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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 2, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I 4 Blessed with a $385,232 carry-over from the 1972-

r .:w 73 budget the Bradford County Commission had no

trouble making ends meet last Friday night and even

Hardy En te managed a millage reduction of slightly more than
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one-half mill on the 1973-74 assessment roll.


"" .iL'I Final approval of the 1357000.82 budget (up
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a( $11,207OOOoverthe1973.1974totalof$1,15UOOUwill)

i ," Clerk Race come after a public hearing to be held at 10 a.m.

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< \ Two more candidates have Councilman McRae is an made possible largely by prolonged controversy, was
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,1. : ... .........", .,. qualified for the Starke city employee of DuPont was first more than $200,000 receivedby adopted as submitted, al
'I" ,{ l'. ,' ,.a'. d elections to be held on Sep- elected to the council in 1965 the county during the first though it called for an
"oIo t.J: v'ti' I. tember 11.Charles 18 months of Federal revenue $18,542.25 increase over the
V when he defeated the late Dr.
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w s.i' ,... j., Hardy, director of Calvin J. Houpt by 103 votes.In sharing:, enabled the Commis previous fiscal year. In
1971 McRae successfully sion to realize a long-time goalto submitting his $151,183
It took on hour to unpin the dead driver from the near the Old B.T. Thomas Sawmill. The wreckage Civil Defense for Bradford defended his Group 2 seat set up a capital outlay fundto budget. Sheriff Dolph Reddish
an appointive
wreckage of his semi tractor and trailer Friday tore up the feur-loned highway and stopped traf- qualified County at 8:20: Wednesday office against former councilman be earmarked for county said the bulk of the increase
road construction and the ac would go for the hiring of a
oft.r it crashed into a freight train on US 301 South fie for an hour. morning to run for the office of votes.Ewell Lawson winning by 127 quisition of future right of fifth deputy and an additionalcar
city clerk. He will be
incumbent running Charles Hardy is seeking his way. The amount budgeted for to take care of the in
against
s Edwards. Merrill first city office. He was a this purpose Friday night was creased work load of the of

Edwards is seeking his candidate for school $291,092.56. fice. The 1972-73 budget of the

eighth term and this will be superintendent and ran for the Although this amount would office totaled 13264075.

the first election since 1963 clerk of circuit court in 1952. not go far in an age when one Second largest budgetary

that he has run opposed, when Hardy was appointed to the mile of primary road costs increase was requested and
,ti he defeated Mrs. Carolyn directorship of the Starke $75,000 County Clerk Gib approved for the County
r Redgrave a former employee Civil Defense in December of Brown observed it was at leasta Zoning Board contributed
in the clerk's office, by vote of last year. He has resigned that start in the right direction. $5,295.32 in building permit
.. 1'11 1,0(16( to 526. post effective October 1, in Many Bradford Countians fees to the county's general
City: Council Chairman compliance with the "ResignTo who complain about the con fund during the first 10 monthsof
j.mrny McRae qualified, to Run" provisions of the dition of county roads- and the current fiscal year. He

r} f run for re-election to the Florida Statutes. bridges: will heartily agree. also explained that a full time
r The elections are being held ...
council late Tuesday afternoon director be needed since a
< ; For the first time in recent
as yet he has no 5)) new state law will prevent Tax
(See Paqe years the Sheriff's office Assessor Gene Long from

.. .fi1W"",.4Ad serving as part-time director.
k. he has since the board's be
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.,, si opponent.Murder .... ginning. .

i n'rc,,, t Another sizeable increase
d Coniession went to the mosquito control

r it9 program where the board approved

: a $21,000 budget for
operation of the department,

Rumor Laid To RestThe employees including salary, as well increases as the for

purchase of two trucks. The

total amount represented an

: rumors are rumors familiar with the local area have committed that crime, increase of$8,000 over current

.., about the newest reported when brought here from South though he was extradicted to spending.Bradford.
era .: confession of the triple Florida. It was determinedthat Charlotte, N. C. where he County Librarywas
murder in Keystone Heights, DeGregory could not faced charges of slaying an el- granted a budget of
-. .... $18,900, an increase of $ Nov. 30, 1971 according to derly couple. DeGregory
The added amount will
Bradford County Sheriff pleaded not guilty by reason of
Opposite view of the wreckage shows the horwa> slightly ruptured in the crash but there was Dolph Reddish. Tag Office insanity North Carolina but provide five per cent salary
increases for staff membersand
ribly mangled truck cob A tank car with chlorine( no danger to nearby residents. The rumors apparentlycame an North Carolina court found for additional part-time
him sane, and also found him
from the confession of
To Be aides.
Karl DeGregory who is now is Open guilty of the double murder.He help by library

in North Carolina for was sentenced to two con The County Clerk's total
jail slay
ing two people. Late Aug. 14 current life sentences.. budget of $96,500 to( $30ooo
Driver(
illed When Semi increase over the current
Reddish is heading a state- Tax Collector J. R. Kelly "Allegations he made' up $69,500) is explained by the
there 'old hat to TheSheriffs
wide investigation into the are us.
will keep his office open Tues fact that under the new
death of two women, Mrs. day, August 14 after 5 p.m. for office State Attorney's judiciary system the budgets
and Florida
Bobbie L. Turner 37, and Pa office
as late as business comes for for County Court, CircuitCaurtandrecordingexpenses
tricia Marr, 22, and the dis Department of Law Enforce

Truck Slams Into TrainA appearance of Valarie Tur tags.Kelly will stay after hoursas ment all feel he had nothing" to are now submitted throughtheclerk'sbudgetratherthan
do with the here states
ner 16, all of Keystone long as people will buy Reddish. cases ,

Heights. tags The deadline is Monday, independently, as in the past.
large truck hit a train noon Friday, July 27, killing Luckie, Albany, Ga. at happened two miles east of Karl DeGregory of Ormond August 20. Florida lawmen feel De- Clerk Brown submitted this
north of Gainesville about the driver and derailing the tempted to pass another Starke on SR-16 in Bradford Beach, told Florida authori Last year 12,388 tags were Gregory was merely using total as a split budget, with

train engine and four cars, vehicle, driven by Julia Anne County Trooper J. C. Cone, ties in June 1972, that he killed sold all year long, this year delay tactics to keep from $12,461.66/ for County Com

Sift f<&*tiwt Crifr> according to the Florida High Davis while she was at Jr., investigated the accident the women. But under questioning only 4,107 have been sold- going back to North Carolina mission expenses (not including
way Patrol. tempting a left turn, July 27, A 1964 Ford driven by he showed a lack of only half of what is needed to their salary total of
1 I The victim was identified as at 9 p.m.The knowledge about the cases be sold between now and the 5))
( 4))
(See Page See Page
Leroy Willie Auguster 39, Judson-Davis accident (See Page 5)threemanforcelastyeat) and was obviously not 20th.
: Jacksonville.
The accident occurred at
Jt 12:15: p.m. four miles south of

i fARTS Starke The on tractor US-301.trailer truck Local Teachers Receive $315 Raise I

was going too fast to stop for

the warning lights and Bradford County teachers The $500 and more the increases Master's( degree) teachers in County will pay its Rank II will be paid $14,320 Broward
skidded 160-210 feet into the will be receiving a $315 raise custodial force now boasts termed "substantial" by Bradford County is $8,400. The teachers. Again Duval County County. Dade County is
train. Warning lights were this year as all over the state nine full-time personnel. Supt. Jim Temple. raise brought the is in fifth place paying its second in the state paying its
working, according to FliP teacher salaries have been on Custodial personnel, for in from$8,085 but it seems amaP Rank II teachers 8420. Rank III[ teachers $13,420.
Trooper E.D. Phillips."I the rise. stance, recevied pay raises of Base pay for the Rank II next to the $9,139 that Dade
8c Bradford County is on a new
For Rank II Veteran
really feel that he was In Bradford County the base
salarv schedule
that raises the
teachers the highest in the
CRAFTS doing everything he could do for Rank III teacher pay
salary a pay of a returning teacher
to stop but he couldn't, (bachelors ) is state is in Brevard County at
degree 7350. Gas Limited $105 annually. The continuing
Supply $15,200. Dade County its
states witness pays
one eye The highest salary paid to a contract raises pay for each Rank II teachers $14,567.
ShowTUESDAY Thomas Richardson of Rank III teacher in the state is year of experience up to the
Hampton, "Next thing I saw in Dade County where the sum 15th year. The maximum pay that a
was a truck that ran Into the is $8,201. Duval County is fifthin Bradford County Rank III
Clay County is also the
train. the state where the Rank III on teacher can receive is
Stations Closelack continuing contract schedule.
Some
certificate their teachers $110,395. Fora Rank II
AUG.7 "We worked on getting him pays First year Rank III teachersin
out of the truck for about $7,650. teacher the maximum pay
9:30.11:30: : A.M. an Clay County receive $7,500,
Bradford teachers receiveda they can command is $11,445.
hour, states Florida Mich- Major oil company stations of gas. available for the station and an increase of $800 from last
way Patrolman K. G, smaller pay increase that and independents in the by company policy it cannotbe year. The maximum pay thata f
their in
BRADFORDMIDDLE Ethridge, "He was really counterparts most Starke area alike have been distributed to any other Rank III teacher will re
counties, such as Columbiaand The Gulf Station in Guns Stolen
pinned in there! Lawtey
feeling the pinch brought station ceive after 15 years is 10500.
Clay Counties where has closed because the dealer
The truck was going 65 about by the gas shortage. Some independents The base for the
teachers Rank II
SCHOOL received $800 pay quit and Gulf can't find a pay
miles hour and the train however have had to close
per increases. It leaves a starting Major oil distributors are replacement for him. teacher in Clay County is 1 Monday NightNine
was going 15. There were six local down entirely because of the $8,300. The maximum
the
teacher in Bradford $300 able to supply salary
witnesses at the of the The Tenneco Station on lack of
REFRESHMENTSWILL scene gas. the Rank II or fen stolen
below a starting teacher in stations with a limited supplyof North teacher can guns were
accident. Temple Avenue in The Eastern Station SR-
BE SERVED Duval County and$850 below a gas. Most stations areallot' Starke ran out of its allocationfor on command after 15 years is from Starke Builder's Supply
Years before railroad 16 has shut down and the
ago
H of 11300. on East Washington Street, it
------------- starting teacher in Dade the the same amount
c-, ., signals and lights were up two highest in the state.. gas .. .ch month that they the station the month of July. When pumps have been removed. was reported Tuesday July
it will be
people were killed by hitting a that re-opens In Union County base salary 31.
last
received during Super Test 301 South was
on
t r (Community train at the same tracks. A Emphasis in Bradford month. This allocation year system under new dealership because closed down because itcouldn't for Rank III teachers is $7,200. Entry was made throughthe
the former
Buick Convertible hit the train County this year was placed enables the stations to stay dealer Rudolph receive gas from Rank II teachers start at skylight of the roof some
any
fctatr Sank and derailed seven cars. upon a much needed upgrading open during the month until work Crawford has quit and will its distributor in Tampa. The $8,200. Every year that a time Monday night.
A number of other accidents of the school maintenanceand they use up their supply. at the Sunoco Station. station didn't sell enough gas teacher returns will automatically The crime is still under

Ao..r_ ...d u. have occurred in the past custodial forces. Seven Lee's Standard Station alsoon and the hauling of the gas raise their salary by atlon by PatrolmanKennet
T.p ,_k* week: maintenance personnel have Stations are closing, but not North Temple has closed $225. Carlton of the Starke
rr..r-- A car driven by Judson been hired compared to a all are closing because of the for unknown reasons. Gas is (See Page 5)) Veteran Rank III teachers Police Department.




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Birthdays Annlvriorl eY he octal /7ide fP7te J/l/ lOjf" Club Wedding Pr oncl M ting



36ewes! ; Birth
Gladys(; Moot>., Society Editor, 964-7608




Luncheon and WaldenPressleyTo Shower Given Summer: Reucling Program I

Cookout Given ,,' 'Party Set TomorrowAll
J Wed Aug. 10 For Mrs. Duffy ,
r boys and girls who filled Mrs. Martha Minx,
For Mrs. EvansMrs. Mrs. Jean Walden of Waldo Recent Bride their summer days with fun and Librarian, termed this year's
adventure by participating in program a tremendous success,
the
engagementand
Mary Jo Evans, who will announces approaching marriage of Mrs. Robison Duffy, the the Bradford County PublicLibrary's with 161 children participating.

move to Eastman, Ga. this her daughter, Linda, to former Barbara Eggers, a ', "Mysterious
week, was honored at two Talmadge Lamar Pressley, recent bride, was honored at a Readers reading program are
recent parties.. j son of Mrs. Edna Pressley of bridal shower last Thursday invited to a party from 3 to 4 J 181IDtMrs.
afternoon,
On Tuesday of last week Mrs. Starke. night given by Mrs. Rudolph o'clock Friday Bradford
Harry Hatcher and Mrs. Carl The wedding will be an Sapp, Mrs. Gerald Norman, August 3, at the
Hurst entertained with a buffet event of Aug. 10 at 8 p.m. at Mrs. Joe Sapp and Mrs. Eldon County Library.
luncheon for Mrs. Evans at the Laura Baptist Church,Starke Sapp at the home of the latter. Reading certificates will be
Hatcher home. Centering the ..." \.0. .--: All friends and relatives are A yellow and green color returnee! and all participantswill Bert Maddox and familyof
serving table in the dining room invited to attend. scheme was carried out in the enjoy games led by George Little Rock, Ark. were week-
was a multicolored + party decorations. The refresh- Holston. Refreshments will be end guests of Mrs. W, B.
arrangement of zinnias in an ment table was covered with a Kf+ 4 served.Ii.carrllge.j. Mundy.
antique crystal basket. f / Miss Merle Mann white linen cloth and centered
Guests were seated at eight : with an arrangement of yellow Local admittances to Brad-
card tables in the Florida room. marigolds. ford County Hospital this week
Each table was centered with a J .1. To Wed Games with prizes were : include: W L. Reynolds, Frank
miniature arrangement of enjoyed by the 15 guests. Price, Keystone Heights; H. L.
summer flowers, with place Mr. SmithMr. Thomas, Miss Stephanie Green,
cards marking the seating Miss Toni Stone Mrs. Helen Mersereau, Mrs.
arrangement. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Good- Lavonia Griffis and Larry
Assisting the hostesses in ....,*.:t' and Mrs. A.F. (Hasty) DUPLICATE BRIDGE To Wed owns, Starke, announce the Vaughn, Starke Mrs. Ruth
serving were Miss Gayle Mann of Brooker announce the CLUB WINNERS birth of a son, Roy Andrew Wadsley, Lake Geneva Mrs.
Hatcher and Mrs Harry engagement and approaching Ken Fuqua born July 19 in the Alachua Grace Harley, Lawtey Mrs.
Hatcher III.Following. pr marriage of their daughter, Mrs. Edward Burns and T.A. General Hospital. Bertha Hackbarth, HamptonMrs.
lunch, the guest of Merle, to James David Smith, Sundem were the winning Mr. and Mrs.. D.B. Stone Jacqueline Cox, Waldo
honor was presented a personal Sr. of Alachua. couple at Duplicate Bridge announce the engagement of 0000.00..0.0..00... and Mrs. Jewell Quinn, Lake
Tuesday night. Mrs. F.J. Shaw
gift. their daughter, Toni, to Ken Prison Butler.
.. The wedding will be an eventof .and Mrs. J.C. Parker were
Fuqua, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Fuqua is employed by
ct Aug. 31 at 8 p.m. in Dedan second, and Mrs. Paul A. Kenneth Fuqua, all of Starke. Central Florida Heating and .Bullington's now has Collec
Johnson and Mrs. R.W
On Tuesday night of last Baptist Church. Miss Stone is a 1973 Air Conditioning in Tampa. tor's Plates. See us for all of
Fountain were third.
week Mrs. Evans and graduate of BHS and is em- Wedding plans will be announced your party needs.
children, Clarice and Robert, ployed at the Florida State later.
were honored at a cookout at '
'
the Starke Golf and Country $r.f' r.-. .... ,

Club.Hosts were Mr and Mrs. :., .. I"! SAVINGS ARE ON US DURINGou*

R.G. Paterson, Mr. and Mrs.

Robert Robert Taylor Myrick,,Mr.Mr. and and Mrs.Mrs. Vera Louise Padgett Weds [I OPENING:

Joe Robinson, and Mr. and ;

Mrs.families.B. L. Moxley and their Mr. HatnnerIn Raiford., [ Church ,

Supper was served on the Mr and Mrs. Dewitt C. and skirt. She wore a chapel
patio, and the children en- Padgett announce the marriageof length mantilla of Chantilly JIa. IN STARK E Owner George Lewis
joyed swimming in the pool their daughter, Vera Louise, lace and carried a spray of pink
to Paul Turner Hamner, son of carnations with pink ribbon 353 N. Temple Ave.
Shower Given Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hamner. streamers.

The wedding took place July 14 A reception was held in the Serving America Over Yrs. With Guaranteed
For Miss PrevattAt at 7 p.m. in the First Baptist church reception hall. 100
Church of Raiford with Rev Standing in the receiving line
Pine LevelMiss C.F. Padgett,uncle of the bride, were the bride and groom, their Service & SatisfactionFree
performing the ceremony. parents and attendants. Mrs. _
Highlighting the altar were Sandra Padgett kept the guest '
Norma Prevatt, an two standing baskets of white book.
August 10 bride elect, was gladioli and pompoms and pink The bride's table was covered 6- lo. Lo-Suds COUPON Sale
honored at a bridal shower last carnations against a with a white cloth edged with Appliance
Friday night at the Pine Level background of two arch can- lace and centered with a tiered Detergent SALE Prices
Church recreationbuilding. delabra with burning tapers, wedding cake topped with a CREDIT 4 days
Hostesses were Mrs. and garlands of greenery. bride and groom and featuring With Every Delivered
Owen Alvarez, Jr, Mrs. Mark Candles were placed in the a winding staircase of red From TERMS
Moody, Mrs Jimmy Thornton, Washer Sold Only
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Mrs. Jerald Baldwin, Mrs Mrs. Betty Sapp, pianist, and single silver candleholders with Catalog Local Service
Leonard Moore, Mrs. Vernie Wallace Mooneyham, soloist, burning tapers Linda Sue
Thornton, Miss Gloria Crews presented a program of nuptial Alvarez cut the cake.
and Mrs John Kinney music. The punch table was covered \Varcl's\VashersA.re
A pink, blue, and lavender Burnett Strickland attendedas with a white linen cloth edged See Why Wards
color scheme was carried out in best man, and the ushers with lace and centered with a Rated No. In YOUR
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August 2, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 3


of Local InterestMrs.


-
Steve Walker of Fort t
Lauderdale is visiting her Mr.and Mrs.Edward Schwab Mr. and Mrs. James Bur- Mr. and Mrs: Jimmy Rowe
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.H., of Merritt Island and son, nham and family of Largo were and family of Sanford spent the Did You Know 1 fi
Moncrief, this week. Eddie, of Gainesville, and Mr. weekend guests of Mrs. Pearl weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. John Anderson of Edwards. They, with Mr. and Robert Green.
Callahan were visitors of Mrs. Mrs. Franklin Ritch of i
..Leila's Summer Clearance. Myrtle Anderson during the Gainesville, and Mrs. Tom ..Leila's Summer Clearance.
Many items reduced to Mi Price. weekend. Gorman and Miss Helen Many Items reduced to Mi Price.J. That Good
Minnett of West Palm Beach

Mr, and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin ..Bullington's now has Collec- were all Sunday guests of Mr. T. Lawson, who is confinedin
were in Atlanta Saturday at- tor's Plates. See us for all of and Mrs. Douglas Hardy. Alachua General Hospitalwith
tending the 1974 Oldsmobile your party needs. injuries he received in an
showing. .Leila's Summer Clearance. automobile accident on U. S.301 Used
Mrs. Lamar Shaw and son, Many Items reduced to Mi Price. last Friday, had Mr. and Mrs.R. ,4, Car
Kathy Casey and Karen Mike, and Mrs. Joseph Pepe O. Dansby as visitors on ft.
Eiland attended the Gatorland flew to Galveston, Texas last Mrs. C. A. Bauer of Green- Sunday.Mr. .
Band Clinic in Gainesville last week for Mike's burn checkupat ville, Miss is visiting her
week. the Burn Hospital. Mike has broter-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Mowery of Is A Little Like A
been convalescing at home the and Mrs. James Barron, this Houston, Texas are guests of rit
Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and Mrs. past several weeks from burns week. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion for
W. II. Edwards Jr. and children received in a tent fire the early ten days.
spent Saturday night in St. Au- part of summer and received an Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Blood-
gustine and attended the Cross excellent report from his worth and daughters were in Mr and Mrs. Claude Morgan Sirloin
and Sword play. doctor. Quincy over the weekend visit and children, Julie and Mat-
ing Mrs. Bloodworth's parents, thew Griffis, returned last
Mr. and Mrs. C. W Brandon, Tuesday from a month's tour of
Sr. the Western United States and
Canada. They also visited Mrs.
Glen. Neill of Independence, Morgan's parents,Mr. and Mrs.H. .
aass ss>! Mo. is spending three weeks Cexton in Oak View,.Calif.
with his uncle and aunt, Mr. rl. P
and Mrs. Levon Andrews. .Bullington's now has Collec- r
tor's Plates. See us for all of

Jf .Bullington's now has Collec your party needs.
tor's Plates. See us for all of
your party needs. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke and

?You ;])0 not ..Leila's Summer Clearance. sons weekend of with Bradenton her mother spent, Mrs.the
Many items reduced to Mi Price. Shellie Ge'le. The Lockes recently -
moved from Tampa to
Miss Louise Stern has returned Bradenton where Mr. Locke
from a seven-day trip to was appointed manager of the
inherit AngneeJle Costa Del Sol,Spain. Miss Sternis new Nabisco sales branch. Steak?
an Area Distributor for
Rev. and Mrs. Barry Van De-
Luzier Cosmetics, and won the +
trip in a companywide contest. venter and family of Montgomery -
Work While in Spain, she attended Ala. were Saturday
several business seminars con- guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. L.

ducted by Luzier executives, Casey, Jr 'They're Gittin Hard'
and enjoyed a number of s4
mate/ / sightseeing trips and excursions ..Leila's Summer Clearance.
along the scenic coast. Many items reduced to lilt Price.

Sure Mr. and Mrs. William Ward Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bollinger ; "
?fourCltilJren and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Barton spent the weekend with their To Find
have returned from a weekend son-in-law and daughter, Mr. n
trip to Nassau. and Mrs. Jan Douglas, in Tal-
lahassee.Mr. .
Will
.Leila's Summer Clearance. I
Many Items reduced to Mi Price. and Mrs. Curtis Marlowe But AtBaldwin
have moved to Ocala where Mr.
Marlowe will be principal in an
D. S. of Panama
Dansby City
:lite was a Thursday to Sunday elementary school. Chevy
magic needle visitor of. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Mr. and Mrs. Joe NealBelcheand

Dansby.Mr. family of Norfolk, Va. were

/Jedeanl < and Mrs. Robert of visiting their parents, Mr. and
1517 I J.StarLtI Frye OldsWe
Mrs.J.G.Caldwell,and Mrs. A. -
Colonia Aragon, Mexico spent
C. Belche last week.
:lEa.11J last week with her brotherinlaw -
and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
l ,.. .4.J. Barry OW", Eddie Starling, and mother, ..Leila's Summer Clearance. Just Happen To Have A Few
Mrs. Julia Underhill.budgetpleasing Many items reduced to>/i Price.

