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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 19, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No. 49 Thursday) July 19, 1973 Copy




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In a unanimous vote the City Coun-

., t 4 GIVES EMERGENCY cil Tuesday night approved placing the

issue of changing Starke's charter to

EMPLOYEE PAY INCREASEAll provide for an appointive city manageron

the September election ballot.
city employees were given an "emergencycost
of living" salary Increase of 5 1/2 per cent Tues- The motion was made by Councilman -

day night effective with this week's payroll. Charles Schaefer following the pre-

The motion was made by Councilman Charles Schae- sentation of a petition signed by 431

fer, seconded by Vernon D. Sllcox and carried un- city residents requesting a referendumon
animously. Schaefer said the spiraling cost of living
made the action necessary Immediately, without waiting the issue. The motion was secondedby

for the new budget year. Councilman Neil Tucker and unanimously
.. Dampier local resident, was shaken Replacing the pole and working the accident In answer to a question. City Clerk Merrill Ed-

up Monday when her cor was forced off SR took the Florida Highway Patrol and crow from wards said the city's payroll currently runs about approved with all councilmen
$420,000 annually, and estimated that the raise would present except Chairman Jimmy McRae.
100 south of Starke and clipped a power pole. both Clay Electric and Florida Power. Increase It about $2 000 month.
The raise is'across the board" and affects em- One A. Wiggins presided in McRae's

ployees of all city departments Including fire, police, absence.

... utility, and city hall.Bantam. .. .... _
in presenting we petition Pierce pointed out that a charter -
and making his motion,Schae- change must be done by ,
6 Hurt In 5Six
Accidents All-Stars fer said, "This government ordinance and that no such ordinance -
Play belongs to the people and they had been preparedfor
have entrusted us with this action by the Council. lie

persons, including an Mrs. Freddie Driscoll, 33, struck a fence In front of ed and released Friday from In ParkThe government as elected offi was Instructed to prepare the
11-year-old girl in a bike- was treated and released from Carradine's Leather Shop and BCH after Gray's 1973 Ford Monday Orange cials. I believe that enought necessary ordinance for presentation -
car accident, received minor Bradford County Hospital turned over on its left side. ran off SR-1001.3 miles west people have signed this petition at a special council
injuries In five automobile when her 1971 Ford ran off of Starke, hit a power pole, Starke Recreation DeMembers of the All Star requesting a referen- meeting set for 6 p.m.Thurs-
accidents in the county July SRS-229 Brownlee Road) at timated Damage at to$250.the fencewases-The and turned over on Its top. partment Bantam League All Team are Dinky Kilby, Randy dum on the question for this day, July 19, when It will be
13-17, according to the Florida 1:45 a.m. Tuesday.Mrs.Dris total loss. car wasa Damage to the power pole Star Baseball team will tra- Edmonson, Ricky Edmondson. council to approve putting the read the necessary three
Patrol. coll with driv- issue to a vote at the next times, and voted on.
Highway was charged Kenneth Wayne Gray 26 owned by Clay Electric was vel to Orange Park Monday Jeffrey Neel, Lawrence Pa-
of Harvey
On recommendation -
ing while under the influenceof take the Bel-Med regular city election.
night to on
and Ernest A. Varnes 23 estimated at $300. The car
,
intoxicating beverages by American All Star team See Page 6)) Henann, the city's fiscal
Florida Highway PatrolmanK. both of Starke, were treat- was a total loss. City Attorney George agent, the Council voted to

WomanKilled G. Etheridge, Investigating employ an analyst to study
officer. The accident occurred V the city's utility rate struc-
1.3 miles west of ture and make recommendations -
Starke. Welfare Fraud Charged 4 for increases that Hen
Mrs. Delores Dampier, 31, ann said were necessary to
who lives on SR-100 south meet the city's financial ,
of Starke was shaken but not needs. Henann said that rates
injured Monday when her 1969 appeared to be too low in

Oldsmobile was forced off SR- Two defendants pled guilty Troy Grizzell, charged with and lascivous behavior. William Lee Maddox petit Darrell Griffis, aggravated some areas and that only an
In RenoA 100 Into the ditch check of assaul analyst could tell where revisions -
ran and and one not guilty to fraud- issuing a worthless William Heaton using inde- larceny-
clipped off a power pole. ently receiving welfare fundsIn $23.10, fined $26 and orderedto obscene and Bernard Carter, failed to are necessary to meet
cent language
William Kenneth Sumpter, Plea Day in County Court make restitution. or Randal, Lee Canterbury, pesurrender driver's license the needs of rising salaries,
41-year-old Starke wo- 31, Keystone Heights, was Tuesday afternoon before Walter J. Brown four reckless display of firearm. tit larceny. and registration. future Improvements, and

man, Aretha Martin Humph charged by Trooper Etheridgewith County Judge Elzie Sanders.It worthless checks, three of $2 other expenses.In .
ries, was shot to death Sat- Improper change of lane and one $5, fined $16 In each other action the Council:
urday, July 14, in John Per- or course. Mrs. Dampier was is the first time cases case or two days in county -Received from the City
kins Juke on Oak Street In following Sumpter's car; both of welfare fraud have been jail in each case If he fails Bills Clerk a list of offices to be
the Reno section of Starke. were behind a slow vehicle. prosecuted In Bradford County to pay fine. City Dispute filled in the September elec-
tion: two councilmen, a chiefof
Mrs. Dampier started to pass, One case Involved food Eddie Wright worthless
Mrs. Humphries, a widow, Sumpter didn't see her and stamps and three welfare check of $79.49, fined$26 plus police, and a city clerk.
dead-on-ar- out to restitution of check 10 Qualifying time for candidates
was pronounced swung pass, forcingthe funds. or
rival at Bradford County Hospital Dampier car off the left The cases were brought days In the county Jail If he starts Monday and ends three
with one bullet from a side of the road. Into court by County Attor- falls to pay fine weeks prior to the election.
.22 caliber pistol in her head. Pamela Marie Davis, 11, ney Gene Shaw at the request Eugene Underhill, assault -Referred to Don Ruckman,
Disrupts Hampton of the city's engineering firm
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of the Bradford County and battery, a pre-sentence ,
Charged with first degree Isham Davis of Starke, was Welfare Department.Mrs.Janet Investigation was ordered. the question of whether the
murder in the 11:10: a.m. Sat- treated and released from Powell, supervisor of the Darrell Griffis. improper sewer line to serve the future
urday fatal shooting Is Aaron BCH after her bicycle swerv- exhibition of dangerous weapon Community Bank building
Anderson,. 56, a parolee from ed into the side of a 1973 local welfare, said cases of pre-sentence Investigation dispute is currently ragingIn and Dennison voting against. sler said, had stated they could be changed from location -
Florida State Prison. Ander- Plymouth driven by Nick Grifh persons illegally receiving was ordered. Hampton about whether two Councilman Hank Lott was not would stay In the meeting all along U. S. 301 to a
son previously was charged a of Rt. 2. The mishap occurred welfare funds are being Investigated Defendants pleading not city councilmen should be paid present. night until the bills were paid. connection with a line on Ed-
In future
with second degree murder as the Plymouth ap- and will the guilty are as follows: for work they did for the city, Finally five minutes before wards Road. The request for
be Chairman Glover did
prosecuted. or whether the work Is un- midnight Chairman Glover, approve change was made by Sen.
for which he served 11 yearsin proached the bicycle from behind Milton D. Carter, worthless of what he
authorized.At Councilman Trisler and Clerk payment Charley Johns and the bank'sarchitect
prison. Out on parole he on SR-100 near the south Mary Ann Pittman pleaded check of $200.Howard termed "contract bills" at
had been a model prisoner Starke city limits, accordingto Norman worthless Trisler left the meeting. Cur- Frank George.
receiv- ,
guilty to fraudently the July 10 council meeting the June 10 meeting. Those
tis Dennison Clerk Trf- -Ruckman also promised an
until Saturday's Incident, according Trooper Etheridge. The check of$5. and ,
ing $34 and a presentence investigation Chairman and acting mayor, bills Included mowing done by
early report pending receiptof
,
to the Bradford office bike swerved Into the car. has been ordered. Frank Wilford, allowing vicious Pat Glover refused to pay Councilman Trisler's son, Information elevations
of the Florida Probationand Grlffls was not charged In dog which attacks to run Councilman Buck Dennison garbage pick up by W.C. Bar- on ,
Parole Commission. the accident. Doris Robinson charged at large. $92 and Councilman Ted Cur- Rain FallsSteadily nes, and the salary of Mar- concerning KOA sewer connectionsfor
the (Kampgrounds of
Richard Steven Coyle, 20, with welfare fraud for illegally Lit Phillips, worthlesscheck 1 tis $80 who billed the council shall Hershel Parker. America)
Anderson turned himself in Gainesville, was treated and receiving $84, appeared in of $3.68.Michael for maintenance work they now under construc-
to Starke police after the released from BCH last Friday court without an attorney. Eugene York,inter- and two helpers had done. The Clerk Trisler pointed out tion on 301 South.
shooting. Anderson phoned the July 13, after he lost Judge Sanders ordered a pub- fering with an officer In line practice has been going on these were contracted Jobs, -Awarded a job for fenc-
police station from the store, control of his 1973 Rambleron lic defender appointed and of duty. for years, with Dennison and the mowing and garbage collection ing the city's maintenance
then waited in a school bus US-301 a mile south of postponed the plea. Troy R. King, assault and Curtis cleaning ditches, pat- which the council has yard with 9 gauge chain link
at the Bradford School Board'sbus Lawtey. The Rambler ran off Eva Lou Whittle pled not battery. ching roads, cleaning city hall, On CountyAn already approved. Marshall fence to Durrance Construction -
barn on E. Palmetto the pavement and onto the guilty to Illegally receiving James Monroe Carlton, disposing etc... Parker's salary was paid Co. of Jacksonville, who
Street. He offered no resistance median of the four-lanedhlgh- $267 In welfare funds. of property under lien. since he Is an elected official had the low estimate of $3-
when taken into custody way, back across the north Emma De Poe pled not guilty Walda Lou Burris, l lewd and The council had previously average of 2.6 Inchesof Miss Trisler said. She 778.54.
by Starke Patrolman bound traffic lane. It then to welfare fraud and frau- lascivious behavior. paid the bills submitted. rain fell on Bradford County's also pointed out that all coun- -Approved the transfer ofa
Denton DeVoe. dently obtaining food stamps. Joyce Ann Owens, lewd and Authorization came after the three fire towers duringthe cilmen, Including Curtis and local cab service from T.
Other defendants pleading lascivious behavior work was completed on the week of July 8-15, accordIng uennison, were, paid their A. Patrick, who gave ill healthas
Perkins place was closed guilty: Jessie Vernon Griffis, lewd vote of Dennison, Curtis, and to the Florida Divisionof regular salary of $10 per his reason for giving it
down and his business license Prison FiresDeliberate i Councilman Hank Lott. Forestry headquarters on meeting. up to John Fuqua who has
Tuesday night by the SR-100 west of Starke. service station adjoiningthe
lifted a
But on July 10 Chairman Dennlson made a motion not
city council After an earlier Heaviest rainfall occurredat bus station, and will operate -
Glover termed the bills from to pay the other bills, since
ri8 Perkins' place on 116 Gets Curtis and Dennison un authorized the Santa Fe tower on US- he and Curtis were not paid the taxi from that location -
In which Cleo Mc Speeder Clerk Bonnie Trlsle 301 south of Starke on Friday, for their work. Curtis seconded :
Neil was killed, the council, Approximately $28,000 In said she and Glover consultedan July 13, when three Inches of that motion. But It,
at the request of Reno residents property damage, mostly raw attorney, who told them the water fell. A total of 5.7 too, ended in a 2-2 tie when
lifted Perkins' business materials, was caused by a city is not required to pay Inches of rain fell at the Chairman Glover and Coun-
permit.But fire In the warehouse area Fine Day In Jaillid an unauthorized bill. Work Louis Hill Tower at HIghland cilman Trisler opposed. 5FFA
of the Florida State Prison and Dennison and 1.4 Inches at the
Curtis
two weeks later, on May tobacco factory about 5:28 p. done by the clerk New River at the Forestry The storm still rages in
17, the council reissued the m. Friday July 13. A one day term In the Brad inspection certificate $21 Is unauthorized, Headquarters Hampton over the Curtis and Members
license when Perkins appealedto and Improper tag, says. Dennison Issue, Clerk Trlsle
or 2 days,
ford County Jail and $101 WPXE of SR-
a Radio Station
G. S. Fortner, prison superintendent
the city and was Joined by said Tuesday. Residents At O'Lenu
; 2
the fine was handed Tuesday $26 or days. "Hampton has never beena 100 south of Starke recorded
fire
said
,,
appeared
several friends. Residentswho Rudett Willie Johnson, unlawful have chosen sides, Miss Tris-
to have started in two morning In traffic court to business, the city govern- 1.4 Inches of rain of Julyl 13
had asked that the licensenot separate parts of the ware- Paul Joe I Hodge for unlawful speed $46 or 4 days. ment has never worked as it and .38 Inches on July 15. ler says, "there are very Five Bradford FFA members -
be reinstated were also few ducks sitting on the this
:l.Uss Trisler stated. are week attending
speed of 116 mph In a 65 Smith should, IIQ reported about
present at the May 17 meet- house, and is believed to have Helena Courington Forestry fence." the Florida Division of For-
mph zone on SR-100. She added that proper proce- half-inch of rain In Starke
said Perkins been deliberately set. unlawful speed $36 or 3 days.
council
-
Ing, but the dure would be for the council and south of Starke on Mon- estry's 39th Annual Forestry
had a right to earn a About $21.000 of the total Hodge Starke was senten- Robert Earl Hall, violationof to approve work to be done 16 and Hampton Senior Citizen'sClub Training Camp at 0'Lena State
living and gave the license% loss was damage to raw materials ced by dtountyJudge Elzie Sanders right-of-way, $36 or 3 days. hv Curtis and Dennlson. day and Tuesday, July some 20 strong, attend- Park.
back on grounds that Perkins In the factory Including during Plea Day proceedings 17.County the council meetings enmasse Selected to represent their
run an orderly establishment tobacco, packaging materials Tuesday in County Court. William Arlen Gay, careless The July 10 meeting lasted average for the and are supporting; Councilman FFA chapter are Paul C.Hut-
and other supplies. It Other driving, $26 or 2 days. until midnight with the argue- week, as reported by the For- Curtis and Dennison The chins. Jr., David Baldree
cases follows
are as : Service 2.6 in-
about 2 1/2 hours ment over the payment of the estry was Hampton Baptist Church is Mike Cole
required of William Randy Chesser
Enoch Jr. Strong valid David Padgett,
night after no Total
But Tuesday ches. monthly average
said of the
not to
The meet- approve
the bills ending. and Albert
blaze never Batten.
to bring
fire-fighting driver's license continued to careless driving, $36 or 3days.
Mrs. Humphries' murder, the through July 15 is 3.4 Inches, practice of paying unauthorized -
adjourned, a The
never Is
under control. Ing was the nation'slargest
camp
later trial. .
fourth shooting scrape and..- still 7.47 Inches behind the 50
l bills the clerk ,
says
motion for adjournment falling and oldest In which
Harvey John Moll failureto Tillman Richardson Improper -
Fortner expressed for July of 10.87
appreciation year average
death In four months in In a tie,with Councilman Ralph although church members forest conservation and
CQDd to the Bradford Coun- have vehicle under control, backing, $36 or 3 days. Inches. man-
936 or 3 days Trisler and Chairman Glover agement are taught to vo-
(Sea PaC.ii.-7)) (See Page 5)) Ronald Lloyd Byers, no va- (See Page 7)) voting to adjourn and Curtis (See Page 5)) (See Page 5)) !ag students.






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Annivcrsorl Parties Birthday I fYlte g7q7 / raY. rte Jf CJr/U"u" # Club Wedding Personal Meetings


Birth
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First Baptists First Baptists Champion Home Want To Keep Your Cool?

Gives ReceptionFor : Entertain For Scene Of Cookout

New Pastor
Mr. Mr George Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cham-
j
pion were hosts at a cov-
Members of the First Bap- .n Mr. and Mrs. William ered dish dinner Sunday hon
tist Church honored their new George were honored on their oring Mr. and Mrs.John Peterson l.da.
pastor, Rev. Ben Bryant and 25th wedding anniversary who are moving from a
family with a reception Sun- Wednesday evening, July 11, Neptune Beach back to their
day, July n the church in the First Baptist, Church home In Liberal, Mo. The M
Hail
Fellowship Fellowship Hall. dinner also honored the birth-

The cake table and two punch days of Mr. Champion and : ,Nr
Mrs. L.A. Canova greeted tables were covered with satin his grandson Tim Thomp / t nv
guests at the door and stand- and lace cloths. The cake son.Those
Ing in the receiving line were table was centered with a attending were Mr.
Mrs. Eugene Tanner, presi- two-tiered cake with white and Mrs. W. B. Thompson of
dent of WMS; Rev. and Mrs. columns topped with the let- Ocala Mr. and Mrs. Don I
Bryant and children Deborah ters "25" in silver Champion and family, Mrs. :
BenJI, Andrew and Matthew; Mrs. Eugene Tanner greeted Elsie Hartmann, Mr.and Mrs.
William George, Minister of guests at the door and Herb Nelson and Mr.and Mrs.
Music, and Mrs. George; and presented them to the receivIng Buddy, Garbett, of Keystone
Paul Carter, chairman of line composed of Mr. and Heights; Mr. and Mrs. Billy
Board of Deacons. Dean Thompson,Melrose;Mr.
Mrs. George and their children -
OsborneTanner and Mrs.Francis Radkle,Chi-
PrevattWheelerDate 7
David, Ellen, Tracy and
cago, HI; Mr. and Mrs. Harry -
Mrs. Don Neel and Mrs. Wed 28 Denny.
To Sept Announced Purvis and son, Gainesville;
Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr. cut
Robert Allen kept the guest Miss Janelle Thompson Jacksonville -
the cake and assisted in
book. was .T
and Kitty Hazen of
Mrs. Armontlne Parrish Os- serving it by Mrs.E.W.Hodges Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pre- Starke. ;
The cake table was covered borne of Lake Butler an- and Mrs. Robert Mllner. vatt, Jr. of Lawtey announcethe
with a white satin cloth edgedIn nonces the engagement and Presiding at the punch bowls engagement and approachIng -
Chantilly lace and centered approaching marriage of her were Mrs. Wilbur Waters, marriage of their daughter Mr. and Mrs. McRae
with an arrangement of sum- daughter, Linda to James Mrs. Mervin Jackson, Mrs. Norma Jean, to Richard
mer flowers. Wayne Tanner, son of Mr. William Schultz. Mrs. Grefl-- Robert Wheeler, son of Mr. To Be Honored On COOL IT WITH COTTON SHADES means of dividing indoors and out. The
and Mrs. Carl Tanner of Pro- ory Alvarez, Mrs. Mark Mil- and Mrs. Harry L. Wheelerof Save on air-conditioning costs this sumshade can be pulled down to shield the
vidence. ner and Miss Carol Hardy. Mt. Clemons, Mich. mer with cotton window shades. Studies room from the hot midday sun, or raised
The punch tables were cov- Mrs. Mary Jo Evans kept the 50th Anniversary show they keep out the heat and can refor easy access to swimming. Cotton-
ered with white satin cloths The wedding will be event guest book. The wedding will take placeat duce air-conditioners' drain on power by covered floor-to-ceiling panels on eitheras
and centered with crystal an Others assisting in serv- Pine Level Baptist Churchat much as 50 percent.In this beach house side of the window act as connecting links
punch bowls encircled with of Sept. 28 Providence at 8:00 p.m. at ing were Mrs. Don Neel,Mrs. 7:30: p.m., Friday, Aug. Mr. and Mrs. Russell S. a ceiling-hung shade laminated with a to matching tie-back curtains.
the Old
Baptist McRae will be honored at
geometric cotton print provides a flexible
summer flowers. 10, with
Bobby Allen Mrs. George a reception follow-
Church In Providence, with a their golden
Pierce, Mrs. E. D. Tenly, ing at the home of Rev. and a reception on
Presiding at the punch tables reception following In the Club Jr., Mrs. Ermle Jones, Mrs. Mrs. Gary Wheeler. wedding innlversary on Sun- Cotton window shades have drain on power for air-con- ical energy supply there's
House in Providence.All .
were group leaders and past Elmer Lewis, Mrs. Dolph All friends and relativesare day, July 22, between the become so highly decorativethat ditioning, homemakers mightdo the extra bonus of personal
of the WMS. Wives friends and relatives are hours 2 and 5 p.m. In St. their savings that result from
of well
presidents Reddish, Mrs. Nell Crawford, Invited to attend.! some major to include window
of the active deacons servedas cordially Invited to attend. Mrs. David Canova Mrs.Paul Mark's Episcopal Church parish benefits are often overlooked shades in their summer dec- lower utility bills
Clothvmdow shades have
floor hostesses. Others ,##." ,,-,,##. ,,##.,.. Carter, Mrs. Donald Carter, Officers ElectedBy house on Church Street. Chief. among these is the orating Studies schemes.show that shades long been noted for their
Jo
assisting were Mrs. Mary
Mrs. Bobby Taylor, Mrs. Dan ability to keep household
Evans, Mrs. E.C. Long, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Greene Roznowskl, Mrs. J. T. Pre- Friends Of All friends and relativesare make contribution to shades electrical can keep out summer heat and furnishings and even wood
conserving can reduce airconditioners'power
Myrtice Nichols, Mrs. William and son Curtis,have returned vatt Jr. and Mrs. Charles cordially invited to at- power.. With the onset of usage by as much as floors from fading
Haas, and Mrs. Thomas from two weeks vacation at Francis. tend. summer fast approaching 50 percent. Besides helping Available in both custom
Williams. Chattanooga Tenn. and the Mr. and Mrs. George received The LibraryMrs. and bringing with it a heavy to conserve the nation's crit and stock shades is. a wide
Approximately 150 guests Smoky Mountains. They also a silver warming trayas variety of color ,
called between 3:30 and 5 p.m.Lrwuwmnwmawwna. spent last Saturday at Day- a memento of the occasIon Gus Kopelousos was
tona Beach. elected president of the

.. '--- ... A Approxlmately 150 guests Friends of the Library at DENMARK'S FURNITURE
attended between the hours the annual meeting Monday
7:15: and 8:15: p.m. night June 18, in the Brad-

ford Mrs.County Wayne Library.Whlffen was 964-5827 434 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.

