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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 26, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No. 5 Thursday, August 26, 1971 Copy

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ill Answer FkTa Sales Parking Problem,






Questions On .- ), 'J.II".r Dip In July Is KeyA


aA :_< definite agree-

ment that somethingmust

be done to revive -
Price FreezeAnswers d To $293,066Biggest Starke's gra-


-- \, dually deteriorating

ra/YM .' / downtown has been
'--. 'iff" land transaction In Lake from Mr and Mrs Ro-
to questions on the operationand ., I June was the sale of the New bert J. Moore to Thomas f', reached by 22 busi-

Interpretation of the August 15 Pre- Englander Motel by William Price nessmen and land-

sidential order on prices rents wages / II, Summers to Mr and Mrs. $13,000 for 2 lots In Starke lords.
Vincent Porchlazzo for $52- from Mr. and Mrs. G.J. Mc-
and salaries may be obtained from the ., ... 300 according to the office of Grlff Jr. to Mr. and Mrs. Parking Is the key to the

Bradford County Agricultural Stabllzatlon t.", the county;: clerk. Jerald W, McPherson. problem, they agreed but also

and Conservation Service (ASCS) Land sales declined from $2,900 for a parcel of land mentioned other steps, both
$423.000 In June to $293,066In from Mr, and Mrs. T.II. Slade small and large which can be
office according to Leaton Morgan, Jr., .... the month of July, accord- to Mr. and Mrs J.C Sawyer. taken. A commiteee! of volun-
ASC committee chairman. Ing to tax stamps affixed to teers was formed to work the
county $2,900 for a parcel of land
deeds filed in the office of the Co-Chairman Brian Hamilton
from Mr. and Mrs. TII Slade
County ASCS offices throughout welcome the opportunity; to county; clerk. and Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Sawyer and Wayne Whlf fen to seek methods .-
the US have been chosenas serve their country and are r1 Though land sales this month to begin Improvements.

Information centers to ans- happy to make the extra effort y 1 were down Sales have been unusually (S.. Page 5)) It was agreed that somethingmust
wer questions from all citizenson in this crucial period,"he said high this year accord- be do'ic to eliminate vacant -
President Richard Nixon's I Ing to the clerk's office. Land and deteriorating buildingson
executive order designed to A t sales tills year. have nearly Call Street. Several large
stem Inflation and strengthen RI 4y t7 I doubled that of last year. SchoolOpens Call Street property owners
f the national economy by freezing LawsonRunning June land sales totaling over were present Including Lex
rents, prices, and wages for $1,000 were: Green, Ben (Sarge) Suslow, and

90-day period beginning August $3,500 for 2 lots In Ward C.ll, N.isworthy.

I 15.The .I City from Mr. and Mrs. EH Suslow, owner of Call Street
Bradford ASCS office Is 1
D, niaggs to Mr. and Mrs. property between Rosenberg's
i
receiving official answers to yI FreddIe Rogers. old store and the railroad,

\ questions action.concerning Any the President's who I $3,450 for 2 lots In Pine said he would not ask more
person than he paid for his property.;;
Acres from Mr. and Mrs.Clinton MondaySome
wants or needs precise Information Against ",
Purchase of the old county
,should get In touch with W. Baff to Mr. and Mrs.
the county; office, Morgan says. Edwin II, Regan. courthouse property was also
-,' ':'\': '' ( $2,000 for a parcel of land 3,900 students will discussed.
The Bradford ASCS .." go
County; ......
Office is located' at 2266 N. McRae -- from Mr. and Mrs Hubert Lee back to school In Bradford Turning Call Street between
Temple Avenue. ThA mufilmr Baker to Mr. and Mrs. Jeff County Monday when the 1971- Court and Thompson Streets \
'
The address Is P.O. Drawer 999 After a six-year lay off for- Sorgo Suslow, left, and Brian Hamilton, head of' the Downtown Merchant Committee, Baker.$7,300 for a lot In Saratoga 72 lier than term usual.begins a week ear- Into !a banned shopping was mall discussed with vehicles -

telephone number is 964- councilman Ewell shako their that be don. and prolong the Heights from Billy S, Martin
6548. In charge of the office mer city; on agreement something must to provide parking Possibilities suggested' jy
Lawson Is making a bid to ragain tn Mvrna G. Martin. The early beginning puts the
life' of' Call Stroet.ENGINE. Committee Chdlrm.uiBrian Ii
is Warren Carver County Exe- -
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the Group 2 Starke coun- $13,333 for lot in Keystone opening of school here on the
the milton I) :
cutive were: Fllmiiuting
Director. office hasa
Club Estates from Mildred A. as most surrounding
for same day
cil seat he gave up to run
loading zones: or doubling on
staff bf two up
persons. police chief. King to Mr and Mrs. Ralph counties. School will close Monday 2))
loading
"Ours and all ASCS offices A. Heed September 6, for Labor zones; Eliminating
Lawson, 63, retired a year loading zones not used:! now;
throughout the nation will func- FUNDS NEEDED $3,500 for two lots In Indian Day
31 Enforcement of limo
parking
tion as Information centers in ago a manager of Lawson'sEwell Beach from Mr and Mrs.C'larnrp -
all locations outside of highly P Crnwfnrrt Thorn are no changes In bus limits! and the possibilityof
urbanized areas"Morgan said. $6,500 for a parcel of land routes or schedules .Supt. Tom shortening the parking time
Casey says. All will be the from two hours to one houron
County; ASCS offices are not from Mr and Mrs Benjamin same as they were at the end Call Street to keep it opento
Saslow to Mr. and Mrs. Harry
to handle complaints or appeals Finds It Hard Mitchell. of school last year. quick traffic 4) V municipal -
he said. They will serve City parking; Ipt; 5)) Hotter
for of
only toorovideofflclal $6,000 a parcel land Only\ change in the system is comm ilcation of Cowntowr.:
mation. Persons with com- from M.G. Dixon to Mr. and that outlying school which bus merchats so they can func-
plaints will register them with v Mrs. Andrew J, Johnson. students reach first, are planning tion together.
the most convenient district or r $4,500 for 16 acres from to take a few minutes ear-
Mr and Mrs. Ernest: Douglas "That area (Call Street) has
sub-district office of the Inter- Teachers being askedto
lier. are
nal Revenue Service.. To Trim New Budget L, Douglas.to Mr. and Mrs. Francis finish report their at day 7:30: at a.m.3:30: and p.m.will, got Lex to Green fight told for Its the life group now lie,"

"Neither will realizes the downtown
interpretationsor area
$2,000 for a parcel of land half hour earlier.
guesses be made by ASCS '-"" from Mr and Mrs. Julian E. a needs parking space and If

county; office people. They will Faced with trimming fundsto surplus until less than $2,000was pay raise" McRae said. Ed- McRae to Mr. and Mrs. Jim- Classes will begin at Law- turning Call Street into !i shopping
answer only\ those questions for start a savings account for left when the council got wards pointed out that would my Clark. tey Elementary at 7:45 a.m., mall Is deemed necessary,
which they have been supplied a new power plant generator, the proposed spending bill take $20,000.The $5,000 for 7 lots In Brooker at Brooker Hampton, South- that should be done too. Green
answers. If they don't know the the Starke City; Council sa< Tuesday night""Your're from Sydney Mae Matt to Mr. side, and Starke Elementary said.Moving
answer to a specific question three hours city; can buy a new eng- and Mrs J.T. Bass. the county courthousefrom
Tuesday night but
schools at 8 and BUS
ine through a bond issue or a.m. ,
not expecting any the downtown to North
they will s.so.. could cut only\ $15,000 from a $6,000 for a parcel of land the middle school and the
Tucker
Increase In the power plant through a savings plan. Temple Avenue was a blow to
If a member or the public proposed $1,287,263 budget for revenue?" McRae asked Tucker. said "but we'll need It In from Mr. and Mrs. James E. vo-tech center at 8:15: a.m. the heart of Starke Green said,
wants the county; office to fiscal 7172. The Chairman replied that 1973" Stans to Mr. and Mrs. ElbertP he and the downtown now faces

obtain an answet, the questionwill That, the five board members Increase has been eaten up McRae said he'd like funds Scribner Supt.smooth Casey opening says Monday expectsa morn- a right for Its life
go by phone or mall to $1,000 for a parcel of land
for funds
Is the Important raises
agreed most before
even pay
the nearest IRSdlstrlctofHce: ," included In the budget for me- from Mr. and Mrs. Palmer lag Much teacher guidance of Call Street merchants are
Morgan said. Lawson thing they must do In for an engine account are con- rit pay to deserving employees Williams to Mr and Mrs. Edwin students Is expected, he says. not the only ones who shouldbe :
2 preparing the new spending bill. sidered. If nothing else. Williams "We've worked real hard on Interested in the rejuvlna-

"Our county; office peopleBHS Group City; employees are also pushIng Power plant and water revenue Clerk Edwards said the city; $14,000 for a lot on Silver that. We hope It'll pay oft" tion of the downtown he added.

Meat Market. lie has served for a five per cent across- Is expected to go up some now has about $200,000 In reserve "It looks as If we've a fine "I really think what the down
six years on the city: ; council the-board pay Increase which $67.000 from $660,696 bud- funds It could spend for staff I don't see where we've town needs Is a parking lot,"
and 7 1/2 years as a city would cost about $20,000 but geted last year to $727,380. a new engine If the council Stray DogsTarget ever had a finer group of said Sarge Suslow. He said the
> bond trustee. Lawson has beenin the city fathers saw little change A $25,000 increase Is budgeted should decide to. That statement teachers" the superintendentstated. city county and merchants
numerous city: ; elections. of that with the power plant pro- In the general fund, anda surplrlsed the council Of should get together "to buy
Councilman Jimmy McRae blems facing them. Councilman $7,000 Increase In natural and they listened with interest someplace to park."
for and won the Group 2 Jimmy McRae and Jimmy Bowen gas Income. made to No specific dress code Is
> ran But no plans were use "I 1 see what's gotng-K>n-I sit
Y seat In 1966 and had held it both candidates in the upcoming "You all were for paying the reserve funds required in New CatcherStray being planned Supt. Casey said in a rocking chair and I see
since. city; elections, pushed $95,000 our for two enginesfor contracts for the city's two Wednesday except that students what's going on," Sarge told
The McRae-Lawson race persistently for the pay raise. the power plant, why nota bond Issues. and mangy dogs that will be required to use good the business men. He agreed
makes the third race created In few thousand for raises?asked sometimes run loose In StarkeIn ta.te. meaning nothing to sug- he downtown needs reviving
But the other three board The fire department budgetis !
That
14 city gestive. Is the plan at
the upcoming September ; of dozen
packs a or
more
the damn Trier( election. Qualifying ended at members, while saying they Councilman: Jimmy Bowen. up $6,000, mostly because will be the object of an Inten- Bradford hitch School where lie plans to tear his two
noon Tuesday with Lawson pay would like to give the pay Increases "We have put dollars In a of retirement contributions and sive campaign by Milton G, Principal: Charles Francis: says buildings down and put up a
ing his $60 qualifying fee two would not commit sinking fund (for new engine). additional over-time and holi in Mansfield, the city's new dog students will be given their fence around the lot, Suslow
hours prior to that. themselves before funds are If we start on one salary. ." days. No cuts were made catcher. schedule a handbook application said., Sarge added that he paid
Registration books remain open found to start a fund to pur- Councilman One Wiggins ans- that $45,356 budget Mansfield said the city leash for a free or reduced cash for whatever land he owns
FOOTBALLSEASONTICKETS until noon aaturaay, Aug. chase a new engine by 1973. wered. A $114,057 budget was required law will be strictly enforced;: lunch, and a dally bulletin when and has "never asked anybody:

28. "I think we need to put the "If we can afford a raise by Police Chief Ken Fuqua All dogs not controlled accord- they arrive Monday here for anything."

A three-way race Is in the city: ; first one time said I'm for It. If we can't, I'm a- an increase of about $1- Ing to city: ordinance will be Student Information will be "I Just wanted to come down
NOW ON SALEat 1 offing for the Group 4 council Chairman Nell Tucker, broachIng galnst it," Chairman Tucker 500 but the council trimmed caught and confined for one handed out at Bradford High and let a little of this vine-

seat being vacated who by Councilman is the subject of the new engine said. $2,000 from his request. Cut week. Any dog may be from 7:30: to 8.20: a.m. In the gar out" Sarge added. After
Bowen
Jimmy running to the council. was $1,000 in new uniforms claimed by the owner upon payIng parking area adjacent to the the meeting Suslow Joined the
the L for police chief. His seat Every salary Increase writ- and $1,200 budgeted for the pound fees for after a Chamber.
Is sought by Vernon SUcox, Clerk Merrill Edwards has ten Into the proposed budgetwas police force auditorium. Booths will be set
auxiliary the
School Office three-day waiting period. Sarge wrapped problemup
High for grades 9-12 and broken
Carlton the Income for up
> local Insurance agent; tabbed proposed then cut out by the coun-
Call C has tain, fireman and pulpwood the city; during the coming yearat cil. Most department heads, A $104,712 budget, down some "It shall be unlawful for any down In each grade as follows: local neatly optometrist, said Wayne, who WMffen is
> dealer and Ernest Allen about $98,000 above the cur- knowing what was coming, $7,000 from this year, was dog of any kind to run at large A-I, J-Q, and R-Z. Should It cochairman -
of the Chamber
of
GreanJ
Mrs Charlotte local grocery store ow- rent $1,189,311 budget But didn't include raises in their turned in for the general fund. within the city: limits or to be rain students will pick up their Commerce committee formed
All three seeking $70.000 of that Increase The council trimmed an additional of the city schedules In the cafeteria
964-6640 ner. are city; some budget requests. upon the street : to see If Interest could be
? first time. has been absorbed the almost $3,000 cutting that bud- at night,
office for the by anytime day or
High School students are sparked In such renovation
l The council went through the a \
and former chief doubled cost of natural get to under $102,000.
Bowen police unless said dog Is in an auto-
football
Court Of' asked to report to the project
*y entire budget, department by
.. Bill Rosser are challenging Police gas for the power plant $92- department, and cut only\ $14- $500 was trimmed from the mobile or other conveyance, stadium at 8:20: a.m. Monday "The real solution to ,..
vile dammuntttf Carl Hurst and fuel and the
City this
k. Mayor ; plant year Dir-
$80,000 per year needs to beset from recreation supplies. Is accompanied by its master will be used primarily to Inform a stoD-fl-an. measure" V'iof-
&rtate Sank r Clerk Merrill Edwards are not city; has already spent $125- aside to put the city; In ector Gene Rayburn had not ; or some member of the students about schedules, fen stated, "Some, type; of tc-
k for re-election. Hurst 600 with two months to
,
opposed
go.
position to a new engine requested additional funds this master's family, or unless the lunch periods behavior, and jnaoie pariang neeas to M
'' lin.. .dUp [ service station operator, will Clerk Edwards budgeted $193-
Accounts Mow r the will place his "
.. 000 in 1973. If city: has $320,- budgetbundere$3cut dog Is fastened with a leash schedule changes, Principal made available
his third term as for the
I To $20,000 By f begin mayor coming year. talk to and held by its master Frances .
in October. Edwards will begin 000, it can a firm ,or some says.BUS Businessmen will have to be
Federal Deposit L f his seventh term as clerk. 000 That In leaves Increased a balance funds of However $28- about doing a turn key Job, The administrative the council bud- other person for Its master." will open Its doors at willing to put their financial
.
Inturanc. Corp. k It has been a qulot campaign line Item increases $1- Tucker said."Personally get $158,255uup overSee Mansfield said that violations 8:20 a.m. and dismiss at 3:05 support' behind such a project,
[ so far No issues have been 000 here and a couple of hun- I'd like to seea at should be reported to the palice p.m. each day the same as
raised so far. dred there, have eaten at that five per across-the-board ( Page 5)) department. last year (S.. Pago )


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Annetta FlynnComplimented FlynnCogdellThe
'I i f r ,
r r wedding of Miss An-
(9-P 9AZte/ted to- A I Bridal Shower netta Flym to Frank Cogdell
will be an event of Saturday
Miss Annetta Flvnn. daughter Aug. 28 at 4 p.m. In St.
of the Rev. and Mrs. John M. Mark's Episcopal Church with New Arrivals
WOMEN Flynn,whose marriage to Frank a reception In the Parish House.
<: adell: will be an event of All friends and relatives are
August 28 at 4 p.m. In St. Invited to attend
Mark's Episcopal Church, was Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shieldsof
honored at a miscellaneous OES Notice, Belle Glade announce the

Gladys Mooty, Society Editor, 964.7608 r shower Wednesday; night of last Starke Chapter OES will have birth of a daughter, Holly Maternal Suzanne -
born August 3. -
week given by Mrs. Clyde Ter- a covered dish supper Satur-
r rr wUlegnr Jr. and Mrs. John grandparents are Mr. and
day night at 7 jxm. In the Ma-
Glover at the Terwillegar home sonic Temple. The Robert Morris Mrs Bill McRae of Starke.
... L ... ...... on E. Call Street. Founder's Day will be ob
A white and pink color scheme served' All Masons and their Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J.
t. was carried out In the arty families are Invited to attend. Tyler of Dothan, Ala.announce
rr decorations and refreshments. 1 the birth of a daughter Karen
Arrangements of white and pink ribbon and decorated with min- Michelle, Aug. 16, at Southeast -
frt.i chrysanthemums and gladioli: lature white umbrellas. Alabama Hospital Dothan,
) A were placed In the party rooms. The hostesses presented Miss Ala. Maternal grandparents are
r : Toasts were given by friends Flynn with a white crosage Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Whitehead
; Ii.I Ii. to the future bride for a long and a silver water pitcher of Starke.
t and happy marriage.Each guest as a memento of the occasion
crave Miss Flynn a copy of a Assisting In serving were Bradford' County; Hospital announces -
and
Miss Anne Terwillegar
favorite recipe. One of the the following births:
et P Trish and Cathy Myers.
most original recipes was entitled Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clyde
"How to Cook A Hus The bride-elect's mother, Johns, Raiford, a son, Ken-
I{ band." Mrs. John Flynn, her grand-
20.
The gifts were presented to mother, Mrs. Annetta Hess of neth Stone, Aug.
; Mr. and Mrs. David H. Mar-
.
-- the honoree In a large white Jacksonville, and 39 friends tin, Lake Geneva, a son, Aug.
basket Interwoven with white were present for the shower.
23.
Sandra Melessa Gamble Weds ..
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+l Mr. Page In Northside ChurchMiss r ,
-
'" Sandra Melessa Gamble trimmed with Chantilly lace. '
: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harmon -, She carried a cascade of white I .
: and yellow carnations with a What do
E. Gamble of Raiford, and
/ purple orchid in the center 1
r 1 Za 9 Terry Ray Page, son of Mr. :
_I with white and lavender satin
: and 'Mrs. Richard W. Page of
( I II
r' ;,- !'q "'''I dL t + Des Moines, Ia. were unitedIn streamers.A reception was held In the I
marriage on August 13, at .
F ) 8 p.m. in the Norttiside Baptist State Farm Club house. Mrs.
:. Church Starke with Rev. Harry Tlson of Raiford greeted I I
Wayne Wells, pastor, performing guests at the door;and stand-
Q h yn the nuptials. Ing in the receiving line were : 1
r the bride and groom, the bridal
:.;'1. Centering the altar were two party; and the parents of 0 I II
t floor baskets of white gladioli, the couple. Miss Phyllis Griffin -
yellow carnations and lavender of Hampton kept the bride's

mums and placed, balanced against by background fern trees book.The mantle In the club house i lose? 0

of branched candelabra with was banked with greenery and : I
1' white burning tapers. White satin two floor baskets of white, yellow -

I : pews.ribbons marked the family\ and and lavender mums gladioli stoodateacn carnations I I Iyouhaveto

e, j' Mrs. Edsel Swalls of Trenton, side of the bride's table.
The bride's table was covered
T '. aunt of the bride, pianist, and with a white lace cloth i Io t tt
Mrs. Hubert Gamble of Live
I with threetiered
a and centered a
...' ijt' ), r ,'; Oak, aunt of the bride, soloist wedding cake topped with a
provided nuptial music. bride and groom. On each side t t.
Mr. Page attended his son
of the cake were silver candle-

1 t were as best J.F.man Drew and of the Lake ushers Geneva bra Mrs with J.H.white Baggett lighted of Jackson-tapers. Your deed, will, Jewelry; t f

J and David Skiver of the ville cut the bride's cake. i valuables you can't afford to" lose should
U.S. Navy stationed at May- The punch table was covered be protected In one of our Sale Deposit Boxes.
port aboard the USS Albany. with a white crocheted cloth ,
Cost? Pennies a week. When? Now.
and centered with a crystal t
Miss Patricia Drew of Lake fern ,
punch bowl encircled: :\ with
Geneva served as maid of ho-
and white mums. Miss Sarah
nor. She wore a lavender nylon Swalls of Jacksonville assisted -
chiffon over taffeta gown In serving the cake and I I It
with empire waist encircledwith Mrs. Wesley Griffin of Hampton FLORIDABANK !
yellow, blue and lavender presided at the punch bowl.
embroidered flower trim. Her After the reception the cou- t t tt
lavender net veil was attachedto ple took a wedding trip toDesMo1nes '
a circle of the same floral Ia. and will be at ; ,AT 1 S TAR K E
trim the dress with a lavender -
as on
home at 2909 Darlene St., Atlantic -
bow In back. She wore t t tt
: Beach after Sept. 7.
Berry Queens Win.. white gloves and carried one The.bride is '71 graduate of Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.Subsidiary .
yellow mum. pHS
Mrs. Bobby Johnson of Mayo The' groom 1 Is-a member 0- of t i Of Florida National l Baulks Of Florida, Inc. t
1970 Bradford Queen Mary Ann Barton, right, was named Queen of the Florida was bridal attendant and worea the U.S. Navy aboard the USS .
gown Identical to that of the Albany based at Mayport. ..... ---............. ---
Crown in Jacksonville Beach Saturday night. 1971 Strawberry Queen Anne Terwil- honor attendant. Miss Denise

legar was named a member of the Queen's court in the contest. Gamble, sister of the bride,
was Junior bridesmaid and wore
Miss Terwillegar represented Bradford County and Miss Barton the West Council. a similar gown In yellow. Each BACK-TO-SCHOOL

Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce. Eleanor Lee of Starke, representing the Lake and carried Miss a single Gamble yellow carried mum a, e.

City Jaycees, also competed in the Crown beauty pageant. lavender mum.
Clay Gamble of Live Oak

II Two Boys Attend Conference At t Brigham YoungTwo was Given ring-bearer.In marriage by: her S-A-L-E DAYS

local boys wore privileged The Church of Jesus Christof cal Skills. Mark and Paul will, father, the bride wore a floor .
to attend the L.D.S. A- Latter Day Saints Invited report on their trip at the regular length! white gown of nylon organza SALE DAYS/ NOW I THRU SAT
aronlc: Priesthood Explorer two young men from each Ward Sacrament meeting Sunday featuring an empire OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON I
Leadshtp Conference at Brigham and Branch to participate in evening, Aug. 29 at 6 p.m. waist, high neckline with Chan-
Young University campusin this !program.;) The young men at the Chapel on Bessent Road. tilly lace appliques on the bod- I u L I II
Provo, Utah from August are expected to comply with Everyone is Invited to attend. Ice with seed pearls sewn on
20-25.: the Conference Standards and the appliques. Two rows of
Mark Branson, son of Mr.and contribute: their best efforts Chantilly lace wer e appllqued
Mrs. Jesse I 1). Branson, and Sheila Conner of Orlando Is down the front of the skirt, and
Paul liutchlns, son of Mr. and to the success of the Con visiting her grandparents Mr. Chantilly lace appliques on the
Mrs. Paul Hutching left Tues ference. and Mrs. Leon Conner, and Mr. bishop sleeves. She wore a I
day evening from Jacksonville TIlE Conferenece consists ol and Mrs. Barney McRae for ten matching Chantllly headpieceand
with other toys and leaders Career Exploration Cultural days. cathedral length .jnaUlla
from the Jacksonville stake Mental Skills, and Physi

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Mary Carolyn Sheering Dawley-Brown Vows ExchangedIn Mr. and Mrs. Pete Fancherof .. Mr. and Mrs. John Stringerof Mrs. J.W. Klncald was visitIng .- Miss Marilyn Bollinger Is
Gainesville spent Sunday with Selma, Ala. were Friday to Mr. and Mrs. C.C. lloppein home this week after spendinga
Weds William Robert Ward J, Jr. Bloomfield, NJ. Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Fancher Jr. Tuesday guests of Mr.and Mrs. Tampa from Thursday to month at Clorteta Mexico Baptist
M.R. Judd. Monday.Mr Assembly, Clorieta as
Miss Mary attended his son as Miss Diane Elizabeth Daw- of honor in a floor length gown Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Thomas and Mrs. T.I.. Casey counselor. She will return to
Carolyn Sheer- Mr.
Ward spent Sunday at Flagler
of with match- :: Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin her senior at Samford
yellow year
ley daughter of Mr. and Mrs. crepe
Ing daughter of Mr. and Mrs. best man. Beach. and Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Payne
Dale Clarence' E. Dawley of Bloomfield ing headpiece. She carried a Jr attended. the Baldwin family University, Blrmlngton Ala.
Sheering, and William Robert Miss Wanda Sheering served and families have returned from
matching Miss Susan reunion In Bridgewater, N. on Saturday.
nosegay.
N.J. became
the brideof
Ward Jr., son of Mr. and her sister maid of honor. a IS day camping trip to Pikes
as R.-El.ct K.n
of the bride Fuqua J,
lleta, cousin from Thursday to Monday.
Rex Brown, of Mr. and
Mrs. William Robert Ward Sr.. She wore a Navy blue street son N.J. Miss Peak, Colo., Grand Canyon, Mrs. J.M.! Vickers of Bruns-
were united In marriage:: on length dress with which she Mrs. George W. Brown of of Convent Station Chief of Pollc.. Disneyland, Calif., Carlsbad wick, Ga. Is Sunday to Tuesday
Andrew Spongier of York Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Holmes
August 20 Starke on Saturday Aug. 14. guest of Mr. and Mrs. S.G.;
at Caverns and of Interest
points
8p.m at the wore a white carnation cor-
"home of Mr. and at 4:30: pan. In the Bloom- and Miss Elizabeth Borsello Mr. and Mrs. O.G. Stray- of Chattanooga Term were Saturday Denmark.)
Mrs. Arthur sage.A field Presbyterian Church on of Philadelphia Pa. served as horn of Wildwood were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. enroute.
J.C.Patray Brown on Southgate Road. Rev. reception was also held at the Green with Dr. Merle S. bridesmaids. Each was gownedIn visitors of' Mr. and Mrs. M. Guy Sale at Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Don !Neel and Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Patrick
Christian Church Jr. of the First the Patray home. The bride'stable Irwin performing the cere- floor length crepe with F. Hazen. family vacationed at Deep(reek and family'()West I lorlda spent
performed the was covered with a lace mony. matching headpieces and car- The Telegraph regrets that Camp grounds at Bryson City, Saturday and Sunday with her
nuptials Immediate In the presence of the cloth and centered with a Given In marriage by her ried matching nosegays. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Glrod of the name of Richard Long ofClewlston N.C. last Tuesday to Saturday. mother Mrs. Gladys;! Weldon.
families and a few three-tiered wedding cake parents, and escorted by her John Adams of Athens, Ga. San Antonio, Texas are visiting brother of the late
close Vows friends. topped with a bride and groom. father, the bride wore a floor served as best man. Ushers Mr. and Mrs. J.G. llolton T.T. Long, was left out of the Franz Beard of Wilmington, Mr. and Mrs I I. V Weekly
were exchanged in frontof Mrs. Dale Sheering cut the cake length traditional gown or were Kenton Crockett of At- and Mr. and Mrs. Eston Jordan names of survivors in the Long N.C was an afternon visitor of t oala> "ore Sunday visitorsof
tel the held fireplace where the man- and Mrs. Ward Sr. presided at de sole over candlelight satin poau lanta, Arthur Landman of New this week. obituary In last week's paper. of his uncle and aunt, Mr. \f r. ..and1 rs. I 1'W, llajes.I .
anarrangementofwhlte the punch bowl. Mrs. Patray with Alecon lace scalloped at York City, and Larry Noegel and Mrs. F.U. Beard.
carnations and gladioli balanced kept the bride's book. the neckline and patterned down of Jacksonville. Bob and Linda Godwin of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saw-
white by candelabra with burning After a wedding trip to Day- each side with three-quarter A reception was held In the Cleveland Ohio spent the week- yer attended the State L.P. Gas
tapers. tona Beach the couple Is residing end with their Association meetlrur In Tampa
length sleeves grandparents
tapered Into bell parish (house.
The bride, given In marriage at 383 Washington Street. Mrs. Bertha Pierce. Linda last Wednesday to Sunday. Mr. "RAN D L.lJI!
shaped cuffs. Flowerettes remained .
by her father of After a honeymoon In Maine, ,I''s/i/ 1111 "fN/t.Iau'? 1m
wore a Navy blue
knit The bride is a 1971 graduateof seed pearls accented the head- the couple, will reside at 136 for the week. and Mrs. Michael O'Brian of
coat dress
complimentedwith BUS. The groom Is employedby piece which held Savannah, Ga. stayed with the
the elbow SHverspur! Dr., Apt. 3B, York,
a yellow orchid corsage.BrstoCasen :: Seaboard Coast Line. length veil. She carried a cas- Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Douvilleof Sawyer children during their

