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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 18, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Thursday, July 25.

"We have received 45 petitions through today," Brown

said, "and now that the deadline for filing has been extended 1
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Boa rd of County $258,226 is the new figure for ""-- -. ,
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Commissioners' became more the county Fine and For his Brown CouncilLowers w-w -,_ .- '
pamlully "are of the feiture Fund, amounting to case. doubts -. -'
however, that all
national! inflationary $87.928 than last protests can ;;.
more years$170,2'J8 :: :i'W1lo4
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they I began.orkon their 1974-! Overall the county anticipates additional day will be ... "':'7"-:: -..'.:;::: ---"' ioot- "
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Monday e\ening's. July 15, the three fund divisions of the followed in the wake of :- "$- '; 'J ", -
county budget. Last year's reassessment notices sent out :; :
work session scheduled to Millage"I'm ;; I -T-! :
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total for three funds by the Tax Assessor earlier
begin at 7'M:: p.m. finally was
amounted to $1,357,822. The this month showing
drawn. to a conclusion at 11:30:
$162,749 addition amounts to assessments doubled or even very much in favor of
p.m.I luring the lour hour "battle an increase just short of 12 tripled on some property in not increasing the millagerate Sailing In The Sunset .

01 l I he budget" the commissioners percent. the county. Total taxable for next year's budget.
hud) a sympathetic The commissioner's expressed values increased 88 percent. and I'll make a motion to that As the scarlet rays of/suntkmm pumifrani/ /'1'I/ I u'bind /1/'fal! i I.
,'a1'IOI' the many requests for the hope that they from $60,152,555 in 1973-74 to (effect" spoke Commissioner Barbara Rodgers enjoy the quid t nolitiuh/ '!f tin. <'"trplr.! / / Mid// srittly/ aver tkisoft umv.s ubnanl thiir.111/ //'> ;
funds, additional funds, and could roll the millage back to $112.804,606 on the new Jimmy McRaeCommissioner UI1Il/II.
new lund appropriations, the recommended 4.871 millsas assessment roll fer 1974-75.!) Vernon
indicated by Tax Assessor Silcox came through with a
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ranging rum a The higher assessmentswere
percentage Gene which will second and the
Long providethe rapid commissioners -
amount of 10 percent made by a St. Peter
requested" by the Library same amounttrf money as sburg firm of professionals unanimously
Board to u high of 104.5 percent last year 8.680 mills. applying Florida's new "full established the millage at 3.39! $4. .5Includes Million School
being asked by the With a healthy cash carry cash value" rule where the mills for the new budget year Budget
Bradford \County ZoningIloard. over of $262,545 from the governing factor in setting beginning October 1, 1974.
current budget the county'sSee Action taken by the com-
value of a piece of property is
New\ lund seekers were on ( Page 10) based on sales records of the missioners at the July 16
hand tospeak for the inclusion meeting will provide an income

appropriations their particular cause to support in the Building Permits T italing: $2.3 Million amounting from to ad-valorem$100.997 basedon taxes Millage Rollback

new budget.\ the city'ji taxable values of

County Judge< Elzie Sanders Issued In County In First Months Of '7<1 $29.791,706 as furnished by --
County Tax Assessor Gene-
chairman of the
Bicentennial Committee and! 313 building permits totaling 15 percent of the building Long. A record $4.5 million school $127 across I he homil< |p"'\ inrmlrd would raise< the same< '\\e will have rolled. t KM,, I,
$2,385,901! have been issued permits issued, numbering ((12, New values for the city budget was tentatively increases lor non-instruc $,;i.0i!!) >r> in local ad valoremtacos < That1 ill be (the Mat.
I-M.: :Matthews, chairman,
Hoard. of Bradford during the first six months of was for all other types of con included the addition of adopted Tuesday night by the tional personnel. The as lust 1 1'eal'. Thompson said
I Historical Trustees.Association, the year, according to figures struction including industrialand SI,128.272 in taxable propertyon Bradford. School Board which schedule, the fourth preparedand That action came. after "Looka here, Rodnc. ItM,
County with: Mrs Sherrod B. ,released Monday July 15, by commercial I buildings and the 1974\> tax roll. A millagerate reflects $579.000 in local tax the second presented to Bourdlel11'; bel' Blaine do what we want to do, ih.it. .-
together Hamilton, Zoning Director L M. Gaines. alterations or additions to of 7.187 was applied to monies, $10,000( less than last. the school board also contains Thompson pressed" hard to the one thing. If the state IMIM' '
jointly requestedthat
the amount of $10,000 be 45 percent of the total figure existing buildings $360,955. last year's. taxable value of year. $800 pay increases for 12- hoard to move on t the issue. millage that's their laid I
included for the of represents. 53 building permits $14.000,000 to provide an income Also given tentative approval month administrative personnel Thompson had tried and stated veteran Hoard Memhei, i
purpose funds in issued for single one-family "These figures are for of $100,918 for the of the board was a salary according to Supl Jim Attorney Gene Shaw last week II. A. Lawson.
securing matching
the amount of $20.000() on an dwelling units at an average construction permits in the current budget. schedule totaling $38 million Temple.In had ud\ isi'd the school boardto "Let's see if we can come
application that has already cost of $20,200 each un-incorporated areas of the Upon being advised by which includes $l>05 across- approving. the $4.445.751):; ;; ) roll hack regardless\ of out of Ihis...." Supt.! Temple
been filed Mith the Florida $1,070,575. county, and do not include new Clerk Merrill Edwards (hat he the-board pay increases for !1974-75! spending bill the school action the state takes when its stated\ l, showing the Imard
Bicentennial Commission.The 40( percent was for 168 construction in the municipalareas was beginning to pl't'pareIhe most continuing contract instructional board declared its intention to tax roll is cerlilied August 1. again. that the tentative

funds are to be used for permits for the location of of Starke. Hampton, 1974.75 budget, the com personnel. $420 roll back millage even farther board budget he presented'i'uesd.off.
the renovation and preservation mobile homes at an average Lawtey or Brooker," Gaines missioners authorized the raises for annual contract instructional than the 5.497\ mills hick Ta\ "I move the adopt the atentative night reflects $57.000: !) in local, I
of the "old" Bradford cost of $5,680 each $954,371. said. (See Page personnel, and Assessor Gene; Long reconi-! budget reflecting (axes, less than the hoard
samilocal funds as before
County courthouse, which has 2)r Thompson said. "I want that raised last year with 10 nullsIn

been selected as the county'sfirst in the minutes and the figure a roll call vote the budget
Bicentennial project. in !the budget." he added. reflecting .Y79.0OO;; \ in local I
I'teliminary budget figures 3 More Qualify For (Jounty Races Board :Member. Art Hollidaygave taxes: was given tentutiv<
supplied by Clerk Gilbert the second.Discussion approval In all live members
Brown and :staff calls for the
followed on See(! Page/( II )
tentatively proposed expenditure
of $816,981 from thecounty's With only three and a half County Hospital for the past present tax situation. he twnsnnstnIhn I ( I t ,.liu.Mfi'N: whether the move is legal inconsideration
believes that his intensivetraining ,\s a lifelong) irsidfiii! m I is of a new state
General Fund, up lays left before the qualifying five years, he was formerly
$36.139: from last year's deadline at noon Tuesday superintendent of main in the building trades interested in tin >x.1 I pr'" of. lm which states that the John Shaw
budget of $780.842. and increase July 23 competition has tenance for the school systemfor would be helpful to him in the education 'that. < ..I> be iount\ school system will

of 4.*. percent developed in every race for seven years. Has taught schx( >l's building and maintenance raise property taxes according -
The county's (Hoad & Bridge School Board and County heating. air-conditioning, and program. Favors } to Bradford County's To Head
Fund projects an increase of Commissioner except the refrigeration in the Vo-Tech night meetings of the board so portion ot the. state's total tax
9.5 percentwith its new total District 2 commission seat Center for five years and feels that the people can be !better toll which won't be known
of $445.363.; 338.682: more than held by incumbent George that this experll'nceIould be informed about what is goingon until Aug.!,\ I or after. But LB CouncilLAKE
last year's $406.681.Evergreen () Roberts, now serving his valuable the maintenance in the school system Thompson pressed the board
eighth year on the board, two and construction program of :Married to the former Eunice to adopt the roll back.

----- ..I ..,.'" ears as chairman.New .h Bradford" County schools. Green of Lake Butler' they .: : HITLER I :
"What if the floats?
state
Wi. v fv have three children Following reorganizalional
1 tm o>ron (IIrit1 f qualifiers during the (p money"The schools hand over are fist spending and I Idon't Bradford schools. attending asked Hall. Board ;Member Rodney meeting Council ol the Lake Butler
past week wereWilliam : City, Wednesday. July
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'". *t... ." _< believe we are getting .llauriceEdwards.. Jr
John Shaw
<< '" 10. was unanimously
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r'. ; full value for dollar District 5 School Board
if. G. Graudons, every : 44- elected l as
: chief engineer with the spent in Bradford County year-old native of Bradford S. Denmark and CouncilmanBill mayorcouncilman

i._ i.r1' Bradford, County Hospital, education" Married to the White as vice-mayor. lor
who made it a trio competing former Jean Smith of I the '
: for the District School Board .: Newport, N.Y., they have two Furniture upcoming year.
':e seat now held by incumbent / t children. The council confirmed the
"':Zi Seeber D. Goodman who has At Commission candidate. results of the canvasing board
not yet qualified for re I lodges, a native of Brookerand i Addition Set ol (the city's June 25 election
election. a resident of Hampton. which elected Margie Cason,
--E.W. Hodges Blaine Lake, is a local businessman, j w wi VS.irk. liegjn this week on a T. S. Thomas.!! Jr. and William
Church Thompson
Baptist ( edition
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4,1)11(1lui.ire to
Vacation Bible School businessman and member of School Hoard associated with his son in the j Denmark Furniture which 11. (Bill) White to two year
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the Bradford County Zoning operation of the Starke Paint terms each. The terms of
Board who joined Harold F. Also qualifying during the Center on W. Madison Slrt'et.Ill' will i.ii-o :Madison\ Street\ and councilman John Shaw and
July 22 J7 week for membership on the 111,1t', \ >iiluall> become the
Waters in seeking the District has served on the Bradford councilwoman Sharon Min- I
4 Commission post being Bradford County Democratic County Hospital Board of fh N4 George Roberts from ot' t the store.To shew will expire: in July 1975.
Executive: Committee were: County Commissionprovided be ot steel, glass, con
----- vacated by incumbent Eddie Trustees for the past five
James V. Crosby, Jr.. to years and on the County for the oouim: s itehblock, and decorativerock The newly organized council i
AllenGeorge succeed Lex Green thai t finish the construction is approved the appointments of
Board children, keeping in mind
Zoning and
Second VV. Roberts, so far Planning Hal Y. Maines as Attorney
(deceased) as Precinct 5 the citizens and being done by Scott and Steve ;
unopposed incumbent for the since its inception. He ran for taxpayers are
County Commission Cecil W. Brannen as Chief of
committeeman: and GeorgeH. for it at time when Whitehead Builders of Starke
District 2 Commission seat. the Commission post four paying a
Budget Hearing Pierce to Incumbent Completion is expected in two Police and Superintendent of
replace
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taxes have
ago, losing out to Allen <' are as high as they
Monday, 7:30 p.m. -Rep. Frank Williams, Joyce Hutchinson in by years 31 votes. i ever been, "we must be as months, depending on how Utilities and U. B. Dukes as
incumbent first term District Precinct. Guy and ElizabethS I conservative as we can with long to get strel, says Den Fire Chief
COllrthousem :!State Representative, madea Andrews, incumbents Following are thumbnail i r our tax dollars." Edwards is a mark Owner S.G. Denmark Jackie Johns City Clerk
predictable move when he qualified to succeed them- sketches of those who 1 former state FFA vice It will give the furniture was reappointed as City
qualified in Tallahassee July selves in Precinct 13-A. An- qualified on opening day. July !J president and active in Farm storeI I in excess of 20,000 Clerk-Bookkeeper for the city
c..f..1 10 to succeed himself So far drews currently serves as 9: Bureau and Cattlemen's square feet fronting on both and the employment of Mary\
he has only one opponent-Bill committee chairman.Graudons -J.T. Parrish, School Association organizations. Madison( and Call Streets Lou Ellis was authorized on 11
fie Glommunily!! Hester Orange Park-in the .51. is a native of Board, Dist 5, a 34-year-old E.W. Hodges Denmark says he will experiment temporary basis; followingthe <
g'ta1ennk district comprising Bradford Newport. N.Y, and has livedin lifelong resident of Bradford County Commission -Arthur Gaskins, School) with using openingson resignation of LaVoiulaKipplinger.
('lay, and the northern portionof Starke since 1957 where he County, residing on SK-100, residing on Edwards Road Board District 1 : 39-year-old\> both streets to see how that .
St. Johns counties. Hester came to be associated with his eight miles west of Starke.\ west of Starke; self employedas. resident of SK-225 west of works after the addition is The council approved new
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A Now t- tip Lawtey, was a candidate for policy procedure rl"( the
'an .
T. 12O.OOO: k was unsuccessful can brother in Fred's Marine Self-employed in the land cattleman and dairyman. completed.. He plans to install
........ n..ti s.--,.."...C- didate'for the post two years Service. Now employed as clearing business, and a Married to the former Betty this post four years ago, being of carpet once' space collection of dclinqi .c
ago. chief engineer ai the Bradford farmer. Concerned with the Long of Brooker, (hey have (See Page 10) is available (See I'a" 101JULIAN