Mr.and Mrs. James McNeelyand "Look At The OK Used Car Values"
daughter of Lakeland were
last Wednesday and Thursday

60th ANNIVERSARY Mrs.guests Herbert of her parents Thomas., Mr, and 1973 Olds Cutlass "s Coupe 1971 Nova Coupe

WEST BEND
POWER STEERING POWER BRAKES AIR V8 AUTO RADIO & HEATER AIR CONDITIONING
SPECIAL I Mrs. Matha Walker of Sara- CONDITIONING RADIO & HEATER THIS HAS GOT TO BE THE CLEANEST IN TOWN I
sota is spending several weeks LIKE NEW WITH BURGANDY RED PAINT WE SOLD IT NEW ONLY 26000 MILES
with her brother and sisterinlaw AND BLACK VIN'YL INTERIOR
t Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay. $2195


_
BM BBSM |
Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire spent
the first of the week with Mr.
cookware. your and Mrs.W.H.Peebles in Ocala 1973 Buick Luxus Coupe 1971 Dodge Polara 4 Door
while Mr. Peebles was in the
favorite color as hospital. WITH POWER THE BREAKS OPERA AIR WINDOW CONDITIONING POWER STEERING RADIO V8 AUTO TRANS POWER STEERING POWER

a HEAT AUTO TRANS SMELLS BRAKES AIR CONDITIONING 48OOO MILES
..Leila's Summer Clearance. NEW INSIDE CLEAN ONE OWNER SAVE ON THIS ONE
Many Items reduced to Mi Price.

$3988 $1688
Mrs. Sarah Barton of Atlantais
visiting her son-in-law and
daughter, Col. and Mrs. H M.
Hatcher Jr. 1973 Pontiac Catilina Coupe 1973 Chevy Ton PickupROYAL

Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Early BLUE PAINT WITH WHITE VINYL TRIM FULLY EQUIPPED WITH AIR CONDITIONING
returned Monday from a ALMOST NEW WITH ONLY 5.000 V8 AUTO TRANS POWER STEERING POWER
month's trip to Seattle, Wash., MILE ON IT BRAKES LOW MILAGE LESS THAN 100 MILES
Canada, Ohio, and Illinois
visiting friends and relatives. $3988
Mrs. Early's sister, Mrs. $3999
Evelyn Standard and Mrs.
Annettie Junkins of West

Frankfurt them for a, week's 111. returned visit. with 1973 Buick Century Coupe 1971 Olds Tornado Coupe


ColorsAvocado r -.,. ..Leila's Summer Clearance. SOLID GOLD PAINT WITH TAN VINYL TRIM FULLY LOADED WITH ALL FACTORY OPTIONS
Many items reduced to'j Price. THIS IS A LOVELY CAR IN EVERY WAY BURGANDY WITH BLACK VINYL TOP
.1

Green Mrs. Clyde Sinclair was at
New Smyrna Beach last Wed- $3788
Or Harvest GoldAll nesday to Friday as guest of $3495
Mr.and Mrs. W. W. Vickers. On
Saturday she visited her daughter -
Evelyn, in Orlando.Mr. 1972 Chevy Kingswood Estate I 1970 Plymouth Satalite CoupeFULLY

and Mrs. John
Whelcheland
LOADED AND IN PERFECT SHAPE LIKE NEW IN EVERY WAY DARK GREEN
with NO-STICK interiors! $ Mrs. Hugh Whelchel of San- FOR THE ROAD.VERY CLEAN AND SHARP WITH POWER STEERING POWER BRAKES
ford
were Sunday visitors of
AIR CONDITIONING NEW WHITE SIDE
WALL
95
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade. RADIAL TIRES
19

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pepe of $3495 $1995
7 pc. SET Miami are spending this month
with Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Shawat

Kingsley Lake. 1972 Nova Coupe 1971 Ford Torino Coupe

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews
1 QT. SAUCE PAN Put colorful cookware excitement into your kitchen spent several days last week V8 AUTO TRANS POWER STEERING AND AIR POWER STEERING POWER BRAKES AIR
with Mrs. Lila Shaw at Gerton, CONDITIONING ONE OWNER CAR WITH ALMOST CONDITIONING
VINYL TRIM LESS
COVER FOR 1 QT. SAUCE PAN with this new West Bend 60th Anniversary Speciall! N. C. They also spent several NEW RADIAL TIRES 40000 MILES NICE THAN

2 QT. SAUCE PAN Pans are genuine porcelain-on-aluminum days in Charleston, S. C, before
fadeprooi stain-resistant and returning home Sunday.
COVER FOR 2 QT. SAUCE PAN dishwasher-safe. $2695
In Avocado $1895
It 54T. DUTCH OVENROASTERwith green ..Leila's Summer Clearance.
CHICKEN matching epoxy-on-aluminum covers. Many items reduced to'. Price.
It 10" -FRYER-SKILLET
Comfortable handles have flame guards and holes j
COVER FITS 10" SKILLET AND
for hanging. And each is
DUTCH OVEN pan rugged, even-heating Mr. and Mrs. Earl Eckford r
aluminum with scratch-resistant NON-STICK of Twin Lakes were Sunday

plus Recipe Booklet finish for easy cleaning. Come seal! visitors Huggins.Mr. of. Mr and Mrs. George

1

and Mrs. Marc Jackson
and daughters spent Thursdayto
I r Sunday at Disney World and
i
South Florida. -I ,
r toR iZ
Denmark Mrs. W. H. Hart visited her Z
eUt/ITTlR Furniture Co. Of Stake son-in-law and daughter Mr. as 901 tarn nora 9t>75oo
v\ and Mrs. Ronald Crawford, and
t L ER0T son Saturday.in Ocala last Tuesday to STARKE FLORIDA

i
-
"Sooner Or Later Your Favorite Dealer'Events '

ICALL ..Leila's Summer Clearance.
PHOMf M4-MI; STaallu, pt.ollD4 Many Hems reduced to I. Price.





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Page 4 TELEGRAPH August 2, 1973



. ,. County Gets Easy Budget J : Motel Room ''Theft Under InvestigationOne I

black and white 'from Underwood's Motel on objects missing.The .

(From Page 1)) judiciary expenses. Brown Millage for the County FTEEiNOW television two bed pillows and Us-301 north of Starke late people had an impropertag

$24,334.75, which is paid from said that the State Legislatureis Health Department remainedthe one lawn chair were stolen Saturday, July 29, to about the on a car from St. Peters
according
the general fund and supposed to appropriatefunds same as last year at .569, 'daybreak, Sheriff's burg a four door white
$84,038.40 for his office and the for the judiciary but will bring in slight Increase Bradford County Mercury, and were listed
Bond Sales .
budgets at the net( legislative from $29,483.80 in 1972- Department.A under a false name.
session, relieving the countyof 73 to $31.613.31 in the new a
this expense.All budget due to the increased HitllO52 black man and woman The motel is owned by Mr.
assessment roll. THE LAWby rented a room Saturday night and Mrs. Ross M. Lyons of
county employees (non- and left early that morning.The .
theft is
; PERSONALSMr. Starke,The still under
S. L.
Peek Bradford
Jr.
elective) were granted raises, Bradford County Hospital maid went in to clean the investigation.
ranging from ten per cent for asked and received $66,000 a County Volunteer Savings room when she noticed the
road department and slight decrease from the Bond chairman, reported
mosquito control workers bond sales in the county
in the
$66,816.88 budgeted I Frank WilliamsRepresentative
and Mrs. Robert N. during June
down to five per cent or more current fiscal year. were $11,052.
Miller of Jacksonville were for other employes. This was The county reached 57.1 per Judge Sander:s Completes
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. done in lieu of increasing The motor vehicle cent of its 1973 sales goal at
C. G. Hill. The Hills also have as insurance benefits, and to help tion station's budget of the end of June.. Sales of ihool
a guest this week, her brother, meet cost of living increases, was approved, inspec'l District 25 Series E & H United Savings Two WeckSElzie
M-Sgt. Samuel Russell of Gun- Brown said. per cent raise for r Bonds in Florida during June Bradford sent with the news release
ter AFB. ployees.Tax C were$11,9 million-up 15.9 percent S. Sanders about the school disclosed that
Civil Defense Director Assessor Long and Tax ill over June 1972. Florida County Court judge recently two of the Florida
Charles Hardy was granted a Collector Kelly submitted 1 residents purchased $79.2 completed an intensive two- and county
judges are women,
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Strayhornof six per cent pay increase and identical totals of$41,000 each Representative "Frank Williams (D) District 25 will begin a million in bonds the first six week post graduate judicial man has a beard with long one
Wildwood were Monday visitors more funds to pay for additional representing a $1,300 increasefor weekly column in The Telegraph newspaper this week entitled months of this year- an in- education program at the hair below his ears.
of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Ha- help. His budget totaled Kelly and $2,044 for Long "Know The Law." crease of $8.6 million over the National College of the State Eighty-seven judges from

zen. $27,032. for the operation of their of The column will center on recent legislation passed by the same period last year. The Judiciary judges attended. states participated in the 27
fices.. Florida Legislature and how it effects the citizens of the state attained 59.6 per cent of 18 county pro-
of to the District and the State of Florida. its sales goal June 30. from Florida. A group picture gramSILVERMANS
Donations $10,000
information medium the public is
Strictly a non partisan
Development Authority, invited recommend to Improve the column.
$5,000 to the Fair Association, always to ways .. ". -Editor DOWNTOWN '
$6,500 for the Cham-ber of
Commerce,and$500 to the Su- The Legislature's isomers and derivatives is a I
River Authority felony of the first decree witha
wannee piecemeal approach to
bord remained the same. The criminal code revision was maximum .penalty of 30( SiIv
*mzmrJ.
mar mental health program received continued in the 1973 session. years in jail.

an appropriation of Although the bill containingthe In addition, the bill providesthat
$10,880 and the $18,000 maJcr portion of the a court in its discretion,
currently going to DeWitt C. substantive criminal law did
"ALL YOU CARE TO EA T ambulance service may expunge all official SEMIANNUALCLEARANCE
Jones for not pass, some important bills records of an individual case,
was diverted to the new multi-
provided the charge was for
did.Among
county ambulance setup.. those passed are the
f BANQUET FACILITIES possession only and the of-
The 8.6801 millage figure adoption of the Florida fense is the individual's first.

I *** **** ** ** ** set by the board was the levy Prevention Comprehensive and Drug Control Abuse Act, The only records that will be SAVE ON
Assessor
J COCKTAILS submitted by of Long the revision of the law con retained will be those nonpublic -
under provisions a new SUITSSPORTCOATS
act trolling juvenile cases and the records kept by the
1 legislative requiring statewide Department of Law En-
grand act.
jury
to limit their millageto
Summer hours counties forcement which will be usedin .
that will raise the This week will take
a figure we a
11AM-2:30PM & subsequent criminal
4:30PM-8:30PM Sat
Mon any
same amount of taxes on the look at the Florida Com-
where the .
11:30AM 8:30PM on SUNDAY ; new assessment roll, as was prehensive Drug Abuse prosecution individual is a defendant.same This SLACKS
raised by present millage on Prevention and Control Act,
act became effective July 1, .
the current roll. CS for HB 1752. This vitally FURNISHINGS
FEATURING EVERY WEEK-END 1973.
needed piece of legislation
Since the taxable value of ALL FROM OUR REGULAR
combines Chapters 398 and In next week's column we

Friday Alaskan King Crab Claws the higher new than assessment the previous roll year was, 404, Florida Statutes to will focus on the revision of STOCK!
provide for the regulation of the law controlling juvenilecases.
the had to be reducedto
Steak millage prescription drugs and For further in-
Saturday any
raise the same amount of HARTSCHAFFNER AND
). significantly increases formation contactRepresentative MARX KINGSRIDGE
taxes ($482,328.11)
Sunday-Turkey & Dressing To the the cut penalties for the sale or Frank
from 9.307 mills taxpayer for fiscal 1972- possession of illegal drugs. Williams, P.O. Box 1063, CRICKETEER JOHNNY CARSON, HASPEL,

73 to 8.6801 in the new budgetwill Starke, Florida 32091 PBM AND
The bill provides that the 964-7202. DEANSGATE.
telephone:
lllllUlllIlB mean a savings of about penalties for possession or
he % 63 cents on each $1,000 of tax sale of marijuana remain the

I able assessment. same. The penalty however, NOT OUR ENTIRE STOCK IS ON SALE. BUTA
0C\0\ ii Sweden sAe for the possession with the
Xi+Trq .dam\ft LARGE SELECTION. ALL NATIONALLY KNOWN
S? 'oi intent to sell, actual sale, or
AND TOP QUALITY
delivery of narcotics in-
Inil AOC0
House &0 Once again a call goes out cluding heroin and morphine,
?\ L / for determining our national cocaine or their isomers or
...111111. & priorities. It will at least be a derivatives is now a felony of
step toward unity when we the second degree with a SUITS SPORT COATS
2400 S.W. 13* St. at llvtis. Genius are all mad at one another maximum penalty of 15 years. AND

about one thing at a time.
Gainesville, Flu. 376-8257 Possession, sale or deliveryof Buy Savings Bonds
tt ten grams or more of
heroin, morphine or their


Legal NoticeTHIS REDUCED 20 /O



REPORT TO BE RETURNED TO THE GOVERNMENT'OF'

I SUITS $124 1 $ 6 8
STARKE CIT4'DEPARTMENT were 15500 to 85 .... NOW! to

OF THE TREASURY HAS USED ITS REVENUE SHARING PAYMENT e t h
OFFICE OF REVENUE SHARING $

1900 PENNSYLVANIA AVE N W. FOR THE PERIOD BEGINNING COATS were 11500 to 65 ..... NOW!( 92 to $52
WASHINGTON. DC 20226
ENDING JUN 30. 1973
JAW 1., 197Z


(IL) DEBT How has Ihe availability of' revenue sharing funds affected the IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER BASED UPON A SIZES INCLUDE LONG, EXTRA LONG, EXTRA LARGE,

borrowing requirements of your jurisdiction'. c,3 AND SHORTS, AS WELL AS REGULAR SIZES. CI1 i iQ
TOTAL PAYMENT OF $\23 I 291
WAIST LENGTH AND SLEEVE ALTERATIONS
AVOIDED DEBT INCREASE NO EFFECT FREE.
B 8 ACCOUNT NO. '. NOMINAL CHARGE) FOR OTHER ALTERATIONS. 81
TOO SOON TO
LESSENED DEBT INCREASE .
PREDICT EFFECT 10 2 004 004 W

----------
(1M) TAXES In which of the following manners did the availabiHy of STflRKE CITV SELECTED GROUP
Revenue Sharing Funds affect the tan levels of your juris Doubltknit and Texturizcd Knit d
CITY CLERK WORSTED AND
diction Check as many as apply 1 DACRON/WOOL

STfVRKE FLQRIM J 32091 DACRON/BLEND
ENABLED REDUCING THE i REDUCED AMOUNT Of RATE SLACKS v
O 0
RATE OF A MAJOR TAX I INCREASE Of A MAJOR TAXrlx SLACKS

PREVENTED INCREASE IN
| 0 NO EFFECT ON TAX LEVELS
RATEOFAMAJORTAX Over 1000 pro fo choose from.

PREVENTED ENACTING Nationally adv brands flARE AND STRAIGHT lEG STYlES
O [0[ TOO SOON TO PREDICT EFFECT
A NEW MAJOR TAXOPERATINGMAINTENANCE VALUES TO 35.00


PRIORITY ACTUAL EXPENDITURES PERCENT SCENT ACTUAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES PERCENT USED FOR .__ s
.
USEO'CI USED(OR PURPOSE 20 % 1 099 2PR
EXPENDITURE EXPENDITURES MAINTENANCE, IWOR EXPENDITURES LAND DEBTRETIREMENT REDUCED! ,
Of UISII G t"'NOSD (El) EQUIPMENT KOWSTrUTIW1C ACQUISITION
CATEGORIES (A) (IB) (IF)
SERVICES ,IC, SERVICE (101| ) HI) (III IJI._ 21,00

PUBLIC 1 SAFETY $ % % I 10 MULTIPURPOSE .AND $ % % %[ %
GENERAL GOVT were $20.00 to $35.00

2 SIZES 28 thru 42
ENVIRONMEPROTECTONNTAL I $ 9312.00 100 % % EDUCATION 11 $ % % %[1 % CUFFING FREE
1 600to 2800
3 NOW
TRANSPORTATION PUBLIC $ a/0; % HEALTH 12 $ DID % 01'' %



4 HEALTH $ % % I TRANSPORTATION 13 $ 2U757.00 10 %, 90 % % Short Sleeve

14
5 RECREATION $ Yo Yo I SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT $ % % % % SELECTED GROUP

DRESS SHIRTS KNIT'
15 HOUSING .
I
8 LIBRARIES $ % 0/0 I COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT' $ % % %', % SPORT SHIRTS

7 16 I
SOCIAL POOR $ % % I ECONOMIC $ % % %I % From our regular stock!
FOR AGED I, DEVELOPMENT_ ,_ _;, __ .._ SIZES S-M-l.XL
8 17 Hathaway, Manhattan, Values to 14.00
FINANCIALADMINISTRATION $ % % /ENVIRONMENTAL $ I % % O0 I % Madison. Knits and
I CONSERVATION. .
--- $ 99
9 TOTAL ACTUAL :; dacron blends. Wash and wear.
: !
; ;
OPERATINGWAINTENANCt ;:;; : I 18 !r Q Yot 7
IXPINDITLJRES $ f 9312.00 ? / PUBLIC SAFETY. .$ I 0 % %Ii
-
t (IN) CERTIFICATION (Please Read Instruction I RECREATION 19 $ o/c o/c 0/0'1' % R't_ Shnd$9 Rsg$11to$14 2 FOR 15.00

The news media have been advised that a complete copy CUt TURE
of this report has been published in a local newspaper of general 200THERlSper_;;;;7;; -Electric PlajnTqPist. -.". NOW! NOW! ODD AND END GROUP
circulation I have records documenting the contents of this report 'o/c' o/c %I %
and they are open for public and news media scrutiny S:;Vq Y .
Additionally I certify that I am the chief executive officer 21 OTHER----Sptcilyl 599 899 599 1 11 100

and with respect to the entitlement funds reported hereon I $ 100% % % %
9312.00 2
FOR
certify 1 that they have not been used .in violation of either the -
priority enpenditure requirement (Section 103)) or the matching 22QTHRfpecdyl" 2 FOR 11.00 2 FOR 17.00
funds prohibition (Section 1041 of the Act I $ % % %1 % KNIT AND DACRON/COTTON

.
---- ---
IP) TRUST FUND REPORT 1---- : <
CAPITAL' ACTUAL S."E"OI $ 5:? %: P;;:; ...,;f<%:@: q L ASSORTED GROUP TIES 399

I TUBES.w ._74069___ 00 -h- / -, .7 -<:::- / /; Values to 7.50 700
Revenue Sharing Funds Received 2 FOR

Thru June 30 1973. . S12 2.iiil h__ i. _/ _

I ... __
Interest Earned $ -________ it'lZf TI '
PHCERJ: .I.f

Total Funds Available S12J28100__ A.Y /,; ljI PLEASE AI L SALES 514'ZIJ

NAME ft TITLE PLEASE PRIM* / (_J" FINAL ON
Amount pended. S 78 I
2777-3. 8-2-73
-- -I Bradford County Telegrap PARK ONE HOUR FREE

Balance S 9.55.0.1 !..22. .__ II NAMt ni NEWSPAPER DArE PUBUSMfD SALE MERCHANDISE ON ht FED. BANK lOT


SILVERMANS-OOWNTOWN


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August 2, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 5


Confession I I'"t. r With I

\\.i.... Jo I I Coping Coughs
<
(From Page 1)) .. .._.. "'" I -
One of" the most worrisome the lungs become damaged and
to be tried :
the
on double
and
used
things about chronic bronchitisis excel air
murder. "This became more what it can becomeEm- carbon dioxide. Instead of
apparent as questioning wenton behaving like tiny rubber
physema.A
said Reddish. L cough that comes and goes, balloons that can fill with air
The two Keystone Heights one that never completelyclears and then shrink to expel the air
women were found dead by a up, can be a symptom of when their necks are opened,
beauty shop customer Nov. 30, vt chronic) bronchitis without too the little sacs look more like
1971. Both bodies were nearly much difficulty. But chronic plas tic balloons that inflate and
nude and had been shot bronchitis can beand often is- stay the same shape even after
several times with two a forerunner of a much more their necks are open. Used air
pistols. A truck driver was serious disease of the lungs, lingers in the plastic like little
the last person who reported emphysema. Once emphysema balloons, and people with
seeing Valarie alive, on Nov. develops, which can happen emphysema feel as i it they are
30 as she was walking betweentwo after years of heavy smoking, drowning in a sea of air.
men from the beauty shop I IA the situation is vastly more One of the best ways to prevent
toward a car.. The driver complicated. both these diseases of the lungsis
told authorities he saw two Smoking is a major cause of not to smoke. To find out
men leaving the beauty shop both diseases. With chronic more about all kinds of lung
with a teenage girl fitting Va- bronchitis, the hacking diseases contact your local
larie's description when he ? "smoker's cought" usually is lung association; they have thefacts. .
stopped his rig in the beauty worse in the mornin on arising .
shop parking area about 8:55: *? ., > '- iwft-S4i'2ft? fiS4i Bit This is because smoking
a.m. to fill out his trip log. damages the lining of the air 1he Old 1r/71Wl
passages of the lungs, and
The driver said the men and
the girl were walking single >* ****. &&. excess the passages mucus, accumulates particularly at in ,CG
file with the girl in the middle.He ( 1
The is
night. cough an attemptto
said one of the men had his and ( f"lJllJ
hand in his coat.. Until the \ The shot is taken from the east side of US-301 clear the passages i -(
the j
breathe freer. Over ,
view further from the wrecked truck years G J
late discovery of the skeletonof away
and on the north side of the railroad tracks. A however this kind of relatively -
Valarie on June 27, 1972 shows the train engine and several derailed cars "
become the Jjy
1
wet cough can p :
near Starke, no further trace close-up of the trucks wreckage is shown on Page 1. dry cough of emphysema.In ;,

was Valarie's found to the murders or emphysema, it is difficult to "1 ha iliflVrrnr brtwn.u
disappearance force air or mucus out throughthe
un oplitninl and l
though rumors abounded and 11i pr'MMlmIMI1M
authorities endless air passages.One reason for II i that tinliilKr i 1M l..rInf.r"ed.
hours checking spent out every Truck Slams Into Train this is that the tiny air sacs of I ."
lead.. /C* .ftnmn l'
\' ram age': !

