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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 11, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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BUTLER "There are two things we're goingto

J do. We're going to court to get the federal governmentto

withhold these funds until our demands are met and

l we'll be back to the board and you might as well know \
now that the parents of these children will hold them out

of school until these demands are met," James

Washington told the Union County School Board Tuesday,

July 9, at the conclusion of the Board's reply to a list of

grievances presented at last month's regular meeting of

the Board.

Washington, of Jacksonville, state president of the

Sports Cars -, rt.1' Tilt> Only Thing That C 0 Zoom Southern Christian Leadership Conference, and Wayne .n
Green, Lake Butler's local chairman, together with a
This parcel of land located across! from Bradford Square) At noon Wednesday the assessor's office had issued :38 delegation of about 150 members of the Union County
Shopping( Outeroomrd upward, on the tax roll as full-value complaint forms asking. reconsideration and a check of "
black June 4 the board with 't.-
presented a
assessments were announced recently Tax Assessor iene. figures and 32 petitions asking to be heard by the Board of community on
Long .reports that this property sold fur more than J-'no per Adjustment on July 23: beginning at 9 a.m. in the county com petition signed by about 500 persons which raised the First to qualify Tuesday' for II75: cminlv political i Ie"Irs. < -
highway frontage foot. mission meeting room of the courthouse. issue of the non-employment of black personnel in the were. :\ Pat Spengler. who seeks a school hoard. "...1 I .mil,
Union County school system, particularly classroom Hampton's lIa'oldall'l's., making imotlier ti\ ;il (ill nl'l>itrict
teachers. I county commission being vucnleil t li\. iiutiinlienl I ililtiAllen. '

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In addition to the petition a customary and traditional
School Board To Receive. list of eight alleged grievancesfrom salute to the colors during the
the black school com pledges.
munity was directed at the Following the prayer of
school board with a demand Hev Henry Jones pastor of More Severe
that each grievance be an- the First Baptist Church at
swered by the Board at the KaiCord. Chairman Ray
Reworked ScheduleA regular meeting on Tuesday Crawford called the meetingto
Salary July 9.With. order and gave the floor to
the meeting room at Wayne Green one of the
the county courthouse filled to spokesmen for the delegation."We Natural Gas
capacity the limited seatingall
revamped! teacher salary from $500 to $700 which Temple is a $10,900 teacher which the school board taken up, standees, two are here to get some
schedule will be presented to "won't be as much as anticipated recently switched to the matches. The state retirement and three deep against the answers. We want some answer
the Bradford School Board ," says Supt. Temple. Florida\ Retirement System. system next year picks up walls and the spill-over about hiring some black
tonight <( 7 p.m. in a special meeting on we've run into in finalizingthis to $12,480 for the upcoming employee has been contri- hallway adjoining the meetingroom Crisis
Supt. Cason, for
speaking
education spending plans for salary schedule..." the school year. The same teacher buting for a total of eight the board meeting got
the board said "Our
the 1973.76 term. superintendent insisted, still on the Florida Teacher's adds another under employ-
percent plus one ,
way. ment practices are not discriminatory ; gas curtailmentwill l-OUIp.il s IK U -( In Still putting basically referring to some $115,000 in Retirement System and percent. Supt. James Cason as claim. We be more severe in the t through I 1978!>
$110.000 in instructional salary retirement benefits which drawing $10,900 will draw a "There is nothing fair aboutit. opened you
ahead than at the The
the meeting with a pledge of have always followed the years commissioner r. MI" <
increases the reworked from teacher'spay. total of $11,760 including all There is do "
formerly came nothing we can allegiance to "Old Glory" practice of securing the best present lime W J. Smith advised in :Nnicmliei. l'i.' n d
salary schedule puts most of but which now must be benefits a difference of$720 in about it. That's a state law" charge of (the proposed! curtailim' ,i
hanging on the back wall of available people for any vice-president in "
the two retirement .
the increases toward the the board in systems.The
picked up by Temple says. Sales the Florida natural
the room. It was noted that position to be filled withoutregm'd tor Gas gas on the til\ m
middle and end of the addition to the salary under a "I've done all I'm dowith
top gonna
Transmission Co.. told Starke Icrruptiblecontlact Ini.i
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teacher retirement certain members of the black to race sex, color or i
schedule, or gives new state law.Example it. I've through it
more gone
system requires the employeeto delegation including some of creed. city commissioners Tuesday. ol 177 days lor the M.I i
money to experienced cited by Supt. contribute 614 percent (From Page 5) it's leaders, failed to give the (See Page 2)) July 2. as he presented the beginning January: I. 1971)
teachers Supt. Jim Temple .:\.AVC.: .. .Uf...h..I"... "..I.I.,. .'..I. ran i
said. His staff was just finishing -
(ailment culls lor 274 d.ivs III
reworking the schedule 1I73! 2j'j(! in ( 2!< ; '
days 1H7/i. : J5 I day sin
late Tuesday afternoon. 6 For School Posts l 11177 and :315: days in I' 7K
Salaries on the schedule to Qualify County ,
be presented the board tonight "AVe realize this torn
range from $7,400, $50 for a ___ muiiicalion is not lei r> en
up -
couraging and that the lill'rA\
beginning Hank 3 (bachelor'sdegree With the qualifying period school board to be contested! All three seats on the School of School Board Member position to the post from crisis is a major concern ol'
) teacher to $10,900 for in the Board will be contested with Residence District No. I 1. Arthur Gaskins, 39ho
First
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the same teacher with 16 only 24 hours old up to noon September the entire tuition \\l' .n'e
years experience, an increaseof Wednesday, five candidates Primary. incumbent Blaine Thompson qualifying and drawing op- resides on SIt-225. t + l however doing every: thing
$505 according to Supt. know possible to increase out
chances til providing a sub
Temple.The first salary schedule 2 Veteran Councilmen Won't RunTwo 3 3n stanlial portion" ol your I lui-l
Smith said
drawn by the staff two weeks requirements.
ago called for across-the- # r- The commissioners were
board $4)0() raises. But the veteran Starke city .vi generator for the city power Toughest problem the city } then requested to cnnsuft'rproposal .1.
schedule was redrawn more commissioners, Orie Wiggins, plant Councilman Wiggins has to face in the forseeable by the to
along lines requested by a dean of the council and Neil had the honor of switching the future. Wiggins thinks, is a participate in the company search lor.
which Tucker completing his fourth new 3,300 K\V Worthington continuation of the fuel crisis
teacher committee more natural gas in they ear"\
made suggestions to the term, have announced within unit on for the first time last and a lack of natural gas to ahead.
county school staff. the past week they will not month, ending a three year run the power plant."I Smith said that the com
Included is $10,000 to $15.000 seek re-election in the upcoming struggle for the new unit 1 have a lot of friends in pany's "advance J payment)
lor raises for instructional September 10 city "There never was any real Starke: that's for sure. They I program" approved b> the
personnel on 12 months duty. election. issue other than that," have been very loyal throughthe Federal Power Commission
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Administrators will receive "I 1 thought it over from c yI4 Wiggins says, recalling the years, and I appreciate allows the company: to ml-
every angle,"and I thought it 1964 bond issue for which he that. If they hadn't. why I vance funds to their producersin
was time.... stated Wiggins, wouldn't have been there the '
fought to purchase the city's so search lor new natural
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nh now 67, completing "
long, states Wiggins. gas deposits. By the additionof
: Wgmn 16th year on the council. The
UlJ1l.J a small surcharge to be
Tucker cites the
dean of the commission has power plant
added to the
'$:!-i: been a steady proponent of an 1 expansion faced while as the on biggest the council.crisishe J, T. Parrish cost for natural city's gas present II ollidinsul"e
; r independent city government School Board
+ rd 'r the city's
-W.. : mJr I IJ He was elected just after the participation
;:: I": and of the city power plant
- ,.' Eddie Allen can't in any new found deposits
# campaign
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: ... ir'?;lf major contributor to the city council agreed to purchase the
;;;,!--: ."" on torn up knee; won'trun. coffers. first Worthington generator in "That seems as if the city
'!rmif; %:.. Tucker completing his 1964. but still had to vote to could be \
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:r-..: and one incumbent had laid eighth year on the council, is pay for it. Tucker sees the ..i+ 'ommissioner.:
d; their money on the line at the leaving to devote more time to 4 natural gas shortage and increasing r aid.
office of Clerk Gilbert Brownfor his business and family. He costs as major "Oil exploration has always
two seats on the county doesn't feel he can devote suf problems now facing the city been a risky business. Some
Join the Jogging Club commission and three on the ficient time to the city govern The present mayor-com .VL \\ellscome through and others
Tuesdays 7:30p.m.BHS : ment, his family, and accounting missioner Tucker has chairedthe don't." replied Smith. "We
Track Field business. Nell Tucker wheeling for council three years. have just completed drillingtwo
"The problems that are votes in bygone election During his eight years the wells at Jay, Florida at a
----- going to face the City of Starke to his third term and has council, he remembers cost of over a million dollars
from now on, in my judgment, served continuously for the fought against increased tele- apiece and came up with
MethodistVacation will be of a magnitude that it past 12 years. His 16 years of phone rates and killed a driveto nothing. On the other hand we
Church School is going to take many hours of service to the city are double put an apartment complexin have made three discoveriesin
July 14-19,7-9 p.m. work I just don't feel I have the years of any council the middle of a residentialarea other areas in the last two
that kind of time" Tucker member, and equal to veteran Council Dean Orle Wiggins on northwest Starke. months.
----- states, although not closingthe City Clerk Merrill Edwards. stepping out after 16 years. Starke is growing. Tucker Smith said that 28 of 42 cities
door on future elections. Tucker was elected in me first points out predicting a sub- had already signed
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST Worthington generator a stantial increase in populationin agreements of participation in
rlf Wiggins is completing his when he won over incumbent 3.000 KW unit in the first
Vacation Bible School 16th year on the council, ending Billy Noegel. There was no in the next few years."I the program and that the
July 1S-19, *-11:10a.m.: a career which saw him opposition for his Group 3 seal power plant expansion do sincerely thank all the monies collected on the
first serve the city in the 40's. in 1968. In 1970 Tucker beat many,years. people who supported me. I Maurice Edwards surcharge would be used to
c.wi..y.f He was elected to another Titus Olson 736-582; in 1972 he The recent bond issue which appreciate their confidence In School Board pay interest on loans advanced -
( term in 1958-60. Wiggins was beat Jimmy Bowen 795769. purchased the second Worth- me. I have tried to serve to the to producers in exploring
the (IJummuntta&tate! beaten by 13 votes in I960 by a Tucker's early campaigningwill ington generator was "contro- best of my ability" Tucker H.A. Lawson 'incumbent, for new natural gas
Bank young businessman Carl probably be rememberedby versial because part (of the states. and now representing School deposits.The .
Lamar Johns, in a year in some city residents council) wanted it, and part Three city commissionposts Board District 2 had not commissioners took no
A. N.N.. .. ........ u. which a strong Jaycee organization because he rode a bicycle doorto didn't."I are up for grabs, but no qualified up to noon Wednesday action on the proposal but l>
T. t2O.OOO kr pushed a youth move door. just had to keep on until newcomers had announced for Pat Spengler, 48, a agreed! to give it a\ furlhci
..eoIond D..r __ c-: Arthur Gasklns ment. Both men have worked hardin they came around,' Wiggins them at press time Wednesday twenty year resident of study within the licit 1 lew
School Board In 1962 Wiggins WI elected the past few years for a new recalls. (See Page 2) days.

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: Union- Blacks Continue Demands . . 6 Qualify" .".".."....Seeber.".."...D.....Goodman..."..".'..drew....' 4 Qualify In Union County I

(From Page 1)) be used for the improvementof "It's been reported to us that menu that they do not like in (From Page 1)) -
the that's using particular. 'Rotten food' or opposition from two can- re-election in September
those below a level reading you are one qualified in and
"As far as we can determine ability. It's designed for a the word 'nigger'." contaminated food, as you didates. J.T. Parrish, 34, who Four contenders two commission Pamela Bolls Thomas has
there is no black classroom maximum of 120, most of "Well, you're wrong. Can infer, makes a person ill and resides on SR-100, eight miles Union County for qualifying, : announced that she will be
teachers in the system. Now, whom are black.2) ." you bring me documented we have had no such sickness west of Starke and Maurice Tuesday seats as, July 9, at seeking the District 1 seat now
if that's not 'racist' then I "More black bus evidence to back up your caused by contaminatedfood. Edwards, 44, of Starke. opened held by Mobley.
understand the statement?" asked Cason. ." high noon. Candidates will have
don't meaningof drivers in the school system: Commissioner until
the term," Washington Here, again our employment -5)) "Discrimination 7)"Inclusion) of black his- I I', .1, dpm Incumbent Goodman had Incumbent District 2, Tuesday, July 23, at noon to
replied. practices are applied without against black students by not tory in the school's \ lot qualified up to Wednesday Gerald Griffis, oppositionfrom qualify\ for the September 10
and drew
"How many black classroom regard to race, sex, color or allowing them to take text- curriculum: Black history is \ loon. qualified J. (Bobby) first primary election.
teachers do you have in creed and we welcome books home for study: An already a part of our social 1 Two seats on the coumy Robert Uaiford.
_ the system? And, we demandan anyone to make application." emphatic no. This board has studies program. Special commission to be contested in Anderson of present
answer," Washingtonasked. -3) "Stop expelling and expulsion never entertained any such courses on black history have the September primary are The Board's Incumbent J. 3 Area StudentsOn
of black students: policy at any time. Any been taught and "Black presently held by Incumbent chairman, qualified for Denn's List
Smith,
"I've already explained our There has been no discrimin- student black or white, is in History Week" has been George Roberts Jr., Felton term from
employment practices and ation here. Suspensions and fact, encouraged to supple- observed as a part of our : representing District 2 and another four-year Opposing him will At Valdosta State
4.
there's no point in going into it expulsions in our system are ment their classroom studies history program. Eddie Allen, the incumbent District demons, from the
again, simply for the sake of based upon the misbehavior with a home study program, "We want to see the additionto member from District 4. be Archie section of Union Three area students of some
argument," Cason said. problems of the individual, and no student has ever been the program of courses in- Allen announced Providence 545 students have been namedto
Eddie .
Turning to the board bo and the person's color does not disallowed the use of a text volving the lives of Randolph, County.No through the Dean's List at Valdosta
that he would not qualified
Wednesday has
remarked "Talking to him is enter into the decision. Let me book at home or anywhereelse. Bethune, James W. Johnson ,, on for the three State College for the spring
like talking to that wall over quote from the latest avail- ." and particularly Martin be a candidate for reelectionto Wednesday noon Board. quarter, according to Dr. W.
R- the School Up
there." able records supplied by the -6)) "Improve the quality of Luther King, Washingtonsaid. : his District 4 post, and said seats contention on in the Sep-- Ray Cleere, vice presidentand
Union County has three State Department of Educa- diet and the charge of 'rotten "I wish to thank the voters of for will be the dean of faculties.
black employees in the school tion for all counties. During food': The grading system on -8)) "The observance of .A Bradford County for lettingme tember election held by Incumbents Spring quarter Dean's List
system. A bus driver a music 1972-73 there were only 17 sus- school lunches for the state is Martin Luther King's birth- \.* .-: I b'--.l.bJil.: be your county com- seats now Thomas G. students are: Gary Ross
instructor and a guidance pensions in Union County 64 percent. Union County has date or assassination date in Blaine Thompson missioner for four years. Dueto District: 1 Donald G. Bement and June Ellen Hardy
counselor. eight of whom were black." been awarded a grade of 83 Union County schools: No knee surgery I will be Mobley, ; and from Starke and Stephanie
School
Board District 3, Hay
Cason then went on to replyto --4)) "Stop using derogatory percent on their school lunch county in the state has any unable to be a candidate for Dukes Lynn Bannister from
each of the eight terms such as the word'niggers' program. Far above the state such observance of anyone's Bradford County, paid the fee re-election this term." Powell District 5. Keystone Heights.
grievances: In my opinion that average. As for the charge of birthdate. In Union County and qualified for the District 2 Qualifying for the District 4 Mobley and Powell have Freshmen and sophomoresare
-1)) "With reference to Title word is used mostly by the 'rotten food' being served. only one such birthdate is seat Harold E. Waters, 35, announced that they"ill seek required to have a 3.3
1 funds: This is not new to blacks themselves in speakingto That's ridiculous. The board observed and that is the birthof School District 5, who post resides on the Carl Johns ............................ grade point average out of a
now
Union We have been blacks and is not of has had valid our Lord and Savior Jesus
County. oilier never a com- Incumbent George Roberts possible 4.0 and
said
represented by incumbent Road east of Hampton upperclassmen -
using those funds for years prevalent 1 usage in the plaint on any such charge. Christ.
and have another applicationin system." Rotten food' is just an expres- "As Jesus Christ was born ............................. "If elected I will serve all the in the District 2 commissionseat must attain a 3.5
people of Bradford County had not qualified up to average in order to be namedto
for The will told Cason. sion used the kids in of a virgin to redeem the soul
40000. grant Washington' by was born of woman to redeem fairly and honestly." noon Wednesday. the academic honor list
referring to an item on the of man, Martin Luther King America, and we of the black
community consider his birth

Bible Answers:: 301 1 DRIVE-IS*' .. i Jesus equally.Christ as important," Washingtonstated. as that of R


STARKE, FLA. ADMISSION Following the conclusion of
CAN A WOMAN BEA PREACHER? PHONE 964-7484 OVER 12 YRS, Cason's remarks to the eight &
SHOWTIME 8:45 $1.25 grievances Washington said, :
"We're going to court to get
No. A preacher is to teach with all authority (Titus 2:15): ). A the federal government to
woman may teach(Titus 2:3): )butunder authority. (II I Tim. 2:11): ) FRI.SAT.SUN.MON.TUES.JULY withhold the funds in Union
The head of woman is man. I Cor. 11:3): ) It is not lawful for a County and you might as well
woman to teach, nor usurp authority over the man. (II I Tim. 1213141516DOUBLE know that we are asking the f
2:12): ) For this reason a woman may teach in a position of parents to hold their childrenout lttD :
subjection (such as over women and children); she may not FEATURE of school until our family center
teach over man which would be the case if she preached. THIS IS ADVENTURE'S LAST STRONGHOLD! demands are met. -

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Any time a woman assumes this relationship she shows and the golden acupuncture needles FLORIDATHEATRE
disrespect for man, and also for God who forbids it. It is d with the power to rule the world. Iru OQOED( !) ( (1CJQQ! (
regretable that so often men set aside God's will in order to r
have their own way. ((2 John 9)).

JOE DON BAKER. U. S. 301 SCHE NPTG Starke Fla.