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Mad Taxpayers I 3 Qualify For City I
"The people don't understand would roll back from 8.6RO or by August 1, which could Three County Commissioners I
I what's going on, and mills to at least 4.872, the change the local levy. und two School
they're really upset," Brown figure calculated by Long to There has been much Board members will comprisethe
uid. "I'm not sure just what bring in the same amount of speculation, however/ ; as to. Board of Adjustment, of the having served on its board for
next Tuesday. Com- Three contenders had In making his an- Club, the 1973 president
!Hood it will do to protest, tax revenue on the new what roll back action the sitting two and "is president-
missioners Ralph Bryan, qualified by noon Wednesday nouncement Wednesday Chamber of Commerce, a years
because whatever action the assessment roll as was Schofl Board would take in for 1975. He is also
Shuford and George t7,for seats on the Starke Jackson said, "I feel that I can member of the Elk's Lodge. elect a
local board takes, I have to fill realized on the 1973-74 roll.: u vtew of. State formulas (Dave July member of the Starke
each Roberts will represent the City Commission to be be of) help to the city and lie has served on the Board of Rotary
out a form and send it to the The Starke city commissionalso requiring county.to' Club.
Department of Revenue in agreed Tuesday night,'Iit contributed certain amount of county and member Art decided in the September 10 believe that my business Governors Chamber of
Tallahassee for final action." the first step hy its..budget .'local effort"funds in order to Holliday and Rodney Hall wills first primary experience will be useful. I Commerce for five years. Charles J. Schaefer, the
Taxpayers whose new making process;'to roll back .receive its'slice of the pie in >it for the School Board Qualifying for the Group 1 would consider it a great Bill Glover, in announcingfor incumbent commissioner in
assessments are not more to the 3.39 mills recommendedby the state funds, which will' The morning session will be seal being vacated by incumbent honor) for me" to serve the Cityof the Group 3 seat said, "He Group 5 is completing his first
than doubled will apparently Assessor Long, from 7.187 amount to some $3,987.284 in held from It to 11:40: a.m., and Uric Wiggins, was Starke. was prompted to seek a seat term on the commission. He
escape a large tax increase if mills levied last year. 197475. will reconvene at 1.30: p.m. :Marc E. Jackson, 211. a Starke Jackson is the son of former on the commission to providea gained the seat in a 60 vote
lunch break. The native and Vice-President of mayor W.T. Jackson and has more efficient organization Billy Noegel
millages are rolled back The School Board at the Last year the School Board after a victory over in
approximately 50 percent, as same time Tuesday night levied ten mills, the hearingswill continue until alltaxpaYl'rs Jackson Building Supply. been actively associated in the for the city, and to help make the 1972!' city election,
have I been heard, building supply business for the utility rates more
recommended the Tax 1974-75 budget
by adopted a
maximum allowed at that
additional the last 10 He is for all users. "I'm making no promises,
in ad even if it requires an years. equitable
Assessor. But a millage calling for $579,000
time. The 1974
Legislature day.\ a married to.the former Harriet Glover is married to the but I do want the people to
rollback won't solve taxes, $10,000
the valorem some
lowered the ceiling to eight know what's going on at
Smith of Williston. They have former Jane loran, of Minneapolis city
problem. of those whose new less than was raised In 197374. mills, but the local "
Schaefer is
requires Dubious Honor two daughters, Melissa, 8 and ltlinn.'rhey! have two hall. married to
assessments are more than Presumably that calls for a boards to hold public hearingsif Recent research shows Priscilla Marc! is a memberof daughters Karen, 15 and the former Margie Kersey
doubled. They will obviously millage roll back to slightlyless they wish to exceed the that nutgrnss has the dubi- ) the Presbyterian Church, Debra 14. Bill is a member of They have 2 children: Nora, 26
pay more taxes for 1974-75 than the S.497 recom- millage calculated by the Tax ous distinction of being theworld's past president of the Lion'sCity the Chamber of Commerce, und Charles, Jr., 24.
than they did this year. mended by Long to raise the Assessor as sullicient to raise worst weed. In one
In the meanwhile, some same $589,065 as the 10 mills the same revenue as in the crop or another nut rass is
comfort was derived from the levied last year raised. That previous year. This hearing, if found almost everywhere in Lowers...
County Commission's announcement could be changed by the state called|>y the board, would be the world except in the Sahara Robbed
!Monday that it when its tax roll is certified on hvld some time in August. Desert and the polar (From Page 11) Grocer ,
regions
Tomatoes are showing the clerk to include a 10 percentcost I
0#. biggest increase in consump- of living salary and wage Throathead
R tion of any processed veg- increase for all employees. KnifeAt
etable in the United States.
Edwards estimated that the
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And the reason, experts say -
& cost to the city would amountto and not
down turn
is all that catsup being 1':01'1CIl: :: {M)(> reward for
: served up by fast food approximately $6oon6.< ( ) information leading to the around or he would cut my
stnnrt-s and pizza emporiums. On other matters considered arrest and conviction of the throat, and of course I did like
atTuesday's meeting: who held me at t the he said.
I =/t' his;' f(< :..s' ; 'pp, lot Sub-Division plat proposed and took all of the
'&'. '': '' j "J4.\:# I (Signed Volley L. register
: ." >> -> :f. .. Jack I of $:.572 90.)
-, ) Erwin and Crown
ix S } I "Y'fi- oy and ned
: money
tn"e1 v' '' 301 MarcJackson Starling)
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Builders of Florida, Inc. The
theposter "Alter a short interval
very
tftJqri : the wording on
1 That's(
"il"j mcenter Group Sub-Division is located on
displayednear 1 reached for my pistol and
t" : .:, ,,' ,<: i.t" i. William (Bill) Glover, 48, Estelle Street, east of the Old theentrancetoStarling'sGrocery prominently took out alter him, but did not
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"\ .",q '" ,, ,"".,,1,0; ". DRIVEINFri. local Holiday Lawley Hoad, in the Reno him until I rounded the
1 .: !4: ... """ $, JW Manager of the undIarkel.! located see;
: > ((r0- ,, '.'ia. ".... ,, ; """ Inn, qualified for the Group 3 section. Final approval is on East Brownlee Street. west corner of the building lie
commission held subject to the receipt of a in headed south likea
-eat on the "The reward will be paid was running
@p 1LW ru0 QOCJ ru a ., Sat., 1)incumbent Mayor- letter from Craig Batterson, cash and my offer is good for rabbit. I I ired off two shots)
Commissioner Neil: Tucker, City Engineer. sixty day," Starling said, who but he was out of range by the
who has announced that he Mayor Commissioner Neil was robbed ith a knife at his time I saw him."
S. 301 G Starke Fla will nut be a candidate in the Tucker apointed Com- throat. Starling shot( at the "Starling described the
CENTER LEE upcoming election.Bill missioners Jimmy !McHae, fleeing robber, but missed.In knife point hold-upper as a
Vernon Silcox and Clerk
OPEN 9 TO 9 MON. TO SAT. 12 TO 7 SUNDAY MARVIN: Merrill Edwards as a com- Saturday.giving July an account 13. holdup of) the had black heard male before whose but voice did not he

mittee to conduct a study of Starling; said, get a look at the man's face
Prices Good Thru "MONTEWALSH" the city's building ordinancesand "I was behind the counter dining the course of the
bring a future recom-
SIZZLING hadcompletl
mendation for near the cash register and robbery.
inspection
d check-up of the
ez Sunday July 21 st.umm@rliaVing procedures to be followed a
when
sales,
A Real Western upon the issuance of building previous wrapped day's both of his FILING;; (',\UI\I;; <:TS. T>pe-
n. MM' Nil MPI.tjl lllMl permits. The recom- someone writer stands, desks,
chairs,
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with his
around body
> \ 'III tl I.t\: arms my
.,ANAv64)N, .c ,.J 11' I II mendations are to also include hand holding a knife at and safes \\r can order them
right
I GP J lac"a vY electrical and plumbing in my throat. for )'<>u. The Office Shop. |"11,
spections. 96! ;1-IIUIi: :
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Mary Ann Tanner, Stanley Crawford Marie Lorraine Johnson Is Wed
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Exchange Marriage Vows In Providence To Paul Bennett In Home CeremonyMary LIKENw

Ann Tanner, daughterof Marie Lorraine Johnson of
Mr and Mrs Earl: Tannerof Starke and Paul Bennett of
Providence became the Lawtey were united in
bride of Stanley Crawford, son marriage on Sunday June 16,
of Hev Gerald Crawford and at 8 p.m. at the home of Mr.
the late Mrs. Lois Crawford, and Mrs. Nathan II. Starlingin wi, nr'I
ot Starke,on June 14 at 8 p.min Lawtey, with Rev. John M. : :
the Old Providence Baptist Flynn performing the nup-
Church with Hev Melvin tials.
Owen performing the nup- The couple exchanged vows
tials. in front of the fireplace in the
Given in marriage by her Yv living room. On each side of
lather, the bride wore a floor the mantel were
length gown with a high neck, arrangements of white bur
long tapering sleeves, and ning tapers in crystal globes
tapelet back, with attached \ encircled with pink, white and arr.r I 197bCAMARO r.rr+ttatttl.
chapel length tram. She worea blue daisies, pompoms tea
I loop length mantilla and leaves and liliesofthevalley.A .
carried a cascade bouquet of L. large white wicker, fireside
pink roses centered with a basket of pink daisies blue
white orchid. : w and white pompoms fern andbaby's -
The attendants were Miss r breath graced the frontof
Hox.mne! Stephenson Miss the fireplace. 3i
Hetty Ann Griffis,Miss Sherry ;{ Other arrangements of pink '
Ogden> and Miss Cindy lien- daisies, blue and white
ducks. Mrs. Linda Tanner i pompoms, fern and baby's
sister-m.law of the bride was breath were placed in the
matron of honor, and Nicky Only 2,200 Miles,Super Clean Power Steering Power
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'I v're. cousin of the bride was man, and the/! ushers were Fellowship Hall of the church. Given in marriage by her Brakes, Air Conditioned, Console, Automatic Tran-
Mower girl. All of the attendants Wayne Tanner, brother of the The cake, punch, and brides children, Harold O. Johnson, smission. Just Like New
wore candy pink bride Gerald Crawford book tables were decoratedwith ) of "Flint Mich., Mrs. Nathan linen and centered with an was covered with a white lace
crepe floor length gowns with brother of the groom, Dennis pink cloths overlayed II Starling of Lawtey and arrangement of blue and cloth over blue linen and SAVE $3,995.00CHEVELLE
pulled sleeves, lace bodice Ci'aw ford, and Allen Tuggle. with white net with burgundytrim. James G.Johnson of Keystone white pompoms, pink daisies centered with a crystal punch
and sash tic They wore candv Dairell Thomas, cousin of the Heights the bride wore a long and fern in white basket.. On bowl. On either side of the
pink long veils! ,with l1owerlet'sdangling bride, was ring.bearer. Among the servers were gown of soft blue organza over either side of the arrangementwere punch bowl were silver traysof
clown the back, and Mrs Mary llendncks of Debbie Box, Connie Thomas, peau, featuring a lace bodice crystal gloves holding canapes.
turned! nosegays of pink Lake Butler provided the Janis Williams, Pam Parnsh with scalloped waist line and burning blue candles and During the reception W.B.
('arnationsIth baby's breath music and the vocalist was Patricia Eck-nfield. Myra scalloped cap sleeves. The encircled with pink, white and McKinney played several
and burgandv and pink :Miss Diane Bridgman of Lake 'Ihomas. Gina Thomas and neckline was encircled with blue daisies, pompoms, tea selections on his violin
.t t rca mess Butler Sylvia Thomas. seed pearls and the entire leaves and lilies-of-the-valley. Presiding at the punch bowlat
hemline of the organza three-tiered wedding cake, the bride's table were Mrs
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overskirt,with short sweeping encircled with lace and topped I\t.L. Crews, Jr., assisted by
train, was encircled with lace with satin bells graced one Mrs. Billy Anders, and Miss
Special Summer Needlepoint ClassesTo appliques. She wore a blue end of the table. At the other Darlene Starling, Pouring Malibu Classic Door Sedan Power Steering, Power
organza bow headpiece with end was a crystal punch bowl. punch on the patio were Miss Brakes, Air Conditioned, Automatic Transmission,
rosebuds and satin leaves, and Mrs Bobby Lewis cut the June Jarvis, Mrs. Oral Soft Yellow Pairt, with Green Custom Interior Only
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MorningsTuesday 9:30: 1 1:30: Oral Tanner of Lawtey Miss Brenda Stafford and presented the guests from
served as best man. Mrs Nathan H. Starling. A small white baskets by Misses
Evenings Monday 7:30 9:30: Mrs Austin Bell of Starke single taper encircled with Teena and Lisa Johnson
attended as matron of honor. pink and white flowers gracedthe Jeffery McCIellan and Eric
She wore a pink, street length small desk in the foyer Starling.
$10.00 Includes For dress with cap sleeves and where the bride's book' was Following a wedding trip to
Supplies fitted waist line accented with kept by Miss Hhonda Bennett, South Carolina the couple is
Registration Call 964-6300 pink lace inserts. Her head- The punch table on the patio residing North 301,LawteyNettlesAllen
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All friends and relatives are
mmmmmmmmmmmmm&mmmimmmmmmmmmmBmmmmmmmNOW was the first of three summer invited to attend
socials sorority.to be held by the

