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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 12, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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49it: Nnd::(dZC+4"rr1ri3 fiWfi: ti=.:SPtVY.:7r: :7 :I' rn ggggg.g >O sweeping recommendations for the improve- the groups are:Duval, St.,Johns, the county and the City of
.. ', ''', Baker, Clay and Nassau. Starke shbuld be establishedand
'.1;< I David SnithState's ment of environmental health in Bradford County, a 29 I'nder the, heading of "Re all other modified land-

'W'<\ page report was filed with the County Commission last fuse." which Kirkland said he fills now existing should be
considered first on the prioritylist closed," the report Bald.
-- Top Thursday by the Bradford County Environmental Health of county problems, the Under the category of sewerage -
committee recommended that disposal, the report de-
rt Teacher Study Committee. the County Commission provide clared that the Commission

nr'tib Ag Representing 18 months of The report was received for for a countywide refuse systemand should give serious consideration -
fact-gathering, the report pointed study by the County Commis- establish rural I pick-up to problems In the l.awleY,
: to the solid waste disposal sion, without comment routes where garbage could be Hampton, and Brooker areas,
h I David B. Smith, a Vo-Ag Instructor proble m as Bradford County's J.T. Kirkland, chairman of the collected from county-provided and that the installation of Individual -

at BIIS, was named number one health hazard. O- study group, said yesterday that containers. This would be similar sewerage systems
the "Outstanding Young Vo- thers high on the priority list the Bradford report was tho to the system now being should be discouraged In the
Ag Teacher In the State" by were the town of Lawtey's com- first to be completed In the used In Chllton County, Ala county as well as Its municipalIties -
the florida Vocational Agri- plete lack of sewage and water six-county area comprising the which was recently studied and ,
culture Teachers Assoc. dur- facilities, and the health haz- Health Planning Council of the recommended to the Commis- "The City of 1-awtev should
ing the annual Florida Voca- ard of numerous dilapidated and Jacksonville Area, Inc. Other sion by County Sanitarian Jack establish an adequate water
tional Teachers Conference In decaying structures in Starke. counties besides Bradford In Trawick. supply and distribution system,

Miami. Two sanitary landfills for and l long range planning should

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fifth year at BUS and was run- for the "
erage system city, the
will ner up be In entered the state In Southeastern last year-, N That's A Lot of Garbage t report said.

Regional Competition. If ....... ;:;: SUBSTANDARD IIOUSING

he wins In regional Smith will An estimated 55,200 cubic nuisance, fly breeding, rodent Deteriorating and dilapidated
I, receive an all expense paid yards of refuse are produced harborage, and smoke prob- the county facilities. the report housing units were high on the

trip In December to the U.S. annually in Bradford County, lems. The Starke landfill falls The said committee recommended committee's priority list for
National VocationalAgriculture according to a report submit- to meet any of these standards. attention with the total number
Teachers Conference In ted to the County Commissionlast Refuse! Is compacted and cov- that a clean-up program be lacking plumbing facilities

Portland, Oregon. week by the, Bradford ered, but not adequately. A Instituted at the present dis- placed at 900 units In the coun-
A fairly new contest spon- County Environmental Health heavy fly population was notedat posal sites and that all waste ty, according to (Public Health
sored by U.S. Steel, the qualifications materials be dumped together
Study Committee the time the fill was sur- estimates.
: are: education back- By 1990 It is estimated that veyed, and trash as well as thoroughly compacted and "Condemnation should be
ground, membership In Vo-Ag this amount will increase to garbage was burning and smokIng covered dally In accordancewith considered" for some of the
Assoc., membership in civic, approximately 100,000 cubic heavily. General; conditionsat proper sanitary landfill approximately 120 substandardunits
., standards. An effective and
fly
community, and farming organizations yards. the fill are such as to attract located In the City of
t : Oils) Vo-Agprogram, Disposal of this refuse Is and maintain large num- rodent control program shouldbe Starko, the report said. The
both and
the accomplishments of his stu- considered by the committeeto bers of flies. Moreover, sca- Instituted at city Committee recommended that
n. w dents, and new and Innovative be the number one problemto venging Is permitted at the county As disposal sites. the consideration bit given to com-

Drograms. the be number one environ- fill, and tills generally addsto -committee a permanent recommended remedy,that bining the Inspection depart-
mental health problem now facing the complexity of operation." the Commission ments of the County and the
When Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner said all horse must b. Bradford County. The report also pointed out vide County for a countywide refuse pro- City of Starke, and to provid-

VEE, it even Included this 2 month old colt shown h.r. In commenting on the pre- that the present landfill area system and establish rural ing sufficient personnel: for the
\ sent situation in Starke, the will be usable for only a limited Inspection program
pick-up routes where garbageis
committee said time, but that no plan
: collected from county-fur- "The County'' Commission and
"Disposal of Starke refuse for future landfill sites has the municipalities should
nished containers This wouldbe esta-
900 Hrses'Shot'Some i ,yr' Is by one modified sanitary been developed by the city. a solid waste disposal sys- blish a building code where one
landfill. Broad) criteria for a "Most of the, unsanitary con- "
ditions tem similar to 'the: one now aoes not exist, the report said,
successful facility of this type; Starke associated with the In use In Chilton Lou. tv! Ala. while rccommendlnp thin updating -
Includes freedom from odor operation also exist at of and
city fire
county
900 local horses were Vets receive $4 takes, between cooes to meet present standards .
vaccinated last week 'as part participating In '' for the tjDavid '- .'4
of the massive campaign against Immunity Part of the, blame
subsidized Downtown for poor
VEl'< (Venezuelan Equine; Encephalmylltis : Deteriorating
should remain housing conditions
), gram. existing in
Campbell said period of 14 the county was laid to "the
According to County Agent
(Hobby Taylor, I Ur. U.S. Mul- other arrived Western at in virus."U be movod. After Viewed With ConcernDeteriorating ership absence for of the community Improvement lead-of
lins, the local veterinarian "
\acclnated over 800 horses In the Florida program If they show deteriorating areas.

the count during the first five The vaccine Is tag
days of the program. In addition live vaccine and ough the WATER: AND AIR
conditions In
another, 40 to 60 horses still experimental, under downtown Starke were again the City to condemn Die old, renewal program under\ which Water and air pollution were
were vaccinated across the been no known (S.. Page ) discussed Thursday by the unused structures and provide Federal funds could obtained not found to be major problems
vaccine causing the municipal free parking in the to help finance the revitallza-
l
count line in Keystone' and here.
board of
of
Smith governors lie( Cham- Four
said
around 20 In Itnlford. ber of Commerce. areas. they wouldbe tion. "Ilijslcallj/ the .Starke system -

"Less than 100 horses are Besides award winning judg- Despite an apparent lack of willing to undertake finan- I Ihe statement Is generally free from
the
still to be"vaccinated. ," Taylor New ing teams and the State Ft'A Interest on the part of Call cially of their upgrading business of the establishments exterior Thursday at the Chamber was meet made health hazards," the report
said. ..ew counties, If Smith has 20 stu- Street merchants, the Cham- said. It wan added however
Budget President, and the expense of ing that all it will take to kill
a 1can claim that kind of 6)I State Farmers degrees ber think that "faulty plumbing" in 01-
dents with governors something creating an attractive shoppingmall. Call Street will be another, shop-
results. and one with a Nationalf'armer's should be done to lift the face ping center In Starke. The aer commercial buildings is
"Actually/ I only know of 35 of the downtown pre a reality and could create back-
degree. area. Avenues for the Improvement mise that downtown Starke
open will
horses still to be vaccinated, BIIS Smith "I became to the siphonago conditions. The extent -
While at along gradual of conditions down- fade away when another step
but I'm sure there are a few Must of cross connections with
Be OK with Ag-teacher Paul Ilutchlns, demise of Call Street three town range from rearranging ping center springs up drewno
more than that., If someone contaminated supplies, or the
Introduced farm placement In years ago, but then I ride parking areas to becoming Involved argument from the businessmen of
has a horse or mule that has- possibility back-slphonago
in 1968 through town and I'm ashamed
the Vo-Ag program in an extensive urban present.No .
n't been vaccinated, they should Introduced girls Into the program one off-Call Street merchant Into the system! from contaminated
call my office and we will set In 1970, Introduced after said. sources is unknown, the
up a clinic Saturday as con- To school shop programs, and "Deteriorating conditions In .. report said, since a cross-
venient as possible to them." Saturday word day programs any part of town affects us c connection survey has not been
Breeders In the county have for FFA members. all," he added. The look ofa made in decades
another 500 or so registered town going to the dogs affects It was pointed out that Lawtey
horses which have been vac- the attitude of the buy- has no public water system
cinated by the owners own vets. Taxpayers are apparently exemption, Only One ing public, he added. notwithstanding the fact that
As of Monday, Florida had satisfied with the way the County etc. Though his business is off there are 177 homes in the
vaccinated 109 272 horses. In ; Commission is spending -$12,431,670, Call Street, the merchant said municipality. Hampton has a
addition, State V t'eterinarlan Dr. Bradford's money- not a single emptions. ContestedIlaceSo renovation of the main street privately owned and operated
CM.. Campbell had asked the person appeared Thursday, August $38,292.888, non would help that off Call as water system, but is without
USDA for another 50,000 dosesof 5, at the annual budget real estate. Far much as those on It. treatment facilities. Brooker

the vaccine. This would bring hearing.The -$10,409,000, Dr. Wayne Whlffen, local optometrist (See Page 6))
the total I Florida supply to250- new budget totals $1- perty (other than ) and past Chamber

000.Some 070,091 the county's first million -$1,356,150, With only ten days remaining president, and Brian Hamilton
s'ato' agriculture officials dollar spending bill. Mill- ties Inventory. before the deadline for qualifying of Stump's Department Store,
have credited the apparent age remains at the same level -Railroad and -- at noon Tuesday, Aug. are In charge of putting ideas
success of Florida's pro- of 8.307 mills. ues have not yet 24a contest had developed for the improvement of Call h EdwardsQualifies I
p gram to th. high per-shot fee K> Approval of the new tax roll down by the for only one city office to be Street !In writing for the Cham-
being paid vets. has also been given by the venue, Assessor on the September 14 ballot. ber to-consider.
Florida Cabinet sitting as the but are supposed to Making Call Street Into a r ,
0. Department of Revenue, according this week.That shopping mall with automobiles
to Tax Assessor Gene 71 was 2103300. Three candidates are sluggingIt for barred Is a "utopia," Hamilton For ClerkMerrill
out in a Uiree-man race
Long. I Igures The Department
approved by the Chief of Police with Council- says. But such things as .y
state August 3 for the countyare also approved tax and
man'Jimmy Howen and former creating municipal parking
: ted by the
Chief Bill Hosser seeking to limiting loading zones are not,
$13,050, county lands obtained of the county Kenneth he adds.
unseat the Incumbent
Y
through tax certificatesleft Is by far the
who is rounding out his
Fuqua,
unpaid by owners. town at $21,980,450. The Chamber governors appeared .
.. -518,851,850, wholly exempt lows at $1,368,950 first term In office. to agree Thursday that

properties, such as widow's (S.. Page 6)) If anything is done to Improvethe
With three strong contenders image of the downtown area, Two Lawt., teenager were injured 01 a culvert brought
the Cuumdlrifr(!! for the Job, plus the fact some organization, such as the their car to a fast stop
that Fuqua defeated Rosser In Chamber, will have to back the

In Storkel > Raiford to 1969 by a narrow margin observers drlve.-Little leadership can be
predict a close con- expected from Call Streetmer- r
August 13-14 test In September, probably requiring chants. the governors agreed. Cars Skid On 301Water 1'Iti'

a run-off to determinethe A recent survey of downtown tad
STATE > On winner parking by the Chamber drew

only/; nine responses. All nine standing on t-: -301 charges were filed and

SOFTBALLTOURNAMENT Carlton Chastain has qualified persons reolylng to the ques- claimed two vehicles In ten the 1967 Chevrolet received an Edwards
either real for the 4 Council Uonalre agreed that parking minutes after Monday's early qualified
Residents of Ralford will go perty, Group can be Improved in the down- estimated $800 damage. :Monday for re-election to the
or mixed. seat being vacated by Bowen afternoon downpour. Trooper Carter made
men-
to the polls Monday, Aug. 23, town office of City Clerk in the
and decide whether or not their It Is proposed while Mayor Carl Hurst, Coun- area. Two Lawtey teenagers, Ran tion In his accident report thata :September election. He Is seek-
tion of the town ( 2) Mc- dall Allen Massey, 16, and Nell
cilman Group Jimmy road study needs to be madeof
See under ing his seventh term In office
Outstanding town will be Incorporated ,
Six merchants said they think Norman 14 received minor Injuries
-
nanced by Rae, and City Clerk Merrill the "outer traffic lane that
form of having first been elected in 196
the mayor-council gov
h Slow Pitch Ploy tax revenues Edwards hav qualified for reelection that Call Street, between Court Monday afternoon after holds excessive water during having first been elected in
ernment.
state, which are for their posts, all and Thompson, can be trans- :Massey lost control of the car rains."
within the boundaries 1959.
Anyone of living the lim- from $300 to $500 without opposition thus far. formed Inexpensively Into an he was driving, 1.3 miles north "After It rains, along some Edwards has served
proposed city c ntifl-
Of
Ceurtety for to attractive shopping mall, with of Starke. Roth youth were
The deadline voters places on 301, if you Just hit '
its, who Is a qualified elector With this revenue ously since that time
Call Street closed vehicular
to admitted to the Bradford County
register Is Saturday, Aug. 28. brakes you'll\ lose con-
your
Is the town Clerk which Includes .
(the (CommunUuSank! of Union County, eligible to that traffic In those two blocks Hospital and were released trol," Carter said. ,
Polls will be located at department, a of City tax .
vote. fire and Court, Walnut, and Thompson assessor, .c vui-
Tuesday.. Only ten minutes before the
Mate ,
and
the Raiford Community Center ed playground, open to vehicular traffic. lector, supervisor of elections,
CARNIVAL POSTPONEDMrs. According to Trooper P.W. wet highways claimed another
and will A police and also treasurer of the city.
voting be between the
Four of those
said
replying Carter of the Florida (
Highway vehicle a half mile north of
Account Now Insured
hours of 7 a.m. and 7 planned.The In qualifying Monday, Edwards -
p.m. purchasing long vacant and deteriorating Patrol Massey headed
S.A. Caffney announced was Lawtey. This time It was a
"If I
Up Te $20,000 The proposed charter for Hal- said re-elected
ByF.d..ID.po.lt charter yesterday that the Neighborhood buildings to provide north on 301 at approximately semi tractor-trailer owned by
: ford is patterntij: after that of elected mayor and : Carnival for muscular dystrophy off-street parking should be 60 mph, when the car struck the Gulf 011 Co. will continue the same impar-
Worthington tial, sincere and faithful service -
Springs and
provides councilmen all of considered.
previously set for Satur- a water hole and the vehicle According to Trooper S.P.
I"..,.. "c. Cop. that the Incorporated town serve without pay. 14 has been postponed Five of the nine replying said skidded 300 feet off the road to the citizens of Starke
day, Aug. "
will advalorem not have taxes authority or any to pro-levy ((5.. Page ) to a later date. local merchants should petition before striking a culvert. (See Page 6).J. ) that I have given In the pest

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y Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Mills and This WeekendOpen
son of Brunswick, Ga. spent
the weekend with her parents,
be held at
will
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemons. house
WOAV&NGladys / Devrick Inc., Call and Cherry -
n Mr. and Mrs. William Bra- Streets, all day Friday and
land m of Hattlesbure, Miss until 12 noon' Saturday. Aug.
and Mr. and Mrs. Jan Eric 13-14.

Mooty, Society Editor 964.7608 I Douglas of Louisville, Ky. arevisiting The public Is,Invited to visit
1 their parents Dr and the newly remodelled and enlarged -
la Mrs. H.G. Bellinger, this week. quarters of the corporation -
which deals In auto supplies
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown- builders supplies and
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Ing and family of Jessup, Ga. hardware.The .
,--- n K aelefe i were Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. John Greene. Devrlcks first opened a
Sumner-Gilpin business In Starke in March,
Gary Bakken spent the week- 1950, operating the Farm,Home
$ 111 r Engagement end with Greg Crosby In Gaines- & Auto Supply on Call Street
f ville. several years. They then movedto

7 "' Thomas-Touchstone Mr. and Mrs. Aron A. Sum- larger quarters o E. Wash-
"' ;iT ner announce the engagement Mr. and Mrs. John Allen were ington Street and operated under -
1} Engagement of their daughter, Barbara, to Karen F. Patz vacationing at Lake Lure, N.C. the name of D & W Auto

". Ralph Lamar Gilpin, son of last week. Supply.
74*' ;1 Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Ctlpin. To Wed Mr. Kesler Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Turner Five years ago' they opened

L of. Starke announce the The wedding will be an e- and family are leasing the C.S. their builders supply and hard-
engagement and approaching vent of Aug. 27 at 8:30: pm. Mr. and Mrs Ernest G. Patz Haddock home of SR10 for three ware business in the former
.. In the Smyrna Missionary Baptist of Orange Park, former Starke
'r marriage of their daughter months while their new homeIn Qulgley & Davis building on E.
f. tr !
d ;.. .. or.- Nancy Marie, to Marti Ver- Church In Starke. residents, announce the engage Country Club Estates Is being Call, and last March moved
"JII\ ,' w...A'' lye ,.a) non Touchstone, son of Mr. All friends and relatives are ment and approaching marriage their auto supply operation from
A s; J:} ', invited to attend. of their daughter, Karen Frances completed.
it ) ; and Mrs Itlchard Touchstone Washington St. to the Call-
;
.. "J ,' \ 'I ."-d' of Lake Butler. to Thomas O'Dell Hosier Cherry Street location adjoin-
.: i .. -I .. The wedding will take place DI, son of Mrs. T.O. Kesler Rev. and Mrs. DeWitt Fara- ing the builders supply.
.... New ArrivalsBradford and the late Mr. Kesler of bee and family have returned
Level of
'' ... wp'r Oct. 8 at die Pine Baptist Devrick. Inc. Is composed
f Jacksonville.The from a two weeks vacation at
'. Ches-
I Church. the family of Denver and
The bride-elect Is a grad- wedding will be an event Ft. Myers Beach. sle Devrick, including two sons,
\ uate of BUS where she was a County Hospital announces of Sept. 4 at 3 p.m. In the Larry and Michael and a daughter -
$ the following births: United Methodist Church In Mrs. Emma Badman and Deb
q ."1" 1' member of the Drill Team. Vickie Devrick Jennings.
+ ,"" ." Mr. Touchstone attended Union Mr. and Mrs. Cress Dampier, Orange Park. bie Spengler have returned! after The corporation now has nine
,_."'.' -_ 1_ County High School and Is Melrose, a daughter Tabitha The bride-to-be is a 1968 a three weeks visit with employees, and serves Starke
'::::wr--. ._ -.a 1 -. a member of FA. Iona, Aug. 4. graduate of BUS, she receivedan friends and relatives In England and a radius of 35 miles.A .
A.A. degree from St. Johns number of valuable prizes
Strawberry Queen Ann Terwlllegar will repre.ent Bradford County In the 11th annual Mr and Mrs. William W. River Junior College and is will be given away during the
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Glis- Parrish, Maxville, a daughter presently In the College of Nursing be attending school in Gaines; open house. There will be free
Florida Crown Beauty Pageant. nnn and family of Gainesvillewere Tammy Chereese Aug. 7. at U. of F, ville. refreshments for all, and the
visiting their parents, Mr. Kesler graduated from All friends are invited to
public is cordially invited to
Anne Mr. and Mrs. Albert Glisson Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lyn- Englewood High School in 1967, attend the wedding and recept- visit the stores this Fridayand
Queen Pageant EntryBradford and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shannon dall Darker, Windsor a daughter served with the Navy, attended ion afterwards at the home of Saturday.,
on Monday. Lisa Marie, Aug. 7. Florida Junior College and will the bride.


County's 1971 Straw- one year as "Queen<< of the Terwillegar will represent us -
berry Queen Miss Ann Ter- Florida Crown. The object In the pageant," the Starke-
wlllegar will represent the of the contest Is to select, Bradford County Chamber of FABULOUS BACK-TO-SCHOOL
Starke-Bradford County Cham- annually, the lovlllest young Commerce said. "Best of luck
ber of Commerce In the Florida lady In the Florida Crown, which to you, Ann!"
Crown Pageant at Jacksonville comprises the 15 counties in The Chamber of Commercealso
Beach on August 21. northeast Florida. wishes Jimmy Alvarez,the
The deadline has passed for The swim suit Judging is at new State FFA President, and
contestants to enter the Florida 3 p.m. and the evening gown Walter Prevatt, the new State
Crown Beauty Pageant anda finals and the crowning of the 4-11 President, every success
goodly number of 17 beau- queen will begin at 8 p.m. during their terms of office
ties have registered. IncludedIn Both of these events will beheld and In their future endeavors. '
It is the 1970 Strawberry in the Jacksonville Beach The Chamber of Commerce ON SALE NOW
Queen, Miss Mary Ann Bar- Coliseum and will be free to welcomes two new subscribersto
ton, who will be representingWest : the public. the Chamber this month-
Council Jacksonville "We are very pleased that Starke Pet Center and RobertJ. THRU. SAT. .
Other entries in the 11th annual Bradford County's Miss Ann Celtilman.
pageant are: Victoria ElaIne -
Beach, South Council -
Jacksonville; '(Helene Donora
Bryan City of Flagler Beach; Ladies Long Sleeve
Jean Marie Cason, Live Oak;
Faith Yvonne Davis, South- DOLLAR MANTAILOREDLADIES DOLLAR v
east Council; Deborah Anne
Grynes, Arlington Council; Susan DAYS DAYS
Ann Hall, city of Bunnell; ii'f
Janice Jones, Putnam County; ='
I I
Elenor Lee, Lake City. SHIRTSPerm
Jane McClashan,Baker County -
; Sally Miller, Flagler County Press poly/cot. A e
. ; Patricia Anatasla Powell, ;An .t In prints & solids.
.4 Orange Park;i Sherre Lynn Sizes! 32-38.
Sands, City of Macclenny; Cyn- rPerin
thia Loretta Shealey, Fernan- Prose '
din Beach; Lynnette Felecla 1 r:: OUR REG. $3.99
Walls, St. Johns County and $ BOYS <
Carol Lynn Warbrltton, North SPORT :iREG.:;;2 GIRLS
Council. t-
Contestants will be Judged In : DRESSES
their street attire, swim suits SHIRTS n
and evening gowns on beauty,
Wide asst. of styles &
poise and personality. The Long or. short Bl eve*. REG. TO .3.50 fabrics. Available ins
young el lady declared l the winnerby goad tencte.lne: plaide Te ft, .5 .j DOUBLE KNIT sizes 314.
Judges will serve for
LADIES TOPS OPEN s

Methodist YouthEntertained Short & long sleeve 3 FOR JO
styling In SML."CARP'S SUNDAYAFTERNOON
at FOR t

Kingsley Lake SIX SHOOTER"BOYS 2 $

GIRLS DRESS

Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whit- M JEANS g < fOR &I SLACK SETS
fen entertained the Methodist e-12 rag.. 6-12 slim
Youth Fellowship at a ham- InWest.rnetyllnq $ Just In Tim For Bock

burger fry and swim party Sat- I REG9' LADIES SKIRTS To School: -
urday from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. .
at their summer home on Kings- 'IA Boned Orion Available In
ley Lake. Choose From Solids And '

Rev DeWitt Farabee and Dr. Boys Perm PressCASUAL Plaid Ideal For Back Size 3-14 "
Whlffen took the 15 young people Reg. $5.99 $5.00 :
Reg. $6.99 $6.00
skiing, and boating and $ To School
swimming were also enjoyed.A Margaret Teresa Kelley Weds PANTS Y
hamburger supper! was servedon
the porch overlooking the Mr. Morgan in Lawtey far 2 '' Ceremony ;err Itl, ,
lake. Mrs. Levi Whittle furnished & leer $4.99 Tr linyling ::. $7.99 d?

the drinks. In the First Baptist Church In m .
Mr. and Mrs. Morris C. Kel-
Lawtey on July 24 at 4 p.m.
Mrs. Sarah Lagassee of Keystone ley of Lawtey of their announce the Centering the altar were two
marriage daughter
Heights left by plane for baskets of white gladioli with
Margarett Teresa, to Jefferson -
Juarez Mexico to visit her rosebuds and carnations
pink MEN-
David of Mr.
Morgan
son
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sister, Mrs. Lois Tyson En- and baby breath. Across the Long Sleeve
of
and Mrs. Clayton Morgan
route back she will visit her background were two tree can- BOYS- w NO-IRON
New Orleans, La. Rev. E.G. '
brothers in Atlanta, Ga. Harvey performed the nuptialsDOUBLE delabra and a large tiered can- MEN S YOUTHS' POLYESTERCOTTON -
delabra with white tapers. w e
*> > >e *> *>e>*> e> e>e>i Mrs. Mae Wells, organist and i SPORTSHIRTS BLENDS
Mrs. Peggy Dobbs, soloist,presented NEW FALL SPORT AN
a program of nuptial AND DRESSMAKER S

I. music.Tommy Morgan attended his ,. I FABRICS 2 ,i iParmaPraaa

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brother best Ushers
I as man. _
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v Paul and Ronnie 'OUR Solids & Prints
I were Morgan, 555 Solids, stripes REG. 2.59 In 44" 45" wide
brothers of the groom, and 'fond In REG. 69C A YD
Tim Kelley, brother of the L. BASKETBALL
bride. k
,qty, Miss Eunice Joy Odom servedas $ 4
KNITMATERIAL maid of honor and Misses l PANTY ROOM SIZE RUGSi
Tina and Tammy Kelley, sisters ar-; r
of the bride, attended as C SHOES2 Foam Back. s "
bridesmaids. They were attiredIn HOSE 30' B'8" x ire" <;- .

