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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 28, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven


Vol. 94 STARKE:, FLORIDA 15t(

No. 46 Thursday, June 28, 1973 Copy






City Moves To Tighten




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Accomitiiig ProceduresMoving


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to correct what Auditor Ned Scott ,
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Lk Vw had termed "material weaknesses" in city accounting J.
,.' M *I l!! procedures, the Starke council June ,"
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I/6 rL .. Y 19 unanimously approved a five-point program "{(

A JA. Presented to the council by ed and advised
4 I \ A 4 Commissioner Nell Tucker, ed check and
the program is basically that hours to bring
recommended by Auditor Scott If after the 24
i last January 17. The corrective the customer
procedures were listedin upt the check
a report entitled "Recom his residence
mendations by Special Com
mittee Appointed by the Mayor (See ) .
," Committee memberswere
Councilman Tucker, 0-
rle Wiggins, who was on va-
cation during the June 19 meet
ing, and Attorney George ; ,

Pierce.Mayor Jimmy McRae name 1

ed the special committee
March 20 to review the au w
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ditor's recommendations.McRae .
Insisted on ,some action -
on the recommendations,
stating at the time that if
4
the council doesn't listen to

Wreckage at scene of Rabble Barkesdale's Duster after a head-on collision in Stark Friday night on US 301. the auditor, there is no use
having one.

The five new procedures, {.
adopted unanimously on Councilman -
Vernon Silcox, are: ..': :
Crash Leaves Starke Man Critical
1)) All receipts received daily The City
shall be deposited Intacton has been
Robbie Barksdale 21, of the wreckage. dee, he still hasn't talked to report is not completed, but the following business day. its : ,l.a
Starke, remained unconscious According to Officer Harboth drivers and the accident charges will be filed. No exceptions will be allowed. -

and in critical condition at $414,000 ,
the Gainesville Medical Cen 2)) Returned checks shall approved
ter, following a head-on collision not be held, but re-deposit mers
on US-301 South Friday ed Immediately. If the checkis tration for
night, Just outside of the Starke returned the second time of central
City limits. the customer shall be call- a

Listed in crltcal conditionand r'a tem.According to

in the intensive care unit, office of FHA,
he had not regained consciousness Fleeing the I
as of Tuesday night, but to provide w
had shown a slight response vice to 279
Tuesday. According to his Deputy Lawtey
father, Robert Barksdale, his homes and
son suffered a broken jaw, /
trdTyi
broken right hand,broken ribs 1 Jails The loan
and leg in addition to internaland over a -
head injuries.The Interest at five

Man 21A is being .
driver of the secondcar { r 6 Community
Willie Banks Jr., is also 4it; gram, which is
in the Medical Center and 60 day term in the Brad- by the FHA and the first runner-
expected to be released in ford County Jail was handed of Agricultural
Tuesday morning to William service. Festival over the J
three weeks. An occupantin L 1
the Barksdale's car, Paul Holton Hamlin III for fleeingor Ann" enjoys her
DeBarton York, 22 of Starke, attempting to elude Deputy Mrs. Ethel "Edith Ann"
escaped without serious Injury Sheriff Glenn Moore. City Clerk, ,

and was treated and released Hamlin, 21, Jacksonville, had not during the Ta I
ification from
from the Bradford County was sentenced by County he has entered.
KH Plans 4 approval of the p.m.'h
Hospital. July
Plea Judge Day Elzle proceedings Sanders during Tues- received a Azalea Queen, i

According to investigating day in County Court. Hamlin city's Sevrdrup W.V., first-
patrolman Claude Hardee of was found guilty in a jury Gainesville, Pageant and now
the Starke Police Department. trial May 21. tion had been
Barksdale was headed northon Other cases are as follows: Festival.
US-301 toward Starke when 'Our Country Day'Plans Richard Ames Moe; unlawful Mrs. was crowned
the Bank's vehicle, headed speed; $46 or 4 days. engineers
south on 301, crossed the council at the after each girl
median in an attempt to turn William C. Herringshaw; Monday night, skit and mod-
for the July 4 Our by the Keystone Beach start- Department, Sportsman'sClub w/w reckless driving; $46 or
left Chandler Road.
onto Country Day celebration are Ing at 7 p.m. Judges will be Shrine Club, Boy Scout 4 days. plete some
be
that
well underway with spectacular on hand to select the winnersfor Troops, Rotary and Interact. Eddie Risby; no valid driv must
The two cars both struck vehicles headon and- things scheduled for Wednesday the Most Original, Most Anyone wishing to sign up may ers license; $26 or 2 days. project can be

trapping, totalling Barksdale in his car July 4, In Keystone Patriotic and the Smallest. contact Don or Sharon Mor- Malachi Smith; improper
for some 45 minutes before Heights. The Fire Works display, gan at 473-4862. The boats change of lane; $26 or 2 days.

workers could free him from The Civic organizations In sponsored by the Keystone will meet at Nelson's Pointat (See Page 6)) \ ,,1
Keystone have combined efforts Heights Volunteer Fire Department 6:30 p.m.

to make this family day ., will begin at dark. Live music by Country Gold As

celebration possible. Everyone The July celebration in' trie of Green Cove Springs will Of t
No
has enjoyed this celebra- past has been the "kick off' provide entertainment Tags Next
tion the past four years at day for the Rotary Swim Program throughout the afternoon.
the Keystone Beach. which is In It's 23rd SellMotorists Meetings
Everyone is Invited to attend To ual for the
This year under the Com- year. This year the program
mandership of Edwin Bennettthe will begin June 9 and will be the Our Country Day who like to buy next week r'
day's festivities will Include In session for two weeks with in Keystone Heights and enjoy 4- their auto tags on the opening pendence
the old fashioned July Wednesday,
a barbeque chicken din- qualified YMCA Instructors. day of sale are doomed to
ner, sponsored by the Rotary celebration. disappointment this year, Tax The county had a mop handle and that 9
Club, serving from 5 p.m. to Registration will be held July Collector J. R. Kelly announced meet Monday, : got Into a struggle with 'I
4 during the barbeque and Is
.y 7 .
p.m.at$1,50
\ per plateA yesterday.The a,m., its when she tried to attack
open to young and old ages Early News, new tags, slated to go time. Architect with it.
Boat Parade, sponsoredby six up and July 9 at the beach on sale Monday July 1, have
CommunityState the Keystone lleightaSportsman's from 10 a.m. tU 12. Ads Needed not been received from the tag may the have a took the stand and
for
Club, will cruise Another big event for the plant at the Ralford prison, he had received a call
to renovate
Bank Kelly said. In a telephonecall his wife, at the building
week will be the annual Key- health
Next WeekDue county
to the plant Tuesday,Kelly company where he
On Parade which is
It's Wet stone ding. Tax
was told that he should receivethe part time, and that
Florida Bank Sponsored by the Keystone to the Fourth of July Bradford County tag some Long is he went to the Lott home
Heights Woman's Club. holiday next Wednesday, The time next week.Breakdown his new 1973 tried to find out what the
At Starke In Bradford This program under the direction Telegraph and the Lake Region of old machinery board, the was about, he got into
June rainfall may exceed the of Mrs. Fremont Monitor will have an shortage of labor, and be up over last with Mrs. Lott and
Tolles Includes Arts and
an
deadline for all copy, numberof .
of 10.30 early the ever.increaslng
Federal 50-year average The
Guaranty Crafts Show which will begin
if the almost dally both news and advertising. have contributed to the
Inches tags t
July 1 at the Municipal Build- will meet said he warded off
Savings & Loan thunder showers continue ing in the City Park, a food All advertisers correspondents delay, a plant spokesman said. monthly by Mrs. Lott with the .
through Saturday, the final day sale, on July 3 in front of club reporters, and The prison Is now making over with July 3, at handle and that only after I
of the month. annually,
WILL CLOSED Through 8 a.m. Tuesdaythe the Keystone Water Companyon columnists are requested to 7 million tags that usedto item is son fired a shot at him,
was 9.77 Lawrence Blvd and a Flea submit their copy at our office the same equipment Jim Temple's he shot his pistol at the f
county average it was
turn out 4 million,
FOR.BUSINESS Inches for the first 25 daysof Market, July 7 at the Masonic at the earliest possible budget which .
June. Starke was the wettest Hall. Anyone Interested In time-- Friday or Saturday, explained.Most already day night will wife Mary testified that ;
counties
JULY 4 spot In the county, with the participating in any of these If possible. The deadline for have their of the but about 8or The budget called Gainey and told
A Legal! Holidayc weather station at WPXE recording three activltes can contact legal notices and classifiedads tags them, der of the dispute. She said
Bradford
10 among
be noon Monday. board when tried
10.30 inches through Mrs. Tolles at 473-4238. will Gainey to put
Deadline for display ads will have not yet been supplied. night work Lott under arrest she hit
cm it .ii Tudesay morning.The The "Our Country Day"pro- Kelly said his office is still the document,
county's three fire be 6 p.m. Friday. with the mop handle, and
Is made possible through for "reserve
gram submitted too taking requests proval which
News items Gralney fired his pistol
New River, Highland,
(Community towers donations from the businessmen motorists who
next week, tags, from latter part of "
and Santa Fe reported an late for publication house only after Syl .
In The
Keystone and civic numbers.
&tate bunk of 8.91 inches. will be held till the following want special Lott fired a shot with
average organizations. Please take submitted new tag colors will be Spanishred The Starke
week. Items .
June
For the weekly period note of ad in this issue. stand the best letters on a white back cording to
Aa..r rti: ..-.. U.T. 18-23, the report by towers early will wards, will patrolman Denton ,
.sa.- was: New River 3.60 Inches; The following organizations chance of publication. Your ground. said he went to the
te-r- Louis Hill (Highland), 3.10; have signed up for the boat cooperation will appreciat Deadline for obtaining a new Tuesday, as
and Santa Fe, 3.30. parade: Lion's Club Vol.Fire ed. tag Is August 20. ing July 3 at 7 (See Page 6)




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Annivoraertos Birthdays, V A IA J1l I Club Wedding Meetings
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Part!** ffll'/ e Y :/ /:' I Birth Personal,


Shower GIaJ}'s Moot}', Society Editor, 964-7608

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. Lynette/ Roddy Honored At t Bridal Shower Miami Choir Reception PlannedFor .i

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Miss Lynette Roddy, July up at the sides with large ribbon To Sing At M and Mrs. ,
,
bride-elect of Richard Alan r. N
bows and centered by miniature v r \
shower Baxter, last was honored at bridal bride. This was flankedby Grace Baptist ,: ().R/ Alvarez, Sr. i ir it
Friday evening in two crystal candle holders :- ,
the Fellowship Hall of the
Church of Christ building with pink tapers. The Concert Choir of thi Mr. and Mrs. O. R, Alvarez

Hostesses were Mrs. G. W. Prior to the honoree open- Northwest Baptist Church o r 't E1E Sr. will be honored at a /
Miami will a program o rr A9
Cheshier, Mrs. Gary Stephens, ing her gifts the guests enjoyed present reception on their 50th wed
Mrs. Jack Bell, Mrs. Robert games with prizes. sacred music at Grace Baptis r ding anniversary given by their p;; !.,.
Bell, Mrs. Ressie[ Thomas, Church on Griffis Loop at 7:31: ( children on Sunday, July 1,from
Mrs. Ruth Johnson and Mrs. The hostesses presentedthe p.m. Thursday, June 28. 3 to S p.m. at the Pine Level
James McCrary.The honoree with a white carnation This choir is composed o ''w' Xr Baptist Church, recreation hall
40 people, aportlonofthtSOvoice 1
young
corsage framed by lace on Highway 100, west.
Teen Choir,ranging
All friends and relatives are
refreshment table and seed
was pearls as a mementoof
from 12 to 19 years. The; ...
age Invited to attend. _,_ ,
covered with lace cloth,caught the occasion. ?
.rIG4
will present "Christ in Won 1
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"
I I and Song. '1r
The public is Invited t Janelle Thompson r ; ,

Every Touch & Sew attend. 1IL Graduates From 'Sf yl ;,

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?M. .M? .M. Y ,. N y
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Machine Sale St. Luke'sMiss
on Mrs. V. J. Spengler, Mrs. :
.
J. A. Griffin and Mrs. H..M.
Hatcher, Jr. attended a tea Janelle Thompson of New Rotary O fficers, Directors
""" Saturday given by Mrs. Henry Jacksonville, daughter of Mr.
ONE WEEK ONLY! ; 1'1 W. McMillan at her homein and Mrs. W, B. Thompson of Installed t Dinner Meeting
aL St. AuguatinehonoringMrs. Ocala, former Starke residents,
L I FLOOR MODELS! Frank Oblinger, Jr., Mrs. graduated from St. Luke's Hospital Officers of the Starke Rotary were seated at tables arranged
: DEMONSTRATORS! ; Dale F. McGee Jr., Mrs. School of Medical Tech Club for the 1973-74 in an E-shape, with flowers
: GOLDEN TOUCH A SEW' 75O I Robert F. McGrlffin,and Mrs. nology June 20. club year were installed at a and decorations carrying out
the Rotary colors of blue and
: MACHINES Milton Daugherty.
rt. dinner meeting In the Woman'sClub
gold. Each lady guest was
......._ '- Janelle, a BHS graduate, building last Friday presented a bobby pin holder
Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bel plans to work at St. Luke'sHospital night. with the Rotary emblem
linger have their three daughters as Medical Laboratory
and their families home .* Technician. The following officers, who
$50 TO $120 OFFCARRYING this week including: Mr. and will assume their duties at --
William Breland in and the first Rotary meeting in -
CASE OR CABINET EXTRA Mrs. q Installed by District
July, were
Gaedln, of Glendale,
daughter i : 4t'
(
S.
Governor William
The very best at an astounding price! With exclusive Calif.; Miss Marilyn Bollln-
built-in speed basting and exclusive Sjngjx* push-button ger of Asheville, N. C. ; and Wesansen of Pensacola. -
front drop-in bobbin. Harry M. Hatcher Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Jan Douglasof
William W. Hood,
president;
SAVE ON NEW TOUCH & SEW MACHINES! Tallahassee. Joining the r president-elect; Gerald Williams :

For example Model 758 be family Mr. and for Mrs.the weekend Milton Hart-will Marcia Kay Davis Becomes Bride secretary; FredA.Le-

Reg; $319"; SALE$28995CARRYING Bollinger zell of Fern of Gainesville.Park and F. E. Of Wm. Mason In Brooker Church Temple wellen, treasurer, sergeantatarms.New ; and Jim. NewArrivals

CASE OR CABINET EXTRA directors Installed were:

..... ------.. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Davis standing baskets of white and Bob Blake wood, Carl Hurst,
FANTASTIC SAVINGS ON of Graham announce the mar r. Gordon Howell, JlmChasteen,
DISCONTINUED TOUCH & SEW MACHINES! riage of their daughter, Marcia yellow gladioli, carnations, and John Myers. ,

(:O LEl\; L-\N CORRECTIONThe Kay,to William Mason,son erl chrysanthemums fern. These, and spreng- The retiring president, M.
placed
p of Mr. and Mrs. Erskine Ma were w A. Baldwin, Jr., made a brief
2C SEWING CENTER Telegraph was in errorin against a background of palms ., v
son of Gainesville. Rev. J. L. welcoming address, and also
o its June 21 edition when it and golden candelabra,decor ,
Temple performed the Introduced the speaker, Win
138 E. Call St. Stark, Fla. 904-964-8312 nuptials ated with garlands of lilies- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
said the of Lori
parents Lynn Saturday evening, June ston K. (Win) Pendleton who
We have a credit plan assigned to fit your budget. and Severo, Sterling, Va. announce
,
We also have a liberal tradeinpolicy.APPROVED Mann, whose picture appearedon 16, at 7.30: o'clock in the First of-the-valley holding I spoke of the valuable time that the birth of a son, Brendan
4L.P Pagel, are Louis and Dor Baptist Church of Brooker. lighted tapers. is wasted by most people in Haynes, June 22. Maternal
Mann. The shouldbe Greg Douglas, soloist, and
othy name needless day.
worry every Col. andMrs.
CINOIR DEALER Trademark of THE SINGER COMPANY Louis and Gloria Mann. Centering the altar were twoPRE4th Debbie Douglas, organist pre r '. He said that application of the Joseph grandparents A. Scanlan are and great
sented a program of nuptials .. .ay F ',
music. Rotary motto, "Service Above grandmother is Mrs. O. L.
Mason best r, Self" would eliminate most Haynes Sr. of Starke.
Edmond was
man, and Harold Davis and *' OSfeen/ -King worry because the person
would be so busy helping other
Mike Murrhee were ushers. ToldMr. people that he wouldn't have Mr. and Mrs. Gene Vanzantof
Mrs. Jean Kendrick attended Engagement
time to worry about himself. Starke announce the birthof
her sister as matron of Pendleton retired to a small a daughter, Tushlna Marla,
honor wearing a gownof green and Mrs. W. J. Officer town in Central Florida several on June 13 in Clay Memorial
of chiffon
satin with overlay ,
announce the approaching years ago after operating Hospital, Green Cove Springs.
with yellow and green print
marriage of their daughter,Patricia a news-editorial servicein
flowers. She
wore a
green Ann O'Steen, to RodneyW. Washington, D. C. for many
CLEARANCEHowtHROUGn' tulle headpiece and carried a
King. years. Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Titus
of roses and
bouqet yellow
UtUESJUl'i3 Group singing was con- n of Gainesville announce the
leather-leaf fern with green The wedding will take place ducted by Gerald Williams birth of a son, Brian Scott,

streamers.Misses Ruth Crosby and Wednesday, July 4, at 2 p.m.at with accompaniment by Mrs. on June 21 in Alachua General
S ALH E Claudette Peterson were the home of Mr. and Mrs.A. Inez Green. Father James Hospital. Paternal grand-
Sensational Clearance bridesmaids and wore gownsof W. King in Lake Butler. Cregan gave the Invocation. parents are Mr.and Mrs.Bryce
Approximately 9 0 RotarIans Titus of Starke.
Values In Every Department yellow chiffon satin with with yellow overlayof and Rotary Anns, and guests

*1 green print flowers. They -- .....
each carried a single yellow \
Mens rose with leather-leaf fern rm....
Ladies and yellow streamers.
Name Jeans Terisa Starling served as )
SHORTS 'FamoUS flower girl and was attired r
similar to the bridal attend-
ants and carried a white bri Now Open
Reg- $5.99 dal basket with yellow rose
s\\or\-Sborts $3.00 petals.
Allen Davis the ring bearer -
A.n To 6.99 carried a satin pillow with

]amal Q. re-embroidered The bride, given lace overlay.In mar THE: MAGIC

riage by her father, wore a
white satin gown enhanced by
Alencon lace with sweep train.
FAMILY Her tapered tulle veil was NEEDLE
CANVAS One Rack secured by white satin leaves
and she carried a cascade of
SHOE SALE imported ivy and yellow roses
with satin and pearl streamers. 1517 BessentRd
GIRLS SPORTSWEARFor .
Tennis Shoes A reception was held in the Starke Flo
,
church reception hall, where
two large standing containersof
For The Entire $2.OO white and yellow gladioli, .
Tops carnations and chrysanthemums "
YARN ;
$ .O were used.
Mrs. Walter Nolan greated
Family To guests at the door, and De-

Reg 2.99 Pants 3.00 & linda bride's Yarbough book. kept the I

Mrs. Jimmy Yarbrough cut
r..a Body Shirts the bride's cake and Mrs. NEEDLEPOINT
Alvin Davis and Mrs. Wiley
$1.50 Langford presided at the punch
Ladies table.
MVM Following a wedding tripto
Daytona Beach, the couploIs
SHIFT Boys Mens residing in Gainesville.
DRESSES The bride is employed in
SPORT the accounting department of
DRESSSHOES Sunland Training Center. CREWEL EMBROIDERY
SKIRTS Mr Mason is also employed '
Ideal at Sunland, and Is attending
Shorts/ Santa Fe Junior College.
$5.00 Sleeves One Table
For Of
Sizes/ 8-78 Values
To Mr and Mrs. Charles P.
The Summer Sapp Sr. of Lawtey have been

Red. To 2.99 9.99 notified that their daughter,
Mrs. Joy L. White of Starkville,

$Z.00 $4.OONude Miss Mississippi of was honor on State the students College President'sList for at : LATCH HOOK: RUGS


the spring semester.
Mrs. White finished the semester i
"d;
with a 3.5 average.She .
Look is a sophomore majoring
MENS business education, and is also
an officer of Phi Lambda Pi
DOSE sorority, an honor society for .
Sleeve. PANTY married honor students whose

short Sport Shirts 8StReg. total Mrs.average White is was 35.:a 1971 grad- All Types Of Needlework

Reg. uate of Bradford High School,
S3.00 where she was a high-average
1.00 student.

