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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 12, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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JULIAN C. YONGS

US LEDHAllX HISTORY"OAINESVILLEFLA. PKY LIBRARY

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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of HeavenVol.


94 STARKE, FLORIDA 150

No. 48 Thursday, July 12, 1973 Copy

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City, CountyHit County Teachers Receive










Of BreakInsFour By Rash $ 315/Year/ Salary Increase






Four new utility

new utility policy recommen- Vrl'i\ { '****" policy recommen-
dations received no
from the .
dations received no support ..

Starke City Council at Its June 19 meet- v-"iiH4.W support from the

Ing, but were adopted during another ? Starke City Coun-
cil at its June 19
New
3.
stormy session July Utility
meeting, but were
!
i
A gun shot chased one burg- screen was cut in order to -TtTrVii Tr Illr t" : > adopted during
lar away.Ervin Andrews heard get In through the window. .,
someone on the roof of Andrews Stolen was $123 In silver and >?&' U'.1 .. c1 another stormy

Drugs the night of bills. ... .r Policies Set session July 3.

July 7. lie went outside and \ .
with hair Herschel Crosby was robbed ., .. A beginning teacher with a
saw coming a youth down off his long drug- July 9 between 2-3 p.m. Mr. t.Iiu ;4;JI;..r J """""-- .... -......... bachelor's degree (Rank HI)
store roof. Andrews fired but Crosby was sitting at his table q.' ..... will earn $7,350 next: term
eating when three black ; ", In Bradford County, an Increase -
missed the fleeing man, ap- Jt'f., \
parently a youth with a long men entered his house. One 44t ......... ..;","' By Council four per cent over
pony tall. had a short barrel pistol. '. 1972-73. The raises total about
Breaking and enterlngs are They told him to give them $80,000 Deputy Supt.Bill Kil-
as listed: his money. When he refused patrick said.
Joe C. Martinez' house was they threw a blanket over & Four new utility policy recommendations quent was extended from 21 Baker and Duval teachers
broken into some time before his head knocked him to the o 1rh. received no days after the first bill, the have recently been told they

midnight July 6. Entry was floor and kicked him several support from the Starke City old policy to 10 days after will receive 10 per cent sal-
made at the back door witha (See Page 5)) !1 Council at Its June 19 meeting the second bill. ary Increases. Deputy Supt.
Stolen $131.50in but were adopted during that
knife. were v ay and Schaefer Kilpatrick acknowledged
Tucker Wiggins, -
cash, jewelry valued at another stormy session July Joined to pass the first Bradford teacher pay will not
$86.95. A .38 caliber pistol 3. two recommendations. They be as competitive with sur-

and a box of .22 long shells. StudentsDoing Combining to push throughthe were Joined by Councilman rounding counties as it has

:Mallard's 5 & 10 on Call sweeping changes includ- Vernon Silcox on the fourth been in past ears.

St. In Starke reported that 'r ; ing consolidation of the gas about extending the time lim- Several teachers present
an unknown amount of cash and electric departments, it on utility delinquents. asked the amount of raises

was stolen July 3 around 4:30-: were Councilmen Nell Tucker "Something funny Is goingon given non-Instructional em-
5 p.m. Several checks and One Wiggins, and Charles here" Chairman Jimmy ployees.
Schaefer. Tucker and Wig-
some cash estimated at I McRae said at one point. "They're substantial I."
$341.32 are missing.Hurst's Land gins cil's are Utility members Committee.of the coun-Tuc- Councilman Wiggins said he Supt. Jim Temple said.
to the chairmanthat Pressed for
explained amounts Deputy
Service Sta-
Shell ker made the motion on each
the something funny was Supt. Kilpatrick said non-in-
2 at ,
tion was entered July policy; Wiggins, absent June
41 WI that Tucker was making recommendations structional Increasesgo
h i' salary
6:40 a.m. The station was nr eY.l 19, gave the second in each
side witha Study as chairman from $500 to $1,200. He
entered on the east and Schaefer providedthe
case
sledge hammer. A hole was third vote necessary to of the Utility Committee and quickly pointed out that only
wall that he, Wiggins was second- one person head custodianat
In concrete
knocked
a the motions.
and went Into the off Ice,open- Some new faces from the ; : carry ing each motion as a mem- Bradford High School, received -
ed the safe and took $340 in University of Florida will be .. Action taken June 19 was: ber of the committee because a $1,200 pay raise.
seen around Bradford County he agreed with the re-
cash. this summer. 1)) The Gas Department and commendations.A Both Temple and Kilpatrick
The R. E. Edmondson home N. Electric Department wero reiterated their position that
was entered July .8 throughthe A contract for planning assistance placed under supervision of fourth policy adopted were bus drivers, cafeteria work-
front door with a knife on land use, zoning R one man. instructions to the city Gas ers, maintenance and custo-
after cutting the screen to and housing for Bradford communities Department to discontinue installing dial personnel were badly underpaid -
get through. Everything was has been approved by .. ".-. 2) Power Plant Supt. George gas service Into and In some cases
turned upside down all draw- the Department of Community t Graudons the third member homes. Henceforth the city understaffed. It has been Tem-
ers were pulled out, and a Affairs in Tallahassee and a of the Utility Committee, was gas Installations will stop at ple's stated purpose to raise
8nr: Kodak :Movie Camerawas group of university students made superintendent of both the meter. those salaries and to bolsterthe
missing. under the direction of Dr. departments. He will receivea That change In policy was number of custodians and
Mrs. C. II. Nasworthy'shome Robert heighten will be hereto ::4tIPP'! 'e supplement of $1,200 for also suggested by Tucker at maintenance people.
was entered the night collect basic Information : the added responsibilities.
the June 19 meeting but got There had been talk of giving -
of July 7. Entry was throughthe on the county and Its muni- 3)) Time allowed before util- nowhere. McRae pointed out higher raises to beginning
southeast rear door with cipalities.This teachers and smaller ones
become delln- (See 5))
ity payments Page
a pry bar to break the lock.
data will be used this 7 to experienced Instructors already -
Stolen was about $25 in M
fall by Professor Carl Felss, making more money,
change two black and whiteTV's
,
director of the Urban and Regional but there was no mention of
.20 gauge shotgun gold Development Center at that Tuesday night. Insteada
diamond wrist watch and a
Professor 22-page salary schedule was
the and
University
.
.30-.30 94 rifle. Derrick Smith of the Depart- Watermelon I llreak passed out which Included the
Architec- $315 across the board raises. -
Tom Paterno's car parked ment of Landscape

in front of Branding Iron on ture, and their classes, to Four-year-old Scott Snow takes a watermelon break during construction of .
Temple Ave. was broken Into create a set of planning alternatives r Kilpatrick and Temple both
July 8 around 9:30. Entrywas for the county and Grandfather Gerold Brown's new home on Bessent Road. said they see weaknesses in

made at the left side door each Incorporated town. Young Scott dons a nail apron and puts a hammer to work every time he visits the salary schedule but saidno

The through lock a was cracked picked window.with a "We hope the people of the construction site.Keystone. r able.more funds were avail-
-
clothes hanger. Stolen was a Bradford County will help us Temple stressed the loss
, as much as possible as we of $302,000 in a cost of living
hand
tape recorder a radio
collect the existing and In which the
maps adjustment coun-
sports suit, and a pair of
sunglasses. information on you county," Hts. Enjoys ty was paid by the state 91.5
Breaking and entering of Dr. Heighten said. "We are not -' per cent of the funds it would
going to tell the people of have received under the new
the J.W.Prlnce home occuredthe
this county how they should r Florida Education FinancingAct
afternoon of July 9 at plan for the future. All we of 1973 (FTE funding).
approximately 9:10 p.m. ADance can do Is bring the resources Other counties where the cost
of the University to bearon O IdrFashionedFourthThousands Volunteer firemen received the June Bradford of living has been determined

the data and suggest what Improvement Award for their new building. to be higher got more
we think are reasonable plan- than 100 per cent funding.
(
JlJricmr ning alternatives which couldbe
.. used. We cannot plan for poured into Key- truck" designed for travel on Johnson and Ed O'Brien. Dade County; for instance

you. The county and its people stone Heights from the sur- the water, winning honors of The Keystone Heights Interact New Fire House received 109 per cent funding -
rounding cities Sunday to en- Most Original and Over-all
Historic Broward Palm Beach
will have to choose how Club won the Most ; ,
Joy a good old fashioned fourth Best of all the boats entered.
float and Brevard 106 cent.
they will meet their future, Trophy with their per
of July. Up to 6,000 spectators The volunteer firemen a- of Other counties including Ala-
Dr. Heighten said. "Sights and Sounds
lined the shores of beautiful board spraying insight theme On View Sunday
everyone Freedom" signifying the different chua and Duval, received 100
"Some of these students may Lake Geneva with an esti- including the Judges freedoms enjoyed by our per cent funding; others. Including -
be wearing beards and longhair mated crowd of 4,000 at the stand, were: Huntley Red-
country Including freedom of The new home of the Bradford Department will be on dis- Clay Hiiisborough,
," Dr. Heighten told a Keystone Beach. fearn Jr., Ed Bennett, Jim the press and freedom of re- County Volunteer Fire play Sunday afternoon, July and St. Johns received 96
meeting of the City Council Davtd Burkhalter's "Coun- Zowarka, Bud Beeler.Jerry ligion. Those on board were 15, when members of the department per cent funding. Forty-five

last week, "so I want the try Gold Band" from Green Randy Heltzel, Rick Schultz 'I III .Ill's and the Ladies Auxiliary counties, including Bradford
'I'I c.C"n u gl" residents to know who they Cove Springs livened up the John Rowland Andy Fraser < will be hosts at an received 91 per cent funding -
are and why they will be" crowd with their foot stomp III lilt II"' Ks,.t111f' Mark :Mortente, Jim Neale open house. the lowest given.

asking a lot of questions. ing swinging country music .Hank Morgan, Joanne Dock- 01.1(1ill; Fulls/ The public Is Invited to view The three members of the

Data gathered will be pre- as the Keystone Heights Rotary A ttempt"Prisoners i (Iih4 ery and Carren Newman. the building and the county's school board present, Vice-

sented Individually to each Club served approximately The Keystone Heights Sport- Just 4.08 inches of rain fire fighting equipment start- Chairman Seeber Goodman,
"The Peace Machine" town, Brooker, Hampton, 1,200 barbequed chic- being held tem- sman's Club won the Most has fallen on Bradford County Ing at 2 p.m. Other featuresof Blaine Thompson, and Art
dinners.As
ken .
Lawtey and Starke, and Bradford porarily in a detention cell Patriotic class with their very In scattered showers since the program will be a rib- Holllday voted unanimouslyto
Friday July 13 County to act upon as dusk approached, eleven near the courtroom for arraignment uniquely decorated float. It July 1 I. leaving the county far bon cutting ceremony a approve the new teacher
each will, according to Pro- decorated floats party boats in circuit court was decorated with a large behind July's 50-year average speech by Rep. Frank Williams salary schedule.At .
8-12 ject Director Pat Farnsworth and smaller boats paraded by here tore out an air condi- paper mache owl saying of 10.87 inches. and a flag-raising cer- Supt. Temple's recom-
a former UF student and a the beach for the enjoj merit tioning vent in an apparent emony by members of Boy
"Give Hoot Don't Pollute"with
51 .50 ea. member of Starke's Board of a A total of 2.1 Inches fell mendation they also voted unanimously
of the and the view- to Monday Scout Troop 70.
spectators attempt escape Pattie and Connie Trlest at the Louis Hill tower at to Join approxi-
Starke National Adjustment.The ing of the Judges, Mayor Ray July 2, according to Brad- and Shane and Michelle Allen Highland on July 6-7, accord- Firemen from all depart- mately 32 other small coun-
Starnes Mrs. Tom Dockery ford County Sheriff Dolph aboard. ties also funded at 91
project is being car- ing to the Florida Department ments In the area are expected per
Guard Armory ried out under a $6,200 grant and Rosemary Daurer of Mel- Reddish. Last, but not least, was the of Forestry headquarters on to attend and will par- cent of their FTA funds In
and
from the U. S. Departmentof rose. About a dozen county clever little dingy decoratedas SR-100 west of Starke makingthat ticipate In a fun event, "Battle suing the State of Floridato
c-: .. Housing and Urban Development This year participants In state prisoners were In a a red white and blue birth- section the wettest dur- of the Barrels" about 3:15. regain the funds.
OIUD) is boat parade made It very difficult holding cell on the second floor day cake candles and all, week
and a ] ing the of July 19. The galvanized steel build- Joining the suit will cost
;Ii r ((lummunitytatr!! Section 701 plannlngerant.The really for went the all Judges out with as their they of more the of courthouse them removed, and one a or 12 erica"saying,from"Happy Beth Birthday Sharon Am-and New River tower had .3 ing located on county-owned the Bradford school board a-
2/3 federal and 1/3 local
grant property; at the corner of Weldon bout $3,000 but the chanceto
inches
@ Sank various decorations. by 1/2-lnch vent from the Steve Walrath. They went July 4. Santa Fe Tower -
terms permit the local
por- and Grand Streets near
the $302,000 cut
hasn't recorded get was
ceiling of the cell. any rain.
tion of the to be "In- home happy with the trophy
grant the motor vehicle inspection
The Keystone Heights Fire WPXE Radio Station SR- deemed worth the gamble.
New ........ u. kind." The UF lltudents'hours No one was Injured and minor for the Smallest Boat. on station, was constructed at
Department came in as the 100 south of Starke recorded
T. $20.000 kl on the project will count. damage to the facilities The Keystone Heights Lion's Supt Temple also pointed
/.r.r..r favorite of the Judges with to the county .90 Inches on July 8 and .78
was reported
the tion.local "Inklnd" contribu- their new "water-proof fire commission. (See Page 5)) inches on July 9. (See Page 5)) (See Page 5))






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Anniversaries Birthdays Parties. fY Iw ocial [Tide y71te Jf w-i Club Wedding Birth Personal Meeting




Showers (lads; \loot> Society Editor, 964-7608



.. REP. FRANK; WILLIAMS
Baxter-Roddy Stefanie Alvarez CHANGES OFFICE
n 9rC I' State Representative Frank
c. Wedding PartyEntertained First Birthday Williams has moved his office -
,pi, Cla6' I from 120 S. Court St. to
1 s the Area Civil Defense building -
Little] Stefanie Dawn Alva- at 830 Edwards Road.

r Mr. and Mrs. Batsell Bar- rez, daughter of Rev.and Mrs. His office telephone number
rett BaxterofhashvilleTenn. Roman Alvarez of Arlington, remains the same, 9647202.
Country Club were hosts at a rehearsal din Texas, celebrated her first

Annual MeetingSet ner Tuesday evening, July 3, birthday on July 2 with a .-
honoring their son, Richard hamburger fry given by her
For July 14 Alan Baxter, and his bride- aunts, Mrs Owen AlvarezJr. HISTORICAL SOCIETY
elect, Lynette Roddy, of St- ., 'Mrs. Duke Dubose, and POSTPONES MEETING\
arke, at the Green Derby Mrs. Jerald Baldwin at the The July meeting of the
The annual of the
meeting Bradford County Historical
Restaurant In Jacksonville home of the latter.
Starke Golf & Country Club will not be held next
The dining table was cov- The birthday cake was topped Society
will be held Saturday night, ered with a pink lace cloth with three lazy clowns, Thursday, as scheduled. The I
July 14, starting with a free and held pink candles in and was served following the next meeting will be held in I
barbecue supper at 7 p.m. brass holders. (Hand decorated hamburger fry and homemadeIce the early fall, with date to I
i The business meeting is set
vvy be announced.
place cards markedthe cream.
k for 8 p.m., with reports of seating arrangement for ,1 i Attending were 35 membersof

the club's activities for the the 16 guests, Including the { the family and friends. ................... ..... ................
past year and election of new
board members.All honored couple, their parents,
attendants and out-of-town s7rr Mark Crawford has returned -
attend.members are urged to guests.A "... Wendy Anderson Hcmner-Padgett to the summer session at
:Mississippi College after a
]<
rJ Third/ BirthdayLittle Wedding July 14 month's vacation.


Hau-Burton Fourth of July cookout at :Mr. and :Mrs. Dewitt C, :Miss Denise Winkle r of FSC,
Wendy Anderson,dau-
Date Announced the home of :Mr. and :Mrs Mr. and Mrs. !Mike Padgett of Starke announcethe who was home for the week-
Donald A. Sohm in Green Cove Mr. and Mrs O.R. Alvarez, Sr. ghter Anderson.of celebrated her third engagement and approachIng end, was on the Dean's list
Springs, brother-in-law and marriage of their daughter for the last quarter.
Prlscd/a, / Wane Dodd Mrs.: Emma Hodges] of sister, of the bride-elect Celebrate 50th Anniversary birthday on Sunday, July Vera Louise, to Paul
Starke announces the engage- :Miss Lynette Roddy Starke, 1, with a party for a few fri Turner Hamner, son of :Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pass
Wens: Lf t Baker/ ment of her daughter, Lois served as a ends. and :Mrs Charlie Hamner of and son have moved to Gainesville -
Burton, to Randy Hau of Ral- occasion for the getacquainted Mr. and Mrs O. R. Alvarez Alvarez of Arlington, Texas After Ice cream and cake, Sparks, Ga. .
I/r hope BaptistMiss ford. The bride-elect Is also Intimate friends of families Miss! and Sr. celebrated their golden In one corner of the room their great grandparents, Mr. Ail friends and relativesare
Rod-
the aaughter of the late Free- wedding anniversary" was an arrangement of white and Mrs. James Barron, took
dy and Mr. Baxter.ReceptIon Invited to attend the ceremony :Mrs L. W. Strickland] of
man Hodges. Mr. Hau is the July 1, at a reception wrought Iron furniture against the youngsters to the Highland at 7 p.m Saturday, Wildwood Is spending several
Priscilla Marie Dodd son of :Mrs Gertrude Hau of given by their children at the a background of fern trees Zoo. 14 Int the First Baptist
July with her sisters Mrs.
daughter of Mrs. Fred S. Dodd Set Pine Level Baptist Church and a candle tree decorated weeks ,
and the late Mr. Dodd, was Arizona and the late John recreation hall. with yellow and white daisies Church, Ralford. W. 11. Hart and Mrs Ella

united in marriage to Second Hau.The For First Baptist Mrs. Lavon Alvarez and and yellow rosebuds. Reception Set :Moody.
i.t. Owen Bruner Baker Jr., wedding will be an event :Mrs. Dave Paulk greeted Floor hostesses were :Mrs! Deviling,
son of Major I: and Mrs. Owen of July 21 at 4 p.m. in Grace Pastor and WifeThe guests at the door. StandingIn John Strickland, :Mrs Vernie For R F, DurbcnsA Margie :Mrs. Ruby Hudson of
Bruner Baker Sr., all of Key- Baptist Church. the receiving line were Mr. Thornton, Mrs. Jessie Ricks, vv eds Mr Weaver Blountsvllle, Ala. was visitIng -
stone Heights, on July 10 at All friends and relativesare and :Mrs Alvarez; Lavon :Mrs Jerry Dyal and :Mrs wedding reception will be her mother, :Mrs. :Nelson':
7:30: p.m. In the !Hope Baptist Invited to attend. First Basils! Churchof Alvarez of Orlando J. L. Alvarez Thad Smith, Starke, Mrs.Bis- Green, and family last Tuesday -
; held Sunday, July 15, from : and Frank
i: arke will have Margie Dowling
Church, Theressa. ............ ......... ...... ... ... ...... ion Sunday, July ]15, from a recept-3:30: Tallahassee; Mrs. W. hop Myrlck, Orlando, and Mrs.R. 3 to 5 p.m. in Grace Metho- Weaver were united In marriage to Friday.
D. Dubose and O. R. AlvarezJr. V. Murwin Jacksonville.
dist Church, Lawtey, honor-
to 5 at the church Saturday, July 7, at 5pm
I Rev Merle! Packham and p.m. recreation Others assisting :Mrs Summer Clearance
Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Har- the ., Starke; Rev Roman Alvarez were ingIr.: and Mrs. Richard In the Presbyterian
room, honoring
Rev. John F. Dodd performedthe "rUn ton Texas Mrs. J. G. Jackson, Mrs. B. M. Now At
Leila's.Sixteen .
dv and :Mr. and Mrs Charles new pastor, Rev. Ben P. Bryant '- ; Franklin Durban. manse on Bessent Road. Rev.
nuptials. :McRae :Mrs Alvin Farr and
Jerald Baldwin, Starke and ,
Francis and their families, ; All friends and relativesare Eric T. Johnson
and his The performed
family
public :
the altar } : Woodrow Thomas. of the United
Centering were and Bob Mllner: attended the Daniel Alvarez, Atlanta, Ga. Mrs Invited to attend. the In the members -
is nuptials
cordially invited to attend presenceof
two crown type candelabraswith Mattox Janelle Alvarez, Mazelle Among the 175 adults and 35 :Methodist! Youth Fellow-
familyreunion
at the couple's immediate
burning tapers flankedby children attending between the last Thursday
Strickland's Landing Sunday. Dubose, and Karen Alvarez families. ship spent
mixed summer flowers and granddaughterskept the guest hours of 3 to 5 o'clock were Sunday at Cormeth Retreat
an arcnway covered with ............ ...... ..... .. . .. book. Attending the gift table all seven Alvarez children, Brownie TroopTo residing Mr. and at:Mrs.221:: W.Weaver Lafayette are House, :New': Smyrna Beach.
greener- were :Mrs :Mark Moody and and 18 grandchildren They were accompanied by
Mrs Jesse Lee, organist, church hall which was decor- Miss Llllle Morgan of Jacksonville !Mrs. Alvarez wore a beige Appear On' TV Street. :Mr. and Mrs. Don Harden-

and Miss Reba Tompson, soloist ated with baskets of summer lace dress with gold and pearl ................. .......... ...... "..,... brook, :Mrs Doyle Crews, :Mr.
flowers and candelabras with
presented a program of Arrangements of yellow and brocade at the neckline, and a and sits Harry Green, and
nuptial music. burning tapers. white daisies and rosebuds, belt of large pearls with gold Members of Brownie Troop Lee Hardenbrook and George
Tracy Baker attended his were used In the hall. The trim. With this she wore 440 will appear on Popeye Miss Jody Harper Is spend- Ilolston, youth counselors.
brother best Ushers: Mrs. Butch Redding greetedthe and Pals at 8 a.m. Saturday, ing the summer with her sis-
as man. cake table was covered witha white and gold accessoriesand Rev, and :Mrs George Harper -
were Scott Baker, brother of guests at the door and gold brocade, scalloped a yellow rosebud corsage. July 14, on Channel 12, TV, ter, Miss :Nalna': Harper, In joined the group on Thurs-
Introduced them to the receiving Beckley, W. Va.
the groom, John Falson and L and Friday.
cloth over white satin with day
Darrell Johnson line composed of the ., ., _. .
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bride and their garlands of smilax and cen- -------- ----------
groom, parentsand
:Mrs Jerry Ford served her
tered with a three-layer cakeon
bridal :Miss
sister as matron of honor. She attendants.
wore a gown of white dotted Terrl Tligeman kept the a reflector topped with the
Swiss with pastel flowers anda bride's book. figure "50". Cutting the cake YOUR PRINTED
white underl '. She worea The bride's tabel was cov- were :Mrs Daniel Alvarez f
white wide brim hat and ered with a white lace cloth Atlanta and Mrs. Owen Alva-
over pink linen and centered Jr.
carried a bouquet of summer rez,
flowers in pastel shades. with a three tiered wedding l11eInch}: tables were cov-
cake featuring a small fountain ered with lace cloths over
Mrs John Falson, :Mrs Dan and topped with a bride satin and held epergnettes with LETTER HEADS ..,
Dodd and :Mrs David Wilhelm and groom. This was flankedby white daisies and rosebuds
attended as bridal attendants. silver candelabra with with burning tapers. Pre-
They wore gowns similar to burning tapers. Mrs. Belle siding at the punch bowls
the honor attendant except the Gnann and :Mrs Donald Law- were Mrs. J. 1.. Alvarez] of STATEMENTS .
underlay were In pastel colors rence cut the bride's cake. Grdfls.DougasTo /// / Tallahassee and Mrs. Roman
They wore wide brim :Mrs James Sparkman and
hats and carried a single car- Mrs. U. J. Lelna presided at Wed August 4 I
nation the color of the underlay the punch bowls which were ATE BRIDGE OR INVOICES I II
I of their dress. encircled with greenerfrs.: .
Mr. and :Mrs J. D, Grlf- CLUB WINNERS:
Donna Dodd was junior brides Chester Searle and Miss! Kim
fls of Theressa announce the There were ties for first
maid and Melinda Elaine Bonner assisted In seeing
engagement and approaching and second places at Duplicate I
,J agues was flower girl. Little Following a wedding trip to of
marriage their daughter, Bridge Tuesday night.
John Falson was ring bearer. the beaches and mountains en- Cheryl Laverne, to JamesEd The results were: first, Mrs
The bride given In marriageby route to l'ewJersey the couple (Sonny) Douglas, son of F. J. Shaw and :Mrs. J. II. I Are Often The I
will reside in West Berlin Only
[
her brother, Dann M. Dodd, N. J.The. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Douglasof !Mlnesinger, Mr. and Mrs.Ed-
wore a white satin gown with
Lake ward
Butler Walnwrlght; second,
lace down the front to the floor bride is a 1972 grad- The will take Curtis Sanders and Ernest
wedding placeat Contact You Have With I
and lace in the back to theem- uate from Keystone Heights! Jenkins I
8 p.m. Saturday, August and T. A. Sundem
plre waist. The princess style; High School and attended Bob 4, In (Hope Baptist Church, and :Mrs Edward Burns.
gown featured bishop sleeves Jones University In Green- Theressa.All Of
with wide cuffs and white satin ville, S. C. friends and relativesare ..... .. .. ... ......,......... ...... Many Your Business I
buttons and long satin train. The groom graduated from invited to attend.
Keystone Heights High School, :Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schadof
She mantilla wore and a white carried elbow a length white attended St. Johns River Junior ....... .... .... .. .. .... ..... ... ...... Brewton, Ala were week- AssociatesSHOULDN'T. . .