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Ceremony To Join May Crawford


Couples In Lawtey School.Baptist Mr. Starling Vows July ExchangedOn 3rd C Sfovial SPideQtady @! f71te Jr wJ !


graduated from BHS in 1970

and is employed at DuPont. Wooty Society dilor 964. 7608
Mrs. Kay Hart Crawford, f ,
They will be married in a daughter of Mrs. W H. Hart -.---- .. ----------
double ceremony performedin and Michael May, son of Mr.
the First Baptist Church of and Mrs. J. C. May of Gaines Alvarez Family
Lawtey at 8 p.m. Friday, July ville, were united in marriageon Millie Rose Dicandio Becomes Bride Of Minton L. Jones In Church Of God
tT 19, at which time Miss Loretta Wednesday, July 3, at 8 Reunion HeldThe
Ann Starling, daughter of Mr. p.m. at the home of the bride's 4 branched candelabra with pearls. She carried a nosegayof
c and Mrs. Charles G. Starlingof mother on East Call Street in burning white tapers flankedby pink, blue and white car- of J.M.
Lawtey,will exchange vows the presence of a few close two arrangements of white nations.A family '
with Andreu James Harvey of relatives. Elder Jesse gladioli and pink and white Alvarez and Lucia Sharp
reunion on
r Perry, son of Rev. and Mrs. Branson of the Church of mums, and potted ferns. reception was held in the Alvarez held a
Christ of Latter the front of the altar June 30 at the Graham cottageon
E.C Harvey of Lawtey.All Jesus Day Across church recreation hall which
Saints officiated.The was a garland of pink and was decorated for the occasion Kingsley Lake.
friends and relatives of ltd t te white dogwood. with branched candel-
the two couples are invited to bride wore a floor N Y Mrs\ Gracie Turner, abra with burning tapers and Those attending from out-of-
attend the ceremony. length gown of yellow dotted organist, and David Edding, arrangements of white chrysanthemums town were Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Swiss and carried a nosegayof soloist, presented a programof Montieth and sons, David and
CorbettWittMarriage white daisies and yellow nuptial music. Ralph, of Thomasville, Ga.;
roses. The groom's stepfather, Mrs David Eddmz greeted Mr. and Mrs. G.J. McGriff.
Dean O'Neal, attended as best guests at the door and kept the Jr, Josh and Kathleen, of
Set The matron of honor was I man, and the ushers were Jim bride's book. Mrs. J. W Gainesville; Mrs. Roselyn
Brenda Holmes Mrs. Glendal Kemp and the Willette and Otha Miller. Denmark stood at the head of Rhodes and son, Steve, of
The marriage of Robin best man was William Dorris, Miss Sandy Jones, niece of the receiving line. Eustis: Mrs.Joalyce Williamsand
Mrs. Carolyn Holmes of Corbett, daughter of Mr. and both of Ocala.The bride's son, the bride, attended as maid of daughters, Deidre and
Starke and John Holmes of Mrs. T.J. Corbett of Lawtey, Kevin, also stood with the honor wearing a pink chiffon The bride's table was Amanda, and Dick
Cross City announce the and Joe Witt, son of Mr. and attendants.A gown and pink veil. She covered with a white lace Wohlgmuth of St. Petersburg;
engagement and approaching Mrs. Ormond Witt of Lake reception was held right ca tried a single red rose and cloth and centered with a Mr. and Mrs. John Spenglerand
marriage of their daughter, City, will be an event of after the ceremony with about single carnation with red three-tiered wedding cake son, Gray, of Gainesville;
Brenda Carol, to Joseph Saturday,July 20, at 7:30: p.m.In 25 relatives attending.The streamers. decorated with pink and blue Mr. and Mrs. Hank Graham of
Vernon Starling, son of Mr. the Heilbronn Springs couple is residing in :Misses Pearl and Darlene roses topped with a bride and Anchorage, Alaska; Mrs.
and Mrs. Vernon Dick Baptist Church.All Ocala. .qh"G: Rhoden served as brides- groom. Mrs. Bob Jones and Bertha Fuller, and Mrs.
Starling of Lawtey ,. \. maids, wearing Navy blue Mrs. George Owens cut and James Herring and Shawn of
Miss Holmes is a 1974 friends and relatives are Parham Family ',i'. voile( gowns trimmed with served the cake. Mrs Mike Tallahassee.
graduate of Bradford High invited to attend.Florida lA,'" white lace, a Navy blue veil in Dicandio and Mrs. Joe Dican-
Holds ReunionThe 1'-,1' their hair. They carried single dio presided at the punchbowl
I I. red roses and carnations with ,
Serving Florida Parham family reunionwas 'dThe red streamers. Following a wedding trip to BIRTHS
.
y held on June 30 at the The bride, given in South Florida the couple is
II" : "I Since 1950 Shady Oak Park, near Waldo, marriage by her father, worea residing at Kingsley Lake.
'II with relatives attending from white floor length voile gown The bride is employed at Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L.
C Q (Jr..Un arvier.9nc. Winter Haven, Sneeds, L1 with appliqued lace bodice Food Fair in Starke and the Norman of Lawtey announcethe
Panama City, and Ocala. trimmed with pearls. Her groom is associated with his birth of a son, Ronald
''-' Attending from the longest shoulder length veil of illusionwas father at O'Neal Painting Co., Gary, on June 10 in Alachua
secured to a crown of Orange Park. General Hospital.
q'" I CordiallyWelcomes distance was Mrs. Denny
Mrs. Carolyn ''i'' '" I ''Ii Neibregge of Lompac, Calif Church of God in Starke
was the setting for the
Eaves I I The six Parham children marriage of Millie Rose PLANNED USE REPORT

attending were Calvin Dicandio, daughter of Mr.andIlrs. GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
Representative You and Your Parham, Mrs. Viola Hamm, Leo Dicandio, to Minton General Revenue Sharing provides federal funds directly to local and state governments. The law requires each government to
Mrs. Lois Pilcher, Mrs. Willie Lynn Jones, son of Mr. and publish a report of its plans for the use of these funds to inform its citizens and to encourage their participation in deciding, how
Ph. 964.5812 Family To Your Mae Quinion, !Mrs. Irene Mrs Dean O'Neal of Kingsley the money ought to be spent Within the purposes listed your government may change this spending plan.
Mobley, and Mrs. Mary Alice
Lake Rev David (
Hodges
PLANNED
613 S. Colley Rd. EXPENDITURES
New Home Waldroff and their families.Mr. performed the nuptials on THI OOVEINMINTOPCATEGORIESIA /
.and Mrs Ken Quinion of ( ) CAPITAL( ) OPERATING/ HAMPTON CITY
July 6 at 8 p.m. MAINTENANCE (IC)
StarkeThe Starke served as hosts. Centering the altar was a 1 PUBLIC SAFETY ANTICIPATING A GENERAL REVENUE SHARING PAYMENT
State Of FloridaIt $ $
OOOOOQOOOOOODeWiti ** 51*
2 ENVIRONMENTAL OF

Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and G. Jones \ PROTECTION $ $ FOR THE FIFTH ENTITLEMENT PERIOD.JULY 1.1974
3 PUBLIC THROUGH JUNE 30 1975. PLANS TOSPENDTHESE
To Acquaint You With Your City. i TRANSPORTATION $ $ FUNDS FOR THE PURPOSES SHOWN.
i V ACCOUNT NOIO: ;2 QQ4 (302(
Funeral Homei 4 HEALTH
i $ $
If you are new In the area a phone call HAMPTON CITY

will bring you a prompt visit. from your local hosteas STARKE PHONE 964-62OO fl 5 RECREATION $ $ CITY CLERK

11 RENTAL 8 LIBRARIES HAMPTON FLORIDA 32044
Please give her a call! HOSPITAL EOS. WALKERS.WHEEL CHAIRS $ $
ft CRUTCHES 7 SOCIAL SERVICESFOR _
She has maps and many free and wonderful AGED OR POOR $ $
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
gifts for you from local businesses 8 FINANCIAL _
PHONE 4733176rvfHHHmuuiJULnaaaKii ADMINISTRATION $ $ (D)The news media, have been advised that a copy ofthis
9 MULTIPURPOSE AND /u' report has been published In a local newspaper of pen.relGE
innnnnnnnnnnnit ERAL COVT, $ V 7 7 ___ .. __ circulsconI I have records documenting the contents of' this

r .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 10 EDUCATION $ report J-I A and/Jio1 they are open for public. scrutiny p Atft at.LLIP1I, '

It I SOCIAL I
DEVELOPMENT $ .._._ ._. (IE) ASSURANCES(IR""rto Instruction EI) .
; I assure the Secretary of the Treasury that the non-dicdminr
:THE STARKE-BRADFORD COUNTY s 12 MUNITY HOUSING DEVELOPMENT 4 COM $ tlon and other statutory, requirement lifted In Part E of' the
Instructions accompanying this report will b. complied with
13 ECONOMIC' by this' recipient jgf>vlrnment with respect tojfie entitlementfunds
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DEVELOPMENT $ rtported 1 n

14 OTHER (Spicily) $ ._. /
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SiftfiaTurt of Chief Extculiva Officer
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13 TOTALS $ sE- Nime&Till, >-PI..M Print, 0
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1ILELI ( ] WIJJJ0(! = IMPORTANT NOTICEDear





I Thursday July 11th 2-5P.M. !. Tax Payer of Bradford County:


In compliance with Florida Statutes Chapter 73-173 (House Bill 1331)) and directive from

the Florida Department of Revenue, we have reappraised ALL properties in Bradford

County for 1974, at 100% of today's market value, present worth, present replacement costless
I WB ( depreciation). Remember sales indicate Value. Even though your property did not sell

I r e 1 by present comparing value.similar property which sold, we have been able to get a good estimate of


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This reappraisal was not a matter of choice but a matter of following the law, which we feel

we have complied with. Failure on our part to comply with the law and directive, would

mean the rejection of Bradford County's 1974 Tax Roll by the Revenue Department which

would result in No funds for the operation of the County.
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This has been a tremendous task, we honestly feel we have met every requirement chargedto
us by law ALL values have gone up and your TAXES will go UP if the millage is not
reduced.
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Our position on complaints will be handled as follows:

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,. rL' i'L,K py x.r : till. w y:' 1. If you can prove beyond any reasonable doubt that your property would not sell

-----. '- '- for what we have it assessed, we will review our figures.
Je t '. ) '1, '7T ,.' have made mechanical error we will correct same.
,' .ilf.iHMilpfrmAt 2. If we a
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ill : ';'' j 3. If we can not come to any reasonable conclusion, we will provide you with a complaint

I 'I' New Office' .r"c"'o",ft"ft"0"' W.-a"I'n-u""t'Madison I ,, form to go before the Commission Tax Board of Room Adjustment in the Court, which House.will meet July 25th
at 9:00: A. M. in the County
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We Wish To Express Our Appreciation To The Following = We will not be stampeded into any situation where the results would be a massive change of

Individuals and Firms Whose Cooperation and Contributions Have values. Remember, even though the Tax Board of Adjustments grants reduction, the
I. I reduction will be reviewed by the Revenue Department and every change must be approvedby

Made Possible The Construction of These Offices: them.In .

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Standard Oil of Kentucky Florida Gas & Hydrocarbons t/ conclusion we would suggest that you consider well the present value of your propertyand
our value, before making any drastic move, a review could possibly change the value
Starke City Commission Wells Electric Service upward.


I Jackson Building Supply R.V. Durrance Pump & Supply Co. I Remember our responsibility is value not taxes. Your Tax Rate (Millage) is set by: Board of

B & B DrywallSawyer Reese Scott Contractor. County Commissioners Board of Public Instruction and City Councils.


a Slade Gas & Air Conditioning James E. Teston Contractor Anytime that we may be of service to you please feel welcome to call on us.

Clay Paving & Construction Co. John Diggs Contractor .
I- ... Very truly yours

I Carlwood Interiors Florida Pest Control ;, .-i-

: '. Bill's C-B Radio & Equipment Gene Long '1 ,I

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George Pierce GLvs: .


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Mrs Jim Talley spent last Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. James McClure of Torode- Patrick Sheriff Dolph Reddish is
week in Daytona, visiting her Hamilton will leave at the end Jacksonville was a Sunday attending the 16th Annual
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. of the week for an extended visitor of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Date Set Florida Sheriff's Association
and Mrs. Thomas Talley, and visit in Johnson City, Tenn. Carver. July 21 Convention in Orlando which
her new grandson.Mr. "frd
"""?""' opened Tuesday, July 9. and
Mr. and Mrs. O.S. Dixon and Mrs. Mary Jo Evans of Mr. and Mrs. John A. ,, 4wtd will conclude Saturday, July
and Mrs. Marion Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dixon and Eastman, Ga. was a weekend Torode of Starke announce the 13.
Harrington and daughters of family of Nashville, Tenn. guest of Mr. and Mrs. B.L. approaching marriage of their : "te.- .' l
Ormond Beach and Mr. and were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Moxley, Jr. daughter, Sally Ann, to w "One of the principal
Mrs. Bill Harrington and Donald Bagwell last week. Ronnie Russell Patrick, son of subjects to be discussed at the
daughter of Keystone Heightswere Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mr.and Mrs.W. M. Patrick of seminar will be on "collective
Sunday visitors of Mr. Lei la's Sale in ProgressMr. Hollingsworth and daughter, Heilbronn Springs. bargaining" for state and
and Mrs C.N. Christy.Dr. Julie, and Mrs. Julia Un- The wedding will take place county employees as
derhill visited Mr.and Mrs. Sunday, July 21, at 2:30 p.m. recommended by the state
and Mrs. H.G. Bollinger and Mrs. Terry Yawn, Robert Frye in Lakeland over in the First United Methodist legislature," Reddish said.
were in Tallahassee over the Jimmy Yawn, and Miss Jen the weekend. Church with a reception
weekend visiting their son-in- McMillen of Gainesville spent following in the church Fel-

law and daughter, Mr. and the long weekend with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Hazen of lowship Hall. Jogging Club
Mrs. Jan Douglas. Lila Rae Yawn. Ocala were Sunday visitors of All friends and relatives are

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Watana Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. invited to attend.DUPLICATE. lie;in ( Organ ;isnl

Miss Jamie Caldwell of returned to their home in St.
Nashville, Tenn. was a Paul, Minn. Wednesday aftera Leila's Sale in Progress '
Tuesday night dinner guest of ten-day visit with his BRIDGE Your local Seventh-Dav
Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ari Local admittances to CLUB RESULTSMrs. Adventist Church wants to
Jr. Miss Caldwell will be Watana.Mr. Bradford County Hospital this Rhea Johnson and help your physical wellbeingSo
Looking west down Pratt Street
remembered as a former across 301
week include Mrs. Wanda
: Mrs. Hilda Dey were the
a Jogging Club is
teacher at Bradford High Bill Marchantand Crews, Mrs. Alma Leurck, winning couple at being
and Mrs. Duplicate July 3 Downpour Floods 301 organized at the Bradford
School. daughter, Tara Leigh, Mrs. Iva H. McKinney, Mrs. Bridge Tuesday night. Mrs. High School track field.
have returned from five days Selena Silcox, William J. Margaret Miller and Mrs.
Jim Douglas, son of Mr. and vacation in Wewahitchka. Dodd, Jr., Mrs. Sally Under- Vernie Odom were second and Traffic was snarled last Wednesday afternoon by high water on US-301 from,: Pratt Street northto Tuesday evening at 7:30: p m
Mrs. Bob Hammond and the wood, Mrs. Grace Stump, Mrs. Liza Minesinger and the Kentucky Fried Chicken after a 2-hour raging downpour dumped 4'a inches of rain on the If you want excerise and
COME!
fellowship -
late Cecil Douglas of Starke Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson Mrs. Hettie Louise Sapp, Mrs. Mrs. Lucile Green were third. Starke area.
has completed work for his visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Archie Lee Westfall, Starke; One resident on SR-16 east of Starke measured 4.84 inches in a rain gauge after the downpour.
master's degree in education Jordon and family in Live Oak Harlen Meserve, James B. 4 Radion station WPXE which also has a rain gauge reported that 4'z inches fell in I''a hours.
at the University of Miami in Sheffield, Keystone Heights; Leila's Sale in Progress High waters covered the curbs and flowed into North Temple Avenue business. Water was four Frier Conner
Saturday.
Coral Gables. He is employed Cecil Arnold, James J. inches deep in the Sunoco station across from Bradford High School. It went over Police Lt.
for the 1974-75 year by the Greg Bozeman of Wewa Moody, and Leslie E. White- Miss Sandi Morgan of Harold Crews'boot tops as he directed traffic at the intersection of 301 and Pratt: Reunion PlannedThe
Arapahoe County School hitchka was a Sunday visitorof head, Lake Butler; Mrs. Mary Tampa was visiting her Water also covered Pratt Street west from 301 to Broadway Street. Trucks could generally
District in Denver Colo Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ann Rhoden, Hampton; parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. U. negotiate the flooded highway and streets, but several cars, including a supposedly watertightVW seventh annual Frier-
where he will be coordinatorof Hardy and family.Mr. Michael Crapse, Jr., Lawtey.Mrs. Morgan, Jr. over the stalled out. Police battled the flood by putting cars in the middle lane,and directing traffic off Conner reunion will be held
the resource team for the weekend. She was also 301 via Walnut Street where water was up to the curb but not too deep to go through. Saturday. July 13, at the Luke

educationally handicappedwith and Mrs. Allen Arbuthnot Charles Frady and visiting her brother and sister- Much of the Pratt Street Playground was covered with water. A dozen children enrolled in the Butler Woman's Club. There
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leaton recreation stranded at the Pratt when water made it difficult for will be business
perceptualcommunicative and son, Eddie, of Lake sons, Kevin and Bruce, of program were Street Center a meeting at
disorders. Friends may Alfred were Sunday guests of Columbia, S. C. are visiting Morgan, III and family and parents to get in to pick them up. 10:30: a.m. and a basket lunch
write to Mr. Douglas at 11 Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells. her parents Mr. and Mrs. their new baby son. The flood was not unusual for Starke in a hard downpour, however as most residents know. lit 12:30: p.m. All who wish 10
South Grant Street, Denver, Howard Meyer, this week. Friends will be interested to Drains under 301 are too small to carry off that large a quantity of water in a short time The water attend will be welcome
Colo., 80209. know that Mrs. J.R. Wain- was down within three hours.
Leila's
Sale in Progress
.
Kathleen McGriff of wright has returned to her
Lei la's Sale in Progress Mrs. Susan Autry Cotneywas Gainesville is visiting her home after several weeks'

Misses Joan Dyal and Julie on the Dean's list for the grandmother, Mrs. G. J. hospitalization in Gainesville. FaulknerTedderEngagement
Griffis are in Sarasota for two Spring quarter at the Collegeof McGriff, Sr. this week. WELLS ELECTRICSERVICE
weeks attending a debate Pharmacy, University of Leila's Sale in Progress Told
workshop at New College Florida. Lei la's Sale in ProgressThe
University.Mr. Douglas Seymour and Miss Mr. and Mrs. James H.
Mrs. H. R. Layfield of Lake BUS Varsity and Junior Laura Alvarez of Tampa and Faulkner announce the

and Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr. Harbor and Mrs. Betty Varsity cheerleaders are Hal Seymour of Jacksonvillewere engagement of their daughter,
visitors of .
returned Sunday from a visit Herring and son of Pahokeewere attending camp at Georgia- Sunday Mr.and Kathleen, to Richard C.
with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. last week guests of Mrs. Southern College in States- Mrs. J.D. Seymour. Tedder, son of Mrs. George
Walters in Danville, Va., W. F. Herlong. boro, Ga. this week. They will Baldesare and Benny Tedderof Electrical Contractors
several days in !New York spend the weekend at Jekyll Susan and Nancy Hall of Atlanta, Ga.

