Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 19, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven


No. 4 Thursday, August; 19, 1971 Copy

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'. .., Fifty Call Street

", nc. merchants and land-

Rains "l ", .' '.. Race On Tap lords to have a been meeting Invited -

tomorrow ( Friday,

Muddy Aug. 20)) to discussthe

-, For Starke deteriorating

conditions in down-
town Starl c"

The meeting Is set at noon
"Roads In Starke and Law- Council SeatA at the Holiday Inn.

tey are in pretty bad shape
; At that time a Chamber of
after the recent heavy rains, Commerce committee brief
said Road Foreman Leon Ellington ..,; ;.,... ',\,!-'' merchants and landlords pre-
"And we expect more r % ; r. fM :','! '
a 1 .h ';;J',;, three-way race has deve- Street. sent -on what the committee
rain. ',:', .' \:" .'. loped for the Group 4 Starke Rosser, 38, was Starke police members see as the future of
"I don't even know whereto '( City Council seat vacated by chief for three terms, 1961- Starke. The committee will ask

start. We have the road ''A e. .'y ': Jimmy Bowen with Vernon Sil- 67. He was defeated 1,025 to for an exchange of ideas on

grader hard at work now. but t". 9 '."11a.1 14",IJ .,;.At, cox and Ernest Allen qualify- 607 by Bobby Biggs for the how to keep business in its
r : ifl, \/
we can't repair the roads until ing in the past week.Qually1ng chief's post In 1967. In the traditional downtown locationin
the water drains off. 'Illtl<<\' last election In '69, Rosser lost Starke.
< ; \ ends next Tues-
A lot of other roads are t .. out to Fuqua in a close race. Committee members Wayne
In bad shape with motorists day, Aug. 24, at noon. Registration (Rosser now lives in Saratoga Whlffen, local optoml-
books will remain
having to travel through a foot o- Heights, having recently moved trlst, iirlan Hamilton employee
or more of water added El- pen until Saturday, Aug. 28, into Starke from the Pine of Stump's l Department Store
The election is Tuesday
at noon. -
lington. 1 and Chamber Executive'ice-
September 14.Sllcox. President ,John Myers will give
The county averaged 8.5 Inches -
of rain last week, with ; local insurance agent, businessmen their thoughts on
rain falling every day in some r1 qualified Friday, August 13,and what needs to be done to revitalize
Allen Starke grocery store the downtown area and
part of the county. y4
owner, qualified Monday, August ask for a reaction from the
Santa Fe was the wettest spot .. 20. They joined Carlton business community.The .
.. .,'--
In the county, recording 10.10 ;
: : : Chastaln a fireman at Cecil
:: ;: committee is chargedby
inches during the week lasting }fi '
Field and a pulpwood operator.All .
the. Chamber Board of Governors -
from August 9 thru 16. The .
h aih -, o bhe't ':" three are seeking dry; office with businessmen
4 > contacting -
fire tower at Santa re recorded irds ; for the first time.
.. to find out if they
3 inches of rain the 9th, ,
.80 Inches the 10th, I.SO Inches M \t: ?Y+ :' M!..!i" I IPru. Silcox has been in the Insurance are Interested in Improving the

the 12th, .70 Inches the y ; .,., .I -} '\ "" '" business here for the downtown.All .

14th, and .90 Inches the 15th. 'KI!:,?" :. ..-" .. .,") lf'! past 18 years and is a life Call Street businessmenand
Santa I Fe only recorded 2.50 '.;- long resident of Starke. lie is other Interested personsare
inches of rain the 16th while married to the former Patsy urged to attend the lunch-

the county averaged over 3 '1 .' Roberts of Lawtey and they eon. A recent questionalre
, Inches of rain for the day. k .'. iL ,I ', have a son, David, now servingin mailed to business firms ask-
i \ the National Guard. ing for suggestions on down-
I.awtey, though thedryestspot town parking and other prob-
r in the county!; recorded 4.80 : ''V 4 ? ; Allen, 47, operates the City; (ftp- lems brought only nine repliesto
inches of rain, Monday the It th, ; Fish & Meat Market on Brown- the Chamber.
: lee Street. lie has lived here
l Despite !the apparent lack of
The 50 of rain
year average since 1930 and resides now
fall for the month of Augustis on Griffis Loop. Allen ran unsuccessfullY Vernon Silcox Interest on the part of Call
but the weather fore- Street merchants, the Chamberis
14.03, for a county com-
cast for the next three days : mission seat In 1966. Group 4 determined to make an effort
to start a project to Improve -
rain In
sees only more
add to the over 8 inches : Bowen is giving up his Group Breeze Subdivision. He has the downtown area
4 seat on the council after one served 7-1/2 years on the local -
which fell last week. : Ideas ranging from a simple
The I I Forestry Service's three I term for a shot at the police police force, Including a first step such as relocating
year and a half as a patrol- and themto
forecast limiting
day predicts partly V. ... loading zones
.I cloudy skies Wednesday with -- man. how to transform the downtown -
, I Fuqua, 36, has 11 years experience -
light thunderstorms beginning> into a shopping mill: will
'h late In afternoon,with showers A restful, rainy-day walk on a lake. in law enforcementin be proposed by the committee.
The' forecast Bradford County; lie has
through the nigh -
for Thursday 1 and Friday served two years as a city; Making Cull Street Into a
, mall with automobiles banned
patrolman and six years as
, is the same as Wednesday's.Fircnlcn .
I assistant chief, plus a yearas is termed a Utopia by Hamilton -

Immunized a county deputy sheriff immediately the committee chairman.
Most Horses
prior to his runningfor Hut such things as creating
Save police chief In 19C9. municipal puking and limitIng -
., G I parking and loading zones
Bowen, 37, is completing his
are not.
Housc0l1301 .#'.16>, ;# first term on the city council, It was decided at the meet-
Sickness"About having won in 1969 over Incumbent Ing of the committee Monday

Doth the Bradford County and Against Sleeping Gerald Williams and to attempt before tomorrow to
I.awtey Volunteer I lire Departments t' rt>t.ti Mrs. !Maurice White. lie has look into Die possibility of obtaining -
answered a call Tuesday served four years as a Starke urban renewal funds

at a house owned by Mrs. policeman. Is a Starke laundry from the I Federal government.
fete Crawford, five miles northof I still operator, and Is employed as That will also be to
98 per cent of the purposes. personally will vaccinate them.'' All sick horses snowing signs suggested
Starke on \US30I.According () horses In Bradford (County have know of 14 or 15 horses that of encephalitis should be reported a mechanic by lerwlllegar the businessmen present.

to Harry Green now been vaccinated against haven't been vaccinated but no As of Monday this week 65% immediately to a veterin- tors. Buildings at both the east and

Chief of the HCVI D, the two VEE (Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis one has contacted us about their of Florida's 165,000 horses had arian, county extension agent, McRao, Group 2 city; coun- west ends of Call Street are
fire departments quickly cxtlnguishid )," said County Agent vaccination."If been vaccinated. By the end of or state of federal animal disease -- cil, is 40 years of age and not occupied and could be razed

the flames upon arriving Hobby Taylor someone still has a horse the week Dr. G.W. Meyerholz control official, says Carlton Choitoin completing his third term on and the land used for municipal -
the limiting Extension: Veterinarian at the
on scene,
the council. lie has served
Dr Meyerholz as
No; case has been reported that hasn't been vaccinated all parking, the committee noted
the fire damage. 'Ihere! were University of Florida, anticipates Group 4 chairman. Elected In 1905 In a
here so far, Taylor says. they have to do Is call Monday, U funds could be
I extensive smoke and water da- that 90%, of Florida's "Some may race with Dr Calvin Houpt,
rrngo however. "As far as we are concerned, horses will have been vaccinated. been moved to Florida priorto chief's Job. That post drew McKae waelected In 1967 found for such a project. It
What started the fire in the we are finished for all practical or Dr. Mulllns or a state vet the establishment of a quar- the first three way race with without opposition, then beat was also recognized by the
I unoccupied house is still undetermined antine in Texas on Julv 13." present Chief Ken Fuqua and !Mrs. Elvira DeVoe' In committee that much local effort -
1969. would also have to
I. and under investigation !- said Dr. Meyerholz.Two former Chief Pill Rosser In go
I ; by the Sheriffs Depart :::s'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::: :::-.::; ::::::::::::wm :::::::*; ... the running. Rosser has quit Into such a project includingsome

I ment. weeks Is required after his Job and Is campaigning full local financial aid.

'.1 vaccination to develop solid Immunity time "e lost out to I FuquaIn If something Is not done to

I Meyer-holz says. 1969 by a narrow margin.All improve Uie downtown, the com-

.1I I : fi Calf Scramble develop During occurred.this If period previous Vfck\ exposurehas could qualified other for Incumbents re-election,have but mittee Is agreed bound Monday to come, Its withina demise -

: few Ml It will take
: jears.
as late as Wednesday after-
4 Signs of VEE Include fever noon had drawn no opposition. to draw trade away from the
I decreased attitude, drowsiness Only four days remain before downtown will be a new shop

I Work Begins and loss of appetite. Some animals they will be home free 'I he ping center

may have increased irritability candidates are Mayor Carl "I became reconciled three

muscle spasms Hurst, City Clerk Merrill Edwards years ago to the gradual demise -
cross-legged gait or braced Group 2 Councilman of Call Street but then

i Bradford's fifth calf scram- crossed, with the parents both It was decided the Chamber stance. In severe cases circling Jimmy (Potlicher) McKae. I ride through town and I'm
i i? 7r lnwu Mier ble, which has grown more purebred, would be better purchases would continue to purchase 10 convulsions and death ashamed," one off-Call Street
1brief run-down the
1 popular each year, is scheduled for a youth to feed out purebred and five grade animals may occur. on merchant has stated."Deteriorating .

for October 9, "not very because they put on poundage: as In the past few years. When these sUns occur and candidates: In
BHSFuJTBALLSEASCN far away" Chairman David faster than purebred animals. County Agent Bobby Taylor are reported by horse owners Chastain, Group 4 city council conditions
{ Smith told his 20-odd committee Trend among cattlemen Is a- In charge of the purchase, said state and federal animal health Is 51 years old and em- any" part of town affects us
workers Tuesday.1 way from purebred to the cross he will begin immediately to workers are prepared to Investigate ployed by .the US. Navy at the K 11 1Ernest 1- all, the merchant added. the
look of a town going to
; TICKETSGO Work toward the fifth annual breeds because the higher find that number of quality; and safeguard against Cecil Field Fire Department. dogs affects the attitude of the
ON SALEs scramble was kicked off at a poundage means more money calves with the Chamber's limited the possible spread of He also carries on a pulpwood he
buying public says.
Schulz said VEE from Texas. operation hear.
luncheon meeting at the Holl- budget. Laboratory
Tues., Aug. 24 > day Inn. George llugglns, recently Others agreed with Schulz, Chamber Executive Vice- tests may be needed to distinguish He Is the son of Mrs. Jes AlUn Chamber governors agreed

s, at the retired county agent,will but Mike Reed, 4-11 presidentand President John Myers stressed VEE from one of the sie Chastaln long-time for- Group 4 \"g. 5 that if anything Is donet.
be master of ceremonies again winner of a purebred calf to the committee that within other sleeping sicknesses foundin mer county commissioner and > improve the Image of the

i High School Office this year. In last year's scramble, said the next year or so the scramble Florida.! Dr. Meyerholz the late T.C. Chastain, Sr. Mayor Hurst 44, Is completing downtown area, some organization -
Call "Our to he was proud of his purebred is going to have to become points out. Eastern and Western Chastain was born and raisedIn his second elected term. such as the Chamber
> purpose" today. animal. Reed said he thinks self-supporting. Businessmenwere sleeping sicknesses are Bradford County and has He has II years In city; gov- will have to back the drive.
Mrs. Charlotte Green go to work, Smith, recently the boys catching the calves
told the donations they commonly diagnosed In Flor- lived In Starke over 20 years. ernment including six years on
named the top young ag still prefer purebreds becauseof ida reaching a peak during the lie resides at West MadisonExpire council A recent survey of down-
964.6640 In the state said. It will gave would be asked only a few the city two as chair-
the registration papers. But town parking by the Chamber
summer montl1l.1I0rse lie first
said and man. was appointed
be the second year the young Deed also said his family raise are asking some drew only nine responses. AU
when It will end. in 1967 to fulfill the un-
Bradford teacher had head- owners are requiredto mayor
Court Of F ag cross bred cattle and he said nine persons replying to the
expired of the late
ed the Calf Scramble Committee they grow off faster and weigh Idea of the scramble i Is to keep horses on their premises Tag Mayor questionalre agreed that parkIng -
she? (!dummunitu! for the Chamber of Commerce more. upgrade the quality of cattlein for 4 days after vaccination Randal Chitty and twice has won since election can be Improved In the
which the annual and winners of against VEE, warns Deadline for buying license as mayor said
k sponsors Paul Hutchlns, senior BUS ag the county, new downtown area. Six they
Mote Bank event. teacher said Schulz was cor- calves would be asked to donate panted by a vaccination certificate tags Is midnight Friday Clerk Merrill Edwards U think Call Street!,between Court

rect In his statement, but dlf- one of the offspring to as long as the state August 20, with the Tax Col- seeking his seventh term in and Thompson Streets, can be
Accounts How Insured Discussion Tuesday centered feriented between a grade ani- a future scramble. quarantine !is) In effect. Unvaccinated lectors office remaining open office, having first been elect- transformed Inexpensively into

Up To $20,000 By around whether to change the mal and cross breed.Hutchlns to have an all- horses will continue to until 7 or 8 p.m. to handle ed In 1959. The city's most an attractive shopping mall.
Plans are
Chamber's policy of buying 10 said the Chamber cannot toucha Thereis be under quarantine. For Interstate the expected last minute rush, popular politician, he has eas-
Fedora I Deposit pure bred and five top quality; top cross breed calf for the day program this of year.a little britches shipment one should lays Tax Collector J.K. Kelly ily( beaten every attempt to unseat Four said the purchase of

In Corp. \ grade animals for the scram- money it has been paying for a possibility In check with their veterarlan and "The office will not be open, him, Including an attempt long vacant and deteriorating
sura nc. the
i ble. Art Schulz, Brooker cattleman purebreds and top quality grade rodeo regulatory( officials for addi- however August 21," said Kel- several years to make Ms office buildings to provide off-street

said beef cattle calves (S.. Page 6)) tional requirements. ly. appointive parking should be considered.

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by Mrs.
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Brenda Joy.Griffis Weds And Mrs. Darby

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick Mrs. W.E. Bollard and daughters \ '.!, t .;,, Curtis G. Lee Home Rites Miss Sandra Melessa Gamble Mrs. Charles Darby and Mrs.
have returned from a week's whoM marriage to Terry Carl lIurst entertained at a
of Marietta, Ba. and Crag '
visit with their son-in-law and Joiner of Tampa were week- a ,r i f ,1 Miss Brenda Joy Crisis man assisted In serving Ray Page, was 'an event of brfdge-luncheon party; at the
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald end guests of Mrs.Carrie Ward. { daughter of Mrs. Ruby Crlf- After a wedding trip to St. August 13. wax. honored at a home of the latter on Searing
Fltzpatrick, and their son. Bill 1 CIa and the late Edward Grtffls Augustine the couple is residing bridal turner Tuesday Aug. street last Friday morning.
Myrick. student at Baptist Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison '. and step-daughter of Mrs. at'924 Ralford Road. The 10, given by the ladle of the Arrangements of mixed summer -
Seminary+Arlington Texas. returned last Thursday ,!tterten i 9 Mary GrlI l. was united !In bride traveled In a purple pants Northslde Baptist Church Inure flowers were used >In the
days visit with Mr. and marriage to Curtis Gerald 0.r- salt with whit accessories and church recreation hall. party; room*. As guests arrived
Mr. and Mrs. Rowe Lataye Mrs. Harrison Jr. In FortLau- ..w't ry) Lee son of Curtis T. Lee the orchid from her wedding The refreshment table was they were served tomato Juice
of Jacksonville and Mr. and derdale. They took their grand- t, and Mrs. Rose Perales on July bouquet. covered with a white cloth and before ploying> bridge at the
Mr. Reginald Miller and Tommy Harrison home ': 30 at 8 pun. at the Perales held a crystal punch bowl at nine tables. After four progres-
daughters of New Orleans, La. after son. he had spent the summer r p l y home on Ralford Road. Rev. ShowerFor one end and a cake decorated Ions five prizes were awarded.
were last Wednesday guests of here. The Harrisons attendedthe o William Lovell performed 1Mnuptials. Bridal with light blue rose and white At noon, luncheon was servedat
Mrs. Gladys Canova. wedding of their granddaughter ,, t Mrs. Lee love birds at the other end. the nine tables, which were
Deidre Harrison/ to Wedding music was providedby Games were played by the covered with linen cutwork
Mrs. Chris Perales and Mrs. George,Cable on August,whileIn ,,H R, stereo At t Tew Home 15 guests after which the honoree cloths and centered with miniature -
Travis Woods took Mr. and Fort Lauderdale. Mr. and Vows were exchanged before opened her gifts. arrangements of summer
Mrs. Rafael Perales back to Mrs. Harrison also visited her an arch of burning: tapers Mrs Jerry Lee, a recent flowers .
their home In Garden City; mother, Mrs. R.T. Hlpps In flanked by baskets of white bride was honored at a linen Mr. and Mrs. Charles Law- Assisting In serving were
Kan. after a three week's visit gladioli, pompoms and daisies. Mrs. E.D. Tenly Sr., Mrs. Philip -
Waycroas, Ga. over the week- shower Monday: night, August ion and family of Tallahassee
here. Mrs. Chris Perales Mike Tew attended Mr. Lee Vallenga and Mrs. Drew
end. !9 1, given by Mrs. Joyce Smith were Thursdayovernlghtguests
and Mrs. Woods spent Aug. 6 as best man.. Mrs. Sharon Brewer and Mrs. of his parents, Mr. and Mrf. Reddish.
and 7 with Mr. Perales who Is R.-El.et Ken Fuqua Mrs. Mike Taw served as Mike Tew at the home of the H.A. Lawson. They left their Mrs. Levon Andrews visited
In Corinth Miss on business Chief ef' Police. ;, matron of honor. She wore e latter on Belford Road. children Laurie and Alan with Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Andrews
for several weeks.Re'EUct iw w white and pink gown with empire Arrangements of lummer flowers their grandparents for six days in Panama City; Friday and
A bow
watt pink satin
were used for the oc visit. Saturday
Ken Fuqua, The Methodist Women's Sun- i Ir Yr was worn !la her hair, and the casion. Games were played during
day school class had a dinner
r carried a bouquet of pink daisies
Chief. ef Pellce. party Tuesday night at Jullngton with pink streamers. the evening and prizes a-
Creek Restaurant !In Man- warded. MOW OPEN
Given In marriage by her .
Keith and Kathy Cllllngham darin on Mrs. A.J. Eaves'birthday. t the Forty-two; guests were Invited
of Tampa are visiting their : Mrs. Eaves also celebrated uncle, Woodrow Grtffls. to attend between the hours, 8
white satin
bride wore a long
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. her birthday[ Sunday gown featuring empire waist, to 9:30.:
Guy Sale, at Klngsley Lake when her parents, Mr.and Mrs. lace sleeves that tapered to her
this week. The Gillinghamfamily' L.C. Early, took the family
t wrists, and rows of lace ruttladecorated Miss Underhill
Is In the process to the Red Lobster Restaurant 'N ;,, :, with seed pearls.Her
moving to Miami. In Jacksonville.Mr. /Is Honor
shoulder length veil was secured GuestAt .y' L
Hatch to a tiara of seed pearls r Bridal I
Col. and Mrs. H.M. Shower
and Mrs. Marvin Earlyof
er returned Saturday from two Meridian, Miss spent the : and white sequins.diamond She worea t-- ...;."..."' ,""' "" '" _. ,..w ..... A
weeks tour of the West Includ- keepsake pendantand Miss Darlene Underhill..
past week with Mr. and Mrs.
ing Yellowstone Park, Sun Val- L.C. Early. pearl earrings, and car- bride-elect of Aug. 17, was 118 S. COURT
ley and Fort Leavenworth,Kan. ried a white Bible topped with honored at a shower on Mon BEHIND KOCH BY LARRY
orchid and)
white daisies
a ,
day, Aug. 9, given by Mrs.
Mr. Clyde B. Terwtllegar DRUGS
baby breath with satin stream
Dr. and Mrs. J.W. Hayes Jr., daughter, Anne, and nephew Hermon Gamble at her home.
of Jacksonville were Sunday ers. A focal point In the living
Lee Scott, spent the week A reception held In the
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. E.W. end at Lemon Bluff on the St. F den of the Perales home where room was an arrangement of Flowers For A tt Occasions
Hayes. white flowers centered with an
Johns River near Sanford.
two baskets of white gladioli,
open umbrella. The refreshment
Mrs. Charles Parker and daisies and pompoms flanked: table was covered with a Funerals
family' of Cocoa spent Thursday Mr. and Mrs. James Black- the bride's table. The table white lace cloth. At one end was Weddings
to Sunday with Mrs. Carolyn shear were on a business tripto ., was covered with a lace cloth a cake decorated with love
Redgrave and family.' Orlando last Tuesday to over pink linen and centered birds, pink roses and a pair of Cil 9 ; ?,
Thursday.Mr. .... with a three-tiered wedding wedding bands. A crystal punch
cake topped with a bride and
bowl was at the other end of the
R. Eleet Ken Fuqua,
and Mrs. J.B. Godwin groom At either side of the table.Approximately'.
and daughter, Cheryl, of Arcadia cake were sliver candelabrawith PERMANENT FLOWERS t
Chief' of' Pellce. guests en-
Lt. J.G. Godwin Jr. of pink tapers. Miss Viola Joyed the games after which the POTTED PLANTS
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parks of Fort Banning, Ga., and Bob Y Crlffls cut the bride's cake honoree opened her gifts. The
Atlanta spent the weekend with and Linda Godwin of Chagrin J Mrs. Jerre Crawford greeted hostess presented the honoree
Louie Belle Falls, Ohloareepending7lureday : 1 guests at the door and Miss WE DELIVER
his mother, Mrs. ,-: with a party-percolator as a
to Sundaywith Mrs. Eve Rose Mary Griffls kept the
Parks. They were accompaniedhome ; ,4 "' \' memento of the occasion.
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by their daughters, Mar- Baldwin and relatives. bride's book.
X11J' The table
Jana had punch was covered
Ian and who spent ;
Mrs. James Blackshear and with a lace cloth over pink Lillian
several weeks with their grand i'Jli Miss Stump was hostess Will AppreciateYour
mother. Mrs. William Carter and son, I V linen and centered with a crys- Monday night at a sur
Benny: and Paul Canova III ,. .' tal punch bowl encircled with prize neighborhood birthday Business

Mr, and Mrs. J.R. Weldon went to Camp Weed Monday '-Crr ;.1J4if,.''f ;;. greenery and pink florets.Mr. party for her niece, Mrs.Brian
and family of Jacksonville where the boys will remain Travis Woods presided at the Hamilton.
vislUng his mother, Mrs. Gladys for the week. Mrs. Blackshearand Pretty Eleanor Lee of Starke will represent Lake CityIn punch bowl. Mrs. Shirley Free
Mrs. Carter visited Bev.
Weldon, over the weekend. the Florida Crown Beauty Pageant Saturday night.
and Mrs. R.E. McBlaln >In Apalachicola -

Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Hunt of and spent Monday

Sarasota etta Hunt on visited Sunday.Mr. Henri- Marshall at S4nGeorge Island.Dwight Second Starke Girl