3.99 -
Free InstructionPago

Mr. and Mrs. AI Landman
and daughters of New York
QUALITY COMES' FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES charge it City were last Tuesday to
<- Friday/ guests of Mr and Mrs. -
&; George W. Brown. '
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Mr. and Mrs. Milo St. Johnof

Live Oak were Sunday after- Mr. and Mrs. Steve Beck
noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs.H. ett and daughter of Atlantaare BALDWIN E
A. Lawson. St. Mark's Holds Miss Glenda/ Gail Wolfe Marries spending a month with

her parents Mr. and Mrs.L. .
Quarterly Meeting ChurchMiss K. Whitehead at Crystal
Mrs. Jettye Hazen of Paul Crawford In Keystone Lake. Mrs. Scott Whitehead ChevroletOldsIs

Gainesville visited Mrs. A. Sunday MorningSt. flew up to Atlanta Sunday and

E. McKlnney on Sunday. Glenda Gail Wolfe, baskets of white gladioli,mums accompanied the Becketts
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Wil- and pompoms. The bride's table here Tuesday. Mr. Beckett
George Huggins attended the Mark's Episcopal
4r was covered with laven recently graduated from Emory
Sr. of
liam M. Wolfe Keystone a
funeral of his aunt, Mrs. John Church had their Quarterly
School Den-
University of
r and Paul Edward Craw- dar net cloth over white linen -
Bellamy, In Columbia, S. C. Parish meeting Sunday after the Heights tistry. |Continuing> Their
last rrs service ford, son of Mrs. James E. and centered with a five-
Thursday. 10 o'clock with Duncan
Crawford of Kingsley Lake, tiered wedding cake, decorated -
,,ar 4 tl.Tina Burns of Jacksonville as were united in marriage Fri- in a floral design and top- Christmas in July? -- V.s.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Smythof speaker. The Parish had a
day, June 15 at 7:00: p.m. ped with a bride and groom. SpeetaenlarUsed
Largo were weekend guestsof covered dish dinner at noon. Tim. to Start that special gifl t
in the First Baptist Church, This was balanced by two small
Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Join-
Keystone Heights.Rev. candelabras with burning ta- find it at the Magic Needle.
ing the family on Sunday was
Mrs. Edward .Ensor of Jack- M --- Wolfe Sr., father of the pers. Miss Christy Newmanand Free Instructions.Mr. .
sonville. bride, assisted by Rev. Lea. Miss Nancy Naples cut
mon Ward performed the nup- the bride's cake.
kerchief and Mrs. E. M. Nor-
Branham type shirt with red tials. The punch table was cover-
Joey and Lynn Jordan and handkerchief in the back pocket, ed with lavendar ton visited Mr. and Mrs. A.
Highlighting the altar were a net over
Toni! Graves of Live Oak are tennis shoes and straw hat. R. Seibert, Mr. and Mrs. O. Car Sale
linen cloth
and held
two
two baskets of white gladioli, punch
First PrizeIn
spending several days with Wins There were 50 entries In this and with white bowls encircled with ivy. W, Parmenter and Mr. and
mums
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Law. catergory, and she was votedto pompoms Mrs. Wilton Taylor in Jack
a Assisting In
ribbons: and ivy against serving were
son. Baby ShowLittle be the prettiest baby by the background of three brass can- Misses Joe Johnson, Jill John- sonville Sunday. We
five judges. delabras with 15 burning tapers son, Mrs. Elise Wolfe, sister- Go Urn""Carne
Ronna Blackstone of Gar Tina Branham, Tina's Gresham of Lake
maternal grand Morgan
in each. in-law of the bride, and Mrs.
land, Texas is spending three daughter of Mr.andMrs.Harold parents are Mr. and Mrs C.L. Mrs. A. E. Anthony, organ- Marian Morris. Butler, formerly of Starke, is
weeks with her grandparents Bramiam of Hampton won first Cooper of Starke and paternal In critical condition In the
and After South
ist, Mrs. W B. Stanley a wedding trip to
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hill, at prize in the one-to-two year age grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.S. Mrs. R. Myers, soloists pre- Florida the couple Is residingat Lake City Veterans Hosplt- Get Urn"
Kingsley Lake. baby show held during the E. Branham of Palatka. sented a program of nuptial WHITE Sands Lake, Keystoni e al.
Watermelon Festival In New- Others attending the festival music. Heights.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hoi- berry Saturday, June 22. were Mr. and Mrs. Donald
best
Lamar Johnson served as The bride graduated from Mrs. Charles Barr and son,
ton were vacationing in Gat. Tina was dressed in a Cooper and family,Mrs. Gladys man and the .uhers were Mike Keystone Heights High School Michael of Everett, Wash. are 1972 Pontiac Catalina
llnburg, Tenn. the last two farmer's outfit of brushed Wasdin, Mouterey Wasdin, and of
and Pat Crawford, brothers and from St. Johns River Jun- here on a month's visit with
weeks. denim overalls with red hand. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper. the groom, and W. M. WolfeJr. ior College. She is currently her sister Mrs. Willie Mae |4'Door Hard Top Power Steering Power Brakes]

., brother of the bride. employed by the State of Flo- Denton, and friends and rel I Air Conditioning Vinyl Top and AM FM Radio,
Miss Cathy Price served as rida, Division of Family Ser- atives.
maid of honor. She wore a vices In Gainesville.The |Only 24000 Miles, Very Clean.

lavendar dotted Swiss, gown groom graduated from
with full skirt of three gath- BHS, and attended Santa Fe Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and 53195
ered tiers, empire waist Community College. He is a daughter Miss Evelyn Sin-
trimmed with lace and velvet brick mason in Gainesville. clair, returned Sunday after a
ribbon, lined in lavendar -- week's cruise In the Bahamas.
Strawberry acetate and it had puffed 1972 Chevrolet
wide Christmas in July? Yes Kingsivood Wagon
sleeves. She wore a white Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Her-
Patch brimmed hat with lavendarvelvet Time to Start that sp.clalglft long and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ipne Owner Car, thats Ready For That Summer :
ribbon. She carried a basket
of mixed flowers. find it at the Magic Needle. Herlong ing guests were of Sunday Mrs. W even-F. acation, Drives Like New. This Wagon Sold

W. Call St. Starke Given in marriage by her Fr. Instructions.The Herlong.Mr. |New For Over $6000.
father the bride wore a for-

mal gown of angelskin peau Presbyterian Senior and Mrs. T. H. Slade
de sole and Venice lace, mat- Youth Group enjoyed a picnicand have returned after two $3895
4th Of July ching lace entwined with velvet swim party Tuesday of months In the Bahamas.
ribbon trimmed the em- last week at St. Augustine

pire waistline, bishop sleeves Beach. The 15 youth attend- Mrs. Luther Stockman of 1972 Buick IIT
SaleFree and a high standing collar. ing were accompanied by Mrs. Chiefland was visiting her uncle Skylark Coupe
Bands of lace and ruffles en- Johnny Johnson, counselor,
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Clean With
hanced the front and back bodice and Buddy Paterson. L. Cooper Tuesday. Very Power Steering Power Brake

Gift To 1st 10 Customers and the full skirt and (Air Conditioning Only 22000 Miles Sharp Little
chapel train were encircled with Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shal- Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek, I Car.
W/PurchaseOf $5.00 & Up matching lace and ruffles. She ler were weekend guests of Jr. attended a bankers con-
wore an opal necklace, a gift Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Gunterin vention in Miami Beach last $3195
d Jun 28 from the groom. Her fingertip Melbourne.Mrs. Tuesday to Sunday.Mr. .
veil of illusion was secured -
Sale Price Good with a camelot head-
piece of Venice lace decora Josie Gumber and Mrs. and Mrs. Harold Bran- 1971 Olds Toronado CoupeThis
Thru Sat ted with seed pearls. She car- Katherine Riccardi of Lake- ham attended the Stewart family

ried a cascade of white car- wood, Ohio spent the past reunion in Trenton last [ Fine Car, is Loaded With All The Extras,]
Bank Americard & nations with a lavendar or- week with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sunday.
And is A Local Car. Runs, Drives, and Looks)
Mastercharge child. Gilhooly and friends.
A reception was held in the |Like New.

social hall of the church. Ca- Lots of Inexpensive projects
rol Storer, sister of the bride,
greeted the guests at the door, to k..p children of a II ages busy $3595

and kept the bride's book. at the Magic Needle Free InstructionsMrs.
Decorating the hall were two "

aS'.fM'S: :::'J:f1::a':....reWS: : #::r:1:1Vr.:: :::::::::ra:'...... ........::r:........................r...r..w.................. ....., ::Yi:: : Mr. and Mrs. R..V. Turner Biloxi A.. J.' Barry and fam- 1971 Dodge.4. Door Palara Custom
in New Orleans and
were ily attended a family gather-.
Miss. last Wednesday to ing in Newberry Saturday evening (Another Local Car, With Power Steering Power]
Sunday on business and pleas the 54th wedding an-
NEW Jbuf 1 ALONE niversary on of Mr. and Mrs.W. Brakes Air Conditio ni.'Jg!' 41000 Miles, Good

ure.Mr.. and Mrs. Bryce Titus N. Barry. (Clean Transportation.

and daugher, Janelle,attendedthe
Mrs. J. H. Hall, Jr. and
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wedding of their son, Tom 51895
# daughters of Gainesville were
Titus, to Mrs. Jackie Hansen,
Sunday visitors of Mrs. Hall's
both of Columbus, Ga. on Fri
Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
$j17f7 day, June 22, in the Presbyterian parents 1972 Chevrolet
Baldwin.
f ..ch piec. s s.4 sr Church, Phoenix City, Impala
Ala.
? .-. Mattress or box spring |4 Door Power Steering Power Brakes Air Condi]

t: Twin or full a.z. >. Peas For Your Freezer. We WillI tioning Vinyl Top Vinyl Trim V8, Auto Trans,

3# Shell $2.00, or You Shel I Them For $1.00 This Impala Was Sold New By Us, and Is In

} SSS Dowling Produce 964-53 64 Order Now. Good "Road
S i Shape. Ready".

Mr. and Mrs. WilliamSpen- Mrs. E. M. Davis visited
$2995
1ti gler of St.Augustine were Sun- her sisters, Mrs. Mamie An-
day visitors of LTC and Mrs. derson and Miss Pauline
V. J. Spengler.Mrs. Stone, in Archer over the

r weekend. 1970 Chevrolet Nova Coupe

e.I J. A. Scanlan is vis- 350 V8, 3 Speed Floor Shift Radio, Heater,
Tommy Reddish, son of Mr.
iting her son-in-law and and Mrs. Drew Reddish,broke I Rally Wheels Red Paint With Black Vinyl
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Severo and baby son in his Friday.leg at Klngsley Lake last |Top "This Car Is A Little Weak". Sold As

: Sterling Va. for two weeks. Is.

U f: Lots of Inexpensive [rejects $75O 1

} INNERSPRINGor fI'IIII' to keep children of ol I ages busy

6" FOAM RUBBER r LIFE at the Magic Needle.Mr. Free InstructionsDr.
1967 Opel Rally Cadet

and Mrs. L. K. White- and Mrs. Carlos Her ..1
head are moving from E. Call nandez have purchased the I Gas Saver 4 Cyl Engine With 4 Speed Trans,

BEST OF Street to Crystal Lake this L. K. Whitehead house on E. i For A 67 Its Clean and.Runs Great. A
TWO WORLDS
week.
Call street. I Perfect Second Car.

I 3 OLD WORLD HAND CRAFTSMANSHIP WORLD SPACE AGE MATERIALS Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold-
of Merritt Island, who have wire and Mrs. C. T Wade $795
Available in twin double queen and king sizes. been vacationing in Mexico attended the funeral of their

City, will spend the weekend sister, Mrs. Mattie Holland,
NEW Square Deep Dacron Puff-Quilted Cover rs with Mr. and Mrs. L. H. in Dade City Sunday after 1972 Chevrolet Nova
Gibson.
>} noon.
TORSION COIL New Regal, with the luxurious surface softness of deeply Puff-
Quilted Dacron Is the 14 Door V8, Auto Trans Air ConditioningPower
most comfortable bedding in the world. ;..f Christmas In July? Yes ,

Sonnet Surface Regal's to heart give Is a the gently revolutionary soft sleeping new surface square with Torsion deep-down Coil, engineered firm s f:+ Time to Start that special gift (See Page 5)) ( Steering, Clean Car All Over Good Tires]

+: Block innersupport. Old World Craftsmanship and New World Space Age find it at the Magic Needle.
------ ----- materials make Regal, by Malone the finest mattress In the world. 52895
Comfort See It, try it at your favorite furniture or department store. Free Instructions.Mrs. TILE: HKADKWBCOrXTY -
Block TEI.EGtAPn! I
C. N. Christy and Mrs. Published Thursdayat 1956 Jeep
-- -- --- New "Torsion Coil" Box every
'" Spring J. D. Seymour spent Saturday 138 W. Call Street
': Support Block has been designed especially for the Regal mattress. Torsion f Tight In Winter Park and at- Starke Florida 32091 I 4 Speed Trans 4 Wheel Drive Metal Top, and

Call gives extra strength and support to the box spring. The ended the wedding of Sharon A New Engine and New Tires
-- ---- Runs Like
: -Torsion Coil combination of mattress and box spring is the finest ; Connell to Brian Jones. On Second Class postage< paidat ,
ComfortBlock luxury sleeping In the world. {; Sunday' they visited Mr. and Starke florlda.1'o.ub'crlption I New. Make A Good Hunting Buggy.

-_ __ ___ Torsion Coil is found only in Regal by Malone. y Mrs. Marion Harrington at
t. Daytona Beach. Rates:
S In Trade area: $6,00 per $895
FROM COAST TO COAST a A[ } Miss Jean Mundy of Tallahassee year; $3.50 six months

:". "?. .' Climatiied, for, All S asons I will spend the week- Outside trade area: $7.00oer
end at her home on Kingsley year;$4.00 six months
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Peas For Your Freezer W. Will SaL, June 30
(Fr em Pog 3)Ernest)
Lord and Johnny Shell $2.00, or You Shell Them For $1.00. Saturday, June 30, is the KH GF Branch OfficeGrand
Miss Joyce Denmark of LaGrange deadline for Florida's fresh
LordotOldTownwereMondaysummer. Now.
Produce Order
Ca. Is home for the Dowling 964-5364 water fishermen to obtain their

C.supper L. Cooper.guests of Mr.andMrs. Ralph Pfister of Paradise new 1973.74 fishing licenses. opening of the new p.m Friday. The branch will will not be necessary to transfer .
and Mrs. David Canova All 1972.73 licenses will ex ,
Mr. Day accounts to Keystone
closed Independence
guest of oe:
Lots of Inexpensive projectsto Calif was the weekend and son visited Mr. and Mrs. pare at midnight on that date.A Keystone Heights branch 4. The branch will offer Heights, she states.Guaranty .
July
and
of his brother and
family, Federal Savings
Walters In Danville, fishing license is required Guaranty
children of all busyat Lynwood service and night
keep teller
ages Mr. and Mrs. Edward "pfiea-' Loan Association GainesvilleIs drive-in .
Va. last week. of all fresh water fisher Federal iacom
the Magic Needle Free Instructions ter. men except residents who are set Sunday, July 1, from Sunday depository.and for Guests two more can register weeks, pletely computerized. Intereston
65 years of age and over, 12:30: to 3:30 p.m. both savings accounts and
grand
1.13 for the following
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd Peas For Your Freexer We Will children under the age of 15, July certificates are compounded
Is Invited to tour :
prizes
spent Saturday night with Mrs. J. B. Sapp, and Mr. members of the armed forces The public opening dally
Mrs. Dodd attended Shell $2.00, or You Shell( Them For $1.00. the new 21,000 square foot bank
her brother and efater-tn- and Bobby who are home on military leave, $250 savings
the GF employees First prize::
law, Mr.and Mrs.Ernest Lord the funeral of Mrs. W. J. Dowling Produce 9645364 Order Now. members of the armed forces building and meet Guaranty Federal of Gaines-
work there. account.
In Old Town and attended the Dodd'a sister, Mrs. James who are home on military leave, who will Brenda Carr, Second prize: $100 savings vill opened its doors July 5,
Stewart reunion !In Trentonon King !In Carthage, Miss on C. E. Braddock annual and persons receiving Federal, They are Mrs. Lora 1956. First Federal of Starke
underThe Mrs. account
Sunday. June 16. Mrs. M. B. Jordan family reunion was held Sunday State, or County welfare ranch Glisson and manager Mrs.;Alexis Miller. Third and fourth prizes: $50 opened Its doors in July 1964.
went surgery last Friday at at the L. Whitehead assistance when fishing in their account. First Federal of Starke merged
savings
Peas For Your Freeier We Will the North Florida Galnesv1l1e.home Regional on Crystal Lake with home county with cane poles. Invite to our with guaranty Federal of
Medical Center In "We everyone and Associates Jan. 1. 1973.
Fishermen may obtain Don Morgan Gainesville on
Shell Them For $1.00. 49 attending. house this Sunday," says
I Shell $2.00, > You their new licenses at the officeof open are architects for the Keystone
Dowling Produce 964-5364 Order Now. Peas For Your Freezer We Will all county tax collectors or Mrs. Carr. Refreshments will branch office. Longchamp *
Shell $2.00, or You Shell Them For $1.00 authorized sub agents. The be served. Builders is the contractor. A '.well-tn-do acquaintance
children, but kcrpi!' a
resident fresh water fishing has no
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper Paul Hawkins of Jackson- Dowling Produce 964.5364 Order Now. license costs $3 and allows the Sunday A greand at opening new Gainesville Is also set The building has a brick ex- basketball goal on the
were campingIn statewide erlor, walnut paneling Inside, and tricycles on the
and family villa and Mrs. Mae Hawkinsof license holder to fish branch of GF at 3501 West garage
a State park on the Su- Waldo were Sunday dinner Price Freezeof by any legal method. University Bvld. and has a domed skylight. front walk. Ills theory Is
wannee River over the week guests of Mr. and Mrs. Titus Capt. and Mrs. RonnieBetts Fishermen are remindedthat that a burglar would figure
end and also attended the Stewart Olson. Fort Bragg N. C. are Holds BackMr. most tax collector officesare The KH branch will open for that a household with all
Federal will be able
family reunion In Trenton spending several days with closed on Saturday,June 30, business Monday July 2, Guaranty those kids wouldn't have any
on Sunday. and Mrs. J. H. Moncrlef. Postal Rales so ]licenses should be obtained Business hours will be 9 a.m. to transact business Starke or in Keystone Gainesville cash lying around.
Friday, June 29, where pos to 3 p.m. Monday through Heights, Mrs.or Carr points out. It .
sible. Thursday and 9 a.m. to 5:30::
The new price freeze, Invoked
by President Nixon,will
also prevent a planned !increase
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rates for periodicals and other favorite pasta
Air fills printed matter.
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I April. Land Sales Total $663,500 !lUll tI" MYAi