City and a 17 day tour of Mr. and Mrs. Greig Moyerof Island. The girls were accompanied Gainesville spent the weekend Miss Faulkner is a 1973 \ '; %,

Copenhagen,Stockholm, Landof Keystone Heights and Mrs. by their sponsor, and with Mrs.their M.A.grandparents Baldwin. ,Theyall Mr. graduate of Bradford High ::.. /' &' '<>''te e
the Midnight Sun, Lenin- F. W. Strickland attended the Mrs. Grover Howard. School and attended Atlanta '" :
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grad, and Moscow. funeral of their uncle, Bryan Marco had Polo a Park picnic lunch at. Christian College, East Point, A. tovr 'l ", \es
Erwin, in Greenwood on Mrs. Vergie Flynn spent on Sunday.Mr. Ga.Mr. '2 .:: S\\\
Mrs. Winnie Wood and Mrs. Sunday. last week with her sister, Mrs. Tedder graduated from tec
and Mrs. OIL Alvarez
Annie Connors of Jacksonvillewere Bessie Faxon, in Gainesville.Mr. Columbia High School in Set
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J.G. '
Saturday visitors of Mr. Leila's Sale in Progress Atlanta, in 1971 and also attended ,
Jackson, and Mrs. Elizabeth
and Mrs. Tullie !Norman. Mrs. and Mrs. John Whelcheland Atlanta Christian
Stalnaker and their families RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL/
Mrs. Steve Mulder of
Connors remained to attend children of Sanford spent College.
Mrs. Vesta Myrick's funeral. Chicago, Ill was visiting her the weekend with Mr. and attended the Jackson family The wedding will take place
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Seeber reunion in Gainesville on July DIAL 964-6061
Mrs. Charles Sawyer at August 17 at 7 p.m. in the First
4, with approximately 75
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk Goodman, last week. Kingsley Lake. Christian Church, Starke
and grandsons, Michael and attending.Mrs. with a reception following in SERVING/ STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE/ 1949
Randall Andrews, in Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hudson Friends of Mrs. N. D.Wainwright the church
were L.O. Hazen underwent Fellowship Hall. 744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091
and nieces Denise
Hilburn
,
Atlanta last week of All friends
Jr. and
attendingthe Hollywood, relatives are
Brave's baseball series. and Teena Grigsby, of formerly of Starke, will be surgery Monday in Alachua invited to attend. P.O. BOX 607
Blountsville, Ala., spent General Hospital.
interested to know that she
.
to of last
Tuesday Friday -
have Mr. and returned Mrs. after T H. Slade three week with Mrs. Hudson's was president recently of the installed Hollywood as Kingsley Mrs. C.R.Lake and Whitehead Mrs. W.P.of ri .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ."IComing
mother. Mrs. Nelson Green,
months of the Past
at Green Turtle Cay. and family. Chapter McKinney of Jacksonville
of the
National Presidents Federation Assembly of Music spent last week in Gatlinburg, |. .
Tenn. i
Clubs for 1974-76. .
Mr. and Mrs. James Barron :
Mrs. Ewell Lawson and T- spent the Fourth of July with I
Sgt. and Mrs. Jerry Lawson her sister Mrs. Martha
and family returned June 28 Johnston, and family at i
from a two-week trip to Fernandina Beach.
Create Colorado Springs and points of !
nuclear
history interest in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Judd
and family of Clewiston were .

in Florida Mrs. Henry O'Hara and Mr. last Wednesday and Thursday
and Mrs. Blair Phares of visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred .
(offshore Power Systems a Westinghouse Tenneco enterprise Winter Park returned last Bennett, Sr., and other i
July
will produce the world's 17,1974
first floating nuclear Tuesday after ten days relatives I
power plants in Jacksonville
Florida. We offer more than an vacation in the mountains of
exciting position n a unique and progressive industry West Virginia, Canon Valley, The J.H. Ritch Sr. family I. m
We offer the future your future and Black Water Falls. held a reunion on the Fourth of I.
July at the Walton cottage on J .
Immediate positions are now available at all levels for: Mrs. A.J. Barry; son Kingsley Lake with ap- I. .

Drew; and daughter, proximately 50 attending.Mrs. i

DRAFTSMEN Adrienne ten days, have vacation returned in after Pitt- Johnny Jenks and I! Direct From Nashville !

sburgh and Kane, Pa. Mrs. daughter Paula, of !New; i
Barry and Adrienne attended Orleans, La. returned home
The Elsa Williams Academyof Monday after a ten-day visit I. .
DESIGNERS Needlework in West with Mrs. Jenk's mother, Mrs. i.
Townsend, Mass. Drew Edith Christiansen, and other Tenn. .
remained in Kane, Pa. with relatives. I
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DETAILERSTOOLING his uncle and aunt Mr. and I
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Mrs. John E. Patterson.Mrs. Mrs. Aldridge Locke of
Wildwood was a visitor of |. .
J.C. Melton and Mrs. W.-I. Hart and sisters
granddaughter Jeannie of Tuesday and Wednesday of
,
i Tooling and tool design of steel jigs rigging fixtures heavy Lakeland, visited Mr. and last week. She attended the | The
of lifting devices concrete and concrete forms in support Mrs. C.R. Whitehead over the Crawford-May wedding. i
manufacturing process Three to ten years' drafting/design weekend.
experience in heavy industrial environment required. ?

ELECTRICALCable Ensign Barry Firth of r I
Corpus Christ!, Texas Lonesome
tray, conduit lighting communication grounding and home Wednesday to Sunday.was I: Road
bus duct arrangement drawings cable routing schedules I
for power control and
instrumentation elementary
Mr. and Mrs. Marlie San-
and wiring diagrams for nuclear and balance of plant systems
derson of Fort Pierce
spent I
and
instrumentation
drawingsPIPINGMECHANICAL the weekend with her parents, =
Mr. and Mrs. S.G. Denmark. Boys
Also visiting the Denmarks is

out Fluid or system arrangement flow diagrams drawings machinery for nuclear and steam piping supply system lay Sue Mrs. Morris Denmark's, of sister Pompano, Miss Ask ., : :

power generation and hotel or service systems.
Beach. .

STEEL & CONCRETE STRUCTURES Kevin Crawford returned to Charley 1 I The Finest In
Structural I
and column steel outline and detail drawings for standard beam his home in Ocala Sunday E. Bluegrass &
i construction and
marine type panel steely after visiting his grandmother I.
construction outline and reinforcing bar detail, drawings for Mrs. W.H. Hart,since Johns a
precast and poured in place concrete; and steel foundation
drawings for equipment to withstand seismic shock Wednesday. : Country Music :

HVAC LAYOUT Mr. and Mrs. LaRue

Experience in design of one or more of the following nuclear Williams and sons of Ormand About This Question: I
ventilation systems required Beach will spend the weekend Limited EngagementLighter I
with her parents, Mr.\ and "Hunting can be expensive
1 Containment ventilation systems Mrs. R.A. Colson. loss of guns from damageor I .
2 Control room HVAC systems theft cost of I
personal
3 High efficiency and charcoal filtration Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards .
4 Auxiliary building ventilation systems systems and son of Columbus, Ga. injuries liability for injury |
to others. I hear i Knot
you have
were Friday evening visitorsof i Lounge
We offer challenging work competitive salaries and COmpre- Mrs. E.C. Dukes. insurance that covers all 1 i
hensive
benefits
including paid vacation paid holidays these risks-guns, personal
paid hospitalization and paid life insurance. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert injury, and liability. Can it I

For immediate consideration, write for an James Thomas visited Mr. and Mrs.and be bought for a hunting :
employment
appli- McNeeley Inn E
cation or send your resume and salary history in complete daughter in Lakeland over the trip of 3 to 30 days?' | Holiday

confidence to Mr F G. Lynn Employment weekend. ,' .
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,. Offshore Power Systems !Mr. and Mrs. Emile Lan- Charley E. 1 I U.S. 301 North I
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weSTINOHOUSf-TINNlCO INTINPMISI zette of New Orleans are here _
1 aooo O.PIGL Arlington" U.*O Cipicnvxy Cox 000 J.c..onvill. Florid 32211An @ for two weeks visiting their JOHNS AGENCY i I..!.. -.il"". !J .
Equal OPP0'lunity Imploytr M/f children, Mr. and !Mrs Shi Starke Fla.
Smith and family'and Mrs. 131 so. WALNUT ST a
Lanzette's mother, Mrs. Edith PHONE I _., ._ .

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survey indicates that one and Union. The program has been in metropolitan counties suchas about individuals are more Of Union Ambulance ServiceA ""t
out of every three Florida The report also indicatedthat widely criticized by those who Hillsborough, Duval, and widely known in nonurbanareas
families receiving food in 12.3 per cent of the blame the food stamp Pinellas, thus making the ," Mrs. Bennett said.
stamps "lied or distorted cases, the Division of Family program for the difficulty of overall percentage of fraud She said that "quality proposal to employ cerned about what the peopleof agreed to review the terms of .
income information" to obtain Services gave families fewer employing local labor. "Why seem high for the entire 26 control" of the their stamps, according to a food stamps than they should should they work when they counties. maintained through checks chief of the Union County Am- the commissioners hiring a Following a four-to-one vote '
news release by State Auditor have received. are getting food stamps?" is a "Chances are that the per- made by three agencies, the bulance Service was turned person who is already of the commissioners against
General Ernest Ellison. The audit said that of the 342 question Irequently heard. centage is actually much Division of Family Services down by the commissioners engaged in a suit with another the employment of Rue on a
The auditor's report was surveyed families, 119 "were Mrs. Betty Bennett, in lower in the smaller counties, quality control unit in Gainesville Tuesday. July 2.Commissioner. county board." full time salary basis Com-
based on a December 1973 questionable because of charge of the program for where clients know they are the Division of Public Gerald Rue the former band missioner Gerald Griffis
survey of 342 families possible) fraud," 90 received Bradford and Union Counties, more apt to be caught i if they Assistance Fraud in Jackson- coordinator of director at the Union County resigned his appointment as
receiving food stamps, but no incorrect benefits, and 42 said, however, that the local misrepresent their financial ville, and the (Federal Quality Griffis, as High School, filed suit againstthe coordinator of the Emergency
other kind of welfare assis- received less stamps than office has had only one case of condition, since the factsA Control unit in Atlanta. Union Medical county's Care Service Emergency com- School Board for $250.000 Medical Care Committee
tance. The families were they were entitled to. public assistance fraud since following termination of his
the
mittee, recommended
selected at random from employment by the school
Stamps are distributed to the program started here. following several (Following the refusal by the
proposal
42,300 families. in 26 counties, eligible low-income families "One case was picked up in Keystone Enjoys Safe 4ththan meetings with other membersof board. Board of County Commissioners -
Ellison Micheel
said.Included suggested to the
who this the Division of full
pay a certain amount and county by the ERIC committee. to provide a
in the survey were receive stamps Welfare Fraud," Mrs. Bennett commissioners that they time salaried position to
increasing
Alachua, of approximately estimated dinners sold The EMC committee also into
Baker, Bradford might enter
their purchasing power for said, "and this was a case display recommended the employ- a con- operate the county's daytime
Citrus, Duval Klagler Gil- $1,500 worth of fireworks last year. tract with the Union Ambu-
food and household where the person was not on service,
wares. ment of Rue from 6 a.m. to 6 emergency rescue
christ, Hamilton, Hernando, The state pays the difference.In public assistance." There ended a rainy, cool July 4 Choppy waters failed to five days week at a lance Service, with the provi- Richard Rue, who had been
in deter trick skiers theafternoon's p.m per sion that would be the
celebration Keystone during they
Hillsborough, Lafayette. ( order to be eligible at the have been no such cases in salary of$3 per hour for the 60 recommended for the
Levy Marion, Nassau, Pasco, time of the survey a family of Union County, she added. Heights on Lake Geneva. planned activities. hours week.V. employing body to provide an position, submitted a letter to
Pmellas, Polk four Mrs. Bennett said it is likely Colorful rockets and flares Karen Crosier, trophy win operating staff. of
Putnam, St had to earn less than $473 L. Micheel, director of the Board advising them
Johns. Sumter, Suwannee. per month. that the percentage is higher were shot by volunteer ning trick artist, performedher EMC The EMC project has the of daytime
suspension
the eight county project
firemen Everett Fox, Donny routine, omitting the jump allocated the amount of such
ambulance service, with
Baker and Ed O'Brien from a over the wake due to rough along with Frank McLendon, $44,764 to Union County for immediately
effective
-
raft in the middle of the lake water. its coordinator, spoke on services through June 30, 1975 suspension.
R for pleasure of hundreds Ken Carey, the high flying behalf of providing a more and that those funds could be sent
Rue's letter was
lining the shores awaiting the Para-sail artist, thrilled the adequate staffing of the ambulance made available on a reimbur-
(Friday 5.
July
grand finale of the "Our crowds with a daring service.In sable basis for payment for
& Union ambulance
Country Day" extravaganza."We exhibition as he flew over the considering the proposal ambulance service.It County
at the time is
service present
Smith
: had quite a few duds, water and boaters while being Commissioner Felton was then brought out that
said, "and it the told Rue, who was present for the Union being handled by Jerry
this year, Fox pulled by George present County Wilson, former president of
must have been due to the wetweather. Richardson outboard.One the board's action, "I don'thave contract with the EMC
." mysterious ski artist, anything against you, already had such a provisionand the service on a volunteer
Fox received some burns on not to be outdone by other personally but I am con the commissioners basis.

i imm his legs and stated that some performers, thrilled un-
ittft center of the fireworks came too suspecting spectators when he
family : close for comfort. flew by on his kite, completewith
ite the day of rain, a pair of skis. His name is
crows still flocked to the still unknown by the press. NOTICERegister
public beach for the fish and Boy Scout troop 105, under
served by the the leadership of Bill Warren,
dinners
ham

[ JffifJmm(! 0J( (! J(3( ( Club.Keystone Heights Rotary presented American the Flag history to wet of spectators the

Priceg"Good Thru President Hill Brannon at the Keystone beach.
U S 301 Qfal4f' l Fill stated they served around Mike Redfearn, commanderof To Vote
Saturday July 13 OldJ i\t 1,1(10( dinners during the af- the fifth "Our Country

OPEN 9 TO 9 MON. TO SAT. 12 TO 7 SUNDAY ternoon. This was just 100 lessTeaclter's Day" activities and master of
ceremonies, Charles
McGlave, were congratulatedfor Registration Books Close
j 'r\\ W Room SizeRUG a job well done and
\
Ifn' rr1r I I i.'ll' another successful July 4
I
:':-.l. Salary .S celebration. July 27 5:00: P.M.
I \ ;\ .
,\ _I (From .Page 1)) Keystone Sportsmen came
t1TJ in as big winners of the Boat-

100% Continuous about 950 times. They're A-Rama taking over-all best Additional Office Hours:
; ":::, ,.__ trying to make me equalizethe and most original trophies
:
::- _. filament
I \ space four percent. There is no with their pontoon boat
,f t. .- dyed nylon with way I can do it," the superintendent decorated to the theme of Tuesday July 16 8:30: A.M. 8:00: P.M.
; .,. waffle back. God Country -
I y stated. "Salute To -
'
.
"
II I Serged oil all four Temple also will present to Keystone Heights." the Tuesday July 23 8:30: A.M. 8:00: P.M.
before reaching
sides. Assorted the board tonight a tentative Just
y colors. balanced budget which still judges stand in front of the
Saturday July 27 8:30 A.M. 5:00 P.M.
: :
y totals $4.3 million, as he Keystone Beach, members of
?6 Y x 1'6" previously announced. It the Keystone Heights Sport-
18'6' contains some $3 million in sman's Club, unveiled a
\rw rr Size $1888 instructional salaries, $700,000in colorful rainbow, made of
non-instructional salaries, crepe-paper with a pot of goldon Phone 9645634Neva
ONLY. and some $550.000 for other the end.Adding .
facets of school operationssuch to the artistic
; SPECIAL as utilities $130,000 bus display were three pretty
: 'w system $151,000, teaching girls, Patty and Connie Triest FlynnSupervisor
BUY ONBEDSPREADS supplies $100.000 plant and Marie McLendon.

Inl I I r\ maintenance insurance 40000.$40,000 janitorial, plant "American Women Past Of Elections

\ \ supplies $25.000() and four new And Future" also won most Bradford County
buses $35,000.Replying patriotic in the pontoon boat
M to Tax Assessor category
"+' Favorite bedspread styles in Gene Long's statement that
-, your choice of a wide array of "I'm not against the school
)'_ '- ,a colors and patterns. Twin or full board except when it spends

r ., .. '/ sizes. Re-decorate your bedroom excessively. They try to
complicate the situation to
? a and add one of these beautiful If better
M where no one understands it. want

:, e't:3 c ; bedspreads! I'm not themselves sure they,"understandit Temple you a car,


Irregulars states"We'll: try to explain our

position to him (Long) if he couldn't better
'. pick a
T.G.&Y.'s invites our us meeting.down as." we Temple did himto is you

LOW PRICE! convinced that most people
really do not accept that the
school this year will have no time to buy it.Oldsmobile
control over millage, that it is .
set by actions taken by the
(Florida Legislature this year.
"Legislative action absolutely -
1orn set the required local
effort for each county in the
state and the school board has
-
no control over the millage
Li1l'
i"SNi :! "
required, Temple says.



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I Brooker _r Dra\vdy Asks To Be I


Relieved Of Zoning Duty
Inflation strikes
everyone,
including the garbage $4 per month to ,
collector in Brooker who twice The a council week Lee Drawdy, of Orange The board commended I
received a$50 per month raiseat of Park a candidate for the Drawdy for his past
salary the
the monthly meeting of the reader from $40 District Two, Clay County achievements and leadershipwhile
city council Monday night. month because Commission post has I serving as chairman of
Cost of garbage pickup wentto duties resigned as chairman of the (the Zoning Commission, and
$2 double the old $1 him to remain in
per turn-ons and Clay County Zoning Commission requested
month rate, to finance the The condition effective July 13. the office until July 13 in orderto
raise in the hopes of getting also participate in the next
of
a topic
better service for residents. the
zoning meeting. Thanking
"We're the Mayor Roy At a recent meeting of the
getting service
that county County Commission, Drawdy
dirt cheap, remarked one would Commission for their vote of
begin
requested that he not be
councilman. The county pays road nominated to the Zoning confidence, Mr. Drawdy
highway in A-l Commission for the upcomingterm agreed to this request. His
Auction Days The mayor stating that he felt it action in resigning was
authorized to gather upon retirement of A. Russell! Norman Mr. would not be in the best in- voluntary since Florida's
mow the grass terest of the county for him to "Resign to Run" law does not
Set In Starke serve on the Zoning Com- apply to the Zoning Com
Honored On Retirement mission while a candidate for missioners who serve without
AlC Mary salary.
office.
county
Downtown area merchantsare
Serving at
planning "Auction Days"in With Slade Gas
Sawyer-
Starke, starting July 19- WICHITA

August 3. Now serving (Uncle Russ) Nor- Two years ago Mr Normanwas Bible School"God's
< Merchants will give AFB, Tex., with Vacation
of the first
upon his retirement recipient
"Auction Money" on each Communications
purchase, dollar for dollar. is Airman First years of service with )Florida wide safe driving
This "Auction Money" will Bridgers, gas company. award in competition with Way To Heaven"July
then be used by a customer to Mrs. Dennis W. 50 persons, employees drivers from 600() dealers
bid on merchandise donatedby Starke. presented the long- statewide for the award from
each participating mer Airman Sawyer-Slade Gas the )Florida LP Gas 1519 ((9:0011:30)A.M.: : ) .
.' with an electric Association. A. Russell has
chant. This will start Friday munications
motor and a rod and driven 1.2 million miles
July 19, and run through viously was
Saturday August 3. Then the Richards-Gebaur a retirement dinner delivering gas to Bradford sto.es \ .
Mr. Norman's honor at Area residents in the past 27 OoeseSo /
auction will be held at 3 p.m. A 1969(
Saturday, August 3, in the High School, Restaurant. years without an accident.
parking lot across from Santa Fe (in above photo)
Priests. in Gainesville. with a miniature
The Merchants will donatean Kenneth R. a boat and read "Good Revival Starts
item that retails for at least of Mr. and Mrs. Russell." An
$20 to bid on.Merchants. Bridgers of 188 featuring a At New River
Bridge Tex.GARBAGE horse shoe with gold
are planning on City

staging monthly, the"Auction first Saturdayafter Days" gold"Good and Luck"bronze and Sun., July 14

the first. Thus centered
a person
who does not buy at the first 3M sers,tape Columar and table at which the The New River Baptist
auction( can save,and add to it cards and guests, Mr. Norman Church will hold Revival
for the next auction( a double home, office wife, Muriel, were Services each night at 8
incentive to continue to trade supplies. The with Sawyer-Slade o'clock, July 14-20, with
where "Auction Money" is Charles Sawyer and Homecoming on Sunday July
Joanne, and Starke
FILING:
given.For further information or writer stands, Manager E.L. 21.The evangelist is Dr. John r9s QQ
suggestions, call Bill Wilson-( and safes. and wife, Margaret. Rigby, of Columbus, Ga.,
964-528!). them for present for the oc-
you. assisted by his associate
Shop. Ph. were Mr. and Mrs. out- O
Chuck Fletcher an
standing vocalist and chalk c
artist. There will be special
Clay Paving & Myrick music each evening, and a _
is provided.The .
473-2127 COMMERCIAL CIRCLE Vesta McRae Myrick, nursery pastor Rev. James R. karate Q ee
Starke, died Friday Countryman, invites the &
9
Drive Ways Parking Areas in Riverside public to attend.Rummage. K1

Jacksonville, after a
Fill Dirt Born in Starke on Sale Fun

25 1920, she was the For Free Transportation Call
Land Clearing Lime Rock
Robert Myrick, and Set In KeystoneA

ft Clay M. and Ardelia of the Johns late garage-rummage sale is 964-6490 Or 964-6063

K.L. For the past 14 years set Saturday July 13,
FREE
ESTIMATES.
OWNER been employed as beginning at 9 a.m. at the Pine Level Baptist
at Starke Masonic Hall in Keystone
School, and was a Heights, sponsored by the PI
of the' Pine Level Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Church
Church. Sorority.
is a son, William Proceeds from the sale will
Orlando; one be used for various service 3 Mi. West Of Starke On Hwy 1 00Cooper's

Mrs. Katherine projects extended to the ....
30"r Starke; two community by the sorority. ,...,
Arthur R. McRae
W. McRae, both of ,. . . .. . . . . . . . .