.,,----7' cade bouquet of white roses, Pa.The bride Is a teacher In Orange Park were Sunday absence.Mr. .
; guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
pompoms, baby's breath and
DUPLICATE BRIDGE stephenotls. the York School system. The Gilder, celebrating Mrs. and Mrs. R.P. Daugh-:: Boots
Mrs. Lex Green and Mrs. Mrs. William Bender of Red groom Is an engineer with Fre- R.H. Grider's birthday. erty of Atlanta were Saturday Easy
M.A. Baldwin Jr. were the winning Bandy N.J. served as matron ezing Equipment Sales of night guests of Mr. and Mrs.
couple at Duplicate Bridge York. Mrs G.E. McGauley, Mrs. T.H. Slade.
Tuesday night Mrs. Lucile Da- Frank Stokes and Mrs. Ruby I fh. wniiili ,tlul haul I I '
vie and Mrs. Hilda Dey were Mr. and Mrs. George W. Miss Joyce Denmark of La- Blankenship of Palatka were Mr, Hilda Forehand of Albany I- Soil I Light Slupi( \nl I uilli d I ., h
r rr second; Mr. and Mrs. John Brown have returned from a Grange College. LaGrange, last Thursday visitors of Mr. Ga. is visiting her sister Die ,,it < iionlin.il'Ji i I i t i -
Mussollne were third. ten day trip to Washington, Ga. is home for three her weeks stud- and Mrs. Charles Hardy. Mrs. T.T. Long, this week. SUM, it .ipp.ircl' lonV I II I... \ > r I.r
D.C., New York and Pennsy- before returning to \ on ,i ,iral inaiiK ir< lin ; Mil < !

lvania. They were accompanied ies. Christie Redding returned R.-EI.ct K.n Fuqua, tour move in i'.ism ><-. ,
Mr. and Mrs. James Por- by their daughter Mrs. Saturday by plane from a week's mil slum some f ihntuns I t, L if f
Hatticsburg,
r chlazzo of New Jersey have Norman Rldgon and children J.O. Winters of visit with her grandparents Chief of Police.
purchased the New Englander of the Seymour AFB. They attended Miss, spent Sunday to Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. N.J. Redding
Motel. their son. Rex's wed- day with his motl1erb Mrs. and Mrs. Ben Davis In Pen- Miss Anne Terwlllegar attended -
. ding in Bloomfield, N.J. on Charlotte r. and sacola. Her parents, Rev. and a cookout In Jackson-
Mr. and Mrs. David Black August 14. Mrs. II.G Bellinger. Mrs. Norman Redding were in ville Tuesday given by Miss
and family have returned from Miami Beach for the American Mary Ennis '"-'
Woodley for North Fabulous '
two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. David Browning and R.-El.ct K.n Fuqua, Correctional Congress. Florida freshmen entering '

_ Mrs. Wallace Black In Salt family spent the weekend with Chief of Pollc. Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga. Footwork '
Lake City, Utah. her son-in-law' and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller in September.
Mr. and Mrs. John Buckley In Mr. and Mrs. W.II. Watson left Wednesday for their homeIn pii
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Box Sarasota.
Wichita Falls Texas after Mrq John Watson m
and son Tommy of St. SImons accompanied i
of Memphis, Tenn. have moved
and week's visit with Mr. and Miss Anne Terwll
Mr. Mrs.
Island
Into the Buford Mitchell houseon R.-Ef.ct Ken Fuqua Clark Nobles of Nichols Ga., Mrs. T.L. Matthews at KIng legar toJacksonIlle Beach Sat-
Street which
/ / // Westmoreland Chief of Pollc. J. 'Hoy Chasteen and Miss Patti sley Lake. They were accom- urday for the North Florida
they have purchased. Mahaffey of Gainesville and panied by their children Kevin Crown Beauty Pageant festi-
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bris- Mrs. M.A. Garcia has returned Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteenof and Mary Anne, who had spent vities.
tol of Brooker announce the R.-EI.ct K.n Fuqua to her home In Camar- the State Farm were guests the summer here with their

approaching marriage:: of their Chief of Pollc.. illa, Calif after a three weeks Sunday at the home of Mr and grandparents.LTC .
daughter, Valerie Anne, to Air visit with her parents Mr. Mrs. Roy Chasteen on Lake TllK BRADFORD ,/
man Anthony Edward Castlen, Mr. and Mrs. Leo ChampIon and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell. Geneva. They celebrated the and Mrs. V.J. Spongier COUNTY TELEGRAPHPublished .
USAF, son of Mr. and Mrs. birthdays of Mrs. Jim Chas attended a barbecue and reception -
Leroy Stokes of Brooker. were Thursday to Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jacksonand teen, Mrs. Watson and J. Hoy last Thursday night at every ThurMlay .Ti
Miss Bristol graduated from guests of Hev. and Mrs. ;V.J. daughters spent the week- Chasteen. the Officer's Club In St. Augustine at I 1.18: W. Call Street
BUS and Is employed by South- Ragsdale In DeBary.] end with her parents, Mr. and honoring Honorable Starke, Florid 3209
ern Bell Telephone Co. Mrs. H.E. Smith, In Williston Knut Moller and Major Gen-
Airman Castlen graduated Mr. and Mrs. S.G. Denmarkand Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- eral Herluf Nygaard, Inspector Second class postage paidat
with high honors from BUS daughter, Joyce, were dale and daughter Vicki and general of the Norwegian Home Slarke. FloridaSubscription
where he was president of the weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. Vernon SIlcox and Mrs. Carol Bloodsworth visited Six Guard and Major General Win-
!National: Honor Society and is John Burch In Orlando. Joyce Sam Jones Gainesville entertained Flags Over Georgia last Wed- ston P. Wilson chief of the Rates:
now stationed at Chanute M'B, was a bridesmaid In the weddfhg! several friends at a nesday and Thursday. National Guard Bureau.Mr. .
In trade $5.00
area per
luncheon Monday at the Garden
111. of Miss Peggy Burch to Bobby
A Sept. 4 wedding is plannedat Cooper Saturday afternoon. Restaurant honoring Mrs. Miss Claire Nell Townsend and Mrs. Guy Andrews year' ; $2.7 six month STUMP'SCFlash
the Brooker Baptist Churchat George Roberts Jr. and Mrs. of Atlanta visited her parents. returned Sunday after a two Outlltle trade area: '$.50
8 p.m. All friends and re- R.-EI.ct Ken Fuqua, Jim Chasteen on their birth Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Townsend weeks vacation in the Smokey per year: tt.OO six month
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The Florida Cooperative Extension This Is the consumer's chance -- BY KAREN SUPSKY .
Service Is launching a to express your opinion on such WEDDING BELLS
statewide survey to get con matters as food prices, trading / Paula Margel McElroy was groom were present to bless Jff.D. Carter, who has been past few months. and Mends visited the Jack-
sumer's opinion and learn a- stamps, code dating unit pricing married to James Edward the union of the happy couple. hospitalized at Alachua Gen- Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Blrt and sonlll Coliseum last Thurs-
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bout their buying pattern and etc. The one page quest- Southall last Saturday morning The reception which followed eral Hospital following a heart sons, Ronnie and Allan, stayed day evening. The weekly
practices. Friday Sept. 10. ionnaire Is developed so that at Cherry Lake Baptist Church. was held at the Officers' Club seizure recently is much Improved from Friday evening until Sun- wrestling matches occasionedtheir
Wearing Identification label. the Information can be used as The bride Is the daughter of at Camp Standing. The wedding and la hoping to be able day In Flagler Beach. While visit. The group returned
"Statewide Survey".Interviewers the local, county and state levels. the Reverend and Mrs. W.P. took place at the Reynold's Chapel to come home this weekend. there the family! activities Included home with sore throats and .'
at the entrance of grocery McElroy of Cherry Lake. Mr. also located Camp Bland- Reverend Paul Estes of swimming and fishing.On hoarse voices caused by cheering -
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stores will record opinions Extension Consumer Education __ McElroy la a former pastor of Ing. Best wishes for a long and Doctor's Inlet, Injured his their homeward Journey they their favorite contenders ..
and preference In regard Specialists point out that Hampton Baptist Church. He happy marriage are most knee last week, and was to passed through Rainbow on to victory.
to food buying. Some 2- the questionnaire will only take warmly extended to the newly- undergo surgery Monday at Springs.
Pvt Vernon Mobley, Jr., son and Ms family plan to move
500 supermarkets convenience two minutes for an Individual to of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mob- to Gainesville Sept. lit where weds. They plan to set up housekeeping Baptist Hospital in Jackson Friends of Phillip Keys and
stores and idependently owned answer. almost Immediately. ville. Mr. Estes Is a former be Interestedto WISH .I'D SAID
ley, of Lawtey will graduate he will be pastor of Pine Grove both I Tom Hardy will
Happiness to
markets are cooperating in the Some of the typical questions on September 10 from eight Baptist Church. you pastor of Hampton Baptist know that the'boys are now
survey the first of Its kind in to be asked are: "Are vou using weeks of basic training at Fort Parents of the bridegroomare Church. making El Cajon, Calif their THAT '
Florida. a shopping list?" "How did you Knox Ky. lie attended Brad Mr. and Mrs. Leroy South- THANK GOODNESS!! Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hayes new home.
Store locations have been chosen hear about today's food specials ford County High School last all of Valdosta, Ga. and son returned last week from Mrs. Ruby Holllngsworth and
to represent a cross sec ?" "Do you save trading year. The newlyweds will be making This exclamation Is very a vacation trip to Indiana to daughter, Norma, accompaniedby
tion of metropolitan areas, stamps?" Do you think stores ttielr home In Valdosta, apropos this week. I'm sure visit relatives. Enroute they a cousin, Joy Hlllpot, all of
small towns and rural areas, should use unit pricing?" where both are employed. Both parent will heartily. camped and did sightseeing in Melbourne, paid a visit to Mr. thing
agree
"There's only one
says Mrs. Mary Harrison, Extension The food Industry is lending : /q; bride and groom are 1971 graduates School begins next Monday Aug. Georgia North Carolina and and Mrs. Terry Jones. Their this
r1 that bugs me about revo-
Consumer Education Its South Carolina.Mr.
enthusiastic support to this of North Florida Junior weekend visit followed an excursion -
Specialist and coordinator the survey. Every food Industry I fV ., College. Mr. Southall Is now 30. What better way of telling! and Mrs. Jerry Wads- to Jekyll and St. SI- lution bit" said the radical, ,
food buying; survey. administrator contacted has offered enrolled at Valdosta State Col- or rattier reminding parents"........ worth l recently moved Into their mon Islands and Douglas, Ga. "what happens to our employ-
About 5,000 volunteer work his cooperation said Mrs. 4' that their conntunt new home. Located on the outskirts checks when we over-
@ lege where he Intends to continue under foot" will soon The visitors are now on their ment
Extension 1 1 panions of Hampton, the house
ers from County Murphy and Mrs. Harrison Ma education. way home. throw the government
Homemakers clubs, selectedand The survey will be taken I. It be safely "under wrap In was formerly the residence of Jack-
Mrs Don Hill, Debbie Hill ? this Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ed Kummer, The Eaton
school All humor aside
trained by their County, Extension throughout the state on Sept "Why do men look for and Debbie Hicks of Hamptonall Carl and Mary Brown. Croup son and children, former residents
Home Economics Agents ember 10, between the hours In hotel attended the wedding In Is really my way of letting you effort by the parents and child of Cottondale and Mel- (Colo.) Herald.
home atmosphere a shouldbe
will poll shopper's opi of 10 to 12 noon, and 5 to 7 home' Cherry Lake. know that preparation ren of the Wadsworth family rose, are the new occupants Let our preachments be
in
8nd hOI..llervlce 8 made for their return to
Sue Mc have enabled them to renovateand
nions. Mill Martha
pan. school sessions next of the old Smith residence. earnest and honest, but let us
regular
Cain, Extension Home Econo- move In. They are very
\ niiiiiitiil'I "mill .in 1.11 hluiiiivmilfi Cheryl Elaine Norman and week. They are the new neighbors always concede to those with
mics Agent In Bradford County; pleased with the results of their
of Marshal and Mrs. Hershel
will supply local leaders with Lets Go Boat Uf'' I. Inill-iniilii. hilly' (if Site IMMI knot Daniel last L.Thursday Norman night tied with the efforts. Parker. Mr. Jackson Is associated whom we disagree, the same
special training and she Is In d. Lccl-IHIIII', linl> Itonc The PERSONALSLuke Mr. and Mrs. L.V. Williamson with Western and freedom of expression that
charge of the survey proce s iiitinlit'i' thus' extend iilong, the 4til. the traditional "I Do" from McCullough was admitted have recently taken up residence Southern Life Insurance Co. we demand ourselves.-C.T.
dures. At least 20,000 shoppers Ic nf Iliv iMiilotn. "1 Ilia .e..t. ,I. both parties. Many friends and to Bradford County; Hospital in Hampton again after Sherry Griffis, MarcleJones, Crawford Sr. The Democrat
are expected to voice their opinions ">. ill.ill-ihc' ikplh' of Ihc dull relatives of both bride and Sunday night. residing in Savannah, Ga. the Sue Cunningham, Dink Baker (Tenn.) Union, 1884. '
on food marketing accord- :ti ,IMMII' uiitti' Inu' to lite limt'Hi IMIJIIIIII -
Ing to Mrs. Llzette Murphy Extension -', I the kftl .JI
Consumer Education II. pnintet-n; line hy whit h II T

Specialist, and co-organizer of inillll tU'iil hoot.-hiniluiiic IH towed ur I''in" lil.iilc a 'IHIJI" 1r.1i in n '

the survey. |pier lo whit IIIKH hit'r 1..lcllccl l l.H Join The Carrier Comfort Parade
Main purpose of the food buyIng CIOV4AKY. IOU II.II.III-ihe 1"1 I fit. the "",, |
survey is to obtain a better :NOVICE; ; 110 ti :MEN;;" 'IHIIIK,. 'lioill till. ttlml, the "litfilor 1 I.111I111 I.
understanding! of consumer opt- :
II toil ,me |1"1 M.irling. Mit. .is. Ihc ( ..*wj.I .
nlona and practices so that educational owner III Illltl of II ,IXMl.,, \it IIIIKllt 'I. triilt- |>iiloil" ol' iliuy) u( the
programs can be IK; litl|>lnl' Id knim' viiuv' of Hit liftiit
planned and implemented to 1 hit t h | 10. Ii'mi-,icfen lu MIC WilY a lxi.illlniiK
1.1 in ulighlnine" | | tlp| iliiriiiK
meet the concerns and needsof ill' In the wider with refcirmc InIlie I
II "" lomt'iHiiiiiiii V* 11 tenuityI '
hini/onliil; pl.inc., :
consumers. The information I tiuntdcI"un.i : li.ii iniiiv up ulihf t
ofIhv
listiiv.il ..r f ILICnthunt'lending( edge(
will be shared with peoplein .1 1 WHMf 1)1 I lilt IIIMIOM teen'
ht I 'Imulsltesl.I '' how
the food marketing Industryso ..
12 tltwiiiu. icalt ipunning "n
I I. ,unlluhlxr-lean" nittl in rid.ante l-
that consumers opinions .
tide side
niiill IMIIII fiom to
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'ItltllinK' In who f ftlllllW b
may appropriately Influence .lltniiul,,, ,, >hiIL undone) II. 'logiccnnl 1( (Kink of the tr.ifl'Elect t
marketing practices. :2 I. klliM -litiiltli,ill\ "Mult*\ |pet haul IlIlh lliel., a t





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cooling off. Cooking. Unking. 1)ivhwu+" hing.I Add 21/2 Tons Of Central Cool- t
I You know the routine.) AlIl'IIII"I'1I11 emu+uully $
heavy drain on the power I mipplv. And nil increase" :

the chances of n po\\c'r"hol'llIgl' incurring. 11 hatsummer's ing To Your Present System For 725 ;:
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.1 t pin and n 1'11ull hut 'M. As Little As ,___ -I.
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Uon'l ovcrconl.' AIHO. plan mink require! little
or no cooking. Cook Ix'fdreoraftcr |H'iik periotln.The ,
( same hold. true for washing;and drying tint hex t tc
iirul dishes.) Finally, keep to u minimum the amount CAU! US TODAY 944-7701
of hot water you u.Hcfor 'IIthC, Mhowers. and nt her +

uses! during peuk perilxls.Iaectricitv.like.
all of America' resourecs.should .
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... t r, Land Soles... 12 Seek Hampton< OfficesTwelve BC HospitalBlood Bank


(From Page 1)) (From Page I 1)) Is Accredited
candidates will vie This leaves the Mayors office
Whlffen said, then asked If they t' '' for tour offices[ that come up to one of two candidates either
would be willing to participate to Mr. ana Mrs. Robert V. tor grabs In the Hampton City Authur Bruno or P.H. Lott Jr. Accreditation oTBrxtfonl County -
Host said they would. Turner. elections, September 14. Karen Supeky will run against Hospital Blood Bank by the
"Stump's will do Its part $20,150 for a parcel of land Five new candidates have Incumbent Lillian S. Ingenbath American Association at Blood
If you decide to buy a lot," MA from Young America Corp. of thrown their hats into the ring for City Clerk. Banks roe knottier ttree-jreajf-"
Miss Lillian Stump said Y ;, al1f Florida to Mr. and Mrs. Jessie this past week to contest the The two seats. open on the period was announced 1tII.week
In a vole vote, the group h ( : McCIoud. seven who had previously re- city council has Incumbents by the Association ft*Blood
decided to form a committee: Mid S $14,500 for a block In Lawtey glut*red. A.C Dennison and Hazel Bank's Medical Director.
. to seek methods and programs from Mr.and Mrs. Mllo R, Incumbent Mayor Wllllard Thomas running for rejection "Through Inspection and
. to Implement the proposed pro .r. Smith to Mr. and Mrs. JohnF. Thomas will give up Ms post against Grace Beal, P.H. Lott valuation It has been otter-
. ject.: Volunteering to serve with Robertson of Jacksonville. as major, but will contest Ted Sr.. and Helen Baker. mined that the !level of technical -
the Chamber's Brian Hamilton P $13,000 for 4 lots !In Starke Curtis and Incumbent Hershel Deadline tor registration >Is and administrative perfor-
and Whlffen were Danny Brownof from .the Florida Bank at Parker for the position of Mar Sept. 1, with the elections to mance within your blood bank
Danny's Photography, Attorney Starke to Charles Hardy IV, shal. be held Sept. 14. meets or exceeds the standards
Elzle: Sanders, Carl Minx, of Jacksonville. established by this Association. -
of the Western Auto, and property $18,000 for 2 lots at Indian ." stated Dr.Bernard Henry
owners Lex Green, Ben Beach from Mr. and Mrs. Gene president of the blood banks
. Sustow, and Mrs. Leila Mundy. D, Adams to Mr. and Mrs.Jack Con Reclaimer Goes On New Schedule Here association. making the pre
Steps which can be taken L. Rice of Melrose. sentation.
were enumerated by Hamll- $8,500 tor a parcel of land \ change in schedule was collected by children Congratulating the hospital's
ton They range from eliminating from Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin announced this week for tho An official of the company governing board and aloft Dr.
loading zones to create Saslow to George Roberts Insurance Reynolds! aluminum reclaiming said, "We want- to apologize Henry 'pointed out that "this
more parking to buying buildings e Inc. unit that has been visiting for getting so far off schedule recognition by the American
to tear down and create $3,200 for 2 parcels of land Starke on Wednesday after -fet recent weeks* due to Association of Blood Banks is
. parking In a municipal parking ..'!'''14 0.,, .7M, t 'k+i.li t :"r .aw S.+rf rfI lrlW ld'r'1ra from Kathryn I'nsey: and Lot noons. problems beyond our control. assurance of your continued
Knsey: of Arlington, Va. to Mr. Starting Tuesday, Aug. 31, a We regret the Inconvenience interest In establishing the
lot.Mrs. Munch pointed out that and Mrs. J.M. Edwards. new type cash-for-cans unit caused to those who waited highest quality medical care
grass grows >In cracks of sidewalks Wins DIP AwardJ.D. $22,533 for 49,86 acres from will be at tho Starke Plaza for the mobile unit and hope to the patients you serve."
so customers have to Doyle Mr. and Mrs. llillllp M. Odomto each Tucsay from 1:30 to 3.30: that with the second unit In operation }Kecredltation was preceded
wade through weeds to get Into Lester B, Wrlsht and Ed we are able to main by a comprehensive questionnaire -
downtown stores In places. She Doyl., left, accepts a Bradford (Improvement Award for the month of August. Th. ward and Edward I I.. Arms of p.m.The shift In schedule was tain a firm schedule for our and physical\ Inspection:
also said the city needs new Crystal River, P In. made after mechanical visits to Starke"
problems of the blood bank by one of the
establishment East Call Street hat been brlck.d in.
and brightly painted trash cans entire front of Doyle's dry-cleaning on $52,300 for a parcel of Innd with. the other unit 1 Association's volunteer spe
to replace the old bent up ones Mark Jackson, BIP committee chairman, present the award to Doyl. Monday. on US-301 from W il! llam I II.t Summers caused it to miss one visitto cialists.
In service now."Sidewalks to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Maike completely, and Ube .> (Change Needed The purpose of the voluntary
and streets belong Porchlazzo. an hour Into In Its arrival The NAZI I witness said the inspection and accreditation
to the city," Mrs. Mum said. NAVY AND MARINE $7,000 for 40 acres from here the following week VsHocintion! endorses the) program, spensored by the
RECRUITERS JOIN City Budget... Trvrtlo M Mnnu of Ohio to Mr. The mobile unit. now ache basic principles' incorporatedin American Association of Blood
"The key.to business success County Fire FORCES LOCALLYThe and Mrs. 'l eron Carl, I Hunter. duled to visit Starke is smaller Title I of U.K. 16311 as a Banks, Is to elevate the standards
. today Is porkfllll."John Myers, Navy and Marine Corps, (From than the first one and docs of practice within the
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executive vice-president said Dept Supper have combined efforts In Bradford Page 1)) $3,000 for 2 parceli of land not have a shredder. However, l promising> approach to the! re transfusion service to assist
the topic to the County to offer eligible Including 3 lots In Starke from duction of welfare dependency director
In Introducing last year. There were no big those who bring In all-aluminum the blood bank !In determining -
group at a luncheon meeting at Held Monday young men the widest variety single Increases, but the small cans and other clean aluminum However, the NAM I recommends whether the procedures
the Holiday Inn last Friday. of opportunities. ones added up The council Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. E. Lewis household scrap will continue u number of modifKation.s being employed In h1a
Hundreds of Bradford County Petty, Officer Mel Sheets of cut only $2,000 of salary Increases to Mr. and Mrs. timer: F. to be nald ten cents a pound and changes Because institution meet the established
cars can be seen In the new The Bradford County Volun the Navy, and Gunnery Ser- for city hall employees. Lewis for the I.. salvage. food stamps add to theincome standards; and to provide consultation -
shopping mall >in Gainesville teer Fire Department and Lad- geant Bill Carr of the Marine $13.500 tor: a lot on Lake Geneva Tltc aluminum Is taken wHovnold's of recipients without service, thus assuring -
pointed out les Auxiliary held a family sup- Corps will be working In a from Mr. and Mrs. PMlllp
, each week, Myers Fvr*>n A, for the, utility systems K. requiring commensurate patients of Increased safety
A 20 percent growth In the per at the f ire Hall on Ed- combined effort to present a are up some $67,000 but Morris ui Mr. and Mrs. William reclamation center )
work cITort, Mr. Bolton of human blood transfusion.
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, next 10 years Is projected for wards Road Monday night with well rounded picture of military that can be laid to the $70- Si ite. in .lacMnmillc where it will suit-
Bradford County by a national ten families attending. life to men In this area. 00U Increase in natural gas be shredded and shipped in {rested that the stamp pro
20.500+
for 41 from
.'. firm, he added. Myers added Following the supper, the Requirements vary somewhat sold to the power plant. Mr. and Mrs Graham acres!!Walher bulk to Reynolds smelters for grant be phased out over a
he sees "many new faces" on Auxiliary held a short business between services In such a- recycling, thus conserving natural period' of five years.
North
Call Street from his office at meeting and final plans were reas as previous education, of Carolina to John D. resources while helping ]lie further suirKestcd that
.. Walnut and Call. made tor the Second Annual mental capabilities, and phys e e Connecticut.Foohey and I lour C. I'ootioy to cut down on litter. anyone directly involved in a A/ Friendship Bridge
"I can see Bradford County FlrerAan'e-Festlval. The Festival cal condition for special pro- New Hampuhlre. beautiful The number of cans turnedin labor dispute-that i 11, on A
growing," he said. will be held September 25, grams. state, naturally hopes t. lure here Wednesday, Aug. 18, strike-'should be ineligiblefor second international
In a related matter, Holiday with[ a parade chicken dinner Sheets and Carr hope to eliminate tourists this iiiMDier. The *' *' *' was the largest to date, totaling benefits under the Family bridge is to be built this year
Inn Manager Bill Glover, carnival hotly a band and the Jr. the need of disqualifying only trouble la that !if you 1.67! pounds, for which Assistance Plan and that the across the Rio Grande between -
showed the group models of Miss Flame Contest at the man solely on the basisof show up there, you are Immediately The .lupprannunlrd man collectors paid $107.90. Sev- Laredo Texas, and
two signs to be erected on US. fratt t+Q play ground. one or two unmet require suspected of being a lays one. Ihll.hI/( Is thankful eral pick-up trucks loads were :Ml( percent reimbursement to Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, on the
301 at Callahan and on 1-95 Mrs Don Hardenbrook was ments. candidate for president.[ 'for Is that he was burn ber... e brought in, as well as smaller the states for .supplementary' Pan American Highway.
at the AIA exit near Yulee appointed[ chairman of the Jr. The Navy/Marine Corps team nostalgia/( wan Invented/ amounts In boxes and bogs payments should be omitted.
to route traffic along four- Miss Flame Contest and any may be contacted between 10
laned US-301 to Dlsneyworld girl between ages 4and, 12 are ajn. and noon every Tuesday
and the southwest coast. urged to call Mrs.HardenbrookIf at the Selective Service Board
These signs will be 40 by they are Interested In competing In Starke Plaza. They will also
20 feet and will cost $85 per for this ".' be available for counseling each
title.
.. month each to rent from a 4 Tuesday at Bradford !High People 1 with a future
firm which will also maintain School upon commencement of
.... them. Glover said he will solicit the school year. Interested
: funds from businesses' bet Auto TIpI.* Lead Crime' young men are urged to con-
.... ween Callahan and Waldo to pay tact them at either location.
", tor the signs, a Chamber of In recent years, auto theft
Commerce project. has: risen faster than any Army Private John A. Hawkins for it
other crime category in the 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. save atFirst
United States. The National Charles E. Hawkins, Hampton
recently completed eight weeks
Theft Bureau
Automobile of advanced Individual training
fJNW"Z NATB the investigatingarm
( ) as an armor reconnaissance
, '. or, .400 insurance com specialist at the U.S. Army
,
2lie panic! estimates that $900 Armor center Ft. Knox, KY. Federal
million worth of cars were He received Instruction In the
-, stolen in this! country last use of various kinds of weapons,
dn maintenance of armor vehicles,
25 than
year, percent more
"An opportunist U. a mun
communications
reading, ,
and double the map
in 1968 num-
who ahead l and l does
goes artillery adjustments, and
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what you always. intended ber of just five years earlier. mines and demolitions A

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WILLIAM (BILL)
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THE ROSSER FA MI LYCHIEF' ,

Tony, Sherri Renee, Bill
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: In The Past 2 Years It Has Cost The Tax Payer $260,502.71 For Pollee Protect t 1 Li K ii lr y
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In Checking Some Of The Bills I Feel This Could Have Been Reduced At Least t t { ;A'l ,t t t tI
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: I :S50OOO.00 Or More. I 1 i + 1 I t ili>,1 t t t 1

The Spending Of This Money Is The Responsibility Of The Department Head Only.I 1 + 1 ..1 ,

I Know That My Experience As A Department Head, My Financial Experience And hI

: .: [Bookkeeping Experience Will Guarantee You Of No Wasteful Spending & A Reduction! I A ,11 ,
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In Over-All Spending, This I Have Proved In The Past. }rr + r r' ,PS k y ti'' !, 1 I 'rl j1y1 '
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VOTE FOR AN EXPERIENCED LEADER



Police Academy Training ?ew' 1 4'' ,, + 1 ,ry
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: 17 Years Business Experience

:: 7J'% Years In Starke Police Department '

", 6 Years Serving As Your Chief 1961 -1967 { / 4 r ''p.J a1 SQi f :1 1 ;y t 11 ,tr or r .1! e1, ,ik e e "' tSyyy' :.
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doesn't ]It takes and Our Hours:
A good future just happen. t planning

.. Remember That You The Voters Are The Only Ones Who Can Correct Our Current preparation and sometimes a lot of plain old blood, sweat ". Mon.Friday! thru 9 Thurs.-9 a.m. to ;3:30: a.m.p.m.to 3 p.m.