Nathaniel Wright made an The Wright-Brown collision James Thomas Lawson was left at the scene of the ac struck a vehicle driven by I FI '
improper change of lane and happened one mile north of headed South on US-301 and a cident. George William Lewis July I ONLY THE VERY RICH
struck a car driven by Charles Lawtey on US-301; Trooper E. car pulled out in front of it The two men were taken to 31, at 8:13: a.m.
Lavaughn Brown on the left D. Phillips investigated the from Center Street. Lawson the Bradford Hospital then Freddie David Wilkinson, 1'I
LAFAYETTE side, July 28, about 2:10: p.m. accident. applied his brakes and went immediately rushed to the driving a car, was headed CAN AFFORD CHEAP
No one was injured and Two men were injured whena into a skid sideways and Gainesville Hospital.A south on Orange Street at
Wright was arrested for no car pulled out in front of struck another vehicle driven 1970 Buick Coupe drivenby approximately 45 m.p.h. and I AIR CONDITIONINGQuality
RaIlo Eleetroii! ICS valid driver's license and another July 27 at 7:45: p.m. by Fredrick Mack in the front. Angela Apodaca Stock, could not stop for the stop signat
improper change of lane. A 1972 sedan driven by Another car was involved but Jacksonville, struck a vehicle W. Call St. and went across
:a70U lV >"lM>rr-I Lizenbee while he was goingto and turned around facing
; Flu. $1,230,000, Loan Announced For Shopping CenterA make a left turn onto Pratt north, July 28, at 7:25: p.m. BROWN REFRIGERATIONAIR
St. from US-301 July 28 at 5:47:
I will be located The tree was on Mrs. E. J.Dowling's CONDITIONING .
I'h373-6196: ; mortgage loan com on a 9.93 acre p.m.A .
----_-------- mitment of $1,230,000 for the site on the southwest side of Major tenants for the new property and $100
Bradford Square Shopping US-301, Starke. There will be shopping center will be Winn- 1973 Mack trailer tractor worth of damage was done. WEATHERTON HEAT PUMPS
HeadquartersFor Center in Starke was an- 78,000 square feet of rentable Dixie Stores Inc. T. G. & Y. driven by William O'Neil Wilkinson was arrested for "
nounced July 20, by New York space with parking for 500 and Eckerd Drugs. Carter started backing up and careless driving. I .226. S. Walnut St. Starke 964-7731
Life Insurance Company.The cars. Construction is expectedto .
new shopping complex be completed in November. -


CB City Election ,
Gas Supply .
(From Page 1))

(From Page 1)) for the two council seats, d'L Clearance
groups 2 and 4, the policechief's
tl'('('(Sxorr t.:, from Tampa was costly so the job, and the city. clerk's ,
station was closed.
& job.Acting Chief Bill Chambersand
Most local distributors feel
they can keep allocating the Jimmy former Bowen city have councilman recently
EfJlliplllt'1l' gas unless the situation gets qualified to run in the police
tighter. chief race. Former Chief Bill
Hours have been cut and Rosser has announced his 1fAt
stations are closed on Sundaysas intentions of running again for I IQj.
the dealers try to make the job.
Top Value their gas last until the first of Incumbent Councilman ..-.- .
each month when they can Vernon Silcox has already '
Down to earth receive more gas barring any qualified for re-election to his e.
drastic in the 4 and has to
changes Group post yet
I'rices situation.. have drawn any opposition. ( Cc S as Famous Brand Name Merchandise

For The Entire Family



UNEXPECTED CALL ? : ie r. eL Jre6JeJrc MEN'S MEN'SI1lie

I weLredleA DACRON &: WOOL DACRON &: WOOL

Of course you, tonight.we'd love You'll to see be Sizes 3 f/iru 1372Z' miJJi &'(}'"- Suits Suits

here about 9:00: o'clock? I groupiizei (? f)J VALUES UP j \ VALUES UP
Great! ..JWIm. {//ear[ TO $89.95Now ;.. TO $135.00
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for snacks While .) KNIT ; ;" KNIT

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have to have JaJitlJ r ( $ I group Slacks ',
Sport
something to nibble FLARES & 1 t i':

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THE ANSWEROur 01; ; .
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shelves are stocked with a great t t;? 2S ih1id1? KNIT

assortment of guest-pleasing snack =' ShirtsREDUCED

foods. No need to worry about the ,.
time.we're open early and close late. 7 a ; s:1' TO

Just so we can solve these problems for
you. No need to thank us! goo
SHORT SLEEVE 1 GROUP
WE ENJOY WHAT WE DO! a f a la DACRON & COTTON

DON'T YOU? ,1 = Knit Shirts LONG SLEEVE

w' .1\GROUP $600 Shirts
,
I OPEN FROM 7:00: TO 11:00: EVERY DAY I 1 table of C 1 GROUP $000 Reduced to $500

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Merchandisevalues Thorn McAn

to 2500 & Sport ear ShoesNOW

) FOR THE ENTIRE .
HandiUauFOOD ..
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Cancer Fund Raisers No Smoking The Judge Will Have A Fit !



Honored At LuncheonThe "Don't light up any It proved the most amusing County jail.Defendants. possessed a valid driver's Thomas Rodgers,Norris Julian, Carlos Alan Smith Leroy,
cigarettes in courtbecause comment made in a routine who pled not license. Defendants were: Dinsmore James
the judge will have a fit," plea day session drawing a guilty will have a later trial David Maruca, David William Betty Edward Jean Gibson, David Robert
Annual Awards Luncheonfor equipment. Most equipment is which is expected to increasethe stated Deputy Sheriff Robert laugh from the defendants are: Padgett, Robert Earl Hall, Hosick, Jennie Lue Dupree,
the Clay County Unit of the loaned for 60 to 90 days but year's total dollars collected. Green of the Bradford County present."I William Kenneth Sumpter, and Alfred Swafford. Kenneth A. Wilson, Andrea

American Cancer Society was cancer patients may use the Sheriff's Department just didn't realize I improper change of lane; Roy Hogan Cray Walter Harry
held Thursday, July 26, at the equipment for as long as is before Plea Day sessions and there was goingso Edward Knight, reckless Moore, William Kenneth
Homestead Restaurant in necessary. Becauseofthe growth of Clay Tuesday morning at 9 a.m. fast for it stated was no excuse driving; Herbert Earnel Doris Branford Carter, Fehring, Dale S. Huber,
Keystone Heights. County and the service now Johnny Clark, violation of right of- charged with unlawful speed, Deborah Hansen,, Ernest
Mrs. Clark expressed ap- being provided by its unit of the Powell to Judge Elzie S. way; and George F, Geotz- sentenced to a fine of $41 or Cowart and Thomas
Simon ,
President Bill Hester of preciation to the ladies in American Cancer Society, those High Speed Sanders, presiding. man, careless driving. four days in jail. .
Orange Park presided over the Penney Farms who made and present at the luncheon voted to Powell was charged with Five cases were dismissedby Charles Pressley, no valid Selby.Others who forfeited bond
order of business and presented donated dressings to the Loan install a central telephone to unlawful speed and fined $36 Judge Sanders when defendants driver's license, $21 or two are:
awards to many volunteers for Closet and to the American service the county. There will or three days in the Bradford proved they days.Ronald.
outstanding efforts in this Cancer Society for its $250 be a number which will be Car Crash Ray Bentley, Foye Quinton O'Steen, no
year's crusade donation for maintenance and published in all areas of the unlawful speed, $41 or four valid inspection certificate.
the purchase of new equipment.This County and those needing days.Daniel.
Mrs. Carlton Clark of Mid- service or wanting to volunteer YouthSterling Goods Valued At 2,000 Littleton Phillips, im Johnny James McCutchen,
dleburg, chairman of the service can call.Nominations Hurts proper tag, $26 or two days. no valid driver's license
Services Committee, reportedthat year's public educationon for President for leaving scene of accident anddriving
Clay County had five cancer tripled over last year 1973-74 were held and Montie M. Esford, 19, of Lost StoreIn Browne Carroll Altman, un- while intoxicated.
terminal cancer patients and and the education on program Montgomery was elected. Lake Butler, received minor By Raiford lawful speed, $36 or three David James, driving on
over 30 who were receiving being planned for next year is After Mr. Montgomery's injuries when he drove his car days. side.
assistance from the Clay hoped to be even better. This acceptance speech, Mr. Hester at a high rate of speed into the Lee Penny, no valid driver'slicense wrong
County Nursing Service. She report came from James began the awards presentation: rear of a slower moving Theft Last Saturday $51 or five days. Roy Wayne Braswell,
also stated that others had Catlett of Gainesville, the Those receiving awards were vehicle in Lake Butler early Dewey Everett Rogers, careless driving.
received assistance from the American Cancer Society Staff Mrs. Betty Hauk of Green Cove Sunday, July 29. unlawful speed, $26 or two Jr.
American Cancer Society in the Member assisting Clay county Springs for public educationMrs. An estimated $2,000 worth of and clothing, including 80 or days.Freddie. Thomas Manning. care-
area of transportation for Volunteers as well as 14 other Minnie Lou Clark of Florida Highway articles were stolen from the more pairs of knit slacks. About Barnes Huntley less driving.
treatment and medication.Mrs. counties. Middleburg for outstanding Patrolman K. G. Eldridgesaid Griffis Department Store at $1 in cash was taken from the Driscoll, driving while Intoxicated Zachary Randolph Edwards
Mrs. Margaret the car struck by Raiford in a theft believed to store register. The loss was not $151 or 30 days and careless driving..
Clark maintains and Montie Montgomery of services'of; Orange Park as trea- Esford's car was driven by 20- have occurred between 4 and 6 covered by insurance. her license roked for 90 days.
operates the Loan Closet for Keystone Heights, Crusade Waring surer) Mrs. Maude Green of year-old Richard Blount of a.m. last Saturday morning. her license revoked for 90 Bennie Sylvester certificate.Norris, no
Clay County, which is spon- chairman for 1972-73, said that Middleburg as secretary; and Lake Butler and that the Sheriff John Whitehead said it days. valid inspection
sored by the Nursing Council. Clay County went 50 percentover Montie Montgomery as Crusade collision occured: at about 2:30: Entrance to the store was is not known whether the theft Donald Stephen Lewis, Eddie Lee Thomas, no valid
side doorsof
The Loan Closet contains a.m. on SR-231 within the gained through two $26 or two
last year and has collected chairman. was related to others that have unlawful speed, driver's license.
suppies such as hospital beds, 12089.05 and is still receiving Montgomery then presentedawards city limits. the building. The lock was plagued Lake Butler vicinity in days.
wheel chairs, etc. which are donations. He also indicated to the area vice presidents pried off the door fronting on recent weeks.. He said that Joy Mealing Dowling, Wayne McGee Snyder,
loaned to persons in Clay there is one more special event who are: Mrs. Rhea driven Eldridge bv Esford said that the car Highway 121, and the door on number of tires had disap-- unlawful speed, $26 or two driving while intoxicatedOra
belonged to side of the
County who are in need of such planned for the crusade HeightsMrs. the opposite buildingwas peared from in front of a Lake days.Edwin.
year Johnson, Keystone his father, Don Esford, and broken off its hinges. It is Griffis Marra, driving
Millet, Park Butler service station Davis, unlawful
Ann Orange that Blount had borrowed the known the thieves recently while Intoxicated.
Mrs. Doris Willis, Green Cove car he was driving from a not found it why to break and that .he window has been speed, $26 or two days.
Springs Mrs. Maybelle friend. two necessary doors. smashed in front of a conven- bonds J. C. Brown, no valid
GAINESVILLE Manning, Middleburg, and for through ience store, but only a few pack- Those who forfeited driver's license.
the Bike-A-Thon, Mrs. Teddie Both drivers were chargedin Among the articles taken ages of weiners were stolen. for unlawful speed are:

Ryan. the accident- Blount with were a black and white TV set, Marchant, Doyle Ansel, no valid
William Henry
having no valid driver's belonging to an employee of the Two Lake Butler bars have Ynette driver's license and failure to
Business DirectoryAUTO Clay County School System license and Esford with store, and a quantity of shoes, been hit for varying amounts of Carolyn Dollarhite, Marion FlordMichaelLee Smith. appear in court.
also received a plaque expressing reckless driving. miscellaneous merchandise, cash, the Sheriff said
appreciation for its cooperation
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SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES in the "Mouse to

College" Program in the RainAboveAv
BRASINGTON Johnson& Paris, Inc. schools. Mrs. Ryan presented a July
certificate of recognition to Bill
CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS -
Owens of Florida Crown React
SALES & SERVICE Insecticide P.t SupplitsFERTILIZERS for its assistance with radio .
Fin. election of Used Cart communication during the ALAUGUST
Taken We R.nt Fertiliser Spreaders
On Cadillac Trades Bike-A-Thon.
An average of 13 inches of
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378.5301 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476 Other awards went to volun- rain has fallen on the county in

teers, to numerous to men July through the 30th, 2.13 inches _
BEAUTY ACADEMY vice-
GLASSPOWELL'S tion. But the area
more than the 50 year
presidents expressed a heart- average of 10.87 inches for the
LIDDELL felt thank you for all of the seventh month.
assistance they were given in SALEEvery
Beauty AcademyLearn making this year's crusade the With rain measured in the

a Profession( In YourSpore Glass Company success it was. county seven days of the week
In closing, Mr. Hester expressed from July 23-30, the Forestry
Tim. Full Port "Gloss For Ev.ry Purpose'Tim.
or
for the
his gratitude .
Department reports 5 7 inches
Store Fronts Mirrors help he received from all of the falling at the new River fire Once In A While You Can Get A Lot

219 N.W. 10 th. 378.2766 Tub Enclosures Showers volunteers and Mr. Mont- tower, 4.4 inches at Santa Fe
Furnitures Tops Gloss gomery hoped that they would tower on US-301 south, and
continue to assist him in the 1.1 inches at the Louis Hill For-
Replaced You
More Than Pay
year to come.Police. tower at Highland.
ELECTRIC NEW LOCATION
One fire was reported Such An Occasion lain Progress At Cox'a
Motor Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville during the week to the Forest

Of Gainesville. Inc. 372.8191 372.1102R.pairingRewinding Issue Service. An electrical short-
age caused a fire and severe
PICTURE FRAMES smoke damage to Larry Hen- .
New And Used New Service ry's house trailer in New Throughout Our 3 Floors
Savings
2816 N.W 6th Ph. 372.8318 Creative River.

Custom Framing 1 For VacationsThe
MOVERS With, Little change of weather fora "
B; 4-day period Of 20% And More ,
Long Distance. Moving A Starke Police Depart- nesday, scattered beginning thunder Wed-
Storog. Packing PerienalToiKh ment has initiated a new service -
showers, and few patches of
to the citizens of Starke
Crating Shipping early morning ground fog, is
who plan on taking vacationsor
Free Estimates Oval Matt Prints Originals predicted.
Call
will be out of town for a few
Wildlife Drawings Etching days.

372-4366 373-4610 Information sheets will be Ward Catalog
200 N. E. 16th. 3731 W, Univ.'
available at the Police ..
MUSIC Department for citizens to fill
Van Service, Inc. out insuring frequent checksby Store To Open
the Police Department of
3540 N.E. Woldo Rd. G'ville BALDWIN their home and while
property Montgomery Ward will opena
372-4271 away. catalog sales agency here in II 1t '
PIANOS A ORGANS Police hope the program Starke on August 2 as a part of
AUTO SALES SERVICE will result in a cut down of the company's statewide

BLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS residential break-ins. expansion program. ; 'I I

CMS., INC. Mr. and Mrs. George Lewisof II f 1 i ,

at.ocvr "",-, ,,,,,,,- VA Home Loan SR-16 west are of the owners 1, "i a
and operators the agency
MUSIC Co. here. Mrs. Lewis is the former
Interest Rate Linda Leach of Starke and
G'ville Shopping Cen. both she and her husband c.

Factory Authorized. 372.5351 Up To 7.75% graduated from BHS in 1964.
POM'cSol.
Before operating the Mont
..- Parts-Service Ward Mr.
210 N. Man Gainesville, Fla. Maximum permissible gomery Agency
Lewis served.with the Florida
interest rate on home loans
3Z2-2583
National Guard at It.
Kirk Mtillf guaranteed by the Veterans Camp
? Nsms Blanding _and did time t
CAMPER SALES & SERVICE Administration part b
has been
.
."lr r 7 .7S
I
SwofHtt, Int. raised to 734 per cent per refrigerator repairs. Mr. Lewis +
is originally from Georgia -
Authorized Dealersbainen annum, Dwight G. Koch, VA .t'
E:3:: :
: die regional director for the State y
For Evons-Interth.m of Florida, announced July 27. The local agency will offer 'rr iyr

CAMPER MART, INC. Siegler Heating & more than 100,000 items from Z
Since July 1, some VA home the company's 14 catalogs.
3111 N. Main Gainesville.. Air Conditing! Equin>> loans have been held up be- Deliveries are to
expected
378-2954 T Boy Service Dept Accessories Supplies cause existing legislation did take only four days thanks to a f
not permit the VA to
Complete" Camping Store Parts and Service guarantee loans above a six new tem between teletype the ordering sys-and
agency
Sales: Concord, Volunteer, per cent interest rate. The In- the nearest catalog house.
S""". key, Midas, Adventure creased rate now enables the Seasonal merchandise like (( Decoatingpmbkrns?ConsultCQJf'

Wheels, Morris, Monitor, Fan.Cxplorer 4500 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville VA home to loans begin committing for lawn mowers and air condi- .stall 01 talent ed interior
once again.
Sports Coach 378.8902 tioners will be sold directly by designers Call 378-2395 loran
The interest rate allowablefor the agency for immediate pickup appointment

loan guaranty on the .
purchase of new mobile
homes remains at 10.75 per
COBIA cent. 5 GraduateFive

FABUGLAS GAINESVILLE JOHNSON "The Loan Guaranty local students are I'

,,.... \ MOTORS Division of the Regional Office among 246 at Santa Fe Com-
for the State of Florida has munity College to apply to
1IA 'JtC. anticipated the inevitable graduate at the close of the
backlog of loan commitmentsand summer term.
is in a position to issue From Starke are Lavon A. .
1030 E. University Avenue commitments on all loans Collins, William P. Costello,
". Gainesville, Florida submitted to the VA after July and Joanna Fowler.
1 Iin a matter of days," Koch From Lawtey- Odessa L.
Phone 378-1591 LYNN HAMILTON) said. Hamilton, and Debra J.
Martin.

55 HP Johnson 14'/'!$' Fabuglas{ Trailer $1495 e.aeon.eoeeeoeee.eeeooooeooo.eeeeeoeoWEDNESDAY OPEN HOUSE TODAY 1 -5

.. 120 HP Mercury Cruiser 17' Larson Trailer $1795 Open Monday and Friday 9:30'til 9

160 HP Mercury Cruiser 19' Larson Cruiser Tandem NIGHT FISH Saturdays and Other Weekdays 9:30: 'til 6

Axle Trailer $53495$

a.. SPECIAL'I.75 Pt ,


4,.Merchant tin
t -' O0oao eo\ .i\oC\ Auto Sales 44 Cocktail Lounge All Fried Flounder Gainesville

r 't.o.\I 1636 S. E. 3rd Ave. oI You Can Eat
L DOWNTOWN ON THE
fli
I I Gainesville*, Fla. "'.')' Includes Choice Of Patato Hush Puppy C O SQUARE

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Florida Bar Reports On Bar Gives Attendance Report Due from Students



I New Landlord-Tenant Law Both Sides 18 and Over Who Get Social SecurityStudents Koch'sStarke



TALLAHASSEE (AFNS) Tenants now are also authorized Of 18 and over who checks from social security from social security," the

On June 25 Governor Reubin to raise any defense they ProbateTALLAHASSEE get monthly social security until they're 22 if a parent spokesman said.

Askew signed Into law the may have to an action for checks will soon be gettingan gets social security payments Any student who needs D ru
(AFNS) attendance reportingcard or if has with the information
Florida Residential Landlord- possession based upon nonpay- a parent help report or 964-6757 9
Pressure to enact a new Florida that has.nothing to do died after working long about his benefitscan
of However
Tenant Act which governs per- ment rent. they
Probate Code in the 1973 with how many classes they enough under social secu- call, write, or visit any
must the back rent and the
manent to transient
(as opposed pay
Legislature was intense, yet the might have cut, according to rity. social security office, he
landlord-tenant rela- rent that accrues during the
) need for further study and revision social security officials here.A "Under recent changes in said.
tionships. The provisions of this proceeding. The court may then in the interests of Florida reporting' card is the social security law," the

new law are outlined in the July order a diminution in the rent if citizens caused mailed by the Social Secu- spokesman said, "a student
issue of The Florida Bar it finds that the landlord failedto a delay. rity Administration to each who has not earned an

Journal, official publication of maintain the premises.The This is the thrust of a dis- student beneficiary about 3 undergraduate degree can Leaflet ExplainsHow

the statewide association of act retains the same procedure cussion of the merits and short- months before the end of continue to get social secu- Prescription Savings. .. ... ..

lawyers and judges. for evictions, clearly comings of House Bill 997 raisedIn the school year. The student rity payments through the

prohibiting self-help evictions, the July issue of The Florida should return the card to end of the semester or quar- to Estimate For Young & Old. ... .. .

Robert F. Williams, the but modifies landlord liens for Bar Journal,official publicationof social security as soon as ter in which he reaches 22." I

Florida Law Revision Council rent; codifies the $1,000 home- the 14,000-member state possible, a spokesman said. If the student's school Retirement PayA

reporter for the LandlordTenant stead exemption from levy for association of lawyers and "The. information on the does not use the semesteror Vapor

Project during the 1973 such liens; and abolished dis- judges.A attendance report helps us quarter system, pay- leaflet explaining: how 1 '
of the decide if the student can ments can continue until he Nasal Spray
is
Legislature, the author. tress for rent with regard to synopsis sevenchapter to estimate social security
Florida version of the Uni- continue to get monthly completes the course he's retirement benefits is avail-
He says "the act is a signi- residential tenancies.It form Probate Code (UPC) was checks: ," he said. "Any delay taking or 2 months after he able at social security of- I 1" Value SSe

ficant step toward achieving, also requires the paymentof prepared by the Real Property, in returning the report- reaches 22, whichevercomes fices, according to social
((1)) a clear statutory delineationof interest on advance rent and ing card could mean a delayin : first."More security officials here.
Probate &: Trust Law Section of
the responsibilities and rightsof tightens the protections for the payments." than 590,000 stu- The leaflet, "EstimatingYour
The Florida Bar to introducethe $ 49
both landlords and tenants; tenant. Full-time students who dents in colleges, high Social Security Retire- 57 } Values

((2)) a recognition of the differ- The main provisions of the act pro and con discussion by are 18 and over and are un- schools, and trade schoolsget ment Check," designed to t\

ences between residential and took effect on July 1, except the the code draftsmen and a more married can: get monthly $65 million a month help people in their retire- Swim Mask
cautious advocate.Representatives.
commercial tenancy; and ((3)) maintenance obligations which ment planning, includes a s\eO
elimination of the historical Inequity take effect January 1, 1974 for Kenneth H. chart showing the numberof

of the law on the side of private housing and July I, 1975 MacKay, Jr., Robert M. Questions quarters required to 99C
the landlord." for public housing. Johnson, William O. Birchfieldand qualify for benefits and a $298

James L. Redman introduced and worksheet to help in esti-
The act establishes the duty of
A psychiatrist says that the Florida Probate Code, mating the amount of bene- ManningBowman
the landlord to maintain rental : .0. : :00'
children uie bad words to as "a middle ground for re= Answers fits."The
premises, not previously an shock. Grownups, being more form." leaflet can be usedto

obligation under common law. mature, use them to sell the They say the UPC "is respon- compute a rough estimateof
book the movie.
or sive to the legitimate Interestsof Q. I'll be 65 in August of into a small business. I gen your retirement bene- i
erally make the baskets during fits," a social security I
lawyers and trust officers this year. In April 1972, /
and spokesman said, "but an & 3 Speed,
KEYSTONE the winter months
MELROSE and individuals involved with when I asked about Medicare _
the exact figure cannot be de-
sell them during sum-
the local) social
estates, and its impetus came at security .
BUSINESS DIRECTORY from working professionals who office, I was told that mer. If my earnings go over termined until you apply
$2,100 during the summer for benefits. The exact 10 Blades Hand
resolved to do something about the monthly premium for Mixer:
of worker's social
amount a
still
months, can I get my
medical insurance
FISHERMXX'S SUPPLIES \ H\RU1VARE\ GARUENSLIM'S local cedures.In probate. rules and pro- $5.60. Is this still true?was full social security pay- security his average benefits is earnings basedon $129| $599

A. No, the premium is ments during the winter
another article, St. Peters- under the program over a
HAIDWAII now $5.80. But on July 1, months?
p vie burg attorney David R. Lowell period of years that may Include -
the premium will be In- 9 Piece
offers a different perspective."It his most recent work.
Fish 'N Stuff creased to $6.30.Q. .
GA.DIN'N1D:
-
would be legislative reck- A. No. Since you are self- Single copies of the leaf- Electric

Live Boil A complete line of Hdw. lessness to adopt a liberal con- I mistakenly sent a employed, the total time you let are social free on request office.at
security
Cricket fShinncrt-Wormt BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS struction superimposed over Request for Medicare Payment spend in your work each any

Minnow Plumbing & Electrical$ Supp. fragile standards, particularlyin form to the wrong,: insurance month-during the winter Home Barber Kit

TACKLE-RODS-REELS Gro-Tene Fertiluers a nation experiencing trau- carrier. Should I months as well as during the Investor we sari; to !III

FISHING & HUNTING Insecticides matic changes in virtually all send a duplicate request to summer months-must be< putting/ their savings' lit Now

LICENSES AMMUNITION Lumb.r & Building Materials phases," he says. the right carrier for this considered. For a more detailed stamps, QIP I'onks and/ Only

ICE Hwy. 21 N. 200 yd. From Light While the attitudes con- area? explanation in you I' works' of an! AjipairnHythey !
t (frcl there H no longer
Kcytton Hgts. 473-4357 Ksyttan Heights 473-3663 cerning the proposed code run A. No, the office that receives specific case, you should cal 1 I any money in money. $844Gillette

from those of total rejection to your request for payment any social security office. .

CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION AIR COM) blind acceptance, both articles form will forward it

concede "the code representsan to the correct carrier. .
TIIEISES TV & outstanding achievement You'll save time in the future Q. My wife and I both get 301DRIVEIN

Robbie's Camp APPLIANCE fashioned after almost ten however, by sending monthly social security retirement Mini Max

Trailer Sales Q11i151.11' years of effort by several your request for paymentto payments and
the address. have :Medicare
proper coverage. Hair
hundred law at- Dryer
professors, .
safety LOW Gat <'.G. TV STERO You'll find the address We're planning a 20-day

Price and Gator on lot CAR AND PORTABLE torneys, judges and" other listed in Your jl/cufirnro, trip to Europe later this ,..,. .-..,: > ',",""',N' .'
I .
Hi Low Exclusive TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL professional specialists. Handbook or you can call' year. If either of us needs Show Begins At SundownFri. Stl/lei-.lIOde1' r '' ...

Towing! Insurance AND Yet, Lowell warns, though any social security office.Q. medical treatment while

RESIDENTIALAIR modernization'should be applied we're on our trip, will :Medicare Sat. TIT/J.2
I'm 35; and divorced. I
J \\X. ROBI-: SOl:'. PROP AIR CONDITIONING to the existing body of cover it?

4.5 Miles, S. Of Keystone SALES & SERVICE Florida probate law, blind acceptance had because to stop I have work multiple recently A. No. Medicare cannot $1395

475-2055 to the total package help pay for any health
KEYSTONE 473-4651 encompassed in the bill is not sclerosis.! Even though my services you need whileyou're
ex-husband pays some support s
REAL ESTATE AUTO SERVICE the only choice open to Flori- for our three small in Europe.Q. .

dians. He lists among beneficial children, can I still apply .\Yir 14 or.;

Richard T. Loyorn KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE changes the bill offers the self- for monthly social security My doctor told me thatI f \
proved will that will expeditethe have pernicious anemia
disability benefits?
Ksg.: Real Estate Broker and need vitamin B'2, Injec- Shavet.e
Front End: Alignment Speed admission of a will to probate A. Yes. If you are found .
LAKE PROPERTIESv VIheel Balancing! ; the saving of time and eligible for disability bene- tions on a continuing basis.
Will Medicare help for
RESIDENTIAL i *,y Air Conditioning Service costs in publication of probate fits, your children can also these injections? pay
notices and fora get benefits even though 1 Cream
legal ; provision
Service Medi-
BUSINESS ACREACEBrak". A. Yes, if you have
personal representative to their father contributes to
care coverage. When vita-
INSURANCE 'LubricationOilChange -
carry out funeral and burial arrangements their support. min Ba is given to treat an Menthol

Keyttone Hgti. 473-3254 Tune UpGoodyear and distribute Q. I'm 23 and I've been illness, such as pernicious The Rich Moist Lath""

473-4692 Tires tangible personal property in supporting,: my younger anemia, your medical insur- Fri. Sat. Lime

tJn.i Knrpprr a-t-.I III I l accordance with separate informal brother, II, and sister, 13, ance under Medicare will 6 "

M.trth.i Durban4. -1.\1-2 I BLK. Off( E. 21 and 1 BLK. instructions not a part of since my parents died 4 help pay for it. When vita- s au1ALLS i.Q lieg-14''
Jim Fox -\--t1..9 N. Off 100 the will. Special attention needsto Since I recently min B13 is given as pre- 79c
years ago.
I .1\ Mi.lre 4"t- ((1'\1\ KEYSTONE IIGTS. 4'3-4052 be given to power of attorney, became disabled, I plan to ventive medicine, however,
and the lack of authority to the for Medicare does not help pay
apply monthly disability
BEAUTY SHOP S. K.: VcKa !Kcaltor( for it.
} bond in
court to require an unsupervised benefits. If I am eligible for
When apply for 9 volt
Nel" S.I'J McKAY REALTOR administration. checks, will my sister and you pay-
ment, should attach a
Beauty Style Shcf Member of( :Society, Lowell points out that the new brother be able to get statement you from doctor Radio[; Battery!
your 1Nnil'
of' Residential) Appraiser code reveals an uncertaintyabout monthly checks on my earn- condition.
"For a serving, his Area For J6: Years the effect on fees for a ings record? describing your For
you A. Social security doesn't
personal representative or
firs Melba llgen 434'40
Phone lawyer and believes the brevityof provide payments to a Transistor C\i\S
10,0Iior. Mrs. Dolores Gilmore 473-)60C and sis-
the code's draftsmen leaves worker's brothers q
Mrs. 'loanne Uassett 47J-1622 many questions unanswered in ters. But your brother and Radio

;Xey. Mr. Leslie Robinson 475-1035 this area. He believes guide- sister might be able to get FLORIDATHEATRE \3c
monthly checks on your
Heights\ >" .I I lomes-A Rentals lines for setting fees should parents' social security rec- 12)
*"
Melroie T Office Phone 434816Lanell'i have been included.On ords. You should get in fRt.w DIECRYPT"I'

July 1 the Legislature touch with any social secu- '

Rays Shell established a 14-member study rity office as soon as pos- : '

Boutique (10.1" Wrecker ServiceWe I commission to review the bill sible to find out if they are Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: 250's .--

:Styles and Acceasories monitor channel 13 C.B. and report to the Legislaturenext eligible. IJIT. I ,.
For The Complete November. Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00: THE VAULT OF HORROR '
ml 1 Norwich
woman\ ;.; Q. I know that social Sun. Mon. Tues. cold
Hwy 21 D.i*..n Servlce. t,;: security contributions went Fri. Thru Tues. common
;.I AAA IIL Aspirin I
,
Kyiton & Mtlroi( Keystone I up this past January, but
473-JJ11 Day Call 47J-J083 do you can you tell me what the ADM Children .75 I

:Nights 473-2838 increase was? Adults 51 .00 j Sinutab10's'l"
A. The contribution rate .................................. k'j I rra. .. ... .... J a...
know? : : ..
Pill Dirt Sloctrlcol:: Contractor increased from 5.2 percentto WALT DISNEY'S i L r19C
5.85 percent for em-
Beach Sand Bell Electric Co. ... ployees and from 7.5 per- GREATESTACHIEVEMENT '

Cloy FillTractor where the first shopping cen- cent to 8 percent for self-
f amei W. Bell, Owner
Work ter was built? employed people. In addi- Diana I Sands

Hank Bruning CommercialLKEYSTONE In Ardmore, Pennsylvania, in tion, this rate applies to the in Maya Angelou'sSun
in 1928. first $10,800 in earnings in
HEIGHTS Residential 1973 instead of the first

PHONE 473-4761 Electrical Repairs,Fixtures- that T a severely disabled $9,000. MPRVP01PINS Total Service &

P.O. BOX 41 T Range Hoods, young person who can't work Most of the increase was

LAKE GENEVA Keystone Hgts. 473-3602 for a year or longer may be necessary to keep the hos-
able to get social security pital'' insurance part of Savings

? Medicare on a sound finan-
CONTRACTORS AUTO SERVICE payments
cial basis and to pay for

TRIANGLE "R"ENTERPRISE JOHNSON AUTO TUNE UP Medicare protection for dis- Mon. Tueg. FREE DELIVERYStarke

Repairing abled people under 65.
INC.'General
::
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Engines,' Rebuilt Judging by the number .
'
GENERAL CONTRACTORS Minor Machine Shop Work of SDULoSOUL 964-6757
this
Licensed Insured Automatic :Iransovission complaints may .have Q. Before I retired last -J ,
Air Conditioning been our dirtiest election.C IULIEN 7 DICK

The Liodal Featuring Cedar Homes Tires. Batteries and Solving water the may problems prove simple of air year monthly and social started security getting payments ANDREWS VAN DYKE 'G''nt, 24 Hour Emergency Rx Service
Mon. Fri. 7:30 A.M. 6 P.M '
4" N. Sf Rd 21 a$ compared with the task of I had taken up bas- TECHNICOLOR. tsar: L
n42 Sat. 7:30 1 P.M. ..,.._,,MAN., .at c.-
P.O. Box 657 2110 LAKE GENEVA 473-411 cleaning up politic ket weaving as a hobby. 0.. 'J'
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B TELEGRAPH August 2, 1973
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Bird \ J t NEW BOOKS AT THE LIBRARY
Migratory HuntingTo VET NEWSCollege J

I ADULT REFERENCENew bias);; The Hodge-Podge Book
(Emrich>); Wonders Of The
Open September 1 graduates have an Family Mstlonary Names Of (American Smith)-;; World Of Horses (Lavine);;
average lifetime Income that Easter Eggs For Everyone
Is $237,000 more than persons The Outline of History (Coskey).
TALLAHASSEE (AFNS) Saturday, October 6, and con- with only a high school diploma (Wells>; Blaklston's Gould
The hunting season for migratory tinue through November 4. The $608,000 compared to $371, Medical Dictionary. The Archaelogy Of Ancient
second phase season will open Egypt (James>>; WKJ*"* UJ?
birds will get 000.The
game November 10 and continue earning averages from N JUVENILE FICTION The Bible Lands XHarker);
under way Saturday, September department of labor studies The Tales Of Olga de Pol- Introducing Archaelogy (Mag-
1, with the hunting of rails through November 25 to be were pointed out by W.B. r r .fa Bond); Old Witch Rescues nusson), The tell It-Make
and gallinules.The followed by a third and final Mackall, director of the Flor- Halloween (Devlin; Tim's It Book (Lewis);; Fleas (Cole>;
season will continue with season on December 15 through ida Division of Veterans Affairs tc Last Voyage (Ardlzzone>; I'm Baseball's Greatest Sluggers
hunting through January 7. The bag limit has In urging the use of G.I. Going On A Bear Hunt (SI- LIbby), Radar: How: It Works
daily November 9.According. been set at 12 dove per day. bill training by Vietnam ve- witch); Dogl! (Andrew); The (Jones).
terans. Midnight Adventures Of Kel-
to the Game and Under the G.I. bill, school-& ly, Dot and Esmeralda (Good- LIBRARY HOURS
Fresh Water Fish Commission, The opening date for wood- bound single veterans receive all); Who,Said Sue,Said Whoo? 9 to 8 p.m.
Monday: a.m.
the season for migratory game cock and snipe will coincide $220 a month for full-time t (Raskin?; A Magic Eye For Tuesday: Thursday: Friday:
birds received from the U. S. with the opening of the state- training, up to a maximum of Ida (Chorao)>; Henry Possum 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
36 months of school attendance Berson) The Genie Of Sut-
,
Fish and Wildlife Service estab- wide quail season on Saturday, Saturday: 9 a.m. to 2 v p.m.
or a total of $7,920. ) The
(
ton Place Thompson ;;
lishes a framework for all November 10. Woodcock The monthly allowance Is Increased Narrow Passage (Butter- Closed all day Wednesday.
migratory game birds other hunting will be allowed through for veterans with de- worth).
than waterfowl. The season for January 13 while snipe hunting pendants.The ..M1.R91C1
through February 24. CI bill has other features JUVENILE NON-FICTION
waterfowl will be announced continues SCAa fS
: Veterans enrolled In Games To Learn By: 101
sometime in August. Hunters will be allowed five high school studies also receive Best Education Games (Man- HoaMr.GW NR

Hunters will be allowed a woodcock and eight snipe per monthly allowances ., y sw ta dell);; Witches, Pumpkins, And uHV
without a charge against basic t. ..rKingsley Grinning Ghosts (Barth>: Jab-
daily limit of 15 clappers and day.Legal eligibility, so that full GI bar Giant Of The NBA l\uack-
king rails, singly or in aggregate hunting hours for mi- bill entitlement Is retainedfor Florida's Oldest Surviving Plantation Home (AFNS). sonG}; Marian Anderson (To-
,25 sora and Virginia rails, gratory game birds other than college attendance. :
singly or in aggregate, and a dove are from one-half hour Veterans In college on a

daily limit of 15 Florida gal- before sunrise to sunset. Legal half-time now be tutored.or more Under basis the can CI Kingsley Plantation SALE

linules. hours for hunting dove are from bill, VA will pay veterans. up
12-noon to sunset.Australia's to $50 a month for a max-
Dr. O. E. Frye, Commission imum of $450 for tutorial BICENTENNIALTRAIL Pianos Organs
director,reminded hunters that assistance.To .
the purple gallinule Is protectedIn masked gannet
birds can fly) underwater;they make certain veteransare SITE Conn Caprice See Fantastic Khnhall Model
Florida and may not be takenor sometimes dive down 40 or not overlooking RH Insurance -
molested at any time. more feet In search of prey, the veterans admin- Organ Optigan National Geographic says. istration began sending "re- JACKSONVILLE (AFNS) arrived in St.Augustine with his
The season for hunting ( ) I hI'rox
minder" letters In 1967 to Automatic ruin; rrm
mourning dove will open military On the northern end of Fort African wife Anna Jai, children Reg.529
veterans following their -
discharges. George Island, some seventeen and servants. He soon acquired Hhytlim Struminrr nu ; I'.iddcdHimi

.ILVERMAN'SDOWNTOWN* -The-&gency-began automatically miles northeast of Jacksonville, numerous real estate holdingsin 20% Off I $399 Special $1395
Issuing upto$10,000 stands the Kingsley Plantation northeast Florida,and in 1817

premium-free policies to cer- House, built shortly after 1800, bqught Fort George Island,
tain veterans with serious disabilities Conn Used Organs
such as loss limbs and the oldest surviving planta- which became his home and Organ SaveSSS's
and sight. tion home in Florida. headquarters for his extensive Model 275 Used Pianos
The plantation was established trading and plantation ac AutomaticRhythm Now
during the time of British tivities. Kingsley raised food From $45000

control of Florida ((1763-1783)) crops,cotton, sugar and experimented I'rit-fs N rIT
when Fort George Island was \ with citrus growingwith $' \l4ain So I \\ From $49500

granted to J. Tucker who suc- good results. He traded

cessfully grew rice and indigo.In successfully in slaves and kitnhdllCOnsolc RitnhallU
achieved wide reputation for Prices Include
1791, when Florida was I'ianoMoilfl hitneiSWw/
the excellent quality of his /
under Spanish control for the
slaves, gained through their 42 =14 Music Bench,
second time ((1783-1821)), the
Egg ownership of the plantation skillful training received at the 1 arl\ \inrrn .m
Fort George plantation. Delivery &
passed to "Don Juan" McQueenwith
Because of increasing cri- MapleI'.uldcd
Bunwiches cotton as the principalcrop.
ticism and resentment of his life '
The building of the small Bench $1Q59 I Tuning S
A MOST TIMELYCLEARANCE style, centered around his mar-
tabby-brick house, now called
4 English muffin riage to Anna Jai,Kingsley sent
IN the "Anna Jai" house, Is credited -
4 Florida eggs to McQueen. her and the family to Haiti in 2929 N. W. 13th St. Bank Financing Available
OUR LADIES DEPARTMENT 2 tablespoons mayonnaise 1836.He continued the operationof
1/2/ teaspoon salt From 1804 to 1817, Fort the plantation until his deathin
0 FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK! Dash pepper George Island was owned by 1843. I Phone 373-8446 Free Delivery

I IH II 1 tablespoon butter or John Houstoun McIntosh. Operated by relatives after ..

IS margarine McIntosh was required by the his death, the Kingsley Planta- ,
ASSORTED 1 Florida tomatoes, .
GROUPS! ODD LOTS cup
!
IS I peeled and chopped Spanish to leave because of his tion was purchased by John F.

ALL FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK! : 4 slices bacon, crisply fried involvement with the Rollins in 1868.
"Patriots," that tried to
and crumbled a group
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; LONG DRESSES 5S Split English muffins. annex northeast Florida to $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ -- -

KNIT TOPS Toast butter and keep Georgia.In .

DRESSES warm. 1817, Fort George Island

I was bought by Zephaniah
PANTSUITS Beat eggs, mayonnaise, salt Kingsley. GOLD
and pepper until well
d
H BLOUSES blended. Zephaniah Kingsley was born

1 Melt butter or margarine in in Scotland and raised and
PANTS SHIRTS BAGS large skillet over medium educated in Charleston, S.C.
heat. Add tomatoes and stir Little is known of his early life. i
SWIMSUITS /
until heated through. Pour in During the American Revolu- MEDALt
egg mixture and cook, stirring
tion his father, who remained
m
REDUCED! occasionally, until eggs are
loyal to the British crown, was
set. Serve immediately on 4 00
forced to flee Charleston with
muffin halves. Sprinkle with and 1785 had 00 Home 24 Karat
crumbled bacon. Serve with his family, by of Quality
remaining muffin halves. settled In Canada.In 00m

13 11/2 Yield: 4 servings 1803, Zephaniah Kingsley 00

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CHURCH ACTIVITIESFaith LAiTE: """"'"'Terri Anders Billy Scotty and Terry, .M.G.: ; ; Taylor
Baptist ChurchRadio Y Michael Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pamela and Cindy Debra andJanet
present received some favors. Marvin and Griffis.
Program over WPXE Norman Andy
StarkeTelegLAWTEY Grace United Methodist Assisted by Mrs. Elsie and Mrs. Dale Mrs. Lissie Starling, Mrs. Mrs. Marcus Griffis returned I
ChurchSunday School, 9:45: inlaw and daughter, Mr. and Carl Eubanks of Orlando, were on his 6th birthday. After Carl Norman she served ice Elsie Norman, Miss Dorothy home Sunday after surgery in
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Mrs. Carl Thompson at Crosby weekend guests of their playing some games, Jim cream and birthday cake to the Swanbom Miss Elizabeth Alachua General Hospital.
CHURCH ACTIVITIESFaith and 8 p.m. MYF Sunday nightat Lake. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon opened his gifts. Each child following guests Mrs. Bill
Mrs. Elsie Norman and Mrs. Mobley and family. Their
Baptist ChurchRadio 6 30 followed by Choir Practice -
WPXE Lissie Starling visited her Saturday guests were their
over 8
Program Starke
sister Mrs. Polly Ward of brother-inlaw and sister Mr.
on Sundays Bible School
a.m.
Ocala. Mrs. Starling remained and Mrs. Dewey L. Green of
10 a.m. Worship Services 11 Highland Baptist Church-
,
her sister while Mrs. Brunswick,. Ga.
and 7:30 Bible Schoolon Sunday School 9:45: a.m. with
a.m. : p.m.
Bible Doctrine Tuesday 8 Worship Services, 11 a.m. and Norman went to Bushnell for a Mrs. Darlene Norman and Florida National Bankswant
p.m. at pastor's home. Prayer 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting visit with her cousins Mr. and sons entertained at a party
her son, Jim
meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m., Wednesday 7:30: p.m. followedby Mrs. G. M. Norman. They Saturday honoring
returned home Wednesday.
Bible Choir Practice. on
Study. Mrs. Darlene Norman and sons
PERSONALSMr. took Mrs. Starling to her homein .e..v..o. ----1

and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Jacksonville Sunday after '. business.
Graham and their mother Mrs. noon. t Know Someone In A your
t't't01g ) ,
Registration Harold Eunice left Tuesdayand Mrs. Daisy Boch and Mrs.
visited her son, Jimmy Buster Bennett visited her
Eunice of Atlanta, Ga. then to mother Mrs. Hattie Darley in

SetAtSFJCRegistration the Knoxville mountains Tenn.in N. C.to and on visit to Alachua Saturday.General Hospital last $ ?It.Ifiav. Isn't saving nicer where

for the fall term another son, Roger. They Robert and Lisa Holloway
of Santa Fe Junior College's returned home Friday evening.' returned to their home in them call the '
CRISIS
Starke campus in the English Paul McClellan of Jesup, Ga. Clarkston, Ga. on Sunday with or'1
building (Phase I) of Bradford and Randall Reddish oI their parents, Mr. and Mrs. any time day

High School is set next Raiford, spent the week with Holloway after spending a 'night, 804 SW 2nd Ave can borrow ?
Tuesday Aug.7,from 6.8 p.m., their grandparents Mr. and month with their grandmother you
'or help with a variety of
according to Richard Jockel Mrs. Les McClellan. Paul's Mrs. Gaynell Mooty, and uncle ,
campus director. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Sidney ife's problem
Harbin and Donna. ,
McClellan came for him over I
Course offerings will total $13 the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ruddof DIAL 1-800- ,

for the fall term which begins Jacksonville were dinner FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE : I
of Mr. and Mrs. Luther 342-5364 'J
September 19, Jockel says a PERSONALSMrs. guests .
much larger selection than last Hilliard. and family on t Fre:Of Charge t Jefferson at Clark Street Telephone: 964-7050
Bryant Reddish Sunday.Mrs.
fall.Students needing information returned home Tuesda,, after a a Truman Norman spent a AhN-ESVILw
about the junior college offerings visit with her; son, Ray Reddish, Thursday to Tuesday with hers -
may phone Jockel at the and grandson, Michael Red- nuanddaughteri -Iaw. Mr.
USO Building, 9646800. dish, of Indian Beach. and Mrs. Reggie Norman at
Ichtucknee Springs ICIGADETTt!
Mrs. and Mrs. Rolph Fat- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt W S master charge -'I
chmann of Yokohama Japan and Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Harperof ,,, N : I I i low rtiusiMMIIT
visited their aunt Miss Starke, spent Saturday of last "ova '
Elizabeth Terry on Monday of week with Mrs. Ernest Peavy 4 N-.wtl
My Neighbors last week. Mrs. Fatchmann will and Mrs. Gara Dorman of
be remembered as Miss Mary Ocoee. "r1GF
JuliaFutch of Tallahassee.Miss Mr. and Mrs. George Sum-
merlin of Lake City spent PRICE CUT !
DorothySwanbom and Monday to Wednesday with
Mrs. Lissie Starling, of their brother-in-law and sister
1 Jacksonville spend Friday Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest. ISCOONT f TOIM.OMN 4'rp
r.
sightseeing in St.Augustine. Mrs. Luther Hilliard and SAVE OFF OUR LOW DISCOUNT PRICES
Susie and Mrs. Emory Eunice
6
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs and sons visited Mrs. Hillard's DAILY TO 9 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY !
attended the funeral of Will sister Mrs. Effie Ogilvie of SUNDAYS 'TIL P.M ,