Bible covered with white orc- College and graduated Dec end guests of :Mr. and Mrs.
hids and centered with a pink ]1972 from the University of Mrs. John Flynn visited her Gilbert Goldwlre.Mr. .
orchid. Florida with a bachelor's degree son, John, at St. Petersburg
A reception was held in the In Business Administration. Junior College over the week- : and Mrs Harry Stal-

end. lings of Gainesville visited .
her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. ,
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C. L. Dinkins, Sunday.

eO'f.c; ... :Mr. and Mrs Davis Cowanof THEY BE
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\ Jacksonville spent the
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with Mr. and Mrs.! \r-
thur :Nichols': at Crescent

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Orleans spent the weekend I
with her mother, :Mrs. Edith ,
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returned to :New': Orleans with t

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'1 0 \e Lamonda of Gainesville, :Mr.
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Mrs. Tom Crawford and Sherrod Hamilton attended Capt. and Mrs. R. M. Lee
daughter, Mrs. Don DeWItt, the Lord family reunion in and daughter, Margaret, of
Jr., and daughter, Alescla, Watktnsvllle[ Ga. on Sunday Atlanta, Ga. were weekend ,
and James Crawford spent and is spending this week guests of their grandparents,
the past two weeks touring visiting his son Gary in Atlanta Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling.
. the New England states, Nova and rolatlvesinWinder, Capt. Lee is the son of the
Scotia, Canada, the Catskill Ga. lie will be accompaniedhome former Helen Dowling. t
Mountains, Apalachlan Mountains by his mother, Mrs.W. Ai
and the Smoky Moun L. Hamilton of Madison J. O. Winters,Jr.of Hatties- .
tains. Heights, Va., who will visit burg. Miss spent the weekend / '
the Hamlltons tor several with his brother-in-law and I
Mrs. Jack Eaves and Mrs. weeks. sister Dr. and Mrs. H.G. ,l 1 a
Don Hardonbrook attended the Bolllnger. 4q
Gainesville district executive Mrs. P. T. Nolin Mrs. Oma
committee meeting of the United Cotton, Mrs. R. O. Dansby Rev. and Mrs. Ben P.Bryant
Methodist Women's Society and Mrs. Edward Llewellyn and family of Milton, have 1 f
at the First United Me- spent Monday to Wednesdayat moved into the Baptist Pas-
thodist Church in Gainesville Disney World. torlum on N. Walnut Street.
Monday night. Mr. Bryant is the new pastor SflLDUINCHEVROLETOLD
Miss Sue Morris and Steve of the First Baptist Church.
Summer Denmark were fishing at
Clearance
Marathon last week. Summer Clearance
Now At Leila's
Mrs. Frank Weaver Wllil- Now At Leila's.

Carlton Faulk and Miss Mary ston was a weekend guest of "
Addington of Jacksonvillewere Mr. .and Mrs. W. T. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baldwinhad ,
Monday guests of Mr. Sr. as guests during[ the wan. j
and Mrs. Made Carter, Sr. Fourth of July holiday, Mr. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Championhad and/! Mrs. James Montuoroand iii

Mrs. Betty Crawford and as visitors Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Christie, of Tampa, f Y. ,Ll t.,
grandson, Kevin Pass, Mr. Bill Taylor of Pittsburg.Kan, Mrs. Doris Conway of Orlando .'r'1,1 1t
and Mrs. Bobby Crawford and and Mr. and Mrs. John eter- Mrs. Hattie Bracewellof
son, and Hank) Harley spent son of Neptune Beach on Mon- Gainesville, and Mr. and r y ']
last Thursday and Friday at day of last week; and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Montuero of / i (\. AND TUB
Disney World. Mrs. Mike Shivers of Tulsa, Vero Beach. I .
Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert .J

Mr. and Mrs. Luell S. Tan Hurt of Plttsburg, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parks and .
ner of Lawtey were advised last Wednesday and Thurs children of Atlanta spent Sat /1'
recently that their daughter, day. urday with his mother, Mrs. ,
Priscllla A. Tanner, who is Louie Bell Parks, while en-
a senior at the University of route .to Delrav Beach after
South Florida, was on the Summer Clearance attending the :National Clvltan 1ft
Dean's list for the third quar Now At Leila',. Convention in Houston, Texas.
ter. 1'riscillawasaDliSgrad-
uate, where she was in the Chase Hardy of Jacksonvillespent Archie Green of Miami spent Lynette Roddy Richard Baxter
honor society.[ She also won Thursday to Sunday with the weekend with his mother, ,

the 1969.social studies award tor his Charles parents Hardy.Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L.D. Green. Exchange Vows A t Penney Farm


Miss Lynette Roddy, daugh- 4SK
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Roddy of Starke, and Richard
t Alan Baxter son of Dr. and
Mrs. Batsell Barrett Baxterof
TOP q Nashville, Term. were u-

1 b nited In marriage Thursday,
f% July 5. at 7:30: p.m. In the

DOLLAR STORES Penney Memorial Chapel at
Penney Farms. Dr. Baxter,
father of the groom,performed "
[1Ii, ,,;r...;-.. .. :mf)\ ,. the nuptials and was assisted -
SUE PRICES GOOD THURS., by Jack P. Bell local '
JULY 12 THRU SAT., JULT 28 minister of the Church of

STARK 155 W. CALL ST. Christ.

Mrs. Frank Thompson pre- THATS RIGHT
sented
program of nuptial
music.

NO-IRON
Decorating the altar were
;; SHEETS baskets of pink roses, Shasta
DOUBLE daisies and baby's breath, /
flanked by candelabras entwined r
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with Ivy.
1t
utili' 1 MUSLIN I Polyoitor.Chooto, canon from muslin ultdt.th.tti Prints' tlltnroadcount. itripoi.. .
\ r "i ly,4 whit. SIIht I.'u.. ...... Scott Baxter attended his ITS TIME FOR: OUR
)I t :
JUMBO VELOUR oj brother as best man. Ushers
were Donald A. Sohm of Green
Cove Springs and John Baxter
BATH TOWELS v of Nashville.
Big 22 x 44 *iif. Assorted d
Donald Sohm
Mrs. A. serv-
whds.ndprin4. Slight t
irrcgulari. ed her sister as matron of
KIND TOWELS 2'FOR'1 r honor, wearing a pink and 8ND
WISH CLOTHS 4 FOR '1 C \ } gold printed chiffon gown fashioned OF THE YEARSHLE
1 In the same style as
the bridal grown. She wore
pink rosebuds In her hair
and carried a single long
I I ;
off,.
stemmed pink rose.
h
Maria Sohn, niece of the
bride was Junior bridesmaid.She .
TERRY DISH TOWELS ,, wore a gown of pink and
Picture prttty 'T TWIN BED SIZE..177 gold printed chiffon, fashionedIn
prints decorative add touch tony a 3FOJ empire style with short
kitchen PILLOWCASES puffed sleeves and floor length

'---.rt: ;: r'WTW MUSLIN OR PERCALE skirt, and carried one long-
+ ',' ". :'ti.. stemmed pink rose.
y yyt r5 \ NO IRON
n h/\1-;'':(.Yir' ( v," PDIYFSTEAi. FI(6( 2 $125 Given In marriage by her
r"
e.. ;l' 4. ': cgnuN father, the bride wore a sha-
G.., rrq "..,.: }.. .. r ..'" TlRREOULARS OF
J.t.", ,," ,," dow-striped voile gown with
'..ft.\ ., full floor length skirt, and
DOUBLE BED SHEETS fitted bodice with mandarin
k ,$3 collar. The flowing sleeves
THROW RUGS NO-IRON PERCALE.

All cut from bottor 2$] POLYESTER COTTON SLIONTIRREOULAR9 had with long self-covered fitted cuffs buttons.trimmed Her [

quality color corpotingAfttorlod *. FOR mantilla of Illusion was edged "DRASTIC"Discounts
2 $7i with scalloped Chantilly lace,
QUEEN. SIZE SHEETS A styled to frame her face and
l ,/ NO IRON POLYESTER 1 COTTON PERCALES fall Into a full length veil
"A, yrJ OK MUSLINS. SLIOHTIRHEOULAHS .
0 She carried a cascade' arrangement -
of pink rosebudsand
2f9
Y,, i- KING SIZE SHEETS. Shasta daisies with long
_. NOaRONPOLYFATEA6COTTONPERCALES. streamers tied at the ends
.
,

7In RUG, RUNNERS. .-' Ar' FOAM OH MUSLIMS.FILLED SLIOHTIRReGULAAS BED !1 the with A home rosebuds.reception of Mr.was and held Mrs.at ON ALL 1973/ 1VIODELSDEMO'S

n 7s In. Au.Asserlsd PILLOWS __
d.cor.to r. Donald A, Sohn In Green Cove
..
colo. Springs where doorways
and windows were outlined

8 r ,, ., with Ivy. Pink carnations In
.. brass holders and brass can-
delabra decorated the tables
w.:.
... -. !t and piano top. A tall white
.. _.:. ::,1;", : Victorian styled birdcage
"
... dr-{ .j 1a;I '' '' (% 1 gIiNKEI r housed a pair of white doves. INCLUDED
Ii1J.J!) ?- NOl !Miss Martha Sue McCain
L, I i r C tN ODN L/i.l'M11 I I. of Mount Dora greeted guests
I rtlJdY IAN Erv the door and Mrs. Tim
'I" ,w"yj;: tT vtrm I at
1: h III' i Geiger kept the bride's book.
Ewt [
-- ..I.... Standing In the receiving line Some With OverslOOOOff|
were the bride and groom
CARTOON CHARACTE POLYESTER, RAYON AUTOMATIC' ELECTRIC'BEDSPREAD and their parents.
The bride's table was cov-
& COTTON BLANKETS BLANKETS ered with a lace cloth, caughtup

Printed with Warmth without weight." Non. Completely washable. Variety at the corners with white

for popular easy.cartooncharacters. No care..iron $4 allergemc.. 72 colors.in. ic W in.Slightirregulars. sue.Assorted 3 $8 of I.brlc colors.only SlIullll".uul.roly wIn. nol mer. vna.or in $888 satin bows and a pink satin See Us Before You Trade
Machine' washable.Slight lervluebllllY U L pp raved streamer running the length
Irregulars. of the table. Centering the

.. table cake was topped three-tiered with wedding wedding And We'll Get The Job Done.i }

0o bells and flanked by crystal
18S4tC :' I candle holders with pink tapers -
/101 1 Mrs. Arthur Sohm of
( I Green Cove Springs cut the
,,,, :
i- p.\.j q0 i N Nt cake.
b't'tY .ti I The punch table was cov-
QO
'\. I ered with a lace-edged linen
/ \\Q j cloth and centered with a crocheted -
t / I centerpiece edged with
:/ an arrangement of pink carna
-SETA tions.
PLASTIC HOUSEWARES MELAMINE: "STARTER HOUSEHOLD PLASTIC Mrs.Assisting Park Cheshler In serving, Mrs.were

ASSORTMENTSot cornlitt. er. p..t"..4cupt. 33 ASSORTMENT Chester Woods, Mrs. Henry
.
4 ftaucor and 4douart $3
bowl Sohn, Mrs. Joseph Sobotta,
Soop troy cup fumbler, SET Laundry baikat. and Miss Cheryl Woods. i
nylon tools napkin holds, waitabaikoi round dlihix/ .. nwii. rwiow
Following a wedding trip to
dud
mooiunng cup .
pan.brood pe// bvkot of sponge
bo.Kol, bun.r dud. STIX-ADORN SHELF PAPER .....Wwl tal/lot bowl Quebec, Canada, Niagara ,
ItIY1h
kotchup end milliarddiipantori. EA, ...
eM M/ar 2 pl
EAt Falls and
and moro. bowl MI,cutlory tr.YNIN points of InterestIn
18 IN. X 3'1DSt 76 "Sooner Later Your Favorite Dealer"
ROLL tub, and ottwri. New England, the couple or
will reside at 408 Redgrave
Street In Starke.


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rags ** r fLLEGNrtPH July 12, 1973




I IVfl t_ of Local Interefl'l Supplemental Social Security Income


Payments Set To Begin In JanuaryThe

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stroud Miss Lillian Stump spent
and sons, and Phil Elder of Thursday to Monday attend- Gainesville Social Security on how much other Incomehe payment will be reduced by is deducted.
Andalusia, Ala. were recent ing the 25th reunion or VIe office Is now taking has." one-third before other income
24th Evacuation Hospital of applications for supplemental States may add to the basic that may affect your payment People who need more Information -
weekend
guests of Mr. and V which she was a member security; income payments, a federal payment, according to to decide whether
Mrs. E.O. Elder. While here, federal scheduled to Copestake. they might be eligible for the
the Elders and during World War U at Lake program Food Bill Vs. WagesIf
their
guests Barkley. Ky. start in 1974 that will establish "Eligibility; for federal pav- federal payments should call
visited Disney World. an Income floor for peo- ments will depend not,onlyon wages had risen at the social security at 376-2575,
ple in financial need who are me amount of Income people same rate as food prices in or write to the office at 409
William 11. Brown, Rebecca rOt Mr. and,Mrs. P. B. Masseyof 65 and over, blind, disabled, have but on the vaule of the United States during the SW Second Avenue, Gaines-
McMillian Evelyn Sinclair, Columbus, Ga. were guests according to Edward G.Cope- their assets," states Cope- last 20 years, the average Industrial ville, he said. "Or, a friendor
and Denise Winkler were on last week of Sen. and Mrs. stake, Social Security; district stake. worker today wouldbe relative can make the call
the Dean's List for the spring earning $2.23 an hour instead in need isn't
Charley E. Johns. manager. "If you're single--or mar- if the person
quarter at Florida State UnI- But people already gettingold ried but not living with your of $3.65. able to," he said.
versity.; To qualify for this Mrs. George Robarts and age assistance, or state husband or wife-- you can .
honor A, students B must achievean children of Indianapolis, Ind. aid because they are blindor own things worth up to $1,500 Farm Efficiency ClimbsAn "Even though payments can-
or average duringthe \ :,' are spending three weeks with disabled, don't have to and still get federal pay- not start until January 1974,
term. r \ her mother. Mrs. Lola John- apply, he said. They'll be ments," he said. "A couplecan hour of farm labor today we're starting to take appli-
son, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry getting more information later own things worth up to produces seven times as cations now so we can pro-
Mr. and Mrs.Richard Stockton Godwin. and Not much food and other crops as
this year about how the $2,250 get payments. cess them ahead of time and
of Daytona Beach were h program will help them. everything you own has to be it did 50 years ago. This en- avoid delays that might occur -
Sunday guests of Mrs. A. J. 7_ :. Mrs. R. W. Underlll and son, "The first monthly pay- counted toward your total assets ables the average food farmer and fiber to if there's a rush of applications
produce enough
Barry and family. Their son. David of Indlatlantic visited however.
ments under the federal pro- for himself and 51 others. right at the end of
Jay, remained for a visit of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. gram will be made in January "A home of reasonable value A top farmer can produce the year," states Copestake.
several days. H. Moncrief, last Thursdayand 1974," Copestake said. "Until will not be counted as an enough for 200 others.
Friday. then, state and local public assistance asset," Copes take" said. "In
Mr. and Mrs. JohnE. Adams offices will continueto addition, the federal govern-
and daughter, Amy of Athens, The family of the late Mrs. make payments In the usual ment will not put liens on
Ga. spent the weekend with yr ? Trudy H.. Norton held their way." on the homes of people get- k'/m(1)
Dr. and Mrs. H. II. Adams. annual reunion on July 4 at People not getting public assistance ting federal payments. Per-
the home of Mr. and Mrs. now who think they sonal effects and household tI)1J
\
Bill Myrick spent Sunday ,# :" Frank Johnson on Silver Lake may be eligible for the new goods won't count In most 11
night with his parents, Mr. a Among the large number of federal payments should call cases. Insurance policies or
and Mrs. Robert Myrick. He relatives attending were Mr. or write social security; to a car may not affect eligibility -
Is a member of the singing .J- and Mrs. E. M. Norton, Jr. find out If-they should apply, ; either, but It will depend -
group The Ambassadors, and Mrs. Joann Crosby, of according to Copestake. on their value."
from the Bible Baptist Semi- Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. E. "Federal supplement security Certain Income also will be _
nary, Arlington Texas which M. Norton, Sr. of Kingsley ; Income payments will disregarded in decideing on
presented a program at the Teresa Sue Strickland Weds Lake. A basket lunch and be made by the social secur- an application for supplemental \
Pine Level Baptist Church water sports were enjoyed ity administration," Cope- security; Income. The flrst
Sunday night" Mr Norman In Grace Baptist during the day. stake said. "But the program $20 a month of Income gen-

Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosierare Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh E. length veil of lavender illusion Mr. and Mrs. George Hug- will general be revenues--not financed by federal by social erally won't affect the federal. HH1.

visiting their daughter, Strickland announce the mar- She carried a lilac gins and Mr. and Mrs. De- security; contributionsfrom payment at all, Copestakesaid.
Mrs. Mark Hamilton In riage of their daughter, Teresa mum accented with fern and wayne McRae and family spent workers,and employers. .
Tampa Tuesday to Thursday Sue, to Gary James Nor- white streamers. the Fourth of July with Mrs. It's not the same as social "In addition, people who are
while Mrs. Hamilton under- man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Misses Darlene Stancll,Judy Gladys McRae at Lake Mc- security.; working part time should know
goes minor surgery. The Ha- James E. Norman, all of St- Redding, and Mrs. Billy Hug- Meechlm.Mr. Aim of the new orogram that the first $65 a monthof
milton children, Janice and arke, on Friday evening, June gins, sister of the groom, ser- is to provide supplemental earnings won't be Included -
Jason, are staying with their 22, at 8 o'clock in Grace Baptist ved as bridal attendants. They and Mrs. Carl L. Johns payments in cases of needso In counting their income
grandmother, Mrs. Sherrod ( Church with Rev. Leon wore gowns Identical to that spent the weekend in Barns- that people 65 or over, and only half of the rest of
Mark Hamilton is Odom performing the ceremony of the matron of honor and their additional earnings will
Hamilton ville, Ga. with their son, Dalea or blind, or disabled, will
National Guard carried a lilac mum accented be counted," he said.
attending campat student at Gorden Junior- have a basic cash Income of wl
Camp Blanding for two Highlighting the altar were with fern and lilac streamers. College. at least $130 a month for Apart from earnings, other
weeks. two standing baskets of white Michelle McRae, cousin of and $195 month Income above the first $20a
one person a
gladioli, carnations, chrysan- the bride, served as flower Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke for a couple. month generally will reduce -
Celebrating the Fourth of themums, and sprengeri fern girl and wore a lavender satin and family of Tampa visited "This doesn't mean thatev- the federal payment.
July at the Walton cottageon against a background of arched gown with chiffon flower over- her mother, Mrs.Shellle Ger- ery eligible person or couple "This includes social secur- Friedrich.

Kingsley Lake were Mrs.H. candelabra with burning white lay.Colin Wade cousin le, last week. will be getting that much from ity checks, veterans pay
C. Bitch, Mr and Mrs. tapers. of the the federal government every ments, workmen's compensa-
S. R. Johns, Mr and Mrs. William S. Wade,uncle of the groom, was ring bearer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker month," Copestake said."The tion, pensions, annuities, and Central Air Conditioning
Randy Johns and Mrs. H. M. groom soloist, and David The bride, given in marriageby of Cocoa visited relatives amount of the federal paymentany gifts," Copestake said. "AndIf
Merritt, cousin of the groom, her father, wore a white you live In someone else's
Rlcharde, Starke; Mrs. Tim here over the weekend. person gets will depend for
Warren of Jacksonville; Mr. pianist, presented a programof satin gown with an empire household, your basic federal Designed Specially
bodice of white lace brocade
nuptial music.
and Mrs. Zack Crawford of Mrs. V. V. Hazen of Gainesville -
with chiffon underlay to the '"
Augusta Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Forsyth attended as visited Mr. and Mrs. Mobile Homes
Henry Rlcharde of Gaines- best man and the ushers were stand-up collar. The two-
ville; and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Jimmy and Danny Strickland, piece long sleeves were of M.F. Hazen on Sunday.
Buck of East Palatka, and brothers of the bride, and lace brocade and chiffon Mr and Mrs. Jack Brownof DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Designed for the unique requirements of a
Billy Huggins, brotherinlawof mobile home
their families. gathered to a lace cuff. All Mobile, Ala. and Mr. and
the groom. Mrs. Daniel W. Lee of San STARKE Available in remote self-contained systems
this was accented with tiny
Mrs. Pearl Edwards and Mrs. Lee Strickland m, sister -
A Antonio Texas were week- Saves you more in the long run
lace trim. lace bow secured ,
Mrs. Douglas Hardy visited of the bride, attended as Phone 96 -6200
of Mr. and Mrs.C. .
end
her floor length trainof guests
friends and relatives In Jen- -matron of honor. She worea
nings on Sunday.Mr. lilac crepe floor length 1 gown Illusion bordered with lace. G. Hill. Rental Calla for FREE estimate

accented with a novelty; flower She carried a cascade arrangement Holton Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs & Crutches.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
and Mrs. A. Harrison trim at the empire waist, of white carna-
attended the Hlpps family reunion stand-up collar and short tions, pompoms and Ivy cen- and Mr. and Mrs; Eston Jor- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS NUGENT ELECTRIC
at the home of Mrs. R. sleeves. Her two-toned lilac tered with a lavender orchid. dan were vacationing afKey

T. Hlpps, Sr.in Waycross, Ga. and lavender satin bow head- Her only ornament was a pair West last week. Phone 473-3176 I'iluna' 96 1-116.H' Slttrke FJn.I .
of diamond earrings, a gift
ova r the weekend. piece secured her shoulder frog the groom.A The family of the late Harley : I
held In the and Ardelia McRae enjoyed -
ree reception was .. _
Mrs. a reunion at the homeof -- - - - - -
church annex, where 5
Charles Darby greeted guestsat Mr. and Mrs. Tullle Nor- yS 5 5.
the door and Miss Norma man on July 4. In additionto
,' _
Redding kept the bride's book. the McRae's children,there > <' ..._. ," ro

The bride's table was covered were nine grandchildren, 12
I cP.io with a white embossed great-grandchildren, and two GOLD"t
linen cloth centered by a great- greatgrandchildren I ; e :

three tiered with wedding greenery cake encircled and- present on this occasslon. : L)

pompoms and topped with a Special Agent Frank Hardy,
bride and groom. This was son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles .
<$> flanked by silver candelabrawith Hardy, of the Air Force off- f

white tapers. At each ice of Special Investigations, MEDAL ..
end of the table were crys- is home on two weeks leave I
tal punch bowls encircled with from Forbes AFB, Topeka, 3 V J
greenery and pompoms. Kan. In September he will ro
\C.O' Mrs.Eugene McRae and Mrs* be reassigned to the District i
I !Xc CKS William McRae cut the bride's Headquarters, AFOSI District g IHor0/24/ Karat Quality/

L cake. Misses Hjalmar Mc- 20, McChord AFB, Tacoma,
e Millan and Ann Starling pre- Wash.
VcV 6 v o1 sided at the punch bowls. Mrs. 00W
$ Joe Paulk and Mrs. Benton Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Esk-
Futch assisted in serving. ridge of Orlando were visit-
: rr Misses Laura and Helen Ann ing Mr. and Mrs.Homer Sternon : More Value Less Money

x > McRae, cousins of the bride Monday.
1or tfoo passed out rice bags. W row
After spending some time Lewis Ingram and Harry
with their guests the couple Glllyard of Jacksonville were CO
left on a short wedding tripto last Friday visitors of Mr. 00 00
I Crescent Beach and are and Mrs. Tullie Norman. "

now residing in Colorado CHAMPION 60x12 Bedroom
Men'sKnit | Springs, Colo where Mr.Nor-
man is stationed with the Ar- Early Cotton Plants 00 KItchen
jj my. Were Decorative Shrubs W

"..,,",.." """".."................ The first cotton plants were co
FAMOUS SPORTS jj believed to have been tropi- g Like Striking Gold At
Local admittances to Brad- cal shrubs similar to crepe <*>
COATS ford County Hospital the past myrtles or lilac bushes Over W.
BRAND week Include: Mrs.VeraSapp, the centuries annual forms
$ NAME Calvin Collins, Kostan'Budy, evolved that could produce a t1J %
S6 9-S79 Mrs. J.P. Teems, Mrs. Ell- crop in a single season I

0 MERCHANDISE ] oulse Olin, W. P. Reams, $4995.I.I.

Jfn Herschel Wheeler, Mrs. Vlc- American farms are now Z i
0 l ie Sapp, C. J. Beck, Mrs. operating closer to capacity
Sallle Underwood, Mrs. Gla- than at any time since the W
I dys Green, Mrs. Rosemary Korean .
$30.95e Erhard, Mrs. Patsy Bell, all w
ro
0 0lodieS of Starke; Mrs.Beatrice Hines War.NOW >
Graham; Michael Grover and ay 52x12 Bedroom
Mrs. Evelyn Johnson Mel- > LAMPLIGHTER
I Iro rose; Mrs. Jo Busbee and
Edwin,Logsdon, Keystone Heights PLAYING w Your Choice of Floor PlanVILLAGER
; Mrs. Joan Starling, o coCO
Sots Sport I Lawtey; Leaston Wynn. Shel- NIGHTLY! > Ot
ley Matchett, Hampton; Jo-
S'I'J\ '" seph R. Richard, Sr. and Jo-' "Sonny & Help's a Comic *-fr
wear seph R. Richard, Jr.,Raiford.
i .bringing you the I $3995SAVE
Joseph Pepe of Miami was newest soundsrom
Mrs.. Lamar Shaw at Klnccley -
Dresses I Lake. "They can play anything
\ Jr' & by request"
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2 In trade area: 96.00 per
No Alterations year; $3.50: six months Hideaway W 376-1452
Hwy 17 North *>
Outside' trade $7.00 4620 N.W.13th St.
L All Sales Final/ No Returns area:
per year; $4.00 six months 301 North Waldo
lIrrwu -* +utaeeaewta : .$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ .
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $




