Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 2, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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; Vol. 95 STARKK./ FLORIIl15c) t. On Two Lakes

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City Is Delayed r ; crJ-s-' V: I "Intent Found In'Bugs'Code .

r By : night's had lision a at

Tuesday night's scheduled city budget f told land meeting they ,

was canceled suddenly when Council draw plats
Tucker and Clerk Merill Edwards
Tallahassee on city business. ted for

It puts off for the time being the city has already provide on the .
the city council's problem of 600 with almost
where to cut at least $40,000 ed $163,000 for stead of the
from the proposed $1,287,253 run tyie power plant 80-footers.
spending bill to start a savings -
account to purchase a new fiscal 1971. "It must have ;
generator for the power plant. That left a graphical error
Establishing such a savings in Increased funds sight," Chairman
account, the council agreed cil to play with. rode said In
Tuesday, August 24, Is the tlem couple Increases hundred 26 of the code
most Important thing they must that lots must be
eaten at that
do In preparing the new bud- "at the building
of It
get. The city will need the new than $2,000 nothing about width
engine by 1973 and must begin the council bill.got _____..... _-.- line.
now to save until a substantialdown This was Just

payment can be made. venue Power Is expected plant and to as she lost control bugs up on that the have

In that manner the city can $67,000 from $ pole. which have
avoid another bond issue on last year to $ board to retain
top of the present Indebedness. 000 Increase Is Sanders and
Sitting three hours lastTues- general fund, and ies of work
day the council went over the crease In natural out some of the
entire budget but could cut The big question sibly rewrite in
only $15,000 from it. will the council of the code. I 10
Two oouncil members running budget to make Mrs. Melba
lor re-election wanted to give savings account
Heights realtor
city employees a five per cent gine?. plat of a 30-acre
atross-Uie-board salary Increase on the northeast !
or at least some type; dise Lake which
of merit puy raises. They were Car been divided Into !\ Mary
Councilman Jimmy McRae Rally of them less
being challenged by former square feet. In-
councilman Ewell Lawson for -
his Group 2 seat, and Council- "It's beautiful '
man Jimmy flown who gave center line and she lost con- man Torode -
Ms council post for a try trol of the vehicle. The car lots are only 80
at police chief. then slid off the road, struck waterfront .
the corner of a culvert which out to comply
work 'on the new budget con- In ; spun the Chevrolet around, and specification of () work-
ceivably could be put off until building line"
after the upcoming Sept. 14 said, : the
city election or It could be a the plat did not : bj
topic at next Tuesday's regular City of Starke "intent" of the home
council meeting. didates will get a which he Insisted
"I think we need to put the state their cases 4)r 4)1 1 quire 100 feet at poll
city first one time"said Chair lic Saturday night In order to in
man Tucker last Tuesday In tical rally being a population on ; spe-
broaching for the new engineto Junior Chamber of lakes. !! be In

the council He said he's In All candidates "We don't want 4)M[ .
favor of pay raises only If tie Invited and have living on our
city can afford them and still in the rally to lakes will will
for the new generator. their
save in the Bradford pointing out that [
lie got bacHlng\ from Council- auditorium, comparatively an-
man Orle Wiggins[ and Billy cee President a.I ing approximately ,
/Noegel; who also refused to go It Is the first ,
for pay raises costing about rally [In years.So Another unhappy of
I $20,000 until the engine Is taken far the the meeting was
care of. election which of Gainesville,
turing races for claimed an food
Edwards has
Clerk Merrill cil seats and the and agreed with a
Income for
tabbed the proposed post has been very the board in con-
the coming fiscal -
the city during didates have been lation density on
year at about $98,000 above specific Issues, [ f had brought along
the current $1,189,311 budget. ing to stay in with plat which he -
But some $70,009( of that Increase present to the and
bas been absorbed by ters.Former City ( his interpretation says
the almost doubled cost of natural well Lawson which specifies
gas for the power plant. city race last only at the building
$92,000 was budgeted for qualified against Beckwith's 49 be
power plant fuel this year and Jimmy McRae for western tip of [ food
2 seat Just two con-

., the son has August served 24 [ were the slightly waterfront under that, -

terms on the \ says.
1/2 years as a city [ / This[ was : '
I tee. lie was first I try with a
council In 1952 and Geneva Shores :
I in 1965. I plan was rejected pri
Lawson, now because it did not dat-
ager of the State Board of II.\ they
Meat Market left ments of a why
In '65 to make an square feet per ,
the (rtirrBHS ful bid for police dividual septic The
for the council In systems are to be dev-
In 1969 but lost both Beckwlth! [ gat-

Incumbent ... would re-do his local
FOOTBALLSEASONTICKETS Group 2 seat when -- the "Intended"[ 100
It up In 1966 and water and was told
since. / Fir Department, in a hurriedly only
NOW ON SALEat '\ Two three-way Pontiac which caught sion after the
the offing for city was adjourned, -
One Is the police oe permitted less
the with Incumbent Ken hit an electrical pole snapping foot front on lots by
High School Office challenged by the pole off In the middle. back from the
William F. Rosser Betty; Keames was rushed to the upland lots :
Call Councilman Jimmy the Bradford County Hospital square foot ?"
Mrs. Charlotte Grearfl r is giving up his : with serious glass Injuries. Beckvrith and
to make the
Two Starko Youths were pointed out that
964-6640 r serving his first forced to abandon their car easy to comply
i he beat Rosser In [ Wednesday night 2.3 miles west foot requirement
C.urt.sy Ofthe narrow margin. of Starke as a fire broke out front that was to-
II. Fuqua 36, has II in the back seat of their[ 1969 straight but It :
!; (Eomtmtnitij! ( perience[ In law, Pontiac. cult: to plat a
,.. in Bradford. He According to Col. p.W. Car the water might
Mate Sank
II.two years as a city ter of the Florida Highway Patrol toot width at the
r and six years as C.L Underhill, 19, was when property;
Accounts Now InjuredUp II. plus a year as a traveling east on SK-230whena! tended back.Beckwlt11 ) [
To >4U,000 By r sheriff immediately In the car Roy Low- told the
his running for Rtal, 20, noticed fire In would need a .
Federal D.
p.slt 1963. floor of the rear seat. Un- Unification for
Insurant Corp. Bowon 37, Is stopped the car sud- It Insisted on .

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.. GriYfis-Gorcfner Mrs. Sumrall

( Vows Exchanged<< : /Is Complimented

f (9.pg to At t Parris I IslandMiss At Stork ShowerMrs. i

Denton Sumrall was t :
d Deborah Lee Gardner, complimented with a stork
WOMEN daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter shower Tuesday night of last
Gardner Hampton became week given by the ladles of the
I the bride of Arthur Dale Grlf- Madison Street Baptist Churchat
fis, son of Paul Griffla of Law- the home of Mrs. H.A. Law-

fin August 30, at : .
Gladys Mooty, Society Editor, 964.7608 rK the chapel at Parris Island son.A green and pink\ color The
scheme was carried out.
S.C.The refreshment table was overlaid
,.:lrltJ bride, given In marriageby with a green linen cloth
her fattier, wore a red, and centered with an arrange-
white and blue suit composed ment of pink and green pompoms -
of a red flare skirt with a and greenery.
r lq l Navy blue blazer and white After a game period, the hon-
Tom Jones blouse. Her shoulder oree opened gifts from the 18
length veil was secured to guests enjoying this occasion.
qI x.A'S.dGilpinSumner a silver and white pearl crown.

is r Following the wedding the
// Vows ExchangedIn couple visited relatives in Navy Airman Richard Lee
Fort Lauderdale.The of Norfolk, Va. Is visiting his

'* i iI Smyrna Baptist. Church bride and groom are parents, Mr. and Mrs. EugeneP
both graduates of BUS The Lee, this week before leav-
I'1 k Miss Barbara Jean Sumner, topped with a bride and groom. groom Is currently, a Prlvatt ing for a six months further

,' r .. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Aaron Assisting In serving the cake 1st class In the Marines. mediterranean cruise.
.. -.e,. Sumner and Ralph Lamar Gil- and punch were Misses Marie
,.""'''i:: 7' pin, vX Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Guthrie, Nancy Jakob, and Betty -
,;iG Gllpi all of Starke were uni- Sue Parrish.
.i. I' ted In marriage Friday, Aug. Following a short wedding tripto
27, at 8,30: pm.1n the Smyrna Ocala the couple Is residingon
Missionary Baptist Church with Center Street.
I f' !4.iw. Rev. William Dyes performing) ;

r'ti the nuptials.The Bridal ShowerFor
altar was decorated with

.,'. two pedestal baskets of pink Karen Patz
( and white carnations and gladIoli -
.. balanced by branched can- At t Reddish Home

; delabra with white tapers. Miss Karen Patz, whose marriage i
r a Mrs. Cooper, pianist, presented to Thomas Kesler will
'I". i a program of nuptial be an event of September '4

music. at 3:s p.m. in the United Methodist -
Miss Gracie Diamond atten- Church, Orange Park, was
ded her sister as maid of honor,
bridal shower
honored at a
wearing a long pink orlon gown Thursday night, Aug. 26, at i
and carrying a bouquet of white Drew Red-
the home of Mrs.
r and pink summer flowes. dish. Co-hostesses were Mrs.

_. _. Clyde Sumner, brother of the Joe
jT -- ----- Glen Norman, Mrs. Cissy,
bride, was best man. and Mrs. Gerald Williams.
YJ Ethel Frances DeVoe Becomes P'IUJakob\ nice of the The refreshment table was
k bride, attended as flower girl. covered with a white linen cloth hope

Bride Of Lester P. BassettMiss Clyde Sumner, Jr. was ring and centered with an arrange- s .
bearer. ment of vellow and white summer .
.'- Ethel Frances DeVoe man. and the ushers were Roger In flowers. -
The bride, given marriageby
and Lester Bassett were Bassett and Raymond De- her father, wore a long Among the 45 guests wert kip, ---
I Cheryl Elaine Norman Weds united In marriage Saturday, Voe.A. white taffeta gown with chapel Mrs T.'O. Kesler of Jackson- y i
8 in the I FIrst reception was held In the ville, mother of the groomtobe -
14 at
Aug. p.m. train featuring an empire waist ,
Mr. Norman In Reynolds Chapel Christian Church with Kev. J, fellowship hall where Mrs. J. decorated with lace ,and pearl and Mrs. E.G. Patz and r .: jump,
doub- C. Brown daughter.; Glnnv. of Orange
C, Brown performing the presented the receiving buttons and sleeves.
Miss Cheryl Elaine Norman, gowns In shades of pink,yellow, le-ring candlelight ceremony. line composed of the Her shoulder, tapered length veil of Illusion Park, mother and sister of the
daughter of :Mr.and Mrs. Mark- white and lavender over hot Miss DoVoo Is the daughter bride and groom, their par- secured to a taffeta honoree.
pink satin taffeta with long De- ents and the bridal was The hostesses presented the
lee Norman of Hampton, and of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond attendants.The bow. She carried a bouquet of
Daniel Leamon Norman, son of sleeves! They wore hot pink Voe of Starke. Mr. Hassett Is bride's table was cov- and white carnations.A honoree with a pair of single
Mrs. Beulah !Norman: and the, organdy headdresses with pink the son of Mr. and Mrs. Les- ered with a white linen cloth pink reception held in the silver candlesticks as a mem- : r
late Leamon !Norman: of Law- tulle veil and carried nosegaysof ter M. Bassett of Lake City. and centered with a three- church fellowship hall. The ento of the occasion.
tey, were united In marriage white, lavender, pink and Mrs. John Reddish, pianist, tiered wedding cake. Mrs.Smith bride's table was covered witha O' .V
Thursday, Aug. 19, at 8 p.m. yellow summer flowers with and Miss Denise Tyre, solist, UeVoe, aunt of the bride, servedthe white linen cloth and centered MYF PicnicA Ji3 .
In Heynolds Chapel at Camp pink satin, streamers. presented a program of nuptial cake. Mrs. Sam Bassett with a four-tiered wedding cake
Hlandlag. Hev. Jim Shaw of LittlR Khonda Wilson of Miami music. and Mrs. Carlos Rowe presi- t Strickland'sThe
Jacksonville performed the niece of the groom, served as The vows were repeated before ded at the punch bowl. Pol1Ja
nuptials. flower girl in a gown Identical an arch of burning white The bride's book was kept Mrs. W.II. Thomson and Methodist Youth Fellow- The shoe with the built-in bounce .:
Decorating the altar were two to the bridesmaid's gowns. tapers with baskets of whlto by Mrs. Robert Sutton. son, Henry, of Monticello visited ship held a picnic and swim -a natural latex sole and heel that "ii hoes i

standing baskets of white glad- The bride, given In marriageby gladioli and yellow mums on Misses Nancy DeVoe and Miss Lillian Stump over Hamilton party Wednesday, Aug.. 25 from demands action! With all the other
loll, chrysanthemums, and her father, wore a white either side. Lynn Sutton, and Michael Bas- the weekend. Mrs. Brian 2 to 8 p.m.given by Mr.and
pompoms against a background satin-taffeta floor length gown Miss Darlene Underbill sett and Johnny\ Purslfull gave and son returned to Mon- Mrs. F.W. Strickland at Strick Poll-Parrot pluses good lit,
of branched candelabra with with high neckline, lung tapered served as maid of honor, at- out the rice bags. ticello with her mother for several land's Landing.The good lines, good craftsmanship.Good Uv

burning white tapers and gl'l'On- sleeves and organdy over- red in a pink empire waisted After a wedding to South days visit. Strickland's daughter, for a growing,girl's' foot.Stump's.
ery. The family pews wore skirt accented, with white lace' 'gown with a lace overlay..'l'ho Florida the couple Is residing J. Costello Mrs. Donald .W.;Thornton, as- .
Stella spent
marked with white satin ribbons rosat. Her, chtuxsjf traJjwa., waistline was ,accl''ed'oldl a in Lake City. Miss slated In serving, the plcqic
and white pompom nosegays. bordered with iaceroses. pink satin bow. Her brio length The bride Is a 1971 graduate last week In Tallahassee as supper.
Miss I nibble (Hicks of Hampton Her veil of tulle was securedto veil was feucured by a pink of BUS. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Among the 40 guests were $10.99
organist, and Mrs. Carl a whlto organdy headpiece floral decoration. She carrieda Mr. Basset t Is a graduate Read and family daugh- Rev and Mrs. D.T. Farabee,
Clark of Gainesville, soloist decorated with white penrls and single pink rose with pink of Columbia High School and ter, Diana Read, who has many Mrs. Rex Anderson, and Miss
Is seniorat
presented a program of nuptial rhlnvstones. Slit. carried a cas- streamers.Mrs. Is employed at Concord Mobile friends In Starke, a Kay Schmitt
music. cade bouquet of white roses, Bonnie Purslfull sis- Homes in Lake City. Gilby High School this year.

Wayne Norman attended his carnations centered, pompoms with a catto-and ter of the groom, served as ...- r ...... Ib..._ -- -
brother as best man. Ushers foliage bridesmaid. She wore a blue -
were Larry Williams, Buddy( l lya orchid. empire waisted gown of chiffon yrI
Norman, and Micky Moore, A reception was held at the and her headpiece and flower :1: '
Miss Pamela Perry servedas Officer's Club: at Camp Bland- were Identical to those of t : {i'! _
maW of honor, wearing a hot Ing. The bride's table was cov- the maid of honor. ,, t
pink chiffon gown over satin ered with .1 i whlto lace cloth Miss Sissy T'urslfull was flower -
taffeta with empire waist and and centered with a four- girl and master Jackie -
long sleeves. She wore a hot tiered wedding cake encircled Purslfull was ring bearer. ,

pink organdy headpiece with with vhite', pompoms and green- The bride, given In marriage ---ja] 18,000 BTU Multi-Room Unit
matching veil, and carried a cry, flanked by silvor candela- bv her father wore a South-
nosegay of yellow and hot pink bra decorated with greonory ern belle gown with Uer-upon-
Gas kins of J, Inflnllo petition Ih.rmoitot Two lp. fanr.rmon.nt
Mrs. Arthur aw-
and carnations. <
mmnomg full Ie
tier Chantilly lace. Her I I
Eobl. finer
Miss Darlene Norman sister toy greeted guests at the door, length sleeves were decoratedin Ina, ells|| | window,

of the bride, Miss Donna Joan and standing: In the receivingline a gathering of ruffles at the I I 5/QVQ95 or through the wall

Keys, and Mrs. Shannon Hatch were the bride and groom, wrist. Her silk Illusion veil was II 1411 ,
er attended as bridesmaids. their parents and the wedding secured bv a crown of Venlse UIIIII II'' I iiI rot- $299.95 j
They wore multicolored chiffon party. Miss Telia Norman kept lace petals. She carried a cascade n
the bride's book. of white and yellow roses 1 1't AC
24,000 ITU MULTI-AOOM UNIT $389.95 ,)
The punch bible was covered with white streamers.
Yawn-S trouser with a white lac. Moth with Jeffrey Hicks attended best n
two punch bowls encircled with t 17AC : t
Ceremony summer flowers and greenery. 6,000 Cool and 4,500, Heat Unit M | -

Held SundayMiss Mrs. Leroy Norman and Mrs. 5,000 BTU Room-Size UnitAduilobl
W.F. Andrews cut the bride's ""t Two ipood fan Pormanont' washable
cake and wSAr Im' ,,1 r Adjutlablo air fllt.r
presided at the punchbowls .r 1 (
Carol Jane Strauser .
Misses Ramona dlocllana"ouvorl" | air dl.ctlanallouvorl' Installation kit Inctudod
came the bride of Theron A. were t 8l.y.n position S 11 Two ipood fan t
Khondez/ Linda Sue Norman, S'l'2iQ2.5
Yawn ni on Sunday Aug. 29, Colleen Pam thtrmottat rJr. El.v.n petition thormoitat -
Nichols and Ray- -
at 12 neon at a small ceremony !' --
burn. 211C now$139
held In the county courtroom of rso $ .
Following a wedding tripto
the Bradford County Courthouse -
The groom's father, Jacksonville and Kingsley 12,000 ITU Cooling ,70O ITU Hiating $2"." 10,000 ITU ROOM-SIZI UNIT ......$269.5
Lake the couple Is residingat
Judge T.A. Yawn, Jr., performed KU I liox 101-A Lawtey. .
the nuptials in the I. ,
presence -
of the immediate families. The bride Is employed at
Florida State Prison and the
The bride Is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Donald I D. groom Is employed as an electrician ,
Strauser of (; and Camp Hlanding.TyeTalley
Gainesville die 14 CU FT.
Is the of Judge and -
Mrs.groom Yawn of Starke.son r 100% NO-FROST ,

brother as best man. $199 FREEZER
Mrs. Jack of Gainesville '
Sparks t All pore.Iain 2 to 11 Ib.
served her sister as Intldo and out pacify IVIN IISS ua 102 Ib. fr.t..r
matron of honor. She wore a 3.... W",. WITH TOADS Twin, .,.."...'..... ,
yellow double knit, empire line, f.mp.rotvro Egg itorogo rack
dress, complemented with a Kdber/s-fVlann/ng/ / .. _ D..p door sh.lv.i
white carnation corsage Interior light,
The bride given In mar- Mr. and Mr. Don II. Chltty; t TRADE LIBERAL IN Whit., Coppir. Avocado t
riage by her father, wore a announce the approaching marriage Harv ttRegular
cream colored two-piece knit of their daughter, Teresa nAw t ALLOWANCE .$299,95'

suit with matching chiffon Gall Roberts, to D. Leon Man- .101.rrwOW_.', TrodAllowonc $4000.
blouse. She carried a white I nlng, son of Ford Manning and Trod..|n Mult r '
satin braver bdok looped with the late Mrs. Oletha Manning. t ELECTRIC DRYER 1Gv..ld. : $259 Trodo
a of carnations and I
nosegay The ceremony will take place and. .In t
tuberoses. I Friday, Oct. 8, at 7:30 p.m. Post drying Up to 140 r Acc otabloWwklno.: -
the family
Following wedding a -
YQy: I in the First Presbyterian Up-front' lint mlnuto cyclo c-.lltI..,
dinner party was held In the Church Starke. All friends and
I fats tlmo
Pecan room of the Garden Rest relatives are invited to attend. ..Whit., Avocado
aurant. Bridal place cards I, Miss Roberts and Mr. Manning t NO IXTRA CHAROI COR COIOK t
marked the seating arrangement are both 1971 gradutatesof
for the 17 guest At IBIS' Mr. Manning Is em- $149 95 IVIN LESS

the head of whoa table carnations was an arrangement stock-, ployed In Gainesville.by White Electric Co. WITH TRADI f4IO' NO EXTRA 15 CU. FT. CHEST FREEZER vvi1 : '
\I\ \/ 1
mum and baby breath with a t CHARGE .
garland of Ivy extending the Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tye FOR COLOR Only 313 Ib.46'capacity/'' wid. Oolvonliod lln.r lt..l t
length of the table. At one end of Lawtey announce the engage- Plaza Gliding balk*! Difroit watar ,
of the table was a two.da red ment of their daughter Pamela Acrylic-.nam.l.d drain
wedding cake topped with Sue to Thomas Ilex Talley, son ock
belli.. of !ir, and Mrs. Jim B..Talleyof Barber Shop t Badcock $19995
-Ing a week's wedding FOANIrUAE t
the Smoky Mountains, Starke Plata IVIN LESS
A December wedding U APPLIANCES
Gaines.JJe.couple will reside In planned In Grace Methodist FURNITURE and APPLIANCES WITH TRAOIWl

The bride Is a student at Church, Lawtey. Hours 8 to 5:10Appointment GUARANTEE
Santa Fe Junior College and There Is A Bad The brl It employed at Publlx Super) Consult Your Telephone
of Bradford High School. Directory
market. Mr. Talley graduated from If Preferred ,
'The groom I r. a student at
in 1970 and U
now serving
U. of F. and 1a employed atWJ1IOO' in the OA Navy. Phone 964.5030 U
Department Stereo

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PN l Know New Carp's ManagerAt Store
'.4 fau

Robert A. Ward, formerlyof
Crestview, Is the new manager BALDW INChevroleiO
,I of Carp's department store

Dinner Given Stork ShowerFor Austin In Starke. ,
Margaret Mr Ward has been with the

For C ////-Flynn/ M rs. BranhamAt Bridal Shower Carp's organization( for 2 1/2
years managing stores In
Wedding Party Martin HomeMrs. Crestvlew and Milton, Fla.,andThomasvllle. Ids
Miss Margaret Austin was Ala.
honored with a miscellaneous He and his wife, Deborah and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Pri- Harold Branham was
tchard of Tonawanda. N,?. entertained honored at a stork shower last shower Monday night", given by their flve-month-old son, Robert -
at a dinner party Fri- Friday night given by Mrs. W. Misses Beverly Hoi lings worth, Cameron ar a residingat
day evening at the Holiday Inn E. Lawson Mrs. O.T. Derk- DIanne Debbie Dyal, Dolores SaW and 204 S. Glenn St. In Starke. Presents
at the home
for their son, Frank Jay Cog- man, Mrs. C.E.; Scott of Brook- Mrs Purvis Brown. of
dell, and fiancee. Miss Annetta er and Mrs. G.S. Martin at the
Flynn following the couple's home or the latter on 301 North. Games were played and prizes Denmark Named
were awarded to
Mrs Louise
wedding rehearsal.The A green and yellow color motif
Austin SFJC Chairman
Mrs. Ethel Norman,and
honor presented was carried out In the
guests party
Wilkerson The
gifts to their attendants and decorations. The refreshmenttable
to each other during tile din was covered with a green gifts.honoree received many useful s.G. Denmark of Starke was NEW CARS

nero linen cloth decorated: with yellow Refreshments were served to elected by the Santa Fe Junior
Attending were members of bows along the border. the 35 guests by the hostess. College Board of Trustees as
the wedding party and the Immediate Centering the table was a tall Its chairman for the 1971-
families. stork. 72 school year at the annual
Games and prizes were en- Mr. W.F. Glenn Sr. and Mr. reorganizatlonal session 1971 1972
joyed by the 20 guests and Mrs. W.F. Glenn Jr. spent Mr. Denmark started ser or
the past weekend from Friday vice with the college when San-
to Monday visiting relatives in ta Fe opened In 1966 as a mem-
Capt. W.A. Rawls and family Columbus and Albany Ga. ber from Bradford County on Come Out And
of Crystal River were week the Advisory Committee, which [ Today For Yourself Why|
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Johns later became the Board of ,
!lIew Arrivals John Myers. and sons spent the weekend in Trustees. He was recently re- "
Barnesvtlle, Ga. where they enrolled appointed by Gov. Askew to a Many People Think "Sooner Or LaterWe're
Misses Janel! Goodman and their son, Dale In Gor- term expiring May 31, 1975.
Lucille Kauflman are visiting don Military College.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Lee in Lake City where they are
announce the birth of a daugh- attending Lake City Junior Col- Mr. and Mrs.Albert Williamsof Judge AdkinsTo Favorite Dealer"New

ter, Jejetta Michelle on August lege Oxford were Sunday visitorsof Speak at
17, In the Bradford County Hos- Mrs. Carolyn Re grave.
pital. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barkerare Lake Butler Fete .
staying in the Glover cot- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hurst and '!\\iI', '

Bradford County hospital announces tage on KIngsley Lake while family attended the wedding of State Supreme Court Justice .
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the following births: their new home Is under con- Miss Marilyn thltty; to Michael James C. Adkins will be a ,. 'ill.j" '"
Mr. and Mrs. David Harold struction. Wilkes In Valdosta, Ga. last featured speaker at the Golden ".''. 'i. _'_ ,0 .
Martin Lake Geneva a son, Saturday morning. They visited Anniversary Celebration of
Dallas Omego, Aug. 23. Wayne Blankenshloofth Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chitty the founding of Union County
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bernard versity of Georgia Is home for in Lakeland, Ga. Saturday af 50 years ago.
Curtis, Hampton, a daugh- three weeks before returningfor ternoon. The celebration is set for
ter, Helen Denise Aug. 29. his last quarter. Satur 9, at Lakeside
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Faber Re-EUcl Ken Fuqua Park ayl.aOct. .