Plans for the annual dance Bridal ShowerFor
were discussed and it was
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the Variations have been put Miss AllenMiss
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Miss Huntley Jeffrey Shaw Birthday Party Lynn Marzloff, Michael W. Newsome Brown Family Pine Groves


Weds Mr. Hall Has Swim Party For Carmen Eaves Wed In Hope Baptist Church, June 1 15i Reunion July 28 BIRTHS Sets Supper,

Irvin Perry Hall of Live Oak Mrs. A.J. Eaves gave a Gospel SingThe
and Freddie Sue Huntley of On Birthday birthday party Monday afternoon The descendants of Jasperand Mr and Mrs. James Nugentof

Starke were united in for her daughter, Lou Parrish Brown will Starke announce the birthof Pine Grove Congregational
marriage on July 9 at 5 p.m. Jeffrey Shaw celebrated his Carmen, on her ninth bir hold their annual family a daughter Emily Shun on Methodist Church will

by Judge Haddock in tenth birthday Tuesday when thday. reunion on Sunday, July 28, in July 11 at Shands Teaching are hold a Gospel Sing and
Folkston Ga.Followinga. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. The ten children had ice the Community Center at Hospital. Grandparents Chicken and Rice Dinner
wedding trip to Lamar Shaw gave a swim cream and cake at the Eaves Worthington Springs. A Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemons C. Saturday, July 27, in Raifordon
Tennessee and Kentucky, the and slumber party for him at home on Colley Road where basket lunch will be served at and Mr. and Mrs. Carl SR-199 off SR-16.
couple is residing in Lake City their home on Kingsley Lake. the Snoopy theme was carriedout 1:30: p.m. All relatives and Nugent, Sr. of Starke. of the dinner
Serving will
u here Mr. Hall is employed as Fifteen boy friends from in decorations. friends are invited to attend. .,.q- ..q.c.cr4T and the
start at 5 p.m. sing is
for the A &
market manager P Jacksonville enjoyed the After refreshments Mrs.
at 7:30
to start : p.m.
Food Stores. occasion with Jeffrey. Eaves and her parents Mr.
Mrs. L. L. Hardee of Fairfax Everyone is welcome to
took the
and Mrs. L.C. Early,
Mrs Ethel Simmons of Va. was Friday to come!
-- '- '- '- '- - children to the Enlisted Men'sClub
at Camp Blanding for a Richmond Va., Mrs. Clara Tuesday guest of Mrs. K. v.
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Mrs. J.R. Kite and Mrs. swim party and hot dog Swails of Camilla Ga. and Turner and attended the Plumbing Class
Williams attended a 50th Malcolm Pownall returnedlast supper. Mrs. Hattie Thomas of funeral of her father, Roy
wedding anniversary Wednesday after a three Valdosta Ga. were guests last Turner, on Saturday morning.
weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. week of Mrs. Bertha Pearce. SetAtSFJC
reception Sunday honoringMr.
and Mrs. L.A. Taylor, Sr. L.R Moore in Coatsville Pa. They all visited Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Bollinger of
at the Lake Shore Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews E.R. Smyth in Largo and Gainesville spent the weekend Applications are now being
Church Fellowship( Hall givenby Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Parker visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce points of interest in Florida.Mr. with his son and daughter-in- taken for registration in the
!Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Taylor and family have moved to Mathews and family in law. Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Santa Fe Plumbing Non-Joint
Jr Daytona Beach Mr. Parkerwas Maitland Thursday to Mon- and Mrs. Huston Mc- Bollinger.Mr. Apprenticeship and Training
Starke area manager of day. Clane visited Mr. and Mrs. Program, to begin at Santa Fe

!Mr. and !Mrs J.C. Vining of Florida Power & Light Co. +i Bill McClane at Jacksonville and Mrs. Kenneth Community College on Sep
Palatka will be Friday lun- Mrs. C.R. McDonell and Beach Friday night and Dance of Southport, Conn. tember 18.
cheon guests of Mrs. L.D. Rev. and Mrs Erik Johnson sons Robert and C.R. Mc- Saturday.Mr. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. Basic qualifications for
Vining. Steve Crawford Charles Donell Jr. of Tampa were R. Richardson the past ten registration are: 1)) age 18-29
lloltzendorf and Linda weekend guests of Mr. and and Mrs. J.E. Hardy days. (veterans age shall be

Mrs. Charney Williams and Salazar returned Mondayfrom Mrs. R.P. McLendon. and. daughter, Mrs. Gene Ladies Shirts & Blouses 1-3 reduced by each year of
daughter, Vicki, spent a week's cruise to the Ivey Jr., and son were dinner service up to five years); 2))
I
Wednesday to Sunday in Bahamas. Local admittances to guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.R. OFF a Stump'sMr. physically capable of performing

Cincinnati, Ohio visiting Mrs. Bradford County Hospital this Wilson Friday evening at the and Mrs. Bill Graham the work of the
Williams' mother, Mrs. Sena Rack of Ladies Pants Suits week include: Mrs. LaJuan d San Jose Country Club. have returned from ten days plumbing trade (doctor's
Cooper and relatives. Now $10.00 at Stump'sMrs. Whittle, Mrs. Janie Green vacation in the Smoky statement required); 3)) aptitude
Eddie Jackson, Mrs. Beulah r Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Lawson Mountains.Mr. test to be administeredby
Hack of Shoes 1.3 OFF at Jim Shaw the former Prescott Robbie Mines and Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Florida State Employment
Stump's Beverly McRae, daughter of Harvey Perkins, Mrs. Linda Lawson spent Friday to and Mrs. David Christo- Service; and 4)) at least ninth
Mr. and Mrs. R.M. !McRae, Noe, Mrs. Linda Thomas .r Rif Monday with L.L. Canningtonand pher and daughters of Way- grade education (transcripts
has accepted a teaching Jimmy Simmons Thomas family in Donaldsonville cross Ga. are visiting Mr. and required).
Mrs. Richard St.John attended position in the Art Depart- Crawford John W. Powell Ga. and celebrated Mr. Mrs. C. L. Dinkins this week. Applications are availableat
the tuneral of her
aunt ment at Putnam Elementary Mrs. Mary Johnson, Mrs. Cannington's 83rd birthday on the following locations:
Mrs. Elbert Harper. in Ocilla School, Putnam, Conn. Thelma Boatwright !Mrs Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Santa Fe Community Collegeand
Ga. recently.Mrs. Rether Crews, Mrs. Irma Lynne Andrea Marzloff of and also held an arrangementof Parrish of Belleville, 111. and the Apprenticeship
Mrs. Bill Marchant and Knight and Karen Wynn Gainesville, daughter of Mr light violet carnations and Vicki Williams is visitingher Mr. and Mrs. Carl Barton of Training Committee in
Nick Thomas has daughter. Tara Leigh spent Starke; Alexander Rogers. and Mrs. Fred S. Marzlolf of tern I kinked I by a single candle cousin, Keeley Powell in Freeburg. III. were Saturday Gainesville.
returned from a ten days visit the weekend with !Mrs. Raiford; and Mrs. Vera Mayo, became the bride of encircled with fern. Marlena Mauldin S.C. for two weeks. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
with relatives in Redding Pa. Marchant's parents Mr. and Landing, Keystone Heights. Michael Wayne Newsome son Davis cut the cake and Barbara Hayes. Elks PlanSaturday
Mrs. J.B. Sapp in Jasper. of Mr. and Mrs Ernie W. McClanhan presided at Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas .Rack of Ladies Pants Suits Newsome of Starke, on June the punch bowl. Assisting in Pownall and children of Mrs. N. L. Woodburn is in Social
weekend with his
spent the Mrs. Evelena Paul Canova is a patient in Now 25.00 at Slump's 15 at 7 p.m. in Hope Baptist serving were Alice Hall and Melbourne were weekend Ottumwa, Iowa visiting Mr.
mother. the North Florida Regional Church Theressa. Rev. MerleL. :Marion Kelly. guests of Mrs Malcolm and Mrs. Gene Barnett and .
Thomas, in Brooker. Hospital. Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. Packham performed the The couple is residing in Pownall. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knapp and The Elks Lodge is sponsoring .
this
nuptials. Gainesville.The funeral of her a social Saturday
the
attended
Mrs. R.W. Reese and Mrs. Ladies dresses 1-3 OFFSlump's spent Mr. and last Mrs.Wednesday Andrew Mathisin with bride is a Hlti! graduateof Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn stepfather H. R. Matthews, night, July 20, at the lodge in
Don Page were visiting Mr. Jacksonville and attendedthe Presenting a program of Gainesville High School Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Houston Monday afternoon. Starke.All .
and !Mrs David Griffith and nuptial music were Janice attended Santa Fe Junior McClane visited Paul Canovein members are invited
funeral of Mrs. Nan Sails
son Reese in Newnan Ga. (Hall and Topsy Brown. and asked to bring a guest.
Miss also of Jacksonville. College, and is now employedat North Florida Regional Mr. and Mrs Mike Goldwire
the weekend. of
over They Jayne Hardy
General Electric. Hospital Sunday afternoon. Laurie and
brought back Stephanie Green Atlanta is home for several Decorating the altar were and children
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Lambertof Mr.: Newsome is a 18(; Beth of Palm Beach Gardens
who had spent a month with weeks vacation. baskets of yellow daisies,
the Griffiths. Newport and Mrs. Ann violet and white flowers and graduate of Bradford High Susan Kitchens is convales- spent the weekend with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holm of Marcey of Green Cove Springswere fern against a background of School and is attending cing at home after spendingten and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire visited Mr. and Mrs. Ogden
liroupox Bodv Suits and Tampa spent several days last Sunday visitors of Mr. arched and spiral candelabraswith Electrical ApprenticeshipSchool days in Shands Teaching and all attended the 50th Bates in Jacksonville Sunday
assorted tops 11.00 at Stump'sMr. week with Mr. and Mrs. M.L. and !Mrs. John C. Greene and burning tapers.Wa'ne as an electrician at Hospital where she was a wedding anniversary of Mr. afternoon.
Lawson and family.Mr. son. D. Hall attended as Crystal River Nuclear Power patient following an automo- and Mrs. Earl McDaniels in
and Mrs. Richard H use. bile accident. Brunswick, Ga. Sunday. (See Page 3)Page"
best man, and the ushers were .
and have
St.John family
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and Mrs. Clinton Buff Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Andy Marzloff and Marshall
returned after week's visit
with relatives in Macon, Ga., !Mrs !Marion Hawkins Mrs. with Hamilton her spent parents.the Mr.weekend and Cloversettle.Miss ......ay ,maul K..d. Jun.. ION State Bank No.PUBLISHER'S +, G .s-
Ronnie Thomas and son Ron
North Augusta, S.C. and Thomas II, and Tammy Lynn Mrs. E. E. Jackson in Winder, : Connie L. Wilkes
Grand Blanc. Mich. Joy attended the three-day annual Ga. and attended the Lord served l as maid of honor COpy
St.John remained with her family reunion in Watkins- wearing a long empire style
family reunion at
uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. McLepd violet with violet and
W.T Harper in North Pineview and Finleyson, Ga. ville, Ga. on Sunday. white gown lace trim, short puff Consolidated Report of Condition of .. ... .....Florida; Bank?.ac,.S.tark; .. .... ... "

Augusta for week's visit. recently. Mrs. Betty Hadsock and sleeves and high neckline. She of.Starke. in the State of .. Florida. . ... and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of
-- :Miss Janelle Hadsock of wore a white and violet lace

The Company Bugs Fall Dead For! Lakeland Ga. were weekend headpiece and carried an arm tsr f'In.ISlness on JUN :i :) ..13T4..... .... ....., >19.... ...
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl wreath on green fern and

Hurst and family. violet carnations.
l IONIA

:... David McKnight of the Uni Given in marriage her ASS E T S DOLLARS Cre.l
by
1STOillot. versity of South Florida was brother, Fred J. Marzloff. Jr.. I. Cash and due from banks (including S_none unpolted debits) 4 IS]. J S(0'11 I
home for the weekend. the bride wore an empire st'legown 2. (a) U.S. Treasury aecuritlea S_974,69264 l Total (items xxx xu xxx
of (b) Obligations of Federal Financing Bank S_none S 2(.) (b) ) = 914 692 64 2
Maj. and Mrs. Donald L. reembroidered imported with Alecon satin 3. Obhg"tion of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations .. .. .... ... 1 787 207 41 3
I -.. c& Rardon have returned from lace and seed with 4. Obligations or States and political .ubdtviaion. .. . .. .. 3 619 088 80 4
Call 964-5745 two weeks at Leavenworth, lace sleeves: and pearls lace full 5. Other securities (Including S none! corporate stocks) .. .. .. 4ZZ 269 6.5 S
Kas. where Majo. Rardon neckline. Her veil a of high 6. Trading account securities .. .. .. .. .. ... none 6
Free Inspections attended the Command and illusionwas 7. Federal funds aold and lecurltles purchased under all'eementa to resell ... . none I 1
secured to
& Estimates General Staff College. satin decorated a high crown of 8. Other loam .. ... .. .... 7 4t2 988 06 8
with seed 9. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other aaaeta representinlr bank preml.es .. ., .... 274 116 01 9
------ pearls and Alecon lace She 10. Real estate owned other than bank premieee .. . .. .. ... .. none 10

carried a cascade of white 11. Investments In aubaidiarles not consolidated .... ..... .. ...... .. .. ......... ... none 11
carnations and small violet 12. Cuatomer'a liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding .. ...... .. ........... .... ......... .... .. 12
WELLS ELECTRIC flowers.A 13. Other aaaeta (item 6 of "Other Aaaeta") (Including S_none direct I.... financing) __13 ye _486 _21 13

church reception recreation was held hall which in the U. TOTAL ASSETS .. ........ .. ... .. .. ... ." .. --1.5..li L..2t.3.-.ai. H

was decorated with
LIABILITIES
arrangements of white
violet flowers carnations and- 15. Demand deposits of Individuals partnerships, and corporatlonl .... ... .. .. . 4 344 390 80 u
SERVICEElectrical yellow daisies. 16. Time and aavinga deposita of Indivlduala, partnerships. and corporation .... .. .. .. 4 419 5.56 57 18IT.
Deposits of United States Government .. .. ... .. 126 487 35 11
Marjorie Packham
guests at the door greeted 18. Depolita of States and political aubdlvislona. . .... . 3 898 405 13 18
and
Contractors !Mills the bride's Linda 19. Deposits of foreign aovernm.nta and official inetitutlon ... .... ... .... .. ... QOne. 19
kept book. 20. Deposits or commercial banka ....... ..... .. .... ..... .. ... .. ... . .. none 20
Standing in the
receiving line 21. Certified and omcers' check.. eta . ........... ... .. .. .91 680 08 21
? prt, e were their the bride and and groom, 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS .. ..... ... $ 19 53 xxx six xxx xx 22a

t parents bride's attendants.The ( > Total demand depoli .. ....... $-. .. 2.a..6H a H-- xxx xxx IIXII IIX (a)
\t \eS table was (b) Total time and lavlnga deposita .. . .. S6. xxx sex IIXIIIX (b)
centered
with
2-\ lLo: S\\1 a a wedding cake 23. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchaae. '''''. ..... .... ........ .. .. 23