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12, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 5



I McKiiiney Service Set For FridayA. Policies Set. Starke Jaycees Endorse Petition For City ManagerStarke I

Everett McKlnnoy Jr., age Department,. and was now (From Page 1))
51, was pronounced dead on serving as Executive Direc-
arrival at Bradford County tor of the Florida Retail LIq- June 19 that work beyond the Jaycees have endorsed petition bearing 500 namesat Florida. City Council and/or legisla- In areas of responsibilities
Hospital shortly after 10 p.m. uor Men meter would have to be Inspected a petition asking fora the next city council meet-
tive action and a vote on the and duties for city officials
, Tuesday. He apparently suffered and that the city does change to a city manager Ing July 17. The presentation "We petition that this be the citizens Is
question by and will make
I done at the earliest date In employees;
a heart attack while Funeral services will be not have a gas Inspector. form of government for the was first planned for July 3, that this
necessary we urge those for the city
but withheld due to lack keeping with good manage- working
staying at his cottage on Little "You apparently want to give City of Starke. was
held at 10 a.m. Friday July vote be conducted at the same (the taxpayer) more
ment of tax funds. If this respon-
Lake Santa Fe and was away city labor free of chargeand "Upon the completion of a of name!!. can-
13, In Jones Memorial Chapel not be done by action of the time the next city election Is sive to those who are charged
to : also work against the investigation by the The petition states:
brought the hospital by with Rev. Ben Bryant;. thorough held. with responsibilities of direction -
"
the Keystone Heights ambulance pastor of the First Baptist free enterprise system by de- Starke Jaycees we concludethat We, the undersigned cit- "We believe the 'City Man- and supervising their
nying private businesses to not unlike izens of Starke petition the B&E's .
Church officiating. Intermentwill our city, any ager' form of government work and activities will bring
Mr. McKInney was a past do the work," Tucker re- other city, is ready for a City Council to take the necessary ;
be In Crosby Lake Cem- be more responsive to the will about a savings to the tax-
director of the State Bever etery. torted. city management form of gov- action to bring abouta (From Page 1)) of the citizens of Starke will payers by better performance -
The motion was approved ernment. With this foremostin change from the present
4-1, McRae opposing.The your mind, we urge you to form of government to 'City times. They then tied him provide better understanding from city personnel;will
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council approved ano- support the local referendumand Manager' form of Govern- up and took his billfold which provide a better and more

KEYSTONE MEIROSE ther recommendation that theclty's get this matter on the contained $11. They went Fire House effective relationship among
ment for the City of Starke city officials and employees
gas mechanic be appointed ballot,." states PresldentJohn through his house looking for ;
to serve as the gas Bradley of the Starke Jaycees.It anything else to take and then will provide better servicesto
IUS..NESS DIRECTORY Inspector. is planned to present a KH Celebration. left.Water's (From Page 1)a ) the citizens of Starke and
Tucker then touched off a Grocery In Hamptonwas will bring about better gov-
lengthy debate by bringing up (From Page 1)) entered July 9 with an cost of approximately $14- ernment to our city as has
FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES HARDWARE GARDEN the old problem of delinquent Clay Board estimated $675 worth of expensive 000.The been proven by other cities
utility bills. He pointed out Club made a fine showing with Items taken. Culprits 40 by 90-foot building throughout the state and nation -
SLIMS IIAZDWAIE that the council had set a their float America Is Beautiful neatly removed a window and will provide for storage of who have" this form of
fI y1 1J1le policy that when a customer Settles with Cheryl Rowe as the laid It against a tree. Stolen the department's fire fighting government.
Fish 'N'Staff Cpl failed to pay on time, his Statue of Liberty, the sea were several stereo tapes equipment, as well as offices, City Clerk Merrill Ed-
CIJITDLI"a utility service would be ter- sick Lion, and George Massa, watches stereo tape deck, rest rooms and other facili wards said the question can-

Bait A ca""lata" line af Hdw.CIck.ta minated. Zoning Charlie McGlave Tom Bry- nine cartons of cigarettes. ties.Harry Green, chief of the for not be the placed regular on September the ballot
ant, Bill Wahl. Earl Eckford, Ronson lighters and fluid, six
Shinn.r.-Wo/ma BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS because "you can't
election
"The last time the com- Alex Cardenas on board. cases of Schlitz beer all sand- 32-member department,. extends -
Minnows. Plumbing S. Invitation vote to elect a man to an
Elact.lc.1 to the
Supp. mission ordered that delin- Boy Scout Troop 574 enteredIts wiches In the cooler two radios an gen-
TACKLE.RODS.REELS Gro.1.n. fartill.a. quent customers be cut off HassleThe raft used to float down 54 all $4 pipes all Well- eral public as well as all office and make that office"
In.actlcld.. rescinded that action," city and county officials to appointive at the same time.
you
fiSHING I. HUNTING miles' of the Suwannee River. ington knives and one cam-
Lamb" +, & Building Mata.lal. Tucker said, speaking to City Other participants having a attend the open house. The clerk said 25 per cent
LICENSES AMMUNITION era.Officer Members of the Ladles Auxiliary of the city's registered voters
Clerk Merrill Edwards. prolonged Zoning Board Glen found -
H..y. 21 N. 200 yds F.a"" Light great time were the Burch Sapp a
ICE Edwards detailed the difficulties argument in Clay County appeared family with their kids and lot of fingerprints- no will serve refresh- must petition for the question
Kay.tona Hgu. 73357 Ka.tana HalghU 7J.3663 he said exist In the to be settled last week guests being pulled around In suspects. ments during the afternoon. to be placed on a ballot.

timing of the billing and the with the appointment by the rubber rafts with "Pm In-
CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION AIR CONE cut-off procedures."I'm County Commission of a five- flation" as their theme and
looking at a list of member board after Circuit the party boat from White
TIIEISES T VRobbie's & 346 accounts that were de- Judge Marion Goodln upheld Sands Lake on their way to THE
APPLIANCE linquent back In May," Tuc- a new county zoning ordinance the "Funny Farm." fOR
Camp : ker said, holding up the list. abolishing the old 11-member To finalize the festivltes of
Talla Sol.. QLIUSUr "We do have a policy to han- board. the very safe July 4 In Key-
dle this situation." stone, the Volunteer Firemen ,
aety Low Gas e.G. TV STERO McRae asked Graudons how Four of the five members boarded the raft In the middleof FIRSTTIME
Price and Gator on lot CAR AND PORTABLE many delinquent accounts had appointed to the new board Lake Geneva and thrilled
Hi Low Exclusive TAPE DECKS been cut off since May. Grau- were holdover members of the spectators with a specta-
Towing Insurance COMMERICAL AND dons said only six accounts the old board. They are: cular display of fireworks
RESIDENTIALJAMES had been acted upon. Mrs. Mary Higginbotham, could be seen for miles EVER
u. ROBI-.ISON.:. PROP AIR CONDITIONING Tucker read the auditor's Dlst. 1, and Lee Drawdy Dlst. around.Ed .
report and then said: 2 (both of the Orange Park Bennett commander for
;
3.5 Miles S. Of Keystone. SALES & SERVICE "This has been going on area); Fred Barthlow Dist. 3 the fourth annual "Our Coun-

475.2035 KEYSTONE for years and much as we've ( Mlddleburg), and Tracy try Day Program" headed up
473.4651 talked about it, nothing Is Baker Sr.. Dlst. 4 (Keystone organization of the days acti-
REAL ESTATE AUTO SERVICE being done." Heights area). vities which were enjoyed by THE LIGHTER
McRae shook his head and thousands. Ray Farris actedas
salo he couldn't understandwhy Joseph Cooper a former
Cermonies
Master of for
Richard To Lovorn KEYSTONE AUTO SERVice the policy had not been mayor of Green Cove; Springs the fourth consecutive year.

f\I. Real Estate Broker Front End Alignment Speed enforced."You give me your list and was District appointed 5 (Green to Cove represent area) KNOTBrings

LAKE PROPERTIES wheel, 1 Balancing I'll see they are cut off," on the new board. Teacher Pay. .
Graudons said.
RESIDENTIAL 'Air Conditioning Service- "This is nothing new-- It M.L. (Les)Beasley, former (From Page 1))

BUSINESS ACREAGE Brake Service always comes up at election mayor of Keystone Heights out that the school board Is
Edwards stated was named as the new zoning
time
I INSURANCE Lubricarion Oil Chan"e'Koatona wry- now having to repay to the
ly.His board administrator to succeed state some $118,000 In funds
Hili'". 47.3254 Tune Up473.469Z comment produced a Floyd Gnann, who had overpaid the county In prior e Entertainment/ Nigh
laugh from the audience a held the post for the past ten years. Were that not the case \
'Goodyear TiresEdn.
retort to the effect that If years. Temple said more funds
.. Knepper4"t.41II the commission appointed a would be available. fly
Martha Durbin ..4'3162 1 BLK. Off E. 21 and 1 ILK.: clerk, Edwards would be Beasley has been living in The superintendent also
Jim Fox 4'3-1148 N. Off 100 spared that problem. Tallahassee for the past three explained It would not be fea- Mixed With A
C.R. McAfee 4.3.4050 KEYSTONE IIGTS. 473-4052 Clerk Edwards said Wed- years and has been employedby sible now to cut the school
nesday morning he gave Supt. the Florida Public Ser- board's present 10-mllI local Whole Some AtmosphereFor
BEAUTY SHOP S. E. lcKa ). !Hcaltor Graudons a new list of delinquent vice Commission. He is cur- tax levy. The school systemIs
accounts on June 21. rently In the process of movingto being rewarded for levy-
-
Nell'tf S.E. McK.\ REALTOR The council's new policy of Green Cove Springs. Ing 10 mills he said. Any Your Enjoyment ,. .
cutting off customers two bills
Member nf Society cut In mlllage would mean a .
Beauty Style Shot of Residential Appraiser behind was followed duringthe "The new zoning_board will double loss- the extra state "" "

"For 0 Servina 1his Area For 26 Years three-day period of June be working very closely with money and the loss In local Open
21-23 and service to some 75- the county commission and tax funds.

Ph you I \Irs. Melba Ilgen 473.4740 100, accounts was terminated there will naturally be some County schools receive from ,P.M.-12 P.1i.
ona the clerk said.Councilman .
10"alia'4 Mrs Dolores Gilmore 473.360C changes In policy and procedures the state $124,199 for each
One Wiggins ," Beasley told the Moni- of the three mills In levys 1 Moii. -Sat. /
Mrs.oanne/ Gassett 475.1622 said Wednesday morning that tor.
above seven, a total of $372-
Mr. Luli Robinson 47'.1035 Supt. Graudons had cut off 597. A mill Is also worth Happy Hour Iiuuii
I about 90 utility accounts in Beasley requested a salaryof approximately $56,000 In
tialghta lIomes.\crealte.Rentals, June. About 17 services were $14,400 including expensesbut
county taxes. -
"ol.o.a" T Office Phone 473.4816 paid and cut back on Friday the Commission agreed to At Temple's request the Begins 16 July ,
he said. pay him 1283.33 a month board set an August 7 meet-
for the next three months, Ing at 7 to finalize the
!:!: ', Rays Shall r + p.m.
75C
Lanall I Boutique \A. Wr.ck.r S.rvlc.I which figures out to $15,399 new operating budget. It Includes All Hi-Balls

Styles and Accesaorie,1* Wa monitor channak 13 C.B. annually. This is the same $3,218,613 In state
salary Gnann was being paid, funds, $580,000 In local ad
W 4:30-6:30 1I
For The : : Daily
Complete 24 HHS :WI I Including expenses. valorem taxes $23,000 In unencumbered
woman race track tax
Service The Zoning Board contro- funds, and $15,000 In anticipated -
Hwy H Dotwun /f AAA versy started last April when summer funds
program
K.y.ton. S M.Io.. Kay.ton. I the County Commission dismissed from the state. U.S. 301 North
475.2211 Day Call 473'3083 the entire 11-member ,
Nights 47'-2838 board because of alleged
widespread dissatisfaction
the with act-
throughout county
Ilact.lcal Contractor
Fill Dirt Ions of the zoning board. Un-

Baoch Sand Bell Electric Co. der the old zoning ordinance
the Zoning Board's decisions FLORIDA BANK
Clay fillTacto James W, Bell, Owner were final with no provisionfor
Work review or veto by the

Hank Brunlnll Commercial 1 1, County Commission.
Residential The new zoning ordinance AT STARKE
KEYSTONE IIEIGIITS creates a Board of Appealto
PHONE 473.4761 Repairs review complaints about

P.O. BOX 41 Electrical Range, Hoods Fixtures. .rtY Zoning a Board Board actions of Adjustment as wellas STATEMENT OF CONDITION .

LAKE GENEVA Keystone Hgta 473-3602 with the power to grant var- June 30, 1973
iances.

TRACTORS A11TO SERVICE There were protests at the
Commission meeting last
TRIANGLE "R" JOHNSON AUTO TUNE UP
-+.C! week that the membership was RESOURCESLoans
0
ENTERPRISE, INC.'General Repairing too small and that a section
Engines! Rebuilt of the ordinance was Illegal
GENERAL CONTRACTORS .Mino Machine Shop Work POSYP1UNTEDRomanticwhimsy which restricted membershipon

Licensed: In.ured 'Air A\Iomati\ Conditioning:lranamision- subtly feminine characterizes pants outfitof this the board to persons living and Discounts . . . . . . 4,993,524.45

Featuring 'Tire. Bure..e flower-sprigged cotton outside of municipalities. County Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures . . . . 270,595.55

The Linda! Cedar Home, Mon. Fri. 70: A.M. 6 P.M seersucker. A waist-defining with Commissioners Indicated Prepaid Expenses . . . . . 17,108.33
is
.
473. N Sc Rd 21 47) 384 shirt-Jacket paired the possibility of amendingthe
2 Sac. 7:30.: 1 P.M. wide-legged pants for an ordinance at a future hearing Accrued Interest and Income Receivable . 96,986.30U.
P.O. Box 657
2110 LAKE GENEVA 4H.4117
easy-going look. Separatesby if these complaints proved Government Securities . . 783,899.94
Per Se.
valid. U.S. Government Agency Securities . 1,789,493.03

Florida County and Municipal Bonds . . 1,277,865.78Other

State and Municipal Bonds . . 1,377,101.00Other

Florida National Banks Securities . . . . 472,690.29Cash

on Hand and Due From Banks . . 573,992.84 6,372,029.18




lend money to LIABILITIES 11653257.51





spring back with. Capital Stock . . . . 300,000.00

Surplus . . . . 975,000.00

Undivided Profits . . . 79,845.75

Reserve for Contingencies . . . 188,921.46 1,543,767.21

Reserves for Losses on Loans . . . . 30,077.19

Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc. . . . . 73,477.46

Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned . . . 275,516.54

Other Liabilities . . . . . . 262.61

Demand Deposits . . . 4935790.09

MorHlrtMlHMIUl FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE Time Deposits . . . 4,794,366.41 9,730,156.50
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Hunk*oft .J Jefferson at Clark Street.Telephone: 964.7050 11,653,257.51July
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Code Of Laws, Policies ." ) Horse Sleeping Sickness:


.',

: Authorized For CountyAuthorization "\,. Found In Hampton AreaA


positive case of Eastern central nervous system. In erinary Division State Board
horses this results in nervousness of Health Jacksonville.
strain of Equine Encephalomyelitis -
of an expen- Thought Is that the only way / or "horse sleeping depression, impaired According to County Agent
finance still have drain- vision fever grind- Bobby Taylor there is no spe-
diture of $6,100 to possible and sickness" has been diagnosedIn
codification of county ordin- age is to pave the entire 20 the Hampton area, accord- Ing of teeth, drowsiness cific treatment for the dis-
ances and policies was given feet and slope the grade to Ing to County Sanitarian Jack sleeping In a standing position ease In horses but vaccina-
by the Bradford Commissionat the middle of the road for Trawick and the State Division inability to swallow and tion of horses is recommended -
Its July 2 meeting. the drainage. There is also of Health. The case was inability to rise when down annually in Florida. He
the prospect of boat trailers reported to the Division of lying on side while moving recommends that horses not
Instigator of the move Is having to be backed all the Health by Dr. Tallman a feet and legs in bicycling motion vaccinated this spring should
County Attorney Gene Shaw way down the 535-foot road. Gainesville veterinarian. paralysis and death. be vaccinated as soon as pos-
who several times in the Mild cases may recover in sible for the Eastern and
past has suggested having Chairman Ralph Bryan said Sleeping sickness Is caused a few weeks but severe cas- Western types of the disease.
county laws placed Into a there is possibility the Game 15M'Qi AiS by a virus that also Infects es usually die.Veterinarians. Mosquito control is the best
book coded for fast refer- Commission may be able to man and birds. The diseaseIs means of protecting man and
ence location. Without much supply state recreation funds Newman not contagious from horseto should I be horses against exposure.
research Into many different for purchasing additional to won first place in th. KOP arts man, but may be trans- called In for all cases and Horses can be sprayed witha
files there is no way at pre- right-of-way. McMillan was see crafts show. mitted to man by biting Insects should report all clinically suitable Insecticide or keptin
sent to tell what laws the asked to work up a plan for principally the culex diagnosed cases to the Vet- screened stalls.
county has, Shaw contends the project. mosquito which Is numerousIn 00000000oooootsasooooo00ONLY -
and the commissionersagreed. Newman Big Bradford County accordingto
-A man was hired for $20 to Trawick. The mosquito THE VERY RICH
per month to maintain the ing spraying program Is being
The codifying process will public boat ramp on Little stepped up In the Hampton
be undertaken by Municipal Lake Santa Fe. In Arts Show area Trawick added.
Code Corp. of Tallahassee to CAN AFFORD CHEAP
Shaw said. Codification will -Mrs. Maurice Williams Birds may also be infected
tnat Chrlstoffers New- also had a very Interesting
enable officials attorneys was told by CommissionerDave including domestic birds suchas
county bad of craft Items of decoupage -
town professional display AIR CONDITIONINGQuality
Paulk
buying a that when his chickens turkeys and
or anyone
craft, eco-
firm is finished taking dirt selected as the plaster ducks. They sometimes die
of the county code to ,
copy In the KOP Arts logy hutch,' transfer art and or harbor the disease Work Doesn't Cost It Pays
have a copy of all ordinances may
wood sculpture.Mrs.
and policies in central Show by popular without showing signs.
place. a I.: \ idrnc/ SlIow... on the first 275 men Fremont Tolles Man and horses and con- BROWN REFRIGERATIONAIR
children attending chairman for the seventh annual -
sidered "dead end"
or accidental -
Chairman Ralph Bryan endorsed Scat Itcll t \ n' ed. Keystone On Parade activities hosts. They do not CONDITIONING
the idea of a county better known stated there were a develop a viremia so the
code saying he was tired of l.iI'c' Sa\c'r as Dot,was total of 19 entrants participating disease is not transmitted WEATHERTON HEAT PUMPS
referring to ordinances on with blue ribbons : In the show and most all from the infected man or

an "I-thlnk-so" basis. Evidence is piling up year .water" She color also"Ole re- from Melrose around area, the proving Keystone-the a- horse to other mammalians. 226. S. Walnut St. Starke 964-7731

The expenditure will hope- after year that the wearingof second place rib- rea Is full of many talents. Sleeping sickness affects the ',
be the safety belts when drivingor
fully recouped over has
water color di-
long haul by the sale of the riding in a car will greatly all
her painting of a
reduce the of deathor
code books which should sell danger to "
for $100 or higher Attorney serious injury says the Swamp.
Shaw said. Florida Highway Patrol. really should dif- GUARANTY FEDERAL
ply In the art
Shaw also said he remem- "Most accidents causing
( amateur
bers when policy concerningwork death or Injury occur within age)giving every-
hours and payment of 25 miles of home and at speeds
: opportunity to
county employees was adopted under 40 miles per hour. You lit"s said. "I plan to Savings/ and Loan Association
placed in the minutes should use your safety belt to the Woman's
and there remains buried with
for all trips whether trav- next year's art ex-
no ready access for refer eling across town or across added.

ral.The state" says the FHP. and Y, Crews of Jack-
commission also votedat ed
the same meeting to establish Small children become flying a property own- DOUBLE BARRELGOES
came in for
and maintain througha missiles inside a car involved -
In the oil di-
system of court fees a in a crash if they have
county law library another not been properly buckled In. a red ribbon
the forlorn look
Shaw suggestion. To fund the Children over four years of
who had just been
library $2 will be chargedon age or four feet, seven inches two
scolded for chew-
each civil action In circuit tall should use a reg-
court and $1 on each ular seat belt, pulled firmly master's" slipper
civil action In county court. around the hips. Specially designed .
restraints manufactured Dee of Keystone
The library will be admin- after April 7, 1971 are received honorable
istered by a five-man board recommended for smaller a white ribbon
of trustees composed of two children and babies.A painting entitled
lawyers, a circuit judge the which showed the
county Judge and the clerk study of 28,000 automo- harvest gathered
of the circuit court. bile crashes showed that there a held by hands.
were no deaths at speeds under
Shaw appeared at the meet- 60 miles per hour when 26 : P. Hollls of Mel-
Ing with both actions pre- the people were using the the received honorable ON- .
pared as ordinances. The seat belt with the shoulder a white ribbon for
board accepted both actions painting "Ba
harness and injuries were reduced I.. -- -
as prepared.A from 40 to 90 percent. ." r"1. ,. '
third ordinance adopted E. Drake of Key- r 7'l''I 01"'ii :.f i .\'">icconnt I July 2 established a con- "Safety belts are the cheapest
first and
,
tractors licensing board for life and hospital Insur- In won the craft di- c t,. To )'o/ir/ fVf'jtrri/ ..\\i-connl
the county. The board will ance available and If the dri- .
have jurisdiction over "general" ver sets the example for his ; / the carvings beautiful"Coop life- -k j1 J t In Tin ."Inrnrurl t t of/:
by buckling he
passengers
contractors only not up and "Ring Neck
persons engaged in special- is money ahead on a group '" These birds are l
ized fields of plumbing electrical Insurance policy. So buckle j' hand painted and .!
or other limited up save money and lives and '
Arrive Alive" advises the they are cov-
fields. Members of the board
real velvet like *
will be the county commission Highway Patrol. One of the carvings $200 to $999 and You will receive an

and Clerk Gib Brown. is valued at over '. unbreakable pitcher and 4 tumblers

In other action at the July Tell r $1000 to $4,999 and You will receive a
sensitive
a
2 meeting: truly per. Spear of Lake 'w ;' digital electric clock.
son that you think he looks honorable mention
-Architect Frank Georgemet great today and hell worry Rocking Chair PIn- $5,000 or more and You will receiver
.
with
the board and after about what was wrong with made from a beer ; l.--- matching His-n-Her's travel kits.
reviewing condition of the "
the way lie looked jesterdaj. ( -
county health department
building '.
!
u <
on Church Street In Bettye and Bert's Craft Shop) \\'hile'I'hc'Lat. .
Starke was requested to pre-
pare plans for remodeling the Available At All Four Locution..
structure and to submit cost
estimates at the next meet-

Ing. & .+

-County Surveyor M. G.l\fc- Mustaflq
Millan reported completion of
iu1
a survey of the graded access Register by July 13 TO WIN::
road leading to the pub- a __
lic boat ramp on Hampton .
x
Lake and that It measures ,f;
535 feet long and 20 feet MOBILE HOMES INC. -b. h Isuunr 1 st Prize $250 Savings Account

wide. McMillan estimated a"u+;. t r 2nd Prize $100 Savings Account

paving costs at $7,200. The 3rd Prize $50 Savings Account
board discussed feasibility of 1650 N. Temple Ave. 964-721
paving the narrow road. : : r 4th Prize $50 Savings Account

Starke. Flu. Open 9-8-1-6 Sun.

The Inn

Your Moble Home

Time Has Passed By

] CenterFeaturing Daily Compounded

Friendly RusticFHElO"'T Shopping In Gainesville; !! .3301: ; 1 1V. lrni> eriiAe.! .
Interest on ALL

I INN

Altair- '___ Types of Accounts
Ara Ar
III I fire! (rent o /tl-13onz\rood-Cupell| Draeo.Klniwood _

**mok % Mountain I: Grurn jJlt* SJ.fffit1d. 'y

,,. \ I
Of North" ( :iiroliim V i -r Now Guaranty Federal Savings and loan pays
THIS
WEEKS SPECIAL "p tJ. I I Daily Compounded interest on all types of savings
The Moot r Talked
investments on all existing and new accounts.
AD out Eati"i., .-lace 197J: CAPELLA .
GRANViLLE 1973 What does this mean for yoult means higher

Carolina In The Mountains. 1 2x60. 2 BR Front Kitchen 12x60, 2 BR /J?- earnings for each dollar you invest. Do you need
a better reason to save at Guaranty Federal
f.
House type windowes, Front Rear Fully 4 :
Serving Family Style; _, _
Swimming Pool Double insulated roof Full Baths done in a beautiful .
-. -= ; .
-
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Tennis, Golf, carpet beautiful Moderen Spanish decor '- -:. : :'-"'..;'c PASSBOOK
--
: SAVINGS
Recreation Hall. decor in avocado 5.25%

5 Miles To Was Now
Cherokee Reservation Was Now In Keystone! IIgl.f PER ANNUM COMPOUNDED


\VEEK-END 85500 $4995 87495 $6800 Cm'.orl.n"rt'IIt'.Bhcl.\\ \iin Wa DAILYIn


SPECIAL22.5OlVrlVn.on Gainesville; ""

; ( THIS IS YOUR COUPON "It/ Pays To Save 220( N. :Main Si. Hi. :378-1431:
For 10,000 S&H Green
I Dlil. Stamps and While Supply Last
Occupant
With The Purchase Of A Free :33O1; rnh.Ave.rii. :*7H-n.n2 i .