Yard $3.88 gowns of white nylon with i 1" "I R serged colors.ends 40 fP'A'! .
pink rosebuds over pink satin .,' Bheer panty stocking tweed j "
In sl.a. S.A.T.
They carried pink carnation REG. S12.88 l? '

ALL SUMMER a' nosegays.
Wanda Kay Hodges was flow '

MATERIAL t a er ring girl bearer.and Robert Hodges wax SHOULDER BAGS I :SE, S3 GIRLS PANTIES :PR(40RF;;: SI MENS' CASUAL PANTS ''SA'

Given in marriage by her Teen "Ral-Tat, -T.t" Bar tacked for longer wear, tattle Perm press poly./cot. In Hare leg WQ:
3 Yards Crinkle patent with illvf ft gold 'trim brieli in 2-14. styling! 20-38. 10 $119
the bride
father wore a princess

LADIES HOSE )' s .j I over panel style front satin,white bishop with organza embroidered sleeves gown and LADIES PANTIES 3 w Sl MEN'S SOCKS oun EOT07H 21 JR.:leeR SHIRTS xsss: E-l
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high neckline with circular chapel or colors Silaft 5-10 canons. Stretch file 10.13. 37. '
4 Pair $1.00MRS. I. train. Her bouffant veil of

sheer illusion was secured to PANTIES BOYS CREW SOCKS FOAM PILLOWS ,
a headpiece of Venice lace petals ff0CN0e{ 21 30$1 :i Sl
In face-framing effect with Bikini styles, nylon latin briefs' & .tx Choice of white. a stripe top.. A 0. Washable end also nonellerginlclHALF ;
., FRI., SAT. pearls and rhlnestones. cotton briefs In reg A extra' .1.... e.sVa.11. 'Y,1 n

.. church A reception recreation was held building.In the SLIPS \} MENS SPORT SHIRTS $ e) ACCENT RUGS :

Von H. Mrs. Jessie Mae Starling and 10O nylon tricot w/lace trim. Asst.e. gFs1 Perm press poly./cot., In short sliive Ouse Solid 1 twesd ft stripe Ih 80 34. ,i s1
Priest
Mrs. Ladava Hodges cut the sn.dn In 3-M-L. Teens and Men'. sues 8-xL. eaTO1
wedding cake and Misses Bren- $
da Hodges and Jean Rae Bess-
W. Call( Strait ley presided at the punch bowl r
" Miss Paulett Davidson kept the c* ALWAYS 1st QUALITY a

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u...re. ..udolph Crawford vis1.
Miss Alice Sanders of
Mary The Lawson
ted her mother Mrs.K.G.Dm- family reunionwas
Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson
Winder Ca. Is Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas and
can! and Mr. and Mrs. K.T. held Sunday, Aug. 1 at the visited T/Sgt. and Mrs. Jerry
Duncan In West last Sunday guest of Miss Ginger home of Mr. and Mrs. David family have returned from two
Lawson and family at Fort Walton -
joined Baldwin. weeks vacation in New Mexico
Lawson
week. Mr. Crawford the on Brownlee road with Beach last week. They
Arizona and Texas.
family over the weekend. Local admittances to Brad- 60 members attending. brought their granddaughter,
ford County Hospital this week Cherle Lawson back with them
Kay Turner is spending/ ten Include: Howard Crews, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. X.M. Smith for two weeks visit. Mrs. Betty Nell Fromhagen
days with her uncle and aunt, Edna Sauve, William E. FInu and daughter, Terri, visited and children of Atlanta were
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bauer In can, Steve Pavllk, George Ma- Six Flags Over Georgia and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Costelloand Thursday to Saturday visitorsof
Greenville Miss. halko, James L. Gentry, Mrs. Stone Mountain last week. son, Buzzy, and Kenny\ Be- Dr. and Mrs.O.L.Haynes Jr. ? :t
Owen Parker and Mrs. Evelyn; lot* of Keystone Heights have
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Re EI.ct Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hurst
F. Rltch Stark; Rufus Grimes Ken Fuqua, returned from a camping trip
Hood and daughter Kim, are Lake Butler; Mrs. Bertie Manning Chief of Police. to the Smoky; Mountains. En- and last children week In Atlanta] and Chattanooga days
visiting his
parents Mr. and
Maxvllle; Leonard L. Lyons route home they were Joinedby
Mrs. W.W. Hood from Thurs Mrs. Louise Arthur Mrs. their Tenn. ..
Mrs. Mark Mack and son, daughter, Stella Jane,
day to Sunday. After their visit Daisy Hall and William L.Rey' Tom, of Lake City were Sunday who had been attending Drill
they will move to Raleigh. nolds, Keystone Heights;WalterR. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Team camp at West Georgia R.-EI.ct Ken Fuquo,
N.C. where Mr. Hood wlU Wlggs, Lake Geneva; Mrs. J.G. Caldwell. Mrs. Caldwell College In Carrollton.Mr. .
continue his studies at the University Chief of Police
Rachel Box, Debra Grlffls,Ran returned last Thursday after
of North Carolina. Mr. dall Massey, and Lynell Norman several weeks In Alachua Gen- and Mrs. Smith DeVoe
Hood has been discharged from Lawtey; Deborah Lea eral Hospital visited their son, Sgt. Denton 17 members of the Metho- Take Your Pick
the Navy after four years ser Copeland, Melrose. DeVoe In the Fort Gordon Hospital dist Youth Fellowship are attending While The
vice. Mrs. B.J. Brown and daugh- In Augusta, Ga. several a retreat at the Cor-
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. ter of DeFunlak Springs were days last week and spent the meth Retreat House in New
M/Sgt. James Stroud Is homeon Williams and baby daughter of last Wednesday overnight latter part of the week campIng Smyrna Beach from Thursdayto
three weeks leave from Viet Tallahassee will spend the guests of Mrs. E.K. Perry- at Blue Springs and St. Sunday. Accompanlng the Selection Is Good.
weekend with their parents,Mr. Augustine Beach. group are Rev. DeWitt Fara- .
nam.Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. Williams man.Mr. bee Jr., Miss Kay Schmidt and
and Mrs. W.P. Bartlett and Mr. and Mrs. Warney Ad- and Mrs. D.C. Lennonof Mrs. Billie Hall of Orlandowas Mrs. Don Hardenbrook AndS
spent] the past week touring kinson. Eustls were last Thursday last week visitor of Mr.
South Florida. to Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. DuPre. Misses Louise and Etta
Miss Ginger Baldwin attended and Mrs. Felix Sapp and relat- Fripp of Columbia, S.C. spent
Miss Norma Canova was hon the Hatehett-McNeely wed- ives. Mr. and Mrs. H.T. Dowmanof the weekend with their bro
ored at a birthday luncheon ding In Griffin, Ga. Saturday Jacksonville were weekend ther-in-law and sister, Mr.and SAVE
Monday at the Holiday Inn given nigh R.-El.et Ken Fuqua, guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Mrs. L.G. Powell. $ 55
by Mrs. Lex Green and Chief of Glover.
Mrs. Curtis Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Noun Poll c.. Friends of Robin Parrish will

and son, Ross, of Athens, Ga. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair has been Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Goodman be Interested to know that he
Mrs. Ernest Boland and are visiting his parents, Mr. her sister Mrs. N.K. and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Is still In Alachua General Hospital -
daughter, Beth, of Athens Ga. and Mrs. P.T. Noun this week. visiting Hurst in Ind. for Harper] and son, Timmy, are and has notyet been trans
spent the first of the week with Indianapolis spending several days in Gat- ferred to Miami. .
Mrs. Boland's mother Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk two weeks. llnburg, Tenn. They are being SAVEON1 1
H.L. Speer. attended a dinner party at the Mr. and Mrs. Tullle Norman Joined by their eldest daughter Mrs. Ronald Andrews, a former -
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse had as visitors Mr. and Mrs. Harriet Goodman, of Chi resident of I Klngsley Lake
Mrs. W.L. Hamilton of Mad- remains a patient at the Beaches
Hart in Ruskin Tuesday night Homer Stearns of Tavares cago, Ql.ReElect.
over
ison Heights, Va. Is visiting Hospital, Jacksonville
honoring Mr. and Mrs. E.C. the weekend and Mr. and Mrs.
her son and family, Mr. and Council Sr. who are leaving B.J. Eggera Jacksonville on K.n Fuquo Beach. She was admitted on _
Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton. Mr. Thursday to visit their son- July 16 after being taken there
Hamilton entered the Gainesville in-law and daughter, Col. and Monday. Chief of Police. by the Rescue Squad and treated Priced 1 PrkM
VA Hospital Wednesdayfor Mrs. John Paulk In London Bobby Patterson spent last In the emergency room. FI 1
leg surgery. England for several weeks. Friday and Saturday with his Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson Mrs. Andrews underwent spinal ToGo Th
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. took their grandchildren, A. surgery and when dischargedwill i
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Davis Ste- dreg, Bill and Katie Montr have to recuperate from .I
Mr. and
Mrs.
Raymond and Mrs. Kenneth Hart in Palat-
of Gainesville were Satur- fanelll and family of Wichita ka. up to Tallahassee over the four to six weeks before returning -.11 roo"""" """.,,_.._,,___ _______ GO-
day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Falls Texas are spending ten weekend where they were Joinedby to work.
RO; Dansby. days with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mrs. H.C. Beall of Macon, the children's parents, Mr. 1970 PONTIAC 1970 Olds Vim CruiserCatalina
Ga. Is visiting her
Stefanelll. Joining the family mother and Mrs. Bill Morar of Panama R.-El.ct Ken Fuqua,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen Mrs. J.L. Gentry and father
City. The children had spent
this weekend for weeks visit
and daughter, Tina, visited Dr. are Mr. and Mrs.a James Biggs Mr. Gentry,who underwent sur- the past week with their grand- Chief of Police. 4 Door S.dan Thr. Seats
AA. Boggus In Tavares Sun- gery Tuesday in Bradford County Pow.r
And
and son of Murray Ky. parents.NEW Power And Air Air
day. Hospital. Johnny Burch Is confined at
home after being hurt In a
bicycle accident last Friday $2988
$3488
evening.Mr. .

and Mrs. J.B. Hunt of
Bonifay visited Mrs. Henri 1970 CHEVROLET IMPALA 1970 OlDSMOBRE 98
etta Hunt last Sunday.
J P 4 Door Hardtop
Holiday Sedan
Mrs. Roy Clemons and daughters Power And Air
Brenda and Marsha, and Full Power And Air
Mrs. Gene Norman and son,
Ronnie, were In Fort Lauder- $2788
dale last Monday to Thursday $3888
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
Newman and family.

r ti .:.1 :y h Mrs. 11.11. Smith of Delray 1969 DODGE CORNET 1969 FORD TORINO
'
). w : Beach Is the guest this week
: ,of Mr. and Mrs. John Myers.
.' 440 4 Door Sedan Sport Coup. G.T

..., % f Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Hood Power And Air V8 Standard Radio and H.oM'
: were In Fort Lauderdale last
Thursday to Sunday and attended $1488
the wedding of a nephew, 51588
Davis Hamilton, to Miss Patricia -
In Saturday
Herring Hollywood
evening. 1968 DODGE CORNET 1968 PONTIAC CATALINA


111A7 ( "; ...WE. INVITE YOU TO :PUT ,:.g Re-Elect Ken Fuqua, 4 Door Sedan 4 Door Hardtop

Chief of Police. 6 Cylinder Automatic Radio & Heat Power And Air
IT TO THE COMFORT TEST.r: _
,
p.1< Petty Officer 2C John Spongier 51888
and Mrs. Spengler and son $888
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED!
f a ajc returned to Starke last Thurs-
day after Mr. Spengler's four
year Navy enlistment He spent 1967 Chevrolet Biscayne 1964 CORVAIR
three years aboard the USS
Edison SSBN6IO Mania Coup
.n Thomas A. asa
4 Door Sedan
.,"'1t sonar technician. The Spongier 4 Sp..d Transmission Radio & H.ot
i s are visiting their parents, Power And Air
CARPS LTC and Mrs. V.J. Spengler
/ and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gra $988 $ 188
ham. They plan to live In
Gainesville.Dr. .

IMPROVED 1961 CHEVROLET 1970 OLDSMOBILE
'J and Mrs. H.H. Adams
have returned from a two weeks
: vacation In Georgia They also Four Door S.dan Cutlass Supreme Coup
visited Dr. and Mrs. James As Is. Pow.r And Air
UNDERWEARCOMPARABLE E. Moseley In Knoxvllle, Ky.

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jacksonand $88 $2988
TO THE MOST FAMOUS BRANDS AND YOU family of Arlington, Texas
KNOW IT'S GOOD BECAUSE WE PUT OUR NAME ON IT. will arrive Saturday for a
I week's visit with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Jackson, International Harvester
: COMPLETE SELECTION OFMEN'S and family. iii iii

Little Stacey Reddish cele-
O BOY'S AND JR. BOY'S.TSHIRTS brated her third birthday on
I August 7 when she and her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. JohnA.
k / A-SHIRTS AND BRIEFS FOR THE Reddish, visited Six Flags ;
BIG AND LITTLE MEN IN YOUR FAMILY. Over Georgia. The family also CUB CADET;
1 visited Wayne Blankenship at
I the University of Georgia, Mr.
) 0 NEVER BEFORE SUCH and Mrs. Glen Harrell atJonea-
boro, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs.
i t ,. G Glen Reddish In Guntersvllle, Special Price
A VALUE! Ala. last week.

A 0 Mrs. R.G. Peterson and fam-
ily and Mark Crawford visited 7 H.P.10 H.P.12 H.P. Stock
Dr. and Mrs. H.C. Bowers In In
3- Fort Lauderdale last Sundayto
ii C'o Gp Thursday.

;. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- $171.00 Discount Off List PriceU.
dale!, daughter, VickI, and Mrs.C. .
G. Barksdale of Starke, and
Mr. and Mrs. James O'Brianof
Fort Walton Beach spent
: i> ... several days last week at Panama -
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has had a city system since The route to depression has been activityfor
quickest Industry
Importance of planningwas an
1967 serving 95 homes, and (From )
offering chlorination treat- stressed by Chairman would be to curtail many years, the topic
ment. Kirkland In his introduction to ell will employ ; the use of energy, suspend flared into national prominence -
the report stating that "ad- to keep the construction of new power several years ago, and .
CLEAN Am NOTED vance planning makes for economy The area plants, and resist technological saving the environment has ewU '
"Because of its small popu- and efficiency. Add-on corporated advances-all in the name now become a national pas- EQU\PMENT
lation and lack of heavy industry projects usually are more expensive mediate \ .
of a better environment, E. sion, he said. "No one is '
Bradford County; en- "than those built-in ori present town, J. Dwyer, Board Chairman of against pure water and pure '* SUPPLIES\ : .
ginally. Under the head of
Joys relatively clean air, the out to Include & ,
future planning its was sug- the National Association of air, but the question is: 'Mow I, :
report said. "However, with on the east ,
population growth and our proximity gested that consideration be given vice Station on Manufacturers, said recently pure is pure?' Even Ivory .
; to the Jacksonville metro to the establishment of a Three women "Is this the cost we want to /soap never quite reached the lf&j .
politan area, we :should not be single countywide utility; agency munity; Mrs. pay for a cleaner environ ultimate." ,,\;
complacent about what the future to provide water, sewerage, ez, Mrs. Alice ment?", Mr. Dwyer asked the t.,f'",
and waste disposal facilities Public Is Real Loser '(.1 i"
may hold for us. Elsie Gordon, members of the Philadelphia ..
It was pointed out that "the and services pointed as ai Rotary Club. Mr. Dwyer said that the "

automobile tall pipe" is one of IMPLEMENTATION mission In Mr. Dwyer, who is Presi. public is the real loser when See Us For
the chief contributors oLalr istration and ALL Your
"irresponsible criticism and
cognlzlng that the environ- dent of ESB Incorporated,
pollutants, and the repor "ro- election on ill-conceived legislation impair 11 Office Needs try. 'I.
Philadelphia decried the
commended that an air sampling mental health study Involves cur .
faith in, and the # '
rent public obsession for "in opera-
program be established In several departments and agen- IH. ,
the county In order to deter- cies and "crosses political stant" solutions to pollutionand tion of, our economic system titi
mine the level of pollutants boundaries," the report other social problems. when harassments interfere ;
present In the atmosphere, and stressed the need for a coor- "Although pollution control with industry's ability to
to test for compliance with applicable .- dinating organization which On meet technical and other challenges ',1
rules and regulations. would occupy a neutral position and when critics unfairly -
in regard to the special- Art seek to fix the onus on
ized activities Involved. (From ) Recycling industrial managers for a Pencils, Pens. .

RECREATIONIn It recommended that a Brad Is 66 Years OldThe condition that we all help to Markers Tape,
ford County; Health Advisory
the area of recreation, the Committee be created, com- Burnett of the create." Erasers Clue
committee recommended that a posed of lay leaders and ap- was headed' re-cycling of alumi The NAM\ Chairman said
"
countywide department of recreation prlato representatives of the It hit a considered a new en that detractors who focus
be established with a departments and agencies in- driver, Jesse art by conserva their prime attacks on the
full time director. Other recommendations 39, of Jessup, ,
were that areas volved. Steps! should, als<} be trol and the is in reality more profit-making function of
such as Sampson and' taken to finance and employa Damage to sixty-six years old. In business are doing/ a great
Crosby Lake be developed for director for this advisory timated at$ has been gathering public disservice. "They tendto
recreational purposes; the development committee the report said.It Dept. Sheriff re-cycling the nation's obscure the fact that by our Gem Clips Ledgers,
of additional facil- would be the duty; of the was also at aluminum since 1904 ability to put the enterpriseon Staplers &: StaplesTypewriter
ities for boating, camping, and committee to promote by stu- accident, said In that year, the U. S. Re a profitable basis we are Ribbons
picnic areas, and the establishment dy, coordination, setting prior er been loaded Company of East able to( provide jobs and gen r
of community; centers ities, periodic evaluations,and cut the tractor /{ Ind., first began to erate the financial means for
public education the Implementation -
and programs in each of the Environmental Saturday the cast-off portion of solving human needs," he
W. Lundy,
area of the county. Health Report.! Starke, lost a and to melt':'it down said.

3 miles south re-use in manufacturing.
Business Will
Today a handful of alumi Respond

301.According to smelting companies sup "By keeping the economic Letterheads,
I Etheridge of more than a fifth of the mechanism strong and functioning Envelopes,
Budget UnopposedFrom lost control of total aluminum with a minimum of Business Forms

and the In 1971, they will sus restrictions, American busi.
( Pag, 1)) road. The car this flow by re-cycling ness will respond generouslyand
228 feet before
Is at $776,850. and Brooker In other action at the budget pletely over major slice of an estimated effectively to the social
trails at 750324. hearing Thursday the Commis- on Its wheels. billion pounds of new and demands of the American I
Starke has $34,350 in whol- sion: Lundy escaped scrap aluminum from the family enhancing the dignityand ,/ u'
ly exempt properties, $4,168- -deceived a report preparedby his car growing scrap pile, security of its individual
800 In homesteaded properties, the Bradford County; Envi- $800 damage. Advertiser.'r" to more than 14 per members and I providing a (:: f.,
in real ronmental Health Study Com- Rubber Stamps
$9,918,350 non-exempt Early of the total, scrap gen quality of life that is unsur- .
estate $1,794,530 in personal mittee. It was Chairman submitted by Chevrolet by the country since passed anywhere in the Wedding; Stationery :
Committee J.T.
property; other' than inventories Sharon Lee
world
$437,500 In personal Inventories Kirkland Jr. Chairman Dave etta, Ga., I" .
at 25 per cent of Shuford thanked Kirkland and west of Starke f
in railroadand said the report will be reviewedby .,,
value, and $335,050 According to -- --- .t
telegraph property; ,and$4- the county; staff. Sanitarian idge, the .f'' "Quality Printing At (ttcasonuble{ / / Prices"
{(
500) in tax certificate land. Jack Trawick said the com- east on SK-100 do] i) DOO IheOd1/ 1&Lnu
Lawtey lists I07,800Inwhol- mittee worked hard in making the right rear FINANCIAL _
: ; :mII
ly exempt lands, $472,450 In surveys needed and in preparIng Ign Mrs. '2,
i IJI! :! !!
1
homesteads, $557,800 In non- the report. trol of the PROTECTION 1,I'ru 1'1.J (/ .i?
exempt real estate, $97,400 In ran off the ::;
personal property; $14,800 in Set; salaries for personnel over on Its side. Policyholder Quatiotu AwumJ by
25 per cent inventories, and recently appointed in the county; No occupants for lIIQh'UIIl_ lw ulna, 277Vtnk ; l
$114,200 in railroad and tele- road department shake up. Acting Injured and the Aw.. N. Y, N. Y.. 10017 wJ 4 miiij upl1
graph properties. Road Supt. Leon Ellingtonwill $500 damage. ifn
Hampton lists $11,150lnwhol- received $150 per week, Q. I took Insurance out a hospital-for "To be well-heeled tomorrow .
surgical
policy my
Marion Thornton
ly exempt property; $303,800In labor fore-
wife and In 1114. Since
myself you've got to be on youi
homesteads, $288,050Innon- man, received a $10 per week then we've had two children. I ;.
exempt real estate, $26,000 In Increase, N.B. (Newn) Burney, 900 know that health care cost are toes loJay.
personal properties, $2,250 In \equipment' foreman, receiveda ; forever going up and I'm getting' .
Inventories, $85,600 in railroadand $10 per week Increase. worried thai maybe we don I a

lirooher telegraph lists property.$129,850; In the-Accepted school board the to invitation meet Jointly of should have enough I do? coverage. What ********* ** ** ***** *

wholly exempt properties, with the City; of Starke and (From ) costs A. You're right, medical have care
are going They
$228,600 in homesteads, $332- the county; on the possibilityof more than doubled up. In the past Elect
274 in non-exempt real estate, a Jointly operated equipment human use, decade and
$34,900 in personal properties, maintenance facility. Commis- cause severe are still rising.
$6,850 in 25 per. cent inven- sioners George Roberts and sible death to You're wlie to !if.t'' ,
think about the
tories. Ralph Bryan were appointedto
tally injected
Long was in Orlando Tuesdayand represent the county; and a So far, Dr. adequacy of f' '1V \ JIMMYBOWEN
Insurance 1.J") 4
your
Wednesday In a meeting letter was instructed sent to that he has especially now ::
concerning the county taxes, he the school board accepting the accidentally that you have a family. In fact,
said. proposal to meet. instead of the It's a good Idea to check up on r

,..-...... ......... your health plan every year.
"So far there You'll want to keep these key .
known cases questions In mind when you review -
state," Taylor' your current coverage:
AMERICANUPHOLSTERY that Are all members of the
seems
family covered?
comes Into What are the maximum .:
I Into Florida." benefit limits, both the amount '.
By order of and length of time? Your "
}f Agriculture How do these benefits compare ::
ill horses must with the level of healthcare
costs In your community?(Your Chief Of "
"L.i Ut Mod Your Old Furnitur N.w" Insurance agent can help you Police"d
with this one.)
Our Material Or Your. WISH What walling periods, exclusions
and limits does the
( KITCHEN AND DINING..CHAIRS RECLINERS- policy have?

l| ROCKERS LOUNGE CHAIRS SOFAS THAT -pay How under much the would deductible you haveto and Capable Qualified Dedicated Experienced .

co-Insurance features of the And
For Free Estimate Call 782.3950 or 964.8427 policy? Accommodating
Do you have the contractual :
right( to renew y>ur health .
NEW LOCATION
U.S. 301 In Lawtey Insurance coverage( ?
What hospital at.d medical Police Officer 4 Years -Now Serving As Your lected
Time Is a services are covered under your
of and it policy? Councilman
us -Experienced In All Affairs.
The fact Is, your family Insurance City
last nny longer be of
man can assistance:
we lose while with !all I of these question.
DeWitt C. Jones
Funeral Home
it.- E. J. Better Balance With Bowen
Chariton ( ) '
/ ;
::1< ; ,.
STARKE Don't strain JHd ,
ing to reform He W ill Temper Mercy With Justice :
PHONE!,/ I. 200
without has been you here ; l R Q c\\ To All The People All The Time.

IonIC time after
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS N. DeVane C rn

"HONE 17:1.:1176: : County (Fla.) "One good place to study Keeping Crime Down In Starke And Safe-Guarding It's Too Late. The Courage And Ability To Make
anrirnt history In in the lortor'n >
Your Personal Safety And Possessions Will Depend
waiting room" Split-Second Decisions With Wisdom And Calmness.

*7 ****' ) Primarily Upon Maintaining A High Quality Experienced Jimmy Bowon Believes/ He Can Furnish The Proper .
C7At'7k'7k7k7It'
"Jk C7k7IC*, * *7k7k'7* Law Enforcement Personnel In The Depart. Leadership To Carry Out This Order. With His Experience :.

C'L ment With Adequatd Leadership, Cooperating 100% In The Police Department His Experience

With County And State Law Enforcement Agencies; In City Fiscal Affairs, His Business Experience And


t oR. 5AC-eAfy s //


I OR/6/N&flooNBucioy .

I He Stands For Strict, Impartial Law Enforcement .


"ROVER"FOR'-'O'-Foe' MOON Without Brutality. .


I (COST> ",tEw B MCC.Co.IOW ot.cARl) tRtcckFo He Is R tinning On His Own, Is Not Affliated W ith Any -x !


.! % EVEN lJlirrR 4JVS I/tl NEW Group Or Clique, Except All The People Of Starke :.;* '

oR .- ... .:.
USEgRrj cvH VEHJCl.f&S
Your Vote And ,.,
'' .
CALF OR Slili ISroN Support Y '. t
.701\1)
W ill Be Greatly Appreciated .'i( ;
OI. 1
8'DbI1H S.ZN C tI "" R ,j t18.21's ..

NCll.rH-PH. 9&4-7SDO .' Register At City Hall For City Election. ,Take A Part In The :).,1 /

I ,.r Future Of Your City. ..

STA"'R.KE' F41

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Hoffingsworth State Attorney, Civitans 16 Cases f
Pastor of ChurchIn Gov. Askew Confer Work SessionOn

Abilene TexasJim On Prison" Cases Urge PublicTo Heard In .r I If

Register *" I
Holllngsworth formerlyof School
Starke and co-host of a State Attorney Edward T. Plea DayPlea

morning radio show on Station Austin of Jacksonville met with Members of the Starke CIvl- / ;
KRBC Abilene Texas became Cov. Reubin Askew last weekto tan Club
are urging all qualified h .
full-time minister of the put the finishing touches on citizens to register and day In County Court 4.. / ConstructionDeciding
Central Church of Christ In his special Investigation ofFebruary's vote In all elections to be held Tuesday will go down on record I
AbUene last Sunday. violence at the Ralford this fall and next spring as being one of the shortest -
State Prison.A The Starke City Election will In recent times. Only 16 E what school construction construction, which the board
Uofingeworthgraduated from Duval County grand Jury be held on September 14. In traffic cases came before Judge OV S and how to financewas has been trying to Implementfor
Bradford High School In 1959 empaneled at Austin's requestbut order to vote In the city, elec- Theron Yawn during the session the topic of discussion the past two years to a
and served three years with recommended that administrative back seat, or at least places
tors must register at the 'city which lasted little more during a special work session
the U.S. Army Signal Corp. proceedings be under- hall, and for county; state, and than 30 minutes. r1 Wednesday night, Aug. 13, between another problem on an equal
He was In radio work In StarKe taken against prison personnel national elections registration Plea days held In the mid- the School Board and basis with It.
for a short while later moving who participated In the beating is done at the courthouse. dle of month are exclusivelyfor Architect Don Morgan. What Casey recommends the
to Montgomery Ala., where of prisoners In the "flat Registration books are open traffic cases. Other cases The board was shown duringIts board do Is Implement the mid
he was news director and commentator top" section of the prison's in the city clerk's office from are held during the plea day last board meeting, draw- die and high school Jobs and
i WKAS-TV.tie also main unit and that anyone found 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. on week at the last of every month. Ings of the proposed construction let the bus barn and administrative -
earned an associate of arts degree guilty of Illegally administering days and during the same hours Gregory Ray Nichols, 19, received at the Bradford Middle unit at the USO slide
In Bible from Alabama corporal punishment be at the courthouse. City books the stiffest sentence of and High Schools. This proposed for a while.
Christian College: in Montgo- fired. will be closed on August 28 the day for operating a motor itqwpEfoR construction at the Mid- Construction at the middle
mery In 1967.Holllngsworth. The grand Jury reported a until after the election. vehicle while under the influ- dle School would cost the countyan school consist of a $90,000

moved to Abilene "bankruptcy of leadership" at All persons 18 years of age ence of alcohol. Judge Yawn estimated $350,000 and the special education unit and related
In 1967 and continued his the prison during the February and who are otherwise qualified fined Nichols $151 or 60 daysIn 'E high school $250,000. Also on arts room, a gymnasium
studies at Abilene Christian trouble and also recommended may register and vote In Jail! In addition to revoking the list of needs for the 1971 shower and dressing rooms,
and Hardln-Slmmons that the performance "by the all elections. his license for the mandatory school construction Is a $40- and a large multipurposeroom.
College University while officials in positions of ulti- Clvltans believe that exer- 60 days. 000 bus barn and a $35,000 .
radio work. He served continuinghis mate authority" during an Incident cising the right to vote Is a The Judge also warned NIchols administrative suite addition to Second phase of constructionat
as
at church In In which Inmates on the responsibility of citizenship not to yield to temptation 1 the USO Building. the high school would Include -
minister a Appleton -
prison athletic field were fired that should be exercised by and drive while his license During the work session suggested a new library((now termeda
for while
Ala. a attending
Alabama year Christian and- upon "be re-evaluated and that all who are qualified Is revoked. If he Is caught by Morgan, the board media center) and a coun-
appropriate action be taken to So If you have not registered doing so, he would face a man- had the problem of studyingthe seling area. The construction
preached on IIveralocca.-
ions has at churches In the Abilene assure that Individuals with a already, be sure to do so, and datory Jail sentence In addition total situation and deciding would mean demolition of the
clear sense of direction and If you know of someone who to a stiff fine. how far it Is willing to go two one-story class rooms on

