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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 16, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Carrying Graham to Brooker after a meeting last Thursday with

county commissioners, requested by the state Department

of Transportation.


Would Cause Though that stretch of primary pavement, narrow,

curvy, and rough, is some of the worst in the county, the

County Commission had virtually given up on the projectin

.-, early June when told right-of-way acquisition to

'.y:.,', i.. More Autopsies"The primary standards would cost $476,000.Then .

., ..t,,'',.q'Y.t', +lbj. "YriF y zt e w -4 C. .; ,.pi, ..-. out of the blue last Skinner held out two

way I see it, we'd just was questioning the $300 Thursday, DOT requested a possibilities for securing
b A 1n' ; .MaPIA 1' 8""f r 'o"i''" meeting with the county on funds to
.> s i" a6 t 1. : have more autopsies to per charged to the county for acquire right-of-way:,
form," quipped Com autopsies performed at SR-18 and Walter Skinner, which he said Thursday will

It took 25 min. to unpin the seriously Injured driver from the wreckage of his lire rock truck missioner Eddie Allen, endinga Alachua General HospitalThe assistant District 2 DOT cost an estimated$273,866, far
Tuesday after It ran Into a 1949 Ford on SR-230 east of Starke. lengthy discussion August 6 engineer, came to Starke to below the$476,000 figure given
state attorney's office meet with
on whether the county board commissioners. the county last June. Skinner
would allow representatives orders autopsies Sheriff Board members were unableto suggested that the county: 1))
of Jacksonville Dolph Reddish pointed out; fathom why the DOT is Deplete its secondary road
a security his office has nothing to do suddenly anxious to have the fund for the
next two to
6In'uredln 8 WrecksSix agency duty to at carry a Lawtey pistols whileon night with it. "The cost is im- 12.5 mile stretch of road buy the right-of-way years, or 2))

spot.The (Sea Page 7)) repaved needed. though it is badly Attempt state some to of secure the $15,000,000 from the

request was made by budgeted by the 1973
Rev. Luther B. Ross of the for
persons, including a the Bradford County Hospital SR-230, 1.2 miles east of truck and the lime rock truck Ross-Johnson Security Legislature right-of-way.purchase of
bike-car mishap, received after being thrown completelyout Starke at 6:10: p.m., August 14. smashed into him. Agency of Jacksonville. At the primary
injuries In eight automobile of his pickup truck. JamesR. Both vehicles were "The Ford pickup was same meeting the commission Skinner left with the county
accidents in Bradford and Glisson, 19, and Donald traveling east on SR-230 while totally demolished- looked resolutions to be signed and
Union counties August 1-14, submitted to DOT, authorizing
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90-Day Ban 1 the DOT
according the Starke Police 'fJ to use the county's
Department and Florida J secondary road funds to

Highway Patrol. Placed On City purchase right-of-way. The
A "h commission, however, has not
Two persons, Robert Stone 1 exercised these resolutions,
Truluck, 54, Ft. White, and "..
"Mobile Homes f but tabled the matter until an a
Scott Whitehead, 19, Starke. be
investigation can made as
were admitted In localhospitals No more applications for the ; to how some of the $15,000,000

after a 1949 Ford v M ,,, fi ,. placement of mobile homes in allotted by the state might be
truck driven Whitehead
by r Starke will be accepted by the obtained for Bradford County.
turned into the of lime
path a
City Zoning Board for a periodof
Skinner urged the county
rock truck driven by Truluck. it decided ,
90-days was at commission to act quickly,
Truluck was admitted at the y r the board's meeting on August ; stating that there is a chance
VA Hospital in Gainesvillewith I' 'y ul' 6. that SR-18 may soon be
serious injuries. 4 < The action was approved by 1 reclassified as a secondaryroad.
the City Council the following
"Truluck was pinned in his 7 night. If that occurs expense of
truck for approximately[ 25 1 l -' g. the paving as well as right-of-
L.M. Gaines, chairman of
afa ''' way would fall on the county.
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minutes, stated FHP ti h Ah the City Zoning Board, said
Trooper R. S. James of the action was taken because ; The DOT engineer said the
Alachua, "the rock truck had a/-- ? r > Ji present ordinances governing county presently has accruedin

completely turned over." mobile homes were written Rr its Secondary Road Fund,

Whitehead was admitted at more than 20 years ago, and which DOT keeps, a total of
are now obsolete. In order to $329,000-$172,000 as of June 30.
avoid further complications, 1973 and$157,000 as of June 30,
the board decided to suspend ,: 1974.According

'.: ,' (V. N., r.I q'' ,1 ( ; ''$m receiving further applications to DOT estimates
made last December and
.*. in the hope that a land use
study, now under' way for the tM,. January, Skinner said,
This view of the wreckage shows the totaled Ford pick-up. county and city, will be secondary road funds should
: completed within 90 days. accrue to the county in 1975-78

Evans, 18, were treated and the lime rock truck was atlike a train had hit it," stated This study is expected to Include (See Page 7))
released after being thrown tempting to pass the Ford James. recommendations for
out also. pickup.Whitehead made a left new regulations governing the
The accident occurred on turn into the path of the other See Page 6 ) location of mobile homes.

RaifordVotes


Open House Interest Again RevivedIn

And Fish Supper Ae

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LAWTEY VOLUNTEERFIRE e 3-Mills
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DEPARTMENTSAT. New Starke City HallInterest i S l Raiford's referendum

., AUG. 25 authorizing a three mill ad

FROM 4:30: P.M. valorem tax on property in the

in building a new meeting room and hallway pole rent charged annually to city hall, or repairing\ and f / of city,passed Tuesday by a vote
LAWTY BERRY WHARF city hall for Starke was ($1,491.30)) and the two former the telephone company (about remodelling portions of the i f' 48 to 33.
The
revived at last week's Council jail rooms (1203.18). The $3,500 a year); and the one- present one. new levy became ef-
FRIED AND SMOKED meeting when the matter of latter are not being used since cent gasoline rebate.Councilmen A contract was awarded by p fective immediately and will
MULLET the housedin the Council to Gaston's Tree be collected on the 1973 tax:
renovating present city city prisoners are now
Neil Tucker roll
hall the Service of Gainesville for the according to Raiford'scity
brought
was up by City county jail.
ADULTS S).!5O and Vernon Silcox, and Clerk attorney, Richard Welty.
Clerk Merrill Edwards. removal of nine trees and the
Several councilmen
CHILDREN Edwards were named as a Seventy per cent of the
S1OO of ten others
Edwards said he had questioned the wisdom of committee to investigate the trimming of on city town's 123 qualified electors
received one estimate of spending money on the feasibility of building a new property Tree at a cost 2190.of turned out to vote on the issue,
$2,694.48 from Gene Edwards present city hall, which was Sapp Surgeons which would have meant the
bid for
for remodelling the Council termed inadequate for thecity's Gainesville $2,385 loss of State and Federal
needs and attention removing ten trees and .rlj i flr, i d'' it rt,
CommunityAction 3 Days Left trimming eight. Burk's Tree t. d / Yl eSfiu FCl Revenue sharing funds,
turned to the long-pending
Meeting Rain Totals project oa new city halE Surgeons of Palatka bid $2,170 Head MajoretteAnita $25,000 amounting annually to approximately, if the tax
for removing ten trees and
Edwards said however that To
Buy Tags levy had been defeated. A new
trimming eight. All bids In-
the additional space law the
BP.M. 4O8Inches represented by the unused Only three days remain, cluded grinding stumps and Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green of passed by 1973
TUESDAYAUG.21 city jail rooms was needed including today (Thursday, removing all debris.School Starke, will lead the 1973-74 edition of the Bradford High Legislature from receiving, disqualifiedcities
School Marching: Band onto the football Held this fall. All will revenue
now to relieve overcrowded Aug. 16)) in which to purchase funds unless
R J E SCHOOL sharing they
be resplendent in new uniforms. Miss Green Is a sophomoreat
Since 1 1973-74 automobile license
Aug. conditions in the rest of the levied at least a three mill ad
building.It plates.Deadline. BUS; she has been a majorette since the eighth grade. It valorem tax.
PUBLIC INVITEDTO be brother, Charlie who calls the for the Tornado
Just 4.08 Inches of rain has was pointed out that an is Monday, Aug. Opens signals It is estimated that the new
DISCUSS fallen on Bradford County; In architect had drawn 20, at 5 p.m. After that any football team.Umiatlug tax will bring !in approximately -
toward the of the band uniforms
purchase $10,500
for vehicle minus a new red and
scattered showers since August preliminary plans a new $600 annually.
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FUTURE hall several white tag is liable to be picked 27 are the following individuals and businesses; Owen Joist of
1 I. leaving the county; tar city years ago Aug. The future of the newly
PLANNING OF behind August'e58yearaveralge with an estimated cost of over up for a tag violation by the Starke, $200; W. T. Jackson, Inc.. DeVVitt C. Jones Funeral incorporated town was ridingon
COMMUNITYSPONSORED of 14.03 inches. $250.000 (including jail). With Florida Highway Patrol. Students will start back to Home. Winn-Dixie. Clyde Terwillegar, Florida Bank at Tuesday's election results,
A total of 8,8 Inches fell at the f jail[ no longer needed this Only 6,600 auto tags had school Monday, August 27 Starke, Community State Bank Miss Lillian Slump, L. E. since Raiford officials had
Andrews, Pierce, and Irene Faulkner, $100 each.
item would be eliminated been sold through Wednesday after George
BY the Louis Hill tower at Highland now teachers have been predicted the town could not
Aug. 112. but the Council predicted that, morning by the office of Tag planning their work for about Also contributing were Nancy's Flowers, James E. continue to operate without
BRADFORD N Y C land Aug. 1-12 according to due to Inflation, the cost of a Agent J. R. Kelly, just half of two weeks. McRae, Merrill Edwards Sears Store. Libby Sales and revenue sharing funds.
the new city hall would still be the 12,388 vehicles in the Bradford High students will Service Cooper's Nursery. Western Auto, E. D. Patray, With an annual income of
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s- nrr a around 250000. county. Should everybody start at 8:55: a.m. and meet at Julia's Florist, Suwannee Store, Leila's. Colonial Florist around $28,000based on
100 Forestry headquarters onSR- The City Clerk reported that decide to buy license tags at the stadium to get organizedand Bradford County Medical Staff, Register 011, Draw-Tite, current revenue sharing
Qjhr (Community section west Starke,making that' approximately $21,000 was the last minute, there will be a pick up their schedules.The Starke Builders. Dr. (Harry Gruen Cadillac Uniform. Dopson receipts) the town can now
week the wettest during the now on hand in a special mad rush and a long line. school days will end at Chiropractic Clinic Badcock Furniture, Dr.Wayne Whiffen. proceed with plans fora ,i
State Sank New otAug,1-12. building fund for the proposedcity That's something Tag Agent 3:05: every normal day. Biggs!: Body Shop, Gay's Appliances. Pinehurst Grocery, combination town hall and j
River tower on SR-100 hall. He said this was Kelly tried to avoid by staying Holidays will be Labor Day, Vogue Manuf. Co., Winkler Electric II. II. Houston. Starke firehouse to house its recently e
A.w.r.... .....e west inches of Starke recorded l.! derived from several sources, open late two nights, but Sept. 3,Thanksgiving, Nov. 22 Motor Parts, Torode 011 Co., Dr. J. E. Denmark, Stanley acquired fire truck; improveits
T.heap N. and Santa Fe tower including the three per cent hardly anybody took advantage and 23, and Christmas Noegel, Stan's Bootery, Dr Richard Odum, Hardy's ball park; continue its
on US-301 south of Starke fee paid by the state to the cityon of that opportunity to vacationDecember 20 Salvage!: ,Slade Gas, Esther Carter,Seeber Goodman, George street lighting, and make
recorded 4.3 inches. sales tax collections; the buy tags after working hours. January 2. Roberts, and Neil Tucker. other planned Improvements.




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LewisChitty Reunion Held I t Martha Lou Burns Honored With ShowerMiss BIRTHS I

41{ t AfRitch t Home +4 4r& Martha Lou Burns brought unwrapped so that the ...
EngagementMr. was honored with a miscel- guests could enjoy viewing
11 NI Little Marla Diane Scott laneous bridal shower Tues them. They were then wrap- Mr. and Mrs. David A.
and Mrs. Elmer E. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. day night of last week at the ped and packaged for the Barnes of Starke announcethe Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Andrews -
Lewis announce the engage- t 1Kay Eddie Scott of Blackshear home of Mrs. T. N. Norman. groom-to-be's parents to take birth of daughter,Linda of Phoenix ArIz. announce -
ment and approaching mar- Ga., and great, great-grand- Miss Burns Is the daughterof to Houston. Michelle on a Aug. 18 In Ala- the birth of daughter,
riage of their daughter, Deborah daughter of Mrs. Daisy Ferryman Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Burns chua General Hospital.Grand- Kristan Kelly, on June 12.
Kay to Kenneth Doug- was the honored guestat all of Houston, Texas. Her The guests were then invited parents are Mr. and Mrs.
las Chitty, son of Mrs. Oulda a Fifth Generation cele- marriage to William R. My- Into the dining room for re Paul Bennett of Lawtey and Grandparents are Mr. and
Quick and Don Chitty of St- s bration at the home of Mr. rick, son of Mr. and Mrs. freshments. The table was Mrs. Myrtle Barnes of Starke. Mrs. A.W. Anderson, Jr. of
arke. and Mrs. J.W. Ritch on Sunday Robert Myrick of Starke will covered by a white linen cloth ------------ Ventura Calif., and great
be an event of August 17 In and centered with the punch Dr. and Mrs. R.E. Dopsonof grandparents are Mrs. Myr
Miss Lewis Is a 1973 grad- Enjoying the family get-to- the Ilelmers Street Baptist bowl which was encircled with Lake Geneva announce the tle Anderson and Mr.and Mrs.
of Starke.
uate of BUS and Is employedby gether were Mr. and Mrs. Church In Houston. greenery of lacevlne inter- birth of a son, Christopher J.G. Caldwell
Dr. Harry Gruen. A.M. Moore Mrs. Jimmy Davis Mrs. Norman Invited the spersed with mock orange blo- Diamond on Aug. 11 In Fra-
and Mrs. Scott of Black- guests Into the living room ssoms. Mrs. Rudolph Sapp zier Hospital Macclenny.
Mr. Chitty Is a 1971 Grad- shear Ga., Mr. and Mrs. where games were enjoyed.The presided at the punch bowl.
Ron Alton of Palatka, Rev. room was decorated with Assisting In serving were ,
uate of BUS and Is employedby .. 4
Mrs. Eldon and Miss "
Sapp Beverly
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the Starke Fire Depart- and Mrs. Graham Spurrier of arrangements summer
ment. St. Petersburg, Mrs. Sarah wers. Eggers.
Henderson of Green Cove Springs Since the bride-to-be could Approximately 25 guest en- Dr. R. E. Dopson
The wedding will be an e- Lewis Mrs. Tommy Johnsof not be present, the gifts were Joyed the occasion.
vent of Friday Oct. 5, at Macclenny and Mrs. Gra-
8 p.m. In the First Baptist ham Spurrier, Jr. and son SingletaryCox ..,
Church.All Invited to attend the weddingand of Johnson City Tenn and civd ofoving .Jhank3 .
reception.lODOOOOOOOOOWOOO. their families. Date Set Do You Have a "Stalled"neeJteworL 1
friends and relatives are
BECAUSE OF MY NEW SON
.<..uo..- o n o oooooooonoanoooiGeorge. -' 010: 0000 oooogoo ooooaooooooQ'---- Rev. and Mrs. Aaron Sin-

W. Holston m, sum- Vicki Williams s visiting gletary announce the engage Project ?
mer youth director for the Keeley Powell In< Mauldin, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wigginsof ment and approaching mar- Christopher Diamond Dopson,
and Mr. and their
First United Methodist Chu- Fairburn, Ga. riage of daughter Joyce
S.C. this week. of Jack- to James Larry Cox,
rch for the past ten weeks Mrs. Jimmy Wiggins Lynne

will Gainesville leave for Sunday.his home He will in Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ro- with sonville their spent parents the weekend Mr. and son Cox of, all!Mr.of and Ralford.Mrs. FredA Bring it to the magic Jle,Ile andWe'll i I would like to give Public Notice

return to Florida Southern well visited Disney World Mrs. One Wiggins. Miss Singletary is a 1973
this fall Wednesday. graduate of Union County High of the Love & Affection to Wife
College |
my ,
to
... School. Un- try get you going again.
Mr. Cox graduated from
ion County High School In 1969 Jana, because she has given im
attended Lake City Junior College
and is now employed at FREE INSTRUCTIONSOn
Union Correctional Institute. another person to love as much a..
The wedding will be an eventof
Mustang Friday. AUK. 31. at 8 p.m.
In the First Baptist Church, all Phases of Needlework.7Jajic I love IIer
Ralford, with a reception following
in the church Fellow- With All My Love
ship Hall. All friends and
MOBILE I HOMES INC. tend.relatives are Invited to at- / needle Your Husband



1650 N. Teruple Ave. 964-7212 1517 Bessant Rd. 964-6300 Ron

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Your 'Mobile Home


JEANS..JEANS. JEANS FROM CARPS FORt ]

Shopping Center CARPS

FeaturingAltair

Ara Argo Bonanza Bronzwood Capella Draco I o

Elmwood Granville Sheffield .. t t DD


August Clearance Sale ContinuesA

73 Homes Must Go! r

1973 12x60 Capella 1973 Altair 'f-: 13/2 OZ. HEAVY DENIMBOYS'

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Beautiful Spanish Decor Fully Furnished Scales Thomas j & GIRLS'Western


Engagement Told styling for Back-to-
Was $7495 Was $6995 i. 0 School comfort

Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. 0I Sturdy construction, 100% Blue
Now $6995 Now $6595 io
Scales of Keystone Heights, denim cotton is sanforized
announce the engagementand
forthcoming marriage of Flare leg, five pockets

This is Your COUPON GOOD FOR W' their daughter Cindy Lynnto ;; Reg. sizes 8 to 18 Slim 8 to 14GUYS'
Franklin L. Thomas, son
_-Jtl NOT 10,000But 15,000S&HGreen :.: .: of Mr. and Mrs. James W,
Thomas of Starke.
[Stamps With The Purchase of a NEW 73 HOMEOur
Miss Scales Is a 1972 grad- \ JEANSSUPER
uate of Keystone Heights High &
Prices Include Delivery Within 100 Mi.
School and is presently a
Cement Block. Installation Of Hurti cane Tie Downs. sophomore at the Universityof GALS'

25 Ft. Of Water Hook-up & 20 Ft. Of Sewer Pipe Florida.Mr. ,
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Plus A Set Of Steps. Thomas Is a 1969 grad- .13'/2' oz. Heavy Denim
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uate of Bradford High School ly .Western styling for
and is employed with N.N. Back-to-School com 1
& B Construction Companyof fort
Gainesville. '.Sturdy construction frII
In Starke + 100% Blue Oenim cot-
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A fall wedding Is planned. r 1 1 ;ft ftV
Geo Lewis -, VVV


I 353 Owner N. Temple And Bridge LuncheonFor Party -- JEANSSUPER 4

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Mrs. Sarah Barton of Atlanta Men's Western Guys' & Gals' Jeans III
and Mrs. H.B. McLen-
h fCUT $40 don of Orlando were complimented Heavy Duty 14 oz. Jeans 28" Bell Bottoms Low Rise, JJV ,
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with a bridgeluncheon '
j.
; oz.coarse weave. : A 1'
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party Saturday in the Pecan /
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I 'Riveted reinforced at ,
Navy denim bar %
a Room of the Garden Rest- V
1. aurant by Miss Madge Mid- every strained point tacked
;>ce 998811988 dleton, Mrs. E.L. Matthews, | 100% Blue sanforized .Pr.-shrunkcotton,4 t '
and Mrs. Harry Mooty. cotton derim, 5 pockets -j(i patch pockets y' rP
l,. II*95 Wo. 1t99s t
Arrangements of yellow day 'Waist 29" to 38", Length Short-Reg.* --
r t '. lilies and marigolds, and Length 29"to 34" Long
> r inr f
r colorful coleus were used for

P m t9 d.rM tanMd 1 the six tables occasion.were Centering day lily florets the- GET IN STEP WITH CARPS "BACK-TO-CAMPUS"f CANVAS

and coleus leaves. Mrs.
-r1. John Miller passed out tanya
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't1' 11 and place cards as the guests
9Iy..yV.6 arrived.

