Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven _

Vol.05 STARKE, FLORIDA 15 Cents
No 50 Thursday, July 4,1971 Copy

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Wr. rM a Up $37 Million

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Zooming upward under the state's new "full cash value"
1 e, 1e rule, 1974 taxable property assessments in Bradford

.1 r r. Lawtey Asks values County increased $37.1 million, or 61.7 percent over 1973

; d1' rt ,d r Zri A The 1974 county tax roll totals $97,267,880 of taxable

property up from $60,152,555 in 1973, according to a

Further City computerized report received in the office of Tax Assessor

; Gene Long last Tuesday June 25. Full cash value

)9 : assessments have doubled some home sites, made a 65-70

J:. 4 percent increase in the value of farmland, and even tripledsome

n" choice property such as that on US301.A .
Zoning Study
) corresponding millage rollback is also recommendedto
, each county and city taxing authority which, if levied in

h The Lawtey City Council 3- Adopt the necessary 1974. will keep taxes near their present level. However, if
I i .4f,, took a step ahead toward zoning ordinance and building) an individual's assessments increases more than the tax

_., t zoning Monday night when codes. roll as a whole, his taxes will increase even if the millage is
County Zoning Director L. M. 4Employ} an administrator rolled back correspondingly. Accordingly, if an individual's
.. Gaines and Lawtey city at .
i assessment increases less than the tax roll as a
torney Gene Shaw were
authorized to study and whole, he will pay less taxes even with the millage

I present further details of an rollback.In .
.x agreement whereby the 2 Draw 1973\ the county school this scar to catagurUe
1 proposed Lawtey zoning or hoard raised $58<.).0(>5 in local \properly, according to .state
dinance would be ad advalorem taxes with a levv i-iKles Ixmg's stall has liecn
ministered by the county ol \10 mills Under the new assessments using; codes but they were not
board. Robbery a levy of 5.-117! mills .standard
Gaines outlined the pro ($5.41)7\) per$1,000)) will bring in Now construction and additions
>' posal, stating the cost to the same amount of taxes. I Uy to the '74 tax roll total
Lawtey would be $1,46280 law. the school board can levy Vi.O.m.2.50.: !: : A huge portion of
I Ir annually based on a per SentencesTwo additional rm I la go lor thai is the Bradford Square
capita cost of$2.30 per person.He building, and last year the Shopping Center' property
said that at least half of Alachua County men local school board raised an valued at some $1.2 million
this cost should be repaid to were sentenced to 30 and 15 additional $. i.K( >)2 in capital Other new construction
+ the city in the form of fees years in prison Monday July outlay lumls with a millage ol totaling some $1.8 million
derived from building per 1, after pleading guilty in .0. This year 3.J7: nulls will occurred in the county, mostlyin
mits. Bradford Circuit Court before bring in that same amount of the form of now dvu-rffirgsr
Judge Wayne M. Carhsle to an construction: lunds .standard and mobile homes
1 1M Gaines said the county April 22 robbery at the Whispering In 1973! : the county commis Notices ol new assessments
board would handle the details Pines Motel on US-301 sion raised $522,124 with ;n will IM- mailed to residents. by
y of issuing permits conducting south in which $200() was stolen. millage lovj of 8.hull! nulls. In/ l.ong'snllicc (the latter. p.irl' ol;'
building inspections and David Leon Sullivan. 18. \11174! a levy of 4872 mills will this week or no later I nan
other administrative duties. Gainesville, was sentenced to bring in the same amount. S.'I'I.agl'J, :
The Lawtey Council would be :30 years and Benjamin Frank Total county nnllagv.
the final authority on all Griffis, 21, Micanopy, was meaning school board and
zoning matters within its city sentenced to 15 years after county commission Board Chops
limits and could override June 3 to recommended by Assessor
"}tow about some nice butter beans'Irs.! !Mary Welch grown In her Pleasant Grove garden. What the Welches can't any pleading guilty on
of the board to raise I the same
decision county Lawrence F Corson, Long
asked visitors to the market last eat sell at the market.
new produce Thursday. they Sii'ini
regarding Lawtey, Gaines owner-manager of the Whispering amount of tax dollars in \1974! is Program
Mrs. Welch's crowder
anti butter beans
peas spotted are
said. Pines Motel two miles 10.715. compared toa 1973! : levy The school summerrecreation
south of Starke Sullivan has a of 19! ,2KO mills. became
Attorney Shaw said that record: of offenses in Alachua "II we can get\ any reasonable program of
Fresh Produce On Sale TodayVegetable zoning was a serious matter County including auto thelt rollback", we won't Ix tutting the I hrst Tuesday means as Supt budget\, Jim
hurt too bad, Assessor:
.. and would present many and grand larceny, State says Temple recommended: slicing
headaches to the council. He Attorney Kenneth Hebert Long:, whose oil! ice has gone
producers plan to adjust this weeks selling to Other items available are syrup, peppers, watermelons, said there appeared to be no reminded the t court in through more this past year live das session.Irom the planned'idoe
Wednesday and Saturday rather than the usual Thursday and peaches, greens and okra, Allen says. alternative, however since prosecuting the case lor the than ever before The 1974 tax board
Saturday, due to the Fourth of July Holiday Plans are to continue the farmers market for the next several the last Legislature passed a state. roll recuircd| a complete roojilu.ition The school week l shortening approvedthe of the
weeks long as produce lasts, he said. one
as which
law requiring all Florida Griffis also pled guilty and Long contracted -
This week's revised schedule offers consumers a chance to "If[ we can get a supply and the demand, why we'll just coast municipalities to adopt received 15 years for his partin to llunmcut and Asso- summer 'program at the
have fresh vegetables for holiday meals, Bobby Taylor county right on through," Allen said. minimum standard building the robbery. A pre-sentence ciates ol SI. Petersburg.! Thai regular monthly meeting
agent said. The market is "holding its own" with a flurry of buying early codes by January I. 1975 or investigation noted that .survey was Ix-gun last. September which will save $!dNlll.( )
Saturday then steady business for the remainder the day the risk of jeopardizingfuture Griffis has no prior record. under the lull cash. Temple also mentioned the
Vegetables still available include: corn tomatoes and peas, Operation of the vegetable market ,is strictly up to the public run revenue sharing funds The April 22 robbery Involved value premise and was revision of the recently announced
according to market manager Bobby Allen Allen said. Shaw outlined the steps Sullivan and Griffis' finished .June t 1. salary schedule due
intormalion the
to on
entering the motel and taking have done magnili- new
toward zoning as: "They a amount of retirement to be
1- Adopt a comprehensiveland Corson's billfold containing cent job" Long states Th.it
use plan for the entire $!00. Sullivan had a gun but job cost the county $:(7.51111( >, picked up by the county..
Youth 19 Dies In Crash .city. told the court he did not use it. with which Long seems previously Four per cent announced was the I figure but

2Have new city maps Lenford C, Terry. 22, of satisfied states that thecountymay
drawn, complying with the Starke. was lined $ill0 and In addition, the loclia.sessor's ( Temple now have to pay live

land use study See Page 9) : office was required IH.T cent.

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Girl 17 Badly Injured

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A 19 year old Starke youth, curve was 65 mph. Damagesto Starke caught on fire Thur Hawthorne, lost control of his f n .
iiary Joseph Prevail, became the truck were set at $3.000. sday, June 27 about 5 p.m. on HUM( Chevrolet Station Wagon ,
Bradford County's fourth Trooper M.E. Richardson of Slt-225, also two miles east of and it overturned and came to .
traffic fatality of 1974 when he the FIIP conducted the Sampson City. Damages rest on its top Thursday, June 4 ,
succumbed early Sunday homicide investigation.The caused by the fire was set at 27, on SR-18, three miles east
morning. June :30. of injuries 1971 Ford truck of $800./ of Hampton. Damages of $600 V I
received in a traffic accident Tommy David Newman 23, of Charles M. Pardee, 30, of to the vehicle were estimated.
SR 225. two miles east of ,
on No injuries were reported. ,. a
Sampson City. The driver was charged t with a l
A teen-age companion, Man Dies In Shooting having no valid driver's
Susan Kitchens. Starke, license.On OurCountry
remains in serious but stable ,, a it t
Saturday, June 29. .3 of a ,
it. The bullet
from John Chester Clark 31. Clark and fired 4 ,Mr
injuries Middleburg, was shot and struck Clark in the head mile south of Lawtey two '+Ai
received in the accident that 1
vehicles had parked on
his death.
killed early Tuesday causing
occurred Friday night\ June morning
shoulder of Ruth
US 301.
right -
with his own pistol according 1'he two women were
28 about 10 a.mAccording 52, of St.
t further investigation Compton Reynolds Day
< pending
to the accident (to reports of the Starke police
according to state Augustine had pulled her 1971\ Y h
report filed by Trooper tL.G. Hilly Hay Wilson 2 8. from investigator Glen Sapp Oldsmobile around the right
Manning of the Florida Highway Trion. Uu. is in Bradford side of the 1971 Chevrolet of Celebration
Patrol, the vehicle, a 11)74\) County jail charged with first Heed Gregory Buckler 24, of Set
Chevrolet truck was degree murder in the Incident To .1> Gainesville. The Reynold's July 4
traveling east on Slt-2'5: two Police received distur Hampton Buy vehicle struck the right side ofBuckler's Er r In Keystone '
a :
miles east of Sampson City
she attempted ,
and one mile west of the SR- bance call at 12:57: a.m New Fire Truck to car pull back as onto the .. r ,
; day reported near the Fish
227 intersection when the 7U'I2U highway. Damages to each 1 Rotary Fry
driver came out of a curve to / block on West Madison. Mayor Arthur Bruno an vehicle was set at $500. 1 Keystone Beach
the left. The vehicle veered Officers Rhoden and nounced that the city councilof July 4-S to 7 p.m.
from the road on the right Julius Eunice described the Hampton has authorized Trooper L.G Manning of SCENE OF STRUCK ACCIDENT ON SR-TUESDAY MORNING." /i
shoulder and traveled a the purchase of a 1975 Ford the niP was the investigating
distance of 159\ feet before situation surrounding the lire l truck at a cost of $30,000 officer in all of the accidents. Boat Parade i
returning to the roadway, shooting as follows: Delivery of the new vehicle Four accidents were Keystone Beach
1 Driver Dies In Truck CrashOne
After traveling a distance of Clark picked up three hitchhikers with its 750 gallon water tank reported by the Starke Police 730-a:30pm.:
63 feet the vehicle left the road Wilson and two capacity will be in July, 1975. Department during the past
and traveled a distance of 42 females, on Interstate 10 near Funds for payment for the week driver, Giles Fletcher Tuesday, three hours after the injuries was unknown as N
The 1974 Ford of Clarence Messer, Lake Butler, accident, which occurred presstime Tuesday afternoon.
feet on the left shoulder. The Jacksonville. Driving through new fire truck will be made was
vehicle then came back onto Starke Clarke allegedly drew available from revenue Wayne Taylor, 21, of Lulu, killed and two seriously injured about 10:30: a.m. 300 yards Two rock trucks c..dr.t '
the road, overturning two his 44 magnum revolver in an 'sharing monies and those was traveling south on Cherry Tuesday morning when east of the Johnstown' Baptist hauling
Church SR-121 about halfway collided head-on, a Telegraph (!! ,
on QIIIP Community
Street June three
the Thursday semi-trucks collided
times on highway and once attempt to assault one of the allocated to the fire department on told
behind the 1974 Dodge of SR-121 between Raiford and between Lake Butler and reporter was at scene
again on the right shoulder females and a struggle by the county. Raiford.The A feed truck was travelingeast Mute Sank
The vehicle finally came to followed, police said I the two Approval of the purchasewas Richard L. Carter, 20, of Lake Butler toward Raiford, could -
rest right side up on the right girls jointly made by the Starke. Carter had slowed his two injured drivers
reported. not stop, and ran into rear of A.l.nnU N. ln....J V,
shoulder of the road. mayor, the city council and vehicle almost to a stop whenit Highway patrolmen were: were taken to Shands w
dead T. 120.000
the wreck ahead. The kr
Estimated speed of the In the course of the struggle, the l member vo'unteer fire was hit in the rear by the still working at the scene of Teaching Hospital In .......1 o..ae _c
In the feed truck.
man was
vehicle us it came out of the Wilson turned t the gun on department + (See Page 2) the accident at 1:30: p.m. Gainesville. Extent of their

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Page 2 TELEKKAP1I July I, 1971

III Assessments Up $37 Mill;"".... i Lawtey. .. .. ..... .... .. ... .... .. ... ... .. .. .. ... ........I.: .. .. ..,.\.. .l't-, .. .. ._

(From Page I) (From Page 1)) that after the work had been was money donated by 1 the

Monday July 8. Complaintsabout Slaike on a state primary Q Shaw said it was unlikely completed, the city might city, and $lOtlO( ) or more MUM
loadoomed Irom $11.60l! ( ()( in the
assessments should be that a single house in Lawtey decide to use the property for money raised by com mini-
made to Long's office In the 1973 to $60,015)()( in 1<)74, more would pass, the Southern other ity. lie said t the !foundation t and
county courthouse. Taxpayers than double.. A vacant lot in Standard Building Codes at purposes.Council Gene lloor had been completed, tind
complaining will be asked to the city went from $1.600<> to the present time. The codes Pearson took the position that the cement( block walls were
complete a form detailing $11I.000.()( ) a (ten-fold increase. 'would not apply to already it would not be proper for the about half way up.
)Downtown Starke commercial structures but only to such restrictions -
their complaint. If the matter existing Council to write
property varied from future construction Shaw deed and that
cannot Ix- settled the taxpayer into the ,
may appear before the a decrease in value for a few said. even if it did, the clause would! LLL m\\ it'0'
to increases to 227
up percenton : future
Board of Adjustment to further Wayne'Massey, presidentof not be binding on
one building whicwent the Lawtey Citizens should ever
( seek redress councils if they
The Board of Adjustment, from $26.150 in 197J!) to $1I5.HIi0( Committee, inquired about need the property for another LIIllE( 6J C (c
composed of two school board in 1974. One vacant building in various aspects of the zoning purpose. He said such action
downtown Starke went from code in regard to restrictionson and PRESENTSFOR
members and three county would set a precedent
$ .650 to I.82R:! a decrease of
II; mobile homes and was complications
commissioners, meet at 9 cause unnecessary
17,6 percent, another buildingon assured that public hearing )Fire Department
a.m. Thursday, July 25. in the in that l Wf1LUliV !(
'all Street went from $0,500) s would
county commission meeting be held before any or any other group using/
to $7.268, up just 11.8 percent zoning ordinance was adopted might demandthe
room in the courthouse city property
"If we've made a One downtown building same thing.Attorney 1 E nr:
mechanical error well he valued. at $21.800 in 1973 is A recurring problem came Shaw backed l up
glad to correct it before the valued. at $62,201 on the 74 up for discussion again when Pearson's position, and told THE FIRST TIME

man can turn around good," toll, up 184 percent; other Councilman Robert Scott said Scott and Johnson that the COUNTRY MUSIC, BEST
Lung states! "But if it's some examples are $16,950 to that work on the East Lawtey proposed restrictive clause
ol these belly .ichors..." $:.14.5 2, up 104 percent, $20,000) F recreation project was at a would not be legally binding, 6 Nights a Week
to $34.5)0!) up 70 percent; rIM standstill of failure of
One such belly acher may and would be of no practical
Guest Artist
$20,000( to $24437, 22 aturinc :
he the timber grower who up percent the Council to agree that value.
neglected to sign his agriculture ; $' ,9r)0) to 21.742: up 148 certain restrictions be written Ending the lengthy discus Linda Amerson
assessment exemption percent; $11,250\ to $25,4'l\) up I into the deed to the property. sionScott made a motion that

That land owner's propertywas 175 percent. Scott and another representative the restriction be written into Fri. and Sat. Night
valued at $14.4"; 0) in 1973 Farmland most of which of the project Herman the deed and Councilman Only SI.CO Cover Qiargf
and is on the 1074 lax roll atVM increase in \tiluc from 65 to Johnson had requested at Pete Smith seconded. From 9 PM-Z AM

>.(>00. 70 percent came out about the several previous council I A tie vote resulted (as it did

Long was most complimentary best of anything being t meetings that a clause be at a previous Council meet-
ol one taxpayer who assessed Long pointed l out written into the deed ing) with Scott and Smith vot- at abby'sHideaway
because the yardstick used to % :, 'specifying that the properly and Chair-
came in Tuesday to find out ter sk? ing for the motion
measure the value is farm "shall be used for
what his new assessment is. only man Pearson and Councilwoman -
"Well. I wouldn't Sl'lit\ for income, not market value. A Mrs. Jessie Young, sealed keeps her hands busy with crocheting between customers at the community-recreation purposes Barbara Jordan voting
anv less" was the rl'plyhl'n typical farm was valued at10.0o new Starke produce market. Mrs. Young has had good success selling miniature cacti and ." against it.Following.
Long told that taxpayer his! $-() () in I971! and is now at vegetables.': She I Is! a steady vendor at the market. Scott and Johnson said that the meeting. 301 North-Waldo

property, one of the newer $(H.1'IO> \ up b7 percent Customer above looks over !Mrs. Young's plants. The small bag contains okra she had just those donating their time and Scott said that over $4,001()()() had

dwellings in the City of Starke, However dwellings on purchased last Thursday. labor to construction of the recreation already been spent on tin recreation -
was $49.561. up from $24.250 in farms are now assessed center were fearful project, W.wio)() of this
separately from the farmland
li! 7J. an increase of 104
pl'rcent. ------------
and do not tome under the recommended to raise the stead exemption granted in

Another Starke residencewas agriculture assessment same $100,997 from city )Florida There are 149 home- Youth Dies...

valued at $31,000) in 1973: farming Vacant lands not used for property l.awley taxes: 1974 assessmentstotal steads owned by persons 65 (From Page I) Denmark Wait?
and is at $34.Ofj2 this year, up purposes. are from and over who will receive the ... Says Why
another One up
74 Another Starke story parcel double exemption.The Taylor vehicle. Taylor
house percent.went from $22,350 to valued l at $').850 in 1973 is at $944.b09 in 1973. A millage rollback 1974 tax roll shows a skidded his vehicle 48 feet
$ll.4!) 82 on the new lax roll, from 467J: to 2179 is
up breakdown of before
: 1,467 vacant the
40210. Another Impact.
up79 percent.
home in west Starke went !117.7 percent. A lot north ot recommended residential lots 3.487 single collision caused $1,500 Enjoy the Wonderful World of
Law ley went from $715 to Kionker: New values total
Irom $23.550 in 1973 to $47.b'W! family residences, 262 damage to the front end of the -
$1.128, 57.7 percent up. Yet $82',452!) up from $476,532: in homesteaded mobile homes Ford and the
102 $500 to rear end
up Pl'rcent.Some choice building another vacant lot went from 1973. A rollback from 4.36'!) to 21 drug stores and other or- of the Dodge. Bassett Now!
$200) to $950 on the lax roll, up 2.082 mills Is recommended.
acreage now vacant west of thpedic stores 11 supermarkets Captain Harold Crews, who

.-- e e e0 -, 375 The percent.new tax roll includes $9'!!!Hampton):>.717. up: New from values$545.8)8:)total in stores 119, 19 building convenience feed charged investigated Taylor the with accident careless YOUR CHOICE of Dining Rooms..

17,267,880!! 1974 taxable 197J: rollback from 2.892
in seed hardware and
t Keystone 'I paint driving and Carter with
value of real property for mills to 1.455 mills is stores; 10 camera and having no valid driver's

t operating purposes recommended.Some cosmetic, and hobby stores license.
Inspection I $15.628.165 in taxable value of relief will be granted 178 parcels of land with crop-; On Thursday June 27, two 3 Styles IEA9 w L4.
for taxpayers who are 65 and
I property land capability but not being vehicles suffered damages of
: Station and includes over, blind, or totally
operating purposes used for
547 each when
purpose, $150 they collidedon French .ThbyRBaPROVINCIAL.
disabled l, widowed
the 1973 value of or They
parcels of timberland, 317 SR-16 (Brownlee Street) BEAU VAL. .
$2,789.50'\) in taxable value of will get an extra $5,000
t Open I improved pastures 99 parcelsof near the Cadillac Uniform dining room that ii as sunny as a summer
centrally assessed by a state exemption, giving them a grazing land 703: parcels of Building.The Italian garden but oh! It is so cherished and so
t board appointed by the total exemption of 10000. acreage zoned for purposes 1U68 Pontiac of Bernice styled for the wonderful world of you. Each /
Mon Thru Fri I governor of railroad There are some 9000{ parcels other than agricultural. Crawford piece I Is quality constructed by Bassett for en /l.
t pioperty New railroad valuesare of land in Bradford Jackson, 48, of Spanish during elegance In Tapewy Pecan finish on
85CLOSED I II up only 24000. Long says County The new exemption Starke was struck in the left engraved selected veneers and hardwoods Art a
side by the 1969 Plymouth of fully/ designed with many outstanding featuresgraceful
t far below the average increase granted I older and disabled > oO:' t
it aw 1xe> 'xtA' lir Barbara !McMillan Brown, 23, cabriole legs on the case pieces. ,
tt DAILY 11-12 of other county persons is expected to amountto of Starke. flowing, French curves bold authentic' style' ,
t I operty some $2 million off the 1974 SHOW YOUR CDlOHSJTTI1'1 / The Jackson vehicle had hardware lighted china hutches. truly the I s
Assessments in the county's tax roll. There are 577 home. J'l111, delightful combination that makes BEAU VALe
t CLOSED 12 NOON lour municipalities follow steads owned by such persons s ,.aY, ; I.l.liI: : L.ij'WJ ,m)y' just pulled out of a parking most outstanding value and the price is an
space onto Brownlee Street equal' delight!
SAT. valued at $2335: million.
pretty much the same pattern 1.646
t when the impact occurred.
us! that of the county. homesteads are classified as
S.R.21N.Keystone Stark-: Total assessments used primarily for agriculture Captain Harold Crews
; charged Brown with careless ,
lor 1974 are $32,457,352: up purposes. 203 homesteads on "i
t Hgts. from just over $14 million in the l')74\ roll is valued at less
The I II
I Chevrolet of ,
1973. A millage rollback from than $5.000 and will pay no b
--- -- -- Dorothy L. Bergman, 47, of
7.187 in 1973 to :33'M!! > mills is taxes under the $5,000 home- 'fl/I \ \
Portstown, Penn. was south- I .
I p bound on US301hen she I
struck the 1968 Oldsmobile
Station Wagon of Helen

00o Devard Rowe, 41, of Williston
at the intersection of SR-16
and US-301. Driver Rowe had

0 failed to yield the right-of-way J .,
in making a left turn off of US- 3.try
301 onto SR-16 to the oncoming
000 Bergman vehicle.

ro 01 Patrolman E.D. Phillips

estimated damages to the I -. '
Chevrolet at and .
$400 to the

o Only 12 Days Left To Register For o Oldsmobile Driver Howe at $500.was chargedwith try\ -h' CELLINI

failure to yield right-of- by XSa.ssett;

Guaranty FederalsGREAT way and violation of driver I
license restrictions.The With CELLINI this, favorite Italian styledininq,
I room by famous, Bassett both your food and
1967 Chevrolet of Sadie \\4 :- furniture will receive compliments In Tapestry
GOLF GIVEAWAY! DeSue was charged off as a Pecan finish' on Pecan engraved veneers and selected
total loss after it was struck in hardwoods with brass finished hardware
the left rear, Sunday June 30, E The architectural detail, are numerous with
about Sam. by the 1968 / : special attention on moulding that frame each
ft I 1 drawer and door plus accent the hardware
Cadillac of David Lewis
The china, hutches ale beautifully' designed and
Patten 46, of Jacksonville, proportioned and feature lighted ,intunursYour
1 /. whose vehicle sustained
damages of $1,200.
The DeSue vehicle had
caught fire earlier that nightat
rAr. .. about 11:30: p.m. and fire

damage was estimated at .
$J)0() I
!Mrs. Patten was released it !
/ 'I. from the Bradford County

Hospital after being treatedfor I
injuries sustained in the J
collision. / "
Fk- E Patrolman Julius Eunice fJ.l! -II "...
'a'Fa' investigated the accident.

