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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 21, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Vol. 94 STARKE, FLORIDA 15s! 0\ \

No. 45 Thursday, June 21 1973 Copy






Starke Sever Lawtey Leads In FinesAs Chief Ken Fuqua


Bradford municipalities Bradford County municipalities -

began receiving their checks that have phasedout
for their share of the fines their own municipal
MoratoriumLifted and forfeitures collected In courts are to receive their
share of the funds collected
county court, Lawtey surprisingly
received the largest following an opinion by Atty.
Gen. Robert Shevtn at the

amount.While Lawtey has only one Judge request Elzle of Sanders.Bradford County Post

June 18Starke patrolman. Marshal Mlllard( Resigns City
Jordan received $5,542 from Bradford County Clerk Gilbert

the county court as comparedto S. "Gib" Brown mailed
$5,385 for Starke which
(See Page 5))
has 11 officers.
land owners and builders

received good news Tuesday night whenit No FutureIn

was learned the moratorium preventing i ,

new sewer connections in the city z,,,,,,

has been lifted by the Department of .K PoliticsHe .

Pollution Control in Jaoksonville. '
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"About six weeks ago we prove the percentage of pur- .- o; Says '
'
were faced with< a sewer mo ification.

ratorium. We'd like to announce The problem won't be solved antra Ken Fuqua won '
Its over" EngineerDon however until the city's; .
Ruckman told the city leaking lines are repaired. the Starke police f

council In an announcement Engineers now say there is .. enters Job twice ,
that both surprised and pleased too much sand and trash in a
council members and some sewer lines to block them / and is a 15-year I

20 persons at the meeting.A from manhole to manhole and .+ *" ? wfem. veteran of law enforcement ,

new operating permit was guage whether leaks exist and but I fI

Issued the city; Monday June where they are. he
night
18. The four-year permit Is Tuesday
good provided the treatment Instead they recommend that announced his resignation Chl.f Kn Fuqua
be introduced
television cameras
maintains Its purification
plant standards until June 18, into the lines to show to the city you stay In debt the next
pictures of leaks and breaks. council with Just two years" Fuqua points out.
1977.The That Is expected to cost a-
has been under a
city two months to
operating permit bout $1 per foot or some e Ra over "A man asked yesterday

temporary and the moratorium on new $80.000. go on his second 'Why don't?you' do the way
used to
W they
connections Imposed for the After the TV inspection the term.
past 10 weeks because the lines still must be repaired. i "I said 'No way, man.' I
city treatment plant had not Some will be patched In spots "There Is no future In politics couldn't go home and lay down
been purifying sewerage to< and some lines will have to ;, ," Chief Fuqua told The then. ." Fuqua said he never
the 90 per cent level required be replaced altogether, Ruck- Telegraph Wednesday morn has taken money from sources
by state law. DPC first man says. ing after his surprise announcement other than his salary as
told the city It could make Tuesday night. police chief "and I'm not
limited new connections but Ruckman's engineering firm w about to start now;'

later said no new connections Bessent Hammock and Ruck t ; ;' :; "Pm trying to look"out for "It Just boils down to no
would' be allowed. man of Jacksonville, Is proposing Yillriairrliw 'y c my family and myself future. in politics" Fuqua

Cause of the poor treatment a $2.2 million sewer Fuqua disclosed he will work states.
level, as city: officials have project to the city to renovate as a meter reader under City "I've been thinking about
long known lo ground: water upgrade and extend sewer ser Clerk MerrUl Edwards.' HU the people for a long time, but
Infiltrating Into the sewer sys vice to many city residents .. resignation is effective tomorrow now I have to start thinking
now doing without city sewers. June 22. ''
breaks Friday
and and family
tem through leaks $1.7 ,, about myself my
The firm is seeking a
The plant has Now 38 Fuqua says he has
In the lines. ,
million federal grant from "It costs you a bundle tc
connect to enter law enforce-
some 1,550 sewer the U. S. Environmental Pro- run every two years, then no plans
about He began
work again.
ions which should mean tection Agency over the next ment
550,000 per day of effluent five years. The remainderwill his lawman's career in 1959
should be going through the be made up the engineers as a Starke policeman and
plant.In plan with $565,000 in HatcherTo worked his way up to assist-
the city is expected ant chief.
bonds
Starke's case, however, revenue resigned from the
leaks and breaks In sewer to sell. Fuqua
after 13
city police force
lines allow extraneous water Head
leakage problem He then served one
The water years.
Into the system at rates uj
must be stopped before the year as a Bradford County
to one million gallons per
will be considered for deputy sheriff under former
city
making the total that
day RotariansCol.
Sheriff P. D. Reddish.
passes through the plant at< federal sewer upgradingfunds
In 1968 he ran for the police -
times 1.5 million gallons per Ruckman says. i chiefs post winning over
Harry Hatcher will
day.City engineers regained tlustate's The city council Is tenta- be Installed as presidentof Ms former chief Bill Rosser
tively considering having$1.8 Clubas and incumbent chief Bobby
90 cent the Starke Rotary
treatment required level by Introducing per million in revenue bonds val- Grunchiddy Start. ed Something. they hold their annual Biggs. In 1971 Fuqua ran again defeating
and second term,
idated by July 18. No coun- of Officers Banquet won a
Into the system Installation
polymer
a
Bo-
and Jimmy
cilman Tuesday night would Rosser
at the
to make solid waste pro Friday night
ducts coagulate and settle out say he would approve actually Granddaddy started something the first tim he "I. don't run the blade while Lori is riding, "Hw Starke Women's Club. wen.

faster. Use of the chemical Initial all selling seem that to think many an bonds issue, but of rod id-month-old Lori Lynn Mann on his mower Now som, who lives on SR-100 South of Stark, is quickto William D. Hood will be (S*. Page 6))

$50 agent cost day the and city Is still an costIng at least part of that $1.8 million the small, blond and, biue-.y.d charmer wants to ride state. Installed president-elect

$28 per per day. must be let. very time she visits Grand Dad Ernl Newsome and, Lori's parents are Louis and Dorothy Nwsom while Gerald WUlIams will

must cited are that to know, h* can't rfus Mann of Stark. be installed as secretary; RauifatlAveru
Reasons you
Use of the polymer Fred A. Lewellen, treasurer;;
continue: until a third stage secure the federal sewer grant and Jim Temple as sergeant-
of treatment can be addedto at least 25 per cent local at-arms. '
the plant. Plans are mme funds must be available. The es

drawlnff board now fora : city now has some $500,000
$60,000 clarinet which Engineer in cash in the form of bond 1973 Florida Legislature ..
Ruckman says will 1m- reserve funds from previous 6.511.
issues. That could be used
for the sewer project matching Rain fell six of nine days
Breakfast food packages! funds but would leave the during the week from June

are going to feature educational city with no funds to finance W illiams Says 11-19, but the month's 6.5-
material, according tc purchase of a new $730,000 Outstanding Inch total Is short of June's
a news item. There Is the electric plant generator now 50-year average of 10.3 inches -
danger that the child who
on order. ; ,
flunks cereal boxes may for local contributions $90 million to Initiate full C .i\ On June 12 the Santa Fe
drop out of breakfast alto Thinking now seems to be Representative Frank Wil- funding. nue to Florida public schools state assumption of the cost '" tower on US-301 south of
gether. to purchase the generator with liams CD)District 25 says the and secondary ? inches
The Assessment is assessed fairly, required[ of elementary / Starke! recorded 3.1 ,
..- revenue bond funds lettingthe 1973 session of the Florida Property construction across during the
rainfall
school heaviest
--- -' Florida Constitution,
remain financially Admlnsltration and Finance by our / Ii.
city was an outstandIng /'J The fire tower also
Legislature the state. week.
solvent by keeping the $500- Law gives Florida the most he states.
t&in disappointing
".fIf.-- .. in bond funds on session although advanced system of property In the area of State spendingthe "This was one of the recorded .6-lnches on June
000 reserve
,. of its 1.3-Inches
In some June 15 .5-
-- In platform 13, ,
major planks
1973 adoptedan my
the Legislature
;:;;- '." : ,'..:::.:: .:. hand to match the sewer mon tax administration In Col. Harry Hatehr JuneS
-"" actions. It all time record budget Ui: seeking my first term inches June 17, .5 on
.-. :::: ies the city hopes to secure nation, Williams says.
June 19 for
,,.,.: '.-.":::'. from EPA. "In my opinion the pas assures that the property of $3.9 billion he notes. to the Legislature says According to outgoing president and 1.2 on a
,. -. :'C' sage of Committee Substitute which produces the reve- Included in that amount was Williams. "Mac" Baldwin, Winston total of 73 Inches.
.M' But that still leaves the for House Bill 734, by "Now 1 local property tax K. Pendleton, a nationally The New River tower onR100
.7 problem of fixing the leaking the House Education Committee will be relieved of known public speaker > west of Starke recorded -
lines. In that the city EducationAct Work Release Inmates payers .9 Inches on June 12,
sewer the Florida this expensive burden." Williams and writer from Windermere
-. .- faces $80,000 In survey costa of 1973 and House Bill points out that this 'la, will be the principal 1.6 Inches June 15, .4 Inches
June 18
even before the first leak is 1331 the Property Assessment done within and below speaker. Windemere is a June 17, .4 !Inches
"
,:. patched.No Administration and Finance Now Using Lawtey Schoolbe was the most conservative estimates town of about 350 but witha and 1.2 Inches June 19 for
of !Inches.
total 4.5
Dance councilman now seems to Law by the House Committeeof of anticipated revenue Rotary Club with 80 mem- a
Finance & Taxation made The Louis Hill tower at
bers.
the imposition
Sponsored By like the idea of a talked bond Is to- upfor_ the disappointments" The former Anderson School used as headquarters for of and any without new tax. Pendleton Is a member Highland recorded .3 Inches
sue. Councilmen been put the Inmates at night and over Club of Wind- June 15, .5 Inches on June
on
claimed they near Lawtey has In addition, the 1973 Legislature of the Rotary
night all The 1973 Legislature provided -
Little Women'sClub havent Tuesday made their minds up our state with a more Into use as a Lawtey Com- the weekends, when they are passed more than ermere and is .a past District 17, .3 on June 18 and 1.2
not out working In the area. of District June 19 for a total
to vote a bond Issue but understandable effective munity Correctional Vocational 70 other major bills of great Governor inches on ,
none offered a way aroundone. equitable and adequate program Training Center by the While details have not yet benefit to the people of Florida 760, which covers Eastern of 2.3 Inches.
Friday, Jun. 22 of public school financing. Division of Corrections, says been worked out the inmatesare covering human rights, Virginia. Rain' has fallen !In abundance
Hello Williams says. James T. Wainwright, chief expected to prove useful education, consumer protection The title of his speech in several areas of the county -
8:30 12:30 Ruckman however Is talk- It places. Florida at the very counselor of the prison unit. In community projects such health, environment bears the same title as one the Florida Forest Service -
/ ing of a $L7 million In fed- pinnacle" of the nation in said workmenhad as helping out as volunteer elections, local government of his books. "AW, STOP states but other areas
P.rson Wainwright .
$1.50
eral funds over five years elementary, and secondary been Installing dormitoryand firemen. law enforcement transportation WORRYIN. Worry and anxiety remain extremely dry and

N.w Armory plus $1,8a million In revenue education finance continued cafeteria facilities to ac- When questioned about an taxation and governmental he a+Wa, cause more susceptible to fires startedby
bonds total of $3.5 million the Starke Democrat. Despite comodate 100 prison Inmates inmate who escaped early last reform. The total unhappiness and misery >In lightning. The Forest Service -

Band: the.city could: spent on many obstacles thrown who will be housed there while week from the facility and still of all bills, local and general; the world than all other urges residents to remain -
its utility system In the com- In its path by Inflation a assigned under the work release at large Walnwrtght quickto passed by both houses and factors combined. watchful of fires and toreport
Styrofoam Soul ing five years.Councllmen rapidly Increasing population, program. point out that the man had sent to the Governor by the "And none of It is necessary them when they sea

do seem to agree an unexpected and crippling While the construction Is been part of a crew from 1973 session was 671 bills ," as he offers a workable a fire, phone 964-5436.
c-... that raising the present decision of our own Supreme not yet complete the first the prison which had been including 483 House bills plan that will rid you Five fires so far in June
$3.50: per month sewer ser- Court and the preoccupation 47 Inmates moved Into the assigned to work on the project and 188 Senate bills. of all your worries. have burned 33 acres In Brad
'
QHjr dJommunity and not a work release For 15 years, Mr. Pendleton Two fires were
vice charge Is a necessity, of Impeachment or censure facilities over the weekend. Williams the House ford.County.
Sank i Inmate. says worked In Washington( deliberately started and burned -
Stair must be proceeding, the Legislature
and that something who did Its work in less session
counselor ElementarySchool columnist -
The chief Anderson
D.C. newspaper
the wateraya Williams says finally placed as a 12 ores Two other fireswere
done to place has been with the prison system was phased out several time than usual spending and public relations con and
started by lightning
either by Florida In -the forefront of
Its feet
w....*.. U..JU, tem on said the
T...._kr.- repairing broken water me- all the state In the adequacy for 15 years unit will (S.e,Pag. 5)) ($.* P.g. 6)) sultant. burned 18 acres
........ ters or raising rates. and fairness of its educational minimum security



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. Weddings

: Birthdays rLJ 11/ Birthspowers


: }Anniversaries' :!lite l. if 1. 9M'7f1he.. lj ,ew Personals Parties '


Club Meetings

Ghd>s Moot}', Society Editor, JUOJLIC

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Phyllis Meng -- lr Coffee Honoring Melinda/ M urwin ColemanKirklandDate Recital Held I

.'" Weds Mr. Dyal Set June 23 By Pupils Of f
v Weds Mr. McClureIn k' Debbie A us tin, I

S t. William s 6 nee: -Ek c / Miss Melinda Rebecca Mur Mr. and Mrs. Jesse B. Louise Stern
Arnold Dyal the approa-
win and Jerry Coleman announce
y Debbie Austin. Aug. Jr. of Starke were married ching marriage of their daughter The pupils of Miss Louise
Miss Phyllis Irene Meng, Miss bride-elect of Robert Shep- last Friday at 8 pm. in St. Barbara Ann to DavidJ. Stern were presented in a
s daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 25 of Brunswick Ga., Luke's Episcopal Church in Kirkland son of Mr. and piano recital Tuesday June
r Paul I. Meng of Hampton pard honored at a "coffee" Jacksonville.The Mrs. J.T. Kirkland Jr., 12, attheFlrstBaptlstChurch.Appearing .
was
Lake became the brideof at the home all of Starke.
Saturday morning bride daughter of Mr.
Kenneth Paul McClure.son wedding will be an
The
Co- on the program
of the late Mr. and Mrs. of Mrs. J.E. Hardy. and Mrs. Roland V. Murwin event of Saturday June 23, Lisa Alvarez Eli-
Mrs. H.M.
were :
Kenneth A. McClure, on Friday hostesses were Jr., graduated from Terry at 8 p.m. at the Churchof zabeth Barrett John Thompson -
Mrs. W.S.
r',' evening June IS, at Hatcher Baas, ,Mrs.Jr.W.H., HartMrs.L.A. Parker High School in Jack God on N. St. Clair St.. Stacey Denmark Joyce
7 o'clock in St. William'sCatholic sonville.
Starke. Odom
Mrs.M.A. Payne Wainwright Cynthia
Canova
of
The bridegroom son
relativesare
Church Keystone friends and
All
Irene Wainwright
Norman
and
Heights. Rev. Maurice Im- Mrs. G.A. Gay Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Arnold invited to attend. Cindy Mar-
Ken Thompson,
Hamilton. ,
H.B.
hoff the Dyal of Starke graduatedfrom
performed ceremony.
Hernandez
Carlos
,
J Mrs. E. A. Lamm, organist Colorful arrangements of BUS.Following. ___ a tin Horsey Hernandez, Paula
shasta daisies and spring Yolanda
to Disney
presented a program used in the a trip Mrs. Carl Mathews Dee Carter and Terri Smith.
of nuptial music.Highlighting flowers were World the couple will residein Mr. and Mrs. T.L
party rooms. visited Mr. and
the altar were Starke.
Mrs. Hardy greeted guestsat Breazeale in High Springs Following the recital a
two baskets of spring flowersat
w \ Sandra Huggins the door and presentedthem Sunday. social hour was enjoyed.ServIng -
each side.
to the receiving line Ian and Stacey McLendonof as hostesses were Mrs.X. .
r Bev-
Earl of Gainesville Anne Miller and
Sperber and Graduates From composed of the honoree.her Islamorado are spending Mary Mr. M. Smith Mrs. J. E.
visiting
attended as best man Mrs. W.F. Austin, several weeks with their erly Meng are Denmark and Mrs. W.A.
mother
Martin Meng brother of the and Mrs. W. M. Meng at St.
usher. Altar Nursing SchoolMiss Mrs. M.H. Sheppard, and grandparents Mr. and Mrs.R. Beach this week. Stern.It's .
bride was Petersburg
Mrs. Kate Sheppard.Mrs. P. McLendon.
boys were Joe. and Mike I
Sandra Hugging Hatcher and Mrs.
bride.
of the
Meng Miss brothers Mary Joyce Meng daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hart invited guests to the Pea Picking Time

attended her sister as maid George hugging graduatedfrom coffee table which was covered
Santa Fe community with an imported white AtBOWLING'S
of honor. She wore an em-
of pastel College School of Nursingon cutwork cloth and centered
Yt pire style voile; gown with gathered June 15 and Is employedas with an arrangement sweet-

t plaid waist and small flocked a graduate nurse at heart roses In a silver bowl PRODUCEU.S.

daisies and pastel ribbon the Alachua General Hospital. flanked by single silver can-
dle holders with pink tapers. 964-5364 Downtown Starke
t belt with..small florets. She 301
Presiding at the silver
carried a nosegay of spring
coffee service were Mrs.
flowers. Paul Mrs. J.A. Griffin -
Bridges
The bride given in mar-
riage by her father, wore Mrs. W.B. Mundy and

/I Ffi' of embossed polyesterwith
gown accented Mrs. S.G. Denmark Mrs.
A. f A iK./e: / ic : 'tin ( (:nno// with scooped organdy neck ruching, and T.C. Hazen Mrs. J.V. Crosby

and ruffle Mrs. Carl Hurst Mrs.
a
Miss Julia Elizabeth Mob- sion with matching lace down seed around pearls the bottom of the H.M. Hatcher m, Miss Jayne

ley, daughter of Mr. and either side framing her face. detachable train. Her fingertip Hardy and Miss June Hardy.
Mrs. C. Wade Mobley of She carried white butterfly veil of Illusion was I Corsages were given to the

Salisbury, N.C., and Larry roses gypsophla and stephanotis secured to a cluster of satin S honoree the two mothersand
Clinton Mingledorff son of with Baker's fern ribbons decorated with seed grandmother. The honoreewas
Arthur Clinton Mingledorff centered with a white hybrid carried also presented with a

of Keystone Heights were orchid.A pearl a cascade of daises and pink serving piece of her chosen
Saturday reception was held in silver pattern as a memento
united in marriage on bridal roses Interspersed with
June 16, at 12 noon the church Fellowship Hall. Ivy and baby's breath with of the occasion. P
In the First Presbyterian Standing in the receivingline white satin streamers. She About 150 guests were Invited -

Church In Salisbury N.C. were the bride and groom, wore a pearl pendant, a gift to call between the 7n 'tjTirWL
Dr. George C. Bellingrath the bride's parents thegroom's of the groom.A hoursten and twelve o'clock. q.4
grandfather of the bride.per- father and bridal reception was held at Out-of-town guests were
formed the nuptials. attendants.The the home of the bride's parents Mrs. W.F. Austin of Brunswick -
Decorating the church were bride's table was cov- on Hampton Lakewherethe Mrs. N.S. Daniel and
three large arrangementsof ered with yellow tableclothand bride's table was covered Mrs. Meed Lewis of Lake _

yellow spring flowers, was centered with an with an embroidered linen JonesVarnesEngagement City Mrs. G.L. Colgln of
pew markers and two arrangements arrangement of yellow roses cloth centered with an arrangement Keystone Heights, Miss Jayne Sn..
in the vestibule. and spring flowers. The of pink spring I Told Hardy of Atlanta and Miss ,I
Presenting a program of tiered wedding cake was top- flowers and flanked by silver June Hardy of Valdosta.
nuptial music were Miss ped with a nosegay of fresh candelabra with burning --- 4
flowers. Mrs.Floyd Williamsof Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jonesof
Jan Corrlher organist Dr. Mrs. William
pink tapers. Starke announce the engagement -
Salisbury cut the cake. Members of Beta Sigma
Lawrence B. Bond soloist, M. Meng and Mrs. Earl
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mor- and approaching Phi attended the Alhambra
and Dr. Dale Hlgbee flutist, of Salisbury kept thebride's Sperber cut-the bride's cake marriage of their daughter dinner theatre In Jacksonville You '.1u ills/ I'i .1o/.1/f'/ // .
who plays with the Charlotte gan at one end of the table, '111'r' (t. .II. Our ri *
book. Assisting In Darlene Denise, to Larry recently. Those attendingthe
Orchestra. All
Symphony John L. and Miss Sallye Meng pre- John Varnes son of Mr.
Mrs.
N.C. serving were first social event of the
from
Salisbury bowlat
are sided at the punch and Mrs.. Lewis Varnes of
Thomas Daniel Petersonof Johnson of Fairmont N.C., end. summer were Mr. and Mrs. 1.00 1l11.
the opposite
Broxton Ga. was best Mrs. Harold Isenburg and Meng kept Lake Butler. C.W. Slade Dr. nd Mrs.
Miss Beverly
Ushers were Larry Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hurst The wedding will take place Harry Gruen Dr. and Mrs.
man.
bride's book.
all of Salisbury. the Sept. 1 at 7 p.m. In the Richard Odom Mr. and Mrs.
Wade brother of
the bride Mobley Charlotte N.C.; After a week's wedding The Gainesville young couple following Is residingin a Bayless Highway Baptist Grady Overstreet and guests We Have Peas For You To
Church with reception, in
Va. a
to Beach
trip Virginia Mrs. Virginia Madden West
OakjGeorge
Bruce Ward to Tampa for
trip
the couple is residing in wedding the church dining Kail. Palm Beach, Candle Meama
Hanna Miami Edwin Hans- Buy .
; the weekend. They plan a
All friends and relativesare
Atlanta Ga. and Mr. and Mrs.Lynn Hamil
ford Lynch Albany Ga.and Puerto
; to San Juan
trip
invited to attend the
The bride Is the granddaughter ton.
Walsh Statesvtlle N.C. of
Barry Rico for the middle wedding and reception.
Miss Tort Roemer, of WIn- of Dr. and Mrs. GeorgeC. September.The ,
stone-Salem N.C., was maidof Bellingrath of CUntonS.C. bride Is employed with ------- -

honor and Mrs. Larry and Mrs. W.L. Mobley and Register Oil Co. in Gaines- Joe Groomsand
Mrs.
and
Wade Mobley sister-in-law the late Mr. Mobley of Wll- ville and Mr. McClure is Mr. Miss Alline Bo-
of the bride of Charlotte liamston N.C. Miss Mobleyis employed by the City; of family Leonard of
N.C., was matron of honor. a Junior at Emory UnI- Gainesville.Mrs. zard, and Dority

Bridal attendants were Miss versity in Atlanta where she ..... Columbia S. C. were guests Tuxedo Bed
of Mr. and Mrs. 88"
Joy Johnson FalrmontN.C., is a member of Dooley's last week Sofa
Miss Debra Maness of Troy Dolls. She is on the Dean's N. K. Hurst has returned J. L. Bradley. They all attended -
home In indianapolis the Warren family reunion -
her
N.C., and Miss Eugenia Ows- list and is a math major. to
ley of Charlotte N.C. Junior The bridegroom is the Ind. after aweek'svisit at the Warren cottageon ,
bridesmaid of Miss Cynthia grandson of Mrs. Min with her sister Mrs. Lake Serena Saturday.Mr. ..

