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: July 29, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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% a BRADFORD CO(, Council Iills .


Bond Issue

Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven


No. 1 Thursday, July 29, 1971 Copy

r'1 w- In 3-1 VoteNew


School As they have

threatened for several -

months, three

Building 1 County Starke councilman

4 Tuesday night

1 killed the Imme-

Planned HitsMillion diate chance of another -

Budget bond issue to

Construction totaling $640. Increase the capa-

000 Is now being planned by the city of the munici-
County; School Board and Supt.
Tom Casey. : ,. pal owned power

In the planning stage now faa E- .. $1 plant.In .
20,000 square foot additionto -

the Bradford Middle School. a 3-1 vote on Councilman

The, school la now Oiled to Billy Nocgel's motion to kill

capacity; since sixth graders The million dollars Is still commission gave the Sheriffs the proposal for a new gene-
from the rating unit, the Issue has been
throughout county; are Just one-fourth that spent on Department a $5,883 Increase,
now attending the school. Construction stopped. Councilman Jimmy
schools In Bradford County.; although slicing Sheriff P.D.
would Incorporate an Reddlsh's request $13,148. McKae seconded Noegel's mo-
enclosed gym locker and shower Biggest Jump in the county; Also approved the previous tion and Councilman Jimmy

rooms, a special education ...... revenue Is caused by a new Bowen voted with them.
teaching unit an Indniitrial arts state law under which the com- (See Page 4)) Only Councilman One Wig
workshop,' and a multi-purpose mission has chosen to have .
gins the Wiggins
}: room. Cost: of the new addition *A41R a .a'. all of the seventh cent of the said opposed he move.
only hopes nothing
i state gasoline tax to the
Is estimated at 300000. come
serious happens to the five
Bradford will be billed 2 More
In.a special County; School "'. ..""'., county.next ;year by the Departmentof 20-year-old Superior enginesnow
Board meeting, the board carrying the backbone of
Transportation for all
secondary -
placed the construction work at the power plant load.
the Middle School on an equal .,. road repair work. In QualifyFor
I the past 80 per cent of the Nocgel's< motion came after
priority; to that of the new -
Electrical Earl
seventh cent went to the DOT Engineer
high school. These new actions '
which paid for the county'ssecondary ; son failed to make a specific
resulted from .
a state survey road repairs, then City recommendation for the city;
of .
building priorities In
the '
';; f" ''' ''' gave anything left over to the to purchase one or two units.
school ,
district ;. $ .:': county.; Saying the three bidders on
Coat of the second phase of l .; I'r; ;"""". it .' '; OfficesTwo the new engine offered the city;
the high school has been esti- r' It.,,., ,..,' "N ,.' .. 'I,,! ,,":t. The new law gives the county nine different choices of power
I, ," 1,0 "
mated at $200,000 plus. This r > 0, t/ .: 0 ". ," '.:.,.;0 an additional $107,380, although and of one or two engines, Wilson
I f' It Is also the same
unit will house both the administrative advised the council to ap-

and library units k'i'oJ. : ,",,!. t"d; \ ; ;;" :; :' ",'r1 ;4M ,, ,> ., money the county.that has been being spenton qualified more to run candidates for offices have In point a committee which includes -
of the school. ,"' r" ''''' 0" ; financial advisors and
1 I' :-. ; s the upcoming Sept. 7 city election -
.. ." t .Mrf"r. ? ;/:, '! !, W"- Most county; employees received ] the utilities chairman to makea
Casey to finance the I as
plans races begin to
& .)!. develop -
majority; of the construction _,:,'" ..,,'tf\1lil'f.-!"' .- .. ..''. .". .,."., ,.,. ... .. L, """ 0,... 'I., I" '" '0 .. a five per cent across early. Joint recommendation to the
with the sale of $450,000 of 1/1. : 0 ..,,> '\ "l. \ .,', <. '; '. ,! ''fl MC the board salary Increase which entire council.
J.I' ," :, ,,,q .a, : ) ,/ 4 totals 8500. A newcomer to city; politics Wilson
revenue certificates which will : :" 't'll,"' '''' "H '" PdaltCC : ;'' .! ) roughly Carlton Chastain stressed that financial -
has paid his
] considerations must be involved
be with track tax Increases
race were also given In fee to
entry seek the Group 4
In which choice wouldbe
funds. He also plans to sell of
some the five departmental
city; council post which Is being
best for the city
an additional $100,000 worthof Major ImprovementTermed budgets the commission went vacated by Councilman Jimmy -
State Board of Education over Thursday in its second Bowen who has qualifiedto "We can't afford this enginenow.

revenue certificates. Receipts budget session. run for chief of police. For- We don't need It now,

from the sale of license tags a major improvement to the ber Executive John Myers. Mitchell is Public Defender R.A Buz- mer Police Chief William F, either/ ," !\ocll9l stated. lie
will be pledged to pay off the zy) Green received half of a Rosser qualified Tuesday pointed out the city has total

SBE certificates City of Starke, the apartments on Brown- co-owner of the 60-apartment complexwith requested $2,000 increase after morning to make a three way power resourcesof nearly 7,500

The county; will receive an lee Road in the Reno section have been Albert Longchamp. satisfying the commlsslon- race for police chief with pre kilowatts plus a 1,500 i: J KW emergency -
additional $90,000 from the ershe has taken most of the sent Chief Ken Fuqua and tie with I lorlda Power
Built under Federal Government
cited in a Bradford Improvement Pro- a
state In the form of a special burden of requiring the boardto Bowen. and 1.lght.To .
education grant gram award. rent-supplement program the apart- appoint attorneys for indi- Wilson's statement that
gent persons off the county; Chasteen, 51, Is employed by the power demand Is expected
The school board gave Casey Recipient of the award is Townhouse ments are nearing completion. Mitchell back. Green, who said he represented the U.S. !Navy; at the Cecil to hit 6,600 KW next summer,

permission to pursue the mat- Enterprises. Buford Mitchell, above says he expects to begin rentals around all felony] cases except Field Fire Department lie also !Noegel; replied If (lie city does-

ter In a Board meeting July IS: 1. Applications are already on file. where a conflict of interest carries on a pul]pwood operation n't grow faster than It has been
receives the award from Cham- Aug.
after all the members of the was involved, was given here It Is the first timein the new engine won't be need-

board agreed that "now" was $5,500, up from the $4,500 he city; or county; politics for
the time to build with the cost of received last year. the son of Mrs. Jessie Chas- ed.Wilson presented the council

construction constantly on the lain, former county; commissioner with/ a lengthy letter detailingthe
Sanitarian Jack
Trawick was and the late T.C. Chas-
upswing. Inmates given exactly the $9,423 Increase tain, Sr. Chastain was born growth power has averaged position.12 Demand cent

Both set of bonds require County To Let DOT he requested the pre- and raised In Bradford Countyand ; since 1967, he said. The per engin-
only the board's approval. vious week to operate the coun- has lived in Starke over In
eer predicted a growth power
ty; mosquito control unit. Ills
Moved 20 years.
1971-72 budget will total $52- demand of between nine and 14

280, up from $42,857 in ]97071. Kosser, 38, was Starke police per cent In the next two years.

Maintain Its RoadsIn Trawick explained July ]15 chief for three terms, 1961- Power demand is expected to
BedfordZoning From that he plans to budget $5,700 67. hit 6,600 KW In 1972, Wilson

for a new mechanic and opera- Rosser was defeated 1,025 to said.

tor and $10,000 for a new D-6 607 by Bobby Biggs for the McRae asked Wilson if he Intended -

a meeting with district officials condary roads can be done by of the problem Monday In Lake Raiford bulldozer to upgrade land fills. chief's post In 1967. In 1969, to make a recommendation

: of the Department of the DOT at a cost of $6.250 City; Chairman Shuford and Other than those two items. the last election, Fuqua beat for a specific engine Tues-

Transportation In Lake City; per month, or $75,000 per year. members Zedra Hamilton, Trawick said, his budget Is out Biggs and Ho m'r fnr the! day night. Wilson repeated that

Requests Monday, the County Commission Secondary road mileage In George Roberts, Ralph] Bryan, down $3,000 from 70-71. post. his work was complete, but
elected to let the DOT Bradford totals 86.354 miles and Eddie Allen decided against Approximately] 400 inmates A $590 Increase was approved Rosser has 7-1/2 )ears on that financial advice was need-
continue to maintain secondary Ward added. taking over maintenance of the have been transferred from for the commodity; pro- the local] police force, Includ- ed before a decision could be
DeniedThe Raiford State Prison under Gov. ing a year and a half as pa-
roads In Bradford. Work Involved Includes regu- roads. gram budget, making that made. Wilson said he had not
lar mowing of the rights-of- Bryan said the total of$75,000 Reubin Askew's plan to relieve spending bill total $2,390 for trolman. been in touch with the city's
Under a new state law, however crowded conditions that The police chiefs race Is
way as well as the patchingand sounds ]like a lot of money, 71-72] up from $1,800 last year. fiscal agent, Harvey Herman,
request of Mr. and Mrs.
the county; will receiveall other repair of the roads. but U the county; took over were blamed as one cause of Small Increases made in the only one to develop so far,
L.C. Adams) for the rezoning funds from the seventh cent the task and faced expensive the disturbances last February. were although it Is still very early. McRae said he had a lengthy
of a 51-acre tract north of and Shuford said Tuesday the salary for the director of the
of the state gasoline tax, road Qualifying ends August 24 for conversation with the financial
Bedford Lake Shores Subdivision will be billed by the DOT for commission feels the state can repair on would Just be one eaten the in Prison Superintendent L.E. program, office expense, and the Sept. 7 voting.Incumbent advisor Herman), "I see no

from RI-A to RI-C (permitting all work done. Here-to-fore, maintain the roads better than money up Dugger said the transfers werea travel. chief Fuqua I and reason to go further./ The elrycan't ;
a hurry.
mobile homes)was) denied the DOT has received 80 per the county; because of its superiority The method of ] "gradual process," being The county civil defense bud- City; Councilman Jimmy Rowen afford It," McRae stated.
by unanimous action of cent of the seventh cent and ; In equipment man new handlingthe made as openings become available get was approved at $35,307,
80 per cent of the seventhS. up $10,821 from the 70-71] level qualified] for the police chief'spost At that point Noegel movedto
the Bradford County Zoning used those funds, which amountto power. ] at other prisons in the 20
of 24486. CD Director Frank July as soon as Mayor reject all bids on the new
Board Tuesday night. $107,380] In 1971-72 to main- .. 4)) State.
Quickly reviewing the factors ( Page Williams requested $43,535 but Carl Hurst called for the elect engines. But !Noegel; said he
The action was taken on motion tain the county's; secondary Dugger said It is hoped to
that was slashed over $8,000by Ion.Fuqua Intends for the city; to stay
of Ernest Trtest seconded roads. The remaining 20 per eventually transfer 1,000 Inmates cutting in half a $12,000 36, has II years ex- In the power generating busi-
cent has alwavs (gone to the from Ralford
by E.W.Hodges.Other members counties. Summons To Court housed over 3,500 inmates, which last request for a communicationssystem (S.. Page 4)) ness. ]If a new engine were
of the board present at and taking $2,228 from necessary now, Noeirel 1 said he
the meeting were Chairman Under the new law the county; February. The present prison funds requested for Janitorial] would go for a bond Issue to
John A. Torode, Art Keller, has the option of having the population Is 3,076. service. But Williams did end Rainfall LightIn finance It,

Rex Smith, and Z.w. Hamil DOT continue to maintain its "We figure that 2,500 is a up with $6,000 budgeted for Week But he said his phone has
roads but the county; receiv- Means What It SaysJudge reasonable number of people the communications system, a Past been ringing all the past week.

ton.At a previous meeting the ing the 1'8funds, as Brad- that we can handle] ," Dugger :S per cent salary Increase, and People say "Don't bond me.
board had received a petition ford has chosen to do, or of $1,000 ]left for Janitorial ser- Fainfall has been light this Don't bond me," Noegel said.
letting the DOT continue to Theron Yawn vowed courtroom down to eight cases said.The vices. week according to the Divisionof
35 property N'oegel also pushed during
signed by some ; a
Bedford Lake receive the funds and do the last month In plea day that headed for the county; court Duval County; grand jury Major Increase in the Road Forestry, averaging only .76 discussion of the upcoming 1971-
on protesting
wnerso work, or of the he to end calendar and Is currently the Inches compared to 1.66 inches
the change In zoning. county; taking was going put an seven preliminary Investigating and Bridge Fund is roughlya 72 city; budget, for sinking\
the and its to riots which left 74 Inmates and last week.
meeting money doing own those people Ignoring summons hearings. $6,000 increase in salaries. fund to be established to
Tuesday night's
attended of fix ,maintenance of secondary to appear In court. This showed a marked Increase four guards Injured. The grand The budget figure Jumped another !New; River fire tower which to save
by purchase a
a group money new engine -
or eight Bedford property; owner roads. The Judge apparently did Just however In cases head- Jury Is expected to release its $107,000, however, be- was the dryeit spot in the without a bond Issue. The
ed for preliminary hearings. findings Friday. that Is where the state county; last week, proved to
with J.R. Kelly as) spokesman According to Commission that, as only three defendants cause councilman said he would like
renewing their objection Chairman Dave Shuford, the failed to appear at plea day Last month there were only gas tax funds the county; receives be the wettest spot in the coun- to see $5,000 per month put
The this week. New River
In Court Tuesday Last three. upsurge Is responsible for road repair are ty; recorded in the ] fund In
the the proposed change.in county; has the option every County; special the com-
1.42 inches
from about how month 14 failed to appear.At to eight felonies com- Jesse W. kept. The 71-72 budget totals during the ing budget Clerk Merrill
year now ori Rlgdon year -
other action at Tuesday mitted the- week to
at Ratford State Pri- $320,594, up $113,012 from the compared eight tenthsof
night meeting, George Elch it wished its secondary road the end of the morning son In Bradford County; Dies Camden S.C. 70-71 level of $207,581. an Inch last week. Lawteywas Edwards backed that suggestion -
enbeiler, who recently purchased maintenance: handled. If the session of court Judge Yawn the wettest spot In the
: a 29-acre tract on U.S. commission decides next year. paid a special thanks to the Four prisoners.Victor Michael Earl As the previous week the county; last week, but was the McRae, Bowen and Noegel
301 North from- Ben Suslow the county could take over the police officers In appreciationfor Lucas, Charles] Carlson] Jesse W. Rlgdon, 55; a for- commission, this time with dryest spot in the county; this stated the reason they voted

reeMsted a 'C change: 1 nooning maintenance.At : them explaining the Im- Harry Hannah and Robert Nicholson mer resident of Starke, died Road foreman R.E. Jones pre week. The Louis '1l fire tower against the engine proposal is
from RIB (residential) to BR the start of negotiations Dortance of summons as they were all charged with Saturday, July 17, in Camden sent, some type; of merit pay recorded only .40 Inches of that the city; can't afford It
assault with intent
&. RM allowing mobile home DOT Issued them and also] for explaining to commit S.C. Funeral services were held Increases for road department rain compared to 2.3 inches
parks) and motels).''He was advised Jim ward, told DIstrictEngineer the commissionthat the penalty; for falling murder. Lucas and Carlson both at 3 p.m. Sunday, July 18, In employees. But it all endedin last week. The Santa Fe tower now.Clerk Merrill Edwards said
armed with home
to desired to do so. were made Lyttleton Street Methodist "Just a lot of talk" as one recorded 1.30 Inches of rain the fiscal agent Herman, had
acMIr.'tile! the seventh cent tax fire bombs
change a ... would beheld for" the 1971-73 fiscal will The Judge has been Imposing Hannah hada Church, Camden commissioner put It when giving Bradford County; a week- requested a 10-month budget
year home made knife and Nicholson '
at the next regular meetIng mount to $137.789 for Brad- Jail sentence In addition to ] Surviving are his wife; one Foreman Jones Insisted that ly average of .73 Inches. report from him to study before -
of the board.7.B. ford tiff One for those falling to a hatchet All four men daughter Miss Jean Rlgdon, all road employees be given Fifty; year average for the making a decision on whe-
appear.Tuesday'. requested prellminarhearing of Starka; two stepchildren and the same Increase. ther the city could afford
and asked : month of July is 10.8) Inches.So ; a
: White'requested rezon- to be
Ward also estimated that cession of plea day represented four sisters, Including Mrs. In departmental budgets approved far this month the county
(See Pege 4)) maintenance of the county; se whittled a standing-room onlyii ($.. Page 4)) Maggie Anderson of Lawtey. the previous week the has averaged only 4.78 Inches. (From Peg )


1 0' A 5r. ,5 ?' 'i


r f Carnival Set Girl Scout M

1 For Benefit of
.r I Dystrophy FundA Day Gamp h

Set Aug. 2-12 0.,

Neighborhood Carnival to
WOM' N assist In the fight against An eight-day session Fy
: muscular dystrophy will be held Camp will begin August 2 and
Saturday, Aug. 14, at 664 N. end August 12 for girl scouts
in./1'I WaterStreet. .t Camp Nayatt, at Klngsley
.I .J Gladys Mooty Society Editor 964.7608 Mr.Angela and Gaffhey.Mrs. LA.daughter Cafmey.of Lake.Camp teuton will be held

"d" a"? : will serve as ring master assisted each week Monday through
by her brothers and Thursday.\ Girls will meet at
Warren Roger D. AkersWed Gini Townsend sisters and her mother. the First United Methodist
I Robyn The carnival starting at 5 Church at 9 ajn. and return
Income l Ceremony Mr. Barksdale pjn., will feature such gamesas each day at 3:30 pjn. Each
I bowling on the green, milk girl 1* responsible tor her 111k t

Miss Robyn Joy Warren Juliet sleeves, empire waist, Wed Saturday bottle drop, sponge toss, marble lunch awlm.uU. towel cup
daughter of Mr. and ''Mrs. Joseph trimmed with rows of lace a- shoot pot ball, book sale and sit-upon.
D. Warren of.Starke and round the mandarin collar Miss Clnl Townsend and mAll "'e. Staff for the camp Includes
Roger Dale Akers' son of Mr. sleeves and waist, and embroidered Robert Barksdale Jr. were : will go to aid Mrs. AI.Eaves,director: ;Mrs.M.G. .
and Mrs. George Privert of with pnk and white married Saturday. July 17, In the fight against dystrophy and Boyce nurse: Mrs. Wm.Rowe .
white related diseases afflicting mil and Mrs. Ed Walnwrltfit.
Lawtey\ were united 'In marriage forget-me-nots. She wore S.C.
Rldgeland. _
Friday, July 23, at 8:30 coral earrings, a gift ef the The bride .. the daughter lions. The children got the Idea Brownie unit leaders: Mrs Don
pjn. at the home of 1be bride's groom, and carried a white of Mrs. Gloria Townsend of for the carnival while watchingTV Hardenbrook and Eire. R.S.
parents, 706 W. Pratt Street. Bible topped with pink roses Jacksonville and niece of Mr. personality; Skipper Ed. who. Mulllns, junior unit; Mrs. V. t
Rev. "E.C. Harvey of the First and baby breath with ribbon and Mrs. Btu Powell of Starke. Is promoting carnivals on his J. Spongier, Cadette unit, and -_ _I
Baptist Church In J.awteT:' performed streamers. Her tiara of seed She Is a 1971 graduate of Bradford Popeye and Pals program on Mrs. Randy Johns, transportadon. NAUTICAL, The jumpsuit
the nuptials.: pearls and white sequins High School. Channel 12. Aides are Joyce Caddell.. cruises into summer in crisp
The couple exchanged 'vows secured her white Illusion Mr, Barksdale. Is the son of Admission to the carnival Diane Lee. Joan WMOen, HJaI- cotton sailcloth, decked out
la the living room In, front shoulder length veil. Mr. and M.... Robert Barks- grounds will be &!0t and various mar McMillan, Tim Crews. with a colorful nautical bore
of a golden arch with burning A reception was also held dale Sr. and grandson of Mrs. games will be from NX! Mike Crews Glenn Mulllns der. The zlp-front suit is
tapers. Flanking this were In the Warren home. Th.bride' C.G. Barksdale. Hampton Lake, to 25tf.Dinner and refreshments "Buggy": Hardenbrook, and styled with a solid bodice
standing baskets of white and table was covered with and J.W. Home of Hampton will be served, and there will JoeyBakken.. and a waist-length sailor col-
pink gladioli and carnations, a white lace cloth centered withan He Is a 1969 graduate of BUS Elaine Williams Becomes Bride be a spook house 2SC. and a Fee for the camp Is $6 for lar that repeats the border
banked with greenernLamar \:; arrangement of white gtao- and attended FSU and Santa raffle for a puppy, 50C. scouts and $7 for non-scouts. motif. It's a junior petite
Priest of. \.Lawteyattended1 loll and yellow mums flanked Fe Jwdor College. He Is now of J. B. Johns/ in Folkston, Ga. All children and adults too Parents unable to help with fashion by Facho of Dallas.
as best man ": by crystal candelabras with yellow !- employed by Farmbest Dairies are Invited to come Join In the transportation may send $1 with rlar .'l'it'MiIi.3. .:
Miss Demise Wtnkler"'served tapers. The three-tiered of Jacksonville. The couple The First Baptist Church of Mrs. Terry Grooms greeted fun and help with a worthwhilecause. their daughter on Monday. '
as maid of honor.-She wore a wedding cake was topped with Is residing In Jacksonville. Folkston Co. was the settingfor guests at the door and presented ,
long pink chlfton teed with white satin wedding bells. Mrs. the marriage of Miss Mar- them to the receiving
empire waist Jeffrey Warren and Mrs. John cllle Elaine Williams and James line composed of the bride and F. M. Garrett .'1"": .
seed pearls. From her head Warren cut the cake. Britton ".B.) Johns Friday groom their parents and the \ Party Punch Lines]I IA ,
fell a pink chiffon shoulder Mrs. Robert Bowen. aunt of July 2. at 8:30: p.m. The Rev. attendants. Mrs. Donnle Con ServIces Held y.4'-P
length veil and she carriedtwo the groom, greeted guests at Gene McCullough officiated at ner, sister of the groom kept In Baker
long stemmed red roses. the door and Mrs. Preston Guthrie the double-ring ceremony the bride's book. party punch to match'rid the County I II Is
The bride given to marriage sister of the bride, kept The bride is the daughter The bride's table was cov- of the Beam Nova is
by her father! wore a long the bride's book. of Mrs. Morris E. Williams ered with a white linen and .hoeteae.. by Brazilian the knowing Punch has young the Rev. Francis Marian (Uncle
white"' dotted Swiss gown with The punch table was centered and the late Mr. Williams. The lace cloth and centered with a light lift of Instant quality coffee Frank) Garrett, 97, of Starke,
with a crystal punch bowl encircled rroom Is the son of Mr. and five-tiered wedding cake topped and the flavonorne awa.tnM of died Sunday night In a local
Shower Given with fern yellow ant Mrs. J.E. Johns with two cherubs and decorated chocolate. e perfect combo with hospital after an illness of several -
white pompoms and baby's Two candelabra trees and an with hearts and flowers In the lively dance beat. And why: weeks.
For Miss Wiggins breath. arch candelabra hotlighted pink and purple. Two silver not? All three come to us from He was a native of Charl-
Assisting In serving were pink tapers were usedto candelabra with purple tapers the glamorous land of Brazil. ton County; Georgia and had
Miss June Hardy Miss Ellen complement the two arrange and the bride's bouquet complemented Brasilia. Coffee lived In Starke for the past :
Miss Susan Wiggins whose Bloodworth. Mrs J.C. Dukes, ments of pink and white gladioli the table. The cake 1 quart water 35 years, serving more than
marriage to Philip !thole will and Mrs. V.J. Spengler. Miss white mums and pompoms, wan served by Mrs. Joyce Al- % cup Instant Maxwell House 20 years as minister of the
be an event of Friday night at Kimberly .Ann Norman passedout .W f a pink carnations, and purple sta- dridge. Coffee Pine Hill New Congregational
a pjn. In the First? Baptist the rice batra.FnllowIDIr. tice which were used as the The punch table held a crystal :2 square unsweetened Methodist Church. He retired
Church was honored at a brid a wedding trip to setting for the ceremony.Lighted punch bowl encircled with chocolate several years ago as active
l shower last Thursday night St. Augustine the couple is pink tapers and greenery Ivy and purple statice. Presid- % cup sugarDash minister of the church and In
given by Mrs. Carl Hurst Mrs residing in a traitor on Griffls were used as the setting for ing at the punch bowl was Mrs. of nit recent years has served In.
E.E. Tenly Jr., and Mrs. E.D. loop. pink tapers and greenery were Verne J. Plckren Jr. 1 Whipped an emeritus capacity; only.
Tenly Sr. at the horn of the Mr. Akers Is employed at used In each window. Pews Assisting in .ervfnew.s Mrs. cream Surviving are one daughter
latter on Orange Street.< Florida Pest Contro4Duplicate were marked with white satin Arnold Johns. Mrs. Terry chocolate Place water in, blatant coffee, and' Mrs. Queen Esther Prelster,
Highlighting points'' of re bows. Grooms handed out the rice low heat stirring saucepan constantly over: until very Jacksonville; four eons Rev. wt
terest In the living room / Bridge/ The organist Mrs. Mary Lou bags. chocolate la melted and Ingredients Ernest Garrett, and FermanGarrett \w:
arrangements of SAbM summer Lewis rendered a program ofnuptial After a brief wedding trip to are blended. Add sugar and both of Starke; Lem- Q
flowes. refreshment Winners NamedThe A/loxfey-S talnakerEngagement/ music. Mrs. Mary Jean Florida the couple is resid- salt and bring just to a boll. Simmer mle and Arthur Garrett, both SHORT STUFF Overalls
table In tti dtnlngraov was McCullough sang several solos ing at 606 S. Fifth street Folks- 4 minutes, stirring:constantly. of Jacksonville; one brother for the sandbox- set
covered with a green linen cloth Duplicate Bridge Club and read a poem. Gradually stir in milk. Continueto Monroe Garrett Jacksonville; crop up
ton.The this too.Here
and centered with bride's mother is for- heat and ate until hot. Beat Muse summer they'redone
an arrange will not meet next Tuesday Given In marriage by her a one sister, Mrs. Zelphla ,
short-ails in red and
ment of red and ""lwelad1ol1 night due to painting and repairs Mr. and Mrs. Travis 11.Mox- brother, Bruce Williams, the mer resident of Starke, and with rotary beater until light and Starke; 11 grandchildren 26 as
cotton denim
and pompoms. This wu flanked being done to the build- ley of Jacksonville announce bride chose for her wedding Elaine Is the granddaughter of frothy.: Top with whipped cream. great-grandchildren and threegreatgreatgrandchildren. navy printed
by red tapers In crystal holders. Play will be resumed the the engagement of their daughter gown of Imported lace over the late Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Makes about 12 5-ounce 24- servings with chalk-white stripes and
ing. .
or servings. circles. Bv Missv of
Mrs. Hunt and Mrs. TenJy Jr. Tuesday. Cynthia to Cecil Stalnaker.10ft satin peau. The empire bodice Newsome.
presided at the punch bowl. following of Mr. and Mrs W.C. Stal- was of Chantilly lace featuring Dallas ....
The 30 guests played several Tuesday right results are: naker of Brooker. a high Victorian neckline:

games during the party; hours. FIRSTCurtis SandersErnest The wedding Is planned for accented by a cameo belongingto
The hostesses presented corsages secondMary the bride's late grandmother
Jenkins; tie for
Saturday, Aug. 7, at 8 at
to the honoree, her mother Ann Glover-Vonda Bar $tl8JXI p.m. and Bishop sleeves. The .
the New River Baptist Church i" .M N l' 'lade -
!Mrs. rt* Wiggins andMrsjMyrtice -A-llne skirt of InAWmlm 1101 T
Mrs. Bess Burns Mrs. Marie near Brooker with slightly was -
Nichols mother Dent; 'thirdMr. and Mrs following the a reception panels of satin and. Chantllly : B
of the groom-elect. 'Ithe has Ed Walnwflgnt. the church educational build- lace that swept into ft cathedral -
eases also presented! Miss Wig. ing. train*Her threetieredfinger
gins with a cutlery set of We* CEMETERY WORKING tip veil of Illusion was
chen knives. a memento There will be a "working"at Miss Moxley Is the granddaughter caught to a headpiece of lace i iI
of the occasion.: of Rev. and Mrs. L.L. and delicate seed pearls and I
Dye! Cemetery on Friday
Parker of Brooker. crystals. She carried a white
Mrs. Frances *Ullams of Aug. 6. all day. Interested All friends and relatives are bible adorned with a purple
Jacksonville was among the persons are asked to assist. cordially Invited to attend the orchid pink sweetheart roses

guests.\ wedding and reception. and purple statice.
teed Miss Carolyn Johns, sisterof
the groom served as maid
of honor. She wore a floor
II II length gown featuring an.em
pre waist line of pink crepe a carpets. I
I with short puff sleeves. Bright
pink ribbon accented the dressat
the waist Her veil was attached 1OO% NYLON
,to a pillbox of Identical
t dress material, and she 1 PWSH PILE'Wo.

carried a crescent bouquet of } ..... to last fur yean from slurry
I'\ IL:300l : miniature carnations with pink, DuPont Nylon yarn. Beautiful hue
purple and white nylon stream random iculpturad pattern. Easy to
ers. dean, end non-rl..genlo. Raiini W.'.
Miss Jean Johns Five nriklng" color
Myra cousin : -
& YAWAYij of the groom served as Colony, aba $O99aompareattete

\ flower girl. Her dress was '._ ..J
Identical to that of the maid
( //L--\ NT'ILJL of honor and she carried a
princess white flower basket
with pink and purple nylon 100% CUMULOFTMULTICOLOR
streamers Oiled with mimosa tl SHAG TWIST NYLONNina
Blain Williams, brother the datignar multi-color. panarnt In
bride SHOP AT HOME 10O% Continuous Filament Nylon this level loop carpal ....k.1t axtramely -
was ring bearer, carrying hop In *. aonvantaraa .f ,1.t. PUS Shag In Ii!,. exciting" amply _II.. Raducai tha .........nc.of
a ring pillow of white
satin _hatna.Pttona yourlolll BadMcfcara. claan. I
mantary color combination, wry .II. wry to Will not pill thad
peso overlaid In lace. .Our_...IIt....vrMI I.'" rithantpM to awn, long-wear, high density, or fun and .la moth..nd-mlld.w..proof
Charles Johns servedhi.bro- .No__,..IDn. foam backing." High damlty foam beck.
ther as best man, and the ushers oaRC Touflrt Ona aRC
were Donnle Comer and $599 $499
Mike Eunice. __.ot a... sq.yd. __..ot'II." sq.yd.
S Immediately after the wedding
: a reception was held in the
4o church social hall.