24. Other liabilities for borrowed money .. ... ....... ..... ... .... .... ... ... .. ." ... ... 24
et,,teeRESIDENTIALCOMMERCIALINDUSTRIAL, I 25. Mortgage indebtedness .... .. .. ... ......... ....".. .. 25
DUPLICATE BRIDGE 26. Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding .. ... .. ... ........... .. .none 28
CLUB RESULTS 21. Other liabilities . . ... .. .... ..... .. 21
Tying for first place at 28. TOTAL LIABILITIES .. .. ...... ....... .. 294H: 28
Duplicate Bridge Tuesday 29. MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES .. ....... .. ... ... ... .. .. none 29
DIAL 9646061SERVING night were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Wainwright' and Mrs. Betty RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES

STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949 Parker and Mrs. Liza :Mine- 30. Reserve for bad debt lames on loans (let up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service rulings) ."... ....... .. .. .46 ?656 62 ao

singer; tying for second place 81. Other reaerves on loan .. .. ...... ...... ..... ........"" .. none al
744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091 \\ereIr.: and Mrs. Ari 32. Reserves on securities .. ... .. ... ..... ........:......................... .. non ....,... a2
P.O. lOX 407 Watana and Mrs. !Maggie 33. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES .,.. ... ... .. .. .. ,..............,.,.,.,.......,..,.,...,..,..... ..... --i.6... M.6...... Z." a3
Miller and Mrs. Vernic Odom.

....00.... ..uo,,"...moo..". ..._ ..___._ .. ...__. _............. CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _

34. Capital notes and debentures .. .. .. ? ............................... ........ .. nonE a4
(specify Interest rate and maturity of each issue outstanding)

ai b 35. Equity capital total ... ... .. .. .. ... ......................................... 1.111. 86
SUMMER 36. Preferred atock.total par value none ..... .. ........ .. ... ."........................................ .... --- non a6
(No ahares outstanding )

37. Common Itock-total par value. .. ...... ... .. .. .. .. ........ ........ ... .................................... .300 000. ..00 11
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Griffis Escapes Vicky Henry Weds Tommy CarterIn 4 Graduate ----
Perjury PossibleIn DiJ YouJ< ---a; ; ;

:, Injury In Mishnp New River Church On June 29th FromSJRJC

Four Bradford County Among those attending the Mr. and Mrs. Roger
Murder HearingIn LAKE BUTLER In a no students graduated among 40 Sharks-New York pro football Williams of Memphis, Tenn. I
1 contact vehicle accident other graduates from the St. game; at the Gator Bowl last are visiting his mother Mrs.L. .
Union County Commissioner Johns River Junior at Thursday night were Mr. and
College
S. Williams, this week.
III :) a preliminary hearing from Wilson's attorney, the Gerald Griffis came to a the end of Term III-A according Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar,

IIrd IId last Judge Wednesday.(El/ie Sanders County judge announced that in the sudden halt in the ditch in a r f to C.L. Overturf, deanof Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John Myers Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kellyof
postponed interest of justice' further to avoid collision
maneuver a student affairs. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade, Mr. Lakeland weekend
flicting judgment testimony/ in after the con- earliest hearings would be held at the Saturday July 13. Ji The students were: Dorothy and Mrs. William Glover guests; Mr. and were Mrs. George
case possible time _
'' Gay Margaret Jackson Mike Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, John W. Brown.
against Billy'
Hay Wilson, probably next week. The stateattorney's Godwin, Dudley Hardy, and
.ll.s charged in the shooting deathof office is Griffis, was traveling northon King and Handy McGovern.
John Chester Clark on July completion of its nearing SR-121, near Raiford in his Tom Andrews. Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Tampa :
investigation
2. The Telegraph told- 1973 Ford truck, when the "Auction Money"Starts is visiting Mrs. O. L. Beasleyand
0 The hearing was continued Tuesday. was approaching 1956 Ford of Mrs. J. W. Kincaid this
Wilson Perry Harper, 67, of Karen and Debbie Glover week.
pending a complete
Investigation Wilson meanwhile will be Lulu, decided to make a left FridaySome have as guests for two weeks
the
by state attorney'soffice. held without bail in the
Marty Hill and Sharon Parkerof
Bradford turn directly in front of the on- Mr. and Mrs. George
In another County jail. coming Griffis truck. In I 15 Starke downtown Brooksville. Huggins visited Mrs. II. L. I
i, (Following an afternoon of murder first-degree steering his vehicle to avoidan merchants will begin passingout Hotkwood at JacksonvilleBeach
testimony! from two witnessesand case heard recently impact Griffis lost control Fd "Auction Money" with Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Boone, last Friday. i
three Lillie !Mae Hood Norris was but J) this ( daughter, Becky, and Carol
police officers bound finally brought his truck toa each purchase Friday,
Judge Sanders! concluded that over to circuit court stop in the highway ditch. which may be used in bidding Ha elhurst of Jackson, Tenn.
conlhctmg statements shouldbe but the charge now will be for valuable prizes at a gala spent the past ten days with SFJC Bourd I
investigated with the manslaughter.Mrs. auction to be held at 3 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Olin White.
of ] Norris was chargedwith Deputy J.W. Nettles, who in the Meets
possibility perjury charges Saturday, Aug. 3, Tonight
(wing hied. murder following the investigated the mishap parking lot across from Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Hardy,
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shooting death of J. C. Norrison charged Harper with careless
Alter hearing objections Priest's ten cent store. Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen
June 16. driving.Eckerd's Prizes with a total value of Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Johns. GAINESVILLE. July 15 -
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar The Board of Trustees of
$500 are being donated by Shaw
iLi i participating merchants and Dr. and Mrs. Richard Odom Santa Fe Community Collegewill
Robbed Gun will be bid in by shoppers and Mr. and Mrs. George hold its regular monthly
meeting at 3:30: on
4 using the Auction Money Roberts, Jr. spent Saturday p.m.

'i Thursday, July 18, at thecollege's
have received with night at Shell Harbor, near
they
Lifted From Policeman _._. -- -.. purchases. Each individualitem Palatka, and enjoyed a Northwest Campus,
3000()()() N.W. 83rd Street
I Ktkc-rd's: I Drugs, located in glasses were purchased fromT Patrolmen Robert E. Lee Miss Vicky Henry, daughterof The bride given in not less will than have$20.a retail value of boating River on trip Sunday.on the St. Johns All interested citizens are

the Bradford Square Shopping G & Y before entering the and Denton DeVoe answeredthe Mr and Mrs. Thurston marriage by her father worea Downtown merchants invited to attend the meeting
(Center was held at Henry of Brooker, and floor length gown of white are which will convene in Room (F-
up gun drug store. While one of the call with DeVoe going to planning to stage "AuctionDays" Mrs. Melba Williams and
point by t\\o armed men about thieves was holding pharmacist the back door and Lee to the Tommy Carter, son of Mr. and crepe with lace and bodice train.long Her monthly, and Auction Mrs. E. C. Dukes visited Mr. 25a. .
Mrs. J. T. Carter of Wausau, lace sleeves a
1 p.m. Thursday July 11. the Larry Lopez at front. The and Mrs. Curtis Edwards
in
gunpoint thieves
were Money not used at one sale Weed Damage Measured
robbers with (Fla., were united in marriageJune floor length veil of illusion was
store's escaping of the the other remained at the leaving the store at the time 29 at 8 in the New secured to a daisy headpiece.She may be held over by the owner Lake City Sunday Only in recent years has
narcotics limentory Class B Iront of the store near the bookrack Lee was about to enter. River Baptist p.m.Church in carried a cascade and used to bid in items at a research made it possible to
Getting the the officer sale. Miss Denise Winkler was in accurately measure crop
drop on of daisies larger
Brooker with Rev. Lonnie arrangement
The,robbers disarmed a city Meanwhile, Manager Larry Tampa over the weekend damage resulting from
they relieved him of his .38 orchid.A .
Mlicem.inho Parker and Rev. James Coun- centered with an -------------- shows
| met them Baker who weeds. Latest study
as was unloading a caliber and proceededto visiting Mr. and Mrs. James
they escaped through the front truck at the rear entrance of make weapon their getaway inYoung's tryman performing the reception was held in the BIC PENS. The Office Shop. Montuoro and daughter that one pigweed per row
door of the nuptials.Mrs. foot in soybeans cut yieldsby
and
drug store. the building after completing 19 cents 25 cents.
stolen 1973 Mercury. church reception hall which
Anita one-fourth.
In .1 I subsequent and continuing his task came back throughthe Countryman, was decorated with bells
i i organist, and Glenda An- ----
m\rstigution being store and became
suspi- hanging from the ceiling at
conducted the The vehicle was found drews, soloist, presented a
by Starke hen he
cious w saw pharmacist
the entrance, and a bell over
abandoned just a short while of
Police program nuptial music.
Department Police
Lopez placing articles from
Chit'l ..1'111111BO.t'l1 after the robbery on an un- Highlighting the altar was a the cake. Arrangements of said the (the shelves into a pillowcase.
daisies and candle holders
paved section of SR-S-100-S basket of daisies and
robln-rs stole gladioli
a 1973! Baker
Mercury casually walked on
with yellow tapers were also
owned I near Hampton.This pompoms against a back Bettft.
by Irving Young of through the store and out the used.
Hampton The :Mercury was Iront entrance and then ran to ground of branched candel-
|>aikcKl l at the (Food Fair' the \\inn-Dixie' Store and was the second time abra with burning tapers and The bride's table was
parking lot when taken by the placed a call to the local that Eckerd's has been held palms. centered with a five-tiered
thieves Some hats and &UII- police. up by drug thieves the first James Miller attended as wedding cake decorated with
occurred February 4, 19701 the best man,and the ushers were yellow flowers and green
day after it opened for Pete Cook and John Elmer eaves, and topped with a
business in Starke. Carter. yellow and white daisy

This robbery is Starke's Mrs. Bobby Brannen of bouquet. This was flanked by family center
Panama City served as candle-
INSURANCESante fourth since October 20, 1973 two single crystal
at which time Koch's Drugswas matron of honor, wearing a holders with yellow candles.
green silk organza gown and and Linda
robbed. On December 11, Cora Lee Stalnaker
headpiece of green ribbon and
1973 drug thieves hit Mit- Powell cut the cake.

Fe Community Collegeis chell's Drug Store.FARM daisies.daisies She and carried colored a nosegayof carna- The punch table held a cen- QQOPCED( ( (!) 0fJ(! ( I]

reviewing all Fire and tions. terpiece of yellow gladioli and

Liability Insurance coverageson I I FACTS I Kathy junior Riddles bridesmaid of Mariannawas and yellow flanked by and two white crystal daisies candle U.S. 301 South SCHE NTERG Starke Fla.

all properties owned was attired in a gown similarto holders with yellow tapers. A
or Popeye Needs WheatIf that of the honor attendant.She crystal punch bowl was at one OPEN 9 TO 9 MON TO SAT. 12 TO 7 SUNDAY
leased by the College. wore a silk organza head- end of the table.
Popeye the Sailor Man
ate wheat instead of piece with matching ribbon Mrs. Larry Henry greeted
spin- and daisies, and carried and aUPONT[ 1AJCI'TE',
The will ach, no telling what strong- a guests at the door, : f.
College Negotiatefor man feats he might have nosegay of daisies and colored Margaret Hardee kept the .

purchase of insurancewith been able to pull off. Scien- carnations. bride's book.Assisting .
tists have found that the Karen Riddles of Mariannawas in serving were
area licensed agents iron in wheat is picked up flower girl and Wayne April Austin Tommy Hansen, auCPaw.lWALL PAINT
by the body far more read- Henry of Brooker was ring- and Pat Whitaker. !
who qualify according to College ily than the iron in spinach. bearer. Following a wedding trip to q %

South Florida the couple is
requirements Final determ Goes on smooth, for flat
residing in Wausau. h I II I
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ination to be made by The bride is a graduate of Il even finish. Dries in 1/2
& Construction
sealed bid.Interested Clay Paving Bradford High School and I II I) ( III hour. Easy Clean-up with
473-2127 COMMERCIAL CIRCLE KEYSTONE Gulf Coast Senior College. She IIII soap and water. Many $ 8 8
is a nurse at Chipley Hospital. decorator colors. 5

agents may Inquireto Drive Ways Parking Areas cattle Mr. Carter ranch. is foreman of a Gallon

Director of Purchasing, Fill Dirt

Building F, N. W. Campusof .