Mingledorff sister of the gledorff and the late Mr. Clyde Sinclair.Mr. : "
groom of Keystone Heights.The Mingledorff of Savannah, and Mrs. Charles Dur- \
attendants wore formal Ga. Mr. Mingledorff Is a and Mrs.Burnell Cald- kee and family of Framingham ,.
length gowns of poly organza. junior at Emory University; well and children of Lake Mass will arrive Mon- 1
The skirts were 3-D print where he Is a pre-dental Wales were Saturday visitors day to spend a month at the
maqua. The bodice was student. He graduated from of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cald- Carl Johns' Kingsley Lake

solid with a tiny pleated Keystone Heights High School well. home.
ruffle bishop sleeves and where he received the John -
ruffled cuff. Their head- Philip Sousa band award, the
pieces were an aqua bow Amrican Legion School
of poly organza and shoulder award the superintendent'saward AQUARIUMSALE
length Illusion. They car- of Academic Excellence -

ried yellow roses gypsophla and a scholarship at
yellow daisies and Baker's graduation. 1T.b

fern.Miss ..... ? 1
Teresa Moore of Sal- III' Lms. M.kting t
isbry N.C. was flower girl Friends of Dr. and Mrs.T. lOgal. 4.99 P1 i i2Oga1. CAr \ '
and wore a formal length G. Ritch of Jacksonville, f i
gown designed like those of former Starke residents will i
the other attendants. be Interested to know that 11.99
The bride given In marriageby their son Tom Rltch and ,
her father wore a Prls- Miss Toni Zobrisky of Silver !
cllla of Boston formal length Spring Md. were mar- 30gal 21.99
gown of Imported candlelight ried on May 30 In Charlottesville -
silk organza styled with an Va. The couple Is residing With\2 '
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Luncheon Given 0-, i 'f -., Joint Recital BALDWIN


For Mr. Hobbs t, ''rJl'f By Music And


And Mrs. Wasdin ;- Dance Students Chevrolet Olds

A dance and music recitalwas .
A retirement luncheon hon rrr held at the Starke WO-
boring J. C. Hobbs principalof j -" man's Club on Friday, June Continues; Their
Southslde Elementary 1, given by the students of
School and Mrs. Gladys Was- Mrs. E.M. Davis and the
din, fourth grade teacher atSouthslde. Dorothy Winter Salazar School
was given by elementary of Dance.
teachers of the The piano students were: Spectacular
school at noon Monday June Teresa Boyce Robin Chism,
11, at the Homestead Restau- : Tina Ekard. Joey Her res,La-
rant In Keystone Heights. r ; 4q ; % tain Herres Ronnie Kelly
Centering the table where Vicki Nucula, Karen Reddish Sale
Used Car;
guests were seated was an Randy Reddish, Donna Tyler
arrangement of spring flow and Betsy Yawn. Guest pianist -
was Dianne Yawn.
ers.Mr.. Hobbs and Mrs. Wasdin The dance presentation was
were'given personal gifts from given by Sarah Biggs Erika "Every Thing Has Got To Go"197J
the group. Mrs. Wasdin was Gruen, Elizabeth Kopolousos
also presented with a novelty Teresa Knepper Missy Pfels-
"schoolroom"corsage,and ter. Marla Reddish Lorle
Mr. Hobbs received a boutonniere Salazar, Gina Shaw,and Maria
of colorful golf tees. Thomas. Chevrolet; ImjMtla

Mrs. Hobbs was a special Ed Pfelster was master 4 Door Sedan Loaded with Tilt Wheel. Air Conditioning, Cruise
guest at the luncheon and received of ceremonies at the end
a corsage of tlssiM of the program, flowers were Control. All the Chrome, Options and AM/FM Stereo. Like new

paper. flowers and golf tees followed presented by to all. refreshments the students all over (only 5,000 miles). _

A served by the mothers of $4495
the students.
Retired Teachers 1971 Olds, ToroiifH/o

Burgandy Red with Black Top. Fully Equipped for your Driving
Have LuncheonIn (4\ Pleasure. Extra Special.

Lake ButlerThe t -\'h $3595

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retired teachers' groupof 1 Cat. 4 Dr HT
Bradford and Union Coun- 1972 Pontiac

ties held a luncheon meeting I\ I w a 1, Dark Green with White Vinyl Top. AM/FM Radio. Power Steering
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last Thursday at the Lake- ;
side Civic Center In Lake 1 1 NewArrivals Power Brakes. Air Conditioning. Only 24,000 miles. This would

Butler. : t I make a great family car.
The luncheon table was ,. : S3195
overlaid with a white cut-
work cloth and arrangementsof
I Shasta daisies and poppies 1971 Ford Torino 500 4 Door
were used decoratlons. Mr. and Mrs. David F.
Miss Madge Middleton pre- Griffith of Newnan, Ga. announce Power Steering Power Brakes Automatic Transmission, V8 En-
sided over a short business .. the birth of a son gine. Air Conditioning Radio Heater and Tape System. Blue Paint
s.-
session. Mrs. Mona Ca- li Adam Reese on June 6.
nova Installed the new officers Maternal grandmother Is with matching Blue Vinyl Interior. Clean.
comparing the groupto Mrs. R.W. Reese of Starke.
the welfare of all retired --
Those Installed: Mr. and Mrs. David B.
Mrs.persons.Frances HamUton, pre- Gigantic Sun Flower stalks grow In the Harry Mooty Smith Jr. announce the birth 1971 Chevrolet Impala 4 Door Sedan

sident; Miss Madge Middleton back yard. Mona Marchant, a mere fiv -f..t-two, of a son, David Andrew, Rosewood Paint with Black Interior. Power Steering, Power Brakes,

Anderson, vice-president, treasurer; Mrs.; Mrs.Eva Is really a shorty compared to this 954-foot stalk.. on ral June Hospital.15, In Alachua Gene- Air Conditioning Automatic Transmission, Tinted Glass. New WSW
-
Ruth Frazier, secretary; and --- Tires and only 21,000 miles. Hurry on this one.
Mrs. Kate Sheppard publicity
chairman. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Mine- Mrs. Frank Weaver of Wil- $2395
Mrs. W. Minchew and Mrs. DUPLICATE BRIDGE singer Mr. and Mrs. Curtis llston Is visiting her son,
Mona Canova were selectedto CLUB RESULTSThe Sanders Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Weaver Jr., and Mr.
be chairman and cochairman John Bradley Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson this 1971 Ford 3/4 Ton V8
, of the newly formed and Mrs. Robert Ward attended week. Mrs. Weaver and
committee of "Informativeand Duplicate Bridge Club the Alhambra dinner thea- Mrs. Jackson visited their 4 Speed Air Conditioning Power Steering Power Brakes, One
Protective Services." held its quarterly tournament tre In Jacksonville Tuesday parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.G. See this today. Runs like new. Dark Green Paint.
Twelve members attended Tuesday night with five tables night. Miss Anne Haney of Loudon, Sr., In Keystone Owner.
Atlanta Ga., sister of Mrs. Heights Monday and celebrated
from Bradford County. In play. In first place .
were Miss Bernice Brenke and Mlnesglnger, was a memberof Mrs. Weaver's birthday.Mr. $2395
.L IF- the cast at the theatre.
Mrs. H. F. Strickland
Jeff Reid of Wilmington ond place Mr.and Mrs.;!town sec- and Mrs. Wilson Hayesof Sedan
1972 Pontiac Cat. 4 Dr
Mr. and Mrs. Curds San- El Paso Texas were
Dela. Is a guest this week sent Dent; tieing for third
of Stan Reddish. Jeff and were T. A. Sundem and Cur- ders and son spent two weeks weekend guests of Mr.They and White with Blue Top and Trim. 28,000 Miles with all Power and
along with Rhaymer tis Sanders; Mrs. M. A.Baldwin attending: the graduation of Mrs. E. W. Hayes.
Howell and Tommy Reddish and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton Dr. W.H. Green from law all spent Father's Day with Air Conditioning. Clean Sharp Car.
spent Tuesday night In Or- ; and Mrs. F. J. Shaw and school In Washington D.C. Mr. and Mrs. John DeasIn
lando and Wednesday at Dis- Mrs. Carl L, Johns. on June 3, and visiting In Lake City and also cele- $2995
ney World. Raleigh N.C. and Spartan- brated E.W.Hayes'89th birthday -
burg S. C. .
\.,r_ _-J..r<'!.,:(\\I/rrr( / 1971 Dodge Polara Custom 4 Dr
Mr. and Mrs. Don Harden-

brook visited his mother Power Brakes Air Conditioning Gold with Black
11) Mrs. Essie Hardenbrook in Power Steering,
r- ) a nursing home In Greenville, Vinyl Top. 41,000 Miles with good Tires and in good shape. Buy

S.C. over the weekend. They this one under book value.
also visited Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Hardenbrook and Mr. $1895
Now and Mrs. David Hardenbrook
Open
i In Six Miles S. C.
1968 Olds 98 L.S. Royal
Mrs. W. W. Hood has been
under observation and treat- This was a Limited Edition Car in '68. It must have everythingOlds

The Magic ment past at two Riverside weeks. Hospitalthe offered that year, also a One Owner Car. Road Ready with

New Tires.
Needle Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Norton -
Sr. and daughter were $1395
Sunday guests of their son-

1517 Bessent Rd. in-law and Mrs.and Frank daughter.Johnsonln Mr. 1971 Chevrolet KingslVood Estate

Keystone Heights.
Nine Passenger Wagon, Sky Blue with all Power (Sold new by us)
9646300Yarn Mr. and Mrs. BallyB. A perfect vacation wagon for the family. Sold new for over 6000.
Walling held a family
reunion at their home on
North 301 on June 8 to 11. $3895
Those attending were Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Walling of
Starke Mr. and Mrs. Larry 1967 jn'H\ally: C.udet; /
Walling of Springfield Mo.,
Mr. and Mrs. John Walling 4 Cylinder, 4 Speed Transmission. Runs like new. Silver Gray

of Miami Mr. and Mrs.Bob- Paint with Black Paint Stripes. A nice little car all over.
by Chandler of Melbourne,
and their families.
$895
Mr. and Mrs. E.H. Register
Needlepoint of Orlando were last

Wednesday and Thursday 1956 Jeep "'id..l Wheel Drive
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry -
Godwin. 4 Speed Transmission, Metal Top. and New Tires and Engine.

Runs like new, go anywhere. Get Ready for hunting now.
Mrs. F. L. Starling and
children Shelley and Jason
have returned to their homeIn $1OOO
Crewel/ EmbroideryLatch Arlington Texas after
spending last week with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Thomas.Mr. .

and Mrs. J. E. Hardy
were Friday night dinner
Mr. and Mrs. J.
guestsWilson at the San Jose

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I [ag 1I1Ine $cceme... Jimmy Alvarez NominatedFor

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From P. if r.\f.r'i.,1,1\ : .,
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Mrs. Lex Green returned Mr. and Mrs. II.A. Lawson National
MrsMyrtle Anderson and Sunday after attending the who celebrated their 45th ( tl(,; '"( ;". .,.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schwab graduation of her son. Dr. wedding anniversary Sunday \ Co. The local chapter one other chapter In the state
and family of Merritt Island W.H. Green from law schoolIn had their children home dur- Alvarez was nominated Paper In the district for had more recipients as Sam ,
for top
were Saturday guests of Mr. Washington D.C. on June ing the weekend IncludingiMr. P\f placing him FFA office June 13, the was fourth straight year and my Hallmark, Jackie Marr,
and Mrs. John Anderson In 3 and spent two weeks with and .Mrs. Joe Jordan Live ; In national competition also received a gold emblemIn Gary Melvin Wayne Norman
Callahan. her son and family after Oak; Mr. and Mrs. Charles .. Farmers as the State Future the Building Our America Gary Prevatt and Roger Star-
which Dr. and Mrs. Green Lawson aryl\ Mrs.Eva Lawson their of America held Communities Contest. ling also received the award.
Mrs. H. L. Speer has re- and Mrs. Lex Green were Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. annual convention In Bradford Thursday morning, Paul
of Mr. and Mrs.James PanamaCltyMissElizabeth Daytona Beach last week, Seven from the
turned after a two weeks vis- guests Bill Morar, ; received StateFarmer's Hutchlns, vice-president of
it with her son-in-law and Vlglelone at Watkins Glen Lawson and Mrs. National FFA officers are Senior Chapter Includingthe the local chapter at BUS, Is
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. N. Y. for a week. Kate Yates, Lake Wales; nominated by committee only Degree from, Bradford slated to run for district pres
Boland and family In Athens, and Bud Lawson, Marion during such conventions. Alvarez first girl Only ident.
Ga. Mr. and Mrs. EmmettElder N.C., and their families will be the second FFA County, Sue Edwards.

spent last week In Asheville member from the Bradford ..._........... .. ; :i mniti : .
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Mrs. R. W. Reese and Mrs. and Highlands, N.C. Stan Reddish has enlistedIn County Chapter nominated,
Don Page were visiting Mr. the U.S. Navy and reportsto following Doyle Conner who
and Mrs. David Griffith in Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Mc- the Naval base In Orlando was elected national presidentIn Blue GrassJamboree
Newnan, Ga. last week. Rae were on a Caribbean Monday for seven week's < 1949.'
cruise last week. basic training. Earlier in the day. Alvarez
Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Til- and, Walter Prevatt were
ley of Hollywood are visiting Mr. and Mrs. B.G. Mcintyre Mrs. B. R. Boland of Pa- two of twelve members recognized -
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jackson and sons of Ponta Ve- hokee and son, E. P. Bolandof 't,1': as 1973 American
Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller, dra spent the weekend with Athens, Ga. were Satur- : ( Farmer Degree Candidates.The .
and Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez her parents, Mr. and Mrs. day overnight guests of Mrs. two are the first two 'At The
Jr. this week. J.H. DuPre. H. L. Speer. from Bradford County since
1' .. Doyle Conner and Maurice
Robert and Clark Milan and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Ed- Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and /J" Edwards Jr. In 1948. Blue Grass Special
Michael Whlffen are attend- wards and family of Naples daughter Miss Evelyn Sin- ; /: : In other happenings at tile
ing YMCA Camp Immokoleethis spent Wednesday to Sunday clair, attended the Langford- I convention, Bradford County Music ParkOff
week. with Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Doughty wedding last Friday walked away with two of Country
Edwards. night In Thorn as ville, Ga., the three first places In state
Miss Evelyn Sinclair gra- where Miss Sinclair was maidof Miss Della Rosenburg is shown horticulture demonstration
duated June 9 from FSU witha Phil Elder has accepteda honor. contests. Highway 301
BA degree in Interior De- position as assistant foot- Douglas Seymour of Tampaand receiving an award of appreciation for Becky Hutchins placed firstIn Fla
sign. Among those attendingthe ball coach In Phoenix City, Harold Seymour of aiding in Navy Recruitment from Chief Artistic arrangements Lawtey,
President's reception in Ala. starting In August. Gainesville spent the week- Petty Officer while Andy Baldree took top
Roy Rogers.
the afternoon and graduationIn end with their parents, Mr. honors in the production cate- Fri. Sat.July 6,7
the evening were Mrs. Clyde Byron Snow of Knoxville, and Mrs. J. D. Seymour. gory. The two finished sec- ,
Sinclair, Mrs. N. K. Hurst, Tenn. is visiting Mrs. J.H. ond and third, respectively,

and Tommy Chastain. Moseley. Mark Gunter of MelbourneIs Area Indents overall In Horticulture.For $900 Prize MoneyDue
Local admittances to Brad- visiting his grandmother, their efforts, both received -
Mrs. Edith Christiansen and ford County Hospital this Mrs. Nancy Gunter,this week. a $25 check from Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moseley week Include: George Prevail ( .oulpl.'hiLCCC electrical companies. another show before the
for
visited Mrs. Belle Gnann and Otto Baldree also placed fourth to so many requests
Clinton James
family in Eustis Sunday. Nina, Lovell DaughertyMrs., Mrs. Sylvia of Mr.St. Petersburg and Mrs.will be week- 2-Yr DegreesTwentyfive In the state In the Seaboard Fall Convention, Oct. 56' 7, we I Invite you to loin

Kirkland, Sebe Harris Mrs. end guests of Mrs. L. A. Coastline Forestry contest, us for aflrst oletim. "BLUE GRASS JAMBOREE"Friday
Miss Martha Dennis was Leola Grlffls, Mrs. LouieChildree Canova. received a forestry manage--
on the Dean's list at the Mrs. Lois Perry- area students ment award and was presented -
FSU spring quarter. man, Victor Frees, Roy Reynolds were among 83 candidates for with the Area Star Green- July 6,8:00 P.M.
completing requirements
and Clarence Moore, Griffis Kurns hand Award. The area awardIs
Associate of Arts degrees (2-
Starke; Lester Sheets, Mrs. ) June 15 from Lake City one of five given in the INDIVIDUAL INSTRUMENT COMPETITIONGUITAR
NOW Bertha Weil, and Mrs. Betty USF Degree) year state and will place him in
Community College.
competition for the Star State
Cates, Keystone HeIghtsGary
;
PLAYINGNIGHTLY Corbett, Debra Grlffls and Daniel C. Gross, of Kings- These graduates will receive a. Greenhand Award. 1ST PRIZE $50.00 2ND PRIZE $25.00
Fleam Starling, Lawtey; Wil- ley Lake, received his Bach- diplomas ceremonies at regular on August graduation Also competing in the horti- MANDOLIN 1 ST PRIZE $50.00 2ND PRIZE $25.00
liam Helmos, Lake Geneva; elor's Degree among 4,372 Local towns culture demonstration contest BASS 1ST PRIZE $50.00 2ND PRIZE $25.00
4. graduates by
Mrs. Beatrice HInes,Graham, other students at Universityof were David Baldree Charles
Clarence Hagan; Hamptonand; South Florida who received are: Ferguson, Tommy Miller and In each All
Comin' Ralford- Richard Raymond Must be at least 5 persons contest.
"Sonny & Help's a Thornton.
Mrs. Thelma Allen Brooker. their diplomas during com- Marlon
Addison Thomas Aaron Dowl- Sen- musicians competing must have tickets.
mencement exercises at Tam- The Bradford County
.bringing you the Ing, William Charles,Ira Cur-
pa's Curtis Hixon Convention ior Chapter placed second In
newest sounds from Mr. and Mrs. Luther Gill- tis McKenzIe, Maxie Donald Man- SATURDAY, JULY 7, 10 a.m. JAM SESSION on stage
yard of Deland were Thurs- Center on June 10. the state for Forestry '
Reddish, Roberto De Los San All Picking Groups and Singers perform Stage.
country to rock. day to Saturday guests of Mr. Wommock agement and received plaque may on
tos Eugene ,
sponsored by the St. Regis LIMIT PLEASEIII!! 3 or Instrumentals
anythingby and Mrs. Tulle Norman. songs per group.
"They can play Charles Leroy Brown, George I ;
request." NEW CORPORATION Allen Childree, Joe Leslie Scholarships PLEASE REMEMBER: No age limit. The young and

ENTERTAINMENT daughter Mrs. Richard of Jacksonville Macheda were and CHARTERED Secretary of HERE State Richard Forsyth Leonard, Henry Coleman Wyman McEl-Harris .\ id Lau leMedical .\ 16 Graduates old may perform. Yes, you girls and ladies let's

6 NIGHTS A WEEK Saturday guests of Mr. and Stone has announced the char- henny, and Harry William Ti- all string up those guitars and show the men what we
I j-EVERY' "WEDNESDAY"! Mrs. E.M. Norton Sr. tering of the following cor- : ) (rad From U Of F can do.KIDDIES.
poration in Bradford Coun- son.Lake Butler- Teresa Ann
I is i Uter- Benjamin Franklin, son of : for the children under 12 years old: Games,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ty: Kun-
Kelly, Henry Francis Sixteen local University of
(:lDANCi., CONTEST NIGHT. jat j moehlen of Jefferson City, H & H Plastering & Dry- kel, William E. McMul- Mr.Franklin and of Mrs.Lawtey Robert, recently II-. Florida students received de- prizes. There will be Bole Climbing, the Top $ $ $.
Mo. are guests this week of wall, Inc., Box 605, Lawtey; len, Thomas Earl Patterson received his medical degree grees during spring quarter Kiddies. wear those tickets. We might draw your numberso
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion. authorized stock, 100 shares Jerry Lynn Reddish, Sue convocations June 9 in
'Bobby'sHideaway of at the 98th annual com- you must have it on. Door prizes, too. Also, Kid-
common at $20 a share. Ann Johns, Sheila Yarbrough, Gainesville, with former Governor -
Incorporators: H. W. Bennettand Norman Griffith Davis, Cla- mencement of Meharry Medi- LeRoy Collins the guest dies to 15 years old, Singers or Group Let's hear from
cal College in Nashville Tenn. .
,
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy Nathan H. Starling, both rence O. Ford, Jr. Franklin received General speaker. you too. Singers, 1st prize, $10 Instrumental Group
with Mr. and of Lawtey. Filed April 17
spent Sunday by BrookerPeggy Lucile Ed- Motors In Eight graduates from the $40.
Scholarship the
Mrs. Marlon Harrington and Dudley P. Hardy, attorney,
wards. Starke area were: Anita Jane
amount of $1,500 in his Junior
I 301 North Waldo family at Daytona Beach. of Starke. Hampton- Freeman ClydeReed. and senior years at the school. Crosby Burnsed, BA; JamesV. Saturday, July7 2OG P.M.