The $105,500 price tag on 200 to Mr. and Mrs. LesterC. George Roberts Insurance dys Inez Crosby sold a par- 600. $2 LakeProperties.800.
property sold by Mr.and Mrs. Humphries for $9.000. Inc. sold 0.62 of an acre del of land on State Road 200 The First Presbyterian Inc. solda Siore
parcel of land In
Charley E. Johns of Starke Mrs. Eollne Smith sold to Steve L. WhItehead for to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ed- Church sold a parcel of land Smoke- Koch's Drug
for the Bradford Square shop- of land in Starke to a $5 000. ward Redding for $8,500. in Country Club Estates to. rise to Mr. and Mrs. Paul
ping center now under con- Mr.parcel and Mrs.William II.Mar- George A. Berry and Car- L. E. Andrews and Fayo James P. Watts for $3 600. M. Steinmetz for 6000.
struction on US-301 south chant for oline M. Berry sold some Andrews sold a parcel of landto Mr. and Mrs. Frank tlgensold The Ott Corporation solda
topped a list of April land 21000. land in Lake Side Subdivisionto Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. a parcel of land to Mr. parcel of land in Seminole
sales in Bradford County Titus Olson and Bertie A. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Pof- Lundy for 7000. and Mrs. Gary H. Roberts for Ridge to Gall F. Jensen and !
which totaled$603.700. Olson sold 40 acres of land fenbarger for $47,000. Charley E. Johns and Thel- $2.800. Lila D. Jensen for $1,500. 4'G
in Temple's Subdivision to June Golding sold 40 acres ma B. Johns sold a parcelof Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Ronald D. Bristol and Mary U t!)
Property for the shopping Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brown for of land to Mr. and land of land "
worth to the Haskell Real- Corl sold a parcel Anne D. Bristol sold a par- /(,VJo V.AM4WMHMHMMMM
center now under construction $50,000. Mrs. J. M. Edwards for $6- ty .Developers for 105500. to Donel Stokes for $900.M. cel of land to nean A. Lewis
has been purchased by L. N. Wilson and for "Nf.> Flicker"
Mack Leonard and Lula Leo Mary L. C. Wells and Edna H. 21000. tt'
Haskell Realty Developers and 000.Robert
Wilson
sold
nard sold 6 acres of land W. Pace and Eliza- some land In Wells sold Brooker
Haskell Construction of Jack a parcel of land Development Corporation -
sonville. to Maurice J. Williams for beth Ann Pace sold a parcelof Mrs.Crosby Albert Lake Inlet B. to Mr. and in Temple's Addition to Flowers sold a parcel of land Ladies
Prices of transactions are 2100.Lee land in Starke to Mr. and $4,500. Lynch for Industries Inc.,-for$1.- in Shady Oaks Subdivision to L11F !
figured from documentary tax Roy Dalrymple and Pat- Mrs. Don H. Chitty; for $17- Effle Miner sold 800.R.. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Ha-
sy Carol Dalrymple sold some a parcel O. Simmons and Willie zen for $3,000.Crosby Safely
stamps fixed to deeds filed
of In
000.Anna land Livingston to Mr. DRISTAN
land in to
Saratoga Heights
in the county clerk's office. McCrary sold a par- M. Simmons sold a parcelof Lake Estates Inc.
Listed are sales $1,000 and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith cel of land to Mr. and Mrs. for and 2000.Mrs. Merritt H. Williams 40 acres of land to Mr. sold a parcel of land in Crosby ; r Razor
over: for $16,200. Roger D. Green for $6,000. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. and Mrs. William Curtis Bass Lake Inlet to Mr. and Vapor(
Charles W. Lundy and Mary Anna D. Rowell sold some for $25,000.The Mrs. Ronald K. Jungkunz for
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. White- Brown sold a parcel of land SPRAY
E. sold land in Robert M. Smith'sSubdivision $2,200.T. NASAL
head and Lundy a parcel of to John R. Dykes for 5000. Ott Corporation solda ,,, I Not
Ralph P. Bryan and land of SR-200 to Mr. and to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn ... II"a Designed
Imogene Bryan sold a par- Paul for $11,600.Dr. Jean J. Chitty; and parcel of land In Seminole H. Slade and Flora J. SINUS GONGISIIONMAYIIVERMISINY
cel of land on State Road $42,000.Mrs. Paul II. Faulkner for .Starling Thomas Griffin Ritch C. Johnson divided 4 lots Ridge to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Slade, J. C. Sawyer and Jo- HEAO COLDS OlSlRtSS To Cut You
each for Anne S. Sawyer sold
8000. a
among A. Wise for $10,000. par-
and Marian Brown Ritch sold
Albert Lee Crosby Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews Frank ngen and Melba K. del of land to Mr. and Mrs. 1/211 oz
V Violet Crosby sold some landIn their land home Bessent and Road 35 acres to Mr.of sold a parcel of land In Coun- ngen sold a parcel of land Robert V. Turner for $1,600.C. .
West Temple Subdivision on try Club Estates to the First In Paradise Shores to Mr. Howell Nasworthy and $1.39 99ft
t Know Someone In ACBS'S to Mr.. and Mrs. Clyde Mc- and Mrs. Peter G. Gulsto Presbyterian Church for $3Polictinan,- and Mrs. Gary H. Roberts for Elizabeth F. Nasworthy solda 99
I t Rae for $7,000.Horace for 70000. parcel of land to Mr. and Value
A. Knowles and Lu- A. E. McKlnney ., W.
cille Melba Knowles sold a H. Noegel, Jr., andJr.Elizabeth Acquitted( Mrs. John E. Holloway for
PI t parcel of land to the Has Noegel sold 15.89 acres $10,000. Swim lUclSkS
kell Realty Developers for of land on SR-200 to Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Marc E.Jackson -
$7,200. and Mrs. Peter G. Guistov (From Pag. 1)Intoxicated) sold a parcel of land in
Willie Lee Williams sold for $55,000. South Gate Replat to R. C.
CRISI.j SET
I Have them call the t 5.26 acres of land to Ernest Peggy Ellen Payne sold out scene in response to a call and was flned$151and Polhameis and J. D. Erwin
CENTER any time day or 1 Leon Norman for $3,500. some land In Mount Pleasanton and that he saw Mrs. Lott lost his license for 90 d/b/a Crown Builders for

'night, 804 SW 2nd Ave. Marc E. Jackson and Har- Silver Lake to Mr. and struggling with Gainey and days.Jessie $5,000.
riette S. Jackson sold some Mrs. Richard H. Jockel for that shot was fired from the Aaron who was Mr. and Mrs. Ollie T. Put-
for help with a variety of land in South Gate Replat to $9,000. house. He said he took charged with shoplifting and
man sold 1 acre worth of landto
'ife's problems. Bruce J. Scott for $4,000. Donald L. Alvarez and Ka- Gainey's pistol and Sylvester John Edward Jackson,who was Delma May and Fun
George
W. T. Jackson Inc. sold a thryn E. Alvarez sold 30 a- Lott's rifel and then took all charged with DWI did not Jean E. Smith for 7000. For Summer
I DIAL 1800,3425364- parcel of land of SR 200 to cres of land to J. M. Alvarez parties concerned to the police appear In court and arrest Sophie L. Wolf by CharlesH.
at city hall. warrants were ordered.
Steve L. Whitehead for $5- for $8,000.M. department Williams Wolf sold a parcel of land $1.49 $2.98
000.Anna F. Wiggins and Mana He said the incident was -George pled on Santa Fe Shores to Betty;
Fr. Of Charge Lou Cuff sold some Wiggins sold some land in apparently settled at city hall, guilty to DWI and a pro- Jean Franklin and Joyce Hol-
1 land In Crystal Lake Home- M. F. Wiggins' Subdivisionfor and that no charges were filed. sentence Investigation was brook for $3,000.
GAINESVILLE----I sites to Mr. and Mrs. William 4000. ordered. Surf Sled
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News
LAWTEY By Elizabeth Terry HAMPTON Community

CHURCH SCHEDULESAND

ACTIVITIES overnight guests of the O. J. Anders. Ralph Wise, and attended ser AREA NEWSBy
Grace United Methodist Moores. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hall- vices with them. By Elizabeth Given Walker

Church .- Sunday School, 9:43: Simon Denton of Boynton man of Keystone Heights,vis- Mr. and Mrs. David Wll-
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Beach was a Thursday guestof ited their brotherand sister- kerson and son of West Palm Josephine Fontaine CHURCH NEWS 10 for the day.Ebenezer a.m. Lovefeast service at 11
and 8pm. MYF Sunday nightat his son and duaghter-In- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Beach, spent the weekend with a.m. Communion will be given '
6:30: followed by Choir law, Rev. and Mrs. Don Den- Kelly, Sunday afternoon. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. FRIEND Ushers Board No. 2 and Baptist Church, In the 5:30: service. }
& NEIGHBORS Choft
No. 3 meet on Monday
Practice. ton and family.Mr. Rev. Davis,
Leroy pastor.
Wilkerson.
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. Leon :*
The congregation of the and Mrs. Tommy Clay- Daisy Bocha and Lynn visit- .Mr and Mrs. J. C. Beach Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Par night at 7:30.: Tuesday night Weekly services began with Rev. B. C. Williams was
church was Invited to attend ton and son of Jacksonvillespent ed Mrs. Ernest Griffis and and grandaughter, of Lake ker are enjoying the visit the Senior Chlor rehearses. Bible Class Tuesday night at host to the second quarterly lq

Open House at the Par- Saturday with their mother new baby daughter, of Palatka City, visited their parents of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Baker Wednesday night Is Prayer 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Thurs- conference last Sunday, with '*
and and dla
sonage on Sunday after mor- Mrs. C, R. Crews, and Saturday morning. The Mr. and Mrs. John F. Rob- children, also Mr. Meeting. Thursday night the day night. Sunday serviceswill Presiding Elder R E. Lamb

ning services. Approximately Glenann Mr. Crews and new baby arrived Friday night. ertson, Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Mlsner. Ladles Circle meets. Friday begin with Sunday Schoolat charge. It was a very suc "

60 persons attended. Light Glenann returned home with Mrs. Nellie Parrlsh, of and Mrs. Fred Robertsand night the Prayer Band meets. 10 a.m., Morning serviceat cessful quarter.'t
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Nes-
refreshments were served by them and will spend a few Maxvllle spent Friday night Mike, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saturday the Senior Ushers 11 a.m. Evening Worshipat
Smith are happy to have their: will sell dinners. The JunIor
the Pastor and Wife. days. WILLIAMS-THOMAS ,
with her sister-in-law, Mrs. B. Keith, and family, 7 p.m.
Randall Reddish of Raiford Hester Hicks, and Saturdaywith and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce grandchildren down for the< Ushers will sell Ice cream. DATE SET JUNE 30 ,r

Highland/ Baptist Church-' spent last week with his grand- her In-laws, Mr. and Mrs.O. Paine, all of Jacksonville, Mr. summer. They are Elaine The monthly Sunday School Mt. Morlah United Metho- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wtl- \
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.Worship parents, Mr and Mrs. Les J. Anders. and Mrs. John Tye, Jr., and NesSmlth from the Canal Zone Conference will be held at dist Church. Hams of Starke announce the ,
and Dana Toole of Jacksonvllle -
Service 11 a.m. and\ McClelland. Miss Priscilla Tanner, of Johnetta, of South Daytona, 6 p.m. All teachers are askedto The conference year began engagement and approaching A
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting, Mr. and.Mrs. Johnny: Wyke the University of South Flo- and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tal- please be present. Sunday with a new minister, Rev. marriage of their daughter,
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. followedby and family of Laurlnburg, rida, Tampa, spent the week- ley of Gainesville, gathered at Rev. Perry spent last weel services will begin with Sun- Willie Stitt. Sunday serviceswill Yvonne, to Leon Thomas son 1
Choir N. C. the weekend with in Dallas, Texas attending the day school at 9:30.: Morning and Mrs. Leroy Thomas -
Practice. spent end with her parents, Mr. the home of Mr. and Mrs. begin with Church Schoolat of Mr. a
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. L. S. Tanner. Pris- John Tye, Sr,to help him cele- National Congress of Sunday; service at 11 a.m. League at 10 a.m. Communion will of Starke ,
W. A. Mosley Mrs. Wykl and cilla made the Deans' List brate his birthday anniver- School and BTU. He reports 4pm. Holy Communion will be given In the 11 a.m. ser- Miss Williams Is a 1969

United Methodist Women children remained for a three with a 4.0 average for the sary on Sunday a very enjoyable week. Mel be given In the 6 p.m. ser- vices. The Methoidst women graduate of RJE High School. u
Thanks to Mrs. Nita
met Tuesday morning at the weeks visit with them. Mr. 3rd quarter vice. will meet at 4 p.m. Choir Mr. Thomas is a 1967 graduate .
church. Mrs. Vernon Olin had and Mrs. Jerry Vogler and Robert and Lisa Hollowayof ---- ton, Roy Hart has his birth rehearsal is held each First of RJE High School.

harge of Bible Study. family Joined them on Sundayfor Clarkston, Ga., and Hazel day dog back home with him New Bethel Baptist Church, and Third Monday night at The wedding is planned for *
Nita found the little dog walking Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor, 6 '
the 30
day. June at
p.m
Vistors Saturday
7 are always
of Ga.
Mooty, Stockbridge, BROOKERIN p.m.
PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Glen Garlitz down the middle of Highway Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor, welcome. at the home of Mr. and Mrs.j'
month with
Coleman Phillips and his and family of Callahan were their are spending grandmother a Mrs Gay- 18 and took her In to keep service schedule as follows: Leroy Thomas, Sr.

mother Mrs. O J. Phillips, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. nell Mooty, and uncle and BRIEFBy her from getting killed until Weekly services begin with New Hope Baptist Church, All friends and relativesare

Sr., were dinner guests of O Nicula and family on Sat- aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney she could find the own Prayer Meeting Tuesday Rev. L. W. Mosely pastor. Invited to attend the wed-

her son-in-law and daughter urday. Their son, who had Harbin and Donna. er.Our night. Bible Class Wednes- Sunday Is pastoral day. Sun ding and reception immediate-i
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gas- spent two weeks with Perry Mrs. Marian Hall, Mrs. Co- thanks to Nita for mak day night. Thursday night(tonight day School will begin the ser- ly after the ceremony at the |
kins and family at Kingsley Nicula, returned home with ra Hodgesa and Mrs. James 'LINDA G. COX ing a boy happy. ) Choir No. 2 rehearsal. vices atl0a.m. Morning Worship home of Mr. and Mrs. Cla '

Lake on Tuesday evening. his parents and the daughter Hogan, all of Jacksonville, Seise Sunday services will terminate at 11 a.m. Evening Worship rence Williams, Sr.

