Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 26, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03905
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1'l Smoke Is just beginning -

I i (f' (Prl to rise in
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l 74 .. County Budget the upcoming September -

t tI 11 Starke

I election with three

Work candidates placing
% Begins their names in
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% nomination Monday -
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'0 the first day

;, w Friday they were allowedto
Y qualify.

County commissioners will this year since A three man race is promIsed -
neet tomorrow night (Frflay round that Clerk for chief of police with
July 27)) to begin work had asked for a two of the candidates, Act-
!d 4 ,ir ,-, 'o'S1C in Bradford's 1972-74 spendng tension. Brown Ing Chief Bill Chambers and

.' .... ::-:-:: ", .Mil. been able to total 4 former councilman\ Jim-
Bowen qualified Monday.
b quests. my ,
Last :year's county\ budget Brown expects all Former Chief Bill Rosser has
"" ,. .. _....-_,' ."::I' Haled :$1.3 million, but some quests to be stated he Intends to run again.
",*"", -",..-. ".,--."I. ... equests.are slow coming In today, Thursday, Incumbent Councilman Ver-
F.f4' .I\"J to have !
expects a
"- .- non Silcox qualified Mondayto
time the
"':i keep his Group 4 post.
-.s ..-t"i.,aurM Rain WetsSections tomorrow night. Council Chairman Jimmy Mc-
....' if: .. The commission : Pol. Rae must also run for reelection -

........ .. some additional while but has yet to quali
'.,"" considering nearly 6)d fy. Neither councilman: has
in federal City drawn opposition.Odd
funds already
numbered used to
expected and the $ years
Of CountyIt's lion Increase in be termed "big" elections in
_" tiirw roll which will not \ the city\ but there Is no mayor
In to vote for In 1973. The coun-
extremely wet some an additional $ ,
cil this changed to
and doi year
reas of the county; ; funds.
i other spots, according to The budget mayor-commissioner: form of
Ie Florida Division of For- at 7:30 p.m. in \ government; now the mayor is
one of the five councilmen.:
stry headquarters on SR- commission
30 west of Starke. in the courthouse. But, candidates come forth
That's something that Isn't ing Is open and there will be voting on two
hown In the forestry depart- Is invited. city: council seats, groups 2
lenf rain report which Another and 4; the police chiefs Job
hows an average of 2.1in- for some local and the city\ clerk's Job.A .

hes for the week of July 16- set August 13 at : special vote Is also set
the commission
2.The on whether to change to the
qpw southeast edge of Brad- when two form of
Bradford school city: \ manager gov-
rd County\ Is the wettest on their ernment, a move which, if
ectlon, but Clay, Duval, and three members of \ approved would eliminate the
v ie northeast section of Brad- commission will sen- elective office of city\ clerk.
ik.L4443 r +k"A )rd also being extremely wet. ( ) El-
See Page
i Veteran Clerk Merrill
L heavy rain at Lawtey last zie Sanders during county\ City
week put County\ Commissioner court Tuesday. Katie Hen Edwards, he says, will def-
Dave Shuford In water up derson filed a complaint for initely seek an eighth term.
to his waist on SR-225 when He vigorously opposes the
Cool Chat
her sons to stay off her property -
he waded In to upstop a cul- County Officials \ and the men were livIng move for a city: \ manager type\
vert to allow water to drain government; saying it will
With temperatures Soaring Mrs. Stephens Henley uses a Bikini to beat the heatn from a dirt road going off "You are to Immediatelytake cost the city: \ money and elim-
Jefferson Street in 5tar'' ford place."I Conserving Fuel Ings from the premises and the people less voice In
couldn't get hold of their
never go near the place again running government.
body so I decided to do It even if she asks you to come 6))
City Council To Decide myself," says Shuford. The Florida Energy Committee has handed down a resolution back. You are not to go back (See Page
"It's wet up here, sure e- urging state and local governments to conserve until the six months are com-
noughl" Shuford told The Tel- energy by raising thermostats on air conditioners, buying pleted." said Judge Sanders.
egraph. "It was a pretty good more economical cars and equipment, and constructing Other defendants found guilty -
local shower, but It was local City Zoning
better Insulated buildings. by Judge Sanders were:
," he added. County\ Clerk Gilbert S. Brown voiced support of the
How To Spend Bonds An average of 9.57 Inchesof resolution saying that the air conditioning in the court- "After I got the report from
rain has fallen on the coun- house had already been cut back. Brown also stated county\ jail that the vehiclewas HearingsSet
ty in July through the 22nd, that the county\ had been conserving gasoline in their all over the road- found
e Starke City; Council will The peak load that the pow- the extreme cases, begin. still short of the 50-year ave- heavy road equipment for years for the dollar value."We're the vehicle that fit the des-
t Tuesday, July 31, at er plant can produce Is 7,500 The engineering firm of rage of 10.87 Inches for the trying to save the taxpayer every dime we can," cription and"she ran off the
p.m. In city hall to de- kilowatts, with a firm capa- Bessent, Hammock,and Ruck- seventh month. he added. road twice, states Lawtey MondayOne
how much of the $1.8 cityo: of 5,750 kilowatts. Last man, of Jacksonville has pro- With rain measured In the Jim Temple, Bradford school superintendent, prom- Marshall M.M. Jordan wit-
Ion bond issue to sell summer the demand rose to posed a repair and expansionplan county four days of the week ised to follow the guidelines set by the 15 member com- nessing Betty Blume KItchen'sreckless appliation for change in
e present time. 6,600 kilowatts, well over the for the sewer systemfor from July 16-22, the forestry mittee adding that last winter the heat had to be cut off driving. She was zoning to permit a mobile
firm capacity.\ Output of the over the next five years department reports 2.9 Inches when buildings were warmed and that this would have to found guilty\ and fine $36 or home park, and three peti-
rke's newest bond issue new generator will be 3,000 that will cost an estimated falling at the New River be done again this year until some relief for the crisis three days In the Bradford tions for the location of Individual -
validated for sale last kilowatts. The unit will not $2.2 million. A federal grant fire tower 2.4 Inches at the Is found. County\ Jail.'Tarn mobile homes In
lesday, July 18, In Brad- be delivered until next year from the Environmental Pro- Santa Fe tower on US-301 City\ Clerk Merrill Edwards strongly urged everyoneto a safe driver, and Starke will be heard by the
ClrcuftCourtwith\ and the city will have to make tection Agency of $1.7 million south, and 1.0 inches at the conserve energy. Edwards had spoken to the super- I've never had a ticket in my City\ Zoning Board at a hear-
e Elzla Sanders pre sld- ends meet on the current kilowatt is being sought and the Louis Hill tower at Highland. intendent of the power plant and says that everyone can life," said Anthony Mennella ing set for 7:30 p.m. Monday
Proceeds of the rev- supply. rest of the funding Is hopedto WPXE Radio reports that 1.57 help the situation by turning up their air conditioning to Judge Sanders after being Aug. 6.
certlflcates will be used be received through the Inches fell at the station in thermostats a few degrees.
pgrade the city's utility\ Two problems will be posedby $1.8 million bonds. Starke during the week. (See Page 6)) The board Is being asked to
jm with the purchase of the Bradford Square Shop- rezone the Jo-Lu Motel pro-
ddltional generating unit ping Center due to be com- perty on U.S. 301 South to allow
he plant at $750- pleted and open for business
power a mobile home park. The
and to begin implemen- by the end of the year. The For VoteJuly properly\ is located on the
n of a $2.5 million sewer shopping center will requirea City Manager Proposal Okayed east side of 301, Just north
Ice expansion recommen- great amount of electrical of the Longhorn Restaurant,
7Y engineers. energy from an already over- and consists of 122,500
burdened power plant. Brad- Ina 4-1 vote last Thurs- 17 meeting, but Councilman "Mr. Tucker,"Schaefer replied authority to tell Charlie to The chief of police would feet. square
ford Square will also have to day the City\ Council approved Charles Schaefer showedup take It?" McRae asked, per- still be elected under the pro- Individual petitions for the

hook up to the Inadequate sew- Attorney George Plerce's at the Thursday meeting "Well. Nell, who gave you sisting in his questioning. posed ordinance.The location of mobile homes in
:an Faces er system which has Just recently ordinance creating a city man- with the petition, admitted he "Nobody," Tucker said. proposed ordinance Starke will be heard as follows -
had the moratoriumlifted ager form of government for had taken it for "safe keep- states: :
on It. Starke and placing that Issue ing." Boat TheftDiscovered "Didn't the city\ attorney East side of N. ThompsonSt.
rug Count on the Sept. 11 ballot. Chairman McRae asked advise you to leave it In city\ "The government and administration ., directly north of the homeof
Money from the bonds will Chairman Jimmy McRae where the petition was when hall?" McRae asked. of said city\ shall George Grlffls and east of
have to be allocated to repair the council met In special be vested in a Mayor-Com-
the home of Alfred Godwin at
Vernon Grlffls 28-
ise cast the dissenting vote on "Well, we don't always listen missioner form of
the sewer line which July. 19 session to approve the govern- 818 N. of
Thompson occupant
-old is ;
Hampton man, the controversial ordinance
to the advice of the attorney
ment consisting of five
leak In ground water to the A 1959 Starllner boat and mem-
mobile home to be Larry
fed with possession of he said, not because he disapproves "
Tucker replied. bers chief of police
treatment plant Impairing the trailer were stolen from ; a ; a
rge quantity of stolen The of a vote on the city: "I've got It, right here," night police, and such other Green.
treatment of Impurities. Moore's Sun Sports
Jimmy East side of State Road))6 W.
I from Tomllnson manager Issue but because of Councilman Schaefer stated. McRae shook Ms head and ,
.s' drug store In Lake city is presently 90 cent meeting treatment theState's the way the Issue has been "Well, why did you takeIt storage street sometime shed on In S.the Walnut past the meeting went on from sion police may as the employ city\ and commIs-appoint south of the home of Adro
3:45 per presented' to the council.Mc- ?" McRae there. Brown and north of the trailer -
23 at
tide also has pending the system at a cost of Rae referred to the disap- asked. 21, according to the Starke If approved the ordinance to be employed by the city\ home of Sidney be William D.;
pearance last week from city council told me to occupant
"The n commission and such
lit him charges of lewd $28 per day to make impur- Police Department. amending Article Section to serve
lascivious: behavior and ities coagulate; and sink to hall of the petition bearing take It," Schaefer replied. 7 of the City; Charter, would term at the pleasure of the Brown. of Davis Street
less driving the bottom. The council has 431 names, asking the vote At that point Councilman The boat was wooden var- abolish the office of city: \ clerk city\ commission; a board of North side of Queen
on the issue nished with two wooden seats. and call for bond trustees consisting of directly west Dairy ;
J e seemed to have con- been told that It will cost Orle Wiggins stated: "Now appointment by to be Zumy Mack
of what comes and $80,000 Just to have TV cam- The council at the regular Schaefer, I advised you to The trailer was a 1955 with the city; council of a city manager three members, who shall be occupant.
. ," states Deputy' Sher- eras used to scan the Insideof meeting Tuesday. July 17, unanimously get copies and leave the original 25 hors power Johnson Out- Effective date of the appointed by the city\ commission FAIL wishing to be
where board Motor. The boat Is ordinance would be October 1 for term of three years. persons
:ilen Moore referring toitigations sewer lines to tell approved placing In city\ hall. these
heard for or against
the Sheriffs the leaks are. Only then can the city\ manager issue on the owned by Mrs. Albert J. 1975. A ma.lorftvote\ one All of said officers except requests should appear at the
rtment has conducted into the Job of plugging the leaks, ballot. The petition disappeared "Which councilman told ycu Quagllano of Keystone He more than half would approvethe hearing.PKY .
drug traffic. or putting down new lines In from city: hall after the to take It?" McRae asked. ights. new ordinance. (See Page 6))


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2 TELEGRAPH July 26.1973Anniversorloi

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? (Gladys Moot, Society Editor: 964-7608


Mix; UiiderllillIIonorE'fIu ; GnrtltiiGriffuirianAng.; ;
Brutal; Shoicer/
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#. For Miss; Chastain; ,
rE ItridalSlionerMiss; / Wedding
Mr. Davis / I

1V Patricia Underhill Mr. and Mrs. Henry H.Gur- I
Diane Chastain and Oscar Sept. 15 bride-elect of Wayne thle announce the engagementand
Davis Jr. were honored at a Blankenship, was honored at approaching marriage of
yy surprise bridal shower Friday a bridal shower Tuesday their daughter, Marie, to
+ E i July 20 at the home of J.4 night, July 10 given by Mrs. IV1; Woodrow Griffls' Jr., son of
e 1 Mr. and Mrs. Irving Meres ; Wayne Wynn, Mrs. Billy Hod Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Grlf-
S Sr. in Starke. ge and Miss Mary Sue Under- fls Sr., all of Starke.
hill at the home of the former
30 guests were present including -
The wedding will take place
ll 1420
? i ; W. Pratt street.
Mrs. Guy Starling,thebride's __ The refreshment table was Aug. 17 at 8:00: p.m. In the
tin mother and Mrs. -
y covered with white lace Smyrna Baptist Church witha
1 ? a
Davis s Sr., the groom'smother.
cloth and 'centered with a reception In the church recreation -
; ( summer floral arrangement hall.
i ; Mrs. Don Rardon presidedat All friends and relatives are
/ Several games were played the punch bowl. invited to attend.
k... with Mary Cooper and Vernon
Games with
apqq prizes were enjoyed -
qo: f Robinson winning the prizes.An 7' by the 25 guests bet-

*: ween the hours 7:30: and 9:30
I' electric can opener and Underhill'ShnfordEngagement; .
Pq i ) several kitchen accessorieswere pm.The hostesses presented the

i, presented by the host- honoree with a set of floral
; I esses, Mrs. Florence Meres sheets as a memento of the
; and Mrs. Irving Meres Sr. occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Under-
; hill announce the engagementof
t their daughter, Mary Sue
nroicn-Johns .. ,
i r ; r4ilr. Clm"I";"-I)"vis to Jim Shuford, son of Mr. 2
J and Mrs. J. S. Shuford of _
.., Mrs. Lucile Brown and ( WeddingAnnounced! ; Starke.

> Thornton Johns were unitedin Miss Underhill is a 1970
,: (h
marriage July 16 at 7:00 ,
: : -
1; graduate of BUS; attended St.
p.m. in the home of Mr. and
Johns River Collegeand
Mrs. Delano Thomas.A. Diane Chastaln daughter of
: Russell McRaeHonored Is currently employed as
in Mr. and Mrs. Guy of
J. Thomas Sr. officiatedin a secretary at the Universityof
; Hampton and Oscar W. Davis Florida. She is also a
the of the imme- On Anniversary
... diate families.presence Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Os- member of Beta Sigma Phi.

...t. i err Left w Md uriw j"cn nnnyjr.Vn : Following the ceremony a Mr. and Mrs. Russell S.Mc- Mrs. Betty Crawford, Mrs. car repeated W. Davis nuptial Sr. of Starke Mr. Shuford' is also a 1970
vows on July
held in the Tho- C graduate of BUS.[[ He receivedhis
Shields Mrs.
reception was William ,
:::: / Rae were honored at a receptIon 23 in the home of Mr. and AA from St. Johns
;iletl In degree
Marriage July 7 attendingthe
0:...>. mas home for those Sunday afternoon, July 22 Dale Brown, Mrs. Plen Gn- Mrs. Irving Meres Sr. in St- River Junior College and is
wedding. and Mrs. Marvin Brown.
V- on their Golden Wedding ann- ann arke.
the of
;.,;.: M r. and Mrs.l-laroldF.Watt centered with an orchid. Her iversary held at St. Mark's Out-of-town guests were now Florida attending where he University is majoringin TitiisTriestEngagement; ;
C,' ; of Land o'Lakes announce the only ornament was a diamond Episcopal Parish House. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Skipperand Diane Davis was maid of Ornamental Horticulture.
of the Mr. and !Mrs. Glenn Con- : Told
'l marriage of their daughter, necklace a gift groom.A
honor and LonnleBroskeywas of Phi Delta
lIe is member
held Mrs. Paul Bridges met the of Orlando. Mrs. A.B.
%;; Terri Lea to Jack H. Eddy reception was ner '
Jv: Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. at the church. Mrs. James guests at the door and stand- Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Newell man. Theta. will be Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Titus
fe Jack H. Eddy Sr. of Waldo. Hearn greeted the guests at ing in the receiving line were Benton and Mrs. Dolly Woodly The Rev. Bill Lovell per- Wedding at plans later date. announced Sr. announce the engagementof
the door. Mr. and Mrs. McRae and their of Frostproof, Mr. and Mrs. formed the ceremony in the a their daughter, Janel Le-

., Rev. J.D. Bowen performed The bride's table was cen- children, Mr. and Mrs. JulianE. Mike Sheppard of Brunswick, presence of friends and re- ............................ nora, to Tommy Trlest, son
<:;;, the nuptials Saturday, July tered with a wedding cake encircled McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Paul latives. of Mrs. Inez Trlest and the
i>i..... 7 at 7:30 p.m. In the First with daisies Mrs. M. McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Turner and Mrs.Mamie Tooleof Billy and Tonda Covington late Thomas Trlest of Key-
t., Baptist Church In W'alda.Rod- Kay Johns and Mrs. JoAnne James E. McRae and Mr and Lakeland. The couple will reside at of Gainesville spent l last week stone Heights.A [ .
P. ney O'Steen presented a pro- Gay assisted In serving. Debra Mrs. Jimmie Clark. Approximately 150 guests 556 N. Cherry Street. with .grandparents, Dr. September wedding is
....-.. gram of nuptial music. Highlighting Martin cut the cake and The McRaes also have 12 called between the hours of Mr. Davis is employed by and Mrs. A.Y. Covington at planned; the date to be announced -
JSf: the altar were two Miss Theresa Melton kept the 2:00 and 5:00 p.m. the City of Starke. Kingsley Lake. later.
?-C large baskets of daisies.Carroll bride's book. grandchildren and eight great
:jo= Malnor served as best After a wedding trip to Day- grandchildren.The .
,.' man and the ushers were Danny tona Beach the couple Is residing receiving line stood in
Luke and Cecil Gasklns. In Waldo where the front of the fireplace where
1f: :?,' Bonnie Mainor attended as groom Is a carpenter. the mantel held fan-shaped BIG MONTH END
jj.;-". bridal attendant. She wore a ............................. poms arrangement and gladioli.yellow Colorful pom- CARPS
of dotted
jg j floor length gown
i arrangements of zinnias were
& Swiss. Rev. and Mrs. V. J. Rags- used at points of Interest throughout -
'.: The bride, given marriage
i:' dale of St. Petersburg were the reception room.
rS by her father wore a dotted last Tuesday visitors of Mrs.L. The guest book table held an Dept. Stores CLEfmnnce
f Swiss gown with puffed slee D. Vining and Wednesday anniversary candle;, arrange-
ves. She wore a chapel veil visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leo KelleyFlick ment. .
and carried a daisy nosegay Champion. ,
,: It"eddingrAza; {{. 25 The refreshment table was 1
k covered with an imported cut- SENSATIONAL 1 SAVINGS IN OUR I MEN AND I BOY'S: DEPTS.I
A late August wedding is work cloth and was centered
WEDNESDAY planned for Miss Denise San- with a three tiered anniver- All First Quality! Some items have been previously reduced!
Ji V;; NIGHT FISHSPECIAL dra Flick Ormond Beach, sary cake topped with a bride Sale! Save As
and Lenox S. Kelley Flagler and groom and the figure"50" w
!i; Beach. The punch table was covered Much As $4.22Men's
?;>.,. Miss Flick is the daughterof with a white linen cloth and W Save on First Quality
Mrs. Mary S. Flick, Or-
centered with a crystal punch
$' 75 mond Beach and is an Xray Men's
*a JL bowl encircled with leather ILL Short Sleeve
technician at Fish Memorial
leaf fern and yellow pompoms.
fot:! Lounyf ,All The Fried Flounder Hospital, Deland. Assisting In serving were I Double Sport
You Can Eat Mr. Kelley Is the son of Mrs. Maurice Wingate, Mrs. I Knit Shirts
Mrs. Doris Kelley and O.C. A.B. Ellis, Mrs. Barney Mc-

?j. Includes Choice Of Pato Patato, Hush Puppy teacher Kelley of Brooker.at Ormond He Beach is a Rae, Mrs. Donald McRae McRae, Mrs. '
Mrs. Dewayne
& Pirate's Slaw 3500 SW 13th St. Junior High School. Harry Tison, Mrs. Kenneth V

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'II1't; \ Y'ouf/i Group''I j Mr. and Mrs Thurman Flip- Mrs. W.II.! Hart and Mrs. DON'TMISS S\\C
1 pan of Nashville Term were A. Russell Norman of Sta-
lliucc Two Outing; last Tuesday to Thursday rke and Miss Kathryne Ep
guests of Mr. and Mrs.Robbie person of Lake Butler returned -
Shaller. The Shallers also last Thursday aftera
The youth group of the First had as Saturday overnight week In Atlanta attendingthe THESE \ IXS
Presbyterian Church had a guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Southeast regional meetIng N
joint birthday celebration Bates of Jacksonville.Mrs. of Delta Kappa, Gamma. : '
Wednesday night of last week (
the Sweden House In Gaines- Robbie Shaller enteredthe Mrs. N.P. Riccardi of MIami ,i f'.r
ville celebrating the birthdays North Florida Regional E'r Is visiting her brother- fX '-
of Mrs. Johnny Johnson,youth Medical Center Sunday for in-law and sister, Mr. and ,
advisor, and Matt Her 12 : _
res. observation and treatment. Mrs. F.W. Strickland for two .
young folks enjoyed the affair weeks. \
." \ .
Miss Jean Mundy of Talla- ,,, "t ,,,, .
On Sunday night the youth hassee and Mrs. F.M Fram- Candy and Lewis Clayton of

groups byterian from Churchs the First In Starke Pres- bough and daughters of Ocala Salt Springs are guests of .' u..... ."....; .
the weekend at the Mun- Mrs. W.II. Hart for several
and Melrose held
at Camp Montgomery.a retreat The dy cottage at Kings ley Lake. days. :,t'I, r,1)