After luncheon, several pro
gressions of bridge were
played prizes awarded. High
guest prize and door prize p''
were also awarded. High TopBasketball Low Quarter ..S4.99 Men'sBoys'Youths'Basketball

; a.n..rsUtt Wl.O2J.WAnwuuus. RUBBER SOLES Shoes .Basketball Rubber Shoes Cushioned arch
vv..mm..a. sole padded
a, w s -.'let r }' ? Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Turner BLACK a WHITE $2 8 8 collar and tongue GReg .Sure grip soles ShoesgReg
and Mrs. L. L. Hardee of .Many colors Many colors
Youths')0-2,
Washington, D.C. spent the Asst. Sizes .YouthIIOfa.2BlgBOYI! '
6, Men's6'h-11
'1 a weekend In Valdosta Ga. with 2Vi-6, Men's 6U-tt\
V their sister Mrs. W.T. Brin-
Y '1 Z9Vt son, who Is seriously 111.They

:. also Turner visited In a their Valdosta father Nursing Roy QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES Charge it

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Miss Jayno Hardy of Atlanta Miss April Stephens returned -
la home this week and Miss Bob Libbys Sunday after six weeks visit Miss Underhill Baldwrin
June Hardy Is home from Valdosta with her brother-in-law and / /
State College until Attend GraphicArts sister Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Comp//mentec//
September. Crane In Norfolk Va.
, ShowBob Mrs. H.M. Hatcher m and
Mrs. Berniece Opterman of Mrs. J.C. Dukes and child- Mrs. H.M. Hatcher'Jr. entertained -
Clearwater was weekend guestof ren and Mrs. E. C. Dukes at a coffee on Sat-
Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Dlnldns & Adrlanne Libby of spent Thursday to Sunday with urday morning, honoring Miss Chevrolet 0 Ids
and other relatives. Orlando were Invited to attend Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brooklns Patricia Underhill brideelect -
the annual Graphic Arts In Raleigh N.C. of Wayne Blankenshlp at the
Free Instructions on all Show In New York City during home of the latter.
Phases of NEEDLE WORK the week of July 22. Five LTC and Mrs. V J. Spengler
AT THE MAGIC NEEDLE hundred people from 30 coun- and Mrs. Emma Badman flew Greeting guests at the door
1517 Bessant Rd. 0846300Starke. tries attended the week long to Beldune N.B. Canada August was Mrs. Hatcher Jr., who
Fla. affair. The Libby representedtheir 3 for a vacation and visit presented them to the receiv-
own studio Ant Arts with relatives. The Spenglers ing line composed of the, 0
Mrs. Charles Fink and Studio of Orlando. Mr. Libby received word the day after bride- to-be, her mother
children of Green Cove Springs Is the eon of Mr. and Mrs. they arrived that Col. Spen- Mrs. R. Underhill! the gro-I )
visited her mother, Mrs. L.L. Libby of Starke. gler's mother, Mrs. Cecelia om's mother,Mre.LdwtfWillama
Ella Moody on Sunday. They, During their stay In New Spengler of St. Augustine, had ] and Miss Pam Under- I
with Mrs. Pearl Colson and York the Libbys visited with died and they returned Immed bill sister to the bride-elect. _* _
Mrs. W.H. Hart visited Mr. Bob Peak Richard Hess and iately. Mrs. Badman remained _
and Mrs. C.W. Beasley at other top Illustrators and designers with her son and family, Inviting guests to the refreshment -
Lake Geneva In the afternoon. In the commercial art Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Badmanfor table were Mrs.
field. a week and returned with Carl Hurst and Mrs. Ver- STAKE
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin The One Show was openedand her grandson Martin, who is non SIlcox. The table was
staying for three weeks. covered with an Imported cut-
and daughter, Barbara returned CommunlcationsWeekde-
Friday after two weeks clared by Mayor Lindsay at the work embroidered and lace XOMR
vacation taking Mrs. George awards banquet held at the Mrs. Mary Lu Hodge and tablecloth. The centerpiecewas '
Robarts and children back to Waldorf Astoria. granddaughter of Jacksonvillewere a silver candlabra en-
their home In Indianapolis Besides attending The One Monday guests of Mrs. tvrlneded with fern and mixed CLAiM.Close '
spring flowers and .
Ind. after a month's visit here Show; the Llbby's visitedart E.C. Dukes. blue tapers. burning
and also visited relatives In museums, shopped and
Fairfield Iowa. The God- saw many of the sights of New Mrs. Esma Yongue and Mrs. Pouring punch were Mrs.
wins brought back with them York before their return on Thelma Dean of Fairfield A] Waddell, Mrs. Jan Nor-
their cousin, Mrs.Harry Can- July 27. were Sunday visitors of Mr. ton, Mrs. Wayne Wynn and '
non's parents, Mr. and Mrs. \LW1kta! Leute n*** and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell. Miss Mary Sue Underbill,
S.E. Kennedy Keystone Heights cousin of the bride-elect.
for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tho Mrs. Margaret McKInney Is
mas' 1930 High School re- home after two weeks In the Others who assisted In ser- Out
Vincent St.John of Port Can union and picnic at the homeof North Florida Regional Medi- ving were Mrs. Charles
averal visited his family over Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nic- cal Center. Hardy Miss Carol Hardy -
the weekend. hols at Crescent Beach Sun Mrs. J.T. Prevatt, Jr., and
day. Mr. and Mrs.James T.Sides Mrs. Don Neel.
lytatkN! "1Ii >I OtwK>rMlf 11WC>6C-.. and son of Macon Ga. were
weekend guests of Mrs. B. C. The hostesses presented the
Holtzendorf Sr. honoree with some of her
chosen china.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen St. About 100 guests called between Sale
John of Bradenton visited his the hours of 10 to 12.

brother and family, Mr. and -------
Mrs. Richard St. John over
the weekend. Miss Patricia Underbill was
r Free Instructions on all honored with a linen-kitchen
Phases of NEEDLE WORK bridal shower Monday night .
AT THE MAGIC NEEDLE given by Mrs.Sylvia Kirkland
1517 Bessant Rd. 964-6300 Mrs. VIM Jackson and Mrs.
Starke Fla. Jan Norton at the home of the
latter on Ralford Road. OITU DIG THESE BUYS"eVI" !

Mrs. John Adams and daughter Mrs. Joann Crosby greeted
Amy, of Athens, Ga. arrived guests at the door and pre
Wednesday to spend the sented the honoree and her
week with Dr. and Mrs. H.II. mother with orchid corsages.
Adams. John Adams will join The twenty guest enjoyed
his family over the weekend. games and refreshments during -
the. party hours.
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomasand The refreshment table was
son of Live Oak were covered with a beige crocheted A 1973
Saturday overnight guests of lace cloth over yellow
Mr. and Mrs. T.L. CaseyJ. linen. At one end fountain
v Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Casey encircled with fern flowed with
C1,7- Jr. pink water. This was balancedwith df

silver candelabra. Mrs. + '
f a Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harrington Jackson presided at the punch
o-n eoa3t119C and daughters of Or- bowl and Mrs. Norton served ChevroletsAnd
the
a mond Beach are spending cake.
Tuesday to Friday with Mr. HflQnaOflgQIOPPBOBIIBQI
and Mrs. C.N. Christy.announcing .
> 7AIfIGsitIe4WD91dW i119G)i KS1MK MfSO sitOti+c4Aaic
Mrs. J.M. Edwards Sr. and
daughter Mrs. J.M. High and
children of Jacksonville spent
last week at St. Augustine
.
Beach.
openingof
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Ed-
wards of Naples were last
Thursday overnight guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Ed-
.
"

CATHY STEELE'SSCHOOL Free Phases wards.Instructions of NEEDLE on all WORKAT "He*) 1973Oldsmobiles

THE MAGIC NEEDLE
1517 Bes ant Rd. 964-6300
OF DANCE Fla.


Mr. and.Mrs.. George Dover '
'
BALLET, TAP, JAZZ, MODERN, Dover and family of HIbblng.and Mrs.MInn.G.are P. J

guests this week of Mr. and
BALLROOM WILL BE TAUGHT Mrs. R.A. Colson.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold God-
win and family visited Mr.and
REGISTRATION SCHEDULE WILL BE Mrs. Garland Godwin In Chagrin -
Falls, Ohio last week.
ANNOUNCED LATER Mr. and Mrs. Charles T.
Beasley of Haines City will

for additional information call 9648343Saturday O.L.be W, Klncald.weekend Beasley guests and Mrs.of Mrs.J. On Sale Now !


Mrs. Jimmy McClure and
family of Jacksonville were
Only last Friday visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. J.T. Carver.Mr. .


I Gulf. and Breeze Mrs.were John Stephensof Saturday We Have A Fine Selection Of New 73's

i/ visitors of Mr. and Mrs.Bar-


ney Miss McRae.Marilyn Bellinger ofAsheville Just For You, Also A Number Of Clean

N. C.Is vacationingfor
ten days with her parents

Dr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.H. G.John Bollinger.Myers O K Used Cars, The Trades Are Super

were weekend guests of Capt.

KETTLE CLOTH I and sonville Mrs.Beach.S.L. Lanier atJack- This Time Of The Year, So Come On Out


Debbie Andrews Wildwood
and Susan Turner of Jacksonville of- And Stake Your Claim On 1Starke'sNo.
were weekend guests
48" Wide Blend Polyester And Cotton
; Kathy Casey.Dr. .

and Mrs. H.H. Adams 1 Car Deal.
toured the New England states .
last week. They have as a
visitor Dr. Adam's mother
I I Mrs. Carrie Herlong of Sa-
; luda. S.C.

(See Page 4))

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Page 4 TELEGRAPH August 16

(From Page 3)) Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Peek Karen Hodges
Jr. returned Monday from an .
Mr. and Mrs. John A.Red- 18-day tour of Tokyo, Japan Birthday Party --
dish will receive their Mas Bankok!, Thailand, and Kong
ter's degrees In Education on Friends of Dean Traylor will Little Karen Hodges cele- -
Kong.
Aug. 17 from Northeast Lou- be "Interested to learn that brated her second birthday onSaturdayL .
isiana University, Monroe he received his degree In -
Charney Williams Is In New Aug.4.with a rmrtv
La. Mr. and Mrs. Reddishand Landscape Operations from York City on business from e1'parents Mr and
children will return home Lake City Community Collegeon Wednesday to Friday. Mrs.David Hodges. -.
Aug. 19 Aug. 4. The refreshment table was -
covered with a Birthday table

You Deserve A Qualified Man cloth.served the Mrs.cake W.J., Mrs.Thornton Larry
Miller presided at the punch
bowl, and Mrs.Hodges served
As Chief Of Police the Ice cream.Approdmately. 25 guests en- -

Joyed the affair.

_Q 9fi2WQQ.D.DDDD. "A

e .r, Mr. and Mrs.C.W.Walters --- .
o v f $ of IXiblln, Ga. and Mrs. Tho-
mas Lowery of Lakeland have
returned to their homes after
several weeks visit with Mrs.
---
; Free Instructions on all .-
Phases of NEEDLE WORK 1K
\ AT THE MAGIC NEEDLE .. .. -- -
1517 Bessant Rd. 964-6300 .
--- -
Starke Fla.

A Man With The Experience & QualificationsTo WMU The held First a Baptist covered Church dish
lunch at the KIngsley Lake
Do home of Mrs. W.B. Mundy
t n Tuesday.Mr. .
HE IS
The Job and Mrs. Dale Johns
of Barnesville,Ga.will spend ,
the weekend with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Johnsat
9 Years Service To The CommunityOf Kingsley Lake.

Free Instructions on all
Starke. Phases of NEEDLE WORKAT A
THE !MAGIC NEEDLE
1517 Bessant Rd. 9646300Fla. Professional'a
Served As Acting Chief Of Police Since S t a r k e .
Mr. and Mrs.Carl L.Johns
June 1973 and son, Ricky, Mrs. F.J. -
Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Shaw, Mr. and Mrs.OvldBen- An Administrator
nett and daughter, Karen of
Educated In All Phases Of Police Jacksonville attended the wed- Y
ding of Dale Johns to Miss ,
Criminology Donna McBroom In Barnes-
vllle. Ga. last Saturday af-

Vote For And Elect ternoon. [
Rev. and Mrs.George Harper An Executive
have returned from a
Bill Chambers Chief Of PolicePd. two weeks camping trip and
family reunion In the Smoky
Mountains, and Bedford Va.
( Pol. Adv. ) They also visited Rev. Har
per's mother, Mrs.M.C.Har- t
per, In Myrtle Beach, N.C.
An Organizer

Starke Chrysler Plymouth & Dodge
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r
population. Only 4 per cent

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Chrysler Newport

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Luxury that's affordable,too. impartiality.

We invite you to compare Chrysler find, for all its elegance, a '73
with any big car around. Compare Chrysler is surprisingly affordableit
for beauty, ride,comfort, features -especially at cur year-end prices.
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August 16 TELEGRAPH Page 5I


5.9 Per Cent Increase In BenefitsSet ltI J '.. Handguns Still Banned For
I NEWS ,..' I r I
ABOUTSERVICE I
I." : .....
For Social Security RecipientsSocial ,. '" ; Those Under 21


security; beneficiaries Edward G. Copestake,social MEN \ Federal law prohibits the leges and responsibilities of
will receive /an Increasein security; manager In Gainesville i le of handguns to anyone aciulthood-with the exceptionof
monthly benefits of 5.s\ said the 5.9 percent .
der 21 years of age in spitea buying handguns.The
percent next June Instead of increase represents the per- new Florida law giving 18- Federal law says that a
the 5.6 per cent initially estimated centage Increase in the con- PFC John Hall, Jr., a 1973 ar-olds all adult rights. The licensed dealer cannot sell a
when the benefit Increase sumer price index for June graduate of BUS, completed ideral law takes precedenceer handgun to anyone under 21
legislation was enact- 1973 over the CPI for June basic training at Fort Knox, the State law according years of age.
ed early in July. 1972 the two months to be Ky., on August 9, and will Attorney General Robert
considered In fixing the a- be assigned to Co. A, 8thBn..4tllBrfgadeatFortDlxon evin. *
mount of the benefit increase ,
called for in the legislation N.J.The A gardening friend complaint
Mark Hodges'Name (PL 93-66). son of Mr. and Mrs. The 1973 Legislature that Ms day lilies
The 5.6 percent figure was John Hall, Sr., of Starke, he iuced the legal age of don't seem to grasp the con-
To from 21 to 18,
AppearIn an estimate widely discussed also received a trophy for ijority years cept daylight savings time
ective last July 1, and since
of the maximum p.T. 500 v
-
during development social
Who's Who 0 it date, l8-to-21( year olds .
security; amendments in -------------------------
Level Winners ve been allowed to drink
Pine VBS
a bill providing for the extension i- The man at the next desk
oholic smoke
,
: beverages
senior at of the RenegotiationAct Marine Pfc. _Carlton M. he
Mark Hodfles. a mble contracts, sue says would like to live
BHS was recently notified of 1951. The exact Increase Randy Alvarez was crowned Die Moody and Fred Johnson; Broome son of Mr. and Mrs. ,sued sign the gypsy life, if he could
and be serve on juries,
that he is to be featured in the could' not be deter- King and Mary Louise Wat- Grades 2-5. Mary Louis James M. Broome of Hampton PFC John Hall, Jr. and assume; all other privi get a sponsor.
Seventh Annual Edition of mined until the CPI figure terson Queen at this year's Watteraon and Randy Alvarez; is on deployment with the .
WHO'S WHO AMONG was calculated. This figurewas Vacation Bible School of the Grades 6-8, Ginger Crews Marine Detachment aboard
AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL announced on July 20. Pine Level Baptist Church. and TImmy Jones. aircraft carrier USS Inde 964-8080
STUDENTS, 1972-73 largest The Increase becomes effective Pictured above with the King Members of Grades 2-5 received pendence In the Medlterra -
student award publication in with monthly benefit and Queen are trophy winners Ice cream certificates nean. epee Package StoreAll
the nation. checks for June 1974 that will from each department awarded for each boy and girl, as the Broome will participate in
Hodges is the son of Mr. and reach social security; beneficiaries for bringing the most vis- department having the most the security; of the ship, the Types Of Package Goods
Mrs. E.W. Hodges of Hampton in July 1974 Cope- itors to VBS. These winners visitors during the week. control of the ship's brig and e
Lake. stake said. were: Age 2 (Grade 1), Con- This year's VBS had an a- formal honors and cere- Open 6 days \ I
Hodges is very active in verage attendance of 202 each monies for all visiting dig- I
track cross country and yh Olc evening. nitaries. %O : \ /
student council and also has ,
yVIII ------------------
-------
attended Boys State. In ad- PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
dition to having his biography CHURCH HWY. 16, W. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH -O
published in the book Hodgeswill Starke Marine Staff Sergeant Law- ; :
also compete for one of Bible School 10 a.m. Morn- rence L. Woods son of Mr. c 'f/
scholarship awards Worship, 10:50 Evening and Mrs. Aired M. Woods t / '
ten $1,000 Ing ; Opportuntles for service I e / "
funded by the publishers and Training 6 p.m.Evening Worship of Route 1 I. Starke was promoted / /j \
will be invited to participate in ,, 7. Wednesday Worship Sunday School, 9:45; Morn- to his present rank
the firm's annual "Survey of 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Choir Ing Worship at 11; sermon: Awhile serving at the New RIver r -
High Achievers" later in the V/r Rehearsal 8:30: Thursday "}'rom Egypt to Canaan"; Marine Corps Air Stat- I .
academic year. "The successful person is Visitation, 7:30: p.m. Nurs- Sancturay Handbell Practice ion at Jacksonville N.C. ( \\aJeey ...
Hodges is undecided as to more interested in positive ery open for all services. Church Council meeting, 5 \\ ... ...
------------------------- 1G
the college he will attend. objectives than negative objections. p.m Church Training 6:15; J t L < e