Mrs Jack Pons and son, Angle, spent a week with spent Monday with their sis CHURCH with Sunday School at at 4 p.m. Which will i
BROOKER
Joey, of Tallahassee, visit- Vicki Nicula. ter, Mrs. Hester Hicks, and FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH terminate services for the DELL CHAPTER 168 OES

ed her mother, Mrs. Bryant Mrs. Ronnie McClellan and niece, Mrs. Glen Shuford, and director of Starke Old Tires day. Dell Chapter 168 will hold
Reddish, Sunday to Friday.Mr. Paul of Jesup, Ga., spent a children. Tommy Cox, Its regular meeting Thursday

and Mrs. Kay Stephenson few days wlthh her parents, Mrs. C. K. Cowan and son, Vacation Bible School reports with Sunday School, 9:45 am; Greater Allen Chapel AME (tonight) at 8 p,m, in the ),

of Macclenny met them Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sweat, of John, and Rebecca, of Jack- 100 students enrolled of, 71 each an Morning Worship at 11; ser- Being Used Church, Rev. B. C. Williams, Masonic Hall on Brownloe
attendance
here Tuesday and were supper the State Farm, and Mr. and sonville, were Monday guestsof average ended Sun- mon by Dr. Woodrow Fuller; pastor, service schedule as All members are asked to
School
guests of Mrs. Reddish. An- Mrs. Les McClellan, of Law- their parents, Mr.and Mrs. day. Bible Church Training 6:15: ; Even- follows: (Sunday School at 10 please bo present and on tlm

other guest was her brother, tey.Mr. John F.' Robertson, and Mrs. day ment night exercise.with a commence-Thank you Ing Worship, 7:30: ; sermon by As FishA Business of vital Importance '
and Mrs. Ed Mitchellof
Ray Dorman, of Orlando on Edith Swlnney. Dr. Woodrow Fuller.
Monday. Boynton Beach were recent Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boy- parents for sending your Monday -YouthChoir Prac

Mrs Ernest Wells and Miss overnight guests of their ette, Jr., and family and their children. School Please each send Sunday themto tice, 7 p.m. ttractors'Found KEYSTONE MEn.rfGSI
Arthurine Blanchard visited brother and sister-in-law, niece, Judith Rentiers; of Sunday Tuesday WMX Council -
Mrs. Hermie Kelly in River- Rev. and Mrs. Don Denton Charleston, S. C. visited their morning at 9:45: a.m. and Meeting, 10 a.m.; Easiness
side Hospital last Thursday. and family. Training Union Sunday evening : another use for BUSINESS DIRECTORY
brother and sister-in-law, and Program Meeting, 10:45;
Friends of Milton Cole- Bill Hall of Gainesville wasa Mr. and Mrs. Don Boyette, at 7pm. Better yet, make Covered Dish Luncheon, 12 old tires.
man regret to learn that he guest of Mrs. Bryant Red- of Lakeland, Thursday and this a family affair by coming noon. Ida Darby Group in The Florida Game & Fresh
is a patient In Baptist Hos- dish on Thursday. While there with them. Sunday Worship and Water Fish Commission and
Friday nights. Charge of program ar FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES I| HARDWARE
pital, Jacksonville. He will Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch they visited Disney World on Services: 11 a.m and 8 p.m. rangements. the Florida National Guard GARIl1'.N.r..

appreciate cards. and family, Ralph Futch, and Friday. They returned home Wednesday Family Night have been busy in recent tSAIDY1Ali
Donna and Art Green, of Mrs. Joyce Futch /gathered at Saturday and went to Lake RECEIVES AWARDCongratulations Supper, 6 p.m; Prayer Meet- weeks building artificial reefsIn SLIMS

Albany, Ga., are spendingsome the home of her sister, Miss City for the day with his parents ing, 6:30: ; Teachers and Of- Lowery Lake on the south V Aao 1

time with their grand- Elizabeth Terry, on Sundayfor Mr. and Mrs. Otis Boy- to Michelle ficers Meeting, 7:15: ; Church end of Camp Blanding, usIng Fish -'N': Stuff 43A:1: IH'fIILlv.
mothers, Mrs. Ernest Wells a family dinner prior to ette Sr., and family. Choir Practice, 8 p.m. hundreds of old tires.
and Mrs. Joe Dorko. Ralph's departure for his Bill and Bobby Wolfe, Den- Harrell, who received the citizenship Thursday Recorder Group They call the reefs "fish Bolt A compl.te line a. Nd...

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Normanand home In Black Mountain, N.C. nis Soliday and Ed Bruni, of award on Awards Dayat in meets at 10 a.m.; Ladles attractors" because they tend Crlckets.Shlnners-Worms BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS

sons visited Disney World Mrs. Ruby Carrol, and Mrs. Wilmington, Dela. were Starke.Southslde There Elementary were two students Handbell Choir, 12 noon; Boys to attract and concentratethe Minnows Plumbing! & Electrical( Supp. i
and other points of interest James Durham, of Jackson- guests of Bill and Bobby's Handbell Group, 1:30: p.m.; fresh water fish. Gro-Ton. Fertill.e 7
from each class to receive -
Friday to Sunday last week. ville, spent Wednesday after grandmother, Mrs. Hester Visitation, 7 p.m. The National Guard's 153rO TACKLE-RODS-REELS Insecticides

Mr. and Mrs. John Morris noon with their uncle and aunt, Hicks, for a few days, and this award. Michelle Friday Guitar Group, 1:30: Engineer Company of Lake FISHING 6 HUNTING Lumb.., & Building Mat.rlol.
also the Physical Fitness
of Parsippany, J. J. spent Mr and Mrs. O J. Anders their uncle and aunt, Mr. and won p.m. City provided the equipmentand LICENSES-AMMUNITION
Father's Day weekend with Mrs. Thomas Whaley and Mrs. Glenn Shuford, and family Award In physical education.To some of the manpower ICE Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From Llaht

their Hubert parents Priest., Mr. and Mrs. Ga.daughters, spent, the of weekend Douglasville with, Mr.. and Mrs. Robert D. receive must do this well award on the a phys-student 1;::1:1: 1:1:;; ;1:1:;111 1mm;;111;;;;;;;j 1;;;;; : :;:;:;:;:;:: for the project were and, placedIn three"attractors" Keystone Hats. 473-,4351 Keystone Heights 473.3663

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders her mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and. Taylor, and family, of St. education ical fitness activities test, in and physical display 12 to 15 feePot .water in CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION Am. CUM D
and sons camped at Camp Mrs. Daisy Boch, Petersburg spent Sunday afternoon Lowery.All .
and citizenship
conduct -
Blanding a few days last week. Lynn. Mrs. Virgil Griffis and with their brother and good OBITUARIESMrs. were made of sur- THEISES TV &
Coleman Phillips daughters of Palatka, and Miss on the playground. plus worn out tires that
Mr. and Mrs. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. the ,
finished

week at and Kingsley family Lake.spent last Sheila Springs Elixson, met, of them Worthington here- Gene Mrs.Taylor.Robert Lee spent Sun- year Michelle with also an overall A aver- :: ::::::;: 1 M1111i1m1\111i11i111i1\11il1111il; : ;\ ; ;; \; ;; .:t: were National also Guard.provided Approxi-by the RJbbie's Camp APPLIANCE:
work.
Mrs Wesley Thomas and for the day of Sunday. day with her parents, Mr. and age.Michelle Keep is the up daughter the good of Mr. mately 10,000 pounds of 'frailer Sales QUUHWsafety

Jay, of Live Oak, visited her Mrs. Gordon L. Peterson, of and Mrs.' Henry Harrell of Mrs. CarltonMrs. threadbare tires were used Low Gas C.G. TV STERO
parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Strick Keystone Heights.Mr. Brooker. In the three attractors completed Price and Gatorll lot CAR AND PORTABLE
on
Moore, on Friday. Mr. and land, of Lithia, were Satur and Mrs Bill Wise, of .
Mrs. Chuck Moore and Bob day overnight guests of their Hampton, spent Sunday with Jessie Mae Carlton, "We figured the fish attractors Hi Low Exclusive TAPE DECKS

of Lake City, were Friday uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs their parents, Mr. and Mrs. PERSONALS 75, of Starke, died Monday after would draw speck- Towing Insurance COMMERICAL AND
an extended illness. She led perch and bass," said RESIDENTIALJAMES
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kelleyof
was a member of the Jehovah Tom Vaughn, a fisheries 11. ROBINSON. PROP AIR CONDITIONING
home the
Orlando were over
weekend visiting their par- Witness Church. biologist with the Game Com- 3.5 Miles S. Of Keystone, SALES 8.. SERVICE ;j 1
Surviving are two daugh mission "but were surprised -
THE 4TH ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wil- 475-2035
MAKE liams, and Mrs. Doris Kelley. ters, Mrs. Carrie Mae Rosier that they're also attract- KEYSTONE 473.4651 :

Sgt. James Mott, who is of Starke, and Mrs.Mar ing a large number of chan- _
stationed at Eglin AFB at Ft. gie Kendell, Gainesville; six nel catfish." REAL ESTATE AUTO SERVICE ;
sons Malley, of Ocala; J. C.,, Many of the ponds In
Walton Beach was home over
,
FAMILY AFFAIR the weekend visiting his par- of Starke; R. D.Odessa,Texas the south end of Blanding, Richard T. Lovorn KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE

ents and family, Mr. and Mrs.J. ; Herbert, Raiford; Guy T., which is a fish managementarea

R. Mott, Rickey and Elaine. Lawtey; and Robert: Anderson,, have been stocked with Rag. Real Estate Broker Front End Alignment! Speed
15 Salisbury, Md.; two brothers,, catfish during the last sevenor
On Friday night, June Wheel Balancing
Luell and Dave Tanner both /
eight years. Divers who LAKE
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cox enJoyed -
by the of Lawtey; and six sisters, assisted In placing the groupsof Air Conditioning! Service-
a banquet given Mrs. Llllle Batten and Mrs. tires said they have seen PROPERTIESrw:

High Springs Jaycees. Tommywas for the Sadie Kelley, both of Starke; numerous big "cats" weigh- Brake Service
the speaker
guest
occasion. He chose for his Mrs. Bessie Pringle, Bryce- ing between five and seven INSURANCE 'LubricationOil Change-
ville; Mrs. Winnie Gordon, pounds, gathered around the
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topic, "Club Motivation" Tune UpGoodyear
Jacksonville; Mrs. Mamie 2
reefs. Keystone Hgts. 473-3 S4
v of Palatka
Cindy Taylor
spent last week with her Clark, of Starke; and Mrs. Schools of minnows and 473-4692 Tires
Thompson, Lawtey. fish also
other small were
and Mrs.
grandparents, Mr. Funeral services were heldat quick to gather around the Edna Knepper -473-4111

Roy Green. Dean 2pm. Wrdnesday in Jones attractors, the divers said. Martha Durbin -473-3362 1 BLK. Off E. 21 and 1 DLK.
Mrs. James
Mr. and of Bristol, Memorial Chapel with iner- These small food fish natur- Jim Fox -473-4148 N. Off 100
and Jimmy
Tenn.son are here visiting rel- ment in Kyal Cemetery. ally attract the larger game C.B. McAfee 43.4050 KEYSTONE IIGTS. 473.4052


atvies Pressley, Mr.and and Becky Mrs.In Mack Lake G.W. BaisdenGeorge fish.Vaughn explained that Low- BEAUTY SHOP S. K.: VcKa >, !Uealtor

Butler, and Mr. and Mrs. ery and similar lakes in this
Tommy Cox, Bradlee and part of Florida are generally Nell's S.E. McKAY I REUTOR
Deena In Brooker. W. Baisden, 60, of barren in the deeper water. Member of Sc.defy
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mess- Jacksonville, died Saturday, There is little brush, tree Beauty Style SIw[ of Residential l Appraiser-
June 23 In the Gainesville
more and family of Temple tops, or other formationsto "for a lov.li.r Serving Th i Area F :'
Veterans Hospital after an provide feeding of hiding
Hills Md. are here visitingrelatives you"Phono
extended Illness. He was bornIn Mrs. Melt. un
for fish. Most of
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. places
Green and Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Starke on May 8, 1913, the the lakes have a bare sand 475-221 Mrs. Dolores Gilmore ..i'3Jr' )

Preparing for a family outing on Stanley Mrs. Pearl Green Markey.and family, and and son of Zuella the Carter late George Baisden W., bottom, without to attract sufficient marine vegetation Between .:: Mrs (Joanne Gassett 4"Vlo22

and was a Navy veteran of life. Vegetation is more Keystone Mr. Leslie Robinson 475-1033

a holiday is not a lot of trouble PRAYER LIST World Surviving War n.is one sister, Mrs. prevalent"The attractors near the have shores.nothing Heights V- HomesAcreagcKentalsOffice

Morris Dye N. G. Hayes Lucia Strong of Westchester, to do with Increasingthe 4. Office Phone 4"3-481<

fill Zulene Harrell, and Bob Dyal. Pa.Funeral fish population in the
nowadays. We can up your services were held lakes," Vaughan said. "They Rays Shell
'
at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the merely provide gathering pla- Lanvll'a Boutique .. t
&i838gie: ; :;;:;:'=:: ::-;:'::: :::::::::::' graveside In Crosby Lake Cemetery ces for the fish, and provide / Wrecker Service

picnic basket with all the good CARD OF THANKS with Rev. James T. better fishing In these spots. Styles and AccessoriesFor We monitor chonnek 13 C.B.

Parrlsh. conducting. inter- There is no secret about The Complete 24 liltS \\J

things you like in no time at all. :::::::;:;:::;:;:;:::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::;;:'':o :;:*:;' ment under was direction In the of family DeWitt plot C., been where placed.the attractors All three have are Woman ServiceK.y.ton.

Jones Funeral"Home. clearly marked with white Hv r 21 Detwoon !s"AAA:

JULIAN McRAE FAMILY and orange buoys and are Ke.tone ao Melro..

WHY NOT SURPRISE THE LITTLE WOMAN EXPRESSES THANKSMy John W. MockJohn boldly lettered "Fish Attrac- 475-3311 Day Call 4733083Night
family and I would like tors." 475-2838

THIS YEAR---GET HER AND THE LITTLE to thank our many friends William Mock, 46, of Basically, such fish attrac- f
and relatives for the cards Broomfleld COlo died on tors work quite well on spec- Electrical Contractor
MONSTERS IN THE CAR AND GO SOMEWHEREAND and prayers received duringmy June 19 In ,Fairfax,, Va. aftera kled perch, and usually there Fill Dirt
recent illness, and to all sudden Illness. A former are a few lunker bass also Beach Sand Bell Electric Co.

HAVE AN OLD FASHIONED PICNIC. the churches and their members resident of Starke, he was hanging around the attractors.So .
FillTractor
for their/; prayers. It was If you are privlledgod Clay James W. Bell, OwnerCommercial
an education media specialist -
very much appreciated. My with the Bolder Valley to fish the lakes In the mana- Work
and I feel that my recovery -
11:00 EVERY DAY. family School System of Bolder, Co gement area, keep an Hank Bruning
|r OPEN FROM 700: TO :: | was a miracle. --Sincerely business eye out for the fish attrac- -
lo. and
Julian E. McRae. waa on a ResidentialRepairs
You KEYSTONE
trip to Virginia when strick- tors. might go home HEIGHTS
with a larger string If you
-- en.Mr. PHONE 473-4761 Electrical Fixtures
Mock was a veteran of T
BOX 41 Range Hoods
n the Korean P.O.
MADISON STREET World War and do.eOldwm&t 473-3602
Keystone Hgts.
served in the
BAPTIST CHURCH Conflict having LAKE GENEVA

HandyUJaMFOOD Sunday, July 1: Sunday Marines, the Army, and the
U. S. Air Force. He received
Morning CONTRACTORS AUTO SERVICE
9:45
School, : ajn.;
Worship, 11 a.m.; Church three Purple Hearts whileIn
Training, 6:15 p.m.; WMU the service. I'\II' \ TRIANGLE "R"ENTERPRISE JOHNSON AUTO TUNE UP
Surviving Is his wife, Mary,
Prayer Circle,7:15: P.ITU;Eve INC.eGeneral RepaIrlna-
STORES ning Services, 7:30 pjn.Monday and one daughter, Dorothy Ann Engines Rebuilt
Youth Choir,7 pjn. Mock, both of Bloomfield; and ,l 1 GENERAL CONTRACTORS Minor Machine Shop Work

TuesdayBible Study, 10 one sister, Mrs. Edwin Jar- I'r Licensed Insured Automatic Transmission
rett, Westminister, Colo. : Rh ,Featuring *, Air Condition:'
am.Wednesday Military rites were held at Tire* Batteries
Prayer Meeting The Linda! Cedar
is like Home
"Alimony makingthe
CONVENIENTLY LOCATED NEAR YOU Mission Friends, 7:30 2:30 pjn. Saturday at the Moa. Fri. 7i50 P.M
473 N. Rd 21 1.p.M-6
on car
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p.m.1.Adult 1 Denton SumralL Pastor metery. after It's been wrecked. P.O. Box 657 2110 LAKE GENEVA 473-4117

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I A CCOMII ting Procedures. (From Poget 1)). but has increased eight the to 30 city's days reserve, something -
will Chairman L. M. Gaines to council of its policy to planta a $36,584 bid to Burroughs) lence of consumers of from the council has considered
mlttee Is aware of the some- annually and their Jobs remov- Corporation for a new bill- been unable to do because :
shall be cut off the followingday else have the city attorney drawan tree for every one since fuel to operate the
times problems that exist In be filled by someone ordinance requiring mobile ed. ing machine for 'city hall. the limitations of the present has been rationEd !
If the customer gives a bad signing checks. We believe during their vacation. be anchored to the -Schaeffer also said the billing machine. plant for the tank was I
that some latitude should be 5)) All overtime appearingon homes to left The machine will be paid -Received a certificate of The offer
check two months In succes- the discretionof time sheets will be ap ground and skirted. streets budget has money for from Federal Revenue from the Friendsof rejected because the coun-
exercised at and asked for appreciation
sion then the City will no longer the Mayor.Practical Judge. proved not only by the superintendent -In connection with the city's for more paving ahead with sharing funds. Mayor Me- the Library, signed by Mrs. cil couldn't figure how the city
check and the to go fuel to fill
accept his ment should be used by the of the department; rezoning study Gaines also permission Randall, Rae asked If the machine will Evelyn Hamilton as presi could purchase
bill must be paid in cash commissioner announced the council thata six streets: Debra fulfill the city's requirementsand made to reserve tank
Mayor and the Clerk In sign- but also the to Green Acres and dent, for donations the
cashiers in Transmis-
money order or chairman of of Florida and Ree was assured by Tucker and Library. Florida Gas
Ing checks so the internal chairman or vice University team Pinebreeze, and South- the Bradford County
check controls will not be unbalanced each department. All office will begin a land use ttudy Palm In Southgate Sub Clerk Merrill Edwards thatit spending sions has notified the cityit
overtime will be approved by within a month.Instructed gate Drive will. The machine stores information -Decided against will curtail natural gas
Signatures on checks: It division. He was told to get $16,000 to purchase a 250- 116 days of
3)
) plant
Streets on magnetic the city
of the City the Clerk and the Mayor.In Chairman ( tapes to
All employees the reserve
4) so .
be paved
that the Mayor to 000 tank to store
Is recommended June footage and has plenty of for current year.ATTENTION
the other action at the Charles Schaefer to ob- room a the
elected have
whether by peo bids. would
call for tank
and the Clerk co-sign council can fuel oil. The
pie or hired or appointed 19 meeting, the council: tain prices on removing 10 previous month's meter reading as-S--
checks after they have been SHALL, take their vacation Instructed Zoning Board oak trees Schaeffer said he -Acting on the advice of to be listed with each billing ---- -------aa I
prepared; however this com' aa-aa-,' and Street Supt. S. R. Hicks a committee which Included Clerk Edwards said,add I ADULTSSummer
_as e e a a e e e aaa e e as e a as have found to be rotten.Coun- Accountant. Councilman Neil ing that Is something he has i I
June Sales cilman Tucker reminded the Tucker the council awarded long wanted to do for conven- I: School Evening Classes W ill t tt

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-- Students Attend Convention ___ Council I IA

Two members of Rejects Utility Recommendations
Business Leaders of Americachapter at Bradford High Beam, attended the organiza .,
: tion's twenty-second National
Jan
Searle and Carol
list of four recommendations a salary increase of $1,200per
i DD'Ia: CI''ClClQClClIIIUICla: ooc: CI CI oooooooONLY Leadership Conference In the major one being the year over his present purpose of restoring service.No it was suggested would be to city hall to pay bills, Silt
Washington D.C., on June suggested consolidation of the salary one other than the Electric composed of the entire city cox said.