30 young folks attending en- Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale visIted Local admittances to Brad- \L-
Joyed a picnic supper, games Mr. and Mrs. Purvis ford County Hospital this week
and recreation. include: Mrs.LennieBrownand I _
Advisors attending were Hazen In Ocala Tuesday. Girl MissingSince Harris i ',": .-.,
Mrs. Margie ''" ,-"\\l '.. : _
Mrs. Johnny Johnson of Starke "-
Mrs. Bertie For- .
Mrs. Eddie Douglas and Mr. Hampton;
and Mrs. Elizabeth Neal of 2 of Ralford Walter Wald- Bffiww "
and Mrs. Robert Green of July syth ;
Melrose. Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Howard rop of Lawtey; Mrs. Corrine
Douglas of Brooker att- Missing since July 2 Is Walker, Mrs. Betty Cates,
ended the commencement and Gwendolyn Priscilla Thompson and Mrs. Lillian Whittaker,
commissioning exercises of 15, a sophomore at BUS Keystone Heights; Mrs. Dor-
BIRTHS the Florida National Guard othy Engelke, Melrose; Mrs. BALDWiN
Armory in Jacksonville where Miss Thompson Is 5'7"tall, Wanda Tetstone, Luther Har-
Eddie received his commis- weighs 110 pounds, and has dee, Mrs. Emma Hodges,
sion as second lIeutant in the long blond hair and blue eyes.If Mrs. Rosemary Erhart, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Florida National Guard. Mavis Goodge. Richard Lee,
(Hall announce the birth of a Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Rhoden seen, notify Bertha Michael E. Anderson\ Glen
son, Todd Hamilton, July 19 Dotty Rhoden, Mike Rhoden, Thompson of 614 West Ad- Thomas and Mrs. Marlene
In the Memorial Hospital, and Janice Weeks attendedthe kins Street, phone number Smith, Starke.
Jacksonville. Swindle family reunionat 964-6012. CHEVROLET-OLDS
the Ravine Gardens In ............................ Capt. Charles H. Hall has
............................ Palatka Sunday. completed two weeks train-
Gene Mathews of Maitland ing with the US marine corps
Miss Denise Winkler of FSU Mrs. Kate Sheppard visited spent the past week with his reserve, Camp Pendleton,
was home for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. M.I I. SheppardIn grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Calif.
Brunswick, Ga. last week Garl Mathews. Dawn Math- Mrs. Christine Layfleld
Mrs. Art Seibert of Jacksonville They brought her home and ews and Beth Cheatam are- of Fort White was first of ,
was Sunday Visitor of spent the weekend. spending the remainder of the the week guest of Mrs. \\.r. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion. week with the Mathews. Herlong. Mrs. lIerlong attended /-.
Mrs Frank Weaver Sr. the Layfield family
Mr and Mrs. Lemuel Wil- of WIlliston was weekend Miss Evelyn Sinclair of Orlando reunion at Manatee Springs
liams of Lompoc, Calif, are guest of Mr. and Mrs. W.T. spent the weekend with Sunday.
visiting his mother, Mrs.L.F. Jackson Sr. her mother, Mrs. Clyde Sin- THRTS RIGHT"We
I Williams and family for two clair. (See Page 4))

weeks. - -- -

j Mrs. J. R. Kite was visiting
friends and relatives In Ellz-
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Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Carver 964-6300

In and Waynesville family, were, N.C.vacationing for two :Make A Gift For

Tim( Girl In
,. Steve Walker and Dave Thrip
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:: and Mrs. J. II. Moncrief.

:; Mr. and Mrs. Geno Downingof _
: Ailanta, Mr. and Mrs. Er- -
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Page 4 TELEGRAPH July 26, 1973

Union Blood Donors HonoredUnion I

Financial Condition /j.. .. ', "". .,, Co. D AuthorizedTo
bTHE.li General Hospital announced The award for First Recruiter
July 17 the winnersof went to Bryan Hen- I
Of : / A IN RIFF Sign Up WomenThe the First Recruiter award dricks of Lake Bulter. Hen-
City HamptonOctober and First Donor Group awardIn drlcks had 14 donors on hand
connection with the for the affair exactly 50 per
local National Guard The Florida Army National July opening of the blood bankat cent of the number of pints
(From Page 3)) unit Co. D 53rd Support Bn. Guard authorized by the
Union General Hospital anda drawn during the bloodmobile -
1 1972-June 30, 1 1973 Mr.Green and Cove Mrs. E.R. Collinsof received authorization this Chief. National Guard Bureau visit by the techtnlcalns and visit.
Mr. and Mrs Walter Box Springs and week to begin recuriUng wo-
Miss Arlene Braddock of to conduct three month bloodmobile from North FlorIda -
and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Man Jacksonville were weekend men.Women test, commencing July], anew Regional Hospital and a
Income ning of Jacksonville and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.K. are to be Incorporated enlistment option for the Army Ida Regional Hospital of First Group Donor award ,
Taxes Income $19163.34 Margie Dickey and Miss Weta Whitehead Into regular units In positions National Guard. Since 1963 Gainesville.The went to the Church of Christ .'
Revenue Sharing Income 5469.00 Manning of Brigham City that are Interchangeable the only enlistment author- In Lake Butler whose mem-
Utah were last Friday guests male or female. Someof ized for Individuals without
Mr. and Mrs. Henry God- awards were made on bership had nine donors dr-
Occupational License Income 206.00 Of Mrs. W.H. Hart. win and daughter Barbara the positions that women prior military service has the basis of the first groupto awn. A total of 28 pints of
hold In the Starke Na-
Fines and Forfeitures Income 176.00 Mrs. Lola Johnson and house may required satisfactory participation donate the most pints of blood were drawn to be stored
Cemetery Lot Sales Income 40.00 Among those attending the guests Mrs. John Livingstonand tional Guard unit are: cooks In a unit of the Reserve blood to be credited for that and credited In the North Florida -
funeral of Mrs. P.O. LoudonIn clerks drivers and of flee machine -
son Jeff of Cocoa Beach components for the full particular group and for the Regional Hospital blood <
Building Permits Income 20.75 Tampa Monday were Mrs. and Mrs. George Robarts and repairwomen.Commander six year enlistment. The new recruiter that brought In the bank. '
Miscellaneous Income 1306.55 Frank Weaver Sr. of Wliils- children of Indianapolis Ind. James R. Red- option which Is referred to most donors.
ton, Mrs. W. T. Jackson Sr. attended the Baker dish, Unit Administrator A.L. as the REP-63 (3 by 3) En-
TOTAL INCOME $26,381.14 and Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Lou-- In Palatka on Sunday. Crosby and local recruiters listment Option will permit 0000 aa caC DDDDacaa
--- ---------- -
******************************** don JR. of Starke. Mr. and Joseph N. Warren and CharlesJ. nonprior service personnel to
Mrs. A.G. Loudon Sr. of Keystone Mrs. Stephen Beckett and Schaefer are now getting enlist In the Florida Army Mobile 'IonicSales
EXPENSES (by Departments) Heights and Mr. and daughter of Atlanta are spend- together to work out some National Guard for six years 'G REY'S
Administration Deot. Mrs. Jack Carter of Lake ing three weeks with her par- of the problems posed by the with the option of serving
City. Integration of women Into a three years actively In the
ents, Mr. and Mrs. L.K.
Salaries Expense Whitehead while Dr. Beckettis combat support unit previous unit and three years in the Individual Need A Home?
Council $640.00 Mrs. Clarence Downing and at Fort Houston, Texas. ly all done by men. Ready Reserve Short On Cash?
Clerk daughter, Kathy of Lulu were Mrs. Beckett and daughter will "In my 27 years with the where unit participation is
1243.99 last Friday guests of Mrs. join him in two weeks. National Guard this Is the not required. This three year Let Us Show You How To Move Into A
Auditing Expense 1225.00 W.II. Hart.T. biggest change yet" Warrant unit participation option rather 12 Ft. Wide Of Your Choice On
Utilities Expense 210.46 Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Mc- Officer AI Crosby says. than the old six year
A. Sundem last
Applicants be either unit participation Rental Purchase Agreement
may require-
Office Supplies Expense 185.75 week golfing with friends in Lendon took their grandsons,
ment should be most attract-
prior-service or nonprlor-
Stacey and Ian McLendon back
Attorney Fees Expense 120.15 Miami. to their home In Islamoradalast service, but prior service ive to young men without prior $200 DOWN OR LESS
Supplies Expense 88.47 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tho- Friday after a month's personnel are preferred, according military service. Details per
Dues Expense 82.50 mas had Mrs. C.M. Fowlerof visit. The McLendons spent to Captain James R. taining to the new REP-63 Come
Reddish. Non priorservicemust (3 by 3) Enlistment Optionsmay By Today ::172-115.1
Insurance Winter Park as their guestat the night with the James Mc-
Expense 56.00 their camp in the Scrub Lendon family and returned attend active duty train- be obtained from any ,505 N.W.13th: SI.
Miscellaneous Expense 216.95 over the weekend.Dr. Saturday.Mrs. Ing for six months upon entering Army National Guard Armory
located within the State of
the Guard and prior- Gain nillt!
Glen E. McClane of Tal- Susie Beaver returned service may enter and begin Florida.

Fire Dent. lahassee and James McClaneof Monday after two weeks in performing slots they are their qualified duties In to ....... .-.. ..-. ...-. ..-. .......... .-. ...-. ..-. ..-. ...-. ...-. ..-. .-. .-. a ,
Repair Expenses $509.23 with Atlanta their spent parents the weekend Mr. and the Medical North Center.Florida Regional hold and Interchangeable with ......- ........... --- --- --- ..................... ........... .......... .........- --- --- ---

Utilities Expense 36.30 Mrs. J. Houston McClane and men.
Fire Siren Rent Expense 8.56 Mrs. Betty Ann Phillips.Ed NICE HOUSE OF MUSIC
7.80 Bradford Ct Be Proud
Miscellaneous Expense Torode, who had beena 2929 N.W.13th St. Gainesville Fl.
patient In the Alaucha General -
_.lice Deot. Hospital for ten weeks Of V olul1tceBradford ::r FireDept. Just North Of G'villeAAallDon'MssEndOfJuyNew
was home for a week and
Salary Expense $675.00 reentered the hospital last County has some- today it has a brand new / / S Used
Police Car Expense 2958.00 Thursday for further treat- thing that only five or six firehouse and equipment, SPECIALKimball
Equipment Expense 153.15 ment. other counties In the State which together would have a
can boast ofa fully equip replacement value of$120,000or
Supplies Expense 127.20 Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. ped County Volunteer Fire more. This has not "Just 844 With Automatic Rhythm
Uniforms Expense 100.00 Dukes and family of Boston Department. happened," of course, but has
Insurance ExpenseMiscellaneous 24.00 Mass. are visiting his mother Starting four years ago witha been brought about by much Reduced From $1595 to New $1238Conn
9.36 Mrs. E. C. Dukes this handful of members and personal sacrifice, both In
Expense week. Joining the family for no equipment, the departmenthas time and labor, on the part of
the weekend were Mr. and steadily advanced until the volunteer members.It .
Recreation Pent. Mrs. Curtis Edwards and was a proud day In the de 275 With Automatic Rhythm $799Used

Christmas Party Expense 899.28 daughters of Meridian, Miss. partment's history, whenopen
house was held in their new
League Entrance Fees Expense 75.00 Archie Green of Miami was building erected on property
Ball Field Lights Expense 66.64 visiting his mother, Mrs. L. donated by the county. The
Recreation Hall Supplies Expense 347.15 J. Green over the weekend. department is also gratefulto Hammond $1 795
the County Commission fora
Recreation Hall Labor Expenses Mrs. B' C. Holttendorf Sr. portion of the new revenue
Gerald Thomas 162.00 has returned from two weeks t sharing funds, amounting to Used Lowery Genie
visit with her brother-in-law $1095
around $5,000 a year without
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. which the Like New
county firefighterswould
Ted Curt I !Sr. 150.00
: L. Morgan in Brunswick, Ga. have to fold up.

A.C. Den ison 78.00 Susan and Nancy Hall of The large crowd attendingthe Used Paul Fischer $495 T
Ted Curt s, Jr. 24.75 Gainesville spent Sunday to open house Indicates Interest Spinet Piano
Hank Lt 23.00 Thursday with their grand- and appreciation that +
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.A. the public has in the depart-
Sanitation Depf.: Baldwin while their parents ment. They realize that adequate 12 Free Lessons With Purchase Of Any Now +
Garbage Pick-Up Expense Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Hall Jr. fire protection is as
P. Glover 674.00 are In Seattle, Wash. The i Important out In the countyas ; Piano Or Organ
Baldwin also had as Sundayand rt it Is In our municipalities.We .
W.C. Barnes 444.00 Monday visitors their son- I are proud to be one of .
Drainage Supplies Expense 405.00 in-law and daughter Mr. and the few Florida counties that
Mrs. James Montuoro and can make this claim.
Labor Expense'David daughter of Tampa.Mr. .

Brown 48.70 and Mrs. J. D.Seymour NOWPLAYING
Bobby Newman 44.00 returned Friday from two r I A FINE WAY TO
weeks vacation In Las Vegas,
Nev., Arizona and California.Mr. .
Joe Tombs 24.00 t, MAKE FRIENDS WITH

C.A. Dennison 22.91 and Mrs. R.R. Turnip- NIGHTLY! .
Cecil Tyler 18.00 seed Jr. of Arcadia were YOUR NEIGHBORS
weekend guests of Dr. and "Sonny & Help's a Comin' : .
Ted Curtis, Jr. 16.95 Mrs. H.H. Adams. JEANS FOR ''73Standardflare ,
Petey Bradley 5.65 blue jeans in Stevens' ,bringing you the '
classic cotton denim take a r
Robert Jackson 1.88 James Barron is a medical new twist for spring.. Mr newest sounds Iron ;
patient In the Gainesville VA Wrangler does them with country to rock 1
Hospital.Mr. free floating flap patch- ll \
"They can play anything
Street Pant. pockets attached to the ,..
Mowing Expense and Mrs. Eddie Douglasand waistband. Turned-up cuffs by request.
clogs and patterned
children of Gainesvillehave expose ENTERTAINMENT
A.C. Dennison 200.00 purchased Frank Jarvis socks. A Landlubber cotton
seersucker shirt and a neat 6 NIGHTS A WEEK
Forrest Trisler 255.00 home at 1241 Bradford _
complete the outfit.
Streetlight Expense 1108.01 street, Saratoga Heights and pullover I EVERY WEDNESDAY :
moved there recently.Mr. .
Tree Trimming Expense 3550.00 A house-for-sale ad boastsof I is : t

Supplies Expense 457.34 and Mrs.Sherrod Haml- the crushed marble patio. I :D ''l..c-fOllIE.HN1G.IIj
Miscellaneous 25.45i ton and sons,and houseguests, Probably the crushed-concrete e
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hamiltonand driveway is less of an attrac Bbby'sHideaway
Sidewalk Repair Labor Expense family and Mrs. W.L. tion. at
S Ted Curtis Sr. 86.00 Hamilton of Madison Heights, e e
t A.C. Dennison 85.00 Va., and Mrs. Mark Hamiltonof
Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. As we understand the government and is
"} Bobby Newman 56.00 N.B. Rosier attended the commencement position, food doesn'treally Handy Way always a
David Jackson 44.00 and commissioning cost so much as longas 301 North Waldo
$ -
i'C: Feldon Pipkin 26.00 National exercises Guard of Officer the Florida Candidate /you ignore* the* *price tags fine place to pick up all the

Street Maintanence Expense School Sunday Morningat

i A.C. Dennison 154.00 the National Guard Armoryin things that make cookouta

Ted Curtis Sr. 96.75 Hamilton Jacksonville received, where his Mark com- DO YOU HAVE A your
Bobby Newman 87.10
mission as second lieutenant.
David Jackson 74.15 KILOWATT success !

Feldon Pipkin 51.10 Mr. and Mrs.L.K.Whitehead

Willard Thomas 42.00 were last Thursday evening HOG Fellows while hot ;
dinner guests of Mr. and!Mrs. you're over a
I Joe Tombs 30.00 John in
Mussoline Palatka.
Robert Jackson 22.00 grill, send the little woman to the Handy :
Mrs. John Livingston and IN YOUR BACK YARD?

t S Ted General Curtis Labor Sr.Expense 354.32 son Jeff, of Cocoa Beach were Way. .she'll find all those picnic items N) i

i A.C.Robert Dennison Jackson 154.00 310.54 Mrs. Henry Godwin. COSTING YOU MUCH MORE FOR ELECTRICAL CURRENTNOT that tantalize the taste buds. .A culinary

Bob Brown 128.36 head have moved to their new collage. She will love our "park at the t'
Gerald Thomas 76.00 home on Brooklyn Lake. .

Bobby Newman 76.00 door" and "almost instant" checkout.
C.A. Dennison 55.95 -I GENERAL .; ELECTRIC

David Jackson 30.13 t Know Som.on. In A ...gets her back home in a hurry!

Forrest Trislet 30.00 t .OFFERING :
Jerry Hollifield 28.00 SO GO AHEAD. r


1 Doug Williamson 23.00 ..

I Ted Curtis, Jr. 12.73 CENTER th.m call the CRISIS.or'1"" DELAY- OPEN 7:00 A.M. TO 11 00 P.M. EVERY DAY :
Craig Buhler 8.00 any tim. day .
$$ Keith Kirchaine 8.00 Anight, 804 SW 2nd Av.. : I PHONE US TODAY .:

John Crawford 6.60 tor h.lp with. a vari.ty of t BROWNREFRIGERATION i

I Jeff Baker 6.60 lit.'s problems.

Donny Lott 4.13 I DIAL 180013425364- t Handq-UJau

s John Hunt 3.30 w AIR CONDITION

t JT eat/u'rtvn Ilcnt Yhntl,
TOTAL EXPENSE $19,290.15 t t
! ***************>>***************** 226 S. Walnut St. Starke, 964.7731our
.. .& GAINESVILLE Loral Drnlt-r If'illi I'roren Itrliahililv FOOD STORES l


26, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 5

I I Florida Taxes Show Big; Rise"Major NOTES HOME

tax collections for 362,991, up 6.66 per cent from f
lected in the same period in same period in 1972. From Your
the past 11 months In Florida $39,719,236 collected In the

have exceeded the total collected same period in 1972. 1972.Intangible Tax A, B. & D Fiscal Intangible year Tax collection B & D$48-1973: ExtensionHonteEconomics GREATER EARNINGS AVAILABLEFOR
for the entire 1971-72
Utilities Tax Fiscal
: (
year County Collection): Fiscal 983281.
fiscal year, states Comptroller collection
$28,769.776 up year $630.785up
Gas and Oil ProductionsTax
Fred O. (Bud) Dick-
20.04 per cent from $23,967-> from $37,520,773 collectedin Fiscal collection
: year
inson.Dickinson's'report 755 collected In the same the same period in 1972. $4,344,497 up 414.42 per cent Agent SAVERS AT
shows period In 1972.Severance Intangible Tax A, B, & D from $844,539 collected in
that taxes collected statewide Tax-Solid Mater- (State Collection): Fiscal year the same period in 1972.
through May of this ;year are ials: Fiscal year collection collection $4,446,615, from KATHY
$200 million the entire up Total of all !taxes admlnls-
collections last over fiscal $2,661,488; ; up 117.77 per cent $36,282,611 collected in the ered by the Department of g
year from $1,222,615 collected In same period in 1972. Revenue: Fiscal year collect- BROWNEach
$300 million
over more the same period in 1972. Intangible Tax Class C: Fis- ion $1,679,194,607 up 24.97 I
than those collected through Documentary Stamp Tax: cal year collection $28,262624 ,- per cent from $1,343,721,633 GUARANTY FEDERALNOWALL
May a year ago. Fiscal year collection $73- up 52.02 cent from
"This makes It a certainty per collected in the same periodin week as I prepare this
717,506, up 40.81 cent $18,591,407 collected In the I
that we will have the $300 from $52,352,291 per 1972. column try to vary the topics
collected In to include
million as many aspects of
r surplus predicted
the same period In 1972. homemaldng
v Dickinson said. as possible.
J Largest gains show in gas collection State Surtax: Fiscal year Young Men Still Must
$12,148,521, 47.- Recent
'. up topics have been in
and oil tax
production ,
up 16 per cent from $8,255,070 foods and clothing areas.This HAVE EARNINGS
r 400 for the
over percent second -
collected In the same period week I wanted to relate
*. month running.May's col- some
In 1972. Register Even information
Though on home furnish
lections totaled $4.3 million
:1: compared to $844,000 through lection Estate Tax: Fiscal year col- ings. We have a number of COMPOUNDED DAILY!
6.65 Interesting
l May of last year. per centfrom$28,542,202col-up There Is No bulletins and informative
f. Sales and Use Tax: Fiscal Draftfewer available to you in
areas of home furnishings and
'J collection $947,030,056
i up 18.16 percent from $801- Talley Named Young men must still reg- number of administrative decorating. Write or call me
508,450, collected in the same ister with Selective Serviceat sites across the state. If you have questions or would
f> period in 1972. May 1973 collections the time of their 18th birth To eliminate the need for like help.KITCHEN.
} totaled $96,354,34 up OlltStilllhllgYollilg day even through there is no young men to travel to these
draft, Harold K. Davis, Chairman administrative sites Davis CARPET PROS
21.41 per cent over May 1972 Man AND: EFFECTIVE* ANNUAL TERMS FOR
of the Local Board announced said registrars and advisorsto
:. by 16988819.
.: Gasoline Tax: Fiscal year today. registrants have been appointed Before carpeting your kitc- ANNUAL YIELD RATE NEW SAVINGS INVESTMENTS
;: collection $296,500,012, up James Bailey Talley 01! of lie urged those men who In most communities. hen, you will want to considerthe
;; 13.31 per cent from $261,680- Gainesville has been selectedas have not registered to do so With no inductions now planned type and amount of use this : PASSBOOK SAVINGS
: 346\ collected in the same an Outstanding Young Man oromptly. few problems should arise for room receives and your will- 5.39% 5 2501.
May 1973 col of America for 1973. "Failure to register is a the registrants which would ingness to give it a little extra NO MINIMUM
periodtotaled violation of the law," Davis require them to visit the administrative dally
$28,836,162 up Talley is the son of Mr, and care.
15.57 per cent over May 1972 Mrs. J.B.Talley D,of Brownlee emphasized, "and could result sites Davis reported Kitchen carpeting is not $1,000 MINIMUM
by $3.884 495. Road In Starke. in prosecution by" the completely maintenance free. 5.92% 5.75%
Motor Vehicle Special Fuel The award is presented ann- Department of Justice. The local Selective Service Spots and spilled substances 90 days
Tax: Fiscal year collection ually to young men between the The President's authority Board sites are operating at should be removed and sponged -
$21,005,260, up 22.69 per cent ages of 21 and 35 for outstandIng to induct men into the ser- the following locations with quickly, and the carpet $1,000 minimum
from $17,120,311 collected In service to others professional vice expired on July 1 1. The office hours from 8 a.m. to should be vacuumed often. 6.72(; % 6. 50%
does not 4:30 Fri-
planto p.m.Monday through Kitchen In 1
the same period In 1972. excellence, business advancement carpets come ear69i9i0
seek an extension of this day: Room 315, Federal Bull- colors. For
Corporate Income Tax:Fis- charitable activities many practicaluse
cal year collection$137,892240 ,- and civic and profess- authority and the Defense Department ding, Gainesville Florida multicolors or tweeds (; $5,000 MINIMUM
up 755.71 per cent from ional recognition. is relying on volun- 32601. may be desirable as they show 6.75%
$16,114,305 collected in the Talley Is married to the teer enlistments to supply Communities with volunteer soil less Ulan solid colors. 2'/2 earsV.9Ccy9'
same period in 1972. former Phyllis Haddock of military manpower registrars and advisors to Medium to fairly dark colors
Insurance Premium Tax: Starke and they reside at 4410 Only induction authority registrants are: tend to stay fresh-looking $1,000 MINIMUM
Fiscal year collection $42- NW 32 Avenue In Gainesville.Mobile over those not previously deferred Bradford County Court longer. Deep dark shades 6.75%
expired onJuly 1 I. Davis House, !North: Temple Ave., show lint and surface dust 4 years
said. All other provisions of Starke, Florida. Phone: 964- more readily, and the light
the :Military Selective Service 5512. areas show spots.A $5,000 MINIMUM
HomeOwners Act remain in force. The annual George Roberts Insurance carpeted kitchen has some 7 COOOrfTo 7.25%
lottery will be held. Co., 421 W. Madison, Starke advantages over uncarpeted 4 ears
Young men must continue to Florida. Ilione: 9647826.KACINO one. A carpet provides more
Cool Off! register and their local boards warmth and comfort requiresless $25,000 MINIMUM
will classify them as to their
scrubbing and no waxing, 7.79% 7.50%
availability for possible military -
absorbs much kitchen noise, 5
..... years
: service should Congress and lessens the danger of
ct authorize the resumption of breakage. It also may be more
;;:::pCW* Inductions in the event of a .wr, luxurious in apperance. Installation -
t1: ..... national emergency. be
/ '" """ may made over a .
wilb in effect-'All passbook savings accounts at
;- Davis said the law requiresthat floor In rather poor condition. daily compounding
't ; all male persons, except Good quality kitchen Guaranty Federal are now earning 5.25% per annum

'" I in certain the with United nonimmigrant Selective States must Service aliens regIster -, r+ peting quirements.has some It; should special consist re-
19 yxj Ii' 1
j JII' entirely of manmade fibers
within the 60-day period commencing -
because they are not subjectto
.If'- ,"::-.. ,'"'I-___ 18th birthday 30 days lie prior stressed to their that mildew or rot. The face DO YOU NEED A BETTER
< .
C ..
should be
a nonabsorbent
'-. "' ..; --.o men actually have three
{":- N, ..' young
., .... .. t- legal obligations: ((1)J)they must easy-to-clean such as

"j1'.o" .- -- Lc1i .. = must register notify at age their 18,local(2) they Selective :ii I nylon sistant.,are acrylic the or most olefin.stain-re-Olefins REASON TO SAVE?

Service boards when
\ -.iJI::; ; The carpet should have a
loI -
they change addresses, and
water-resistant barrier
\ (3) they must carry their draft ,*' tt to
cards with them until their t f ,rr help prevent liquids from
i liability expires, which for mildew soaking through or rot and underneath causing THE GO AHEAD PLACE FOR

, most men today is at age 26. JACKET On
Selective Service is under- !l.ishion's fast track is this Kitchen carpet should havea
!4 I Friedrich I going a major reorganizationat snappy luckot in n crisp, cool short, dense, loop pile that
will hold crumbs and spilled
i this time, Davis explained predominately cotton blond. GET AHEAD PEOPLE!
as the system reverts to a Contrast 101)- .Itching and substances on top of the surface -
neat tab pockets are stylish for easy cleaning.
Central Air Conditioning standby operation with no inductions details It's cut with ".raglan Most kitchen carpets have
for a roomy conilort.ihlc either a sponge or a high-
for local boards are being relocated fit By White Stag density foam backing. Some AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONOF
Designed Specially .
or consolidated at a it's 73'; cotton 25' polyester carpets have a layer of woven

or solid plastic between the GAINESVILLEIn

3 Mobile Homes carpeting and the backing. .'.". I Gainesvillejiii11i
This "
s acts as another barrier
against moisture. 220 N. Main St. Phone 378-1431
t: Designed for the unique requirements of a DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Test carpet samples for absorbency "

mobile home by pouring! a little t4 3501 W. University Ave. Phone 373.8482
; Available in remote or self-contained systems STARKE water on each one. The water ;;
: Saves you more in the long run should bead on the surface and In Starke:
Phone 964-6200 be to wipe Although
easy up.
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Hospital Ned, .ilkert, Wheel hairs & ( ruifhes more quicly than other synthetics 1..
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6 TELEGRAPH July 26, 1973

.'--- .- '- 3; Qualify...
City Manager... County Budget.. I ; r -
M (From Page 1))

__.___ : I 1\-' .-..
. (From Page 1)) (From Paqa 1)) '--f'-' .- Clerk Edwards has been a

bond trustees night police- ment, !the governing body or itrong campaigner conslst-
officers said municipality shall have board of Adjustment to hear -I4.e' high vote even
man and other! police _- ---- sr. mtly polling a
filed -
(shall be) appointed by the amendment Incorporatedinto who have their 1973 tax hen/ he had no opposition. He
the city commission and !the free charter and shall to has had no oppositions since t
city manager shall be elec- file the revised charter with assessment. 1963 when he defeated Mrs. 'l4 fiC'
of State at County Assessor Gene Long .....
ted for a period of two years. the Department Carolyn Redgrave a former i
The city manager shall also which time the revised char- said notices were mailed Fri- employee in the clerk's office

act as the city tax collector ter shall take effect. day and property owners have 1,006 to 526.
and "This ordinance shall take 17 days from that date to tile
the city treasurer,
clerk also sur-
The veteran
the city tax assessor! for the! effect upon its passage on appeals. Forms for that pur- earlier attempt to
vived an
October 1. 1975. pose may be obtained from the
said city."There. make his office appointive. In
shall be elected flve tax assessor's office and should of making the
the question
Another point raised is that be filed with the county ,
and -
the offices of city clerk police
commissioners and virtually .
vote -
the city manager clerk after being filled out.
to the
chief put peo-
five commissioners the said assures Edwards of no was ,
shall elect one ple in a straw vote and defeated -
commissioners i
this time
opposition year The clerk then sets a
to be the mayor each year who wants to run for an office for the protesting taxpayerto 924 to 242. '

and also elect a mayor pro that may exist for only be heard on the 13th. If Asked this if he election expects the compe-clerk
tern two years. If It passes the the taxpayer does not appearat
"All provisions pertainingto city manager form of gov- !the set time the Boardof i said Tuesday: find somebodyto
the words "city council"In ernment will become effective Adjustment Is not obligated "If they can
laws shall run, I will. They're
the said charter Oct. 1. 1975. to hear his appeal. "
the best they can.
be amended to read "city 1973 tax Ing
the clerk Bradford County's The police chief's race was
commissioners."Upon passage of this ordinance Another not have reason opposition Is assessment roll totals $60 Every year signs like) these destroyed by vandals set up last month when Chief

by three/fifths vote may Edwards himself. He has 336,923$5 a gain 1/2 million of approxi-over cost the Florida' taxpayer approximately Ken Fuqua a long-time Bradford -
of the governing body this unbeatable since he produced County lawman resigned
proven 1972's $54,551,821 Assessor 335000. Of Th. 88,000 sign
and left the law
shall be submitted to the electors the office In 1959 when unexpectedly
of the said municipalityof won another veteran clerk the late Long said that $1.835.- at the Department of Labor's sign shop in Laic enforcement field to become a
Is due
the City of Starke as per- Carl L. JohnS. retired. to 936 new of the construction In the City, one-third are destroyed and returned to b* meter reader with the city.

tains amendment to the to the said charter proposed in .------------- county but that the major Increase either reclaimed or scrapped. was Chambers named acting Fuqua's chief deputy by the

the next ensuring city elec- A REPORT to the govern- Is due to upward" adjustments Penalty for destroying or stealing signs is a city council and Is using that
ment that industry take on "Idle land. board to seek the

urges exceed 60 days as a spring
not to
$500 fine loll sentence
tion."Uppn adoption of this a- steps to make routine jobs Changes are based on sale or a open post. It will be Cham-

mendment to the charter of more exciting. How about funny price figures of recent land or both. bers' first try at political
the said municipality by a hats on the assembly line? transactions In the county office. He has been with the

majority of !the electors voting Long says. Some Idle land Sons Ordered... city police department since
In the past has been asess-
in a referendum upon pharmaceutical industry 1964.
municipality by a majority of is I under heavy attach for its ed as low as $150 per acre 1)) Jimmy Bowen.. a mechanic
but now some of Page and
And not only Long says atrwtllegar Motors
the electors voting in a referendum drug pricing. L
such amend- that the chocolate sodas the best of this property Is "When the onwer of several washaterlas
upon and fined $26or and out of lanes 1/ f7
found guilty I
$900 to
assessed from $1,000
aren't what they used to be. vehicle passed I noticed the in Starke Is making a second c i
Kenneth Bruce
an acre. two days. try for the police chiefs job.
"I will wantto Wiegand, unlawful speed guilty odor of alcohol. ,
guess owners that he had Bowen was elected to the
protest when they see their for traveling 61 mph In Roberts while driving; group 4 council post In 1969
GAINESVILLE In Law- three beers
new assessments Long has the 40 mph speed zone Incumbent Gerald
said he had taken some defeating
two days
fined or
stated recently. tey also." Williams 935 to 542. But he
"' pills
Leroy Grissett unlawful nerve
"But Robert
own assessment really they nuv set>. their.... speed guilty fine of gave the council post In up 1971 to A Bund Uniform
Business DirectoryAUTO Joel Roberts asked Phillips run for police chief Buy
of the $30 three days.
set the sale price pro or Remember me asking you but ran third with! 208 votes
perty. I am merely carryingout Defendants: found In contact with Dr. behind Rosser with 267 'Ina and Kenneth McKlnney
to get Allen Blrt back to camera
the law as dictated by Judge Sander3 were; ,
SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES the state. Jessie Vernon Grlffis care Adams because I didn't know race that Fuqua won with model Bradford High School's new band' uniforms for
I taking andI 760 votes. Association at a lunch-
medicine was Booster's
the Band
Long points out that any less drlvi\ 'tj. members
it known
Arthur Lewis Hamilton hadn't slept the night before Bowen has made Monday at the Garden Restaurant.
BRASINGTON Johnson Paris Inc.CADILLAC revision of asessments up ?" for months that he Intendedto eon
or down must now be approved careless driving. at the to line up support to
OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS unlawful have another try police Purpose of that meeting was
Insecticide P.t Supplies' by the State Depart- Larry Lee Dudley Roberts had a witness J. chiefs job. for the 100 new black and red tailor-made uniforms
SALES ment of Revenue. speed. Grids who stated: "WellI Bill Rosser, who has been total of 10500. The band par-
FERTILIZERSTak.n D. which cost $105 each a
Fin. ..l.ctlon of Uud Cart Testlflytng against:
*. with him and In Jacksonville but is of $2,500 leaving a balanceof
On Cadillac Trod.. R.nt Frlilnr! Sprodri dant Joel Roberts chargedwith was riding living ents have made a down payment
2001 N.W. nth Ph. 378-5301 224 N.W. 6th Ph. 378.0476BEAUTY D\VI, Starke PatrolmanE. neither one of us had any moving back to Starke he says $8,000 they hope to have donated by county residents.
I he was terms police
sleep. If thought served three as
ACADEMY GLASSPOWELL'S My Neighbors ."I D. Phillips standing stated.In the mid- drunk I wouldn't of been with chief 1961 to 1967. He was "Buy a uniform" will be the request heard by local

dle of was the road looking for him." beaten In 1967 1,027 to 607 businesses and residents. Three uniforms were purchased
traffic Roberts was found not guil- by Bobby Biggs. Monday by Stump's Department Store Attorney George
LIDDELL east and west truck ty of driving while intoxi- Rosser ran again In 1969 but Pierce and the Garden Restaurant. Checks may be made

Beauty Academy oil and SR-100.It was going I spotted eratlc a In cated.we was beaten by Fuqua by 60 payable to the Band Booster's Uniform Fund at any of
Glass Company'S'par. votes 790 to 730 In a race the three local banks.
Larn a Prof..tion In Your which saw Biggs run third.In .
Tim.. Full or Port "Glo. For Every Purpo.. 1971 Fuqua again defeated *

Tim. Store Front Mirror, FLORIDA Rosser this time by 133 A psychologist says that

219 N.W. 10 th. 378.2766 Tub Enclotur Shower O votes 760-627. Another reason why men
Furniture Top Gloss G/yFi JN WILDyWMMENTS LIFER Rosser has 7 1/2 years on ate more elficient super- teachers are prejudiced
the Starke police force a against pupils with certain
Rplacd market shoppers than woman -
year and a half as a ,patrol- is that names. ,\nd. as we recall,
don take
ELECTRICMotor NEW LOCATION ON THE OUTDOORSby man chief. before being elected half the room they in the basket up there were certain teachers

Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Cainvill Councilman Vernon Sllcox, \I lth their purse whose names amused the

372.8191 372.1102 a Starke Insurance agent, won pupils.

Of Caintvill Rewinding. Inc. s" e Dr. O.E Frye, Jr. the Group 4 council post In .- ...... "" ...
Repairing PICTURE FRAMES 1971 739-429 over Ernest Allen -
New And Ul.d .. Director The seat was vacated that
2816 N.W 6th Ph. 372.8318 Creative '. "It's for a goingawaypresent FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSIONFPR year when Bowen ran for police ONLY THE VERY RICH
"""""" Custom framing J, for you next time GAME AND chief. It was Sllcox's

MOVERS With you foul-up...." first venture into politics and
Long Diaranc A l ) one of our pre- acquired a piece of land, he is seeking a second term. CAN AFFORD CHEAP
Moving Personal I [1 '..... hunt meetings last month a and when we cautiously adjustthe Council Chairman Jimmy
Storage Packing TownOval sportsman stood up and askeda scales, perhaps in favor of McRae an employee of the

Crating Shipping Originals -_ question which a lot of fglks a particular game species DuPont Co., was first elect- AIR CONDITIONING
Matt *
Fr** Ettimat Call mind predictable repercussions are
might have on their ed to the city council In 1965
WlldllU- Drawing Etching "You folks call yourselves the felt up and down the entire when he defeated the late Dr. .--' Quality Work Doesn't Cost It Pays

372-4366 373.4610 Game and Fresh Water Fish length of the ecosystem Calvin J. Houpt by 103 votes.

200 H.E. Utn. 3731 W. Univ. Commission" he said, "but If you think sportsmen just He had no opposition In 1967. BROWN REFRIGERATIONAIR
you spend most of your time care about what they happento In 1969 McRae won by 277
MUSIC dealing with non-game be shooting at, consider the votes over Mrs. Elvira De- CONDITIONING

Van Service, Toe __ species.Why don't you change beneficial work being done Voe. In 1971 McRae success-
name?" with duck stamp revenue to fully defended his Group 2 WEATHERTON" HEAT PUMPS
3540 N.E. Woldo Rd. G'ville your that
BALDWIN just one example
don'twe name
Good question: why seat against former councilman -
372.4271 Ask ? For years this Com money will be used to buy and Ewell Lawson.winning 226. S. Walnut St. Starke 964.7731
PIANOS & mission has managed more maintain our national wildlife 127 votes 830-703.
AUTO SALES SERVICE species than you can shake refuges areas that harbor
BLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS CharleyGMS. your shotgun at, and it's high every kind of wildlife you can

., INC. I time the non-hunting publicwas think of, from bats to badgers
I ./Jw.4 E. r aware of it. With the helpof But. that's the way the
BUH-VT?! sportsmen all over the sportsmen want their money

,, \ MUSIC Co. -Johns country agencies like ours spent.
are seeing to it that our The returns are neither
t G'ville, Shopping C.n. grandchildren won't have to obvious nor immediate, but Mustang

Factory Authorurd 372-5351 ask us what a redshoulderedhawk most sportsmen can see them.
Po..n.c About TW>< n..uo.S looked like or beg us to You cannot hunt or fish for

Sol.- Pou.S."i tell them about the days v.hen any length of time and not
210 H. Man COlne.vII.. Fla. "Our firm requires that all hummingbirds darted through learn some of nature's laws

7 those employees hand1lnJMPER Grandma's garden Obviously not everybodywho MOBILE HOMES
: SALES d SERVICE II Irby'' Msbils Nems the firm's money be bon
..,.,r t Ssppfss, ,Ise. also'* learned from Nature, it's Hawks, and other non-game ,
I ed. Does your agency this. ,don't ever pull a loose species are the occasional
E3 .Ihori..d D.ol.rs supply bonding where reuney brick, or you're apt to get the victims of trigger-happy 1650 N. Temple Ave. -9(1-7212
', >lIe quired for public officials foundation lap. who only call
For Erans Int.rth.m whole in your hoodlums, men
IHC ?" We cannot, for example themselves sportsmen This is Starke, Flu.- Open 9-8 1-6 Sun.
S.gl.r Heating manage just waterfowl infuriating to the preservationists -

3111 1-4. Main Colno.illo Air Conditn Equi Charley C. without managing Alligators incsnsly distastefulto Your
Frogs, Turtles Raccoons, real outdoocsmen, and Mobile Home
378-2954 T Boy Service Dept. Accetorie Supplies JOHNS AGENCY Otters, Vrhipporwills. Herons, perhaps pleasing only to the

Complete Camping Store Part and] Service Bitterns Water Turkeys. antigun activists. A tiny

Sales: Concord, Volunteer 131 So. Walnut St. Snakes and the thousand and minority degrades the imageof Shopping Center
other links in the wetlands but however
Sm. key, Midas, Adventure PJtcnt I44O7OExplor.r one the majority
Fan 4500 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville food chain. The balance has dramatic, their crimes do not
Wheels\ "Norris' Monitor, ,
r ,. been set by nature long before constitute a serious threat

Sport Coach 378-8902 '.. Altair- Arn Ar o Uonnzn UUIIZ"oml-! (:IIfk'Ilu-ILruco-

Be aWatt Watcher Ell1Iwnml- If sill'-tiheffit'hl; .


FABUGLAS GAINESVILLE I rI.--" JOHNSON MOTORS and watch what you save. New 1973 GRANVILLE 1971

: 1 f ... >""* 1 2x60. 2 BR Front Kitchen,

iik'JIC. t \ e .,- House typejWindowss; 12 X 60 Concord

1030 E University Avenue Double insulated roof 2 Br, Front Kitchen

Gainesville Florida ( carpet, beautiful/Modern/ Extra Clean-Home

decor in avocado
Phon! 378.1591 LYNN HAMILTON n. House TypeFurniture

Was Now
55 HP Johnson 14'i Fabu*las Trailer .. >$1495> '

120 IIP Mercury Cruiser 17' Larson Trailer $1795 : .. $5500 $499 $4495THIS

= 160 liP Mercury Cruiser 19' Larson Cruiser Tandem -....... -
Axle Trailer 34q5 ..