." Evening Worship 7:3d; ser- Marine Sgt. William E. (( I \\1 \ \ .. ""''o\1
L\\S\N .
MADISON STREET BAP- mon:, Vacation"Breach Bible of Promise"Also School was Cruce promoted, of Route to his 1, Lawtey present ( I .
TIST CHURCH
KEYSTONE MELROSE Commencement
exercise. rank while serving at the Ma-
rine Corps Base at Camp Le-
Sunday School 9:45: ; Monday--Youth Choir Prac- N.C.Marine .
BUSINESS DIRECTORY Jaune
Morning Worship, 11; Church tice.
Training, 6:15: ; WMU Prayer
-------------------------
Circle 7:15: ; Evening Service, WednesdayFamily Night
FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES HARDWARE GARDEN 7:30.: Supper, 6 p.m.; "Hour of Po- Lance Corporal Robert
Monday--Youth Choir 7 wer", 6:30; Teachers and W. Box, son of Mr. and
SUM'S Hal IWAI I p.m. Officers Meeting, 7:15: ;Church Mrs. T.A. Box of 739 S.West
v_ AMA Tuesday--Bible Study, 10 Choir Practice 8 p.m. moreland St. Starke was
a.m. promoted to his present rank
=
Fish ITStuff "' ''TD Wednesday-Royal Ambassadors Thursday-- Ladles Bell Choir while serving at tile Marine

Live BoltCrlcketsShlnneifWacwis A complete line .f H..... 6:30: p.m.; Prayer Practice, 12 noon;Recorder Corps Air Station at Quan-
Meeting, Business Meeting Group, 1:30; visitation, tico, Va. Garden Liquorsis
BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS
7:30: ; Adult Choir, 8:30.: 7 p.m.
Minnow Plumbing! & Electrical Swop.Gre Thursday--Youth Bible

TACKLERODSREELSFISHING Insecticides.Tene '.Fertilise Study, 8 p.m. Friday--Guitar Group 1:30 *

& HUNTING Lumber & Building Metoriols -Denton Sumrall, pastor p.m. Hoarding meat In a freezer

LICENSES. ICE AMMUNITION Hwy. 21 N. 200 yd' F,.", Light -Ben P. Bryant might be all right until Now Open
the monthly power outage
Keystone Hglt. 473-4357 Keystone Heights 473-3463 ;::1m:1: :; ;1:11:;; 1;;jjJ11m111m;; ;;:; ;;;1 ;1;;1i::!:::1::::1i: pastor. defrosts it.

CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION AIR COND

THEISES TV SiAPPLIANCE OBITUARIESJohn r

Robbie's Camp : ,m 1:1::::1i:1:1::: i:1:1:: 1i 1 lil;:mm1;mjl:::::1 li jl 11;j MEET THE NEWESTGOOD

Trailer Soles Q1rigil 1'

safety Low Gas C.G. TV STERO Roeling

Price and Gators.on lot CAR AND PORTABLEHi AT
Low Exclusive TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL John David Reeling Jr.,17 GUYS
Towing Insurance AND died Saturday In Jacksonvilleof .,et
RESIDENTIALJAMES injuries received In a mo-
ROBINSON.. PROP AIR CONDITION torcylce auto accident.

3.5 Miles S. Of Keystone, SALES & SERVICE step-mother.Surviving are Mr.Me father and M and ills LSTARKE CHRYSLER

475-2035 KEYSTONE 473.4651 Jack Roofing of Starke.
mother Mrs. Donna Reeling
REAL ESTATE AUTO SERVICE of Beloit Wisconsin. Two
brothers, Robert Authur Ro-- PLYMOUTH '
Richard T. Loyorn KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE eUng of Beloit Wisconsin, lrLa & CHRYSLER
and James Jackson Roeling of CORPORATION

Rag. Real Estate Broker .Front End AlignmentSpeedLAKE Starke, three sister; Barbara
Jean| of Starke Donna EIleen -
\Wheel 1 Balancing
PROPERTIES and Laurie Ann of Be- pIai! -

RESIDENTIAL ...... Air Conditioning Service loit, Wisconsin. !MI' ."',
e Brake Service Grandparents: Mrs. NellieM. -' '-. ,..... ', ..
BUSINESS ACREAGE Roellng of Sharon, Wisconsin : -'--
INSURANCE 'Lubrication-Oil Change and Mr. and Mrs. ''
Glen W. Davis, Beloit .Wise. '
Keystone Hg... 473.3254 Tune UpGoodyear Funeral service were held
473-4692 Tires Wednesday at Johnson-Hayes c
Funeral Chapel In Gainesvilleat
Edna Knepper4'3.4111: 2 pm. with Rev.N.D.Crus-
Martha Durbin -473-3362 1 BLK. Off E. 21 and 1 BLK. sell officiating: Burial followed -t.
Jim Fox 4-3-4148 N. Off 100 : In Prevatt Cemetery.,. 1t'I
C.B. McAfee 4-3-4050 KEYSTONE HOTS. 473-4052
'
I '
IiR1V'I'!'
BEAUTY SHOP S. E.: VcKa ). !Kealtor Joseph PenroseJoseph

S.h:. McfvAY REALTOR
Hell' I
28, of
H. Penrose
Member of' Societyof
Beauty Style Skof Residential AppraisersServing Starke, was fatally Injured .
Monday afternoon, Aug. 6, In I.. PilL2::
"For a This Area For 26 Years a motorcycle accident on the ....... .

,0" Mrs Melba Ilgen, 473-4740 Waldo Road near the Sperry -

Phone 10".li.r4 Mrs. Dolores '.' -. 473-360C Plant Just north of Gaines ..... -. ..... r :<0 ...
Penrose was a
ville. Mr. **
Mrs. |Joanne. 475-1622 truck driver a native of New 9
I<., Mr. Leslie Robinso. 475103)HomesAcreageRentals Jersey, and a veteran of Vietnam n'wts. -
having served In the US
Height .... I Navy. .. : .- '. -.....". _.... #11

Melrose S. Office Phone 473-4816
Surviving Is his mother
Mrs. Ruth H. Penrose of
A.Roy.I Shell Starke, aryl two brothers,
Lanell's Boutique t" Wrecker Service Frank Penrose New Jersey "
Styles and Accessories -* Wo monitor chorine 13 CB. and Walter Penrose Klngstay DONT MISS THE BIG EVENT OF THE DODGE ARRIVAL DONT FORGET THAT STARKE CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH,
For The Complete Lake. AT STARKE CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH AUG. 16 THRU SEPT. DODGE HAS A SERVICE DEFT. WHERE YOU'LL FIND
24 HRS
Woman JllP 1. SEE THE GOOD GUYS TOM COLLINS OR ED RIPP TRAINED MECHANICS WHO HAVE THE LATEST TOOLS
ServiceKeystone: Funeral services were held LINGER FOR ALL THE NEW DODGES INCLUDING DART, & EQUIPMENT TO HELP TAKE COMPLETE CARE OF
Hwr 3* eaw..ntt.yston. at 10 a.m. Friday at the graveside
YOUR NEW CHRYSLER PRODUCT OR PRESENT CAR
DART SPORT, CHALLENGER. CHARGER CORNET AND
a> M.tro.. In Crosby Lake Ceme-
475-2111 Day Call 473-3083 tery with Rev. Leon T. Odom THE BIG DODGES - POLARA 8c MONACO. OR TRUCK. SO STOP BY. TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY
Nights 473-2838 conducting. Arrangement TO FIND WHO'S CONCERNED ABOUT YOUR DRIVING
were In charge of DeWitt C. NEEDS.
Jones Funeral Home.
PHI Dirt Electrical I Contractor

Beach Send Bell Electric Co.James ,

Clay Pill V. Belt, Owner Knew Someone In A
t-
Tractor Work t I 1973 CHARGER SE.
Hank BruitingKEYSTONE, CommercialResidential 1973 DART SPORT,

HEIGHTS OJ.g'to.
Repairs I V c
PHONE 473-4761 Electrical Fixtures -

P.O. BOX 41 T Range Hoods C

LAKE GENEVA Keystone Hgts. 473-3602 $ .. them' toll tfco'CRISIS' I THE BIO DODGE- .. J
CENTER time 1973 POLARA CUSTOM
any day or
1973 DODGE CLUB CAB PICKUP.
CONTRACTORS AUTO SERVICE ,tight, 804 SW 2nd Ave. j

TUNE UP to! help with" a variety of
TRIANGLE "R"ENTERPRISE. JOHNSON AUTO STARKE CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH
INC. General Repairing life'* problems. Dodge

CONTRACTORS Minor"Engines, Machine Ihbll.hGEHERAL Shop Work I DIAL 1100,3425364- I

Liceoaed Insured Automatic Transmission

Pesturing Tires Air Conditioning- Batteries U. S. 301 N. 964-6600
The Llndnl Ceda Homes Mon. Fri. 7:50 A.... 6 P.M Pro Of CXoroeGAINESVILLE t Dodge Trucks
473N. S I Ilel 21 473- 3'.".J Sal. 7)30 1 P.,M. I
P.O. BOil 657 2110 LAKE GENEVA 473-4117 A !




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6 August 16
TELEGRAPH .....'..............................,.............................
DEFECTIVE OVENS New Hall service offered by the city.
Injured. . a.m.A 1968 Ford driven by Boyd Union Man Arrested On City -Heard a report that had the -Gave Councilman Silcox
Dean Baker, 17, Hampton, Police Department authority to place $2,000 in
TALLAHASSEE, Aug 9 -- (
From
Page 1)) received numerous complaints -
(From Page 1)) struck a 1964 Ford in the rear, unused city Recreation Dept
Owners of new houses and mo-
the dog-catching
driven by M. K. Silcox at a Arms ChargeA It was decided to remove about .
bile homes are cautonedtobe
Ronald E. Griffis, 17, was .
treated and released from stop sign on Cherry Street in on the lookout for Tappan or nine trees instead of eight C LI PA ND MAIL TODTO
Bradford Starke,August 4,at 9:25: p.m.; Lake Buller man who Jenkins told Shaw he had Signature gas ovens bearing when some councilmen objected -
County Hospital no one was injured.A claimed he to taken the from to taking down the oak INCOME! TAXCOURSE
when a 1970 Ford driven by was trying keep weapon away serial numbers AZ12-1239 1 I 1
Jeffrey Scott McRae ran into 1964 Chevrolet truck his buddy from getting into another Lake Butler man, AZ12-1441 AKTM- 3850 and on the south side of the city
his US-301 driven by McMinville West of trouble, by taking a pistol Louie Nogle, only moments AKTM3893. hall. Trimming would be
August 1,
bicycle on
Jacksonville struck a 1971 away from him, has been before. He said Nogle had sufficient, they said. I .Include currant ..< Inn .theory. and
at 9
p.m.Griffis' head Ford driven by Hars Suindellon arrested and charged with gone to the pickup truck he These Identifying numbers The estimate of Gene Ed- I EARN application. M practiced In Block of.
and he was bleeding first the left side as West was carrying a concealed weapon. had been driving to get the appear on a metal strip at wards of $835.53 for re-roofing .ftca horn coast to coaat.. .
profusely was and clan Unto
making a left turn pulling after of the Just Inside 1 With Am+flc* *. L4fgis& Chok.O1 dart
to be injured Micheal Ellis Jenkins 23, pistol an argument with the top oven the fire station was accepted. .
thought seriously awarded graduation.
across to Fried )7>xSttvic* Certificate upon
.according Patrolman Kentucky was arrested early Sunday some other unidentified club the door. Other estimates received .Choice of be....advanced: courea.
Chicken. Suindell
in the
Julius Eunice, but the only was morning by Union County patrons. William McMahon, assist were: Starke Builders Supplies
actual Injury to be a inside lane.West was arrestedfor Deputy R.A. Shaw as Shaw Nogle, identified by Jenkinswas ant director of the Florida $932.60; and Olin Rowe, # ENROLL NOW
bad cut on the proved head, not really careless driving. The making a routine check of as the owner of the pistol, Department of Agriculture's $1,075.In JO INTIRVItVKS AVAItMUt- Classes Start
serious. accident occurred on US-301, the Club 100, a bar and dance came to the jail later, consumer services division, other action the Council: FOR liST JTUDINT$
McRae was headed north on August 5 about 8:30: p.m.; no hall west of Starke at New demanding the return of his urges anyone finding one of -Named Councilmen Silcox 3 Septa 13,1973.
injuries occurred.A River on SR-100 near the weapon. Nogle said that he the listed serial numbers on and Wiggins as a committee to nearest -
US-301 in the path of McRae. office
1967 Rambler driven by Bradford line. had taken it from Jenkins. notify Contact the DCK3QEII.OCIC you
County his oven to Immediately review hardship cases for the .
McRae applied brakes but N
James Walter Todd Jr., was Shaw had been told by one of his local Tappan dealer or late payment of utility bills. 964-8286 118 N. Walnut St. Starke.
could not stop in time to miss ....
struck by a west-bound 1973 the club of An Pkaia. sad .. tr. InfiriaitlM abrat. tile HA* BlMk limail Tu C. .
patrons a man oven -Voted to donate e
the gas company. $250 to the
,
the bike. The bicycle did not Pontiac driven by Llonzo Tftli u S ......t far lataraiitua. ..,y and platM ai Hater M abtlaatlMQ .
a the of these numbersmay Bradford ...
have lights on it. carrying ofPtheclub. bearing one County School t.... .
William Holmes of Miami and was parking area Shaw We are always glad! to see be one of 12,000 ovens Board to help pay for new BHS CHICK ONI IASIO COUftSK 0 ADVANCED COUMSK
Anthony McChm knocked into a 1969 Ford went to investigate and found government agencies saving that may develop a dangerousgas Band uniforms.At NAME .
Lake treated and
City was driven by Carlea Simmons our tax dollars. Thus, a signsaying
Jenkins with a .38 caliber leak due to a manufacturing the request of R. C.
released from Lake Shore ADDRESS
Todd which was properly revolver tucked under his "End of highway im '
error. Dampier,agreed to rotate the
Hospital when he was parked on the shoulder headed shirt in the waistband of his provement. Thank you," is "No Information Is available purchase of city motor vehicle CITY _PHONE-_ .
west SR-100 and T-16-3
traveling on east. Holmes skidded approximately Shaw said the cheaper than improving the CODs
trousers. pistol .ZIP
as to the geographical areas parts among the four local STATE
fell at the off
asleep wheel ran 80 feet before the had one live round of amhighway.. where these faulty ovens were auto parts firms, on a monthly ,. .J.a"
the the north
side pavement of the sidewalk on and impact.seven The miles accident south occurred of- munition in the cylinder. distributed." McMahon said. order.basis: starting in alphabetical a _CLIP .:. 1.'I'.1I..f.. .

struck a power pole. The Starke on SR-100, August 7 at
accident occurred on SR-100 in 9:20: p.m. James Todd was
Union County, 10 feet from arrested for careless driving.A .
N.E. 5th Ave. August 2 at 5:40: 1969 Datsun truck drivenby EXCITING
Clarence Edward McCoy of !
p.m.No 1f
injuries occurred when a Texas, was struck in the right
1966 Dodge driven by Inez side by a 1969 Oldsmobile ..< and you can b t on It! Florida National Banksmake
Robert Stewart backed into after proceeding through a
the right side of a parked 1973 red light. The accident occurred 7p.m.
Dodge owned by Lillie Pearl on SR-200 August 10 at NIGHTLY
Hart of Raiford's post office 3 McCoy was arrested for
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August 16 TELEGRAPH Page 7I Carrying Guns . .
Lunch

Man Held Here Man GivenProbation :' ,$,<; (From Page 1)) plant.sometimes Rayonier have trouble men