LEECPEEt (! ; ( ;Norman and four and sisters Mrs., Mrs.Iris

Prices both of Starke; Mrs.
U.S. 301 South ; d ( Womble, Jackson-

) ; Mrs. Odessa Taylor,

services were held
Unpainted Sunday in Jones
Chapel conducting.with Rev.

Be Creative And Cut .was in Crosby Lake


Kiln Dried Wood Methodist


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0 School FE& Landscape

J July 14-19
Vu 10-Drawer
-_ Church School will 2111 !N. TVm/j/p re. Slarke, Fin.

42"x1 at Starke's First
Methodist Church,
of Jefferson and
Streets, July 1419. LigustrumReg.
is invited to come
a sandwich for .
at 6 p.m. Sunday $198
60116 are set each evening S24i
p.m. There will be {
Gal. CanGeraniums
Night Stand for all ages, crib
I through senior citizens.
"
% will be 50 cents for the
( in the family and 25
others to defray cost Pittosporum

Caladiums
1183 Desk Chair offerings will go to
the Red Bird Mission, $198.Gal.can98c |
Regs24a
If Height Of : to the spiritual, .

Overall the, ,and Kentucky.Appalachian educational area Gal. Can 89'Varigated

invitation is ex
to everyone, who may
70436 attend, says Rev. Shore
Harper.
Desk Top

Height 29 Juniper PittosporumReg.


Church Reg. .
Gal. Can Gal I Can
: Holy Eucharist, S24i S24i
: and 10 a.m.


P56060" Baptist: Prayer Church Group, $ 1 98 St. Centipede AugustineOr 18'' $ 1 98




July 14, 1974 Sq.
School, 9:43: a.m.;
ii 530 Stool Worship, 11:00: a.m.;
Training 6:15 p.m.;
12"x12" Worship, 7:30: p.m. Fill Dirt: Hauled When & Where
l1fR ,July 15 1974 -Girls
Practice, 6:30:
; Choir, 7:00: p.m. You Want It Call 9B4-B1O4
121 Bar Stool July 16, 1974 -
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Music Activities,
Height Of : To Place Your Order Now
July 17, 1974 -
Overall Night Supper, 6:00:
; Hour of Power and Our Services Include.
.
6:30: p.m.; Teachers & r Fill DirtDozer
Meeting, 7:15: p.m.;
52466 Boston. Choir Practice, 8:00::( ) r Landscape Design r WorkBackhoe

l' Seat 21 "x 1 July 18, 1974 ..Sodding Sprigging r Work

Overall Heigh ,.7:00: 9:30 p.m.: p.m.; ** Landscaping r SprlnklerSystem

County High School. ** Lawn Maintenance Free Estimate
Ben BryantPastor


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Pages TELEGRAPH July II. 1971

Traffic; Offfnsc No Crime Aflerjan.l

1 7 Occur In all buta The new law, passed on tin-
Mishaps CityIn Starting Jan. 1 violations, 1975 in last night of the 1974
few traffic
legislative session, does not
termed civilinfractions"
Florida will be such violations
and will be taken cover as
Bad Weekend WeatherSTARKE criminal justice fleeing or attempting to elude
out of the state law police officers leaving the
-
system under a new of an accident,
scene
Heavy rains stop the 1974 Ford of Marian Oldsmobile of Debbie Mosley, that decriminalizes: minor under the influence of driving alcohol.
and bad weather contributedto Anderson Bryan,20 of Starke, 22, of Starke causing $700 traffic offenses.
a sizeable increase in before it struck the rear end of damages to his own car and
traffic accidents during the the 1967 Ford of Michael $650 damage to the Oldsmobile
past week according to the Stephen Bryan 19, of Starke The Mosley car was THE
Starke Police Department which was parked on the right parked forty feet south of
which filed a total of 17 accident shoulder of the highway. The Sapp Street in the US-301 ,
reports through front end-rear end collision parking lane. ci
Monday. July 8, from the occurred July 3 and caused The 1971 Chevrolet of /
f7y
preceding week. damages of $200 to the 1974 Serena Hathcock Allbritton, r/q/ 1 a I d v/ l r, +!6'r 4Akow' ,,,.r, 1A-Rt? 4 J ,
No one was seriously in Ford and$150 to the 1967 Ford. 45 of Kaiford pulled onto US- RESTAURANTWill
jured.A Also on July 3 at the Inter- 301 at the Edwards Road intersection
1971 Ford truck driven by section of Jefferson and and was struck by a The 1966 Thunderbird above came out on the worst end early Saturday morning when it
Sheila Gail Conner 26, of Walnut Streets the 1974 1973 Volkswagen driven by struck the American Legion's 90-mm cannon on display at the Intersection of South Walnut and
Starke on July 3, travelingwest Toyota driven by Karl Hoist, Randall Sheldon Martin, 16. of l'S-301 in Starke. The car was demolished; the cannon merely knocked off its pedestal.
on Washington Street 68, of Starke westbound on Starke, causing damages of The 1973 White truck of total loss after it struck a The 1966! Pontiac of Carl
had stopped before crossingthe Jefferson struck the 1973 Fordof $200 to the Volkswagen. The Richard M. Sundbo 40, of cannon about 1 a.m. on July 6. Edward Burgess, 40, of ClosedOn
Be
US-301 intersection. The Donald Walter Fort 57 of collision occurred July 5. Rockford, Illinois, sustained The 90) mm cannon is on Starke was struck in the side
1968 Ford truck driven by Hampton. Fort was traveling Loren David Alvarez, 19, of damages of $150 when it was display at the intersection of by the 1970 Ford of Dennis
Wayne W. Sapp 32, of Starke north on Walnut when the Starke, had stopped his 1969 struck from behind by the 1972 South Walnut Street and US- Cohen 20. of Starke. Burgesswas
headed north on 301 reachedthe collision occurred. Damagesto Dodge prior to making a left International truck of Eddie 301. Church was traveling traveling east on Brown-
intersection as the Conner the Toyota was $150 and to turn onto Alton Road from Simpson 26 of Winter Park. south on Walnut Street when lee Street and had started to Sundays
vehicle started to cross The the Ford $50. West Madison Street when it Sundbo had stopped for the his auto jumped the curb and make a right turn onto Water
collision caused $200 damagesto George Washington Cruce, was struck from behind by the traffic signal, on July 5, while ran head on into the cannon. Street when Cohen attemptedto
Sapp's truck and $900!)() to the 21, of Lawtey driving a l'J69 1965 Chevrolet truck of Elmer traveling north on US-301, The cannon was knocked pass the Burgess vehicle on 14
Conner vehicle. Ford in the early morning of Kelly, 44, of Gainesville. The when it was hit by the other about two feet off its pedestal the right side. Damages to the Beginning July
Wet grass on the right July 5, traveling north on US- July 5 collision front end truck. and damages to it were set at Ford was $250 and to I the
shoulder of SR-230. 500 feet 301. swerved from the right damage to the truck was $250 The 1966!) Thunderbird of $100.\) Pontiac $200. This Sunday)
east of Colley Road did not hand lane of the highway into and to the rear end of the Donald Harris Church, 39! of Church was charged with Cohen was charged with (
provide enough traction to the side of the parked 1969 Dodge $100. Lake City was written off as a careless driving. improper passing.
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I Voter Books Close July 27Because HOME NOTES BY KATHY BROWN FROM YOUR EXTENSION HOME ECONOMICS AGENT I

This week we have a Dab transparent nail polishon FOOD CUPS thickening power one whole
of a new state law, collection of mini-hints in the the center of sew-through Sirloins with a long, flat
Bradford County residents required by law, the last the city of Lawtey elections. areas of food and sewing. I buttons. This seals the bone are slightly more tender egg.Cook eggs at low temperatures
eligible to vote but who are not minute rush is cutting Into the Because of the early registration hope you will be able to find a threads, so they won't than others and also have avoid overcooking and
registered have less than purge figure. deadline, elections Super- few hints among the many unravel. the largest portion of ten cool promptly. Don't forget
three weeks to get signed Th.ere..are 1,906 registered visor Neva Flynn says her given that will help you in I derloin. about the easiest way to
for this fall's state primary up city of Starke elections office will make a concerted your daily tasks of home- When sewing a four hole A single steak can easily prepare eggs the oven
election. 156 for the city of Hampton effort during the next weeks to making.Remember. button sew two holes, tie serve five or more people method. Put egg in custardcup
Coter registration books for elections, 115 for the city of sign up as many unregistered to call or write your thread, then sew the but for bone-in steaks allow in shallow baking dish
the September 10 primary will Brooker elections, and 279 for persons as possible. (For to me for your copy of a free other two holes. This way about to f 10 ounces per person with a tablespoon milk and dot
close at 5 p.m. July 27, whichis additional office hours see canning or freezing bulletinfull when one set of threads break, for generous servings of butter of margarine. Bakeat
45 days before the election. NOTICE on page 5)). of instructions on correct the other will still be there to Fresh pork sausage is made 325 degrees F. until firm as
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The books used to remain Employee procedures. Also, if you run hold the button. from ground pork blended desired.
until Any person who is a U. S. into. problems or have with spices, and other seasonings Alternates for meat
30 before
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open election. an Applications citizen, a resident of Bradford questions as you are puttingup Double top-stitching a collarin Link sausages may be Consider dry beans, eggs, dry
The law County and who will be at vegetables or fruits or knits gives the collar more fresh or smoked in casingsor peas or lentils or peanut
new means the
deadline for registration Being TakenThe least 18 years of age by the pickles, call me and I'll try to body and prevents drooping. skinless. butter.
the date of the election may help you. My address is P. O. (Have trouble gathering? Cooking time? It varies with Stewed tomatoes are ideal
November 5 General
electionis register to vote. Box 267, Starke; my phone h Place heavy duty thread, intensity of heat produced\ a for freezing.
5 p.m. September 21. Starke post office an- number is 964-6554, in Starke. dry button thread, along roast cooked on an outdoor You may safely refreeze
With the registration dead nounces that 11A4 line and zigzag.
applications are gathering rotisserie may require a most frozen foods that have
line for the primary nearing, now being accepted and Mrs. Flynn attributed this SEWING HINTS Have you had trouble longer time to cook on a thawed if they still contain ice
Bradford election officials are examinations will be given to year's rapid registration paceto Home sewing is the best working with chiffon? Try breezy day.Remember. crystals or if they are still
elated over the number of registrations establish a register of the fact that Bradford has way of getting more clothingfor these hints: ...cutoff selvages, cracked or about HHlrgrws:: F accordingto
being re-instated, eligibles from which future always had an interest in ...press to remove creases, soiled eggs can contain Research? Ser-
Agricultural:
money.On
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according to Mrs Neva clerk and carrier vacancies In elections and this fall elections bathing suits wherever Mrs. BernIce Hugging ...use a large surface for bacteria that can produce food \ice of L' S. Department, of
Flynn, supervisor of the local post office will be will be no exception. there is elastic use a tiny proudly displays the chair she layout, ...underlay fabric with poisoning. For your protection .Igricul:: lure.
registration.The filled. Qualifying period for can zigzag to secure the elastic reupholstered in a work shop tissue paper, ...pin to paper, used cracked or soiled\ Some fruits and vegetablesdo
elections office reports All interested persons who didates began at noon and to be decorative, too. taught by Miss Kathy Brown, ...pin inside seam allowances, eggs only when they are not generally make satisfactory -
that 5,303 Bradford residentsare meet the requirements are Tuesday, July 9, and runs Use tweezers for pulling out Bradford County extension ...cut through fabric and thoroughly cooked. products when frozen.
registered to vote for urged to apply. Applicationswill until noon Tuesday, July 23. loose threads. home economist!! tissue paper, .stay stitch Poultry tastes best when They include green onions,
county elections. Though thatis be accepted until July 26, Mrs Flynn states that now is Spray can tops make neat A "before" photograph each piece, ,..tear away tissue broiled\ over hot coals, not Inflame lettuce and other salad
a decline of 1,621 from a according to Postmaster Cliff the time to check on your and easy sewing notion con appeared in the June 27 Issueof paper, ...slip a piece of paper or smokeThickening greens, radishes tomatoes
year ago, caused by a purgingof Ilazen, and are available at voting status for July 27 is tainers pins, buttons, The Telegraph between fabric and feed dog. custards or 'except as juice or cooked\)
names from the books as the post office. "just around the corner." snaps, etc. during construction of gar.ment. puddings'7 Two egg yolks or Yes, you can Ireeze celery
two egg whites have the same tender stalks.
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Coke, AH Vie For Baseball Title


Athletic House r as he was hit by the pitch. pitch by Coke's new pitcher field and went to third on pitch, and scored on Gnann's
Page 10 9-4
TELEGRAPH July 11.1971 won over
I Coke in the Tuesday Bennet went to third on a third Randy Edmondson. Ricky errors by first and second hit to first ending the game by
night
of a three series wild pitch. With two down Sullivan hit a fly ball to center basemen. Teston's line driveto All up 9.4.Action .
opener game around In and second sent Bennett hometo
Bennett came on field, bringing Massey
under this week to
way wild of the lead. end the inning with AH 9- continued tonight
determine Griffis' fourth pitch Milam giving All a 5-2 up
the
School championshipof inning/ giving All a 3-0 lead. McBride slashed a hit to the 3. (Thursday July 11)) at Pratt
the Dixie Youth Baseball
In the top of the secon. CC's pitcher and stole second and In the top of the sixth Coke's Street Playground in Starke
Recreation League. Richard Smith singled to third third on wild pitches and last bat, Edmondson got''on when Coke will try to even the
I If Coke wins the game baseman and was able to scored on Bennett's hit to base on an error by the shortstop series in a game starting at 6
Program tonight they will meet reach third on an overthrownball. third to give All a 6-2 lead. went to third on a wild p.m.
Athletic House again Friday Kevin Griffis hit a hard Mike Teston hit a hard ball
Underway night If Athletic House rules ball to third that scored Smith to third, which the CC third'
5 the game they will be th Dixie with Coke's first run. With baseman mishandled,
Youth Baseball Champs for Kevin Griffis on first AH's allowing Bennett to score, Presenting.
264 Swimmers 1 1974. pitcher. lucky Sullivan increasing the AH lead to 72. I
4rf walked Raymond Hillman and In the top of the third Coke's
r Coca Cola was three up and Andy Griffis loading the Glenn Gnann tripled to right
Velvet & The Evangels
Taking PartThe three down in the top of the bases. Doyce Griffis was also field. Smith and K. Griffis
first. During the bottom of the walked which pushed in were walked to load the bases.
first, AH's Dwayne McBridegot another run for Coke the Pitcher Sullivan walked At The-
Bradford Middle Schoolis a base hit when beat out a second with Coke down 32. Hillman pushing in Gnann
holding a Summer ground ball to second. Kevin In the bottom of the second with Coke's third run. 60th
Recreation Program for 6-8lh Miller slashed a line drive to AH's\ Kenny Massey walked, In the bottom of the fourth Anniversary
graders from 9.12 a.m. and center field that drove McBride stole second, and went to thirdon Kevin Miller slugged an out of ,
12:30-3:30: : p.m. five days a home to score 10. Miller of
a wild pitch. Robert Milam the park homer for an 8-3 AH
week until August 2, got to third on a wild pitch by
walked stole second on wild lead. Bennett singled to right
Activities offered are .. ,l. Coke pitcher Andy Griffis.
basketball, tennis, ping-pong. With men on first and third, Pine Level Baptist
volleyball tumbling hand- Coke catcher Kary Padgett tags out an Elk player Monday another wild pitch enabled
ball, and small games with night, as they battled to an H-8/ victory for the second hair Miller to score a 2-0 and sent Give Your Trees FREE BIESInsect
other activities. championship in Dixie Youth Kaseball. batter Dennis Bennett to base THE Church



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L"U I!I LLLLt L holding second place with a 7-1 Thomas scored on two more 5-3 victory.: Economical Way To Be Assured Of :
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and Baldwin Cheverolet making the score 2-1. plate for First Baptist which '
FOR THE FIRST TIME rapped fifth place Brooker 15- ""irstllaptist came back in had a 9-8 hitting edge. LOIIDA i
11 Monday night in Men's the top of the third. McGee Matt! Hull, short stop for :' Dinner On The Ground ;
COUNTRY MUSIC'S BEST Recreation Slow-Pitch Soft- singled i and McLeod slugged a First Baptist holds the highest Estimates Too! Esc
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6 Nights a Week& ball.These two games have been Helton's single brought .510 on 42 trips to the plate oiriROt "Homecoming":7loriJa
Featuring Guest Artist: the only Men's softball action McLeod: on around making the and 22 hits. Bill Kelton. cat- Call 964-5745 a aarrtal f0.
Linda AmersonFri. for the past two weeks due to score 41. (See Page 11) 1

.and Sat.Night rain.Matt Hull opened the game In I the bottom of the third
Only, 1.00 Cover Oiarg for First Baptist as he got onna.e inning Smith and Brown
From 9 PM-2 AM on a holder's choice, then scored as Doug Conner and
Randall :McGee followed him Don Brown singled, putting
to base on a single making it two men on base. David BankAt Start.T
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Bobby'sHideaway
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Duncan's fielder's choice Brown to score two more runs
brought (Hull and McGee closing Smith and Brown to
around to give First Baptist a within one run 43.
2-0 lead in the first inning. In the top of the sixth inning
301 North-Waldo During the bottom of the Bill Kelton singled and was
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18 Local Youths Place In Golf Dixie Youth 1st /& 2nd Half Winners I


Keystone Heights and A
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Jour Starke youths placed formance one-under-par 69 per- explains, Saturday's round Dwavne McBride scored up with two runs via four on nn/ error then Snulh!
four in their divisions in Gainesville by Bob Gates of was switched from Green r Athletic House's winning run walks and a double by Glenn brought Gnann home with his
the top fourth week of in won the 16.17 Cove to Palatka because of as he came home on a wild C na nn, Elks closed the gap in double Tillnum then knocked
Bide of the NCF-PGA Junior play Golf division inclimate weather Next week pitch in the First Halt Dixie the bottom ol the inning itshoy l'ildgl'll t in with .1 Mimic IciimlCoke's I I
Palatka's by a stroke over the tour goes to West End Golf Youth Baseball play-offs
on municipal Palatka's ( picked un unearnedrun
Tour David Livingston' Club in Gainesville, back on Monday night making Athleticlouse up
Saturday. July 6.Keystone's who on errors lor .2-1
course !shot t a score
( 70
par golf schedule then first .
18 holes; of over the ; the following ( hall'champ; ( scoring Klks: loughi/
play. week back to Green Cove in
Donald a Coke picked up three runs m back but tell shin.) iI is! they
David Brown Johns Lake City swap with Palatka. The final The game lied 55. All'sDwu.Mie
shot 77 to the lop ol the inning iih Gnannwalked.l'adgett could come UI|> with ,just I one
the tO-H edge Starke's round is set at Ironwood
won age division Matt in McBride opened the Coke
run tin-
lerres reached first is won game 8-i(
shunting a 48 over the nine 78 by one stroke for Jacksonville in three weeks bottom! ol the sixth with a
._
the r
holes of play That beat out top spot in the 14.15 where trophies will be >ingle\ to shortstop. Kevin - - - -- - -
Starke's Joey Hcrres' 49 by division. awarded and a dinner held to :Miller lollowing McBride hit Don't Let Those
lime stroke Barry Thomas of Sixty-six end the 1974 round of play.Men'sSoftball. a llv' ball to the pitcher who MURSEinLigustrum
Starke was fourth with a 55.Starke's in the boys participated mishandled the ball, to put Chinch Bugs Ruin
is tourney Saturday. That :Miller on !first and McBride on BARGAINS Your Lawn.