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Mary announces -
the approaching marriage 15 CU. FT. alAC a-sllc. -

Brenda of Joy her Grafts stepdaughter, to Curtis! ,V17\7I1\ \ \\ CHEST FREEZER BOOOBTU HEAT AND COOL

Gerald Jerry ) tee son of DEWXE PORTA-COOL ROOM UNIT
< Sti Curtis Lee and Mrs. Rose IF. _" 515Ib.c.opoclty.only4S."wide.
kft .
/I rJJ gliding" baskat. acrylic enameled, '
Fer .Perfect for bedroom and small. living 18,
% s ins. galvanliad. Heel. liner,dafroit WS' BOO BTU cooling 14.144 hootl...
The wedding will be held at tar drain. or... Quick mount panel. 8* 2 fan ....... flip-out wainabla filter' ,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. position thermostat, .......t vantt- alaotrtc. strip for eontlmrova .heat,conceded
:: Persies lation control ipaad fan w.",- control.entt-f ro.t.....trol..
on Friday 30
%/. July $19995 aMa flip-out filter, concaalad con.
ti : ; at 8 pjn. troll. Fit window 24"to 36"wide.
: All friends and relatives are $35995Vt
Invited to attend. S 4 LtSS WITH TotAOI $14995
Miss Grafts Is also the daughter ascv:
of Mrs. Ruby Criffls and
LADIES the late Edward H. Criffls.
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chaos e from to keep :;i fi lit
jearmeMring those cold AT. . Mr. and Mrs. Elite: Sanders et APPLIANCES PLOOR COW.RING MOM ENTERTAINMENT
announce the Urn of a son.
simulated th.!Luxurtoys fur- Size available|Jrs.. Meredith Alachua General Paul Hospital.on July 23 fat OVER 100 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEASTCONSULT

care'fee car coats,stylish Jr.p.titesmisses t hall YOUR TELEPHONE DIRECTORY FOR THE LOCATION OF YOUR NEAREST DEALER
Wpajtoalts' a many morel! size*. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl
Powell of Starke announce the Remember We Service What We Sell ,:,
birth of daughter., Mellnda <

Sue on July 24 In Alachua Customer Satisfaction Is What We Strive For

I -m QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN LOW PRICES grandparents General Hospital.are Mr. and Paternal Mrs, .

71', ,l ti: J.wTPoweU. Maternal grandparents
STARKE PLAZA ) are Mr. and Mrs. Waiter -

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I PNlf/ !!/PH(1IdW ]I the Old phi 77fl; ;,CDunGt'l t Sa gO'T *-* Att 4-H University end Members CongressAt 5 Win. 4-H Ribbons Riders

itl ; CCm; falter Prevatt, Kelly Richards Five riders from the Bradford -

-.-...--,-- Dennis Rhoden, and 4-H Horse Club attendedthe
;:: :.< :*::.ra v.g S Carole McKlnney of Starke,and State Horse Show In Apojka )-
Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Lawson P4I( I Mike Heed of Hampton, are July 17, bringing back rib-
Mrs Henry Stefanein Is visiting Donald Firth and children of representing Bradford County bons and trophies.
were in Dothan Ala. over the her son and daughterinlaw St. Louis, Mo. are visiting Mr. Sunday afternoon, July 25, 4-H'ers at the State 4-H Congress Four of the five members
weekend visiting' Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Firth's brother and slster-ln- "If ulmrnre mil km theheart Matt Herres, 13 year old son at the University; Florida brought back top honors to
II.E. Craddick. Stefanelli In Wichita Falls,Texas law Mr. and'' Mrs. R.E. Firth, grow: fonder many of Pro Herb Herres, scoreda this week. Walter and Kelly Bradford County after competIng -
for several weeks. lKOple love their church." Hole-In-One on number four.
this week. | are delegates to the State 4-H In the toughest competitionIn
Mrs. J.G. Caldwell In Matt was playing with Lee
Council which will be In session -
chua General Hospital follow- Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hamilton -- -- Casey and used a ThreeIronto the state.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- during the week. Dennis Patrick l'hlfer led the group
ing a heart attack. Her daugh- and sons are vacationing wire were In Fitzgerald, Ga. I Mrs Arlen McKnight has returned make the shot that has and Carole will serve as dele- with a second place finish in
ter, Mrs. M.A. Garcia of Cam- this week In Panacea and Smo- passed by most adult golf
last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. from a two weeks visit gates-at-large while Mike will Halter Mares 14.2 hands andover
arillo Calif. arrive this
ky Mountains.Mrs. J.T. Sumner and Mr. and Mrs. with LTC and Mrs. Don Koretz ers.The participate In the State Vet- and a fifth place In pole
weekend for two weeks visit I Hole-In-One
thrill cf
I.T. Taylor. and David McKnIght In Oxen Science Demonstration
with her mother In the hospitaland Elaine Freeman daugh- Is probably one of the most erinary bending.
Hill, Md. David Is working in Contest.
Reed took a sixth place
father here In Starke. ter of Mrs. Bonnie Murray of Mr. and Mr. Thomas Drusa Jean Mundy Alexandria, Va. this summer. exciting feats an athlete can Walter reported to the Con- finish Mike In the same halter class.
Starke has become a member and do this at
of Orlando were last week Enroute home she visited relatives accomplish, to to
gress early Monday organ- In the geldings 14.2 hands
Mrs. R.O. Dansby and Mrs. of the Alpha Kappa Chapter guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Working: On In Columbia and Man the age of 13 Is almost un- ize his campaign for President and under class, Tim Head
P.T. Nolan visited Cindy Canova of Beta Sigma Phi In Hawaii. believable. I've been playing
Mussollne. Visiting the Mus- ning, S.C. for a week. of the Florida. 4-H Clubto took fourth place.
Sunday In St. Vincent's Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Charles Law- sollnes for several days this UK ProjectMiss golf for 20 years and the clos- the County Council. Being Bobby Carter also added a
son and family of Tallahasseewere week are Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mrs Freeman Register! Sr. est I've been Steve to a Simmonshid Hole-In- President of the County Council ..M nnd since ribbon to those
Bartol of Weatherly Pa. Mrs. C.T. Wade and Mrs.Betty One was when made him eligible fQr District -
Claude Crowson who has beena Friday overnight guests my ball In his pocket. Hut brought back to Bradford
patient In the Gainesville VA of Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson. Jean Mundy of Starke Register returned last Thursday Representative and Can County.:
thIs Is a good example of a
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sll-
assistant In the In dldate for State Ills
professor after a week's vacation Office Plans are being made by the
Hospital for six weeks, underwent -
cox spent the weekend with School of Education at Winthrop new breed of golfers that are County will be work-
last Friday. lie Mrs. H.M. Rlcharde and Mr. the Smoky Mountains. club for the 2nd Annual Little
returned surgery home Monday to con- and Mrs. Rlcharde Jr. and their son Pvt. David Silcox College, will be the principal sweeping our country. The ing hard all week, hoping to Britches Rodeo which Is to be
Golfers today ear-
at Fort Jackson S.C. Investigator for a grant awardto Young have two presidents oflor! sponsored by the Bradford
valesce. daughter returned Saturday after Mr. and !Mrs. Freeman Register lier, swing harder, and hit fur-
] ida
the University; of Kentucky'sCurriculum youth organizations from County 4-H Horse club.1f1 .
weeks visit with
two Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early In Recreation and HI will return this week- ther than we were taught, but Bradford County the same year."Tomorrow's .
and Mrs. W.P. McCutchon In
Karen Clover celebrated her and houseguest, Eugene Ra- end after three weeks vacation the present Pro Circuit tellsus '
Parks from the Division of Answers )
12th birthday Wednesday of last Waveland, Miss, and Mr. and der of Peoria, ill. toured Vocational and Technical Edu- In !Alabama Ohio, Arkansasand this "Damn the torpedoes" through Today's Actions" will
'week when her mother, Msg. Mrs. T.N. Bush In Daphne,Ala. South Florida last week. Mr. cation of the Office of Education New: Orleans. They have theory produces winners.To be the theme for the Congress G17Itf/ERFA '
W.S. Glover, gave a pool party They spent Tuesday and Wednesday Rader returned to his home rented the Merritt Williams !Matt A Big Congratulations 4-H members according to A'litt/lS'e'l. -
; cookout and slumber party; Buck and with family Mr. and at Mrs.Crescent Lyle Wednesday after three weeks Miss Mundy, who teaches In house on E. Adklns Street on a Fine Shot! County Agent Bobby Taj lor. lw I kt/JJ lIP ':
for her and several friends. Beach. visit. the departments of Physical In addition to hearing noted 4"\ IN4/WR .
Education and) Special Educa- speakers on many current sub- ;i. '
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lord Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Chas- tion at Winthrop, will be with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thorn- jects, the 4-H members will ( 1 -
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddishand ton and family of Ocala have John Godwin has returned Al.I .l
and family of Old Town and .
teen Jr. took their .tRJL
daughter, the University of Kentucky be recognized at t a banquet tonight
; project : .
Mr. and Mrs Donald Cooperand son, Doug, will leave Fri Connie, to TIft College last full-time In the months of purchased the L.D. Green homeon after undergoing surgery In the (Thursday) and will close ?
day for a week's visit with Raiford road. Mr. Thornton Alachua General; Hospital last
sons Ray and David, of
week she
where cheer-
attended the
Congress at 11
July and August During the a.m. Friday,
River Mr. and Mrs. W.R. RoysterIn works for the Seaboard Coast- Wednesday.
Crystal were weekend vJ
leading Mr. and Mrs.
camp. coming year she will continueto July 30.
Hurst, Texas. They will visit line Hall 2.
road. [
guests Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Chasteen also visited Mrs. J. be a consultant to the pro
and Glen Reddishin
Cooper. Ray and David Mr. Mrs.
remained W. Lee In Atlanta.
with the Coopers fora Guntersvllle, Ala. while en- ject.The purpose of the project, J r [
week. route. Miss Beverly Strunk visited known as Career Education for
friends In West Palm Beach Recreation and Tourism
Mrs. Gladys Weldon returned Tommy Reddish Is spendingtwo last week. (C.E.R.T.) Is to develop com-
Saturday after five week's visit weeks with Mr. and Mrs.
John GuIllotte and In prehensive curriculum guidelines SUMMERAt
family Strickland.
Mrs. F.W. Mrs.
with her son-in-law and
daugh- Wilmington, Dela. Marion Moyer, Mrs. 11.11. Adams for career education If
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles the recreation, hospitality; and '1LCje
Mrs. S.G. Denmark and
Patrick in West Florida.Mr. tourism /
occupational areas
Mrs. Tullle Norman visited Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Naswor-
and Mrs. Geroge W. Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eggers In thy of Starke and Rev. and ,or for more Intensive Job preparation _
Jacksonville last week. Mrs. Don Kokomoor of Fort through post-secon
Brown had weekend
as guests dary career education
Sgt. Bob Noe S/Sgt. Jim Ma- Myers returned Monday aftera grams. pro- ///A ) f/ane
lone, and S/Sgt.. Norman Rfg- Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns three weeks tour of eight Miss Mundy Is the daughter ;
don of Seymour Johnson AFB, of Tavares were Thursday to European countries. of Mrs. Leila Mundy of Starke.
Tuesday visitors of Mr.
N.C. The Browns
also had
Mrs. L.G. Norman and Mr. Robyn Kelll Bryant, daugh-
Saturday Tom guests Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Tullle Norman. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy E.
Thompson of Jacksonville, Bryant, celebrated her second Mrs. Don Page has returned
Mr and Mrs. L.M. Stoner and
Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Wlmberly birthday on July 12 witha from Riverside Hospital where!
Mr. and Mrs. John
Stoner grandson and of Eagle Lake and Mr. and party; for the family at the she was confined for two weeks MEN'S BOY'S DRESS
Mr. and Mrs. Tom
home of her grandparnets Mr. following
Stoner Mrs. Marvin Cassell of Chevy surgery.
daughter of Ocala. and Mrs. R.F.Bryant Refresh- ,1'f +
Chase, Md. are Tuesday to
Lloyd Grader of St. Simons Thursday guests of Mrs. Nelson menta were served after she Mr. and Mrs. Mike Slstrunk itl e SHOESEDUCE
Island, Ga. spent Sunday and Green and family. opened her gifts. of Okolona, Miss are visiting
her Mr. and Mrs. C.
Monday with his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sandersand parents
R, for two weeks. SUITS
and Mrs. R.II. Grlder. The Tom and Monica Jo Rowe of son, Lex, were vacationingat Scoggtns
Grlders also had as Sunday Sanford spent the past week Black Mountain N.C. last Illi
Visitors their grandsons. Bobby with their grandparents, Mrs. week. They also visited Mr.and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair was visit :
ing friends In Winter Haven
Eoline Smith, and Mr.and Mrs. .
and Bill Douville, of Orange Mrs. Sanders Sr. In Spartan- over the weekend. $5 PAIR
Robert Green.
Park. burg, S.C. .00

. . . . . . . . . . . . Local admittances to Bradford $ OFF
County Hospital this week 20 MEN'S
Include: William L, Reynolds, MEN
Stay Cool All Summer Mrs. Alice Nlbert and Dwight

Hersey, Keystone Heights;Mrs. ONE LOT Straw t1 AND
Annie L. Wilkerson, Raiford;
Mrs. Minnie Denmark and Mrs. MEN AND BOYSPANTS ;
Dorothy Teston, Lawtey Mrs. AND JfVSWIM
LillIe Browning, Alvin Underhlll -
i and J.L. Gentry, Starke. .'
FELT ( "

Mrs. JR. Wainwright took
her granddaughter, Katherine WEAR
trf>t G7 Kopelousos, bac k to her homeIn HATS
Birmingham, Ala. on Wed-
nesday and remained for a (
week's visit with her son-in- (125 OFF
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I/ 1/2 PRICE ,i
John Kopelousos.Mr. .
and Mrs. W.J. Johnstonand /2
I son. Jerry, of Miami. are A Ff-1 Left MEN AND BOYS
I I II spending two weeks at Kings-
ley Lake. They are Joined this PRICE BOY'S
week by Mrs. C.A. Bauer and Knit ShirtsReduced
daughter, Beth, of Greenville,
Miss. Mrs. Johnston Is the sister SHIRTS
of Mrs. James Barren of

Starke.Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wiggins $1.00| Each -

returned to FalFEurn, Ga. Sun
TIle Perfect Combination Of day after two weeks visit with LADIES Ladies
his parents Mr, and Mrs.
Wiggins. They will return this noI.AmE
QUALITY weekend for the Wiggins- BOYS Dress
Nichols wedding. Sandals I I

*DEPENDABILITY Mrs. J.R. Wainwright and i WalkingShorts ,- fl I

granddaughter, Katherine Ko r + I\ Suits
*SERVICE pelousos, and Mrs. Charles Shoes UP TO
Darby and granddaughter,Elise \
We lifer A11 Three! Johns, visited Six Gun Terri f\1B c-r AND
tory Tuesday of last week.

All Models Equipped With 2-Speed Quiet Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Moran OFF 34Ore y 11)COVER.UPS
and family of Brooksvllle, N. / 25% 2 PRICE
Blower Automatic Thermostat And Dehumidifies Y. are spending six weeks with 72
their mother, Mrs. Louise OFF R LESS
As They Cool. Moore at Klngsley Lake.

Crawford ONE GROUPPANTY Group Of
Mr. and Mrs. Larry
size 16AL8 of Hampton Lake will "\ LadiesSHELLS ONE GROUP OF LADIESSportswear

. . PHICE vacation next week at Acapulco HOSE 1'?

TT JT Mexico. \

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beas- i REG. $1.25 994<
5,000 BTU -1 1 Room $129.95 ley of Halnes City were Tues )
day and Wednesday guests of 'f f JP TO $18.00
Mrs. O.L, Beasley and Mrs. I BABY SKIN
8,000 BTU Up To 2 Rooms 179.95 J.W. Klncald.
Mrs. W.T. Jackson and Mr. 1 UP TO 2
BTU To 3 Rooms 219.95
11,000 Up and Mrs. A.G. Loudon Sr. of
REG. $1.75 $1,39
Keystone Heights visited Mrs. ; v OR LESS

15,000 BTU Up To 4 Rooms 239.95 day.Mr.Frank Weaver In Winiston Sun ONE GROUP LADIES

18,000 BTU Up To 5 Rooms 289.95 .Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Mark H.E.Jacksonand Smith ONE GROUP LADIES UnderwearDRESSES

of Wllltston spent the weekendat < ;

24,000 BTU Up To 7 Rooms 349.95 Spring Lake. ? Junior Sizes 5 13 PANTSUITS SLIPS

THE BRADFORD ,?!,6.,. Ladies Sizes 6.26 (32-46)( )

Compare And Save! COUNTY TELEGRAPH .t

Published every Thursday ; PRICE I REG. 53.93 $2

.I US W. Call Street I' ,a 72
SUrke. Florida :320ttSecead '
SLADE GAS J.. \ 'I Junior Sizes 5 -13

._class postage<< paid Ii;"" I LADIES SUMMERHandbags Ladies Sizes 8. 20 ONE GROUP
al ke, FlorIda '
fceerlp4loa Rates .
AND APPLIANCES h trade areas fS.OO per F-ri- BRAS & SLIPS

yrarj tt.7J' sU m*.tIII.! / OFF f 40 q
Ovtslde trade neat WJ ,

332W., M.duon St. Phone 9647701t per yttrs 13." six: months. J OFF :.B.e. C

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**. County Budge Land Sales Total $426,943Property

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perlence In law, enforcement week was a $2,400 Increase a

In Bradford County He ,baa the subsidy the county; Is paying i'rjri transactions In $7,050 for a lot In Crystal $4,000 for a parcel of landat
served two year ,,as a city DeWltt C. Jones Ambulance: Bradford County during June Lake Homesltes from Local Finance Lawrence C.Connell of Palatka. of SR-16 and 229

patrolman and six years as as- Service to continue to serve totaled $426,943, according to and Acceptance Corp. $3,500 for two lots in Ward the Dixie corner Acceptance Corp

.Istant police chief ,plusayear the county.; That subsidy, which tax stamps attached to deeds to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald David City from Mr. and Mrs. Eli from Mrs.Raymond Work
as a county deputy; sheriff. In started at $12,000 two years filed in the office of the coun- Reese D. Blagy to Mr. and Mrs.Fred- to Mr.and .'

1969 he ran against Rossar ago, now li up to $18,000 per ty; clerk. $6,000 for a lot from Mary die Rogers. man Jr. for two parcels of
and then Incumbent Biggs and year. Onlv sales totaling over$1.000are Eaton to Mr. and Mrs. Ran- $5,300 for three lots Kings- Mr and Mrs. n.J
won .the police, chiefs: post. There were other slight chan- listed below. doll W. Davis. ley from Mr. and Mrs. W,", land from to Mr. and Mrs. Wil-

Fuqua has 340 hours classroom ges, up or down. In various Property sales in June regained $18,000 for a lot on Bedford Randall to Mr. and Mrs. P.T. liam Bozeman P. Ford.

training in law enforcement departmental budgets, but no their former rate of activity Lake from Frances n. Baby Nolin.
glaring changes from the 70- to Martin Tackle, Inc. of Lake -
and 30 hours toward an ; after declining to $170-
associate of arts,, degree In 71 spending bill. The county, 000 in Mav. April sales were Geneva. =
law enforcement as every agency and Individual $423,000. Sales have been unusually $3,500 for a lot in Woodlawn tGdTi----;; '

Bowen 37, is completing Ms seems to be nowadays, Is the high so far this year, from Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henry -
first term the victim of ever-increasing the clerk's office. Rhoton to Mr. and Mrs. Carl
on city: council according to Av
prices In almost every category McKinley of Lawtey. To Remember pEST
having won In 1969 over June transactions were: I.
incumbent Gerald Williams and however. $10,900 for property Starke f
MM. Maurice White. MajorlOurce of county rev- $24,500 for 19.7 acres on from I Kenneth L, Bagwell to 'c ONTROL

enue Is $433,611 In advalorem vs SIt-229! from Mr and Mrs. Ernest W, Allen. Last Feeding For V.
But Bowen admittedly is a taxes. The county; also receives Joseph SUrale to Mr. and Mrs. $119,400 for a parcel of land 1 CHEMICAL toT 1
frustrated policeman, and this half of the $446,500 In race William S, Funtig. along SR-200 from Irma S, QuI- Azaleas & Camellia Due

year is giving up the-elty; coun- track tax funds each Florida $4,000 for a parcel of land nan to Mr. and Mrs. Dewey

cil post for a run at( the police county; receives, amounting to from Mr. and Mrs. WO, Col Davis, Jr. Witch For ,
chiefs Job. Bowery served four $223,250. The school board receives lins to Mr. and Mrs Herman $5,000 for two lots in Starke
years as a Starke policeman. the other half. from Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nu- Lawn Grass ,
lie is a Starke laundry owner Other major sources of rev- h "J $10,000 for 1/2 interest In a gent Jr. to Carroll !Nugent: of Diseases

and Is employed at'Terwllle-', enue are $185,789 in state gasoline parcel of land on Lake Geneva Onortaga, N.Y. ,

gar Motors. and motor fuel taxes,$47- and SIt-21! from Thomas F, $25,000 for a lot in Indian ,
Other candidates'In the run- 993 In fines and forfeitures and Salon Recives BIP Award Brannon to Verna Uranno" Beach subdivision from Paul- ControlThripCn
ning but without opposition so civil fees, $21,000 In state mos ine W, r.ewls to Mr. and Mrs. Roses

far are Group 2 City J Councilman quito control funds, $20,000 in Miles$7,210 for a lot on Indian James P. Foreman Jr., of Mel- I-t t tt

Jimmy McRae and Mayor fees to the county clerk's office Mrs. Nell Duncan of Melrose The 3-chalr salon Is a July Beach from Mr. and !Mrs. C.J.' rose.

