest bidder for 1 I I :: trip.t in u!*e.6 to 16 I
SAVE cashin and f truck. 1 colors to a pkg. 5, M, L I I rv.J SOUTH MIAMISWMSn.d
I Of beginning; hand the above described I .. ; '. I
I I I J.. /j-' I I d.HIALEA .
AND EXCEPTING:
any. portionrtgtitfthwaereoff therefrom within property of said defendant to : : i \ I \ # 1: : : 4
the Road satisfy the aforesaid Execution. r. : :i2- WI .... /f II l fifJ I Ill,;H.aloah Drv!
I \J' I I _
II .
18 and SAVE AND EXCEPTINGthat P.D. Reddish Sheriff II I V I I -=--... I 411 1050W.W. 4tK 2 S SI.
certain graded road leading 1- 1
,Bradford County, Florida -- -- - -- -- -- ------- --- -- ---
to the city dump of the City of :::: ::: : : ::: jjj ::: NORTH MIAMI
CLP ft SAVE CLIP ft SAVE --- 1S40 NE 4 Ava: ,
Hampton. 8/5 4t 8/26 j
has been filed against -e- _I _I -e- N.MIAMt CACHI
Elizabeth Ann Doughman you and Fishing Rod & Reel Combination Package of 25- 1fIJ Girls' I 14>0 NE 143 St.

George R. Lane, and you are In The County Judge's Court S f/. rib.rgla*. Rod 4311 *..1.! 10 ounce Tumblers I Assorted Sleepwear CAROL CITY

required to serve a copy of of Bradford County, Florida. pithing' Rod md )p I I I I Choot. from 1 440 NW 113 St.HOLLYWOOD.
1 Bobydolllor
your written defenses If any In Probate I ,li Catting fresh i walffior .. I I I .1.Th.( t "rv-utuobl white. tumb and I I Cowni. Nylon or I OCT.Cotton. ,
rt com m
to It In Re Estate of Nora Bell 11 "built foi pnhennn P.rman.ntPi. E. Your* Orel.
on the Plaintiffs' attor- : I th. fintttt I pack I I. I I .010...Dishwasher. p/ooh I I ,, .... Many. I "
t Patt.il & Print
whose and Sapp, deceased. I
name address
ney I 6 I t, I S..41014. 1*.HOLLYWOOD
is Elzie S. Sanders 138 West I I I I II 171 NW ol A .
Call Street Starke Florida and NOTICE TO CRtDlfORS: "t ;"", I I I UlJI I d.:...... I ttOS. Si.t.Rd.7
file the original with the Clerk All creditors of the estateof I WI I I rm II

of the above-styled Court on Nora Bell Sapp, deceasedare I aw I I u I LAUOERDALE15JNW4QA

or before August23,1971;other- hereby notified and required I--- -- - ------- -- __ -1 1t 1-- __ ___ _ ___ __ ___ 1 ____ _____ __ ____ __ __ **.
wise a ,dgement be to file any claims or
may entered 2M7DWI* RULM7pN.S
against you for the relief demands which they may have CLIP SAVE ---- CUP SAVEAWvfKover---- ---- CLIP* SAVE
demanded In the Complaint. against said estate in the office Save*Save ---e ( ..Rd.7SOofNt

GILBERT of the County Judge of / Fishing Rod & Reel Combination t io< !fm Men's Canvas Casuals l Avo.J72tN.OUI.Hwr..
S. BROWN CLERKBy .
Bradford County Florida In iLjUUV
sVa, ft. Red >. ...1! #77 .te.av.rsMrra I I
: Virginia F. Darby r nn
As Deputy Clerk the Courthouse, within six calendar in Starke months Florida is ....... Rod hat tturtiy woodet II I !-. 4 iJ. : S.If..dh.llv.V.nyl.Eo.y I I O.lotd and Coia Irylahandle I Artifl.- ALSO IN -
Black Brown and TartSiia
I opply.Coloduldalgnt I ( I
I Penn Hawktail to
7/22 4 t 8/12 from the date of the first pub- Sea. '* I 'r. e. -. I 6'' 'to 12. arts*
.1 l Th.
wars' If
r I os w a6..- I I til* lift
lication of this notice. Each "
.. ?
R l of Yard
I._ Champion" I ': ::0 Pr I II
I "'; rlT- I MI Raitsysits
In The County claim or demand must be in I of" ...- \ p" I. I I II til.
Judge's court I I
writing and must state the place r .. I .
!; I !. '
II
of Bradford .
County FloridaIn .
of residence and post office t 'j' I HfJ

Priest re:Deceased.Estate of Myrtle G. address of the claimant and Vt.... I I 1\-I '- ...... I tl ...... I I I I ....... II II ln rittivlll.t*
must be sworn to by the claim- CmelktrryCk.rUtu
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll !
creditors of the estate ant ney,, his or it agent will or become his attor-void -- -:=:: ::::: CLIP I SAVE :::: Hkr.CkltflMl .

of Myrtle G. Priest, Deceased, according to law. ---------e--- l-------------e----I
are hereby notified and required Muriel Lee Kelly as Admin- t 81I Men'sLeatherlike _

to file any claims or istratrix of the Estate of Nora CMSI l iik
demands which they may have Bell Sapp, deceased : Fans i Nylon Stretch Socks : Vinyl Sandals : Cry t l dlftrClllaf
against said estate In the office Elzie S. Sanders I RlfllSfTtM
of the county Judge of 138 West Call Street 1 G.E MOTOR I I Rvinfotcad to* and h..1.l I I R ,c h, sup mahogany I l k.I( )
Y.OI War/only\ three I i Attractive choice, of .had* with cr.p. tol..
: tlr.y
Bradford I prepI li kIi
County, Florida, in Starke, Florida 32091 115' .. U.t' opprov.d I .i-- ular' 'olort. S'l' *. IO/lJ, I -":.- S.i. .. 7 to 12. I
the courthouse: at Starke, Flo- Attorney for Administratrix I I I -- I I"" I (III*
rida, within six calendar I ,; I .' .. fllw t rlkl
'
I I .
.
.. I ._ ,. ".- .. :. *MIittl <
months from the I
date of the
8/5 4t 8/26 I ok .. I *
K3Soft
first publication of this notice. 1497 I ,, .
I .. .. .... I ,...... rt. Mm*
Each claim or demand must be I I .....,;;--r. I I --' rt. rim* mItlMIVlll

In writing and must state the NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO ------1 _ __ : _ __ ____ 1 __ ___ __ ____ ______ __ __ I *
place of residence and post REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
office address of the claimantand Notice is hereby given that --- CLIP ---- CLIP & SAVE ---- ClIP I SAVE --- Hilsts Ciry

must be sworn to by the the undersigned, John L. Mai- M"tse : ; --8 e (Mil* R*||
claimant, his agent, or Ms attorney ton, 5734 Knollwood Drive, Swim Boys' PrintedCotton Men'sWhite ItKkJscktMvllltnt

or It will become void Jacksonville, Fla., Intends to Carlb ar Santana 1: / ;ifffs r T T-Shirts : CottonHandkerchiefs : Ktf !
in business under the )
according to law. engage Soft f.afh' .r.d i .. .
July 15. 1971 fictitious name Starke Elec- I Your Choice! po"ve' t hrl'fs'; : I I .A *JZr choo from Florida. a.1X I I I
/ J numbers cuto'
/George 11. Bowers tric Service, at 130 N. CourtSt. I quu I 1 18.8 tta> l.ti, I :I / \ toymqi.ugni ... 100:f Cot- I I 100% Wh.,. Cotton. Full I
Fla. and that he I v.I I p'.u. fro""'.. I II ike park
Executor Of the Estate of Starke \ I I 1. j.d. H.mm.d "Jq.' ake !.

Myrtle G. Priest, Deceased will register said name with COflb Santana : "nricw Y7 .,. ':. .-. ., Llk* trtk(2)Lt (
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, I \ : I I :
First publication on: July 22 Bradford County Florida. I ." '> .'. '. .:." '. nDll I: .' ._ -=r I I 'I 1O/tOO. 81I t UaritkMHtlkwe f
--John L. Malton, sole owner. I. I I I u

1971.George tl. Pierce !. "':: _ _i..W__ ___..: .: _ __ 1__ __ __ __ _ _ I __ __ __ ___.._ __ _ Mtnin ttlTMMt i .

P.O.Starke.Drawer Fla. 32091 1030 8/5 4t 826WISH lfcqtelAULj-.j: ; .SS! ?SntiT.Sare 13333 Nail Htnnw.** (a.0M .