He plans to specialize in Crosby, Jr., BSJ; James
StarkeRobert Samuel RI- Reginald Flynn, BA; Lloyd :
dermatology or general sur- FIDDLE PLAYERS CONTEST
BANJO CONTEST1ST
chardson. Harlan Jennings, Jr., BA;
gery. James Doucet Kelley, BSP; PRIZE $1'5.00 1ST PRIZE $75 00
Mary Sue Collins Ramsey, 2ND PRIZE $SO 00 2ND PRIZE $50.00
+ Troop 70) Seoul BA; Vernon David Sllcox, Jr., 3RD PRIZE $25 00 3HD PRIZE $25.00
MESMERIZED ? Definitions of glamor BSADV and Stephen Foster Winners
; from each contest may perform at the Saturday intermission
change. Now the man who =sin IIiijoj Hall{ Trip Smith, BSP.Graduates. rr while judges are making decisions.
bIt soybeans gets much more from the Key-
attention at the social gathering J lo\tn) SUMannccFifteen stone Heights area were; Richard Saturday 8OO P.M.
sometimes happens when than the man who Is Franklin Denmark, BA;
merely in oil. members of Boy Lynda Henry Leukel, BAE; ATTENTION ALL BLUE GRASS BANDS
Scout Troop 70, accompaniedby Morris Eugene Davis, Jr.,
stare down those long .... ' David Montgomery and ME; Stewart Nelson McCord, 1st PRIZE $150 2nd PRIZE $100
you 'I' Wayne Mundorff participatedIn MED; Roxana Amanda Vall-
JacksonvilleDirectory 3rd PRIZE $75
the raft trip down the lejuli, BAE; Edward Alden
long aisles in the 2-acre Suwannee River starting at limmlns, Jr., BS. All !Bands; Competing Must Have Tickets.
Kenneth Norman
Branford on June 9, and Charles ,
ending the following Thurs- of Lawtey, received his BSP NO INTOXICATING BEVERAGES PERMITTEDCome
supermarkets day. degree and Carol Louise Rahn
of Raiford, was awarded a and bring all your friends and neighbors, and picnic

their RAE degree. basket, and have a good ole time. Don't forget your l lawn
The local Scouts took
Auto Sales! and Service two rafts, the logger raft mately $3,000.Montgomery. chairs. There will be picking and singing all night in the

(Gay-Mont) and the racer camping grounds. All musicians.welcome.
IF IT HAPPENS TO YOU Parriih Motors (Merrimac(, but were out- said he hopes
the troop can build a better
classed by the more expen- ADMISSION (ADULTS)
ALES sive rafts entered by troopsin raft to enter in the next
$2.50
FRIDAY $3.00 SATURDAY
TAKE A HANDY-WAY BREAK PARTS SERVIeF. 'VOLVO from larger Pine cities.Landing to The Mana-race races. Weekend pass (Adurts) $5.00 Both da/s.Children
members of the
Twenty-five .
"White $1.00 each
tee Springs was won by yrs. day.Tickets must be worn at all times
AI..;,. Good Vied Can Lightning" of Jacksonville troop are planning to attend
Beach which cost approri- Camp Baden-Powell near No electrical Instruments Permitted
Ml Laara St. Pb. 3SSSt Blue Grass Only.
Melrose, July 8-14.
1m:!
PIANOS
Next time wife calls
your YAMAHA PIANOSCONN :.
and says "Honey, you'll and KIMHtIL
have to pick up somethingfor OIMIAVSMMER"*

dinner", don't get all

freaked out by the thought of

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Grand Jury r Y <>' See Our Nursery


Indicts 3 t )\ zaleas $1.69vposes


..T.i'j For MurderA l $2.99


Bradford County grand : Up
Jury met in its spring session DlDelli.I's$2.59
June 4 and 5 and returned -
true bills against Richard I Uprhorvi
Sherman Williams, E- aeI.9Q
lisha Pittman and Thomas
Jack Shaw, all charged with I p
first degree murder. J.Tibrnuni $1.79

The three are now bound Up
over to Circuit Court for
trial but no dates have yet LiguHtrunl $1.79
been set.Elisha.
Pittman Is charged Flowering Trce$3.49upWe
with the first-degree rifle
slaying of Samuel Clark on
ASelertion
We Stork Lnrd
May 14. According to friends
Clark was shot to death early Of TankSpruycrs
Sunday morning May 14, on ,
the porch of his home duringa & \ .,
"discussion" with neigh-
bors. # 1B2 Reg.
Clark was dead-on-arrival $1 0.97
at Bradford County Hospital 2 Gal. $13.79 .
at 9:05: a.m. and Pittman
#
was treated for a cut on his 180 'Reg. 4w1 a.41
ear, sustained In a scuffle 3 Gal. $14.79
when he was disarmed at the

scene.Thomas Jack Shaw, 38, Is O AH 1t4'r 10% Off '
charged with the shooting
death of Eddie Carl Renter

4 '. y Gt. '. w ., at Faye's Place on U -301 Mulch Now Control The Weeds
r 4 In South of Starke on May 18.
'r Shaw, a former state men- And Retrm The Moistur:,
n"Iw
tal hospital patient who had
been placed on probation with Chlordane
the stipulation that he take Cypress
medication which was sup 72% Ren. : posed to eliminate his vio- Mulch _Qt. S 5.6 Zp*CTrX
lent tendencies, was arrested
j at the residence of Mel- :3 Cu.Ft. Malathion
vin Monk near the town of $1.47 t M
Windsor, following the shoot- 1aq::! 509$5 fi.9 rt)**.V/


ing.The was body discovered of Eddie C May Renter 20- Plant Crass seed Now

near a trail off the Rochelle
Road near Gainesville. Renter, who had been star
ing an apartment with Shaw Sc'c'd i 50 45.00
New Structure CrushedThe was allegedly killed outside
Faye's Place after the two
Scotty { saw It coming," says Adams. The high winds had been ordered out of the'' J IVn>a<'ola' lb ;-) 7Ar
bar following an argument.
ed this summer minutes Sunday afternoon late, but knocked Richard Sherman WUllamp,
II
h i"
I den high winds several trees and broke many limbs In the Bed- a 22-year-old Inmate at tie a "; "t<< t C 50 Lb 25 .00"I.

tree right onto Lake area. No one was lnurled| however; the Florida State Prison, was
charged with first degree d
"
framed and damage being the Adams' summer house. I murder in the stabbing deathof

Jimmy Freeman,,23, PET SPECIALS
Court Fines Jailed in the prison gym Maj 13.
NEW BOOKSThe The charge against Wil-
Cat Collar sie.98 $ 1.69
( ) (From liams followed an investigation -
Page 1))
Green Gene(Dickinson), ); In Theft of the Incident ty the
Daisy Canfield (Haas); Judah or- checks totaling $11,139 to State Attorney's Office in ;Bird Cage R't15'; $4.75
The Pious (Prose) The Bear Hampton, Brooker and two Gainesville.
Paw Horses Henry); The ); other cities. A complete Of MotorParolees Circumstances surrounding Red IFooJ
Takeover Busch) The Hip breakdown of figures for the stabbing had not been released RegoS1
podrome (Colter); Dear Laura ); the the first five months of 1973 Fred William Powell by the State A.torney's Bird/ FeprcrDo79$8.75
(Stubbs)>; Expressway (North); are as follows: and Dennis Lee Hardyare office, but It was learned that
The High Valley (North); the In Bradford County Jail three other Inmates, Charles 'TV ild Bird Seed 111' -.69ZelluIJi"
Years Out (Feld); The Jesuit 413.3176"f') ); at Hampton-$52, for fines col- under $2,001 bonds each, after Smith, Ronald Anterson and
(Gallahue) The Stone Maiden of- lected In May.Brooker being charged with pos Morris Kyle, wee injuredin Re9.' .99
(Manners): Circle of Fire ( and session of stolen property.The the Incident. 1029
(Sadler);; The Summer Before ); $160, of which two were caught Sunday Freeman was fltrving a 32- 7// ILORIDA
$88 was for fines and $72 afternoon by members of the year sentence 6a a rioting I\,,\
by for bonds collected In May. Bradford County Sheriffs De- charge, while Vllliams was '
partment In possession of a serving a flve-ear sentence GARDENCENTER
Lawtey$5,542; January stolen outboard motor belong- from Hernonda County on a .
DeWitt C. Jones bonds $450; fines $35; Feb- ing to James Carlton, ownerof charge of escape., EST
.
bonds fines $297
$772 -----
ruary ; the Longhorn Restaurant. ---------
March bonds $1,432, fines Fred Powell 19, of Starke, THE IDEA: society would ONTROL 539 East Call St.
$555; April bonds $590; fines has been on parole since De- be one in vnich everybodywas PH. 964-5745
$454 May bond $618 fines taxes on I CIIIMIW 10.
Phone ; ; cember 12, 1972 from Raiford supported by
$339. State Prison after being sen- everybody rise.

I Starke-January bonds $141; tenced to five years In prison ............ ................... "............................. ............... .. 0. 0. .
Hospital Beds, Walkers, \ fines $390; February bonds for breaking and enter-
$516.flnes $599 March bonds ing a truck and sentenced to
;
$397, fines $594; April bonds four years, for entering with-
$439, tines $813 May, bonds out breaking into a vessel.
Phone ; Watt
$460, fines $1,039. Hardy, 26, of Starke, had Witcher
been on a mandatory prison
release since September. He
had been serving a five year
sentence from Hlllsborough
June Sales42ctiE County on a charge of enter-
Ing without breaking.
Also over the weekend, the
Bring Bradford Middle School was Hint
; broken into and three tape
; recorders stolen. No arrest

July Joys has According yet been made.to Investigating

Officer Lt. Harold Crews of
the Starke Police Department 4

I/O//I.IM// 'l//Mil I t'It1/ 27' Air COIl1., Awni u $5900 the Incident took place some
I') 71!? / time between 4:15: Friday afternoon -
Jacks Like New and 8 a.m. Monday.
Entry was gained through a
window broken out of the west

Weekly Special 91188l side Value door.of the tape recorders -
is still undetermined and

< MUM mil, ( f !->/. /lit'/ '*;i. II i f' Heater, Ice Box, Awning, Stove vestigation.the case is still under in- C ,

You Won't Believe This One .4 ,, /

.
What ever happened to
1':1 ( tntfiiri; Air Co ill. Toilet Range & Oven SI7OO those wonderful meals Mother S .v :
4 Sleeper used to cook and those
tiny grocery bills father user'to

1971 Keystone Self-Contained pay?
Used Twice Sharp $2288 ., e .J.'

,, ;,; ','
1971 Frolic 17' Self-Contained Mrs Alderman

Sleeps 6 Spare Tire $2 088 I
Services will be held oday
(Thursday, June 21)] at pjn.
1969 Scottie 15' Hilander for Mrs. Dovle Aldermn, 55, Make it easier for your electricair

$1188 of Wednesday Keystone Heights morning wO In died a conditioner to do its job. Shade the air

Air Cond. Toilet A Dandy Gainesville hospital folowlng conditioner unit or the compressor (if you havea

an extended Illness. central system). But don't let shrubs block
Rambler 31' Loaded Services will be fro grave-
1971 holiday side Melrose Cemeery with the flow of air around the unit. Saving watts helps
Has Everything You Can Put On A Trailer $7188
Rev. Leamon Ward conduct- you save money. And helps your air conditioner
Like New ing.Mrs. work better and last longer.
Alderman MS\ born in
1972 Trail laser 17' Sleeps 6 Lafayette County July 2, For more ways to save on air
9218U 1917. She was the laughter of conditioning and on your other major electric
Self-Contained Used 3 Times the late Joseph and Killer
free collection of
Dees. She was member of appliances pick up our
the Baptist Churti. Watt Watcher hints. At your appliance dealer'sor

I| LET'S ALL GO CAMPING |f .. stone George Surviving Heights M. Aldcman Is; fro er daughters husband of Key, local FPL office. w"

it. Mrs. Dolly' A. fllsson of Augusta I=I=IW$
Free Ga. nil Mrs. Susie
Care Campers
Antonio ,.
R. Walnwrightof San PLONlD' pow t LION COM'.YBe
f 220 N.E. Waldo Rd. Story Hour Texas; tw brothers, El-
Phone 376-0691
((904)
zie Dees alnesvllle, and
Gainesville Mon. Tu... of
Fla. Wed.
32601 8 to 6
V
((904)) 372-0784 George W. Des of Branford;
Thurs. Prl. 8 to 9 two Bisters.)Irs. Sleety Kel- Watt Witcher and watch what
ley of Melroe and Mrs. Dor- you save.r .
Service Mon Thru Fri. 8 to 5 Sat. By Appointment Only
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r n tM Officers Debate Fiupia Resign*f (from PJO.,. I) .......................at..1...H....H.,Bowen......,..who....Is..eyeing.......another.......

a certificate of appreciation, Present for the announcement -
Fuqua says he has only four for his years of service Tuesday night was for- try at the police chiefs postaxis
years of retirement credit to the City of Starke." mer city councilman Jimmy t September.
Ns State. with the city. He plans to
Intoxication continue with the city In on
attempt to make 20 years

Samuel Adro Brown pleaded at Hurst's Service Station and and earn some retirment Income -
guilty to careless driving saw that SIbley was havinga .
before Judge Elzle SandersIn little trouble so Galney wentto Mayor Jimmy McRae read
non-Jury trials In County see if he could help. Fuqua's letter of resignation, Mustang
Court Tuesday after charges Gainey also pleaded with with Fuqua and his wife pre-
of driving while Intoxicated Brown to get out of the truck sent, as the first order" of
.
were dismissed when three but Brown still refused. Bothof business Tuesday night.
Starke policemen failed to a- the officers smelled alco- and I read this letter with
"
gree Brown was drunk. hol on Brown's breath so they many regrets. The letter HOMES

i Officer Tom Gainey and said assumed Gainey that and he Slbley.was drunk, stated"I have: worked with you MOBILE INC

Brown Lane SIbley was Intoxicated.testified that Lt. Gainey had to get Brownout for many years and close very cooper-much 1650 N. Teople. Ave. 964-7212
of the vehicle appreciate your
r Harold Crews testified that him In Sibley's car.and Brown put ation with the Starke Police Starke Fla. Open 9.8.1.6 Sun

Brown stated the wasn't Brown drunk.had Crews to be kept stating that he would Department and me. I have Home
spirit of cooper- Your Mobile
very upset about something. get Sibley's Job, said Gainey enjoyed your
ation and my years servingthe
and SIbley. All of the omcer's
Officer Gainey wasn't so sure said Citizens of Starke as their CenterFeaturing
*Uwasn'tllkeBrownto
of the offense but said he Chief of Police. Shopping
act like this in
any way.
smelled Brown's
alcohol on
"We have been as one might
breath. SIbley had to see to another say, brothers in the fulfill-
Officer SIbley said that Incident that had happened, to another.
ment of duty, one
Bill Green shakes hands with S.n. Hubert Hum Brown was driving at an excessive so Brown was put In Galney's I shall appreciate this for. Ara Aigo Bonzwood Granville Sheffield Draco" ElmwoodAltai'r

phrey, D-Minn.,.commencement speaker at George town rate of speed so Sib- car. Lt. Crews saw the switch. the rest of my life." & ggella ,
ley turned on his blue lights Brown was taken to the coun- Mayor McRae referred toMs .
University Law Center. to nag Brown down. Brown ty Jail to take a breath-a- close personal friendshipwith
obviously didn't see the lights lyzer test but Brown refused. Chief Fuqua. McRae said E BRIDE SPECIAL

Bill Green Earns or something, SIbley said. When officers started to pi ace Fuqua had announced his decision I //97'f ')1.\122 Itr 1-rtnil kilchen
I li-fi. ,
When Brown did see the lights him in Jail, Brown decidedhe with the Safety Com-
he locked the brakes on his wanted to take the test. mittee and that Councilman A nd for the newly Weds this includes .
red pickup truck. Officer Sib- It was then too late becauseit Vernon Sllcox and he under- .
Teflon II CoE'lron, Ironing Board. Serving t t
Cookweor.
Degree In Law ley almost rammed the backof takes some 20 to 30 min- Mc-
stood Fuqua's reasons.
24. StalnUst stool I toblowoar G.E. Portobl. handmlxor. G E.Tout.r
,
Brown's truck but madea utes for the machine to warm Rae added that he Is pleased pa
quick turn.SIbley said.When up. officers stated. Fuqua will remain with b. dlngPllow( | ., Shoots, Pillow Cass & Spreads) Bath room Towel sot,
Dr. William H. (Bill)Green, respected scientific of several Journalsand he got to Brown's truck Brown Lt. Crews was operating the city In another capacity.The 4..e. Bath .... Kitchen Cannlstor Kitchen sink sot. 24pc Dlnnorwoar Dish sot
reception
a- refused to get out. Sibley the device and he stated that
formerly of Starke, graduatedfrom council, at Mayor Mc-
the Georgetown Univer- wards for scientific achieve- pleaded with him to get out he did not smell any kind of Rae's suggestion, declined to & GJL! Eloc .Caffoo ,Pot. And In addition to this.In CII.. wo forgot tornthing"

sity Law Center In Washing ment. but Brown still refused. alcohol on\ Brown's breath. appoint, A police chief to com- tIIl-'aclu4e.' 10.000 S B rLCroon Stamps S'11 5)7
Son of the late U. S. Con-
Officer Gainey was parked Brown called his wife to get
ton D. C. with the degreeof plete Fuqua's term since the
furls gressman R. A. (Lex) Green him out of die Jail.
Doctor (J.D.on June ------e e 1973 election Is In September. -
and Mrs. Lucille Green of IS YOU! COUPON
McRae said that was Tfljffi
The State didn't have enough
3.He Starke and the brother of Cir- session.
now holds doctor degreesIn cuit Judge R. A. (Buzzj) Williams says he feels evidence to convict Brown of the Safety Committee's rec- FOR 10,000 & H GREEN STAMPS AND WHILE SUPPLY LAST
both law and chemistry ommendation.In .
Green .Jr., of Gainesville, It ,that the Legislature seems driving while Intoxicated,stated the Assistant WITH THE PURCHASE OF A FREFF1SHERMANS
Dr. GreenattendedBradford to be of "bill fac- Prosecuting Attorney Gene meantime HANDBOOK
understandable that Dr. more a AMY NEW MOBILE HOME
Is
Shaw. Judge Sanders reduced Chief Bill Chambers was plac-
County grade and elementary
schools and the ninth and tenth Green has an abiding He InterestIn tory" and that Individual the charge to careless ed In charge of the 11-man Our Prices Include Delivery Within 100 Mi.
grades at Gainesville High law and politics. backto says legislators should strive to driving. Brown pleaded guilty department.The Cement Block. Installation Of HurricaneTie
School. After scoring high on he would like to come of Starke keep the Introduction of bills and was sentenced $36 or council approved a mo- Downs, 2V Of Water Hookup & 20' Of
the college board exams, he his home town to a minimum. three days in the county Jail. tion by Councilman Neil Tucker Sewer Pipe Plus A Set Of Step.
was enrolled at the Univer- and"Well practice should law. I call '. "It stilj is my belief that that Chief Fuqua be given
you
sity of South Carolina at the Doctor Green?"askeda "we have too many laws on
Doctor,
age of 16.'Green went on to friend."I the books and that Instead
earn a bachelor of science Bill," ot putting more meaninglesslaws
plain
just
degree In 1963 and a Ph. Ddoctor's prefer on the books we should
(istry In 1967.) degree In chem- the. Bradford native responded. work off the to books.take" useless laws EyeryDayLowPriccl | |wcryDayLowPricc| FOOD

Upon receiving his doctor- Daring this session of the
ate In chemistry, Dr. Green \H\ IMIIIKSFrom Legislature; \ Williams servedon CENTER CUT BONUS BU
Taxation
tine Finance and
was awarded a highly compe- FAIR
titive National Academy of Committee, Governmental SIRLOINSTEAKS
SciencesNational Research SUJS Operations Committee, and Florida Grade A
Council Fellowship to do research the Health and Rehabilitative
at the U. S, Naval ( Page 1)) Services. Committee. Williams FRESH SUPERMARKETS
Research Laboratory In welcomes inquirieson
Washington, D.C. where he 160 hours In regular session. any\plece\ of legislationand STARKE'S
has been until the present this year, compared with encourages the publicto 320 S. WALNUT ST.

time. 199 hours in the 1972 regu- call -964-7202 or write _,_ FRYERS \\ hole .....,.,
Representative Frank Wil- LOW MIICIS OOOO f OftVIA
Dr. Green has had an out- lar session even though the BUVt OOOO THRU
scientific career,Including 288 liams at I\O.Boxl063Starke, $159 .oIKJUI 27 IflJfJ.QUANTITY
standing 1973 session passed more a.Gxn uu.....
the publishing of more general bills than the 1972 Florida 32091 for any infor- .. CHOICE I TMoI'crlSug 45* ,
..
ti t
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21 1973 TELEGRAPH Page