Situation and tears. There's one thing people with a future have in Closed Saturday

common they save for it! And modern farmers save for it _; ;:

APPRECIATED at First Federal. SAVINGS] fa/. LOAN f ASSOCIATION(
YOUR VOTE AND ACTIVE SUPPORT Stop for a moment and ask yourself, "Do I have a good 01 S

:. Thank You future?" If the answer is yes, do what others with a future M" -.---:a'- fI

are doing save for it at First Federal Savings and Loan
f I WILLIAM (BILL) ROSSER Association.

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*. Football- Small Squad High Hopes Trial In Satin BnUlfonl Is Murder Off I IA X tgarCtn; Q



first degree murder trial
Though Coach Roy Bayless) Henderson who appears to have coming season.But bets making Bayless, with a winning 22-18 only contest with a 7:30: p.m. which had been transferred .
anticipate that only about 23 captured the starting asslsgn- plans to change the offense from overall record, figures to have kickoff; all the rest will beginat here from Orange County and .. ._:-:.un..n.,:-:<<_.___..........n..__ :.::::>;:
boys will make up this year's ment'with bard-nosed enthusiasm Keystone's traditional -Wlsh- five 'fairly rough contests this 800.: was scheduled to start next Jie top name recording artists,
football squad, he has high during spring training. boneTto a pro set' type year with three.posslbly tough training Aug- Monday has been called off. LABOR DIC11'ITn.S: and the cost Is a mere $:i per
weekend
"Henderson Is quick, and two not too Bayless began Circuit .Judge C.E. Adams Over the Labor Day couple for the
hopes for success after an encouraging aggressive attack. games tough ust 16 and Is holding pre-school be Four-Ball couple, or $2 per
spring training ses throws the ball well and The pro type offense said matches. H. will open the sessions at 7 a.m. and ,6 p.m. who would have presided over we'll Stroke-Play playing Tournament.a Two- dance only. Reservations must
sion. does a good Job of scrambling,* Bayless, 'will allow us to use season September 3 with the for about two hours each. the trial defendent of James In. the r E.:: Christian sensa-- man teams: their best ball on be In by August", 28. Call the pro
said Bayless. running backs and wide receivers DtB Jamboree. This will be the shop 9645441.
Bayless, embarking l his fifth our tional satin murders of two each hole Is the team's score.
season as head coacb of the Bayless does not foresee any better.' young women In Orlando, notified Each player will be allowed through ac
Indians, had much praise for major change In defensive Larry, Vaughn, a transfer stu- Raiford Voters Bradford authorities this imf'c of his handicap,and stroke Understand that Stag Night Is!
sophomore quarterback Robbin alllgnment or strategy for tbeI dent new to Keystone last year, week that the accused man had will fall according to the score grapevine again going to be a weekly
.- will probably miss I the entire been convicted and given a life card. Surely hope so. It was
season due to a knee injury he sentence In Punta Gorda In another There will be a $6 entry fee event. score to rub
for golf
;; suffered the OK Incorporationdate count ot the same crime. ($3 per man) with four place good my and
during spring prizes ((40:;, 30:,20':! ;,und 10";). shoulders with the pros
1)riig'cwt\ A reragu Family workouts. He is soon to undergo In preparation for the trial enjoy a delicious meal at Uie
I here a panel of 105 prospec- We'll have to play 30 holes time.Suppose .
surgery. By a vote of 51 to 37, resi- for this scond electionand tive jurors had been summonedand anytime between Friday Sept. si'ine
$56.90 A y'tlr11Jrutlfurtl Though a missing Vaughn will dents of bite Kaiford communityvoted she had not been able tc the sheriff s departmenthas :3 I, and Monday, Sept. 6. players | that everyone
mean the loss of a 5 foot 11 Monday to Incorporatethe notified will need not play with their by now
consult their attorney, Hep. the m they not has noticed Uie course rules
inch. 160 pound defensive guard, partnersjust sign and turn
town under council-mayor Gene .Shaw, who Is away on be needed. near No. 1 tee. If we
Bayless still expects the line to form of government without the your score cards In at Uic pro posted
be held
as
vacation. It will soon will
family for them It help
The"), ivernge Bradford County $19.60 is spent per will abide by ,
be shop.A
fifteen pounds heavier than power to levy ad valorem ta- Mrs. Alvarez
family is paying approximately salves, ointments, cough medicines last as possible, Hoiiiinc Chipping Contest will also speed) upRoping"lay.
Defensive end Mike said with laws ,
year. In compliance Douglas
$50.00! for aspirin and other medicinal xes.Approximately
:annually prescription
Schultz will lead the Indian 80 per cent governing the legal notice of be held on Saturday and Sunday
drugs.; according/ to figures preparations that are nonprescription heavies at 165 pounds. of the 115 residents who were elections. Is UF GraduateDouglas with prizes for (lie' winners. I( (Cluh;
compiled by the Health Insur- Items. eligible to vote marked ballotsin After the council membersare Ht'4unlt' Hides
ance Association of America. A wide difference Is shownIn the election.Ninety-two votes elected they, in turn, will B. Itomlne of rOH TIIK: TTXN'IS:: PI WEllS: : $
ToUil l expenditure for prescription the medicinal needs of were cast (including seven absentees appoint a town clerk to keep Starke, was among 318 students A bit Doubles Tournamentwill
drugs In the county Is young people as compared with GARDENINGThere's ) but four were discarded records. that graduated from the t'nl- be held on Sept. 3, 4, and The Bradford Hoping Club
estimated at $331,000, the report the elderly. For prescribed as being improperly The main purpose of Incor- verslty of South Florida this 5, with a S3 entry fee per team. \\1II1))1'forl1l) ) the first /and third
revealed.As medicines, the range Is from marked. porating was to secure Improvements summer wlUi :Master's de- Register In the pro shop or call Saturday night of each month
in most parts of the county less than $7 worth per person an old saying that The next step In making Kai Including a traffic grees. have Brian Hamilton. We already .it idu: p.m. at me arena at
the consumption of such for those under ago 15 to about ford a full-fledged municipality I light, street lights, a fire 1 Enrollment: for the summer several teams. By the Uic I Fairgrounds on US-301
most would like to be
medicine, per person,has more $42 per person for those over married men to /sa Zsa Gabor will be a second electionfor truck, and playground equipment session surpassed 10,000 and way, members of the learn do north of starke.
than doubled In the last 25 65. but few men could afford her. the purpose of choosingfive supporters of the char- was the largest summa: quarter not need to be of the same Ribbons: and trophies are a-
years. councilmen and a mayor. ter said.'I hese expenses will ever at t M' sex. warded to high point riders.
This Is a similar situation to The charter docs not providefor be financed by cigarette and The :318 students that earned: 'Hie 1 (Hoping Club has resumed
In Bradford's regional area, homeowners who desire a ber- a chief of police. gasoline revenues from the !Master degrees, along with S.1t"HD1fal'l'!; ( its regular riding(schedule after
tie, average family has about Junk Goes; muda grass lawn. Mrs. Katherine Alvarez, a .t 01'" whlrh. It fa estimated, 679 with Bachelor's degrees Sept. 4, the Social Committee two week quarantine Imposed|
proscriptions filled per Hybrid bermuda-grasses are member of the election board, will produce from S300 to $500 pushed (lie total aluml to more will hold a Steak Supper and bj the sleeping sickness against
year, and pays approximately Cash Comes the "aristocrats" of Florida said the charter,approved Mon- mnthly. Elected officials will than 14,000 since the first Dance In the club house startIng which Bradford horses have
$50.!>"0 for them. This Is lawngrasses. These are the said the charter, approved; not draw salaries, accordingto class graduated In 1000.) at 8 p.m. Free beer (as been vicdn.ited. The rides resumed -
higher: than the national turfgrasses which produce in Flo-the Monday, does not specify a the charter. long as It lasts), music l b} all last R.iturdny night.:
outstanding golf course
avcraise. estimated at $49.12per The Bradford County Com- rida and lawns of similar duality ... ..-. ....... ..-..-....-.. ..-. ..-. ..-. ..-. ..-. ..-. .-. ....... --.. ...... ..-. ....... ..-. .-. ..-. ..-. ..-. ..-. ..-. ..-. ..-. ..-. -
famly. mission Is getting the county
and appearance can be
'I do tola) bll if for; prescription maintenance barn\ premises grown if you have the time
drugs in the nation Is Cleaned: up.- and being paid and money to spend.
estimated at :sw.H,; billion an- for It too.Several. Bermuda grasses require
nually. This Is exclusive of months ago, the high maintenance and if you
drugs dispensed to hospital patients board decided to clean up the can't devote a day or two a WAREHOUSEReductions H
and Is five times as muchas place by getting rid of obsolete week to your lawn then pick
It was In 1950 when the total equipment and old vehicle another grass. A well main-
amounted to only $736 million. frames and bodies.In tained bermuda grass lawn Is L
Twenty years ago the average response to a call for bids a beautiful sight but a poorly
cost per prescription was $1.85as on the material as junk, the maintained one Is an eye sore.
compared with$3.72 now,according board received five quotations There are numerous varietiesto
to the Health Insurance last week and sold the mater- choose but the better lawn
Association of America. ial to the highest bidder, E.D. type bermuda grasses are 'Or-
m general, It Is found that Cassey, for $510.Commission mond' 'Tinawn,' 'Tlfway.' and
expenditure for prescriptiondrugs Clerk Gilbert 'Tlfdwarf' If you want a putting
are highest: In the South Drown said the office at the green type lawn. 'Ormond hasa
because of greater use In that barn has been repainted as very dark green color but On All
part of the country. It is lowestin part of the clean-up campaign Is not as fine textured as the Appliances
the North Center States. and the board Is considering others with the exception of
In addition !lb the amount spent taking similar action at the old 'Tinawn.' Of the varieties list-
for prescription drugs In/Bradford barn, now being used by the ed, 'Ormond' and 'Tlflawn' are
County, approximately Mosquito Control project. best for lawn purposes for most 30" ALL PORCELAIN

homeowners.All of the. hybrid bermuda G. E. Refrigerator

grasses must be established
from sprigs plugs or sod as
ito seed Is available. All must RANGE
PLEASEIF be grown In full sun for proper --- '-- ---, Ice freezes extra fast!
growth and persistence. The
single exception Is a variety

mistakenly called NoMow. This 15 cu. ft. NO FROST REFRIGERATOR" ,
variety has good shade toler-
\ I It

ANYONE ance."ormuda- asses thrive on a t 't II IIr + Mj
j Subzero air
wide variety of soils but they : blows over trays for fast
do not do well on poorly drained freezing!

sites. Even though they will Freezer holds up to 165 Ibs. t
grown on many poor soils, they
require more fertilizer for op- Separate temperature controls for each i
-Die.( ,
timum growth and appearancethan section.
other turfgrasses In Flo- Freezer "'
door shelves for '
rida. % gal ice crearrcartons. > ,
-Elopes In southern Florida bermuda 11 juice cans.
grasses can be fertilized every .r Four cabinet shelves. 1 slides out, 'w* '
-Has a Party month. Apply a complete ferti- 1 adjustable. jSssSgsFI
lizer like 10-10-10 In February .
Gets Married June and September but ; r Twin vegetable bins, 2/3 bushel. \ I '
use only a nitrogen fertilizer Coil-free back fits flush to wall.
such as ammonium sulfate for MMV ''a ..- -::-:
-Goes Away the other months. Rolls out on wheels for easy cleaning. \ 1. -
For northern Florida apply Only 301// wide and 66" high. \ "' "
the complete fertilizer In i GE j .. *
/ colors
or white.
-Has a Baby March, June and September tltillRtiIl{ tail t t II .... \ .-

July the nitrogen and October.in January Follow, April the / COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC

-Has a FireIs recommended rates on the fer- 11299 ??

tilizer label.Bermuda H
Ill grasses require $ S5
frequent close mowing duringthe 139
growing season. Use a reel
-Hu an OperationHas type mower for best appear-
ance and mow every two to four
days at a one-half Inch cutting
Accident
an height or every five to seven

-Buys a Home days muda notary grasses at mowers three-quarters satisfactorily.do not cllpber-Inch. G. E. WASHER LOOK H HWy


Wins a Prize Frequent watering Is also
needed. Apply at least one to
Receives Award two Inches of water per week ,, ?., Last Chance On Clos&Out
an unless this much-rain has fallen _
during the week. Extra Clean

-Builds a House Nematodos, Insects and diseases Air Conditioners8OOO
can cause severe damage \
Makes bermuda grass If not con- ClothesExtra
a Speech trolled. The major Insect pests :

are sod webworms, armyworms
Holds a MeetingOr mites and scales. The "< Long BTU -- $174.00Life
most serious diseases are dol-

Takes Part In Any parasitic larspot and nematodes brownpatch.can Several cause 12,500 BTU ... 199.00

serious damage also. All of
Other Usual or Unusual these pests can adequately be 15,000 BTU 21O.OO229.OO
Event controlled but proper Identification PermanentPress -
of the problem and
BTU
prompt treatment are neces- 18,000 aims
sary. For recommendations on
pest control contact your county a.- I Cycle 19,000 BTU 285.OO
Cooperative Extension: Ser-

that's news vice.Bermuda grasses require / 24,000 BTU __ 265.OO

more maintenance than other
Florida lawngrasses but the

and. results are usually worth It ONLY
Irw '
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We Want It The Il1h'I'l1nlionnll'l'oh'in" BANKAMERICARD. e -
Corporal of FnirfieM. N.J.. .
him announced the future $199

'om'II'\Il'lion! \ of a floating! 1UeIt 1l1JI6w
fixhnu-al factory, believed l to
!Itl' the first ever undertakenby
nil American firm.A .
THE BRADFORD COUNTY fli'oki'sninn said that the

factory is planned for West!
Africa mid will iiicrente the
Slade Gas And
TELEGRAPH company's fish processing! en1'iicity Appliances a.

by 175.000 tons |per>

!04-f.3tir/ : ) year ,

CLAMf itfl'>ILopif. sin 332 M. Madison Strnt Stark.,- Florida
sae.-. .....,.* Oval 519M4 i .. _
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Asks ,. r Ww'1fIMt.,' ,,:" NY Man Drowns In Lake MagnoliaA


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28-year-old Arverne, N, Sheriffs Deputy Michael McKee A 47-year-old Cincinnati and before .
,4 y, postal worker drowned In The accident occurred a- man, William C. Cummings, arm the nU
daughter could
back
City Council Magnolia Lake bout 6 Magnolia Lake Is drowned get in ''i/ '
while vacationIng p.m. July 19, when he and boat and bring It under
In .la the Camp Blanding reservation two daughters were thrown froma five-year-old Jacksonv contiA ". .
County NShariP.riDeperbnent near Keystone Heights. boat In Santa Fe Lake. Cum child, Allen W. Patterson
Vernon Silcox, local insur- r,. aid Monday. Roberson said he plunged Into mings' son was on a surfboardand >f Mr. and Mrs. Elton .s, ,!1'1<'
has e Dead on arrival at Bradford the water to rescue Sim- the father and two daugh- ,
ance agent,
announced for erson, drowned In KI1R'I.i
the Group 4 seat on the Starke 1 County Hospital Sunday was E- mons, but the son drowned before ters were In the boat. Lake July 28 while pl.iviiirJic !
City Council which Is llas R, Simmons the son of he could find him. Cummings lost control of the
by Incumbent being vacated __ John Roberson of 1313 Harrison A' doctor at BCII pronounced boat as he turned to picK up ; water at New MARSI
Bow- St. Jacksonville. Simmons dead. his son who had fallen from Beach The child was wit)

en.Silcox states that he has been r 4 r I Simmons was lying on a surfboard It Is the third drowning In the surfboard. All three occupants mother family group and that Included)
several child'
a lifelong resident of Starke In the lake when he fell area lakes this summer the were thrown from tile and .
and has known and worked with d aj off and went under about 6 other two occurring In Kings- boat The board circled over heed apparently from. the others.strayed II'''J'i
the people of the community p.m., Robertson told Clay lev and Santa Fe Lakes. one daughter, cutting her leg
for many years.
"For this reason I believe I lIJ
I will be aware of tile people's
needs and will work hard to a"
serve them" Let's Re-Elecl
It Is the first time Silcox .
has sought a political office
Silcox feels he says the
people of Starke are "all work- KENNETH .
Ing to make the communitya ,
better place to live and, If
elected I will have the opportunity
to work with themIn
this goal" FUQUA Y
Sllcox Is married to the former -
Patsy Roberta of Lawtey.
They have a son, David, who
is presently serving a six-

National month active Guard duty; tour with the Joan Here:. LTD after being repeatedly rammed In the rear by drunken driver. AND KEEP A FULL TIMEFLORIDA'S ?

Mrs. Silcox Is employed as
a dental assistant with Dr. J,

E.Silcox Denmark has of worked Starke.In the Insurance Mayor's Wife Sees OF

field for the past 18
years and Is entering his 10th
year as an employee of the

Independent Company of Starke.Life Insurance Her Car SmashedMrs. c-c



Joan Hurst., wife of Mayor According witnesses, the Mrs, Adams $501 and sentencedher c
Carl Hurst, walked out of impact of the last collision to 10 days In the county
the USO Building one afternoon spun the Adams vehicle com- Jail. The Judge eebutusaiddan
r last week and found her pletely around In the north the jail
car being repeatedly rammed bound lane of US-301, where additional 90 day Jail sentence MINIMUM POLICE STANDARDS LAW IS NOW EFFECTIVE. IT CONTAINS SEVEN

from behind by another car. the car ended south bound.It would be added If the fine was SPECIFIC STANDARDS APPLYING TO ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES IN THE STATE.
According to Patrolman Doug was at this point that a not paid. .
Baldwin of the Starke Police witness at the scene, Louis Mrs. Adams also had her
Department, Georgia Tyler Adams Mann ran, cut off the motor driver's license revoked by the
60, of Ocala was head- and took the keys out of the Judge, which Is mandltory In THESE ARE:
1'i ed north on 301 when she veered Adams car such cases.
1JiMOVIES into the parking lane, striking Mrs. Adams was taken to
the parked car of Mrs. Hurst. the Bradford County Hospital 1. B. At Least 21 Yean of Age.
Mrs. Adams then backed her where she was later released 2. B. A Citizen Of The United States.
and and placed In the Jail
car struck County
up repeatedly
flip.. Hurst car from behind. charged with driving while in- Meeting Set 3. B. A High School Graduate Or Its "Equivalent" As The Term May Be Determined By The Council.

Witnesses said the woman toxicated. On New Rules 4. Not Have Been Convicted Of A Felony Or Of A Misdem.anorlrlvolving "Moral Turpitude" A* The
rammed parked LTD three times before at $501, while damages to her To Burn WoodsA
backing her car all the 1965 Ford was estimated at Honorable Conditions From Any Of The Armed Forces Of The U.S.
way from the USO Building to $1,200 public meeting about new 5. Have His Fingerprl nts On File With The Council Or An Agency Designated By The Council.

the Sunoco Service Station, Hurst's LTD had $1.400 dam- open burning rules which go 6. Have Passed An Examination By A Licensed Physician Based Upon Specifications
where she again put the vehicle ages. Into effect October I Is set Established By The Council. "
in drive and struck the next Tuesday August 31, at 9
Hurst car again in the }rear Mrs.driving Adams while later Intoxicated pled guiltyto at a.m. in the Agriculture Centeron 7. Have A Good Moral Character As Determined By Investigation Under Procedure Established By ,

sending It out Into a busy In- Plea Day In County Court Tuesday US-301 north.According The Council.
tersection. Judge Theron Yawn fined to District Fores-

ter Gainesville A.G. the McCullers Department Jr.of KEN FUQUA.. Meets The Above Requirements.KEN .

"Wild Rovers" will be play- Air and Water Pollution Con- FUQUA ... Has A Department That Meets These Requirements.KEN .
Ing at the Florida State Thea- Slash Pine trol has delegated to the Division ..
tre Sunday and Monday here In Mayor of Forestry the responsibility FUQUA Holds Certificates, Issued By The Police Standards Council, In: Basic 200 Hour

Starke. for administration Peace Officers Training Course, Radiplogical.Monitoring, Chemical Tests Foi

cowhands The story who Is really of two don't simple wantto Seeks 4 Cones Worth open tural or burning sllvlcultural done for purposes.agrlcut.....j., *+. : ,*'a Intoxication, Fire-Arm's Training Seminar And Also Has 30 Hours Toward An

hurt anyone, but decide to $1.75/ Bushel "Beginning October I, per- Associate Of Arts Degree In Law Enforcement.

ico rob a to bank make and their head dreams for Mex-of Third sons cultural desiring purposes to burn must for agri-have KEN FUQUA ... Constantly Strives To Keep Abreast Of All New Laws Pertaining To Law Enforcement -

life In the permission from the Divisionof
an easy a reality \

Blake William Edwards Holden film and of MGM.Ryan TermMayor $1.75 Slash cents pines per for bushel seed will delivered bring McCullers Forestry says.prior He to also burning says," KEN FUQUA ... Asks For Your Vote And Support In Keeping Him YOUR CHIEF OF POLICE.

O'Neal star as two different to Starling's Farm Supply on open burning will be allowed
generations of cowboys wh( US-301 North In Starke. between the hours of 0 a.m. THIS is MY PLEIXI:
nevertheless become great Carl Hurst In announcIng Seed from these cones are Standard Time and one hour I
friends and partners In the for his third term for used for plant at state nur- before sunset.
crime. Karl Malden stars a's Starke's highest elective office, series by the Florida Division Night burning may be allowed "The Safety and Welfare of Every-Man Woman and! Child: ,; ;ittthe -1
If the
their boss, a rancher who feels thanks the voters for the pri- of Forestry. The cones atmospheric con- ,
the bank robbery Is a personal vilege of having served for the become ripe about September ditions are such that there
affront, and sends his two sons, past 11 years. 1; the gathering period Is between will be proper diffusion and City Starke, Regardless of Color, Creed, Itt'liijion/; !; or M -tlfl"/'," "
played by Tom Skerrltt and Hurst, 44, was elected to his September 1 and September dispersion of smoke.
Joe Don Baker after the lawbreakers first term In 1967 after being 30 In order to better Inform of Life. i
appointed the year before to Cash Is paid for the cones forest landowners and the general 1 !
"Wild Rovers" represents complete the late Mayor Hal- and cone collecting can be very public meetings are scheduled -
Blake Edward's twenty-ninth dal 1 Chitty's term. Hurst was profitable for those who will August 31 In tttarke: ,September Your Vote And Support W ill Be Appreciated j
motion picture as producer, elected to the city council In work hard at It during the short 1 In Gainesville, and (PA Int. ".'y,1 1,1
writer, or director and In many 1966 and has been a fixture In time the cones are suitable for September 3 In Palatka,
cases as in this one, all three city politics since. gathering. It Is simple and easyto
capacities. His other films Include "It has been my honest endeavor do and there are many Slash - -
the recent"Darling Lill," to be your friend and Pine cones, ready for the pick- ,.
- - - - - -- --- --
"Breakfast'at Tlffan's, "Days mayor," Hurst states."I Ing. )
have, at all times held
of Wine and Roses" "Experi
ment In Terror," "The Great In high honor and esteem my Be to t ._ 'I )
sure get .
permission ; = I'I
= = ==
Race" and "The Pink Pan- position as mayor and city from the landowner If you planto I ...

ther" all critically acclaimedand judge by giving you personal collect cones on land not belonging I I ._....-...........-: 1 I /
box office successes. counseling, guidance, honor- to and be .. "
able, but corrective govern- you-- sure GENERAL tLE TRu oGMPANY .J J
they are Slash Pine <=Y'1
cones, not [JJ' -- ,
A double 007 adventure will ment, and yet, continuing to Longleaf or Loblolly. Collect I j.k == '
be your friend. ----
be playing at the theatre Fri- only good healthy Slash Pinecones -- ";::==:
-- -- ...---
and "Dr. .
day Saturday night's. Good ,
No" and "From Russia With heavy, and have cones are firm, CU. FT. 19AC I : /

Love""The. Both Sicilian films Clan rated""GP"the. disease color. Do spots not, worm get a deep cones holes brown with, or I : /\,/t111155151bcapacltyonly46K"wide/ 1 J FREEZER 5000 BTU HEAT AND COOL .4I

biggest hit ever to play in that sticky gum on them. DELUXE PORTA-COOL ROOM UNIT '
France and several other Cones mav be gathered bv ,'". _- ..... .. I I ,
European coutries. Is set to following a logging crew cut- A_ tIiiii1' gliding basket, acrylic enameled .
r f. Perfect for bedrooms and sniiill livmy 1B.DOO UTU .oohiiq; i I. i 111\ tnnuq
open here at the 301 Drive-in. ting Mash Pine during Sept- galvanized' steel liner, defrost wj-
"+ amber drain !) areas Quick mount panels, 8 2 fan spi-prls flIp our wn lidhl< f dller' ,
ter
The English version of the or may be gathered
,.'. e i r/om standing position thermostat, exhaust venti, electric strip I for > ,.n'nu,,> ,, ,.us In. tt r on
French suspense thriller,which trees during
also scored a big success In -3, September.. Turn your cones 5 l.itiun control 2 speed t.m., wash sealed! controls inn," t n t ,_,in'i, i
Its American premiere In New in for cash money to the Starl- 999 dblc flip out f filter, concealed':! / "ion 1
York, stars three of France's ing Farm Supply store 24 to 36' wide
most popular actors--Jean Cabin 5
Ventura, Main Delon. and Lino sr ow$189.9sW"d. 5Now $59

"The Sicilian Clan" tells r3t
of the final heist of a successful b Now
family of thieves and of the Tank I Farm Leaks",
arch criminal they take under Ar Presented
their wing. Gabln plays the EVEN ,...w'n' ruADr
head of this clan uelon Is Contiiminntion the wntei $329.95
the outsider and representstheir and! land! round! fuel storage $139.95 .
nemesis -- the law. "A strong theorv of mine tank. is. being prevented! bya
Co-Starring with the French
's: a minor corrective mea-
unique
imivity !system that
hit "Preacherman.
will be
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, sure so often" saves a heart ML-pnnitva. oil. tent. and other \
ache later AU Air Conditioners
From
at the Drive-In will be adult Hurst Is operator of the Shell liquid hydrocarbons from Room Size Up Greatly ReducedBEf1AlllfMfD !
hits "Pain and Pleasure" and Service Station at Temple Ave water.
"Strange Fetishes. Both films nue and Madison Streets. He Is The two devices manufactured -
are "X" rated and no one tinder active In (he First Baptist ,by Keene Corporationof
18 Is allowed. Church Shrine, Masons, and Cookvvillo Tenn.. simply 104
Rotary, sc|>urate liquids having different
i-rM Hurst Is married to the former specific trrnvitie
Joan Tenley Chitty and
I Ir
n a recent test conducted
they have three children.
lit New York's
"Our city Is great and the Kennedy Airport -
people have made it so," Hurst they removed! more than
states. 99.9 percent of the oil from
"For a town our size, I do liter.The results showed the HOME FURNISHING CENTERS
not believe one can be found units producing effluent hav.

where the economy is as goodas ing only 25 (parts per' millionor FURNITURE APPLIANCES FLOOR COVERING HOME ENTERTAINMENT
ours. Our unemployment lens of oil from an original
percentage Is very low. Our ,oil-water mixture having

relationship living conditions with our are fellow good.man Our 20,000 parts (per million of oil. OVER 100 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEASTCONSULT

is great. Our adults are won- A number of separators( are
now working in Georgia YOUR TELEPHONE DIRECTORY FOR THE LOCATION OF YOUR NEAREST DEALER
"Sure, we have n rr<|ui>nt. derful citizens and our young ,
-jrl 1..11. people are to be commended Kentucky, Tennessee West
on their well behaved conduct." Virginia und Michigan\

August 26, 1971.SiIoox 'I'dl'er. Pac/: 7t


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Legals -- -- r. Graduation Set
---- Community News September 1AlSaiilaFcJC