Carl Hurst.McKae $26,000 in fees from the receives a BIP award from Chamber winner in the Chamber's improvement Lane of Duval Co. to Mr. and $15,000 for a lot in Starke Clean Groton

40, is completing his motor vehicle inspection sta of Commerce Manager John program. Mrs. Duncan says Mrs. Clarence P. Crawford of from Sarah Lagassee and Alfred t Pellets No t .
third term on the council and tion. There are many other fees Myers for her newly decorated: she plans to add a ladies boutiqueand Melrose. 11. Lagassee to Mr. and

has served as chairman. E- received by the county froma beauty salon on SR.-211n Bradford gift shop She recently moved $1,200 for a parcel of land Mrs. Paul Alan Weeing. Dust. :

lector! In 1965 In a race with myriad of sources which makeup County about 3-1/2 miles north of from Melrose to her present site In Lawtey from Mr. and Mrs. $3,500 for 5 acrews from "
Dr. Calvin Houpv,.McRae was the remainder of the coun- Melrose. and says business is fine. llayard Brooks to Mr and Mrs. Tnman I D. Green and I':IIse Green t
re-elected in 1967 without op- ty's; revenue; when lumped together C.C. Anderson. Pass to Mr. and Mrs. C.D. 50 Ib. Camellia & 3' to 4' Camellias
they make a large sum. Thornton. Nice---5.97
posUtion then beat Mrs. El-
How does the county spend $15,300 for a parcel of land Azalea 3.98 .
DeVoe In
vim 1969.
.u,333::i :: for a parcel of landon T .
Mayor Hurst, '44, is completing Its $223,250 In race track tax and from Frank II, Collins and wife :. 1 1Leaf
Crawford Hd. from Mr.
24" Camellias
his second elected term funds. In 71-72 $61,233 of the to Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Gar- 25 18" to
Ib. Camellia &
Harold John- Mrs. Wilmer C. Johnson, Mr.
funds Alice llayhurst, 1V
will to off
the rett.
which he won In 1969 over Nolan go pay Samuel Car Crashes and Mrs. Hugh L, Johnson and Nice---1.97
son, Leroy Merchat,
Woodburn, Starke jeweler. courthouse bond issue, $82,531will $10,400 for two lots in North Azalea2.39
Roland II, John-
Pittman and Carl Brown all Mr. and Mrs.
be transferred to the road Reno from Mr. and Mrs. UK.
ilurtt elected to the city
was ; Into and Patricia Mor- 6 Weeks
to Peggy
forfeited bonds on charges of OldCommissary son
council in 1960 and has beena and bridge fund, $69,485 will Whitehead: to Kssle; Mae Cuf-
rissey of Penney Farms. 10 lb. Camellia
fixture in city politics since.It be transferred to the general voluntary $18,000 for a parcel of land fie. Protection
fund and Charles Rlggson and Henry $8,000 for a of land .
$10,000 will go Intoa parcel I Azalea 1.49 t tt
from Mr and Mrs. Charles Roses And
Aaron both pled not guilty to on
be SR-100-A
will a big ;year electionfor capital outlay fund. on from Mr.and Mrs.
charges of petit larceny and Hardy to Starke First, Inc. Conlev S. Bush to Mr. and Mrs. !ISOTOM, Most sucking
the City; of brke with the $7,0(10( for a parcel of land
offices of mayor, police chief, had their cases bound over Four persons were injured from Mr. and Mrs. Harold IJo-) t .?,o The Best And chewing 6UWUISI"JiI

city clerk, and two city coun- to the trial docket. Saturday morning,July 24,when gan Smith to ]Neta; Brown and For Insects. '
cil posts up for grabs. City people don't have any sense Randall Wayne Moody also two cars sideswiped on SR-16 Mr and Mrs W.H. Brown ,
registration books are now o- of speed and that while driving pled not guilty; to a chargeof and one ran into and partially $4,500 for 4 acres from the, Zoning. (OlinOL FungasControl FREE

pen at city hall. Clerk Edwards is the worst time in the breaking and entering with through the old commissary at Rafgo Corp. of Hade Co to with I
said registrations for the up- r.'orld to get in a harry Intent to commit petit larceny. Luther Powell's former sawmill Pel1/O':/ H, Thomas. Spraysr Qt.
coming election have been Moody Is now awaiting a pre at the Old Lawtey ]/toad. (From Page 1)) In Lawns Quart 5.98
brisk, especially the Harry Clifton Broadway pled liminary hearing. $8,600 for a parcel of land eY
among Daniel
Tyrone Williams
city's' senior citizens. Some guilty; to speeding and was sentenced Larry Griffin Walter Brown, Jacksonville the most serious, 21, on Sli-100 from Mr. and Mrs. Ing of a portion of a 23 acre 1 lb. 2.98 4 oz. -1,29
and 3 In and Cummlngs Austin D, of tract at the intersection of
young/ voters, between 18 and $101 days Jail. Leonard ; were Moody Clay Co.
ly injured admitted
Broadway was traveling In excess all with was to to Alfred H. l.agassee of I Keystone Highway 16 (west) and SR-225
21, are also regiattringr' he charged disposing of Bradford County Hospital but Hake
said. To register ..person must of 100 mph. The Judge property; under lien. All of the has been released; Tuesday. Heights. from Open Rural to Rl-C lie] per- t f I

be over 18 years o(( age, a also recommended that his license men pled notgullty to the chargeand Three passengers in his 1966 $14,000 for a lot in Mount mitting advised mobile that homes.mobile homes was Full Size
citizen of Florida for one year, be suspended for 60 days. are now awaiting a Jury Oldsmobile also injured Pleasant on Sliver Lake from I
and a citizen of Starke for Frank Davey Sims who was trial. were Mr. and Mrs. Robert J, Mooreof would not be permitted along j I Now 87
slightly and treated
six months. 'sit' traveling at 98 mph and Tom- Ray Moody pled not guilty; BCII, according were to the Starke at (Duval Co. to Thomas F. 16, but that he could advertisefor I
f'i mie Lee Woods who was traveling to a charge of carrying a con- Police Price of Keystone Heights. a hearing on a portionof w 19-\7S
In while erving at 90 mph both pled gully cealed weapon. Moody is Department. the tract fronting about 1,100
1967, ,' as now
j Willie Lee Jenkins Starke
he and were fined $101 or 10 awaiting a Jury trial while $14,500 for two lots In Bland- feet on SR-225 and extendingback J >>
chairman of the council, I nV Good In
pulpwooder, 37 old 4'I Ocala SfcireCONTROL f
was appointed mayor' at the days In Jail excessive speed. Judge Yawn continued Cleo charged with failure years to was ing Subdivision from Mr and 225 feet from that high
death of Mayor Randal Chlt- Donald Theodore Malone pled Thornton under a peace bond yield Mrs. GJ McGriff to Mr. and
the right of The 1961 Pon-
ty.; lie ran the mayor's postin guilty; to traveling 86 mph at Grime Yawn fined Ellsha L. lac he was way.driving attempteda Mrs. Gerald Wayne McPherson. way.Mrs.. Gloria Martin, who had t I FLORIDA PEST {
$7,500 for a lot in Starke
night In 65 Judge
1967 and was elected with- a mph WIle Jr. court costs of left turn from SR-16 onto been given 30-days to removea
from Helen Joyner Heydorn to
out opposition Yawn sentenced Malone a fine $16.50 and ordered Mm make trailer which has been
Old Lawtey Road and collided placedin *
of $76 or 8 days in Jail. Pedro restitution after he pled guilty with Williams' Mr. and Mrs. Merritt II. Williams an Hlresidential) zone :
Veteran City Clerk Merrill Remberto VlUallonga and Jack to issuing car, according .
a worthless
check .. to the report Patrolman on the Country Club Road, was t
Edwards has indicated he.will 'H. Eddy both pled guilty to traveling for t
James H, Rye. $3,000 a parcel of land given an extension of another 539 K. Call Street
run once again for his Job, the lame speed and were from Earl L. lockeryand Mary 30 days due to difficulty in & Chemical Co. *
but has not yet qualified. sentenced to a $51 fine or 5 Engine Jenkins was also charged with Lou Dockery to J. Carson Bld- finding a new location for.: the A- Phone 964.5745 &
operating a motor vehicle without
days In jail.William a driver's license. nour Of And..r.n- To"" o r 4IIII ___ ___
P. Cousins, Willie
Mack Williams and Samuel Eugene Jenkins was headed east on
L.U. Morgan Sr. Bassett all, pled guilty; to- Cancelled. SR-16 with Williams' vehicle

Dies ServicesSet excessive speed and were sentenced behind him. Williams pulled
; $36 fine or 3 days in (From Page 1)) Into the left lane to pass the

This P.Mi1; the Robert county; Frank Jail. Bates, Tommy bond Issue now. The 10th month Jenkins pulled along car. side As, William Jenkins Four candles I his parents

Isn't until the end of July ago
Boannum (Royston), and Tom up started his attempted left turn ,
he pointed out, and the 10- and
the two vehicles sideswiped
Leaton U. Morgan, Sr., 84, mle Lee Woods all pled guilty month budget report has not -
long time resldenfof Bradford to driving while intoxicated and been prepared yet. for his I II
County and veteran strawberry were fined $151 or 60 days in The council Is also awaiting started saving I

grower, died upon arrival at the county Jail, with the recommendation the ]10-month budget report -

a local hospital Tuesday aftera that their driver' to be able to prepare Its Under the new set-up, the
licenses be
sudden Illness at'his home suspendedfor new budget. An attempt was
60 county will receive all of the education.
on Morgan Road. days. made to work on the budget college
seventh cent gas tax, or $137- A
Tommy Boannum (Royston)
Born in Orange Springs on Tuesday night but was aban- 789. After paying the DOT$75- vtr
March 9, 1887, he was the son was also fined $26 or 5 daysIn doned because of the lack of 000, the county would have s zi

of the late L.U/ajnd Martha the county Jail for driving new budget Information. Chair- $62,789 left over. That is, if h
Drew Morgan. II.'.... s mem- without a license. man Nell Tucker Is pushing for Engineer Ward's estimate holds try

ber of the Morgan Chapel Donald Samuel Hammon Eugene Bassett and early preparation of the budget true the DOT maintenance does W
of the Baptist 4 Church.: were not cost more than expected.
Surviving are hl..wUt, Zona and asked Clerk Edwards to Neither Is getting the entire
Gnann Morgan and one son both fined $36 or 3 days In get departmental requests and seventh cent a net gain, since
Leaton U. Morgmn,""" 3r., both Jail for falling! to appear In have the budget put in shapeas the county; has received 20
of Starke-three daughters, Mrs. court. soon as possible. cent of the seventh cent all
Shirley Shytle, Orlando; Mrs. Joan Frances Carlson and Councilman Noegel also along. The 20 per cent In 71- ;
Maurice Hall, Ocala; and Mrs. Marvin Tlsdale both pled guilty called to the council's atten- 72 Is expected to amount to -.

Emalyne Supernault, Leesburg; to falling to maintain their tion that no street or sidewalk $27,500 and, in the past, has
15 grandchildren, and. 13 great vehicle under control and were paving has been done In the been used as part of the
grandchildren. *- both fined $36 or 3 days In past year. He also noted that enue for the road rev-and
Funeral services will be held Jail. Gladys M. Ayer and Fred- none of the Reno area is being bridge fund. It is .,. ..".
so planned
in the Morgan Road \Chapel erick Bartow Holmes were fined served by city; sewers now for 71-72.

at 2 p.m. Thursday with Rev. $36 or 3 days for traffic via because a pumping station is But if the county gets by with N
W.A. llogan and Un.Bob Cooper lations. needed first. Those items paying
only $75,000 for
officiating. Interment will Elizabeth Darrell Reed and should be given priority In the maintenance to the DOT- They only have14candles

follow in Kingsley Lake Cem- Thomas Fredric Gorland were new spending bill, the council there will be about $35,000left ,
etery under direction of De- both charged with unlawful agreed. over which the
Witt C. Jones Funeral; Home. speed, but failed to appear In Councilman Bowen also said use somewhere county Its can
on transportation
Pallbearers will ba:grandsons court Judge Yawn ordered warrants he thinks city: employees shouldbe system. to

of Mr Morgan. for both of their arrests, given a five per cent across- In that connection Commis. go

f i with bond set at $50L the-board pay Increase. ChaIr- sioner Bryan said the
Whirred Charles Rlgdon man Tucker said he doesn't be able county
may to
\ James Edward Stripes Henry know It the city: can meet all experiment witha
Plea Day. process used in Columbia
Gilbert Metcalf, James Hudson Its other priorities and give County in which has ,
clay been
Davis, John :Stream, Jack raises totaling $20,000. The mixed with asphalt to build a
Rondal Dlllmon, John Sokal- question was left up In the road a F
(From Page 1)i)I cuzk, Vincent Paul Aaslnl. Diane at cheaper coat tV
air.It "It's no doubt Inferior
to a
Mulkey Verbust Joseph that the
r was agreed Fire
by the public Arnold McGuIre, Junes Hul- Department has lived within its regular" hard-topped road pre).
William Merehalland lon Wachob, and Albert James budget and can be left as is lower cess, in Bryan said, "But far ,::1' :,

Robert Junior White were both Verka all forfeited: bonds on for 1971-72 Street Department mile it cost than the $50,000a ,

charged with escape, in addition charges on unlawful speed Supt. S.R. Hicks said he can conventional costs to build a 'c
Marshall was also K. Shirvanbeuguy received a Uve with his same budget if road." hard surfaced to \

charged with the larceny of suspended sentence from Judge funds In It for paving are left The t ke '
a prison truck.Marshall waivedthe Yawn on charges of unlawful to be spent that way. topic of installing culverts _

preliminary hearings on speed. It was agreed that due to recent City road came board up at the Lake ..' ?

both accounts and did not wishto James Hudson Davis also forfeited mechanical work both city: ; ford meeting.Brad
be represented: by: an at- bond on a charge of police cars are In good shape, that under were told
"Vj falling to appear. and (that it won't be necessary a new ruling, theDOT

White requested .preliminary Robert Plttman and Benedict to buy new ones this coming will take over that work,
hearing and,th. public defender PbrowsU both forfeited bondson year. at least as far as residential -s

was appointed to represent traffic violations,while Billy: installations are concerned. y "jpn
him. te-Jjw! Alvarez pled not guilty; to a The state legislature also
Aaron James,iJri'jfas. also charge of wilful and wanton added
an eighth cent to the
charged with Is reckless Maintenance. .
escapebut driving:
state gas tax with the receipts
now la court in Tltusville. Alvarez's case will be placedon tabbed for counties to use r mziiWitt
The court with the court trial dock-
was packed county;
the usual majority; of chargesfor et.Walt (From Page 1)) first transportation of the funds systems.will But the
unlawful speed. Edmondson and Bobby fund the Florida Highway go Patrol You Be Ready Tomorrow?

When one young speeder J. Parker were both charged cent however, wilt! give the and the counties won't begin r
said Jie didn't realize how fast with committing an affray. Ed county knowledge of how Its receiving the funds October Our Hours:

he was going the Judge asked mondson entered a plea of not money Is being spent, at least. 1972, the county clerk's: office 1
him "what difference It wouldmake'to guilty; to the charge, but Parker For the) past several years here says. MOB thru Thurs. 9a.m. to 3p.m.

a set of orphans or pled guilty.; the commission has had great F"da -9a.m.tp5:30p.rn.: -
a widow. Judge Yawn explained that trouble getting sufficient Information ? Saturday
"It doesn't make any; difference under the laws of the state of on how the county's' Moat ef as seem to be kick-

'I as far as the'effect Is Florida, one parson can not secondary funds have been u- .leg the cigarette commercial yvac SAVINGS o LOAN ASSOCIATION '. ,
concerned.: One is Just as dead commit an affray. He than said tillzed by the DOT Bradfordwas ftabtt without withdrawal

and bones are juatos: broken," withhold disposition on the plea told that for 1970-71 the symptoms. aNaeack really' 4Hal

the judge, told N yoonc man" of guilty; pending the outcome county had only a few thousand honked addicts may. be _...... ( )t 4MM.If 1 Wllf MADIION STRUT
Judge) Yawn told one teen of the Fdraombon trial. dollars accrued In Its secondary : lag acnes the border to sea ITMKI.nonoA IM/Ii
] age girl, that a-tot of. young Ralph Stanley Andrews, Mary maintenance fund. then .te Mexico.

.! Pave 4 TVUe ".. r"I? 90 10:71" _

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For Men's
League Tornado trackmen traveled with a Jump of S 6". The third
: to Winter Park Saturdayand and fourth place finishers also
FF"R:1 competed In the U.S. Reg had a 5'6" for their best Jump.
lonal AAU Junior Olympics, They had fewer' misses how
1971 hoping to win a trip to Colo- ever and this determined,. where
ChampionshipWilliams PROD rado and the Air Force Academy they finished. '

Buddy Paterson"; ,who gradu-
The first place finisher In ated from HI IS?,last year and
each event at the !Regional meet was a recipient of a track

Jewelry Com The second game was alio CUNNINGHAM GULF, trip received to the an Air all Force expense Academy paid scholarship the took t-un.' fifth placeIn
mushy Bank and Hurst Shell- decided by one run with the WILLIAMSCOMMUNITYEARN to compete In the National AAU 880-yard
Terwillegar Ford tied for first score turned around and Wli- BERTHS Junior Olympics.No Levy Lennon competed In both
place In the race for the sec- Hams-Community; banged out IN SUBDISTRICTIn one from Starke will be the long Jump and the 100 yard
ond half league honors in 14 hits to win the rubber game the tournament to qualify w a l R making the trip to Colorado, dash but failed 'to. place highIn
Men's Slow Pitch Softball. 10-4 and take the second half Starke's representation to ,y 4 but Jimmy Andrews! a seniorat either event. Levy's performances -
the A.S.A. Sub-District, Cun- were, not helped
title. BUS
won a place
In a best two of games playoff ningham Gulf and Williams me- however, by both of J' the events
dal In the
July 20 and 21 Williams- Since Ilurst-Terwillegar won Jewelry Community; Bank sur- 4Ara being held simultaneously.!
Community won the 1971 sec the first half championship It vived the four team double elimInation competing against the top run-
' ond half championship. Is now necessary for the two playoff to earn berthsIn ners In seven states. .
Andrews ran a 15.5 In tile Exhibition Set
teams to In
'best engage an addi- the competition with 13 other
In a two of games playoff -
highs, far below his normal
July 20 and 21 Williams. play off. teams. high fourteens. According to With Garden,
Community; won the 1971 sec- The three game play-off Is Williams Community took Mrs. George Loper who attended -
ond half championship set Monday and Tuesday, August wins over the Independents 11- the meet, there were sev- Warren MotorsWarren
3 and Hurst-Terwlllegar 5-4,
23. Two games will be eral false starts In the event
Ilurst-Terwillegar won the scheduled Monday, at 7:30: and losing only to Cunningham Gulf and this apparently unnerved Motors of Jackson-
first game of the play-off 8- 9 If third Is 84.The Andrews, causing him to
p.m. a game Gulf team vic- get a ville, a team that finished 9th
7, scoring all eight In gained
runs necessary It will be played poor start. In the second false In the National Tournament
tile first Inning then holdingon Tuesday at 8 p.m. tories over Hurst-Terwlllegar start, Andrews was leading tile year, will visit.Clarke Sunday,
9-4 and
although outhit 10-7. Williams-Community; Alvarez In
D.C.Jimmy pack when tIle called
8-4. Washington race was August 1, to engage In a double
back.Winning header exhibition match with
\ time In the 120-yard Starke's Garden Restaurant.
high hurdles was a 14.5, a new The first game will begin Immediately -
Alvarez rapt with National FFA President Dan Lehamann during the President' AAU record. following competitionof
, Keen CompetitionRules conference in Washington D.C. Jimmy Ricks, a Junior at BUS, the Sub-District Tournamentfinals.
took fifth place In the high jump .

! !! < H m -rleilI '

: In Sub-District Softball I Join The Carrier Comfort Parade -1 I I II

The Men's Northern Sub-Dls- er Motors of Lake City; 8-5, Tuesday, July 27, and game #4
trick Tournament got underway though Lake City; outhit the was the firs F.O.P. of Lake
Monday, July 26, and to date winners 1110. Games #2 saw City took a 9-5 decision over II t tt
the competition has provided St. Augustine Lions come on St. Augustine's Harry's Curb t .
some.Very Interesting games. the late Innings to soundly defeat Market. The Lake City; team
Most of the games have been Palatka Kimbro 1 lanes TV collected 14 hits enroute to f
fairly close with all teams 17-7. The Lions displayed some their opening round victory. t II t tt
showing more strength than In hitting power, knocking four Tate Electric of Gaines-
past sub-district tourneys. out of the pork. Paul Williams, ville and Starke's Wlillams-
Twelve of the 15 teams In the the Lions catcher, was four- Jewelry-Communlty; Bank team t tt
tourney have played at this for-four and hit two round trip- squared off In the fifth game t .
writing one game. Of these pers. and the local team made a a SI
12 teams the White Lion of Game #3 sent Gainesville good showing before falling to
St. Augustine Tate Electricof Hill's Van Service to the losers Gainesville's No 1 team 7-3. t II f ft
Gainesville and the Alachua bracket as Allen Mobile
Neither team could In
Palatka score
Homes of 10-3
put a
All-Stars look like the teamsto the first two Innings, but the .
defeat on them. Palatka utilized --
beat. 16 hits to record their 10 runs local team plated two runs In t II t tt
In the opening round play and limited Gainesville to only the bottom of the third to takea
Monday night, the FlorIdIans 7 hits. 2-0 lead. In the top of the
of St. Augustine downed Hunt. Three games were also played fourth Tate ElectrIc pushed two lh II t tt
runs across the plate to dead-
.. .. .. .. t
--- --- lock the score and In the top
... .. ... of inning five plated four more ,

runs to go In front 6-2. In rk t tt
the top of the sixth Willie Pow- t sI
ers made it 7-2 with a long

GAINESVILLE blast The over Jewelry-Bank the fence. team t ,, 1I t tI

scored Its final run In the

Business bottom Hardee of led the off sixth with as a double Terry I
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and scored on Johnny Johnson's : :
sacrificed fly. Tate had 11 base r. ;, II
hits and two of them were

...... ...... .....- ...... ....... --- ---- ---- .---- .---- .---- .---- ---- circuit: clouts. The local team I played a real good defensive
game with Terry Hardee mak- Total Central! Heating And Air Conditioning -
AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES ing several outstanding catchesin I I
the outfield to keep the ball fL
BRASINGTONCADILLAC In the park, but they could not INCLUDES UP TO 7 OUTLETS 1 RETURN 80,000 BTU S 1'
get the bats working, getting I
OLDSMOBILE: : Johnson Faris, Inc. only six hits and four play- I FURNACE 2 TON AIR CONDITIONER 1295r
SALES & SERVICE, ers had these six. Lamar Williams -
SEEDS PLANTSInnectlcldes and Terry Hardee each COMPLETE INCLUDING TAX
Fine Selection of Used Cars Pet SuDplkaFERTILIZERS were two-for-three. Johnny t tt
Taken On Cadillac Trades Johnson and Ricky Bennett had t
2001 N.W." 13th Ph 378.5301 the other two hits.

We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders Final game of Tuesday eve- t tt
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476& and ning the was Alachua the tourney's All-Stars#6 game madea t Add On-2 Tons Of Air Conditioning To Your System

fine showing In downing the
GLASS Moose:, Gainesville's #2 team, t t tt
4 wheel drive and oars 11-9. The All-Stars, undefeated
Sales Parts, Service in a Starke Invitational last Carrier '
Clean Used Toyota LIDDELL month, have yet to be whippedon INSTALLED t
the Westslde Park Field.The t $
1700 N. Main 376-12B All-Starks built up an early
Glass Company 11-4 lead after four Inningsand II 695ATTENTION
Beauty Academy then hung on for the win.
I Little As
For As
."GUM For Every Purpose"Store Alacnua had 15 hits with 14
Fronts-Mirrors of them coming In the first

Academy -1 Tub Enclosures.ShowersFurniture Tops Glass Re four Innings and their attack 1 I II
was well balanced as seven
Learn a Profession In Your placed players had two hits each.Mike ... ...
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Spare Time. Full or Part Time NEW LOCATION McGinnis hit a home run. The - - - - - - - - 1I t
219 NW 10th 379-2766 Moose had 16 hits, but left I
1228 So. Alain Gainesville eight base runners stranded.

ELECTRIC MOTORS 372-1102 372-8191 Tourney resumed play Wed -
nesday night, July 28, with I -'
ELECTRIC Starke's Cunningham Gulf team :
Motor Repair Co.Of MEN'S WEAR meeting the Macclenny Road- :
runners at 7:30: p.m. Tony's I _
Gainesville, Inc. Pizza of Macclenny and the

Repairing. RewindingNew STAG 'N DRAG gled Floridians at 9 of St. and Augustine the White tan- II I'' i l ;
p.m. !Ir.i
and Used Griffon Suit Lion met Allen of Palatka at I MOBILE t.

2818 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8.118 .. Arrow Shlrtn-Florshelm Shoe posed 10:30.: of This 15 teams.tourney Being Is a com-dou- : r :

MOVERS Formal Rentals ble elimination affair, 28 -
Ladles Sportswear games will be played before :
determining the two represen-
Lout Distance MovingSlornge 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand tatives to the District playoff
Packing. GAINESVILLE MALL In Titusville. I
Crating ShippingFree I

Game #10, 7:30: p.m., Tate vs
F.O.P. Lake City; ; Game #11, II
BALDWIN 9 p.m., Alachua vs Winner of I I
Cunnlngham-Macclenny game;

Van Service, Inc. .iipham CHQtCI na0 MUSlCt.SANS Curb Game Market#12, 10:30:vs p.m.Williams, Harry's Je- t Add 2 1/2 Tons Of Central Cooling $ t tt

JM>> N.!:. Waldo R4. C'vlH welry-Community Bank. 7 1
To Your Present For 5
37t-4271 FRIDAY, JULY 30-Game13( System
t tt
7:30: p.m., Gainesville Moosevs t
Starke Macclenny loser;
As As
o>in. ahoppta ctr. m-uu Game #14, 9 p.m.. Palatka KIm- Little .
AUTO SALES SERVICE bro vs Gainesville Hill';Game I II
Tropical Pontiac, Farm and Industrial #15, 10:30: p.m., Lake City; 11181ter's
vs loser of Tate-F.O.P.;
Inc. Equipment Game #18, 12 p.m.. Winner of
Harry's-WJ/CB Tony'IFlorldlans.Saturday's vs. Loser of t CALL US TODAY 964-7701 t

Santa Fe Tractor, games will begin
with game #17 at 10 a.m. and '

Factory Authorized FORDFarm games Saturday will with continue games throughout sched- : Slade Gas And Appliances :

Pontiaclal Tractors tt ImpLements uled each hour and a half a- I

...Parts-S.rvic. USED EQUIPMENT game part with#26 scheduled the final for Saturday 11:30: I

2101 N.' Main SALES PART SERVICE Sbrke Florida
Gain -vf1le, Flo. P.m.The finals will be played Sun- | 332 W. Madison Street I
4488 N. W. Kb 378-2348 day afternoon beginning at 1

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Worst Ever9 Mobile Home Leon Program Interest In
19) Standards Set by V.A.The .

has announced Veterans standards Administration for its loan DIxon benefits.emphasized that vet- Parking ChangesThe