SENIOR CITIZENSJoe News NotesBy
I Kerrigan PERSONALS .. -..... -- -

Helen Egan Phone 473-4748
Forty-two members and lion as receptionist and mem- Early last month, Kennethand here too long If weather
four guests, Randall Davis, in the play the winner chooses -
bership director. free of charge and Publicity and Sunshine Gladys of Hill- "
provided Jennings cold.
Recreation Director stays so
his wife The
SUMMER TIME ACTIVITIESOF his prize. rent
; New members Harry and members will meet at the Chairman, Mrs. Francis crest motored to their homeIn
Ginger and two assistances, Harriet OLDER PERSONS CLUBS being $10 a month, memberspay On June 12 Gladys wrote
Eib, Keystone Hall 12:30. This Egan, reported on the new Odessa N.Y.
at for
Recreation : the
Mrs. Johns and Mrs. Jordan, Calendar wise, the programs 15C for Game Day, and summer again. "Now Irs 90 degrees..
Heights Introduced. We
were will. lrs an afternoon set up of the two papers but enroute the
enjoyed a delicious Box Din- and activities for SenIor outing 25C at the luncheon. Mem- snow, but it has been so 'wet and
hope will find much -
they Stark Club the Telegraph of Starke which and 36
and te degree temperatureand
of fish chicken affair cold still hampering farmersto
ner or shrimp, Club members and AARP bershp dues are only $1
enjoyment with us in the
does
will provide the monthly not carry the Keystone rain every day hampered
cranberry sauce and dessertat and benefits get In crops. Hay Is good
Chapters show several lines a year, no are
to It
years come. was News, but is intre- their
Birthday Cake. Some mem- same an homecoming with their If harvest before
our June 12 meeting. held. President Sheets they can same -
of Interest. ever
pleasant to greet Houstonand Club will gal part of the Lake Region children. Farmers
bers of the Hamyton "
*'
were
We rain And
are that comes. again,
Margaret
sorry Preparation Is being madeto urged the members to take
Marion Driscoll and Ed
private ear. Many of Monitor, whch Includes Mel- unable to put In their
Jackson, Martha Sundum, and report at the Melrose Com- go by their membership sheet and crops, Mr. Jennlns la anxious to
Lilly Roberts who
Mary Drew, Eunice Ros- just returned from vacations munity Chapter of AARP on the Hampton members are rose area news. Subscribersto call absent members Our and right then Mr. Jenningssaid get back to the sunshine of
Telegraph from these
mondo and Jessie Young in N.Y. and Ky. It was June 21 (today) on the new employed daytime so their two areas should write for winter members, the Louis that "we will not stay Florida early this year.
were unable to attend, most- also project under Council on Ag- Watsons of Interlachen and -.- -
Alex -
very good to see meetings are at night. transfer, if they are Inter- "d Q"IV1I O.OMOrO+.OMpap.t
ly because of Illness. Char- Morton and Jessie Bowden, ing on recreation, fun and ested In local news. The the Royal Sh'ultis of Keystone,
lie and Lucy Slmchera are charter members, recovered games. The committee con- KEYSTONE FELLOWSHIPCLUB June 14 Monitor was real will be back with us in late YNE'S
on a wedding trip to New enough from recent illnessto sisting of Mr. and Mrs. E. newsy as well as Informative.With spring and early 1974, we
Jersey. Other means will attend. More powerto L Moon and Mr. and Mrs. President Lester Sheet has the Increase business, trust. SPEED SHOP
be considered to make It both of you! Pete and Earl Plummer has been meet- had a busy week, calling many organizations and churches, Illness of members which
up to them. Lilly Johnson are doing a Ing with Mrs. Bell for the members of the Club far the this Lake Region area, can cards have been sent and 2M)!. W. On 16 964-6248
Gene Matthews spoke to good Job on the Sick Com- summer activities. monthly Luncheon Meeting of well support a local well wishes expressed by
us on the old courthouse The Health and First Aid the members are Mrs. Nell
mittee. June 14, to which 19 members newspaper. Lets get to be Alt
being slated as an historical Invitations were sent to and Emergency programs will attended. It was like old boasters for the Keystoneand Grayson who Is recoveringfrom Niimr Hraiifl SpccsI. .I..ill.
landmark In Bradford State Rep. Frank Williams, start on June 27 (probably Homecoming. to greet once Melrose areas. burns of her left hand -- - -----
County, the State and pos- Ralph Vaughan, president, Wednesdays at 1:30). At the again, long absent members, and arm, as she is left < Ilr'urlt'rr '
11\
sibly Nationally. He asked of Hampton Sen. Cit. Club, luncheon today, a speaker on as Mrs. Ethel Weyman; Mrs. GAME FUN DAY handed. Mrs. Lucy Finley
for volunteers to supervisethe and R.F. Simmons, presidentof Wills will discuss this Important Ruby Wolff and her sister, suffered an accident to her Ilr'tlrnarr' llo"ker _
work of cleaning, paint Melrose Sen. Cit. to meet legal matter. Mrs. Beulah Smith; and especially The Fellowship Fun Day ankle, as she was watchingher ...
ing and yard work to be with us at Green Cove Springson Mrs. Mary Wilcox will be at 1:30 on June 28 grandchildren playing :.,rllfh'1'Sfgl, / l1' I11ISIItl
done by high school students SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB near the barn door which] ---- ---
June -
26 at 1 p.m. We who had been hospUaliied and at Lions Club. Ed Roberts ---- -
during summer recess. As received confirmation from The Annual Club luncheonwas Ill 1 for some three months. will be Master of Ceremonies droped on her ankle and leg
almost half of our members Rep. Williams. A delegation held at the Recreation Bill Plnon gave a "thank and his wife, Llllle, will requiring many stitches. She Intakes By
have been 111 recently, we will be present from Hamp Building in Starke. you" to the members fOr all be social hostess. had to use crutches for some II I: ( .
are sorry that we cannot helpat ton. We await to hear from About 40 members and two their cards and well wishes. The plan Is that members time, but is improving. Mrs. -------------
this time. Perhaps we Melrose and hope that they new members Joined in these but Grayson entered North Flo-
provide an Inexpensive
can do' so later on. Our can be present.We festivities. Harry and Harriet usable gift wrap same and rida Regional Hospitalfor Crane Cams & Custom Wheels Carters
library work has also been will travel by school Elb of Hlghrldge Estatesin Following the salute to the tests. & Holly Carbs
set back this year for the bus from the Rec. Center Keystone Joined, and enJoyed flag, a short devotional mes-
!
same reason. Pratt St., leaving at 12:30: the activities of the sage was given by Mrs. Ha- hhiila'rs fly Mr. /uskct
Plans for our club meet- p.m. sharp and be back Club. Now Keystone numbers zel Sheets. She brought the ,
Ings for the next three months home by 4 p.m. 14 members of the Bradford friendship of foUowshl right Summer Sale Hurst
were proposed and acceptedby The main point of this Club. Joe Kerrigan is President around the tables as the mem- '
the membership. Della joint meeting will be to and many of us call bers Joined hands and sang, Boats & Troll Motors
Speed volunteered to fill the set up a Senior Citizens him a Keystoner as he lives "The More We Leve} Toge-
post as secretary and Bernie Council for this area. We Just over the county; line In ther." Due to absence of Mr.
Smith accepted the posi have no difference as to at- Bradford County as do the and Mrs.Benham, Mrs.Sheets Up To 2O % Off
-- Ed and Lillie Roberts on Lit- acted as secretary, and Pre-
tle Bedford Lake. sident Sheets gave the trea- Slim's Fish & Stuff
KEYSTONE MELROSE surer's report.rn* programwas
The Annual Luncheon wasa one of Just chit-chat and I
box luncheon from the Wish- "Getting to Know You," as Htvy 21Keystone Hgts.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY bone of Starke. Members en- there are several new mem-
Joyed a bountiful box of their bers. 473-4357
choice of fish, chicken or
FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES HARDWARE GARDEN shrimp all the fixings Included. -
The Club furnished the .

SLIM'S e HARDWAREAND beverages, and cookies, as
till v. members Art and Erma Lock- e
M
:mss.
wood furnished the ice cream.
Fish N'Stuff GARDEN cENTER Bin Richards, M.C., did a
fine Job of preparing the recreation
Live Bolt A complete line of Hdw. room and serving the
Crlckoh.Shinnor..Worm. BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS desserts. Mrs. Eleanor Thur-

Minnows Plumbing! & Electrical Supp. ston gave a hearty thanksof .
Gro-Tone Fertilisers the luncheon meal and arrangements -
TACKLERODSREELSFISHINGS.
Insecticides for same.
HUNTING Lumber & Building Materials Gene Matthews, former
LICENSES AMMUNITION of the Bradford County -
owner
Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From Light
ICE the
; Telegraph, spoke on
Keystone Hgts. 473-4357 Keystone Heights 473-3663 pending project of a histori-
cal museum to be made In
CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION AIR COND. the old County Courthouseand --
appealed to Club mem-
THEISES TV & bers to volunteer to assistIn
APPLIANCE the preparation of the Mu-
Rjbbie's Camp seum display by being "care-
Trailer Sales Wuusur. taker, or sitters" while the
work is underway. Several
safety Low Gas C.G. TV STERO members of the club volun-

Price and Gators on lot CAR AND PORTABLEHi teered. -- :: : ,. u
: Alr
Low Exclusive TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL A Greeting was extendedto r M
Towing Insurance AND Mr. and Mrs. Randall Davis -
RESIDENTIALJAMES who are the Bradford
County School Recreation Directors -
W. ROBINSON, PROP AIR CONDITIONING and the Club Is spon-
3.5 Miles S. Of Keystone SALES & SERVICE sored by this department.Due _
475-2035 to Mrs. Dorothy Kerrigan's ,
KEYSTONE 413. 651 extended Illness, Mrs. Della _

Speed was appointed secre- _
REAL ESTATE AUTO SERVICE tary for the balance of the _

Richard T. Loyorn KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICEI!I. will ,be hospitalityechairman.Plans

were complete for .._ ..
Ksg. Real Estate Broker Front End Alignment Speed the annual outdoor picnic with
Wheel Balancing the Green Cove Springs Club
LAKE PROPERTIES for June 26. A bus will be

RESIDENTIAL ,t...&.. Air Conditioning Service-


BUSINESS INSURANCE ACREAGE e Lubrication Tune Brake Up Service- Oil Change filiation Association with of the Retired American Per- DO YOll NIED A BETTER

Keystone Hgts. 473-3254 sons or the National Coun-
4734692Goodyear Tires cil of Senior Citizens or the
State Congress of Senior

Martha Edna Knepper4734111 Durbin 473-3362 1 BLK. Off E. 21 and 1 BLK. Citizens The emphasis Organizations.will be on

Jim Fox 473.41481 N. Off 100 473-4052 protection of the senior citizen REASON TO SA YE ?
C.B. McAfee 473.4050 KEYSTONE IIGTS. and promoting the goals
set In motion at the White
BEAUTY SHOP S. E.: McKay, !Realtor House Conference on Aging,

much of which has been I
Hell's S.E. M :KAY REALTOR overlooked by-passed and

Beauty Style Skof of Residential Member of Society Appraisers vetoed stration.by the Unity present of action Admini is It'll soon be her, That time you've been waiting -

"For a lovelier Serving This Area For 26 Years necessary at this time to

youPhone Mrs Melba Ilen 473-4740 protect us who are already for : time do the
to
475-221 retired and those who will so lonf traveling
4 Mrs. Dolores Gilmore 473-360C one day Join our ranks.
Between Mrs. Joanne Gassett 475-1622 Our sincere thanks to Ran-
= dall Davis and his assistantsin you've always ranted to are you going to
Keystone Mr. Leslie Robinson 475-1035 the Rec. Dept. who have

Heights >- I Homes-Acreage-Rentals been so helpful over the years. be for retirement ? You will if
ready
** .. We will meet at 12:15: p.m. < you start
Melrose .. Office Phone 473-4816 The bus will leave at 12:30:

sharp. We urge everyone to NOW. A savings account at Guaranty Federalcan
B'\ Rays Shell be on time as we don't wantto
Lanell's Boutique ? t leave anyone behind.
Wrecker Service
:..
Styles and Accessories :- We monitor chonnek 13 C.B. do it !

For The Complete 24 liltS ....-:
Woman j .w ''Pays To Save Where
ServiceKeystone t I They
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Hwy 21 D t* nK AAA
.y.ton. fe Mtroi Pay You To Save"
475-2211 Day Call 473-3083 tgRAIN
Nights 475-2838 I
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Electrical Contractor
Fill Dirt

Bell Electric Co.
Beach Sand
INTEREST PASSBOOK' SAVINGS AND CERTIFICATES
Clay Pill James W. Bell, OwnerTractor

Work CommercialResidential M I NOW! COMPOUNDED DAILY

Hank Bruning

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
RepairsElectrical
PHONE 473-4761 Fixtures N
P.O. BOX 41 Range Hoods GUARANTYSavings
Keystone Hgts. 473-3602
LAKE GENEVA ,.

CONTRACTORS AUTO SERVICE FEDERAL


TRIANGLE "R"ENTERPRISE, INC.'General JOHNSON Repairing-AUTO TUNE UPI I and Loan Association ,.

Engines Rebuilt IN Gainesville
ENERAL CONTRACTORS Minor Machine Shop Wort' "
Automatic Transmission-, 220N.MalnSt. Tel. 378-1431
Licensed Insured :
Featuring Air Conditioning OR SHINE -White Q 3501 W. Univ. Ave. Tel.373-8482
The Lindal Cedar Home -Tires Batteries cotton canvas is beautifully In Starke:
Mon. Fri. 7:50 .P..M.6 P.M tailored into an allweathercoat _._ _._ 395 Madison. Tel.964500OJune
473 N. $c Rd 21 473-3542 Sat. 7:30 1 that 1973 Maid of Cot 40- 1
P.O. Box 657 2110 LAKE GENEVA 473-4117 ton Debra Ploch wears styl-
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Chuck Steak . lB.99c Canned Ham . 5 CAN LB. $599 U. t
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3 Youths ';" \''IT't, BROOKER IN BRIEFBy

Community
Head ToBoy's LINDA C. COY


FATHER AND SON ange made the centerpiecesfor
StateThree r ( BANQUET HELD the tables. NewsBy
-- After dinner, the Masterof
The New River Baptist, Ceremonies, BeeBee Hayes
local r Church held Its First Annual presided over the banquet.
Hodges, Jimmy youths Mark Father and Son Banquet In The program consisted of Elizabeth livens Walker
Cissy, and the Fellowship Hall Friday group singing led by Rev. L.
. Alvaughn Golden have been night. L. Parker; tributes to fathers Carver Lodge No. 89 will 7 pm.
selected as delegates to attend given by Burke Kirk- hold Its annual Religious Greater Bethlehem Freewill
the 30th session of the The decorations carried out land, Drew Andrews, and Tony services on St. John the Baptist Church, Rev, Jasper
Florida American Legion the theme "Fishers of Men" Ray Stataakers special music Baptist Day, June 24, at Williams pastor.
Boys State In Tallahassee I A fisher's net formed a canopy by Michael Emery: ; and the 3 p.m. at Free Canaan Churchof Notice! Vacation Bible
June 24-30. over the tables with fish guests speaker was the Rev.R. God and Christ In Unity: School Is'In the second week
n
Mark Hodges son of Mr. n7 floating about In mid-air sus- M. Barber. Benedictionwas Elder Sampson White pastor. of activity, as requested by
and Mrs. E. W. Hodges; Jim- pended from the celling.There given by Wilbur Andrews. All Masons and Eastern the students. Friday night
my Gissy, son of Mr. and ILi were also tackle boxes, fishnets The banquet was a real success Stars are Invited to attend. the Junior and Senior Choirs
Mrs. Joe Gissy of Starke; fish fans, shells, fish and a most blessed experience The public Is Invited to JoinIn will go to Gllgag Baptist
and Alvaughn Golden nephewof lures' and 'pIes placed strategically for the men and boys. the religious services Church to render service.
Jesse Moore of Lawtey, about the room. Candle ; The Social Committee who according to the will of God, Sunday School at 9:30., At
will Join 544 other Florida : 44Jil holders were from socket planned for this event were and for the advancement of 11 a.m. the commencement
. students who have completed :: wrenches and flower arrangements Mrs. Juanita Adams, Mrs. brotherly love among all exercise will be held for
their Junior year In high ; Mf. ,,' of brown and or- Cora Lee Stalnaker.}Mrs.Virginia mankind. Vacation Bible School. The

school, for a week of l instruction ,,. ,:" ____ ..... Crews, and Mrs. Anita The annual sermon will subject will be "The" Truth
"' 'r 'A J" Shall Make You Free.
In local and state govern- .. ,, t, ,: Countryman. be delivered by the Vice
A Moderator of Mt. Sinai Mis- Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev
ment, participation In mock 1 tor exercise, says Instructor -
S White and
.I Ii i'j". I BIRTHDAYS sionary Baptist Association Sampston congre-
elections, and legislative ses- Mrs. Gltty; Collins, a strikingly will render services
sions, climaxed by electionof ] attractive resident of Jenny Sue Countryman cel- Rev. W.M. Robinson. gation behalf of the Woman's
"state officials." The Boy Gainesville and a native of ebrated her second birthday Deacon James Carlwell, on
is
Staters will meet and be housed New Library Officers ElectedMrs. Persia. She will also teach anniversary with her guestsIn (W.p. Invited Day activity.to attend.Everyone This will
at Florida State University Turkish, Russian, and Greek the Fellowship Hall at New conclude services for the
during their stay In Tallahassee dance forms on Tuesday from River Baptist Church, Satur- CHURCH NEWS
Gus Kopelousos, president; Mrs. Wayne Whiffen. 7-10 p.m. at Santa Fe's north- day, June 16, 3 to 5 p.m. day.Ebenzor Church
Baptist ,
The 1973 session will be vice-president; Mrs. Henry T. Godwin west campus, 300 NW 83rd Hosting the party was her Greater alien Chapel AME Davis .Re
secretarytreasurer. Rev. Leroy pastor -
Church Rev. B.C. Williams
dedicated to Congressman l Street In Gainesville. mother, Mrs. James Countryman services will bo held
Gunter, who will be the main Open to both men and wo- and her aunt,Mrs.James pastor. gular
speaker on graduation night, FUNERAL SERVICES men, more Interest Is expected Janocha, of Clearwater.The Sunday services will begin on School the will first terminate Sunday.servicesfor Sunday
with Sunday School at 10
a.m.
June 29.About. FOR W.W. PARKER from the girls. Mrs. Col- room was decorated Ina Trustee Day will be obser- the day. Bible class
27,000 students attend SET FOR SUNDAY c lins promises to keep the Raggedy Ann theme with bal- ved. Morning service, each Tuesday night Prayer
similar programs annually In course flexible In keeping loons, hats, and a special 11 a.m. Evening service at Meeting each Thursday.The .
the U. S. and two students William W. Parker of with their Interest of those en- table for gifts. After a time 5:30.: All members are sick members In the
from each state are then selected Gainesville, formerly of rolling."Girls will do almost of games and singing, cake asked to please cooperatewith community will appreciatethe
to attend Boys Nation Starke, died Thursday, June any- and home-made Ice cream these services. prayers, visits and get
In Washington D. C. In July. 14, In Shands Teaching hospital thing for a nice shape, says were served. New Bethel Baptist Church, well cards. Harold Mitchell,
The delegates must meet after a brief Illness. n Mrs. Collins. The children were given favors Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. and Mrs. Francine Colemanare
qualifications set by the American He was the son of the late Americans It Is unfortunate do not take that danc-many to take home.Those coming The weekly services will sick members of Ebene-
Legion and are selected John and Ella Parker, of from out-of-town for Jenny begin with Prayer Meeting zer Baptist Church.
Is
ing more seriously than
from nominations by Starke, and moved Sue's birthday were her
to Gaines- each Tuesday night. Bible
school often the case, Mrs. Collins *
high faculty
members. ville about 20 God-parents Mr. and Mrs.
years ago,where + says Often primarily from } Class each Wednesday night
. he James E. Janocha, and her Most of
operated a barbecue business the male viewpoint, too much at.7:30. All members are us started our
/,
SING SCHEDULED on 5th Avenue. itrj attention Is paid to the body grandfather, Kenneth F.Johnson Invited to attend these ser- driving careers scraping up)
Surviving both of Clearwater.
are six sisters, and not enough to the dance as vices. enough money to buy a gallon
AT'GRACE BAPTISTA Sally Parker, Corrlne Butler Sunday services will begin
Helen Smith art.Although Happy Birthday to Bradlee of gasoline, and may end
and Audry Mae she Is often soughtas with Sunday School at 9:30 them the '.
sing will be held at Gibson, all of Starke; Rosa a private Instructor, Mrs. Cox who Is celebrating his Morning service at U.; BTUat sameVa)
8 p.m. Saturday, June 23, Riley, Eastman, Pa.: and Collins states that she does 8th birthday today, June 21. 5 p.m. Evening Worship, e e
at Grace Baptist Churchfea- Drucllla Sterling, of Conn- not dance "for money" but, ..
turlng Rev and Mrs. Virgil ecticut. rather, for pleasure and In
Lovett, and The Trinity Sing Funeral services will be response to her deep personal Carefully Used
ers of Apopka. Mr. LovettIs held at 2 p.m. Sunday In
Involvement with the art.
a former pastor of the Greater Allen Chapel with 1 Mrs. Collins began training COLOR T. V's "elL:( I
burial In
church. the Oddfellows Ce r 1 In the dance of her native
The public Is Invited to metery. t culture at the age of three.
4 r Beautiful
attend. She continued her study and Cabinets

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH My Neighbors )4. II practice following years In dancing when through she left $250X0( & Under lMIf

STARKE I Persia for Vienna, Austria ,
SundaySunday School, 9:45: where she attended collegeand I '
a.m.; Morning Worship at 11, learned her trade In x- Must See To Believe
sermon by Dr J. Woodrow ray technology. She came to
Fuller, Florida Baptist Convention GITTY COLLINS DEMONSTRATES BELLY DANCE the U.S. seven years ago and
; Church Training, was married In Gainesville
6:15: ; Evening Worship, 7:30: a later.
sermon by Dr. Fuller r Belly. D an cm e; Anyone? year Collins presently Lake GeneixaFirnitw e
...
Monday Youth Choir Prac- .r works as a radiological tech- '
tice, 7 nician at Monroe General Hos- IE1
p.m. Think you'd like to try belly of offering the Middle East Hwy 100 Lake Geneva
In
Ocala. Recently she
WednesdayFamily Night pital i
? Dance form
dancing noncredit
Supper 6 Prayer Meet- as a taught of doctors' 473-3446
p.m.; a group
Well, can, this summeras course.
ing, 6:30; Teachers and Officers qM you Dance wives belly dancing for a charity j
Santa Fe Junior College buffs can use the
.
Meeting, 7:15 Church show In Ocala.
:
Choir, 8 p.m ; "New bifocal, eh" steps Into the current vogue medium as an art form or

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BAPTIST Sunday Schook CHURCH, 9:45: a.m.; I!I ? evelation I!i iI