SENIOR CITIZENS ACTIVITY

OF SHERIFF'S SALE LEGAL NOTICE The regular meeting of the ATTEND FUNERALMr.
NOTICE
la given that The City; of Keystone Heights Senior Citizens was held Thursday and Mrs.James O.Smith,
Notice hereby
I p.D. REDDISH as Sheriff will accept sealed bids on Tim August 10.wttn 14 memoers Xy Elizabeth Givens Walker 1212 N. Keller St., Mrs. EddieL. An Informal graduation cere-
County Florida, ber located: Keystone Airpark present under the direction of Clark of Philadelphia, Pa., mony will be held September 1
of Bradford as described below: the president, Mr. Joe Ker- SCHOOL NEWS and Mrs. Ella M. Conaway of for Santa Fe Junior College's
virtue of Writ property kitchen.
under and by rigan. Games were played with Bradford County Schools are services for Rev. while some crawled after, Brownlee St. went to Miami to 139 candidates for graduationat
of Execution, to-wlt: 1. That area lying between Two Funeral they have erred from the faith attend the funeral of his term I
of the
Issued outofEighth the group participating. In the second week of pre-plan- Lewis McKay will be held Saturday great the end summer
Execution Court of Bradford Runway 10-28 and the Florida prizes were won by Mr. and ning which will end Friday at 2 p.m. at Creator and pierced themselves through nephew Billy Clark the grandson (Term I).
Judicial Circuit Gas Transmission line. Mrs. OHerman. Mrs. Maggie August 27. Students will enter reewlll Baptist with many sorrows.- by Rev. of Mrs. Eddie L. Clark.
County, Florida pursuantto 2. That area lying betweenan Bethlehem Leroy Davis. Friends and relatives of the
Murphy won one prize. Mr. August 30. Everyone Is plan- He wan a member of Greater
a Final Judgement for WIN old grade road and Blond- Hubert Thomas won one prize fin.. for a successful school Church. Educational Day. S) Bethel AME Church of Miami. candidates are Invited to the "
Ham C. Powell, Jr. of Starke Ing fence bounded on South Sunday Is Greater Allen Chapel AME at 3 D.m. at Santa FeWest
and Mrs. Hell Johnson won one term. The Schools will be out will begin with Funeral sevlces were held August ceremony "
Florida, and against Paul E. by Florida Gas Transmissionline. The activity Church Rev, C.E.Jenkinspas- House Auditorium 723
prize. lor Labor Uay September 6, School at 8:30.. Morn- 21. lie Joined the U.S.
and Jettlo Justice together with Trees along side (the The next meeting will beheld returning to school September Sunday 11 The tor. Services will begin Sunday Air Force and served four west university; Avenue.
at a.m.
costs t of collection old road are marked with September 23. This activity 7. ing worship Anthonv with Sunday School at 10 a.m. years. He was attending schoolin
Have seized and have In my yellow paint. will be centered around speaker will be Mr. Morning service at II with Rev: Austin, Texas at the time of Over two-thirds of the candidates -
possession the following des 3. That part of Section 31- Halloween DeSue. Dinner will be servedat Gilmore (68( percent) are from
featuring funny costumes.1 CHURCH NEWS and his death.
cribed personal property; to- T7S K23E and Section 6T8.S 12:30.: League at 4 p.m.Evening : congregation from Alachua and Bradford Counties
he wearing the Greater Bethlehem Freewill
person 6 Lawtey Mt. Zion AME Church *
wit: R23E belonging to worship p.m. with over one-half (56; percent)
funniest original costume will
Baptist Church Rev. Jasper In charge. At 3
there will
p.m.
The S 1/2 of SE 1/4 of SE Keystone Airpark properly. NOTICETO of them from Gainesville noted
All Senior Citizens
win a prize. Williams pastor. Monday night WEEK be a musical
14'E; : 1/4 of SE 1/4 of This Includes portions of 1 Invited to attend the THOUGHT FOR TIlE program given by BIDDERS Vice President for Student A.
are Senior Choir rehearsal. Tuesday a dirrnmnt rhnlr All
m.mh..aand
SE: 1/4 EXCEPT( that portion and 2 described above. activities. Many Money Is good to have ,butdon't friends Invited The Bradford County Boardof fairs Clifford LeBlanc.Almost
are are to
lying East: of State Road 100, Bids will be accepted In the In the tor'the programs night Choir No.0 and Ushers let It hive vnu. It Is cooperate Public Instruction will accept one-fifth of the graduates are
planning group. Board No. 2 will meet and theuungs with these
and being In good to have money activities. sealed bids for food
and all lying following form: Wednesday night Prayer Meet-. from other Florida cities.
Section 15, Township 7 South, A. Sealed bids only.B. DELL CHAPTER OES Ing. Thursday night all three money can buy. But It IN LOVING MEMORYIn scrape from all school cafe- Candlates from Starke are-
Range 22 East. The S 1/2 of Bid on all merchantablePine The regular meeting of Dell choirs will meet. The Ladles Is good to also check up once loving terias until 10:00: a.m. Tues- James Campen, Martha Dennis,
SIC 1/4 of SE 1/4 lies Westof Timber excluding young Chapter 168 will be held Thurs- Circle will meet with Sister In a while and make sure that son and brother memory Alphonso of Jen-our day. Sept. 7, 1971 In the office Roger Kelly, Sheila Lescarbeau. -

Stato Road 100 and Eastof planted Pine.C. day, September 2n the Masonic Prince Thursday night. Fridaythe you have not lost buyftsjbnds the things kins 0, who departed this life of the Superintendent, 11 N. Lynell Sapp,, Pris-
not ,
road. Bid must be accompaniedby that money can Court Street Starke Florida.
graded cllla Tanner
county
Hall Brownlee Street
on Prayer Band will meet at August 25
above check for 10% (Ten Per- life, health, and time. 1. Timothy 1970. We still hold For Information
As the property; of the a at 8 p.m. All members are the home of Sister Rebecca him In our memory. The Jen more please Melrose candidates are
named defendant and that on cent)of the bid amount asked to please be present and Allen The Junior departmentwill 6:10.: For the love of money Ides family. contact 964-7757. Charles Kelly and JoAnne Lea-
Monday, the 30th day of August D. Date Time and Place of on time. be selling pies from the if the root of all evil. Which 2 tchg- 9/2. venworth.
1971) at twelve o'clock bid opening: .
-----
the 14. 1971 8:30 P.M. - --- -- -- -
Noon on said day on pre- September :
mises of the Bradford County at Keystone Heights City Hall. BUY THE FIRST ITEM -
Court House at the East Door. For further Information contact EAGLE

I will offer for sale and sell County Forester Allen GET THE SECOND ITEM FOr i4 api
to the highest bidder for cash Tarleton.
In hand, the above described Vlrgle Homer, City Clerk / 1

properly; of said defendant to 8/19 3t 9/2

satisfy the aforesaid Execution. .

P.D. Reddish, Sheriff In The Circuit Court In And SAVE for
Bradford County, Florida For Bradford County Florida. savings
In Re The Marriage of RoyF.

8/5 4t 8/26 Hundley husband and Sandra w
K. Hundley, wife. ; X3.11
10
NOTICE OF SUIT school &
In The County Judge's Florida.In Courtof To: Sandra K. Hundley 949 1 h JI 5 family

Bradford County, South Oriole Drive Virginia


Sapp In Probate,Re deceased.: Estate t of Nora Bell Beach that VirginiaYOU ARE a HEREBY proceeding NOTIFIED for ( err ..e. ';' b s 4k4 4;' 3 Days Oily!


CREDITORSAll absolution of your marriage to THURS. FRI. and SAT.
NOTICE TO Roy F. Hundley has been filed lp .
creditors of the estateof In the above styled Court, and ,

Nora Bell Sapp deceasedare you .are required to serve a V :. o 1
and required I
notified
hereby Save 32%
copy of your written defenses.
to file any claims or If any to It on or before
have / Boys'Nylon
demands which they may September 20. 1971 on TheronA. :
In the office _
against said estate
of the County Judge of Yawn Jr., attorney for petitioner : s:6: :::, ',oo ..o ShirtsSnort
In whose address Is: Box '
Florida
Bradford County, valets ileovei.
and Die
In Starke Florida 340, Starke. Florida, S lEo..o. ,., .
the Courthouse the original with the clerk of Yr+ .ti ey %U per.manent
within six calendar months press
,
the above styled Court on or
from the date of the first publication 1r 100% nylon.
before September 20, 1971 '
; /
of this notice. Each Attache Cases oop>toneaUction
must be In otherwise a Judgment may be : of tolid,
demand
claim or for the olon.8 16.
entered against you la
jai
and must state the placeof + ,r'
writing office relief demanded In the petition. 16"X 10V' X 3".
and
residence post and WITNESS my hand and the Rugg.d,long wear.
claimant
address of the seal of said Court this August vinyl. Easy
must be sworn to by the claim- U 1971. grip ploatic hon f
,
ant, his agent or his attorney void- Gilbert S. Brown as Clerk dl. Metal clotp. 1 114u J.J.Ing
or It will become of
according to law. By Gilbert S.Brown. Clfjrk
Lee Kelly as AdntlnI -
Muriel 8/19 4t 9/8
Nora r ells 1
istratrix of the Estate of 27'b
Bell Sapp deceased
EUle S. Sanders NOTICE

138 West Call Street August 12, 1971
Starke Florida 32091 Save 1.00 t .
Attorney for Administratrix I. Carl Hurst. Mayor of the WestclolDect .

City of Starke. Florida, by vir- r Save 36%
8/5 4t 826In tue of the authority vested In me c Alarm Clocks o Girls' .'
by law do hereby call a First
The Circuit Court Of The Primary Election to be held Lighted Dial Culotte Dresses o

Eighth Judicial Circuit, In And at the Fire Station In the fore-

For Bradford County, Florida. said City by qualified voterson Sweep alarm
Civil Action Case No. Tuesday September 14, 1971, indicator. Shatterproof Wid. selection of' col.
DivisionIn A.D., for the purpose of elect- eryttal. or t and patternsi 100" Men'sleather
Re: Marriage of Michael Ing the following officers. 12 Sweep second $ machine washable
and Mo 1 hand. Whit a callan/ poplin In .1... Harness
Davfd Shaw Husband, City Clerk for two years. q) "',: avocado with 71011.
reen Shaw Wife.NOTICE Mayor for two years. ., i' j 3 blacknum.ml., Belts
OF ACTION Chief of Police for twoyears. 9
To Moreen Shaw 6414 Derbyshire One for I Pi' wid.{ 011 tonn.d with
; F. New Group 2, Councilman. t cuI out.. ouble pronged nD "
Drive Apt.
,
two years. -- 5=' 8 ., buekL.8loek, ton and '
Orleans Louisiana Group 4, One Councilman, / e brownlnd.ul9to/I.
You are notified that a Petition for two years.Inspectors /
for Dissolution of Mar- For Said Election:

riage has been filed and you Mrs. Margaret Prevatt, Mrs. M1LL t
are required to serve a copy Mrytice Dennis Mrs. Irma Bu- 2/1951 i

of your written response or ford, Mrs. Peggy Shaller, Mrs.
pleading to the Petition, If any, Louise Tenley, Mrs. Jo Ella Boys'Regulation

on Petitioner's attorneys, Bennett Hardy, Mrs. Edward Burns,
Schwartz and Blank, Post M/s. Carl Mathews William Gym Shorts ."
.
Office Box 1292. 11 West Uni- ,
Merrill lO!
Holland Struth. \
Khaki land other popular wpedeA
Avenue, Gainesville, \)\)
versity Alternates For Said Election;: i school' colors Sanlortiedplln t\'A\\\t\
Florida, 32601 and file the Mrs. R.O. Dansby Mrs. L.N. 1 wth.issue. Wall I. l'i\\'At\\ ,
original response or pleadingIn ytr, Sues 28 to 36.
Pickering Mrs. Eaton Jordon
the Office of the Clerk of Mrs. Shellle, Cerle. ., Z \ I Vinyl Underbed Chests

the above Court, on or before In testimony whereof I here- \ I M wood+r,, b9n o'o Heavy gaugo vinyl with 60"
September 13, 1971. If you fail t h llppar. Slides easily under
stti
unto subscribe my name and e a ga +' +
to do so, a default will be entered L "A b.doron.h.l//.
against you for the relief cause the Seal of the said townto \ / Fin- tocCu I
be hereunto affixed this the '' body I
prajed: In the Petition.WITN ":,,
SS my hand and the 12th day of August 1971 A.D.

seal of this Court on this 3rd Carl Hurst. Mayor
day of August A.D. 1971. Attest: Merrill Edwards
City Clerk
8/19 4t 9/9 / ...h Nh.,
GILBERT S. BROWN # / cr1T ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court .I
By: Beulah M. Moody : iT
Multicolor.s .
?
Deputy Clerk In The Court of the County
Judge In and for Bradford I llmlf ev.l.tt240c

8/12 4tchg 9/2 County Florida.
In Re: Estate of Amos Williams Save 1.00 I e'w.. 1 1it
'
Deceased. cam'
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Clothesline "T" Posts '

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME it Sturdy 2" T-pott w'6 detachoble i ball.vest. L I m.
REPORT
OF FINAL T 1
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that hooks. I1}'* cross* l solar. Fold..asily,
the undersigned, under the provisions AND APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE bar. Fully rust & corrosion Save 1.00

of Chapter 20,953 Lawsof it resistant. timlll
Florida! Acts of 1941, will TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- r.d
register with the Clerk of the CERN: Save 1.00Electric
Circuit Court, In and for Brad- Notice Is given that \MLHE- t
LMENIA BROOKS as Executrix +n' FnCN
ford County, Florida upon proof
of publication of this notice of of the above styled! = I 141 Save 1.9.3Rinllnflatabe.. 'W Bit Kller
the fictitious name of NEW estate has completed her administration -
ENGLANDER MOTEL under and filed In this / Pools n.w' >w.ola Just Easy: plug to .us I n el I IUB

which I am engaged In business court her final report and application 'lfCt M-W' laal/ Indoor or
at U.S. 301 North Starke, for discharge. Objections 1 jumbo, 2 regular rings. 1M6'.ul.. Inner light
Bradford County Florida. If any, should be duly I j 3 color side and bottom. i,1MF'711111' attracts & kills

James V. Porchlazzo, U.S. med with this court. After filing e w- flying Insects.

301 North, Starke Fla. proof of publication showingthat r
'
James V. Forchlazzo, owner notice has been published e.Tt iw: / /
U.S. 301 North Starke Fla. once a week for four consecutive -

2 Dated this 2nd day of August, weeks, the ordering of distribution .W
A.D. 1971 at Starke Bradford of the estate snd the 2/30t
County Florida. final discharge of W1LHE-

8/5 4tp 8/26 LMENIA BROOKS as Execu- White Ran I J Right Guard
_
trix will come before this court.

Wlihelmenla Brooke 4 lotion Shampoo AntiPerspirantDeodorant t Pofideat Tablets -


REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO As Executrix rt -. r 14 s iA Limit.....2 ,")''IH;., 26's
::
HI -
John F. Roscow.
J
'
Notice Is hereby given that Tom. GalllS r Llmltl '
Scruggs Carmichael
John L. Mal I.
the undersigned

t. Jacksonville.ton, 5734 Knollwood Fla., Intends Drive to union.Roscow Drawer&"C"PridgeonP.O. E L. IDI I

engage In business under the Gainesville, Florida 32601 oeJ'S

fictitious name Starke Elec- ;
8/26 4t 9/18
tric Service, at 130 N. CourtSt.

.. Starke Fla. and that he ,
i will register said name with *
the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
The modem campsite" Is so
Bradford County Florida. luxurious: that any a familytfaas
--John L. Malton, sole owner. < die day...a they

have !. return roughing it b'i
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miliijFq4 Vol. 93 No. 5 .\tiRtisi .?.b. 19T 71! 2nd Section





The Suetletl Strawberries TAle SU of Htact/t


NevS Atul Activities Frwm

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PROGRESS PLEASES HURSEExperience iiii THE RECREATION CENTER





YOlTlIl"l.AG day. The Bantam Boys will
FOOTBALL! REGISTRATION practice Tuesday and Thursday
ShowingIn ..
beginning September 14.All .
The Recreation
Department
participants in both football
will begin registering boys for
u the Small Fry and Bantam Flag medical programs!: must be coveredby
Insurance. Cover-
1971 Tornadoes"We football Programs beginning age may be obtained through
Wednesday, September 1, at the the Recreation
Department If
Pratt St., Center.
they do not have any

E I The Small Fry Program con-
r- sists of boys ages 7-8-9. A boy

have a little somethingto Both are expected to see extensive ham and Reddish are two good must have attained age of 7 MEN'S FLAG FOOTBALL
look forward to- this ww- action at quarterbackand prospective backs up from the I before November 15 and must
son,," 'Is Coach David Hurse's In the defenseive secon- junior varsity. I not have attained age of 10 before There will be an organizational -
way of describing his 1971 Fight- September 15, 1971. meeting
Monday, September -
ing Tornadoes at this stage of dary.The 11-180 At fullback 'Is Brad Carter, R, The Bantam Flag ProgramIs 13, 7:30: p.m. at tho Recreation -
passing game Is being and Cleveland Simmons, lr
for boys ages 101112. A Department, to form n
the game. stressed now since nurse emphasized 12-145. Carter ran hard as a If Men's
the running game In 190 pound sophomore but lost boy must have attained age of Flag Football League.
Eight good days of practice 10 before November IS and must Teams
At
spring practice. this
stage, interested in
weight on a diet Joining
the
during not have
under
their belts, the new, more the coach says, the passing attained age of 13 are urged to attend
experienced Bradford High game Is looking good and Is put year. There is a ques- before September 15.
gridders "so far have looked tion If he'll be as powerfula ,
probably the best part of the Practice sessions will begin
The runner and Coach Hurse Is
very good. entire coach- scrimmages.QB September 13 for the Small Fry
Ing staff Is most pleased with after Carter to gain back the
progress to date, he adds. Eddie Hazen has been lost poundage. with practice being held each Guard'sCondition
Monday, Wednesday, and Frl-
throwing extremely well.Junlor
-
The right half :
"Experience is evidenton spot has Ber-
very Varsity QB Charlie Green nard Brown 12-150 r-
the field," Ilurse says, has been working out with the ton 11-155, ,and Keith;Wayne Tes-
Testone
a statement he could not make varsity while Strickland has .
11-145. Brown Is
back
last season. The good thing been recurperatng and has out after IlanIicalilC4l
a year's layoff and he will
about that Is the Tornadoes looked good Coach Hurse Satisfactory
lose but five seniors after this points out.lIurse tabbed as a talented runner take Good
athough he will lack ex
season. Is building his 1971 perience. Teston lettered last Employees'Employment
With the annual football jam- attack 'around the tried and year as a sophomore defensive ii Merritt A. Williams, 45, of
boree Just a week away all 30 proven 5-4 defense and has back and also saw quite a bit -if- of the hiimli- Starhe is reported In satisfactory -
players expected to report are gone back to the stralght-T of offensive duty.; He Is tabbeda i1 condition at the Naval
present and another Is expectedto offense. But fans will see some good athlete and will see act- ciippi'd: does not raisu insurance Air Station hospital after being
come out. Seven of the play- of tie pro and slot formation. Ion as a wide out pass receiver : r rules" Genrge'r. \"l.kh. stabbed by an Inmate at the
ers out now will move down to Offensively, the Tornadoes, too. dire''tor of rehabilitation for state prison In Kalford.

the Junior varsity; next week. with the first player listed being The new Tornodoes are faster the Insurance Company of The Kalford guard and resident -

When coaches talk about ex- In the leading position at the stronger if a little small North America said. at a of Starke, was seriously
perience on the 1971 squad they moment, have: Coach Hurse says. He quickly hearing of the Milwaukee Injured when he was stabbedin
mean players like senior end Left end or wide receivers points out that a small football Area Committee on Employment the chest by a convicted burglar -
Charles Wright, tabbed the top Gray Flynn, 11-155; Greg Red- team can win, as proven by the of the Hanclicappi-il' who apparently went ber-
lineman now because of his experience dish, 11-155; Bryon Flowers, 1965-66 state champion Tor- "They are safer and more serk In an "unprovoked acci-
and increased aggres 11-140. Flynn is tabbed as a nado teams. productive employee" than dent," according to State Cor-
siveness. Nine players are fine receiver with good speed "One other Ingredient much rections Division Director Lou-
termed experienced by Coach but has been hampered by in- improved this season Is our oft most people, he commented ie Walnwrlght.! .
Mr
Ilurse. They Include juries. He Is expected to come VVc'Ichemphaii/cd that
Wright, attitude. It we keep a good attitude the "Norris Kyle stabbed Mr.
tackle Bobby Dyal, through this season If he can handicapped individual
and
guard
these Williams In
boys can do anything the right chest,
linebacker stay well. must be properly placed if heis
Gary Melvin, center "
they want to, Hurse cutting two arteries and punc-
Farelon McClellan, tackle Joey Left tackles are Randy Gas- says. 1 1 to work to his> fullest capacity turing his right lung," said the

1 Branson, tackle Handy Oasklns, kins, 11-160; Joey Branson, )J2- Defensively' the Tornadoeshave "All too frequently' prison official.
halfback Malachi Henry and 165; and Carl Luther, 11168. will rush in to employ our
Wayne Testone and fullback more talent and experiencethan The guard was treated Tues-
Gaskins
lettered at end last last The quota of handicapped| |> l persons
Brad year. perimeter day at the Kalford
"' Carter. year. Branson lettered at defensive niitl place them in work that Hospital, then
of the 5-4 defense is the ryl. m S t transferred to the Naval
One position where there Isf linebacker and guard. strongest point now, the cor- hazardous for the individual Station Hospital In Jacksonville Air
,
no varsity; experience Is quar- He's the strongest Tornado, nerbacks and halfbacks. The and other people' that surround he said.
terback, but Hurse Is "very pound for pound. line "
backing position Is perhaps him, Mr Welch said.
pleased with both quarter- Kyle was serving 3 1/2
the next strongest, Hurse years
f backs.'They are Juniors Eddie Left guards are Dennis Craw- -says., 'Unless we in rehabilitation for breaking and entering under
Hazen, 145, and Steve Strick ford 11-165; and David Mc- Problem areas, defensively, properly place the handinppeil : !- sentence from a Leon
land, 130.Strickland. Cuthen, 11-145. Crawford won a is the front five. There is much (' vtu! will do a disservice County court. He was quest-
starting Job last season then -- ----- ---------' "
potential there but lot of ioned
Is a to them, he added. briefly by the prison
hampered by an
missed most games because work to do. The Tornado front officials, then turned over to
operated Injured knee on over which the has summer.been of a pulled muscle. McCutchen five won't be big enough to play Martha Buckley learns routine of' BHS drill team Miss Buckley has just moved from Tex- Union County Sheriff John
Is a letterman at guard. it
straight and. therefore. will Whitehead.
where she
For that reason Hazen now has was on the drill team in her home town.
have to stunt lot.
the edge since he's been able Centers are Farelon McClel- a team camp, I Halftime USA, at Wainwright said Kyle was
to practice. But all else equal, lan, 12-160; Stanley Crawford, The tackle posts and middle West Georgia College In Car- placed in the county jail.
Hazen is expected to be the bet- 11-145; Wayne Norman 11-145. guard present the biggest problem Twisters Plan Pearle Wollred; Vice Presi- Starling; Sergeant-at-Arms, rollton, Ga. They brought backa
ter parser and Strickland the Only Bobby Dyal. Farelon Mc dent Connie Reid; Secretary- Martha Buckley. lot of good material to use Wainwrlght said he did not
better runner. right guard listed Is Clellan, and David Newham are Car Wash Treasurer, Toni Whitt; Historian Two members! of the Twist- for the Twisters football know where the Knife camo
Gary Melvin performances -
11-168, who let- from. The
at left defensive tackle with Deborah Walker; ers, Pearle Wolfred and Toni stabbing occurredIn
list tered at guard and linebacker Gary Melvin Carl Luther, and For SaturdayThe Equipment Chairman, Prlcllla Whitt, participated in the drill the prison's west unit.
season as a sophomore.
'. Wayne Norman on the right
Right tackles are Vernon Bar- side. While Dyal and Melvinare Twisters Drill Team of L_ _____ -I 1I- IIr .- .-= '
71 Grid ber, 11-175; Bobby Dyal, 11-182, lettermen neither has Bradford High School will holda ;
and David Newham, 11-185.This played the tackle position before car wash at Hurst Shell station .
I is a strong position with Bar- on Saturday, Aug. 28, from: Elect
Jamboree ber back out and Dyal a tough David McCutchen, Joey Bran- 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

experienced guard plus big son, and Stanley Crawford are The Twisters have been t
Newham who could come Dracttclmr since the first of y
On through. at middleguard. That post requires -
TapThe a size and strength as July and have elected the following ,

Right ends are Charles well as tackle. McCutchen Is school oflleers term for the coming y.

1971 Wright, 12-165, and Wayne Lam- experienced there but small. : President
football season will
bus Branson was a linebacker last
be kicked off next 11-160. Wright is experienced -
night In Gainesville Thursday with the at offensive and defensive year and is being used at that 26 Out

annual grid jamboree as area end and Is expected to post again'this( year,but coaches -
schools prepare for the up- be stalwart in the Tornado at- also expect him to come o EN4
coming season. tack this season. Lambas Is through at middleguard. His ForJVFootball
also a talented prospect who strength and quickness wouldbe t
Bradford High will play can play end,
guard, or center a big asset to the front
Gainesville Eastslde In the first He Is expected to see five Coach Ilurse says. -
quarter of play at 7:30: p.m. on extensive action as the BUS Your )
the If Branson doesn't develop, ..
new astroturf of Florida swing man.
Field. The Tornadoes will come Bobby Dyal, who is experiencedat : :
back against Bucholz of Calns- With Hazen and Strickland the nose position, will pro- Junior Varsity football prac Chief Of Poliee" t tt
ville In the final quarter of laboring at the signal calUng bably have to be used there. tice began Monday with 26 players t
play. post Coach hurse does not That would be mean an untried showing up for the first ,
call the quarterback position tackle would definitelybe three practice sessions.
Gainesville High 'Is the fourth weak. Other than the QB the in
posi-
put on spot early _
team participating and will also tion, however, the Tornadoeswill the season. have"The looked first three practices" He W ill Strive Untiringl For More
plat: Eastslde and Bucholz. have experienced back- Impressive, y t
Regular grid season opens field as any team they'll meet. Left defensive end will be said JV Coach John Allen t Effective And Efficient Law Enforce-
two weeks later. Bradford High held down by Charles Wright "This year's team will be
will this year travel to Mac- At left there Is Malachl: Henry end Randy Gaskins, both experienced bigger and more experienced ment In The City Of Starke.
clenny on Sept. 17 to battle 11-165, Levy Lonnon, 11- there. Right end than those of the past. ,
the Baker County Wildcats in 150; Billy Blgham, 11 160, and will be held down 'y Brad "We'll)) have veterans back at
the traditional Stan Reddish, 11145.Ie.lry is Carter and Greg Reduish. all DOSdons! ,
opener. a letterman who carried the Churck Norton exceot will be fullback.the pro- On September 14 I Am Asking You, The Voters Of Starke, To Elect Me Your Chief Of Police I ,

will The begin Tornado a day junior earlier,varsity meet- son BUS as running a 15-year-old chores last sophomore sea-/ Testone Bernard, and Brown Cleveland, Keith Simmons bable starter him with Allen Thornton Sincerely Believe I Can Serve You In A Manner Of Which You Will Be Proud. I Seek This Office
backing
Ing Eastside of Gainesville at He could come into his are at one cornerback up. Without Malice Or Prejudice To Anyone. I Am Running On My Own Merits And I Am Not sponsored
Citizens Field In' Gainesvilleon own this season. Lennon is the post. Malachi Henry and Billy "This years line should aver-
Sept. 16. fastest man on the team; BIg Bigham are at the other. age around 6 feet and 175 POunds. By Any Person Or Group. I Welcome You, The Voters, To Carefully Weigh My QualificationsAnd t

lighter The backfield at around will 150 be pounds.a little" t Search My Record As A Policeman, City Councilman, Businessman And As A Citizen.


Vote For Returning veterans Include
Steve Register at center, Mar-

And SupportT. shalll McCutchen Cloversettle at guard,,and Ken John Fu- I i Make No remises To You That I Cannot Fulfill- t

and Charles Crawford
qua at ,
tackle, Donald Loper and Randy But Do Pledge That I Will...
Scoggins at end, Ronnie Hall :
CARLTONCHASTAIN at quarterback, and Tim Crews, t
Stewart Strickland and Ernest t Enforce All Laws Of The City Without Fear Or Favor 'To Anyone.

Cowart at halfback. Work And Cooperate With All Law Enforcement'. Agincies Both State And Local For The Best
Within the next few weeks
Interest Of You.
Charlie Green may also move

down from the varsity squadto Work To Combat Juvenile Delinquency By Counciling With Our Young People.To t
help with the signal calling.
FOR --- New the t Operate The Department Economally And with Sound Business P">ctices.
5a/ boys on squad Include
Garv Wallace at S feet
CITY COUNCILMANGROUP r and 208 Ibs; Dale Haas, Wallace -
Ross, Larry Oglesby.

Allen Norton canton tellers, t four Vole And Support Will Be
Greatly Appreciated
4 Donnle Nell at 6' and 275 Ibs.,
Sheldon Hodge, Leonard Sapp

Ricky Solze.Allen and Bennie Tommie Carter ReddISh 18 21's Register At City Hall For City Election. Take A Part In The ,
Dennis -
A Man Who Will Serve lour be a who starting Loach halfback.Allen said could t Future Of Your City. Books Close This Saturday, August 28. ,


City With Honesty The JV's first game will be ire, P'l. Adv..

against EasUlde of Gaines .
ville, Sept. 16.at Citizens Field. r


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IN DEFENSE OF there are prisons there will be
PRISON SYSTEM riots and you never know how
Where There "
Is No Vision
Gentlemen much force was really neededto
4 I have been employed In the stop a riot until It Is over.
Y Florida Prison system since The Inmates know this better
/ kf 1954 my father before me, than anyone. In any riot there

Art encouraging: amount of InterestIn The City has failed to take the Initiative .I my grandfather before him,and la only 10 to 15% of the Inmates

the revitalizing of downtown Starke In the areas of low rent hous- M years three uncles of prison, totaling work.some I have 175 participating! Riots who really have"to the

was shown at a luncheon meeting of ing and/or urban renewal, and. indeed lived on prison premises for stopped to happen.Quickly; not only for

business men and property owners has sometimes shown actual opposition over 30. years. As a boy I the protection of property and

last Friday. when efforts were made by have lived In cells, buildings, the public but for the Inmatesas
and In prison population with well. '

In contrast to a lot of response to others to Implement 'such improve- some of Florida's most har- U all the Inmates,exInmatesand
ments. There has even been a failure dened criminals. Everything I Division personnel who have
a recent questionnaire on the down- on the part of the City, to con- I learned until I was 17 years benefited from Mr. WaIn-
town problem, a good attendance of demn abandoned and deteriorating old, I learned from prisoners. wrlght's administration would
25 noted at the Since the in of with their
about persons was riot February come forward
buildings even when they posed
luncheon meeting and several con- an this year I have In the last six opinion they would far outnumber -
structive suggestions were proposed. actual safety; hazard to Its citizens. months heard more from the the ones who criticize.