Santa Fe Community College Land Clearing Lime Rock THE BRADFORD @pnR IJOCITli

COUNTY .....-. : '
3000 N. W. 83rd Street, ft Clay Published TELEGRAPH ,I II
every Thursday
Gainesville, Florida. FREE ESTIMATES K. REEVES at 138 W. Call Street HOUSE PAINT LUCITE :
OWNER Starke, .Florida. 32091 House Painto.a.r.u.'OO
21' 8/25
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at Starke. FloridaSubscription Dries to a tough, protective ,
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sheet in an hour. Built-in I Mill">,!,!!!! !! '1111

Rates: primer. Soap and water $ 8 8 I, II
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In trade area: $8.00 per clean-up. Decorator colors. 7 II

year; 13.50 six; months Gallon II I 11

Outside trade area: $7.00 t
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PHONE 964-7929 ''', .a tennis racquet,ski and ski i
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SPECIAL PURCHASE All on gold filled or sterling silver chain
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From$5.95.See them at our special Hang-ups
the saying goes. If you are a June bride (or
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$ just setting up housekeeping, we know you are
in the middle of loads of important decisions.
.n Pen Sale I You are trying to get everything off to a good
start and want to choose things carefully.
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July 18.1971 TELEGRAPH Pages


HAMPTON


AREA NEWSby

Josephine Fontaine

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HAMPTON. COUNCIL SAVE w
MEETING TN

Mayor Arthur Bruno
discussed the forthcoming
Bicentennial Celebration at
the Hampton City Council
meeting on July 9, and asked tILL
the Council to consider sub.
mitting a project for Hamp
ton. It is hoped that every
town in the U.S. will participate
in the Bicentennial
and projects may include anycivic r
improvement for the vmTtr
betterment of life in the E VE.oW I
community. Mayor Bruno WEED PRICES
who is a member of the p S
Bradford County Bicentennial SQE a'I
Committee said that mat. pgIE Ea EnV1tE
thing funds would be VAE
available for S
approved gB16t RpD111
projects usd aMPS PE4P''
Chairman Curtis reportedthat S
60 tons of limerock had .,,.aMltlL

been Boulevard placed, and on Pineland property WINK DIYI(V 4A O C PRICES GOOD THURS. JULY 18
W-D BRAND u.s. CHOICE BEEP
owners are better QCpE1
satisfied
with condition of the road He eapN s N.Y. STRIP STEAKS THRU WED. JULY 24

said there were still some USDA OR. 'A'
complaints about junk cars LB.WD $189]
QUICK FROZENWD W-D BRAND
inside the city limits and
offered to contact persons BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
concerned and request that BRAND USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND WHOLE
something be done about the CHUCKSTEAK BROAD BREASTEDTURKEYS RIB ROAST OR SHOULDER SMOKEDPICNICS
situation. The Clerk had
written letters to these per- RIB STEAKpO
sons matter.in April concerning this

Mrs Fontaine asked why

Orange paved Street and was about only half the IB. 98e 17 LBS. ;UD 59 LB.USDA 5ge
possibility of a microphone for ;
the City Hall Mr Dennison & UP $
said there was a problem with ) COVIHNMINT GIAOIU. "
Mrs. McIntosh about paving INSP. W-D BRAND 3 S \ S. CHOICE HICKORY SWEET
Orange Street past her PURE (NO ADDITIVES)
property Councilman Lott SLI. BACON
said he would try to have his GR. BEEF
microphone set up in the City IB. LB.
/Hall by the next meeting.
Dennison then made a motion
to put limerock on the rest of TASTY (TWELVE R-ot. PATTIES) W-D BRAND SLICED 1-l B.: 89C
Orange Street which was 5 389 PKG.lB.
approved. l Beef Patties Bologna79j
Harold Waters turned in his
resignation as city recreation
chairman which was accepted 3TIDE $1" 12.et.
Mrs Waters was then KING SIZE
asked if she would accept the SAVE 31
job. and agreed to do so. SAVE 60cDETERGENT
The chairman presented a
letter to the Council signed by ALL VEGETABLE
Mrs Vaughan W.K. Bronn ASTOR FRUITCOCKTAIL
and Paul Meece requesting
the closing of an alley near WESSON OIL
their property and the
Council approved
On motion of Dennison the limit 1 with $7,50 or more purchase excl. cigs. f Jrs
Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excl. cigs
Council approved setting a ,-<
qualifying fee to be! live
percent of the council salary 28
$ 38
:Mrs. Wadsworth asked if $i
the County had any authorityover $1

the City of Hampton l lp.1 I 8
concerning zoning laws. 84-oz. SAVE n
Mayor Bruno said the County 48-oz. 8-oz.
had no authority inside the PKG. "-
City limits.At 30C BOTTLE CANS
the request of the Mayor
a special meeting was called SAVE 18c SAVE 17c DIXIE DARLING
for July 18 for Council to vote IVORY LIQUID. FAMILY
(Limit I w/$7/ .SO op more purchol. ..cl. cigi")
on changing Charter for appointive
SAVE 3tc ASTORCoffee
elective. Marshall[ instead of Detergent Bread


SI'CI.\L: :NOTICE: 2 22.., $1 00 3 20-01. $i 00
LOAVES i
A special meeting of the .TLS. LIB. C
City Council, of Hampton will Quantity Rights CAM
be held in the City hall Reserved U.S. No. 1
Thursday evening at 8:00. WINN DIXIE STORES INC
July [18. 1974 All citizens are COPYRIGHT 1974 RIPE & JUICYPEACHES MORTON ASSORTEDDINNERS
urged to attend to voice their
opinion on changing the
charter for appointing a City I
Marshall instead of elective. LAND O' SUNSHINE 1 VINE RIPE

FRIENDS i : &:\EWIIBUHS: ; BUTTER68C (ALL EXCEPT HAM & BEEF) TOMATOES
Mr and Mrs. Harrison of S'
Starke were dinner guests of W %>
Mr. and Mrs[ Lynn Hall last i fc M

Friday Joe Wiggins evening spent two "PKC.1LB. 1 3 99CLBS.

weeks in Jacksonville visiting QTRS. c-- LBS.
with Mrs.his Margaret aunt, Eve Crawford Menefee.[ \ 3 $1 2 $1

spent several days in Atlanta.Ga. SAVE 2Sc 11-oz.. LIBBYLIMEADE
visiting her daughter and THRIFTY MAID CUT PKGS.
family, and also her brother.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall had GREENBEANS
dinner with Mr[ and Mrs[
Harrison of Starke last USNo.l CALIFORNIA U.S No.1 CALIFORNIA OR PINK OR REGULARLEMONADE
Tuesday evening. Plums
s
Nectarino U S. No.I
FISHINGKS: : : POLY OR VENT VU
It was reported to us that REGULAR 00
Peck Denmson had a very ,.. 1 POTATOES 3 .... $1
good time at Hodman Dam 00 $ 100
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recently seven fish'lie:had a fine catchof 5 16'0&CANS. $1 1 10 PKG LB. 98 8 CANS

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RKCRKATIONHarold : BEST OF SHOW TUNA SOUTHERN BISCUIT WASHINGTON STATE US No.I BING SUPERBRAND ICE CREAM BARS OR

resigned as K.Recreation Waters Board has Cat Food e 6 6'0'CANS. $100 Flour . . e BAG. 68C Cherries . LB 59C . S.. ffSandwiches \C
Chairman for the Hampton
KRAFT 1000 ISLE THE REFRESHING DRINK FRESH YELLOW FREEZER QUEEN ASSORTED BOIL N' BAG

Area Commissioner., to run The for County Council Dressing e 3 As: $100 Gatorade . 3 VuV: $1 1 Corn . 10 EARS 99C Meat Items. 4 'lAGS.01. $1
has appointed Mrs. Alice Faye
Waters to be Acting DOUGLAS WHOLE SAVE 20c THRIFTY "MAID" HOOD POLY BAG REGULAR FRENCH FRIED OR CRINKLE CUT

Recreation the Hampton Board Area.Chairmanof Chicken . SCAN 99C Tomato Sauce 8 CANS 8'01. $1 1 Orange Juice 3 Ss.. $1 1 Potatoes . 2 2LS.PKGS. $1

BETTY CROCKER LAYER CRACKIN' GOOD ASTOR TASTE O SEA PERCH

SENIOR Hampton CITIZENSThe Senior Cake Mixes 2 18 PKGS.01.. 88C Saltines . 2 PKGS.l.ll 88C Orange Juice 6 CANS 601. 99C Fillets I . . '16.01.PKG: 79c

Citizens Club will meet at 6:30: KRAFT BAR QUI DIXIE DARLING DINNER SUPERBRAND COFFEE POLY BAG DIXIANA MUSTARD. COLLARD OR

on night.their Friday regular, July 19.meeting for a Sauces S e e e 18 JAR o 3ge Rolls e e e 3 PKGS.901. 79C Creamer 5 1601 CTNS. $100 Turnip Greens r- 2 '18'01.lAGS $1EXTRA 00

Pot-Luck table service.Dinner Coffee Bring your and ..- ---------_.__....-._--_..- -- -. -_._-------------_.-._..._- .----------_._---_.._...._._. .
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POISON PREVENTION TIP ROACH ft TILE BRITE 1 ANY BRANDCigarettes 01 CII..MIDAnt i
Bomb Electra Sol Cottage Cheese
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the numbe ''Slt GOOD THRU JULY 24 1 GOOD
Keep telephone GOOD THRU JULY 24 THRU JULY 24
of your physician and nearer No .51 .. .n.. 'M.. .._.... No 32 .. '....THRU.?.. ??JULY??..',24 No 33 GOOD......THRU""., .JULY........24 No 34 ...no.,?.. ......... No. 33 ...o .. .
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The number is 1-389-7751, Si .EXTRA ; .EXTRA .EXTRA ; .EXTRA : .EXTRA
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County Races... 90 Name Rep. MacKay Asks
Taj"/: II|) which asks the inclusion of which will later include the of 18.3 percent from $18,580 to
$35,1\10\) ) in the commissioners zoning requirements of eachof $21,980. (From Page 1))