O-----1Mti-"i----e 1.--; Chlortn---e;
Attorney for Executrix:
.I'D SAID Ladies'i & Men's : 1 .iU..1 Okktk *

7/22 4 t 8/12 Air Mattresses AssortedSonglasses ; Baseball Gloves I 10% Orlas< It)
I I ,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO THAT I Sturdy "I" "beam con I : II -77 with nilawllng I : JK/K Super ar.A1I'''. Handy II Paktkttai

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME ttruction l for. red na th. I I I I I .,,,,.,w -,.., Pn'eadu.pourbryl..no' \ return II *nt
anywh.ro.
wav.t or u. I 1q PtrriseMiry.
Notice Is hereby given that I yo ... iiir.
I I I 9. ball I : + TWO 1 (a.Pl.llt .
the undersigned, under the provisions I park
of Chapter 20,953 Laws I I : I I Ieo.cmaptw. GALLON I Plast City
kids nowadays thinka
of Florida, Acts of 1941 will well Most balanced meal is a hamburger .I I -' un : Cep :.tJ I I I I _. PLASTIC UtI I I Rlvitf Ptmiii**link

register with the Clerk of the in each hand.-Doug I 121" X 12" I I' i I I OTUIS I Saafw ((2)tMIKII
Circuit Court, In and for Brad- I I
(})
----- -- -
ford County.Florida,upon proofof Coleburn, The Blackstone ---- :: SaUIIIM link

the publication fictitious of name this of notice NEW of (Va.), CourierRecord.Luck is a hit or miss. affair 1Fj.e: : ::: ---- : -- --e' I ---- I- -- -

ENGLANDER MOTEL, under
which I am engaged In business but it is usually with the :i i: ; Colgate Tooth I Paste p Protein-21 II Shampoo Tim a ((1)ari )

at U.S. 301 North, Starke folks who don't count on It.- 4 ounces I : 8.75 ounces : : 14 Dances : Sjrlac.tinpl .
Bradford County, Florida. Earl Jenkins. The Index, ? Tni *

James V. Porchlazzo. U.S. Hermitage, Mo. :I N' II@It 2 : I II@Il 2 .1 I pnkrx Rpuler, limit 2 I MtltSTltstvtll* 12)Vre
301 North. Starke. Fla. I I I
Discipline is something for I I .r Dry Katk
James V. Porchlaizo, owner. j ., ,rug I e I I II Naickila.Piiwf
U.S. 301 North, Starke Fla. every child to learn but the : m p : e' .., : I ._ t II tk(2)

2 Dated this 2nd day of August, lesson requires a wise teacher. .'_ ......: @ liD I I I ..- u II ZipkyiktllsSotltfoition
A.D. 1971 at Starke, Bradford Charles Williamson Jr., -.t.u.a.. =" I I I I ........ I :

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Alberta n. Hedge f SENIOR CITIZENS ; ; ,

ServkesHeidAt .
We enjoyed a happy bus trip of our meetings '
Crosby Lake and lunch at Belford State Prison It was further brought out
thanks to the help given us that many of the elderly !In our --r x'r'
by JRec. Dlr. Gene Kayburn and County who suffer from emphysema t 1-
Mr*. Alberta Hlnson Hodge his assistant Randall Davie bronchitis: asthma and
52, died Tuesday July 27, !In Mark B. Jordan,, Director of other chronic respiratory diseases sr.fy,,;r
Maiming S.C. after a hort!} Ornamental Horticulture con- can get fast relief ;d __-t--
illness She was born'In !Hampton ducted well-rounded and Informative though not a cure through the .- .,. .
x
I.p.p.n. w
on Oct. 18, 1918. the daughter tour and said that he use of an Breathing
of the late George W. and never met a more spry or live Machine for home use.Through
Estella Green Hlnson. She ly bunch of senior citizens. Medicare this can be prescribed CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS[ CHURCH OF COD JORDAN MISSIONARY CHURCH OR PUREST '

was a member of the Baptist We were very pleased to meet by your doctor at no cost to CHURCH 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Sunday FIRST PRESBYTERIAN School 9:45 BAPTIST MISSION AT MELROSE. (
: a.m.
Church. Mrs.'Jordan too. Perhaps they the patient. Through inquiry Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Morning Worship II Youth U.S. 301 North, behind Taste .
of using this machine, a.m. Schedule of Services
will Join us sometime at our people Morning Worship II ajn. Youth :
Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Free* Drive In, Sunday
club. We are grateful to Mr. 1 have found that they obtained Service 8:00: p.m.E.enlneWor- Fellowship BpmCholrPrec- Sunday .Bible Study 10:00:
Surviving Is one daughter, Evening. 7 P.m. Youth Night. tice Wednesday 8 School, 10 am Worship Service -
Jordan and are amazed at what relief and very good results. ship 7 p.m. a.m. Morning Worship 11:00: .
Colum
Mrs Patricia Woods pjm.Thursday Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D, Burch 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Pray
he has accomplished with the Further information on this can night Prayer Meet m. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.
Billy
bia, S.C.! three sons. Meeting Friday 7:30: p.m. er Service 7:30 pan. Wednes
Hodge, Jr., Starke; Wylie help of Inmates !In the Improvements also be obtained at our club 7:30: p.m. --Rev Y.W. Kldd pastor. All other Evenings-BOOpm.
Hodge, Hartsvllle. S.C.; and of the grounds and In meetings. Ivy Luke Pastor CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day.Leroy Olive pastor E.L. HAMPTON CHRlallAN
Dudley Hodge, Alcolu, S.C.; development of throusands of A letter was received from GrifQs, associate: pastor. CHURCH
three brothers, Woodrow Hln variegated plants. His greatest Max Friedson, Miami, stating SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -
that he was asked by Oliver BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST Worship II.Training Union, Swidajr School 10..m. Morning -
rehabilitation LAKE
Jacksonville Dick Hlnson, achievement Is the I KINCSLEY
son,
Hampton( ; and ;Bert Hlnson, of ISO: prisoners Jernlgnn newly appointed head 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Sunday School 9:30: ; Training 6:30. Evening Worship 730.: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship-James, II ajn.Shaw Evening
Worship
of the Bureau of Aging for recommendation Sunday School. 10 aon. Worship LeRoy Dalrymple Pastor. BROOKER paa-
Starke; alx sisters, Mrs. Wllla of whom 13S: wen! out to full : Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning tor.
Mae Denton Starke; Mrs. Okie time Jobs some becoming man of candidates to Preaching, II a.m. Training U- II a.m.; Evening:, Worship. Sunday School, 10 am. Wor
Barlock, Bradenton; Mrs.Elsie agers and foremen working In be present at the White House Non 5:45: : p.nu Evening Wor- 7:30: p.m.i; Prayer Meeting 7:30 BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH! ship Services 11 a.m. and 7
Hall, Atlanta, Ga; Mrs. Marie nurseries[ and only IS: falling by Conference on Aging Nov. 28- ship, 7 pm Everyone welcome. Wednesday. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Dec. 3, 1971. My name was submitted '-Wilbur Dyess pastor. Rev. Lacy Conwoy, Pastor. BROOKER, FLA.
Self, Fort Pierce; Mrs. Odell the wayside.We Pastor Rev. Robert West. Inn Worship. II a.m.: Evening
Guy;: Jacksonville; and Mrs. try to smooth out the along with three others Worship 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday
Alma Barr, Everett Wash. Also many difficulties which senior from various parts of the State. CHURCH OF GOD Meeting, 7:30D.: m. Wednesday.Rev. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol -
surviving are five grand citizens[ face today. For' instance These names have to be confirmed OF PROPHECY, BROOKER NEW RIVER BAPTIST J.C. Saunders pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mor- Superlntenden4TralNrlgU.
by Gov. Rueben Askew Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- nlon, 6:45 Lowell Douglas,
: p.m.
will forms have been!,
chUdJ: n.Funeral Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng ning Worship, 11 a.m. and 7
and his aides. Ing Worship 11 Training Director. Services 11
procured and sold to our mem- II Young a.m. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Worship ,
held We received cards of gratitude .. Worship a.m. Union, 7 p.m. Evening Wor- P.m.Rev. a.m., Lavern Outlaw,music
:
services were bers for a nominal fee It Is People's Service 6 p.m. Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday\ John Ross, pastor' ,
at 3 p.m. Saturday at the grave- surprising to note how many from Mrs. Jessie Young Evangelistic Service 7 p.m ship 8 pjn. Wednesday Night School II a.m. Morning Worship director.J'
side In Crosby Lake Cemetery of our people have not madea who Is still undergoing treat. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, service, 7:30: pjn. Everyone; 9 p.m. Training Union
W.A. Hogan officiating. senior citizen >in ment, and from Mrs. Eileen welcome. EVERGREEN BAPTISTHighway HEILBRONN
with Rev. will. Any 7:30: pjn. Come and worship 7 p.m. Evening Worship. of BAPTIST
followed under Donahue a former club mem L.L. Parker, pastor. 125: Northwest
Interment Bradford County, even though with us. Wednesday7:30: PrayerSer- CHURCHHIGHWAY 18 N.
direction of DeWitt C. Jones they are not a member of our ber. We were happy to see -Rev. Bobby Harris pastr vices. Lawtey Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sunday School' 9:43: a.m.
Sunday
Marian Batchelder and Alex Morning Worship 11:15.:
Funeral home Club can get this Information PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper Pastor Morning Worship II. Training'
and the forms by attending one Morton back with us again. GREATER BETHLEHEM Night Service, 7:30: p.m.
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Service
--AI A vote of thanks was given FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Pre- Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:30..Midweek
.. 11 Prayer
AIRPARK :
Morning Worahlp a.m. BAPTIST CHURCH
At ftiO AI Nichols for Albert Knight[ ,
.efts to making a Cor. Ash & Chestnut 7:30: pmRev
beautiful frame for 1971 Sunday Services Booster Band, Young Sunday School 9:45: ajn.; Service 7:30: ; .
our School. 9:30: Morning Worship, People and Prayer Service), 6 Morning Worship 11 a.m.Even- pastor. -Rev. t.. Tommy Howe
Library Award.
I 11; League, 9 pm Night Service p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Ing Worship, 7 p.m;Wed. Pray pastor.
t A five minute movie of our 6 pmRev. Jasper Williams LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH!
Midweek Service Wednesday er Meeting and Bible Study, 7
Fourth of July and Christmas 9:45
pastor Sunday.School, : ami! ;
? Parade was shown by House 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland, p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
layWeSuggest. Morning Worship, 11 a.m.Evening -
Pastor G.F. Prevatt '
t 0For t Chairman[ Karl Hoist whoalso FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome. pastor. Everyone Worship 7:30 p.m. Midweek OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
gave a report on the proposed STARK Bible Study Wednesday, 1404 E. Bessent Road
program of the Fourth of July HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m. SwdayPriesthood 8:30 a.
Comm building toward a Sunday School, 9:45; Morning (Highway 100 at Theressa) "
I up Be In church Sunday. m. Sunday Sc.I.! 10 a.m. Sac-
any bereaved ones wishing to make 1972 Fourth of July Festival. Worship. II; Junior and Senior Sunday School- a.m.Morning FIRST! CHRISTIAN CHURCH rameni, 6 p.m.
We had a big turn-out at our MYF groups 8 p.m. Worship 11 a.m. TrainIng Sunday Service:Sunday School Frank Jarvis pastor.
of Monday Mia 7:30
memorials a lasting nature ... pjn.
Wednesday Youth Choir[ Rehearsal -
last meeting It was good to see Union 6:30 p.m. ; Evening 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, Tuesday Primary 4:30:
t Mabel Wainwright, Zella Lest 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Worship 7:15: p.m. 10:45: a.m. Evening Service 7:15: Wednesday -'Relief Society.p.m.
t Oma Cotton, and many others 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Night Prayer Ser- p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun ST MARY'S CATHOLIC 7:30: p.m.
who have missed for 7:49.: vices 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle 6:30 CHURCH, MACCLENNY
Your contributions to the Crosby Lake we sometime day : p.m. Jesse D. Branson, Branch
-DeWitt
T. Farabee Jr.
Mass 12 Holy
pest. Packham pastor. -J.C. Brown, minister Sunday noon. President.
Cemetery Trust Fund for perpetual caret t Happy Birthday Greetings Jay Mass, 5:30: p.m.