area.Holllngsworth Is married to with command abilities nil has reached the age of 18, Jesse W, Burdette Jr.,James --" In 197172. the south end of 'C' Building
the former Theresa Thomasof these responsible" and demand- who Is not registered, please Edward Stipes, Melvin A. Sum- Supt. Tom Casey left no question but would not disturb the two-
Starke and have Ing positions. urge them to do so. merlin, James Edward Robi- that he considers the two story portion of 'C Building.
they two
sons Jay, 8, and Mark, 4 Gov. Askew previously suspended Voting Is democracy at work, son Lelman W. Batten, and New anting SignsLake big projects of the highest pri
ten for
They reside persons using sad the proper functioning of James Hudson Davis were all ority. lie also said that he
months. at 1102 -
"excessive| force" In quelling lemocracy Is dependent upon fined $38 or 3 days In the is willing to pull $40,000 out Bradford's
South LaSalle In Abilene.Community the prison violence, but all ;tie exercise of voting rights County Jail for unlawful speed. Butler Park on SR-325, lonely Injured when the aluminum of his operating funds to help
except Assistant Prison Super- V every eligible citizen. Jesse W. Burdette was also will be among 61 locations mast of their sailboat came finance a $410,000.bond (sue. New Tax Roll .
intendent Robert Turner whole charged with operating a mo- throughout the state, receiv- In contact with a 12,000 volt A total of $190,000 In build-
Medkal on leave, have returned to work. tor vehicle without a license, ing special signs warning of line at a wayside park boat ing funds Is already availableto Is Approved
Care Is Seven of the ten persons suspended Workshop Set but the case was dismissed by overhead high voltage lines running ramp approximately 10 miles the board. Included In this
Topk were Involved In the the court. James Hudson Davis above boat ramps or between east of Carrabelle.In Is $90,000 allocated In special
At Rotary ClubDr. "flat top" Incident referred to For Occupational was also fined $36 or 3 days the ramps and the road. order to prevent any fur- education funds. These funds Bradford County's 1971-72 tax
by the grand Jury.Union for falling to appear. Another black-lettered sign ther tragic accidents, DOT Is must be spent by the end of roll totaling $83.4 million has
Specialists Here Vernon Eugene Hartllne was will be placed at 137 boat placing new warning signs the year, or the allocation will been approved by the State Department -
Richard Alan Henry of fined $26 or 3 days In Jail and "Caution Sail throughout the state In areas be withdrawn by the State Department of Revenue accord-
Department of Community County ramps warns similar to that In which the Ing to Tax Assessor Gene
the A five-day workshop for new- for unlawful speed. He was Boat Mast Must Be Lowered of Education.The Long.
Medicine, University of Flor- ly appointed "occupational also fined $26 or 3 days by Before Leaving Ramp." June accident occurred. remaining $100,000 Of the amount listed, only $52,1million
ida, was guest speaker at the Plans 50thAnniverwry cialists" In Bradford and Judge Yawn for failure to appear comes from State Board of Is rated as taxable pro-
Starke Rotary Club on Wednes- several nelghbornlng counties The large sign specially pre Panel Is Drawn Education Revenue bonds sold perty.
the of
day, Aug. 4, describing effortsof will be held August 16-20 at Gloria Tyson Mack was also pared by Department last week. There is no time Long was advised that this
this agency to relieve\ the the Bradford-Union Vocational fined $26 or 3 days for failureto Transportation, measures two For Murder TrialA limit on the expenditure of the tax roll had been approved by
and has red let-
three feet
shortage of adequate medicalcare Plans are under way In Union Center In Starke. yield right of way. by SBE bonds, but when Casey J. Ed Straughn. executive director -
reflective white
In some areas of the County for a celebration this The 1971 Legislature passedan Both Bennie Terrell, charged background tering on a with the warning panel of 105 residents of asked they be sold he stipulated of the Revenue Department -
county. fall marking the 50th anniver- act requiring that each Florida with falling to have vehicle "Danger Overhead Power Bradford County have been that they be spent on the and was told that the
sary of the founding of the school district shall havean under control, and Lucille Ray- Lines." A cartoon points drawn for a flrst-degree mur- high school library. railroad and telegraph assessments -
Dr.Henry said that the Ideal county by legislative act In "occupational specialist" mond Dtlllnger, charged with overhead to reinforce figure the warn der trial to be held here Au- In considering what size bond will be made known soon
situation Is to have one physician 1921.At whose full-time Job will be to failure to yield right of way gust 30, at 9:30.: Issue to float the board must The Bradford assessor attended
for every 1.000 persons, a meeting of the Union assist students In becoming pled not guilty to their charges. ing.On June 3 two teenagerswere The case, which originatedIn decide whether to shoot for a meeting In Orlando
but that In some rural areas of County Commission last week prepared for, and entering Into killed and, another ser- Fort Pierce,was transferredhere all of the $675,000 of construction this week, where assessors
the u.S:). the ratio Is only Chairman Shelton 1 Arnold a- the world of employment.Mike Willie KInsey charged with on a change of venue Casey feels necessary or from all parts of Florida were
one doctor for as many as greed to coordinate activities Sexton was recently appointed operating a motor vehicle with- by Circuit Judge George E. whether to cut it down to Just briefed by the Revenue Depart-
2,800 persons. New York City for the celebration which is by the School Board as out a Ucense and unlawful speed, JUNIOR CLUB DANCE Adams of Orlando. the high school or middle ment on assessment changes
on the other hand, has a doc- planned for October 9. Tentative "occupational specialist" for failed to appear In court as The defendant James Edward school. A recent survey of brought on by new laws.There's .
tor for every 500 persons. plans Include a parade a Bradford County schools. As did Yale Bruce charged with The Junior Woman's Club of Christian, Is said by Court building needs for Bradford
fair, and a free fish fry at such he will be a member of unlawful speed. Warrants for Starke will sponsor a dance, officers In Orfando to have schools In the next five years ---
The Department of Com- Lakeside Park. the school guidance team,workIng their arrest have now been "Sound Vibration," In the two other cases pending against placed additional space at the
munity Medicine has program Union County was created mainly with high school and Issued by Judge Yawn, with Starke Woman's Club Tuesday him. middle school at the top of
of supplying assistants to doctors from that portion of Bradford middle school students In the bail set at $501.Elizabeth night Aug. 17, from 8 to 12. Bradford Circuit Clerk Gilbert the list because the committee ,/ .
In understaffed areas In County lying west of New River area of their Individual occu- Darnell Reed, William Admission $1.50. Brown said that In additionto thought conditions were ,/ t J
an effort to make adequate after a 50-year controversy pational Interests. He will direct David Benton, Joseph L. e e e summoning a Jury panel, he crowded there. /s ,1l e
medical attention available to between Starke and Lake his efforts especially toward Smith Jr., Pauline Young, Ste- Picking c rtttrtmmt spot i* has made arrangements for the That put the school board
all, Dr. Henry said. Butler over which town shouldbe students who are not col- phen Carl Johnson, and Charlie tricky./ It involve finding apiece Jury In the event the trial lasts Into the position of thinking the
The speaker was Introducedby the county seat. During the lege bound. Lee Jones all forfeited bondson When tin, ideal cUmataha more than one day. middle school Is first priority
Dr. A.J. Barry. half century several county seat Don Allen, retired directorof charges of unlawful speed. escaped everybody: tltft thus relating the high school
elections were held and the Instruction In Alachua Coun- attention.

CLASP ENVELOPES, all courthouse was moved back and ty; has been engaged as coordinator -
sizes.- Bradford County Tele- forth several times before the for the occupational .,
graph. matter was finally settled by training program, which will New law RequiresImmunizations No Substitute For Experience !

_division of the county -,t continue throughout the year.
-
The five-day session here
will be conducted by special- For BeginnersFlorida

REGISTER FOR Gtir' 101lDA ists to work with principals,
'' counselors, and trainees In the now has a law requiring
FREE SPRAYER EST writing of training proceduresand children starting school Let's Re-Elect

And 32 Gal. Insecticide. 4 \ other phases of the new for the first time to be im- i
program. munized against childhood: dis
Winner Will Be Called VONTROL Counties that will send representatives eases. KENNETHFUQUA t
: to the workshophere Dr. Wilson T. Sowder. State + ,
Drawing Aug. 21st.
Include Duval, Marion Health Officer, says that every
Baker, Clay, Putnam, Gllchrist effort will be made to enforcethe
Nassau, and Columbia, In addition new law which requires

EVERGREENS to Bradford. every child entering a publicor
After a month of working private school for the first

LANDSCAPE BLOOMING PLANTS in their schools, the trainees time to provide a record of
will come together for another Immunizations against polio
week of Intensive In-service diphtheria red measles, Ger-

NEW ORDERS training. Sept. 27 Oct. 1. man measles, whooping cough,

and tetanus. AND KEEP A FULL TIME ,

Coming In Check With Us Lets G& Boot tq f but Smallpox Dr. Sowder was said also he Included eliminated -

smallpox from the requirement
For Your Landscape Needs as a "dead Issue"
since there hasn't been a case OF
;, of smallpox In the U.S. since f POllCt
Reg' =-- and In Florida since \
1949, none
50 lb. Cow;Manure 2.99 1.91 -''- 1948.The t

,. only way a child can be
.-- exempted from the vaccinationlaw
50 lb. 6 6 6 100% Organic Is for his parents to file

Fertilizer With Minors 247 TE \\nmK LEADS TOl'CEssn'L a written claim to exemptionon
; : WAltK SKII the basis of religious belief -

I I'.imwmk' i I. the ciMiili.il; ingic or for a doctor to certify U Years In Local Latv Enforcement..
Chant Kllll.ll llMlll 10 a SllllCVlful that an Individual child
COMPLETE water ..kl ride the I Icamwoik. lie should not have a particular
Incin the ......e.... dater anil ulnertcrH Immunization for reasons of
-- IHI\, iniHHIunlf| iiml to make. health. lie Has Proven His Ability As A Law Enforcement Officer Ry Being Able
AQUARIUM of loinmniiudtioii; iiml nniluM.Muling -
1.-r the jilt The health officer said that
","" caner rtinrntlc hat parents who can afford It should To Make The pressure Decisions In Time Of Emergency And Stand Up For

INCLUDING iippliuil 1 a and few fun tip that will the ill. have their children immunizedby All When The Is On.KENNETH.
one salcl) tlnoiighonl'
iilc. a private physician. Local

.'- FISH I the ,IIIM jut lugim licfote anyone health departments will setup
i hail .c...|hc.1| the water I lie Immunization programs for
skier; timer and. olwnei. diouhlioinp.ne those who cannot afford to pay FUQUA. .
PET littler' in detail liffoic the Dr. Sowder said.

.mlc to mime" an umtenumlniguInn It was suggested that school H>* worked and will continue to work to upgrade your Polio I* 0 full time Chief of Police, being on call 24 hour a day-
SPECIAL Ihe inn d.III.lIy, (Magna, I the officials will have to help with D.porlm.ot, through training and aound bualnaaa praolloia.During Rudy to work. around this clock to gl.e you and your lb.p.ot.olloo *
llnce ,limit,,, make" nine that the) nil of the law
enforcement new you deaerve
ilci'l.iml. the fir. iiiipoil.int' hand since the Legislature failed to I hla taaura aa Chlaf of Polio, ha* anoouragtd hi.
REG. $17.95 tlgnalt, ami, their iiKMiting funds In the health m.a to lire aa Afioelat D.roe In Law Enforcement.
1 he .take. .nil ii the mint impoi' provide of 10 m.., t now brie :10 hour toward this dgr.. Has provided leedarehlp and ,tno direction to your PoliO.D.porlm.ol. .
l.int pail'' of' Ihe water ..ki run I lieilntci budget for staff Increases. .
$ 13.00 .hoiil l pimlion the Heat MI, I HU eoopratd and will oontlnu to eoopiral with all other
NOW lh.it he mil lie able to follow I'i iMiaighl Law Enforamnt Ag nclt.. or any other group ddlotd to Ha* prove during his tenure aa Chief of Police, that he I Ie
I HIM Mill tallow I the .
inline of
betterment
the our community.Ha
Frozen Sandwiches qualified to operate the City Police Department on a bualneaa-
skier. hit halante. l eluie hat
tit g.nn with calm-
.
U" bald. aaurln this popl of Starke lately
lug to execute a linn IIw,. whin For Quick Snacks sisal y**.* xprlnc In local law enforcement, :2aa nee* and efficiency. He underetand lb. problem of Stark.
USES the ikiei. till H," Ihe timer, Chief of Police.
tell .
your H. reallie. Starke I I. a growing ally and will keep ni* aepartment -
; THE fchonlil IK leaiU, tit lake," lilf. ai Ihe
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New frozen toaster sand altuailon that arlee.Aek
/0 A geared to cope with any may
FeeJ Lots .... .
''er her miie| lcil.' tic enough
GOLDEN I BEST IN ilnotile lo make," ewe" .the skier. 11 wiches 'featurinJr real bread S that you lbs cltliene of Stark. gtT him th* prlTileg
MALRIR Poultry ,pulled tpnikllo" the 111.1.. ..". and six popular spreads will o..d honor to continue aerilnf a* your Chief. of Polio.
RAT BAITS I nun me another eno>,ilile pint be introduced this summer.
f Houses c>f the inn if he* aiv exetutctl uellluai The Green Giant Companyhas
J I lb. MEAL .\ 'lit"hi oil"up1! manemeii
C had the new Snackwiches
IS MY PLEDGE
.. .". .'. Dairy \\ ben milling umg' tide ""I"" THIS
.".ga %' Reg. 1.85 ci.illt, if Ihe ukur I ii mi the niMtlenl under development for overa
I Barns as the linn.lso. year, and they represent
:'.;. Now 1.47 \ the .h tics, nhstitir. ..milkirr Green Giant's first entry into and Welfare of Man Woman and Child in
.. "TIle Every
;. Patios .- this,uld all tilt\u.u11t thfiiiM.Uc the frozen snack market. Safety ,
=: unit Male mill UK.11 icgiil.iuoni; got

Garbage Cans 1 lb. PELLETS ei hate mug"minine ttaier to nkimg.mnitvl. ":Mant ride onlt area. cheese The flavors cheese are and: grilled ham die City of Starke, Regardless of Color, Creed, Religion or Walkof

In general. hone\er. tin mini iin;* spread egg and bacon omelet, "
LB. REG. 1.59 1.37 Reg. 1.85 1.47 |IH".1.11I1 Idea lo "keep| in mind ii lom.i sloppy Joe, pizza, and peanut Life .
itleil. I the darer imitl' alwa\
butter and jelly all betweentwo
lie looking. ...III.r '1111 ulrtr11ctiuntor
congestion in hunt of the hose, slices of bread which may lie Invites You To Check His Record As Chief Of Police
:draw/ lime the nkier. i I. exeiiiiiiig be popped into a toaster for
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VteOIITIOl ttictl i liokctl, uie.it.rin contained in each package of Support Will Be Sincerely Appreciated .

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A survey of At that time, the board tentatively good. The survey indicates that plant costing about 1.1 million ,,1-r by injury after injury."It ,
Bradford County Schools, made approved the expenditureof minor repairs are needed, and and alterations amounting to ," has never been anything i

by a team of experts sponsoredby tfOO.OOO for neW' constructionat then lists alterations needed about $12,800 to replace lockers iFE. .N.; .I'", -\-1'\ "" jjj. serious" says Brown. ."But IF1

I the State Department of Education the Middle School and the which amount.to about 1200. and to relight the auditorium. y 7'1' .., 11; always just enought to keep'me
, included the recommendation HiWt School. The out of the lineup"
Hampton Elementary ... ; \ .. .. ,., ,I
I that the county will The survey team recommended report finds the building In gen- Under general I recommendations I '. '\. .. n';;;) ";" Brown played basketball at

k have to spend $3.1 million dur three basic actions: erally good condition, and that the survey concluded: ; '-", .' ..\i i11' IUF Lee High School before

ing the next'live years to update 1)) Major alterations at six elementary .- alterations will be needed cost- Custodial and maintenance "I/h'" "
I to Bradford
its school. plants. Ing about 1000. ;, transferring
schools services .glf
are generally Inadequate .' i County High for his senior
The survey was made by 7. Lawtey Elementary The at all of 'he school .i'\, year. "Stop quibbling, Alice. The J
man team of out-of-county: education 2)) New construction and major team Indicates that aside from olants The team recommendsthat iI' country desperately needs
experts which Included alterations at Bradford Mid minor repairs needed, the a throough study be made ',:,1iJ: Lee didn't have football, but future scientific !

E<.rl C. Deck, purchasing agentof dle School. and Bradford High building is in good shape. How- of current custodial and main- when Brown went out for the bralnlll"I
School tenance services sport at Bradford he was an
the Alachua County school ever some deficiencies arc noted to determine ) I
need for better now these services instant sensation. He made
system. 3)) Conversion of IUE former such as the can be Im- 't
of and trash. provide. Assistance In the Claw A all-state offensiveand
garbage
pickup developIng -
1-12 school to administrativeand .
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defensive teams and led "
The recommendations In the services center. The cost of alterations neededIs a program for adequate \ ,,1
supportive set at $2,000. maintenance services can be ;' the Tornadoes to the ClassA ;" ,H '- ,I ''
Insofar '
mandatory only
are '
survey Statements on the conditionand obtained from the State Depart- .' state crown. ; tl.) l' i
as the expenditure of various ". : / < \
on recommendations on the R.J.E. Exterior of building ment ft Education. .
state funds for school con Former Gator assistant i
schools follows: Is in repair and needs repainting
various are as poor .
struction Is concerned State coach Popper Rodgers who
The Interior of entire Lives .
Lost
funds arc rarely enough to Anderson Elementary Con- 2,170 '" moved to Kansas as head
needs dre-
building paints an
complete the program outlined. dition of the building is good. pair. Custodial Is limited. On Florida Roads coach remembered him and
major alterations! : convert pri- space gave: him a scholarship upon
the Maintenance has not been provided During Year 1970 ? .. ,
Speaking on survey at a mary classroom to kindergarten ,::'I, ,"' graduation. J.Ak
is
and the building rapidly '
recent Bradford County School air-condition six class-
; : Alterations Con- Life at Kansas' has been
Board meeting Supt.\ Tom Casey rooms; repair broken windows; deteriorating. : pleasant but painful.As Charity
administrative and Florida took toll
vert plant to highways a
said the county could undoubtedly repair damaged sinks; and ( i. freshman he missed
a ( ,
In acci-
supportive service center at of 2,170 lives traffic ,.. .
"
get by with the expenditure paint exterior trim. Estimatedcost I r ; two of the four Then
cost of about $100,000 dents during 1970 according games. E.
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of far less than the :: ''
: $21,000Brooher 'L.1r: Brown
to figures released by the Department :. sad";' : & "" missed three gamesas
$.11 million listed by the report Elementary Exte- Southslde Elemenary Exterior of Safety; -- '- ------ --- a sophomore, three as a JettAbpat
FORMER TORNADO AND JAYHAWK LARRY BROWN
rior condition of the building Is of building Is in fair condi- This represented an Increaseof junior and four this past t year -
was drafted by the Pittsburgh Meeler of the AFC
with various hurts of
s. a.------ --__--_-_-_-_-_-_.-.-.-.-.-.-.--..-.--.--.-.-.-.-.ww.----.-. tion but interior needs painting/ only two per cent over the kind. some This QaesUoBi
Custodial space Is lImited. Alterations 2.134 killed In the precedingyear "Fraud losses from the
needed costing only and the mileage death Larry Brown was just a His After playing offensive and
: friend and
good of lost stolen
about $250.Starke rate declined from 5.8 to S.... "little disappointed" as he Steve Lawson defensive end with the KU illegal use or
neighbor. wasa
We RepairI I the lowest recorded since 1959. spoke from his Lawrence, lot happier. frosh, Brown made the credit cards has Increased
times this
seven year over
Kan apartment. Jayhawk starting lineup as a
Elementary Exterior The MDR Is a yardstick used Lawson was the No. 2 pickof last year" states a credit
"I[ I should be sophomore offensive tackle.
happy
by traffic safety; experts to guess
and interior of buildings In the Cincinnati Bengals and .
and I ," he said as But junior, he was card manager. If someone
I represent the number of fatalities am as a
TYPEWRITERS i ii fair condition, but termite dam- Is offensive
per each 100 million he thought over the fact that an guard. back at defensive end until takes a two week all-ex-
is evident. A number of Brown the 106th
age miles driven by motorists.Last was players the injuries hit. He was at pense trip to Hawaii on my

i s; ADDING MACHINES i ii areas. Including needing the attention point that are artificial listed year's 5.0. national average was fifth he had round been of Thursday's drafted in seg-the selected Lawson was in the the 41st draft player."There's while. tight games.It .end for the last two credit be me card! Can-insurance I want it tn against -

Is unsatisfactory. difference -
lighting{ quite a
ment of the National Football was tight end all the unathorized use of
i Alterations listed Include the More than 400.000 automobile ." said Brown who
i CALCULATORS draft. way this season but the Injuries credit card be added to
need for the air-conditioning of accidents occured In Florida Leagust player probably will get! a shot at a "
I during 1970 with 1,874 fatal ac- j continued Homeowner Policy?
at estimatedcost a
IB classrooms an cidents. Brown, former all stater the Stcclcr's tight end spot.
of $118,550; from Bradford County High Lawson hopes to come to Charley E.
Get'em While They Last! : The leading cause of all accidents School in Starke and now at terms with the Bengals then *

.. Middle School Exterior of was excessive speed the University of Kansas was complete his education in the Henpecked voice in the Bit JOHNS AGENCY
building is in good condition, or speed too fast for road selected by the Pittsburgh summer session. Dental schoolare OErin Bar and Grill *1
Used i but custodial Is limited conditions Alcohol was involved in his plans at present. Walnut
i Typewriters space Steelcrs. who were selecting thought marriage would be a 131 So. St.
I and not well organized. Recommend In one out of and every failure after the draft choice had Professional scouts have had merger, but I discovered I Phone 984-8070
fatal -
two accidents
: construction costing their Brown since was a wholig-owned subsidiary -
new been traded from the New eyes on ever
to yield right of way was dstnhst.ntst. rD
i -$45 To $85- i $912600 and alterations 1 high on the list of contributing Orleans Saints. he entered the Kansas. But !'

S S. amounting to about 1000. causes to accidents. his career has been hampered

Y Completely Reconditioned Bradford High The older Pedestrians accounted for 420
buildings, which include the of all traffic fatalities in 1970.
i main buildings and the cafeteria with youngsters ranging In age r 1
Royals, Remingtons are in very poor condition. from one to nine years, and men People I It
The newer buildings are In and women aged 65 and over
S GUARANTEED: TO WORK a good condition but maintenance accounting for half that InvolvedIn num-
ber. Motorcycles were
.Is poor. Lockers in gymnasium 124. fatal accidents.
i See Them At !: locker rooms need replacing.The I t future t .
hard-surfaced area In the Saturday was the most deadly with a

2 Bradford County TelegraphS \:> physical education field should day of the week for drivers .
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and pedestrians 1970
PHONE 1.6.105. : [ balanced. Friday and Sunday following

%.......................................J.| of Recommend new facilities new throughout construction the all weekends.close fatal behind.accidents Nearly occurred halt on of t save for it at t tt


N '.I1i.dI1W W- ;W.I ''r< More fatal accidents took

place starting during at 3 the p.m.11-hour and period ending i t tt
First Federal
at 2 a.m. than any other time
It s Here of day.

J'It In an effort to deal with the
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Increasing traffic toll, Gov. "
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Reubln Askew Is spearheading i
Florida's "Arrive Alive"high .JJ

way safety; program which has i iI
received national acclaim and ,


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SWHI .t Slruicbtrrlti TAlt SU ./ Stare Garden's




SATURDAY, AUG. 14

Loser of game 1 vs loser ,.
6 Teams game 4,10 a.m. Pitcher And
Top
Loser of game 2 vs loser

game 3, 11:30: a.m.
Winners of games 3 and 4,

Vie In StateChampionships I p.m.Winners of games 5 and 6,

3:30: p.m.WIMer.
of game 8 vs loserof Catcher Combo

game 7, 5 p.m.
Winner of winner's bracketvs

winner of loser's bracket,
8:30 p.m. \


..... Game 11 will be played at 10 SetGarden

p.m., and will be necessary Tourney
Florida's Amateur Softball bring with them very Impres- only if the loser's bracket lT

Association's 1971 Men's Open sive credentials,havlngaccumulated champ defeats the winner's
Slow Pitch State Championship a fine season record. bracket champ. (
Tournament will open Friday, The Fort Walton team breezed T

Aug 13 at the Westslde Park through the District I playoff Game 11 will be played at 10
starting at 6 p.m. unscathed and handled some p.m., and will be necessary Restaurant's Softball but had six hits four of them with the team for many years
Six of the strongest teamsIn reputable teams with ease. For only If the loser's bracket team will host the Men's State out of the park. There are before devoting his time to directing -

the State will vie for the example, Buddy's Sporting champ defeats the winner's v Championships this weekend. only a few runners that attempt tile talents of his play-
honor of representing FloridaIn Goods of Tallahassee was rat- bracket champ. Through articles In the past to root Watson out on ers. Jack has many years before -
the regional Tournament, ed as one of Florida's top two weeks, readers have been plays at the plate--he only devoting his time to directing -

a tourney which Is one step teams and was predicted by Brief opening ceremonies will made acquainted with the Gar- plays at the platehe only Die talents of his play-
away from the World Tourna- many to be one of the State held 5:30 Friday. den's outfield and infield. This weighs about 250. ers. Jack has the most difficult -
be at
ment. participants. Smith Plumbing, Gene Hayburn: superintendentof P.m. week the Garden battery, the The starting pitcher is Job. He must make the

The six teams that will com- whip them in the District play- the Starke Parks & Recre- pitcher-catcher combo that has Gainesville's Paul McArthur. decisionswho to play, whereto
pete In the State Playoff are: of 48-17, as they slammed 18 ation Department and Commis- s accounted for a total of 81 In slow pitch solfball a pitcher place players position-wise,
of the park. In the fro home runs Is featured. has what's the most productive batting .-
Garden Restaurant will be balls out sioner of District n, Florida r to be able to do more
the host team since Starke is finals of the tourney, Smith's ASA, will be tournament di- t I I r The starting catcher Is John than pitch. lie must be an accomplished order, and do we walk this

the host city.: Garden this year defeated the runner-up team rector. ; Watson, a real fine athlete from glove man since the guy or pitch to him? Jack will
has fielded their strongest team 26-5. Therefore, you may ob- i Macclenny. John starred In high pitcher's plate is only 46 feet chew on some ears now and

ever and will not be a push- serve they are capable of scorIng Game officials Eddie Vickers school athletics at Baker High away from the batter, and he then, but having been one of
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over for any team. Garden has some runs. Probably the St. Augustine Wal : ,: and played college football at must be able to hit. McArthur Bradford County's real fine ath-
Taylor
for Ft. Walton is William ; V. ., : does letes he knows what he Is doing
always been respected for its big gun lace, Gainesville Granville ., Murray State. lie has been with both. For the year, Paul
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defense and this year have come Tolbert, a big fellow who Boozer, Eau Gallic.Tournament the Garden three years now is carrying a .518 average. lie and has the respect of his play-

up with a strong offensive attack .- Joined Smith's this year after ..... .... .' ... .. .... ....... and has enjoyed his best season has hit 25 over the fence and ers. When the Garden takes the
and the one item a team following Waller In the Jo'sPizza Committee:Gene with the bat. John leads the has been credited with 62 RBI. field Friday, August 13, In the

must have in slow pitch soft-. line-up In years past.Jerry's Rayburn, Randall Davis, Bob H.T. Walls, top contender for the title of slow pitch.oltball' team In circuit clouts, havinghit McArthur has hit over .500 opening game of the State Jack
ballThe Long Ball. Garden Catering of Fort Lauderdale Patterson, Charles Francis, first 56 out of the park. In 4 of 7 tournaments, and will be In the coaching box at
District legitimate superstar will be seen horo in third base directing traffic
has won Its share of tourna- will represent Steve Ashley, Charles Johns won the home run trophy In
ments this year and has earneda IV in the State Championship.Area and James Watts. action with Jo.'. Piiso team in the State Tournament this John has performed well in the Cocoa Invitational. In that Townsend Strickland, the

reputation strong enough a- fans will recall Jerry'sas weekend. tournament competition this tourney Paul was 17 for 28, Garden's business manager Is
round the State to be rankedIn they participated In a Starke year having hit over.600 In five scored 17 runs, hit 9 homers a former BUS athlete who
Florida's top ten teams. Invitational in April of this jl .... I j8III18I'.glb tournaments, and over .500 in and had 18 RBI. starred In track. lie handled

Where the Garden will finishIn year, going through the tour- mgOWOWIIX a&8SK883! The (lid 7mlE/'t eight tournaments. Watson was Linwood Kitchens does agood both the field and business man-

this big tournament is a ney undefeated and enroute to voted the most valuable playerIn Job pitching as he moves ho( ager Jobs until he rellqulshed
question mark. However you the championship almost g rr the Perry Invitational wherehe ball around on the batters and the field Job to Hazen. No one
can rest assured that none of knocked the fences down with batted an average of .704 I is hard to hit. Linwood, who Individual loves the game more
the other five teams will take long ball hitters. Undoubtedly, Q and hit 12 home runs, going 19 Is in the tile business Starke, than Strickland and no one has
them lightly. they have not slowed down muchas for 27 with 23 RBI.John brought has not enjoyed his best yearat devoted more time and effort

Jo's Pizza of Milton has pro- they too, won their Dis- Ccunt n1 home the home run trophy from the plate, but has batted to building a softball team than

duced some great teams in the trict championship by going undefeated the Savannah Invitational, hitting .- over .500 In three tourna- has Townsend.On

previous five years, having been whipping a good 6 long homers over the ments. In the Starke Pre-Sca- the eve of the State playoff -

to the World twice in that time Grampa's Bakery team In the ":\ inl& 1&1I'M >ou inure I"Ih ( fence 300 feet away. In the son, Linwood batted .667. you can bet that Townsendis

and the No. Two team in the finals. Jerry's Catering can Results of play in the NCF- The final match of the NCF- leisure lluiii being right on Gainesville Invitational Watson Jack Hazen Is the field man- anticipating the tourney's