DisclosureLaw Choice $54995Each

Suite Includes
Mild I- Lighted China Oval Extension Table
t ,
'. :Chairs Not 4 at shown

Clerk SaysClerk .. a Many Other
If you want to register for Guaranty Federal's "Great Golf Giveaway," you Selections Priced From

only have until July 12th.. so you'd better hurry! of the Court Gib 4 r | \\jfc '42100 to '1,295 .t'OI ""''O'\O'",Df
Brown the man to whom local j Ifr".
On July 15th, Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan will have the drawing for elected officials will report I a .*Good Housekeeping"';

one let of men's and ladies' First Flight woods and irons, bags too! Dozens of under Florida's new financial 't r,",, CUMNIIIS S'*-
., "
b bi
disclosure law can't under- Act
O""u D be
second place winners will receive MacGregor golf balls./ While you're registering, stand the reaction of some 1 I

be sure to ask for your free tees and ball markers.. a gift to you from Guaranty officials who are resigning i 3

Federal! comply.their posts rather than cove e

The "Great Golf Giveaway" ... it's part of the Guaranty Federal Invitational, "The law seems very mildto

the best game in town. Hurry ... only 12 days left! me" Brown said. "It does
not require the disclosure of j haven


LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU!' official's sources of income k by Ba.ssett
1NIIAtan, "",:.:..., w In. o.erdl A.wrw" and the percentage each COVE HAVEN lust created for
Gainesville, : 220 N. Main ititaMbMii, *. M JJSS tl 3501 C4 W.Umvmity ::: tltOO: IIM IMS IMHins requires the disclosure on Pecan engraved veneer. : HI".na Pecan fInISh
3300 S.W. Archer RojdSUrkt ...C odes,'< 11010 rrs.s IDS of any conflicts of wood component selected. hardwoods with Simulated.
395 .*>.C..tit : W. Madison, :: .,
c iMt lit W W /MOMGw .rchlteclural. I'm'' '" 1 with" dlSllncllve
Kt yitonf Heights' : Lawrence Blvd. and .. Brown said the necessary Iro.tmenll but economeal' Price. '
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not been
Sylvan W "y .IIH, .rlll...CrMicllf,' linn forms yet
received from Tallahassee,
but there is no hurry on the
Guaranty Federal ,5 :; 4o party of incumbent officials

and Loan Association a "" who have until May 1. 197$ to ?ea Denmark Furniture
Savings a
,.x 0 a ; file. The first ones to be affected Ie,11e434W Co. 0 Starke I

o INSURED + by the new law are aa '
w those who will qualify duringthe

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Tannachion-Sauls He I is To Wedding Lee-Jarvis PartyEntertained fT1te Jf .

the Department.The Lake. <64-fide PI W/

o event of I< The wedding party of Miss manly socialy trdito.r
Jarvis and Ricky Lee ,.
19, at 7 ----- ----
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5 United entertained at a buffet -
on June 20, given by '
Lake following City, and Mrs. Maurice A. Lee Visitor Honoredat Rehearsal Party For I
? the recreation hall of Bethel
Fellowship Dale Hicks Wedding
All friends Church. LuncheonsMrs. PartyMiss

q invited to The dining with tables white were linen Uebra Hicks and Greenville S. C':' Cheryl

with streamers of the Edna Hutchinson of fiance. Michael Dale, of Wil Cupella, St. Augustine; Mrs.
chosen colors and Lake City, who was houseguest mington. N. C. whose Robert Gray, Jr. and Judy
and white floral center of Mrs. W. B, Mundy marriage was an event of Gray Jacksonville; Ron
I Date Lake."W" The buffet table last week, was honored at a June It, were honored at a DeGarmo Tulsa, Olka.; and
+ out the same color luncheon Wednesday of last rehearsal dinner on Friday Mr. and Airs John Dykes of
week at the Holiday Inn given 1 June 7. in the reception room Keystone Heights maternal
Mr. and by Mrs. L. A. Canova, Mrs. ot the Hampton Baptist grandparents of the bride.
s Dicandio, Approximately the twenty-two occasion. Guy Sale and Mrs. Mundy. Church. Hosts on this occasion Also present were Mr. and
; ud nounce enjoyed The dining table,where John Dale.
Claude assisted long were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Otto Hicks, paternal
""", marriage of
the twenty guests were irk Approximately thirty grandparents of the bride.Birt11s .
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony B. Millie K. Miss serving.Jarvis and Mr. Lee seated, was centered with an friends and relatives enjoyedthe
L. (Ronnie)
Tannachion of Lake City their attendants arrangement of red roses. occasion with the honored
announce the engagement of and Mrs. other members of the The hostesses presentedMrs. z couple.
(their daughter, Tonia Jean, to Kingsley The party with mementos .Hutchinson with the book .M; The U-shaped table was Mr and Mrs. Thomas R.
"What The Bible Is All About"as and
Gerald Edward Sauls, son of event of the occasion. dl'coratedIth white Talley! of South Daytona
Mr and Mrs. Leon Souls, also in the a memento of the occasion. apricot colored spring announce the birth of a son onJune
of Lake City p.m.Starke, ---- flowers greenery and three- 2H at Halifax Hospital.
Miss Tannachion in the branch silver candelabraswith
was following Mrs. Mundy also gave a r Grandparents are Mr andAirs.
1)74!) graduating class of Fellowship \ BIRTHS luncheon on Thursday at her r.w.\. i lighted tapers'lace J. C Tye. Sr. of Lawtey,
Columbia High School where All friends home on Kingsley Lake for cards marked the seating and Mr and Mrs. Jim Talley,
she was a majorette and a invited to Mrs. Hutchinson. : arrangement.The Jr, of Staike::
member of the Tri-lli-4. She is The eight guests were honored couple
employed by Bishop Agencyof .and Mrs. Clarence Lang seated at a table which held a presented gilts to all attendants
Lake City. Maxville announce the birth and those assisting with SEE THE FAMOUS
of lilies.
centerpiece day
Misses a daughter, Jennifer Hope, .
Mr.Sauls is the grandson of qr the wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futch of Palmer. June 17 in St. Vincent's (lul-ot-town guests were !Mriind SEIKOWATCHES
Lawtey. He is a 1972 graduateof Sharon Grandparents are Mrs. John Dale of Wick-
Columbia l High School, anda Tallahassee Grace Lang of Maxville Ricky Crawford of Brooks '.J.JJ liffe, Ohio; George; Dale
member of the 153rd weekend at Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lee ville is visiting Mr. and Mrs.R. ........} ,:' Wilmington, N. C., Mr and AT
Engineers; National Guard. at Kingsley Starke. A. Crawford for two weeks. Mrs Gordon Parham.
Mentor, Ohio, Mrs. Beulah WOODBURN'SGEM
---- June Patricia Jarvis, Ricky M. Lee Sisson of Andrews N,, l' JEWELRY
maternal grandmother of the 109 E CALL ST
Exchange Vows In Bethel
BaptistMiss groom; Barbara Hooper

June Patricia Jarvis, tables ----------,-.- --------
The two punch were - -- -
Sensatlonalsavings daughter of S. B. Jarvis and covered with white linen r----------u-
Ricky Maurice Lee, son of Mr. cloths, and the punch bowls Prescott & Fowler
start tomorrow and Mrs. Maurice A. Lee, all were encircled with lorn. I
of Starke, were united in Assisting were Mrs. James ReunionJuly
fabulous selection of Family
on a marriage on June 22 at 8 p.m. Saunders Mrs. Gladys;

pantsuits, daytime dresses, in the Bethel Baptist Church Collins, Mrs. Delores IIorga'll.and ,
with Rev. James Saunders Airs Charles Baldree.
long & short dinner dresses performing the ceremony. Following a wedding trip lo -10:00: A.M.
Centering the altar was an St. Augustine the couple is
and glorious arch candelabra with burning residing on Griffis Loop.
tapers and pedestal arrange Starke. Dedan Baptist Church I IM
Yes I Great things I ments of pink gladioli, green The bride is n 1 117"! graduaicofBradtordllighSchcrol
carnations, blue mums and I and is t Brooker, Fla. I
Somethingforeveryhourand baby's breath. Garlands of employed at State Farm
white dogwood were also Insurance in Starke.
everywhere sale used. The groom is a 1 1072! : All Friends & Relatives Invited
Mrs Laura Chilson, graduate of Bradford High I j
for fraction of the
a cost I IEverything
organist, and the groom, School and is employed at Bring Covered Dish
Ricky Maurice Lee, soloist, Durrance Pump and Supply
----- ------------
presented a program of

9 nuptial Jimmy music.Saunders attended .,
'" .,
as best man and the ushers { /">f"-'I x'y s.J'
eila were Jerry Jarvis, brother of Sd

the brother bride of, the and groom.Robert Lee. From GENERAL ElECTHKI l

Airshose Marie Bryan /." : "
served as matron of honor. )
She wore a pastel} blue dotted
on our Swiss gown with empire

racks has been priced waistline, scoop neck, and
'. short puff sleeves. There wasa
so reasonably that we wide ruffle at the bottom of
the dress. White lace accentedthe HEAT and COOL
suggest you come early.It's neckline, waistline, and
just above the ruffle. She worea
bound to be the most blue picture hat accented Irrii.

exciting event in town I with satin ribbon and flowing
streamers. She carried a
white wicker basket with blue
miniature carnations, white
Sale Sf arke Fri July 5 eac nc lelefle. poms and froths of baby's YOUR HOMEELECTRICALLY

breath. The basket was accented
with a blue dotted
Swiss bow and ribbon puffs.Bridalattendantswere .
Janie Jarvis and !Miss Harriet
Faulkner. Their gowns were
IMPORTANT NOTICEDear identical to that of the matronof
honor except they were in
pastel shades of pink and
green. They wore picture hatsin
shades of pink and green
Tax Payer of Bradford County: and carried white wicker
baskets filled with bouquets of
compliance with Florida Statutes Chapter 73.1731House( Bill 1331)) and directive from pink and blue miniature car with oneCompact

the Florida Department of Revenue, we have reappraised ALL properties in Bradford froths nations of, baby's green breath.poms,Their and

County for 1974, at 1(100/0 of today's market value, present worth, present replacement cost baskets were accented with
(less depreciation).Remember sales indicate Value. Even though your property did not sell, dotted Swiss bows and ribbon
by comparing similar property which sold, we have been able to get a good estimate of puffs to match their gowns.
: present value. Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore an System.
original gown of silk orgun/.a
: This reappraisal was not a matter of choice, but a matter of following the law, which we feel by Alfred Angelo. The fitted
we have complied with. Failure on our part to comply with the law and directive, would bodice featured a high
mean the rejection of Bradford County's 1974 Tax Roll by the Revenue Department, which mandarin neckline and short *

: would result in No funds for the operation of the County. puffed sleeves. Organdy and GE WEATHERTRON i HEAT PUMP
of embroidery
ribbon formed the front panel, ,,.,,,,,,,N,::::;mm, -is
This has been a tremendous task, we honestly feel we have met every requirement chargedto and the full skirt flared into a ,
us by law. ALL values have gone up and your TAXES will go UP if the millage is not cathedral train. The bride's for Automatic Year 'RoundClimateControl 18\111\ i IIII
reduced. headpiece was a Camelot cap :=
of embroidered organdy from
which fell veil of Cools
Our position on complaints will be handled as follows: illusion. She a carried fingertip a bouquetof .IIIII i11;

cascading white roses,

baby's carnations breath, centered and miniature with a in the Summer without water! 111111&1&

1. If you can prove beyond any reasonable doubt that your property would not sell detachable corsage, accented ;
for what we have it assessed, we will review our figures. with white wedding lace and \
2. If we have made a mechanical error we will correct same. seed pearl hearts, tied with Heats in t the Winter without flame !

3. If we can not come to any reasonable conclusion, we will provide you with a com satin. streamers and love

plaint form to go before the Tax Board of Adjustment, which will meet July 25th knots.A reception was held in the The remarkable General Electric heat than It consumes In electrical energy

: at 9:00 A.M. in the County Commission Room,in the Court House. Bethel Baptist Church recep- Weathertron Heat Pump switches automatically I In summer it keeps" your Kent.

tion hall. Mrs. John L. from heating to cooling, to cool by extracting the heat frem Indoors

: We will not be stampeded into any situation where the results would be a massive change of the Bradley door,,Jr.and greeted Mrs. Margaret guests at suit the weather and the seasons, keep and transferring' It owtoM

: values. Remember, even though the Tax Board of Adjustments grants reduction, the Albert(Jacksonville kept the ing your home warm in winter and coolIn
; reduction will be reviewed by the Revenue Department and every change must be approved bride's book..Standing in the summer with an all-seaaon autoThe Weathertron Heat Pump uee no
receiving line were the bride magic thermostat. gas or oil-It's all/ eecfrcJust/ sot the
,: by them. and groom parents of the More efficient than ordinary electric thermostat for the temperatwfo you
and the bridal at
: In conclusion, we would suggest that you consider well the present value of your property groom tendants. Baskets of flowers resistance heating-In winter it exwantthe Weathertron Heat Pump will

and our value, before making any drastic move, a review could possibly change the value from the church were used in tracts heat from the outdoor air and do the rest.In providing year 'round
upward. the hall. transfers' it indoors giving back more comfort for your Mme
The bride's table was
covered with a white linen
Remember,our responsibility is value, not taxes. Your Tax Rate (Millage) is set by: Board of cloth bordered with lace and CALL TODAY FOR FREE ESTIMATE

County Commissioners,Board of Public Instruction and City Councils. centered with a three-tiered
wedding cake topped with a

': Anytime that we may be of service to you, please feel welcome to call on us. ,. ? The miniature cake bride was and flanked groom.by George Brown'sRefrigeration '

,1' ,". silver candelabra with bur
Very truly yours, *:*\. ning white tapers Mrs.
L Merritt H. Williams and Mrs.
: y n R. V. Durrance cut the cake.

:: Gene Long

j 226 Walnut St. Starke Fla.
GLvs Mrs. Nancy Gunter ,
:. returned Sunday after two
months visit'with her .
': P.S.Value change notices will be mailed about July 8th. daughter Mrs. Carol 964-7731
"i Heinicke and family in South .
.'.. Hadley, Mass.

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Page I TELEGRAPH July 4, 1911 _
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Parties Given For Miss HicksMiss Reception Given

per3onah .
Debra (Hicks, whose Mrs.Tracy Jones, Mrs. Roger For Mrs
9 marriage to Michael Dale was Jones, Mrs. William D. Mark's
Mr and !Mrs. Keith Gilling- an event of June 8, was Carter, and Mrs. Jack At St.
ham of Tampa Mrs W B. honored at two parties prior to Crawford. was
Mundj.. and Mr. and Mrs! Guy I t ti tiLJ1 her wedding.A Mrs. Edward Burns givenby
Sale of Starke attended the lovely lingerie showerwas honored at a reception of St.. +
funeral of Mr. Gillingham's given by roommates and the congregation
father. Dexter Gillingham. in ,. fellow students of Miss Hicksat :bJJoJ/ now Mark's Episcopal in the Parish
Jacksonville MondayMrs Z p l r Bob Jones University, Sunday morning ,
C and after the 10 a.m.
Greenville, S. C. Games of Hall
Miss Beulah Cooper presentedwith
Pauline Torode who refreshments were enjoyed by Cincinnati, Ohio is visiting Mrs. leather Burns bound copy of
underwent surgery in River the 15 guests present.On Mr. and Mrs. Charney the book a of Common Prayeras
side Hospital, is convalescingat Williams and Mr. and Mrs. farewell gift by the Rev
the home of Mr and Mrs. June 3 the brideelectwas Vernon Crosby for ten days. John a M. Flynn, rector and
honored at a bridal
Ed Torode.
Sanders, senior
shower given at the City Hall !Mr. and Mrs. Don Joiner of Judge Elzie of the parish.
George Kopelousos and Mr fh Hampton.A Greenwood S. C. spent the Mrs. Burns, an active and
and Mrs. John Kopelousos yellow and green color weekend with his sister, Mrs devoted member of fet. Mark
returned Sunday from two scheme was carried out in the L. D.
Vining. her new
Sue Ellen SmithTo ,moved to
weeks visit with relatives in .: party decorations. The refreshment for home 52 years in The Cathedral Town MengScogginsTo
Greece. table was !Mr. and Mrs. L. K. White-
Wed Mr. WilderOn j in Jackson-
House apartments Wed
decorated with greenery head and son, Ken, have August
ville on
Miss Marilyn Bolinger and \ which encircled the crystal moved from Crystal Lake to and a
26thSui of the parish
July ; bowl. The tables were Members Mr. and Mrs. Paul I. Mengof
Jim Baley of Asheville N. C. 1 TayA punch their new home on BrooklynLake. few close friends of Mrs.
covered with lace cloths with Hampton announce the
spent Friday to Wednesdaywith t tw invited to attendthe
Ellen Smith the Dr. and Mrs. II. G. spring green underlays. In the Burns were engagement and approaching
daughter of Mrs. Opal Smith '" center of the gift table was an !Mrs L. S. Williams reception. in marriage of their daughter.
ol Talkiluissco and the late Bollinger. ..:;4 .,1' arrangement of white flowers returned Tuesday after aweek's Mrs Herbert Thomas, Sallye Ann, to Randall Eugene
lack Smith herongiigcnieflt .,., ,, .... ,'t with white opening charge of the affair presidedat Scoggins, son of !Mr. and Mrs
announces Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Patrickof ".". 1..J ../;; : a parasol visit with her son and bowl which was
.-.. the punch
111"" I Clarence H. Scoggins of
to Ralph Wayne West Florida and Mr. and ; ..: \:, :J i IIIIIII above it.Games. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs encircled with daisies and ivy.
of Mr. and Mrs the Starke.
Wilder son Mrs W. A. Weldon of Bushnell were played by Roger Williams in Memphis,
Wilder of Tallahassee. The wedding will be an
Ralph the approximately 60 guests Tenn.
and families spending
Sue Ellen is a graduate of long weekend are with Mrs. Vicki Lynn Mosley Becomes Bride present during the party hours Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Nichols event of August 3 at 4 p.m. in
Bradford High School and the and prizes were awarded to recently in St. William's Catholic Churchin
College of Medical and Dental Gladys family on Weldon.the Fourth Joining of July the Of Billy L. McCormick, June 21 Mrs. Gerald Adkins, Miss Joy Mrs L. S. Williams, Jr.Conn.and spent Madrid five, Spain.days Mr. Nichols, a Keystone Heights with a
of Jacksonville. William children of Danbury, following at the
Assistants: Saxon, and Mrs reception
She is presently employed aslt.tdent are Mr. and Mrs Steve Miss Vicki Lynn Mosley, with a tiered wedding cake. Wise. will arrive Friday for severalweeks' member of the Liberty officein home of the bride's parents on
Weldon and family of Mac of and Mrs. Earl Juanita Parrish with Mrs. L. S. National Life Insurance
., Manager of an daughter Mr. cut the cake. The hostesses presented the visit attended an Hampton Lake.
,ixirl| merit complex in denny. Mosley of Maxville and Billy The punch table was honoree and her mother with Williams, Sr. Gainesville, of the com- Miss Meng and :Mr
McCormick, son of Mr. covered with a white net cloth annual meeting
Tallahassee. Lloyd corsages as a memento of the The Scoggins are both 15)74\)
Ralph Wilder is a graduate Mr.and Mrs. T.G. Hitch Jr. and Mrs C. A. McCormick of over yellow underlay and occasion. Hostesses for the Mrs Myrtle Anderson pany while in Madrid.honor graduates of Bradford High
ot Godby High School in of Jacksonville were last Macclenny were united in centered with a crystal punch shower were Mrs. George visited Mr. and Mrs. John five-day trip was held leaders to and School.All .
Tallahassee and is presently Wednesday and Thursday marriage on June 21 at 8 p.m.in bowl, presided over by Williams, Mrs. Edward Anderson in Callahan over the various district the friends and relatives arc
visitors of Mrs Carrie Hitch throughout
the First Glen Baptist Beverly Rhoden. weekend. top agents
attending Florida State. Saxon, Mrs. James Davis, invited to attend.
1'1\1\ l'rsity as a music major. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Brown Church. Glen St. Mary, with Polly Padgett kept thebride's company. .. .
and Mrs. Mary Wooten. -- --------
The wedding will take place Rev. Wilford McCormick book. -------------- ------ ,
the Branch performing the candlelight After a wedding trip to
I Krida.v. July 26 at
Street Church of God in Mrs.Josie Cumber and son, service. Daytona Beach the couple is I
Tallahassee. Tommy, of Lakewood, Ohio The altar was centered with residing in Maxville.Mr. Sawyr-SIacI
were last Tuesday to Thur- arrangements of gladioli and
o o.oMoao., sday guests of Mr. and Mrs. background .
mums against a
:Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Robbie Shatter. of palms and branched can- I IAmerica's

irii-n, of Macclenny were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gilling delabra. and Mrs. James Gas & Conditioning g II
weekend guests of Mr. and Presenting a program O'Brian returned last Fridayafter
ham and children of Tampaare
Mrs. Vernon Reddish at nuptial music were Henry two weeks vacation in I
Crosby Lake. spending this week with Wellhausen, pianist and Gail the Smoky Mountains, Wash-
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. Wellhausen, soloist. ington D. C. and Williams- No. 1 Air Conditioner

:Mr and Mrs. A. K. Thomas Herbert Harris served as burg Va. They also visitedMr.
Carl Torode underwent leg
nl Avon Park spent Wednesday best man and the ushers were and Mrs. Oliver Murrayin Carrier
last week in Shand'sTeaching
with Mrs. surgery Donald Mosley Jimmy Maker
to Monday Hospital. He is St. George, S. C.
and Fouraker.
\ergie Barksdale at Hampton Hartley Danny
expected home the latter partof
Rhonda Parrish served as
I akeW
this week honor attendant and Cherlyn Mr. and Mrs. Charles

B Stewart. Jr of Wilkinson, Joyce Fourakerand Sawyer and family of Jack-
Mrs. W. H. Thomson of sonville are spending the
Houston Texas is visiting his Barbara Godwin were
Monticello is visiting Mr. and summer at their cottage on
uncle and aunt. Col. and Mrs. bridesmaids. The attendantswere
Brian Hamilton and Mrs.
week. Mrs. attired alike in yellow Kingsley Lake.
I I A Scanlan. a John W. Griffin for two weeks.
knit gowns with empire waist-
line. They wore yellow illusion Mr. and Mrs. James Parker
veils and carried yellow and family have returned
r r r r
mums with matching from two weeks vacation in
streamers. Dothan Ala., Six Flags Over
Sundy McCormick Georgia Atlanta and Richmond -
WHAT IS A flower girl and Denny Va.