of the Cemetery will be a living memorial were sung to Mary Alien and LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL,
Joe Kerrigan. There were no HOLINESS CHURCH ---- -------- -- ---._- -- -- ---------
t to the memory of your departed loved A wedding anniversaries this t
( Sunday School 9:43: : a.m.;
ones, assuring them a resting phce of I, month. Morning Worship II a.m. Youth 1

beauty and dignity. -Joe Kerrigan Service 6 p.m.; Evening Wor- The RESPECTED WORD : I
t ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. ) :.,r I
I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH! Prayer Meeting 7:30: J ,"
STARKE Thl'I Intilf, I i- a 'iHtok (tniMtHlt'il' .' i"InI'r, \' J '

j Memorials may be made in the form of Sunday Sunday School, 9:45: : ; p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chawceypeator. knmui lai'ftiiiK't' It /Ithi* mini that men.. J I I

contributions mailed t Morning Worship at 11. sermon: h"H' ihi'il, for, in order" that it mnt 10.t ttxmlM -
to the Fund and tot As Jesus walked"
"Walking ; GKACE BAPTIST I ** to nil men II|| in the 'lex MM ink for Coda;, t /
P.O. Box 368, Starke, Fla. in the name Church Training 6:13: Evening
t Worship, 7:30: sermon: "Main CHURCH, STARKE; (tenplp'' .rt. I:' ;
of the whom wish
one to to
you pay t tbe Health." Sunday School, ]10 a.m. Morning ,'I" ', !
taining Spiritual
tribute. An acknowledgement card will Monday Trustees Meet, :5:30 Worship at 11. Training I The hilili. it-i111 f ji. not\ eor.hgrywd| but it / ", '
Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Wor- ,rrgK| cled l. for it i_ the .ti>i\ of (Gml and hi.
sent by the Association to the family p.m. ,
t Tuesday Helen Masters ship 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer rrlritmtirthiit to mini 'It i i-. coati* tnihle for
concerned t Group meets at Church, 9:30: Meeting, 7:30.: -Rev.. Leon T. I ear-hgt Hint' dull, living ": t. f '
Odom, Jr., pastor
a.m.; Young Musicians, 2 p.m. ofo '
t Ida Darby Group meets at home Attend chinh, iPtMiliithtml.\, and M..k ,

Such memorials! made to the Crosby Lake t of Mrs. W.B. Johnson, 2:30: ; AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH I j I a duil'-; ill hi roar hlV
I
Cemetery Fund will hjlp: insure lasting care at Lorena home Epperson of Mrs. croup Cula Coran meets, Sunday Worship School 11 10 a.m.a.m.; Evening MornIng 'f/ M f'?. tht t.'."I/ nut .roi! tlntl, ) ,,?,t n..,..d!

of the Cemetery and will be a permanent, ;; I'i itribute I It t 3:00: : Brownlee Group:; meets Worship, 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer If ht* MM/ tin II/lugs! / h". .. r I
to the memory of the one in whose with dire Myldred Cuttlta 7:30: Meeting and Bible Study, I ? 1

t name the memorial is made. Aj p.m.Wednesday Family Night; f 7.+p.m.Young every Monday Peoples 7 pjn.Meet-. I' the (harsh it'Cod i oppoinrtd, ogency in Mrs woildfor ;

Supper 6 p.m.; Youth Choir G.F. Prevatt pastor. Everyone ipftoding, Iht knowledge of Hn' lore for man and
CROSBY LAKE CEMETERY "A" Practice, 6:20: ; Prayer Welcom f of Hn, demond for mon to rttpond to 'that love by I

Meeting/ and R.A.'s at 6:30: ; I loving hit, neighbor Without, Inn grounding, m the I
ASSOCIATION; INC. A Teachers and Officers MeetIng ..- ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC love of Cod, no government or tacitly or way of !lif, ISM
7:15: ; Church Choir Prac- CHURCH STARKE will long perievert and the freedomt which we hold "'"flYItl9t. ,

A P.O. Box 368 Stark., Fla. I tice, 8:13.Thursday: Father James Cregan,pastor I so dear will, inevitably, prink Therefore, even from
Visitation.W.A. Saturday Mass, 7 P.m.Sunday a telfiih point, of view, one ihould support the (hu.", .
... ..... ..... ..... ..... Hogan Pastor. Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, I for the Joke of the welfare/ of hirmell, / and hit family .i, 'i''::.r i { .

7 p.m. leyond 'that', however, very person ihould uphold rllj'
; ?.
6 I
Confessions -- Saturday and participate in the Churih become "it tell the truth :I I'J:,' I

p.m.School I about man i life. death' and dtifmy.,, the truth which I.tt,') .
of Religion
: 11 aloni will, oil him fret to I live, at a child of, Cod .. ;i.i i.- l
Grade School -- Sunday
a.m. to 12 noon. i
High School -- Wednesday
I IyoaE
7 to 8 i :
p.m.
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NORTHSIDi; CHURCH: BAPTIST "" ', '.


9:45:Sunday; Sunday Morning School Worship 11. Sun- ; g '

dav Evening Worship 7:30.: I :r.. :.. :

BETWEEN 4 AND 8 Wednesday Evening, 7:30.: .. b. ( .. ,

-Wayne Wells PastorST. "' 'i I:,b;i,.,

-"C1.f0l1 \.'p
MARK'S EPISCOP .ti: I
CHURCH. STARKE
Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd
Sundays 10 a.m. Morning Prayer I'I
2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday, I
TONIGHT 10 a.m.John .
M, Flynn, Rector __
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STARKE CHURCH

OF Bible'CHRIST School. 10 a.m. Wor t STARKE "66"

EVERYBODY'SBUSINESS. ship Services, II tim and FLORIDA SERVICE
IS !! 6. p.m. Midweek Service, Wednesday 'vVT"

Class Thursday 7 p.m. II Ladles a.m.Church Bible I (j ESiONtROI Kill Edwnrtli Ph. 964-7231

located ope block west on SR Tire TruinjrHeadlight
18. C3
--J.P.H. Bell, minister ;;' '_ Adjusting

tlaraMU to
PI\: EHII L CONGREGATIONAL: Brake Service

METHODIST CHURCH Carl Hunt Phone 964-6111
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Wheel ISalance and

s Service Worship 6 p.m.11 Evening a.m.outh Worship '- 539; : !) E. Call SI. Starke.. Kla. Alignment

7:30: pm. Rev. Tommy 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE Phone 961-5745 for FREE AIR CONDITION SERVICE

You ace. the hour! In-twoi-n pm and H pm are what L, Milliard[ pastor Hlway 301 and 100
wo cull the"Punk 1'erind"'I'hnt's: the time a hen Inspections rind Estlmatea AH Minor Repairs
\ the mostelectricite tao 8. Temple Starke
you--andnllvourneighhora-use!; .
MADISON: STREET
617 N. Temple Ave/ Starke
:
"' For cooling!: off.; Cooking./!: Hiking/ Dishwashing.!: BAPTIST CHURCH/

r You( know,the routine.I I All cause an unusually Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning
heavy drain on the I power xupply. And all increase' Worship, 11; Church Training

, ;', i,iv,> the chances of a power shortage,: occurring on a hot 6:15VMU: ; pVayer Circle 7:15: ; STARKE BUILDERS EDV4IARDSGrocery BRADFORD
summer'day\ just about evens air conditioner Evening Worship 7:30.:
" Monday -Youth Choirs 7 A BSTRACT'CO..
, "" withinmOQt4iegoingtullblasL< / ] p.m. SUPPLIES Inc. and Market
lietuven 4 pm and 8 pm on hot days. Wednesday Prayer Meeting.
7:30: Church Choir
"i..n' moderate the temperature of your air conditioner. ; Deacons; Meeting. 8:30 Practice D.m. Featuring Ace Hardware Groceries Meats Feed Keller Service For:,Your.