I eating lunch because of the
/ material" Reddish said, odor, the board was told by Prices
For ExtraditionA meaning he had no control Bob Perrine who said he is

t over it."It'd. skeptical that the Department
Puerto Rico man is being produce finger prints matching be all right with me of Pollution Control will do lO
held by Bradford authoritieson those of Martinez failedto In Assault i irl too if it didn't cost $300" anything about rendering Up
authority of extradition bear any resemblance to stated Commissioner Dave plant odor.
"I want to one thing- eI whose had been --Listened to another
papers issued by the Martinez' prints in court say J.. Shuford, eye
Department of Justice in San Monday If you can't stay around people I l caught by a$1,200 bill for four statement by Otis McKinneyon Lunch prices for the Brad-
Juan, Puerto Rico. The state attorney without a gun then you'd I It autopsies."It's his closing of a road in ford County Schools have gone
Roberto Martinez, also requested and was granted by better change from the pea r just one of those in Sampson City a rebuttal to up 10 cents a plate after a
known as Alvaro Molinary Judge Elzie Sanders 15 days in ple with whom you associate" ah 'rsM'r l stances in which justice the county's order that the decision made by the School
Girau, 25, is suspected of which to secure from Puerto stated Judge Elzle Sanders to ,N ; doesn't come cheaply" injected road be kept open. McKinney Board Tuesday Aug. 7.
being the man Puerto Rico Rico an actual sample of Earl Roy Green on Arrange- County Attorney Gene contends the road in questionis Rising food prices and in
authorities have charged with prints on file there and ment Day In Bradford County Shaw, "You wouldn't want to not owned by the county; particular the sharp Increase
escape and grand larceny. thought to be those of Mar Circuit Court Monday at 9:30. be tried for murder without the commission's position is in meat prices was given as
Only a set of finger prints now tinez If the prints on the cardof Green Waldo was placedon proof that a bullet was the that the road is owned by the reason for the dime a plato
being sought from Puerto Girau made in Puerto Rico court probation cause of death, would you7"Shuford county because of prior increase.
Rico by the state attorney's match those of Martinez, the after two-years pleading guilty of aggravated Major General Kenneth R. Chapman, Air Force Eastern smiled, resignedly maintenance. Elementary school lunchesare
office stand in the way of former Raiford prison inmate assault to Tommy Test Range commander salutes outgoint Patrick commander but had no further comment. .Approved closing some now 35 cents Bradford
Martinez being sent back to will be on his way back to DeSue from Starke. Colonel William Wilson (center) and new Patrick "Well what doyou-all wantto unused platted streets in Middle School 40 cents and
Puerto Rico to face those Puerto Rico, according to March 12 Green first plead commander Colonel Joseph L. Pospisil, (right at the do about this gun deal? Lincoln City Subdivision whenno Bradford High School cents.
charges.In Bradford Deputy Sheriff not guilty ,to the charge but change of-commandteremony that preceded the retirement asked Chairman Ralph objections were raised at a This year the average parent -
a hearing Monday Green. If! they don't match, April 9, Green changed his Bryan. Allen's quip quickly public hearing set for Aug. 6 at will have to pay extraIf
morning, to which any person Martinez will be released herein plea to guilty. decided that issue under the request of Attorney a student eats in the cafeteria -
threatened with extradition is Bradford County Deputy Hardy and David ceremony.AF lengthy discussion earlier in George Pierce. every day.
entitled by law, all evidence Green said.Martinez. Wainwright Douglas were also placedon Colonel RetiringTo the meeting. -Met with the Departmentof "We will have to cut out
of Rev.
pointed to Martinez being the was an inmate at for Original request Transportation on bridges extras such as desserts for
probation
man sought by Puerto Rico's Florida State Prison but has twoyears Ross was for his represen that need repair. Commissioner the nutritional funds" states
Department of Justice in San served his term there. He[ is Illegal possession of drugs. Lawtey Residence tatives to be deputized, said Dave Paulk, in School Supt. Jim Temple.
Juan, except that the being held in the Bradford The two had prevlosly changed Sheriff Reddish, so they could C? charge of the Road and BrideDepartment Adult plates presently 50
plea to guilty from not guilty Reddish said
this year,
classification number used to County jail sonnet I Services, Division carry guns. raised to 75 cents
cents were
cold wateron surplus
Wilson threw has bought
William
Colonel i a repeatedly the county
Force
I RETAIN THIS WORK SHUT THl OOVIMMMINT OP native of Jacksonville Headquarters, 2nd Air anybody in the county railroad tank cars and is using per plate. The Vo-Tech tea-
.
i BROOKER TOWN/ recently retired at Patrick Air Base Louisiana.A Naval carrying side arms expect his them as culverts. Eight chers will also eat at adult
OFFICE DEPARTMENTOiTNETREASURY OF REVENUE SHARING Force Base after more than 30 graduate of the deputies and himself. The bridges have been replaced in prices and vo-tech students
AVE W PLANS TO EXPEND 'ITS REVENUE SHARING ALLOCATION War College, Col. Wilson has for the 6 will be priced as high school
N
1900 PENNSYLVANIA FOR ENTITLEMENT PERIOD BEGINNING'INIOEECU years of active duty in the Air Tactical sheriff is responsible that manner prior to August
the Air
20228 attended
WASHINGTON. also
he will be he students.
of ,
I Force. actions anyone and eight more
J.973 AND ENDING .fUN :39J: J.97.. School, the Academic Instructors
JUL 1. Last lunch prices
'' IV PROPOSAL Chock.h'.oc.IlIh..n'on Reddish pointedout year were
) : ::::J: deputizes.
; pppgrIIL Course and the Jet said.Examined
) DEBT Now WII .ho ErulMdlN., 01 lwnu. MEOnb Nnd EIIEEE .ho ''N THI FOLLOWING MANNER BASED UPON AN For the past two years making it clear he has no preliminary cut a nickel because of a
eppWln,',qIIETNNE pr yEal IunNACranl ESTIMATED TOTAL OP 'fl, 683I Wilson has served as Base Qualification Course. intention of making a deputyof sketches of alterations and burgeoning supply of surplus
I AVOID DEBT INCREASE NO EFFECT Commander 6550th Air Base/ anyone he doesn't know repairs to. the present food distributed to schoolsby
j INCREASI a TOO SOON TO ACCOUNT J.0 2 004 N0 091IMI Group at Patrick. Col. Wilson very well, indeed. Bradford County Health the U. S. Department of
I I LEISEN DEBT ,
L PREDICT EFFECT and his family reside in DOT Ross said he had uniformed Department building on Agriculture."We .
) TAXES En which of .ho .Iowing. mEenrE Ie h .._ed lhn .ho... eROO"ER TOWNMJEIOEIIY Lawtey.Col. officers patrolling 400-500 Church Street. Architect have kept our freez-
., Rm0/ will MM IM
01 RyEnYE B"'ng TOWN CLERK
I while acting as Frank George suggested a ers full of beef turkey pork
,IWNEr.ou'iu.odic.lonl Ch.cR.m.ny nElNUr" PO BOlt 93If Wilson was presented people
I ,WILL'NABU..DUCINO WILL R.DUCIA..OUNTD'.A'I BROOKER' FLORIDA 32622 the Legion of Merit for exceptionally (From Page 1)) security guards for Kelly's project in the range of $25,000 and 'frying chickens" former
1--1 RATFDPAMAJORTAA 0 INCRFAIEDFAMAlOR1AIL meritorious Nits Limit a restaurant and and was asked to submit a list Supt. Tom Casey told the
-"" (]WILL IRNFNTINCRUt11N. r=I NO bFNTON TAlNlL1 conduct in the performance of in the following amounts: dance hall in east Lawtey. His of priorities for the board to School Board In !Its Feb. 8,
7' RATEOF..AJORT. L2.JO outstanding services while at 1975- $172,000; 1976- $191,000; men have been on duty there advertise for bids at its 1972 meeting.
WILL A NEW'....AJOR'AX""NT EN.CTlNG 0 TOO.DON TO'.EDICT'''ICTIII Patrick during the retirement 1977- $209,000, and 1978- under contract for some time September meeting. "It is hard to keep your ...
q OPERATING/MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 'ceremonies. $231,000. Ross said, and needed the -Heard[ Chairman Bryan freezers full with all of this
0 PRIORITY PUNNED nAwn "OC"rowlhRE PURPO81 PUNNED PERCENT PLANNEO uNp FO 1 1hwlpNl "In other words, if[ we buy guns for self protection. report that a Fort Lauderdalefirm meat shortage," stated School
::: EXPENDITURI EXPENDITURES waIEMtE iiimiiiMOIM nwxE iiwuli. (EI EXPENDITURES(IFI mMRADD;;;; foN'TAUC11' AwMRIIER, ADIAwmrR He came to Patrick in June this plan you figure we'll have Sheriff Reddish came is interested in building a Board Chairman Rodney Hall
:; CATEGORIESIA) IBI 'IR ..D"'ULTI.'UBUC..m 1968 and prior to becoming money to buy rightofwaywhen quickly to his feet at Ross' 500 to 2,000 acre housing Tuesday Aug. 7, "with prices -
E 1 % % uEr=Enicov:.: r. s % % % 9e base commander served the time comes,"asked mention of uniformed officers. development in Bradford like they are."
% % % AS successfully in assignments Commissioner Dave Shuford. "Whether you realize it or County, and was requesting Last year.Casey: explainedthat
iNYIRDNMENTAL rRORC1lONiueue 1 % % [ouunox S as base officer, deputy base "Yes," Skinner replied. not he's talking about acting material on the county's Bradford's school lunch
% % hLTH' % % % % commander and director of The DOT engineer said he within the purvue of a police requirements for such program's net worth has Increased -
E TRANSroMAnoNY ', personnel.Born thinks the $15,000,000 officer," the sheriff told the developments. Bryan said to around 27000.
iJi "LTH' % % inANeroeunD: S 168.00 % 1006 % 9nECRGfIDN on February 18, 1921 allocated is intended for urban commission coming growth is obvious and The lunch program Is not a
at Jacksonville, Col. Wilson areas. "I've been working here the county should develop money making effort. If more
or; S % % DNELOrMlNT S % % 111 % attended the University of Skinner also told the beard three years. I didn't know you definite guidelines for than one month's operating

Ee NouuNDAN % % % 4OEViIOrMENT Florida. He entered the Army; that if the road is repaved by had changed sheriffs," Ross developers to follow in puttingin funds abut $15,000 had been
COMMUNITY a
= 'I6RARrtE S % % in January 1943 and was the DOT it will be to primary stated. stems and in left over at the end of the
... --- S % % 1 % % % % commissioned a second specifications.That means 120 Sheriff Reddish pointed out building roads the county will school year the State Depart-
'{n ciuiicoR _____ OlvEl01MFNT lieutenant in November of feet of right-of-way and all that while Ross' men would accept. ment of Education may have
I:; [''RNANIAl:" S % % :CO.SEOV."O.Tt. V'RONM'NT.L'. % % % % that year through the Aviation curves straightened to not be deputized by his office, cut Bradford's allocation of
or; 'D"'STRATlO'" During World primary standards Skinner the county commission has school lunch monies
ATiiriV'n&7io___ .' S __iueuceAlm S % % % AIIOAFI cadetrrogram. in the said, in answer to questions by authority to Issue gun per. Union Man "What happens next year

REFRUnoN4 II S % % % % China-Burma-India Theaterof Clerk Gib Brown and com- mits. Reddish said he would will depend upon the Federal
tNI ASSURANCES IR.Ir EOlnuunbn ill) CuIIURAEDOEniRrsPwh Operations and flew 51 missioners Primary stan not interfere with the board'sauthority government and Bradford'sallocation

a % % % 4fhE missions including 260 combat dards mean designed for 65 to issue the permits. Held On ] of lunch funds.
.
nw1 m".'."...hi'. .fwn. ,EEvnM inn.,_E ,cmgrE copy, hours.In mph traffic, the engineer Several commissioners
0'' mn rEppE hw oprlha m I tar' p..f Dmpa sl O.RI'p.YrI! Right now we're getting more
3 .. EhE ranum. 0'' Enu. S % % % % servedin added and pavement 24 feet Bradford County
1 ana,4Ewrt I h. HppdE doc..II"" 1967-68 Col. Wilson asked why than ever before" Casey said
spat End .hey m lpn ''Of PU"OO Eno .owo mEd E crUny would not be
wide.
22 O'"ER"_' % % % % the Republic of Vietnam auxiliary police Rape in February 1972.
where he was a C-47 flight Construction costs are used to act as "bouncers" at
I I .?nE h. INFry 01, dw TiEWN. .hll lhE, r/lulpy.,. ?!:: commander with the 14th Air estimated at $1.5 million. the night spot. Sheriff Reddish The recommendation to reduce -
tout"A"ED _
Inraclam' Epcpmprrym/ prices from school
AEtM" i. An G.1 TAE came
1"'Emvl e.n,"' .n 14' .., iMPnlt Ii NE En1I11EmMIunpEilppnEO hppn - Thuy Air Base. He receivedthe commissioners and County rough at Kelly's Nite Limit on their unusual situation
Cross with Attorney Gene Shaw! went someone from his officeshould
RVN Gallantry .
___ "-o..L.L-\-----\ II- 8.14-7) /MME-Bre.dford 0AMEMPEAtNd CnuDtlr1'.legraph.' Palm, Gold Star and Silver through a lengthy discussion be on hand If me law Earl Perdue, 23, of grams of funding showing their a profit lunch pro-This
"oJ,' ,-h".TI''Ufl;; ETT Star for his service there, about why the DOT is suddenly needs enforcing anywhere in Lake Butler, is being held
816ZXuii Before going to Vietnam, he interested in paving SR- the county, his office will be on without bond in Union County year the lunch prices were
raised
di.t.-: .tStlBJrwir.! 4brm-clerk PUILIIXIO .o--u J.,. w1 served as chief of the Per top of it, the sheriff said. jail on charges that he raped a

.. .. 18.Shaw cautioned the board In other action at the August 19-year-old woman who had .. .. .. .. ............. .. ....
-. .' -.- .. .. Northeast
,
against depleting its secon-- 6 meeting, the commission: escaped from the
dary road funds, as it did in -Confirmed the ap Florida State. Hospital at Whitehead related the events
II rookie /football players the 1960's when US-301 was pointment of L. M. Gaines as Macclenny. leading up to Perdue's arrest.
YOU OVER-DID IT. arc awed! by< the site: o// the four-laned, saying residents county zoning director. Perdue, employed as a He said that Perdue's car had
)IfiibooIhcj/ aught lo/ seethe who live on dirt roads in the -.Received without comment security guard by aJacksonville broken down along SR-121
one for/ the/ Came of county should receive some the application of Henry firm, was about six miles from Lake
consideration. "I'd think a H Wesley, a former police arrested early Saturday Butler and that Perdue was
AGAIN Lilc. long time before I did that official at Washington, D. C. morning and is being held for walking down the road when
again," the county attorney and who now lives in Hampton authorities of Baker County, he ran into the two women,

.... ................. said, and the commissioners for the zoning director's where the rape allegedly both white. The sheriff said
CC seemed to agree with him. post. In his application, occurred.The that Perdue evidently had
U Shaw also offered the Wesley said he has more than alleged rape victim hada been coming home from work
It never failsyou JacksonvilleDirectory opinion that interests other 10 years experience in zoning 15-year-old girl companion, and he was still in uniform and
than Bradford County want matters in Prince William both listed as escapees from was wearing his gun, a .38
SR-18 paved. CommissionerDave County Virginia. He is a the Macclenny hospital, had caliber revolver.
% r l finally manage to Paulk stated big native of Alabama. told authorities in Jacksonville The two girls who had
,
business interests in the form -Heard a complaint about that Perdue had forced escaped from the hospital
of lime rock haulers would odor at the National Protein them at gunpoint into the earlier Friday night, were
I / get to spend a day like the road paved to primary rendering plant near Hampton woods about five miles from also walking toward Lake
Auto Salts and Srrle specifications so their trucks from a representative of Lake Butler and raped the Butler, the sheriff said.
could cut down distance from ITT Rayonier which has a older of the two girls. Perdue engaged them in

in the sun and Pariah Motor the Alachua area to woodyard in south Starke not Union County Sheriff John conversation, Whitehead said,
Jacksonville. too far from the rendering

Paulk pointed out that roads .
l1.ESe1LRVICF. leading into Brooker from the
the time
by you iARTe 'VOL'VO west have been paved to
primary specifications and
that if the 12.5 miles of SR-18 r ,
leave you !ook like a Alw.7i Good t'ird Gnat and SR-227 were widened and

l Lain St. Pk. 3M-SM. improved, the big trucks
would have a shorter shot into
lobster. Don't worry PIANOS Jacksonville by coming to US- THEr
301 south of Starke.
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Old Coins


I Union Hospital Patient Short, Dollar ShyBecause Starke Stolen From Home


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of a low patient $30,000 in financial support for a daily count of only three or for the hospital to break even it opened. An example is the Its 1973-74 budget. Department budget for the $35 In old sliver coins were
be stolen by
census and because operating the 25-bed hospital, which four patients, the census had on expenditures. $1,000 cardiac monitor and Roberts told the board that past fiscal year.Approved found to Walnut Mrs.
Manning, Street
this December. risen steadily since the arrivalof Commission Chairman Paul defilbrillator unit that we the hospital trustees were not Teresa -
funds have had to be used to opened past an $8,000 budgetfor between Aug 9, about
purchase equipment, Union Dr. Vladimir Holowatsch at Riherd turned the request to have to have within the next asking for a lump sum the health department for
General Hospital here is in Patient census at the the end of May. The hospitalsaw County Clerk Robert three or four days of our payment and that monthly mosquito control within the midnight. according until Aug.to II at StarkeR 5:30p.m.
financial trouble. hospital has been slow to rise the highest patient censusin Driggers, asking: "Do we operating rooms, Roberts Installments of approximately county.
llce
its' history this past week have the money in the $8,000 from now until > Department.
This was revealed Tuesdayat due to the community being said.The Approved a one-year and Mrs. Manning
Mr. were
the Union County Com- without a resident physicianfor when the head count rose to budget? trustees left the November would be sufficient contract for ambulance and had someone baby
mission meeting, as the some time. Trustees told 15.The "I would like to say that we meeting with the question of should the board services with Union Am- away sitting with their son. The
hospital's board of trustees the board that while in the trustees told the board have, but I am afraid I must whether they will receive the decide to give the additional bulance Service, Inc. babysitter heard noises In the
presented themselves en first few months of operationthis that it would take a daily tell that we do not have needed funds unanswered. It operating funds.In .
of for you other action the board -Decided not to get involvedin house and then the baby cry
masse to request $25,000 to year the census had been census 18 patients a year that amount at this time," should be decided the next citizensof ing. She went to check on the
board meeting September 4, approved a request for a a squabble among
Driggers replied. $6,000 amendment to the the town of Raiford over use baby but the Intruder had already
When the trustees asked when the board is due to adopt Union County Sheriff's of a community Softball park. left. Approximately $35
about the funds
that the In old silver coins were foundto
ALONE county would receive later be missing.
through revenue sharing The Intruder entered througha
Driggers said,"...most of Incidents Cause PrisonTo screen window by cuttingthe
these funds have already been screen.