Thompson was ringbearer.Given .
in marriage by her Miss Lillian Stump is on a
V father the bride wore a gownof ten-day vacation attending the
T How do you define cheap in the contextof Chantilly lace in a rose staff reunion of the 24th
health? Sure, some supposedly alike drug: medallion design worn poisedover Evacuation Hospital in
products can be manufactured at a "cheaper" layers of starched net Mammoth Park, Ky. She will Gas Furnace & Air Conditioning 1 390
price but at what sacrifice to the quality of p and bridal taffeta. Her fitted also visit in Atlanta and Nashville $
the medicine? The question Is are you willing bodice was enhanced by a tiny Tenn.
Also Electric & Oil Furnaces Available
to the
to rely on your physician; select drug mandarin collar and Queen I
product he determines best for or do you PLUS NECESSARY
you Anne sleeves that tapered to Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Norman .ING
want some government regulatory agency vir- the weekend in Jackson-
calla her
lily points over
tually telling him what he must prescribe?
wrists. Her bouffant skirt was ville with Mr. and Mrs.! E. J. I

In our pharmacy we carry a great many edged in scallops and a wide Eggers. They also visited Centrally Located
0 drugs made by a great many companies. Some, ruflle that terminated in backin their daughter, Mrs. Eldon 24,000 80,000
of course, will be less expensive than others a cathedral length train. Sapp in St. Vincent's
but we will only stock products that are made She wore a headpiece of lace Hospital, and Mrs. Vesta 7 Outlets BTU
by a drug company in which we have confi and sequins, which was attached Myrick in Riverside Hospital. BTU Cooling

dence. 1 to layers of sheerest 1 Return Gas Furnace
illusion. She carried a lace
covered with
Bible topped a
when you need a delivery. We will deliver THEBRADFORDCOUNTY
p of carnations and
promptly without extra charge. A great many nosegay TELEGRAPH
for their health needs. We lilies-of-the valley.A Published
people rely on us every Thursday Or The
welcome requests for delivery service and charge reception was held in the at 138 W. Call Street

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WAS J ( PRICE SAVE ester and cot.

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1 inum. Sturdy and "" headrest. Steel frame. Strong 24 INCH SAVE S.09 stripes.durable. .

P.V.C. tubing. Colors.I SUPERIOR ND 30-40+ OIL ROUND GRILL Straight or

SAVE 29% Premium motor oil. 100% virgin Our Dl.count Pile Wo. O-CSI flare legs.
30 38.
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32 Fl. Oz. ((1 Quart) fold. Adjustable chrome
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34 QT.ICE CHEST 1 16" X 16", Heavy duty Ideal for patio, beach
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6 TELEGRAPH July 4, 1971Opportunities

Mary Elizabeth Feldpausch Weds Obituaries Eddie Wnsclin

I William E. Sheering In Kentucky FancherLewis Killed ByFalling

Lewis Elliott Mildred
Mr. and Mrs. James Arvin r/ngrrr R"im Tree

t Feldpausch of Owensboro, Elliott Jr., 16, was Mildred Fancher 53, of
Ky announce the marriage of struck by an automobile and Starke retired assistant
their Eddie Wasdm (6., ,III,|
daughter, Mary fatally injured Wednesday of Southern Discountof
manager Waldo, was killed
Elizabeth to William Earl l June 26, while his nistaniK
p riding died Wednesday
1i... J. '. Sheering, son of Mr. and Mrs, > bicycle home from work in June Starke 26, in, Bradford County his Monday home by north a falling of\\Valdo'Irw m" ,,",,
Dale Sheering of Starke Lake Worth. He was a student after an extended 'u'',
U.S. ::101.
Cr2 rR Father Boorman performedthe and a member of the Baptist. illness. to
nuptials on June 14 at 6 1 faith born in Weldon According t''pot'b.Ii',
p.m. in St. Alphonsus Catholic 1. Surviving/ are his parents, Ala She on was Jan. 9, 1921 and had Wiisdm the had (gone to lnxestigate
Church, Owensboro, Ky Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Elliott lived in Starke for many cutting\ uf| rune
trees being on
for Service: Sr.? of Lake Worth; two She was a member of propei-t\
Sunday Baptist Men's Highlighting the altar were brothers Richard Elliott, years.the Church adjoining| his. Ihinking the|\(
pale green glass vases holding Lake Worth and William J. Presbyterian operators.>I'e gelling\ \ \ aver| ,
Meeting and Breakfast, 7:30:: Surviving are her husband
his land. One
gold mums, and wedding Elliott, Ansonia, Conn. and on tree thai had(|
School ; of Starke
a.m.; Sunday 9:45: bells Peter Fancher, Jr., ; been cut had fallen
a.m. Morning Worship at 12 his grandmother, Mrs. Pearl one son Peter Fancher III, against another tree, and user< .

o'clock; Church Training, J Vickie Warren, soloist Griff Funeral of Lawtey. held Gainesville; and her mother Mr Wasdin approached ho I js
services were
6.15: Evening Worship at /::30p.m of Jacksonville.
presented the cut tree
a of scene dislodged
program at 3 pm. Saturday in Jones held (
nuptial music. Funeral services were and fell to the ground,
Memorial Chapel with Rev
Monday Girls Ensemble *k. at 11 a.m. Saturday in Jones him under it.
Practice, 6:30: p.m. : Youth Robin Griffis conducting. Memorial Chapel with Rev. Mr. Wasdin is survived
Campbell attended as Interment followed in b\\
Choir Practice 7 o'clock. Johnson conducting.
Erik T.
General iw. best man and Joseph Feld- N l Kingsley Lake Cemetery. Lake his wife Edna AlvarezWasdin
TuesdayMU in Crosby
pausch, brother of the bride Interment of Waldo; five
Meeting Covered Dish under direction of
was usher. Cemetery daughter Mrs.
Luncheon and Group 7t : I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Prevatt Miami, Mrs.Dorotln Erlene

Meetings at Mrs Leila Given in marriage by her Home. Dyson, Waldo; Mrs
Mundy's Lake Place, 10:30i : r lather/ the bride wore white The bride graduated( from A-IC Mary Bridgers Hall Lake City; !Mrs.Shirley Arvid
i m Children's Music Ac- knit long gown with lace high school in Ku'ii.sbnro( } Ky. On Duty In Texas PrevattGary Carr Gainesville, andII"!
ti\ IIn5 2:00:( p.m. !sleeves and long lace train. and is a im-mber of (the St. WICHITA FALLS Tex) Gary Greta Shaw, Jacksonvilletwo
Wednesday Family Night r Her headpiece was bridal Alphonsus ('...thnlic Church. Airman First Class Mary L. Thomas
Supper, 6 o'clock; Hour of illusion and she carried a The groom. w ill leave July 3 Bridgers, daughter of Mr. and Joseph Prevatt, 19, of Cocoa sons Beach, and Wasdm
Power Quarterly Business bouquet( of yellow roses and for Gt.'I'manyith. the U. S. Mrs Dennis W. Griffis of Rt Starke, died in a Gainesville Gainesville,JemWasdm. ;,
Meeting\ 6:30: p.m., Trustees Uibv's breath.I Army. I, Starke, has arrived for dutyat hospital Sunday as the resultof two
sisters Mrs. Estelle .
Meeting 7:30: p.m.; Teachersand I I)imna Wayne, cousin of the Sheppard AFB, Tex. injuries received in an Gunter.
(Ulficers Meeting, 7:15:: bride was maid of honor, and alrulroNoiolro o aMt Airman Bridgers a communications automobile accident.He Waldo, and Mrs EveI: 'l\n
p.m Church Choir Practice 8 Debra Knsiiia! Foldpausch. sister ofIhl' specialist was born in Gainesvilleon Brown. Trenton; 15 /grandchildren
Anne Hicks
o'clock. Becomes Bride Of bride, was bridesmaids ;/J YoJftDW assigned to a unit of the Air April 13, 1955, and was and five /gu-.u

Thursday Visitation, 9:30: Michael Steven Dale In Both attendants wore pale ,Force CommunicationsService employed with the City of grandchildren.Funeral serv
a.m.. Visitation 7 o'clock. HamptonMiss green crepe dresses in a i Cindy Dow ling, daughter of previously served at Gainesville. l'es'I'l' sol
green yellow and rose pat. and Richards-Gebaur AFB Mo. Surviving are his parents for 3 p.m Wednesday: in (Ih,'
of !Mr. !Mrs. James Dowlingof
Debra Anne Hicks, quiana( .Il't'seleatlll'mg a First Church of ,
Ben P. Pastor lern They wore white hats, The airman Mr and Mrs. Emory Prevatt, Baptist W.lhlo|(|(
Bryant daughter of11': and Mrs princess.seamed skirl U i slight Jacksonville celebrated her a 19(>9 graduate with Kev Ivan <'Il'I1Il'II1-.
Charles Randolph (Hicks of empire waistline and a high with green streamers and first birthday Monday at the of liradlord High School, Sr.; two brothers, Emory conducting, followed bv
carried baskets of yellow and attend) Santa Fe Junior Prevatt, Jr.. and J. Walter interment
Waldo and :Michael Steven rounding neckline The bodicewas home of !Mr. and Mrs William the
in Santa ,
white daisies and baby'sbreath. 1 Cdlk'Hc/( I Her husband Ken- Prevatt, all of Starke; and his |Fl'
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Dale, son of Mr undIrs.: accented with small Oster in Starke. Guests included '
::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: j Mr. and Mrs C'emetery near ll.inipton uiih
; John Walter )Dale of \icklilfe, covered buttons and' had long Mr. and !Mrs Ross nrlh. is ihe son of Mr. and grandparents, Do\Vilt ('. Jones J 1-11I11'1..1.
Patricia Feldpausch sister and Bill of Starke Mis: Kenneth H. Bridgers of J.G. Adkins, of Hampton.
l sleeves Lyons Duby
Ctrl Of( Thanks Ohio, were united in marriage gathered to culls Home in charge
ol the bride was flower girl 11:1:!) Louise St., Funeral services were held
on Saturday, June 8, at i:30: Their headpieces were and !Mr and Mrs Thomas Bridge City,
1 :::::::::::::: :::::::::::::;:*:::::::;::::::::::::::r p.m. in the Hampton Baptist matching wide brim hats in and Shelby Stroble cousin of Duby and daughter Wendy of 'I i-N. at 10 a.m. Tues.'ay in Jones
Church. Hev Melvin Hamel apricot straw and they carried the bride was ring-bearer Raiford. Memorial Chapel with J.C. qo a FOOT
THANK YOU NOTE officiated at the nosegays of multi-colored A reception was held in St. Brown and James Starling, !ft lLJl17 E
.. ,
Alphonsus Catholic School ministers conducting. Interment Nl SUNSNIN' t 4" "
The family of the late Joan M. the altar were spring Mowers consisting ofbaby's 2iiflJ0..Mow ,
Crowley wishes to thank their two French bouquets of white breath, mums, daisies, which was decorated in a pale Eighty-eight friends and was in Prevatt ANDREW JACKSON RECEIVED
many friends, neighbors and English stock, white mums, carnations, and ivy. green and white color motif. relatives attended the annual Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hyler Cemetery under direction of THE TEQ/zITORY 0"
customers for every act of white pompoms and baby's A reception! was held in the The bride's table was family reunion of the C. E and family of Red Oak la. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral F4OM SPANISH"
kindness and concern shown to breath against a backgroundof church annex with the bride's covered with a white lace Braddock family Sunday at were guests the past two Home. AuTHOaaricSJut.Y ,
during our bereavement. May branched candelabra with chosen color scheme used cloth with yellow ribbon the L. K. Whitehead home on weeks of Mrs. Alicia Steffa 176.21 ,
God bless each of you. burning tapers and ferns The throughout with white and streamers at the four corners. Crystal Lake. They visited points of interestin /
decorated apricot llower Centering the table was the Florida while here. :\I.'nlalllt'alth '.
pews were with arrangements I 'nll'I'
Mr and Mrs. Francis T. apricot pompoms and greens . Crowley with tapered tails of satin The bride's table was were punch bowls. :Mary Miami and Mrs. John Reeves Mr. and !Mrs. Edward The Bradford I'uilllty 'I: ..!.'<::, '.. 'f
ribbon. A single tall lighted centered with a three-tiered Theresa Schlomer cut the ot Orlando spent the past week Pfiester and family were in Community :Menial Health .... h r r f) ') :. -. J' ,
taper in each of the seven wedding cake decorated with with i Mrs. J, E, Wilson. They Fort Lauderdale over the ('('nll'I' will IK' closed July 4. 1. \ -I" .
amber-colored glass panels of delicate apricot-colored roses Following a wedding trip to. all attended the wedding and weekend visiting his parents An'lllll'Ith a nll'illiliIwurth a Lj :
the church cast a. soft glow and topped with a miniature Lookout Mountain in Tennessee reception of Mrs Janet Mr and !Mrs. George Pfiester, emergentcan leach
over the wedding arrangement/ / of the bride's the couple is residingon Johnson in Gainesville while George Pfiester underwent us bs dialing !U JIi-1-I\II2.( \;!> JACKSON WAS MH.ITAK1 con

:Miss Judy Gray of Jacksonville Ixmqucl At each end of the West !Market Road, Starke. Saturday afternoon. surgery l MANGER..... ."...Of.,.,THC. rLeRroRy

organist, and Hev and t..bleI're. arrangements of
:Mrs J. :Mark Brown, soloists, white !!stock mums and baby's
presented a program of breath. Cutting and servingthe
nuptial music. cakeere Mrs Joe Oliver Gigantic4thJuly: FIRECRACKER SALE
George Dale of Wilmington and Mrs. Edward Saxon.
1i... ? I N. C. attended his brother as The silver punch bowl was
rll'lCQ best man. Ushers were Hon encircled with greenery and atC
DeGarmo Tulsa, Okla., Hanked on either side by
.cQ Lauren Chase, Mt Prospect, three-branch silver candelabras -
111, Gordon Parham, Mentor, with burning tapers. .
:" 7e
Are you tired of hearing Ohio and Handy (Hicks, Presiding at the punch table ? C ate4 6aite'
about Watergate? Come brother of the bride. were Mrs. George Williams &

hear about the Pearly The bride given in and Mrs. Herman Boners C? i> -. ,
Gatel! At the First Baptist marriage by her father, wore Others assisting were Mrs <
Church of Starke where a slight empire style formal Jack Crawford, Mrs Howard BRADFORDSQUARER
you will always find a gown of white quiana jersey Moore, and Miss Betty Jean
warm welcome. Where the and imported chantilace with Hi ley. J
Bible is preached in simplicity tiny seed pearls. The gown Greeting; guests at the door
Come worship with featured a high neckline with was Mrs. Robert Gray Jr. of 2 PC.
the friendly people of First lace trim, small covered Jacksonville. Standing in the o I Body
Baptist in a service buttons down the bodice front receiving line were the bride

designed to help you enjoy long sleeves gathered to cuffs, and groom, their parents and Fall Merchandise Is On Order & Soon i Pant
the abundant life in Christ. and a gently flared skirt ending attendants Miss Joy Saxon t Suits *

in a short train.A kept the bride's book and Miss to be Delivered, So we Must .i Shirts I
Sunday School floor length veil edged in Denise Rah me handed out By I
9:45 a.m. corresponding lace fell froman miniature scrolls featuring a "
Morning Worship open-crown camelotstylecap list of those participating in Make Room... ( zl Chapter Two ,
1l:00a.m. leaturing layers of nylon the wedding and a message i"I Solids Print

Church Training tulle. She carried a cascade from the groom. I 100% Polyester | Knits & Polyesters
6:15p.m. bouquet of white miniature Following a wedding trip to
Evening Worship carnations, ivy and three points of South Florida the This SALE Runs The Entire Month of Short Sleeves |
7:30p.m. apricot cymbidium orchids couple is residing in Wilmington -
with stephanotis and dried N. C. Cool Spring & S 1
Plans are underway now star flowers. The* bride is a graduate of July, So Come In & Save On These Summer !/3

for our Vacation Bible Miss Gail Saxon attended Gainesville High School, and Colors
School to be held August 5.9 the bride as maid of honor. graduated last month from Great Buys.
for youth ages 3-14 years. Other attendants were Miss Bob Jones University in Reg. 31/ 788Now 2800

Cheryl Capella, cousin of the Greenville, S. C. where she V
"The Church With a Heart, bride, of St Augustine; Miss received her B, S. degree in Off
In the Heart of Starke" Barbara Hooper of Green- home economics.. She will be /
ville, S. C.; Mrs. Gordon teaching in a Christian school :. '

Call Parham of Mentor, Ohio; and beginning next fall.
Fur Free Transportation Miss Laurie Hicks, sister of The groom graduated from /y $1099$1 599
the bride. \\ukcliffe High School in Ohio

Bon P. Bryant Pattor The maid of honor and attendants and also graduated in May Entire Stock Ol( Spring + o

William O.g..Min.of Music wore identical Irom Bob Jones University
apricot colored formal gowns where. he received. a certificate & $17"1
irom me Institute of i & Summer MissyDresses .

CASH & CARRY TIREiNC.' serving Christian as Service.District He Managerof is now

the Travelers Motor Club
Half SizeDresses
41.: t ,- > oho iSO'' for the Wilmington area. a

'I$ Bikinis
p'Jo..l ,
Local admittances to Short Sleeves The Twins

SERVICEAll Bradford County Hospital this
week include: !Mrs. Fredia & Sleeveless Pants Suits i & Sun'n '
Bass, Brooker; Anthony
[ !/ Tire Prices Including Harris Mrs. Barbara Thomas i
and Mrs Mary Johnson Sizes 10-20 Sizes
All P
Mounting BalancingINTERSTATE Starke: Mrs.: Nettie Mann and e
4' Elijah Erwin, Lake Butler; 515t
:Mrs Sidney Martin Henry $499 ru
Barrett Mrs. Nancy Starling '
Robert Sutton and James jo', Reg.tf .
78- 4 PLY Norman,
l.awtey; Gail Foster
Jensen, Melrose; !Mrs Bertha 500 12400 With The Ili /
POLYESTERCASH Weil and Mrs. Alice Merri- Coordinates Are Cool
ether.. Keystone Heights. i Best Sun

In Fashions In Queen
Mr and Mrs. Frank -I'. $<
A78x 1 13 41:0, $6800 Sr. of Dundee N. Y.Davis have, '1 Now Yet TOCome
Casuals Suburban
Country ,
purchased Mrs.
E78x 14 4 For $8000 Burns' home on W. Madison Edward
/ 4
4 For Street. Mrs Burns has movedto $ 9 9 $ 9 9 Gay Gibson & Devon
F78x 14 $8700 The Cathedral Town House / 9 1 5

G78x14 apartments in Jacksonville. Sleeveless Tops, Save

agar $9200
G78x 15 Mrs Marvin Brown and / F S.S. Blouses y yi5.c3aloarnlea
children Jennifer and
H78x14H78x15 Jason, gave a surprise bir / 30 % t
4. For $98" thday dinner Sunday night for ....-) ( 31ac SS Shirt Jackets Slacks

Mr. Brown at the General
Gaines Steak House in Blazers & Shorts
FET From '17' To f2r'Boook Gainesville. The 16 attending Save Save Save
included members of the t' On Entire Stock r'i' d

Financing family.
AmeriCwdl'.y { Also AvaIlable Reduced as Much as 40 % Of Swim SuitsPage r

AND CARRY TIRE INC. Mrs. Lex Green and Mr. and ,-
Mrs. K. A. Green, Jr. and

_4JJ2' E. Call St. Starke family of Gainesville spent I

last Beach.week in West Palm Plus Many More Dollar Savings Items -.