Don't overc'ool. Also plan meals w hich require little k : ; ThursdayEvangelistic Vie!
..a' or no cooking. Cook l before or after peak periods 'r' raaon, c.'M: p.m. Complete Paint Suppliesand GAS AND OIL Title Problems

r' (The game holds true for washing and drying clothes .? -Denton Sumrall, pastor. Sporting Roods Jack and Glad)* EdwardsU. Abetratti.
and disherf.\ Finally, keep to n minimum the amount (!.
of hot water use for baths, showers, and other S. 301 SatthStarke Title Irmurance15.H
you We need not bear anything
Est'r r "Check With Ua Flnt"tit II : ;
: >t;, .*1,,. uses during/ peak periods. alone, for Christ is with in> PHONE 964-5312 W. Call -'- Ph.' ffla l
''tl'$'f i Electricity, like all of Americas resources, always. Through Him we have Waehln=ton SI. 4.5270

... ;.'.: L.: should be used wisely By helping us conserve the power to overcome the I
electricity, between 4 pm and 8 pm these summer world. We can meet all thing '

., days, you'll be helping yourself And everyone else. with strength of Spirit with j' CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.
I
1.. t ni with love For when
our
i ". '. IIAlJ P 't: joy Lord, Is with who be OwMd By Those We Sent In Twelve Northenal Florida Counties "Helping Our Member I4ve lietter
't us- can
... _..
rrrh.: I -- against us? Let not our hearts Rhtett eallr"-Key.tone Helghta-PhoM 473-411 I [

,r .-. be troubled: believe in God,
believe also in me.

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I Hilites I Forgery of TV Center Checks for Clay County; Embracing approximatelyhalf ty line near-Melroae..-East and., was approved 4-1 at last week's

Keystone Commissioners, DI.trlct.1 will of the county's geographical west, at its widest point it runs,, meeting of the Clay, Commission -

Former have to hustle for votes in an area the new District 4, a distance of 18 1/2 miles from over the objections of Commissioner -

\.. By GLORIA REDFEARN i i Charged to Employee approximately 400 square mile which will become effective in the Bradford County; line west Kitty Murrhee who

area ss a result of action last 30 days If legal technicalitiesare of Klngsley Lake to almost the was named to succeed her husband -
PI.! <... Coll 473-3283 or 473-4182 from the Duval westerly city limits of Green
The following defendants pleaded week redistricting the county met, runs the late O.J. Murrh... as
Robert S. Green, a former guilty and were fined as on the basis of 1970 population County line on the north 32 Cove Springs.The District 4 Commissioner until

employee of TV Service Center follows: Lucian R. McComas. census figures. miles south to the Putnam Coun- new redistricting plan the next election.

Diane, Brokas, George Leath Keystone Heights, Is beheld Orange Park, $26; Ike Scott Mrs. Murrhee argued that
Tenn. ---
In Nashville

Wed in.St. Anne's Church charges of forgery. Judge Graham on- $16 Isaac Archie Finer $11 Major all of$16 Ocala, and; T < :. / 1 I too the large new District geographically 4 would to be be

HutchInson of Lake Geneva Charlie Goodman $11 and Benjamin -. I .. 'J. ( handled efficiently by a single
Miss Diane Louisa Brokas and ted swiss gown with a yellow said yesterday. Candadate Jr., $11 both t I11I .:tC-J2ii L"t..:. IV'7 commissioner but County Attorney -

George Earle Leath bow In the back. Felony warrants Issued Tuesday of Jacksonville. : : 9 AlG! !': Frank Scruby defendedthe
were united "
In marriage In a double All the bridal attendants! car- Green by Judge with Hutchinson forging several charge Other cases disposed of Included : .1f.4f.f.Y.r.i.3;, t ;l : ,, 0,; ( ( new plan, saying It was thebest
L"j.2' : .ift that could be worked out
ried daises. L -
July 24 at
ling ceremony on :
Saint Anne's Episcopal Church Mrs. Alex Brokas wore a checks most of them for a- George Rudy Keystone ;.r.'T t r.' .::-jk tJ; .{ -; t' ,.,. on a population basis, which:
mounts over $100 on printed : 1-. .
4 the law requires.The .
with the Rev. M.H. Breyfogle floor-length yellow crepe gown to TV Center Heights, charged with assault = r- : Ir. 3oJ
checks belonging 'tYTj.t'"J
rector of All Saint' Episcopal with long lllypolnt sleeves anda Green allegedly removed and battery. After hearing tea _= l"1-A- +::; : '..,..,; l'/a' '- 2'" tfI"" 1 redlstricting problem has

Church In Morrlstown, high neckline accented with nine, checks from the business timony. Judge Hutchinson reduced ...> ..... or"h.r' \ :r. i. arisen because of the rapid
population growth of the Orange
Tenn. officiating.: teardrops and seed pearls. Her charge to simply assault; : '--I-I ...... '
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check book when he left Keystone r J. .j; "Il. "A .-
I Par In order to
of area. give
headpiece was matching Coronet guilty $51 fine. ? I .\ IV! I J"t: : \ /1" ;
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The bride daughter of Mr. edged with pearls. She several weeks ago. Thomas W. Douglas Jr. and _.it-: :'" ;': i.-" each of the county's, five .dis..

and Mrs. Alex Brokas was wore a purple orchid. Since then, the checks have Mike Bozotto. both of Jacksonville ..-J.:: .171i"q' ;; ;'Jjt.H." : I "" -&:.'\'' ,",, J tracts a fairly equal popula-

given In marriage by her fa- Mrs. A.S. Leath was dressedIn been written and cashed in various trespassing at StrlckIand'i r" : ,,<. ../. ( "I.k I, +-rr: -"" 7.Ji.: !.. ,"' tion of around 0.000 It was
ther. Mr. Leath Is the son floor length short sleeved locations ranging from the Klngsley Lake ; '. :; 1.,1 necessary to place approxi-
a Landing :.
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Keystone to Miami the I ... I-- ., 0 (
of Mr. and Mrs.. A.S. Leath. gown of turquoise crepe with amatcl1.lng West Coast area and other parts of and fined $5U L. .... ,I : ....'l ,- .--- '..... \ --.- -... mately half of the county's;
redingote of lace. She Robert Sanders. Keystone j .. .- .. I \ geographical area In District
.
The bride was gowned In white also wore an orchid. Florida. Heights Insufficient lifesaving : .!' ;'j1)C) j ..::::- ', .. I of which Includes the sparsely

crepe with anembrolderedbodIce A.S. Leath served as best Other worthless check cases equipment, guilty $11 fine ,... IP.BLANDINQr: ,k' ..... }Vi'i-L..f. : settled Camp Ulandlng reser
of led the docket in .
Chantilly lace featuring : hearings ; -i-> 'tE.\
thegroom' Columbia vation.
man and Russ Pitman }Frederick V. lung Jr.,
a high neckline with petite nephew was ring bear- held by Judge Hutchinson In S.C., no lifesaving equlpment : 1'w !" :::, T 'ilcg-; _.' GREEN con'--- \ Mrs. Murrhee said that District -
standup collar. A'white satin the period ending July 31. The -- "
Ushers were Stefan Bro- $11. : '. 4 already had about one-
er. guilty, Ir .. PNNY!: -- ... -
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bow ribbon topped' her white following defendants were found : I1J ;; .I .. ..: .v'P third of the
.
kas, Michael Brokas. Veazy David C. Timmerman, Nor- county's graded
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:e:
,
skirt which fell guilty and allowed to make restitution :
crepe to the ..I: '" .. roads
Walker and Herbert Nelson, walk, Ohio improper use of ., = y' \ \,:: '- "'-i t to maintain, but that the
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floor. The veil of white Illusion Jr.. all of Keystone. Bill Pit- and pay court costs: traffic lane guilty $26. .. '. _'' >_<. I :t. :T'; : .' I new district lines place about
was edged In Chantilly lace man of Gainesville and Donald John Lewis Flowers Putnam Joel Roberts, Keystone .. r- _; I' \'1' -.R'k I : "- : _,' C.l..c two-thirds of the dirt roads In

and accented beautifully her Leath of Jacksonville also Hall Mrs. James D. Hill, Melrose Heights assault and battery .- 4 i 1t'J'; \ ,",:- District 4. She said this was too
cathedral train. She carried served ushers. ; James F. Trtest, Putnam : .J: {? V'- :.. .. much for one Commissioner! to
as guilty placed on I
white daises with yellow rosebuds Mrs. Donald Leath kept' the Hall (two cases): Eddy pleaded for three months probation and / .,.... ty ., r"T"; : .1\P'\ .Id:J y 4. ..... iKEYSTONH i .. r supervise.In .

centered with a white bride's book at the receptionand Cardenas, Keystone Heights; adjudication of guilt withheld. '.'''''''''1 '!' ..... .0 : \.. ",, 1-- ...:.. r ': ,:) ... i ; t. f..- ( reply to Scruby's argument
orchid. Betty Rhoden Raiford; Mary r' : :tI"
and that he
Mrs. A.C. Mlngledorff Stanley (Sandy)Gray son.Keystone -I was required to
i.. 4 '
The attendants were gowned Mrs. Robert Menzen and Mrs. C.Kendall.Parrish Putnam Hall; Mary Heights use of Indecent t' -:- .1r71": ,.,-1Z? .;;: \ ::t_ .::1-.! draw the district lines accordIng -

alike In floor length dressesof Thomas Howell served the wed McDanIel Galneavl1leLGeoI'F. Key.toneuelgbl.e.; and obscene language and In public . J"\, '.....-.". .-... ,.. Tor' '...1.' ..-. .'I:.... 0-' _. .. the 1970 to population as Mrs.shown Murr-by
crepe accented with ding cake. guilty, $26 fine 5 days census
empire
The reception held at the and J.D. Boyer. Starfce. TO"'r I \ bee said: "In that case the
waists chiffon sleeves and bodices was Next In frequency were cases In Jail. J.... r :., ;'ct.:5.1t; : .: 1
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of embroidered home of the bride's parents on Venerable Armstrong. Grant ftH' 't- \\.J.f' ; 1.\1 census must be wrong. know
daises. .
of Intoxicating -L,1'
involving possession : ,
The maid of honor Miss Patsy Lawrence Boulevard. In State Park.- din, no Ilfesavlng equipment, !' ._ .:;..-.. :; I.t.d- ..: : .... there are more people in the
liquor a : ,. ,
Nelson of Jacksonville wore Following the wedding and guilty. $11. : .;:;: i .-, ,,,.to l' r.t : .: ,. '".,.r.._\' ,.,. ", .: .." .' the Keystone Heights area"than what
reception the couple left fora census counted. Other
turquoise. Bridesmaids, Mrs. In :\ : .4JC.. I:::: o"J"j" . \ commissioners
Veazy Walker of Keystone and wedding trip Highlands ............... OI"ou.-..... t -.r: .J"' ; :t. -.p..i.I: V. I about expressed the
Mrs. Bill Pitman of Gainesville Resort In the mountains of North same feeling that area.
Carolina. They will reside at ;r. ,..<5.JJ.-V; ; "With a county population of
sister of the
:
yellow. Christine Brokas groom wore Jun the London Town apartments News NotesBy -1 .::T !t :t '?' roughly 32,000 and 17.000 of

ior bridesmaid and Miss Elaine In Jacksonville upon their re- Ii that located: the Orange Park