World for two straight years.Jo's place ten men In the starting 21, Monday, Aug. 9, at Green 21 will too played Sunday, Aug. lime:. only went to bat seven times, ager of the Garden. lie played opening game.
with all ten capableof
is in the 1971 State Cham- line-up Cove Springs: IS, at Ironwood In Gainesville,
champions parking the ball outside the
pionship as defending with presentation of awards to
a title they capped last park. Age 9 and under ((3 holes)-- follow at 5 p.m.
year over Garden. The Mil Joey Herres. Starke, 19, total
Mobley Really of St. Peters-
ton based team has a big asset 84; Deayne Russell, GaInes- For you who play golf as well
T Wal- burg is the Distrlc m repre- as I do, you'll be Interestedin
in the person of II. yule 19, total 82; Barry Thomas -
sentative to the State Champ-
ler powerful home run hit. the fact that we have a new
a This Starke, 21, total 78; Bri!
team also
ter. Waller is known as a softball -. ionship. was a an Thomas Starke 24,total 77. mowing machine, and Herb has
in the Starke
participant April
superstar, and was named the roughs and ditch banks, .
the most valuable player In the Tournament and while they do 10-11 year old (9 holes)-- where I spend most of my

World Tournament. In that not own reputation the other Billy Tuten, Palatka, 51, total golf game, really looking good. "..
five State
tourney Waller hit 16 home they cannot participants be taken possess lightly., 84; Don Davis Palatka, 53, total 1rz.u1j;

runs, a world tournament re- Any team that fights Its 79; Jim Merrill, Gainesville -The Hook
cord. While Waller Is recog- way 56, total 79.
through a host of teams to gaina
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nized as the home run king, I
berth in the State can't be
Jo's Pizza has many other 12-13 years (9 holes)-- Chuck
sticks, and that will have to taken lightly. Often times an Waters Gainesville, 39, total
unheralded team will rise to
be contended with 84; Marty Kennett, Gainesville,
Satellite Beach Longhorns the occasion and put a hurtingon 41, total 83; Matt hones FootballPractice

the champions of District n, the teams boasting the superstars Starke, 47. total 77, SAVE
Mobley Realty in the SAVE
having gained this distinctionby
early part of the season did ((18 )
winning the Distrio D cham- 14-15 years holes --Bobby
pionship playoff last weekendIn not show the strength that the Hayes, Keystone 83, total 81;
Tltusville. The Longhornswent other five teams did. However Bret Cole, Keystone, 77. total
reports from District m indicate 80 Tim Wahl.
; Gainesville, 76, -
that un-
through playoff
defeated having to get by such that the St. Petersburgteam total 78; Ed Watts, Starke, 87, BeginsMonday
has shown vast Improve- total 56.
formidable opponents as tough
Ormond Beach Optical, and ment. 16-17 years 08 holesPaul .:::
These are six of Florida's
.
: ..
power hitting Gainesville Tate best slow pitch softball teams. Mulford, Gainesville, 72, total ::. !!: ... .
Electric. In one of the tourney 84; Dave Smith Gainesville, 78, I:
Any one of these teams is capable :: :
games the Longhorns found the winning the State Cham- total 78; Mark Ward. 86. total ...i :::: ,
:
wind blowing in their favor 77 Richard Roberts Starke .. ..
pionship. Though no one will ; .1. e.J
and proceeded to blast 17 over 78, total. 73. Fall football practice begins .1. ..
,
venture to who N-
a prediction as
the fence. In an early season Monday, August 16, and Coach : i :
invitational tournament the the champ will beone thingis Over 18 08 holesJohn David Hurse said that U every- : ii :
for surethe fans will :_
Longhorns blasted better than their worth! It is believed get Kennett, Green Cove, 69 total one reports from last year, .S-- : N : 1 11f
money's
50 out of the park. 84; Chris Smith, Gainesville the Tornadoes will have a good :: _:_
The have the 1971 field of teamsto 80, total 77. in '71. ... :1- ** : .:
Longhorns an experienced be one of the strongest ever ; year *.*$:: .:_ ::.5 .
... : : .
ball club laden with
.
.. :
in Florida. With only four seniors returnIng .... .
fine athletes. They are a first ....... -1: .
.. :l.
The is :
year club as far as their name tournament scheduled Hurse from said last that year's the squad, ... ::.: ::.. : Z.
only. The nucleus of the teamis Saturday following .A .
" veterans will be counted .
LetsG&Sofltutq heavily
[ made up of the Central Bre-
.
Inclement weather force postponements on to provide the leader- '
vard Merchants, long time ruler -
and should it become ship and nucleus of the team:
I. of District D and several
. necessary, games will be Charles Wright, Bob !Dyal, Gray
times World contenders. No played August 15.TOtrnNEY ......,,;'=i I Flynn, Randy Gasklns, Dennis =
team In the State will showa '
Crawford, David McCutchln, .4
better won-lost
season
record
.
than will the Longhorns. SCHEDULE -", Gary Melvin, Farelon McClellan rs

I. This team comes with sim- FRIDAY, AUG. 13 ... -, Malachi Henry, Wayne Tet-. .
a I I--Garden vs Smith Plumbing =-..... stone, and Brad Carter. ..--- -. -- --
ulated Steer bellow that you 6 p.m.2Jo's -- : ... 0I; ( I

will hear quite often each timea Pizza vs Jerry's Catering A number of boys coming up

I Longhorn pleases the team 7:30: p.m.3Longhorns. from JV are expected to fill
supporters. Garden- PIUI'SlU, l'4i'olt'r.vi'IIt"I l In the open position, Hurse
Smith Plumbing of Fort Walton Smith winner, 9 p.m.vs MIsl'MIKIOIUOl; ; added. On Air Conditioners Left
Beach to the State
comes
Y ,
Mobley
I Realty vs Jo's-Jerry Boys playing JV football are d
I as Champion of District I and winner 10:30: p.m. ( ,','.oi"h Olli ol lilt lllmt. llii
I |p..1. the "",11".1.| | a"cl! certificates: by the field house .Y
------- -- -- -- Ml imu. ol the 'mint iuiioil.inl. i Itthe before fall) practice. In Stock
.
.piopillu turn1 ttluili iitc mHH
II i.lllMl. mill, the. |1'1'' | l.lll; jl..l lieuiuluir. "U the boys don't bring them
I icaI I HIM I It .1* |I'iii Ii. ili.iiiuiir, and. In before the beginning of prac-
fpm.'' Jll illl .IIIIIIIUI' IO ttllte thispubleur Free Terms
rMiuiiilu ingiiu.cn I tice, they will not be eligibleto Delivery Easy
MM:
.. play by the time of the first
I.IIII lies
iglllll' III 1\|> IVIIII1
I game which is little more thana
LONGHORNRESTAURANT I'llili 1 h the angle .11. ulutli thi.hl.uk month Hurse said.
,* me. iiil.ulitil. lt> the huh ex away 5,000 BTU 112.50
-
I |'ne..ed| in iiuhc-i of rater. 11.1\.1.! Season football tickets will -
\iikullt. u juoiivllir mill tin. II ini.lt sell during the mid-part of
path thuulit. liiinl. lluoiigh the tt.iIn ,
next week at $10 a ticket. b. 8,000 BTU
174.00
I II I imhi< out tune it letulMSDining - -
I II
I I the ""11.,1, iiiiiiiing ul )iiiuIMIIII.
liottitrr I lie ihM.uiLC i I. .letilM.t.me Varsity letters from lastyear .
of ulippigc.l'iuxlk have now come in and playerscan ftp 15,000 BTU -----.211.00

I U.S. 301 SOUTH OPEN 24 HOURS | : r sue me ilevigncil lit drop by the field houseto
IttO llllllllM.II nth, IU\II I pick them up Hurse added.
STARKE FLA. al lllCInil
I : A DAY. I 1 number it the ili.nnclcihilc. 18,000 BTU230.00
II Ills '.III..r Is the uitcli.

I .\. the blithe tingle' (puili) ol ihcniiicller
i i. ---- -- -
I 24,000
I | | imir.iMHl. niuic poutii BTU281.00
UNDER
NEW MANAGEMENT nreileil.to mote the plOp thiongli

I OVID AND THELMA NORMAN I the Hater. .\. n rraull. it i. etiiknl 'IHI.II. dining. M.nt'i skiing' ".11"11...
that the pitch of the piopeller illmilt 1'1..1' fin' an i.I""",.,i I boat' trued
alfecli how' fart the enginet.m for" lithing, In ninti.il though' a
I
Socializing In Horn.-Cooked Meal linn, mid him' fart" jour bunt high |pitch piopilki' i h HM.it lorHn.itl This Is It -They Must Go!
tun -----------------
Using Only Fresh V.glabUsAnd go. | 01 on a liglnii host. uhili n ----
Ml oiilbouils be pop null a lott pitilt n nwil fin,
ate ileiigncil lo
] Mar opciaictl, within retain. letolmiomn panel, on n luatiei boat oi out

I'I ] ..minute. ((i pin) tango, \\iih this coining a (lug liiiiil
i LUNCHEON SPECIAL SI.50I the taw" il U exiicmelt important"' the piopiller. li ieii.iinlt. une ill SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES

I Choice of Thr.. Vogotables that .the proper piopeller "be nxrilKi the in.iiir, | Loots in the )pel,form
match. jour "bout" and load coinbinatiun nine nlIMII/ "IMMI' II unit UK tali I '
I Moot- Too or Coffe. IK"i limning, ,tin ".1'' ton think i ithinilil. '
I In ailiiahl. jil.nt 'lit ihtiking the piu' 332 W. Madison St.
) there it no such
SERVED DAILY FROM 12 NOON .t ," in ran .ilw .' Phone 964.7701
I thing as a aumlard. pup, the propeller le-blcr .mKe 1Hops| _
as, in.lke 11 great tlllii'ieiuc
---------- --- -- -- Mlmh i I. perfect for a tow

August 12, 1971 Telegraph Page 9




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Worth from $682,403 r
Bradford's Up L

t Ir'att' ;


In 1879 to $83,495,108 Today .

T-

''You'" come a long way, River that became: Union County School taxes In 1979 totaled
bab'I"ThJa! $1,706.90 Is estimated that millage In sheep and the most marked
In while the current
1921. fig
those days was about 10.4 with Increase In In poultry.In .
well-known cigarette l advertising In
the valueof ure this department Is$563.-
Today, aggregate
slogan might be Just Bradford 744.21. more than half of It being In 1879 the number of sheep
all property In
more than half of It being the In Bradford-Union was givenas
al appropriate when appliedto A third In
category 1879
County alone Including real was
state levy. Today's mlllage totals 2,384 while today It U
Bradford County today. stale
advalorem
estate, personal,homestead exempt taxes which
19.107, with all of It going estimated that sheep In Bradford -
The HAS come along totaled V
county 521465. The
and railroad and telegraph state ad- i4 i4t
way since 1879 when the Is a grand total of$83- valorem tax was abandoned to the county; and county; County; total less than 100.
value of Its real estate schools. Poultry Is not listed at all .
aggregate 495,108. during the depression days of ,,1t t
The 1879 figures are foundIn In the 1879 breakdown of theeounty'
and personal property was ( the early 1930's and 'w1 4
County taxes other than Is no ?
old Issue of The Telegraph .
a total of $682 53. At that longer factor an ; personal property'!
schools) levied In 1879 totaled a In the county's andmany
dated October 25 of
that (
Bradford since each farm home
time, of course. also while this ; tax picture.
1364.85, today figure .
and discloses some other town homes) had a small A
year '
Included the area west of New Based
Is $433.613.25 for Bradford. on the 1879 figures It '
Interesting Information about chicken "coop" with a few birds Y
the county at that time. mainly for home use. ,,
The number of horses and Today, poultry Is a leading 4'1Kids
Our editorial. mules In Bradlord-UnionatChat Industry In Bradford County;
time was listed as 1151. To- with huge houses dotting the

day, after suffering a decline rural areas, housing millions
with the advent of the auto age, of broilers, pullets, and lay
the horse Is staging a comeback ers. Total capacity; of poultry
view for pleasure riding; not houses In Bradford today :s
I LPoint ?! ] for work purposes-- and the around 9,000,000 birds.
total number estimated In Bradford The total value of animal

at present Is approximately In the county; In 1879 was given
700. as $144,520. Animals are not
Cattle In Bradford-Union In listed as such In today's val- Cash In Aluminum Cans I

1879 were listed at 11,804, while ues, but are Included In the
Now To It today the total number in Bradford overall personal property val
Implement alone Is estimated at uations. It Is Impossible, therefore Donnie Wilkerson 6, and his
5,000. to give a comparable figure four-year-old brother, Gary crushed and paid for at the rate Jacksonville. From there, the
Hogs in Bradford-Union In but the total would their "little red of 10 cents a poundapproxi-
run use wagon' aluminum Is shipped In car-
and start
"The life of humanity upon this and distribution system, long 1879 numbered 8.145, while to- into the millions. to haul aluminum cans to the mately half a cent per can. load lots to Reynolds smeltIng

planet may yet come to an end, anda range planning for an adequate sewer-( day's total in Bradford rang Vest Bradford County; has reclaiming unit which visits Almost half a million cans plants where It Is melted

terrible end. But I would have age system.On es from 1,500 to 2,000. "come a long way, baby" since Starke every Wednesday after- were collected and paid for down for reuse.
very end Is threatenedin The most marked decline In the days when sheep outnum- noon. They are sons of Mr. and during the first two weeks of The new time schedule for
you notice that this the subject of Starke's deteriorating the animal population of the bered houses and mules In the Mrs. Randall Wllkerson of the Pensacola to Jacksonville Starke, 3:30: to 4:30: p.m. on
our time. Not by anything that the buildings the county Is In the category of county.County ; Starke. run of the Reynolds mobile u- Wednesdays, was adopted to
and dilapidated ,
universe may do to us, but only by The bag of cans weighed five nit. prevent the big truck from arriving -
himself."Holmes committee pointed out that studies pounds, and each boy receiveda
what man may do to late at some stops because -
made of housing In relation to health bright; new Quarter, for this The unit Is equipped with of delays at previous

be a fitting reveal that cases of tuberculosis, venereal efforts In "helping to keep scales to weigh the aluminum stops. "It helps a lot If those
This grim warning may disease, and other diseases ; America beautiful" by gathering for on-the-spot payment to bringing In all-aluminum cans
overture to the final report submitted in substandard r Agent f News 001 aluminum cans. those who bring them In. A and other clean aluminum
last week to the County Commissionand occur predominately has The Reynolds allUllmum can shredder mounted on the truck household scrap arrive early
to the City Councils of four municipalities housing areas. Bradford County reclaiming unit Is at the Starke chops the aluminum Into tiny during our scheduled stops,"

by the Bradford County En- an estimated 900 units without ade- by Bobby Taylor Plaza each Wednesday from pieces which are taken to the a company. official said.

vironmental Health Study Committee.The quate plumbing facilities, the report 3:30: to 4:30: o'clock. Cans are Reynolds reclamation center in

said, and approximately 120 of these '
It Cooperation Is the key to their Immunity; in 7-10 days.
located in Starke. was recom-
report examines conditions as are the success and accomplishment It Is recommended that the
they exist In Bradford County today mended that condemnation by the City of any program. This horse not be worked for at -

and makes some sweeping recommendations should be considered for some of these was particularly' true with our least four days after vaccina- 7tytQQ TQQ w ; C

in the units. masr horse Immunization pro- tion, but can be used normally ..
deflclences noted
for gr? .. against the Venezuelan after this period. Horse 1t0
areas of solid waste disposal, sewer- The report noted an "absence of I'APIni sickness that affects should remain on the farm for [ SOUND i dmfff&f&S : I'' LETTERS
age, air and water pollution, substan- :;nth horses and humans. With a period of 14 days after vac-
dard housing, and general sanitation. community leadership for the improve- the help of a lot of folks, cination. Then they can be
ment of deteriorating areas" and rec- about 900 horses In Bradford moved throughout the State If the EDITOR

Although the committee places no ommended that consideration be givento County; were vaccinated In a they show evidence of a vaccination ,.

recommendations combining County and City inspec- strenuous four day schedule. tag or paper.A '''' _..-...-, ,""-a.. "r "$M.fJ
priority on any of its A lot of ,
names could be called very Important observation -
it is obvious that the three tion departments, providing sufficient for this help, but maybe it will made during a number of REPLY TO LETTER mendoua amount of tickets given paying taxes, In some cases,

most pressing problems In the countyare personnel for the inspection program. suffice to say that the Job was farm visits during this program FROM MRS. NELSON to shoppers for minor violations for 20 or more years. They

: done because of the genuine was a lot of poisonous resulting In shoppers have looked forward to the age
There is far too much meat in Interest In the health of our weeds growing around barns, Dear Mr. Matthews: refusing to deal with local merchants of retirement and putting a
people and horses that corrals and in Weeds I would not ordinarily take as they are doing today.
of solid wastes the committee's report to absorb In our en- pasture. mobile home on their lot. This
Adequate disposal in abled us to get the job done. like CrotalarIa Night Shade time to answer the letter writ- There wasn't the tremendous could be done for around $,000
to comment on
reading or
which are expected to almost double-- any one We hope that this efforts will and Lantana are highly toxicto ten in last week's paper by amount of unsolved breaking with Immediate occupancy.
from the present 55,000 cubic yards a single editorial. It represents an be justified and prevent an out- horses cattle and other Neoma S. Nelson, but due to and enterings, resulting In the Some confusion takes place

annually to 100,000 cubic yards by effort extending over a period of 18 break of this disease In our warm-blooded animals. Most the fact that it was written loss of thousands of dollarsto here. Are they to be deniedthe

the 1990. months on the part of a dedicated area. animals will not eat poisonous with false statements and a merchants; or the tremen- right to put a mobile homeon
year committee of local laymen who soughtto There are horses left to be plants under normal cir personal attack, I feel I must. dous police budget and over- their property?

is" the vaccinated. Owners should con- cumstances., But conditions Several people have contacted expenditure. or the drug When elderly people move
"tell it like it on subjectof
2- The total lack of, sewerage and tact our office at Phone 964- such as starvation, deficient me about answering the letter problem'with no action being from one place to another, they
>water facilities to serve the 177 resi- Bradford County's environmental 6554 to let us know how many rations, overgrazing, or animal themselves, but, I feel It taken. Marijuana can be pur- do not have the time, neededto

dences in the City of Lawtey. health. horses they have. We will then curiosity will cause animals is my job. chased for $35 an ounce with- build a home nor can they
schedule a time and place for to eat these plants. I will start by answering all in ten blocks of the police sta afford the Inflated prices of

and deteriorating The most difficult part of any planning vaccination. It Is our goal to Good Insurance against this false statements and any directly tion.We materials, labor and high mort-
3The dilapidated vaccinate every horse In our king of loss is to make a concerning me. didn't have. the racial interest. Most of the elderly -
condition of many structuresboth program, of course, is implementation, County; If the owners want this thorough Inspection of your Persona living outside the disturbances which have resulted gage wouldn't live long enoughto

residential and commercial In the and we feel that too much time and service. farm and get rid of any of city can be employed as police property damage,peo pay for these exorbant debts.

City of Starke.To effort has gone into the compilingof It is my understanding that these plants that could poison officers This regulation ple being stopped and robbed to pay for these exorbitant
this report for it to be placed on this vaccination will not cause an animal. If you can't recog- was passed eight to ten years within eyesight of police, and debts.
this sleeping sickness In horses nize the major plants that are ago. nothing being done and school
number the shelf and forgotten. Unless thecommittee's ; Around these lakes, there are
prob-
with the one
cope Occasionally, a vaccinated poisonous, call our office we I am glad to see the letter children being beaten when all old, beat-up Camp Bland-
lem, the committee recommended that recommendations are horse might show some minor have a bulletin that gives a stated that I live in the city of this could have been stopped ing many structures do-it-yourself
,
the County Commission should providefor translated Into fact, the benefit of all symptom of the disease such description of each one. It will limits. I have lived Inside the before It started. or the shacks, quonset huts,etc.which

a countywide refuse system and the expenditure of time, money, and as going off feed for a day, also tell you many more details city; since 1959 except when my police department charging for have provided vacation places

establish rural pick-up routes with community effort will be lost. a slight colic or diarrhea, as on how the plants can affect home burned and I was forced protection of school children. for many families to enjoy sun-
be listless for a short period. your animals. Just call to find a place for my family Never In the history of Starke shine, fresh air and healthy
garbage collected from county-fur- But for Bulletin #510 Plants to live. We purchased a homea has this
they recover in just a That sort of thing happened exercise swimming.
of the have been placedin
Copies report
containers.In few hundred yards outsidethe
nished Poison Farm
few hours. They should build Animals. before. It would be wonderful to have
the hands of each County Commis- city; and I hardly thinkI Undoubtedly, the commonsense "Thine Alabaster cities gleam

regard to the second priority sioner and every City Councilman in will be condemned for putting and training we used In undimmed by human tears" as

problem, the committee recommended the County. We hope that it will receive my family first and fore 1961-67 was very effective. It says in the song, "America
the careful study and the eventual It's woman's most. You stated that our Chief received the Beautiful". That Is a great
that the City of Lawtey should ti.: a By Martha Sue McCain When I made the decision an associate degree In
dream and all
Americans would
establish an adequate water supply implementation that it deserves. -..;,nnIrrflffrmn County Extension to run for Chief of Police, we Criminology on his own time. like to see It come true. But

'j\/udU' Home Economics Agent put our home up for sale, and Checking closely, you will find realistically, the poor and the
when it was sold we moved back
( that not only does he NOT have elderly have to do what they
Into the city.: ; We resided outside
one-half of the required hours can with what they've got
the city for a short pertled toward this degree, but also What would be wrong with

of time, that he was paid by the V.A. nice mobile homes on these
I To Vote Mrs. Nelson then asked if approximately $243 a month. lots with plants, shrubs and
Register PEANUTSWhen this candidate paid his fair
be permitted to freeze since He has now dropped the course. well-kept grounds? "Ther\ '
: >
someone calls and asks share of taxes as the rest of
this darkening of the
causes a You sound Mrs. Nelson
for Information for preserving as no place like home" even tho'
kernel, gives undesirable, off you. resent run- it Is mobile
though you anyone a one.
something like peanuts or It Interest her to know
Members of the Starke Clvitan Club All persons 18 years of age and who maybe fixing dilled okra, teems flavor,slimy causes and seed-coat makes shelling to become that may my parents, the former ning against your candidate.It Sincerely yours,
all citizens to are otherwise qualified I want to fix is your business and privi- Joe Kerrigan
are urging qualified reg- may registerand always some myself difficult.. Susie Strickland and Frank
ister and vote in all elections to be vote In all elections. even if It Is just a few Rosser, were born In Stajrke, of lege to support the candidate
cans or a small pot of boiled as I was, and they also were your choosing.
held this fall and next spring. CANNING GREEN
I resent the fact that in your NOTICE TO A
peanuts. But I take It some in business here about 40
PEANUTS IN SHELL years
CIvltans believe that exercising the letter you made false statements "CONCERNED CITIZEN"The
of do have and
you peanuts ago, paying taxes and helping
The Starke City Election will be heldon right to vote is a responsibility of want to fix them to keep for for Prepare boiling brine for Immediate the same use.as to pioneer this city.; This was and personally attacked Telegraph received
ano-
September 14. In order to vote in citizenship that should be exercised by awhile. Any variety; of peanutscan Pack cleaned peanuts into No. before Mrs Nelson ever thought me.The should not be ther letter this week signed
public
the city, electors must register at the all who are qualified.So be used for boiling or 3 cans or quart glass jars to of moving here. So you see, brainwashed with the "con- "Concerned Citizen" but this

city hall, and for county, state, and canning. due Some to are size more desirable within one-half Inch of top we didn't Just migrate here. cerned citizen" part but should one cannot be published because

national elections, registration is doneat if you have not registered already easier. making using equal weights of peanuts be Informed that you were oncea the writer failed to sign his or
shelling and hot brine ((212 degrees). As to YOUR fair share of
the courthouse. be sure to do so, and if you Fresh peanuts can be boiledor co-worker with your candi- her name
know of someone who has reachedthe canned in the shell or Partially submerge containersIn taxes, Mrs. Nelson, the county; date's wife, and have been a It Is the practice of newspa-
upright position In boiling and city; property tax records personal friend of his familyfor pers not to print letters signed
age of 18, who is not registered shelled before canning. The Seal show that last
water for ten minutes. year you paida many years.I anonymously unless the writer
Registration books are open in the please urge them to do so. ied quantity to suit of individual salt may be var- while hot and process 45 minutes total of $33.25 In taxes. am sure that, the citizens of the letter is known to the
prefer-
city clerk's office from 8:30 a.m. to ance. The procedure for boll- at ten pounds steam pres- The total county; and city property of Starke have not and will paper. Names will be withheld,

5 p.m. on week days, and during the Voting is democracy at work, and ing unshelled peanuts for immediate sure (240 degrees). almost taxes six I paid was 197.28 not be fooled by this type; of if requested, but the letter must

same hours at the courthouse. City the proper functioning of democracy use is very similarto times more than politics. be signed with the real name
STORAGE AND CARE This should
you. answer your I do with that the of the writer,, of the letter
books will be closed on. August 28 is dependent upon the exercise of vot- that for boiling vegetables OF BOILED PEANUTS question. agree you
citizens of Starke should take which came In a canary yel-
until after the election. ting rights by every eligible citizen. and nuts the shelled steps or in unshelled canning pea-are Boiled peanuts will keep In I am glad to see you are all these matters into consideration low envelope, will drop by and

similar to those in canning the refrigerator several days concerned about our tax dol- when they cast their sign his or her name to It, we
vegetables. The reasons for when stored In covered con- lar and utility; bill, but your votes at the polls. will be glad to print It In its
tainer. They can frozen when personal friendship with your A concerned candidate entirety.
boiling or canning peanuts In
packed In moisture vapor-proof candidate has
undoubtedly
the shell are "green" kept William (Bill) Rosser
peanuts containers. But do sample these you from checking his budget
The Bradford are difficult to shell; a more occasionally: as you know laity; for the past two years You
County and
...-- pleasing distinctive flavor foods can develop some bitterness would find it will be overspent MOBILE HOME Living ExampleFor

TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED der results texture; and Is a obtained.desirable, ten- In freezer storage. 57 $50,000. You and every citizen RIGHTS QUESTIONEDDear Safe DrivingJack
-- : in Starke should be con-
1879 --:-::: Boiling peanuts for Immediate c.rened. Gene: Burnett a quadriplegic -

use: Wash peanuts and You (paralyzed from the neck
stated that education and The report In The Telegraph,
rinse In clear water. Place training make July 29 down and confined to a wheJ-
a good police "Bedford Zoning Re-
r.. 1iW. F with peanuts mild In brine a boiler made and by cover dissolving My Neighbors department. I admit that this clearly Denied," does by chair), presents safety pro-
M.MaaaFLORI does help along with good com what is meant Rl- grams before high school
10 of
ounces salt Q
I Bad my delight la thy ) mon sense, of course. A, 2R-C, BR and BM and RIB assemblies sponsored by the
gallon of water. Cover
cup per -
A ESsASSO We had an Auxiliary Police Open Rural
cO..cI..nIL etc. These Initials
(Plal"l the vessel. and boll for 45 American Insurance Associa-
11"7) Department, consisting of 22 do not tell the public the whole
TON minutes or until kernels are men. starting in 1961. We also story. I think that the Zoo- tion.He
Divine
order in mind, body tender. Pour off water and v had police training conducted ing Board should these received his injuries ina

and affairs means freedom allow peanuts to drain they by Bill Shiner former Civil terms In full and have. a map 1962 automobile accident
from negative thinking. It are ready to be used immed- Defense Director, and my drawn of Bradford County; defining just three weeks ,before his
means that -our minds iately or may be held In refrigerator self. Police
are schooling Is man- areas affected.: high school graduation.Some .
tSEQ.-. we for as long as five. datory today. and back then I have received phone calls 11,000 students in,
B. L. MATTiaCWS. 1Glt.aPabMee days.

W.blkbel ..... TkofMay ... ....*. aa leeeaA I .B"w of aU life,we all allow light and Freshly washed harvested, cleanedand was My not.police officers attended from ially senior concerned citizens people, as, to espec what southwest Kentucky and Ohio southeast, northern Indiana -

tis.e Matter at tk* PMt OflOee at ......, FlerMa all food to come to us. Let raw peanuts may school on their own time, withno their right are In respect to have
us be held under common refrigeration schools seen Mr.
.taa/.e Act ef Marsh to* ..... eeept tile Idea that Cod to for pay. Today some receive zoning ordln flcea.:
as long as 5 days Burnett narrate a colorslide
....1 */Iha" trace areai 1 year $... Oald/e I working'In sad through u.and They should not be allowed to 1:: M.-1 V.A.considered pay.I our former Police Inve.teclin Some of then people have presentation simulating the
that H1. property around the
w. ahrMt lgun rJ. i. being become dry as this themto )
,J il .tab- causes Department one of the best small "lakes and other places drag race that led to his personal -,
killed f'n .
our Uv... be tough. They should not .oaped It up.T ever. We did not have the tre In our County; and have been tragedy.J .