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July 4, 1 1971 TEI :(;Uu"1I I'age"

'Our Country Day' Sewer Project Begins MondayCity Robert Marshburn Victim of I

Clerk Merrill Edwards Parramore ot the General
said that work is expected to Utilities Corp.,,of Tallahassee.The Robbers In Miami
begin July 8 on the Reno and Holdup
Celebration Set In KHTomorrow Dalewood sewer projects.The city Commission ...

date was awarded the low-bid contractto .Robert Wayne Marshburn upon investigating mother. Mrs. Marshburn. olKeystone.
beginning General Utilities in the 17, grandson of Mrs. Cora discovered) the young man'sIxdy He is the nephew ol
marks the fifth 7:30: p.m., Karen Crosier, a These fire works are shot announced following a Marshburn of face down, Mrs. Mona! of Starke
amount of Keystone lying uncovered -
$238,138 at a special Ccinoya
middle of Lake
and from the of engineer Craig
annual July 4th celebration in resident of Lake Brooklyn meeting city
killed in Miami in the (
meeting on Heights was wooded) area. Funeral services will bo
May 28.
Ken resident of Lake Geneva and are visible from Batterson and George A.
Keystone Heights with an old Carey a
last Friday night by a group of Marshburn was the son of held' at 2 p.m. Wednesday.July .
fashioned Geneva, will water ski the shores all over Lake
fish fry sounds of give a
blacks in the ,
process of the late Edward Marshburn :3 in Jones Memorial
good country music,water ski exhibition. Karen's exhibitionwill \ieDCVII., robbing a service station formerly of Starke, and is Chapel Keystone Heights
exhibitions, a BoatARamaand be a trick exhibition New The Business Scene where the young man was survived by his mother, Mrs. with Rev Lawrence Carroll
a grand finale of fire performed on one ski and on employed.A Pearl Marshburn; one conducting. Interment will
works scheduled for the day's Carey will be performing with 1974 honor graduate of a brother, Edward, Jr.; four lollow in IX-kle Cemetery.Lake .
events. his high flying kite. Miami high school, Mar- sisters Anita Debra Bar Butler under directionof
Michael Redfearn com During this time Boat-A- shburn had worked part timeat bara and Susan Marshburn )DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
mander of this year's extravaganza Rama enthusiasts will be the station while attending all of Miami and his grand- I Home.
which brings lining up for their procession school and was put on a full
thousands to t the shores of time basis during the
before the beach in their sum
Lake Geneva,stated last week decorated boats. The theme of mer, before entering college 1\Ientuilleulth Negotiations Meeting Set I IThis
that plans for the "Our this year's boat parade is next fall.
Country Day" have been "Lest We Forget." Boats will He was alone at the station Joint Committee of the meeting is open to all
finalized. Redfearn also expressed be judged by Evelyn Long, last Friday night when the Bradford-Union Guidance Citizen's, Advisory Groups: and
his appreciation to the reporter for the Florida Times men entered and demanded Clinic Board will meet with the general public.In .
various clubs, businesses in Union and Col. Howard Dunn keys to a small safe in the the District (Five Mental
the community and private commanding officer of office.[ Marshburn told them Health Board Tuesday July 9,
citizens who through Marine Air Training Support he did not have the keys, at 7 p.m.. at the Mental Health
donations both physical and Group at the Naval Air Stationin whereupon the men bound and Clinic,717 S.W. 4th Avenue in
monetary, help make these Jacksonville.At gagged him and placed him in Gainesville.This .
Independance Day festivities the conclusion of the the trunk of Marshburn's car joint committee has
possible.The awards for the winning parked at the station. They been called in order for the some parts of India, gin-
Keystone Heights decorated boats Boy Scout then took about $200 from the two Boards to negotiate leaves are smoked by
Rotary Club will begin serving Troop 105 will present a cash register and drove the together) t seng asthmatics.vwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwv.
fish dinners and a limited pageant on the history of the 4 car to a wooded area south of
number of ham dinners at the Miami, where ,
American Flag.A they severelybeat ''-------------------------
Keystone Beach at 5 p.m. fantastic display of fire Cf s e'is r; Marshburn and then shot wwm
During this time, music will works presented by the him through the heart. De ittCJonesFuneral
be provided by DavidBurkhalter's Keystone Heights[ Volunteer The robbery was not
Country Gold (Fire department at approximately discovered until some young
Band. 9:15: p.m. will friends: of Marshburn's cameto Home
Scheduled from 7 p.m. to conclude the day's activities. the station where they had
planned to ride home with him
in his car. and discovered) the STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL
station wide open and no one
PAUL'SDriveIn there.They notified police anda HOSPITAL 6EDS.WALKERS.WHEEL CHAIRS
wide search continued in the ft CRUTCHES
1iCarl Miami area until Marshburn's c
Cleaners body was accidentally KEYSTONE; HEIGHTS
Johns (left) and Robert Kitchens confer with decorator: Ann Brown at Carlwood Interiors discovered by a man walking 1 PHONE 473-3176
,one of Starke's newest businesses which recently held its grand opening in its attrac in the woods late Saturday. He
418 W. Call St. Starke' \Villiamsburg-type colonial: building on North Temple Avenue. saw the abandoned car and

HeaBMia ta a tK>uarex. &>aKK>aracrntac:, o c ntac'aaecwaamloc) lDCa>lacxallttc>*IKQC( II! )a1t14)arcatac XAX)alRC>alcanlacaaDC:

Buss Tourney !

Set July 6

The Bradford Bassmastersheld i I dionusBuy FOOD Ev rvDlayLo Pr N cea"s i

their June tournament, r v
June 29, as Bassmasters "
gathered at Dunns Creek a r AGARS FROZEN III.
few yards from St. Johns .." Lo r_ FAIR :J\ .
River, according to Neil ., r )0 ...aD I
Crawford.The .",; I I
Bassmasters try their ill
skills to prove they could out SUPERMARKETS -
smart Bucket Head Hawg STARKE'S I
Logan, better known to the 320 SOUTH TURKEYS
Men Or American Public as Black HAMS 3-LB S 289 WALNUT ST.
3 Bass or Large Mouth Bass. CAN JULV
Will Be OPEN 4th
After the fish were weighed
Ladies Neil Crawford was the winnerof BONELESS CI..t.OOPM: .
a 9 lb. "Hawg." Overall the 5 LB $479 17 LBS 39
HAMS waan pleased ft)JCCMt
fishing was off, weather was CAN
SlacksOR fine, little hot, but nice. U.1D.L FOOD SUMPCOUPONS UP i
Bill Tilley is sporting a new.
rig.Terry Bass Tourney I witha _
ANY COMBINATION 115 horse mercury watch _
out hawgs. Also Wilbur EveryDayLowPrice T EvcryDayLowPrice T EyeryDayLowPrke BpnusBuy I
Waters has a new motor says
$ 95 Dr. Denmark and his wife
Cleaned For Europe, and they said they
Except really had a nice trip. The Doc STEAKS I
White and his wife talked into goingby
boat until she found out he
was speaking of his bass boat, I WHOLE
Good Thru 10th
July good try Doc. II 2 PER _
Wilbur Waters and his wife _Ls cito llt U.T.CHOICE BAG EACH
have just returned also from a I
cruise in the Islands and they _
Alteration said they had a wonderful trip. I EveryDayLowPrkc EvcryDaylowPrkc Every DaylowPrkc EvcryDayLowPriccII'ILAOI ErerYD5YLowPrke BonuiBuySWIIT Bonu=Buy
Expert July 6 will be the date of the CHUCK Naa a tal 4UICV tWIlr CAU'OaNIA
July tournament. Everyone is GROUND BEEF RIB CHUCKROAST CHUCKPOT CaliforniaNECTARINES Santa Rosa
to meet at County Landing BEEF STEAKS ROAST ROAST PLUMS1W372 1
Lake Geneva at 4 p.m.
Tournament will start at 5 aers 99 88. 1iitII'$129;; u $ 18 t

p.m. sharp. Fish from 5 p.m. co a ( I I Il.o.yf.owtIrIce
Convenient till 12 midnight. Looking i
forward to seeing you there. ImryDcylowMw C nytoyCowPric EmryteytoiMMMuitk ionurtuyir
P.S. Does anybody know the tTRINOTM NISTIA tfTnilB I MTTK CMOCKII* JUICV i
Window where abouts of Julian
Drive In
feed Tea J'W.W'U-i
McRae? I

.: 99c I

T H 11 I COMPARE! o P.:,.,,: :' ':.;' .COMPARE' .:.,.cr": ':';' ;COMPARE! ";';:".'. :' :' .

..N. ".. 6. I Ribs i'a: p'.. 19' 100. Cheese .
>r Oleo Quarters .: 39' Spare : Spread :: :,: 99 30.

Cream Cheese 1'" P'. 39.i Smoked H am.lOW I..N'::::'O"U":::.. II 58' 10. i Perch Fillets I t ..OION''''. ",'UN.,. 69 c '0.

a Low Cal Yogurt ": "'::." 23' 6. : Chipped Meats ",N r'" 4Sc 6. : Fried Fish Sticks .O;."IN::r 5p9 30. I
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Cottage Cheese :.:'c'u .' 59.I Cornish Hens II.u.ouO., '.0"010"-,. 69 e 10. I Cooked Fillets I t ;;;;a0,;M.. II 89 C 10.

t} Sour Cream :;; :. 4ge 61. Baking Hens .:o {: :o"IS IS49c 101.; Fish Portions ".;.::: r 99c 30.

Daisy Cheese ..NO","NI' ,,,NI s109 10. : Turkey .: ::,, :. o'M 39 10. I Orange Juice o O 4P1I / 16. .

Fish Sale. .

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week we discussed \
tomatoes and how to can ,
them and gave a recipe for
tomato catsup. This week I
wanted to include a recipe for
Chili Sauce and one for Un- '
cooked Fresh Tomato Relish. 'WItiF
With so many beautiful
tomatoes on the market and in
your gardens I know you are
looking for ways to use them
now and to preserve some for
delicious eating this Winter.We .
have a new bulletin eE EF PEO'ALL
available on Tomatoes which
includes information on how
to select and use tomatoes, WINN-D1XIES
and some new recipes. These
are available free, upon

request.We have. been without WILL BE OPEN

freezing bulletins for some
time now and I'm happy to say 4th 'TIL 6 P.M.
that we finally have a new one PRICES GOOD THURS., JULY 4 JULY
in stock in our office. Please :
call me ((964-6554)), write to me : THRU WED., JULY 10
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by my office at the USDA CHOICE WeD BRAND
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product frequently) one that
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sure to double each ingredient SAVE 25C
rather than trying to SAVE 41C
remember to double each one I
as you work from the original THRIFTY MAID ASTOR FRUIT !
Just a few minutes spent
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save effort you and a perhaps lot of time wasted and PEACHES r.

food later on.CHILI. ,

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before tomatoes measuring(peel),and twothirdscup core $ d// i,

chopped white onions, l'/a; 'I'llt 1 t,
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teaspoon of red pepper may be COPYRIGHT 1974 U. S. NO.1
used instead of the tabasco TYSON

3 cups fresh diced tomatoes, POT PIES I
1 tablespoon lemon juice I12 BREAD POTATOES
teaspoon salt 11 cup chopped
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two times during July to pay ;. 8 .....
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lines of the world with his breadloaf under his arm. You can-
run in veins,because
my I offered County CourtA
to the freedom see Betsy Ross with her needle. You can
oppressed. 1 am many things, and see the lights of Christmas, and hear the
many people. I am the nation. strains of "Auld Lang Syne" as the total of 118 cases were
calendar turns. processed in Bradford County
1 am 208 million living souls-and the Traffic Court Wednesday,
ghost of millions who have lived and died I am Babe Ruth and the World Series. I June 26, before County Judge
for me. am 130,000 schools and colleges, and! Elzie Sanders,with 70 chargesfor
320,000 churches where my people worship unlawful speed making up
God as they think best. I am a ballot the bulk of the day's court
dropped in a box, the roar of a crowd in a calendar.
1 I! stadium and the voice of a choir in a Entering pleas of guilty to
cathedral. I am an editorial in a unlawful speed, Judge San-

newspaper and a letter to a Congressman. defendants ders sentenced: the following OPEN JULY 4TH III

I am Eli Whitney and Stephen Foster, I Catherine Webb Allen, $36; lOAM TO 7PMCOKE ?
1 am Nathan Hale and Paul Revere. I am Tom Edison, Albert Einstein and Billy Ruby D. Corbin, $26; Francis
stood at Lexington and fired the shot heard Graham. I am Horace Greeley, Will Gerad Wells, $26; Russell
around the world. I am Washington, Rogers and the Wright brothers. I am Mack Lewandowski, $36.
Jefferson and Patrick: Henry. I am John George Washington Carver Daniel Marilyn Celeste Henderson
Paul Jones, the Green Mountain Boys and Webster and Jonas Salk. $36; Virgil Wallace Bowling,
Davy !Crockett.== I am Lee and Grant and $36; Margaret Kay G r 1
Abe Lincoln I am Longfellow, Harriet Beecher Bellflower, $36; Edward
Stowe, Walt Whitman and Thomas Paine.Yes Green, $36.Arnold .

I remember the Alamo, the Maine and E. Mosley, $36;
Pearl Harbor. When freedom I am the nation are the Craig Allen Crenshaw, $36; TABOR I
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answered and stayed until it things'that I am. I e in Robert Henry Bowen, $36; ,
over there I left my heroic I was dead over in, freedom and God willing, in freedom I will Leland Sidney Pearce, $36. SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SAT.

Flanders Fields: ,on the rock of Corregidor, spend the rest of my days. Andrew Alphonso Byers, OPEN DAILY 9 TO 9 SUNDAY 10 TO 7 1 SPRITE
$36; Paul Bowen Parsons, $36
on the bleak slopes of Korea and in the ; III
steaming Jungle of Vietnam. May I possess always the integrity the James Anthony Johnson, $36; [3GJOPOG O Q Q
courage and the strength to keep myself Albert Irvin Sims, $46.
I am the Brooklyn Bridge the wheat unshackled, to remain a citadel of freedom Donald Raley Bower, $56; ,
and beacon of to the world. Jerry Lorenzo Cummings 1
lands of Kansas and the granite hills of a hope
$36 Quinton Jerome
Vermont. I am the coal fields of the ; Bellamy,
Virginias and Pennsylvania, the fertile $36; Samuel Mason Day, III, POCKET INSTAMATiC
lands of the West, the Golden Gate and the $36; Rosa Lawana Edwards, IIMH2SIXPAKS
Grand Canyon. I am Independence Hall, $36.Seven defendants KODAK 10 CAMERA
the Monitor and the Merrimac.I were
fined for having no valid Cmpl. .it hit in-
Drivers license: eI....... 110 color 99 ; Hi
am big. I sprawl from the Atlantic to James Russell Starling, $36; film, X Cub. and 18
the Pacific..my arms reach out to em- ttnrftr with I
brace Alaska and Hawaii..3 million Simuel L. Garner, $36; Wayne ........ Reg. 22"GALAXYOSCILLATING
Scott $26
Rainey ; Quinton
square miles throbbing with industry. I '
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P .Ii Eric Donald White, $36
field mountain and desert. I am quiet '. ; PRINGLE'S
Michael J. Powers $36 and
and cities
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Clyde Johns, $15 court costs. POTATO
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Sentences ................................-.,...................................... the court. They were: Charles
Williams Ruby D. Corbin, QUALITY 8 8 ,., NIW MRf ten*SHAPED E
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drew a prison sentence of 5 Wright, 42, charged with was committed to the custodyof Arnold E. Mosley and William GRILLS. REG 3299 "3151 >

,. years on two counts of forgery breaking and entering and the Director of the Divisionof Arlen Gay, Jr. _ _ _ _ _ _ T'l'
and uttering a forgery. grand larceny; Julius Lynn Mental Health for assign- Five defendants were fined '
, Another case against Terry McKenzie, 19, of Starke, ment to a proper hospital for for failure to appear on a TRANSISTOR
for braking and entering and charged with breaking and treatment.The previous summons. They RIVIERA 7 S I
grand larceny was dismissedby entering and grand larcenyand were: Catherine Webb Allen, RADIO PHONO ZT 4 III
the court. Roosevelt Reed 27, case of Donald Dennis $50; Samuel Mason Day, III, r '
L Odis Edward Browning Jr., three counts $100 Eric Donald White $100 KP747 AM RADIO WITH ;
charged on : ; ; MODEL -
Barnes, 34,of Starke charged
21, of Starke was given a pro- breaking and entering, grand with grand larceny was dismissed Rosa Lawana Edwards, $100; MULTI SPEED PHONOGRAPH //IV l1/lluh'Ig'/,// 'I'
bationary sentence of 2 years larceny and carrying a concealed by the court. Wayne Scott Rainey $100, DESIGNED FOR HOME 6 OUTSIDE r II
, on charges of breaking and weapon. with sentence being
I entering.In Mark George Widmer, 22, of suspended.In REG. 1 tf99
the arraignment portionof Delray Beach, charged with The state was representedby non-jury trials disposedof 24.95 FAMILY SIZI
the day's calendar three de- unlawful possession of a con- Assistant State Attorney Wednesday: FOR CAMPING
fendants entered pleas of not trolled substance and Ken Hebert and the defendants Leon Junior Galpin TRAVEL OR PICNICS II i
guilty and their cases were possession of narcotic para- by Special Assistant charged with improper MOLDED LINEAR POLYURETHANE
scheduled for trial in Sep- phernalia was adjudged incompetent Public Defender Steven Bernstein change of lane or course, was HALF GALLON
tember. They were: Richard to stand trial. He adjudged guilty and fined $26. 15 ICE CHEST II
Raiford Tetstone was ad- qt.

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speed and fined $36. REG. '
John Alexander Hawkins, 7.66 88 BOTTLES
changed his plea to guilty on a
i charge of having no valid 'II
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A'TE Lee Hardy, was PLATE DECORATIVE REG I 29 "lC. ?
adjudged guilty on a charge of
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failure to display drivers ASSORTED 24 PIECES REG. 79c

EXECUTIVE12x65 license was found not guiltyon WHITE PLASTIC HERBAl 1501 REG S1 09 LIMIT ONE
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Walton Simpson was 59
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careless driving charge. PLASTIC
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Hines, charged with driving
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,tl KlcoMn Clarence Williams, $26, for 136
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Clair Harley Keele, Joan .t ,,., jumbo .i.. wow.n straw
Campbell Johnson, Robert F. II' Ahrae/b a with waterproof lining, -
Goloskie had previously paid I I I Auorfod colors and d.iigni.
fines for unlawful speed to the '
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William Donald Selph $36, SWEDISH I t4 ,
for failure to use due care;
2 Full Baths Michael Clinton Gaskins, $36, TANNING REG.399 288|
for careless driving; William r A{ 4w. 1
Arlen Gay. Jr. $46 for SECRET

Home Type Furniture careless Pleasant DWI driving.On Gaskins charges. $150 Mitchell and II 8 OZ. SUN TAN MEN'S DACRON'COTTOMjTQUtCNOKI.

drivers license suspended for TANK TOPS a
90 days and Wesley Irven 11 LOTION or OIL
Carpeted Throughout Johnson. $200 and drivers DONALD DUCK REG. 1.99 44
license months. revoked for six I I'' ruNSHOWER

Adjutication of guilt was ,'
Carpet in Kitchen withheld and pre-sentence AND
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Swimming Allen Home Runs Boost

Page 10 TELEGRAPH; July 4, 191-1

Cunningham To Top SpotCunningham

Adams Wins 5th

I MondayThe Gulf pushed to home run brought them signed up several new play with their own home
first place defeating league around on two singles by Bill players, such as the Allen town, as they have caused a
leading First Baptist 17-8 last Kelton and Wayne McLeod boys and George Pack, and few changes, for the better,
Starke Golf Title Bradford County School Thursday night as Bob Allen making the score 3-1. this has added a change to stated Hatcher.
swimming program is set to and Larry Allen each sluggedtwo Cunningham's Gordon Beal Cunningham's playing,' "Bill Kelton, a 6-4, 245
run July 8-August 9, with bus \ ball
home runs. scored another run on errors, stated Recreation Director pounder has never played
transportation for youngstersin The win lifted Cunninghamto putting Cunningham Gulf Randall Davis. before and he sure is doing a
grades 1-6 and non- a 5-0 record, and dropped ahead 41. Donald Bagwell "These players made the fine job for us now," statedI I IIlatcher.
Kill Adams won his fifth i Mrs. ILII. Adams of Starke, Florida PGA which Adams swimmers above the sixth
First Baptist to second place scored a run for First Baptiston difference in the ball playing, I .
Siarkf Golf and Country Club leaves Saturday to play in the entered as an amateur. grade, according to BUS
championship in the last six finals of the National Public Coach Mike with a 5-1 record. Baldwin a double by Bill !Mcltae, especially Bob Allen as he has "Weare fortunate enough to"
cars Sunday defeating his Links Championship in Adams won the Palatka supervisor.The Sexton program Chevrolet, in third place, hasa giving First Baptist 2-4. Then numerous amount of home have those four play for us,
brother-in-law John Watson Pasadena, Calif., sponsoredby Invitational shooting 67-65-70 bus schedule is 4-2 record; Lawtey in Cunningham bombed First runs since he has started stated Hatcher.
six holes up with five left on the U.S. Golf Association, on the Par-70 course. He was follows: as fourth, holds a 2-3 record; Baptist scoring six runs in the playing at the beginning of the "Our main goal is to go on to
Brooker, in fifth, holds 1-3 sixth and in the seventh second half," stated Davis. the State Tournaments, we
Ilir list hole in 3i-holes(; of and to be played next Wednesday fourth at Willow Lakes in First Shift: Leave Southside seven
match play. Saturday, July 1013. Jacksonville, won the School 8 record; Smith and Brown giving for a 17-8 victory. "First Baptist jumped l from ought to go to District as
230 Lake
In winning the 1974 club Adams qualified for the Strawberry Invitational in (pick up a.m.students hwy at ,Lake) Electric, in sixth, holds a 1-5, Cunningham outhit First third place in the first half to defending Champs, and if we
and First Methodist holds 0-4 second in the second in those tournaments we
title his second in a row after national amateur tournamentby Starke with a 68-72 per- return 10:30: a.m. a Baptist 248. place place "
three straight formance, played in the record. Larry Allen led at the plate half because of four new will go to State, says lI<1t-
lining the sectional Leave BUS 7:45 301 N.
: a.m.
(', and winning last winning North-South Amateur First Baptist lead the entire for Cunningham with a four- players, to make our differences cher,"If our attitudes stay the
Parkin to
; qualifying round at Hyde 200B 230 Lake, return "
vear. Adams won four matches last Tournament in Pinehurst 10151030. second half until defeated by for-four on two home runs and says Manager same, we will make it.
Jacksonville Friday : :
that two Coach Hatcher of First "It's hard to tell really
Cunningham pushed singles
He was three holes up with 3-under-par 73-74-147. N.C. in which he qualified for Leave BUS 7:45 a.m., Hwy
with tu o to play to beat Randy a one of 60 spots for which 250 them down one.Cunningham "Cunningham and First Baptist. "Eddie Hazen. Danny which of the two are the
He was low man of 62 tryingfor 16,225 Lawtey, Lake (pick up
opened with Baptist are stronger now than McKinney. and Randall toughest, because both of the
Jones in the opening match, three in the national were competing, and placed at Lawtey School "
he was seven up w ith six holes spots Adams defeated fourth in the Lake City In- 8:10): ) return approximately doubles by Terry Hardee and they have ever been this time McGee came back to us, as teams have togetherness,
tourney. George Pack, and Bob Allen's of Cunningham has they left Green Machine to stated Davis.
10 go over llallie Seymour, Snell Lancaster by one stroke vitational. 10151030.: : year. IM"'W' ..._ 7!.r ...
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live and four over Terry and Bruce Wallace by two Second Shift: Leave rI
Gaines then six and five over strokes to win at Hyde Park.It Heading for Pasadena a few Brooker 9 a.m., Brooker, r
Watson. days early to practice, Adams Graham, Hwy 301, Lake (pick
Against Seymour Adams is the second straight year will leave Saturday up at Lincoln City) return _
carded an eight-under-par (66;<; Adams has qualified for the approximately 12:00-12:15.: :
mi the local course. national public links tour- "Those courses are pretty _
Watson linished second in nament. He played in it last rough," says the Starke (See Page 11)) _
the club tournament. Jim year in New Jersey.In golfer. Adams is on the -I _
Brown Godwin and Terry amateur tournament trail this Redding's.525Leads ::1
Gaines tied for third place.It tournament play this summer "to gain ex- _
was Adams' third victory summer Adams was second at perience." If he does well in 1 _
in amateur tournament play I lyde Park in his first tourney the next year or so, he might WomenCarolyn
this summer. The 23-year-old: and won at Fcrnandina Beachin take a shot at the professional
Starke golfer son of Dr. and matches sponsored by the ranks. Redding, of Koch's
Drug's, holds the highest ,
batting average al .525 in

