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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 5, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Gene Long finds
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positionof
f_ a was born on July 4, 1776, and the quiet villages and cities that never
w Declaration of Independence Is my birth sleep. having raised the
.. certificate. The blood lines of the world
taxable value of
) i'rr'rr' run In my veins, because I offered freedom You can look at me and see Ben
FORD ) : to the oppressed. I am many things, Franklin walking down the streets of Phil- Bradford propertyin
s and many people. I am the nation. adelphia with his breadloaf under his 1973 to $5.4 mil-
arm. You can see Betsy Ross with her
: ( I am 206 million living souls -and the needle. You can see the lights of Christ- lion, yet the coun-

'ikwr2l : ghost of millions who have lived and died mas, and hear the strains of "Auld Lang ty's tax ratio study
for me. Syne" as the calendar turns.
report slid nine per

t.w I am Babe Ruth and the World Series.I cent to 83,
am 130,000 schools and colleges, and
"This 83 reflects Inflation
'_ "I. churches where
320,000 my people wor-
ship God as they think best. I am a ballot and speculation" we had last
,' dropped in a box, the roar of a crowd In a year, Long states. A lower
\ stadium and the voice of a choir In a ratio figure means the county's -
cathedral. I am an editorial In a news- tax paying effort com-
sales is lower than
pared to
paper and a letter to a Congressman.
In 1972.

I am Ell Whitney and Stephen Foster, "We didn't do much last

The new emergency rescue vehicle received by The unit is one of two to be received by the I am )Nathan; Hale and Paul Revere. I I am Tom Edison, Albert Einstein and year. The price of land and
stood at Lexington and fired the shot Billy Graham. I am Horace Greeley, Will buildings has gone up and we
Bradford County Thursday and local attendants county under the new Emergency Medical care Pro. heard around the world. I am Washington Rogers and the Wright brothers. I am haven't changed our assess-

((1-r) are Jim Rigby, Gerald Baillie, Steve Smith, Jefferson and Patrick Henry. I am George Washington Carver, Daniel Webs- ments accordingly" Long
John Paul Jones, the Green Mountain ter and Jonas Salk. says the position he now finds
and Jim Sims. Not shown are attendants John jtct. Estimated cost of the vehicle when fully eq- Boys and Davy Crockett. I am Lee and the county In will force a

Greene and Jimmy Martin. uiped is around $20,000.FirstAinhulaticeDelivered. Grant and Abe Lincoln. A am Longfellow, Harriet Beecher complete reappraisal of Brad-

Stowe, Walt Whitman and Thomas Paine ,ford property by his office
I remember the Alamo, the Maine and within the
coming ;year, a
Pearl Harbor. When freedom called I Yes, I am the nation, and these are the Job that means a lot of hard
answered and stayed until it was over, things that I am. I was conceived in freedom work and thousands of dol-
I i over there. I left my heroic dead in Fland- and God willing, in freedom I will

ers Fields, on the rock of Corregidor, on spend the rest of my days. lars.The 1973 tax roll, using
the bleak slopes of Korea and in the 1972 railroad assessments,
5: steaming Jungle of Vietnam. May I possess always the integrity,the totals $59,954,705, up over
courage and'the strength to keep myself $5.4 million from 1972's$54-:!
iTnder] New EMC Program I am the Brooklyn Bridge, the wheat unshackled, to remain a citadel of freedom 551,581. Long says new con-
: lands of Kansas and the granite hills of and a beacon of hope to the world. struction accounts for$1,835-
Vermont. I am the coal fields of the Virginias 960. An additional $780,243was
'- and Pennsylvania the fertile landsof levied on tangible per-

Bud:: Cord residents can look radio systen: fill: alb.v vnd- provide 24-hour omor, oacy: : demonstrate the feasibility of the West the Golden Gate and the sonal property owned by new
forward to having intensivecare Information, such as heart transportation will diverted providing mo'.ropo'.ltaii! Jiospl- Grand Canyon. I am Independence Hall, businesses.But .
emergency ambulance beat, to b? made available to Jnto the new EMC1 pr.jjjra.Ti.Purpos'S tal and health dtlivovy services the Monitor and the Merrlmac.I the major portion of

service soot, as Bradford and hospital personnel while the to tV.nJy: populated surrounding the $5.4 million assessment
B..tker coiinies wera, the firstto victim Is enroute. oJ the project to :areas am big. I sprawl from the Atlantic to increase came from Inflation,
receive their the Pacific my arms reach out to em- mainly higher land prices
units Thursday emergencyrescue :under The ambulances are part rF. brace Alaska and Hawaii 3 million brought on by speculation with
the No.-Uieast Florida Eight- oT a contract of a m?.).imum wl square miles throbbing with Industry. I nlr which his office has not been
County Emergency !Medical $190,Jiio) > i>x;> spent in Brad- am more than 3 million farms I am b 1 able to keep pace. Ills 1973
Care Project. ford County In the program forest, field, mountain and desert. I amBigJuly4SetInKH pet assessments do not reflect
k<1ow.\ as Emcrga.icy Medical the highly Inflated price that
The' other six counties, Clay, C ara O::;MC ). The federal fu id:: swill land has been bringing, the
Columbia Du-':\!, St.Johns and come from the U.S. De- assessor states.

Union are scheduled to receive partm .1' Health, Edaation, r The Inflation factor pushed
identical units as sooo.t as the a.1d'elfa'o. The program Is 4 r Bradford's tax ratio report,
factory can deliver the van- administered by the City otJacksonville's .
? q I.f. ,11t a comparison of sales and
type units. Department: otSa'ety. other factors to assess-

Bradford County Is also sch- r i ments, down to 83 per cent

eduled to receive a used EMC Other funs! will pay for the from 92 per cent in 1972 and
ambulance from St. Johns upgrading and enlarging of the 86 per cent in 1971. That report -

County, to serve as a backup emergency room at the Brad- t Keysto.ie will light up tomorrow Schedule of events for tomorrow out the day; and firework dis- the office came of last Florida week Auditor from
unit. The emergency vehicles ford Coaity Hospital and for night with fireworks under the directionof play sponsored by the Key- General Ernest Ellison.
specially equipped; the medical training of am.. bursting in the air celebrat- Commander Ed Bennett, stone Volunteer Fire Depart-
van-typo trucks as opposed to bulance drivers and attend- ing the Independence Day of will Include a chicken bar- ment will begin at dark. The Ellison's office phoned Long
conventional: sins 'ances, will ants. Two men will! be on duty 1 America. beque dinner, sponsored by decorating and display of flags his ratio report, then sent a
hire facilities for treatment; 21 hours per day. 11 the Rotary Club, serving from will be done by the American letter confirming It. The man

of heart attack victims. Anew Training fo: attendants !s The Keystone Beach will 5 to 7 p.m. at $1.50 per Legion Post of Keystone calling said nearly every
central communication system :being provided at the Brad- come alive with throngs of plate; the Boat Parade, with Heights. county In the state reflected -
will keep doctors con- ford-Un'on Ci'i'i'y' Area Vocational people to view the Boat Pa- many local organizations and a lower ratio due to In-
stantly In contact with ambulance Technical Center rade and enjoy the chicken I individuals I participating, Everyone, young and old, flation."I .
per3. .inel, enabling barbeque dinner, live enter- meeting on !Nelson's': Point at Is Invited to attend the festivities expected;: it to go down
them to receive Instructionsto where 23 enrolled persons in the arc ,E.\I presently -rEm.mcy tainment and the humorouswit 6 p.m. and parading by the tomorrow at the Key- about five points, but I didn't
provide treatment pre- Tech- I of Master of CeremonyRay Keystone Beach between 7 stone Beach, and enjoy the expect that much," Long says.
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scribed by doctors even while Inlcan:)!;;! I Farris, which has been and 8 p.m.; Live music by fellowship commemoratingthe lie has been told by the State
being transported to the hos- program.a.nUilance enjoyed in the past. "Country Gold" from Green signing of the indepen- Department of Revenue that
pital. Emergency ser- ... Cove will be enjoyed throughCOlrnty dence on July 4, 1776. if a 1973 ratio Is above 80
vice must be provided, under "
per cent It will be approved,
Monitors and a micro-wave contract for the enrtro coun- .;:g J The old fashioned July but not in 1974.
ty and It Is also required thata celebration began four years Cost of sales is worth six
physician be on duty at ago with the different civic
in
or seven percentabe points
the BCJI)I .M, fours a day.According organizations and merchantsIn Again IssuingSeptic
ratio
Brand New Adults. getting a passable study
.. Keystone combining their Long
WIt (! to :hospital Administrator efforts says.
and monies to make
He has made some adjust-
George Canova
"This Is the first time sit downin this a successful day to remember ments here and there in
the biggest hold up to full we can legally in Tank Permits ,
trier operation now is that the communications a public place and enjoy a mixed drink," said stone the history oC Key- assessments. A good part of
gear has not been Hobble Smith as he and three other local youths a- Heights. those upward adjustments was

delivered by General Electric. long with another 370,000 18, 19, and 20yearoldsacross Before "Our Country Day" The Bradford County Health that he had 15 to 20 appli- on vacant land on which there
lie said, 'lowever, that the entire the state gained the privilege of enjoying and came into being, the Keystone Department resumed inspect- cations In Jacksonville for has been much speculation this
program &:',ould be operational suffering the "rights" of adulthood, courtesy of the I Heights Rotary Club held an ions and the Issuing of permits past year.Long .
Florida Legislature. (S.. 15)) said vacant land has
by at least August 1. annual fish fry as Its "kick for installation of septic Page
been raised from $150 $200
Local fire department and The new Florida law went into effect at midnight C off day" for the Swim Program tanks effective Monday, July an acre to $400 to or$1,000an
law eiiforccmc.it officials, a- Sunday, July 1 1. These new adults were found Monday I now In its 23rd year. 1, according to County Sani- IIl1l.[ t si.'IISilfe i acre because up of location.
Women's long with city and county officials night at the newly opened lounge in the Starke Hol- tarian Jack Trawlck. Lake front property on Lake
hay? ursed: to com- iday Inn, first lounge to open since Bradford County Geneva has been raised from
Slow Pitch bine all radio systems Into a voted itself wet last April 3. Hit And Run The change back to county Crarkrcl $40 to $80 per front foot.
central unit: from the Brad control of septic tank permitsIs
What did
the magic date mean? "Under the circumstancestoday
ford County Jail. It will mean expected to relieve a bottle Robbers hammered a hole
SoftballTournament that for emergencies of all It means that with the new title "adult" you can Driver Ctlllpht neck that developed when the Into the back wall of the Hurst the only way I can go
types thero will; be one num- be the proud owner of a car In you namewith your Issuance of permits was Shell Station In Starke over with assessments Is up to
ber to call. A radio dispatcher payments, of course. placed under the Air & Water the weekend and escaped with try to meet"the full cash val-

er will then send out the pro- You may own your own house, land and insurance Early Monday morning, Pollution Control Board last $310 In cash.According. ue criteria.
:Sammy Starks Jr., of Starke )No; change has been madein
July 5.6,7,8, per unit, law enforcement officer January. Applications were to the Starke Police
1 was arrested on charges of agricultural land and buil-
filed with the area office In Department, the burglarytook
West Side ParkSponsored a fire truck, or am-
bulance. You may pay your own lawyer and sue s. .une j railing to report an accident Jacksonville, but long delaysin place between closing ding assessments, Long says.
or have him defend you If, perchance, you find yourself i and with careless driving. Issuing permits developed hours Sunday night and 6:40:
By The new dispatch center will a defendant In a civil or criminal matter. )New; Starks was apprehended by because the Air & Water Monday morning when the Every property ow r whose
assessments have been increased
NORMAN'S FARM utilize the new micro-wave Job opportunities are open to you In restaurants and 4 Officer M. L. Sibley, of the Pollution Control Board did theft was discovered. Entrywas -
will be notified well
radio tower recently eraclad bars where previously you had to be 21 because liquor 1 Starke:; Police, at around 2:45 not have the staff gained through a back
SOFTBALL TEAM I necessary In
......................... I 1 behind the new county court- was sold there. Or you can be a drinking customer. II I Monday morning, approximately to make prompt Inspections. wall. The safe was found open Adjustment advance meeting of the August Board of
1 house. I five minutes after he
Court vt
morning.
? One Monday
can
gamble their allowance Complaints from taxpayers a-
Under the new EMC programthe away at Florida I allegedly hit a parked car
horse Trawlck said According to Carl Hurst
and dog tracks and at Jal Ala!. that during this bout high assessments will be
::hc (Community9tatr County Commission must t Belonging to Johnny Jackson
period, he was sure that some operator of the station, the heard then.
Sank put whatever funds it Is now Or perhaps the easiest and cheapestand perhaps ()IC Starke. people In the county had gone safe was locked Sunday night. Long said the who
putting Into ambulance service the most dangerous- adult move you can now make is According to the Starke Police ahead and built their own sep- No arrests have been made wants to taxpayer the
Into the new program. Th.i to get married. I Department, Starks' car protest assess-
tic tanks without permits, using but according to Investigating ment on his would
A_ "'" I--.j.+ U.. m?'uis the $18,000 tie; c.>unty IT MEANS REALLY, that you can do all of these itruck the Jackson vehicle on oil drums and other make officer, Patrolman Denton first obtain a property complaint form
PI-T. 120 000 k* has been subsidizing DeWitt things for the first time without your parents consent Oak Street" in Reno, knocking shift materials. "One septic DeVoe, the case Is still under
C. Jones Ambulance Service to and that means without their knowledge If you ch- li into a telephone pole. tank company manager told me Investigation. (s.. Page 15))





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BIIS Summer AgnerRicardVows Hoyes-Tuskey
LAFAYETTE
Program SetA i' iI Said In Wedding PartyEntertained


Home Ceremony i Vi Radio Electronics

five week summer program Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hayes
will be held at BUS Michael Keith Agner and 370 NewberryIM.
were hosts to a wedding rehearsal -
from July 6 Aug. 9. Bobby Hill Ricard were uni- dinner party on June Gainesville; Fla.
Activities will be held for ted In marriage Friday June 21 at the Lakeside Community
both girls and boys from 9- 15, at 7:30 p.m. at the homeof Center In Lake Butler hon- l1.373Headquarters
12 a.m. and from 2-5 p.m.. the groom's parents Mr. r-- oring their son, Steve, and his _
Coach David Ilurse will have : and Mrs. Wavel Howard Ag- ArIt bride-to-be Billie Ann Tus-
tennis Instructions for anyone .. ner, at their home on King-
from 9-12 a.m. sley Lake. key.The
The girls will have basketball -
,1 U-shaped tables were
trampoline tumbling and The bride is the daughter covered with Irish linen clo- ForCB"
table tennis In the mornings.In of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice silver
I ths and centered with
the afternoons the gym will ( Hill of Gainesville Rev. candelabras with green bows
be open for boys and weight _; Huey Perry of Ocala per-, r and burning green tapers.In .

room available and also.handball courts ITa formed the nuptials.Arrangements i.JVt i.V i. the center of the tables
of
were arrangements pom-
Mrs. Melba Howard will offer of white poms and leather leaf fern.
tennis Instructions In the daisies and blue carnationswere
afternoons from 2-5p.mVo1- used throughout the The bride's table was also Accessories
leyball and racket ball will home for the occasion.The JVt/ covered In Irish linen with
also be available. k two single silver candelabras &
onlv attendants were wtih green and white ribbons
the bride's twin daughters with wedding bells and burn- ;
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Tracy and Robyn mc rd. Ing green tapers. The center-
Jo. They wore floor length gownsof piece was a bride doll and an
,:t blue flocked dracon and arrangement of yellow and
j'\, .. polyester which featured an chartreuse chrysanthemumsand
... ). /4. empire waist, ruffled sleevesand carnations.The .
or, f -I > Value
v" J r.; .; : A the gathered skirt endedIn Top
a ruffle. They carried a 27 guests were membersof
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single blue carnation. the wedding party and their Down to earth

Raiford Baptist Church Scene The bride wore a floor length guests. PricesATTENTION

fitted gown of beige and Jewell Turgerson, Kay Till-
Hayes-Tuskey Rites
Wedding
blue featuring a low square man, Kathy Teston and Ann
t neckline long full sleeves and Bride Sherring served.
Billie Ann Tuskey, daughterof the bride wore a traditional skirt which ended In a blue Terre Lynn Crews Becomes -.____ __a _,
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Mrs. Doris Tuskey and the wedding gown of white silk organza ruffle. She carrieda ---
yf late Arthur W. Tuskey Lake organza and chantilly lace. single blue pompom. Of Mr Wilkins Albany, Ga. t ADULTS :
r Butler became the bride of The bodice was made of Chan
Foster Steve Hayes son of tilly lace with a Victorian For the reception the bride's Miss Terrie Lynn Crews bouquet of white sparkle chrysanthemums School
Mr. and Mrs. Foster R.Hayesof neckline and bishop sleeves. table was covered with white daughter of Dr. and Mrs. daisies. KVPSO- I: Summer 151'eningClflssesJVill I II II
Starke June 22 at 8:30 The William R. Crews of Albany phila and yellow roses tied
on : full circular skirt hada damask cloth and centered Begin July 9 Thru A 17
p.m. In the Ralford Baptist panel down the front of with a three-tiered wedding Ga., and Robert L. Wilkins with blue satin ribbon. The I ugust I II
Q Church, with Rev. Aaron Sin- alternating lace and crystal cake encircled with fern and Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.Les- bridesmaids carried similar 7:00 P.M. -10.00P.M.
gletary performing the cere- pleated organza. A wide daisies. At each end of the ter Elton of Norfolk, Va., bouquets tied with spring I; : : : : : :
were united in marriage on green satin ribbon. In the ....... ... ... :
GAltDEN.FRESIiJm mony. border of scalloped lace table was an arrangement of
banded the hemline. She white daisies and blue carnations Juno 16 at Turner City Baptist flower girl's white satin bas-
Centering the alter were wore a chapel length mantilla Mrs. J.T. Prevatt, Church in Albany. ket were lavender pompoms I Tentative Classes To Be I II II
ImIIt baskets of yellow and white of Chantilly lace and carrieda Jr. of Starke cut the cake. daisies and ;yellow roses.
daisies, gladioli babies bre- bouquet of Imported ivy The bride is the granddau- I Offered Depending On I
ath and sprengeri,fern,against and white daisies with satin The punch table was covered ghter of the late Stafford L.and Best man for bridegroom
a background of palms and and pearl streamers. with a white damask cloth and Murlie Crews of New River was his brother Jack Wilkins t Enrollment Are I II
Keith Gllllngham Jr.Is being golden candelabra decorated centered with a crystal punch and Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Greenof of Norfolk. Serving as ushers :
released from Baptist hospital with garlands of lllles-of-the A reception was held in bowl encircled with white daisies. Lawtey. were Alvin B. Howard, Jr., ondny&
Tuesday after a weeks valley and holding lighted the fellowship hall of the The bride's sister of The bride's father performed of Starke, and Billy Crews : Wednesday I II
stay. Mrs. Gllllngham and tapers. The windows were church where two large Gainesville presided at the the ceremony before a cen- brother of the bride, of Albany. I
children of Perrlne are visiting decorated with a single lighted baskets of daisies and glad- punch bowl. tral arrangement of yellow Randy Thornhill, Jr., was the t Algebra I
her parents, Mr. and taper surrounded. by greenery loll were used. gladioli white chrysanthemums rlngbearer.
Mrs. Guy Sale for a week. The bride is a graduate of white and yellow dai- t American History
The bride's table was cover- Gainesville High School and sies, and lavender Byron Bevis, organist, and
pompoms
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Anderson Denise Crawford, soloist ed with a white handmade Is employed by the Alachua flanked by similar Miss Patricia Walton vocalist : -
of Boston Mass were and Linda Sue Alvarez organist cloth with handmade lace trim County Welfare Department. ments outlined with arrange-fifteen- presented the wedding : Bookkeeping I II
weekend of her brother- presented I
guest a programof and centered with a three- branch candelabra. Magnolia music.
in-law and sister Mr. and nuptial music. tiered wedding cake decorated The groom graduated from foliage and blossoms decorated t Bunka Embroidery I
Mrs. Harry Mooty.Mr. with daisies and topped witha BUS. and Samford University.. the choir loft. Following the ceremony
Foster R. Hayes attended his miniature bride and groom. In Birmingham, Ala., and .. reception was held In the
and Mrs.Jimmy Wiggins son as best man and the ushers This was balanced by two coached at Vanguard High Given in marriage by her Sheraton Motor Inn at Albany : High School Review
of Jacksonville will be Fourthof were Randy Hayes, Terry candelabras with tapers. School In Ocala. father the bride wore a where the bride's table was
July guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hayes and Bill Hayes. Trevla Newmans and Mary floor-length gown designed centered with a tiered wedd- ( For GED
Orle Wiggins.Mr. Louise Taylor cut the cake. The couple is presently lIvIng will a scooped neckline and ing cake. Arrangements of (Preparing I
Mrs. Barbara Renfro ser- Diane Hayes kept the bride's in Gainesville. long sheer sleeves that end- mixed flowers, candelabra, I II
and Mrs. Ernest Parks of ved as matron of honor. She book. ed in ruffles at the wrists. and polished magnolia foliage Exam )
Villa Rica, Ga. were last wore a gown of pale green ---- Appliques of lace outlined the were used throughout the reception t
weekend guests of her uncle chiffon with daisy trim, and The punch table was cover- neckline trimmed the sleeves hall. Tuesday
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. three yellow daisies in her ed with a white handmade Mr. and Mrt. M. A. Baldwin and bodice front, and formeda I A vs C I II
Yeager. hair. She carried a nosegayof spent last Wednesday and scalloped motif on the full
the
cloth with lace trim and cen- After the reception cou- &
yellow daisies, baby'sbreath tered with a punch bowl encircled Thursday in Sanford on business skirt. Her long matill S.which ple left for a wedding trip to I English ; I II
Mrs. Carrie Ritch had as and fern with yellow with fern and yellow and Mrs. Baldwin also was styled with a blusher the mountains. They are now
visitors during the past week streamers. daisies. Gwin DuIU visited her sister Mrs.Doris veil was bordered In lace at home at 2204 Pearce Street I Shorthand Thursday I II
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glines and Conway In Orlando. and she carried a cascade bou- In Albany.
van preside at the punch bowl. I II
Mrs. Thelma Mendoza of Jackie Morris Debbie Mc- quet of yellow sweetheart I Typing
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Cullough and Susan Sanderson Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Rogersof roses white frenched carnations --- I II
Following a wedding trip to I
Jack Dewees and daughters of attended as bridesmaids. South Florida the couple is Waldo Mrs. Ruth Frazier gypsophlla daisies DUPLICATE BRIDGE Basic Education
Hialeah Mr. and Mrs. Ed- They wore pale yellow chif- residing In Alachua. of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. with a phalaenopsis orchid. CLUB RESULTST. ..................................................
ward Jordan Jim, Tom and fon gowns with daisy trim, Blair Phares of Winter Park A. Sundem and Mrs. Ed-
Bill Jordan and Miss Marcia and yellow daisies in their The bride is a graduate of were Saturday dinner guestsof Mrs. Alvin Howard, Jr., of ward Burns were the winning I Next Hrlircliiled GEl Exiim Will He I II
Jordan of Boston Mass. hair. They carried nosegaysof Union County High School. Mrs. Henry O'Hara.] Starke aunt of the bride was couple at Duplicate Bridge Given Week Of October H
yellow daisies with yellow the matron of honor and Mrs.P. Tuesday night of last week. I
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Bowers streamers. Mr. Haves Is a BUS grad- Mr. and Mrs. James Mon- Ross Moree, of Albany was Mrs. Liza Mlneslnger and Additional Course: Will He Offered
and family of Fort Lauderdaleare uate and is employed by tuora and daughter of Tampa the bridesmaid. Rachel Crews Mrs. Ida Shaw were second I
visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. Tonia Norris served as Alachua Electric Company. will spend Wednesday and sister of the bride, served as and tying for third wore Mr. Upon Request
G. Paterson this week. flower girl and wore a pale Thursday with her parents, junior bridesmild, and the and Mrs. Edward Wainwright
floor chiffon Mr. and Mrs. M, A. Baldwin flower School Is Approved For VA Training
yellow length --- girl was Jill Austin. and Rev. and Mrs.John Flynn.