Starke a son, Adam Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper Chief of Police. Union County was created by
Tremayne, Aug. 30. attended the funeral of Mrs. legislative act in 1921, from
Ada Barber inCrossCltyTues- Mrs. L.A. Taylor Jr. and the area of Bradford County R 4 3S aps J
day afternoon daughters of Jacksonville spent lying west of New"Rlver.The

Mrs. W.II. Holland Is In Dublin the weekend with her parents county; was divided to settle a
Ga. for two weeks visiting George W, Brown who suffered Mr. and Mrs.Merritt Williams. 60-year dispute between Starke
relatives. ) a heart attack, Is a patIent and Lake Butler over which
in Alachua General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe town should be the county

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Red- lie Is out of Intensivecare and children of Sanford visited seat.
but Is not allowed to have
dish and their
family visited Week- parents, Mrs. Eollne
eewatchle Springs on Sunday. visitors. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Ro- Re-Elect Ken Fuqua,

bert Green over the weekend.Mr. Chief of Police.
Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby
Fuqua, visited Mr. and Mrs.J.B. Dans and Mrs. John Reeves of
Chief of Police. by In Perry Sunday. Texas and Florida are visiting Miss Joan Whelchel of San-
Mr. and Mrs. George K. Ben- ford spent the weekend with 1972 ChevroletsOn
Little Sandra Gamble of Live Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck and nett at KIngsley Lake this her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Oak, who was flower girl In children of Palatka and Mr. week. The Bennetts will return Mrs. Charles Sawyer, at
the Gamble-Page wedding on and Mrs. Henry Richarde Jr. to their home In Orlando Kingsley Lake.
August 13, was inadvertently and daughter, Kathy, of Gainesville Friday after spending the summer -
left out of the write-up In last were Saturday visitors of at the lake.R..EI.ct Mrs. John Coolsy and sons, Display Now!
week's paper.' their mother, Mrs. H.M. Ri Mr. and Mrs. S.R. Hicks returned -
charde Sr. on Kathy's second Sunday from two weeks
birthday. Ken Fuqua, vacation in Colorado.

ters Dr.of and Hattlcsburg Mrs. Donald, Miss Win-are !Mrs. H.C. Ritch and Mrs. Chief of Police. Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Cole Act Fast On The>< 1971 's Still In Stock A ml Save
of Portland, Ore., visited Mr.
visiting his mother,Mrs.Char- H.M. Richarde visited Mrs.
lotte Winters, and Dr. and Mrs. W.C. WhItten in St. Augustine Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Flip. Cole's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
II.G. Itollinger Tuesday to Sunday afternoon. pin of Knoxvillo, Tenn. were J.L. Cole, for two weeks at Like Never Before! "See You Soon"
Friday.Mr. Thursday to Saturday guests Grandin Lake Shores Gary had
Miss Kav Srhmlft hug. returned of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shal- completed four years of duty
and Mrs. John Myers to her home in Winter ler. In the Army, and will now enroll -
attended the Florida State Park after spending the sum- at Portland University.
Chamber of Commerce exe- mer here as Youth Workerat Ed Shull and son( Gary of
cutive meeting in Orlando last the First United Methodist the Panama Canal Zone, were Re-Elect Ken Fuqua,
Thursday to Saturday. Church. last Thursday dinner guests of Chief of Police.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gilder. -sUSED fARSIt;
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwin
Mr. and Mrs. W.O. Lambertof Local admittances to Brad-
Newport are visiting Mr.and and daughter, Cheryl, of Arcadia Buddy Gilder of Fernandina ford County Hospital this week
Mrs. John Greene this week. and Lt. J.B. Godwin Jr. visit his parents Mr. and
of Fort Denning, Ga. will Mrs. R.H. Gilder and family include "Mrs. Goida Crist
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Seymourand spend the long weekend with relatives from Saturday to Wednesday.Mrs. Mrs. Sarah Wilson, Mrs. Betty 1969 DODGE CORNETT 4 DOOR 1969 VW WAGON
Jane Dames Mrs.Carolyn Car-
Mr. and Mrs. C.N. Christy
vacationed In Key West and Mark Hamilton and ver, Mrs.Lucy lIerlong,Geroge V8 Auto Radio & Heater, Power Steering Clean One Owner Automatic Tront.,
Miami last week. Ken Fuqua children of Tampa are visiting Mahalko, Mrs. Gertrude McBride Power Brakes, Air Conditioned, Radio & Heater & Air Conditioned,
her parents ,Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Vergle F, McRae,
Chief of Police. New Radial Tires Sharp
This It A Bradford County
Clean. X
N.B. Rosier at the State Farm Mrs. Irene Brooks, Mrs.Carrie
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shaw and
Gina James GuilloUe of Wilmington and Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton Rhoden Starke; Mrs. Dorothy Sheriff D.pt. Cor And Has Been W.II
daughter, and Mrs. F.J. $1899.00
Shaw returned Sunday from a Dela. was a recent visitorof while Mr. Hamilton is Engleke, Melrose; Mrs. Adle Maintained And li In Good Running
three weeks camping trip to Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddishand working in Lake City Tuesdayto Rhoden and Ronnie Harris Rai- Condition Buy This Cor With Compl.teConfidence
ford Chert Shuford and Randall 1968 PONTIAC CAT.
Minnesota and Canada. Mr. family. Thursday. : "New Paint" Price
Sapp, Lawtey; Mrs. Ethel Neu-
Shaw attended the National Legislative Mr. and Mrs. John Adams Mr. and Mrs. Steve Weldon mans, Macclenny; William L. $1588.00' 4 Dr. H.T., Powering Steering & Brakes
while Conference in Minneapolis of Athens, Ga. are spendingthe and family of Macclenny visited Reynolds Sr.,Keystone Heights; And Air Conditioned, A Steel At-
away. long weekend at the Ryder Mrs. Gladys Weldon on Sunday. Thoma McCullough Hampton.\
cottage on KIngsley Lake.AAAAAAAAAAAT. $1798.00
Miss Annie Darby underwent
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surgery Monday In St; Luke's
Hospital.Mrs. 1968 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX

COUPE Solid Green Black Interior, 351, V8,
of Och-
John W. Griffin
Standard Shift R&H, Good And Clean.
lochnee, Ga. Is spending sev- Loaded Clean And Road Ready
Fully Under Wholesale
eral days with her sister Miss
Lillian Stump.
$1995.00 $1399.00 Firm

Lex Green and son, P.A.
Green Jr. of Gainesville, attended 1970 OLDS 98 4 DR. HARD TOP
1 the Southeast region

showing of the 1972 Bulcks In 1969 CHRYSLER WAGON Just Like New In Every Way, Sold
= Atlanta Wednesday. At that
: ae time General Motors clUed M. Thi* I It A 9 Pa... Wagon With Every New By Ut, Under Fact.WattontySove

Green Sr. for 25 years of thing On It Sold New By Starke Chy.
continuous service as Buick Ply. Going For Only. $3695.00
dealer in Starke.

t el $2995.00 1962 CHY. II 2 DOOR
s Mr. and Mrs.J.L. Cole, formerly -
of Starke, visited the A.
Runt Good New Look At This
OFSTARKE W. KIrkland and Paul Canova ( Tog)

families recently. 1970 CHEVY TOWNSMAN, WAGON $395.00

FLA. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Harrell Power Steering! And Broke, Air Cond.,
of Eastman, Ga. were guests 23,000 Miles, Good Tires, Clean, One 1964 OPEL 2 DOOR SEDAN
several days last week of Mr. Owner.
and Mrs. Vernon Reddish. .4 Speed Trans., Heater, Clean "WOW"

Features'Steamboat Mrs. H.H. Adams. Mrs. J. $2695.00 $395.00STARKE
II. Mosely and Mrs. Kate Sheppard -
were Tuesday luncheon
guests of Mrs J.M. Vickers
In Brunswick Ga. Mrs. Sheppard -
remained with Mr. and
Round' Buffet Mrs. M.H. Sheppard In Bruns-
wick for the weekend.


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ley Harbor subdivision on thewestern the boards nome.-Again rejected Mrs. WtaU

Local Schools Open Smoothly be delayed Up until of Lake his negotiations Geneva- George rezoning_Approved J.of Elchermuller 31 request acres on U.S.for of fred place Crawford's a mobile home'application at me rear te

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were 301 (recently purchased from of her real estate
Simpson began his development Ben Suslow) from RIB (residential Indian Beach section of Santa
several years ago and )) to RM permitting Fe Lake. Mrs. Crawford presented
created much concern locally The a petition with the signatures
School' opening Monday 1* Labor Day: holiday but doubted a head count of 270 students middle school. Tuesday was when It was rumored he planned mobile home filed park.with the board only owuer. oC<
described by local educators they will make up the entire Tuesday, about the same as termed hectic but fast by BUS the council. He has .served as to sell lots for mobile homes.He objection Mrs. Loyree LaNier of property of4ce .taUna
was by her
normal and smooth for Brad- loss. last term. Several students expected Principal Charles Francis as chairman. Elected In 1965 In presented a plat to the whose home is Just south of that they nod no objections to
ford's some 4,000 pupils as Another theory Is that Bradford to report were missing students straightened out schedules a race with Dr. Calvin Houpt County Commission In September the Elchermuller property; line.
they began yet another 180-day County; may be witnessing however, and that Is being and got ready to settle McRae was re-elected In 1967 1969 before the Zoning Denied a request by J.B. her proposal. 68 of the
term. the end of the local World Warn checked out now PrInci- down to a regular schedule of without opposition then beat Board was activated but the White for a portion Reading from page
No problems were xty'eeelghtaichhoola baby boom. School officials, pal Curtlss Mariowe. Marlowe classes.A Mrs. Elvira DeVoe in 19J9. plan was never approved by Highway 16 code, Keifer said this section'
of his property on board granting
other for Instance were told to expect said his school has fewer kin- new Idea being tried at the Commission prevented the
50 fewer first BHS Mayor Carl Hurst, 44. and OR (( rural)) to a variance to the mobile
; graders dergarteners and a smaller fifth this term Is two hour Edwards Slm reportedly is taking West from open "
the usual first days hectic and 50 fewer kindergarten grade than last year.School' classes which meet every veteran City Clerk Merrill the position that his property R1C (.same as RIB residential home ban"atthepresentttme.
students found their dents than last are both home free since mobile His motion to deny Mrs. Craw-
activity; as year. opening at Lawtey other day. was "grandfathered" in since but permitting
places and had schedules straightened Other than the number of was termed smooth by Mar- An 841 student count was reported they drew no opposition. Hurst he presented his plat before homes). Mr. White was told ford' request was unanimously
out. pupils, no unusual situations lowe. for BUS Monday down has 11 years In city governmentas Bradford County; was zoned. that his proposed 75xlOO-foot: approved
At Bradford High as usual developed Monday or Tuesday "A very nice first day" was from the 900 students expected. councilman and mayor. Edwards He has since moved in our Iota would not meet State Boardof Paul H. Waging was given
the changing of schedules oc- says Supt. Tom Casey. He has reported for Brooker Elemen- Is entering his seventh trailer (supposedly to be used Health requirements tor Installation permission to advertise for a
curing the first two days kept asked principals to have their tarv's 133 pupils. Attendance term having first been electedIn as an office for his development of individuals septic change from EA (exclusive agricultural -
teachers from retting anywhere staffs double check the situation la up some over last term. Ratty 1959. ) and has reportedly started tanks and water systems. ) to MP (Industrial)
near an accurate head count of students expected to report New Principal Dewey McKIn- 264 new voters had registeredIn construction on one house. --Cave Woodrow Crlffls per- on property east of Highway
Biggest surprise perhaps Is but didn't to fee whether ney says he and his five teach- the city;,when the books closed mission to advertise for rezoning 16 and Just south of Morgan
that at several elementary they have moved or will merely ers plan stress more person- (From Peg t 1)) at noon Saturday 86 of the new A letter from Simpson was his home property on Road, purchased from the Gen-
schools as well a. Bradford be late reporting."It alized Instruction for the first term on the city; council, registrants were 18 to 21 yearsof read to the board Tuesday night the railroad north of Starke try estate.
Middle School fewer students was the best opening we've county's; smallest school. having won In 1969 over Incumbent a/.. The clerk's office 'was stating that he had been attempting (not fronting on Sol) from EA Joe Kerrigan, submitting a
reported than were expected. had In years," said Southslde Hampton Elementary was one Gerald Williams and Mrs. busy this week going over "me to obtain bulldlnet ocrmlt (exclusive agricultural))) to MP verbal request for Installationof
Southslde Elementary was down Principal James C, Hobbs. SS of the few schools to reporta Maurice White. He has served COOKS and could not give the total for Lot 11, since last July 1. (Industrial.) Grlffls told the a mobile home on property
about 73: pupils, Starke Ele- enrollment the first two days gain In student population four years as a Starke policeman number of qualified voters. Simpson enclosed a certificate board tie wanted to place a (not his own) on Silver Lake,
mentary about 40 ; and the was around 475 down from last Principal Leonard Register reported Is a Starke laundry operator check and requested that the fibreglass shop on his propertyfor ; was told that the board must
middle school about 60 from term's average attendanceof 232 students Monday on and Is employed as a permit be issued immediately.Since the manufacture of boats, have written application from
last year's final enrollment. 550 students. Ms rolls. Some new students mechanic by Terwlllegar Mo Zoning. Simpson's lots do not tool boxes, and similar Items. the owner of the property.;
Nobody had a precise explanation A count of 562 pupils was reported came In from Alachua Countyand ; tors. meet the board's "Intent" for -Gave David Hodges permission Tuesday, Sept. 14, at 8 p.m.
for this, except that Monday for Starke Ele- some new ones live In the Rosier 38, was Starke Police (From Page 1)) 100-foot waterfront, Sanders to advertise for rezoning was set by the board for Its first
school started here a week ear mentary, a little under the 600 Shady Oak Trailer Park on chief for three terms, 1961.67 advised the members to hold two acres ofprcperty on In a series of work sessions
lier than usual and some students students expected, according to Hampton Lake. He was defeated 1,025 to 607 100-foot specification.Attorney up action until he conferred U.S. 301, Just north of Thomp- with attorney Sanders to cor-
perhaps, are still vacationing Principal Phil Vellenga. Both "As few problems as we've by Bobby Biggs In 1967. In the Sanders told trie with Mmpson's attorneys son's Garage, from EA to OR rect some of the deficiencies
with their parents. he and Hobbs say they expect ever had," was Register's report last election In '69, Rosser developers that he had never In other action Tuesday night (open rural, allowing mobile in the code.

Principals said at the schools affected to- some students to report after of Hampton opening. lost out to Fuqua In a close seen a complicated code document that . .. __ __. __ __.__ u..
they expected Labor Day.Lawtey Smooth openings were repor- race. He now lives In Saratoga such as a toning A X x
pick up some pupils after the Elementary reported ted at Bradford High and the Heights having recently was drawn up 100 per cent

-.- ---.-- ______.______.u moved Into Starke from the correctly the first time, and
Pine Breeze Subdivision He was not subject to different Re-Elect '
has served 7 1/2 years on the Interpretations. He said that "
Vote For local police force. Including a two years from now, errors tai to
year and a half as a policeman and oversights would still be
And SupportT. Local Insurance agent Ver- cropping up and would haveto JIMMY
non Slicox created, a three way be corrected as they ap McRAE
r ; race for the open Group 4 seat peared.
being vacated by Bowen. He, Art Kelfer who was Installed -
CARLTON groceryman Ernest Allen, and Tuesday night.a member
flreman-pulpwood operator of the Zoning Board to replace -' City Council
Carlton Chastaln are runningthe Edward Wainwright (re-I
.lgned\> said he agreed with
council seat. All are newcomers ,
CHASTAINFOR to city politics. Torode that the board's intent '
Chastain, 51, Is employed by was for 100-foot frontage on) GROUP 2 ; y
the U.S. Navy at the Cecil Field lakes. His motion was unanimously -
Fire Department and also carries approved that the board
on a pulpwood operation accept Sanders suggestion to *
here. A west Lafeyette Street take the matter under advise- Experienced 1
CITY COUNCILMANGROUP resident;. he Is the son of the ment, with an opinion to be given -
former county; commissioner by Sanders at the Septem- Capable
Jessie Chastaln and the late ber meeting.
T.C. Chastaln. He has lived Sanders said he was also Sincere '
4 In Starke over 20 years. conferring with attorneys for \;
Silcox has been In the Insurance a third developer, Clyde Simpson .
business here for the of Jacksonville who was
A Man Who Will Serve Your past 18 years and Is a lifelong not present or represented at \ ,
resident of Starke. He Tuesday's meeting Sanders NOT SPONSORED BY ANY GROUP .

City With Honesty lives. In the Bessent Road sec regard suggested to Simpson's that any Plum action Val-in -AA * * * * * *)

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Day Care Center Sought Civitans Adopt Attendance Rules
SCS Directed To Protect

Parents Urged To
Cooperate Twen -.1ght Stark Civitans Hemophiliac project sponsoredby Other guest from Gainesville
Rare And Endangered SpeciesThe and three guest from the the Gainesville Clvltan Club, were Ed Sengletary and Reeves
The DayCare Economic Development Alliance Gainesville Clvltan Club attended The project. If underwritten by Byrd The Gainesville Club
Committee met Wednes
) and North Florida
the Starke Clvltan Clubs the Clvltan Invited the Starke Clvltan Clubto
area Clubs would
day Aug. 25, at (7 pjn. at the Child Care System'
monthly business meeting. substantially reduce the expense meet with the Chlefland} and
Service Centerfor '
Neighborhood Mr. and Mrs. Orleman and
election of officers. The southern bAld nnele. A- monitors to obtain informa- During the business meeting of transferring blood for Gainesville Clubs at Camp 0'
an : Mn. ether Mack were Invited as "SCS technical programs of lend for
meeting was well attended by to go to Tallahassee Sat- merican alligator at Florida tion on actions or conditions assistance to landowners have new attendance by laws wore the patients, according to Mr. a family ptcnlconSept.
Interested' parents and several urday as local representatives sandhill crane and dusky seaside that could be damaging to the alwavs had a favorable Impacton voted' upon and the club approvedthe Lou Schellng, one of the guestfrom
public officials.Officers on the NFCCS and NFMDA sparrow are among rare species' environment wildlife In Florida despite donation of $100 to the the Gainesville Club.
elected at this time meeting from 11 aim to 4 p.m. and endangered species that "SCS people' will help pre- certain criticisms that are popular .atltr = !...-. Leer!a.lrease.I .A
were Edward Orleman chair- They will bring back information have enlisted the aid of tho pare a watchllst of Florida'srare today," Burns said.
man; Miss Myrtle away, also from Mrs. Kay country's largest conservation and endangered animal "More than 7,000 ponds and ,
secretary; Mr*. Beatrice Or- Mtklus. NFMDA representative agency in their struggle to preserve and plant species," Burns sold. lakes have been built In Flor-
leman parent representative; for North Florida ChildCare a share of the environ- "We plan to keep our 48 ida. These reservoirs are bas-
Miss Frances Jenkins and Mrs. Systems.The ment In which to live and pros- local offices Informed of Just ically 'conservation pools' not t t tt
Juanita Carter Survey Com- next meeting of the what these species are, where only In the sense that they
mittee. Bndford County Committeewill per.What this means is that the they probably occur and other store water for use later but
After the election Rev. John be held Monday. Sept. 13, employees of the Soil Conservation Information regarding their In their effect on feeding and I tt
Flynn of St. Mark's Episcopal at 7:30: p.m. at the Neighborhood Service (SCS) of the V,S. numbers habitat critical factors resting places for waterfowl. t
Church gave a short talk Service Center RJE au- Department of Agriculture have and the like. They have created several thou-
stressing that If the communitywants ditorium.All been directed to partlclqpte In "With professional conservationists sand acres of surface water I ( s t s
a good Day Care Center parents and other parSons the nationwide cffor to pro- headquartered In 48 throughout the State. Hundreds t t tt
for Bradford County,more par- Interested In a Day Care rare and endangered plants and field locations In Florida we of miles of 'edge habitat' a-
ents should get together on the Center for Bradford County are animals according to Hampton feel that SCS: Is uniquely cap round these ponds favor many
committee., with much Interest asked to attend this Important Burns head of SCS: programs able of playing a vital role In species of birds and animals. t
and efforts as only a short meeting. Only a short time for Florida. monitoring the situation" "Terraces waterways, re- t
time remains In which to com- remains In which to get this SCS gulldlinos for participation Hums continued. forestation and good land use
plete the organizational work In needed project: under way. In the broad national "We are asking all district practices help keep streamsand
order to obtain matching funds For further Information call program were outlined In a conservationists to examine local lakes clear. Most of our 4 5,p17ST t? I tt
through NFMEDA (North Fla. or visit your Neighborhood Ser- policy memorandum that SCS and SCS-asslsted programs recommended practices pro- 64EASY.
vice Center 9645689. reached the agency's field office to evaluate effects on mote Insoak, assuring a more
about July I. Tlie memora- Uise plants and animals, and constant ground water supply. t tt
Kerrigan ToAUendConference ndum lists actions that will he recommend any action needed And many If not most soil t
I taken to contribute to the overall for their protection." conservation district coopera-
national effort to protectand tors Include wildlife food, Water -
Aging: preserve the Imperiled srectes. The Secretary of Interior Is and cover In their conservation t t tt
Joseph Kerrigan, presidentof "" "" required by law to Issue annually farm plans."Thoughtless .
the Senior Citizens between now and November 28, "A list of some 14 species a list of rare and endangered killing uncontrolled -
has received an Invitation from Including recommendations on of birds, mammals and rep- fish and wildlife species burning, and other Irresponsible t
of Income In the\ United States. t
housing tiles has been
President Nixon to be an official compiled as rare acts were often
transportation Those listed that foundIn
edu- are
or endangered for the Sum
delegate to the White the
greatest threat to and
cation and Florida Include tho Ever- rare
spiritual well being. of Florida. ihe and
House Conference names "
on Aging endangered species Bums
These will be glades kite,Cape Sable t
presented at the sparrow -
h h..ld Nov 28-Dec. 2 at the habitats of these animals have said. He does It by mall.
Washington Hilton Hotel conference. been sent to )ur field offices! Florida manatee and ,
,,Washington Florida "But now the principal hazard Beats walking. And the weather.
D.C. Kerrigan said there are now In the counties." Burns said. The SCS panther.has given technical Is the destruction of habi- And Its as easy
Mr. Kerrigan will 26 million elderly and disabled "We are asking our field tat ,
from \
represent assistance to the Audubon Soc resulting human activities. t .s asking us for a free Bank- y-Msil form.
Area n, Including Bradford, people In the U.S. and his num- employees to be continunlh!! a- These Include some re-
Clay Union, and Baker coun ber will Increase to an estimated lert to conditions, actions, or iety at Corkscrew Sanctuary In yreuuon acuviaes lumbering,
ties. He said that policies will 33 million by the year trends that may adversely affect construction of food fish! ponds industrialization urbanization '
be prepared at area meetings 2000. the vrlfare of such species for wood'stork that nest near- and the like. e
and report such situations by. rood sometimes becomes "No doubt these activitieswill LORI
-a Seeaea-.._- ----- promptly," Burns said. critical during rearing season continue" Burns said 1 IDA
,I Actions outlined require coordinated and these ponds will help during "but we recognize the environmental -, t
efforts with tho state hese crlsos.BurnssaId. Impacts and must dIrect .
wildlife conservation agency, that the SCS cooperative our management attention .1' I'
I one'I I scientists and other Individuals f- work In this area and technical skills to select- t
and organizations. "I'( ;; would represent better utilization Ing alternatives that will mini-
employees will,if needed, serve of the agency for overall mize adverse effects." Member Federal DepDtlt Inaunuica Corp.
LONGHORN8ESTAURANT environmental Improvement

Millions of Vets EligibleFor change but that In It did SCS not principles represent of a Elect Ew.ll Lawson Your t Suh-iduuy Of FloHda National Bank Ol Florida Inc.Skide's t

Home Loan licncfita, conservation. City Councilman ---- --- ... ... ... ----'

Approximately seven million
I World War n and Korean Conflict -

I U.S, 301 SOUTH OPEN 24 HOURS homes veterans withVAguarantecdloaiis who financed their Pre-Season SaleKeep

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I OVIO AND THELMA NORMAN I II veterans who may qualify wider
the program have accrued about
I Specialising In Home-Cooked Meal I II $37.5 billion in unused home

I Using Only Fresh Vegetables I II are loan veterans benefits,who Dixon obtained said. These loans DOES EVERYTHING

I And Meat during the years when loan .
guaranty was substantially tower

I LUNCHEON SPECIAL-$1.50 I than.'now, the dlrectmexplained. i.
Choice of' Three Vegetables I The current VVloan (gtiai-.

Meat- Tea or Coffee antee, which has been: In effect
since May 7, 1968 is a maximum -
I SERVED DAILY FROM 12 NOON of $12,500.r CO" of the'
I loan, whichever Is less. '1 his
-------- ---- -----.
can be compared with the! $4.-
000 or 50% maximum guarantee -
set when V A first startedIts
Home Loan program afterWorld
SAMPLE War II, DIxon said.
BALLOT This maximum was lucruii OIl
to $7,500, or BO'!;, on !*n.t. I I. I Pre-Season Central Heating SpecialEnjoy
FIRST PRIMARY 1951 and was raised to ll-e
current $12,5110( maximum <>n

GENERAL ELECTION May 7, 1068.According. to Dixon any vet- Tire Comforts of Carrier Central Heating

eran who financed his home
Starke, Bradford County, Florida with a VA guaranteed loan before f Economical Even Heat all "
May 7. 1968. now has either over your Act Now! This special goo for Limited

SEPTEMBER 14. 1971 $5,000 or $$8,5(10( homo i Home. Installed Quickly and Efficiently Time only.
loan entitlement available, de-
To vote for a person whose name is printed on the pending the actual date when by our Trained Mechanics

ballot mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of f he received his first loan.

the name of the person for whom you desire to vote. want Veterans to establish and servicemen eligibility who to 7 OUTLETS WITH 1 RETURN, ADD CARRIER AIR CONDITIONING

CITY CLERK entitlement remaining from
For Two Years Vote for One I their original CI; loans are & GAS FURNACE CENTRALLY LOCATED 24,000 BTU's
urged to contact their local
County Service Officer or anj $695 $590
MERRILL EDWARDS Ii office of the VA, or write Mr.
Dixon at Box M37 St. I'cters- A

burg, Fla. 33731.