Pcp 10 Telegraph August 12. 1971

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Army Assigns New Recruiter To This Area 6' r Take It Easier

Prison Aide NEWS ABOUT On Vacation and
Resigns the Buddy Plan keeps friends together -
." Haw More FunA
The new Army Representative
SERVICE MEN
has extensive overseas vacation trip should be
service, serving with the 15th: enjoyed like a breath of fresh
Armor list Cavalry Dlvlstion r" r air and not Is
rushed. the advice -
Blasts State Officers along the DMZ in Korea, the given to motorists by the
SGT. C.E. TESTON
Nth Armored Cavalry on the RECEIVES CITATIONU.S. Florida Highway Patrol.
EastWest German borderas "Drivers should be
aware
a border patrol leader, and Air Force Tech. Sgt. that
a more leisurely while
pace
RAIFORD With a fiery wright supposedly as a result ly have been derelict in their with the Military Assistance Charles E. Teston, formerlyof driving to their vacation spots
blast at the governor office of an alleged charge of excessive support; of the employes of the ed."Only thoM persons who Common In Vietnam. lie has Lawtey has Airlift been Command presented means the trip will be safer
and at State Corrections: force used to restore order Institution and have been earned the Bronze Star Medal, a Military and more enjoyable along tile
laid their lives the line In MAC
( ) safe award
on flying at
Army Commendation, and other
Director Louie Wainwright during the riot in the east chiefly Instrumental In com- way," says the HIP.Kecords .
the carrying out their responsibilities awards and has served at numerous Hamilton AI-'U. California In
Asst. Supt. Robert Turner (maximum security) Unit on pletely destroying em- show that speedingwas
quit his post at the state prison Feb. IS, 1971. This suspensionwas ploye morale of the institu can truly appreciate the '1.', I statewide posts Including recognition of his 5.000) hours listed as the leading con-
here. handed to me without a tion." .J.. a tour of duty as an Army of accident-free flylru. tributing of
cause 86,847 accidents -
dangers that were inherent In If' N.C. Sgt. Teston was recognizedfor
Recruiter in Rocky Mount
to
hearing and was prior any THE DUVAL COUNTY In Florida last
"
"Quite frankly I fear for the this riot and in my judgment Glenn will be glad to discuss his outstanding skill and year.
of the matters Sgt.
Investigation
which heard evi- Vacationers should not
:
grand jury plan
safety of the officers and inmates only such force was used as 1 J Army opportunities for alertness and adherence to
involved In the riot other thana dence develeped by the office present trips that are jam-packed with
under the situation was necessary to restore order sound flying practices. He Is
current and
with
review of the young men women
supposed of State Atty. Ed Austin of In the priMn. Moreover, it radio technicianwith deadline schedules. Such a hec-
that exists he said a operations
events by the governor press Jacksonville on orders of the appears to me that the fact Sgt. 1st Class Wayne F. Glenn desiring Information concern- tic tempo will cause fatigue
Tuesday. "The of a unit of the Aerospace
appointment Modern Volunteer
Don Pride, and ing the Army.In
secretary Mr. made ref- has been named the and which
governor pointed that prisoners, not the prison as new Army anxiety ',could Incite
inmate Service
councils and and Recovery a ma-
concessions administrative addition to tile local hourshe
of his assistants .
one command decisions."We Representative for drivers to
Bradford exceed safe
to a
erence personnel caused this riot speed,
to the demands of the jor component of MAC, and
also be contacted at the
McMillan.
Mr. Hugh may
recommend the jury has been overlooked to a County and surrounding area. according to the Patrol Com-
Inmates 18
Is dubious to has completed months combat
a way Macclenny post office on Mon-
declared, "that the perfor- He will visit Starke each Tues- mander.
solve the Institutional problems "For some unknown reason large degree. from 12 noon to 1 or duty In Vietnam.
days p.m.
the officials In position at 9 30
day and be "Hurry
mance by : a.m. keeps from
may you see-
." continued,
Turner "my Teston Is 1953
who here after Sgt. a grad-
Bugger him
came by calling collect at Jack-
of ultimate authority during contacted at the local Selective Ing tilings of Interest as well
ordered
suspension was even the of Bradford High School.
riots declined to com sonville 791-2772. uate
Incident
the athletic field Service Board the Starke as Take
TURNER WHO was one of though Mr. Wainwright In his In the ment on Turners departure, or Ills wife Beverly Is the daugh- spotting danger. frequent -
of force
10 prison officials and guards report of March 29, 1971. to and the show but he said the resignationwill post office. ter of Mrs. Eleanor I'hulps of rest stops which will
suspended following the Feb. the secretary of the Department east unit of the prison be re- be accepted. "We will Sgt. Glenn replaces SSG Holt SERVICE MEN- Sacramento, Calif. decrease the chance of your
12-17 prison disturbances in of Health and Rehabilitative evaluated and that appropriateaction make it known throughout the who has been reassigned. having an accident" the I"HP
which more than 70 persons Services did not recommend be taken to assure that division that we have a position "Military service does not Navy Airman Eric P. John- Navy Seaman Apprentice Clarence advises.
such Individuals with a clear sense have to be a drag -- providinga Williams Jr., son of Mr.
submitted his suspension.
were Injured any open for assistant super- son, son of Mr. and Mrs. L.
letter of resignation to Supt.L. He added that he resents "the of direction and with com intendent II and we will ac- young man or woman uses A. Johnson of Ralford gradu- and !Mrs. Clarence Williams *
E. Dngger. fact that I was not given an mand capability fill these responsible cept applications from here one of the many service schoolsor ated from recuit training at of 915 Crosby St., Starke grad- Abuut the worst t kind of lu
His action comes on the opportunity of discussing the and demanding posi- and other institutions in the vocational!training programsto the Naval Training Center, Orlando uated from recruit training at summer d.iv is one that lulls
heels of a presentment in riot situation with any of the tions. division..' their advantages"Sgt.Glenn I'la. the Naval Training Center, Or- 2 degrees short of an .ill' -time
which Duval grand officials of the state that The athletic field was where Reprinted From said. 'Guaranteed training lie Is a 1970 graduate of lando. record thus piocdicmu/ the
a County
charged that caused my suspension prior to prison guards opened fire Florida Times-Union travel and overseas assign- Gainesville High He Is a 1969 graduate of discomfort without the prestige -
jury recently a
"bankruptcy of leadership" being summarily notified by with shotguns, wounding a Aug. 11, 1971 ments are now avallalbe, and Bradford High School.
of those injured dur-
the director. majority
prevailed period at the of prison the duringthe distur ACCORDING TO Turner, ing the week of disturbances. TI ,..- .....

ever bances.did against The not grand return either jury indictments prison how although to learn In the the Febrary disturbances specifics he has of the yet occurred Prison storming the officials a prisoners fence maintainedthat but were the Join The Carrier Comfort Parade4flAj

officials or Inmates. allegations. "At this point I grand jury declared: t i
know not of my accusers nor
"This grand jury has con- :
Declaring In his letter that the facts upon which they
he has repeatedly tried without claim to rely," he said. "I do cluded that the firing Into the
success to learn the specifics know that under the directionand
crowd of inmates with shotguns ,
of the charges for whichhe the of my immediate -
was suspended, Turner presence supervisors, I took loaded primarily with[ j
said that although he is leaving steps during the riot to restore birdshot was not provoked by j t
the the case Is not
prison order and prevent the any significant overt act of '((1t
closed "I Intend to pursue potential disastrous resultsthat
through all legal channels the the Inmates."
could have followed.
unwarranted suspension that The immediate supervisorson THE SHOW of force occurred t
was directed at me because ; NJi
of the principle involved"AS der,hand prison were superintendent Don Hassfur-at the Feb.maximum 18 in eight security wingsof ; t

HE SEES IT the principle [- unit, where the grand jury
the time, and Wainwright.
to
the a
includes right
hearing. And he directs his[ Hassfurder left his post short- said excessive force was
fire squarely at the office of ly thereafter for "reasons of used.
t tt
Gov. Reubin Askew who ordered health." Turner noted that at least
I
the suspensions. "It Is my feeling" Turner six investigative bodies have
declared, "that the director of assessed the disturbances."All \ -
'It Is my personal Judg- the division and the superintendent of these bodies have had

ment," he said, "that my the time of, this have institution consistently at months to discuss and second t tt

effectiveness as assistant superintendent hedged on taking or sharingthe guess the actions while the officers
has been seriously
responsibility for the ac-
and staff had secondsor
impaired by the completely tions taken during the riotous
unwarranted suspension givento conditions that existed from minutes to make their decisions t
me by Director Wain Feb. 12 to 17 and consequent.. at the time" he add- t


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EXPERIENCED MAN TO t t Total Central Heating And Air Conditioning 6 6t


TIlE OFFICE INCLUDES UP TO 7 OUTLETS 1 RETURN 80,000 BTU '

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Chief I am of earnestly Police. soliciting your vote & support in my bid (for election as your t As Little As u.- 695BBk t


During the 6 years I served at your Chief 1961-1967 I (f..11! I served you capably -

and In an impartial, (fair and honest manner. I catered to no group or action

and night.my department kept our city clean and you and yaur'fully protected day & t. t


I would like to call your attention to the (fact that the Police budget will be

OVERSPENT by approximately $50,000,00 In the past 2 years, this does not t '

include 6277.13 overtime or riot pay. ATTENTION f If


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VOTE for( & elect a man that is concerned about his city. I

VOTE for & elect a man who will protect your business. : MOBILE _
PA!
VOTE for and elect a man who will find a workable solutionto

shopper parking through corporation & not tickets.

VOTE for & elect a man \who will live within the appropriated>

budget with no reckless spending.

VOTE for & elect a man that will protect your school child- HOME OWNERS __ f

ren, regardless of race, creed or color and will not let .

politics stand in the way of this protection. This protection

the school board will not be billed for.

VOTE for & elect a man that has proven he can keep peacein

our city through sound, effective efficient Police work. t
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Qualifications: ingToYourPresentSyslemForCALL 725

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Served as your chief for 6 years 1961 1967. As Little As -- ---____- -

Many years business experience.

Local man understanding local problems.
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Now? h The Time To Restore Peace A nd ProtectionTo US TODAY 964-7701

Our City For The Benefit Of All Cituens. I II


Your vet & support orf Sept 7 will .e greatly appro*.

be elated.greatly The appreciated.vet & support Thank of You all new voters 18.20 will Slade Gas And Appliances


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WILLIAM (BILL) ROSSER 332 W. Hidison Street Starke, Florida_

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weather and heat are the spring and) continue to late Nitlonil' Allocution of MinufKturtrt bring on extremely high temperatures Brimstone Club (Mason); Sha- Alice! Wuorlo)' Walter Was A Lupin (Farjeon); Ruthle (Simon The Happy Dolphins (Carter);
contributing factor for the decline In the fall.Chinch How IM Hi/lit', bulb life <*.. and high humidity. dow Of A Lion ((Edwards); Fak- Frog (Massie); Of The ); Rlbsy (Cteary); Bola And It's America For Me (Martin),
of St. Augustine grass. bugs may be found In terminrd This Is ideal for plant growth ing It Or The Wrong llungar- Ghost Bell (Abbot; Sarah The Oba's Drummers (Schatz); Antelopes Were)
These two factor also set optimum other grasses such as bahia., The filament Inside the according to the Florida Nur- Inn (Green)): Laurence (Decoln); Somebody (Slobodkln)' Sabrina Wolf Him Houston); Louie's
conditions for chinch centipede and even In carpe bulb will last Just MO Ionic serymen and Growers Association. Night Fall (Aiken); Flowers (Alexander); Under The Green Lot (Hlldlck); Ellen Grace JUVENILE! REFERENCE
but as far as entomologists One of the plants that ) The Key (Cleaver) Good Luck To The Compton's Encyclopedia;
bug Invasion of your lawn according grass it burns out. "Average For A Dead Witch (Butterr Willow (Coatsworth ; ; ,
to th4 Florida Nurserymen have been able to deter. then listed really produces growth If properly worth); The Tamarind Seed (Helde); The Case Of The Ticklish Rider (Phlpson); Mustang On Compton's Young Children's
and Grower Association mine. damage1 Is slight or none laboratory life" us on cared for Is the 'potnsettla. (Stephens); On Instructions Of Tooth (Corbett);. Look The Prairie (Eberle); Friends Pre cyclopedia.'EW ,r. ':
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one-half with a of the lack of grass covering in may expect to get from the In a week's time. You will Chote Breaks An Egg ban; Flight To The Lonesome The Hears (Itongen); Sour Land 1812 Overture;
Ttie adult has white wings The / the surrounding area. bulb before it burns out. The need to watch for polnsetta (Keating); Their Man In The Place (Key)' Bravo, BurrtT'an-{" (Armstrong); Let 'i'he Balloon Proudly They Came;Sweet Baby
grayish-black: body. young There is an Insect that resembles figure will be un average, worms when the growth is tender White House (Ardles); Ruby Red te); The I Haunted, Churchbell Go Southalt); The :New> Ten- James; After The Gold Rush;
generation range In color from a chinch bug and Is About the Insides (MacPherson) The Fiddler 12 Dreams Of Dr. Sar-
bused on certain approved and succulent. (Fox)>;; The Trial Of Martin (Byfleld); 32 Feet Of ants ; Spirit
bright red with a white band across called the false chinch bug. It tests. only control for poinsettia horn- Ross (Kern)):; Cape (Cal- (Solbert); Feldman Fleldmouse.A Of High Lonesome (Tur- donlcus; Tea For The Tiller-
their bach to a dull Is about twice as large so do laboratory worm is to handpick. Don't din); The baThe The Cowboys Fable (Benchley)' Star Island kle) ); The Timid Ghost (Bren- man; America Dances.
brownish-gray. In the heat of not confuse this one with the Snmr lif/lit bulb nrt/ labeled forget that In two or three Quit (Kelton)): Fig Tree .John Boy (Inch); the Silver ner); Dead End School (Coles). '::1
the summer chinch bugs reproduce real thing. "IMlfI/-Uf"/ ." hint does that weeks it will be time to pinch (Corle)>; All i :Mno (Said; ); The .
rapidly .ggs laid by back poinsettias for the ( A- -- -------- ----- -- -- -
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the female will hatch In 10 to I 1-:: It's a woman's Those bulbs are meant tolaat final and last time. nother Little Death (Turner); ')I
12 days and the ,cycle begins Late showers leach
summer Goodnight, Prof. Dear (Townsend I
again. .,: longer than "standard"bulbs. the fertilizer from lawns and )' The Onion Eaters: (Don- I II I ,
Chinch bugs have sucking ![}[{ff@JtHc.molidilllt Thero'A really no definition shrubs. Although this Is not the lea vv): 1 he Adventures Of Private I :
mouth carts. They Insert the for the term "long life"but time to fertilize you may need Faust (Hint); Lighter I
long slender mouth pert Into longer life means less to add a little bit to keep the Than A Feather Westhelmer); I II I '

the grass and withdraw the mi old home i ix light for bulbs with the /same plants from starving I'NGA The Guilt Of August Fielding DID YOU KNOW?
Juices. This causes the blades ii )pruifct to (.Miter into with wattage. Here's why: A bulb suggests you use at least a (Tucker); The Shadow Of The i
of cocoa-brown the St. Augustine color and to assumea to become (tuition if you want tiicmorm1xMth hut just /xo much light life in 60%. organic fertilizer If there Lynx (OUbbert); Last Post ForA i
are many heavy showers the Partisan (ERleton) The I.ato Ii
it and That's because ;
no more.
crisp much like i..y. The trick is to pro-'
very organic fertilizer will not be Bill Smith (Carve); Sleep And I
straw. There are several con- teed. slowly, hone up on "remodeling the filament eventually leached out but released slowly Ills Brother (Dickinson); The I II
trols on the market (or chinch choose1 II contractor t I burns out after a certain for feeding your plants. Three Day Alliance (Simpson); '
bug eradication. They are Trl- carefully, insist on 'I juality, amount of use "Long life" Mole crickets are always a Photographs Have Keen I'Sent : IT IS UNLAWFUL I II
thion Ulazlnon, Aspon and a mill/ chock all work us it "a'ogre'ssts. filaments are heavier than problem. They continue to To Your Wife (Loraine); Princess I I II
few combinations of other Th11HI"'I' mori1 those for standard bulbs so thrive and kill off the grass (Carter); The Angelica I
materials. These materials apt' ,to ho house-proud:, when they last longer. But by their when not controlled. Several (Dlkeman); The Bell.Jar((1'lath); II
should be applied to the lawn the ""I'k is finished.' nature, they won't give as materials are effective In keep The Heirs Uf 'I'ho Kingdom I For Any Person Or Persons To Engage In Business Under A Fictitious. -
in liquid form. Of course.water much light. ing down mole crickets. Two (Oldenbourg),
should be mixed with the con- Actually t there arc( many of the best are chlordane and I
centrated material and each (fond IIMIIII' for, remodeling Air' any; bulbs available that kepone. Both of these are a- ADULT NON-FICTION; :; Name Unless The Name Is Registered I II
500 square feet should have at an older! house. It often haysturdy will give boll, briijhtnem and vailable in bait or spray form. Living Underwater (Qlussaln); I I
least 15 to 20 gallons of water liasi rnn't'uttion" onuhich In mi lifer Chrysanthemums are producing 4 Days 40 Hours (Poor); What I
applied with the material. This to, mo'lrrni/.c, anrl 1 the If you want a "long life" extensive growth and To Do With Your Had Car I II
amount will carry the material value of t the |>ropertwill. lie bulb that will give you the soon short days will initiate (Nader)>; Welcome To Our Con- Read SturiJa J..aw. II
down Into the thatch where the "enhanced. fl'" also lot expi'iishe (brightness: : of a "normal" 75- their buds. If the leaves on glomerate-You're Fired! (liar- Jlti3 + I
chinch bugs live. All of the to riuild addition your plants are brownish and mash); The Frying Pan (Parker -
chemicals are residual and an watt bulb try a "long life"bulb falling off then you have failed ) The American South (B1I- I II
may last up to 60 days. In the or" make improvements" than of the next highest wattuKc to spray properly. This condition llngton; ); The Adventures Of Ulysses I
whereSt. to build anew' house Anil, -In this example, a 100 Is caused fungus and To I II
southern part of the state by (Leasing); (How Do I "It shall be unlawful for any person or person as defined herein. to engage",
Augustine Is widely planted .vou, can stuy in xoiir" own watt bulb. You'll get at least if you begin now using zlneb Almost Everything (Rachar- i iI
the chinch bug Is a proverbial familiar,t nei hliorliood. without the output lumens of a"stand- or Dlthane M-45 you can control ach); Frank Capra: The !Name: I in business as herein, defined, under a fictitious, name as harem, defined, with
problem throughout the year. disrupting' the entire" arll" 75-watt bulb and long fungus. Fertilize with a Above The Title (Capra); Colonial I II
and unless said f fictitious shall be registered with the clerk of the
out name
In
Sprayings must begin early Cam ih.'. life, too good all-organic fertilizer. America: A Compact History I
__ Now Is a good time to consider (Keller) Teaching Young I II
which
-- u --- --- ; circuit court' of 'the county where the principal' piece of business is,
r-------------------------- what bulbs you want to Children To Swim And IJlveNewmant' I
plant for fall. Easter lilies ( ; Civilization (Clark); registration shall consist of filing, with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit' signed, II I Iby
will soon be available in the ako You Places (Pa- I
garden Supply stores and nur radls); The Aga Khans (Frls- I all Interested' persons, stating under oath the name of all those ,interested I

r series. If you have amaryllls chauer); Tarantula (Jy1anre); in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest' of each and the fictitious" I I
I that need transplanting do it You Safe From Burglars i
Till Debt soon. The flower buds are already (Barnes); Creative Gold And name under which said business .is carried on., Said, registration" may not be I
r Initiated within the bulb Sllversmlthlng (Choate)j: Quilts I
and you can move these bulbs & Coverlets (Laury); Working murde until 'the person or persons desiring> to engage, in business "rldr.I, / I iI

without any problem. Mother (Callahan); So 'You Want fictitious, name shall !rVv' advertised'' hit" or their, intention, to register; said iI I
Gardenias and azaleas prefer To Buy A Motorboat (Griffin);
a heavy mulch to keep their Rose (Cameron); The Consent I fictitious' name at loovWiikira week for lour ((4)) consecutive, weeks in s6rne' I
Do Us Part. roots cool according to the Of The Governed And OUter
i I Ir using FNCA pine Replenish straw cypress this mulch bark, Deceits (Krock); I newspaper as defines by law ,in the county where said, ,registration is t
made, and said registration' sh-,11 no'' bo accepted' by the clerk of the circuitCourt
or other materials. ADULT REITWACK" : : : I
The Complete Book Of Flower I receiving proof 01< such publicationIf '
except
upon
Vii tor''s! Tall lIIa t\r\ hums\ ni.klin'1m.uhinc I Spraying flowers shrubs Preservation (Condon); The I

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\ : su'c: your mam.iiii'\: f BCUIUSC, it will 1 Insects nematodes. etc.. are Drugs (Burack); The Book The Of i You Are Engaged In Business Under Any Name Other Than!
I all common uses of pesticides Festivals And Holidays iI
S.H'C you money\ the 'lumber oncproMcmin I around the home grounds. Pesticides World Over (Ickls); Dictionary I
I ".o many nnrniies.It ; ; I used Improperly can be of Antlnques (Savage); Web- Your Own, And Have Not Had This Name Properly Advertised I II II
harmful to human beings, pals ster's Guido To American History I
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I kt.UKl.irJ-. UnttlectrturtitSlcd. ;\ \ 1 Tn tlW! rThke'.t"' I Children lead the list of victims JCVKMLE:: IICIIOM As To What You Should Do. r I II
of pesticides poisoning "D" Is 1 For Hover (Klein); I
:jippli.itue (colorAvuc.iJp( H.irvc'-t, ; Gcikl or I mainly because adults use these Let's Find Out About !Names l I II
I \litlstt sthtI BIll,'. Eleitrii' models ;.is little .is chemicals indiscriminately and (Pitt; Turtle Pond (Freschet); I
':'NJ.');, li.iiul-opcr.ttkv' from I S 1 precautions All of us, the How Droofus The Dragon Lost I
A T'lllym.istcr: \ present for the family; at users must see to It that accidents Ills Head (Poet): The luck Of i
I (Christmas could! Jjo ;a i lonu\! way towardassume. I with pesticides do not Harry Weaver OVIIlIard); Tho I BRADFORD I II
I peaceful( Now Year. occur. We are responsible for Elephant's Child (Kipling/ ); The\ C0J '
; !; a 1 safe use of pesticides and all Long Blond Wig (Nays); The I II II
1 At ii ,stationery ;atul leading t Jepattmentstores : I of us should follow these simple Sleepers (Curry); Tho Pit I
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Corporation: Chicaui) III., ()061) $. I Read the pesticide label. ReadIt I ettgrap1I I
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and follow ALL
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label
Read the every
for his shortstop -
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I, personal adding I pesticide Is who not only ha* quick I
such
as
I aware of cautions hand but meet the ball well
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I and blow S major league !
ren." If the label says to wear bubble
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I e l..i,. J. I obtain these or better yet look
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for a less poisonous chemical.

I : .f I j > I. Use the proper pesticide at the B "MAMMOTH Mid-Summer !

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proper time and at the recom-
I ', mended rate to control a specific i

';< /, \ I ; .J.J.I accurately pest. Measure because the chemical minute rioi: ; %: !) l. :I-J

I quantities will usually controlthe .
+ ) II pest.The recommended rate WE WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO THANK YOU OUR CUSTOMERS FOR MAKING
I 4 / II Is all you need so look don't !L YJ J LAST MONTH OUR GREATEST IN HISTORY WITH OVER $71.000 WORTH OF BUSINESS.QUILTED .
think that twice as much pesti-
1 cide will do a better Job. Thisis I
how accidents occur. WorkIn
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I not spray when children are
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original containers and keep .1-
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day School 9:45: a.m.; Worship
services 11 a.m.; MY F Wednesday
8 P.rn.6:30 jwn.j; Prayer Meeting Y I I DINNERWAREPRICES I

Youth Week was quite'an e- Kr
vent. There was a good attendance -
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every dav and th*
children took a great Interest
and had a ;good time. The program -
on Thursday evening was D
enjoyed by >parent> and friends. 1)
The children did their parU
, well. Following this refreshments -
were served In the hos-
pitality room and every one
, visited the class rooms where
, the handiwork of the classes BEEF PEOQ'E
y; was displayed and were taken
home by the respective makers 1
at the close of the evening.
" GOOD THURS. AUG. 12 WED. AUG. 18
Church of God: Sunday School
10 a.m., Worship services 11
a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Familynight OPEN
Wednesday 7:30: p.m.

" Highland Baptist: Sunday c
School 9:45: a.m., Worship ser-
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICECHUCK
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30: ,
p.m., followed by choir prac-

tice.Rev.. Raymond Caudill and a J ROAST5
group of the members are attending o s.. ,k.. "
a Bible Conference Inv
all
Myrtle BRIDAL Miss SHOWER this week. s :


I Miss Connie Eunice bride- .
elect, was honored with a '
shower on Thursday evening of SAVE
last week. Hostesses were Mrs.
italph Wise.Miss Beverly HolIlngs -
worth, Miss Margaret .
Austin, Miss Joyce Carter f
Dean W-D BRAND PURE((10 IBS. S3.47)) FRESH BOSTON BUTT
Miss Debbie Dyal and Mrs. r I
)Dennett, at the home of the
.alter. Several games were Ground Beef 5 ".. $299 Pork Roast la 49c
played and prizes awarded to .
the winners. After this, refreshments .
were served and SUNNYIAND TENDER SHANK HALF OR WHOLE USDA CHOICE W D BRAND BEEF

everyone ship. Thirty enjoyed guests the took fellow partIn Smoked Hams.,59C Pot Roast 69c

this very pleasant occasion. . .