Mr. and Mrs. Orle Wiggins gown with daisy trim and carried Please! Call 961.6150() For Further
returned last Friday after
a white lace basket with Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar, Empire-style dresses of I
three weeks visit with Mr. of St. Peterburg visited Miss Sue Morris of Pom- multicolored pastel organza
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yellow petals. L. C. Smith of Miami spent
and Mrs. Robert Wiggins at Mr. and Mrs.Terwillegar,Jr. pano Beach is visiting Mr. over taffeta were worn by his I (
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Chiles Moves Against Food Stamp Misuse"There's


a lot of truth to whether states are following- federal and state food stamp ,employment service when making "While the worst abuse appears BALDWIN
that," said Mrs. Betty Ben- regulations and to what degree officials: needed closer communication 1 application for food to stem from Inade-
nett when asked, as Sen.Law- fraud is taking place. stamps. In the past farm laborers quacies of enforcement of this
ton Chiles -Fla. states. If Kocher: said that program and mutual effort 1 have been exemptfromthe complex program state and
many people receiving Fed- changes come too fast, requiring ies.toward solving the difficult. work registration provision. federal officials will keep me
eral food stamps refuse to new regulations thereIs Informed of their programsand ChevroletOldsBrings
work although able. little opportunity to moni- On June 13 another meeting 2) The State of Florida has will let me know If there
"Just ask any farmer" tor how these regulations are was held In Chiles' Washing requested that USDA designate are any defic:1encles'which
says retired County Agent being Implemented and en- ton, D. C. office including it as a "pilot state" to. com- must be corrected," Sen.
George Hugglns.-He cited the forced.On from the federal level Jim puterize the entire food stamp Chiles states In his release. You
Kocher
example of a farmer search- June 8, Sen. Chiles join- ; Charles Bucy chief program. "Ours is a prosperous nation -
Ing last week for help to ed with Sen. Fritz Holllngs of State Agency Operations 3) The citrus Industry In and It is not right that
pick peas but could find only South Carolina, in sponsor- Branch Food Stamp Division, Florida will set up a clear- people should be hungry.Pur-
one person willing to work. Ing an amendment to limit USDA; Hicks Elmore,director Ing house to maintain cur- pose of the food stamp pro- Fourth Of July
Sen. Chiles also asserts and legislation proposed by Sen. of southeast region Food rent Information on Its work- gram is to feed hungry peo-
Mrs. Bennett confirms that Edward Kennedy -Mass.. Stamp Program; and from the ers. ple and help them find workto
rules In the food stamp pro- which would further broadenthe state level Jim Drake and 4) The state will study frau- become self-sufficient. I
gram change so fast the food stamp program. It Charles Sanford. The meet- State of Florida can't keepup Ing produced some understanding was felt the Kennedy proposal program closely and to
with the changes. But Mrs. would make administrationand mediate, agreement, and im- < and those posing as do whatever is necessary to "FirecrackersSpecial"
Bennett food goals to curtail a- i students
stamp program enforcement more diffi stop Its misuse."
buses. Specifically; : ..
supervisor for Bradford and
cult.During L) Farm workers must ..IJI'II.' ., n I !ill ij JIM I !Ov !i l tw..
Union Counties also states: floor debate Chiles reg
ister for work with the state
"I think the we
program says he stated:
have now Is as good as we "The problem is that we Blue Grass
can do." People are becom- are opening the program so 5 Earn Top
ing aware of the program and, fast that'they cannot keep up
therefore can take advantageof with it and get the regulat- LCCC Honors
It. About 1,750 persons ions set. Here we are goingto Jamboree
receive food stamps In Bradford change the whole program L ike Dm n d New

County and some 800 again. Five area residents were a- 1973 Olds Cutlass
In Union. "In my state right now we mong some 52 students to qualify "! At The
Every case of misuse of cannot get the fruit crop picked for the President's List 4 Dr. Sedan. Only 3,000 Miles with Power Steering,

the food stamp program Is .because people are on food for the 1973 Spring term at r! Blue Grass Special Power Brakes and Air Conditioning. Solid Dark
going to be prosecuted Mrs.
stamps. The ability is thereto Lake City Community College.
Bennett Cases found Blue with White Vinyl Interior.
says. so work seven days a week,
far .have already been turned but as long as they can draw Maintaining a perfect 4.0 I; Country Music Park
over the Attorney Gene Shaw food satmps they do not want average were Glenn W. Combs ; $3995
state's attorney for Bradford to work. There was supposedto of Raiford and John P. Gos-
County for prosecution for be nothing in the designof selin of Lake City. Other stu- .
fraud. Nobody has yet been the program to kill the dents qualifying for the Pre- Off Highway 301 1973 Chevrolet Impala
prosecuted. Incentive to work but that is sident's List with a grade point I Fla
Lawtey
Starting July 1 food stamp what the program is doing." average of 3.75 or better and 4 Dr. Hard Top. Only 2,000 Miles Fully Equippedwith
recipients will receive The Chiles and Hollins a- with no grade below a "B"
stamps valued at $2 more Fri. Vinyl Top and Power Steering, Brakes & Air
mendment to the Kennedy were: Vernon C. Dukes, Lake Sat. July 6,7
per month Mrs. Bennett amendment was passed.On Butler; Diane Elizabeth Lee, Conditioning. Sold New for over $4,800.00.
pointed out. June 9 Sen. Chiles and Lake Butler; and Rebecca L.
Sen. Chiles says in a state- Canady met in Jacksonvillewith Pressley Lake Butler. $900 Prize MoneyDue $3995"Special
ment mailed last week that Douglas Endsley director -
many Floridians and people of the Florida Division of Three Starke students were Purchase'
across the nation share con- Family Services; Gene Sanchez among fifty-eight students to to 10 many requests for another show before the
about misuse of the food
stamp cern program-- the way stamp, administrator program for of Florida the food; have List with qualified a grade for point the Dean's aver- Fall Convention, Oct. 5, 6, 7, we Invite you to loin 4 New 1973 Chevrolet Long Wheel Base Fleetslde

those who cheat are undermining Charles Sanford,assistant ad- age of 3.5 and with no grade us for afirst oletim "BLUE GRASS JAMBOREE" Pickups. These Trucks are New and Completely

the Intent of the program ministrator and Jim Drake, lower than a "C". Loaded with all the Chrome, White Wall Tires,
and In particular, the chief of the Bureau of Public
problems this Is causing the Assistance. They were told of From Starke were Grady B. Friday, July 6,8OO P.M. Wheel Covers Tilt Wheel, Power Steering, Power

agriculture Industry In Its efforts problems in administering the Bishop, Thomas B. Wallace Brakes V8 Engine Automatic Transmission and

to get and keep work- program required to and get how approval they were of and Robert S. Richardson.* INDIVIDUAL INSTRUMENT COMPETITION... Air Conditioning. Save Plenty on these."Hurry" .

ers.On May 23 Charles Cana- the U. S. Department of Agri- '-
honors
Also earning high $50 (t81 I 2ND PRIZE $25.00
dy. Sen. Chiles' administrative culture for any change or GUITAR 1ST PRIZE
assistant, met with the regulation they wanted to a- were Stephen W. Sutherlin and MANDOLIN 1 ST PRIZE $50 00 2ND PRIZE $25.00
Citrus Industrial Council and dopt.It Jeanne Y. McGill of Lake BASS 1ST PRIZE $5000 2ND PRIZE $25.00 1971 Chevrolet Impala Custom Coupe
was Infom was apparent, Sen. Chiles Butler.
was Informed of harvesting states In his newsletter that Must be at least 5 persons in each contest. All V8 Engine, Automatic Transmission, Power Steering -

shortages and how the shor- musicians competing must have tickets. Power Brakes, and Air Conditioning. Real Clean.
tages are affected directlyby Church Sch sol To OK Used Soft Blue with Black
OpenHampton Type Car. Vinyl
Top.
the food stamp program.On SATURDAY, JULY 7, 10 a.m. JAM SESSION on stage
June 7 Sen. Chiles met All Picking Groups and Singers may perform on Stage. $2495
with Jim Kocher director of
the Food Stamp Division U.S. This Fall InA LIMIT PLEASE!!! 3 songs or instrumentals per group.

Department of Agricultureand PLEASE REMEMBER: No age limit. The young and 1972 Pontiac Catalina

was told It is virtually private school named that." old may perform. Yes, you girls and ladies let's
to with 4 Door Hard Top, Power Steering Power Brakes
impossible keep up Hampton Christian Aca- State accredltated teachersare all string up those guitars and show the men what we
how the program is being car- demy will offer Instructionin available for the new can do.KIDDIES. Air Conditioning Vinyl Top and AM FM Radio, Only
ried out at the state level
and school Rev. Hamel
kindergarten grades says. 24,000 Miles, Very Clean.
2 3 this fall in the First Textbooks to be used will
1. : for the children under 12 years old: Games
Baptist Church in Hampton, exceed state requirements by I t prizes. There will be Pole Climbing, the Top S S S. $31951972Ch'vrolet
according to Rev. J. J. Ham- 30 per cent, he states. .
Kiddies wear those tickets. We might draw your numberso
i
PORTRAIT el.Some 100 students are expected Tuition will be charged and you must have it on. Door prizes, too. Also, Kid- Khigsu'ood Wagon

to attend the first year bus transportation will be dies to 15 years old. Singers or Group Let's hear from One Owner Car thats Ready For That Summer Vacation -
of the new school which already available, Rev. Hamel says
SPECIAL has gained approval of pointing out that the church you to,,. Singers, 1st prize J10 Instrumental Group Drives Like New. This Wagon Sold New For
the State of Florida, Rev. has two 66-passenger buses. I $40. Over 6000.
Hamel says. He stresses the Tuition charges will be work- Saturday July 7 2:00 P.M-
school will be Christian oriented ed out with Individual families $3895197213uick
or "God centered"as he states.
Rev. Hamel termed it. Hampton[ Baptist Church Is FIDDLE PLAYERS CONTEST BANJO CONTEST1ST liT
I The Hampton Baptist located 1/4 mile east of US- PRIZE $75.00 1ST PRIZE $75.00 Skylark Coupe

I Church school has four alr- 301 on SR-18 just outside 2ND PRIZE $5000 2ND PRIZE $50.00 Very Clean, With Power Steering, Power Brakes,
conditioned Hampton on a 13 acre site.A .
classrooms which
u will be used the first year. new brick church includingan 3RD PRIZE $25.00 3RD PRIZE $25.00 Air Conditioning. Only 22,000 Miles. Sharp Little
Plans are being drawn for a auditorium and church Winners from each contest may perform at the Saturday intermission Car.
school building Rev Hamel school has Just been com- it while judges are making decisions.
k igf7ii says. pleted on. a13-acretract.The $3195
: Asked where funds for a church was stared 5 1/2 years Saturday 8:00 P.M.
;
school building will come ago under Rev. Hamel In a 1971 Oldsrlnoronado
from Rev. Hamel replied: small wooden building In ATTENTION ALL BLUE GRASS BANDS1st Coupe

"Oh. God is taking care of downtown Hampton. PRIZE $ 2nd PRIZE $100 This Fine Car Is Loaded With All The Extras

ins 'a"t" "n ir s_ s di 3rd PRIZE $75 And Is A Local Car. Runs, Drives and Looks Like

HELPNo WANTEDessary All Bands Competing Must Have Tickets.NO New. $3595

INTOXICATING BEVERAGES PERMITTEDCome
Experience NeciFringe Work!
Steady
,
and bring all your friends and neighbors and picnic 1971 Dodge 4 DoorPalara Custom

Benefits: basket, and have a good ole time. Don't forget your lawn
Another Local Car, With Power Steering, Power
p chairs. There will be picking and singing all night in the
fl APPlNATIONAL !_Y AT Brakes, Air Conditioning, 41,000 Miles, Good Clean
T o camping grounds. All musicians welcome.

ROTEIN INC. ADMISSION... (ADULTS) Transportation.
$1895
$2.50 FRIDAY $3.00 SATURDAY

8x10natural Road 21 MONDAY THR(: FRIDAY Hampton, Fla.U Weekend pass (Adults) $5.00 Both days.Children, 4-12 1972 (;/Ul'ro/etllll/JlI/U/

yrs. $1.00 each day.Tickets must be worn at all times
color 8:00: A.M. TAn 0 I 5:00: P.M. 4 Door, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Air Conditioning -

Equal Opport,unity Employer No electrical Instruments PermittedBlue Grass.. Only. Vinyl Top, Vinyl Trim V8, Automatic

portrait a o o aa pOODOOOOOD000090DDDD g J- .II T 111 1 mi1f.! .. 11III mm Transmission. This Impala Was Sold New By Us,

and Is In Good Shape. "Road Ready".


99 C $2995

Pjusso, 1972 Chevrolet/ Nova

Handling
Charge 4 Door V8, Automatic Transmission, Air Condi-

Wd., choice of proofs tioning, Power Steering, Clean Car. All Over Good

On. per subject" two per family, Florida National Banks Tires.

Groups SI.00 extra per person $2895


with Cannot other be advertising used in conjunction offers 1956: Jeep

have a lighton
COM SALLY AND BRING THIS' AD TOi green 4 Speed Transmission, 4 Wheel Drive, Metal Top,

Mitchell's and A New Engine and, New Tires, Runs Like

New. Make A Good Hunting Buggy.

Rexall 127 E.Drug Cull all kinds ofmoneytolend. $895



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Starke, Flu. .: FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE. FLORIDA

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My Neighbors


I Petition Asks For Move To City ManagerA




petition asking for a "In order to have a smooth appointive. Edwards In 1967 predicted The petition states: "We petition that this be government"
change to a city manager form running city government you "They're trying to tear the the defeat of that question. "We, the undersigned citi- done at the earliest date In Clerk Edwards said the
of feelings In 1973 he also predicts the zenso of Starke, petition the keeping with cannot be placed on
of government for the City have to have harmony. It's city down, create hard good management question
Starke was scheduled be been proven we don't." No The Telegraph doesn'tdo move for a city manager formof City Council to take the nec- of tax funds. If this cannotbe the ballot for the regular Sep-
presented to the city council personalities are being the city any good printing government will get no- essary action to bring abouta done by action of the City tember election because "yOU
Tuesday night, July 3. brought into the question and things like that. where. Edwards said the peo- change from the present Council and/or legislative action can't vote to elect a man to
The circulating the no personal attack is intended "I don't want any hard feelIngs ple want to keep all their form of government to a'CityManager' and a vote on the questionby an office and make that office
group
elective offices, that voiceIn form Government the citizens is appointive at the same
,
petitioners say. necessary
min- with the vet-
petition hoped to have a anyone,
government will not be for the City of Starke, Florida. we urge that this vote be ." The clerk said 25 per
imum of 500 names. The petition "It's a matter of govern- eran clerk says. cent
relinquished. 1959. lIe will seek his conducted at the time of the city's registered '
requests that the changein mental restructuring." In 1967 the question of mak- since same
the form of government be City Clerk Merrill Edwards ing the offices of city clerk Edwards has been city clerkof eighth term in office this Sep- the next city election is held. voters must petition for the Sum
placed on a ballot. when questioned, said and police chief appointivewas the city's 2,231 registeredvoters tember. The veteran clerk has "We believe the 'City Man- question to be placed on a "Some mil, thill ers-
The group circulating the 18 "I know all about it." Edwards placed on the ballot. It turning out for the consistently drawn a big vote, ager' form of government will ballot. rliiimg he ran fly..."
petitions is "concerned over sees the move another was defeated 924 to 242 with special election held in Ju- usually over 2,000 votes even be more responsive to the will ----
procedures followed so far... attempt to make his office just over 53 per cent; 1,188, ly. when unopposed as In 1971. of the citizens of Starke; will .-- ,
provide better understandingin
I

I Convictions Overturned, Former Inmates Charged With} RapeFive and areas duties employees of for responsibilities city; will officialsand make I

'0- those working for the city NUGENT
former Florida State Other defendants arraignedwere bis and Illegal possession of ceny pled not guilty session of weapon by state (the taxpayer) more respon-
prisoner and pled not sive to those who are charged
inmates failed to appear in : drug paraphernalia, pled not Fred William Powell and escape
Circuit Court Monday to be guilty. Dennis Lee Hardy, receiving guilty. with responsibilities of direc-
arraigned for the charges of Three men were charged, Bobby Eugene Bonnett pos- stolen property, pled notgull- Henry Josha Mitchell, pos- tion and supervising their ElECTRIC
rape. murder in the first degree. session of concealed firearmand ty. session of dangerous weapon work and activities; will bring
Thomas Jack Shaw pled not possession of sawed off William Aaron Heaton, pos- and escape, pled not guilty. about a savings to the tax-
Judge A. L. Driggers, Un- guilty due to insanity. Rich- shotgun, pled not guilty. session of sawed off shotgun, payers by better performance Epjf IW(7
ion County judge, sitting tem- ard Sherman Williams and Odis Edward Browning, Jr., pled not guilty Robert W. Sullivan and Man- from city personnel;will STERNS RD. STARKE
porarily for Judge GeorgeL. Elisha Pittman also pled not breaking and entering, pled Richard Earl Gourley, attempt uel Edwardo Gonzales, attempt provide a better and more
Patten, ordered arrest guilty, trials will be held over not guilty. to escape, pled notguil- to escape, pled guilty effective relationship among
warrents Issued for the five. until October. Joseph Edward Marrero, and was sentenced to one year city officials and employees; HOMES DIAL-
The men were charged with Brenda Carlyle, chargedwith breaking and entering with ty.Larry Gene Anderson and In prison. will provide better servicesto
sodomy but sodomy is no longer issuing worthless checksto Intent to commit petit lar- Willis Augustas Viles, pos- Sylvester Hampton and Ron- the citizens of Starke and i 964-8641
a felony in Florida undera ald William Wood; possession will bring about better gov-
Stan's Bootery, pled not
ruling of the Florida Supreme guilty. of weapon by state pris- ernment to our city as has
Court. TORODE CIL fNGESPOLICY oner, pled guilty and was sen- been proven by other cities BUSINESSES
The five charged with rape Cornelius Bass, breakingand tenced to one year In prison. throughout the state and nation MOBILE HOME
are: Linton Edward \Vllson, entering with Intent to who have this form of I1
commit a misdemeanor, pled SER VICES SMA L ACCOUNTS METER SERVICE
Bernard Brinson, Arthur Lee ...... ... .., ,.
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not guilty. ----- --- .A ". .. .".."" '#' '" FACTORIES
Johnson, Hobert Gibson, and --------------------------------- *
James Melvin! Vanhook for William Holton Hamlin m, OLD OR NEW
raping Garnett Feaster. Illegal possession of canna- GRANDIN-Eighty-six year tion was being called to the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
old Homer Sikes, Sr., prob- attention of the state attor-
aby the nation's friendliestgas ney's office for possible cri-
station owner, had rea- minal violation aspects. i STARKE
KEYSTONE MELROSE son to be elated last Thurs- "My daddy is so happy he
I day. could do a jig," said Sikes i Phone 964-6200 FriedrichIt's
Jr., a Putnam County com-
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Local Shell Oil distributor, missioner.The I Rental I
John Torode, who had cut off elderly Sikes has beena Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs & Crutches.
gas to Sikes and at least five familiar sight as he rocksin put together better!
FISHERMVN'S SUPPLIES ( HARDWARE GARDEN other "mom and pop" type an old wooden chair and I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
service stations, filled both throws a friendly wave to
AIR CONDITIONING
CENTRAL
SUM'SFish e of the 1,100-gallon gas tanksat passing motorists traveling Phone 4733176tjrrrrrjrrrrriffrffrrrr
f/ v HAA WARE the Sikes station. State Road 100. ****-*******'************** ** .-- -- -

-1fTStuff GARDEN CENTER Pressure of public opinion
sprinkled with a concerted
Live Bait A complete line of Hdw. effort from the attorney gen-
Crick.t -Shinn.rs-Worms BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS eral's office and Shell Oil
MinnowsTACKLE.RODS.REELS Plumbing & Electrical Supp. Company officials at the Houston -
Gro Tone Fertilizers Texas headquarters, ap- ANNOUNCING
Insecticide parently paid off, accordingto
FISHING & HUNTINGLICENSE'S
AMMUNITIONICE Lumber & Building Materials a family spokesman for
-
Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From Light Sikes.The flllup and resumptionof

Keystone Hgls. 473.4357 Keystone Heights 473.3663TELEVISION fuel service to the station,
however, was with the pro-
CAMP TRAILERS AIR CQND vision that the elderly man
HAMPTON
buy and install an 8,450 gal- CHRISTIAN
THEISES TV & lon storage tank to replace the
APPLIANCE two smaller tanks.In .

Robbie's Camp spite of the financial
Trailer Sales QuasarTV.STERO; hardship In meeting the pro-
visions stipulated by the distributor -
'safety Low Gas C.G. Homer, Sikes Jr., .T' ACADEMY
Price and Gators on lot CAR AND PORTABLE
said, the Installation will be
Hi Low Exclusive TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL made within 120 days.
Towing Insurance ANDRESIDENTIAL According to John Torode,
he will now deliver gas to
JAMES J \\'. ROBINSON.: : PROP AIR CONDITIONING any of his old accounts that this fall
i,5 Miles --. Of Keystone SALES & SERVICE agree to install the larger Opening
4'52035REAL tanks.
KEYSTOfl 473.4651 "We are getting rid of all
the small drops," said To-
ESTATE: AUTO SERVICE rode, "So that they can all
be made by transfer deliv- First Second Third Grades
Kindergarten -
Richard T. Lovorn KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE ery.
Gizmo's Service Station In
K3g. Real Estate Broker Front End Alignment-Speed Keystone Heights has also a-

LAKE PROPERTIES --. Wheel BalancingAir greed has received to the larger a supply tanks of gas-and Kindergarten ((9:00-12:00Noon: ))

RESIDENTIAL 1 i' Conditioning Service oline from Torode after It had
BUSINESSACREAGEINSURANCE ( I Brake Service earlier been cut off. Well's Teach your children how to read
Store at Kingsley Lake, which
Lubrication Oil Change also sold Shell gas, has not
Tune Up'Goodyear been resupplied by the local A t1"IillIf"IIt'llrllill
Keystone Hgt>. 473.3254 dealer. {! program

473-4692 Tires Sikes has operated the gas- ( For children 5 yrs; old by January )
t l. ..I I I
ini Knepper -4" oline station for 56 years, 35
Martha Durbm t"-M lam Fox 4"3-4l-i8 Off 100 Torode cut off his supplieson

i .B. McAtee 4-3-40 KEYSTONE: !HOTS. 473-4052 told June him 8 he without was notice diverting and 1 's_ 2'nd 3'rd Grades

BKVUTYSHOP: S. E. VcKa >. !Kealtor his fuel allocation to areas
most profitable to him.
H'ell'sBeauty S.E. McKAY REALTOR lie owns a number of gas-
Member of Societyof oline stations in the Starke An excellent academic program
Style ShoT Residential Appraisers area, Torode said

"For a Serving This Area For 26 Years State Atty. -Gen. DeputiesDan
ye Dearing and Jerry Ox- Strong emphasis' on character trainingSet
Mrs. Melba Ilgen 473-4740 ner have kept close tabs on
Phone lovel.er. Mrs. Dolores Gilmore 4'73360CMrs. the current gasoline shutoff,
: loanne Gassett 4751622Mr. which Sikes. cited as discriminatory up for the average child hut'n

i< Leslie Robinson 4751035HomesXcreajjeRentals producing above average results!

Heights -;.. 1
.. Modern air-cojiditioncd classrooms!
Melrose S Office Phone 473-4816 Armed


rtLan.ll's ; .I Rays Shell Force Keeping the Bible as our guideline

Boutique Wrecker Service
styles and "'t<.,sories\" d.J We monitor channek 13 C.B. News

Fat The woman Complete 24 HRS !f" Anthony tissue:: son of Mrs, LIMITED OPENINGS IN ALL AREAS

Service .- Margaret. DeSue of 1109
HWY 21 Dotw..n Pine St. Starke received
// AAA his
K'yiton b Melroo Keystone commission as an ensign from
473-2311 / r Day Call 473-3083 Captain K. E. Loux, left, upot I
For
r /Nights: 475-2838 graduation from the Aviation information and enrollnientCall 468-1666
Officer Candidate School.
The 1968 graduate of RJE:
School in
Electrical Contractor
August
Fill Dirt High School and 1972 grad opening

Beach Sand Bell Electric Co. uate of Morehouse College!I
in Atlanta, joined the NaY Bus transportation Available
Cloy FIIITractor ||
| J James W. Bell, Owner In October 1972. SeSue will
Work now move on to the next phaseof
Hank CommeccialResidencial his training leading to his I from selected areas
Bruning _
designation as a Naval Avia-
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS tor or Flight Officer. Low Tuition
Repairs DeSue's wife, Jennie, was
PHONE 473-4761 Electrical Fixtures present for the ceremonies.
Dedicated
P.O. BOX 41 Range Hoods Teachers .