,Mr. and Mr*. Herbert Thomas Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen( In Crotvn
attended Mr*. Thomas' attended a barbecue dinner Sat- PageantEleanor r _
1930 class reunion luncheon at urday night at the home of Mr., '
the home of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Hans Icbhardt In Lee, 19 year old for one year a* "Queen of the
Arthur Nichols at Crescent Gainesville honoring Dr. and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Florida Crown." The object 0
Beach Sunday. Mrs. F. Richter and I1A Rich- 11. Lee of Starke, will represent of the contest Is to select annually I II
ter, who are visiting here from the Lake City Jaycees the lovlllest young lady
Murry McRae left Sunday tor Berlin, Germany. In the Miss Florida Crown con- In the Florida Crown which II IIw
basic training !In Orlando. 15 counties In lIJG
Navy test Saturday night, August 21. comprises the
Re-Elect Ken A graduate of BITS and a for- northeast Florida. .
Mrs. Vergle Flynn visited Fuqua 1 11 set GS '
mer employe at the VA Hospital ihe swim suit Judging
her slater, Mrs. Bessie Fax- Chief of' Police. she Is now enrolled as at 3 p.m. and the evening: gown SAVE
on, In Gainesville over the a sophomore at Lake City Community finals and the crowning of the .mw '
weekend. Local admittances to Bradford College. queen will begin at t S{ p.m. SAVE
County Hospital! this week Also competing In the con- Both of these events will be
Mrs. F.W. Strickland and family Include: Mrs. Mary Clemons, test will be the Strawberry free to the public and held
and Mrs. N.P. Riccardi Lake Butler; Mrs. Alice Ca- Queen, Mary Ann Barton, who In the Jacksonville Beach Col
and son of Miami spent several son, Ralford; Mrs. Nellie R. will be representing West Coun- iseum.
days last week at Daytona Grlffls and dire. Norma Le- Jacksonville, and the 1971 s>' *,"4
Beach. Mrs. Riccardi and son Fevers, Graham; Albert B. Strawberry Queen Ann Terwll-
are spending the month with Malmsjo, Keystone Heights; Rendn' Program
legar who will be representing --. >* .
her sister, Mrs. Strickland, Clyde M. Johns, Adro Brown the Starke-Bradford County .- ..
and family' Cecil Addison Carl L. Bedford Chamber of Commerce. Party Planned n sA |IIS-|| :: *::: .::: .
Samuel Gad-
D. Brown Contestant will be judged : :: s::
son Griffls, Mrs. Mettle McKinney All boys and girls who filled A
Palo Lucayo In attire
Mr. and Mrs. their street swimsuits .
Mrs. Margaret Learn their summer days with magic +N s
and son of Tallahassee were / and evening gowns on I > i
hlrandMrs. Mrs. Ann Kirkland and Albert and /fun by participating In the .lli.:1
weekend guests of beauty, poise and personality.
il. Williams Bradford irr
James Barren. Starke. The young lady declared the County Public Library'S ill
winner by the Judges will serve "Magic Maze" reading .
Mrs. George Flynn Jr. and Mr. and hire A.B. 11111 of program are Invited to a party; t !
Laurel, Mis*. are visiting their from 10 to 11:30 ss .11
Mrs. R.V. Turner attended the a.m. Monday = ss ..-. .
Florida State Association of son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Beta Signer Phi Aug. 23, at the Starke Recreation f s :. :: .
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Supervisor of Elections meetIng and Mrs. C.G. Hill, at Kings- Department. : I "
at Crystal River last Wed- ley Lake this week. Members of Beta Sigma Phi Reading cards will be returned ,, s** *:. ;
to Saturday. Sorority and their husbands are and a magician will r.: :
nesday Charles Edward Sapp !is vIsIting !Invited to a shrimp-boll to beheld highlight the fun. All participants -

John S. Woods, who was a his aunt, Mr*. W.B. Mun-: Saturday, Aug. 21, at 6:30: will enjoy games and
>In the Gainesville VA dy, at Klngsley: Lake for two p.m. at the Enlisted Men's Club, refreshment.
patient has been transferred weeks. They had as weekend Camp Blending.

Hospital to the :Starke Nursing !tome. visitors, Brenda, KImberly and .
Susan Sapp. Duplicate Bridge VJZIIJ.E "''11i1J

seed Mr.of and East Mrs.Point R.R.Ca.Turnip-were Miss Anetta Flynn of Atlanta Results Given :

overnight guests of Dr. Is visiting her parents, Rev. ...,0 .. I
Sunday WI" WI'
Adams and Mrs.John Flynn from Tues Mr. and Mr*. John Mussollne ....
and Mrs. H.H. -J
day to Sunday. were the winning coaple at Du-

Hew Arrivals where plicate there Bridge were Tuesday four table night On Air Conditioners Left

In Recreation play at Center.the Pratt Street

Mr. and Mrs. LeonMlahNorman Ernest Jenkins and Curtis
Jr., Starke, announce the Sanders were second: and Mrs In
G.. birth of a daughter, Sandra Hilda Dey and Mrs ucUe Da- Stock
Selena, on Aug. 15 In Bradford vie were third.BLACKWELDER.
for little whiz kids.
County Hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Over- REUNION Free DeliveryEasy Terms

newStump' street announce the birth of a AT DADE MEMORIALThe
son, Marcus Wade, on August annual Blackwelder'Reunion -
12 In the Alachua General Hospital. wUl be held Sunday, Aug. 5,000+ BTU$112.50
22, at Dade Battlefield Memorial
+ Park located on U.S. 301
David McKnIght has returned near Bushnell Just off 1-75.
after three months In Oxen All relatives and friend are 8,000 BTU ------174.00
Hill, Md. where he had been Invited to attend and requested ,
residing with his sister while to bring a picnic lunch. .
working In Alexandria, Va. lie The reunion start at 10:30 15,000 BTU - 211.00
will return to his studies at a.m., with lunch served at I
St. Johns River Junior Collegeon P.m.

Aug. 26.R..EI.ct. 18,000 BTU230.00 .;


? .(Jhlef ef' Police.Mr. COUNTY TELEGRAPH 24,000 BTU281.00

LIIu IqYgMb.tlIMerrrp car M Yn dM 1? 10w and Mrs. Marcus Conant Published every ThurwUr
Y Li .Y.r.WYy Inv of Gainesville are renting the at 138 W. Can Street
.,Awo..rrr.w James Blackshear home on Starke. Florid 320M This Is It Must
r-Irrll-w r..IL Klngsley Lake for two weeks -----------------=--- hey Go !
aw10.99 b =ll.99 See.... class poUf e paid .,
Mr. and Mrs Jim Cha teen
at Stark. D'lortdatlaMcrlollas
and family attended the No-

bell family reunion at the home Bates SIADE GAS

of Mr.St. Simons and Mrs.Island W.1I.on Watsonat Sun- la rode area M.OO per AND APPLIANCES

5 day. year S2.7S *ta months.OeUMo -

R -EU! n St. Phi. 964-7701 :;
""r years. a...sis erea0e .
Chief of Police.

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Raiford Decide On Incorporation
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Residents of Kalford will go It Is proposed that opera- serve without pay. 'the council present town, and star shapes ez, Mrs. Alice, Cason have ,been and MrsElsie appointed ,
Mrs. Norman Prichard and to the polls Monday. Aug. 23, tion of the town will be financed will employ a city; clerkto out to Include the HI-Lo storeon Gordon Election Commission -
Merritt Williams
Mrs. returned Mr. and !
Mrs an
Jimmy Clem- as
by cigarette and the records. the east and Dobb's Ser-
four children of Itldnefleld last Wednesday from and decide whether or not their gas of voter registration -
ons and son visited !Mr. and tax revenues received from the The area proposed to be Incorporated vice Station on the west. In charge
Conn are visiting her parents town will\ be Incorporated under
weeks visit with her conduct the
two son- Mrs. Jimmy Newman\; and to
and family
Mr. and Mrs. M.W. Townsend, the mayor-council form of state, which are estimated at : Include: the Immediate Three women of the community -
for two weeks, and also visitIng In-law and daughter, !Mr. and In fort. I auderdalc over the government. from $300 to $500 per month. populated area of the. ; Mrs. Katheryn Alvar- election on August 23
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee daughter Mrs. H.L.in Slcfferman Petersburg and, baby Va. weekend.Mr. With this revenue, It Is hoped ., .... .....
Crosby. Mrs. Hill Collins of and Mrs. Dave Paulk Anyone living within the boundaries that the town can finance a .
Jcnklnsburg, Ga. was their Mr. and Mrs. S.I.. Puck Sr. and Mrs. Frances Stone visIted of the proposed city lIm- fire department a wl-equlp-!
guest last week. returned Saturday from two Mr. and !Mrs. Tom Mar- its, who la a qualified electorof ed playground,and street lighu.
weeks vacation In Niagara.: tin In Gainesville and Mr. and Union County, la eligible to A police department Is not Elect
Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson I Falls New York I'hlladelpliia Mrs. I..M. White In Chlcfland vote. Polls will be located at planned.The .
and children spent Saturday to and andVllllamsburg, Va. They on Sunday. the Kalford Community Center charter provided for an
:Monday at Daytona I Ucach. were accompanied by their. son and voting will be between the elected mayor and five city; VERNON D.SILCOX.
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jo', hour of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. councilmen, all of whom will ,
Sgt. Billy Dcnn Thompson of Mrs. C.I.. Walters of Danville, Palisades Park, N,
Patrick Alit I and Miss Linda Va. .1.Boyer are visiting of his mother,Mrs. ..........................................tfTony's
Deep of tainesvlllc, were Sunday Ella Moody, for two weeks.
dinner guests of Mr. and Clyde H. TerwillcgJir.lr.visited i Shell Service i :
Mrs. Leo Champion. .. his mother. Mrs. 'Ferwille Cdr. and Mrs. John ii. Xanell.i -
;.tr Sr., and aunt, Mrs. MaryS. USN, and five children
Nolan\; In Miami over the of Shelton, Conn spent the past : 435 E. MADISON ST. :
II.". Turner attended a busi- weekend. ten days with Mrs. /anella's TO YOUR
ness meeting in Orlando last Mr. and Mrs.A. I Francis -
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hitman parents
Wednesday and Thursday. lie of Media, I'a. are spending several Paul. This Week's Special!
was accompanied by his daugh days with Mr. and Mrs. Council
ters, Vicky and Claire. Mrs. J.L. Bradley Jr., Mrs. City
Donald Icy I.nkc.W Thornton at Kings- Robert Autry and Mrs. Jeffrey 2. Thurs., Aug. 19th Thru Sun., Aug. 22 .: 1 v,
Jackson attended a mem- GROUP 4
bership meeting of the Gaines- rjy
a ville -layceo Auxiliary Thurs- Tune-Up! $6.50
day, Aug. 12 at the home of .
Mrs. Mary Lou Walters In Capable Sincere Reliable L.
Gainesville. The local Jaycees
plan to organize an auxiliary PLUS PARTS :

the last. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Star- : ALL PARTS AND LABOR GUARANTEED : '
held Thousand ot professional a/c earning mrjinp good tax money-.ervI"r IN work growing i', in ling and daughter, Shelly, have -........................................N .. . . .
tereslmg and satisfying, And the demand for trnned returned to their home in Arlington -
consultants is increasing each year Texas after spendinga ..
Now. $ -therriexclusiveenethod t preparing week with their parents, !Mr. J -1'-- IF ...
Ic e-- wdleacByhou of and :Mrs. W.L. Thomas and Mr.
income 1 tax> returns, ,in two special income tax tuition and Mrs. Joe Starling.
courses basic and advanced Supervision by expen Join The Carrier
enced Block instructors and application !Mrs. Kutli Reynolds has returned t Comfort Parade i
Course covers current tax laws theory from llartsvllle S.C.
otfirp-v from coast to coastFeatures
as practiced in H & R where she attended the funeral
include of her mother, Mrs J.H. Compton -
Choice of days and class times Sr.
Diploma awarded upon graduation ,
Employment opportunities for :Mr. and Mrs. T-.L. Matthewsand t 4F'f
f t
qualified& graduates grandchildren Kevin and
NOW I! For Complete' Details Mary Anne Miller, spent the
ENROLL Write or Call weekend at The Plantation In

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s- Mrs. W.H. Hart and Mrs. Arc
.N.. Walnut St., Starke, Flo. PH 964-8286 W.E. Thornton returned Satur- sI t
30 .N.. Marion St., Lake City, Flo. PH 752-9426 ista day after a two weeks tour of
Please send me free information about the H&R Block the West. They visited friends
Income Tax Course. This is a request for information and relatives in New Orleans; t _
only and places me under no obligation to enroll. Provo and Salt Lake City Hrlg-
(Check One) (1(J BASIC r n J ADVANCED ham City, Utah; Denver, Colo. _ t
and Jackson, Miss.

ADDRESS NAME -. liev. and Mrs. V.J. Hags- _ _
CITY. PHoNe. dale of I Hillary were Friday t
.. STATC .ZIP CODE overnight guests of Mr. and t
.CLIP AND: .MAIL'TODAY: 0 Mrs.: Leo Champion. I




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ROSSER Tony THE,ROSSER Sherri Renee FAMILY, Bill r t

CIIIIF: OF POLICE Add On-2 Tons Of Air Conditioning To Your System $

While campaining for Chief of Police I have talked to many businessmen and everyday cit- t Carrier

liens who are very concerned about their taxes and utility bills feeling they could be cut If JfeP* t
wasteful spending could be stopped.Let .

me call your attention to the City Police, Department budget for fiscal year 1970 and 1971: t. INSTALLED$6

For As J t
Amt. Budget Amt. Spent Amt Overspent JTMr

1970 $94. 638.96 $12:>::180.5J 25541.54 t
1971 $112. 583.15 $140,322.21 $27,739.06 t s
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TOTAL for 2 yrs. $207,222.11 $260,502.71 $53,280.60 I f-- ; ;

I know that my 17 years business experience, 3 years of this as manager of a financial

institution, 2'i'! years as paymaster and time-keeper of large
a construction company ___ __
I (employing over 230:> employees), will assure you that I will end this wasteful over spendingof 1OO\

I your tax dollars. .t OOfJ--a.1 t

Stop Ami Think t .

Do you want a Chief who is experienced In proven leadership? .,;;., t
Do you want a Chief who will find a solution to our parking problem? is -::] ,

Do you want your business protected night and day? t HOME OWNERS -.L P .
Do you want a chief who will protect your children? .
Do you want a Chief who will keep peace in the city? t

If the answer Is yes, I feel that my past experience and leadershipwill assure you that
this.will be done.

Qualifications Add 2 1/2 Tons Of Central Cooling $ t

Police Academy Training To Your Present System For 725CALL

I 7% Years Local Law Enforcement As Little As '"
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6 Years As Your Chief 1961 1967 -

17 Years Business ExperienceLocal

Man Understanding Local Problems. t
US TODAY 964-7701

Let's/ Straighten/ Out Our Police Department I

j! Through/ Proven Leadership

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City Sets I LAW T E Y
X r rrrrw rrrr rw.r By Eaa Blueb.rd rr rr.r.rrrrrr -.rrr

Q War On DogsDogs Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cashing,

CmnrGr Ctuff CIIURCII SCHEDULE on Klngslev Lake on Sunday, In and Mrs. L.M. McClellan of Major during the week were William and DMIUS,' spent last
Grace United' Methodist: Sun- celebration; of her 85th birthday Lawtey, and his maternal his paternal grandparents Mr. week touring the mountains of

.:-_:-.:.:.+++.r'X _Y1 r"__.:___;._lrASnQ: ::.g... ._._......n_ :.>>:-:.""_-4"."...s..,..,...4Xrrh....2r67> M i Beware! The city lion day School 9:43: : a.m; Worship anniversary. Approximately grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. and maternal Mrs. grandmother W.E. Ma lor., and Mrs.his North Carolina.
the Ui 11 of State
war pa services a.m.Vednesday 40 members gathered for Mack Sweat the Farm. Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Crews
BOARD MEETING Due, Dog Catcher Milton G. !MY'F 6:30: p.m. Prayer meeting this occasion and all enjoyedthe Miss Rachel Hover of Jack- Lillian McChrlsUan, of Miami. and daughter Rachel of Albany,
President George Roberts! announced 4-HALl. TOURNAMENT! Mansfield says, to the mem- 8 p.m. day together. Those from sonville and Mrs. Cecil Wade !Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Gasklns Ga. visited Mr. and Mrs. W.H.
the following com- We still have our 4-ball bers of the canine population out of town were !Mrs J.Q. and Miss Beth Ferrell of Tampa were visiting his sister, Mrs. Green Thursday to Monday.
Tournament planned for Sep- which are stray or Church of God; : Sunday School Vanett Keen, In Doctor's Hospital Art Green
mittee chairmen at the club'sboard mangey Futch and daughters, and Mrs are spending a few days with Their nephew, returned -
meeting on Thursday, tember 3, 4, :5 and 6. Registration the City of Starke's leash law ID a.m., Worship services 11 U......l" Welch of Plant City; Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Moore. liospltal.fuse at St. with them for a visit.
Aug. 12: In the Pro Shop. Alsoon will be strictly enforced. a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Family Mrs. A.B. Futch of Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. J.II.! Morris, Vincent

Social Committee, Ben Mox- Saturday and Sunday, 4th Chapter 4, Article II, sec Night Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Futch, Way- Sr. and daughter, Cindy, of
and 5th, a chipping contest will tions 4-12 of the Ordinances
City cross, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. A.B.
Junior Golf Committee, ; Hogolusa La. spent Saturdaywith
ley; be held with prizes for the states: Highland Baptist: Sunday Green Cove Grand
L.M. Gaines;Tournament Com- Hosier, Springs Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Priest Ole Opry
mittee, John Watson; Tennis winners. "It shall be unlawful for any School 9:45: a.m. Worship ser- Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sauls and and Mr. and Mrs. John Morris i
dog of any kind to run at large vices 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. family and Mrs. Johnny' Craw- ,
Fred Barker
Committee, ; ANNOUNCEMENTSFor! within the city limits to be Prayer 7:30 who are snendimr a few Show
or Wednesday Meeting In
Greens Committee, Jack Ilaz- ford of Macclenny; Rev and days here. On Sw1dnyJte\ Person!
the Tennis Players A the of the
Committee : upon streets city at p.m. followed by choir practice. Mrs. Charlie Redding! of Ral.
en; Building Charles Improvement Doubles (mixed I believe) any time day or night, unless ford: Mrs. Dale Jones and son Priests and their guests vIsi- AT THE
Flynn. Tournament will be held Sept. said dog is in an automobileor PERSONALS of Ilalatta and Mr. and Mrs. ted Gen. and Mrs. D.O. Mor-

The the board possibility is still of workingon starting 3, 4 and S with an entry fee other conveyance, or unless Friends of L.P. Hufuse! will Edward Hicks; and family of ris and family at MacD ill AFB, BLUE GRASS SPECIAL
of $3 per team. Register In said dog is muzzled and Is regret to learn mat he is ser- Fake City. Tampa.
of the back nine
construction let's the Pro Shop or call Brian accompanied by its master, or iously ill in St. Vincent's Hospital Mr. and Mrs. James E. Nor- Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Starlingof
holes for our course this, so Hamilton some member of the master's Jacksonville. man and children attended the Bartow, Mr. and Mrs. Car- COUNTRY MUSIC PARK
try to encourage projectto We have plans to start our family, or unless said dog Is roll Starling, Jan and Kevin
Starling family reunion last
the highestBrian Stag Night going again, and fastened with a leash and held FAMILY PICNIC at National of Mulberry Mr. and Mrs. '

lected to Hamilton the board has of been directors e- we'll be having a Father-Son by Its master, or some other The family of Mrs. Robert Sunday Springs Approximately Park Juniper 90- J.E. McIver of Ocala, Mrs. in Hion *yjoi LA'WrEY< fLORIDA

to fill the unexpired term Tournament in September. Stay person for its master." H. Futch honored her with a members took part In this great AI Perser and Mrs. Mac San- finNY. "',..,,"NalhrWe% T"" ...
tuned-in for further details. Any and all dogs will be picnic at Strickland's Landing event. ders, Denise, Nisa and Cathy, THE
of M.L. Elder Would like to announce here caught and kept one week. But of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Mal-
that "The Hook" (after knock- any dog who gets his masterto David Mr. and Mrs.and George Kelly, Ile GrIffis of Ralford were Tom T. Hall Grand Ole Opry Show
STEAK SUPPER Ing on The Telegraph's door pay pound fees can go home Donny Tracy, JoinedIn visiting Mrs. H.C. Wainwright
Students Attend
Committee will a family gathering at the
Social .
Our after 5 p.m. Tuesday for six after a three day waiting period. during the week. .Starring.
home of Mr. and Mrs. E.B.
sponsor a steak supper and months) is passing on his ability To lodge complaints, any dog Johnny Brown has enlistedIn
dance on Saturday, Sept. 4, to drive Gene Matthews can phone 964-5400 (the police Safety SeminarSusan Rowe and family in Chlefland. the National Guard and Is TomT. Hall t"
at 8 p.m. Music will be recorded crazy to Marion(KilowattHar station) and leave his name, This was honoring their son taking his basic training at
and the charge will rington. So get your news In address, and phone number. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Fort Jackson S.C. M ir IM Grand Ole(}pry I
be $5 per couple. If you can't Edwards and Sallye Mrs. Gene Rowe and familyof MERCURY RECORDS ti
to the Pro Shop by Sunday But If we're smart enough, Ray Reddish and son Michael -
make the supper, then come on afternoon Meng, both students at BHS, Springfield, Va. who are eta
puh-leezet dogs, we will see to it thata of Sarasota visited Mr. and *,1,lint-Sim-iiilCuntf SfcirVirvrt
the dance at $2 attended] the first annual Youth visiting them this week.Thirty-
to per cou
member of is Mrs. B.E. Reddish the '. tsa
our family over ",."n soul Ole Ofiry .. W.
enjoyed this .
ple. Let the Pro Shop know NCF-21 FINALS with us when we're uptown. Safety Seminar last Sunday. day weekend and Michael remainedfor .
by August 28 if .you plan to Age 9 and under: Joey Her- Susan, daughter of Mr. and of picnicking together.Mr. a visit with his grandparents. -
res, Starke, 1st; Dwayne Rus- Mrs. J.M. Edwards Jr., and and Mrs.Truman Norman .
I sell, Gainesville, 2nd; Barry LCCC Offering Sallye, daughter of Mr. and spent the weekend! with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith I i.mcJ:
Mrs. Reggie Norman In Chief-
eat.NEWS Thomas, Starke, 3rd; Brian Mrs. Paul S. Meng, were elected of KIngsley Lake were visiting Ray Pillow

\ ABOUT Thomas. Starke, 4th. ScholarshipsFor by the Bradford County land.Mrs.. Clara Olson and Mrs. Annie M. Crews and attended -
Girls Division: Kathy Red- Farm Bureau to attend the daugh- Church with her on Sun- PLUIMIKE
ter, Mrs. Virginia Dannlel of
fearn Keystone Heights. 1st. Musicians three-day seminar conductedat Mrs. George Guthall and JOHNSONSauiuliMHIurCram.( :
Jacksonville and
Mr. and y
Age 10-11: Bill Tuten, Palat- YMCA Camp McConnell.: Mrs. children spent the week with ,
Albert ,
SERVICE MEN ka, 1st!;; Don Davis, Palatka,2nd; Music scholarships are now The Safety Seminar sponsoredby Maxvllle Smith and daughterof her mother Mrs. W.M. Red '

Jim Merrill, Gainesville. 3rd; available at Lake City Com- the Florida Farm Bureau and Mrs. Lee were R.visiting Green Mr. dish.Mr. I sgerr THE BIG BE) \'I) IIAMHLERSTHE
Clay Cole, Keystone Heights, munity College for talented people Federation, was billed as the Thursday.Mr. on and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs t '
in the areas of voice and most comprehensive safety pro- and children Huntsvlile. Ala. I 1-1'1 i DLLERIDCE GENTLEMEN
1st.Girls Mrs. Coleman Phll- ,
Division: Linda Rich- piano, Including Instrumentalists. gram ever presented to Florida UDB and win of Macclenny are -visiting Mr. and Mrs. A.D. I I

ardson, Keystone Heights, 1st. young people.Instructors. Friday. overnight guests of were Mrs. Dobbs this week and Mr. and
a Age 12-13: Marty Kennett, from state and Phillips. Leslie Phillips and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of Jackson- Saturday Only August 21
,41 Green Cove, 1st; Chuck Wa- Dill Poplin, LCCC music coordinator local law enforcement agencies son Byron spent ville were Sunday visitors.
ters, Green Cove, 2nd; Matt said that the most along with qualified Red Cross with Mrs. Phillips.Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Dobbs attended SHOW STARTS 8:00 P.M.