Morning Worship atll!!; Church he
Training, 6:15: ; WMU Prayer
Circle, 7:15: ; Evening Service, pet of revealing. 0ft opening to view t'tilt.;lislldajii Dr tlj9=" wmy r :' !
Revelation Singing Group t Covering t ti others, of, what was Huk unknow ,tLthcnn d 7R a ; t tt
7:30.MondayYouth b :, something that is rcvcataJ : nto 09Cap .
Choir 7 pm. t + /s .
TuesdayActeens 7:30:

p.m.Wednesday--Royal Ambas- I .::: 1__, .. : : :

sadors, 6:30: p.m.; Prayer
Meeting, Business Meeting, t
7:30 p.m.; Adult Choir, 8:30.:
Denton Sumrall, Pastor '
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THANK YOUIn -,1 i'' I II


deep appreciation of 4
the many kindness, acts and I
prayers showered on us dur- t _

ing the our suffering beloved and Corneluls passingof : + fr 7 7 I

Neal Covlngton we can only : .
say thank you, but may God tI
richly bless each and every- I s
J
one who had part in making r I II
his suffering and our sorrow


Wife more: bearable.Mrs. Edna Lee Covington I t t1 I II

the,Family.Sons, and the rest of ;

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CARD OF THANKS -r I Ir

Our Heartfelt thanks to all '- -, t t;;? I II

who extended comforting sym- -
pathy and help In our recent I '.5 ? : Ic t
sorrow. For the beautiful
service, floral offerings, and .

other grateful kindnesses we are deeply I ti_ S _4 yn l tI t tt t

The Family Of __ .d tI

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1'I t Know Someone In A t I ?eevea/na Christ I t


.CMB6VHave i I CToJcro 'S generation i




th.rri' call the CRISIS$ I ,&. .' Appearing t St. //1 I

CENTER any tint day or

night; 804 SW 2nd Ave. A

'for h.lp with a variety of ," Baptist Church / I

'1l problems. ,

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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven Ex -Gator New Athletic DirectorLAKE

Page 10 TELEGRI.PH June 21, 1973



joining the staff fulltime In 1971 Recently, Jones worked as as defensive chief.
BUTLER Former up. assistant as varsity assistant In chargeof an Insurance salesman until Married to the former Bren-
University of Florida quarter- Jones: was a graduate Gator, Jones is the father
former
the defensive ends and Joining another da James
MedalsIn
9 Local Athletes Win back Jack Jones has been coaching the UF 1970 freshman until outside linebackers. Kay Stephenson at Macclenny of two children; Jack Jr.,
July
named to replace Charlie Roberts backs from 10 and Jennifer, 6. Vaca-
as athletic director and tioning in Oklahoma Jones
head football coach at Union was unavailable for comment.
County High In Lake Butler,
State's effective July 1. "We've almost firmed up
Special OlympicsWhile the complete staff," Cason

"We feel very fortunateIn said "'but haven't made any
securing a man of Coach final decisions yet. Coach
competing againstover feet, two Inches. In the Foundation, the Florida Association Jones' ability" says Union Jones will have somethingto
2,000 youths from across 13-15s, Kevin Crugger finished for Retarded Children County School SuperintendentJames do with that when he

the state, nine local ath- first In the same event. the Florida Jaycees, Cason. "lie comes { returns."
letes brought back to Brad- Both boys also ran the 50- the Florida Junior Women's highly recommended to us
ford County seven gold me- yard dash. Club and the state's DepartS from UF Head Coach Doug]
annual Under the sponsorship of Dickey and Alachua County '
fourth
dals from the Norman'sKeeps
State Special Olympics held the Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. ( *. Page 11)) school officials. : : r
weekend.
in Gainesville last "We hated to see Coach '

Local youths grabbed a Roberts leave" Cason said -

total of ten medals as five Ricks Signs "but understand his wantingto
first place gold medals were accept the challenge Perry

earned as a girl's tugofwar offered. We just feel for- a omen'sLead
team from the Brad- tunate In getting a man like W
ford Middle School outhustledthe LCCC GrantJimmy Coach Jones at this late
Dade County team In the date."

finals. Roberts, an ex-Gator run- r
competingin Ricks the 6'4" ning back posted a 29-10
Williams
Robin
who for Clay four n
forward played record during seasons
the girls 10-12 age group County High last year has at Lake Butler, IncluJlng .y Norman's Farm maintaineda
winneras
was Saturday's big firm hold on first placeIn
signed a basketball grant-In last year's 8-2 edition which
In the
she placed first aid with Lake City Community was ranked In the state. the Women's Softball league
state In the 300-yard dashas College after declininga ti T L as they ripped winless Mit-
well as being on the four-year scholarship offer Coach Jones will have his : chell's 11-4 Thursday night,
winning tug-of-war team. She from Western Carolina work cut out for him how- June 14.Norman's.
also competed in the standing University. ever, as last week fourteen
scored two
broad jump. Ricks, the son of Mrs. Ann lettermen graduated from in the first seven in the runs second -

While eleven local youths Ricks and the late Jimmy last year's squad. 1' one in the third and

were eligible to participate, Ricks Sr. of Starke was Jones 36, Is a native of rrTTr1 another in the fifth.Mitchell's .
nine competed and all came named to All-conference and Comm3rce, Okla., played for
back with either a gold, All-State teams and will bea Northeast Oklahoma Junior lone run wasa
silver or bronze medal.Sandra member of the North College and then transferredto homer by Violet Kendall.
Chitty, Judy Elimore.Patricia All-Star team In August. UF In 1958 Playingfor Carolyn Redding led Nor-
Stewart and Cathy Perry The recent Clay County the Gators in 59, he man's at the plate, going
all won gold medals in High graduate transferredfrom completed 24 passes for 395 three-for-three while Ka-
tuR-of-war.. BUS last year after yards and three touchdowns, thy WhItehead collected two
basket- nits for the winners.
quitting the Tornado and
Evert Fraizer, In the 8-9 ball team midway throughhis Jimmy RicksIn intercepted two more
returned one for a TD.
year olds placed third In junior year.According addition to his accom-
the standing long jump to to LCCC Coach plishments In basketball, Upon graduation, Jones BLALOCKS12MITCHELL'S
win a bronze medal. He Joe Fields, Ricks is an excellent Ricks Is an All-State high spent three years as a play- 4
also competed In the 50-yard student and one of jumper and will participateon er-coach with the 101st Air- ;
dash while his brother Ron- the best high school playersin the strong LCCC track borne Division, before join-
nie Fralzer ran In the 300- North Florida. He avera- team. ing Jim Niblack's staff as an Blalock's Meat Market won
yard dash and placed secondin ged 20 points per game and Ricks joins four other play- assistant at Gainesville High. IL its eighth game against only
the Softball throw with plays outstanding defense. ers to sign with LCCC including After three years at GUS four loses as they downed
a distance of 61!eet, two "lie Is very dedicatedand Glen Rollins of Cor- Jones took over the head wlnless Mitchell's 12-4 Mon-

inches.In will vie for one of the pus Christi Texas; Steve coaching post at nearby Santa day night in league ply.!
the 10-12 boys Softball forward positions" said Henderson of Washlngton.North Fe High. Three years there
Walter Thompson captured Fields. "He will be a trem- Carolina; Clayton Williams produced 6-4 9-1 and 12-1/, Cheering practice Is a rather Informal affair for these Mitchell's took an early

second place and a silver endous asset to our school and Benny Childs of seasons, the latter 1969 edi- young ladles. The little man looks lost among all the girls. 2-0 lead In the first inning,
of 130- tion State Class AAA runner- but Blalocks came back with
medal with a throw and basketball program. Gainesville.
... second to take
-' ''I three in the t

... .: .. l iie lead for good. ,

60 Girls Take Cheering Instructions Blalock's outhit 'Mitchell's t

\ lThii'a 12-7 with Judy Young Ginger

warehouse Bleasdale, and Pam Woods
E BcuLcoclt a gigantic Sixty local girls attendedthe the afternoon (grades 4-6). fund and junior raisings.varsity The cheerleaders varsity- each collecting two hits. Ter-

) Cheerleading Clinic spon- The purpose was for girlsto have held car washesto ri Woods also had a home
sored by the Bradford High have more Interest in help raise money. It run for the winners.

clearanceSfyte Varsity Cheerleaders June cheering during their high costs $65 for each girl to I.
school years. Norman's
ummer 11-13. go to camp. STANDINGS.
The girls received certifi- The girls are planning to Farm 11-2 Blalock's Meat
1 t The CllnlcwashelalnStarke School cates If they 'attended all attend the International Market 8-4, Mitchell's 0-13.
5ed'u'o at the Bradford High Each girl had Cheerleading Foundation in
x Ate three days.
eae,4ee4e raise money
Gym to help to $1 to attend. Gainesville August 19-24.July SCHEDULE: Thursday June
There pay
ANTIQUE BRASS FINISHED HARDWARE isms for Cheerleading sessions Camp.held the Mrs. Grover Howard is 9 the girls start their summer 21, Norman's vs BlalocK's

f were morning two(grades 1-3) and in charge of the cheerleadIng practice. 7:30: p.m.




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------ First Baptist Hanging Close 4 Sentenced Monday .. I


I
In Union Court Action J


LAKE BUTLERFive defendants already spent In Jail awaiting i
BudgetSailersAt To Leader In Men's SoftballFirst scheduled for trialIn trial. I
Circuit Court here Mon- In the fifth case, the court
day entered negotiated pleasof withheld sentencing of Hamp- :,
guilty and four were sen- ton Hlgglnbotham who pled
tenced by Union County JudgeA. guilty to two counts of aggravated ;
Baptist stayed within tripper by Danny McKlnney. In the league Tuesday night, remained close up to the the '
L. assault
of league leading Donald Neel and McKinney June sixth Inning. DrIggers. on con 1
Drug one game 12, by downing Baldwin
Judge Drlggers has just been dition that he would get the
Gulf After Cunningham had taken -
Cunningham by ripping each had three hits for the Chevrolet-Olds 8-4.
Koch's Store hapless Hampton 16-4 Monday winners while Ronnie Blrt Baptist outhit its opponents a John and that If
Judge A. H. Murphree prison -
night In Men's Softball play. paced Hampton with two hits. 9-6 with Steve Thomas going first inning, Lavrtey came
back to score three in the to serve as the temporary terms were Imposed, they J
The win gave Baptist a lawtey rlnk- three-for-three David at the plate. second and another threein circuit court Judge. could be served concurrently. ,
Bennett led
3-1 record In the second hamptonHampton- with two hits. the losers third to take a 6-3 lead. The negotiated pleas were Judge DrIggers orderedthe
half of the season Just one approved In a conference last presentence Investigation.
First Trailing 8-4 in the bottomof
1 1 game behind Cunningham Gulf, Baptist did most of week with Circuit Judge R. A.
came to winning its the fifth Inning, Cunning-
scoring In the first innIng '
remain undefeated witha Green Jr. Asst. State Attor-
I I which its first ham for five ,
game Thursday night, then exploded
4-0 mark. With the loss, pushing four runs across ney John Morris and Asst. My NeighborsPRICES
Hampton Is still wInless with June 14, but a seventh Inning the plate to take an early runs to regain the lead. Public Defender Alan Parla-
rally by the Lawtey Skating lead. They lead all the Lawtey came right back with .
an 0-4 record. Rink nipped the visitors 12- way as they added two three runs in the sixth but plano.Mlchell Lane
Baptist started off the game U. more In the third, includinga Cunningham remained unde- Anderson pled
Norwich with nine runs In the first Lawtey outhit Hampton by home run by Randall Mc- feated as they had another guilty to carrying a concealed n
Saccliariu Inning, preventing the game the same token, 12-11. with Gee, and two In the sixth. big inning scoring six more weapon and was placed on a
month with the
Reg. 63a from even being much of Johnny Brown collecting three Baldwin socred all of its runs to take a 15-11 win. six probation of withheldby .
a contest. Hampton scored and Kenneth Teal two. runs in the third Inning with Kenneth Carlton and Ricky adjudication guilty IIIRSYHlMIIIN6 Myem
1/4 Gr. SCO's ----------- 29* three runs In second Inning David Eiland, Richard David Bennett slamming a Bennett each had three hits Judge Drlggers. Nx IwUwWYl
Willie Sam Weeks who had
and one In the fouth. Bap- Johns, Ronnie Blrt and Robert three run homer. for Cunningham, while Brian FUSEOOOOCOOOGOOOOOOOOOO al/1N
tist, however had scored Broughton each had two Johns led the losers with been charged with escape from
three In the second and another hits for the losers. CUNNINGHAM15lawtey three hits.Cunningham. the Union County Jail and
Blue with larceny of a motor vehicle -
Jayuturt'teini third
In the to make -11
SAVE ." // ,' ;: ?*' the score 13-4. first baptist Gulf 4-0, ,charge pled guilty and was to sentenced the escape

Lotion In the bottom of the fourth baldwin chevrolet..4First The second game of the First Baptist 3-1, to one year In the county;
Inning, Baptist added a little night saw Cunningham Gulf Lawtey Skating Rink 1-2, Jail. The state dropped the
extra Insurance with another Baptist maintaineda take a 15-11 decision over Baldwin Chevrolet 1-2, larceny charge.Edgar .
CASH
Reg. $1.79' three runs, Including a round strong hold on second place Lawtey in a game which Hampton 0-4, Ed Golden pled guilty -

4oz 99* Schedule : Thursday June ; to breaking and entering
--- Auto )DamageRelease Music 21, Cunningham vs First Bap- with Intent to commit a mis-
Inspirational tist. 8:45 p.m.; Monday. June demeanor and was sentencedto

Slriokers 25, Hampton vs Baldwin. one year In the county; jail.
Johnson Takes On A New Beat 8:45 p.m. with credit allowed for time

FOOI.'H'fJ. No Longer Needed

I Reg. :Now 39* For RepairsIt With The RevelationToday .SJCt'iu1; () 1 I.'JiiJi;(", Of

550 expanded
Is no longer necessary everybody Is telling group arrangements to Include an a mini-rock (Fro' I'og. 10)biggest)
have damage release their own stories throughthe The Revelation
to a band, Gillman and -
sticker before -. repairs can songs they sing and play. have been spreadingthe ment of Health and Rehabilitative and best organizedof
vehicle by a Leo Gillman and his 13- music any of the four," he NEWMOBILE
"je made to a gospel according to Services, the Special
QTips garage, the Florida Highway member group The Revelation throughout the state and south. Olympics was the culminationof said as 2,016 competitors
Patrol has reminded motor- Is doing Just that and And now, thanks to their six months of competition .from around the state end-
420's ists. will sing in Starke Sunday album they're being ed their activities with a
= at Madison Street new for Junior athletes in local
the
evening
the Uni-
dinner and dance on
heard stationsand
on area pop and regional play.
: Baptist Church beginningat
,
of Florida
versity
Col Eldridge Beach, Pa- reaching the people they campus.
Reg' 1.98 7:30 p.m. Three Starke Chris- out two
youths Crutchfleld pointed
director said "The 1973 feel need to hear their mes-
$ 1.29 trol "We feel that the exciting topher Goodman and Josephand youngsters who drew standing
Value the law
repealed sage.
legislature of Jesus has been HOMES
story
couldn'tbelieve Charles Woods also ovations from the crowd for
"A we
which had been In effect less told too long In a dull and year we'd ago be where we placed first in regional! com- performances in the track .

han: a year because It had uninteresting way. we'd today getting music tttion 'but did not make the events.
Wet not been effective in reduc- like to tell it to young peo- are stations trip to Gainesville.The "A boy from BrevardCounty HAVE
OnesMoist played on pop
and
hit
ing the number of in to which
it ple a style they getting Carolyn's music Special Olympics drew legally blind, ran the
run accidents" for which can relate," says Glliman. before the numbers of people high praise from Florida 300 yard run with the aid
;. 1'oll'fleltf'1 wan Intended. "I believe we have a pur- we're reaching! says Director Bill Crutchfleld of voice directions and one
97* pse. and Just like life, Gillman. who called it the most successful from Pinellas placed highin GONEUP
Reg. 1,33 Law enforcement officers we're going to have problems.But yet."These two track events despite
reported spending much time as long as our purposeIs were by far the using a crutch," he said.
In issuing the damage release to reach people for Christ,
stickers to vehicles that had then you Just have to takeit 301DRIVEIN
not been reported In accidentsbut one step at a time,"
were not able to produce he' said speaking about
significant results from the the group's new direction.
folding :jwestlgations. The Revelation is the brainchild -
of GIllman and his dULY :
wife, Carolyn, and originated Show Begins At SundownSun.
Travel! SOr 'ri It"f' "However, the law requir- .
.. / ing garages and repair shopsto three years ago with eight .. Mon., Tues. .
report damage to motor people at the Glliman fami-
vehicles which appear to have ly's local church Just outside Fri. Sat. Why
been caused by a is Plant City. elEIiRINeE
,If.ilti"f'l"II, .\:\Tits; !t' still In effect," bullet ol. So with a handful of Mswife's
Beach. original and contem- Has
porary songs, some excellent

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"Besides, who's gonna Albert Bruce Reymond, unlawful I ""If'f//f'/ :/ I a.i. t I I,
squeal in front of a cop anyway speed, $36 or 3 daysIn More
Pet SalesSarcoptic I ?" said Larry Brown, 18, .. jail. 50x12 60x12
I Just before being fined $26 Michael Allen Cathey unlawful Bath &: 1/2
or two days in Jail for reck- speed and fallture to $4895
Mange I less driving during Plea Day appear, $137 or 13 days In i 'I ompetitive

in County Court June 12. jail.Tommy t I I I'
Dallas Gibson unlawful -
Medicine oozCreiiieSliainpoo 0 I foot Brown off said of the he clutch lifted his too speed, $36 or 3 daysin (lute 11\\: I 1 ir $6295 InPrice

& fast which caused his car to Milton jail. Lee Ellis, driving a I'",.,kn IHH! lei +
>z make a sharp turn and the while under the Influence of II' tH't-' .

have tires known squeel. "you clutch should was alcoholic beverage $151 or 60x12 Step Up Front
your
Bath f 64x12 3 8r.
Skip 15 days.
quick. It was ,your carl"replied Placed on CountyCourtTrIal Kitchen Than
Judge Elzle Sanders. i
Vita Pct Power of Docket were: a
Other cases disposed Luther John Powell, care-
Vitamins & Minerals Tuesday were:: driving Joel Roberts, $5695
less ; t
$6996
"I learned a lesson not t' >> Our
DWI; Levi Boree, Improper ..--
hit brakes and clutchat
to of lane or course; :
Choice: 59* the" same time while skidding change Timothy J. Cunningham, DWI, -.-_., ;-.-.:.-<- .
Your said Hazel Hills Reed,
and Nathaniel Woods, worth- Chi Legend ofBoggy
sentenced to a $16
who was
'
Tiffany ompetition
less checks.
h or two days in Jail for care- Creel

less driving. She ran intoa .
ditch. GMu..,.. .aroYa.unn Heres
Charles L. Baker, no valid ...ac.-."_-.n_- Double Wide
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10 Assorted Jail. -----

Unbreakable Combs Lillie Merlin Rogers, vio- Fri., Sat. 44x24
lation of right-of-way and THEATRE
Value29i* causing accident, $36 or "BLUE WATER, I
98$ 3 days in Jail.
Gary James OGuin follow- Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 WHITE DEATH Own

ing too closely and causing Sunday tuo Saturday 1:00 Th hunt forth* With All-conditioning
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Polaroid Camera In Jail.
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Lee Penny no valid inspec-
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Andrew David Cambell unlawful -

Rag$39.95 Jail. speed. $46 or 4 daysIn Jack Lemmon in his most Our Units

Timothy Allen Thompson, Important dramaticrole
Careless Driving and causing A / since P. onths In Advance.
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Eddie Rlbsy no valid I CHECK THEIR PRICES THEN COME
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With Medi-Saves Pricing.And driving court.; he Is to report backto cl ( J : : TO

Thomas Irvtn White, Jr.,
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Have A decent: Prescription And Pay Cash *16 or one day in Jail. MOBILE HOME BROKERS

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Episcopal Church Was Brought : ; :R..w., <. !. ,

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To Starke From Fairbanks 73 Years Ago .: ., {, t' q ; t I J


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St. 'Episcopal Churchs was given by Capt., J. C. Richard of Fairbanks, between Waldo by the Rt. Rev. Edwin Weed, .
easily recognizable In spiteS who came here from and Gainesville. After the Bishop of the Diocese of flo- '
the fact that this scenes Mlddleburg before the civil "big freeze" of the late 1890's rida. .f.r
almost 75 years old. war as a partner In the killed the orange groves in
town's first large general this area, many of the early The white-bearded figure In
known just when merchandise store. settlers of Fairbanks most above photograph Is the Rev.
It Is not
Frank R. Holman, who was ;
band- of them northernersgave
Episcopalians 1 :
fie first
used rector of the church at the .
sd together to form a church The building still being up orange growing and left a
St. Mark's congregation The Episcopal time and supervised the mov-
ji Starke, but It Is believed by the the town.
:to have occurred well over with little structural church there then fell Into ing program.
hundred years ago, since change over the years, was disuse, and was finally giv- 1 fhx f
a
church
the site of the present church originally build In the village en to the Starke congregation The Fairbanks was
dismantled In 1900 and shipped '1
by rail to Starke, whereIt
was erected on its pre- '
sent site on Church Street. a
etUTOTUALS The late Joe C. Hoover and '
G. M. Sistrunk were among r 9.r
the members of the building rfi
0- committee, and the carpenter t
work was done by Roy


No llclj/ ) From The Court. Kalch The of story Hampton.goes that before 'a

the church was erected here,
the congregation had been v

Florida law enforcement officers; obscene if, considered as a whole, meeting In a remodelled cot- r.

who had looked forward to the State's; applying community standards, its ton Interesting gin on the things same to site.note .

new anu-pornography law as provid'predominant appeal is to prurient In this photograph are the oil

ing them with a tool against the ever- interest. and is utterly without young trees that have appar- r

deepening tide of smut, may find their redeeming social value. ." ently Just been set .out, the I J
rail fence In the background,
hopes thwarted again-- a Federal and the densely wooded area
judge, of course. A new penalty of a maximum around the church that is now
$5,000 fine or a year in jail is thickly populated.