4 L news media, read more In the I am not trying to make some
This lack of leadership was notedIn i -- papers. and heard more from kind of IUper human out of Louie
It was agreed that adequate parkingIs the recent Environmental Health ,_ __ % &. Florida's elected officials a- Walnwright. He Is a human being

the key to attracting and holding Report of Bradford County, com- bout Raiford than I have In all Just like you or me, but with a
shoppers In the downtown section, of my prison experience. lot f>t guts Integrity common
where stores must now compete with piled after months of work by a com- In 1956 there was a riot at sense, and prison know-how.
unlimited mittee of local citizens, which listed Raiford, one man killed, eleven In my opinion he Is the tostqualified
centers
shopping offering as one of the contributing causes of wounded. some paralyzedfor man to be in the poIItion. -
parking space adjacent to their bus- the poor quality, of business and residential life. In 1935 there was a .that he"Is In. -

iness establishments. structures: "The absence of bad riot at Raiford. There have As for Inmates there are
Out Of The Past been many disturbances, many some of the most brilliant
A broad and bold approach shouldbe community, leadership for the improve- murders. Where was all the minds In the world in prison,
ment of deteriorating areas." Buttles were In still style wh.n this picture was taken of two demur young ladies inspecting concern from the """w. media and when you think you are
taken to the parking problem.It and people like Carroll fooling these people it Is you
,
press
th* n.wly built Prsbytrion Church on North Cherry Str..t. Th. church still In
cannot be solved with the elimina- One of the first steps toward rehab- Scott before February of this that Is a fool.

tion of an unused hotel or loadingzone ilitation of any kind must be to fill ute today, was built In th* 1880's on property donat.d by th* lot. J.M. Truby. year?
space-- though everyone of these Now, for the, people of this Very truly yours,
this leadership vacuun. U. J.E. Ormond
state criticize
that are quick to -
would help of course. The problem Dynamite the prison officials of the P.O. Box 1177

should be attacked from the standpoint One of the property; owners attend- Division of Corrections, especially Avon Park. Fla.

of creating a large paved area-- ing last week's luncheon meeting f..j FOW1dAt Mr. Wainwright, let Dear Gene:

one on East Call and one on West brought out the fact that the city me give you some facts. Mr. This Is perhaps the wrong

Callwhich would be useful' wh* tw r should maintain its part of the down- City Wainwright was employed at column In the paper for this
Dump Raiford in 1952. For the five sort of thing but I wanted it
or not the mall concept Is ever real- town property by keeping the grass that he there he ,
stayed
ized In the downtown cut next to the sidewalks having the years to appear where the most people -
shopping
area. 113 sticks of dynamite were was constantly trying In every
After would read It.
suffering losses In the
and that has disease
Parking, alone, will not solve the street sweepers get all the way to majority of our corn crops area resistance one and other qualities found scattered throughout a way that he could to Improvethe I want to say thanks; I wantto

problem of a deteriorating central the sidewalks, and eliminate trash on last year due to Southern corn that are necessary to producea volunteer dump Just off SR- prison and the welfare of the express my gratitude; I wantto
business district. Everyone will haveto the edges of streets. New city gar- Leaf Blight It appears that we desirable product maturity. 230 east of Starke recently' Inmates. In 1957 he was transferred let the people of Bradford
also to will have the best according to City Patrolman to the AVC.I Park Cor- County know how much It means
get into the act-- merchants, own- bage cans were suggested help corn produc- Control Insects and disease
ers of business property, and the city, make the sidewalks more attractive. tion ever this year. Mr. Hug- Practice sanitation practices M>ug DIUQW1 moted rectional to Superintendent.Institution and In pro-this to be remembered.And .
_
gins and I measured three different on land to prevent Insect this they have done
government Itself. your "It would have been position he could do, and get
something and wordof
varieties of com on one and disease build-up. Learn to cards, letters by
1 If fire had been done, some of the things that
farm last week with an appar- recognize Insects and diseases a set mouth to those who write
Starke Is not the only town facing
Baldwin he believed In. Mr. Walnwrlght.s -
Merchants must improve and div- says. Some of these I
people
me.
of bushels that attack and begin
ent yield over 134 your crop
these problems-- but It Is one of the motto at APCI was:
ersify their stock of goods to com- per, acre. I have had several control measurers at the first only rubbed elbows with, but
F.E. Manclll -Guidance Instead of
phoned Deputy guard-
few that seem to be doing nothing asked and sent their
they they
with signs of lnfestations.lt Is
pete modern shopping centers folks tell me that they expected usually Sheriff Robert Green to reportthe Ing.
about them. A recent visit to Fer- concern by some means, all
to harvest over 100 bushels easier to"prevent an Infestation -,
that arc moving ever closer to local dynamite find at the dump -Understanding rather than
the to Tucson Ariz.
nandina revealed an attractive cen- per acre this year.I then to control it after three miles east of Starke a- condemnation. way
shoppers from two directions-- tral business district in that town- think there are several reasons It occurs bout 2:45: P.m. on Container -Education In place of isolation So to those who are concerned:
Gainesville and Jacksonville. Soon it much older than tarke-- with no vacant for our good production Cultivation to control weeds Corp. property. Green asked and need better Information as
will be almost as easy to hop in the and dilapidated buildings and besides having a pretty good Is necessary for most crops. the citto handle the case -Freedom Instead of locked to my condition here It is:
family car and reach one of these growing season. First, most Keep the crop as clean as pos- and Auxiliary Police Chief cell doors. I turned in to the hospitalthe
most business houses presenting an producers realized that they sible to prevent weed competition first thing when I arrived
outlying centers as it will be to try Charles Schaefer and Patrol- and he personally saw that this
attractive, newly painted or remod- had to olan earlv to rat Weld for fertilizer nutrients man Baldwin went to the scene motto was carried out by every find a parking place on Call Street. elled front seed with resistance to the and water. employee at AHJI.: For the ( hanky panky) decision was
corn blight. They did a lot. Harvest the crop at the pro- The dynamite was found out past 14 years he has constantlytried "cancer of the left lungmal-
Landlordsever absentee more thinking and planning per time to get maximum qual- of Its cases and scattered to get the taxpayers and ignant."
owners than usual to do everything ity. Many crops deteriorate rapidly This Is my way of saying
throughout the dump. The broken public of this state Involved in
who do not live in Starke-- Live Oajt( also Is moving In this
must possible to produce a good crop after maturity. containers with serial Florida's Prison System. He thanks to each and every one
realizo the Importance of relur- direction with a comprehensive plan because of the high price of Have a sale or use for the numbers missing, were also was the first to get inmates Involved of you, for it Is a warm feel-
bishing their buildings keeping them for downtown Improvement. last year. Most farmers reali- crop before planting.This Is one at the scene. in civic affairs, public Ing to be remembered.

attractive and in good repair if they zed that they could not stay in Important aspect farming that functions. lie Is the first man I don't think my heart or
expect to keep on renting them. A Many years ago a philosopher said the livestock business with this has been overlooked many, A demolition team from the that I ever heard speak of re- mind will ever be completely
limes Marketing Is one of the Jacksonville Naval Air Station moved from Bradford county
dilapidated building does not attract "Where there Is no vision the pecplo I high Here atersome of the things most complex and difficult parts was summoned to remove the habilitation, educational work release programs.programs for every experience broughtto

customers, and a vacant building brings perish." This could be paraphrasedInto' that our belt producers did that of our agricultural program. It dynamite. He has tried to get as muchof mind about Bradford County;
ill[ no rent. It's just that simple. "Where there is no vision (or everyone who grows a crop Is better to have an order and prison environment out of the is pleasant

leadership) the downtown area per- should do. Take a soil sample not be able to nil It than to havea Apparently someone wanted to prisons as possible and. In my Thank you, Mr. Editor. You

The City also has a stake in the ishes." of the field well In advance of product that no one can use. get didn't rid know of the what dynamite to do withIt and opinion the Florida Prison System top my list. Thank you, all my

downtown problem because for planting to determine the need has Improved 1000in the friends. You are In my me-
many Baldwin Ways to dis-
says.
years it is this area that has Starke will continue for lime.If of the the past eight years of his admin mory book to stay.
paid to grow no lime or dolomite Is pose dynamite policeman istration --Frank II. Collins
needed
the bulk of city taxes, and It Is the doubt, but where It grows and how it apply broadcast and disk Into My Neighbors says. Is to contact personnel of or both Inmates and Tucson. Ariz.

interest of the City as much as anyone grows Is a matter for those con- the top 4 to 6 Inches of soil NAS In Jacksonville or ask

else to keep downtown alive and cerned to decide. ihole In a dough- Prepare a good seed bed Turn \ ----:;:- bury the DuPont it. Company here. to it's

prosperous. Unfortunately there has nut is still a hole and what profitetha under crop residue or cover -1" a woman'sJ1llfff&fl By Martha Sue McCain

been no apparent interest and a total I town if its perimeter flourishes crops well In advance or plant- .tom Ip q In another weekend IncidentIn ; County Extension
Ing to Insure
lack of leadership among< city officials while Its very heart--the downtownarea position. loots adequate of most decom-plants r the city a resident caughtan (! / Home Economics Agent

in this area for many years. -- Is allowed to wither and die? need a mellow soil to grow of entering apparent Sam burglar Grlffls In the Gro-act

well. The top of a plant can be
on Brownlee Street. Police USING FLORIDA PEARS
no better than Its root system. cery 70 degrees F. under humid
Fertilize with the were summoned and Wal- Pears grow abundantly from conditions. Wrapping in paper
analysis based on the proper soil lace O'Nell was arrested In central Florida northward. The before storing will result In
sample report. Determine the the store about I a.m. Monday three most common varietiesare better ripening. When the ther- I
production and He Is charged with break- Hood and Baldwin (both mometer soars above 85 degrees -
you expect ing and entering with Intent semi-soft pears) and PIne- F, fruits soften
I pear a-
fertilize at a rate to give that -=
Dress And Good TasteIn production.Use .,. to commit petit larceny. apple or Sand Pear (a hard round the core, at the same
).
the best seed can pear time the outside is likely to
you Arresting officers Patrolmen
"Well if had were Flavorful and suited to many become over-ripe and broken
buy. Never expect a bargainIn you an opinion I Jim Rye and Pat Henry -
uses, pears are plentiful during down.
seed. Make that would it befororaicuinut
sure you and Auxiliary PatrolmanJu-
this day of permissiveness and a be of "reasonable and modest" length. plant a proven variety for your the subject; mentioned/ i lius Eunice. late summer. Pears con- Skillful handlers allow tem-
general attitude of "anything goes" It Culottes or other similar apparel hav- tribute small amounts of calcium perature to guide the ripening

Is heartening to see a few schools ing the appearance of a skirt or dress, Iron and the B vitamins. rate In such a way that fully
One raw pear 3 x 3-1/2 Inches developed high quality fruit will
still maintaining some semblance of and pants suits are acceptable but In The City's Best Interest. .. has about 95 calories be In continuous supply.
standards for dress and conduct of shorts are not. Two medium-sized pear halves Surprisingly enough pears are

their students.We canned In a medium syrup con likely to absorb foreign odors

This is in marked contrast to such Sitting for more than three hours pen their pencils next Tuesday night, tain about 79 calories. Pears during storage. Certain veget-

lax codes as Duval County, schools Tuesday night, the Starke City, Coun- then use them to cut every Item as are classed with all other ables such as potatoes give theman
note In
Its pre-school fruits as being low in calories
news release where the only restriction seems to cil could but hem and haw about sav- close as possible back to the 1970- when served fresh from objectionable flavor. Care-
that Keystone I Heights I IIlgh School or ful attention during storage
still has a dress code specifying that be against wearing hats Indoors. Who ing money for a new generator for 71 level. This new budget, like everyone the can. helps to develop fruit delightful -

"shoes the city's power plant. has many small Increases which, in taste, and smooth In tex-
must be wants to
worn at all times, wear a hat Indoors for that SELECTION TIPS
added together, mount IncreasesIn ture for
up. your eating pleasure.
and boys shirt matter?
tails
must be worn !Nobody: was willing to get down to the new budget must be held to a Unlike most fruits pears ripen If you want to use pears right
tucked in unless the shirt is best If they are picked while
espec- the nitty-griddy, of deciding which items I- bare minimum to meet the council'sobjective now tryPEAR -
ially designed to be Dress it still firm. U you wish fine tex-
worn outside. codes seems to us, are
must to make funds avail- for a substantial savings for
go ture and good flavor
Tank shirts and T shirts not so much gather CRISP
are not a question of moralsas
able for such a savings account. The the new engine. them when full grown, but not One quart pared sliced fresh
acceptable, according to the code, and they are of "good taste"It sucha three councilmen who voted to stop fully ripe.
pears 1 cup sugar, 1 cup sift
hair must be tapered In back and no thing still exists. There are certain proceedings for a bond issue to pur- That proving Insufficient: the city's, The term tree-ripened pear ed flour, 1/8 teaspoon salt,
longer than a dress collar shirt. Faces bounds beyond which habits Is not an Indication of
clothing quality 1/2 butter
chase the new engine were stran- operation can be curtailed here and cup or margarine,
must be clean shaven and sideburnsno degenerate into vulgarity, and poor because the flesh of such r'Ul.t... 1/2 teaspoon vanilla.
Some
gely quiet Tuesday night there. projects could wait yet
longer than the earlobes. taste. It is abuses such as this that Is likely to be coarse or grit --JTace sliced pears in a deep
another year. City employees could ty. On the other hand
the undersized buttered pie pan.Combine flour,
Keystone Heights code is designedto The pair running for re-election. a without a increase fruit may shrink or
In regard to the go year pay sugar, and salt; cut in butter
girls, skirts must.. eliminate. Councilman Jimmy McRae and Councilman taking some solace In the fact they shrivel during storage When with a pastry blender. Add va-

Jimmy Dowen who Is runningfor received Increases seven to 10 per firm pearl!and are well rounded, but nilla. Spread mixture over fruit.
slightly golden color -
police chief, both repeatedly sta- cent last year.Whittling "pear ptckin" time has Bake in moderate oven (350 degree -
ted they though money should be Included come. F.) about 25-45 minutes

for employee salary Increases. It Is Interesting to note that or and until the fruit is tender
the
crumb
between$40.000 and$80,000 pears grown In warmer climates Serve a golden brown.
Yield
tend to be warm. : 6-8 servings -
from a budget which Is customarily yellow and .
Il -- At the time all five the limit and still remain firm In texture, while
The Bradford County same council- spent to carryingon those In the cooler areas soft
men conceded It is of prime impor- the same practices of giving raises en even though they are still PEAR PICKLES

TELEGRAPH tance to begin saving for a new en- and increasing this Item and that green Five pounds pears CS quarts,

% gine. Chairman Neil Tucker said since Is Impossible. The council must recognize peeled, cored and quartered),

ESTABLISHED 1879 ,, the city: must have a new engine by this fact. HOW One MUCH TO USE 3 cups sugar 2 cups vinegar,

stir Bill/ 1973 and the funds can either be sa\pd about pound 2 fresh pears will 1 cup water, 1 piece gingerroot -
yield cups of sliced
from present city: operating funds or A new engine for the power plant pears. 2-2-1/2 pounds fresh 2 sticks whole cinnamon, 1 tablespoon -

M.MS.a In everything God works secured via bond issue now says cannot be put off more than a few pears will yield 2 pints of lemon (0/4 Inch cloves thick). 2 slices

FLORI Ii.ASr ESS for good with those who love starting a fund for the new engine years If the power demand continuesto canned pears. Cut pears In half remove

him.-(Rom. 8:28): secured via bond Issue. Councilman grow at Its present rate. It will One pound fresh pears will core and peel. Make a syrup

TON Orle Wiggins who favored the bond be a feather In this city: council'shat yield box ((46 1 pint pounds frozen) fresh pears. 1 of sugar, vinegar and water.

Let us have an open rccep- Issue, now says starting a fund for If It can show that money can be will yield 16-22 quarts canned pears cheesecloth Add spices (tied loosely In a

Mve attitude and feel just a the new engine Is a necessity saved for a new engine. Instead of pears pounded). Add bag and lightly
and lemon
little curious as to what our since the council wouldn't go for a paying twice as much with a bond bring to the tolling pears ,

Rood for today will be. Go tq, bond program. Councilman Billy Noe- issue.A STORAGE cook until you can pierce n pear

E. L. MATTHEW E..lt.-bUier meet your rood with a keen gel who led the movement against Cool pears Immediately after wWi a toothpick.] Remove from

PiMYbed. .. each Thursday M4 eater** w I....re t awareness that the action Is ofCode the bond Issue still pushed for a sacrifice this year will mean kept picking for a period if they of are time.to Immediate be heat and allow the f cult to plump
within In
CleM Mailer at ...' PM Office at Start., FtorU* Spirit wise| loving. us and powerful hare, savings account but didn't have a more funds available to the city, In refrigeration Is of less In syrup preheated overnight. Pack pears

rider Act .5 March ML int.In t monious. As;we trust the Spirit way to come up with the money el- years to come. Such a move wouldbe Importance for fruit that will heat and Jars. Strain syrup -
pour
t1.bHrWtoa trade areei I fur .....; 0...... of God at work In us. we will ther. In the best Interest of the city, be used soon. leaving V2 Inch headapace.over pears Ad-

..... areas 1 y.sr, 15.51I'agr certainly meet with what Is. or In the I long run and. hopefully be Best temperature for cold just lids and process In bdling -

will to our very highest good What the council must .la is shar- approved by city, voters. ripen storage quickly is 30 degrees between F.60 Pears and water-bath canner 20 min
utes. Yield: 4 pints.LJilo"iat .
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Flu. Sheriff Girls Villa .-- -- - BROOKEH ill BRIEF By Linda G. Cox


Opens A t Bart LICENSE ORDINANCEThe Assisting Mrs. Sue Par- much better; also Mrs. .Joh- your prayers for Kobln .is he
breaking ceremonieswill Brooker Council has rish were: Mrs. Fred McDnvld nny Green has greatly Improved goes back to the hospital for
be held at Bartow on Friday featuring George Jones and passed a license ordinance (Susan's grandmother), Mrs. and was able to be further care. Also remember
Aug. 27, to launch develop Tammy Wynette will enliventhe requiring all persons doing business Henry Whitehead Mrs. Terry back al church Sunday. Our Mrs. Emma :Mott, Bradford Co.
ment of The Florida Sheriffs countryside from 7:30: to10p.m" within the city limits to Me David, and Mrs. Kenneth hearts rejoiced as Robin Par- Hospital. We are so thankful
Girls Villa -. little sister of : obtain a license to do so. All Green Susan's aunts. The rish was able to come to the Umt little five year old Urn
the nationally-famous Florida All events will be held at the75acre residents are urged to ask door- birthday cake was beautifully Brooker (Baptist Church last Green sol alone so well with
Sheriffs Boys Ranch. Villa site two miles to-door salesmen to present decorated with Little Ned Kld- Sunday In a wheel chair. Robin his tonsllectomy, l'hursd.i.
east of Bartow on State Road Out-of-town has greatly! Improved since his \ust/ It), .it Machiia: (>encr.ilHospital.
Citizens of the Bartow area their license before conducting Inghood. guests
have 60, and the public Is Invited. This will Mrs. Kenneth Careen accident on July !5. We have I. He KIII to come home
put together a full after- bsiness with them. were:
Tickets are on sale for the seen the power of pra>cr work- that ..iftcrnoon.Qieinizelman .
and of festivities citizens from being
noon evening barbecue and countrywesternshow help protect Ken and Jill from Wildwood;
starting with a benefit gypped by fly-by-night opera- -- - - .. -- -
David N.N
to raise funds for the Mrs. Terry Mc Barbaraand - - - - -- -
barbecue at 5 P.m. Villa but all other events are tors. If they don't have a license Judy of Lake City; Mrs. '
Dick Pope will present a Cypress free. Children's tickets are $1; beware of buying any- David Harbor Julie David and Ford : 'r- )
Gardens ski showon thing or signing\ contract.
water and adults; $2. A limited num- any Kelley of Gainesville; John I
Lake Villa at 5:30: ; and ber of reserved seats ar available Licenses may: be obtained from Whitehead Tracy Andrews
ground-breaking rites will begin for the countrywestern Town Clerk Tommy Cox. Kim and Lisa Cunningham and .
at 6:30: with Polk County; show at $3 each. The Council also passed an Pam Whitehead all of Luke ... ORLANDO ,
Sheriff Monroe Brannen as The Villa developed ordinance restricting the sale Butler.
Girls Is being -
Master of Ceremonies. and advertisment of beer with- FLA.
Charles E.
as a home for needy
Governor Tom Adams will in the city; limits. This new PERSONALS .11" ZippererOf
and worthy (but not dellnqucl.Ogirl.a } has met with some l'
be the featured speaker and will under the sponsorship of ordinance Mrs. Henry Whltehadof Lake
share the spotlight with a num- opposition but the Council Butler formerly Brenda M:- GainesvilleWas
the Florida Sheriffs Associa-
ber of has remained firm In Its interpretation .
nitarles. tion. It will be supported entirely David of Urooker has finished -
college and will begin teachingIn : $10,995
To wind the a big by voluntary contrIbu- The next Council meeting Is
up program tions. Lake Butler this school Recently Honored By His
outdoor country-western show scheduled for Thursday: Sept. term. Mrs.Whitehead will teach '
2, at 8 p.m.SCHOOL 4th grade. J' Co-Workers and Management As The

Hatcher To STARTS Mr. and Mrs. Harold Griner r"
of Jacksonville were here Sunday Salesman
NEST'; MONDAYThe Outstanding;
Receive DegreeHarry school bell will ring August 22, visiting( Mrs. '
Grlner's parents. Mr. and :Mrs.
Monday Mfg 30, at 8 a.m. at .
M. Hatcher m, son of Brooker Elementary School, Guy llarrell and Rhonda. Of The QuarterMr.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Hatch according to Dewey McKinney, "Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
er of Route 1 I. Starke, completed the now principal. and Mrs. Guy llarrell ini' ''irted: IYOr..
for their daughter and grandson,
all of the requirements
Following Is the faculty for
the Bachelor of Business Ad- the 1971-72 term: ; Mrs. Bobby Parrish and Mrett Zipperer has been with Liberty National
1967 WT 1000 D 250 CUMMINGS
mlnstration degree at North Teachers Mrs. Kahn kindergarten Stella Life I Insurance for and
AakCharley during the of Lake Butler; Mrs. Company eight years represents -
Georgia summer Quarter.College ; Mrs. Jackson 1st Lovely and Mrs. Edna Hayes 10 Speed Road Ranger Twin Screw- the Gainesville Florida office.
grade and part of 2nd; Miss ,
c1 Hatcher will receive his dip Hill 3rd grade and part of of Gainesville. Bartley and :new paint Ready to load.
Ernest
loma In June from North Geor- Mrs.
E. gia College, one of five United military 2nd and; part Mrs.of Hurst 5th; Mrs.4th grade Scott daughter Mrs. Mell Debbie VIckery, along and with son 50 used Trucks In stock to choose Since he has been with the company he has

States.colleges In the 6th grade and part of 5th. David of Gainesville, visited from Fords, CMC, IHC, White, Single qualified for the company's top sales and service -
Johns Aides: Mrs. Joann Fussell Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cox and ogles and Tandems.
? and Mrs.Dot Held.SecretaryMrs. children last Thursday morn- club the Torch Club four times. He was

About This Question: SELECTIVE SERVICE dlan. Regina Mr. Jones Parrish Cafeteria; Cuto- Ing. Then they went Mrs.over Ernest to CALL ME COLLECT the recipient of the National Sales Achieve -

"Fraud losses from .,the HAS NEW HOURS workersMrs.. Katherine Henry have lunch and with daughters. Later ment Award two years.
illegal use of lost or stolen Mrs. Rhonda Dampier, clerk and Mrs.Georgia I Howard. Edwards visited with Mrs. Inez Bob Sloan -1-305-241-5611

credit cards has increased announces that Local Board will No.be School hours will be from they oreen and daughters. .. ....... ......N. ... ... . .. .----....
18 Selective Service, ft n.m. tit 7-30: n.m. tnr oil
seven times this year utter open only two days a week on classes with the exception of
last year" states a credit Tuesday and Thursday, from kindergarten which will be from PRAYER LIST to hear that
card manager. If someone 8:30: a.m. to 5 p.m. starting 8 a.m. til 12:30: p.m. We are glad
takes a two week all-expense immediately..
trip to Hawaii on my Mrs. Dampier has been 'assigned BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS

credit card I want it to to Green Cove Springs Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Parrish
for the other three days of the of Lake Butler entertained
be Can Insurance n
me weekMonday, Wednesday guests In honor of their son r
gainst unathorized: use of and Friday, where the office Brett's first birthday on Sun- STARKE'S
a credit card be added toa will be open from 8 a.m. to day afternoon Aug. 15. Friends
Homeowner Policy?" 4:30: p.m. and relatives enjoyed cake LOWEST
punch and Ice-cream with Brett.
Charley E. Those attending this occasion
from Brooker were: Mr. and FOOD

JOHNS AGENCY "The first duty of a newspaper Mrs. Guy llarrell (Brett's

i 114 to be accurate. If it grandparents): Mr. and .Mrs. .iiip PRICES !
and Mrs. Stan 'fl
131 So. Walnut St. can be accurate it follows George Raborn
Phone ley Green Deborah, Don and
964-5070 "
that it is lair. -Herbert Doug. 320 s. WALNUT ST.

---- Bayard Su'ope. Johnny Edwards of Lake City; SUPERMARKETS
celebrated his 2nd birthday
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parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene .
I EVENING CLASSES
Edwards, gave Johnny a par-
ty.; The table was decorated .. ....,
In Adult And Vocational Education with a Mickey Mouse cloth COMPARE! m.... I I CENTER CUTS1RLOI j I I C HUCK CENTER
cups plates and napkins to
: Will Begin : match. The guests enjoyed Fried Fish Sticks -" ,.'.:'''' 49 ; I I N CUT

punch and cake with Johnny.
: Those attending from Brooker Fish Fillets ":::'".. .- : ': 99' i OR BONELESS FULL CUT ROUNDSTEAKS
AUGUST 30 1971 AT 7:00: P.M. : \ : 1i ROAST
.. Edwards were: Mr.(Johnny's and Mrs.grandpar-Ernest Cod, Perch o; Pollock :.', 49c79c ; i .

At The .S entsPeggy and Patsy Edwards Daisy Cheese Wedges ". ( ; ;
Mrs. Inez Green Shir-
: BRADFORD UNION AREA i ley and Cherie. and Mrs. Tom- Sliced American Cheese." 79 I ti.m.. I *

my Cox Deena and Bradlee. Mellow Age Cheese Loaf .. ,., 59< $119 S8
I VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL CENTER : Other guests were Johnny's sister < .
;
: Tina and Mr. and Mrs. W. Cream Cheese "' 29c

I L. Crews.
Miss Susan Parrish of Brooker -

: muriil. Adult! _'Liana..' QftPrlng! : celebrated Saturday afternoon her 7th Birthdayon August (rl Yr/ Ito I//
111 ,./ lot
: AJult Hnslc Mutation--------------------------------.Hon. t lad : 21, 1971 with a skating la
Amir I can HMturvAmiirlcanlBffl -___--___.-_-_____-.___-_______.....Man. 4 Wad. her Mrs.party Sue;
given by mother
:
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CnsMunl.-------- -
Incll.h-------,I I wn._............................__________-Tuaa. 4 Thu... Parrish. Some thirty children
Hl..hcl>or>l RcvlM (..vln. of cour.aa for CEU Tata-Mon.) 4 Wad,. met at her home and were taken
lea -------------------------------------Non. 4 Had.Pxvriioloro to t-ane nutier skating KinK.
unit-mat ------
_______._____.________--_________"_________Tuaa. 4 Thur. After
: Science. ____________........_____________-_____..____Hon. 4 Wed. / skating the guests were
taken over to the home of Mr.