2 lIi- IJt'o! -J: Ia\s,, Any New Mobile Home. Fishermans HandbookOur Where They Pay YOU. In he 'Mttstle! HfjtH.", IMi. .1731952Cor. : ;

I IllclllIt'M'IBeal.", : -.
: Of Lawrenee
Prices Includes and StilvaiiVH1
Delivery Within 100 Mi. Cement Blocks,
Write Box -'159Ilrjson TO SAVE
Installation Of Hurricane Tie Downs, 25 Ft. Of Water Hookup In Starke: I'h.,96.t-O( (";
Ch: >', \.C.

Or Cull 293-5,142 & 20 Ft. Of Sewer Pipe Plus A Set Of Steps. :39O: W. :Madison. ,Ave.




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Youth Camps AvailableFor Don't Take BicycleS Tobacco Poundage, Price

3th

Boys And Girls"Come Lightly Support Vote Set July 17 FRIDAY

} i5y
The recent boom In bicycleuse cycle Itself, and the other to Bradford hi t
join us for an adventure Explore Florida's woods\; and may be an environmental educate riders In the proper flue-cured tobacco allows for carrying forward
'" farmers are reminded of
waters! undermarketings from short
boon for traffic-choked operation of their machines.
That is he i Intriguing\ \ invitation 1 bi-inn\ l issued to the youth of cities, and healthy recreation Safety officials encourage the Tuesday referendum, July 17 to be Warren held crop to the next year. Grow- Good For
by
,
Florida, boys and girls' ages\ 8 to II, 'hy the Fish and Game; for riders, but It can also riders to use bright orange Carver, county director of ers 110 may also of market up to '
per cent the farms
Commission of Florida be a menace to Florida's high- plastic pennants bearing the the Agriculture Stabilizationand

This; Invitation Is for youth to attend one of the sessions; of the way safety unless educational program's symbol, the Conservation Committee. poundage-- by borrowing quota--withoutpenalty from their- 18 July
measures are taken accord- Orange Blossom Honey Bee,
Commission's Youth Camps Here the will Growers will determine If
have the next year's
youngsters Ing to J.D. Wright Jr., Mr and the words, "Safe Driver'sDon't quota. fj atIoch's nv
chance they want
to enjoy a summer of exploration while painlessly ector of the Governor's Highway Get Stung". They are to continue the a- Price support under the a-
learning something about our out-of-doors and the natural Safety Commission. designed to fly atop slender creage-poundage program and creage-poundage program is
environment of their world. In the hands. of either Inexperienced flexible staffs attached to the price and support In 1974, 1975, available on up to 110 per
The programs at both the camp[ al Lake Eaton in Oca.1FOfl",1 or careless frame of the bicycle.Flutter- effect 1976.since The program, In cent of the farm's poundage : w .
1965 will >
,
con- If the
and the one at West Palm Heath, are planned\ to stress riders, a bicycle can be a Ing above the rider, the colorful tinue If quota harvested acre- 9Y?
approved two-
by
Is within the farm's
conservation and outdoor recreation, with emphasis[ on theresponsible lethal weapon, dangerous to pennant makes motorists thirds or more of the age allotment. A acre-
grow-
age marketing
the operator and to other vehicular aware of the bicycle's DrugStore
;( use of natural areas. Mixed in is a generous( blendof ers voting.All quota penalty applies to any
traffic the .
archery, canoeing, firearms; safety and marksmanship, on highways presence.An educational handbook farmers 18 ;years of tobacco marketed above 110 YYs
fishing and hunting\skills. age or older are eligible to per cent of the farm's pound-
setting forth the Florida'sHighway vote in the referendum k
if
In they
"Several
things figure
Consideration is given to the various age groups[ The youngerones Patrol's age quota.If .
bicycle share in the 1973 flue-cured
the danger potential of a bicycle
have separate sessions; while the older youngsters\ are in
rules is also being distributed tobacco
Its
say Wright. crop or proceeds. growers do not approvethe
their own activities:!; "For on thing, the trad- throughout the state. This will Where no tobacco Is producedIn acreage-poundage quota
This; is a camp like no other There no baseball diamonds. enable riders to be sure of
are ( itional Image of the bicycleas 1973 on a tobacco allot- program on July 17, no mar- 69ft
or horse stables Instead campers learn how to handle canoes a sort of toy some- the laws and regulations con- ment only the owner or oper- ketingq quota, no acreage allotments ;---: -
master the fine art of'"how to catch fish" and gel initiated into thing to have fun with tendsto cerning bicycle riding. ator are eligible to vote. The and no price support Value
the American tradition of marksmanship\ make some people regardthe "With these two approachesto program is open to all eligible will be In effect for the
Youngsters will\ learn the relationship of the out-of-doors to subject of bicycle safety bicycle safety," Wright ] participants, without regard 1974 flue-cured tobacco crop.
their everyday life by such diverse activities as seining a lightly. said, "we hope to have a pos- to race, color, religion Another referendum would be
shallow lake with a fisheries expert, or hiking to a "bu//ard's "A bicycle In traffic has itive Impact on the numberof sex or national origin. held next ;year for the 1975-
of an extreme disadvantage froma bicycle related accidents Warren Carver, county executive 77 crops. Director Carver
Roost, where thousands vultures make their nests. .
safety standpoint Its size.It which will soon be on the director of the Brad- urges all flue-cured tobacco 4 o
The camps, for the first time this will heiocducationalso
year ( seasonal upswing with '
sum-
ford ASCS
is difficult for the aver- County Committee, growers to vote on this important -
that brothers and sisters! may attend the same .sessions The age motorist to see a bicycleIn mer vacation time that always urges growers to consider question.
cost l per child is $ay'> a i week Where else can one find' so much automotive traffic. If the puts more cyclists on carefully; the facts about the Polling place will be In the
offered to a child for so little cyclist drives erratically, the road" acreage-poundage program Agricultural Building on US-

For complete details about sessions, etc. write to the changes lanes unexpectedly, I before voting. 301 North'; In Starke. The polls NowWith
Conservation-Education: Office, Florida i t;lame and Fresh Water or fails to signal properly, The acreage-poundage program will be open from 7 a.m to
Fish Commission Farns Bryant Hldg. fili!iI) South :Mtndan.Tallahassee he not only endangers: him- NEW BOOKSAT for flue-cured tobacco 7 p.m. July 17.
:.1230-1( Application blanks will be sent on request self, but can also cause ac-
cidents." THE LIBRARYADULT Sooner State Strategy- Mouth Piece 33c

.. .. .. The biggest danger factor, $ .49
?
Wright stresses, lies not with r Tactics w
World ProteinIn City Jobs Provided the bicycle but with the rider. Strip-Tease
Short Supply By Farm Machinery The average child or adult FICTIONIf
hopping on his multi- Cory ban D 4OZ.
More than half of theworld's Production of farm machinery speed bicycle, either doesn't You Can't Be Good (Tho- Being Used On BugsIn
and equipment pro-
adult population and
the cycling rules of the ) The Black Prince Syrup
about two-thirds of its children vides jobs for approximately< know mas ; 99c
consume diets inade- 150,000 workers Their out- :road or doesn't obey them. (Murdoch); Chocolate Char-
quate in protein. By 1975, the put is channeled to farmers Florida's ARRIVE ALIVE lie (Fitzgerald); The Devil Oklahoma, they're dust- sorghum and beneficial predators
projected world protein def- through nearly 16,000 dealers program, aimed at total high- Of Aske (Hlll), StrangersAnd ing off an old conservation move In to cat them
icit will be equivalent to Another 100,000 are en- way safety, tackles the prob- Journeys (Shadbolt); No practice and putting it to Later, the< predators follow LiquiprinLiquid
2,157,000 metric tons of 70 gaged in distributing and lem of the bicycle on two More Reunions (Bowers); The work in cotton fields to ob- the remaining insects into the
per cent protein concentrate, maintaining farm machineryand fronts: one designed to upgrade Face of the Foe (Power); The tain better yields at lower cotton. Pain & Fever RelieverFor
according to current esti equipment. the visibility of the biWorld's Tightrope Men (Bagley); Kat- risk to the environment. Scientists believe strip-
mates. The practice being revivedis cropping can eliminate at Children
79c
ie, Kelly And Heck BIckham);
The Child Stealers (Grove); strip-cropping, reports the ]least two or more sprayings
The Gay Head Conspiracy(Baker National Cotton Council, but a season. While they view the
; in the< Sooner State it's being
practice as a majo'r advancein
Fastest Most Game ) Someone's Death (Lar-
Dangerous ; given a new twist. cotton pest management,
) Rembrandt's Hat(:Mala- 1249C\
son : In four years of tests, Okla- they point out that it is not
mud); Deborah(Devenat); lied homa State University researchers effective in controlling the @
and you can bet on it! Sky At Night\ (:McCutcheon); have< found that boll weevil.
Serpent's Tooth(Woods); Gar- planting strips of sorghum Experiments arc under way CoricidinU' GECONGESTANT
den State Moynhan; ); The Hollow with cotton increases the to breed cotton plants with Cold Relief
DAILY Hills (Stewart), population of beneficial insects some resistance to the< weevil Tablets
and reduces the need for but researchers say many
except ADULT NON'-FICTION! spraying. problems are yet to be resolved Tht" phtMiiiMKMimindid" COM'IMW1., ,
Sundays What happens is that harm- in this timeconsuming ..
r ful insects build up in the approach
The Story Of Faith Healing ,
Matinees -
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(Leek); A Pictorial History
12 Noon Of Sea Monsters And Other Credit A Prac- New
yday Checking:
Wed. & Sat. w 7 =/: ///A Dangerous Marine Life(Swee- ter ling Rabbits); Everything(Roser About). Eas- tical Guide Barzman), The VoteThe
ney); Disrupted Decades: The Serena Technique Of Belly
Civil War And Reconstruction JUVENILE: : !NONFICTIONCodes Dancing (Wilson); The House- \ I
Air Conditioned-Theater Type Seating Snack BarsBeverages- Years ( Jones); The!New Wed- wares Story (Lifshey); Bo: =
ding: Creating Your Own Pitching And Wooing (Allen); Adult
Fret Parking- State Law: You must be 18Adm. Ciphers And Secret
Marriage Ceremony (Aris- \\rUIng (Gardner) LegendsOf Introduction To Water Trails ; CepacofSlimLine
$1 inc. Tax.--For Information, 5912345SR ; Tooth Paste
lan); American Cooking- The Great Chiefs Mat- In America (Colwell), Slim- _
Fit JUST EAST US 441 2 Ml. EAST OF I 75 ALL SEATS ONLY $1.00i' Southern Style (Walter); son); The Land And PeopleOf nastics (Nottidge); Points For i OX.
Handbook Of Pseudonyms And Cuba (Ortiz) Saw Ham A Compass Rose (Connell)};
Personal :Nicknames (Sharp); mer And Paint (;;Mejer); Kids A Short History Of Western Economysize
One Woman's Arctic Burn- Camping (PauO.ADl'L ). Music (Jacobs)}; WaitingFor
ford}; I\in With Skits, Stunts The Morning Train (Cat-
And Stories( ) Professional ) How Salesman Make 79 49c
Eisenberg ; l' FICTION:; ton ;; -- .may
Flower ArrangingFor Things Happen(Wachs);Head

Beginners (Gordon), Edward, Edward (Burford> aches: The Kinds And The
Ralph McGlJl, Reporters Tripwire (Garfield); Lydia Cures (Freese)); Ser-
(Martin); Complete Book Of Or Love In Town (Darcj); pico Maas); House Wiring -
Bazaars (Britton); The Le- Rabbit Boss (Sanchez); Borrower (Palmquist), Instant Almanac -
WE GO TO gene Of John Brown (Rover); Of The :NlghtPetera\ ( ): Of Events, Anniver- Diet Plan Hard Candy The DelightfulAid
The Lusitania (Slmpson), The Twilight At Monticello(Pedan) saries, Observances, Quota-
Alps (:National Geographic): The Hungarian Game Ol(ayes)); tions (Spinrad); West Point: To Appetite Control J.99
GREATLENGTHS Octopus And Squid (Cousteau) The Race Sahara Survival America's Power (Galloway)
Frank Lloyd Wright (Twom- (Cole); Who Is Carla Hart How To Buy Major Applia-
l.7 bly); The Health Insurance Barnes)}; Blrchwood (Ban-- nces (Klamkln); Potworks: Davol
Racket And How To Beat It vllle); The Decline and Fall A First Book Of Clay (Luis White
1b (Gregg)); Learn To Grow Old Of America (DeMarla): The ));, Blood IlacKett} The Travel 1 FoldSyringe
I' (Tournler); Skj line Queen Astrov Legacy Ileaven):t Facing Complete Book of 8 mm Vuseliin.WStorage .
TO GET And The Merchant Prince: The Lions (1SickerS; No Movie !Milking YulsmanThe);
,, The Woolworth Story(:Nichols; ) Holiday For Crime (Shannon}; Horse Owner's Vet Book
Vllllam Stj; ron(Ratner); Good The Ottawa Allegation (Ged- (straiten); You \nd lour Purse Lb sizeRegsS.95
YOU TO Dog, Bad ]Dog Slegal); :None des); To Die In California Pension Nader'; ); Woman's
But The Valiant (Cook); C. Thornbtirg); Kamouraska Doctor (Stveene; ); Joy Adam- 79'
G. Jung (Storr; Vice Squad Hebert} The Chip-Chip Gatherers son's Africa (Adamson>); The s'J .99e
Y SHOP WITH US. (Williams); Talk To Your (Naipaul)); After (Anderson Jack Sprat Cookbook, Or
Plants Baker)} The Fallacy ); Only; Couples :Need Good Eating On ,A Low-Chol-
Of I. Q. Senna); American Apply (Disney); Murder In esterol Met (Zane). Scholls
Waiting (Eberhart)} The Fifth
Heritage History Of ;
We even hired Merlin, the world's American Businessnd Industry Estate (Moore), ADULT REFERENCE tiuft'tlinr. Lotion Buz.
(Groner). Webster's New Collegiate
worst magician. He assured us he ADULT NON-riCTION: Dictionary; The Florida Handbook For Feel. .K Lt'goi! 99eExtra
JUVENILE FICTION: 1973-74.
could turn people into frogs. All Sea Turtles: :Natural History I'

Open The Door And See All & Conservation (Bus- JUVENILE FICTION
Save
5
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we asked him to do was turn The People Bulla); Star Dog tard}); Life Saving & Water \J Hold
Hopf); Red Rock Over The Safety' (Red Cross); From Magnifi-Cat (sheehan>, The .
people into a Handy-Way store.Didn't River Beatty), Call Me Yeller Everlasting To Everlasting Adventures Of Mrs.I Pussycat
That's My Name (Pevs- (Taylor), :The Householder's (Eberle)}; Silverolf (Dixon>; : : L'OREALBalsam
work...people ignored ner}; Just So Stories (KIp- Encyclopedia (Schuler);Ever- !Molly And The Giant (Werth> ; 'ri i Regular
Mystery! Of The Scowling
Merlin in bunches, but came t ----r Boy (Whitney>; Matilda Investigates '
(Anderson}; Robert ii Unscented
in anyway just to pick up on I I And The Magic String (Sherman Instant Hair
)); A Wind In The Door
some of the thousands of itemswe I (L'Engle> Helen Oxenbury's
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keep on our shelves.In .

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. SENIOR CITIZENSThe SiWxftiSSiSSSiSSWWvKi::;:;::: ;;:;;;;:! ; ;;; ;!;:;!j ;: ;:;;: !::;:';:':l i First Baptist Youth Choir .

CommunityNews
NEWS ABOUT

Wiiiro. house Conferenceon In 1969 Medicare paid 45% OBITUARIES Performs At' NC Festival

Aging is 2 1/2 years behind of the total health expenses.

us. The and the discussion fervor,(generated enthusiasm -- under Today Nixon's it Is down plan to It 42 will%sink and tjjjj:1jjlj;:::;::;:;:::;;:'ivi;::;*[;j1lj;; :'jjml1HjHmjjjj::[ ;;![ ;;:;[[[; ;!;! ;!*jj11;; '!;'?1 Choir Forty of members the r'irstBaptist of the Youth lice Mrs.Nichols Robert, Allen Mrs.,Ted Mrs.Oglesby Myr-- SERVICE MEN

from that historic to 35%/. Medicare Programshave Mrs. Eugene Tamer, Mr.and .
gathering provided some hopeto been reduced in many Church participated In the l! Mrs. Nell Tucker and Col. as J-rrsfl 4-4S rflrrr rare

the elderly,poor, and handi- States and may soon be elimi- J. Fred Guy first Southern Baptist Youth and Mrs. H. M, Hatcher, Jr.
Choir Festival held at Ridge-
capped Americans nated.A .
throughoutthe
crest Baptist Assembly .IJy Elizabeth livens Walker
land. statement by Nelson Cru- James Fred Guy, 64, form- -------------
Ground N. C, from June 28-
There were some delegateswho ikshank, president of the Nat- erly of Starke and Gainesville, Loud voice on the bus "If
critically said that it was ional Council of Senior CIti- died Wednesday, July 4, at 30. DELL CHAPTER OES Thursday night the Ladles
an exercise: In futility. Others zens, says "This is an out- his home InBoca Raton,wherehe Approximately 50 choirs I get another raise, I till The regular meeting of Dell Circle will meet at the homeof

optimistically said that this rageous, unconscionablescheme had lived for the past two about won't be able to afford Chapter 168 OES will be held Mrs. Sarah Prince. Prayer -

was a great conference,but we to steal from the elderly years.A representing people from all over 2,000 the steak, but at least I will be tonight (Thursday) at 8 p.m. Band will meet Friday at
young in
home of Mrs. Table Hamp
should repeat this action and the sick. All members are asked to
every three years Insteadof A poll recently conducted by native of Virginia he was The United music States director participated.for entitled to complain about please be present and on time. ton. Dinners will be sold from

waiting ten more years.In Louis Harris recorded that the son of the late Rev. and Dr. James Woodard this Director the price." the kitchen on Saturday. The
summary, during the final 92% of the American peopleare Mrs. J. T. Guy, and his father was of the Music Depart-- SCHOOL NEWS pastor and congregation will
session President Nixon sp- opposed to Nixon's plan was a former pastor of the ment of Oklahoma Baptist University Basic Adult Education sum- go to Pierson on Sunday to
oke to the delegates and gave making it the most unpopularof Starke Methodist Church many mer classes are In progressat render services. Bus will
many promises, but mainly on any of this Administration years ago. Mr. Guy was man- Shawnee, Oklahoma. In the early years of the kwM. RJE, each Monday and Wed- leave the church at 9:30.: Everyone -

his Bill HK1 which had been cost-cutting proposals.So ager of the Coca-Cola plantIn nation, an entire administration nesday night from 7 to 10 is Invited to go on

pending in Congress for 2 1/2 you see, alongside of Starke and later In Gaines- could run on what an p.m. All Interested adults are the trip.
years. This 13111 proposed a strident inflation and profit ville, and in more recent years Enroute to Ridgecrest the inauguration costs today. Invited to attend. For information The annual Women's Day
5% Increase in Social Security gorging of the big corporations had been in the real estate Youth Choir spent the after- call Vo-Tech 964- celebration will terminate

benefits which received a very we, 'the senior citi- business in Gainesville and noon at Six Flags over Georgia SAN ANTONIOAirman 6150. Sunday, July 22. All mem-
cool reception from the con- zens, are in for Big Povertyand Boca Raton. and on Wednesday eve- 1 bers are asked to please cooperate -
ferees, and which he tried to plenty more of the same. ning presented a concert at Carl E. dddens, son of Mrs. CHURCH ACTIVITIES with this activity for

insist upon when he vetoed the lie was a member of the First the Cleveland Avenue Baptist Patsy J. Page of RU 1, Law- New Bethel Baptist Church, success, then we can say,
20% Increase. This veto was -Joe Kerrigan United Methodist Church of Church In Atlanta, and were tey, has completed Air Force Rev. Leroy Davis pastor: work well done.Ebenezer .

overridden by Congress and he Gainesville, the Gainesville guests of the church mem- basic training at LacklandAFB Tuesday night Prayer Meet-

reluctantly signed that increase Masonic Lodge, the Ocala bers. Mrs. Charles Franciswas Texas. ing at 7:30: Wednesday night, Baptist Church,
this year. lie promisedto FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Scottish Rite Bodies, the Mor- the accompanist of the e During his six weeks training Bible Class, 7:30. Sunday" Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.

remove the Medicare deductibles STARKE occo Temple of Jacksonville, Youth Choir. t he studied the Air Force School will terminate services -

but Instead these the Gainesville Shrine Club, mission, organization and for,Sunday. Regular ser- Tuesday night. Bible Class.

deductibles have been in- Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morn- and Rotary International. Accompanying the group as customs and received spe- vices will .be held on the Thursday night. Prayer Meet-
cial Instruction in human relations -
will
School
creased. Our last S.S. check ing. Sunday begin
fourth Sunday.
Ing Worship at 11, sermon chaperones were:Mr.William
indicates an almost 7% de- "Seeing God"; Church Coun- Surviving are his wife, the George, minister of music; services for the day at 9:30.:
ductable on the average $100 cil Meeting, 5 p.m.; Church former Hazel Adkins of Starke The ,airman Is remainingat Greater Allen Chapel AME Morning Worship at 11. Eve-

S.S check. Training, 6:15: ; Evening Wor- now of Boca Raton;one daugh- the Air Training Command Church, Rev. B. C. Williams ning Service, 7 p.m.
The recent bill passed and ship, 7:30: ; sermon: "The ter, Mrs. Jane Elizabeth Mc- ::>:i:::::;'"':::::;:;::;;:::>:::::::;;'::::::::::::-"::::::: ::::::: base for specialized trainingIn pastor. Sunday School, 10a.m.
slfeci: by the President again the security police field. at 11. Choir
Completed Puzzle. Bride, Greenville, one son, Morning ,Worship
reluctantly, for a 5.6/a Increase James F. Guy, Jr., Winter CARD OF THANKS Airman Giddens attended Union, 3 p.m. Evening Wor- C VEAIKXJitWN'illLlUIE

in benefits to be paida Monday---Youth Choir Practice Park; three brothers,the Rev. Bradford High School, Starke. ship, 5:30. ;
year from now is prepos- 7 p.m.WednesdayFamily. Henry Guy, Jacksonville;Em- fcV;: : :::::::::%:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. Miss Deborah Jean Walker, \ eh eh

terous, if not ridiculous.The ory H. Guy Philadelphia Pa., daughter of Rev. and Mrs. its Greater Bethlehem Freewill
cost oflivlng for the Night and John A" Guy, Greenville, William Walker, was recently .1
Baptist Church
CARD OF THANKSWe Rev. Jasper
Into the U, S.
first 6 months of this year Supper, 6 p.m.; Prayer Meet- N.C.; one sister, Mrs.Wallace sworn Army. Williams pastor. Senior Choir

20"has:. risen above 12%. The ing, 6:30; Teachers and Officers Jopling, Lake City; and one would like to extendour going Pvt. eight Walker weeks is now of under-Army meets Tuesday night. Prayer
increase
granted has long
Meeting 7:15 Church grandchild.
: ; most sincere appreciation orientation which consists of Meeting, 7:30: Wednesday.
been eroded.
Choir Practice, 8'p.m.ThursdayRecorder. to our many friends for
Funeral services were held classes in first aid, Army '
their kind words and deeds customs and courtesies, lea- w Jt
If wait at 2 in the John-
we have to for a Group p.m. Friday
through our bereavement.The 4
year from now, we will needa 10 a.m.; Ladies Bell Choir son-Hayes Chapel, Gaines- family of Mrs. Ernestine dership, and supply economy. TIRED OFWORKING
After of
training
50s Increase toatleastkeepup Practice, 12 noon; Boys Hand ville with Rev. Alfred Vaught Heath. completion
In Alabama Pvt. Walker will
with the daily Inflation bell Group, 1:30: ; Visitation, conducting the service. Interment ,
transfer to Fort Sam Houston -
blitz. 7 was In Crosby Lake
p.m.Friday FOR
CARD OF THANKS Texas for In
a course
What happened to the automatic Cemetary with Masonic ritesat
increases in Social Security ---Guitar Group 1:30 the graveside. I the medical field
Mrs. Patten and want to Miss Walkergraduatedfrom
benefits, passed by law, p.m. thank dear friends SOMEONE ELSE
our many Bradford High School in 1972
and enacted if the cost of ,
living rose above 3%? -Ben P. Bryant ,, ..L.EdwanlsWalter who have been so kind to us and plans to attend college
during my recent surgery and using the G. I. Bill after her
What happened to, the beautiful Pastor
The beautiful
convalescence. service In the Army.
House phrases from the White Laurie Edwards, 72, flowers, prayers, thoughtful Sgt. Wayne Glenn, Army Recruiter -
Conference?", "Dignity of Jacksonville, died Thursday notes and cards were greatly whose office is located -
instead of MADISON STREET
dispair July 5, in Massillon, appreciated and I am still at the old armory, said
It seems as though we, BAPTIST CHURCH Ohio where he
was visitinghis enjoying them. the Army guarantees train-
senior citizens, are also on
daughter, Mrs. Fredrika and He
ing assignment. also
the President's "Enemy Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; Cornell.Mr. It is my sincere hope that states that the Army needs SUNOCOSTART
List. Morning Worship at 11;Church Edwards was born and within the next two or three women In nearly twenty
Because of the cutbacksin Training, 6:15, WMU Prayer Navy Seaman Recruit EricS.
reared in Lawtey, but had weeks I will have regainedmy different fields and that he
the national budget Nixonis Circle, 7:15: ; Evening Service, lived In Jacksonville since strength enough to be will be In Starke every Tues Tomlinson of Route 1,
loading another heavy bur- 7:30.: 1925. lie was a member of allowed to start having vis- day. Brooker, recently graduatedas
den on the already bent backs Honorman from recruit
the Riverside Park Methodist itors and thanking
; everyone
of the elderly and the poor. J.\fonday--Youth Choir, 7 p.m. Church, the Masonic order, personally for their concern training at the Great Lakes, .