....."' .wetl'K." ;t.A For 10.000 S&H Green Stamps | And While Supply Lost|

FPL has put together a collection of Watt Watcher Purchase Of A Fr..

eayobl Marcliant N" 0 Hints. They'll\ teach you how to save lots of watts. Any New Mobil. Ham. Fisherman HandbookWith.Th

0 j0a Auto Solo Qa || And some money. Pick up your free hints at your
Goo6 4 tt # Prices Includes
e 'ter s"f.UflMT Our Delivery Within 100 Mi.
tt.(\ 1636 S. E. 3rd Ave. .0. appliance ealer's.OratanyFPLorrice.II. !
Cement Block. Installation Of
r ::1-" It's easy to be a Watt Watcher. sssp'er ," -=: 1cao.Tie Downs

Gainesville, Fla. And it pays. ......IIA_.... ....-.. 25 Ft. Of Water Hook-up it 20 Ft. Of Sewer Pipe

378-2459 et++iwavrna t Plus A Set Of Steps.Pegs .

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-----u---I h 1'\-JIm : Hampton Area NewsJ3y "" \ .. ... Community News

I1'i! :I1LL1Th! liLI'J' JZ4pN !) .. --II

Josephine Font
"SAVINGS & AND NEIGHBORS Saturday afternoon. ## ;4III\i"' \, fly Elizabeth Civemi: Walker

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rhoden A shower was held .
surprise service at 6
DELL CHAPTER 168 OES Evening p.m.
and family have purchasedand for Dianne Chastaln in Sta UNION MEETING
At this time an old fashioned
moved Into the late and Dell Chapter 168 Order of New Bethel Church
SERVICE" Frank rke,.July 20 and Dianne Gospel Sing will be held. All Baptist
Eastern Star will hold Its
Thomas home east of Ham- Wesley Davis were Married on and Ebenezer Baptist Church
choirs soloists of the community -
regular meeting Thursday
pton. July 23. The shower was) will be particaptng In a UnIon -
invited to attend.
night July 26 in the Masonic are
Miss DIanne Rhoden returned held at the home of Wesley'ssister. Hall on Brownlee Street. All The reported last Sunday Meeting held each fifth

Koch's home Saturday after a weeks GREETINGS members are asked to pleasebe termination of the annual Wo Sunday in Olustee. Rev. L.W.
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Hay- BIRTHDAY : present and on time. men's Day was very success- Thomas pastor. All membersand
Wed. Lieutenant Colonel Willie J. ful, both spiritually and fi- friends are invited to at-
ward Rowe and Oracle In Jack- Mrs. Peggy Rhoden ,
McFadden nancially.Mt. .
and family are visiting tend.
sonville. Upon her return July 25, on her 28th birth-
Mr. and Mrs. Harrington
home her sister Cindy accompanied day.Douglas Chandler parents of Mrs.- Mori ah and Pleasant Greater Allen Chapel AME
Starke Mrs. Rowe back to Glover who was 8yearsold Dampier Trains
Grove United Methodist chur-
McFadden. Church. Rev. B. C. Williams
Jacksonville for a week.svlsIt. July 21-
Lieutenant Colonel McFad- ches will observe EducationDay pastor. Sunday services will
Drug of
964-6757 Tim Haslett, Grandson Vaughan With Guard den has been transfered from Sunday with the different begin with Sunday School at
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph -
Ft. Bliss, El Paso, Texas commissions of the church 10 a.m. Morning service with
Master Wayne Kelly and Mark 14 old July 24.
years advisorto speaking on his or her dutyin
Rhoden In Texas where worked as the Senior and Junior Mis-
spent Wednesday night Scott Davis who celebratedwith
National Guard and reserve office. The services will sionaries in charge will be
Prescription Savings. ......... ... with Mr. Charles Cooper In. a back yard party Is at units to Patrick Air Force be held all day. Dinner will held at 11 a.m. The class
Starke. his home July 18. Scott Capt. William E. Dampier Base, where he will continuethe be served at 12:30.: Each family leaders are asked to please

For Young & Old. ...... Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vaughanand eleven boys years and old girls and had at his eleven office attached of the to 3d the Special personnell For-! same position. ket. Is asked to bring a bas make their reports to the

Mr. and Mrs. John R. party. ces Battalion Florida Army CHURCH NEWS secretary.
Haslett Jr. attended the JaI- National Guard, recently Underwent -
Bethlehem Free-
Lanvin Arpege Alal Fronton in Ocala last RECREATION: mountain training
will Baptist Church,Rev.Jasper -

Summer Savings ;:;11111m:11;; ; :;; 11m;H;;1m;;111j111111H;; ;; ;: !:;:;=;=;::1:! agers Attention, don't all forget Hampton the Teen-Teen- Texas.exercises Dampier Is In director Fort Bliss of the, weekly Williams services, pastor.are as follows The-

Emollient Bath Salts Dance to be held this : Monday night at 7:30:
age Bradford-Union Vocational-
Ushers Board No.2, and Choir
Hand Saturday evening at the Hampton Technical Training Center In Sqasbord1"ALL
Soap Reg. 5.00 OBITUARIESMrs. City Hall. Starke. 1 the No. Senior 3 meet.Choir Tuesday rehearsal.night !

After Bathmr The 3d special Forces Battalion Wednesday night Prayer
Lotion Now Only ..illmH1:1:1:1:1111:1:1m111111i111: :::::;; ::: ; ; 111;11111:11111; ;: ;=m11111111? SENIOR CITIZENS: underwent mountain and Meeting. Thursday night the
desert training north of Fort Ladies Circle meet. Friday
99 The regular meeting of the Bliss in the Oragrande area. night. the Prayer Band meet.
Senior Citizens of Hamptonwas
Vicie SappMrs. Maj. Gen. Henry W. Mc- Saturday dinners will be sold
July, some were ill. But Millan adjutant general of from the kitchen. Sunday is
Chantilly those that attended had a very the Florida National Guard.vialt.ed Education Day. Sunday Schoolat BANQUET FACILITIES
100 % Pure Vide N. Sapp 85, enjoyable evening. It was with his troops in
9:30: Morning service at
$5.00 Value widow of Jack Sapp, died In the regular birthday and anniversary the field during the mountain 11 a.m. Mrs. Elaine Lee will ** ** * * *
Vitamin E the Bradford County Hospital meeting and Mrs. .
training phase.Beulah
speak. Dinner will be servedat
| Hand & Body Friday morning. Nannie. Watterson was'oar COCKTAILSSummer
12:30.: League at 4 p.m.
Oil Mrs. Sapp was born In Bradford special birthday girl. There
Lotion County, May 5, 1888. She was a delicious cake decor- hours
was a member of the Union ated with roses and happy
| Save At 1'Oz.53.95 Primitive Baptist Church. birthday and punch and candy. Baptist 11AM-2:30PM & 4:30PM-8:30PM: Mon Sat
Survivors Include three sons Bingo was played and thedoor SERVICE MEN 11:30AM 8:30PM on SUNDAYI
$O.50 2oz$500Revlon Eldon Sapp Felix Sapp and prize went to Addle McCon- Revival Set
J.C. Sapp, all of Starke; 10 aghy. The next meeting will .
daughters: Mrs. P.D.Reddish be Aug. 3rd. Revival services will be held i EATURING EVERY WEEK-END
----I' HairSpray Mrs. Carlton Chasteen Mrs. each night July 30 through Edward A. Timmins Jr., son
I I Raleigh Conner, Mrs. Leroy CARD OF THANKS: Aug. 4 at the Beulah Baptist of retired U. S. Air Force Friday Alaskan King Crab Claws
Eye Norman, Mrs.William Tilley, Church located on highway 21. Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs.
Req. or MakeUpLiquid all of Starke; Mrs. Richard Mrs. Frances Wadsworthand Edward A.Timmlns, Keystone Saturday-Steak
"l Hard ToHold Ray of Paducah, Kentucky family wish to thank all Services will begin at 7:30: Heights Fla., has been commissioned -
Eyeliner Mrs. Morgan Heath and Mrs. their friends and neighborsfor p.m. The speaker will be Rev. a second lieutenantIn Sunday Turkey & Dressing
Cake Louise Sanderson both of Ft. the flowers and food and Ralph Eddins, pastor of the the U.S. Air Force upon
Eyeliner Lauderdale, Mrs.Dewey War- all other kindnesses during Black Pond Baptist Church. completion of the Air Force
Large2Forl Fine Line ren of Waycross, Ga. and the'Illness and passing away There will be special singing Reserve Officers Training
Eye Brow Mrs. Pete Reyes of Jacksonville of their brother. Shelly Mat- each night. Corps program at the Uni- e IEiIflluflIhaflI. ,i::
/ : 1 t oz. 33 grandchildren, 48greatgrandchlldren. chett. versity of Florida. {\ I 0-
Pencil and four Lieutenant Timmlns, who
Size greatgreatgrandchildren.Services The following groups will also received his bachelor'sdegree ec.oSweden II
: .J YourChoice participate: The Centerintals, &(' .
were Sunday July was named an AFR- 9? trOce /0/
22, In the Union Primitive Money must be more important Tuesday nIght The Black OTC distinguished military ,0
Baptist Church with Elders than happiness, otherwise Pond Choir, Wednesday night. gradaute and is eligible for House
88C Herman Moody, B.!!. Bawls, the government would The Corinthians, Friday night. Air Force regular officer status ?\ jj &o.o.1111111111 /
and Donald Hazen conducting. find some way to tax happi. Also the Weeks family will on the basis of his achiev- .... & .
Burial was In Crosby Lake ness. present a program. ment. lIe is a member of Phi .
125's2Ply Cemetery with DeWitt C. Delta Theta. 2400 S.W. 13th St. at Blv.. Garden I
Jones Funeral Home in chargeof The public is Invited to The lieutenant 1969 grad- 376-8257

arrangements. : :.:::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::::::. attend. (Rev. Luther McGee, uate of Bolles High School, Gainesville Flu.
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Kleenex : Pastor) Jacksonville, Fla.

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$109 Maggie Cason, 76, We should like to thank our
Starke, died in the Bradford many friends in Starke for 1I by MALDNE
County Hospital Friday even- your thoughts, prayers and :
ing following a long illness. donations of blood for our
Tops Mrs. Cason was born In son Michael. Thank you;
Bradford County October 8, we sincerely appreciate your
1896. Her husband was the thoughtfulness.
FoldingFountain late Osie C. Cason. She wasa '
member of the Pine Level The Lamar Shaw Family. $il177
Syringe Baptist Church. i .tch piece
Survivors Include three
It grandchildren and two-great- MADISON STREET Twin Mattress or full or box srze.spring
; w/Carrying Case grandchildren. BAPTIST
Funeral services were held
5 year Sunday at 4:30: p.m. In the OPPORTUNITIES FOR
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with SERVICE
j$1 GuarantvSave Rev. John Strickland conduc-
$1.00 ting. Interment was in Cros- Sunday July 29: ,.
by Lake Cemetery.
Visine Now'2.49Eye Sunday School 9:45 a.m.;
Morning Worship. 11:00: a.m.;
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Church Training, 6:15 p.m.; 2'I -
STARKE WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15p.m.: ; 0I
Evening Service, 7:30: p.m.
Drops Opportunities for Service -
Monday--Youth Choir, 7:00 -
Sunday--Sunday School,9:45 p.m. I :
1/20Z 99C Morning Worship at II o'clock .
sermon: "What's wrong with Tuesday--Bible Study 10:00 '
the Pharisee ?"; Church Tra- turn.Wednesday. INNERSPRINGor
NorwichSaccharin ining, 6:15; Evening Worship 4
7:30 sermon: "Paradise Re- --Prayer Meeting 6" FOAM RUBBER LIFE 1
gained" Mission Friends Bible Study, 0'; .
7:30: p.m.; Adult Choir, 8:30: :.
igr. 1000's WednesdayFamily Night p.m.
Supper, 6 o'clock; Hour of
$1 1 .value 50 Powders Power 6:30: ; Teachers and Thursday--Story Hour 9:00 I BEST OF TWO WORLDS
Officers meeting, 7:15ThursdayVisitation: a.m.; Youth Bible Study, 7:30

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[i'me New Child ,Labor Laws

n CUBB Sponsoring; NowWashbaskot Simplify Summer JobsSixteen

, By Joyce Champion birthday. No Job Is ne-
.: Work ProgramCUBB and -year-olds 16th cessary. The certificate is
looking for summer jobs this legal employ-
t Many clothing stain are valid for any
too stubborn to remove by year will find it easier under ment anywhere in the state.
Economic Agency Is filled in Clay and Bradford regular home laundering Florida's new child labor
sponsoring a Summer Neighborhood Counties. Youths in Clay methods. Following are waysto regulations.According. Minors under 16 years of
.?,) Youth Corps Pro- and Bradford counties should t combat tome of these special to the Child La- age are still required to ob-
gram, funded by the United still apply In the case that problems: bor Section of the Florida tain promise of a Job before
m, States Department of Labor. some participants may drop Mud Let mud dry and Department of CommerceFDC they' can receive an age cer-
t which began operation July out of the program. brush off as much as possible. ( ), recent action by the tificate.In .
17 In Clay ,Union, Baker and Applications! are availableat ., Launder in the hottest water State Board of Education allows -
safe for the fabric. If the
_ Bradford Counties. all CUBB Neighborhood s stain still remains it 16and 17-year-old minors addition to child labor
The NYC Program is a sum Service Centers. In Starke re with rubbing alcohol sponge then to obtain age certificates, regulations, the FDC admin-
mer employment program for the address Is the R J E launder again. permitting them to work,without isters two programs designed -
high school age low income Building, North Pine Street Paint Scrape off fresh the promise of a Job. to help youngsters find
youth.To and the telephone number is e paint then sponge the stained Once a minor receives a summer jobs. They are the
be eligible, the partIcipant 964-5689. For Clay County; fabric with turpentine or certificate from the local superintendent youth Employment Service
must meet income guidelines residents application are a- ) t paint thinner and launder. of public Instruction and Summer Jobs for Youth.
be at least 14 years vallate: In Green Cove Springsat .# Chewing Gum Rub the he or she may be em- Both are operated through the
of age, and be returning to the Neighborhood Facility; gum with ice and scrape it ployed by any employer in local offices of the Florida
public school at the end of Center, telephone 284-5131 and off when it hardens. Rub the occupations not prohibited by Employment Service.
the summer. In Orange Park at 440 McIntosh stained area with a stain removing Florida law. State
Employment for participants Avenue, telephone 496- 4 product like new Under the old regulations,
Borateem Plus, then launder.
obtain the such youth job positions
consists of a forty hour irF the minor had to Thirty
week for a total of six weeks. ;'r- ___ Rust Use a commercialrust promise of a Job, application will be available In
following pack.
7451.My remover
I Bradford County this summer.
Enrollees will work for non- Neighbors age direction explicitly ployer complete an
for an Information may be obtained -
profit agencies and organi- Candle Wax Scrape off form and then apply More
valid theEmploymentService
zations who will provide supervision the excess wax with a dull age certificate that was at
for the enrollees. ..xa i knife. Place the stained area only for the named employ- Office in the old Court-
Cubb Agency will have local __ between two blotters or several house on Mondays and Thurs-
program operational respon- thicknesses of paper er.Now the certificate may be days.
sibilities.The a \ towels or facial tissues and Issued to the minor on his
Lek press with a warm iron. Repeat .
has been start-
program Va d' '\ I the process, then wet -.
ed late this summer because the stained area and rub in
President Nixon did not release 4 ist the stain removing productand 'Reach Out
the funds until a few \ launder.
days ago. CUBB Agency has Coffee or Tea (without With Jesus'VACATION
received $42,900 for the operation ., '. milk or cream) Soak the
of the NYC Program. feMsX'j&x stained garment in cool water
There were 100 open slots t (: ,' i f' with V cup of the product BIBLE
when the program started with :' :::. / overnight if necessary.
Then rub the stained
25 slots for each of the four tx A '\'. with the stain remover area and
designated counties. launder. SCHOOL
to H.C. Farns-
[ worth executive director of "1 washed the windows Beauty Pageant Bound I
CUBB. the slots have been notice?"
Toni! WhItt files this weekend to try her luck in the Miss International Florida e e y30-iiug3

Pageant in Miami Beach. Congressman Sludgepump
l The Farm Front The Bradford beauty; will compete with 25 other girls for a trip to New Orleans rays{/ he has no committee 7'J() 1'.111. 9:00( 1'. I l.
next month for the Miss International USA Pageant. That winner goes on to JapanIn raising money for his re.elec
J October for the Miss International Universe Pageant, hon. There is, however, a
- Toni Is sponsored In Miami Beach by the Charley E. Johns Insurance Agency. small group endeavoring to Free Transportation Call 964.6490
"THE FARM FRONT" Weekly Column Entry Into the pageant was gained by her Azalea Queen title, being first runnerupIn finance his opponent' defeat.

I By Doyle Conner, CommissionerFor the Bradford Strawberry Queen contest, and first runner-up in the Newberry .t e Nisi Thru Adults
Ages! : >
use week of July 23, 1973 Watermelon Festival.Union.

* -
Special Guest Speaker

Scattered cases of a fatal which most likely is the cause Commissioner Repossessions ,

horse sleeping sickness, Eastern of the large number of cases. L.I1. Gannon :
The encephalitis virus attacks 502 N. W.
equine encephalitis: have been .
the the horse's brain and Health Dept. 13th St.
reported Questions Chalk Artist Gospel Magic :
Southeast this summer. Several causes inflammation and irritation 372-8492 I .

were reported recently in of the brain tissues. In the Dropping the attack on the -iCiC Call and Register Now . : .
Smith Georgia and we may first stage of the disease, the In a special session of the Both Mrs. Whitehead and department Commissioners 12x24" Wide -+K
horse becomes excitable and Union County Commissioners Howard said that Mrs. Mann Crews Gerald :
have some further incidence of Riherd, C, U. 2,3,4, B.R. I
restless. The infected horse supposedly called to approve attended to her duties "on a Griffis, and Felton Smith gave -iCiC -+t
Florida. I
the disease in level above and beyond the At Pine Level t
the application of anew Clerk Robert Driggersa
sweats heavily and runs a high County Small Transfer
has and that to their ti
Equine encephalitis trI-county health officer, call of duty"; unanimous affirmative In the K .
been reported also in Mississippi temperature. County Sanitarian Glen Howard knowledge no one had ever question of approval of Dr. Fee Assume i '
North and South Carolina, The disease has some similarities and Mrs.Mary Lou Whitehead called any member of the department Robert Gillespie as trl-county k
and Virginia as well as Florida to other equine dis- of the Union County Pub- and not received aid health officer for Bradford, (Payments Baptist Church
inJ Georgia. It is considered eases, and there is no clear cut lic Health Department found when It was needed. Clay and Union Counties. i I I'I :.
themselves defending an attack Union County will contri- :
blood test
first It takes a
,ihnormal to have so many cas- sign. by Chairman Paul Ri- 20 cent 5 *
bute approximately per L I ;:
e:,> break out over a short span to confirm it. herd on the department and the Not Just of the doctor's $30,000 per I Miles! West Of Stal.lit'!r .
ot time. When the sleeping sickness public health nurse for Union year salary based on a mill- :Mobile Homes
Equine encephalitis is a vines enters the second stage, the County, Mrs. Evelyn Mann, A Dream age rate In the county of .75 j II *, > I 100()() 961 -619' () .

r usually transmitted from horse becomes depressed, goes RN.Riherd first criticized the mills naval Dr. officer.Gillespie is a retired it *-

horse to horse by mosquitoes into a coma, then dies. department, saying that hewasn't Remember the song. "I'm A
or, other biting insects. Wild In order to protect the Florida sure what the health Dreamer; Aren't We All?" ,J-
low) also pick up the disease horse population, and to department did, but he felt It was popular a long time B8=:; ( s ;1ti; s j* 11.ti.s+ 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 c.::. 0 :-0--0----000.000.---' : s s s 11iN ; '-" :'-:

when bitten by an insect that save the many pleasure horsesin they had a poor public image. ago. A weekly paper for our CO ff.:
Riherd went on to say that residents has been a
Florida, I am horse area '
has bitten a sick horse. urging he thought the unit should dream, talked about on the *
There are three types of owners to be sure their horsesare show more Initiative in the streets and ir the stores, desired *
equine encephahtis-Eastem, vaccinated against all three community and that the department but never coming to a 00cF. COLD
Western and Venezuelan. The strains of the disease. wasn't aggressive reality. LiIiljillH'
last considered the worst Good vaccines are availableat enough. The Bradford County Tele- JJMEDAL .
is "I would suggest," Elherd graph hasn't been asleep. It "
type of the disease as it is almost veterinary offices and they said "that perhaps what you has known about this dreamout v': CO :
always fatal. should be used early in the need is some coverage In the time ana man power can't r-nsriSfiro '

The heavy spring rains are spring before mosquito season press. Isn't there something be spread thin like butter on
blamed tor a large mosquito sets in that you can tell people about:? bread. A quality paper or alPR ,
I am just not sure what the none at all has been the guide | |
population in the Southeast Public Health Departmentdoes. line of this establishment for p y .>,

Both." Howard and Mrs. almost a hundred years. Home /' 24 K( r(11 Quality | | LJ iI I *f } *; :.