.. Voi. .J ionnl Olfc-rlnga; : and Mrs. Henry Whitehead (Su-
san's uncle and aunt). There
Automotive. MvchanUa-___......._______________________Mon. 4 Wed. they were served punch, cake REGULAR OR
Hoot. keeping--, -----------------------------------------To ba arrangadDlri.l COMPARE! ;. IIBBY'SJUICE BUTTERMILKHHYDAYLOW
I: Mweh.ntc-------------....______________________Tuaa. 4 Thura.Kjdlo / Treatment 1 (
A Hopal r-----------------------------Hon. 4 Wad.K Drug 39
Talnvlalon
Long Crain Ricesvf": .. < i G- 111Ib
------ --------To b arrangadvwlnf : I TOMATO
Totlon and Air Conditioning-- To Be a n
.. frlu-----___________________________________________Tu... Thur. Centers "" "'" o
---------Tuaa. 4 Thu... Colgate Instant Shave ''M. ?; 39 1 1
Typing Ivplnts__and____Shorthand------------------___________________________--_-__--_-_-_________-">". A Wed.I Expanded by VA i
... Pride Salt H' 9< I
Pantry irrlnlr D
E A
To b. .Ol.d ,
liliDrroratlni---------------------------------- B R
______--------TO b. rang.dother Plans for a six-fold IncreaseIn I
W-IdtnD--------------------------------- I the number of Veterans Administration Cake Mixes 'v::::;,-;.,:,: 29c i1 IIw"lcEjToaster

: cnuriH will h offered upon ..qu.... : drug treatment
centers have been announcedby Pastries ,.rf"S: : :.. 3/95/ < 1 1 o
Hniliitratlona for Powder Puff /'..hool.. ... being accaotad.. Cle.... I Donald E. Johnson admin- 46oz ao "
.. .. Pride Flour ". 37 3/$1 29
(
will set on. nlaht a ak from 7:10: to 10:00 p. for twelve (12)) istrator of Veterans Affairs. Pantry
.. will ha offered to ladlaa only. The court .
This
v. cour
:
I. content conn"I of haute function and card of an autoanbll, ... message In this June to Congress 17 drug control President Fyne Bake Shortening ., ,. 59 CANS

Nixon called for "the immediate t
.
development and em- 1 1 man tvuwwtovtuuan tmrpiYiow MCti24oz ,

.. .. placement of VA drug rehabilitation -
centers which will per- .Y..a m, to lee tor
/ DAYTIME CLASSES : mit both In-patient and out- KING SIZEPUNCH PANTRY PMIDI Pantry MliMWNIM.FYNE .

At The patient care of addicts" In a Toaster BAKESHORTENING STRAWBERRY
community; setting.
.. Five of the specialized VA 1AUNDHY OITIHCINT Pastries COFFEE SHORTCAKE

BRADFORD UNION AREA treatment centers have been
: placed In operation since October 99< f 3/95 31* 2 LRSI

.: VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL CENTER : 1970. Plans provide for CAN ?!
the opening of 14 more cen-
ters this summer, and the creation -
: Will Begin For High School i of still another 13 centers COMPARE' o:m:' i SWEET & MELLOW I'

: Students And Interested Adults On :. 1971.This by approximately Oct. 1 I. Breaded Shrimp 'mu:+.:.,'':':".. $14''''1'' 1: Golden Ripe i I CRISP CELLO WRAPPED

1971 total of 32 special- ,
: AUGUST 30, 1971 : ized treatment centers will pro- Breaded Shrimp:t .,'ri'Ia O"o. $189 i:
vide capacity for the annual CARROTS

: Classes Meet For Three ((3)) Hours .: care eran-addicts of an estimated;In addition 6,000 to vet-vet- Wintree Deviled Crabs.' .." ""?:::? 4/l$1' : BANAN ASj I

: Per Day And Carry Three ((3)) I erans already receiving drug Frozen Bagels / I "' '

treatment In a regular V A hospital Dinner j""." "01 I
: High School Credits Include: : Chicken 38(3.Jv--' LB 16cDel "

.. The VA administrator noted Morton Meat t Pies 'Sf-ss., 4/89'/ Hilt lit | 0 j. : P KG
that 781 veterans manifesting
: drug abuse or dependence (Including Monte Corn :IKS.: :: ":! !: C:::' 4151/ '::; inniti1mtrm 'J ;

: Autoirotlv. .Mechanic : 289 narcotics users) 'J.'iT'.'.O' M.0.. 4/$1/ FRESH FIRM HEADS
Giant Corn INS
Haa were discharged from VA hos-
.. Cooking 01..1 M.chan/n.and BaklnaRadio :: pitals in the last nine monthsof American Beauty Hominy ''Y..:" 2125c/ :LEMONS"N 48 I CABBAGE u7
b Talavlilon Mpalr fiscal 1969. The number of
I Vocational lilts, Education Sacratarlal .. such veterans treated and discharged itw[ i it'iiiijiai'iair imirwr 10* HKII BONUS BUYICALIFORNIA* 1 fVIf ff 4f MMF MfCI 111MI TMf IOW MtCf 11 imiHV lOW HKIIPRIAM

Cle.... ...tlo. two (J) Man par day and carrying too (2)) high) Increased to 3,149 (Including -

: achool credits Includai : for the entire 1,374 narcotics fiscal year users 1970.) !* SOLID CANTA.LOUPES. SALAD COFFEE FRUIT

: Data Procaaalna : For the first six months of iI I OLEO COCKTAIL
Drama* the current fiscal year 1971,
tlactra-tuchanlca which Includes the operationof I29 3951a
OvnaMntal Horlleullurallaccront 69 I 3IHISH'JUICY
.. Tachnology five VA pilot drug treatment IM'o I1111
: Clothing ConaerucltonDistributive / centers, the number of ________
Education J veteran drug discharges totaled iiiMniiiJ.TNll/ IVfff 4r 10* HKII EVERYDAY lOW met i mirur t w MICH 1 nuroti tow nut
... VohleU 2,468 (including\ 1,188 narcotics MAXWELL i
Coa-arclal
: la of farad (r- 1130| to JiOO p M'
I Driving CoeMtolo fro. 7.W to ),30 ,..., and "..",. fe.ul.Mac sin ((6)) hour J users.) tJj 1 O,391sM ,'''". I 1taICID:
dally, The first VA specialized drug HOUSE flOol French Stick CINNAMON CREAM
: Sfull. treatment center was opened jAl f k BUNS
: attend BREAD FRIES PIES
aparovad lot veteran tralotn and adult uy INSTANT COfFII
Most claaaaa"". For are unbar lofo........ contact the VT..h Castes. '" ;* last October In Washington D. B ..M M.. ........ ......... | ....
I north- Oral Itraac ot .all 'M.IJO. J C. The first center for Florida i ._..L.nIt1/1Ma".r. 1 I. 29C 3/99 /
t twt.t ru.wr.
9 Is expected to be opened In = -J
,..............N......................... Miami this summer. t_
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OF THANKS Mrs. Woodcock Crash Fatal

The of A. Llbran Ker-
family
sey would like to thank each Services Held To J.l\1. Burton

and every one for the kindness NcurWillistmi
Mrs. Josie Lee Woodcock
shown In our recent be 83, of Crlffls Loop died Tuesday
Also for the beautiful
reavement. and fine food the- Aug. 17, In Marlon County; Jimmy Merle Burton, 32, t
flower ; T
Bradford County Hospital staff near Silver springs after a long of Starke was killed early ear A .,
and DeWItt C. Jones funeral Illness; Tuesday when thrown from ha-
A
resident of Starke for
home. May Cod bless all of car which went out of control 't r
Mrs. Woodcockhad
years
many
you. about three miles west of WHIlston -
with
resided a niece Mrs.
State Road
0.0. Harrington, near Ocala on 121.
for several months. She was FliP Trooper S.R. Rodgerssaid CONGREGATIONAL GOD CHURCH OF CHRIST
OF
born In Georgia on July 16, the accident occurred at CHURCH CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN JORDAN MISSIONARY AT MELROSE
432 N. St. Clair St., Starke. MISSIONU.S.
Jacksonville 1888 and member of 12:10: .i.m. and that Burton Sunday School 9:43: : a.m. BAPTIST
was a apparently Sunday School 9:45: ...... School 10 a.m. Morn behind Taste -
Sunday ,
Hethel! Baptist Church. was: dead at the scene. Moraine Worship I II) Len. YouthS : Morning Worship. II a.m.Youth 301 North Schedule of Services:
Surviving Is one daughter, Itodgers said the Starke man nice 6:00 pun.Evening Worship ing Worship II Youth ajn. Sunday Fellowship, 8 p.m.Choir Prac Frees Drive In, Sunday Sunday Bible Study 10:00
was on his home Evening 7 pan. Night lice Wednesday 8 School 10 a.m. Worship Service Morning Worship 11:00
from pjn.
way
Mrs. Lucille Woodcock of Mac- Crystal 7 pun.Thursday. a.m. a.
Business River where he Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch II a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Evening Worship, 7:00:
donny, and a sister, Mrs.Min was: employed night Prayer Meet Meeting Friday. 7:30: p.m. Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday m. p.rn.
by Jones Construction All other Evenings8:00p.m.
nie Austin of Starke. 7:30 p.m. .-Rev. Y.W Kidd pastor .
Funeral services were held Co. on the building of a new Ivy Luke Pastor CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH ; E.L. HAMPTON CHRLt'11AiJCHURCH
Leroy Olive, pastor,
Florida Power
Aug. 19 generating plant.
at II a.m. Thursday
DirectoryAuto In the UcWltt C. Jones Chapel Burton's car, a 1967 Mustang SMYRNA MBfflONARY Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Grtffls associate pastor. School 10 Mont-
with Hev James C. Saunders was headed east on 121. It BAPTIST CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Worship H.Training Union Sunday II a.m.
officiating Interment was In ran off the highway on the left au W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Sunday School 9:30: ; Training 630.: Evening Worship 730. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH big WoMhlp-James ajn. Evening
Arabia Church CemeteryIn shoulder for about 400 feet and : Sunday School. 10 ...... Union 10:15: ajn.; Morrdshg Worship LeRoy Dalrymple\ .Pastor BROOKER Worship, Shaw pas

Sales and Service Clinch County; Georgia then crossed over to tho right Preaching, II a.m. Training U- II a.m.; Evening, Worship. Sunday School. 10 a.m. Worship tor.
should, skidding about 300 does 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.i Prayer Meeting 7:30 BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Services II a.m. and 7
Parrish Motors feet the Trooper said. He 7 p.m.E.ef7Orlewelcome. Wednesday.: ; Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Inf.inl I t I'onl estimated speed of the car -Wilbur Dyess; pastor. Pastor Rev. Robert West. lOll WorshiP U a.m.: >evening Rev. Lacy Conway Pastor. BROOKER. FLA.
better than 60 mph. Worship 7:30 Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday
PALES Infant Hobble Lynn ford Surviving Is his wife LoisII. : p.m.; School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol
CHURCH OF GOD Meeting, 7:30: ( p.m. Wednesday. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH
SERVICE daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ho- Burton and two daughters OF PROPHECY BROOKER NEW RIVER BAPTIST -Rev. J.C. Sounders, pastor. 10 Morning Superintendent.Training
PARTS VOLVO bert I lord was stillborn In the Lori of Starke and Vicky, Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday Worship School It a.m.ajn.and 7 nlon 6:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas. ,
Naval Submarine Medical Canter of Jacksonville; a brother, Leroy Worship U ajn. YoungPetWle's Worship II a.m. Training MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Director. Worship Services U

\New; London Conn., on Burton, Starke; one sister Service. 1 p..... Union, 7 P.m. Evening Worship Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday p.m.Rev.. John Ross, pastor. a.m.. 7:30. Lavern Outlaw,music
Always Good Used Can
August 18..Surviving. Mrs. Katie George Gainesville; Evangelistic Service 7 p.m. 8 pjn. Wednesday Night School II a.m. Morning Worship director.
V2I: Laura St Ph. 358-5631 : besides the par his mother, Mrs. Myrtle G. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, service 7:30: pjm. Everyone 6 p.m. Training Union BAPTIST
ents. Is one brother Timmy Woods fort White; and mater- 7:30: pjn. Come and worshipwith welcome. 7 p.m. Evening Worship. EVERGREEN of l HEILBRONN BAPTIST
Kf.ECTKir MOTORS I Ford; paternal grandparents nal grandmother Mrs. Katie us. L.L. Parker, pastor. Wednesday -7:30 Prayer Ser Highway 125, Northwest CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
Mr. and Mrs. RV, Ford; and Mickey College City; Texas. .R... Bobby Harris pastr vices. Lawtey. Sunday School 10 Sun a.m. Sunday School. 9:45: a.m.
maternal grandmother Mrs. I Funeral services will be held PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper Pastor Morning Worship 1115.: Morning Worship II. Training
PEAVY Brother. Alberta Oliver all of Melrose. at 2 p.m. Thursday In DeWItt GREATER BETHLEHEM Sunday School 10 a.m. day Night Service. 7:30:Meeting p.m. Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Ser-
funeral services were held C. Jones FREE WILLBA CHURCH Wednesday Prayer vice. 730. Midweek
Chapel followed by Morning Worship II arm Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH : Prayer
Electric Co. at II a.m. Tuesday Aug. 24, at interment In Santa Fe. Ceme Cor. Ash t Chestnut Sunday Servlces (Booster Band Young Sunday School 9:45: ajn.; 7:30 p.m. Rev. Albert Knight, Service 7:30.:

the graveside In Melrose Ceme- tery. School. 9:30: : Morning Worship, People and Prayer Service), 8pm. Morning Worship II a.m.EvenIng pastor -Rev. L. Tommy Howe
with Fatter rank Dear 11 L.egpue,4p.mvNlg
Electric Motors tery Ing ; Service 7 pastor.
Evening Worship p.m.
officiating DeWitt C. Jones 1 .. Rev. .iaip.rWUlLuns Worship 7pm.; Wed. Prayer LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH
Laura llapli-l pan.
Si'lct '- Serviced Repaired Midweek Service Wednesday. Meeting and Bible Study 7p.m.
I Funeral Home was In charge pastor Sunday School, 9:45: ." ;.
Generators Status Armature 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland Study on Book of Psalms. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
of services. Morning
ItrxixalSHRevival Pastor Worship, 11 a.m.Evening
C.F. Prevatt
Rewinding pastor Everyone LATTER DAY SAINTS
Worship. 7:30: p.m. Midweek
4041( Lt-nux Jax, 187-2328: Blantling Area services will start FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome. Bible Study. Wednesday 1404 E. Bessent Road

Sunday Aug. 23, at I Laura Baptist STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 p.m.Be Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a.
1'1.\NOS OverloadedWith Church east of Starke con Sunday School. 9:45: ; Morning (Highway 100 at Theressa) In church Sunday. m. Sunday Scrw. >|, 10 a.m. Sacraitietii .
tinuing through the 28th. Worship II; Junior and Senior Sunday School- jn. MornIng FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH ,' 6 p.m.

YAMAHA PIANOS HuntersCamp Services will be held each MYF groups 6 p.m. Worship 11 a.m. TrainIng Sunday Service:Sunday School Frank Jarvis, pastor.ST. Monday Mia 7:30 pjn.
CONN and KIMBALLORGANS night at 8 p.m., conducted b> Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Union 6.30 p.m. ; EvenIng 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship Tuesday Primary 4:30
Blanding has the heav- Evangelist A.A. Woodall. 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Worship 7:15: p.m. 10:45: a.m. Evening Service,7.15: Wednesday Relief Society:p.m
iest hunting traffic of any wildlife There will be a special singing 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Night Prayer Ser p.m. Youth Group Meeting Sunday MARY'S CATHOLIC 7:30: p.m.

management area In the at each service and a 7:45.DeWItt: vices 7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle 6:30: p.m. CHURCH. MACCLENNY Jesse D. Branson Branch
State, members of the Starke Homecoming dinner will be held T. Farabee. Jr. Packham. pastor. -J.C. Brown minister Sunday Mass. 12 noon. Holy President.

Rotary Club were told recentlyby on the grounds Sunday Aug.29. Jay Mass, 5:30: p.m.
Mack Cook Wildlife Officer The pastor Frank Jarvis, invited LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL.
with the Florida Fresh the public to attend all HOLINESflCHUJt.CN ---- -- ---------eS- --i - eeieI -

Water and Game; Commission.Cook services. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; rI ,
said that If the huntIng Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth I SCIENCE.
load at Blanding keeps increasing Service 6 pjn.; Evening Wor- I I II
MADISON STREET:
ship 7 p.m.Tuesday.
as It has In recent
KIMIJAM. "SWINGER"OIthANS years steps will have to be BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting 7:30: I and GOD
taken to limit the number of Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning p.m.Rev. I aI J

hunters In the area at any one Worship at 11; Church Training W.B. Chauncey pastor.
Roosevelt ;\lall-388 8519iSTEUN 6:15 WMU Prayer Circle I
time. : ;
""""' : Not too long determined from accounts :
Blandlng has more law enforcement 7:15: ; Evening Worship 7:30.: i ago, a man ti1
>\ : STORE personnel assigned! Monday Youth Choir Practice GRACE BAPTISTCHURCJI.STARKE
Junior Choir 7 in the bible that oil could be found in certain areas of
Practice
to It than any other manage I :

LITTLE.DUDE ment area In the state he P.m.Wednesday Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor- bible lands now this country is rich in oil wells. ,
said but In spite of frequent Prayer Meeting, ning Worship at 11. Training I .
arrests there Is much destruction 7:30: ; Church Choir Practice, Union, 6.30: p.m. Evening Worship In the past, vigorous arguments arose between
Western Store of property vandalism and 8:30: p.m. 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer I I I
littering violations during every --Denton Sumrall pator. Meeting 7:30.: --Rev. Leon T. I some scientists and bible scholars however with I

W ..lrl'n Clothing Leather hunting season. He said that Odom, Jr., pastor. i
the passing of time, new discoveries in science
u""til' Saddle. and Ti'alien several gates to the reservation FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I I

Ch alien i Sharon i Petty were destroyed during the STAR RE AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH have helped us to have better understanding of:
past season as well as fences Opportunities for service School. ,
'MM 1', Kcljuwoiid M 1-1210 : Sunday
cut and National Guard build Sunday Sunday School, 9:45: ; Inc Worship II m4Evendng; God's word and now most scientists and.! biblescholars ,
ings and facilities damaged.An Morning Worship at II, sermon: Worship 7 pjn.; Wed. Prayer "
'Iimrrmm, Intensified'crackdown will' Meeting and Bible Study, are in accord. God's word has not ,
"In The Spirit on the Lord'sDay"
be necessary to curb such violations Meet.
BAXLEY CHAIR In the future Cook said. Church Training, 0.15; 7 l"t p.m.every Young Monday Peoples 7 p.m. needed to be proved for it will stand forever h ,
Evening Worship 7:30: sermon
The speaker urged all sports ; : G.F.
Furniture Discount men to obtain a copy of a "The Judgement of the Righteous" Welcome.. Prevatt pastor. Everyone I "For the earth hall be filled with the knowledge rA' I Iof

ter booklet fishing on lorlda's and Hunting FreehWa-Regulations Monday. Youth Choir 7 p.m. I the glory of the LORD, as the waters cover,1 '" .

Using RuamRo.nn Tuesday Young Musicians ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC f fI
which Is available at "
f) STARKE I the tea ATTEND CHURCH AND I
: Choir 3.39: ( p.m.Wednesday CHURCH.
1 DlnllllC I .. .. the County Judges office and
", I I' V become familiar with the laws family Night Father James Cregan.pastor. STUDY GOD'S WORD I III
J"drClflm r Sunday
7
Supper 6 Prayer MeetIng Saturday Mass p.m.
.... before the new season opens. p.m.; -
.
The laws are frequently revised and R.A. Meeting 6:30.: Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, I I
\\ IInuI:. PRICES and need to be studied Teachers and Officers Meet- 7 P.m. II The Church If I Cod t cppoinltd agency in a+,
.
from time to time Cook said. ing 7:15: ; Church Choir 815.: Confessions Saturday 8pjn. this world lor ipttoding the knowlidgi of "7, I
US( C'o.eat I Illock from I-tr The speaker was Introducedby Thursday Visitation 7 p.m. I Hit Ion for man and of Hit demand for y w'r"A w vi
.Tacoaonctllc. I'la. aNI.17\1! \ School of Religion: .
Rotarian Bob Blakewood. -W.A. Hogan pastor. Grade School -- Sunday U man la respond to thot Ion by loving hit 4 F4 '

to 13 t mighbor Without (hit grounding In Iht t
- - - - "" a.m. noon. _
"
- . .- -. u
- '
- - uya.
High School -- Wednesday low of God, no govtrnmmt or tacitly or t
7 to 8p.m. way of lift will Icig piiwti and the ElIj/, '9a

frttdomj which wo hold u dear will In- -. t

REVIVALAT NOIMIISIDi: BAPTISTCHURCII I tvltobly' ptiiih. Thtrifoio, even ham o I

Itlfiih point of view ant should lupport I l b
Sunday Morning Worship the Church for the sob. of the welfare of WI I

9:45: ; Sunday School 11. Sunday I himself" and hn family. Beyond that, how. ypIvor I

\ Evening Worship 7:30. every ptrion should uphold and ,
Wednesday Evening 7:30. sarticlpatt In the Church became jt )1\\\\\ OI1"1 t
'
-Wayne Wells PastorST. the truth about mant lift death and j '
.
dtttiny: the truth which alone will tit him +h +' w I
\ \ \ Grace Church
Baptist .CHURCH.MARK'S{ EPISCOPAL STARKi:: fro to live si a child of God. I

Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd ...., "'&.Ii ,
Hwy. 100A (Griffis Loop) Starke Fla. .. .. ... '. ,
\ \ \ Sundays, 10 a.m. Morning Prayer c. A. "'i ...
2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday \ i i i f f1
10 a.m.John JfiW"IUi itlll 1fji J i'Slil! iAi.: j ,
M. Flynn Hector
PASTOR LEON ODOM ------------.----- -- -- -- -- --------'


STARKE CHURCH
OF.CHRIST. -1

Bible School 10 a.m. Worship STARKE "66"
Services, II \.m. and FLORIDA
I pjn. Midweek Service, Wed- SERVICE
,
nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible c,# -
Class, Thursday II a.m.Church y' Hill EnWrd-4: |1'h. 0647231tiie

located ope block west on SR : \ ; .
yw4
Truing
ONTROL
EVANGELIST 18. l\J-EST .
5 ,
Aug. 30 Sept. --J.PH. Bell, minister -- Headlight Adjusting
gggteee ca
Rev. Wayne Greathouse PI1li1'I111: i.coNCnr.MiONAi.; ; Brake Service
7:30: NiEhtly Ml/IIIODIST!: CHURCH: Carl Hunt Phone 984-6111
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Wheel Balance and

\ Worship II a.m. Youth Call St. Starke, .'1..
Service 6 p.m. veiling; Wor- :3.19: E. Alignment

ship 7:30 p.m. Rev. Tommy 21.HR. WRECKER SERVICE Phone 964-5745 for FREE
I.. Milliard, pester CONDITION! SERVICE
Hiwajr 301 and 100 and Eatlmatee
Inspections AH Minor Repairs
YOUTH NIGHT tlO 8. Temple. Starke
FIRST
ASSEMBLY OF GOD 617 N. Tempi I ,\,.e. Stark.

FRIDAY Raiford Road A Wekfcc" Si.-

Charlee Thomas, .
acnday SchooL loim. Morn- STARKE BUILDERS BRADFORD
Featuring. tag Worship It. Sunday E_ EDWARDS'

taf. 7pjn.Thirsdsydgtrt,7:30. .. : Inc. !ABSTRACT CO.
SUPPLIES.
; 4'\ FLEMING ISLAND Grocery and Market

BAYI.P.SS IIICIIW\Y lUPttST 1asturing Ace Hardware Groceries-Meats-Feed Itotter Service For Your
YOUTH CHOIR
'"y Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship eo....,. Paint Supplier GAS AND OIL Title Problems
Service 11 a.m. Church
training, 6:30: p.m. Evening: and Sporting Good Jack and Gladys) Edwards Abstracts

Worship 7:30.: U. 8. 301 South Starke Till Insurance
. WednesdayPrayer Meeting.
Check With U> First"Sit
7:30: p.m. PHONE H .131Z 158 \\. Call '
Kev. J.I. Robinson I WMhl,..ton 81. ....IZ70 | h. H .IMI I


.

PASTOR OF CALVARY BAPTIST SONG LEADER A lonely friend says he CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc. i


CHURCH JOE FAULK wouldn't mind the Army OwMi By Those We Serve la Twelve!' Northeast Florid Counties "Helpfe Our ......... Jvo .......'.
Mm
Ala. spying on If only for the
Tallasee, feeling that somebody, somewhere RtectrUlIv"-EeyitOM Hefehls. -Phesw 47S4tllCARD :

was aware of his exIs-

tence.

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By: Enca Elanohan ft' jti #$tf&ttXftfM

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CHURCH ACTIVITIES xs :-:

Grace United Methodist:Sun- *f J31f : '
day School 9:45: ajn.j I Worship 7/ tv> ..VK'ilElftfSf: r MjSK .

services 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. teSCP f*_

Wednesday MYF 6:30: p.m.; / A !
Prayer meeting 8 p.m. rt lIRONSTONE DINNERWARE I I

.? Church of God: Sunday \ I / tiVNA
y
... School 9:45: a.m.; Worship services 1 V-AS
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.: 1 Q
Family night Wednesday 7:36p.m. r
1r

Highland Baptist : Sunday *
School 9:43: a.m.; Worship services
11 a.m.and 7:30: p.m.; t

Prayer meeting Wednesday
7:30 p.m. followed by Choir
Practice.

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PERSONALS

Friends of Mrs. Owen Anders E E PRICES GOOD
and Mrs. Hester Hicks and THURS. AUGUST 26 WED. SEPTEMBER 1

families regret to learn of fI

the death of their brother, Dan OPEN FRIDAYS UNTIL P.... I
Parrish of Maxvllle on Thurs-
day of last week and extend SAVI 20c USDA CHOICf W.0 BRAND REEF BONEIESS A r
their sympathy and best wishes.
Mr. and Mrs. 13.L. WilkinsonJr. Delmonicos. l
$179 '
and family of Jacksonvillewere II U.S.D.A. GRADE "A"
visiting Mr. and Mrs
D.L. Wilkinson during the week SAVI lOc USDA CHOICE W D BRAND BEEP ClUB OR


end.Mrs.sonville. "were,][y Friday Myers[ of and Jack-Sat- Rib Steaks la $ 139 B A KIN G ,1 .

urday visitors[ of their son- ,
in-law and daughter Mr. and WO BRAND PURE ((10 IBS. IS 69))


day Mrs.Mrs.and 0.A.C.Nicula.Saturday Pearce with spent Mr.Fri and Ground Beef 5 les. $2" HENS 1 r HORMEL CANNED

". Mrs. Wallen Sapp and Leslie HAMSPork
In Jacksonville. FRESH BOSTON BUTT
Miss Dorothy Swanbom and
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Mansen attended
Lake Swan Bible Schoolat Roast la 49C 1 99
Melrose Friday night and / ., $

Sunday.
Mitchell Brown Larry and
Mr. and Mrs. I'mil Norman QUICK
,*
visited Johnny Brown who is ,
in training at ort Jackson, FROZEN I IU
S.C. over the weekend. They KEEP AMERICA CLEAN WITH g'CAN
report that he is doing fine.
Mrs. Willie Dobbs. Sandra
Mike and Chris were visiting I.CLOROX
: Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs LB.
and family In Jacksonville on
: Sunday. SUNNVIAND SMOKED PORK SHOULDER
Limit 2 with $7.SO *r tnr pur h eluding
:. Mrs. Sidney Harbin and Donna I I I cigarette*. Picnics 49c
visited relatives in Atlanta IB.
Ga. last week.
JOY LIQUID (13.( OFF) BREADED CHOPPED FORMED CUBE PORIC
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sta- SAVE
ford of Jacksonville were visit- -" "b Steaks 5 $2 99

ins Mrs. FlossIe Hosier on 19' Detergent 2202 aft 39c -- lIS
: Sunday. . BOB WHITE REGULAR SLICED
Mr. and Mrs. Joey Dobbs ,. '_
VAN CAMP
': of Jacksonville spent Sunday Bacon 59
'. with[ Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Dobbs. I ". 1e

";. their Mrs.son-in-law George Lastinger and daughter and HALF Pork & Beans 4 3',02.CANS' $1, 00 .- .1....."1'. :"

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett, .
Jr., and her granddaughter GALLON ASTOR FRUIT :J .

were Tina Lastinger Sunday visitors all of Daytona of Mrs., Cocktail I 5 tae CANS[ $ lO 4 t t .

Elizabeth Redding Mrs. Alice . r
Austin Mrs. Hattie Darley and ]
.. Miss Mnah Prescott and other THE ENERGY DRINK rJ'iCOFFEE '

relatives.Mrs. lt I I.E.: i'rlesthas returned Gatorade. 4 QIS $100,
ASTOR ALL GRINDS
after a week's visit with Mr. .
and Mrs. John Morris In Jackson
Ala Mr. [I'riest accom- SUPERBRAND GR A' '' WHIIELge.
panied by Mr. and Mrs. George
lt. Summerlln of Lake City Eggs 2 89c
: met her In Tallahassee Sun- calu DOZ .
day afternoon.
Mrs. K.lt. Lundbcrg of Jack-
# sonvllle spent Sunday with Mr. SAVeiOf PUNCH
y; and Mrs. U.S. Norton and fomHy. -


-
The Bennett family gathered Detergent.v, 58SAVt Quantity
al the home of Mr. and Mrs.

John Bennett and Joined In 2le ARROWDetergent r Rights
giving a dinner for II.W, (Buster Reserved
.'
) Bennett !In celebration of 19.e1 C
.'. his birthday. They had a fine sox + V WINN COPYRIGHT DIXIE STORES 1971SUPERBRAND INC
Uma visiting.[ Those from out
Mrs. I.ast- limit 1 Arrow or Punch DNer l Sent with $7.50 or moo purchase
of town were George ,
inger Mr. and Mrs. IdchardBenrfctt excluding cigarette
CHAKMIN BATHROOMTissue
and :Miss Tina
Jr., BAA
: Lastinger of Daytona Beach, 4 AOII 32 C

: and Itev. :and Mrs. Raymond . PA x Ice Cream 12 s: ? 99e
.. Caudlll of I Highland I< Church. .