The new statute had been hailed provided for persons first convicted -

as "a welcome tool In our continuing of distributing obscene mater- "............ ..... ... ................ ............................ .......... This Record .
fight against smut peddlers and ials. A subsequent conviction fixes Can Anyone Beat

those who are willing to do anythingfor the penalty at a maximum of five County; Agent NotebookBy I

the the consequences.almighty dollar" But regardlessof hardly was years' imprisonment. Of Subscribing To Telegraph" ? ;


the ink dry on copies of the new Another provision of the law { ,

law, before District Court Judge Win prohibits anyone from compelling a I 1ffl'; BOBBY f Who is the longest contin- .
ston Arnow of Pensacola issued a bookstore from buying a specified I uous subscriber to The Tel- ; oj'r

temporary restraining order against amount of obscene materials In orderto ,. TAYLOR 1 I egraph? .

enforcement of the anti-smut statutein be able to purchase lawful ma- I Records are hard to locate i,tl. '
....... ..... ___ /
been the practicein .
dealersin Such has .H. MM It Is impossible
suits brought by three terial. m'"'' that far back, so --Q: : ; i
pornographic books and movies the past. to say definitely, but
been involved in obscen- We really feeling the and egg prices in the gro- one claimant for this honorIs j. '
who have are
have risen In the Marvin) Ogden of ,
Before Judge Arnow's ruling, effects of the restricted use cery store M.I. \ \
ity litigation for two years. last few months. Many growers Pompano Beach, whose subscription Lr. ,
several arrests had already been of pesticides on the growing ../
are actually receiving less card shows that he r ,.
Home owners ...
Judge Arnow's action was taken made under the new law, Includingthe of and our crops. are finding it I money for growing a"batch"of started taking the paper when
gardeners
in spite of the fact that the con- owner of "adult" bookstore, operating more and more difficult to birds now than they received he first moved to South Florida -

stitutionality of the law had not been within six blocks of the Gov- find and purchase pesticides year ago,despite contractorsto require- In 1924 and has been ever
their continuously
tested. It was, in fact, based on a ernor's mansion, and thirteen similar to use In their gardens for ments Invest by additional money In subscribing since.

Georgia statute already upheld by operators in Miami. Insects and disease. their houses and equipment.

the U. S. Supreme Court. He was A good example of this is Our poultry association Is now Mr. Ogden was reared In
immediately challenged by State At- It is discouraging to have attempts the difficulty in getting an working on plans for a pro- the Graham section of Brad-

General Robert Shevin who to protect our young people Insecticide to control the cow gram to get facts and figuresfor ford County and his parents
torney
Ella
Isom and
our producers to presentto \ were the late 0f
This Is the pest
said Arnow's order should be dis- from pornographic materials thwarted pea curcullo. buggy their respective companies Britt Ogden, who farmed In 1

solved for this reason. by such rulings as that of the that causes that most wormy housewiveswill or to Justify requests for that area. Isom Ogden's father -
Let us hope that peas better brought to this section -
Pensacola judge. not allow In their pot. additional income or was
The new law had been praisedby an early test of the new law will The pea curcullo is the culprit contracts. We hope this pro- back in the Indian War

Gov. Askew, as well as Shevin, be made and that It will be upheld that lays an egg or stingsthe gram will be successful.FORESTRY. who days settled by his with widowed her children mother,

because it adopted for the first time so citizen groups and enforcement pea and soon the after new the bloom Is at Fort Harrlee near the San-
pea
in Florida the definition of porno- officials can arm themselves againstthe formed.drops -------- ta Fe River in what is now

graphy used by Georgia in its anti- spreading cancer of pornogra- south Bradford County (then less than 1,800. The area has area even harder '''than the

pornography statute: "Material is phy. Toxaphene the insecticide a part of Alachua County. Not now grown to a population of preceding disastrous hurri-
recommended to control the IN BRADFORD COUNTYBy only the actual fort, but the almost 200,000. cane of '26. At that time the
curcullo In commercial fields. area surrounding the fort was Ogden store had an inventoryof
Agricultural producers who called Fort Harrlee by the The store was sold In 1943 around $40,000, which was
I Aol H orlh The Risk; hold a pesticide permit from settlers, Mr. Ogden says. and Mr. Ogden again went two-thirds destroyed by the
the Florida Department of Agriculture John into farming on a big scale, big blow. "And we didn't havea
this Along in the early 1920's, growing vegetables, with "
Insurance
can purchase dime's worth ,
material. Homeowners and O'MearaFlorida's a relative of Mr. Ogden, the beans as the main crop. Ho he said.
Florida motorists, seeking to If, for some reason, you MUST gardeners are not allowed to late B.Y, Ben) Saxon movedto has now retired from his farming -
beat the gasoline shortage, have been transport gasoline In a container, purchase toxaphene concen -- -- Pompano Beach on the East operation, but has con- In commenting on continuous his almost -

warned against the danger of those trations above 10 per cent. Coast and opened a general siderable business rental pro- 40 years of
carry- use that are approved by the merchandise store. Mr Og his subscription to The Tele-
Among
in Pompano.
forestproductsindustry
ing gasoline containers in their cars Underwriters Laboratory. Also be This to means use insecticides that gardenershave like In conserving forests den's brother,J.I.Ogden,soon larger perty tenants are Florida graph, Mr. Ogden says the

while driving. sure that the container Is tightly malathion and sevin and cancan for tomorrow by making bet- followed to work In the Saxon Power & Light, and Universal paper has changed consider-

capped, even If you are driving get only partial control ter, more efficient use of store, and a few months later Enterprises, a large nur- ably over the years, and gen-
One gallon of gasoline is said only a few blocks to a service sta- for these pests. the trees which it harvests.As Marvin loaded up his sery supply firm. erally for the better. One is
forceof late as 1940, only about farm equipment on the trainat thing he misses, however,
to have the potential explosive tion and back home again with
gaso- of the
thing of log cut Hampton, and also headed Mr. Ogden is now recuper- the news from some
Important 50 percent every
135 sticks of dynamite, and spill- line for your lawn mower. If the The most and transportedto from recent Illness smaller communities of the
using pesticide is in the forest for Pompano. ating a
about any
age, or high temperatures, especiallywhen container is carried In the trunkof to read the label and follow a manufacturing facility at the modest country cot- county, which was reportedIn
carrying these containers in the car, make sure it does not directions to the letter. This was actually utilized to make There followed several tage that he and his wife, greater detail by "coun-

the trunk of the car, could cause a become overheated, ana cannot upset means to use the right ma- into useful forest products. years of successful farmingfor the former Jewel McDavid try correspondents" in the
fatal explosion. Another dangerous in terial In the right amount, M. I. Ogden In the rich own on the road to LaCrosse, old days. These Items were
any way. and at the Today, thanks to increased vegetable-growing area a- Just south of Brooker. He printed, Just as written, and
aspect Is the possibility of fumes in the right way
time. Another impor- utilization, many wood resi- round Pompano, which at one likes it there because it Is Mr. Ogden says he enjoyedthe
inside an automobile recirculating There are worse things than right tant consideration is to detect dues once considered worth- time had the largest State quiet and peaceful, and a wel- occasional bits of humor
through the air conditioner, where a giving out of gas. One of them is the Insect or diseasein less are now being convertedinto Farmers Market In Florida-- come relief from the hurley- and "personal mentions" that
spark from a wire in the engine, the possibility of being blown up by it's earliest stage of Infection useful, practical wood and then came the Florida burley and congestion of the helped him keep In touch with
or someone smoking Inside the car an extra gallon or so being carried and begin treatmentas by-products. In effect, the boom, of the mld-1920's. Mr. Florida East Coast. old friends he hadn't seen
Worms, residues are now 'serving Ogden sold all of his farm for man years.
could set off an explosion. soon as possible.
around to beat the shortage. down Although his farming operation
become received
bugs, and diseases are always new uses; they have land in 1925, a Four decades of readershipIs
South
and investments in
) boom"bust-
valuable to waste. then
to control before too payment
easier time-- so until
Florida have been successfulover a long
ed" In 1926 and the buyer
a buildup In numbersor Because of improved tech- made no more payments, letting the years, Mr Ogden someone challenges his rec-
I Infestation occurs. nology and the ever growing the land go back to Mr. recalls some experiences on ord, Marvin Ogden will standas
.lainis/ ; Be with the
( : Must Supported The Bradford-Union Cattle- demand for forest products, Ogden. the debit side also. One of the unbroken subscriber record of
90 percent of these was the hurricane of longest
men had another good meet- each as much log as harvested from The Ogdens bought out Mr.axon's 1928, which hit the PompanoHOME "taking The Telegraph."
Ing last Thursday night. Pas- ; store In 1925, when
We applaud the efforts of the The FTC Is asking for ingred- ture management was the main the forest utilized is now to often manufacture effectively -- Pompano had a population of

Federal Trade Commission to bring ients in the products of all the manu- topic of discussion.It 'wood products. And .--------- NOTESFrom

truth to advertising and move againstthe facturers, adding the request that that with the rate of utilization is con-
out
exaggerated claims of manufac- "nat- was brought new ufacture of fiberboard, par- Your Extension Home
when it is claimed they are the present prices of pro- tinuing to Increase as hardboard for
turers of everything from medicinesto ural" and full of herbs, then the tein and grain,cattlemen must uses and markets are developed ticleboard.subflooring or materials, furniture Economics Agent

cosmetics, who evidently think company must explain which of the produce as much feed for for more and more tree bark wood, cabinets, decorative ..; 1m:
such
that Americans will believe their herd as economically residues as casket
anything Ingredients are found fully in nature limbs and wood paneling and
sawdust,
they see, read, or hear. possible. Cattlemen were also shavings, liner stuffing. Some even t BY KATHY BROWN
asked to check their external foliage. goes to new sawdust digesters -
parasite control pro Industry, tobe
in the pulp
The latest move is against eleven dollars worth of recently as thirty years
Millions of pro- gram, especially the controlof > As mixed with other Kraft Tomato Is less con-
companies with hair-care advertis- ducts, from pain-killers to hair- hornflles and face flies. ago, wood bark --considereda for exam- pulps. SOME SAUCE centrated puree than tomato paste,

ing budgets of up to $10 million, restorers are sold annually on the 0 ple -- andbrned.was Today, FOR THE NOODLES and salt Is the only season-

designed to reach a $350 million basis of exaggerated claims thathave wood nuisance bark Is recovered at In fact, forest-Industry However you make that spe- ing allowed according to Food

market that is growing ten per centa little or no basis In fact. If the FTC Generally speaking, most many Florida forest-product wood-utilization engineers cial tomato sauce-- for spag- and Drug Administration regulations -
year. can protect some of these dollars crops and pastures and livestock manufacturing facilities for believe the day Is almostin hetti, lasagna, ravioli,or your Unless the ,label
are looking pretty good use in making ground sight when the entire other favorite pasta dish, you says otherwise, you can use
later
manufacturers produce
by making throughout the county. However decorativelandscapfug tree will be put to some might find It useful to check tomato puree without .added
For instance, one manufacturer proof of their claims they will save some fields of tobaccoand cover material, charcoal briquettes, practical use In the manufacture this information from the U.S. water.
claims that its product contains "the consumers much hard-earned mon- corn will produce light fuel for making steam to of useful wood products Department of Agriculture
dandruff-controlling Ingredient that ey, previously spent for useless pro- yields this year. These yieldsare or operate mills and heat dry by-products and there (USDA) on the differences between Tomato sauce is the least
will no longer be any resi- canned tomato sauce, concentrated of the three. It
medical authorities have recommended ducts, that can be better used to showing the effects of kilns. with salt
is flavored sugar, ,
dues.
for years." The FTC wants to help meet the rising cost of living excessive rainfall and ferti- puree and paste. vinegar, and spices. Makersof

know just what that product is and ter, how about a good definition of lizer leaching. If your this tobacco Wood residue short-ends.from log For example, we're still All are made from the pulp tomato sauce add differing
Is light and
how it ends dandruff. For that mat- dandruff? this will crop be two years year In a slabs, edgings from manufacturing!) learning to utilize fully all and Juice or red ripe toma- amounts of spices or sea-
left over the chemical derivatives In toes. The pulp and Juice are sonings, so check the ,labelto
row that our growers have, is converted Into oneInchsquare -
lumber,
.been unable to produce their wood chips for wood residue. There are cooked In equipment espec- see what the sauce con-
and at least 2,600 different typesof ially designed to remove some tains. Different manufacturers -
92i poundage quotas use In making pulp paper chemicals embodied In and concentratethe
BRADFORD Florida's ten pulp of the water use different seasonings,
z. B Co a. at wood and wood residue and product. The more water and sometimes onions and
p itxi.rs mills. the range of potential uses that Is removed, the more mushrooms are added, so you

:rtr P4 Our poultry growers continue told about 14 per cent is Infinite -- shoe polish concentrated the product is, have a ready-made sauce-
OtUteta ti raC to be In a financial dilemma All the wood fiber usedto vanilla flavoring, medicine, and the more it costs per no need to add your own sea-
04T even though broiler of manufacture all pulp and paperIn plant nutrltients, soil conditioners ouncebut the less you need sonings unless you want to.
wax and plastics,
today comes fromwoodresidue to use.
QNr BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Florida which used to to name Just a few. Tomato paste Is the most Since pasta products suchas

Publishers useless and macaroni, spaghetti, and
three
considered concentrated of the pro-
be
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, wasted Just thirty years ago. Increased, more effective ducts, and salt Is usually the noodles are on the USDA plentiful -
Fla. under Act of March 3. 1879. a'e utilization of trees which seasoning added to It. foods list for June, planto
e harvested is in only
are --
b e make some spaghetti sauce
Subacription rate in trade area: $6 per year: $3.50 six! months. Even sawdust and wood a very real sense -- conservation You must add water to make today. Give your family a
Phone 964-6305 Outside: trade area: 17 per year: 14.00 six month Starke, Kla shavings are now often reco- of natural resour your sauce, and of course, treat.
vered and used In the man- ces. whatever seasonings you like.





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Jun. 21' 1973 TELEGRAPH Po,. 13 t'gdaZI


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__ EMC Check Received Ralph Bryan chairmanof
I $ 17,940 the Bradford .County Com

LAW TEY .. mission .said
agreement.
A $17,940? check for parti- gency room staffing. and a fully equipped emer-will Michael said delivery of no date has been set yet
vehicle
cipation in the Northeast Flo- In addition, new communi- gency rescue the rescue vehicle will be for getting the program In
the
By Ettnlw Terry rida Emergency Medical Care cations equipment; hospital be made under available terms of to the made later this month. operation here. ;
county
SCHEDULES EMC) Program has been received emergency room equipment
CHURCH 1 United Methodist a cookout at the home of Kelly visited his wife In Riverside by Bradford County. .
Grace School 9:45 Mr and Mrs. Dearl Brad- Hospital on Sunday. Bradford Is one of eight
I Church Sunday 11 ajn.I ley and Jamie last Saturday Harold Norman Is a patientIn counties taking part In the

I I s.m..WOTshlPServices.8 p.m. MYF Sunday nightat night.Mr. North Florida Regional federally-funded program de- Florida National !Banks ,..g:
and 6:30 followed by Choir and Mrs. Wendell Kelly Hospital, Gainesville. signed to provide emergency
( and family Of Belle Glade; Miss Arthurlne Blanchard, transportation and treatmentof
I Practice. spent the weekend with Her spent a week with her nephew heart attack or accident
mle Kelly. and niece Mr. and Mrs. ;
Highland Baptist Church- Roger Bennett Is spending Fred Dye of Fort Lauder- victims. with over-all responsibility ;
Agency
I Sunday School. 9:45 a.m.Worship some time with the Jim Ra- in dealing with lend to

I Services ill ajm. and b Ralph In Mississippi. dale.Mr.. and Mrs. Kenneth Stafford the Department of Health money
17:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Futch and Mrs. Joyce and family Mrs. Eva Education and Welfare is the '
'I Wednesday 7:30 p.m. fol- Futch were Father's Day Feagle and Mrs. Jackson, City of Jacksonville. The 'J
Choir Practice. of her sister Miss 1
lowed by guests Hospital Is
all of Jacksonville were recent Bradford County
Elizabeth Terry on :Sunday.: the backwith.g.
program
PERSONALS Mrs. Viola Mobley of Bax- visitors of Mrs. Flos administering spring

Robyn, Scott and John TIn- ley Ga., Is spending some sie Rosier. here.First payment to the countywas
sler went to Miami Sundayby time with her son and daugh- Mrs. Maxie Reddish and made June 6 by VernonL.
train to visit their par* ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.Ver- Randall of Ralford and Mr. director

ents Mr. and Mrs. Albert non Mobley Sr. and Mrs. Robert McClellandand Michael Clerk,; project.Cab Brown,
to County
Tlnsler for a few weeks. Mrs. Jerry Vogler of New Jeff of Starke were Fa who in turn, presented the
Sympathy of the commun- Smyrna, came Saturday to get ther's Day guests of their check to Hospital Adminis-
ity is extended to the famIly her daughter April who spenta parents Mr. and Mrs. Les trator George Canova, who
of Mrs. Mamie Futch who week with grandparents, McClellan. chairman of the EMC Y
Is also
passed away on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mosley Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rob- committee.The r.
Rusty Barfield, of Powder The other daugher is In the ert Stout, of Gainesville visited funds will reimbursethe
Springs Ga., spent a week hospital. Miss Arthurlne Blanch: for salaries of '
with her parents Mr. and James Phillips Jr., of ard recently. personnel hospital including ambul- I' '' FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE .
Abstain and Miss ;
Mrs. Kenneth Barfleld. Starke spent Sunday morn- Mrs. ArnIe drivers who have been
Hermie Mrs. Smith of Mlcanopy visited ance Clark Street Telephone: 964.7050 ,
Friends of Mrs. Ing with his mother Ruby at the hospital and Jefferson at
Kelly regret to learn that O. J. Phillips Sr. Mrs. Flossie Rosier Sat- working also taking special Instruction 'j .a =.

she underwent surgery in Riverside Mr. and Mrs. Carol Eu- urday afternoon. school and for emer-
Hospital on Thurs- banks of Orlando and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bos- at a

day of last week. and Mrs. Paul Jones of Rai- t1ckof; Fort Fierce, were
Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo ford spent the weekend with guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lea

spent Monday with her mother their parents Mr. and Mrs. McClellan, Saturday after-
Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. Vernon Mobley Sr. noon. iI DIY
Mr. and Mrs. George Shu- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Har- Chief and Mrs. Barry Watts

ford and family Mr. and Mrs. per and son, of Starke Mr. and family of Jacksonville
Danny Jackson, Mrs. Lois and Mrs. Truman Norman, were weekend guests of Chief
Carter Mrs. Patty Lang of and Wayne Holllngsworth, and Mrs. Benjamin McCullyand
Jacksonville and Mr. and were Father's Day guests of family Chief and Mrs.

Mrs. Glen Starling were Fa- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt.Mr. Watts have purchased the M.
ther's Day guests of Mr. and M. Jordan home and plan to

Mrs. Leon Starling.Mr. and Mrs. Randy Haynesof move there some time In the

and Mrs. Paul Grlf Hampton were supper future
fls Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ben- guests of their; parents Mr. Mrs. Darlene Norman and

nett and son, and Mr. and and Mrs. Earl Teston on sons Mrs. Marcus Griffis p '
Mrs. Spurgeon Massey and Saturday.Mr. and children, and Mrs. Carl C 1 1 /
p e
family and Susanne Smith and Mrs. Wendell Kel- Norman and sons were Fa-
of Bushnoll were guests at ly and family and Hermle ther's Day guests of their
parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry SAVI 13l SAVI16'1 PACKAGE OF 5

Wllkerson.Mrs. Emmett Low- IAVI 47'1 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID FOAM KITCHEN
and
Mr. "' fAVI1SXI 'a
I
and family of Fort Worth, S.T.P. raD1se w.. PILLOWS TOIELS
}
GAINESVILLE Texas ery are spending some time KEEP KOOL 2 4jg' i KIRK HOVER,; q F

with their mother Mrs. Ba- raUIDI.
mer Lowery and their bro- III
ther-in-law and sister Mr.
Business DirectoryAUTO 'I ( m -
.. -
Mrs. Leon Wllkerson. M..Y r rNr. '
and k DLn.nf1 rfrl.
.... 1 100 X Cotton
rrlu
1 !
Walker Star- 'p q $; w..J.H'
Mr. and Mrs. I ;; t
and family and Mr. and w..1M" 1t"wiae olf *, t p' moth. Many bright
GARDEN SUPPLIES ling l l i'' 4 g'' I a 't.p,r'S. Flolly l f f colondstripe
SALES Mrs. Carol Barnes and fam- 1 quart radiator a wh.ab.I pustule :,; proof odorless on edges of a
ily were Father's Day guestsof treatm.nt.ngl... 'Ymr a s, daaalon fhott uJ 'I's h non-allergenic< white back.
BRASINGTON Johnson Fans, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Ed May. oolan Protects 1 quart. General Motors 1.tkks' meal e, 1'J ground.
Moore Jr. and family ,' .NY clean, dry
the
OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS Freddy year approved (lm-
CADILLAC of Homestead, Mr. and round. sun face. '"
Insecticides Pt SuppliesFERTILIZERS proved with Dtxron. 7y r
SALES & SERVICE Mrs. Wesley Thomas andJay

Fin. selection of Used Cart We Rent Fertiliser Spreaders of Live Oak, Mr. and Mrs. SAVI 247.1
Tok.n On Cadillac Trod* .Tody Thomas of Gainesville -EAGLEOIL
224 N.W. 6th Ph. 378.0476 MEN'S
Ph. 378-5301 Moore
2001 N.W. 13th Mr. and Mrs. Chuck
and Bob of Lake City Mr. IAVI21 18"X21" FAMOUS MAKER
BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASSPOWELL'S and Mrs. Danny Thompson, 3/4".60 YD.ROLL tf $ARLE i RUGS ORLON HOSE

Kevin and Bryan, of Jacksonville MASKING TAPE h,
LIDDELL and Mr. and Mrs. Mic-

, Academy key Moore .all met at the AV116'lZ -
'
Beauty Glass CompanySpar. Freddy Moore Jr.'s atKlng- INCH I BAR.B.Q GRILL I I : 3DUewnl III...... /....

Lorn o Profession In Your sley Lake to honor their father hlu 1 quart'heavy Rich decorator w.. 2 l n

Tim.. Full or Part "Glass.For Ev.ry Purpose" Fred Moore on Father'sDay. ...JAS 1.1I .... duty detergent, colors.Several
via
1QW puts* 75* acrylic or-
Stor Front Mirror -- woven patterns
Tim Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jonesof Handy around gin crude Oil t Ideal for home IoM12SRaretch
"
219 N.W. 10 th 378-2766 *. Tub Enclosures Showers Jacksonville RaymondWIl- home or office, Discount Fttfm WM Jd! Hr !r' apartment.. nylon. Various

Furniture Top Glass kerson of Raiford, and Mr. Ideal I for wrap Ponobl.3positiongrillwith k yd 1sa"/ 1SI;, colors. 10-13.