LAKE GENEVA;; Keystone Hgts. 473-3602 'I I IK: 1411 AUFClIW
CU'NTTELEGIA1'll! :

CONTRACTORSTRIANGLE AUTO SERVICE Published e\cry Thursdayat
I3H 1Call Street
"R"ENTERPRISE JOHNSON AUTO TUNE UP Marhe, Florida 32091

General! Repairing -
INC. Engine Rebuilt Second Class: postage paid

GENERAL CONTRACTORSLicensed Insured Minor Automatic Machine Transmission Shop Work al Starhi, HoridaSubscription HAMPTON CHRISTIAN ACADEMY MJ.HAMEL SUPERINTENDENT

featuring Air Conditioning : Rates:

473N.The Linda Cedar Homes Mon.Tire's- Fri.- ISsue 7:30 de.A.M. 6 P.M !In\var trade; :$3.50 area( six: month$6.00) per 1/4/ Mile East"' off 301 on State Rd. 18 MARK BROWN SUPERVISOR

5tRd21 473-3542 S.t. 7:30 1 P.M. Outside> trade area: S7.00
P.O. Box: 657 2110 LAKE GENEVA 473-4117 oer year: $4.00 six months
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LAWTEYBy SENIOR; CITIZENSduring ; CKXXXXXXXXXX5O; Community NewsBy

I It Is a shameful situation
Clubs the next session.
Citizens
Three Senior that today, the people are
Questions were asked
Elliobth Starke and on
Tarry from Hampton, faced with the shenanigans of
Green Cove Springs held an why mobile home owners had Big Oil, Big Meat, and Poul- Givens! Walker
fees Elizabeth
to tag while in
CHURCH SCHEDULES meeting on June pay a
Springs visited them while enthusiastic try producers, Big Indlstrlal
stationary place where
AND ACTIVITIES camping. 26 at the Episcopal Church they Farms, Big Drug Corps., Big fhe annual Women's Dad
Grace United Methodist Miss Elizabeth Terry spent hall In Green Cove Springs, paid ground rent, utilities and Insurance Corps., Big Arma- SCHOOL NEWS Meeting at 7:30.: Wednesday celebration will termlnaU
Church Sunday School 9:4.5: : Monday to Wednesday with The Hampton Club was represented taxes. This question was taken ments which adds up to Big Basic Adult Education night Bible Class at 7:30.: Sunday, June 22. All mem
a.m. Worship Services, II a.m. her sister, Mrs. C. E. Strick- by Ralph Vaughan, under advisement for fur- Poverty for the elderly and classes will start for the Sunday services will begin bers are asked to please cooperate
and 8 p.m. MYF Sunday nightat land In Gainesville. Pres., Josephine Fontaine, ther study and possible act- poor who are suffering from summer session on July 9 with Sunday School at 9:30.PU with tills activity foi
6:30: followed by Choir Denver Godwin of Jackson- Treas. anJ her husband, Bill. Ion.Rep. scarcities and high prices. at RJE School. Classes will Morning service at 11. BY success, then we can say wort
Williams Is will be
Practice.The Batman preparinga meet Monday and Wednesday 5 p.m. Communion
ville spent Sunday with his President Emery The program ended with a well done.
Men's Christian Fel- brother-in-law and sister, opened the meeting, and Interspersed talk and slide program social fellowship hour fea- night from 7 to 10 p.m. All given in the 6:30: services.

lowship of the Church spon- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice his short talk with through which he will explain turing the singing of old-time Interested persons may call Visitors always welcome. Ebenezer Baptist Church,
sored a Fish Fry at the Church and family. humorous stories, enjoyed by the work of our State Govern- songs. "Happy Birthday" Included Vo-Tech, 964-6150 for infor- Rev. Leroy Davis pastor
last Friday evening. Many Mr. and Mrs. David Moore all, after which he asked Joe ment which will be seen and Trudy Sapp of Green mation. Greater Bethel Freewill Weekly services begin with
friends attended. of Jacksonville attended ser- Kerrigan to chair this gath heard at a later date. Cove, and Pete and Lilly John- Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper Bible Class Tuesday night,
Two Important actions CHURCH NEWS Weekly ser-
vices Sunday with their brother ering. were son of Starke. Wedding AnnIversaries Williams pastor. at 7:30.: Prayer Meeting
Highland Baptist Church- and Frank Williams was agreed upon unanimously-. Greater Allen Chapel AME vices began with Ushers Board
sister-in-law, Mr. Rep. were Josephine and Thursday night. 7:30.: Sunday
School 9:45 Wor- and of his That we form an Area Coun- Church, Rev. B, C. Williams, No. 2 and Choir No. 3 meet-
Sunday
a.m. and Mrs. Fred Moore, and Introduced spoke Bill Fontaine of Hampton, and services will terminate with
ship Services, 11 a.m. and were their luncheon guests. experiences at the Legisla- cil of Senior Citizens. The Louis and Bernie Smith of pastor. Sunday School will begin Ing as scheduled at 7:30.: Sen- Sunday School at 9:30. Reg-
Executive Boards of all Clubs services at 10 Morning ior Choir meets each Tues-
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. ture during his first sessionIn Starke. a.m. ular services will be held
Wednesday, 7:30: followed by Daisy Boch and Lynn, Mrs. Tallahassee. lie had filed within Clay, Union, Bradfordand Refreshments were provided service at 11 with the day night. Prayer Meeting July 15. Visitors always welcome -
Baker Counties would Youth In La-
Choir Practice. Tom Whaley and daughters, a bill on the extension of an by the Starke and Green charge. Evening ser each Wednesday night. .
meet at specified times vice Thursday
Mrs. Virgil Griffis and family additional $5,000 Homestead to Cove clubs. 5:30. dles Circle, each
PERSONALS of Palatka, the Martha Exemption which, Frank said, discuss and develop policy Our sincere thanks to the The Sunday School Leagueand night. Friday night Prayer --
Friends of John Starling regret Crews family, Mrs. Rebecca "died In Committee." through which we would workin Bradford School Board for Missionary Convention Band meets. Sunday serviceswill 1he Old 1iz&z.
to learn that he is a Chesser and family, Leon Wil- The people In Florida voted unison to contact our National the use of the school bus to will begin at St. Luke AME begin with Sunday Schoolat
; .
patient In Bradford County kerson and Mrs. Mary Bal- overwhelmingly twice on and State Officials on Pat Watts for his safe driv- Church In Alachua on July 9:30.: Morning service at .:=:5 11, \ \ :,....
the plight of Senior Citizens. 4 5 and 12:15 BYPU 4 .-:;::.. \ (
Hospital. lentine the $10,000 homestead 6. The pastor Is 11. Dinner at : I 10IAN 'I
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. exemp ing; and to Randall Davis, ,
Miss Enza Blanchard of Baker Wilkerson, Mr and Mrs.Wes- tion. The last vote was passedby 2A petition was signed by recreation director, for arranging asking as many as can be p.m. Evening service, 6 p.m. ,n : ; ,
,
all present to be sent to Ken- present. There are three delegates with the Missionaries in :
County Nursing Home, ley Wilkerson and family, and the Legislature extending the trip. \ >
Macclenny, will celebrate her Mr. and Mi;#. Yarborough, all the $10,000 exemption to per- neth E. Dunlap, Delegate-at- Get well cards were sent going from Allen Cha- charge. V// ; ,' {
85th birthday on July 15. Let's of Jacksonville; Louln Red- sons 65 and over who had Large to the White House to Martha Sundun Eunice pel. The pastor and congregationare x \. (! JI if" )

give her a birthday card sho- ding, Mrs. Mandy Blackburn, lived In Florida for 5 yearsor Conference on Aging on Pro- Rasmondo, and Art Lockwood. planning a trip to Pier- I I J "
perty Tax Relief for senior New Bethel Baptist Church third to ren- Cpl (
thata son the Sunday
Frank promised
Miss Barbara Wilkinson, and more. The next meeting will be f.liruofi
wer.Mr. citizens In preparation for Rev. Leroy Davis service. Bus will leave the "...- lu. -, .
and Mrs. Cecil Wadeof Miss Sheila Elixson, of Worthington new bill would be enteredee held at the Pratt Street Cen- pastor. der aplt ;?
Tampa were Saturday over- Springs, gathered at legislation to be entered in ter on July 10 at 1 p.m. Weekly services are as follows church at 9:30. Everyone is tueki. usually rise
night guests of their brother- Long Branch Church after Congress. Joe Kerrigan : Tuesday night Prayer Invited to go on the trip. rUJ
in-law and sister, Mr. and morning services for a family -
Mrs. Fred Moore. They attended reunion and dinner, which Springs, Silver Springs, .

services with tie was enjoyed by all. and Six Gun Territory last .OGUiIT.S...... .......
Moores. Mrs. Jack Kuhne and family week. They spent Monday and ''IIU
Mrs. Tom Whaley and and Mrs. Carolyn Holmes Tuesday nights with her uncle ';;. '
daughters and Mrs. Nellie and family camped at Salt and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Wilkinson, visited her daugh- Springs, near Ocala, Thursday Monroe Padgett of Lake
ters, Mrs. Virgil Griffis and to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wales. Wednesday night they
family and Mrs. Malnes Griffls stayed In Daytona Beach, and
and children of Palatka, Charles Simmons and family returned home Thursday af-
on Wednesday, of Atlanta, were their ternoon.
i. Mrs. Jack Kuhne and fam- guests Thursday night and

ily went camping at Manatee Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor- + .t',

Springs last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Norman and man were Saturday overnight OMN DAUV 9 TO 9; i 8 { \' .
Mrs. James Norman ? ,
: Mrs. Wm. Mobley of Tam- and sons t -
: pa and Mrs. Nannette Hughes went to Disney World, Cypress guests ter-in-law of their, Mr.son and anddaugh-Mrs. .;SUNDAYS?.. .......,_...._ A"III.-i ft r.i. *. +i .I q ... .1

t and children of Green Cove Gardens Week Wach- Reggis Norman, of Ichtuck-
nee Springs. '

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice,
of Graham, visited their pa-
i GAINESVILLE rents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Eunice and family Tuesday


I 1 Business Directory night.Mr. and Mrs. James D. -- .-.. -

Kelly of Jacksonville were Powa, a I Preston Q
Friday overnight guests of A I bob
AUTO SVLESBRASINGTON/ GARDEN SUPPLIES their son and daughterinlaw -
isL -II II I I
oil
; Mr and Mrs. George j 11' ii-: ;

Johnson & Paris, Inc. Kelly and family. TREATMENT max I a1 y
Mr. and Mrs. James Phil- k ADO TOo / r- o
I CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE SEEDSPLANTS A so Line ANrIrAF jGy
lips, Jr., Coleman and Billy 'i
ln ecticid. P.t
Suppli r
SALES & SERVICE > -
Phillips, Leslie Phillips, and
Fin. selection of Used Cart W R.nt FERTILIZERS Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Sr., gathered -
Taken On Cadillac Trad Frlilnr Spreaderi
at the home of her
2001 N.W. >3th Ph. :778-5301 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378.0476 son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Gaskins, last 8 OUNCE FESCO 32 GAL ON JOHNSO 'S 1 GALLOit'SJ.P A
BEAUTY ACADEMY
GLASSPOWELL'S Friday night, to help their GAS TREATMENT GARBAGE CAN BABY OIL 10 OZ. PRESTONE ANTIFREEZE
mother, Mrs. O. J. PhillipsSr.
LIDDELL ., celebrate her birthday

Beauty Academy. Glass Company anniversary. = E rDhsum

Learn a Profe..ion In Your Mrs. J. W. Thomas and

Spar. Tim.. Full or Part "Glost For Every Purpose" Jay of Live Oak spent Friday
Price wa. 21H5 D..uo'. P" .. w. ;., g Db.aum Pa.. w.. rt9 New Preslone II round 'j
I
Time Store Front Mirror with her parents, Mr. and Limit 2 year '
219 N.W. 10 th. 378.2766 Mrs. Fred Moore. 8 ounce Double power gas Fejco plastic with lock lid Johnson& Johnson Double protection you con trust Y. O' Ill!
Tub Encloture Shower ,
Iremmant.HaIpstunaengmo for .indoor or outdoor. Antifreeze onli-boil
Glass Mrs. Bryant Reddish attended Tipped Swabs wo-. 69c # s

Furniture Replaced Top Macclenny the Barber-Rowe on Sunday.Mr. Reunionat Flea Collar s .. .

and Mrs. A. B. Wainwright
ELECTRIC -
NEW LOCATION Sr., and Mrs. Llssle
Motor Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville Starling, of Jacksonville, were IIi !!

Of Gainesville. Inc. 372.8191 372.1102 daughter Friday overnight, Mrs. Elsie guests Norman.of her

R.pairing Rewinding PICTURE FRAMES On Saturday, they, with Mrs.
New And Used James Norman and sons, and
2816 N.W. 6th Ph. 372-8318 Creative Nora Starling, went on a fish- SAVE 21% SAVE 3.01 16AVOUNCE% SAVE 11'7. '
Custom Framing f Ing trip to Rodman's Dam VAPORETTE EAGLE 12"OSCILLATING 1 GALLON .
MOVERS With near Palatka. DOG FLEA COLLAR FAN PLASTIC TUMBLERS DECANTER PITCHER

Long Distance A l ___
Moving
Storage Packing Personal Frank Wainwright of Apopka E = aD

Crating Shipping Touch was a Friday overnight
Fre Oval Mats Prints Originals guest of his mother, Mrs. DI.unr P.ic. w..a6c DI".,nt Pelt. wo.22:96 Di..auw Diftouitl. P.... *..... (c
Estimate Call 90 day instant flea killor
'Iruby Walnwrlght, and his Pushbutton,3speect ULIisted Rainbow tumblers.4 colors Amoco 1 gallon graduated.

Wildlife Drawings Etchings son-in-law and daughter, Mr. ... .
372-4366 373.4610 and Mrs. Emory Eunice and .. .. {
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200 N.E. 16th. 3731 W. Univ. family. .JO rI ::: I
Mrs. James Norman and r"

MUSIC .son. Joseph, and Nora Star- I
Vim Service, Inc. ling, treated Mr. and Mrs. lJ
3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'ville Vernon Starling to a dinner I I'OI
BALDWIN
372-4271 on Sunday celebrating their :
23rd Wedding Anniversary.Mrs. \ : ,." o \1"
AUTO SALES SERVICE PIANOS & ORGANS SAVE 15% SAVE 13% SAVE 207.

BLOUNT A. C. Kirkland, Sr., LBS. EAGLE 14 OUNCE SIX CORK ANCHOR HOCKING 10-PC.
PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS and Calvin, and Mr. and Mrs. FURNITURE POLISH GLASS COASTERS SET

GMS. INC. Bob Jones and son of Starke,
eLOUNT /J;;, attended Rev Elbert Knight's 'AGmNlN' ri:: GLAm 1

funeral In Jacksonville, Ala., t

MUSIC Co. on Monday. Mrs. Kirkland and Granular concentrate that Di...,,, P.,.. w..y&C DI.n, P,,.. W.. [AC Di., ..,,' P.... w.J.i3"
Calvin spent Sunday and Mon- controls growth of algae. 14 ounce. With lemon oil Cork inlaid decorator colors. Pagoda design. 12 ounce. .
G'vill. Shopping C.n. day nights with the family. e eS
Factory AuthornedPo". 372-5351 The Jones visited with their sr-&'-..".. :"--; w +

Sol.Parts c S.rvic. brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Banks.
210 N. Main Gainesville, Fla.

372-2581 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roberts S I n .: t sal t
NE ;
CAMPER SALES & SERVICE Ilr( 1 Mt.ll* Hm. of Miami, were Satur-

*.f.lr t Sn"FUf, Inc. day overnight guests of their
son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
LI Authorised Dealers and Mrs. Danny Norman. --
Oamesv ille I SAVE/ SAVE 17% SAVE 24%
For Evans-Int.rth.m Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kel- SAVE 21'7. 16 OUNCE 8 OUNCE SECRETANTIPERSPIRANT VASELINE .
CAMPER MART INC. ly and family of Lake Worth PETROLEUM JELLY et '
,.
Si &
gl.r Heating
I
were Saturday overnight
3111 .H... Main Gainesville Air Conditing Equip. guests of their parents,' Mr. 'iiiAN 'iiiNT : E: 1Mi!

378-2954 T Bay Service Depr.Complete Accessories Supplies and Mrs. Hermle Kelly. :

Camping Store Mrs. A. C. Kirkland, Sr. Di., ..,,' P.... fo.J.A9' DI..un. Pr'!.. ...J-W; Pi.c.unt P" .. .
wa.yrC
Parts and Service and Calvin, visited her daugh No buffing auto wax |lust
: Sales: Concord, Volunt..r, ter-in-law, Mrs. A. C. Kirkland Withneoprene flexible spout, wax and shine, .Long lasting. 8 ounce dry formula. ounce1'losr.cnursery. .

Sin, k.y, Midas, Adventure Jr., In St. Vincent's

Wheels, "Norris' Monitor, Fan, 4500 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville Hospital on Thursday.Mrs. SENSATIONAL SUMMER CLEARANCE ON SHOES, WOMEN'S AND GIRLS' CLOTHING !
Explor.r Sports Coach
: 378.8902 Edith Swlnney was a
last Sunday overnight guest tt. wrALL. Nrtl1 3* MEW LEATHER s >> \
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of her son-in-law and daughter d o A L s'rvt.eslN AtoAls 5. s a LOAFERS r"y, w '' iAU.'U6; WOMEN'S ALL GIRLS'

Mrs. C. K. North and 14 .+ s: >fr't' / "t tc,,, DUSTERS SHIFTS tic BLOUSES
P
.'ac* v AND BLOUSES
family In Jacksonville. Mr. > > rM tr S7U
COBIA
and Mrs. S. L. Swindell and a ALL WOMEN'S DHESJ? ') ;Sihes5Ml. ( r +

FABUGLAS GAINESVILLE JOHNSON sons joined them Sunday eve "; AND CASUAU .. 'and. 32 to 38. / j 0 N0' 2lALL
r- MOTORSF' ning and they enjoyed a cook- tflr5 ' t f
/ 4 9 cl 5>1 i 1 NOW SHELLS,

MA out.Mrs.. Bernice Thomas of St. e t1 #;, i 't' PANT TOPS
.I"C. ,, jfL1.61RLI' ORE>kS SHOES ,
Augustine was a guest of Mr. AND CULOTTE
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and Mrs. S. L. Swindell and --- DRESSES

..' 1030 E. University Avenue sons on Sunday. : \ Sea 1 to 14
Gainesville Florida Mr and Mrs. J. F. Robertson < 10.18 : ( ._} ALL SLACKS
attended the funeral of ALC STRIPEp SNEAKERS ; .
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"at, 14
Phone 378-1591 LYNN HAMILTON George Carroll In Jackson- r., S'ln' 3 to fix> and 7 to

ville on Saturday. aFP' x ;$3'A '+ 'wtt srb ; S%. 4 ti,'dNIUIEN"Sn : 0 '" __..; ,w.. Jm..JM"$1
5511P Johnson 14T! Fabuglas Trailer $1495 Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Cowan -

120 ilP Cruiser 17' of Jacksonville, were USE IF YOU'RE NOT SHOPPING AT EAGLES
Mercury Larson Trailer $1795 guests of their parents, Mr. OUR CONVENIENT STARKE FLORIDA
t 160 HP Mercury Cruiser 19' Larson Cruiser Tandem and Mrs. J. F. Robertson and I YEAR ROUND FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE, YOU'RE NOT ,
> PHONE
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Mrs. Edith Swinney on Saturday SAVING MONEY!
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I HAMPTON AREA NEWSBy Firemen Answer 2 Calls Union's Garnet Dukes I



By Josephine Fontaine To Phillips Home Sat Retires From ASCSGarnet

& !NEIGHBORSIt If A -
RECREATION Sir1! for the past 14 years.
was reported to me that Two separate fires broke flames the fire department L. Dukes has retir- itrs Lavan
The regular monthly teen- s I Ir They have Ut( sons; ,
Mrs. Annie Byrd Is to havea out in the home of Ernest received a second call at ed ,after serving 21 years as the
with Departmentof
dance held last Sat- who Is
kidney operation. She was age was Phillips on West Cyprus 7 p.m. and returned to finda y # county executive director of Education In Talla:1: :JJIJ....
to have entered the Medical urday night in the Hampton Street Saturday doing an estimated second fire in the living the Union County AgrilcuZtureStablllzatlo and Terry who Is with the

Center yesterday. Annie Is City Hall. There was a good $5,500 in damages.The room area. .i and Conservation Division of Corrections at
the wife of Jasper Byrd and attendance and all enjoyed the Service (ASCS). Baler.Lake.
the daughter of Mrs. Reva evening with dancing to rec- first fire broke out at The second fire was then Ills retirement was officially Lalo

Barnes. The Barnes family ords. Chaperones presentwere 3:10 p.m. and was containedIn shortly extinguished. No recognized by about 55
have been residents of Brad- Mrs. Charalend Rodriguez the den and kitchen of the one was injured but three co-workers and friends at a ButlerSlrcctSigns

ford County for the past 20 Mrs. Betty Davis Mr. house according to the Starke rooms Including extensive -1 1.r dinner June 22 in Lake City.

years. The Byrds have a baby and Mrs. Ted Curtis and Fire Department. Cause of smoke damage to the rest of Frank Pope state executive

five weeks old. Mrs. Byrd's Mr. and Mrs. Hank Lott.Marshall the fire was listed as an else- the house was estimated at director for AilCS from

sister Shirley Torsyth is Parker was also pre- trical short in the den. 5500. Gainesville, presented Dukes LefLBlw1k

taking care of the infant. sent. with a Certificate of Service,
Mrs. Beta White and son After taking approximately The same house caught fire stV and he was also given other
have returned to their homeIn MEETINGS TO REMEMBER 40 minutes to extinguish the nearly a year ago the cause moments In recognition for The newly installed namelesson street

Midland City Ala. after Senior Citizens Friday July listed as an electrical short. I his many years of faithful markers standing of streets and
visiting for two weeks with 6, 7:30 p.m. Inmates service. the corners
Butler
werea
In Lake
Mrs. White's parents Mr. City Council -- Tuesday Altogether Dukes devoted avenues
'" and Mrs. Tom Hardy. July 10, 8 p.m.BIRTHDAYS Ballet Class Ford Wins Managershipwarcl 28 years to government work topic for council discussion meeting at a.

Mr. and Mrs. Rene Rodri- ArriveAt Pe'tt'! to coming with ASCS, recent city
E Dekle
quez of Detroit, Mich are : he served In the U.S. Army Councilman J.
Being Taught Arthur W. Brock (Left), service manager at moved that the markers be left
; visiting with their son and Belated greetings to Cha- worked with the VA hospitalIn
family, Mr. and Mrs. George ralend Rodriguez whose Union Terwillegar Motors is shown being presentedwith Lake City and wth the blank.E.Dekle Shaw and who CouncilmanJohn secondedthe

liodrlquez, and friends in birthday was June 28. AtSantFe Bronze Award In the 1972 Medallion Man Quartermaster Corps Camp motion, wanted space put
Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
tinez.Starke SENIOR CITIZENS Co. JailEight "Gainesville Is ripe to expand ager Program sponsored by the Ford Marketing Blanding.Born and reared in Du'toa, on the election ballot for June the 26 city so council the

Tracy Bruno is entertain- Mr. and Mrs. W. Fontaineand in the area of dance. Corporation. Presenting the award is M.C. Hobart a smill community about six people could decide whether
ing her cousin Desiree Lack Ralph Vaughan of the miles southwest of Lake But-
need awaken- numbersto
Lots of people district they wanted names or
from the
prisoners manager.
from East Meadow Long Island ]Hampton Senior Citizens attended arrived ingsomething creative to ler he has served as mayorof be used to designate the
New York. This is De- the District Business Orange County Jail Cherie Sa- \Worthington Springs since of
do states Ms. town.
slree's first visit to Florida. meeting of this area of Sen- Friday for a transient stay loor, ballet Instructor at San- S The award reflects I the superior I level of man- the town was Incorporated in byways There was no further action
Jail
She is the daughter of Mr. ior Citizens held at Green in the Union to Union County County Sheriff according ta Fe Community College In agement ability I demonstrated in Terwillegar's\I 1961 and Is a charter member taken on the subject when it
and Mrs. Ronald Lack. Mrs. Cove Springs. The meetingwas of the loca::: Farm Bureau by Mayor Margie
Gainesville.A was opposed
Lack is Mrs. Bruno's sis opened by the presi- John H. WhItehead new non-credit course In exceeding their sales objective during 1972 of American Legion Pjut 153 Cason and Councilman Wil-
of the
Two eight prisoners
ter.Mr. dent of the Green Cove Springs arrived basic ballet will be held and a trustee of the Worth: liam White. Voting was left
who Friday were
and Mrs. Wtlford Fon- Club who turned the meet- found to have medical prob- at SFCC this summer start- Ington Springs United Methodist at a tie two for It and two
taine were delighted when ing over to Joe Kerrigan pre- : Church. ,
June 27. Ballet will against
lems and immediately Ing pro- National
were Mi/xjlJ Named To
their son Thomas and wife sident of the Starke Club. transferred to the State Prison vide beginners In dance Dukes is also chairman! City Clerk Llnnie Cone
Maureen and their two daughters Mr. Kerrigan then introduced and Medical Center basic development In body the Union County Housing Authority when asked when the blank

Melissa and Stephanie State Representative Frank Reception Just outside of Lake Butler placement, movement, breath Savings And Loan CoinniiUcc a member of the Com markers might be lettered
arrived from Bridgeport, Williams who was main control and ballet positions.This munity Action Board and Is a replied "I think some of the

Conn. Thomas and Maureen speaker.Mr. The sheriff's departmenthas course will aid in developing Institutions has been createdto director from Union County on stencils are in now but 1 don't
plan to spend a week here Williams spoke of his entered Into a program coordination, free- B.F. Mlzell, Jr., Presidentof study and provide a forum the CUBE Economic Ago..lcy.lI expect they will get done until
before touring South Florida. concern for the elderly and dom and flow of the Guaranty federal Savingsand associa- =s wife Frances has been after the election.World's .
with the state to provide secure body exercise unique to mutual type
has
Master Sgt. John R. Has- his desire to help In any way keeping for prisoners and conditioning are Loan Association tions. postmistress at Worthington

lett, Jr. received his Certl- that he can. Mr. Kerriganthen awaiting entrance to the state vital functions of the class been appointed to the 1973
flee of Retirement from the told of a woman who stated Committee on Mutual Insti-
and ballet In general
Armed Forces on July 1. He needed out-patient care after prison tutions of the United States

was with the Air Force being in the hospital. She was Under by the Union plan County given commissioners approval Ms.Ms.Saloor.Saber who recently Savings and Loan League. I I Fastest, Most I Dangerous' I Game7pm
The appointment was announced -
throughout his service career shifted from place to place at the June 5 meet moved to Gainesville from "
lie also received the including the Bradford County ing the only items requiredfor New York has extensive experience by Richard G. Gilbert bet It!
of Canton Ohio Pre- .an.d.you can on
.
Meritorlus Service Medal Hospital as she had no the prisoners during their In ballet Including .
for outstanding service while money for these services. stay at the Jail will be room study at the Washington Schoolof sident of the League prin- .
assigned to the Tactical Air State Representative Williams and board Ballet and the National cipal nationwide trade organ- .