Herres, Starke, 3rd; Kevin important qualification will be and other safety personnel con- Lamar Priest and a the wedding of Miss ADMISSION ADULTS SIM
Mlsamore, Palatka, 4th. ability in music reading, rather ducted the courses.An cousin Debbie Turner and their grandson CHILDREN' UNDER I U. FREE .'ITM'..FNT .. ..
Edmond Alllndor, spent the .eo eo. eo. . . . ........... .. .
Girls Division: Beverly Davis than In solo work."Participants entire defensive driving weekend In Cedar Key with Mr. Joey Dobbs at Hide Park

1. Green Cove, 1st; Christine in the course, sanctioned by the A- and Mrs. P.H. Day and family. Baptist Church Saturday night.
Brokas, Keystone, :2nd.! ship will be scholar- merican Safety Council, as well They went deep-sea turning and
program expectedto
Age 14-15: Bobby Hayes Key take In as Instructions on electrical, had a great time.
stone, 1st; Bret Cole, Keystone, musical part organizations some such of our as water, fire and personal safe- Mr. and Mrs.H.C. Kelly spent
I 2nd Scott Foster Green Cove ty were presented.
; two
College Choir weeks touring
Instrumental interesting
alrw w 3rd 4UX; Tim Wahl, Gainesville, Ensemble, etc." Poplin said. ihe Old 1 points In Virginia, Tennesseeand I. SOUNDINGS
He added that those Interestedneed VlrZE/t Georgia, and visited re-
Age 16-17: Paul Mulford
latives. i
not to be
t, plan music ma-
Green Cove, 1st; David Smith, Mrs.
jors, but should have keen musical T.L. Wainwright returned -
Gainesville, 2nd; Mark Ward, interests and after a several visit
Palatka, 3rd; Jim Jones, Green with Mr.and Mrs.Jack Brassell

Cove, 4th. Persons Interested in a scho- I and sons in Westmoreland State
Age 18 and over: John Ken larship should write to Bill Park, Montrose, Va. and they ..w .NOW
nett Green Cove. 1st: Chris Poplin Lake City Community; took her to see some Interesting ..
Smith, 2nd; Wayne Casey, 3rd; College, Lake City Fla. 32055 ff no substitute ii"There'll forroimclenre points In the state. r

Chaplain (MAJ) Leonard T. Ted George, 4th (all of Gaines immediately to arrange for an unless It's livingin Darren McClellan of Jessup THRUSAT.
Melton, son of Mr. and Mrs. ville). audition-Interview. u nniiill town." Ga. is spending this week with
L.L. Melton, Star Route Hampton his paternal grandparents. Mr.

has Just returned from .
Vietnam and is now spending .
30 day leave. SW At BACKTOSCHOOLSALE I I I a ---

Among his decorations are 1
the bronze star (1st oak leaf
cluster): air metal ((1st through4th

award) and army commendation
metal Cat oak leaf cluster DAYS

Along with his wife and 3

children they will be going to j : I
Homestead Air Force Base, Perm Press
:Florida, where he will be the BOYS i !L. Open Sunday Afternoons I

brldgade Artillery Brigade chaplain AD.for the 31st I SPORTSHIRTS 1 100% DOUBLE KNIT PIECE ''L r3 _

Cadet Howard E. me Velgh Long tleava atyllng ,( i
son of Mr. and Mrs. HowardE. I in choice of aohda.atrlpat
ft ,lane,tea.Available { PANT SETS > !
:SIC Velgh) 3051 ColumbusAve ,' In 6-18.' 4 4fI $ 7 ,. ____
y ,'
; + ,
:, Jacksonville, will complete
six weeks practical workin 0 Rai \ Flare leg pant with matching wide r- i
$ A! *a g stripe belted long sleeve tunic, lop. J",
military leadership at the 88) Fresh new colors in SML.MEN'S ...
Army Officers' Training Corps ;

advanced summer camp at Ft.' .
Brnor N C .'"Iv an i
Mc Velgh a student at the T.Sanforized 44

University of Florida, GaInes- .
ville, Is one of more than 13,000 ,
students receiving ROTC sum- ; Cotton
mer training at six Installations _
In the United States. BOYS FLARE $12481
His wife Marilyn, lives on JEANS --
Route 1, Keystone Heights. Button fly styling w4 I Perm
.paten pockets. 6-1'Ia reg. i Press FUTURISTIK f ;I''
Long Sleeve Slyle

Cadet John D. Warren, ton I C 1L. -:1
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. SHIRTS : a.:

Warren, 376 N. Myrtle St., 32 Sizes SOLID STATE l ,'
Starke, will complete six weeks 1
practical work In military lead- : ho-38 9 py UHF 4 VHF reception. TeV'$898BI 1

ership at the Army Reserve year guar. on parts & labor. R

Officers' Training Corps advanced \ Picture & sound.
summer camp at Ft. -

Bragg N.C., July 30. Long Sleeve DELUXE CASSETTE I DELUXEA.C.
Short Sleeve REALTONE
Warren, a student at the Uni- or Long
versity of Florida, < Gainesville SPORTSHIRTS' NYLON TOPS I .- .FM RADIO :".
Is one of more than 13,000 '* Stretch' nylon .in solids! OUTFIT w/CASE ';J'' fY
or stripes. Sizaa 3-1 Works on batteries
students receiving ROTC sum-
;; Battery, earphone, :.I I r9'' or house current.
mer training at six installations Perm press poly/ t\
JT88m recording cassette
.. .. : ,
cot. In Bell .a. : .
In the United States.ills 4 Wp
Sues S-XL .
wife, Lynda, lives at 30322 To 2.29 t 1.774 ,
Diamond Village Gainesville I 266'
Fla. t Stretch Nylon'GIRLS ,

-- '. 3 99 ; SLACKS ; r

Cadet Harold Bowen 20, son Eiastidied.. waist"
of Mr. and Mrs. Perry E. t. Nude Heel permanent.A..at, colors aitccreasa |' ,
Bowen Starke will -t_ mT-u.
we-'c!' practical work in f. 2BB
mill tak' Leadership at the ,SPANTY HOSE -
Army 11, ';rve Officers'TrainIng MEN'S )) I Wispy. lntie wonders In. 3-d a ".18 T .v k Includes batteries -
corps advanced summer 14 oz. DenimWRANGLER arm she lite e-14. d buln-In AC line .
Nuelrll. leshionI O cord & cigarette 5763 ..
camp at Ft. Bragg, N.C., July """" .J
14. I OUR REG. 896 iightercord: adaptor

Bowen, who Is a student of I JEANS 2 J

Florida State University Tal- Authentic *e.lerf. cul. .:. J i iI
lahassee, Is one of more than in aNII. I
13,000 students receiving ROTC t tt

summer training at six installations 1 '
In the United State.
1 f t
( f Entire Stock of

Private Larry A. Troupe, 15J Girl Reg. 39C BACK TO SCHOOL Isa

son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore PANTIESPrints BOY'S SHOES a2 L

Troupe, Enigma Ga., recently 4 solids .In leather end vinyl, uppers
completed eight weeks of trainIng $ issue leg briele, In .brown, b'scii' .end. REG.Cotlons4arons :
as an Infantry direct fire inLilies antique. Sues' a'h. 3. TO 3.91 \
crewman at Ft. Jackson, SC. .214.'J
He learned the techniques of MEN'S 2" LEATHER BELTS BACK TO SCHOOL ''l s

fire and tactics of a rifle 00 3.' GIRL'S SHOES REG S1 8 94Li
squad, patrolling, Individual With the leteet"in-etyie" s3 1 $ 11
day buckles. 2 O6. Brown red and dsm T LO
combat operations, landmine fOR brown In sites '''',3. 3.91

warfare, land navigation, communications ,
antitank warfare,
and the firing and maintenance
of the 90 MM and 106 MM re-
com... rifles. rte. ALWAYS 1st QUALITY IS

His wife Gloria, lives In

Hampton, Fla. .. -
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Head Start Graduation TO WHOM IT '-----BBVXBJ--BJBJBJ----IHll-BBB----

I City Budget MAY CONCERN : Tony's Shell Service :

T: This Is to Inform you that
t the ad that regularly read
"Friday Saturday" will now I 435 E. MADISON ST, :
Session read ""Thursday Friday Sat.
Set onlay." If our ad appeared In This :
four Friday paper It should : Week's Special'Thurs.
now appear In Wednesday evening .
or Thursday morning.This .
f4d Handing tile city council a At the same time Tuesday "Dps" the selling date 1
one day.
completed 10-month budget report night, the council was forced: If there Is any question, please 1 ., Aug. 19th Thru Sun., Aug. 22nd 1
Tuesday night Clerk Mer- to dig further Into Its funds call Mr. Martin Rhodes, 688- 1
rill Edwards said he was ready to buy an $8,000 turbo charger 9631.:
to go to work after Wednesday for a power plant genera Sincerely, !
but he needed at least a FREE GREASE JOB
day'. rest.Edwards. tor."Ohl"! Councilman Jimmy Martin RhodesAdvertising

said he worked all Bowen said after being bitten C I
weekend. Including night, to for the latest Item. The coun- Advertising' Director With Every Oil Change .
ready the report. cil also voted to pay $862.50 Eagle Family Discount .
Chairman Nell Tucker, the to the Florida Municipal Utilities Stores 1 With This Coupon :
i a report In hand at last, got the Association: to use In Its
r council to agree to meet next fight to have natural gas rates &------- -- ------------
4 Tuesday night at 7 p.m. to lowered.
begin work the bill Clerk Merrill Edwards, In
on spending ,..... ......
which Is expected to total a- his continuing complaint about .
round $1.25 million. the doubled gas rates, said that ..
Clerk Edwards warns, how- Florida Gas Transmissions Co. .G iA .D. .
These five-year-old youngsters took part In graduation ceremonies at the 1971 ever, that there Is only $8,000to has made millions of dollars< fo .
Head Start Program at the IUE School Friday night. play with In the new budget. more In the State of FloridaIn :
I From the left: Wayne Slocum Carolyn Plttman Eric Lane, Lisa Blackshear Dwayne He pointed out that last year the last year, all of It pro-
Tyson. Valorle Ma mm, Theressa Perry, Maria Cannon, Elaine Searcy Timothy he budgeted $93,000 for nat fit. There Is no reason for the
Nugent, Lisa Williams, Symatha Harmon, Debbie Orleman. Instructors are Mrs. ural gas for the power plant gas rates to take such a Jump,
Jessie F. Jenkins and Mrs. Betsy Meng. and this year, after prices have other than the profit motive, i! OPENINGVISIT i
more than doubled he budgeted Edwards told the council.In .
$163,000. other action, the council:
-Voted unanimously to set iDINING
mlllage at 7.5 mills, same as
It was last year. Attorney
f Scramble... George Pierce said he doubts i
the council can raise mlllage ROOM
(From Page 1)) legally while the President's
moratorium on prices and wages
Riding events sponsored by the
Is In effect. H. said the AT
Bradford Roping Club will
pre- same reasoning applies to salaries -
cede and follow the three
anti. ryi un .I for city; employees."It's .
scrambles. the price the council ..... ......
There will, as usual be chic- pays for running the city; ," CLUB 100
ken and pig scrambles. Pierce said.Referred.
Mrs. Frances Jen-
Huggins agreed to run the ,
kins to Recreation Director
i r 1971 received show last at yearnone.the same .fee Home he Gene Rayburn In her quest for : FEATURINGSR 100'4 miles East

Jj )1' LcLJ&& the Economist pigs.given the Martha Job of Sue greasing McCainwas additional for creation Pierce the, a Board Reno recreation member area.assured of activities Attorney the Mrs.Re- i of Lake Butler

: Committees appointed by Jenkins the requests she pre- I ST leAKS

,1 ) ; : Chairman Program David Committee Smith are: :C.T. sented suggested Involved she no contact problemsand Ray- II I I

Hugging, chairman: Mac Bald-
.. .. John burn.Authorized Bob Pattersongas
-- --- --- --- --- win, Bud Mizell, Myers BAR-BmQ
Paul Hutchins. Art Schulz. department head, to go
From the left Anita Mulberry, Howard Johnson. Annette Lee, Valorie Randolph( Publicity and Programs:John ahead with a cathodic protec-
Tony Parks Valorle Jenkins. Monlque Rushle, Theresa Armstrong, Eric Hankerson Myers, chairman: G.T. Hug- tion survey costing $600, to
Anglia Norris, Bruce Perry Islah Williams Instructors are Mrs. Louise Mobley gins Bob Ferguson Larry purchase a gas meter costing
and Miss Daisy Murphey. Bruner, and Sam McGarvey. $300 for the high school cafe- CAtSFriday
Rules: Mac Baldwin, Chair- te ria.
man; Bud Mizell, Martha Sue -Heard/ report by Fire Chief
McCain, Art Schulz, Bobby Taylor Harold Glasgow that a 15-
Dream Worth $5,899 To Tnibie RoweA Arthur Gasklns, Paul Hut- hour fire fighting course Is
chins,"Maxie Carter, G.T.Hug-/ being taught here next week
by an Instructor from the Florida Night 20
gins. Aug.
"numbers" dream brought mile down Highway 92 to the It was the ninth payoff of Physical Arrangements: Bob Fire College at Ocala.
$5,899.60 to Truble N. Rowe, Kennel Club, purchasing a 4- $3,000 or more made at the Allen, chairman Allen Tarle- Glasgow said he had invited
of-Route 2 Starke at the Daytona 7 Big Q ticket again. Kennel Club this summer. ton Gene Tanner; S.R. Hicks appropriate city employees and
Beach Kennel Club last firemen from Lawtey and KIng- FREE CHAMPAIGN WITH EACH DINNERT
This time, the 4-7 came In, Harvey Smith, Warren Carver
Thursday night. and he exchanged for a 5..7. Ted Oglesby, Gene Rayburn sley Lake. The council also
TOM T. HALL asked him to contact firemen ----IN PERSONThe ----
Francis, Norman W1I-
which made him the only win- Charles
Mr. Rowe, who Is a 20-year
at Hampton and Brooker about
employee at Dupont's Trail ner. "I 1 only spent $2," he TO APPEAR HERE the Instruction.
I Ridge mining operation east of explained, "I didn't even have cox.Calf Selection: Bobby Tay- -Delegated Councilman One
Starke, dreamed about a 4-7 that $95 qulnlela ((4.7 In the Tom T. Hall will bring his lor, chairman; Harvey Smith Wiggins( to see If the $8,000 Playboys Band
and 5.7 combination Wednesday first race). "I've hit several Grand Ole Ory Show to the Ernest Trlest turbo-charger: needed for the
night, Aug. 11, and when dally doubles on numbers. I Blue Grass t clal Country Chicken Scramble: Arthur electric plant can be purchased
dreamed about, but they never Park .aturday, Aug.
he woke up the next morninghe Music on Gasklns, chairman' Jack Has from firms other than White
knew he had to make the paid much," Mr. Rowe says. 21, Including special I guest star, en, Martha Sue McCain;! G.T. The council would like APPEARING MONDAY THRU SATURDAY.
Electric. :
90-mile drive to Daytona Beachto "This is my first big pay Ray Pillow.., also direct from .
Muggins. to ask bids on the generator PLAYING ALL TYPE OF
follow through on his "vis- off. I've been chasing it for Grand Ole upry.Iall .
Ion." about nine or ten years." / has had at least one Pig Scramble: Paul Hutch- If other firms handle It.
song, and sometimes several ins, chairman; Martha Sue Mc COVER CHARGE
Ills first stop was at the Mr. Rowe, who owns nine In the country music charts Cain Connie Clark and Mau-
Daytona Beach Jal-Alal Fron- greyhound pups, asked to be consistently for the past seven rice Edwards. - -
ton, where he played a 4-7 paid In cash and he missed years. lie !is also a song writerof Contestant Selection: Judge
Big Q. lie tore the ticket up playing the third race becauseIt note. Theron Yawn, chairman David
when die 2-6 combination hit took him so long to recountIt. Smith, Paul Hutchlns/ Martha
and then went a quarter of a The August 21 show at the Elect
Sue McCain, Bobby Taylor,

........................................... also Music Include Park Mike near Johnson I-awtey( will and Harviiy Smith, Billy Dampier.
the Sounds of Blue Grass, the Judges Committee: John To-
i ,, 7 'LORIOA Big Bend Ramblers, and the rode, chairman; Charles Francis -
__ Bluerldge Gentlemen. Zedra Hamilton, Ervln An- JIMMY (
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: Stock Sow 10% : S1W"HPIIA' 91i1"T' I Chief Of Police .

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; Phoenix Palms ............-...........15.95 : Capable Qualified Dedicated Experienced

Pam Pas Grass ...........--........ 4.99 : I

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I,II.I.. I i As Your Chief I Promise:

S Si 5 LBS. FRESH NECK BONES .24 Hours A Day Protection.

I m 4 LBS. TURKEY NECKS I 1=j:1:1::: .
,I To Continue With Personnel With Character And Unquestionable Reputation.
1f% 3 LBS. KNUCKLE BONES i j1jjl
: S 'm. 4 LBS. FRESH PIG FEET j 1 1 *To Continue Law Training For All Personal Of The Department, And Give

: L r. : s% 4 LBS. HOG MAWLS \?:m1;:> Them Proper Supervision.
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-:?' .<:< Their Home.

I i What are they? i 1'f...., !8m::

: : *t ). .To Cooperate With All Other Law Agencies.

I Who CareS!! Spectracide' contains Diazinon : :: .

and it kills chinch bugs,earwigs,bermuda mites,ticks, : M..3 CHUCK ROAST OR STEAK LB. 69c To Cooperate With Merchants And Chamber Of Commerce In Working Out A

I : armyworms, cutworms, leafhoppers, sow bugs, lawn : '::0. Solution To Down Town Parking.

moths, ants, chiggers, crickets, millipedes and practically : ROUND SHOULDER

:S your.anything lawn.else Spectracide that's bugging .: i b ROAST OR STEAK LB. 89c *To Be A Counselor' With Our Young People.To .

iz simplifies lawn and garden insect rO' i iiz : tJ Give You Strict, Impartial, Law Enforcement Without Brutality.

control. II

i Kills German And "triedf i i ji::i::: ROAST LB. 89c I Promise You Better Balance As Your ChiefI
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i American Roaches Also : ::::::
I PT. B NOW .............._-.... 3.77 f" : ii::: 59c
: 5 OZ. NOW.................... 1.87 : :
Your Vote And
I. P m f SMALL BARBECUE RIBS LB. iMl Support Will Be Greatly Appreciated

i GOLDEN MALRIN 1 lb. S 3 and Down f
Reg. 1.591.37 m ;
FLY BAIT Sib. R.g. 4.89-4.47. : ......... 18 21's Register At City Hall For City Election. Take A Part In The