Pitman were dressed In pink. turn. Mr. Leath Is a firemanat Helen Egan 1'. 'e : area. It means that, with each
.11
The the Naval Air Station and ., :iJ" .- commissioner required to have
groom's niece Miss Ka- IP' I .
thy Leath of Jacksonville Mrs. Leath Is a legal secretary "' ....... l_ approximately the same number
.
wore for a law firm In Jacksonville [1.,_' : ,.r< ..1'1' of constituents In his area threeof
an empire walsted yellow dot- FELLOWSHIP CLUB of Mrs. Malmgren wnere .ClIne r. the five commissioners
The regular monthly covered of her married children and are
r going to have to share the
ate dish luncheon meeting of the families are active In this mus- Orange Park area population"
Club will be' held at 12:30: on ical city. As to the Senior 8' I Scruby said.
VACATION CHURCH SCHOOL Miss Julie Redf earn,daughter August 12 in Lion's Club Clubs there the big city pro

Vacation Church School was of Huntley Redfearn Jr., Building. A program arranged vides for many programs need- The state law also providesthat

held July 26-30 at the Com- Is here visiting for a coupleof by Program Chairman ed here but which lacks a bac- an Incumbent commissioner -

munity Church under the direction weeks from her home In Vera Lambing will be a> short ker. Axel Malmgren was the Area cannot be"redlstricted"

of Mrs. Robert Eklund. Haines City. reading by 1st Vice President charger member and treasurer Keystone JUt of office and since the Constitution -

Children from 4 years throughthe Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hanks Mrs Mltti Kersey The program of the Senior Club we now 3 Plead GuiltyIn Men Named to provides that each
eighth grade enjoyed Bible chairman is also know as the Fellowship Club. commissioner must live within
and and Mrs. C.B. Mc- arranging -
discussions crafts recreation, family Harry Hazen who entertained the district be represents,each
Rae and went tubing for a musical Interlude of Development GroupA
family ;
and refreshments each day. down the Ichetuclmee last Sat- a sort of songfest Some special the youngsters at the Library $1,200 B & E' s of the five new districts were
enrolled Hour is Mrs.
Over 100 children were Weekly Story
business will be discussed required to be set so mat
urday and reported a very enjoyable up
with an average attendance dally time.COMMUNITY. by the members as President Elaine Lovorn Hendersoa'sbrotierInlaw clean sweep of the Clay, one of the current commissioners -
of 88. Teachers were: Kinder- Marion Drtseoll the and will be on held'under $2,500 bond each. lives In each one.
opens Three Jacksonville men, arrested County Development Authority;
garten, Mrs. Floyd Henscheland CHURCH meeting/ Remember bring this the Keystone Heights Teaching on B & E charges In the The B ,& E's '''Occurred on and two'new faces on the Clay
Beals First staff this raIl.William .
Mrs. Larry ; Mrs. The Community Church Wo- up but."'thole days of no rent Jr. withth hla Keystone area pleaded guilty; ata Wednesday and Thursday bte County Hospital Authority; were Justice of Peace Graham
and second grades Mrs., C. men have a new Circle to add payment have long gone byl! Laurie Beam and, Blllle preliminary hearing In Green last week when goods valued at disclosed last week with the announcement Hutchinson of Lake Geneva said
Richardson daughter son
George $293.71 were taken from Cunningham's of recent appointments yesterday that an opinionis
to their organization. Cove Springs Monday and were
Jeanine
and Miss drove Ms mother and father the
V. Phillips EASTERN STAR bound over to Circuit Court. and{ equipment totaling by Gov. Reubin Askew being sought from the At-
Wilcox; Third and Fourth Wednesday, July 21, a fine Advance notice Is given to William Beams Sr., for vacation The mt.:39.: was stolen torney General's office In Tal-
men were picked up by
to.their former The ten members of the
Mrs. OllphantandMrs. borne new
Hugh trip
grades group of young women who have reach members of the Keystone Jacksonville police and turned iron the Gold Head park 01ftce.ltem.lo.tatCII1DIneham'- lahassee as to how the new
Wayne Donahoo David; Fifth Rigs-and small children, met at the homeof Heights Chapter O.E.S. as to In Ocean Grove N.J. The Senior over to Clay County officers William Development E. Baker Authority Lake Gen are: district will affect Ms Jurisdiction -
Sixth Mrs.
Miss grades Patrice Mick Miss Mrs. Joel Roberta on Lake the Covered Dish Supper onAugu.t Beams were house guestsof after they had attempted to sell Included two tires, several poc- eva: Ben Zellner Green Cove and that of Constable
by. Brooklyn for an organizational 21 for all Masonic and some of the stolen goods. ket knives, a 4 HP Johnson Ray WIngate of Key.tonelIeJgl1I.e.
Patti McGlave and Crafts Mrs. Mrs. Beam's Mrs. Springs William M. Bean Jr.,
sister ;
; meeting of the new circle.: outboard and It that
Chapter members when the Accused of breaking Into and motor a three- seems likely
and Keystone Thomas D.
Seventh visitsto Heights
Wrinkle Several
Miller
They named their circle the"Madonnas" Ann Prescott. : the district lines will
Founders of the Orders' Birth- entering Cunningham's Gulf gallon gas tank. new ap-
Eighth grades, Mrs. B.F. MI- relatives and friends com- Ryan, Jr.. Green Cove Springs;
with Mrs. Joel day will be celebrated. Worthy Station In Keystone Heights and Taken from the park were Gene Doctors Inletj ply to them also Hutchlnswi
zell. Mrs. Joel Roberta pre- Roberts selected as chairman Matron Mattie Lee Kingsbury weeks a very enjoyable three the administration office at Gold two Burroughs/ adding mach- Burkhalter : said but they will not know
O.B. Park PaulC.
the refreshments dally Nell Orange
pared and Mrs. Paul Stelnmetz, co- and her social: committee will holiday. Head Branch State Park on ines, one Remington typewriter; ; definitely until the Attorney
In Blllle's father Armstrong Orange Park
John Valdejulll was and entertained
and Laurie ;
chairman. be in the and tanley electric General heard
one
busy planning announcement Highway 21 north were: Ken- sander one William from.
of recreation. Pastor his with Phillips Mlddleburg
charge Officers for the coming year of the committeewill youngsters Black & Decker 26- ;
saw. one
neth Earl Water 20 2933
McCord had the New York where Louis H. McKee Orange Park
Stewart openIng to City
trips ;
were chosen and Mrs. James be reported later. Sunset Street Gary Eugene inch portable fan, a. tape recorder The two major populationareas
sessions with and the climb- ; and MalachI Henry Green Cove
the were
songs highlights
Cook asked by the added to District 4
was young and two tapes one portable are
Bland 21 3147 Second Street
Bible stories each day. All In ina of 120 steps in the statue of Springs.
women to meet with them and COMMUNITY CHURCH Circle and John William Laos, radio Solid State transistor Clay Hill on the north and
all It was a great success and help In organizing the Circle. The two Sunday Morning Worship Liberty and the blrdseye view 18. 3206; Missouri Ave., all In and one Black & Decker Beam succeeds Gay C. Livingston Penney Farms on the east.
everyone enjoyed It very much. Mrs. Cook answered many Services are continuing at of fun city; from the tower of Jacksonville. They had been belt sander Jr., whose term expired With the addition or..these and

questions for the ladles.This 8:30 and U a.m., which provides Empire State Building. This July I I. as the reprtsentative -.. other areas. District 4 will be
HERE N' THERE Is a very enthurslastic opportunity; for some who trip was made by train from from Keystone Heights. more than double its present

Mrs. William A. Borner of group and will be a fine work- are spending the weekend at Ocean Grove and a real thrill J.P. Hall Jr.. chairman of size.,

Baltimore Md. Is visiting Mr. Ing group and a credit to the their summer places to start for Laurie and Blllle their first the Clay County Hospital Authority -

and Mrs. Charles T. Smith and organization. They expect to early worship. Summer time Is train ride.Returning. Clay Considering was reappointed for

they are showing her the sightsof Increase the group by several vacation time and as folks come via Washington another term. Holdover members -

Interest around this part more members before the year and go, so do many newcomers D.C. the sights of the Govern- are John II. Pace, Jr.,

of the state. Is over. They heartily Invite any move into the community and ment building of the National $4-Million Orange Park, and Charles Mc- S.E. MCKAY