soaked up by"the operation of ...........
LUXURY QUILT TOP the hospital.
C. A. Roberts, speaking for People are urged to give
the trustees said, "It would be their bodies to science, but we>
easier to throw up our hands Emphasize SecurityFlorida have hit terrible fear of haying
and quit, but we have ours rejected.CloseOut.
SAVE $40 SET dedicated ourselves to the
idea of this county having a State Prison officials said. "Not only were inmatesno Correctional Institution.
hospital and we come to you have announced they longer safe, but neither Orndorff met his death at
begging for the money to keepup are shilling emphasis from were staff members," he the hands of an unknown
n A JL the operation. We really rehabilitation to security in added. assailant and was the victimof
feel that we will only need the view of recent incidents in the Prior to the Aug. 5 incident, multiple stab wounds stated No GimmicksNo
funds until November of this institution. prisoners were allowed to Union Correctional Institute
LIMITED TIMEINNERSPRING year and that from then on we Nearly all of the 959 inmatesin mingle outside their cells, Supt. Raymond Massey. GadgetsNo
should be stable enough to the prison (former east attend classes, and work. But Earlier on Aug. 7 another
handle things ourselves." unit) have been locked in cells the latest violence followed a white inmate, 25-year-old Free TV'sBUT
Roberts also told the Board since August 5 when one in- series of incidents in which Charles Salas, was also the
that when the trustees took the mate was killed, and ten guards and inmates have been victim of a stabbing.The WE DO GIVE YOU
or job on, they understood that it others injured, according to injured. THE LOWEST PRICESIN
was a "turn key operation"and Supt. C. S. Fortner. A com- State Corrections DirectorL. night of August 5 rioting TOWN,
FOAM RUBBER that all equipment for the plete rescreening of prisoners L. Wainwright said a seriesof broke out among some 300 of
incidents last the more than 900 prisoners in WE ARECLOSING: OUT
hospital was to have been began last Friday to deter- starting April
provided."This mine those who need to be 30, caused the shift of em- the institution in Bradford ALL 73'S IN STOCK,
Luxurious' MedallionPuff has not been the case confined to their cells. phasis from rehabilitation to County. MAKING ROOM FOR
Quilted to Foam and we have had to take "An accumulation of these security. He estimated that at Ten inmates were injuredand THE NEW 74'S
money from our operating things led to serious concernon least 400 inmates would be one was killed. COMING OUT
Regular budget to purchase equipmentthat the part of the staff and locked in their cells per- .SOON.
said that the incidents
Massey
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was supposed to have administration that things
of violence at Union ALL PRICES REDUCED
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79.95 allowed to attend classes or Correctional were in no way FOR THIS SPECIAL
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Green Machine Wins'District ; Headed To State This Weekend |I



to the state tournament. Friday night against Ft. "Our hitting is off with our In the district title games
of six awards the the first place trophy and a
Out romped past
Machine
Green Machine, local soft- district by Palatka 6-5 to put Machine won five including $100 check for travel expenses Green Machine opens up Lauderdale at 9:30.: big sticks but with of two the pick additional Titusville Green 24-12 on two home
strength
ball team, won the District them in the loser's bracket first
Slow Pitch Title August 12 in where the Machine won five -r ups, Ken Carlton and Ed runs in defeated the Merritt game.
Ormond Beach and Is headedto straight. ... Fulcher, with outstanding Machine
in the second game.
Island 8-7
bench strength, stated
added four
State Tournament this Green Machine
defeated Axxon 14-4
also
Friday in Ft. Lauderdale. more straight wins in the. Townsend Strickland, They and finishedthe
home run
of the Green on one
manager
After coming out of the District. tournaments by defeating
loser's bracket in Macclennyand Ken Carlton won the Home Machine.
"Mike Hendry is one of the Axxon 12-8 with two home
winning the SubDistrictthe Run trophy with five home
Machine won the districtin runs. Woody Strickland won real reasons why the Machineis
four straight games. leading hitter trophy with 10 vim. heading south, because he runs.Firth
Machine got beat in the for 15 and also the Most f A3 T has hit over.650 in the last two ScoresHolcInOne
second round of the sub- Valuable Player award. tournaments," he added.
"We feel we have a real
good chance to win the state,"
I First Raiford InvitationalRessie states Strickland.In .
the sub-district games Barry E. Firth of 535 N.
Green Machine ran over Cherry St., Starke Is elig-
Griffis' Lake Butler Griffis' team), Lake Butler Gainesville 22-4 with nine ible to win a free trip to
Softball team won the first (Jimmy Thomas' team), leading runs and two home Scotland and $1,000 In cashas
Raiford Invitational slow Union Correctional In- runs in the third inning of the a result of scoring a hole-
pitch softball tournament held stitution, Florida State 411 first game. Machine stompedSt. In-one at the Whiting NAS
at Union County's high school Prison, Raiford, Hampton, Augustine 26-6 with seven Golf Course.
baseball field, August 1012. and the Latter Day Saints. leading runs in the third in- Firth's ace qualified him for
Inmate Brown and Danny First place was Ressie ning in the second game.They the Rusty Nail Hole-In-One
Whitehead tied for trophy of Griffis Lake Butler, Second r 1 also defeated Cunningham 13- Sweepstakes a national com
Most Valuable Player. Brown Union Correctional Inst. and I t 6 in the third game,and Exxon petition sponsored by the
won the trophy by the flip of a Third Florida State Prison. 14-4 with five home runs in the Drambuie Company of Edinburgh -
Raiford Invitational softballwas .. sIl fourth game.Machine won the Scotland.
coin.The teams that entered sponsored by Griffis A / last game with a victory of 10- The winner will be announced
were: Lake Butler (Ressie Grocery in Raiford. 0 over Exxon again. early next year.
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Be Recognized Planned ?By 301 DRIVE IN


At Aug. 21 Luncheon Show Begins At Sundown

I Lawtey FiremenThe
Bradford County Cancer
I Crusaders will be recognizedat J Fri. & Sat.
a Dutch treat luncheon, Lawtey Volunteer Fire
Tuesday August 21, at the Department will sponsor ar ( .. A !
I Garden Restaurant In Starke. open house and fish supperon WHAT AN EGGstravaganza
I Miss Lillian Stump Presi- Saturday Aug. 25, start- A "
I dent of the Bradford County Ing at 430; pjn.
Unit of the American Can- Walt p r"t'TECHNICOLOR'
cer Society announced that Fried and smoked mullet
the 1973 Crusade raised $3 plates will be served at the
861.45. This was a record Lawtey strawberry wharf at
year for this county and nea- $1.50 for adults and $1 for Cheerleaders Head For Camp
I rly 125 par cent of the gold- children.

| en goal. for five of cheerleading camp at the University of Florida yesterday
I those who will be Heady to take off days
I Among The public Is Invited to visit Carol Beam.
Edwards
Sandra
Patti !Morris
Seated Plus
for their leadership (Wednesday, Au15)/ ) were (I-r): :
I recognized the newly remodelled Law- Donna 1'revatt Karen Reddish, Alice Atwood, Sally Torode, and Katrina Coleman.
In the Crusade are Fa- at this time.The Standing: I
firehouse for the opening
j tey this summer in preparation
has been practicing
The Tornado chl't'rlnslluad
James Cregan, residential third /
ther department has added Its WALT
Charles Francis game set September 14. t
chairman
; truck a 1,000 gallon tanker
Mouse to College chair- which was purchased from MinimumFiilcoiiw DISNEY'S,3
man, and Francis Jenkins the Grand Ridge in West Florida. WiUiChiklren? -I
Cancer volunteer with the The department now has a ) Iloytils Driving Wage Set At
longest service In Bradford total of 2,500 gallons of wa- HILARIOUS All CARTOON fCATURC

will County.be recognized The Police for Auxiliary raising ter on purposes.Its trucks for firefighting Play Saturday Follow These Safety TipsThe $2 An Hour ci: !J..... TECHNICOLOR"asIS:

$414 through a road block. Florida Highway Patrol of the car and stretch.
Mrs. Arlln McKnIght and Dr. The Starke Falcons andS offers the following safety tips -Take something along to Congress gave final approval &Tues.
Robert R. Glllesple Jr., of 2QQQOOQQoQaQQQQQQ__ qj> Apopka Royals will face off in for drivers who take their keep the children quietly last week to a bill in- Sun. Mon.
the Public Health Departmentwill a basketball game at the HJE children on trips, both short occupied. creasing the minimum wage
be invited. The officers Mrs. Margaret Miller treasurer gym Saturday night, August and long. -Don't travel too far in one from $1.60 an hour to $2 now, SIX MEN OUT OF HELL.
of the Bradford County Unit and Mrs. Louise Kite,,, 18.Game -Use safety belts at all and $2.20 next year if Presi-
are Miss Stump. President, secretary. time is 8 p.m. times, even for short rides in day."Drivers who plan their dent Nixon signs it... THE REVENGERS!
in the House
trips with these safety tips in Republicans
.. town.Don't allow children to mind stand a good chance to and Senate, however, pre-
dicted that the President will PANAVISION*[Pg]ffl& COLOR BY DELUXE.
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-Keep doors locked at all journey," says the FHP. inflationary and would increase ..

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.. -Have behavior rules in the youthful and
Why Sweat '. the
-J ; car to prevent distracting A gardening friend complains marginal workers.
driver. that his day lilies The bill would also bring "The Wild Bunch"
-Stop frequently (at least don't seem to grasp the concept seven million new workers
The Heat. two hours), well off the time. under the minimum wage law
i. every of daylight savings ____ _"'T
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Pegs 10 TELEGRAPH August 15


Services L. A. Wynn Hackbarth Bertha Smith Lake Dredge Case Set For Aug. 31 HearingThe


store the lake's waters to ust 31. the hearing examiner All persons desiring to I
charges. from
Florida Department of was obtained DPC. It will t
31
Fridny at 11 The citation their original condition. will rule on all procedural heard on August
Mrs. Bertha Hackbarth, Pollution Control will conducta May ordered also ordered him to close to do M
74, opportunity
of public hearing In Jacksonville Halpern to halt the dischargesuntil connections from upland can- Smith Lake designated! as matters relating to the hear- given an Lido'file
Leaston Andrew Wynn 97 Hampton died Wednesday, at 10:30 a.m. Friday a dredge and fill permit als to Smith Lake and to re- Class in state waters (forcreatton. ing and will submit to the A complete copy of
BradfordCounty Aug. 8in Bradford In the Is available
case
lifelong resident of County Aug. 31, Involving a dredgeand ** and preparation Florida Pollution Control
,died Wednesday,Aug. Hospital. fill case against a land and management of fish and Board recommendations findings for public Inspection at th
15, in the Bradford County She is survived by her developer on Smith Lake near Junior Get Funds wildlife). Is located near SR of fact and a proposed Department of Pollution Control
Colleges
Hospital after a long illness. husband, Rudolph Hackbarth, Keystone Heights. The hear- 214 five miles northeast of order the Board: will make Montgomery Bldg.256
Mr. Wynn was born in one son, Richard, both of ing was originally set for Aug- Keystone. the final determination In the Executive Center Circle Eai
Bradford County on June 4, Hampton; and three sisters. ust 3, but postponed with Under New 1973 Programthan Following testimony on Aug- matter. In Tallahassee.
1876,the son of the late Robert Funeral services were heldat headquarters In Fort Lauderdale -
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Radford and Rhoda Godwin 11 a.m.Saturday at the the
requested hearing
Three local the $239,518 received in
community colleges
Wynn. lie was a retired graveside in Santa -
Fe after the firm was cited In
1972.
Lake July
cattleman and farmer, and a City Community
Cemetery, with Rev. M.E. for violations of
early May College. St. Johns "The new fund which replaces -
River Jun-
member of the First
Baptist Fussell conducting.Arrangements state water quality standardsand the Minimum An
Church of Starke. ior College and Santa Fe Riv- Found-// engine out
in DPC certification
Surviving are his wife, were charge regul- er Junior College, of 28 In the ation Program
Mary Williamson Wynn, of of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ations. state received a total of$558 plifies the procedure of allocating -' of tune
can
Home. The violations allegedly -
Hampton Lake three 849 In July under the new 1973 funds to two-year In-
;
daughters,Mrs.T.E. Duncan, occurred at Lido In- State Community College Pro- Institutions" said Comp- burn
25%
Gainesville; Mrs. Edmund dustries with headquarters in gram Fund, according to the troller Dickinson. -
The old home town legedly occurred at Lido'sBig
encourages -
office of Comptroller Community colleges now
Fred O.
Silvernail and Mrs. J. P.
outside agitators. Any- Tree Lakes developmenton (Bud)Dickinson. submit a cost analysis based more fuelA
Hazen, both of Ocala six
; thing to get people to there. Smith Lake In Clay County
go
grandchildren, and six great. Lake City Community Col- on the actual cost of Instructlonal -
where turbid waters from the
lege received $201,069 programs and fulltime ,untuned '
grandchildren. e e e Into over rough automobile engine
project were discharged $50,000 more than the $148 equivalent students.These analyses -
Funeral services will be throws
held at 11 a.m.Friday in Jones follow in the family plot in the lake according to the DPC 406 received In July 1972 allocations are then generated intoa America's your money away-and throws
Memorial Chapel, Starke, Santa Fe Cemetery under under the old MInImum statewide general cost from precious energy supply
with Rev Ben P. Bryant direction of DeWitt C. Jones Foundation Program. which the amount of the allocations away,too.
conducting. Interment will Funeral Home. FHA Home SJRJC received $82,611 In is determined.The Good driving habits save and
money
July 1973 down some $4,000 state's 28 Junior coll-
a from July 1972 allocations due eges received allocations totaling energy.For example,fast starts can 7
Raise Your Own OxygenPlant Loans Back; to declining enrollment. Santa $10,021.288 In July 1973 reduce gasoline mileage by as V '
A Fe JC received $275,169 In compared to$9,174,512 1 In July much as 6 miles' per gallon!
Tree Shrub July )J973 over $45,000 more 1972. /
a or Cost More Americans can't afford to waste energy.
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Families with insufficientcash help save it.Write today for a free r
Supplies Enough Oxygen to finance the purchase DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home copy of"A Consumer's Guide to
of a home will be able to ob-
For A Family Of Four tain FHA (Federal Housing Efficient Energy Use in the Home
Administration) help again, STARKE It's packed with ideas that can save
but the loans will cost more Phone 964-6200 energy and money.
than they did six weeks ago.
Shade And Fruit Trees
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES eel Pauley and son, and Mrs. grandson, home with her so bert Blanchard at the Veterans -
Elnora PrIvett and Grandson, he could attend Bible Schoolat Hospital.
Faith Baptist ChurchRadio Kevin, gathered atStrlcklands By Elisabeth Terry Grace United Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Thomas -

Program over WPXE Starke, Landing KIngsley Lake, to Church during the week. and sons, of Miami,
daughterIn law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. George Sapp who returned from a vaca-
8 a.m. Sundays. Bible School celebrate Mrs. R.H. Futch'sV85th David Kelly left Saturday for
Sr Sunday. day. They with the Thomas'of
Services on Mrs. Reggie Norman, of It- returned home Friday froma tion In Washington, D.C.
Worship U
10 a.m. birthday on Sunday. Naval Reserve
School Mrs. Stanley French,of Jacksonville Live Oak, and their parents, Training He chtucknee Springs. 17-day vacation at )Hope- stopped by on Thursday fora
a.m and 7:30: p.m. on will to San Juan Puerto
PERSONALS spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore, go
and Mrs. A.Car well Junction
Mr. Henry N.C. While
I.
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Bible Doctrine, Tuesday 8 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkinson spent Sunday with Mr. and Rico to board his ship. After short visit with Mrs. Mae
ter and daughter Shelly, of there moved Into
they
p.m. at Pastor's home. Prayer Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lane, of and attended services with Mrs. Seebe Andrews, of Wildwood two weeks he will return to a new Wells. _
meeting Wednesday 7:30 Mayport Naval Base Columbia, S.C. spent a week home. Friends gave them a Mr. and Mrs. Al Tlnsler
Deland, visited their sister- them on Sunday. at Kingsley Lake. ,
with their mother, Mrs.Flos- nice
p.m. Bible Study. in-law C.A Mrs. Jack Kuhne, Helen and housewarming. of Miami, came by for a
Mrs. Harold Eunice, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones of Mr. and Mrs. .North and sie Rosier. While here they Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sapp
United on Thursday. Starke, visited Mr. and Mrs.{ family, Mr. and Mrs. C.K. John, left Saturday with Jackon all visited Mrs. Alene Arm- announce the arrival of a short visit with Mr. and
Methodist
Grace the truck to Denver, Colo. Mrs. Lester Walker and fam-
and and
L. M. McClellan last Satur- Cowan, family, Mr.
of Lakeland
another
Linda Michelle
girl.
strong baby ,
Church-Sunday School 9:43: ; Mrs. Selma Eunice spent day night. and Mrs. J.R. CowanandfamIly They expect to be gone fora ily. They took Robin and
sister, Mrs. Gladys Thompson last Friday In St. Luke's Hos
Worship Services' 11 a.m. and the week with her soninlawand of din- week. John Tlnsler with them to
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest Jacksonville were
of Klsslmme, and also pltal, Jacksonville. Maternal
8 p.m. MYF Sunday night at daughter, Mr. and Mrs. were dinner guests of their ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Frederick Prescott went to Disney World. grandparents Mr. and New London, Ohio for a va
6:30: followed by Choir Prac- T.L. Barry and family, of brother-in-law and sister, J.F. Robertson and Mrs.Edith spending sometime with her Friends of Miss Priscllla Mrs. Dale Sherrlng are of Starke cation.
tice. Jacksonville. last brotherInlaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Criffls
Mr. and Mrs. George Sum- Swlnney Saturday.Mrs. Tanner are happy to learn Paternal grandprarents
Friends of Dean Traylor are merlin, of Lake City on Fri- Evie Montgomery and Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Pres- that she received her Bach- Mr. and Mrs. George Sapp.are were In Jacksonville for a
Highland Baptist Church- happy to learn that he received day evening. Their great daughter, of Adel Ga., and cott and family She Is recuperating elor Degree in Socials Science Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest visit with their brotherinlaw -
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Wor- his in Land- of from an operationIn and sister Mr. and Mrs.
degree niece, Lori Alllndor, came Mrs. Eunice Montgomery, from the University of ,
spent
Sunday afternoon at
ship services 11 a.m.. and 7:30 Operations from Lake and Mrs. Baptist Hospital. O. L. Edge and family last
Ga. ,
scape home with them for a visit. Valdosta Mr. South Forlda, Tampa, on Cedar Key with their niece,
p.m. Prayer followed Wednesday Choir City Community College on She will attend Bible Schoolat Harold Jones and daughter, Mrs. Hester Hicks returned Friday August 10. Mrs. Coblna Sills. They enjoyed Friday. The occasion was his
at 7:30 by August 4th. Grace United Methodist of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Friday from a visit with her Chief and Mrs. Wm Odom a fish supper and brou-. birthday.
Practice. Mrs. Lucille Cauley and during the week and they will Mrs. Raymond WIlkerson, of sonin law and daughter, and family retired Navy people ght their great-niece, Sandy Becky Moody, of Talla -
WEDDING ANNIVERSARYMrs. children spent last weekend carry her home on Sunday. Raiford were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolfe of Jackson, Miss., were Sills, home with them. Mrs. hassee, spent the week with
with her brother and sister- Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Moore Mr. and Mrs. Leon WIlker- and family, at Cape Coral. Wednesday dinner guests of Sills and Roy came for Sandyon her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Purvis Brown and in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank and Bob of Lake City, were son on Sunday. Other guests They brought her home on Chief and Mrs. B. McCulleyand Thursday. Mrs. Kenneth Barfleld.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wise, Starling and family of Bald Friday overnight guests of were Mr. and Mrs. David their way to see their mot- son. Miss Arthurlne Blanchardand Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Beachof
Junef I ton, Mr. and Mrs. win.Mr. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wllkerson and son, of West her who Is very ill In the Mrs. Wilma Walnwrlght wasa Mrs. Mary Reynolds Jacksonville, and Mr. and
Donnie Wise and sons, and and Mrs. R.E. Lee, Fred. Moore. Other guests Palm Beach, for the Weekend hospital In Wllminton, Del. weekend guest of her bro- of Jacksonville, visited her Mrs. Don Roberts, of Lake
Carl Pre-
Tommy Wise, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. H. H. Hamilton, Mrs. were another son and daughter Mrs. W.E. Lowery went Mr. and Mrs. ther-in-law and sister, Mr. brother-in-law and sister City, were guests of Mr. and
Paul Norman and sons, Mr. G.W. Roberts, Mrs. Mamie In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy home with her daughter, Mrs. vatt and Norman Mr. and Mrs. Tru- and Mrs. J.E. McIver, of Cicala. Mr. and Mrs. John Day, of Mrs. J.F. Robertson and Mrs.
Sunday
and Mrs. Mitchell Brown and Lou Edwards, Mrs. Hubert Moore and family, of Orange Eunice Montgomery of Valdosta man afternoon with spent their and They went to Lakelandto Augusta, Ga., for a week. Edith Swlnney Sunday evening -
Debbie, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Priest and Sandra Sills, of Park on Saturday and Sun- Ga., for a visit. son bring Mrs. Wainwright's While there they visited Ro- .