-- PreSeasonSALE
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CHIEF OF POLICEFor The difTireii', i. I 1.> I ,.\- i n a i Modern Gas And Warni-Up K jE .
big wheel and one" that' Ix i II.u' Nl "
Two Years Vote for OneFor I t
G 1 1SAp1 I
depends on how mm h ''II' i
leaked out John II. (ill CliarmglawMake wi ,

JIMMY BOWEN I_I Boor, The Tn-rount> M"[ T4i'? / ifrChitiH / I 1
News! The Difference
I I' '
'". v you c in hair all thr fun COOL CABINET
i onk-nut, without the
WILLIAM F. (BILL) ROSSER I I ." >s and tt\tv s of/ the old- TAT 40.000 BTU .
I.hioned, charcoal. 'fire, be-
'UMAYOR I ,awe hntmglou: / gas barfiii's il Tile /x 1St Word in Comfort
'' 111'0" you COOK ing per*
'e,','In with the speed and
lepcmliibilitv of mo"rn5.! Dearborn Healer<< 5WEGLERCcntrnl ||
4nd YOU get that tang/ l outdoor
Vote for One harheijuc taste with
Two Years
Aak really omen from the smoke
n .of meat, imce dripping. on Tim
CARL HURST Charley t ;; .il< radr.nt, long-life' Charm- Wall
'! ;r. ti e Porcelain Cabinet Life Tlmene
1--1 elfcleanbuilding, FROM Stay Cool Cabinet Fiberglass In- In- Furnace
no long wait to 'sulated
i itart no more uncontrolledheat
COUNCILMAN Ior dependable results .S/7.fTJ BTU HEATS
For Group 2 John II". mud"rnIn/ and Charm- PRE SEASON SALE ........... $68.77C 65,000 -
glow the IN way In cook V UP TO 6 ROOMS
For Two Years Vote for One About The Question: Including
n "Fraud losses! from the EWELL LAWSON Illegal use of lost or stolen! year' of, trouble free use l'
credit cards has increased MAGIC CHEF Wall Th.fmo"t.t K"P ...n I
1 I I Add Beauty To Your Home ) _' t.mp.ratur. Counter Flow -
seven times this l. .
JAMES E. (JIMMY) McRAE year user It c) Pulli unu t4 h..1 off c tllnnd ..
IU Jut year" slates a credit with -:..T "! RANGE .p.4. u.back. vanly need ov It.rih
--- a 1j 1--' floor wh r you
card manager. It someone ., j' Economical' to Install and .conomtetl ",I
takes a two week all-ex- I CharmgloTVGAS j I I to op.r.t.. Pile and f
Kurv Coal.
Completely por Side v.a..t Small
peitM trip to Hawaii on my I. ceUin inside and out No
COUNCILMAN credit card I want it to I LIGHT lingering. Heat. Oven .door
Smokelev broiling.
For Group 4 doted
Vote for One be me! Can Insurance ngainst I Convenient Lighting while __; -_ j No Match No Guess cork
For Two Years unathorized use of Automatic throughout Clock $199.00
adding modern elegance to kt. PRE SEASON SALE --------
J mer */ Oven lindow
a credit card be added toa I your Home. ,-: -
n Homeowner ?" of. Colon
Policy Choice

CARLTON CHASTAIN I_1 Charley E. ''- $29.95 INCLUDING POST Other Prom Mod.lt......-.S 159.0 0 $199UDEPENDABILITY SLADEGAS


VERNON D. SILCOX 131 So. Walnut St.
Ul Phone 944-6070 I 332 W. Madison 'S ; Phone '"-710.1

---yam: September! 2, ICJ71 Tciegraph Page/ S

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Bond One Withdrawal County Incomes, Retail Sales County Has Larry ReddishIs
Leaves 4
Sales Increase Hampton Seeking Council Top National Average Here 7,972 Vehicles FSU Grad

Bradford Countians had $30- amount of money actually spentIn George Larry Reddish Red-sot
Last Year of Mr. and Mrs.Ceorge
Mrs. Hazel Thomas Its retail stores as com-
an- 192,000 to spend during the past According to the number of dish. Starke has completed at
with the estimated
nounced yesterday that she was u year after payment of taxes, license plates sold, there are ,requirements for a Bachelor ot<<
withdrawing as a candidate for according to reports containedin amount, based on several factors about 7,972 moving vehicles In the School ol
July sales] of Series E and Science degree
re-election to the
H U.S. Savings Bonds In FlorIda City a new, copyrighted study that might have been spent. In Bradford County this year. Business at Florida Slat* Uni!
Council because
of her
released by Sales Management This Is called the "Index of A breakdown by the tax col-
were$]0.2 million- up$3.9 ment with the State of the
versify during summei
]1970. SavIngs the marketing publication, entitled buying power. lector's office shows, through
million over July -
Bonds sales In Department of Welfare. "Survey or Buying Po- The index rating for Bradford Monday, 2,174 plain car tags quarter. .
during The election will County is .0050 Indicating that 'W' 158WW Reddish will anent a brlel
sold 2,155 car tags.
totaled $70 million the Tuesday Sept. 14, at wer. It Is capable of producing that truck vacation with his parents be-
I or
first seven months of this vear- Hall, with polls open This$7,364 represents for each an family averageof In percentage of the nation's retail tags and 247 'Mil or mobile tore pursuing a position In his
same tags
up $13.1 million over the a.m. to 7 p.m. i business. major field of study, hotel and
Increase home licenses.Deadline
period a year ago. Florid The roster of ? the county-- an over restaurant
Because it accounted for less 1971 management.
the $6,774. for purchasing
reached 71.1of its annual Sav- prior year's
didates to date Is as : than that last (.0044
year. per without being liable -
The Increase In buying power licenses plate
ings Bonds sales goal on July For Mayor: Arthur amounted to 8.7 per cent,whichIs cent), the determination Is that for a penalty was August ., .
31] which Is 9.4% above Its pro- P.M. Lott, Jr. substantially more than the some of the local business pot 20.
jected sales attainment for the For City Clerk: average Increase of S.I repor- ential has not yet been realized. Richard Nixon say/ that
seven months. Ingenlath Incumbent), ted nationally. In Florida the Although 1970 was plagued by when, ,In gate at column in
ren Supsky. ( Increase the problems of recession. Inflation The ht it reminded of
verage per familywas unquenchable Washington
S.L. Peek, Jr., Bradford For two Council seats estimated at 5.6 per cent. and unemployment, the says that at least optimist the dtcllnf.of Greece and
County Volunteer Savings Bonds Beal, A.C. Dennison ( What did local residents do survey Indicates that the Brad- meat reduces lob'uiwmploy.ablenteeJam. Rome. Columnist* get blamed
Chairman, reported July bond bent). P.H. Lott, Sr., ii with their lanrer Incomes? Toa ford County market was strong /for everything./
sales In the county were $17- Roark. considerable extent, the Increase er than most In the nation. *
905. He stated the county had For City Marshal:
achieved 67.9% or Its annual till, Hershel Parker, was absorbed by the .-.. ... 4......... .. . . . .
demands of Inflation. -
sales goal by July 31. Thomas. -
For the most part, the sur-
t plus-- If any-- was put Into
-! anticipated future Elect
savings for
'i" purchases or for the prover-
t-- i ;"" d bial "rainy days."
The bulk of the Income, how- VERNON D.
ever, went Into the channels of ,
May We Suggest L. trade, as usual. As a result
t t local] stores accounted for more
than 50 per cent of the total ,
with gross sales of$16,010,000.The .
Sales Management survey SILCOX//
t For any bereaved ones wishing to rates each community on the <,

memorials: of a lasting nature ...
t : 'j",' TO YOUR !
t ;;;; Wrecks .
Your contributions to the Crosby Lake fla.'k' Council I
t Cemetery Trust Fund f for perpetual t tto Prizes (Cont'd from page 1)) City '

of the Cemetery will be a living denly and the two abandoned the GROUP 4 __
t the memory of your departed loved flrey automobile.In I-1

ones, assuring them a resting phce car the, process Underbill of bumped abandoningthe his
beauty and. dignity. CapableSincere Reliable _
head and was taken to the BCH
t t, for treatment.
The Bradford Volunteer Fire
Your Vote And Support Deeply Appreciated
Department extinguished the
as one wants to make It.
Memorials be made in the form of
t may fire, but not before it had com-
contributions to the Find and mailed ,, working Mis. Fancher on a pitcher Is presontly called pletely Pontiac.gutted the Interior the . . ... .

P.O. Box 368, Starke, Fla.; in the "Stations of the Cross," which
t of the one to whom you wish to pay t tbe I she hopes to enter In the cera- 1
tribute. An acknowledgement card mic show In Jacksonville next

sent;b.r.the Association to the fami year.Mrs. carter ,

t concefned/i& ft( t I usually Jacksonville. Fancher features his 1500 show enteredthe piecesof which Pthh J@f)'[ J

t art, the past three years
Such memorials: made to the Crosby I and won first place ribbon Paints
Cemetery Fund will ha lp insure two second place ribbons, and and
three honorable mentions.She .
I of the Cemetery and will be a : t I : Decorative
tribute to the memory of the one in 1 has been working on this Products

name thj memorial is made. present piece since May, but -, .......-.-- --. --.--.-
t I still is not half way finished .
with her working two days a

t ASSOCIATION, INC. t I The pitcher which depicts ';
Christ last week on earth, will LOWERS
I P.O. Box 368 Stork, : hopefully be finished In two or : _
IL1 I Ceramics Mrs.Fancher says, three months, Mrs. Fancher ax
.... Is a hobby.that can be expen- said.

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Lei's Rc-EIecl .


r '_ 19 1 1 SAVEi4 5! !

For Our"Why ROL-HIDE $ ag $ 49 '-

[NO DRIP ONf CO* crvt td RegularlyOne O

1 Coat, No Drip PER
OF POI /1 Acrylic Latex, Odorless, GAL _
I f Dries in 30 Minutes J _
1 13 Standard Colors
1M1 ,0
C 1 : wk QPOO teAPEAf9AMANCEOfEfcr '

A Good Housekeeping" '} f

Take A Chance ? Nloqplr II $120 ,.


Vote For a Man' Who Has Proven lI.imscHTo Be: ROL'EZE.ROLEZE 5 $ 69

i Ar Regularly 689 F '

. A Full Time Chief. Extra Durable PER
Acrylic Latex Self- GAL
I a,. Priming Use on Wood '

. A Man Who Works With All For The Betterment Of Our Community. or Masonry. 13 Colors

. A Man Who Meets Florida's Minimum Standards For A Police Officer.


. A Man Who Has Worked To Up-Grade Our Police Department And Kept Our Policemen AbreastOf Semi-Gloss Acrylic Latex "t.I'-'-"*, 12Vi: Ounce* Acrylic Latex Self-Priming Wear Resistant J_,. Seals Airtight Watertight r ,

All New Laws Pertaining To Law Enforcement. Excellent Scrub Resistance Rag gg ea. t. Wood & Concrete Floor I F Res 39
Reg 239 qt' ; :: :::: Reg $239 qt.

. A Man Who Knows The Problems Of Our City And Works Diligently To Solve These Problems. '.t W $2 09 QT L l;J 79 C ?i.... 2 ? I.t NOW 33 '

. A Man Who Is Experienced, Qualified And Capable To Serve as Your Chief Of Police. i _

1 THIS IS MY PLEDGE I Mary Carter Paints

"Tlie Safety and Welfare of Every Man, Woman and Child in

die City of Starke, Regardless of Color, Creed Religion or Walkof 102 E. Brownlee St. Phone 964.7025Savings

Life "

Your Vote And Support Will Be Appreciated

(Pd. .... Adv.)

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FRE Thurs., Fri., Sat.Sept.. 2, 3, 4


, F-Th r jI HOT DOGSi


e// J k\ > 1 DOOR PRIZES

Bargains Galore On All F&nnonsBrands

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r WASHER 3' DRYER. '. .18 Lb. Capacity, Lint Screen, Perm. Press------.ONLY--.$148 1 ;t I '
WASHER & DRYER PAIR. Hotpoint, AII-Porcelain.--------.ONL-.$289 :!,;
WASHER. 3 Cycles, 2 Speeds, 2 Water Levels, Perm. Press.----------$219
DRYER. 5 Cycles, 2 Temp., Air Setting, Lint Screen------.-.----------$169 '. Irtw
FREEZER. 175 Lb. Capacity, Walnut Finish,--------.NOW ONLY----.$ 99 \
FREEZER. 442 Lb. Capacity, Acrylic Finish, Key Lock--.---------$189 ;
FREEZER. 560 Lb. Capacity, Rust-Free Interior------------.---------- $199


8,500 B.T.U., 2 Fan Speeds, Exhaust, Air Control--------------.----------$178 I'' r'o: .... p ''ol M
: ; .
11,000 B.T.U., 115 Volts, 3 Speed Fan, Exhaust----------------.--.-------.-$218 :
22,000 B.T.U., 2 Speed Fan, Deluxe Features-.----------------------.---.----.$278 :k :,: ,rte L f f'y L\\Ill :
Fan Air Control Exhaust. $298
23,000 B.T.U., 3 Speed ------------- -------- -
10,500 B.T.U., Heat & Cool, 2 Speed Fan, Exhaust--------------.....-----.$258 ''y .i p K YF
Fan Exhaust .:. ..$288
14,000 B.T.U., Heat & Cool, 2 Speed --- ------ ---- ------

REFRIGERATOR. .17 Cu. Ft., No-Frost, Porcelain Interior-.----------.$288
REFRIGERATOR. .15 Cu. Ft. No-Frost, Ice Maker---------.-----------$328

REFRIGERATOR. .18 Cu. Ft., Side-By-Side, No-Frost--------------$388 i 7 Y1'z
s l r w. s. u c

DISHWASHER. Kitchen Aid AII-Porcelain--------------.ONL .
Y ------$168
Front Portable .$199
DISHWASHER. .Hotpoint, Loading ------ ------- ---------

RANGE. Norge, 36 Wide, Extra Storage-.----------------------.----------$199 wwi
RANGE. 30" Wide Electric, Quick Clean Oven--------------------------.$199
RANGE. 40" Wide Electric, Quick Clean Oven---------------------------$244 IJl4':

TELEVISION. G.E. 16" Diag. Screen, B&W-----------------.ONL y.----.$ 99 1i
STERO. Console Design, AM-FM Stero----------------------..ONLY---- $199 s -- i'i'a'
> i ij
;j -- Cp& d6jr S
Many, More Great Values On Everything In Our Stock, But
Quantities Are Limited. HURRY!
September 2, 1971 Telegraph Page 7resents


.....................................-: Const Guard Many Common Plants Carry 7 Attend STLS Meet
: REMEMBER Poisons That A re DeadlyMany Seven oersons from Bradford the local SCS office Alvarez and Prevatt were
S The Cold ORIDA i Now Accepting County; attenbed the District Others making the trip were presented while the Judges decided -
Damage Supervisors Convention of the Jimmy Alvarez FFA
gardeners and homeowners eaten large quantities. state president the winner of the SCS
To Lawns Last Winter EST Applications are not aware that several Dieffenbachla or dumb-cane Soil and Water Conservation ; Mrs.James Watson and state speaking contest.
1 of our common landscape, Is toxic If chewed or swallowed District In Daytona Beach last children, Covington Woodley "What Is A SoU & Water
September Is The Month CONTROL 1 1I For AcademyThe plants contain poisonous sub The toxin causes Irritation and Thursday and Friday. SoU Conservation Service assisting Conservation District?"was the
I stances. The types, of toxic iwelllng of the throat and temporary Attending from here were the Bradford and Union title of the speech given by win-
To Fertilize For A Healthier V* MMCM cot United State Coast Guard substances vary considerably. loss of speech; thus the cnairman Earl Jones, Russ Districts and Walter Prevatt, ner Robert Morris of Galnel-
Watson and James
Watson state 4-H
Some Irri of president. ville.
i Academy la now accepting and tation similar ivy Mxnmon name "dumb-cane.
Lawn Next to poisonIng >
Spring. -
processing application to the while Practically all plant parts- 11II ..a .. .. ... ..... .....
others are only dangerous -
Coast Guard Academy leaves, stems, and flowersoffellow
CoastGuard If eaten. Most of these) allamanda, Crape-Jas
Appointments to the
I -= Grotone Weed & Feed A i Academy are tendered plants have a very unpleasant mine, Hydrangea Carolina Jes -I :
solely on the basis of annual taste and It Is not likely that samine, Glortosa Illy and O- For A
but children would chewor
anyone leander toxic. Tubers of the _
nationwide competition with no are
Plant Food & Weed Killer i ; '
congressional appointments or swallow the plantparta.However Gloriosa Illy ar especially Your
i .I I That Will Make Your Lawn Healty : geographical DetiUon for appointment quotas. The as com-Cadet practically, most youngsters anything In will their put the dangerous common as and are Yellow all parts Olean of Chief J\ HardWorking

i iM Is based on the candidate'shigh mouths and with some plants der. One leaf of the oleander
mDl1'EED For The Cold Winter Months Ahead school rank, his performance severe poisoning can occur. is reported to be sufficient: to Of
:- :- on the CEEB Q) Scholastic : Susceptibility; to poisonous kill *n adult human. Even Inhaling
2,500 Sq. Ft. Coverage plants varies among Individuals .. ..
1/ Aptitude Test, (2) English smoke from burningoleander Police ;; Man
so you might be affec- ;
and leaves
Composition stems '
i ONLY $5.95 ; and (3) either/ Level I ted by a certain plant while caused poisoning.The T -- Who
Level n Mathematics your neighbor Is not bothered plants mentioned above
Achievements Test, and his Several of the poisonous plants Just a few of the poisonous 1
5OLB.GRO E i ii found around the home are described are Vole Wants
found around the -
leadership potential as demon species
strated by his participation In In the following para- home. Others such as poison : : For t.: ) To
s i PELLETS 3.39 high school extracurricular graphs. Ivy and oak occur In fields fj"f f .
activities community; affair Skin Irritation occurs In and woods. Most of these plantsare And Serve
or part-time employment. many persons If they contactthe not considered to be very ,... A
WE DELIVER 'Jo qualify for the competitor sap of Crown-of-thorns. dangerous except to children Support You2' !
: InsuranceS !, an applicant must be unmarried Milk-bush (Pencil cactus), who would chew or even swallow

AND SPREAD Against and must have reached Poinsettia, Top Primrose, the plant parts. If childrenare
his 17th birthday by July 1 I. 1972 Mango and Llgustrum (privet taught not to put leaves,
FERTILIZER The ColdConditions 1, rd16 The minimum educational requirement Even the foliage of these plants flowers, etc. In their mouths, .
Is a high school diploma can cause dermatitis In some accidental poisoning\ can usually J

; however,high school senIors Individuals. be avoided. __
.S assured of graduation by Several common plants have
June 30. 1972. are eligible to seeds which are toxic- Bar-
Plants And
Trees 24 Deaths
: compete. provided they have badosnut, Castor bean. Rosary May
at least IS credits at that time. pea, Jimsonweed Pokeweed Occur Over
: Against The Cold, Builds Healthy Applicants must have completed and Tung tree. The Rosary

three units of English, and pea (Crabeye, Jequlrlty; pea-) Labor Day JIMMY BOWEN
: Roots And Limbs Does Not Stimulate three In mathematics Including is extremely toxic. One seed
algebra and plane geometry or: If chewed and swallowed can be
S New Growth their equlvalenta.Appllcations' fatal. The foliage of the Tung Careful observance of traffic
for appointment must be submitted tree, Pokeweed Jlmsonweed rules may cut the predicted
: GOLDEN MALRIN 5lb. --------89c to the Director of Admissions and Rosary pea can also be number of 24 deaths on the

U.S. Coast Guard dangerous.Annual and hardy larkspurare weekend highways during according the Labor to estimates Day He is Running And Financing His Own Race.
50lb. ---- ----53.39 Z ,
Fly Bait For Daries., arns, Academy prior to the 15 of not very dangerous unless
December, and candidates must of the Florida Highway He Is Not Affiliated With Any Person Or Group Of People.
|! Dog Pens, Patios, Etc. FLA. PEAT arrange to have participated In Florida Patrol.
: the prescribed: College Entrance Slated The 78-hour holiday period He Has Made No Promises To
Of His
Bu. Opponents To The Effect
t ThatIf
lib. Reg. 1.591.37 --- Examination: Board test For begins at 6 p.m. Friday, sept.
$4 MillionIn
S 51b. Reg. prior to or Including the 4 of 3, and ends at midnight Monday Elected He Will Appoint Him His Assistant Chief.
December Administration. Farm Loans Sept. 6.
holiday Fogger Coast Guard cadets obtain an A study of fatal accidents He Is In Race Because
This. He Thinks He Can Make You A Better Chief.
Dog Cat t t occurlng during the holiday
: undergraduate education at no Florida has been allocated
Small .----.1.77 personal cost and In allowance addition adequate receive -- $4 million for the fiscal year period speed was last the year greatest Indicated single that He Is Dedicated To Serving His Fellowman In Law Enforcement. That Is

I Collars 1.37 ....._. pay starting July I, 1971 for the factor In the 24 fatal accidents
Large ---3.47 to. fulfill all their ordi- Ownership
purpose of making Farm Investigated. Twenty-seven The Reason He Vacated His Seat On City Council.
nary living expenses. The constantly Loans, according to
updated Academy curri- persons died during the 1970
William T. Shaddlck, state dir

i ---.iORIDA GARDENCENTER i culm offers, and liberal professional arts engineering ector Administration of the Farmers an agency Home of fatalities Labor Day occurring weekend,In with rural 18 HIS ONLY PROMISE, AS. STATED IN HIS FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT IS

r- EST i subjects, with a choice of thirteen the U.S. Department of Agri- areas.
academic options which Include culture. The FHP has made plans to TO ALL THE PEOPLE OF STARKE THAT HE WILL
available and
i marine These loans can be made to use every trooper
general, ocean, ,
i ; auxlllaryman unmarked patrol
CONTROL electrical. niirl"''r. and civil eligible applicants for the pur- cars aircraft, radar, and 400 Enforce All The Laws Of The City
i S1. PH. 964-5745 : engineering; mathematics; pose of farm land and farm VASCAH speed computers on .

t*............QIUIIUI........**.................... computer physics; chemistry science; ; hlatroy ocean buildings development., fencing Including, land needed clearing Florida the highways Labor Day hoping traffic to reduce fatality Without Fear Or Favor To Anyone. J;

government; and economical land treatment, and land ; prediction.
management. Graduates of the financing debts where necessary "Drive at speeds that are
Academy are awarded a Bachelor the director said. reasonable, and watchout for
GAINESVILL of Science degree and are The F11A recently entered the other driver's incorrect Your Vote And A chile Support (Will
I commissioned as Ensign In the Into an agreement with Federal actions" Is the advice given to
._IoIQUrli 1.ta*Co ,t Guard. Selected Land Bank Association whereby all motorists by the Highway
officers may pursue further a portion of the loan needed Patrol. Be Greatly Appreciated
postgraduate education and could be made by the Federal
Business DirectoryAUTO specialized training In many Land Bank. FIIS can furnishthe PO PD. ADV.
leading civilian and military balance of the funds need
Elect Ewcll Lawson Your
graduated or professional ed. The Federal Land Bank portion
schools In such fields as aviation Is secured by a first lien City Councilman
SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES business administration on the farm and the FHA port- .
electronics, engineering law, tion Is secured by a Junior
BRASINGTON naval architecture, and ocean lien on the farm.
Johnson& Faris Inc. ography.In Thl arrangement Is also sin t
CADILLAC: OLDSMOBILE wartime the Coast Guard available to sellers who agreeto tJ
SALES & SERVICEfine SEEDS PLANTS functions as a Specialized part give terms whereby all debt J
of the Navy; however,In peace- repayment can be met. By cooperating \
Selection, of Used Can time It performs with other term
InnecUcldci Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS essential humanitarian long ,
'luki-ii On Cadillac Trade missions vital to leaders, the available loan funds
iilMU N,W, 13Ui Ph. S7S-M01 the safety; and savings of lives can be spread further and more
We Kent Fertilizer Spreader at sea. farm families can be assisted I OPEN OPEN

Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA Z24 N.W. nth Ph. 178-0478 Applications may additional be obtained information by- to continue In farming.or become established DOUBLE KNIT i ''. 4 SUNDAY Q ALL DAYLABOR

writing to: Director of Admissions Further Information regard- MENS FLARES Ull.! IToB DAY
GLASS United States Coast ing the HIA loan programs Poly and cotton Perma-
4 wheel l drive and Dare Guard Academy, New London can be obtained from the Press. Asst. colors In P.M.
Soles Parts, Service Connecticut 06320. local county supervisor, Albert I size, 29-18. I'K1
Clean Used Toyota LIDDELL C. Stevens, whose office I 1 < ill lJI IIIr
Is located In the Executive: I /
1700 N MAin S7&-128 Legion Spending Building 412 N." 16th Ave., t
I Glass Company For U.S. Youth Gainesville. His office day II' I
Beauty Academy each Friday

"GI... For Every Purpose" At All Time High \\ $$$ lt. l// ,
Store Front.s.MlrroraTub
For the 10th consecutive year, j jj. "i
Enclosure*-Showers 3 Youths 1"i
Beauty Academy Furniture Tops Olaaa Re the Amercan l-eglon's/ spending j. '1r I y
placed on children and youth reached an 1
'Leam I a Profe Mon In Your ull-tlmo high, totallng9lO,802- GuiltyOfB&E's !' II
Spnrc Tlm Full or Part Time NEW LOCATION 258 during the past year. BOYS FLARES '
2I<> N W 10th 378-27M Sponsorship of an oratorical "j I Assorted solids and i 1
122)1) So. Multi Gainesville contest und sending two local patterns In 8-18. '
ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC youUis to Boy's State has been r .r .. I, .rL
372.8191 ; 372.1102 the local 1'ost 56's contribution '
to the big national effort.Funds Three 16-year-old Starke i it
MEN'S WEAK raised by Post 56 totaled youths Lester Lamar Olive, :
Motor Repair Co. approximately $200 In the past Glen Magyar), and Mark Everett -
Of Gainesville Ino. year, according to Post Commander Balllle, plead guilty to \\
11111 .ScotjglM.: charges of breaking and entering -
Repairing Re-wlndlng-\ STAG 'N DRAG Nationally, the American LegIon and grand larceny before j t ;
New and Used accounted for morothan Circuit Judge John A.II.
Griffon Saga $8 million of tile $10.8 million Murphree Monday BOYS
2TI16 N. W. 16th Ph. 3721.1111IUOVlnH
Arrow Bhlrta-Florahclm, Shoe grand total, the Legion's C.P.O. JACKETS
: Formal Renlab Auxiliary reported expenditures The youths wore charged on I'
I I Ladle Sportswear of nearly $2.5 million five counts of breaking and : Unlined jackets made of the AOIES II'
finest Imported wool-blend.
I and the : & Forty ( a
Right ; entering InconnecUon with burglaries Colorful In FASHIONKNIT
patterns boys SoL. H
Loin Olclancr MovliiJ 2 OTORES-IS W. UNIVERSITY subsidiary organization of the at the Starko Motor tl
Slornae Packing and GAINESVILLE MALL Auxiliary) accounted for $200,- Parts Company and at Starl TOPS .; ; :I
000, Commander Scogglns said. ing's Farm Supply on June 18. '1J99 Solids and patterns In i'sPv 1
With the oddlUonotIhllyear'laMual BOYS acrylics, polyesters and :iroh i
Free KitlmaUt: Call MUSICeALDWIN report the total amount Judge Murphroe ordered pre- \ +-S-M-L.. "v'1 1 v; }
spent and reported by the Legion sentence Investigations for each
and U affiliated organizations of the defendants and set bond I I
for children and youth's at $2,000 for each of Uiem.Asst. S. ,

of activities the program sine e 46 the years beginning ago State Attorney Kenneth ;ji ia. l:

.|ANOfc ORGANS has exceeded $262 million Herbert then asked the court LADIES I Is
Van Service Inc. 0001 OP TM AaTTOTV Commander Scogglns said to drop additional charges a- &i KNIT
.he/PiiamMUSICt. galnst the youths Judge: Mur- POPLYESTEa