Command's Airborne Com- said that if these cas- When asked what type of School of Ballet,other schoolsas ization of the savings and DAILY .. .
mand Post, 8 Airborne Com- es were reported to him, he prisoners would be sent here well. loan business and has approximately except .,. !!!S

mand and Control Squadron will make every effort to see Whitehead said he had real The course will meet from 4,800 savings associations ..
Seymour Johnson Air Force that something is done aboutit. hard" cases. Most of the men, 9:30: -11 sun.Wednesdays and and cooperativebanks Sundays \ .,. ....,

Base N. C. he said are sentenced to two Fridays at the SFCC West as members. Gilbert Matinees_ ) \ 6J_

Not only was Sgt. Haslett to three years or less. Campus Auditorium 732 West Is also president of Citizens 12 Noon 'L'j'7

honored but his wife Peggy In the business meeting a Whitehead said it only costs University Ave., beginning Savings and Loan Associationof Wed. & Sat. =/ff / ; IAr
Vaughan Haslett, received a motion was carried that the him about $1.25 a day to feed June 27. The registration fee Canton, Ohio. : .
Certificate of Appreciation for executive officers of the clubs the prisoners and that while for Ballet will be $15. The Committee on Mutual __

her unfailing support and understanding represented in the area, forma the exact amount the county I .
-Snack Bars-Beverages-
that helped to group to represent the var- would receive for looking after r: 1 Air Conditioned-Theater Type Seating

make her husband's service ious clubs and carry the problems the Inmates was not yet set Union HireHospital :S Newdminisirator r \\1 Free Parking- State Law You must be 18J

career possible.The of the elderly to the tled it should run about $7 !J J% Adm. $1 inc. Tax For Information. 591-2345
Hasletts and their children State Officials If necessary. to $8 dollars per day or about
are visiting with Mrs. This group will meet oncea $1,500 per month The money A SR 31S JUST EAST US 441.2 Ml. EAST OF I 1.75 ALL SEATS ONLY $1.00

Haslett's parents Mr.! and month. The time and place will be handed to the county

Mrs. Ralph Vaughan, before to be announced later. The and Whitehead said It is hoped
going to their home in Illi Clubs represented were that the funds will be used for I

nois. The oldest son, John Starke Melrose, Keystone additional staff needed at the A retired lieutenant colonel

Robert Haslett m, left July Heights Green Cove Springsand jail. from the U, S: Army Medical Laz warehouse summer clearance
1 for the U. S. Air Force Hampton. Sheriffs deputies In Union Service Corps has been hiredas 4 gigantic \

Academy at Colorado Springs Happy Birthday was sing County currently work a 56- administrator for the Union

Colo. He was accepted on a to the people having birthdays hour work week with staggered General Hospital by hospital eL ;Iaa: o,. PHILCOLIBEHAl Term,TO
Presidential appointment to in June this included coverage for the heaviest trustees I
the Academy. Mrs. Fontaine. workload periods each day James H. Nichols 44, took TRADE.IN ALLOWANCE
,
his duties Monday and said I For your Old' ft.frlgerotor' Trod 'In Mult Be l.tt Than
up 10 Vxin Old' and ,In Acc.ptoble Walking' Condition Budget
his first order of business } fYr

would be to become orientedto III17 170 CU FT
the hospital and the com- 0 ROPS'INb fd r4rvlt FROST FIFE i1/
LONG AFTER MANY OF .
munity It serves. Nichols Ice r SIDE BY SIDIREFRIO. q1i
said that whim he was aware '
FREEZER
of some problems It would be I I Ipghl _
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YOU HAVE WOUND 1 a matter of evaluating the _" 141 Ib capacity Freerer '""
Four admirable cantilever ihelvei
NO FRTAA CXAAOF /
services required by .
medical .
White, Avocado, Harveil Galdilli
FOA COLOR ..
the community and then seeing ..rl. s .NfINpM
THE CLOCK what he and the hospital staff 1 W0.I .

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training as a hospital administrator 07CF 37fR -- j CU FT
he spent 26 years In 16 CU FT "NO FROST" UPRIGHTFREEZER
15.3 CU. FT. CHEST FREEZER 14 3 CU FT "NO FROST" REFRIGERATOR
CAT OUT. ) the military service and durIng Store. 5335 'Ibi. hoi.. REFRIGERATOR FREEZER IPCR Ice M.huAbove) ) Iuih.ln' :a (n.h'
-.1, .! that time took basic as- food e: (Above) .....".bl. D.... ,.... 430 Ibi.frocen .
u Removable .,.,... j' ?
S 102 cantilever ih.lvei food
Lb frail Free Freoier Adl
sociate and career officers b.k.t 199"J Whit., Copper, H....., I Ic.,.... ...... 9 Ibi I....b., D... ih.lt dear
courses offered in military O Spring; I loaded: Geld Avocado White, Avocado. Harveit Gald ..toroaaBottom
adiuilable lid hlng.
medical services by the Med Trlmwall ,...Iaol.. EVEN LESS Reguler $381 IITr.d Regular $349 9S tray for
WITH TRADE .-in to $ 40 00 Trod-in up to $ 5000 -J bulky food
WE AT HANDY WAY ARE J ical Service Officers Corps. up White
from 303 CU, FT CHEST FREEZER $15? 95 AA law W.th. ....
Nichols who retired AllswAt $2488. $29995 SW $19995-.....
,
33 3 CU FT CHEST FREEZER $799 *' Trad. !
with the at
Army -
STILL STANDING BY... active duty
Fort Bragg N, C.. on Jan.
31, 1972 holds an associateIn l Tr 0e'' / / t.; d I
'CASE YOU FORGOT TO BUY arts degree from Enterprise NbI' / LARGE CAPACITY

State Junior College In d LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE AUTOMATIC WASHER
Ala. where he For Your Old Refrigerator Trade In Mutt be lei. Than =
SOMETHING FOR Enterprise (Right)
10 Veari Old and In Acceptable Work ng Condition
was an arts major NicholsIs five way wo.hing. '
the fifth administrator hired action.
.3 rtn.etRegular

BREAKFAST... OR NEED by the board of trustees since If V11d IyMiR i ...... cycle&, permanent*

the hospital opened In December I'' "' Ih I... Lets
SOME HOUSEHOLD ITEM AT of last year. $19995 Wl'h T..d.1'AW.
administrator
Harrell Lynch last r ro
hired by the board NO Ex/RA CHARGE i -
THE LAST MINUTE. resigned after less than two n I FOR COLOR

weeks on the job. Details are I ELECTRIC DELUXI DRYER
still not available from the e (I.HI,

YES WE STAY UP CLEAN TO trustees as to the problem of fY I .. Permanent 4 Temp, letting pr.i..cycle
hiring and keeping an adminIstrator 03ERU -I-/- 04GH W...., Avocado.Harveil Gold
on the Job as well as I? I I CU FT "NO FROST"REFRIGERATOR 90 ." "NO-FA05T" S17995 1-...
it n SlDE-oi-. REFRIGERATOR With T.od.
ELEVEN O'CLOCK EVERY Information on why Lynch and (with lulIMn Ice Mok.r) (Above.)
j others have left the hospital (Above, .. Separate refrigerator' ftfreeier -
Cantilever 23EX
after relatively short time on ,.'h.I... con-l" 1.... -
14 CU. FT. "NO-FROST" S.poral getalor & Cantilever In .aF
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NIGHT. AND ISN'TTHAT is the fifth control* refrigerator tection. NO EXTRA CHARGE '
.. the job Nichols 0<0" ....
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the REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER Freeier I ISO Ibst.vertible ,....., ..,.. 247 lb., FOR COLOR

administrator opened Union named hospital to (Adptbl' for leo Meter) : Whit.. Avocado Door: Ha'.... White frotert, fo Avocado M. Harvett gold' 30" ELECTRIC HANOI
A COMFORT TO newly : (tevertible Door On roller* Gold I ..,. .. t3Tradein
p Preoier itoret 116 lb.. : White' Avocado, Readier $34 5Trede.ln 1459 R..h'l( )
fro ten food Harvelt Gold Allowance Allowanceup .lad lurface unlttI
Regular $lll ItTredo *. I.w *. up to 5000 to 6000 *> White It I/of, A.-.dada.,
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KNOW! VET NEWSVeterans Allowent.,* .Tew-AtY" --::- low A* Morv.it Cold
up to $ 40 00 i24ga;$29995T.dh. $399** $1 CO95i. ti
WUh Tod. I .3 7 Wllh Trade 131EIr

seeking employ- 30' Oeluu ELECTRIC RANGE .
SLEEP'WELL... YOUR ment with state or federal governments -- i W Westinghouse WITH MOCK CONTROLLED OVEN
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may be eligible for I I ifl.NAu( time center itarttand
i AUTOMATIC WASHER (Shown left) itopt even
In .
special preference. some ..I' Speed broil meaton
tears
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HANDY-WAY IS AWAKE Instances the wives widows ..,"1. 25..01.,2 Cycle*w/per r- both dun
I "- marten! pro..rd._ Whit.. Avocado,Harveil Oold
and mothers of certain disabled T e White ft A

vt 1j'(/;- veterans also may be $239 95 With Fran Trade I... tt 1 i NO IXYR A $ 23995"Wllh Cv.Trod.Leii
similar preferences -
entitled to CHA/GI '
ELECTRIC DRYER (Shown R'.hlll' | ) h' FRONT LOAD F-ORTAILI
according to Florida's e 3 position temp .elector, I fOR COLOR DISHWASHER ,Iliahtlv
[ OPEN FROM 7:00 TO 11:00 EVERY DAY
: : |I"- Veterans Affairs Director e Two cycle. Rlnie and detergent
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Regarding employment with ,d L .J $179951.nln. vitemOn $2399'hO.L...
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kali preference is given to ---------------------------------------------------------------

Handu-10ai veterans with an honorable Owned Rv Rill Wilson! 128 W. Walnut St. Sturke

discharge.
| Under federal civil service

regulations the spouse of a
veteran disabled in service

and whose disability would

FOOD STORES disqualify him/her for civil "

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1n $i1w vi. Adams of Starke fired The two along with thirda Adams, son of Dr. and Mrs.H. On the second 18, Adams ish the second 18 with a 74
one-under-par 143 Friday place finisher John Dodd, of H. Adams took an early was one over par before a for a two round total of 143
to tie Leo Haden of Jacksonville Phoenix Arizona, will now lead. He was three under par birdie on number 16 put him and a tie with Adams for top
1 lt e;,"'fl 'l n" ;A for top honors In the receive an all expense paid after the first five holes. On at even par. He then paned honors.
a ..o d ry4j.9 North Florida Pub Links Quatrip to Flander, New Jersey, Adams, 22 and a Junior at
lifying Tournament held at the to compete in the U.S. Ama- .lL ?r .JIll f M. ""- the University; of Georgia,fin
Brentwood Country Club In ter Public 'Links Champion- ished fourth last year in the

at Jacksonville, June 27. ship, July 9. ., qualifying tournament after
leading going Into the final
nine holes.
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P >r For Older ,".., Ji t r r tQ ThisWeekend
GroupFollowing
PO' ,T PO ICES r$ r.
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Friday night's 14- two years the recreation de-
0 defeat at the hands of Palatka partment and Bradford High
and the lack of Interest on have tried to organize a sum Eleven area softball teams
the part of the ball players mer program.The games have are expected to compete In
r themselves, there Is now been scheduled, the equipment .., Starke this weekend in the
grave uncertainty as to the available and the coaches Y t iV Norman's Farm Invitational
\ Ii 1 11 y1N 6 future of summer baseball In there The kids just don't Slow-Pitch Softball Tournament -
Starke and at Bradford High bother to show upl"' y al N.rt7..L ,. .
Members of Police, league leading bantam baseball team ((1-r) are: First row: School.
Whether or not summer The Tourney will get underway -
Junior Shoening, Randy Edmondson, Ricky Edmondson, Tod Samons, and By The story is the same as baseball will be continuedat ? Thursday at the West-

ron Roberts. Second row: Dinky Kilby, Michael Jackson, Kevin Heel, John Ta- last year-- Just a lack of ( least for the 15-17 year side Park with the championship -
interest by the players them- old group) or the remainderof a. ? game scheduled for Sun-

turn, Cooch-Jerry McGriff.Lawtey. selves. Friday night,the Bummer the games cancelled, now i, l iitiii.( c. .": .. day afternoon.
Tornadoes played without seems largely dependent upon v '
the services of six startersand the participation the coaches 'I- Competing for top honors
were bombed 14-0 by Pa- get this week. ri will be two local teams, Bla-
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latka. "It is Just becoming embarrassing ? locks and the host Norman's
Booms 1 77ByHaplessHamptol1 Last summer, nine of the to the school and s tip t. Farm team. Two teams are
Tornadoes' 15 scheduled the community," said Bus- ; .' expected from Lake City, two
games had to be cancelled hore. "r from Macclenny, two from
Gainesville, two from Ocala
Starke didn't have nine
cause Starke also has a 13 and
and from Del and.
players to send out on the 14-year-old team In its sum- '< one
r field mer baseball program whichat \\c Trophies will be awardedto
"Palatka practices all summer the moment Is not in dan- ,, t-;:<-:,' the top three finishing teams

long, Just like itwas ano- ger of being discontinued, according ..{,<"'.- and to the top two Individuals.
ther season, and is always to Bushore. The team :. .:: Admission will be $1.00 for a

Lawtey moved to within half less Hampton 17-7 In Men's Baldwin-Chevrolet Is cur- hard to beat," said Coach has 14 or 15 players turn out + $ h # ....,: rt1-1 11'! ;' tournament pass.
game of third place and Bald- Softball League !action Thurs rently third In league stand- Steve Bushore. "When you regularly for practice. '
win-Chevrolet by ripping hap- day night.SHRUBS. Ings with a 2-3 record, but are without six starters" It Lack of experienced play- (
is next to impossible.
.. .. .... with the win Lawtey Is now ers were evident In Friday
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I Just a half a game back with As for the boys that didn't night's loss as the Torna- My Neighbors
I I a 2-4 mark. With the loss, show up, "Those players Just does committed 14 errors. ..:.;irr ., ,r
&. FORSUMMER Hampton remains winless. had better things[ to do, that "Danny McKinney did real s
I is the only way I can put good Job said Bu-
The game was close the pitching, Local golfer Bill Adams prepares to sink a putt
Y first five Innings with Ham- it, said Bushore. shore. "IT was Just that every -
l f "We know If time hit from fifteen feet out during practice Friday. Adams ..
pton Jumping to a quick 1-0 never even we they the ball, .
vy.PLANTiNr lead in the second Inning as are going to even have e- we would make an error of three time Club champ at the Starke Golf and Country :=, ::::::-

L : Steve Varnum tripled and nough players to play, much some kind. Club, can be seen on the local golf course a
scored sacrifice by less rnmpeteIhavetocallupthe "When we went over to Pa-
:& Azaleas Richard on Johns.a boys Individually and nearly latka, I had only In my life lot this week as he practices for the upcoming National t 0

$1.69 up beg them to play.That's not seen two of the kids play ) Publinks Tourney In which he will compete.the s ,
Lawtey took the lead for the way it should be, they s
Viberniiiii $ 169 the first time in the bottomof should be thankful for a chance baseball. They were McKinney --
up the third, scoring four to play. and Tommy Wise. The back nine, Adams ran Inno.. 17 and 18, to finish the /t p J uG Zl
six hits. Larry "A good summer baseball others Just Hdn't show up." to trouble and finished the first second 18 holes with a 72
Li runs on
;ustrull1 $1.79 up Brown scored the goaheadrun program Is geerallyrecogni- McKinney finished the night 18 holes with a one under par for a 143 total. ,.
with eight strike and 71, two strokes behind Haden's ?*x\
outs
after his single. ed as a key to a good high Haden had a one stroke edge

l Flowering Trees 15 % Off Trailing 4-1, Hampton came school team and for the past (See Page 9)) 69. but boggled number 18 to fin- "Ha, foiled again!"

back to tie the game 4-4 In
the top of the fourth, scoring I
Plant now for three runs on three hits. .

summer lawnsArgentine DredAerosol Lawtey went ahead to stay ENREE OUR PRINTER'S
In the fifth Inning, pushingsix ,
runs across the plate
spray on ---
Lb. seven hits. Leading 16-7,
.99 contains Lawtey scored its final run WORLD TURNED UP SIDE
m In the seventh Inning as Lloyd
Bahia Seed SOLb Diaznon. Gllpln singled and came homeon
a triple by Mike Henderson. -
45.00 gyred Excellent DOWN LAST WEEK '
Lawtey slammed 26 hits off '. ._ '
Pensacola spyy for losing pitcher Bobby Broughton a
Lb. with Steve Cox and Lloyd N.a
Crawford both going four-for-
.57BahiaSeedSOLb Roaches
five. Larry Brown and Lamar '
Sanford both collected three She has almoststraightened

t 99 hits each In a winning effort. ,; ;, 1 ,i ,
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25.00 Mike Patrick the it
t was game out
I I winning pitcher, allowing II o( ti
t
y "
Ecology I hits. '

I I Bobby Autry was the big ba t but not Quite :
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Engineered I I for Hampton, going three-for-
three. David Eiland also ha Six one Pop I I I two hits in three times at bat.
In

gal. pkgs! I over Baldwin-Chevrolet third place In the had leagui takel: She got a

standings Wednesday night a
I
in each\fir they breezed 10-2 past LawteyIt .

carton' was lop-sided affair
with Baldwin taking a quick computer to set
3-0 lead In the second inning -
ONLY I In the third, Baldwinput
the game on Ice as David
98 Bennett slammed a two run typeAnd -
1 homer and Eddie Douglas followed
with a three run round
0I
tripper, giving Baldwin a I
quick 8-0 lead. you have heard
a
Baldwin then coasted, add-
ing two runs In the top of the about how '
I seventh for Insurance after .?. .: computers .
Lawtey scored one run In the
fourth and one In the fifth. treat people..

Baldwin outhlt the losers
16-5 with Bennett and Douglaa
both going three-for-four,
Sloppy Crawford led Lawte, WELL ENREE IS FIGHTING
to
Easy use with aperiectthree-for-th tea I ,. P' '

record at the plate. (',:,;;; THE MACHINE AND WINNING-

JUST POP PACKET IN SPRAYER James Watts was the toepitcher ):':
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while Mike Patricktook ,
n 0 I n. GARDEN SPRAYS the loss.A ON HERMACHINE. '

big fourth Inning rally
Inabled both Cunningham Gulfand Call !'
Hampton to maintain

their Gulf winning perfect 19.41n records the second, with and she will tell you how the computer

game of Wednesday night.
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Cunningham Is now 7-0 lithe will fine for
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Wood's Sacrifice Hands Coke 4-3 Win r


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Wayne Wood's sacrifice fly League leading Police, 7-1 Monday and"Tuesday were bled to score Ron conoway Police scored three runs Police 7-1, Coca-Cola: 5-2, ld
to right field scored Roger ran over last place Southern rained out. who had walked. In the fourth Inning when BPOE 5-3, Southern Discount

Mitzel from third base Friday Discount 12-4 In the flrstgame Coke opened scoring In the In Kilby's Inside the park home 08.Up
night, June 29, to give Coca- Coke scored two runs made It coming Monday
of Friday's double header at second Inning of the second run 12-4. games:
Cola a 4-3 win over second the top of the third to takea July 2 6 Police
Pratt Street Playground. It frame when Wayne Wood trl- Randy Edmondson the ; p.m. vs.
place BPOE in Bantam Lea- was the first game of Friday's pled home Danny Hlldebran 3-1 lead on three walks, winning pitcher for was Police. B POE: and 7:30: p.m. So. Dis-
and single by
hit batter a
gue Baseball. double header at Pratt Street who had been hit by a pitched a Kevin Miller., He gave up four hits to South- count vs Coke. Tuesday July
- Playground. It was the first ball. BPOE tied the game 1-1 ern Discount, struck out 3: 6 p.m. Police vs BPOE. AtKoch's Store
Bantam baseball action in In the bottom of the second BPOE tied the game 3-3 seven, and walked three L. Friday, July 6: 6 p.m. Cokevs Drug
three weeks; games both last when Perry Cavanaugh dou- in the bottom of the fifth Patrick of Southern Discount Police and 7:30: So. Dis-
FLORIDA when Bill Lundy's double allowed Police only four hits count vs BPOE. Monday, /
scored Matt Lundy, who had but Issued 16 walks and struck July 9: 6 p.m. So. Discount
walked, and Bruce Wolfred, vs. BPOE. Tuesday, July aye Value
out five with the loss. -
5 Big Days Adams SeymourTo who was on base after a sin- 10: 6 p.m. So. Discount vs -- 0
,, 1e. Bantam League standings: Police. ,

Fri. Thru. Tues. Wood, two-for-three" for -NEWI-
the night with a single anda NOW
Adm. Child. $ .75 Vie For Club triple, drove home the Blalock Downs

Adult $1.00 winning run In the top of the
sixth with his sacrifice fly
to right Held, scoring Mit- 59C
ChampionshipFormer
The Purr-feet ZipADeeDooDahFunfest Golf zel, who had walked, and Mitchell's 131Blalock's
and
then stole both second
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third base.
Florida barefoot of the way with Galnes find- stayed In contention four times at bat and Dianl
punter Harold Seymour Is to ing himself five down with Roger Mltzel was the win- for the Women's Soft- Jordan hit the game's only ti./