nll.iuf. may be reduced 1974-75 budget for the fiscal the four municipalities of Tax Assessor Gene Long (Is Dist. Senate SeatState
other than the recommliil : year beginning October 1, Starke, Hampton, Lawtey and calling for an increase of 79.6 defeated by incumbent WaitingList
I 11171 mills Brooker.A percent for the operation of Thompson by 31 votes. A
"11I>__I.lI1llal cost of living 1974.The amount requested by single county-wide zoning his office. The new amount poultry farmer he has servedas RepresentativeKenneth
il.n\ ail wanes increases the Zoning Board more than board was one of the principal requested is $80,462 up $35,662 president of the Bradford OnPhones II. (Buddy) MacKay
imiiintiMK. /\ to approximately doubles the $17,200 included in recommendations containedin over \last year's $44,800. Fair Association for three of Ocala.a three-term veteranof
''i ,Iirl rent are included In the last year's budget which saw the county's recently Civil Defense Director years, and still holds this the House, has announcedhe
i II,r I UIII1' r> budget igures I for the first time the full time completed preliminary land Jerry Thompson submitted a office; president of the BUS will qualify for the District
''. i dilbert( Brown' said. employment of a salaried use study plan. "no-no" budget request in Quarterback Club in 1973; 6 State Senate seat being r
\tt \ c createdamonster. I Ip. county zoning director. Priorto The commissioners, to asking for a 93.5 percent served on the Board of vacated by Sen. Jim Williams, *
"" u M,I Ironi the beginning. October 1 of last year the reduce the magnitude of addition over last year. Governors of the Chamber of D-Ocala. 9
\\i. \ t' ,really created aniMri zoning requirements of the Shuford's "created monster," Thompson's request for Commerce for past two years; Booming growth in Brad Sen. Williams has been
,, That's what we've county had been channeled made a tentative reduction in $52,330 over last year's $27,032 member Bradford County ford County makes it temporarily selected as Gov Reubin
1 lime',, remarked C'om- through the office of Tax the building Inspector'srecommended got a "thumb's down" Development Board; marriedto impossible to get a Askew's running-mate, has
,I-MOIHT, Have Shuford after Assessor Gene Long.: $10,000 salaryto reception from the com- the former Peggy Hinson of new telephone, but officials joined the Governor's team
to
.iknm l I i .1 look al the proposed The Bradford County $8,500 and cut the proposed missioners and Chairman Hampton, they have three hope 1 to begin installing and will seek election as
August cut down
slap) I it>(|uest ol the Brad- Zoning Board, presently $6,000() salary of a full time Ralph Bryan advised the children. list.Emergency. the Lieutenant Governor for Gov.
,,I d l i oiuiiv Zoning Board composed of seven unpaid secretary to $4,800. director to revise the figures --Johnny Blaine Thompson, waiting lines Askew's second term. The
volunteer members "We are going to take and and re-submit his request at 33, incumbent School Board beyond the number six state senate
forecast estimation of
recommended the new ad- consider all budget proposalsand the next budget work session, member Dist. 1, is a lifelong have been growth district includes Alachua,
PcoWccNURSERY ministrative organization to look at the total picture scheduled for Monday, July 22 Bradford County native, the approved to solve Baker, Bradford, Columbia,
better handle control and before making any final at 7:30: p.m. residing on SR-225, west of Russell problem district, according to Jim Dixie Gilchrist Hamilton,
enforce the zoning committment," Chairman $13,500 amounting to a 13.99 Lawtey. Stated: "As your Florida, State manager of Lafayette, Marion, Nassau,
requirements and regulations. Ralph Bryan told the percent addition by Clerk School Board member I am Telephone Co. Suwannee, Union,and parts of
A total of 450 lines
During the year the com- assembled department heads Gilbert S. Brown raises his pleased and proud of the scheduled for new the Starke are Clay, Levy Putnam, and
who there for the accomplishments made Taylor. It is the same
missioners adopted five were pur- total to $110,000 up from Lawtey and geographical
SCHOOL standardized ordinances pose of speaking up for the $96,500 last year.Supervisor throughout the entire school exchanges. These Kingsley lines Lake area as in Sen. Bob
applying to new building amounts requested.The of Elections system. With the continued will Saunders' District 5.
construction, plumbing, budget of the Bradford Jeneva M, Flynn is asking support and cooperation of the service customers approximately because of 800 Rep. MacKay was elected to Rep Buddy MacKayBob
electrical and gas in- County Sheriff's Departmentis $26,000 up $7,700 over last people of Bradford County lines. party the Florida House of Representatives Saunders D-Gainesville( )
openingsfor stallations, all connected with requesting an 18.84 percent year's $18,300 an increase of hopefully, our school systemcan Starke in 1968, representing and Williams in the past
construction in increase from $151,183 last most of which is make bigger strides and company Manager Alachua and Maion
new building 42 percent, to Gerald Williams estimatesthat continue to have effective representation
the county. year to $179,675 beginning provide for the addition of a greater accomplishments in Counties. He has won recognition Tallahassee.
2 40 per cent of orders will in
infant Enforcement of the building October I, 1974. full time deputy supervisor the future Married to the be private lines while another both from his colleaguesin
codes to be administered by "This is not an inflated Emily Elliot from the State former JoAnn Bullard of 30 cent the House and the press as "In the weeks ahead"
children the county through the newly budget. I have not raised the Manpower Commission madea Jacksonville, they have two lines per and the request remainder two-party an outstanding member of the !MacKay\ added, "I plan to
with the of children of school age. Ownerof are As chairman of the of the counties in
created office of the zoning figures expectation plea for the inclusion of serviced by multi-party lines. House. visit each
director made it necessary to having them cut. The amount $7,500 in the commissioner'snew the Starke Plaza Barber and Governmental Operations this District and familiarize
openingsfor employ the services ofa requested is the amount that I budget, as well as the Shop and also operator of the installers Company are now contract to Committee MacKay was a myself with their problems."
building inspector. The really need," Sheriff Dolph sponsorship of the com- Wishbone Fried Chicken food working leader in efforts to reorganizeand
ready the new lines for
building inspector is required Reddish told the com- missioners in underwritingthe franchise, both located in customers.The new reform the Public Service MacKay was born and
6 missioners. Starke. Commission. He has also been raised in Maion County where
make total
to periodic inspections sum of $60,000 to
childrentwo entire backlog of orderson
oJ'all the new construction "Bradford County has one provide for the operation of a -Patricia (Pat) Spcngler, the )0-name) waiting list active on behalf of educationand lie now lives with his wife
and upIf projects within the county and of the lowest per capita costson child day care center 48; a 20-year resident of should be completed within insurance rate reduc- Anne and three sons. A
record of in the Bradford County and a former tions. graduate of the University of
to enforce th different building any county proposed to be set up and the next two months Russell
codes as adopted by the state for law enforcement," operated at the RJE High business woman, having said. "It is essential," MacKaysays Florida, MacKay is a lawyer,
commissioners. Reddish said. He then went on School. The facility will operated the Starke Credit "that the 6th District so citrus grower. and
In addition, 400 more lines
Interested Zoning Director L.M. to cite the $400,000 budget of provide day time care for Bureau for 14 years before will be installed in the system well represented by Senator businessman.

Gaines in supporting his the Okeechobee County about 50 children, ages 2-5, of selling out in 1967.! Directly around the first of the year,
Inquire associated with the
request for additional funds Sheriff's Department which working mothers in the lower school Hussell states.
At also said that the work load of has a population comparableto income group. system for five years as ateacher's Along with more lines and Serving Florida
his office is expected to increase that of Bradford County. Sally Nelson, executive aide at Bradford terminals, more "trunks"
during the coming year The proposed budget of the director of the CUBB agency Middle School. In stating her (operator lines) are scheduledfor Since 1950
!because of further con- Bradford County Volunteer requested the sum of $12,000for reasons for running for this installation
to the
202 Thompson St. solidation of the county's Fire Department is the continued operation of office she says: "In the last 20 increased number carry of long !ol'lJa [(Jl'tltlUng Service, .!}nc.
I have shown interest ..
39 in- years my
/oning. The present plans for requesting a percent the "Headstart" program.Mrs. distance and information calls
'across From Hall his olfice is to work toward a crease from $6,466 to $8,991. Nelson said that a like in the youth by working along with other services : '1"
City ) board for the A flat 10 percent increase with many of them on a "l
single county amount is being requested of supplied by operators.The ':. .. 0,1, CordiallyWelcomes
volunteer basis such .J r..
from $18.900 to $20,790 is and each as : : '
Clay county, $6,000
trunk lines
requested by the Public from Baker and Union starting the Girl Scouts here being installed new should cover now Mrs. Carolyn"lh I ,,I',nil
JULY LibraryThe counties to support the and working with them for 11 W/' ; /(
growth through 1975, with Eaves : 1'1<
I have held officein ,
proposal of Bobby L. program which has an years. every additions
more planned to
AJI Taylor County Extension enrollment of 54 children, who the PTA from president on anticipate growth in 1976. RepresentativePh.
Director calls for an increase are cared for 5 days a week. down; also chapter chairmanof Staying ahead of demand is You and Your
the of Dimes
March for 12
LUMBEINo R 964.5812
years, during which time a problem with the fast Family To Your

--. IEE( [ [ lf ShaivHeads. have many received children medical in our county help. growth periencing.the county is ex 613 S. Colley Rd. New Home

2 Vel:low Pine (From Page I 1) Also worked for youth in- Eighteen months to two
(CTCtLE( fi fc'Ktttf: volved in the First Methodist years is required for StarkeThe
counts in past due water bills manufacture and installationof State C>If f FloridaYou
2In.1 . .. .eat'h..88c which now amounts to $2,615. Church of Starke. I have a the equipment, therefore,
PRESENTSUflLI great deal of respect for Mr.
H.A. Lawson who has served commercial forecasts of It Is Our Desire To Make Feel Welcome
2110. . eudl 1.28 The water meters are to be growth are required far in andh
for the board for long and so
(!( ( [{ read on the 19th, 20th and 21st so advance. TO Acquaint You Witl Your City.
well, but feel I have somethingto
.1.11. . . earli 1.85 day of each month, the billingsto offer the educational Williams estimates
V a:[( be placed in the mails on the customer increase last year at
2,1,16. . tOuch '2.06 last day of the month to be system of the county, and, if around nine per cent with a 12 II you are new In the area, a i I phone call
fellow
citizens,decideto
you my
FOR THE FIRST TIME received by the customer on per cent increase predictedfor will bring you a prompt visit from yo ur local hostess
elect I
2 1.18. each '2.56Particle me promise my
. the 1st. The procedure this year.
interests will be as they have
COUNTRY MUSIC'S BEST authorizes the meter reader to Please give .. her a call!
always been-the children of
PlywoodI Board disconnect the water supply to the FOIl SALE:: Notebooks,
6 Night a Week any customer who has not county :Memo' pads, envelopes, She has maps and many free an(i wonderful
I -Harold E. Waters, 35
2X4X8-4-PLY 5/8X4X8, ,
FMtyrinj Omit Artist: paid the account after the first markers adding machine and for ,
County Commission, Dist. 4: gifts you from local bus messesjffff
-MEET:; SS..BS SHEET S4.OD Linda AmersonFri. of the month billing. To be reconnected resides on Carl Johns Road cash reg. paper. The Office rf
the
customer will
Shop.
east of Hampton, and a second
..... Sat Night be required to pay the past time contender for a seat on
SHEET I ROCK Only S 1.00 Cover Chart* due account and the current the commission. A former

From 9 PM-2 AM billing.At resident of Lake Butler he

I 1/2x1x12/ . .sheet *3.30L. graduated from Union County
the request of Dr. Bill High School in 1957, and is 'rci
at Bobby'sHideaway Lennon the council agreed to employed by Hudson Pulp &
( I till m/1/ <(:. I tit in' consider the inclusion of the Paper Co. of Palatka for the :

LONGCtBuilding 1RMP5lafcerials amount of $1,200 in the next past 17 years. Married to the
annual budget for the treat- former Alice Faye !Newman; of _
ment of mental health Starke, they have three school
IV I 301 North-Waldo patients in Lake Butler. age children.

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July 18. 197.. TELEGRAPH Page 11




Blackout" Intentional DC School Spending Bill Totals Record I


beginning The City at of 12:23 Starke: a.m.was Sunday dark, dark, July, dark for a four hour period

"No, it wasn't a power( failure. it 'm
was i
!
intentional i "
explained George said Graudons, Power Plant. Superintendent? blackout' LAKE BUTLER The a cost of living increase in of schools as follows: Lake has been eliminated by the -Approved Accreditation with a bachelor's degree.
Graudon's for that the time l d beenunle' Union County School Board salaries comparable to the Butler Elementary, grades K- new designations Standards as recommendedby --Designated the Charter
consideration the best quite some aShutdownust, ? a matter of: has adopted a recorded an- rapidly increasing inflationrate 3, Lake Butler Middle School, Authorized) three coursesto the State Department of Bank of Gainesville as the
selecting Is time to get the job done. nual school budget for 1974-75: Cason said.In grades 4-8, Union County High be offered for credit as Education. depository for $300,000 In
The job the called "splitting the bus" in electrical terms wWchhave totaling $1,976,364.Approval ( other matters consideredby and Union County Adult High, summer school courses at -Approved a new instructional school l construction funds for a
involved rewiring of some of the city's en ines. was given to Supt. the board at the regular grades 912. The former designation Union County High School : salary schedule period of !lJU)() days. The bank
The re-wirlng job was completed and the city's power restored Jimmy Cason's record tenta- meeting Tuesday, July 9: of Lake Butler Intermediate American History I, English 1 providing a base salary of submitted a high bid of 9.212
abut 4:30
at ( : a.m. tive budget at a carry-over -Approved the designation School, grades 3.4 and Driver Education $11.000 for beginning teachers per cent.
"It will really Improve the system and will work and study session of the
go a long In
preventing some of the temporary way school board
short duration blackouts that on Wednesday,