3349 N.E. Weld... M. G'vtlU phree granted the request. '
t Pull-ons in straight
J27I lops Black, brown
In navy
the arraignment pnK'lIUd.Ingl
The lady in 'the second \ ft rort Slim 1018.REQ. ,
house from the corner doesn'tcart ( Olive was represented by (( ""\
Klzle,; Sunders. Balllle and Magyar ) I !
O-vllla abapntac are mUll much for 'then :
AUTO SALES SERVICE recipes were represented by Asst. .. _., a-
guarantied to 'tempt her J )" I
d Tropical Pontiac, Farm ,and Industrial / mUIl'* appetite.' She want Public Defender lorn Headley. J / I,
tome 'that will discourage it. tNUDE y
Inc.ractory Equipment LOOK $1.99 Long Sleeve 7.14 I

e. ". j PANT.Y1HOSE' !! GIRLS SHIRTS ?A '3

Santa Fe Tractor .%.s!, to waist. Available In. Patch or Shoulder I
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral I Home nuetral & 'fashion shades. REQ. $2.49 Acrylic Plaid 7-14 t

Authori! i FORD Sues and tall.to fit small average GIRLS JUMPERS'00REQ. BAGS AND TOTES I

Pontiac Farm Tractors A Implement STARKE AC $ 99 $ 99
$3.99 Solid Colors 714
S;d.s-Parts-S.rvl' c* USED: XQOIPUENT: OUR REG. 8 '
2101 I N. Main fFlo. SALES PART ecHVicc t';

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W r sA. ay ..
hlghllghtofprescasonprepfootball "We have enough depth to are physical and mental condi- i ?
the annual grid jam- work around some," Sexton tioning. The team is alreadyin
boree is set at 7:30 /
: tonight
says. top plyslcal i 1 /
Coach /
(Thursday, Sept. 2)) on the new Hurse
states, and the
Astroturf of Florida Field In For example, offensive tac- blem now is to pro- 1A. :
keep up a good : .
Gainesville. kle the two backup men are mental attitude. < ;- ,- !'
Bradford High will play two Bobby Dyal and Joey Branson :
back-to-back quarters of football Either could move into the offensive "We've come along pretty; _
with Gainesville's two new tackle position and the good," says ''-rse. "Thewhole
high schools, Eastside and team would not be hurt at all question is, if they'll be men- a
Buccholz. Gainesville High Is Sexton points out. Dyal ana tally ready. We're stressing
the fourth team. Branson are both defensive mental attitude."
He'd rather play two straight starters. Sexton says his offensive line, M.mb.rs of the 1971 Fighting Tornado Footbtll squad Flowers, Willie Newsome, Vernon Barker, Cory Flynn,
quarters than to have l to warm At offensive guard, the backupmen the biggest question mark in are (L.R); David Newborn, Carl Luther, and Greg Reddish.
are David McCutchen and the early days of practice, Is
up again Hurse says. swing man Wayne Lambas. Either "okay" now. Front; mascot, John David Franca. Third row; Charlie Green, Wayne Lambas, Brad Carter,
second BUS will play Kastslde in the could capably replace Mel- "The c'fenslve line Is First row; manager Earl Biggs, Randy Catkins, David Wayne Teston, Keith Tetstone, Billy Bigham, Steve
i quarter and is scheduled vin or Dennis Crawford. At center stronger and has more depth McCutehin, Stanley Crawford, Farlon McClellan, Dennis Strickland, and Eddie Haten.
to received the kickoff. McClellan backed by Stan than last vear)." Sexton Bays. Top row; Cooih Jerry Reese, Coach Mike Sexton, Stan
Buccholz will be the third ley Crawford. At end the back- "We're stronger over-all," Crawford, Gary Melvin, Joey Branson, and manager Reddish, Bernard Brown, Clevland Simmons, Levy Lennon
quarter opponent. up men are Lambus and Randy he added. Robert Edmondson. Malachi Henry, Charles Wright Coach Steve Bushore,

BUS is the only team playingtwo Gaskins. End: Charles Wright is sail Second row; Mark Patray, Wayne Newsome, Byron and H.od Coach David Hurse.
consecutive quarters, "But In the 5-4 defense, nose man the most consistent defensive
that's fine, we're in real good Brandon Is backed up by David player Sexton says. But all 14
shape," says Tornado Coach McCutchen. Tackles Melvin and boys have been working harder
David Hurse. Dyal are backed by Farelon Mc- defensively and have had good Free School Lunch PolicyClose
Both Gainesville Clellan: David Newham, and days when they've really looked
still opponents \.. ;rl I.nth..- FnWH"ht.and good, the coach added.
are minus a senior class,
so their gridders will be young Carter are backed b y Randy to one-third of the 4- income less than$3,94Oandone a letter lit> parents. Additional
and Inexperienced. BIISplayerswill Gaskins and Greg Reddish. 000 students In Bradford child Is entitled to receive a copies are available at the prin
also be young, but have Lambas and Branson are schools will probably receive 33 cent lunch for the reduced cipal's office in each school.
some experience. working at linebacker to back free or reduced price lunches, price of 20 cents. If the Income Applications may be submittedat
Starting offensively for the Barber and Crawford. according to a policy adoptedin of that family Is under any time during the school
August by the School Board $2,670 the child is entitledto
Tornadoes will be: center- "We have a starting lineup," year.
\ Farelon McClellan, guards- Coach Sexton says, "But It Making this possible lastyearwas a free lunch. The form requests Infor-
Dennis Crawford and Gary doesn't mean a boy will play $95,000 In Federal funds On the opposite end of the mation needed to determine r
Melvin, tacklesVernon Bar- the whole ball game. Others + e.r.r.edsaltil, rlssuI '- handed down to the county; by scale' If""a family"' with 11 children conomle need based on the .in-
ber and Randy Gaskins, ends- may see as much or more n.nlsw r d ssts rww.r : + the State of Florida. The 1971 i had an Income less than come, number of persons In the
Charles Wright and Gray Flynn, action than a starter. allocation for free lunches has $8,080 all the Children! wouldbe family, and any unusual circumstances -
J; quarterbackEddie Hazen,full- "I want to get as many play not been announced, Sup! Tom entitled to free lunches. If or hardships which
back Brad Carter, and half- I r 1cs but It Is the family Income exceeded$8-
ers in the game as I can, Casey says, anticipated affect the family's ability to pay
backs- Malachl Henry and Ber- the coach adds. There are two the program will not be cut 080, seven children would be for school lunches.
nard Brown.
reasons for that, Sexton points entitled. A complete copy of the policy
The school board's
new policy
Defensively, the starters will out. In case of injury there will Families falling within cata- Is on file In each school and
be: middleguard-Joey Branson, be no question about who to follows closely the one adopted gories set by the school boardor in the office of the superintendent -
last the superintendentpoints
tackles Gary Melvin and call on that can do the Job. year those suffering from unusual where it may be reviewedby
out. number of freeor
hobby Dyal, endsCharles Secondly, it will allow sub- circumstances or hard- any interested patron.
reduced price lunches depends
Wright and Brad Carter, line- stitution to rest tired players the inome of a- ship are urged to apply for free
backersVernon Barber and with another who can do the upon or reduced price lunches for
family and the number of child
Dennis Crawford, corner Elect Ewtll Lawson Your
Job.The their children. Applicationsforms
backsBernard and Brown safeties-and BUS team this season ren.For Instance, a family with have been sent home In City Councilman
Malachi Henry,
will be small but quick. "If
wayne Teston and Gray Flynn. we lose that quickness, we'll) _
But this season the Tornadoeshave be hurting," Coach Sexton l

more than the above 13 points out.uThe Elect a ; ,I IIrh
or 14 gridders who can be whole story is that, '
counted on to play ball, Defensive because of our size, we'll have r ar ;
I Line Coach Mike Sexton to be quick, aggressive." That /i WILLIAM (BILL) \
t Is quick to point out. He means Sexton says, that a tired y
and Coach Jerry Reese are player can't be left in the game
working two men at each of long.
the seven offensive and defensive -
line positions. To that end Tornado coaches ROSSERYOUR

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Cheerleaders Get TrainingFirst ...

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RALLY ] this the first
row varsity; cheerleaders Though was jo 1

Gayle Q-r Hatcher) Connie, Becky Chastecn.Selmer had time attended cheerleaders the camp from, the BITS JV CHIEF: OF POLICE "JJI

*i t tt and Elaine Sherman, along with Cheerleaders brought home two THE ROSSER
Junior varsity; cheerleaders ribbons and the varsity; one. FAMILY

Zlnner Hamilton, Karen According to Cheerleader Tony, Sherrl Renee, Bill
| Reddish, Jerri Tucker, Region Instructor VIckI
McKinney, all
1J DJ HALL Rackley, and Debra Bright attended of the girls enjoyed themselves

t t this a cheerleaders camp and learned several new cheers,, One of our main problems today Is drug abuse. Drug dependents can be found in all socioeconomic -
summer sponsored by the
"National Cheerleaders Assoc. pep pom ralley pom routines.routines, Jumps anc I classes in any major American city, and with increasing frequency in many smaller

Over 600 girls from Floridaand cities and towns.

Georgia Camp which attended was the held annual at- leaders Nest year will all be of asked the cheer-to go, Marijuana has over 300 million devoted users throughout the world, 20 million are estimatedto

t Political! Rally I tt Tiff College Georgia. says: Mrs. McKinney be in this country, end or. Increasing. Over $100 million are spent annually by Americansfor

I tt marijuana; three and one half to 5 tons of marijuana comes Into the U. S. each week.

Marijuana can lead to hard narcotics such as heroin; with an estimated 65,000 addicts in

t Early JV Practices this country, stealing over $1 million worth of goods each year to support their habits.
Not long ago I made the statement that marijuana could be purchased approximately 10

Termed Dissatisfying blocks from the local Police Dept. In talking to some police officers I find that they ore

ConwHear aware of this The probl.m is not where it is but how to recognize it and what to do about It.

t t l, One city police officer summed It up by asking "who knows anything about drugs?"
This week the Junior Var other boys have reported since
Your Candidate! city; practiced In pads for the the start of school, but Its still
first time, with Coach John I foil to underr nd why someone is not specially trained to cope with this growing problem,
: too soon to tell how beneficial "self destruction .rime and death.
which leads
to ,
Allen calling the first two prac-
they will be to the team.

}! t t tt I tices"Monday's very dissatisfying.session was ter- This year's team, says Coach At least seven extra police officers could have been hired the past year out of the overspending
Allen, will be much bigger and
rible and Tuesday's only a little stronger than last years, with of the police budget the past 2 years of (53,280.60)( )

Saturday September 4 1971 better," Allen aald. experienced personel at all positions -
"I think school starting Mon- except one. I feel someone should be trained to cope with a growing problem of drug abuse and kept

t t tt day was probably a big contributing Fullback Is still the most abreast of all current laws pertaining to drugs, with Information furnished to the public as I

not cause mentally, but tough rignt nowwe're andwe're questionable position with roo- know their concern, as mine, is their own children.
kies Chuck Norton and Ricky
still not in top shape. Hall battling for the startingslot When I first took office In 1961, I had 33 arrests. and 33 convictions In illegal whiskey, in
a HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM "We don't quite seem to have less than 2 years alone. This proving I could get the job don. with know how, and proving my
t t tt I our timing down, but that Is
probably to be expected the "We still don't know if quar- hands were not tied.
terback Charlie Green Is coming -
three days. Our
8:00P.M. first two or "
down from Allen
first game with Eastslde is said. "And we're Varsity still, looking LET'S CORRECT OUR CURRENT SITUATIONS:

only two weeks from Thursday for a quarterback to back

t : t I and we to have do If a lot we're of Improvement going to. Ronnie Hall."Tommle. up Qua li fictitious; ; :

be ready for them." Reddish is the most Police Academy Training
likely one to back up Hall as
The J.V. has had severalnew "
signal caller.
players report for practice Those looking real Impres- 17 years business experience

A I Terry Haze since, who School will has play begun. Ronnie sive this Hall week, Steve Allen said Register are,: 7% years in Starka Police Dept.

defensive end and offensive Terry Haze, Donald Loper 6 years serving as your chief
:. STARKEJAYCEE tackle was reported after and Marshal Cloversettie.
being on vacation. Stewart Ken Fuqua will miss a week
Duncan, a defensive halfback of practice due to a Injury
Your and
PROJECT along vijffi eighth grader Early substalned In a motorcycle ac- Vole Support Appreciated

Chandler have also reported cident
after missing the first week of The J.V.'s first game will
practice. be Sept. 16, against Eastslde (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
Coach Allen said that several of Gainesville Citizens! Field

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Was *6 Gun I Safety StillImportant

Territory'In -1 In Letters to

Rough And Tumble flays This Summer's

'-' --.1- Final FlingLabor Editor..L74f"NO

If you think that crime In the In almost every! Issue back In been quieter on the local law
U.S. Is getting worse (and per- the so-called good old days." enforcement front, although Day, the final fling
_ haps It Is la some parts of the In fact, the record reveals being a.police officer has become 1 jf summer Is as Important .
nation) It should be reassuring that of the less than 20 men a perilous occupation In ,safetywlse.; to boater. In Florida DRESS CODE" hands.
to read some of the back- who have served as Sheriff some large cities In recent 1far as it i. to motorists on the POLICY DEFENDED Not only the observance of
way back- tree of The Telegraph. since the county was createdby years due to racial strife and highways Dear Mr. Matthews: my classmates told me these

statute at the outbreak of the demonstrations by promoters Regarding your editorial con- feelings had
Although J, Edgar Hoover. died violent of radical causes. Florida la the third ranking grades 'Improved.
Civil War In 1861, six cerning the dress code at KeyStone changed, my
Director of the F.B.I., reports deaths In the line of duty. Th most perilous period of recreational boating state In High School..I do not feel Some days I went to school
that crime as measured by the All of these \tragedies occurred all, apparently, was a six-year the nation, and the Departmentof you have adequately supported dressed In a modest skirt
FBI crime Index rose 176 per during a notorious 28- span, 1885-1891, when three Natural Resources' Marine with real facts. and but there were the
cent In volume during the ten year span from 1385 to 1913 sheriffs In a row died at the Patrol is cooperating with the Reference your opinion made to those blOU18l' Just didn't feel the

year. from 1960 to 1970, It Is when four sheriff and one ex- hands of outlaws, most notor- Governor' Office In urging the schools which have abandoned part of the projected "donned
hard to believe that conditions sheriff were murdered, and a lols of whom was Harmon practice of boating safety for their dress codes Is tinged with co-ed" so 1 merely
are worse locally now than then, sixth committed suicide. At the last holiday of the summer an old favorite -
Murray; who terrorized this some exaggeration. In the first faded blue Jeans,
when some of the old newspapers least two deputy iherlffs were area for several years. The Marine Patrol paragraph, you state, "In this shirt and sneakers, and
are perused. Their fadIng support-
killed In the same bloody years These early sheriffs risked day of permissiveness and a went to school for a satisfying
tug the "Arrive A
and yellowed carried '-I >
pages and a city; marshall! was their lives every time they answered live" policy Florida's thousands general attitude of 'IInv 1lf11l day simply because I felt at
accounts of murders, hangings on -
"burned out" of his home. a call In the The of for goes' It Is heartening to see a ease with myself.
ambushlngs or saloon brawl. from adequate risK vile where he was In the company of miles of recreational
Since that time things nave duty. and the pay received was involved M.L. McKInney, for of two companions.: The fa waterways In an effort to help few schools (I.e. Key stone)still You also"lax"seemed rules to Implythat would

Instance, received as fees durIng tal shooting was believed to have maintain Florida's outstanding maintaining some semblance of such lose self-
Our editorial. the year,1873 the handsomesum occurred as Langford and one boating safety record. standards for dress!; *and Conduct cause students to and
of respect as well as respect
of $124.48.Marked of the men scuffed: for possession students.
for double tragedy In of The This seems to Imply that consideration for others.

a gun. Governor's Office stated
and administration -
this bloody era of Bradford that "Arrive Alive" code-less schools are experi- If the faculty
was an the attemptto
encing a complete moral break-
County; history was the Epperson In addition to the six sheriffs apropos on sea us well as on down, and that students are build responsibility and

I Point of view J JLet's appears family more frequently whose name than who died violent deaths, partment land and of commended Natural Resources the De- straggling down the halls Indecently strength of character In each
student then a dress code's
at least two deputies were also for Its exposed or dressed ,
any other In the list of men additional promotion of
victims of gun shot. In a "freaked-out" manner. significance, fades out
H who havt served as"high sheriff this vital campaign.
Henry 0. Richard was killed Gainesville High School tence.
In Bradford County (which while on duty at Lawtey In 1903, where I attend, adopted the Did a dress code ever prevent -
also Included: the Union County and Deputy Mallla Jones met 20 19171937. "no dress code" policy toes racial tension?
area until the earlv 1920'). death by gun shot, but not until lie years was, the well-remembered September and Bradford High Did a dress code ever help
George Washington (Wash), he had left Bradford County and W.J. (Will) Epperson, a younger did the same later on in the u bridge the gap between teacher
Epperson took office January was serving as a deputy In Jack- year. administration feared and student?
Pick Another Nit 6, 1885 as the eighth sheriff of sonville. son of G.W. who was killed a drastic transformation In the The responsibility of the appearance -
Bradford County succeeding. In 1885, and a brother of Henry of In to
student body. They got one, but a teenager -
A popular television entertainer once the actual number of passenger miles W. Tumblin, who resigned.In With the death of Langford In W., Wiled In 1890. not quite what they expected.The day's educational system
Interspersed his less than 12 month.the '1912, the "tragic era"for Bradford Epperson was succeeded by atmosphere evoked by the should rest with himself and
dialogue and flown.
songs following December -- he was sheriffs seemed to be at Oscar A. Andreu who served new freedom was one which: his parents, and those who criticize -
with frequent expressions of "Bless killed In the line of duty while an end.' Langford was followed from 1936 to 1949 without mishap relaxed the individual and : the schools which adopt
your little pea-picking heart;!" The revealing logs Indicate that In attempting to arrest a Negro I n office by SB. Denmark for Andreu was succeeded by seemed to Invite him to becomea this policy should refrain from
some cases passengers were presumed culprit who had fled Bradford another term and In 1916 another the present sheriff, P.D. Reddish part of the learning experience such sweeping generalities as

This could now be paraphrased by to have left State planes at interme- dosta County; Ga., taking refuge In Val- I of the Epperson clan, defying who has served an unbroken not Just an outsider to suggestthatthelrclassrooms"

Florida taxpayers who might wish to diate stops although they actually went The, Sheriffs 32-year-old. the Jinx that befell two of tenure of 22 years with- looking In. Would-be copoutswho are mass "free-for-alls.
out bodily harm the turn off to classrooms
commend the routine reports of State farther. On the other hand many logs son, Henry W. Epperson, who his the forebears office,, offered elected himselffor and term In office of, any, longest sheriff formalities found themselves Respectfully,

Auditor General Ernest Ellison with, Indicate that passengers--usually CabInet had""always wanted to be sheriff. served an unbroken was tenture of In Bradford County's history. joining In the chorus of raised Susan Stallings.
"Bless your little nit-picking heart." members themselvesmaderound was named to-succeed his,
father In office; served out the
trip flights when they actually
A number of top-ranking state officials got off and sent their planes back to elected unexpired in 1888 term,to and a full was four-re- ,I' '7-. ;;: S e e a e a a a or

who recently received black tallahassee empty. year term. woman'sGOOD hI By Martha Sue McCain I rfltt
marks from Ellison seem to side Fate declared however, that I. .. County Extension "

with Lt.Ellison's Gov. Tom criticisms Adams who as "nit accused the The logs are of relatives reportedly of replete Cabinet with he was death to as meet his the father.same After tragic I '. "I.@Jl Home Economics Agent I C Ji ( CCuG'

names serving one year of his new ...... .... ..... .. .. .
picking. memoers ana, in some cases, the term he was killed while attempting f..f.--: : :.:.:.:.:.:.:up::::. :P.:._:&n.:_-:.:.:.:::-.:::.:.:::::: : =", m.'; ':::'Som.yr:: ;: :: :: : >8

wives of Cabinet employes, but they to capture a Negro LABOR DAY WEEKEND ard Gaines, 2nd, 55.
But the cool and unruffled State are not Included In passenger flight outlaw In Lake Butler. GRAPES FROM TO MAKE JELLY

Auditor. Florida's official nitpicker computations.One Third on the list of Bradford FLORIDA: 4 cups Jelly stock, 7 cups There's been a slight changeIn If we don't get a few days
continues to crank out his sheriffs to fall In the line of For many, years Interested sugar, 1/2 bottle liquid pectin. the rules for the golf tour without the regular afternoon
reports -
duty D.L. ( ) Alvarez people from different parts of Measure Juice Into saucepan. requestedthat the
was Levy nament. The pro has downpours so course can
"and let the nits fall where Cabinet member
reportedlyflew who was appointed to fill the the world have attempted to Stir In sugar. Place on high the earns play together dry out a little bit, the j p""'
they may." An' official auditor for to every University of Florida unexpired term of the second grow favorite varieties of heat and stir constantly. Bring Instead of just registering Is going to have to! find a way
the State he can do no less. home game during the 1969 football Epperson. Alvarez fell victimto grapes in Florida Although quickly to a rolling boil that scores as previously an- to rig pontoons on the golf
season In the twin Beechcraft plane the uncanny marksmanshipof most of these early attempts cannot be stirred down. Add nounced. Don't forget to signup carts so the "mudders" can

Few of the elected officials--like the State bought for $105.670 a few Harmon Murray me aes- failed, a grape research program pectin and heat again to a full for the tournament If you get around the course.
perado. started In the 1930's resulted rolling boil. Boll hard for one haven't already done so. The
the politicians they are-- seem contentto years ago and pays $28.50 per hourto Murray's deadly Win In the minute Remove from heat I
development ; $3
chester rifle ot fee is $6 team or
Is believed to per per
let Ellison have the last word. fly -- exclusive of pilots' salaries, have slain at least a dozen hybrids from native species. skim off foam quickly. Pourat person.
They have been quick to come back depreciation hangar fees. Insurance In (this area before the wlley men Today a number of different once Into hot clean glasses 20 Receive

with denials of malpractice. Inefficiency and such other: odds and ends We "bad man" was betrayed by a kinds of grapes are grown successfully and seal Hope to see lots of peopleout

and/or using state personneland appreciate the gentleman's InterestIn relative In Alachua County and of two here.main Florida grapesare DIRECTIONS FOR SEALING at the dinner and dance FireJFighling.Instruction ,
property for their personal bene In Florida Gators-- but after all! subsequently slain. and types bunchgrapes JARS: < Saturday night. The Social
muscadine. Both
fit. The currently hot Issue of State air- tine On visits one of to Murray's Starke,clandes-a local kinds make flavorful Juices and Canning Jars with "lids that Committee has big plans for Here J
can! be sealed everyone to have a great time-
Jelly. tightly are recommended
craft travel abuse was expected to posse, headed by Sheriff Alvarez -
go it's still not too late, so call In A
So It for use in warm five-day training course
far. not Ellison
however surrounded the house Grapes do not Improve In color -
before the cabinet Itself at the humid Florida your reservations at the Pro
regu- climate. When In the farlous phases of firefighting
where he
but of flavor after
of buta
a group Inquisitive was staying overnightwith picking, ,
newspaper $5 for the din-
Jars are filled per couple and life
lar Tuesday meeting when General friend wipe away any-, saving was
a combination of
Just south of under-ripe
reporters who have done the mostto town.
ner or $2 Just for the dance.It .
held at the Starke Fire Station
Services Director Chester Blake- The alert Murrav. however grapes are excellent for jelly. thing spilled on top or thread
expose the abuse by State officials more who ,Is responsible under the caught a glimpse of one of the Slightly under-ripe grapes have of Jar with a clean damp cloth. starts at 8 p.m. August 23-28 under the super-
of the airplanes assigned to Place lid vision of Elmo Cox of the O-
men In the yard and opened more pectin while ripe grapes on Jar and screw
law for seeing that State vehiclesare
them In the State's aircraft pool.Is fire. are superior in flavor. Treay band tight. Invert Jar for 30 The Labor Day Tennis Tour cala Fire College
used efficiently presents some Sheriff Alvarez picked a spot your family flavor-rich fresh seconds so hot Jelly can des- nament is shaping up with 6 Eighteen Stare regular and

this any way to run an airline-- proposals for bringing the assigned whlnd the house and returned grape jelly this season troy molds oryeast that may or 7 "hot shot" teams already volunteer firemen attended.
financed planes Into the state aircraft pool for Murray's tire The sheriff was have settled on the lids. Return signed up. There is room for Brooker Fire Chief George
even tax
one by
plucked. the first time. using black powder,which made GRAPE JELLY jars to upright positionand a few more--registration is Pierce and E.M. Norton, a
from hard-hit Florida taxpayers? i bright Hare every time he Select a combination of ripe allow to cool. These pre- only $3 per team, member of the Klngsley Lake

His recommendations are expectedto fired. This made him an easy and less ripe fruit. Wash and cautions protect your Jelly against 'Fire 1 he firemen Department) received also attended.15 hours
target for Murray, who sighted crush grapes enough to pro- mold.
Include more accurate logs filled Randy "The Hawk" In the of instruction.
vide In bottom
that State the Sheriffs white straw hat Juice of cook-
One reporter revealed the and notification MAKE SOME GOOD GRAPE Pro Shop requests that every-
more promptly by pilots -
planes assigned to the Governor and and sent a bullet through the Ing vessel. Remaining grapes SYRUP: one register before playing and Putting out an oil fire with
at least a week in advanceof middle of his forehead. can be crushed more easily their water and a dry chemical was
Wash post correct score after
In two
Cabinet members the years planned trips by Cabinet membersso After this murder of three after they are hot, using a Heat grapes, take off stems. ward. This prevents a good bit one part of the final night of
since the Legislature made Its first other State officials and employes sheriffs In a row, things were potato masher. Bring slowlyto loosen over skins low do temperature to of confusion for the people try- class Friday. Each memberand
attempt to bring some degree of ef- a simmer In a covered boil. Push City; Councilman
going to the same destination can comparatively quiet for a few Ing to keep up with what's going Jimmy
grapes through
Into the operation have flown P.S. Crews kettle. Cooking frees the strainer.Throw McRae took turns dousing the
years. was appointed pectin skins and on--especially on a busy day.
catch a ride. In the past, Instances seeds away. Use
grape blaze.
half mlllllbn miles. to serve out the unexplred from the solid part of the
close to a have been reported where Cabinet Simmer sauce to make syrup. Mix 2 Supervisor Cox
term of Alvarez, and In the grapes. for about ten commended
members would leave for the same next regular election, 1892, E- minutes. 1/2 cups grape sauce with 3 Final scores for the Ringer Fire Chief Harold Glasgow on
But while racking up a total of destination In separate planes almost verett E. Johns father of Remove from heat and allowto cups sugar. 1/2 cup corn syrup Tournament: the efficiency of his firemenand
484.121 miles during the 1969-71 biennium -' Senator Charley E. Johns, was stand ten minutes. Pour In and juice of I lemon.Bring Junior Division ((18 holes)-- on the dedicated manner
-- according to trip logs that are within minutes of each others departure. elected to fill the office. to a Jelly bag and let the Juice to Remove a boll from and boll 1 minute. Danny McKinney, 1st, 60; Ed In which they carried out their

admittedly Incomplete and, In some Johns served one full term drip out Allow the Juice to foam and cool. heat, Skim off Watts, 2nd 63; Matt Ilerres. assignments. Cox also thanked
stand overnight and strain 3rd 69. the group for their
was succeeded In 1896 by S.B. cooperation
cases apparently falsified they car- It would appear that the Cabinet Denmark who served a term, through Jelly bag the next day. Grape syrup Is good over Pre-Junlor Division ((9 holes) and interest shown In the in
ried an average of only 1.57 passen- will have to do something about the then Johns was again electedto pancakes or biscuits -Joey Ilerres 1st, 53; Rich struction.

gers (officials or otherwise) per trip. problem since It has had Its appro- the office In 1900. serving
another full term before yielding
priations slashed sharply enough to .
Those who know about such things to J.f.(Joe)Bennett In 1904. "
force a reduction In the total numberof -
After leaving the officer of
say It takes an average of at least flying hours for each of the "",I ," "', '\
exe- Sheriff here, Johns went to Fer- ; '. tJ;=
2.5 passengers per flight mile Justto cutive planes. At the current rate of nandina to become chief deputy < ,

break even In the air on a cost use, It appears that the fleet mightrun to Sheriff Hlgglnbothan of Nas- '. :::::
basis. sau County. It was while serving ';
out of funds well before the end ',
there that set -----
a trip was it.
of the fiscal year unless long overdue for him on lonely Amelia Is ;. f

reporters tell us that all Cabinet restrictions are imposed. land.

aircraft logs are subject to misinterpretation One day a stranger came to .