Jay I Barker won the Fourth a good of July turnout weekend for the i + Lb n TTM,? ,kk second. A wild pitch by Griffis _---- -- oerNO Spray Em Away
and McBride and
division put Miller on
'l-and-under shooting) with several l 'rk
la 23 over the three holes. That naments other tour- (From Page 10) MBob third and second. On anothc-i Sill CNhpCitU6 Ortho
going on in the
state wild pitch thrown by Griff.
stroke better
one than
Richard was according to Starke Pro Herb cher for FB, holds the second :McBride scooted home '2U Chinch Bug
Julio had a O'Donoghtie.24 and two strokes KII, Herres, tour manager. Her res highest average of ,418 on 63 Milner, pitcher for First Baptist, swings hard for a breaking the tie. and givingAll Vibernum Spray
than says he knows five golfers who trips to the plate and 27 hits. base hit as the team won 5-3 over Smith and Thrown Momlav the game 65. Athleticlouse 4 2 II
Bobby Jell.
letter Kll. usually participate in the Mark night In Men's Softball.Norman's. Boxwood Save
oho had a 25. Graudons, center ( : now hold the !first halt $ 798
Hussell< Greek Keystone south tournaments.tour went to other fielder for Smith and Brown championship lead with five 2" *2 I GALSpectracide
Reg 9"
I won the 12-13 division with a holds the highest batting Farm Leads wins and six losses, pittosporum
average for his team at .440 on slat
iine-over-par 37 Breet llutliliiniis. The best four of seven 49 trips to the plate and 20 hits. Coca Cola advanced to the Sinensin
Green Cove and Tim scores will determine the Don Brown, right fielder, linals of the Dixie Youth 5211
IDortch.I Lake City were tied leaders in each group and holds the second highest of Women's Softball PlayNorman's league as they defeated the Oleander Lawn & Garden Spray
in second place one stroke tl. will be the basis for .436 on 46 trips to the plate and Elks Lodge team 86.
(back at 38 over the nine holes awarding 521 5 Oz Can
trophies, Herres
22 hits. Farm still in lead :3 singles by Linda Lunn a Coca Cola Shade Trees $177
and Elks ?
Third place Baldwin for first place in Women'sslowpitch single by Clara Dean, and a Lodge Reg 2'Controls
r ] r r Cheverolet rapped fifth place double got things started in the top ofthe
r r Recreational by Joy Andrews..RR..R. .
Brooker 15-11, during the lirst inning, as Coke came MattY TO
1 second Softball with a 7-0) record as ._ . .. . . .R. . fROM 38 Fruit &
game Monday night, they defeated Blalock's 14-0, CHOOSE
BEWARE OF on a triple by Eddie Colonial Florida 7-0 and Vegetable Pests11I
doubles by Douglas, and Koch's Drigs 11-2, during the PINE VALLEY
SUMMER GREMLINSLurking Larry Mercer, and singles by week's action.

/ behind the month of June are Charlie Douglas Green Mercer Joey and Bennett Lamar, Norman's held Blalock's 14- (.H. CHURCH :j Grass Master TM '
Sanford.
the summer gremlins uf July| and August. OTuesday night on three home
are Jiisl wailing lo pounce( upon you when They Douglas had a perfect nightat runs, two by Kelly Richardsand STARKE FLA. l
have let dO l mn your guard for a moment. This you the plate, going 5-for-5 and one by Diane Jordan. The Toros New Rear Bagger
year foil those pesky gremlins and have a scoring four runs. Baldwin other 11 runs were scored by 3O1 NORTH DOWN DIRT
happy time dominated the hitting 19-15. singles. Norman's : i
summer. out hit Now With KEY LECTRIC21"
ROAD BY BRADFORD
Douglas first baseman, leads Blalock's 13.1.Colonial .
However, if you do slip up and those little Baldwin hitters with a .612 on FURNITURE FACTORY : .
devils tel to you we have many product. in 49 trips to the plate and 30 hits. Florist topped a r \ Cut Self Propelled
stock that can help with these Irritating prob. Lenwood Kitchens, alternate Koch's Drugs 12.8 during the

lems pitcher.. has the second secon game Tuesday night as t tr C 'ipiete W.th.
Sunburn Poison Ivy and Oak highest of .545 on 33 trips to homerun was hit by Judy SaturdayNight \ $24995
Bagging'
Insect Bites Prickly Heat the plate and 18 hits. Adams for Colonial and one by .
Bee Stings; / Heat Rash Frank Tomlinson center Darlene Stancil for Koch's. Featuring 12 Cu. In High Torque
Athletes feet Bumps and BruisesOI' fielder for Brooker, holds the Colonail. scored its runs on a ) r Engine
highest batting average of .520 home run by Adams a triple ( Approx 5 H P ) Gives You More
\ OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US for the team; and Billy by Sheila Forsyth, singles by
v\ben' you nerd a drlKrry. We will deliver Bigham also a center fielder Violet Kendall, Pam Macy 7:30 4 The Cutting Power With Less Noise It Cots

l.rul1Il.tlythollt! extra charge, A great many holds the second highest of and Carol Beam and on Cleans Vacuums Bags or
people. rile on us for their health
needs.Ve errors. Colonial edged Koch's
JULY
.
,welcome counts..requests for Ucliicry service and charge .481.Terry Hardee, center 14-12\ in batting Gospel i Motlel Mulches & Disperses
fielder for Cunningham Gulf
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For average of .523 for his team. game Koch's Drugs defeated 13o Trade Up To Toro Today
Dependable RevelatorsiEVERY
DeliveriesKOCH'S Claude third
Hardee Blalock's 11.4, with three
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baseman has the second home runs by Darlene Stancil -
DRUGS highest of .468. Kern Jackson and Carolyn Reguardless Of Condition

I'nIs1'EIPIIii:: ( : CI1OI1SIS; Lloyd Crawford second Redding. The other eight runs
baseman for Lawtey holds were scored on a double and OIIDA GARDEN
166 W Call w-7-2-74 Starke, Fla. '- the highest batting average of single by Jan Searle and ONEWELCOME :'
538 for his team and Skippy singled by Stancil, Jennifer EST CENTER
Crawford left fielder, has the Jockel. Linda Powell and
second highest of ..342.Worried Karen Powell. Koch's out hit ON1I01 539 East Call St

Blalock's 18.6.Norman's PH- 964-5745
a OUKU ca
(. 't"-\l" >>' Farm topped
: >'l4bJt',...,.. about GASand second game Friday night .
: { i} with a home run and triple by #
Kelly Richards and five other
1.'fi-/'F': '' "'P" singles. Norman's edged by r
H Colonial 6-4 in batting. ,-w.-". r-- I------- -
r Norman's scored its runs on
home runs by Woods and ,. .:,
OIL' Bleasdale, a triple by Linda .

Cubbedge, and singles by .1
Claudia Bennett Kelly1lchards.
Bleasdale Diane
Jordan, and Marion Walm-
sley Nroman's out hit Koch's a;:,
SHORTAGES? 1612.

Colonial Florist held winless ( i,.,
Blalock's Meat Market 8-1 ,y ,
during the second game ,tf ;dF itk.u,. r 44'r.
111111Q Tuesday night as Colonial

THEN THINK ABOUT ihi11_ ii outhit home Margie runs Blalock's Evans.by Kendall 14-6 Colonial's on and two _

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Joint Application Filed For Matching Funds Count Notebook Agents





To Restore Old Courthouse For Bicentennial By '1.;


Bobbyi: ?. ,

main .......................................................... ..... r.r ,
Announcement that the Phase I work on the old courthouse Ing entrance porch : -IW&FORESTRY Taylor "
Bradford County Bicentennial 0\.tiTION'r will consist of marble tile.Painting. ,-

Committee has applied for a Q4; stabilizing the exterior byRepolnting : aU exterior wood '

$20,000 matching funds grant ap- and metal.In rul3 (] paa4aoaE5 IN IIAIfOII
< COWITY
was made Monday night at a proximately 2.000 square feet a narrative statement
joint meeting of the Committee "(" of brick and granite. accompanying the ap.plication. Looks like we are now In the
with the Bradford g -Steam cleaning exterior the architect said: I] [! rainy season of the year since

County Historical Board of and waterproofing brick with Terry Reedy most areas of the county are
Trustees ) clear silicone. "The old Bradford County Farm )Forester getting rain in amounts from
County Judge Elzie San. -Replacing and repairing Courthouse located In the : daily showers to heavy
ders chairman of the Bicentennial missing and damaged win- downtown business district of downpours. These rains have
Committee and E. L. '>7S-191Q dows. Starke Florida Is one of the not delayed tobacco or
Matthews chairman of the -Miscellaneous millwork few old original courthouses of vegetable harvest but have
Historical Trustees reported at exterior eaves and ceilings architectural and historical The Fourth or July weekend caused problems In the

that a project for restoration If approved by the Florida -Minor repairs to asbestos significance remaining In the offered my wife and I the harvesting of hay.
of the old Bradford County Bicentennial Commission in roof shingles and copper State of Florida. It is the only I chance to take off for the
Courthouse had been approved Tallahassee the $20.000 in flashings. public building of major Great Smoky !Mountains Some o-f the problems we
by both groups jointly state and federal funds (or -Repairing main entrance historic value left in Bradford National Park to do some wilderness have with daily rains Is the

and the application had been whatever portion of this porch roof and replacing County. The original portion hiking. Just back build.up of disease on our
filed by Hershel Shepard amount is approved) will be gutters at 1936 addition plus was constructed in 1902 at a .. (from this trip I want to share growing plants and the difficulty .
Jacksonville architect who matched by local funds and all downspouts, cost of$12.500. and an addition .. with you a lorester's view of l we have in applying
prepared cost estimates on "in.kind" services.As -Repairing metal cornice was completed in 1936. the mountain country. fungicides to control the
the 72 old Bradford County's first ( diseases. I have seen and I .I
restoring
year on original buiJding. "Recognizing the im ul- : Even though the nationalpark's
0 0I am getting calls about mildew
structure. Bicentennial project, the -Removing and reinstall.ebiTORiA1S )
is built
tance of this building not only perimeter up and rust on vegetables brown
to the community but to the I into a highly commercialized patch in lawns, and scab on I'
State and Nation as well the tourist area the park itself is These are diseases
1973 session of the Florida AN still pleasantly natural with that pecans.can be controlled with

Legislature passed House Bill its lush vegetation throughout fungicides that are available.
No. the thousands of of
20901. creating the Bradford acres
But again our problem is
County Board of Histori- roadless expanse. Whether
getting the fungicide on the
cal Trustees; designating the you backpack into the rugged .
: ) and keeping it there
- site; and requiring the owners or just drive through the park disease.
at that time Bradford County) to convey have the opportunity to ob-
same to the TI'ustees. In serve and enjoy the beauty of There has been a lot of interest .
NewFaces Will Be Seen addition the Trustees are : nature's woodlands in its in summer and fall

presently nominating the (To be sung by taxpayers with feeling to the tune of many diverse styles. gardens.
Courthouse for the National
"My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean." 3 Let me just describe the I have been asked if we can
of
Register Historic Places in )
As woodlands as \\e saw it while plant and grow certain
Phase Plan Starts conjunction with the State of
)Florida Division of Archives : hiking some of the back- vegetables now.lost!
History and Records Manage- Today I received my assessment, ; country of the park vegetables would grow If we

ment. Today I received quite a shock. Leaving the car at the could effectively control insects .

More new faces from the Today I received my assessment Smokemont campground and diseases. It Is
under the direction of Dr. ,
University of )Florida will be Robert Ileighton will be hereto natives which could be used. "Restoration of the courthouse Tomorrow Ill be back in hock! nestled along a fast flowing generally recommended that
seen around Bradford county continue to collect basic We cannot plan for you. The will benefit the com- mountain stream we began we walt and plant a fall

this summer as Phase ]II I for information on the county and county and its people will have munity in three importantways. [Chorus] our first day's hike up the garden next month. This
planning assistance on land its to choose how they will meet slopes to Cabin )
use begins. The study thiS "Citizen municipalities.participation is an their future" Dr. Heighton Roll back, roll back 0 roll back the mil.age designated campsite for insect and disease bUlld.up
summer will focus on the of land concluded. "First as a striking Please do, please do. hikers. Smokcmont is at an from spring crops and make It
integral part use This Is example of turn.of-the- easier to produce a quality
project
being
collection of basic information con- elevation between three and
planning, Dr. Heighton said. Roll back, roll back 0 roll back the
in the areas of citizen par After all planning is for ducted under a $6.200 grant century Victorian architecture millage, four thousand feet above sea vegetable. We have a
ticipation environmental it is to from the U.S. Department of the old courthouse boo hoof level. At that elevation the vegetable gardening guide
people so important Housing and Urban structure is worthy of that list the suggested plan-
assessment health care and know what their wants and preser- principal tree is the majestic
transportation.A needs are. We can get this Development (mUD) and Is a vation for its architectural I opened that little white paper1 .. : tulip poplar which reaches Its ting times for vegetables that
Section 701 value to both community and will in our area. Call or
Preliminary Survey is valuable information through planning grant. couldn't believe greatest size in these grow
The two-thirds federal and State. my own eyes come by our office if do
printed in this week's mountams. Along with this you
their In the
participation one-third local Instead of a modest white cottageI -. not have a of this guide.
Telegraph and citizens are grant permits 3 tree can be found some of the copy
encouraged to participate by planning hope process.We the people of the local portion of the grant "Secondly the continued now occupy a "high rise"! southern oaks along with
to be "in kind." The use and maintenance of this Got a call this week from
filling it out and returning it to Bradford wIll UF : sycamore and a few scattered aMr.
the Telegraph Office by July as much county as possible help as we us student hours on the project major focal point of the down- [Chorus] : white pine. Black locust trees Frazier of the
will count the local "in town area and its ample open Southeastern Farm Press in
20. II is emphasized that while collect information their as card, be found there as well.
the survey is only ideas needs and on wants kind" contribution. space would enhance the Roll bock, roll back, 0 roll bock the millage to ; Starting on our upward Mississippi. He asked about

preliminary the response will through this We are Citizens of the county are present business district and yesteryear. : journey I quickly noticed our general farm situation
indicate what survey. urged to provide the aid in preventing its deterior- eastern hemlock and how crops and livestock were
problems are not going to tell the people of Roll back, roll back so bankruptcy we need not some
important in the minds of this county how they should necessary local "in-put" by ation. The bUilding would yellow birch both trees native progressing. and how our
Bradford county citizens at plan for the future. All we can completing the form in this become a living part of the fear. to my home country of nor.thern producers were getting along.To .
this time. do is bring the resources of the week's paper and returning to business district for its excellent Wisconsin and Upper answer this question would
The Preliminary Survey is a University to bear on the data the Bradford County location will make it The house that I built with hard labor, : Michigan. As we reached be difficult even after careful

I beginning point from which a and suggest what we think are Telegraph or mailing to P.O. possible to lease first floor and Cost ten thousand ten years ago. : greater heights these hemlock study and analysis of each

group of university students reasonable planning alter- Drawer B. Starke, possibly second floor spaces to They now say it's worth forty thousando -. : and birch became more production area. It is more
suitable tcnants A suite is prevalent while the sycamore difficult to try to answer in a
presently leased to the State ; how that ten thousand did grow! nutshell
................. ..... and southern oaks and black over the telephone.
PRELIMINARY SURVEY """ Employment Service : : locust began to fade away.
several inquiries have been [Chorus] Gist of my answer though
received from other potential Here I will stop for a was that our farmers and
The Bradford County Zoning Commission with the North Central Florida tenants. However the reten- Roll bath roll bock, o roll bock the miVage moment to explain what such producers are caught in a

Regional Planning Council and the University of Florida is making a tion of the present tenant and Please do please do. trees are doing so far south. It price-cost squeeze that Is

which will help Bradford County to focus on the attraction of future tenants iscontmgl'nt Roll back roll bock- my kiddies don't like gopher is said that for every too feet making it difficult for most of
preliminary planning
survey upon\ restoration of stew! of increased elevation, the them to see da'lighl. Beef
primary concerns of its dtizcns. the structure. climate is similar to that cattle producers appear to be

You can help your county and yourself by answering the following found three to five hundred the hardest bit at the present
questions: "Finally, it is believed Don't blame the poor tax assessor, miles northward. The hem- time. Many of them have held
rental income will enable the lIe's just doing what he was told, lock and birch seeds were expensive cattle and have

"What do you feel are the most important problems facing you, your Trustees Bradford to County establish museum the first and But someone somewhere must be thinking Appalachian carried to this area and across Smoky the production experienced costs while increased cattle

Please list in order of im- of the second We aU found a pot of gold!
family your town and.or Bradford County ( art center in part : pure Mountain chains establishing prices have steadily declined

portance.) floor. Additional space would [Chorus] trees that were able to survive since last September Indications .
be set aside as a meeting due to a climate similar to are that prices will

1. . . . . . . . . . . . house for groups such as Roll bath roll bock, 0 roll bock the : that found along their northern continue to be low for the rest
senior citizens who do not millage : range of growth.In .
of this because in
we are
2. . . . . . . . . . . . . have meeting space of their Please do, please do. the normal year period when most
own. Suggested use of the Roll back, roll back- the house the sa.--.e area that you
3. . . . . . . . . . . . ... . courthouse in the school : in view! poor is looming will find the hemlock and annual should production be markl'ted.from thefal'm

4. . . . . . . . . : . . . program has been favorably : birch I noticed qUite a few red

received by the School Board. ............................ ............................... maple. This tree having a. If our cattlemen try to hold
5. . . . . . . . , range of tremendous diversity and
calves cows that should be
"The and 1936 of can be found in the wet
6. (General Comments) . . . . . . . 1902 stages bottomlands of Florida high sold now they could experience .
remain
construction virtually
short and
high.
unaltered with the one exception III the mountains or on mOist
priced feeds this winter
Please do not put your name and address on this questionnaire. However, has been that the replaced original with slate asbes-roof V@GJuruj: or even wet United sites States in the It northeastern is unimportant There is not as much surplus

choice we would) like to know if you are: (CHECK appropriate box where there is a 2. tos shingles. The building is in member in the and grass cows available and calves now are as not usual in
of
development lorest
excellent structural condition many
liS good condition as they
and generally requires only I'pes.
: Gil Banciu of Keystone The rain we have been should be.
normal maintenance \\ork.
((1)) ....Male ...Female Work unaer this grant will Heights landed a nice 7 pound getting lately seems to have The following day alter a
((2)) ....Married ...Single restore the budding exterior bass out of Newnans Lake improved fishing a great deal. rainy night at Cabin Flats \\e To sell calves when they
should be hold
((3)) I live in: ....Starke ....Brooker ....Lawtey ....Hampton .....Elsewherein to first class condition. In- near Gainesville last Satur- Big bass are being caught all began our fifteen mile endurance calves hoping sold for or to higher
day. Also Larry Barnhill of over the place. hike that took us well
County ...Other (Specify) . . . . . . . . . terior original renovations construction will Jacksonville caught an 8 1-2 All fishing news Is welcome. over the live thousand foot prices will be a difficult

((4)) I work in: ....Starke ....Brooker ....Lawtey ...Hampton .....Elsewherein and preserve will be accomplished for pounder out of Levy's Prairie Please call us at 473-01357. and level before swinging back decision Most will for the cattleman.sell

County ....Other (Specify) . . . . . . . . tenants bv the Trustees as last Sunday Both of these fish we will be glad to Include your down to Smokemont and schedule when probably they consider or
were caught on a Blue Creme congested civIlization. During
((5)) My is: ....Under 18 ....18-44 ....45.64 ....65 and : required news in this column. the possibility of a long hard
age yrs over worm. that day's climb I kept my
..__ __u __._. -=--_____.___ _. _u._ _
((6)) What was last grade of education completed (Check only one) h It gC tit r i Ire ,,; eyes open for more changes in and costly winter.