Charlie: Green OutstandingIn Women's Recreational Soltball Slow-pitch with 21

I hits and 35;; trips to the platefor
the entire season. A
All-Star Baseball Game Vorease Patrick, of Nor-
man's Farm, has the second +r"1"f l la'
highest average of .438: with 22 4 t
Ml stiii baseballer Charlie North-South: All Star game the second base runner out" hits and 48 trips to the plate. : M ..lf
(invn\ with three hits ol live played at the Joker-Marchant !stated Hatcher. I'am Macy of Colonial
''upin., the plate played a Stadium in Lakeland June 14. "Even though the South Florist leads her team at a f
,iliiv I ii'ss shortstop in the lop "I 1 was very proud of theIuiy topped us 6-5, we thought him .348 pace with 21 hits and 54
tI t 1\ i innings of play for the Charlie played and I tin outstanding player" trips to the plate.
know he impressed a few I Hatcher said. Debbie Broughton of
other players on his team," Green batted a .350;; ) and had Blalock's Meat Market holds a fry t'h
stated Coach Harry Hatcher.UHS 10 runs-batted-in for the BUS .314 batting average with 11
H 4t OAKASell's baseball! mentor. 1974! season and was a Florida hits and 32 trips to the plate.
Coach John Donati of Frost Star all-conference baseball Statistics lor Women's
Proof High School was highly player the second year Second Half: Norman's 4-0,
impl'l'sstJith Charlie's straight. lie is a three-year Colonial Florist 4-1, Koch's
More' IH-rformance as a baseball -letterman in baseball and was Drug's 2-3. Blalock's 0-6.
player and had stated that quarterback on the 1974 BUS The Women will play their S-A-F-E cried umpire Rick Ezell to Dwayne Carter as he with a 5-2 win. last Thursday night
Green; was just about the best football team. Green has next game Friday, July 5, slid in a run for Athletic House against Guaranty Federal
Trail Bikes player on the North' team, signed a baseball scholarshipwith Norman's' vs. Koch's at 7:15: mmmmmmmmimmtommmmmmmBmmmwmmmmwmmmmmRmComing
according to Hatcher. a Greenville, Mississippi p.m. and Colonial Florist vs. F
Than "It all my players had been Junior' Collet!!e. Blalock's at 8:45: p.m.
Anyone like Charlie, we would of had /
iin exceptional baseball club," :jtad j-
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This is the first year that
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Charlie( hit :3 lor 5 in five
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Norman's Farm Finishes Third'

In 14 'beam Women's Tourney

Norman's Farm slow pitchWomen's tournament record. Mrs. day double elimination finishing with a 3-2 record. .,
Softball\ team Norman had eight hits in 20 undefeatedwith Williams-Thomas topped
tournament going over Norman's during Nor- la f y f AAAI
finished third in the Norman'sFarm trips to the plate, and scoredsix a 5-0 record in five Johnson-Hayes of Gainesville man's fourth game on singles 'f
Second Invitational runs. games. The Patriots beat 4-3, The Sting of Jacksonville and errors Sunday afternoon
I Tournament involving 14 area A second local team, Inland Equipment of Ocala 9- 12-7 Greer Sales of Ocala 15-2 in the semi-finals. The win + I +++rw41rti.
North Florida teams June 28- Colonial Florist entered the 6, Altomonte Reality of and were defeated by Nor- pitted George Stuart againstthe I at"' 1v wvI// i; I dI (i
30, at Westside Park. tournament finishing with a 2- Altomonte Springs 13-3, man's Farm 11-6, and George Patriots in the championship Hwy {rl ,Rt! M, I IRIN
Sandra Norman hit
for a 2 record.
Colonial Florist 6-1, Norman'sFarm Stuart 42.First game.
,400 average at the plate in Normandy Mall Patriots and Second
of 9-8, and George Stuartof place To make Norman's record
a leading Norman's to a 3-2 Jacksonville won the three Orlando 5-3. winners received individual 3-2 Norman's topped The Sting
Michelle Steadman short trophies. from Jacksonville 3-0, with a
fielder and Terri Tutton, left George Stuart's team Paula Thrift home run. Ms.
FLORIDA THEATRE fielder for the Patriots lead received the Sportsmanship Thrift led Norman's with two
4S the Patriot players in hitting Trophy from the tournament. home runs.Trophies.
with a .515 average. They both Susan Till of George Stuart were donated by
hit in 10 of 19 trips to the plate. received the Most Valuable Starke Dairy Queen, Carter
Fri. Sat. Ricky Sullivan swings hard for Athletic House as he knocks a double to fielders on Coca
The Patriots as a team hit four Player trophy. T.V. and Radio Service
IEAIAPA home runs. Sue Triest of Johnson-Hayes Starke Wishbone Chicken, Cola's team for a 5-3 victory Monday night.
' George Stuart of Orlando received the Highest Batting Starke Builder's Supply
RcaderTe placed second finishing with a Average trophy on a .708 Strickland's Landing and 2 Golfers Win Round
: ( 4-2 record. George Stuart beat batting average with one Community Bank of Starke. Keystone
I MarkTbwin'9 Monroe Used Cars of home run.Norman's. Contributions toward the -
FB; Jacksonville 16-8, Norman's Farm opened tournament were made by Keystone Heights junior In the 14-15 group Mike i strokes for three holes in the
ucklebcriy Farm 10-2, Lawton's Gang of with a 11-6 victory over Sears Dairy Queen, Andrews golfers captured first spot in Logsdon of Keystone got his nine and under division.
Jacksonville 23.3, Colonial Williams-Thomas as Nor- Drugs and Blalock's Meat four of five divisions and two first win, shooting 403878. The junior golfers will IweVe
Finn' Florist 20-2, and were man's out hit Williams- Market. second places in the third The fourth win for Keystonecame journey to Green Cove Springs!
defeated by Patriots 5-3 and Thomas 15-11. Sandra Nor- "We would like to expressour round of the North-Central from Richard Monday, July 8, for (heir
Norman's Farm 52.WilliamsThomas. man led the plate with a 3for5 appreciation to the people Florida PGA Junior Golf O'Donogohue totaling 20 fourth of seven rounds ol'play
A Musical Adaptation of performance. that made the tournament a Tournament at Quail Heights '
Gainesville placed fourth During the second game success by saying Thank- Golf and Country Club in Lake gonna'Rainon ParadeL
Norman's defeated George You,"said Mr. and Mrs. L.M. City Monday, July 1. Get ready bugs 'cause we _
Swim Program Stuart of Orlando 5.2 with Norman Jr., sponsors of the Bret Cole fired a oneunderpar F LOIIU
Florida Pest
Linda Cubbedge and Paula tournament. 71 for first place in the 16- are coming.
(From Thrift hitting home runs and old division. Cole Control is going to halt that 'pln
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left the Orlando team 10-6( in cared two birdies on the front kitchen cabinet picnic. Bugs onOL
More .......,
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18, Thressa, 100, Griffis Loop, Then the undeafted Patriots one-under-par 35 on the back FPC is out to ..,. and
230, Lake return to Hampton oozed by Norman's 9-8 as the nine using three birdies to get you
approximately 12 noon. visitors scored on one home Sports overcome a double-bogey at will. Call Florida Pest Control.
+rtimioNr Two busses leave Starke run by Terl Tutton, four the tough number 12 par-4
+ =- Untied Elementary 9:30: Hwy 16 to singles and four errors during hole. Bob Gates, Gainesville, r .:i
"' Lake. Make pick up at Starke Norman's third game. who won the first round at
I Elementary and along 16 George Stuart made up for Page 13 Keystone Heights was one
T N I A T A I through Reno. its loss as they streaked a 10-2 stroke back with a par72.



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for A New Declarationof i J. \L .,,' problems perienced such several as disease downy

) mildew, gummy-stem blight.
"'! and and anthracnose. These
-f/l: ur,, .,;."; diseases were difficult to

.. ft. "'..........' .;..1- control because of adverse
IndependenceOn '---" r.. '-:,<<&<<<,',1,," _\I weather conditions such as
r afternoon and evening
i / : w "',f- showers almost daily, Most
k however did well
this Independence Day, 1974, tentatively agreed to reduce the current .wed are for enough glowers to be thinking and

Florida taxpayers would do well to use a ten-mill levy to 7.4 mills The levy, ... .' ... : planning for another crop /next
little of their leisure to however is based upon predictions by to. : year.
holiday pondersome ,, :
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the Broward County Tax Assessor that :;
of the issues that brought our ..' tr -. : .. the Tobacco has good prospectsat
reevaluation will ..... \' "
increase .
tax -
great American revolution to a head property <. :< y a "'''' lti I of the present time. Most
almost 200 years ago. One of these was rolls by 49 per cent. If his predictions are ;, ; <<; of fields are now being harvestedand

"taxation without representation," and correct, and even though millage is ; 'it + 3 ): : are producing good

taxation still with reduced by the school system, the 1$> \ -- and quantity and quality, Growers
problems are us, .
/ both
:, they will need along with a
will still be paying at least ten ;
though King George is no longer the r. ..,. /0 //, \ for good price to be able to offset
villain.In per cent more than last year. ':'
As required by law Tax Assessor ''v'' ht year.

spite of highly touted "home rule" Gene has written the are
Long County or
legislation passed by the Florida Commission and the Board of Public :: I mentioned last week that

legislature in recent years, it appears Instruction notifying them of the : pastures did not look as good
did this time last .
that "Tallahassee rule" now has more ofa as they >curMany
millages necessary to apply to the new the folks have not fertilized
stranglehold on local government and and higher assessment roll to raise the the as heavily as they should

Florida taxpayers than ever before. same amount of tax revenue that was this because of higher fertilizer/

realized from the lower 1973-74 roll. prices and lower cattle prices.
Control over school administrationmoves on !Many are also holding more
4 to cattle on the (larm than they
closer to Tallahassee with the In the case of the County Commission, a /normally do while hoping lo'r

close of every legislative session, and whose 1973-74 millage was 8.68 the new better cattle prices. hose

each year a greater and greater share of suggested millage would be 4.872, according will cattle are eating most glass
the cost of school operation comes from to Long's calculations. In the to that normally could be cut tar
state coffers. With additional hay A shortage!\ of grass or
every case of the School Board (whose 1973-74 FLAGS'I overgrazing: could be criticalto
dollar comes tighter and tighter controls millage was pegged at 10 the maximum a our cattle operations this

and by the same token, radically allowed under Florida law) the new ys winter

increased costs. suggested millage is 5497.

Now, it is obvious that the state is The last Legislature did roll back the about I have hud worms several and calls

moving closer and closer to complete school millage ceiling from ten to eight I loopers army in pasture recently grass

domination of property tax administration but in the case of Bradford County it is These worms can eat a lot of

in Florida, making local tax obvious that this would mean only a 20 grass in a short time You<

assessors mere puppets of the State per cent reduction in the school levy as .. need these to posts be on and the start look-out a control lor

although they are elected county of compared with a 90 per cent increase in program as soon us! you seethe

ficials. assessments. This could hardly be I first worms, Si-v'in or

termed a "rollback"- even half-a- as parathion as a spray or dust
Efforts have been made by the rollback.If applied( accoiding to label
Legislature to pull the wool over taxpayers' not directions has given( good)
control in the l'allllll' if
the County Commission and the
eyes by sweet talk about millage"rollbacks" have' about this
you questions
to offset higher assessments, School Board do not accept the TaxAssessor's fir Ild 1wW 4r9ar'r S M. \- problem

but when the tax bills are mailed out on figures on millage they are

the day-of-reckoning next Novemberthe compelled to hold a public hearing

people of Florida will realize they (advertised by quarter-page newspaperads Firecrackers were ever the delight of small boys on the Fourth of July',
have been sold an expensive bill of goodsin ) to let the taxpayers know what young Don Hoover, son of famed Starke photographer Frank Hoover, was no exception
spite of all the rollback talk. they are doing, and have a chance to when he posed for this photograph at his father's studio along about I'M( t
protest. These hearings will be held "Buster Brown" suits and wide brimmed hats were worn by all the wll-
Now that the Legislature has adjourned after the Commision meets as a Board of boys in those dajs. .' w M
ro : trrS4't
the only chance of correctingthis Tax Adjustment on July 25. Starke was noted for its 4th of July Celebrations, attracting huge crowds to town + ,

"rollback fraud" is for the long- with a picnic spread around the band stand In the city park on Church Street, with 't ;J ,
There is no use to blame or complainto baskets of foods the ladies of .
suffering taxpayers to get off their you- sumptuous prepared by the town. The sh rend early
know-whats and make their voices the tax'assessor about this situation merchants with an eye on business, kept their stores open during the celebrationto yh'Y'' ,
because Florida assessors are now benefit from the increased horse-and-buggy trade by the many visitors to town.
:, heard, long and loud At the forthcoming completely-'under the domination of the Sack races, greasy pole contests and other similar events rounded out the day,

local government budget'hearings. state bureaucracy. When the tax bills with a rousing patriotic speech and fireworks to cap the climax.

Sometimes it seems to be an exercisein are out in November, we predict that Such celebrations have died out in recent years, but the Bradford County Bicentennial
the public will have enough of state- Commission will doubtless stage the biggest one yet to celebrate tht'Nation's
futility to try and get the public mad
dominated tax assessing and will 2110th Anniversary on July, 1976.
enough to stand up and fight for their
demand a return of control to the county
rights, but there is some evidence that ,
level.It .
this is happening at long last in the tax FORESTRY !1.fI/I'

situation, with the release of information seems constitutionally wrong to Terry ReedyIN !. ?
from the Assessor's office this week that Farm Forester
elect a tax assessor at the local level and BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA HAS
the 1974.75 assessment roll in Bradford then give an appointed branch of the UNOER 5 / Tomato

County will be approximately 90 per government the power to make l life-and- ]

cent higher than it was in 197374. death rules and can learn
regulations governing One day last week I had the plants you
Without a proportionate rollback in tax these elected officials. Some deter. opportunity to visit the S, something about the texture "It's all one tomato," says! It.I,, l.rr. Jr., in showing this.
millage by the County Commission and and moisture of the soil, the
mination must eventually be made as to Bryan Jennings Environmental star-shaped, five-ln-one specimen grown in his! garden on
the Board of Public Instruction, this will whether constitutional Education wildlife to be found in the area of Criffis. 1.04lp.Ir.: Lee is at a loss to explain the oldshapedtomato .
substantialin governmentmeans Center located on the Cary and even what type the like of which he's .
mean a some cases a never seen in all his many
anything in these days of microscopic organisms to :
over- State Forest in Nassau years of gardening
staggeringincrease in taxes for most the soil.
centralized government- whethertax County This center, expect to find living in
approximately -
Bradford County taxpayers.All assessors are answerable to the two years old, This just goes to show that the __1III.r.Jlf, ....__ _....1-..,_ """ .."
forest is not a simple thing,
has been developed and is
people rather than Tallahassee
over the state, taxpayers are managed by the Jacksonville but a complex interweaving of
bureaucracy bound
District of the Florida numerous cycles
finally beginning to realize what is together by need for one

happening. For instance this letter in a Division of, due Forestry.to the heavy Unfortunately another, as is all of the world's

recent issue of the Miami News: ,.......................................... rains the previous days, life cycle of which man is apart
coupled with a weather ,

"I may not be the first one to pry at forecast calling for more of Demand at the
c Citizens Asked To Share c the same, the school environmental I Ik
the lid of this can of worms, but I feel group education center
pretty sure I won't be the last. The later postponed their visit until a is increasing as more parents
subject is inflated property taxes based in Land Use SurveyCitizens i sunnier wish their children to know
about the forest
upon increased assessments based upon Even though I did not get to environment
and learn to appreciate and
inflated'current market value' of homes observe a program in action. I
care for it Although
did talk at length to County
such as mine which NOT Bradford
are on the of County fortunateto
Bradford Countywill Foresters Mike Schneggen- I II
market and therefore have no 'market have an opportunity to burger and Tom Kametz have plenty of rural land for
value'. participate in a preliminary about the methods used in people to enjoy, a small environmental
would be I .
next week Phase effective center -
survey as putting on an
of the land also' took very beneficial here for use by I ..; ,
"I feel able use study begins : program. They me ,
to for
speak most of .'
us here. : through the center and along the school children as a for "
buyers of homes who did so, not for The land use study, Phase I, the trails used during a mal outdoor classroom. At one
speculation, not to rent for a profit not was completed on May 30 program, pointing out such time Starke had an area of
to try to make a few fast bucks off under the auspices of the things as the pitcher plant, an this sort We plan to redevelop "
Bradford County Zoning insectivore) This means that it something along these lines
someone else but to live in '
simply a
Commission, the North actually obtains needed sometime in the near future. $ 1 s
house which we can call home. And I feel
Central Florida Regional : nutrients through ingestion of
sure I speak for many others in saying Planning Council, and the : insects that get trapped inside Do your pecan trees suddenly -
that we are tired of being kicked around. University of Florida ; the plant because hairs have a number tentlike of webs unsightly -
The A of the Preliminary projecting downward keep the large
Metropolitan Dade County Com- copy the ends of the
missioners Survey will be printed in the insect from flying or crawling hanging on
and School officials had branches? Chances it is
: July 11 issue of the Bradford : out. Other plants such as the
better take action to adjust the millagerate County Telegraph and citizens : tar flower, gallberry, and the fall webworm, as they American Legion Award' Winners
have been seen on numerous
to compensate for inflated assess- are encouraged to participatein common palmetto, mixed in Bradford
ments otherwise comes election the survey by filling it in with the slash and longleaf trees in County Priscilla Stalnaker
of Airs.
the few weeks. right daughter Elizabeth Stalnaker of
during past Starke, and
time there will be some new faces in and returning it to the S and pines, were all there to be seen This insect attacks HodrJgue;son of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Rodrigue of Starke, are recipients American Legion Kenny
high places" Telegraph office. One plant numerous species of hard- Post SB's School Medal Award given to the boy and girl best demonstrating high goals of
pointed out that was unfamiliar -
: woods, but is most commonlyseen courage, honor, leadership, patriotism, scholarship, and service. Joe Cissy, Post 56 Youth
to the
me was Myrtle and Achy ities Chairman, presents the award to the two Bradford Middle
on persimmon School students chosen
And this from by
in leaf
a taxpayer Broward holly, which we observed be their teachers.
they can
County: "The School Board members ...........................................: first on a pine flatwood site destructive pecans. to the nut crop if
Later we found this tree
enough attack a given tree
standing in water in the midstof
a cypress pond. pest.they seldom In heavily are a Infested serious Pratt Street Rec Center Features Pet ShowThe

groves, it would be worthw hile
ORt From this story it sounds to spray the trees with Sevin Pratt Street Center each pet with the owner and Most Unusual pet-First
$gADFORp c0 like a course in plant Iden- Malathion! using a high Recreation Program featureda the following awards were place. Leslie Thornton and his
E tification, boring the boys and pressure sprayer that will Pet Show with prizes and a given: dog Penny, ,
4p girls with names few can reach the tree tops. For Tom Sawyer movie for the Largest Best Dressed petFirstplace.

dcrIr&rap1n remember, even if they treating a few heavily in- youngsters June 26, which Robert Geiger pet-First and his rabbit.place, Debbie DeArmond and
wanted to do so. Not so, by any fected yard trees you can were enjoyed by the par Bandit. her kittens. Samantha and
means. Thr purpose of this either spray or just remove ticipants, according to the Napoleon.
environmental center is to the branches containing webs Recreation Department.. Smallest pet-First place, Cutest pet-First place. Holly
'9jjpN BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN. MILLER make the young people more and burn them. If you have Tammy Thornton and her Thompson and her puppie..
Publishers aware of the total forest, with small trees a hand sprayer The first event was the Pet kitten Snowball; second Quceme.
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Pose Office. at Starke. its different ecotones Pointing attached to the garden hose Show, where the leaders had place, Katie Lundy with her Following the Pet Show the
E1.. under Act of March 3. 1879. out various planes focuseson can make the job easy, Mix all contestants and their pets pigeon. Sylvia. movie "The Adventure's or>
the changes that occur one tablespoon of 57 percent line up so that the audienceand Most Talented pet-First Tom Sawyer" was shown. At
Subscription rate an trade area: |6 per year: 13.JO six months. from one ecotone to another. Malathion or 2 tablespoons of judges could see them at place, Paul DeArmond and his intermission, popcorn and
Phone 964-6)0) Outside trade area: $7 per yur:,4.00 six months. Stadce, Fl.. Plant life is a very good indicator Sevin powder to one their very best. rabbit, Pete; second place, kool-aid was served.
of the site differences. gallon of water and spray the Steve Griffis and his dog A bike derby is planned fill-
Just from observing the tree The j judges thei) discussed Peanut. Friday afternoon July 5.Page .