PERSONALSMrs. FREEZER QUEEN All USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF ROLl BONELESS


Mr. and and latter. Ed children Mrs.Durban part William in of was Gainesvillethe the L.visiting week.Durban A I P Meat Dinners. SIZE, 99C Chuck Roast LB 99c


Miss Elizabeth Terry spent
Monday to Wednesday of last
week with Mrs. C.E. Strick- BLUE PLATE +...rr ,
land in Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin
INSI souKLEENEX
and other Maxville relatives
of MrR. J.I1. Eunice were visit
ing Mr. and Mrs.'Eunice dur- Mayonnaise

ing the week. _w Y"n g .nsvum
Mrs. Marian Mars and son urwrWww 10WE13
Jeff of Orlando. vUlted Mr. O"'N.um(. )
and Mrs. Owen Anders duringthe
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their weekend home hey after were visiting on Giant Tide. . 19 Box 01 59C Limit 1 Blue Plate or Deep South Mayonnaise with $7.500rmor. purchase
. way e
excluding cigarettes
relatives In Jacksonville. '
! Cora of Jack- ARROW
k11 Mrs. Hodges DEEP SOUTH
sonllle is spending a few days 1901.
with the Anders. Detergent . Box 39C MayonnaiseQUART r
Mr. and Mrs. H.E. SIkes of
West Palm Beach were visiting Limit I Tide or Arrow Detergent with $7.50 or more purchase A
Ms brother-in-law and sister excluding cigarettes.
\ James Rosier, All PURPOSE QUART
Mr. and Mrs. 34c
Thursday to Sunday. They were Astor Oil 1aAR" 68e EAR Ill
enrouto to their summer homeIn S
Asheville, N.C.
Mr. and< Mrs. t-mory: Eunice HUDSON
and children have returned from
a vacation trip. They went to Bath Tissue 7PKGL.18c;
see Six Flags Over Georgiaand JAR
visited points of interestin
Kentucky, Tennessee and SUPERBRAND(QUARTERS)

North Mr. Carolina.and Mrs. W.H. Green Margarine. 5 PKGS.IlB $100 ( GEORGIA RED RIPEQuantity

spent last week In the moun- gW opnaSt peaches .5 $ 100
Rights lBS
tains at Chattanooga, Tenn. .
DEl MONTE PINEApple-
Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Devore
David and Teresa, and Mrs. 16 STORES. JUMBO WESTERN
I Juice 3 o1. 88C WINN DIXIE INC
John Adklns spent a few daysin CANS COPYRIGHT, I 7IOCOMA :
Atlanta and Stone Mountain, /
3 $100Apple
Ga. last week. They visited Mr. Cantalopes 0'
THRIFTY MAID PINE- .
Devore's brother and sister- MfAT
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Dave De- Juice 3 .. 78C' WASHINGTON STATE U.S, No. 1 BAKING
yore and other .relatives In CANS

Atlanta.Mrs. Joyce Futch of Bruns-. DINNERSCHICKEN o Potatoes. i 10 BAG 89c

wick, Ca. and Mrs. R.C. Fach- ASTOR ALL GRINDS .
tmann of Japan visited relativesin
SAVE 30c PAN REDI
Lawtey and Starke first part
of the week. SALISBURY 11A SO99s
Mr. and Mrs. J.D.Clark were TURKEY: Shrimp I>KG
visiting her mother Mrs.Perry COFFEE . .
Newsom In Starke on Sunday.
SAVE 56c FRENCH REG. OR CR CUT


Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes. ,, SAVE Fry Potatoes 4 v.Gs' $ JOO00

33
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Senator Saunders ___ BROODER in BRIEF--- --
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To Resume Regular
BY UNDA G. COX
i Community Visit ScheduleState BRIDAL SHOWER table Inviting to some 45 They have moved to the Brooker of Gainesville, along with their operators. Miss Charlene Melvin -
( FOR MISS MOXLEY ladles. Pink punch: was served area from Lake City. Mrs. grandchildren. Thomas and began her training on Mat,
Senator Bob Saundershas Miss Cindy Moxley bride- from a crystal bowl. The punch McLean (Carol) Is formerly Gina, from Ft Walton Beach, July 26, and Miss Valerie Bristol -
announced that he will elect of Cecil Wade Stalnaker.wa. bowl was encircled with greenery from Brooker. She Is the new visited Mr. and Mrs. Tommy began her training on Mom,
I resume his monthly visits to honored with a miscellaneous and pink carnations flanked beautician at Juanlta's Beauty Cox; Deena and Bradlee SUn- August 2. .
News the counties of his districtnow shower Tuesday evening by white tapers In sliver candle Salon. day afternoon. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Dyal enjoyed
that the regular legisla- Green and Cherieat a trip to the mountains.They .
Aug. 3, at the New River Baptist holders. Pastel colored Mrs. lies
Remember the sick In our
session has left Thursday July 29,
tive adjourned."I Church. The social: hall mints and mixed nuts were in the Cox household.
feel that It Is most Important community In your prayers: Harold Sorrells and and came back Sunday, AugustL
I Bjr Elizabeth. Ulveiw' WalterWWSSRKSfl ", was decorated beautifully using sliver compotes. Mrs. Johnnie Green, Robin Par- Mrs. their
of
to talk with as many They spent most
a pink and white motif. Hostesses for the evening daughter of Titusvllle spent a
rish, and Mrs. Emma Mott.
Individuals as possible and to The registration table was cov- Included Mrs. Ethel Douglas, couple of days with Mrs. Sor- time sight-seeing at Hendersomrllle -
listen to their reactions to ered with a white linen cloth.A Mrs. Yvonne Every Mrs. Jean PERSONALSMrs. rell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Cherokee N.C.
SON-HAMPTON afternoon of August 13. For many of the laws passed" dur- white carnation with tinted Parrish Mrs. Beverly Welch H.C. Douglas and children Lloyd Dyal, last week.
Mr. and Mr,. Albert Tyson information contact Brother ing the recent session Saun- pink edges In a crystal bud Mrs. Lucille: Green, Mrs. Lin- Debbie and Greg enjoyed Mrs. Mack Pressley and Becky -
Sr., of Starke announcethe Sam Tyson If you have any ders said. vase and the bride's book de- da Andrews Mrs. Jeanette several days. at Daytona Beach ; of Lake Butler were Sunday
engagement and approachIng questions at 964-8656. The Senator will be at the corated this table. The gift Hayes Mr..lharlotte: Hendry last week. Mrs. Douglas' mother night dinner guests of Mr. and WISH I'D SAID'fHA9'
marriage of their daughter courthouse in Starke at 2 p.m. table was covered with a white and Mrs. Kathryn Henry. Miss Mrs. Pansy Stricklandof Mrs. Tommy Cox and family.
Linda Yvonne to Bobby Louis Greater Bethel Freewill Baptist Monday Aug. 16. lace cloth. In the middle of Moxley received many lovely datneevllle, along with Mrs. Mrs. and Mrs.Charles Crews .
Hampton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Church Rev. Jasper Williams. "I urge anyone who wishesto all the gifts a white umbrella !- gifts. Among these was a set Douglas son and his family and sons of Jacksonville ate
Gary Hampton of Lawtey. Monday night Senior discuss any matter to meet trimmed in pink, was usedto of avocado green cookwaregiv Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Douglasand supper and spent the night with
Miss Tyson la a 1970 graduate Choir rehearsal.Tuesday night. with "me at this time and adorn the gifts. Pots of en to her by the hostesses. son of Starke, Joined in Mr. and Mrs. Allen Crews
of Bradford High School. Choir No. 2 and Ushers Board place he said. fern were used at other points the fun on Wednesday and Mark and Sarah. Monday night,
She Is now attending Santa Fe No. 3 will meet. Wednesday of Interest. The refreshment WELCOME Thursday.Mrs. Aug. 2. Mark left with his.
Junior College and employedby night Prayer Ladles Thurs- table was covered with a white On Saturday night Aug. 7, Louise Harrison and aunt uncle and cousins the People are certainly peculiar -
Holiday Inn of Starke. day night the Circle Morning service 11 a.m. Choir cutwork cloth. At one end a Cindy and Cecil were unitedIn sons of Clearwater were hereon next day to tour Six Gun Ter- They want the front of
Mr. Hampton Is a 1968 graduate will go to Brother Clarence Union asked 3 p.m.to please All membersare mixed arrangement of deep ulnk marriage at the New Rlv.rBaptl.t Wed. and Thurs., July 28- ritory at Silver Springs. Afterwards the bus, the back of the
Williams. Friday night both cooperateIn ,poppies gladllous and white Church. Congratulations he returned to Jacksonville -
of RJE High School. lie this activity 29 visiting her sister and bro- church and the middle of the
choirs and both Ushers boards Evening service bridal wreath enhanced the ta- and welcome to BrookerMr. with them for a visit.
Is now employed by the University 6 All ther-in-law Mr. and Mrs.L.L.Dyal. road.-Ray Savage Ther-
of Florida and Holiday will go to Ebenezer Baptist asked, p.m.to members are ble. While at the other end, and Mrs. Cecil Wade Stal- They also visited Mr. Two 1971 Graduates of BUS mopolis (Wyo.) Independent
please attend the
in the pretty pink Iced cake from Smoker have gone to
Inn of Starke. Church to participate church services for squareson naker. and Mrs. L.C. Kelley In Wal- Record.
Spiritual
The marriage will be an e- Choir and Ushers Board an- a sliver tray help to make Also welcome to Brooker work for Southern Bell Tel-
h vent of August 21 at 8 p.m. niversary. Saturday the Dea- food. Mr. and Mrs. David McLean. do.Mr.. and Mrs. Mell Vickery ephone Co. In Gainesville as
' at the home of the bride convess Board will sell in the
elect's parents No Invitationsare kitchen. Sunday Is regular pas-
being sent All relativesand toral Day. Sunday School at
I friends of,the couple are 9:30.: Morning service, 6 P.m.
Invited.A Visitors always welcome. IiTTD
reception will follow. ;
Ebenezer Baptist Church
SENIOR CITIZENSThe Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Bible ,.SAVE UP TO 517.
Senior Citizens met Class each Monday night. J -ss.. vw
Thursday August 5, In the Each Thursday night Prayer
Neighborhood Service Centerlf Meeting. The Choir and Ushers iii
Anniversary will 1 be held r ( {7 fs L Si Sf'
RJE Auditorium, from 1 to ;3 r '
p.m. There were 1 18 members Friday night August 13, at 8 F O iY. y,,..JJ

present, with Mr. Joe Kerri p.m. Choirs and Ushers from Sa V a: y: i f:r
gan, chairman of the Senior the various churches will be r er Y
Citizen Club presiding. It was present. Sunday School will begin -
announced from the previous servicesMorning Sunday at 9:45: s 1
meeting that the president has service at I1. Evening
plans for many helpful activities service 6 p.m. N E A G!.Fi -

for the group. lie reported
that Interest is growing In New Bethel Baptist Church, l.1..1/ 1 1
.
Rev. Leroy Davis Pastor. Vacation 4tit f
the club. All senior citizensare f r'Ir
r Bible School was held
invited to attend. '.IDAY a SA T U R DAY
Prizes were won by the following last week August 2-6 which
I persons: Mrs. Davis was very successful. The Pastor h'f I 7
r Mrs. Derby Thomas, Mr. and officers and members are 1I
Mrs. Ollermon.'The presidentis gratified to all whoh.lpedmake
desirous of more senior this activity a success.
I citizens participating in the activities. The annual Duel Day will be
The next meeting will celebrated Sunday August 22.
be held August 19 at 1 p.m. Sunday School will begin Duel I/
in the RJE auditorium. Day Worship at 9 a.m. MornIng jar. 2I 7
I at 11. Afternoon Y PLUS BACK TO SCHOOL
service at 3:30: which terminates -
SCHOOL NEWS Lad1es
The Pre-planning school bell services for the day. LI 4 : I
will ring In Bradford County ; Casual SAVINGS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
Monday August for the 1971- Captain for the activities are N
72 school tor mi.Teacher. will Amanda Chandler Julius Royal -

make ready In a two-week plan- Clara Ghent, Queen Esther \\T\\ Jackets
ning session for the children to Albert, and James Green.Every I NAT'UYADV. '...1.00

enter term.CHURCH August. 30 for a successful member cooperate Is with asked this activity to please to ATI.23 14L,: Eagle AM Radio .
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make !It t a success. \\\ Famous iJ '. With TaUptwn W
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NEWS Freedom Celebrity, Bras V j ." AmplifierLadies'
Thought for the week:
Pleasant Grove United Methodist
wants. T,.., ..
is what
everyone
Church. Church School
at /
10 a.m. each Sunday with Superintendent But to have !It there is a price ell our nor lorl-4' I ( ) '-.i i
I
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Leo Desue in a!
charge. Church service is held itrydoesn't come easy. Jesus r ear orurlnq rh. lat... loot'tip! styles. Popular r 1
each first and third Christ paid the greatest price u. PeIY,br ceROn ,5th ono 11..1.f '
Sundaysat labr : r :; (-
any one can pay for the soul S's Small Fm: f1D
3 P.m. Visitors always wel Medium a Larp.. I MODEL 1205rS
come.Rev.. J. Perkins pas- of man to be free. Won't you .rJa.F.1i
\ tor. come to him today and be
freed from the sin that binds
NOTICE I IMembers you? lie .Is our only hope. -
Rev. Leroy Davis. -
of Pleasant Grove
United Methodist are planninga
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general Cemetery cleaning Greater Allen Chapel AME "'-: \
J on Friday August 13. We are Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins -
r asking all members with interest Pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. l
in the Bob-Love Cem _
etery to please come out and
give a hand In beautifying the FLORIDATHEATRE jilL
land where their loved ones MODEL 10813 g.
rest. The cleaning will be all 2\1."
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--- ---------- Legals -- -- -------- ------ Work-at-HomePlan; *

Letul 1 to Loss of Time, Money
In The County Judge'* Court
of Bradford County Florida NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Bradford County, Florida, In That NOTICE
portion of S 1/2 of NE
RFCISTER: FICTITIOUS NAME the Courthouse In Starke F The number of misleading advertisements 3. What assurance do have to Invest
In re: Estate of., Myrtle C. lo 1/4 of NE 1/4 Sec. 26, Twp you you are required a
Priest, !Deceased;; Notice is hereby given that ride, within six calendar month 5S Kge 21 E which lies South George J. and Dildegard promising thousands Uiat you will actually receive sizeable sum of money for instructions -
the undersigned under the provisions from the date of the first pub- of St. Rd. 225 and West line Elchermuller have made Application of dollars to be earnedby promised commissions. or materials, watch
NOTICE OF' PROBATETo of Chapter 20,953 Law lication of this notice. Each of Church and July 28, 1971, to the work-at-home plans seemto 4. Will the company /give you out!" (the department warns.
All Person Interested of Florida Act of 1941, will claim or demand must be In line property we.tot Bradford County Zoning Board be on the Increase, accordIng names of former Investors?
In a
continuing south from
The Estate of Said Decendent register with the Clerk of the writing and must state the place west line of church to south for re-classlflcaUon of the property to the Division of Consumer If not, drop them. Consumers who have com
You are hereby notified thata Circuit Court. In and for Bradford of residence and post office line of NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 described below from Hifi Services of the Florida Department 5. Who will your customersbe plaints about this type scheme
written Instrument purpor) County, Florida,upon proof address of the claimant and This change In classification to UK and KM CMII Park of Agriculture. and how are you supposedto should contact Division of Consumer
ting to be the last;will and of publication of (tils notice of must be sworn to by the claim- is subject to a public hearing and Motel) line them up' Services, Florida Department
NEW Che public may read a newspaper *
testament of said''decedent has the fictitious name of ant, his agent or his attor- to be held on Tuesday, Aug. 31, That port of WI/4 of SI'.1/4 magazine advertise- of Agriculture and
been admitted to probate In ENGLANDER MOTEL In, under ney, or it will become void 1971 at 7:30: p.m. in the County of SE1/4 &, H/2 ot SNVliof ment telling or how to earn "If you are offered fantasy Consumer Services, The Cap.
I busi- moneyin
this court. You are hereby com- which am engaged according to law. Commission room of the Bradford SL1/4. Lying S of Gr Kd time at home If the tic profits for easy work, and itol, Tallahassee, Florida
at U.S. 301 North, Starke spare
manded within'six calendar ness Muriel Lee Kelly, a* Admin County Courthouse at which In Sec. 9, Tws. 6S Rge 22 ad Is answered, with tile 32304.
required -
Bradford Florida.
months from the date of the James County V. Porchlazzo, U.S. Bell istratrix of the Estate of Nora time all persons Interested I I': Except W 270' thereof. amount of money for Instructions .. . . ...,. ... ... . ..
first publication Sapp, deceased shall be Also: NI/2 of NFi/4 of NE.
of this notice heard for or againstthe the reader then
301 North Starke Ila.
to appear In this Elzie &. Sander 1/.' W of Kd 200 and !Nel4of
court and proposal..l as specified In learns that it will cost addition
James V. Porchiazxo, owner, -
show cause, If any' you can U.S. 301 North, Starke Fla. 138 West Call Street the /oning !code of Bradford NXVI/4 of NF1/.J of Sec. al money for materials. When Heintzelman Ford
Starke, Florida 32091 16 S
the 6
why action of this court In County. Twp. H& 22 East the finished work Is submit
2 Dated this 2nd day of August,
Attorney for Administratrix This
admitting said will to probate A.D. 1971 at Starke, Bradford change, in classification ted the victim may be Informed ..
should not stand unrevoked.s -John A. Torode. Chm. Is subject to a public hearIng that It Is not acceptable, or -
County, Florida. 8/5 4t 8/26
to bo held
Bradford on Tuesday
Aug.
8/5 8/26 County; the company may never be
4tp
/ A. Yawn I Zoning Board 31, 1971 at 7:30 p.m. In the heard from again. 1
County Judge County Commission room of -a
In The County Judge's court In the County Judge's Court 8/5 2t 8/12 the Bradford County: Courthouse reople sometimes Invest /
First Of Bradford County Florida: at which time all ,
publication on July 22. of Bradford County, FloridaIn persons interested sizeable sums of money In these .
1971 Estate of Myrtle G. shall be heard fur .
re or
In Probate SIn In The Circuit Court Of The work-at-home schemes, and ---.
George R. Pierce against the
Priest Deceased. proposal:
as specified
learn too late that the
P.O Drawer 1030 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Re: Estate of Geneva Ells Eighth Judicial Circuit In And in the Zoning role of pro-
Starke, Fla. 32001 All creditor of the estate worth Chab, Deceased. For Bradford County, Florida. Bradford( County: ducts may be of Inferior qua .1'
lity and often will
Attorney for Executrix of Myrtle G, Priest, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS Civil Action Case No. John 'lorodc.
7/22 t 8/12 are hereby notified and required All Creditors of the Estate DivisionIn Bradford (omity The prospective victim's attention .. t t.
to file any claims or of Geneva Ellsworth Chab, deceased Re: Marriage of Michael toning Hoard is usually drawn by
David Shaw Husband and Mo-
In The Circuit Court of Flor demands which they may have are hereby notified and advertisements offering a high
Shaw Wife.NOHCEOF.
Ida, Eighth Judicial Circuit, against said estate In the office required to file any claims or reen ACTION 8/12 2tp 8/19 return of profits and requiring -
in and for Bradford County, of the county Judge of demands which they may have To Moreen Shaw 6414 Der- only a few hours work. .
,
Bradford County, Florida, in against said estate in the Office -
of the of Bradford byshire Drive, Apt. F. New SALE BY SEALED BI1S
R.J. Williams and Dollie Wil- the courthouse at Starke, Florida County Judge -
Orleans, LouisianaYou The Hoard of County Com- The business scheme may Involve -
within six calendar County, Florida, in the ;
liams( his wile Plaintiffs
,
-vs- notified that a Petition needlework, addressing
are missioners of Bradford County
Courthouse at Starke Florida,
Elizabeth Ann months from the date of the
Doughman and for Dissolution of Mar- loilda will receive sealed envelopes, clipping newspaper
within six calendar month from
first of this
publication notice.
NOTICE George OF R. SUIT-Lane, Defendants Each claim or demand must be the date of the first publication riage has been filed and you bids on scrap metal, Junk and articles, or mailing lists. 1967 WT 1000 D 250 COMINGS:
In and of this notice. Each Claim are required to serve a copy junk cars until 100: P.M. on
Tn: Elizabeth Ann Doughman writing must state the or t Consumer 10 Speed Road Ranger Twin Screw-
The Division of
place of residence and post demand must be In writing and of your written response or August 19, 1971 at the Bradford -
Address. Lane Address Unknown Unknown and GeorgeR. office address of die claimantand must state the place of residence pleading to the Petition, If any County Maintenance Shop, Services complied a list of new paint Ready to load..
Petitioner's Ben- North key questions which the prospective -
and post office addressof on attorney, on Grand Street. These
You are hereby notified that must be sworn to by his attorney the the claimant and must be nett, Schwartz and Blank, Post Items may be seen at the maintenance Investor Interested In 50 used Trucks in stock to choosy
an action to foreclose the following claimant, his agent or Office Box 1292, II West Uni- shop. 8/12 2t 8/19 a work-at-home business
property In Bradford or It will become void sworn to by the claimant, his versity Avenue, Gainesville, should have answered beforehe from Fords CMC IHC Whit.. Single
his It will
agent or attorney, or
County, Florida: according to law. become void according to law. Florida, 32601, and file the -- pays out money or signs a axles and Tund.ms.
A parcel of land lying In the July 15, 1971 William II. Cent original response or pleadingIn contract:
SE 1/4 of SW 1/4, Section 19, /sGeorge H. Dowers the Office of the Clerk of LEGAL NOTICE: CALL ME COLLECT
Township 7 South, Range 22 Executor of the Estate of Executor of the Estate of the above Court, on or before I will i.ot be responsible for I. Will you be paid by the
East and being more particularly Myrtle C. Priest, Deceased Geneva Ellsworth Chab, De- September 13, 1971. If you fall any debt! made by: anyone other firm" How much" Bob Sloan -1-305-241-5611
described as follows: ceased. to do so, a default will be entered than myself. Thomas Benjtiniln 2. Do you have to buy In-
Commence at the Southeast First publication on: July 22 against you for the re- W..aa'e.! 8/12 2tp 8/19 struction' If so, steer clearof N........ .....---. .INN....
Corner of Section 19 and run 1971.George Eugene F, Shaw lief prayed In the Petition. it.
thence South 89 degrees, 02 Ill Pierce 142 West Call Street WITNESS my hand and the
minutes and 33 seconds Westa P.O. Drawer 1030 Starke Florida seal of this Court on this 3rd
distance of 2632. 10 feet to Starke, Fla. 32091 Attorney for Executor day of August, A.D. 1971.
point of beginning. From point Attorney for Executrix 7/29 4t 8/19

of beginning thus described GILBERT S. BROWN FLORIDA GRADE'A*
continue South 89 degrees, 02 7/224 t 8/12 NOTICEMr. Clerk of the Circuit Court
minutes and 33 seconds Westa By: Beulah M. Moody STARKE'S

distance of 240 feet to a NOTICE OF Sl RIFF'S SALE J.B. White has made Application Deputy Clerk FOODFAfM
point; run thence North 0 degrees Notice Is hereby given thatI to the Bradford County WHOLI2.PI FRYERS LOWEST
03 minutes and 27 sec- P.D. HEl>DlSIl, as Sheriff Zoning Board for reclassification 8/12 4tchg 9/2 SAG
onds East a distance of 450 of Bradford County, Florida, of the property described FOOD
feet to a point, run thence under and by virtue of Writ below from OR to RIC
North 89 degrees, 02 minutes - -
and 33 seconds East a distance of Execution Execution,issued to-wlt out: of Eighth .. .. .. .. ... 'rl v PRICES !

of 240 feet to a point; run Judicial Circuit Court of Brad- +
thence South 0 degrees,03 min ford County, Florida pursuantto c:1'.1:: 320 S. WALNUT ST.
utes and 27 seconds West a a Final Judgement for William CiftJW SUPERMARKETS

distance of 450 feet to point C. Powell, Jr. of StarKe, GAINESVILLE \,; .
Of beginning; __.. SAVE florida, and against Paul E. .

AND portion FXCkPHNG:thereof: 'I tying therefromany within and costs Jettie of collection Justice together with ONJM: KITS QOO THAU I NI* AY, MMUH U IvnaOUANnTY RIGHTS MSCtVUL*


18 tho and right SAVE of way EXCEPTING!: of State Road possession Have seized the and following have In des-my Business Directory COMPARE ;:'W,:' : CENTER CUT : CHUCK CENTER

that certain graded road leadingto cribed personal property to- CUT
the city dump of. the City of wit: Dressed Whiting ":', ,.,; .: 33c ; SIRLOIN I :

Hampton. = '.The S1 1/2 of SE 1/4 of SE . ... '''" '" I I
.... Fried Fish Sticks ..:::: 49 OH tONHISS fUtt CUt BOUND
you '
has been filed against 1/4; NE 1/4 ''of SE 1/4101 I ROAST
'Elizabeth Anti Doughman and SE 1/4 EXCEPT that portonlying u unun __ Fish Fillets .....',,.....00...'.' ,.n...00' 99. i STEAKS, I
George R. Lane, and you are East of State Road 100, AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES
squired to serve a copy of and all lying and being in Cod, Perch or Pollock -'.':::",. 49c ; :

your written defenses, If eay Section IS, Township 7 South, BRASINGTONCADILLAC 79 I C
Cheese
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to It, on the Plaintiffs' attor- Range 22 East The S 1/2 of Daisy Wedges $
8
ney, whose name and address ST 1/4 of SE 1/1 lies West OLDSMOIIILE Johnson& Faris, Inc. Sliced American Cheese 79', i 1.19 : 5
U tlzle: S. Sanders, 138 West of State Road 100 and East !SALES & SERVICE'' 0iJ: aEO: LB
Call Street, Starke, Florida and of county graded road. SEEDS PLANTS Mellow Age Cheese Loaf' '. '.". 59c ; LB :

file the original with the Clerk As the property of the above Fine Selection of Used Can I _
fn e tlcdes| Pet SupplierFERTILIZERS
of the above-styled Court on named defendant and that on Taken On Cadillac Trade
or before August 23,1971;other Monday, the 30th day of August 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-8301
wise a Judgement may be entered 1971 at twelve o'clock ,oi u w is iw ux uDxlry
for the relief We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders SLICED 1/4 FARMER ORA
against you Noon on said day on the pre- LAMB SOLID
Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA 224 N.W. 8th Ph. J7S!-0178
demanded In the Complaint mises of the Bradford County PORK LOIN CORNISH
GILBERT S, BROWN!(,c.um: Court Mouse at the East Door. CHOPS OLEO
I will offer for sale and sell
By: Virginia 1Darby GLASS MIW SIAUkMftjOIHW MOf IM
to the highest bidder for cash
As Deputy Clerk
4 wheel drive and oars SNOUtM!
described
above
in hand, the
7/22 4 t 812NOTICE property of said defendant to Sale, Parts, Service 3 OVIR IBSft i> a i 69ci
-, Clean L'led Toyota
satisfy the aforesaid Execution LIDDELL

!: OF INTENTION;; 1O 1700 N. Main 376-1269
REGISTER FICTITIOUS: NAME P.D. Reddish, Sheriff 1 I REGULAR OH BUTTERMIIK
Glass Company KING SIZE Pantry I NOW WltH S EXTRA SLICES
Notice Is hereby given that Bradford County, Florida Beauty Academy SIALID IN PUOFIIM

the undersigned, John I.. Mutton Pride roe ISHNISSI
8/5 4t 8/26 "GUM For Every Purpose' i inn in. Giant I'/zlb.
5734 Knollwood Drive, POWELL'S Store Front*-Mirrors AJAXDETERGENT: (!' i
Jacksonville, Ma., intends to Tub EnclosuresShowers i
engage in business under the In The County Judge's' Court Beauty Academy 1 Furniture Tops Olaas Replaced COFFEELB
fictitious name, Starke Elec- of Bradford County; Florida. BREAD99C
tric Service, at 130 N. Court In Probate # Learn a Profession In Your ;
St., Starke, Ma. and that he In Re: Estate of Nora Bell Spare Time. Full or Part Time NEW LOCATION C
will register said name with Sapp, deceased. 219 N W. 10th 378-2766 1
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, 1228 So. Main Gainesville 1 ,' inn iir 59 1i IZO C'lJ!
Bradford County lorida. !NOTICE; TO CIU.DII ORS ELECTRIC MOTORS 372.1102 ; 372-8191 i BAGU''IIr1', a.'IO IfI11II 29COf

--John I.. Mai ton, sole owner. All creditors of the estate l y 24ox
of !Nora; Bell Sapp, deceased ELECTRIC I

8/5 4t 826CLASP are hereby to file notified any claims and required or- Motor Repair Co. I MEN'S WEAK mtyo4y LOW man I IVIKYDAYLOW M/cf/im/ ro4r tow ma n wtmnovrriicf n nrnrMr LOW-FIICII

ENVELOPES &JJlies. demands which they may have Of Gainesville! inc. '
against said estate in the office ]; / .e/
.- Bradford County T.... LIMY ANTASTIK RAIN BARRIL
Repairing Rewinding
of dIe County Judge of STAG 'N DRAG
rranb. New and Used BATHROOM FABRIC STRAWBERRY
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2816 N. W. Iflth Ph. 372-8318 GrUfon Suit
Arrow Shlrts-Flonhelm, Shoe itiii SAUCE
MOVERS Formal Rentals
Lades Sportswear CAM

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.I Lone DiiUnce Moving 2 STORES-I3 W. UNIVERSITYand

SOperason Storage. PackingCrating Shipping GAINESVILLE MALL COMPARE ;:';: i JUMBO 27 SIZE f1m'J: i Golden RipeANANAS


Free--_Estimate Call MUSICBALDWIN Sunaid Apple Jelly ., .. 39- : CAN T A :

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Suave Shampoo :v:;;, ,

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Suave Hair Spray '
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Hair Spray r"::: ." :
Special lANOlfc ORGANS )
Van Service Inc. CHOKlOVTMAtnSTr) White I Rain Hair SprayC 499' \ I I .. ,j I 1 0 C

3M N.E. W.hlo R*,. C'vllU .Icyniam MUSlCu Get Set Hair Spray "tx .'." 9k\ -. 3/95' cC : "'. ) LB

3n""' Halo Hair Spray ::'o'', v:: 49c i .\, i

Holsum Peanut Butter "-' 69' : FRESH fiRM RIP : FRESH filM HEADS

0 0 AUTO SALES SERVICE O'rlll Shopphw Ctr. m-5J Potato Chips "E'v::, ;:." 38c ;! TOMATOESN27CABBAGE.!;: Ll7f.