'Brown and sons, Mr.and Mrs. Cedar Key, Mrs! H.C. Wainwright -
Larry Brown, Larry Tanner Mrs. Truby Wainwright -
and Frank Pendarvis gatheredat Mrs. Mary Dlnldns, r/M.NplM1MAN/PMYANNr XIUFxr .rvwrMn mu, +,xxuuwrMMxxuur.xxx w .". MYIYMWnWIM//pJ//
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Hermie Kelly, and Mrs. a .- ar lryMUng/r / //M/x/ e r rl y,
Ralph Wise on Sunday to cele- Mac Wells attended the fun- f\\ ? ,
brate their 23 rd Wedding An- eral of Mrs. Helen Bumgar- }ytt< o0

niversary. tner, at United Methodist Church -
of Green Cove Springson .to-
Wednesday.

BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Tlmrny Starling spent two [ 1 k. / '//, JaatWomt
weeks with his parents, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Brooksey and Mrs. Fleam Starling. He DOLLAR STORES
Futch, Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard will then leave for his new
Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Carl post In Germany. ,, lNl; n r rill

Folsom and Mrs. Catherine Mr. and Mrs. Larry Steele of the Mt6te ill ?rf g gd
Thompson, all of Lakeland, and family, of Pittsburgh, Pa. 1
and Mrs. Bessie Welch, of spent a week with their bro- r ,
Plant City, Mr. and Mrs Lacy ther-in-law, and sister, Mr. yh, l,r rrU'r r Il'/H rl l r rl'G', r rr { r

Futch, of Waycross, Ga., Ru- and Mrs. Lester Walker and Starke -T55 W. Call St. / 1
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Rosier of Palatka Mr.
dolph family. d lw
and Mrs. Aryle Blevins, of Mrs. Floy Bennett of Mac- a BACKTOSCHOOLSHOES

Lennox, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. clenny, spent a week with her
Robert McClellan, and Mr. '
brother- In'-law and sister,
and Mrs. J.R. Atkins, of Star- Mr. and Mrs. Seeb Harris.
ke, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. De- N
vore and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Wiggins, a VI
Obed Pauley, Mr. and Mrs.L. of Jacksonville, were dinner .< 4 r UE
M. McClellan, Mrs. Ola guests of their parents, Mr. V A
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Church, Rev. B.C. Williams at 7 p.m. Visitors always *4lm p Slight i ,,M-,' Irroqulars Popular patch BfyHng
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Morning Worship at 11. After Greater Bethlehem Freewill T s A PKG. O F S FOR JUMBO contrasting Sues S.10.IEN patches
morning worship all l leadersare Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper .; F A+ TOWELS
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asked to go to Lake Butlerto night. Senior Choir rehearsal l
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: On the basis of facts revealed at two to insure that such a comedy (or rather

meetings last week, there seems tragedy) of errors does not occur n II"ill Reports of tobacco produc-

& ample evidence to support a displeased again. BRADFORD f tion, harvest and sales are
,. property owner's charge that "There COUNTY COURTHOUSE t now coming In and reflect:

" is a definite breakdown of communications One of these recommended steps is some of the things we said

' between the Zoning Board, the that minutes of the City Zoning Board, about weather affects dur-
ing the growing season.
City Council and the City Clerk." which meets on each first Monday, be
read in full at the next Council Some growers had a lot of

in order that the from excess water
meeting, Council 1 damage
Just where the breakdown occurredwas N
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b and were able to harvest and
which has final approval of Zoning }
W
never made clear, but an observer 1 25
Board actions will know what actions tI market only about a per
could not help but wonder just how an cent crop. Others were more
taken. If this had been done in
were and were able to
application for "a mobile home" could fortunate
be advertised the case of the mobile home park, this I KARLV eau STueer scene = sell from 75 per cent to 90
a hearing subsequently
mistake might have been prevented.It ... 1NOAI per cent of their poundage
held, and the application approved fora quotas.

single mobile home and then, also y r NATIONAL JfNRRO
agreed
through some misunderstanding, was : Corn production will be off

permits be issued to the applicant for .AR a again this year.One of our
Aa svwtTATIaN best will make only
electrical outlets and other utilities fora -That a copy of the Zoning Board's 'e veoar' 30 to growers 40 bushels per acre.

mobile home park! approval must be attached to all Last year his average was

permits for utility connections.That over 100 bushels per acre.

To err is human but apparently this ,II Vll88LLC6CN00L Other growers have been a

incident involved a series of errors applicants for a change in a ati llttlo more successful, but

that simply should not have happened zoning be warned that no work shall be OPo r as a whole Is off this even year.corn production -

and would not have if there had been done on their property, even after rxi A ga ,

closer communication between the Zoning Board approval, until the There Is a lot of discussion -

groups and individuals involved.If matter has gone before the City 1 t cost these and possible days about shortage the high of

Council for final approval. : food. Many people believe
this case, unfortunate as it was ( : 'f that farmers are causing

serves to alert the Zoning Board, City These are a few of the suggested i: : Increases In food prices.
Council and City Hall to the weak remedies to prevent a recurrence of ,_ : Farmers are not causing the

nesses in the present method of operation the mobile home park misunder- Increase, but It Is true they

it will have served a worthwhile standing. This may not eliminate all of Centennial MemoriesSixteen are the receiving Increase the In major beef prices.A shareof .

purpose. the bugs in rezoning procedures, but

at least it will be a good start, and now combination of factors has

There were indications last week that everyone is alert to the years have passed the one on the cornerr whereStan's Avenue, which in turn is now caused the recent sharp in-
that such weaknesses were weaknesses of the system, such since Starke celebrated its Bootery located being replaced by a more e ae SeeFORESTRY. crease. The United States
Centennial in 1957but still housed the Bradford County modern plant. major sales pf feed grain
recognized and steps would be taken mistakes are not likely to occur again. the memories linger on. courthouse offices when the reserves to foreign countries

county seat was first moved to Pictured around the edge of facing a critical shortage at
i Pictured above is the art Starke from Lake Butler. the plate are buildings of a IN BRADFORD COUNTYBy the same time the midwest

", work on one of the souvenir more modern era, interspersed experienced a poor cropyear.
'J Centennial plates that were with Bradford This caused a shortage of cat-
, sold to help defray expenses of The two-story frame County's most famous John tle feed, forcing prices feed
the gala celebration. The building with steeple on top agricultural
>cropwinter t upward.At .
Which Road for Mr. Nixon ? plates are now becoming was Starke's first public strawberries.If O'Meara
collector's items, and the school and stood on the
corner where the Woman's you have one of these the same time, demand
is
person fortunate who has ----
i' one or more of then in his Club is now located. It was plates better hang on to it, for for beef by the public has
abandoned about 1913 when it will become more and more reached an all time high. Am-
r As this is written it is not known President Agnew by a Maryland grand possession. the first red brick high school valuable as the years Last month I was able to ericans now consume an a-

what tack President Nixon will followin jury delving into charges of bribes and Featured at top center of the was built on North Temple progress. take part In the Annual State- verage of 117 pounds per per-
his long-awaited address to the kickbacks from contractors during his plate is the old Bradford wide Aerial Insect Survey. son each year, up a total of
7 billion
pounds 1962.
nation ( time this week). County courthouse which has Among the counties checkedthe over
expected some
political career in that state. day I flew were Brad- Still another factor la the
been
It believed since replaced by a new
generally in most
was
million-dollar edifice. But the ford, Union, Baker, Columbia usually high losses of cattle
quarters that he would not take a Alachua Marlon and Nassau. during the long, cold and wet
Other editorial writers have urged old building still remains, and Letters to LS.M
attitude of his winter of 197273.
conciliatory as some top
is being deeded the I
the President ...to stop making excuses by The airplane used for the
advisers begged him to do but wouldgo Bradford County School _
for wrong things done in the survey was a single engine, Supplies of reef have not
the offensive to Board the
muster (
on trying present owners) to
past, and for the doers of those wrong the created high wing Beaver aircraft kept up with demand, thus
newly Bradford
public support by attacking the Senate the Editor.
things:' This would be extremely hard County Board of Historical The Division of Forestry has causing premium prices for
investigators as men "out to get" him several of these planes and the first time In over 10
by "wallowing in small unimportant for Mr. Nixon to do especially since it Trustees. uses them for emergency years. Ranchers are just

vicious little things." would be an about face in the evasive transportation purposes and now beginning to show pro-
course he has followed for so long, but have Parts of the olj courthouse fire-fighting work as well fits, and this may stimulate
been renovatedand
Judging by Mr. Nixon's past record, we believe the people (and history) are recently now being used as Editor, Telegraph: Now Senator I believe this as Insect surveys. more people But It Into takes the busi-

we would guess that odds are heavily would forgive him much sooner for offices for the State Em- Enclosed with all my heart- that big High wing aircraft are Ideal ness.months and sometimes yearsto many
will find
weighed in favor of his adopting the doing so, rather than trying to justify ployment Service. Assisting in letter I wrote you to Senator Ed a government and forced ecology small. for survey work as they offer set up a successful ranch-
the renovation Com- experts have
,
as a
latter course. He no doubt will pull out Watergate as nothing more than munity Project is the local Gurney which I think would be farmers and businessmen out no visual obstruction for ing operation.The .

all the stops as he did in his "Checkers "excessive zeal" on the part of National Guard unit, which of interest to your readers. of business because of the the observer.

speech" of many years ago and leave subordinates, without his knowledge."We supplies manpower on drill I would appreciate it if you restrictions they were unableto Before take-off flight lines finding food its way price to increase farmers is

some of his TV audience on the vergeof weekends in the form of would print it as a letter to the meet. are layed out enabling the and they are now receiving
Mr. Nixon to shun this painters carpenters floor editor. pilot to know the exact routeto
tears in the belief that he is the per urge prices greater than the 1950
sanders wall am.beginning" to believe
scrapers I ': follow. The distance the
road and aside this reasoning level. But in 14 of those
secuted victim of to discredit his put this years
a plot locksmiths, and other skills. 1 enjoy your newspaper and big government wants flight lines are apart and the
Christian Science since 1950 have been far
administration.But says the prestigious anticipating reading it each shortage for the benefit of big width of land being checked prices
Monitor. "No matter how The old courthouse believe that below the 195ft..Farm product
tempting, groundsare week. business. I our determine the percent of the
how with being kept by the Brad is on the brink of prices passed 1951 levels for
and
no matter popular a country land
actually surveyed.
even if such an approach should the first time this year.
ford FFA and Thank and
large and devoted band of Nixon Chapters other you for your con- socialism insolvency
gain Mr. Nixon temporary sympathyand organizations are expected to sideration. dictatorship and only by the What an observer looks for
support from an emotional public loyalists it would, we think, lead at join in the restoration work as divining power of Christ and as he flies along are red- Still farm production costs

we believe it would ultimately prove to the very least to a most unhappy the project progresses. The Sincerely, America turning back to God topped pine trees. These have risen 70 per cent since

be a mistake. Whether he realizes it or condition in Washington."Mr. ultimate goal is to establish a Martin S. Clance can this great nation be saved. Indicate Insect attacks. Usually 1950.
Bradford County museum in
not, he is in no position to go on the at least a portion of the Senator this is my belief the pests attacking Faced with this cost-price
Nixon could remain in the Hon. Edward J. Gurney Southern Fines In Florida are the
alternativehas
offensive. It is time for him to end this building. and may God have mercy on squeeze only
but surrounded Member of Congress the Ips Engraver Beetles and been to
White House by a improve efficiencyand
of hide and seek and level our nation.
game -- United States Senate Black Turpentine Beetle.In .
cloud of doubt and distrust. He wouldbe Center space on the plate is production. In 1950 one
D. C.
level with the American Washington
absolutely -
farmer
President in name, but the a Call Street scene believed to the counties I surveyed produced enough food
people. be the earliest photograph of Folk Fete Insect Infestations for himself and 15 1-2 other
Government would largely be taken Dear Sir were unusually -
people today he
this particular block. Locatedon ; produces
( when
light
out of his hands and managed by especially enough for 48.
the of Call
corner and Will Return with other of
I want to thank for compared parts
others. Worst of all it would be you
This fact is recognized by even such Thompson Streets in the the country where Insects
sending me Washington
Nixon supporters as The Florida divisive to the country at a time whenit building now housing Stump's newsletter your I have enjoyed After LapseThe are usually more damaging). has This allowed increased productivity farmersto
today's
Times-Union which made the surprising has had enough divisiveness."Mr. Store business, was a livery stable- reading it very much. Only rarely were groups of realize about the same
that fell victim to the
redtopped trees recorded.Usually -
admission in a Sunday editorial profits of 20 years ago.
automobile and is Florida Folk Festival
Nixon has choice of now as Senator I would like to is single red-topped trees
really a
could
that "the
political atmosphere extinct as the do-do bird.
being revived in a new format Almost all
discuss a few things like the were observed. These
roads. He take the profits are not excessive -
high
hardly be worse" for Mr. Nixon's"accounting only two can Next to the stable Watergate affair I think thatit after a one-year lapse of these single trees had been Only 20( per cent of
to the people." As the T-U road of renunciation of Watergate, or C.U. Hoover's livery Variety Store was is a disgrace to America, following the 1973 event which hit by lightning. Lightning American farms have gross

puts it: "Food prices are rising. Thereare he can take the low road of attempted located in a frame building but what about the Bobby brought on complaints that it weakens trees to the point sales of over $20.000 annually.In .
claiming that he is Baker deal which was had grown too large to be where Insects can easily
shortages in some foods. The dollaris self-justification by with a false front such as seen worsein 1972 disposable per capita
in trouble overseas. The stock the victim of persecution by his in movies and TV dramas of my view than the Watergate manageable. attack and kill them. income of farmers was only 83

market is dropping below 900. Inflation 'enemies'." the Old West. Mr Hoover was corruption yet to it was In its new, abbreviatedform The wet spring and early per cent while of non-farm people.
the father of Joe and Frank never investigated my And it showed a
continues can't the family-oriented folk summer probably had a lot
rampant. People Hoover who later became knowledge. Rumor was that marked increase from 1971
afford to buy houses. The cost of By the time this is read perhaps the widely known as the top Bobby Baker took the rap for festival is scheduled for to do with the low Insect da- net income per farm in 1972

borrowing is out of sight. The fuel President will have taken his case to photography firm, Hoover someone else. Who? I feel the August 31 and September 1 on mage. Most trees appeared was only $6,797.Night ,
the banks of the Suwannee dark green and healthy all
shortage has people worried. The Reds the people. Which road will heor did Bros. Studio same Watergate thing corruptIOn.will happen in the River at White Springs.At through the flight.

are romping all over Cambodia and he take? We have no way of knowingat Hoover's
Next to was the
the situation for South Vietnam is not this time. Judging from the past, we City Market also in a wooden With such things as this least 60 groups and In- While flying over Bradford Classes

promising." On ,"p of this comes now suspect the worstbut, still believingin building and thenas happening in our governmentwhat dividuals will present their County, the thing that duly

the threatened investigation of Vice miracleswe hope for the best signified by the striped pole in can we expect of our specialties on the outdoor Foster ber Impressed of me was the num- Offered by
frontwas a barber shop. young generation stage at Stephen lage-slzed, crystal
Other buildings in the block Memorial with programs on clear lakes we have In the Union CountySeveral

Sooner or later every successful man is asked to reveal are not identified although Something else: I don't both days at 10 a.m.,1:30: and area. This Is something that
understand since the all Bradford Countians shouldbe
.
7:30: ( p.m.After
the formula for his success to furnish if possible, Supreme court outlawed proud of and strive to evening classes will

a list of specific precepts which those who follow capital punishment crime has severe overcrowdingof protect. be offered this fall by the
him WISH I'D SAID increased and murder seemsto facilities during the four- Union County Community
can use to insure their own success. An ambitious Ro-
Lakes Sampson, Crosby
be a pastime in America day 1972 event it was decidedto School.
employee once approached Henry Ford and asked THAT now. I feel that leniency in skip the 1973 festival. well, Hampton, Little SanteFe

him for such a list. Mr. Ford boiled his advice down the Supreme and other courts Foster Memorial directors were very appealing from Classes will be held in the
The thing that was
into a single rule: When/ you start a thing finish it.mi has turned unruly our as nation far as unjustlyand law is recently voted however to the most air.noticeable was their lar- evenings at the Union County
a streamlined 21st
sponsor size. High School and will include
concerned. edition of the with ge
festival activities such as: new stretch
O\eibeard from a wife to several restrictions designedto sewing cake decorating
Insect surveys can accom- ,
Why Senator can a person
her husband "I wish control congestion in the
had
BRADFORD you get a longer sentence for perjury plish a lot of good. Trouble ceramics slim-
COU the spunk the government on the stand than a man 250-acre park.Camping spots can be located, land- nasties, jogging and others.
NIVILSA7e.- Tr0 has.. They don't let being in that killed a highway patrol- owners can be contacted
debt keep them on the grounds will and the Infested trees be
a.:7 from spend- man? can Persons interested
y 4 ing-Clarln I). Ashby, not be permitted and en- salvaged. Further Insect spread enrolling in of these in
any
: tertainment will be limited to
: C Uintah Basin ( Utah) Stand- Now concerning the short six can be halted with quick classes may phone Sara
aid. ages in our nation today. Our programs in two days action.
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER system of free enterprise was instead of the former 11 Driggers, Community School

Publishers "Remember when the doc- capable of producing far more programs in four days. More Umber Is lost In Florida Butler.Director 496-6421, Lake

Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter ac the Post Office at Starke. tor was giving! you a (rood of everything than the All programs will be held on every year from Insects
Fl. under Act of March 3. 1879. bill of health when he told American people can reason the big shady stage near the and diseases than from wildfires Classes will
ably consume there is no war begin the first
Boltln land The
Subscription in trade 16 you that you were sound as Then in this park entrance Miss or development. week in September
3.50 six
rate area: per year: months. drought. why and will
said, and no two shows will be aerial Insect survey It one of
Outside trade f 7 4.00 six a dollar? -William n. of for the first continue for six
Phone 964-6305 area: per year: months. Starke, Fla nation plenty alike. Food and crafts booths the weapons foresters use to weeks. A
Lewis, The Lynden (Wash time we seem to be short of small registration fee will be
combat this economicalloss.
will be located,as usual in the grave
Tribune.
everything? festival area. required for each class.