Routine physical examina- and a veteran of World War I. and kindness Ill. Naval Training Center.
tions, out of hospital pre Tuesday--Bible Study, 10 a.m. Mr. Edwards was past president A graduate of Union County YOUR OWN

scription drugs, routine eye of the Florida Credit -Judge George L. Patten High School In Lake Butler.
exams, for eye glasses, immunizations Wednesday-- Family Night Union Association, and a director Seaman Tomlinson will be
hearing aids, Supper, 6:30 p.m.; Prayer of the National Credit %::::%::::::::::::&:::*::::*::.:,:<:*:x:::*::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: stationed at Great Lakes, Ill. BUSINESS WITH A

dentures, routine dental care, Meeting, Mission Friends, Association.
custodial nursing home care, Preteen Bible Study, 7:30: ; Surviving are his wife Hilda brothers Heimes, ,of Albert Lake Geneva of Wisconsin ; two- ::::::-WW::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: SUNOCO FRANCHISEFor

and orthopedic shoes are nor- Adult Choir Deacon's Meet- S. Edwards, of Jacksonville, and George Heimes, of
mal medical expenses of the ings, 8:30.ThursdayStory: the former Hilda Struth of Des Planes, Ai. .... Navyman Talmadge L. Pres-
elderly, but they are NOT Starke; one daughter, Mrs. sley, son of Mrs. Edna Pres- Information Call :
COVERED BY MEDICARE. Hour (grade Fredrika Cornell, of Masfflllon Funeral services were heldat ) r sley of Route 1, Starke, recently -

\\'e are paying. more out of 1-6), 9 a.m. Ohio; and one brother, 10:30: a.m. Thursday in \," J graduated from recruit Mike Capezzera ((904)) 353-0941
pocket costs for medical care Edward E. Edwards, Jacksonville Trinity Episcopal Church at training at the Great Lakes,
than we did in 1966. On the Denton Sumrall Pastor and three grand- John Scott Ill. Navy Training Center. He
; Melrose, with Rev. Evening : ((904)) 378-0108
average we are paying $404in children. conducting. Interment was Is a 1973 graduate of Brad-

1972, or $95 more than in WOODSY OWL HOOTS: Funeral services were held in Melrose Cemetery under ; ford High School.

1066! before Medicare became at 11 a.m.Monday in the River- direction of DeWitt C. Jones
effective. Nixon Is asking the n ---------------
side Park Methodist Church Funeral Home of Keystone -
elderly to assume, in the next with Rev. Ed Russell offi Heights.
houses
fiscal year, the burden of an paints elating Interment was in
Ulan
extra 500 million dollars and ( Should Crosby Lake Cemetery.The .
later an additional billion dollars \ only\ na\Ur; family requested that J.It BoringFuneral WttWfeteherSave
Airman Todd T. Brannon,
in Medicare Hospital {oreSLs
paint flowers be omitted and memorials -
of Thomas Brannon
son F.
costs. Instead of today's $72 services for John ,
be made to the child
Jr. of Rt. 1
deductible from the cost of the Keystone Heights,
(J.R.)
care center of Riverside Park Rutledge Boring were has been to Chanute
assigned
first day in hospital the elderly 6 in
Methodist Church. held Friday, July St. AFB, In Illinois after
com-
patient would have to
pay Paul's Episcopal Church at
the full cost of the first .- pleting Air Force basic train-
day Neptune Beach, where he re-
which In many parts of coun- 0 '" .G. Ileinies sided. He died Sunday, July ing.During
his six weeks at the
try is more than the $84.50 I.
Air Training Command's Lack Hint 1O.
minimum Social Security pay William G. Heimes, 60 of AFB
land Texas, he studied
ments. Instead of the cost- Lake Geneva, died Tuesday Mr. Boring was well known the Air Force mission
organization -
free 60 days at present the July 3, in a Starke hospital after here, having been married tn and customs and
patient will have to pay 10ofthe : an illness of several days. the late Elizabeth Andrews of
received special Instruction In
iost no matter how long Born in Chicago, 111.on March Starke. Before his retirementhe
the spell of illness. If an 9, 1913, he was a retired truck was an auditor with the human relations. cc '2Wit'
e.:., I it rl> person had to stay in driver and a member of the State Beverage Department.
'10 (pit:u for 60 days, the cost Episcopal Church. The airman has been assigned -
to the Technical TrainIng -
would from the
jump present Surviving are two sons, Dr.
:'5VJ:! to almost $500 in many GIVE A HOOT! DON'T POLLUTE Surviving is his wife,Evelyn John R. Boring m of Atlanta Center at Chanute for spe-
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training
nartof: the Nation. The deductible Ga: and Dr. Michael Boring, maintenance field. ( )
Plan B Medicare (7T)
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under :NLxon's: Plan would PEOPLE COME Airman Brannon attended
FROM ALL
daughters, Mrs. Gay Gilbert '
Keystone Heights High School. 1\
increase from $60 doctor feesat
Rico Diana
of Puerto Mrs.
present to the first$85,rand OVER THE STATE Mayer, of Tampa; ; and Miss His mother, Mrs. Chloe K.
Brannon, resides in Keystone /?
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'#"'H" Notices
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H"U."N."UIII LAWTEYBy --------------

CHURCH SCHEDULESAND Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. followed -

NOTICEL. deceased, which petition was title or Interest in ACTIVITIES by Choir Practice. her mother, Mrs. Kite, of with Mr. and Mrs. Robert

G. Powell Est. and L. H. spread upon the minutes of a to be affected by the Issuanceby property Faith Baptist Church- Elisabeth Terry Arizona, Mr. and Mrs. John- Mr.Massey and of Mrs.Montgomery Dave Hogue Ala.
Outlaw have made Application meeting of SCHOOL ACTIVITIESJim ny Jenkins and Robert Mrs.
said Board of Coun- the City of Starke Florida dio Program over WPXE
,
to the Bradford County Zoning ty Commissioners held on July of the Utility Revenue Bonds, Starke, 8 tun. on Sundays. Duncan, the new prin- Jennie Lou Green and sons, and and family of Falrmount Richard, Ga.,
and
Mr. Mrs.
Board for reclasslflcation of ,,2, 1973, Bible cipal has that Law- the of all of Jacksonville and Mr.
requesting that said Series 1973, hereinafter more School, 10 a.m. Wor- wedding her niece. Miss Chesser and family of San-
the properly described below Board close and abandon those particularly described or to ship Service, 11 am. and 7:30: toy Elementary School will Linda Tresca,of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Billy Anders and ford, While there they visit

from Rl-CtoMS.- portions of unused platted be affected in any way there- p.m. Bible School on Bible have recreational games and and William W, Hollls, of sons were dinner guests of

Blks 1, 2 & lots I, 2, 3 streets hereinafter described, by, are hereby required to Doctrine, Tuesday 8 p.m. atpastor's sports every day Monday Greenville, S, C. on Saturday their parents,Mr and Mrs.O. ed Disney World at Orlando.
and
Mrs. Maxie Reddish Mr.
and 4 BIh 11 Lincoln and through Friday. The activities J, Anders on the 4th.
City & renounce and disclaimany appear before the Circuit home. Wednesday July 30, at Peeler Unit-
and Les McClellan
Com at SW Cor of NE 1/4 right of Bradford County Court Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.m. will run from 1:30 to 5 p.m. ed Methodist Church, Jacksonville Mrs. Buster Bennett and Mrs. spent
of-SE 1/4 & Run N 400', Sly Florida, and the public of Bradford County Bible Study. All ages are Invited to par- Nancy, Mrs. Ilattie Parley, last Sunday afternoon with his

648', S 190' to S line of said in and to the land lying with- Florida In the Eighth Judi- ticipate. Mike Reddish is the Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs Mrs. Johnny Bennett and mother, Mrs. W. Ii. Hall, In

40, W to Beg Also S 3-A of in said portions of unused cial Circuit of said Stateat Grace United Methodist adult supervisor. spent Sunday afternoon with Darlene went to Daytona Tues- Jacksonville
the Court House In STARKE Mrs. Leila Pevey of Ocoee
E 1/2 of NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 platted streets; said portionsof Church Sunday School 9:45: their brother, O. D, Dobbsof day and were overnlghtguests
& Florida, on the 18th day PERSONALS of Mrs. Elsie Bennett and was a Tuesday overnight guest
That port of E 666' of unused platted being Lake Butler.
streets a.m. Worship Services,II a.m.
Of July, 1973 at 10:00 O'clocka.m. of her brother-in-law and sister -
NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 lying S described as follows: and 8 p.m. MYF Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Nor- Mrs. Elsie Norman, Mrs. Mrs. George Lastinger.
of E. W. Portions ., and show cause why man and family Mrs. J. W. Thomas returned Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pre-
Hayes S/D Ex S of Washington 6:30 p.m., followed by Choir spent their Darlene Norman and sons,
159' & Ex Ry R/W & that Street, between Block 2 and the prayers of the complaint Practice. vacation on Bedford Lake! near Mr. and Mrs. Carl Normanand home last Sunday from vatt.Mrs.

port, of Washington St N of Block 11, and between Block filed In the above-entitled Keystone! Heights. Their mother sons, and Joseph and No- Alachua General Hospital after Edith Swinney spent the
Blk 11 & All of Lake 1 and Block 11 proceeding should not be Mrs. Elnora Privett major surgery. 4th with her son-in-law and
St. and between Highland! Baptist Church- and ra Starling celebrated the
granted and the Revenue Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
& That port of RR Ave lying the southern terminal of Lake Utility Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Wor- their brother-in-law and sis- 4th with a cookout and swim- Mr. and Mrs. Guy Frigo daughter,

E of Blk I & E of lots Street and Block 11. together therein Bonds, Series 1973 ship Services, 11 mm. and ter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith ming at Camp Blanding. Mr; andf family of Jacksonville, North and family In Jacksonville -

1 & 4 of BIk 11 & E of Ints. with all of Lake Street and described and the 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting and family of West Salem and Mrs.Vernon Starling Joined were guests of Mr. and Mrs. .

of Washington & RR AVE. Railroad Avenue that lies east proceedings heretofore had Ohio, were their guests while them during the afternoon.Mr. Harold Eunice last Sunday af- Mrs. Les McClellan wentto

This change In classification of Block I, east of the east- authorizing the issuance ....... ....,. .### # there. and Mrs. Robert Lee, ternoon. visit Mr. and Mr,. Max-
thereof validated and confirmed Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. II, C, Harley spent ie Reddish and family Thurs-
is subject to a public ern terminal of Washington name and address Is Hon. Carl Folson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whet-
said Utility Revenue day night to help her grandson -
hearing to be held on Tuesday Street, and east of Lots 1 George H. Pierce, 203 Tem- of Lakeland were dinner eel, Steve and Robin of Den- two weeks here with her son.

July 31 at 7:30 PMln the County and 4 of Block 11, lying and Bonds, Series 1973, being ple Avenue, Starke, Florida guests of their cousins,Mr. ver, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. David Randy. His father Joined themon Randall"celebrate his 9th
dated 1 blrthdav.
1973
July
Commission room at the being in Section :32, Township Interest bearing and file the original with the and Mrs. Les McClellan on Peterson Brenda and Robert Tuesday and stayed over Mrs. C. K. Cowan and Bryan
at rate
6 South a or rates Thursday of last until Sunday, at which time
Bradford County Court Houseat Range 22 East, Lincoln clerk of the above styled courton week. of J Jacksonville Mrs. spent Saturday with her
not exceeding the maximum
which time all persons City Subdivision, as per or before July 23, 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hodg they returned to their homein
; Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
legal rate at the time of parents,
Interested shall be heard for plat thereof recorded In Deed otherwise a judgement may es of Macclenny, wero din- Bettie Tresca and Nancy, of Bushnell.Other guests wereA
the sale thereof, aggregatingthe ner Keystone Heights and Mr. Q. Smith and Suzanne Smith Robertson.Mr. .
Book ,
I guests of
or against the proposal, as Page 177, public records be entered against for their nephew Paul Locke
you Mrs.
and
principal amount of $1, and niece and Mrs. William Hollls of of Bushnell and Marie Ches-
specified In the Zoning Codeof of Bradford County, the relief demanded in the Mr. and Mrs. ,
Bradford County. Florida. 800,000, being In the denomi- Morris Kelley and family Greenville, S. C. celebrated ser of Sanford, from Thurs- have returend from a vaca-
John Torode Chairman All interested nation of $5,000 each and complaint or petition. on Sunday. the 4th of July with their day to Monday of last week. tion spent with their uncle:
parties WITNESS
may hand and the
maturing In annual install- my Mr and parents and and Mrs. Daniel Mas- and aunt, Hugh and Doris Taylor -
Bradford County Zoning appear and be heard at the seal of said Court on June Mrs. Ernest Hewitt grandparents,Mr. Mr.
their Mr.
Board. time and place above speci- ments In the years 1975 13 1973. of Tallahassee are and Mrs. Gordon Peterson sey and son of Naples were and parents
and Mrs. Albert Locke and
7/12 2t 719NOTICE to 2002, both Inclusive a spending their vacation with on Lake Brooklyn.Mr. Tuesday overnight guests of
fied.Dated GILBERT S BROWNAs and Mrs. Frank Taylor
their and Mrs. Lester Dobbsof their father Rev. A. E. Massey Mr.
this second day of more complete descriptionof Clerk of said Court parents, Mr. and Mrs. : all of Lexington Ind.
July A. D., 1973. which said Utility Revenue Arlie Dobbs: Gainesville spent Sunday and other relatives. Maxie Red-
By: Beulah M. Mr. and Mrs.
TO BIDDERS BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Bonds, Series 1973, is con- MoodyAs Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne morning with their brotherand Mr. and Mrs. C. Perry, Ralford
Clerk dish and of
Deputy family
and family Mrs. sister-in-law, Mr. and of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. ,
Notice Is hereby given for OF BRADFORD tained In the complaint here- (Court Seal) Carolyn visited Six Flags over Geor-
Holmes Mrs. Arlie
Dobbs. Fred Moore dinner
COUNTY and were
family of
sealed bids to FLORIDA. Starke
be submittedto
in.Done 6/28 4t 7/19 gia in Atlanta while on their
the School Board of Brad- By: IsGilbert S, Brown and orderedat .. Mrs. Nannette Hughes and family Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Mrs. guests of their son and daugh- vacation.

ford County, Florida PostOf- Clerk of Said Board STARKE, Florida, this of Green Cove Springs, Daisy Boch and Lynn were ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.Mic- J.
Mr. and Mrs. Hygemla
fice Box 939, Starke, Florida 7/12 2t 7/19 13th day of June 1973. NOTICETo and Mrs. Jim Newsom were 4th of July guests of Mrs. key Moore, on July 4. Mr. of Jacksonville Satur-
32091 until 5:00 (Official Seal) Elzle Sanders Tests of ber son-in-law and Wilkinson's sons-in-law and and Mrs. Tom Casey of Starke spent
: the
p.m. on daughter, Mr. ,..... daughters Mr. and day with their cousins, Mr.
anu Mrs. who had Just returned from
of 27 Judge of the Circuit Courtof whom It :
day July 1973 for the may concern M. and Mrs. S. L. Swindell and
furnishing of all materials the Eight Judicial Cir- I will not be responsible for Mobley, at Manatee Springs Manes Griffis and family, and their vacation stopped by for
In The Circuit Court Eighth on Saturday. The occasion Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Grlffls short visit. sons.
machinery, labor, and equipment cuit of Florida, In and bills made by anyone other wasa a

Gene and
Mrs. Taylor girls
Judicial Circuit In surprise birthday and family of Palatka.Mr. Mas-
for construction of: and For for Bradford County than myself --(signed) L.L. party for Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
for
attended
Mrs. a birthday party
Bradford Mobley.. and Mrs. James Anders
County, Florida. 6/21 4t 7/12 sey and girls returned froma
Roofing and Sheet Metal Bedenbaugh. 2tp 7/12
Case No. Mrs. Robert Lee attended and family of Palatka her nephew, Carroll Padgett,
; two weeks vacation
Bradford High School Gymna- In Petition spent at Mlddleburg last Saturday.
re: for Adopt-
siumat ion for BOBBY LANE Mc- In The Circuit Court Eighth:
which time Bids will be LEOD Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn

publicly opened and read NOTICETO and For Bradford County

aloud. Any Bid received after rrviL ACTION EveryDayLowPricel fEveryPayLowPrkc FOOD
STEVE BUNCHE
: address ]
the time and date specified unknown. Case No. 73-138
herein will not be I
con-
You are notified: that the' In re: The Marriage of

sidered. above named petitioner CLAUDE B, HARDEE. hus-
Specifications and Contract CENTER CUTSIRLOIN Pantry
&
band
MARGARET R. HAR-
BOBBY LANE
McLEOD has
,
Documents be examinedIn .7 REGULAR GRIND
may DEE, wife. FAIR
filed a Petition in the above-
the office of the Owner, styled Court for the adopt- NOTICE OF SUIT- Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK
the School Board of Bradford
NO PROPERTY
ion of the minor child namedIn 9
County, Florida; and at the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
office of Don: R. Morgan, Architect that Petition and you are FIED that an action for dis- SUPERMARKETS
P. A., Post Office commanded to serve a copy STEAKS I COFFEE
solution of marriage has been
of written If STARKE'S
your defenses
.
Box 987, Green Cove Springs, filed against MARGARETR.
Florida 32043.Specifications. any, on Dudley P, Hardy J'e-: you 320 S. WALNUT ST.
titioner's attorney whose address HARDEE and you are required -

may be ob- Is P. O. Drawer 730, to serve a copy of FOOD PAIN. '. 10rams 00001 ear.
tained as follows: written defenses If *WIIK tONUB IUV GOOD THHUWID
A. Starke, Florida, 32091, on or your any $159 LB JULY 18 ItTJ QUANTITY
Contractors: Upon receipt before August 1, 1973, and to it, on the plaintiffs at- 75c uaxn luurID
of $10.00, two sets of '
specifications for this Pro- file the original with the Clerkof torney, whose name and address mii I BAG w'II'p/tastdl/ It Kcect
is DUDLEY P. HAR-
this Court either before Ui.D.L FOOD STAMPCOUPONS
ject will be forwarded col service on Petitioner's attor- DY, Esq., Attorney at Law, LILILLIP

lect. If Specifications are returned ney or immediately thereafter P. 0, Drawer 730, Starke,
In good condition with- Florida, 32091 and file the '
otherwise Default CENTER CUT
in ten days after receipt of ; a may BONELESS 1
be entered against you for the original with the clerk of the CUT f -

Bids, the bull deposit will relief demanded in the Pe- above styled court on or before CHUCKROAST WN9M ] CHUCK( f! :'

be B.refunded.Subcontractors, Vendors, tition. July 31, 1973: otherwisea ROUND I i 1 tat wetn/ .I

WITNESS my hand and the Judgement may be entered
etc.: Upon receipt of $10.00
one set of Specifications will seal of the Court at Starke against you for the relief demanded i i STEAKS
Florida this 14th of June In
be forwarded are, collect.returned If Specifications In- 1973. day petition. the complaint or STEAKS ;

good condition within ten days Clerk of Circuit Court WITNESS my hand and the _

after receipt of Bids $5.00 By Donna M.Branson seal of said Court1 on June w !

will be refunded. 6/21 4t 7/12 Deputy Clerk 14, 1973. LBI 491! 79 el!ItiiW.g: : e

NOTE: All requests for Gilbert S. Brown (
IEiD nifi'in i CIII !
Specifications shall be made As Clerk of Said Court by, ):]! S LB LBEvcryDayLowPrkc

through the office of the Ar- In The Circuit Court Eighth By Donna M. BransonAs _

chitect. Judicial Circuit of Florida, Deputy Clerk 1:11'1'1 Uu
Each Bid submitted shall be In and For Bradford County (Court Seal) EvcryDayLowPrkcBONILISS EvcryDayLowPrke EvcryDayLowPrkc

accompanied by a cashier's 6/21 Lou I'riceGRILL .
CIVIL ACTION 4t 7/12 CHUCK PCf LCD AND OXVIINED
check or bid bond In the a- Case No. 73163In SLICED
mount of Five Percent (5)of POTROAST L t... COOKEDSHRIMP
EARL )
re: The Marriage of In The Circuit Court Eighth
the Bid, payable to the School
WALKER, JR., Husband and Judicial Circuit In And For BOLOGNA
Board of Bradford County, FRANK I Ii1tj
Florida. Surety company shall BRIGITTE K, WALKER, Wife Bradford County FloridaIn :

licensed businessin NOTICE OF SUIT- Probate File No. 73-157 o 2lli
be to do
;:;
NO PROPERTYTo $1 .79
the state of Florida and K WALKER IN RE: Estate Of ALICEM. _
: BRIGITTE -
DWYER deceased. I'ack
shall be listed by the United
6369 Schoveck 1 1. Bleichstr. NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo

States Surety Treasury Company Department.shall also, 3, West Germany.YOU All Creditors And Persons McCormick DINNER HELPERS 1 TREND SEVEN
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED SALAD
comply with all requirementsof Having Claims Or Demands i SEAS
the General Conditions and that an action for dissolution Against Said Estate:
of marriage has been You and each of SKILLETMAGIC
Supplementary General Conditions you
filed against you BRIGITTEK ; LIQUID { DRESSINGS
Article II, of these are hereby notified and required -
WALKER and you are required to present claims
any 1 I VIVA ITALIAN CREAMY FRENCH,
Specifications.Mr. to serve a copy of flMN
and demands which you, or
Jim Temple
I CREAMY ITALIAN & CREAMY RUSSIAN
written defenses if
Superintendent your any either of you, may have DETERGENT '
to it, on the plaintiffs attor- against the estate of Alice
7/12 3t 7/26 JrwrMMllllHICllI I :::
ney, whose name and addressis M. Dwyer, deceased late I /

DUDLEY P. HARDY, Es- of said County, to the Pre- I I $4/l

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO quire, Attorney at Law, P.O. siding Circuit Judge of Brad- ASS'T'SIZES3/$1 I 4lEvcryDayLowPrkc 1

REGISTER FICTITIOUS Drawer 730, Starke. Florida ford County, Florida, at his : 22oz !
NAME 32091 and file the original office in the court houseof

Notice Is hereby given that with the clerk of the above said County at Starke, _
styled court on or before July Florida, within six calendar
Robert J.
the undersigned, EvcryDayLowPrkcSWIIT BonusBuyIAIGI BonusBuy EvcryDayLowPrkcCALO
31 1973 otherwise a judge-
,
Mead and Anzle B, Mead, ; months from the time of

Rt. I Box 406 X, Melrose, ment may be entered againstyou the first publication of this MlUOWGolden ISH IARGI IUK r CALIFORNIA
for the relief demandedin
Intends to notice. Two copies of each Rip* California
Fla. 32666 engagein CALIFORNIALEMONS
the complaint or petition. CANTALOUPES fclACHKMJU
claim or demand shall be
business under the fictitious -
name, Santa Fe Mea- WITNESS my hand and the in writing and shall state BANANAS PLUMS Cat Food
seal of said Court on June
the place of residence and & / CANS
dows, Rt. 1 Box 406 X, Mel-
14, 1973. post office address of the'
and that
Fla. 32666
rose, ,
Gilbert S. BrownAs 329fmiruT
they will register said name claimant, and shall be swornto
Clerk of said Court
with the Clerk of the Circuit by the claimant, his agentor
Donna M. BransonAs
By
: attorney and accompanied

rida.Court Robert Bradford J, Mead County and, Flo-An- (Court Seal) Deputy Clerk .by a filing fee of one dollar ] PU N C H 100% PURE FLORIDA
Dated and such claim: or demandnot i
zle B. Mead owners. 6/21 uir P1111
4t 7/12
this 7th day of July 1973. so filed shall be void. Instant ORANGE

7/12 4tp 82NOTICE Edmund W. Dwyer Jr. I LAUNDRY ;
Administrator of the Estate
-
I In The Circuit Court Of The

OF HEARING[ : Eighth Judicial Circuit Of deceased.of Alice M. Dwyer, NEST EA DETERGENT ( ZsTUUICE

On Petition For Closing and ford Florida( County.In And For Brad- Myron C. Prevatt, Attorneyat 1 ORHMCE{ JUICE )/ "

Abandonment of Portions of Law, P.O. Box 666 Key- v
Unused Platted Streets In Lin- CITY OF STARKE. FLO- Re i..1 Pack I
stone Heights, Florida 32- FROZEN
coln City Subdivision as Per RIDA, Plaintiff, vs. THE 656 Attorney for the Estate C | 84 oz frlArAAIIMA
99 611EvcryDayLowPrkc
STATE OF FLORIDA 60z
Plat Thereof Recorded In Deed et 6214t 712In 99 // CI

Book I, Page 177, in Section al.. Defendants. Sox Jar I BOX I CAN :

t 32, Township 6 South, Range Order To Show CauseTo

22 East, Bradford County, The State Of Florida The Circuit Court, Eighth
Florida. And The Several Property Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn
EvcryDayLowPrkcFONDA EvcryDayLowPrkc EvcryDayLowPrkc BonusBuyI
TO: WHOM IT MAY CON- Owners, Taxpayers] Citizens and For Bradford County, ,
CERN And Others Having Or Claim CIVIL ACTION TETUEY CHARCOAL ooo SPLIT
: I
You will take notice that ing Any Right Title Or Interest Case No.J. I ICED TEA PAPER HARDWOOD

in accordance with the pro- In Property To BeAtt'ected T. BASS Plaintiff -vs- CHARCOALBRIQUETTES LIGHTER ENGLISHMUFFINS

visions of Section 336,09 By The IssuanceBy ETHEL E. BASS Defendant. PLATES FLUID

through 336.12, Florida Sta- The City Of Starke Flo- NOTICE OF SUIT. WHITI .
tutes, a public hearing will rida, (Of $1,800,000 Utility NO PROPERTYTo ISO

be held by the Board of Revenue Bonds, Series 1973 : Ethel E. Bass 2143 COUNT

County Commissioners of Hereinafter More Particu- Dorchester Road Apt. A, _

Bradford County Florida, in lary Described Or To Be Charleston Heights South Ca.

the County Commissioners Thereby: rolina.