we experienced it "committee in the past," Graudon said July 10, after having first been School Budget <( Calling a "
meeting, alll five presented at the regular
city
met at 10:30: a.m. last Thursday, commissioners! session of the board "This budget has less locIf of Florida on or before August
of
July 11. to discuss the on II. A. Lawson Hall have the value continuing
blackout Rodney ,
and schedule to "
and whether or not to( publicize it before hand. Tuesday, July 9 budget salary taxes," Temple stressed 1. That's the key to it, the contract salaries restored.
Deciding the fewer Chairman Seeber Goodman, school board be
the Supt. it
who knew about the blackout is raised let reiterated.In .
before Nina I of millage superintendent
hand the less trouble would pproval the budgetwill Blaine Thompson, and Art Temple stated once again that the Previous salary schedules had
result the commission's action not be made until state. explaining the newest
was to meet a public the reflected a larger pay jump
notifying the and privately without Holliday. the "school board has gotten to the budget is that and latest salary schedule to
press to notify some local hearing has been held. The In what he "Key when teachers reached
Saturday morning so businessmen introducing lots of static about a millage will\ be set by the State the full of assembled
they could be on guard, if they wished, board set Tuesday, July 30, at termed his first revision of the rollback. millage room continuing contract (CO)
during the blackout 8 p.m. as the date and time for teachers, administrators, and status after three years in the
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the public hearing. A non-instructional personnel
county school system.
I With a 16 percent increasein Air MaintenanceNow Temple told the teachers: Newest salary schedule,
Union Co.RacesOff Conditioning
And Runnin assessment values on the "I 1 know a lot of people in prepared Monday by Supt.
b 1974 tax roll, the new budget this room are concerned about Temple and his staff and Mrs.
LAKE: BUTLER With the find Robert J. ( JAn.d'l'son. provides a reduction from the the salary schedule. I want Louise Koren, Bradford
Bobby)
exception of School Board former 10( mill rate of last yearto Under ConsiderationA you to know we tried. The Education President, showed
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Member Donald G. Dukes, all Archie (demons has a tentative rate of 6.929 money is just not available. $605( raises for CC personnel,
of the incumbent county qualified to run against incumbent mills. $54,000 maintenance con problem is solved?" asked maintain county equipment. Temple noted the state'slatest but it delayed to the fourth
commissioner and school J. Kclton Smith for Supt. Cason said that after tract has been taken under ad Bill Graudon, former school "Johnson's bid seems reasonable estimate of $4,058,205, year (CC-4)) to give the usual
board( members had qualifiedfor the District 4 seat Smith is the the linal figures have been visement by a Bradford electrician and air conditioning ." Brown added. received by him Monday July CC jump which on the 1973-74
re-election through noon present chairman. of the received from the state that a School Board still lacking technician. "However, you are asking 15, includes total new moniesof salary schedule would have
Wednesday, July 17. Commissioner board. further reduction in the assurance that the expenditure "That unit has not worked them to do menial tasks which $415,439. Subtracting been worth an additional $735.In .
Incumbent School Board Candidates toll have until millage rate could perhaps be will solve air conditioning properly since it was put in," your own men should do." certain expenditures from the 1974-75 year there are
Member Thomas G. Mobley Tuesday. July 2:1: at 12 noon( to made. and heating problems."We Graudon added. $415,921 : prior year adjust- nine instructional personnel to
qualified for re-election to( quality for any of the live For each $100 in anticipated want somebody that's Turknett continued to insist What they listed under the ment $70,921, 237 loan $22,000, be on the CC-3 status and
the District I seat. seats in 'ontention. receipts $73.29 will be going to tell us answers," that maintenance caused the contract includes changing staff development $23,000 elementary missing the additional in-
Tin District School Board 3 provided by the state compared Rodney Hall, a board mem- problems now plaguing the filters and cleaning tasks counselors $6,000, creases they would have
post is still open.Incumbent farm :Market Important to $7.40 in local taxes; ber, said in frustration duringthe Middle School."I which could easily be done by occupational specialist Increase gotten last year, plus the
Kay Powell will A substantial part of the racing commission funds course of a July 11 special was working in the county maintenance people $7,000, and transportation across the board raise on top
he opposed by Pamela Bolles average workc-r's paycheck $9.28! ; lederal funds $3.49; meeting. Middle School when it openedand he said. cost increases $60,000, a of that.
Thomas for the District 5 slot. comps from snips to farmers. school lunch program $3.25 "I agree," said consulting that unit never did work total of $188,921 to be "I'm one of those nine. We
Both candidates have Each year U.S. farmers pur- und $3.29 is provided by a cash engineer Roy Turknett. right," said Mrs. Pat Johnson has previously deducted. Temple said he had are being penalized," said
qimlificd. chase more than $40 billion carryover from the previous Hall asked why the board is Spengler, former BMS aide. been paid over $18.000( for $226,518 left in uncommittednew Hampton Elementary
In the two seats tor the worth of equipment and sup- budget. being asked to spend $20,000 No complaints were working on the unit at the monies.Of Teacher Carole Shields ad-
county commission the plies to be used in their pro- On the expenditure side of when Turknett cannot say that received in those three years, roundhouse which controls the the new money, Templesaid mitting she was "emotionallyupset.
District 2 post is in contention duction of food and fiber. the budget over half of the the problems would be solvedby Turknett said. Middle School air. his commitment of 75 ."
I hy incumbent Gerald Griffis the They market create nearly 20'; of total will be for instructional the expenditure. In response to a question, percent of new monies Teachers going onto CC
for all basic industries
in the nation. purposes.For Turknett and the Johnson'sService Richard Jockel, former BMS "I do think and the architect remaining available, $226,518 status next term expect the
each $100 in the Co. representative principal said "Oh, yes there thinks, that you need to have "a came to $169,889.! He pointedout usual value to be placed on
proposed expenditures $52.34 agreed that maintenance were complaints." maintenance program that the salary and that status Mrs. Shields
is bur instruction; $8.99 for would help the air con When questioned about the Walrath said. "You should benefits package totals explained. That's what
DeWitf C. Jones lixed charges; $6.98 for the ditioning but overcrowdingwould scarcity of bids, Frank enter into an "agreement with $242,814 which exceeds the 75 teachers stay in the county
school! lunch program; $10.10 not allow the buildingsto Walrath told the board that these people, Walrath said. percent commitment figure of and work for, she added,
for operation and maintenance cool sufficiently. Johnson's Service is the only $169,889 by $72,925.: telling Supt. Temple "It's a
Funeral Home of school buildings; Johnson's Service was the company in this area which is "In all respect to 1lr.TUl'knett Some teachers, however, matter of where you place
$fi.1\1! for administration ; $3.64 only bidder pn the mainte- able to work on the variety of and Don Morgan, 1don't stated they were promised 75 your values." The school
STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL lor transportation; $5.37: for nance contract. The board units contained in the school believe 100 per cent of" percent of new monies; that ]board cannot expect to build a
conuniinrty-adultservices and received one bid of $20,000 to system. the problem is.maintenance nothing was said about taking quality school system withouta
HOSPITML BEDS. WALKERS WHEELCHAIRS special programs; $2.45: forcapital put equipment in top shape Local air conditioning tech Temple stated.As some items before teachers permanent stable faculty
CRUTCHES improvements; and and another for $34,000 which nician George Brown has discussion continued got 75 percent. she said.
S>(IMlor) ;: attendance and would pay for two years main- another version of why only Turknett stated that even if all There was clearly little Temple tried to point out
KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS health with bid received."It satisfaction for teachers or that teacher had
$3.29 being tenance by Johnson's exceptfor one was equipment was out in too condition every
retained in the reserve for whatever parts required. is impossible to deter- all cooling problems non-instructional personnel in received a $(>()5 increase and
PHONE 473-3176 ciMilingiMicies.The "How much does the school mine what it will cost to put all would not be solved.Overcrowding the new budget which contains that next year those nine CC-3
new budget provides for board intend to pay before this the air conditioning equip $3.8 million in total salaries teachers would jump from
ment in top shape, and that's' of schools and benefits. Instructional $8,165 to $8,900 to CC4.
the reason I didn't bid" makes the units less than salaries and benefits total Teachers argued that next
"'.III"P (Ieuu) R .r' Jun.. 1974 State Bank No... .7(. Brown said. adequate for the population $2,938! 886; non-instructional year another salary schedule
Turknett said. $m>4OtG.)( be different.
He also told the board that might They were
PUBLISHER'S COPY Sawyer-Slade Air Conditioning The Middle School is emptynow Besides the salary increases concerned about the one up for
agreed that bidding the job and its still not cool personnel got hospitalization adoption Tuesday night
was impossible and did not reported Ken Young main- insurance benefits of $143 A teacher committee
Consolidated Report of Condition of" The..Cotnmunjty.tatp..Bd4.k..0.f.tdrke; \ : .................................................." tenance coordinator. each. Those on the Florida working on recommendationsfor
bid."What you're calling: for is Walrath explained that an Retirement System will also the salary schedule
of.tarke. in the State of ..FJOrida .. ..... .............and Domestic Sub8idiarl at the close of not what you need," Brown automatic cut otf may be have five per cent additionaltake wanted more money for experienced -
continued.At causing the unit to turn off too home pay after January teachers said Mrs.
busines8 on 'wN 3..0 1914.1 ..,19 this point Temple asked early and not let the temperature when the school board picksup Mary Agnes Ferguson South-
Brown if he would be available drop. their half, and pays all, of side Elementary kindergarten
to do work for the county. With nothing resolved the their retirement benefits. instructor and BEA secretary.
ASSETS DoUAU Cm' Brown offered to negotiatewith matter was tabled for further Teachers present Tuesday "A lot ol people are quite

1. Cuh and due from banks (Including X posted debits ... .. ... .... ....... ...... ... .. .. .. .... J '.. .4b: 5: !. 1 the board to fix and evaluation and later action. night had to spend most of the disturbed" she said.
2.Ca( ) U.S. Treasury eecurltiee ,1.629,804.33 ( Total (item, .axe ..JIU..JWI..u.. two-hour meeting fighting to
(b) Obligation of Federal Financing Bank 'X ((2a( ) k (Cb) ) = .. ... i 629.. .8Q4., ..33. 2
Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations . .. ... ............................... ............ .. .. . .. X. .. S An Equal Opportunity Employer
4. Obligations or States and political subdivisions .. ...... .. ........................ ........ .... 683. 106. 22 4 e
5. Other .euritlee (including X corporate stocks) .. .. .... .................... ............ ..... .. .. . 5
8. Trading account aecuritiee ...... ... ..... ................................... .. .. .. . 6T
Federal funds sold and eeuritiee purchased under agreements to r..11 .. ....... ..... ...... .....................,................... Z7S' 000 00 7e.
Other loana. .. ...... .. ........... ................................ .. .3 204. .. 141... 00. 8
9. Bank premi.ee, furnlture and tixturee, and other meets representing bank premleee ......... ... ......... ........... ... .8.3. 957.. 92 9
10. Red estate owned other than bank premlaee .. .... .. .... ... ................. ..... ....... ... x. .. 10
11 Iftv..tm.nta In eubaidiaria not consolidated .. .. ..... ....... ........,.... .. .......... .... .. .X 11
12. C\I8tomer'a liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding .. .... ......... .......................... ....... .. 12
13. Other a..ete (Item 6 of "Other A.seta") (including X direct lease financing)._ _8T' .7;...;3'.::::- _80 18
14. TOTAL ASSETS .. . ......... .............................. .. _.f3 .. .- Aa3. u Sometimes we see red.

LIABILITIES I I

15. Demand deposita ollndivlduala, partnerships. and corporations .. .. .. .. .. ... 2 365 .347"22 15
18. Time and .viniB deposita 01 IlIdividualB. partnerships, and corporations .. ... .. ... ... .............. .. 2 545, 137' .. 79' 18
11. Deposlte or United States Government .. ....... .. .. ... 843' 76 11
18. Deposita of Stat. and political sl&bdiviaionB ............ .. .. . \146. .58..44. 18
19. Deposita of foreign governments and otrlcial institutions .. .... ..... .. . 19 It doesn't make us angry though. We year. In these inflationary times this can
20. Deposita 01 commercial" banks . ... ... .. X .. 20 know that it's just part of the telephone mean that our rate increase can be
21. Certified and officers' checks" etc. .... .. .. .41. 9S8. 71.1 21
? business. You see telephone eaten before we ever it. In fact
22:! TOTAL DEPOSITS 5,651 ,8459 xxx xxx xxx xx 22 your up get
(U) Total demand depooir. Z.624.204.70 XXI& xxx I&XX xx Ca) company is a regulated utility. This we may even be in a worse position
(Cb) Total time alld ..vinp deposita $3,02.7,641..22 "' 1&.1& I&XX xx Cb)
23. Federal funda purchased and .curltiea Bold under agreements to repurchase .. ....... ........ ...... .. .... .... .. .. 23 means, among other things, that when after the increase than we were whenwe
24. Other liabilities for borrowed money ... .. ............. ..... .. .. . .. 24 we need to raise our prices, we have to began. But as we say seeing reddoesn't
25. Mortgage Indebtedn_ ............. ................ ..... . 25
28. Accaptancaa .xecuted by or for account of this bank and outstanding .... .. ....... ..... ....,................... .. X" 28 first request a rate increase from the make us angry. It's just a part of
21. Other liabilities ... ....... ................. 077' :48;:'- 21 state regulatory commission. If we the telephone business-a part that sets
28. TOTAL LIABILITIES ... .............................. .. _5-_' 28
29. MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES ..... .... ....... .................. 29 deserve the increase we'll probably get us apart from the average business.
it. But the whole process can take a We thought you'd like to know.Florida .
RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES

30. Reeerv for bad debt loses on loans (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service rulinp) .................. .... ... ..... 44. .409. lQ 30
31. Other reservea on bane . .... .. .................. .. ... .... . X 31
32. R..rvea .. .. ... ........................ .. -.v-_ 32
on securities
33. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES .... . ... ... .................. .... .... --44-.4Cl-.lLl.! 33. (G E

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS

34. Capital not. and debentures . .......... .......................... .. .. .X? 34 State .
(specify Interest rate and maturity or each 1..1& outstanding)
35. total .. ............. ............................. ... 499 706 58 35
38. Equity Preferred capital.todl-tolal par value .. .. ... .. ....................... ...... ..... ----v--. . 88No. Telephone CompanyA

31. Common( aharee stock.total outstanding par value ) ..... .. .... ............................... .. ... 1 00 ..000. 00 31 Member of Continental Telephone System
No. ahane authorized 2000. ) (CNo. sharea outstanding 2000 )
38. ( ....... ........... .................................. .. .. ... 3Z0 .. .00 38
39. Surplus Undivided .. .. ..... ........ ................................ .. ..... .. .. ..1'i .. ..7 y6. ..58 39
40. Reserv. proAts and other capital reaer.ea ......... .. ... ... ...................... .... .. 40 ,
41. for contingendee .. ... .... ... ... ................ .. 9.. rni: I'Q' 41 1l\f';"" p. ") F' >'X.", ,',', ;,
42. TOTAL TOTAL LIABILITIES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ... .. .. ... .. .. ....... .. .. -.J 575 nYa nIf 42 ";kt.;'7gC /:,' ";'f-'bu., ,<,

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MEMORANDA "' .,.X' "t'. "

1. for the 15 calendar days ending with call date .. ..... ... ...... ...... .... .. .. 724 164 56 1 .
2. Average'' 01 total total d.posita for the 16 calendar day, ending with call date .. .... ........ .. ,; 214..554.. 84 2 AV.
3. Averag.Unearned' of discount toana Oft hutalm.nt loans Included 1ft total capital accol&nta .. ... .. .. ... ..... ..... .... ........ .. .. .... X. 3 V ,

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Rep. Frank Williams Seeks 2nd Term I