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I LEGALSIn HAMPTON AREA NEWSBy Senior Photos I

Maid experienced -
,Due Aug. 22-23 HELP WANTED -
r NEEDED IMMEDIATELY apply In person at
The Circuit Court Of The Description of Property people Interested In wood Court.' 301 N.
Eighth Judicial Circuit, In An Beg at NW Cor of SW 1-4 of SW Josephine Fontaine All 1973-74 seniors atBrad- t HElP WANTED ) working to work In a mobile Starke Motor
For Bradford County Florid; 1-4 of NW 1-4 run S 100', for ,last Tuesday for her home ford High School are askedto home component factory. $2 2tpHELP

Case No. 73 205. POB E 75', S 100', W 75', N BIRTHDAYS: In East Meadow Long Island report August 22 and 23 an hour to start. Call 473-2261 ----------
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AGNES BAWLS, Plaintif 100', to POB. Sec. 25, T-5-S, R- N.Y between 8 am. and 4 p.m. or 4733265. 3tp -
vs- ELSIE GREEN HENDRIETH. ] 22E. Belated greetings to Mrs to the high school to have HELP WANTED: Childless WANTED Dozer

et. al., Defendant! Name in which assessed : Betty Davis; and to Mrs.Her- The ladles of Hampton can senior pictures taken. couple to maintain grounds ------------ operator top wages, ex-
NOTICE OF SUIT Mid State Homes Inc. shel Parker who celebrate keep a secret!! Monday evening some child care and perienced. No need to apply
TO QUIET TITLEIN All of said property being in with Mr. and Mrs.Baker fron Mrs. Mary Lou Peoples was This is only chance seniors housekeeping. Living quarters HELP WANTED : unless you have at least 5years
of Bradford Stateof Orlando and Mr. and Mrs.: .. will have to have pictures and In experience. In Starka
THE NAME OF Till! the County surprised with a baby showerat salary Keystone HOUSEKEEPER to live In or
Florida. Mistier and children from Gal- made according to Dean of Call 473-3540 area. 782-3592. 3tp 8-30
STATE OF FLORIDATo the home of Mrs. Barbara Heights. : or commute to Keystone
the Defendants Unless such certificate or esvllle. Bruno. Although large num- Students Charles Hall. Jax. 3895114. Itp Heights Call: 473-3540 or

ELSIE GREEN HE1S] certificates shall be redeemed ber of ladles were Invited not Jax. 389-5114. Itp I
DRIETH ELLEN GREEN describe to law the property FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS: one of them let Mary Lou know
certificate T. V. Antenna
T1SDALE AUGUSTA GREET in such that It was to be shower.She Cannon
HATTIE GREEN, ESTER or certificates will be sold to Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Adkliu thought she was going to a
GREEN WILLIAMS, ARTHUR the highest bidder at the courthouse attended the wedding of their meeting of the Ladles Fire August Special! & Sons
COLE JOHN COLE JR. door on Monday in nephew, James Walter Pre- Auxiliary, as she Is presidentof

RUTH MAY COLEY, SANDRA Month of September 1973 vatt, and Peggy Lucille Edwards that group. The decorationswere REPAIR.* REPLACEMENT OR INSTALLATION CLASSIFIED: AD RATES
DAVIS MARY GREEN GRAY, which is the 10th day of at the Brooker Baptist storks and an umbrella,. L.P. Gas

ANN LOU DAVIS HANNAH September 1973. Church. They report It was Cup Cakes with baby shoes for $12 to $9200 (APC) Deadline for insertion
GREEN, OBEDIAH CREEP Dated this 9th day of a beautiful and most unusual I decorations and a cake In the Tuesday Noon preceding
JR., JERRY GREEN BOOKER August 1973. wedding. Rev. J.C. Brown,, shape of a bassinette were Thursday before publication. Co.
T. GREEN, SAMUEL GilbertS. Brown Clerk Pastor of Starke Christian served with coffee and punch. INCLUDES LABOR 8c: MATERIALSI Minimum Charge f 2.00

GREEN III, ISAAC GREEN By Beulah M. Moody D.C. Church performed the care Mary Lou received many (Covers 15 Words) LawteyFla.Serving ,
and OSCAR GREENif Clerk of Circuit Court of mony. pretty and useful gifts and all I Guarantee You'll Be Happy Each word over 35,10 cents. ,

alive or if dead, to his or her Bradford County Florida. present were happy to know All Classified Ads must be
unknown heirs devisees 8-16 4t 96NOTICE Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ad- that HAMPTON LADIES CAN DON'T LET POOR COLOR & WEAK flc SHAKY PICTURE paid for In advance unless you WALDO
legatees or grantees and all kins of Miami, visited with keep a secret. have established an account
RUIN YOUR BALL GAMES & NEW FALL PROGRAMS. .HAMPTON
other persons or parties Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Adklns and with the Telegraph. In that
claiming by, through under t or OF APPLICATIONFOR also with Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Sympathy Is extended to the event 50 cents extra chargefor STARKE
against them and to All TAX DEED Prevatt, Sr. of Starke. The family of Mrs. Bertha Hack- TRY MY 32 YRS. billing. Not responsible for GRAHAM

parties or persons having i or F.S. Michael Adklns and the Pre- berth, who passed away last errors when given over the RAIFORD
claiming any right, title t or Sec. 194.16, vatta had dinner with Mr. and week. She leaves her husband TV & ANTENNA EXPERIENCEBob phone or when copy is not

interest in and to the following NOTICE IS HEREBY Mrs. J.G. AdkIns before the Ruddy and son, Rich typed and brought to the of. Call 782-3668
described property, situated i in GIVEN that Robert Scott, the AdkIns returned to their homeIn ard, who live Just outside I Fine 964-8801 fice.
Bradford County Florida holder of the following certificates Miami. Hampton on Highway 221.

of the North % of has filed said certificates
East % Mr. and Mrs. P.L. MorrisJr.
be
deed to
for a tax
Southeast of Northwest \4
of Macclenny Mrs. Man-
and the Southwest \* of numbers issued thereon.and The years certificate of sel Ayer of Lake Gteneva,Mrs. ,, ., [master charge] ckiutnnu.

Southeast U of Northwest \4 issuance, the description of Joel Smith, Sr.Jacksonville reeve

containing 25 acres more t or the property, and the names in and daughter, and Mrs. Cal N-.NI
less EXCEPT AND EXCLUDING which it was assessed are as vin R. Richard and daughterof
any part thereof lying follows: Certificate No. 32., Ocala were all guests or
within road right of way. Year of Issuance 1970. Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Adklns %
You and each of you are notified Description of Property: SE and attended the wedding of 13 % TO 55

that a suit to quiet title to 1-4 of NE 1-4 of SW 1.4EofRd. the Adkln's nephew. bachtoschool"BARGAINS

the above described propert; Ex. R-WSec. 25,T-5-S, R-22-E. THURSDAY ,
has been filed against you and Name in which assessed: Sunday afternoon Miss Tracy
you are required to serve a cop; Lorance Berry. Bruno entertained friends at FRIDAY

of your answer to the Complain All of said property being in an outdoor barbecue her cousin A SATURDAY
on the complaint on the Plain the County of Bradford Stateof Desiree Lack who left, OPEN DAILY TO *

tiff's attorney, Lester Makofki Florida. ............... .. .. .. .... SUNDAYS Till 4 PM
of Law Offices of Robert G Unless such certificate or

Alexander, 1409 Barnett Bank certificates shall be redeemed 1h Old 1V7lZE/l
Building, Jacksonville, Florid according to law the property
32202, and file the original in the described in such certificateor m.warr+A arwsNrTr wa! ) \

office of the Clerk of Circuit certificates will be sold to t FilK 5011 ? b ;, .
Court on or before September;3. the highest bidder at the court -
tomB ,
1973-otherwise the allegations house door on the first Mon 'D .

of the Complaint Mill be take day in Month of September
as confessed. 1973 which is the 10th day of HAVOLIN
This Notice shall be published September 1973 -
once each week for four consecutive Dated this 8th day of Pa MOTOR Oil

weeks in The Bradford August, 1973 "The best way to .'and'alll
County Telegraph. Gilbert. Brown Clerk toes.''.
on
DATED this 27th day of July, Beulah M Moody D.C. i is to keep your
By
1973. Clerk of Circuit Court of .................... ........
Clerk of Circuit Courl l Bradford County, Florida '

Bradford County, Florida 8-16 4t 96NOTICE CORRECTIONAL i iJ.
r ,1( Uty. tttr e t rs
By Virginia F. Darb3 I OFFICER I aAl'lt Ile .
Deputy Clerk Instantly

(Court Seal) OF APPLICATIONFOR $7,224.48 annually; 40 hou: I, oxl aMAr o.. uni You Dii t anthSUVFR ,
8-2 4t 8-22_ TAX DEED work week; time and half for ThkklnTbirsq ), r"a{ "

Sec. 194.16, F.S. over 40 hours; age 21;; male OJH; ... s..,,< > M'A qP UU rQeuv v'm A

In The Circuit Court of The NOTICE IS HEREBY no experience necessary;
for qualified
Eighth Judicial Clrcultof Florida GIVEN, that ROBERT approved veterans. SAVE 22% SAVE 33% SAVE 36% SPECIAL PURCHASE!

In and For Bradford SCOTT the holder of the Contact: Personne HAYOLINE HEAVY DUTY LEMON PLEDGE HUDSON NEW BIG 'H' MEN'S FAMOUS MAKER MEN'S FAMOUS MAKER
Case No. 73-184 certificates has filed
County. following Florida State
,
IN RE: The Marriage of said certificates for a tax deedto Prison Manager, P.O. Box 747, Starke PAPER TOWELS CUT-OFF SHORTSIffl DOUBLE KNIT JEANS

GERALD WAYNE SMITH Petitioner be issued thereon. The Florida 32091; 4311212.

and MARIANNEM. certificate numbers and years It 8-16 m
SMITH Respondent. of issuance, the description of iti
NOTICE OF SUIT the property and the names in
TO: MARIANNE M. SMITH which it was assessed are as

Address Unknown. foil,jws: NOTICE OF ELECTIONIN Our Dl...vnt ,.,1.. 5..541: Our Dlxawnt Prlc, Wat Mf o.. o,.....' P.i,.. w.,39Lr I You'd. Expect To Pay I Expect To Pay
YOU AREIIEREBYNOTIFlED Certificate No. 30. Year of | Up To 7.00 a Pair'! 1 _Up To 12.00 a Pair'!
that an action for dissolution Issuance: 1970.Description MATTER OF Prolongs life, by reducing New enriched formula Removes The new Big 'H' towels with
of marriage has been of Property: 1 THE OF SUPERVISORS rust corrosion engine and wear, Cleans fingerprint smudges and slams super te>. Thick, 'n thirsty 120 Popular cut.olshorls/ in solids 100%" texturtied dacron and poly.
filed against you and you are Lot as desc. in OR Book 14-381, ELECTION BRADFORD as it lubricates One Quart. that hide the natural beauty of sq. ft. 162 1-ply towels Ih10 and fancies. Long wearing, easy. star blends. Flora legs. Choice
required to serve a copy of Sec. 25, T-5-S R-22E. SOIL AND FOR WATER CON wood. Net Weight 14 Ounces. inches. Limit 2)). car fabrics. Sizes 28 to 36 of colors and styles. Sizes 30-38..

your written defenses. If any Name in which assessed: DISTRICT
SERVATION
to It on SHAW & KOPELOU- Mid State Homes Inc. SAVE 417.

SOS Attorneys for Petitioner, All of said property being in Pursuant to Section 582:18, SAVE EAGLE 3.00 t" 1 MISS BRECK ,';; SAVE 30% s DISCOUNT
Is 142 West of Bradford State a
address the ?
whoM County
Florida Statutes, notice is sees HAIR SPRAYa MEN'STENNIS r PRICE I IMEN'S
Call Street, P. O. Box 1086 of Florida. OSCILLATING
of election to : -
SUrke Florida, 32091 and Unless such certificate or elect hereby three given((3)) supervisors an for 12" FANS ;: l jt; WAS 2/100 SHIRT ::"..Rs; : :_ TENNIS HATeta

fU the original with the Clerk certificates: shall be redeemed the Bradford Soil and Water WAS -

.f the above-styled Court 1973 on described according to in law such the certificate property Conservation District for 224___ EAGLE POCKET RADIO !mStl!! ; !' The natural way toU.L.Listed.90a
or before August 27, terms of four ((4) years each, Holds wsl ( 1'niiu
be or certificates will be sold to I w.., Solid State. With, spray. any
otherwise a Judgement may to be held between the hours of 1 001 cotton
the the highest bidder at the courthouse oscillohon.Push earphone 130 'airs. I hair style 100% cotton.
for batteries
entered against you B(:00 a.m. and 5:00: p.m. on the I. j l With eyelets.
relief demanded In the Pe- door on Monday in 16th day of October, 1973, at button control.Whisper strop. = 13 OZ i V-neck style. It White, Stitched
Month of September, 1973, quiet Model Al 1129 (While with rib
tition. brim. S M L.
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the following polling places: ,
WITNESS my hand and the which is the 10th day of SAVE 33% knit neck and Y
SAVE
the 20th September 1973. SAVE 21% cuffs SML. SAVE I IMEN'S
seal of said Court on Dated this 9th day of Farmer's Mutual Exchange 40T047% KENO
ECORATIVEGOOSENECK
day of July 1973. Starke Florida WIND ".
EAGLE la KEY '
BROWNAs August 1973. GYM SOCKSBATTERIES
GILBERT r
Gilbert S. Brown Clerk 'C' or 'D' CELL 10, r.D ALARM CLOCKS M 7 SAVE14
LAMP
Clerk of Said Court By Beulah M. Moody D.C. Circuit Court Clerk's Office DESK r V MEN'S
Donna M. Branson Bradford County Courthouse 9O
By: Clerk of Circuit Court of | POLYESTER
1:961Sei7C
Deputy Clerk Florida. 3:65 1 WAS 13 't' 4 KNIT SHIRTS
Bradford County, t-r-e-t-c-h 65fwool
FloridaJ. ] ;
Starke -
3-16( 4 t 96NOTICE Irl. ly Flexible goose d0 hour clock made rtN 35% nylon.
First Publication: July 26, ?
Metal for( d ,
1973. L.Waters Grocery neck lamp with jacket by Westclox. Loud / Wt'llle.10-13.
long life, Multipurpose .
stond.Choicaol ji bell alarm, 15029
Florida ?
7/26 4t 8/16 OF APPLICATIONFOR Lawtey battery wAS7-96
shade colors. WOMEN'SSAVEI6
TAX DEED "
'Short sleeves.
Sec. 194.16, F.S. Petitions nominating i t W ideseleetion \1 FAMOUS MAKER
NOTICE andidates for supervisors EAGLE EAGLE t JEANS
HEREBY shall be signed by at least WOODEN FRAME RUBBER RUBBER of palyarer
NOTICE IS colors
Mr. Leon Ellington has HVEN that Robert Scott the twenty-five ((25)) qualified DOOR MIRRORS .., BICYCLE TUBES BICYCLE TIRES \ 1 and blends patterns, li g.

made Application to the Brad- holder of the following certificates electors who reside in the I wAS S, M, L. XL
ford County Zoning Board for has filed said cerificates district and filed with the t rw J..96"Ell Pict Pent ag MOOS cotton
reclassification of the property for a tax deed to be office of Kenneth R Lit- ( I F lore legs.

described below from Issued thereon. The certificate Jejohn) Acting Coordinator, 14X 50" Hard 26 X 1.3/8 26 X 1.38 iccI I (Fashion colors
Rl-A to OR. lumbers and years of Soil and Water Conservation wood frame. Predrilled 20X1,7520X2 20 X 1,.7520X2125 SAVE 1.00 i land styling.
NE 1-4 of SW 1-4 of Sec 14, ssuance, the description of Council: Department of p/ With .12527X114 WOMEN'SBODY (Sizes, 8 to 18.
Two,8 South Rge 22 E. Agriculture and Consumer '
he property and the names in screws. 27 X 1.1'4 SUITSm
i
This change in classification which it was assessed are as Services, Post Office Drawer You'd. Expect
M subject to a public hearingto follows:: SE, Gainesville Florida A57? i SAVE 53% To Pay Up To
,
be held on Tuesday, August Certificate No. 28. Year of 12601, no later than September SAVE 17% """" ..1et.. MAYBELLINE I \ ,7.98 a Pair"
28th at 7:30: PM in the County Issuance 1970.Description. 15. 1973 thirty ((30)) days prior JUMBO SIZE Q .II.. ULTRA-LASH n wAS.NJIi j [ if PE EtcTr
Commission room at the of Property: to election date. Petitions maybe .. FOAM PILLOW .1 MASCARA
Bradford County Court Houseat obtained by contacting the 1 10 ny Ion. '11d1
Lot as desc. in OR Book 14-385 WAS Lon 9t sleeves.
which time all Conservationist in WAS "
persons District Qi.
interested shall be heard for Sec.Name 25, T-5-S in which, R-22-E.assessed: your local soil and water ?fA SAVE 13% .J7< m Snap Fashionstyled,crotch.. f I

or against the proposal, as Mid/ State Homes Inc. onservation: district.A +,it t-'"' 22"16" All BREMNER'S JUMBO PIES Creates long lush I Combination, of 4{
in the Code of
specified Zoning All of said property being in qualified elector includes ,J new material w,s i lashes.Mater proof. srnpssond sol 1 j!
Bradford County. he County of Bradford:, State my person qualified to vote in with floral cotton 12 pi.s. L Color choIce. ids. S, M, L.
John Torode, Chairman under the
general; elections '
of r Florida. cover Na Wh 16 Oz, ,
Bradford County Zoning Unless such certificate or' institution and statutes of