THE VERY RICH 17-19. Starke gas and electric departments 3)) It was recommended that Department would be allowedto commission.The At that, Tucker withdrewthe
The three-day conference were rejected by on the 21st of each month the turn meters off or on. 21 day cut-off deadlinewas recommendations.But .
featured regional and general the Starke City Council in its clerk's office prov'idealist 4)) That a review committeebe objected to by Councilman Councilman Charles
sessions, exhibits: recep- established for the sole Schaefer added that he is "all
i CAN June 19 meeting. of all past due accounts to the Vernon Silcox who termedit
AFFORD CHEAP tions, social activities, lead- A product of the Utility Electric Department for the purpose of reviewing all hard too short even though Tucker in favor" of Graudons as
ership sessions, a campaign Committee, the recommen- purpose of cut offs for non ship or exceptional cases of pointed out it is the policy utility director, "but the time
! AIR CONDITIONING rally, and the election of dations were submitted by payment. Meters, it was sug- customers unable to pay bills. presented followed by the city. has come when we need a gas
i national officers for the coming Councilman Nell Tucker, who gested, will be cut off In accordance The committee would have Mayor Jimmy McRae objected superintendent"
year. Interview's and tests withdrew the recommendations authority to extend service be- to naming Graudons, The Natural Gas Department -
I Quality Work Doesn't with policies estab-
Cost It Pays were conducted to determinethis when objections became lished by the city commission.The yond the cut off date and to the presnet electric department has been operating minusa
year's Mr. and Miss work out payment boss since the resignationof
satisfactory
I BROWN REFRIGERATION apparent. The suggestionswere cut off crew would not superintendent and a
Future Business Leader of : accept any payment on account schedules with the customer member of the Utility Committee Supt. Bob Patterson who
AIR CONDITIONING America. 1)) That the Gas Departmentand but would refer the customer Involved. The review board, to head both depart. went with Slade Gas. W. P.
FBLA Is a national organization the Electric Departmentbe to the city hall to make ments. McRae said Graudonscouldn't Reames, Jr., foreman of the
composed of high school Gas Department, said he has
WEATHERTON HEAT placed under the directionof payment. handle both departments
PUMPS students preparing for one man. The clerk's office would Rummage SaleSetSatunlay that he has enough been doing the job of the superintendent
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careers In business. The 2)) Temporarily that George with the electric and asked the councilto
226. S. Walnut St. provide a list of cut ons the problems
I Starke 964-7731 BHS FBLA Chapter "has a Graudons be appointed to the following morning to the department. raise his salary and name
, total of 54 members. position of Utility Director at Electric Department for the Silcox said meter readers him gas superintendent. But
I A gigantic rummage sale should be allowed to collect no action on that was taken at
is set Thursday, Friday, and utility payments. He said the the June 19 meeting.
i =- Saturday, June 28-30, at the city is in business for the Members of the Utility
i, state prison farm, house 207. convenience of residents, not Committee are Councilmen
u y V H iS The sale will go on from to Inconvenience them. Tucker and One Wiggins, and
morning until night all three "We're here to help people, Electric I Supt.Graudons.
days. Posters will guide the not to cause them more Councilman Wiggins was on
4 way to the sRle.Yawn's. trouble" by making them go vacation and missed the June

e 19 meeting.

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COUH1 POLlES1Ea S&1.. the report containedthe ALL SHRUBBERYPLANT
KODELr COTTON following comment:
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T, GRASS
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9 O pUNt 3 PKGS. closely followed. Annual reports -
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Pogo 10 TELEGRAPH June 28. 1973keMacclenny

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In the shot a 21 over three holes and
the North Central Florlda- Tuten leads age group
PGA tournament swings towards with 63 points, while Roberts' leads the age group with a 60
the Ironwood trails with 60. Gaines has a point total.
Country
S Club in Gainesville Monday,two total of 57 points in three tourn- Tee off time will be 9:00: THE TELEGRAPH
Monday morning at the
local youths are leading in their aments and Herres 56 Ironwood
respected divisions after three In the nine and under age Country In Gainesville for the 135 W. Call St Stark.

To 4 -4 TieBradford tournaments. group, Scott Ware of Keystone fourth tourney of the tour. Call Enree Our Printer

Play Despite an 84 Monday in the
third tournament, held at the noA ?f pootfjottajocls Jn O.A,

Green Cove Springs Golf Suwannee River Fishing
High's summer 16 does will travel to Palatka for who had a .382 batting average. Course, Ed Watts, of Starke Is 'U !Sp uJapotu; UI ;aZiiEiD!
uid 17 old baseballers a game scheduled at 7:30.: Other returning starters from leading in the 16-17 old
layed Macclenny year to a 4.4 The summer baseball pro last year's young team Include age bracket with 53 year points. Contest Set Sa turday : ;a \ 'JUBM no( uoissajduijoj !

Je Thursday afternoon beforehe gram gives I the players a Tommy Wise, Eddie Blalock, ;atll JJo.Jd! Xjduoims! .Jno,( uo
Matt Herres, son of the local
called due to chancy to Improve baseball Jermlah Johnson, David Kil-
was
game golf pro at the Starke Golf and AI.J OJ ; no( 'uos.J:>d UI : V
:Jarkness after nine Innings of skills and also lets them see bey Robert Best, and Johnny The Suwannee RIver Autho- 8 1/2 ozs. 3ABIJ{ JJE3
Country Club, is leading In boys
Nickols.
jlay the pitchers they can expect to that Its Second 3> : :: no,( 'XuBtlmoa: vjnoqB
face next spring. 14-15 year olds with 60 points. rity announces First prizes In the Large- ji5tu J.UE3 UtffX\
Trailing MacclennyS-0, Herres finished Annual Fishing Contest will
tournament mouth Bass and Suwannee Airs
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first tied the While last Tornado lot spEagrauazPC
year's
Tornadoes
he Other players who are to be play Monday with an 85 after the be held Saturday June 30. Bass Divisions will be Fen-
game up in the third Innings team posted only a 5.11 counted of ZLlO: 9t'Z
heavily on most week before, setting the pace wick Bass Rods and Ambas- 'a'W
Reddish hit two- record, BHS coach Steve
Tommy: a whom are In the summer base with an even-par 72 at the Quail Headquarters will be the sador 5000 Reels. First prizes .
double scoring Eddie Bushore is quick to point out
un
ball program are Duane Har- Height golf course. Schofield Brothers Tackle Box for the Catfish, Bluegill a3eui|
lazen and Danny McKinney. that it was the best recordin
dee, Johnny Hobbs, Tommy of Suwannee RIv- Bream and Shellcracker Divisions
at the town -
Macclenny scored In the topf several years and that five Marty Kenneth, of Green
Jackson and
Reddish, Jimmy
of the contest will be Zebco
> the seventh, but Bradford of the losses were only by one Cove, was the low man for the er. The time Spinning '
and Stewart Duncan.
Pt
evatt 6 until Rods and Reels. Second
will be from a.m. prizes -
lie the in the 14
.ame right back to gameip day and 15 year oldsas JnOA
Hardee, Hobbs and Reddishall
run."Palatka In
all Divisions will be
and to force it into extra South, who won the he shot a 78 on his home 6 p.m.
collected hits
Thursday against -
Deluxe Tackle Third
nnlngs as Johnny Hobbs conference, only had a 9-3 Macclenny. Danny course Churck Waters, also The Divisions will be Large- Boxes.
scored on a fly ball Tommy record." said Bushore. "Witha McKinney had the Tornadoes of Green Cove, was close behind mouth Bass Suwannee Bass, prizes will be such itemsas aiepdn
a landing net, paddle anchor ,
Reddish, little luck, we could have with an 80.Green Bream and _
only other hit. Catfish, Bluegill
bait bucket and boat
scheduled been in the thick of
Monday's game right" Cove's Steve Klrkes, Shellcracker. Fish may be cushion.
against Macclenny was called things playing the 16 and 17 year olds, caught anywhere In the Suwan
off due to rain as was Tues- Returning from last year's BMS Summer had the best round of the day nee River, but fish must be Last year the Bass Divisionsaw
:day's scheduled game against squad will be the conference's with a one-over par, 73. Scott registered at the official weigh the most action as 13 964-6305
:'lay High. Friday theTorna- leading hitter Charlie Green Program PlannedA Foster, of Green Cove, was station, Schoflelds Tackle Gainesville ,Bassmasters
second in the age bracket with a Box, by 6 p.m. Awards will caught 42 bass to enliven the
76. be presented at that time. competition. This year 15
LAKE CITY RACES summer reading and recreation Bassmasters from Gainesville -
program will be offered In the 12 and 13 year olds, Records established last have already signed up for 8 re
at Bradford Middle Keith Klrker led the field witha year were: Largemouth Bass- the contest so the residents
10th Anniversary School beginning Thursday 43 over nine holes. Close Mrs. J.O.Roberts, Alachua, along the river and other visit- snt ?k8jo/i/W
morning, July 5. behind was Timmy Russels, of 4 lbs. I oz.; Suwannee Bass ing fishermen may take notice.
Late Model 100 Hours for the program designed Lake City, with a 44. Palatka's Emmittee Daughtry, Gaines-

to Improve reading Bruce Boahn lead the group witha ville, 1 !b. 12 1/2 ozs. ; Cat- The competition Is open to
skills are 9 am to 10:30a.m. total of 59 points.In fish Steve Dean Chiefland and 3NI1MIIdA
PURSE $5,000 TO K L$1,000 until anyone no pre-registra-
and from 10:30: noon.
Mrs. the 10 and 11 year olds, 3 lbs. 2 ozs.; Bluegill Bream tion Is required. Just weighin
Warney
Time Trails 6 P.M. Teachers are Billy Tuten maintained his lead Buck Trails Suwannee River your fish at the Schofield
First Race 8 P.M. Adkinson and Mrs. Dlna Pet-
Tackle Box in Suwannee RIv-
in the age group as he won low
rella. man honors with a 40 over nine er by 6 and claim your prize.

25..Lap Bomber Race will The have recreation correspondingmorning program I holes. Eleven strokes back wasStarke's Norman
2-5 Scott Roberts with a 51.
and from
hours
p,m, Teaching will be Mrs. Richard Gaines and Joey Her- TIP FROM YOUR
$200 ToSaturday Win
Connie Arnold and Jerry Pet- res, of Starke posted a 52 Pads
and 53 respectfully.

June :30 rellaSthlnnii MANAGER
FRIENDLY SERVICE

General Admission $5.00 ig Spree LeadCarol


Children 6 to 12 $2.00 Redding slammed two ARTHUR BROCKTERWILLEGAR
Pushes C
1 LlIlll ngham round trippers, Including one

Under 6 Free three-run homer as Nor
man's Farm padded their leadin MOTORS
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the Women's Softball Lea-
A six run scoring spree in
with IS-5
gue a romp over

T the than fifth enough 8-3 inning over to lift First proved CunninghamGult Baptistin more Blalocks Blalocks', Thursday had grabbed night. an 'Here's How lo Save Gas.

Men's Softball action early lead, scoring four runs
Thursday night. in the first Inning on five hits.

.,.,,. \When hill! < '\nrrl, ,
First Baptist had Jumped After their first inning scor- v>ur vr" \ speedy
out to a quick 3-0 lead in the ing spree, Blalock's bats then lli.il (he \dl\ehccliptkctl: This is often I
fourth inning as they put four went cold as they collected Everyone else: has had! (licir say nn1/ o\limkfd rxcqil: al lunciU' limp and| can :
hits together to score Danny just five more hits the remainder saving, lint I have \rIn\ SPP a Idler from a inpinliiile to pour mileage if linked; ;; orstuck. j
McKinney, Eddie Hazen and of the game. Nor- practicing;: mechanic. As: a mechanic, 1 ha\e : r
Randal McGeeCunningham man's tied the game up in
some !suggestions! !: :
the third inning, scoring four
1973 Olds Delia 88 however Lastly, Keepo car in HIP hes: l possible!
came runs on four hits. TII improve has mileage! : thcii 1 is.: no vi!>.-lt-
back in tuiinuu;:: condition.
2 Door Royale. White Vinyl Over Blue w/Blue Fabric Radio & Heater the right inning the Ken bottom Carltonand of Norman's took the lead in lute for a Rood:: Iwsic tll111'1I11) by a dual| | |it'd
Air Conditioning, Power Steering Power Brakes Less 4,000 Miles. as fourth, six mechanic, but Iwluren: (Ilioip
Billy Sanford scored on the scoring runs tiincnps nr j A Rood: rule nf thumb for ROOI:: | inilo.tsc\ : is>
a double by Ricky Bennett, with Carol Redding's three few things car\ owners can do lo help ihoa Ihit any mechanical problem Imcr
Trailing 3-2, run homer Blalock's came own CIIII: Cunninghamtook >oii rlcoper inlojnur accclei'iilor pedal
back to score their fifth runln
72 CAD ILL A C 7972 OLDS he slammed control out of the seven game hits as to the top of the fifth, but Norman's ,:;c\c'ral mpjj! can lit I /pained: or lost in I the I Hum iiMinl i is \\.i-Mnip! g.is: and should hecollected
.
added another five runs air filler. check filter : il OIKO.Aboe
Prnnrlically the hv
98 LS 4 door sedan,green vinyl score six runs.
Sedan de Vllle 4 door sedan
in the sixth as they over- il light
sliver with holding lo a .slionj light. 'I he lev: /:
over Ken Carlton and
gray Johnny all find eMiihlishrd
Sun Roof, brown vinyl over the nn !:nave;,; orseivicp
gold with saddle tan interfor.fabric Interior, AM-FM radio Griffis both went 3-for-3 as powered opponents. (and airs) passing:: through\ the mme gas .Mini- :..liltiol11111 feel >ou can Iru.st, and
AM-FM ad stereo, air conditioning Cunningham out hit the losers car will burn\ }Replace: as needed, ill once! if -eoclll.iwi\
air condit- Hollinsworth
stereo Barbara and cirri I Ilith them ; '. :>n that l the me-:
ioned, power door locks power door locks cruise 138. Billy Sanford and Ricky Carol Redding paced the win. oily. ilumtsnll come lo know: ;your' cur's charac-
control tilt and telescopr Bennet each had two hits.
cruise control and other with three hits each.
many control tilt and telescope ners Spray, (the external: IIIOMIIIJ! path( : of carterisltcs\ HS! well as! Lucy know their otuLhut'cG1r
extras. 4 other 72 Cadillacs With the win, Cunningham Brenda Thomas collected two

1.1 tlt.ock. S 6 3 9 5 steering"-re. wheel_7jj5r and much maintained in the a second perfect half 5-0 of record the- hits tripper, including of the season her first as round Norman's linkagIith operation.. Never:p'ndratlll Ucinpl; fortiori rick>'diilcarbmclor These maintenance few ))1\'cl'alillons.\ and safe coupkd sensible: with dimiip propthrottle : ,

season. With the lost First outhit Blalock's 1610. adjustments unless quahfted.'r| :
will not only sj\p: gisnlinc:: : bat will inctCd.sctlip
72 FORD TORINO 1971 CADILLAC If) 72 Off//" 1)eItu, back Baptist with dropped 3.2 two games Terri Woods led Blalock'swith Alternator drive bolls should l.r I light: and! pcifoinidncp\ and pleasineou get from
a mark.
Grand Sport 2 door hardtop Sedan de Vii.) Brown vinyl J:"' "I" athree-for-threeperfor- in good: condition to maintain |pea"! voltage; A juur Cdr.
351V8 engine with a 2 barrell over dark gold with gold fa-. STANDINGS: CunninghamGulf mance. Judy Young, also wenta weak :spark only partly hums: Curl, requires
arburator, white over blue brie Inferior, 'Vf-rM radio 4 DR. Hardtop, Black Vinyl 5-0, First Baptist 3-2, perfect two-for-two and more gas lo maintain . with white vinyl! interior raeJectn n, windows and soots over Gold W/Belge Fabric Lawtey 1-2, Baldwin Chevrolet scored two runs.STANDINGS .

dio, heater air conditioning, power brakes, steering and R & H Air. Cond., PS, PB, 1-2, Hampton 0-4,
r power steering brakes and vinyl roof. See to appreciate. SCHEDULE: Thursday,June : Norman's 12-2, Come In And Let Arthur Put Your Car
tow mileage. Extra sharp.owS329. 28; Hampton-vs-Lawtey,8:45: ; Blalock's 8-5, Mitchell's 0-
G4995 S3495! Monday, July 2: Baldwln-vs- 13. J
5: First Baptist, 8:45: ; Tuesday, In
July 3: Lawtey-vs-Cunning SCHEDULE: Thursday,June Top Shape

1972 MERCURY 1970 FORD LTD 1972 IlII1'nin ham, 7:30: ; First Baptlst-vs- 28, Mitchell's-vs-Blalock's,
730.: Monday, July 2, Bla
Marquis Brougham 4 door 2 door hard top brack vine 2 Door Hardtop, Midnight Hampton, 845.: lock'svs- Norman's Farm, SAVE
YOU WILL
sedan, dark blue vinyl over over white radio heater all Bronze With Brown Vinyl, 730.: GAS
light blue, stereo, cruise con- conditioning power steering Interior Radio Heater A/C
trol power door locks and power brakes and extra nice Power Disc Brakes Lou JULY
much more. Mileage Extra Clean
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2 Dr. Hard Top, Brown Seats. R & H. Air: Cond., over Gold, with Fabric Inter-
Vinyl over Bamboo W/Brown Power Steering P Brakes ior, radio and heater air con- NOW
Vinyl Interior. R&H. Air AT on Floor Console dition, power tearing power
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1970 Cher Imptilu 1969 Mercury Marquis I "Sonny & Help's a Comin '" MOBILE

door hard top Turquoris with 4 door White over Light Blue .bringing you the
fabric Interior. Radio and hea. Radio and Heater air condition newest sounds from HOMES
tor, air condition power stepower steaming, power brakes I
brakes EW. EH. XTRA country to rock. J--:
wring, power big eng clean. :
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Jon. 28, 1973 TELEGRAPH Pog. 11