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I Qualifying Opens July 9 r i r a C y Bryce Titus To Command

I IBryce

For 5 County. Board Seats- -- .- .,, Legion Post 56

C Titus was: cleclcdthe Crew; and AdUlunlUicmnlH. |
With a fourteen day was calculated by the new Post Commander" for Witt.
qualifying period beginning provisions contained in an 1 L zoAMq (the American Legion Post 5(1.( Commander, Titus Tuesday at noon July 9 and Attorney General's last red I that Committee\
opinion ,, Thursday night during its IioLII1)
closing Tuesday at noon July issued June 24, 1974. + J annual installation and ladies assignmentsould! be handed 1
23 Clerk of the Circuit Court That opinion provides that + n a night dinner held at the Legion out at the !regular scheduled
Gilbert Brown fir
released the qualifying fees shall be FA ? .t 4Cr home on Edwards Koud. meeting! on .lnl !9 l and urged'
figures Monday July 1, that calculated on the basis of the 0 About 70 members and (their veterans of all wars In ahead
his office will be required to latest annual determination of fr wives enjoyed the dinner! the \Post 1111'1.1 inJs.
collect candidates from prospective population produced by the r including past Commander ol' "This year \\e will con
county to qualify Department of Ad the 1 Department of Florida eenlrate on I respect ID till!
for the office sought. ministration. !N.C I Deas. Sr. and his wile :-.oat. iun's Flag and somec! I"
With only J five seats on two To arrive at the qualifying according to Al Crosby. Post our communitv. Male .inn
county boards in contention in fee Brown deducted the Service Olliecr. nation.' slated Cominamlci

this "off-year"l'lection Brown minimum population range of Fourth 1 District Commander! Titus.!
said the qualifying fee for t the 10,0001) I rom Bradford County's Leis 0) Meyers I from Ocala,
two seats on the Board of present estimated populationof installed the following officers -
County Commissioners has 13.254 as supplied to him by Post Commander- Outlaw, Hodges
been set at $319.70 and for
the the Department of Ad tiWD Bryce ('' Titus; Vice Com-
three seats on the School ministration.The r mander-Hoberl G. Patterson.Finance Make Torch Club
Board at 17828. difference of 5,254 is Officer-William

Annual salary for county then multiplied by the Scoggins; Chaplain-Lee I.;nern (oull,1ill) II I J I'.' id
commissioners beginning statutory group rate factor of Sue Tries of the Taylor Historian-John B Hodges, members
Johnson-Hayes accepts Highest BattingAverage : : nl' III.
October 1. 1974 is $: ,2:11.911: !) and .07., 7 Susan Till accepts the Sportsmanship Trophy for Secondplace
or 1.2
of the
percent '
Invitational tournament National
trophy during !Norman's Liberty bole I liMinime
for school board members difference winners. George Stuart and she also received the
which amounts to Valuable July 2t4:l0, for an average of .7(18.( Breath Of Life / I District u ill ur'
beginning July I, 1974 is $:W4.o, This is then added to Player trophy. (iainesville., revrnll.t <|ii.ililii
$3,5fi5.G8: calculated in accordance the salary base of Chairman Scott .
$liIIJJ()() for toallend i'iinii.iii\| l"u"III''
Florida with Chapter )143 of that population range which Winning Streak Lifts Elks Lodge To Top Of BaseballThe meeting! in) I'aim I n",11,, I
the Statutes. Bradford County falls. Ib be'rl Scolt t has been Florid.)
In the first primary to be named I Chairman) for theLauley The annual liicHinu): k'.>.
held Tuesday September 10, Five percent of the resulting Elks Lodge after baseball. met Southern Discount and Elks edged :3-2 by Discount, Breath nl I.lie (lund as, the Toich! C Club/ ,is, In ...
County Commissioner DistrictNo. total ligure of $0,31)4.05!) or dropping their first two gamesof Last Thursday, June 27. squeezed by 32. !Monday night in a make-up game because of drive sponsored I h is the h"luII''al'illus' dist'iiimad i I.<-.ir,..
2 and 4 will be in con :111.70: is the amount the second half, has fought Elks: took on the league National: "Fibrosis
the Elks took on Discount rain, last Friday night. Bobby Cj.stie ; / lop agents() (Ilinumlioui) '
tention. George Roberts of established for the qualifying back winning its last three leading Coca Cola team and again in a make-up game and Odom John Talum, and Tod Ht'( !>l'ardl l'ouncUilioit.lnch oniip.im' and also lo bra i
Starke and Eddie Allen of Ice far! county commissioner. games in a row to lake over set them aside 117. The won 5-2. Samons collected base hits lor Mill sliirl Soptcnilicr II. 11"11111\ biisnu-ss. (rutpiolessional <
Hampton are the respective Bradford'County commissioners iirsl place in Dixie Youth following Friday night Elks !Meanwhile Athletic (House the F.lks.: Pal Mundorff and An>one interested inhelping developri.' '
incumbents for those districts. are not paid the was winning two games, 'hub Johnson had Discount's as! a volunteer\\ in I lie 'llnoiigli/: sales and MTV in- '<
School Board Member statutory( I base of Sli.OOO at the Guaranty Federal. 5.2 two hits :September; drive! can reach! llii'ir puhchuldri) -
Districts 1,2 and 5 will be up present\ time because of a 20 Uay Care Center iiiui topping Coca Cola 53. the l.auley (t'I', ( nuiu-il ,111\ IcJlIlI. <>;'irn' the I ML.'' "<
I'or contention in September. percent limitation of increase During Thursday's game, Chairman at 71tJ-lil: I II I: attend! the I Ihree-day all.iir'
Blaine Thompson of Lawtey.\ in salary in any one year. Bobby (Odom led the Elks
II.A. Lawson and Seeber I f). They will be authorized to
team to a big win
Goodman of Starke are therespective draw that amount beginning Fire overPoke.
DepartmentAsk Odom had three" hits in
incumbents for October 1, !1975! plus any increase three times at bat. Danny
those districts allowed by the WELLS ELECTRIC
Ilildebran held Klk's: other hit.
Brown pointed out that the population factor of the office Glen Gnann continued his
qualifying fee for county as the statute prescribes. '
FundsAn run at the batting' title as he
commissioner was 6.11 percent The same calculation does County went Iwo-for-three at the plate
of the 74-75 salary. The not! apply to the School Boardmembers for Coke. Glenn is currently
qualifying fee for this electionis because they are hitting the ball at a .470 clip SERVICEElectrical
80 increase in Both for additional
based upon a salary for that already being paid the percent requests
and leading the league with
office not yet being paid, and statutory base salary. county funds for the operationof funds will be given further Scott
his timely hitting. Craig
the Bradford County consideration by the commissioners
Volunteer Fire Department at their first and Kary Padgetl hit singlesfor Contractors

I Mobile Homes Placed In CityThe and a renewed request for a budget meeting, which has Coke.
new allocation for the \been scheduled for Monday. During the second game
Starke operation of a child day care July 15, at 7:30: p.m. Thursday night. Athletic tee
Zoning Board Action on the petition of center( in the amount of $7,500 Gene Long, Bradford (House set back Guaranty
approved the petition of one Kenneth 1 Thomas Croll to Federal 52. taking advantageof tesZhu
are two of the items under County Tax f
applicant the and deferred actionon place a mobile home on a lot consideration by the County presented his preliminary just one hit six walks, and ovlcT s1'
petition of another
north of Hastings Street\ at the Iwo errors.
: Commissioners for the new 1974! tax roll reflecting a '\ee
Monday. July 1. rear of the K. L. ,
Grilfis budget. taxable value of$115.7 million, Ricky Sullivan and Dale Set S '=
The application of Tom properly on Orange Street Harry Green, chief of the which almost doubles 1973's Bedford' shared pitching duty
:Marks. Jr. for the placement was deterred until more information Bradtord County VolunteerFire taxable values of $fiO million for Athletic \House as did RESIDENTIALCOMMERCIALINDUSTRIALDIAL
ol a mobile home at 1240 l Dell could be obtained on Department told the Long said that notices to Byron Roberts and Mike
Street in Starke was ap the matter of ingress to the commissioner's Monday July taxpayers would be sent out Jackson: for Guaranty
proved.2MnkeFSU. site. I, that he was requesting an 80 not later than July 8, and that Federal. Guaranty outhit the 9646061SERVING
percent! increase in operating the Tax Equalization Board (House 2-1.) Dennis Bennett!
2 Ileeeive<< money for his departmentnext would meet on Thursday, July collected Athletic's only hit! STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949
year and that it appearedthat 25, at 9:00: a.m. to hear while !Mike Akridge and 744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091
Deans List FSU DegreesCharles high prices had just about complaints and l requests for Roland Randolph got
P.O. BOX 607
put the fire department out of valuation adjustments. Guaranty's two hits

Tondalah D. Hobbs and business."I .
Peters and JessSandhl'l'g
Denise S. Winkler of Starke would like to see
of Bradford
County something worked out with
made the spring quarter \received their degrees Irom the City of Starke to provide a
Dean's List of some 2,700 the Florida State of
combination of the two
students at Florida Slatet'niversily
some other 6,400 students departments," Green said.
exams.I according to final attending. Total expenditures of $7,000 Celebrate the 4th"

The Dean's List is an honor Peters received his has been made during the past
roll of stud'ntshose grade Bachelors degree in Visual year, which included the
averages are 'B' or 'A1 for alll'OUI'S'S and Creative Arts departments cash reserves "
and the allocation of
taken during the county
quarter Sandberg received his $4BOO.;() ; with thePatriot's
:Musters degree in Industrial W.E. (Bill) Dampier, co- ,
Arts ICducalion. chairman of a committee ,
proposing the development of > >
FILING CAHINKTS.: Type- the Bradford County Day Care .
w rater stands, desks chairs, The number included 2,800 .
Center be
to located at the
and safes.! We can order June degree candidates and It.J.E. Pak
School in
High building
them for you. The Office 3,636: ( !graduates from three
Starke, renewed a request
Shop Ph. (\161.6:10:0: : previous quarters made at last month's meetingfor

$7,500 in local money to get 'v q" >' ,
the program under way. /' ,0, .,&:;;*: F"- ,.,.
i Total budgeted costs for the ,\ j"w '
Gardening Specials operation of the child day care >" 'j
center has been set at $60.000. 44 .:d '
to provide for an enrollment of ,,' ;
about 50 children ages 2 to 5. .

5% Sevin 10% Chlordane Care working would mothers be provided in the low for

income group and in some
Dust Dust cases those who are continuing

$ their education. > < :"
4 LB. BAG J37 4 LB. BAG $147 $45.000 of the total cost

REG $1.69 REG. S1.79 would be provided from Title ,
IV federal funds, $7,500 from
state funds, and $7,500) from 1P // 1
FRUIT TREES local contributions.On .
the expenditure side of \ .
SHADE TREES the budget $43.000 would be get
paid in salaries for a Director l you

: SHRUBBERYROSES Teacher, Assistant Teacher, 3 I
teacher aides, a cook and
custodia$10,000 is budgetedfor
,9 pieces chicken
PLANTS food expenses, and the >; .
HOUSE remaining$7,000 is for utilities >>
;;1' >

15 % Off connected and other with related the operationof expenses \ : 2 salads your choice
Regular Prices After the day hearing care center.Dampier'srequest .
6 rolls4drinks
last month Chairman \

NOW SAVE S30 ON A TORO not Ralph so Bryan sure remarked that I like"I'm the '" Ep

program. It appears to be a :
GUARDIAN 21" high cost baby sitting QflCJCDI
program amounting to more

"TOKO""" WITH KEY LECTRIC. than Mrs$1,000 Emily per child.Elliot"of the PlusCOOLER

SELF PROPELLEDAND State Manpower Commission I
speaking in support of the day ,
BAGGINGMODEL care center said that, "This is ,
one of the most worthy and
legitimate causes that I have
21711 $19995REG. seen funded
Mrs. Elliot said that an
$ additional sum of $25,000 may
be available from the
-Save $20 On A governor's discretionary fund
and stressed the of .
ti 21" Whirlwind getting underway local sponsorship with purchase'J.

Self Propelled _.,no" _, .._.

., 139 95 Energy FEA To ProgramFlorida Control One cooler per customer. Offer expires July7, 1974. : ;

citizens with A ""
MODEL 16273 REG S159.95 inquiries about the energy
OTHERESIZES AVAILABLE program or those who wish to :>>

We Take Mowers In Trade Reguardless Of should report contact energy the FEA violations officein Wishbone Fried Chicken >g ':; i

Condition EXCEPT ON SALE MODELS Jacksonville at 4080 ,.
Woodcock Drive Suite 214, by ''
LO.IDA GARDENCENTER 2849 phone ((904)) 791-2848 or 791- Fried chicken, the way it ought to be.'J, :'IJuly" .

The Federal Energy Ad.

In OlltlOL 539 PH.East 964-5745 Call St. enforcement Energy ministration regulations of will all after assume Federal June 236 S. Temple, Starke, Fla. 964-5858 '

a __ ClIo 30, states the Internal,
Revenue Service.

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1. y

Page 14 TELEGRAPH July 4. 1971

I Legals I AREA
- - Community

NOTICE you are required to serve a copy after the time and date specified Each bid submitted shall be NEWSby

of your written defenses if any herein will not be considered. accompanied by a cashier's

John M. Gribble has made to it, on the plaintitf's attorney, Plans, specifications, and check or bid bond in the amountof

Application to the Bradford whose name and address is contract documents may be five percent ((5 percent) of the News Josephine Fontaine

H. Pierce P. O. examined in the office of the bid
Board for Hon. George payable to School Board of
County Zoning re- School Board of is extended to the entrance. Come and get
( Sympathy
classification of the Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida owner Bradford County. friends
property Bradford County Post Office family of Gary Prevail who acquainted with new
and file the original the Surety Company shall be
described below from OR old
R1C. 31/2/ miles south clerk of the above styled courton Drawer 939, Starke Florida licensed to do business in the ELIZABETH GIVENS passed away Sunday morning, and meet some your

301 on left out of Sec. 7 on Tns.Hwy.22 or before August 5th, 1974; 32091)) at the office of Don R. State of Rorida and shall be WALKER June 30. He is the son of Mr. friends too.Please .

7S 2 1/2 otherwise a judgement may be Morgan, architect, P. A. (Post listed by the United States Dell OES and Mrs. Emory Prevatt and
Rgn. acres. leave news,
for the relief Box 987 Green Cove Pleasant Grove United the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. your
entered against you Office Treasury Department. Surety
Installation of officers
This in classification is
change was Rev. Willie anniversaries, new
demanded in the complaint or Springs, Florida) and at F. W. Company shall also comply with Methodist Church: J. G. Adkins. birthdays
subject to a public hearing to be held Saturday for Dell Stitt, pastor. Sunday School arrivals or any other news al
Corporation Plan Room all requirements of the General
petition. Dodge
held on Tuesday July 30 1974 at Chapter at 4 p.m. An en- begins each Sunday at 10 a.m. Hampton General Store or
hand and the Florida).
WITNESS (Jacksonville,
7:30: p.m. in the County my Conditions SupplementaryGeneral joyable repast was held after Morning service at 11. Holy mail it to me, Josephine
Christy Roark celebratedher
seal of said Court on June 25, Plans and specifications may Conditions of the above
the Installation in
Commission room at the 1974. be obtained as follows: activity, the Communion, :3 p.m. All fourth birthday with a Fontaine, Box 160( Hampton,
Bradford County Court House at specifications. Masonic Hall on Brownlee members urged to attend all Fla. 32044.
Upon receipt of $10 two sets party at her home. Friends
which time all interested Street.
persons Gilbert S. BrownAs of plans and specifications for Mr Jim TempleSuperintendent services. and relatives were invited to
shall be heard for or against the KITCHEN NEWS
Clerk of said Court this project will be forwarded New Hope Baptist Church. share her birthday cake and
proposal, as specified in the Church News Cucumbers plentiful
Rev. L. W. Mosely pastor. are
ice Balloons usedin
If and cream. were
Beulah M. collect. plans
By: MoodyAs School Board of
Zoning Code of Bradford Greater Bethlehem Freewill Sunday School, 10 a.m. now. so I'm giving you a
Deputy Clerk specifications are returned in Bradford CountyIN decorating for the party
County 8/20 3T 7/4 Baptist Church. Rev. to Sarah
7/44t 7/25 good condition within 10 days Morning service at 11. After- recipe given me by

of bids the full Jasper Williams Pastor. noon service, 4 p.m. Visitors VISITORS Taylor.
after receipt ,
Chairman THE CIRCUIT COURT OF services with
John Torode Weekly began always welcome.
will be refunded. Rhonda Lack of East
deposit THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- Tot Choir rehearsal and
Bradford County Zoning Board.L Tiny
Meadow N. Y. is her
for visiting
All ,
NOTE: requests plans
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR the Junior Ushers meeting
and specifications shall be made BRADFORD aunt, Mrs. Barbara Bruno, CUCUMBER: PICKLES:
M. Gaines Sealed Monday night at 7:30.: .
Bids will be receivedup through the office of the ar and the Bruno family.
John M. Gribble to and not later than 11:00 Tuesday night the Senior
: chitect. Rhonda's mother is Mrs.
SENIOR 1 gallon of sliced small
Choir rehearsed
A.M. September 10, 1974 in the Wednesdaynight Bruno's sister. While
Each bid submitted shall be here
cucumbers sliced thin
IN RE: The of ,
714NOTICE Marriage
1tp Prayer Meeting was
office of the Business Manager, accompanied by a cashier'scheck they plan a visit to Disney
MARGARET W. REILLY, held. Thursday ( tonight) CITIZENSAn 7 large onions, chopped
Union Correctional Institution
in the
bid bond amountof
Petitioner and 5 while
THOMAS cups sugar
Hour at the church.
OF HEARING ON for the sale of Pine Pulpwoodand five (15 percent) of the
percent REILLY. Respondent. 2 cups water
the Junior Choir ,
Friday night
PETITION FOR CLOSING AND Pine Timber on a lump sum bid payable to School Board of r rr NEW ARRIVALS 3 vinegar
will rehearse at the church cups
ABANDONMENT OF A basis. The offering is comprisedof Bradford County. NOTICE OF ACTION Mr. and Mrs Richard Davie I1 I salt
time 6 Sunday is pastoralday cup
GRADED ROAD KNOWN AS approximately 425 acres. Surety Company shall be NO PROPERTY p.m. elected committee of the are the proud parenls of a 11 teaspoon mustard seed
with School at 2
THE KIRBY CREWS ROAD These are generally worked out licensed to do business In the Sunday Bradford County Senior baby daughter born Wed- 1 teaspoon celery seed

LYING AND RUNNING turpentine areas and areas of State of Florida and shall be ToTHOMAS REILLY 9:30.: Morning Service at 11. Citizens Inc. will meet with nesday, June 26. They have 1'a teaspoon numeric
will be held in this
round timber. Harvesting is to be Baptism the County Commissioners
THROUGH SECTION 5, listed by the United States 1258 Avenue on named her Janice Elaine.
TOWNSHIP SOUTH RANGE done by the successful bidder Treasury Department. Surety Loring service. League at 4 p.m. July 8 at 2 p.m. at the Civil
Combine all
Brooklyn New York 11208 ingredients
within the eighteen ((18)) months Evening Service 6 p.m. Holy Defense Building. This
21 EAST. AND THE EAST Company shall also comply with RECREATIONHampton: ; : heat thoroughly until I
period beginning October 1 Communion will be given in meeting, arranged by Rep. or
THREE-QUARTERS OF all requirements of the General YOU ARE NOTIFIED that Senior Citizen's cucumbers change color Do
an this service. Visitors
SECTION 6, TOWNSHIP 6 1974 through March 31, 1976. Conditions and Supplementary action for dissolution of welcome. always Frank Williams and Joe Club will meet Friday July 5, not boil. Bring (to a simmer

SOUTH RANGE 21 EAST Bids should be sealed and General Conditions of the above marriage has been filed againstyou Greater Allen Chapel AME Kerrigan is being held to at 7:30: p.m. in the SeniorCitizen's Either (to put in jars and soul,
returned in an envelope marked: discuss problems of 60
BRADFORD COUNTY, specifications. persons Room of the old
and you are required to Church, Rev. B. C. Williams or to cat immediately Theyare
FLORIDA.TO "BID FOR LUMP SUM PINE years and over, the disabled, Hampton School, use north
TIMBER SALE TO BE OPENED Mr. Jim TempleSuperintendent serve a copy of your written pastor. Sunday Services will and the veterans in our

defenses, if any to it on begin with Sunday School at 10
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 11:00: A.M. SEPTEMBER 10, country.We .
EUGENE F. SHAW, Petitioner's Lovefeast service at 11.
1974 and returned in sufficienttime School Board of a.m. The WHATAnd
Attorney, whose address is P. Communion service 5:30. All
for the bid opening to: Mr. :
You will take notice that in 0/20 3T 7/4 Bradford CountyIN
Jim Chasteen, Business 0. Box 1086 Starke Florida, on members are invited to attendall are elated by the

accordance Section with 336.09 the provisionsof Manager, Union Correctional or before July 25 1974 and file services and cooperatewith response of our Florida WHY Of EGGS- BRIEFBy
Institution, P. O. Box 221, THE CIRCUIT COURT the original with the Clerk of this all activities of the Congressmen and Senators in

336.12, Florida Statutes a EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Court either before service on church. Washington D. C. on their ATLANTA Why do yolks Jeannette
Raiford Florida 32083. Prescott
public hearing will be held by the 7/42t 711IN FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Petitioner's attorney or immediately New Bethel Baptist Rev. undivided support for restitu- and shells differ in color?

Board of County Commissionersof BRADFORD COUNTY. thereafter; otherwisea Leroy Davis pastor. Weekly tion of the Food Stamp What are the white, twisted

Bradford County Florida in CASE No. 74-155 default will be entered againstyou services began with Bible program. A bill, H. R. 15124 to ropelike strands of material in KKOOKER BAPTISTBible
the County Commissioners for the relief demanded in Class and Prayer Meeting extend Food Stamp allot- raw eggs? Why is it difficult to School will begin
Courtroom of the Bradford EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
County Courthouse in Starke FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD CIVIL ACTIONIn the Petition. Wednesday at 7:30.: ( Choir No ments to Supplementary peel some hard-cooked eggs? Monday July 8, at the)

COUNTY.CASE WITNESS my hand and the 1 rehearsal at 7:30: Sunday Security Income persons for These are timely questions Brookor Baptist Church from

Florida on Monday August 5, NO. re: The Matter of the seal of this Court on this 21st School 10 a.m., which will one year has been passed by because eggs are in especially 7 (to 9:30: p.m., and will continue

1974 at 10:00: o'clock A. M. on Adoption of JOSEPH BRIAN day of June 1974. terminate services for the both Houses in Congress and abundant supply right now, for one week. All
the petition of George H. Pierce President according to the U. S.
now awaits Nixon's
STAFFORD to attend .
day. youngsters are urged -
as attorney for Container Corporation : Marriage of
Department Agriculture'sAgricultural
GilBERT BROWN signature.
Ebenezer .
Baptist Church.
of America which RICKS Wife-Petitioner, and
NOTICE OF SU IT CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Marketing
petition was spread upon the JAMES DANIEL RICKS, Senior Citizen Rosen- Service. Here the
Harry are answersto
NO PROPERTYTO Sunday School will start the PERSONALS: ;
minutes of a meeting of said Husband-Respondent. COURTBRADFORD shine was the guest at the these and other things
COUNTY, services at 9:4: :>. Morning you Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green

Board of County Commissionersheld NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY : Clarence Gene King FLORIDA Service at 11. Evening Ser Starke Rotary Club luncheonfor may be wondering about as attended the luneral of :Mrs.

on July 1 1. 1974 requestingthat 2605 Old Shell Road By: Beulah M. Moody vice, 7 p.m. Weekly services the month of June. Harrywas you use eggs in your favorite Edna: Green Miller on Sunday.
said Board close and
Mobile Alabama Deputy Clerk began Thursday night with the guest of Rev. James dishes. June23. She was the widow ;ol

abandon that certain graded 6/27 4t 718IN Prayer Meeting and Bible Cregan, and spoke briefly Why does the color of egg his brother, the late I.aiulon
road hereinafter described and
disclaim Address Unknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Class, 7:30: each week. The during the program. In- yolks sometimes vary? The Green; and resided at Crest-:

renounce and any rightof an action for Adoption has THE CIRCUIT COURT, Deacons and Deaconesses will cidentally, Father will visit color may vary depending on view Sympathy is extended (to

Bradford County, Florida, and YOU ARE NOTIFIED that been filed against you EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN hold their anniversary cele- his homeland Limerick, the hen's diet. Eggs producedby the family.
the public in and to the land a
within said Petition for Dissolution of CLARENCE GENE KING and AND FOR BRADFORD bration Sunday at 3 p.m. Ireland, for a short vacation. today's commercial laying The Morningsido Park al
lying graded ,
COUNTY, FLORIDA. Case No. Good health, and Bona For- hens are fed a controlled (iuim'sville'us Ihe
said graded road being Marriage has been filed againstyou you are required to serve a copy Mt. Pisgah AME Church. setting for
of written defenses if 74-29-CJ ((1-2202)) JUVENILE Franklin tuna. ration. But yolks with colors of the Green Reunion
described as follows: and there is a demand in the your any Rev. B. F. pastor. Family on

Petition that the Court award that to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, DEPARTMENTIn Sunday School, 10 a.m. various shades are equally Sumliiy. June 23. Mr. and! Mrs
A "Tip of the Hat" to County good. Yolk color is also a David Fussell and!
whose and address (
A graded road lying and certain property owned by you and name is Morning service at 11. children olBrookcr

running through Section 5, your wife: SHIRLEY A. RICKS, as DUDLEY P. HARDY. Esq., P. O. the Interest of: CARLOS Communion will be given in Commission Chairman Ralph matter of preference. were among (the

Township 6 South Range 21 a tenancy by the entirety, in Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida KEITH JARA, a Child. this service. Evening service Bryan and foreman of the "What are the white, approximately 70 persons
twisted strands of
East and the East three-quarters Bradford County, Florida, and 32091, and file the original with 5 p.m. Visitors always County Road Dept., Leon ropelike in attending.
the clerk of the above NOTICE Ellington for the good repair material raw eggs? ('hrisand Russell Thorntonof
(E3/4)) of Section 6, Township 6 more particularly described as: styled welcome.Mt. "
Known "chalazas these
South Range 21 East and as A parcel of land lying in the North- court on or before July 31, 1974; Morlah United work done on Silver Lake as Starke visited their grand

known as portion of the Kirby west quarter of Southwest quarter otherwise a judgement may be THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Methodist Church, Rev Willie Road, off S. R. 21-B. are highly concentrated egg mother. Mrs. Jeunnette
white each side
Crews Road all lying and being (NW 1/4 of SW 1/4)) of Section entered against you for the relief Hugh Alfredo Jara Stitt, pastor. Sunday School appearing on Prescott and Johnny last I
to hear of JackTrawick's of the yolk. They are perfectly
in Bradford County, Florida.All 10 Township 6 South Range 22 demanded In the complaint or the natural father and will begin services Sunday at We are sorry illness and hope he natural, wholesome part of Friday.