InA: n Co. School Head Says Mobile Home Program, which crane discharged for service- ;
guarantees up to 30% of I leans connected! disabilities, regardless -

up to a maximum of $10,000for of length of service widows results, or lack of results the upgrading of the exterior of
purchase of mobile homes, of eligible veterans and show :Starke merchants establishmentand
their business
Union CountyJSchool' 1 SupC. tunually: Increased each year ty such as Union. Even 86 per cent.) or up to $17,500 If the loan Is wives of members of the Antted apparently have little interestin of creating an attractive -
Jame. Carat Utt't'toohapny expense
will now co into the state's The superintendent points out If Union's assessment also for a fully developed lot. a Chamber of Commerce
with Ow 1971 Kttnlon. of the operating to dget. In Union that Union l.the.maUe.tcoun- percentage of real value goes The VA has prescribed Forces: missing In' action or downtown shopping mall.))
regulations sponsored parking thinka
Florida LcxlsUtoi: prisoners of war for more than Seven persons said they
County the school board receives -
to90 cent as expected
ty; geographically In the state per to govern mobile study.
In fact. It "probably' ; was the 55 per cent of the county and that even with a 13 1/2 per this would make a mill worth home sites, construction standards this 90 days, are also eligible for Nine persons had replied to all review reserved should no parking be made and of
wont session &hiJ1'IIa. ever benefit ,,
racing tax funds. only $17,400.
cent expected Increase: and written the questionalre distributed
county manufacturers
been of the togUlajnr *. far Cason Interested persons should loading cone area in the down-
points out that the amount Cason also cruises the 1971Legislature's
weeks to Chamber
assessments three
property warantles. There
; one are ago
with the Idea
their local Ser- town area
schools and are contact County
a. ttrtjpeople of racetrack had ;
money that
tax mill In Union would produce requirement also qualifications mobile members and Call Street mer-
those not necessary -
concerned. Wif"rFor been Increasing: and the school only about 17400. an occupational specialist be home park locations, basicallythe vice Officer or write Dixon at chants. Although Call Street Isthe eliminating
one ttilnvV-Cason $ays. 1437 St.Petersburg Fla.33731. .
board had been using these additional
from funds
A recent statewide employed existing which would be
study of same as those for an average area pri- It has been suggested My-
the 1971 placed 9449,500 wiling funds to offset the rising for each 40 vocational teach- ,
assessment ratios showed sub-division on which single marily affected by a change In
said that loading zones
on the amount--of state coat of living and Inflation. Union County; to be assessingat ing units and the employmentof family homes are built. downtown parking merchants ers ,
be limited to one block
racetrack tax fundt each county School per
I The
1971 legislature killed that 80 per cent of full value. a county vocational director They must have the same Due on the street showed as little interest Myers is greatly disappointed
receives. 'Jbe. remainder of source Increasing: funds,vitally (By comparison Bradford again from existing funds. facilities such others according to '
proper geographical as In the results of the study\ ,
monies which have
those con- Important to a small Get
coun County school systems will $193,219From
iAI County; was rated as assess- ; locations, water Chamber Manager John Myers. or at the lack of Interest shown
also have to utilize some existing All nine replying to
sewage, electricity etc. persons by merchants. Probably no action
funds for matching teacher The new law according to M. Stole the questionalre agreed that will)) be taken unless thereIs
. I LAWTEY I retirement\ and social security T. Dixon. State Director of parking can be Improved In the further and Increased Interest -
; Cason points out. Veterans Affairs permit the downtown area. Seven said the Is evidenced.
I By EBB BUnohard I To come up with enough fundsto V.A. to set Interest ratesat Bradford Is one of fifty-nine/ Chamber should try to arrange Myers said the young merchants
offset these rising costs levels to Insure adequate other Florida counties due increases for off-street parking. on Call Street
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Joyce Carter and Tammte who had spent Cason says, would require two capital for mobile home loans In state school funds Suggestions were eliminate be more Interested In upgrading
United Methodist: Sunday Last Friday evening the devotional the week with their grandparents mills of taxes above Union's made by the lending Institutions. beginning with a $50. 8 million loading zones, have merchantsand the downtown area than
School 9:45: a.m., Worship services was given by Bill Wise returned with them. present 10-mlll property; tax He set the Interest rate distributing mailed in employees park off Call the older established mer-
U ajn.Youth 1 Week Meetings and Joey Bennett with Sharon Rev. and Mrs Don Denton levy. at 10.75%. The Interest rate July Comptroller Fred 0.Bud' Street,. creation of off-street chants.
each evening 7:30 p.m. Bennett at the piano. Follow- and Mr. and Mrs. John Demp- Cason said while the legislature for money used to purchase a ( Dickinson. Jr., reported. parking shorter time limits Preface to the Chamber's
ing this the pastor RaymondC. sey and their respective families ) provided new funds for lot and make Improvements on one side of Call Street quesUonalre tells merchants:
Church of God: Sunday School Caudlll gave a taped sermon spent last week at the more free school lunches It were set at 7%. Bradford Is to receive $193.- and enforcing the parking time "The Chamber of Commerce
10 ajn.. Worship services 11 by Rev. Jack Hyle of North Blackshear house on Klngsley also Installed a system of accounting Mobile homes purchased under 249 In school distribution funds limits. is making a survey of downtown -
ajn. and 7:30: p.m.; Family Carolina pointing out the dan- Lake. which would require this program must be at this month 1. an Increase of Six merchants said they think parking conditions and
Night Wednesday 7:30: pjn. gers of Rock and Roll musicto Mrs A.C. KIrkland and son more bookkeeping and Increase least 40 feet long and ten feet nearly $9,000 over July of last that Call Street, between Court while we have not authorityIn ;
young people. After dismissal Calvin were visiting her brother the workload of employee wide, with a minimum of 400 year. and Thompson transformed Inexpensively traffic matters, we are Interested -
Highland Baptist: Sunday everyone enjoyed a water- Dewey Goodman and her In small counties, and square feet.Applicants. Into an attractive in concerning ourselves -
School 9:45: a.m.. Worship services melon cutting.: sisters, Mrs. Sue Daniels, Mrs. reduced state assistance for may obtain their The statewide disbursementwas shopping mall with Call Street with overall community -
11 ..m. and 7:30 W.R. Lumford, and Mr. Lum- home economics units by one- Certificates of Eligibility from $2.3 million more than closed to vehicular traffic In Improvement and progress.We .
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:36pm PERSONALSFriends ford In Cuthbert, Ga. half.Cason) the Loon Guarantee Officer of school boards received last those two blocks and Court also know that the projected
followed by choir practice. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal hada also says the total the Veterans Administration In July. Walnut and Thompson open to growth Bradford County
will regret to learn letter from their son Greg anticipated tax roll of about Jacksonville. After locatfiur a vehicular traffic. Two replies ; in the next 10 years Is expected -
that H.W. Bemett Is a patientIn $45 million for Union Public school funds are financed said the idea has
who Is taking his basic six County mobile home they like which mall no merit to be In the neighbor-
The young people of the Baptist Memorial In Jack- weeks training at Lackland of which only $17,4000.000 Is meets the VA standards and locating mainly under the Mini- and one person didn't answer hood of 20 per cent and In anticipation -
Church! have organized a Youth sonville. He has their best M.h- Air Force Base Texas. lie taxable Included assessmentsof suitable mobile home mum Foundation Program that question. of this growth we
Fellowship and will meet each ... arrived safely and Is getting about $14 million In non- lot for rent or purchase the which supplied $48,037,756 of Four persona said they would would like to solicit your 1-
Friday 7:30: p.m. Officers elected Mr. and Mrs. Bill Major and along well. taxable state prison property; veteran should then apply tothe this overall amount. The remaining consider purchasing long Vacant dens on ways and means to keep
were as follows: President Judle of Miami were visitingthe Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwright In the county.: lender for a loan. $2,781,598 came from and deteriorated buildingsto business In Its traditional down-
Bill Wise: Vice President ]Duck family and Mr. and and family of Way cross, "But we have to educate the Veterans' and servicemenwith state sales tax.Dickinson provide off-street parking. town location.
,. 'Roger Eunice) Secretary. Mrs. Chuck Major and baby Ga. visited Mrs. T.L. Wainwright children of prison employee," at least 181 days of active The others left that space blank. "Any significant growth can
Canny Eunice; Treasurer Danny over the weekend.Mr. over the weekend. he states.In service after January 31, 1955. added that the for- Five said local merchants only result in new!shopping cen-
wise; Song leader Joey and Mrs. Charlie Stetn- Miss Phylls Martin, who Is a giving an end-of-the-year are eligible for mobile home mula for each school year is should petition the City; to con- ters removed from our down-
Bennett Ushers Tommy Wise bower of Jacksonville visited financial Cason listed adjusted at mid-term and at demn the old
; missionary teacher In Quito report loans as are veterans of World unused structures town area with resultant loss
and Eddie Dyal. Hospitality; Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders on Equator is returning next week cash carryovers of $21,462 War D and Korean Conflict the beginning of the fiscal year and provide metered or of business to the downtown.
Committee, Dianne Bennett. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James after spending a vacation with In the operating fund. $60,150 who served more than 90 days to take pupil enrollment and municipal free parking In the Gainesville and Jacksonvilleare
Beverly Itolllngsworth, Mar- Anders of Palatka visited the her family here. In the reserve fund, and $7,635 providing they have not pre attendance changes Into ac- areas. Four said they would be prime examples of this
garet Austin, Debby Dyal and Anders on Sunday -and Alma in the capital Improvement fund viously used all of their home count. willing to undertake financially trend."


7977-72 Bradford County Budget WisH :SAID

n.. NOTICE aoI-axN1v, N.r t a- i
... I- li .1T1 ., HEALTH fUND
=.c. 500.00 1 "Work hard play; little : die
I st.i K -POIWAIl : : EsUateRse4ipb
Board of County CoaaUeaionera of Bradford, : ;:';::: : early your family will enjoy
.2-:1.; : ,,, Beat on Auguat 5th .. .|30 .... for the .. .,, .IT.I T your 10'0,,",,." JoMeph M.A .

A u. .I s Shaw Jr.. Editor. Cherokee
purpose of hearing ,caqueete and coeplaLnte regardingI" JOADIIRIDGEIlAIIlTEIlAJlCE FUND County Herald 'l'ntrt' Ala-
,..; !
th. W71-72 Budget and from. oay to day thereafter, E.-4'R." ..le 'ALAN('!
if it if deeded neoaaaary.6ENERM l/l AA
A. I IAf A ND $AL.ANi 2a.21.92
.1211. apiolin. Tic t3OooOoO
N ...,. '. 7 ,IMO.AzJ.i .... Iwad '- Tw 169 .o..r----. .. .;_f __
g.. nd Mt9r hail 3kIO: : .''v,I\\,;. Jack S V.ill e
Fll.2 '
FUND COunty SUZD1UI 5Qd Tac : Estlat.dErprwe, ;J
....n em Q.Q
9 d.r oh. t.
EltlMtaa1i. Rwyb a uses ; odd. tatutu
Ale M, U. s.A __ .. __ ArA. .. 1..a O.gwir A A 1 pu -To 5 TOT.L Ar. rR1ATNN1TI 28.21592
A .Co rlTI
T INA ..
""v" "" '.n.. 14 1533 ..LAN<.Um.KI..'''<:lfTm.w..D CASK I
Aa..n.. L .n.. cx rnioraa
'nu.n Llc.n.. r u .....v. Directory
on ?. A. Y IA R .N AIANI, 'I
I ',' _n.. !lo.O A .. '_ CF4'' 2 215.92
1.044 Tm" .utx (0(
''I-I-y tAr..l M T_._.q44.J
.., Heaah a 011& SINKING RESERVE fUND Auto Sales and Service
GtIaW. E.,....

$H1 EallllltM R..tptl Parrish Motors

''n 24.24
4 41.2 ,AU"cu 1'0.101.0" ,1fT.W..D cue 279.4a SALES:

.. .. ,... Q SERVICE -
""v' "-'-" !4Q! 0 'VOLVOW'o
h. YfIMA t A n ANr

'I 1lWJJ.lll. !, Sp Estimated' EJ........
AII..ye Good Used Cars

tL4 .. n. ,b'" fix rut s21 Laura 51. PO. 356.5654
AA :.;ir.,.. of pond.sroo :

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I ( C. 1Tm"L 'DCIT ,-.... ...-. A........ ...Mlp, .. rm C'4'5)' ) 61. 3125Q I
B rot h era


EttluM Erpwps TOT" 'u (I -- A I'C'"W'' 320.594.02 E.tlutld Receipts Electric Motors

r IAUxrrJrneuAalrxrronwAAm' CASH Sold Serviced Repaired

fiNE AND fOREflTURE fUND Generators Staters Armature
0 0 aalso.. P.r Dl... County Con"l..ion.r -OOp AT .LANr Rewinding.sAll9Aes ,
Estlabd. RlCllpII 4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2'28

Q.DO. ,III TAA z'9.52 l9$6325 E.U..," Exp.sett

i1.Q4 Pinal p.vm.nt Dn Courthou.. I 6.91L..4 PIANO

Mv. .n t 6 uw&lln.. Val Authority000 t'a1. "" NC ,
a .,A. OV tI A C I 465.02 IM-COCN1 y H .I..4 S _ CON N and KIMBALL
999 zI! I

TOTAL IUIX.IT (a Am-1 Ae _c ra C'41
B EatltUt14 EipNip

the 0

Q.JW1 EstlaW. Receipts

;2 I 60 Kl1\rn \ "
A A LrI 1

aaagJ 0.4 .... NAr 1 Itdt:4a Roosevelt :\lal1-3118 8SJ9I.LANCES

1 A I A .ANI

.. Eltlut Essnnse LITTLE DUDE

.n.f.r to artdg Pund ]. ; Western Store
rr a.[.e O m.;f :: 1
I T. .r.r to t. Outlay 0 O b .
i TTAL.I IX I Asa A r. crIO 146.4g.i 02 Western Clothing Leather

TOTAL Arr1NNmIATION/ g/N'ds Saddles arid TrallellSCAI'ITAL

OUTlAY FUND (' .. Charles & Sharon Petty
EIIIIIIII4J 1t8ctI- I 802 S. Edewood 38.-1210

A ." I A L1.. Coal' 221. nfl .
al ",. ..._..__..r.W._M a1W/tf..10..rr...d araMor. y
a.aa 1 UCZ. July 26. ae..2l. ,+' .. Furniture I Discount i '
OALANCU II ...""NT "' .w..'" CAW .. .

9 Coq u n ..rve dtlb.:: ; D...A/n.,..Cooot, -:" F' 1trA '
.c.. _.._ '
A I"N A L I .aC / Llvlnll Room Yin
I:f1 ._.... 1 L.
r&iz 0.04 suit .loss _._-----.4. .rrw Dlntng Room. 7

FsN.NM. EI,... Bedroom j


a L w :=.-. < : k 00.0:; 1 1.I'r. "-=, T.?e,::' N8 7ackeonrille.WIIOLESALE Cunll Block Ft.PRICES from 38'.1TU 110' i

Paged Telegraph July 29.1971

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By Evelyn Bradley SAVE I i g r I / mmeXxn prot

Ftioni. 533-2825 '
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Sunday School ':30: Tratn- : .
tHC Union 10:151 Morning Worship 1I -
Bi; Evening Worship 7:301 LL
Prayer. Mating each,, W dne*. RONSTONE DINNERWARE
day 7:30; Choir Practice,8:30. I
Remember our revival beginning k
Sunday. Aug.; L May ire :
extend to you *, 1 peeUl imitation -
t come each night. ;:

Fred Cays and Mrs.Elms -
Rlggs had what we would apw-
call a "friends reunion" on '
Saturday. Those visiting were
Mrs. Jimmy Spurlin and children Wit
from Fltzpatrlck Ala.,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hickey and
children of Mayport Mr. and
Mrs. E.J. Hickey of Palatfca. BEEF
Mrs. Lula Spurlln of Penney 1 PECPj ,

Jacksonville.Farms and Milton On Sunday Hickey afternoon of- PRICES GOOD THURS. JULY 29 THRU WED. AUG. 4 ?raYJ

Rev and Mrs. Luther NII "
McGee of Jacksonville visited OPS.' FRffiftYS l Tll. M''..l Af fA r/P; ; I
the Cays. i iwo
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. F.G. "I'
Comer during the we.kend were FRESH PORK ; Jut r
rum (to is. $5.69))
Mr. and Mrs. James McClellen $2" Shoulder Steak LB.59c lf ., :

and and Mr.children and Mrs.from Leonard Ocala Ground Beef 5 Lee I ',' ;.Ii',

Home and children from Jack- FRESH BOSTON BUTT SUNNYIAND THINSliced ,,1.q 1
lO V1lle. This morning Mrs. .. d ''I::; v
Conner.watched from her dock Pork Roast ... 49C Bacon Ip2 49c -
and saw the Apollo IS astro- 1&1)(1(,
1 '
the moon. I think a lot of Roll Roast LB.99c Smoked Hams. iB.59c ;Ixb9nr;
others were doing the same USDA CHOICE '
thing as so many did not answer f -tn'\\h

Mrs. Rose Sumrall and daughter. 79C Ham ''PK: $119 NEVBRAND
Chuck Steak
Mrs. Helen Scott of Cal- L.. Country ,: ,
spent several days last 1 "tII"
In Cocoa Beach this
Mrs. SumraU's old home town Pork Steaks L : $2" Liver LB49c :11;;: '
and she enjoyed going back and TKO ..,
visiting relatives and friends .
there. STEAK$ '1
Mr., and Mrs. Marklee Starling SWIFT'S HOSTESS ROUND .
were glad to have Mrs.
Starling's niece, Mrs. Susan
Jones days. of Deland visiting a few Canned

Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief
had as guests last week Mr.
and Mrs.Archie Fuller Moid- .
tile Ga. Their guests on Sun- ..rerun.IOU. .I1rOR0U
day were Mr. and Mrs. B.W. S. CHOICE
Davis of Cresent City. LB.La. .
Kenny and Greg Elder, sons SLICED
of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Elderof $4'9CAN
Jacksonville 'are spendingthis
week herewith ttielrgrand- LARGE STACKS
parents Mr. and Mrs. E.O. II sA
Elder. $' Celery . . 2 STALKS49C
Mrs. Richard Macheda and -PI lums 1 . . . 3 tas.
daughter Leah of Jacksonville RED RIPE'
spent Friday with her parents E..CH99c .C. .8 EARS69c
the E.M. Mortons. On Saturdaythe Watermelons . a
Norton visited In Orlando YELLOW BAG ?
with Mr. and Mrs.Enoch Crews BELL PEPPERS OR Onions 3 LBe.39c

and family and Mr. Norton also I Cucumbers . 4 fOR39c .
attended the Knapp Shoe Coun T. O. LEE! ORANGE DRINK OR
cil meeting. FRESH

Mrs. Elma Rlggs was Sunday Green Cabbage 2 HEADS39c Fruit Punch .3 $100

dinner guests of Mr. and,. ,
... i- i
Mrs. C.L. Hlckey.in. PennoK)I. VEGETABLE ..
Farms. ALL .

.and the Nancy's John Rev.weekend Mrs.and and parents BIU Nancy Mrs.In Clark Eau and Bradley Robert Game sister and spent West,Dee.with Mr. Tea SAVE 2lc Limit DIXIE Bags 1 with HOME 57.50 or.man. purchase. .deluding." :PK:::. 78. c C R I IS CO.I s

made a hurried trip to Gainesville SAVE 28c STAR KIST CHUNK ':
Ga. Wednesday night to / 6\12.\ ... $ 00 SAVE
be with Mrs. Welt'I father. Tuna Fish e ear CANS 1 CO 20 :,
W.E.: Martin who was suddenly : : 8
excluding cigarette 7
taken ill and is still In Intensive Limit 3 cant with $7.50 or purchase 48-ox.
care. Mr. and Mrs. HUDSON
Martin are known by many of 2 ROLL BOTTLEApple
Bath Tissue 18C
us as they have visited here e PKO. ;
several times and we wish for
him a speedy recovery. THRIFTY MAID Limit 1 Crisco or Astor Cooking Oil with $7,50 or more

Mrs. Lizzie Bradley had as Sauce 7 't6 ee. $100] purchase excluding cigarettes.
guests during the week her CANS SAVE 20c .ASTOR S

sons.Jack Bradley Jim of Orlandoon Brad- THRIFTY MAID SLICEDPineapple 44
Thursday and 48 01.BOTTLE
ley of Jacksonville oa Sunday. 5 ss $1 100 Cooking Oil 68c
Miss Fatty; Whltehead daughter .
of Cecil and Frances Whitehead SPARKY ,
returned home Saturday
after being confined In Baptist Charcoal 20 BAG 88 Quantity
Hospital In Jacksonville following Rlghts--
surgery on Wednesday. THRIFTY MAID
John David Nail of Jacksonville 20.... $100 Reserved
spent the weekend herewith Catsup 4 BOTTLES I s WINN DIXIE STORES. INC
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. . COPYRIGHT 1971
Tom Nail. Miss Wendy Floyd, THRIFTY. MAID CUT'SWEETPotatoes
albs of Jacksonville Is spending 29.... '
this week with the Nails. 4 CANS $1 SAVE 38c ESKIMO ,
Mike. Melanie and Tlsa Waters -
of Jacksonville spent the THRIFTY MAIDPineapple 12 00
weekend here with Metafile's 1ASTOR I 12... 10 Choc. Fudge 2 PACK $1
parents Leslie and Evelyn Juice CANe . .
While here they also
visited Mike's ,
Mrs. J.L. Waters parents In Lawtey. Fruit Cocktail CAN. 10
Mrs. Bessie Allen has been . Frosty Shakes 2 PK s: $1,

confined to Bradford County. THRIFTY MAIDCorn .
Hospital the past two weeks.
She Is Improving and hopesto
be released this week. e. CAN IU
Have heard reports from Iota ROYAL Shortcake stE I 99C
of about how, much fun 3.ai.PKO.. . .
It ito go tubing*down the Gelatins I 10C
Itchtucknee River. -
Ebllngs daughters,San- THRIFTY MAIDFruit .
dra and Susan decided to try Drinks 4 44... $]100 Lemonade 8 CANS 99c'
It Sunday. They along with CANS . .
Mrs. Avanell Johnson and son
and Steve and Nancy Michael- -----------1- - - ,- -- - - -- - ,---------------------1 I

Is Ktgdon of Jacksonville and W.O. and Ebllng Maureen, took 1 EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA ; EXTRA :

a picnic lunch and enjoyed ii"TRA

tile day.OpBlap. extended to Mrs. I I I S&H GREEN I I S&H GREEN I I S&H GREEN I I S&H GREEN. 1

Harris In the death of their
mother. Mrs. Charity. Cllsson. COUPON:= O I COUPON a PUSCNA/I 0 1 I COUPON O PU/CMAI 01 COUPaN O IuKNASI co COVIYM I IUKNASf'of-. I 1

unable For various to contact reason each one I am In 'tJxV m.... 1 1 13-ai. I I I 80 CT 9 01. I 2 IBS I 1 U 00 OR MOREeII.NAnON "

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C.MO/N f.H00N
If yon have any news will you' tI/AMI'. I NfAMP'. QUO BOMB I I.IAMVN I rAM1 w -' t
me I
please any I I I. ; '
No. 3 No.1 ..
No. 1 No.2 S
the week or weekend? I ... ,
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SYMPHONY Draft Board! Registration) And Classification Continue

Best current Congressional/ fill draft c.Us. Since then,. the not their local
Offer keeping board
Florida Laws To The Hounds Impasse the Induction askedSelective
Hunting over extending/ Defense Department has Informed of their current address '
authority; of the Selective Service to draft 1800ft ,-
Service System has created men In July-August." This or by falling to report;
'. great uncertainly among/ area request 1* being held by Selective If ordered, for their prelnduc-

with 'hound !. that Florida offer the hunter hunter could shoot raccoon at Management Area In Hernando the use of dog will be rl- draft-age me according to Service Headquarters Oons physical examinations."
Hunttiw Mrs. Selective
a Rhonda Dumpier pending final Congressional action Mrs.: Dampier also stressed
less restriction night northwest Florida
his hound except
southern tradition, and folk and where the current regulation County.; The CommUainn retently bided In specified area*. Service System Executive on the draft bill which 1* that Local Boards are continuing
not accustomed to'the sport and the mot aeneroua..aooa. baG been 'In fleet since established provUlons A new regulation for the 1971- Secretary who manage Local expected within several weeks. to consider C.O., bard-
of hunting deer-with dogs can- bog limit and recreational 1965. for a series of managed foxhunts 72 season provide that unleashed Board No. 18, Starke. "Those young men with relatively ship and student der.rm.ataand
not always (kill/appreciate the venture to be found In the In a portion of this central deer dog will be prohibited "Selective Service Director low lottery numbers to take other classification
sentiments of a hunter for his southeast" Florida area. In Collier" and Monroe Curtis Tarr hs stressed the who are elidble for Inductionthis actions. "Young men who
hound*. In Florida there U no closed Even with maximum bunting Counties and In a portion of Importance explaining to our year, particularly those had planned to submit request
According totnli..Ceme. ant hunting season on rabbit raccoon opportunity; some dog owner According to Dr. O.E. Frye, Dade County during the periodof draft-age men the high probability with numbers below 175--the for deferments or' exemption:
Fresh Water Fish Commission,. bobcat; oposeom or fox are finding. that the rosy picture Commission director the sport November 29 through December that draft calls will resume current processing ceiling- are encouraged to do so,"Mrs.
the hunter who enjoys Hie found and hunter' may use their may have thorns and are of hunting 12. In addition, all hunt- In the near future and that have a very good chance of Dampier said.
require consideration
of hound music can find maxi hound In pursuit of these animal reporting Increasing difficulty of all ,. and Inx does will be orahlblted In the current Impasse In Congress being processed for Induction "The expiration of the Induction -
sportsmen while
mum opportunities for early throughout the year. In finding adequate land area the use of hound 1 both timehonored the Ocala Wildlife Management I* not likely to affect after the draft calls are restored authority does not affect
morning evening and midnight Additional opportunities for on which to"run their bounds. and recognized* a form Area during this; time. any registrant' chance of being ," Mrs. Dampier said. our responsibility to classify .
symphonies irk the Sunshine hunter to enjoy) and train their To aid this hunter the Commission of hunting there 1* a Frye summed up the situation drafted," Mr*. Dampier Mid. "Many 'oungmen.."said Mr*. young men." Mrs. Dampler
State. hound was made possible when bal again pitched In number of hunter that growing' by saying. "The sound of "Our Local Board has been Dampier, "seem to thing that ,added. '
A.review of hunting regulations the Commission established a with help by approving bound to hunt without the aid prefer of the bound will bring Joy to the specifically Instructed to continue the Selective Service Act baa Mr*. Dampier may be con
In other states Indicate statewide training/ season for dog event within some of the hounds, and pursue their hearts of some hunter, but to register and classifymen permanently expired and that tacted at 444 G. W, Madison St., ,
free running deer hound.* wildlife. management area*. by stalking or' hunting.game to other the sound will be that ,. and to order for prelnductlon they probably will never be the office of Local Board No. f
To prepare for the 1971-72 Such...* are normally closed To recognize these hunters of barking dog*. The Commission physical examinationsthose drafted. Some of them also think 18 In Starke. The new schedule I
hunting season hunter may to dog except during the open the Commission has established 1 II somewhere In the middle young men who may be that the entire system has of office hours Is as follows I
hunting Mason,. and the approved needed to fill draft stopped.J They are sinceIt I'
train their deer hound for a certain areas where still hunting and will continue to explore calls In wrong :
WATCH FOR three week period itartlng Oct- events are usually sanctioned Is the rule and the use of every avenue and make the coming months" Mrs. Da Is only the Induction authority Tuesday and Wednesdays I.
ober 9 and continuing through night hunt or field trips. dogs I Ie prohibited. In addition,. every effort to provide a high mpler ald. ; that has expired. They 8:30: a.m. to 12:30: and from '
October :31, except In northwest The latest opportunity; for there will be certain periods quality hunting/ opportunity for Men with lottery number therefore, may be unintentionally 1 to 5 p.m. t
SWARMINGTERMITES hunter' and hound may be through 125 breaking the law fallIng Thursday half a day r
Florida where the training period during the hunting when all .sportsmen. were eligible for by I
1* from October 16 through found In the, Croom Wildlife / season Induction In June in order to to register at age 18, by 8:30: ajn. to 12:30: (noon). i

November 7. Last year the ... ,
-WOM""""' -.ooM<"''WW< """-'M''
training period was two weeksIn
duration.An .
additional expansion of
hunting privilege for owners
of tree hound was made possible F
when the Commission recently O
established legal O
methods for hunting racoons r IFROM OR THESE ITEMS

and opossom at night. J
Racoon hunter may now ob- 4' Plastic Boats 20"
tain a permit to use .22 calibre Eagle Fans
pistol or single shot rifle for
taking/ raccoons and opossum 3 Speed
at night" Previously there was
OR ETTIR "STILL no legal method by which a 5' Plastic Boats

LIT 3; y
1.51AG1. 1'9$
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The Ssaeeleaf Slrmicbtrrltt ThU Side Naves