POLY BAG SHOESTRING
IVI Turtles

.' I' $1
Potatoes 5
w:
: ,--,UIIAUtlSe I .

; SalmonellaPoisoning! / SAVE 38r MAS SMITH'S DUTCH "'APPLE PEACH IEMON MERG APPle & COCONUT &

Cherry Pies 2IUMBO 2 ,a< $100
There is eveldence that pet PIES
turtles are often a source of
WESTERN
salmonella poisoning accordIng -

y..: Consumers to a report Union published by / z ; 'I Cant C9IOpEs I 3 fOR $'

: : A warning has been Issued
.: to Meridians concerning pet DINE RIPE
turtles by Robert J, Bishop, 1
consumer services director 1 Tomatoes 2 lee 4'9Cq
Florida[ Department of Agrl-! ,., "
I culture and Consumer Services -

;f SalmonellalsabacteriumNat. : -,f,
causes disease in man. frequently /
:: In the form of food poisonIng o N.j Fen &elUfCJJ1
"
AA
according to Dr. Martha _
Rhodes In the Department's J Division !-
of Chemistry.Food pois-

oning usually occurs when a -.... .. ,., .. .. _ _ _ _ _ -
r---------- W / -- - -- - - w -- - - - - - - - - - -r
food Is mishandled she lays. I I
To prevent food poisoning,foods EXTRA I EXTRA EXTRA EXTRAS&H EXTRAS&H I
II :
should be properly cooked. Raw I I
meats and! poultry should not 1 0 GREEN :
S&H S&H GREEN
:\ come into contact with cooked GREEN I S&H GREEN I GREEN :

..r r foods. STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS IWIN
\ In the case of salmonella IttllneN
net turtles, I waN NlwvuocouraN I WIIN MIW1111f1rouroN II WIIH MIW1rAIf1rourpN I WitH NfWrA/N NIW N.Nt
poisoning from I
.u.e..a. t WttNW Of I
x ruKNUa 1 aI a ruKNAN aI COU'OH t 'UteN' OfTEN
children are the most likely ONE: TWO FIA."' OR SHIPPED I ONI 5 IB PKG. 1 1 QUAUTHill" I ONE 24.., 1
victims as they would not wash HORMEl CURE IIaONILISS I GRADE "A" WHOIE 1 W D BRAND PU"GROUND MAID NESTEAICI '" Ie
telr hands after handling and FRISH'RYnS POWDIAIDMilK TEA I IWIAMN
I I I
I I II
oneer. a t'eti onttN t
are most thumb suckers or .7AMM HAM 1 +"AM+ II/AMNN BIIF I IfTAMPN I II MIX 1
I nail biters. GOOD THRU SEPT. I I 1I GOOD THRU SE/I. 1 I GOOD THRU SEPT. 1N. I GOOD THRU SEPT. I I II GOOD THRU SEPT. I I
I The Infection cause d by saII No. 1 No. 7AI I la. :3 I No. 1 I No. f ...... .. I IA
I monella usually results In nausea t1Oat .oca. WIMN.01111y YOU' fetal w/NN Nxll Of 'OU' toca. W/NN NllI __ alOYr IOCAI WINM..IMII / VOWt KM** w. lt I
vomiting, cramps or diarrhea .. .. _ __ I /- - - - - I

To avoid. possible salmonella EXTRAS&H EXTRAS&H I EXTRAS&H EXTRAS&H EXTRAS&H

poisoning a person) should al
wayewaehhlehandsatterhandUng GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN
I the turtle and changing It
: r water. Turtles should also be STAMPS '1 STAMPS I I STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS IwIM IxWroN

; kept In a special container away WITM MIW1PAM 1I WI'H NI W IMNtcauroN I WI'H NIWraNttOIIrON I WITH MfWtfAM I II MIWIraryt
from other household pets. COUPON ft*..01 CNAf: Of I t ruKNAN pI 1 INKNasI aI COUtON 4 UKHM O> A ruKNW t I
.j I I I ONI A PACK I II ONE 711 I
should not be allowed near TIN 15. ONE IB POlt lAG
They I I I 6'0. CANS I SAAK
SUCK ONt 12.1. PKO. WD
, p the family food or dishes. r AUTOMATICVANISH I IIP ASTORORANOI ONIONRINGS j jrw
I For further Information,contact DOG I 1 o ee N : : .,:
the Division of Consumer ;As: POOD I t11AM t I I nAM STIAKITTISOOOO M: JUICI : 1
I Services Florida Department GOOD THRU II PT. 1 GOOD THRU SIPT. I I I THRU SIPT. 1No. I GOOD THRU 51 PT. I I INe. II OOOO THRU SIPT. I I
Na. 10Telegraph
of Agriculture and Consumer Na./.eN1. seeu w........... 1010,7 tout sal WI.......... I Ia' BAt VOW. tOCftt WIMM.WKI. Of 9,ou. .0." WI..M.MIItAugust I II Ar teat etN wwrwtw (
the Capitol Tallahassee. I, II
Services - -- - - - - -- - -
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Free Vaccine For Horses "
Foundation

To Stop A fter FridayThe I News Notes INDIAN) BEACH, flit Iit.is Plaeas MIckael E.a/a< H.Fe CWtty75lI2) I' Seeks DCChairman


free horse vaccination By Helen. Egan Greetings, friends and neighbors lag the weekend with Pete. and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Venezuelan vaccine to protect horses against from your RollingReporter ,Joyce Barton D.W. Carpenter. Mark and
program against the fatal disease will be who once again brings you Mrs Holbrook and Mrs.' his grandmother visited Mr. The American Heart and Kid-
sleeping sickness will end at available to Florida horse ow- EASTERN STAR message of the morning service all the breath-taking exciting ten Smith of St. Simons, and Mrs. David Reid and sons ney Transplant Foundation Is
the close of business; ,to Friday State, ners after that date, he said. Saturday night August 21, was "The Good News"that %- happenings: from Indian Beach topped to visit Betty and Roy In Jacksonllle last Thursdayand seeking T Chapter Chairman
Aug. 27, according C.L. County; Agent Bobby Taylor members of Keystone Chapterof particular news that Is International the sun and fun capital of this Griffin and family on their way Friday. for Bradford County.; Requirements
Veterinarian Dr. Camp- aid yesterday that 99% of the OES held a family covered In scope, "Orderout end of Bradford County.I to Plant City; for the weekend. Frances and Chick Hurst attended .- for this position are as
bell. No more free government horses In Bradford County; have dish supper, to commemorate of .OfFELLOWSmp don't know about you dear Friday night, Tavis and Ma- a birthday party; for her follows: sturdy Christian weD
already been vaccinated, but the birthday! of the Founderof people but your Rolling-Repor vis Wynn and daughter Teresaof brother Emory Alderman, In known and respected In the
that an effort will be made to the Order, Robert Morris. CLUBGAMEFUNDay ter Is convinced that last week Starke, visited the Griffins.. Palatka Saturday night and much Interested -
vaccinate the 10 or 12 remainIng The friendliness of membersand today at 1:30 was the hottest of the Summer Mr. and Mrs. Carl. P. Lang Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hatfleld community In; helping very others. :The
by Friday It Is estimated friends around the festive In Lions Club building at 1:30.: I'd be just tickled pink if we ner of Columbus, Ga., spent and daughter, Kelly and Mrs. selected for this position -
FLORIDATHEATRE that between 1,250 and 1,300 board was one of much pleasure This time we all Join together didn't have any more of that last week at Griffin's lodge, Rodney Higa of Cecil Field, person will be responsible for
Bradford County; horses have for about 40 membersand In providing small gift-wrapped brand of Florida Sunshine. As and Mr. and Mrs. Bell of have spent the day with Jack the various
been Immunized since the drive a few of their children. prize, a small payment of ISC!! for all that liquid Sunshine, It Jacksonville spent the week- and Lou Miller, and family coordinating of the Foundation pro-, as
began. This Included around A jolly program was arrangedby toward rent expense, and following washed all our beach, that we'd end there. several times lately. With all grams well as the solicitation and disbursement -
500 horses on purebred farms Mrs. Jo Reed, P.M. and the game play a getting just had hauled In, out In the Mr and Mrs. Larry Norwood the hot weather we've had lately of Chapter Funds.
In the county.; Mrs. Mattie Lee Klngsbury together for friendship during lake and took a chunk of our were vacationing In the Baha- the lake Is a good placeto Please write the State DIrec-
For the past three weeks W.M. who In turn acted as MIs- the refreshment hour. Homemade yard; with It. But, praise the mas, and returned Sunday.Tom be. Jack and Lou visited American Heart
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 the U.S. Department of Agri- tress of Ceremony, In a con- goodies will be served. Lord anywayl! It could have and Lillian Norwood baby-sat Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Cuave and tor and of Florida Transplant, Foundation -
Sunday 3:00: Saturday J :00 culture has been supplying test patterned on a TV pro- been a lot worse. After all, for them while they were away. Tracy In Lakeland recently. Kidney Rev. Cody E. Bennett
Florida horse owners with gram- "How much do you know PUBLICITY He knows what's best for us. Mrs. Ola Sewell of Jacksonville Then Wednesday, Lou and her ,S. Ave. Jack-,
Fri. Sat. Aug. 27, 28 emergency vaccine without your Partner! The first team Tho Good News that Mrs. Even If most people some- Mrs. Roberta of Tampa, daughter Joan were visiting 596 Edgewood Florida ,32205.,
convllle
cost and paying veterinariansto consisted of Art and Erma Lillian Lawrence mother of times don't see eye to eye with and Mrs. Madeline Richards of relatives In Gainesville, from ,
"Double 007 Adventure""DR. vaccinate their animals. Lockwood, Azzle and Irene Williams Harold Lawrence, who was hospitalized Him. Cedar Key all visited Mrs. Mcintosh, Lakeland and Mul-
Through Thursday, Aug. 19, ; George and Rosalie Col. for some time and Last Wednesday, my grandparent Llrtnle Norwood recently. berry. Friday night supper My Neighbors
124,448 horses have been vac- gin and Floyd and Dodle Koon. then a patient at-tlte Extended Hubert and Fauna Chl- Chris Wheeler celebrated her guests of the Millers were Mr.
NO" cinated In Florida against Ven- Knowing your partner, their Care Nursing Home Center In tty of Starke, came out for a ninth birthday last Friday, with and Mrs. Varne Nelson, and
ezuelan equine encephalitis, responses were varied but most Gainesville Is back home. visit. Then Thursday evening, a party wlthRhtofherfriends! Jerry Turner spent the week- <&&
Plus which has killed hundreds of replies to the questions brought William Beam, Sr. who underwent they were back out along with A belated "Happx Birthday end with T.C.Mlller. We were
horses In Texas and Mexico hearty laughter. Matched ans- major surgery at Ala- Lin and Oulda Quick and their Christ sorry to hear Joan's colt died ,
this year. At least a dozen wers earnea we contestants a chua General Hospital Is con- grandson, David Johnson, all The Boosters Club of Key- after receiving a shot for sleepIng ,*
"FROM RUSSIA WITH people have died In Mexico prize, and Williams and Koons valescing at his home In Lake of Starke. My father James stone High Is In the process of sickness. We've also heardof s-- _
LOVE" from the disease.It tied for a prize. Geneva. While he was in the had gum surgery Thursday afternoon building new bleachers at the others dying after receiv-
Is estimated that 85 per The second foursome team hospital his faithful wife Mar- and got along surprisingly Football Stadium to hold 750 ing the shot
Rated G.P. cent of Florida's equine population [ consisted of Donald and Anna tha, had occasion to call on well. Friday night, we people, and hope to have them Jacque Carrol, the former
has already been vaccinated McHae, "Koon" and Arcena Mrs. Alice Metz, mother of were visited by Aunt Teenle completed before the first Jacque Collins of Keystone, and
through the program. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mrs. Hector Ownbey, who Is Crenshaw of Gainesville. Sun- game. All help, work or dona- her children were guests of
Sun. Mon. Tues. Dr. Campbell called the Noal. John and Mattie Kings- under treatment for a hip day. Russ and Jean Pierce tions will be much appreciated. Frances and Chick ]Hurst last
three-week vaccination pro bury. This round was won by fracture, but able to be aboutIn spent the dav with us and mv Raymond and Gladys Mal- weekend. Gw"w- .
Aug. 29 30 31 gram to date a "Qualified suc- the Wilsons. a wheel chair. mother and father visited Cranny phurs of Jacksonville came Well that frosts the cake for "Keeping pace with he I
cess," but said he had hopedto The third contest was a mixed When the Chapter of AARP CtUtty who Is In Bradford down Saturday morning for a another week friends. pining cost of living..."
vaccinate all horses In the group with some repeaters, but was organized In April 1964 County Hospital Sunday after- stay at their lake home next
state In that period. At $4 this time Gilbert and Jo Heed; at Mrs. Beam's.Home In Lake no n. door. Raymond was honoredat
eWilliamCHolclen per shot, the vaccination pro- Floyd and Dodle;Noll and Loney Geneva Trailer Park, Alice Barbara Fisher and son Devln a Retirement Party; Friday
O' Neal gram has obligated the USDAto and Azzle and Irene provided Metz was one of the orglnal spent a few days the flrqt of night, as he retired from, the! DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
cRyan; pay Florida veterinarians more Interesting replies with eleven charter members.Rev. the week with us while Floren
cKarl J 1alden $497,792 thus far. Nell Duncan the winner. and Mrs. Milton Scrip was In Jacksonville Monday Power Company In Jacksonville
The total horse populationof The members regretted td ture who have been on vaca- night my grandmother Cope- where he was an engl- STARKE
In a Blah Edward Filmvy Florida was estimated by hear of the death of Mrs.Hattie tion for several weeks, have land and my mother attendeda nerr. Raymond and Gladys planon
county; agents at 144,851. Barnes, a member of this Chapter returned to their Lake Brook baby shower for Mrs. Mike becoming full-time residentsof PHONE 9646200KEYSTONE
GWildGROvers until she and herhusband lyn \Home. Rev. Scripture was Howard In Starke. Indian Beach shortly, andwe're -
moved from their Keystone Uub guest preacher at First Baptist Charlie and Vanetta Morris certainly looking forward
CoiisuuieryAIiit; Estates to Macclenny, to be Church last Sunday. of Houston, Texas arrived last to having them as full-time HEIGHTS
.
near their daughter The Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. neighbors.
\\ to Know week for their annual visit, Mark Reddish of Starke Is
Barnes had taken a long sum- Hook and three children of PHONE 473.3176Eiijcarter :
flY MARGARET SPARER mer vacation to California, but Kearney N.J. have been visiting which began with them spend' spending this week wlh his
Director of Columnar Affairs on their return Mrs Barnes Mr. !Hook's parents, Mr.
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What are the advantages of she passed away last week. Geneva Trailer Park.Then they
$ \ microwave cooking? visited Mrs. Hook's parents In
Speed of the COMMUNITY CHURCH ]Hialeah. Kenneth Hook is a
1GP ;} is one impor-
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., ust 22 Worship Service, Miss Sr.While
-;' unique eniTKy. An apple will Barbara Farris, 16 year old here, Mr and Mrs.
--1 bake in 2 minutes, a potatoin daughter of Raymond and Doro- William Beam, Jr. entertainedthe
less than 4 minutes Roast thy Farris rendered the organ Kenneth Hooks and family
3aSisufmdr\\ \ turkey and beef can be prelude. with a cook-out at their Lake-
cooked to perfection in less The Special anthem was .. side Home In Keystone. and
METROCOLOR PANAVISION'!0t than half the time requiredin dust "Ivory Palaces" by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hookof Decorative
: M4M conventional ranges. Air. Roy Turknett and her sister, Lake Geneva Trailer Park
lines and restaurants find the Mrs. Raymond: *arris, win uie have been entertaining their 3 ProductsLOWERS 34
church organist, Mrs. William grandchildren from Hollywood, J
r Nail as accompanist. Newton and Robert Hook and
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Dress And E us Rules Givenhaving

School begins In Clay Count; the appearance of a skirt
on Tuesday, Sept. 7, and the or dress, and pants suits are
following will be of Interest acceptable. Shorts and "hot 2

to parents and children alike:: pants" are not acceptable.Hair
must be clean and neatly groomed.
BUS REGULATIONS .

Starting September 7, 1971,
the following regulations will NO TRESPASSINGThe w, .
be observed at the Keystone No Trespassing law will .
Heights School: be enforced at the Keystone assns
r Only Clay County students Heights School grounds this
--..
.j living beyond the two mile walk- year. Persons found on the
Is Ing limit will be considered as grounds before and after

transported students. Each school, weekends and summer '
route shall be planned and adjusted months, or anytime other than 4
as nearly as possibleto school hours or school activi-
the capacity; of the bus. ties, will be considered In vio-
Spur routes from the main lation of the trespassing law ,
truck route shall not be madeto and are subject to arrest by

) pick up pupils living less any official without prosecu-
,
than two miles from such a tion by the Clay County School
route. Exception will be madeIn Board. i$4
the case of a physical hand- The school grounds Include
icap. The Transportation Department the 20 acres across the street _
of the Board of Public from the gymnasium.
is mapping
Instruction
.
.
Veteran firetower operator Arcena Wilson di.patch.. these routes and will publish FACULTY AND STAFF
firefighting equipment them late In August. Once a The following Is a list of
to
stone Heights area. threatening blau In the K.y- route has been established. It the faculty; and staff and the -
I cannot be changed without approval teachers with asterisks by their /

Fire Toiver Second Home of the Board of Public names: Charles B. Rider, Principal ') ; w '
Instruction. ; Hubert D. White, Assis- :.4. ..J

To Mrs. Arccna WilsonIf Bus pastes and notifications tant Principal; William King, ,t'' s .... f fsr..r .J
Guidance
CounselorCareer
will be made by mall to those ;
you're wondering why Mrs. when lightning actually struckthe parents of eligible transported Lucile Davie, Librarian; Roy 1 l-WilllamE.N.ylon.hold.up.ompl.ofwat.rfromhi. 3CH.
Bayless, Athletic Director Donohoe, former Keystone Councilman holds
Arcena Wilson of Keystone tower during one thunder- students. However, all bus stu- ,
Heights stays In such good storm, destroying the telephone dents will be picked up on the Physical Education, Driver Education home faucet which was badly discolored and full of sediment.sample. of water that he says Is clogging up his shower head
health, maybe Its because she mechanism housed In a box under first day of school regardless ; Carolyn Brown, BusIness and sprinkler system.

climbs over 50,000 steps annually the floor above which Mrs. of whether or not a bus pass Education, Mary Brown, 2-Staff members from Public Utilities, Commission 4 .Councilman
(up and down) the Flor- Wilson was sitting at the time. has been issued. Senior High Science: Stefan (at Gay Livingston points out location of coni .

ida Forest Service fire toweron The tower is grounded, and she Bus students will be dis- Brokas, Elementary PE:;, Math; desk In foreground) hear testimony at hearing. Mrs. Helen trov.r.iol fire hydrant as he complain about erratic pressure

Highway 21 near Brooklyn felt no shock, "But I climbed charged ONLY at their regu- Janice Math: Cecella Guard Jackunn., .Geography r.iri', ., Kennedy, Water Company manager, I. In print dress ot right. and poor quality of Keystone water.
Lake. down after that." Mrs. Wilson lar stops. Exceptions will be Physical Education
That's a lot of steps-- over admits. Tower man are not required considered by written request ; Lyndla
a million, since Mrs. Wilson to stay In the towers dur- from the parents to the prin- Klrtley, Junior High Science; Water Rate Hike
went to work in the tower 19 ing violent( storms or hurri- cipal for approval. It may be 'Donna Larry Nahoom Llnsin, Mathematics; OpposedBy
years ago--but her doctor says canes, as the accompanying rain granted only If the requested English; "Cly-
Its the best exercise she could eliminates the possibility; of a stop Is a regular bus stop.Such deen Petrella, English; David -
get, and her good health seemsto forest fire anyhow. stops as downtown, the chur- Stroman, Band, Chorus, Humanities

bear him out. The worst fire Mrs. Wilson ches, or Scout meetings will not Social ; Edward Timmins, Consumers At Hearing
Studies English Norma
Mrs. Wilson Is one of 202 remembers was one about 12 be approved. :
history
Valldejull !
Florida towermen (and women) or 15 years ago which destroyed Damage to transportation Spanish ; .. '
Relta Walker "
Home Economics
who climb to dizzying heights more than 500 acres of timber quipment from misconduct of ; The Keystone Water Company John E, Norris Lake raise Donahoe -
Science Sandra Uty said.
Wilcox "I'mgo-
;
each day and spend eight hours ; Brooklyn Lake and signed\
and Smith students of other ,
between her tower
any
measure, needs a rate Increase of approximately -
Art Jack Zucker Mathematics attorney representing the Ing to drill a well If I can'tget
confined In ; "How sweet It weal"Another !
seven-foot
cabin
a Lake. "We had to fight that will be paid for by the stu- 50 cent In orderto
scanning the horizon Civics; Barbara Sullivan !- per stockholders (Wiggins' heirs) better water than that" fact
for coming under
the one for two days and two dent committing the damage. finance present demands for questioned witnesses lie said he had
tell-tale smoke that heraldsthe Special reading; Susan sharply, been boiling questioning by \the PSC attor-
nights she recalled. This will be figured on cost of expansion Mrs. Helen
Seasholtz, Elementary GuI- Kennedy, intimating that the "city lathers" drinking water for two
start of another dangerousand Mrs. Wilson has seen many labor and materials to repairthe testified at years. ney was the revelation In test
dance Hazen manager, an examiner's had instructed\ Fire William E. Nejland;
; Harry KInder- an employ -
expensive forest fire. imony that some few "large"colnmerclal
strange things during her near- damage. hearing of \the I Florida Department to '
garten; Susie Gornto Grade flush the mains e of the University of Flor-
,
The faithful towermen are 20 years of tower work. She Clay County students living Public Service Commission In tile day before the consumers of
1 hearing to
literally the "eyes" of the 1>1- ; Florence Harris Grade 1; ida and a recent water paid variable rates in
has watched Brooklyn Lake rise within the two( mile limit will the Keystone Heights municipal "stir things\ up" and newoomer to
vision of Linda Davis, Grade 2; Lucille bring protesters Keystone, showed the higher brackets. These
Forestry, and the suc- and tall several times during NOT be transported. Students building last Friday. to the meeting. two samples
cess of any fire control unit those two decades. and remem- living outside of Clay Countyand Rtesby, Grade 2; Frank New connections, some of of water with heavy sediment rates were negotiated by Mr.
depends to a great extent upon bers the drought years of the who are eligible to attend Davis, Grade 4; Mary Beth them necessitating extensionsor Councilman Gay C. Livingston which he said came from taps Wiggins and the customers,
the manner In which fires are late 1950's:) when the lake "al Keystone Heights School, will Erb, Grade 4; Thelma Allen, the laving of new lines Jr., first customer wit- in his home. "This seems to Mrs. Kennedy testified, in the
promptly! located and reported. most dried up" and was divided not be transported, but will Grade 5; Doris Judson, Grade would cost at least$5,000:) ,Mrs. ness to take the stand, denied happen every 60 to 90 days," years before private water
A native of Mrs. Into seven small lakes with dry have to provide their own trans- 'Pamela Bush, Grade 6; Hu- I Kennedy said, and there is no that the Council had such authority he said, adding that he had companies were placed under
Wilson has been working as a land In between."I portation.If bert Ollphant, Grade 6i; Lonale surplus on hand In the corpora- over the Fire Depart- to Import drinking water last Jurisdiction of the PSC In 1969.
tower watcher for 19 vears. saw a Jeep drive clear there are questions regardIng Tuller, Grade 6; Ina McCord, tion for such capital outlay. ment, a group of self-financed Thursday I and Friday Some of these larger users,
across from the bridge to Camp these regulations and Elementary Music.HelenWild.SecretaryBookkeeper The corporation, now owned volunteers. Livingston bristledat James O. Collyer, staff engineer with negotiated rates Include
She came to Keystone HeightsIn Imokalee without touching the routes, please contact Jack ; Mary by the five daughters of the late Morris's line of questioning, with the water and sew- the Clay County School Board
1947 after her marriage to water," she recalls. Wiggins, 1-264-4136, or Tom Brokas Guidance Secretary; G.E. Wiggins, its founder, saying the attorney was asking age department of the Public Clay Electric Cooperative the
W.P. (Koon) Wilson In Keystone Mr. and Mrs. Wilson have Moore, 1-264-4202. Georgia, Murrhee, Library showed a loss of $1,953.16 In technical questions of which Service Commission, took !dv- Washetoria, and "the drug
In November of that year. Five been married for 24 years, and Clerk Mary McKee, Health 1969 and a profit of only $1- he had no expert knowledge. ingston's water sample from store," according to Mrs. Ken
years later she started her long have four daughters, three sons, DRESS CODE ; 305.78 in 1970, Mrs. Kennedy Livingston, who offered his the council chamber, returning nedy.
career as a "towerman." and 17 grandchildren. They are There have been no changesIn Aide. said. amber-colored water sampleIn 10 or 15 minutes later with Attorney Hose also asked why
Though the steep climb up looking! forward to vacation time the dress code for the Key- "As long as he was living, evidence, said he not only the reassuring report \that it \the service cut-in rate was
(and down) a distance of 80 feet In November when they will] stone Heights School. The codeIs If the company needed moneyto objected 'to the quality of the would not be Injurious "unless higher for outside-city cus-
a day is ardous enough, Mrs. make a plane trip to the Virgin : Shoes must be worn at all MORE meet extra expenses, Mr. water, but to the lack of sufficient consumed in large quantitiesover tomers than for those living
Wilson, says It is a lot better Islands to visit one of their times, boys shirt tails must be Wiggins would Just write outa pressure on occasions. prolonged periods." within\ the city limits.
than when she first came to daughters. worn tucked In unless the personal check-- but we can't "You can see the pressure ]In answer to a question by !Mrs. Kennedy said she did-
work with the service Li 1952. Although still devoted to her shirt Is esneclallv designed to do that any more," Mrs. Ken- drop when you turn on the the attorneys, COllyer said not know unless It was because
Three trips up (and down) were job, Mrs. Wilson plans to retire be worn outside. Tank shirts WATER RATE nedy said. shower or a sprinkler," he there was "no indication that of tile greater length of waterline
required In those days, :Mrs. when she reaches the age and i shirts are not accept- The company's need for additional said. the bacteria content would needed in some instancesto
Wilson recalls. In addition to of drawlnir nclal spmrltv to able. Boys hair must be tapered funds fell on unsympathetic \ LivIngston said he objectedto bo Injurious" lie said that serve outside-city cutomers.:

the dim1' up for her regular supplement her pension. "I'll in the back and no longer ears of many Keystonerswho the rate Increase because was not uncommon when mains It was brought out that I dIe
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. stint, she was try to stick it out five more than a dress shirt collar; faces STORIES filled the council chamberat die only reason given was to are flushed out, and that such present cut-in fee within\ the
required to make an extra Inspection years, If they lower the age. to must be clean shaven and sideburns the 6 1/2 hour hearing. Sev- Increase revenue for the com- Instances occur frequently In city is $70 while $109 is
trip up to the top at 60. or seven more If It stavs > must not be below the eral had appeared with conta- pany and nothing had been said water systems _>n. this, part rJTi. _VI. charged outside the city
8 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. This Is no at 62," she said, recalling that earlobe. NEXT PAGE iners of water which they des- about improving service to the country. :Mrs. Kennedy said these rates
longer necessary, !Mrs. Wilson when she first started work Girl's skirts must be of reasonable cribed as "dirty" and said that customers. Collyer said there had beenno were approved by the city, and
says. the pay for towermen was only and modest length.Cul-! they had drawn fromUielr taps Other\ customer witnesses included complaints: from the nay that actually a rate of $140
Soon after Joining the forestry $120 month.A lottes or other similar apparel \that morning or the day before. : County Health Department about was authorized for customers
a
forces, Mrs. Wilson was nick I C.II. Donahoe who likewise Keystone's
tower water, and \that living outside \the
I lob is Innplv work city"but
named "Lightning" by her fellow and towermen are not allovyea \ brandished a bottle of discolored samples are sent regularly to :Mr. Wiggins did not charge it
dispatcher Penney Farms to read books or watch tele- Keystone .p water which he said occurs the department for analysis. because he thought it was too
who noted a certain quiver In her vision while on the Job. "We L .lites..JPlease several times a month\ In "dead There had been one "bad sam- high."