Get with J E" meet three-time club champ four holes left Saturday.The ning pitcher for Coke. He ball League championship home run.
A Bin Adams this week, to decide championship flight gave up seven hits to POE Thursday night by downing .1
the Mho Betty Bennett Mitchell's
cats M
struck out 9, and walked 6. paced -
the' golf championshipat was for those with a 0-to-5 winless Mitchell's 13-1. Triple
know where Three BP.OE! pitchers allow- going twoforthreeas
the Starke Golf and Coun- handicap. In the first flight
ttiat! t ed Coke only three hits but Blalock has a firm hold on Blalock's outhit Mitchell's
try Club. for those with a 5 to 8 han- Antibiotic
Issued 12 walks and struck second place In the league 20-4.
David Silcox will
Adams advanced Saturday dicap, play standings with 10-5 record
relieved a
out five. Bin Lundy ,
Bob McRae for the champion-
to the finals In the cham- for BPOE In the top of the trailing league leading Norman's SCHEDULE:
pionship night with three bir- ship. sixth with the score tied Farm who has a 12-2 Ointment

dies on the back nine to edge McRae Silcox after won John a right Watson to meet tor- 3-3 and :took the loss. mark. Mitchell's remains Thursday, July 5: Norman's "
ARISTOCATSGas Clyde Terwillegar by one winless after 15 games. -vsMitchell's, 7:30: t/ 1/
stroke, 71-72. The University; feited. McRae beat Tim Rus- Dinky Kilby's Inside the park 1/ 15
of Georgia student sell in his semi-final round home run to right field scored m 69c
was two
TECHNICOLOR [ with 38-39-77. Mitchell's gave Blalock'sa Monday, July 9: Blalock'svs
Hi rlllllrt m eUIM!) VISTA DISTRIBUTION CO,INC strokes behind Terwlllegar Kevin Neel from Third baseto scare In the first inning, Mitchell's, 7:30.Men's : .
ON.N OI.ney PodubIIon. after the first nine holes witha Russell finished with an 81 lead Police to a 12-4 win
jumping to a quick 1-0 lead.
38 but rallied after 43 the over last place Southern Dis-
WALT for a 33 shooting a on Kathyrn Peek had reached
on the backside for a one- front nine. count Friday night.
first
DISNEY base on fielder's choice Check These ValuesNorwich
under-par 71.Seymour In the second flight; for
Police opened scoring In the and then scored as Violet
'. had fired a sizzling those with a nine to ten stroke first Inning when four walks Kendall advanced all the way Play .
t Jack Hazen will
two-under-par 70 Wed- handicap play and a single by Tod Samons to third on an error on right
Steve Denmark for the cham- [1 ""' ''.BOT'''
::.J nesday to edge Tom Ander- pionship. Hazen had downed scored three runs. Southern fielder Debbie Bobo. (From Page 8 .
son by two strokes In his Discount tied the game 3-3 in -,--
DwIght Elder In the semis, Blalock came back to tie
semi-final round. Seymourhad the bottom of the first Inning
Cunningham scored its final
while Denmark beat Steve Glycerin
: things in the socond inn-
4;, a 35-35, while Andersonhad Simmons. when D. Holloway walked andD. up run in the fifth Inning, down-
an eagle on number 12, Porter and J. Norman sin- ing as Betty Jo Crawford on Ing Hampton 144.
; In the third 11 and
night, an Blalock went ahead
error.
a par-5 515 yarder, to go gled. Norman stole all three
Song even par with a 3735.In 12 stroke handicaps, H. 11. bases to score. in the third inning as Debbie Terry Hardee was tllegame's Suppositories --
the Adams will meet Jim Chas- Police scored four runs In Bobo scored on a double by leading hitter, scoring \ eye drops
championship consolation teen and Drew Reddish will
Sheila Forsythe. three runs for Cunningham as
& South. flight for the first play Delano Thomas In semi- the top of the second Inningto he hit two triples and one dou- Adults llTs
round losers In the championship take a 7-3 lead on slxwalksand
final rounds. Jackson.In Blalock's then breezed on ble three times at bat.
TECHNICOLOR" Mike
a single by
flight "
Randy Jones
Hi'.,....d br eillN VISTA DISTRIBUTION CO,INC' beat Terry Gaines In the fi- The fourth flight, 13 and 14 the third Inning Police still past Mitchell's, scoring five
J Johnny Johnson the win-
in was
CWill Oliniy Productioni the fifth six
runs
runs on ,
stroke handicaps still has the 9-3 lead scoring two
nals. 76-82. Jones led most had
in sixth ning pitcher, giving only
to be walks anda three the and another up
semi-final matches four
the
more runs on .39c / OZ.
three in the seventh. four hits. Broughton was the .
;if, played with Merrill Struth single by Dinky Kilby. loser, giving up 16 hits.' C 39cS
scheduled to play Grover Southern Discount scoredone Karen Reddish was thegame's

Howard and Col. Harry Hat- run to trail 9-4 In the leading hitter, going
301 DRIVE IN cher to meet J. D. Seymour.The top of the fourth Inning back- four-for-five for Blalock. STANDINGS: )ItiCC

two winners will then Cunningham Gulf 7-0 First
to-back doubles
by Hollowayand ,
to decide the cham Pam Woods and Judy Young Rub
meet flight Patrick. Baptist 4-2. Baldwin Chev- Quick 49c
Show Begins At SundownFri. both collected three hits in .
pion. rolet 2-3, Lawtey 2-4, Ham-
The fifth flight, 15 and 16 pton 07.
stroke handicaps, Is also In

Sat. semi-finals with Larry Fen- SunmlerBaselxdl SCHEDULE:
der to play Doug Schlasser andS.
MGM INTROOUCES A NEW FILM EXPERIENCE G. Denmark to meet Brian Tuesday, July 3: Lawtey

IDUJOIFI'( Plus Hamilton.In (From Page 8)) -Cunningham, 7:30; First Y"
the sixth flight, 17 and Baptistvs- Hampton, 8:45.: a04\\OM.t
I'l 18 stroke handicaps George 1T W 0 S 110 H I E SI
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MGM Present A KaKka-Loeb Thursday, July 5: Baldwin SUPP
Miller and Pat Farnsworth only walked tour while giv- four hits, and another run In
J Production -vsLawtey, 8:45.:
will meet with the winner to ing up eight hits. the sixth.
J! ,[ In Metrocolor \ *_ G
:( ,. .'" play Jack Eaves for the cham- Starke-had only three hits Starke's lone scoring threat Monday, July 9: Hampton
...
In third 12'5
'/ 'i' came the inning as
,. ) I pionship. Eaves won his semi' with McKInney collecting two 'the Tornadoes had runnerson -Cunningham, 8:45.: 99c
and Wise the other.In .
t. ..: '" 4- final round against Herman second and third with two Tuesday, July 10: First
1A. i I 4 Schoening as he played the the first Inning Palatka out. Tommy Wise then hita Baptist -Cunningham,

WICKEDWICKEDTWICE best game: of his life. Eaves took an early 2-0 lead and line drive to the pitcher, 7:30; Baldwinvs- Hampton
finished with a 43-39 for an :lave a glimpse of what was though, to end the threat.Hunters 8:45. Caladryl Polident
82, while Schoening had an 18 to come as John Murray led
hole total of 87. oft with a single and advanced Spray Tablets
to second on an error by Will Need Special
THE TENSION! In the seventh flight, 19 to leftflelder Ed Watts. Pete
TWICE THE TERROR! 22 stroke handicap, Lamar Parkinson th.m hit a ball to The Itch Reliever Reg. $1.59

[SPGJMETROCOLOR MGMSun. 0 Shaw Is to meet Lenwood Kit- center field, which Pete Puc- Stamp For Blanding Area
chens In a semi-final round kett missed, to score Mur-

with the winner to play either ray. Parkinson later scored on Sportsmen who plan to hunt check stations on the area. $1.19 $1.15
Mon. Tues. Tom Henry of Tim Mobley a sacrifice by Billy Overturf. next fall in the Blanding Wildlife -
for the championship.In While the two runs would Management Area are reminded Last season, special

the eighth night, 23 and have proven enough, Palatka that a special area stamps were required only
?0th Centur. Fo Present;, 24 stroke handicaps, Don Andrews went on to score five runs hunting stamp will be re- for the Ocala and CampBlan- :32o/
ONE CAT... Is scheduled to meet In the third Inning on two quired. ding Areas.Both locations sawa

WHO PLAYS Don Walnwrlght to decide the hits, six runs In the fourth onUotm'iulIslI..UI' reduction in the number of llulfttul. t TERINE
wildlife requir-
Other
championship.Ed areas hunters, as well as a higher Limit 1
LIKE AN ARMY! Green will meet Carl ing special stamps are: Ocala, yield for the individual
Avon Park, Corbett, and
Erwin will sportsman.
Steansa and Bryan
Great Lykes Brothers Flsheattng Funds received from wild-
against Ronnie Thomas in
go ...'
I the semi-final rounds of the Creek. life management area stamp r
White i I ninth night, for those with a Judge Sanders The special stamp, costing fees are spent for the pur- $1.99 .ter 9
25-36 handicap. $10, will be valid only In the chase, lease, and manage-

Trophies will be presentedto Some of the little known not above be named honored areas In,other and will a- ment of public_ hunting areas.

Hope the first and second place duties of County; Judges were reas. The regular stamp will According to the Game
(GP) finishers in each night July discussed at the Rotary Club be valid for most other wildlife Commission, the areas requiring -

RELEASED BY COLOR 14 during the country club'sregular last week by County; Judge management areas. A regular special stamps are
Panavision" Color by Deluxe I 20th CENTURY FOX BY DE LUXE'' meeting. Elzie Sanders, who also re- hunting license is required high use areas that have received -

viewed the changes in the in addition to the spe- excessive hunting
judicial system under Article cial stamp. pressure during past seasons.It 111111111 Lemon
HHHIHHHHHHMB I V; which he describedas Is expected that the special
an improvement over the Special stamps for Camp stamp will serve to reduce
old court system. Blanding are available at tax the hunting pressure and at Scented
collectors offices in Clay, Du- the same time improve the
Most citizens are familiar val, and Bradford Counties, quality; of overall hunting and
Mustang with the fact that the Count at the Game Commission recreation within the indivi- Spray

Judge serves as coroner and offices In Lake City; and at dual areas.

Issues marriage licenses, o.-...
Judge Sanders said, but some
of the lesser known duties "
iAA & k. K HMMOBILE $1.33
of the office Include: the Issuance Increase Cost Of Medicare
'
INC of delayed birth cer 69
tificates; the handling of Involuntary -; Insurance Halted By Freeze

1650 N. Temple Ave. 964-7212 hospitalization ol -
active TB cases which refuse -
\ The monthly premium for who have been"eligible for
Starke, Fla. Open 9 816 San treatment; the super. medicare medical insurance, monthly social security disability -
vision of landlord and tenant scheduled to be Increased in payments for two years
Your Mobile Home cases; Involuntary commit- Nadinole
ment of alcotitoiics for com July, has been rolled back Ir( or more.
pulsory treatment; and authority keeping with President Nix "The higher amount will
Shopping CenterFeaturing to Issue emergency or on's 60-day price freeze pal, e continue to be charged until Deluxe
ders in mental health cases. icy, according to Edward G. the premium record for each Complexion
beneficiary can be corrected -
The County; Judge also ha s i Copestake, Social Security;' ," Copestake said. "Re- 35/8 Oz. Cream

Altnir-Ara Argo Bfuinzu- Bonzwood Cnpcllu DracoElntwotxlC authority In cases of suppres,. district manager *in Gaines' funds in full will be made at 99C

nvillf' Slu>ffi.ld sing nuisances. This cover!i vllle. a later date. This also applies -
nuisance which tends tIthe '
"any Medicare medical Insurance to railroad retirement
Immediate annoyance o r helps pay for doctor bills and beneficiaries and civil ser-
the citizens In general, or I h 1 many other medical expenses vice annuitants who pay premiums -
THIS WEEKS SPECIAL manifestly injurious to publIc of almost everyone 65 or over, for medical Insurance
health and safety or tend!' and disabled people under 65 under medicare." Let Us Price Your Next
1973 DRACO greatly to corrupt the ma nand .
With MediSaveRx.
Prescription
73Argo12x65 ners morals of the pub'
2BR look'DOUBLEWIDE He," Judge Sanders said. : SFJC Cut In MFP Funds Pricing. EVERYONE Saves

Feutures no hull In reviewing the ancient pre With Medi-Saves Pricing.

Beautiful Modern Decor sBR Raths Judge cedents Sanders for Judicial gave a ethics quota'. Santa Fe Junior College will 1 I lege, in Palatka, will receive Sr. Citizen's Rx Savings Plan

Modern Decor Won from>; Deuteronomy 1:16-: receive $332,616 as Florida's $114,865 for fie: month of And NOW If You Are 60 Yrs. Or Older,

WAS NOW 17, saying: "Ye shall not respect 28 Community; Colleges divide May compared to $89,279 received Have A Recent Prescription QndPay\ Cash
bu t a total of $9.1 milllor L in May of 1972.
In Judgment
$9,095COUPON
$599500 559500 shall person hear the small as I In minimum foundation allocations Lake City Community College For Your Medication & Hospital Supplies,

ye well as the great; ye shal l for the month of May, and Forest Ranger SchoolIn You Can Get EXTRA SAVINGS At Koch's Drugs|

is YOU COUPON not be afraid of the face oman f r according to ComptrollerFred Columbia County also sawa
for the Judgement is O. Bud( ) Dickinson, Jr slight Increase of funding "Total Service & Savings"FREE
10,000 4 H CREEH'" STAMPS AND WHILE SUPPLY LAST God's and the cause that t ii s This is a decrease of overt with $186,432 received. An
A FREFiSHERMANS bring I $73.000 the amount received Increase of $9,000 over the
too hard for you,
PURCHASE OF for
WITH THE
MOBILE HOME HANDBOOK unto me, and I will hear it." the same monttllast $177,268 received for the same DELIVERY
.AMY MEW The speaker was introduced year. Santa Fe is the only one I time last year.

Ou Pric.. Inelud Delivery Within 100 Mi. by Jim Temple, Superin, of three Junior Colleges In the I The proportion of the $9.1 I'rice Good Thru 1O July 73
Cmat Block.. InstalUtioft Of Hurtic.ae tendent of Public Instruction, surrounding area to receive a million each two-year Institution -
4 TI. Down, 2V Of W. .t Hookup 20' Of who had charge of the pro decrease In allocations.St. received was deter- STARKE 964-6751
Ser Pipe Plo A See Of Seep. gram. Johns River Junior Col- mined on enrollment figures.





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10 TELEGRAPH July 5, 1973

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ''Ambassadors
Cleveland Ncnl
OSGOOD GREEN FAMILY

e e I..ItI.I Legal Notices -re. REUNION SET JULY 8 STARKE To Be Heard
I life-
A reunion of the Osgood Cleveland Neal. 59, a Brotherhood
Green family will be held Sunday long resident of the Ther- Sunday Meeting 7:30 At Pine Level"The
and
Gold Head died Tuesday Breakfast
July 8, at essa section,
5th day of June 1973. to 2002 both Inclusive, +a Case No.J. Branch State Park on SR- June 26, after an extended a.m.; Sunday School, 9:45;
In the Circuit: Court of the at 11 ser-
description+ T. BASS Plaintiffvs- Morning Worship ;
As more complete 21 north of Keystone Heights. illness. He was a carpenter "
Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida Gilbert S. Brown, Ben Bryant, Ambassadors, a choral
Clerk of Said Court of which said Utility Revenue ETHEL E. BASS Defendant. All friends and relativesare and a member of the Bap- mon by Rev. of tenyoungadulir
6:15
In and For Bradford
Training, ;
Church group
Series 1973, Is con NOTICE OF SUIT- attend. A denomination. pastor;
Bonds invited to cov- tist
By: Donna M. Branson, the Arlington
County Case No. 73134IN Worship 7:30 sermon representing
;
here NO PROPERTYTo Evening
Dept tained In the complaint ered dish lunch Is planned Surviving is one sister, in Arlington,
RE The of Schools
: Marriage E. Baptist
: Ethel Bass, 2143 and by pastor.Monday'Youth
Elizabeth Hubbard
Deputy Clerk for 1 p.m.For Mrs. of the
IRENE KNOWLES Petitioner will be guests
in.Done Texas
orderedat Dorchester Road Apt. A, both Prac-
and further information Lewis Neal Choir
JAMES KNOWLES FIRST PUBLICATION: June one brother ; Level Missionary Baptist -
and Pine
ST A KE. Florida, this Charleston Heights, South Carolina. Hodges Webster. Meeting, 7 p.m.
Respondent. 14. 1973 contact Mrs. Evan W. of tice, Deacons Church of Starke at 7
NOTICE OF SUIT 6/14 4t 7/5 13th day of June, 1973. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Sr., Joe Green, or Robert Funeral services were held p.m. Sunday, July 8.
Master
Elzle Sanders the TuesdayHelen L.
Green. Thursday at
at 10
JAMES KNOWLES Residence a.m.
TO
: Unknown Judge of the Circuit Courtof that an action for DIvorce graveside In Hope Cemeterynear Group, 9:30: ajr. at church; The group, under the direction -

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED In The Circuit Court, Eighth the Eight Judicial Circuit has been filed againstyou (; llo Theressa, with Rev. Lorena Epperson Group at of Ronald Brumley
and and are required to l\1. re
in
of Florida, you ) Mrs. Maxie Carter
that an action for dissolution Judicial Circuit, In and For of written Merle Packham conducting. home of has traveled extensively from
of marriage has been Bradford County Florida. for Bradford County. serve defenses.a copy If any your to It, on Merrill Gerald Boyce, 46, Interment was in Hope Cemetery Sr. 3 P.m.; Lottie Moon Groupat at coast-to-coast spreading the
filed against you and you are Case No. 6/21 4t 7/12 the plaintiff's attorney whose died Tuesday June 26, at his with DeWitt C. Jones church; Brownlee D.Group Tenly Gospel in song to thousands
required to serve a copy of In re: Petition for Adopt- name and address Is Hon. home in Starke. A former Funeral Home of Keystone home of Mrs. E. across the country.

your written defenses If any ion for BOBBY LANE Mc- In The Circuit Court, Eighth George H.' Pierce 203 Temple resident of Jacksonville and Heights in charge. Sr., 7:30.:
to It on SHAW AND KOFE- LEOD Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn + Avenue, Starke, Florida. Lake City, he had lived here WednesdayFamily Night The public Is cordially Invited -
LOUSOS, Attorneys for Petitioner NOTICETO and For Bradford County and file the original with the for the past three years. A 111Nowi..ki" i Supper 6 p.m.; Prayer Meet- to enjoy this special mu-
whose address Is 142 : STEVE BUNCHE, address CIVIL ACTION clerk of the above styled court native of Daytona Beach he Ing, 6:30: ; Teachers and Officers sical treat with members of
West Llall; Street, P. O. Box unknown. No. 73138In on or before July 23, 1973; was a veteran of World War Mrs. Estelle A.Nowlcki 53, Meeting, 7:15: ; Trus- the Pine Level congregation."It .
1086 Starke Florida, 32091. You are notified that the Case The Marriage of otherwise a Judgement may II, and was owner-operator of Jacksonville, died Wednesday tees meet at 7:30: ; Church is our privilege to serve
and file the original with the above named petitioner CLAUDE re: B. HARDEE. husband be entered against you for of an animal hospital supply June 27, in a Jackson- Choir Practice, 8 p.m. the community in this way"
Clerk of the abovestyledCourt BOBBY LANE McLEOD, has & MARGARET R. HAR the relief demanded In the company he was a member ville hospital after a long Ill- ThursdayRecorder Group said Rev. John Strickland,
on or before July 16, filed a Petition in the above- DEE wife. complaint or petition. of the First United Methodist ness. She was born In Law- 10 a.m.j; Ladies Bell Choir pastor of the church.
1973 otherwise a judgmentmay styled Court for the adopt- ,NOTICE OF SUIT- WITNESS my hand and the Church of Starke. toy on Oct. 29, 1919, and had. Group, 12 o'clock noon. Boys
be entered against you ion of the minor child namedin PROPERTYYOU seal of said Court on June Surviving his his wife Dolo- lived in Jacksonville for the Handbell Group, 1:30: ; Visit-
for the relief demanded In that Petition and you are NO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 13, 1973. res Lucas Boyce; his mother past 18 years. She was the ation 7 p.m. Smokey Says
the Complaint. commanded to serve a copy action for dis 'GILBERT S BROWN Mrs. Lydia G. Boyce; daughter of the late JamesS. FridayGuitar; Group, 1:30
WITNESS my hand and the of your written defenses! if that an has been As Clerk of said Court one son, Wesley; five daugh- and Bertie Kersey Austin p.m. THE BURNING
seal of said Court on the any, on Dudley P. Hardy Pe- solution of marriage MARGARETR. By: Beulah M. MoodyAs ters, Janet, Teresa, and Ger- and was a member of -Ben p.Bryant,pastor Nr N UEs11O
11th day of June 1973. titioner's attorney, whose address filed against you Deputy Clerk rl Boyce all of Starke Me- the Ortega Baptist Church.
Gilbert S. Brown, as Clerkof is P. O. Drawer 730 HARDEE and you are required of (Court Seal) lanie Boyce, Houston, Texas, Surviving Is her husband, MADISON STREET
Said Court -. -. Starke, Florida, 32091, on or to serve a copy 6/28 4t 7/19 and Mrs. Patricia Eckel, Lub- Joseph M. Nowlcki; one son, BAPTIST CHURCH
By: Beulah M. Moody Deputy before August 1, 1973, and your written defenses, if any bock, Texas; and one sister Joseph Jr., of Youngstown, School 9:45 a.m. / II IIIbke
Clerk file the original with the Clerkof to it, on the plaintiff's attorney Dr. Lydia Fauls Richmond Ohio; two brothers, Clyde M. Sunday Worship, at 11 Train-; I
and address NOTICETo Morning ;
FIRST PUBLICATION: June this Court either before whose name Va.Funeral Austin of Jacksonville, and WMU Cir-
14 1973 service on Petitioner's attor- is DUDLEY P. HARDY services were heldat James L. Austin, Houston[ ing, 6:15: ; Prayer
6/14 4t 7/5 ney or immediately thereafter Esq., Attorney at Law whom it may concern: 2 p.m. Friday in the First Texas; two sisters Mrs. A- cle, 7:15: ; Evening Service,
; otherwise a Default may P. O. Drawer 730, Starke I will not be responsible for United Methodist Church with lene Edwards of Kingsley 7:30.:
7
be entered against you for the Florida, 32091 and file the bills made by anyone other the pastor, Rev. George L. Lake, and Mrs. Jean John- MondayYouth Choir,
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR relief demanded in the Pe- original with the clerk of the than myself --signed( ) L.L. Harper officiating; followedby ston, Sanford, N. C. p.m.Tuesday Bible Study 10 ,
TAX DEED tition. above styled court on or before Bedenbaugh. 2tp; 7/12 cremation.The Private funeral services ; -

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- WITNESS my hand and the July 31, 1973: otherwisea family requested that were held Friday, June 29, a.m.Wednesday- Royal Ambassador's -
EN, that N. R. McLeod, the seal of the Court at Starke judgement may be entered donations be made to St. Vincent's at 4 p.m. at the gravesidein 6:30 Prayer Meet-
holder of the following certificates Florida, this 14th day of June against you for the relief demanded VICTOR CHAMPION ELEC- Hospital coronary care Kingsley Lake Cemeterywith : ; Mission
has filed said certificates 1973. in the complaint or TRIC Add Machines, $99.50. unit In lieu of flowers Rev. James Thompson ing, Bible Study,
for a tax deed to Clerk of Circuit Court petition. Ideal[ for home or office. No! DeWitt C. Jones Funeral conducting. DeWltt C.Jones Friends, 7:30; Adult 8:30. Choir Will you help. prevent forentfires .
be Issued thereon. The cer- By Donna M.Branson WITNESS my hand and the plastic, all metal. Bradford Home was In charge of arrangements Funeral Homes was in chargeof Finance Denton Meeting Sumrall, : pastor ?
tificate numbers and yearsof Deputy Clerk seal of said Court on June County Telegraph arrangements.
the description 6/21 4t 7/12
issuance 14, 1973. I
of the property, and names Gilbert S. BrownAs
in which It was assessed are Clerk of Said Court
as follows: In The Circuit Court, Eighth
Donna M. BransonAs
By
Certificate No. 13. Year of Judicial Circuit of Florida Deputy Clerk EveryDayLowPrice] .
In and For Bradford County
Issuance 1971.Description. CIVIL ACTION (Court Seal) EvcrvDayLowPricc
of Property:
6/21 4t 7/12
Beg at NE Cor of NE 1/4 Case No. 73163In McCormickSIRLOIN
of NW 1/4 and run SWly 339 re The Marriage of EARL CENTER CUT
for POB SWly 210 Ft, WALKER, JR., Husband and In The Circuit Court Eighth FAIR
1/2210 Ft, NEly 210 Ft, Ely BRIGITTE K. WALKER, Wife Judicial Circuit In And For SKILLET
210 Ft to POB Sec 28, T- NOTICE OF SUIT- Bradford County, FloridaIn
7-S, R-21 NO PROPERTYTo Probate File No. 73157IN SUPERMARKETS
Name in which assessed: : BRIGITTE K. WALKER RE: Estate Of ALICEM. MAGIC

Mrs. Kate Morgan Est. 6369 Schoveck 1, Bleich- DWYER, deceased. STEAKS STARKE'S
All of said property beingIn str. 3, West Germany. NOTICE TO CREDITORS:
the County of Bradford YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- To All Creditors And Per- DINNER HELPERS 320 S. WALNUT ST.