Courtroom of the Bradford The State Of Florida, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED CvcryDaylowPrkc (veryDjyLowPrkcIVKES IvcryDayLowPrke IvcryOiylowPrkc tv
County Courthouse in Starke, through the State Attorney that an action for Divorce P.eb. F.U. PET RITZ FrSKtl LIBBY'S Pantry Pride. .N

Florida, on Monday August of the Eighth Judicial Circuit has been filed againstyou POTATO BEANS & HUNT'S CREAMPIES DRINKS BABY KODAK

6 1973 at 10:00 o'clock A.M of said State and VIe and KETCHUP
: you are required to FILM
CHIPS FRANKS .. :::' ;':'::: : OIL
on the petition of George H. several property owners,taxpayers serve a copy of your written woe u. :t: : :

Pierce, as attorney for the citizens and others defenses If any to It, on % 38 IS., 3/$1 ;ii? 48' ,... 4/$1 ,9/99< lee' 67 ... 99
Estate of Luther G. Powell, having or claiming any right, the plaintiff's attorney, whose : Ceaa Pea 1:: an. QuMt



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Dinky Kilby Hits Pitches .

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Golf Championship Police Team 5-4 Over RPOE



the top of the first Inningon runs in the top of the fourth
Dinky Kilby crashed a struck out 3, and walked 11. S. DISCOUNT 11 a double by Bill Lundy, inning on a win of 108. Win-
grand-slam home run and Ron Conway was the los- BPOE 10Richard a single by Pat Mundorff and ning runs were on three sin-
Finals Are SlatedHeavier pitched a three-hitter to lead ing pitcher for BPOE. lie Smith broke the tie four walks. S. Discount tooka gles and a wall(.
the Police team to a 5-4 allowed Police 13 hits but for Southern Discount witha 7-4 lead In the bottom Police finished by scoring
win over BPOE In Bantam Issued 17 walks and struck win of 10-11, Friday night. of the first one two singles, four runs In the bottom of
than when he play- backside for a one-under-par as In semi-final rounds. League Baseball play July 2. four BPOE opened a 4-0 lead in two walks and three errors. the fourth on a hit batter,

ed football at the University of 71. The fourth night 13-14 han- BPOE opened a 1-0 lead In BPOE scored one run In two doubles, and two walks,
Florida but still a sharp golf dicap, will have Grover How- the second inning when Bruce Blaloc'k's I Downs the top of the second Inning left Coke with a win of 10-
er Harold Seymour is expected Both Adams and Terwllle ard playing Col. Harry Hat Wolford hit a single and stole << with one walk, and a double 9.
to meet three-time club gar are three time champ- cher for the championship. all bases to score. by Bruce Wolford In the top Greg Watkins was the win-
champion Bill Adams this Ions of the club tournament. IIO'N ard defeated Merrill Police scored five runs In of the third BPOE gained another ning pitcher for Coke. lie
weekend to decide the championship Seymour fired a sizzling Struth and Hatcher beat J. D. the top of the third to takea League Leading i run with three walks, gave up six hits to Police,
of the 13th annual two-under-par 70 on June 27 Seymour In semifinal rounds.In 5-1 lead on one walk and while Perry Cavanaugh stole struck out 13, andw walked
Starke Golf and Country Club to edge Tom' Anderson by the fifth night 15-15 han- the grand-slam by Kllby. all bases, In the top of the 6. Randy Edmondson was the
Golf Tournament. two strokes "in his 'seml- dicap, Larry Fender won over B POE scored two runs In fourth BPOE scored two more (See Page 11))
All matches were scheduledto fldal round. Seymour had a Doug Schlosser Tuesday to the top of the fourth to closeit Norman's Farm runs by a double hit by Mun-
be finished by Saturday,but 35-35 while Anderson had gain the.. finals. Fender will to 5-3 on two walks anda dorff and an error to short
Adams is playing in the U.S. an eagle! on number 12, a be the winner of the S. G. single by Pat Mundorff. fielder leaving S.Discount behind LAFAYETTERudio
Amateur Public Links Champ- par-5 515 yarder, to go even Denmark Brian Hamilton BPOE scored one run in the Getting 11 hits, including a ning pitcher for Blalock's.She 8-7.
ionship in Flander !New; Jer- par with nines of 3735. match which was rained out top of the fifth on a walk home run by Diane Jordan with gave up 10 hits to Nor- S. Discount. scored three
sey this week. Play began Starke's Harold Blsh)Bis- earlier.In and a double by Bill Lundybut ducks on the pond, Blalocks man's. Judy Broughton was runs In the bottom of the
Wednesday morning; no results hop Is the club's defending the sixth night, 17-18 lost 54. downed league leading Nor the losing pitcher; she allowed fourth on a single by Smith Elednnlics
were available at press champion but Is ineligible to stroke handicaps, George Mil- Kllby was the winning pit- man's Farm 8-4 in Women's 12 hits and walked one. and two walks, gaining a 10- -------------

time. compete this ear since he ler and Jack Eaves will play cher for Police. He gave up Slow Pitch Softball, July 2. lead. :370 lSrt H berry n...
Adams had a one-under-par has turned pro. Bishop is for the championship.In three hits to BPOE, struck out Blalock's opened a 3-0 lead BLALOCK 20MITCHELL BPOE scored two runs In
143 to tie Leo Had en of Jack- presently an assistant pro at the seventh night, 19- 17, and walked 7. Wolfordwas in the bottom of the first 0 the top of the fifth on two nines; jilt',. Fla.
sonville on June 29 for top a Jacksonville golf club. 22 handicap, Lamar Shaw and the losing pitcher for Inning on a triple by Sherjl Blalock trounced Mitchell's walks that stole all bases to I'h373-6796:
honors In the !North; Florida In the. championship conso- Tom Henry will play for the BPOE. He allowed Police 10 Jackson and two singles. In 20-0 In a game halted by the home tieing the score 1010. ----_--------
Pub Links Qualifying Tourna- lation flight for first round championship.In hits but Issued four walks the bottom of the third Bla- score after three innings for S. Discount's Smith broke the
ment held Brentwood Cou- losers IT: the championship the eighth night, 23 and and struck out 10. lock's added two more runs Blalock's second win of the tie on a single and stole all Headquarters
ntry Club In Jacksonville.That fllgl: tirc: ::cly! ,Jones heat Terry 24 handicap, Don Andrews, to lead Norman's 5-0. week Monday night. bases to home.
won him the trip to the Caries: In the finals: 76-S2.\ Lake Butler, was beaten by POLICE 19 In the top of the fifth !N'or-; St
national tournament In !New; tones led most! of> tie! war Don Wainwright, Starke, for BPOE 12 man's scored one run on a Blalock's beat league lead- COKE 10POLICE For
Jersey. Seymour has been wlrh tdnes;: finding; l.imse'if the championship.In In a different game, July double hit by Linda Cubbedgeto ing Norman's Farm in the 9
vacationing out of the coun- five down: \v try but both are expected home ,luau: 30.The handicap, Ben Green, Starke, 12.Kilby the fifth Blalock's started Terri! Woods, Sheila For- League leading Police with CBA
this weekend. and Brian Erwin Lake But- again homered, three scoring a home run by Jor- s'th'enise; Kendall, and Karen 10-9, Friday night.
Adams advanced June 30 to championship flight was ler, will play for the cham- run blast contributed to Po- dan which put Jackson ahead Reddish each had two hits Coke opened scoring In the
the finals in the Starke club for those with a 0-5 handicap. pionship. lice's romper over BPOE. 8-1. In the top of the sixth for Mitchell's. first Inning on a single by ,
championship flight with three First flight handicap Is 5-8. Trophies will be presentedto Most of the scores were madeon Norman's score "three runs Mitchell Drugs 016. Greg Watkins, two walks and
birdies on the back nineto David Silcox will play Bob the first and second place walks for both teams. with two singles and one error SCHEDULEJuly 12, 7:30: two errors, which gave Cokea eessorus
edge Cljde: Terwlllegar by McRae for the first flight finishers in each night July Clay Gilhooly was the win- bringing Norman's 8- D.m.: Normanvs: Blalock; 3-0 lead. Police tied the
one stroke, 71-72. The U. of championship. Silcox won a 14 during the country club's ning pitcher for Police. lie 4. July 16, Mitchell vs Norman; game 3-3 In the bottom of '
Georgia student was two str- right to meet McRae after annual meeting and dinner. gave up three hits to BPOE, Sheila Forsyth was the win- July 19 Mitchell vs Blalock. the second with Kllby's home l
John Watson forfeited. Me-
okes behind Terwlllegar after
Rae beat Tim Hussell In his run.Coke
the first nine holes with a 38, A scored three runs In I.Ajtif;fi1't'il/
semi-final round with 38-
but rallied for a 33 on the a the top of the second to takea
Russell finished withan
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I 81 after shooting a 43 on :J N rr Roger Mitzel, two singles,
the front nine.In .
and two walks.
the second flight for 9-
FLORIDA Police scored two runs In Top Value
10 handlcapers, Jack llazen
will play Steve Denmark for aNIU / ), (( r the top of the third to a
the champlonshlp.llazen close 8-5 on a single by Down to earth
downed Dwight Elder In the F R1v F r" 14Mq Kilby and two walks.
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a single by Larry Mercer
L r"-; -.:-=. 'J Picture, r: leading first Baptist behind hot Norman Farms team tournament home run trophy,j Interest in the tournament was The sponsoring Norman
C3: ': went undefeated In five gamesto she hit three, and was nam- high with a good sized crowd Farms team hopes to make For Summer Lawns
42.Baldwin scored three runs win the first annual :Nor ed most valuable plajer. attending the championshipgame the tournament an annual
in the bottom of the third on man's Farm Invitational Wo Eleven area women's soft- Sunday afternoon. event.
men's Slow Pitch Softball ball teams competed In the Argentine
Tin..* a double by Eddie Douglas and Tournament.In tournament which began last ?,._______ .99
two errors, for a 7-2 lead. 1 Attend
winning Its own tourna- Thursday and ended Sunday EvergladesSet Hiiliiti Seed
In the bottom of the fifth,
nTIIfIIIIlI'II..IIltll'!/,... Baldwin scored three more ment, the Starke team, which afternoon at West Side Park. 30Ib"----() 349.50

.. runs with two singles and a dominates local women's soft- I FCA Camp:
fielder's choice by Powell, ball play, beat Lake City Smohry Says I Stage

Lanes 24-1, Little Mexicansof --------n Pensaeola H>. _______ ..57Clilorclanc
Ocala 22-1, Pinettes of Tommy Reddish, Mike Gas- For Battle
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kins Mike McRae and Steve
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:Macclenny 11-10, and John- Huh in Seed .5()
vl I son Hayes of Gainesville Register of Starke, attendeda Florida's Everglades may ;-o.. ,Ih.2,
6-3 and 3.1.JohnsonHayes. Fellowship of Christian Athletes not seem to be a likely spot
finished second conference June 6 at for wuging war on a destructive
301 DRIVE-IN with a 4-2 mark, both Blue Ridge Assembly N. C. cotton pest.
of But they recently served as
the losses coming at the hands The five-day program

Show Be ins At Sundown Norman!; Farms. Pinettes "inspiration and perspiration" FCA a latest testing attack ground on for the science's pesky 72 % TORO
is of 17 national -
Macclenny finished third with one pink bollworm. While this s4.37Malathion
a 5-2 mark, losing early then conferences scheduledthis pest Is cotton's No. 1 enemyin (01 ",
winning In the loser's bracket summer, involving 10,000 western states so far it has t.lit'g.3.
I IVi." II'' tiun.llnn.'I'ut'.... with the pressure,on all the high school, college and pro appeared east of the Mississippi
THE MMISCM CMraiUTMN athletes and coaches.In only in the wild cotton
A way.The first three teams received addition to "Huddle" plants that grow in the Everglades i
HILARIOUSNEW The discussion sessions,the ,
4 team trophies. group
BURT LANCASTER
In effort to eliminatethe
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ab place and it from in
ALAIN DELON I 1 SEX I Olympic competi- pest keep 50 %
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PAUL SCOFIELDi I TNATWILI. phies. tion, athletic demonstration, fields workers of the U.S. "4 L....
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HAVE YOUROILING Carolyn Redding, !Norman's; need jour help ror.b..fI'r coaches clinics, special Department of Agricultureand ., ltt'g.3.Tot'o.
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THE AISLES lies highlighted by messages Interior air-dropped millionsof
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1 ures. Reddish's huddle won the wild cotton. ,
:Mobile Homo Dogpatch Olympic com Now officials are hoping
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that Florida bollworms will
Siiltvs petition.The is "to breed themselves out of ex-
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and through them the youth Previous to the air-drop,
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e Air Pollution ly Ground Cover Plants Can Solve Engineering Technology I


Crop Damage Problem When Grass Won't GrowMost

W Grants Offered By SFJCGrants
dy lH every Florida home amaryllls and daylllles are
Is Studied has an area of ground where also popular.
in the amount of to apply" Taylor added.
+ grass won't grow well or Some of the exotic ground
t Agricultural chemicals are $300 per student are being Application forms be
.y I'TF where maintenance of turf is covers can be damaged or the
now being developed as potential killed low offered for the Electronics obtained by writing Office -
more trouble than it's worth. by temperaturesand
weapons against the Engineering Technology pro- of Financial Aid,St.Johns
Areas in dense shade steep thus are not permanentin
damage caused to crops by at St. Johns River Jun- River Junior
gram College
air pollution.And lopes, and spots where mow- central or north Florida.
scientists hope that In ing or edging is difficult area Check with your local nur- ior College. Palatka, Fla., 32077.
the near future chemicals can few examples. Groundcover serymen and county extension The grants will be divided Completed applicationsmust
be added to the soil when plants can solve many of agent for those ground cow into two equal payments of be received by July
crops are planted to protect the problems associated with ers most adaptable, for your $150 for two consecutive tri- 15, 1973 and notification of
Kant am and a walk leading 4-2. them from disease and air these areas. area. When used properly mesters beginning In August. awards will be made by August -

Southern Discount scored a pollution injury throughoutthe Ground covers mean differ- these plants can eliminate "Successful graduates of 1,1973."Is .

(From Pope 10)) run in the bottom of the thirdon Recent growing estimates season.place the ent things to different people. many maintenance problems this program have been em-

leading pitcher for Police a single by Jerry Blalock nation's agricultural losses Grass is certainly the most such as mowing and will provide ployed as engineering aides
electronics technicians and
he allowed Coke 12 hits, Issued along with two walks follow- due to air pollution at nearly widely used ground cover but Interesting textures and management trainees electronics 1kOld1
five walks and struck ing 43. BPOE wouldn't give one-half billion dollars a many ornamentals can and colors to your landscape especially me2NO
out four.S. up for they scored another year. Most of the damaging should be used as ground cov- in those trouble spots by such companies An'OINrMI NisIle
run in the top 6f the fourth pollutants come from trans- ers. Many add Interest to the where grasses do not grow as American Broadcasting ML,rllb y4NIMI, ;
portation, industry and elec- Co., Xerox, AT&T Phllco
DISCOUNT 9 leading 5-3 on a double by I landscape and require no well. vtiiYersonK
trical generating plants. 3M, Southern Bell Florida
Kary Padgett. mowing and little If main- par
BPOE 5 any
In Pennsylvania where Power Titanium
and
Light
Last placeS. Dlscountpulleda Southern Discount pulled six losses caused pol tenance. These plants cCtan
by
crop air Enterprises, and other companies -
more runs over BPOE lead- have unusual foliage and out- OUTDOOR
romper over BPOE Tues- lution are among the highestin \J}; said William
Taylor
day night at Pratt Street ball Ing with a' win of 9-5. on an the nation scientists are standing flowers and add muchto > in
Instructor the
field. error, and seven walks. now field testing new systemic the beauty of home grounds. > program.
BPOE opened scoring three Jerry Norman was the win- chemicals on ornamental Softball Some of the most adaptable TOPICSersoa1RIWSTER "Graduates of accredited a psychiatrist called a'shrink'
with
schools
runs In the first Inning on ning pitcher for Southern Dis- species like azaleas and ground covers are native Flo- high in mathematics appropriatescores and because that's what

two singles and a walk that count. lie gave up six hits petunias. rida plants artillery plant ,e.a.etomeoeaarwnPick he does to wallet?"
If these tests are success- From science courses are eligible your
(
struck Page 10)) Carolina
stole all bases. S. Discountran out 10, and walked 5. ful, they will be expanded toa yellow Jessamine A Pair
a close 2-3 In the bot- Perry Cavanaugh was the los- greater variety of crops. coontle or zamla, dichondra,
tom of the first Inning on ing pitcher for BPOE; he allowed Besides the chemical approach leaving First Baptist behind several ferns llppla, selagin- An old saying tells us that .
a two walks that all bases two hits, struck out 5 Penn State scientists 10-2. ella and wedelia.If oil and water don't mix and
were stolen. and walked 18. also are seeking to develop First Baptist scored three your home is in a location it's true. But water and can- DO YOU HAVE A
STANDINGSPolice 10-2 resistant plant varieties. In runs in the top of the sixthon where salt spray is a vas do make a compatiblepair
when thousands of out
BPOE scored one run In Coke 7-6, BPOE 6-7. S. Dis- this research, plants are exposed triples by Danny McKinney problem and grass difficult door-oriented families enjoy KILOWATT
i Count 210.SCHEDULE. to air pollution in and Mike McRae and a to grow include salt-tolerant
the top of the second on a fishing, boating and camping
: July 13, 6 p.m. specially designed chambers double by Eddie Hazen endIng ground covers In your land- at the same time.
double by Paul Carter and a BPOEvs 7:30 Coke under varying conditions of the with of Some of the best are HOGIN
Police; : light, temperature, and hu- game a score scape. How do they accomplishthis
single by Perry Cavanaugh -vsS.. Discount. midity. 10-5. In the top of the sev- coontie, dichondra, climbing when each sport requires
enth First Baptist gained two fig flg-marlgold Algerianand different types of equipment?
more runs with two singlesbut English ivy shore-juni- Thanks to a large selection of YOUR BACK YARD?

I Hurricanes Can Be Deadly Baldwin had a 10-7 win. per lantana lily-turf llppla diverse! products, boats, out
board motors, tents travel
Jim Watts was the winning llrlope and wedilla. trailers-even motor \nomesare AN OLD INEFFICIENT AIR CONDITIONING UNIT THAT IS
The female of the speciescan a scale from 1 to 10, will chlorine bleach. pitcher for Baldwin; he gave Many of these same plantsare compatible items if some
be the deadliest -- especially warn of the storm's flood- FOOD. Stock afive-daysup- up 10 hits to First Baptist. excellent for shaded areas advance thought is given to COSTING YOU MUCH MORE FOR ELECTRICAL CURRENT-

If she's a hurricane.And ing potential. The other num- ply of nonperishable food-- Hatcher was the losing pitcher artillery plant, bugleweed their choice. Realizlntbat/ NOT CONSIDERING HIGH REPAIR BILLS! REPLACE IT NOW

don't expect the 1973 ber, from 1 to 5, will esti- soup, canned goods juice and he allowed nine hits coontie, ferns, ivies, many families have some
hurricane season -- which mate the damage potential exclusive fruit. and walked three. lily-turf llrlope peperomia camping equipment they do WITH A MODERN EFFICIENT UNIT BY

runs June 1 through Novem- 01 flooding. COOKING. Use a stove that selaginella, wandering Jew not want to replace, the out
berto duplicate last year'scalmness on canned heat or kero- FIRST BAPTIST 13 and wedella. door recreation staff at Mer-
runs
outboards offers ELECTRIC
cury some GENERAL ;
SAVING LIVES HAMPTON 7 Several ground covers can
warns the Insur- sene in case of power fail- ideas about fishing/ and boating -
ance Information Institute. Drowning causes more than First Baptist came back the be used as effectively as flow- rigs that will complementother

Changing weather conditions 75 per cent of hurricane ure.LIGHTING.. Keep flashlight next night July 3, and ran ering annuals for spring,sum- recreation items.

made the 1972 storm season deaths. Most lives would be and extra batteries lantern, over hapless Hampton 137. mer and fall colors and they Car top boats which use low ...OFFERING THE MOST COMPLETE LINE

the quietest In 42 years. On- saved If people heeded eva- candles and matches handy. Hampton opened scoring have the advantage that most horsepower outboard motorsare OF RESIDENTIAL UNITS SIZED TO MEET
ly Agnes with her $97 mil cuation warnings and moved TOOLS. Have hammer, with two runs in the top of are perennials. For spring perfect for persons who

lion in Insured damage -- out of low lying coastal areasto nails screwdriver and saw the first Inning on two sing- and summer flowering con- have travel trailers or those THE REQUIREMENT Of ANY HOME.
les. In the bottom of the first sider bugle-weed who out of tents. Size
mostly from flooding --broke high ground -- beyond the ready to make emergency repairs caltrops camp
First Baptist scored three yellow Jessamine daylllles of the boat should he matchedto
the calm. reach of flood waters. during and after the
Hurricanes have taken almost Ruggedly built homes on high storm. runs on two singles and a Confererate jasmine, lantana the number of people who -
will use it at one time. For DON'T DELAY-
5,000 lives in the U. S. ground provide a safe ref- To prevent wind damage double by Danny McKinney to periwinkle purple setcreasea two anglers, a 12-foot boat to
and damaged several billion uge. But mobile homes shouldbe keep a window open on the lead 3-2. First Baptist scor- and wedella. Cuphea lantana, be used on !small lakes and !1 PHONE US TODAYBROWN
f4
dollars in property in the moved or evacuated. side of the building oppositethe ed two more runs in the bottom llppla and wedelia provide fall streams should be sufficient

last five decades. Most hur- When evacuation warningsare wind. If a window is blown of the second with a sing- and winter color. Three or more persons require 11'1, =e

ricane deaths can be pre- issued, leave early and out -- open more. To avoid le by McKinney an error, South Florida is especiallyrich a 14- or 15-foot boat.
vented and destruction min- go to a prearranged shelter. fire and electrocution shutoff and a fielder's choice for a in exotic ground covers. Square stem canoes and shallow r miJREFRIGERATION
imized.No Long before the peak of the electricity and water lead of 5-2. In the bottom of Some of the most popular are draft John boats are other
gas .
hurricane can strlcke the storm, flooding toppled util- where they enter the building. the third. First Baptist scor- wedella, zebrlna, blood leaf possibilities.Those AIR CONDITION
who have
U. S. coast without ample ity poles and downed power When the power Is off -- ed one run on a double by rhoeo purple queen, ferns pickup
"
campers or motor homes! will )Wctillwrtoii ,'lll Pump
Randall kalanchoes
McGee bromeliads
leaving Hamp aloes -
warning. Satellites track hur- lines can prevent escape. Gas avoid unnecessary opening of find a large selection of fishing -
ricanes for hundreds of miles up cars in advance because refrigerators and freezers. ton behind 6-2. In the bottomof ajuga and dwarf varieties / and cruising! hoats that 226 S. Walnut St. Starke, 964-7731
before reach fuel stations be out of to the fifth. First Baptist tooka to carissa.Bulbous plants be towed behind their -
they mainland. may Use dry ice, if available can ve- Your IsoctilDrnli'r/ With f'rorni 1l/i"IIi/i/ '
like
Ships aircraft and radar con- operation. preserve food. big leap to 11-2 with four drlnums spider lilies. hicles.

tinually chart their movement. Hurricane waters drowned If in the midst of a hur- singles and one error. __.________ I __
When a hurricane threatens more than a quarter million ricane there is suddenly a Hampton scored two runs in
the National Weather Service persons in East Pakistan in calm -- beware. This is most the top of the sixth with two In Conjunction With The Opening Of

--' the nation's watchdog 1970, mainly because of the likely the eye or center of singles and a walk. In the

against storms -- warns residents lack of shelter and evacua- the storm passing directlyover. bottom First Baptist plated Branch
In the area at leasta tion routes. This lull may last froma two more runs on a tripleby Keystone Heights

day in advance.A few minutes to more thana McLeod and three singles
new hurricane flood and PROTECTING PROPERTY half hour. Remain inside-- leaving the game with a win Of

damage rating system deve- Buildings can be protected the high winds will return. of 13-7.
loped by the National Hurricane against hurricane winds. People have been killed by Winning pitcher for First

Center In Miami has The greatest damage to bull- venturing from the eye to the lowed 18 hits and walked two. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLYof
been added tot the warning dings usually occurs to glass high wind area surroundingit. Broughton was the losing pitcher -
; he allowed 18 hits and
arsenal. .
The .system is based tina roofs exterior walls. walked one.CUNNINGHAM. Starke/Fla.. Inc."Peddler's .
boards shutters
Tape or can
sliding scale similar to protect glass. Large windowsand Atter the hurricane, avoid GULF 16
the Richter Scale used to lowland areas.Even though tho Home Center"Intersection
garage .doors should be LAWTEY 6
measure the intensity of winds subside, flooding may I
braced. In third Cun-
earthquakes. One number on continue. Roads underminedby a big inning 21 & 1 100
Moveable objects such as coastal flood waters may ningham scored 10 runs on Hwy.