Mrs. Roy Bridges has returned young woman who wishes to Join an opportunity; for Pastor Ste- Capitol were a happy climax: BudgetGREEN Clave, Keystone Heights.The REALTOR

from two weeks In North them to call Mrs. Roberts 3- wart McCord; to get to know for the younger Beams. The two new members of the
Carolina where she was Joined Beams, Sr., enjoyed a com-
3213 or Mrs. Stelnmetz 3-4724 all, the Service of Friendship Hospital Authority are Thomas
by her daughter Carolyn, and and they will gladly enroll (registration pads) ant passed fortable plane trip home which COVE SPRINGS Carlisle said the budget also G. Frisbee of MIddle burg. and Keystone Hti. 473-4816
her children. After return- them In this new, circle which found them happy and well to must stretch to cover the 1971 Maurice J. Welch Green Cove
ing they Journeyed to Key West will meet the third Wednes- along the aisle enabling every be back. Clay County commissioners costs of building the new Clay Springs. HOMESACREAGESRENTALS
and points of Interest In South day of every month at 1 p.m. one to register. This service Mrs. Harold Lawrence gave a are considering a new budget County Courthouse and Jail

Florida. After returning to Lake at the educational building of enables members to speak a Coffee on Friday July 30. to and which will run between $3.5 and to settle other debts Incurred -

Geneva for' a few days they the Community Church.A word of Welcome after the service introduce newcomers Mr. and M million. by the county for re California has the highest ASSOCIATES:
traveled to Stuckey S.C. where nursery will be providedfor as there are so many Mrs. Reed of Keystone Heights. Pay raises amounting to cently purchased equipment. retention rate for college students

she visited with her brothers the children with a very newco/ners worshiping every Buggies Dodge FFC (,Sgt. 1st been$63,000 proposed annually for already full-time have of any of the states. M... M.lb.. Ilf.n 473-4740
Sunday. Here Is ..
Fellowship at Cal Ch. lnlon 473.4679
of Mrs. J.
capable supervisor In attend- Class? retired son Ninety-four cent, or
and sisters and then on to Myr- Its best. county employes at budget per .
tle Beach. Mrs. Brannon and ance. Vera Lambing of Brooklyn Lake work sessions. Bird-Lovers' DelightA 762.918, stay in Californiafor L.Pa.ch.l] Roblnian Cmrr'! 4T5lojj 47J-401

her two children have now returned After the organizational TIlE JUNIOR CHURCH is expected home soon as he A 10 percent acroee: -the' new limited edition of higher education.

to their home In Bir- meeting Mrs. Roberta served A new Innovation that serves has left his station and is visiting board increase was voted for John James Audubon's Bit'da
delicious: punch and coffee a- friends and relatives on his all employee C. W.
Ala. except
mingham. the be
younger folks. particularly nf America is to publishedin
long with other goodies. the first, second: and third grade return to I Keystone. Sgt. Dodge Thomas of the road and September. Limited to 250
Mr. and Mrs. Paschal Carr children to each was a veteran having served In bridge department who will
worship
and children, Leonard Derrick BAZAAR WORKSHOPThe Sunday Vietnam I Korea, :Japan and In get a 1100-a-month hike in hand-numbered copies the
morning at 11 In their
and Dlna have returned froma first workshop for the Church Service.a.m.These own those early years In Germany pay and Harry Kelsey county edition will be published overa

week's trip to the mountains bazaar to be held on Novem- folk will attend the regular young and saw combat service in service officer who has received period of 11 months. if it's

of North Carolina. ber 5 at the Community Church opening service In the World War H. a monthly Increase of
will be held Wednesday Aug. sanctuary His mother1 la anticipating The reproduction of the
taking part In the Orderof $75.Also
18, at the educational building Service until the his homecoming and arrangements excluded from the 10 original 435 hand-colored vacation

from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please when they will adjourn preachlnlr'time. to have been completed. percent hike are the sheriffs plates is being published by

GARAGE bring a sandwich.Beverage will the educational building and He will take up residence In department zoning board and Johnson Reprint Corporationof
under -
be provided. Mrs. Ernest Mc- his new home next door to his elected officials. New York and London together money
the of
leadership MarshallGallop
Lean, chairman of the workshops mother. He formerly owned a
SALE would, appreciate any will have a Junior home on the other side of Lake County financial officer / with Theatrum Orbis

new ideas you could suggest, Church Service. As last Sundaywas Geneva. George Carlisle, who Is pre- Terrarum Limited of Am- you need

any materials or patterns) you the monthly Communion Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Hallman paring the new budget to be sterdam.
Between Barber Shop wish to bring. Mrs. Thomas Service the young folk remained planned to visit Col. and Mrs. adopted in September, said
Gregory chairman of the Bazaar In the Sunday School David Nelson. Col. Nelson Is the board has received requests The 6 portfolios will be fol-

And Hardware Store. wished all members of building for the 11 a.m. Worship a DAdAnt at the Naval Base Hospital for budget considerations lowed by four half-leather (

the Women's Organizationwould service Next Sunday they Jacksonville and Mrs. totalling $938.085 from bound \o1umei.: LEAN ON US
will Join with others In the
Join in helping to make Nelson Is a Wesley Manor resident 18 county agencies.

the bazaar in November the sanctuary.Last who reported there appears neat .
Keystone Heights Sunday the Dally Vaca- ---------1 A9a'66 M' 43
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biggest we have ever had. tion Bible to be some improve-
School or now called
Church School held Its com- ment in Colonel's condition. We make vacation dreams

mencement at 9:40: a.m. In the CONGRATULATIONSMrs. 6 come true with the magic of
Sunday School building. AU
grades and classes Bonnie Jones we are ready cashl) Personal Loans

DeWilt C. Jones Funeral Home the Adult Classes Joined Including in the all happy to hear that you have
fellowship of covered dish din- finally Joined the ranks of the ADHERETO OR ANY from our Bank are fast, easy,

ner at noon.PERSONALS. retired, and as a teacher for CARS STEEL low.cost. You can lean on usl I II
"lP$J many years In Keystone School: I i
STARKE we trust this retirement, along & TRUCKS SURFACECONVENIENT

PHONE 96 1-6200 with your good husband Frank I KEYSTONE STATE BANK

Mr. and Mrs. Axel and Ruth who-never gave up and only ECONOMICAL ....r FJXLC.
"j< Malmgren write that they are joined the ranks until you took I Keystone HtfehU. FU.'Year .
that "plunge" will find
,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS becoming Interested and active there's much to you keep busy Friendly flank la Tow Friendly
you
in the programs of the Seniors I "
and happy when Join the BRADFORD CO. TELEGRAPH Community.
:; !!''Iii PHONE 47.1-3176: in their new home In Nashville you

Tenn. This city; of music and other activities and programs I

folk singing Is the former home (Con'c On Next Pall) -

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e of the retired.
Mr. and Mrs Ed Roberts

of Little Bedford Lake enjoyed. CLASSIFIED. AD RATES WANTED- General main- FOR"SALE: 3 bedroom completely SEE THIS- 2 bed room masonry A.J. Thomas Registered Real
a visit from their son and wife MARY tenance man or millwrightsome fur. house-- located at cen. heat. living dining, Estate Brokers Specializing In
the t:+:.N. Haglers of Orlando Mlnbmm Chars; ..o. .1." welding and burning experience LEW'S 610 W. Adklns St. Sap price kitchen bath, carport utility Appraisals for Estates Individuals '
on the July 24 weekend. (Covert IS words desirable. Starting: 1 97,000, financing: can bi ar paved street Large Lot. Price and Corporate Owners
WELDING SHOP .
rate $2.50 per. hr.Apply South- ranged. Call Bill Powell,)Bro 14.000.00; pay 3634.00 down Also general real estate business -
WELCOME HOME Each word ever IS-7eWe CARTER ern Wood Piedmont Co. Bald ker. 964-6464 Oi 964-6810.. ammma- Sin_3ft A_f>n M to_. A-3/4:!! Thirty Years experience
The homecoming of Keystone Extra Charge not win. Fla. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Whispering Pin.. 4ip- Ucl1C' % Int.:, Just r,s :oa-permotnh In Florida land matters. Tel.
Height's former Queen. ,paid In I Itchg. tel US 301<<) S. Phone !inc., taxes and Insurance. A.J. 964-5701. Starke Florida IteM
advanceCLASSIFIED ,
Mrs. Gregory .(Elaine) Lo- PAINTS 964.8232: M. w r wW-- Thomas, Realtor. Tel. 964-
vorn Henderson from her home DI3PLATUM GROOM AND CLIP your Pood- w.1.YM1 1: 5701.
-
in Rio Piedraus Puerto Rico Per Inch les. Clip $6.00. Bathe and liTlLITY TRAILERS : FOR SALE ,39"rabbits reasonable. -

was a happy occasion for many SAME groom $1.50 Call Kathy CUSTOM BUILT fft'lOHNS 11.5 OM | FOR SALE 69 Datsun truck Phone 333-2313.
who greeted her after church Memorials Bto |BUoaoProclamation Myers J 533-2413. 2 tchg 8/5 GAS AND ELECTRIC $1300. 59 Evlnrude 35 h.p. 2tp 8/5/
services last Sunday. Elaine *, ate -7e word WELDING BRAZING 5150.00. 67 Parkwood Mobile

said that her husband; Is assistant CARDS OF THANKS PRICE FOR RENTTrailer space-af SHEET METAL -,,. Home central air and heat FOR RENT 2 bedroom trailer. -
manager at K-Mart but ter 5 p.m. 964-8238. tfchg. carpet, 2 bedroom, 12X52 W. Market Rd. Phone 964-
will Join her when he has his 10 words or less .. .......I.e .TRAILER HITCHES BEAUTIFUL Sealy Mattress 4 $700.00 and assume payments 7460. 1 tchg.JIMMY.
vacation September 1 1. Mr.Hen Each word oar W-7e WATSON'S INSTALLED springs Inners ring and foam, of $89.78 per month. All good
derson Is a native of Erie, Pa., AS Regular price $99.95 ten This condition.. Phone 964-8469, ,
and during his vacation he will HOUR VACUUMS week $59.93 with trade-in at _
Tommy H igIns. 1 tp. MOORE'SSUN
visit the home folk. Elaine .Is Manx brands of,now vacuums Dahmer's Discount tfchgBARRETT
attending college, finishing her FOR RENT12' wide, 2 bedroom Jacksonville $39.00 up. Used machine. from NOTICE SPORTS
senior year which she left trailer outside city. $10. Expert Repairs all makes.