Legion Post 56 elected vice-president and
Mrs. Henry T. Godwin was

morgasbord Will/ Install re-elected. secretarytreasurer. a

New 0 meersTheannuallnsta11atlon During the meeting, presided -
over by the outgoing pre-

"ALL YOU CARE TO EAT" of officers sident Certificates, Mrs. of Brian Appreciation Hamilton, : '
for 1973-74 will beheld
were presented to the following -
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clockIn
BANQUET FACILITIES the American Legion Post for services rendered *
home on Edwards Road. Fourth to the library:
** ***** *** district area commander Senior Citizens Club of .

COCKTAILSSummer James installing E.officer.Cruce will be the Sigma Starke-Bradford Phi Sorority CountyBeta, S.G. ,,:fJ:; "Where You Find Friendly Service &
)
The following American Legion Denmark, Employees of the ; ,
hours officers will be Installed Maintenance Department of A Personal/ Interest In All Their Customers1Only

11AM-2:30PM & 4:30PM-8:30PM Mon Sat Post Commander, Thomas F. the City Club of of Starke Starke.Brad-, JuniorWoman's
Howell FlrstVlce-Comman-
11:30AM 8:30PM on SUNDAY der, Bryce; C. Titus; Finance ford County Telegraph, Radio 2 9 Drawer 1 Only
Officer, X.M.Smith;Chaplain Station WPXi:, City Councilman Bahama
John F, Crews of Starke, County Com- Lounges
FEATURING EVERY WEEK-END Claudia ; Sergeantatarms Historian missioners of Bradford County Triple Dresser & Mirror
Perry -
John B. Crew;; Service Starke Rotary Club, Mrs. Ideal For Lake Cottage Cannot
Match
Friday-Alaskan King Crab Claws Adjutant Richard B '(Pete)" John Sanders of the Bradford Reg. Use As Extra BedS9"
Witt. County Library Building Com $ 13995
Reg
Saturday-Steak Ladles are Invited dress mittee, Bradford County Library 95 .
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casual. Board,Girl Scout Troop Close Out $69

Sunday. Turkey & Dressing 7:30:Dinner will be served at 614 and, Guaranty Mrs. Lila Federal Rae Savings Yawn Close Out $9995

& Loan Association. -

a11l1Ii,1111hiSPeSweden ., ,. ,, ,., ,,. The Friends at the meet- Odd
# #" # # ## # Pad & Cover
Ing agreed to give the library Ironing Salem Chest
the I ii III $550 for the purchase of an Maple
Attending Girl Scourt Camp extension to the check-out
Ip & Chowenwaw, near Green Cove desk and the remainder to Sets $100 Priced From
/ Springs, for two weeks are: be used to purchase books, $4995
House A Andrea Eaves, Patti Mullins, using proceeds from the mem-
vVce IL 'J &o"O.111111. Janet Teresa and Gerri bership drive and the book Decorative Only 1 Slightly Used
/
& Boyce, Diane Crews, Joyce sale.
.... ." and Irene Wainwright Dale Refreshments were served Pole Lamps
and Diana Rouse,Marlynn Pa- following the business Formica Top Marble Finish
2400 S.W. 13th St. at Btvus GardtisGainew tray, Marlene Dawson, and meeting. Blue, Red & Amber Shades

ille. Fin. 376-8257 Michelle Sapp.Iftftftooftnnonnftnonnftooo. Judy ReddingTo Reg On Each Lamp Dinette Table


ftftOftftftOOftOftftftftftftftftOftftDDDDDDftDDDftDDDDDDDD DI( Wed Mr. Osteen S1695' Close Out 1295 36x36x42 $1995

Louln II. Redding of Law-
tey announces the engage- 2 PC. Tuxedo Style Used

SALE ment of his daughter, Judy Double Size
d3 Marie, to Jimmie Osteen, son Sofa Bed Suite
of Mr. and Mrs. James Os- Innerspring Mattresses
2 teen of Macclenny.The Blue Velvet

August wedding 17 at 8 will p.m.take In place the Reg. S21995, Sale $ 189 95 From

Evergreen Missionary Bap- $500
VAN H. PRIEST tist Church, Lawtey.
The bride-elect is also the Only 1 1 Of a Kind
daughter of the late Mrs.Jew-
3ctoSl r ell Redding. Spanish Sofa & Chair Table LampsRed
All friends and relatives are

Fri&Sat. invited to attend.Birthday & Black W/Dark Wood Trim Regularly Priced From s995 s3995

July20&21MATERIAL I Party Reg. $299" Close Out From


r, II For Robyn BryantRobyn Close Out S24995 695 $2995


All ALL AS 4 : Kelli Bryant cele- 4 Used 1 Only

urday. Turquoise Supported Vinyl
r
CLOTHING'S for her little friends from 2 Sofas
to 4 p.m. at the home of her Sofa Matching ChairFoam
in store in store parents, Mr. and Mrs. RayE. 2 Vinyl Covers 2 Fabric Covers
1 must Bryant on Highway IS.Eaat. Rubber
Cushioned
goVfeoff Coil
must go After enjoying games, refreshments Springs I

". were served by Reg. Slightly Damaged
Mrs. Bryant and the mothersof
Vzoffi the chllren attending. Priced From S1995 l389" Close Out 28995


large large selection 5" C Jr. Club/ Officers 1 Only
5 PC.
Samsonite
election of men, women Enjoy CookoutThe French Provincial

large of & children I Bridge Set Bedroom Suite
selections new officers of the Junior Triple
cotton summer clothes G Woman's Club had a cook- Tables &
Folding 4 Chairs
of double' out Saturday evening at the Folding Dresser Chest 8. Chalrback Bed
remnants Other & a home of Mrs. J. C, Dukes,
:j knits president. Reg. 319s Cherry Finish
Items sale The 12 attending, including
on
officers and their husbands, Reg.S5675 Sale $3995 Close Out
$27995
1_JUUIM. J- .* '* *. -"-*. B 8B a gB B Qa 8 g a B o B a fl B t Ris o oaoojyf enjoyed the cookout on the
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DUPLICATE BRIDGE Mr. and Mrs. J. Huston .rlf. Nora Price and Charles Francis underwent
McClane of Green Bay, Wls. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Strick- Katherine Fruln of Roberts- knee surgery last Friday in
CLUB RESULTS Mrs. G. E. McGauley of Adrienne and Drew Barry Mrs. Agnes Heath of Fort dale, Ala. are visiting their the Gainesville Medical Cen-
with
Sun-
two weeks land of Lake
Mrs. Edward Burns and are spending Palatka spent Wednesday to spent Thursday Saturdayat Lauderdale Mrs. War- City; were this
Mrs. Dewey sister, Mrs. Vergle Flynn ter.
Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs.
her day guests
Parker the parents with her son-in-law Daytona Beach as guestsof
Mrs. J. C. were Saturday ren of Waycross, and Mr. and week.
Sr., and sister F.W. Strickland.
winning couple at Duplicate George Flynn Ann and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mrs. Richard Ray and sons Mrs. Myrtle Anderson returned -
Bridge Club Tuesday night. Mrs. Betty Phillips. Charles Hardy and family.Dr. Stockton and Jay. of Paducah .,
They were met at the air- son. Ky are stayingat Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson, Mrs. H. C. Beall of Macon Saturday after three
Mrs. J. D. Odom Jr. and Mr. and the J.S. Sapp home and Lawson Ga. Is visiting her mother, weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Lex Green were second port Mrs. Bill Saturday McClane by and children and Mrs. D. W. Whif- Mrs. Fred Bennett and Jeff visiting their mother, Mrs. and family of Jerry Fort Walton Mrs. J. L. Gentry, from Edward Schwab at Merritt is-
and G. G. Wrenshall and Ger- of Jacksonville and fen returned Saturday after Moore took Mrs. Bennett's Sapp, In Bradford County; Hos- Beach, and Mrs. Peggy Ben- Wednesday to Sunday. land.
ald Hart were third. attending the National Opto- grandchildren, Grog and pital.
to Starke where the nett of Colorado Springs, Colo.
brought metric convention in San Athena Moore back to their '
McClane children, Courtneyand Francisco, Calif., June 25 to home InSallsburg,N.C.Tues- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hamilton spent last week at Disney
will also be World Busch Gardens.
Beau guestsof and
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Welch pw.mps July 2 and two weeks tour- day after two weeks visit with and children of Madison
for the
-
and children have returnedto Mrs. remainder Ing In Canada.Judge the Bennetts. Mrs. Bennett
Heights, Va. will be weekend
of the week. Amy and Erin Lobb of Aurora -
their home In Monroe La. and Jeff also spent three daysIn guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sher- WITH
Mrs. Welch and childrenhave George L. Patten Is the Smoky Mountains.LTC rod Hamilton. 111. were Monday and
been visiting her par- recuperating at his home In Tuesday guests of their cou-
Timmy Harper, son of Mr.
ents, Dr. and Mrs. O. L. and Mrs. Wayne Harper un- Starke after undergoing sur- and Mrs. V. J. Spongier Mrs. Barney McRae and sins, Mr. and Mrs. David THIS
and
Montgomery family.
Haynes, Jr., for three weeks, derwent a tonsllectomy last gery recently In North Florida and family were Sunday Mrs. Betty; Crawford visited
and Mr. Welch Joined the family week In the North Florida Regional Hospital dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley at Merritt Island -
over the weekend. The Regional Medical Center In Gainesville.Mrs. Mrs. Joe Bettes In St. Augustine on Sunday and Monday. the Old 1VmE/l AD !
Welch family will move to Gainesville.Mrs. Charles Hewett and and also visited Mrs. ..
Savannah, Ga. next week. daughters of Chattahoochee R. L. Spengler In Flagler Local admittances to Brad- r.c"' ""'>' -. >,, <

Mrs. W. T. Jordan of Free-; W. T. Jackson and visited her parents, Mr. and Memorial Hospital. ford County; Hospital this week .. .;
daughter Becky toured Cen- Mrs. Bryan Erwin, at the Include: Mrs. Martha Sun- ; \ I ABRG8x10
port, La. is spending two Mrs. E. K. Perryman, who dem
Mrs. Patsy Halsten,
State Farm from Tuesday to
tral Florida last I
Wednesdayto
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. was confined In Riverside Mrs. Jessie Roddy,Mrs.Peg- it'
G. Ilolton and Mr. and Mrs. Saturday. Friday. Hospital last week, Is home gy Coltrane and Mrs. Wanda W.
Eaton Jordan. convalescing and has as her Tetatone, Starke Mrs.Gladys
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews Mr. and Mrs. Rube Beecher ;
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Malphurs, Melrose Mrs. Helen II'
of Ga. the week- ;
returned Saturday after three Lyons spent
J. E.
Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Long of Ocala. '
spent the weekend In Orlandoand weeks tour to Seattle, Wash., end with their son-in-law and Mack Titus and Mrs. Marilyn "What single girls are seek-I' NATURAL COLOR
visited Disney World. where they visited his sister daughter, Mr.and Mrs.Lamar Alison Bowers of Fort Laud- Keystone Heights; and ing Is a husband with
Hollis Odom Jr., Ralford.
Mrs. Ernestine Hooks. Shaw at Kingsley Lake and erdale Is spending this month wallet and a slim stomach.1COI'NTY PORTRAIT
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes helped Jeffrey Shaw celebrate with Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Paterson Mr. and Mrs.George K.Bennett -
took their Rev. John Flynn Is a leader Ms 9th birthday at a party fora
granddaughters, and ONLY
family.
few friends. of Orlando were last Tilt; HRADPO"
at Camp Weed this week.
Helena, Hannah and Harrletta Thursday visitors of Mrs. J. TF.I.F.GRAPH'Published \ 99 q.
Hayes, to their home In Mrs. Mark Hamilton and E. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ste- every Thursdayat
Miami last Thursday after
visit. They visitedthe Jr. and daughter and faneW and daughter, Mrs. children of Tampa are spend- 138 W. Call Street PLUS 50 CENTS FILM CHARGE ''
ten
days In grandson of Washington, D. James Biggs of Murray, Ky., ing Wednesday to Sunday with Marie and Robert McCall of Starke, Florida 32091
W. E. Hayes family
Wednesday her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clearwater were visiting their
C. were Tuesday and returned Monday after three .*
267-4961 '< **w
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Miami until Sunday. ph. -
guests of Mr.and Mrs. weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. N.B. Rosier at the State grandmother, Mrs. Sarah, Second Class postage paid '
John Farm. McCall, the past two weeks. FloridaSubscription .
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gold- Myers. Raymond Stefanelll ana family at Starke; Indian Itiver PhotographyMALLARDS
Whlchta Falls, Texas.
wire and daughters, Laurie In Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery .- Mrs. H.C. Brown Is
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefan- patient Rates:
and Beth, of Palm Beach Gar- Moore and Mr. and Mrs.J.L. elll left their daughter In Murray attended the funeralof in St. Luke's Hospital, Jack- In trade area: $0.00 per 5 & 10Fir
dens will spend the weekend Bradley spent the weekend at Ky. enroute home and an uncle, H.T. Dawning, sonville, where she has been year; $3.50 sir months
with Goldwire.Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Disney World, Cypress Gar- visited there for a few days In Lake City; Saturday after confined for the past two Outside trade area: $7.00 July 20, 10 AM to 6 PM
weeks.
dens, and Busch Gardens. before returning to Starke. noon. oer year; $4.00 six months

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.e DuPont Savings



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f

3';cu (1 i. Program Upgraded


i I Substantial improvements In employees three ways to invest -
,A1KU\ t
jf; '..IIAAI I I the DuPont company's thrift their savings. These Include f Mobile HomesInc.
I plan, a savings Incentive program U. S. Savings Bonds ,
: I for employees have a fixed Income fund and diversified jrI
been approved by the com- common stock. One
pany's board of directors according half of the company contri- .
to G. B. Howell, plant bution will be Invested in Du-

r fI manager.The proposed changes will Pont common stock; the other hwy. 100 2l\liles'Vest
s half may be Invested In Du
become effective for all eli-
: gible employees after obtaIn- Pont stock.the In the fixed Income r''ax' '"' 'p.M Phe 4.73-2120 Of Keystone lIb
or common stock
favorable from
i ing a ruling
the Internal Revenue Serviceand funds as directed by the em-

3 any necessary clearances ployee.

= with other regulatory au- other The proposed liberalizations plan Includes In such TheDifference
!Is
thorities. In any even, the Quality
areas as withdrawal of sav-
..-S, changes will not be effective -
and
before September 1, 1973. ings deferred payoutof
I The amended thrift plan will Investment proceeds. ,
Head To
4-H'ers Lamp enable all eligible Trail Ridge I

and Highland employees to "Reading between the linesis I'

28 local youngsters left for From Lawtey: Janet Duncan save up to 6 percent of their often easier, and more in-

oil a week's stay at Cherry Lake Cheri Shuford, Denise monthly pay with a company tel"estinjt.-lierman Gross 1.
contribution to 50 of J
for 4-H at Brewer Nancy Ann Bennett, percent
camp Monday noon Tri-County (Mo.) News.
and will return Friday at 6 Suzanne Newport, David savings. Employees can also 12x64 3 Bel. RD1.
;0 James McCulley Susan Massey save 4 percent of their pay "Middle ape is when your

'; P.m.From Starke: Julie Hazen, Kenny Massey and David without company contribution.The memory is shorter, your experience -

Vicki Hazen, Timmy Bryan, Harley. its employee present savings thrift plan to$37.50per lim- longer, your stam- -Spanish]>< Red i

Cindy Bryan John Bryan From Brooker: Donald Hamilton month with ina lower,and your forehead
3 Darlene Grlffis Engene Anderson and Dwight Emery. contribution of 25 a company percent. higher Elizabeth W.
oj Paula Kay Anderson, Improvements will provideOBITUARIES Spalding The Bardstown $6,39500SAVE
Ralph Joiner Wynette Joiner From Hampton: Scott Clark, Kentucky Standard.
Kathy Taylor and Paula Peggy Crawford Tracy Bruno
:e Dee Carter. and Scott
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AND SA1URDAY i. t
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., has been assigned to Chanute
AFB, in Illinois after com- lIu7(') 11. Hlxrle
oj N pleting Air Force basic train-
.". ing. PRICE: BUSTERS !
a flit Mrs. Hazel Mae Eberle. 49, -Lc\GL&-
M'0 During his six weeks at the died Sunday July 15, of an
.. Air Training Command's: Lack apparent heart attack at her
..
.t land AFB, Texas he studied home near new River.! She
'a. the Air Force mission organization was carried to the Union OMN DAILY TO SAVE 17% TO 32 %; OFF: ON OUR LOW DISCOUNT I PRICES: !
,"/. and customs and County Hospital but could not SUNDAYS 'Tit P.M.
received special Instruction In be revived She had lived in the
human relations. Starke area for 20 years.
:ii Surviving are her husband

: The airman has been assigned Russell A. Eberler two sons,
: to the Technical Train- Donald and Melvin Eberle

-'" Ing Center at Chanute for spe one daughter Ruth Eberle;
., cialized training In the missile a brother llarold L. Wilk- MEN'SFAMOUS
i maintenance field. Ins, Jacksonville; and one MAKER
Airman Brannon attended grandchild.
; -.. .... Keystone Heights High School. Funeral services were held DOUBLE KNIT
; His mother Mrs. Chloe K. at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the DRESS PANTS
Brannon resides In Keystone DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with -
:, Heights. Rev. Lester Austin conducting 1I\ I -
:t Airman Todd T. Brannon, Interment was In \
son of Thomas F, Brannon, e Crosby Lake Cemetery.
I Jr. of Rt. I I. Keystone Heights Revenue sharing is a challenging -
:I 1 concept. The challengeis :s;:.:.:.:;:,:x::;:.:x:;:<::::::;:::::::::;:x:;:::::x::::::fft:::%:::::S:::::::::::
in keeping from letting any
: STREET OF THANKS You d. Expect To
MADISON of it be shared by the people CARD
:t BAPTIST CHURCH who paid it in the first place.
:, Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; :::%:xxxxxtt::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::I:::::::::::::::::::::

;t Morning Worship at II; Church FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
v"t
,_ Training, 6:15: ; WNUJ Prayer STARKE CARD OF THANKS 100" polyester i
Circle 7:15: ; Evening Service SundaySunday School My family and I take this and blends Su 1.00 SAVE 19%
r 7::30.Z 9:45; Morning Worship at 11; great opportunity to thank all fire" erbly tailored, MEN'S POLYESTER KNIT HEAVY DUTY SAVE 2.00
F Monday-- Youth Choir, 7 sermon: "On Talking to Your- the doctors, nurses and staffof Nation s Ho
Z SPORT SHIRTS EAGLE MOTOR OIL HD 30 ADJUSTABLE RECLINER CHAISE LOUNGE
self"; Church Training 6:15: ; Bradford County Hospital ct a 1 Maker m top
I p.m.Tuesday-- Bible Study 10 Evening Worship, 7:30: ; ser- and friends for all they did quality lobrprsHondsamecolors 1 ,
C a.m. mon: "Distant Early WarnIng for me during my stay there 9'7"
1 WednesdayRoyal Ambas- ." and also our friends for all 'rots and styles Ultimate / / =
Sri"a :
': sadors, 6:30 p.m; Prayer Wednesday-- Family Night the prayers flowers and > :' m fashion ,
Meeting Business Meeting Supper 6 p.m.; Hour of Power cards words of sympathy and -4" and wrinkle tree
comfort ?8 ? '
7:30: ; Adult Choir 8:30 6:30: ; Teachers and Officers great deeds for us and also aka' / D. o?' P. w, ,3r9/ Pl.t. "m .3/1.23 D.u., P... 1
:: ThursdayStory Hour I 9 !Meeung, 7:15.: since I came home. May God Short sleeves Beautifully, tailored,! 100 pure irgin ;rude, high Adjustable, lounge has WOO padded head
rest
-: a.m.; Youth Bible Study, 7:30 ThursdayV isft ati on, 7 richly bless each and every '-- r ; y ,m n wide, selection of stripes and detergent od Made for modern steel (Iran and strong P.V.C tubing., Can
: p.m. one. Again thanks. -G. F. 1_ '' "' pattern Full cut S M, L. XL engines Cleans as it lubricates be used /fo' lounge, bed or chin, Folds fop'
p.m.Denton Sumrall pastor -Ben P. Bryant, pastor (Fonzo) Prevatt, Sr, 'S One Quart easy stoioge. Re d.whte, yellow.while., blue
,,1 \ white and green-whpse, .


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SAVEMany r

SAVE 217.
15 OUNCE
.
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fl 110N1'ROOh
,. .". .A PRESS SAVE 3.01 PROOFING
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'Cs. s SHORTY PAJAMAS 12" EAGLEOSCILLATING OIL
. { SAVE 267. \l>< SAVE 26'.