Roberts, of Raiford, at South Jacksonville, on Thursday and
Prong Cemetery Sunday brought Darlene Eunice home fm'y'vr
afternoon.Mr. with them. \
Wayne Harper and son of
and Mrs. Les McClellan Starke were dinner guests of MTIOMI
spentSunday with their brother- their grand-parents Mr;; and HAND

in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Carl Prevatt. 'I \ MEN'S E s -
W.II. Pringle, and their nephewand Mrs. J. E. Allinder and (
"It'. for nieceMr. and Mrs. Bir- daughters of Gainesville : (FAMOUS MAKER I s
a going-away (
present for you next time chfield of Sanford.Miller and daughter, visited and Mrs.their Hubert uncle and Priest aunt,Mr.on J' I POLYESTER J ROUTE I Ur

you foul-up...." Tuesday.Miss 1\ DOUBLE KNIT _
Miss Elizabeth Terry Mr. Elizabeth Terry and
and Mrs. Benton Futch, Steve Miss Arthur-ine Blanchard -"" DRESS PANTS
and Eve of Starke Mrs. Rolph visited eher sister, Miss Enza t ? A ION n '
Fatchmann, of Japan, Mrs. and Blanchard, in Macclenny on ti ,r; T l l l
NOW Mrs. Terry Futch and Monday.Mrs. ., '8 8 R, AUTOMATIC
Christopher of Jacksonville J. F. Robertson un- & TRANSMISSI' $ ay
PLAYINGNIGHTLY Beach, gathered at the home of derwent surgery on Wednesdayin U''
their mother Mrs. Joyce Riverside Hospital and 1ry 1 i FLUID

Futchon Thursday evening fora returned home Friday. w "NEDS. QiJIftf, .
family dinner. Mrs. Fat- Rev. and Mrs. Marklee : You'd Expect To LIQUID
chmann left for her home in Raulerson, formerly of Lloyd, ;M Pay Up To
w "Sonny & Help's a Comin' Japan on Tuesday. but future home in Montana, S16.00 A Pair!
and Mr.and Mrs.John Browardand
tbringing you the Mrs. Virgil Grfiffis and Mrs. family of Jacksonville, 100 polyester and
newest soundsron. Maines Griffis, of Palatka, were Saturday overnight guestsof b ends Superbly 1 QUART ROUTE 55 100 COUNT 40.60.75.100 WATT

country to rock. visited their mother, Mrs. their mother Mrs. Loca J"t ",, tailoredbyNaron's' AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID PAPER PLATES SYLVANIA LIGHT BULBS
Nellie Wilkinson in North .
Raulerson. 4., Nc : Maker m top
"They can play anything Florida Regional Hospital, Donna and Art Green of quality, fabrics; Ul l

by request" Gainesville, onWednesday and Albany, Ga. are spending some II note ,n fashion
ENTERTAINMENT brought her home. time with their grandmothers, :, i ana wrinkle free e e 89" _
Mrs. Joe Dorko, and Mrs. Mae FAR g"" onion' Handsome
6 NIGHTS A WEEK Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson of Wells.. Miss Linda Crafton of r:1: ,, >rs and styles
I-EVERY WEDNESDAY ; Lake City, and Mr. and Mrs. Hanover Ind., was a Friday Sues' 'Q to 4' Out Oil' ,,."' P.... won, KlrtT Our 0....", P,..* w..79tf! Our 0".. Pfte. wo. 6.1,26
J.E. Norman, of Miami at- of her cousins,
overnight guests
,
Save of with
hours
I| IS I IIOANCECONTEST tended the funeral of their aunt Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lock and For use In automatic transmissions dishwashing time Don I be a bulb snatcher Inside f frost

: ..NIGHT!.j Mrs. Jake Sapp on Sunday. family., Mr. and Mrs. John :T.".. and protects power moving steering ports Lubricates against wear.and these tractive handy design, disposable with ridged plates.edge At'. light' bulbs, 7cSome two wlO a package.
visited their Mrs. 40 60 I 100 Limn 6
They cousin, -
Tye, Sr. were Saturday over- Ideal far home office//, oqtings etc
"Bobby'sHideaway Lois Carter while here. night guests of their son-in-law

and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. '
at Mr. and Mrs. Brooksey Futchof Tom Talley of South Daytona. ...-.. jt'j -'. ,.
.... ,
jr" ... \ oM. .
Lakeland and Mrs. Bessie .
and \
visited their >
also son
Plant They ;: .; ':-i: : ../ \. \ \ : 'SAVE 12% SAVE 4e7..M
Welch of City spent daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. 1 ) ,'
Thursday of last week with John Tye Jr., and daughter --.J 6 FOOT VINYL \ .. i 3 4" X 60 YARD
their cousins Mrs. and Mrs. .. \ AIR MATTRESS MASKING TAPE
"
Waldo while there. '
301 North Les McClellan. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. North and "SAVE 14% 4L SAVE 28% $ wA3 >
SAVE 26% _
family of Jacksonville, were EAGLE GARBAGE BAGS 50 QUART FOAr'? ICE CHEST Jw Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Claytonand Thursday to Saturday guests of 1i I[ :., J > MEN CANVAS CASUALS
'"
WAS .
Sunday son with of their Jacksonvlle mother spent Mrs. Swinney.their mother Mrs. Edith ZH-tf T om. I 72 l tow..1:1': '",w'/'I.' I. I ;'' Many around manyuses the home .2.19'wU Em

C.R. Crews andGlenann. Box JO fit and drinks colder win. y I. Inflatable. or office'" such
Mrs. Viola Mobley of Baxley, of bags up to 30 Keeps food .. CO"I I $rudon.o.. coloft.
m popular -
Ga. spent the week with her son can With" wire tie*. longet, Ideal 'for beach auto I Two-.lo. _> as wrapping pack' )
s'ruelloCh"lell Long sofa,
\
RUBBER Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne and and daughter-in.law Mr. and tough, leak proof plastic 'trips boating, camping ere of color*._ I ; ages. etc Sizes 7 to wearing 1?. \! crop
Mrs. Vernon Mobley. A
family Mr. andMrs. Jim "if"
Newsom, Mrs. John Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Her- I i--- .
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Tornado Gridder Vernon Barber i
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To On North All-Star

Starke Jimmy Ricks Play- Squad ,


Vernon Barber, former BUS University of Kansas and is basketball squad finally broke Barber is looking forward to i
football star, will be playing now with the Pittsburgh out of their slump*last year it playing football for the Gators
with the North Squad in the Steelers as a tight end and was Barber who led the way. and views his scholarship as t
On All-Star Cage Team State High School All-Star tackle.At Basketball coach Mike his only chance to have goneto
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Football Game at Florida 5'11" 190 pounds Barberis college. '
m Sexton said of Barber, "He's I'
died when I
} Field this Friday, August 3, at relatively small but is quick like a coach on the floor. 1wouldn't I "My mother
and tough enough to make up was young, my grandmother I
7:30 trade him for
: p.m. .
for his lack of size. raised me and if I hadn'tgotten
To Play Saturday 3 "I never thought I'd get to "lie has a nose for football. anybody.track Barber the scholarship I
In
p.nt. All Star," Barber said, was a
be an lie's quick and very, very sprinter and recorded a 4.6 in would've probably never goneto
"but now that I am, I'd like for physical," praises Starke college."
the 40 yard dash.
the North to win. I've never Coach David Hurse.
Jimmy Ricks will play in addition to the All Star team jumper and will participate on been on a loser." Barber is expected to see
honors. the strong LCCC track team.
the state high school all-star
action at the linebacker
basketball game Saturday, The recent Clay County Ricks joins four other Barber starred on the BUS some
position for the Gators this
August 5, at 3 p.m. m High graduate transferredfrom players to sign with LCCC football team as a tackle and IT'S "DQ. FAMILY NIGHT! I
Glen Rollins of linebacker, played guard in fall.At
gainesville at the Universityof BUS last year after including BUS Barber finished with
Florida gym. quitting the Tornado Corpus Christi Texas; Steve basketball and was a sprinteron two varsity football and Wed. 6,78 Aug. ," ..
basketball team midway Henderson of Washington, the track team, but football Mon Thur
The North and South squads his North Carolina; Clayton is his game. lIe has received a basketball letters and three LsltqE
through junior year. letters in track.
assembled Monday at Yon Williams and Benny Childs of grant in aid from the
Hall to begin practice for the According to LCCC Coach Gainesville. University of Florida. As a senior Barber was in on '' !
game. Joe Fields, Ricks is an excellent 110 tackles, caused four GtWlu' "/ ,
"BKAZIERSI
student and one of the I Barber is the second black fumbles, recovered three of 1 1wyt
Ricks, the 6'4" forward who best high school players in l' from Starke to earn a more and made secondteamAll \
for Clay County High Florida. Bantam, 1 'Rh r A41 i
played North He averaged 20 i scholarship. Larry Brown State. {
last year, has signed a points per game and plays ? played four years for the When the Tornado iI
basketball grant in aid With outstanding defense. i "
Lake City Community College Stars I
"He is very dedicated and
after declining a four-year will vie for one of the forward III t '1 BHSFootballPractice .
scholarship offer from ;
Western University. will positions be a,tremendous said Fields.asset"He to LoseThe ; !

Ricks, the son of \Mrs.\ Ann our school and basketball ,
Starke Bantam All Slated To 15
and the late Jimmy Vernon Barber Begin Aug.
Ricks ,
program. Stars lost a heartbreaker to __ ______
Ricks, Sr. of Starke, was In addition to his accomplishments uu
named to All-Conference and in basketball Bel Med National in the tenth Varsity football practice for first few days. !
inning by the score of 2-1 the Bradford High Tornadoeswill The weight room will be
All-State basketball teams in Ricks is an All-State high
Wednesday, July 25 in NEWS ABOUT start Tuesday, August 15, open daily until practice 5braziersl
Meadowbrook, north of at 5 p.m. at the Field House. starts from 8 in the morning to 5J
Orange Park. Practices will be held twicea 9 at night.
The loss dropped the All Head Coach David Hurse
SERVICE MENMarine day on Monday, Wed
Stars out of the competition in nesday's, and Friday's at 9 in said that most players have At this price it hardly pays
NO MATTER WHERE YOU LIVEI! the Dixie Youth Sub-District the morning and 5 in the already been working out on to stay home and cook I And
Tourney. to in before wait'til you taste how good
weights get shape Dairy
evening. Tuesday's and charbroiled bee!is when it's
Starke took the lead in the Sgt. William E. Thursday's practice will be at practice starts. Queen broiled the Brazier way-
;: R. \'\ top of the seventh when Bruce Cruce, son of Mrs. Gertrude 5 p.m. "It appears we will be in with mustard,pickle and our
Pick up your telephone I and 'roo"J\ .< Wolford led off with a single. Cruce of Route 1, Lawtey, Fla., Boys reporting should have fairly good condition going own zesty Brazier sauce I
all Florida Pest Control as ...- ;. 1 i \Z Bill Lundy scored Wolford was promoted to his present already had physicals and into the first day of practice," farel)
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isted m your Yellow Pages. 'b f when he slammed a single rank while serving at the should turn in those forms he added. brazier.Hearty S !
Ask about our Monthly Home Ser-r', making the score 1-0. Marine Corps Base at Camp along with the parental forms Two new players going out hUS
vice Plan that costs Just pennies a Bel Med National tied it up LeJeune, N. C. before practice starts, according will be Matt Hull from
day No matter where you live we rr 1-1 in their half of the seventh to Head Coach Davis Panama City and Mark LET'S AU. GO TO DAIRy QUEEN"
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want your business] and both teams were held Hurse. Hilderth from the Panama
t',pEST scoreless until the tenth inning Players should pick up their Canal Zone. DAIRY QUEEN / BRAZIER
Free n and estimates V "VOMTROI when with two outs Bel Med We are often told that shoes and break them in The Tornadoes first game it: 14O1 N. TEMPLE AVE STARKE FLA
inspections \ National hit a home run to win Washington is not the coun- before practices begin to will be on September 14 PN 964-8911
964-5745 539 E. Call St.Stark HI.'eAL to 2-1. try, and won't be even afterit avoid blistering during the against Vanguard here.
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,,'"."' ", '.. ,'':,_. ,l ':.,; ;"id, ",,'. Bantam AllStarsWin Norman's Farm Wins he Old 1t111Elt


"; Monday SA Softball TournamentNorman's

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Farm went un- Norman's then played Inlet r
\ Over KeystoneThe defeated as the Bradford girls Equipment Company and
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captured first place in the defeated them 92. For the
... Leesburg InvitationalWomen's championship the opponentwas .. ---
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Starke Bantam
LeagueAll Keystone
\ II put together two Slow Pitch Tour again Inlet Equipment
'" -" Star team rolled to a 15-5 more runs in the fifth and nament. Company and Norman's beat "The only love game, he'll
victory over the Keystone seventh innings but it didn't "
-, Win number one came over them handily 12-4 for the title. play la tennis.
Heights All Stars Monday come close as Starke scored
Friday night Norman's will
," rar'; ; \ ; night in Starke. three more runs in the sixth Greer Sales of Leesburg 198.
', travel to St. Until Watergate proved
Augustine to
to The second
:y team that Norman's
{ / ,' Keystone took the lead in inning on a single by Bill compete in the Sub-District otherwise we had thought
"11[' & .,:', ,!I the top of the first but quickly Lundy and three walks to end Weathertrol clobbered of Ocala was 93.Marion playoffs. Game time is 10 pm. that nobody these days kepta
"'.I.i, '", surrendered it as Starke the scoring at 15-5.
\ ., ." .. ...,,,,, scored 4 runs in the second -- -_.- diary.
,'M'". \ '., inning on 3 base hits by Ricky
Edmondson, Bruce Wolford,
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-.:....t 7 and Marcus Cruce, and 2
walks and an error. Think You Might Be Short
Keystone came up with one
run in the top of the third when
.rA Eddie Dyal singled and stole Of.Money - -
second base and scored on a 1
single by Dennis Hengel. s P

I usl half Starke of the roared third with back four in their runs \t 21t But You

scored on a triple by Marcus
Cruce,a double by John Miller
and four singles by Bruce \ 4 NEED A NEW
I Wolford, Bill Lundy, Ricky 1
Edmondson and Dinky Kilby.In Ir\;'
4 "n the fourth inning
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Keystone's Roger Sayers 1 HOME
scored a run on two errors by
Starke and a single by George
Payne, making the score 83. IYI I "
Edward Akridge and son Bernie, 7, proudly display 12 1/4 pound bass caught by Edwardon In the bottom of the fourth I I,p rl/ II 1,IIIYI

July 21 in Crandin. Edward used a 12 inch worm that he made himself as bolt. This Starke added another run and '-' Not Find Out
then blasted in three more Why
past Saturday, July 28, Akridge I landed another bass, this time a 10 3/4 pounder. runs in the iitth. l ,' 'I1l
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.__u_._.._ Two singles by Danny, 1 I '
Hildebran and Dinky Kilby The Facts
three walks and one error
ST. BERNARD scored the runs, making the
.ruPs 1 score 12-4.
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toi August 20, for all boys in- boys to come out to the field
I Y terested. house and begin working out. Mobile Home.
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nothing, desire to play means receive added help and In- ld
everything,"says Head Coach struction," Coach Hurse said. John Brown'sPrice
r David Hurse. "Most positions are wide {nd''0 ,
Those boys planning to go open. Persons competing for 1
; SFor out should stop by the field positions in the best condition 111,14 ,1 1 Mobile Homes
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r i 'Y PV are all aware these daysof Hopefully these suggestionswill
1 the controversy over the use help you to achieve
of phosphates in detergents. We satisfactory results on laundry
Historic ConfrontationAs are concerned about pollution of day and also enable use to keep
our beautiful state, and many of our environment clean.FORESTRY.
us have switched to the use of
low-phosphate or non-phos--
a ee ee e e e
expected President Nixon And then he added a rather phate detergents for our home
has hidden the White House tapes puzzling postscript: "However, as laundry.
relating to the Watergate affair in any verbatim recordings of
behind a shield of executive informal conversation, they In been many passed states forbidding, legislationhas use IN BRADFORD COUNTYBy

privilege precipitating a court contain comments that persons of phosphate detergents, and
test of historic proportions and with different perspectives and courts are now declaring these
one that could lead to one of the motivations would inevitably laws unconstitutional. The JohnO'Meara
nation's most serious internal status of these laws is still .
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in different
interpret /
ways. k unclear, but there seems to be a
crises. .. ..yFuEt. trend away from prohibiting or
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This remark led Senator Ervinto .. limiting phosphates in laundry
Four powerful forces will be detergents. Regardless of the
colliding in this inevitable con comment that the President law, we need to be aware of Never did we think we would
frontationThe : says the "tapes sustain his good laundry procedures to come to the day when our
position" on non-involvement in achieve the best possible results supplies of electricity, oil and
from the available non-phos minerals would be this suddenlylow.
-- President unwilling to Watergate or its cover-up but SAT GATE phate and low-phosphate As these resources are
f
release even under subpoena "he's not going to let anybody else sNpp products. depleted, at least wood may
taped recordings of his con- hear them for fear they might help us over the hump.
versations with subordinatesabout draw a different conclusion." It is helpful to remember that Wood is a resource that need
in these products the phosphatehas never give out. If it does it will
Watergate. usually been replaced be because we did not have
Even Archibald Cox, the special .. entirely by sodium carbonate, enough people willing to growmanagl'd
.
--The Senate
Investigating silicate or carbonate-silicate woodlands.
Committee trying to get at the prosecutor named by the ad- .. mixtures in powdered Florida has 16.2 million acres
truth about Watergate. ministration to handle the .. detergents and by sodium of commercial forest, but this
Watergate case, commented that citrate in liquid detergents. All area is shrinking. Governmentand
--Special prosecutor Archibald Mr. Nixon's "blanket CAN'T BELIEVE I ATE THE WHOLE THING" of these ingredients industry lands comprise
executive privilege to phosphate, sodium carbonate, about 43 per cent of the forest
who wants the documents
Cox silicate, and citrate to
serve
aired for any light they might shedon this evidence from a grand" ............................................................... soften water, either by tying up well-managed.land base, and are The generally rest is
malfeasance within the Ad without legal foundation. the hardness minerals or by owned by private individuals,
ministration.And precipitating them out. and only one-third of their
::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::.*::.:.:*.:..:.-.::.*:.: There A IT.'t: :::::KW:::::;:;.::.:!:.:;.:.;:;::::::::::::::>:.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.:.::.::.::::::;:.::.:.:::.:.::.:::' Problems may occur, par holdings is considered i managedfor
In refusing to obey the ; ::::>:::: :::::::::: :::::.:.:.......:. Where s m&:::::::::m&:::: &: ..:;:::..::::: ticularly in hard water areas, long-range benefits.
-- finally the Courts which Mr. Nixon, like the from a residue of hardness "If this is so, why did the
must ultimately adjudicate the old, seems to place himself minerals which precipitate out federal government cut out the
claims and privileges put forth by the law in spite of the grea talk too much about will power and not enough on fabrics and in washers when REAP Program (Rural En-
all conflicting parties. order" won't We when the alarm off the carbonate-based no-phos vironmental Assistance
and campaign power. get up goes is "
powdered detergent
phate Program)? you may ask.
like made in the last two all the things we are supposed to do in the used. This residue may stiffen Legislation sponsored by U.S.
would
in Government
Many fabrics, cause most flame-re- Robert Sikes
Representative ,
to find a way out of the Watergatemorass of a day-but very little will power is involved. tardant finishes now on the together with over 50 others,
other than through the In the words of Senator : market to become ineffective, would create the same kind of

interminable red tape and delay of "The President of the character is determined to a far greater degree and can cause appliance assistance as REAP, in broad
the of States, by reason of the fact problems. principle. The bill, known as
the courts or intrigues holds the highest office in things we won't do than it is by the things we II.R. 2904 is designed to

politics. of the American people, It often takes a lot of courage not to do some- Following are some "develop\ and carry out a
suggestions from the Soap and forestry incentives program to
This could be done only by some obligation to furnish a to resist the temptation to take an unfair ad Detergent Association for encourage a higher level of

form of compromise between Mr. standard of moral ; to refuse to behave in a way we'd be ashamed minimizing these problems: forest resource protection
Nixon and the other forces con this nation. He is not development and managementby
cerned -. but the President, in law. lIe is, after all, people know about; to pass up a chance to until 1. Delay after adding the detergent the clothes is small non-industrial: privateand

flatly refusing to release any first citizen in a republic. He "interesting" conversation when it involves mixed with the wash water. landowners non-Federal and public for forest other

portion of the tapes, has shown subject to the law, and he somebody's character; to do a second-rate This will enable water hardness purposes."
that he prefers confrontationrather be the first upholder of the minerals to be precipitated out Not intended for the big fellow
than compromise though we know we could get away with it. and water to be softened for but .for the little it would give
more effective cleaning. landowners with 500 acres or
It is disillusioning that, less the funds to their
In refusing to do so, Mr. Nixon instance, Mr. Nixon seems to it takes quite a person not/ to do such things. 2. Use hottest water suitablefor woodlands to better manage advantage.

has set himself up as both judge chosen self-protection and are a hundred persons long on will power to fabrics being washed (white Funds available if this bill
and colorfast F. to
and jury in the matter, saying only moral :140 degrees passes would be 50 per cent of
expediency over one long on won't po\\'cr. 160 degrees F,; noncolorfast:
that the tapes "are entirely con It is to be hoped that the 110 F. to 120 F.; permanentpress $2,500.the:! tree One farmer's change costs from,REAP up to
sistent with what I know to be the his own party will : hot or warm wash and is that the cost-sharing is in-
truth and what I have stated to be suade him to reconsider his cold rinse). Hot water tended for strictly forestry
the truth." tunate decision. j 1 11 11 j 11 1j jm11jj111111m11m1: ;;; ; ; ; ;mmmmmj1m1111j1:1j11111;;; ;;;;;;:;; ;;;;j1m111j111m1m11111j1111111mmm11:1:1:1jj1111111111111j1j;; ; ; ;;;;; ; ;;:::: 1111 1111111m1 minimizes hardness residue practices.At the same time, the
particles. bill emphasizes management of
forestlands for conservation
WOODSY w HOOTS 3. Sort laundry carefully. recreation and environmental
Agent News : : 4. Pretreat stains. benefits production, as well as timber

i It's Worth * 5. Measure detergent and use Even without an incentives
A TryIn By Bobby I.. Taylor the amount recommended on program most landowners in
the package. Bradford County could realize a
1 good profit if they planted
visited Madison Florida the week of 6. If fabrics become coated A pine plantation is ideal
spite of the recent rash of driver's license in July 1620. This was one of the Leave forests with mineral deposits, soak for for pines.idle rural land Once the
burglaries, both business! and suggested for the have best 4-H Camps we have had. clean about an hour in a solution of initial planting has been
residential in this area theSheriff's identification because it Members participated well and I and parks one cup vinegar to a gallon of completed, you can virtually sit
Faye I think each one came home water. Do not soak in the back and just watch
office reports an apparent changes, and is more easily withthe desire to become 1 your
as our an .ovdeaner. washing machine use a plasticor
money grow.
lack of interest locally in even than the owner's many even better 4-H ember in te. .. other non-porcelain pail and On a good! site you can con
the use of "Operation Iden- six their club and community next "T.. check colored fabrics on a duct your first thinning in the
tification," which would do muchto The property owner is then Ocala, hidden area for acid resistanceby relatively short time span of 12
discourage such crimes, as wellas a warning notice to be year.Mike Emery from Brookerand >rv fc- leaving a few drops of or 13 years.
helping greatly to recover the the premises which says: Fla"I Cindy Bryan from Starke solution.on the fabric for five Planted pines are ideal for the
minutes. urban dweller who holds full-
articles!, once they are stolen. ning: These Premises of represented Bradford County 4- Mi, r a i i'
4 time job and cannot
II Members at the State 4-H fl spend
Protected. All items of value for
7. Use the same acid soak much time working his rural '
Congress held at the
Universityof
been marked with the our described above to reactivate
Both landholdings. Working cows or
The involves a little Florida last week. 'I'
program driver license number for for flame retardant finishes which tending annual is usually ,
members returned with crops
trouble of which is many
,
course
have been washed in sodium
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full-time in
identification. a lob itself. '
plans and ideas to help other ;
probably the reason most of us fail members with projects and carbonate detergents. If you would like to plant
to make use of it. Under Operation Of course, this is no activities. You will be hearing ; pines on your idle acres this
Identification, the Sheriff's office protection from having people was many good reports of their efforts blonds Help llnilil a winter, contact your County
Forester for seedling orders
free of charge and influence during the
provides, an
premises burglarized, but it made letter America and planting assistance.
1973-74 4-H Club Year.
instrument whereby the .
engraving make a thief stop and think She

business or house occupant may before making off with and ..- -.. ... ... -.. -.. .'- ,r. .'- .-- ..- .. d, ... .'- .''- ..- -.- .1- -.- --- ..- ... ..- ... ... ... .'- .'- ..- ... .'- '- .
enscribe all valuable articles with articles.At !. late to
three
the owner's driver license number,
placing a record with the Sheriff's least it's worth a try. work. OUR PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER

office or the Police Department in terested, call the Sheriff's good
case the items are stolen. The for complete information. I already Mrs. S; WILL MAKE 6 TO 8 DIFFERENT POSES a

to sure be 3: FOR YOU TO CHOOSE FROM


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d 1 -si'i Is- : $1 expression of our thanks for your patronage.KOCH'S .