Pent MONEY BACK : f f. SMALL PICNICS ..Whole LB. 39c f g r Future Of You... City. Books Close August 28.
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I NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE In The County Judge's Courtof of Geneva EUiworth Chnfcde- In The Circuit Court Of The of SEl/4. Lying S of Cr Rd 1. That area lying between A. Yawn Jr. for !
Notice Is hereby given that Bradford County; Florida.In ceased, are hereby notified and Eighth Judicial Circuit In And In Sec. 9, tws. 6S Rge 22 Runway 10-28 and the Florida whose, attorney address Is Box petitioner cause the Seal. of the said townto ;
r. P.D. REDDISH as Sheriff Probate required to file any claims or For Bradford County ,Florida. E Except W 270' thereof. Gas Transmission line. 340 Starke Florida and: file be hereunto affixed this the
I of Bradford County; Florida In Re: Estate of Nora Bell demands which they may have Civil Action Case No.DlvI.lon Also: NI/2 of NE1/4! of NE- 2. That area lying betweenan the,original with the clerk of 12th day of August 1971, A.D. I
I under and by virtue of Writ against said estate In the Office Carl Hurst Mayor
Sapp deceased. 1/4 W of Rd 200 and Nel/4 old grade road and Bland- the above styled Court
on or
; Attest
I of Execution to-wlt; of the County; Judge of Brad- In Re: Marriage of Michael of NWI/4 of !NE1/4 of Sec. Ing fence bounded on South before September 20, 1971 Merrill Edwards
I Execution Issued outofEtghth NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll :: ford County; Florida in the David Shaw Husband, and Mo- 16, Twp. 6 S Rge 22 East by Florida Gas Transmission otherwise Judgment be; City; Clerk
I Judicial Circuit Court of Bradford creditors of the estateof Courthouse at Starke Florida reen Shaw Wife.NOTICE This change in classification line. Trees along side the entered against a for may the 8/19 4t 9/9 :::
I County;} Florida pursuant Nora Bell Sapp. deceasedare within six calendar months from OF ACTIONTo Is subject to a public hearing old road are marked with relief demanded in you the petition.
I to a Final Judgement for William !. hereby notified and required the date of the first publication : Moreen Shaw 6414 DerbYShire to be held on Tuesday Aug. yellow paint. WITNESS Land and the
I C. Powell Jr. of Starke, to file any claims or of this notice. Each Claim or Drive Apt F. New 31, 1971 at 7:30 p.m. In the 3. That part of Section 31- seal of said my Court this August SALE BY SEALED BIDS
(Florida and against Paul E. demands which they may have deVnand must be In writing and Orleans LouisianaYou County; Commission room of T7S K23E and Section 6T8S 11, 1971. The Board. of County Commissioners ,
I and Jettle Justice together with against said estate In the office must state the place of resi- are notified that a Petition the Bradford County; Courthouseat K23E belonging to Gilbert S. Brown Clerkof of Bradford County .. :
I costs of collection of the County; Judge of dence and post office addressof for Dissolution of Mar- which time all persons Interested Keystone Airpark property.; Said Court. as ; Florida will receive sealed ':
Have seized and have In my Bradford County; Florida In the claimant and must be riage has been filed and you shall be heard for or This Includes portions of I Gilbert S. Brown Clerk bids on scrap metal. Junk and '.
[possession the following described the Courthouse In I. Starke. Florida sworn to by the claimant his are required to serve a copy against the proposal as specified and 2 described above. 8/19By 9/8 junk cars until 1:00 P.M. on ",
personal property; to- within six calendar months agent or his attorney or It will of your written response or In the Zoning Code of Bids will be accepted in the August 19, 1971 at the Brad
wit from the date of the first publication become void according to law. pleading to the Petition if any Bradford County.; following form: ford County; Maintenance Shop, '
The S 1/2 of SE 1/4 of SE of this notice. Each William H. Cent on Petitioner's attorneys Bennett -John'roroie, Chm. A. Sealed bids only. NOTICE on North Grand Street. These
1/4; EXCEPT SE lit of claim or demand must be In Executor: of the Estate of Schwartz and lank, Post Bradford County B, Bid on all merchantable August 12. 1971! items may be seen at the main
SE 1/4 that portion writing and must state the placeof Geneva Ellsworth Chab De Office Box 1292, 11 West University Zoning Hoard Pine Timber excluding young tenance shop. 8/12 2t 8/19
lying East of State Road 100, residence and post office ceased. ; Avenue Gainesville planted Pine.C I, Carl Hurst, Mayor of the
and all lying and being In address of the claimant and Florida. 32601 and file the 8/12 2tp 8/19 Did must be accompaniedby City of Starke Florida by vir-
Section IS, Township 7 South must be sworn to by the claim- Eugene F. Shaw original response or pleadingIn a check for 10% (Ten Per tue of the authority; vested in me LEGAL NOTICEI
Range 22 East. The S 1/2 of ant, his agent or his attorney 142 West Call Street the Office of the Clerk of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO cent)of the bid amount.D. by law do hereby call a First will not be responsible for
SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 lies Westof or it will become void Starke Florida the above Court, on or before REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Date Time and Place of Primary Election to be heldat any debts made by anyone other
State Road 100 and East according to law. Attorney for Executor September 13, 1971. If you foil Notice Is hereby given that bid opening: the> Fire Station in the fore- than myself. Thomas Benjamin
of county; graded road. Muriel Lee Kelly as Admin- 7/29 4t 8/19 to do so, a default will be entered the under.lgned.D1der the provisions September 14. 1971, 8:30: P.M. said City by qualified voterson Wallace. 8/12 2tp 8/19
As the property; of the above istratrix of the Estate of Nora against you for the relief of Chapter 20,953 Laws at Keystone Heights City; Hall. Tuesday September 14, 1971,
(named defendant and that on Bell Sapp deceased prayed In the Petition. of Florida. Acts of 1941, will For further Information con- AD., for the purpose of elect-
(Monday the 30th day of Au Elzle S. Sanders NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WITNESS my hand and the register with the Clerk of the tact County; Forester Allen Ing the following officers.
I gust, 1971 at twelve o'clock 138 West Call Street REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME seal of this Court on this 3rd Circuit Court, In and for Brad- Tarleton. My Neighbors
I Noon on said day on the premises Starke Florida 32091 Notice Is hereby given that day of August, A.D. 1971. ford County Florida upon proofof Virgle Homer City; Clerk City; Clerk for two years.
1 of the Bradford County; Attorney for Administratrix the undersigned, John L. Mal- publication of this notice of 8/19 3t 9/2 Mayor for two years. g01t TosR'f
I Court House at the East Door. ton, 5734 Knollwood Drive GILBERT S. BROWN the fictitious name of NEW Chief of Police for two years.
I1 will offer for sale and sell 8/5 4t 8/26 Jacksonville Fla.. Intends to Clerk of the Circuit Court ENGLANDER MOTEL under In The Circuit Court In And Group 2, One Councilman for
I to the highest bidder for cash engage In business under the By: Beulah M. Moody which I am engaged In business For Bradford County; Florida.In two years.
I In hand the above described fictitious name Starke Elec- Deputy; Clerk at U.S. 301 North Starke Re: The Marriage of Roy Group 4, .One Councilman,
(property; of said defendant to In the County; Judge's Court tric Service, at 130 N. CourtSt. Bradford County; Florida. F. Hundley husband and San- two years.Inspectors
I satisfy the aforesaid Execution.P.D. Of Bradford County; Florida ., Starke Ha. and that he 8/12 4tchg 9/2 James V. Porchiazzo U.S. dra K. Hundley wife. Mrs. Margaret For Said Prevail Election Mrs.: I)
301 North, Starke. Fla.
will register said name with NOTICE OF SUIT
Reddish. Sheriff In Probate SIn the Clerk of the Circuit Court, NOTICE James v. Porchiazzo owner To: Sandra K. Hundley 949 Mrytice Mrs.Dennis Mrs. Irma Bu-
ford Peggy Mrs. ,
Bradford County; Florida Re: Estate of Geneva Ells Bradford County; Florida. U.S. 301 North Starke, Fla. South Oriole Drive Virginia Louise 7enley, Mrs. Jo Ella
worth Chab, Deceased. --John L. Malton sole owner. George J. and HHdegardElchermuller 2 Dated this 2nd day of August Beach VIrginiaYOU (lardy Mrs. Edward Burns.
| 8/5 4t 8/26 A.D. 1971 dt StarKe Bradford
NOTICE; TO CREDITORSAll have made Application ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Mrs. Garl Mathews William
Creditors of the Estate 8/5 4t 8/28 July 28, 1971, to the County; Florida. that a proceeding for Holland Merrill Struth.

....... .-.. ..-.. .-.. -.... ..- ...-.. ...-.. .-... .-... ...-... for Bradford re-classification County Zoning Board 8/5 4tp 8/26 dlsolution of your marriage to Alternates For Said Election:
of the property Roy Hundley has been filed
p- r- w- LEGAL NOTICE Mrs. R.O. Dansby. Mrs. L.N. "Had cane of creeping par-
; described below from RIB in the above styled Court, and
to BR and KM! (Mil Park The City; of Keystone Heightswill you are required to serve a Pickering Mrs. Eston Jordon, al>',<1". brought on by too much
By Special Request: "\ nd Motel accept sealed bids on Timber copy of your written defenses Mrs. Shellle Gerle.In creeping socialism and creep
That port of Wi/4/ of SEI/4: located on Keystone Airpark If any to It on or before testimony whereof I here- ing Inflation!"
of SEl/4 & El/2 of SW1/4 property; as described below: September 20, 1971 on Theron unto subscribe my name and
Sale Extended To August 31 .









,Limited Long Grain Rice >r.':::.. 39cMIN'MOl : I ; CUTColgate ,

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;, It was a great pleasure at \r-__
to enter the '
I our Recreation last meeting Hall at Pratt Street _____ ___________

. where the ceilings have been p p

floors repaired scrubbed the walls and painted waxed.and It i __, I I

made us all feel good. __________
Our treasurer Emma: Morton -
wrote to the Pronto Corp.
which had served a delicious .
balanced meal for 34C to the
Executive Board of the National /
Council of Senior Citizens. LLi ,
Washington, D.C. With Ice
cream and coffee Included the
total cost was :SOtf. Their answer
was that they had an
outlet in Miami and were plan-
ning further expansion in other ,
parts of Florida.It eFEF : :
] was interesting to note we HAVBlONlT
that an article on the editorial] PRICES GOOD THURS. AUGUST 19 WED. AUGUST 25
page of The Telegraph] by Rua-
eel Kay "Why Not a Senior IRICINil
Citizens' plate" makes good FRIDAYS UNTIL P.L
sense. Perhape our local] restaurants
could provide such
meals for us and traveling senIor USDA CHOICE W.D BRAND SUP BONIIESS ROLL /
citizens.We dt
have had a Senior Citizens / / i
Club In Bradford County for Chuck Roast. La. 99C ; r
almost ]10 years and have now .
added Unit#2. It would be ben-
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tidal If we could promote similar
organizations In Clay Union
and Baker Counties. Thisis Cheese.lS.69c '.
our goal. As well as havingfun
and companionship of our BRAND BEEF NEW YORK 9 r
and education pertaining 1
to Social Security and Medicare 1 1 INP"i
we must look forward Strip, Steaks..10 AVG.: $998 ,
to attract those people who II
within a few years reach our W D BRAND PURE ((10 LB. $5.69)Ground ) A

we age try bracket.to keep In our this members respect I FRESH BOSTON BUTT

Informed as to their needs Beef 5 Las. $2"HUNT'S
rights and what to expect from PORK
our elected representatives.
Furthermore we constantlyseek
beneficial appliances] for Q
the continued good health and ROAST
comfort of our members, such BUTTER : ,
as the ]IPPB Breathing machine ,
for home use and will forms
which will prevent their possessions &
from going to Pro- KETCHUP
bate Court hearings.for lengthy and expensive

This leads up to the fast I I Limit 4 with $7.50 r m r pure ho
approaching White House Conference
to be chaired by Dr. excluding cigarettes.
Arthur Fleming] former head
of HEW.I We know that the -
National Council of Senior Citizens LIB.
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Retired Persons Nat'l Association -
Retired Teachers religious ] (QTRS.)
organizations. Labor Unions 44 56<
and other groups are studying
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National Health Security Act
which will Include every A. LESUEUR

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will bring to fulfillment the
purpose of the Ilypocratic Oath.

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5 with $7.50 or mar purchase excluding cigarettes
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Will they reject the aged and .

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Our next meeting Is Tuesday COPYRIGHT 1971. .. .

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> COli NTr Vol. 93 No. 4 August 19, 1971 2nd Section I

miligr 4 -

The Suettttt Slraicbfrrltf TM SU of Maven i

Satellite Beach Longhorns Win

1971 State Slow Pitch Tourney


The 1971 State pitch Softball, went to the plate
Championship scoring 73 runs In two
games horns hit three home runs In alive and set the stage for
Slow Pitch Softball 13 times and was walked Intentionally -
and had defeated the Gardenin
the seventh for the 20-17 win. Hick Turner. Hick proceeded
played at Starhe's Westside this tourney's opening game. The home runs were back to to hit the' first pitch over tile seven times. In 13
Park Friday and Saturday, The Longhorns hit 11 over the back, and three of eight: that fence for a 12-11 win. trips to the plate he was put
August 13-14 before large fence and defeated Smith's 23- out only once, a !ong fly ball.
were hit. In the final 2 games The Garden then, was only I
crowds and all of he five for six
I Die fans received Officially was
7.The which first pitted Die undefeated one win away from the finals
I f their money's worth as Longhorns tasted their Jerry's team against the, with only the Longhorns block- with three home runs.
the field of six Henry Scott of tile Longhorns
teams providedan only defeat when they met Jer- once defeated Satellite Beach Ing their path. the Satellite
action filled tournament, according ry's Catering in the second team, the Longhorns cracked team had their, hands full, but collected the most hits of the
i to Recreation Director game for both teams with nine home runs and 29 base came out on top by the score tourney by an individual,getting
Gene Kayburn. Jerry's sending the Longhornsto hits to record a 27-21 win, of 2U-I7. Once again the home 15 in 21 times at bat. Henry

; ., 'J'" The Satellite Beach long- the losers bracket 15-12, which hung the first defeat on run ball was the, difference as hit 7 over the fence and had
horns fought their way out of even though they outhlt Jerry's Jerry's.The the winners hit 8 out and the 14 KHI's.:

';: the losers bracket to whip Jer- 1817. Longhorns took an early Garden hit 4. The big blow (Gerald; Martello of Jo's Piz-
r '71 ry's twice for the state crown The Longhorns quickly became 11-0 lead after only two timesat was Henry Scott's first Inn- za earned the tourneys top bat-
and a trip to the U.S. Region- the champ of the los- bat. In the bottom of the ing grand slam. ting average based on a mini-
'. als this weekend in Merritt ers bracket at the expense of second Jerry's got back In the The Garden should receive mum of 10 trips to the plate.
/ y?q Island Enroute to the champ- the host team, Garden Restaurant game by plating 10 runs and credit though, where credit Is Martello, like Waller, was retired -
/ ionship the Longhorns socked but it was not an easi- trailed only 1110. Jerry's then due. They certainly did not quit only once, getting 10 base
I 44 balls out of the park ly gained victory. The state took a 15-14 lead after three, Kayburn says 'llicy trailed 12- hits In 11 trips to the plate.
The Longhorns champs had more trouble with innings and led 16-15 after four. 4 after two and a half Inn- :Martello{ was credited with 10
gave a
'\" 7-- .....-- view of what was to come pre-in the Garden than they did with The Satellite Beach team took Ings, 12-6 after three, madeit UB1 and hit six home runs
"/ the winner ortJlewlnner's the lead In 13-9 at the end of four.
their first game. Their vic- brac- the firth and led and posted a batting average
..J' ..,-'I: ,", ... ,l tim was Smith's Plumbing of ket, scoring the winning runs 22-20 at the end of six and the In the top of the fifth the of ,90( !).
I ...., ".-:..-.., ., ... .. in the final five State Champs went ahead 15-
*-- ------ :- Ft. Walton Beach and Smith's runs they plated In the Rod Luce of tile Longhornswas
9, but Garden scored six timesIn
had a host of credentials. First The Longhorns and Garden top of the seventh were not tile bottom of the fifth to dIe home run title by hit-
Eddie C. Moors, State Commissioner of the Florida Amat.ur Softball Association, presents of all they are the team that were tied at 16 all after six, to be overtaken by Jerry's. tic the game 1515. Satellitehit ting eight out of the park. The

the trophy to Longhorn manager Jim Reiman. won the District n crown, by Sunday afternoon, but the Long- The championship game saw a home run in the sixthto leader of the Rill category also
-- the Longhorns score four runs go ahead 16-15, Garden used belonged to Luce with a total
in each of the first two Innings two hits and a sacrifice fly of 17.

to lead 8-0 before Jerry's in the sixth to tie it again The state tournament was everything -
Seem Good scored five times in the bottom 1616. and a little more than
Prospects of the second. The Long- In the top of the seventh we thought it would be and
horns made it 10-5 after three
three back to back home runs we want to express our thanksto
and about that time it seemed produced four runs for the win- everyone concerned who
Jerry's decided that it mattered ners for a 20-16 lead Garden: made It possible for Starketo
not how many runs they trailed with Jim Garllngton's be the host city," Starke
scored, the Longhorns were solo homer, but It was not recreation director concludes:
For New Tornadoes"Practice not to be beaten, and there enough and Garden's bid for Hay bum was Instrumental In

was just no way to beat the the, state tourney was ended bringing the state slow pitch
Longhorns in this tournament
tourney to Starke.
Dayburn says. by a very fine team.
Again Garden's team must
so far has been always cause the boys to work also depth in the backfield. at full speed by the first game. Joey Branson, Vernon Barber, They went on to win the game be given credit, they suffered Final Standings: J 1)) Satellite
excellent," said (Mead Coach harder. The passers and receivers The leading candidates for positions Other boys hoping to win a and Carl Luther are the lead 20-13 and with it the title that two heart breaking losses, but Beach longhorns 4-1, 2) I ULaudcrdale
David llursc, "with 32 boys who worked hard this ing candidates for tackle. Gary Jerry's Catering,
in the backfield are position in the backfield Include hundreds of teams work for not once did they fall to retain -
now out for fall practice. summer, are far "in advance Brad Carter, Malachi Henry, Levy Lennon, Billy Rig- Melvin, Dennis Crawford, David each year, The .State Cham- their, composure not evena 3-2, 3)) Starke Garden Restaurant -
"You can feel the difference of last year's team. 2-2 4)) Milton Jo's House
Bernard Brown, Wayne Tet- ham, Stan Reddish, Keith Tet- McCutchen are the leading pionship.The non-fan of this team could ,
In the loam, they have a lot of Pizza 1-2 5)) Ft. WaltonSmith's
confidence and Three quarters of the lead- stone, Eddie llazcn and Steve stone, and Cleveland Simmons. candidates for guard. At center State Champs looked like call them poor spurts, Kay ,
more tell It their actions you can and ing candidates in the backfield Strickland Ilurse said. Strick- "Charles Wright and Gray Farelon McClellan and Stanley world batters as they chalkedup burn states. Plumbing, 1-2, 6)) St.
reactions by have good experience and they land is still recovering from Flynn are the leading candi- Crawford both seem to have some very big scores. This Perhaps Jerry's Catering, the Petersburg Mobley Kcalty, 0-2.

"'I.here is a lot more com- have all been looking good In a knee operation he had last dates for end," Ilurse said. an inside track on the position. team In five games scored 102 runner-up team, who have a Individual Batting Record! (10

petition at all positions, which practice, Ilurse said, There is May, but Is expected to be Bobby loyal, Randy GaskIns runs, collected 117 base hits, very fine team should observe or more at bats-; ) Gerald; Martello -
and believe it not hit 44 ,
or other teams who have lost,
-- Jo's Piz/a, .909; I Bill,)'
out of the As team
c -- a Kayburn comments.
:Mlckel, Smith.727; Henry Scott,
they batted a hefty averageof Jerry's, In addition to refusing Longhorns .714; Larry Iliii' rl.
.534. In addition to the dis- to
play of offensive power, the appear to accept therunnerup Garden; ,714; John Watson, (Garden -
trophy from the stale ,687 Sammy Krunson, Jo's
champs displayed some great ;
.... commissioner, harrassed the Pizza .r nr( Hill l Iwkins
defense. It's hard to beat sucha > ; long-
umpires ,
t CHIEF KENt combination, Kayburn says.Jerry's their double severely loss to the following longhorns -: horns ,Gf/;(fi;; bobby Cox, Long-
horns .050; I rank Son-ells,
looked .
Catering very Smith's 030; Hon Huff, ..lerr -
impressive until they, met the "It is opinion when
OF my > 's .631; Dan IYisterer/ -
Longhorns in the finals. Of team beats you twice, like 27- r>''I .Ml. ; Harold I Ish, I.cmg-
course, the way the longhorns 21 and 20-13, that team hard- horns .625; MiKe ,lullan. Jerry's -
were playing, perhaps they still ly needed any help from the .619; lay Icclwood I longhorns -
POLICE looked impressive, they were umpires," Kayburn says. .019!'; I lion Brewer, :'ml h's
just being over Impressed.Jerry's .fillll( ); Charlie .Johnson, .''erR') '5
.. In their first game, sent 'I 1 The I';acts! 578; (fluick Peel, .>.Ien"s .'>7\\;
h w the defending State Champs to Home Huns-ll :Sltrly\ lark, I onchorns ,555;

t the losers bracket by whipping "I will have to do some research <.I l hosier DUIIK.II:. lo's Pizza
Jo's Pizza 12-7. but I would have to .r>4"; Jim Garliiurton, Garden;
In their second game, -ler- believe that 117 home runs represents 1IMI.) ).
ry's sent Mobley l Realty of St. a suite record for

Pete to the loser's bracketby home runs In an II game tourney -
the score of 15-12 hitting ," Ka>!biirn saps Ihese: Reward $100For
seven homers in the' process.In were hit in a park where in :

their third Jerry'ssent the past It was difficult to hit
game information leadingto
: the Longhorns to join the them, out Tho, home runs were
t:#errslsl5 the arrest and con
others In the, loser's bracket recorded b> Longhorns: 44,
15-12. Jerry's, after defeatingthe Jcro's 25, Smith's 18, lo's viction for theft of these

Longhorns, was only one Pizza 10, Garden III), and Mob- items:
win away from Die state title, Icy 4.The.
but It was not to be. The l-'U I Longhorns collected 117; 1 K-Mart Skill Saw
#1 -1J Lauderdale team was a very base hits and plated 102 runs; 1 Remington Chain Saw
i strong team as Is evidencedby Jerry's had !)5) hits and scored
the 25 home runs they hit 76 times; Garden; rapped ;70 1 Pflenger electric fi sh.i .

i ilw. and the 95 hits they collectedand base hits and plated 49 runs; i ing motor1.2ton

Asks Re-Election On His Record : i&z4k4k the scoring of 76 runs. Jo's Smiths had 4 >53 hits hits and and 3H 43 runs runs;; Cumalong Chain

The Garden Restaurant finished and MoblC! had 27 hits and hoist
in third place, havingwon
As An Officer ii i rM three games while losing 'Hie runs.' I oiiKliorns lulled a (cam 1 B & D ''j inch electric

two. The (Garden; was hardly average of 534. The Gardenwas drill
--------- made a
embarrassed they
.. second in team a\ciajc: ; 1 Spinning reel
good showing and with a hit with, .521, while ,'lerry's baited
Bernard Brown leaps or two in timoly places would .4S3, .lo's .4Sfi, :o.mlOl's132 1 TackletBolC
He Invites You To Check His 11 Year Record
high for a pass as varsity not have hat: the two they did. and Mobley .385. Ihe six learns $ISO worth wrenches &

i football practice begins. Lack of home run power did scored 325 runs and collected Socket
As City Policeman As Bradford County Deputy the Garden; In. I lot example, 407 base hits.
In the Garden's; opening game In Individual,. ., statistics, Il. 1 1. L.L DyalBrooder
they outhlt :Smith's Plumbing Waller lived up laThis /prcluiirnament -
And As Your Chief Of Police. Flo.
Other boys fighting for a 18-17, but lost the game 13-11 publicltx .is a su-
t starting position on this year's In the bottom of the seventh. perstar. Waller probably. Uie, Phone 4852711T :caeaeeee
squad Include; Greg Reddish! to the, home run ball. 'Ilie Garden ; most consistent lullei in slow
Curtis Flowers, Mark "Patray, hit one home run In that
He Knows The City. Wayne Norman, Charlie Green; game, Smith's hit seven. - - -
and Union Sellers. After the score was tied II- ,
t II going Into the, bottom of tile I
Wayne Norman Is an athlete seventh, Garden; retired the, ciJ..e-r I
capable of playing at any one first two batters, the third hita I
of 3 positions; tight end, guard,
single one, the fourth batter -
He Knows Its People. or center, Ilurse says.
Mickey Hroxson, lilt It LONGHORN
One of the more pleasing aspects over the, fence for the 13-11
I of fall practice for Coach win.The
Ilurse has been Vernon Harber Garden kept their' hopes! I RESTAURANT
coming buck out for football. alive for the' state title by
He Knows The Problems Ilurse called 'Harbor fast as sending: their next two( oppon-
lightning and slang,: Last year ents home. The first was Mob- I
t Berber played basketball and ley Henlty when Gardendefeal- 1 1I
ran track. ed 9-5, oulhltUnx the SI. fete
said that Har
WITH bet will be playing,: boll defensive A DAY. 1 1I
kept Uiuni from wining (the sLIt.c
TRAINING AND SOUND BUSINESS PRACTICES. linebacker and offensive taut year, the defending: :Mtto I
guard. I II
t champs, Jo's l'lzzalnd Uicy,
Next( week the
THIS is MY I LIIMI: ; : preview the' defense Telegraph will did Garden, It In dramatic was tnillliiK style.11-14"-0- I UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT, I II

Ing Into tile .....tlAlm..r. the, seventh I OVID AND THELMA NORMAN I

I "' Stiffly and Welfare of Every! Man Woman and Child;# in JV Football was". retired WiMidy Mrlckl.md for out number led off I Specioliilng in Home-Cooked. Meal I II
Marcus IlluxJcit reached
Practice Set one,
I Using Only 1 Fresh Vegetable
base when the third "baseman'
llie City;; of Slark; Rveairtlltyit of Color; Creed, Religion or Walk com ml Hod tin error.Mm Garilngum ; I And Mead I
.1 v foolbnll practice begins: luau, rii|>|X'd a base

of Iif(.. j Monday, August! 23, starting lilt John' Watson next forced I LUNCHEON SPECIAL $$1.50 I
t It at 9 a.m. GiirllnKtnn; ill Bocnnd bast,
scoring: KlHxioii, but the, nvroiKtout I Choice of Three Vegetable I
Your Vole And Support Will Be Appreciated nil Couch buys Alien plnylnx again' .IV reminds wits recorded. I Meal. Tea or Coffee
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11 Plans For Heilbronn SpringsIf : _


the Florida "land boom"hadn't reply to the "concerned
It .Is a matter of
President's MessageWith burst with disastrous: results record In minutes of
In 1926 It la possible that public
that were elected -
City Council you
one eye (or perhaps both) on, the same (unless you should be unlucky Bradford County known; might today be as Internationally *- HtH., .iI" L: :; to the office of Chief
forced to resign
the 1972 elections President Nixon: enough to receive a cut) until famous "spa" whose healing '. ', g ; of due Police to a and past felony convic-

took a, dramatic step toward dealing November 12. Even If you had already water are good" for "what all. .. It. tion and then re-Instated to
with the domestic problems of a sagging been scheduled for a raise, It will man or beast. office after pulling a few

economy, just as he a be postponed until November 12 and In March 1926 at the height .: '.L. strings.To .
bombshell In foreign policy several cannot be paid retroactively. of the Ill-fated boom negotiations use your words and a
were completed for the .J.J;; J. quote "Q hardly think I will
with his announcement of
weeks ago BUSINESSMEN: If Congress approves transfer of the Heilbronn ,j '; be condemned for putting my
an. Impending visit to Communist China. you may subtract from your Springs property; northwest of family first and foremost)".
corporate Income taxes this year what Starke to C.L. Upton A Associates I hardly think that's the entire -
As might be expected, the. domestic ever you spent on new equipment or' of West Palm Beach.: 1w truth of the matter according

proposals were greeted by com- machinery up to a total of ten per to charges that were
An article In the Bradford Yy, filed against you on felony conviction -
ments ranging from fulsome praise cent of you tax bill. The figure would that resulted from It.
County; Telegraph at that time
to charges "economic madness. fall to five cent next .r.ri' the ;
per year arx said that plans of the new owners In reference to
In the following years.GOVERNMENT included "the landscapingof law I would say you had best
Just as his Red China visit repre- the property; adjacent to the clean up your own back yard ''I
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sented a reversal of his former viewsof WORKERS; There) springs, the erection of a hotel It -V v. .1Io4"i.'mf. WM.al>>''''' before you condemn someone

being "soft on Communism" so will be a five per cent reduction In sanatorium and cottagesfor A horso with sore hoofs, similar to the one pictured else. I also believe that you

do his new domestic policies: for fighting the Federal work force and some'. at the the use resort.of patients A bottling playing above, was the means of dlsvoverlng the mineral ordinance should observe and remove the municipal your pictures -