Sparkman On Dean's List Eleven Lives Hunting, Set 'lA'D

May Be Lost Licenses FLORIDASUN.
Donna Sparkman, studentat Point average of 3.49 to
William Carey College In 3.00 out of a possible 4.00 Over FourthEleven Tract
Hatttesburg, Mississippi, was receive this distinction. Miss In Two DaysFlorida MON.. & TUBS.K .
among those recently placedon Sparkman Is the Daughter of
the Dean's List n. Mr. and Mrs. James Spark- Florida persons traveling sportsmen ( ) the east -Approved Its own application 11K" for Karate.t .
highways lose their
Students achieving may ( )from for rezoning the Lincoln
a grade- man of Starke. two days In which to
the
lives during July 4 holiday fishing ( ) to City area from Rl-A toRl-C
hunting and
period, according to estimatedby
( residen- permitting mobile homes. At
L before June 30
the Highway Patrol. board last month the
After June 30 ) Its meeting
Want To Keep Your Guns? The holiday period Is only will need new 73-74 board expressed belief that
30 hours long, starting at 6 p.m. for fishing or hunting, ( tract, allowing mobile homes would
Tuesday July ?, and ending at ing to the Florida ) build upgrade some of the sub-
ATTENTION Sportsmen, hunters and all midnight, July 4, but If predic Fresh Water Fish on standard housing In that area.
law abiding citizens who wish to keep the tions are accurate, one person sion.All was. no There was no objection to the
right to protect their I family and property.The will die in traffic crashes every hunting and ( ) change.
criminals are determined to disarm three hours during that time. censes other than (
--
licenses, are sold by )
responsible Americans. Gun controls and
collectors their
tax or
l legislation now in effect are a first step in an effort to prevent as ized agents.
,
all
many accidents as possible DRIVE IN
towards total confiscation of all firearms. IT State Troopers will assigned License available to
you are interested in maintaining your rightto to patrol duty making extensiveuse men include the : Y
keep and bear arms as stated in the of aircraft spotters, unmarked wide Series combination AK-Resident Begins At Sundown

Constitution, please contact Mr. Sherrod patrol cars, radar., and fishing . ,
VASCAR speed computers.Last
Hamilton 436 N. Walnut, Starke 964-5830 Series AResidents SUN. MON. & TUES.
Mr. Don Pr. 1 Box wide Fishing .
or Champion 348. year there were 38 Series K Resident __,
Keystone Heights, 4733096. My friends, if fatalities during a long 4th of wide Hunting . .
we do not act now to preserve our Americanway July holiday period of 102 hours. Series I Resident iommuit [!!J
of life we will soon reach a point of Motorists are urged to use County . . ftusBanD/* HAllMARK Presentation Color bJ DtLuie' 0-
their safety belts at all times,
no return where no amount of effortor money drive at reasonable speeds,and than Series Home J County- Resident, An AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL Relent..*
will save these privileges which we now enjoy avlod alcoholic beverages while Series H Resident Flrul'T" they hove their hands Ml FRI., & SAT.
(paid adv.) It 6/28 driving. Resident for hunting
. In the office I

Archery Non-Resident Permit. .-. [ as IT'S TIMELY...
or
!\:
THE THRILL STORYOF
Series L> -
ATTENTION CONTRACTORS Annual Statewide
: TERRORIN
. Dead sg _
Series M ; i THE SKIES!
: CROWN CENTRAL LUMBERU.S. 10 day continuous f Dead
Hunting . . ;
Series C r _
301 South 964-7490 Statewide 14 day Dead ..
Fishing . ; KP
HAS A Series B -
Statewide Annual : of tht
. tripl* #
Series D tht .
Statewide 5 day .t
Fishing . ( i frit
tht
r No ) ) ( who

Smoteey Says l f'H

REMEMOEit'KERE ( ) f
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LUMBER & BUILDING SUPPLIES E64aES EWOODS IN ', -

PLUS aA lC:

Good Of
Quantity
BelMleODr'HHAMAItl, WWA1ION.Jit' OR L Gl
s "SuburbanWives"
ROUGH LUMBER For PLUS

Farm & Barn ConstructionHome GEORGE HAMILTON

Construction the9to5widows. a SUE LYON.

: EI/EL
FINISHED LUMBER .
?*-*. KNIEVEL
A HuuwMlo Him deduction, IN COLOR
Complete Inventory Help Prevent Forest I heckl nsatuledby Scota International Films troc I'R, \ UC1MC CI',
of Tallahassee,for reclasslfl- Croup snoop, I call it!" rl


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Keystone On Parade i I BAR-B-QUE I Boat Parade

I CHICKEN DINNER I On Lake Geneva
I
A CRAFT SHOW
A ARTS Club' I
; I Rotary I Sportsman ClubKeystoneWontan'sClub
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1 FIREWORKS 1973
EI

/ i DISPLAY Doners To Our Country D

it Slim's Fish 'n Stuff The Homestead Restaurant '
r' On Luke Geneva Henderson's Service Center The Village Hardware & H

.-' Garden Center i
Fire Melba Ilgen .,
Keystone DepL
I Keystone Barber Shop Rutledges

At Dark Ducky's Department Store Roy W. TyreManning

__ J Dr. & Mrs. P. K. Parsons Auto & Hardware. .'.1.11 1
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-- Fraser's Small Appliance RepairKeyst State Bank .I

LIVE MUSIC Keystone Heights Florist Cunningham Gulf
Fabrics Bell Electric Co. 1 "1 1t
Keystone
A t Keystone Beach Guaranty Federal R. T. Lovorn Realtor x

Station Rotary Club of Keystone Heights
On Lake Geneva Cargo "
John Brown's Mobile Homes Northern Propane Gas Co. I
W. Q. Dowling, Jr. Keystone Water Works Co. 1 / \ -I
'
Our Country Day Keystone Cleaners Andrews Drugs, Inc. d
Keystone Auto Parts Mayor & Lucille Starnes. :
AssociationCountry Keystone Heights Insurance Co. Keystone Egg Producers : '

S. E. McKay, Realtor Holiday Lounge 4'j,
Keystone Jewelry American Legion
.
( Gold) Redfearn's Appliance Keystone Lions Clubtike's .
Nursery clay Electric Co-op, Inc.
Al Watson's Food Store of J :
________________________________---- city Keystone HeightsRay's
Shell Service Charlie & Kitty McGlave

Decorations & Flags' ; Donated Hy American Legion: Mallard's 5 & 10 Store Keystone Golf & Country C1ub :
T. V. Service Center The Lakes ClubDonna



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Printer Is A Extinct Breed t
Tramp n n ': ,USI16B'S1: :


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Due To Modern Typesetting EquipmentThe : .1.1c4tp; *': ;1? I r: EXPRESSES" THANKS. I



Telegraph will soon be weekly newspaper in those paper, where the two other peculiar type of Individual r. June 25, 1973
Installing electronic equip- days consisted of only four pages were printed In the known as "the tramp printer "Pis k, 1 1a
ment to set type which will pages and sometimes two of local shop. ," and without his help a'f w Dear Editor::

literally spew out hundreds those were "ready print"-- Of course, the pre-printed (though sometimes he was a We would like to publicly
of words per minute a far pages contained no local news, hindrance because of his liq i R thank the members of the

cry from the early years of but consisted of recipes Sunday uor-drinking habits) It Is i Starke City Council for show-
The Telegraph starting In SchoollessOl1s. sermons doubtful that some small town 4. i Ing their confidence and trustIn
M
1879 when each letter In each e short stories news items publishers could hair gotten me by appointing me as Act-
word that appeared In the I l from far-away places and their papers Into the heands Ing Chief of Police upon the

paper had to be set by hand. patent medicine ads. But it of waiting subscribers.The resignation of Police Chief

What's more after the paper ;, was reading matter, nonetheless Ken Fuqua. I hope to work
advent of modern machinery -
was printed each letter had with the Council to
and probably filled closely
to be returned by hand to its a void when reading material offset printing-- and particularly process the by 1 1 I'fir obtain the type of Law En-

type case-- a laborious and was scarce in small towns forcement the citizens of
which most newspapers Including )
Ili
time-consuming task. with few residents subscribing The Telegraph, are IIlI Starke deserve.To .

to dally newspapers, or printed these d.ysspelled, and the
Council
One cannot help but won- both the
der how the staff ever got that Is they were pre-printed magazines such as we know the doom of the tramp printer citizens of Starke, please

out a paper under those conditions In a central printing plantIn them today. who moved from town 'fm t IIIa. feel free to drop by the
Ir I 1 1 i iii
it should be Atlanta or some other city The printing needs of those to town as his wanderlust dictated h III 1 I ( i I 14h., :i r t office time wltnyour com
but remembered
-- that the average/ and shipped to the hometown early days gave rise to a has ,been and around none of for his almost breed 0 j, ui iigl;;;;!! +'IIIlilll! 16 i1, IIIIC', I Illli! IIIIIIiI! ( { II111111 ''I fiNlllllilll, lf Ila .....''iilllllllllliillllll; ;113x'YWUYyJ.V ; plaints questions any and and answers.compliments,

half a century. He Is now as h..rr -t tOne
extinct as the legendary do-do Sincerely,

bird. Bill Chambers
etriTOTUALS
The typographical tramp

could always be told from NOTICE

pencil vendors, patent med-
aI icine peddlers umbrella menders The Telegraph received two

and other "Wandering letters this week which are

WUlies" of that bygone era, of the early homes in Stark that looks today much the same as it did not carried In this Issue be- I
by his Jerky and unstable styled cause the names signed to
What Is "So Wrong" walking. This resulted of in this old photograph is the Comer L. Peek residence on W. Madison Street, them and the addresses given !

course, from his habit of E.K. of the Peek could not be checked out.Neither i
now owned and occupied by Mrs. Perryman, one daughters.The I
standing In front of a type could listings for these

represent what the people need to case and swinging his right names be found In the tele-

After hearing weeks of tes- know if they are to vote for their arm like a fiddler crab (picking Colonial type home was built high off the ground, as was the fashionIn phone directory or on city utility -
timony before the Senate investi- the type letters out of lists. If these persons
administrators
representatives and those days and was one of the most Imposing of the early Stork Homes.Jimmy .
gating committee, including for- and to oversee the govern- the case), while his left arm will call at our offices and
mer White Mouse counsel John was held close to his side Identify themselves, we will
Dean's lengthy statement Monday ment conducted in their name. to hold the "stick," a short be glad to publish their let-

metal holder In which the ters.
giving intricate details of the com- already -
there are still On the basis of testimony letters were deposited until .. .....,. ....... ......... ,., ., ,... .. .. .. ....... .,. ..... ,...,... ,...,. .." .,." ...n
plex conspiracy, heard, there appears to be no they made several lines of a 'Xl"' '

those who take an indifferent at- doubt that members of the Nixon column of reading matter. County: Agent NotebookBy

tidue toward the Watergate crim- administration attempted to take

inal acts, asking what actuallywas the constitutional right, set He could also be told from za -
"so wrong" about it, and away the odor emanating from him,
forth almost 200 years ago, to makean which was not exactly that of
why is it considered so bad? assessment of the
intelligent divine essence being morea
.,
candidates and a subsequent free combination of stale tobacco '- BOBBY r

With Independence Day less and honest choice of the highest smoke, printers Ink, Old P '

than a week away, perhaps this office in the land: the presidency. Crow and the complete absence TAYLOR f r

answered in terms ? of soap. _-.
is best be
question Could anything more wrong ......... ... ,.." .. ".. ... ," .. .... ",.. ,.. .. JZm:
of what was done, or attenptedto To hear him talk the tramp

be done, to violate the most cher- In addition to that, a former must have been never
printer We fortunate to have work-
are
ished right of Americancitizensthe member of the Administration,who less than 100 years old for "When It rains It pours" is Ing advisory committees In all
a slogan that has been arounda
right to free elections.One had a specially good insight into he always bragged on having long time. areas who know our capabIli-

what was going on, has pointed to worked at the side of such ties and help us determine our

of the best answers to another obvious evil in the Water- journalistic greats as Horace ; This has literally been hap- program emphasis
Greeley and Henry Watterson. fie pening around our County almost -
the "so what? attitude has been gate conspiracy: _
Usually his only visible pos- all spring. Bad weather
provided by Archibald MacLeish, -S-eaeSFORESTRY-
session was a string of ma- I conditions have hampered
a well known writer who also "What the public should reallybe nila fibre that no foreman production of gardens and a

had considerable experience in concerned about is how close could stretch. It was full of number of our field crops like

Government. These are his words: this Administration came to getting knots, each one marking the tobacco and watermelons. IN BRADFORD COUNTY

away with Watergate the length of 1,000 ems of type
being Fresh produce Is not avail-
which was the measure
have been wellconceivedand
"For months
we cover-up was so used when he got a job "set- able locally like It has beenIn
preparing to celebrate the bicen- so beautifully coordinated that ting by the thousand." recent years. Roadside Cy JohnO'Meera

tennial of the reestablishment on U\ almost succeeded."If stands are just about: non

this continent of the first greatselfgoverning Setting type by hand was existent. Most folks have pro-

people in history.And it had not been for Judge slow work, and the tramp duced only enough for them .
had time to think and selves and their -
neighbors.This
now, on the eve of that cele- Sirica; if McCord had not talked; printer while
reflect on the matter situation Is happeningwhen
bration we discover that a con- if an alert night watchman had of Annual Forestry
composing a stick type.; there is a lot of talk about The 39th
spiracy, ripening among officialsand not noticed a taped door lock Spelling out controversial political high food prices. Training Camp will be held

functionaries of the republicover all of this might have been bottledup articles, frivolous again this year at O'LenoState

the same period of time, forever. What people shouldbe squibs by so-called wits liquor The majority of the general Park in Columbia County -

appears to have been a conspiracy thinking about is this: If the ads and temperance public thinks the farmer Is to FFA members from

to undermine precisely the executive was able to come this mons, scientific notes andcountry Alvarez On FFA blame for these higher food Bradford County and other
correspondence prices and Is making a kill- surrounding counties will be
institution and practices of self- close this time on a major invasionof caused such a mumbojumboIn Tour Of European Fartns Ing because he is receivingmore attending. The camp will

government."To their rights what might some his head that his brain gross Income for his have two sessions, the first

other administration do? That is became warped and his judge- products. However,he Is actu- during the week of July 7th

govern themselves pro- the real lesson of Watergate. ment crooked as corkscrew.. ally making less for his efforts and the second the weekof

perly, a people need to know All this, together with reg- Jimmy Alvarez (left), Brad- Prior to leaving on the tour now than he was makinga July 15th.
the ular hangovers made him ford FFA Chapter member and Alvarez attended a three-day year ago because his costs
and this ( Watergate), as we see
confessionby It is a lesson that should be cranky and as cross as a former State FFA president, orientation program conducted have risen more In proportionthan Camp O'Leno is knownas
more and more clearly, given much soul-searching study in sore-headed bear. discusses farm life in Eng- in Alexandria. Va by the his income. 1 mentionedlast the oldest and largest

confession, explanation by explanation the few days remaining before the land and Scotland with L. V. National FFA organization for week that our poultry Forestry Training Camp in
has been a conspiracyto Agricultural in the Work Ex. less the nation FFA boys par-
celebration of nation's inde- Rev. P. W. Corr, a Baptist McEwan, First Secretary participants growers are getting now
keep the people from knowing our minister who published and Commercial perience Abroad program. than they were last year. ticipate in forest field events,

to' corrupt and distort and mis- pendence. one of the early Starke newspapers for the British Embassy in They met with embassy representatives athletic activities, and receive
In competition to The Washington, D. C. of the countries Serving on our overall Ex- class Instruction in fundamental -

Telegraph was a very pious they will visit this summer, tension Advisory Committeethis forestry principles.The .
I No One Is ExemptPresident man but even he had to discharge Alvarez was one of 34 FFA and underwent an orientation year are E D. Allen of three of the
a tramp printer once members chosen In the U.S. program. While on the tour Hampton, Foster Shi Smith of sponsors
the grounds that the man to spend the summer as exchange they will live and work with Starke, A R. Gaskins of Law. camp again this year will
Nixon's good friend, which actually went for securityat on was a religious fanatic and students in a "Work host families, observing and tey Mrs. Lola Johnson of be the Vocational Agriculture

evangelist Billy Graham, now con- the mansions, were justified Impossible to get along with. Experience A b oa rd" pro- using their agricultural methods Starke, Mrs. Robert Lee of Chapters, Forest Indus try,and
the Florida Division of For-
ducting a crusade in Atlanta, has perhaps but it is hard to reconcile Among other foibles, this man gram. He will spend three as they learn thehlstory, Lawtey, Mrs Thelma Green
under the name of "se- refused to correct errors months in England and Scot culture, traditions, and life Starke, Paul Emery of estry.
of moralethat
the low
state
deplored and will travel to Frank- cf the various
land styles coun- Brooker and Albert of
"
Tyson
curity, many of the items of expense marked on the proofs. The knowledge the boys
made possible the tragedy of furt, Germany in September tries on the tour. Starke. This committee met
obtain during the week of
Wadergate.The which included $76,000 for "Let us not try to be perfect where he will join other Before returning home in last week and reviewed our training will
undoubtedly help
landscaping the grounds, and a for a con-
." he admonished. "If we exchange students September, Alvarez will attend past programs. They were them become successful forest -
same reasoning might be sprinkler system at San Clemente; do, we'll soon get to thinkingwe ference, followed by an agri a conference in Washing. very interested and helpful In managers on the agri-
$3,200 for tiling a roof; $13,500for cultural tour of Czechoslovakia D,C, for evaluation of
applied to other recent happenings are perfect, sure enough, ton helping us plan programs for cultural land they may some-
new heaters $2,800 for a proudand Austria Italy, Switzer- various agricultural methods this
for instance, the concealed expense ; and thus become coming year day be responsible for.
of President swimming pool heater; $2,400for a Is one of the seven land, and Germany.fffffftAVffffffffffffffffffffSffffffK. observed during the summer. We are fortunate to have

refurnishing septic tank; $6,400 for a beach deadly sins, you know." good committees for our agriculture .e.
__
Nixon's villas at San Clemente, cabana; and $184,174forelectrical :: : : : : :::::: : ::: : : : ::::,:::::::::::.:::.:.:.:.;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::::::::::.:.:::::::.:.::::::::::::::::::: commodity areas ,
California, and Key Biscayne, work. The tramp seldom claimedto Home Economics and 4H. I Florida's 67 counties have
Florida at a cost of $1,300,000 in be an all-around printer will report on their activitiesand almost 26 million acres of

public funds. for If he did. he might be What finally became of the State Vp contributions to our pro- state and privately owned
The manner in which Mr. put to feeding cylinder pressat tramp printer-- what causedhis gram In later articles. forest and wild land, all of

Nixon acquired these properties in times, and that he could tribe to dwindle and then whch are protected from

When questions were raised the first place had certain unsavory not stand. Feeding the big play out entirely, will never Will Address It Is indicated nationally that wildfire and by the Florida

about these expenditures several overtones that leave many ques- cylinder turning over and over be entirely known. Perhapshis many livestock producers are Division of Forestry. During

weeks ago, the White House said tions unanswered, but these latest under his nose, made rugged Individualism was sending breeding animals to 1972 only .37 per cent of

that the Government hadspent$39, disclosures show that he has per- his booze-befogged head dizzy incapable of conforming tothe Local ElksEarl slaughter because of the higher this protected acreage burned -