Whitehead were quick to explain Several months ago Bob 00. fj "
that they could not advertise and John Miller took
Ferguson ;
Jt\t'1 1 \ 'I'Rough for indigent care and over the helm, so to speak, <00 CO
that there are many things of with Editor Gene Matthews 00> eoS .
a confidential nature. still at his desk to contribute,
Mrs. Whitehead told Rlherd counsel and assist the young ; More Value Less Money sco :
and the board, "We have been men. Bob and John are filled
fairly inactive since this January with enthusiasm and excite-
CypressFor due to the overload on ment. Who isn't when a new coco
our temporary director, but baby enters the family? coCO "
Dock & Fence Material anything of this nature must
be presented to the director. The Lake Region Monitoris
Rough ." NEW It needs attention.A 60x12 2Bedroom '
Rlherd then turned his com- CHAMPION s
ments toward Public Health
PineFor Nurse Evelyn Mann says sheet of paper without any Front Kitchen ; & ,,-

Barns & Farm Construction Nurse Evel;:-.. Mann, saying, printed matter on It is costly CO CO
"1 don't know why a public today, too costly to throw
health nurse should have" away. YOU wouldn't pollute % Like Striking Gold At : '.
unlisted number.
an phone and we do give a hoot should
Available In Inventory "If the board does not approve you throw the Monitor In the lj) 6Uxi2 Pre-owiieel ''w'-
of Mrs. Mann havingan
waste basket. We'd blow on a '
unlisted number, then it loud horn, loud and clear, if CO Bedroom 2 Bath COJ '
Reasonable Price should write the director of knew would hear. (A Homes From '
we you ,
Public Health" Mrs. White- town crier with a HORN?) J: Pre-owned /I Q Q C r :
head said. Lend me your earl! $
"I have to answer my phone W $4495 r/yO: $1995 Sco .
Crown Central even after my business Is Our community has changed
closed and I Just don't understand from a retirement village to coCO o'
why a nurse should a recreation haven for peopleIn lfJ'

Lumber 961749 have Rlherd an said.unlisted number," not all age time brackets.like the presentto ThereIs S2x12 2 Bedroom : "

Mrs. Whitehead replied to air viewpoints. YOURS. 1 LAMPLIGHTER I ,
Rlherd, "r believe in your
to Floridaby
301 S.Sttirke People are moving '
Ilwy business you are making the thousands and for a Your Choice of Floor plan I : ':
money for Paul Rlherd. little while we may be able co o
Mann Is a paid"employee of to preserve the natural stato co 01VILLAGER ''coi
the department. we find so lovely here. Key-
stone Heights could be advertised -

I World's I I Fastest, Most I Dangerous I I Game would Resort be Area as invaded.Nature's and then Recharge we Spare really us $3995SAVEMOREAT :i iCO i

from housing projects,please. CO

I <' and you can bet on Iff A newspaper to be good co co .
DAILY pm needs material.contributions. Reading I i iCO : ::

xccpt ai We have the equipment TO '.,'
r print. Send Words FOR print
Sundays Introduce yourself. Are you a CO '*-

i Matinees Mon.12 Noon, Wed.&Sat. .r rll MW hints traveled,resident up who your recently where?sleeve Any?from Have?household Have?company Careto you- : GOLD MEDAL MOBILE HOMES I ;i :::.

bare a recipe: ?
Air Conditioned-Theater Type Seutmg Snack Bars Beverages Gainesville. | .'''
Tclewagering at Your Seat Stale Law You must be 18 Send you copy, with your w Green Cove Springs JJ... :.
?345Gamesv name and address on it... 376-1452 ,
Ocala 591
Free Parking Reserv.itKIDS area. CO ,'.
>llu .in.i. 376 9044SR Typewritten double apace, is 4621 N.W.13th St. Hwy 17 North "
best, to Editor LINDA WHAR-

318 JUST EAST US 441 2 Ml EAST OF I 75 ALL SEATS 75$ to $1 50 TON Heights, P.O.Florida Box 1171 32656., Keystone _iL $ 55S 5 $ 5S $ S55 5 5 5 5 5 $ 55 $ 5 5 5 $ $ $ $ 55 55 5 5 $' t:


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BROOKER IN BRIEFBy ................................................,...... .... .. ...... ......... ...,.........................

CHURCH ACTIVITES .''h""" LAW T E Y guest Mrs.of Edith her Swinney soninlawdaughter wi

LINDA G. COX Faith Baptist ChurchRadio Mr. and Mrs.
Program over WPXE Starke ELIZABETH A. !North Saturdaj' to. M
Miscellaneous Shower Bride Elect; her mother 8 a.m. On Sundays. Bible BY TERRY day.
Mrs. Ernest Edwards; the School 10 a.m. Worship ser- Starling. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Beach
Miss Peggy Edwards. Bride groom-elect's mother, Mrs. vices 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Thursday by plane. and Mrs. Paul Lock and of Jacksonville, spent Sunday Mrs. Jack Kuhne I and
Elect of Walter Prevatt E.M. Prevatt Sr. the groom- Bible School on Bible Doc- Lamar Priest of Parslpp- family on Saturday evening. afternoon with their parents, and Mrs. Jim .Newsom, w
honored with a bridal was elect's grand-mother Mrs. trine Tuesday night at 8 p.m. any'N. J. drove through Ala- Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Swin- Mr. and !Mrs. J.F.Robertson. Monday overnight buestt
Monday night July 16 shower.at the J.G. Adkins. Pastor's home. Prayer meet- bama and visited Mr. and!Mrs. dell Jacksonville,were Sun- Mrs. Bennett Wilkinson Sr., Another visitor was Mrs. C. her daughter :Mrs. Nann;
Brooker Baptist fellowship Ing Wednesday 7:30 p.m.Bible Roger Akers, of Haleyville day guests of their son and Is pending sometime In Jacksonville K. Cowan of Jacksonville on Hughes and children of Gr
hall. The registration table Peggy and Walter received Study. for a few days. He arrived daughter in law, Mr. and with her soninlawand Saturday Cove Springs.
!Mrs. S. L, Swindell and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
was covered with lace adorned many beautiful gifts. Among home July 6 for a visit with sons.
with a yellow mum In a bud these was a stainless steel Grace United Methodist his parents, Mr. and !Mrs. !Mrs. Geneva Manning and Roger Edwards due to her
vase. A pink feather pen large mixer and bowls givento ChurchSunday School 9:45 Hubert Priest. On July their Charles, Jacksonville,were health. i-
was used to sign tile bride's her by the hostesses: a.m. Worship services 11 a.m. son-in-law and daughter, !Mr. guests of her brotherinlawand
book. Madge Hicks Murial Lee and 8 p.m. JVfi F Sunday night and Mrs. John Morris, also sister, Mr. and Mrs.Karl Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hoffman I
Kelley Theo Dyal Yvonne at 6:30: followed by Choir of Parsippany, arrived for Teston and family on Fri- and family, of !North:
Practice. their vacation. All of them day. Carolina were dinner guestsof
refreshment Emery Mamie
tattle was Stalnaker, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkinson NUGENT
covered In white linen. A Louise Wood, Juanita Adams, spent a week at Kingsley Lake.
floral Hazel Williams, Dolly Harrell United Methodist Women met Lamar and his mother left Jack Walnwrlght of Way- on Sunday Rev Hoffman
shades of gold and using and Sherry McDavid. at the home of !Mrs. Mamie July 14 and drove through to cross Ga., was a Saturday Is supplying for Rev. Black,
tered the green cen- Lou Edwards, of Starke, on Parslppany. Mr. and !Mrs. overnight guest of his mo- of Calvary Baptist Church
yellow tapers In while silver lighted candlesticks Tuesday morning. She served Morris stayed until the 16th ther, Mrs. Truby Wainwright. Starke while he is on vacation.Mr. G p fING ELECTRIC
BURN OUT Light refreshments, before with their dad.They flew home
flanked the Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boy-
arrange- the meeting. Mrs. Mae Wells that night and their mother and Mrs. Mark Olin,
ment. The crystal punchbowlwas ette, Jr., and family, visit-
We president, In charge. !Mrs. came home by plane on the ed their of Starke were dinner guestsof / P4IRiNG STERNS
encircled with fern and regret that the A.C. Kirkland parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lock RD. STARK
yellow mums. Iced cake squares family at New; River lost Walnwrlght gave the devo- 19th. 0. J. Boyette Sr., of Lake
family on Friday evening.
decorated with a yellow their mobile home, truck and tional, followed by the business City on Saturday.Mrs. r .
meeting. After George I Kelly, Donny and
flower were served all their possessions In a fire
to the 55 Dennis of Pete- DIAL
Taylor HOMes
!Mrs. Truby Wainwright led Tracy went on a cruise Sat-
present. Yellow and Sunday, July 15. The Kirklands' Daisy Boch and Mrs.
green the Bible Study In Romans. urday with his son, Davey, rsburg, was a Wednesday
have two 2 Lizzie visited her
wedding bell mints and nuts sons: ages Redding, his 964-8641
of brotherand
overnight guest (
were served from silver and 5. There were 10 present. on a Navy ship from May- sister, Mrs. Nellie; Wilkinson sister-in-law Mr. and i
The Sunday School had their port.
dishes. Wedding bells hung In North Florida Regional
Mrs. Gene Taylor.
at Intervals near the lace SYMPATHYOur annual picnic Thursday at Hospital, Gainesville on Sat- /USINtSSES
Strickland's Landing on Kin- Sheila Ellxson of Worthington -
covered gift tables. urday. Mrs. Wilkinson hopesto
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Craw-
gsley Lake. About 75 persons Springs attended services MOBILE HOME
heart-felt sympathy, come home In a few days.
ford and family, of White- JI T
love and extendedto participated. Picnic supper Sunday with Lynn and Mrs.
The hostesses presented the Major prayers HOY Carrpll are on the was served at 6:30: Weather Daisy Boch and was their Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hajesof house, were dinner guests of fAIONilS METER SERVICE
honored guests with a lovely was wonderful. Those attend- guest for the day. their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
loss of dinner
recent his mother. Hampton were guestsof .- OLD OR NEW
Leon Wilkerson, on ;Unday.To .
corsage. Receiving these cor- ing from out of town were!Mr. their parents, Mr. and Mrs
sages were: Peggy Edwards, Prayer list for the sick: and Mrs. Orville liaumgarner, Mr. and Mrs. James Anders Earl Teston and family, on
of Green Cove Springs, !Mrs. and children, and her Sunday.Mr. help celebrate the 34 th

!N.G. Hayes, Zulene Harrell, Louise Duck and Cindy, of mother Mrs. Kight, of Pa- wedding Anniversay of Mr.
The :Nations': homemakers Morris fiyal, Tom Rimes, A- Jacksonville, Mrs. Gordon latka, and Mrs. Pauline O'- and Mrs. O.J. BoyetteJr. and !Mrs Harry\ Wilkerson
Mr. and
need lu\v-cobt 1 iccipes. The manda Shaw, and Penny Ader- Peterson and Mrs. Bettle Toole, of Calif., were din- ., and family attended the James on Sunday Padgett were, of Jacksonville FriedricHIt's
cheapest are those cooked al holt. Tresca, of Keystone Heights. ner guests of their parentson 50th wedding anniversary, of Mr. and Mrs. Carl;Norman ; -
a icldlivcs home Highland Baptist Church- Tuesday evening. They Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Eden- and
and Mr. Mrs.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- came to help their parents, field of Lake Butler, on Marcus Griffis and girls. Mr.
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 celebrate their birthday anniversaries Sunday.Mr. put together better!
KEYSTONE MELROSE p.m. PrayerIeeting! Wed- which were on the and :Mrs. Eugene Taylor and
16th and 17th. Mrs. O'Toole girls, and Mrs. Darlene =Norman
nesday 7:30 followed by Choir and Mrs. James Faulk- -
Practice.The returned to California on ner and family of Ralford, and boys, and Nora Star- CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONINGLorreto
DIRECTORY church enjoyed a nsh fry were dinner guests of Mr. ling. .--- .
and camp fire services Friday
night at the church. Rev. Ray .-
FISHKRM \\'s SUPPLIES I IURDHARK\ HARDEN) Gosdln, Rev. Charles Pryor, r
of Jacksonville, and Rev.Lester -
SLIMS f/*- HARDWARE Austin, were present with
:: pW the pastor. Rev. Raymond

Fish -ITStuff ANDiARDEN Caudill. They had good fellowship You
aura around the table. Spaghetti re right

Live Bait A complete (Iin. of Hd....
C'iclr..Shinn..Wo''''. BENJAMIN MOORE

Minnows Plumbing t. Electrical Supp. & Meat Balls if think mostHeat
TACKLERODSREELSFISHING Ga-Ton. Fertilisers Elsie Norman and Mr. you
& HUNTING Insecticides and Mrs. Otis Tetstone and
LICENSES AMMUNITION Lumbvr & Building Materiel family, of Brooker, campedout And Serve

ICE Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From LightKeystone day on to Sampson Wednesday! Lake p.m.on Mon- 3.5lb.- supermarkets sell

K.y"on. Hjtt. 473-4357 Height 473-3663
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Garlits,
C \1) TH\ILEHS: TELEVISION All CO.NORobbie's : Angle and Berry, of Callahan, $1.39 U.S.D.A.Choice Beef.New
were guests of Mrs. 0 Mcula .
THEISES TV & and children on Thursday.

I .\tTLINCEQM Berry remained for a longer I
Camp _.. visit.
>*t> '

Trailer. Sales tU' Mrs. Horace Cox, of Waldo, I You-re wrong
"""v Low (.is ( .G.j TV STERO spent Wednesday with her Zealand

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"'11 Page 10 TELEGRAPH July 26, 1973 Tim Wahl Shoots 70 ;


Cunningham Gulf Loses Mims Overall Champ

r.4 In Final Game Of Seasonr .;

Tim Wahl of Gainesville shot
a two-under par 70 to win the
But Wins Second Half final tournament played on the
North Central Florlda-2l Club
Tour at the Starke Golf and
i Cunningham Gulf rolled to singled and the bases were Claude Hardee belted a Country Cluton Monday.
r an 11-1 record to win the home run for Cunningham'sin
$ second half of the Men's Slow loaded when Larry Mercer their half of the first putting Scott Foster of Green Cove
walked. Another walk drovein was four strokes back at 74
Softball the at 8-1.
Pitch League. score
one run. Jim Watts, Dav- and Bob Gates of Gainesville
S Baldwin handed Cunning id Bennett, and Harvey Smith In the second inning for placed third with a 75.
ham's their first defeat all singled to drive In 3 more Baldwin Bill Adams and Lar- In total point standings Britt -
Thursday, 14-7, as they bang- runs. Two more runs scored ry Mercer led off with a v r Mims of Gainesville won the
ed In 8 runs in the first when Charles Green doubled. pair of singles anc: scoredon k r iL Gt TK jdtt2iK&' scoring
Inning to take a commandIng Harvey Smith scored on a a single by Jim Watts a l\ ; -J i, HF y three tournament victoriesand f
lead. sacrifice fly and Green scor- and a sacrifice by David Ben- winding with a total
o Gene Melvin reached base ed the final run In the inn- nett. point amount up of 82. Scott
a on an error to start the InnIng Ing when Joey Bennett singled. Cunningham's came up with < roster was second with 79
for Baldwin. Bill Adams 5 runs in the third inningto points. After completion of
L cut Baldwin's lead by 4,
s play Tim Wahl and Bob Gates
f't 10 to 6. A pair of doublesby
I of Gainesville were tied for
t Terry and Claude Hardee in sudden
third Wahl won
and two singles by Billy Sanford .I 1 'T w AlI'
the third
death to take place
NO MATTER WHERE YOU LIVE! led their scoring.In w
-r title.
I iZ'\\ the fourth inning Bill l Kathy Upchurch of Palatka
,, Adams and Jim Watts scoredto r :..f psyt ,';,, shot a 109 to win the girl's
: ; "..V"t\ \\\\ boost Baldwin's lead to 12 t division. l Karin Moore of
Pick up your telephone and : '. the overall
to Keystone won
Florida Pest Control '>l' 6"I ; 1\\
call dS 6.Dwight
Elder for Cunning- championship with an 84 point
listed Yellow Pages. ;-" -b \.t:;:: t
in your
ham's scored one run in the total with I'pchurch one point
I Ask about our Monthly Home Ser -,") fifth inning but It wasn'tenough ; back with 83 points.
vice Plan that costs lust pennies H as Baldwin went on to In the 14-15 year old boys
:t day. No matter when v'HI I've' we -r FLORIDA score two more runs in the division Marty Kennett of ..
,, want you t business!' ., sixth inning to make the final Green Cove shot a 77 to ?,
y pEST score 147.Baldwin's edge Chuck Waters also of t j

f Free !inspections! = and estimates CONTROL record for the -.,.. ""'- Green Cove who was one '
shot back at 78. Matt Her
:;1 964-07-15 5391. Call; St. a- W
..;,.." Stark*' IMIMICA Leo (See Page 11)) 11 a, 4 r -.j res 80.of Starke placed third withan

1i 1 ___.___.- -- "J' Chuck Waters won the Tour
r. tt_ championship with 83 total I
1 ')tnts. Mart Kennett was

I I ((1'r) Billy Tuten, Polotka; Chuck Waters, Green Cove Springs; Britt Mims, Gainesville ; Steve Greek, one: point back with 82 points.
In third place was Matt Her

1 Keystone Heights res with 81 points.In .'

I the 12-13 year old boys
nine hole division B n ice Boe-
Bill Adams hm of Palatka and Russell
'Comcin & Lot I Greek of Keystone tied witha
: ; "'" 44. One stroke back at '
TURNOFF U"'firi: Wins 4th ....: -, """ ."r", c. .\. 45 was Keith Kirker of Green iiS
< Cove. Kirker and Boehm were !
, tied for the overall championship -

; I Club Title ,. -'Ji ill'f p-( rAt ... oo:...,..... ., ......... with at 82 the points completion each. of Kirker play i'l t

YOUR HOUSE Bill Adams won his fourth "t won In a playoff.
1r e Billy Tuten of Palatka shot
club championship Saturdayat ,
the Starke Golf and country .."" .,_ 1't 1\ _... f a 42 to win by six strokes s
@ I Club over Harold Seymour vE over Richard Gaines Starke
TURN ON 1-up after 36 holes. : In third place with a 50 was
Joey Herres of Starke.

i I If The final round was match ". ;;. ...Cj. "5' ...--- "" .. Tuten won the 10-11 year old
play, unlike the qualifjlng ;;?- )116-'" ,- r :: boys division championshipwith 1
i f( TO RVcationing J h r "" .... /: r
rounds which were medal .J .."..'., ... f1t;17\ ;..' a total of 84 points.
with Adams barely beat- "
: ?g ttj play, \ .. : Scott Roberts of Starke was .
ing Seymour by one holo. :R1rr. .. J .\"' i \t.- second with 80 points and ,
I IN A The champIonship! had been : ; ,\ 1A 1 I Richard Galnes beat Joey
postponed twice because A- Her res in a playoff for the s-
t dams had been competing in lt AFjh f third place title. Both boys
the U.S. Amatuer Public Links <. I c were tied with 78 points after -
I TRAVEL TRAILER Champlonshp in Flander, New; <._ for finishing play.

I Jersey when the final round Kneeling ((1-r): Ricky Edmondson Randy Edmondsort Mike Jackson, Dinky Kilby, Brian Thomas of Starke shota
of the club championship was 16 for three holes to win
After Danny Hildebran Roger Mitzel and Leonard Johnson.
to have been played. the 9-under :boys 31 oup. Two
I returning from Flander A- Standing: Billy Lundy, Bruce Wolfred, Marcus Cruze, Kevin Neel, Jeffry Norman strokes back with an 18 was
TRUCK CAMPER dams agreed with Seymour Johnny Miller of Starke and
Laurence Patrick, Kevin Miller Jerry Blalock.
,' to put off the match for a few Steve Greek of Keystone took
more days so he would be well third place: with a 19. e
rested to play in the champ Thonias. and Greek were tied b

CAMPING TRAILER cJJJI; ? ionship. Bantam All-Stars Lose 3-2 for the total point lead with #
Adams qualified for the 83 points. In the piaj'off Greek ,-
finals by defeating CljdeTer-
defeated Thomas one up after -
willegar on June 30. Seymourhad TIle Starke All Star Bantam In the fifth Inning Starke Meadowbrook Wednesday eve- one hole.
gained his berth in the League team lostaclosegameto rallied to load the bases but fling to play the Bel Med National ; The awards were
OR MOTOR HOME finals on June 27 by beating the Bel Med American All couldn't knock any runs in All Stars in the double u> the winners 2t a presented luncheon
Tom Anderson. Star team 3-2 Monday nightin and the score stood at 3-2. elimination tourney. Game after play
the Dixie Youth Sub-Dis- Starke will travel back to time will be 6 p.m.
trict Tourney played In Mea-
e e e dowbrook just north of
Carefree Camper In Cooperation With College Interns are spending Orange Park.
/ the summer In Washington Bel Med took the lead 3- e, -k I
RECREATIONAL VEHICLE INSTITUTE to find out how the gnvernment 0 on unearned runs scoredon ;
!= works If they find errors in the second Inn- r
) out we trust llicy'U let us

i' Carefree Campers know. ing.In the fourth inning Starke

I e e e came to bat and scored two
e runs to close the to d
Phone ((904)) J76-0691) 2920 N.E. Waldo Rd. I EXCELLENT, efficient, economical 3-2. Jeff Norman; hit a double RNA Eti, Vin. R I r r ff.:

: ((904)) 372-0784 Gainesville Flo. 32601 I ttlue Lustre carpet and then Dinky Kilby cameto j ,
cleaner. Rent electric sham- the plate and belted a home

..1 pooer $1. Uevrick Inc., 301 run to score the runs.
< I E. Call St.. 9 4-6163. Starke's defense held tight ffRM4
'" ----------- but the offense couldn't gen- 1 AMA i Mq t f'
erate any more runs.