@ffi)@0 Ji1LIrn.IHDri' 1 'lt.! @ Tropical Pontiac, Farm and Industrial will BONUS" LUSCIOUS BUrl -

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24,000 .TU' 18,a 00 MM' DRY MILK FINISH
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Discount Prices Plus Service Factory; Authaiaod f FORDFarm

.., Air Conditioner IYIItDSV tOW Mf; f_ _
peoD.ns Wprld'eL rg Sailing Pontiac Tractors it Implement

We Do Oar Own Financing Sal.art..S.vl c. USED EQUIPMENT Del Mont
COTTOM DRINKS
Winkler f.71 Electric Inc. 2101 H. MainGainesvlll. SALES PART SERVICE 4j L 8 PIES BOATS .........nun....0.. r

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McDonell Annie B. Manning

Services Held Services Held Mrs. Lovell

At Crosby Lake In Jones Chapel :


Walter Mcrtmell.,Jr., 57.died Mrs. Annie B. Manning, 72, I R(1Ji11ty'Inlproiving -1-
Tuesday night, Aug.: 3, at his of Starke widow of Vollie F. I

home on KhlgsleyLake.; He was Manning, died Friday Aug. 6, !! ;
born In Starke ;on\ Sett. 23. In Bradford County Hospital
1913 and had lived In the KIng after an extended illness Mrs.
sley Lake area for the past Manning was born in Georgiaon I Mrs! Lucille Lovell of
40 Ills parenfi :S.ke' : < has made sallsf.ictn- CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH OF CHRISTAT
the '
years. were AUI!. 27, 1898 and had lived CHURCH! OF GOD JORDAN MISSIONARY
late Walter and Freddie Wainwright dry, : since her CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN MELROSE '
In Starke for many years. She prgress: MISSIONU.S.
422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. BAPTIST
McDonell. Sr. was a member of the ChurchOf ney t i ran plilOt operation;: kid-I Sunday School 9:49: a.m. Sunday: School 10 a.m. Morning Sunday; School, 9:45: a.nu 301 North, behind Tae
Morning Youth
Worship, lla.m.
Jesus Christ of Latter Day I S'lamli: Teaching I1I1 I Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Worship 11 ajn. Sunday Practice tee Frees: Drive In. Sunday Schedule of Services:
He Is survived by two half Saints. Service 6:00: p.m.E.enlngWorship Fellowship 6p.m.Choir Sunday Bible Study 10:00:
n .In' 10 1 und may: go Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night, Wednesday 8 School 10 a.m. Worship Ser-
brothar* and one half sister Surviving are four sons, Ro- I h ino ''n /iibaut 10 days: according 7 p.m.Thursday. Wednesday 7:30: p.m Prayer -Rev. Robert D. p.m.Burch vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer ajn. Morning Worship 11:00.
bert 1. Manning, Athens Ga.; I ;: !to ..1. hospital night Prayer Meet Meeting, Friday, 7:30 p.m. Service: 7:30: p.m. Wednes- m. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.
Funeral services were heldat IIoward C. Manning, Houston 7:30: p.m. --Rev. Y.W, JUdd, pastor. All other Evenings8:00p.m.: .
11 a.m. Friday, Aug. 6, at Texas; Doyle E. Manning, serv- I .pnkf'Alls lmll1.Lovcll, 42.ear-old Ivy Luke Pastor CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day.Leroy Olive pastor EL. HAMPTON CtIRb'I1Al'f
the graveside In Crosby Lake ing in the Air Force; and Dr. Grtms. associate pastor. CHURCH
imthei" cf two children and SMYRNA MISSIONARY School 10 Morning -
Cemetery with Rev Lacy Con- Marlon C. Manning, Fort Lau- Sunday a.m.
officiating DeWitt C. derdale, four daughters Mrs. I wif"\ of Tiny Lovcll had BAPTIST CHURCH! KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Worship 11.Training Union, Sunday School 10 a.m. Mom-
way Jones funeral Home was In Vera Gagliardi Gainesville; I'i h c' her diseased kid. I (33 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Sunday School 9:30: ; Training 6:30.: Evening Worship 730.: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship, H a.m. Evening

charge of arrangements Mrs. Ttielma Downing and Mrs. : '1l''removed/ In an opeiaIn : Sunday School 10 ajn. Union 10:15: ajn.; Morning Worship LeRoy Dalrymple, Pastor. BROOKER Worship tor. 7.James Shaw pas
Edith Crites both of Lulu; and :n in April I Preaching, 11 a.m. Training Union 11 a.m.; Evening_ Worship! Sunday School. 10 a.m. Wor-
Mrs. Anna Manning, Athens I She, was sn tainei| from 5:45: p.m. Evening Wor- 7:30: p.m.i Prayer Meeting 7:30 BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ship Services, II a.m. and 7
( 17 ship, 7 p.m.Everyone welcome. ; 10 MornIng P.m. Training Union, 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
JacksonvilleBu'siness great-grandchildren. menus o' an utficinl! kid.by -Wilbur Dyess, pastor. Pastor Rev. Robert West. J Worship./ U a.m. Evening: Rev. Lacy Conwny, Pastor. BROOKER, FLA.
I Funeral services were held Worship, 7:30 p.m.; Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun
at 2 Sunday In the ncv machine. On that date, day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol
p.m. DeWitt i CHURCH OF GOD Meeting, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH -
C. Jones Chapel with Elder ;I she, received, a i kidney from OF PROPHECY, BROOKER NEW RIVER BAPTIST -Rev. J.C. Sounders, pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mor- Superintendent.Training Unlon. -
Wilford Jordan officiating. Interment I her, sister. Mis Joyce Ward Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School, 10 a.n. Morn- ning Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 6:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas,
was in South Prong I Kjilmi: / rf Keystone Heights. Ing Worship 11 a.m. Young ing Worship 11 a.m. Training MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Director. Worship Services, 11
Cemetery In Baker County. in n complicated tr.inspl.int People's Service. 6 p.m. Union, 7 p.m. Evening Wor- Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday P.m.Rev.. John Ross, pastor a.m., 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw,music -
""prraliJI1.: I Evangelistic Service, 7 p.m, ship 8 p.m. Wednesday Night School, 11 a.m. Morning Wor- director

DirectoryAuto John S. Hall 'I'lie ruUomo h being fol Wednesday Prayer Meeting, service, 7:30: p.m. Everyone ship, 6 p.m. Training Union EVERGREEN BAPTIST
welcome.
Ilnll(id' closely by thousands 7:30 p.m. Come and worship 7 p.m. Evening Worship. Highway 125. Northwest of HEILBRONN BAPTIST
Dies in WindsorJohn L.L. Parker, pastor. -7:30 Ser
I <.f r |11'11|>lc who donated lo 1I a\ with us. Wednesday : Prayer Lawtey. Sunday School 10 a.m. CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
I l.ucllI' ovcll I Fund! to help -Rev. Bobby Harris, pastr vices. Morning Worship 11:15.: Sunday Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.
Sales and Service'Parrish Sollie Hall, 68, a former PINE LEVEl, BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper, Pastor Morning Worship 11. Training
'I I:"! I I.IIIIIIAI.. I..i-il l I limit GREATER Night Service. 7:30: p.m.
resident of Starke, died BETHLEHEM Sunday School, 10 a.m. Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Service
Motors Sunday, Aug. I 1. at his home In Ih: Mind :iinuuii'i'd/ :, I ID, bout( FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a.m. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 Wednesday: p.m. Rev.Prayer Albert Meeting Knight,, 730.: Midweek Prayer
.
'fI.fKKI.I : :
:
Windsor after an extended illness I Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday Services (Booster Band, Young Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; pastor. Service, 7:30.:
lie was a native of Wind- Spo.uiic'iKlid( by Starke School. 9:30: : Morning Worship People, and Prayer Service), 6 Morning Worship 11 a.m.EvenIng -Rev. L. Tommy Howe
SALES sor and a retired carpenter.Mr. lulu de',lie- ,M.ir Baldwin I 11; League, 4 p.m.Night Service, p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Worship 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer LAURA pastor
SERVICE Hall lived In Starke for ihc( fund drive was started 8 p.m. -- Rev. Jasper Williams Midweek Service. Wednesday Meeting and Bible Study, 7 BAPTIST CHURCH
School 9:45 .
VOLVO
PARTS a period of about 15 years prior in \Ial'chlnd included such Pastor. 7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland p.m. Study: on Book of Psalms Morning Sunday. : a.m. ;. CHURCH OF
to World War n, moving from Pastor. G.F. Prevatt. pastor Everyone Worship IIa.m.Even JESUS CHRISTOF
I community projects as car ing
Worship. 7:30 Mid LATTER DAY SAINTS
here to Gainesville. lie had FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome. : p.m.
a.I.hi'a. i iiid-block bake.
week 1404 E. Bessent
Bible Road
Always Good Vied Cars Study Wednesday
lived In Windsor for the post STARKE ,
ill-, HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
ind
Bnlduin.s
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7:30
021 Laura St. Pb. 356.5631KMxTKir three arI Sunday School 9:45 Morning p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a.
years.Surviving )
are his wife, Mrs. "i"'I"i h. police" on Worship. 11; Junior and; Senior Sunday(Highway School-100 at a.m.Theressa Morn- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Be_ In church Sunday. m. Sunday Sch" |,10 I a.m. Sac-

MOTORS Avle Hall, of Windsor; three trumped/ up chiigos: MYF groups, 6 p.m. Ing Worship II a.m. Train- Sunday Service:Sunday School Frank Jarvis pastor.ST. rairieni 6 p.m.
daughters, Mrs. Muriel I Fox, Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Even- Monday Mia 7:30 pjn.
Union 6:30 Morning Worship,
: Ing : p.m. ; 9:45: a.m.
Atlanta ,.a't Mrs. Evelyn Jordan 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:15 Tuesday Primary 4.30: p.m.
Worship EvenlngServlce,7.15
Ing : p.m. 10:45 a.m.
:
PEAVY Brothers Bowie, !Md.; and Mrs. Pat- 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Night Prayer Services p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun- MARY'S CATHOLIC 7:30 Wednesday Relief Society,
Eddy\ Waldo two sons, Ray- 7:45. CHVRCHMACCLENNY p.m.
sy ; Head Start 7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle day 6:30: p.m.
Electric Co., mond Hall Cocoa; and Bobbie -DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. Packham, pastor. -J.C. Brown minister Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy President.Jesse D. Branson, Branch
J' Hall Keystone sleights; four )ay Mass, 5:30: p.m.
ted;] r Ie;,l\fotors .stepdaughters, and one stepso GraduationAugust I.AW'rEY CONGREGATIONAL.
four brothers Bill and - - - -
Sold Serviced --- Rep.Lh"eda'nerators ; ItOLINESTCHVRCN

Rewinding. Slulcra. Armature Clyde Hen Hall Hall, ,Starke both ;of and Theressa Calvin; 13The Morning Sunday Worship School 11 9:45 a.m.: Youth a.m.; 'r----------------------------------[ ':: : : :: : : :::: : : : :!: 1: 1 :: :::::: :!:: !:: : : ff.: ,

4044 Lenox Jatc 387-2128:> Hall Lake Geneva; four sisters Service 6 p.m.; Evening Wor- t :
Mrs. Minnie Harris,Wai- ship 7 p.m.7lresday. !

PIANOS do; Mrs. Ida Parrish, Earle- Bradford (Head Start will Prayer Meeting 7:30: : I It
Johns ton Beach and; and Mrs.Mrs. Florence have Its graduation exercise p.m.Rev. ; "LABOR IS LIFE J

Y AMAII PIANOS Delaney Fischer Friday, August 13, at the RJE W.B. Chauncey,pastor. '.':"
both of Hieressa. Also Center Auditorium at 8 p.m. t Co.lyl. :. I
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CONN and KIMBALLORGANS
surviving are SOgrandchlldren
Sf,3:
and three great-grandchildren. There will be presentations GRACE BAPTISTCBURCHSTARKE t I.:; Let's talk about labor woik, if you please, for that is what labor Is Labor i?+ f ft
I Funeral services were held for outstanding volunteer work t has come a long long way since ancient times when work was closely elated j
at 3 p.m. Tuesday Aug. 3, In and a brief message from the Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor- :' to slavery. Aristotle described a slave as "a tool with life In it." In the f.i::, ,

Johnson-Hayes ville, with Rev Chapel J.M. Shaw, Gaines-and director, Wilton E. Blake. ning Worship at 11. Training t Middle Ages, labor gained dignity and respect| as slavery declined and Christianity! l?
Rev Robert Union, 6.30: p.m. Evening Worship -- : spread Then, later in the 1700's and 1800's the industrial! I evolution created t
officiating. Burial Hals ten of In Starke The staff of Bradford Center 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer t I'x conditions that led to the modem labor movements. Today labor has gained : I

crest Memorial Park was Hill- Mrs. Betsy Meng; Miss Meeting 7:30.: --Rev. Leon T. t respect, wages and working conditions hitherto unknown before. ti I
Gaines- 4
Daisy Murphy; Mrs.Sarah Mor- Odom, Jr., pastor : ;
ville. ris; Mrs. Louise Mobley; and t Labor is life. Work is satisfying Through his ::: .
I
Mrs. Jessie F. Jenkins would ;: work a man accomplishes, and creates and ilii?:!
KIM: HALT. "SWINGER" Rachel D. Box like to thank everyone for their AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH t : provides for himself and his family. When deprived f.I: '
Sunday School, 10 ajn. Mom-i l y
of the wok
I. to often
opportunity or ability man
volunteer work and any other
OUGANS Services Held Ing Worship, II a.m.; Evening t r '
III". ,contribution to Head Start. ;': becomes depressed, even ill. \J ,
7 Wed. Prayer -
Roosevelt Malt-388 8519 Worship. p.m.;
In Jones Chapel Meeting and Bible Study, t :,: I Corinthians 3:9: tells us that "lI'e are, Inboieit" ,

WESTERN; STOKE All friends and relatives are :7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- together with God." We are His hands, feet, voice, :J..
of
Box 57
Mrs. Rachel D. ,
invited to attend the graduation fr-r' every Monday 7 p.m. t and compassionate heart here on earth to (4' <:: ,
Lawtey, died Tuesday in after Bradford exercise. &.F. Prevatt pastor. Everyone 1 spread the gospel, lift up the poor, eradicate ..... t ::
LITTLE DUDE County Hospital an : Welcome.ST. ignorance and destroy disease. ." il: .
extended illness. She was born I
in High Springs on March 3, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I Honor God and Labor this week by : i MI I It
Western Store 1914, and had lived in Lawtey STARKE EDWARD'S CATHOLIC t attending church rnw '
for the 26 She wasa CHURCII.STARI \\.T1ft.
past years. SundaySunday: School, 9:45:
member of the Union Prim- ; Father James Cregan,pastor. t :*"" '<":<$<':>>>:w.<<-:::""": :, 1
Western C'.oth'i/jg! / Leather Morning Worship at II, ser- : :: I
i
Mass 7 Sunday : ::
itive Baptist Church, and was Saturday p.m. niilli1Wg ittM@lNgHWW. {@@
"The Pride of Life :
iiHicls' Saddle and Trallci H mon: or
widow of Thedo Box who Mass, 10 a.m. Holy D&y Mass, B '
Charles & Sharon Petty the the Prince of Life. Church @; ii =t .a l@illmWt.W& .
.
!102: S. rdiK'Wrtoil 381-1210 died last JWle.Surviving Training, 6:15: ; Evening Worship 7 p.m. Saturday 6 ::q'
Confessions ,
--
Ran- :
is one son,
7:30: sermon "Saying and :; m IJi"i" ;"IIIII -
dolph Box, and a daughter Lois Doing." p.m.School t lOfC\ ::. q'' I
rilUNlTUHE" ) Box, both of LawteY'btour: bro- of Religion: 11 CIIon It htI'I I _I.... 1,18? ,, Nik *:: :::f-ff:i>:;:: ::: AL..;:.:..::;.:.fvwIn "" .
thers, De- MondayYouth Choir Prac- Grade School -- Sunday 1 k rJ ..NINr, ........ .ii... ....IH.. 11 NN !is,. 4 ijMWIi:: ::: :: ::;:!::!:!:::@:::. .. ..' .
Graff, both of Gainesville; Cal- a.m. to 12 noon. m ,. ... .. : ....
BAXLEY CHAIR tice, 7 p.m. \; :\: IN owe Md.1 Nil/.d -Ie .4 fjJ MMWtHmiiiiiitrl' }
vin and Wesley DeGraff both TuesdayYoung Musicians High School. -- Wednesday t ... .-:;::, Ie MH' Nun. 1Nrl4q Ilk "NIMN, edMN... :.:.::::(::akI ;:.:.:.:.::..:: ; ::: ,,; ::::::: P' ,
Furniture Discount of High Springs; two sisters, Choir Practice, 2 p.m. 7 to 8 p.m.NORTIISIDE I .4. Q Hill' e fMn4ifl. | In. .Hw. I lv. tl 64 M rune t: .M.::::::::W<: :>@w..w::: ;:: ::%::1' < I
Mrs. tide nines High Springs, >:: list tr Mtldy w W., It( W. will .N.f m ';itfmi: : ::.:.;:: :::::i>'"
; and Mrs. Clara Byrd, Starke; if .: '( ..... .. Y
Uvlnl' WednesdayFamily Night BAPTIST I : ";: d. 004 IM hN/WN WAMA N DIN II &!WJM I It
I nI and four grandchildren. Supper, 6 p.m. Youth Choir CIIURCII / MM WIN "HMVIIMiy ,.all."" IIn "'. ...... ....:::::::: : <:::<1
Inning/ n..on'1r. I ; I funeral services were held "A" Practice, 7:20: ; Prayer Sunday Morning Worship t .MwIreMt,' ,>lirt,,l,..,-tllouhIl_I ::!::;:::::::>''f.ifl.: : 1 1i
::;:::;: at 2 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 12, 1 ,... .. .. ,. : :
:
Meeting R.A. Meeting, 6.30: ; 9:45: ; Sunday School 11. Sun- :. V lt OMRII to It* Mil II HM .11. rf I t
Union Primitive (
In the
Baptist ;'' ;''''''':::
:1
: Church with Elders Don- Teachers and Officers Meet- .day Evening Worship 7:30.: .' ':?, IIN MOwn W. -h.II111d. MN. ---. A4li1.. .. .,
W1I4)LESALI.:; I'IlIF ald Hazcn and Herman Moody Ing, 7:15: ; Church Choir Prac- Wednesday Evening, 7:30.: t < ;: "Na1,1eM M"ld .....1o i M/.Ski. .... .delI 3t ::::::y .
officiating. Interment was in tice, 8:15. -Wayne Wells, PastorST. lI. "Nw'" town, NNMMItMl"'" .. .** :k: :::::}
6-IR Camat 1 lock from 1.10Jacklonv'lllr. ThursdayVisitation, 7 P.m. t .. .. .. .. I
Dyal> Cemetery with l DeWltt C. .?f -I Nf MI* nrf fclHiw Hw MM Mih jtD' t.
',FIll. 3X9 1711 l li Jones I Funeral Homes In charge. W.A. Hogan, Pastor MARK'S EPISCOPAL I : s.INNt. MNeNHNINIM/U11"' .. i ;>;;; I It. I
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CHURCH, STARKE IlliiWt:
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Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd t. 4EU3' :1r ,
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'" Sundays, 10 a.m.Morning Prayer .
1j' 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday t cc_.Mo..... *1 I It
10 t ,'k;j
a.m.John f
M. Flynn, Rector ._
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Our most STARKE OF'CHRIST CHURCH. I "

Bible School, 10 a.m. Wor .df1. STARKE 66"SERVICE
ship Services 11 turn, and FLORIDA
j'j'd' 6 p.m. Midweek Service, Wednesday t, \ -
7 p.m. Ladles Bible : _? (j V -- EST Kill EdunrtN Ph. 964-7231
Clan Thursday II a.m.Church s .
located ope block west on SR \ ; Tire Truing
ONIROL
16. c:>
aren'tin J.P.H. Bell, minister =-.:;:. HeadlightdJusUng
g QIUIII' to.
PINFHH! CONGREGATIONAL Brake Service

the vault.They're Sunday METHODIST School CHURCH 10 a.m. Mor- Carl Hunt Phone 964-6111 Wheel Balance and

ning Worship 11 a.m. Youth 330 E. Call St. Sturke, .'18. Alignment
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Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor-
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ship 7:30: p.m. Rev. Tommy 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE Phone 964-5745 for FREE AIR'CONDITION! SERVICE
L. Milliard, pastor.
Hiway 301 and 100 Inspections and Estimate AU Minor Repair

tlO S. Starke
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Temple 617 N. Temple Ate. Starke

"
our people always readyto Ralford Road & Weldon S(.-
take care of your financial Charles Thomas pastor.
needs carefully. Sunday SchooL 10 am. Morn STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDS BRADFORD
I lag Worship, II. Sunday Even '
And
Come courteously.In lag, 7 pm.Thursday night 7:30.: Inc.Featuring ABSTRACT CO.
and SUPPLIES Grocery and Market .
@ get acquainted.FLQFUDAL.
.l BAPTIST MADISON CHURCH STREET Ace Hardware Groceries Meats Feed Heller Service For Your

Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning Paint Supplies GAS AND OIL Title Problems
Complete
Worship Church Train
ing, 6:15: ; WMlf Prayer Circle, and Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys Edwards Abstracts

7:15: ; Evening Worship, 730.:
U. S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance
Monday Youth Choir Practice

Junior Choir, 7 p.m. "Check With U. Flnt" PHONE 964-5312 15H' W. Call Ph. 964-68M

Wednesday Family Night 219 Washington St. 964-5270
' .> 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting, 7:30;
.I BANK AT STARKE Church Choir Practice, 830.:

( Thursday Visitation 7:30.:
CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
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Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. --Denton Sumrall, pastor.

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By Helm' !! For Amusement: Mayor I

"The people In this town better :'. i
get busy real quick or .
CHURCH NEWSSt. Entertainment of special age entertainment of young people we'll have to start digging our
Williams Catholic Church music and'reading.. has been groups Is not a responsibility; was primarily the responsibility own wells" ', S. trtIIA ,
chair- '
Rev. Father Maurice Imhoff. planned by the program of the City a young housewifewas of parents. This was Councilman Roy ".i'vi '
has announced the regular man, Mrs. Vera Lambing. told at; the Keystone Council ''But the parents aren't doing Watkins reaction at Tuesday ,

weekly directory of Masses as CLUB meeting Tuesday night. enough about it," Mrs. Ho- night's Council meeting In discussing asp
HOMEMAKERS
follows: every Saturday 5:30: After a report that the "Fa- mer replied."If a proposed 50% increase '
.
p.m. Sundays at 8:30 and 10:30: The August-September Clay mily Recreation Center"a private parents have lost inter- In Keystone Heights water .g ,
County; Homemakers Council est in their children, we'vecome rates.
a.m. enterprise, had closed, .1 I It
Confessions are heard one- has announced corning events Mrs. Ronald Homer asked what to the end of the line" The news was broken In a ay,
and programs. A new club the Mayor said.Chairman notice from the Florida Public -
half hour prior to each about =( t
Mass
the city; was doing recreation -
Daily Masses "Rise and Shine, will start Everett Fox agreed Service Commission: of an a4trr I
are on Monday for Its young people.
Tuesday Thursday and off the new season with a meetIng that entertainment for specialage examiner hearing to be held

Friday at 8:30 a.m., and Wednesday In Green Cove Springs on Mayor Raymond Starnes said, groups is not a responsibility at 10:30: a.m. Friday Aug. 20, &
evenings at 7. August 26 at 10 a.m. Other "It's not up to the city; to ; of the city.Councilman In the council chamber on a -=-- .._
county; clubs ate arranging their entertain everybody." He said Joy Baker pointed request by the Keystone Water :# .
ALTAR SOCIETY meeting dates and two leaders the city; would be glad to co- out that the city; does pro- Co. for a rate Increase. rL r f

New officers of the Altar Society from each club will meet at operate with parents and civic vide park facilities and tennis The present basic rate Is $9 ?
-
of St. William's Catholic the extension nice In Green groups to the extent of Its courts for anyone who cares for the first 15,000 gallons of
Church are Mrs. Ralph Naples Cove on Sept. I. The KeystoneClub financial ability, but said the to use them. water used. The requested new
president Mrs. Daniel Is In the process of reorganizing rate Is $13.50 for the first ''fll
vice president; Mrs. Peter and their plans will 13.000 gallons The proposednew
; Eugene be worked on prior to the first rate on larger quantitiesIs L ..
Harold Hacker Sutton secretary, treasurer.; and Mrs.The meeting In September. Additional Warrants proportionately higher. l.

first meeting of the fall sea PERSONALSWe Watkins said the city; Is already -

son will be held In mld_'ep. paying the Water Com-
tember. regret to learn that Mrs. Served on Green pany a $50 standby rate for _
Robert Ferrell of Lake Brook- -- -- --- each fireplug within the city, }!

COMMUNITY CHURCHThe lyn Is again hospitalized at which amounted to $1,756 In .E :
St. Vincents In Jacksonville. Additional warrants have the last fiscal year. In the -
newly organized Junior Hc beverages in a state park
folks attendedthe Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haber- been issued against Robert S. during the first week of August new budget the figure Is set Mayor Raymond Starnes (left) pre..nted.
of
Plaque
open service last Sun- stroh recently returned froma Green a former employee of and disposed of as follows: at $1,900.On a Appreciation at Tuesday's Coun I
day. During the second hymn, month's vacation, visiting relatives TV Service Center In Key- Jesse A. Johnson, Green Cove the other hand the city cil meeting to Jim Wharton who served as Commander of the July 3 "Our Country Day"

these first, second and third diana. They in Pennsylvania made their and head-In- stone Heights who Is being Springs $16 fine; Theodore J. collects only $250 in taxes from celebration. Starnes described this yeor's fete at the qrcattst ever.
graders marched out and wentto held In Jail at Nashville 'lenn. Smiley Jacksonville $11 fine the Water Company annually
;
the educational building with quarters with their son, J.K. pending the outcome of extra- Clyde Shlpp, Jacksonville suspended Watldns said, including real city; limits since the last Council
has passed,
Haberstroh and In Wllllamsport. airport fences
family from of
increased
their leader Marshall Gallop dition proceedings. sentence; Edward H. estate taxes and personal tax- which was meeting and at least two
to hold their own service. Pa., where they especially Judge Graham Hutchinson of Miles Alachua suspended sen es on its water tank three $8,730 In last year's budget and requesting be carried that the out wlth-con- weeks prior to that.
The altar flowers for last enjoyed visiting with Lake Geneva has issued a new tence. wells and other holdings. to $13,815 In the 1971-72 edi tract terms
their many grandchildren and Green for "Some think the com- out\ further delay.Approved .
warrant against em- people
Sunday were given In Three defendants were found
memoryof tion.The fromSportsmen's
14 great-grandchildren. his former franchise be declared $5.083 Increase In Sec- a request Fees Upped
the late Cameron J. Bas- bezzlement from guilty; of charges of no or Insufficient pany's can Club .
At representative
tedo by friends.Preparations. this reporting Joseph employer and a Federal war- lifesaving equipment null and void." Watkins tion 5 ,Is primarily for the addition -
are under Wallace who underwent ma- rant has been Issued for Green Robert S. Matthews Keystone, said and later in the meet- of a full-time night patrolman Don Morgan that permission For Storage In
way jor surgery on August 5, is Baker said. The be given the club to have
charging possession of firearms Ing made a motion unani- Mrs.
for the annual bazaar with the Heights, $16 fine Robert G,
:
getting along well In Intensivecare officer Clay Electric extend a power New
circles by a convicted felon, and mously passed-- have City; decision to add another HangarIt
taking turns In chargeof Sanders, Keystone Heights $11
at Alachua General Hospital recent line to the camping area.
swearing to a false affidavit In Attorney Fremont Tolles examine was made following a
the
workshops. Mrs. fine James
Roy and has the well wishes ; Thomas Foxworth following -Gave Chief of Police Wally
order to purchase a gun. the 30-year franchise upstir In the community; -
Turknett, chairman of Circle Miss., $17 fine house will cost airplane ownersa
of In the Muhlhofer authority; to
everyone community Green already faced several (granted in 1958) and give an an epidemic of breakingand
One, will be In charge on Au- County minimum of $30 per monthto
In the Clay
.
; warrants Issued last week tor opinion on the possibility; of entering In Keystone and prisoners
gust 18.FELLOWSHIP. Dan A. Kirk of Lake Geneva has no store their craft In the new
,
Lou and Dell Kyle visited Its lake Jail since Keystone
forgery of checks on TV Ser- court action to determine surrounding area.
CLUB this reporter and husband one vice Center and for worthless was charged with having no validity. If Tolles thinks thereis Fox said he did not think It facility of Its own. $50,000 Keystone Airport han
day last week. Dell is always fishing licenses but sentencewas to have two full- -Heard Mayor Raymond gar when It is finally acceptedby
personal checks. such a possibility; a specialist was necessary
The monthly luncheon and the from the contractor.
Interested in visiting folks and suspended upon presen- at the present Stames report that only one city -
Judge Hutchinson said It Is (attorney) will be em- time officers
business meeting plus pro- appreciates visits; but her tation of valid license. Edward Wat- considering the numberof B&E has been reported In the The present fee is $15
expected that Green will be ployed to start litigation, time
gram will be held at the Lions per plane In the old hangar
is Leo Smith of Switzerland same
strength such that she requires constable, State
brought back to Clay County for kins said deputies
Club at 12:30 (
today Thursday) still In
use.
attention most of the charge pleaded guilty with explanation
; law
and other enforcement -
prosecution as soon as extra- The Water Company is pre- Troopers
with the president Mrs. Marion The Keystone Council Tues-
,
time. She has glowing and was fined $7.
reportsof availableto
dition proceedings are com- sently owned by heirs of the personnel Marine Patrol
Drlscoll presiding. An Invitation day night adopted the $30 fee
her daughter's family and pleted. Found guilty; of worthless late G.E. Wiggins who owned the city.;
Is extended to all new- their married folk In check charges and allowed to for planes up to four passenger -
young and operated the water facility; In spite of the budget Increase Arrests
comers to loin. A program of EightOn capacity; and $35permonthfor
California make restitution and
pay will
HEARINGS for many years before his death. the city's tax levy
those from five to
) court costs were: Craig L. for the Water Company remain at six ntllls which was eight
Stanley (Sandy Grayson, 18, Attorney 3 LakesThe capacity. Rates for planes lar-
Jones, Sr., Jacksonville; Richard E Lake approved. Increased -
of Keystone Heights waived Is John Norris of unanimously than eight-passenger will