ACTIVE m p4 This an On I Handling Plus 75c

c \ o that e .
ro County COW ta 2495 VALUE DRUG STORE
,?ION BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER a
Publishers you SATISFACTION GUARANTEED // A'.\t' 6P.M. 964-6757
Published each. Thursday. and entered .as Second Class. Matter at the Post Office at .. :
Fla. under Act of March 3, 1879. ll Silv".M Butt VfcjMtte' Saturday August 4th
suc OM fir Sullied| N. Ate Llm.
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Oivps $1.00 PK p rnn extra. .1tIter b. .
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PRICES GOOD THURS. AUG. 2 THRU WED. AUG. 8 WINN DIXIE STORES. INC SEE COUPONS BELOW FOR GIANT SAVINGS ON COMPLETER ITEMSSAVE
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tqa 14 TELEGRAPH August 2, 1973 CLASSIFIED !

.,.. VBS Starts 1:1m:1:: :;;1j1:1111j1jm:; 1111111mm1mm:1:1:1:1:1;; [ ;:;; ;;; ;; : ::;:::: Grant Extends Ending Of CUBB'S YearThe I
t LEGAL Xi tIllIDID: : t CLASSIFIED AD RATES :
SENIOR date This action the month than that covered by the ,
Monday At program year-end grant means Deadline for Insertion Tuesday -
OBITUARIES CUBB Economic Agency ,definite continuance of the original grant Work is continu- I
for Noon preceding Thursdaybefore
The Circuit Court Of The CITIZENS been ex-tended from October agency. activities in Clay ing on the proposal requesting .
ghth Judicial Circuit, In And 1st BaptistThe has November 30 it was Union. Baker and Bradford funding for an additional year. publication.Minimum
Jr Bradford County, Florida. 1:1:1m:1:1H1HM1H::;:: :::;: :;: 1;:;1m1H 1mH:1Hi1; : 1jm 1 11111 announced 31, to this week by counties for at least one more (Covets Charge 15 \Wands, '2.00)

ese No. 73 205. Church of John Haymon, presi- shows a person's indifference
AGNES N. RAWLS, Plaintiff, Bothered and bewildered is First conduct Baptist its Summer Reverend of the agency's board of Solution to Litter lack of respect and even in Each word over 35, 10,
Starke will L.Dowling dent
8- ELSIE GREEN HEN- the picture of the average Bible School starting Myrtle directors."In May: Give AnswersTo security." All Classified Ads must be
RIETH, et. al.. Defendants. American today. Soaring costs Vacation Monday. Aug. 13, through a letter dated July 19 from "How can the world hopeto paid for in advance unlessyou
NOTICE OF SUIT scarcities, the outgrowth of the Walker Italic Problems"If
Friday,Aug. 17. Sessions will be William 'Sonny' solve its many other environmental have established account :
: TITLE "
TO QUIET economic and policitcal said Rev.
held daily from 9 to 11:30: a.m. regional director, we can solve the human problems if it with the Telegraph in
V THE NAME OF THE finds us the aged, was
uneasiness Agency
Mrs. Myrtle Lee Dowling, 65, "CUBB .
Haymon behavioral problem of littering universal problem that event 50* extra charge
solve
TATE OF FLORIDATo blind and disabled wondering cannot a
supplement
of died that a
Friday
July
All children and youth, ages 4 Hampton advised be able to find ?." he asked.: for billing. Not responsiblefor
until littering
the Defendants how we are going to get by 27, in a Gainesville hospital: action has been approvedto we may like :
ELSIE GREEN:/ HEN-:/ June 1974. On that date, June to 17, are activities invited which to participate will include after a long illness. Born in St. grant assist the agency in financingits answers to many other social Littering: is the result of errors when given overthe I
the
RIETH, ELLEN GREEN 1974 one year from now, we will in Bible Study Mission George Ga. on :March 21, 1908 administration and general issues," Roger"'. Powers executive an attitude and must be dealt phone or when copy is
ISDALE AUGUSTA GREEN get a 5.5 per cent increase in Character Building, and she moved to Hampton with her community programming. This vice president of Keep with in humanistic terms so not typed and brought to i
IATTIE GREEN:-;, ESTER Social Security payments.The Study Creative Activities husband in August of 1972. She grant, in the amount of 10,000 America Beautiful Inc told that each person: is given a the" off iff. ',
REEN: WILLIAMS ARTHUR cost of living has risen was a member of the Church of will extend the program yearend from 25 countries individual responsibility
:OLE. JOHN:-; COLE JR., above 22 per cent this year Jesus Christ of Latter Day delegates: sense oj
IUTH MAY COLEY. SANDRA:-; alone according to the Bureauof Registration and preparation Saints. attending the recent Keep he explained. \\
MARY GREEN GRAY.VNX Labor Statistics. day will be held Friday August. Europe Benutifulconference:
AVIS, Aua. Surviving are her husband, MADISON STREET _. .:
On Saturday MISCELLANEOUS
:-;:' LOU DAVIS. HANNAH:-; Phase 4 of the Ad- 10 at 9 a.m. School Ressie T. Dowling one son, in C oiucMiuun."More' \1 .
OBEDIAH GREEN:" ministration's Economic 18, the Vacation Bible BAPTIST CHURCH of to keep
7REEN.: wide Ralph Dowling, Riviera :\ than a symbol FOR better cleaning
GREEN:" BOOKER has, in a few days, will join in a church Sunday School 9:45: am ; Blue
JR., JERRY Program Branch Beach three daughters :Mrs. environmental ignorance litcolors gleaming, use
Head
Gold 11
T GREEN SAMUEL only skyrocketed prices on Mate at Newman Kennesaw Morning Worship, a.m. ; of far Lustre carpet cleaner. Rentgreater
Vanona tering is a symptom a
The VBS com-
GREEN:" III, ISAAC GREENand meat, poultry, eggs and Park. will be held Ga. Mrs. Ressie Lee Griffith, Church Training, 6:15:; p.m.; malady affecting all electric shampooer $1. Dev- MOBILE HOME MOVING Alto mobile,
OSCAR GREEN:' vegetables another 20 per cent. mencement service WMU: Prayer Circle, 7:15: p.m.; Inc.. 301 E. Call St" home hurricane, anchoring & mobile
Aug. 19, at 7:30: p.m. Starke and Mrs. Judy White, nations" Mr. Powers statl'd.rick: home root coaling Olin i MObil. Home
Sunday 7 30
Service,
his her these increaseswill p.m.
tf alive, or if dead to or As we go along, Miami six brothers :Mallie Evening 964-6163. Service.V64S606. RI 100 W Siarke Flatichg
unknown heirs, devisees be felt on fish and practically Anderson, Ocala Guy T. MondayYouth ChOIr 7 p.m.; "Littering is a problem that (..

legatees or grantees, and all all other foods. There are no fees for attend- Anderson Lautey J. C. An- WMU: Meeting, 7 30 p.m. ..............S..w I
other persons or parties I wrote recently in a former ing the school and the pastor derson Starke R. D, Anderson TuesdayPrayer Group 9:30: NAME BRAND FURNITURE to be WANTED TO RENT- ONE OR TWO (
claiming by through under or column that with the soaring Rev. Ben Brvant. extends an Odessa Texas a.m.. Bible Study. 10 a.m. BTAND NEW, BEDROOM UNFURNISHED HOUSEBY ,
All senior citizens, all chidren of sold at % the price you Sept I Reply to THE Drawer A
against them and to inflation we invitation to Herbert Anderson, Raiford WednesdayPrayer :Meeting, approximately
parties or persons having or blind and disabled would need Starke to take advantage of this and Robert Anderson, Salisbury Mission Friends, Bible Study would pay elsewhere, (slight imperfections Starke Itp \

claiming any right title or at least 50 per cent increase in opportunity.Refreshments. Md. five sisters Mrs. 7:30: p.m.; Adult Choir, 8:30p : ) brand mattresses & box Spg.
interest in and to the following income by 1974. At the present will be served Ruby Williamson, Raiford m. Finance :Meeting, 8:30: name WANTED Used furniture" refrigerator,
described property, situated in rate, I will have to amend that daily to those attending. Mrs. Georgia Ann Ghsson p.m. both 14.95 beautiful 2Piece comt'emporary -- waihert.-Calmer > Ducount Houiettchg J.

Bradford County, Florida statement and predict that we Starke Mrs Laura McCroon, ThursdayStory Hour 9 a.m.; bedroom suite, was $219.50 now .

of the North oi will need closer to 100 per cent FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Cypress, Fla.trs.: Dollie Youth Bible Study, 8 p.m. $97.50 Danish modern 2-piece living
East 34 ? increase. Monroe, Pace Fla. and Mrs. Denton Sumrall WANTEDTo teach beginner and advance
of Northwest economists don't STARKE $39.95 while they last Phone 964 7710\ lip
Southeast 14 Our leading Meet- Rose Shiver Fort Pierce. Pastor room suites m mutic
and the Southwest ''4 of seem to have the answer. One SundayBrotherhood and Breakfast, 7:30: a.m. Funeral services were held at : brand new dinettes were $89.50 now S59.50 .-
', of Northwest 14 where did all this start? ing
Southeast thinks, and 801
4 in Jones WANT to Keep children 2 yean up.
containing 25 acres more or In my opinion, the culprit is the Sunday School 9:45: Morning 2 Memorial p.m. Monday with Rev. but had lived for the past 40 Brand new beautiful & expensive N Thompion SI 964 S8B2 lip
"Short Chapel
less, EXCEPT AND:-; EXCLUDING Soil Bank Legislation enacted Worship at 11, sermon Covers" Leamon Ward conducting. In- years in :Miami. crushed velvet & fur living room suites,
:-; part thereof lying under President Eisenhower Beds and Narrow ; Surviving are two sons, L. P. $394.50
any terment was in Crosby Lake made to sell for over $500. Now ailtypet
Music Council Meeting 4pm.' ; :Miami, and Ressie T.Dowling STEAM CLEANING- Enginet o
within road right of way. which paid farmers to let the Dowling ,
.
.. machinery
farm
You and each of you are noti- land be fallow or grow trees on. Sanctuary Handbell Practice 5 Cemetery.H.T.Doicling of Hampton one ((6 only) 1003 of other items to choose BOYd Service.automotive, Pn 964 8JS9 ttchg

fied that a suit to quiet title to We are still paying about $4 pm. Church Training 6:15: daugher. Mrs. Iva Burnsed. from. Now down payment required, pay-
the above described propertyhas billion per especially to Evening Worship, 7:30: sermon :Miami 13 grandchildren, 25 month FURNITURE ------
year $5.00 .,
: low ,
ments as per X II
as with
"The Great Pioneer. and one LOSE WEIGHT lately and fait
been filed and industrial farmers greatgrandchildren
against you the large Youth Choir CORNER OF E. UNIV & SE: I ISTFURNICITYUSA Diet. Plan 1300 REDUCE EnccMFiuiot
USA
you are required to serve a copy within the Soil Bank Program. Monday- 7 Henry Tuck Dowling, 91, diedon great-great granddaughter. CITY with. xpel S3 00 Money BacK
,
of answer to the Complaint the free markets Practice Deacons Meeting He was Funeral services were held at ( CORNER OFEoUNIV&SEI1ST.; ): Guarantee at Koch Drug 18'p" 8
on your the complaint on the Plain- concept This upset of supply and demand. p.m.Tuesday WMS Council1I.ftin'L born July in Raiford 20 in Miami.:on Sept. 2, 1881, 3 p.m.Ionday: in Miami. :......................................................... .

tiff's attorney, Lester Makofka Compound this fact with hugesnipmenis and .
Business
if T rtffAe, tt Robert foi \ < and 10 a.m.;
juaw unices oi o. oi grain soybeans
Alexander, 1409 Barnett Bank abroad. This program Program Meeting, $0:45: ; Covered "" "" '

BUIlding Jacksonville Florida began last year and out of this Dish Luncheon. 12 noon.
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32202, and file the original in the pot of stew, we reaped con- WednesdayFamily Night EvcryDayLowPricc 'EvcryDayLowPricc] FOOD
office of the Clerk of Circuit fusion and that is what we all Supper, 6 p.m.; Hour of Power

Court on or before September 3, are, confused. In the meantime, 6:30: ; Teachers and Officers
1973- otherwise the allegations many more of us will have to Meeting: 7:15: ; Church AGAR'S NESTEA
of the Complaint will be takenas seek Old Age Assistance and Choir Practice, 8 p.m.
confessed. Food Stamps.We ThursdayBoys Handbell FAIR
This ;Notice; shall be publishedonce are now paying more for Group, 10 a.m.; Ladies Hand- BONELESSHAMS ICED TEA
each week for four consecutive medical care than we did in 1966 bell Group 12 o' clock.
weeks in The Bradford before the Medicare Program Recorder Group 1:30:: Visi-

County Telegraph. started. tation, 7 p.m. SUPERMARKETS
DATED this 27th day of July, FridayGuitar Group 1:30: MIX STARKE'S

1973 p.m. 320 S. WALNUT ST.
Clerk of Circuit Court -Ben P. Bryant, pastor

Bradford Virginia County,F.FloridaBy Darby A Lilly welcome Johnson's hand brother was given and his to ........... .. ................. 3 J379FARMER 24oz 8 g ( ..:slants.'.'.:,...0.:..a..ISIVIO O LOtO. ..V.n,.CS.I. .eeeH.V.0000"? 0'"

Deputy Clerk wife Jack and Laura Killoran
[Court Seal) who have come to live near and they both looked very well. JAR LB mi vt plena' la jcceat
8-2 4t 8-22 Lilly and Pete after his Happy Birthdays this month L U.S.OL FOOD STAMP
retirement from his position as were :Mary Allen Yola Vestal, COUPONSLB
Jack and Laura Killoran and
Busine s Agent for the Confectionary -
SPECIAL NOTICE
The marriage of E. B. Dun- after 42 years and of Bakers service Union in the Joe student Kerrigan.A from. the Universityof GRAY I NEW ZEALAND SHOULDER 1 NEW ZEALAND-QUICK FROZEN

can and Estella Granger northeast. They joined our Club Florida, Gary Oliver, at- U.S.D.AGRADE'A QUICK FROZEN
Duncan has been dissolved. He is WRY DAY LAMB GJowrRrcu
tended our last Meeting.
Therefore Granger she is now Estella and Much we Luck wish and them Happy Good Days Health in writing conditions a and paper activities on the of lives the, CORNISHGAME ; LAMB lOW PRICE! ;i !

This is well known by law andI Starke with us. citizens in Bradford I
Mrs. Elfie Newton also joinedour senior
am not responsible for any County. ROAST ; CHOPS
ranks. HENS :
made Estella Granger.
debts by in Our next meeting will be
All sick members reported
Signed E.B. DuncanIt columns are doing as August 14 at 1 p.m. Pratt Street I
8-2 well previous as can be expected. Flossie Recreation Center in Starke. rrrrnnuerrmrl 1 FLASH 1
Prescott was hospitalized in What we need in our country C i FROZEN 7 9 iC 1 SHOULDER 89EvcryDayLowPricc ..

In The Circuit Court Eighth Citrus Memorial Hospital, today is more wise men and less 1 .5 LB 69 SQUARE 1 2 TO 3 LBPACKAGES

Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn Inverness, Fla Get Well cards wise guys. AVERAGE ; CUT LB ; LBLIBBY'S
and For Bradford County. were sent to all. Our former Joe Kerrigan
CIVIL ACTIONIn house chairmen Karl and Ada
re: The Marriage of KENNETH Hoist paid us a short visit. We 1 j EvcryDayLowPriccMELLOWACE EvcryDayLowPriccLORKETO EvcryDayLowPricc
WAYNE GRAY, hus- were all very happy to see them !. OF MILD PANTRY PRIDE
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band, and wife.VICTORIA DEANGRAY JacksonvilleDirectory l DAISYCHEESE CHEESE _SPAGHETTI___ TOMATOPIZZA

,NOTICE OF SL1Tr As Clerk of Said Court IvJici? MEAT BALLS
LOAFWEDGES
0 PROPERTYTo By: Donna M. Branson
Deputy Clerk
: VICTORIA DEAN GRAY, .
509 Vassar Street, Do than,
Alabama. First Publication: July 26, i

You are hereby notified that 1973.
an action for dissolution of 7/26 4t 8/16 Auto Sales and Service I

marriage has been filed ; PUNCH | HUNT'Sss
against you Victoria Dean NOTICE OF INTENTION:- TO urih Motor*
Gray, and you are requiredto REGISTER FICTITIOUS CORN GOLDEN I i
REAM i
serve a copy of your writ- NAME STYLE LAUNDRY
ten defenses. If any to it, given that
Notice Is hereby
on the plaintiffs attorney, the undersigned, Robert J. ALEScfti: } WHOLE KERNEL 17oz CANS I DETERGENT J.

whose name and address Is Mead and Anzle B. Mead, GARDENSWEETpEASOR ;
Dudley P. Hardy, P. O. Drawer Rt. I Box 406 X, Melrose, I nnner i iIII
730 Starke. Florida, 32091 32666, Intends to engageIn Ala,> Good I'trd Can 1 film '
Fla.
and file the original with the business under the fictit- Ml L.*ra St. Pi. tt-s S. trlfrla C ; 320z C ''i
clerk of the above styled; curt ious name Santa Fe Mea- w- uwrfrcr S/l! ; F 9 9 BTL.MATCH .

em or before August 30, 1973: dows, Rt. 1 Box 406 X, Mel- P1A>OS MIX OR .

otherwise a judgement may rose, Fla. 32666, and that II I
be entered against you for they will register said name Y.'tIL"I..\ O
the relief demanded In the with the Clerk of the Circuit ('00101: :' and K1MHAI.LMXHAI.I. *
complaint or petition. Court, Bradford County, Flo- OHr\'i'; BonusBuy BonusBuy BonusBuy BonusBuyHI EvcryDayLowPriccKRAFT

WITNESS: my hand and the rida. Robert J, Mead and An- CM* CIU.O WHAfMe. HAT
seal of said Court on July zle B. Mead, owners. Dated JUMBO CALIFORNIA BARB.QUESAUCE f
13, 1973. this 7th day of July 1973. HONEYDEW EATING CALIFORNIACARROTS SALADTOMATOES
Gilbert S. BrownAsClerkofeaid 7/12 4tp 8/2
$
Court MELONS PEARS i
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By: Dorothy MJOreAs >
Clerk In The Circuit Court of the
Deputy Eighth Judicial Circuit Florida -
(Court Seal)) CTN.
Bradford
For
In and
7/19 4t 8/9 County. Case No. ..S\\ I ctR"; : I
IN: RE: The Marriage of OKC." a 100 o PURE FLORIDA CASTLEBERRY

In The Circuit Court of The MARION HAWKINS DeCAMO, Roosevelt Moll 388-8519 LIBBY'S
Eighth Judicial Clrcuitof Florida Petitioner and MICHAELDe- 2929 N. 'W. 13th Coin.'vllU ORANGE HOT DOG

In and For Bradford CANIO JR., Respondent. FURNITURE
County. Case No. 73-184 NOTICE OF SUIT
EM RE: The Marriage of TO: MICHAEL DeCA.\10' FURNITURE PINEAPPLE I ,---' CHILI

GERALD WAYNE SMITH Petitioner JR., Address Unknown. Ui JUICE
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and MARIANNEM You are hereby notified that AT DBCOUM1 SLICED CRUSHED I ()RaW.EJUICfFROZEN' : I WIrI"
SMITH Respondent. an action for dissolution of CompleteHouteheld I '- I IIwIBf!! +
NOTICE OF SUIT marriage has been filed fiim in" 1
TO: MARIANNE\ M. SMITH, against you and you are required FurnitKma, .. [iumw15.25oz\ 1 6$1 I 5/l
4/$1 6oz
Address Unknown. to serve a copy of
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED your written defenses, if any Up T* 401 Savings CANS i I

that an action for dissolution to It on SHAW & KOPELOU- Bcudey Choir.. Co. 1
of marriage has been for Petitioner
SOS Attorneys
filed against you and you are whose address Is 142 West 64* CO"." 1 Blorb EvcryDayLowPrkcWYLER'S EvcryDayLowPricc Every DayLowPrkt EvcryDayLowPriccMcCrm BonusBuyCk

required to serve a copy of Call Street, P. O. Box 1086, From 1.10 ck >vri stOWM'M "

your written defenses, If any Starke, Florida 32091, and Joc sonvI. 347.1741 SUPERIOR FLAVOR SKILLETMAGIC SUV! \\I-II
& KOPELOUSOS DRINK
to It on SHAW file the original with the Clerkof
Attorneys for Petitioner the above-styled Court on AUTO ELECTRIC MI WHTINAMOMTI*PLAVOM* MUSHROOMS DROLLS
whose address is 142 West or before August 21, 1973