JV Griddcrs

Asked To Bring

Garden Restaurant Birth Certificates

MI boys expecting to play
. l\ football are asked bj Coach
David llurse to bring their birth
Named Host Team certificates by the field house
within the next few d ! will ensure that all of
the boys will be eligible to
\ play when the first game rolls
around. If the boys wait until
the first of school to turn In

i Of State Tourney # is their a possibility birth certificates that they, would there

A4L not be eligible to play in the
s first couple games, llurse said.
Coach lIurse also said that
A passers and receivers are still
Garden Restaurant Softball has collected 48 hits in 116 tics at BUS. Akridge can play, -l reporting for pre-season prac-
team has been named as the at bats, has 34 runs batted In, and on occasions, tice and that the team is havinga
every position -
host team of the 1971 State Slow and has hit 8 home runs. Stan's on the field, and has good turn out.
Pitch Softball Tournament set best tournament was the done a creditable job where- Official varsity football prac-
here In August. Gainesville Invitational when he ever he has been needed. Em- tice will begin August 1C and
The tournament is composedof earned a batting average of mett's average for the IV practice will begin a week
six of the best teams In 643. In five tournaments he Is .358 with 24 hits In year 67 1 tC later, August 23.
the state vying for the rightto has posted better than a .500 trips to the plate, has 13 RBI's,
advance to the U.S. Regional average. and 2 home runs. Emmett bat- s,
Tournament. The state tour- SHORTSTOP-
Woody Strick-
ted over .500 In three tourneys 1 CORKKCTIO.N'ITie
nament will be conducted by land, a native of Kingsley Lake, and batted .750 In the
Telegraph In
the Starke Parks and Recrea- was error
now coaching at Orange Park
Seafoods Invitational
last week when It
stated that
tion Department and .played at is the key to the Garden In- at Merritt Island.
Jerry Lee was out bondat
Westslde Park. Friday and field defensively and the lead- on
the time, July 10, when
Saturday, August 1314.In off man on offense. Woody Is FIELD a
the next three Issues of a team leader and loves the .e. ., fight occured between him
and one Perry Knight.
The Telegraph, will acquaint game of Softball and will always -,.
readers with the Garden players give 110 per cent. .? Lee was charged with aggravated -
and their accomplishmentsIn BHS REGISTRATION ., .., i"0., assault upon three negro -
tournament and exhibition As leadoff man for the Garden's ., ... ,....... .. /\0.\. : .. males Friday', July 9. War-
offensive attack Woody "" '-'; \ '.' rants for his
'I iii arrest not
play this year. Garden does not does the job of getting on and The following 55 juniors at .. ..or.,.,..... ",-""." r,. .. .1. Issued, however, until were 12
".11' r July
participate in a league, but Bradford High School, did ..' ... 'J." ... ,
"' "I .;\ ,
once he gets on the base with f( 'j ,: '. ,l. and not served until July 13.
travels extensively to competeIn not register for fall classes .., ', ;.'<... .;. .
his speed, chances are good he : : ( ,, (, It at this
'f"" was time that Lee
invitational tournaments and during regular registration are '-it'f1' "d'i.J.1,, .'' .. ,f.: 'Ot... __.. .. 11' '.. .
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will Woody, at 28, Is 'ltA bond
exhibition games. In his score.10th with the Garden requested to report for sche- :. .} : \ .,j.,___ __ .t..1ttr'".w..ih". .. .J- ... on the first aggravated -
In this article the Garden year duling during the week of Aug charge according -
and Is having a very fine to the Bradford Count
Infield Is featured: year. Woody is carrying an ust 2-6 Charles, according Francis.to Principal Members of the state-wide winning 1971 Garden Restaurant Softball Team are front row !Sheriffs Office.IVople -
FIRST BASERick Turner, average of .553, having col- Q-4)) bat boy Mike Kitchens George Barnes, Ronnie Thomas, Emmett Akrldge tommy
6'3", 190 Ibs.. Is a native of lected 156 hits In 282 timesat Clark Stan Cotney, and Marcus Rhoden. Top row ((1-r) Mgr. Jack Hazen Rick Turner, bus e e
Cedar Key, where he was an bat. Woody leads the team Roy Adkins. driver Townsond Strickland, Tommy Malloy, Larry Mingle, Lynwood Kitchens, Woody Strick- who |Iii,. In Riant;
All-American high school bas- in base hits and his total of Cathy Baker, Lavon Bass land. Dwight Elder, statistician Andy Strickland, James Garllngton and John Watson. houses ftlHiulcl. hiiiM. )
ketball star. This Is Rick'sfirst Eloise Birdyshaw Joyce Hoi- tirll back:
126 runs Is also a team high.
year of playing slow pitch Woody has been credited with ton, Leretha Bradley, Marcella front Ihr, /Coif\ C""lr-
Softball and he Is enjoying a Buckhalter.
50 RBI'S
and has three Inside
very fine year. In 232 timesat the park homers.Mr. Ramon Cuesta URIC Cor- .... --- --.. --.. --.. .....- -_ _ta, ..It.r..rr
bat Rick has collected 120 bitt, Robert Crawford, Stanley
Shortstop has batted over
base hits for an average of .500 In 9 of 12 tournaments, Crawford, Leslie Crews Ben-
.517. Rick has driven In 81 jamin Cruger. r o oe
batted over .600 In four tour-
runs and hit 18 homeruns. Rick George Davis Cynthia Duck.
The 7th Annual Starke
had some exceptional tourna- neys. Bryan Flowers KImberly :
Invitational saw his best Dinette
ments, batting over .600 In formance, going 15 for 21 per-fora Forsyth. e Price-Break !
four tourneys and pver .500 .714 average. He was chosen Jeffery Gamble, Randall Gas-
In Rick's finest tour-
seven. the Most Valuable Player kins Dwight Clyde Green.
ney was the Starke-Prs-Sssssr.:: in the Peach State Invitational William. E.Harper, Betty Jane
when he went 16 for 23 with
Augusta, Georgia. Woodys goal Harris, Perry Gregory'lf t1ey.
11 RBI's and an average of Is to catch Malloy In the home- Carl Jackson Shirley Am

.696.SECOND BASETommy Mal- run department. Jones. LUXURIOUS DINETTES, FOR JUST $89.95..7 PC. GROUPS!
Tommy King, Diane Kite,
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Wayne A. Lambas, Rose Ma-
Starke who starred In athle-
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rie Latham Lefevers
Tommy ,
Chelfland. Malloy handles Mary Kathryn Lewis, Jane Eli- t
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one and he has had one of Boy 5Drmvns .
his best years at the plate ,
Leona Daniel
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this season his 10th with the McKinney Catherine La- DINETTES 0-,
Garden. Tommy's average/ for ..
verne Moxley.
the year Is .435: with 82: hits I I :
Willie New-
Jerry Newman.
In 193 appearances at the plate A. t
man, Robert Norman James I
and In 40
driving runs. Allen W. Patterson, :5-year- Nugent. !k \ /
has batted .500 f
Tommy over old son of Mr. and Mrs. Elton Robin Parrish Tommy Pitt- .
In five with the Gainesville
tourneys A. Patterson of Jackson- man. t tr
Invitational his best per- ville, drowned Wednesday morning Sarah Reagan Jimmy Ricks, -
formance going 9 for 14 and
a about 10:30: while playingin Margaret RIsby, Kendall A. I
healthy .643, \average. Tommyis the water at New Klngsley Rosier, William T. Rosier,
not a long ball hitter but Beach. Nevetha Ross, Debbie Rowe. t
last week socked his first one The child was with a family William Earl Sheering, Mar- [ 4\\ .2
over THIRD tho fence--look BASEStan out.Cotney, group that included his mother garet D. Smith, Mary Smith I ..
and several children, and apparently Loretta Jean Starling, Mike t
a native of Alabama, who now strayed from the Starling, Steve Starling, Rhon-
resides In Orange Park, now others unnoticed. lie was found da Stokes Kathy D. Swafford. -
holds down the coffin corner floating in the water face down. Jack Waterhouse. William A. \ 1
spot and does a fine job de- The boy was given mouth to Welsner.. Sharon Kay White 4 0 t
fensively. While Stan Is carry- mouth resuscitation, but failedto Emily Gay Williams James ;
ing only a .414 average, he tt
revive and was pronounceddead Williams Merry Louise Williams
has been known to come through on arrival at Bradford ( Ronald Lewis Wood,Uly
with worn key base hits. Stan County Hospital.t sses Woods.There's t

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.. ... July 21, 1971
The aft oldest churches fat floss that have been a strong school bus barn .U now located blocks manufactured here by
Stark were given, credit for Influence on the growth' andUbelqr near the Intersection of Pal- C.L. Peek Son. This buildIng Dew EdltonRecently
an Important part.In the early of die city, Mr.Thomas metto and Railroad Street. It was used until raxed to make an event of worldwide \
development of die community mentioned; was moved to the present site room for the present modem itadflcanee: took nlaceand
by Aj. Thomas Sr. In a-re -The First United Methodist of the Church (comer of Jef- sanctuary. During all of these the Wears' respmcitolhesignmanes
cent talk before the Bradford Church whose- first btdld- fence and Walnut. early In years, this church has occupied ; of (this event empbasl*
County Historical Society.In ; tng was a frame structure which the century and was later veneered a vital part In the developmentof ; % led the Wears contamination
Ms review of organisa once stood about where the with 'decorated concrete Starke In spiritual and community with the disease of the new
matters. atheism, On Nov. T, 1967 Mos
-First Baptist Church of cow celebrated the fiftieth anniversary
EDITORIAL Starke was housed In frame of the rise of Red
building on the same location Atheism to tyrannical power
where the present red brick I Ii.M over pnhappy, HorjrRussla' ,
I church now' stands. There were There was nothing golden ..boutIhII
several additions to the original Y anniversary for the people
Greenbelt Abuses CurbedAbuses small structure, until the A of Rossis, for the people of
new sanctuary and educational Christian Eastern Europe for
building were built In the early1950's. r the people of the rest of the
of the so-called "Greenbelt commercially valueless scrub oak and
This church also playedan world How did the'West respond -
Law" may soon be a thing of the pastIn cabbage palms. Important part In the earl:' to this fifty yew celebration -
view of a recent ruling by the development of the community of triumphant tryanny?

Florida Supreme Court saying. In effect The Supreme Court's action shouldbe -The First Presbyterta! Speeches, tributes, cablegrams

the >C owner of undeveloped a boon to tax assessors throughoutthe Church stood where It Is today pound Into Moscow extending
State In their efforts to stopabuses on property donated by tfv glowing congratulations to that
property can no longer escape payinga
Truby family. Its membershi. head fair tax on,Ms holdings simply by under the greenbelt law. Such abuses Included many\ leaders of th< for having successfully created
putting a few i cows out to graze on have brought forth a great hue and City' and County' during all these Boat' t concentration camp of many
It and claiming an agricultural exemp cry from other taxpayers In recent years, and the congregation now Early 'Speed countries tar one billion souls.

years who were Incensed at the unfair plans to construe:; a new sanctuary Why were there no statesmen
tion.This greenbelt exemptions. on property across from Kingsley Lake has been a popular summer resort of the free world who dared to

has been done In many urban the-.St.Bradford, Mark's County Episcopal Hospital. for Starke residents since Col. Comer L. Peek startedthe tell their cost subjects In millions of the of bodies tremendous -

areas by, speculative land developers, No one will quarrel with the prac- Church occupied Its present development of "Peek's Subdivision" around the turn minds, souls who were and

who bought up large tracts, waiting tice of giving tax benefits to bona Church In 1902, with the building of the century. This was a tranquil scene of that period still being tortured degraded
for an opportune time to sell at a fide farming operations for It Is necessary being moved here Intact In and murdered so that the revolution -
with three unidentified sightseers out for a spin a
from Fairbanks. It has numbered -
continue to advance
huge profit In the meanwhile paying, to protect farmlands In essentially may -
In Its congregation some sporty "motor launch" with Model T type top. Note ? Why has the Christian
virtually ,.no taxes because of a fake urban areas, where high taxes of the oldest and most prominent consciousness lost Its Christ-
farming operation., might make a legitimate farming operatIon families In community, the traditional style bath houses which are still usedon like compassion and sensibility

-'- prohibitive. But on the other whose Influence has been felt the lake today. at the afflictions unjustly

The Supreme Court's action came hand It goes against the grain to see through the years. Imposed upon millions? Can it

In the form ;of reversing a district land speculators get by without paying, --The First Christian Church ------ --- - -- --------- be that Christians of the West
court decision overturning the Volusla their fair share of taxes under guiseof East occupied Call Street frame property building where the 1 I have become cold to their suffering -
WHY NOT j brethern behind Iron and
County; tax. assessor's denial of a phony farming operations. Its present. sanctuary stands. I I II I Bamboo curtains because they
greenbelt\ assessment to 3,000 acres Among Its founders were the have become cold to Christ?
of a 3,300 acre tract. The assessor The recent Supreme Court decision Young brothers, well known I A Senior Citizen's Plate? |I Moral Indifference: U. the disease -

had claimed that less than one per should go far In eliminating this un- educ.torJ who established the of the diluted Christian.It .,
Orange College (or OrangeAcademy By Russell Kay more. We find that no matter are lucky. has been observed through
cent of the tract In question was In fairness. It should be welcomed by ;you
) In the early 1800'sIn Now that I flaw reached the how hungry we think we are, The other day Mama and I out the ages that man's heartlessness -
planted pines,' while the rest was In tax assessors and taxpayers alike connection: with the Christian age of what modern youth terms we can .seldom eat half of what went to a good restaurant and toward his fellow man

Church. The college was "The Geritol Set'* I find I Is served to us. Most restaurants ordered chicken dieter We Increase. In proportion to his
chartered by the Florida Legislature can't eat as much as I did amy serve generous portions each were served a half unconcern about Cod. Therefore -
. A Good SuggestionJacksonville on Feb. 27,1883 and younger days. and we sit there and chicken along with a huge stack where one would find a
the church received Its charter -' There was a time when I watch the waiter carry off half of french fries, two vegetables, militant hatred of God. one
Williams the same year. could eat a big bowl of oatmeal or more of our expensive meal a large bowl of salad and a tasty should expect to find an aggressive -
Councilman Walter "At the same time, Jacksonville --The Masonic Lodge, or a couple of eggs and simply because we don't have dessert. malevolence against
has made a thought-provoking has much to offer the citizens of the Bradford Lodge No. 35. R. t several stripe of bacon. topped room for It. man. History has proven this

suggestion In recommending a "sum other six counties because of econo- A.M., which was In existence off with a Danish roll and at The memu Informs us that If I got away with one drumstick to be frightfully true. In the
mit meeting" of government officials mic and social advantages that can In 1902 and many years before least two cup* of coffee for desired you can order a"child's a couple of spoons full of case of atheistic communism
Northeast Florida that, and .Is still In operation, breakfast. I didn't even consider plate" If vegetables, a half dozen french whose hatred of Cod is well
In a seven-county exist only In places of great population ahM you are a child or are
supporting principals the half grapefruit to fries and simply glared at the nigh pathological, we discover
Including Duval Nassau St.Johns concentration. Our growing sta- sponsoring one nut we are
area speech, free press, and free start with that was routine. grownups. Since we are in the dessert. The walter carried off accompanying its malice,a vlr-
Baker, Bradford, Clay,and Union Counties ture as a medical and highereducational schools. Many of our outstanding In addition to a sizeable lunchat age bracket known as "our most of the food and brought us turally( satanic ferocity;: against
and transportation center benefits leaders have been members noon I could put away a big second childhood" It occurredto a sizeable check. We had a man. Karl Marx's contempt for
the entire area. So do our cul- of this order. Just prior to 1902 steak, a stack of french fries, me that restaurants could sickening feeling as we watched religion was Incarnated Into a

The area" suggested by Councilman tural facilities. Thus, the residents the the Masonic site when hall then the situatedon Florida along with soup, salad and aIllnel'OUl stimulate patronage from senior the surplus food being carriedout delirium of violent sadism by
serving of dessert. citizens If t they would offera as we thought of the millions Lenin Stalin and their modem
Williams has total population of of the counties
a outlying adjacent Bank stands burned
now was Now a bit of fruit a slab "senior citizen's plate." The who would go to bed hungry successors. '
to the 1970 census should be Interested In the and the lodge rented various
644,256, according growthof throughout the world.
does all
of toast and a cup of coffee same delicious food but a much "Let us do good unto men
and there are many common Interests Jacksonville. other meeting places until the me fine for breakfast. A ham smaller portion and at a lower especially unto them who are of
that could rbe promoted with better present home was erected the sandwich or doughnuts with coffee price. t am eagerly awaiting the day the household of faith." (Gala-
communications between the group. "The political Influence that could corner of Call and Orange Is sufficient for lunch. For Since most oldsters have when some enterprising first- tJans 6:10): ) Behind the walls of

be wielded. In Tallahassee and ,Washington -The Florida, -National supper, a piece of chicken.m.1Uct limited incomes as much as class restaurant will offer a the Iron Curtain our Christian
0 poatoeaandgravy with they'might like to'dine out "Senior Citizen's Plate" as brethern'are suffering unbelieveabte -
As pointed 1 out by the Jacksonville unified efforts of the Guard unit which served In deSpanishAmerican they'feel
through well Child's Plate1. I
.maybe ,a dab *
Journal: "Many' the residents In citizens ,of these six .;.counties! could' Wan: had a peas or some other vegeatbleon- with meals Id good restaurants honestly believe It would attract tyrdom; and the free church
the surrounding counties work Jack-*'be tremendous. The first step toward Jf armory the second: floor of t16'side will leave me as stuffedas running from $2 to $5 a serving many new and regular sleeps. What kind of a religious -
sonvllle or do a goodly portion of exploiting that potential Influence the building now"occupied byStump's a boiled owl and ready form Top this with a cocktail customers and prove both popular service Is It that does
their shopping here. Jacksonville owesa Is to establish) some sort of Store, from about 1902 after-dinner Turns. before dinner and a reasonable and profitable In the long not Include In It prayers and
until the brick armory was built In view of the situation the tip and they are sunk.\ If you sermons for their Christian
great economic debt to the citizensof regular, formal process by which the near the school on Temple A- I run.I
wife and seldom eat out any- get any change from a $10 bill brothers and sisters suffering -
the surrounding' areas, and It citizens of the entire area could share venue. It now occupies the fine am not quarreling about the under brutal I Communism?
should be obvious that the economic their views and detect their joint In- new armory on Edwards Loop quality of the food or the price If the clergy really loves the
Road said to be one of the bestIn but only the amount.My .
betterment,.of the six counties surrounding terests. Communists why don't they
the state. For a few brief plead to their congregation on
the :consolidated city Is
the organization was Inactive -
something1.that Jacksonville citizens, It Is an exciting and challenging years, during World War L, f..1 Sunday of to the pray Communists for the conversion to God-

and therefore Jacksonville officials suggestion. Now to get It Implemented but was soon reactivated and has Neighbors and an eternity happiness with
should be Interested In. been a live, energetic, and well our Creator?
-- commanded military organzation !-, a-:: =- I would like touse here the
ever since, rendering words of Vincent P. MlcelL S.J.
. Five Years Of Delay outstanding service In World FARM BUREAU taking place regarding the new -=-0' "The power Communism will

.,. War U. In the Southwest Pad- WELL ATTENDEDOver sleeping sickness disease of ..;,-. -.. have to bedestroyedessentlally
l\ / J It En- ,..--<;.. .
fic. Today plays an Importantpart horses. Venezuela Equine ..
100 Bradford : by the of Cod. But man
County ,
Five years ago a man walking his overruled Speck's death sentence, but In the community and ; cephalomyelltis (V.E.E.has "" power
In Its the Farm Bureau families en- ..".-.'..... : who cannot live without God.
dog at 6 ajn. on a Chicago street not his conviction. .opinion through Its payroll contributes covered dish caused Int of trouble In Texas will have to return to God and
Joyed a supperat
Court said that Illinois courts toward the local surrounding area..It Is
heard a woman's screams. Supreme greatly econo their Quarterly Meeting In and rededicate himself to the will
t, '' must consider the sentence In the my. Lawtey last Saturday night. A different from Eastern and of God. Thus man will only

The voice was that of Corazon light of previous Supreme Court rulings -The Starke school was main course of chicken and Western strains of the disease been ....:I.;. 9 liberate himself from the slavery
Amurao, Filipino nurse, who had one of which held that potential functioning In 1902 and has continued rice was expertly prepared by that we have had and have Eastern of Communist humanismby
The .
In vaccinating for. ?
leading part
play a -
Don Hale and committee. : living In communion with
:escaped death In one of Jurors not automatically be disqualified
miraculously may vaccines will not
the community.' Drifting down A representative of the and Western God. For God who created man
the most?sensational "crimes of the because they have scruples to one of Its smallest graduating Florida Farm Bureau gave an control V.E.E. ., without his consent will not

century.Eight young women-- against capital punishment. classes in 1915:, when :your* excellent talk and demonstration At present there .Is no com- -- save him without his cooperation -
six American student nurses and two speaker was the lone graduateof on farm and home fire mercially available vaccine. If -- t,; not even from that ultimate -

registered Filipino nurses-- had been The case will now be returned to the Senior Class,It has grown safety, noting different classes we have an outbreak, our Department spiritual evil, the Cancer
methodically strangled and stabbed to the Illinois Supreme Court, which may classes steadily: until Its graduating well over of fires and discussing the of Agriculture will MI wonder you shouldn't of Communism."
now average kinds of Ore extinguishers! necessary vaccine from the Agricultural lop payment on the check Sincerely
death In a' South Side townhouse. Miss reconsider Its earlier decision, or remand 200. Its graduates have Included to control them. request Research Service. for this cralM. Paul I. Meng

Amurao escaped. the same fate by hiding the case to the circuit court.Speck' generals doctors, Judges, and Fire hazards around the home Hampton, Fla.
under a bed. state and national leaders. and farm are like holes In the If have horses, the belt
The Board of County Commissioners -' "Uh.uuuu.uo. __0..__ ______u
:"' :- roof that are forgotten until It thing to do Is. to keep youreyI'
Richard however believes has been a loyal rains. Moat people never think and ears open for a possible -
29 .
Franklin Speck now was attorney, well-governed board since I about
arrested three days after the massacre, that the U.S. Supreme Court has, In first became familiar with It what they correcting would the do hazard In case or of cause of action If we have Small Counties

and nine months later was found guiltyof effect vacated the death penalty. He In 1902 and, along with the other fire until It Is too late. Everyone an outbreak. If we have to

the murders. On January 31, 1967 thinks that Speck now Is probably elected county'officials,brought should become familiar with vaccinate the information our horses to I will In get the Should Ask FairRepresentation
the county out of the dirt road' the three classes of Ores have you
he was sentenced to death In the electric liable to sentencing In Illinois to life era to a fine system of paved papers or by radio and newsletter -
the necessary equipment to extinguish -
In for each of the murders.
chair. prison .
and graded highways, second to a fire, and know how
none In Florida The Commission to use the equipment: In case of
Five years* later he Is still alive, The fact remains that five years has provided for clinical fire. are a-
and a decision on whether the former after his conviction this mass mur- treatment of those needing Our tobacco growers with their
bout half through
these services provided for Foreseeing reapportionment venue they will receive from
drifter and merchant mariner will ever derer has still failed to pay the pen- an outstanding general hospital Some developments are harvest Generally, the crop of the State Legislature In 1972, the kucreasedcigaretaandgas-
be executed. could take at least another alty for his horrendous crime. Are agricultural Instructional faculties looks good and most growers State Representative Gene Shaw oline taxes, the speaker said.
year. .....' delays such as this paving the way with a modem building have had few problems curing suggested to the Starke RotarY

r# '. for another "crime of the century"In and has cooperated with other nut Street (present Woman's a good quality' leaf. They will Club that residents of 4mall Shaw said he was proud of
sell their tobacco when
start to
Last June 28 the U.S. Supreme Court the future? agencies to produce one of the Club site) to the present school 3. counties --should start the edUcaUonall'ltemofBnd-
the markets August
finest sites In the state for an complex occupying some 60 open on now with a campaign to Impress ford County, particularly when
This selling date Is about two
agricultural fair. It has recently urban senators and representatives -
N. Temple with
acres or more along and Is compered that of counties
weeks later than usual
moved from the old with the need for
Avenue, Washington and of similar size He praised
.. courthouse, erected In 1901, to Orange streets Including expansion satisfactory to most growers continued fair representation Superintendent Tom Casey and
tobacco Is about 10
a modern building In N. Temple to meet the needs of of rural areas. members of the School Board
Avenue. Your speaker had changing times. We believe that days Growers late In should maturing be making this year.arrangements Shaw said the last legislative for their efforts, and said .they.
IJ the honor of serving the county the administration of the educational to sell their tobacco session convinced him that did an outstanding Job of obtaining -
for 20 :years as County Clerk affairs of the county because of the limited number a unlcameral legislature wouldbe all the state and federal -
..:::---:::: 1933-53 and as State Log S. Is In good hands and that they of "sale" hours scheduled. undesirable In Florida. "We funds to which the county
lator In 1 1927-28. will continue to meet the Issuesas need the difference In philosophies .Is entitled.Dmimrfc. -
._.=. City of Starke of the two houses as a
The Bradford ;$;- muni they occur.
ciymlThe since Its Incorporation -Among the other organizations Now .Is a good time to nt system of checks and balances -
TELEGRAPH In the 18708 to the contributing worthwhile foil samples for strawberries ," he said. Heads
u IiIi present time, has been one of services to the County and City' fall and winter vegetables, and Shaw briefly reviewed the
LIt I PBTABLWlI D 1t17ff He who now bountifully the outstanding small municipalities during the years covered by .. ., especially If pasture most Important legislation SFJC Board
: will aim reap .......111.11'.11 .- In the State. Growing these remarks are: The to plant clover In your passed at the last session and
I (. Cur 9:1)., from avery crude light ...ana' Starke Roar Club with Its A IOU test ls. the best way to pointed out mat the race track OfTrusttes.
.. water plant In 1902. no paved programs of Above determine acidity (pH) of yoursoil funds to each county were frozen -
Wo haw born Riven an Inner .treeta.. and one town marshall Self." the Starke Lions Club and the availability' of most at *44 ,5O0 and will not S.G. Denmark of Starke has
q LORI SSs IMiwvr of thought that can In the day time and one with It* programs' In behalf of the major and minor plant Increase annually In the future been elected chairman of the
lih-rally Iraimfarm wir life. night marshall. the city has of the blind the Starke Wo- nutrients. With the soil sat as they have done In the past. Santa Fe Junior College Boardof
d':. S O N Hut thought must tIC rnnccnIraUil met the changing needs of the man's Club The American ..- report we can tell whether He repeated Ms support of Trustees. for. .the 1971-73
In INI ffi-ellvr.. Hy eon- community In providing' utility doDo with its programs" ft Americansrn or not you need to apply dolomite the corporate>> income tax which school :year
.. cunlrallnK wholly" ism KHH|. wv services and street facilities the U.D.C./Ju or high-calcium lime, and will be on the ballot for approval
flml KINM, whvruwr Wet .look.Thouxhlx and law enforcement, for Woman's Club and others we can also suggest the kind or disapproval of Florida Denmark began service with
.;:!i.. 1rA>nlans, Itrleer --1 r. .anil nUllu.l. -n. ntfNIMWNM sancta .s during all thVyeeS too numerous1 to mention Each and amount of fertilizer :you voters In the November the college when. Santa Fe
,1 ilea lkntelnee. eMeasi r flaunt and |iroNirrity| |p TMHU, oc J1'OWdJ. .has contributed Its special part need to apply-to' your crop election. Shaw said he thought opened In 1964 as. member of

.U.NIFP-r. 8& 1M the ... MIuas, lflMles <>nUyonrciilraUiitf' IM.1d posture dtnhadas'r.. --The Board of Public instruction In making Oils a better com If you WOUld like to test your corporation the tax was doesn't fair since make"If It, ItdoItlD't a the later Advisory became Committee Board of;,,whlch Trusreappointed -
to live and
'J. ___ Ala" .... ... f\II /f'.''___,IlL .... ales I rash Nisi OMJLra11 .,n- h.rnw,nifHM. way, of do.! meat significant of the part County In the develop them for their In services commending to come by your County; Agent"s Bradford County and Its municipalities Governor Aakew'II" farm oven

Isea I,.., last In* IMitKM will bl|> UK And lie high school from ,the moving twostory the community; state, and na- Office In Starke. Remember, will benefit from the board will expire May sly.
more Joy In living. frame building on Wal- dcm a IOU teat doesn't cost-it pays. the larger amount of tax re- 1175.