Inflation and unemployment repre- employees could lose their Jobs In plant for handling shipments qualities of Heilbronn Springs. According to from some of the tele-

sent a reversal of his past express- this phase of the President's announced!! of water will also be provided local) legend, the horso was cured of the ;ailment phone poles around town. ThatIs

Ions of distaste for wage and price goal to cut government spending by' ," the article added. by allowing It to wad. In the run of tho spring a "No No."
:$4.7 billion. Also when one man condemns
controls. It was obvious by this changeof
But before the West Palm many years ago. another for going to schoolto
pace that the President had been better himself for Ms job
Beach firm could fulfill these
listening to economic advisors who TAXPAYERS: If Congress goes along good Intentions, It collapsedwith It was about this time that F.C. and Susan FInley said: and bottling works Is the extent and service to his community;
persuaded him that something must with the President, less money will the boom and the pro the German name, Heilbronn "When our little son, Jack, of the Improvements at you are being a little child-
be done-- and now-- to avoid serious be deducted from your paycheck start- perty; reverted to local own- meaning 'heallng water"was was about 8 years old he had the springs, there being no ish, don't you think?
damage to his chances for reelection.As Ing next January 1. The personal exemption ership. given to the spring. Prior to his face poisoned In the swamps pretense toward offering to the And If a person serves In
which to $650 this that it had been called "Truby near Sampson Lake. He was public a sanitariun or resort." the Armed Forces, and Is hon-
rose year, Springs" after J.M. Truby an poisoned so bad that we thoughthe The early wooden structure was orably discharged and can take
capsuled by the news services, would Increase to $750 next year, The reputed high mineral con- early citrus and strawberry was going to die. He was replaced by a stone enclosure advantage of his V.A. program,
here Is what the new economic policies allowing a taxpayer to deduct that tent and healing properties of grower and shipper who owned relieved so that his general around the spring In 1921. I feel he Is entitled to do so,
will mean to various groupsof much for himself and each depen- the Spring water have been the property; before Davis. health was very good, but he About 1916, WE. Davis sold and without asking for your
the American man-in-the-street dent when filing his 1971 tax report. known for more than a hun- The new company publisheda suffered greatly with his face the property; toagroupof Starke approval or anyone elses.
: dred years. About the middleof pamphlet advertising the until we commenced using h Heilbronn men who later formed a cor- All the unsolved breaking and
the last century, an early spring, and containing testimonials Water. poration for its proposed development enterlngs In the City; of Starke
TENANTS: Your landlord may not; Leading economists greeted the Bradford County; farmer, William of local doctors, as "The skin on his face was and sold stock In the could be reduced some, If the
raise the rent until November 12, President's message with mixed reactions Underhill, noted that one well as other citizens, con- thick and puffy and covered enterprise. During those years people would get Interested enough -
even If he had previously scheduledan ranging from enthusiastic endorsement of his horses that was afflicted cerning Its healing properties. with little black scabs, and It and most of the 20's the sale of to stop at the Police
Increase to take effect sometime to predictions that the pro- with "the scratches," a Among the physicians singing would Itch and pain him so bad water continued, and atone time Station and ask for one of those
i fungus disease affecting the Its praises were Doctors that he would often lie awake a regular customer route was free booklets on how to safe-
before then. If he disregards the directive -, gram will prove unworkable In the hooves of horses, became Improved A.L. Scott, John C. Wills, NedC. and cry at night. Sometimes serviced by a truck carrying guard your home and valua-
he could be fined S5.000. long run. when he allowed the Berry, Nelson W. Francis he would suffer with severe five-gallon demijohns) of the bles. I have one.
animal to stand In the run ofa Albert H. Freeman, and E.L. pains in the head. We tried crystal clear water racked upon And your bragging about
SHOPPERS (mostly the ladles)}: You! But on one point all commentators large spring (unnamed at that Stewart. many other remedies, but nothing either side. Shipments were knowing where GRASS can be
will be able to buy most goods except -, seemed agreed. At least the President time) northwest of Starke. "Its mild, but almost certain : did him any good until even made to some of the larger purchased for $35 per ounce,
should E cure, for a large class we put him on Heilbronn Wa- cities In Florida and Geor- well any responsible person
food and some Imports, at the i get an for effort, whether Mr. Underhill had another of skin diseases Is well established ter. We gave him the waterto would have reported it, Insteadof
same prices until November 12. In! the ideas are his own or those of occasion In those early days to ," Dr. Scott wrote, "and drink and bathed his face gia.The new company was Incorporated puffing our his chest and
regard to food, the freeze does permit; advisors seeking to salvage his political attest to the curative powers of my treatment with these waters in It for two or three weeks in January 1921 by using such a thing for a political -
retailers to charge a price equal to i future. The mere fact that the the spring. He credited use of dyspepsia In I Its various and he was completely cured. L.A. Davis, N.T. Bitch, J.T. stunt while someone's
the highest price that particularItem Chief Executive Is taking action of the water with curing a forms, chronic gastritis, gastric William Reddish, an early Quigley, J.E.;: Futch, E.S. Mat- child Just might be starting on
any as bad case of ring worm In the ulcer, uric acid dlethesls, farmer declared: "My baby thews L.G. Powell, R.F. Dem- a trip that will cost them their ;
was being sold for during the i opposed to his former do-nothing po- foot of his son. The disease kidney and bladder troubles, had very bad sores on its legs orest and W.T. Weeks. Mr. life. Also, there Is a Federal
30 days before the President's mes- licy, may lift the public's "economic had become so bad that the has been very gratifying." from the knees down, and we Davis headed the corporation Law against withholding such
sage. Violations would M" subject to i morale" and Inspire consumer con- boy could not touch his foot to Dr. Willis wrote: "In skin bathed the sore parts in Heil as president; Mr. Ritch was Information from the law enforcement -
the same $5,000 fine.. fidence that could lead to freer spending the ground, Mr. Underhill said, diseases, so common to this bronn Water and !she was com- first vice president; Mr. Quig- agents- didn't you
thus stimulating the lagging sales declaring that after the youth climate there Is no agent we pletely cured In about two ley, second vice president; and know that?
had waded around In the water can use which will come so weeks" Mr. Futch secretarytreasurer. And In my eye.,.Sir. every-
WORKERS: Your salary' will remain i index. for an hour or more on near a specific as Heilbronn Stories of the beneficial effects body has problems, and ups
several occasions, the infect- Water. In chronic bladder and of the water are still After negotiations to sell the and downs In life and you are
I A Wise Move For The ion cleared up. kidney diseases/ there will be told by residents of the area, property; to the West Palm looking down the end of your
City the most beneficial effects from several of whom still make Beach developers came to an nose at people, and acting as
From these humble beginnings its use as a drinking water. regular trips to the spring to unhappy end In 1926 Mr. Quigley if you got your hand slapped.
word of the healing qualities The virtues of Heilbronn Wa- fill Jugs and the water gained sole ownership of Also, before you go over the
Turning down a bond Issue for a But Noegel's argument that the city of the water spread ter are Just beginning to be back home. They-carry ting praises the'spring and surrounding a- deep end, I'm not a personal
new engine for Its power plant appears cannqt afford a bond issue now is throughout ;the area, and many understood,' and 'ere long it .as beln *.: 'eoodtor..what'{ ';: ..;. creage when other members friend of yours or of the other
.a wise move at this time by valid! That Is backed up by Clerk persons who used It to combat will be the most widely used ails you," and some 'declar of the corporation dropped out two candidates, but I don't pareto
the Starke City Council.As Edwards. NoegeT also noted as skin and organic diseases were of any of the mineral watersIn they wouldn't drink any othef after the Florida boom had see the previous pot calling
every- hailing Its curative powers.An the United States." run Its course. the kettle black before goingto
body with any famllaritv with the cower J.W. Hodge, who was described Water continued to be sold the Polls.
The late Drew (Drury) Reddish
Clerk Merrill Edwards has -
repeatedly of the water was
plant, knows the city has tie- analysis
from for
a as "merchant speculator who lived the spring the spring several
pointed out, the city pays in with Florida Power & Light for published In a 1900 pamphletby ." offered the following for most of his near life, recalled years after this under a con- Thank you,
twice as much In the long run whena I.IOO.JW of emergency power. Dr. James K. Crook, a testimonial: "I had suffered that when any of the childrenof tract arrangement with a private -
bond Issue Is used to finance such mineral water specialist who a number of years with dyspepsia his family would developa Individual, but the hey- Marie Brown,

expansions. If another way can be Barring major engine trouble, the gave was one the opinion of the that three Heilbronn most and could not enjoy my skin rash, his parents would day of the spring seemed to Starke, Fla.VET .
food, knowing the terrible effect have passed with the boom.
It that would be much take them to the spring to
appears In
stands mineralized springs
city highly
a good chance of
getting after eating. I commenced bathe in the water. lie attri- The final transfer of the pro- NEWS
the wiser course. by the next few years with the pre the" cpuntry. using Heilbronn Water about buted his good health and long perty was made In March of .
sent set up. In 1901 the property; was pur- three years ago and in a short life (more than 80 years) to 1967 with the sale of the spring Present laws enable the Vet
Whether such an avenue can be found chased by the late W.E. Davis time began to Improve. Final- constant use of the water.In and surrounding acreage by Mr. erans Administration to furnisha

or not Is a good question. But the city What the council should make hasteto of Starke, who formed the Mineral ly my troubles entirely dis- the early 1900's the spring Quigley to T.II. Slade of Starke. devices large numberof and equipment rehabilitative to eligible -
do at this Water Company and announced appeared and I now can eat was enclosed by a wooden wall No plans for further develop-
council which begins Its'study of a point Implement
the wateron anything my appetite desires and
plans to put an early description of the ment of the property; have been
new budget this week, should pursue ond suggestion made by Councilman the market. without feeling any ill effects." site said: ". a spring house announced to date. The VA can also furnish the
every avenue In search of such a pos Noesrel establish a special power eligible veteran with a wide
sibility. plant engine fund and set money asIde range of sick room supplies.A .
veteran may be furnished
each month for that purpose and noth- with almost any type; of device
Lions share of the credit for stopping ing else. equipment or supplies that

at least temporarily the proposed might be needed for a service-

; new bond Issue probably shouldgo That apparently will not be as easy connected disability.; These 1-.

to newly re-elected councilman as It sounds with only $8,000 of the I w '.-; terns a service-connected may also be furnishedto veteran

Billy Noegel. To our mind Noegel city's, $1.25 million 1971-72 left to ",F tide.x who Is rated 100%/ disabled by

has shown some of the clearest "play with." Since the price of natural l the VA, and to the veteran
thinking witnessed by a Starke councilman who is receiving pension with
for the plant has
gas power
M Mt aid and
housebound award or
In some years. Of course, more than doubled the clerk has had r bk
attendance allowance.The .
It took the backing of Councilman
to budget $163,000 for that item alone. f following are lists of
Jimmy McRae and Jimmy Bowen to rQ the devices, equipment and sup-

stop the proposed bonding.Of '.But even with all this restriction c plies which may be furnishedto

placed on Its possible actions we feel eligible veterans. Artificial
Devices- Artificial eyes, -
te council! must make a determined limbs, Artificial larynx.

course, the city power plant, effort to begin saving now for a new r Braces, Canes, Crutches, Dog-
still needs a new engine shortly. It guides for blind, Eyeglasses,
engine. No doubt some sacrifices will
Hearing Aids Wheelchairs.Equipment .
Is anybody's 'guess how long It will
have to be made other things Aids for blind
; Whir -
be until the city will begin having
have to give a little. Hospital beds
exhorbltant repair bills from some Chairs, Exercise equipment.
of the flvo 20-year-old Superior engines Overhead hospital bed frame
Such vital to if
a plan seems
that now mAke uo the backboneof Invalid walkers, Alternating
the power capacity; along with the the city; is to stay In the power busi- pressure point pads, Hospitalbed
without further bleedlnar citi
ness trapeze assembly
1966 1 1,750 KW Worthington. It la
zens with yet higher power bills. The mech equipment.
also highly probable the city's, power SuppliesAbdominal pads,
council that goal by
can accomplish
demand will exceed the plant's such I- S.v.n-loot..two Inch Arils Clime towered ever youngster ot h. danced Air ring cuslons, Bed pans,
funds to
allocating priority
firm capacity; what It can produce tems keeping costs with them at the Lawtey Neighborhood Youth Contor.recreatloll. program Bladder Irrigation sots, Catheters -

without the big Worthington within down, then sticking unnecessary strictly to the last Friday. At right, Clime Is soon. with the ball as a NYC onroUe attempts Colostomy, Clinical or Ileostomy thermometers sets.

the next two years. budget. to block. Admiring youngsters lined tho court to too tho great JU basketball Cushions for wheelchairs Ene-
player who has |lust signed with tho Kentucky Colonels. ma administration supplies
Facing cement Hearing aid batteries -
Rubber finger cots, Rubber -

Artis Gilmore Gives Youngsters A Thrill pound or plastic Stump tubing lOCks Skin Surgical com-

.. cotton Surgical dressings, Uri-
The Bradford County At Lawtey Neighborhood Youth CenterYoungsters nals.Miscellaneous

TELEGRAPH ..::;:::::: medical sup-

..... :'; fl' : _-. e.. attending the the nation' basketball map In national championship being more' artistry, JU was never plies.Before the VA can providethe

ESTABLISHED 1879 &::: ,... Neighborhood Youth Center recreation two memorable seasons. In defeated In the finals by UCLA. lower than sixth place In national above mentioned Items,they
r..... program at the former 1969-70 JU for ratings.
was runner-up. During the two ;years of Cll must have Information from a
dhsBiUeLive Anderson Elementary School at Last season Cllmore led the doctor showing need. In orderto
Lawtey got the thrill of a lifetime nation In rebounds In the NCAA, provide the VA with Infor-
M..LaFLORI last Friday when Arils and was voted outstanding player mation on which to base a
as free men. live as Gilmore, Jacksonville Univer In the all-star
game decision as to whether an Item
A ESSASSO servants of God.- (IPet. slty's; 7-foot, 2-Inch basketball Headlight Law Hits MotorcyclesFlorida played In New York City.; He may be furnished, the physi
2:16): ). "great" spent several hour Is noted for his uncanny abilityto cian's statement should con-
T ONt. a. the center on Invitation of block shots, and led the nation tain the following:
We have freedom of thought. the director, Mrs. Evelina KIt- has a new daytime In 1970 over the previous year. In blocking during the last Diagnosis. ;
ties headlight law for motorcycles, Clifton feel that the new law two seasons. Recommendation
spirit and nclf-cxpression.: God the Highway Patrol said today. I S. for the benefit of motorcycle Gilmore was recently signed for the Item, and prescription -
hiis hloxnrd ui with divine intelligence While at the center Gilmore\ "Beginning September 1. the ; : rider by making them by the Kentucky Colonels of Infonriation that the Item .Is
L. MATTHEWS. E.I&er-P"1IIIIer to sort out. evaluate, delighted the children by JoinIng new law will require motorcyclists more visible to other drivers. the American Basketball Association medically Indicated a/id .Is
accept or reject thoughts. He them In a number of Activities to have headlight turnedon Motorcycles are more difficult for a sum reportedly medically feasible .
.u.JM4 eaeh THarxUy aa4 sets 4 a* !.e..e I has given UK freedom of spiritfor Including group dancing at all times whUe In operation to see than larger vehic- million dollars. For Information 'Concerning:
CUM Matter .! IDs Put Office .& SUrfco, r1.rldaea1.r xpiritu.il growth( and fulfillment basketball demonstrations, during daylight hour les and their speed and distance Acexc wing Cllmore cable the medical and sick room sup.
Act .. March tr*. UTt. He has (given us the( and even a serious discussion said Colonel Reid tllrton, spa* are often hard to Judge. visit to Lawtty: was Mack Freeman pUe. that can be furnished by
tie.Hrbtlae. Ia. ftrao. ..anat t ,e.". ta."t Oatoloora4 I> ortuiiity l to express our of the importance of acquiring trol director.A' Clifton concluded by urging news editor for Channel tile Veterans Administration/
areas I ,..r. ...... | 1If.lv,'". 1.4't'H Apply them all corn an education. study made by the Patrol motorcyclist "to comply with 12 TV, Jacksonville. Scenes of Dtxon suggests contact with the
A native of Chipley! ; Clinton revealed that motorcycle accident the law In order to be sn the outing were shown on Channel local County; Veteran Service
trnrl lvi>lv for __ bitter_ __ _
n worldI' "
no H put Jacksonville University; or! Increased 36 per cent and not hurt. 12 newt Friday night. Office.
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Mr. and Mrs. John Williamsand Mrs. Rudy Williams and Infant Kelley, at Starke Nursing Home, and Mrs. Tommy Cox and family gave their testimonies and they,
daughter, Robin, enjoyed son, Lee, along with her then enjoyed lunch at the Gar on Thursday, Aug. 12. along with some 21 other, re-
a camping trip recently, iney mother, Mrs. Haby and son, den Restaurant.! Miss Valerie Bristol and Mrs. dedicated their lives to the
slopped by Mobile Ala. to visit Ala. visited Elizabeth Givens Walker
Mike from Mobile Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cox Leroy Stokes flew to San Antonio Lord.
Mr. and Mrs. Williams'daughterinlaw Mr. and Mrs. John Williamson attended Open (House at the Texas last Friday. They So you keep Harmony Day

and new grandson Thurs., Aug. 5. On Sunday, home of Mr. and Mrs. Dean went to visit Tony CasUen, who In mind for next summer and SENIOR: CITIFNSThe !; \ :O-I'\1.; 1 1)1' \1. DAY to be eliminated, and this can
Mrs. Rudy Williams, and Aug. 8, Mr. and Mrs. John last Sun- finished basic trainingat if have the chance to Senior Citizens will meet :;
Davis in High Springs has Just you go HcUiel Baptist Church, be I St. John--
starting point.
Leo. Then they went on to the Williams took their guests backto AKB. Thursday Aug. 19!), In the, !Neighborhood ; a
don't miss it.
Lackland Kev. I
day afternoon. service Leroy Davis pastor. Sun "But if we walk In the lightas
Smokey Mts. There they en- Mobile, Ala, returning to Lottie Center, HJE I
home to Mrs.
Mrs. Gene Edwards and Welcome ship at II with sermon by the lie Is In the light, we have
Joyed camping and sightseeingat from I to 3
Brooker on Aug. 10. Mrs. Ruby children from Lake City visited Edwards! She has been gone for At,"n Ronnie Dyal has been auditorium, p.m. pastor. Uev. Dan Hankerson fellowship one with another and
Cherokee N.C. and Gutlln- All Interested seniors invited
and Lee are
William turn are now Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwardsand three weeks on a marvelous! R.A. counselor at Harmony Bay will preach at 3 p.m. Captains the blood of Jesus Christ Ills
burg Tenn. After this adventure enroute to Guam to Join Rudy she flew to Salt to attend. Mr. Joe Ker-
daughters and Mrs. Inez trip. First nor a month'this summer. He for the activity are Queen E. son, cleanseth us from sin.--
they went to Durham, N.C. to who Is stationed with the U;>; rigan, president Is planning
Utah to visit her
Cherie after Lake City
Green and Sunday his testimony Sunday
gave Albert Amanda Chandler, Dea Rev. Leroy Davis.
visit their son and his family, Coast Guard. Bob Baker and visit many activities for the groups.
daughter.Mrs. the opportunity to
noon. He had con James Green, and Deacon -
Mr. and Mrs. Williams
Randy Mrs. Isabel Blackstock and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bristol family. Then they, along withKen's a number of churches. Ills observation Julius Royal. Each member CLUB NEWS
\ and Mark. Robin stayed on for Carol Ann of Tac- SCHOOL NEWSPreplanning
daughter, ,
and family enjoyed vteidnrt with bride-to-be, all flew to was that the chur- Is asked to give full cooperation The Coronation Social & SavIngs
;, a month returning by plane oma, Wash are here visitingher the folks at Trinity Baptist Hawaii, where Ken and Debbie began Monday
active Youth In this Club will its
ches with were effort. sponsor annual -
last week. This was her first brother-in-law and sister, and Mrs. Kenneth for the 1971-72 school termat .
Church: In Apopka on Sunday, became Mr.
spiritually alive than all trip to Daytona Beach on
flight and had wonderful time. more various schools In the
a the
", Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bristol, in beautiful Hawaii Bethlchim Free
Aug. 8. Bro. Ron Bristol MlUer a Greater All
the others. Brooker Baptist Saturday, Aug. 22. mem-
for two weeks
and children.On county
the morning wedding ceremony Mrs. Ed- Will Baptist Church, Rev. Jas-
brought message Church Is blessed with a groupof bers are urged to turn out
The students will
Tuesday, Aug. 10, the of the wards enjoyed beautiful Hawaii 15-27. return Williams pastor. Senior
In the absence pastor, wonderful dedicated youth. per and enjoy this outing.
Kelley sisters enjoyed getting Virgil Lovett. The latter was and her grandson's wedding. to the classroom on August Choir rehearsal each Monday
FLORIDATHEATRE We Invited to attend services -
These n< 30. We working fora
together. were:,' uoyWaldron are
Choir No.
Revival at KIngsley her first Tuesday night.
holding a She also enjoyed fly- any\ time that you can. successful school night. VISITORSMrs.
Leltha term.
from Wildwood; Lake at this time. She returnedto 3 and Usher Board No. 3 will
Ing experience. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Hattte Easley and Julius -
Persinger of Orlando; Odessa Mrs. Tom Britton and child- Salt Lake City with her service, U a.m.; .Wed. TYSONHAMPTONMr. meet. Wednesday night Prayer Chandler and daughter,
Hall of Jacksonville; and Theo ren of Ft. Walton Beach,-along Then on Tuesday, Meeting. Thursday night the Sherie relativesIn
daughter Prayer meeting, 7:30 are visiting
: visited p.m. and Mrs. Albert TysonSr.
of Brooker.
Dyal They
) with Mrs. Mell Vickery from Ladles Circle will meet with
Aug. 10, she flew In to Jack- Sunday Evening Training U- New York City and Philadelphia -
with their mother Mrs. Rosa ., of Starke, announce the engagement SenIor
with Allen.
Gainesville, ate lunch Mr. sonville. Here she was met by 7 pan. Worship 8 p.m. and approaching marriage Mrs. Hebecca Pa.Leti .
and Ms Mr. Choir will go to Melrose,
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 her son family, of their Linda
and Mrs. Harry Edwards and daughteram Rev. Alphonso Jenkins pastor,
Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 BIBLE SCHOOL Yvonne, to ,
daughter< Karen. She went home STARTS MONDAY son of Gary Hampton of Law- to participate In anniversary Ge 8eutitgl
FrI. Thru TUBS. 301 DRIVE INShow with them for a couple of days. Brooker Baptist Church announces service.
Mrs. Edwards tey.The Sunday is Youth Day. Morn-
August 20-24 They brought Bible School to begin bride-elect Is a 1970
back to Brooker on Thursday Ing Service, 11 a.m. League
Monday right, Aug. through graduate of BHS and is now
Begins At Sundown Aug. 12. Friday night Aug. 7. It will attending Santa Fe Junior Col- 4 p.m. Evening service, p.m.
I hear that Eddie Langford begin at 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. lege. She Is employed by Holiday Visitors always
son of Mr. and Mrs.Salty Lang- Everyone between the ages of Inn of Starke.