Call Street, P. O. Box 1086 otherwise a Judgment may be PEAVY Brothers MIXES 3/89<

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the original with the Clerk relief demanded in the Pe-

ue abov4 -styl"d Court on tition.! Alternator* Start"
27 1973, WITNESS my hand and the
before: August --------------
rwise a judgement maybe seal of said Court on the 11th Generator Regulator ,-------------- EwcrytaylowPrk IIICfYDIyt.owI'rtce EwryO.yI.owPrice

eiiCiu: against you for the day of July 1973. AUTO. TRUCK. . NESTEA I I LUZIANNE I PET RITZ F,oi.nCREAM Ponfry ..1... HOT DOGo.I .
Gilbert S. BrownAs WHITE LABEL I
relief demanded In the Pe- INSTANT I 3O BABY HAMBURG.RI
Clerk of said Court I I '
I TROLLS
tition. DIESEL .61 I COFFEE i LB PIES..., .. OIL
Beulah M. Moody TEA
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hand and the By: 3olWITH I nw.ro.
WITNESS my 4044 LoA Av. J... .....u., I I OFF WITH' THIS COUPON, AT PANTRYPA e.o:;..O .
seal of said Court on the 20th Deputy Clerk .."'''O.O"Q'.O..T""U THIS COUPON aT I AUG.i DC S on. 173 O 4 LIMIT.TO.Ss' COUPON THAU I Ilea 4/l 1 STl 101 67' ... 25c
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First Publication:July 19,1973 ".0
day of July, 1973. 347-2321 i a..o S. 171 LIMIT' COUPON i ,
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LICeNSED ELECTRICIAN AND FOR SALE- Big Dutchman feeders, Bulk INSURANCE itH
HELP WANTED Two people to work
SUB.CONTRACTOR. ALL TYPES Tank Waterers, Metal roofing. Past part.time end earn (120 for 20 hr. per AT REDUCED RATES HI Acres STARKE
HOME REMODELING WORN .Also rough lumber. Cheap. 9645311 lip BUILDERSA
week.Must be neat ambitious and have
welding.Speedy service.964 AUTO FIRE Joins
6097.Stp 17 car No experience' necessary We train BOAT City Limits
FOR SALE- Large eggs, 3 dOl. SI.65. Complete Building Service V
you. Mall 'Inquiries to Simons& Assoc DOYLE 2
E. CONNER Paved road
Waters Mkf Place. Itp O. Box 3873 Talla,Fl..32303.
P.
Itp Phone 91> <
FIAT INSURANCE AGENCY 1 Grade 4'5270. 21 ) H.: Washington St. .1T 1
FOR SALE Good used sewing machine tchq Stoke, I-U.
AUTOMOBILESUSED SI9 95 and up. COlem."'. Sewing Center HELP WANTED Female' $4 per hourcommission Sales Ports Service BILL POWELL :3Ht I
,
964 I3la. tfchg requirement Icar & BROKER CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL '
phone. No delivery no collecting In New and Used II I 'T
terview' Holiday Inn Tues. Aug. 7 10 I 964-6464 533-2208 $ 59
"The t6
3. ItpHELP No Wan Floor"romolrtrlv '.1
IMPORT CARS CARL
USED BEGGS
Install FORALE- I96' Ford LTD Good con. t FOR RENT 1 WANTEDFLA.. Sheriff Boys. HAIFIED AUTO JI Gulf Service DC
dltlon. Only 900 /lor a good buy. Call R"chCoupl. a challenging opportunlty
473.Ml or 47]2102. 2tchg B' to work with dependent children, IMPORTS, INC. POULTRY{ EQUIP OF BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTURED t JfC
good salaries housing furnished. Need
-- -- couples Minimum age 24,with no children 509 E. University ALL KINDS.R. HI LOW NYLON It
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FOR /AL -1965 Ford AT AC R&H. .
Good transportation,reasoneble. Phone FOR RINTHou. trailer on Grlffli at homeWrite Gainesville 372-4373 TF USED Many Colon To Choose From $6.91 'Ifat
'U.6997. Call 12 I I. BID. Loop. Call 964 8816 alter 5 p.m. lip or call Bob Boeckels Boys Ranch Q. SimmonsPARTS Enceede F.H.A. Specification
Fla 32060 Telephone 904 S42 5501 .
Night904 B42 2675. Completely Installed Over Rubber Pudding Per Silo Yd. 13'
FOR SALE 1973 Ford FOR RINT2 bedroom furnished house.Adults Girls Villa Jim Erettlngen' Phone 813- INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR 50
pickup truck V BCruneometlc
only. No pets Call "5490. lip Equip Co.
.
radio 1400, equity takeover 533 5850 Nights 533 V53I.Jlchg SELLING? SHAG its
----- a 9
payments. 964 554* lip
FOR RENT- 12- wide mobile home 317 E Brownie, St, 100% Contlnuoue Fll.! Nylon '-The Carpet With" The Now Look! n
outside city limit!. J. B. White. Ph. 964. CONTACT
For Most MaKes Many Color To Chooee From. KIIt
6114 Of Cars w
FOR SALE- I96S Dodge Dart In good If no answer "' '219 or Stark. Fla. ) f\f
mechanical condition, good rubber a t'Chg' 96'."52. Your Completely: Installed Over Rubber P-rtding P.r So,. yd. / e 7 J :;
GEORGE ROBERTS 24 Hr. Wrecker Service
good second car Call 9 66 747 after 4 0b
pm. Itp RENT LEASE Mobil. Home space, Real Estate Phone 964.6819
BRADFORD PARK City water sewer REAL ESTATE Hwy. 301 N. Waldo 2C
FOR SALE- 1947 Chevrolet, pickup good furnished S30 monthly S300 yearly. At BrokerBUY tfchg '
condition. See at Register 011 Co Itcng40ACRES 30 Bradford Motel N Temple Ave.Stcng 8 Charles Zlpperer Phone 468.1998 Hill's C B. Radio K: Equipment ib

SELL TRADE.APPRAISALS Wayne Douglas 321 N. Temple Ave rtl


r FOR SALE 1 HELP WANTED Call 964-6464 Bill Powell 421 W.AssociatesPHONE MADISON 961-7826 ST. Sugar Cane St.tke FU. RadioEquipment ph 964-8346 8361 )td b





HELP about WANTED two week-Man work.to Apply do yard Bradford work 24 Hrs. A Day RileyPa"inJe Cutters NeededGuaranteed We Have Note Cobra, Browning & Tram 0 OD?!

Motel No phone cam. Itcng :NI"Home
Highway I'rO".g,7'OI Of The Magnetic Sign*" '.1 t

Panoramic view of the snowcapped Rocky MANAGER WANTED- For local, 0. C. Cirnn N entry CODrireways ; minimum wage of $2.00 per hour '/of
business. Prior experience In a manage.men I 72 Hour Service On All Magnetic Sign.
Mountain' Near
tithing.
Hunting and Thousand
skllne ? position desirable prefer young ef Plants plus free housing for work beginning August 6.
areai.(91 down(95
Interest. monthly a percent man with desire to grow with a new Fruit Tree, Shad. Tree., I fit
business.Send resumes to Telegraph p, r1
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Evergreen, Camellia
O Drawer A, ,
Starke Fla. 32091
Owner STEED ttchg Azol_.. Rose. For further information see interviewers on ,.tf
911 W.I"hAm.rlilo. Malt In Cant Plant Parking Lots
IO.-37S,T..1690...helot HELP machine WANTED-operators. Experience Female sewing helpfulbut LANDSCAPING Anytime Friday, August 3rd from 9 a.m. til noon at the SLEEPING SICKNESS 1(1II'

not necessary Apply In person. L.k.Butl.r 23 Mi. S.E. Of Stork., Do y 473-2127 Starke Employment Office in the Old Cour-
Apparel co.Lake Butler Fla Ph. I'J
496 3601. Itchg Floroheme Hwy. 100 659-2165 thouse at 209 West Call St. or call 9648092. VACINES 1o'
A.J.Thomai-Realtor Nights 473-2102
.
944 4142, 'A
assodaleaFr.d MATURE WOMAN WANTED FOR AVAILABLE
NOW >a
WAITRESS WORK Mull be depend
Sackett....1753 able. Apply in person Horn. '. I'.O. Uruurr F ..........................................................I y.
Lillian Pearson 712.1804 Restaurant, Lawtey. Fla Itp n ioBills

2 BR, I Bath Masonry HELP WANTED- Qualified Christian Mobil. Homo Ke>.stone Il
teacher for grade I I.7. and 3. Call 468 SINGLES &
DOUBLE WIDES Flu. U.S. 301 I\T.\ Behind u
1 BR I lath Masonry 1666 Hampton, Fla tfchg
Expondo Room. & Add lVillsoon have c c
301
J BR on small ..,..g. TF opening at
HELP WANTED- Now taking'applice. On Rooms Tastee Freeze 964-8711
Irons, for waitresses. Garden w
4 BR 2 Bath Close In Free Delivery and :let Up
Restaurant. 4tchg 8 2 100 MILE N. Temple Ave.for the following 3Z
-- RADIUS
lit iBedroom. With Central Air I )
HELP WANTED- Payroll clerk. Exper BANK FINANCING r S SAVE1
fence helpful but not necessary ApplyIn I personnel
person at Lake Butler Apparel' HWY 17 NORTH. : C.B. Radio & ?1
FOR SALE General Electric TV now for Company or call 496 3601. 2tchg 82 FRED DAVIS Equip
GREEN
saleatDAHMER'S DISCOUNT black& COVE 3/73
white or color Btchg 9 13 Tel. 284-5001 '......7311 BUICK PONTIAC 321 N TEMPLE AVE
United GMC TRUCKS MANAGEMENT TRAINEES $525 PER MONTH STARKE. FLA
FOR SALE- New 3 bedroom brick Farm
veneer.2 baths,living room, kitchen and A LITTLE RIDE CAN
dining area Good location. Financing Agency, ln3eg. < ASSISTANT MANAGER S55O PER MONTH HOME OF "MAGNETIC SIGN CO." r
available Call Bulord Mitchell, 964 6853tfcna Real Estate Broker MILLET I,... SAVE YOU A LOT" K
5/73 DRIVE WAY SALESMAN S1.85
PER HOUR -
FOR SALE- Registered, Angus Bull Paul & Irene Faulkner GREEN COVE SPRINGS*] DISCOUNTS ON ALL C.B. RADIOS NOW.

Calves you pick one now, will be Associates FOR PERSONAL INTERVIEW CALL
DUE TO
DEVALUATION OF
weaned Oct. I. J. B. White Phone 964 O\ OUR DO.LLAR

6114 tlchg 206 S. Woter Street A.A. MEETING' R.C. K1MBLE, COLLECT: AFTER 5' PM c PRICES WILL SOON GO UP BUY NOW & SAVE .t
Stgrke, Flo. 964.5065 VOLKSWAGEN r

FOR SALE- Service Equipment 6 WANT TO SELL OR New & U..dlf1' FRIDAY NIGHT AT 904-786-2789 PEARSE SIMPSON. COURIER. 3
Stock )
Phone 964 SB99 lip tfohqFIIPP
RUY REAL ESTATE?
FOR SALE-1973 Honda 5004 cyl (300 Coll Us For Best Prices Sale. S.n.lc.JII/ 8:30: P.M. .........................................................: JOHNSON. COBRA. PACE. AND 5

and take up payment Low mileage Prospects Waitinq 309 N. CHERRY ST.
Eqpt with a lot of extras. Call 741 2127 or tfchg 1 Mi. North of the Mall ROBYN C.B. SETS
6732107. 2tchg 89 GAINESVILLE rfr TRACTOR CO.Telephone. I
Want To Drink That'sYour (* ) NOTHING SOLD RETAIL
WE NOW HAVEdlamond needles for any 372-3464
make or model stereo player Butinets .
Dahmtr'! Discount House ttchg LONG CHAMPHome
FARM I MACHINESNew
MAITIN CAMPERS Want To Stop, That's Our
FOR SALELlk.new. large Royal typewriter and Building U.S. 90 .. g5"5V8"6"g"ir5"flTt"5" fl B o"ya'a'o'6"5'5" 'I't 8 S fl 8 fl 8 H
Only (100 Call 473 2IJ7 or 473 W. Lok. City Butlnts & Used :
2102 2lchg 8 9 "Materials Phon. 752.3723 I HELP WANTED

For B.st 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441
LOTS Zoned for mobile homes and WE BUILD Selection Of

from.houses Only Several$95 down.. subdivision Monthly' paymentsto to choose "Your' Plant Or Our TRAVEL TRAILERS SEWINGMACHINE GAINESVILLE.( FLA. :: No Experience Necessary, Steady Work,

suit your budget. Ph. 468 list? or 964 MINI-HOMES
Your Lot Or Ours." :
8131. IlchgLINOLEUM Fringe Benefits
TRUCK CAMPERSAND "Where Service I Is The Better Idea"I

FLOOR Covering 6x9. FREE ESTIMATES TOPPERSFull :
3 19 9. 12, $591 la. 12, Sll 30 Soles and Service APPLY AT
Sit 30 12. 15 only4 95 Many pal Remodeling RepairsAdditions Line Of Ports And 1 !
PFAFF ELNA
tern and colors. Dahmer'! Oicount. tt Service I FACTORY HELP NEEDED NATIONAL PROTEIN INC.
Homes Bought Sold TP New Home ..

HOUSE WATSON'S OF VACUUMS Tod.d WHITE I I t tI : Road 21 Hampton Fla.

Many brands of new vacuums 39 00 up ACREAGE FOR SALEM Owen Joist of Florida, Inc. needs dependable, able t : MONDAY THRU FRIDAY ,
Used machines from SIO. Expert $49.50 I I
Repairs all makes. Parts and Accessories .6153 JIMMY MOORE'S up bodied factory help. No.Ap.ritneo note+sory. t : 8:00: A.M. TO 5:00: P.M.
for all vacuums. Built In central I ..
\ vacuum cleaning systems.712 N. Main.Oalnewllle Hwy 301 S. Starke TF S.. Sports Ports & Repairs on Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits. An Equal
r n6.7110.I oil other make. machinesNATIONAL I t tI :: Opportunity Employer

MORE BOAT FOR t tI a B Q ejtQajeeooDBBQ_, 809aaagaaoaaflOQBag9 E
r YOUR MONEY I IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY AT
OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES
r
t tI
Stark. Ph. 964-5791 I
HWY. 100 W. PH. 964.5606 :;; :.,., OWEN JOIST
Special Double Wide >; tl"'llt' 'Complete Outboard & Stern 511 W. Univ. Ave. I I Phone 964-6061 6Z\ "1 FREE

, Drive Service and 6\:
Repair. ESTIMATES
t tI
Summer Clearance Sale Complete; Fiberglass Repair Gainesville, Fla. I AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER :..J :I'.........

Everything priced to sell Custom built Fiberglass 378-1355 I I Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday t tI

Mobile Home New & Used Furniture Fishing Boats. I II t tI WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE

, N III, !lUrk nark On "un.4. ./73 r
Mon .f. Noon I I t
COMPLETE 7:00 A.M. To 5:00: P.M. (Ejtabluh.d 19J9)

................e........................................................................ HOUSE CLEANINGInside : ( 1-1 744 N. Thompson, Starke

Applications & Out Warranty Is As Important Pricewe
STEAM CLEAN PINEHURST
ve stood behind both since 1949
Mildew Paint
Stripping
Are Now Being Accepted For ;
Carpet & Floor Service Grocery And Variety StoreWE

CALL EDDY-
An HAVE MOST COMPLETE
PHONE 964.8359 ACE Enterprise
964-5771 FABRIC AND NOTIONS SHOP
Before 8 A.M. after 4 P.M.
EXPERIENCEDSEWING Complete Janitorial IM' STARKE Electric & Plumbing

:bervlte j Also Complete line Of Hardware & Drapery Supplies
Repairs & Service Old & Herr Work
BOYD SERVtrF Hwy. 100 East Store Hour 7-11

MECHANICOnly Of Starke 7 Days a Week
MACHINE
Trailer Pmcer Poles Installed
M.rr.li end Christine Due T.F.

PUMPS i __________ .u _
24 hr. Service 431.1000

full-time workers seeking NEW AND USED
steady
, SALES A&H ROOFING 431-1200 964-8220

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x Permanent Employment SERVICE PARTS 259 N. Buy St.


Apply in Person Deep and Shallow Wells Starke 964-66110 -------------------l


Plumbing Supplies Call// Billy/// AlvarezSPECIALIZING/ AND DRY WALL, Inc. t

EXPERT SERVICEON Phone 782-3578 Or 782-3896 t
Paid Vacation Paid Holidays Salary Open .
ALL MAKES P.O. Box 605 Lawtev', Fla. I

PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE Asphalt.. Shingling
HARDCOAT STUCCO

Add Ons & RepairsAll

PUMP & SUPPLY CO. SIMULATED BRICK
VOGUE MANUFACTURING CO. INC. Work Guaranteed j

Moved 5 Blocks North For 1 year. "We Make House Calls"Ut96

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SCHOOL Adult classes, NEWS are in progressfor By EJl*..b.tli. QVM W.lk" Sunday, Aug. 12. 1973-74 Bradford County Budget

the summer at the Vo- The Mt. Sinai board
Tech Center and RJE All friends invited to attend all ser Pastoral Day. Sunday School,, will members THI eoARO Of'COUlOn CCM..':;;: ';;'.Of'
hold .
a board ON AUOU.T 8TH "RADI'ORO COUlOn P I
meeting ATf 30 A. 'OR WILL MEET lit I III' **MTM\n II
adults interested! in self and job vices. 9(30.( Morning Worship at 11. Saturday night before the COMNA1NTe"O..RDlNG THE N ,IT ID73!,II OttUtO Tt T.N000ET PURI'O.I AND Of'HIAR'NG PNOM' OAT AND TO DAY RIOUU"THCREAFf9R AND ["filTtli. II'J.. M:,N+1.r1 IIa i Mm.::l A.......*lot H.<....*..,J'm*I > 115)) //I ill" 'iI.! 00

improvement are invited to Evening Service 6 p.m. second NECUARVnnwn
Greater Bethlehem Sunday at Friendship ._.... IttlMATI. IIVINUIt. AND .,Clim_ nrrHMMI' _
attend For information call Freewill Baptist Church nvlNUn A'" Anarorl ... ...-.
9646150. Church, Rev Jasper Last Sunday Mrs. Elaine Lee in Gainesville M."n'.1' Ewr "" .". /RMfR
Williams Church Conference will be held .
.
pastor. Monday gave an inspiring ... wtl ItlH DI! I MM II l il *H I I IIRM'. ."1 II MHI MM N l f1
night .. .
message HM .
Ushers Board No. 2 and Choir, "God's Simple Plan of Salva on Saturday night before the ; ,' .. III" IIM nI MII/M1LI. M I..711. i'enTi..w;: ..n.,;+:;.;. ..,.;:.7.7.;...:;;.... .-.. .... .../..._

(CHURCH NEWS No. tion." The second Sunday at 8 p.m. 111, .Si I't.. N M--X.._ 1| "T'jri'lJ'pM* 'j r_ JMh'..'w-J1.J1-.J
3 meet Tuesday night evening service was +1 ,
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New 1171 .I5cfl l LII'I'.I "1111111"I'
Hope Baptist Church, INnlrLi 1"4cl rt.t. YI"I
Senior Choir rehearsal. Wed- an old fashioned Gospel Sing, ttl! ""or'" wlM.brn.rllt So.!::111..J.. !J.1OO
Ht>v. S. W. Mosely pastor. nesday night which was all. Pleasant Grove United 1"3L Inn.r...... ..,rnM 'II.."... 8 9".010 V'1\1. ,. 111\
enjoyed
Prayer Meeting. by L 4X116" N // +IIH I INI
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Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Thursday night Ladies Circle Methodist Church, Rev. Willie L., .. II........IlrlnlomloO-'10.11. C.. U'J.OIo -m*-i i..i Inccnnrcl t i ra7r .
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worship at 11. Afternoon Stitt pastor Sunday School 10 ,",.11', tlobrl.LNA1U1. Bt.u 1l.,1.o rtuntK
meets at home of Mrs. Rebecca .v....... -.J.. i I I I """ islM .. I' ,
Service 4 p.m., concluding a.m. Lovefeast Service 11. AW'NxGrLWM.LI .7X,9o0IWIU1.LlauM
at
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Allen. Ebenezer
Friday night. Baptist Church ..
Prayer '* l-mf n. 1769:; M.wrY.71w rw9C9:; I
ervices for
the Communion
day. Band meets with Mrs. Allen Rev. Leroy Davis pastor Bible Service, 3 p.m., H:._ ..LC111Ptb19lISS31xWLCwr111cLLP1_ :mlt:
also. Saturday the Senior Class each Tuesday concluding services for the day. I r.'TI"A1I'11'X"N'r.' I *_ _______ 'Itealth_ ___-FIIND
night.
1 IOr..t, NNxYULa.= I
(Creator; Allen Chapel AME Ushers will sell dinners from. Prayer Meeting, Thursday I' tI..JIa.IJIIuJunO rr.r S CJ... n D _,OQO, nraIINrnt .__,
i hurch. Rev. B C. Williams rnL.nlllLb. ._ .' ill*!IIHIAIY/AN/11X111|. ,,(.>IIM1I11. Ut : -
the kitchen. Saturday at 6 p.m. night. Choirs 1 and 2 are having L Q.vU1tY03.o0 ... ....r ........... -.1.............-M.I-Kjgtj ..
P.istor. Sunday School, 10 a.mefoast theregular their "l ,. Y.MI 1. A.nt'w.P1wy ,437, Ain r 11n..MMM. M 1......... ..-. N xr 1-.....
U>\' Service at 11. Com- monthly Sunday anniversary Friday night, .-'! ...-. 'n- .........-
School Teachers Conferencewill Aug. 3, at 8 p.m. Many Choirs It Doesn'tTuke 3._ 1 1iii 101305 Qgnt-t'jftatgjtpur! pf Jlealtti undgr Ctoptel
munion will be given at the 5:30iiviee be held. All teachers are in- will be on parade and all t19 hrs1lE .119 'l( KlpriOa Ctatutwii.. .3.'dlrJL
All members andl YII.II IA I 1OMI rMHifKIUmSS. .
vited to attend. Sunday is members and friends are in- N/'iBi1ra11. .ilTit1411FI1Y"w.an 3J..613. Ii.

ultArl... tn w g."'''."_' ._...f.. ""',.u..a.._Au)' "nIlUUJat <"_L__t An Acre ;+.I M ,. I M N.nx n Axn In Hwwun CAIN 'CIR...... .,, JJH..HtHUF.. ". V.-!YTtnLINI> .

9:43.: Morning Worship at 11. 5O.Q.OO IINAtm6rrtMi'

New Evening Service 7 p.m. To Enjoy GardeningHOME ,.-.,.,, hl 1n 1H ,.AH. IAW. WOut. .,.ity. 115111111th I ..Hr-tHVlUJN ITI-II.nx- .AMI,tlALAMl.C10KUNNe.UPUFNR! :!!