,. Norman'sWins : '
ti. :
F 'V
TitleNorman's 1 FARN r

Florida National Banks Farm, winner of fry I m ,tl :es +
the Women's Softball Leaguesix f
out of seven times added Irl

their seventh title in eight .
years of regular season play

have with a 14-3 record. r t A.! -. ..
a lightonailkindsof
green Norman's last big win came Front row ((1-r): Vorice Patrick, Gloria Crews, Sandra Register, Dottie Kelly.
July 12, when they downed
arch rival Blalock's 12-7. Middle row: Barbara Hollingsworth, Gail Branson Kathy Whitehead, Carolyn

,, 'It Norman's started the scoring Redding, Cookie Mundorff.

in the bottom of the first Standing: Coach Sidney Jackson, Judy Broughton, Kelly Richards, Linda Cub-
k'l inning as Sandra Norman led
IjJ': off with a single, the next hedge_ Brenda Thomas, Sandra Harmon, Not Pictured: Barbara Brown, Sharon

\ 1 two batters were out on fly noweu.
;:"': \\, balls, and then Carolyn Red Inning scoring five runs on ble Bobo's single. Pam :Macy Norman's: last game of the
I lend. .. ding drove Norman home on four hits and one error. reached first on an error, season was their most over-
to an error by the center fielder Blalock's was scoreless In Sissy Long singled scoring whelming as they met !Mit
money' as Redding went to th1rBlalock's the top of the fourth, but Nor; Bobo. Judy Young got on with chell ]Drugs, July 16, and
I'1 man's broke their back in the a fielder's choice but Macy promptly scored 30 runs inMite
; tied the
t, score In
bottom of the inning as they was forced at third for the the I
the top of the second as Pam faileditosscoreInin
scored six runs on six hits, first out. Terri Woods then 1
Woods reached first on a sin-
including a three-run home flew outt to centerfield for the bottom of the Inning and
advanced to second on
Debbie Bobo's ground out to run by Carolyn Redding anda the second out and Judy Youngwas the game was over. Norman's
triple by Kathy Whitehead, forced out at second on rapped out 26 base hits In
; FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE the pitcher. Pam Macy then
to increase their lead to 12- Cheryl Jackson's fielder's the win with Sandra Norman;
scored Woods with a base hit
Jefferson, at Clark Street Telephone; 9647050 5.Blalock's choice to end the inning. Both going four for four Carolyn
to tie the score I1.Norman's. ended the scoring teams "IS scoreless in the Redding Kathy Whitehead,
in the top of the sixthas sevent and Norman's had Dottie Kelley, Gloria Crews
came Pam Woods led off with won tt ; 13th game of the and Gall Branson had three
c back in the bottom of the a double, and scored on Deb- season. hits each.

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26, 1973 TELEGRAPH Mage 1


Cunningham Junior Baseballe

(From Page 10)) ,
second half of league play is scored two runs to make the
7-4, three games behind Cun score 4.2.Lawtey End Summer Pla>
ningham's. Cunningham's fin fought back with one
ashes their half of the season run In their half of the thirdto
with a 10-1 record.CUNNINGHAM'S come within one run. Green Cove Springs wrappedup The varsity team didn't have
In the top of the fourth Starke's 13-14 year base- enough interest to keep their
Cunningham's scored four ball with a 6-3 defeat Friday, team going this summer like
LAWTEY 13 runs with four base hits In July 20, in Green Cove the Junior League, so Bradford -
4Cunningham's a row Including a double by sl t I CRMIMYMIMI I High coaches will con-
whipped Law- Terry Hardee. Ken Carlton ; Starke ended a losing Junior centrate next spring on using
tey 13-4 Monday night In a then slammed a home run to baseball season at 2-7. young players to develop a
game that had been rained baseball team. That policy
make the score 8-3.
out earlier In the season. In the fifth inning both teams .. The policy for varsity base- means no senior will be kepton
Terry liar dee led off the scored one run apiece and A ball is to keep young players. the team unless he is a
first inning with a single, the sixth Inning was score- Juniors or seniors won't be starter or fighting for a starting
Kenneth Carlton also singledand less. kept unless starting fighting position, according to
both men scored on two' Billy Sanford and Wayne : for position. coach Harry Hatcher.
sacrifice flys by Claude Har- Harper belted home runs In kVV'
; --- ------- ---
dee and Billy Sanford. -- -- ---------- ------ -
the seventh and two men
Lawtey tied the
score at
reached on errors to end the 1
22In the bottom of the first game at 134.BALDWIN k TIRED OFWORKING
on a pair of singles by Steve
Cox and Lloyd Gilpin, a walk 9
and !an error.In FIRST BAPTIST 5 FOR
the top of Jie third three

singles by Terry Hardee, Ken In a game to determine the
Carlton, and Fred Wheeler,
In the second half SOMEONE ELSE ?
an error and a fielders choice runnerup
of league play Baldwin defeat-
i ed First Baptist 9-5 Monday T. 1))

night.In --- -. r
301DRIVEIN Baldwin's half of the
first Inning Joey Bennett and Red's Kneeling ((1.r): Larry Saucer, Greg Chambers' Steve Little, Jay Brooker: Standing (1.ri( )' Kenny Ethridge,

Gene Melvin led off with a Don Gissy. Athletics Kneeling ((1-r): Jason Bennett, John. Francis, Bart Le.:Standing: John Bennett, BiHJSanders\ ,
Bill Adams
pair of singles.
slammed a double, scoring Wesley Boyce, John Brown. Standing In Middle Coach Wayne McLeod

Bennett. Melvin and Adams SUNOCO
scored on a single by Larry
Show Begins_At Sundow!t- O.Mercer making the score 3- Outing To End Pratt Street ProgramThe

Fri. Sat. Jim Watts led off the sec-
ond Inning for Baldwin witha Pratt Street Summer cored by the Starke Recrea- Its' five week session Friday, the winners of the special
single. Joey Bennett con- Recreation Program, spontion Department will conclude July 27, with an outing to events.
1 ALBERIO GRMAL01 vruaucNOllR nected on a double and both Camp Blanding for an afternoon Four Softball teams were
of swimming and fun for organized by Coach Wayne
men scored on a single by START YOUR OWN
Gene Melvin running the score Starke KH Bantams the children who participated McLeod. Each team had an
up to 5-0. lathe_ program. average of eight boys. The BUSINESS WITH A
floios First Baptist, scored two The daily sessions began at Cubs and Athletics lead the
runs In the third Inning on Split Doubleheader 9 a.m. with Softball a morn- Small Fry League with identical
two singles by Wilbur Wa- Ing event. Other sports par- records of 3-2. The SUNOCO FRANCHISEFor
ters and Danny McKinney and ticipated in by the 35 youngs- Braves and Reds are tied for
SABATA three errors committed by "The Starke All Star Ban- Hagglund, an error by the ters were archery, air rifle second place with 2-3 rec-
Baldwin, closing. the score to tam League team played a left fielder and an Interfer- and kickball. According to ords. Information Call :
52. doubleheader Friday night ence call.KEYSTONE. Rick Ezzell, the program director There are three more
Baldwin added one more run against the Keystone HeightsAll tournaments were games to be played next week Mike Capezzera ((904)) 353.0941
R COLOR United Artists to their lead In their half Stars. 7 held dally and Friday's were and the season will end next
.", : of the third when Larry Mer- Starke won the first game ST ARKE 4 special days with treats from Friday night with an all-star Evening : ((904)) 378.0108
cer doubled and scored on and Keystone took the second Knocking in all 7 runs In the Dairy Queen awarded to game.
T H E A T R [ two forced outs. game. a te fifth inning Keystone
In the top of the sixth First whipped Starke 7-4 Friday
Baptist, scored three runs to STARKE 5KEYSTOJl.'E night in the second half of II
PLUS bring the score to 6-5. 4 a double-header.
Baldwin added Icing to the In the first game Friday Starke started the scoringin
"fist Full Of Dollars'1 cake In the bottom of the night the"Starke All StarBan- the bottom of the first QUALLSMobile
With sixth with four singles by tam League Baseball Team when Danny 1 Illdebr an singled,
Larry Mercer, Johnny Powell (Dixie Youth Baseball) beat stole second and third and I'V
Clint Eastwood Ed Douglas, and Jim Wattsto the Keystone All Star Team scored when Kevin Miller was
score 3 more runs makingthe 5-4 in Starke. thrown out at first.
KILLERS AND THIEVES! IF THEY LIVE final score 95. Starke started the scor- Keystone came to life in the HomesInc.
THEY'LL END UP AS HEROES! Baldwin's win gives It second ing In the bttom half of the fifth when seven runs scoredon
place In the league stand- second inning when Dinky KI1- a pair of singles by Eddie
Ings for the second half of by reached base on an error, Dyal and Clay Cole,four walks
the season with a 7-4 record Kevin Miller doubled and both and an error by the second .
1 trailing Cunningham's with a boys scored when Roger Mit- baseman.In .
1 11-1 record. In third place Is zell doubled Jerry Blalock the bottom of the fifth, hwy. 100 2l\lilcs'Vcst
First Baptist, with a 7-4 re- singled and Chub Johnson sacrificed Starke scored three runs on
cord. Lawtey Is fourth place at first. three singles by Danny Hil- A 1'h. 473-2120 Of Hts.
with a 4-8 record and Hamp- Carl Hagglund scored one debran, Jeff Norman and Kevin Keystone
.they'll do!anything to live! ton trails the league with an run for Keystone in their half Miller and two walks but (

Sun. llon., Tues. LAWTEY 5HAMPTON 21.In the bottom half of the the win.Members .of the Starke All Quality Is TheDfferenc
4 third Starke knocked In three Star team are Terry Blalock,
PLUS Lawtey scored the winningrun runs on a pair of singlesby Leonard Johnson, Bruce \\'ol- 4 t (
In extra Innings when Steve Dinky Kilby and Jeff Nor- fred, Billy Lundy, Dinky Kll tt
"Fox? Style" Cox singled and was drivenin man and a home run by Kevin by, Kevin Miller,Jeffrey Nor- 4
on a single by Lloyd ,Gil- Miller to make the score man, Lawrence Patrick, Mike / ei
pin to nip Hampton 5-4 Thurs- 51. Jackson, Roger Mitzel, Kevin
A rally In the fourth Inn- Neel, Danny Hildebran. Ricky i
FLORIDATHEATRE day.Lawtey started the scor- ing by Keystone came up one Edmondsor, and Marcus
ing in the second inning when run short as they scored three Cruce.
Skippy Crawford singled and runs on three singles by Eddie Keystone's All Star team 12x64 3 Bd. RIll.
Dyal, Scott Pappas, and Carl consists of Dale Foster, Carl

.... ..........,.......... ............................ Hagglund Dyal,, Tommy David Hurner Martin,,Clay Eddie Spanish Red i

7:00 Cole, Tom Tyre, Dennis lIen- i
Showtime-Weekdays :
JacksonvilleDirectory scored on an error by the
kle, Richard Baker, Scott
Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:0 third baseman.In third Payne, Howard Wagner and $6,395 1l ti
the top of the Bob Watson.
Hampton scored one run to
1-1 when -------------- ------ -- -------- -- -
Fri. Sat. tie the score at ---
Bobby Autrey singled and
scored on a single by David

Lawtey took the lead againin ACE
Parruh Motor their half of the third,
3-2, when M, Brown reachedon 473-4006
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an error, Larry Brown Inc
IIAI.ES singled. Both men were driv-
eaavtCE VOLVO en in on a pair of singlesby
People need it... PAaTsAl. Steve Cox and Lloyd Gll

in the year 2022. Fla.
..r. Hoed .'..d Can pin.In the top of the fourth Keystone Hgts.,
ttl Lair SI. Pb. VS/S< Hampton grabbed the lead, 4-
METROCOLORPANAVISION 0 3 when Joe McClellan reached .
IPGI '* MuM PIANOS on a fielder's choice and + CARPETSALE
Richard Johns walked. Two
YAMAHA 1'\:''Ii OS singles by Ronald Burt and
Fri. Sat. ('O.%:''II and KIMHAM: Bobby Autrey drove McClel- e
OHO AN'*; land and Johns In.
Brian Johns tied the score
for Lawtey in the bottom of
the fifth at 4-4 when he slam-
med a home run. < (In Parking lot)
The game winning run for
Lawtey came in the 8th Inn .
ing when Larry Gilpil droveIn Sat Only
Steve Cox with a single.
1U'limm"' Lawtey's record at the end
1\lIIAI,1." : iflt
UKUANX= of the second half of league July 28 1973
SKVUKKED Roosevelt Moll J88-8519 play is 47. Hampton Is at ,
2929 N. W. 13th Cometvllle the bottom of the standingswith
a 0-11 record.

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Florida Nou II us Tougher Ness Lass On Pornography .. I :\ "\ I I'f" DOME NOTES

Tough new laws are on the ing social value; and If, In General as chief enforcer and From Your Extension Home '
substantially / / I .
addition It
books now to help protectthe goes rulemaker.The x
public against hard core beyond customary limits new law means that ,; /'" ,- : Economics Agent ..
pornography and unfair trade of candor In describing or "N '
won't haveto
the Legislature
practices. representing such firstdegreemisdemeanor matters.It pass bills on specific con- t "a'r" BY KATHY BROWN :
a -
General Robert provides
Attorney sumer problems such as auto
Shevln promised vigorous enforcement penalty of one repair abuses and questionable -
In or $1,000 fine ,II
of both new laws, year prison dance stu-
of for retail selling of socalled practices by .; ,i BE CREATIVE -- SEW
passed In the final days dios. Under Its terms, the
the 1973 Legislative session. "smut" magazines, or Attorney General and local
Sponsors predicted that the showing "stag" movies In state attorneys can enforce Sewing Is one of the most go-everywhere dresses The
anti-smut bill will close down public theatres. A second offense "cease and desist" orders, creative things a person can long dress Is still good for

every trIple-X rated movie would be a third-de-five Injunction suits, and damage do. Today, a woman can make evening entertaining and pool-
house and "adult" book storeIn gree felony punishable by suits for Injured consumers. her own clothes with patternsby side parties, but the biggest

Florida within a year. years In prison and a $5,000 Insurance companies, .... famous designers, she can evening news is the caftan.

The new antipornographylaw fine.It .is patterned after t orgia's banks, savings and loan association F v make men's clothing, and It Is so easy to make, any
which was effective Immediately law which has been upheld and public utilities, things for the children as well. lady can have one in a few

returns to the by the l'. S. Supreme already regulated by state a- And she can decorate her home hours. And what a sensationshe

books a statute outlawing making the wholesaling gencies are exempt from the by making bedspreads, cur- will cause.
hard-core pornography', replacing Court material a tains, table cloths, throw pillows Tired of sewing clothes?

one that was declared felony of for obscene a first offense. law.Another Important bill sign- _! Lb u and even furniture.It's Then switch to home furn

unconstitutional by the l'S. 80 cent of obscene ed by the Governor provides I kt'r ishings. Bedspreads, dra-
Court. The new law About per ( all made a little bit
Supreme material sold in Florida Is equal employment opportunity Ij peries, shower curtains and
Is based on a Georgia stat- easier for her with the new-
In by" out-of-state for the blind, visually handicapped tablecloths usually don't even -
ute that has stood the test wholesalers.The shipped and physically dis- tkt est pattern additions and with require a pattern. But
of the Supreme Court. abled In agencies supportedby 1"W the modern fabrics that are now there are patterns for
The .bill defines obscenity' unfair trade practices public funds. It providesthat flexible enough to go Into either these Items, as for slip covers

as any material that "con- bill, also signed b>" the no employer shall refuse fashions or furnishings, or and even furniture. And all
sidered as a whole applying Governor, but not effective to hire such person unless both. The durability and easy these things can be made from
community! standards, Its pre- until October I 1. picks up rules It Is shown that the disability care of today's fabrics lend the same fabrics you've been
dominant appeal Is to prurient and that the Fed- prevents the satisfactory themselves to a host of other wearing. It Just takes a little
Interest that Is, a precedents of the work The Ice Man Cometh projects.One .
; InterestIn eral Trade Commission(FTC) performance sewing time, a little talent and a
shameful nr morbid has established In Interstate Involved. Effective date Is October sewing machine.
nudity! sex, or excretion 1. of the biggest challengesto
with the Attorney
commerce, No Mo
and utterly without redeem- re any seamstress is making Also I want to give you a
men's clothes. It's an espec- couple tips this week on food

ially exciting area becauseit's buying. Use a tender touch
Who remembers the days graphy firm of Hoover Bro- of the small pieces that always such a great way to show a when you select fresh fruits

ebiTORiA1STinle when "the ice plant" was an thers. Other men are un- fell off as the block man you appreciate him. Beginning will- and vegetables. Fresh produce -

important part of community identified. was chipped. seamstresses should be handled care-
Time was when the "Ice have no trouble making him a
life, especially in the era before fully. Bruising and damage
electric refrigerators wagon" was a familiar sight The last owner of the ice bathrobe. Advanced seams- caused by careless consumer
became a fixture in almost going from house to houseIn plant was Sen. Charley E. tresses can try a blazer or handling cause losses that are

every home. Starke to supply the daily Johns, but in later years the a suit paid for by the consumer in
Rule Out ExtortionIn of Ice For her own spring sewing,
to needs. Huge cakes ice made there was used only the long run.
were carried In back of the today's woman will choose
Pictured above is the way for commercial purposes,
the Starke ice plant--now per- wagon and the ice man would mainly to "ice down" refrigerator ready-to-wearlooks and translate When temperatures and tempers -

Presidential Campaigns manently closed--looked in its chip off the amount neededby trucks of vegetablesand them Into something spe soar, cool It up with a

heyday, half a century ago. each housewife, who usually strawberries. with the cial. Prints will be bright scoop of Ice cream nestledin
At left, in white shirt is posted a card on the decline in farming, even this and fun. Pastels and off white a cantaloupe half. Cant-
\\111 Wall, who owned and porch indicating the numberof use fell Into decline, and the shades will continue strong, as aloupes should be In good
pounds desired.A finally closed. The will plaids. Fabric texture is June
operated the plant for many plant was supply from through
It nothing else good comes being placed In such a pos- "ears. At right is Frank favorite amusement of once familiar rumble of its Important In both men's andwomen's September. Ripe melons will

of Watergate it can hardly ition by a representative of hoover, one of the partnersin the small fry 'was following machinery no longer keeps wear. Lightweightgauze yield slightly to pressure at
the President. the well known photo- the ice wagon to get some the neighbors awake.FORESTRY. effects and seersuckerswill the blossom end (opposite the
fail to serve a worthwhile pur- reign in newness.
stem end). The rind will be
pose by bringing about some There is no way of knowing yellowish with a thick distin-

needed reforms in our elect- how many other corporations Everyone will be wearing ctive garytsh netting over
ion process. received this strong arm ':::::::' ': : : : :::::;:;:;:;:; NEW -- ----- pants In the family. However, most of the surface. Look

the American treatment and yielded "In fear BOOKSAT the dress Is headed for a big for a cantaloupe that is heavyin
Surely people
i comeback and women will be relation to its size. This
cannot and will not count- of what would happen If It | Talking f fI sewing simple easy-to-wear indicates
enance another Presidential were not given. Certainly (: THE LIBRARY IN BRADFORD COUNTY

election where fantastic sums there were many more unwilling I About I::
fearful contrIbutors ;k kThings
but -
of money are extorted from ::: : ADULT FICTION

big corporations by means to the $50 million- 1 j |1 A Malgret Trio (Slmenon); t By JohnO'Meara

that can only be described as plus Nixon campaign fund. Foreign Devils (Faust); The

polite blackmail, and then Special Watergate prosecutor Gaudy Place (Chappell)>;; The Letters to BLS Mitt.
Archibald Cox and his staff By George Huggins First Mrs. Winston (Foley); ea -
spent with little or no controlon The Theft of the Magna Car-

illegal activities such as are digging deeply Into this ta (Creasey>; A Simple Act

bugging, burglary, perjury, shameful practice, and already As I sit down to begin writ- Of Kindness (Estes). Forever From July 1 until October the Editor.

forged campaign material, and have an Imposing list Ing this, I have Just about Panting (De Vries>) The 1 each year, the Division of .

dirty tricks in general.In of the companies Involved.In finished cooling. off from pick- Last Of The Southren Girls Forestry accepts orders for
the hoped for revision of ing a hamper of zipper cream (:Morrlsj. Loophole, Or How seedlings for sale at cost
of Gen-
spite ex-Attorney
peas. To Rob A Bank (Pollock); from state nurseries.
erl John Mitchell's belief that campaign laws to eliminate In case some of you do not Here Lies Our Sovereign Lord

the end justifies even these such extortion by our Pres- know the size of a hamper of (Plaldy); The Great American Editor,

illegal means, we dc. not believe idential campaigns, there Is a peas, the way I packed themIt Novel (Roth> Breakfast Of Twenty eight species ana The Bradford County and many, many more. ask
I how
ask can
the nation has fallen to need for Congress to make It would be very close to 35 Champions, Or Good-bye Blue varieties of trees are cult- Telegraph anyone
for government con-
pounds. Monday (Vonnegut) The Flo- ivated in Florida's three nur- any more
like ; Starke Florida 32091
for companies ,
impossible ?
such low moral trols and take-over
a plane as rentine (Shulman); The Ghost series, Andrews near Chief-
to accept his reasoning. It American Airlines to be placed Zipper cream bushes do not lowers (Summerton); Thief land, Munson near Milton and Dear Mr. Editor: Doll' M. Champion

is particularly distressingwhen under this kind of pressureand grow up as tall as blackeyesor Hunt (Turner)); Hanged ForA Herren near Punta Gorda. It is beyond me, to fully

expressed by the man also, to make it imposs- some other varieties. So, Sheep (Gatenby); Ransom Each nursery only stocks species understand how you can jus-

who once held the position of ible for corporations to "buy picking them will hurt the (Cleary). Girl Of the Golden which are suited to its tify letting the government CONFLICT OF INTEREST
muscles In your back. Mine West (Shedon) Falling area and climate.
off" government regulationwith ; control (or take over anything -
"the highest law enforcement are pretty good for that first (Schaeffer) Alice And Me
let alone trying to LETTER TO THE EDITOR:
officer In the land." political contributions, as hamper. I dId decide to wait (Judson) Redman In White "solve" the gasoline short- The Secretary of the Brad-

Just how low the political the dairymen did in 1971 and till next morning for the second Moccasins (V'ernam) There Seedling brochures and order age as you suggest in your ford County Chamber of Com-

level has reached was expressed 72.The hamper. Will Be A Short Interval blanks are available at Editorial of July II, 1973. merce Is now "associated"with
by George A. Spaterof best way for Congressto (Jameson); Remember Me To the Starke County Forester'sOffice a prominent local Real-
accomplish this purpose is Mr. Clyde Hall, who lives Marcie (Yoseloff); Alone A- In the county agricul- There are more good rea- tor, and this "set-up" Is advertised -
American Airlines (
one of and farms, out in the Ther- The Mountain (Sandmel) ture building on US-301 north.
top ; pointing to the govern- In the last two issues -
the politically extorted cor- to provide equal means of essa Community has had a Alas Poor Father! (Putnam), While the seedling brochure ment sons being the reasons( ) for of The Bradford County

porations) when he said that Federal financing for Federal mighty good patch of zipper A Grave Affair(Smith);Blame lists subtropical varieties, the problems and shortages.Let Telegraph!