FrI., Sat. Aug. 21, 22 ford, formerly of Brooker, 4-15 years Is Invited to attend.Bro' The marriage will be an event Ebenezer Davis Baptist Church Bible
in the Natonal Rodeoat Rev. Leroy pastor.
2 BIG DISNEY HITSPLUS placed Twin 4th Falls, Idaho recently. : Ron Bristol will be the of August 21 at 8 p.m. at the Class each Monday night. Prayer -
principal home of the bride-elect's par- each Thursday night.
Mrs.Howard Douglas Meeting
Mr. and ents. All friends and relativesof OniHts Kill: : toon.
and Rev, and Mrs. Jim Templeand Invited. Sunday School imiNK' tlltHH:!' OBO\MI)
WATT A WAY JO PLUG A son, Jimmy, drove three Remember the sick In our the couple are services Sunday. Regular ser-
Robin vices held each first and third l Ili> \,,m likt 'KI sal" mil tli" ink
cars of people from the community; : Farrlsh.
GAPI young
y .
= uhtu on 1..1') \\ill \nii II |nubiiblY
Brooker Baptist Church to Pan- Alachua General Hospital. We Sundays.
... ,,
Members of Pleasant Grove ; 11"1 I t\cn ItiingiiL" mil 1)1111111Ml )
ama City to attend the Harmony are glad to hear that he Is
; United Methodist Church ask tilt (Mil nl|. was, |1..1) till 11 UK .1 I
Youth Camp August 9-14. still Improving and was In Greater Allen Chapel, Rev.
Bay up but' .1.1\ I 111 '
that come out and fIn- Ml"111 lilt I I M |UM I Mt Ills"
I 'I'
Douglas went wheel chair last Sunday.Continue everyone C.E. Jenkins pastor. Sunday ,
Mr. and Mrs. on a of the to IK.Minit'iliniK .ilHint the MID' mil
ish the
Job cleaning
I' 4 1 to Mobile Ala. where they enJoyed to pray for him, as "prayer resting ground of the Bob-Love up school, 10 a.m. The Youth mini-I' llitu. ",,,.,Ih 111..1! lui I MILl
and will have charge at 11 a.m., l
sightseeing visiting changes thing:: Also "l'p"IIIC.| |
The started
relative, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- remember In Mrs. Cemetery. was terminating services for the Mine, and. mute. IHMIIMIM, imw air
The MostSpectacular WALT DISNEY your prayers last Friday, Aug. 13, and we .
I ( lining" wall tMik-ii .ilxMitl Bleu
/ neth CeUon and family. Rev. Johnnie Green who li at her to finish this Satur- THOUGHT
MODUCTIONS'G hope up FOR THE WEEK: IwMl' (I''list' 'in tex the (midget' |1" HM*
Film and Mr*. Jim Temple and son home, and Mrs. Emma Mott day, Aug. 21. We are asking Union and Unity are needednow iHgill' I lltst iiMllll. wife, lilt |>llli
I op Jimmy enjoyed deep-sea fish Bradford Co. Hospital. for each person with interestin more than ever before, "'... Im iMilh IIHH! .'mil) duet, nest
ing. They caught Spanish mac- the cemetery to cooperatein Lttp '.,Ih told .mil.. lu',liI
In the home, community; coun-
Ever Made! kerel out from Panama City School starts early this year. finishing this project. I lit iiiuM (iminion' MI.Mk.. .ilMi.mt.
Beach. On Wednesday Jimmy In fact It start on Monday, Aug. Pleasant Grove Sunday Schoolat ty, state, and nation.The hearts IHMI, i Ir ",,,.,,111 .i s.imluMh' lull .unbtr .
be set
of should not a-
men .. .
came back to Brooker and Rev. 30. Only a few more days left 10 a.m. each Sunday with but set with lilt M'ICIC'.h... u hr. in a i lei
and Mrs. Temple went on to to vacation sleep late, etc. So Leo DeSue In gainst one another, boa! !11 how' 'in the UHiIci I *1.1to"1'" |
Supt. charge.
one another, and all against Mi-,'H*. ,111".1....I i.i hi"i ntelenal1u.ttl ,. ,
Mobile, Ala. where they met lets enjoy these things whilewe Church services each first and
evil. To build a good community I lo, nitjMit' Minks inn ..iK., IM
( TECHNICOLOR err--.., Mr. and Mrs. Douglas met Mr. can. third Sunday. ; the evil In it needs tt'Iu| l ,lltsll\, HI' (ii III, ,,(Hill, 'I
and Mrs. Douglas. The four

of them went on to New Orleans - --.."
- - - - - -
La. and stayed at the

Holiday Inn down In the French
Quarters. They had a great
-.. "IN SEARCH OF THE CASTAWAYS"Sun. time eating out and sightseeing. -
They returned to the Youth
-" ...;;;. > Music Camp In time for its

-...,,--....-. .-;-. ., Mon., Tues. Aug. 22, '3. 24 concert CHURCH on Sat.NEWS, Aug. .14. People with a futuresave

DIRECT FROM ITS Nine Youths from the Brooker -

, 1i1J! ti1j.1t1RtjiD2I Vi Baptist Church Choir attended -

SENSATIONALENGAGEMENT 1 Music Camp Harmony in Panama Bay Youth City. for it at

They were: Brenda Bass, who
ROAOSHOW/ was voted best camper of her
cabin; Debbie and Greg Douglas -

; Linda and Sandra Ed- First Federal
warda JImnTv and Tommy Out-

cotes law; Wanda Rabon and Lane

Now For The Temple. These young people
G had a marvelous time at Har-

mony Bay. Their lives were
lstjimeAtPopular 1 spiritually enlightened. Mr.and

As0A PRODUUIOH!,Of AMERICA Production DislnbuM by MAKON FILMS LIMIltD Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, Mr. and
Prices! Mrs. Douglas and Rev. and 0r
Mrs. Temple enjoyed the concert -

MINIMONSTERSTO and brought the young people -
home. Sunday morning they
PS- 12Q.


film on local theatre
screens Is "Toral Toral Toral"the
epic recreation of events
leading to Japan's attack on
Want maximum comfort at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.

Three years In the making
on locations In Japan Hawaii
minimum cost from your and Washington, D.C. the film
recreates ''the day of Infamy"that
catapulted the US Into World r
electric air conditioner? War D. "Tora! Toral! Tora!"

plays five days, Sunday through
Tuesday at the Florida Thea-

I tre.At dawn on Dec. 7. 1941 a

Sunday morning, the Japanese IJH.
-@ Fleet reached a point 200 miles
HOW TO north of Hawaii and launchedthe

GET MORE ENJOYMENT FROM YOURelectric first wave of the attack w
squadron. Even before the first

bomb was dropped Lt, Cdr. ..Il
Mltauo Fuchlda, leader of the
i air.conditioner- Japanese attack squadron, radioed -

to his fleet Tonal Tore! / I

Admiral Yamamoto, educatedat .
i Harvard and at first reluc-

tant to KO to war avajnat the
USA received news of the successful -
surprise attack,but also
learns Pearl Harbor was struck
almost an hour before the Japanese -
ultimatum was delivered
In Washington. "I fear all we

11 have done is to awaken a sleeping
% j ,giant and nil him with a
terrible resolve," he said.
In Washington Japanese envoys .,
handed a final peace negotiation
to Secretary of State
Cordell Hull who was already

aware pearl Harbor had been
attacked. Hull's fiery and bit-

: ter reply to the ambassador
was couched in language never
before heard In American di

I plomacy.

Color Filmed by DeLuxe in Panavlslon, the American with- A good future just doesn't happen. It takes planning Stop for a moment and ask yourself "Do I have

sequences of "Torat! Toni and preparation and sometimes a lot of plain a good future?" If the answer is yes, do what others

I Tort., !as" stars General Jason Short.Robards.Jr. Martin, I old blood, sweat and tears. There's one thing people with a future are doing save for it at First Federal

Balsom as Admiral Klmmel, withBt future have in common they save for itl! Savings and Loan Association.Our .
Joseph Cotton as Secretary of
War Henry Stinson James
,- Whltmore as Admiral "Bull"
Haliey and E.G. Marshall. Hours:

Lt. Col. Britton.Th. i
SOI I Drive-In this week Won thru Thurs. .- 9 a.m. to 3p.m.

screens two' big Disney MU Friday -.9 a.m. to 5:30
Friday and Saturday, Aug. 20- erased
I If f you want to know how to economize and 21, In "The Computer Wore Saturday
I and "1J1 Searchof I
Tennis 5I1oe.
enjoyment your
still get more
conditioner pick up a free copy of FPL's Two the Castaways.horror dims show at SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.

booklet. "How To Economize and Still Get
the drive-In Sunday through
More Enjoyment From Your Electric Air Tuesday Aug. 22-24: "God11111' o&& J hQl1J,
and "Islandof
Conditioner.It's free! Available, once again, at your I==I=I } The. Burning Revenge"Damned." (KM)M44000.dos:. FIOOIOA WIST< MADISON 1301An ITWITtTMKf. Lq2IP

.. First 100 customers at the
appliance dealers. Or local FPL office. -- --
drive-In will be presented with

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tibram; Kersey Steve Povfifc Services Held ,. ,. dNC

Services HeW For Col. r a, r ?
Llbram Kersey, 70,or Starke, Long 44Vaj'd;. r',, .
,. '
died Monday !In Bradford founts In Jones Chapel I
Steve Pavlik. 78. died Sun- X.Yt fd
Hospital after a short Ill- ygw s Fjl1' 4 }
day morning In Bradford Coun

ness.22 lie, 1900 was, born the son on November of the- ty Hospital after an extended Col. Telfair T. Long, Sr., 68, t 1-

late General M. and Darken Illness. He was II retired Marks l of Starke, died as Die result of > eN-,
maker and had lived In a sudden attack Monday mom-
Norman Kersey. Ho was a retired -
farmer and a memberof for several years on North Ing.
Church. Church SLIts lie was born In Starke on Dec.
the Baptist three daughters If survived by his wife, 30, 1902 the son of the late
Surviving are
Lucille Deese and Mrs. Elizabeth Pavlik of Felix II, and Cornelia Peek .CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH CHRIST
Mrs. Leila Burkhalter, bo* Long. CHURCH 432 N. St. Clair St.. Stark BAPTIST MISSION AT MELROSE
(Funeral services were held Sunday School, 9:43: ajn.
veteran of
Col. Sunday School
Lora Long was a 9i45
of Jacksonville; Mrs. a.m. Sunday School, 10 ajn. MornIng U.S. SOl North behind Tutee -
and at the graveside In Hlllcrest World War II. having served Morning Worship II Youth \ Schedule of Services
Thompson, Greenville, Ga.j; a.m. Worship. 11 ajn. Sunday 1' ll elvtihlpoBp mIC11o1IrPno- Frs Drive In, Sunday
Memorial Park, at 10:30
: a.m. tn the military (or 30 years Service 6:00: pjn.Ernlng Sunday Bible Study 10:00:
12 grandchildren. Evening, 7 pun. Youth\ Night School 10 Wonhlp Service
tice. ajn.
Wednesday 8
held with Rev. Emmett Moore officiating. before his retirement due to ship 7 pjn.Thursday. p.m. Morning Worship 11:00: Lm.
Funeral services were Interment followed lie Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch 11 ajn. and 7 par Pray ajn.
under physical disability. began
In Jones night Prayer Meet Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.
at 2 Thursday .. Meeting' 7:30 .
p.m. Friday punt.Rev. er Service 7:30: pjn. Wednes
direction of UeWjttC.
Chapel with Rev Leroy Jones his military career with enlistment ,::30 pjn. All other Evenings- 8:00: p.m.
Memorial Y.W. !((1dd, Astor
Interment In the f'lorlda National fry Luke Pastor day.Leroy
Olive officiating. HAMPToN I
Guard in 1932.He ; Olive, pastor, E.L CHRb'11A,11
was In the under family direction plot In Ityal of was mobilized Into the SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School, 10 ajn. Morning GrUfls, associate pastor CHURCH'

Cemetery DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. -HAMPTON- Regular Army with the local BAPTIST CHURCH KINCSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Worship, n.Training' Union, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn
Guard unit early In World War 639 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Sunday School 9:30: ; Training 6:30. Evening Worship 730.: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ing WONhJ. 11 ajn. Evening l

By Mr*. D. E. DID II and served In the Pacific : Sunday School. 10 ajn.Preaching. Union 10:15 ajn.; Morning Worship LeRoy Dalrymple, Pajtor.BETHEL BROOKER Worship/ -Jame.5luw, pas
and European Theatres,, being II a.m. Training U- II a.m.; Evening: Worship. Sunday, School, 10 ajn. Worship tor. f
CITY ELECTION: promoted to Captain, Major, nlon 9:45 p.m. Evening Worship 730 p.m.i Prayer Meeting 7:30: BAPTIST CHURCH Service, II a.m. and 7
COMING SOON Lieutenant Colonel, and Col 7 p.m.Everyone welcome. Wednesday.! Sunday School, 10 ajn. Morn- p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH .
eD JacksonvilleBusiness With election coming up next onel after retirement. Wilbur Dyes; pastor. Pastor Rev. Robert West. loa worship U am.; Evening Rev. Lacy Conway, Pastor BROOKER. FLA. l
He was a member of the Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday -
month, Sept 14, last weeh'eCouncI Worship 7:30: p.m.; Prayer
[ meeting brought out First United Methodist Church, CHURCH OF GOD Meeting, 7:30: tun. Wednesday. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol -
Candidates American Legion Post 56, and NEW RIVER BAPTIST -Rev. J.C. Saunders SuperlnterdentTnlNtrgU.
the registration books OF PROPHECY. BROOKER pastor Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning
recently resigned from the Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng nlon, 6:45 pjn. Lowell Douglas,
office now
for City may Sunday School, 10 ajn. Morning Worship 11 a.m. and 70.Rer
obtain qualifying forms from Starke Rotary Club due to Ill- Worship 11 ajn. YoungPeople's D.m.lErenUrg MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Director. Wonhlp Service, 11

Lillian S. Ingenlath, Clerk of health. Service, 6 p.m. Union 7 Worship Sunday 9:45: ajn. Sunday John Ross, pastor ajn., 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw,music -
"the City of Hampton She Is Surviving are his wife] Myr- Evangellstte Service, 7 p.m. 8 pjn. Wednesday Night School, H a.m. Morning( Worship director.
DirectoryAuto home after six so anyone desiring win Jackson Long, of :Starke; Wednesday Prayer Meeting, service, 7:30 pjn. Everyone 8 pjn. Training Union EVERGREEN BAPTIST
to run will bo able to see two sons Thomas T. LongJr., 7:30 pjn. Come and wonhlp welcome 7 pjn. Evening Worship. HEILBRONN BAPTIST
her after this hour. Atlanta Ga.. and David C, with us. L.L. Parker pastor Weclnelday7:30PrayerSer Highway/ 125, Northwest CHURCH HIGHWAY 18 N.
School 10
Sales and Service Nominees are required to obtain Long, Orlando; three brothers, -Rev. Bobby: Harris Assoc vices Lawtey. Sunday Worship, 11:15., Sun-a.m. Sunday School! 9:45: a.m.
ten signatures In order to Comer Long, Okeechobee; William PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper, Pastor. Morning 7:30 Morning Worship H. Training
qualify[ after which time they N. Long, Gainesville; GREATER BETHLEHEM Sunday School 10 a.m. day Night Service : p.m. Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Service -
Parrish Motors must submit their forms to and Allen Long; one sister, FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Wonhlp 11 ajn. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday Prayer Albert Meeting, 7:30. Midweek Prayer
Mrs. Igcnlath on or before Sept Mrs. Margarett C. Carroll, Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sunday Senrlces t CBooster Band, Young Sunday 9:45: ajn.j i 7:30: pjn. Rev. Knight, Service 7:30.

ember I. Jacksonville; and two grandchildren School, 9:30: : Morning Worship People, and Prayer Service), 5 Morning Wonhlphll a.m.EvenIng pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe''
/SALES The Council meeting last D1Leacle. 4 pjnt Service p.m. Evening Worship. 7 p.m. Worship, 7 p.m.;Wed. Prayer pastor.
SERVICE VOLVO Wednesday, Aug. II, saw seven Funeral services were held 6 pjn. -- Rev jaip.rWul1am. Midweek Service, Wednesday. Meeting and Bible Shay 7 LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH
FARTS candidates for the four positions at 10:30: a.m. Wednesday In pastor 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland p.m. Study on Book of Psalm Sunday School, 9:45: a.mi;
open, submit their quail- Jones Memorial Chapel with Pal for. G.F. Prevatt. pastor Everyone Morning, Worship, II a.m.Even CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
Always Good Vied Cam tying forms. Presently due fobs Rev. DcWltt T. Farabee offi FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome. ing Worahl. 7:30: p.m. Mid LATTER DAY SAINTS
on the ballot next month and the ciating. Interment was In Crosby STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH week Bible Study. Wednesday, 1404 E. Bessent Road
Ml Laura St. Ph. 351-SIS4EI.ECTHIC positions they are seeking, areas [Lake Cemetery under direction Sunday School, 9:45;' Morning Highway 100 at Theressa) 70: pm Sunday Priesthood 8:30 a.

follows: For Mayor, Arthur of DeWltt C. Jones Funeral Worship 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School- ajn. MornIng FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Be >In church Sunday. m. Sunday ScII"'I l, 10 a.m. Sac-

MOTORS Bruno; City Clerk. Lillian S. !home MYF groups,6Youth Worship 11 a.m. Training Sunday Service:Sunday School Frank Jarvis, pastor ramont.; 5 p.m.
and Karen Supsky Monday Mia 7:30: pjn.
Ingenlath ; Wednesday > Union 6:30 Even Worship
p.m. j 9:45: a.m. Morning
PEAVY Brother. Marshal, Wllllard Thomas and REVIVAL SERVICESAT hearsal' 7pjn. Prayer Meeting', ing Worship 7:15 p.m. 10:45 ajn. Evening Service, 7:15 Tuesday Primary 4SOpm.
Hershel Parker; Councilmantwo EVERGREEN BAPTIST> 7:30. Chancel Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday Night Prayer Service Youth Group Meeting,Sun ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC Wednesday Relief Society,
( seats) A.C Dennison and Revival! services will start 7:45.: Merle p.m. CHURCH MACCLENNY 7:30: p.m.
7:30 Rev.
Electric Co. 6:30
: pjn. day p.m.
Hazel Thomas. Sunday, Aug. 22, at Ever- -DeWltt T. Farabee, Jr. Packham, pastor. .J.C. Brown, minister Sunday Mas*. 12 noon Holy President.Jesse D. Branson, Bnnch
Baptist Church on SR
Electric Motors REGULATIONSFOR green >ay Mass 5:30 pun.
125 west of Starke and con-
:Sold:; Serviced Rcpalreo GARBAGE tinue through Sunday, Aug. 29, LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL _. ,
HOLINESS CHURCH ---- --- --------- -- -- -- --------
Generators Stalcre Armature Garbage collection In Hampton with Clifford Knight of ,\ r -t
Re wtndrn R. may be disappointing to ton, Ala. as the evangelist. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.: .,: .,. :. :

4U4.IA t >nox J ax. 38 7-2r.8:; some residents unless certain Sow service will 1 1! begin each Morning Worship U a.m. Youth I s!: ,
Service 8 pjn.j: Evening Worship ,'
requirements I are met. night at 7:30.God :: :r
"""" ::
(Irst. garbage must be contained 7 p.m.Tuesday. ::x ; : :.. ,. ;
PIANOS within plastic, leakproof Prayer Meeting 7:30: 'M:;' : :;'
bogs. Bags must be tied and p.m.Rev. J
YAMAHA: PIANOS have no liquids or raw materials I{ -- W.B. Chauncey,pastor .. c.. ;;';{:; : r; I
within, such as watermelon ::-.
rinds, unless separately con !I/l
and sealed within the ._,_. S GRACE BAPTIST : :.
largos :-" '- CHURCH STARKE I I
bag. \.. -
i Sunday School, 10 Morning LOOKS
Secondly, barrels with loose |f.M 9 a.m. -
trash or garbage will not be dheBible, Worship at 11. Training
picked Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Wor-
up.'thirdly God of confusion
is not a ,
I bags must be not so ship, 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer
I Cor.
but of P[aft.-( Meeting, 7:30.Rev.F Leon f,
: T.
heavy as to be unable to support
the weight of contents without 11:33): ). Odom, Jr., pastor. Y}: : { .... I
; .,. .
tearing/ ; bags must not be overfilled What a joy it is to realize : ON !