+ eE MEN'S CANVAS CASUALS C "r FAN EAGLE UTILITY LIGHT
1 people have saved & saved p

;j W for years for a Dream Home \.- i. a WAS wODEL yp Sa wAS : --, O/
.
ra.pa/ ws.29C .z..g- 17.96 E.tendsenCme
only to find out that + Coat ttyl Piped trim. j.lP
inflation Oxford or .i.ip--i style 3 WA S
a speed. Push button I /fe ,
Reduce
e S One packet. Short leg ..... Crepe soles 7 to '' control U.L Listed Installs easily Uses 2 'D :
opt "
d j has killed any hope of fullfillment and AtoO sleeves.. Pattern cell batteries, not included con'u""ph
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I of this dream. ,, ? ytSAVE 127. SAVE I

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II .
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ALGICIDE
s
I SAVE 3.OSJULIETTE \
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='_ I "
TOASKABOUT PERMANENT PRESS r' MEN'S FAMOUS MAKER AM -. ....., 0 -" :
BRIEFS OR T-SHIRTS DRESS SHOES AND BOOTS DIGITAL CLOCK RADIO ..
/
::1 JOHN( IIKOWiVS 'Rfries y,,.d. ,.,. wAS I WAS J.k ".-....::._._ Kills and in-
:I a / P.r ur t, Z g. new ,mproved
:Mobile Homes!! cleaner with, ftll'lrln troll black and

sAS3'i.e ,imported Ch..1 dress With l ghtad. dial. High. I....... that. .is .;; ... '....' green Prevents algae afth

l6T \\4. Hwy. 21 Keystone Hgts. whlle.Tailoredquofaty. shoes j' boots Latest lash mpact, piajti cabinet., 1 and easy. _' .t_ lele'' faot"
ons Brown or tack' ? 12 y Warranty on parts, 90
\
Full cut, S, M, L, XL. days on labor. 10301033.

r= s RentalPurchase a'sSa "
'. '- 66".90"
'= ." ':: ... I SAVE 26% 2\ ... ,
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r. In PERMANENT PRESS BLOUSES j';., r
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"me Before ;.:.:.:.;(: .:.: SAVE I If SAVE!
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tP h ....,( ...... .rirr, wASt.l4' SAVE 11% PASTEL SHEET EAGLE 7 PIECE
LIGHT FIXTURE
WOMEN'S WEDGE SANDALS BED BLANKETS
WOVEN WOOD SALAD SET
Sleeveless. Popular solid
i Go Higher] and colorful print,32-19.: W4S DISCOUNT
.; SAVE 1.00 u.- a; eWWOME4 !' pcou"1' u : DISCOUNT P/OIC' ail

If You Think Why Buy On 'STRETCH Fashion, styled grit '15 watt fluorescent 'amp .. 55'' polyester, 35 cotton 1 1.10 bowl. 4 6" bowl.,
NYLON SLACKS beige with eushio ,u eluded. Nc spec al wiring, While, blue pink, or aqua. 10' fork and 10'.poon
t Hi.i Cost Rental Purchase sole. Sues 5 to 10 Easy to 'install Slightly irregular Genuine Tiuboki, wood.

Has Knocked You 1. less cash outlay ..{,.TuvaU'J SAVE 11%
2. Increase down payment : Soft A Dr.
Out Of f
3. Decrease total cost ; t loit ic pull-on wot si.SAVI17. ',: i s tamuPIAINIOO". :' Deod.rons.lDs
8.
$;,* t Home Ownership i 4Youhv.insurrolsndmgsofyeurchoa. t+(r ". AS
!. Your live In the home of your choic. % ,
6. You acquire added privacy GIRLS' NYLON"SHORTALLS' -
::1 t tSAVII': : % n
"t-/O'SAYI %.
jThink i Again i Do yourself a 'favor ;* SAVE I SAVE 147.: On'Apl0i _rrOawA-Dsy .I.fW1 SAYIU
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4/ Call! JOHN BROWN OR ED O'BRIEN WAS WOMEN'S TERRY SCUFFS 3'4"x50'GARDENHOSE '... ?. RLy.aRex Ylumf.s GIlia
Rental {'s I i r: 'la.'e awl The Dry Look
473-3775 .. !, {
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S. DISCOUNT wU '
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UVING TOMORROWs self' tatted. Coordinated eo.|. Machine, washable. Cush t g3HUI OZ.....

or*. Site ? to 14, 1 Innersole, Non- sup, sole jn 100" ",nCI Brass couplings. ', : :; \l ...,J..W
Is The Answer 7 days Popular colors 5 to I 1H 12 Year uaran.oo.
a week

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t Rainfall ................M.H..HH N...U........ ; IIant]>toii'.-....,...............................,.............................. Prison Fire .

(From Page 1)) (From Page 1)) spend more time on the job. set for September 10. (From 1))
preferably at night Questions to the Sept 10 Page

Two fires owned by Mr. and Mrs. A. don't attend council meet-- --Paving bids were shelved
were reported ballot will Include to Fire Department and the
C. Kirkland of the New River ings as a group.In until more information can keep ty
during the week to the For-
burned Both be obtained. having a mayor or to go to Lawtey Fire Department for
est Service. One was a woods settlement, up. the mayor-commissioner the call to help the
total loss,the Forestry other action July 10, the type; answering
fire on Market Road in north were a I A city government. That wouldgo prison firemen.
of the council:
Starke in which one acre was Service ways.ause; --Clerk Trisler said there Into effect in 1974 if passed. The superintendent said that
fire Is unknown. Both Bradford --Agreed to temporarily
burned. The fire was deliber- Volunteer Fire Depart- raise the salary of Marchall will be some one at her homeat Meantime the city; will vote 19 Inmates were working in
ately set, the Forestry Ser- and Service I : Parker to $150 monthto all times to register voters on a mayor to succeed Mayor the area at the time of the
ment Forestry per
vice a house says.trailer In the and second a truck fire, fire trucks went to the scene. I I ........ permit the marshall to for the upcoming city election. Don Hill, who resigned. fire.

Little change will be seen i e-; ,,
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In the weather for Thursday /
Friday and Saturday, says the I II
301DRIVEIN Service. There will b: ) .1
Forestry I ''w BEAT THE HEAT
be early morning ground fog. ....

b: .....\
With An Air conditioned ChryslerSee

No wonder the government 2 Bradford Men
keeps all its files in triplicate;
one copy to leak one to have

Show Begins At Sundown stolen and one to burn. In PCS: :Training Tom Co///ns/// _. _,......

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bat.: Two Bradford natives, Ripplinger/ / ,,y

Sergeants Carl E. Douglas and
TIRED OFWORIING Sherrod M. Hamilton, mem-

bers of Company D (Malnt)
1. v Spt. Bn, National Guard, are ear

FOR attending the Florida National TodayAt
e. Guard Officers Candidate ---
School at Camp Blanding from T '-
SOMEONE ELSE ? July 8-22 as members of the -
-
Senior Class.
The two seniors will grad- I

uate on July 22 and be appointed 1i1F

second lieutenants. rr.d 1
Officer Candidate Douglas will Starke .
be assigned as platoon lead-
er in the local unit, Co. D. ,
53rd Spt Bn, and Officer Sher-
\ SUNOCO rod Hamilton, will be assigned Chrysler- Plymouth
as platoon leader in
Co. C, 2nd Bn 124th Inf.,
Florida National Guard, located U.S.301 N. For An Unbelievable "Cool Deal"
CI.INTEASTWOOD In Tampa. 964-6600
Both men attended officer Like This New 73 Chrysler New Port
candidate school for two
4 Door W/Power Power Disc. Brakes, Radio ,
weeks last sunnier: and for Steering,

JOE KIDD START YOUR OWN one weekend each month since. Heater, Full Wheel Covers, Whitewall/ Tires, 400 CID \
Upon the completion of the
Engine, Inside Day-night Mirror Outside Remote Con-
BUSINESS WITH A two weeks training they are
.. A TECHNICOLORPANAVISIONe Unvesa"Ma'paso, '> Company' 'Production yl now taking, they will be ap- trol Mirror, Vinyl Roof and That Ever Loving Air

SUNOCO FRANCHISEFor pointed commissioned officers Conditioning To. Stock No. 451 "Beat The Heat"
In the Army National
Guard and the Reserve of the

PLUS Information Call : Army. For Only $4390

Hamilton, an accountant, SATELLITE
: "A Fistful Of Mike Capezzera ((904)) 353-0941 graduated from the University
of Florida and is living and SEBRING-PLUS!

Dynamite" Evening : ((904)) 378-0108 working in Tampa. The beautiful
.' Douglas graduated from mid-size car they call "Super-Quiet! "T7ie Coolest BuysIn

; Sunn, Mon. Tues. too Georgia Tech and Is employedas With a special sound-proofing treatment so quiet we call It
'Super-Quiet."Such a great buy we call It"Gold Sticker Value." "
business manager for the
: Sugar Kits what she wants-whvn she wants itl! Town
Bradford School Board.
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apUntathifl.. At YonrCHRYSLER
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7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday l:0l D I


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ADM -5 Adults Big Days$1.00Children rUE.1 ( )f\T' 1'\ '\ PIllS Many Others DODGE DEALER


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T..ft".1 1-yhW-m..IAryhw.wu.. The Most Talked V'ttm MM(Kl.i.l, .H.v....Ju.., IHTI State Bank No 4O.$

Sweet Sugar About Eating PlaceIn PUBLISHER'S COPY

The
Florida Bank at Starke ..
: Sun. Mrn.: Tues. "
: Jarolina mountains. Consolidated, Report Condition of

'. of Stork* In the 1 State Of Florida and Domestic Subsidiaries at the clone of
:' Searching lor a man was a way Serving Family Style
1973
JU: 3 0
19 .
bueineN ,
: OT
: of life. Swimming Pool,
.
:
d Tennis, Golf I DouiT373.... ;CTI.:

TECHNICOLOR SAstts,6u Recreation Hall. I Cain and due from hinki (including t nnn ASSETS.. ..np .t.a debits) l 99T7tt3 L4 I II
Nw 0) 5 Miles To II I 8'i94' \ I 2
-bow 2 l'.S. Treasury securitiesI '
Cherokee Reservation I ,obligation,, .. ).tif.tthirlS: Covprnm.nt.ernrie..nd corporations 1 7BV' 4U3\ 03 3
; 4 Obligation" of State and political subdivisions 2 654 966 7d 4
Tl
t T1' II t tt WKKK-KN) *9 Tr.dmt.ceount.ocurniea Olhrr, ..cu""" 'including none corpo'."atock.) 'Inonel 472 ,,6'A\ ) 21' 5t

'r" T Federal fund wild and securities purchased under agreement. to ......11 none 7
SPECIAL 8 Other lnana 4 j 943' |'524 45 8
270 595 iS
9. R.nk premise, furniture and Axturea, and o'h.r.-to representing bank premise V
'22.50; () IVrlVr!.iin 10 'Keal Owe, owned other than b.nk premiMaM \ 'none '! 10
1I Inxestment in subsidiaries, not consolidated I nose i iuono I II I
(Mil. Oeenpttltt- 12 Customer's liability, to this bank on acceptances outstanding U
1 13.Othrra-ot.' _,ur ,Q LIJ.! ., 11
'
2 nightsInclude -3;;II Iuv) ,,,. 14 TOTAL \>srPS 1,--1.l'',653-Il.U- !.! ,, U

.I :MriiUril.Mox LIABILITIES ,
1) Demand deposit. of individuals, partnership, and corporation I S 3 95? '176 '00 I M
\\ I.V. 16 Time and savings deposit of individuals, partnershipa, and corporations I 628 103 bl ,6
55 642:: 15''
INDERE1MJ IT nf. I'nited States Government 17
Deposits
"
HALF CLIO-ALL BAD! B,'.> "sou Cit\:! N.C.Or :. 18 Deposits. of States and political subdivision, 1'none'856 ''612 46 18
L, 19 Deposita. '. foreign' /ov.rnm.nu.nd official institutiona 19
;"oa'"' by AMe4d.... A[)Dmrm.mhdun" II r I 'R Go <<:,,1129\-; .> l 12: 20 Deposit. of commercial banks none' 20
I 30 420 OB
21. C6rdnd, officers'"h.ck..tr 21
22 TOTAL PFPOSITSa t 9,730 56.50 ..a nz ... .. I2'2
+I.,, Total demand d......'.. S _035,790.0* ... ... ... .. I a
lal 4.366.41... ... ... .. .
'ibt Total and g .h
time savings deposit -
J. D. SANDERS CONTINUES HIS ANNUAL 23 Federal\ fundh purchased and secunties sold under agreement!!to repurchase none Itit
24 Other liabilities. for borrowed money none
25 Mortgage tndehtednesa none 23
JULY CLEARANCE SALE 26.. Acceptance*executed by or for account of this hank and outstanding none jt', jst' ti t :11.';6

27 2$. Oth.rh.hdhu.TOTAL S'I T!II:TT.. j.

#/1 USED CAMPER BARGAINS 21 MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED! : MBslDIARIfS: Wore __ Jv

,
n \ RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES
,
:
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.;,I' I .... JJ '077 J.I I ,10
All: Reserve for bail d.ht lo on loans Net up pursuitnt' to Internal' Hevenue Service rulings)
,. 31 Other reserve on loan none 31
1972
5th 27'Self
etilAlf Nu-Way Wheel none
I IJ
32 II..n.! nn securities
row w" _mzI3L: i
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=r ..... 33 1'1 I IIt-t"l"'t.:! 0" 'lu4\, 4\I' 'HTIlITIE" itIMUI

'I i I Filly Contained 7* Refrigerator ACCOUNTSJ4

I ,* : Eye Level Oven, King Cupi" d i.i i !10 i'''rmjri, ** none u I
1 543 767 21
,
..
-I.| rxin.t t r.ii"< amt nmturux "f f '.orh ouitHnilmgCAPITAL
c. I sized Bed & Air Cond. I' IIn.: ,, ,", ilnml. tiilnl ____ ,1\
I6 I 1'r,' r,..I{ "ck.h.tal p.r.du. none :IB
; Current Book Value $5760 N .hwrM tutxtanittnK' il
300 OoO IV
i minim xlitrk-totft) puralup 37
: Our J Price 'L125( :Si .h..... ..u'ho..ocZ.OQO__ tiNo.) .h.,..ouunndini, 12.0011I 1 1l
1973-30'Trophy __________--- ----__------__ 4urplu 975 000 00 .IB
79 645 75
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I'ndl\'dodpr"ftlo'
1968 Apache |"> KiMivrv* for pnntmfrnnM and'oth.r capital ,_rvM llLi,,921 I i.40,
Double Door Refrigeratorfreezer, Ramada Fold II TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS =:! 54 J .767A.. ji
IJ TOTAl. LIABILITIES. RESERVES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTSMEMORANDA -li. feJlJ .57i 4J
'
Down
Ice Box
Camper. Stove
: Eye Level Oven, Pressura Water System,

: Battery & Converter Charger, Sleeps 8 9-15 V I>53 500 00
I. Avenge of total depcviu (for th* 1 15 calendar daya.nd>nc with call d.,. I
:: Dual Holding Tanks,12,000 BTU ---------------------------- 'J, Aw.,..,of 'ol.llo.n. I..rlh. IS calendar daya endinc with call dat 4 957 100 00 2
: 3, Unvarnfd rimcount. on inmalmrnl loans Included in total capital! accounu none"t
: Air, Ducted Heat, Twin 30 Bottles 1967 Ford f. 250 Camper Special

& Much More

)a --------------------- Auto Trans. Air, Radio & 8 Track ,
1, Ruth S. Johna6 C.Bhl_rIK afllu olin..-....... Ban*,do Mlrmnfy |rrTitHl; 1'.0'MM, rrpart./" od.ho..
:: 1971 Chevrolet C-20 Custom Tape. Plus 11' Truck Camper. Both
,.. ,
trttf and tarrrrt.10 "hftl of my kxolt Camper Special, Loaded With All Units In Excellent Condition.

.. The Goodies. And Only 26,000 Miles r__. -A ." Ruth S. Johns

:: Total Value $10,900 Sale $9500 '3850
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All Brand New 1973 Travel Trailers Reduced 1 OO's of $$$ S. L. P. kJr. }\ D"""'....
3. G.Dark
During Our Summer Clearance


r 1973 Koimtr Air ((29' ) Loaded SutcM.OOO
) . sum aFlorida .c....aI,oiiradford ..":

1973 Dutch Craft ((15$' ) Beauty . Sur2l1973Troph 'MA.g MA',. MR SIM**la and maamted" .'...-.Mu lOtb dog 0.JUl,., .If 73

r > ((23' ) Bar Stool Model . Sa\i'70) NIITART..aAL) and I luffoif frrti/n that t a,. not.. offlttr or d...... of,... tan*.

i' Campers M,tammtaum..",.roo J\llj 8, .16! Virgin F.Darl>>7 ..'\;..., ,..&111'.
J. D. Sanders Travel Trailers
Sales Service Accessories
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trick All-Stars.(,From Jerry Page Blalock.1),.)Danny 2 Important Meetings Set For Taxpayers

Hlldebran. Roger Mitzel,Mike

Jackson Kevin Miller, Leonard, Greg Williams Johnson,, Two Important special- County Clerk Gib Brown announced on the calendar of Chairman $51/2- million over 1972's guess the owners will carrying out the law" as dic-
Marcus Cruce and Bruce Wol- meetings of the Board of Coun- yesterday that the Ralph Bryan. The meeting will $54,551,821. Assessor Long to protest when they see tated by the State.
fred. ty Commissioners will be hearing on the 1973-74 budget be held In the commission said that $1,835,936 of this new assessments,"Long Long said that any revis-
I Game time Monday night will coming up soon and shouldbe has been postponed from room at 7:30 p.m. Increase Is due to new com- "But really, they set ion of assessments, eitherup
Three members of the Commission mercial and residential con- assessment when or down, must now be approved -
be at 6 noted on taxpayers' calen- Thursday, July 26, to Friday, own
p.m. dars. July 27, due to a conflict and two members of struction In the county, but set the sale price of by the State Depart-
| the School Board will sit asa that the major Increase Is property. I am merely ment of Revenue.
Board of Adjustment at 9:30: due to upward adjustmentson
MONDAY MATINEES START JULY 23 a.m. Monday, Aug. 13, to hear "Idle land."
persons who have filed objections There Must Be
to their new tax as-

World's I i Fastest, Most I Dangerous' I Game sessments.County Assessor Gene Long Danger Wet lIigh Of A Reason Why
said the notices of new assessments }
and can bet on it! will be mailed out Only one-tenth of an Inch of ,
you Friday and property owners
pm In have which 17 to days file appeals.from that Forms date water cause tires on to the hydroplane roadway can and E H 1I1iBtoi) Is The
make vehicle uncontrollable, BI
DAILYxccpt for this purpose may be obtained -
the Florida
Highway Pa-
from the Tax Assessors's says
-
tri tr-
office, and should be trol.
; Mobile
Sundays whena
filed with the Clerk of the "Hydroplaning occurs Largest
vehicle's tires actually rideon
Court after being filled out.
Matinees
surface of stand-
the water
12 NoonWed. The Clerk then sets a time Ing on the highway. You don't Dealer In The
for the protesting taxpayerto
& Sat.SR have to be going fast, as you
be heard on the 17th. If
_
he does not at the ----- -u
i appear
set time, the Board of Adjustment I t South
Air Conditioned-Theater Type'Seating--Snack Bar -BveragesFree Is not obligated to t "'
"
1, Parking- State Law. You must be 18Adm. hear his appeal. I '
t $1 inc. Tax.-For Information.591-2345 Bradford County's 1973 assessment .. ;;;:. ; =" :,.1<
roll totals$60,336923 ,- I '1.: .- .
318 JUST EAST US 441-2 Ml. EAST OF I 1-75 ALL SEATS ONLY $1.00 a gain of approximately ... .!t p.-..
CONDITIONING"I .. .. ...... --- .
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NEW 1973 PONTIAC GMC TRUCK,, OR


FINE USED CAR


Catalina Grandville4door

4-door sedan. Equipped with custom seat belts, roof hardtop. Equipped with tinted glass,
molding, all conditioning, deluxe wheel covers, full power seats, white sidewall tires, stereo
tinted glass body side moldings, remote mirror, radio, protection group, lamp group, power
40O engine: white sidewall tires, bumper strips, windows, air conditioning, tilt steering wheel,
automatic transmission, and power disc brake custom wheel covers, custom trim group, "
Stock 3V7p/ automatic transmission, power steering and D' i
power brakes. Stock # I

List! PriYeMTOa90 List Price '6167 1 \ \\\\\\11\llltlllj-a .


Sale Price $3999 Sale Price $5129



1972iMaIibii Used Car Bargains 1973I'olltiLtCCatulilltl !'Lr FREEPLASTIC


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$2895 $3695 !