Board certificates shall be redeemed his state who is a landowner SAVE 33% SAVE 26%
2tp 816NOTICE according to law the property In t the district. See Section GIRLS'
described in such certificater ,8201 (4) and ((6). Florida WOMEN'SSLEEVELESS

> certificates will be sold to Statutes. Before voting, each ,yv .., ,; ,, Mg'' SLEEVELESS BLOUSES
OF APPLICATIONFOR he highest bidder at the courthouse lector is requested to present BLOUSES
TAX DEED door on the first Monday his county certificate of -. lMMJYS

Sec. 194.16, F.S. in Month of September egistration as proof of %NMt13% IfticOUMTIetCt t 1A1ft 10 ,; $AYI 24% .. v i fee.. .
973) which is the 10th day of eligibility to vote to the poll .QAFEIK ,wy LOArBtt %V DECK SPEAKERS-"Q x et:
"el f ) 3x26
tCASk1ALS t WAS r/ WASjkff
NOTICE IS HEREBY 1973. manager and record his name 1 s
GIVEN that Gilbert S. September Dated this 9th day of and residence address. t fAy es a. 4 d 171 cotton 1"\", Famous Maker.
w M Ser 77%" 23%"
Brown Clerk to Board of w polyester :S' cotton,
County Commissioners the August 1973. Kenneth R. Littlejohn, Acting eral styles of polyester. Several
Gilbert Brown Clerky ehbBrewrCkofnsryleCan; Cuts ..
,
fused soh collars.: Solids styles.
holder of has the filed following said certificates certificates ) Beulah M. Moody, D.C. Soil Coordinator and Water Conservation P r style tat.? 'p xkpa 1rahr ter! ken,'Lang wrteantt w.w rz, ;: and patterns. :'Ia Prints and sol
Clerk of Circuit Court of Moe
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stall rspl. t esooteelti5bas 7tot2. Sizes 7 to 14. Ids. 32 to 38.
for a tax deed to be Bradford County Florida Council w ) y
issued thereon. The certificate -16 4 t 9-6 Florida Department of
numbers and years of Agriculture and Consumer Starke Florida
issuance the description of Services Use Our Convenient If You're Not Shopping Eagles
the property and the names in Dtar old dad it free at Phone 9847513you'd.
.which It was assessed are as Iflrt from hit 4uiU at tM r6 2 t 8-23 Year Round Family Discount StoroYou'r Not

follows: bottom griO. Meat It toe Saving Money!
Certificate No. 38. Year of up.nafos to Ut turn not ft. Layaway Plane|
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HELP WANTEDHousewives FOR SALE Registered Angus
with Children Do you need Bull Calves > you pick one MISCELLANEOUS Nursery INSURANCEAT
a>5
part-time work and weekly now, will be weaned Oct. 1. Opening Experienced INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR REDUCED M Acres
pay check? No Investment J.B. White. Phone 9646114. Teacher opening Progressive SELLING? RATES I HELP
Car and Phone necessary. For tfchg Nursery ages 2 through 6. Preschool AUTO FIRE BOAT Joins City Limits WAN'TEDNo

Information write Marlene Instruction given daily. CONTACT DOYLE E. CONNER 2 Pav.d road.
Mitchell 5919 Chevelle Dr. ------------ Call for Interview and INSURANCE AGENCY 1 Grad. : Experience Necessary, Steady Work,
Jax. 32210 or call 1-904-772- enrollment. 9648404. Up GEORGE ROBERTS < fcha..
BILL
8408. Itp FOR SALE General Electric TV POWELL Fringe Benefits
now for sale at DAHMER'S ------------ REAL ESTATE BROKER
DISCOUNT, black and whiteor 964-6464' 533-2208 APPLY AT
------------ Charles
color. Stchg 9-13 WANTED To Zlpprr
rent or rent with
option to buy, nice 3 bedroom Wayne Douglas CARL BEGGS NATIONAL PROTEIN INC.
HELP WANTED Qualified ------------ house. Phone Green Cove Associates Gulf Service

Christian teachers for grades Springs 2849093. 1tp PHONE 964.7826 COMPLETE Road 21
1, 2, and 3. Call 4681666. JUST A FEW Air Conditioners, Hampton, Fla.,
HOUSE
Hampton, Fla. tfchg ------------ 421 W. MADISON ST. CLEANINGInside MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
110
volt, 10 per cent plus cost
Dahmer's Discount House WILL keep children In my home FILING; USED & Out 8:00: ,A.M. TO 5:00 P.M.OLiNS .
CABINETS.
------------ five days a week. Ph. 964- Typewriter STEAM
2tchg 8-23 CLEAN
5871. 1tp Stands;; Desks, Chairs, An Equal Opportunity Employer
Mildew
Sagas -Bradford Paint Stripping
HELP WANTED County
Beeline --. ----------
------------ Carpet it Floor Service "J-.*
--- -
Telegraph. PARTSFor
Fashions i:
needs 5
Stylist and 2
SUPER stuff nut! .
Managers in this sure That's erttia.Memo's --. CALL EDDY
area. Weekly
FOR SALE 16 1-2' Blue Lustre for cleaning carpets. -
FiberglassBoat
paycheck Free Wardrobe Twice
with 1962 75 HP Rent electric shampooer Most Makes (Of Cars PHONE 964.8359
a year.No investment. Car and -
Johnson $1. Derrick Inc., 301 E. Call MOBILE HOME SALES
Outboard
Motor
phone necessary. For information All St., 9646163. Mobile. Homes 24 Hr. Wrecker Service Before 8 A.M. after 4 P.M.
write Linda Dolen Equipment Included. Good SINGLES 4 CompUt Janitorial HWY. 100 W, PW. 964.5606. r L-t 't
2994 Condition. $845. 9645781. DOUBLE WI DES .
Remington St. Jax Fla Hwy. 301 N. Waldo
32206. Or phone 1-904-384- Winston Barker Owner. 1tp MARTIN CAMPERS Expendo Room & Add Service Special Double Wide
2746. Itp On Rooms Phon. 468.1998 BOYD SERVICF. l
U.S. 90( Lalt.
Wtst.
City
Summer Clearance
------ Sale
------ Fr.. Delivery and bet Up
Phone
752.3723
100 MILE RADIUS Everything priced to sell
FOR SALE Stove, Refrigerator, For B... SUctlon Of BANK FINANCINGHWY STARKE BUILDERSA Mobile Home New & Used Furniture
t FOR RENTFOR 1 2 Dressers 522 W. Adkins, TRAVEL TRAILERS
Starke. Itp MINI-HOMES GREEN 17 NORTH COVE 5/73 Complete Building Service Mill Durk Man Snt. Noon Dark On Sundsvn 4/73

------------ TRUCK CAMPERSAND T.1. 284500126X.7311 Phone 964.5270 219 E. Washington St.
Starke, Fla.
RENT Mobile home on TOPPERSFull ACE EnterpriseElectric
AM &
FM RADIOS
Lake Geneva, three with stereo SHINYL
bedroom, CONGOLEUM VINYL
players. Console Lin Of Parts And
models, 0. C. Cirim
1 1-2 bath, air. $130 plus NvrMry
utilities, 4732232. 1 tp 816FOR closing out at $149.95. Dah- Sarvle rr Thousands of Plant "The No Wax Floor" $4.59 : & Plumbing

mer's 11-11 Discount House. 9tchg Fruit Tr..s, Shad Tr..., Comoletelv Installed Compare At $6.50 fit Sn. Yd.

------------ Evergreens, Camellias, Repairs Service Old & New Work
AII.I_.. RotesMatt
BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTURED
------------ MULE trews :
In Cant Plant
RENT Trailer on Griffis Anytime
Trailer Power Poles Installed
HI LOW
LANDSCAPING NYLON :
Loop.2 BR. 12 x 60. Call after LOTS Zoned for mobile homes
5:00.: E. Z. Lee 964-8816. 1tp and houses. Several subdivisions 23 MI. S.E. Of Starke, Many Colors To Choo>. From $6.97 :
100 TIT. Service
Hwy." Eic.ad P.M.A. Specification I 24 431.1000
to choose from. Only Florahom. 659.2165
------------ $95 down. Monthly paymentsto Compl.(.ly In.tall.J Ov.r Rubb Padding f*' Silo V"*. I

suit your budget. Ph. 468- VOLKSWAGEN SHAG : 431-1200 964-8220
FOR RENT 2 Bedroom house.F. 1551 or 964-8331. tfchg
Register. 964-5888 or 964- Nw & U..dSoUs POULTRY EQUIP OF 100". con.inuou. Fii. Nylon Th. Carpet With Th. Now Loold I
8771. Itchg Many Color. To Chooi From
------------ S.r"lc.WI $7 95
ALL KINDS.R. Com;>lot.l" Installed Over Rubber Padding P.r Sq. Yd. PINEHURST GROCERY AND VARIETY STORE
------------

RENT LEASE Mobile Home LINOLEUM 9, $3.19; FLOOR 9 x 12,Covering$5.98; 12 6 x x 1 MI.GAINESVILLE North of tK. Mall Q. Simmons '" .. Special One Week Only On

12, $11.30; 12 x 15 only

space City water, BRADFORD, sewer furnished PARK colors.$14.95.Dahmer's Many patterns Discount.and tf Equip Co. A&H ROOFING DOUBLE KNIT MATERIAL

$30 monthly $300 yearly. At 317 E Brownie. St.
Bradford Motel, N.Temple $4.99 Now $3.99
259 N. St.
Ave. 6tchg 8-30 JIMMY MOORE'S Starke, Fla. Bay

I I LOST AND FOUND S.n Spwfr Starke 964-6680 HWY 100 Eat $399 NOW $2.99 Store Hours
------------ Phone 964-6819 Of StirksV.rr.ll And Chr st n. P... 7 Daye A Weelt
MORE BOAT
FOR Call// // Alvarez
FOR RENT 12' wide mobile YOUR MONEY tfchg Billy /
homes outside city limits. J.B. t atlri
White. Ph 9646114. If no FOUND Large puppy found on Stark Ph. 964-5791 SPECIALIZING. Central Machine
.
Bessent
answer 964-6219 Road. White with
or 9646152. black .. '*j...i
tfchg large spots. Black ears, Compl. Outboard 8> Stem
with black on face. Medium Drive* S.rvic.and Rapalr. Asphalt ShinglingAdd And Tool Products

hair. 964-5697. CompUt; Fiberglass Repair
Custom built Fiberglass One & Kepuirs
Tool Makers
FIAT Machinists,
HOUSES FOR SALEFOR AUTOMOBILESUSED Fishing Baats. All Work GuaranteedFor

Sal.. Port Service Machine Hands and ApprenticeIF

N., and Usd 1 year.
SALE New 3 bedroom --- .... YOU ARE ANY OF THE ABOVE AND DESIREA
brick veneer, 2 baths, living United Farm USED IMPORT CARS
room, kitchen and dining FOR SALE 1967 Pontiac Agency Inc JOB AT TOP RATES. 55 HOURS WEEK.
HAlf III AUTO
area. Good location. Firebird, 4 new tires, good GOOD BENEFITS.
Financing available. Call condition. Take up payments %eg. Real Estate Broker IMPOITS, INC. IIIPP < H| > TRACTOR CO.Telephone.
Buford Mitchell, 964-6853. $68.80 monthly Ph. 9646281. Paul & Irene Faulkner 509 E. UnivarsityCain.svilU3724373 AND A CLEAN A/C SHOP TO WORK IN.
tfchg Up 372.3464

Associates TP FARM MACHINES APPLY IN PERSON AT
206 S. Water Strt

Stark., Flo. 964.5065 New &. Used CENTRAL MACHINE

HOUSES fOR RENT WANT TO SELL OR PUMPSNEW & TOOL PRODUCTS
t FOR SALE 1 I 4 Mi. North
RUY REAL ESTATE? on U.S. 441
Call Us For Best Price AND USED 2709 N.E. 20TH WAY

Prospect Waiting SALES GAINESVILLE. FLA. GAINESVILLE, FLA.
FOR RENT House on Brooker tfchytesta. PARTS
GE COLOR TV, now from Road. 9645559. 1t "Whr Service Is The B.tt.r |do" 32601
$179.95 with trade. Brand SERVICE

new, at Dahmer's Discount Deep and Shallow Walls
House. 9tchg 11-11 LONG CHAMPHome
PINEHURST
------------
MISCELLANEOUSWILL Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT
and BulldlnrMater Grocery And Variety Store Phone 964-6061 FREE
FOR SALE Color TV 23" C-M, I als SERVICEON

very nice $200. 964-8801. 1tp ALL MAKES WE! HAVE MOST ESTIMATES
WE BUILD COMPLETE ,.
keep children in home PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE
my
------------ five days a week Ph. 964- "Yeur Plans Or Our FAUIC AND NOTIONS SHOP
5871. 1tp Your Lot Or Ours."
LATE 8-TRACK Tapes, fully IN STARKE WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE
guaranteed. Dozens to FREE ESTIMATES PUMP & SUPPLY CO. Also Complete Line. Of Hardware & Drapery Supplie (t.blUh.d 1949)
------------
at choose Dahmer's from.Discount Now only House.$2.98 Remodeling Repairs Moved S Black NrtttM4N. Hwy. 100 East Star Hour 7.11 744 N. Thompson, Stark

9tchg 11.11 STEAM CLEANING Engines of Additions Tempi Av. Of Stark 7 Days a WkM
all types automotive, farm Homes Bought Sold I |T.U .nd Chrl.tUi. D... T.r. STARKE FOLKS serving STARKE fOLKS
machinery. Boyd Service, Ph TmJ.dACREAGE Since 1949
------------
9648359. tfchg
FOR SALE1M4451 A.A. MEETING

FOR SALE Hospital Bed and Bills C.B. Radio &
------------ Equip
good mattress $86. Hydro- FRIDAY NIGHT 40 ACRES OF
,
Flotation Chair pad $20. Hwy 301 S. Starka TF ROLLING GRASSLAND
321 N TEMPLE AVE Your
MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also
Everest and Jennings wheelchair 8:30: P.M. COLORADO
$75. Phone 964-7955. mobile home hurricane anchoring STARKE. FLA Real
and mobile home roof 309 N. CHERRY ST. Estate FULLY SURVEYED
1tp coating. Olin's MOBILE Home Riley HOME OF "MAGNETIC SIGN CO." Broker NEAR RIO GRANDE"RIVER.
------------
Service.964-5606, Rt. 100 W. S9.75OI $95 DOWN.
WATSON'S Starke, Fla. tfchg Wont To Drink, That's BUY SELL S95 PER MO. AT 6%.
TRADE
<<;
HOUSE VACUUMS Paving 0Dril'eway DISCOUNTS ON ALL C.B. RADIOS NOW.
Your Business APPRAISALS "A MILE AND A HALF HIGHIN
Many brands of new vacuums ------------ DUE TO DEVALUATION OF OUR DOLLAR. THE COLORODA SKY,"

$39.00 up. Used machine Want To StoP. That's Our PRICES WILL SOON GO UP BUY NOW & SAVE Call Bill Powell
from $10. Expert Repairs all WANTED Used furniture, B.sin.ssMACHINE WRITE: STEED. 911 W. 1OTH
makes. Parts and Accessories refrigerators, washers Dah Parking Lots 964-6464 AMARILLO.TEXAS 791O1.
PEARSE SIMPSON. COURIER.
for all vacuums. Built In mer's Discount House tfchg B06.376.8690Nothing

central vacuum 712 N.cleaning Main, Doy4732127 JOHNSON. COBRA PACE. AND 24 Hrs. A Day
systems.
------------

Gainesville 376-7110. Nights 473-2102 ROBYN C.B. SETS
I EXPERIENCED BOOK-KEEPER

------------ Will do general bookkeeping, r.O.DrnwerF NOTHING SOLD RETAIL Down
payrolls, etc. for small Sales arid Service
FOR SALE Shetland pony, businesses or Individuals In
new saddle, bridle and my home. Ph.964-5756 2tp 8- Keystone Hgts., PFAFF ELNA 3 Rooms of Beautiful Contemporary
blanket.$85.00. Ph.9647621.1tp 23 Nw Horn
Furniture 1/2 Paid For Out of Lay-A-

Fin. WHITE -- Way. Living Room Suite, Dining Suite,
--
---------- PLASTERING
------------ TF $49.50 up H. U Bedroom Suite, Mattress. & Springs.
I FREE 150 bales good hay, you
Price
WE NOW HAVE diamond haul and clean barn. J.M. Ports & Reoatrs n AND DRY WALL, Inc. Everything in New Condition.
needles for any make or model Edwards 964-5379 Starke. Itp on Phone $600. New. Your Price as Low as $359.
782-3578 7823896P.O.
rs SAVE S1| all othr make. Or
stereo player. Dahmer"Discount machinesNATIONAL You May Buy 1 Piece or a Whole
House tfchg Box 605 Lawtey Fla.
------ ,
------ FRED DAVIS Houseful. NO DOWN PAYMENT

LOSE WEIGHT safely end fast BUICK PONTIAC HARDCOAT STUCCO Required. Low Monthly Payments!
----
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with X-II Diet Plan, $3.00.
GMC TRUCKS
FOR SALE'Good: used sewing- X-Pel REDUCE, $3.00.Excess Money Fluids Back with A LITTLE RIDE CAN 611 W. Univ. Av.. SIMULATED MICK FURNITURE CITY USA

machines. $19.96 and up.Coleman' Guarantee at Koch Drug. 18tp SAVE YOU A LOT'jI ;; Gainesville. Fla. Cor. E Univ. & S. E, 1st 373-1456
Sewing Canter 11-8 "wo Make HouM Calls"13e9s Gainesville.
964-8312. tfchg GREEN COVE SPRINGS
378-1355 LOCATED IN THE OLD BAIRD HARDWARE BLDG.
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