: ....Grade 1 to 6 ....7-9 ....10.12 ....Jr. College ...University T the timber type. We stopped
often to look around, as this
((7)) Annual Income$2,999orless ....$3.000-$4.999 ....$5.000-$6.999 :' ,_ kket "a x was my excuse hen I needed

....$7,000-$8,999 ....$9.000-$14.000 ....$15.000 or more to catch my breath during our bored slopes. The simplist
to be that
answer seems
no
((8)) Ethnic group: ...Black ....White ....Other (Specify) . . first three hours WhIle of constant seed source was close enough
uphill hiking. resting
to established when
and thinking how tough get areas
Thank you very much for your assistance in theconfidential survey. ; mountain hIking can be. I were opened up through such
natural
Also, if you wish to be contacted and discuss this survey further, you may noticed that we had now lost our way means back down such as the fire.slopes On
the tulip poplar and gained the
include and address.
your name I watched the reverse of the
red oak and
NOTE If have filled out this this northern sugar timber chain described
: you survey previously please give copy maple the main source of above.
to friend : t, We lost the big northern red
a or neighbor. maple in New England
lri syrup
I'' oaks and
and the Lake States. These sugar maples and
tit rrw yr, wer red oaks which produce high once again reached the tulip
: Mailing address (return to): . . . . . . . . quality lumber and veneer poplar country.

(Name) at wood were growing to a size I
Saturday afternoon

. . . . . . . . . . . . . rh+ er i ,rrt1 never saw them reach before. drove up to Clingman's Dome.As we.

(City) (Box No. or St. Address) (State) (Zip Code) .: Verna and I saw many trees the park's tallest peak it
brAr stands at 6M3 feet above
?' r 1. sea
.......... .......................,...................................... ......." .............: and three nearly to four one feet hundred in diameter feet level. The trees to be found
there the red
were spruce and
tall and straight as an arrow.
> Although these trees would frazier fir very similar to the
ORIo4 while and balsam
spruce fir
BRADFORD make great lumber they are
that far
into northern
E c0GN grow up
protected from cutting within
Canada. The mountain
A the park as are all trees. The ash
used as an ornamental yard
National Park Service does
auAtlt Qfrirrap1r4j70N tree In of the
N many parts
:not allow timber cutting except -
: 0I country was also growing

I ) t.ra p Shrine Club Thanks Public Along under with very these rare trees cases., we there bushy but form.If in. a very stunted

BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER could still find some red
\: Publishers From left: Fritz Kramer, chairman 01 the 100 :Million Club: Pete Fancher; Glb maple and yellow birch as

r Publish.d each Thursday and .aeered s Second Class Matte: ac the Po.t Office Stake Brown past president; Tom Crawford president: Buddy Garner, treasurer; Howell well as sweet birch principally you ever have the oppor-
El.. ender Act of Much 3, 1819. a asworth)', ht vice president: Fayne Bateman, 2nd vice president and chairman 01 the of the northeastern tunity to take a ride through
chicken dlnnn. United States. Looking at the Great Smoky Mountains
Subscription rac. ia uad. area: .6 per year: 3.50 sis moaths.Pbos.964.6305 these trees I began to wonder National Park or any portion
The Shrlners express appreciation to everyone In making It possible for the local club to raise of the
Outside wade Appalachians
area: S1 per year: $4.00 sismonrh.. Scatk. why such a tree as the white or Smoky
Fla
6.01141 for support 01 the Crippled Children' hospitals and Burns In.tltutu last year. The birch didn't exist here or Mountains I recommend that
money was raised through candy sales and the Shrine{'Iub's annual chicken dinner somewhere:, along the tim- you do 110.
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By Elizabeth Givens Walker

SCHOOL NEWS
Adult Basic Classes are In
progress at the Vo-Tech
Center and RJE for interested
persons who would like to
study for self-improvement, a "
high school diploma or a
better job. The opportunity is SAVEq
yours for attending the
classes which will be in
progress through July.
The swimming program
started Monday, July 8, for
the children of Bradford
County. Students attendingwill
achieve skills needed to
become good swimmers. All
parents are asked to please
cooperate with the program. QS
1 0 SS
OES NOTICE BEEF PEOP

Dell Chapter OES will meet
tonight (Thursday) at 8 p.m.
in the Masonic Hall on SAVI20. W-D PRICES GOOD THURS.
BRAND USDA CHOICI BEE
Brownlee Street. All membersare
urged to attend.CHURCH Bala RUMP ROAST JULY 11 THRU WED.

u. $' 69
NEWSSt.
John's Baptist Church WeD BRAND WeD BRAND JULY 17
Rev. Willie Huffman pastor. USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS U.S.D.A. INSPECTED
Sunday School, 10 a.m. SAVE 31< W.D BRAND
Morning Worship at 11. Afternoon USDA CHOICE BEEF SIRLOINSTEAK FULL CUT PURE (NO ADDITIVES) HICKORY SWEET SLICED


Kittles Visitors. Zion pastor.always service AME Church welcome.Mt. Prayer, 3 Rev.p.m..Ser- ROUND STEAK GROUND BEEF BACON

vices started last week for the

revival.Monday July Preaching 8, with began Rev. $158 71cLB.
H.L. period of Jacksonville in LB. SAVE 39 LB.
charge. The revival will close $
Friday night, July 12. Sunday
.
services will begin with TASTY BEEF (TWELVE 4-oz. SIZE) J 5 $359 W-D BRAND WHOLE
Sunday School at 10 a.m.
Morning Service at 11, Love PATTIES 8 0"" PORK SHOULDER SMOKED

p.m.New Feast Communion Service. .4 LB. LB. PICNICS58C

Bethel Baptist Church. PKG.
Prayer Meeting and Bible
Class at 7:30: Wednesday. 3 LB. $199 HORMEL SHENANDOAH DARK MEAT TURKUY
Sunday School, 930.: Morning PKG.
LB.
service at 11. Communion Can Ham Roast
Service 6:30.Wednesday: .
night July 18, $ 99CA
Sunday School and BTU LB. $779 PK13.
Congress will start at Bethel .7N

Baptist Brown Church president., Rev. S.J.All SAVE 21C SAVE lOc SAVE 12c

members are asked to
cooperate with this activity.

Rev.Ebenezer Leroy Baptist Davis Church pastor. KRAFT CHICKEN OF THE SEA LIGHT DEL MONTEGREEN CUT


Service Thursday Friday night and night Bible the Congress Prayer Class. MAYONNAISE CHUNK TUNA BEANS

Choir will rehearse for the ,
Sunday School and BTU Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigi. 3 I Limit 4 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigs _
Congress. There will not be '
services on the third Sunday.
Greater Bethlehem kRAFT mJnrr
Freewill Baptist Church Rev. aise
Jasper Williams pastor. Tiny 1
Tots and Ushers Board meet
Monday night. Tuesday night $
Senior Choir rehearsal. 32-0'. 61/7-oz. 1Ifa 6-0"
Prayer Meeting each Wed- CAN
nesday night. Thursday night JAR CANS
Story Hour at the Church.
Ladles Circle meeting
Thursday night. Friday night SAVI 21. IIPTON SAVE 16. LUX LIQUID SAVI 17. _

Junior Choir rehearsal, 6 p.m. Tea Detergent Beef Hash
The ladies will be selling pies Bags
Friday night. Saturday the I -
-
Can Circle will sell dinners. At 22-01. 58 C 15'12-01. 58 C -- -I. \
11 a.m. Sunday the pastor and PKO. 10TTLI CAN _-GOI.OlED"!
congregation will go to Quantity Rights rOUR 1
Pearson to render services on Reserved U. S. No. 1 \ pFf Vl/1'T14 'T1419 \
a Dual for Rev. TYSON
Day
program WINN DIXIE STO ES. INC PON
O'Neal. At 6 p.m.the Women's COPYRIGHT 1974 HARVEST FRESH \ Sc palti C'I 1
Home Mission will be in CHICKEN, SALISBURY OR TURKEY "" ..0"_ _

charge.welcome. Visitors always PEACHES DINNERS \\::

Greater Allen Chapel AME SAVE 18c HEINZ SAVE SUPERBRAND
Church. Rev. B.C. Williams
pastor. Sunday is Trustee KETCHUP o TWIN POPS
Day, starting with Sunday
School at 10 a.m. Morning

service Worship at at 5:30.11. Afternoon $ 100 M.$100
The State-Tri Convention is 2 32.0& $ $ 2 >

July in progress 812.cEEEtc. in Jacksonville BOTTLES J| PKGS.


[[( (HELTEILHOMECOMING(!(! ( ( 11-oz.PKGS.. LIBBY LIMEADE OR
SAVE 17c LEMON.L1ME LB5. .
( ( Ect7a(! GATORADE PINK OR REGULARLEMONADE

: : U.s. No. 1 HARVEST FRESH CALIFORNIA u.s. No.1 REGULAR

"Velvet perform and at the the Evangels"will 60th An- Plums & Nectarines Potatoes

niversary of Pine Level $ 1 oo $ 100
Baptist Church on Sunday 4 32.0& 00 8 *&.
July begin at 14.10 a.m.Morning with dinner services on BOTTLES g| 3 LIS. $1 WASHINGTON CHERRIES STATE RING 1 0 POLY BAG $119 CANS

the grounds that afternoon.
Bring your basket and join us u. 59'
for the grand celebration.VBS .

KRAFT MORTON ASSORTED Vine Ripened
KRAFT 1000 ISLE
COMING: UP
Summer is half over but Dressing e e e 3 JAR 8'01. $100 Mustard e 2 JARS 6.01. 25C Cream Pies . 'PKG.39c Tomatoes e La 39'
the best part is yet to come.
Another Vacation amY CROCKER LAYER FRISKIES TYSON U.S. No 1

On Bible July School outstanding 15-19 is, from about 9 to to start.11:30: Cake Mixes 2 18'/0'01.'KOS. 88c Dog Food I e 5 '"CANS''' $100 1 Chix 'N Basket 'A? $189 Yellow Onions 5 SAO LB. 69C

a.m.. Pine Level Church will NINE LIVES DOUGLAS POLY BAO SHOESTRING FRENCH FRY HOOD .

present Heaven" Bible"God's School.Way to CatTHRIFTY Food . 4 61h CANS e. 88C Whole' Chicken 'LAN l oc. 99C Potatoes 4 % & $109 Orange Juice 3 as;:;;: $1 1

There will be stories songs SOUTHERN BISCUIT SAVE 6c DIXIE DARLING SANDWICH SUPERBRANO COFFEE ASTOR
pins refreshments gospel .5 & 68C Bread 2 24'01. 88C Creamer. 4 3s $1 1 Juice 3 1201. 99C
gloves for everyone and a Four. . o' S e LOAVes . Orange CANS
special Karate show each day. MAID SAVE 17c DIXIE DARLING HAMBURGER BUNS OR DIXIANA MIXED OR STEW FOX DE LUXE HAMBURGER. SAUSAGE OR

964-6490 For free or transportation 964-606J. The call Apple Juice "JAR 01. 48C Hot Dog Rolls 3 :K ICS. 88C Vegetables: . 'A?' 59C Cheese Pizza va. 79C
church is located three miles

west of Starke on Highway ... .. .............................. ......-....................... .......-. .................... ..........................-. .

100. SINGING TEENS .I. -.EXTRA ; EXTRA EXTRA ; EXTRA ; EXTRA

comprised This young of 25 gospel singers group from '' Jen.WITH MIW GREEN..Ar..CMIM3M STAMPS AM*MMCMAMONE M ., I I d7.. GREEN.. ..i ceufVM STAMPS AN*IVACM.M. at I .d7c......GREEN......___STAMPS...WNMM q I ( .d74.W...GREEN...........-STAMPS...WM I I d.IfN(MIWt GREEN...f. COWMM STAMPS AH*MIKMAM. N ;,
z; ; ONE 34 CT BOX ONE 3 IS CUP
Pine Level will perform at 1.-IB. CAN FOLGER'SCoffee 1 '01. CAN RAID HANDY PANTS ONE 75 CT. PKO GLAD SUPERBRAND CREAMED '
the Lawtey vocational Roach & Ant Bomb DiapersGOOD Storage Bags Cottage Cheese ;
Community Center at 7:30: i GOOD THRU JULY 17 GOOD THRU JULY 17 0000 THRU JULY 17 .
1 THRU JULY 17 1 GOOD THRU JULY 17
p.m. Monday July 15. Special NO St B.IMI O 32 ', No 33 .,. ..,_.. ......... Ns NO 35 T I0 w MM Ml. '
T IOCM WIMM A t( l I
speaker for the evening will be ........a............. .............T.VOUIOT4t... WIHM. .M.*..... ........-.... ? 1B' _._._._.... ......... .. .. ... i
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of
Don director ----
Scott youth
West Meadows Baptist EXTRA EXTRA EX..R EX.--R, EX..RA..J ,

Church residents Jacksonville.The will present. a I'' .....' M.MHI GREEN-STAMPS W WNNW M I I *MTW(MfWVAM.GREEN,VMM STAMPS AM*WMMAM *f I ( WlfN d71 MI.GREEN......&OVMW STAMPS.M.........*M I .NW ec...GREEN.......-STAMPS W-....M ( I .dx.. M.N.NI..s.W GREEN STAMPS WNMM M. ;
drug program and their ''[ ONE ..IS PEG BANQUETFried ONE USDA GRADE 'A' 1 ONE 12.PK PKOSUPERBIAND 1 ONE Mat PKO 1 ONE 601. PKO JENOSSAUSAGE
testimonies to the youth thus I Chicken QUICK FROZEN ICE CREAMSandwiches CHEF BOYAR DEE OR SHRIMP
orientating them to our drug GOOD THRU JULY 17 W-D Brand Turkey ; Beef Pizza 1, Pizza Rolls ,
society. The vocational : ".'S: 1 L GOOD THRU- JULY 17 1 GOOD THRU JULY 17 2+w 0000 THRU JULY 17 $ GOOD THRU JULY I 17
center, under the direction of No. 56 ? NNM 7 AT. u .oc.l .m. .. No 38.,??., ., ,. No. 39 AT tout lK.I IMIMMMMII No.60 ..,0.',.c.........
James Wainwright has 70
residents working in the
community, and 30 others are
education.involved in vocational = JDJIlfrum : QOQpLt

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CLASSIFIED FOR SALE: Registered Angus
>RATES
cows and yearling bulls, also BILLS HOME REMODELING FOR RENT: Nice 1 BR and 2 B R, FOR SALE: 1974 Double wide 24x BRASINGTON GORDON

Deadline for Insertion Angus Semmiental Cross SERVICE: Electrical, plum. furnished apartments Phone 60 Brigidiere Mobile Home 2 CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE AIR CONDITIONING

Tuesday Noon Calves. Clifford Martin, bing and carpentry. Fast 9646947. Itp 7/11 BR 2 Baths, den, large kit- 2698
preceding SALES&SERVICE
service. If its in the home -- ---- & HEATING CO.
\wo -
Thursday before publication. Lawtey, Fla. Phone 9647145. -- -- chen and dining room. Fine selection of Used Cars

!Minimum Charge$2.00 7/11 3tp 7/25 do it. Call 9648087.4tp 7/25 FOR RENT: Furnished apart- Washer and Dryer, cent heat Taken On Cadillac Trades PLUS TAX & TAG COMMERCIALREFRIGERATION
------------- --- -- ---- ment. 3 and air cond. Moving,
(Covers 13 Words! ) rooms and bath. No must 2(101( N.W.13tft 378-5301
children or pets. 204 W. sell. 431-1911. 7/11 2tp 7/18 SERVICE
Each: word over 15 i MOBILE HOME
LOSE \WEIGHT
: Safely and fast
Adkins. -- -- ------
Phone --
cents FOR SALE: Camper to fit 964-8021.
10 top GAINESVILLE
with X-11 Diet Plan, $3.00. INSTALLATION / ND
short wheelbase Chevrolet Itchg 7/11 FOR SALE: 1973 Mobile Home .
REDUCE Excess Fluids with MAKES
SERVICE ON ALL
All Classified! Ads must be pick-up. Excellent condition, X-Pel, $3.00. Money Back -- ---- ------ $600 down $112 monthly. 2

paid for in advance unless you will sacrifice at $150 or best Guarantee Koch Drug. FOR RENT 12' wide mobile' BR, 1 3/4 bath also Large lot, BOB GORDON

have an established account offer. Also, antique dining 15tchg 7/25 homes outside city limits. 4. city water, gas, lights. Also $ SAVE $ STATE CERTIFIED
with the Telegraph in that table, good condition. Best B. White. Ph. 964-6114. If 1/2/ acre lot Putnam Hall, Cesspool
------------ no
event 50 cents extra charge offer. Call 9647895. Itp 7/11 answer call 9648775. tfchg. lights, well, $2100. FRED 4MASTER: H.A.R.V.

for billing. Not responsible for -- -- -- -- -- Working hrs. 4-10 P.M. DAVIS LICENSED.INSURED

errors when given over the FOR SALE Angus "SEE WHAT MARY KAY'S Christina. Polk St. Starke, Off GMC TRUCKS .
: Registered
phone or when copy is not cows. Heifers and bull calves. COSMETICS can do for you". Pratt St. 1tp 7/11 BUICK PONTIAC"A Ii

typed and brought to the of. Louise Starling, Ph. 473-3092, -- -- -- LITTLE
RIDE PHONE 473.4777
J. B. White. Ph. 964-6114 or CAN
fice. 964-6775. tfchg. Keystone Heights. 4tp 7/11 t HElP WANTEDHELP 1 L SAVE YOU A LOT" TF' POF S E3
------ RT. :3 BOX 266 STARKE
------------ 5 acre farm block house mobile GREEN COVE SPRINGS
PART OR FULL TIME Sales AUDI ON HY. tOO 5 MILES SO.
FOR SALE: 1973 Westwind home cleared, fenced. I
Sarah Coventry Jewelry. OF STARKE ItKIC
boat. 1973 115 HP Mercury 376-4551
power tilt and trim and new Phone 9648206. 1tp 7/11 WANTED: Hart time atHardee's. 8 acre chicken farm, HamptonNew
t FOR SALE ] -- ---- --- Also management 4222 NW 13th St.
JIMMY MOORE'SSun
gator trailer Bilge pump 12 TENS. The Office Shop
gal. mounted tank, $2995 STARKE CYCLE CENTER, 207 trainees. 7/18 Apply in person. homes, low down paymentAll Gainesville II! cents and 25 cents.
7/112tp SportsMORE
Firm. Used 15-20 hrs. 473- N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020.
-- ------
4974 Day, 964.5262, eve. Ask Your authorized HODAKA ---- size acreage with terms BOAT FOR
FOR HP
SALE 75 Chrysler
for Bruce Jackson. 1tchg 7/11 dealer HAVE OPENING for capable YOUR MONEY.' TF
engine 16 ft boat and trailer tfchg------ FRED SACKETT-REALTOR 1
---
-- -------- person desiring career serving
Good condition Kids lost STARKE PH 964-5791 "PI
present clients and 205 N. Temple(US-301)) n"cJ.ihe
interest Must sell. 4732210, FOR SALE: Zipper cream peasat MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also, insurance. selling 964-6522 -
Experience
tfchg farmers market or $5 a mobile home hurricane an- Equal unnecessary Nite 468-1753 COMPLETE OUTBOARD Bi