1971 Camero 1973 Chevrolet Vega

Red 4 tflhite 2795 real sharp Car Automatic from air $2995 conditioned, two to choose FUN BUCKET



1971 Olils'M2Iron/e! 1970 Buick Grand Sport Now feed 5-8 hungry people for only$6.75. SHOVEL
,
fully Equipt 2-door hardtop, brown, fully equipped Here what you get:
15 pieces of chicken *3 pints salad
$2995 1995 15 rolls! .plate. forks napkins, etc.
plastic fun bucket and shovel When you buy aFUNPAK

It's a complete picnic; In a pak. So go to
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Starts Thursday July 19


Phone 964-5126


2101 North Main 3722583M 1595 TEMPLE Starke AVENUE
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July 19, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 7



Ki1It/ tl.. .. .
''' Set This Weekend
: : :: : : : Adams-Seymour Match Now
(
From Page 1)) mi An argument had UUWIUJMU' ...,

Perkins' place, the council over money according to De- Bill Adams and Harold Sey- McRae In the first night. Sil felted. McRae beat Tim Russell championship. Chasteen In the fifth night Larry Fen- the title.
Voe, to the cause of the shoot- mour will decide who's the cox gained his berth In the for the right to play Sil- downed 11.11. Adams earlierin der beat S.G. Denmark. Fen- Don Wainwright earlier defeated -
permanently lifted the busi- Ing. champion of the Starke Golf finals when John Watson for- cox for the championship. the semis while Reddish der had beaten earlier Doug Don Andrews for the
ness license. Police Chief Bill He had been" drinkingbut and Country Club this week- In the second night Jack beat Delano Thomas. Schlosser and Denmark had championship of the eight
Chambers picked the licenseup wasn't drunk, states DeVoe. Hazen Hatcher downed night
won over Steve Den- Col. Harry beaten Brian Hamilton to gain
Tuesday Immediately On April 28, 1960 wasAnderson's end as they play the final In the ninth night Ben Green
night mark. Earlier in the semis Grover Howard for the champ- the finals.
round In the Championship Speeder .
after receiving Instruct- first conviction fourth beat Brian Erwin for the
Flight Ilazen had defeated Dwight ionship of the filghLhatcher Jack Eaves defeated George
ions from the council. for second degree murder In Elder and Denmark had beat had won over J.D. Miller for the championship championship.In .
Oviedo, Fla. In Seminole (From Paqe 1)) Steve Simmons. Seymour in the semis while of the sixth night. the championship consol-
Adams and
County. He served from April Seymour agreedto Jim Chasteen had defeated Merrill Lamar ation night Randy Jones Defeated -
postpone the final round Oscar Wesley Davis, ran defeated Drew Howard In the seventh night
1960 to 1971 total of until -
April a this weekend to give Adamsa red light, $36 or 3 days. Reddish to win the third night Struth. Shaw downed Tom Henry for Terry Gaines.Florida .
11 years. He was then released
James Thomas Tompkins,
few days of rest after hav- .
on parole April 27, 1971 unlawful speed, $26 or days. -
for good behavior. He has ing played In the U.S. Ama- Alfred Swafford, reckless
lived In Starke since. teur Public Links Championship driving, $36 or 3 days.
In Flander, New Jersey Harlis Richard Ellington,
this past week. unlawful speed $36 or 3 days.
The other nights In the Arthur Fenelon Sllngnuff,
=- A family adviser tells par- championship were able to unlawful speed, $36 or days.
ents not to worry if theirchild complete their final rounds David Rogers, failed to Immediately
Ask ,; has an imaginary play this past weekend. report accident;$26 Nationalhave Banks
him mate. Just don't try to claim Dave Silcox defeated Bob or 2 days, and failed to have
as a tax deduction.
CharleyE. vehicle under control; $36 or
3 days.
Ben L. Moxley New President Christopher C. Elliott, no
valid inspection certificate; a light

Johns Country ClubBen $16 or 1 day.Kenneth Wayne. Gray,unlawful green

speed $36 or 3 days.
; ':
About This Question: L. Moxley,Jr.was elected res, club pro, presented tro- Dave Bradley no or improper _\\0'
"I hear the Charley E. president of the Starke phies to night winners In the protective headgear; all kinds ofmoneytolend. 'f '
Johns Agency has a dis Golf & Country Club at the club tournament, now inprog- $16 or 1 day. on !: I. ,:, "
: glii'
annual meeting last Saturday I\ "" ,
count in auto insurance ress. (See story on sports "' :: \\ ;: .' !K
night, when approximately 100 page.) James Laurence Cissy,
costs for the careful drive members and guests enjoyed a careless driving; $36 or 3 '
er. Does this package poli chicken barbecue supper pre- Roberts said the club days.
cy Include liability medi- ceding the business session. showed a profit this year for Charles Pressley, unlawful .
cal payments unisured mo- Other officers elected wereL. the first time since it was speed; $46 or 4 days. \1l .''l ,
M. Gaines vice president; organized, and attributed this Stephen Arthur Helm,nova- '' \ .
torist protection, collision Steve Denmark, secretary; to the Increased membershipwhich lid inspection certificate; $16 'I "; ,,
full comprehensive, towing: and Pat Farnsworth, treasur- now stands at 180, the or 1 day.Cases. t'i'
and labor personal effects that pled not guilty:
...all on convenient 6- er.New directors elected for highest in recent years. lie John Howard Bates; careless
month ?" two-year terms were: Dr. 11. commended the chairmen of driving. Sammie Starke Jr.,
billing
H. Adams, Vernon D. Silcox, the membership drive con- failure to report accident and .= ; FLORIDA BANK AT STARKEJefferson
Charley E. Pat Farnsworth, Bryan Hamilton ducted last year, and said careless driving. Dave Brad-
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L. M. Galnes, and Bobby their efforts resulted/ In bet- ley, careless driving. Robert dt Clark StreetTelephone, 9B4-7O5O
JOHNS AGENCY McRae. The directors met and tering the financial position Lee Martin, no valid driver's
elected officers following the of the club. license. Eddie Lee Thomas,

131 So. Walnut St. regular meeting.: reckless driving.

Phone 964-5070 ueorge iv. uoberts, Jr.. ... .. .
1972-73 president, presided '" < '." ... ., .". n "''', ....... .
A at the meeting and Herb I ler-



GAINESVILLE Florida



Business Directory National Banksof


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AUTO SALES T I GARDEN SUPPLIES Florida Inc.and
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I Johnson Paris, Inc. ,

CADILLAC SEEDS! PLANTS -
SALES & 378530)t Insecticide Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS Subsidiary Banks

Pint telection of .
Taken On Cadillac we Rent Fertiliser" Spreaders
Consolidated Statement of Condition June 30 1973
7D01: N.W. nth Ph. ) 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476 ,
RESOURCES LIABILITIES RESERVES AND CAPITAL
BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASS
Cash and Due from Banks $ 201,252,082.92 Deposits:

POWELL'S -t LIDDELL Investment Securities: Demand $ 567,876,543.22

Beauty U.S. Government Obligations 62,376,531.98 Time 556,255,510.79U.S.

Learn a Profession In Glass Company Government Agency Obligations 98,864,862.98 Total Deposits 1 ,124,132,054.01
Spare Time. Full or Part "Class For Every Purpo.." Florida County and Municipal Bonds 81,547,047.93
Tim. Store Fronts Mirrors, Other State and Municipal Bonds 161,242,368.74 Federal Funds Purchased and Securities

219 N.W. 10 th 378-2766 Tub Enclosures Showers Federal Reserve Bank Stock 3,264,200.00 Sold Under Repurchase Agreement 54,985,000.00

Furnitures Tops Glass Other Securities 46,085,287.42 Provision for Taxes, Interest etc. 7,558,169.00

Replaced Interest and Income Collected-
-- -- ---- Federal Funds Sold and Securities

ELECTRIC NEW LOCATION Purchased Under Agreement to Resell 56,139,000.00 Not Earned 17,758,561.92Loans

Motor Repair Co 1228 So. Main, Gainesville, 594,293,627.60 Other Liabilities 179641.39

Of Gainesville. Inc. I 372.8191 372.1 102 Bank Premises and Equipment (net) 34557540.92 Total Liabilities 1,204,613,426.32

Other Real Estate Owned 522,052.94
Repairing Rewinding
PICTURE FRAMES Reserve for Losses Loans .
<< on 6,629,367.97
New And Used --- I Interest and Income Earned- ,
2816 N.W. 6th Ph. 372.8318 Creative Not CollectedOther 11320404.64 Minority Interest in Subsidiary Banks 428,027.97
Custom framing i Capital 1 Accounts:
MOVERS, Resources 1814846.13
With" Capital Stock, par value $12.50 per
Long Distance Moving Personal A l Total Resources 1353279854.20 share Authorized 12,000,000 shares

Storage Packing Issued 9,509,467 shares S 118,868,337.50
Toinh 'Z.::
Shipping
Crating
Free Estimates Call Oval Mats Prints Originals Undivided Profits 26059088.55

Drawings Etchings $ 144,927,426.05
\mkWlldllf. 366 373-4610 Less Excess of Par Value of Stock

16th. 3731 W. nniv. Issued Over Underlying Equity in

I MUSIC Subsidiary Banks ((3,318,394.11)Total )


Van ServIce Inc. -- Capital Accounts $ 141,609,031.94

3540 H.E. Waldo Rd. C'ville, j BALDWIN Total Liabilities, Reserves, and

372-4271 I Capital Accounts $1,353,279,854.20OFFICERS
PIANOS & ORGANS
AUTO SALES SERVICE I
3LOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS

GMS., INC.
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I MUSIC Co. H 1 J. HORNE DIRECTORS CHAUNCEY w LEVER J J PARRISH JR
CHAUNCEY LEVER Director, General R. HUGH DANIEL President. Florida National President. J i Parrnh & Co ,,
G'ville Shopping Cen. President Accounting Division, Chairman & Treasurer Banks of FlorIda. Inc Inc Chairman, Florida National

Factory AuthornedPait.. 372.5351 JOHN H. MANRY JR BAXTER E LUTHER Daniel International Corporation President. Bank. Titusville
I ISole. Florida First National Bank of
ic
.- Parts-Service Vice President Director, Consumer Lending Birmingham. Alabama Jacksonville JAMES A. RHODES
210 N. Main, Gainesville, Fla. JAMES C ROBINSON JR Division HARRY A deBUTTS Former Governor of Ohio
372-2583 Vice President ERNEST J SNEAD Former President. Southern JOHN H MANRY. JR. President. James A. Rhodes &
Klrky'i Meellt H..mlf ROBERT M. ULSCH Director, Railway Company Upperville. President Florida National Bank Associates Columbus, Ohio
& SERVICE
CAMPER SALES .lr Personnel Division, Virginia & Trust Company at Miami
ft lat.D.ol.n
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SefflUt, Secretary and Comptroller JAMES C ROBINSON JR
I ROBERT F STAMP ROBERT F. STAMP CHARLES H DOLSON ALLEN H NEUHARTH President. Florida FIrst National
E3 Authorized Treasurer and Assistant Director CreditAdministration Chairman Executive CommitteeDelta President and Bank at Pensacola
vunir" .lie+ I For Evont-lnterthem Secretary Division, Air Lines Inc Chief Executive Officer
W C SMITH
HOWARD G TIETJEN Atlanta. Georgia Gannett Inc
Company
CAMPER MART, INC. Siegler Heating & DIVISION HEADS Director Rochester. New York Immediate Past Chairman
Air Conditmg, Equia' WARREN M CHEEK Business Development RICHARD E. EHLIS Standard Oil, Company
3111 H. Main Gainesville Director Investment Advisory and National Accounts Division, President Florida National Bank DR. ALTON OCHSNER of Kentucky
379-2954 T Bay S.rvic. Dept. Accessories Supplies Service Division, at Lakeland Founder Ochsner Clinic Louisville Kentucky

Compl.t. Camping Star Parts and S.rvic. JACK M. GEITZ BARRY H. MCLEAN 0 P HEWITT. JR and Ochsner WILLIAM C. SWAIN
Assistant Director Credit
Sales: Concord Volunt..r, Chief Examiner and Director Administration Division, President. Florida National Bank Foundation Hospital President Florida National Bank
Midas Adv.ntur. Audit Division, at Orlando New Orleans. Louisiana at Coral Gables
Sm. k.y, ,
Wheels, Harris, Monitor, Fan, 4500 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville PETER P. HETZLER RALPH L WOLFE. JR. FRED. KENT DR. STEPHEN C. O'CONNELL STANLEY A. TAYLOR
Explorer, Sports Coach 378-8902 Director Computer Assistant Director Kent. Durden and Kent Attorneys President. University of Florida President Florida Bank & Trust
Services Division, Computer Services Division Jacksonville Gainesville. Florida Company at Daytona Beach




COBIA

FABUGLAS GAINESVILLE JOHNSON

It-'. MOTORS Thirty-One Banks Statewide Total Assets More Than 51.3 Billion

Florida First National Bank of Jacksonville Florida National Bank & Trust Company at :Miami, Florida National Bank at .
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...1. Britt Mims Leads Owns 2nd Half Softball Title




.: Cunningham Gulf has wrap Lawtey started the scoring -
ped up the second half title In the first[ Inning when
for the Starke Recreation De Larry Brown led off with a
21 Club Golf TourGainesville's partment's Men's Slow Pitch double and scored when Brian We've Got Timex
Softball with one game left Johns blasted a home back run.
to play.Cunningham's. Cunningham's came
[ handily. Matt Herres of Starkewas Joey Herres of Starke shota could roll In their half of the first with
.:t BrlttMlms second with a 65. Wa- 39 to just nip Barry Tho- their record to a perfect 11- two runs when Kenneth Carl-
shot an even par 60 to cap- ters leads Herres In total mas also of Starke who shota 0 It they beat Baldwin In their ton slammed a home run after -
.; ture another win on the North points by a margin of 83 to 40. Scott Roberts leads in last game Thursday night. In Terry Hardee had reached For You e!
Central riorida-21 Club Tour total points with 80.Joey Her- second place In league stand- base on an error. / g
( Monday at West End 80.In the girls division Karen res Is In a close second with Ings as of now Is First Baptist In the top of the third, two
Coif Course in Gainesville.Mlmg Moore of Keystone Heights 78 points In the 10-11 year with a 7-5 record. Bald- triples by Larry Brown and
victory, his third on won over Kathy Upchurch of old division. win Is In third place with a Brian Johns and as single by
the tour, gives him( the lead Palatka with a 73. Upchurchshot Brian Thomas of Starke shota 6-4 record, next Is Lawtey Skippy Crawford scored three \ \ I I
In the total point standings an 80. In total point stan 15 to edge Steve Greek of with a record of 3-7, and runs for Lawtey.Cunningham's. \\. \ I 0 PEN
Moore leads Upchurchby trails the league with tied the I
for the six tournaments play- dings Keystone by one stroke.Greek Hampton game /
ed with 82 points. Scott Fos- two 84 to 82. leads Thomas In total pointsby a 0-10 record.CUNNINGHAM. back up 5-5 In their half of <' /
ter of Green Cove Is! second In the 12-13 boys nine hold a margin of 83 to 81 In the third when Terry Hardee ..... /,
with 76 points. division Donny Singleton of the three hole division. 10 walked, Kenneth Carlton sing )..
ttunnerup In Monday's match Keystone shot a three over The Starke Country Club LAWTEY 9CumUngham'a led and Billy Sanford knocked ; at 7
was Mike !Nichols of Gainesville par 33 to win. Three strokes will host the final tournamenton nipped Law- everybody In with a home ,
who finished with a two back at 36 was Keith Kirk- the NCF tour this Mon- tey by one run Tuesday night See
62. er of Green Cove. In total be 10-9. ( Page ) -
over par day. Awards will presented by the score of
Chuck Waters of Green Cove point standings Bruce Boehm at a luncheon followingthe 0I
shot a one under par 59 to of Palatka has 81 points to compledon of play.
win the 1415ear division Klrker's 80. CLOSE
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clt> league champion of the end of the season. The only bright moment for fI
Bantam Baseball League sponsored BPOE came when Marcus
1J. the Starke Hecrea- POLICE 17 Cruce slammed a home run COME IN AND SAMPLE OUR SUDDEN
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\i'PHI. 'I was third at fiand 17-5 Friday. Police rackedup I THAT FOLKS AS FRIENDLY AS WE ARE
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( Page 8)) by Wayne Harper In the bot- In the fourth 'Inning Ran- third Inning but First Baptist,
tom of the seventh. dall McGee led off with a blasted in four runs to take I S 'l
run. Terry Bennett started the single and scored when Jim the lead in their half of the
In the top of the fifth Law- eighth Inning with a double Duncan slammed a triple. third. IJ
tey took the lead again 7-5. and scored the winning run Duncan then scored ona Two. singles by Donny Bag- I
when Mike Patrick reached for Cunningham's on an error Duncan then scored on a sacrifice well and Danny McKinney and it &Jiffl'
base on an error,Larry Brown by the third baseman. fly by Wilbur Wa- two errors by Baldwin scor- J
doubled and then Brian Johns FIRST BAPTIST 13 ed the four runs for First .
drove them In with another HAMPTON 4 ters.Donny Bagwell and Danny Baptist.
. double.Lawteys. First Baptist whipped McKinney hit a pair of sing- In the fifth Inning Grog RI- P7l
lead was short- Hampton 13-4 Monday July les for First Baptist In the herd led off with a triple for _
lived when Carlton singledfor 16, at West Side Park. Dan- top of the fifth and then Ed- First Baptist and Steve Thomas -
Cunningham's and Sanfordhit ny McKInney reached baseon die Hazen drove them all In drove him in on a sacri-
his second home run of a fielder's choice and with a home run. fice fly.
the game. Cunningham's tooka scored when Hampton com- In the sixth Inning for First In the fifth inning Baldwin
8-7 lead when Ricky Ben- mitted two errors to start the Baptist, Donny Bagwell hit scored one more run when
nett slammed another home scoring for First Baptist In another home run scoring Gene Melvin slammed a tri- ..
the first Inning. Wilbur Waters and Gray Flynn ple. A single by Gary Mel- .. MKSSINGER
run.Again Lawtey fought back Hampton fought back with who had both hit singles. vin drove in the final run ... / --- NN.SI..d SN.1f
;A take a one run lead In two runs of their own In the Hampton scraped togethertwo of the game for Baldwin. I -
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the sixth when Mike Patrick's second when Richard Johns runs In the bottom of Another single by Donny .
triple drove In two more runs. went to first on an error the sixth on a triple by Ray- Bagwell drove in two more ..
Ricky Bennett tied the scoreat Jimmy Wilson singled and mond Thomas and a home runs for First Baptist In their .. -"
9-9 for Cunningham's when Gareth Jones drove them In run by Jimmy Wilson but half of the sixth. ... Dhdsi.n
he scored on a sacrifice fly with a single. It wasn't near enough as First .
Baptist scored five runs In .
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I'G IQaac =Q ClCCGGaaDDDaQD McGee started the Inningoff Normans ..

GREY'S Mobile Home well for First Baptist witha .,.
single Dewey McKInney Norman's Farm has won the Oak 7iitiakD.s5n.d
Sales knocked him In with a triple Starke Recreation Depart- -- Spall/flit
Wilbur Waters then doubledto ........
ment's Women's Slow Pitch with Sponlth Oak finish! en :
Need A Home? score McKInney. Gray Softball championship. :. hordwood..npr.v.d i com.......d 'wood .....
Short On Cash? Flynn then singled and Greg Norman's finished their sea- aelylrtw eo,ip- nts with red vsv.t fMIIWl.I
Rlherd cleaned the bases witha son with a 14-3 record. In : ing {In drawer fronli.
Let Us Show You How To Move Into A home run. second place were Blalock'swith : SptctetJ7T1 Parchaflc
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t' TWO 1 l.ll. PKGS. 1 ONE 5.IB PKG. ONE 24 as COZY KITCHEN ONE 10 ai SIZE ONE 12 Pk. PKG SUPERBRAND t
i HYGRADEBall W.D BRAND PURE G.r,Choc D..,Fd,or Coconut SARA LEE FRENCH 1 ICE CREAM j
SZ Park Franks Ground Beef Layer Cake Crumb Cake Bars or Sandwiches ;
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July 19, 19'73 TELEGRAPH Page 11




June Land Sales Total $406,2QO J JLand r SAVINGS .




sales In June reacheda to Rex Hlldebrand and BettyA. The Ott Corporation: Sophie L. Wolf, grantor, to Vernon E. Olin and Eloise of Mount Pleasant, for $21- &
high of $406,200 In Brad Hlldebrand, grantee, 13 acres grantor, to Thomas W.Usborn James C. Truck Jr., DavidF. M. Olin, grantor, to Carlton 000.
ford County almost $74,234more west of SR-225, for $15, and Mary E. Osborn, grantee, Fullwood and Bonnie Full- L. Lee and Dottle C. Lee,
than June
1972 sales. 500. two lots of Seminole Ridge, wood grantee, .37 of
grantees, two lots in an acre on
Largest transaction In June J.D. Erwin and Barbara A. for $5,000. Santa SRS-IOOA. for Paul Newsome, grantor to SERVICE"at
Fe Shores, for $3,000. $15,000.
was the $55,500 sale a homeIn Erwin R.C. Polhamus and Beatrice C. Futch and Pasco r
La Floresta SubdivisionIn Judy Polhamus, grantors, to The Ott Corporation George Powell A. Pierce and May Mott, grantee, one lot of R.

Starke sold by L.K. Whitehead Rufus R. Humphries and IreneM. grantor, to Rosemary l.:. Gray, Fripp E. Wayne Dempsey, grantors grantee, to, Sigmund Joseph Figlock N. Dowling's Addition for

and May Belle White- Humphries, grantee, two grantee, two lots of Seminole parcel of land, $3,000. and Ann C. Figlock, grantor, $8,500.
head of Starke. White headto lots of South Gate Replat for Ridge, for 5100. to Richard W,Bryant,grantee
Dr. Carlos M. Hernandez $4.000. Clyde C. Cone and Nellie 30/100 acres on SR-230, for Koch'sDrug
and Edith Hernandez of St- Doular Mosley, grantor, to The Ott Corporation $18,500. Clerk Howell Nasworthy and :

arke. Lawrence Mosley and LindaG. grantor, to Clarke Mathewson Cone grantor, to Robert E. J. D. Erwin and Barbara Elizabeth F.Nasworthy,grantor -
Prices of transactions are Mosley, grantee 20 acres, grantee, two lots of Seminole Crocker and Sarah L. Crocker to 1 larry Green Auto Parts
figured from documentary tax for 10000. Ridge, for $2,400. grantee, 58.45 acres Sea- Erwin R. C. Polhamus and Inc., grantee, property on East
stamps affixed to deed's filed Henry Stefanelll and Antoin- J.D. t-nvln and Barbara: A. Judy Polhamus, grantors, to Call Street In Starke for $39-
In the county clerk's office. ette Stefanelli, grantor, to Erwin, R. C, Polhamus and board Coast Line Railroad, Ralford Tetstone and Nancy 500.

Listed are sales of $IOOUand Clifton A. Polk and Annie Mae Judy Polhamus, grantors, for $68,000. Tetstone, grantee, one lot of
over: Polk, grantee, two lots in to James F. Shirley and Ver- Parkwood Subdivision for
R. L. Reddish and Margaret Livingston; Addition to Starke tis C. Shirley, grantee, two James Floyd Cowart and 20200. Lake Properties, Inc.,gran-
Reddish, grantor, to Samuel for $3,000. lots of Dowllng Park Subdivision Bonnie Cowart,. grantor, to Jennie E. Spltze. grantor, tor, to James Bryant, gran-
Thomas and Juanita C. Thomas for $18,200.Cars Alice Leach, grantee, one acre to William S. Clem and Mary tee, two lots of Smokerise, Starke 9646757Prescription
grantee 100 acres on Ronnie Cason and Nora S. on SR-225, for $6,000. Ruth Clem grantee one lot for $8,000.
SH-225. for $3,300. Caaon, grantor, to Jerry L. f

Dempsey and Gertrude L. f SavingsFor .. .. ... .
Guy Andrews and Elizabeth Dempsey, grantee, two par- Towing Don't Trim Azaleas Camellias NowTwo A
S. Andrews grantor to Win- cels of land right of SR-100, Campers Need ,
lam E. Vogeney and Ertcla J. for $18,500. Young & Old. .. .
Vogeney, grantee, one lot of Extra Caution of Florida's plants at it does no harm to the tree. Ethion or Malathion.
Country Club Estates, for $1 I, George F, Snell and Ann C. this time are producing buds Burford Holly Is an excel- Slugs and snails frequently
Snell grantor, to Franklin for next year's flowers according lent ornamental for Florida do damage to patio and annual
800.Gary S. Martin and Ina C. Delano Thomas and Gladys Drivers who tow a trailer to Florida Nurserymen homes. It makes a shrub, plants. They may skeletonizea I exclusive
AN
Martin, grantor to Edward F. B. Thomas, grantee, one lot on their summer outings are and Growers Association small tree, or good hedge. leaf and cause an unsightly
Hlppllnger and Julia W. Ripp- of Green Acres, for $2,000. "hitching up" to added re- (FNGA). condition. In order to con-
linger, grantee 11.15 acres Charles H. Alcanter, gran- sponslbllites, the Florida These two plants are camel- The main drawback to Bur- trol slugs and snails, which
right-of-way of the Seaboard tor, to Jack P. Eckdahl and Highway Patrol warns. lias and azaleas. If you get ford Holly Is Its suscepti- feed at night, it Is suggestedthat
Coast Line Railroad, for $6 Leona E. Eckdahl, grantee, Col. Eldrlge Beach, Patrol carried away and prune aza- bility to tea scale. This Is you use a bait of Met- HUDSON
100. one lot of Seminole Ridge, director said, "Increasing leas and camellias now you the white growth on the underneath aldehyde. If you do not like
Richard Francis Jarvis and for $5,500. numbers of Florida families may cut off next spring's side of the leaf that baits, try a dust or spray
will be taking along something flowers. looks like a fungus. You for pest control problems on
Mary C. Jarvis, grantor, to George W. Roberts, Jr., and
!: extra on their summer out- Camellias and azaleas should should be cautioned here NOTto your plants.
Carl E. Douglas and MarianR. Nancy W. Roberts, grantor,to
Douglas, grantee one lot James H. Mlneslnger and Elizabeth ings. That 'something'bea be sprayed for red spider use Cygon on Burford Holly.It Your home grounds will gain
trailer and the added responsibilities will defoliate the entire In value and will be happy
in Saratoga Heights, for $15, T. Mlneslnger, parcelof at this time. Use Kelt- you
500. land right of Mimosa Drive, of driving saf- hane at the rate specified on plant. Instead of Cygon, use with a better appearing place.
Beatrice, \ Robertson. grantor for ? snn._. ely while towing It," the bottle. A light applicationof
no TAN -'
Beach emphasized safety fertilizer may encouragethe
checking tail lights, brake growth and bud set on KEYSTONE ME1ROSE F if IS
lights and turn signals before azaleas and camellias.