State of Florida. FIED that an action for dissolution sans Having Claims Or Demands 1& ASST ..".....aw.c..aa., '....
Unless such certificate or of marriage has been Against Said Estate: : & A WCIK .a.utlun.aoo'.u. I
certificates shall be redeemed filed against you BRIGITTEK. You and each of you $159 3/1 ttlOMTft win "ULV"......t..M QUANTITY I i iI

according to law the pro- WALKER and you are required are hereby notified and required we m p" std to accept
perty described In such certificate to serve a copy of to present any claims ami I I us.D.t. FOOD ITAMPCOUPONS
or certificates will your written defenses if any and demands which you, or L
be sold to the highest bidderat to it, on the plaintiffs attor- either of you, may have
the court house door on ney, whose name and addressis against the estate of AliceM.
Monday In Month of July 1973 DUDLEY P. HARDY, Esquire Dwyer, deceased, late BONELESS CENTER CUT 1
which is th 16th day of Julyat Attorney at Law, P.O. of said County, to the Presiding FULL CUT rrrfroar I CHUCK: ::'
11:00 A.M., 1973. Drawer 730, Starke, Florida Circuit Judge of Bradford CHUCKROAST ID.WCII
Dated this 7th day of June, 32091, and file the original County, Florida, at his ROUND ; I
1973. with the clerk of the above office in the court house
Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk styled court on or before July of said County at Starke,, ; STEAKS
By Beulah M. Moody 31, 1973; otherwise a judge- Florida, within six calendar STEAKS
Clerk of Circuit Court of ment may be entered againstyou months from the time of
Bradford County Florida for the relief demandedIn the first publication of this FOOD FAIR

6/14 4t 7/5 the complaint or petition. notice. Two copies of each ...''. ... .. <
WITNESS my hand and the claim or demand shall be ::1J4 .... 79 e 89

seal of said Court on June in writing and shall state $149 U.S. CHOICE I !
NOTICE OF APPLICATION!I 14, 1973. the place of residence and i 1 rnni+ LB LB
FOR TAX DEED Gilbert S. BrownAs post office address of the [ i
Sec. 194.16, F.S. Clerk of said Court claimant, and shall be swornto 1
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN,,, By Donna M. Branson by the claimant, his agentor + Every DayLowPrkc W EveryDayLowPrke EvcryDayLowPrke I
that Alice Hamilton, the holder As Deputy Clerk attorney, and accompaniedby '
of the following certificates, (Court Seal) a filing fee of one dollar BONELESS CHUCK LEAN 4ipj Pantry Pride SLICED
6/21 4t 7/12 such claim demandnot SKINLESS
and or POTROAST k2IItplltl
has filed said certificates for
filed shall be void.
a tax deed to be issued thereon. so I FRANKS
Edmund W. Dwyer Jr RIBS
The certificate numbersand In The Circuit Court Of The Administrator of the Estate j
years of issuance the Eighth Judicial Circuit Of of Alice M. Dwyer,,
description of the property, Florida, In And For Brad- deceased.
and the names in which it was
ford County.
Myron C. Prevatt, Attorney
' assessed are as follows: CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDA
Law P.O. Box 666 Keystone
at ,
Certificate No. 31. Year of Plaintiff, vs. TIlE
.. Issuance 1971.Description. STATE OF FLORIDA, et Heights, Florida 32- PUNCH SCOTT inner
Estate
of Property:NW al., Defendants. 65R 521.4t712, Attorney for the SEAN SALAD I [

1/4 of NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 Ex Order To Show Cause I

R/W Lying E of Kingsley Rd To The State Of Florida DRESSINGS I TOWELS
Sec: 25,T-5-S. R-22. And The Several Property In The Circuit Court Of DETLEAURNDGRYENT
Name in which assessed: Owners Taxpayers, Citizens Florida Eighth Judicial Circuit VIVA ITALIAN I CREAMY FRENCH 1
Willie Strong. And Others Having Or Claim- In And For Bradford CREAMY ITALIAN & CREAMY RUSSIAN ; J DECORATED OR ASS'T COLORS
All of said property beingin ing Any Right, Title Or interest County. Case Number: 73147IN
the County of Bradford In Property To Be RE: Petition of GRADYW. rrurfsrunrpr
State of Florida. Affected By The IssuanceBy GOSNELL. 84OZ C 2 C
GIANT 9
Unless such certificate or The City Of Starke, Flo- NOTICE OF ADOPTION PROCEEDING 8oz 4/1 | fmnur'BOX 9 9
certificates shall be redeemed rida, Of $1,800,000 Utility ID.WCII i ROLLS
according to law the pro- Revenue Bonds, Series 1973 TO: Reubin L. Holt, Residence BTLS. |
perty described in such cer- Hereinafter More Particu- Unknown. e
tificate or certificates will lary Described, Or To Be YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -
be sold to the highest bid- Affected In Any Way Thereby: that the above name EveryDayLowPrketWIlT BonusBuy: EveryDayLowPrke : 'Tfljil'uiitry : EveryDayLowPrkeLIBBYS
der at the court house dooron The State Of Florida, Petitioner, GRADY W. GOS- "
Monday in Month of July, through the State Attorneyof NELL, has filed a PetitionIn *_MELLOW_ _ CRISP FANCY I'tlIeAtoutlrl PORK
1973, which is the 16th day the Eighth Judicial Cir- the above styled Court Gold n Rip* : Wash &
of July at 11:00: AM, 1973. cuit of said State, and the for the adoption of the minor BEANS
Dated this 7th day of June, several property owners, tax- children named in that Petition BANANAS J All Types Available I I

1973.Gilbert payers, citizens and others and you are commandedto
S. Brown, Clerk having or claiming any right, serve a copy of written g L 320z 5ge S/1

By Beulah M. Moody title or Interest in propertyto defense, if any, to P. AUSE _ Bottles
Clerk of Circuit Court of be affected by the issuanceby BROWN, JR., Attorney for
Bradford County Florida. the City of Starke, Florida, Petitioner, Post Office Box PACK PANTRY PRIDE i 100% PURE FLORIDA
6/14 4t 7/5 of the Utility Revenue Bonds 13502, 15 Northwest Second REGULAR

Series 1973, hereinafter more Street, Gainesville, Florida, i '
particularly described, or to on or before .the 15 day INSTANT ,I :l::, FRUIT ; ORANGE

In the Circuit Court of The be effected In any way therq- of July, 1973, and file the
Eighth Judicial CircuitofFlo- \by, are hereby required to original of same with the

rida In and For Bradford appear before the Circuit Clerk of this Court, either NESTEA ICOCKWiILA ,' r.... ,,. JUICE
County. Case No. 73143IN Court of Bradford County before service on Petitioner's oRNueJuIcE
RE: The Marriage of Florida in the Eighth Judicial attorney or immediately I
BELVA EICHOLTZ, Petitioner Circuit of said Stateat thereafter. Otherwise. u :

and ROY EICHOLTZ, Re- the Court House in STARKE default will be entered againstyou *i OZ nriinir 9 9 1 170z 4/$1 FROZEN6r$1

spondent.NOTICE OF SUIT of Florida July,, 1973 on at the 10:00 18th o'clocka.m. day In the for Petition.the relief demanded JAR ["""/"" 1CANS i (: ;

TO: Roy Eicholtz, Route 1, ., and show cause why witness my hand and official -
Box 90, Creston, Ohio. the prayers of the complaint seal of this Court
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tiled in the above-entitled this 31 day of May A.D. EveryDayLowPrkeVLASIG EveryDayLowPrkeHUNT'S EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke BonusBuy
that an action for Dis- proceeding should not be 1973.
solution of Marriage has been granted, and the Utility Revenue Clerk of Circuit Court KOSHER TREND FLAVOR Party Flak*
filed against you and you are Bonds, Series 1973, Bradford County, FloridaBY OWN'N SUIVI
required to serve a copy of) therein described and the : Donna M. Branson PICKLECHIPS LIQUID 32 ROLLS
KETCHUP
your written defenses if any. proceedings heretofore had 1 Deputy Clerk DETERGENT
to it on SHAW AND KOPE- the Issuance
authorizing 6/21 4t 7/12
LOUSOS, Attorneys for Petitioner thereof validated and confirmed | 4 : 4/1 389Page
whose address is said Utility Revenue' _
142 West Call St., P. O. Box Bonds Series 1973. being, NOTICE :
Fla. 32091, and I To whom it may concern;:
1086, Starke dated July 1, 1973 bearing
file the original with the Clerk: Interest at a rate or rates[ I will not be responsible..
of the above-styled Court on not exceeding the maximum, for Irene Motley's debts. hcryDayLowPrkc IvcryDayLowPrkc IvcryDayLowPrkc [rerYD ylowPrk EvcryDayLowPrkc Eve'yDilyt.owPrtce beryDayLowPricc
or before July 18, 1973,other legal rate at the time 01 f (Signed) W.L. Mobley. PAn"ProdO LOU'. C.Sill..Y PET AITZ P.un LIBBY'S Pant.yP.'''. n.
wise a Judgement may b entered the sale thereof aggregating.!!f 2tp 7/5 TRASH CAN BUTTERED HOT DOG CREAM DRINKS BABY KODAK
against you for the relief amount of $1 l, LIMAS PIES ] FILM
Com the principal LINERS CHILI .. ... O\ ,: 'wuwn' w.n [ OIL
in the OI' '
demanded denomination
800,000 being in the In The Circuit Court. ElghtJ I
plaint.. of $5,000 each arts 1 Judicial Circuit of Florid/I fact 77c '40' 4/1 10 SOl 5/$1 '.0' 4/$1 se.9/99c 110'ITL 67C Iromn? .99Or C
WITNESS my hams ana me maturing In annual install- In and For Bradford Count;], C.Nf CAN UQ ,,
pal of said Court on th I mont In the years 197;! CIVIL ACTION



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I May Lands Sales Rise To $921,000Land





ed high sales of $921,000 In May reach- land in Indian Beach for tor, to James A. Butler and ilyne M. Firth, grantor, to The Ott Corporation, gran- Horace M. Knowles and Lucille -
,- a in Bradford $5,000. Bernice M. Butler, grantee, Richard W. Odone and NancyD. tor, to Mercer N. Elkins and M. Knowles, grantor to
County than; almost $257,500 W,T. Lott and Ray H. Lott, Lock Part, Qlonols, one lot Odone, grantee, parcel of Carolyn S. Elklns, grantee, Kenneth Elixson and Delores
i more April's $663,500. grantor, to Catherine Lott In Smokerise for $15,000. land on County Road for Jacksonville, In one lot In L. Elixson parcel of land of
e Largest transaction In May Stokes, grantee, one lot in Joe L. Millsapps and Betty $4 100. Seminole Ridge for $2,500. a county; graded road for I
was the $89,800 sale on 119.66 Indian Beach for $10,000. J. Millsapps, grantors, to Co- &phle L. Wolf by CharlesH. J.Q. Rosier, grantor, to $2 400.
acres of land sold by Richard Catherine LottStokes,gran- Ion D. Joiner and Mary R. Wolf, Jr., grantor to Bil- Bernice Duncan and Emory John J. Boyle and Donna r
E. Sapp and Cleo V. Sapp of tor, to W.T. Lott and Ray H. Joiner, grantee, 5 acres for lie J. Herman and Patricia W. Duncan, grantee, three Boyle, grantor to R. G.
Starke. Sapp sold the proper Lott, grantee, Melrose, par- $35,000. A. Herman two lots In Santa acres on SR-125 for $1,000. Gardner and Rose Gardner, r
ty to T.C.Llllard and Mary cel of land in Indian Beach Homer Osceola and Virginia Fe Shores for $3,000. Lester B. Wright and Ger- grantee, Lake City; ,
A. Lillard of Jacksonville.May for $5,000. Osceola, Howard Osceola and Francis W. Meng and Dolores aldyne L. Wright and Edward land near SR-21 for$52,000 _
sales were M.F. Wiggins and Mana Wig Escarmia Osceola and Doug- Meng, grantor, to Don- L. Arms and Mildred Arms, A.E. McKinney, Jr., grantor -
compared to very high gins, grantor, to James Per- las Osceola, grantors, to Is- ald E. Williams Maxine F. grantor, to Maurice W. Nor- to George H. Allen and
$418,800 and February's ry and Ellen P. Perry, gran- mael Torres and Gladys Tor- Williams, Gene C. Osteen and ton and Edith M. Norton par- Marjorie M. Allen, grantee, _
$187,243. May sales January's tee, Mlamlsburg, Ohio,one lot res, grantee, parcel of land Mildred B. Osteen 27 acres cel of land on SR-200 for Fulton, nionols, a parcel of
$231,557 more than the totaled previous in M.F.$6,500.Wiggins Subdivisionfor on Forsyth Road for $2,900. on SR-221 for $23,000. $18,000. land for $4,000.

two months combined. The Ott Thomas S. Dennison and
Corporation in
Key-
Monthly totals from 1972 were: stone Ruth N. Dennison, grantor, to -
Heights to
Jan. $269,800 grantor, William L. Walters
; Feb. $220,800; Verlon H. PrIdgen and Bar- and Betty
March $192,800; April bara L. Prldgen Jacksonville J. Walters, grantee, one lot
$245,036 May in Crystal Lake Homesltes
t ; $838,393; one lot in Seminole Ridge for
c June $331,966; Aug. $391,198; $5,500. for $1,100. 126 PreschoolersGiven

Sept. $741,098; Oct. $331,450; The Ott Corporation, Robert L. Tyler and Delma
gran-
Nov. $343,538. Tyler grantor, to Ted Jeffery
tor, to Johnnie A. Cellon and -
Prices of transactions/ are Taura Dale Harris and Marie Har-
Cellon
figured from documentary tax Gainesville, one lot, grantee In Sem- ris, grantee, Lawtey, 3.5 l --! .. .. ._r.
stamps of fixed to deeds filed Inole Ridge for $2,500. acres for $2,200. Head Start"We
in the county; clerk's of- T.H. Slade and Flora J,
nee Emil Ver Bust and Minnie Slade, J.C. Sawyer and Joanne Training .upervislorD.D. Pontell, of Jackson-

it Listed are sales of $1,000 V.R. Ver Bust, grantors, to Sawyer, grantors, to Robert yule !Ia shown instructing local attendants on the
I'' and over: Hulon M. Herndon Francis R. Odone and Veron- L. Faulkner and MelbaY. try to send them to Is to help pre-schoolers understand Agency Incorporated admin-
,: ', and Lucille K. Herndon,grantor ica E. Odone, grantee, parcelof Faulkner, grantee, parcelof the first grade with a Head themselves more. isters the program locally. proper use of the vast array of equipment on the
to Rea E. Altwater and land on SR-200 for$30,000. land for $3,300. Start! said Mrs. Elaine The children get two hot CUBB stands for the first let- new emergency rescue vehicle.Mobile .
: Caroline E. Altwater, gran- J.D. Erwin, Barbara A. Erwin Phyllis R. Johnson,grantor, McBride in appreciation of meals, breakfast and lunch, ter in each of the four coun-
tee, parcel of land In Lawtey, R.C. Polhamus and Judy to Archie H. Newton and El- what the Head Start Programhas and one snack. They also get ties. CUBB does a surveyof
.#' for $3,800.A. Polhamus, partners d/b/a fie Pearl Newton grantee, one accomplished. free medical examinations and needy children in each county -
Beatrice Williams,grantor Crown Builders grantors, to lot in Dowling Park, for 126 children have completedt medical follow-up, and den- to help set up the pro-
i to Charles L. Barnes and Raiford Alvarez and Ruby Alvarez $4,000. the Head Start Programheld tal examination and dental fol- gram.
>1 Ernestine Barnes, grantee, grantees, two lots in Grace G. Page and Don B. in the four county area low-up. The graduated class of the
two lots In North Reno for Dowling Park Subdivision for Page, grantor, to R.O. Simmons of Clay, Union, Baker, and The school board offered 1973 Head Start class from
: $1,400. $9,100. and Willie M. Simmons, Bradford Counties, an aver- buses to take the studentson Starke are listed as follows: HomeOwners
Longchamp Homes James W. Lester and Mary grantee, Hampton, three lots age of 36 students in each field trips and. other e- Lynn Box Emanuel Brown,
'-1 to Howard Inc., A. Lester, grantors, to Ben- of Temple's Addition to Starke county. vents. The County; Commis- Stanley Brown, Lisa Green,
grantor,
W. Meyer jamin W. Walker, Jr., and for $16,800. sion gave $2,270 of Revenue Leon Hampton, Janson Edward -
and Doris
,: Virginia Meyer, Bertha E. Walker, grantee, There are 18 more studentsin Sharing Funds to supplementthe Henderson Henley Cool Off!
grantee, Starke Ellen Green Tisdale ,Tammy -
.1P parcel of land of Keystone gran- Green Cove Springs who got local share. The
Heights
a parcelof govern- Lucille
in Deerwood for $35,700. tor to Agnes N. Rawls late will Hollls, Dennis
gran- a start. They graduate -
I. land In Cypress Avenue ment a token amountof -
Ronald Edley and Marlene for tee, Jacksonville, 25 acres for In September. $93.gave 345 but it Increased Ingram, Cecil Jackson, Gre-
$2,400. has
Edley, Clifton Edley and Violet 2700. gory Jackson, Reginald Jackson :;: ;; ;;
M.F. Wiggins and Mana Wig Bradford graduation exer- by 12294500.' Cheryl Knowles, Luann
Edley Richard E. CleoV.
and
grantors to Sapp
Joseph
'; Charles gins, grantors, to Carl A. cises were held June 15 at There is a good parent par- Marshall], James Martin, Jose -
:f Picard and Patricia Sapp, grantor, to T.C. 141-
Harden and Lottie L. Harden, RJE school. There were eight ticipation In each county also. Meleclo, Irving Meres,Jr.,
Anne Picard lard and A. Lillard
: grantee, Jack- Mary ,
grantee, of Lake Butler one months of learning for the Some of the parents volun- Kenneth Mobley, Paula Mc-
: sonville, 20 acres for$20.000. grantee, Jacksonville, 119.66
= lot in M.F. Wiggins Subdivi- youngsters. Students learn teer as paid aides and area Cloud, Troy Portis, Christo-
:: Carl E. Griffls and Leatha sion for $4,500. acres-10 lots-In Woodlawn how to get to know each other good help to the program. pher Robinson, Jimmie 3
: S. Griffis, grantors, to Robert F. Brooks Herman,grantor, $89,800. and self better. They teach The program has a total of Salmon, Felicia L. Slocum,
J L. Hamner
:| and Sybil II. Ham- to Wilson C. Conerly and Paul- A.J. Thomas and Eva Mae only the concepts of life, not 22 staff members. The staff Alfred C. Smoot, Debbie A. k '
: ner, grantee, Jacksonville 10 Thomas, grantor, to ClarenceR. I :
ine Conerly, grantee, Tal- academic courses in the non- members work from 8 a.m. Taylor, Tammy Thomas, Karen ; ;
,5 acres for $30,000. lahassee, parcel of land on Hutchenson and Joyce B. school system. The kids have till 4 p.m. Thompson and Mildred ... :
:. L. Dean Cassels and Betty; SR-100 for $44,500. Hutchenson, grantee, one lot classes six hours a day from The U. S. Health Education Williams.The __ r -_ ,-- '-
Cassels, grantors, to RichardE. in New Hampton Beach for 8:30: a.m. till 2:30 p.m. Welfare Office of Child Development ;
Welty and Patricia. A.Welty James L. Leach, Mable $8.000. The Head Start Programis handles all of the Head Start staff are -;: ,,',Y'"
::o! parcel land for Lewis and C.M. Lewis, gran- Donnie Hugh Crawford and for needy or disadvantaged pre-school children's programs Mrs. Jessie Jenkins, Mrs. :1"t I. !f'
: $30an000. tor, to Roland J. Stern and Margarete Crawford,grantor, children. This programYoung The CUBB Economic Louise Mobley, Mrs. Daisy M. \ ", 'Y"" "'"t.... ,
E.M. Lewis and Marjorie Lucinda I. Stern, grantee, 29 to WilsonBConerlyandPaul- Guion, Mrs. Essie M. Cuffle, '. J
Lewis, grantors, to Dorothy acres for $14,000. ine Conerly, grantee, Talla- and Mrs. Sarah M. Morris. .
Spivey and Jers Jones, Ernest R. Peacock and Gall hassee, parcel of land 49 acres Pat Farnsworth, executive "
. grantee, two lots In Truby's Peacock, grantors, to Emory on SR-16 for $28,500. Ch ris Homer director of CUBB is the headman
R. Prevatt, Jr., and Sherry L. Glenn B. Crawford and Mar- of this program. Mrs.
C. h owellNasworthy and Prevatt, grantee, parcel of lene R. Crawford, grantor, to Elaine McBride is the assistant -
''d Elizabeth F.Nasworthy,gran- land for $8,200. Wilson B. Conerly and Paul- director and is actingas I
tors, to Walter A. Bettler and Erne Alderman, grantor, to ine Conerly, grantee, parcelof Is 'Miraclrivemonthold e Baby'curred. the deputy; of the Head Friedrich I
Agnes G. Bettler, grantee, 20 Stanley S. Noegel, grantee, land for $20,000. Start program. Mrs JessieF.
acres for $15,000. 60 acres for $1,500. Jenkins is the lead teacher. -
Lake Properties, Inc.,gran- Mlllard M. Jordan and Bar- t.hristoferAllen : Central Air Conditioning
J.D. Erwin, R.C. Polhamus tors to Robert R. Simmonsand bara Jean Jordan, grantor, to Homer is known as the
I d/b/a Crown Builders joinedby Eunice L.Simmons, Barry O. Watts and Barbara "Miracle Baby" by all the ... ..._---- -
gran- ----
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Barbara A. Erwin and Judy tee, of Keystone Heights, one M. Watts, grantee, Mayport, doctors and nurses at the Designed( Specially for
Polhamus, grantor, to Daniel lot in Smokerise for $27,000. four lots In Lawtey'tor. $14 University; of Florida MedI- ONLY THE'VERY RICH
8 T. Callan and Joanne M. Cal- Steve L. Whitehead, gran- 100. cal Center In Gainesville because Mobile Homes
lan, grantee, parcel of landS tor, to James Douglas Nichols Victor F. Gingras and AnnL. he has recovered so
for $17,500. and Reta Owens Nichols,gran- Gingras, grantor, to C.W. beautifully from heart sur-
tee, one lot in South Gate Re- Jordan and Nellie Mae Jor- gery performed May 20 CAN AFFORD CHEAP Designed for the unique requirements of a
Lorraine dan, grantee Keystone, one lot Chris mobile home
plat for $18,500.George is the son of Mr.
$ Calvin Rodney and Eleanor of Bedford Oaks for $1,500. and Mrs. Wayne Homer and AIR CONDITIONINGQuality Available in remote or self-contained systems
W. Roller and Bet- Beulah
i! Rodney, grantee, Columbia Thornton, grantor, the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Saves you more in the long run
ty G. Roller, grantor, to Wil- to Joseph B. Thornton and
3 Cross, Pennsylvania, two lots Marvin Homer and Mr. and Work
Doesn't Cost It
O. and !Mildred Pays
liam Copeland Dorothy L. Thornton
'. gran-
in Starke for $14,500. Mrs. Ernest McLean, all of
1 Longchamp Homes, Inc., D. Copeland, grantee, Jack- tee, 40 acres for $16,500. Keystone Heights. Call Jor FREE estimate
BROWN REFRIGERATIONAIR
sonville, 30.61 acres for Robert E. Firth and Mar-
grantor, to Kiert Sundusadce
Chris was born December

and Suthllak Sundusadee, $20,000.Sophie L. Wolf by Charles "...",,',',, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,". 26 with a heart defect,thought CONDITIONING NUG ENT ELECTRIC
grantee, parcel of land
on H. Wolf, Jr., grantor, to Robert to be a heart murmur at
1 SR-200. the time, but determined later WEATHERTON HEAT PUMPS
L. Jarriel and Danny M. JacksonvilleDirectory
]j Ralph E. Starling and Haz- Jarriel, grantee, Jacksonville !I to be more serious I'/wm fd ,116,11 Snirkr fin.:/
1 el Starling, grantor, to Doyle two lots in Santa Fe During his six week checkup 226. S. Walnut St. Starke 964-7731
E. and E. Inez Star-
Starling
, Shores for $3,000. the doctor, as well as
ling, grantee, Lawtey, 50 W.A. Bessent m and Christine his parents, noticed him turn-
acres in parcels for $30,000. ing blue when he cried. At -
C. Bessent to
grantor,
George L. Anderson and Dorothy Gerald E. Brown and Betty; J. his five month check up, his Where Can FindA Home That Has1400
L. Anderson
you
,
grantor,
Brown, grantee, parcel of land parents were advised to have H
Auto Sales and Service
to Doyle E. Hazen and Clara on SR-230 for $4,000. him X-rayed to determine the
Faye Hazen, grantee Lake Sophie L. Wolf by Charles cause and why his condition
Butler, three parcels of land H. Wolf, Jr., grantor, to Lar- Parrish Motors continued to worsen.It I Sq. Ft. of>> Living: Space
on SR-100 for $80,000. L. Bronson and Joan A. was found, through X- I
W.T. Lott and Ray H. Lott Bronson ry grantee, of Orange ALES rays and tests, that Chris was I i1' 3 full ", bedrooms'"
and Catherine Lott Stokes, Park two lots in Santa fe SEaVlCF. not getting enough blood I
grantor, to Ruthanne Lott Parr Shores for $5,000. PART' VOLVO through his lungs, therefore 4-l II i 2 full "si/e, baths

grantee, Melrose, parcel of Lake Properties, Inc.,gran- brain.cutting off the oxygen to his I 01 1i All Sliding: Class Windows .