) simply because of incom- If flying nar-empty; planes and attending Johns and had a warrant sworn '. ': "
out for the arrest of some parties ,1,, .;
football at taxpayer ; .
gati.es <
pleteness or ambiguity; due to failure said to be seining illegally ... .
of the pilots for whatever reason-- expense Is nit-picking, then let's have for fish on the island. Johns \

to Identify adequately or accuratelyall more of Itnot less. took the man In his buggy and .

passengers, and specify the actual went across the Island from .
distances flown. Thus it often becomes We've picked the taxpayers long en- Fernandina, ;supposedly to arrest

a matter of guesswork to determine ough. Now let's pick the nits. the seiners. While passing
through a desolate spot, the
man, whose identity was never
disclosed shot Johns through
the head and left his body lying
by the road. T6 this day the
Incident: remains cloaked In mystery ,I '
The Bradford County and no one ever stood t
trial for the crime. t
TELEGRAPH Two years after the death of

Johns his as Bradford .
ESTABLISHED 1879 County; Sheriff Joe Ben- \

nett, came to a tragic end. In
August of 1907, after serving t I

4MBiHe; only two years of his term, ,
M.M.ra Bennett was found dead of gunshot ,
wounds at his home In '

FLORIDA ESS My God will supply every Starke, presumably a suicide, ::..'.
although foul play was suspected 1 < : cL
TON need of 'our.-CPhll( 4:19)) ..-
ASSO by some. .- ..--.- -" --- .....T. -.--
J.N. Langford was appointed
to Oil Bennett's
Let us keep our minds opento With much talk about the decline corner where Chamber of
Cod. Each day as we turn to term and was then re-elected of Call Street and efforts Is now located.
Him foguidance and make to a full term In 1910. After to revitalize the central business Man In dark suit, between
L MATTHEWS, Jti.: ....1IMw serving little mole than 18 It might be appropriate IIISTORYon
every effort to put into action district HOW I two Model T's ls> Frank
Thlibbe/ eaefe Tkmndar ... ....... err ...... t the ideas that come to us, we became months of the his sixth new term Bradford, he to see what It looked IT'S I one of the famed

OSM MaUer" ta* FM Offlee a* strike, funds will find fulfillment and happi. County sheriff to end his like some 55 or- 60 years ago Bros. photographers

enter Art ., Much ML 1171.B.he.rrtla ne...:Through God we open up In tragedy. career soon after the first brick pave- who posed while his brother

i to /... area. 1 year, $....| OateUetrade channels by which his abundant Langford was murdered on ment Klckliter's was laid.store was on the Joe, probably tripped the shutter
to take this picture.Note .
snit 1 year Nil good will constantly flow August 23, 1912 In corner at 1 left, where ,Stan' Bradford County Bank building prime, and White's Store was street light where traf
to us and through us. the old Duval Hotel In Jackson Bootery now holds sway. The on comer at right was In Its In the two story brick building lie light now hangs.r. .

:Pae..la T.L.ronk. Cnnt; :mk.r. 5 1 Q71

4 A
1 JStarke


LAWTEY SAVE Wi. : s.aslasana/

5T) .

By J Jtna .......... ,

a- sr ;

CHURCH Grace United ACTIVITIES Methodlit: Sunday .

School. 9:45 jn.t; Worship LL
services II ajn. and 7:30pm.: I II
MYF Wednesday, 6:30: Jun.J;
Prayer Meeting 8 p.m.

Church of Cod: Sunday! School
10 jn.. Worship Services 11ajn.
and 7:30 p.m.; Prayer I
meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m.
followed by choir practice.

Highland Baptist; Sunday
School 9:45 ajn. Worship Services -
U ajn. and 7:30: p.m.:
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:33:
p.m. followed by choir prac- PEO1
tice. eFFF
We are pleased to report
that L.P. RafUse has Improved 11
and Is recuperating at home.
He will be glad to have all of
Ms friends visit him.
and Hal of Wellborn spent Sun-
Mrs. H.E. Priest and Lamar.
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Clark and W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BOTTOM ROUND i,.. .
Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Southerlandand
family were visiting Mr. $
and Mrs. G.C. Davis In Jack-
sonville on Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Moore Jr. and
children of Homestead spent ROAST
Friday to Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. W.F. Moore. On Saturday
evening t the family Joined In a
get-together and dinner. Those '
enjoying this occasion were Mr. SAVE
and Mrs. Tom Casey of Starke SLICED

of Mrs.Live Westley Oak Thomas Mr. and and Mrs.Jay BONELESS : 00 4 LB' $319LB.
Chuck Moore of Lake City; and '..+n.NpM N'U.S. $1| CAN
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Thompsonand .CHIOICE
Kevin of Jacksonville. / "Plus 100 Free
Mrs. H.E. Priest attended the Stamps w/coupon
wedding of her niece Miss Cha below. "
Hue Day, and Wayne Sigler in
Cedar Key last Thursday after-
Mr., and Mrs.Mitchell Brown,
Mrs. John Brown and MU'. An- .
Roast. 4JUMIO .
Rump ; < Catsup.I I : :
nett Norman visited Johnny _. .] [. [. . .
Brown at Fort Jackson: S.C.
during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Andrews
attended the George Wallace 10 I 1 1
Appreciation the Robert Dinner Mever and Hnt speechat i in Strip Steaks.1 *? 9 Paper I I Towels.I 4SUPIItRANR : 1

Jacksonville last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mar- W-O RRANO PURI ((10 IIS. .* ) )(OUARTIRS)

visited tin and Mrs.family'Mandy of Titusville Manning Ground Beef.: 5 sSAVI
last week and Mrs. Leroy Bus- 1 I : Margarine.I 5
sey returned with them for a .
Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Kelley, 454 Tina, Tammie and Tlmmle visited -
their daughter and nnn.in. 88RICH S /
Tea Corn..5
Bags. '
I law. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Morgan I / . I S S
in Albany Ga. on Satur-

day.Jacksonville > / 1 1 1

I I I II Puddings..2 'Green Limas. 5

1 / / /

/ . . Tomatoes.I I . 6TMRIFTTMAI

Sales and Service Large 1 1 Eggs.1 1 . 2KiAif :/ ,1 Pineapple.I I I . 7 :/ ,1

Parrish Motors ; '. THRIFTY MAI .

SALES FARTS SERVICE VOLVO Mayonnaise. 2IUI Pork & Beans. 8


1121 Always Laura St.Good-Used Ph. Cars 338-5654: Fish. 3 i 1 1 Tomato Soup. 8 : 1 1
1 . I 1 / I I o :


Quantity Rights
PEAVY Brothers
Electric Co., ,DIXIE STORES. INC

Sold SeivlceJ
-- Repaired
Generators( Staters Armature
1041() Lenox Jax. 387-2328


CONN : limit' '* '12 with*' J'-SO or more purchase excluding cigorellei.
ORGANSKIlrILLL Limit 1 with $7.50 ---
or more purchaseexcluding
cigar.lt.j. .
1 0 12 1 2 .
SAVE 32c
SAVE 29c LBS. '.......'" CANS

I -

ORGANS"SWINdER" t 1 t / / 1 1
Roosevelt Mall 388- 519


Western Store

(Western Clothing Leather

goods Saddles* Sharoh and TrailersChariC'l Petty

902 S, Edcewood 384-1210
........ ............................ .............. .... ...................... .....

I JfH. GREEN STAMPS. :. I I .4t.. GREEN STAMPS : I I d7? (.,c.i.EL1AMM.P! ? ,? : I I ,*<-V GREEN STAMPS_. I I .dt GREEN STAMPS
BAXLEY CHAIR tntU IMBW4MI MblM M.MMCMI4 t* ONIN1 PACE-..ttMM. W ', h MIVWMIt HIHIII VMHM M .,...,, ...__h"oo N
.. .
TWO rtonoA o< unrnoOIAOI > ONI III rot IAO IWO t "01 ONI 4!'I CAN
Discount "A" : ASIOIOrange I w 0 inr ; AUNt JIMIMAFrench SWUM
Furniture riiMiuMHam'
i Inbry.n l 1 Juice 1 SteakettesOOOO Toast
oooo IHIU. un. iNo. tdt : OOOO 1 tHOU tars :crsx oooo IHIU JinJm .w.'.
14 ... .THIU,.. urn.I .. OOOO tHOU SIPT. I '
Living Room '? Ik. No 2 No 1 No.1. w.o__." Ne 17

Dining- Roam r 4dx GREEN STAMPS '' I I E-XTR 1 ; I I EXTRr4 I I EXTRA. : EXTRA ;
Bedroom I
ONI III. Mil THllI lOVhra "OS. Ors 10... .
( Ch.. 4, CIACIINOOOO A 0Instant HAWAIIAN PUNCH h/ roam* JO '
:0 It Toaster Pastry Coffee Drink Corned Beef
I Block from 118Jacksonville. IHIU U1. 1 !." !"SL ; ,
(48 Cat .t: : J'Wi:
Fla. 389-1741 i ..ffvt IMM*Mwt.< oooo,..IHIU.,.,.,tin..,i, 1/ oooo.. IHIU. ,.,tin.,_..INo 00001Nman... iI : 75 OOOO IHIU 111TH IN. .
... Ne..1./...... ....... N. le.I ? / 70. Ne 71 I ,? .., 22r '

C. .. L O fl $ 'r I n.11

I ,

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PROPOSED In Th Circuit Court Of The In The Court of the County John F. Roacow, HI cult JK1eOJ.at his office In the and years of assuance the description NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR house door on the first Monday

coNsrrnmoNAL Eighth Judicial Circuit In And Judge In and for Bradford Scruggs, Carmichael, Tom- Bradford !,.; Courthouse InStark. of the property!; ,and the TAX DEED In Month of October': 1971' which
AMENDMENTTO For Bradford" County, Florida. llnson Moscow A Prldgeon ., Florida at 2:00: p.m. names In which It was assessed Sec. 194.16] F.S. Is the 4th day of 6ctober: 1971,

BE VOTED ON Civil Action Case No. County. Florida. P.O. Drawer "C" on October, 22, 1971 or as soon are as follows: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Dated this 10th day of August,
Ret of Amos Wllllams -
Division In Estate Gainesville Florida 32601 thereafter as Petitioner can be Certificate No..30 THAT George Ricks the holdei t r 1971.

NOVEMBER 2, 1971 In Re Marriage of Michael Deceased.NOTICE : heard, for an order changing Year Issuance 1980. of the following certificates. Gilbert S. Brown

NOTICE OF ELECTION David Shaw Husband, and Moran 8/28 4t 9/16 Petitioner's name from ALICE Description: of Property W. filed said certificates: for a tax Clerk of Circuit Court of
WHEREAS; The LegisUtura Shaw Wife.NOTICE OF FINAL RETORT MARIE VALDEZ to ALICE 220 Ft. of NE 1/4 OF SW 1/4 deed to be Issued thereon. The Bradford County, Florida.

of 1971, under the Coastlna OF ACTION AND APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE. MARIE CURTIIIE, by which SEC: 18-6-22. certificate numbers and yearsof

/lion of the SUM of Florida. To; Moreen Shaw. 8414 Derbyshire In The Eighth! Judicial Circuit name Petitioner shall there Name In which assessed Issuance, the description of 9/2 4t 9/23,

passed JoliK Resolution No* ) Drive. Apt F. New TO ALL WHOM ITMAY CON- Court of Florida In And after be !known. Dorthy & Jennie Hall the property, and the names In
7-B, proposing an emendmancfo Orleans, Louisiana CERNI For Bradford County.In WITNESS my hand and the All of said property; being In which It was assessed are as
the Constitution of the SUM You art notified that a Petition Notice is given that IUIE- Re: Petition of ALICE seal of the Court at Starke, the county of Bradford, Stateof follows:
for Dissolution of Mar LMENIA BROOKS, as Executrix MARIE VALDEZ Florida this 18th day of August Florida. Certificate: No. 5
of Florid, and they did determine a minor
end direct that the riage has been filed and you oflle! above styled by her Grandmother Next 1971. Unless such certificates or Year of l..uanceI967.
are retired to serve a copy estate, has completed her administration Friend ALICE GURTH certificates: shall be redeemed Description of Property; COM
laid Joint Resolution I b. eut>- of your written response or and filed In this CIVIL ACTION CASE NO 1163 Gilbert S. Brown according' to law the property AT NW COR OF SW 1/401 SW

mlned to the elector of the pleading to the Petition, If any, court her final report and application NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Clerk of the Circuit Court described In such certificate 1/4& RUN E610FTS.110

State of Florida. K the Special on Petitioner's attorneys, Ben- for discharge. Objections APPLY FOR CHANGE OF By Barbara M. MoodyDeputy or certificates will be sold FT FOR FOB, RUN W 50 FT,

/ Election to be held on nett, Schwartz and Blank, Post If any should be duly NAME. ; Clerk to the highest bidder at S. 100 FT, N 100 FT TO FOB

November 2; 1971. Office Box 1292, 11 West University mea with this court. After filing To: JOHNNY VALDEZ and the court house door on !the Name In which assessed H.L..

NOW, THEREFORE 1, Avenue, Gainesville proof of publication showing others who may have objections. ) 9/2 4t 9/23 first Monday in Month of October Hartley
that notice been All said
has of In
publishedonce being
RICHARD Florida, 32601, and file tile 1971 which Is property
(DICX) STONE. :, the 4th day w
week four BRADFORD
a for consecutive APPLICATIONFOR the County of Stateof
Secretary of State of the State original response or pleading You are hereby notified that of October: 1971.
weeks, the ordering of distribution TAX DEED Florida. Is DsastRlxs -
01' Florida do hereby give In the Office of the Clerk of the above-named. Petitioner. Dated this 1.0. day of August
of the estate and Ole Sec. F.S. Unless such certificate or
the above Court, on or before 194.16.! 1971
notice that a Special Election September 13. 1971. If you fall final discharge of WIUfELMEN1A ALICE MARIE VALDEZ whose NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, certificates: shall be redeemed + NESS vWILDFIR

will be held In each County to do so, a default will be entered BROOKS as Execu- residence address Is 434; Polk that Mr. S.P. MARSHALL the GILBERT S. BROWNBy according to law the property r'I'

in Florida, on November 2. against/ you for the relief trix will come before this court Street, In the City; of Starke holder of the following certificates : Barbara M. Moody described in such certificate
Bradford Florida Intends
1971, for the ratification or prayed In the Petition. Wlihelmenla Brooks, to County to, the Honor-, has flled certificates for Clerk of Circuit Court of or certificates will be sold to ,

rejection of the Joint Resolution WITNESS my hand and the As Executrix able George apply 1.. Patten, Cir a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Bradford County; Florida the highest bidder at the court Flihrrmrn-walch your ..moke.1ladies' !

proposing an amendmentto ; seal of this Court on this 3rd The certificate numbers 9/2 4 t 9/23 2

____ .___
tho of August A.D.1971.
Constitution of the State day ,
Qvinllty nights Asserted -
of Florida, viz:
Clerk the Circuit Court
House Joint Resolution 7BA
By Beulah M. Moody
joint proposingan Deputy Clerk
amendment to Section :S

of Article VII of the Constitution 8/12 4tchg 92LEGAL

of the State of Flo-
-- -- M
Ida, limiting the prohibition NOTIcEThe

against estate,Inheritance and City of Keystone Heights ft 1. '

Income taxes to natural persons will accept sealed bids on Timber o !
only and providing an located Keystone Airpark t ole a

effective date.WHEREAS. property as described below:

It I* Intended by 1. That area lying between

this amendment to limit death Runway 10-28 and the Florida i

and Income tax Immunity to Gas Transmission line.
A t
lF + awl
betweenan 1 1t'IgA 11
natural persons, as opposed 2. That area lying +
old grade road and Bland-
to artificial persons or entitles
Ing fence bounded on South -
created by or
pursuantto by Florida Gas Transmission ;
law such as business core
line. Trees along side the Bonded Orion /
porations, profeislonal cor old road are marked withyellow ,

poratlons, banking associations paint. ladies' Jump Suits {, Pant Suits -' 1 Girls' Hot Pants

and loan associations ,. 31-
savings of Section:
and other<< mil lee T7'R23E and Section 8T8S 24 Inch Doable KnitAcetate Ploy through tho fun tooton Permanent

R23E belonging to In ''h... neat and nifty Pont Press
brought Into being by compliance Bar-B-0 Brills
S. Plc.d '0 can
with state or federal Keystone Airpark property. Solid color with Y afford ....,01. Bonded Super look for the young
with heed aV meter top orIon d
This Includes of 1 ,.
statutes; andWHEREAS portions clastic nest and puffloovot. cardigan and pulloverfttyl.B. girl>. Eoty to co lorpolyattor
and 2 described above. Grl 111 I I has a ramovoblo and
:: this amendmentwill ( Colorfully Flora log .lack! *.
Bids will be accepted In the daluM hood with sdjuuabLpibGrillodjuuto| printed lull cut tote Popular tolld color* and Choose from all the
however continue; to pro form teen Sno SML. lalott, tolld l l color
following : "r .. ti no. "11'' patron fl to 16.
hibit imposition of these taxes A. Sealed bids only.B. varlets* lovolt.. Hoavyduly I Sue. 310 6X.
wh..l and foldaway

= 1.00
upon trusts created by private Bid on all merchantablePine Lq.. eye save 1.01 Save fly
contract between set Timber excluding: young

tlors and trustees, but 'the planted Pine.C. Save 3.01

Legislature will not be barred Bid must be accompaniedby GtJf'

from Imposing t tax on those a check for 10% (Ten Per-

forms! of business trusts which cent) of the bid amount. f'"'
D. Date, Time and Place of
obtain pedal statutory attributes -
bid :
from the ttate of federal September 14. 1971, 8:30: P.M. : Boys' Printed Men's DeckSneakers Men's Nylon I
such so-called ?
government, as : Heights City Hall.
at Keystone ;
3 PC. Bar B-O Sets '
"MaAachusetts business For further Information contact 4;; Cotton T-Sliirts Mesh Casuals ,

trusts." County Forester Allen Long wearing chr.m. Cnooso from Florida do* Slip on uyl..
IKIt Resolved by the Legislature Tarleton. (ark, spatula' and agree. number, cut Cool, comfort/ 5
: of the Seato of Florida Vlrgle Homer City Clerk ? tongs with. wooden F taxings, *tc. 100% Cot able, Crepe
B/J9 3t 9/2 handles. Rawhide ton Sties 2 to 8. Sturdy Save oln,
That: tho tollowinglam.nd.* ,! I duck 12
hanging loops* / uORIDA uppori.Cushioned : sew Loo I
: Loa .
sus. fly
mum to !Suction: S of Article) .? rv innvrtolo*
.........d "010" 61 12. t
1U of too !Mute Constitution In The Circuit Court 10'nd

is In-ruby agreed: to and shall For Bradford County, Florida. @ IUI "W: :
bu submitted, to the elector In Re: The Marriage of Roy :
of IJorlJ.i/ for approval or F. Hundley husband, and San. -uu r r: I

rt'jtcdon> at the general: election dra K. Hundley, wife J

to IKhelj In November NOTICE OF SUIT '' MeD's Men's Men's

1977, or, if authorized by To: Sandra K. Hundley, 949 Memory Keeper Kits F (
Drive Virginia Cushion Crew Swim Trunks
I three.< -fourths of the membership South Oriole Knit Collar Polos

of each house of the Beach YOU! Virginia ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ( With X50 Instant toad m: Stretch Socks ( S.oen'n.w.ittyl., Knit ;oat! mock lu".
and fobnci with bonort ale, nocks and c
Icri'1turt I M an earlier that a proceeding: for Camera Ire' d', White and ae.or/.d wm.h, ,Id Ugt* *te* r Wallace I crew Beery stylet. J
1..1..1( election: ; Section S oftill. dlsolution of your marriage to I'Tt bu eolou.51,.. 10'13. '0 r Wldo attortmant of/ All Top Makor /faihions' I

: I'J Ml hhulj ho amended. Roy F. Hundley has been filed 'sew 11y / colors* Sn t S, M., L- r 1 & "lyl... S, M, L, XL. I

r in ix.ul J u' follow. : <.' .<
""tcll-.n 5. \tlll"l Inheritance: you are required to serve a 1 '

mo iiKiimo taxes-. '. '?. copy of your written defenses p pu .. I I ,.
\A URAL 1 PERSONS.! No If any, to It on or before / d
(.1)) MAOI 'r/ ( r3'P4'' / r
September 1.0. 1971 on TheronA. r .. .
Inherit.in.i.'S .1.e0"
t.i\ IIIN'I1|' estates or -J .. .
nr upon the Income of Yawn, Jr., attorney; for petitioner o L I

n itur.il' I inTbonii who are re- whose address Is: Box Red P Eafle 20"3Speed t
340, Starke, Florida, and file ea r Royal u
oI.'nl'] or citizens of the state
the .original with the clerk of luggage V
.1"( ill Ixi hAled by the state, Fan Typewriters
the above styled; Court on or 11
or under its authority In exc "- =
before September 20, 1971; Hi front S
"R.ady.$..Shoal" out j *Impact

,minimi, Which may be allowed entered against you for the 3 mag t cubes, camera pouch and dg S wing unbrook ..meal. k
plc'u..album'halhold.I2plc.' able blad.. .
relief demanded In the petition. /
to i U> trwlitcd! upon or de- WITNESS hand and the For ftash pictures without ...*_li i nm Bo k od enamel .sin y h''
ilui till from similar my finish.Complete a a
any taxI seal of said Court this August /lmhballai... ..)AIe'I"J I 9+.. /.h4abn ,,
I h:,1.10)l tliu United States or ... see 1.00 'Sa saw 100 ernd.. 1sOym
II, 1971. Slardy, well ? i men. ear. p..hnd
any -tutc.CO Gilbert S. Brown, as Clerk : } mad. luggaq.. ,..W.Wr..U Y ...

(i ) "fill US. /Nu tax upon the of 70 wee, ...now 1.96 / erat
Inv lnu of ra'ililents, and cut- By Gilbert S.Brown Clerk 6 Ft. PlasticAir Z2"woe" 7.%. e 9o / MODEL q 1
/ 8.96,.. 7.96Ta"
woe now .7000
i.'HAnhvr than natural 8/19 4t 9/8 Mattresses woe 9.96...nor 8.9e ? 1 la

IM.T 'mil,. ,|,..11111I levied by the ,, m 19" 96 now 9,9, '
Mjti.ur under Its authority \
100, virgin vinyl., ai
in ''<''''">,H of 5J5 of net income, NOTICE Eoiy to intloto.Attractive 26 Inch / / 1 1 1 1 '

.11: >l fined! hy l> law, or at such August 12, 1971I. .' i colorful' 1 n' 1 10SpeedBikes 1la
I doiy reign" and oorlad ." ,: laai
rate is authorizedby
c.r'-itrr; as
Carl Hunt Mayor of the ; olid color ''
ij.reo-llfths ((3/5)) vote oft City of Starke, Florida, by vir- I 171 r > J Eagle Chlorinator KitsEliminola \\

!," mania crbhlp of each: house of the vested In daily hand foodIng -
tue authority; me .
'it 'ilic: legislature: oc ss will do hereby call a First .i -- 4"" tb, of pool ch.micaU. 4 Ih. t ?' r "

j pa"rlthW! for too state the max Primary Election to be held .... '. k r y r tmla" s. k cartridge will tail 3-0 wk>. lWA; h.1 i it

Iniuni which be p- Sere S.0Sturmoy
amount may at the Fire Station, In the fore- .. .
all'ivvi-rl to (IIU credited: against said City by qualified voter o ; -

Income' I.IXC-H levied by the on Tuesday September 14, I 97J. t 1' c 1 "
A.D., for the purpose of electIng Archer 10-Sp odUnit. + '
Cnru.l.l..tua! nml other states.
Fishing Rod t Reel Combination Vinyl soot, steel CARTON
'I 1 "litre shall I.., exempt from the following officers. racing handlebars and .