, Replaced and Mrs. Timothy Wilkerson ping packagesi inchtop.Brassfinish. legs EAGLE VACUUM

were Father's Day guests of .-. R BAGS
EIECTRIC NEWLOCATIONMotur their parents Mr. and Mrs. 'gVACUUM SAY 23'1
1228 So. Main Caineivill Leon Wilkerson. 3ANiRBA/3 BOYS'
Co.
Repair 37281913721102 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dink- SAVI34%) SAVI22'7.1; .. RAINCOATS MEN'SPONCHOS

Of Gainesville. Inc. Ins and David of St. Augustine ROCKINGHAM S PIECE WITH HOODS
Repairing! R.winding FRAMES spent the weekend with CERAMIC STEAKIIIKNlf.E M.' re < I + a AND CARRYING HOODS
New And Used PICTURE their parents Mr. and Mrs. MUGS SET .w,?, ; r,,

2816 N.W.. 6th Ph. 372-8316 Creative. Carl Carter and Mrs. P. L. s Fits most voc s s GlIITH
cleaner
Fanning Dinkins. a uice;! wum
Custom .
MOVERS With Mrs. Ada Heath of Savannah Made of finest
A I;; Ga., Is spending some .'. *iiha pop.i., .! DINYM rrls.
brother-in-law .. rite Deluxe heavyweight w..J.,2S'
Long Distance Moving Personal time with her I R Dl..w r rd.. Dl.n. n -
*. Storage Packing and sister Mr. and Mrs. w..1dr vinyl Heavy gauge
Tench 'd with welded vinyl I Snap
Arlie Dobbs. -
Crating Shipping Oval Mat- Print Original Helen and Quality mugs s.ams.Snop closur..I ..
Mrs. Jack Kuhne Boxed. Stainless I PLASTIC .
Fro* Estimates Coll in warm brown Imported. closure.616.W..JSWC
Wildlife Drawing Etching Kelly and Mrs. Jim New- handles LAUNDRt
with light brown steel with plastic ik q'
372-4366 373-.610 som spent the weekend with drip .d.. 1 F' BASKETS, E rr
and daughter
son-in-law
her
200 M.E. 16th. 3731 W. Univ. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mobley SAVI 26l

and family of Tampa. While BOY'S MEN'S
1A + ?
MUSIC attended Camp FAMOUS MAKER
there they i
Van Service Inc. Helen SAYS 21l PRINTED ;
Meeting near Tampa. --. LI. 110 JEANS
3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vilU BALDWIN and Kelly remained, for a POUNDS 101; SAVE 137.1 W ""'lrH1010pNE = r T-SHIRTS
visit. MOD lATCH BANDS YOUR CHOICE! t
longer CHLORDANE
372-4271 PIANOS A ORGANS Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hew- IN bushel *l e J, .,,

AUTO SALES SERVICE itt of Tallahassee, spent the III IIIDI. Many color ro
with their parents
weekend
CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS You'd
PONTIAC t
BLOUNT Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. ...... DI...... rel., Heavy duty. -y ', r,. Expect
GMS., INC. /:JwI Their son-in-law and daughter }"'' yri.se w..1.H" To
.... Mr. and Mrs. Harley ; w..J.2t' C. ,2 budMt'us 1 100% Cotton Pay
a of Orlando met them For lawn ant i Strorq fplyelhy' Cute s Up To
iiiI MUSIC Co.C'vllle Haring, hillsflowerbedand Fashionlather colors.Mod ? C. Ien.Stoinsroof, white. Toped $10.00
!
I here Saturday. shrubs. in many neck 2 to 8. Pair
Cen. Mrs. Bell Addison of Doc designs. d(
Shopping tor's Inlet, and Mrs. Beulah- .
Factory Authorised 372-5351 of Jacksonville spent j
Frank %)
SAV111
Pon,loc and Mrs. 'f l
Sal..- Parts-Service Tuesday with Mr. SAVI'%' "' MEN'S 1 + ,. If.5.I.ctlono''.
210 N. Main Gainesville, Flo. Arise Dobbs. SPORT > .n,' many pop
Robert E. SNACK
) U1 Mr. and Mrs. SAND TOYASSORTMENT ] K ular' styles
17'
SHIRTS
John visited in Ce- CRACKERS IY ,,, r
11r., ."11. H...- Lee and 7 and colors.

CAMPER SALES & SERVICE Reftlr & Sfppllti, IK. dar Mrs.Key Jack on Sunday.Kuhne and chil- In SI'f\ e You see the will 10mIII.

Authorised Deolert dren went camping at Fort l.lJ JOHNSON'S SNEETA ownam.on

Clinch near Fernandina Wed- ......re.. NASAL BABY each pair.
Gainesville For Evons-I"t. th." of last LIQUID
nesday through Friday ...Jkl} S6 SPRAY SHAMPOO 24cc r" 1 x Sites 28-38.
CAMPER MART INC. Siegler Heating 5. week. Monyeolorsond n K 70Z. Fancy patterns
Mrs. Robert Lee attendeda styles of sand 11 ounces. For and solids. S,

3111 N. Main Galn.svlll Air Cenditiflfl Equip. bridal shower for her niece pail.to choose snacks and parties I Ioz. e. .. M,Land 14JM 7.DUrtunt .
SuppliesC.mpl.t. Miss Linda Tresca, In Jacksonville from for fun i in 3 single .
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14 TELEGRAPH June 21, 1973 .
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I -- Legal! Notices .-- HAMPTON AREA NEWSBy -Deadline- pjn.CLASSIFIED for preceding Insertion AD RATES Thursday MondayS


before. publication.
er of the 1'01l0wlngcertltlcates notice to appear In this Court a judgement may be entered Josephine Fontaine_ I
NOTICEI and show cause, If any you against you for the relief demanded -
has file said certificates for
will not be responsible why the action of this In the complaint or QUESTIONS ASKED report and there was some Toledo, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs.
for debts made by anyone a tax deed to be Issued thereon. can Court In admitting said Will petition.WITNESS. AT COUNCIL MEETINGThe discussion as to the need fora W. Oestrelch and their son Minimum Charge 1.75.
Tho- The certificate numbers night policeman. The dis- spending a two- (Covers 15 words)
other than myself.Irving should not stand City Council Keith are
to probate hand and the Hampton
and years of Issuance, the my word over 15, 8tf
They
with them. Each
6/14 2tp 6/21 Hall. cussion will be continued at week vacation
mas. unrevoked. 12 at the City
description of the property seal of said Court on June met June
L. Patten the next meeting. soaking up the sunshineand
asked the are
/sGeorge Glover
be
Chairman must
and the names In which It was All Classified Ads
Circuit Judge 14, 1973. who removed the After a discussion of !the doing a lot of fishing. unless
assessed are as follows: Gilbert S. Brown people Hart's paid for in advance
NOTICEJohnny drainage situation, Mr. Den- Has anyone see Roy
H. Pierce were through account
George If they established
Barrett has made Certificate No. 31. Year of As Clerk of Said Court trees nison made motion to celebrated his birth you have
P.O. Drawer 1030 with this project and a spokes- a go dog Roy with The Telegraph in that
Application to the Bradford Issuance 1971.Description. NW Starke, Fla. 32091 By Donna M. BransonAs man for the removal com- down the old ditch and cleanIt day this month and received event 50(! extra. charge for
County Zoning Board for reclassification of Property: Attorney for Executor Deputy Clerk slad they had finished out The motion was sec- a registered Canadian chihuahua billing. foot responsible for
of the 1/4 of NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 Ex (Court Seal) pany Curtis but for present.The the
property First Publication on May 31, 11 trees that were mark- onded by Mr. was dog a errors wnen given over
described below from OR to R/W Lying E of Kingsley Rd 1973 6/21 4t 7/12 the removal but that there not acknowledged by the chairman next day the dog disappeared phone or when copy is not typed
ed for
Sec: 25,T-5-S, R-22. need- Mr. Dennison asked what and has not been and brought to the office
MS.That 5/31 4t 6/21 the other half that '
were
portion In Section 33- Name In which assessed: In The Circuit Court Of The ed to be taken out, as some he was going to do about his seen since. Roy is very unhappy -
6s-22E which lies East of Willie Strong. Eighth Judicial Circuit Of motion, but was still not recognized and says he will gladly -
100 North of Hwy 100- All of said property beingIn And For Bradford were dangerous. the chairman. reward It someone
Hwy NOTICE Florida, In Several residents asked why by pay a WANTEDExperienced COOK,
A and South of SCL RR 3- the County of Bradford Mrs. W. B. Conerly and County. only half of the job was done The cleaning of the City will bring his dog back. The Homestead Restaurant, Hwy

A. State of Florida.certificate Mr. Wilson B. Conerly have CITY OF STAR.KE. FLO- and Mr. Glover explained that Hall and the need of a per- dog's name is Tessie and is 21 N., Keystone Heights.
This change In classification Unless such or made Application to the Brad- RIDA, Plaintiff vs. TIlE the contract provided that the son to clean and be responsible fawn colored, and blind in Please apply in person. Itchg
be redeemed
certificates shall -
Is subject to a public ford County Zoning Board for STATE OF FLORIDA, et company remove half now. and for it after the city meet- her right eye.BIRTHDAYS .
to law the -
according
hearing to be held on Tues- property reclassification of the pro- al. Defendants. half later at the same rate ings was discussed. Also the
day June 26th at 7:30: PIn described in such certificate described below from Order To Show Cause of cost. matter of changing to a Ma- :
the County Commissionroom or certificates will perty To The State Of Florida Fontaine asked abouta yor-Commissioner form of Mrs. Josephine Fontaine
EA RI-A Mrs.
to AUTOMOBilES
:
bid-
at the Bradford County be sold to the highest And The Several Property fire ordinance but no one government, but more needsto will celebrate her birthday
Court House at which time der at the court house door Sec. 8-6S-22E, Beg. SE Cor Owners, Taxpayers, Citizens the Council seemed to know be known as to the actual on June 24.RECREATION. USED :
all persons Interested shall on Monday In Month of July of SW 1/4 of SW 1/4, W. 205.- And Others Having Or Claiming on ordinance laws of changing. Mr. Trls-
there an
be heard for or against the 1973 which Is the 16th day 60', N.- 341.32', K.: 713.29' to Any Right, Title Or Interest if was fires and she ler made a motion to havea NEWS

proposal, as specified in the of July at 11:00: AM, 1973. W R/W of Hwy 16 SEly on In Property To Be against told open to consult the For- special election about this, The rain poured down but

Zoning Code of Bradford Dated this 7th day of June W. R/W 365.35'. W 606.65'to Affected By The IssuanceBy was Service. There were but as there was a motion didn't dampen the spirits of FOR SALE: One catering truck

1973. POB; 5.97 am/1 Sec. 17- The City Of Starke Flo- estry also complaints about on the floor it could not be the people who came out to with soda dispenser, oven for
County.John Chairman Gilbert S. Brown Clerk 6s-22E, NW 1/4 of NW 4/4. Utility some The cake walks coffee urn
Torode rida, Of $1,800,000 the not being cut as accepted. Then Mr. Gloverwas the box supper. hot sandwiches, ;
Bradford County Zoning By Beulah M. Moody 40-A Sec. 18-68-22E NE 14of Revenue Bonds, Series 1973, it should grass be. made to recognize the were fun and Ted Curtis won fully equipped. 1195.

Board. Clerk of Circuit Court of NE 1/4, 40-A. Hereinafter More Particu- The was asked as motion on the floor that had four cakes. It was really his Phone 964-6670. 2tp 6/21
question
6/14 2t 6/21 Bradford County, Florida. This change In classification lary Described Or To Be to what the town would use been made and seconded. It lucky evening as he also won

6/14 4t 7/5 is subject to a public Tuesday Affected In Any Way Thereby: Cor recreation ground now that was voted on and passed 2 to the fan that was raffled off. FOR SALE- 1970 Torino Fal-
be held on
hearing to number of men
Of Florida There
were a
In the Circuit Court of the P.M. The State the ball field was sold. Jerry 1. SS 6 23,000 miles
June 26 at 7:30: con cyl.,
for the ugliest
State Attorney Mr. Glover would not accept in the contest
Eighth Judicial Circuit Florida In the Circuit Court of The Commissionroom through the Wadsworth volunteered to take excellent condition. Call 964-
In and For Bradford Eighth Judicial Clrcultof Florida In the County the Bradford County of the Eighth Judicial CIr- the lights down from the ball this as Mr. Lott had man, but W. ((Bill) Fontainewon 7226. 4tp 7/5
at State and the been called out an emer- and received a gift certificate
said on
County. Case No. 73-134 In and For Bradford at which time cuit of field If the council would
House
IN RE: The Marriage of County. Case No. 73143IN Court Interested shall several property owners, tax- take care of removing the gency and the chairman said from a drug storein
all persons and others not enough to Starke. Also, for the prettiest
of citizens there was
IRENE KNOWLES, Petitioner RE: The Marriage the payers, poles. There was no definite -
and JAMES KNOWLES, BELVA EICHOLTZ, Petitioner be heard for or against having or claiming any right, answer as to what the pass on a motion. Mr. Cur- lady, Mrs. Barbara Bruno FOR SALE
,
in the Interest in property tis then asked that the law- won over several others r
Respondent.NOTICE. and ROY EICHOLTZ Re- proposal, as specified title or city will do for a recreation
OF SUIT Zoning Code of Bradford to be affected by the Issuanceby ground. yer be contacted and asked that their friends! had enter-

TO JAMES KNOWLES, Residence spondent.NOTICE OF SUIT County.John the City of Starke, Florida, There was a discussion as if it was legal. ed. She also received a gift
: Unknown. TO: Roy Eicholtz Route 1, Torode, Chairman of the Utility Revenue Bonds to where a map of the City Mr. Trisler then made his certificate to the drug store. FOR SALE: Air Conditioner;

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Box 90, Creston Ohio. Bradford County Zoning Series 1973, hereinafter more Cemetery could be found but motion again, but it died 10 x 35 Detrolter Mo-

that an action for dissolution YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Board particularly described, or to no one seemed to know much for lack of a second. ble Home.( Priced to sell.
of marriage has been that an action for Dissolution 6/7 4t 6/28 be affected in any way thereby about It, except that at onetime Jerry Wadsworth asked for r Will finance if necessary.--

filed against you and you are of Marriage has been are hereby required to It belonged to the Methodist some satisfaction as to bet- New Trailer 426 N. Walnut, 9645390.Itp .
required to serve a copy of filed against you and you are appear before the Circuit Conference and was ter police coverage for Hamp
written defenses, If any required to serve a copy of In The Circuit Court, Eighth Court of Bradford County given to the City of Hamp ton. Mr. Glover said he real- Court
your to It on SHAW AND KOPE- your written defenses If any Judicial Circuit, In and For Florida in the Eighth Judi- ly didn't know what would ,

LOUSOS, Attorneys for Petitioner to it on SHAW AND KOPE- Bradford County Florida. cial Circuit of said Stateat ton.Mr.. Parker gave a police happen, they would just haveto Just Opened
whose address is 142 LOUSOS, Attorneys for Petitioner Case No. the Court House in STARKE wait. Mr. Curtis then madea A. J. THOMAS-REALTOR
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West dfan Street, P. O. Box whose address Is In re: Petition for Adoption Florida, on the 18th day motion to vote on gettinga For RetireesAnd 964-5701 NITES 468-1753

1086, Starke, Florida, 32091 142 West Call St., P. O. Box for BOBBY LANE Mc- of July, 1973, at 10:00 o'clock BROWN, JR., Attorney for night marshal at the next 3 Apts In Large Frame House

and file the original with the 1086, Starke Fla. 32091, and LEOD a.m., and show cause why Petitioner Post Office Box Council meeting. This was
Clerk of the abovestyledCourt file the original with the Clerk; NOTICE the prayers of the complaint 13502, 15 Northwest Second seconded by Mr. Dennison Senior CitizensIn New Brick Home-Alr-1 Acre

on or before July 16, of the above-styled Court on TO: STEVE BUNCHE, address filed In the above-entitled Street, Gainesville, Florida, was left at that. Mayor Hill '

1973, otherwise a judgmentmay or before July 18, 1973, other- unknown. proceeding should not be on or before the 15 day was not present. 2 Nice Homes on'E Call St.
be entered against you wise a judgement may b entered You are notified that the granted and the Utility Revenue of July, 1973 and file the City Limits, On

for the relief demanded In against you for the relIef above named petitioner Bonds, Series 1973, original of same with the WEDDING BELLS Saratoga-3 BR 2 ,Bath, Air
the Complaint. demanded in the Com- BOBBY LANE McLEOD, has therein described and the Clerk of this Court, either Mrs. Pauline Lott announ- 301 South.

WITNESS my hand and the plaint. filed a Petition in the above- proceedings heretofore had before service on Petitioner's ces the engagement and ap- Large 2 Story Frame-In Town

seal of said Court on the WITNESS my hand and the styled Court for the adoption authorizing the Issuance attorney or Immediately proaching marriage of her
11th day of June, 1973. seal of said Court on the of the minor child namedin thereof validated and confirmed thereafter. Otherwise, a daughter Jane Elizabeth, to At Jo-Lu Court. 38 Acres of Good Pasture

Gilbert S. Brown, as Clerk 5th day of June 1973. that Petition and you are said Utility Revenue default will be entered againstyou Hall. The weddingwill
of Said Court Gilbert S. Brown As commanded to serve a copy Bonds Series 1973, being for the relief demanded Charles 36 Acre LakeReduced
defenses if be an event of September -
Beulah M. Moody, IJe- Said Court of your written dated July 1, 1973 bearing in the Petition.
By: Clerk of The bride-elect is the
Clerk M. Branson any, on Dudley P. Hardy, Pe- interest at a rate or rates witness my hand and official 22. Phone 9641974'ADDING 24 Acres in the Lawtey Area
puty Donna Lott and
By: of Mrs.
whose address daughter
PUBLICATION June titioner's attorney, not exceeding the maximum seal of this Court
14 FIRST 1973 : DeptDeputy Clerk Is P. O. Drawer 730, legal rate at the time of this 31 day of May, A.D. the late Foster Lott. Mr. Hall
B.
W.
6/14 Starke; Florida, 32091, on or the sale thereof, aggregating 1973. is the son of Mrs. MACHINE ROLLS.
4t 7/5 PUBLICATION June
FIRST
14 1973 : before August I, 1973, and the principal amount of $1, Clerk of Circuit Court McKinney of Starke. File Folders, complete line office Antiques For Sale
-
6/14 4t 7/5 file the original with the Clerk 800,000, being in the denomi- Bradford County, FloridaBY & NEIGHBORS supplies.The Telegraph Call 782-3319
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR of this Court either before nation of $5,000 each, and : Donna M. Branson FRIENDS Rod- Phone 964-6305. Or 964-8160
and Mrs. George
attor- Mr.
TAX DEED service on Petitioner's maturing in annual Installments Deputy Clerk
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ney or Immediately thereafter in the years 1975 6/21, 4t 7/12 rlquez are delighted to have

that N. R. McLeod, the REGISTER FICTITIOUS ; otherwise a Default maybe to 2002, both Inclusive, amore friends visiting them from FOR SALERipe tomatoes.
holder of the following certificates NAME entered aealnst you for the complete descriptionof Gene Clemons, Morgan Rd.

has filed said certificates Notice is hereby given that relief demanded In the Pe- which said Utility Revenue -?, ..,..w. next to 301. Phone 9648228.
for a tax deed to the undersigned, Mrs. A. J. tition. Bonds Series 1973, is con- o'w.a 2tchg 6/28
be issued thereon. The certificate Barry 1217 Bessent Road, WITNESS my hand and the tained In the complaint here-
numbers and years Starke, Fla. 32091 Intendsto seal of the Court at Starke FOR SALE-White Sweet Corn,
of issuance, the description engage in business under Florida, this 14th day of June in.Done and orderedat ready Friday June 22, $2

of the property and the namesIn the fictitious name The Magic 1973. STARK3:, Florida, this per bushel. Peas later. State
which it was assessed are Needle In Starke, Fla. mailIng Clerk of Circuit Court 13th day of June, 1973. Road 16, 2 miles east of

as follows: address P. O. Box 548, By Donna Branson Elzie Sanders SI Starke.David Wainwright,
Certificate No. 13. Year of Starke, Fla. 32091, and that Deputy Clerk Judge of the Circuit Courtof Phone 964-8479. Itp

Issuance 1971.Description. she will register said name 6/21 4t 7/12 the Eight Judicial Cir-

of Property: with the Clerk of the Cir- cuit of Florida, In and FOR SALEShetland Sheep

Beg at NE Cor of NE 1/4 cuit Court, Bradford County In The Circuit Court, Eighth for Bradford County. Dog. Two-year-old male, sable -
of NW 1/4 and run SWly 339 Florida. Mrs. A. J. Barry, Judicial Circuit of Florida, 6/21 4t 7/12 brown white. AKC Reg-
1/2 Ft for FOB SWly 210 Ft, sole owner. Dated this 25th In and For Bradford County istered. Obedience school

W 210 Ft, NEIy 210 Ft, Ely day of May 1973. CIVIL ACTION In The Circuit Court Eighth trained. $50. Owner must
210 Ft to POB Sec 28, T- 5/31 4t 6/21 Case No. 73163In Judicial Circuit In And For move. Phone 468-1756. Itp

7-S, R-21 re: The Marriage of EARL Bradford County, FloridaIn
Name In which assessed: WALKER, JR., Husband and Probate File No. 73-157 FOR SALEMetal roof, lum-
Mrs. Kate Morgan Est. In The Circuit Court of Flo- BRIGITTE K. WALKER, Wife IN RE: Estate Of ALICEM. ber and post from chicken

All of said property beingin rida Eighth Judicial Circuit, NOTICE OF SUIT- DWYER, deceased. house. Like new, cheap. Phone
the County of Bradford, In and For Bradford County. NO PROPERTYTo NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo 964-5317. Itp

State of Florida. IN PROBATE : BRIGITTE K. WALKER All Creditors And Per-

Unless such certificate or Case No. 6369 Schoveck 1, Bleich- Having Claims Or Demands -
certificates shall be redeemed In Estate of CARRIE sons FOR SALE1970 Cobra Tra-
re: str. 3, West Germany. Against Said Estate:
according to law the pro- WARD, deceased. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- You and each of you vel Trailer, 27 ft. fully con-
perty described in such cer- NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll tained, 2500. Cost new,
FIED that an action for dissolution are hereby notified and required
tificate or certificates: will creditors of the estate of marriage has been to present any claims BART RAM $7,200. Phone 964-8746.

be sold to the highest bidderat of CARRIE WARD, deceased, filed against you BRIGITTEK. and demands which you, or ltp

the court house door on are hereby notified and required WALKER and you are required either of you, may have Since 19:1.:
Monday In Month of July, 1973, to file any claims or to serve a copy of against the estate of AliceM. FOR SALEGood clean Ber-

which is th 16th day of Julyat demands which they may have your written defenses, if any Dwyer, deceased, late muda Hay, $1.25 a bale. CallJ.