"a large part of the money elections, by providing a com- cream peas. I never have The Dead (Lyall>t The Last such trees are only recom-the us take a look at the
known the exact mark Dunmore mended for areas below
raised from the business com- bination of Covernmentmoney Hill ( ; Janus other side. Frank N. Ikard, Our Chamber
individual between a patch and a field. (James). Lakeland to Tampa line. neighboring
munity for political purposesis and strictly limited His near five acre patch pro- President of the American of Commerce, only 30 miles

given in fear of what would contributions, used only for bably could be called a field. ADULT NON-FICTION Petroleum Institute says, away, doesn't know the name
As in past standard "The real causes of shor-
happen if it were not given." reasonable spending needs. One thing for sure, it has Understanding Your Child varieties years are offered. factors outside gas the of even one person in our
pine are
Here is the position Mr. Whether or not such epis- passed the garden size. From Birth To Three This Includes North Florida tages Industry." And then goes on local Chamber (Let's insteadof get out
and get acquainted,
Spater and his firm were in odes as the American Air- Mr. Hall is getting readyto (Church); The Origins Of Life Slash Pine, Sand Pine, lob- to list several: staying so close to home),
) Contem-
lines deal have been carriedon (Ponnamperuma ; lolly Pine and Longleaf Pine,
last year when Presidentialaide plant another good patch Decoupage (Newman); but their manager agrees this
Herbert Kalmbach "put in previous Presidential for this fall. I believe he porary Rug Weaving For Beginners available at $7 per thousand High 0) A court decision against situation is a NO-NO, AND

the bite" on American Air- campaigns is beside the point., plans to plant a few knownas (Seagroatt), The Wines Of A- plus Gum shipping Yield Slash costs.Pine and constructing the proposed UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCESWOULD
Tom Wicker declares acre peas also becauseso To Do Alaska oil pipeline; (2)) the IT BE TOLERATEDBY
lines for a cool $100,000 for As columnist merica (Adams); What Improved Slash Pine are being
people have been suspension of 35 drilling leas -
"The American Air- many About Bites And Stings Of
the Nixon at cost of $10 per
re-election offered a
fund. asking about them: Well, you Venomous Animals (Arnold)?; Slash es In the SantaBarbara Calif. Another Chamber has
Corporate political contribu- lines episode rebukes those might, want to remember that Those Swiss Money Men(VIc- thousand. Improved cent channel; (3)) the ADDITIONAL the same opinion.
about 15
tions are illegal, under both who have persisted in pic- there may be some more peas ker>, A History Of Amen Pine grows than normal per Slash 12.5 million gallons of gas per

the old and the new laws, but turing the Watergate matteras somewhere very near the first can Law (Friedman)); Amer- faster Pines. These trees are lim- day used by cars equippedwith Since the Secretary, or ner

what could Mr. Spater do? limited essentially to the of October. ica's Flying Book Flying Ma- ited to 25,000 per customer. the new anti-pollution superior, the Executive Vice-
wiretapping and burglary of gazine)}; Caring For Photographs devices; (4) an President do not seem to have
Talking about gardens, fields BARRELS to200-
Penuing at that time before Democratic Party headquarters and back muscles, I enjoyed A Land Of(Time-Life Our Own (Syrkin Books>); Hardwoods available to 000 BARRELS per day usedto enough FLICT I.Q.OF INTEREST to sense this and/or CON-

the Civil Aeronautics Board in 1972, as well as those talking to a young fellow from Bell: Alexander Graham Bell Bradford Countians arc: Eas- generate electricity; bypassed It, I hum-
was American's bid to merge who have Insisted that ordin- Lawtey who was selling some And The Conquest Of Soli- tern Redbud ($30 per M);: (5) failure of nuclear powerto purposely two resignationsare

with Western Air Lines. And ary political corruption was okra. I told him that I had tude (Bruce)); The Taj Ma- Arizona Cypress, ($14 per M b fulfil expectations by 1973; bly suggest In order. And I wonder

it just so happened that Mr. not involved. plenty of okra in my own gar- hal (Carroll); Life Before Men Catalpa, ($18 per MO, Tupelo and, ((6) regulations on the where the Board of Directors
den but later or even next M) Gum removal of sulfur from coal
(Splnar> The Great Movie Gum, 08 Per Sweet Chamber of Commercewere
of the
Kalmbach was known as Mr.Nixon's "With every daythatpasses, spring, be sure and stop because Stars (Shlpman)); The More- ($18 Per M); Sycamore, ($18 that are "based on technologynot to allow these Intolerable -
private attorney and every fresh disclosure, every we might want some- for-your-Money Meat Cook- per M> Live Oak, ($30 perM) yet developed." 1 to be
leading fund-raiser. He was stale denial that soon proves thing. We had bought a ham- book (Good Housekeeping));; and Cottonwood Cuttings!; ($18 made?? arrangements

also an attorney for Ameri- inoperative, it becomes more per of beans earlier. How To Manage Your Mon- per M). Check with your Division How about that? Every one

can's competitor, United Air- apparent that the Nixon admin- ey: A Woman's Guide To Investing of Forestry Office to of the above reasons reflect All three persons Involved

lines, who had filed opposition istration has been as un- He had gotten out of his (Fowler); Open Edu- make sure that there are still either directly or Indirectly, should know such an arrange-
car and walked around as cation And The American seedlings in stock for hard- "government controls." HOW ment Is far from ethical!!
to the AmeicanWestern savoury and unprincipled as well as I could. He told School (Barth>, Creating Art wood species before ordering. MUCH MORE WILL IT TAKE -William II. Summers

merger. any on record, more so than me that he would not make From Fibers & (:Mel- for you and very possibly

Apparently, Mr Spater got most, and has been caught any promises for next year lach). Potted stock Is available' all many of your readers to be (Editor's Note: The Cham-

the message. He could hardly red-handed to a degree unmatched because he might be feeling year from Herren Nursery in aware of all the government ber of Commerce InformedThe

help but conclude that if his in at least half a his age a little bit by then. The Family Book of)Pre-The Punta Gorda, the only nursery controls now In effect. We Telegraph on Wednesday
I wrote his name down but ventive Medicine(Miller ; already have FascismNazism -
ornamentalsand morning that Lillian
company did not want its mer- century. Era (Padfield) The which supplies Mrs.
now I can't find It. Battleship ; Socialism Communism
ger killed by the Nixon administration If measures can be takento True Sound Of Music (Fan- tropical commercial species Pearson submitted her resig-
Imposed upon us.
All species are sold at being nation to the chamber effect-
it had better recurrence of tel)> Know Your Woods (Constantine -
prevent a ; 4 Every major item in our living ive
$25 hundred plus per July 9. She is
a currently
come across--and it did, with such low-road tactics in elect- and Some this of is you what may I know wanted him, ); Better (Homes Ideas Under & cent sales tax and delivery today Is being controlledor staying with the Chamber until -
to -
an illegal $75,000. The fact ing a President of the United tell you, he will be 83 his Gardens$100 Decorating Wanna Make Some- charge to the nearest Divisionof manipulated by govern- a replacement can be found,
that the later States then Watergate with ; Forestry district head- ment how else could It get according to Chamber Execu-
merger was ,
next birthday. His last name thing Out Of It'?; The Com- "fowled-up" (putting it
denied does not do away with all its tawdry disclosures will Is something like Hendzeax. plete Guide To Preparing Baby quarters.For so mildly). The last thing the tive Myers.Vice-President John

the impropriety of American not have been in vain. Our seventh annual calf scr- Foods At Home (Castle>, petroleum industry needs (or
amble is set for September Lucy: The Bittersweet Life information and orderIng other Industry) is more
29. That date Is near enough Of Lucille Ball (Morella); The contact your County For- government controls.
that we must get busy. Our Eternal Bliss Machine (Sel- ester at the County Agricultural -
QRID,4 over-all planning committeehas Igson)):; Buffalo Bill: The Noblest Building on US301 North. Dear Mr. Matthews:

BRADFORD c been selected and will whlteskln (Burke>; Untold Seedlings will be delivered Now it you feel inclined to
% hold their first meeting next Story: The Roosevelts Of weekly at the New River Tower a.K or recommend some- The Vestry of St. Mark'swishes
Monday. Hyde Park (Roosevelt> Sit- Site seven miles West of St- thing of government how to thank you and express -
ACTIVE ktr appreciation (for the
plJ (Adams)> The Polar
Bull arke
AIEMeErC rn ting on SR-100. about asking Congress to once picture and
N y4jj This committee is Marc Worlds (Perry), The Vogue again assume their responsibilities of accompanying
o Jackson, Rex Smith, Authur Sewing Book of Fitting, Adjustments wonder start eliminatingthe story our church, which
rors Many people often was published recently In the
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Guides, Warren Carver And Alterations; t if the nursery has trees a- Illegal seizure of power Telegraph. It of
was great
N- Bobby Taylor, John O'Meara, Can Sell You Anything (Stevens vailable In mall quantities.The by the Executive and the Judicial Interest and Information to
Publishers Paul Hutchlns, Harvey Smith );; The Corrupt KingdomThe order branches eliminate
Published each Thursday and entered as Second CUss Matter at the Pos Office at Starke, Greg Alvarez, and John Mey- Rise And Fall Of The minimum seedling is 25- many of the Executive Orders, our members and, we hope,

Fla. under Act of March. 3. 1879. ers, a member of the roping United Mine Workers FIn- for Jiowever-bare the root minimum species charge especially Executive Order to the community also.

club and I will call the meet- > The Low-Cost Meat Book #11490 restore the right
Subscription rate In trade area: 16 per year 13.50 six months. ley ; will be the price for 500 of Sincerely
six ing to order. This event Is Hawkins; The Missing Link of the unborn do away with ,
Outside trade area $7 4.00 months. Starke, Fla. ordered. Ship
: per years the species Peggy H. Thomas Clerk
Phone 964-6305 a big thing for the 4-H and (Edey)},; Life Before Man ment Is 50 t peer 1000 order. the many double standards- Vestry of St. ,Nfkrk'tPage
FFA boys In our county. ([Time-Life Books).

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Paga, 14 TELEGRAPH July 26 1973 i

--------- --- Legal Notices --4- a---.-- ..- wen Fri' I"


In The Circuit Court Eighth As Deputy Clerk file the original with the Clerk SOS, Attorneys for Petitioner publicly opened and read chltect.

Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn (Court Seal) of the above-styled Court on whose address Is 142 West aloud. Any Bid received after Each Bid submitted shall be "

and For Bradford County. 7/19 4t 89SPECIAL or before August 27, 1973, Call Street, P. O. Box 1086. the time and date specified accompanied by a cashier's -

CIVIL ACTIONIn otherwise a Judgement may be Starke. Florida. 32091 and herein will not be con- check or bid bond In the a-
re: The Marriage of KENNETH entered against you for the WANTEDReliable]
file the original with the Clerk slder d. mount of Five Percent (5))of HELP
WAYNE! GRAY, husband NOTICETo relief demanded In the Pe- of the above-styled Court on Specifications and Contract the Bid payable to the School HOUSES FOR SALE Maid for general cleaning, P

and VICTORIA DEAN tition. or before August 21, 1973 Documents may be examinedIn Board of Bradford County apply at Cadillac Uniform
GRAY, wife Whom It May Concern: WITNESS my hand and the otherwise be ,
a Judgment may the office of the Owner : tfchg
NOTICE OF SUIT- I, E. R. Duncan am not seal of said Court on the 20th Florida. Surety company shall ______
Board of Bradford
entered against for the the School be licensed
you to do businessIn
] for debts of
NO PROPERTYTo responsible any day of July, 1973.
relief demanded In the Pe- County Florida; and at the the state of Florida and
: VICTORIA DEAN GRAY, Estella Granger Duncan whose GILBERT BROWNAs FOR SALE- story HELP WANTEDQualified
509 Vassar Street, Dothan, address Is Lawtey, Fla. Clerk of Said Court tition.WITNESS office of P.Don A.R., Morgan Post Office Architect shall be listed by the United 522 W. Adkins St. 9645005.Itp Christian teachers for grades
hand and the States
Alabama. (signed) E. B. Duncan By: Donna M. Branson my Treasury Department 1 2 and 3. Call 468-1666.
seal of said Court the 11th Box 987, Green Cove Springs.
on Surety Company shall, also Elampton
7/26 2t 7/2 Fla. tfchg
You are hi :by notified that Deputy Clerk day of July. 1973. Florida 32043.Specifications. comply with all requirementsof
an action foi dissolution of NATIONAL mortgage compa-,
Gilbert S. BrownAs the General Conditions and
marriage has been filed First Publication: July 26, has two four bedroom 2 NURSE with psychiatric and/
In The Circuit Court of The Clerk of said Court may be obtained Supplementary General Conditions ny
against you Victoria Dean Eighth Judicial Circuit Florida 1973. By: Beulah M. Moody as follows: Article 11, of these bath' homes for sale on 1/2 or community: experience. Apply -
Gray, and you are requiredto In and For Bradford 7/26 4t 8/16 Deputy Clerk A. Contractors: Upon receipt Specifications. acre wooded lots. Low down 321 West Madison St.,

serve a copy of your writ- County. Case No. 73184IN First Publication:July 19,1973 of $10.00, two sets of Mr. Jim TempeSuperintendent payment. Call and see how Starke, for interview. 964-
ten defenses, If any to It, RE: The Marriage of In The Circuit Court of the 7/19 4t 89NOTICE specifications for this Pro- easy It Is to own one of these 8382. 3tchg 7/26

on the plaintiffs attorney, GERALD WAYNE! SMITH Petitioner Eighth Judicial Circuit of Flo- ject will be forwarded col- 7/12 3t 7/26 homes. Call collect Ocala 622-
whose and address Is
name and MARIANNEM. rida: In and For Bradford ]lect. If Specifications are returned 8118. tfchg tam
P. P. O. Drawer
Dudley Hardy, TO BIDDERS In good condition with- l \
SMITH, Respondent. County. Case No. AUTOMOBILESusEO
730 Starke 32091
Florida NOTICE OF SUIT IN RE: The Marriage of Notice is hereby given for in ten days after receipt of
and file the original with the SMITH sealed bids to be Bids the bull will NOTICE OF INTENTION TO '
clerk of the above styled court;:> REGISTER FICTITIOUS
the School
Board of Brad- be refunded.
Address Unknown. Petitioner and MICHAEL De-
tin or before August 30, 1973: NAME t HELP WANTEDMANAGER
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED CANIO, JR. Respondent. ford County, Florida; Post Office B. Subcontractors,Vendors
otherwise a judgement may that an action for dissolution NOTICE OF SUIT Box 939, Starke Florida etc.: Upon receipt of $10.00one ] Notice Is hereby given that
be entered against you for of marriage has been TO: MICHAEL DeCANIO, 32091, until 5:00 p.m. on the set of Specifications will the undersigned, Robert J. FOR SALE- Buick Skylark
the relief demanded In the B. Mead 4 door, AC, PS, Original Owner -
Mead and Anzle ,
filed against you and you are JR., Address Unknown. day of July' 27, 1973, for the be forwarded, collect. IfSpeciflcations -
complaint or petition. required to serve a copy of You are hereby notified thatan furnishing of all materials are returned In Rt. 1 Box 406 X, Melrose, WANTEDFor I $975. Ph. 782-3021. lip

WITNESS my hand and the your written defenses, If any, action for dissolution of machinery labor and equip- good condition within ten days Fla. 32666, Intends to engageIn cal business. Prior exper-
seal of said Court on July to It on SHAW & KOPELOU- marriage has been filed ment for construction of: after receipt of Bids $5.00 business under the fictitIous ience In a management position ASSUME payments on 1973

13, 1973. SOS, Attorneys for Petitioner, against you and you are required Roofing and Metal will be refunded. name, Santa Fe Mea- desirable.] Prefer young Ford Maverick- dr P/S,
Gilbert S. BrownAs whose address Is 142 West to serve a copy of Bradford High School Gymnasium .NOTE: All requests for dows, Rt. 1 Box 406 X, Mel- man with desire to grow witha A/C, Rill. 468-1119. lip

Clerk of said Court Call Street, P. O. Box ]1086, your written defenses If any. Specifications shall be made rose, Fla. 32666. and that new business. Send resumesto
By: Dorothy Moore Starke, Florida 32091. and to it on SHAW & KOPELOU- at which time Bids will be through the office of the Ar- they will register said name Telegraph P. O. DrawerA
with the Clerk of the Circuit Starke Fla. 32091.

Court, Bradford County, Florida tfchg

S m- [master charge 1 CIGARETTES zle B. Mead owners. Dated


i Our 26th YEAR Highest Com-
oIevAr.Nea home Also
.. missionslargest Election of
mobile home hurricane anchoring -
NOTICE toys & gifts! Over 300 best-
& mobile home roof
The Board of Tax Adjustments selling Items In a Full Color
Olin's Mobile Home
-OPERATION PRICES MARKED will meet on Monday August Catalog. Call or write SAN- Service. 964-5606 Rt. 100 W.

DOWN 11 % TO 13, 1973 at 9:30: A.M. In the TA'S PARTIES, Avon Conn. Starke Fla. tfchg
Board: of County CommissIoners 06001. Phone 1 (203)6733455.ALSO .

47% OFF OUR Room, In the Courthouse BOOKING PARTIES!
to hear complaints of 4tp 7/26 HOUSE PAINTINGInterior
MARKDOWN DISCOUNTPRICES their Assessments. & Exterior. Free estimates

7/19 2t 7264consumer freely given. First class
HELP WANTEDNow taking workmanship guaranteed.

applications for waitresses Contact lonnie Roberts Rai-

Garden Restaurant. 4tchg ford Fla. after 6 p.m. &

news 8/2 weekends. 4311768. 4tp 7/26
"wr"y I t
: 1 A .
WANT::u- Used\lmltunn.,
clerk. Experience helpful but
frlgerators, washers>ah-
not necessary. Apply in per-
ui r-qt t
H ps son at Lake Butler Apparel .Dor's Discount House tfcbg

< I IA MEDIHC PLACES Company or call 496-3601.

I MEN'S VETERANS Since 2tchg 8/2 WILL BABYSIT. Call 964-

;. I fll + f' 1970, HEW's Medical 6739. Itp
= ,, \\1 FAMOUS MAKERs
E Experience Directed WANTEDMedical Technicians

-.' It ; -' DRESS PANTS Into Health Careers 7224.48 annually, 40 with LOSE X-ll WEIGHT Diet safely Plan,and$3.00.fast

X q utunu, ',, ,I Ij tt P tf (MEDIHC) programhas hour work week time and REDUCE Excess Fluids] with

j placed nearly 8,000 half for over 40 hours age X-Pel $3.00. Money Back
/', \ 'III''I'
I veterans in jobs in the 21 male experience necessary Guarantee at Koch Drug 18tp
jl l
rY .
Iii ; Itchg
sosroow health field or in health 11/8
TI f ? sSon
I occupations education.