East, Bradford County, Florida petition. 10 a.m. Communion service 1mirn: I ''Iii "'WI'a Y'ItW n
interested parties said parcel being more particularly WITNESS my hand and the TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNYOU will be held at 11, which will recovers soon and be with us the egg and serve to anchor
may the yolk in place. All sometimes stick to the insideof
for more eggs.
many years.
seal of said Court
June 4
appear and be heard at the time described as follows: on terminate services for the
1974. ARE HEREBY notified day. Gratitude is expressed to have chalazas in varying the shell of raw eggs

and place above specified. Mark Moody, his wife and degrees. making it difficult (to remove?
that a Petition under oath
Dated this 1st day of July, A. Commence at the Southwestcorner copy
friends, who voluntarily Why is it difficult to peel Because the eggs are fresher
D. 1974. of said Northwest quarterof Gilbert S. BrownAs of which is delivered to you Marshal To A Chief Of Police

Southwest quarter (NW 1/4 of Clerk of said Court herewith, has been filed in the Appointed By The City Council, cleaned up our lot of limbs, some hard-cooked eggs? Thisis and the white thicker.
debris and weeds left after associated with the fresh- What should be done with an
Board of County Commissionersof SW 1/4)) and run North 89 degrees By: Beulah M. MoodyAs above styled Court for the Providing For Submission Of
the recent violent winds and ness of the eggs reachingtoday's egg having a small blood or
35 minutes 50 seconds East Deputy Clerk permanent commitment of
Bradford County Florida along The Change To The Electorate,
consumers. meat spot? The spot can be
By: Gilbert S. Brown the Southerly boundary thereof a 6/13 4t 74NOTICE CARLOS KEITH JARA a minor And Further Providing For An rain.My older easierto
wife, Dorothy is home eggs are usually easily removed. The eggs are
male child born May 13, 1969, "
Clerk of Said Board distance of 700.5 feet to an iron Effective Date. A copy of the
the oldest for
peel, use wholesome and
from the hospital. Many eggs perfectly justas
1t 714 stake on the Westerly boundary of OF INTENTIONTO to a Placing proposed ordinance may be
all friends for hardcooking.Why good other
thanks to of our as eggs
the of of State Road 200 Agency, for subsequent
right way REGISTER inspected by the public prior to
their flowers are some egg whites although they rarely reach
lovely gifts, ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, for point of beginning.From FICTITIOUS NAME adoption and you are hereby the meeting at the City Hall in ? Thisis
commanded to be and in notes of cheer, and prayers. cloudy or slightly milky consumers. These spots are
appear Florida. All interested
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Hampton, She sends her love and best a normal characteristic of not a sign of fertility. The
the above Court Starke
point of beginning thus Pursuant Section 865.09 at parties at the
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR to may appear wishes to all. fresh eggs. Cloudiness or chances of consumers
BRADFORD COUNTY. described run in a Northeasterly Florida Statutes, notice is Florida at 1:30: P.M. on the 24th meeting on July 18, 1974 and be milkiness merely indicates
fertile intoday's
We meet on July 9 at 1 p.m.in receiving a egg
of 1974 and show
day July, to
direction along said Westerly hereby given that the under- heard with respect to the that carbon dioxide
the Pratt Street Recreation naturally market are extremely
boundary and along the arc of a cause why said Petition shouldnot ordinance.
CIVIL ACTIONGUARANTY signed Johnny L. Kitchens and proposed Center. Let's work together on present in a fresh shell egg rare.
curve concave to the West and C. Route 3 be granted.
John Snodderly, has not
yet escaped throughthe
FEDERAL having a radius of 5674.58 feet a Box 21, Starke Fla.. 32091 WITNESS my hand as Judgeof Shirley Forsyth the many It later problems than facing think.us shell. The white becomes .1IQjllltIGm ;

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSO-- distance of 251.1 feet as measured doing business under the firm said Court and the Seal Clerk Clerk Hampton, Florida today. we clearer as the egg ages. BIC PENS.: ; The Office Shop

CIATION OF GAINESVILLE a along a cord having a bearing of name of K & S TRANSPORTATION thereof this 21st day of June, 1tchg 7/4 -Joe Kerrigan. Why does the egg white I 1'1!) cents and 23 cents.:

corporation, Plaintiff, vs. PAUL North 19 degrees 59 minutes 50 CO." Route 3, Box 21, 1974.

KISH and PAULETTA J. seconds East to an iron stake; run Starke Fla., 32091, intends to

PHILLIPS (formerly Pauletta J. thence South 89 degrees 35 register said fictitious name Wayne M. Carlisle,

Kish) and SLADE HOME minutes 50 seconds West and under the provisions of aforesaid CIRCUIT JUDGE GNEAAL:

SERVICES, INC., a Florida parallel to said Southerly boundarya statute. 6/27 4t 718NOTICE SHARING ACTUAL U.S.E, REPORT

corporation, Defendant. distance of 157.65 feet to an iron Johnny L. Kitchens and JohnC.

stake; run thence South 17 Snodderly, owners. TO BIDDERS General Havltnue Sharing provIdes federal lundsd'rectly' to local and state guv"rn""ls, your government must pub.. h th'jropOrt '

NOTICE OF SUIT degrees 01 minutes 30 seconds Dated this 11th day of June advising you how these funds have been used or obligated during( the year from July 1. 1973. Ihu June 30. 1914.

PROPERTY East a distance of 245.66 feet to A. D. 1974 at Starke Florida. NOTICE is hereby given that the This is to ,inform' you or your governm..n's priorities and to encourage your participation dtlcislons on how future funds

point of beginning. 6/134tp7/4 School Board of Bradford should be spent

To: Paul KishP. County will receive bids for ACTUAL tXPENOIIUAE5 THE GOVERNMENT Of

O. Box 343 to your wife, SHIRLEY A. RICKS providing:
Stoneboro Pa. as a special equity, and you are MAiNrOPERNANCEC( )

required to serve a copy of your "Maintenance Service Contract" ,.. has r.e80..1 Gtln..1 Revenue Sn."nll payment, totalirg
Notice is hereby given for 1 I"J9LIC SAFETY $ $ 13 029.J 3
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat written defenses, if any, to the .
Petition on the Petitioner's sealed bids to be submitted to ;,,'j-J J i'1UPPOTECTION =
attorney Z Er.viIONMENTAI
an action to the following EUGENE F. SHAW School Board of Bradford / S S 7.011 51 during the proud r.oii" '..I I 1. IJ73, ihie Juno SUo; 131.4.
in Bradford for all heating and air conditioning
property County, /
Florida: Attorney at Law, P. O. Box 1086, County, Post Office Drawer 939, and related equipment 3 pU'ILIC Y ACCOUNT NO,1- --4 DU4
Starke, Florida, 32091 until 7 A"'SP'ORTAoTION" 31.3' "'" 0. co
Parcel 7: A parcel of land lyingin Starke, Florida 32091, on or presently In use. Bids will be $ 5 '
on the day of July 11, 1974 LFCFlDFC3) COLiNT'r'
before July 18 1974, and file the
the SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 of received July 11, at 7:00: p.m. in 4 HEALTH
Section 10, Township 7 South, original with the Clerk of this Court for the furnishing labor of all the Board Room of the Ad- S 2.00<' .00 20.:06.78 CHR14 f 6D CF CCr1f1, i iII
materials machinery, and
Range 22 East Bradford either before service onPetitioner's ministration Building on U. S. 'CREATION C)4R) 8
for fill
equipment : dirt, Bradford
immediately S S 2.070.47
attorney or 301
Florida said Starke Florida.Specifications .
County, ; parcel
being more particularly thereafter; otherwise a Operations Center, School STHt-.o: I-LUhIJH .?...2i; : 9i: j
Board of Bradford County e LI9RAo"11S .375.GO
described as follows: default will be entered against you may be examinedat $ ::5
for the relief Starke Florida at which time
demanded in
the superintendent's office 7
Commence at the SW Corner or
bids will be ORIAGEOORPOOR I
publicly opened and
Petition. S 1".72
of said; Section 10 and run in an the office of Don R. Morgan
read aloud. Any bid received
This notice shall be
Architect on Walnut EiINANCIAI
Easterly direction Street. '
along the
each week for four con after the time and date specified A'JMINISHUIOtf $ S 32 4
Southerly boundary thereof a Green Cove Springs Florida. ,7 7 .. CJl
secutive weeks in the Bradford herein will not be considered. I
distance of 3415.5 feet, more or II MuLTIPURPOS5ANOGEStRALGOVT' :'ii-r-:):: : ;. ;?
less, to the Westerly boundaryof County Telegraph Plans specifications and Bid Bond in the amount of 5 per $ :::< ",'} ;:,: ::" ,," ..,:-: :-; .
contract documents be ..
DATED 17 may
this of
day June vto
the right of way of State Road cent of Bid and a Performance : >>
1974. examined in the office of the IOUCATlON i'C= t.fuw:;;; % :
S >>
100; thence North 18 degreesand Bond in the amount of 100 per Yi'OI
Gilbert S. owner (School Board of ., TAUSr FUND AlpO"rDEViLO..INT
35 minutes Brown cent will be required from : ;.: : .
West along said the 11 SOCIAL : :::? ;::
Westerly boundary, a distanceof Clerk of the Circuit Court Bradford County Post Office Bidder and successful Contractor S ',' >' ::-,.::;-:: _: ,, :-i r:>

801.02 feet to an iron stake for By Beulah M. Moody 32091)Drawer 939, Starke. Rorida respectively. 11 HOUSINGS, CO.... ? 'X;:tt: :::J:'{ (CtI III1.nc...oJ., ...30, 1 I13... ... ...$ 158, ::171. 39
) the office of Don
point of beginning. Deputy Clerk' at R. MUNITYOEVlLOPMENT $ 'vy':, ':::'::: ::;::;:Fp
Morgan architect P. A. (Post .
6/204t7/11 6/27 3t 7/11 .., t21 11..01. III.'U: ,.."d. A..d, fm
From point of beginning thus u ,. .y-:: ;::::>:;. :: 157610. 00
described, continue North 18 Office Box 987 Green Cove .COaOMICQ_ ._,.. $ >;::: -h..;:.;: ..., :-..:.:.. $ Joly 1.1973 'h.oogh June 30. 191.?i3: "
Springs Florida) and at F. W.
degrees and 35 minutes West NOTICE TO BIDDERS Dodge Corporation Plan Room NOTICETo OTHiAlSpoc/y'' $ i: i<<;:;:::':: ;::* 131) In'.'." I.'n.d. .... ....... . ...S 2, 743. u 0

along said Westerly boundary, a (Jacksonville, Florida) ::!;::&:::: <:::::i;.*? (HI) Toter Fund.Ava'i.bi..S j

distance of 125 feet to an iron Notice is hereby given for Pans and specifications may All Interested Parties: 151 To'll Aomo..n..nd.d..s-1.l.6..M..L.OO.

stake; thence South 71 degreesand sealed bids to be submitted to be obtained as follows: TOTALS 33360.00 53C85.CO

25 minutes West a distanceof School Board of Bradford Upon receipt of $10 two sets You will please take notice $ $ (Iel .nc..oolJ..30.1t7-4., .. .......$ 202,230,49NONOISCAIMiNAmON

199 85 feet to an iron stake; County Post Office Drawer 939 of plans and specifications for that the City Council of Hamp lIiQUIRt"'E"ri" : HAVE 3UN MoT
,II) CI"'ICA''ON' I U'. Ch..1 4.ceiiv. OM'eo' .nd.
that I
: entity om
thence South 18 degrees and 35 Starke, Florida, 32091 until 7 this project will be forwarded ton Florida on July 18, 1974 at ..,lit I..p.cl 'a ,h. ..."".....'" lunco! ..".,.. .d h.r.m..I.Mify th.t 'h."

minutes East and parallel with p.m. on the day of July 11, 1974 collect. If plans and 8:00: P.M. at the City Hall in h. no ...... u.'" I" vlol.IIOft. 01 tiro Ih. pnally .ao.ndtu'' (I")Ti,. "_a "'eel'. he.. b..." eeI.I.",d ilia i oomph'. copy 01 nh., '

said Westerly boundary, a for the furnishing of all specifications are returned in Hampton Florida will meet and r 1041 euu.m.nt'D', ih Act l5.cton, 103).7 th "m.ichm4" fatale 1"0"0" t5.atuM I sport hu b.." pubh.heel in. loee! "_......., 0' g."....
125 .: I A .ueulnwn I h.... 'ICO'''. d".nll"1llhot .0" ." of, .
distance of feet to an iron J. Ihm moan
materials machinery, labor, and good condition within 10 days be heard on and will consider the V /

stake; thence North 71 degreesand equipment for: paving, Bradford after receipt of bids, the full following ordinance titled "An ,on I. ,. E.1." q

25 minutes East a distanceof Operations Center, School deposit will be refunded. Ordinance Amending Article III Gilbert R._TIrcooln, Clirk Zi 2Ai/L' .nd'h.or.OP..ubll..ulln".C" ....}. te.a
19985 feet to point of Board of Bradford County NOTE: All requests for plans Of The Charter Of The City Of I.r,,,. e-fat2xtwLuw .at.te.P..

begiming.has Starke, Florida at which time and specifications shall be made Hampton. Florida As Pertains To 1 ..-... ..,-........

bids will be publicly opened and through the office of the architect Law Enforcement Relating To

been filed against you and read aloud. Any bid received The Change Of An Elected

r /

I. 1971!) TELKfiltAIMI; I'age; 13J

WTEY By Elizabeth Terry r- jj,7$= '- -l

.. .
CIIUKCII ACTIVITIES setting for a miscellaneous fi - : :_. ',: ":''':' -_, ',,: :'0.: ':';':. '::' '" :" :'. .". : ,,-. "" .. ".. --. ,, ." "'- "., U

Church or God: Sunday shower at the church for Miss :

School, 10 a.m. Worship Susie Milliard, on Friday -
Services, 11 a.m and 7 p.m evening. After playing some CLASSIFIED AD RATES RENT: 2 5 acre farm, block house mobile $ SAVE $ JIMMY MOORE'S

YPE and Prayer Meeting games, the honoree opened 2)) 1 home, cleared, fenced. Sun
Saturday at 7:30. her lovely gifts. Refreshments Deadline for Insertion FOR SALE: fur. FRED DAVIS SportsMORE

Faith Baptist! Church: were then served to the 20 Tuesday Noon preceding them $3 964-5951. 8 acre chicken farm Hampton BOAT FOR
Radio Program over WPXE guests present, Friends of the Thursday before publication. Griff is, Lafayette BUICK GMC TRUCKS- PONTIAC YOUR MONEY TF
Starke, 8 a.m. Sunday Bible honoree were hostesses. Minimum Charge$2.00 New homes low down payment
"A STARKE PH 964-5791
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Mrs. Jack Kuhne, and (Covers 15 Words) : LITTLE RIDE CAN

vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. children were guests of her Each word over IS FOR SALE: All size acreage, with terms I SAVE YOU A LOT" TF COMPLETE OUTBOARD 8t
School on Bible Doctrine sister, Mrs. Wm. Mobley of 10 cents made in : house GREEN COVE SPRINGS SERVICE
Tuesday at Pastor's home. Chieiland Tuesday to at $115 a FRED SACKETT-REALTOR STERN DRIVE
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Thursday.Mrs. All Classified Ads must be utilities, $35 205 N Temale (US-30I) HI(' PK.NS. The Office Shop AND REPAIR

7:30: Bible Study. Shirley Vogler and paid for In advance unless you Ph. 964- 964-6522 I'I! cents mId :2!."> ('('III COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
(Grace United Methodist daughters of New Smyrnawere have an established account Nite 468-1753 REPAIR

Church: Sunday School 9:45: guests of her parents, with the Telegraph, In that I l. CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
a.m. Worship Service 11 a.rn. Mr and Mrs. Doc Mosley, event 50 cents extra chargefor mobile --.-----,---. GLASS FISHING BOATS

Wednesday night Choir Wednesday to Saturday. billing. Not responsible for I limits. J. 440 Acres Bradford County Cash & TiresIt2
Practice, 7pm. United Mrs Fred Moore visited her errors when given over the I I If no Land. See us for liberal terms Carry

Methodist Youth Fellowship, sister, Miss Rachel Boyer, at phone or when copy Is not tfchg. (Brokers invited to cooperate) E CALL
typed and brought to the office PumpsNew
730.: Riverside Presbyterian Home "SEE .
Highland Baptist Church: in Jacksonville last Friday. 3 BR. 2 Baths Masonry cent TIRESFRONT I

Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Louise 1 heat/dir Family Room Closedin I ( J END And UsedSALES I
Morning Worship, 11 Norman were Keystone I
a in. Friday over Garage large lot, excellent a
Choir Practice, 6:30: p.m. night guests of their son and J location. Terms may be I
Evening Service, 7:30.: Prayer daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. arranged SERVICE PARTS
Meeting Wednesday, 7:30: Reggie Norman, of Gulf t FOR SALE l LICENSED : t 964-5800 SERVICE
Hammock. Nova 6 3 BR 1 bath.. Masonry Home DEEP & SHALLOW WELLS
p.m.Nort u"Ide Baptist Church: Mrs Charles Simmons of Infants 2 door. with 3 acres cleared land. t QUALITY TIRES &

Sunday School, 10 a.m.WorshljiServices Atlanta,Ga. and children, and hour, 964 outside City Prominent Paved I SERVICE FOR Plumbing Supplies
: 11 a.m. and Miss Margie Ann Denman and FOR SALE: Have few pieces of Road. I
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Kelly Fields, who spent the old estate Jewelry. See at LOSE : TFN t EXPERT SERVICEON
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. week with them returned l Woodburns Gem Jewelry, 109E. with X-11 Frame House, 4 Lots Paved !-_------...
home Saturday. Mrs Sim- Call St., 6/27 2tchg 74.WATSON'S REDUCE Streets in Starke. Priced at ALL MAKES
','PKKSONALSMrsJoyce mons and children X-Pel, $ I
were 2400000. Terms may be PHONE 964-7061
/ Futch of Black. overnight guests of the ; : j arranged. Adult Mobile

shearGa/ ., and her sister Miss Kuhnes.Mr. 15tchg / I
attended l and Mrs Burt Vander. HOUSEOF VACUUMS --- Home ParkIN Durrance
Elisabeth Terry, the 1 Acre Lot, Outskirts of SUrke
revival; at Long Branch nicer, of Dunellen were Many brands of $5.000.00. Terms.
Baptist Church Maxville, Saturday overnight guests of $39.00 up. Used machines small :
Tuesday night, which was Mr. and Mrs Doc Mosley. from $10. Expert Repairs all Cauley reliable. 49 Lots (Subdivision\ ) in Starke WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD 864-N TEMPLE AVE

conducted by Rev Connie Rev and Mrs. Fonzo makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor After 6 Ready for Development City GROCERY AND NEW
Jolinson! of Jacksonville. Prevatt of Starke were guestsof all vacuums. Built In Phone 473- Utilities Available Builder SHOPPING CENTER
Rev. and Mrs. John Steitz, their brother and sister-in- central vacuum cleaning Developer Invited. NO PETS TF fi'-------
of United Grace Methodist law Mr. and Mrs Carl systems 712 N. Main BILLS JO-LU COURT !

Church and Miss Arthurine Prevatt, Friday evening. Gainesville 3767110. TF SERVICE: : ex- .11.'I'lltl111. .... K. Realtor.
Blanchard visited her sister, Mrs John Petrey and bing and week. 10 d.'i:! \. \\'.\i.\i..rsr. .. U.S. 301 SOUTH
Miss Kit/a Blanchard of children, and her mother-in- ------- -- --- service.. If 533 2185. 'Id. !MlilliJ;| |;I ; PHONE 964-881O i L.P. Gas Co.