I )Hand Signaling Devices 'w'6., .i- ,__ --"V'11--J VllMI III III../ItJ| *l AIryn.LW. lor N"Llu 1..111113))

Mt. Moriah United Methodist .
Guide Traffic On Chur h, Rev. Willie Stitt pastor. GROUNDS ESTIMATED iXPKNSB .1InIW.! 'UNDIKMDY IttlMAfl. .. .Of,_tlVINUIt. AND RICIIPTt.. NrvlfnM C.NN

> Highways Sunday School 10 SPECIALISTOne C"'h' oMtlnr, lUNG
a.m.
Morning D
Iw.. ... .
HM (IIIMM 41 %#*H hMHM MriMtHI' s .1+
dew hand Worship at H, with Com doesn't have to own a roil nil nx-AL YIAN Mama ntrmnii M it 7rPtOory .. .iIM.Y t A. -- ii.-i' : .1.. ...,.Y._ n.... ., .... .._.._ -._- -
lied signaling devices last year to establish uniform munion. The United Methodist large home on an acre lot to ..S rn..w.wr.r-.--- LII.' I-\11- ",,1Io-.-....ul..._,n --1 f -. ..JIYrl.1Al .

Stop Slow paddles are traffic control measures and Women's Society will meet at 4 enjoy gardening.A '" '''-'.. .LMa EIIIHIw.R1"tlNLJ',; 1:.'9.yI4.67 _
i ui(4( put in use by the Florida standardize procedures p.m., concluding services for .C wtygfl i 5.1gnprgD. "".." ,.""1V1 IM.111115

'pjrtment of Transportation throughout the state. the day. Choir No. 1 rehearsal balcony or patio of a con- -ro!sUHaLAlm' ."l71-.;:n: .., "'".." "" ""1l
; 0 "replace the red r r- ..". ., "." .,/.." .. /nIINl111.,, Itll.
domimium
flags Monday before or small ...... 1wr. MrInul t-- -"-- 11722]
The DOT'S night the third areas Con..lb. ". .Auth.8u..ni.. V.U.W.Alhell.CI p32: II.'mT\ To st t.i Mi -:
i '1 <'\ busty] used in guiding traf- first 500 paddle around y. ; iiiiM xS'- ,.. .. .. ..
were shipped this week Sunday. The pastor is asking all a trailer offer plenty of MN A bond..9E t- ".. ,,,,,,,,, ., ,,,, ,,jn f,,:..,mil, ,,.,,/II,,",,, ,Ilnm u ,,11MA.w '.
around to
.t': highway construc- sins members to room for"container : ...,.... w....
please attend
the gar
IIm' > maintenance and utility district mainten- services.. dening." Adnrtl.liKAttomn ."i'f'...:., != .L..M L.. nx Nrw1M. TWo ._ I
!
t
DlicMrmnlc.tlon
pcrations.1'he aintenance offices where they 10.OOO.00 "T'MAn"' '
'
'NP'C'p'h .
COM.Hotiotnit OUU. _____'111011
I new signs will be used by will be issued to flagmen assigned The popularity of raising -VSffi-
,.. .
0. .
1)H)( JT maintenance to work plants in containers has .10 n 0 "'. ,.r.-_____ I ,
personneland projects.In New Bethel Baptist Church, increased .Inl ,.<>I-! Ib.. nII. .11/ III. .. S1'I"II tllitH W I.l'JJli"_
'""l' required of other Rev. Rev. tremendously in recent ACC.Ca. .'r qDoo: ,. ..rY r.MYd; ;: ; :;;;a ;
Davis j ( .r.1
any Leroy
pastor. ........ .... ., ...
\ernmental authority or the future red flags will be Sunday School will conclude the years. Container gardening is )3A'nnA>.Oth.r than OjOir(,, .Cltrll r corn j""..;.. ,..:- ,....... -Y- l/P.I.un.. : IwlI. I.w.xA.

,'mtiactor performing workiihin used only in emergency situations services for next Sunday. Reg- adaptable and versatile. .......t R1 Akennvto D o.!ooo 0' TfiFd' .rrMiirHiOHt. I t'Htt ".'rrbn.. qf fiijt.!of_.WUi.HoaJ> n.naula R rOX.Lnrrtnt79 J

.\ i public highway right of ular services wil will be held Practically all plants can be ; (_- HVtjtthiuvfiSiT'. / rarlirnl ''irItflMAtl t
grown in a pot box .
can or jar 151a oJ.n.rntVV,111w
.
\ ,1\ C- MI/NIIP' .
at least 11Adr.YU./-
temporarily. Plants
1 no Stop Slow paddle sign is in ... MM1i' -
.n
containers can be moved Indoors !:! q/ 'Il.U9.LANISM.IV.t'' Tu"Mi9..l/ '! !!U
:i 6> inch wide circle of hghtMi : m n 0''1IU1rKltamxnrTIIT '' ''
.\ >ht, durable plastic at- Hampton Area NewsBy during cold spells or == II. III., "'.ITI''il' ..-............MMrlw Lw11' 1111 'n1.082.50
for '
simply use -
as an interior
l I1 i 'i<\( to a six foot plastic pole. decoration. Pot gardening !.. Or"rc." ;. ',.. Of MVIHUIt. AND MCtlFTI. ? nnwror'I.. _

makes it possible to have Btudy arauclPromrty. H-.Iu.Uon] M"'n"n..._lie_r... /YM
i no side displays a STOP sign Josephine Fontaine plants Yo !c< 0000ttT. f HI III! IIM tl II 4N .MMM SI I.IIMHUI$ Wl 11 l 71

,eh: white___n ).ettf'r". .. and_. hnrrl..r..... __. nn_ you.couldn't. otherwise grow .. 11' M ,,
od octagon.shaped back- RECREATIONThe ; Petie Bradley, John Crawford, period.A outdoors. for an indefinite _2fiEIjiry Confrfo i V f ioit| p pt ,J JU s.7 M != .'To".17Ut _TrnMI/G1I9N.BRIlA1nS.t.nnrv.i." : h"i.\ .i. -

,,i ."und. The reverse side says monthly dance for and Ricky Hawkins for helping l U.I, ?!. ICl .", ,, ",,,I,U,,111 ,11, 1 --71'111190>
container I_. .
plant is much ll Kr.nc.Briulrard '9.u' 1Y.N .
,1.1 i >\\ in black letters and Hampton teenagers was held to clean up the hall after the more dramatic than .',," ,.....:.," "" ,,, ,, 1 ;

'"c i ler on an orange diamond- last Saturday evening at Hampton dance. Also a special complimnt the same Cguiitv Ito.Dlt .q10.QoaQov __N__11.i.__ ... ... ..'".. ." ....w.." /'AA11 73.
plant when HciitAl He ..
th Proarui
massed f
with other 10. 180.00H I 9 I I' II (SI full 511 t4t
hiped! background. City Hall. It was well to Petie and John for dancing .

chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. every dance. They helped to plants. A container creates a '''' '' ."'" """, ,. ,", .., IS
Slow
stop paddle special for
,vide more warning signs and Red Curtis Mrs. Josephine make an enjoyable evening.The thus accentuates setting its a plant qualities.and iloi A Doctor vl.tt. (Inil..nt.1 lM.Hi.. lirwt I**. V... ........ 1W Ir 1I

i 'dance to the motorist. He Fontaine, and Mrs. Evelyn next dance will be held It is almost impossible for r11MA11111' KI'1. N\I\_ 'It'trim. '.. TVHIHTIIt .__- .... ,. NI/

oould' have little cause for con- also Vaughan. Marshal Parker was the last Saturday in August. container gardening to be dle.ti'J", "r.'ro.' .. __ __.n. __ .....,
>Ilhlon due to uncertain hand present. boring. Plants LiuruTrA..rlcuitur vT 5"m 'I'.11144IDINSL./III. / MIHI, Ut"I1 .,
It can be rotated to > t HOM temx-l.t ,.. ... .. ...,.....
was a pleasure to see the CITY NEWS I.2 l W .n. .dA .yrM1M-
'unals or improper usage of aIIg create all types of effects. luKOtlrfAttm IU .- ...-..- ... ..-.-. .-. ... '-'
; > Paddle signs spell out the younger folk have a pleasant Hampton was a busy city last Seasonal flowering plants can vv1a140tAU_ / B.v.nu.Rv srrL.nuB nxlr.r.1T'Ehirlnful .n.Ln'....... -

'in.? loud and clear and evening and enjoying dancing. Friday afternoon and be a.-.. a 000 1 ua, mtprojiL14. n rvy).ooMIIH
age are evening. brought on stage when they ..rots AnRU/q"TI".. 'W- la -.) ')
'nsidered an added safety Two guitars were played by Traffic was heavy through hereas are a at their maximum beauty '."'IerTTiii: IYrli.. 0 970 Printing Couponi ,II /dn' -
for both Donnie Lott and Larry Jacks. the train wreck over .!"''''''!' '"i' rv-NlUIHtt ;.-Lre041111 lot 11 lrnnIXlAIInSSxaa1T .'.
"tor th the motorist on High- and then removed to be / .. .. inNS.u"f':
1 IOW '
.
,t-t t the flagman. Both boys are grandsons of Mr. way 301 caused traffic to be de- replaced with another plant. '... M C1.rh Court.In111" noo.onBOAD L
and Mrs. P. H. Lott Sr., and toured through here. Many old For example imagine how '131 11 1 110.INVLTMLVf RLAYCIU9CASHCALAIlCI,11..1nTAI )Qj gtj. I. / .ii* L "limitf. ..M>alT i YlL.p1-|
,
-.ptcilications for the signs Larry: is from Memphis, Tenn. time residents said they could lovely your patio could be with 0'.' W.>T(Sfc tJ11 1 < 1-.w. _N. Y_'-Y 4,1. MTU i 1XIw to..'HhtaitcAsmmANtiMAti .. '' .. TU. NxHU/uPIPO
,II'u I are spelled out loud and Music also "brln 2. m II lU III Ir11.l IM/Yn/1.x1. ,
the was provided by a not remember Hampton ever spring bulbs and azaleas .. M.a.yrnnnAN....... .K.JlRADFQIIIL... 11/111. ...i,...t/l/ ...... .YLr.11.WWH1xy.lwl" /151.
i ir in DOT :Manuel 1 record
onII player.
They were a being so busy.FRIEND followed bv & HRIDGff
I "! lie Controls and Safe Prac- well behaved group and we like marigolds summer and annuals Tl"-IN4- ,1 INI NIIR.......>MKf. W IC.74 1111. .., o* .JVI...... AND Hann nr,4mw _

"i. >'s for Street t and Highway hope that more parents will & NEIGHBORS salvia then r A. ,. .._ r ........__ -A M ... M"-"' .
fall M-.w.wAN
flowering mums and finally '''' "'rOTXB1192 .. nr.JfBrd CowiH U* HtrMT NR.tIIII
i ruction' Maintenance and ? !JL.!! .._ ... .
take an interest .. .....
in helping to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Taylor Christmas 61.0' .": 111111 II'A h'Ia / M I1 714
poinsettias. This >
l '" ,Operations This manual chaperone the young people. have returned from what is -Ill) GAB RJ\IILJM&JUaH"-.I A MOTOR :rUO.>TAIL.'UUOJieil LRU.76. _'1 Uw ... _n _. .I..... ._ _, ,, .... ..-.-_ __
a vacation can be done with container SSr.19..0. -
5.Idopted. hv the lilt 10UIlJLVfATRUetZUMD_ .'" !r' F 1.A.. .. 1 ,
Department We would like -
to compliment trip to California. 1/ ....... :
visited Kiiia. :
They gardening. Here is a .0rsrr r"t .a Aye. .Mifoi.oo':.: i 1: J" J.ow.... O.dln. P 712 __ 1.ODO.ao.
with their daughter while there. checklist of basic ""'" .. ,
. .. . . . . .. .. .. .. points to be I ;: Ie! b ,,
As5I "
. . ... .. Lester Beasley of Waldo is considered- no in rnntanur-_n__..._. aardnn-' u ., 5I/. .""1s!". X"IllP" ..'.""'"'''''' "" "
0- ... '" .. ..,. .. 1 ,, .
: spending this week with his ing: m nr Nmw I nwun c. 1 ""'''' "
1NIxn.
O : sister Mrs. Louise Hogan. Select a container of the I '" '" I" In.Nr. III. ,,IuN'Xn. TAXI 1M.JQI.T4
right .. ''' 1 n' n j I -
tf \ : Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins size and .. """" "" "" ... ". :. ,: : __ ,
0 1 & shape for the growth ," ."." '' '' '' ..,, ,,,, ,,, .
f : and son, Steven, and Mrs. characteristics and appearance IM*- fe.ni 1... r** 1.044 t1rrW ri 1.044MHMATru .. .
Collins' txrrmM MRr L..A. VIM .0'
: of /rwrY TW -
nephew, Danny your plant. The container' is --- .OAD11AlOOe 'UNI 1

e! J : Gehron from Ft. Lauderdale half the picture. A handsome _PPPDPOPO I1n r"T''AU'HNPrN'' ''__ .____ hlrl,I county MB l.it.rt ......
A/J/ : returned last Saturday from a plant deserves a handsome ,,,.Tllr'" n\C.YIAC IM01YGN.PT MNIN 14.1.. ,IM PUNIIRrMr.re
/
... ,
s r...wi. ...... .
N
4.N1 .
: vacation spent in North planter and vice versa. The ....- ..-- .. ,.-- .. ... .-- ION1111/14,1II_ .. tI '_
up : Carolina and Tennessee. container can be ....... ... ,- ..... xd .. ... '"PIl'tllII.... ID. I 0_74._ _ _ _
They -.xl..w
T4 pratically laua ... .
.
> .
.. 1u11ne x .- ,_......
.' r4M
PRICESGOOD -'. : spent a few days with Mrs. Col- anything from a tea kettle or 41U710 0T,1eq PbP80NAL.1L D.DOD.G \... .......,
THRUWED : lins' daughter and Uo310 AAtcN2Naruxoa, .DVOAO I I\\I.nU.InI iYt I 0" b
son in law antique urn to a terra cotta pot, J 10770 4AS 011.LUHPICANTt.. _

AUG II, Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Knox and clay pot wooden box, clay flue 110170. TEPIAI2IU >nu. <. .1l 4a000aD D00.o0 "r" lnNnYNIt11UNN ._
8.1973 IsA i071aISCLLLM1PDQla ..
S .: son Chris in Atlanta. tile or even a crevice in a rockor iO'lO MALL TOOLlL.lu.OEa.IUPPUJILL&xnIUi 5U..00 .700.00 ; /MI MlllMIMIM. Irl",.llr., .
wore rn1.e
s H Ho L d'- OOyp .hrt,''''''fNnl
an old log. Fine OA.RJLlE.IC! [ TI HN11,1 '
and
!
ceramic
iTcsh Plants HUll ". s3.Doieol 111/NI/lIr1t.1.1Y lklpl
,
Zchras 379c : Danny Gehron is spending the redwood containers can P" lnnAxce 0L1WlHn: a UI4 .
-
I lorn \\. art : summer with his grandparents be purchased but handmade tmg': ,1LtrAV3M0.11.iPCPOCE= f.050 1.900.U .m'nMxrLt4NliarlL7r1' IylyrgRDL6! ly! w

Blue Moons : Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver, and containers are always the best 14261! 11fTCMAICLDL63COMONII7 ; .0 TIII II MUI' lr/S.... lei--JlW 1.I'1P n51 0".00JndronL
; G Y.ffiIQriSEI6twNCE 1W.IMr.......... .. ... ..,
his d .
29 .: aunt and uncle, Mr. and since they represent your own OP LOUtPMEMT.T1eLLLTE., "..Iv ,-., 1 ''Ou.-N1. -.-.. ._,
-.2L.QQQ
2/ 29c Mrs. Wallace Collins. talent. Even old UTII I/INI1nIIIIOl1 '- i
Fresh an mailbox 405. mO.i
Water "iin iU11 UNTrltwnlrlx /
.LL >
Clams i: is with / &<* < .G-1'
: Sympathy extended .
; to the cascading petunias __
Pine Tree FOR YOUR AQUARIUM| : family of Mrs. Murtle Dowling draping down from the ....u. 'II s fur1..q.4TiI.Hl.-aut1HH.l .. fj; : ; = ;;:- 77 .....--

EG .49 REG. : who passed Gaines- is a most suitable opening'H.-.,.. n/.T...J..n.: .
: 29 2/ 29 away in PLr11IVFUE CA9111LAM.r01tC N 11- l WIN KT Wir** nl* m,MM>N.id.t.IM L1.XM1
29cca. ville. She III II 0'I to Irr CSTMP'.7,It.I N..NrN/- '0-
; was a Hampton be
your imagination your guide. nut. ,_ .
: 8".n. r_ "' .uN1. ,_r, HIS. '--'
_
resident and is survived by her pp _Salpp_

: : husband, Ressie T. Dowling Use a porous, fast-draining nnM.n.00 .lY1NW1.Ne acnw.N An.n."A" Err

: and many other relatives. soil mix such as half peat and ___rSNE L FOP,6ITVPE .,

Golden Hamsters .. half coarse sand. Plants need NM. .w. ... 01I .".... ..r......IM 474IfM yyHM

'1 good drainage for growth so use t.,. .._ ....... ___ _._ .- .

BIRTHDAYS a porous mix and not a clay 1.11 .lM:-r.TIL---'O.! .....-..i ;....).11 n.9; 79..J_
f 171 PRINTING
.
JEG 'iKea rcartLruaii
$139 111.196.563161 _
BELATED GREETINGS TO: mix Also for drainage, make 199 fXc'7-l i. J a.5iflfc
+
I
Mark Bruno, Mllene sure the containers have holes ...., aYLM4L.. :- -:oo .
"" T
Rodriguez, "" ii ""
98'EA' Darin Scott and also to Ruth in the bottoms. If holes are not '. "..., -U. ..
... ..
Underwood who was three present and can't be bored in .'" ... ,V.. nP XMx,11". .".w.." fAM1411 /. & C, jlCll61964/@
G
old the container be very careful 'J" .
years on July 30. And a ... 36305
with watering. Too much water .. .. '
Happy Birthday to Mike Simmons """ " "" '" ''

SrA3K |g CENTER 3 Chanda who will Ann be Simmons 12 on August the little is almost water.always worse than too l..AM. ... 1.nO N..r1MI- 1.S30 J4STIMATlII -


lilt C.II St 5th of August, and to Mrs. Ruth Plants grown in pots or boxes rx'uo'.J'lJI.loJOftFI1T1111IL.- FUND

1, Th.1.111..1 Tl.a. Underwood, August 21.Grey's need to be fertilized regularly _0PADPO1U" ) n..NIIRTill
Ph.f'4''29 .. .
. . . .zASluas. a.9AEn. ..a.+.Cllt. .. .pRf61. . during the growing season. ..N r/1r1. DI HI IVIMrr..1n.Mnni m. !! ?*_
n. .. . . .. Watering can readily leach !;; __ :.::: ....A.Mr. ..I.1. ,=:: I
,..,... __ ] ; .
JO". "" _____ ." ..... .. ", wMM
- --- -- uwu VJII "u..JJ\"I'S 50 0104 i
-! WITNFSS t JURY.ruo. _
i 5aaaiQ_
fertilize often. J2'U_ .pnirn) COURT COST .J

Most plants need repotting in )mg--: ;_ HATCHINO SALARY P.OSCUTIMUATTY.FUNDS __ ,0:fc

fresh soil mix when their roots UIIUi.Ft.... BO"DMTIIEATUll _
Mobile HomesNeed 80 n ._ Update
'ur'U"'II't.' TTQiu) 3..1t2Htl
fill the container. This "root 'jjOOQ ..aur'LJIIEMTl1Er -, ? _
bound" condition requires 221lJ IIAINT.000NTY, '*iiiAuuiitaii .- ......Q 10U -

repotting or root pruning. m NUOEE'G/WS. lp 1a ,_. : : Your
Most container JlALJUtY.DUUTIEL02 1<11 fca nd
plants can be :Ptll6CiUIUCHIUAa_&&. 70.66 .
A Home
.
: brought indoors for varying ::nm3L--_ jfvriT(uuitmiR. "ri"'"' L1LGT5ft1 ..n D N i

I periods of time and should be Ion 'DI11111rtN.ilrf. -

Short Of Cash ? : rotated to increase their Fns cAVtlii.rYTPe.niH Image

usefulnesses. -. :..1,11(1.( _. : ,..- ,1 I

: Suitable plants are .Mw.11w 2344 OCT'72 M.P. 34Letterheads
practically H/."A0..CASH ALA""Mil" TO U CAftRlID fOII! .!.MlDU I
unlimited. Foliage .11 I.191"O''T'' ''Nn 11,r
Let Us Show You How To OwnA : plants such as palms, bamboo ,411 MUM./1. ........4/pd .-. I.NrMrW Iw1F" 115/ say a lot abouta

and philodendrons etc. make s... I4I..IICMfi MWrorf company. When can't makea
IloneOn Rental Purchase excellent container ..?::5.4n Iw.N you
but
Agreement plants
don't .....,.. ....r.. call in have
omit flowering plants like PHI 1111 PW th.NINM. 11fbSM.I M 11 7A person, you to rely

annuals perennials and bulbs. .. ... .. .... .
H.4 on
Hr '
stationery to
5200 Down or Less. Herbs, hanging basket plants, l..:,,' i1' '' u"'J .... your project the
; ;
1 | w.oIU'! In -
ferns and impression
1. 24x44 3 Br. 1 $ Bath 56895 choices. Also fruit trees are other ,,,, .. ,.III..I.H. .snTTy 1.214.Q0 you want. We specialize -
try flowering :21.igl
... in modern
,
In Mi! lilt design.
2. 12x60 3 Br. 1 $ Bath 54495 shrubs and trees like azaleas, l--.."" ..... ..... ... "..wAAO nMlAAr .
bougainvillea crape myrtle, ''' '"><<*"' <* "

REPOS gardenias, roses and others. .., .. ." ""." ", Your Letterhead Is You

Here again your imaginatio L.Hr .... I
3. 24x65 3 Br. 2 Full imagination is your only limitation -
Baths '_T..J"X'.N.U. .
gardening. 5utlJiy! P."YD FUND THE TELEGRAPH

Small Transfer Fees. Assume Payments. ttrvirvird'
.. rtm titr>.m.i, Tf*.r'iiM<_?r W. CoJI:
'< : :1'::.,.,.:-..:.:,:->..-.;>:::tTl;;,'=:': St. Stork.

4. Serveral 12 Wide Repos .. ,w Call
-"! "" Enree Our
"Some office holders IV f.r ta BlntlM ...rv. tcct.T Printer
seem .. .
Assume Payments. ntrfai f'r .A.ru.H0 *
to forget that the public business h..aJ---r .n.r: iftMrri. IMHI.TlMpiiTH t--g.: .

of this country is the II' APVIPNIMln'1Ntit&FMI

(:unto By Today 372-115 private business of every citi ;w.,1. : tfl' **TY y dw.A < SAVE.oNl

zen.-Fred W. w. IIIS.IIL, L M7wM t.IG .-.
,t5j Grown The '
N.W.13th
Guinesville' St. Bergen (N. J.) Citizen. _:00 r1l9E LUIIIA"",,,,tOAI'rsws1Tesu N: OFFICE


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