voice every time a thunder can have a radio, however, andI By GLORIA' REDFEARN end" lines to his home on Cypress ple, "Collyer said, adding that !Mrs. Kennedy said that water
storm approached the area. do a little handwork to help w Street. this was nothing to become a- rates had not been raised since
This !is quite understandable pass away the time," Mrs. Call 473.3288 or 473-4182 I'onahoe' said he had to remove larmed about considering the February I, 1965 and \thatapre-
perhaps, In view of the fact Wilson says. his shower head "every highly tech.nical tests that are vlous raise had been made In
that lightning Is noted for strikIng little attention DUPLICATE BRIDGE have had as their house guest three\ months or so" for a
Though they get applied to such samples. the 1950's.:) These are the only
the highest object around, from the public, Mrs. Winners for Tuesday, Aug- Mrs. Dorothy Allen, their cleaning out of sediment, and and fire towers in Florida would Wilson and her fellow tower- ust 17; First, Mrs. Gay Liv- daughter: from Bedford. Ohio. Mi complained of "clogged up" from application of chlo- with the
certainly qualify for \that (US- men play an Important partin ingston and Mrs. Raymond Mr. and Mrs. John Bird and strainers in his lawn sprinklers rine to raw water which cau- she said. company (29 years),

tinction. In fact, Mrs. Wilson Florida's economy and their Starnes; Second, Mrs. W.J. their daughter, Mrs. Margaret "It's been \this way for ses a tendency toward high ak- Woodrow W. Shelton, a Jacksonville -
has seen lightning bolts splinter Job doesn't end with their eight- Grollck and Mrs. F.T. Hogue; Andrewsen of Utah, have returned five years." Donahoe said, adding aUnity rather than acidity This CPA, testified, that the
pine trees from stem to hour dally stint. Third Mrs. B411 Bartlett and from a sightseeing tourto \that he had registered \three causes dissolved iron to oxidize is now making less
stern on more than one occas- They're on call 24 hours a Mrs. Francis Melrlck(Fourth; New England. They first complaints with\ tile water com and perclpitat e a gela- company than one per cent (about .67%)
ion within 100 feet of the tower. day -- when needed-- any time, Mrs. Af Bachmann and Miss stopped In Philadelphia and pany, the first time two or tinous substance which soon on Its investment. Under the

But her biggest__ _scare_ _came_ day or n1I#ht. Iva Htilyer. Winners for visited their son, Lt. Cmdr. three" years Jujo. settles out of the water, Coll- proposed new rate the yield
u Thursday, August 19, were: Paul Bird who Is stationed at 111cdun't deserve a rate yer said. would be approximately 7.52%l.In l.
-- First Place (tie): Mr.-and Mrs. the Naval Air Station at Willow i Another\ objection voiced by answer to a question, Shel-

Raymond Starnes; Mrs. Pat Grove, Pa. While there they T Franchise Councilman Livingston was ton said that a yeleld of 8 to
Fraher and Mrs. Bill Terry; visited the historical sites of what he termed\the"high stand- 8 1/2 per cent would be considered '
Second place (tied), Mrs. Pa- Philadelphia. They Journeyedto by rate" of $50 annually paidto a fair return to stockholders -
ley Boyd, Mrs. Bob Clare, and Westfield Valid SuvsAttorney the Water Company on each In view of \the risk involved -
N.J. where --
they
'
Miss Iva Hlllyer and Mrs. R. visited with\ friends, \then to 1HillicailTrit'stEf1gatPi11ellt of the city's 36 fire hydrants, and the length of time
P. Vogh; Third, Mr. and Mrs. Martha's Vineyard, Mass for as orovlded for in the 193S:) required to get their money
Bill Uartlett and fourth, Mrs. a visit with old college friends. ; franchise awarded to Mr. Wiggins back If it became necessaryto

W.J. Grollck and Mrs. C.W. On their way home \they stoppedIn Mr. and Mrs. Thomas II. Mil- by the city. sell.
Hardy. Atlantic City, N.J., Wash lican of Keystone Heights, announce In the opinion of Keystone "To my knowledge, the city It was brought out In testi-
the attorney fremont Tolles the has used a hydrant only once in mony that the, company had
ington, D.C. and toured Wil- engagement of their
COMMUNITY CHURCH oresent 30-vear franchise ten when the with\ the
daughter Vanessa years KeystoneInn filed a tariff report
llamsburg Va. Mrs. Bird Gale to Er-
reports ,
The First Workshop In preparation granted by the city !In 1958:) caught on fire; and many PSC
for the November 5th a wonderful time visit- nest E. Trlest, Jr., son of Mr. to G.b.; Wiggins for the oper- people think, it would have been but It was based on
Q Qt ing with old friends, their son monthly rates,whereas\ billing
Bazaar of the Women's Organization and Mrs. Ernest E. Trlest of ation of a water company Is better If it had been allowed to
and seeing the sights. Is done quarterly.
Theressa. valid (unless the company falls "
In
of the Community burn, Livingston said. his
Church met at 10 a.m. Wed- Miss Milllcan! is a 1971 gra- to comply with\ provisions) and opinion, \the $1,800 paid annually Mrs. Kennedy was asked by
f O nesday, August 18. The Chair- Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Bridges duate of Keystone Heights is binding on both parties. by the city to the Water Com- attorney Hose to prepare a
man, Mrs. Thomas Gregory, have returned from a two weeks School and Is employed I at the At tIle last Council meeting pany for standby hydrant ser- rate schedule for every type;
was pleased> with the atten- visit to their home at Lake University of Florida. it was reported thatsome vice is excessive, the Councilman of customer served and file It
dance and interest shown In Toxaway, N.C. Their granddaughter Mr. Tries I is a 1971 graduateof unnamed persons had ques- added. with the Commission within ten

the workshop as many new Lee Brannon, of Ala Bradford High School and tioned the validity of the franchise Livingston also asked. "Why days.
Present
ideas were exchanged and a bama accompanied them. While plans to attend St. Johns River and Tolles was Instructed does the company have some Keystone water rates
lot of materials donated to there they also visited placesIn Jr. College In \the fall lie is to look into the legality of unmctered customers?" are:
BUYING A CAR? COMPAREOUR make items. uv 10:30: the sew- Virginia and stopped In Stu- now employed at 'Irlest Con- the document. Upon' being questioned by the First 15,000:) gallons, $9; next
ing machine was humming and ckey S.C. and visited Mrs. Bridges struction Company, Inc. Tolles said thatalthough\ Wig PSC: attorney, Mrs. Kennedy 9,000 gallons, 35 cents per
BANK LOAN PLAN the click or slssors could be brothers\ and sisters. The wedding will take placeon gins was a member of the Council said the company serviced 27 30 thousand; next 12,000 gallons,
Mrs. Carolyn Brannon and Friday. Oct. I I. In \the FIrst I cents per thousand; next
heard and the work shop was son at the time of grantingthe customers who did not have
off to Bobby, visited with\ Miss Mar Baptist Church of Keystone IS.OOU gallons 25 cents per
a good start. franchise "the minutes in-, meters.
Before you finance Investigate; our low-cost bank ilyn Bridges at their lake Gen heights. dlcate\ that In all Instances When asked If she considered \lona thousand; all over 51,000 gal-

auto loan plan. You'll find it pays to borrow here eva home while her father and where any action relative to \the this discriminatory to customers Proposed, 15 cents quarterly per rates thousand.
Some of the members of the mother,were away. S.E. MCKAY franchise was taken, Mr. Wig who are on meters, Mrs. First are:
bank where get prompt personal 15,000 gallons, $13.50
you
t
;
your newly formed madonnas Cir- Miss Roxana ValldeJull gins either\ did not vote or was Kennedy replied that she dld- next
servke./No *buried"..charges-we tell you the cle were there ready for work. daughter ot mr. and Mrs.Jorge REALTORKeystone absent." not think so because she felt thousand 12,000 gallons next 40 cents
per 15,000
exact cost la advance. Establish bonk creditingsave Mrs. Roy Turknett's Circle Valldejull, will be home next Tolles said the present franchise sure that all (or most) of the 35 cents; per thousand gallons -
started the workshops off Mrs. Tuesday after Hti. was actually a renewal minimum ;
money on your auto loan here. spending the 473-4816 unmetered customers were next 18,000 gallons. 30 cents
Gregory is very hopeful that summer In Europe. She landedIn of a previous franchise, and users. She said that Mr. per thousand; all ever 60,000
each workshop will be as well Amsterdam and traveled by HOMESACREAGESRENTALS pointed out the "doctrine of Wiggins did not Install metersIn gallons: 25 cents 'per thousand -
KEYSTONE STATE BANK attended and as much enthus- car through France,Spain, Portugal laches" a legal term which a few Instances because of .
iasm shown each Wednesdayas and Italy then went to states that !in order to raisean the expense Involved when he The company Is also asking
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. the different Circles take England where she has spent ASSOCIATES objection to anything of a felt the customer would not use for a small Increase ($5)) In its
charge. the last three weeks of her Mf. M.lbn II..n 473-4740 legal standpoint such objection over the minimum. tap-on fee of $70 for city residents -
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly trip. Mrs. Valldejull reports Cel. J. Ch..ln.ton must be raised without Livingston said however, that but a $40 Increase
Community." HERE N' THERE she Is having such a wonderful 473-4671 there, having been an unreason- he was an unmetered customer Mr. and Mrs. James Cook time she hates to come home. L.P..CH.I J. Roblnion c.,, 47)47J.40U. l J able delay In elapsed time." when he formerly lived ont outside the city limits

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Flushing; Hydrants Not Done


To Muddy Water, Chief SaysWho -- ---


ordered the Keystone equipment on the city's fire
water mains flushed the day truck could not be coupled to
before a hearing was to be a fire hydrant near the post
hold on a proposed 50 per cent Office'that had not been used

Increase In water rates? before' :Apparently this particular WANTED TO RENT3 4 WINTER'S SCHOOL of Dance.
"Not I," says Fire Chief(and hydrant did not have a e or Now registering for Ballet JIMMY MOORE'SSUN
SMALLEST 8-TRACK tape bedroom unfurnished home
,
CLASSIFIED AD RATES
councilman) lluntley lIedfearn.Jr. standard thread and had not tap & aero. Call Dorothy Salazar -
Decks for small size carp, air conditioned, Starke area. SPORTS
,! been flushed in so long that the Minimum Charge __.. ,.1,71cover. at Dahmer's Discount. ]lOt/chg. LEW'SWELDING Immediately. Call Phil Smart, after 5 PJn. at 9647098.
"Not I," says Councilman water was black with sludge. 2 tt 9/2.
)
( II words) 10/7. SHOP Holiday Inn or call collect, MOORE BOAT FOR
Cay C. Livingston, Jr., who Not wanting this matter to area code 9197563715.
testified in opposition to the run through their equipment Each word over IS-7o Pines Itchg FOR SALE 3 bedroom houseon YOUR MONEY
rate increase. Itedfearn! said the hydrant was See Extra Charge If not A-l CONTR CTORS- Mitchell Whispering rp- lot 100' X 150' Ralford.
The Issue of flushing the flushed thoroughly. It then occurred Crawford, all types; masonryand tel US 301 S. Phone --..... $5,000 cash. Phone 431-1886. Starke Ph. 964-6791
mains, with the effect of stir- to horn that other hydrants paid In advanceCLASSIFIED concrete work, fire places, 964-8232 2 tchg. 9/2.
ring up sediment In the water, might also be inoperable DISPLAY patios, additions. All types remodeling Complete Outboard AStern I
samples of which were broughtby becasue of non-standard Free estimates. Call 1'TIUTY TRAILERS Drive Service and '
several irate Keystonersto threads, so he Instructed Bud ft.SO Per Inch 964-8266, Starke. 4 tp. 9/16 CUSTOM BUILT / oHN M I L OMEe INC Repair. Complete Fiberglass I'

the hearing, was attackedby Heeler, chief engineer of the Memorial' Revolution % GAS AND ELECTRIC Custom-
John E.Morris, Lake City Fire Department to make the Proclamations, ete -7e word FOR RENTTrailer spaceafter WELDING BRAZING mm Repair.
attorney, who presented the rounds of hydrants seeing If 5 pjn. 964-8238. tfchg. SHEET METAL -.--- built Fiberglass Fishing I
case for the Water Company they could be coupled to the CARDS OF THANKS Boat
TRAILER HITCHES BEAUTIFUL Scaly Mattress&
before an examiner for the equipment.. 10 words. or less .. __. .. t.M WATSON'S springs. Innerspring and foam.
Florida Public Service Commission INSTALLED HOMESAVAIUBUFOR
found other
When Beeler
last Friday Each word over SO-7o Regular price, 99.95 set. This
hydrants, ,needing flushing he HOUSE OFVACUIIINSMany week, $59.95 with trade-in atDahmer's WATER FRONT LOTS
Several times In his questIoning proceeded to do so in various brands of new vacuums FOR SALE
Discount. tfchp
of witnesses, Norris parts of the city. $39.00 up. Used'machines from On Crosby Lake and Crosby
Intimated that the flushing of "This Is how It happened," FOR RENT -12' wide, 2 bed- $10. Expert Repairs all makes. NOTICEStarke Lake Canal. Canal 50 feet
water mains had been orderedby room trailer outside city Pacts and 50-Foot SAMPSON LAKE lots, YOUR LOT ';
Rodfearn says. "There was no Accessories/ for all. wide, 8 feet deep) Located on
the city commissioners in limits, J.B. White, 964-6114,1 IT Built In $2,000. Call 9645796. \
deliberate attempt to flush the vacuums Central vac- and Keystone State Road 100. 3 miles West't
deliberate attempt to "muddv 9/16 4tp 9/2
a no answer call 964-8647. uran cleaning systems."712 Stchg Fla. Ideal for t
mains In order to make the N. Customers of Starke
*
the waters" In time for Fri- Heights area
day's hearing. water dirty for Friday's hear- Main, Gainesville 376-7110 1971 CLEARANCE Sale- All '71 $3,500t tion cottage, mobile home ort

"Not so,"says Redfearn."Asa ing." Hastings Mattress Mobile Homes must go. Olin's Investment.
matter of fact," he adds, Mrs. Helen Kennedy, Water LU'S NURSERY- Open now. Mobile Home Sales, 100 West ;Prlee. start $1,295.00, $200
"no one 'ordered' the flushing Company manager, had testified State certified teacher 4 yrs. and Upholstery Starke. tfchg. dorm and $35.00 month for 34nrw
Ages 2 to 5. Limited enroll- ,, (8 1/2 % simple lnt r-
of the mains." It happened like Friday, on questioning, by I 1 FT. "i
this, says he: Mr. Norris, that it appearedto _ ment. Phone 964-8404. 2tp 710 Rt. Johns Are.PALATKA en.
At a regular fire drill Tuesday her the hydrants had been 2 tp. 9/2 FOR SALEUpright piano.Call OF Call 944-7701 8 a.ml i
night it was discovered thatr" flushed in a manner tocreatethe 782-3085. 2tp 8/19 pm-'weekday._tf I
most disturbance." FOR SALE- story house, 4 UVWOAREACALL I
made 10 your bedrooms, 2 baths, central heat Is Open AgainFURNITURE LOTS'FO* SALE Starke Golf [
and air-conditioned,wall to wall & Country Club, ready for'
Wonts. Notice individual h"a''lgr"qlli"m"nls ; carpeting. Phone 9646207. FOR BENT- One bedroom fur- building on or for Investment.
Refinished nished apartment $90 month. Lots 1/2
at no tfchg Repaired area approximately
To Get Heady Re-upholstered Bradford Village Apts. Just acre and larger. Paved roads
a r For Flushing. additional cost COMPLETE JANITORIAL Ser- north of Bradford High School. only 3 minutes from town.

: j I7 ',I i'a viceCarpets shampooed, NEW MATTRESSES Call Vic Frees, 964-5286. SLADE Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
4tp 9/2
ALL MAKE HEARING house trallors windows tfchg
A suggestion that seemed to :
make good sense concerningthe washed, floors scrubbed.Phone FREE ESTIMATES -.

k.:; occasional "bad water" at AIDS REPAIRED 964-5771. Boyd Service tfchg Call Collect 328-2144 FOR SALE20 laying hens HOME
O.C. Carries
Keystone Heights was offered Nursery
AINESVILLE HEARINGAID $1.79 ea., 2 feather bed mattresses
at last Friday's rate hearingby FOR RENTKingsley Lake $15 ea.; Stereo $75; SERVICES Thousands of Plants
senior citizen Johnny T. CO. 2 bedroom duplex apt. air Antique furniture. Phone 964-
Frut! Trees
Shade
who said he had livedat Trees ,
Phillips, conditioned. Call Merritt WIlliams 7315 after 7 p.m. Itchg
Oriole and Live Oak In 1137 N. W. 23rd Ave.in.svlll. 964-5391 or 964-7788. SEWINGMACHINE Evergreens, Camellias,

Keyftone Heights for nine ., Florida 32601 tfchg WILL BABY SIT in my home For Information: (Azaleas, Roses

years. I Convenient for mothers with Call Jacksonville Moot la can Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
"If they would notify us when Phono 376-0095 FOR SALE: Bull Dozer, T.D.9 children going to Kindergartenat
they go to flush the hydrantswe 4: *KSS5 with hydraulic pan. Call 284- Southslde school. I live directly CoIled
could at least draw enniich, 9420 after 4:00: p.m. Green Sales and Service across the street from U Ml. S.E. of Stark. Hwy. IN
water to last a couple of:days Cove Springs. 2 tp. 9/2. PFAFF NECC1II Southslde School in trailer park rlorahome31.115

until the sediment settles out FOR SALE: Motorcycle, BSA New HomeUniversal behind Pinehurst Grocery,sec-
: I again," Mr. Phillips said. 650 cc. completely rebuilt, like FOR SALEPony, bridle and ond trailer on right. Reasonable --
r J. "I've been drinking Cokes for saddle, $60. Contact Carl McKInley Itp
new. Cheap $695.00 766 N. 6UV NOW& The Glass Shop
two days," he declared regard- Grand St., Starke, after 4:00: Lawtey, Fla. 1 tp. $49:50 up SAVE
Trary M. Baker ing last week's spell of dis- p.m. 1 tp. Parts & Repairs on INSURANCEAT 1
FOR SALEBlack nd White Glass
.
the
colored water following
Truil1illVith fliiHhlnir of several hYdrants. FOR RENT -- 3 bedroom unfurnished Pinto, $150. Also saddle, $50, all other Make Ma- REDUCED RATES
Air FONT nOTe Mr. fhlllips brought a laughto house. Immediatelyor In good condition. 1 tp. chines.NATIONAL. AUTOFlltEBOATDOnI!: E. CONNER _

the when otherwise asked serious if he hear-would later. Phono 964-5818.2 tchg 1970 FALCON STATION Wagon INSURANCE AGENCY Room Air ConditionersTouch AH CARS and TRUCKS
ing 9/2.
Tracy M. Baker, son of Maj. ..'C While-U-Wait
place a botue ot ott-coior water automatic transmissionradio.Take An l'. Univ. Av.. Control Comlort Center Installed'
and Mrs. Owen B.Baker of Key- up payments. 473-3048, Two or Three Speed Cooling Auto
he brought to the hearingIn FOR SALE -. Black Angus bull. Custom Vinyl Tops
Gainesville ,
stone Florida fleiible Air Flow Controls
Heights, Is participatingin evidence. Registered with out Keystone Heights. 1 tp. NEED DEPENDABLE, honest
.
a U.S. Air Force Reserve "You can have the wafer( John DIggs, North papers. 378-1355 lady to manager Fabric Shop. Automatic Thermosfilitri EvenTimp. 1017 N. Main GMQa

Training Corps field training but I want my bottle back," 2 tp 9/2. on 301. 612 E. Washington St., Experience needed. Must know ( Urge Washable Filter,
t i encampment at Otis AFB, Mass. he declared leaving the stand 3 bedrooms, wall to wall carpet how to sew. Call 964-8344 to .Corrosion Resistant Casings
with It clutched tightly In his garage, paved corner lot. make appointment for inter- "Models for Special Windows
lie Is a member of the hand. Some furniture. Reasonably PUMPSNEW view.
AFROTC unit at the University; COLEMAN priced, Immediate possession.See 2tchg. 9/2 Ft"s.lowas MARYCARTER -
or Florida, and is a 1969 gra- it now and buy you a nice AND USED
MACHINE
duate of Keystone Heights High FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH SEWING home. A.J. Thomas, Realtor $11900
FOR SALE12' wide 60' long
School. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ".I'
Pastor, Rev. Lawrence Carroll ANDVACUUM tfchg SALES 3 bedroom trailer. 1-1/2 bath. ;
During the encampment: he CLEANER PARTS Air conditioned, central heat.
will' become familiar with the Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning SERVICE Ph. 5332818. 1 tchg. StADE GAS I

life and activities on Air force Worship at 11; Church Training, SERVICE A Hole in Your HoofIB Deep and Shallow Wells PAINTS
bases, and will examine career 6:30 Evening ... TAKE UP PAYMENTS on
: ; Worship 7:30.: All Moke and
Water Softeners and Appliances
opportunities in which he might Wednesday Hour of Power, Or A $199.95 Stereo Player with AM-
wish to serve as an officer. 7 Adult Choir Rehearsal All Mod... FilteraPlumbing & FM radio. Has Imput Jacks SAME 1
p.m.
8 p.m. CALL :: WHOLEMEW for 8-track tape deckDah- 332 w, Ua&lson I
Otherhighllghts of the course
Supplies mer's Discount House.
include survival training, aIr- Our pastor and family were ,
964-8561 2t/cbc--9/2.
or 96463634tchg PRICE
last f
week
craft and aircrew indoctri- away vacationing in EXPERT SERVICE ON I
nation, small arms training,and Birmingham with friends and 9/2 ROOF ALL MAKES T. J. MannBulldozing
relatives. Filling the pulpit in
visits to other Air Force bases.
his absence was Rev. Milton Attractive AnnyEnlishnent J & J Roofing Co. PHONE 96170A1DURRANCE AS
Scripture who we consider to .

Ao RaleMUM; ? be Scripture our second delivered pastor.two spirit-Rev. Offer Phone 961-8778 ler BrownVolkswagen By The Hour
Jacksonville
Hiway 301 South PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
Until //Vor. 15 filled sermons which blessedand i Or Contract
challenged our hearts. He Available : Glenn
rl""AnyllntdJtegardless pointed out that although we are I 102 E. BROWNLEE
485-3710
living in rapidly changing times, An Army enlistment offer, I FOR SALE110 acre farm.

of the ,outcome we still have an eternally highly attractive to young men I 85 acres in pasture; 15 acres Brookor, Florida

of Friday's all-day hearing before changeless Christ to look to. of military age, Is due to expire I pecan grove. One frame home. t.O Taking: application roi
the Florida Public Ser- We have a revival coming-up In September, and Sgt. I & One new block home. Bill New *. Use ), 4tpS2919

vice Commission residents next month beginning Sept. 20 Wayne Glenn, U.S. Army recruiter : Sherwood, 964-6742. 1 tchg. lain Service FHA 235
of Keystone Heights won't haveto through the 26th.More complete at Jacksonville, Mac-
about increase clenny, and Starke all I FOR SALE Palomlno Barrel 1 ML North ef Tire MaO FOR SALESaxophone, excel-
worry a water rate details will be announced later. urges -- New Brick 3 and 4
I GAINESVILLEMERCEDES lent condition.! Call Ralph Bryan
until 'after November Our congratulations to Mr. & interested young men in this horse 6 yr. gelding easy to
15. Mrs. David Ziegler Grlffls area to Inquire about the op- I handle. Several Quarter horses. 964-6208 after 5 p.m. Bedroom Homed
whose marriage was performedat portunity before the deadline. 17361: Bill Sherwood, 964-6742. Itchg. 2tp /28 CaD for Details

President Nixon's August 15 our church Friday evening, Right now an applicant can ,
freeze order on wages and pri- August 20. Mrs. Grlffls is the be guaranteed a stabilized tour Low Down Paymentand
ces will M honored by commission former Debra Ann Cromer,, of 16 months with the elite ''WE REPAIR and sell nearly WANTEDBranch Moderate Monthly

and all rate. changesthat daughter of Mr. & Mrs. George 197th Ingantry Brigade stationedat DATSUNGAINESVILLE '' :' every needle made for any Payment
were not affected on or Phillip Cromer. Fort Benning, Ga.,Sgt.Glenn ,I brand stereo regardless of age.
before August 14 have been sus said. Also the long play records at LONGCHAMP HOMES
peeled by the PSC until fur- "This Is one of the units I, $1 off regular price at Dahl manager one ofFlorid. none M4- 853
.
tner notice, The Telegraph wastold where the We'11-Joln-You slo- i ,, mer's Discounttfchg leading real estate
?} i Ul.pA, l firms. Expanding on a statewide 101 floutfe Start
following the 6 1/2 hour I r R k gan is In strict effect, the
hearing In the Keystone e Army recruiter added. "Thereis 4300 N. W, 13th St. basis. 'rr

Heights municipal building. a five-day work week, no 372-4226. PLUMBING--

Ordinarily decisions In a KP assignments, and short orders 115 S. E. 2nd,St.CARL .
casa like Oils are announced Pw f/ are available in the mess CONTRACTOR Description SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned,
for three or four months, hall," he added. 7" 1 oiled and.adjusted in your

I1. .r.c. Rose, Commission attorney "Today 1 il niHlt au much lit "They give you advance notice New ConstructionAnd Qualified to manage real home,,$5.00. Vacumn cleaner
said. Ilnlll-e a child u* it quit lo4iluruU on occasions when you estate office in your l Ideal repairs also. All workguaranteed. -
lil, father" have weekend duty, and those BEGGS Repairs BENZ INGainesville area and supervise people. Dennis E. Coggins, Phone

-- ------ --- who are given such duty are Gulf ServiceUSED Man or woman, retired or t31-1428' tfchg
-
-- -
given the following Monday and UcGillPlumbing
,IsiJJ semi-retired will be con
) Tuesday off." Sgt. Glenn said. FARTS Co. sidered. All will
115 S.E. applicants
I I II All the rest of the modern 'Tt. Prices for Wrecked Can 2nd Street be carefully considered. EDMONDSON

volunteer Army concepts are X4 Hoot Wrecker Service Metros, Flo. 475-1691 3782311.
I adhered to In the 197th, the 4tchg 8/26 and 8tJONES
recruiter pointed out. This Includes Fuel Oil 4300 N.W. 13th. Street Reward

I LONGHORN I II semi-private rooms, no Vied Care INTERSTATE !MOBILE\ Home
bed check or sign-out, and expanded (U.S. 441)) 372-4226
Hwy. 101 N. WUe4t19tl moving in Fla... Call 964-5605. Liberal commissions > expense
,
services in the commissary -
I RESTAURANT post exchanges, and _, tfchg. GAINESVillEGENERAL account advertisingand LAND CLEARING
car allowance lo qualified -
night clubs for soldiers."In .
I with Fla. Real Acres & Lots, Water
I the 197th, your specialty person
I may be Infantry, Armor, Opening available now for Aug. FARM Estate License. This Is an Holos Pushed, Land
I or Artillery, and you are a 30 session of Mama Priests opportunity for very substantial scaping.

I U.S. 301 SOUTH OPEN 24 HOURS I soldier with no menial tasks Nursery School. Phone 964- AND WESTERN STORE income and reward in being
and a fine sports program," 7254. na associated with one of Flor- PHONE
I STARKE, FLA. A DAY. I Sgt. Glenn; said. "You are alsoa 3 tchg. 8.26. ida's most dynamic and fastest
II member of the civilian com- [REFINISHINGALL *W.stern Work Clothes growing real estate 964-7205'
munity In the 197tli becausethe TYPES
I firms. All I Inquiries. strictlyconfidential.
"Boot Stetson
Hats
men of this unit parOpate 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand UPHOLSTERYCABINETWORK
.
details and
For
( UNDER MANAGEMENT I In community affairs, help Improve cleaned at Dahmors Discount *Saddl.. TockV.terlnarlan
fast appointment writ or call Mr. *
service
race relations, raise education tfchg '
OVID AND THELMA NORMAN I levels, and support Expert: Reproduction I SuppliesMon. George, 904-388-400.< |; 859 MB1

I youth activities," he added. FOR RENT Furnished apart Edgewood Are., Jacksonville,
Specializing in HomC ok.d Meal. I "An enlistment in the 197th ment. Living room, bedroom, C. E. JACKSON W.d. 8 to 6 Fla. Home:

I Using Only Fresh Vegetables I Is a step forward for a man kitchen and dinette. Mrs D.L. 1313 W. Madison StarkeFOR 'I Quality
who wants good living condItIons Silcox, 331 Clark St., Starke Thursday 8 to 12
I And Moats I good working conditions, tfchg. Fri. Sat. 8 7 FOR SALE: WurllUer console Custom: Draper
to
and Job satisfaction in an elite piano and bench, reasonable O Carpeting

LUNCHEON SPECIAL 1.50 I unit," Sgt. Glenn advised. I NEED: 2 or more SecurI- home, SALE55'byl2 1-1/2 baths, 3 bedroomson mobile Main St. Lake Butler less than $500.00Phone. 964- Interiors by Victor

I Choice ef' Thr. Vegetables I The recruiting officer may ties Salesmen in 5 county ter 1-1/2 acres of land. All 6041 1 tchg. WOO Park A... -'Orange Park
be contacted at the Local Selective ritories-chance for advance- Phone 496-6041
It
Meat.T.a or Coffee Service office each ment unlimited. Will train and furniture included, pump and FOR SALE 16' boat 50 H.P. M4-U31
2-1/2 miles
I septic tank. $7,500 '
Tuesday at 10 Johnson motor and trailer.Good '-
ajn., or by call-
school for securities licence.
. SERVED DAILY FROM 12 NOON ing Jacksonville 791-2772 col- N. on 301, left graded road. CLASP ENVELOPES" all condition, reasonably priced. CLASP ENVELOPES all
I If If Interested, write Box 1124.
Rt. 2 Demon WhIt-
, Box 29-D.
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lief_ Bradford ___
lect. County Tale*. 964-7749. I tp. graftor County Tel
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