DO YOU HAVE A leaving, and at Intervals Watch your ornamental plants -
during the trip.A and citrus during this BUSINESS DIRECTORY
KILOWATT' strong axle or frame month for heavy Infestations
mounted hitch is recommended of whitefly When you see S
by the Patrol chief, and the files swarming around the FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES t! HARDWARE GARDEN 1
HOG he reminded drivers that Flo- plant do not spray. Walt about

rida statutes require a safety 10 to 12 days. The larvae will SUM'S HARDWARE now can buy all yourfamily's
you
chain from the trailer to the be hatching and if you use t/ Yee ,

IN YOUR BACK YARD? towing vehicle to restrain the Malathion or Diazlnon you can vitamins and
Fish tTStuff 4
trailer if the hitch should fall. control the infestation. MHO-NTH

"Remember your extra len- Australian Silk Oak Is
widely
OLD INEFFICIENT AIR CONDITIONING UNIT THAT IS gth and allow more room for planted throughout Florida. It Live Bolt A cemplete line el How. 4 household drugs at savingsof

YOU MUCH MORE FOR ELECTRICAL CURRENT- turning, changing lanes and Is not one of the best'shade Clcke".Shinn..Wo. BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS
COSTING passing. Increase following trees, but It grows rapidly. MinnowtTACKLERODSREELS Plumbing & Electricel Supp. up to 60%
NOT CONSIDERING HIGH REPAIR BILLS! REPLACE IT NOW distances to allow for stopping Sometimes a problem deve- Gro- en. Fertilisers

I WITH A MODERN, EFFICIENT UNIT BY because of the added weight," lops on this tree for which FISHING & HUNTING Insecticides For over 40 years Hudson has served millionsof

Beach said there Is no known cure or Lumber & Building Materials ...J
AMMUNITION Americans from coast-to-coast with
i Other drivers should remember cause. This condition is known LICENSES. | Hwy. 21 N. 200 ..cI. Frem Light ,
GENERAL .; ELECTRIC that motorists pull- as external bleeding. The ICE quality-tested vitamins ana proprietary drug
ing trailers have these extra bleeding is, In fact, a resinous Kcytton. Hgt*. 473-4357 Keystone Heights 473-3663
responslbllltes and should gummy-like sap, amberin products. Now, we are pleased to make the

...OFFERING THE MOST COMPLETE LINE display a little extra courtesy color and solidifies in a CAMP TRAILERS I'ELEIIStONAIR: CO.NDRobbie's Hudson line available to you .
toward them, the director few days. Many a person has
OF RESIDENTIAL UNITS SIZED TO MEET added. been taken by unscrupulouscon TIIKISES TV & 3t prices that will make you feel good.

men offering to control \PPLINCKQi :
THE REQUIREMENT OF ANY HOME. this problem says Florida Camp _0_...... "III

IhE Old 16mMt Nurserymen and Growers Trailer Sale* [uusur
Association. FNGA). Don't
-- DON'T DELAY- ,C .''- believe these con men, for Safety Low liai ('.l,. TV STERO
as stated before, there is no Price and liators on lo' CAR AND PORTABLE
PHONE US TODAY INL.INr. r control for the problem and Hi. Lou I xrlusiteTowing TAPE DECKS .oil
It II' : j COMMERICAL ANDRESIDENTIAL bt d,'"
,, BROWNREFRIGERATION I / Insurance .' ...
.:.o'Imr.rN I'! .'._.
.
j SENIOR J JAMtSft. RO :\:>ON.:\ PROP AIR CONDITIONING :: L '
: 7JMf -
.1 ; O Miles. Ot K>\ Htnne. SALES & SERVICEs ( EXCEDRIN

AIR CONDITION CITIZENSReceived 4-s- OH SLEEP CORICIDIN'O'TWIOIANTRlLirr ....r...... "..".
'
theatres KEYSTONE 473. 651 r or COMMON ::.: I'.
llvnl "In summer distance call TABLETS COLO kfMFTOMtiMTABLrrs
fulln'rlon I'mn/t in a long r Noun YJ'.r 'W. I
farmer replace the cows Frfpdson presidentof s.L.
from Max .
226 S. Walnut St. Starke, 964773Vl their barns with hams." the Congress Senior Citi- RELEST.TEl.TOSERICE: ..unfT c MS u. TO ''50'"sur%1'
< %
50
I I 1 ri fur .I.J....,.!?../ n),..,.,./.r. ."'';'P'-, I'rol"eii 1l"/iIii\/ zens club of Florida for the commendingour good work Richard T. Loyorn KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE ...,95C_ 4 e( .

we are doing in this area. We ": Real Estate Broker .
are affiliated with the Con- :31. Front End: i"i !lm"n' 'r..J

and almost all of the wheel 1\.I..n"n" rMr.-
gress LAKE PROPERTIES,
I Watcher members subscribe to the RESIDENTIAL 'Air. ConJ.laontn", ...ar.I.. t .
Watt Congress Newsletter: for $1 : fBALlE ,..
a year. BUSINESS ACREAGE\. 7 Brake :Service 8 I

Literature was received I INSURANCE Lub,,, .HIOn Oil C h..n" .
from \Vllllam P. Fisher, field
I representative of the Social K.ysten. Hgt.. 47).3254 Tune l'r REST HUDSON HUDSON
Security Administrationwhich TIre to(r+VIM ner AND OrPERTOC\: ALLERFORMAlkfGilt.+nnr or'N.r
i3-4hq 'Goad/ear % .. .
,
was distributed at our U*PIM'I**''ATU .COLD'0.riYr0 CO..ON e Urq fv1.UHO.IY,OU..,,,..
I meeting. Questions on Social t .In Kn"rr H- +. I I It.ltlh .N.U/1 Cole IV MUSS '
I! Hint17a Security payments, Medicareand \ I (Durbin .- .-t .. : I \\ILK Off L.I 21 1 end I III KLm COST UP TO Or.ea'S MTABirrt

Medicaid will be answered F.. ..-\. 19 \. olf Ion 50. .% $155 ONL sloe
at our meetings. However I .,N \t.4ree 4"-r, KI-,10o.:1: :: Iltl .... a--In., ) .
Mr. Fisher is at the Civil
I Defense building In Starkeon BE \l'Tl' SHOP S. E.: \Icl\a ). ! r :Mondays and Thursdaysfrom e- r+
9:45: 11:45: a.m. for Nell9tf S.Llch.l': REALTOR

I your convenience. ..mb," of ,e.' "I 1 .
# Beauty Style Sl.nr ,. R'., J..n'.1i, "ppr., "'rs : tLJ"

New: members and visitors a 1 ...Tm, < ih Area tar .,' y r ir- I

were Harry and Harriet Elb, you"Phone Mr1Mi livi lirfrn ," <. i iC HUDSON ONE A UAt I IV
: Eib Ann Bennett .U' HC'. DSOPTYLENOL"
Margaret /75 VIODAV j
and Dorothy Jenkins all from .I'4 Mrf>...on '...m.'rt' i-t,*( vHMr PLUS IRON Mui; ; w SUDOPRIN, : >::l.Cl N',>r tlAN

ale know j Muit. ..rr.aNl. I JO nflLn Noll, 100"0"
Keystone Heights I u mn t.assert t-. ;i .'. s wN: .N'to"C
YT L ..... .
I with : ,AULtS n'uo' 00' & C''U.T'
they will be happy us too
as we will be with them and ;(...' Mi I IeNIIC kl'binons, -IJiL I F5 50% N,$149 5..Q.%

look forward to many years Height >- I I lomes-\creage-Kentals ."
... .
of fellowship.My .t
wife Dorothy wants to Melrose 'W Office Phone i" *. ,$it \

tiv : thank expressions everyone for for better their health kind :: Roys ShellWrecker ,: P 1t I L7rl
Lonell's Boutique 1. h loL "0 ::
and also Bill and Hazel Rich ;1' Service I 3B
:: ,
t = .A .
.%
for
ards, house chairmen, 'tyleanJ \"'ceH o" We monitor chonnek 13 C.B. .

1; t4 ing their portions thoughtfulness of cake and In send-cook- For The Completeorr.n t 24 HKS .:., !'o.lTT.9 t"u'o mu! ANI" MATES. -L',PALS r' .,',''".'')'"'' VANTRIN HUDSON,
PI us .
ies to her at each meeting. ... 7 '-';, IRON rs.UN '.'y- IN S.1l
ServiceKeystone ,. nearsu;.'o' ': ;' T.e.t11 : :t\\'"+
y, Sick members reportedwere Hy 21 D.lw..n AAA areur. .' )rr ..n"s
r 1 i Lock- AV "s Url .
: Eloise Olin, Art K.y.IO"O & Mlro. 50% :
wood, Martha Sundum, and 475-2111 Day C<11Nights ..M.\308\ 50% 'NLS235 M Hf ON.89C
S; '4.,. i Eunice Rasmondo. \\e sin-
4'5-:8'8 4 VITAMIN E SUPPLEMENTS
..
cerely hop they will be well .
**IS'
C Mrs I-/' *4Nore' u
and be with soon all a1n.
us ,
.:M {:ar5ul { a FIII Dirt I.cticol Contractor ..d
vw -PSUUS $5.40
We are organizing a meet- t- 1 .
Ing to Pat Farnsworth, dir- Beach Sand Bell Electric Co. CMM70o..3ocpsuai l 0f' stlon$3.95* U-'ltALLBEE

of CLUB and the Cloy Fill
ector many
$8.70
James a. Bell Owner HUDSON WITH C cPSUiis
, people who worked with him MTf*If LuflLC .
baa' Tractor Work d CEEBEVIM JM>t *i* I HAPS*r i hU ".t O'*I! U.we d t
full on a very difficult case of Hank '.0". y, al e;;lnownr, :: !!t'ii .n( "."iuil $7.45
an elderly person which was Bu"I"I .Tt, ,e1oN So'.....
crnT u TC V TMIN' t 'p'
KEYSTONE mllJJrs./: ; R..cJ..nroIl 1 J.GS.SYLt. E/Oy 'IOO ,l-'lt'..t>o-'.i U"'l
keparEleenaal I $070 Moil C' ,'JO tarSUltS $2.75
Run electric dishwasher just once a day.Keep brought to a successful conclusion PIIO\E 73.H61J'I I: Flrrure, l J J50 CAPSULES 3.70
your after two months of
41
P.0 BOX Range Hoods
until have full load. You Intensive work. We need people -
stacking dishes you a save ,.
your Key.Ione Hgt 4"1.1c0::
. '
like Pat Farnsworth, LAKE\ GENE \ Prices Good Thru Wed 25 July
! watts and more}. And help prolong your dishwasher's life. Joyce Rlherd Louise New-

electric dishwasherand man and others. Accept the COTR.CrORSt'TO SERVICE
For more ways to save on your
from the member-
other major electric appliances pick up our free collectionof gratitude ship of the Stark, Senior CIti- TRIANGLE "R"ENTFRPUSE JOHNSON AUTO TUNE UP 'Total: Service & Savings"

Watt Watcher hints. At your appliance zens Club. need fer the INC.'Genetal RepairingEngines
r- : There Is no R.bult
dealer's local FPL office. I=J 15--\ elderly people to be lonely CENCIAL COMTRACTORSf.tc Minor Machine Shop Vork'
or nor feel left out. The doors >...fc. Insured Automatic 1 ,alul'Ion f FREE DELIVERYSTARKE
'.". ',,,,' 1M' :)Y" are wide open for you. Our zing Air Conditioning
next meeting will be July The Lindal Cedar Homes 'Tires Batteries 964-6757
24 at 1 p.m. Pratt Street |Mon. Fri.7'O P.M

Be Watt Watcher and watch what you save. Recreation' Center. 473-N.P.O.ScRd21 Bos 6)7 2110 473-3542 LAKE Sat.GENEVA?30 1 47J-4H-P.M.6 ,A 24 Hour Eiiierjsency Rx Service ,

-Joe Kerrigan . . .



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F1 N F I RF, -1 County Volunteers Hold Open HouseAt R Il Rfyre




New Home Of Fire DepartmentIt a Ir, nl 1 '3t



eve', was a day long awaited, p.m. ceremonies had to be from Waldo, Melrose, Hampton Green said the departmentis
and Bradford County's; Volun- delayed slightly while the vol- and Starke; the Mayorand pretty well equipped now,
teer Fire Department and Auxiliary unteersa answered an emer- Chief of Police of La- and manpower has grown from
members made the gency call to a mobile home Crosse; Edgar Aid of Jack- eight at the beginning, to 32
most of it at a well-attended fire at New River. Incident sonville, Deputy State Fire at present.

? open house Sunday afternoonin ally, they lost this one, as Marshall; Billy White of Live
their new pre-fab steel the call was delayed, and the Oak, District vice presidentof Green has been fire chief
headquarters at Weldon and fire was too far advanced the Florida I Firemen's since the first: election of

Grand Streets. when they arrived.) Assn., and various officialsand officers In January, 1969.
board member of Starke Other present officers are: '
s-)
But firemen's work is never Bill Gnann t
assistant chief
Following a flag-raising ceremony and Bradford County. ;
doneeven on open house by Boy Scout Troop Robert Foster, secretary;and
day It seems-- and the 2 Lou Chaff, .
70 and -
ribbon-cutting by Chief Green said the de- .f.
County Commissioner George partme.it had some lean days treasurer.:1

Fire Chief Harry Green (Left) is presented guests Roberts,heard the Rep.firemen Frank and since it was organized about ;: ::::::::::::::::;:;:.:;:;::::;::::::::::::::;:::::::: Members of Firemen's Auxiliary take time out

certificate of 100% in the Florida s four years ago, "starting with ::
membership
Williams laud the departmentwhich nothing." The first truck was for refreshment after serving hundreds at open

State Firemen's Association by Charles Robin- started from scratchIn obtained through the Fores- r I TalkingAbout house. From left: Willi. Mae Fatter, Shirley Gnann,
1968 and now has a plant I
ette, of Tallahassee, First Vice President. and: equipment with replace- try and since Service that In time June three of more 1969, Voncille RobinsonLay Wainwright, Juanita Scott,

ment value of at least $125- Phoebe Bakken Oleeta Hardenbrook.
trucks have been added, including : ,
000. Williams commended the a tank truck, a pickup :.'
firemen for their faithfulness ThingsBy
etHTOKiALSTough truck from the county, anda : '
: in answering more than 200 surplus truck from Camp
calls to all parts of the coun- Blanding. Replacementvalueof HOME: NOTES
ty, since organizing the unit. these and other equipment George Huggins

Charles Robinette, Fire Defense would be at least $100,000, From Your Extension Home

New Law Coordinator with the Green said. I spend a few hours this : Economics Agent
Florida Forest Service and week making some prepara- /'". : ... _
1st vice president. of the Florida The financial situation for tions for a little fall gar- .I r p 1
"
State Firemen's Asso- operating expenses got criti- den. --r.mz' BY KATHY BROWN .

Seeks Equal Assessments ciation, congratulated Chief cal about a year ago, Green L.o. ...
Harry Green, and said that said, but the turning point I can tell you one thing, T

Bradford County; should be came when the County Com- using a five horse power ro- spirits with cool, tangy lemonor
proud of its volunteer depart- mission agreed to appropriate totiller very long at one time CHERRY BONANZAIf lime coolers.
ment. lie said Bradford was $16,000 from revenue shar- will take the morning coffee
With Bradford County's Boardof transaction to enable him to eval- one of only six counties in ing funds to divide among out of a person who has Just you are looking for a The U.S. Department of

Tax Adjustment meeting coming uate the transfer, its terms, and the State with active county; all fire departments in the passed 40. We have all heard fresh idea for summer menus, Agriculture says that the best

13 (unlucky number) consideration. It also requires the firefighters.Other county. The county volunteers' that life begins at 40, but you're bound to get a good quality; lemons will have a
up on August listing of personal property sep- share of this was about$5,000, these are some things that response from your family rich yellow color and reason-
taxpayers would do well to famil- officials the are nearing end after when home
attending Green said, which put the department an you you bring fresh able smooth-textured skin
iarize themselves with House Bill arately, if any is involved in the open house were fire chiefs back on its feet. pass that 40th mile post. cherries. And now is the timeto with a slight gloss. Limes

No. 1331, the so-called "truth in transaction so that it might be buy them.There's may be green or yellow, but

taxation" law passed at the last deducted by the tax assessor in .. .. .. .... .. .... ...... ..." . "" .. ". .... .. .... .. ....... .... ... Well, with most things there should have a glossy skin.
computing valuation for ad val- are advantages and disadvan- a bonanza of sweet, Both lemons and limes shouldbe

legislative session. orem tax purposes. Such information ( County A g fiat Notebook that tages. You have always and heard juicy cherries this year, avai- heavy in relation to their
you appreciate enjoy lable right now in stores across size. Weight is an indicationof
This Is a stringent new act is to be kept confidential by something more: If you worka the southeast, reportsthe juiciness.

which places even tighter controls the assessor, of course. Ih' little bit for that thing. U.S. Department of AgrI-
Maybe that is why my toma- culture's Marketing Service.
over county tax assessors, and ._
The totes are still so good now. Cherries, with their appeal- --- ----
law also creates Assessment
an '
If they do not perform their job BOBBY If had been in
Administration Review : my garden a ing color and luscious flavor
properly, the legislators want them : drier location, I would have have long been one of our FORESTRYIN
E recommended for suspension by Commission with adjudicatory authority TAYLOR had a real surplus. most popular fruits. For a
to hear rela- BRADFORD COUNTYBy
. complaints superb treat at mealtime or
the Governor. .5.
;':. ting to approval or disapproval of n"" .. .... .. .. ..". .... .. .. ... .. ... ... Joo.. in between, cherries offer
,. assessment rolls. Assessors are Talking last week with Instant enjoyment just as they
In fact, they want all propertyin George Grant who works at are. All you have to do is JohnO'Meora
all counties to be assessed at also subject to an in-depth studyby COUNTY:: AGENT'S: NEWS. prove breeding and the calf the Farmer Co-op Store, andh wash them, and they're readyto .

100 per cent of Its value now, the State Auditor General every crop percentage of your herd.It told'! mo that h3 put a for be eaten. .

in 1973, and want state auditorsto three ;years to determine the levelof Looks like we can't go very tomato plants on beds cov-
long without some kind of does take good nruiage- ered with black -- -- -
seed them
check and make sure that It assessments in relation to just plastic just You'll want to ,
"Outbreak ment to produce clover. like we do strawberries. of If you're planningto
' value as compared with those in course,
- is. They are asking for detailed Things like soil testing, ade- Those not on plastic could use them in a mixed fruit Everybody has seen a dyIng -
S facts to explain any declines in the same classification in other I learned last week that weha.e quate lime and fertilizer and not take the 24 Inches of rain dish. They combine beautifully pond, rimmed by pond

! a county's tax rolls, and five counties.If had several horses with grazing management should be during the growing season. with other fresh fruitsin scum or hyacinths. Event
i Florida counties-- Franklin, lIar- sleeping sickness in our part of your program. I'll be Those on plastic made as fruit cups, salads and many ually this will choke the pondto
found to be out of line County. Mosquito season is happy to discuss clover and fine as he has ever seen. desserts. death and empty it of fish.
dee, Holmes, Levy, and Madison-- with us now and this is the other pasture production with That was mighty good because In studies of our environ-
5 l; have indicated they expect declines the assessor is notified in writ- time when horses are mast: you at any time. Just call or I know what kind of Left on the stem, cherries ment, such ponds have their

: in 1973. Bradford County, on the ing and given 15 days to file his vulnerable. If you have a come by your county agent's a garden George usually has. make a colorful garnish on a use--because they teach the

other hand, has reported a healthy Intention to comply, or he may horse that has not been vaccinated office In Starke.LETTERS. slice of melon, or a half pearor order of biological suc-

Increase of $5 1/2 million on its request a hearing by the Commission for this disease, you 'p5 other fruit. cession. It is a little like
should vaccinate the horseas I sure have been happy to being able to watch the courseof
1973 roll according to new tax- in an effort to resolve
soon as possible. learn that a few people got Or, for your summertimetable a revolution (only taking
able values that Assessor Gene differences. If still found to be
some Zipper Cream pea seed why not make an appe- place in nature, not in government -
Long will report to the County not in compliance after the hear- Mosquito control is also very before Clyde Cone at Brooker tizing centerpiece of fresh ).