000 at the California spread for mitted things done on his private ; and feeding paper with colorless routine of the prices for feed. They are 84 per cent of these

security purposes. Now, the Gen- one hand, while holding onto machine age. Or perhaps his cutting back production be- wildfires were mancausedand
whileat
property at public expense,
the press with the other to too O. Irvin, vice-president the remaining 16 per
eral Services Administration unwashed presence was cause costs are exceeding income -
saysit the same time opposing an increase Into the Florida North East District caused lightning.
keep from falling out of keeping with the orderly )f the It has been said that cent were by
spent $703,367 on Improvementsat in social security benefits, gears, was too dangerous an interior of the modern will be the guest of honorat the farmer Is the only businessman
San Clemente, and $579,907 for and publicly deploring those who occupation, even for a tramp print shop. Perhaps the new the regular I meeting of that could lose money C. .

improvements at Key Biscayne. accept welfare funds they are not printer. So he usually claimedto era of efficiency simply left Starke's Elks Lodge No. 1802 every year and still stay In You might think that only

It had even been planned to enlarge entitled to.Evangelist. be a"two thirder," a status him no dark corner in whichto Monday evening, July 2. business. This isn't the case people are eccentric. But

the beach at Mr. Nixon's not well defined, but very hide his bottle of Old Crow Irvin will be the principle anymore because of the tremendous the world of trees is twiceas

Florida property by a questionable Graham's remarks convenient for avoiding cer- behind a box .mouldering_ speaker of the evening and this Investment necessary full of "characters."

dredge and fill operation, but about morality should certainly be tain undesirable jobs. patent medicine electrotypes.ly topic will be this year's pro. farming and operations the complexity of our Recently, a forester was

this was abandoned after a protestby heeded, and it should be remem- Having terminated his job grams of the Florida State Elks .today. called to examine a strange
welcomed by harried print Association, as formulated by
environmentalists.Some bered that they apply equally to In a town and received his ers with open armsfor State President Alvin Ehlishof Your Bradford County Extension tree growing in Osceol County. -

everyone from the lowest to the pay, the tramp would get a they could do no better. Many Orlando.Of Service is proud of the Almost eerily, like a
clean shave and perhaps
a
Christmas
of the highest in the land. small In those days programs being conducted In tree In the middleof
expenditures papers
haircut, to last him until his special interest to the Agriculturehomeeconomics Spring, It stands white
next job. The length of the could not have eked out an local members will be his report without a speck of ,
green
existence without his cheap and 4H. We take pride inthatwe
rQRlpq bristles on his chin was a the Elks Harry-Anna
on but with a bright pink trunk
try to meet the needs and
labor. And traveling around
fair Indication of just Children's Hospital at
pretty
; Crippled
and pink tipped leaves.The
wishes of the
and people
ideas me- we serve.
how long he'd been out of picking up new Eustis and other related Elk tree could only be Identifiedas
BRADFORD co work. In applying for a job thods of printing, which he services for the physically i an albino Australian pine.
it was a matter of complete: generously shared with each handicapped children of the 1h Od1nw' What Is so odd about an
4p Indifference to him whetherhe new employer he disseminated State of Florida. The Harry- albino tree? Well If you'llrecall
ACTIVE (lCil p4I was employed or not. It knowledge of the craft and Anna Hospital is owned and ', your botany, trees

N MtAtetr yj no work was available, he its most recent developments. operated by the Florida State have only one supply of food

I 4 would Mt the editor for a quarter the Elks Association, of which I and that is the chlorophyllthey
OCR the
rots each of the other printersfor Whatever cause Starke Elks Lodge is a member. manufacture In their
I JOHN M. MILLER tramp printer Is gone for
BOB G. FERGUSON
g7iot4 a dime the "printer'sdevil" with the ModelT The local 1 Elks Lodge is green leaves.
Publishers ( boy of all jobs) good along
young actively supporting these crip- I
r Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, for a nickel "borrow" a bundle and the five-cent cigar. pled children's projects /l 11j/ rP t Evidently this little tree
would be a pleasant sur-
Fla. under Act of March 3. 1879. of exchange papers (to It flnanlcally by contributing its Is a root sprout living off
[ sleep on, presumably), and prise if we should come a- share to the annual operating "It doesn't do! much good: the surrounding trees. Like
16 six months.
r' Subscription rate in trade area: per year: 13.30 cross one some day properly -
g& on his way rejoicing which totaled other Saprophytes it existson
expenses, over best foot forward ,
to
Outside trade area: 17 per year: 14.00 six months. Starke, Fla. labeled and fittingly pre- put your
Phone 964-6305 Yet, with all his faults the served In alcohol In some $520,000 last year and, also by J If you are drugging: lie In borrowed food, and is
Individual donations to the some respects
a panhandler
tramp printer was frequent- thoughtful museum. oilier one
Harry-Anna Trust Fund. -- or overgrown baby I




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Legal Notices CLASSllPll:: ; ( g'I :"w.:u" t'H


In the Circuit Court of the In the Circuit Court of The Court of Bradford County thereafter. Otherwise, a
will be entered againstyou i .,
Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida Eighth Judicial Clrcultof Florida Florida In the Eighth Judi- default >>. /

In and For Bradford In and For Bradford cial Circuit of said Stateat for the relief demandedIn j.......:.;"" .......:;.:... ,;;;;M''''' ''''''_- ''--_''''''''" .
County Case No. 73-134 County. Case No. 73143IN the Court House in STARKE the Petition. t'ORSALE-:: 11 peep ere. $2
the 18th day witness my hand and official Call A.B.White-
IN RE: The Marriage of RE: The Marriage of Florida, on Bu. you pick.
IRENE KNOWLES Petitioner BELVA EICHOLTZ, Petitioner of July, 1973, at 10:00: o'clocka.m. seal of this Court AD RATES HOUSE PAINTINGFree es- head Jr. 964.5630 after 5

and JAMES ,KNOWLES- and ROY EICHOLTZ, Re- ., and show cause why this 31 day of May, A.D. CLASSIFIED WANTEDUsed furniture:,refrigerators timate. Call A. J. Newman p.m. lip
Deadline for Insertion Tuesday washers. -'Dahmer
the prayers of the complaintfiled 1973. after 5 p.m. Ph. 9645559.4tp .

Respondent.NOTICE OF SUIT spondent.NOTICE OF SUIT In the above-entitled Clerk of Circuit Court Noon preceding Thursday 8 Discount House tfchg 7/5 FOR SALETwo Male AKC

TO JAMES KNOWLES Residence TO: Roy Eicholtz, Route 1 I. proceeding should not be Bradford County, FloridaBY before publication. Registered German Shepherd
: ,
Unknown. Box 90, Creston, Ohio. granted, and the Utility Re- : Donna M. Branson Minimum Charge 2.00 MOBILE home moving. Also r osr. puppies 12 weeks. Call after

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- venue Bonds, Series 1973, Deputy Clerk (Covers 15 Words) mobile home hurricane anchoring five. 7823956. Up

FIED that an action for dis- FIED that an action for Dissolution therein described and the 6/21 4t 7/12 Each word over 35 lOt & mobile home roof t FOR SALE 1
heretofore had coating. Olin's Mobile Home
solution of marriage has been of Marriage has been proceedings All Classified Ads must be FOR SALEButter beans, $4
and authorizing the issuance Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W.
filed are
against you you them. Phone
and You
filed against you you are NOTICETo paid for in advance unless bushel. pick
and Starke Fla.
of required to serve a copy of thereof validated confirmed tfchg
required to serve a copy whom it concern: have established aceHunt 9647345. Up
may
Revenue you
said Utility
your written defenses, If any, ,
your written defenses If any, SHAW AND KOPE- Bends Series 1973, being I will not be responsiblefor with the Telegraph, in
to it THOMASREALTORFred
on NOW
to It on SHAW I AND KOPE- debts.- WE HAVE diamond n.v A.J. FOR SALERipe tomatoes.
LOUSOS, Attorneys for Petitioner dated July I, 1973, bearing Irene Mobley's that event 30* extra chargefor Sackett-Associate
LOUSOS, Attorneys for Petitioner dies for any make or model Gene Clemons, Morgan Rd.
whose address Is 142 whose address Is Interest at a rate or rates (Signed) W.L. Mobley. billing. Not responsible( storeo player.Dahmer'a 964-5701 Mites 468-1753 next to 301. Phone 964-8228.

West Call Street P. 0. Box 142 West Call St., P. O. Box not exceeding the maximum 2tp 7/5 for errors when given over Discount House. tfchg 2tchg 6/28

1086, Starke, Florida 32091, 1086, Starke, Fla. 32091 and legal rate at the time of the phone or when copy is 4 BR 2 Bath,Cent AIr,Lawtey

and file the original with the file the original with the Clerk; the sale thereof, aggregatingthe In The Circuit Court Eighth not typed and brought to WANTED-One or two acres

Clerk of the abovestyledCourt of the above-styled Court on principal amount of $1, Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn the off icy. high land for building. Phone 4 BR, 2 Bath, Cent Air,Starke AKC SHETLAND Sheep Dogs

on or before July 16, or before July 18, 1973,other- 800,000, being In the denomi- and For Bradford County 964-6688 or 4311000. Up (miniature Collies); puppies
b nation of $5,000 each, and ACTION also sable and
otherwise judgmentmay wise a judgement may entered CIVIL occasionally
1973 a
be entered against you against you for the relief maturing in annual install- Case No. I 3 BR, 1 Bath Fenced 10 Acres white stud service...SHI-

for the relief demanded in demanded In the Com- ments In the years 1975 J. T. BASS Plaintiffvs- MISCELLANEOUSu.s. LICENSED electrician and JEA Kennels 9648878.

the Complaint. plaint. to 2002, both Inclusive, a ETHEL E. BASS Defendant, sub-contractor, all types 2 Large Frame Houses Starke 4tp 7/12

WITNESS my hand and the WITNESS my hand and the more complete descriptionof NOTICE OF SUIT. home remodeling work. Also

seal of said Court on the seal of said Court on the which said Utility Revenue NO PROPERTYTo welding. Speedy service. 964- 4 BR 2 Bath, 11/2 Acres

11th day of June, 1973. 5th day of June 1973 Bonds, Series 1973, is contained : Ethel E. Bass. 2143 COAST GUARD offers 8087. 5tp 75J. Starke. FOR SALE2yr.. old Welsh
In the complaint here- Road A Servicefor stallion broken. $85. Call
Dorchester Apt. ,
Regular
Clerkof or
Reserve
Gilbert S. Brown, as Gilbert S. Brown, As
South Ca. and Wo- PARRISH 24 Acres on US-30I in Lawtey 964.8361 or 9648346. Itchg
Charleston Heights Men T. land clear-
Said Court Clerk of Said Court in.Done and orderedat rolina. qualifited Travel and fill : .............................
Education Ing, dirt septic tanks.
Deputy
By: Beulah M. Moody, By: Donna M. Branson, men.
Clerk STARKE, Florida, this YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI Adventure. Good Pay, Fringe Phone 496-8055, Lake But FOR SALE-AKC Registered FOR SALE. 2 Waldo lots

FIRST PUBLICATION: June DeptDeputy Clerk 13th day of June, 1973. FlED that an action for Divorce Benefits. Call Collect-- (904) ler. 4tp 7/5 Cocker Spaniel Puppies. Ph. perk approved and septic permit .
Elzle Sanders has been filed againstyou 791-2702. 2tp 6/28 964-7487 after 5. Starke,Flo. obtained. Phone 964.6688
14 1973 FIRST PUBLICATION: June
6/14 Judge of the Circuit Courtof and you are required to rida. lip or 431-1000. Itp
4t 7/5 14. 1973 REDUCE safe & fast with
6/14 the Eight Judicial Cir- serve a copy of your written
4t 7/5 rids GoBese Tablets&EVap"water -
not
Lustre only
cuit of Florida, in and defenses if any to It, on BLUE FOR SALEQuality furniture
soil but leaves pills. Andrews Phar- water
carpets of FOR SALE- large
for Bradford County. the plaintiff's attorney whose Sold our home and are
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR pile soft and lofty. Rent e- macy. 5tp 712ELECTRICAL cheap. front lots on Hampton Lake.F. .
DEED In The Circuit Court Eighth 6/21 4t 7/12 name and address is Hon. going to buy furnished Mobile
TAX
Judicial Circuit In and For > George H. Pierce 203 Tem lectric shampooer $1. Dev- home. Vernon Olin. 9648746. Register 964-5888 or 964-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- Bradford County, Florida. pIe Avenue Starke Florida rick Inc., 301 E. Call St., WIRING and 8771. tfchg

EN, that N. R. McLeod, the Case No. In The Circuit Court Eighth and file the original with the 9646163. troubleshooting. Specializing IIP

holder of the following cer- In re: Petition for Adopt- Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn clerk of the above styled courton ............................. In 3-phase motors and con- FOR SALE1963 2-ton GMC
has filed said certificates -
tificates for a tax deed to ion for BOBBY LANE Mc- and For Bradford County or before July 23 1973; 13, 1973.GILBERT trols of 208V to 4160V. D.C. GARAGE SALE408 LauraSt. with watermelon body & pulp-
9
be issued thereon. The cer- LEOD CIVIL ACTION otherwise a judgement may S BROWN motors, solid state D.C. Pow- Thursday and Friday. wood rack, $1,250. 1950 1 1/2

numbers and NOTICETO Case No. 73138In be entered against you for As Clerk of said Court er supplies and automatic to 5. Up ton Chev. with pulpwood rack,

tificate yearsof : STEVE BUNCHE, address re: The Marriage of the relief demanded In the By: Beulah M. MoodyAs speed controls. Contact PaulI. $800. One utility trailer frame
issuance, the descriptionof unknown. CLAUDE B. HARDEE.[ hus- complaint or petition. Deputy Clerk FOR SALEAntiques.. Phone J. Wilson 964-
and the Meng, Star Rt., Hampton, $125.Carl ,
the property, names You are notified that the band & MARGARET R. HAR WITNESS my hand and the (Court Seal) Phone 468-1056 Up 17/12 964-8160 or 7823319. Itchg. 6691. 4tp 7/5
in which it was assessed are
above named petitioner, DEE, wife. seal of said Court on June 6/28 4t 7/19
as follows: BOBBY LANE McLEOD, has NOTICE OF SUIT- .
-
Certificate No. 13. Year of
filed a Petition In the above- NO PROPERTYYOU
Issuance 1971.Description. styled Court for the adopt- ARE HEREBY NOTI-
of Property
ion of the minor child namedIn FIED that an action for dis-
Beg at NE Cor of NE I/* that Petition and you are solution of marriage has been Bon usBuv flEveryDayLowPriccj
of NW 1/4 and run SWly 339 MARGARETR.
filed against
commanded to
serve a copy you
1/2 Ft for FOB SWly 210 Ft,
written If HARDEE and are required -
of defenses you
W 210 Ft NEly 210 Ft, Ely your LIBBY'SPORK
,
T7S any, on Dudley P. Hardy, 1'e- to serve a copy of SLICED 1/4
28
210 Ft to POB Sec -
titioner's attorney, whose address your written defenses, if any FAIR

R-21 is P. O. Drawer 730, to it, on the plaintiffs attorney LOINCHOPS PORKBEANS 6rrrlrnr
assessed
Name in which :
Starke, Florida, 32091, on or whose name and address -
Est.
Mrs. Kate Morgan before August 1, 1973, and Is DUDLEY P. HARDY -

All of said property beingIn file the original with the Clerkof Esq., Attorney at Law, SUPERMARKETS
'
the County of Bradford, /H.nur
this Court either before P. O. Drawer 730, Starke, STARK ES
State of Florida. service on Petitioner's attor- Florida, 32091 and file the

Unless such certificate or ney or Immediately thereafter original with the clerk of the DEEP BROWN-IN TOMATO SAUCE 320 S. WALNUT ST.

certificates according shall to law be redeemed the pro-- ; otherwise a Default may above styled court on or before ..... A w ,, ,Hooo t Day.a .
be entered against you for the July 31, 1973: otherwisea .FOOD FAIH WIIK .uun, OOOD THflU

perty described or certificates In such certificate will- relief demanded in the Pe- judgement may be entered OuAtnvI.J.K0IK 8 g C 21 oz /$1 win,,a-q ju.eeee..Go I. QUANtItY

be sold to the highest bidderat tition. against you for the relief demanded 'wi ut plated/ KCapt/
WITNESS my hand and the STAMP
the court house door on In the complaint or LB CANS U.S.D.H FOOD
Starke
seal of the Court at ,
Monday in Month of July, 1973, petition. COUPONSeAGAR'S
Florida this 14th day of June,
which Is th 16th day of Julyat WITNESS! my hand and the

11:00 A.M., 1973. 1973. Clerk of Circuit Court seal of said Court on June I CENTER CUT BONELESSFULLCUT
Dated this 7th day of June, I
By Donna M.Branson 14, 1973. d! ;
1973. Deputy Clerk Gilbert S. BrownAs SIRLOINSTEAKS
Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk ROUND
6/21 4t 7/12 Clerk of Said Court LAST | i
Beulah M. Moody
By By Donna M. BransonAs HAMS ALL |
Court of
Clerk of Circuit
Deputy Clerk NO WASTE |
Bradford County, Florida In The Circuit Court Eighth ) i STEAKS
6/14 4t 7/5 6/21r4t
Judicial Circuit of Florida, 7/12

In and For Bradforllounty; ; $3.49 I 1

NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR CIVIL ACTION 3 LB CAN 1 .., _
TAX DEED Case No. 73163In In The Circuit Court Eighth

Sec. 194.16, F.S. re:The Marriage of EARL Judicial Circuit In And For $159 $149
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NOTICE IS I[EREBY GIVEN, WALKER, JR., Husband and Bradford County File, FloridaIn No. 73157IN 5 LB CAN $549 i _I I / I OLS.I CHOICE ( !

that Alice Hamilton, the hold- BRIGITTE K. WALKER, Wife Probate
RE: Estate Of ALICEM.
OF SUIT-
NOTICE
er of the following certificateshas NO PROPERTYTo DWYER, deceased. EveryDayLowPrke M. EveryDayLowPrkeCENTER Every DayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke
filed said certificates fora WALKER NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo EveryDayLowPrke
: BRIGITTE K. WEDGIES Of MILD
deed be issued thereon. And Persons CUTCHUCK Pantry Prid
tax to 1 Blelch- All Creditors Sliced
6369 Schoveck ,
The certificate numbersand Having Claims Or De- CHUCK SKINLESSFRANKS DAISYCHEESE
3 West Germany.
str. ,
years of Issuance, the YOU ARE IIEREBY NOTI- mands Against Said Estate: Cooked

description of the property,, FIED that an action for dis- You and each of you STEAKS

and the names In which it was solution of marriage has been are hereby notified and required ,11AM,
assessed are as follows: to claims
BRIGITTEK. present any 69
filed against you ot: SI.49
Certificate No. 31. Year of WALKER and you are required and demands which you, or n h-a ILt1Rd Pkg