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-- Legs - r r. HAMPTONBy 1, Community News"

The Circuit! ..Court, Eighth Karen Supsky
'. Judicial Circuit, of Florida In Judicial Circuit ofu'IoHdQIn Hampton. _
And For Bradford County has been filed against you
CIVIL ACTION and For Bradford County Elisabeth Ann Doughman and CITY HALL HAPPENINGS: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hicks Hr Slizab th Givens Walker
\ Willie Mae Hayes Plaintiff Edward CIVIL ACTION George R. Lane and you are Friday July 23, ended a pro- and family have just returned
-vs- William Mickey Hayes.. Janet Malvin Powell and required to serve a copy of gram at Hampton City Hall. from a two-week camping trip The Summer enrichment pro-
Defendant Petitioners Powell his wife your written defenses if any The program which began three In Highland N.C. The Hicks gram In Bradford County will Greater Allen chapel Church CLUB MEETING*
NOTICE OF SUIT NO PRO- to it, on the Plaintiffs' attor- weeks ago was sponsored by picked up their daughter Dabble close Friday July 30. Students C.E. Jenkins Sun- The Club will
ADOPTION pastor.
Rev. Senlor'citizen
PERTY NOTICE OF ney, whose name and address the State of Florida to provide who !Is attending Bob Jones attending have had rich exper- 10 Morning hold Aug
SUITNO PRO.PERTY day School a.m.
To: William Mickey Hayes is Elzle S. $Sanders 138 West lunches for underprivilegedchildren University In Greenville S.C. ience for the four weeks. The Service at 11 LovcfoastScrvlce ust 5, from T-3 at RJE School.
You are hereby notified that To Call Street, Starke. Florida and In the neighborhood. Highlights of the trip werea balanced meal All senior 'cld ens are invitedto
James program sponsored ; Service 6 Holy
an action for Divorce has been Magnolia: Gorman 134-1/2 file the original with the Clerkof Ar\ average of 50 children attended hike down Into the Cullasaja by tneavehghborhoodLen.ter : Evening Communion will be given.p.m. attend. Mr.' \Kerrigan has
filed against you William Mick- Beach Florida Avenue& Robert Daytona How the above-styled Court on dally to Join In activi- River Gorge where the family will end Friday. They reported much information to give the
ey Hayes and you are requiredto ards. 601 14th or beforeAugust23,1971other-; ties and the noon meal. found numerous garnets of having a very successful club members;
serve a copy of your writ- North St. Petersburg wise a Judgement may be entered The children, besides being all different sizes and brilliancy program tl.ls summer !Mrs.
ten defenses If any to It, on You against you for the relief entertained provided some and a tour of the mus- Thelma Dixon reported that -
the plaintiffs attorney whose action are hereby notified that demanded in the Complaint. amusement to their playmatesand eum and art gallery located on the state coordinator will be .
an for
name and address is lion. filed Adoption has been GILBERT the adults overseeing the the campus of Dab Jones L'nlverslty. at the center Friday for the
against S.
George II. Florida you you are by putting on talent shows They had a very rewarding -
Pierce Starke group, closing activity.
required to serve a of By: Virginia F. Darby
and file the original with copy As at the end of each week and experience and enjoyed
written Clerk
your defenses if Deputy
the clerk of the above styled to participating In group ventures.To themselves Immensely.
on the plaintiffs attorney 7/22 t 8/12 Irene Supsky, daughter of Mr. Greater Bethlehem Freewill
court on or before August 2, whose name and address summarize It can be said SQp ra50nSpecial
and Mrs Joseph Supsky, was Baptist Church Rev Jasrer
1971. that the
Is program was quite a
George H.
Pierce 203-205
in the Gainesville Medical Cen- Williams ;aster. !Monday night
N. success and a educationaland
Ave. very
Starke Florida
Gilbert S. BrownAs and file the original with- In The County Judge's courtof stimulating experience for She ter for had three days last week. Senior Choir Rehearsal. Tues-

Clerk of said Court the clerk of the above styled Bradford County FloridaIn the young onel.lIamptoll plastic surgery doneon day night. Choir No. :2 I and
re: Estate of Myrtle G. an old burn scar. Her mo- '
wishes to thank UsherUoard 3 will meet. Wed-
court before
f on or August 9,
By: Beulah M. Moody 1971 otherwise Priest Deceased the parents and other adult ther stayed with her. nesday night Prayer !Meeting.
; a Judgement The
As Deputy Clerk be entered against for may the NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll attendant who so unselfishly family of Mr. and Mrs. Thursday night the Ladles Circle -
(Court Seal)) relief demanded in you the creditors of the estateof devoted their time and talents Joseph Supsky had as visitors will go to !Mr. Clarence
plaint or petition. com- Myrtle G. Priest Deceased, to this very worthy endeavor. this past week Mrs. Supsky's Covington's. The Prayer Band
7/8 4t 729In WITNESS hand and the are hereby notified and required father George Dotzler and her will meet at Ute home of !Mrs.
to file any claims or ATTENTION! PARENTS: brother Stephen Dotzler. Sarah Prince. The monthly Sun
Circuit Court Eighth seal of said Court on July 6, demands which they have
The may Friday July 30, will end the day School teachers Conference
Judicial Circuit of Florida In 1971.Gilbert against said estate In the office summer school program for will be held Saturday at 6 p.m.
And For Bradford County S. Brown of the county Judge of this year, All students of Hampton My Neighbors"Whut Dinners will be sold from the
CIVIL ACTION As Clerk of said Court Bradford County, Florida in Elementary,; will be out of kitchen Saturday.Sunday Is pas-
Case No. 1134 By: Beulah M. Moody the courthouse at Starke Florida school until regular classes toral day. Services will begin a
John Burton Harrington, As Deputy Clerk within six calendar resume August 30. So parents with Sunday School at 9:30.:
Plaintiff -vsMary Alice (Court Seal)) months from the date of the take advantage of your last if Morning service II a.m. Leagueat lIfIIIlllllitIIIlllllllllIIlll
Wardwell Harrington, Defen 7/8 4t 7/29 first publication of this notice. week of freedom! ] 4 p.m. Evening service 6 !
dant. Each claim or demand must be p.m. Holy Communion will be IJ 0

NOTICE OF SUIT NO PRO- ft ''' lost in writing and must state the given. I'I I i5UlU!
PERTYTo Bradora'.ounry: ; : 'FI J: place of residence and post PERSONALS: I I I I I .
In re: Estate of Delma Lesley office address of the claimantand Mr. Brookins Is home from Ebenezer Baptist church 24.000 BTU' .
Mary Alice Wardwell ..
: ___. ._ .. __ 18.000 btu .
Harrington, Defunlak Springs Thomas Deceased must be sworn to by the the hospital after having an Hev. Leroy Davis pastor. Bible
Florida NOTICE TO CREDITORS claimant his agent or his attorney eye operation.Mrs. Class each Monday night. Prayer '
You are hereby notified that All creditors of the estate or It will become void Brookins recently received meeting each Thursday night. Discount Prices Plus Service
an action for Divorce has been of Delma Lesley Thomas Deceased according to law. word of the death of we pit .. Junior Choir rehearsal Friday
filed against you and you are are hereby notified and July 15, 1971 her brother living in Headland, j night at 8 p.m. Sunday at 9:45: .DD."S World's Largest Selling! Atr'Cdnditioners:
of required to file any claimsor 1.George H. Bowers Ala. '- .. p.m. Morning service -11 a.m.
to serve a copy
required JVe Do Our Own Fill
written defenses, If any demands which they may Executor of the Estate of The cousin of Mrs. J.G. Ad- Evening,; service 7 p.m. The lciligVillklt.r
your the plaintiffs attor- have against said estate In the Myrtle G. Priest Deceased hlns, Evelyn Douberly of Je- "What do I want with annual Anniversary for choirs
to IV on
whose name and addressis office of the county Judge of sup Ga., passed away a week xnakv-oil-hem'vn know that one and two will be held Fri \ LIccgrie' Lear.F000 .

Dory George H. Pierce 203- the Bradford courthouse County at, Florida Florida In 1971First publication on: July 22 ago Sunday. Condolences are him I'm having trouble" keeping day. August 13, at 8 p.m. All IJ.M.... ,:..,.... ; C, .......;'.,.
205 N. Temple Avenue Starke Starke expressed to Mrs. Adklns In quiet *ti* it Is I members and friends are askedto
Florida and file the original with within six calendar George H. Pierce her recent loss. cooperate with this activity
months from the date of the
P.O. Drawer 1030
the clerk of the above styled
9 first publication of this no Starke Fla. 32091
court on or before August ,
tice. Each claim or demand
Attorney for
otherwise Judgment Executrix
1971: a may
must be In writing and must
be entered against for the
you state the place of residence FAIR
7/234 t 812In
relief demanded in the com-
and postofflce address of the STARKJE'SLOWEST
plaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the claimant and must be swornto FOOD
seal of said Court on July 6. by the claimant Ms agent The Circuit Court Of Florida U.S. CHOICE
197u or his attorney or it will be- Eighth Judicial Circuit, ,..
GILBERT S. BROWNAs some void according to law. In And For Bradford County
Clerk of said Court 25th June A.D. 1971 Home Security Division of the FOOD

By: Beulah Clerk M. MoodyAs Seletta Thomas.Admlnlltratrlx, Inc.Oxford, a Pennsylvania Finance Companies corp. FAIR PRICES!

Deputy of the Estate Plaintiffvs- Kenneth Nolan
(Court Seul) of Delma Lesley Thomas Coleman and Joyce Coleman,
deceased. his wife. Defendants SUPERMARKETS ST.

7/8 4t 729In First Publication on July 1,1971 Civil Action No..IDS
The County, Judge's Court George H. Pierce Notice is hereby given pur-
Attorney for Administratrix suant to a Final Judgment in
re: Estate of Reba Andreu P.O. Drawer 1030 Foreclosure dated July 26,197L tow n/ci/ fl m m mirojv tow men mi rur tow rticoi m rwr tow nicu v mimr uw met 11 mtrsjr tow man mirm ww men

Norsworthy Deceased Starke Florida and entered in Case No. 1113 '- x
NOTICE OF PROBATETo of the Circuit Court of the M4MMU MHMPURE

All Persons Interested In 7/8, 4t'7/29 Eighth: Judicial Circuit in and CORNISH -.iiw PORKSAUSAGE DAISY .
The Estate of Said Decedent: tor Bradford County, Florida, GAME HENS STEAK
You are here notified that a wherein Home Security Division -
written Instrument purportingto In The County Judge's Courtof of The Oxford: Finance 45 79* 12/39
be the last will and testa- Bradford County FloridaIn Companies, Inc., is Plaintiffand II eb
ment of said decedent has been re: Estate of Reba Andreu Kenneth Nolan Coleman and

admitted to probate in this Norsworthy, Deceased Joyce Coleman, his wife are
court. You are hereby com- NOTICE TO CREDITORS Defendants I will sell to the
manded within> six calendar All creditors of the estate of highest and best bidder for I. MM* ;
months from the date of the Reba Andreu Norsworthy deceased cash at the front door of the FYKE > CUM*
first publication of this notice are hereby notified and Bradford County Court Housein BAKE frk'1J4ft ::1. if
to appear In this court and required to DIe any claims or Starke. Florida, at 11:00: A. Lt ; SHORTENING
show cause If any you can, demands which they may have M, on the 10th day of August 31ft
why the action of this courtin against said estate in the office 1971 the following described CAN
admitting said will to pro- of the county Judge of property asset forth in said
bate should not stand unrevoked. Bradford County Florida, in Final Judgment to-wifc
the courthouse at Starke Florida Begin at the South East cor-
/Theron A. Yawn within six calendar months ner of the South West Quar- BONELESS FRESH -
County Judge Bradford County from the date of the first pub- ter of the Southwest Quarter :

Fla. lication of this notice. Each of Section 5, Township FULL CUT ROUND c.r3-rNJ
claim or demand must be in 6 South Range 22: East of FRYERS
By: Beulah Moody writing and must be swornto Bradford County and run
Clerk by the claimant his agent North 668 feet to the Pointof STEAKCOOKING
or his attorney or it will become Beginning. Thence West
1/8 4t 7/29 void according to law. 100 feet, thence North 50 feet ItmlAr
Lawrence W. Norsworthy thence East 100 feet, thence, ,%t'" SAVI UPTO1U 'rlwlAlEr' ill
Executor of the Estate of South 50 ,98 58 29 ...
to the Point of ft*
In The County Judge's Court Reba AndreuNorsworthyDo- m"llr !
of Bradford County, FloridaIn ceased Beginning.Dated this 26 day of July <
re: Estate of Myrtle G. June 25, 1971 1971.

Priest. Deceased. First Publication July 8, 1971. GILBERT S. BROWN oa .: '

NOTICE OF PROBATETo Clerk of the Circuit Court COMPARE :: r r / Pantry SIAUD IN PUOFHM
George H. Pierce
All Persons Interested In P.O. Drawer 1030 By Deputy Betty Clerk Edwards Miracle Whip ..uoumNauD1O. 59c: 75. let PrideO5 MISHNSSICOFFEE

The Estate of Said Decendent Starke. Fla. 32091 William D. Reynolds "* I
You are hereby notified thata Atty. for Executor 211 Northeast 10th Avenue Strawberry Preserves :. ;:; 59c 69. lot

written instrument purporting Gainesville, Florida PANTRY PRIDE I Sunaid ".. 45c
Grape Jelly" sat Be
7/8 4t 7/29 ALL
to be 'the last will and Attorney for Plaintiff
testament of said decedent has Sunaid Apple Jelly 39c 45. 6.

been this court.admitted You are to hereby probate com-in In ,The Eighth Circuit Judicial Court Circuit of FlorIda It 7/29 L 48oz 19J Suave Shampoo C. :o'::,::; :02'::al.:t 2/$1/ $1.38 38. ( iwiif f LB 59 *'

calendar .
months manded from within the date six of the in and for Bradford County In the County Judge's CourtOf BTL Suave Hair Spray M01I.o..::' 49c set 19. 1Jm. BAG

of this noticeto "- 49c
first publication R.J. Williams and DolUe WU- Bradford County Florida, Hair Spray tO MOIB.II OlIO 59. lot _
In this court and .
show appear cause if any you can, Elizabeth Hams his wife Ann Doughman Plaintiffs -VI-and In Probate White Rain Hair Spray 01 MOtOII !*:N: 99c $1.28 29. _

why admitting the action said of will this to court probate in George R. Lane Defendants. In Re: Estate& of Geneva 111.worth # Get Set Hair Spray ":: *MH0'l a| ::. 49c 59. lot u. S. NO. 1
NOTICE OF SUIT- Chab. Deceased. Del I
should not stand unrevoked. Tot Elizabeth Ann Doughman NOTICE> TO CREDITORS ( MonteDRINKS Halo Hair Spray "'". ?: 49c 59. lot ( WHITEPOTATOES

/./ Theron A. Yawn R Address. Lane Address Unknown Unknown and George All Geneva Creditors Ellsworth of the Chab Estateof deceased ASSORTIDMUIT Holsum Peanut Butter "..' 69c 79. lot '

County Judge You are hereby notified that are hereby notified and FLAVORS I Potato Chips 'rr.rRiceARoni 38c 59.21e

First publication on July 22, an action property to foreclose in Bradford the following demands required which to file they any may claims have or "ssss.: : 3/$1/ $1.17 ,17. --

1971George II. Pierce County, Florida: against said estate in the Office Itmllr Chinatown Rice 01..0 39c eat 6. fll, rffh 10
of the COUntyJudgeotBradford -
A parcel of land lying In theSE 29
Starke P.O Drawer Fla. 32091 1030 1/4 of SW 1/4 Section 19. County, Florida In the 46oz C 'urrArsrf, Long Grain Rice .r..o:??r:. 39c 4Sc 6. 5 5 )
Township 7 South Range 22 Courthouse at Starke. Florida, LB BAG
7/22 Attorney t 8/12 for Executrix East and being more particularly within six calendar months from CANS Colgate Instant Shave ".I.;::':;-;: O. 39c 49. tot ,
described as follows.Commence the date& of the first publication
N. Pride Salt It 01 9c
Pantry 10.
Each Claim .. .ou lot Ie GOlDfNlIlPf
at the Southeast of this notice. or Ovm '
CALL FOR BIDS) Corner of Section 19 and run dd. nand must be In writing and COMPARE p ptiri to* W il' Cake Mixes 'r;:::.:,:":.,or: 29c 3/S9. 2, BANANASFRIJH .. .. ...10
Notice is hereby given 02 must state the place of residence -
South 89 degrees
sealed bids will be receivedin minutes thence' and 33 second West and post office addressof Del Monte Corn :ssrs:: :: :st: :=' 4/l/ $1.16 tat i Toaster Pastries .::..',':Yin: 3/9Sc/ 3/,00 s< FIRM' HIAOSCABBAGE

the of Office the Florida of Buslnesi State Manger Prison -- distance point, of beginning.of 2632.10 From feet point to sworn- the to claimant by the claimant and must his be Green Giant Corn "'.:,':..'.o" ."".'':.' 4/l/ $1.1616. Pantry Pride Flour ". 37c v t ?. L,7 4

up to and not I later for than the of beginning thus de.erlbed.continue agent or his attorney l or it will American Beauty Hominy '. :."2/25/ 2/29. 4< Fyne Bake Shortening > .. u.. 59c 69: lot FRISH JUICY
10:00 August28,1971
: a.m. 89 02 become void according to law.
sale of 5 horses. Horses may minutes and South 33 seconds degrees West William H. Gent Cut Green Beans ?.r?:: 4/l/ $1.16 "< Town Talk Syrup .. ... 49 59. io. PEACHES..", ."" ,la.14
be Inspected at the cattle a distance of 240 feet to a Executor of the Estate of
Ranch any time during nor to point; run thence North 0'degrees Geneva Ellsworth Chab>>, De tvtntui tow nici' v mimr i w rticril mirur tow mat mirur iw HKII i tnntn if* nxti i mirm tow ici l imrwr tow ma i i1EMON

Tuesday,August 24,1971. Bid 6 03 minutes and 27 seconds ceased. r 'IM IO IO ARANCIL LIBBY'S
East a distance of 450
forms may be obtained from feet to a point; run thence Eugene F. Shaw APPLE rOOD STRAWBERRY DRINKS PICKLED CALIFORNIA

7/22-the Business 2U729Smokey Office. North 89 degrees, 02 minutes 142 West Call Street $2 PIES CAKE SHORTCAKE FRIES BEETS LEMONS

and 33 seconds East a distanceof Starke Florida er.
240 feet to a point; run Attorney for Executor 41 ,
Says t thence South 0 degrees,03 min 7/29 4t 8/19
utes and 27 seconds West a
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el'l give my' pAmerican / (.' as an distance of 430 feet to point ,
to revere! the o( beginning: ., SAVE t.r BOTTLE ,;.I POSTi
living earth of w lips(.h I ana AND EXCEPTING therefromany The fellow who comes back PAN1RV PRIM : TENS /
pact I and i id cherish all portion thereof lying within from vseatfcw this Umt of BABYPOWDER SUAVE CURAD OF1OO 'mJ, '
thing* living crvpvw: and the light of way of State Road year Is wise te put kit 1 flaking SHAMPOO BANDAGES ASPIRIN 1 ONl'vACKAOl 'I
beneath is.1fUrt! i CC." 18 and SAVE AND EXCEPTING. report In a sealed envelope I ."_tfN.fHM c Bli eN ,OO a.NtV All
that certain graded*,leading nth U b* opened aattl every' ',YJ 49' ........** Mf(.l MIl C4W.4M Ii'i
Forest r,,.ourc,,lire,.1 l w>,.e our natural to the city dump of,the City of body ehrs lies are la. e _______ 'im--____j

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>Possession of'alcoholic beverage firearm at night $36 fine.

In a State Park and Insufficient Albert W. Samson. Bradford ?

Trial or Improper lU.savmatpopularchargee.hea County, unlawful speed, $36 i,
Grayson two fine !
before Theodore S, Potter,Jr.,Swltserland n ,!
Set for Aug. 5 Judge Graham Hutchinson : driving while Intoxi

In JP court at Lake Geneva sated $151 fine; and no valid I'

In Green CoveA during the past three week*. driver license $36.
Possession of alcoholic beverages Lee Edward ilium, violation ;

In a State Park ted the of truck ordinance and failureto
rt felony charge against Stanley list with nine persona found display truck Identification, ;
r ; (C Sandy) Grayson. 18,of Keystone guilty of this charge M followci $51 fine. '
Heights, for resisting Barbara Mitchell. Keystone :
rest with violence has been Sherman C. Con NAS Jacksonville Height, violation of Florida .
set for II a.m. Thursday Aug. ,$18 1 One; Crayce W. State Sale Tax law; permit- :
5, before Judge Graham Hut Williams Jacksonvillel6Al- ted to pay delinquent tax and :
chison In the Circuit Court Wimberly Honered bert Williams Gainesville,$18 court cost. .*

-J room. Green Cove Springs On 89th Earlean Baakln, Gainesville William J. Griffin Jacksonville ."
BirthdayMrs. |18; Eugene R.on. Galneavllle aiding without observer :
Grayson j pleaded polo conten- .918; John Henry Hill. Gaines or mirror, $11.50 fine.
derewhen (no contest) to the charge Francis Wlmberly of great-grandchildren. Also at ville. $3 81; Jamie Lee Detmard Dewey W.P Pearson Jr., unlawfUl

I arraigned before Judge Holly; Hill, mother of Mrs. J.D. tending ter were three "baby .la Jr.. Gainesville $18; Henry speed $26 fine.
Hutchison In Green Cove on Payton of Keystone of Mrs. Wlmberhr--- Mn William Jacksonville
Heights Ems *, Gainesville $18; Earl D. Mattox.
ph' July 20.'two was honored a dinner on her Mrs. Swindle 86, of Hampton Loul A. Martin. Galneavllle. attempt to take quail during ;
89th birthday; Sunday July 25. Mary Thompson 79 Plant $18. Martin waa also found guilty closed season $36 fine. :
misdemeanor City Mr
charges Nellie
; Weathersbee. of having no driver" U- Joe D. Jacksonville .:
wr ( and outdated Inspection Ninety-eight guests attended 77, and Jones
Improper tag ; numerous relative and ,
cenae fined $36. drivers license $36 fine.
) Including eight Earl and close no
sticker pending a- children friend. !
I ) galnst Grayson will also beh..rd of Gainesville; Ernest Green The dinner held Defendant In five worthies Julius Smith, Gainesville, no f
g ', was at the =
t check I
found license $36 fine.
case were driver
JLT on the August 5 date, Cove Springs; Otis, Cocoa A. lake cottage guilty; ;
I : : ; grandclaUKh-
; I Judge Hutchison: said Grayson L., Cltra Glenn, Orange ter Mrs. Hefea Hersey.. on and were allowed to make restitution Don C. Gottlob Jr., Keystone .:: II:

I --..- ....".. .. -1I"m --.. ......--..- -" ,."... ---.... pleaded not guilty to these charges Spring; Mrs. Mae Sutton, Lake Bedford. They went and pay Ronald court E,cost William *. $7.50 Heights fine., no fishing license ;:; :
I when arraigned last week. Gainesville; Mrs. Hattle Burn- The birthday cake was de- "
., Bradford County; Jean Paul R. Chandler no fishing
side Daytona Land Mrs. Mil coated with white violets .
Realtor's Little League championship team. and Crowley, Orange Park Paul license sentence suspended
Grayson was released last dred Payton, Keystone Heights; green leave*. ;
let rbw/l-r/::( ) Johnny Rye, Jim: Boozer, Timmy Bostlok Saturday under $1,001 bond after 14 grandchildren: 16 great Five generation were present .W. Walden Keystone Height; since license was In car. although [
paying a $26 fine and grandchildren, and two to Frank Wright Starke; and Ellen not on person a* re- .
(bat btiyi) Barry Broadway, Patrick Baker, Grady BOB- five: days In Clay County servIng ;- great- enjoy this occasion Hanloo. Gainesville. Sal

tick. '2nd. row- Nell Cannon (ooaoh), Tom Tyer, Bryan Jail on a charge of using obscene O'OGllllg. ..._....o IWllb ..1I! __ Sentence of guilty were also A bond was estreated L. Con-In I:
: and paaaed In the following cases: the case of Michael
Sheffield: Keith Hall. Tommy Martin Mike Wingate Mark language,
Richard A. Miller Orange eer. Starke on a charge assault \
to which he pleaded guilty.Bond (Lake
Bennett.. 3rd row- Tom Martin (manager), S.E. McKay was reduced by Judge Hutchi INDIAN BEACH ay !:- Park. possession of light and and battery. :C: :

(sponsor), Tommy Tyer and Gary Bostiok (coaches). son from the original amountof ps i # k

5001. .. iAAWJlO.ggd_ '- iio.ot! 1J1J 11II1WIII1I1111'' ,.
Brokas in ;
LEAGtiaSEASON were provided courtesy ofWInnDixl. Shape
LITTLE eFoodStsregAdams Jw. George F. McDanIel, arrested
COMES TO A with Grayson during a July 19
3 Food Brokerage and member
Ar melee in front of McDanlel's L w
For Teams
of St. Anne's. Tough
Another sueirogdtul, recreation center In Keystone, I
Several local musician, two
League Baseball'season has was released Saturday under .
of whom members of foIl >
were a
completed .with McKay
been $1,001 bond of obstructing
on a charge -
Realtor's team',"--managed by religious and popular music. : officers In the execution -' V Mickey Brokas.UTC(University I
Tom Martin finishing first Several local: musicians two ill of their duties, and trial 14v4 ; of Tennessee at Chattanooga 4't

over five other''teams In the of whom were member of a folk date In the case was also set \ ) quarterback 1* vacationing M I
competition. mass group In Gainesville, for August 5 at U ajn. In Green ? with his parent. Mr. and Mr. I
Following cloti'hbehlnd the player-guitar and banjos with Cove Alex Brokas at Keystone; ;
champs wens Keystone Jewelers a mixture of folk, religiousand Heights, and keeping In shape q
managed by Bill Nettles popular music. The arrest were made when for the coming football season I II I>
AU connected with the activity yyiiiHpl with a summer Job "crawling "
: Ware Clay County; deputies attempted
Store, Homer ; were pleased with the result to serve warrant on Gray- around In hot attics" Instating -
; K4.toneSta.Bank managed and felt It was a definite son in the traffic cases, touchIng ]air conditioner
by Ray Farris; American .ucce... In light of this, similar off a free-for-all In the He alao run two mite everyday