.. Always Good Utrd Can l
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Ml iJtar St. Pb. 355tS4 The doctors told Mr. and i anil Doors
-. Mrs. Wayne Homer that if # I
MISSIONARY
PIANOS!=\ this was not corrected Im- i Aluminum
mediately by major surgery, I happed Siding:
CONFERENCE YAMAHA I'UNOS Chris would die. They were

CNN and KIMHALLKMIBAI.I. advised to admit him to the I .. ,-, A Total EI.>.'tric'lIunlt' Thru Out.
_.....
neCANS: hospital immediately and

/n Chris was admitted to the Completely' Furnished I "i ilh I B.>u II ti fill
/+ Medical Center on May 15.
First
Baptist Wayne and Bonnie were then I Fiiriiitiirecoiistrueted( ", of heasv.lurahletopgttttlityninteriitf .
faced with an astronomical .
r. H: Lawtey medical bill and had no idea ( I )
where the finances would come

'.r : July 815Services from.problem Wayne with his discussed doctor this and I =-j ::1L ,;:4:::._. Fully Carpeted
t
he suggested that Wayne con-
"SMNiER"ORGANS : '
"
I tact the Bureau of Crippled !
HAVE
YOU TRIEDJohn .
Children of Florida for financial -
Roosevelt Mall 388-8519 I
7:30 P.M. 2929 N. W. 13th Goin. vllU aid.
Goal of the bureau Is to t..l I
FURNITURE render maximum service its
legal and financial limitations Brown'sPrice
FURNITUREAT will permit to the greatest
DBCOUN1 number of medical Indigent I ) I

children with chronic rehab- 0'I Mobile Home CenterHwy
EDWARD J. CORN CompleteHousehold I ilitative problems. '

,, Furnithinqt" Partial"financial participation 21 in Keystone Hgt, Flu 473-3775

EVANGELIST Up To *0% Savings aged by, the the parents parents being is encour-askedto
FOR
Pellon S.C. Boxky Chair Co. ment share within in the their cost ability of treat-to $16,485 You can Have a Beautiful

One of God's Men For This Hour 64? Co..." 1 Blork Pay.Being
From MO a young couple, havIng 24 X 64 MOBILE HOME
10 Years as full time Evangelist Jock.onv389.1741!! .' graduated from the Key-
stone School and 1970
in 1969 ,
outstanding Bible Preacher AUTO ELECTRIC and just starting out, Wayne with all the above features.
and Bonnie are not In the
20 Years Experienced MinistryYou've "Gold Cadillac" bracket, and
PEAVY Brothers have very little money to con-

Tried Everything Electric Co., tribute towards their baby's SEEING IS BELIEVINGIf

.. Alternators medical bills. 1
Starter The doctors told Mr. and
Else Not

Why Christ Try Generators Regulator Mrs."Miracle Homer Baby that," would Chris,have the you are in the Market for a HOME

? AUTO TRUCK to undergo further corrective -

A Friendly Welcome DIESEL heart time surgery in the at future an undermined -, you must see this one. |

4044 Lenex Av. Jon. which ty-five; would to thirty run; thousand from twen-dol- This home is so well constructed it is recommendedthat

To All 387.2529 lars, not counting the medIcal it be used for n permanent dwelling; onlv.
i bills he has already In-






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SIGN PETITION Well, as I have been about I in adequate supply of quality
By Starke Merchants In Early DaysStarke's By George Hugglns the County, and have talked to j ood Is becoming more and

difficult to provide.A .
thereis
Editor Telegraph: The Bride month Is gone some of our farmers, needto J:nore

and the 1973 Is half something our people assurance that
of
year feeling
B to sign Interestof
people In the
Let's urge know about
You and I better get made
for city mana- gone. I read the other you can get the crop
revived the petition Agriculture.
recently busy If there are things harvested Is the concernof
In Starke. with a and
tradition of celebrating the ger appointment planned for this year but day that the trouble farmer. Talk to far
Fourth of July with a series tl It will save the City money, done. One of my plans guy who talks too much Is our conversation
of % j .. ) v t. better service. not yet somethinghe mers and the
including and give us that he often says
of varied events, In the was to talk to our people Tve will lead into labor problems
need Improvement hasn't thought of yet.
races, horse shows, and fire- We through use of the newspaper on by the plentiful
works Is in keeping with a way City Hall Is run. media and I am Just six thought a lot and a long time, brought of Government Food
that
supply
tradition established here It will also help make Police months late starting again. as have our farmers, Stamps.

early in the century.In i iyt Chief and City Clerk an

t rt easier Job and they can per- ..,............ ......... ... ..,. ., ... ..y, ...." ,.. .. ,..... .,.. ..............01 People are not going to
those days the motive : 2 kk &11V1 form their duties better. pick strawberries, peas,
not purely patriotic,how- I Notebook
was County Agent beans crop tobacco or Just
ever. As' a matter of fact. --Victor Lamb cook in general, when It is
the town s enterprising mer- Hwy. 100, South to satisfy their needs:
so easy
banded together and By
chants by having an adequate supplyof
their stores open for '
kept
POLITICS Food Stamps.
while drawing the TAKEOUT
business, ,
town with a seriesof BOBBYTAYLOR that farm
crowds to / : r When you know
starting earlyIn Dear Editor: .. have
gala events, "" '# workers who did work,
the morning, and continu- ten to thirty dollars
Starketo earned from
of
I the citizens
wivesof urge "
the
and
dark. Even .
ing the till business men got Into take the Chief of Police .n.... .. ... .... .. ..... ... .. .. .. ....... ..,,1 -.9 a day this Is not spring the reason
Clerk out of poli- summer, pay
the act for It was their Job UncleSam's of the Board of Trade (as and City for not working. The silent
Tel- celebrated Let's have them appointed -
The
to provide a huge basket lunch, This is the way "Starke the Chamber of Commercewas tics. and We have started this column yard and notice a spongy feel- reason Is "I don't wantto
this as Council
birthday year the City
In the city park, with egraph of those early days by Closer observation will don't want
spread Ing. I
The celebrationwas called In those days), and the Council responsiblefor talking about the wea- work because
before.
of these gala never hold "
welcometo described one
all visitors to town given under the auspices it Is estimated that the city their performance. As It ther for several weeks now reveal a network of pencil- my food stamps cut-off. I
come and partake. holidays:: and sized tunnels. Control shouldbe farmer who
entertained 3,000 visitors Is now, with all being elect- because excessive rains know one good
tvnm Bradford.u and adjoining ed, there Is a tendency to other unusual weather con- started as soon as the first was able to secure Just one

counties the largest crowd tell each other to go to ditions had an adverse effecton tunnels are found. extra person to pick good

etJiTORiA1S? that ever gathered here upon because I am elected Just the majority of crops grownIn We have some good bulle- peas one day conditions last week.he Under has:

any occasion. like you are.Appointing. our area. I mention last tins that are free for the normal able to roundup
week that our tobacco grow- and always been
Diseases
Lawn
"People came from every them would make have their asking on 15 or 20 with very little
will probably
Day'ForFlorida's of the foot, and they ers Insects. Stop by your County He found groups
Independence point compasson their jobs easier "lightest" crop In many years Office on North 301 difficulty.
on horses In automobiles, by could give a much better per- because a number to tobacco in Agent's Starke or call us and we Just sitting around with :nc
,
train, and In all kinds of formance, and would not haveto patches have drowned before will send you a copy of either desire to work.

J New Adults vehicles. play politics and be wor- harvest was completed. EvenIf bulletin.

ried about being reelected all tobacco doesn't drown excessive Well, with less than five

"Chief of Police Silas Kite the time. moisture prevents Summer time is vacation per cent of our populate

to sign and Sheriff Denmark took extra --Ernest Phillips proper growth and maturityof time for most of our folks, engaged In producing food,,

Flori- that they have the right precautions to preventany 832 Cypress St. the leaves. These Imma- even our farmers and ranch- we need to understand am

For thousands of young ) contracts. The new group of young disorder that would mar ture leaves are difficult to ers. However[ It Is also plan- appreciate the role of the

dians, July 4 (Independence Day must remember to read all the festivities of the day buta cure and will be paper light ning time for you if you Intend farmer in our every day liv

has added significance this year. adults especially the more orderly crowd of the TIME FOR CHANGE and thin. to grow strawberriesor ing. Our farmer wants to continue -

contracts carefully same size was never gathered other winter vegetables.To in their professions just

"fine print-- before signing any- in one place. Only one To the Citizens of Starke: Unusual weather has also grow strawberries, you needto like most others In a proud:

thing. If there Is any doubt as to man was taken Into custodyand caused a high Incidence of locate a source of plants and respectible one. They,,

19 the meaning, an older adult, or detained until the fumesof Let's change our City gov- Insects and disease on our and place your order. You just like many other Industries

In effect, this group of 18, should be con- the liquor he had consumedtoo ernment to a City Manager crops. Lawns and ornamen- also need to select the field need labor.
con- even an attorney, his mind, that we can take some been affected.
and 20-year-olds, heretofore freely had left type so tals have also and begin land preparationfor
minors celebrated their sulted. and then released. pressure off the City Clerk Many lawns have signs of :disease your crop to be set in

sidered the realmof and Chief of Police, and so especially Brown Patch. October. The first step in aaasee.FORESTRY-

independence by entering of an Except for these few things "The main feature of the they can serve the taxpayer This disease got a good start land preparation Is to take a

adulthood, under authority that might be considered disadvantages day's festivities was the old- better. last fall and did a lot of dam- soil sample to determine limeor
at the 1973 legislative fashioned picnic and barbe- most folks could not
that
act passed of the age dolomite requirements.
COUNTYBy
from the standpoint where cities In Florida IN BRADFORD
cue at the city park, With only four recognize until this spring. sample report will
soil
session.In new adults there are many new barbecued beef, which had having these people elec- I know I had a couple of spotsin The tell the kind and
also
law may be horizons that have opened up to been properly cooked the day ted, we must be wrong. If my lawn. I raked the dead amount of you fertilizer you will
a way, the new William Tlson and right In having them the JohnO'Meere
the them. before by we are grass and re- rtlllzed need. There has been a fer-
considered mixed blessing by chicken pilau were served In elected, then all the other citIes area. The grass has now cov- tilizer shortage this spring, .
for while it gives abundance. These two things In Florida are wrong, andI '
people, ered the spots. fertilizer order
young will be able to mar- so an early
He she
freedoms in some areas, or formed the backbone of the don't believe they are. to this
you
them new consent box- have already may be Important a eje -- -
ry now without parental meal, but baskets and Mole crickets
such as purchasingliquoranddrlnking new and may find many new job op- es of other eatables were fur The City Council has taken gotten a start In many lawns. year.

in public, it also brings opening up. For instance nished liberally by the good some appropriate steps for We are now in the season We will be discussing other In the past few months 1 I

responsibilities and duties that are portunities had ladies of Starke. better accounting, and this when young mole cricket timely practices, plans and have been able to get out

associated with the status of adult- up to now a person Is good. The Chief of Police nymphs are growing, active preparations as we get closer in the field and meet with
to be 21 in order to drive a com- They can action landowners and check
Much more is involved than "Only one little hitch occurred has resigned. and mighty hungry to the time for many
hood. to buy alcoholic mon carrier but now the minimum In the dinner program. eat and destroy a lawn In a Hope you will set up your over their timber land. Inmost

the legal right' tracks will be 18, and trucking com- Before the tables were spread Let's take the proper steps short time. Mole cricket dam- calendar so that you won't cases, after checkingthe
at race age (in
beverages and to bet anxiously awaiting this and before the food was dis- and do what we should age Is easily detected when leave out any step necessaryfor growth percent of the timber -

and jai alai frontons. It may come panies are tributed-- fact before all bringing about a City: Mana- the soil is wet. All you haveto the production of your volume per 'acre. and
.
as a surprise to some young people new market for employees.In the baskets and boxes of food ger type of government.Aaron do is walk across your crop. basal area (crosssectionalsquare .

I that a price must be paid for had arrived at the park a Holley feet per acre), a recommendation
other fields the new law -- is made that
rain cloud
these new rights and privileges.As threatening stampeded 1508 N. Lawtey Rd.
will permit 18-year-olds to obtaina the crowd oiiu nnri oil assault HOME NOTESFrom promotes good forestry and
also takes Into considerationthe
made the tables -
was
July 1 become a notary upon
the law states, on gun license, and they were swept RIGHT TO ARMS needs of the landowner,

all Floridians who are 18 and over public deputy sheriff, insurance clean. After the first assault Your Extension Home

"shall enjoy and suffer the rights, agent, take a real estate exam, more food was placed Dear Editor Economics Agent Every piece of forest land
of all center and run met mWHAT'S has its own special problems,
privileges, and obligations operate a day-care upon the tables and it Today there Is an Insidious /

persons 21 years of age or old- for public office. He will also be the same fate."Tickets drive to make the American '" '1r. BY KATHY BROWN and a thorough should check be or made reconnaissance

s er." The words "suffer" and "ob legally entitled to frequent billiard for free automo- people believe that registra of firearms ..: .... ..l, before a final recommendation -

ligations" indicate that adulthood parlors, acquire a liquor license, bile rides were issued by the tion and will confiscation greatly reduce I can result.

the right to drink in pool room. hundred, and the owners of
means more than or work a automobiles were kept busy crime and violence. Just the HAPPENED/ TO risen much more rapidly Making! forest recons and
opposite is true. Guns don'tkill than the price of food.
and gamble. furnishing formulating written manage-
several hours PRICES?
For instance under their adult For many of the new group of for rides for the guests In the people. people kill people FOOD ment plans Is one of the primary

18-20 year olds have adults the new legal age means The states with the tough meeting of the We also need to realize duties of your County
the city A recent
status laws have not suc. have
gone
food prices
and est that
"rule" gun
be from parental Overall Extension Forester. Every management
"right" to freedom -
the of Bradford County
suddenly gained ceeded In taking guns out much less than such thing
at withthoroughly
recognized by "Free moving pictures Committee up request will be dealt
sued. They are now responsible for the pride of being the Hopson theatre were much the hands of the criminals. Advisory the as health care and shells to Insure that your
attention
and may no the courts as individuals capableof Violence and killing is as brought to my And food prices have risen
the debts they incur, appreciated by the visitors, from thefarmers' forest land receives the best
shield themselves under an making decisions for themselves.The and several shows were giv- old as Cain and Abel, and can Issue of food prices much less than wages, so treatment possible.

longer parental or legal pro- result for them should be greater en in the afternoon to packed be curbed only by removing point of view. that despite the rise In price:

umbrella of and incentive and a houses. those individuals from society food takes a smaller share .
,
tection. motivation who would do violence to We, as homemakers and of the average income and

new more meaningful Identity as "Dancing was enjoyed their fellow human beings. consumers need to consider after paying for our food, we Just as the rural landowner -
an equal footing with at the elimination of firearms some of the facts as 1 to can request the service;
The 18-20 year olds have alsc I citizens on throughout the afternoon not by have more money today
the Armory by the city's to what has caused the up other things. of the County Forester, scan <
their elders. spend on
gained the right to serve on juries, surge In food prices and to the urban dweller.
This is a duty of every eligible gJlests. and until a late hour Public records show that: be more careful In wherewe

American but it is also often an For some others, however, the In the evening by the young each year thousands of shop place "blame" for this. According to the Secretary i In Several people in Starke

inconvenience and may sometimes new rights will mean an opportunity folk of Starke. owners and homeowners are All one needs to do Is talk of Agriculture's received report an have contacted me with requests -

for a reckless exercise of per- able to defend their propertyand to a farmer or two to 1972, farmers each to look at their shade
involve considerable sacrifice in 1 "At 3:30: In the afternoona of 40 cents of
their families with the use learn quickly that all extraswe average when noticed something -
could have some trees they
,
x-eedom that between store
time and loss of earnings. sonal free baseball game dollar spent at the
of hand guns. Criminals read- are paying for food Is you wasn't quite right with
long-lasting effects, the Starke Grays and the Jacksonville farm-produced foods.But.
unfortunate, ily admit that any gun in the not pouring Into the farmer'spocket. for their appearance. These requests -
wit-
for
Then there is the right for with no cushion of parental protection nessed at Red Duncan Sox Park was by the hands of a citizen Is a great the price that Increased you pay faster have gone the gamut

adults to support to fall back on. menace to the law breaker. food has from lightning strikes to
these new young largest crowd that ever con- I has been"sold" The retail price of food than the farmer's share,
Gun legislation
themselvesand! this might open gregated In that enclosure. In February 1973 averaged We also need to realize; I Cherry-Laurel Dleback.
to
prevent
as a
in the mqans .
whole new can of worms. To all young people age 7.3 cent higher thana that the prices that the fart
up a crime, while it has actually per Forestry
Parents of the new 18-20 year old group that became adults on July 1, "Most of the business hous- contributed to its i increase. year earlier. In 1972, er receives for his produc!I The Florida Division handling of shade:-
feels that
adults are no longer responsiblefor the advice from parents, legisla- es of the city, and many pri- The registration and confiscation the prices of all food increa- fluctuate widely. When 1 hll I tree problems In urban areas
vate residences were taste- they usual r
and others with long much sed 4.3 percent. prices go up -
creditors of firearms
goes
chooseto tors ol
unless they part
their support, fully decorated with the national down later. Is a very Important
adult world Is: "Go than the pretext of come
deeper
experience in the colors and the entire the forester's work In this
be. feet on the preventing crime. One of the reasons for this state. Most homeowners would
slow until you get your city wore a holiday appear rise Is the extremely strong The report of the Secretar
since they often treasure
If a father decides to kick a ground and become uSed to your ance. The American people should demand for food more people of Agriculture indicates that agree the beautiful hardwoodsand

free-loading, good-for-nothing son new-found rights and privileges. become familiar with the are working and bringing changes In farm prices show they have

or daughter out of the house, he Don't sign anything until you've readit. "The business contributed men of the liberally Communist rules for revolution home a pay check. Wages up In the supermarkets, but growing evergreens on their lawns.
town generally -
Beware of being taken by unscrupulous One of the rules taken have gone up and the eco not so suddenly, nor always
will have to get a job or toward the
she financing
or 1 It
and dealers." directly from the Communist nomy is booming. We are In the same direction. B. .
find some other means of support. "wheelers affair, and the good wivesof program Is, "Cause the reg. eating more meat than ever: also points out that farmer

There is no legal recourse. The Go easy on your new privilege to the communitv furnishedbig istration of all fir ear m s on before, and we are building are only now recovering fro For the fisherman, here Isan
drink alcoholic beveragesand -- baskets of eatables that with a viewto We eating low farm prices idea for producing fish
new law In effect, "emancipates"the buy and some pretext up the price. are years of ,
,
back
don't drink and have made Bradford County them and leav- much have climbed bait right In your own
of an 18 19, or 20- above all, confiscating almost twice as beef though expenses Caterpillar
parents -
famous yard. The Catalpa Sphinx
ing the population helpless. per person as 20 years ago,, steadily and the Investment -
year-old from being legally responsible drive. bidding strongly for beef in farming is muc is famous as an outstanding
financially for their The Communists know that at stores But while; fish bait. These Insects -
today. I
purchases higher
After this bit of advice, we "Yes, sir-- thank you sir-- America has to be disarmed In our out. Yet feed exclusively on the
children.It meals eaten the farmer Is producing mon I
at
the Fourth of July was a very take us over.It and Tree
can
before
Welcome to they leaves of the Catalpa
to of beef prices Incomeshe
have only say-- are thinking food for less of our -
large day In Starke. their success we
world. And the degree is vital to yardstick for all In turn Is not sharin which can be purchased at
is also expected that some the adult may that no arms be In: the handsof as the : well-stocked Florida

unscrupulous dealers and sales- of responsibility you show in 4th IN HAMPTONIn the people. Just before the food costs. ful'y In the benefits We of hi I any Nursery.
nee:
men will try to take advantage of exercising these new tbem.miliij privileges Communists all firearms seized control were In Our Food Stamp and Food own to recognize productivity.that the farmer'production Once a colony has been established -

the inexperienced young people now prove that you deserve contrast to the scene taken Hungary Into police custody to Distribution Programs are efficiency and loft bait can be picked

in Starke, the following para "protect" the people The now helping 15 million low- returns in the 1950's and 19. off all summer long since

graph described the peace- Hungarian people were left Income people more than 60's have been a major factor there are three or four generations -

ful 4th of July in Hampton: to fight tanks with rocks and twice as many as three years In keeping the cost t 01; of caterpillars eacl

clubs. The United States Constitution agoso that they, too, are living for consumers from.
_oaroq coil "The Fourth In Hampton I guarantees the eating better and adding tithe rising faster. year.

The I demand for food. Ir Several Caltapa Trees In
was exceedingly quiet. "Right to Keep and bear
( ACiIYtto 0 ? j)4 majority of the population left: arms." This right must always 1972 government expenditures Let's keep these point a group are desirable, although -

MEMtERQC town for the day many going be zealously guarded. on food programs amounted In mind when we consider a colony may be started

to Starke Jacksonville Law Truly Yours, to $3.5 billion. food prices. If you would< on a single tree. Give the
Q toy, Lake Geneva, and Gran-. Very like to see a copy of the trees special care by fertilizing -
I. Meng
Paul pre-
more
1977 We eating
are
4 BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER din. Hampton Fla convenience foods with complete report from tl1e< and watering as need-
iOti- pared already Secretary of Agriculture,wltl! ed.
Publisher work
"The depot presented quite more of the kitchen statistics to back up thi To start a colony on your
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, lively scene during the morn- .. 4 completed. This saves statements I've passed 01 trees, Just transfer a few

Fla. under Act of March 3, 1879. Ing, while the morning trains work In the homes, but we're n to you In this column com: caterpillars or egg masses

Subscription rate in trade area: 16 pet year: 13.30 sic months. were arriving. There were Few thing stir emotions costs money. meals Also, out w by my office In the Agriculture from a tree with a known
of Americans
Outside trade area: 17 per year: $4.00 six months. Starke, Fia.J 168 tickets sold for the two deep In the attack bun on mother, eating more And the cost of Center. I'll be happ;'. colony. Be careful that you
like home.
Phone 964-630' morning trains. --July 10, the "* ..-Aec has to lend you a copy. don't Injure the caterpillars.OJ .
"
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SAVE Me
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Bleach 3 HALF $100 '
J GALLONS
SAVE 17c THRIFTY MAID'') PRICES GOOD THURS. JULY 5 THRU WED. JULY 11

Grapefruit Juice 3 -s $100 rajClorox 18
W-D BRAND
.r. THRIFTY MAIDPeaches

29'0.. USDA CHOICE ROLL
\\ol . 3 CANS $100 _
SAVE 14c ASTOR I y CHUCK oJ A $1
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Fruit Cocktail 4 CANS $100 21

SAVE 16c. THRIFTY MAID CRUSHEDPineapple ROAST
:( 20'0.. BELOW
''. : . 4 CANS $100 CEILING PRICE

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_:u'' + iiiSMiiU \ # N Ham 4 LAN; $599 Franks -' 79C

tJ.1:: ;-!.., .. s / W-D BRAND SMOKED PORK SHOULDER WHOLE SAVE lie W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF CHUCK

\ Picnic LB.69c Roast. 98cLAND
.... LB.
O' SUNSHINEBUTTER
ya -- I (1 W-D BRAND GRADE 'A' BAKING SAVE lOe W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF CHUCK

1 Hens 69C Steak $109
LB.
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SAVE 7c FRESH PORK SHANK HALF OR WHOLE SAVE lOc W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS

j Hams LB 88C Steaks DELMONICO $239 .
LB. '
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1-LB. 68 USDA INSP. (NO ADDITIVES)
"' PKG.QTRS.. } 99C .
N ( .) Sausage GrDi: 3 *. $259 ,

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,' S-oi. 16-oz. .
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BATHROOM SAVE 33c ARMOUR POTTED 3 9
'1.-: 2-ROLL $ 00 3 01. $
Tissue 4 PKGS. ] Meat. 8 CANS $100 1 10

SAVE 20c THRIFTY MAID CUT SAVE 14c THRIFTY MAID VEGETABLE 1 BELOW

Gr. Beans 6 16 CANS'oc. $100] Soup . 8''lO'/j-oi.CANS $100 I LB. CEILING PRICE

SAVE 20c THRIFTY MAID CS OR WK DIXIE DARLING FAMILY
16'01. $100 Bread S W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
. Corn . 6 CANS ] 4 5s. $100

SAVE 20c CHEK ALL FLAVORS SOFT SAVE 16c DIXIE DARLING HAMBURGER! BUNS OR HOT DOG STRIP
28-0.. $ OO 8 PK. N Y I
Drinks Rolls 4 $100 /
6 BOTTLES 1 . PKGS. 1 .

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/In 5 8 Corn . 12 EARS 99c Pie. 'PKG.X100

DOZEN SANTA ROSA SAVE 16c SHOESTRINGPlums

LD': . . LB.39c Potatoes. . 4 1V..LB.PKGS.B. slop

Lr PERLETTS SAVE 49e SEA PAK

f SCHLITZ White Grapes u.59C Shrimp 'n Batter ;' ::. s1o

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WASHINGTON STATECherries LIBBY REGULAR OR PINK LEMONADE H

I"K.-. . LB.59c Limeade . 8 CANS' $100]
BEER
CALIFORNIA JUMBOCantaloupe MORTON BLUEBERRY CINNAMON APPLEMuffin
I 2 FOR $1 Rounds 2 PKGS.n 12.01.. $100]
:1' SAVE

';I r 25C $ Orange TROPICANA Juice 3 STNS.; $1 100 FROZEN Strawberries 2 ''CUPS slop

!C';: 6 SAVE JOe SUPERBRAND WHIPPED CHUN KING CHICKEN OR MEAT & SHRIMP

r i 12-oz.PACK Topping . 3 10'01.TUBS $1 Egg Rolls . 2 te*.. $100 <.