A t ixiitlxn' not less than five City Clerk for two years. S ft. "ft.fgia.i' (tea 4111 Reel many ,mara quality r_ wmt .
lo. licw
Mayor for two years. SJ.P. Double Power
tlinuuanl dollars ($5,000)) of / '
thu o.ifvaH' of nut Income subject Chief of Police for two years. Fihmg Rod and Spin ,y .. 1 Gas Treatment .
I Group 2, One Councilman for Catting froth wotor roolara '
the maximum
AI to tax over two years. built lor Fith.rnton s.w"RV,+'prp. 12 eunlaa : eVdN
amount allowed to be credited tha finott fackl .
1 in *
1 Group 4, One Councilman, UN'SttftfNI
l H.Ip cl.an and .ninOi.
against Income taxes levied by
for two years.Inspectors Save 1.OO
J the United States and other For Said Election: :

states. Mrs. Margaret Prevail. Mrs. i 10 wea >t< MUn 'wuiisl
(c) EFFECTIVE DATE. Thissection Mryttce Dennis Mrs Irma Bu- / tlnlrt; ''t'111rIM11 t tialta t ,

shall become effecttv ford, Mrs. Peggy Sheller Mrs. lilt ) ,. 1 sRp, ,
Immediately upon approval Ly Louise Tenley, Mrs. Jo Ella .. 1s 11; llll A111 'G aDq TRG'a"i1IaNi;
.c .
the electors of Florida.IN Hardy, Mrs. Edward Burns, ,.-' IvBnM = > 2 Liquid Pool Chlorine
Mrs Carl Mathews William i
Rod I Reel Combination 'r. tor.
Holland, Merrill Strum. Fishing +tpl P .i _
j have hereunto set my hand = 'h
I and affixed the Great Seal of Alternates For Said Election::'' Stt ft. Reel enn Reel *77 "" '' z. tr, rr. Valtoline I <
Mrs. R.O. Dansby. Mrs. L.N.
the State of Florida, at Tale + Rac'lnOil __ Super tlrongth.Handy .
Pickering, Mrs. Elton Jordon '
; it no
lAiiassoe the this the Rod hat tturdy wooden
Mrs Shellle Gerle. hand!.. Perm <.< Ho.k O / / 1 quart dopant. no ,..
10 day of August A.! .. 1971. ,.. uoule.wrrm
In testimony whereof I hereunto alt wars reel I 4 "Tha c/rtom."s turn la'llc I .
RICHARD (PICK) STONE, subscribe my name and R.al el/ Champion deposits.Prevents. sludge Makes and on' yltT9uME res.,, b all I. '

SECRETARY: OP STATE I gmtt' cUan """" =
cause the Seal of the said townto '
lave 1.00 ': RACING
be hereunto affixed this the fw.11 T.
NOTICE Bth day of August 1971, A.D. Moron on ,__
TO BIDDERS Carl Hurst, Mayor TWO

The Bradford County; Boardof Attest: Merrill Edwards / 1OAUON

Public Instruction will accept City Clerk onus ..
" sealed bids for food 8/19 4t 99MfwrtmMal

scraps from all school cafeterias .
until 10:00 Tuesday
: ajn.
Sept. 7, 1971 In the officeof e .
(; urged to
the Superintendent, 11 N.

For Court more Street Information, Stork, Florida.pleas "Ink ovoid';td ie to m fine( except there IMor inackt.. : ..t

J contact f.c1W- t/J.904-7797.. he' thing ogets at between mrait.a M :!

/ Page 12 co Telegraph t I September 2, 1971 : :t

Soil And Water Conservation
; lahe

--, Supervisors Plan Top Program -- Community News -

>By Evelyn Bradley
Pboo* 533-2H9: Officers of the Florida Association contest will be a highlight of the
of Soil & Water Conservation meeting and this year's sub
District Supervisorshave ject will be "What Is a Soil By, Elizabeth Givens Walker
arranged and Water Conservation District
an outstanding si sinus ('f 1 I IIZ F\s:
for this annual :.'" Participants In the con SCHOOL BEGINS:; At tills \ctlvtty prizes will be
14' program year's dl: ) night: \,, Sept 2, at 8:00: p.m. C orrectlon on the Senior Citizen -
meeting, according to Earl test will be winners of the district School bells rang for all in the Masonic Hall on Hrown- Club organization The ivi>n to the person wearing the
!h Jones, chairman of the Brad and area contests. Murphy : funniest original All
schools In Bradford Count!; Ice Street. All members arc meeting on September 23 will ; costume.
ford Soil & Water Conservation Oil Corporation will provide Monday, August/ 30. :Many eagar asked to please be present and be made for Halloween Par. Senior Citizens are Invited to
District. The meeting will be financial support for contest faces entered for 1971-72 term on lime. We are hoping that I l\ which will be on October" 26. attend the activities.
held August 25-27 at Daytona prizes as they have done for the with much enthusiasm. Everyone : each member had an enjoyable
Beach. past several years Is hoping tor a successful vacation and will be ready to
aw "The I keynote message will bo Two Bradford County; youth start work. 'I 1 he Organization
delivered by Dr. Donald \. leaders, Jimmy Alvarez, State term.dult Classes began at the is slat we make It. SCNooL S10P5 Bus'I' A I lrnuU l K:) .-

Spencer biologist-ecologist, of r 1"president, and Waller \0-Tech, KIT! and I Incoming Greater Bethlehem I I'ree Will\ HERE 1',"kutol1'l1 earlier trademark -
Silver Spring Md., whose 43 Prevatt, State 4-president! \lod.JY night, lug 311.11 Interested Baptist Church, 1'ev.' l InspciVMIIlims [ :uiii'tipnuintf/ \ nvii years of work in this field will be guest of Die Bradford adults lire Invited to at Pastor. Senior Choir .I
qualifies him to bring a down- Board at Friday's session, and tend. 1 his Is an onnorUmltN rehearsel! each Monda) night .\\V :; eye with the slogan.

to-earth view of the conservation will be presented I to the convention one to study for a diploma, job lour :\o.'; 3 and t'shers Hoard n t t", the-\"erSh'CJI."l'll\'e'term, birth"
problems confronting us members. improvement, or self Improve 1a. :1! meet \\cdnesda night.;: / "private eye.

today," Jones said. Convention ment. For Information call!0046130. ) I'riler meeting'I'hursda) night.: __ ,,,,,, . ....__.. ,
headquarters will :- ):-:':<<': ':-> :-:<< ":>" >..:"...:.>.."."' .<> "." "' '''' .u
Sen. Bill Gunter; of Orlando, be the :; Slorj hour Thursd.i night: r '' -' ""'r n. : : > : ;_
Voyager Beach
Motel In .' : ; ; ;7 ; r.I;. id'.m;:
r chairman of the Agriculture Day tona. p.m. The I monthly\ Sunda) Schoolteachers i -- .. .. .
Appropriations Committee and IJI I 1.1. Clt 1'1"1:1: ; |f,8/ conference will be :. .. ; Nini.e I It.ill!
"1P'' A cv vice chairman of the Wajs and Planning to represent the Dell! Chapter IBS OF)| S will held; lifter conference an official r- # ..A jj;
ql M Means Committee, will speakon Bradford District are Earl hold its regular meeting I'lmrs- Board meeting will beheld 3 &i'rritla ro. qrr
( oervfce
some of the legislative i: '.reettnrJ .
as (ones, James Watson, Russ Sundaj Is pnstoii.il! da\. I I I
pects of conservation.SOIL\V II- \\'II tson, and thcl r families. Sunday, School will begin: wrlccs :. ....,.. .",.." .'" ,.. if i ,,'. f"114- .,"*. ..W"" I
y bur Boyd Palmetto, presidentpro t'ovlngton M. uoodley, District 1 HeudSturt.Nou \ at 9:30.: Morning !Service, $; 'I ,', "
/ tern of the Senatewlll speakat ; Conservationist for Hrudford- II a.m. Dinner will be hewed '
ti : .- rc. the annual banquet. t"nion District, will also attend nt''ruiljn g at 12:30.: I league at 4 p.m. holy f f 'I..".. ('lIrlll n '1 Cordially
Tile annual student speaking the sessions with the group. Foiir-YVur-Olds Commmlon' will be ,given: In :
_..c.------ the 6 service. LItc.;' I
I The Bradford Count Ilead :j1;r I:. ,. ei/Itt1'e't\v t/c/colnes/

SOME PUNKIM! MOVIESThe Start program/: Is now recruiting bencher!:: Baptist Church. 1'1; I. i I ,"..q.: I V''?.n ;and Your I.
Hcv. I,erov Davl rw"nr I nihleClass v,
If you're good at math you Mrs. Tom Hendcrrast and for chldren of families !In each Monday night ::a I:_:': :.. ''1. I Iifl1: : lo. \ our
might' have a little fun tryingto children of Fort Lauderdaleand the low Income bracket, who <:: -'Iarl.e
figure out how many pies 1,000,000 Duck" will be devices to dispatch his victims have reached the age of four. Thursday night I'rajcr Meet : : M'\\ lIlllllC 'ap
could be made from this 101. Rev. and Mrs. Luther Mc- nlavlna at the Florida State each different from the Parents with eligible;: children ing. I Friday night choir rehearsal -
Gee of Jacksonville.Ray Theatre Friday thru Tuesday 7 p.m. Sunday School
other. contact of the
may any
H.pound(Jim pumpkin) Moncrief grown In his by garden J.* and Mary Dot Miller with Dean Jour and two Broad- Basing his attacks on the ten Head Start staff members at 9:4: ';. :Morning' service II a.m. p l The State of FloridaIt
way newcomers Sandy I Duncan curses which befell Phatoahin the RUE Center between the with choir No. 3 In charge of
at Kiz Lake. In Lake Wales.
sley Saturday
spent and James Gregory hours of 8 to 4 song service. Evening: service It N Our Desire. lo Make You Keel Welcome and
Jim ttiat'no special They had guests on the Old a.m. p.m.,
says'\ as supper and Th e Walt Disney comedy Is Testment, ; the curse of Monday through Frldaj."Speak 7 p.m. with the Juniors In ;* '1'" A'uaint| : You With Your ('ily.
nlghlf Judy
fertilizer was used to produce Thursday Larry about a fowl that almost fouls bolls, bats, frogs, blood, hall, charge of song service.
this huge specimen, believedto NeSmith of Jacksonville.Spend the monetary systems of the beasts, locusts, first born, and :::
be the largest pumpkin ever ing the week with Randy Mil world up by laying eggs with solid darkness, Price manages to the O/dlem.4cj&: Greater Allen Chapel A ME: i If yon me new In the urea phone
grown In this area, but he did ler was Mark Pendergast, also gold yolks. send of his prey to their respective Church, Rev. C.E.': Jenkins pastor
remove all but two from the of Jacksonville.Davd Jones has to date made seven valhallas before the picture -r--- Sunday School will beginat i toll nil! hrintr you n prompt isit!t

vine, when they were little,Justto and Jimmy Cottle of movies for Disney and starredIn ends. } 10:00: a.m. Love 1'castser-
from local IIH-IOHH. I'lc.'ive, : jfl ht'
International $ your
see what would happen. The Woodbine, Ga. spent from Sun- four of the company's box second screen 0-'" vice. 11 a.m. Holy Communionwill
other one weighed over SO with their office bonanzas: "The Love shocker "The House That be given In the 6 ser-
day till Tuesday here Screams" p.m. r her a call She hits maps and many:
pounds.Mr. grandmother, Mrs. Ella Cottle. Bug," "That Darn Cat," "The demonstrates the ,.---...... t'lans are in the making for
Moncrief likes to "see Mrs. Tom Nail and son, John Ugley Dachshund"and"Blackbeards value of filming a story on location the Church Anniversary which : free and wonderful /triftn forou.
things growing" as a hobby, David, and Miss Wendy Floyd Ghost." The movie star In when you're angry/ will terminate the 2nd Sundayin r>
and has a beautiful lawn, flowers of Jacksonville spent last week- also starred In "Monkey's Go sites in Europe.carefully selected and it'll he the henl ..|>erolijou'll October. ${;: from 1"111 husineales.if .

and shrubbery, as well end In Tampa and visited Busch home' and "The Horse in the ever regret., :;:: if:'. 2'JA8tS9Jk M7 ':?!I4rt'!: "fI ..
as a vegetable garden at his "
Gray Flannel Suit
Starring Lilli Palmer, Crls-
place on the lake. Elder Phil Roswell Rogers wrote the tina Galbo .
"Some folks think this soil Mrs. E.O. and are and John Moulder
spending a tew oays at Ute 1.1- screenplay and wlsequakes foe Brown, the story relates the
is too sandy to grow" stuff, der's cabin at Highlands, N.C. the picture comes from the bizarre events which occur In
but they're wrong, he says. Mrs. Warren Ebllng and Susan story hatched by "Hazel" car- a semi-correctional school for FLORIDA GRADE'A*
"It'll grow anything, with the and Mrs.Nell Johnson of toonist Ted Kay. teenage girls, as one-by-ono
help of a little fertilizer, of Jacksonville spent last week Friday and Saturday night at students disappear the story
course. la Rome, Ga. visiting relatives.Mr. the 301 Drive-In will be two develops Into a suspenseful my- FOOD
.. and Mrs. Paul Burgerand ghostly horrors, "The Abominable liteI')'. WHOLI FRYERS
KINGSLEY LAKE son and Debbie Martin of Dr. Phibes" starring Starring at the Drive-In 2 PER AG Stores Will Be
BAPTIST CHURCH Gainesville were visiting Mr. Vincent Price and Joseph Cot- Sunday Tuesday will be Hock
Sunday School, 9:30: ; TrainIng and Mrs. J.B. Crawford and ten and "The (House That Hudson in "Pretty; Maids All
Union 10:15: ; Morning Worship family recently. Screamed." In A How." Co-Starring with ,, FAIR Closed Labor Day
11; Evening Worship,7:30: ; Mrs. Mildred Crews and Mrs. American IntprnaMnnnl'. the MG.M! hit will be "Move"a i
Prayer Meeting, 7:30: : each Maine Crawford were visitingMr. "Dr. Phibes tarns Vincent sexy, Imaginative comedy, Monday Sept. 6
Wednesday; Choir Practice and Mrs. John Lilley and Price as a "creative "Killer that Interweaves fact with fan ,
8:30: ; Pastor, Rev.Robert West. family in Jacksonville.On Mon who designs an assortment of tasy. I' SUPERMARKETS
day the Charles Crews familyhad
AUXILIARY BAKE SALE as guests Mr. and Mrs.
The Kingsley Lake Volunteer Graham. Crews and Daniel
Fire Dept Ladles Auxiliarywill Crews of Jacksonville. ONUS BUYS GOOD THRU WIDNISDAY, SIFT. ,1 7T.QUANTITY RIOHTS KISIRVID.

have a bake sale Saturday Sympathy Is extended to FLORIDA THEATREShowtimeWeekdays I I
beginning at 9 a.m. at the entrance James .Blackshear In the death : CENTER CUTSIRLOIN CHUCKCEmAGAR'S

ThanKs to to Strlckland's Landing.. i" of his mother. 7:00 Sunday J:00 Saturday. 1:00 CANNED !1
Mr. Strickland for
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmont Starling
______ I
letting us use his property. was visiting Mrs. Elma i
Proceeds from the sale will OR BONELESS FUll CUT MOUND
go toward purchase of equip Riggs Rev.Saturday.and Mrs. Robert West FRI., SAT., SUN., MON., TUES. J. HAMS : ROAST

ment for the Fire Department and family have returned from BONILISS All MEAT NO WASTE 5 TEA K 5 I
a week's visit with relatives SEPT. 3, 4 5 6 7lt'S i
CARD OF TII\M: In Gainesville, Ga. They also :'
Thanks to all our relativesand spent several days in High ''tom 58"
friends for their kind deeds lands N.C. Elder $389 1
at the E.G. $119

during'Leslle's pital.PERSONALS. stay In the hos Recent cabin.visitors of Mrs. J. the webfoot Charlie.wonder with. 5 C <
I M. Bradley were Mrs. Jack the 24 karat I layaway plan! _
: Bradley and children of Orlando I I I 1 I 1la
From these hallowed halls Mr. and Mrs. V.N. Geiger .---
1 of home, Our children have Reece and Jim Bradleyof ux tin tin
I gone away, To leave a vacant Jacksonville and Mr. and fa tie 941 u '
silence there where Mrs. and WafcD&ney _
Guy Bradley daughter
_ _
once rang voices gay productions c-
of Monroe
but for three short weeks we Ca. ......
had a little one in our home Terry Simmons of Tallahassee
son of Mr. and Mrs. ij
again. Little Carrie Shaw
stayed Donald Simmons, spent last 0 0 0 0 0 0D i1j
with us while her parents, Gene

and Betty; Lou,were on vaca tion. week Mr. and with Mrs.his aunt Reggie and Underhill uncle.- _
She was such a Joy to. have, and family. The Under- ,
and though we miss her, we hills several I
spent days this
know she Is happy to be back week.in Ocala with Mrs. Underlll's SOFT HOT DOGoRHAMBURGER SOFT
home again with her parentsand 1
sister and
family, the
sister. Ronald Prevatts, 1 DRINKS DRINKSASSORTED -

:Marlon and Dorothy Combs Sympathy Is extended to Edna oean JONES sanoaDUNCAN TECHNICOLOR- I ROLLS VARIETIES
enloved several days of fishingat Norton Inthe death of her. ASSORTED VARIETIES I
Rodman Dam and reported alarge joe FLYNN Tony ROBERTS james GREGORY [Qj i l 12 >r. c.n
.. 1
brother-in-law Jim Burton.
catch: each day. MWNNW1rNloN f N.IMN-
Those here from out of townto 1

Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Smith aHpnd the funeral were Mrs. 6/l j
1 12'529(10j79cCOMPARE
Richard Macheda and daughter,
and Mrs. David Cottle spent
Mrs. Art Seibert of Jackson. 1I BTL
Thursday and Friday in Dar-
villa and Sue Sweat Orlando I
lan, Ga. with Mrs. Cottle'saunt
who spent the weekend with the 301 DRIVE IN:1-:1
and uncle, Mr. and :Mrs.
W.M. Gale. Nortons. Maxie Norton was slso i onus iiw IVHYDAY I low/ man mirror low/ marl mirror low mai
home for the weekend. lie is
working with the Communications Show Begins At Sundown Nw

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gay have Service Co. In Jackson Aa JUNI!BOY MESH ra ICE TEA la _PANTRY_ MIDI_ _m GOLDKIST
I had as recent guests Mr. and ville and resides there. PIXIEPOPPOPSICLES POTATOCHIPS




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Masonic Rites Mr Emma Molt MADISON STREET .
BAPTIST CHURCH yp y iW'W 4 i ,
Held in Macon Services HeldAtBrooker Sunday School, j9:45j; Morn- I

For J.L. lag Worship at II I: Church
GentryJ.L.OlmmleCentry Training 6:15: ;; WMII Prayer

Circle 7:15j: ; Evening Worship, .
T2.died Mr*. Erma Lewis Mott 77, : t
Thursday Aug. 19, In Bradfordotter of Brooker died Sunday, Aug. 7:30.Monday Youth Choir Practice t

County Hospital a lone 29, In Bradford County; Hospital Junior Choir Practice 7
U s after an extended illness. pjn.
Mr.Gentry was born in Den- She was born in Starke on Tuesday, Prayer Group, 9:30:
nlston. Va., and came to Stark April 19, 1894. the daughter of
in 1938 u manager of the State the late Ned and Worthy AmGllsson Wednesday, Prayer Meeting

Farmer Market here. He silo Lewis. She was a mem- 7:30: ;; Church Choir Practice, CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF GOD FIRST PRESBYTERIAN JORDAN MISSIONARY CHURCH OF CHRISTAT
worked with the Seaboard ber of the Baptist Church. Deacons Meeting 8:30. p.m. CHURCH 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. BAPTIST MISSION' MELROSE
Sunday School. ':4:5:
Coastline Railroad aa trainmanand ftndajr: School 'i45 a.m.
Surviving are three daughters --Denton Sumrall pastor a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -
for 25 Morning Worship, II a.m.Youth U.S. 301 North behind Taste -
conductor year Maniac Worship 11 svm. Youth
Mr Amanda Wilkinson 11 Sunday Schedule of Services:
Worship ajn.
Fellowship. 8 Choir Practice Frees Drive In. Sunday
of the 110m.
a member Service 6:00
and was
: p.m.EftlllqrWor-
of .lol11.ter. Fla.; Mr. Mary Evening, 7 p.m. Youth Night 10 Sunday Bible Study
Trainmen Wednesday 8 School ajn. \ -
of Kallroad 7 pjn.
Brotherhood Slmmona and Mr*. Doris Lay FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH anlp pjn Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch vice, II a.m. and 7 pjn.Prayer a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.
Union.A STARKE Thursday night Prayer Meet
nell, both of Gainesville; two Meeting Friday 7:30: p.m. Service 7:30: pjn. Wednes m. Evening Worship, 7:00 p.m.
member of the Starke FirstBaptist sons. J.R. and Marshall ktiott, Sunday Sunday School 9:43: : ; 1130 p.m. -Rev. Y.W. JUdd pastor. day. All other Eveninga-8OOp.m" : .
Church, Mr.Gentry was Morning Worship at 11 Ivy Luke Pastor CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
both of Brooker one sister sermon L40
; Olive pastor, E.L. HAMPTON CHR1311AN
member and Past Master -
also a "Contending for
the Faith".
of Bradford Lodge No. 35, 15 Mrs. Ophelia Moore and five Brooker; Church Training, 6:15; Even SMYRNA MtBONARYBAP'mT Sunday School 10 Sum. Morning Griffls, associate pastor. CHURCH:
F, t A.M.i a member and Past grandchildren great ing worship. 7:30.: sermon CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Worship, n.Training Union, Sundajr School 1 10 a.m. MornIng -
Worthy Patron of Starke Chap grandchildren. "Him Who I*Able to Keep You" tt W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser- Sunday School 9:30: ; Training 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH WoMhlp, 11 ajn. Evening
ter, OES No. 224; past president Funeral services were held Youth Fellowship 8:30. vices: Sunday School. 10 a.m. Union 10:15 ajn.; Morning Worship LeRoy Dalrymple, Pastor BROOKER Worship 7.-Jame.5I1aw. pas
of the Starke Shrine Club; at 2 p.m. Monday In the Brooker Monday Youth Choir Practice Preaching, 11 sun. Training U- U a.m.; Evening Worship Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship tor.
a 32nd Degree Mason, and Baptist Church with Rev. 7 p.m.Tue.day 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship 730! p.rn.i; Prayer Meeting 7:30 BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Services 11 a.m. and 7
member of the Scottish Rite James Temple and Rev. L.L. WMU Executive 7 p.m.Everyone welcome Wednesday. Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn- p.m. Training Union, S p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
bodies and Morocco Templeof Parker officiating. Intermentwas Board Meediw. 9:43: : a.m. Pro- -Wilbur Dyers, pastor. Pastor Rev. Robert West. Inc Worship. 11 a.m.: Evening Rev Lacy Conway, Pastor BROOKER, FLA.
the Shrine: a member of the in Dyal Cemetery under gram, 10:15; Business Meeting Worship, 7:30: p.m.t; Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday -
direction of DeWitt C.
Past Master Committee; Moro- Jones 111; Young Musician Choir CHURCH OF GOD Meeting, 7:30: Wednesday GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH School. 10 a.m. Roa Bristol -
cco Temple AAONMS: and a Funeral Home. Pallbearer 3:30: ; G.A. Meeting 4:15. OF PROPHECY. BROOKER NEW RIVER BAPTIST -Rev. J.C. Saunders, pastor Sunday School, 10 Morning Superintendent.Training
Bradford were grandsons of Mrs. Mott. Sunday School. 10 Morn-
member of the Wednesday Family Night Sundsy School, 10 a.m. Mom- Worship, II a.m. and 7 nlon, 6:43: p.m. Lowell Douglas,
County; Farm Bureau. Suooer. 6 n.m.j Praver MeetIng tnt Worship, 11 a.m. YoungPeople'a Union 11 Evening MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Director. Worship Services II
Survivor Include his wife, Elect Ewell Lawson Your R.A. Meeting 6:30: ;Teachers Service, 6 p.m. 7 P.m. Worship Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday P.m.Rev, John Ross pastor, a.m.. 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw music -
Eva Rigdon Gentry; two daughters City Councilman and Officers Meeting, 7:15: ; EvmnceUstfc Service, 7 p.m. 8 p.m. Wednesday Night School, 11 a.m. Morning Wor- director./
Mrs. Vida Gentry Beall service, 7:30:: p.m. Everyone 6 Union
Church Choir Practice, 8:15.: Wednesday Prayer Meeting. ship, p.m. Training
Macon Ga., and Mrs. Anne Thursday Music Makers 7:80: p.m. Come and worship welcome. 7 p.m. Evening Worship EVERGREEN BAPTIST HEILBRONN BAPTIST
Gentry Segars. Camden S.C.; day Aug. 22, in Rlversldi Choir Practice 3:30 Visitation with us. L.L. Parker pester Wednesday -7:30: Prayer Ser Highway 125 Northwest of
one son, James L. Gentry Jr., Cemetery, Macon, Ga., with 7 p.m.WA. -Rev. Bobby Harris pair vices. Lawte,. Sunday School 10 sm. School F
Sunday 9:45
: a.m.
Rev. Wallace ivforton officiat LEVEL BAPTIST Morning Worship 11:15.: Sunday -
Illaleah PINE
seven grandchildren, Hogan, -Rev. Bob Cooper. Pastor
Morning Worship II. Training
and three grandchildren. ing. Fritz Kramer and D.E. GREATER BETHLEHEM School 10 Night Service, 7:30: p.m.
Nettles Worshipful Master of FREE WILL Sunday a.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Ser-
Funeral services were held CHURCH Morning Worship II a.m. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST
at 4 p.rru Saturday, Aug. 21, Bradford Lodge No. 35, participated Cor. Ash A Chestnut Sunday Services (Booster Band. Young Sunday 9:43 CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Rev. Albert I Knight< Service vice. 7:30., :7:30.Midweek Prayer
In the First Baptist Church in the ceremonies with It .is School, 9:30: : Morning Service) 6 Worship I ajn.j I pastor :
and ,
the Masonic Memorial Team of thoughtful of television! llj Lea t ue,4p.inNlgntServlce" People, Prayer Morning 11 I a.m.Even -Rev. L. Tommy Howe
with Rev. W.H. llogan of- Macon. to show us the pilot/ episodes! 6 cu p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. ing Worship 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer pastor. d:
ficiating. Pallbearers were cf series that will never btmade. p.m.Rev. ja.perWU\iam.\ Midweek Service, Wednesday Meeting and Bible Study 7 LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH G
James I". Putnam Lonnle Rho- Local arrangements were in At least wt know now poster 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland. p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. Sunday Schools 9:45: .! ;. H
den. Fritz Kramer Hal. B. charge of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral tome of the narrow escape we Pastor. G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone Morning Worship 11 a.m.EvenIng CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF fi
Hamilton, Tom II. IIowe)). Gene Home while arrangements had FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome Worship 7:30: p.m. Mid LATTER DAY SAINTS

Long, and Carl Hurst. in Macon were under e e e STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH week Bible Study, Wednesday, 1404 E. Bessent Road ci!
Masonic graveside serviceswere the direction of Memorial Cha Sunday School. 9:45: ;; Morning (Highway 100 at Theressa) 7:30: P.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a. A
held at 4:30: p.m. Sun- pel. Worship, 11; Junior. and Senior Sunday School- a.m.MornIng FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH !Be In church Sunday. m. Sunday' Sctvd,10" l a.m. Sac- t t!

MYF groups, 8 p.m. Worship 11 a.m. Train- Sunday Service:Sunday School Frank Jarvts. pastor raiTietit:' 6 p.m. K
Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearssl Ing Union 6:30 p.m. ; Even- 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, Monday Mia 7:30 P.m.
7 iun. Prayer Meeting, 7:15 Tuesday Primary 4:30: p.m.
Ing Worship : p.m. 10:45: a.m. Evening Service 7:15: 0
PARENTS! 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Night Prayer Ser p.m. Youth Group Meeting', Sun- ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC Wednesday Relief Society; c
7:45.DeWitt: vices 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle day 6:30: p.m. CHURCH, MACCLENNY 7:30 p.m. r.
T. Farabee Jr. Packham, pastor. -JC. Brown, minister Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy Presidentwwwrun Jesse D. Branson Branch s

Jay Mass 5:30: p.m.