Issuance 1971.Description. to serve a copy of either of you, may have

1/4 of NE 1/4 of Of Property SW 1/4:!NW Ex your It written the plaintiffs defenses attor-If any M.against Dwyer the, estate deceased of, Alice late FARMBEST ; VLASIC KOSHER ; :

R/W Lying[ E of KIngsley Rd to ,whose on name and addressIs of said County, to the Pre- < innur] 1 SOFTnrm: [

Sec: 25,T-5-S, R-22. ney,DUDLEY P. HARDY, Esquire siding Circuit Judge of Brad- [tit mm I ; PICKLECHIPS ; '"
Name in which assessed: Florida at his
Attorney at Law, P.O. ford County, DIXIE 1 1
Willie Strong.All Drawer 730, Starke, Florida office In the court houseof DRINKS
of said property beingIn at Starke
said County ,
32091 and file the original
,
the County of Bradford, Florida within six calendar
DOODLES
with the clerk of the above ASSORTED VARIETIES
State of Florida. months from the time of ;
before July
styled court on or
Unless such certificate or 31 1973 otherwise a judge- the first publication of this rrnrrlr I
certificates shall be redeemed ; notice. Two copies of each /l/smin
be entered againstyou
according to law the pro- ment may relief demandedIn claim or demand shall be 280Z 6/$1
for the
perty described In such cer- the complaint or petition. in writing and shall state PKG 2/$1 46oz 59 I BTL

tificate or certificates will WITNESS hand and the the place of residence and

be sold to the highest bid- seal of said my Court on June post office address of the 0F12 JAR
der at the court house dooron claimant, and shall be swornto

Monday In Month of July, 14, 1973. the claimant his agentor _
Gilbert S. BrownAs by EveryDayLowPrke B EveryDayLowPrkecms _
BonusBuy _
_
_
1973 which is the 16th EveryDayLowPrkeSWIIT
day Clerk of said Court attorney, and accompaniedby _EveryDayLowPrke__ m
*CILLO wit*' JUNE BOY FRESH
of July at 11:00: AM, 1973.! By Donna M. BransonAs a filing fee of one dollar ft MIUOW U.S. NO. 1 FANCY LUSCIOUS RED
Dated this 7th day of June, Deputy Clerk and such claim or demandnot FRESH KOSHERDILLS
Golden RipeBANANAS YELLOWCORN NorthwestCHERRIES
1973. ) so filed shall be void.
Seal
(Court
Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Edmund W. Dwyer, Jr'; CARROTS
By Beulah M. Moody 6/21 4t 712In Administrator of the Estate -

Clerk of Circuit Court of of Alice M. Dwyer, HALF

Bradford County, Florida. The Circuit Court Of The deceased. GALLONHUNT'S

6/14 4t 7/5 Eighth Judicial Circuit Of Myron C. Prevatt Attorneyat

Florida, In And For Brad- Law, P.O. Box 666 Key-

NOTICE ford County. stone Heights, Florida 32- SEVEN PET RITZ

Mrs. W. B. Conerly and CITY OF STARKE.' FLORIDA 656, Attorney for the Estate SEAS SALAD j

Mr. Wilson B. Conerly have Plaintiff, vs. THE 6214t712 ; CREAMPIES

made Application to the Brad- STATE OF FLORIDA, et i
DRESSINGS :
ford County Zoning Board for al.order Defendants. In The Circuit Court Of
reclassification of the pro- To Show CauseTo Judicial Cir- KETCHUP I
Florida Eighth VIVA ITALIAN. CREAMY FRENCH. ASSORTED
The State Of Florida ;
perty described below from In And For Bradford VARIETIES
cuit
And The Several Property CREAMY ITALIAN & CREAMY RUSSIAN ;
EA to Rl-A: County. Case Number: 73-147 1

Sec. 8-6s-22E, Beg. SE Cor Owners And Others, Taxpayers Having Or, Citizens Claim- IN RE: Petition of GRADY 32ozO i /r/: ,::I ; FROZEN
GOSNELL.NOTICE! .
of SW 1/4 of SW 1/4, W. 205.- ing Any Right Title Or Interest W. OF ADOPTION PROCEEDING 48 < I 80z 4/l I 14OZ 4/l
60', \NN' 341.32, t.:: 713.2to\ In Property To Be r/r/irwr

W.W R R/W/Wt I of 365.35 Hwy, 16 W SEly 606.65'to on Affected The City By Of The Starke IssuanceBy Florida TO: Reubln L. Holt, Residence BTL. i B T LS |I' PKGEveryDayLowPrke 'llrrf/fu/ :

POB; 5.97 am/1 Sec. 17- Of $1,800,000 Utility YOU ARE Unknown.HEREBY NOTIFIED _

6s-22E, NW 1/4 of NW.;1/4. Revenue Bonds, Series 1973, that the above name EveryDayLowPrkeCASTLEBEMRY EveryDayLowPrkeVLASIC BonusBuy BonusBuy

40-A: Sec. 18-6s-22E, NE 1/4 Hereinafter More Particu- GOS
GRADY W.
Described Or To Be Petitioner, KRAFT Party Flak* HOT DOC ox .
of NE 1/4, 40-A. lary Petitionin HOT DOG *rRELISH .LK>
This change in classification Affected In Any Way Thereby: NELL, has above filed styled a Court BAR.BQUESAUCE HOT DOG HAMBURGER?:
the
Is subject to a public The State Of Florida, for the adoption of the minor DROLLS $8 ROLLS
through the State Attorneyof CHILI
hearing to be held on Tues- children named In that Petition -
day June 26, at 7:30 P.M. the Eighth Judicial Cir-
: commandedto
In the County Commissionroom cuit of said State, and the serve, and you a copy are of written ii 1 O.Sox A I Y4 3/89< 2/49

at the Bradford County several property owners,tax- defense If any, to P. AUSE CAN _ _ _
Court House at which time payers, citizens and others
all persons Interested shall having or claiming any right BROWN, JR., Attorney for

be heard for or against the title or Interest in propertyto Petitioner, Post Office Box
be affected by the Issuanceby 13502, 15 Northwest Second --------------r-- I* ryO.yt **Pric* tv.ryO.YIou/Prk./ % 'EMtrytaylowPlW.nlf 1'ivtrytayLowPila% MrY .YL .Nkf .

proposal, as specified In the the City of Starke, Florida, Street Gainesville, Florida, Pantry rroe.3/s1 LIBBY'S '
Zoning Code of Bradford of the Utility Revenue Bonds, on or before the 15 day SHOP EARLY FOR YOUR HOLIDAY NEEDS! AUUMINYAI:. : Pride WHIP DRINKS POUND

County.John Series 1973, hereinafter more of July, 1973, and file the WE WILL BE i B3FOIL NAPKINS TOPPINGr: ::.:.-I !CAKE
Torode, Chairman particularly described, or to original of same with the .CLOSED.JULY 4th.
Bradford County Zoning be affected In thereby Clerk of this Court either vest 4/$1 o,.!. .9/99c 120139cP
any way
____ 3/99' !::
_
Board are hereby required to before service on Petitioner'sattorney ____________ aoue

6/7 K 6/28 appear before the Circuit or Immediately




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HOUSE: OF VACUUMS 1 1 1 e .eI ee e..e ... ..ee1..e.....

Many brands of new vacuums

$39.00 from $10.up. Expert Used machines Repairsall S SAVE S Riley INTERESTED IN BUYING

makes. Parts and Access OR SELLING? PUMPS RAY'S ELECTRIC ACE EnterpriseElectric
FRED
sories for all vacuums. Built DAVIS r NEW AND USED Keystone Hgts.
In Central vacumn clea.;' !<{ BUICK PONTIAC Paving CoDriveways CONTACT ResidentialCommercial & Plumbing
systems. 712 N.Main Gaines- GMC TRUCKS SALES

ville 376-7110 E ".A LITTLE RIDE CAN I GEORGE ROBERTS SERVICE PARTS Industrial Repairs & Service; GUI & NtmIf'itrk

LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering SAVE YOU A LOT"GREEN ; REAL ESTATE AAA Monitor Channel 13
6x9) $3.19: 9 x 12. $5.98; COVE SPRINGS) Parking Lots I Charles Zlpperer Deep and Shallow W.II. On C.B.'Radios Trailer Power Poles Installed
12 JT 12, 911.50; 12 x 15 only Licensed & Ban
1495. Many patterns and Day 473-2127 Wayne Douglas hr.
co- Associate Free EstimatePh. 24 Service 431-1000
lors. Dahmer's Discount tf Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT

JIMMY MOORE'SS. Nights4732102 PHONE 964-7826 SERVICEON 473-3681 431.1200 964-8220

LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf .. Spins" P.O.Box 212 421 W. MADISON ST. ALL MAKES
& Country Club, ready for PHONE No Job Too Small
building on or for Investment. MORE 964.7061DURRANCE
BOAT FOR --------------

Lots acre and area larger.approximately Paved roads 1/2 YOUR MONEY Starke, E. W. Pringle PLASTERING

only 3 minutes from town. Stork. Ph. 964-5791 Fla. PUMP & SUPPLY CO. H g H
'Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 Roofing Co. POULTRY EQUIP OF AND DRY WALL, I ne.
p.m. tfchg Complete: Outboard & Stem TFr Moved 5 Block. North Phone 782-3578
Or 7823896P.O.
ALL KINDS.
Drive
Sorvieo and Repair. 17 Yrs Experience 864 N. Temple Ay.
LOTSZoned for mobile Complete Fiberglass Repair Box 605 Lawtey, Fla.
homes and houses. Several Custom built Fiberglass Licensed R. Q. Simmons
KIRBY CO. Of Starke
subdivisions to choose from STUCCO
Fishing Boats.Job Your HARDCOAT -
New & Old Co.
Work Equip
only $95 down. Monthly pay- (WINKLER ELeCTRIC,
ments to suit your budget.Ph. SIMULATED
Real BRICK
1 Yr Guarantee Estate
468-1551 or 964-8331. INC.) 317 E Brownlee St.

tfchg Free Estimates Broker St rk., Fla. "We Make House Calls
KIRBY
etas. 9648961NO BUY SELL TRADEAPPRAISALS 131-9/6
Opportunities Phone ...
964-6819 -- ------------

AUTOMOBII.ESUSED Cook Vacuum tfchg\

CleanersSales JOB TOO BIG Call Bill Powell .
Dishwasher/ \ .
964-6464 oooGoGoooooooooooCARL P.O. Box 607 .\ ?- Phone 9646061WELLS

FOR SALE- 1972 Vega,Hatch and OR TOO SMALL a
back, automatic transmission, \ Service 24 Hrs. A Day BEGGS 7TI r
radio, beater, air-condition IIIIIlljl
ed, carpet. One owner. Phone 234'N. Temple Ave. Gulf Service

964-8160, 7823544. Itchg INSURANCEAT ELECTRIC

Phone 964-7596 REDUCED RATES COMPLETEHOUSE SERVICE

FOR SALE-72 MGB Convert. I AUTO, FIRE. BOAT CLEANINGInside USED (Eiublbhid 1949)
White radio WW tires. One T After 6 P.M. 964-5359 & Out
owner 22,000 miles. Ex. rye DOYLE E. CONNER 744 N. Thompson Free Estimates
cellent condition. $2,400. Ph. INSURANCE AGENCY STEAM CLEAN Starke Florida
PARTSFor
9648301. Starke. Itp SEWING tchg. Mildew Paint Stripping TF

Carpet & Floor Service
FOR SALE1967 Ford Falcon RestaurantGOOD PHONE 964-5771 Most Makes Of Cars
I-door, radio, heater, MACHINE
good tires, runs good. $350; PAY 34 Acres Before 8 A.M. after 4 P.M. 74 Hr. Wrecker Service

PDQ white van camper, good AND BENEFITSPaid Soles arid Service Joins City Limits Complete Janitorial/ Hwy. 301 N. Waldo Male
tires, good motor.$600.Phone PFAFF,' ELNA 2 Paved roads Service
7823532. Itp Vacations New Home 1 GradeS27.30O.OO Phone 468.1998
BOYD SERVICF:
Paid HELP WANTED
FOR SALE- 1970 Torino Fal- Holidays WHITE

con SS 6 cyl., 23,000 miles, Group Insurance $49.50
excellent condition. Call 964- Profit SharingUniforms up 3 BEDROOM Refinishing Is something
!
7226. 4tp 7/5
Parts & Repair on HOUSE rJii *
Southern Wood Piedmont
all other make machinesNATIONAL WITH FURNITURE All Type Of missing?
And Many Others'Apply Large Shaded Lot Uphol.t.ryIf'Jtefd
t FOR RENT 1 In Town ""11'11." I .
In Person At SEEING IS BUYING Cabinet Work Baldwin. Fla.

HOLIDAY INN BILL POWELL Specializing In
611 W. Univ./ Ave.
BROKER Piano
STARKE RefinishingAnd
OF
FOR RENT12' wide mobile Gainesville, Fla. 964-6464' 533-2208 Reconditioning!
homes outside city limits. J. Between IIIPP HJ, > TRACTOR CO.Telephone.
8 A.M. 5 P.M. I <@
B. White. Ph. 9646114. If 378-1355 I C. E. JACKSON
no answer, 9646219.or 372.3464
1313 W. Madison Starke
964-6152. tfchg FARM f MACHINESNew

FOR RENT- Bedroom nice. HELP WANTED & Used
ly furnished house. Apply 337N.
Walnut St. Itp FIAT LONG CHAMPHome There is plenty missing for 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441
Morning & Dinner you and your family with.
Sales Parts Service I and Building out a Carrier central air GAINESVILLE. FLA.
Seeus
New and Used conditioning system.
"Materials
fabu
Cook I today during our
lous "Wh.ro Service Is The Better ld.a"
pre-season price-brea
HOUSES FOR SALEFOR USED IMPORT CARS WE BUILD ker sale! _

HAIFIED AUTO "Your Plans Or Ours

Fron.7-3-------- IMPORTS, INC. Your Lot Or Our."
SALENew 3 bedroom
brick veneer, 2 baths, livIng 509 E. UniversityGainesville'3724373 FREE ESTIMATES STARKE BUILDERSA

room, kitchen and dining BAG Truck Stop TF Remodeling Repairs WUalunuw d Complete Building Service
,
area. Good location. Financing Additions
available. Call.Buford Phone 964-5270 219 E. Washington St.
Mitchell, 964-6853. tfchg Apply In Person MARTIN CAMPUS Homos Bought Sold Starke. Fla.
TradedACREAGE
Sawyer-Slade Gas
U.S. 90 West Lake City FOR SALEWUS3 CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL
NATIONAL mortgage company 332 W. Madison
Ph.ne 752.3723
has two four bedroom, 2 I ooooooDGoOOOOOOGOOOOGOO Starke, Fla. "The No Wax Floor" $4.S9

bath homes for sale on 1/2 Bill's C.B. Radio & Equipment) For Best S.lection Of Hwy. 301_S._Starke T F romoletrlv Installer! Compare At $6.50 per Sq. V-
acre wooded lots. Low down TRAVEL TRAILERS 964.7701PIN
payment. Call and see how 321 N. Temple.Are. MINI-HOMES
easy It Is to own one of these Starke, Fla. Ph. 964-8346 8361 EHURST BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI
homes. Call collect Ocala 622- TRUCK CAMPERSAND LOW
NYLONMany
8118. tfchg Complete Line Of C.B. RadioEquipment TOPPERSFull Grocery And Variety StoreWE Color To Choo. From $6.97

Line Of Parts And Exe..d> F.H.A. Specification
FOR SALE- BR house, wallto Service HAVE MOST COMPLETE Compl.t.ly tn..ell.d Ov.r Rubber Padding Par Sq. Yd.

Phone wall carpet 4734951.paneled$9,500.walls. JT'e Have Now Cobra, Browning & Tram TF I FABRIC AND NOTIONS SHOPIN SHAG

2tp 7/5 The Carpet With The Now Look)
"Horn Of The Magnetic Signs" STARKE 1007. Continuous Fll. Nylon
0. C. Curia Nursery Also Complete Line Of Hardware & Drapery SuppliesHwy. Many Color. To Choo. From $7.9S
72 Hour Service On All Magnetic Signs.SPEED Thousands el Plants Completely Installed Ov.r Rubber Padding Per Sq. yd.
Fruit Trees, Shad. Trees 100 East Store Hours 7-11
t HELP WANTED 1 Of Stark 7 Days a Week
Camellias
Evergreens, .
... ..
0-O-4uO ..OwOrO.tWAYNE'S Asaleas. Roses ac. and Chrlatln D. T F.
Mast In Cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
MORTGAGESInterested

HELP WANTED- Fuel oil delivery 23 Mi. S.E. Of Starke, p1/DRN /J O' (., ..nr Ymnl .mw Diwr....n
salesman.Contact Reg. SHOP Florahome Hwy. 100. 659.2165 In buying1st
ister Oil Company. Itchg ; 1 & second
2M!. W. On 16 964-6248 up to dote


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RUY WANT REAL TO SELL ESTATE OR?. j (){fen/ha user & Etlelbrock TI rCToi1 I HELP NEEDEDOwen 'S MOBILE HOME SALES
------------- 1 of the Mall t tt
Mi. North
j
Call Us For Best Prices Crane Cants & Custom Wheels Carters HWY IUD \W.'- STARKE 964-5606
GAINESVILLE Inc. needs dependable, abl.
of Florida
Prospects Waiting j' Joist t
tfchg t
t. & lIoUyCarbs bodied factory help. No experl tnco necessary. t

i ii Shifters BY lUre Gasket I Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits. t

A.A. MEETING i .
j & Hurst A"on'
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t Phone 964-6061 I FREE
FRIDAY NIGHT ..r .. If YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY AT
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i iI "' A&! \ \ ..u.n .. Mobile Horn*. ff. ESTIMATES

8:30: P.M. I -. \ SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES OWEN JOIST :
iJ J I Expend Rooms" & Add
30!? N. CHERRY ST. j I On Reams"
I WELLS
Free Delivery and Set Up t AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER ELECTRIC SERVICE
Want To Drink, Thai' I 100 MILE RADIUS (EiublUh.d 1949)
t Rood Monday through Friday
I BANK Lincoln City .
Your Business FINANCINGHWY II t 744 N. Thompson, Stark
i 17 NORTH t
Want To Step That's Our j .It'll : .;jii .. /. thru I -ii; litlJun.
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