11:00 A.M.,1973. against said estate in the office to it, on the plaintiffs attor- of said County, to the Pre- R. Raulerson Crystal Lake
Dated this 7th day of June, of the Circuit Judge of ney, whose name and addressis siding Circuit Judge of Brad- 473-4456 between 1-2 or after -
1973. Bradford County Florida, In HARDY Esquire of natural beauty, Bartram School offers a 6.
DUDLEY P. ford County, Florida, at his Situated on a campus great ltp
Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk the Courthouse at Starke, Flo- Attorney at Law, P.O. office In the court houseof college oriented program for day and resident girls in grades 5
By Beulah M. Moody rida, within six calendar 730 Starke Florida Starke strong SALE- Acres land
Drawer said County at in such areas as FOR
Clerk of Circuit Court of months from the date of the 32091 and file the original Florida, within six calendar through 12. The School emphasizes advanced preparation 2 miles east of Starke.
Bradford County, Florida first publication of this no the above humanities, mathematics, and sciences in addition to
with the clerk of months from the time of the languages, the $3,500. Phone 964-6479. Itp
6/14 4t 7/5 tice. Each claim or demand court or before July of this and dramatics.
and must styled on the first publication unusual opportunities in art, music
be in
must writing
1973 otherwise a judge- of each
31.
state the place of residenceand : notice. Two copies! FOR SALE- 1970 Kawasaki
NOTICE; address of ment may be entered against claim or demand snail DC 350 runs good. Phone 431-

The Bradford County Zon- the post claimant office and must be you for the relief demandedIn In writing and shall) state Bartram School is an Independent, non-profit institution with no formal 1176. lipLINOLEUM
.
Board has made Application the complaint or petition.WITl''ESS the place of residence and ethnic
ing racial and
sworn to by the claimant, my hand and the office address of the religious affiliations and includes girls from all religious,
to the Bradford County post FLOOR Covering
his attorney
his ,
agent, or
Board for reclassification seal of said Court on June claimant, and shall be swornto
Zoning or it will become void accordIng backgrounds. 6x9. $3.19; 9 x 12. $5.98;
of the property des- to law. 14, 1973.Gilbert S. BrownAs by the claimant, his agentor 12 x 12, $11.50; 12 x 15 :only

cribed below from RI-B to Dated this 22nd day of May attorney and accompaniedby 914.95.: Many patterns and co-
Clerk of said Court filing fee of one dollar influencing the total life of our
RI-C. A. D., 1973. a Bartram School is deeply committed to so lors. Dahmer's Discount tf
BransonAs
That portion of Sections 31 By Donna M. and such claim or demandnot woman's world going
/s/ Harry L. McDowell Deputy Clerk filed shall be void. student that she is able to take her proper place in a
and 32- -22E South and East so
Executor of the Estate of total future. WATSON'SHOUSE
her
(Court Seal) Our concern is her future -
of Alligator Creek and South CARRIE WARD deceased. Edmund W. Dwyer Jr. through great social changes. OF VACUUMS
,
and West of City Limits of George II. Pierce 6/21 4t 7/12 Administrator of the Estate That is why ours is an imaginative and comprehensive program, conceived, Many brands of new vacuums

Starke and that portion of AttorneyP. of Alice M. Dwyer planned and directed by a superb faculty. Though attuned to today'schanging $39.00 up. Used machines

Section 5-7S-22E East of Hwy O. Drawer 1030 In The Circuit Court, Eighth deceased. remains proud of its traditions, dating back to from $10. Expert Repairsall
Bartram
Prevatt Attorneyat world,
C.
301 and West of SCL RR which Starke, Florida 32091 Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn Myron founded makes. Parts and Acces-
lies North of the Industrial First Publication on May 31, and For Bradford County Law, P.O. Box 666 Key- the mid-1930s when a group of prominent Jacksonville families sories for all vacuums. Builtin

Zoned area. Said property 1973 CIVIL ACTION stone Heights, Florida 32- Bartram to provide their daughters with sound academic training as well Central vacumn clew: .q;

comprises all of Lincoln City. 5/31 4t 6/21 Case No. 73138In 656 6214t, Attorney 7/12 for the Estate developing qualities of character, integrity, independence and good systems 712 N.Main, Gaines-
This change In classification as
The Marriage of ville 376-7110
re: be traced in the distinguished
Is subject to a public CLAUDE B. HARDEE. hus- judgment. Bartram's success can

hearing to be held on Tuesday In The Circuit Court of Flo- band & MARGARET R. HAR In The Circuit Court Of achievements of its graduates over the years. FOR SALE2 large water

June 26th at 7:30 PM rida Eighth Judicial Circuit DEE wife. Florida Eighth Judicial Circuit front lots on Hampton Lake.F. .

In the County Commissionroom In and For Bradford County.IN NOTICE OF SUIT- In And For Bradford Register 964-5888 or 964-
at the Bradford County PROBATE NO PROPERTYYOU County. Case Number: 73-147 provides accommodations for resident students and encourages 8771. tfchg
Bartram
Court House at which time Case MIn ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED GRADYW
IN RE: Petition of Bartram welcomes
all persons Interested shall re:Estate of Carrie Ward that an action for dissolution GOSNELL. five-day boarders from the Greater Jacksonville area. FOR SALE- Mobile home (4)

be heard for or against the deceased. of marriage has been NOTICE OF ADOPTION PROCEEDING your interest. wheels & axels, $100. 6"
proposal, as specified in the NOTICE OF PROBATE MARGARETR.
filed against you Craftman Jointer planer$125.
Zoning Code of Bradford TO ALL PERSONS INTER- HARDEE and you are required TO: Reubln L. Holt, Residence 10" Craftman radial saw,$125.
County.John ESTED IN TIlE ESTATE OF to serve a copy of Unknown. 60' Chevrolet pickup $75.

Torode, Chairman SAID DECEDENT. your written defenses, If any YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- For further information write to Keys, Hampton Lake. Itp
Bradford County Zoning You are hereby no tired thata to it, on the plaintiffs attorney FIED that the above name Fully accredited by Coll..fLNp t Bradford Lamson

Board written Instrument purpor- whose name and address Petitioner, GRADY W. COS- ern Aoelllon of j t Mr. FOR SALE1963 2-ton GMC
6/14 2t 621NOTICE ting to be the Last Will and is DUDLEY P. HAR. NELL, has filed a Petitionin end School! Natlonet A... 2264 Bartram RoadJacksonville with watermelon body & pulpwood -

Testament of said decedenthas DY, Esq., Attorney at Law, the above styled Court eooletlon of Independent {* tT Florida 32207 rack 1250. 1950 11/2

OF APPLICATIONFOR been admitted to probate P. 0. Drawer 730, Starke, for the adoption of the minor School *nd Florid <3 pT 'oy lit tea telephone ((904)) 724-8850 ton Chev. with pulpwood rack,
TAX DEED In this Court. You are here- Florida, 32091 and file the children named in that Petition lot independent MMB. or $800. One utility; trailer frame

Sec. 194.16, F.S. by commanded within six cal- original with the clerk of the and you are commandedto $125.Carl J. Wilson, 964-
NOTICE ISHEREBY GIVEN, endar months from the date above styled court on or before serve a copy of written 6691. 4tp 75'age

that Alice Hamilton, the hold- of the first publication of this July 31, 1973: otherwise defense if any to P. AUSE





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FOR SALE1967 clean Mustang

$450. Upholstery excellent FOR RENT12' wide mobile tt 7 4
nearly new tires 6 cyl. homes INSURANCEAT
outside PUMPS I
city limits. J.
Good Phone mechanical 964-7154. Itp condition. B. White. Ph. 964-6114. It LONG CHAMPHome NEW AND REDUCED RATES Job Opportunities Phone 964-6061 '(I:',;r FREE
no USED .
answer 964-6219. AUTO, FIRE, BOAT -Jt ESTIMATES[
Cook .l
or 964-6152. ttchg and
Building
FOR SALE1973 Wlnnebago SALES DOYLE E. CONNER

18 ft motor home, Just broken Materials PARTS INSURANCE AGENCY DI.hwa.her.Restaurant*
tehg
In $7,500. Will trade for late trees -WE BUILD- SERVICE
model car or truck. Ph. 473- WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE
3767. 6/21 HOUSES "Your Plans Deep and Shallow Wells
4tp FOR SALE Or Ours (E.lablUh.d 1949)
Your Lot Or Ours." r. IlllIlll
744 N. Thompson Starke
An- ,
189 LB. FREEZERS only FREE ESTIMATES Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT

$169.95.12 payments Just of$16.75$14.66 down and FOR SALE2 story Mobile Remodeling Repairs SERVICEON Mobil. Homos / Ir'hrrr \',mr ltn !iii"** I I" tlirnv" '"""r"'i",1

mer's Discount at Dah- home; 3 BR, 1-1/2 Bath l. Air .Additions ALL MAKES SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES
ttchg
Condition, & Dishwasher. Set Expondo Rooms & Add
up on fenced lot, $500 down Homes Bought > Sold PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE I On Rooms eI
SIDE BY SIDE Refrigerator owner will finance balance. Traded I M
Fr. I
Delivery and S.t
& Freezer, only $400 with Will consider renting to reliable .ACREAGE. FOR SALE. 100 MILE Up
trade less than 5 years old. party; or small family. PUMP & SUPPLY CO. RADIUS
Payments of $14.44 at Dah- Phone 964-5832 Days964- 944453Hwy. BANK FINANCING
mer's Discount ttchg 8718 Evenings. Itp 301 S. Starke TF I Moved 5 Blocks North HWY 17 NORTH.

864 N. Temple AveRefinishing GREEN COVE 5/73 ,. r. r v o.rs or.-.
LOTSZoned for mobile NATIONAL mortgage company Tl. 284-5001 ... 11RAY'S GOOD PAY
homes and houses. Several has two four bedroom, 2 AND BENEFITS
subdivisions to choose from, bath homes for sale, on 1/2 COMPLETE ro ,
only $95 down. Monthly pay acre wooded lots. Low down i Paid Vacations
HOUSE
ments to suit your budget. payment. Call and see how CLEANINGInside ELECTRIC Paid Holidays aORNa'O a HORN /Lr0 LIII. IrIIN a'e-
Ph. 468-1551 or 964-8331. easy it( is to own one of these & Out All Types OfUphoUtary Keystone Hgts.

tfchg homes. Call collect Ocala 622- STEAM CLEAN AefifwerRId11l'Iral Rald.ntiolComm.rdal Group Insurance
8118. ttchg C.bln.t Work Profit Sharing
FOR SALE-Used work pants, Mildew Paint Stripping IndustrialAAA
$1.00 and long sleeve shirts FOR SALENew 3 bedroom Carpet & Floor Service Specializing In Monitor Channel 13 UniformsAnd 24x52. Br IYz Boots and Utility Room

$1.00 Sanitone; short sleeve shirts 750; brick veneer 2 baths, liv PHONE 964-5771 Piano Refinishing On C.B. Radios Many Others

tory Outlet cleaned., 266 Tom's U. S.Fac-90 ing area.room Good, kitchen location.and Finan-dining Before 8 A.M. after 4 P.M. And ReconditioningC. Licensed & Bon Apply In Person At $6,995 Set up and

West, Baldwin, Fla. 4tp 6/4 cing available. Call.Buford Complete Janitorial E. JACKSON Free Estimate DeliveredOLiN'S

Mitchell, 964-6853. tfchg Service Ph. 473-3681 HOLIDAY INN MOBILE HOME SALES

LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf BOYD SERVICF.: 1313 W. Madison Starke OF STARKE HWY. lUU W'.,STARKE 964.5606oaooooo0000000000000000000
& Country Club ready for

building on or for investment. No Job Too Small Between 8 A.M. 5 P.M.
Lots area approximately 1/2
MILLEI .rew
acre and larger. Paved roads LOST AND FOUND
Your I
only 3 minutes from town. I Bill's C.B. Radio & Equipment

Call 964-7701, 8 ajn. to 5pjn. Real Estate I
Riley i 321 N. Temple.Aye.
tfchg Forget
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Ph.
Broker

.., with yellow Hospital[initial gold School trimmed R.H.of on Nursing Ingreen front.)} BUY SELL TRADEAPPRAISALS N.w VOLKSWAGEN& Uted Paving Co.Driveways something? jI j jI I Complete Line Of/ C. /;. 964-834G-8361 Uwliu//

Reverse side initial. M.G.D., I Equipment -
MISCELLANEOUS jI
1943. Lost in vicinity Starke, Sole S.rylceWI I I
... Fri? June 1, 1973. Reward. Call Bill Powell Lots jj I IC'r'/1'atcllarr'!! .ultra; llnnrninp .!Cr Tn"
.. Call Parking r I I
964-6701.
Itp
964-6464 1 Mi. North of the Mall I

WELL kept carpets show the GAINESVILLE I "Home Of Th. Magnetic Signs"

rejults of regular Blue Lus- 24 Hrs. A DayFIAT 473-2102
tre spot cleaning. Rent electric MARTIN CAMPERS 0 j 72 Hour Servie.On All Magnetic Signs.

shampooer $1. Devrlck, U.S. 90 West..Lake City
Inc., 301 E. Call St. 964- Phon. 752-3723 ..1.1A Cl'eJJoins P.O.Box 212

6163. For Best Selection Of City Limits STARKE BUILDERSA

2 Paved roads Starke
TRAVEL TRAILERS ,
U.S. COAST GUARD offers 1 Grad. Complete Building Service
Reserve or Regular Service MINI-HOMES Fla. Well don't forget last sum Phone 964-5270
219 E. Washington St.
for quallflted Men and Wo- TRUCK CAMPERSAND ] &27.50O.OO mer's sizzling heat! Tame Starke, Fla.
men. Education Travel and TOPPERSFull TFCOLORADO hot weather fast with a famous
Adventure. Good Pay Fringe Service Carrier quality central CONGOLEUM
Sales Parts 3 BEDROOM air conditioner at the SHINYL VINYL
Benefits. Call Collect-- (904) Lin Of Port And
New and Used [HOUSE lowest prices ever duringour "The No Wax 4.59
791-2702. 2tp 6/28 Service I pre-season pricebreaker Floor"
TF USED IMPORT CARS WITH FURNITURE sale! Completely: InstallrH Compare: At $6.50 Per Sq. yd.

WANTEDCentral heatln HARFIED AUTO Large Shaded Lot 40 ACRE RANCH
air, com. P. 0. Box 432. In Town $7,975! BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI
0. C. CiruM IMPOITS INC.
Starke. Itp Nirxry SEEING IS BUYING
Thousands of Plant High mountain valley, I Jsr NYLONMany
509 E. UniveriityGainesville. { "
BILL ,
POWELL
Fruit Trees, Shad Trees Colon To Choos From
WANTEDTo near highway. $6.97
buy one to five 372-4373
TF BROKER .
Exc d F.H.A.
Specification
Evergreens, Camellias,
acres of land near Starke. $85 down, $85 monthly
Phone 964-8746. Azaleas. Roses 964-6464 533-2208 Completely In.t.lled Over Rubber Padding Per Sq. yd.
Itp .
Owner STEED
Matt In Cant Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
MOBILE home Also INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR 911 W. 10th Sawyer-Slade Gas SHAG
moving. 23 Mi. S.E. Of Stark, SELLING? mop Continuous The Carpet With The Now Loold
mobile borne hurricane anchoring Hwy. 100 r S SAVE S Amarillo, Tex. 79101 332 W. Madison' M. Fll. Nylon
& ny Colon To Chooie From
mobile home
roof
coating. Olln's Mobile Home Fleraham 659.2165 CONTACT FRED DAVIS 806-376-8690 Stcrke, Fla.9G4.7701 Completely tnitalled Over Rubber Padding Per Sq. Yd. $1 9S

Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. ltp-6/M:
Starke Fla. ttchg GEORGE ROBERTS BUICK PONTIAC
POULTRY EQUIP OF GMC TRUCKS mrrfwrFfrn't't a s-fsfrs a-g \
REAL ESTATE
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WANTED- Used furniture refrigerators ALL KINDS. Charles A LITTLE RIDE CAN PINEHURST GROCERY AND VARIETY STORE HELP WANTEDNo
washers.Dah- Zlpperer SAVE YOU A
L0jy7;
mer's Discount House tfchg R. Q. Simmons Wayne Douglas GREfN COVE SPRINGS 3 Special; One 1 Week Only On
Associates Experience Necessary, Steady Work,

LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast Equip Co. PHONE 961-7826 DOUBLE KNIT MATERIAL Fringe Benefits

with X-ll Diet Plan, $3.00. 317 E Brownl.. St. 421 W. MADISON ST. KIRBY CO. Of Starke
$4.99
REDUCE Excess Fluids with Now $3.99 APPLY AT

X-Pel $3.00.Money Back Gua- Stork., Fla. (WINKLER ELECTRIC, S399 Now $2.99
rantee at Koch Drug. 12tp I INC.) HWY 100 East Store Hotus "' NATIONAL PROTEIN INC.
6/21 SEWINGMACHINE Of Stnrke. ..e..11 And Chrlet ne Deee 7 Days A Ueek
Phone 964.6819
KIRBYVacuum : Road 21 Hampton
Fla.
"WE NOW HAVE diamond
cwtfiles tfchfl :
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
for any make or model/
stereo player. Dahmer's Sales and Service I11PP ( p-) TRACTOR CO. : 8:00 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M.
Discount
House tfchg PFAFF- ELNA : An
United Farm CleanersSales Telephone 372.3464 Equal Opportunity Employer
LICENSED electrician and Inc New Hom.
Agency, BBoeeQBBBBaeBeBitBBBflE
FARM f MACHINES jUme aBJLM, JMUL0-"
sub-contractor all types
Real Estate Broker WHITE
home remodeling work. Also Reg. and Service
w.ldhtg. Speedy service. 964- Paul & Irene Faulkner $49.50 up New & Used

8087. 5tp 75J. Associates Temple
Ave.
234'N.
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Part & Repairs on 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441 Male'
206 S. Water Street
T. PARRISH: land clear all other make machines
ing, fill dirt, septic tanks. Stork., Fla. 964.5065 Phon. 964-7596 GAINESVILLE FLA.
Phone 496-8055, Lake Bulot. tWANT TO SELL OR HELP l WANTED l
4tp 7/5 RUY REAL ESTATE? After 6 P.M. 964-5359 "Where Service The Better Id.a"
NATIONAL
Call U* For Best Prices
REDUCE sate & fast with
Prospects Woitinq
611 W. Univ. Ave.
GoBese Tablets&E-Yap"wa- tfchg E.W. Southern Wood) Piedmont.
Pringle
Phar- -
ter pills. Andrews Gainesville, Fla. MORTGAGESInterested
macy. 5tp 712ELECTRICAL Co.
Roofing

A.A. MEETING 378-1355 In buying II aid]MMI. 1'lil.eeeaea.
WIRING and
1 1st & second up to dateor
17 Yu ExperienceLicensed
troubleshooting. Specializingin FRIDAY NIGHT
3-phase motors and con- dellquent mortgages
I e /s *** < ++
trols of 208V to 4160V. D.C. 8:30: P.M. JIMMY MOORE'SSuSptrts

er motors supplies, solid state and D.C.automatic Pow- 309 N. CHERRY ST. New & Old Work LET US MAKE YOU AN OFFER J.. r.0. Box 607 ; y .S Phone 964-6061

speed controls. Contact Paul, MORE BOAT FOR 1 Yr Guarantee Call John Bradley South.rn Discount j 1'\;.:;"
?
I. Meng Star Rt., Hampton, Want To Drink, That'iYour YOUR MONEY j
Phone 468-1056 Free Estimates
5tp/7/12 964.5010
Business Starke Ph. 9645791plet.0utboord :.
9648961NO .. WELLS ELECTRIC
HOUSE PAINTINGFree es- Want To Stop, That' Our & Stern .. SERVICE
timate. Call] A. J. Newman Drive Service and Repair. --- --- ---------
Business T : ,taMuh.d]1949)
after 5 p.m. Ph. 964-5559. 4tp 7/5 Complete; Fibergles Repair JOB TOO BIG FACTORY HELP NEEDED :
I
Custom built Fiberglass ,, 744 N. Thompson Free Estimates

Fishing Beats. OR TOO SMALL I Starke Florida TFPLASTERING

CARL BEGGS Owen Joist of Florida, Inc. needs dependable, able I :

t FOR RENT 1 Gulf Service I bodied factory help. No expert ince necessary. I ..
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St.ady work, overtime, fringe( benefits. --I

ACE Enterprise II I I : H & HAND i

FOR RENT-2 bedroom trail- USED I IP YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY AT : DRY WALL, I ne.
er on Grlffls Loop. Call after Electric &
Phone
Plumbing 782-3578 Or 782-3896
5 pjn., 964-8816. lip
PARTS Itepaii-N A Service Old New Work I OWEN JOIST P.O. Box 605 Lawtey, Fla.
FOR RENTFurnished 1 and :
2 Bedroom Apartment. W. I III. Trailer I AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY I II HARDCOAT STUCCO
Nollman. ltchg 6/21 : For Most Makes ('f Cars Power Polew Installed EMPLOYER

I 74 Hr. Wrecker Service 24 br. Service 4 l-12UU I Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday i iI : SIMULATED BRICK I
FOR RENT- bedroom unfurnished : I 1
house 314 N.Church Hwy. 301 N. Waldo 964"1.320 I "We Make House Calls "

Street Starke. Clyde Columbia j Phon. 4681998 4:11-1000 I : 7:00: A.M. To 5:00 P.M. I 13t-9/G

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