Commission soon. ing, the assessor runs the risk Important. I understand that stopped planting, and that sweet cherries still on the
of having his entire roll dis- our County mosquito control was this spring. Jerry White- stem, along with pears and In a forest, there is also
unit has stepped up their head told me that he had other fresh fruits to suit your such a pattern of "over-
Under the new law, countytax approved. A COMMUXITY'S! : LOSS "
spraying program, especIally gotten 100 pounds of seed for own taste. throw All young forests
assessors must report any begin with of ,
community
In the areas where this Dear Mr. Editor fall I told him that a
change in valuation of a piece of Perhaps there will be unhap- disease has been diagnosed.You : he had crop.a hundred pounds of Arrange the fruits in a large, plants supported by rocks, I
propertyeither down-- piness in some quarters when the shallow dish, with the pears soil, air and water. 1
up or can also spray jour horses Too often, I feel, we become golden nuggets and to be
to the State Department of Rev- notices of new tax assessmentsare with a suitable Insecti- complacent and unappreciative sure and take real good care and other bulkier fruits in the These 5

enue for approval. Rep. Ralph mailed out Friday, and those cide or keep them in a screened toward those within our of them. sweet middle.cherries Then around put plenty the;out-of ough a number components of changes go thr-,
stall until
Turlington Gainesville Democrat who are dissatisfied must act the horse community who, over the with first of
plant
: side for And add one type or
has built an immunity after easy access.
up and I well remember whenI
consistently unpretentiously can
and one of the authors of the new within seventeen days of that date vaccination. years of those another dash of color here and tree having dominance. Usually -
drive enhance got 3 or 4 pounds
law, says it is designed to preventany to file a form with the Clerk of our beloved Bradford County. seeds from the University; to there by putting some of the the sturdier trees are I

"hoodwinking" of the taxpayers. the Court requesting an appeal. I have had two calls recently Unfortunately, only the loss of tryout in the field. They told cherries in among the larger the sive hardwoods in hoarding, more the aggres-
sunlight
The County Commission will sit about heifers and young such Individuals from our me to tell whoever planted fruits in the middle of the from the conifers

as a Board of Adjustment at 9:30: cows being crippled duringthe midst brings us to the rea- :hem, not to sell !any or even be centerpiece. This is bound to (away pines).
breeding season. One lization of just how much they give any away. They did not a winner at meal or snack
that of Brad- a.m. August 13 and only those
Long says most: had broken time.
and the
cow a leg have meant to us. even have a name then. Mr. Each stage in the biological
ford's increase in taxable values persons will 'be heard who have others had a broken pelvis.Cows Cone planted them, he ate succession of a "natural for-

comes from upped assessments on filed a petition to oppose their are mach like horses Thus it was, with personal some, I ate some, he saved But however you choose to est" presents its advantages.

"Idle land," which has been under assessments. The Clerk will seta with broken legs. There Is sadness, I learned this week seed. University tests were serve sweet cherries, you'll Certain wildlife will live only

assessed on the basis of what it time for their appearance before little that can be done eco- that Faye and Curtiss Mar- finished that season, they were find them a bonanza in good in conditions arising out of
is the board and those who do nomically to "save" the animal lowe will be moving from our named and they are getting eating. a forest's natural regener-
currently selling for. Long ,
says In most it is
cases, community. As a teacher and more popular all the time. ation. The red-cocaded
he has no choice In the matter, not appear at the correct time better to dispose of the animal administrator In our schools, That was only about four years COOL SPIRITS WITH TANGY woodpecker for Instance,will

with the State breathing down his may not be heard. In a humane way because Curtiss exemplified our com- ago. So, I'll say again, If you CITRUS survive only In stands of ma-

neck, demanding 100 per cent assessments most cattlemen and veteri- mon goal-- to do what's best have some Zipper Cream, be ture longleaf pine trees, in
"When the owner sellsa These are only a few of the narians do not have the equip- for children. As a 'Gal FrI- sure and saves some seed. And, when the heat has the which a disease called "red-

piece of property for a high changes provided by the new law, ment and facilities to take day' in the Bradford Agricultural 555 family dragging, uplift their heart has Infiltrated. No
care of the animal until the Offices, Faye re- one knows the reason for
price, he in effect is fixing its which is too lengthy to discuss
bone can repair itself. diated a sunny personality; of Bradford County Farm Bureau this strange choice of a home.
;
value for assessment purposes," here in all its phases. Those who helpfulness to all. is drawing close to the Stale AuditorOK's It may be the sticky pitch exuded -

Long explains are Interested in further details This should serve as a reminder end of another year. More by the diseased tree is
may read a copy of the law at the to look at our breed- I know that I speak for many and more people are realiz- Records Of a defense for the woodpecker

As stated by the Legislature, Tax Assessor's office.In ing program. We need to Bradford Countians--the boysof ing the Importance of agri- Former SheriffState against predators.
separate our young breeding FFA, the students of Law- culture and
the purpose of HB 1331 is "to having some organization Many people like to the
animals from our older herd. toy Elementary, your fellow working with other see
recognize and fulfill the State's the meantime, don't "blow We should also use a smaller educators and friends--when organizations and Auditor/General Er- forest left to its natural order -

responsibility to secure a just your stack" when you get the bad bull on our heifers. I humbly say to Faye and state, and national legislative on county; nest Ellison has found no fault of succession. They feel

valuation for ad valorem tax pur- news Friday. The Assessor is only Curtiss, we will miss you! matters for the Interest of with the way former Bradford man's activities have Inter-
Horse files and face files are County Sheriff P.D. Reddish, rupted the "natural order of
poses of all property" and topro'ide doing the job that the State will agriculture. We are ending "
who retired from office last things.
becoming a problem on a num- Sincerely
do for him if he fails to do it this year with 625 family
a uniform standard for ber of farms. These files can Jean Clark January, handled records and
assessing property in every county properly. Tax assessments are rob you of many pounds of beefif memberships. accounts of the office. An important lesson that

of the state. No: one can argue no longer left up to the wMzn of not controlled. There are a ...................................................................-.........................................,.,.,.,........,..,.......,...,.......................................... The report, covering a per- we forest can ecology renew teaches our forests.is that
with this objective, for obviously the Individual assessor-- the Stateis number of insecticides on the ';.;"; ; ; ;;;;;"" ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;"" "" ;;;;;;;; ;; : :::'''';';';';';';';';';';';';';'i';':= iod from Oct. 1, 1971 to the
market that can be used as a I' V end of the term on Jan. 1,1973 While it is often misunder-
it is unfair to taxpayers in one determined to have a uniform 1 Social] stood the duty of foresterIs
spray, pour-on, or In back- I Security Increase | and subsequent transactionsto a
county to be assessed at full valueof system of assessments, as far rubbers or dust bags. All May 10 of this year, showedthe to teach and demonstrate

their property, and those in as humanly possible, and that Is methods are effective if used ; Scheduled For June 1973President : proper transfer of the to landowners that forests can

another county at half or less. the way It should be. properly former sheriffs accounts to be continuously productive.The .

Nixon last week cost of living Increases to June his successor, Dolph Reddish, world needs both timber

In order to accomplish this If you have a legitimate. gripe, This Is a good time"to take signed legislation increasing 1974. his son. and the "fringe benefits" of
and sub-
end, the new law provides that however, there is always the op- soil samples on your land for Social Security; benefits by It was estimated that benefits sequent"Original amendments budgets were timber production eco-
more than five cent effective would increase between 5.6
per
the Clerk of the Circuit Court portunity to appeal to the Boardof winter pastures, gardens, or June 1973. properly prepared and sub- logical balance wildlife, recreation -
and 5.8 cent next ,
other This is the best per year
shall require any person selling Adjustment. But don't forgetto way to crops.determine the lime and The bill had been passedby with the first checks to be paidin mitted to the County Com- aesthetics.The .

real property to file an Informa- file that petition for appeal fertilizer requirements for both houses of Congress, July. missioners," the report said. forest can be managedto

tion form providing the tax assessor before the deadline-- just seventeen your crops. Don't guess, soil to help compensate for the Impact The bill was a compromisewhich "Expenditures were kept develop newer and better
of inflation on the buying President Nixon agreedto within total budget appropri-
with the days from Friday.miliij test. techniques so as to get
adequate data on more
power of the elderly. accept after threatening to ations, and annual reports uses out of trees. New
The high price for feeds has The measure also Increased veto a more generous version. were correctly prepared." thods are making it possibleto me-
caused a lot of our cattlemento from $2,100 to $2,400 the a- Also provided in the act are Comments on records and use the of the
pRID4 consider and make plansto mount of money an individualmay raises in welfare benefits for internal control Included the very scraps
wood
and to make the actual
Cc O grow clover on their flat- ear annually without a more than six million aged, notation that cashbooks, ledgers -
: woods soils I've said many reduction In Social Security blind, and disabled recipients. registers and accounting cutting cleaner and more subtle -
AC11Vf 13 ; times that if you have clover benefits. This provision of These Increases boost the forms were well kept on a Instead of huge patchesof

lV rAfx+ett pq land and cattle, you cannot afford the act Is effective next January monthly payments from $130to current basis. cutover lands, forestersare
to not have clover. 1 1.Also 1. $140 for an individual, and experimenting with tech-
ron OOgTION from $195 to $210 for a couple, .. niques of cutting the Umber
Increased from $12.000 in Irregular blocks. Also
starting In July 1974. bow-
O* BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Clover can save
you moneyon to $12,600 was the maximum Another provision of the new .. row pits and other man made
Publishers your fertilizer bill at the wage base on which Social Social Security; bill requires disruptions will be less square
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke same time it Is producing a Security taxes are imposed. states to supplement federal and neat -- more easily camouflaged -
Fla. under Act of March \. 189. high quality; high protein feed.It Legislation enacted last year welfare benefits to make sure I .
can cause your cattle to
Subscription rate in trade area: 56 per year 55.10 six months. produce more milk and Increase provides automatic cost of that no recipient gets a cut in
Outside trade $- $1.00 six months living boosts In Social Security benefits when welfare pro- Management (Got static preservation -
area
Phone 964-630 : per year Sr.lrke. in weight in early
Fla when both benefits starting In January grams shift from state to federal "A nickel Ian' supposed to ) Is the secret of
needed.spring Clover are also most Im- 1975. The new bill advancesthe operation at"the end of .,>e a. good( a. a dollar but It keeping Florida's forest both
can
effective date for these this year. II I/(;nee to church more often.** I productive and beautiful




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Ji;" --- '_:&= !i" ,"",' Legal J Notices 'I'I"'I1'': ,,-..._ m!III 1 UJlltL fkM. AI
Community News

I, entered against you for the Florida, on Monday, August you and
relief demanded In the Pe- 6, 1973, at 10:00: o'clock A.M. serve a you are required to
of
copy written
NOTICE tition. on the petition of George H. your
I WITNESS my hand and the Pierce, as attorney for the the defenses plaintiff's If any to it, on Qy Elizabeth Civens: Walker
seal of said Court on the 11th Estate of Luther G. Powell, attorney, whoso
day of July, 1973. name and address Is Hon.
Public deceased, which petition was George SCHOOL NEWS congregation rendered ser night at 7:30, Bible Class.
Gilbert S. BrownAs H. Pierce, 203 Temple
HearingA Classes for adults have vices at Pierson in behalfof
spread upon the minutes of a Avenue Thursday night, Prayer MeetIng -
Clerk of said Court Starke, Florida.
started at RJE the Dual
meeting of said Board of Coun- on Mondayand Day celebration
and file .
By: Beulah M. Moody the original with the
ty Commissioners held on July Wednesday nights. All Interested with Rev. Williams as speak

Public Hearing will be held at the City Hail First Publication Deputy Clerk 2, 1973, requesting that said clerk of the above styled courton persons are invitedto er.Sunday Pleasant Grove United Me-
City of Starke, Florida at 7:30 p.m., August 6, 1973. :July 19,1973 Board close and abandon those or before July 23, 1973; attend for self Improve- terminates the annual thodist Church:Sunday School,
4t 8/9
7/19
All parties will be heard at this time. portions of unused platted otherwise a judgement may ment, Job improvement, and Women's Day celebra- 10 a.m. with Leo DeSue superintendent -
APPLICATION FOR CHANGE IN ZONING streets hereinafter described, be entered against you for to study toward a diploma.For tion, starting with Sunday Church service
CITY OF STARKE and renounce and disclaimany the relief demanded in the Information Vo-Tech School at 9:30 with guest tea- each first and third Sunday,

Request has been made to zone the property described NOTICE right of Bradford County complaint or petition. 964-6150. chers serving. Mrs. E. Wal- 3 p.m. Rev. Willie Stitt pastor -
below for a Mobile Home Park, U. S. Iliway The Board of Tax Adjustments Florida, and the publicIn WITNESS my hand and the ker, Class IA; Miss Frances Visitors always wel-
301 So., Jo-Lu Motel property east side of Hwy. 301, will meet on Monday, August and to the land lying with- seal of said Court on June CHURCH NEWS Jenkins, Class IB: Mrs. Mau- come.

north of the Longhorn Restaurant; 122,500 sq. ft. 13, 1973, at 9:30: A.M. In the in said portions of unused 13, 1973 Greater Allen Chapel AME rice Williams, Class No. 2; The third annual ushers anniversary -
Sec. 32, Tp. 6 S., R. 22 E Board of County Commiss- platted streets; said portions GILBERT S BROWN Church, Rev. B. C. Williams Mrs. Sarah Morris, No.3. for Pleasant Grove
Begin 528. 29 ft. N and 499.62 ft. W of SE Cor. of ioners Room, in the Court- of unused platted streets being As Clerk of said Court pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mrs. Jarutha DeSue, No. 4; United Methodist Church will

NE 1/4, run S 40 degrees, 11' E., 350 ft.; S. 49 degrees house, to hear complaints of described as follows: By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Morning Worship at 11. All Mrs. Gloria E. Jackson, No. be held Friday July 20, at
49' W, 349.30 ft.; N. 40 degrees, 11' W. 350 ft. to State their Assessments. Portions of Washington Deputy Clerk members will attend the Fellowship 8. At 11 a.m. Mrs. Ruth Johns 8 p.m. The public Is cor-

Road R/WN.; 49 degrees 49'E,349.30 ft.to POB, ex- 7/19 2t 7/26 Street, between Block 2 and (Court Seal) Hour at 3 p.m. at will speak. Dinner will be dially Invited.

cept R/W. Block 11, and between Block 6/28 4t 7/19 New Bethel Baptist Church, served at 12 noon, free. At
All parties wishing to be heard must be present I and Block II, and betweenthe which will terminate services 3 P.m. Rev. G. G. McArthurand the Od1vmu
.. at this time. NOTICEL. southern terminal of Lake for the day. congregation from High
L. M. Gaines G, Powell Est. and L. II, Street and Block 11, together Sunday. July 29, is Mis- Springs will render services )}
Chairman Zoning Board Outlaw have made Applicationto with all of Lake Street and sionary Day, starting with terminating the program
Merrill Edwards the Bradford County Zoning Railroad Avenue that lies east Sunday School at 10 a.m. Mor- for the day.Ebenezer. *) "
City Clerk, City of Starke Board for reclassification of of Block 1, east of the east- ning Worship at 11, with the )

J It 7/19 the property described below ern terminal of Washington missionaries in charge. All Baptist Church, ,'
I' from RI-C to MS- Street, and east of Lots I members are asked to cooperate Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.Sun- \'

i Blks 1, 2 & lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Block 11, lying and with this activity. day School, 9:45: ending ser- "Just because things go
and 4 Blk 11 Lincoln City & being In Section 32, Township vices for the day. Weekly wrong is no Indication you

Com at SW Cor of NE 1/4 6 South, Range 22 East, Lin- New Bethel Baptist Church, services as follows: Tuesday must go with them."
I of SE 1/4 & Run N 400', Sly coln City Subdivision, as per 1 Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. .
NOTICE 648'. S 190' S -"' ... -
to line of said plat thereof recorded In Deed Sunday School, 9:30: a.m. "
40, W to Beg Also S 3-A of Book I, Page 177, public records Morning Worship at 11. Fellowship -'
E 1/2 of NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Bradford County, Hour, 3 p.m. with ONLY THE VERY RICH
& That port of E 666' of Florida.All Rev. Willie Scott deliveringthe

Public HearingA NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 lying S Interested parties may message. BYPU, 5 p.m.

of E. W. Hayes S/D Ex S appear and be heard at the Evening Service, 7 p.m. CAN AFFORD CHEAP
159' & Ex Ry R/W & that time and place above speci 4 Weekly services as follows:

port of Washington St N of fied.Dated Tuesday night Prayer Meet-
Public Hearing will be held at the City Hall, Blk 11 & All of Lake St. this second day of Ing. Wednesday night, Bible AIR CONDITIONINGQuality

City of Starke, Florida at 7:30 p.m., August 6, 1973. & That port of RR Ave lying July, A. D., 1973. Class. Friday night, July 20,
All parties will be heard at this time. E of Blk 1 & E of lots BOARD OF COUNTY COM- at 8 p.m., Choir No. 1 will Work Doesn't Cost It Pays
APPLICATION FOR CHANGE IN ZONINGCITY I & 4 of Blk 11 & E of Ints. MISSIONERS OF BRADFORD 'hold their anniversary. The

OF STARKE of Washington & RR AVE. COUNTY FLORIDA. public Is invited to attend. BROWN REFRIGERATIONAIR
Request has been made to park a Mobile Homeat This change In classification By: /sGilbert S. Brown

the following location: East side of North Thompson is subject to a public Clerk of Said Board Greater Bethlehem Freewill CONDITIONING
St. directly north of the home of George Grids hearing to be held on Tuesday 7/12 2t 7/19 Baptist Church. Monday night,
and east of the home of Alfred Godwin at 919 N. Thompson July 31 at 7:3U1"'Mlnthel.oun-: (Official Seal) SPRING CLASSIC The Ushers Board No. 2 and Choir WEATHERTON HEAT PUMPS
St.Occupant ty Commission room at the belted jacket cuts a stylish No. 3 will meet at 7:30. SenIor
of Mobile Home will be: Larry Green. Bradford County Court Houseat swath for spring in a perma- Choir meeting Tuesday '226. S. Walnut St. Starke
All parties wishing to be 'heard must be present at which time all persons NOTICE OF INTENTION TO nent press blend that's pre- night. Prayer Band meeting 964-7731
this time. Interested shall be heard for REGISTER FICTITIOUS dominantly cotton for com- Wednesday night. Ladies Cir-
Care-
looks.
and good
L. M. Gaines or against the proposal NAME fort
as stitched and tailored cle, Thursday night. Prayer
Chairman, Zoning Board specified In the Zoning Code Notice is hereby given that fully it's great over crisp white Band meeting Friday night.
Merrill Edwards of Bradford County. the undersigned, Robert J. slacks. A White Stag designin Dinners will be sold from .\
City Clerk, City of StarkeIt John Torode, Chairman Mead and Anzle B. Mead, 75% cotton/25% polyester. the kitchen Saturday. \
7/19 Bradford County Zoning Rt. 1 Box 406 X, Melrose, Last Sunday the pastor and r I

Board. Fla. 32666, Intends to engagein ','#" " #" '''J" ." ,.,..,._" ,'r',. L HOW DO YOU GET RID OF BUGS?
7/12 2t 719NOTICE business under the fictitious -

name, Santa Fe Meadows WtASYI
Rt 1 Box 406 X, Melrose DeWitt. C. Jones Funeral Home Call the experts at Florida

TO BIDDERS Fla. 32666, and that ) Pest Control Their Graduate Ento-
NOTICE Notice Is hereby given for they will register said name i ':) mologists developed a quick, safe,
sealed bids to be submittedto with the Clerk of the Circuit STARKE Monthly Preventative Treatment that costs just pennies a

the School Board of Brad- Court, Bradford County, Flo- : Phone 964-6200 day, yet protects your family, home furnishings, even your
Public HearingA ford County, Florida; Post Office rida. Robert J, Mead and An- clothes. Call the experts at Florida Pest Control todayl I We

Box 939, Starke, Florida zle B. Mead, owners. Dated ; Rental I are listed in the Yellow Pages! r-aJjL f LORIDA
32091, until 5:00: p.m. on the this 7th day of July 1973. Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs & Crutches. ,
day of July 27, 1973, for the 7/12 4tp 8/2 r Est
Public Hearing will be held at the City- Hall, furnishing of all materials, i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Free inspections and estimates p
Starke Fla. at 7:30 August 6, 1973. All ONTIOL.
City of p.m. machinery labor and
equipment 964-5745 539 E. Call St.
parties will be heard at this time. for construction of: In The Circuit Court Eighth Phone 473-3176 Stltrkeu co
,I APPLICATION FOR PARKING MOBILE HOME Roofing and Sheet Metal, Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn &e1l1.ICU
CITY OF STARKE Bradford High School Gymna- and For Bradford County
, Request has been made to park a Mobile Home siumat CIVIL ACTION

''I at the following location: East side State Road 16 West, which time Bids will be Case No.J. .
, the home of Adro Brown and North of the Trailer T. BASS Plaintiffvs
South of
publicly opened and read 72
Kim MM.tHI.r.l, ....,.*.J.... IVTI Suu Bank No.
I home of Sidney Newman. aloud. Any Bid received after ETHEL E. BASS Defendant.
The occupant of Mobile Home will be William D, the time and date speci NOTICE OF SUIT- PUBLISHER'S COPY

I Brown. fled herein will not be con- NO PROPERTYTo
I All parties wishing to be heard must be present sidered. : Ethel E. Bass 2143 Consolidate! Report of Condition of" Comnunlty State Bank of Starke .,
i at this time. Specifications and Contract Dorchester Road Apt. A,
I L. M. Gaines Documents may be examinedin Charleston Heights: South Ca of SUrko in the State of Florida and Domestic! Subsidiaries. at the clone of
I Chairman, Zoning Board the office of the Owner rolina.
JUN 3 0 1071
I Merrill Edwards the School Board of Bradford YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED bu.ine on ,19 .