NOW IS THE TIMETO HOLINESS CHURCH; ---- -------------, -- -- -- ---. g.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; ,
Morning Worship II a.m. Youth "'* W8 r,1< w '
7 p.m. I worship GOD
school authorities have made provisions for protecting your child against Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 A move

accidents through an accident policy which provides for m.dicald.ntalhospital, P.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey, pastor I in HIs HOUSE is a t'I v : t

nursing and ambulance service up to a maximum of 3500.00 with 1500.00

for accld.ntallon of liv. The cost I is small GRACE BAPT'IST'CIIURCII I MOVE in the :

PLAN 1 : $3.25 for School-Associated Accident Coverage STARKE .
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning

PLAN 2 $15.25 for 24 hour accident Worship at It. Training DIRECTION
: coverage.To Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Wor- RIGHT :

ship, 7:30.: Wednesday! Prayer

enroll your child simply send the correct premium for the plan desired to your Meeting, 7:30..Rev.. Leon T. .
Odom, Jr., pastor. Church i a the first lep ,in fmne ,
To attend
child's homeroom teacher This coverage I Is underwritten by Bankers FidelityLife I

Insurance Company, Atlanta, Georgia. AIRPARK BAPTIST, CHURCH attend regularly "u to continue in the right duet J h alI t '

Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-i, i a t ;:;;:;

Y'OUR Ing I Worship, II a.m.; Evening I eon, and give' one an opporlunty, to under.la.nlOod f' ,"jj
ENROLL CHILD TODAYLOCAL Worship 7 p.m.j; Wed. Prayer I

Meeting and Bible Sturdy, I '. w.ll. in pre, life. Now i It the time to make your j
7 p.m. Young' Peoples Moet1 4
REPRESENTATIVE -" every Monday, 7 p.m. move Choose the way that will lead you to God : ::
G.F. Prevatt, pastor Everyone W '
d ,
In tilt I 1 rri
Father James Cregan, pastor The huuh il Cil' PP in"a agency ;rI :;
Saturday Mall 7 p.m.Sunday ,for spreading, .A. knowledge. ol' Poe. lore ta man j and 'r '
Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, I demand for man to respond 1 10 that' 'love by ; ;
7 I" ,. ttm grounding, ," the :::
p.m. Without
hll n.ghb.r :
Confessions -- Saturday 6 or .oii.ty' ai way of, Ida., ,.:ys; ;::
lore ol God no government l ;::
v/h.ch. we hold y '\ ,:,
p.m.School of Religion: will long persevere" and the f freedom therefore even I horn ." ,! .q fa i ::.::.

Grade School -- Sunday 11 dear will inevitably,. P.lllhh. ; the Churth '; j 5
1 z of' view. ou wppo'l
WHAT YOU DO a.m. to 12 noon. selfish point of' ksmsll and te' f family,I w ;':'
Ih. lake of the wlfa 1 1I
High School -- Wednesday hr should uphold 4 t
7 to 8 p.m. leyondhot/ however every person I
''U the truth t
I and pa-l- <..pa" In the Church because the I truth:' : "h"h: s e f un t
about, man'i I Ms.,' death and destroy; 'I y
NOIITIISIOI ",\PTISTCII ,1. alone will. set him. tree. to I live. at o thud, .1''God I
z ,

Sunday Morning Worship .. ;.
BETWEEN4ANDTONIGHT 8 9:45; Sunday School 11. Sun- I c..--.. ,d. f.. rNt .
day Kvenlne: Worship 730.: (

Wednesday livening, 7:30.: I \ ., I
i -Wajne Wells, PastorST. "
1 I C I

i! : 1
Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd /!. _. '

Sundays, 10 a.m. Morning J'ray.
er 10, 2nd, 4th and 5th :Sunday, ii m l2''.!'9 m A i i i i "t 'A'j'i' i'Pj I

a.m.John M, I lynn. Rector L....
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IS Bible School 10 a.m. Worship STARKE Cl66"SERVICE
Services, II ".m. and FLORIDA
8 p.m. Midweek Service Wednesday
7 p.m. Ladles Bible Ci
Class, Thursday II a.m.Church EST Hill EdHpr-dH Ph. !)lfi4-7231

located' ops block west on SR ; Tire
18. c:> ONTROLa "
1-J.P.H. Bell minister :; ,
lIeadliahtdJuaUnlf ;:
OI6Mrse C*.

: CIIUHLII Carl Mural Phone 98-<<.8111
Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor- Wheel Italancc and
ning Won Ip II Youth
You "MM. I tlu< 1\IIlIrlll"'I wrrn .1 I pm and 8: |pray arc w hill Service 6 p.m. Tvenlng: Wor- 5.19! E. Call SI. Starke Fla. Alignment

t L.i'adl IIII' "lVuk lYruxrTluit'Htlu': tim" when ship 7:30: p.m. Rev. Tommy 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE l'hon.964.5715 for FREE '
> on ,.uxlullyuurnnighlnnrn.-ust'thmmostelnctrklty. I.. Milliard, pastor. .
Hlway 301 and 100
t I IWriNilingnff. Tanking', H.ikintf. I>i"hwushin .Inspections! and EntlmaUs) AH Minor Hcpalra

You I know the routine.) All rmiMMin" ununuilUhorn FIRST ASSEMBLY taD S. Temple" ) Starke "
OF GOD 617 N. Temple Ave. Stark :
r.' '\' driiin on the pmu-r supplyl rind nil inert'n"I' ;,,
tlie cnuruTH! of n snvi'r.hurtngncxrurringonathot, Raltord Rood t Weldon St.-

$ununer'sdayahrnjutittdarutcvt'rythirconditionerwithin t Charles Thomas, pastor.

;, milts! 'ill gibing, full blast.I3 tag***y.Schoen 15a.m. Morn-. STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDSGrocery BRADFORD
Sunday Eveata
.'t\1'I'n I pin\ ami N \pm on hot dn\'H.ni .

,; Don't ovnrcrsrl.| 1\ lie,. plan 011:11111h: <'h rcquiro Iiltll'

or nl i cooking. Cook IIt'furl'lIr nftrr peak pi-riudi. BAYLESS J1JGIIW \Y BAPFJST l / ".wtarinf Ate Hardware Groceries Meats Feed (Heller Service For Your :.
; i1 i: (Th"l'IlInw holtln true for washing! and l drying dClth1Ir
Sunday School, 10 Worship GAS AND OIL Till Problem
a.m. -
Paint Supplies
unddishes.ll'inullyktrp) to u minimum tin- amount Service 11 a.m. Church Cewplete: '?.
b of hot VMIUTou use for hnthr. IIhu\\I'rll.unll other Jack and Edward
training, 6:30: p.m. Evening' and Sporting Good.Cluck Gladys betracU
I UHCH during pouk peruxls.Klivtricity Worship 7:30.
'; like ell of Americas rcxourci'ti. WednesdayPrayer Meeting, With Us rirat" U. 8. 301 South Stark Till Innuranc :

;IIhllulcllH.l | used| wisvly. Ily helping UMconsvrxcrliftricity. 7:30: p.m.Rev PHONE "..1312 I5X W. CAn Ph. M4-MM '
1H..tw'.n.j pm nnd /H pm thl'II'lIumm1''j'. J.D. Robinson 211 1'.1\1..'" 81. M4-S270

days, you'll Ix helping y iurst-lf. ncl.'wr'un"I'IIII1. !'
.",,,, ','
-.. 'Birds have
to' glands" That's the no kind sweat of Owned My Tlraa W* Bent In Twelve) Her......' Florida. l.reunite. Hetp4n. Our Memker IJve lute i:
l Ing information yet difficult we to find work faseinat.Into o RLetrieaG.=1Gyrt.. .. HelfhU. .......>. 47S-4tll :


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i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS"MELROSE:, i 0i i Boating Cases On Decline;

j"J -- -- -- -- ------ -- -- ----- -- ------ -----sell/ I Juvenile Offenders ChargedJudge

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: : '.i Keystone/ Hilites f!. Graham Hutchinson of In the boat,,. Judge Hutchlnson Cases heard by Judge Hutch

I Lake Geneva said yesterdaythat said. ison during the past week Included
efforts of the Florida Marine Among the Juvenile cases to ;

By GLORIA REDFEARN Patrol In enforcing the law be heard before JIKT): HutchInson Alfred Cane Davis Putnam
r--- In area lakes seems to have are charges ofreckles's: Hall failure to have vehicle
Please Call 473-3288 473-4182 reduced the number of viola-
of discharge of firearms on a under control resulting to property -,
tions In recent weeks. public highway and hunting squirrels damage to a fence; gate
PTA COFFEE Robert Price Mrs. Mary Sch- Four boat violation cases out of season made against etc of another person. Sentence '
A coffee will be held this aeffer and Mr.and Mrs.Charles were handled during the past two Juveniles aged 15, was suspended on condi-
afternoon (Thursday) Sep(. 2, Gaboardl and son, John and I week with three Jacksonville and 16.by Wildlife officer James tion that repairs be made to
at 2 p.m. at the Keystone Mr. Heflln of Lake Geneva. menWoodrow Mltchen. Hubner.Hutchison. damaged property.
da Height School. Come and get Mrs. Tomes' daughter Cheryl James E. Orth and William said the boys were Willie Lee Robinson Melrose

acquainted with all the teachers made the birthday cake. Earl Brown charged with firing their guns--an automatic fishing without valid li-
and school personnel. Mr. and Mrs Leon Bureau towing skllers without obser- .22 rifle and a 12 gauge shot- cense fined $31 or five days.
of Merritt Island were guests ver and mirror. Each: was gunat squirrels along High Mrs. Vernon D. Peters Jr.,
o DUPLICATE BRIDGE of Mr.and Mrs.Fred Wiles found guilty and fined $11. The way 21 in a thickly settled part Starke worthless check,guilty
Winners for Tuesday Aug. of Clover Lane last weekend. ..... fourth case was against Dar- of Lakevlew Drive. Florida law permitted to make restitutionand

-11 24, are; First,,. Mrs. C.C. Mr. and Mrs Ed Dwyer entertained Ada. rell D. Haley of Keystone requires that children 16 yearsor pay court costs.
Carnes and Mrs. Mary Cook: ; their guests Mrs. 1 Heights for operation of unregistered younger be accompanied by

a tied for second, Mrs. W.II. Charles Rumford of Hyde Park, ._ 1 motor boat. lie was their parents when carrying James Donald Rothfeldt!, Key
;t Bartlett and Mrs. ..G. Mel- N.Y., and Mrs. L. LaRosa of found guilty and fined $11. guns even rifles. stone I Heights charged with assault -
; v rick, and Mrs. Rowland Bryan As an example of we type and harrassment
it Brooklyn N.Y with week long Tracy Baker with vio-
of carelessness that In Another Juvenile to be
: being case
and Mrs. C.V. Home Third lence. Placed
; activities of sailing swimming under $501 peace
discouraged Judge Hutchinson heard by Judge Hutchison Involves
Mrs. C.W. Beasley and Mrs. bond to
fishing and sight-seeing trips. keep the peace and refrain -
.. Val Givens; fourth! Mrs. W.H. Now ColonelTracy cited the case of a mother a 16 1/2 year old boy from further acts of
Davie and Mrs. V/J. Grollck. who was towing three chlld..n.aged who led officers on an 80 mile wrong doing for a period of
Winners for Thursday evening 4, 5, and 6, on a surf- chase from the traffic light In three months.

Aug. 26: First Mr. and Mrs. Services Held M. Baker son of Mr. board in the middle of Lake Keystone Heights almost to Mrs. Merle Couey, Lake
Raymond Starnes second: Mr. and Mrs. T.W. Baker Brooklyn. None of the child- Smith Lake. In addition to the
1 ; For Fred Sacher of Lake Geneva failure or refusal to
ren could swim and none had speeding charges Hutchisonsaid
and Mrs. Charles T. Smith; Geneva has been promoted by deliver merchandise after
Ill 'rw third W.J. Grollck and C.W. Gideon Leader the Air Force from Lieutenant on a life preserver. To make the boy had a restricted collecting for Pleaded
> t same.
Hardy, and Fourth Mr. and Colonel to full Colonel effec- matters worse however the license had no valid tag and
mother could not swim and wore no helmet as requiredby guilty and permitted to make
Mrs. A.V. Bannister. tive August 27.
Debra Ann Cromer Weds Park-of-the-Palms Frederick R. Sacher died 80, of Col. Baker is stationed at no life preservers were carried law. restitution and pay court costs.

Mr. GrUfis In COMMUN1T" CHORUS Thursday Aug. 26, after a sud- Homestead Air Base near Miami -
Keystone The first rehearsal of the
den Illness. where fe will be assigned
Keystone Community Chorus Mr. Sacher was born In Buffalo to a program utilizing eight State Owned Coast Guard I
Get You
will be held at the Woman'sClub
Miss Debra Ann Cromer N.Y. on August 23, 1891 squadrons of Constellation aircraft -' Lake Bottoms Mal
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The other attendants. Vickie on Monday. Sept 20. at and was employed by the !New: that fly search and rescue If Your Boat Iso t
George P. Cromer of Keystone Byrd Pam Anthony and Pam 7:30 p.m. All Interested a- York City Reformatory before missions. Back in News RightBefore J
Heights and David ZelglerCrtffls Cromer wore flower print dult singers are urged to at- his retirement. lie had beena
John gowns with velvet ribbons a- tend. If further Information Is resident of Keystone Heightsfor Putnam commis- you head out in
son of Mr. and Mrs. County your According to the new law,
their desired please call 4733395.ST. .
empire waists. the past 20 coming boat, better make that
David Grlffls of Theressa. exchanged years sioners have instructed their sure if the situation aboard a ves-
vows Friday evening Their bouquets were also in ANNE'S EPISCOPALSt. here from New York and was NEWS NOTESBy attorney, Jay E. Asbury of everything complies with the sel "creates an especially
August 20, at 7:30 o'clock In assorted colors. prominent In the work of the Crescent City to determinethe law. Why?Well the Coast Guard; ardous condition" the Coast
the First Baptist Church of Joey Kelley was flower girl Ami's Episcopal Church Gideon Society. Helen V, Egan status of state-owned lakes now has authority not only to Guard can direct the operator
and (Ross Millican ring bearer.Following presented an ecumenical ser- Surviving Is his wife Louise ticket a boater for violation
Keystone Ilel hts. within the county and to advise to return to the nearest dock
vice on Sunday Aug. 15 at 5p.m.
Rev. Merle Packham was the the ceremony a reception Mee Sacher Park-of-the the board as to public but also to make the boater and either make the boat safe
was held at the home of The service: featured a
officiating minister; Mrs.Mar- talented of Palms; three daughters Mrs. access and steps that can be return to shore and correct the or wait until the condition has
the bride and
where satin tablecloths group singers
cia Lee was organist,and Linda 4 purple candles, and baskets -- musicians from St. Augustine's Martha Wilson Chapel Hill, COMMUNITY CHURCH/ / taken to assure the public of defect. been corrected. In addition to
Myers and Ruth! Stanley were or flowers were used in Catholic Church In Gainesville. Tenn.; Mrs. Mary Louise Mak- Pastor Stewart McCord's such access. This new enforcement proce- the new authority the Coast
soloists. decorating. These young people played and ucn, Goshen N.Y., and Mrs. Morning Worshipserviceof last Irving Tyre of Putnam Hall dure came into effect with the Guard can still Issue a citation
Tall baskets of flowes were Phoebe M. DeBlock Blairs- Sunday was based on his ser- Federal Boat for violation of
Jesse J. Leo served Mr.Orlffls sang contemporary music: dur- told the commission last week Safety Act of 1971!) Federal law.
used at the altaragalnsta back as best man, and ushers ing the service.All town, N.J.; two brothers Paul mon subject, "Dream Come that he had to spend the better signed into law by President The Coast Guard has also
candelabra Sacher St. Petersburg William True". Special music the anthem "Mwnrt on Aumst been given
ground ; of to find 10. authority to escort -
Mathew persons were invited and part a day trying access -
with tapers. were Packham Woody\ afterwards had Sacher. Buffalo, N.Y.; one was a solo "Hold Thou to state-owned lakes In The purpose of the new pro- the boat to shore or, If
The bride given in marriageby Mason and Ernie Trlest. In evervonjp the parish\ hall refreshment sister Mrs. Frances Tubbs My Hand", rendered by Dan the Interlachcn area for fishIng cedure is not only to tell the overloading Is the problem remove
her father wore a gown, Serving punch at a table of the church. Saugerties N.Y.; 12 grandchildren Nail, son of organist,. Mrs. purposes. boater he is doing something the passengers or cargoso
completely covered with lace decorated with fern and purple The service was received so and five great grand- William Nail. Tyre complained: that land- wrong but to get him to cor- that the boat may proceed
fashioned with empire waist, carnations were Misses Donna well by everyone thatSt AMe'shopes children. Pastor McCord spoke to the owners and developers were rect Die problem before a life safely to shore.Incidentally .
high neck, and long sleeve!' Sparkman and Priscilla Dodd. to sponsor another simi- Funeral services were held Junior Church Group in a scr- constructions fences dams and is lost or property Is damaged. this new authority -
The skirt terminated In a long Mrs. Martha Wright cut the lar service this fall. at 4 a.m. Sundav In Jones Memorial monette on "God's Creaturesvs. oilier obstructions to deny pub- Prior to the 1971 law, Coast for the Coast Guard; is
train. A shoulder length veil wedding cake and Miss Van- Chapel Keystone Man's ability to Decide", lic access to state-owned lakes. Guard boarding officers could called "termination/ of unsafeuse.

was attached to her daisy headpiece essa Miliican kept the bride's WOMAN'S CLUB Heights with Donald R. Parker The Juniors adjourned to Die Lakes on the Swisher proper- stop a boater and Issue a citation ." So if you're ever ask,.,-

carried a bouquet Standing The first luncheon card partyof Robert Wiliey and Otto Speck Sunday School building for their ties near Putnam l Hall have been for overloading lack of to terminate the' use of .u<-
ofawhite and in the receiving line officiating. Interment was In Junior Church Service led life 'boat be to find
carnations the season will be the "Backto by the subject of controversy for saving devices no fire sure out why
pink roses centered with a were the mother of the bride School" affair on Friday the Keystone Heights Cemetery Marshall ('..allop.ANNOUNCJMENl'S. years with residents complaining extinguishers and other vio- and correct the problem as
lavender orchid the mother of the bridegroom 10 under direction of DeWitt C. : : The Sal- that denied lations. soon as possible.
Sept. at 12 noon at the club- they were access -
maid and members of the wedding Jones Funeral Home of Key- vation Army Band will
Miss Cheryl Crlffls was house. Tickets will be $1.25 give a to them although the lake

1 gown of honor with, wearing flowered a deep headless.purple party.Following a wedding trip to plus tax.In Please advance.make Mrs.reservations John- stone The Heights.family requested that concert Bedford at Lake the on Camp Sunday Park Sept.on bottom Attorney was state Asbury owned.said Mon- ,T..:..:.:..T.,."..:."'...:...,...,..,,................u..J'J'..................'u...........;......;...J'.. ......;.. ,.....:.....;.,...;,..;,....;...:..:..:...,;..:....;..:...;...:...:...:....:...:..:....;...;..:...:...:...;-.:...:.......;....:..;...:...:..:..:.:.

The In Crescent Beach and St. Augus- contribution be made to Gideons 5, at 3 o'clock to which every- that
flowers her bouquet Bird 3-4709, and Mrs. Win- day he would take the mat-
were in mixed colors. at tine home, Mr.at and Theressa.Mrs. Grills are ton Keeth 3-4909 will accept International In lieu of flowers. one is Invited. ter up with the Attorney Gen INDIAN BEACH :ttl I

'\.x.-.. .. ................J'..................................................................................n.................Wfi.u.r .: ................u............;::.u..iI'J. : ... reservations.A monthly-card will be p.m.On, Thursday Pastor McCord Sept. 2 wishesto at 4 an eral's effort office Ui'obtaln in Tallahassee an opinionon in -Phone 41:1.181: % tty

: 3 sponsored by the Woman's party Club Services Held meet with all third fourth the accessibility Issue. __::.:_::_::,.nn.nnn.n:::,.:::: ;:::::::;:::::::::_::_:.::.":.:.:.:.:.:...:'.>.>:-:.:.:.:.: ..:...:..;...:.:.:.:;.:.::.::.:.:.::.:.::.,:.:::.::.::.:,.;,.:..:..:..:.,......:..:..n.:.:.:.......;..:....,...:..,..:...:...:..:.."'...........
i of Keystone Heights. A book of fifth and sixth grade boys interested -

: ii{- tickets for entire series will For Mrs. Ford! In being an Acolyte. Greetings, from your friends friendly and neighbors Roll.ogReporterThings ; -- children visited Jack and I Lot

: be avallalbe for $10 plus 49C !Miller nnd family last :Sunday.We '.
AtMelrose FELLOWSIIIP CLUB House invitation has been sentto sure have
': tax. Twenty members and guests Mr. Kerrigan to be a dele- quieted down around Indian certainly wish T.e.fll:

WftUTADSWORK I' Mrs. Gertrude Ford 57. of enjoyed'\ the Game-Fun Day of gate to this conference and to Beach lately. Just one more ler a speedy his recovery.: lie had
BOARD MEETING Melrose died on arrival Monday the Club on Thursday August present Die alms and Interestsof big film! Labor Pay weekend surgery'I he :Millers on Monday In '
were -
The Executive Board of the at Bradford County after 261.at 1:30 at the Lions Club. Senior folk. The member- and things will die down. I
II last 1
'.' FOR YOU Woman's Club of Keystone a short Illness. Greetings were extended to ship of the Mar He Club: have a know you ooor) mothers are Ie of 1947'Ihursd.i, where a
kindred interest and sincere Just pulling hair dreading group graduates! met at
Heights will meet Tuesday She Mrs. Fran your -
was born In Franklin, Miller a new member the home of Mr. and Vrs.: Hill
Sept. 7, at the clubhouse at 10 and desire to make possible Joe's to see those sweet lime
Pa. on Oct. 24, 1913 and had to Mrs. Mamie F.ck-:: to their
Ryan plan 25ti! class
of this !National: monsters oppst! I mean darl-
being a
a.m. All members are urged resided at Melrose for the ford who has a winter home on Reunion. LoullIIer: Is in chargeof
to be present at this important past 25 years.Surviving Twin Lakes, a neighbor of Mrs. Council. ings go away to school daysa the planning.
Nell Mrs. Edgar: !)awes and Mrs. week. Sure are!
King. you
planning meeting. are her husband Larry and Tracy !Norwood; and
I I Robert V. Ford; two sons; Robert Letter of fellowship have Maria Cawthron of Atlanta Ga., I guess we'd better not get children, Mr. and :Mrs Troy
Q! ST. WILLIAMSThe and James Ford, all of been received by several mem- both lifelong friends have been too sentimental, you'll all start WIndom and Iandyof\\: \ ildwood
t Zrtrrap1. Altar Society of St. Williams Melrose; and one grandchild. bers from former members recent house guests of Mrs. boo-hoo-lng and won't be able Amelia and Olllc Carlton and
r Roman Catholic Church Funeral services were held Mrs. Esther Krueger who now !Nell\; King on Twin Lakes These to read the column, so we'dbetter children of Leesburr, and :Marsha -
will sponsor a bake sale on at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the lives in Illinois and Mr. and three friends enjoyed a tour by get to the news. .

& $$$$$$!' ::$qx: ;. :'<<;.;::$ ::::$::$::::::$;.::;.::::::::::::::::::$::::::::::::::$::::$' :-';:$$;':: Saturday and Sunday before and graveside in Melrose Cemetery Mrs. Axel Malmgren who recently car to the Lion Country of My grandmother Mrs. Palma children and of Roger Uensley all aid
after the three regular masses. with Rev. Thomas C. Coyer moved to Nashville West Palm Beach, and to have Chitty of Starke has been In the Orlando visited
Tom and Lillian !\;
Bingo is played every Friday officiating Interment was Term. Some club members are lions as they roamed In their hospital for nearly two weeks Norwood Sun-
evening in the church hall. Play under the direction of DeWittC. visiting in Kansas and New wild country nudge I the: wl ('owns trying to get over the resultof day.Mr.
begins Jones Funeral Home of Key- Jersey but will be home shortIv of the car. Coming north to geta an accident: she was In about and Mrs. W.V. Argo
promptly at 7:30: p.m. stone Heights. preview of I Disney World, six weeks ago. As I write this Donna and Hilly of Macon Ga.,
facilities are available for some column we don't know whethershe'll were visiting Mrs. Ruby Wolfe
\ COMMUNITY CHURCH The luncheon (covered dish) touring, as well as handbooksand remain In Starke or be and :Mrs. Beulah Smith last
The first General Meeting New and business meeting and pro- maps. transfered to Gainesville but week. X.M and Iva Smith
of the Community Church Wo- Residents gram will be held at the Lions Expressions of sympathy are we do know she's had a real and daughter Terry of Starke
men will be held on Sept. 13 At Club 9 visited them
on September at 12:30.: extended to family and friendsof rough time.Tuesday Friday.
at 7:30: p.m. Please note this Visitors are most welcome. the late Frederick Sacher morning, Aunt Clara That's all for this week,
I is, the second Monday 01 Village Here Following the Game Day adJournment whose sudden death occurredlate Sullivan of Willlston came out friends. So till next week. May

September.The ,,. the Executuve: Boardof last week. and spent the day and that night the good lord bless and keep
speaker will be the pastor the Club met to appoint a Rev and Mrs. Frank Smithof with us. Friday my mother, Cri: you all.