Lt. Col M. Baker preliminary hearing before Daniel M.Eubanks Vaughn, Putnam Jacksonville Hall;; City.Watkins that revenue taxes from will cigaretteand make it Florida Marine Patrol be ger negotiated by the Council.
I Tracy Judge Hutchinson In Green Cove expressed hope gasoline
James F. Trlest Putnam Hall the a division of the Florida Department The present $15 fee goes to
last and ; the council chamber wouldbe to Increase
Springs Thursday was city unnecessary
Homer Satter
of Natural Resources airport operator
Commended for ServicesLt and George F. McDaniel Keystone -
bound over to Circuit Court on Heights. filled to overflowing with mlllage, It was said. began Its crackdown on boat- field who said this week he did
charges of resisting arrest with residents protesting the pro In other action the Council:
not intend to his lease
Jesse J. Denson, Lake City Committee Ing violations In this area last renew
violence.In posed Increase at the August -Heard Airport
which expires February 1.
Col. Tracy M. (Mike) had presented the greatest dif another hearing last Thurs charged with no license tag 20 hearing. chairman Watkins report that weekend In two resulting In eight arrests Council asked Airport Chair-
Baker son of Mr. and Mrs. T. ficulties. day George F. McDaniel of pleaded guilty; but sentence was the only deficiency in the new days. man Roy Watkins to contact
Baker of Lake Geneva was suspended since he was drivinga TOTAL OK'D doors that will not
W. '"Col. Baker's support of this Keystone Heights pleaded not BUDGET hangar are Satterfield and see if he would
recently presented with a Distinguished activity; Is in keeping with the guilty to a charge of obstruct new car purchased on Satur- Finance Chairman Joy Baker function properly. He said that Violations of various boating agree to accept his usual $15
Service Award by finest traditions of the U.S. ing officers In the execution of day and had no opportunity to said that copies of the new bud- he has been In touch with the regulations were made on fee on planes after they are
The Armed Forces League of obtain tag before arrest. for who said the doors Kings ley. Johnson, and Brook-
Air Force. His dedication and their lawful duties. After hearIng get were not yet available contractor transferred to the new hangar
Greater Miami during Armed devotion to the highest prin- witnesses for the defense Alfred Cane Davis Putnam each council member but asked will be made good by the manu- lyn Lakes all In Clay County. with the other $15 going to the
Forces Day ceremonies.Col. ciples of service have been and prosecution Judge Hutch- Hall pleaded guilty; to a charge that the 1971-72 budget total facturer before final paymenton Names of the persons arrested
Baker who is Chief of outstanding and reflect favor- inson ruled that the offense of unlawful speed and was fined of $66,090 be approved.On the hangar Is made by the were withheld pending theirap- city.When someone asked If planes

Supply of the 915 th Military ably on the Air Force and Its had been committed and there $36 or five days. roll call vote Chairman city.Authorized; pearance before Judge Graham would be allowed storage In the
Airlift Group at the Home- Reserve program" the citation was probable cause to believethe Ira Franklin Wiggins and Edward Everett Fox was the lone dissenting a letter by the Hutchison of Lake Geneva. old hangar after the new one
stead Air Force Base near stated. defendant guilty.) "He bound Carl Luck both of Jacksonville voice saying he objected City Attorney to L.J. Kite who The Patrol Is expected to Is accepted Watkins replied
Miami was cited for outstanding McDaniel over to Circuit: Court pleaded guilty; to char- to the 58% Increase In had the airport timber con- continue Its work In the area "If we do, we should put upa
services rendered as a Col. Baker was highly praised under bond of $1,001.OTHER ges land's of trespassing at Strick- Section S (Police Department) tract, notifying him that the at Intervals during the summer sign: AT YOUR OWN RISK."
member of the League's Boardof In a tribute by Rep. Claude Landing on KIngsley August 7 deadline for repair .
Directors for the past five Pepper of Miami, publishedIn CASES Lake. Both men were fined $36
and for his work In civ- June each, or a sentence of 10 days
years the 9, 1971 Issue of The Four defendants were found
ic affairs promoting better understanding Congressional Record.Congressman guilty of possession of alcho- for Luck.Wiggins. and 15 days for I

between the local Pepper said,
community; and the mllltiary In part: "Lt. Col. Tracy M. there better time
personnel at Homestead AFB. Baker Jr. has served in a never was a

Col. Baker who began his sltingulshed manner in the U. Will Not Seek
military career as a private S. Armed Forces for many
In the Starke National Guard years and has demonstratea Renewal (of Airport LeaseHomer to look into

unit prior to World War II, superior leadership which has #

has also been commended by served as an inspiring example Satterfleld operatorof
the Department of the Air Force to the young people of the the Keystone Airport for the steel hanger which Is now vir-
for his assistance In activatinga area. tually complete but which is
4 1/2 said
past
years yester-
still not in because of
medical technological school use some u-\ FREEPORT
day he would not appl for renewal ,. THE
deflclences which the GRAND BAHANA
for Civil Air Patrol cadets and "Col. Baker started hilt. career of his lease when it expires contracttor
underprivileged youth. The citation In the military as an enlisted next February 1. nor the bonding company -r .DrvaoPMENrco.t.1D.

stated that Col. Baker member of the U.S. Army Satterfield said It would be have not vet corrected. P. O. 80. S Int.m.tlon8.. B.....
made a number of excellent In World War n Satterfield said that in his LJ

Infantry. Early Impossible for him to continue .,..port, ,. ,
opinion the is "to- '
new building
recommendations that permitted he completed aviation cadet his maintenance and storage
"
resolution of problems that training as a rated pilot, has operation In the new $50,000and tally unfit" for airplane maintenance 9&.m.
were preventing activation of flown 200 combat missions or storage lie said <>

the school. He also accepted both In World War n and the that there was no suitable space wt.r.ulA. .
personal responsibility; for Korean conflict! and is the service awards.. in the 125 x 150-foot structure ,. wti rNlvwr.w..n GRAND BAHAMAa
the portion of the oron-am that holder of many combat medals "Most recently for the past for maintenance work and that
six and a half years he has one man could! not haul planes
served at Homestead Air B in and out of Mn..
the 117
hanger because y.M. O..NO
... ...
INIIU/ItIN/tNt111N1111//11N111NIu1/1/1NIt111/11N/11Nd1N11U/ / //NIUN/11N/tl/ served at Homestead Air of an 8-Inch Incline going -N. .NO

Force Base Fla., and his work in or out He said that planes 1 land investment
with the Air Force and the local could not be stored efficiently opportunityof

1 community has created the finest in a building of this design.
ii public relations in any area
.. of Nation.
our
whoops Satterfield has been at the
> "During this period cost such
Military reduction manager Airlift for the as 915th base airport operator since ,1967" using as a his"fixed own unique promise it commands your early

Group Col.
)i Look where f Baker's management ,action equipment and the operation for maintenancework of other and
most serious
.. saved thousands of dollars and facilities tie said itweuld cost attention !
he
r you can land... (j achievement was awarded from a Headquarters certificateof around $20,000 to set up another
at the
itxea ease operation"
E based these
The
on actions.
airport since the City of Key-
in the Mayor of Dade County; and the
!
stone Heights owners of the
money GRAND
Awards Committee of the BAHAMA DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LIMITED
Armed Forces LengueofGreat. airport did not own any of the

er Miami have also honored equIpment.
him with Satterfleld said that he has
a Distinguished Services
no plans for the future after

i "On Award.this occasion I have February 1 1. but that he would FLY to the BAHAMAS
remain In the area. He
singled him out for special>> likely
here from Wllllston
attention In came ,
f recognition of his
passing the 30-year. mark of where he had operated the air-

total military service and the port there. $29.95 UNDER OUR OPTION PLANonly

t many bestowed honors on him which for have his been dis (PLUS $3.00 DEPARTURE: FEE)

tinguished services and devotion

Set your course for the good life I Iwith to duty.; My Neighbors


an interest-bearing Savings {: INCLUDES: AIR TRANSPORTATION LUNCHEON GUIDED TOUR

Account. Add to it regularly f, SE. MCKAY .
,
watch your future grow. REALTOR "':::: -. ... lf: Inspection Flight From Jacksonville, August 21 -

.."'"
""
full / Bank KeYStone Htt. 473-4316
For Further Information and Reservation
Contact
; I
t'
.rj ,.
KEYSTONE BANK HOMES RENTALS ACREAGES .. ,.

... R.T. LOVORN REALTOR .

bel' FJXI.C. Keystone Heights, FLU ASSOCIATES ,

..... ''*,10. Ilf.n 47J474VCol '
'TOOT Friendly Bank In Your Friendly KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA.
; J. Ch".lnl.n .473.4575. ,
: c.-.aKT." L. j: Rablmon .. 47I> 1039 PHONE 473-3254 OR 473-4152
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: A SHOWER OF to have the operation. She was
GOOD WISHES Tuesday.COMMUNITY .
Cheryl (Sherry) Elaine Norman discharged

bride-to-be of Daniel L. COMINGS
Norman of Lawtey, wag the AND GOINGSMr.
guest of honor last Thursday and Mrs. Lynn Hall recently FOR SALEBack to school SEE THIS2 bed room, mas- A.J. Thomas, Registered Real
for a bridal.shower held that travelled to Valdosta CLASSIFIED: AD RATES SMALLEST 8-TRACK tape car1956 Dodge29,000 actual onry, cen. heat, living, dining, Estate Broker, Specialising In
evening In Hampton City Hall. Decks for small size cars, LEW'SWELDING miles 6 cyl. auto trans kitchen, bath carport utility, Estates .
Ga. to visit Mr. and Mrs. R. Minimum Appraisals for Individuals
....
Chart 1.7)I
A touch of beauty met cue.taupon O. Copeland. at Dahmer's Discount. lOt/chg. no rust, nodents-perfectmech. paved street. Large Lot. Price and Corporate Owners.
entering the room with Laurie Hicks and Amy Davie (Covers IS word' ) 10/7. SHOP condition good tires. See at #14.000.00; pay $3,634.00 down, Also general real estate bus-

arrangements of day lilies. spent all of last week at Each word over IS-7e 385 Alton Rd. Ph. 9645480.Itp assume $10,366.00 Mtg, 6-3/4 iness. Thirty Years experience,
Further enhancing the decor Trinity Youth Camp locatedIn FOR SALE36 Inch gas range Whispering Pine Mf>,- % Int. Just $80.00 per motnh In Florida land matters. TeU
were ecru lace tablecloths draping the Keystone Heights area. sea Extra Charge if not $75. Call after 5 at 964-5383 tej US 3Q1 S. Phone Inc., taxes and Insurance. A.J. 964-5701. Starke Florida tfchg
_....
the gift and refreshment Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hicks en- paid In advance or 9S4-5900. Itchg 964-8232 -=..:...-=: Thomas Realtor, Tel. 964-
tables. A small linencoveredtable Joyed the 3-day visit last week CLASSIFIED DI3PLAT ----- 5701.
held the guest book,which of Mrs. Hicks' sister ]Inez PURE BRED white Cerman UTILITY TRAILERS l- 1Jo-::':;::' FOR
was kept by Denlse Rahme. Coleman of Jacksonville. Arriving 11.50 Per Inch pups $15 each. Sell or trade. CUSTOM BUILT SALE- 1 good milk cow

Decorated sheet cakes, Thursday and stayingon Memorial ..e.olutJoa.proc.am.tlon. Phone 782-3363. lip GAS AND ELECTRIC with four calves. 1 Charolals
trimmed with pink flowers and through Saturday, the three- ., etc -7e word WELDING BRAZING bull, service age. See Mrs.
s.C.
green leaves and punch were some took off Friday to spend FOR RENTTrailer spaceafter Harley. Phone 9647317.
served to the 50 to 60 guesU the day seeing the sights of CARDS OF THANKS 964-8238. SHEET METAL Itp
5 ttchg.WATSON'S
present. Entertainment, serv- both Rainbow and Silver 10 word or le-. ... ...I.M p.m. TRAILER HITCHES BEAUTIFUL Scaly Mattress
ing of refreshments, and other Springs. INSTALLED springs. innerspring and foam.
events of the evening were led Wayne Knowles of Virginia Each word over 1..70 Regular price $99.95 set This Room Air Conditioners

by hostesses Sue Brannen Don- Beach, stayed Thursday through HOUSE'OF VACUUMS week $59.95 with trade-In atDahmer's Touch Control Contort Carter JIMMY MOORE'S
.
Crawford Margaret Discount. tfchp" Two or Trim Speed i)Cooling I
na Faye Tuesday with the grandparents
M brands of new vacuums .
;\ny Fleete Air Flow Control
(Flail SUN SPORTS
Crawford Lillian MaryJ. of his girlfriend, Debbie Hicks FOR RENT12': wide 2 bedroom $39.00 up. Used machines from Automatic' EvtnTempTlwrmoiUt
NOTICE
Jones Ruth Matchett. Frances Mr. and Mrs.Otto Hicks.Wayne trailer outside city. $10. Expert Repairs all makes. 50-Foot SAMPSON LAKE Iota,
Wadsworth and Geraldine and Debbie met at Bob Jones limits J.B. White 964-6114, if Pacts and Acces4orl.a for ." $2,000. Call 964-5796. htre! Urge,,WHhibl Filter' MOORE BOAT FOR
Williams. Game prize winners University In Greenville, S.C., no answer call 964-8647. vacuums.' Built lit Central; vac- Starke and Keystone Stchg 9/16 Corms on RMistanl, Casing YOUR MONEY
were Windy Hill, JoAnne Hicks, where they are both students. umn cleaning systems"712 N. Heights area Customers Models for Spend WindOWS
and Julie Saxon. Debbie is home on vacation Main Gainesville 376-7110 1971 CLEARANCE SaleAll '71 Stmrke Ph. 964-S791
Mrs. MarktceJ.Norman mo- until next month and Wayne Hastings Mattress Mobile Homes must go. Olin's as low as
ther of the bride-to-be, and came to visit so both could take Mobile Home Sales, 100 West, Complete Outboard AStern :
Mrs. Heulah Norman mother advantage of their reprieve LU's NURSERY-_Opening Aug. and Upholstery Starke. tfchg._ $11900 Drive Service and I
of Daniel Norman, the groom- from textbooks. Using their I 16. State certified teacher 4
to-be were j seated on either vacations to the best advantage yrs. Ages 2 to 5. Limited en- 710 St. Johns An.PALATKA FOR RENT- BR, AC House- Repair. Complete Fiberglass -
side of the honored guest. they have been takingIn rollment. Phone 9648404.2tp carpeting & carport 2 miles Repair. Custom-
Attending the bridal shower the sights and lore of Florida 819TRAILER west on Hwy. 16. Call 9647015. SLADE GAS built Fiberglass Fishing.

from out-of-town were Gladys history and culture plus Is Open AgainFURNITURE Itp Boat
Carter Lola Carter and Peg- some of the more Interesting made to your FOR rent, 2 bedroom, and Appliances
gy Cnsklns ,of Lawteyj; Mrs. fun spots. Included In their individual hearingrequirements 1 bath. $75 per month. For- FOR SALEUpright piano.Call
Guy llarrell- Linda Andrews, travels were Marineland, Flag- 782-3085. 2tp 8/19
? syth Rd. 964-7205. Itp Refinished 332 W. tosison: WATER FRONT LOTS
at no Repaired
and Angle Andrews of Brooker ler Beach St. Augustine and
; Pamela ferry and Barbara Rainbow Springs.The additional colt. ReupholsteredNEW FOR SALEAngus and Hereford FOR SALE
Wheeler of Starke; Virginia young generation In FOR RENT 1 furnished 3 BR heifers bred. Some beginning On Crosby Lake and Crosby
Crawford of Raiford; and Leila Hampton Is enjoying a week'sstay house 1 furnished 1 BR house. MATTRESSES to calve next month. Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet

Norman and Muriel Norman of at the Salvation Army Camp ALL MAKE HEARING No small children or pets. Ph. FREE ESTIMATESCall J.B. White. Itchg MmHOMES I State wide Road 8 feet 100 deep, 3) miles Located West on
Camp Blanding.' near Keystone Heights. The 964-5884
AIDS REPAIRED or 570 W. Call St. ,
Collect 328-2144 of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vacation -
FOR
RENTOne
Sherry and Danny are off to group almost entirely betweenthe Itchg bedroom furnished -
a good starts In the kitchen and ages of 8 and 14, left last AINESVILLE HEARINGAID apartment, $90 month. cottage mobile home or
dining department with gifuwhich Monday and are due back Fri- Bradford Village Apta. Just Investment.
Included almost entire day. CO. COMPLETE JANITORIAL Ser- north of Bradford High School. ;Prices start at 1295.00, $200
down and $35.00 month for M
settings of china and silverware Call Vic Frees, 964-5286.
vice-
plus most of their cook- 1137 N. W. 23rd Av*. house Carpets trallors shampooed windows, SEWINGMACHINE 4tp 9/2 AVAIUBUFOXYOUR 9tI"IIf'I) f (8 1/2 1 simple inter-
.
Ing ware needs. Bedding and Gainesville. Florida 32601 washed noorsscrubbed.Pho en'
LOT Call 964-7701 8 to 9
bath linens .were also among New TagDeadline 9645771. Boyd Service tfchg FOR SALE2 used Mobile a.m.
the gifts given to help the cou- Phone 376-0095 homes. Olln's Mobile Homes. p.m. weekdays. tf

ple begin married life together. Phone 964-5606. Itchg '
The which is SEWING MACHINEAND LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf
wedding, set for Sales and Service s3,5OQ1500S0
August 19 at 8 p.m., will take PFAFF NECCIII & Country Club ready for
place at Reynold's Chapel, FOR RENT 2 air conditioned building on or for Investment.
Camp Blanding, will be followed Aug. 20 Harmful Effects of VACUUM CLEANER New HomeUniversal cottages Kingsley Lake. Call Lots area approximately 1/2
by a reception at the Officer'sClub. after 6 p.m. Phone 533-2366. acre and larger. Paved roads
X-rays Stressedby SERVICEAll $49:50 tfchg. Ff.UVINA only 3 minutes from town.
up
Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
A WORDY PHRASE Deadline for buying new license Parts & Repairs on INSUKANCB OF tfchg
Jessica Williams will not be tags if midnight August Public HealthThe Makes -.. all other Make Ma- AT REDUCED RATES> .

enjoying this luxury for the next 20 the, vehicles and so far In only the county about have half All Mod.lt chines.NATIONAL. AUTO. nail!: BOAT AREA O.C. Carnes Nursery
DOYLEK.CONNERSNSURANVE:
few with
days her recent ton-
new tags says Tax CollectorJ.R. U.S. Public Health Ser- CALL '
AGENCY Thousands of
sllectomy operation.Mrs.Mary Plants
Kelly. vice has urged the nation's CALLSLADE
Williams entered her granddaughter doctors to voluntarily reduce 964.8561 or 964-6363 411 W. UnlY. Ave.Gain.svill. Lka Fruit Trees, ,Shade Trees
into Alachua General
"So far we've only sold a- the use of X-ray examinations ., Florida Evergreens, Camellias,
Hospital last
Sunday afternoon bout half of our tags," Kelly because of harmful effects 378-1355 REDUCE sale & fast with ''Azaleas, Roses
said. "Because of this will Bo Bese Tablets & E-Vap
we which might not become evi- ..
Moot In plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
stay open until 12 noon \this dent for generations. 612 E. Washington St., "water pills". -- Andrews can
Reward: $100For Saturday for those who workor In cooperation with the American 3 bedrooms wall to wall car- Pharmacy 4 tp 8/19 HOME I tl?*.
for some reason can't get Medical Associationand pet, garage paved corner lot. rPUMPSNEW n MI. SE. of Stark-, Hwy. 100 ';

information leading down to us on the week days. the American College of Some furniture. Reasonably CARPENTRY & PAINTING, _Florabome655.2165:

to the arrest and conviction .. We 8 p.m.will the be 20th open, but until we 7 will or Radiology recommendation, the PHS In a made publication the See priced It now Immediate and buy possession you a nice AND USED wor':; done: reasonably Estimate' SERVICESFor

for theft' of th... not be open the 21st. sent to 300,000 doctors, home. A.J. Thomas, Realtor 413-472884tp 9121lelghts, The Glass Shop

.itern._.n_.! as well as medical students, tfchg SALES
According to Kelly If you podiatrists veterinarians, and PARTS Information: Glass ;
1 K Mart Skill 1 I Saw
last In Bradford
bought
year's tag -
radlologic technologists. SERVICE TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING .
CaD Jacksonville : -
1 Remington Chain Saw County to purchase a new U.S. Surgeon General J.L. A Hole in Your Roof Deep and Shallow Wells Local and over the road. Immediate For ...-.':\ .
one you only have to bring In Collect .
Steinfeld said that exposure openings:! for trained t"
1 Pflenger electric fishing the number of your tag. If should be given "only when Or A Water Softeners and drivers In Florida. New classes 781.4055 AH CARS and TRUCKS

motor you have an out of county tag the potential benefit clearly FillersPlumbing weekly. Call or write Now: Installed While-U-Wait

1-2-ton Cumalong Chain you must bring in either your outweighs the potential hazard WHOLENEW Trl-State Driver Training,Inc., Custom VInYl Auto. TODS
car registration or Its license and. all unnecessary exposure Supplies r
1367 78th South, Tampa, Flor-
hoist tag number and Its title cer- should be avoided." ida 33619. (Phone 813-237- I T. J. MannBulldozing 11017 N. Main G'Tffl :
1 B & D Vi inch electric rlflcate. In citing evidence of unnec- ROOF EXPERT SERVICE ON 3957)). 2 tp. 8/12.
New motor vehicle plates are
cessary radiation from medical ALL MAKES
drill 20 cents higher this year. This X-rays, the booklet said I'
1 Spinning feel Is to help pay the cost of them "In some Instances. .as much J.& J Roofing Co. PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE .

1 Tackle Box being fully reflectorlzed. Mo- as two-thirds of the present Phone 961-8778 ler Brown By The Hour MARY /
torcycle tags, both A and R exposure may not contributeto
$150 worth wrench* & series, will cost $10.75. Automobile diagnostic Information, and Hiway 301 South PUMP A SUPPLY CO. Or Contract
Socket tag prices are: D series therefore may be unneces CARTER
$13.25; Plain series$20.- 4 85-3 HO
L.L DyalBrooder 75; W series, $28.25 and WW "No cause for alarm Is seen FOR RENT 3 BR furnished
series $35.75.Q at the present level of gene- house on Klngsley Lake: Aug. I Breaker, Florida
Fla. and P series will go tor tically significant! dose (the effect 7-21 and Aug. 28 to May 31 olk.wagenNew PAINTS
Phone 485-2711 jr.2o $8.25- you drive an antique on future generatlons>from 72. Delano Thomas, phone 964- I up.vi9.9ro: \
auto or a goat. medical diagnostic procedures 6507. 2 t chg 8/12. A Use
," the PHS booklet said Sales Service vt.IJ SAME

"still there Is evidence that FOR SALE- story house 4
1 ML North of The Mall
the dose could be further reduced bedrooms, 2 baths, central heat
without Interfering with and air-conditioned wall to wall GAINESVILLEMERCEDES: PRICE

the very substantial benefitsthe carpeting Phone 964-8835. FURNITUREQuality ,
JACKSONBUILDING I Ii 17361
public now derives from tfchg
medical X-rays." Home Furnishings AS
The pamphlet said that the Custom .
medical use of X-rays Is increasing WE REPAIR: and sell nearly Draperies
i I II SUPPLYPEDDLERS seven par cent per DATSUNGAINESVILLE every needle made for any Carpeting Jacksonville
year a trend that la considered brand stereo regardless of age. Interiors by Victor \
I likely to continue.In Also the long play records at 150 Park Ave. Orange Park
I I II determining who shouldbe $1 off regular price at Dah- 294-9331 tf 102 E. BROWNLEE
X-rayed and under what circumstances mer's Dlicount. tfchg t I

HOME I CENTER the doctor should 4300. N. W. 13th St.
consider not only the Individual -
patient but the Impactof 372:472& PLUMBINGCONTRACTOR EDMONDSON Taking: application tot I

UNITED FOR SERVICE. QUALITY AND VALUE Increasing radiation exposure 115 S. E,:2nd.St. 8JONES FHA-235
on the human race, the
KfflJl
booklet said.Particular. .
caution should be New Construction New Brick 3 and 4

used with X-rays of pregnant Bedroom Homes
"CASH CARL BEGGS And Repair LAND CLEARING
women and young men and wO- BENTZINGolrmvilk CaD for Details
ONLY" ''I8/S men of procreating age, the Gulf Service McGill
.1Je PHS said. "Sound theoretical: USED PARTS Acre 8> Lots, Water Low "Down Paymentand .

considerations suggest that e- Plumbing Co. 115 S.E. 2nd Street Holes Pushed, Land. Moderate Monthly
,IT.. Price for Wrecked Can
: Thru, August ven small amounts of radiation
scaping. Payments
exposure to the gonads hex M Boer Wreck Serrlee M.lroie, Flo.l 475-1691 3782311.
18th rMcKay glands) can adversely affect Fuel Oil and LONGCHAMP HOMES
the genetic Inheritance of future 4300 N.W. 13th. Street PHONE Phone 48U
generations. No amount -Vied Care -
Line Paneling of gonadal exposure Is so smallas Hwy. Ml N. W.... jnovlng INTERSTATE In Fla.MOBILE Call 9645606.Home. (U.S. 441)) 372-4226 964.1205 Ml Sooth. BUrfce

to" be dismissed as harmless 4OUMOpening __ tfchg GAINESVILLEGENERAL *r
4'X8'Reg. the booklet warned. WANTED TO BUY Trailer pole]
with electrical boxes, or will
$3.69 Sheet $2.99Our available now for Aug. buy the box or pole separate SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned
FARM oiled
Call and adjusted In
I 30 session! of Mama Priests 9647337. your
My Neighbors Nursery School. Phone 964- AND WESTERN STORE.W..tern' WOULD THE man from Brooker home repairs 500.; Vacumn cleaner
All
also.
n please) call again about this workruarant-
Best 49X8V Paneling "c,. 3 72S4.tchg. 8.26. : ad. eed. Dennis E. Coggins Phone
I "
431-1428'
(1..... RZFDHSHINGALL Work Clothes tfchg
I' Re,. $7.11. 'i,.... TYPES
.
.' '8 TRACK *Boots Stetson Hats
:
TAPE Decks repaired
Sheet NOW UPHOLSTERYCABINET
$648 and cleaned at Dahmers Discount Saddle Tack.V.terlnarlan FACTORY HELP REND
d r4.L fast .service tfchg : WORK
i Limited Tiro Limited Quantities Expert Reproduction SuppliesMon.

I GARAGE SALE. Aug. 14th Owen Joist of Florida, Inc. need dependable able
JACKSON ,
From 1.2 miles south of Intersection C. E. Wed. 8 to 6 bodied factory help. No
fl 100 & 21 toward Melrose Watch ISIS W.Madison. Stark experience necessary.
Used Lumber ) MBF .
$844)0
for sign. Furniture and Miscellaneous. Thursday 8 to 12 steady work, overtime, fringe benefits.
,
Up 2tp. FOR SALE-Bass guitar Hoff- Fri., Sat. 8 to 7 I IF YOU ARE WILLING T6 WORK APPLY

,. ner with case, like new. $195. Main St. Lake Butler
USED Marshall mike with stand $85. ATOWEN
TIN )
$5.00 SQUARE
) GOOD USED Automatic Washer Jumbo 12 .tr1I.c: Gibson. $225. Phone 496.6041 JOIST
"No sense In gains up- Electric Dryer $99.95. Shot gun. 12 guage pump, like

ry, N. Cheuy Behind. Cadillac l Phone 964-6078 she'e retted.signalling, she bn't In. 8/12.Dahmer's Discount. 2 ichi- new trade, ,100.preferably Accept.22.hand Polorold gun In CLASP ENVELOPES all Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday,

", f camera with case, $45. 964- . 8297. Itp J!
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