- - bushel at farm. Please bring choring and-mobile'home roof opportunity STERN DRIVE SERVICE
employer. Call Starke
office
your own container. Phone coating. Olin's MOBILE Home AND REPAIR PAINTINGCONTRACTORS
GARAGE SALE: Fri. and Sat. 964-7301 or Gainesville office - 9645156 Seeber Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W.
July 12 and 13, at 375 N. Forsyth 376.2582 for appointment.7/4 FoS--le; ; COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
Starke Fla.
16 Starke. ,
St. State Road West, tfchg
Cherry Itp 7/11 2tp 7/11 REPAIR
------ --
-- - 7/42tp7/11 ----------- I CUSTOM
BUILT FIBERGLASS'FISHING -
SAWS ,
SHARPENED
- --- -- "Won 4
Br. Frame
''
FOR SALE: Used juke boxes and guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or HELP WANTED: Need extra BOATS

pin games for home use. Call FOR SALE: 6 by 9 linoleum' leave at Jackson Building cash? Have TimesUnionMotor 1 Mi Out Of City of StarkeSpecializing

5332421. Itp 7/11 $3.50.9 by 12 $5.98, 12 by 12 Supply, Starke or Keystone Route available. Grossis

- -. .- $11.95 and 12 by 15 $14.94up. Heights. Tfchg. $150 week. Call Carl Hagan On 1 Acre With '
ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS
DAHMERS DISCOUNT. Toll Free 18003422709.
Itp
FOR SALE: Beautiful finger-tip Trees'l
tfchg. Priced ForImmediate
bridal veil with tiera headpiece 7i11--- in Commercial
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dotted with tiny seed pearls. AUTOMOBILESUSED -- - -
FOR SALE: White sweet corn
Used once Good as new.
$35 Phone 473.2210. $2.00 bushel and other 964.7826 964.6593 964-5148 Custom Painting
David Wain-
vegetables.
- -
wright. Rd. 16, 2 miles East of .r WANTED J George Roberts 8 A.M. 9 A.M.
FOR SALE: Couch Strong Starke. Phone 964 8479. 1tp FOR SALE: 1973 Chevy Truck.
12
$35. LawnMower MIDNIGHT 1 A.M.
sturdy Hide-a Bed 7/11
$15. Runs good. Good condition small equity Real Estate Residential painting also at
-- --- -- -- -- and take over payments. I
Moscovie Ducks, $3 pr. Starke, Florida 964-7959 I
Phone 9648467. 1tp 7/11 TV Color picture tubes only Phone 9648443. Itp 7/11 WANTED: Yards to mow, largeor
- -- -- 2 P.M. 5 P.M. reasonable
-- $7a\ plus labor, Dahmers small. Phone 7823270. 1tp : prices

Discount. tfchg. FOR SALE: 1967 Ambassador 7/11
FOR SALE Lawtey, Fla. Excellent
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--- -- --- -- 440 Acres Bradford 1310.9.28
business location DPL power steering, brakes, County
on automatic transmission, radio, Land. See us for liberal terms
S W Corner of Highway 301 LOTS Zoned for mobile homes
air, excellent condition. WANTED Used furniture (IBrokers invited to cooperate) All Brands Paint Available:
and Lake Avenue. Lot 100 x and houses. Several sub- United Farm
964-6930. - ---
Dewey McKinney. refrigerators, washers Dah
50 divisions
Negotiable terms. to choose from. Only 1tp 7/11/ mer's Discount House tfohg 3 BR, 2 Baths Masonry, cent. Agency Inc SherwinWilliamsPittsburghSuntecAce
Mclaughlin Realty Inc., $95 down. Monthly paymentsto heat/air. Family Room, Closed. ,
-- ---- -- -
Gainesville. 378 1463. 1tchg suit your budget. Ph. 468-
in Garage, large lot, excellent REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER
7 11FOR 1551 or 964-8331. ftchg. FOR SALE: Wrecked 68 VW
location. Terms may be
-- - Ideal for Dune Buggy or PAUL FAULKNERBROKERIRENE
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---------- arranged. .
SALE: Singer touch Hunting Buggy $200 As Is. WANTED TO RENT
golden FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars -- - FAULKNER-ASSOC.

and sew orig. cost $469. desk made in Japan by Gibson now 964-7696. 1tp 7/11 3 BR. 1 bath Masonry Home, ROBERT FAULKNERASSOCLOUISE Large Selection of Wall-Paper
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model make all fancy stitches, at Dahmers Uiscbunt. tfchg. with/ 3 acres cleared land

button holes blind stitches ---- ------- FOR SALE: 1962 Dodge Lancer, outside City, Prominent Paved MCRAE-ASSOC. also Available for Commercialor

etc Bal Due$144 or $12 a mo low mileage new tires, ideal WANTED TO RENT By Road. 2305 N. TEMPLE AVE

Call Gainesville 373-1071 7/11 WATSON'S second car. Call 9645630. September or October a 2 or 3 -- - STARKE. FLA 964-5O65 Residential Use.

2tp 7 18 HOUSE VACUUMS After 5:00: P.M. Itp 7/11 bedroom house, in or near Frame House 4 Lots Paved 'WANT TO SELL OR BUY

Many brands of new vacuums ---------- -- 431-1 Starke.184 Retired after 3:00 couple. Call Streets in Starke. Priced at REAL ESTATE?
: p.m. or P.
$39.00 up. Used machines FOR SALE: 1972 Plymouth 4 Dr. 0. Box 281, Raiford, Fla. Itp $24,000.00. Terms may be CALL US FOR BEST PRICES

from $10 Expert Repairs all AC, See at Register Oil Co. 7/11 arranged. PROSPECTS WAITING TFCHG Written Contracts References
makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor Ph. 964-5888 1tchg. 7/11 --- -
HES3JAKA all vacuums. Built in - -- -- -- 1 Acre Lot Outskirts of Starke.
------ --- --
central vacuum 500000. Terms.
cleaning
FOR SALE: 1969 1/2 Ton LWB Adult Mobile
---- -
systems. 712 N. Main,
Sell's More Gainesville 3767110. TF Dodge Truck Rand H, slant HOUSES FOR SALE 49 Lots (Subdivision) in Starke Home ParkIN FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL: '?
and cyl. with stuz toper in
Ready for Development, City
Good Condition. Call 964- .... .....
Utilities Available. Builder-
5013. 1tp7/11 CITY LIMITS S3O A MONTH

Trail Bikes -- -- - -- Developer Invited. WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD 964-5236 21-T 18
FOR SALE: 10 x 50 Trailer.
( MISCEWNEOUSHOUSE
Whispering Pines Motel. Itp A.:J. THOMAS.: Realtor GROCERY AND NEW

Than 7/11 H2I 1 N. WALNUT ST.. SHOPPING CENTER
Anyone
r FOR RENT J -- -- -- -- Tel !1I.16162UH.CII( ( JO-LU NO PETS COURT TF OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES,...


Else In The PAINTING: Interior, FOR of SALE beautiful: Lake Place. 126 ft. :; beach U.S.
Exterior. Hourly or by con- sandy on Law ley. Florid 301 SOUTH .. iOI.
Lake .
Bundy with 2
bedroom
tract. Estimate gladly given. FOR RENT: Furnished 1 BR l.illianO'IVarson.! Associate PHONE 964-881O I\l: \ (
12 x 60 trailer. $15,000 cash : ::::
1st or Trl. 782-380C.&11I11-6162
class workmanship Apartment suitable for
World
terms available 12646391. LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED a
guaranteed. Call Lonnie bachelor. No pets or children.
1tp 7/11 REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD
Roberts, Raiford Fla. 431- Phone 964-5884. Itchg 7/11 -
-- ---- - i-------- CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
1768.
7/11 4tp 8/1 -- ---- -- -
FOR Your Cash & Carry Tires TF
SALE House
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-- ------ -- : Raiford
FOR RENT: 12 x 60 2 BR, I
IF YOU HAVE Road. CB Three 2-Acre Lots. Real Estate E CALL
junk cars that you Furnished Mobile Home. For
Owner will finance. For
want moved or scrap iron Call Couple or with one small appointment TIRESFRONT

Jr. Reames 964-7730 or 964- child, on highway 301 S., 3 write 10 S.W. 23 Broker
8477. 7/113tp 7/25 miles out. Call Mr. Settles. Dr. Gainesville Fla. 32607. 112 END
: 7/11 2tchg 7/18 Buy-Sell-Trade- PRICES ARE GOING SKY HIGH i
Phone &
-- 9647811.
-- --- Itchg 7/11
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NEED A SEAMSTRESS? Will FOR RENT: New 2 BR, Mobile FOR SALE: Mobile Home 45 x AppraisalsCALL I SERVICE On All Types of Mobile and BaseC.

Full line of, Hodaka ana Dora A ChaparralmoforcvC'Ot Go.Cart* make good quality custom Home on Kingsley Lake $125 10-1 bed, wheel bike (new), BILL POWELL 964-58OO B. Equipment

and Mm4akea., Pares a acca..orus fitting clothes for men, week. Phone 5332026. 1tp 2 wheel trailer 8x5. 10 speed REAL ESTATE I
car all masel and models women children. 964-6722. 7/11 Bike new. Mjck's Swap 964-6464 QUALITY TIRES & SHOP AND SAVE AT BILL'S

STARKE CYCLE 7/4/ 4tp 7/25 -- --- --- -- -- Shop. 964-7578. Itp 7/11 SERVICE FOR LESS
--
-- -- ASSOCIATES
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L Before Prices Go Up
FOR RENT: Five room house TFN
CENTER NEED CHILD CARE? Will FOR SALE: 5 room house Ralph Bryan
$115 mo. Also 2 BR
apart- ----
babysit in my home 2 to 3 complete/ furnished carpet, WE HAVE LINEAR AMPLIFIERSBill
207 N Temple Starke children on a weekly basis. ment., $90 7/11 mo. Phone 9648243. 25" color TV, A.C. on 1 Acre 964-6208
Itp
964-6020 Anywhere from 7 a.m. to 6 fenced 2 car carport outbuilding Makes Outdoor Plexiglass Advertising/
-- --- --- Champ
-- Bob Milner Long
TF p.m. Will furnish meals and good water. $13,500 [ Signs/ As Well As Painted/ Signs

snacks clean surroundings.Please FOR RENT: Three bedroom cash. Two miles from town Also Home Magnetic Sign Co.

call: 9646382. 1tchg trailer on Griffis Loop. Call off SR-16 West. 964 8079. Itp 964-6026 home and

7/11 964-8816. Itp. 7/11 7/11 Acreage1 to 100 Building Materials] BILL'S C. B. RADIO AND EQUIPMENT
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-- -- -- Bradford & Alachua
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Correct Social' -- ---- -- -- -
WE BUILD
AnnouncementsPdnting g' 964.8346 Starke Florida

YOUR PLANS OR OURS 321 North Temple Avenue
at
Nice 3 BR 2 bath home

Hampton. Call Bob for YOUR LOT OR OURS'

details after 6:00 at 964-
HELP WANTEDWe 6026. FREE ESTIMATES
-- ---- -- --
NEW-3 BR 2 Bath Central REMODELING REPAIRS ,

Heat and Air Carpet, on

wooded,. high-dry acre lot ADDITIONS 1 -. We Mow All Size Lawns- :

will be accepting applicationsthe butside city. Two to choose HOMES BOUGHT SOLD I. L

STARKE FLA96463O5 from. TRADED ? I. J Edge Trim & Fertilize

week of July 15 for 'with 3 BEDROOM Heat and Air 2 bath- Carpet- C. B.- ACREAGE FOR SALE 'i Lawns & Flowers I

In beautiful lot in Starke. IS x 30 984-6853 I

room with fire place. Free Estimates
experienced operators family HWY 301 S. STARKE TF I i

Good Form
Nice BR, 1 Bath CB in Excellent "'I 964.8440 After 6 P.M. .

Location

Quality printing SEAMERS PumpsNew Green's Lawn Service

at reason. SIDE Beautiful Building and mo- :I :

bile home lots inside and out
able prices. In. :. UsedSALES .- a S -- -- ------ .
side city. And
SINGLE NEEDLEPaid
vitations, social .

notes.BRADFORD. Want to have one built? We f

can help you there also. PARTS FASHION
CAREERLIKE
; SERVICE 1
TO OWN... A DRESS
CHECK WITH US WELLS SHOP?
DEEP ft SHALLOW
TELEGRAPHJob Holidays Paid Vacation WE MAY HAVE WHAT ALL NAME BRAND LADIES'WEAR FACTORY FRESH LATEST STYLES

YOU WANT Plumbing Supplies YOUR CUSTOMERS
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CIIUKCII ACTIVITIES Mr. and Mrs. Larry Carter LA WTEY Mr. and !Mrs Gene Taylor O. Watts. Mr McCulley HAMPTON AREAN