City Clerk, City of StarkeIt County, Florida; and at the that an action for DIvorce -

7/19 office of Don R. Morgan, Ar- has been filed against ASSETS i DOLLARS. Cn.

i chitect, P. A., Post Office .' ...... ............ 1. C..h and duo from b.nk. (including: S. X lir ur.po..t d debit) ; :) :) 1 --4 g J
Box 987, Green Cove Springs, 2. -U S. Trvuury weuritim 1 ))8 1 I 1 I 84 7
Florida 32043.SpecUications. 3. Obligation of ether U.8. Government iff.nciM. and corporation X I 3
may be ob- JacksonvilleDirectory 4. Obligation of Statn .nd political lubdivtiioru I 369 398 I 14 1
tained as follows: 6. Other wcuritin (includmf $ X corporate" iockA. .) 300 : X .'1 00 6
Trading, account" Mcurttie I
A. Contractors: Upon receipt 7. Federal fundn told and round purchased under...-monta to rwell 1 I 0010 000 1001 I 1
NOTICE of $10.00, two sets of 8. Other loan 2 1 922 I 88 II 8
specifications for this Project 9. Bank premiaea, furniture and fltturee, and other aaeet* repreaenttni bank pr.",,_ 88 I 83J! 123 I 9
will be forwarded col- 10. Real .....owned other than b.nk premitM I 10
If II. InvMtmenU In ubnidiane not consolidated" i'l' I III
Public lect. Specifications are returned I
I
HearingA 12. Cuanmer111ahlhty to tAu bank on acceptance outstanding U
In good condition, with- Auto Sales and Service 13. Other ametaU 7y-: 900 701TB'I 13
in ten days after receipt of TOTAL ASSETS-" ;':::1ZZI"'V8J I It
Bids, the bull deposit will Fairish Motors
Public Hearing will be held at the City Hall, be refunded. LIABILITIES I
City of Starke Fla. at 7:30 p.m. August 6, 1973. All B. Subcontractors, Vendors, SALES 15. Demand depomU of individual, partnership. and corporation I 2 i 155 I 382 I 16 15
16 Tim and .uving drposit. *of individual, partnership, and corporation" 2 156 89 I 41 II
parties will be heard at this time. etc.: Upon receipt of $10.00 naV1CF.: IT. Depoit of United State Government I 66 I 85 95 11
APPLICATION FOR PARKING MOBILE HOME one set of Specifications will PART' VOLVO 18. Depot of StatM and political lubdiviiioim I 1 259 62 I' 14 18
CITY OF STARKE be forwarded, collect. If Specifications 19. Depotu of foreign. government and official Institution.' I > X I 19
Request has been made to park a Mobile Homeat are returned in 20. Depoit of commercial. bank X 20
the following location: On North side of Davis St., good condition within ten days Alw.;i Good I'aed Can 21. Certtfled and officer. check, etc. I 65 075 16 21
the Queen. ttl Lain St. Pb. IS-*** 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS ._5.702,094.82___ i i... ... ... a 22
391 Davis St. Directly west of Dairy after receipt of Bids, $5.00 (Dal) Total demand depmiu I u. ... ... .. ,w,
The occupant of the Mobile Home will be: Zurny will be refunded. '. (fb) Total time and caving, depoait t-2.944.435.21------: ... ... U. a : ..bl
Mack Ford. .NOTE: All requests for PIANOS; 23. Federal fund purchased. and ......ntl.*Bold under agreement. to repurchase 23
All parties wishing to be heard must be presentat Specifications shall be made 24 Other liabiMtie for borrowed money X 24
YAMAHA PIANOS: 26. Mortgage indrbtedniw I X U
this time. through the office of the Ar-
L. M. Gaines chitect. CONN:' and KIMKAI.I 20. Acceptance* viecuted by or for account of thit. bank and outstanding ''X I 21
OfU: 4 VR 27. Other h.bililis- 201 507 08 21
Chairman, Zoning Board Each Bid submitted shall be 28. TOTAL LIABILITIES 1:_--r'' U :::2[, 2M
Merrill Edwards accompanied bv a cashier's 29. MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES __-X-_129 I
City Clerk, City of StarkeIt check or bid bond in the a- I
7/19 mount of Five Percent (5)) of RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES :'
the Bid, payable to the School 30. Reerv for bad d.bt 1 lo**** on loan (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service ruling) 45 913 X 37; 30
31. Other rewrve loana 31
on
Board of Bradford County I
32. Rnwrve.on .ecuritie. --a-_ 32
Florida. Surety company shall 33. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES ==E: :-17"' 3j
be licensed to do businessin
complaint or petition.
NOTICE WITNESS the state of Florida and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
hand and the
my
shall be listed by the United KIUIIAI.I.: "S\\ INKER": : 34 Capital not** and debenture* X '' 34
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To whom It may concern: seal of said Court on July States! Treasury Department. OKUANS:" :: (specify Intermt rat.* and maturity of each iiwue outstanding)
I will not be responsible for 13, 1973. ; Root.v.lt Moll 35. Equity capital, total! __ x _i I 3)
debts made by Gilbert S. Brown Surety Company shall, also, 388-8519 36 Prcferrd.trk-tot.I l par value -X- 38
other any than myself.James anyone As Clerk of said Court comply with all requirementsof 2929 H. W. 13th Goin.ivllU/ (No. .h.... outstanding___-1' .
the General Conditions and 31. Common .tock-iatl par valu' 1"i 100 000 00; 37
E. Strickland. 2tp 7/19 By: Dorothy Moore ; FURNITURE __ OQQ-hlNo..Arn
Supplementary General Conditions (No. ih r uthons.rd ( 0"tat.ndln1JOOO _) 'I''
As Deputy Clerk 200 000 00
38. Surplus 38
In The Circuit Court Eighth (Court. Seal) Article H, of these fURNITUREAT 39. Undivided, profluRMrrvt 128 i 468 01 39
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; 7/19 4t 8/9 Specifications.Mr. 40. for pontmi.n.... and other capital rmrrvM '_ X 40
Judicial Circuit of Florida
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Jim TempleSuperintendent DISCOUN 41. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1: '21r ",. U
In and For Bradford County. 42. TOTAL LIABILITIES RESERVES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTSMEMORANDA --r-yrr"I"9n'78, I 4J
Co""loo '
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ACTIONIn
CIVIL In The Circuit Court of the 7/12 3t 726NOTICE HouseholdFurni .
re: The Marriage of KENNETH ,
Judicial Circultof Florida
WAYNE GRAY husband Eighth thifiq I. Avvrac of total dvpotita for the IS calendar day ending, with call data 5 743 617 75 ,
; and VICTORIA DEAN In and For Bradford OF 2. Average of total loan for the 15 calendar day ending with call data 2 394 554 50: :t
County. Case No. HEARINGOn Up Tft 40% Savings 3. Unearned diftcount on Instalment I...... Included in total capital ._"nta 3
GRAY, wife. IN RE: The Marriage of Petition For Closing and
NOTICE OF SUIT- MARION HAWKINS DeCANIO, Abandonment of Portions of Baxley Chair Co.

NO PROPERTYTo Petitioner, and MICHAEL De- Unused Platted Streets In Lin- Co.l.lt 1 Blork I. Miller Ass't V-P ft Cashier
DEAN GRAY 64* Margaret .
: VICTORIA CANIO, JR. Respondent. coln City Subdivision as Per Mgr a5oenaaevd SanYde.oM nnlY 1 l. Shot 19. .portoJro.dl"on

509 Vassar Street, Dothan, NOTICE OF SUIT Plat Thereof Recorded In Deed From I MO l. IPIM ana forrrrf,to the"bftt of mjf ...-,.and "Miff' ,

Alabama. TO: MICHAEL DeCANIO, Book I, Page 177, In Section l.cksosvdl.349.1141
You are hereby notified that JR., Address Unknown. J2, Township 6 South, Range Comet-j4lteal. /}0Jtj.: an action for dissolution of You are hereby notified that 22 East, Bradford County, AUTO ELECTRIC )

marriage has been filed an action for dissolution of Florida. Chjrlc/:. .'C.;:!>> L L! L.
against you Victoria Dean marriage has been filed TO: WHOM IT MAY CONCERN PEAVY Brothers : t
Pet. G. Fibs 1 : i
Gray, and you are requiredto : .. ; D1lrrlere.
writ- against you and you are required Electric Co., H. H. Adams d {
serve a copy of your to serve a copy of You will take notice that ?F tJ _
ten defenses, If any to It, your written defenses If in accordance with the pro- Altrn rort Starters }

') on the plaintiffs attorney, to it on SHAW & KOkLOU- visions of Section 336.09 Generator. Regulator
whose name and address Is through 336.12, Florida Sta-
Petitioner
for
SOS Attorneys Florida Bradford
Dudley P. Hardy, P. O. Drawer tutes stuf ,c...".,/ '"
public will
whose address Is 142 West a hearing .
AUTO. TRUCK -. "
730, Starke Florida, 32091 Call Street, P. O. Box 1086, be held by the Board of IMAkI NnTARYI MARK..i.:" Sworn la and t MtamMtl/m" w fAu 17th .d.Y July ,13 ,
and nie the original with the Starke, Florida, 32091, and County Commissioners of DIESEL sad 1 Wrrt,nrti/i. UooII am nal" an aflctr or.tfinrfot"!/MM Aaa /

clerk of the above styled courton file the original with the Clerkof Bradford County, Florida, In M,Mumi-. e.plrr ...,. .114' r'r ,NefarY P.5/r.
or before August 30, 1973: the above-styled Court on the County Commissioners 4044 Lenox A.. J...

otherwise a judgement may or before August 21, 1973 :Courtroom:: of the Bradford 387-2528
be entered against you for otherwise a Judgment may be County Courthouse in Starke,
the relief demanded In the




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14 TELEGRAPH July 19, 1973


., HAMPTON -? pY'f SAV IWGS THEY'RE ALL IN I I ]

LAW T E Y I R t

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HY. )ELIZABETH_._ TERRY AREA Help Waters'Wanted Exxon, apply Service in person., 800 'I WANTEDYards rake reasonable rates.to cut Call and


CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mr. and Mrs Jack Kuhne two weeks with her son-in- served to those present. CLASSIFIED AD RATES S. Walnut Itp. i 964-8421. Itp_ i I I

and family, attended a birth law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Durban and Deadline for Insertion Tuesday fursitiuet '
NEWSBy WANTEDUNd n-
Church- Radio Mrs. Tommy Clayton and son, sons of Macclenny spent the !
Filth Baptist day party; Friday night honor- Noon preceding Thursday WANTEDMaid at To-Rena washers. --o.>-
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Program over WPXE Starke. Ing their niece. Sheila Holmesof of Jacksonville.Mrs. weekend with her parents Mr. before publication. Motel. No phone calls. Itp frlferaton.Discount House tfchg
and Mr .Marvin Rosle,while alesv's I I
810m. on Sundays. Bible starII.., Josephine Fontaine Minimum Charge 2.00
School 10 a.m.. Worship Services P.L. Dlnklns returned her husband Is away In Nat- (Cover 15 Word) WANTEDPart time handy .

U ajn. and 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Morgan, home Tuesday after spending ional Guard camp In New Mex- f To-Rena Motel. Itp PAINTINGInterior
Each word 35. 10 man at HOUSE
*
over
weeks with her son and leo. Her brother Steve RosierIs SYMPATHY
Bible School on Bible Doctrtnt David, and his brother, Paul three Free estimates
Tuesday night at 8 pjti.. pas Morgan, of Albany Ga., spent daughter-in-law, Mr.andMrs. also In the same camp. We would like to expressour All Classified Ad must: be &!> Exterior.given. First class V[

tor's home. Prayer meeting the weekend with their parentsMr. Paul Dlnklns, and David of sympathy to the familyof paid for in advance unless SALES & SERVICESalary workmanehlpguaranteed.freely ii

Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bible and Mrs.' Morris Kelley St. Augustine and her son- Cheryl BoyetteL went home Shelley Matchett, who you have established account : plus commission tt you live Contact Lonnle Roberts Ral- \

Study. and family. Other guests were in-law and daughter Mr. and with Isa Durban, passed away last week. Mr. with the Telegraph, in In the Starke area & willingto tord Fla. after 6 p.m. & h['
Horace Cox of Waldo. of Jacksonville on Sunday and Matchett was a long time resIdent week ,
their brother and sister-in- Mrs. that event 50, eitr charge start at $130 per weekends. 431-1768. 4tp 726MOTORCYCLES ,i isense.
Grace United Methodist law, Mr. and Mrs. Horace will stay with them until Wed- of Hampton, and leaves for billing. Not responsible phone 376-5811 collect for appointment -

Church Sunday School 9:45: Hodges and family of Mac- Mr. and Mrs. Fate Redd and nesday. many friends. for error. when given over Mention Ad. Up .

ajm. Worship Services 11 ajn. clenny who were their din- Earl Phillips of Macon Ga., the phone or when copy i I.
and 8 p.m. MYF Sunday nightat Saturday. the weekend with their Miss Elizabeth Terry spent FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS !
ner guests on spent not typed and brought to [ )
6:30 followed by Choir mother, Mrs. O.J. Phillips. from Monday to Thursday with We are happy to report that the office. HELP WANTEDMiddle aged I

Practice. Mr. and Mrs. Lane Carter her sister, Mrs. C. E.Strick- Hank Lott Is Improved. lie woman to live In and do light I i
land of Gainesville.Mrs. missed at the City Coun-
and family of Miami, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly was housework. 964-7020. Itp I.I.,
United Methodist Women and Mrs. Leon Starling Mr. Kathy and Jinny,of Lake Worth cil meeting, as he was 111.
were hostesses for a recep- and Mrs. Danny Jackson spent the week with their parents Edith Swinney spent The Ronald Gosnell familyare Pay Far ClassifiedAds FOR SALE1970 350 Kawasaki :
tion for Mr. and Mrs. Wen- Thursday to Sunday with her enjoying a visit with $350. 431-1176. 2tp '
Charles Carter and Howard Mr. and Mrs. Hermlc In Advance HELP WANTEDNow taking : 'I
dell Kelly, of Lake Worth on Norman, were dinner guestsof Kelly. WWlehere they enjoyed daughter, Mrs. C.A. North, Grandpa and Grandma Gos- applications for waitresses. 7/19 ,
in Jacksonville. Mrs.Swinney nell. They are Mr. and Mrs. Increased coat have made
Thursday night In the church Mrs. Lois Bedford Lake I
their mother, bathing at Key- It for this newspaper Garden Restaurant. 4tchg
annex. The ladles served underwent surgery Friday at Bruce Gosnell of Annapolis necessary
Saturday. stone Heights.
Carter on
to clarify it* present 8/2
cake and punch after which Riverside Hospital.On Aunt Ethel ( did- +
Md. and we
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Wyke rule and adopt new one for
gifts were presented to the Mrs. Pauline OToole, of and children returned to their Thursday and Friday of n't get her last name) from the publication of classified I FOR RENT 1

couple. There were 30 guests Los Angeles, Calif., spent "home In Laurtnburg, N.C. on last week, Mrs. Jeanne Lee Tennessee. A friend of the advertisement In it* columns. HELP WANTEDReliable i

present for the occasion. her vacation with her parents Thursday night after spending attended a management con- Bruce Gosnells James H.EI- Maid for general cleaning,

Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders three weeks with their parents ference on Improving the lis, drove them down from '11 dvertlsemenls of this apply at Cadillac Uniform. 4
Highland Baptist Church- and other relatives. Other nature must be paid In advance
Annapolis. tfchg
Mr. and Mrs.W. A.Mos- postal service at the Thunderbird FOR RENT12' wide mobile I
School guests on Saturday were Mrs. unless an established
Sunday 9:45 a.m.; Wor- Leonzle Perry spent his
In ackson-
Jenkins and Miss Motel monthly account I I. maintained homes outside city limits. J. f
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: Virginia ley.Mr. leave from Omaha, Neb. with
ville. About 60 postmastersand with this newspaper WANTED--Cocktall waitress. B. White. Ph. 964-6114. If
Janie Wasdln of Jacksonvilleand \
Wed- Lucile Per-
p.m. Prayer meeting and Mrs. J. C. PrevattJr. from the his mother, Mrs. See Mr.
supervisors Mailing ami. bookkeeping 5 to 12 9646219.or .
p.m.
Hours no answer,
nesday 7:30: pjn. followed by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders ., and grandson, of Gainesville Jacksonville, Gainesville and ry. While In Vietnam he received costs have advanced making Mixon at Holiday Inn. Age I
choir practice. and family. They went to dinner tte, Distinguished Fly- 9646152. tfchg t
were Saturday It to make this
Waycross areas were present necessary 18. Itchg.CORRECTIONAL.
KIngsley Lake for an outing guests of their parents, Mr. Waycross areas were present. Ing Cross, the Purple Heart, .dJu ement. over ,

PERSONALS- Saturday afternoon. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt Sr. Like conferences are being and the Five Oak Leaf Clus- It Is much preferred that FOR KENT--2 bedroom unfurnished ,

held Tuesday ter Air medal. He will retire classified advertising be : OFFICER I, house on Morgan t
Mrs. Morris Kelley anc. Mrs. Namette Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. George Shu- Thursday on and Monday Friday of this In about 18 months and placed in person rather thanby 7224.48 annually 40 hour Road. Ph. 964-8223 or 964- \

children spent Thursday with children of Green Cove ford and family, visited their week, for these areas so that plans to make his home In telephone so a* to avoid work week time and half 7940. It \l
Mrs. Sarah Andrews
cousin
their -
Springs were Saturday over- uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. every postmaster will have Hampton. error. T f for over 40 hours age 21- l
In Maccleraty. night guests of their brother- James of Sax FOR fur ,
Shuford Va. the opportunity; to express maleno experience neces- RENTCompletely I
in-law and sister, Mr. and They went to Washington, D.C. their views. RECREATION O.IT. approved for qualified nished 2 bedroom house In
sary.
Mrs. Buster Bennett Nancy Mrs Jack Kuhne and family. and Gatllngburg, Tenn. They Several 4-H members will veterans. Starke. 301 S. Walnut. Call I

Mrs. Johnny Bennett and Dar- Mrs. Kuhne returned home spent the weekend with their Paulone of enjoy a week at Cherry Lake 782-3655 or 964-6214. lip
lene left Friday of last week with them Sunday for the nite. Mrs. Rhoden. SAL1
brother and sister-in-law, Shreveport, La. spent a week near Madison. Peggy Craw- tHOUSES FOR FOOD SERVICE SUPERVISOR -
for a visit with her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmarkand ford Tracy Bruno. ScottBruno (Correctional Officer I)
with her parents Chief and r
Miss Diane Bennett, of Bris- Mrs. James Norman and FOR RENT12x60 mobile
all of Hampton and Scott
family, of Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. B. F. McCulley. Her $7,224.48 annually 40 hour
tol, Tenn. sons, Nora Starling, Mr. and Clark of Hampton Lake left time and halt home in Lawtey Air cond., \
week
who the -
children work
spent sum-
Mrs. Carl Norman and sons, w/w carpet. Call 782.3655
Miss Arthurine Blanchard
Monday for the week's out- 21-
FOR SALE--2 house. 40 hours age
mer here returned home with story for over
Mrs. Llnnle Harris of Max- at 964-6214.
and Tuesday Itp
Monday or
spent assisted by Mrs. Mae Wells, her. Ing. 552 W. Adklns St. 9645005.Itp. male experience necessary.O.I .
yule spent last Wednesdaywith and from Wed-
Flagler Beach Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards and ,
.
her sister Mrs. Harold nesday to Saturday at Seville Mrs. Truby Wainwright gave SENIOR CITIZENS approved.
Mrs. Robert Lee and her FOR RENT-:; bedroom trailer -
Eunice.Mr. with their brothers and sis Miss Enza Blanchard of Mac- Ruth Dennison assist- tCtA.-S-; I''
,
aunt, Mrs. Coral Titus cele- FOR SALE- Bedroom HouseIn MEDICAL TECII 1/2 bath; $90 mo. Call
ters. While there they en- clenny a surprise birthday ant House Chairman of the 40 hour
brated their birthday on Wed- Crystal Lake Homesltes. $7,224.48 annually 9647939. Itp B
and Mrs. Ed Smith and
and
Joyed fishing swimming party; on Sunday afternoon Hampton Senior Citizens, Is half
Lake Phone 473-2164. week time and 4
and nesday with a dinner In Gaines access. work ,
visited their uncle
family at Lake George. About 42 were served Ice ill. We all wish her a speedy 40 hours age 21
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Les Mc- -vllle. After dinner they went for over
and cake.
cream to the home of Mr. and Mrs. recovery. 2tp 719NATIONAL male experience neces-
Clellan on Thursday of last Mrs. Hattie Darley spent
week. They returned to their last week with her sister Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dur- John Titus of Hatchet Creek Regular Senior meeting Citizens of will the '. sary. t FOR SALE
Hampton
home In West Salem, Ohioon Mrs. George' Lastinger, and ban of Atlanta Ga.,were honor for cake and Ice cream. The mortgage eompny *-
guests at a wedding reception cake being baked by Mrs. be held Friday, July 20, at has two four bedroom. 2 VOCATIONAL: INSTRUCTOR:;
Friday. niece Mrs. Elsie Bennett, at
Daytona Beach. given by Mr.and Mrs.William Titus' grandaughter who Is 7:30: p.m. at the old school bath homes for sale, on I/I HI. $7,997.04 annuallyareas

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker L. Durban of Gainesville, Mr. only 12-uears-old. house. acre wooded lots. Low down plumbing and electrical--
and Mrs. 0. J. Boyette Mr. payment. Call and see how frigeration 40 hour workweek \ FOR SALE- large waterfront
and family attended the Nancy Bennett attended 4-H *
Lake.
Walker Reunion in Harmony at Cherry Lake Monday and Mrs. Raymond Williams Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Talleyof easy It Is to own one of these US diploma or equivalent lots on Hampton

Maine Friday to Wednesdayof through camp Saturday.Mrs. of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville, spent a few Tilly wonder if the corner homes. Call collect Ocala 622- and 5 years experience F. Register 964-5888 or 964-

last week. There were Raymond Durban of Mac- days with her parents, Mr. filling station would let her S118. tfchg necessary. 8771. tfchg

eight brothers and sisters C.R. Crews and Gle- clenny at Grace United Meth- and Mrs. John Tye, before have a little ga if the gave

and their families present, nann returned home Saturdayof odist Church on Sunday after- moving to their new home In back the free pitcher and FOR SALE- Nice brick home CONTACT: : FOIL SALT; Registered Angus

a total of 44. last week after spending noon. Punch and cake was South Daytona Beach. glasses. central heat and air. Comer Personnel Manager Bull Calves you pick or/*

lot. 1002 Palm St. Phone 964- Florida State PrisonP. now, will be weaned Oct. 1

.4 THIS HEI'OR7 70 DC RCTUIINED TO THE GOVNMrNr, OF 5981 after 5 p.m. itp 7/19 O. Box 747 J. B. White. Phone 964-6114
tfchg
:. '" Starke, Florida 32091

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!; DEPARTMENr OF THE TREASURY A. J. ThomasRealto
o HAS USEDnSrl. SHARIYbYAYMENf, 964-5701
OFFICE OF REVENUE SHARING "J t HELP WANTEDHELP 1
FOR THE PERIOD bi'.1'4..NG; AUTOMOBILESUSED Associates, Fred Sacketl
1900 PENNSYLVANIA AVE N W ."' 468-1753; Lillian Pearsor
WASHINGTON D C. 20226
JAN :lJ 1a7: ENDING JLf4 3Q J 1973 782-3806.