I SAVE ISc BLUE STAR CHICKEN BEEF OR TURKEY DIXIANA (STEW VEGETABLES 24-oi.) OR CUT
.. CANS Pot Pies . 5 PKGS.8'0'. $100 t Green Beans 2 "PKGS.'". slop

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Cigarettes Bag Cookies Cups Sliced Bacon ,
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HOUSES FOR SALE ter GoBese pills.Tablets" Andrews&E-Vap"wa-Pharmacy MARTiN! CAMPERSU.S. ACE Enterprise Forget SUMMER SALE

5tp 7/12 90 West, Lake City

HOUSE PAINTING- Free es- Phon. 752-3723 Electric & Plumbing something? Boats & Troll Motors
For Best Slction
NATIONAL mortgage wnnpv-, timate. Call A. J, Newman Of Repairs & Service Ohl & Up To 2O% Off
ny has two four bedroom, 2 after 5 p.m. Ph. 964-5559. TRAVEL TRAILERS New Work
bath homes for sale, on 1/2 4tp 7/5 MINI-HOMES I

acre wooded lots. Low down TRUCK CAMPERSAND Trailer Power Poles Installed SLIMS FISH & STUFF
payment. Call and gee how TOPPERSFull
easy it is to own one of these 24 lir. Service
t FOR SALE ) : 431-1000 4734357I1WY
homes. Call collect Ocala 622- Lin Of Ports And
8118. tfchg 0
Service TP 431-1200 964-8220 21 KEYSTONE HGTS.

A.J. Thomas, Registered Real FOR SALE- Quality furniture
Estate Broker-205 N. Tem cheap. Sold our home and are
ple Ave., Tel. 964-5701 going to buy furnished Mobile
home. Vernon Olin 964-8746. A.A. MEETING Your
GENERAL REAL ESTATE Itchg Job Opportunities Well, don't forget last sum Phone 964-6061 t ''Z FREE
Sales and Appraisals 30 FRIDAY NIGHT Real Estate mer's sizzling heat) Tame <
Years Experience in Flori- hot weather fast with a famous J7 'I'ESTIMA TESr
da Land Matters. Wanted to KEEP carpet cleaning problems 8:30: P.M. BrokerBUY Cook Carrier quality cen-
estate In or small-use Blue Lustre tral air conditioner at the
appraise every
Interested in Bradford County wall to wall. Rent electric 309 N. CHERRY ST. -.SELL, TRADEAPPRAISALS DishwashersRestaurant lowest prices ever duringour
shampooer $1. Devrlck, Inc. preseason price-breaker WELLS
tfchg JfJt-: sale! ELECTRIC SERVICE
301 E. Call St. 964-6163. Want To Drink, That's -sa 1'E / : 'l (Ettabli.hed 1949)

FOR SALENew 3 bedroom AKC Call Bill Powell !1111I
SHETLAND Sheep Dogs Your Business 744 N. Thompson, Starke
brick veneer, 2 baths, living I
_
kitchen and (miniature Collies); puppies 964-6464 uunI r--II----: I 24 of
room, dining Fast Service Pricesand
area. Good location. Financing occasionally also sable and Want To Stop, That's Our years Fair

available. Call.Buford white stud service--SHI- Business 24 Hrs. A Day Quality Workmanship make us prove it( \
JEA Kennels. 9648878.
Mitchell 964-6853. tfchg I
4tp 7/12
Sawyer-Slade Gas
'
FOR SALE- BR house, wallto .oNo to.o.too.
wall carpet paneled walls. FOR SALE2 large waterfront SEWING RAY'S ELECTRIC 332 W. Madison '
Phone 4734951. 9500. lots on Hampton Lake. Keystone Hgtt. WAYNE'SSPEED
2tp 7/5 F. Register 964-5883 or 964- MACHINESales R.sid.ntlalCommercial Stcrke, Fla.
8771. tfchg 964-7701 SHOP
and Service ,

FOR SALE1963 2-ton CMC PFAFF ELNA IndustrialAAA Monitor Channel 13 GOOD PAY oGoooooooOoGOoOOOOOCARL I 2M!. W. On 16 964-6248

r FOR RENT :] with watermelon body & pulpwood )- New Home On C.B. Radios AND BENEFITSPaid All Name Brand

ton Chev.rack with, 1250.pulpwood 1950 rack I 11/2, WHITE Licensed & Bon Vacations BEGGS : Speed Equip
-- ------- ----
$800. One utility trailer frame $49.50 Free EstimatePh. Paid Holidays Gulf Service .
$125.Carl J. Wilson, 964- up Headers By
FOR RENT12' wide mobile <6691. 4tp 7/5 Parts & Reoairs on 473-3681 Group Insurance Iledman HookerS
homes outside city limits. J. Profit Sharing -
B. White. Ph. 964-6114. If ]LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering all other moke machines No Job Too Small Uniforms USED : iml >rson S 1\tort.

no answer, 964-6219. a X 9. $3,1'1. 9x12. *S.9 : ----- ---
or 964-6152. tfchg 12X1'2.: $11.50: 1? v ti: .OnlV And Many Others Intakes By
(14.95., Many patterns and colors NATIONAL PARTSFor J
FOR RENT2 bedroom 12' Dahmer's Discount tf PUMPSNEW Apply In Person At Offrnhnutter & EtlelhrockCrtine
wide trailer on nice shady rIot 611 W. Univ. Ave. i I -------------
Most Makes Of Cars
air conditioned. Call 964- AND USED HOLIDAY INN
I LOTSZoned: for mobile Gainesville, Fla. Cants & Custom Wheels Carters
8029. Itp t homes and hoimes. Several SALES OF STARKE 24 Hr. Wrecker Service j .
!subdivisions to choose from, 3781355United & Holly Curl
PARTS Hwy. 301 N. Waldo j
only $95 down. Monthly payments Betw..n 8 A.M. 5 P.M.
AUTOMOBII.ES to suit your budget. SERVICE Phone 468.1998 < Shifters By lUre Gasket ,

USED tfchg Ph.: 468-1551 or 964-8331. Farm Deep and Shallow Wells l| Indy & Hurst

Agency, Inc r.J r' ..(" .. "
I LOTS: FOR SALE Starke Golf Reg. Real Estate Broker Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT COMPLETE POULTRY EQUIP OF I r1. -- '

FOR SALE1970 Torino Fal- 1 Country Club, ready for HOUSE CLEANINGInside 1 : ; ;:
con SS, 6 cyl., 23,000 miles, building on or for Investment Paul & Irene Faulkner SERVICEON & Out ALL KINDS. .
excellent condition. Call 964- I Lots: area approximately 1/2 Associates ALL MAKES -
7226. 4tp 7/5 acre and larger. Paved roads 206 S. Water Str..t PHONE 964.1061DURRANCE STEAM CLEAN R. Q. Simmons
(ynly J 3 minutes from town. I .C .
1. .
Starke Fla. 964.5065 Mildew Paint Stripping
Call: 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5 Equip Co.
Pun. tfchg WANT TO SELL OR Carpet & Floor Service ",,\.0..' =
HELP WANTED --- BUY REAL ESTATE? PUMP & SUPPLY CO. PHONE 964.5771 317 E Brownl.. St. r =

WATSON'S Call Us For Best Prices Before 8 A.M. after 4 P.M.
HOUSE OF VACUUMS Prospects Moved 5 Blocks North Starke, Fla. j
Many brands of new vacuums Waiting tlchg 864 N. T.mpl. Av* Complete Janitorial
I ------ --
WANTEDLivein house- 139.00: up. Used machinesrom Service Phone 964-6819

keeper for Keystone Heights f] $10. Expert Repairs BOYD NERVY r U PLASTERING
area family. Separate living ill makes. Parts and Acces- INTERESTED 'I tfchg H a
IN
quarters and salary. Ph. 473- s Dries for all vacuums. Boll* r LONG CHAMP SELLING BUYINGOR ? n AND DRY WALL, Inc. t
In Central
3540. Itp vacumn clea;! '*j
lystems.; 712 N.Main Gainesville Phone 782-3578 Or 782-3896 t
376-7110 t Home and Building!! CONTACT P.O. Box 605
HELP WANTED-FEMALE' Lawtey, Fla.
ATTENTION: PARTY PLAN- ; "Materials HIPP YP TRACTOR CO.Telephone. I
GEORGE ROBERTS
Our 26th YEAR Highest Com- '. WE BUILD 372.3464 HARDCOAT STUCCO t
missionslargest Election of ..n REAL ESTATE
toys & giftsl Over 300 best- Mobil. Hornet "Your Plan. Or Our. FARM MACHINESNew I SIMULATED BRICK
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selling items in a Full Color Your Lot Or Ours." Charles Zipperer
Catalog. Call or write SAN- UNCLES & DOUBLE WIRES Wayne Douglas & Used "We Make House Calls j
TA'S PARTIES, Avon, Conn. Expendo Room & Add FREE ESTIMATES AssociatesPHONE I
06001. Phone I (2036733455. On Rooms t Remodeling Repairs 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441 13t-9/6
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BANK FINANCING Traded "Wh.r. Service Is Th. Better Idea" I I rI FACTORY HELP NEEDEDI
HWY 17 NORTH ACREAGE FOR SALE

MISCEllANEOUS GREEN: COVE s/73 f..4-S53 RileyPaving I I

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Male i I
HOUSE PAINTINGInterior Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits.
& Exterior. Free estimates MILLII' lrw RefinishingAlt i '
freely given. First class HELP WANTED
workmanship guaranteed. r f .11fY Typt. ofUpholitvry Parking Lots IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY AT i
Contact Lonnie Roberts, Rai-
ford, Fla. after 6 p.m. & O) I .
lv'irw.r :
Day4732127 : OWEN j ji
weekends. 431-1768. 4tp 7/26 ,Pff/I/Ie' Cabinet Work Southern Wood Piedmont JOIST
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FILING CABINETS. Type Specializing: In 473-2102 i AN
EQUAL
writer Stands Desks, Chairs, New & U..dlOt; Piano OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Safes. -Bradford County Sale. Srvic RefinishingAnd I'.O.DriiHerF i
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chase in Bradford County or 7:00 A.M.
To
GAINESVILLE 5:00: P.M.
J 1313[ W. Madison Starke Flu.
area: 3 BR, 2 bath house. .
STARKE BUILDERSA -----------
Call L. B. Register, Jr.. 473- ---
3305, after 5 p.m. ItpWANTEDUsedfurnlture TFrs
Service I
Complete Building
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PIN UH RST
REDUCED RATES : Zl Acres Phone 964-5270 219 E. Washington St.

frigerators, washers.-Dh- AUTO FIRE BOAT : Joins City LimIts SAVE S Starke, Fla. Grocery And Variety StoreWE
Bier's Discount House tfchg : 2 Pav.d roads CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL
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INSURANCE : 1 Gradew7.500a00 FRED DAVIS $4.Comoletely .S9 HAVE MOST COMPLETE
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home moving /+iso 9 BUICK PONTIAC'CMC
mobile home hurricane anchoring TRUCKS Install Compare At $6.50_per Sq. yd. FABRIC AND NOTIONS SHOPIN
& mobile home roof "
coating. Olin's 0. C. Cirnts : 3 BEDROOM A LITTLE RIDE CAN STARKE
Mobile
Home Nersary
Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. Thousands .f Plants : HOUSE SAVE YOU A LO T.3;; BEAUTIFULLY. SCULPTURED Also Complete' Line Of} Hardware & Drapery Supplies
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LICENSED electrician and Aialaas, Rasa. In E.c..d. P.H.A. Specification M.rv.u and ChrlMIn. D... .
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ler. 4tp 7/5 e I ImIi Each word over 33, lOt

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er supplies and automatic Custom" built Fiberglns. "Home Of The Magnetic Sign"
speed controls. Contact Paul 509 E. University Fishing Boats. MACHINE ROLLS. OLIN'S MOBILE
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',- ''' ,\\1 '" Louise Koren, a three year weelc's meeting held to elect suggested a school adminstra- be beneficial for all school Olivia
Scott
jT librarian at
: I :, classroom teacher at the new retiring off ers and to honor tor, Handy Newlandfor the administrators to go back the high school a; and treasurer -
will teachers.
School
Bradford Middle ,
post Into the classroom, to see Jewell Crawford.Outgoingpresident.
head the Bradford County The president-elect] was In suggesting that a teacher just what a classroom teacheris
Education Association as nominated by ex-superinten- could better represent the faced with.Elected Steve
president for the 1973-74 dent Tom Casey after a teachers-Casey: In reference, ] as vicepresidentwas Miller Introduced the retiring
school term following last nominating committee had stated that he thought It would Steve Miller; secretary. teachers; Mrs. Muriel Nor-
man, J.C. Hobbs, Mrs.Evelyn
Haney, Mrs. Gladys Wasdln,
ut M n A Mrs. Martha Wheeler, and
7 k White Inmates Foster Shi Smith, to Supt.
At Raiford
Fear BlacksLouie Jim Temple and the group.

Temple praised the retiring

L. Wainwright, director regated status to end discrimInation Wainwright said the ans- prisoners to eliminate this teachers for their long ser-
of Florida's Division against the white mi wer to the problem is an Increase condition." vice to Bradford County and

of Corrections, agrees with nority. in the prison system Blacks began outnumbering In other comments, told tea-
recent charges that many U, S. District Judge Charles staff and further measures whites in the orison SYS- chers that st.te funding was
I white Inmates inFlorldaprls- R. Scott said that he con- to stop overcrowding."We tem for the first time in still uncertain but that he
i ons are living In a constant strued such allegations to con- don't have the personnel 1968, the director said. In feels a pay raise of $300to
I state of fear because of Increasing stitute a claim of subjectionto to protect inmates from December 1972, the percentage $500 per teacher will
organized terrorist cruel and unusual punish- these attacks," he said. "But was 65-44, but in some be possible. He explained
I activities by black prisonerswho ment, as well as denial of more than protection is need- of the correctional facilitiesthe that It would probably be
now outnumber whitesIn equal protection under the ed. There must be counsel- percentage is now as highas closer to $300 but not less.
the prison system."It law Ing and reasoning with the 68 per cent black.

Is an extremely haz- -
ardous condition," Wainwright -
said In a recent interview -

artistic touch turns beer tabs Into ob|.ets of b.auty. begging.to"White be locked prisoners In their are SEETHE DIFFERENCESEE

cells because of these increa-

sing activities by blacks, THE BEAUTY
which Include sexual at-
She's Talented With Beer Tabs"I tacks."

Wainwright said these acts SEE THE QUALITY
of terror are also affecting
just thought they looked to look real. She even Mrs. Spear has some prison employes. "We've had :i
like flowers, so I startedto went to a taxidermist, but of her work, including the 20 staff members to resignat
make flowers," says Mrs. she had already put a coat items in the photo with this Raiford because of the problem -
Elda Mae Spear of the beautifully of enamel on the fish so article, on display at Smith and 35 others have requested .
colored figures she he couldn't help. So, Mrs. Lake Grocery, about three transfers," he said.
makes out of tabs from beer Spear started painting the miles off SR-100 on snS-214 "The problem Is serious QUALLS
cans. fish, and It still doesn't at Smith Lake. The pictures throughout the system."
exactly suit her. will remain on display through The director said this organized -
It all] started just before The Redbird project beganas this weekend. They can terrorism has developed -
last Christmas when Mrs. one bird. That didn't be appreciated much betterin during the past two BAKER MOBILE
Spear made a chain of beer seem enough so Mrs. Spear their full color than in years, and may be due In partto "
can tabs, the part that comes ended up with what is In the newspaper photo. an increase In the Black
off the top of the can when the bird figure. Muslim Influence. HOMES

you open It, to go on her It took three weeks to Wainwright's statementswere
Christmas tree. First she make one flower picture. made after a white Rai-
Union
made the long chain of tabs, Glue has to set and dry Opens ford Inmate,Bernard W.Nash, l'h then began to think they between layers tabs. Mrs. recently filed suit in the Fed- Leaseev! I2\6<1 you come

looked like flowers. So, Spear used metal shears Blood BankNorth eral District Court In Jack-
she made flowers, all kinds, to cut the tabs to shape sonville, seeking relief. Option To Buy
and painted them so they and a pair of needle nosed Nash said that outnumbered West of Keystone Hgts.Maintenance ofQUALL'S
look more real than plastic pliers to form them. Florida HeR"lonalHospital's white prisoners are being Nine ((9)) Tree
flowers, and much prettier. "It takes time and Pat Blood, Mobile subjected to murder, homo- years 21x60I ()
and I've got plenty of both," visited Lake Batler's Union sexual rape, and threats that
Mrs. Spear says. She retired General Hospital last Fri- keep them in a constant state I on Home The First Nome
Since then Mrs. Spear, two from day for the official openingof of I 1Td.lint1'I'on Air ,
years ago fear to the extent they are
who lives on Buddy Lake, the Harry E. James Insurance the hospital Union County; afraid to use the prison recreational $310.71: I Security 1)ep.'l
two miles north of Grandin Co. in Jacksonville, and blood bilk. and other facilities. /In Mobile Homes
and ]
and nine one miles mile from off Keystone SRS-315 In Pat the Is retired after 38 years Sows ;7 local sad area residents lie asks in his suit that the $ $103.58l\loPu $12,500.oo
Jacksonville
post office prisons be returned to
Heights, has made the figuresin had pledged to be don- a seg-
It took over 200 tabs for
for the Blood Mobile to
ors
the
photo above and at
just one wing of the eagle.
least five more she has make the call. Of the num- f K
The tabs all come from the
given to members of her ber pledged, 47 actually came 4
Smith Lake owned
Grocery
to donate their blood on behalf -
family. Paul and Tonie It It.I
by Hall. of themselves, their fam-
Most difficult project so The Halls save all their ily or to be credited to some
far Is the fish in the photo, beer can tabs for Mrs. organization to which they
Spear; it takes about two in which havea .I 1
getting it shaped to look belong, or they
weeks to fill a 10 pound interest. c
like a fish. It does look special
like stuffed fish bag. 1i
amazingly
a
Under the direction of Mrs
that would be hanging on Every beer has a different
Pat Whitten, ASCP, the four-
the wall. Then Mrs. Spear kind of tab, Mrs. Spear says. man team from North Florida:
had trouble painting the fish Miller's was the one with Regional was rewarded with r N

a gold colored tab but Busch the collection of 29 pints of
just came out with one.
blood. For various reasons::
Honor "You have to get the effect 18 of the prospective donors!!
," Mrs. Spear says, explaining found that they could not y ;
the very detailed donate their blood at the time. 'si i
America work In her figures. Mrs.
':
Spear also has a taste for
,
and is a talented painter
7Vi.v Assessments.From
Day Set enabling] her to use colors .
and textures with the figures.
"I can get engrossed In ( Page 1)) acM S SleCfric
For 4thA this and the day Is gone

before I know It," she says. from his office, then fill It
special ceremony-Honor A garden and the Spear yard out and file it with County

America Day-Is set July 4 also keeps her busy and Clerk Gilbert Brown within '
from 5-6 p.m. in front of the active. 17 days after receiving the t 4rv t t'E '
Bradford County courthouse notice of the Increased as-

under sponsorship of American sessment.
Legion Post 56. 3 Elected Clerk Brown will place the

matter on the agenda for the
The will
Independence Day
To Post In Board of
Adjustment meeting.
get under way with the pledge
the Under a new law passed by
allegiance to the flag and
posting of colors by the Leg- Lake ButlerOne the Florida legislature Long
said, he must submit his tax
ionnaires. The national ai-
roll to the
them will then be sung by the county commis-
Incumbent and two
newcomers sion and the school board with
First Baptist Choir, under have been elected to ,
the explanation that the $5.4
the direction of Bill George, \
serve on the Lake Butler City million increase in assess- '\'ttt
who Is chairman: of the ceremony Couacil.
ments would enable those
\.i\\\u! Oflli.E
City Clerk Llnnle Cone re- boards to receive the same E tat 91J""EO >
Charles Schaefer, who is portad that with the absentee revenue In taxes as in 1972 / \ .\\J.'E.O"\ 7.1 \ ."
treasurer of the committe, ballots in, Incumbent John with a reduction of about two \ AQttl
said the speaker may be a Shaw with: 151 votes and Mrs. mills. f..
former prisoner of war br- Sliari :Mlnshew. a teacher at He said the law requiresboth
; ought home from Vietnam, the Lake Butler Middle School, boards to conduct public -
if arrangements are succ- wll! l3 vj'31, both won two- hearings and explain why \ \0601
: essful. ;year terms in Tuesd'Y's elec- they need an increase in tax- eyb"ty i-Oal1'{o rJO \< ..
d
<
If not, he said,300 copies of a es above the 1972 level, If ..ne)9 e Lops yeP k
tion.Colin the boards chose to seek Go \ bdm
booklet on flag etiquette will be Halle, who received 74 tJ\ y\.8 r 0 t \.(\toff \.p0'pniie
distributed to the audience, votes, was eliminated. more revenue than in 1972. w strati or d toO &(\11I\.65 i,
and he will deliver a talk on In the for the t' ...< o: "
race one
Bradford r ii
year County's total cvot8'... the SgtCCeQted' too4:<--> < "
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respect for the flag. term to fill the vacancy created mlllage last year, county and ., ,.. LVet5Lb en Do .<-'O.'"'..<-rk
by the resignation of John school board 19.987. A benat c't .o"
was
Highlight of the program will ...'"'
t\ \ ,
;
Dekle, T.S. Thomas Jr. () e nave < .0 Y pOG'
was "
be memorial to the servicemen two mill decrease would lower "
; from Bradford County }the overwhelming winner with it to 17.987, meaning a ***
&
: who gave their lives for their 107 votes. resident would pay $17.99 In %&
Y Country in World War H, the He defeated Donald DrIg- taxes per $1 OOO of assessed ; 'C"f'
.. Korean War and in the War (gers, who received 55 votes, valuation, $1$2 per thousand
In Vietnam. ;LeRoy Stalvey, 32 votes, and less than the $19.99 he paid '.'
t Roger DeBose, 20 votes.Septic. in 1972. '. '
This year's celebration will
be quiet different from last

year's spirit. The previous ,
:: year's fireworks, Honor America .
:: Day parade, the riding- 7 (I II /,....... ..

::, clubs, the queens of Bradford 'V'V.tV ..."., ,
:: County, young Mr. and Miss (From '-, ;''fo'\, ,
.:: Honor America King and Queen Page 1)) .. \ lV : 1 '( .
and other events will ..
not be presented this year. 1 two' months and hadn't heard tic tank program for Florida ,.,
I.. i anything from them yet,"Tra- indicated that the legislative

will Schaefer be over said In the time ceremony for the 1 wick said. Intent program is to for be handled the septic through tank Congratulations. Its: not every day your son If you compare durability and features, plusor

.. audience to get to Keystone Gene Long, clerk of the daughter gets accepted by a college. our years of experience in making portablesThe
: Heights, or to other cities In Bradford County Zoning the county health departments work, of course, is going to get a lot (especially electrics), you'll know why
the to wloiess display starting July 1
1973.
vicinity, a ,
; Board, agreed that switching
.; of fireworks. inspections and the Issuing of tougher. Which is why a Smith-Corona makes more people in the world buy SmithCoronaan

permits back to the local level Under the procedure now, ideal graduation gift. It can help) with Electric Portables than any other. I

,+ He said the committee is would be a big help to buildersand when a building permit is saving time, spelling, and most important, And why you should, too. .
; making plans now for a par- others wishing to install Issued by the County Zoning
; ticlpation in the Bicentennial Board, the local Health Department with organization.
septic tanks. "It Just wasn't .,
-: Celebration In 1976. practical to wait a month or Add to that the right amount of application } 0

At that time the committee more for this to be done In makes Is given a copy and and ability and you can begin looking forward SICIM. e SMITH<;ON..U... .. -CORONA. I '
inspection of
; Jacksonville," he said. the tank graduation.
., will seek a $5,000 contrtbution before it Is covered up. to next
,. from the City of Starke But why Smith-Corona? We think we make better students.

and from Bradford Countyto Trawick received a letter Trawick said that inspect- Because all typewriters are not the same. We know we make better typewriters.
finance a week-long series :from the State Departmentof ions and permits for all sub- ..
1 of events at each of the coma < Health last week stating divisions and mobile home
munlties In the county; and that the 1973-74 appropriations parks must still be made through see Them At Bradford Telegraph
winding up with a mammoth act, earmarking $852, the Pollution Control County
1 celebration In Starke. 000 for use in a special sep- Board.

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