""". ,,.,.,... bicycles, trash cans, boards collapse under a car's weight. eight hits Including home
and outdoor furniture can become by Ken Carlton and Billy New 473-4973
dangerous missiles. And overhanging power lines runs Phone Keystone
Sanford a triple by Fred
JacksonvilleDirectory kill people.
They should be anchored or many
Wheeler, doubles by Terry
Notify police and hospitalsof
stored Inside. Hardee and Randy Bennett, 9646078Starke
Cars should be moved to persons Injured. Report I
and singles by Dwight Elder,
boats dangling wires, broken sewer
high ground and small
; and water mains to utility Wayne Harper and JackGrif-
moored stream or securely taken out moved of wa-up- companies or police fls. It gave Cunningham a 15- WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING BARGAINSAT
1 lead and put the game out

ter.Heavy COMMUNITY: of reach for Lawtey. BOTH STORES
Auto Salts' and Service roof covering and durable RESPONSIBILITY Fred Wheeler was winning

\ winds.siding Mobile can withstand homes severe not- Communities as well as individuals pitcher for Cunningham giv
Fairish Motor bear responsibility ing up nine hits but walking
anchored to the ground are especially -
8' 2x4'sHeadquarters
vulnerable. for safeguarding life and pro- only one. Mike Patrick was PLYWOOD BARGAIN
the losing pitcher giving up
ALF.Snavlo Hurricane Celia destroyedhalf perty -- particularly through
: VOLVO of the 9,000 mobile homes advance plans and legislation 17 hits and walking two.
ART1'I' in Corpus Christi area in 1970. regulating land use and establishing SCHEDULE: July 12, Hamp- CORNER

Those that were properly secured hurricaneproof ton vs Baldwin;July 16.Hampton

Always Good "'..4 Can to the ground with cables building standards.As vs first Baptist; July 17,

Ml L*.r. St. Pn 15-5$. sustained minor damage. population and Industrial First Baptist vs Baldwin; and
development become more Cunningham vs Lawtey. July
PIANO( WEATHERING AHURRICANE concentrated, more people and 19, Lawtey vs Hampton and Sanded Line

Perhaps the most important property become subject to :
Cunningham vs Baldwin.
.
.. .\\1.11.I'I:\ O precaution to take during a hurricane hazards. Weather 1 1/4" Ext $6079
('O%:o.I. and KIMHAI.I hurricane according to the officials say that a hurricane
our.KIMHAI.I. : ""Ii Institute is to listen to news- could kill 20,000 to 50,000

casts for advice from author- persons in certain densely 3/8" Ext $8.98
ities. Having a batteryrunradio populated areas unless communities Southern Pine $1 .29 ea.12"Ext
, is a necessity in case plan safe evacuation .
routes enact and enforce improved -
of failure.
power 1
building codes and limIt $10.58 Cedar 59
Persons in a hurricane a- $1 ea.34rrExt
rea should stock emergency population density. ,.

supplies -- water, food cook- New buildings, public and +,
Ing and lighting equipment and private, should be constructedso l' I $13-99 Spruce $1 l-49ea
they can serve as shel- ,.
"S\\lNiER":" (; ; tools.
And
ters during an emergency.
OKGA.NS: WATER. Store surplus land susceptible to flood wa- Wolmanizecl $1 .69
Mall.
Roosevelt 388-8519 CDX ea.
( ters should be left unoccu- Sheeting
2929 N. W. 13th Cainu.llI. drinking water one quart
per person per day) in seal- pied.
FURNITURE ed containers in case the supply Stringent tie-down mea-
falls or is contaminated. sures should be enacted and Plywood

I FURNITUREAT Drinking water can be steri- enforced for mobile homes.

DISCOUN lized by boiling water purification And evacuation routes shouldbe
tablets available at planned in advance. 3/8"
Co.I.'. I II drug stores or household The hurricane season startsin $4.89
I HoutcholdFurni June and lasts through No-

. "thmatUp vember. Now is the time to

, T* *OV'\ Savings KIRBY CO. Of Starke get readyl! 1/2" $5. 66 We Have The Most Com plete


Baxley Choir Co. (WINKLER ELECTRIC My Neighbors 5/8" $7.98 Area Stock ()/Paneling

641 Cot..tt 1 Blorb INC.)

.I From I 1.10 From9.59 Up

JacktanvilU34.1741: KIRBY Watch For Our



AUTO ELECTRIC Vacuum """......Xtra Special...........
PEAVY Brothers Grand In
I I Electric Co.. CleanersSales 0 Opening


1/4"x4x8 '
Startor.e.n.roton
Alternator *
and Service

Regulator SPRING CHECKUPWhiteStag Keystone

234 N. T.mpl. Av.. vamps the banker'svest Catilian! HirVh
: design -
AUTO. TRUCK ; in an all-cotton pant
that Includes a halter-

DIESEL Phon. 964-7596 "Oh no, on the contrary, top and wide-legged pants. Soon
The neat tattersall checksare Coming $6.99
4044 Lenox A,. Jan. we began in large, modern trl-colored on a natural
After 6 P.M. 964-3359 building and steadily low. ground. Fabric from Well-
387-2528 bid our way back to ihU." man Mills. -


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Again demonstrating Its Interest not yet been announced.The '
: .. and willingness to pitchIn E1t i
and help with community
community projects
/ detail of 14 ;
projects, a men
carried on by the National
L from the Starke National ,1 _
Guard are in keeping with
1' Guard unit spent last weekend
; II.
y "., Its long tradition of serviceto "
several In .
I lefurblshing rooms ;
-: this area since the 1880's,
,' ;, the oldBradford County court- when the South was first per- K : :
: t: house ant. for a prospective ten- mitted to organize groups of

home militia following the tp'4 _
Ser- Civil War Two units were '
The State Employment : a
KEY TO PHOTOS
organized here at that time
vice has been operating out tap r d ,
of the old building on a tem- which can be considered fore-
EDITORIALS I I I (1)J SFC C.J. Schaefer (at porary basis for several runners of the present Nat-

right) sees a job being well months, and has Indicated that ional Guard, although not having -
done as Guardsmen paint the agency might be InterestedIn that name. One was a V
.
walls of old courthouse which setting up there for a longer calvary unit, and the other wasa
was built In 1902. term If the offices couldbe unit of Infantry called the
Bradford County Guards
made a little more pre-

Is Gas Shortage Real Or (2)) Sp-5 James McCrary tance sentable.of the Hence Guard, the was assis-enlisted Even before the Civil War,

figures cut on piece of panel- however, there were orga-
Ing with aid of Staff Sgt M.L. nized groups of militia here,
Prultt, who was In charge of This is not the first com- which volunteered for servicein
Part Of A Plan ? detail. munity project undertaken by the Indian Wars, and also

the local unit, Co. D, 53rd served as a home guard dur-
(3)) PFC Edwin Sanders mans Support Battalion. The men ing that period.

Two U, S. Senators have announced keting. This would be a drastic the floor sander, while Sp.-l recently carried out a com-

a plan to break down the change from the present set-up, Ralph Thornton sweeps up plete remodelling and rede- The Starke unit was the first 4
nation's major oil firms Into where the big corporations control dust. corating job on the Troop In Florida to volunteer for M p
70 Scout hut, and also con- service during the Spanish-
smaller, highly competitive com- petroleum products from the oil (4)) Sp-4 Tim Harvey smooths ducted a trash clean-up in American War around 1900,
panies, after accusing the "big well to the gasoline pump, limit- down cracks: In wa'l boforo the Reno section of Starke. and was also mobilized In

gies" of Intentionally creating the ing competition and providing the painting process begins.LETTERS 1940 for service In World

current gasoline shortage In orderto opportunity for extensive abuseat These projects are carriedout War II. The name of the

boost consumer prices and drive the consumer's expense. during the regular week- unit has changed several
Independent operators out of busi- end drills of the unit, and the times over the years, but lit.
Guardsmen have indicated the spirit of service to the
ness. The sponsors believe that community has remained the
they will continue to work on
their legislation would create real the old courthouse, helpingto same. .
The two Democratic senators competition in the petroleum industry get it in shape for renting f; '

announced their plan after the fostering new oil discov- space to other tenants, and Guardsmen who took partIn

Federal Trade Commission Issueda eries, and allowing for reasonable AN OPEN LETTERTo for later use as a county old the courthouse weekend were work: at SFCC the lAt

report last week making similar consumer prices. museum. J, Shaefer, S, Sgt. M.L.

charges against the big compan- An act was passed at the Pruett, S, Sgt. E. D. Norman,
ies. The States are also startingto the Citizens of Starke: 1 1073 legislative session cre- Sp-5 J, N, McCrary, Sp4T

get into the act, and a proposalhas ating a Bradford County Boardof Harvey, Sp-4 R, Thorn-
Upon completion of a thor- ton, PFC R. Hodges, PFC
According to the FTC study, been made that Florida's new ough Investigation by the St- Historical Trustees to have L.E. Woods, PFC E. Sanders,
the nation's present so-called petroleum Energy Committee hold hearingsto : arke Jaycees, we conclude charge of the old courthouseas Pv-2 G. Whitaker, PFC S.A -

"shortage" Is the product find out whether the gasoline that our city, not unlike any a historic and administer site, and to other acquire Dyal, Sp-4 D.W. Bennett, PFCR ; r

of anti-competitive practices fos- shortage is real or artificial.If other city, Is ready for a sites of historical InterestIn Hendreth, and PFC R. >f Talking FORESTRY
city management form of Johns.
tered by government regulationsand the county,if desired. Mem-
government.We IN BRADFORD
the oil companies to protect the "shortage" continues-- bers of the board, to be appointed The unit is commanded by ;1 AboutThings % COUNTY

their by the Governor have Capt. James R. Reddish I ,',
profits. whether real or trumped-up any the Starke Jaycees believe ,
resulting decrease in tourism this will provide better J \\

The understanding of responslb- .,, ..,.. .. ,, ,,, .. ..,, .. r By John
oil companies "have behaved could cost Florida dearly, not '" "" " """ n N t
llties and duties of city
our
In a similar fashion in loss of tax OTKeoro
as only the gas rev- officials and will also providefor Notebook
would a classical monopolist: They enues, but also in the loss of a better and more effec- County Agent By George Huggins _

have attempted to Increase profitsby sales taxes due to the large num- tive relationship with our city

restricting output," the FTC ber of tourists who will confine officials. We, as young busi- Hvr stamps Last week and just I mentioned one instance food Forestry Is big business

report charged.The their driving to their home area, nessmen leaders have and young business related to agriculture. I was In North Florida. In fact,

rather than coming to Florida. people should, be always hired on felt qual-that BOBBYTAYLOR proud to read In the same It is ranked as the number

study estimated that 1,200 ifications. We believe that : 1Jr paper that Lawton Chiles is two industry In the state,
Independent stations closed In the Although the FTC report has going to this form of govern- concerned about the extrava- right behind tourism.

first five months of this year. not yet been released, it Is believed ing will assure the hiring of ",.., "" "..,,, ....,,,, ,, ,,, "" ,""" .. .... ,_ I gant use of food stamps. In the past few years the
"What has happened here Is that that It will recommend responsible, qualified peopleto I read In the Sunday paper amount of acreage In tim-

the majors have used the short- anti-trust action against the eight run our city. We believe that a prominent citrus grower ber has stayed relatively the
that this form of city govern- You don't have to look at a have any reserves to operatefor same in and around Brad-
stated that food
age as an occasion to attempt to largest oil firms which are said ment will provide better length of time at stamps
ser- calendar to know that summer any a and welfare are making it ford County, but statewide it
debilitate, If not eradicate, the to hold sixty-four per cent of the vice and understanding to the time Is here High temper. loss. Farmers, too, must highly difficult to get citrus has dropped off considerably.
independent marketing sector," nation's proved crude oil reserves, citizens of Starke and will atures and humidity make make a profit to stay in business picked even when the pickers The main reason is the land
the report continued. It also declared control fifty-eight per cent of the bring about a better government some of the outdoor jobs in our free enterprize averaged $125,00 to $130,00per and population boom in South

that if this attempt by crude refining capacity, and sell ar' und the farm and home a system. ... +, week, working only about Florida. Forest land in
the bit unpleasant at times. six hours this area Is being developedat
majors "is at all day.
successfulin per
fifty-five per cent of the gaso- With this foremost in your High feed costs have got our an excessively fast
diminishing the market sharesof line used by the nation's motor- mind, we urge you to supportthe I think that most folks now cattlemen to doing a better pace.
the Independents, the consumer ists. local :referendum and get realize that this year has been job of pasture managementand There was also a report To continue meeting Flor-
will pay dearly for this advantage." this mat er on the ballot unusual as far as growing most many are making plans that welfare and food stampsare ida's and the nation's timber

Indeed, they are already paying of on\ "gardens and crops is now for winter feeds. worth $11,500 a year to demands in future decades,
"Unless we plan to become Sincerely concerned However the New York :North':
in the form of a family of four. Florida will have to
higher prices for overly dependent on foreign imports Starke majority of our people have There is a lot of haymaking take up the slack and pro-
the gasoline they can get. and expect consumers to Jaycees had their entire crop drown activity and a few folks The food duce more trees than ever

continue to suffer at the handsof while others will only be able are making arrangements for be justified stamp and programcan is good before.
As a remedy for this situa- WE APOLOGIZETO to harvest a light crop. combining seed this year. I
tion the two Democrats the major oil companies, who OUR READERS have had a number of calls for assisting those really in At the present time state,
Sen. manufacture shortages to boost Ripe tobac. that is free of about the best kinds of pas- need. But why should food federal, and paper company
Abourezk of South Dakota, and prices, this legislation should be Apparently The Telegraphwas suckers, weeas and other for- ture grasses for our area. stamps be provided to strik- lands are near peak production -
Rep. Aspin of Wisconsin, have enacted," the sponsors believe.If the victim of a spur- eign material should be in demand ers while their unions negotiate .
proposed legislation that they say ious letter writing campaign by bujers. Even though The Bahia grasses are hardto for higher wages Why
will break the back of the big last week, and published three some of our crop is late, beat on our flatwoods soils, should a person earning :1525:; The one area where thereis
oil further investigation proves letters with the signatures growers should allow their especially if planted In com- a day picking strawberries In still much idle land that
companies' monopoly. that these shortages has been ma- of persons who did not write tobacco to be fully mature before bination with white clover. Bradford County be given could be producing timberis

nipulated, as charged, then we them. It is harvested Care Now is the time to make plans food stamps. If there are too in the area of private own-
Under the plan, oil firms wouldbe must that strong remediesare should be taken in curing and for seeding clover this fall. many persons to be checkedon ership. Hopefully, with Increasing -
permitted to operate in only agree it The week before that we handling the crop after curing. The first step is a soil sam- there should be more care pulpwood and saw-
one of the four required, even though means received three letters with the The current rainy and hot ple to determine lime and In determining eligibility.Now ; timber prices, more private
phases of
the
additional government regulationof names of fictitious persons weather will result in mold fertilizer requirements. Get or anytime, is a good landowners will come to real-
petroleum industry production, Industries that fail to properly who could not be found, of development If the tobacco is your pasture soil sample to time to let your congressman ize the profitability of grow-
refining, transportation, or mar- regulate themselves. course, when we checked the not stored in adrypackhouse. determine lime and fertilizer know how our tax money ing trees in a well managed
telephone directory and the Growers will need to sell as requirements. Get your pas- Is being misused. forest.
city utility list. much quality tobacco as possible ture soil sample now. If you

Last week, however, the this year to offset the have cattle and clover "land, Anyone, with open eyes, can The future holds a bright
higher cost of growing, har- observe that the note for forest owners. At
Too Much TravelAt names of actual persons were you cannot afford to not grow during last
published the vesting and curing. clover. This Is the best and two years we have lots of new the present time the Florida
signed we
letters, in so good faith, thinking ... ... ... most economical way to havea people In Bradford County Division of Forestry sells Improved -
highly nutritious feed We welcome to Bradford Slash Pine Seedlingsfrom
bona fide. It for you
Tax Payer's ExpenseIf they turns were out, that the letters now The high cost of food is con- your herd in late winter and County We want you to enjoy her nurseries. These
not written by the tinuing to get headlines and early spring. Bradford County and we seedlings have an increased
were per-
whose news coverage. I'm glad to want you to be an asset to growth rate of about 15 percent -
names were sign-
sons
see some of the other side Bradford County We want The day may come
The auditor reported a seem- ed: Ernest Phillips, \ictor the food cost picture being you when there will be
of
you're wondering where and Lamb, and Aaron H. Holley My Neighbors to join us In thinking, "our enough
how your tax dollars are being ing lack of policies, procedures, Mr Phillips and Mr. Lamb discussed. Such things county," and saying, "our Improved seedlings to meet
the high cost of productionand the purchasing demand. This
as
spent In Tallahassee, it will give or guidelines as to the type of state emphatically): that they the problems our pro- county will definitely Increase cell-
little comfort to read reportby meetings to be attended at tax- did not write the letterswe ulose
you a ducers face are finally being production In North Florida -
the State Auditor General show- payers' expense, the number of received over their signatures talked about and are being con- Some of you have probably .
and Aaron Holley, VVe .i already been a little curious
and
attend
employes allowed to jldered news worthy. -"
Ing that Florida sent 29,326 per- of 1508 N. Lawtey Road died -
,
I
about
why would be
must all realize that we must writing If
the objectives to be obtained from you would like to becomea
to conferences conventions several fact
sons years ago-- a eat no matter what the cost. like this now. Well, for nine- tree farmer
and other similar type meetings such meetings. we overlooked when publish Y/hatever can be done to Insure teen years prior to March 31, may be eligible,your for woodlands certification -
during fiscal year 1971-72. ing the letter. a bountiful food supply 1971 I was fairly regular In right now. Basic
requirements -
He recommended the estab- having
an agricultural column
as possible -
We regret embarrassment must be done as soon are that own
any you
lishment of criteria to justify attendance each week. And, as county agricultural forest
The total cost, not including that might have been I In acreage, protect your
salaries, was a staggering by officers and employes, caused by the publication of tact with :agent! all was con-the forest land from fire and over-
people over
394234647. That's a lot or travel and suggested that travel vouch- these letters, and would like If a ceiling on food prices- h"Ii' county I enjoyed all this and grazing, follow good forestry
ers Include a certification that to remind whoever wrote them such as eggs, broilers, beef, little practices in harvesting trees
now a
writing along Is
and conventioneering
and other food that will
that the signing of anotherperson's pork productsIs :. Insure a continuous
attendance was directly relatedto my way of talking to all the
name is a practice lower than the cost of production of commercial for-
Among the places visited were official duties of the agency frowned on by the law We production, then most pro- all very nice but I'd people again. est products, and plant treeson

such exotic spots as Indonesia, and that per diem had been reduced hope that such a violation of ducers will be forced out of till rather hate my two Idle acres and lands not

France, Yugoslavia, Hungary, for any meals or lodging ethics will not occur again business because very few weeks. vacation with pay"milii people Talk about who know"Talking"me, know, the suited to other crops.

Australia, Spain, Denmark, Israel, Included in the registration fee that talking is one of the joys
and Scotland. at conventions or conferences. I get from living each day. Tree farmers contribute to
I must add the present and future well-
QRIDq quickly, however,
Time when voters might c0 that my talking agriculturehas being of the community and
was
Florida law governing such 4 not been In the state by growing timber They
same ca-
travel specifies that it should be wink at such excesses or shrug ? also receive
pq tagory as that of Johnny Car- a high cash Income -
Incurred only In the performance them off as not worth the trouble ./ J U+11 son. Read a few days ago from the sale of forest

of a public purpose authorized by of protesting. But. times have M4 that his pay for talking rewarded products.

law to be performed by such agen- changed, and so have attitudes of ( sra him $5.00 per word.

cy. Undoubtedly, the intent of the the hard-pressed taxpayers. We qT/QN., BOB G. FERGUSON:/ JOHN:/ M. MILLER Woodlands are certified as

law that such whole- predict that some of the depart- Publishers Even so, talk In the Interestof tree farms after inspectionby
never was
Published each: Thursday and entered as Second: Class Matter at the Post Office ac Starke, agriculture may be more a qualified forester and
sale use be made of the privilegeas ments that have obviously been Fla. under Act: of March: 3, 1879. Important, and you cannot associate approval by a tree farm com-
the Department of Education abusing the travel privilege will It with a monetary value mittee. Upon certification, a
the voice of the Subscription: rate in trade area: $6 per year: S3.SO six months. because phase: of landowner Is
which sent 15,888 persons to 6,207 soon be hearing ,, every) our presented a tree
meetings during the year. taxpayerloud and clear. Phone 964-6305 Outside trade area $7 per year 14.00 six months. Starke, Fla. livelihood depends on agricul- farm sign to place on his
forest land
ture. and a certificate.

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table which was covered witha Each word over 35 10* Call E. Z. Lee A.J. THOMAS-REALTOR LOTSZoned for mobile
fig Loop. (miniature Colues); puppies home. Leaton Mathews, 964-;
The New River Baptist white linen cloth. Pink strea- All Classified Ads must be 964-8816. Itp occasionally also sable and 7942. Itp 964-5701 homes and houses. Several
Church, believed to be the mers caught up to the ceiling, paid for in advance unless stud service.SHI Fred Sackett & Lillian Pear- subdivisions to choose from,

second oldest in the State,will centered with a wedding bell for, you have established account FOR RENTBig old 3 BR JEA white Kennels 9648878. FOR SALESuperA Inter- son Associates. only $95 down. Monthly pay-
created beautiful setting
be 140 years old this Septem- a with, the Telegraph, in national Farm-All Tractor 782-3806, 468-1753 ments to suit your budget.Ph. .
the lovely occasion. The refreshment House on I acre, unfurnished. 4tp 7/12
table coveredIn that event 50f extra chargefor $85 mo. Children O. K. with cultivator bars. One set 468-1551 or 9648331.
ber.The was
church dates from a white linen. On one end of billing. Not responsiblefor I 964-6481. Itp YOU saved and slaved for 6 1/2 ft, long disc harrow, 4 BR, 2 bath cent alr-Lawtey tfchg
constitution drawn up on July errors when given it 3 pt. hitch. One set 8-ft.
over wall to wall carpet. Keep
table lighted tapers
the pink 2 BR 1 bath brlck-
New ,
17, 1833, followed by an organizational flanked a crystal punch bowl.A the phone or when copy is new with Blue Lustre, Rent drag type disc harrow. WATSON'SHOUSE
meeting on August floral arrangement of rain- not typed and brought to FOR RENT12' wide mobile electric shampooer $1. Dev- Call John at A.K. Feed Store, Lawtey. OF VACUUMS

24 of that 20 year John, Tuckerwas and on bow colors was used as a the office. homes outside city limits. J. rick Inc., 301 E. Call St., phone 9648711. Itp 3 BR, 1 bath, 2 1/2 acres- $39.00 Many brands up. Used of new machines vacuums
September ,
B. White. Ph. 964-6114. IT 964-6163. *
centerpiece. At the other end
Starke from $10.
elected the first"pas- cake decoratedwith no answer, 9646219.or FOR SALE- Beautiful 1973 Expert Repairsall
as of the table a
FOIL SALK-'; Registered Angus Mobile Home, 12x72, 3 BR, makes. Parts and Acces-
tor.Today two cupIds and two wed- /Viy For Classified 964-6152.tichg Bull Calves you pick one Central Air, Double Padded 4 BR, 2 bath. 1 1/2 acres- sories for all vacuums. Built
there Is modern and
a ding bands was cut serv-
will be weaned Oct. 1. Starke in Central
now, vacumn clea..gsystems.
air conditioned church and Ads In Advance FOR RENT- Room carpet, deluxe furniture, $800
ed to the 31 present. Five< Phone
J. B. White. 9646114. 712 N. Main Gaines-
Take ,
educational plant at New Riv The guests enjoyed playing Increased cost have madeIt house, partly furnished. No tfchg $114 equity. Also over payments, 4 BR, 2 bath, cent air- ville 37 -7ll0
Allis Chalmers
mo.
er. Plans are also under way two games. Prize winners necessary. for this newapater children or pets. Trailer Starke
for additional remodeling of were Aileen Green and Sherry to clarify Us present space $25 mo. 782-3699, Pete FOR SALE(2)( Tenn. Walk- Tractor with front loader,

the sanctuary to add more Prevatt. rules and adopt new one. for Smith, Lawtey. Itp ing Horses with papers, rea- disc, and mower. $1,350 cash. 3 BR, Brick, Cent Air, 10 LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering
seating and eight more roomsto Hostesses for the eveningwere the publication of classified. sonable. 964-7075. Itp Contact Austin Moody, Grlffls Acres 6x9. $3.19: 9 x 12. $5.98;
the educational building. : Cherle HInton, Debbie advertisements in its columns. Isgsss Loop, next to A. W.Brown. 12 x M: 111l1. U; 12 x lo uiuy

The church now has Its first Douglas. Charlene Melvin i' uit ::.AJ..IlOIUl: : L.; flat Alto Up. $14.95. Many patterns and co-
full time pastor, Rev James Larle Temple and Robin Wil AM advertisements of this. Sax. Gold also overhead garage Appraisals 30 Yrs exper- lors. Dahmer's Discount tfti
nature must be paid In advance t FOR SALE J
R. Countryman, who came IIams. The hostesses gave unless.. an established door, slide type. PhoneT. FOR SALE -Beagle Walker ience. Specializing in Estates
here from Gadsden Ala. the honoree a beautiful white monthly account Is maintained Bement 964-6439 Evenings puppies 7 weeks old, good 3 bedroom
The church is presently con- gown and peignoir set. with this newspaper. lip stock. Phone 964-7696. Itp FOR SALENew
ducting revival services with Mailing: and bookkeepingcosts FOR SALE- Air Conditioner; brick veneer, 2 baths, living -
Rev. J. D. Bowen as theevan- PERSONALS: have advanced making FOR SALE2 large water FOR SALEBeautiful pony, 10 x 35 Detrolter mobile home. room, kitchen and dining
gelist. The revival will end on Mr. and Mrs. Bill HInton It necessary to make this front lots on Hampton Lake. saddle and bridle. Also Okra FOR SALE- bedroom trailer Priced to sell. Will finance area. Good location. Finan-
July 15, which will be Home- and family of New Orleansare adjustment.It F. Register 964-5888 or 964- by the bushel. Phone 964- bath & 1/2. Call 9647939.Itp If necessary.426 N. Walnut cing available. Call. Duford

coming Day, with dinner on visiting relatives, Mrs. Is. much preferred that 8771. tfchg 8371. ]Itp 964-5390. Itp Mitchell, 964-6853. tfchg
the grounds and a service to Inez Green, Shirley and Cherie classified advertising be
follow. Everyone is welcome. While here they enjoyed placed In person, rather than
a trip to Walt Disney World. by telephone so as to avoid s
LINGERIE. SIIOWER- errors. CIGARETTES

Miss Peggy Edwards, bride- SYMPATHYOur

elect of Walter Prevatt, was heartfelt sympathy, ,. tow nxhua1
honored :Monday night, June love and prayers are extended NOTICETo ov o

25, with a lingerie shower to the Sherman Sharp family I.AN01
it concern: I
given at the Brooker Baptist of Brooker on the loss whom may \ '
I will not be responsible for
of their son, Richard, _who any debts made by anyone ( Ac

drowned on July 4 in Ohio. other than myself.James

E. Strickland. 2tp 7/19 < U L4r7fnlitiir
PRAYER LIST
HAMPTONAREA
N. G. Hayes, Amanda Shaw, FILING CABINETS. Typewriter 1 I

Thomas Rimes, Zulene lIar- Stands, Desks, Chairs, 4
rell, Morris Dyal. Safes. -Bradford County ,
NEWSBy '
Telegraph. / t I tit
L 1IoIh.!