WANTED-FEMALE
(III) DEBT How has the 'v"lahlIly, 01 revenue sharing funds .fI.cled the IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER BASED UPON A ATTENTION: PARTY PLAN- FOR SALE-- Handy mm special, $4,00
1961 Ford 1/2
borrowng, requirements 01 your jUrlsdlcllon1. YEAR Com-
Our 26th Highest
TOTALPAYMENTIF t"174.46'5' missionslargest slection Ton pick up with rack, Excellent 3BR, 1 bath, block; $12,50
CondLdon $550 Cash.
AVOIDED DEBT INCREASE NO EFFECT toys & gifts! Over 300 best- Also Allis Chalmers Trac-
3BR frame 2 acre, $16,50
; d B TOO SOON TO AL COUNT NO selling items In a Full Color tor with Front Loader, Disk ,
LESSENED DEBT INCREASE Catalog. Call or write SANTA'S -
PREDICT EFFECT .10 .1 GQ4 004 And Mower $1100. Contact 3 BR block corner; $17,50
PARTIES Avon Conn.
--- A.W. Brown Crlffls Loop. Itp

(1M) TAXES In whIch 01 Ihe following manners did the ava"ab'hIY" 01 ERHRFOFl: CIJUP4TT: 06001. Phone I 2036733455.PARTIES! 3 BR, 2 bath Lawtey; $18,50
Revenue Sharing Funds .IIecl the tan levels of ALSO BOOKING
your ''lors. Valiant
cHrl 4 C.J Ur Lori; 7/26 FOR SALE-- 64ply.
diction> Check p 4tp
as many as apply
automatic air extra nice car, 4BR 2 bath, Air; S23.2C
DWR S 6 cly. 20 miles per gal. gas
ENABLED REDUCING THE : .
E RATE OF A MAJOR TAX DREDUCEDAMOUNTJFRAU STAKE Fl'A. s..lfili. HELP Christian WANTEDQualified teachers for grades $385 Phone 9645317 3BR 2 bath, brick; S28,5(

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-i. //Joe I PREVENtE01NLREASEIN D NO EFFECT ON TAX LEVELS -, 2, and 3. Call 468-1666. 4BR, 2 bath, 11/2 acre; $38,0
RATE OF A MAJOR TAX Hampton. Fla. tfchg i

PREVENTED ENACTING FOR SALE--Helens garde
O D TOO SOON TO PREDICT EffECT MISCELLANEOUS .
A NEW MAJOR TAX NURSE with psychiatric and/ tractor, 12 horse power

--- or community experience. Ap-. Inch mower tiller like ne
): OPERATING/MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES CAPITAL EXPE.rDI'URES ply 321 West Madison St.. $950 Phone 964-5317 1
cc -- -- --
;J PRIORITY ACTUAL PtNCINt PINCNt( jf II ACTUAL'' PERCENT USED i0RH Starke, for Interview. 964- ANTEDTo Rent Furnished
ustoros usloros --- .- '-
EXPENDITURE EXPENDITURES MAINNNANCi' NIwoN I PURPOSE EXPENDITURES r I LA : :;; 8382. 3tchg 726NOW 2 BR Apt. or Mobile Home FOR SALT- White sweet cor '
ertustiNG 11'00010 ,I ((0ilanttt ) EJvIPrVUB !CGNSiRTGI, J ACQUISIT.O 0"1! $2 bushel, July 20 & 21. D ;
CATEGORIES IA\\ (18\\ 510vltlS II (IF) near Starke. Married couple
Ill 'np 101 fNl Ipl" "ir
rc: )
ij MULTI.-I & 2 children. Notify Tele- vld Wainwright, State Rd. I
10 I 2 miles east of Starke. 1
O PUBLICSAFETY I $ 16,000.00 % 100 O/O I'I''I GENERAL PURPOSE AND GO"I 1 $ I %'I % ,' %: % graph. Arthur Terrell Itp. j,

.. I I'O O/- FOR SALE- x 10 all sU
: ENVIRONMENTAL' 11 : / = PLAYINGNIGHTLY ELECTRICAL WIRING and
$ % % EDuCATION % r /0 OGt enclosed trailer lights. 3

:W PROJECTION _--. --o ... .. troubleshooting. SpecializingIn N. Church St. Cljde Colur
Q 3-phase motors and controls bla. Itp n
PUBLIC $ % HEALTH 12 $ %I %I % <:1...04 of 208V to 4160V. D.C.
0 TRANSPORTATION
I
:: -;-- I I -0 "Sonny & Help's a Comm, motors, solid state D.C. Power FOR SALE16 ft. Flbergla

\ S % 13 supplies and automatic boat, W. B., 75 HP Johnso
O: HEALTH % TRANSPORTATION! S % %1 % 0n4 bringing you the speed controls. Contact Paul
.. electric start. Trailer, ful
-y I -- newest soundsron I. Meng, Star Rt., Hampton equipped, $950. Call 473-34

1&4 cc: !RECREATION i $ % %. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT $ % %I 1 Of.-_ __ CI..0. country to rock Phone 468-1056 14P/7/12 after 5 p.m. Itp

II 1 li! HOUSING "TII., un Play anything LOSE WtlGHT safely and fast

-Z s LIBRARIES $ %I % (DEVELOPMENT COMMUNity $ ,. % I o/I>> %. % by request"ENTERTAINMENT with X-ll Diet Plan $3.00. FOR SALE- Camper for she \
F. I REDUCE Excess Fluids with
-- base truck sleeps 5. $22 '
Z T o-r 1 -r-ECONOMIC X-Pel $3.00. Money Back Can be seen at Rt. 2 #172 i
SOCIAL SERVICES' $ % $ o/ % 6 NIGHTS A WEEK
cc .Co /oI a Guarantee at Koch Drug. 18tp Starke Itp
FORAGEI)6POOR 2,2fO.00 a0C_- __ DEVELO"ME"'T."' ... __. ._. I __ .J WEDNESDAY ; 11/8 ,
I- I-
S I I EVERY
W FINANCIAL $ I I. 7'01!. ENVIRONMENTA -.:: % % : % '.. I I IS 1 WATSON'S
ADMINISTRATION' CONSERVATION .
HOUSE OF VACUUMS
-- -- CHRISTIAN Mother will baby
Torts ACTUAL : ...i! I : G4!j jat
D brands of
aPIaATINa/MAIN' .% 11 I 01. 01 i !.C-O.lIE.HNl! sit week days. Hampton 468- Many new vacua \
TNA/NCE (sPEN $ 18,270.00 fl rueuc sAFE-r :. % ;; 10'0 1367. Itp'W'J"WOW $39.00 up. Used nuchla .:

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.J Bobby'sHideaway from $10. Expert Repel'al :

INI CERTIFICAT'ONIP1.ne' ( .adlnsIrUcl..,: RE CREATION'---- Ol-r-'o ---o makes..-Parts and Ace.
The news media have been .dvl! ,,:e copy CULTURE ;0 J : HAVE dltmoMlAf 1tr.' 'saris for all vacutnm. *.

of the report has been published In a ;i." J41Mfei 200t1ER/SJr.rfiA' --- ':-- I -- for any make or rllllgagR. la!: Central vacumn cI.*..

corculal.nn I have records daeum"b ,. epan il I 5 Vl. %I land tar... pl y r.- i DOtMmnt itLICENSED' systems.. 712 N.Main, Gains

they are open for publIC and new : ....-. .r'0 IO I ---- H U... tfchf viLUe 370-7110
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Addhon.lly. I certify that I .. olflC' Z'OlHEIIISpo-._ 301 North Waldo
and with respect 10 the .nl..enl. t. ;n.raef4 I C. %
.. certify that They have nol been rs.d .n ..I.I"n of et'lhe 1 /OI I al ctrlcUh sod LOTSZoned for mot
prlOroly .0pencJllur. requ".m.nl (IS..hon 'OJI or lhe .alchong ,)1"1.5--, I nib-contractor, all types; homes and houses. Save
funds prohibition (Section 1041'.1') ''' Act I $ % bone remodeling work. AIM subdivisions to choose fro

I cT' welding. Speedy Mnrlc: M4J8087. only $95 down. Monthly pi
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(101) TRUST FUND REPORT Irtpa" 1--- : :;. !.:::. 5tp 8/2 menu to suit your buds
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'V!I TO'At;ARTALUPNal ACTUAl.. I S -GItt.Nga "3'<"* .:.l. ::;'... ""f'".' Ph. 468-1551 or 964-8331.

'I . .._ u .'._' -v .. .i.1R.venue .- ..:. .:..::__' \ Here's FREEPuppies, born June .tfchg \
Sharing Funds R.c..ve.l, 7. Phone 964-8624. Itp

Tlwu. June 30.1973. . S 1 448 '0'-GO- -. 7t-.J... I LINOLEUM FLOOR Cowl i

I : .. ... WANTEDRIDERS TO Jack .11 X \ $3.19: .9 12,, .s. l
Inl.._ Earned . . s 2.156.e.] -.-,)ta.....;., vas 0'.r J,-ifir.i. .-- ------- UApJJf3 V sonville. Make up car pool. 13 x DL fil.30; tf x 15* :


:: i Tar ..-"t-. s_]. 6. .: 1 'or-nATA .Di C L h'+r .:nmmi..innpra., Itp Ph. 964-8891 or 964-6826. $14.95.lors.. Dahmer's Many patterns Dlaoetal t sod :


...: 2. Amount bpencled. . . 'STS" 1 8 270. di= / _

: :a : Qfl0 County .!:,'... '. __ MOBILE home moving. Also FOR SALENew 3 bMIt
I.: Q erant. . . . . 5I. .. 0..11 "" 1\.1 thru mobile home hurricane anchoring brick veneer, 2 baths,

&j mobile home root Inc room, kitchen and A

; TIU""I.-QRT TO BE RETURNED 1D Nil DEPT OF Tr.. .. Ni Classified coating. OUn's Mobile Horn area. Good location Fi1h.U

Serrlc. H4-5 Oe. Rt. 100 W. flag available. Call. h

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INSURANCEAT
INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR A.A. MEETING Your COMPLETE REDUCED RATES .91 Acres

SELLING? FRIDAY HOUSE CLEANING AUTO, FIRE. BOAT Joins City Limits STARKE BUILDERSA
NIGHT
CONTACT Real Estate Inside & Out DOYLE E. CONNER 2 Paved roads Complete Building Service
8:30: P.M. BrokerBUY STEAM CLEAN INSURANCE AGENCY 1 Grad. Phone 964-5270 219 E. Washington St.

GEORGE ROBERTS 309 N. CHERRY Mildew Paint Stripping tchq BILL POWELL Starke. Fla.
ST.
.SELL TRADEAPPRAISALS Carpet" Floor Service' BROKER
REAL ESTATE CONGOLEUMSHINYL VINYL
CALL EDDY 964-6464 533-2208
Chariot. Zlpp.r.r Want To Drink, That' PHONE 964.8359 POULTRY EQUIP OF "'The No Wax Floor" $4.59

Wo/no Douglas Your Budnott Call Bill Powell 964-5771 ComoletHv: Installed Compare: At $6.50 V.* Yd-
AssotiafaPHONE Before 8 A.M. after 4 P.M. ALL KINDS.R. .
964-6464
Want To Stop, That' Our BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI
Complete Janitorial
% 0. C. Ctraw
4.7826 Q. Simmons Nvrstry
Business 24 Hrs. A Day .rvl c. Tkousonds Plant LOW NYLON
421 W. MADISON ST.MvE' BOYD SERVICE Equip Co. Fruit Troos, Shad Trees, Many Colors To Choo. From $6.97
Evoraroons, Comolllas, Itac..d. F.H.A. Specification.
> ;' SEWINGMACHINE 317 E B ro wnl.. St. A..'.... RosocMost Compl.t.ly In.OII.d Ov.t Rubber Padding p.Sq, Yd.
.! : ONSUPPLIES:.;1 RAY'S ELECTRIC I CARL BEGGS In CansPlant AnytlmaLANDSCAPING
Keystone Hgts. Starlco, fla. SHAG

<1OIl'C.01; R..ldentlalComm.rclal Gulf Service 23 Mi.Hwy.S.E. Of 100 Storke, 100,..Contlnuou. Kll. Nylon The Carpet With The NOW Look)

Solo and S.rvlc. Phone 964-6819 F I.rah.",.. 659.2165 Many Color... To Choo. From $7 95
Com?I.' ly In.1.11.d Ov.r Rubber Padding P.r Sq. Yd. .
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.'" ,._.__"_ ......J.. PFAFF ELNA AAA Industrial Monitor Channel 13 tlchfl
VICTOR CHAMPION New USED
ELECTRIC Horn
On
C.B. Radios I I
Add Machines $99.50. II I '
Ideal for home or office. No WHITE Licensed & Bon : ACE Enterprise Bill's C.B. Radio & Equipment
plastic all metal. Bradford $49.50 Free Estimate PARTS
County Telegraph up 321 N. Temple Are.
Ph. 473-3681 Electric & Plumbing Starke Fla.
Part & Repairs on Ph. 9648j4<5 _8361
all other mole. For Most Makes ('f Cars Line Of Radio
machinesNATIONAL Complete C.B.
No Job Too Small 74 Hr. Wrecker Service Repairs & Service Old & New Work

,.,,,* Hwy. 301 N. Waldo Trailer Power Poles Installed Equipment-

Mobil Homes Phone 468.1998 We Have Now Cobra, Browning & Tram
SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES dil W. Univ. Ave. Job OpportunitiesCooks 24 lir. Service 431-1000
Expanda Rooms & Add "Ho",. 01 The Magnetic Sign*"
On Gainesville, Fla. 431-1200 964-8220
Roams 72 Hour Service On All Magnetic Signs.HELP .
Fr. Delivery and )0 f Up 378-1355 Dishwashers RileyPaving :
100 MILE RADIUS
BANK FINANCING :;t i.'X Co.Driveways I .
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. 'i: t n a 5 mm 'a a'a
HWY 17 ,
NORTH TRACTOR CO.
GREEN COVE File Folders, complete line office 1111 HIPP < HJ, >
3/73 : WANTED
supplies. -The Telegraph
111111 Tol.phon.372.3464
T.I. 284.5001 _264-7311 Phone 9646305. ,.

Parking Lots FARM MACHINES .: No Experience Necessary, Steady Work,
ONE of the finer things of
JIMMY MOORE'S lifeBlue Lustre carpet Day 473-2127 Now & Used : Fringe Benefits
cleaner. Rent electric sham- .
Sall Spirts pooer $1. Devrtck Inc., 301 Nights 473-2102 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441 : APPLY AT
MORE BOAT FOR E. Call St. 9646163.
YOUR MONEY 1'.0. Drawer F GAINESVILLE. FLA. NATIONAL PROTEIN INC.

Stor!.. Ph. 9645791Complete PUMPSNEW RestaurantGOOD "Whara Service U The Better
Rood
AND USED Keystone Hgts., : 21 Hampton Fla.
Outboard & Stem PAY Id.a"I MONDAY THRU FRIDAY

Drive Service and Repair. SALES AND BENEFITSPaid Fla. I : 8:00 A.M. TO 5:00: P.M.
Complete;' Fiberglass PARTS
Repair
TF : An
Vacations Equal Opportunity Employer
Custom built Fiberglass SERVICE ,Male ..
Fishing Boats. Paid .
Deep and Shallow Wells Holidays "OOOIIIIOIIIIOIIIIIIIII1900111910DDDII

Group Insurance r S SAVE1 HELP WANTED

Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT Profit Sharing SUMMER SALE
United Frm UniformsAnd FRED DAVIS -

Agency, Inc ALL SERVICEON MAKES Many Others BUICK CMC TRUCKS PONTIAC Southern Wood Piedmont Boats & Troll Motors
;Seg. Real Estate Broker
PHONE 964.1061DURRANCE Apply In Person At L A LITTLE RIDE CAN
Paul & Irene Faulkner SAVE YOU ALOT';; Up To 2O% 0fSLTIl

Associates HOLIDAY INN GREEN COVE SPRINGS 7 d Baldwin Fla.
PUMP & .
SUPPLY co.Maved
206 S. Water Street
OF STARKE FISH & STUFF
Starke, FI a. 964.5065
5 Blocks! North .fl+.OaO rOaA
WANT TO SELL OR 864 N. T.mpl. Ave Between 8 A.M. 5 P.M. 'I .
RUY REAL ESTATE? I Forgetsomething WAYNE'SSPEED
Call Us For Best Prices IIJT''Y 21 KEYSTOM HGTS.
? I SHOP
Prospects Waiting
ttchgLONG OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.

- 100 W. PH. 964.5606 f 2Mi. W. On 16 964-6248

Special Double Wide MSummer DI's All Name Brand Speed Equip. Phone 964-6061 "V r't:;:- FREEWWwtes
I"
CHAMPHome n r
Clearance Sale ------------- ESTIMATES

and Building Everything priced to sell Headers By '

"Materials Mobile Home New & Used Furniture Hedman HookerSanderson

WE BUILD M III hark. Mon -S.t. "Noon Dark On Sunil v. 4/73 iV'' l usfurlIntakes WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE
f j
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"Your Plant Or Our ---- -------
By 744 N. Thompson, Stark
Your Let Or Ourt." Call Bradford Co. Telegraph 4
FREE ESTIMATES t Offrnluiuwr' &: It tIr"c-I. STARKE FOLKS serving STARKE FOLKS

Well,don't forget last sum I -e---S S-_e--- Since 1949
Remodeling Repair mer's sizzling heat! Tame
& Wheel Carters
Addition hot weather last with a famous Crane Cams Custom -

Hornet Carrier quality cen- &-. lIoU CnrlJS
Sold
Bought DANN SIGNS tral air conditioner at the f
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TradodACREAGE lowest prices ever duringour .
FOR SALEf44M53 pre-season pricebreaker Shifters llv Mr. Caxketlady : PLASTERING
sale! -... I
6SawyerSlade H. H
/ & Hurst
N.D. Thrift Sr Day or Night "' AND DRY WALL, I ne.I .
Hwy. 301 S. Stark {
TF
I MACCLCNNy.FLORIDA 32O63 PH.2S8-8701 N : to A&4.' .; I Phone 782-3578 Or 782-3896
1
or Rev. R. E. Thrift Collect I P.O. Box 605 Lawtey, Fla.
I

. i HARDCOAT STUCCO

SLEEPING SICKNESS Gas SIMULATED BRICK
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FIAT j jSal. .
VACINES 332 W. Madison "w. Make House Calls

S.rvlc. Stcrko Fla.
.* Port : 13t-9/6
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Now and Utod : AVAILABLE NOWAt 964.7701 -------------

USED IMPORT CARS I ---------------,

HAIFIEI AUTO :: A&K Feed Store FARM MART BUILDING SUPPLYROUTE TI I FACTORY HELP NEEDED I II

IMPOITS, INC. :I U.S. 301 N. Behind J. BOX 505 U. 9. JOI Bthlnd Lonehom Reeiaurent PHONE 489l7STARKE I I

509 E. University : FLORIDA Owen Joist of Florida Inc. needs dependable, able
Tastee Freeze .
Gainesville3724373 TP 9648711WANTED
i Lumber & Galv. Roofing Sale 1 week only July 20 to July 27th bodied factory help. No etperinee necessary.
Steady work, overtime frlnga benefits.

MILLIE IrawaVOLKSWAGEN 2 c'1-8' $1.20 ea. 2x6-8' 2.00 ea. .
2 x 6-10' 2.50 ea.
2 x 4-10' 1.50 ea. 6-12' IP YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY AT
2 x 3.00 ea.
2 x 4-12' 2.08 ea. '

Mechanics 2 x 4-14' 2.56 ca. 2 2 x x 6-16'6-14': 4.48 3.53 ea.ea. :I OWEN JOIST j jI

2 x 4-t6 2.93 ea.
Laborers 2 x 6-18' 5.40 ea.
2 x 4-18' 3.30 ea. I AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Now S. Usod 2 x 6-20' 6.30 ea.

Solo Sorvleo '*' Heavy Equipment 32" wide x 8' long galv. sheet :$2.92 ea. Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday

Operators 32" wide x10' long gale sheet 3.67 ea. .

1 Mi.GAINESVILLE North oi the Moll 32" wide xll1 long galv. sheet 4.03 ea. I 7:00: A.M. To 5:00: P.M.

Steady Work 32" wide x12' long galv. sheet 4.40 ea.
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Paid Vacationshealth 32" wido x13' long galv. sheet 4.77 ea. '

MARTIN CAMPERS InsuranceGilman 32" wide x 14 long galv. sheet, ,.13 ea. PINEHURST

U.S. 90 W." LoI.. City We stock Grocery And Yirlety Store
Ph.n. 752.3723 2 x 82 x '10- 2 x 12 lumber up to 24' long

For Best Selection Of PaperCo. galv. and painted roofing &: siding sheet up to 30' long. WE HAVE MOST COMPLETE

TRAVEL TRAILERS Penta square post to 26' long FAMIC AND NOTIONS SHOPIN
MINI-HOMES
TRUCK CAMPERSAND Penta boards: & all nails and accessories for.pole frame building.Buy STARKE
Also Complete. .. Of Hardware & Drapery Supplies
TOPPERSFull material only or lets us quote you on a building erected by
Phone 289.2911 Hwy. 100 Eat .'. Hour 7.11
Lino Of Part And. our trained crews.
Of Stark 7 Days a Wooki
Sorvleo TV MaxviUe, Florida ite9 We deliver Y..u and Chr'MlAo i D... T.F...




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This one Giant 6.96 cu. It. freezer holds
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