"SWINGER"ORGANS as to prevent. tying or that we can condition ourselvesto AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH I ? :ii,
KJ\IJUU.: scaling. act and react with the t wise Sunday School, 10 ajn. Mom-i {'' ,

( Collectors alsd'request I r that we so much desire to express. trig Worship, II a.m.i Evening I i ii. i,
Roosevelt ;\1811-3118 8519 waste bags bo placed In a >ti::
Never attain/ need we give r in to Worship 7 pjn.; Wed. Prayer
"""" convenient location, preferably and Bible Study I
again Meeting !I
i irritations; never
petty THE
\ft'KSTKKN alongside
STOKE roadways.
Meet- ,
7 Young Peoples '
act i'x
Cooperation with the waste need we speak too quickly, f-Deve Monday, 7 p.m.
collection department will undoubtedly too hastily t Let us bo 1 patientin "
G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone -
LITTLE.DUDE. ) have its own reward. our daily r encounter!! and Welcome. I : ,; :,, ,
Please try to meet the require rely on prayer and the Christ ''a' E V T '

Western Store ments asked! spirit of peace and love to EDWARD'S CATHOLIC oi
ST. i .
PERSONALSSeymour:: assist 9 ; .,. :, HEART !
us. CHURCH. STARKE > g :>: .:...,,,
Western Cloth'tig';; In-uther 1 Bailey has spent (the Father James Cragan,pastor. J : ;
.vrttx! ) S dIJ' and TrnllemOharlrf. last five weeks In Bradford Saturday Mass 7 pjn.Sunday f
Ills FIRST BAPTIST; CHURCH Mass ;i'i i'ii' i' : >
& Sharon, I'cttv County Hospital. time of Mass. 10 ajn. Holy Day I
release i Is unknown. STARKF:
7 :
!IO>3 S, 1'"III'w".1: 381-1210: Having been hospitalized tor SundaySunday School, 9:45: p.m.Confessions -- Saturday 8 I ''r:' 'G. 1.Y ; I
: ..
Worship at 11 ser-
Morning ;
such a long Ume, :Mr. Bailey P.m.
1-'IIRNITI( (:NR has, of course, received many mon; "Christ Llveth In Me." School of Religion: I I
visitors.' Amoungtheaewerrehie Church Training, 6:15: ; EvenIng Grade School -- Sunday U 1 the Church Cod I appointed agency in (

BAXLEY CHAIR two daughters Dorothy and f'IIc.iboth. Worship 7:30:: Your; sermon : a.m. to 12 noon. /thii world (for spreading, ,Ihs knowltdg of '
Kosldlng In Orlando, the "Five Steps l'p In Spiritual High School -- Wednesday I Man' 'trt) .ivm-iion tu another I if I bawl I un tun-I
I Life." Hit loot (10. man end of Hit demand for : '
Furniture Discount daughters came to see Uiclr MondayYouth Choir Practice 7 to 8p.m. I mon la ntpond 'to ,that tare by loving hit react ui>|*ai-amn. uml only time w ill, ln-lp, him

father last week. 7 p.m. neighbor. Without,. hit grounding, in ,Iht lo know the hc.irt nf another. Gc.i l )know4. ,immediately

Lit Inn N"m i UDinlntf extended ret; well wishes are heartily TuesdayYoung Musicians NORTHSIDK\ : BAPTIST I lore of( God, no gomnment ar tacitly, or seers attitude nf the hcait. ulirlK: >|. it i iI if 1
to Mr.
Hallcy In
(Rix-in g|i I XJjHiMlroiiin 1 1i his recovery will be swift hopes and Choir, 2 p.m. Night CHURCH\ I way of 'lift, will, long pirttvtrt and 'Ihs yowl or bud."flti f

r ;.-- he Is homo WednesdayFamily Sunday Morning Worship 'frttdomt which w< hold to dear will, ,intvilably
f :: once again tl tin ntltttiil. ..1.1// / ..
( Supper, 6 p.m.; Youth Choir 9:45: ; Sunday School 11. Sunday t tin /tii i'n U.N i
I ,
Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill returned '- "A", 6:20.: Prayer Meeting and Evening Worship 7:30.: peiiih Thtiffon, ivin from a Gnl.Thcrv I.
WIIOI.KS\IK: : VHHKS:" last Wednesday from an K.A.'s 6:30 Teachers and selfish") point' of view, ant should' rapport
; Wednesday Evening 7:30. t
overnight visit to Ocala. While Officers Meeting; L'hurchChoir Wells Pastor, : the Church for the rake of ,the wtKart of( :ire/ > many ,ir"ur
MX Casual I ll"rk front I -Ir.iarkenneillr away, they. were able to visit 8:15. -Wayne him,," and hit (fomI, )'. Ityond thai, how- the )Lord., "!.< I t//, In 11.1 ..,> II" >.. ri,i..;'i> Nod. .., (. '

rli.; :W!> I7II !in:Mrs.Pomona I r.V. Ilipe{Park who just resides south Thursday-, Visitation 7 p.m. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL f aver tvtry ptrton thould uphold and tin /....,/."

of I: IaWa. -W.A. Moran Pastor CHURCH STARK participott, in ,the Church become it tills

- Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd the tnlh' about' mon'i lilt, death and
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Sundays 10 a.m. Morning Prayer dtttiny'; the hulk, which alone will, til' him, cw..**.. $e*.
2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday, I Ins to li y. at a child ol Cod.
10 .
a.m.John M, lynn, Hector ._
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Salute to Labor. STARKE CHURCH

Bible School, 10 a.m. Worship STARKE "66"
Services 11 ".m. and I FLORIDA SERVICE
.. 6 Midweek Service Wednesday
run. '

7 p.m. Ladles Bible ? J....G EST Kill Edwrrds! Ph. 964-7231
Class Thursday 11 a.m.Church
located one block west on SR Tire TruinxHeadlight
16. g c pNTAOI
--J.P.H. Bell -_" .
ministerPIM.IIII Adjusting;
It pRUSres C&
r rs ,' : :\ I. CONGREGATIONAL Brake Servke

r METHODIST: CHL'HCH Carl Hunt Phone 964-6111
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Wheel lUUnce andAlignment

Worship II a.m. Youth 3.19 E. Call St. Starke, Kla.
Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor
ship 7:30 p.m. Rev. Tommy Z/-HR. WRECKER SERVICE phone 964-5745 for FREE A!CONDITION' SERVICE
I.. Milliard
pastor. Hlway 301 and 100 and Estimate
1 Inspection AH Minor Repairs
tlO 8.
Tempi Stark
To the men and women whole FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 617 N. Temple Ave Stark

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i YSTONE: HEIGHTS -- MELROSE I Top Cases During Week: Water RateHearing

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skiing violations drew tines in er's license, and was fined Set

Keystone Hilites I Benson-Tiffany Vows Exchanged Judge court at Graham Lake Geneva Hutchlnson'i duringthe $36.Brenda Altair Wims, and Ka-

I L In Jacksonville past week. thryn Ellis, both of Gaines-
Ceremony. The heavy case load against ville, pleaded guilty to havingno For FridayAn
By GLORIA REDFEARN' boaters came in the wake ofa driver's license in possession -
PB.ose/ I Miss Josephine Nella Tiffany, ket with a cascade arrange- crackdown by personnel of but sentence was suspended -
.' ,;Coll 473-3288 or 473-4182 daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry ment of daises and rosebuds. the Florida Marine Patrol on in each case upon later
GARDEN CLUB Charles Tiffany of Jacksonville, Miss JoAnn Benson and Miss violations in area lakes duringthe presentation of valid licenses examiner hearing will be week several councilmen expressed -
Mrs. Marion Denmark. Mc- with held at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug.20, opposition to the
OF THE LAKES Mr. spoke her wedding vows Lisa Beth Benson, Keystone past two weeks. by the defendant proposed -
A Lean presented his wife witha David Arnold Benson, son of Heights, sisters of the bridegroom J.E. Holt. Jr., of Jackson- Gordon W. Steadman Jack- In the Keystone Heights city hall Increase, and City; Attorney
special Board meeting of the Executive plaque for being such a good Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Byrum and Mrs. Charles Mc- ville was found guilty and fined sonville, found guilty of unlaw- on a proposed 50 per cent Fremont Tolles was Instructed -

Club of the Lakes of the Garden held wife and mother. Benson of Keystone Heights, Knight m Gamer, N.C. servedas $26 on a charge of operatinga ful speed and fined $26. water rate Increase requestedby to examine the Water
was in the Avondale BaptistChurch, bridesmaids and bridesma- motor boat with skiler with- Michael D. Foster Jacksonville the Keystone Water Com- Company's 30-year lease and
Thursday, Aug. 12, at the homeof HERE Testimony for and againstthe see if it was legal. The
Mike 'N THERE Jacksonville, on Saturday, July tron. They wore dresses and out observer or mirror. found guilty; of exces- pany. lease
President.Mrs. Falkel!first Vice Sympathy is extended to Mrs. 24. The Rev. Jack WhItley assisted hair bows styled Identically to Richard Frank Aycock of Orange sive speed of 50 mph In bus- rate raise will be heard was granted in 1958 and has
Joseph Wallace on the deathof by the Rev. Fred II. those worn by the honor attendant Park was fined $26 for iness district of Keystone by an examiner for the Florida 17 more years to run.
The 1971-72 clubp program was her husband this past week. Vines, grandfather of the bridegroom and carried similar pulling skiler without observer Heights, and fined $36 or 10 Public Service & Utility Com- The Water Company is owned
discussed and highlights will Mrs. Marge Gardner wishesto officiated at the double bouquets. mirror. mission. by heirs of the late G.E. Wig.
be a Fall sale of.plants and thank everyone for the cards ring service In a candlelight Joseph B. Benson attendedhis Carol or G. Thomas Jacksonville gins who founded the company
The basic Is
arrangements on November 12 present rate
; days.Bldg. and operated the
received and all the kindnesses water facility
best and
son as man ushers charged with
having no $9 for the first 15,000 gallonsof
an Open Meeting Novem-
on for
shown to her during her recent David Freeman,Hastings,organist were James L. Higbe, lifesaving equipment in boat t, water used while the many years.Councilman .
ber 18 Jesse Godbold Flo- requested -
bereavement the deathof and Miss Andrea An- Roy Watkins expressed -
on Little Rock. Ark. brotherinlaw was fined $21.Margaret .
rida new rate Is $13.50 for
Agricultural' Extension her father, Joseph Hubbard donian, Satellite Beach, and of the bride; Douglas Allen Gregory Hughes. Permit the first hope at last week's ..
Service Director for Clay County of Columbus Kan. Miss Pamela Thomas Fort 15,000 gallons. Larger meeting that a large number
Benson, Keystone Heights,bro- Jacksonville, was found guiltyof
; increaseIn
as speaker; and a tour of Mrs. George Putnam has Pierce soloists (the quantities carry an of townspeople would turn out
returned presented ther of the bridegroom; John towing aquaplane without FeesThe proportion.At .
Jay Ellis' Camellia Lane on from to Scotland of wedding music. at the hearing to protest the
January 27. Several a trip program Sidney Barker HI, Wilmington, mirror or observer and fined the council meeting last
workshopsare where she visited friends and The bride wore a gown of N.C., and Anthony Ralph Hunt proposed Increase.

also planned ,on ,corsages, relatives of her late husband white summer satin designedwith er Interlachen. $26.Robert V. Carpenter,Sanford Keystone Heights Coun- ''''''."....... I;.,.. '* =::.= 91 1III88888IIJ!
fresh flower arrangements, Dr. George Putnam. a victorian neckline and The wedding reception was was fined $26 for not having cil adopted a new schedule of
dish gardens and dry arrange- Mr. and Mrs. William W. short sleeves of reembroidered held at the Fellowship Hall of valid boat registration. building permit fees at Its reg- (Lake Sa.t. Fe)
ments. Saeger of Gulf Port Fla. were Alencon lace, and was escorted the church where the tables featured Jimmy Wins lead Plttman. ular meeting last week. INDIAN BEACH II" I

The first regular meeting of recent houseguesta of Mr. and to the altar and givenin arrangments of white and Jacksonville, was fined $16 for Patterned after the present p.....x475-1111.2<< '

the club will bq held Thurs- Mrs. Charles Smith marriage by her father. The yellow pompoms, white gladi- operating motor boat with no rates charged by the Bradford :_. _______._.n._............=.aa..."......"_.n"_"_._.- a. uc' ..... ..
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day, Sept 23 at home Mr. and Mrs. Michael Red- Empire bodice was enhanced oli and white Phaelanopsls or- valid registration. County Zoning Board, the new
ofj the Club President, Mrs. fearn and daughters, June and with appliques of lace and the chids. John Edward Sara, Jacksonville Keystone fees, effective Immediately Greetings, friends and neigh- with his grandparents, the Carpenters
J. Miller Wrinkle' Kathy, spent a few days last slightly gathered skirt featured Mrs. William Taft Woods, was fined $21 for operating are: bors fromyou rolling-reporter. the first of the week.
Following the.meeting, the week in Atlanta seeing the sightsof a deep border of lace at the Jr. and Mrs. Edgar J. Parker, boat with skiler without On structur,& up to $1,000, No, I haven't been sick or Johnny Quinn of Savannah,
hostess served luncheon. Stone Mountain and Six Flags hemline. She wore a full length Jacksonville; Andrea Andonian, mirror or observer. $2.50 per thousand (minimum). anything, I Just decided to takea Ga., is spending the summer

Over Georgia and then to Chattanooga mantilla edged with scallopsof Satellite Beach, and Miss Pam- Henry S. Stout, Jacksonville, From $1.001 to $15,000( $2 much needed break from the with his grandparents, Mr. and
DUPLICATE BRIDCE Term where they visited reembroldered Alencon lace, ela Thomas, Fort Pierce, assisted was fined $31 for pulling skl- per thousand. same ole routine week after Mrs. George Ellis. Their
Winners for August 10 were: Lookout Mountain, Ruby which extended Into a chapel in serving the guests. ier without mirror or observer week. granddaughter, Susy Ellis, of
First, Mrs. R.N. Livingstonand Falls and Rock C1'. train and carried a cascade Mrs. Cheryl Clalrborne Laing, From $15,001 to$50,000.$1.50 This Friday marks 24 years Tampa, spent a week with them

Mrs. C.E. Thomas; tied Guests this week of Mr. and bouquet of French carnations, Miami Shores, kept the bride's John Jock.. Jacksonville, was per t Misand. ;your rolling-reporter has been recently. Last weekend, Judy -
for second were:Mrs. Bannister Mrs. Charles Smith were: Mr. roses and baby's breath, cen- book.After fined $21 for having no valid From $50,001 up, $1 per thou- in this ole sinful world. Truth- and Durell Ease and his mother
Mrs. C.W. Hardy and Mrs. and Mrs. Allan Dean of Bloomington tered with white orchids. a wedding trip to me boat registration.Four sand. fully, the only good thing I of Guy ton, Ga., two nephews -
Mary Cook, Miss Iva Hlllyer; Ind. The Deans also Mrs. James Lloyd Higbe,LIt- Smoky Mountains, the coupleis defendants were found Thus a building permit for can say, Is Praise God, I have from Baltimore, Md.,
tied for third were: Mrs. Ray visited Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pa- tle Jock! Ark., attended her now at home at 250 North guilty of possession of Intoxicating a $SO,boo structure would cost Jesus as my Lord and Sav- Mary Hall and Regina! Hall and
Becker, Mrs. Phil Kromer ter. The Deans are former Key- sister as matron of honor, attired Kentucky Avenue, Apt. 29, De- beverage in a state park $83 (($2.50 for the first $1,000; ior! I accepted Jesus Christin Olga Quinn all were visitingthe
Mrs. Cay Livings to!)'and Mrs. toners. in a gown of maize nylon land. The bride is a music and fined as follows: T.B. Graham $2 per thousand for the next November of 67, and I can Ellis family.
Raymond Starnes; fourth place, chiffon designed along Empire teacher at the Enterprise Ele- Gainesville, $16; Maggie $14,000. and $1.50 for the next honestly say the past months Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Hall of
Mrs. Rowland Bryan.and Mrs. COMMUNITY CHURCHThe lines and featuring short mentary School, Deland. The Moore Williams, Jacksonville, $35,000)). have been the happiest, most Savannah, Ga., have purchasedsome
C.V. Horne Executive Board of the puffed sleeves. She wore a groom attends Stetson University $16; Robert Lee Williams Up to now, building permitsin rewarding months of my life. property here and are
Winners for Thursday, Aug.12 Community Church Women will maize satin bow In her hair and serves as organistat Gainesville, and Paul Lyman Keystone Heights have been November 9 Is the day of my moving a trailer on It, so they'llbe
were: First, Mr. and Mrs. Bill meet on Monday, Aug.\ 23, at and carried a small white bas Trinity Methodist Church. :Robie, Jacksonville, were found based on the following scale: second birth, which is much around some of the time
Bartlett; Tied for second, Mr. 1 p.m. at the Educational Build guilty but given suspended sen- Garage or single room, $2; more dear to me than this day anyway. We'd like to extend a
and Mrs. Raymond Starnes, ing. tences due to extenuating circumstances one or more rooms, $3; residence of my first. All are born once, warm welcome to the halls
Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs. W. Workshops for the Fall Bazaar or business building of but unfortunately, not many are Mrs. James Faulkner, Mrs.
H. Davie; Third place, Mr. to be held November 5 News Notes Tony Allen, Gainesville any value, $5. Born Again (or born the sec Ralph Chrismon her daughter,
and Mrs. AI Bachmann; 4th started on Wednesday and will The new rate was placed in ond time). My friend, if you Wendy and friend Alice of Ma-
place, Miss Iva Hlllyer and be held I effect immediately by the coun- are one of the pitiful multi- con, Ga., visited Mrs. Beulah
Mrs. R.P. Vogh. 10 a.m. eachWednesday to 2 to from By Helen Egan Jos. C. Wallace/ tude who has never been born Smith and Mrs. Ruby Wolfe
p.m. prepare again (saved by the blood of last week. Mrs. Techla Mc-
,. for the Bazaar.Mr. MARRIAGEOn Supper for members and their cil.Bids
COFFEE Services Held Jesus), it is sincere heart- Grlff of Jacksonville also visited
afternoon my -
and Mrs. J.W. Simeralhad Saturday Aug. families at 6:30: p.m. In Mas- SoughtOn
A coffee was held recently as guests recently their 14, at 2 p.m., Miss Christine onic Hall will celebrate theblrth.tay At Keystone HIs. felt desire and prayer that you them last week, and Hayden -
for the husbands and wives Beth Stubbs Timber will accept Jesus as your per- Smith and daughter Candy,
nephew, Donald Ferrer, and daughter of Clyde of the Order of Eas- at
who live In Keystone Club E. Stubbs and Elizabeth Morris tern Mar founder Robert Morris sonal Lord and Savior even of Live Oak, visited over the
his friend Michael Brooks of Joseph C. Wallace, 66, ofKeystone
Estates at the home of Mr. Long Island, N.Y They were Stubbs, became the bride of Heights, died Thurs KH AirportThe before finishing this column. weekend.
and Mrs. Walter Muhlhofer. Morris Thompson Ru- 12 In Friday, I was visited by my Dr. and Mrs. Phipps and family -
here for a week and during son of COMMUNITY CHURCH day, Aug. a Gainesville
Guests of honor were Mr. and fus J. City of Keystone old Buddy, Sid Forbes, his son spent two weeks in the
the time spent a few days sightseeing Thompson and Grace L. At the Sunday Morning Wor- hospital after a short Illness.He Heightswill
Mrs. Ralph Read who recently In Daytona Beach. Thompson of Jacksonville The had resided at Keystone accept sealed bids up until lobby, and their friends John- lake cottage owned by Marian
Service on Sunday,Aug,15,
;. moved here from Ohio. Assisting Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Simeral ceremony took place In St.wn. the ship Celestrial Choir renderedthe Heights for the past eight years, 8:30: p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 14, ny and Rosemary, all of Jacksonville Winters of Jacksonville. Last
were: Mrs.Eugene Hac I lived (boarded during week, Ralph Simmons Jr. and
attended the Fields Ham's Catholic Church, Key on timber located on the following
ker, Mrs. Edmund Poole, Mrs. at the Thunderbird Jerry In Jacksonville Show stone Heights. anthem of the "morning, lie was business manager and property at Keystone Air- the week) with Sid and his family stayed In the Winters
"Like a Shepherd. PastorMcCord's assistant superintendent of the
Leo LeBlanc and Mrs. Harold and The ceremony was performedIn port: family for three years while cottage. Ralph caught the nice
report having a won- Florida Mate Prison before his
Lawrence sermon was "Divi attending Jesse Ball DuPont bass pictured In this weeks
i was the co-hostess. derful time.bOMAN'S St. William's Catholic Church 1That area lying between
.', WI .., with the pastor, Father Maurice ded Loyalty", and Just beforethe retirement In 1963. A veteranof Runway 10-28 and the Florida Orthopedic School in Jackson- column.
45tH ANNIVERSARY 1" 5 Imhoff, officiating: Mrs. Janet adjourning of the Juniors World War II, he was a Gas Transmission line. ville. Our deep sympathy is extended -
Several people helper the The first ClJB social) A Lamm was the organist."*' -,' from t the morning worship service member ,of !,American. Legion 2That area lying between Saturday, some of my breth- to Mrs. Jo:.W. Revel
event scheduled l-
Mr. McCord gave a ser- and the Coif and Country ern in Christ came out for a and the entire family, over
R. McLean's celebrate by the Woman's Club of The bride was given in mar- old graded road and Blandlng
monette to the Juniors "L0yalty" Club fish fry in honor of birthday the loss of her brother James
on my ,
their her fence bounded the south
45th Wedding Anniversary Keystone Heights will be a riage by father and was attended on
with a luncheon at the Garden luncheon and card party on by her sister, Miss Les- explaining David's Love Surviving is his widow, Helen by Florida Gas Transmission Also attending were my Aldrlsh, of Alma, Ga.
Restaurant In Starke recent Friday Sept. 10. Details will ley Stubbs, as bridesmaids. of God. They then adjourned to M. Wallace, Keystone Heights. line. Trees along side the old grandparents, Palma and Hu- Charles, Louise, and Paul-
ly. Those attending were: Mr. be announced later. George Allen served Mr. the educational building for The Rosary was recited at road are marked with yellow bert Chitty and Lynn and Ouida ette Strandberg visited Mrs.
their Junior Church led by Mar- Quick, and Buck and Dixon Jo Strandberg last weekend.
and Mrs. Ernest McLean and A President's Council of Dis- Thompson as best man. Jones Memorial Chapel in Key- paint
Mrs. and Mrs. Barry McLean, trict V. FFWC was held recently FELLOWSHIP CLUB shall Gallop. This is a regular stone Heights at 7 p.m. Friday. 3That part of Section 31, all of Starke. Even tho It rainedall Sam and Dorothy Duller of Or-
sons of the McLeans; Mr. and at the Holiday Inn In Gainesville -- The August Fellowship Club part of the Church service and Funeral services were held at Township 7 South, Range 23 day, we still had a good mond Beach, visited her mo-
Mrs. William Rountree, daugh Mrs. Earl Voyles, PresIdent luncheon was enjoyed by 27 all young folks of the first, 11 a.m. Saturday with Rev. M. East, and Section 6, Township time. ther, Mrs. Strandberg last Sun
ter, and.friends; Mr. and Mrs. of the Woman's Club of members on August 12 at the second and third grades. are Imhoff officiating. Intermentwas 8 South, Range 23 East belong- Red and Geraldine Lee and day, and brought her some pic-
Sheppie Irwin, Mrs. Marie Keystone Heights and mem- Lion's Club. President Marion Invited to Join. in the Keystone Heights ing to Keystone Airpark pro- daughter Donna, of Jackson- tures of her new great-grand-
Jones Cemetery under direction of This includes ville, spent last week In the daughter, Leah Mclntire, of
Mr. and Mrs. Russell bers, Mrs. Ralph Griffin and Driscoll presided. Houston PERSONALSLarry perty. portionsof
E, Thomas DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. I and 2 described above. lake home of her parents, Fred Fitzgerald, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mrs. Kenneth Liggett, attended. Driscoll offered grace for the Norwood wife Tracy, and Corlne Thleman I've been asked to announce
Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- Mrs. Daren 2 and Bids must be on all mer- also of
Sinclair Eaton of meal. Due to illness of Tress young son, years, Jacksonville.Pete that the Hale-Mlzell family
ence G. Thee, Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville 7-month-oId daughter Ashley chantable pine timber, exclud- reunion -
District V. Director urer Julius Hanson and Secre- Heart Kidney and Joyce Barton will be held August 22
Claude Foster and Mr. about two weeks ing young planted pine, and spent
and conducted the meeting. tary Emily Ison being; out-of- arrived ago last weekend In Panama City at the Community; Center In
2 In Vietnam. Ashley must be accompanied by a check ,
minutes not avail- after
town were years Transplant with Jim and Lake Butler Dinner will be
Evelyn Brum-
(For- for ID% of the bid amount
born In Tralpel
able. A follow up of the reporton was
the discussion as to finances mosa) where the family was Unit to Only sealed bids will be accepted mett served at I p.m., and all relatives -
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home before his OpenThe Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Red- and friends are invited
the meeting was open for stationed. Larry, dish and family of Starhe were Raymond and Gladys Mal-
Bids will be at the
discussion and a motion made marriage, spent five years in opened
American Heart and Kid- weekend guests of her parents phurs have been spending their
of the
regular meeting Key-
by Mrs. Ethel Weyman, sec- Vietnam.It ney Transplant Foundation, a Council Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Carpen free time at their lake home.
STARKE onded by Mrs. Nell Grayson was truly a family reunion stone Heights City on
national non-profit charitable ter. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hal- They were visited by their son
: PHONE 961.6200KEYSTONE that at Game Day, playermembers shortly after Larry's arrival association Is establishing a Tuesday Persons, Sept desiring 14, at further 7:30: p.m.information dree and family of Star he,were and daughter-In-law Bugs and
pay 15 cents as well as from overseas. His sister and local chapter in this area. supper guests Friday night. Nancy and daughters, Fred and
i I to provide a gift prize, preferably family, the RC. Eddys from The main aims and purposes may contact County Mark Reddish, son of Dolph
an edible or staple. Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. Nor- of this organization is to bring Forester Allen Tarleton Star In the and Shirley, spent a few days (Con'i On Next. Page. )
agricultural center at he.
HEIGHTS The door prize donated by wood's parents, cousins and to the attention of the general
Mrs. Grayson was won by John brothers and sisters the Terry -- - - -
public the urgent need for assistance - - - -
PHONE I7.1-.1176: : Kersey. Following adjourn- Windham family from Wildwoodall to the victims of heart : ,
ment of business, two readingswere joined In the family reunion and kidney disease.
given by Mrs. Mitts Ker- and a cook-out at Thomas and The Foundation has estab- ". .w.._ ,
sey, 1st Vice President entitled Lillian's home on Santa Fe lished a fund to train doctorsin oi t
"Ben Adams an d the Lake. Larry and family will these special fields of medi-
Angel" from Readers Digestof enjoy a vacation with his cine
par- and a fund for the development -
August: and "Farewell to ents for the balance of the of a National Trans- : ;
Elegance," a very homey arti- month, making several trips to plant Hospital and Medical Center i t
cle from "Modern Maturity." visit friends and relatives In The Foundation has recently -
Through the kindness of Mrs. Florida and Georgia before goIng set up a Registry for VItal -
Anna S. James, as pianist, a on to his headquarters In ] Organ Donors forms. are t tt
hearty songfest was enjoyed available from the Foundation t
Washington, D.C. for an 18
George Colgtn, a songwriter, month period. for those who wish to donate
vocalized two of his original Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagler of their vital organs at death.
compositions, one of which he Orlando and family spent a John L. McCowen, ExecutiveV.
calls "I'm" Going Back To Key- long week-end with Mr. Hag- of the Foundation, has t Highway; 21 North K.y.ton. Heights; Flo. :
stone. The hall rang with the ler's family, the Ed Roberts, stated that Paul A. Kobe r son. :;
singing of many of the old favorites on Little Bedford Lake. They President of the Foundation,