Josephine Fontaine \
GAINESVILLEBusiness r'* 0 1

l 1'1.J Qtr.mzVtJ \ ,_ #
SENIOR CITIZENSThe m VV

Hampton Senior Citi-
zens held their regular meet- Directory Gifebuoy

Ing on July 6. Several mem ,

bers were absent due to ill- --.. -_. --- -- -,-- t f.
ness In their families. Mr.: AUTO SALES I GARDEN SUPPLIES 0 Y I

Vaughan gave a report on ,
---- -- ---- -
the meeting at Green Cove BRASINGTONCADILLAC --1 I1 Johnson & Faris, Inc.
Springs. After the business \
session, games were enjoyed OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS -
and refreshments served. SALES & SERVICE Insecticides. Pl Suppl.sFERTILIZERS fe oy -

The door prize was won by Fin. selection of Used Carl ,
Evelyn Vaughan. The next reg- Taken On Cadillac Trad t W. Rent. Fertilizer' Spreaders .

ular meeting will be held July 2001: N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 224 101.w. 8th Ph. 378.0476 J fI

20. BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASS
oaya'BLADES
FRIENDS &. NEIGHBORS --- GILLETTE DOUBLE EDGE 2 BATH SIZE 10" 17"DOUBLE MEN'S 'KNIT KICKERS' S
Mr. and :Mrs. Billy Dick- POWELL'S I
LIDDELL oPZ r
LIFEBUOY SOAP HIBACHI POLYESTER CASUALS
erson and family of Lend ale,
\V. Va. are visiting the Ben- Beauty Academy ,tlhtrlh'rp,8

ckowk}'* :Mr. Dickerson is Learn a Profession 'In Your Glass Company -

:Mrs. Benckowky's nephew. Sport Tim, .. Full or Part "Glo. For Every Purpot" ; !394DiI'

Mrs. Louise Hogan of Tim Store Fronts Mirrors :

Hampton Lake, enjoyed a num- 219 ".W. 10 th 378-2764 Tub Enclosure Shower Special Buy!
ber of visitors last Sunday, Furniture Top GloReplaced .. .? p, Wo p w..Jlk D,.... w..J-.ff ... Ph" #

Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Fut- L'riubie Edgl B'ado'' i tan 1. or \.OS' tat .rdi stable' po Yoi 11 recognize the farrouslorre. MEN'S NATIONALLY ADVERTISED
trell and their three childrenof Fo. .r the ,a.. Si' at N. JU Qh' ,." 7gi ''lill andles .Cushioned throughout.Whita KNIT
Richland, N.C., and :Mrs. ELECTRICMotor NEW LOCATION 'b" w ti e anll ', Iral' '0 o.be ,e' ref Dalln and colols.5'los' 712. WALK SHORTS POLO SHIRTS
Hogan's brother who will be
spending this month with her. Repair Co 1228 So. Main Gainesville,
--

erts Also of her Albany nephew, Ga., Glen, and Rob-:Mr. Rpoirmg Of (Gainesville, Rewinding, 'Inc 372.8191 372.1102 llen..l'1.II1UII'lIt /' : :.. = -S: I' L G : t '"" / :,t'
-
)
: Terrell L'nderwood '
and Mrs. PICTURE FRAMES 1 i W! J
children. N.w And Used r( CJ 1 --1fd", :
and their three :
selection of fabric
shorts wide
2816 N.W. 6th Ph. 372-8318 Creative 4 I 0 t Top quality in a

:Mr. and :Mrs Howard Holm MOVERS" Custom With framing d Short SleeveShirts 'r. 1' rp'E i ((I"Oil" I ." plaids blends' and and stripes sumrrer in colors a variety'Handsome;of i styles' solids, Sires, ,

of Cranstone, R. I. are visit- 1 11.> 1h< 2910 42 Famous Maker 100,'cotton knit polo \

ing their daughter and family Long Distance Moving A l ',L 5'aof4.' ACa4Qi, ,,"' ,Wo.- ... '_,1- ", shirts" .in 'latest"fashion, styles' Son-o, with collars.
Mr. and :Mrs. Kenneth Storage Packing, Personal t and 4-buttor plackets.Various colors S.M.L XL
Croll. Touch s SAVE 2.48 SAVE 24% SAVE 24".
Crating Shipping JULIETTE AM CLOCK RADIO EAGLE GOLD OIL 10W30 MEN'S ORLON SOCKS1O96
BIRTHDAYS Fre Estimates Call Oval Mats Print Originals S 2. BOYS' WALK SHORTS

Heuel McMamsJulyl.Jackhail Wildlife Drawing Etchings WAS WAS "A!

July 2. :Mrs. Ruby Wal- 312.4366 313.4610 Reg.s 2' 96 J3 4 ? t&IIiIiI 2.-Ht WIIIiii'' | 96

drun, July 3. 200 N. E. loth. 3711 UnlvVnnServie I '
ayplaaticcob
High, ,impact walnut grained, I quart alt> woothoi, ,rulti '5' acrylIc, 25C stretch ny-
RECREATIONMorning I MUSIC net.So ,d ilatefl vscosllyhlghdetergontoil, 'ion Famous maker 1013. e?, Wide Selecnsi' jf fancy pot-
r > tents and ble dsSorrawith
reading classes are *, Inc. I :: S -i 16MEN'S
waists.8
xn adjustable tc
being conducted held at by!Hampton Mrs ZImmer-School, 3540 .N.E.. Waldo Rd. G'vill BALDWINPIANOS ,? ... S', n J ... =, : 1 ..:.: itjf/j : .;f 1 ... s

372.4271 I I, j j'\l\ ; '. i, ,' I .kl'.

man.There is a five-week swim- ft ORGANS e -:- "
;
AUTO SALES SERVICE : :J ( :,r ,
for children.
ming program I 14. ( 1 FAMOUS MAKER JEANS
,
For information call 468-1212. 3LOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS ..<.'" el ] I I
t.
GMS. INC.Foclory .
t J Ell
aLTrl -
tPTfee Now@3Washbasket SAVE I SAVE 1.00 SAVE!
SAVEliX [rVofth Up To S10 00 A Pair| 1
MUSIC Co. 14 OZ LEMON PLEDGE i
WHISTLING TEA KETTLE AUTO COOLANT SYSTEM MEN'S NAVY-TYPE OXFORDS j
Wide, sele.-tioi. of fobn ble Js
G'ville, Shopping C.n. DISCOUNT 'WAS NG \PfCIA mil and colors Yot wi'" sea the fe .
By Joyce Champion ( PRICE'' a D8 "Em cur "
\$ Authorized 372-5351 :J.-.sn- lAVING our noire on eoe'i' pan, Hip,
Po..c I ping F ore legs Sizes, 28 t< 3{ !
Sires Parts-Service 14 ounce it rulo quart. H.o. .0. 'ont Auk ,uc.Ito" .J ,.It.lreeao Block on I. Too o. weather 1 G
Many clothing stains are 210 .N. Mom, Gainesville, Fla. .Wo too stubborn to remove by
372.2583 'W.' '\
home : '
regular laundering 't> '
methoda. Following are Klrky'i .*.11. Nests R / '
waysto
CAMPER SALES & SERVICE 50'\Vater .
combat some of these special lf.lr I Sep.,fUt, Inc.Authonied :: I. ..
problems: I j ; iA \:, 1 '''" -...,., ,
Mud Let mud dry nnd r 4 Dealer Gle. $ \ ,
d 'J ""
brush off as much ng possible. .. ,. in"- die! HoseSO ANn.nun _..... .,. I y
For EvanlnterthemSiegler .. ....
Launder in the hottest water I { '.N IO.L." '.' ...... ..../K 't> '
safe for the fabric. If the CAMPER MART, INC. Heating, & ,/ -= "' :::: .,:'t .,, ; .x SAVE 237.
,
,
still it '- :$
stain remains sponge 'It- ""
with rubbing alcohol then 3111 N. Main Gainesville. Air Conditing, Equio .99 FASHION SHELLS
launder again. SAVE 17% <- SAVE l.OOMAGNOLIA1 SAVE 377.Boys'
Paint Scrape off fresh 378-2954 T Bay Service D.pf. Accessories Supplies EAGLE ANTI-FREEZE TOILET SEAT Girls' DECK SNEAKERS a=

paint then sponge/ the stained Complete Camping Store Parts and S.rvic.

fabric with turpentine orOaint Sales: Concord Volunt..r, Reg. M-63 WASDrI wuGiJ wuum. - c...., P. wo 1.2.94
thinner and launder.
Sm. k.y, Midas, Adventure 100 dc able kid, lylon fashion
Chewing Gum Rub the 4500 ....W. 6th St. Cainvill, r ittles and colors/
gum with ice nnd scrape it Wheels, Norris, Monitor, Fan, go a It.be, "one' leak Molded wood baked enamel Top quohtyWideselechoa .=- .
off when it hardens. Rub the Explorer, Sports Coach 378.8902 ummer. cec ant White' _Olnlc.blueye .ow.green Boys' 9-6, girls'9-3 (navy) Back upper' Sizes' SML

stained area with a stain removing ''i f'm' ; /. -J' .. SAVE 207.OMEN'S
product like v' / ''. ", ..;' a r t: > !. POLYESTER SHORTS
new ------ ------ ,
Bornteem Plus then launder. t SAVE 237.GILLETTE ",,,,,,'t" ',j ":I ir'
Rust Use a commercialrust I /? LADY ". 'A \.. '\.. ., J i. :.t; 1 UI

remover following pack. ,,: QI" SURE TOUCH RAZOR ....-.,. ..; : :
age direction explicitly. COBIA w '/I"" lc 0" :; / .:,' J r. ,,;L D,... P, -, ..z.4.tl

Candle Wax Scrape off rABUGLAS GAINESVILLE JOHNSON : 6' tD o, t .\: .. r' ,. //1 : : 100 pc 'yestar Jarraica 2-
the excess. wax with a dull MOTORS a ; .r .
/5- 1 0 ., W". .' .." : way stretch double knits
knife. Place the stained area a 'r'. / ) Elasticized ..0111.8 to 18,
between two blotters or several
thicknesses of paper tree. 4i 19". 1.03 SAVE 297. SAVI16%
towels or facial tissues and MA1ta..._ \:.". 'CURAD SAVE PLAST"IC 26%; TA; 18"gl8"E MIRROR WOMEN SUMMER SANDALS GIRLS' FAMOUS MAKER 5HUNI5TSJ
press with a warm iron. Repent ; Top rrokcr quality: IICUAA r
the process. then wet 1030 E. University Avenue .BANDAGES.80'S -11 OZJ uS and styling.Various
the stained area and ruh in Gainesville Florida I..J. 3'J eSAVE LAB ag. 1was 18. blends and colors.Sues
the stain removing productand 7 to 14, p '
launder. Phony 378-1591 LYNN HAMILTON. J p' Dacorotiv mirror will" gold Hi-eavred, lietl 2 fashion e........ p.... -.. 1.64y
Coffee or Tea (without _., ; D':w&e' p :: : '. f taro..Ouahtyllheetglass! liylt*white and 2-tone.540.
milk or cream) Soak the 55 III' Johnson 14V' Fabu ;las Trailer #149512IHI1'
stained garment In cool water
with /-cup of the product () > Mcrcurv Cruiser 17' Larson Trailer $1795lf USE OUR CONVENIENT IF YOU'RE NOT SHOPPING AT EAGLES
overnight if nec..8IIry.Then FLORIDAPHONE ( [
rub the stained area >0 IIP Mercur) Cruiser 19' Larson Cruiser Tandem YEAR ROUND FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE, YOU'RE NOT STARK.F.,
with the stain remover and 1 964-7513;
launder. Axle Trailer +31'18') LAYAWAY PLAN. SAVING MONEYt




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0. C. Cimts Nursery g 5 '

HOUSES FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUSWANTED NEW PUMPS AND USED I Is something Fruit Thousands Trees, Shade el Plont.Trees, HELP WANTED

Evergreens, Camellias,
SALES missing? Asal.... Roses No Experience Necessary Steady Work,
.
FIAT Meet In Cans Plant Anytime
FOR SALE- Bedroom House Construction or PARTS LANDSCAPING Fringe Benefits
In Crystal Lake Homesltes. surveyor's transit or level: SERVICE Sales Part > Service 23 Mi. S.E. Of Starke,
Lake access. Phone 473-2164. Alils-Chalmers engine for 13* Deep and Shallow Wells New and Used Florohome Hwy. 100 APPLY AT
Tractor.Pat Rai- 659.2165
Dickens
2tp 719NATIONAL ford 431-1000. ItchgWADSWORTHS' USED IMPORT CARS NATIONAL' PROTEIN INC.

Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT HAIFIED AUTO HI Acres

mortgage company Arena has SERVICEON IMPOITS, INC. Joins City Limits Rood 21 Hampton, Fla.
has two four bedroom 2 changed show time to every ALL MAKES 509 E. UniversityGainesville3724373 MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
bath homes for sale on 1/2 Friday nite 8 p.m. Barrel 2 Paved roads I
PHONE; 964.7061DURRANCE Tr : 8:00: A.M. TO 5:00: P.M.
1
acre wooded lots. Low down Racing. Everyone welcome.ItP Grade
payment. Call and see how BILL POWELL An Equal Opportunity Employer
easy It Is to own one of these BROKER I
homes. Call collect Ocala 622- PUMP & SUPPLY CO. Anson'. o o B Q B Q B OQI)080ll9aBB9aB9B) mUUl-B.B.a. 8 g
8118. tfchg HELP WANTED- Riders to There is plenty missing for 964-6464 53322)1COLORADO( I
J ax. Make up Car Pool. Phone Moved 5 Blocks North Mobil Homo. you and your family with

964-8891 or 964-6826. Up 864 N. Temple Ave I SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES out conditioning a Carrier system.central See air II I STARKE BUILDERS

FOR SALENice brick home Expando Rooms & Add us today during our fabu .
Central heat and air. Cornerlot. LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast On Rooms lous preseason pricebreaker 40 A Complete Building Service
ACRES $9,7501
1002 Palm St. Phone 964- with X-ll Diet Plan $3.00. INTERESTED IN' BUYINGOR Free Delivery and Set Up sale! ___ Phone 964-5270 21> H.: \\Xashmgton: .
5981 after 5 p.m. 2tp 7/19 REDUCE Excess Fluids with SELLING? 100 MILE RADIUS Cool. High Mountain Starke. I J'la.
X-Pel $3.00. Money Back
Guarantee at Koch Drug. 18tp CONTACT BANK FINANCINGHWY ''llLeG' IIlhl4, Valley. Within WalkIng CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL
I 11/8 17 NORTH Carrier eeunlunlm distance To The
GEORGE ROBERTS GREEN COVE 5/73 .1 { I{ ill r Rio Grande River. Fully "The No Wax Floor" $4'59Cnmolet.ly

i Tel. 284-5001 surveyed, and accessible. InstalleH r.nmpnre: At $6.50 PH $q. yd.
t HELP WANTED 1I ELECTRICAL WIRING and REAL ESTATE 264-7311 -
troubleshooting. SpecializingIn Charles $95 down, $95 monthly 6% BEAUTIFULLY
3-phase motors and con- Zlpper.rWayne Sawyer-Slade Gas SCULPTUREDHI
STEED
I I trols of 208V to 4160V. D.C. Douglas JIMMY MOORE'SS. LOW NYLONMany
I motors solid state D.C. Power Associates 332 W. Madison 911 W. 10th, Amarillo, Colon To Choose From
HELP WANTEDMaid at To- supplies and automatic .. Spits Starke, Fla. Texas 79101. Phone E..eda F.H.A. Spe.IfI..Uon.Compl..ly $6.91
; Rena Motel. No phone calls. speed controls. Contact PaulI. PHONE 961-7826
I UP Meng Star Rt., Hampton, 421 W. MADISON ST. MORE BOAT FOR 964-7701 806.376.86901 ltp-7/12 Inoall.d! Ov.r Rubber Pudding P" Sq. Yd.

I I Phone 468-1056 Up/7/12 YOUR MONEY SHAG

HELP WANTED- Man to mow Stake Ph. 964-5791. J00? Contlnuou. Fll. The CarP Wit The Now Loold!
Nylon
lawn and take care of yard.Stuckey's .
WE Now HAVE diamond nee. Your M.ny Colon To Choo. FromCompletely
-964-5044.- ,ltp Hwy. 301 North dies] for any make er model !Complete Outboard & Stern Phone 964-6061 SS\C' ::. "-' FREE ; In.t.Iled Over Rubber Paddlnu Pe Sq. Yd.Bill's $1.9S
stereo player. Dahmer's Real Estate Drive Service and Repair. : ESTIMATES

HELP WANTED: Part time Discount House tfchg BrokerBUY Complete Fiberglass Repair Ow t1' .
and full time service station Custom built Fiberglass
LICENSED:
attendants. Phone 964-8253. sub-contractor: electrician all types and -.SELL TRADE. Fishing Beats. C.B. Radio t Etluipl1lt'1I1!: |

Itp home remodeling work. Also APPRAISALSCall WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE 321 N. Temple Ave.
welding. Speedy service. 964- (Eitabluhed 1949) Stsrke Fl..
WANTEDSecretary: full Ph- 96483468361<
8087. 5tp 8/2
Bill Powell
time good pay benefits Apply 744 N. Thompson, StarkerVVarrc3ny Complete Line Of C.B. Radio
Bradford Agriculture MILLER IrtwiVOLKSWAGEN
Building 9 a.m. noon, before mobile MOBILE home home hurricane moving. Also anchoring 964-6464 ..//s As Important As Pr/ce/:/ EquipmentWe -

Employer.July 27. Equal Opportunity & mobile home roof 24 Mrs. A Day we've stood behind/ / both since 1949 .
Itp coating. Olin's Mobile Home O') Have AW Cobra, Brrnening & Tram
Service. 964-5606 Rt. 100 W.

HELP WANTEDWorking Starke Fla. tfchg "Home" Of The Magnetic Signs"
Building Superintendent to supervise RAY'S ELECTRIC
construction of a WANTEDUsed furniture refrigerators Keystone Hgts. New & Used 1-------------------I 72 Hour Service On All Magnetic Signs.
small warehouse In Starke. washers.-Dahmer's R.sl4.ntlalCommercial Sales Service VJ/J/! [
Call Collect 9043843483.Itp Discount (House tfchg t
Phone 782-3578 Or 782-3896 t
Industrial 1 Mi. North of the Mall
HOUSE PAINTING- Interior AAA Monitor Channel 13 GAINESVILLE P.O. Box 605 La\\tc>', Fla. I ACE Enterprise
HELP WANTED- Live In and & Exterior. Free estimates On C.B. Radios I
do light housework for elder-
freely given. First class HARDCOAT STUCCO
ly woman. Call 964-7020. Itp workmanship guaranteed. Licensed &> Bon t Electric (& Plumbing

I Contact Lonnie Roberts, Ral- Free EstimatePh. INSURANCEAT I SIMULATED BRICK
HELP WANTEDNow taking ford Fla. after 6 p.m. & 473-3681 REDUCED RATES I Repairs & Service Old & AVir Work
I applications for waitresses. weekends. 431-1768. 4tp 7/26 AUTO, FIRE, BOAT t "We Make House Calls t
Garden
Restaurant. 4tchg DOYLE E. CONNER Poles Installed
I 13t-9/6 Trailer Fairer
8/2 REDUCE safe & fast with No Job Too Small AGENCY I
INSURANCE ----------- ---------
HELP WANTEDQualified ter GoBese pills.Tablets" Andrews&E-Vap"wa-Pharmacy tchq 24 hr. Service 431-1000

Christian teachers for gradesI 5tp 7/12 COMPLETEHOUSE :: SUMMER SALE
-
2, and 3. Call 468-1666. :: CLEANING I 431-1200 961-H220
Hampton Fla. tfchg Job OpportunitiesCooks
United arm Inside & Out Boats.. & Troll ;Motors

NURSE with psychiatric and/ Agency, Inc STEAM CLEAN

I I or community experience. Apply 3eg. Real I Estate Broker Carpet Mildew&paint Floor Stripping Service Dishwashers Up To 2O% OffSUM'S
321 West Madison St.
,
Starke for Interview. 964- Paul & Irene Faulkner CALL EDDY HIPP ( *? ) TRACTOR CO.Telephone.
-' FISH fc STlFF.17JIJ'j7
8382. 3tchg 7/26 Associates PHONE 964.8359
206 S. Water Street 964-5771 uu 372-3464
.
HELP WANTED-FEMALE Before 8 A.M. after 4 P.M. : :
Starke, Fla. 964.5065 FARM I MACHINES::
ATTENTION
: PARTY PLAN-
Complete Janitorial
Our 26th YEAR Highest Com- WANT TO SELL OR iervlee u w v 21 KKYSTOM-: : in;TS.Delivered New & Used
missionslargest slectlon of RUY REAL ESTATE?
toys & gifts! Over 300 best- Call Us For Best Prices BOYD SKRVIfF: 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441
selling Items In a Full Color Prospects Waiting no ov to"o"v"o"o
Catalog. Call or write SAN- tfchgeel GAINESVILLE. FLA.
TA'S PARTIES, Avon, Conn. A.A. MEETING Ilhp-
06001. Phone 1 i 'V
ALSO BOOKING 2036733455.PARTIES! I-O FRIDAY NIGHT .. ..... .. .e/aaaa .. I. Mn, ,mud 0.-...... "Where Service Is The Better Idea"Male

4tp 7/26 LONG CHAMPHome 8:30: P.M. RestaurantGOOD

WANTEDLiveIn house- and building 309 N. CHERRY ST. PAY
keeper for Keystone Heightsarea "Materials AND BENEFITSPaid

quarters family.and salary.Separate Ph.living 473- -WE BUILD Want To Drink, That's Vacations ... ..fi. are., PV.M LJ'd24x52.3 .

354 O. Itp Your Business : HELP WANTEDSouthern
"Your Plans Or Ours Paid Holidays

Your Lot Or Ours." Want To Stop. That's Our Group Insurance

AUTOMOBILES FREE ESTIMATES Business Profit Sharing Br 1Y2 Baths and Utility Room

USED Remo".linll' Repairs UniformsAnd( Wood PiedmontBultlvtin.

Additions Mane Others $6 995 Set up and
Homes Bought Sold SEWINGMACHINE ,
FOR SALE1971 Dodge Po- TradedACREAGE Apply In Person At Fla.
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lara P.S., A/C. 30,000 miles OLIN'S MOBILE HOME SALES
FOR SALE
excellent condition. Small equity HOLIDAY INN IIWY. IOU W.- STARKE 964-5606
take over payments. Ph. "-6153
Sales and Service
473-3389. lip Hwy. 301 S. Stok. TF OF STARKE OMO O' O OnOnOwO O'
PFAFF ELNA
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FOR SALECompact 1972 Vega New Home Between 8 A.M. 5 P.M. I ? WAYNESPEED
GT a door Hatch back I FACTORY HELP NEEDED
coupe A/C, wide oval tires POULTRY; EQUIP: OF WHITE SHOP
standard transmission 1
4-speed, dark metallc green.18,000 ALL KINDS.R. $49.50 up Riley Owen Joist of Florida, Inc. needs dependable, able 1 2Mi. .AI. On 16 9i424t('

miles.Want small Never equity.been damaged.Call 496- Q. Simmons Parts & Repairs on I bodied factory help. No experltnce necessary. I All Name Brand Speed Equip.
all other molt.. Co.Drireiraya I
Itp machinesNATIONAL Paving .
4412 after 5 p.m. Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits.
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FOR SALE1962 Cadillac Equip II I I/ult'rs Il"

good condition, electric good 317 E Brownlee St. I IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY AT I 1I,1fl1lIIokJr
tires heated newly painted. Starke Fla. Lots
Parking 1
Good 8332.Radio.19 $500. Phone 964- .... 611 W. Univ. Ave. OWEN JOIST ".;,nlI'r/ ..._ tV* 1\ 11..1"11I_
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Phone 964-6819 Gainesville, Fla. Day 473-2127
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FOR SALE OR TRADE1967four tfchg 378-1355 Nights 473-2102 I AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER ,
/ & r'.tlvllirwti; '
door economy car. A/C "
Tape deck, will trade for fold I'.O.DniHt-rF, I Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday --- -- ---- ----
down camper. $700 value no MARTIN CAMPERSU.S. 1 1 Crane: Catus: fc Custom Wheels/ Carters:
reasonable offer refused.964- CARL BEGGS 1I
7955. Itp 90 West. Loke City Ks', stUllt' Mite.. I 7:00 A.M. To 5:00: P.M. 1 &. Holly, Carl: *
Gulf Service Phone 752-3723
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FOR SALE71 Vega Hatchback For Best Selection Of Fla. Shifters Ity Mr. Casket; ,

A/C. 4 Speed $250 TRAVEL TRAILERS TF PINEHURST inly, 8 Hurst
& take payments of $51. Call USEDPARTS MINI-HOMES ..("" """'" ..
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964-6116. Itp And Store '- M:;..-, ...". '
TRUCK CAMPERSAND Grocery Variety
TOPPERSFull r S SAVE s-i n __

Line Of Parts And FRED DAVIS WE HAVE MOST COMPLETE

MOTORCYCLESFOR FABRIC AND NOTIONS SHOPIN
1
For Most Makes (Of Cars Service Tr BUICK PONTIAC .i r
GMC TRUCKS STARKE ;

?4 Hr. Wrecker Service ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. A LITTLE RIDE CAN Also Complete Line Of Hardware & Drapery SuppliesHwy. ,.

SALE1970 350 Kawasaki Hwy. 301 N. Waldo File Folders complete line office SAVE YOU A LOrI ;-?J 100 East Store Hours 7.11
$350. 431-1176. 2tp Phone 468.1998 supplies.The Telegraph GREEN COVE SPRINGS Of Stark 7 Days a Week
7/19 Phone 9646305. M. .rr



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