upon being married. limits J.B. White, 964-6114*if 102 E. BROWNLEE Pact and Accessories for ell Stark and Keystone r MOORE BOAT FOR
no answer call 964-8647. '
vacuums. Built In Central vac- YOUR MONEY
umn cleaning! systems:712 N. Height urea Customers Water Conditioning
INTERSTATE MOBILE Horn Main, Gainesville 376-7110 Btsrke Ph.'964-5791
BROOKER jnoving in. Fla Can \964-Kflos.. Hastings Mattressand : and Pump Co.

tfchg FOR SALE 1970 Plymouth Upholstery Room Air Conditioners Complete Outboard AStern
ISO Court Street Touch Control Comfort Center Drlre Service and
in Duster, 2 Dr. Hardtop 6 Cyl
BRIEF I ,,Bed Rooms 2-1/3 Berne 225 Cu In Engine Automatic r7to Rt. John Ave.PALATKA: Phone 964.6833PLUMBING o. Two Fltublt'or Three Au flow'Speed Controls Cooling Repair. Complete: Fiberglass
Factory Air, Power Steering Repair.. Custom-
Automatic irenlempThermostll
By Linda G. Cox In this modern home of 2400 Radio and Heater. 13,800 Miles -. built Fiberglass Flailing

ft., with Cent air and heat.Don't 5 Yr or 50,000 Mile Transferable Is Open AgainFURNITURE talre Large,Washable Filter Boat
? .
this made to your Warranty $2150.00 1 Delano: Water Conditionersand Corrosion R,tilt.nl Caiulj
Martha Gavin. I-..wU Anent miss one If you Thomas 964-6507 Financing A. Model for Spicul' 'WIndows
Pomp
a week with her grandmother an in the market for a large individual hearingrequsrementr ;
vallable can be seen at Starke WELL DRILLING
home and Terms.A.J.
Mr. Eva Crowl), and her aunt.Miss Thomas, Realtor.grounds.Tel.964-57C1 at no Texaco N. Temple Ave. Itchg. Repaired Refinlshed Bale and Rental as low as WATER FRONT LOTS
Crowl In
Mary Largo additional ReupholsteredNEW FOR SALE
recently. Martha's mother and toil. SLIM GYM and large rollabout Repair Department $11900 On Crosby Lake and Crosby

sister Mrs.. E.M. Lewis and fan Half price. 9645743. Itp. MATTRESSES\ 24 Hoar Service Lake Canal. )Canal- 50 feet
Kathy went down to get her EDMONDSON ALL MAKE HEARING wide. 8 feet deep) Located on

and visited with the Crowl's & AIDS REPAIRED WANTED TO BUY Old style FREE ESTIMATES State Road 100,.3 miles Westof
for a couple of days. dining table with or without Can Collect 328-2144. StADE GAS Starke. Fla. Ideal for vaca-
Malcolm Lewis and son, Ed- JONES 1971 CLEARANCE SaleAll 71
hutch. Phone 904-7940. lip tion cottage mobile home or
die, spent a recent weekendin AINESVILLE HEARINGAID Mobile Homes must go. Olln's and Appliances Investment '
Miami and I Key West C Mobile Home Sales 100 West
CO. COMPLETE JANITORIAL Ser- Prices start at$1.295.00 1 $200
sight-seeing and visiting Robert LAND CLEARING Starke. tfchg.OPPORTUNITY. fo3t1
vice- Carpets shampooed 332 W. toalsonfl: down and $33.00 month
Lewis '" 1137 N. W. 23rd Ave
mnnrtis (8 1/2 % simple Inter-
house windows SEWINGMACHINE
traitors .
Eddie Lewis and Glenda Alvarez 'Acre* & Lots, Water For the Handicapped e
Gainesville Florida 32601 washed, floors scrubbed.Phone
of Starke ate supper with must be and 8Can
neat single
Hol. Pushed, Land 964-5771. Boyd Service tfchg 964-7701 8 a.m. to 9
Eddie's grand-mother, Mrs.A- Phone 376-0095 free to travel. Transportation + p.m.'weekdays. tf
manda Lewis, on Tuesday. July scaping. furnished plus guranted Income.

13. SEWING MACHINE Sales and Service See Jim Baldree Holiday Inn LOTS'FOR SALE Starke Golf
Eddie Lewis left Friday July PHONE NEW LOCATION: Bradford 9 a.m. to 11 Wed.Aug.llth. Itp. & Cnuntry Club, ready for
ANDVACUUM PFAFF NECCIII
16, for National Guard Trainingat 964-7205 County Abstract Co. 858 N. McMahon HOMESAVAIUUIFOR building on or,for Investment
Ft. Jackson In Columbus, St (I block South of CLEANER New Home FOR SALE: Gibson Fuzz Band, Lots area approximately 1/2
S.C. He Is a 1971 graduate of Courthouse ) 2 tchg. 8/5. Universal new. $25.00 F. Gomes, 782- acre and largef.',Faved. roads
BIIS where he maintained an SERVICE $49:50 3020. I Itp. only 3 minutes from town.
"A" and "B" up
lie
average. 964-7701 8 to 5
Call a.m.
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand Parts & Repairs on INSUKAKOC t'hg
... YOUR LOT
M. Lewis. cleaned at Dahmers Discount All Makes all other Make Ma- AT REDtTCJCD ftATK

Miss Peggy Edwards finishedthe FURNITURE\ fast service Uchg All Models chines.NATIONAL. AUTO.,:FWK> EOATDOTLEE. -
summer session at Lake CONNER O.C. Carne Nursery
City Community College on S Quality )Home Furnishings GARAGE SALE- Aug. 14th CALL DfeURANZ'AGENCY' x3,50016WS4rl. '
Thousands of Plants
Thursday, August 29. Peggy is also a 1971 graduate of BUS. Carpeting 100 & 21 toward Melrose.Watch 964-8561 or 964.6363 All W Univ. AVO. Fruit TreesSh'ade Trees

She plans to return to Luke for sign. Furniture and Miscellaneous. 'Coln.tvillo, FloridaX78.1355' Evergreens Camellias, ;
CIty Community Interiors by Victor I REDUCE sale & fast with '
this fall where ''Azaleas., Roses
she will attend Nursing School. 1600,.,,Park Ave. Orange: Park 2 Bo Bese Tablets & E-Vap .
She Is the daughter of Mr and 24-9331 tf tp. FOR RENT; Furnished efficiency = "water pills". -- Andrew. OF MH. In cane -, PUnt! AnytimeLANDSCAPING I
Mrs. Ernest Edwards apartment. Air Conditioned Pharmacy. 4 tp 8/19

Miss Lade Temple daughter Near B.H.S. $60.00 UVIHQAREACALL IS Ml. SB. of Stark;. Hwy. 1Wflorahomo
of lachua. PIANO IN STORAGE per month. 633 McMahon St. PUMPSNEW i
Rev. and Mrs James L. CARPENTRY & PAINTING 63J-21M
Temple! attended the Gator- Miss. Cherie Hinton had the Beautiful spinet-console stored Phone 9646279. 1 !tchg.
wor!: done E.tJmatealven.
reasonably.
land State Band Clinic at the time of her life She flew from locally Reported like new.Responsible AND USED
University of Florida July 18- Tampa to Los Angeles on June party can take on low WANTED TO BUY Trailer pole Call Keystone Heights J
24. Approximately 500 students 29th. Mrs. roes Green and Mrs. payment balance. Write beforewe with electrical boxes, or will SALES 473-4728. 4 tp 812GEcERAL MODERN MASONRY
from all over the state enjoyedthis Ernest Edwards took her to the send truck. -- Joplln Piano buy the box or pole separate. PARTS BUILDING
event Large played 6th airport In Tampa. Cherie visited ) Box 103 Panama City Fla. Call 964-7337. 1 (tp. SLADE Approximately 3600 Sq. Ft. <;<
SERVICE
.' chair out of 12 chairs on her with her brother and his 32401. 1 tp. FARM AN 1 sncludlng: / A-C Office AJacent: l 4
saxophone for the concert given family I Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Deep and Shallow Wells TO RyRy Ramp for Truck
on Sat afternoon, July 24. Maquar; and daughter Julie. in WANTED: Man with riding Water Softeners and Western Store HOMESERVltES Lpluding< $18.500 Terms

at the Reitz Union. :Northrldge.: ,' Calif in the San mower to cut acre of grass, FiltersPlumbing Western &Work Cloth I CALL
Large also attended the All- Fernando Valley near Los Angeles also truck to haul trash to I oil Boots & Stetson Hats BILL POWELLBROKER
dump. First house on 301 northof
State-All-star Marching
Hand Supplies *
Saddles Tack Veterl-
Festival held at the U. of F. Her sight-seeing Included 18. 1 tp.
July 27-31. These bands gavea '' such places as Chinatownin EXPERT SERVICE ON narian Supplies 1IM- 464 9646810Uchg

performance at the AH- L.A.; Disneyland In Anaheim ALL MAKES Mon Wed., 8 to 6 For
State-All-star football game Calif.,; Magic Mt.; Graumam's Thursday 8-12 Information
Saturday evening. Chinese Theatre n HollywoodBlvd. PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE Fri., Sat. 8 to 7 Call Jacksonville The Glass Shop

Large was selected Head Ma- in Hollywood,Calif.;Bev- Main St. Lake Bailer! CoIled
jorette by her fellow majorettes erly Hills; San Diego; SeaWorld Glass
at Bucholz High School. ; Lion County Safari!; and i; PUMP A SUPPLY CO. Phcne 496-6041