Church or God: Sunday and family of Tallahassee, and girls spent Wednesday to retired on Oct. I, 1973 and Mr
School 10 a.m. Worship ser- stopped by in their !Motor Sunday at St Augustine Watts retired Tuesday, July 9.
vices 11 a.m and 7 p.m. YPE Home while on their way to By Elizabeth Terry Beach Guests at the party were: | | El VV O by Josephine Fontaine
and Prayer Meeting Saturdayat spend a week at Crescent Mrs Robert Lee visited her LCDR and Mrs Graves, Chief
7:30: pm. Beach and were sister Mrs Bettie Tresca, of and Mrs John Davis and son,
..Faith Baptist Church: overnight guests of Wednesday their aunt, Wayne Massey were on the Donald Wilkison. Friday and Keystone Heights Sunday Chief and Mrs. Howard, Chief KIIIKNDS; :\JoJilllmHS; SIMOI;: CITIZENS;
Radio Program over WPXE !Miss Elizabeth Terry. On honor roll in school so their Saturday. afternoon. and !Mrs Blackard. Chief and Mrs Juanita Golic-i' of Indianapolis The regular meeting ol
Starke, 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible Thursday they went and grandfather A. E. Massey, Mrs Truby Wainwrightspent Mrs. C D. Sellers and Mrs Mrs Fred Thornton and Ind. is visiting her Hampton Senior Citizens was
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- viewed l the former Terry and pastor of Faith Baptist some time with her son Onie Thornton of Auburndale children. Chief and Mrs Glen son, Rev James Shaw pastorof hold july 5. Alter the business!
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Wyrick property visited Mrs Church, gave them a plane and daughter-in-law. Mr and are visiting their sister, Mrs. Alford Miss Lois Robinson Hampton Christian Church s'ssion. happy birthday a!'>
School on Bible Doctrine Mae Wells, and viewed the old trip to Hollywood. While there Mrs Frank Wainwright of Pierce Crews. They,with Mrs. Mr and Mrs J. P. Richardsand They were Sunday i dinner sung to Mr. and Mrs l T'avlor'
Tuesday at Pastor's home. and new First Baptist he preached during both Orlando while his wife was in Crews, visited their brother, daughter Mr and Mrs guests of Mr and :Mrs Lynn as their birthdays are both on
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Churches Larry played services in Missionary Faith the hospital.Ed G. W Rivers, in Bradiord John Famuli Mrs Karakos Hall July (6.i Mrs Fontaine
730! p.m. Bible Study several Gospel songs on the Baptist Church on Sunday. Wainwright and County Hospital Sunday alter- and children all of Mr and :Mis Raleigh presented! them with a cake
Grace United Methodist old piano in the Sunday School They had an enjoyable trip. daughters of Starke were noon. Jacksonville D. L. Peterson, Hrannen un(111': and Mrs that was decorated mil said
Church: Sunday School 9:45 building llis children were Mrs. Ola Starling and Mr. Wednesday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs, Charles Smith and Terry Walters, of Lynn I Hall were guests, lor Happy Birthdaycrone;
a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. surprised to see the church and Mrs. Les McClellan attended Mr and Mrs. Carl Prevail. and son of Tampa, are Gainesville, Mr and Mrs dinner, at the home of Mr. and eiioyed,| cake and punch, and
Wednesday night Choir bell in the attic. the Futch reunion at Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wain- spending some time with their Henry McCulley and sons of Mrs II.A. Law son, last I ho games ol the eveninnPries
Practice 7 p.m. United Handy Fields went to Umatilla recently.Mrs. wright and family were recent parents, Mr and Mrs Milo I Decatur, Tenn., Mr and Mrs 1londayl'ning.. went to .Mrs Lillian
Methodist Youth Fellowship, Denver Colorado with his Ethel Suber's home guests of their mother Mrs. Smith and family, Mrs. Pearl Mark Webb and son ol Mr and Mrs. 1 Aim Kill I had Hall. Bill Fontaine. Kiukl\
7:30: p.m. Sermon Topic for father. Jack Kuhne on was the setting for a miscell- Wilma Wainwright and Cathy Starling and other relatives. Palatka, and Pete Smith supper it h :Mr a'lIdIrs.! E:.L. DeWatt'rsII': !'>. Sarah
July 14, "The Trouble With Monday and will be gone until aneous shower for Miss Susie Waters Thursday they with Mrs.V S Crews of Jack Lamer, ol Jacksonville, lust Ta"lol'.andll's: Kvelyn;
Trouble" Tuesday the young Friday Milliard on Friday night, July their mother and Cathy wentto sonville. Mrs Mildred Rivers, Saturd.iMr > Yaughan PlansI 1'1'1' made
people went tubing on the Friends of Harold Eunice 5. Mrs. George Shuford, Mrs. the mountains. Cathy went and Mrs Charles Rivers and I I 'and Mrs: Walter tor a covered dish! dinner, loi
Morris Mrs. Dave home with them for an extended children, of Grand Ridge,
Kelley
Ichtucknee River. The Men of regret to learn that he is a Hhoden and lanuly were the next meet inn. July l'i'
the church had a fellowship surgical patient in St. Vin Shuford Mrs. Richard Carter, visit. were guests of Mrs Pierce rrnIZI pleasantly surprised, last l Everyone: will meet ill l Ii :u
Breakfast on Sunday. cent's Hospital, Jacksonville.Our and!Mrs. Ethel Suber were the Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Futch of Crews on Wednesday TllI'sdaI(ith a visit 11'<>m her' with a dish, and all will hav<
United Methodist Women love hostesses Forty ladies were Waycross, Ga. were dinner Mr and Mrs Percy Wood of hroth'I.lIhvt'I' Aspinwall Jr, pot-luck Bring your nun
and prayers are with The hostesses their !Mr. Vidalia Ga, and Mr and
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met at the church on Tuesday him. present. guests cousins, and l'hi Idl'l'l1lissv: David plates and !silver
with Miss Arthurine presented her with an ice tea and Mrs. Les !McClellan. Mrs. N. K. Wood of Fort was '\HI.
morning Mr and Mrs. Fate Hedd of and Oliver HI Hampton
Blanchard in goblet to go with her crystal. Another guest for dinner was George were Fourth of July Smith the
Fire Chiel
charge. They Macon Ga., arrived Wed- Sylvester! \ represented al I meetingin
had the business meeting nesday and will spend some After playing a game the their grandson, Randall guests of their son and and Mrs Smith had the Marke Civil 1>('I"n-I'
honoree opened her lovely Reddish of the State Farm daughter-in-law and family,
first followed with programby time with their mother Mrs. pleasure on June 2t> of witnessing building Purpose nl tinmeeting '
gifts. Mrs. Leon Starling and Mrs. Glenda !Moore and Mr and Mrs. Russell Wood.
Mrs. ,Frances Hamilton on O J. Phillips and other the swe.irmg-m was! to pioscnt' lo tin
Day of Prayer and Self relatives. some of the young ladies daughters of Lake City were Mr and Mrs Russell Wood Ably COLI.IGE5 ARE USIUG A l'1'I'emOnin Jacksonville, of representative! .il 'he (oi.niv
Denial. Each lady brought a Mr. and Mrs. Kay Stephenson served cake and punch. Thursday dinner guests of and family were Sunday ADMI55lOIS saw CoNCE7r pEo,3(iALLID AM TOOFF5Te151NG Ores their youngest son. 1'.J. (Commissioners! the( nccdul 1 I In
sandwich and after the formerly of Macclenny Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards their grandparents Mr and dinner guests of their son-in- W515 AND AWEREDEI (William i in the I'.S.' Army elderly for tl'an"pul'lat..1I.
treated her sister Mrs. C Y. Mrs. Carl Prevail. law and daughter Mr. and xLMeuTS .
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meeting tea was served with who have been guests of their lieI ill be taking his basic Also other needs win
!Mayo of Tampa, and her !Mrs. Truby Wainwright Mrs Charles Porter. of Jack
the sandwiches. grandmother Mrs. Bryant training at Fort Knox Ky., discussed 'I hose! e .ittendini.
brothers and their wives returned home Friday after a sonville. then the Iron weie' Ml: andAlrs.lugene'1'iiylur.1h
highland Baptist Church: Reddish, moved to Jackson- to gunm''yohl'oollol'! Hampton
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. ville last namely Mr. and Mrs. David visit with her son-in-law and Mr! and Mrs Henry Mc- Armored l Division 'Ihen to : : : .mil\
Morning Service 11 a.m. Choir Mr. and Friday.Mrs. Virgil Gnffis !Moore of Jacksonville, Mr. daughter Mr. and Mrs Jack Culley and family of Decatur C Hawaii for 16 months T.I :Mrs Willnd I Kunlaiin' '. al l
and Mrs. Paul Moore of Brassell and family of Fredericksburg Tenn spent Irom Thursday to
Practice 6:30 p.m. Evening and family, and Mrs Maines celebrated his 17lh bnthdas :Mrs Evelyn: YaitghanThe :
Baldwin, and !Mr. and Mrs Va. Sunday with their brother and
and
Service 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Griff and children of on June 18. by taking
Fred Moore to dinner at the Rev and !Mrs. John Steitz sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs BF. .
Wednesday, 7:30: .m.Northsiilf Palatka attended the Wilkinson passing the GEl> lest! lor his
p Inn After took !Mrs. Mae Wells and David A
; Baptist Church: Holiday on Sunday. and son McCulley son high school diploma Ho will \/' )
family reunion on Sundayat
dinner they gathered at the and Miss Arthurine Blanchardto went home with them for a 0 ,
all hislnendsheie and
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Highland Baptist Church. miss ( in
Fred Moore home and spent Jacksonville on July 4 to see vacation
Services 11 a.m, and 7:30: !Mrs Tom Whaley and girls of ::3 CNooL4 OFFERIG' '/ TwISV Starke
the afternoon. the fireworks. A combined retirement ,
Wed- Oa; AM"" WILL AI r.MATICALiLYENROLL
p.m. Prayer Meeting Douglasville, Ga. remainedover Mr and !Mrs. Bill Dorman Rev John Steitz would like party from the Navy was "III' "'ell'o' wwO NA9BElN .
nesday at 730.: for the reunion also. and children of Ocoee, visited folks to know that he is a given on July 6 for B. F ACCSPTIC. : ..i, 'eE I ARMY AID. III It'I1IU.\
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Owen Anders son of Mr. wI1L. (GNE; COURSE 'I.'IP'T' FO'rNE Ruel 1\IcAdam lull Egyptians believed
their uncle and Mr and time that and B.. O. Watts at ,
PERSONALS; : and Mrs. James Anders of aunt, Notary Public any McCulley : nIZSo"A"''Mv' /ss Pc RiEICEAuD Jack Hall. Juh.J! gold and pearls were found
Mrs. Carl Prevatt, Sundayal his services should be needed. the home of !Mr and Mrs B '1RAINING' '
Mrs Elsie Norman Mrs. Palatka spent the week with ternoon. only in southerly rivers
Lissie Starling, of Jacksonville his grandparents. Mr and ---
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and Mrs. Lillie Boree of Mrs. O. J. Anders ;
Futch of Lakeland, were
Middleburg. visited their Mr and Mrs. Greg Dyal of
dinner guests of their cousins,
sister. Mrs. Jessie Kersey of Warner Hobbins, Ga. spent
Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan,
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By Jeannette, Prescott
LEGAL NOTICE
slake; thence South 71 degrees described run In a Northeasterly day of June, 1974. collect, If plans and and date specified herein will not ltlR'rlIDAl'. I I'AR'E1' 1'lmS()\,\I.sII's.
and 25 minutes West, a distance direction along sand Westerly specifications are returned in be considered Bradlloe Cox ccldl'atl'd his
Sealed Bids will be received of 19985 feet to an iron stake; boundary and along the arc of a GILBERT S. BROWN good condition within ten days ninth birthday on Friday. :\ Ethel: HusK has been
and not later than 11:00
up to : thence South 18 degrees and 35 curve concave to the West and CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT after receipt of bids, $20.00 Will Plans, Specifications, and June 21. with u party ut honll'. visiting 1\11'. and 1\lrs. Simon
A.M. 10 1974 in the
September ,
minutes East, and parallel with having a radius of 5674.58 feet a COURT be refunded. Contract Documents may be Ill'and six boy friends enjoyed Grerganeous. Aunt TodieHuss
office of the Business Manager,
Union Correctional Institution, said Westerly boundary, a distance of 251.1 feet as measured BRADFORD COUNTY, examined at the office of Clay playing skittle pool badminton amI other friends and
distance of 125 feet to an iron .long a cord having a bearing of FLORIDA NOTE: All requests for plans and Electric Cooperative, Inc., fbotbell water !relatlvcs in Wilmington
sale of Pine
for the Pulpwood
and Pine Timber on a lump sum stake; thence North 71 degrees North 19 degrees 59 minutes 50 By: Beulah M. MoodyDeputy specifications shall be made Keystone Heights, Florida, at basketball and other anll's. Atkinson and Kelly N.C. Sheattended
and 25 minutes East, a distance seconds East to an iron stake; run Clerk through the office of the Ar- the office of Don R, Morgan, They were served hot dogs, lIon1'comlng ut
The is
hdsis.
offering comprised
425 of 19985 feet to point of thence South 89 degrees 35 6/27 4t 7/18 c.hitect. Architect, P. A., Post Office Box potatoe chips. ice cream Trinity Methodist Church und
of approximately acres beginning.has minutes 50 seconds West and 987, Green Cove Springs, cake, und lemonade. Miami i"itl'd the grave site oC Vance
These are generally worked out parallel to said Southerly boundary Each' bid submitted shall be Florida, and F. W. Dodge Dolphins napkins cups, und Huss's mother and sister. She
and of
round turpentine timber.areas Harvesting areas is to be been filed against you and a distance of 157.65 feet to an Iron IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, accompanied by a' cashier's Corporation's Plan Room, cake decoration helped carry also visited the famous' White
you are required to serve a copy slake; run thence South 17 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN check or bid bond in the amount Jacksonville, Florida. out the sports theme. BI'ullll'e Lake Blueberry I. ; rut at
the successful bidder
done by of your written defenses, if any degrees 01 minutes 30 seconds AND FOR BRADFORD of Ten Percent of the bid, gave each of his guests a 11 pile I.akl' N.C.. and rnvught
Within the ((181) months
eighteen October 1, to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, East a distance of 245.66 feet to COUNTY, FLORIDA. Case No. payable to the Clay Electric Plans and Specifications may be miniature plastic baseball !home some of the delicious
period beginning
1974 through March 31. 1976. whose name and address is point of beginning.to 7429GJ (11-22021) JUVENILE Cooperative, Inc. Surety obtained as follows: cap.ISlt00KIIt, blueberries.Mr., .
HOlt. George H. Pierce P. O. DEPARTMENT company shall be licensed to do
Bids should be sealed and
Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, your wife, SHIRLEY A. RICKS, business in the state of Florida General Contractors: Upon : BAI''rlS'I'. and 1\lrs. Paul Prescott
"BID returned FOR In an LUMP envelope SUM marked PINE:: and file the original with the as a special equity, and you are In the Interest of: CARLOS and shall be listed by the United receipt of $40.00, two sets of Vaca t Ion Bible School and Johnny bell B"okl'l'Sa ,

liMBER SALE TO BE OPENED clerk of the above styled court required to serve a copy of your KEITH JARA, a Child. States Treasury Department plans and specifications will be commencement will be held at till'day. .llInl' 2\1\ IIn their
10 OIl or before August 5th, 1974; written defenses, If any, to the 7/11 2tchg 718NOTICE forwarded collect. If plans and 1iO:: p.m Sunday, July H. at t'acalion. TIIl'Y visitl'll hl'l'
11:00 A.M. SEPTEMBER ,
: otherwise a judgement may be Petition on the Petitioner's attorney NOTICE specifications are returned in Brooket' Baptist {'bet rch. mother\ 1\lrs. Nellie I'ringll'.
and returned in sufficient
1974. entered against you for the relief EUGENE F. SHAW, good condition, within ten days Lavern Outlaw, JI', Bible and Enema: her sister; also
time for the bid opening Business to: Mr. demanded in the complaint or Attorney at Law, P. O. Box 1086, lHE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: TO BIDDERS after receipt of bids, the full School director, invites Iwo other sisters, 1\lrs Alton

Jim Chasteen Correctional petition. Starke, Florida, 32091, on or Hugh Alfredo Jara, deposit will be refunded. everyone to \tend.\ Thl' Xichuls: and 1\II's. Elton
Union
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Manager P O. Box 221.RlIfOld. WITNESS my hand and the before July 18, 1974, and file the the natural father, and Notice is, hereby, given for children will share with their \\'utson, of l.ukl'land. On
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Institution. Florida 320UJ. seal of said Court on June 25, original with the Clerk of this Court sealed bids to be submitted to Subcontractors: Upon receipt of parents and friends the Sunday. they tell 101'1I01H1'Mead

7 42t 7111 1974. either before service on TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN the Clay Electric Cooperative, $40.00, one set of plans and highlights of Bible School, and to visit Monkey
Petitioner's attorney or im- Inc., at their home office in specifications will be forwarded a diploma will be given to Jungle. and enjoyed 1 the
Gilbert S. Brown mediately thereafter; otherwise a YOU ARE HEREBY notified Keystone Heights, Florida, until collect. If plans and each one "ho uttended. various, u\traction.\

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, As Clerk of said Court default will be entered against you that a Petition under oath, copy 10.00 a.m., on the day of July specifications are returned in
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF By: Beulah M. Moody for the relief demanded in the of which is delivered to you 25, 1974, for the furnishing of all good condition within ten days - 'I'hey' returned home
FLORIDA IN AND FOR As Deputy Clerk Petition. herewith, has been filed in the materials, machinery, labor, and after receipt of bids, $20.00 WIll Saturday to attend the
BRADFORD COUNTY. 7/44t 7/25/ This notice shall be published above styled Court for the equipment for construction of: be refunded check or bid bond in the amount I't( cscolt-fowler, H'union IIn
once each week for four con- permanent commitment of of Ten Percent of the bid, Sunday. July 7. 1\11' and 1lI's.Amhus .

CIVIL ACTIONGUARANTY COURT OF THE secutive weeks in the Bradford CARLOS KEITH JARA, a minor District Office at NOTE: All requests for plans and payable to the Clay Electric (;inn and :\l ac, ofLaurens
CIRCUIT
IN 1 HE County Telegraph male child, born May 13, 1969, Meadollllbrook, Florida specifications shall be made Cooperative, Inc Surety S C., came Friday.
FEDERAL EIGHTH JUDICIAL IN AND CIRCUIT FOR BRAD.OF DATED this 17 day of June, to a Licensed Child Placing Clay Electric Cooperative through the office of the Architect company shall be licensed to do night to at lend the tetnton.Au .

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION FLOIHDA COUNTY. 1974. Agency, for subsequent business In the state of Florida ibus' mother is the former
FORD Gilbert S. Brown, adoption and are hereby bids will be Amarine FhlIl'I'. dlIll-\htl'I'\ III
OF GAINESVilLE a CASE NO. you at which time aril shall be listed by the United
corporation, Plaintiff, vs PAUL Clerk of the Circuit Court commanded to be and appear in publicly opened and read aloud. Each bid submitted shall be States Treasury Dppartment the late prank mill \\.il.Zie

KISH and PAULETTA J. IN kE: The Marriage of SHIRLEY By Beulah M. Moody the above Court at Starke, Any Bid received after the time accompanied by a ca!>hier's 7 11 2tchg 7 18 I'uttlet't .
Deputy Clerk Florida 1:30: P.M. on the 24th
PHILLIPS (formerly Pauletta J.Kishi A. RICKS, Wife-Petitioner, and __________. ,
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and SLADE HOME JAMES DANIEL RICKS, clay July, and to show
SERVICES INC., a Florida cause why said Petition should
Husband Respondent.
corporation Defendant. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF not be granted. Slade -
Sawyer -
WITNESS my hand as Judge
NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR
NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY of said Court and the Seal
CUlT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
thereof this 21st day of June,

TO: JAMES DANIEL RICKS No.BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE 1974. Gas E Air Canditianin

To: Paul Klsh Address Unknown I
P O. Box 343 Wayne M. Carlisle,
IN RE: The Marriage of
Stoneboro, Pa. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a MARGARET W. REILLY, CIRCUIT JUDGE
6/274t 7/18
Petition for Dissolution of Petitioner, and THOMAS I I
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Mmldge has been flied against REILLY, Respondent. America's No.1 Air Conditioner'Maker

that an action to the following you aid there IS a demand In the NOTICETO BIDDERS I

property In Bradford County, Petition that the Court award that NOTICE OF ACTION -
Florida: l.ertdll1 property owned by you and NO PROPERTYloTHOMAS NOTICE is hereby given that the
Parcel 7. A parcel of land lying your wife: SHIRLEY A. RICKS, asa School Board of Bradford
In the SW 1'4 1 of SE 1/4/ of tendncy by the entirety, In : REILLY County Will receive bids for

Section 10, Township 7 South, Bradford: County, Florida, and 1258 LOring Avenue providing:

Range 22 East, Bradford "ii (ire particularly described as: Brooklyn, New York 11208
County, Florida; said parcel A parcel of land lying in the North- "Mdintenance Service Con.

being more particularly IMlst quarter of Southwest quarter YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an tract"
described as follows: INW 1 4 of SW 1 41) of Section action for dissolution of
Commence at the SW Corner 10. Township 6 South, Range 22 marriage has been filed against for all heating and air conditioning .
of said Section 10, and run In an and related equipment
List Bradford CU'lnty' Florida, you and you are required to
Easterly direction along the presently in use. Bids will, be t
dId parcel being "in'e' particularly serve a copy of your written
Southerly boundary thereof, a described as follows. defenses, If any, to It on received July 11, at 7:00: p.m. in l
distance of 3415.5 feet, more or the Board Room of the Ad-
EUGENE F. SHAW, Petitioner'sAttorney
less, to the Westerly boundary Commence at the Southwest whose address is P. ministration Building on U. S.
of the right of way of State Road corner of said Northwest\ quarter O. Box 1086, Starke, Florida, on 301. StD ke, Florida.Specifications I

100. thence North 18 degrees of Southwest quarter C NW 1 114 of or before July 25, 1974, and file
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and 35 minutes West, along said SW I 4)) and run North 89 degrees the original with the Clerk of this may be examined
Westerly boundary, a distance 35 1I'lnutes 50 seconds East along Court either before service on at the superontendent's office or 1
of 801 02 feet to an Iron stake for the Southerly boundary thereof a Petitioner's immediately the office of Don R. Morgan, I '
attorney or II
poet of bEg1 nnl ng. instance of 700.5 feet to an Iron thereafter; otherwise Architect, on Walnut Street, I Gas Furnace & Air I
From POint of beginning thus stake on the Westerly boundary of a default will be entered against Green Cove Springs, Florida. Conditioning $ 390

described continue North 18 the right of way of State Road 200 you for the relief demanded in I
Also Electric & Oil Furnaces Available
degrees! and 35 minutes West I Iw Point uf begi nl1lng. the Petition. Bid Bond in the amount of 5 percent i i I II
said Westerly boundary a of Bid and Performance
.110ng WITNESS my hand and the a I PLUS NECESSARY WIRING
distance of 125 feet to an Iron Bond in the of 100
From point, of beginning thus seal of this Court on this 21st amount per I
cent will be required from the I

Bidder and successful Contras I Centrally Located

.....-- tor respectively. 80,000
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24,000
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{\ ti OF INTENTION 1 Return Gas Furnace
TO REGISTER
-41 v FICTITIOUS NAME


Pursuant to Section 865.09 Or The
Florida Statutes, notice is

hereby given that the undersigned Matchmaker 3 TONAmerica's
III John F. Sherman,

Route 1, Box 156-A, Starke,
Florida 32091 doing business Number 1 Air Conditioning Maker!

under the firm name of "301.100
GULF SERVICE" Corner of

Temple Avenue and Madison

Street, Starke, Bradford F tpfl

County, Florida, 32091, intends

to register said fictitious name .i 1
under the provisions of aforesaid ,

statues.
John F Sherman, sole owner.
Dated this 9th day of July, A.
D. 1974 at Starke, Florida.


MR. And MRS AMERICA 7114t8,1 NOTICE BIDDERS I



Notice is, hereby, given for = X69500PLUS
HIT THE BEACHES sealed bids to be submitted to

the Clay Electric Cooperative, TAX
Inc.. at their. home office in III ANY NECESSARY
( THE KIDS ARE ALREADY THERE ) Keystone Heights, Florida, until ELECTRICAL WIRING

10.00 a.m., on the day of July

Summertime and the livin' is easy and it's time to relax 25, 1974, for the furnishing of all CARRIER'S MATCHMAKER HERE IS A
and enjoy life. Whether its the beach materials, machinery, labor, and Air "
a country lake or equipment for construction of: Upflow Discharge Tosses Sound, Heat Skyward, SINGLE-PACKAGED AIR CONDITIONER

your own back yard, you can depend on us to be standing by : THAT BRINGS COOL
Pleasing Low Styling Unit Locates Outdoors CONDITIONED
with time saving, mouth watering, super delicious, good New Warehouse and Office : COMFORT DAY AFTER

the things kitchen to eat to too please the whole family.keeps mom out of Space Headquarters Clay Electric .I Armor Cabinet Can Be Moved If You Move FEATURES THAT GUA AATEE COMFORT,

,
Cooperative ECONOMY AND A LONG UNIT
LIFE!
Keystone Heights, Florida Call Today For Free Estimate


SLOW DOWN at which time bids Will be
publicly opened and read aloud Call Today For Free
SHARE THE FUN Any Bid received after the time

and date specified herein will not

SHOP CONVENIENTlY be considered. Estimate 9641701Sawyer


Plans, Specifications, and
Yes, we stock a" kinds of sun tan cosmetics and something Contract Documents may be

for after examined at the office of Clay
you've already gotten burned too!
Electric Cooperative, Inc., Slade
Keystone Heights, Florida, at -

r OPEN FROM 7:00: TO 11:00: EVERY DAY I Architect the office P of A.Don. Post R.Office Morgan Box

987. Green Cove
Springs,
Florida, and F W. Dodge

Jacksonville Corporation's, Florida.Plan Room Gay B. Air Canditianinrl:



Plans and Specifications may be 332 W. Madison Starke
Handq.WaqFOOD obtained as follows:


General Contractors: Upon
receipt of $40.00, two sets of W.. All Makes Of Air Conditioning

plans and specifications will be

STORES forwarded collect If plans and Service' Room Units Ta Central
specifications are returned in
good condition, within ten
after receipt of bids, the days full Call Us For Fast, Professional Air Conditioning Service

dePOSit will be refunded.

CONVENIENTLY LOCATED NEAR YOU 9&4-77DI
Subcontractors
: Upon receipt of
$40.00, one set of plans and

specifications will be forwarded .. ..- ..-- ......
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