M.icclenny: on Thursday after law I1rs.Iarle! Petrey of FOR SALE: 1 spartan trailer in do it. Call

noon.Mr. Arcadia were recent weekend good condition, also 2 house- -- lilt \\(II 0..11-. I{: Serving
and Mrs. Wm. Wolfe guests of her mother, Mrs. keeping rooms for rent come I.a\\1\\ "rim..id.) .
and son Dan of Cape Coral Loca Raulerson. to Underwood Motel or capable I illi.in: ('. "" ."'''''\xsmiaU' United FarmAgenclnc
were Friday overnight guests Mr. and Mrs Monty Ledbetter phone 9647169. 1tp 7/4 Call 964 serving 'I'rl.. 7x'::3xlil\ ; & !III;I-li;"Ii'2' :! RAIFORD
of their mother, Mrs Hester and family and Miss Sandy selling
Hicks and the Glen Shufords, Snyder of Pennsylvania were FOR SALE: Zipper cream peasat HOUSE : un REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER I WALDO
on their way to their son overnight guests of Mrs. Exterior.
farmers market $5
or a
Kobe-it's wedding in Wilming Bryant Reddish on Wednesday bushel at farm, Please bring price.. For office ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS PAUL FAULKNER-BROKER LAKE BUTLER
Ion I DeeRalph 473 4309. office IRENE FAULKNER-ASSOC
own container. Phone I I GRAHAM
Mr and Mrs Laverne 7/4
Futch of Black
964-5156, Seeber Forsyth, FAULKNER-ASSOC
:.Mountain, N.C., spent the Crawford of Starke were State Road 16 West Starke. STARK-E LOUISE MCRAE-ASSOC. Need Gas For
weekend with his aunt. !Miss guests of Mrs Flossie Rosier -- I
7/4 2tp 7/11
last N. Temple 2305 N TEMPLE AVE Cooking ? Heating ?
IIi: za bl'l h Terry. night - - : (lv' 964-5148
:Mr and Mrs. Sam Hicks of Mr and Mrs. Donny FOR SALE: German wire hair Your 3tchg STARKE FLA 964-5O65 Hot Water ?
Chicago, 111. spent a week with Williams! and lamily of Lake male and dealer 8 A.M.9 A.M. 'WANT TO SELL OR BUY
pointer pups
their brother-in-law and City who were camping alStrickland's female, AKC with/ papers 6 -- -- 12 MIDNIGHT 1 AM. REAL ESTATE? For Fust Service

sister Mr. and Mrs Glen Landing months old, $125 each or SAWS CALL US FOR BEST PRICES Call 782;:
Shuford and family. While Kingsley Lake, came by for a I PROSPECTS 3668-
trade for 964-7959
good running car. L
visit with their uncle and __ _
here they went toisit their aunt. 9648426. 7/4 leave at .to. ,
l\lr.and Mrs Hubert Priest 1tp 2 P.M. 5 P.M.
liother-in-law and sister, Mr on Supply J.
-- -- -- -
and Mrs. Wm. Wolfe and Monday Heights. .
FOR SALE: 2 BR, CB furnished .
Mrs Jack Pons and Joey of 13ID 9, 26
family of Cape Coral and -
house. 4 miles OLINS MOBILE HOME
out road 16. SALESHWY.
tame back by Daytona and Tallahassee, brought her FREE: 8
visited another brother-in-law mother Mrs Bryant Reddishand Phone 964 8570. 1tp 7/4 good 100 W. PH. 964.5606 kind>lstl'r.1\lr.and Mrs. Floyd daughter, Mrs. Kay Stephenson - -- - 7/4 furniture .. i ... .
:Martin home Monday and FOR SALE: 75 HP Chrysler'! - Dah- W," IE.. J lilIll ..1 ( Irtl
were their overnight engine 16 ft. boat and trailer. :- .c
guests. ,
:Mrs. Joyce Futch was a tfchg
Thursday dinner guest of her Mr and Mrs Tommy TaHey Good condition Kids lost I WILL KEEP TREE SERVICEALL LARGE SELECTION OF PRE OWNED &

sister, Miss )Elizabeth Terry. of South, Daytona are the interest. Must sell. 473 2210. home from TYPES TREE WORK REPOSSESSED HOMES IN 'JOOD

:Mrs. Futch returned to her. proud parents of a baby boy, tfchg. Walking 74'v BULLDOZIER LANDCLEARINGCOMPLETELY CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
Christopher Shann born June 5882. Itp TF
home in Blackshear.. Ca.! on I
Saturday 28 at Halifax Hospital, FOR SALE: Beautiful finger-tip - SALE INSURED AND LICENSED

:Mrs. Carl Norman and Mrs l Daytona Maternal grandparents bridal veil with tiara headpiece 00000Alan
Uorlene Norman and sons are !Mr and Mrs. J. C. dotted with tiny seed pearls. pound cake ( FREE ESTIMATES-
visited their grandmother, T>e. Sr. Parernal grandparents Used once. Good as new. 24 YEARS EXPERIENCEJAX Baxter
for S3? If -
:Mrs I.issie Starling of are !Mr. and !Mrs. J. B. $35. Phone 473.2210. 7/4 so 768-6522

Jacksonville. Friday a.m. Talley of Starke. - - OR STARKE 964-9935
- -
:Mrs. home with Mrs. lone Songer and her 627INSURANCE Contractor
Starling came FOR SALE: Registered Angus 12 TP / Painting
sister. Mrs Ida LaKose of
Ihl'J1md will spend sometime cows. Heifers and bull calves.J. IF YOU HAVE
with her daughter. Mrs. Napa. Calif. spent the week B. White. Ph. 9646114 or want
Klsie: Norman. with Mr. and Mrs B. Mc- 9646775. tfchg. Jr. City ResidentialCommercial
Mr and Mrs Hermie Culley and grandchildren.
Kelly ------------ 8477.
visited l Miss K'n/a Blanchard Mr and Mrs. Waldo Pringle Trees AT REDUCED RATES 964-5236
FOR SALE: 6 by 9 linoleum
of Worthington Springs \'isitedthe FIRE, BOAT
und AUTO
Carr of
Colley Macclenny .
Pringles' aunt. Mrs. $3 50, 9 by 12 $5.98, 12 by 12
on Sunday alternoon They $11.95 and 12 by 15 $1494up. DOYLE E. CONNER
also visited Mrs. Loca hitten Emma DeJough and their DAHMERS DISCOUNT. make Sale INSURANCE AGENCYTCHG Serving The Starke and Keystone
and Mr. and
nephew niece
of Lake Butler, the same tfchg fitting Heights Area. TF
afternoon. Mrs Eugene Bell of Maxville, women, .
Mrs. Tom and with their sister Mrs. Pierce 7/4 4tp /
Whaley Color
picture tubes only
Crews, on Tuesday afternoon.We ooooooooOc"I
daughters of ille Ga.
Douglasv learn that Mrs. $79 plus labor, whiners: BRASINGTONCADiLLACOI.DSM
the regret to -- -
week with her
mother Mrs Nellis Wilkinson Pierce Crews' brother. G. W Discount. tfchg. MOBILE : OBI LE

sister, Mrs. Boch, Rivers of (;iitiham. ill undergo ... mobile SALES&SKKMCK i; :: ::
: Daisy -- ---- choring
and Lynn. surgery in Bradford coating. Fine selection of Used Cars We Mow All Size :
Taken On Cadillac Trades
: County Hospital on Tuesday.
Mrs Horace Cox of Waldonought LOTS Zoned for mobile homes Service.
Mr and Mrs Russell Wood 2001) N.W.iath: ;i7S-3.un: : Trim & Fertilize
( Edge -
her mother Mrs. Pl and houses. Several sub- Starke Ijl ,d .
l I. were guests of their parents, divisions (
Dinkins home from to choose from. Only Lawns & Flowers
Mr. and Mrs N. K. Wood of GAINESViLLEX2698
Bradford $95 down.
County Hospital. Monthly payments I I-43 .
Stake on Thursday. We are Ft. George Island on to suit your budget. Ph. 468-
Free Estimates
very happy to report that sheis Saturday Mrs Wayne Groves! of 1551 or 9648331. ftchg. t ){ .
much improved.Mr. .
Schofield Barracks Hawaii, 964-8440 After 6PM.Green's .
and Mrs Hermie Kelly Tracle-
arrived l last Thursday For a dayJithas
spent Monday to Thursday at -
I .
visit with her Hwand
p.nents. Lawn Service
their Northside cottage on Church Bedford was Luke the Mrs. E. C Harvey. to be e every FOR bath RENT partly: PLUS TAX a TAG

'--1 _> silaaalaa MK"_(>MK-XMK MK'XMeVMrM|P. businessman'sbusiness month. - - -- -- '
1tp 7/4
i -


KNOW;,I burro Forms ol Cl'.rrmrn./III.0." ,,,,Motor Furnished TO OWN A DRESS SHOP
couple or


I THE LAWby 964-7811. Complete Inventory Beautiful Redwood

Fixtures Complete Training Program

to 100


RepresentativeDistrict ,
home at CALL COLLECT MR. TODD..904/396-1707

25, Washington Bob for 376-4551 OR WRITE HY-STYLESHOPPE
after 5:30: p : at 964- 4222 NW 13th St PO Box 26OO9 .Jacksonville Fla 32218

r< I 1tchg 7/4 Gainesville 8tp7/18.

FOR RENT Carpet, on

The !197.1! : legislature! passed tl.im.iues. IIlIorlll'h'l'!! anIIhreehiItsLitle'tutgertixunu'r "The vital l business I refer to is 962 furnished N. to acre choose lot,

!sales PI' --
First: is Senate Hill 1133:\:\ rules governing game 30% of our trained military bath C. B.
which prcsciibes the per Pl'ol11utionlO heita luk'dinallnussible personnel, an Integral part of FOR RENT: Carpet and All Types of Mobile and BaseC.

1 labeling new'. md .uUertlsmK! copy used in the total force available, at a furnished 15 x 30 [Building Materials] B. Equipment
used telex isiou picture !tulx's. connection therewith und cost of only 5% of the budget." Itchg 7/4 fire place.
A violation! is punishable liS a "requires radio :aid TV announcement I urge you to lend your assist- -- WE BUILD SHOP AND SAVE AT BILL'SBefore
misdemeanor second to indicate that CB In Ex-
of the
ance to the efforts of the FOR RENT: "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
degree the rules tire available at Committee for Employer Sup- bedroom Prices Go Up
Advertising of mcrcmimlise retail outlets or liom the YOUR LOT!: OR OURS'
port of the Guard and Reserveby Broadway.
"I special price when sulk pruniOh IOil a operator. Thepublished signing a Statement :of Itp. 7/4 and mo- FREE ESTIMATES WE HAVE LINEAR AMPLIFIERS
winners list was and out
licient (|uantitie of the Support Pledge Card. Partic- -. -- ,
merchandise; is not available limited to those whose pl'lzes10 ularly during Employer Sup- REMODELING REPAIRS Bill Makes Outdoor Plexiglas Advertising
meet reasonable demand is hove a value of more than $23. port Week. April 16. FOR RENT: / ADDITIONSHOMESeOUGHTSOL.D Signs As Well As Painted Signs

piohibited l by Senate Bill \94.' The I Depaitment of Ix'gul( For Pledge Cards and Information Water built We Also Home of Magnetic Sign Co.BILL'S .
unless! the merchant slates in affairs is required to keep the simply write: Em- location. there also.
the advertisement that inners hat for ti period 011 six 964-5471 / TRADED
ployer Support Arlington. Va. '
month may
limited to un -
quantities( arc
number or dispose of all records and 22202. Or contact your local ; WHAT I ACREAGE FOR SALE
approximate Guard or Reserve unit FOR RENT: 1 964-8346 Starke Florida
unless he provides 11 "rain lists. 964-68S3
check" In addition to actual (For any further Information EMPLOYER SUPPORT OF apt. YOU 331 North Temple AvenueJuly
'6947. Itp HWY. 3O1 TF
Representative Frank .
damages, u civil action/ mayinclude contact -
William ':'" --':'" -----
claims_ for punitive

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1(1( TELEGRAPH July 4, 1971

1 New Land Use Report Given Count

.I L .,
A 255 page preliminarydraft our academic resources and and maps on: population
of Bradford County's skills to but in the composition, location and necessary to get to a desired means of maintaining
help you, us there. Thus because if building codes; private
planning is the become nightmares cleanliness (that is: sewage
laird use plan was presented to end, the job is yours alone." growth trends, economic future. restrictive covenants in
process of deciding on one or we ignore the impact our clean drinking water and
the Bradford County Zoning To be equal to the task, to patterns and development more actions have deeds; and taxation. The
possible courses of present on our refuse collection);
Board last Tuesday, June 26. accept and meet the challengeof potential, housing conditionsand action and future, risk GOALS community needs to decide
weighing the we creating 5)) Promote a diversified
The land use study the future will require an patterns, and informationon "Planning is not a "oneshot" what kind of future land use
probable outcomes of problems beyond our control balance of living areas,
culminates a year's effort ingathering informed citizenry, armed man-made and en- choices." ." operation. It is a con- ,and pattern they would like to
employment areas
and compiling amass with the knowledge to enable vironmental resources and tinuous process that requires move toward, and then these
of historical, statistical, the county to arrive at the best difficulties.The "Citizens GROWTH feedback, modification, and recreational areas while' land control mechanisms can
and their and the
protecting enhancing
data and solution and future information was updating as desires and
present be used to implement this
governments must select "Today, we must begin to'plan value of private
information on Bradford problems as they arise is thereport's analyzed and used to producea conditions change. The spiritof property policy.i .
those future
( ounty and its four stated objective.With preliminary land use sketch necessary actions that our course the planning process In- resources; today's world we must
municipalities.Supplementing. that objective in view plan.This. will move them from the because the growth problemand volves the determination of 6) Protection (and creation) i realize that we are riding in
the accumulated the Telegraph re-prints in this research and planning present into their desired. the increasing scarcityand where you want to go and the of opportunities to insure the same boat. Each of us
research material, issue the introduction to the effort was aided by the world of tomorrow. misuse of our non- best means of getting there normal family life, the chanceto should have a right to help
government officials and ten chapter basic research cooperative spirit and good "Planning wouldn't be renewable resources in There is the need to develop a get a good education! job design the boat, plot its course
work of the citizens of necessary if the world never Florida demand a future public policy statement and a good community spirit
been Land
leading citizens have document of the Use and speed. But, no one has the
the Bradford County and its changed and it was the way vision. reflecting the desires and will and life;
interviewed throughout
hole in the
right to bore a
we wanted it to be. But the "People throughout this
of the citizens of this 7) Promote the developmentof
Dr. Robert H. From time to time, as municipalities. county.
all. The
year by space bottom and scuttle us
world does change and state and asking,
we county are
are You, the citizens must ask civic pride and assurance ofa
Heighten, Planner in Charge permits in future issues, other implementation of planningcan
constantly faced with "How shall we ?
one grow
PLANNING"As and reasonable amount of
the will be carried the yourself your government
and other members on articles on be used to protect us and
staff of the Urban and different subjects containedand each day passes we are problem after another. We Growth can bring new job leaders questions like "Whatare beauty in the environment of to insure our freedom of
Regional Development Centerat covered in each of the 10 faced with more crises and cannot stick our heads in the opportunities, higher stan- our goals? What do we, the the community;
sand, fail to take action, and dards of living, but like a choice.
of Florida. increasing shortages in citizens of the county and 8) Protect the right of
the University chapters. "The cooperative spirit of
hope things will remain in the sword it has another edge.
research needed resources. We are told municipality, want our privacy;
The basic of Bradford
document prepared from the INTRODUCTION: to plan ahead. If we do it may past. The world is changing Growth can also bring energy futures to be like? How can we 9) Provide a practical, the citizens should be encouragedto
be to avoid the and our lives are effected by shortages water pollution, the flexible'plan for total County
mass of information is In June of 1973, Bradford possible sowing allow greatest flexibilityfor com- continue because you must
seed of our future problems.But decisions made by other overloaded sewers and more individual freedom of munity development from
historical I it tells where and its four in- No
: County
for yourselves. one
people and other countries. Do taxes to meet increased needs which local
has been of what is planning? The choice and still cooperate? elected officials
Bradford County ; corporated municipalities we want to control our lives, for all kinds of public facilitiesand and else can plan for you. We can
word is used and is governmental
and agencies
now widely
"Ideally intentionally a
tells where the Law
factual: it Brooker, Hampton ley or let other only offer our view from the
.people and services. And, the
as wedely misused and should reflect the desiresof may make meaningful
county is; positive: it suggestsand and Starke contracted with plan outside and use our academic
problems control us? Wheredo problems of growth won't decisions
misunderstood. go the on the county andmunicipalities'
community involvingas
the best
recommends the Urban and
Regional and skills to help
we begin? Most of us begin We must face them in a resources
future, and Development Center at the "Planning is not new. We all away. many citizens as possible in growth; but in the end, the job is
by dreaming. rational and you
Through orderly manner.
10)) Protect and
finally it's a challenge: A University of Florida and the know we must plan our family the decision-making process. promote in alone."
challenge to every citizen of Department of Community budget if we want to get planning we can direct our While there are no simple or Planning should be public and any other way the com- yours
energies to making these quick solutions, the of munities'
the county because it says: Affairs, Division of Technical ahead. Planning begins whenwe dreams process follow the democratic health, safety and
come true. Without planning can help produce the welfare.
AVe must plan for ourselves Assistance in Tallahassee for ask ourselves what we do process. This could be done by
planning our dreams could orderly and efficient growth
don't want futures to formation of
; No one else can plan help in local planning. or our a county-wide

tor You We can only offer our This assistance was be. We must decide where we 1IIf"i! ; <''''{'">!!" ""''J' "_. .....,,"...,"" '.,,"fIE -----r planning and zoning board LAND USE PLANNING
view from the outside and use designed develop basic data want to go and the road to takeR r ,K 7k lbt rig lkr ; with representative groups of "Land use planning is the
citizens from all the starting point for building a
municipalities and the county. comprehensive plan. It
This planning and zoning provides baseline data and
board would give public of- information on the types of
ficials the needed informationon uses land is put to, the amountof -
I I citizen goals to help in land necessary for various
-frL7 making their daily decisions. aspects of community life A.k
"These goals or policies (e.g. residential, business,
& would set the basic education, religious, Charley
: framework and informationfor recreational, industrial, and
asking and answering other social activities and the
I 4f'1tirA questions of alternative location of these various land E.
courses of action. uses. Land use planning not
7.na. "Which alternatives do we only examines the present JohnsAbout
choose? How much will it costif patterns of land use but also
thJ we do take a particular the problems stemming from
center much do the present patterns of
family alternative? How we usage. This Question:
lose if we don't? How much "Working with population
will we benefit as individualsand studies economic projections, "It just dawned on me my
communities if we do or and the physical aspects of the landlord's fire insurance
do not attempt to accomplishour environment, the planner can wouldn't cover

(}Jm J l! m0 0f (OppQ! The goals general?" goals of that produce will a provide future land the use needed plan sonal belongings my in per-the

SHOPPING developing and following a new space for expanding apartment I rent. My
U.S. 301 South Starke Fla. land use plan should be, the activities as the community clothing, jewelry, camera
CENTER summary states, to: grows. Using the same data, sports equipment, phontf-
1)) Encourage appropriateand he can devise possible meansof TV !set, etc. must be worth
best use of land, based on meeting new problems that $1500 at least. What kindof

knowledge, and of topography soil citizens.might crop Additionally up for ,future land insurance should I haveto
Prices Good July 3rd and 4th Only drainage existing
sly,'r :te3f conditions; use planning attempts to cover both theft and
2)) Protect and conserve increase the comfort, con damage?"
natural resources such as venience, and prosperity of
t N, r water, soils minerals, and the community."Land Charley E.
100 Ct. 9"Paper forests; use planning should
3)) Protect the citizens from not be confused with land use JOHNS AGENCY I
50c accident hazards and excessive controls. There are many
Plates noises; different mechanisms for land 131 SO. WALNUT ST

4)) Protect the communityfrom use control such as: zoning, PHONE 9R4-5O7O
diseases and insure sub-division regulations;

51 Ct. 9 oz. .. a

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Styrofoam Cups 44 Pkg. Before., andAfter., ( 'V1 THERE'STIME

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Gaiety 160 CountNapkins Last October The Telegraphran Superintendent James
the photo at top with an Wainwright is very grateful \
C appeal to the public to help I fill for this cooperation on the
28 the empty book shelves at the part of the public and wishesto
new Correctional Center in the express his appreciation for TO
old Anderson school building this gesture of good will and
Pkg. southeast of Lawtey. interest in the Center.As .
Results of the appeal were
spontaneous and have been shown in the photograph,
very gratifying, as is shown in however, there are still a few SHOPWITH
vacant spaces of the shelves,
photograph at bottom. The
35 c empty snelves are now almost and all persons who have
Paper Towels filled with books and maga- books to donate to the Center
zines donated by the public ,library are invited to bring
Roll and brought to The Telegraph them to the Bradford County
office for delivery to the Telegraph or to the Center at %
10 Lb Hardwood Center. Lawtey. ,

7I I I \ '

Charcoal 1 50 Lee Drawdy CandidateFor US I


Gulf\ 1/2 Gallon 1BV Clay Commission HOW MANY DIFFERENT KIND OF THINGS CAN :

c Lee also believes that his

Charcoal Lighter 7 f I experience Clay County's and familiaritywith govern- YOU BUY IN THE GADGET DEPARTMENT OF

Ea. i ment and its growth needs,
will enable him to present and YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD HANDY-WAY STORE?
serve all the citizens of Clay
18 Inch With
Folding Legs Count .

$ 7 7 Lee s active involvement WOULD YOU BELIEVE
includes chairman of the Clay

Portable Grill 2 County Zoninn Commission, Razor Blades and Wrapping Twine. .
president of the MethodistMen
Ea. of Orange Park United Corn Skewers and Cheese Cloth .

Methodist Church, charter Hose Nozzles and Bobby Pins. .

5 Web Green president of Clay County Dog Collars and Dental Floss. .
Young Democrats and 4-11 Pancake Turners and Panty Hose. .
4iI" as a youth.
$ 999Ea I lie is a graduate of the Mothballs and Motor Oil. .

LawnChair University of Florida and Light Bulbs and Baby Bottles .
Lee Drawdy currently is employed as the
executive director of the .and Gas and Electric Burner Bibs.

Lee Drawdy, current Florida.Piping Industry of Northeast GAS AND ELECTRIC BURNER BIBS???/

Matching, 6 WebChaise chairman of the Clay County

$ 7 7 Zoning nounced last Commission week that he, will an- Sure, why not? And we've got hundreds more

5 qualify as a candidate for the : Ready for your selection every day of the week.
Lounge District 2 seat on the Clay !l.@llf1llff? :
County Commission in the
28 Qt. fellow Clay County citizens many to I KETURMINii: o TO

help provide leadership and SPAINsTRUCgglaPS: off

77c County's direction future needed were for cited Clay by MtYLAMOOJULY 13.I7JJ.
Ice Chest
Styrofoam his Lee candidacy.as the main reasons for HandqWaqFOOD

"Because of
Clay County's
Gold July 4th accelerated growth, today's
15cSparklers problems will not necessarily
be tomorrow's problems," .
and says Drawdy, "Our decisions STORES 1100PM.
29 today will determine CIa TO
? 17 Of ITS At srPs
County's successful future, ,w'Weac L.01TI EVERY
he added.