Their sponsor; is Nancy Wolf- Encioada, Mexico. She saw the V REFLNISinNGALL For ..-
son the Head Majorette from the site where "The Courtship of ,A :\
university of Kla. Eddie' Father" Is being filmed TYPES FOR RENT 3 BR furnished fer AH CARS and TRUCES
Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Kelley Cherie saw the following television irr UPHOLSTERYCABINETWORK house on Kingsley Lake: Aug. w BrownVolkawagen Installed Whlle-U-Walt

and family of Cinclnatl) Ohio stars: RIchard Boone, 7-21 and Aug. 28 to May 31 T. J. MannBulldozing Custom Vinyl Auto
were visiting relatives here fora Peggy Lipton Clarence wu- 72. Delano Thomas phone 964- Tops
week. They stayed with Ros- Hams m, Michael Cole, Ttge Expert Reproduction 6507. 2 t chg\ 8/12. 1017 N. Main 'Cr.m.-
well's mother. Mrs Doris Kel- Andrews and Jim Brown. She C. E. JACKSON -.-
also saw the home of Dean
FOR SALE- story house, 4
ley.Mr.. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin Martin. Cherie returned home 1313 W..Mmdleon! SUrke bedrooms, 2 baths, central heat By The Hour
Charlene Donna Gayle and on Sat.. July 24. and air-conditioned,wall to wall Or Contract TRUCK DRIVER i TRAINING
Carry along with Hhonda Har- CHURCH NEWS: : carpeting. Phone 964-8835. !New CM. 1..0)" Local and over the road. Immediate
nil enjoyed! vacationing at t Ive girls from the Brooker tfchg Sale Service openingS' '!for trained
Daytona Beach July 13-22 on the Baptist Junior Choir enjoyeda GENERAL FARM 485-3710 drivers In Florida. New classes

last day thep all enjoyed a trip week of music camp at the AND WESTERN STORE.Wntern MercedesBenzAUTHORIZED 1 ML North of Tin Mall Brooker Florida weekly. Call or write Now:
to Cypress Gardens Baotlst- Camn-- Ground at-- Fake FIRST TIME OFFERED GAINESVILLEGARAGE Trl-Stato Driver Training,Inc.,
Mr. and Mrs W.A. Yale rnear Leesburg. These 1367 78th South Tampa, Florida
Bishopof /
Mobile Ala. brought Mrs were Rhonda Harrell, Dana Work Clothe SALES & SERVICEGAINESVILLE One of the nicer: homee PI .rp-a/io-9/19! 33619. (Phone 813-237-
Dyal. 'Isabel States 3 B-R Central Ketl 3957)) i '
Pearl Markey back home Sat. Bristol, Teressa 2 tpl'':8/12.
July 24. Mrs. Markey visitedthe Jones and Darlene Jones. They *Boots Stetson Hats rid Air Carpet. Many Evfras. S
Bishops a few days after practiced each day for a con fi .9so ahown tar Ar SALE: New- Used
Saddles Tack"V.tertnortan Clothing & Shoes.
cert which the whole camp participated ttototoent o Furniture 100111001(1(
her visit with Mr. and Mrs. CALL Bunk Beds. Heaters, & Misc.
John Green and son in Memphis In on Sat afternoon. SuppliesMon. 4300 U.S. Hwy. 441
The Fri. Sun. 9-6. Star Lite Union County'
Tenn. On Sat., July 31, friends.girls enjoyed meeting new BILL POWELLBROKER Motel, 4 miles North of Starkeon Property
Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Bishop They returned July 31, .Wed. 8 to 6 372-4226 301. 1 tp. For, Sale
; along with Mrs. Pearl Markey Sam.Creedle, a graduate of Lake
Carson Newman College Jet- 115 S.E. 2nd St. M4-4M4 Butler, Fla.
enjoyed! picnicking at the home Thursday 8 to 12 0046819tfetuj
/' of Mr. tenon City. Tenn., was the FOR SALE: 1970 [Honda, Z. CUlc" Lake
and Mrs. Marston Jor- 378-2311 F,.., (Len R.oJ
dan and summer music worker for Fri., Sat. 8 to 7 50A trail bike new condition. ,
family at Lake Geneva F. Sol..
Brooker Baptist Church. He WE REPAIR and sell nearly Phone 964-6439. I tp. Strickland' H.lehuSID.
: Keystone heights Mr.and Mrs. 1736
Ernest Harvey and children of was here the week of July 23. Main St. Lake Butler every needle made for any Z."... H..... Only.' '
Jacksonville met them at the He worked with piano players FOR SALE: Mangus and hereford brand stereo regardless of age. FOR SALE -- 6 room home
Jordan's home. in the mornings; the Jr. Choir Phone 496.6041 heifers, red. Some beginning Also the long play records at in Hampton 300 ft. on paved 14-Unlf Troll.r. C..... C..J.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Edwardsand in {the afternoon and the Adult to calve next month. $1 off regular price at Dah road shady lot Inquire at Ba L.caH.n.2St.c -
children of Lake Cltv visited Choir at night On Thursday FOR RENT -1 1 room Bachelor I ichg. mer's Discount tfchgFOR ker's Gulf Station. 1 tp. DATSUNGAINESVILLE
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards night the choir enjoyed a ham- apartment $10 week utilities A" oldj,.,:wit), 4 A.,..

and daughters Sunday burger fry at the church and furnished. 127 Lafayette St. SMALLEST 8-TRACK tape RENT 2 air conditioned GOOD USED!: Automatic Washer I Lund. On H.,....,'..... S" ..,.
afternoon Aug. 1 skatiiw in lake Butler on Fri- Phone 9645951. 1 tchg. Decks for small size cars, cottages Kingsley Lake. Call & Electric Dryer 9995. .,.,L $*,.?,...-A''.. II..,,,..
3-J. Bicycle:; Tour of Fla.Jim- day night they had home-made at Dahmer's Discount. lOt/chg. after 6 p.m. Phone 533-2366. Dahmer's Discount 2 tchg- P.op...,.
N. W. 13th St.
10/7. 4300
my Temple, Joe Green and Johnny 'ice-cream. tfchg. 8/12.
Gunny SU..i.I.. .,.
372/4226:: ;!L.,,. ..U
Douglas left <
Tuesday July PLUMBING FOR KENT 4 0..1.
bedroom unfurnished (L.eei.n!
27, on their 10 speed bicycles HUNTING DOGS for sale.Walkers 115 S. E2ndSt.: H..... ;F.j,TrolUrs 0.;
to tour the State.They are going ,A Hole In your Roof CONTRACTOR house Fenced (in Taking application fog and Black & Tan. After 6 37J-33JI

down the West Coast and back yard. Phone 9648789. I tp. call 533-2572. lip > O) < :all 0,WrI,.. :
B.B. .
A".,..., Rt.
up the East'Coast. To show FHA-235
how the boys are progressing I Or A New ConstructionAnd FOR SALE: Well secured mortgage SHORT ORDER COOK wanted. CLASP ENVELOPES, all l. ".250. ,L... 5.d.. Ph.".

they spent the first night in WI10LENEW Repairs on Gainesville real estate. Mew Brick 3 and 4 Garden Restaurant. Apply in staler Bradford County Tele- ''''''''. 44/5/5

Dunnellon; the second )in Monthly income from mortgage Bedroom Home person. No telephone calls.Itchg. graph.
Brooksvllle: the third in Bra- McGill $250.00 at 8% interest. Phone Can for Detail I I
denton; the fourth in Sarasota. 964-5390. 1 tp.
Johnny had to leave to come ROOF Plumbing Co. how Down Payment --

back hopes home to rejoIn.from Sarasota Jimmy :and he al"J!; Roofing Co. Molrose. Flo. 4751691FOR toad Moderate Monthly ADDING FACTORY HELP REDEB.

Payment
t Joe later ihe fellows spent CARL BEGGS *
'f' Sat. night in Fort Myers at fC Phone 961.8778 LONGCHAMP Owen Joist of Florida, Inc. needs d.p.ndabl..ble
" San Carols State Gulf, Service HOMES ;!
Park. Some MACHINES \
o night the boys sleep in a motel !vru Hlway 301 South SALE Young Charolals razor ABT ..... NI. YS bodied factory help. No experience necuiorl;:_ t

,;; and other nights they spent I'V"' :e bulls Call ,964-6997.several heifers A.R.and McRae.cows. lee> Pd.er Wrecked Cat 411 MW gf.atie steady work, overtime fringe benefits./ '

in a State Park. They are hav1 1 frBICPENS. Ball Point Refills -. Itp. B''
ing a grand l time. .- Bradford County Telegraph. MB.*ir> Wrecks, MbTTB fl emt.s V* orrxcB. surplus' .. IF YOU ARE WILLING Td WORK APPLY..,:, '

childnn FOR SALE: 69 Nova SS-396. Fuel OH TTPEWKITEMI> > AT ''':<"',
enJoyed 375 HP. AT. R & H, Hooker Vied c. SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned. -
a week of rest and swimming Headers Tach and Guages, e oiled and.adJu.ted la your ADDING MACHIMM: OWEN JOIST
at Lake Wlnnot starting CLASP ENVELOPES, all set up to r street and strip. iWey. Ml N. W.M.IN1111 home 93.00. Veeumn cleaner

July 25. Tommy Cox went back JtosswBradford Count Tu4egraeh. Call 964-9963 after 6. "I 1 1. repair also. All work guarant Bradford> CountTWtgrcrpA Lincoln City RoadMonday through
to work ft CooeUnd's in At- eed. Dennis E. Cogglns I'hone431IUS : Friday,
Uctw't..r 700AM.: : Te 5:00
1 Page J" Telegraph August 5, 1971 P.M."i> '

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