Leglon-Gus & Mitch.Billy Cha- event are being con- street In front of the recreation / and sometimes twice. a

vls and Jack Baraion co-mana Idered for t the near future. center. ,. W '1 s day and believe he will start ..

pre; and Kim's Shell, managed NEWS PROGRAMThe M y M+ the new season in the best '....
by Ed Reed. physical shape he' ever been
Fifteen boys were on each Public Service news program In. Mickey Brokas

team and 30 games were of played Melrose for the area Keystone la now Heights being NEWS NOTES -- ._".__.'.....la'........-..........v.,......r-"........ =....... ...... In commenting on Brokas'
during the 5th year league HcueJby- ability; at quarterback, UTC
aired at- 8 Instead of U
competition. ajn. By Helen V. Egan: HOW'S THIS FORA ror tnuse wno heard all the Services HeW head coach Hal Wilkes says
WPXE Kaufmann
Ed Bennett, league president ajn. on each weekday STRING OF CATS? noise and wondered what was "We.. have a lot riding on
expresses thanks to many people have morning. Any' news ;you may Greetings friends and neighbors going on, my brother Wayne For Mrs. Gibson that young man. He proved himself -
for this
who helped make the 1971 program, please FELLOWSHIP CLUB fromyourRolling-Report. celebrated his 23rd birthday at quarterback last season
season a success, but some call 4026.Mrs. Mary Ann Duke, 473- Mr. and Mrs. Wallace J. The monthly Game-Fun Day er with the lea test fishing news. with a weekend long birthday At Keystone) and Is going to have to really; .

put forth extra help. Haselby of Venice announce the was enjoyed: last Thursday; with You'll have to go some to beat party] ; with many of his friend produce this year If we're gong :
Everett Fox. Marvin Homer LIONS CLUB engagement of their daughter refreshments prepared and this string of fish caught by coming out to help.Happy; Birthday ( to'stay; alive." :
Ken Sayers, and Dick Abele Walter Harvey Chief Deputy; Deborah Anne to SgU PaulGeorge served by Mrs. Ethel Weyman. T.C. Miller Tommy Woodard. ; to Wayne; who was 23 last Mrs Charily; Hall Cllsson, .

handled the umpiring. Tom of the Clay County; Sheriffs Kaufinann son of Mr. Mrs. Mltta Kersey served as and Jimmy Hughes at Rodman Wednesday.Aunt ; 95, widow of Elam Gllason. UTC,which usually plays out
Grant Ralph Barker and Art >Department, spoke at the last, and Mr. George E. Kaufmamof mistress ceremonies. A brief Dam. ? 'n .," Clara Sullivan of Williston died Wedneday.. July 21, in a i of Its class: faces an exceptionally
Klfer did most of the score' regular ".meeting on narcotics'' of Keystone Heights. Informal discussion was held In Last Saturday T.C., and Jack came out Tuesday after ,Gainesville cuwa1e.oentome: tough schedule this fall
kes ing. Mrs. Loy. Head wa* meet the and the with after< *,extended Illness. She with Vanderbilt and
and the laws pertaining to drugs. Miss regard to finances to Wlngate who is home from the noon spent night opening ,
secretary-treasurer and Mel of Jones Haselby U a graduate monthly expenses as the new Navy went to the dam and caught us. Wednesday night supper was born In Clay County; on A- then tankgllng with Auburn(both

Premo wa* vice president of MAJORETTE CORPS she received College Orlando when plan ofmeet rent 2SC failed I 15 cats. Tommy Woodward of quests were Linda Lundwall of pril 6, 1876, the daughter of away) before opening Its home .
the league. Mrs. Tom Martinwas Miss Patti McCIave daughter Science an She Associate in to the $10 fee. Members Russelvllle Ky. and his cousin Earleton, and Tlffy Llpscomb the late Lyman and Elizabeth season with Tampa.After Tampa -
degree. Is
In charge of a very successful of Mr. and Mr. Charles ly living presentand In Or.Sgt were urged to talk it over Jimmy; Hughes of Auburn, of Gainesville. Friday afternoon Durden HalL She had residedat UTC will face The Citadel :
concession stand, ably McGlave, formed Junior Ma- lando. working with others and the matter will Ky.; went with T.C. to the dam Mr. and Mrs. LonnIe McRae, near Smith Lake forman and Ole Miss before settling ..
assisted by several mothers. jorette Corps and the members Kaufmann attended St. be opened for new plans at the and caught 93 cats T.C. and Melton of Hampton Mr.. Parsons )' )years and was member down to Its small college sched
Thanks are also extended to have been practicing faith John River Junior College for Aug. 12 covered dish luncheon. Tommy went to Lake City; Jun- and Mrs. Woods of Ohio of Gadara Baptist Church. ule. -
Smith Lake Grocery for their fully. The girls who will make up two ior College together and Tony visited us and later Bro. Mel
donation of a Coleman Gas the corps were Judged on their year Presently he Is stationed seems to be T.C.'s good luck. Hamil and Willie Schism of Surviving are four daughter, Last season Brokas booted -
and the at McCoy Air Force Base COMMUNITY CHURCH [ visited. Mr. Opal Bishop and Mr*. eight out of 15 field goals and :
stove, following for ability; with the baton and grading In Orlando. In hunting season they got three Hampton : .
donating ice Cunningham'. on ..ta. Miss Lori Ann A Two sisters Mrs. Tom Fraser turkeys In one weekend. Sunday I spent the day at Myrtle Harris bolli or Kings- four of them hit the cross bar
Kim' Shell wedding is being /fre Motions while Chlt- ley Lake:; Mr*. Alice Pearson and bounced through, earningthe
Gulf. and the Baker was chosen captain. planned. and Miss Barbara Barrows Granny Copeland came home Grandpa Jacksonville
Blue Pine Bar.A These girls will be marching sang a duet. "I Walk Today; from Alachua General Hospital ty; and Lin and Guide Quickof ; and Mrs. Minnie talented 190-pound sophomore "-
swim party; and hot dog In special parades through the Where Jesus Walked" a* a last Tuesday. She's certainly]; Starke visited my parents. Martin. Tampa; three sons. Elam the nickname, "Lucky.
cookout was given for all the school year and are In Grade HERE N' THERE special musical treat at mornIng glad to be back home and we- Mr. and Mr. Frasler and and Craig Gils<<*!, both of
boy at the end of the season. one through five. Mr. and Mrs. David Handley worship accompanied by 're glad to have her back again. Miss Barbara Barrow. were Keystone Heights, and Merrill "Brokas Is hot Just a mechanical -
It was another successful year and children Pam and Jim, Mrs. William Nail Community Bucky Melton of Hampton down from Jacksonville over Gllsson, Jacksonville.; 22grandchUcfreo. quarterback," says
and everyone is looking forward BOOSTERS CLUB recently spent a week In Anniston Church organist who was formerly spent most of last week with the weekend to help out with 42 great-grand Wlikes. "He's a real field general -
to another good season The Keystone Booster Club Ala. with relatives and choir director and organist us, and tried to use up all our the gardening at the Daryl Barrows children and six great-great with a cool head. He knows
In 1972. 1* building new bleachers. New stopped Six Flags over Georgia of the North Westminster lake. All the time he wasn't while Mr. Barrows Isn't grandchildren.: how to react In tight situation -

members or fans interested in where they had a most enjoyable Presbyterian Church In helping me or eating he lived feeling too well Funeral service* were held and can run his own
ST. ANNE'S CHURCH helping dig holes for the footing time. Jacksonville, where the singers In the water. Friday afternoon, Mrs. Owen Bryant spent last at 2:30 p.m. Friday In Jones gene"
STARTS SOMETHING NEW and also to help lay block Miss Debra Jackson daughter were members of the choir Floren and Barbara laher and weekend with her daughter Memorial Chapel
St. Anne's Episcopal Church are welcomed. of Mrs. Carolyn Beasett, The Vacation Bible School eon Devin of Keystone, came Mrs. Lagrasse In Gainesville. 'Keystone
recently sponsored get-to New families In the Keystone celebrated her eighth birthday which opened Monday July 26, out for some fun in the sun, Mr. and Mrs Dolph Reddish Heights with Rev. Leamon Brokas sat on the bench the
getter for the young people of area who have sons of footballage recently with "a party; where for five days; will have com- and supper. After supper the and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ward.Johnnie Rev. Robert Weal and then five games last ;year and
the area at the Keystone Park.It and would like for them they played games,had refreshments mencement exercises at 9:40: Fishers and I went to St. Augustine Vernon Reddish of Starke held Rev. SMcklatdofflc4.C came on strong to beat
was Intended to provide apuce to play football for the Keystone and lots of fun. Bjn. Sunday Aug.L A Fellowship and attended a Bible a cookout at the D.W. Carpenter ting. Interment was In Gadara out his competition. He quar-
and a mood for people Indian, please go by; the Jimmy Fox wa recently In Covered Dish Dinner will Conference home Friday night. Funeral'. with DeWltt C. Jones .terbacked last while UTC won its
gather and talk. gym and sign them up. Fall Selma. Ala. to attend the wed follow the Morning Worship Dick and Frances Milliard Home In charge of arrangement four games and finishedthe

Vree' hot dog and drink practice will begin on August ding of the former Ann Change Service, to which everyone Is have been busy lately traveling *. season 4-7.
16.DEAD. who was a teacher in Orange invited. Dr. AI Watson around. They visited Ft. Pierce, -
r- Park. Okeechobee and spent sometime

I Alex Cardenas spent a week SR. CITIZENS COUNCILSIn Medkal DirectorAt In Crescent Beach.

visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Keystone we have a Fel- Moody A. B. Armle Deegan Is home from DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

Slmeral at their home on Lake lowship Club and In Bradford Alachua General Hospital now
Brooklyn. During the week the County; at Star"11" a Senior' and would appreciate visits
}fit Slmeral' took him to Daytona Citizens Club with a president Dr. MaJ.) Alfred B. Watson from friends since she Is con- STARKE
Beach where they visited Col. who baa the Interest of hi* Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. fined to her home for awhile.
Michael Barry and family and member (which Include nine Alfred B. Watson. Sr.. Is Moody Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norwoodare PHONE 964-6200

1 1'If 1r friends Lt. Cmdr. Robert McCllntocit (Coo'c On Ntsc Page) Air Force Base' new directorof walking on alre these day. -
U and Mr. and Mr*. base medical services. Their son, Larry, wife Tracy
Robert McCUntock, m all of A seven year veteran,. he and children, Daren and Ashley KEYSTONE HEIGHTSPHONE
Orlando and c.lebntedMr. Mc- daughter and family, Mr. has assumed the duties of hospital arrived Sunday; from the
Clintock's birthday with a bar- and Mrs. John E. Wrtsiey. She commander from Dr. far east where they have been 47.1-3176:

becue at the Barry home.EvenIng reports an enjoyable vacation (Col.) Paul R. Hanson, who wing a time getting acquaint
enjoyed on the boardwalk and her many friends are happy has assumed the duties of hos-
wa* ed.Mr.
of Daytona Beach where to have her back In Keystone. was recently assigned to Andrews and Mrs. Al Freisner of ..

the sight and AFB, Md. St. Petersburg! visited Mrs
they enjoyed) Former Keystoner Ed
rid... Hus- Dr. Watson, with one move Llnnie Norwood and Tom and Serving) Florida
sey co-ordinated hi* brother- per ;year during his Air Force Lillian Norwood a few days Since 1950
; Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fal- In-law Jack Glom, In running career most recently was assigned last week. Mr. and Mr. L.O.
iln Pike'
kel have returned home from the Peak Hill Climb to Craig AFB Ala. Priorto Martin have been at their lake
/ c9Z -des Service ffne.
/"ir with relativesand races recently Stock greeting
a month' visit car,dune that he was commander of home and enjoying bridge games G
friend In Indiana. buggies, Jeeps and motorcycle a 25 bed dispensary at Tug with the Norwood. ... .
l FoeterHow.U entered In .rw v+ 1"" w'w w w I
r 371Vf Recent guests of Mr*. were the race. Jack Hoa AB, Vietnam. Mr*. Techla Me Grttf of Jacksonville w'w
were her daughterinlaw and Ed placed third In 130 vehicles -
Other assignments Includedtwo and Mr. Trellle Cheshire
and of Griffin. and with much excitement
grandson -
years as flight surgeonat of Pompano spent a few I'
Ed CordiallyWelcomes
that Mrs.
report the gravel Carolyn
Ga.Sympathy Hunter Army Field Ga.;service days with Mrs. Beulah Smith
: AIM ON 1* extended to Mrs. and clay track Is very in the office of the com- and Mrs. Ruby Wolfe. Thursday Eaves
TAKE Gardner the death of different from the
Quincey on smooth asphalt
In Col- of the mand surgeon at Langley AFB, ; night they; had dinner with Representative
her father. Joe Hubbard Daytona Speedway.
Va. of research In Mr. and Mrs. Cheshire In
THE BANK WITH THE David Benson ; ;year Ph. 964-3812
umbus Kansas. Jacksonville., You and Your
<, aerospace medicine at Brooks Gainesville. Mr. and Mr*.Hayden -
Mr. Bernard Slocomb baa son oT Mr. and Mrs. Joseph AFB Texas and a year of Smith and children of Live 122 N. Cay St. Family to Your '

MOS3r>TO OFFER, CLIENTSNeed returned from a family two month and Benson to of Miss Keystone was married study In the aerospace medical Oak were weekend guests at Starke New Home
vacation Josephine
visiting Nella
field at the University; of the Smith horns.
In the North. She spent Tiffany
friends on Saturday; evening.
California Berkely.Dr.
ajqan for good ? Come three weeks with her sister July 24 at the Avondale Bap
reason Watson
any and brother-in-law, Mr. and tilt Church in Jacksonville. has a degree in The State oi FloridaIt

let's talk i it over. We process loans fast, Mrs Philip Stockwell. In Little Miss Suzanne Duke biology; from Emory University; S.E. MCKAY' i
in MD
Atlanta an degree from Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and
at lowest rates permissible by l law. Your Lunenburg. Mass and a week celebrated her eighth birth the Emory Medical School anda
In FItchburg with Mr and Mrs day with a party; at the home In REALTOR To Aquaint You With Your City.. >,
Full Service Bank also offers: checkingand Justin Aldrlch. While in Fitchburg of her parents with game and health graduate from degree the University public of
savings accounts, Christmas Clubs, she Journeyed; to Ashburn- refreshments recently. California.His Keystone Hts. 473-4816 If you are new In the area a phone
ham where she visited Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Snodgrass Include
decoration the
! night 6sit8< banking-by-mail. Mr. Jack Hancock who were and tats Joel and Jason Air Force Commendation Medal HOMES ACREACES call will bring you a prompt visit
for approximately U year winter were overnight guest of Mr. the Air Medal with threeOak
h' resident of Keystone and Mr*. Michael sarn last Leaf Clusters and the RENTALS S from ,our local hostess.! Please Rive
KEYSTONE STATE BANK Height From Fitchburg she Friday as they were enroute Bronze Star.
went to Scotia. N.Y. and visited from their home in TItusvlllo The native of Key.toneH.Jghta ASSOCIATESMr. her a call! She has maps and many
for several week with her son to Teane..... .. M.lb. Ilf.n 4T1-4740
P.D-5J" ,. Keystone Heights, Fla. and daughter-in-law.. Mr. and Everyone happy toseeC.F. Barbara,' and his A.wife Evans, the have former Col. J. c......"(,." 47).479 free and wonderful gifts "for you
Your Friendly Bank la Your Friendly ..Mrs Bernard.Slocomb and (Buster) Alken .
: out again after two son Thomas Charles, 3, P.iehpt C. 4t| tOJf' from local businewes.
; ,
COasmtmty"Page ( children! and then to Colum' a couple of week stay in the and Robert Paul 2. 4ts>40.i
bus. S.C. for a visit with her capital.

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Making plant for the future Navy SERVICEMEN Seaman Apprentice Ran. J. H. McComghy

: U often way to escape daB R. ChUm u, ton of Mr. Services HeW
work for the'I pre.ent. and Mr. Randall R. Chlun
I of 534. W. Pratt sc.. In Jones Chapel
Stork,.has graduated from recruit
Dedicate your Hie to pub- training at the Naval Recruit t
James Henry MeCgnagrqr 68, t
lic service. You might vet Training Center Orlan-
your face on a watch.- of Maxvtll. died Sunday aftera
brief Illness. Born on Au-
He attended Santa Fe Junior
gust 31, 1912 In Hot Springs
College at .. Ha.REVIVAL .
Ark., he was a carpenter and
a memberolGleBapU.tChurch.SurvlYlnfr "
MaxvUIe-: two daughters Mrs. Sunday CHURCH School piss 422 N. St. Clalr St. Start.. Sunday School, ':45 ajn. BAPTIST MISSION MELROSE
Juanita Melton Hampton and 1 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn Morning Worship 11 ajn.YouthFellow.hIp U.S. 301 North, behind Tas-
!IWELCOME ; Morning Worship U a.m. Youth Schedule of Services
ing Worship II a.m. Sunday Drive In
Mrs Ossle Louise Curtis Service 8,00 mn.EYoninK Worship 6 pjn.Choir Practice tee Free Sunday
: Bible Study 10:00
Evening 7 pun. Youth Night, 10 Worship Service
Hartshorne Okla.; two sons 7 Wednesday 8 pjn.Rev. School ajn. -
pun.Thursday 11:00.
Morning Worship
Irvin F. McConaghy, Hampton Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Robert D. BurchCALVAIn' II a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer ajn.
and James William McConsghy night Prayer; Meet Meeting Friday, 7:30: pjn.Rev. Service 7:30: pjn. Wednes m. Evening Worship, 7:00 pjn.
7:30: P.m. __ Y.W. Kidd, pester All other Evenings8OOpm.
-- Albuquerque N.M.; one bro Ivy Luke Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH day.Leroy
ther. Scott McConaghy. Little Olive, pastor, E.L. HAMPTON CHRUrtlAN:

Rock. Ark.; two sisters Mrs SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng Grlffls, associate pastor. CHURCH
Ocle Gibson, and Mrs. Naomi BAPTIST CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Worship 11.Training Union, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning
August 1 rhea 8 1971 Blggers. both of Little Rock 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Sunday School 9:30: ; Training 6:30. Evening Worship. 7:30. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, 1] ajn. Evening
Ark.; and eight grandchildren. : Sunday; School.: 10 a.m. Union 10:13: a.m.; Morning Worship LeRoy Dalrymple, Pastor BROOKER Worship, 7.James Shaw, pas
Funeral services were held 'Preaching. II a.m. Training U- U a.m.; Evening.. Worship! Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship tor.
8:00: p. m.CaUed at 10 a.m. Thursday In Jones nlon, 5:45 p.m. Evening Worahlp 7:30: P.m.:; Prayer; Meeting 7:30: BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Services 11 a.m. and 7
Memorial Chapel with Dan 7 p.m.Evel'1OMlcome.Wilbur Wednesday. Sunday School 10 a.m. Mornloir p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Richardson officiating. inter- Dyne, pastor. Pastor Rev. Robert WeaL Worship. 11 a.m.t: Evening: Rev. Lacy; Conway Paster. BROOKER. FLA.
ment will be In Santa Fe Cem-
T Worship 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Rev. Jim Templ..toI'. Sunday
with DeWitt C. Jones
*Chesen etery CHURCH OF GOD Meeting 7:30: pjn. Wednesday GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol
Funeral Hom.s In
charge. OF PROPHECY BROOKER RIVER BAPTIST -Rev. J.C. Saunders, pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor- Superintendent.Training.
*Cllt.d ,' School 10 MornIng Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn nlon. 6:45 p.m. Lowell Douglas
C. Davis Sunday a.m. ning Worship II a.m. and 7
*Prepared; Angus Worship 11 ajn. YoungPeople's ing Worship. 11 a.m. Training MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Director. Worship Services U

Dedicated ServkesHeU Service;. 6 p.m.EYItQI8Uatfc Union.8 7 p.m. Evening Worship Sunday 9:45 ajn. Sunday P.m.Rev.. John Ross, pastor. a.m..7:30.: Livers Outlaw,music -
7 p.m. p.m. Wednesday Night School, II sun., Morning Worship director.
In Baker County Wednesday Prayer Meeting. service 7:30: p.m. Everyone 6 p.m. Training Union EVERGREEN BAPTIST
VIRGIL Z 7:30: p.m, Come and worship L.L. Parker pastor. 7 p.m. Evening Worship. Highway 125. Northwest of HEILBRONN BAPTIST
Angus C. Davis, 69 of Starke with w. Wednesday 7:30: PrayerSer- Lawtey. Sunday School 10 a.m. CHURCH.,, HIGHWAY 16 N.
died Wednesday July :21. after -Rev. Bobby Harris, pastr vices.Rev.. Morning Worship 11:15.: Sun- Sunday : iChool,' 9:45: am.
LOVETT Paat.r. an extended illness. He was a PINE LEVEL BAPTIST Bob Cooper, Pastor, day Night Service 7:30: p.m. Morning Worship 11. Training
; native of Baker County and had GREATER BETHLEHEM Sunday School 10 ajn. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Union, 6:30: p.m.. Evening Service
Evangelist, lived In Starke for several FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH I Morning Worship 11 ajn. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 pjn. Rev. Albert Knight, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer;
;years, moving here from Cor. Ajh S Chestnut Sunday; :Services (Booster Band, Young Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; pastor Service 7:30.: -
Degrees from
Valdosta State College Gainesville. He was a mem- School 9:30: Morning Worship :People, and Prayer Service), 6 Morning Worship II ajn.EvenIng -Rev. L. Tommy Howe
U 4p
and Master's from Luther Rice ber of the Primitive Baptist .>.; League. .m.N1 itService ][ jn. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Worship,7p.m.;Wed. Prayer LAURA BAPTIST pastor
pjn. --Rev. JaiperWUliamspastor. CHURCH/
Church. :Midweek Service, WednesdayF:30 Meeting and Bible Study, 7pm.
Seminary Surviving are his wife Mrs. pjn. Rev. John Strickland, Study on Book of Psalms Sunday. School, 9:45: : a.m.;,
Winnie Davis, of Starke: Pastor. G.F. Prevatt pastor. Everyone Morning Worship, II a.m.Even CIIURCII OF JESUS CHRIST
Former pastor of Grace Baptistand one son, Clifton Davis, Gainesville ; FIRST UNITED METHODIST< Welcome. tog Worship 7:30: p.m. Mid- OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
week Bible 1404 E. Beaaent Road
four daughters Mrs.Gertrude STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Study, Wednesday,
teacher Bradford School ;
at 7:30
High : p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30 a
Sunday School 9:45
Strickland ; ; (Highway 100 at Theressa)
Be in church m. Sunday Sch: *|, 10 Sac-
Sunday.Frank .
Worship, llj Junior and Senior .
Mrs. Luella Noland. Orlando; ; 10 ajn.Morn- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
'Presently pastoring Trinity Mrs. Melvene Brehme, of California MY F groups, 6 p.m. I inggWhlp U a.m. Train Sunday Service:Sunday. ; School JaMs, pastor. raiaehi.: 6.p.m.,
Mrs. Joyce Mathews, Wet>oeada r Youth ChoIrReI I ing Union 6:30 EvenIng Monday Mia 7:30 p.m.
Baptist, Apopka, Fla. ; p.m. ; 9:45: sm. Morning Worship Tuesday
Primary 4:30
Jacksonville; and one brother, hearsal. 7pjn. Prayer Meeting, I Worship 7:11 p.m. 10:45: a.m. Evening Service,7:15: pjn.
Orren Davis, Gainesville. 7:30: ; Chancel: Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Night Prayer Ser- p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC Wednesday Relief Society
7:30 .
Last and Most Important Funeral services were held 7:45.DeWitt: vices 7:30 p.m. Rev Merle day 6:30: p.m. CHURCH.MACCLENNY : p.m.Jelllle
at 2 p.m. Friday In the Taylor Farabee, Jr. Packham, pastor. -J.C. Brown, minister Sunday, Mass, 12 noon. Holy President.D. Branson Branch
Methodist Church In Baker 3ay Mass, 5:30: p.m.
A Man Of God County with Elder Harry Eddy LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL.

and Elder Everett Johns, Sr. -------------- --
HOLINESS CHURCH --- --- -- --------
ELLIS MARTINVisiting officiating Interment was In Sunday School 9:45: a.m. I ,
Taylor Cemetery with arrangements Morning Worship 11 a.m. YouthService I Be ever mindful and thankful
I Ito
In charge of John M. 6 pun.; Evening Worship -
choir and Youth Director Brlnkley, Mortician, Mac- 7 p.rn. .I GOD for. .

from 1st.,.Baptist Church Cleveland, Ga. clenny Tuesday, Prayer Meeting 7:30: j

.t.. p.m.-Rev. W.B. Chauncey,pastor. I HEALTH and FOOD j


Sunday School, 9:45; Morn- CRACK BAP11ST I I t
Worship. II Training Union In our nation today,the ms/lority of us have so much
Special Singing Duets, Trios, Ing ; CHURCH, STARKE I I ,
6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle Sunday School, 10 Mor- /
a.m. to be thankful for.Sure we lone!a tooth or two In
Choir, Solos Every NightCOME 7:15; Evening Worship, 7:30.: ning Worship at 11. Training I .
j' MondayYouth Choir Prac- Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship growing up I* the one pictured, here, but these will soon
tice Choir Practice for Grades I ,
; 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer,
PRAYING COME EARLY 3-6, 7 p.m. Meeting 7:30.: .Rev. Leon T. I I be replaced. Health and Happiness are generally ours. }
TuesdayPrayer Croup Odom, Jr., pa.tor.AIRPARK '
COME EXPECTING 9:30: ajn. I and through! our abundance we should rhare with iwj I

Wednesday Prayer Meeting others who are less furtunate. Gala word and the j
1 7:30; .Church ,Cholr, Practice BAPTIST CHURCH. I .'.' I ,
KINGSLEYLAKEBAPTIST ;' 8:3:; ( ,1.DentonSumrall,1. 01'' '?. Sunday School, 10 ajn. MornIng : .,,1 .:Ow ,w thuixh encourage sharing with other."rThcie: i. ,w wd dare
.... ) Worship,1 U ajn.j EventnclU I t "
pastor Worship 7 pjn.J, Wed. Pray-m mar areas, of service others" within the
er Meeting and Bible Study, i ,
churches. and these we should not neglect! but
CHURCH ,7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- h
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Ir* every Monday. 7 p.m. G vi! has laid that we should take advantage, as ,
G.F. Prevail pastor. Everyone t, ,
"Robert West, Pastor RaUord Road & Weldon St.- Welcome. we are able,of all njipoi'tunnies to give aid. I

Charles Thomas, pastor. "An vt 'hart" therefore/ uppnilunitif let nil i p7 Ido I
Hwy. 16 5 mi. East Of Starke Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- ST. CATHOLIC
Ing Worship II. Sunday Even- CHURL STARKE pant lintu/ all iiifH./ r A ,
Ing, 7 pjn.Thursday night 7:30.: Father James Cregan.pastor.
Saturday Mall 7 pjn.Sunday GALATIANS .::10 h I II
Mass, 10 ajn. Holy Day Mass, I tWi+

p .ir3 7 p.m.Confessions .- Saturday 0 I ; 4

p.m. : 1' I
School of Religion: S :

F 1 ,,3 Grade School -- Sunday II 1 ;
a.m. to 12 noon. '
High School -- Wednesday,
7 to 8p.m.