Kev. Stewart McCord and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley A.Sawyer nominating committee for officers Mlncola Ma., accompanied cket, Granny Copeland and I ,* *
his subject will be "Mow To arrived this week from for 1972. The By.Laws Mrs. Smith's narents. I Kev.+ and went to Gainesville. while tIers,
Start A New Life." This will Anson Maine to take up residence of the Club specify that a committee Mrs. Milton 'Scripture,- on-on we visited Aunt C'orlne Hudson, Them this to be said about

be an Introduction of the bookto In Postmasters Village, of three. which will extended tour of many partsof and her neighbor Mrs. llardln. John Lindsays twitch Now
be studied by the Circlesfor Lake Geneva bringing the total obtain a slate of candidates to the United States and Mexico. We'd like to extend a warm :
the coming year. numberof full-time resident be announced at October meeting Several of their stop-over welcome to Raymond and Gladys| Washington can blame New

We urge all members to be families to nine. Mr. Sawyer The Executive Board con- visits tnroulc: were: to mem- Malphurs of Jacksonville who York' problem on its Democratic
at this first' meeting as it will recently retired a* nofttmanter sists of the President Mrs. bers of their family or to par- retired last week and will bo mayor.
be a very interesting one. It at Anson and he and his wife Mitti Kersey (VIcePresidentwho Ishoners of I I'cv.' Scripture's staying at their lake home next
will be nice for everyone to are occupying their new home presided; second Vice I're- former church.Completing door mostof the time from now
get together again after this which was constructed: by sldent, Mrs. Vera Lambing; their extended on. We're always glad to welcome THE #1 NOVEL OF THE YAR-

vacation period and share in W.W. Cox: & Sno. Secretary Mrs. Emily Ison; tour the Scripture's son met new neighbors, especially NOW A MOTION PICTURE!
the fellowship we all enjoy. There are now 15 completed Treasurer Julius /Hanson; and them in Ohio and took them to when they're. as nice and friendly -

The first Circle meetings of homes In the Village though\ appointed chairman. The office Beaver Falls Pa. where they, as Raymond and Gladys.
the Community Church: Women six of them are not yet uccu-) of Correspondingsecretarywas attended the 25th. wedding anniversary Barbara Barrows of Jacksonville
DRIVE-IN BANKING. will be held on Monday Sept. pled on a full time basis. The not filled last year butaccordIng of their son-In-law spent the weekend with
20. Places of meetings will be owners will move here per- to By--aws' unless amen- and daughter /Rev and Mrs. her parents Mr.and Mrs. /Par}I
announced later. manently upon retirement from ded by the membership In session Barrows.

The first "Family Night their postal positions. should have a nominee. James' F.ckles.: Frank and Sarah Sam and Dorothy Butler of

Made Dinner" will be held In the Also 98 per cent complete is Appointive chairman present at Smith grandson and granddaughter Ormond /Beach came by last
Banking Easy educational building of the the new recreation hall and club the Board meeting were Mrs. of the Kev.Scriptures Sunday and picked up her mother AIRPORTBURT

church on September 29!) at 6:30": house of the RetirementVIllage Ethel: Weyman, registrar and drove their grandparents home Mrs. Jo Strandberg and
p.m. The speaker will be announced Association on Lake llutch- Mrs Helen Egan: The nominating and remained for a short visit. they\ attended the Hale-Mlzell DEAN
this week. inson. F./I./ Adams, of l.udlow committee of three are On August 27 the Scriptures Family Reunion in Lake But
No parking problems. No fuss. And Falls Okla., Is president of Mrs. Ethel VVyman, Chairman; celebrated their 53rd wedding ler. Mrs. Strandberg said she'd LANCASTER'MARTINJEANSEBERG
the Association and plans for Mrs. Marion Hatchelder and anniversary with friends and never seen so many kinfolks

think of the time you save. Just mtuN': -: 11Il'hliCongratulations:: / : opening Its facilities will be Ed. Roberts. relatives paying their respects. in her life and some of them
to Mr. and :announced soon. Instructions at the Board didn't make It. "We all had a JACOUEUNE BISSET
drive to the window and "
a very enjoyable
Postmaster day she adder
Mrs. Larry Itoals.. who live Village was meeting were. to the effect that --. Monday i wnniut.' noun'
teller will take care of savings, on lake (.eneva. on (he birtn developed/ by Postmaster Dill a called meeting of the !Nomi: Mac fills of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Ilpacaslerns.. Isla M'
of their first Anton Maker of take Geneva; ,and other nating Committee and
son. must be held My Neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Deak [GI
Christmas Club accounts members of (the Maker family. in Thompkins
checking, lioala, on August 24. session prior to the SePt. 9 of Ft. Lauderdjle, spent the day

and loan payments. Congratulations also to Mr. 'i 9ST iYJS&fJAd.J-0YJ.:4RJr'J'i.'rfr'F.4':: !::: 6 Luncheon Meeting at which '- will) Mrs. Strandberg and tried
and Mrs. David Sundcrland time the
of slate will be presen J.. --'I the,
Gainesville: who's daughter Karen S.E. MCKAY ted. The duties of each office ,.. .. ..: ; I fishing, but only caught :2!.
Augusta was born on August should be well explained to e. Ihursday night, her grandson
DRIVE-IN BANKING HOURS 26. She Joins a brother. REALTORKeystone the candidate as per the, lly- ,,\ t ,- :".... ": /Hutlcr!and his wife Sammy and /Betty 0KEYSTONE
Mark' 3 1/2. I.aws.lIe/ Treasurer of Miami
Maternal great- may hold came by and
You Enjoy Drive-ln Banking Service grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hh. 473-4816 office Indefinitely If sodcslred. :.:: / ten .. father spent the night with. her. Hetty's DRIVE-IN
Johnny I U. Phillips and Pater ':. \ JM. Joiner of Ormond
During .Our Regular Banking Hours nal grandpurcts are Mr. and ( -. ) /Beach,, is in DIP V.A. Hospital THEATERThur.
Mrs. Richard Sunderland.: HOMESACREAGESRENTALS miSONAI.SCongratulations. ". in Gainesville; and had come
A surprise are extended ( rp to see him loo.
KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember held for Mrs.birthday F.rnlo: party Tomes; was at to Joe Kerrigan,: of Sliver take : ; l 11I11nl.Hobbins., :.1 former ., Fri., Sat., Sun.
their. home by not only members of IIrad- ; neighbor, visited
in take DwfcM:, W.
Geneva '
F.DJ.C. K.7Stoae Height FU| !Mrs. Jimmy Caboardi: of Mel- lie,.. M.'lh* lltrn 47J.4T40' ford County Senior Citizens <
rose assisted Mr. Tomes !In ('01. J. Ch.l..ln.'lon 47>.4t71pi1. Club of SUirke, but l Keystone .liinmj's" in 'uiv u',.''. Tour Frl.a..fy. Bait !. Your FrleueHy ?repurinj for (he. party. Those .".<"J.'n' ., .
In the )
While House 4
C..au.117. mending were: Mr. and 47J-40K
Mrs. 'blr.' an lH-iiU) .! ll.urii'l Nightly
Conference '. )"" :Mr. :and
of President ; Mrs.
:\un Mill llatfielil(
Munucl Agullera, Mr. and Mrs. HIM >*"-r liciinl of ; ;and: '
.. Walter Wilson Mr. and Mrs. :$W" <<" iGdCtb'i'' In November. An official While r.i.lir. luiril ,i-id Mrs.d.uiKliicr: I Hue, Kelly llfiHterson! and and Mr. Starting At 815 J

J.'oii'itiUi-r "I'/"" 'IVIrwrioli I I'.lirc IS

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By Linda G, Cox w0..aa.; -

r ;

BIRTHDAY PARTY relatives I In llomassassa
Little Miss Pam WUUngham Springs, Mrs. Bob Blaw and
celebrated her second birthday family.! While Mrs. Plnkston
on Monday August 23, witha enjoyed visiting friends, Mr.
party at her home. Some and Mrs. (Harry Showarce In r.ra..ra.. WINTER'S SCHOOL of Dance.
20 children enjoyed birthday Venice, Fla., and Mr. and FOR RENTi 2 DR Now registering for Ballet,
and kool-ald
cake with Pam. Mrs. Melvin W. Pun-
Byers In
house on Klngsley tap A acro. Call Dorothy Salazar -
Decks: for small size car'., Lake. No
Her mother Mrs. Guy Willingham ta Gorda. The ladles returned Minimum Chugs .... .1.71 at Dahmer's Discount. lOt/chg. LEW'S pets. AvaUable after Labor Day after S p.mat 964-7098. SPORTS
was assisted by Pam's
to Brooker on Wednesday.Mrs. (Covers IS word) 10/7. WELDING SHOP Phone 533-2261. W.C.Townsend 2 tp. 9/2.
grandmother, Mrs.Vtdel Smith. flnhston arrived in urooher MOORE BOAT FOR

on Friday night, August 20, Each word ever IS-?. tf-chg.' FOR SALE, 3 bedroom house YOUR MONEY
CHURCH NEWS Whispering! Pine >Fip-
: and left for Silver Springs last A-l CONTRACTORSMitchell -
500 Extra Charge If not on lot 100' X I 150' Raiford.
Some 39 members of the Phone
tel S.
US 391
Tuesday. Crawford all types -
Hrookef Haptlst Church Choir paid In ad"aneeCLASSIFIED concrete work, fire masonryand places 964.8252UTILITY ---.. ..:::...::=. 2$5,000 tchg. cash.92.pmTlNG1. Phone 431-1886. Starke Ph. 96<1-5791

enjoyed an Ice skating partyon CONDOLENCES: DISP..yfl.50 patios, additions. All types; remodeling A-_--_- Complete Outboard AStern :
Tuesday night, August 17, Our heartfelt sympathy, love, Free estimates. Call ) TRAILERS i r' ::;::' Drive
Service and
at the Coliseum In Jacksonville and prayers go out to our bereaved Per Inch 964-8266, Starke. 4 tp. 9/16. CUSTOM\ BUILT a oxen as owe tnc
Memorial I GAS AND ELECTRIC Repair. Complete Fiber
families.[ Carlos RevlnUoiie
Brooker tremendous Baptist turnout Church for hada Johns. brother of Mrs. Law Proclamation, etc -7e word FOR RENTTrailer space-after WELDING BRAZING glass Repair. Custom-

DIble School (Aug. 23-27)). rence Wiggins who JIIllSedaway CARDS OF THANKS :5 I P.m. 964-8238. ttchg.WATSON'S SHEET METAL ----------- built Fiberglass Fishing
August I IS. Mr. and Mrs. Doat .
The average attendance for Lawrence ..TRAILER HITCHES BEAUTIFUL Scaly Mattress&
10 words leg .. .
each night was 82.4 persons. Wiggins along with their or -L10 INSTALLED springs. innerspring and farm ......
son and HOMES ---
daughter-in-law, Mr. Each word ever SO-To
Thank you for sending your and HOUSE Regular price $99.95 set. This I
Mrs. Ronnie VACUUMS
children. Children enjoy getting Wiggins and brands of week $59.93 with trade-in at WATER FRONT LOTS
sons from (
together to sing and study Gainesville,attended 33,00 new vacuums Dahmer's Discount. tfchp FOR SALE
Mr. Johns' funeral In apt Used machines from AVAIUBU FOR
Jackson FOR SALE
about Jesus. Adults do too so : Motorcycle. BSA $10. On Crosby Lake and Crosby
come worship with us. Sunday ville. 650 cc. completely rebuilt like Expert Repairs al! makes. NOTICEStarke 50-Foot SAMPSON LAKE lots, Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet
Coleman Pacts and YOUR
Henry (
School 10 of Gaines new. Cheap 695.00: 766 N. Accessories for.all
) Located
a.m. Morning Worship ville SutTt $2,000. Call 964- 796. wide, 8 feet deep on
passed vacuums. Irr Central
II '.m. Training Union August away Tuesday night Grand St., Starke, after 4:00: 'vacuum and Keystone Stchg 9/16 4tp 9/2 State Road 100, 3 miles Westof
7 p.m. Evening Worship 8 pm, is Marguerite 24. Ills Coleman.surviving wife p.m. 1 tp. Main'cleaning Gainesville systems.376-7110 712 N. Heights area Customers Starke Fla. Ideal for vaca-
1971 CLEARANCESaIe-A1171 $3,500 tion cottage mobile home or
PERSONALS Mr. Coleman was brother- FOR RENT12' wide, 2 b d- LU'S Hastings Mattress Mobile (Homes must go. Olln's[ I. Investment.
Mr.[ and Mrs. Charles Wiggins in-law to Mrs. Vivian Parker room trailer outside city NURSERYOpen now. Mobile Home Sales 100 West, prices start at$1,295.00, $200
and family[ from Charleston and Mrs. Doris Kelley and limits, J.B. White 964-6114, U State certified teacher 4 yrs. and Upholstery Starke. tfchg. down and $35.00 month for 3d.nnnis
S.C. spent the weekend son-in-law to Mrs. Tlbitha So- no answer call 964-8647, Ages 2 to 5. Limited enroll 1600 SO. FT. ((8 1/2 % simple Inter
with Charles' parents, Mr. and well Brooker.. ment. Phone 964-8404. 21p 710 St. Johns! Ave.PALATKA est).
Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins.Mr. Mrs. Emma Matt passed away 2 tP. 9/2 WANTEDMan or Woman to OFLIYINQ Call 98 -7701 8 ajn. to 9
and Mrs. Leonard Booth last Sunday, August 29, after work on chicken farm. (House p.m.-\,.flkdays. tf
i and children attended a Booth an illness of several years I 6 FOR SALE- 2 story house, 4 furnished. Call 468-1985. Itp. AREA _,
family re-union In Homerville, .she had been In a wheelchair bedrooms, 2 baths central heat Is Open AgainFURNITURE. LOTS'F'OR SALE Starke Colt
Oa. on Sunday August 28. for quite sometime. Yet when and alr-condltloned wall to wall & Country Club ready for1
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry anyone went to visit she would NEWS ABOUT carpeting. Phone 964-6207. ; FOR RENTOne bedroom furnished building on or for Investment.Lots .
along with Mrs. Pearl( Markey smile with the light of Jesus tfcng Repaired Refinished apartment, $90 month. CALLSIADE area approximately 1/2
enjoyed a trip together, Mr. shining' through her face. She Reiiphol9tered Village Apts. Just acre and larger. Paved roads
north of Bradford )
and Mrs. Barry visited their had been an inspiration to SERVICE MEN COMPLETE JANITORIAL Ser- High School. only 3 minutes from town.
Call Vlc
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. many persons and we thank God viceCarpets shampooed NEW MATTRESSESFREE 9/2 Frees, 964-5286. Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to Sup. .
and Mrs. Alan Land and family for having known her. Her body house trailers, windows 4tp 8
/ In 1'ensacola while Mrs. might have been weak but her I washed floors scrubbed Phoiw ESTIMATES -
!Pearl Markey visited with Mr. faith and trust In the Lord> remained 9645771.: Boyd Service tfchg Call Collect 328.2144 TAKE UP PAYMENTS on HOME
and Mrs. W.A. Bishop In Mobile strong. Mrs. Mott has $199.95 Stereo Player with( AM- O.C. Carries Nursery
Ala. from Friday August a sister In Brooker, Mrs. Oh- FOR RENT- Klngsley Lake & FM radio. Has Imput Jacks
20, until Monday August pella Moore; two brothers Jeff 2 bedroom duplex apt. air C_, for 8-track tape deck- Dahmer'e SERVICES i Thousands of Plants

23.Mr. and Lem Lewis; two sons J.R. ., ,, conditioned. Call Merritt Williams Discount House. Fruit Trees Shade Trees,
and Mrs. Milton Mott and .Marshall Mott, both of 964-5391: or 964-7788. SEWINGMACHINE chg--9/2.. Evergreens, Camellias.
and sons, Kelley and Paul from nrooKerj: and three daughters, tfchg For Information Azaleas Roses
Onk (ftldce!I Tenn were here Mrs. Mandy Wilkerson[ of Hol- ,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Howard/ lister; Mrs. Mary Simmons and FOR SALE: Bull Dozer, T.D.9 PIANO FOR SALE: $100.00. CaD Jacksonville Moat In cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
Mott (Milton's parents) last Mrs. Doris( Layfleld both ofCalneavllle with hydraulic pan. Call 284- Mrs. Ralph Taylor Rt. 2 Box Collect

week Mr. and Mrs. Milton- She has IS grand- 9420 after 4:00: p.m. Green Sales and Service: 182. Phone 964-7526. 1 tp. U !'tII. S.E. of Starkff. Ilwy. 100
Mott's other sons Howard and children and five great-grand- Cove Springs. 2 $. 9/2. PFAFF NECCIII Flor" +home 6.1J-216S
Arthur had been here all the children. SALE Pigs. Phone 964-
summer visiting their grandparents The Town Council meeting ,'.' '".,] New HomeUniversal 6767, Merrill( Crlffls, Grtffls
While has been changed to Friday lIt'nl":': BUSINESS LOCATION Loop. Itp.
fly also enjoyed here a trip the fam downto night Sept. 3, at 8 p.m. .r'''' rv 1.4 ACRES with 421 feet on US $49:50: up s r 0 I" The Glass Shop
Lake Worth Everyone Is invited to attend ); '. I 301 just south of Starke city li
to visit their the wedding of Valerie Bristol mits. Fine for service station Parts & Repairs on ZNSUKANCB:'\

maternal Mrs. A.T.grandparents Stravlno. Mr.and to Tony Castlen, Saturday nightS r >- -' restaurant, or other business. all other Make Ma AT REDUCED RATES < Glass
$7,000. Terms Please call or chines.NATIONAL: AUTO. FIRE. BOAT ill%> For r .;,. "" -
Joyed Miss Michelle Harrell en- pt.Baptist 4 at 8 Church.p.m. at the Brooker 6"- write Frank Phllpott, McKIn- DOYLE E. CONNER ,(r:. ,'.. .,- I r
spending a few
days last
week at Lake Bedford near Keystone Praver list Miss M.iv( Ar. Edward A. Tlmmlns Jr., son ney Green Inc. Realtors, Box INSURANCE' AGENCY Room Air Conditioners AH CARS and TRUCKS
with her grandparents, char, Alachua General of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A.Timmins. 14484 Gainesville. Fla. 32601, 411 w Univ. Mva.Gainesville .... Touch Control Comfort Center, Installed While-U-Wait

kilt and Mrs. J.G. llarrell, of Hospital; Robin Parrlsh Is at Keystone Heights, 5 phone 372-3617. or 376-6893. Florida .. To or Three Speed Cooling/ Custom Vinyl Auto Tops!!!
Gainesville.Mr. home. Praise the Lord! Robin recently completed a U.S. Air 378-1355 NEED; DEPENDABLE honest Flexible] Air Ron] Control'
and Mrs. Anthony Went- is now able to walk with the Force Reserve Officers TrainIng lady to manager Fabric Shop. Automatic hen Temp 1017 N. Main G'vfflo
worth and new Infant son from aid of a walker. Corps (AFROTC) Held 612 E. Washington St., Experience" needed. Must know trite Thermostat large! Washes tr
Dade City are here visiting training encampment at Mac- 3 bedrooms, wall to wall car- how to sew. Call 964-8344 to Corrosion ft".fai'. l.ivijj'< 'e'
Mrs. Wentworth's parents Mr. El.ct Ewell Lawson Your Dill M'B, Fla. pet, garage paved corner lot. make appointment for inter "Models] tor Specia. Windows
and Mrs. J. T. Bass and fam During the encampment, cadets Some furniture. Reasonably PUMPSNEW view.
ily. Anthony Elton was born City become familiar with the priced Immediate possession. 2tchg. 9/2 as low as MARYCARTER
August 21 In! Dade City. Congratulations life and activities on Air Force See It now and buy you a nice AND USED

to his parents,Mr. BAKE SALE bases and can examine opportunities home. A.J. Thomas, Realtor FOR SALE- 15' Fiberglassboat $11900 '
e and( Mrs. Anthony Wentworth, AT KINCSLEY LAKE In which they might tfchg SALES new 71 trailer, 50 hp
!-' and to Ms maternal grandparents The Ladles Auxiliary of the wish to serve as officers. PARTS Mercury, ski equipment. Excellent yr

Mr. and Mrs. JT. Bass. Kingsley Lake Volunteer Fire Cadet Tlmmlns a member SERVICE condition. Call after SLADE GAS
Mrs. Rubye Lee Plnhston Department will hold a bake of the AFROTC unit at the A Hole I in your Roof Deep nnd Shallow Wells 7 p.m. 964-6327. 1 tp. PAINTS
University of Florida. He Is
from Silver Springs, Md. has sale Saturday, Sept. 4, from r::;;:;
a 1969 graduate of The Bolles Water Softeners and and
been Or A Appliances
here visiting with her mo- 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the entrance FOR RENTNew, beautifully
ther-in-taw, Mrs. iwary ureen. to Strickland's Landing. All School Jacksonville, Fla. I Filters furnished waterfront apartment, SAME
They enjoyed attending the Kale persons interested In better P+' 1 WHOLE Ideal for couple teachers _332j W.1.3: =.ion: n
family reunion In Lake Butler fire protection for the area Navy Officer First NEW PlumbingSupplieeEXPERT bachelors A/C, electric heat.
on Sunday August 22. Then on are urged to patronize-- the Class Ralph. Williams, son J 533-2381. 1 tchg. PRISEJacksonville
Monday they left on a trip down sale. of Mr. and Mrs. James A.Williams .' ROOF SERVICE ON (
state. Mrs. Mary Green visited of Main St., Hampton ALL MAKES T. J. MannBlllldazing

..-.........................-...... .......-...... ................. ........... ........... ....-.... .-.-. .-- .-- .- .. ern is now Pacific deployed aboard to the the West-submarine J & J Roofing Co. PHONE 984.7081DURRANCE AS

Support Vole For and His tender will USS Hunley.] Phone 961-8778 ter Brown
serve as a
Return mobile base for submarines Hiway 301 South PUMP & SUPPLY CO. By Th. Hour

operating In the Pacific area. Or Controrr4as3no

EWELL FOR SALE- Black and White WE 'J feEFAIR and sell nearly 102 E. BROWNLEE

LAWSONTO Pinto, $150.I Also saddle $50, eve y needle made for any
In good condition. Phone 782- brand stereo regardless of age. V olk.wagenNew > Brooker Florida
3784. Itp. Also the long play records at ,
VO"R 1he Old w7lFLc $1 off regular price at Dah- Ve4 1..0). Taking; applications for
mer's Discount. tfchg Sale. Service Up-8/29-9. 10

ed-Mature permanent. Begin FOR SALE: Ford Calaxle 500 1 ML North ef TJr MaO Girl Or Woman"'
GROUP TWO r ning $347 maximum $460 per. 1967, Mustang Sport Hardtop GAINESVILLEHOMEMAKERS L.arn Wanted To New Brick: 3 and 4
15 Y.an Experience In I month. Apply In person at Personnel 1968. Will sell both or one. Offset( Printing Must Bedroom Homes \'
City Government Office, Sunland Training Ned C. Coleman, Grlffls Loop Be Unencumbered' Apply Call for Details
KM'KIUKNCKl; : : ; ) -- (I11A1.IFIF.DCAPABLE Center, Gainesville. 4tchg 9/23 P.O. Box 291, Starke, Fla. Saturday A.M. Or Call 964-
: I y n 2tp 9/9. ; Earn extra 6305 For Appointment. Low Down .Payment I
WANTED: Housekeeper to live spending money without leaving
Bradford and Moderate
Your Vole and Support Will R> Greatly Appreciated "Behind every au ea"'ul" In and take care of 11 month FOR SALE: '62' Falcon good home. Occasional telephone Claud. County Telegraph, Monthly
]man Manila an astonished old child and run house. -- condition reasonably priced. Interviewing. Experience not Crowion. TF Payments j
mother-in] -law." Phone MaxvlUe 289-8431. lip Morgan's Barber Ship. 964- necessary. No selling. Must LONGCIIAMP
. . . . .. 7004. Itp.HAMILTON. have private telephone. Send COLEMANi 1I0M&Jl1Iaae : '
FOR RENT -- During school letter Including name phone /e/-/8S9
term furnished home on King AUTOMATIC number education any work SEWING MACHINE' 101 South

day Lake $125. Married couple WASHER Take up payments experience, and names of references AMUVACUUM I SUrteTF"
only.; Shown by appointment Dahmer's Discount House 2 to < American Research
JACKSONBU1LDIIC I II only. Call Gainesville 372-4360. tchg99 Bureau Field Opera ; CLEANER
BASIC OR Itp.I tions, 4320 Ammendale Road SEWING MACHINE-CIeaned,
HOUSE PAINTING Interior Beltsville; Md. 20705. 1 tp. SOMCE oiled and, adjusted In your

ADVANCED.INCOME exterior, hourly or by contract. All/ Makes .._ home,..$5.00. Vacumn cleaner
I ; .SUPPLYPEDDLERS TAX CARL BEGGS First class workmanship guaranteed All Models repairs also. All work guarant-
Gulf Service For free estimate, FOR SALE Walnut contem eed. Dennis E, Coggins Phone
i i) PREPARATIONI contact Lonnle Robert*-Moru porty dining set table with leal CALL 431-1428 Uchg
I I USED FASTS one host chair, 5 side chairs.
through Friday a.m. to
[ [:? Tf Frleea for Wreck Cur 4:30: p.m. 431-1126. Nights and 964-8636. 1 tp. 964-8561 or 964.63634tchg l

HOME CENTER Thousands ere earning, good >B4 Bor Wrecker. Service weekends, 431-1768. 4 tchg. WANTED: Woman to work In 9/2 eiK1/g,
money n tae preparers. En Service *,
rollment open to men and Fuel Oil 9/23. Station. Dependable,
UNITED FOR SERVICE. QUALITY I AND VALUE women of all ages Job opportunities -Vse4 Can and able. High FOR SALE: Electric Gibson FURNITURE
school guitar and $75.00.
education case. Call 1
lor qualifwd' graduates INTERSTATE MOBILE( nrenulvalent. '
Send for free Information Hwy. Ml N. WU la..Fla Call Pay $1.65, apply Bob's Cltgo. 964-8519. 1 tp. .
moving tauatltY
' and class schedules. ...... 1te4-Ap 705 N. Temple Ave. Up. home Furnishings
CK WITH US HURRY! -+ ,. Custom Draper
FOR ALL I 5o( s; nT4w y;.
ClassesStart' Sa 1.14!! WANTED TO RENT 3 bed i Carpeting
.. .. ._
room unfurnished house. Immediately Interiors by Victor
FOR SALE IBM tJunan 4 f
YOUR tw MEW;;Tf BUILDING H1R BLOCK door sedan, power brakes, or later. Phone 964- GENERAL FARM 1800 Park Ave Orange Park
SUPPLY NEEDS! rte N. Walnut St. steering/ A afro Good cond1Uon.I 3818. 2 tchg 9/2. AND WESTERN STORE 7a4-g 3I il
:2 I whal
-utllltY trailer. Bicycle
Storks Flo.
Limited built for two. Phone: 964- FOR SALE Black Angus bull. j.

Supply -Ad Now! I'1 PH 964-8284 5390. 1 tp. Registered John with out papers. Western Work Cloth* EDMONDSON
St. I Dlggs, North on 301. made to
30 H. Marten your
USED TIN 8 TRACK TAPfc Decks repaired 2 tp 9/2. Booti Stetson Hots &
$5.00 I'1 individual hearingrequirtmenlt
SQUARE- Lake City( Fla. and cleaned at Dahmers Discount .Saddle* Tack'Veterinarian JONES
PH 752-9426 I fast service, tfchgI at no

USED LUMBER AND FROM I 1 Meaty Nod m/teas JnkvnuiionI NEED 2 Securi r 1 1'JKJUCFJNlSBlNG Supplies additional tort LAND
I-rereatea' t m $ ties Salesmen In 5 county ter Mon. Wed. .8 to 6
( TIMBERS F e I 1 rltorle -chance for advance- Acre !& Lots, Water ,
ment Thursday 8 to 12
_.. 921 unlimited. Win train and AIDS REPAIRED Holes Push.d, Landleaping.
school for
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