I'irtl t tIi HEW says more than CLASSIFIED AD.RATES LICENSED) electrician and

r-it rtrt t+ You'd Expect 20,000 veterans with Deadline sub-contractor, all types
I To Pay military allied health insertion Tuee- home remodeling work. Also

SAVE 16% Up To S10.00 Pro training and experience day Noon preceding Thursday welding. Speedy service. 964-
SAVE 28%
before publication.
,. 'R"T return to civilian life 8087. 5tp 8/2
HEAVY DUTY MEN'SFAMOUS Minimum Cherge 12.00
15 OUNCES each year, and studies
100; textunted dacron (Cover 15 Words)
T P Oil TREATMENT 18 GALLON GARBAGE CAN MAKER WALK SHORTS 7 and polyestert show more than two- Each WE NOW HAVE diamond nee-
word over 35, 10< dles for make model
I blends. For comfort thirds of them would any or
.. 's All Classified Ada must' be stereo player.Dahmer'sDiscount
i and trim appearance like to find health-re-
1 64 19 6 there Is nothing, 'to lated civilian occupa- paid for in advance unless House. tfchg

pants. Snapback administeredby with, the Telegraph, in

Ou. Oltcownt Pfite. W o' 96l? a., D..n. Pro.. w,. ),,9f PYOU'd Expect to Pay up to 6.00 Pr| wrinkle fabric I free.is always Take the states in coopera- (for that billing.eveat 50 Not< extra responsible cherge t FOR RENT )
your choice of soUids tion with HEW and the
"Makes smoother Heavy dufv plastic avocado garbage for errors when given over
yaw engine run Handsomely) tailored shorts in a stripes, pot- Department of Defense,
cooler, Keeps oil has two handles and the phone
quieter longer can easy-grip selection ol styles and easy care and .or when copy is
O' and water 'temperatures down Prevents block, tight.fitting' ''id Lightweight fabrics Sues 79 to 41. 29 terns to 38 styles. offers job counseling to not typed and brought to
dry starts 1 15 Ounces rustproof and no seams to leak these veterans and refers !the office. FOR RENT- One bedroom

., ., I st j', them to job openIngs house furnished. No children -
.\ in the health field. 964-5193, 962 N. Tem-
4F Interested veterans can ple Ave. Itp

,SAVE 8.00 i'\ "SAVI 3.O1 # 3,, yg f.e. : get more information Pay For ClassifiedAds
r--- n
JULIETTE ,-C"iA f EAGlE12" x 11EN1 t t l'",r SAVE 36% -iSU SAVE 14% about the MEDIHC pro- In Advance FOR RENT- Unfurnished tri- !

', j\ CASSETTE : PUSHBUTTON iNITSPORT' ; <'SHH; ; 11' RE-WEB KITS ) f \ EAGLE gram by writing to Increased costs have made level house. 4 bedroom, 2-
J TAPE d;' # / \ \MURIATICACID MEDIHC, Building 31, It necessary for this newspaper 1/2 bath, central air & heat
RECD :DER .: .JY FAN / V\j V NIH. Bethesda, Maryland to clarify' Its present stove and refrigerator; $190
: 39E WAS rules and adopt new ones for
mo. Itp
:/..... WAI WAS s Top Nok.r;6eHtr Imits <. l ld1))CG9 20014. the publication of classified

2JI..Ii.. I lFL 22-6 to 101W xotsaa and pety x'r' advertisements In Us columns.
", eater, b4wdso< Selection i Makes old lawn fur- Insures scum. HOUSE FOR RENT-on Kings-
'''''" of callow yl les cola S nl'ure i \ look I like, f free walls and
I 1'l: I : vq ( l Ac,,1 slime free filters VET NEWSThe nature must be paid In advance & Heat, completely furnish
4. ;; .< use u. yon unless an established ed. Phone 533-2275. Itp
J "0, W }h, to, I? blade,, s t b ( durable Made of Quick I' monthly account Is maintained
,. OsC slates ornical.I 1
.r 'ccs U.L Approved ec on
.. polypropylene : with this newspaper.
: .. '
sweet ,, .d3150' fAVIl Gallon' .
rr crroo ? Wm R a Veterans Adminis- S Mailing all1l.. bookkeeping FOR RENT12' wide mobile
'1 MEN'S) BATONS TRU tration last year Issued 17. coats have advanced making homes outside city limits. J.
e 600 veterans low cost "RI!" It to make this
SAVE NAS t ? ;a ., necessary B. White. Ph. 964-6114. If
C SAVE i.ooELECTRONIC service disabled life insur- adjustment.
... 40% tc 47% '!' '' r I, 'a =' + '' ';, ;, ;dm i, 1 ance policies totaling $165 It Is much preferred that 110 964.6152.tichg answer

.. EAGLE BUG KILLER Choice of powjiw million, says W.B. Mackall, classified advertising be or
Cor 'D' CELLBATTERIES /"' sdep ;daoblt mhi'o d fit" director of the Florida Division placed In person rather than

W__ w/s nytoa! fr cKj-CoJor*
'. eote'sfi. "t % jI: $1.5 billion worth of "RI!" errors. .
"A ftoyr WARES; .. SAVI 23% "* LOST AND FOUND

lSE-in...... -1p''vr K'lls or. tod bugs Nor on WALK SHORTS f ; MEN'S NYLON MESH CASUALS =AIR CONDITIONER>? SAVE 23%FILTER 173,000 Insurance service has been- connected Issued to

r --"I.11 Mn. "er fo- s no NAb w# rAS disabled veterans since the of age can buy $10,000 worthof
rAf program's Inception In April life Insurance protection
Mu" y/ odor Easy to t r: LOSTBlue
,L ? ktfdter 1951 state Mackall. for $2.60 monthly premium Eyed Beagle,
y use lust plug atyittis blwtidt.Wtde ; Comfortable slip on style. female. Recently had puppies.
Generally the Insurance which would Increase
I n selectaenopeoaaosad S every
Several colors choose iS's 74' fiber glass Fits 9647696. REWARD
to lip
,---,4)1 sotw Sastb'te3 b'. ; + :, from, Sixes 7 to 11 17 all sizes Easy to install. must be applied for within one five years, or, they could
year after VA notifies vet- take out the same amount of

na IIr _t tll; erans their disablltles have ordinary life Insurance (RH!)

f been rated as service-con- for a $13 monthly premium :
SAVE 25% nected. which would not Increase. No r FOR SALE 1

SAVE 177. EAGLE ; v MEN'S CUSHION y' ., SAVE 21'A By December 3, 1973 the dividends are paid on RH! Insurance -

EAGLE SPRAY PAINT CREIfJOCRS/ TEMPEST II VA expects to Issue to about it was noted.
NO 30-40 WAS r an; tar ( 'i -- q aT TORCH REFILL 18,400 veterans, policies totaling By taking out a $10,000 RH!
MOTOR OIL d ? uyr
a .&k
nearly $172 million. policy and converting to a LOTSZoned lor mobile

Quick drying.a.." ,> ., < SAVE 11% + ''u i This would be a four per cent commercial policy the $15, homes and houses. Several
For ntcrior a.N Alfg.t'00. ,' MEN'S DECK SNEAKERS Increase over 1972, and com- 000 servicemen's group life subdivisions to choose from

ses and .tenor, : / 'S FAill tt 91i1K1A: pares with 21,700 policies In insurance Is carried in service only $95 down Monthly pay-
l ,N1 WAS4N1.31i N/Ma Use on wood, .rat y rot Em Fits torches, all, standard heaters 1971 when the level of combat These disabled veterans ments to suit your budget.Ph. .

fttyrofoom, me 5 ',, ewdkk Stoves and lantern activities In Veltnam was still can obtain a total of $25,000 468-1551 or 964-8331.
Ncr detergent Seletea 01 and most v 'l1$ Canvas ,n white and col. Propane high. worth of government life in- tfchg
Dun, mgin :rude Heat jl I White ors. Non slip soles. 7-12 fuel. i 4.1 ounce Eligible veterans at 25 years surance.
:nds"'a h :
'esis tant nor ortas.e Tw.pi.cttairiln'
Quart 13 Ounces. < 'i.osycerel00Way 1 :, -;".' ....... by weight LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering'x

r v i. i fapt00'60mn1 bs- -. ::. ": Higlier Benefits Start Soon e ,9. $3.19: 9 x 12. $S.B;

SAVE 337. SAVE 717 re. t cewt em104x3/> i..... r a. a, tie:9t: t eolt For Peacetime Disabled 14.VS..
IEFLEt. RIGHT GUARD BUFFERIN : a., end rbnts.p .. IMPORTED Vets Many pattens and c0lon. -
.. .
4 02. v Dahmer's Discount tf
TABLETS 3b'! : .9 15+.b tol4aa S PIECE
WITH ONE fit Higher benefits are In the 80 percent of rates allowed
., ,. .' WAS WAS sa.+ I. ........ MUG TREE SET offing for 191,400 U.S.veterans wartime veterans. .
: : 1 v WOMENSAVS .. SALESuper A Farm-
&! rc >. ..., who Incurred service connected As of May 2.2 million veterans all
. 2' 1 Tractor. New &
' -: TA > aK ./ disabilities during peace- Including the 191,400 engine
L---. ._ ;. SAVE 977. { time military service. peacetime veterans clutch. Can be seen at A&K
4'' "
e SAVE 13% SAVI23% ran WOMEN'S SUMMER SANDALS ,Ar. -V.,. 4 white I china VA compensation rolls. on Feed Store. Phone 964-8711.

AKVENS .MEDICATEDPOWDER VITA LIS HAIR UI "...A. ]: mugs with colorful Administrator M veteransAffairs Compensation is paid on a Itchg
I 11 OZ. Ydalts TONIC 4 OZ. A y'car va .1.,1 m Y ;::-, hand design.crafted 1 Donald E. Johnson sliding scale ranging from 158 FOR
i SALECamper short '
WAS WAS fg tPb Many styles, including wrought said August checks will reflect monthly for disabilities rated for
.J.M m .-c m : ti cork soles While and tree iron the Increases brought 10 percent, to $495 for total base Can be truck, sleeps 5.1172A 225.
seen at Rt. 2 ,
: colors Sues S to 10. about by legislation that disability. Some veterans with
: equalized compensation rates certain severe disabilities Starke. Itp

t: USE OUR CONVENIENT IF YOU'RE NOT SHOPPING AT EAGLES for bilities.peacetime veterans disa ceive additional payments FOR SALE ,
FLORIDA which run as high 'U -$1,232, --Bolens gardM ..
! YEAR ROUND FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE, YOU'RE NOT STARKE, monthly, plus allowance. for tractor 12 horse power 42

S! LAYAWAY PLAN. SAVING MONEY! PHONE 964-7513 peacetime Before the veterans law was were enacted paid, dependents 50 percent of or more veterans disabled rated Inch$950 mower Phone 94-5317 tiller like' new

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INSURANCEAT ------- i g rtrct's Tmnr a oTroTTO'd'BTrruTresTmrd a a a B t

Many' brands of new vacuums Fruit Tree, Shade 3
$39.00 up Used AUTO, FIRE BOAT Homo. I- r
machines Evergreens, Carnal I AND DRY WALL Inc.
from $10. Expert Repairs DOYLE E. CONNER 1..1.... Ro.. DOUBLE WIDES Experience Necessary, Steady Work,
all makes...Parts and Accessories -' INSURANCE AGENCY Most.. In Com Plant ", & Add.. Phone 782-3578 Or 7823896P.O.
for all vacuums; Built tchq Fringe Benefits
Box 605 Lawtey, Fla.
In Central vacumn clear .* 23 MI. S.E. Of and Set Up
systems. 712 N.Main Gainesville -' Hw,. 100Florahom. STUCCO APPLY AT
376-7110 : ... HARDCOAT -
FOR SALELarge eggs, 3 Joins City Limits I

doz/$1.65.Itp Waters Mkt. Place. 2 Paved road 5/73 "We Make House Calls Rood 21 Hampton Fla.
} 1 Grad. -264-7311 MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
BILL POWELL I ________ __ .- 8:00: A.M. TO 5:00: P.M.

..: COLORADO BROKER Brawn An Equal Opportunity Employer
964-6464 533-2208 FIAT
40 ACRES, $9,7501!

Sales Parts FOR SALE
Near Rio Grande River. Fully
surveyed. Good road New and Good Used a ..
access. A.A. MEETING T
$95 down $95 monthly at 6%/. USED IMPORT i ELPNE DI
Owner, STEED ...
911 W. 10th 8:30: P.M. IMPORTS I
Amarillo Texas 79101 ", 19.95 & up Owen Joist of Florida, Inc. needs dependable, obi.
806-376-8690 309 N. CHERRY ST. 509 E. ... .
bodied factory help. No expert tnce necessary.
:, Gainesville. of the .Mall I
Itp Want To Drink, That' Steady work, overtime, fringe

J Your Business CENTER 964-8312
'' Associates-964-6162 Want To Stop, That' Our INTERESTED OR IN CAMPUS

Fred Sackett 468-1753; Butlneee Lake City e9+ro'to'.owo'.o'.oMo tono" '.o"e tWAYNE''S OWEN JOIST
Lillian Pearson 782-3806 CONTACT 752.3723
2 BR, 1 Bath Masonry SEWING GEORGE Of

REAL TRAILERS SPEED SHOP2Mi. Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday
3 BR, 1 Bath Masonary "' I
Charles. W. On 16 964-6248
3 BR on small
acreage and Service Wayne All Name Brand Speed Equip I 7:00 A.M. To 5:00: P.M.

; 4 BR, 2 Bath Close In PFAFF- ELNA Associates Of Ports And /-a a a a a a a as a a a a a-
New Home PHONE % a a e e e S e e e area
2 & 3 BR With Cent Air Tr Headers

; FOR SALELot $49.50 Hedman Hooker And StoreWE
corner of up Grocery Variety
Church & South Sts. $3,500. Is something Samlt'rSOn/ /VH.S'tOIII
United Farm
Phone Parts & Repair
964-8896. Itp on a as eaaaa aaaas HAVE MOST COMPLETE

oil other make.machinesNATIONAL Agency, Inc missing? Intakes By FABRIC AND NOTIONS SHOPIN
FOR SALE- Beautiful Reg. Real Estate Broker
Of fan luiuner & EdNIGrockeaaaaaaaaa:
antiques, STARKE
rugs, lamps, Paul & Irene Faulkner -
fine mirrors, and dressing Associates 9 -- Also Complete. Line. Of Hardware & Drapery Supplie
tables. Large home on Kings- Crane Carols & Custom Wheels Carters
ley Lake, )29 Hwy 16A, Rt. 611 W. Univ. Ave. 206 S. Water Street Hwy. 100 East Store Hours 7-1 1
1, Box 361. It Stork. Flo. & Holly Carl Of Stark 7 Days a Week
Gainesville, Fla. .......u and Ch'I...... D... T.F
FOR SALEGeneral ElectricTV WANT TO SELL OR Shifters BY Mr. Gttsket ,
378-1355 hUY REAL ESTATE? ....
now for sale at DAH- ------
MER's DISCOUNT, black & Call Us For Best Prices Indy & IIH"4tSUMMER
white or color, 8tchg913 I Prospects Waiting tfchg .rv .(' ).", .. .....,tr... w.. A&H ROOFING

Riley -
i FOR SALE- 14 ft. John boat, 259 N. Bay St.
r 45 hp motor trailer, trol-
ling motor,built-in seats,bat- Paving CoDriveways LONG CHAMP There is plenty mi8ing.tor! Starke 964-6680
tery. All for $650. 4967905. you and your family with-
Itp out a Carrier central air
Home and Building/ conditioning system. See Call Billy AlvarezSPECIALIZING
FOR SALE16 ft. Fiberglassboat Materi t I als I us today during our fabulous -
pre-season pricebreaker -
W.B., 75 hp Johnson Parking Lots BUILD ker sale! .
electric start. Trailer, fully
equipped $950. Call 473-3496 Day 473-2127 "Your Plan. Or Our ShinglingAdd

.., after 5 p.m. Itp Your Lot Or Ours." h{1 null .' u Asphalt

I! FOR SALENew :3 bedroom' Nights 473-2102 FREE ESTIMATES" Carrier ;hllll;; SALE Ons & Repairs

:. brick veneer, 2 baths, liv- P.O. Drawer F Remodeling Repair lam unuuw All Work GuaranteedFor
.: ing room kitchen and dining Addition --
/ Boats & Troll Motors
:r area. Good location. 1 .
Financing Keystone Hgt*.. Horn.. Bought Sold year.STARKE
available. Call.Buferd Sawyer-Slade Gas ,. .
Traded y ------
!.t1tcheU, 964-8853. tfchg. Fla. ACREAGE FOR SALE 332 W. Madison Up To 2O% Off
FOR SALEz large waterfront TFrs 944.453 Starke, Fla. BUILDERSA
lots on Hampton Lake.. Hwy. 301 S. Storke TF 9.64-7701
F. Register 964-5888 or 94- Complete Building Service
8771. tfchg SAVE1 473-1357 Ph01.964-5270 219 E. '1\ash in""," 't
Starke, Fla.
Studer's Store

Bull Calves you pick one BUICK SmiSOn301
will be weaned Oct. L $4.59
now GMC TRUCKS National Brands Tooth Pan Rag. 82* to ".05 "The No Wan Floor"

J.tfchg B. White. Phone 9646114. A LITTLE RIDE CAN now 39* M.II$69.95 Bo...Boa-* $2.67 Spring (2 lift). $29.75 ........................................................r Comoletelv: Installed <':omp.rr At $6.50 P" Sq. Yd.

LOT3;; Sm.Drus..R.duc.df and more $3.111 a> BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI
GREEN COVE SPRINGS $5.98! 1.98 to $3.98 yd C.....", a> Upholatary sold at approximately i the price you :
material. 59* B!, 79. yd Faraoua &....0. Man'. LOW NYLON
Shlrta. Vat ... (9.00 now 2.98 J4V4 to t/tt $10 would pay elsewhere, (slight imperfections : Many Color. To Choo* From
:. ALL KINDS. OC3OOO 3O to $24 Man' Dra** P.nte. .....h. act. $3.98 b ), name brand mattresses & box Spg. : Eieatda ".H.- Specification $6.97
$5.98 Man'* Suit. Valu to ".v, only $39.75 : contem- : .. P" Sq. yd.
both S1495 beautiful 3 piece Complataly Initallad O Rubber Padding
R. Q. Simmons CARL BEGGS ...........4.01 Spaolat Prlc. It....*, Not nantlonadCuiipara .
I bedroom suite, was $219.50 now
Anywh.ra In BC. Than Coma By 0) s.. porary SHAG
Equip Co. Gulf Service $97.50 Danish modern 2-piece livingroom 100% Contlnuou. Fll. Nylon The Carpet With' The Now Loold!
suites $39.95, while they last .
Many Colora To Choo. From
317 E BrowitleeSt.
_' $7 9S
< brand new dinettes were $89.50 now $59.- Comp.t.lyln.t.llad Over Rubbar Padding p.r Sq. Yd. i

:'::'f Starke, Flo.Phon.964.6819. USED Phone 964-6061 '\ d ;; FREE 50 Brand new beautiful & expensive

': 7; ESTIMATES crushed velvet & fur living room suites,

,,.e.<, made to sell for over $500. Now $394.50 Bill's C.O. Radio & Equipment

tfchg PARTS ((6 only) 100's of other Items to choose 321 N. Temple An. 'I

from. Now down payment required, pay-
For Most Makes (Cf Cars WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE Ph. 964-8346( 8361
: $5.00 month fURNITURE
PUMPS i ments as low as per
I (Eiubluhid lets Line Of C.B. Radio
24 Hr. Wrecker Service CITY USA CORNER OF E. UNIV & SE I Complete

Y9..... NEW AND USED /44 N. Thompson, Stark ST. (in the old haird building.
SALES Hwy. 301 N. Waldo 24 years of Fast Service. Fair PrJc/ ;s.rJndQualltvWorkmanshlp'make ;: ......................................................... EquipmentWe ,

PARTS j Ph"ne 4681998 j Have Now Cobra, Browning & Tram
:: SERVICE us prove I IHIPP

''':: "Home. Of The Magnetic Signs"
D..p .nd Shallow Walls
'. JIMMY MOORE'Ss. Sewing Operators 72 Hour Service On All Magnetic Sign..

: Plumbing Supplies .. Sperfr. TRACTOR CO.
MORE Exoerienced Preferred But We Will Train. 00oooooeoooeooooa

PHONE 9647061DURRANCE Stork. Ph. 964-S791 FARM MACHINESNew Employment.

.' Complete Outboard fc Starts & Used VACINES

Drive. Sevic..nd. Rteelr. Cadillac Uniform Co.
; 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441 AVAILABLE NOW
Complete Fikerglest RgslrCustom 441 E. Brownlee

Moved. 5 Block North built Fiberglass. GAINESVILLE. FLA. Starke, Fla. M
:r "164 N. Tamal. Ave. Fishing Beets. At A&K Feed Store I
"Where S.rvlce Is The Better Idea"
U.S. 301 N. Behind
HOUSE CLEANING Your ACEEnterpnseElectric Tastee Freeze 964-8711 :

Inside & Out Real Estate

STL AM CLEAN & Plumbing
BrokerBUY MaleHELP
p Mil I .v Paint StrippingC

.' I .\LL EDDY 100 W. PH. 964-560o : z.,

PHONE 964-8359 Trailer Power Poles Installed Special Double Wide U1'
964-5771 Call Bill Powell (
.' Before 8 A.M. after 4 P.M. Southern Wood Piedmont 24 hr. Service 431.1000 Summer Clearance Sale

Complete" Janitorial 964-6464 Everything priced to sell

Service 431.1200 964.8220 Mobile Home New & Used Furniture
BOYD: SERVirF 24 Hrs. A Day Baldwin, Fla.
I M III Uark Mon -Sat. Noon Dark On SundariJuly 4/73


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::E3: :E E' The "BIG TOP"

20.8 cu. It.NoFrost .
ibis one Giant 6.96 cu.f ft.freezer holds
30-iichgas range -- up to 243 pounds
;: "'--" continuouslycleans withswirtto.1etrim O =
ft :J@: .Jetfeeececomp.menl; ,
-'l'j' e t lce n Easy Service
itself ,. \ 13 8 cu ft fresh food section

__._._ .
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