Sunday Morning Worship
9:45; Sunday School II. Sun- I

day Evening\ Worship 7:30.: .Ite. Owit loW.>p.win4 ifMr...Ml. _to VMtol*...k-(. Wednesday Evening, 7:30. fw_'".l.1akM-/... ._"rryM"M IAt....N rdM. .An,4........e.AM = p
-Wayne Wells, PastorST. "Ml'" ..-' I to KM.. ...< il CW. .. fmMMiil M whir a .., oJ l Wt w* cry. ,, "
.. ..... ...... ,..........
,.."... wd H.. knM ..!. M IMM w MARK'S EPISCOPAL I Inn- I MMi!A./. / .. M lMM wf..l. DM.. CVKrtl hr Mt. <.*. W Nw. ....... 3 Wr.
CHURCH, STARKE 4 MnuM *u4 Ml ,..">r ip..i. IM. hmwiki .-1 .C". M .'d p.', ;
Holy Eucharist, lilt and 3rd I .... N ....ClMRt 'r"'.r N H.I Mt.. .mmMM aNt.11Io,d..n.war.. .e,.. "IQl I
Sundays, 10 a.m.Morning Prayer .*.. dm vie HI. IM hM"M k l>M e ik 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday i I c..._... ....

10 'I
a.m.John M. Flynn Rector ,---------------- --- - -- -- -------

Bible School. 10 a.m. Worship -
Services. 11 'jn. and fLORIDA SERVICEyd4
6 p.m. Midweek Service. Wednesday _
7 p.m. Ladies Bible $: EST Hill KdttnnN; t'h. 9617231The
Class, Thursday U a.m.Church l

16.located ape block west on SR )(1 OHIROL Truing

-J.P.H. Bell minister ::::+. H.adlightdJusUllc
a mat COL

METHODIST CHURCH Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111
Wheel l Valance
Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor-

ning Worship II a.m. Youth :530; E. Call St. Starke, "'I". Alignment
Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor-
ship 7:30: pun. Rev. TommyL. 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Phone 961.5715 for FREE AIR CONDITION SERVICE

Milliard, pastor. Hiwijr 301 and 100
v' Inspections' and Estimates AH Minor Repair

*10 8. Temple Starke 617 N. Tempi \u. Stark

Cleaning up visual pollution : STARKE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

electricity is part of the solution.What Sunday Ing Sunday and School Breakfast- Brotherhood 9:45: 7:30; Morning Meet-a.m.; STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDS BRADFORD

Worship at 11, sermon: "Jesus ABSTRACT CO.
Cleanses \the Temple." Church SUPPLIES Inc. Grocery and Market

happens to once-foitnful flivver! tlon 13 reduced. And our society's re- Training 6:15: ; Evening Worship
7:30: sermon:"ASinner'sNeed Groceries Meats Feed 1 Itolfcr Service For You
. when they're too old for the road? Too sources are wisely recycled. for Christ.; Featuring Ac Hardware

often they become |unk-grat ugly At FPL we r. busy planning and Monday Youth Choir; Deacons OmpleU Paint Sapplles GAS AND OIL Title Problem

piles of rusting metal.But modem Americans building to provide the eJectrWty for Meeting, 7 p.m. Jack and Gladys Edwards Abstracts
want to live In a beautiful clean your needs as well as for the Important Tuesday .WMU Executive sad Sporting Good
Committee Meeting 9:45: a.m.; U. 8. SOl South Stark Till Insurance
environment.Andetectridty. fob of Improving the environment.Ill. Program, 10:15: ; Business MeeUIng. Check With Us First
; Is helping. Cleaning the air, dean- 11; Young Musician Choir PHONE "&-1312 158V.: Call Ph. 9 4-UAI

Electric compactors crush (Junked Ing the water treating 2 p.m.Wednesday Family' Night 219 Washington dl. M4-5270

cars kilo almost Ild blocks: of metal sewage,converting the Supper 6 .: Youth Choir

whfc are melted down and shaped uglyhjnkplles-electric "A" Practice. 6:20: ; Prayer CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
i Meeting and R.A.Meeting 6:30: ;

Into useful new products. Visual polluHylspartofth.sdullonl Teachers and Officers Meeting Ow..4 By ,..... W* S.ru In Twelve Northeast Florida CountiesHelphic Our Ilesaoers hive ,UeitW._
11 7:15 Church Choir Practice
8:13lThursday IdsctrlaDv"-Ky.tos* Hes kls-Phoaw
Visitation. 7 p.m.
-- --
W.A. Hogan, Pastor.

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,1... Ie. r aa I.fate
By Helen,V .*_ ,

-1 V"LEW'S .111I
(From Preceding. .P'age)

from Keystone) and, plan) and .
FOR SALE 3 bedroom Thomas, Registered Real
works for their Constitutional completely : FOR SALE A.J.
CLASSIFIED AD RATES fur. house-- located at Estate Broker Specializing in
In field
needs especially the.
of Social Security and MedI- MARY Fontfe Hose 610 W. AdMns St." Sail price All Brick .Homes Appraisals for Estates Individuals -
; Minimum Charge .... ..1.71 $7,000, financing can bA arranged and Corporate Owners.
presented care the at leading the All topics States White to be (Cevcrs IS w......) Best Grade WELDING SHOP .. Call Bill Powell;Bro We Build Any Price Also general real estate bus-

House Conference In Novemberin CARTER ker. 364-6464 Oil 9646810. Home Anywhere In Fla. loe... Thirty; Years experiencein
Washington D.C Each word ever IS-7eIo Any Sis. Any Color Whispering Pine .)dp. tfchg WE ARRANGE ALL Florida land matters. Tel.

Extra Charge If not tel US 301 a Phone FINANCINGLow 9645701. Starke Florida tfchg

PERSONALS paid la a4neCLASSIFIED PAINTS $3 Pair No. 964.8232 -wrr sew...n.rti. Down Payment

der.Harrison who visited and Marian relatives Bachel-In DISPLAY $2 Pair -No.-'! UTILITY TRAILERS raw Over a Hundred Designs FOR SALEi 39 rabbits reasonable -

New Jersey only to have Mar- |I.M Per Inch SAME' $1 Pair No. CUSTOM BUILT ONN I a OMLN Tq Choose'From Phone 1533.2313.2tp .

Ian return and enter' the /hospital. Memorial RecohUoae GAS 'AND ELECTRIC MERRILL 8)5)

Is now greatly Improvedand Proclamations, eta -7. word 2 Pair for $1 Yes WELDING BRAZING CONSTRUCTION CO.
happy In remembering all PRICE SHEET METAL 3 Miles North of Starkeon FOR SALEi: Upright piano. Call
the One folk they visited.Visit CARDS OF THANKS HOUSE OF MILO HITCHES U.S. 301 782-3085.
TRAILER BEAUTIFUL SealyMattress&spring.
were made Mr. and Mrs. flue.ell
Mixsell. Mr. Batchelders SO word. or le..L.N I Lowtey INSTALLED .. Innerspring and foam. Phone 964-8521

sister and family at Trenton, Eaeh word ever M-7o AS tfchg Regular price, $99.95 set." This Starke, Fla: tfOatriei
NJ., and on to the vacation- week, $59.95. with trade-in at JIMMY MOORE'SSUN
land In the Pocono Mountains Dahm..'. Discount" tfchg SPORTS

of Pennsylvania with friends. FOX RENT -12 wide. 2 bed- Jacksonville USED LUMBER for sale Very: NOTICE
In a recent Issue reasonable. 2x4 siding &
a report room trailer outside city. MOORE BOAT FOR
was made that Mr. and Mrs. limits J.B. White 964-6114 If flooring. 701 W. Weldon St. BARRETT
102 E. BROWNLEE Stark and Keystone YOUR MONEY
Walter Byron had spent a no answer call 964-8647. 1 tp.
Sunday as guest of Col. and heights urea Customers Water Conditioning *
Mrs. David Nelson; They did Starke Ph. 964-S791
anticipate this visitas it was moving in Fla,. Call 964-5608. tenance man or millwrightsome Hastings Mattress and Pump Co. Room Air Conditioners Complete Outboard A:
to have been on'the occasionof
Mrs. Byron's 80th birthday tfchg welding and burning experience and Upholstery 130 Court Street Touch Control Comfort Center Stern Drive Service and I
desirable. Starting
July 8. However, on July 6 I Phone 96"5832PLUMBING Too. or Thret Speed Cooling Repair. Complete Fiber-
rate South .
Mrs. Byron fractured her right 9 Bed Rooms 2-1/2 Bath ern Wood Piedmont Co. Baldwin 710 Rt. Johns AT"PALATKA Automatic Flei.bH Air CvtnTemp Flow Controls glass Repair. Custom- I

wrist In a fall and they did not t Fla. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. ThirinosfjT built Fiberglass Fishing
get to go. She is Improving and 2400 1 a Extra Urge Washable Filter
In this modern home of tchg. Boat.
expects to have the cast removed Is Open AgainFURNITURE Corrosion Resistant Casings
Water Conditioners
sq. ft., with Cent", air and heat.Don't ". made to .
soon. your Models' for Special'Windows
miss this one If you your Poed- and Pumps
On Sunday July 18, Col. Nelson individual hearingrequirements les. Clip $6.00. Bathe and
in the market for a large
of Wesley Manor suffered as as WATER FRONT
$1.50 Call Refinished
home and grounds. T.rm/.J groom Kathy Repaired
at no Sales and Rentals SALE
a serious Illness and Is a pat FOR
ient at the Jacksonville Naval Thomas, Realtor. Tel.964-5701 additional coil. Myers 5332413. 2 tchg 8/5 ReupholsteredNEW $H9ooaADE On Crosby Lakeland Crosby I

Base. Cards and messages may FOR SALE- 8 foot pool table MATTRESSES Repair Department Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet
be sent In care of Mrs. Nelsonat FOR RENTMountain Cottage balls cues rack, covers: $70. 24 Hour Service wide 8 feet deep) Located on

Wesley Manor $45 week,completely furnished. ALL MAKE HEARING 1320 Blending St." Saratoga FREE ESTIMATES. GAS State Road 100, 3 miles West
After a two months vacationand Weeks available In August AIDS REPAIRED Heights Itp. Call Collect 328-2144. of Starke Fla. Ideal for vaca-
visit with her former and September. R.E. Ed- 1971 CLEARANCE SaleAll "71 tion cottage mobile home or

friends and family,Mrs. Ber- mondson. Star Route Box 49, AINESVILLE HEARING! FOR RENT- Trailer space-af- Mobile Homes must go. Olln's and Appliances investment.
nard Slocomb has i returned to Black Mountain, N.C. 28771. ter 5 P.m. 964-8238. tfchg. Mobile Home Sales 100 West, ?rides start at 1295.00) $200
her home In Keystone.She visited Phone (704) 669-6861. tfchg AID CO. Starke. tfchg. 332 W. toiison: down and $35.00 month for 36.
her native home In Massachusetts 'Y1"nf41 is' ((8 1/2 % simple interest -

to Scotia N.Y.. for a stay with FOR RENTi Room completely Calnesvllle, Florida 32601 j vice- Carpets shampooed Hems, rips buttons simple Call 964-7701 8 ajn. to 9
her son, Bernard Slocomb, and furnished air conditioned, kitchen house traitors windows alterations. Phone 964-6883 or ElSTlW p.m.weekdays, tf
family then south with her privileges. Day 964-8344 Phone 376-0095 washed, floors scrubbed.Phone 832 W. Cypress St. I tp. I
daughter and family'the John Night 964-7084. I tp. 9645771. Boyd Service tfchg LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf

Wrlsleys of Columbia, S.C. Sale. and Service FOR SALE: Sears, electric & Country Club ready for
Mrs. Helen Tlliman Is feelIng FOR RENT Block house 1214 PFAFF ,- NECCIII lawn mower. Excellent condition HOMESAVAILABLE building on or for investment."
somewhat bettor having Bradford St." 3 bedrooms livIng HELP WANTED: Part time bar SEWING MACHINEAND New HomaUniversal $40.00. G.F. Wolfred, Lots area approximately 1/2
finally settled In her new apartment room kitchen, bath!, dining tender. Preferably female. Jr., 1240 Blending St. or call acre and larger. Paved roads
In Melrose' and she Is area CaU F.B. Beard Contact Mrs. Eland 473-4809 9S4-5504. 1 tchg. FOR only 3 minutes from town.
now preparing to visit her son Phone 9648481. 1 tp. or 473-9627 after 4 p.m. VACUUM CLEANER $49:50 up Prices start at $1295.00. $200

and daughter-in-law, the Sam- 2 tchg. Holiday Inn. Parts &: Repairs on INSURANCE YOUR LOT down and ($35.00 per month.
uel Fosters In Ei Paso Texas. SERVICE Call 964-7701,8 a.m. to 5 P.m.
FOR SALE: 1969 Ford Country ... all other Make Ma AT KKDCCgD KATCS)
Sedan Station Wagon 8 pas chines.NATIONAL.. A1JTO.JP'IBIC. BOAT
'senger. A/C Power Steering 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand All Makes ... DOTLEE.OONNERINIUA1If. : *3,5OO1500S0.
FIRST BAPTIST'CHURCH Power Windows Radio and Ste- cleaned at Dahmers Discount AGKNOT:
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS reo tape deck. Vinyl interior. fast service. tfchg All Models .... O.C. Carries Nursery
411 W. Univ.
Excellent condition. One owner -
Call 964- CALL Gainesville, Norlda' Thousands of Plants
$2300.00 Starke
Rev. Lawrence Carroll pas NEW LOCATION: Bradford FT. Fruit Trees Shade
2 378-1355 ,, Trees
5200 964-5205. tchg.
or .
wanted no experience ne-
tor. 't'' County Abstract Co. 898: N.Mc- 964.8561 or 964.6363
Sunday School 9145; Morning 7/29. Mahon St." Q block South of cessary. No phone calls applyin OFLMNQAREA Evergreens' Camellias,
Worship 11; Church Training II'JIII.. WillI'cf
6:30; Evening Worship 7:30.: Sunday, July 11. About 50 mem- TREATING DEPARTMENT .Meet la cane Plant AnyUmeLANDSCAPING
Monday Youth Choir Rehearsal bers of the clan attended. The WATER WELL DRILLING: TRAINEE Starting rate $2.40 PUMPSNEW & PAINTING

7 pjn.Wednesday second family reunion will also Shallow or" deep, 2 In. only. per. hr. Train daytime fornight worU! done realonably.Eltimateriv.n. SI MI. S.E. of Starke. Hwy 1Mriorthome
Hour of Pray be hosted at the Donald Seig- Pump & tank Installed. Call shift with writes amend AND USED .' Call Keystone Nelgh4GENERAL CALLSLADE 85J-2HJ
er 7 ler's on Lake,Swan It will be H.C. Goodman, 964-8828, or tial.- Able to read, 473-4728. 4 tp 8 /12
'htursday Visitation, 8 p.m. the lecon The "Fabulous Three Minus benefits. Apply Southern PARTS
Our pastor was away last One" were a featured part of Wood Piedmont Co., Baldwin MODERN MASONRY
FOR SALE 1970 olds 98.
?week serving as a Bible teacher the Howard Bishop Junior High Fla. 8 a.m. to 4 P.m. I tchg. FARM AND BUILDING
J at Miracle Camp in Cleve School's last PTA program held 7/29 964-7404 Nell or Tucker 9646019. 2tchg Deep nnd Shallow Wells Western Store HOME Approximately 3600 Sq. Tt.
land. Filling/ the pulpit In his In the school cafetortuni.: They Water Softeners and including: A-C Office Ajacent
absence last Sunday-was Rev. presented a program of fulk FiltersPlumbing Western &Work Clothes To Ry-Ry Ramp tor Truck

,ot -Dlck Roberta, Superintendentof and country music. Membersof FOR SALE: I960 Falcon $100. Boots & Stetson Hats SERVICES Loadlna $18,300' Terms
Missions for the Black Creek the group are VIcki Tlson, Good engine needs transmission. Supplies Saddles Tack Veterinarian CALL
It St". Johns Associations. We Philip Courtney and Leon Dun Call 964-66S8 after 5:00 Supplies BILL POWELL;
are always glad to have Rev. Their W. 7/29.
can. special guests for p.m. ,2 EXPERT SERVICE ON 6
Mon. Wed. 8 to
Roberts with us as he always the performance was Ricky ALL MAKES For equation BROKER
brings us a spirit-filled message Brown of Hampton.Mr. .a Thursday 8-12 9M-H64 -
that PHONE 96..7061DURRANCe Fri. Sat. 8 to 7 Can Jacksonville 9646810tfchg
blesses our hearts. and Mrs. George Than -
Among our visitors In the and children of Fairbanks were Main St. Lake Butler CoDed

Sunday morning 'worship service week.endIelts of his brother, Phcne, 496-6041 78 l-4055 The Glass Shop
were..the fallowing: Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Tlson, and = PUMP A SUPPLY CO.
A Mrs. ..1:011:: Braswell. Mr. family.
Mrs. Richard r rC. Turber- The Junior Woman's Club a .,n Glass t

vllle Miss Carol Cooke Ted held their monthly meeting FOR SALE1969 Nova AT. ler. Brown For
Braswell Mr. i& Mrs. Chas. UPHOLSTERYJLNETWORK / V-8. RAH; Ten acres with
at the home of Kathl Warren.
W. Smith & family. Mr. and without 1969 Mobile Home. Call T. J. MannBulldozing
The program was a demonstration AH CARS
Mrs. H.R. Carney& family Ronnie Norman 964-5963 after
And workshop for liquid
Mr. & Mrs.Joell.Courson embroidery. Mrs.Lavonla Yar- Expert Reproduction 6. lip Installed 'Whlle-U-Wait
from Jacksonville Custom Vinyl Auto !
Mrs. Leon- Tops
; brough was the winner of the
ard Hamm & daughter Andrea electric ice cream freezer given C. E. JACKSON FOR SALE- story house 4 By Th. Hour
1017 N. Main G'tHI
from Cleveland,'Jenn.: Mr. & Stark 2 baths central heat
: away by the club recently. 1313W..,Madl on bedrooms Or Contract
Mrs. L.K. Edwards u & family Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sapp and and air-conditioned wall to wall Hew *. VM
from Keystone heights Mrs children spent last week at carpeting. Phone 9648835.
Deborah PoppeU from Melrose Ormond Beach Accompanying tfchg Sale links ViIJ! 485.3710 GARAGE SALE: NewUsed:
and Mr.. Mrs.uW.A. Bishop them GENERAL FARM Clothing & Shoes. Furniture
was Mrs. Sapp's
from Mobile Ala. Mrs. Bishop mother MercedesBenzAUTHORIZED 1 ML North ef TIre Mall Breaker Florida
Mrs. Hattie McElveen, Bunk Beds, Heaters, & Misc.
is the sister of Marston Jor- of Sumter S.C. AND WESTERN STORE TOST TIME OFTEIUEO QAlNE.VIJ.LECLASP Fri. Sun. 9-6. Star Lite

don. '.p.8/jq-9/19: Motel 4 miles North: of Starkeon
team Mr. and Mrs. M.C. King oflIartavllle. .
Our ball One of the leer home $
got off to a
301. 1 .
S.C. have returned SALES & SERVICE tp.LOOKI
good start winning.their first *Wo.t.rn'Work Clothe Matte 3 B-R Central Heal
home after visit with rela-
but a rid& Air. Carpet. Mny' Extra -
game losing the secondone.
tives here their daughter and Boots Stetson Hots : all
So far the new ,ball league has GAINESVILLE *, 19.950 Shown toy AyPotobnent ENVELOPES .... \
received a good deal interest son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Saddles Tack'Veterinarian onVr. sizes.- Bradford County Tele- LOOK!
James Wise and Laura
and enthusiasm among the accompanied them. Supplies 4300 U.S. Hwy. 441 CALLBILL Union County PropertyFor
churches taking part. We are Mrs. Dock Tlson and POWELLBROKER :
looking forward to seeing many 372-4226 10"% DOWNIs Sale
games In the future., daughters last week Vicki In Daytona and Irma Beach spent Mon. Wed. 8 to 6 all it takes for a qualified Lake Butler, Fla.Chole. .
115 S.E. 2nd St. MM464 M4U19tfclX buyer to own this large 3
there they were dinner 8 12 .
11- Thursday bedroom home with family rm, Lad* Front Laft Ready
guests of Miss Kay Bennett 373-2311
former teacher and resident Fri., Sot. 8 to 7 ( HHVMMI MMHIVMBM BVV BIIMB* large eat-In kitchen, huge living For Sal., Strickland Htighti: .
MELROSEBy of Melrose. WE REPAIR and sell nearly room with fireplace nearlynew SID Zanad Homo" Only.' '
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sapp Main St. Lake Butler LU's NURSERY-- Opening Aug. every needle made for any roof new paint In & out, 1736
towe spent last weekend In Daytona 16. State certified teacher 4 brand stereo regardless of age. beautifully finished hardwood 14-Uni, Trailer; Court. GoadLocation.
Joyle'' 496.6041
Phone Also the long play records at floors fenced backyard cor- ; .
Beach. Miss Vicki Tlson attended yrs. Ages 2 to 5. Limited en-
... a birthday and slumber rollment. Phone 964-8404. $1 off regular price at Dah- ner lot, priced way below appraised

Mr. and Mrs;.14G. Mulllns party at the home of her cousin WANTEDMaid at To-Rena 2 tp 8/29 mer's Discount." tfchg value. Drive by 746S. [ DATSUNGAINESVILLE 2-Srory Apt. Bldg.'' With .4 Acrai
Westmoreland St." & If interested 31 I Land On ,.. .
and children recently spent a Miss Becky Tlson,of Fair Motel. Good pay. Come after Hordtvrfocod it "
week vacationing on Lake Ser- banks. 3 p.m. Uchg FOR RENT: 2 air conditioned call I 904 295- *.... & Soworago. Alto Buiinox

ena. Visiting the Mulllns famIly Benny Sapp celebrated his WATSON'SHOUSE' cottages Klngsley Lake. Call 2063. tfchg Property.Uuntry .
after 6 Phone 533-2366. :
at the Little'Lazy G. were 15th birthday with an Ice cream p.m.
: ....
tfchg. BOAT FOR SALE 15 ft. fibre- Subdivision' ; Largo Lott
Miss Martine Mulllns. Marshall party at his home last week. VACUUMS :
PLUMBING 4300 N. W. 13th St.
SO() HP Mer : Choice: Location For Trailort,
Christian of Daytona and Those attending were Eddie, Many( brands of new vacuums glass: wUidshtaMi
Mrs. T.F. Stewart and child- Danny Susan, Larry and David CONTRACTOR $39.00 up. Used machines from cery; Gator Tilt Trailer. For 472-4226 tome" ..
ren of Ga1neIv1 e.'f' Sapp, Jeane Sutton, Janet Chla- $10. Expert Repairs all makes. Taking applications tot more Information call John after 115 S. E. ''2nd.St.
pplnl Vicki Then Mr. and and 5:30p.in.964-7741.1to.: I :all/ Or Writ. C.B. And.,... ., Rt.
Mr. and Mrs: L.W. Child- Pacts Accessories for avacuuma. 37J-J1U 1 .
ress of Miami'spent last week Mrs. Wilbur Sapp. Mrs. DockTlson New ConstructionAnd .' Built iii Central vac- FHA-235 Box 2SO. iLolio Butlor. Phono
at Leaning Oak Manor on Lake and his parents Mr. Repairs umn cleaning systems.7U' N. REDUCE: sale & fast with 94-4471.. 4wBssn'
Geneva Their guests while vacationing and Mrs. Euguene Sapp. bobby Main Gainesville 376-7110 New Brick 3 and <4Bedroom < Bo Bese Tablets & E.Vap

were Mr. and Mrs. Tlson of Gainesville visited his Me Gill Hence Pharmacy pills". -- Andrews
Keith Sutton and children,Mel parents Mr. and Mrs. Dock BIC PENS Ball Point Refills. Can for Detail 4 tp 8/19
IJkIa. and Chris, and Barbara Tlson last week. Plumbing .- Bradford County Tele FUPNITURE
Richard Stlnson Infant son Low Down Payment
Bacoh of Jacksonville. Other KUlrose Fla. 475-1691 graph
of former ,
residents Mr. and
and Moderate Monthly ADDING d
guests were Mrs. Chlldress Mrs Richard Quality Home Furnishings
sisters Mrs:B.K; Ball Pens-. Stlnson. a Pa7ldentsLONGCHAMPtDOMEB
} patient In Alachua General Hospital CARL BEGGS Custom Draperies
cola Mrs. WJf.'Jone.ofJack
due to a broken leg. VACATION MONEY CarpetingInteriors "
sonville Mrs., Mrk.T.AV; CMldress's. mother Tracy Stlnson of Holiday, is College Students--Mothers- Gulf Service F1eea MACHINES by Victor 0 f.

MEag Donna Murphy.Westmoreland visiting her uncle, Mr.and Mrs. Average $8.00 for 3 hours dally.Custom.r VSEDPAKTS: M4IIS2 1800 Park Ave Orange Park
Ill seeli: am r. ,
)>' Jerry'Minson and family. Also Service from your tf thru $ithe (
dtftighter d"R ; and 244-1331
Tlf Prices for Wrecked CbHM
W.ltmorelanct.-L' has visiting them are Dean and home, hours flexible. Write: ft""
returned Becky Stlnson of Dunedin. WATKINS PRODUCTS, Inc., Bow Wrecker Serttee OPTIC SUPPLIES
J from a year's',stay in Houston, Mrs. Jackie Ammend Is home Ladies Division Dept. 7-3. M.
i Teas and Is' continuing her recuperating from a stay In the) S., Box 2447 Memphis, Term. Fuel OU SEWING M-ACHINE-Cleaned. TTPEWRITKR IF WE DON'T RAVE IT Classified

I nursing careec.al.the:.Medical University hospital she suffered broken 38102. I HP.nr -Vied Can oiled and.adjusted In your ADDING MACHINES: _'U get II& for you Office
of Florida
; annual'Selgler family ribs and a punctured lung as Hwy. Ml N. w:.... home, $3.00. Vacumn cleaner BuppUti. Furniture. Equip-
Thrradon wind. at the the result of a fall. Miss Tree me DONT HATE n' M-ItN repairs also. All work guaranteed. Bradford Count meal. Bradford Cwuaty Ads
aha Turner
and Roberta
Steuer- Dennis Phone
maA/Mrs. E. Coggins,
home d Mr. Selgler !lain home well get M lee JMM. Offle
on Swan .Lake .near Melrose stay la are Washington after D.C.a week's ......... V.-,, .. >z.-. 431-1428 chg T.kgroph
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