had been vacationing In Highlands who donated one of his kid-
.- Game Day will be held on and the Smokey Mts. of neys to his 17 year old daughter -
August 26 at 1:30: p.m >n the N. Carolina stopped off in Atlanta Is available to speak to : "The SignOf
r Lions Club building. Two'.nembers fW., on their return to those groups interested In t tt
offered to provide the Orlando. During Sunday afternoon !earning about kidney disease,
goodies that will be served by 8 Harrison and how it affects the patient and
Aug. ,
the refreshment committee, family members and the mira- Good Food"We t tt
Mrs. Lilly Roberts and Mrs. Marian Batchelder of Keystone cle of organ transplant with
Marian Batchelder enjoyed an afternoon visit with t
and this offer the new life that follows.
will "sweeten" the pleasures the Roberts.Mr. Officers of the Foundationare
of fellowship among the Hagler brought his folksa Paul A. Roberson, PresI- t tt

members. many large colorful shadow and box various filled with design dent; John L, McCowen, Executive t would like to take this means of thanking the good people of Keystone
According to the Constitution V.P.; John I. Kennedy,
and By-Laws of the Club. the sea shells, and as he no Sec. Tres.; and Cody E. Bennett Heights, Starke and surrounding area fa your wonderful patronage during ,

ember board will and meet In nominating early Sept- with longer his can mother.use them Any interested left them ,. Director of State of Florida t our first year of operating the Paladin Restaurant. We feel that we must ,

committee appoint to report on candi- person In this particular hobby The Foundation National have given you good service and good food or you would not have returned ,

dates at the October business may We call regret 3-4084.to hear that William Headquarters are located at to eat with us time after time We pledge! that we will continue our efforts
rll Find the Answer 596 South Kdgewood Ave.,Jacksonville ,
at meeting with election to follow +
in November and installation in patient Beam at Alachua, Sr. General has been Hospital a- h1.| :32203. to please you in the future as we have done in the past. Thank you again.

December. room 313, undergoing I f
s. Congratulations to Mrs. have Hazel been Fallin extended least tests another and will week.be there for at S.E. MCKAY' t The Home Of Fine Food

WW tlM ........ b fbuBrial. UM UMWCT t. itltlnl Sheets and Lester Sheets on Mrs. Daisy Hall has been In REALTORI.ysten. ..

We> ffcr CMpleto bmmUmg services. frog C4sdtill their. The quiet marriage on August2nd. Bradford County Hospital for Barbecue Steaks Seafood t
ceremony was performed t -
MS! SaYillel Acewntsi: t. l.wKEYSTONE -
-.... t ;R! pastor of First Baptist Wm. Reynolds, Sr.. after a t '
Church, in the presence of Rev.
few days home from Bradford
Carroll's immediate family. Hospital, Is again a patient thereat Try Our Buffet Luncheon
STATE BANKMember The members of the Fellowship this reporting. .. RENTALS .
Club were happy to have Mrs. Amy ( Walter) Bryon ASSOCIATES t

F.D,..1.D.1, ,t Keystone Heights, FI*. Mrs.luncheon Hazel meeting Sheets and attend becomean the ersna has been llnftoltal.a. patient Gainesville.In the Vet- Mr. M.lb. Il..n 47J-4740 t FROM 11 AM. TO .3 P.M. MON. THRU FRI. $1.50 .:

Bank In Your active member. to cob J. Ch. ...lnon 47J>4.-7<
Friendly Mr.
"Your Friendly When talking Bryon last
Community." EASTERN STAR aunaay re said hIS wife was Improving L...)....R.bin..2 f. :. i 471-Id1; i CALL IN ORDERS TO GO PHONE 473-9620 j
and will be able to return -
The August 21 Covered Dish .
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Circuit Court
Bobble York and children Jan-
fe. Chuck and Doug, Joan and
Daryl Burnslde, and Joe and County; Judge T.A. Yawn conducted -
Sharon Massalone. all from preliminary hearings
Jacksonville. last week for five Raiford pri-
son Inmates facing additional WANTED TO RENT- or 4 SEE THIS2 bed room masonry A.J. Thomas, registered Real

Malda and Homer Keith and charges, and bound them all CLASSIFIED. AD RATES SMALLEST 8-TRACK tape bedroom unfurnished home ceru heat, living dining Estate Broker Specializing In'
daughter Debbie of Tampa over to circuit court. Decks for small size cars LEW'S air conditioned Starke area. kitchen, bath carport, utility Appraisal for Estates, Individuals
spent last week with Roy and The defendants and the charges Minimum Chare n.. ,1.75 at Dahmer's Discount. 10 t/chg. Immediately. Call Phil Smart, paved street. Large Lot. Price and Corporate Owners.
Betty Crlfrtn at Griffin's Lodge. are: Charles Victor Carl- (Cover IS word) 10/7. WELDING SHOP Holiday Inn or call collect #14000.00; pay $3,634.00 down, Also general real estate business -
The only fishing news they had. son and Michael Earl Lucas, area code 919-753-3715. assume $10.366.00 Mtg., 8-3/4 Thirty Years experienceIn
was that the bass are biting ear- each charged with assault with Each word over IS-7o Whispering Pines 4Hf>.- Itchg % Int., Just $80.00 per motnt Florida land matters. Tel.
ly In the morning and late Lathe intent to murder; Robert Junior lOcI Extra Charge If not .. FOR SALE-, 1 apartment small used size refrigerators tel US 301() S. Phone .- Inc., taxes and Insurance. A.J. 964-5701. Starke Florida tfchg
--w Thomas Realtor Tel. 964-
John evening.and Penny Landregamand White and, escape Harry; Robert Hannah Nicholson each- paid In advanceCLASSIFIED .gas stove, I apartment size 96<<-8252 -=::=- 5701.
electric stove, other used furniture -
son from Jacksonville, and charged with assault by a prisoner DISPLAY .' -:;w:.
1805 Kalford Rd. Phone UILTT FOR SALEPoodle puppy
Mr. and !Mrs. Orlando Andrews with a deadly CUSTOM OMC
weapon. =1.30 Per Inch 9648284. Itp O elw ILL MC wormed, shots AKC. Call 964-
of Mount Dora, were guests in
Jackie Limler's cottages last Memorial Revolution ..
week. owner of WAYRadlo ((550 Proclamations, etc -7e word FOR RENT Trailer space-at- WELDING BRAZING ENVELOPES all

Bill and Jerri Com an of Jacksonville Orange Park). Our pastor, Melvin .ter_ 5 pjn. 964-8238. tfchg. SHEET METAL --- visited their daugh: darnel, Is in Birmingham CARDS OF THANKS .TRAILER HITCHES BEAUTIFUL Sealy Mattress't
ter, Jackie lanier, over the Ala., where he underwent open SO word..* or l less __......to WATSON'SHOUSE INSTALLED springs. Innerspring and foam. Room Air ConditionersTouch
weekend. heart surgery having a main Each word over 50-To Regular price, $99.95 set. This
Sunday afternoon, I attended valve transplant. As I'm finish- CF VACUUMS week $59.95 with trade-in at e Control)Comfort.Center JIMMY MOORE'S
Baptismal ceremonies for ing this column, (Sunday night) Manx\ brands of new vacuums Dahmer's Discount. tfchr C Too or Thin Speed CoolingFlenble
the Hampton Baptist Church, Brother !llamel came out of $39.00 np. Used machines from e Air Flow Control SUN SPORTS
which were held at Park of Intensive Care yesterday morn FOR RENT12' wide{ .:!, 2 bed- $10. Expert Repairs all makes. NOTICEStarke 50-Foot SAMPSON LAKE lots e Automatic,. EvenfempTrttrmosfjT

the Palm, and conducted by ing. So we praise God for using room trailer outside city Parts and Accessories_ for all/ 2000. Call 964-5796. e tetra Lsige.WashableFilter. MOORE BOAT FOR
Brothers tone Byron of TrinIty Ills miraculous healing power limits, J.B. White, 964-6114, IT vacuums. BuIlt Crt Central.vac- and Keystone 5tchg 9/16 4tp 9/2 e Corrosion Resistant' Casings, YOUR MONEY
Rescue Mission (Jacksonville on our beloved Brother Ha- no answer call 964-8647. umn cleaning systems.712 N. Customers e Models! for Special Windows.
), and Dan Richardson mel. Main Gainesville 376.7110 Heights area 1971 CLEARANCE Sale- All '11| Starke Ph. 9 .t-5791

...... .. ... .4.. .. . . ..... Hastings Mattress Mobile Homes must go. Olin's ;as: low as
LU'S NURSERY- Open now. Mobile Home Sales 100 West, Complete Outboard A
State certified teacher 4 yrs. and Upholstery Starke. tfchg. $11900 Stern Drive Service and
Heintzelman Ford Ages 2 to 5. Limited enroll- Repair. Complete Fiber
ment. Phone 964-8404. 2tp
710 St. Johns Ave.PALATKA glass Repair. Custom-

.. ..., 8/19 782-3085.FOR SALEUpright 2tp piano.Call 8/19 SLADE GAS built Fiberglass Fishing

J FOR SALE2:I story house 4 Boats.

fSlaORLANDO" f j 'mm made to your and bedrooms air-conditioned, 2 baths central wall to wall heat Is Open AgainFURNITURE. and Appliances

individual FOR RENTOne bedroom fur-
hearingrequirements carpeting. Phone 964-6207.
tfchg Repaired dHe.llpholstered nished apartment $90 month. 332 W. t Ka&lson:: WATER FRONT LOTS
tl at no Bradford Village Apts. Just FOR SALE

___ additional cost. FOR SALEPiano in good north of Bradford High School. On Crosby Lake and Crosby
$10 995 Call Vic 9645286.4tp Lake Canal. Canal 50 feet
IJ condition. $100. Contact Mrs. NEW MATTRESSES

4L7;, s ALL MAKE HEARING Starke Ralph ,Taylor Fla. Ph.Rt.9647526.2, Box 182, FREE ESTIMATES 9/2 IrsiffiirHOMES[( State wide Road 8 feet 100 deep, 3) miles Located West on

f AIDS REPAIRED 2tp 819COMPLETE! Call Collect 328-2114 of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vaca-
t FOR SALE20 laying hens tion cottage mobile home or

AINESVILLE ? 0- $1.75 ea., 2 feather bed mattresses lnvestmenL
JANITORIAL Ser- $15 ea.; Stereo $75; Prices start at$1,295.00, $200
AID CO. viceCarpets shampooed = Antique furniture. Phone 964- down and $35.00 month for 35nonfis

: house traitors, windows 7315 after 7 p.m. Itchg AVAILABI! POI (8 1/2 % simple Interest -
1137 N. W. 23rd Ave. ] washed floors scrubbed. Phono SEWINGMACHINE ).

Calnetville, Florida j 964-5771. Boyd Service. tfchg WILL BABY SIT In my home YOUR LOT Call 964.7701 8 ajn. to I 9>>
Convenient for mothers with p.m.-weekdays tf
Phone 376-0095 FOR SALE2 story house 4 children going to Kindergartenat
1967 WT 1000 D 250 CUMMINGS SasfcMS s i fc *wCOLEMAN a! bedrooms, 2 baths, central heat Southslde school. I live directly LOTS'FOR SALE Starke Golf
and air conditioned wall to Sales and Service across the street from 3,500 & Country Club ready for
1C Speed Road Ranger Twin Screw- wall carpeting. Phone 964-6207. PFAFF NECCIH Southslde School: in trailer park building on or tor investment.Lots .

new paint Ready to load. tfchg New HomeUniversal behind PInehurst Grocery second area approximately 1/2
trailer on right. Reason- acre and larger. Paved roads
50 able. Itp 1600 only 3 minutes from town.
used SO FT.
In stock to choose FOR SALE-1 ton truck, good
$49:50: up Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to p.m.
from Fords, GMC, IHC, White, Single condition good tires, reason- "" OFUV1HQ tfchg
axles able. Big new body long wheel Parts & Repairs on PKHJKANCK
and Tandems. other !Make Ma- AT REDUCED RATER -
base. Call 964-52G1. Up all AREACALL
VACUUM CLEANER chinos.NATIONAL. AUTO. nail!: BOAT O.C. Carries Nursery
2 bedroom duplex apt. air INSUaANQI: AGENCY Thousands of Plants
Bob Sloan .1-305-241-5611 All Makes ... conditioned. Call Merritt Wil .. L1K Fruit Trees, Shade Trees
.. .... ....... . All Models llama 964-5391 or 964-7788. ..A11 1 I W., Univ. v FOR RENT- Apartmentliving Evergreens Camellias,
tfchg .Gainesville, Florida '
CALL 378-1355" room 1 bedroom kitchenette, SLADE 'Azaleas. Roses
and bath. Nicely furnished.Sorry Moat. In cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
964.8561 or 964.6363 612 E. Washington St., no children. Ph. 9645033.Itp .
3 bedrooms wall to wall car-
GAINESVILLE 4tchg 9/2 pet, garage, paved corner lot. 4 HOME II Ml. S.E. of Starke. Hwy. 100
PUMPSNEW Florahome 659-3161
Some furniture Reasonably CARPENTRY & PAINTING
priced Immediate possession.See wor''! Jane Estimate. SERVICES
LEARN : It now and buy you a nice AND USED reasonably.
Business Directory home. A.J. Thomas, Realtor given. Call Keystone Heights The Glass Shop
BASIC OR tfchg SALES 473-4728. tp 8/12

For Information Glass
AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES SERVICE nished house In Lawtey. $60 Can Jacksonville For :. .
TAXPREPARATION A Hole in your Hoof"OrA Deep nnd Shallow Wells per mo. Ph. 7823761. Itp Collect .' ,


Johnson Faris, Inc. FillersPlumbing POODLE GROOMINGToy and Installed While-U-Wait
: &- SERVICE OLDSMOBILKKILES : ".ITI[! a c cr : miniature by appointment only, Custom Vinyl Auto Tops

SEEDS PLANTS Thousands are earning, good J Supplies Tuesday and Wednesday. Call
Fine Selection of Used Can money as tan preparer En 964-8071. Itp T. J. MannBulldozing 1017 N. Main G''tUeMARY
Inxectlridei" Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS .
rollment to and
Taken On Cadillac Trades open man ;' EXPERT SERVICE ON
women ol all Job
ages op
20111 N.W 13th Ph. 378-5301 ALL MAKES
portumtie', ,' lor qualified, grad -
We Rent Fertilizer Spre der udte', Send 'for 'free mforma, J & J Roofing Co. PHONE 96..7061DURRANCE
lion and class' schedules
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA 224 N.W. 8lh Ph. 378-0476 HURRY'' filler w Brown By The Hour
Phone 96 &.8778
Or Contract

4 wheel 1 drive and cars H&R BLOCK SUN 485.3710
Sales Parts. Service I 118 N. Walnut St. I needs motor -
route carriers in the Starke
Breaker Florida
f ,
Clean Used Toyota. LIDDELL Starke, Fla. |I area also Solicitors 12 to 15 Volkswagen

1700 N. MAin 378-1266 I PH 964-8286 I f years old. Contact Ed McGarl- 4tp. dQ.Q/IQ
Glass Company f ty, 865 N. TempleAve. Ne" A Veda
Beauty Academy 30 N. Marion St. I I .964'8dRF'OR Sales Service .., r. SAME

."Clan SDOre Fronts For Every Mirrors! Purpose"POWELL'S I Lake City, Fla. I f f BENT- bedroom trailer. 1 ML North of TIre Mall
a Tub EnclOllures-8howers PH 752.9426 |I f Central heat and air eoOOif GAINESVILLEMERCEDES PRICE
Beauty Academy tioned. Available August 28 thru I.
Furniture Glass Replaced I FUWITURE
Tope PinaW end( tin'free information
I f June 15, 1972. Phone 5332366.
t i.in 4menad.Chock< One)
Leant a Profession\ In Your I tfchg '
i Bat.ic Court i i AdvinctttJ Court, ,| Quality Home Furnishings AS
Spare Time Full or Part Time NEW LOCATION
I t Custom DrapedeeCarpeting
219 N W 10th 379-276(5( _l WE REPAIR and sell nearly
1228 So. Main Gainesville I_
::: every needle made for any Jacksonville
ELECTRIC MOTORS 378-8191; 1102 I .. DATSUNGAINESVILLE : brand stereo regardless ofage. .I_ Interiors by Victor

eI Also the long play records at 1600 Park Ave. Orange Park
'in _I 102 E. BROWNLEE
$1 off regular price at Dah- 264-9331! til f

Motor Repair Co. MEN'S WEAROf soh f. mer's Discount. tfchg .

43UU N. W. 13th St.3l4226 f
Gainesville, Inc. Phone _
EDMONDSON Taking: applications for
Repairing Rewinding" ? STAG 'N DRAG 1 _>1....';1'.'r H" ]'I' : PLUMBING
New and Used 115 S. E. 2nd St. : CONTRACTOR & FHA 235

2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8313 Griffon SulU .. ._. J1JJ 1 JONES
Arrow Shlrte-F9orebesea Shoe New ConstructionAnd New Brick 3 and <4<
A Formal Rentals. WANTED Bedroom Homes
n Ladles Sportswear CARL BEGGS Repairs BENZ INGaimtvilM Can for Details

A Loin DI>>lance Moving 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY Branch manager one ofFlorida'a Gulf Service McGill Acre & Lots, Water Low Down Paymentand
and GAINESVILLE MAI.L leading real ell..tefirms. USED PARTS Hole. Pushed Land.
Slorajte Packing Plumbing Co. Moderate* Monthly
Expanding on a state 115 S.E. 2nd Street
rrlce far Wrecked Cars
Crating Shipping wide basis. Te scaping. Payments
Free Estimates Call U RaM Wrecker Service Melro.e, Fla. 475-1491 378-2311.
Detcriptwn Fuel Oil 4300 N.W. 13th. Street Phone M4-tSU

-Vied Car INTERSTATE MOBILE' JIeIM (U.S. 441)) 372.4226' I II 964-7205 SOI Booth
BALDWIN Qualified to manage real HWT. Ml N. W.... moving In FJV Call 964-.ice e'D''
in local
estate your
PIANO 4V ORGANS and size 16-535. Dresses$3 to
area supervise people. $5, sizes "6-1/2 to 1812. Call
Van Service, I Inc.QIOKIpflpAIn8T8' Man or woman retired or I IG 964-5626. Itp SEWING MACIUNE-Cleaned
acip M.wMUSlCu semi-retired will be con Opening available now for Aug. FARM oiled and.adjusted In your
3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. C'vllle sidered. All applicants will 30 session of Mama Priests FOR RENT- bedroom house home. .$5.00. Vaciunn cleaner:
m-4nt be carefully considered. Nursery School. Phone 964- AND WESTERN STORE unfurnished 525 W. Pratt St. repairs: also. All work guaranteed. -

7254. = Call 964-S8S5: any afternoon Dennis E. Cogglns Phone

AUTO SALES SERVICE O'Tlllt >Sbopptac Ctr. I72-51W Reward 3 tchg. 8.26. *WeUrnWork Clothes after 2 p.m. Itchg 431-1428' ttchg

Hats i
Tropical Pontiac 8 TRACK TAPE DeckS repairedand UPHOLSTERY Boots Stetson
Liberal commissions expense
Farm and IndustrialInc. cleaned at Dahmers Discount Saddle Tech"Veterinarian
account -
Equipment advertisingand fast service. tfchg CABINET WORE
car allowance to qualified Expert Reproduction SuppliesMon.

person with Fla. Real Owen Joist of Florida/ Inc. needs dependable, able
Estate License. This Is an FOR SALESaxophone, excel- C. E. JACKSON Wed. 8 to 6 bodied factory help. No experience .
Santa Fe Tractor, opportunity for very substantial lent condition. Call Ralph> Bry I IJlSW.Madlson Stub> necessary.steady
income and reward in being an 964-6208, after 5 p.m. Thursday 8 to 12 work, overtime, fringe benefits. i iI

Factory Authorised FORD associated. with one of F lorId. 2tp 8/26 Fri. Sat. 8 to 7 I
\ .'. most dynamic and fastest I WORK APPLY
Pontiac Farm Tractors A Implements FOR FOR SALE- 55'byl2' mobile
growing real estate RENTFurnished bache- Main St. Lake Butler ATOWEN
home 1-1/2 3 bedroom
Sales-Parfi-Service firms. All I inquiries strictly lor apartment. Air conditioned.
USED EQUIPMENTSALES on 1-1/2 acres of land. All
Near Bits.\ $60 Phone 49S-o041 JOIST
month 633
confidential. For detail and per ,
2101 furniture and
N. Included ,
Main pump
i St. Phone
PART RVXEf.in.wnl. 964-6279.
appointment .
writ or cI| Mr. septic tank. $7,500 2-1/2 mile

/ ., Fla., 4488 1' W. 6th 37S-2S4S George 904-388-400)); 8J9 tfchg N. on 301, left graded road. CLASP ENVELOPES, all Lincoln City Road -Monday through Friday,
372-2583 Edge..ood Ar.., Jacksonville, Rt. 2, Box 29-D. Damon Whltaker. slu&. --Brad/erd Comity: Taleegraph. 7DO'A.M. To .. -
GAINESVILLE FLA. Fia.ri 2tp 8/26. : P.M.
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