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Flaglcr Beach, Marco Polo ...
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Park, and visited In Seville Rep. Frank Williams man legislator to serve on four Mason and Shriner, Keystone
Church of God: Sunday committees -- Finance Eastern Star, Bradford
By Elizabeth Terry and Barberville with relativesfor qualified last week as a 1,, 'a major
School 10 a.m. Worship Governmental Chamber of Commerce -
the past 10 days. candidate for the House of Representatives & Taxation, County
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Operations, Health & Clay County Chamberof
Lane Carter District 25 seat
and :Mrs. Arlie Mrs. Mae Wells, went to
YPE and Prayer Meeting prenIS.11': Rehabilitative Services, and Commerce, Charter
Macclenny nursing Home and family, of Gainesville, he has held for the past two
Saturday at 7:30.: Dobbs. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles .. the Select Committee on member volunteer fire
Church and :Mrs. P.M. Day, of Sunday afternoon and servedice years.
Faith Baptist :Mr. Carter and family Military and Veterans Affairs.As department Keystone
were
Radio Program over WPXK Cedar Key, were Monday cream and cake, Heights Rotary Club, ElksLodgl'
dinner that he
Miss EnzaBalnchard's Sunday guests of their Williams said a civic and community
their celebrating
Starke, 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible overnight guests of 86th birthday.The mother, Mrs. Lois Carter. planned to continue to work leader Williams Is past past president of
School 10 a.m.. Worship brother-in-law and sister, Mr.and CUBU Inc. Williams is also
it Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne for economy in government, president of the Bradford
other enjoyed
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. :Mrs. Hubert Priest. patients the only Honorary Member of
Charles with her.Ralph. and family, Linda Denman, of tax relief, no new taxes, County Fair, Past Com-
and :Mrs.
School on Bible Doctrine :Mr. the North Florida Bass
Green Cove crime
Springs, Denise education, mander American Legion
Black
Futch of quality
,
of Jacksonville,
Tuesday at Pastor's home. Steinhouser. Masters in Orange Park.
Thursday afternoonwith Mountain, N.C. was a dinner Hardee, Joseph and Nora control, tri-county economic Post 56, Past president of
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, spent Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders guest of his aunt Miss Starling, of Highland, and growth, law reform, servicesto Jaycees, past president
Bible
7:30: p.m. Study. Elizabeth:; Terry, Tuesday and Johnny Holmes, of Cross City, senior citizens, a practical Bradford County Children'sCommittee
Grace United Methodist Edith Swinney. and Saturday. Ralph is sub- gathered at the home of Mrs. environmental policy, and Scotish Kite Union Inmate
Church School 9:45 Mrs.
Sunday :
and Adam North, of stituting for his nephew, Steve Carolyn Holmes and family, individual citizens rights.
Leslie
Service 11 a.m.
a.m., Worship
Sunday afternoon to of the items men-
Futch Jones l"uneralHome, help "Many
Wednesday night Choir Jacksonville, visited' her at Escapes FridayUnion
United Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Starke, for two weeks. Mr. Sheila Holmes celebrate her tioned above were part of my 2 FFA'ersAt
Practice 7 parents.
p.m.
13th birthday. They served and are the typeof
and and Mrs. Benton Futch, Steve 1972 platform
Methodist Youth Fellowship Robertson, on Monday ,
cake and ice have to continue ;
for cream. things you Correctional Institute
and Eve left Monday a 1'
Sermon for Thursday.Mrs. O'LenoHIGH
7:30 Topic "
: p.m. Mrs. Julia Hall of after ,
next week, "Freedom from Paul Lock and children visit with their brotherinlawand working at year year officials reported an escaped
drove to Hanover, Ind. on sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville, Mrs. Robert said Williams. For examplehe inmate late Friday afternoon.
Fear. for visit with her Rolph Fachtmann, of Japan. McClellan and son Jeff, of said the state imposed no that my constituents have a SPRINGS Two Missing from his job as a
Highland Baptist Church June 25 relatives a and friends.Mr. They plan to come home July Starke. and Mrs. R.H. Futch new taxes while he was in the right to know what theirrepresentative's Bradford County Future trustee is 30-year-old Wesley
School 9:45 ,
: a.m.
Sunday parents
dinner of her and additional Farmers of America
were guests son- an financial are
legislature ,
of Hawaii. Britton who was serving a 15-
3rd 24 by
by
Lock went July way
Morning Service 11 a.m., and home with Mr. and Mrs. Olin Baxley in-law and daughter, Mr. and $5HIO( Homestead Exemptionwas situations and business attending the 40th Annual year sentence out of a
Choir Practice 6:30: p.m. plane came arrived on and family, of Middleburg, Mrs. Les McClellan. Other granted to SeniorCitizen's. dealing are so that any con- Forestry Training tramp at Broward County court for
Evening Service 7:30.:: Prayer them. They and a were Saturday evening dinner guests during the day were flict of interest can easily be O'Leno State Park, the weekof breaking and entering, of-
Meeting Wednesday, 7:30: Thursday night report "
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence He 14-19 1974.Hepresenting .
wonderful time.Mr. guests of their brother and spotted. went on to say July ficials said.Britton .
p.m.Northside Mr. and Mrs. Rhoden and Mrs. Mabel Also as other major accomplishments that he hopes all of his opponents their FFA
Hermie Kelly sister-in-law
and Mrs.
Baptist Church Williams is described as awhile
Rhoden, of Jacksonville, and will bare their incometax Chapters are: Charles
Sunday School 10 a.m.. and the Wendell Kellys wentto Gene Mr. Taylor.and Mrs. Carl Norman Vickie, Donald and Randall sighted more state dollars for returns to the public. Ferguson, Starke and Jack male, 5' (n", weitzhins
Worship Services 11 a.m. and St. Augustine on Wed- and !Mrs. Darlene Reddish of the State Farm the school system, the rein- "The main thrust in the next Parrish, Lake Butler. approximately 170 poundswith

7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting nesday. and sons,and sons, went to Mrs. Lois Carter and Mrs. statement of capital punish- two years will be in the area of The camp, operated by the a medium build. Britton
Wednesday at 7:30.: Friends of Mrs Bill Gaskins Norman the encouragement of has several scars that mightbe
Charles Carter and daughter, ment, finance and taxation, said Division of Forestry, Florida
regret to learn that she is a visited their aunt, Miss industry and business to Williams. In the 1974 session Department of Agricultureand used as identifying marks,

LAWTEY LOCALSMr. patient in Bradford County Debbie Phillips, on Wed- locate in District 25, obtaining Williams introduced a tough Consumer Services, is the with scars on his nose, the
Hospital, Starke. Our love and BROOKERIN nesday afternoon, at Mac- appropriations to continue advalorum tax millage roll nation's largest and oldest in center of his forehead, and

and Mrs. Jack Kuhne prayers are with her. clenny. research in the love bug back bill. If the bill had passedit which forest conservation and two scars on his right jaw.
and family were Sunday Miss Elizabeth Terry was a John Cowan, and Miss eradication program, ob- would have rolled the management are taught to Britton has relatives in the

dinner guests of their parents, guest of her sister of Gainesville, Mrs. C.E., BRIEFBy Robin Ray, of Jacksonville, taining appropriations to millage back in proportion to agriculture-education ( Vo- Ft. Lauderdale area and it is
Strickland,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Neusom, of Another spent Sunday with his grand- combat water hyacynths in the increase in new Ag) students. believed by officials that he ,
Chiefland. While there they Tuesday Thursday. Futch Jeannette Prescott parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.F. public waters,a one stop voter assessments so that the individual The students receive in- may be headed in the direction .'}
celebrated the birthday of sister. Mrs. Joyce Robertson.Mr. registration system, a close tax bills would have struction in such courses as of Ft. Lauderdale or

their sister, Mrs. William came by Thursday Mr.from and a SOFTBALL( NEWSBrooker and Mrs. Johnny working relationship with been virtually the same dollar forest fire control, reforestation Miami. The escapee is not J.
with cousins,
Mobley. visit beat Smith & Aguiar, of Jacksonville, were local governments and amount as the year before. urban forestry and wild- thought to be in this area,
Oak
Moore of Live ,
Carl
,
Mrs.
Sunday afternoon guests of staying close to the people by The the life but prison officials said Tuesday.
Karen and Manuel Martinez and Mrs. Carl Kirtsinger, of Brown on July 1 in a close measure passed management ample
of Fort Worth, Texas, Chattahoochee, and her sister, game that ended 1211. their brother and sis-in-law, maintaining a full-time House but was later killed in time is belt for traditional Anyone seeing Britton is I
of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor- District office as well as activities such urged to contact the nearest
several weeks camping as
are spending Mrs. J.P. Wyrick, and had Trailing! by four runs in the 7th the Senate.
their vacation with their dinner with them. Miss Terry inning, Brooker pulled it out man. several branch offices swimming, sports, movies local law enforcement
Rev. and Mrs. W.O. Mathis throughout the District. Williams was the only fresh- and agency.
parents, Mr. and Mrs Robert returned home with her. with some timely hits by Gary special programs.
E. Lee. and Melvin, Bob Dyal, and Henry of Middleburg, were Sunday Williams had a perfect .
Bill Wolfe
Mr. and Mrs. -------------------- --------
Mrs. Horace Cox, of Waldo, their Harrell. Harrell rapped a afternoon guests of Mr. and attendance record as a
Dan, came by on
spent Thursday with her son. home from the weddingof double scoring two runs. Mrs. Les McClellan.Mr. member of the Legislaturewhich VOTE FOR
way and Mrs. Keith consisted of five ((5)
mother, Mrs. P.L. Dinkins. their Robert in Melvin and Dyal each went 3 Taylor,
While here they visited Mr. Wilmington,son De., and were forI at the plate. Brooker of Lexington, Ind., spent the regular and special sessions.
Carl Prevail and weekend with their brotherinlaw He was particularly proud .1 i
and Mrs of collected 17 hits in the high
carried them some Friday overnight guests contest. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. that the figures from the Clerkof !: '
mother, Mrs. Hester scoring
their
homemade candy. {Hicks, and the Glen Shufords. Brooker lost to Baldwin Paul Lock, and family. tatives the indicate House of that Represen-he votedon ,. *" 'c"; ;\
Retirement ceremonieswere I
8, 1510.
Misses Debbie and Jackie Chevrolet on July .
held at the Naval Base at McConnell, of Jacksonville, Henry Harrell and Billy 99.89 percent of the $ I
,
which before 1
Mayport( on Tuesday, July 9, were dinner guests of Mr. and Bigham went 3 for 4 at the measures came
Chief O. BEEF STEWConvenient the House for passage,
for Senior Barry
Mrs. Donald Wilkison on plate. Robert McRaney and ---
of Naval missing only two votes during FOR MEMBER OF d
Watts, after 27 years Sunday.They attended church Joe Robinson collected 2 hits
the five regular and special
Service. Officers presentedhim services and also jail services each. Brooker rapped 15 base .1
with his retirement with them while here. hits, including a double by sessions.

papers. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Tye flewto Harrell. Williams recently made SCHOOL BOARDDISTRICT ;
Miss Marion Lane, of Kansas City, Mo., duringthe DeliciousATLANTA public his 1973 Federal In-
Jacksonville, was a weekend Fourth of July holidays fora SCHOOL NEWS come Tax Return, which 1
1i
guest of Miss Arthurine visit with their father, C.A. Due to lack of funds, the -According to a shows he paid $852.00 on his A i

Blanchard.Mr. Tye, and other relatives. swimming and recreation rough estimate of the United $12,000 income His only other I 5
and Mrs. Virgil Griffis Mrs. Marian Hall[ of programs have been cut back States Department of Agriculture income was a 10 percent

and family, and Mrs. Maines Jacksonville. Beach, and Mrs. one week. Both programs will (USDA), 25 per cent of a disability pension from the
Griffis and children, of Cora Hodges, of Macclenny, end August 2. Students may carcass of beef will be ground U.S. Army. He also disclosedthat a

Palatka, were Fourth of July .w ere Tuesday dinner guests of still register for the recreation beef and stewing meat. he is now a licensed Family man with three school age children r:
dinner guests of their mother, their sister, Mrs. Hester program, which is held Most of us know how to use mortgage broker and is
and Businessman
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson sister Hicks and the Glen Shufords.Mrs. Monday, Wednesday, and ground beef, but making beef associated with Florida Title Farmer I''

Mrs. Daisy Boch and Lynn. J.C. Tye, Sr., spent the Friday for grades 1 to 6, from stew is another matter. And and Mortgage Company as I promise to handle situations and problems of the school boardto
Lynn went surf fishing with week with their son-in-law and 4 to 6 p.m. Mr. Williams is still knowing how is important at assistant vice president.
Pete Combs, of Jacksonville, daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Tom trying to get a program the moment because USDA's Williams supported the the best of my ability. ,

at Fernandina.Mr. Talley, and new son, of South started for teenagers Tuesdayand Agricultural Marketing meaningful financial '
and Mrs. James Anders Service lAMS disclosure bill which passedthe / Will Vote and
Daytona. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Thursday. ( ) says that right Appreciate Your Support.

and family, of Palatka, spent Tye, Jr., visited them while Parents' of school age now is a good time to buy beef. 1974 Legislature. "I feel -- .. ". ---
Saturday with their parents, she 'was there. children who did not attend AMS says beef output is expected -
:Mr. and Mrs O.J. Anders. Mrs. Jack Kuhne, Mrs. Bill Brooker Elementary last to be up from last year mmmmmmRxmmmmmmmmmmmmmmBmmmmmmmGuaranty .. i

Their son, Owen, who spent Dobbs, Mrs. Henry Hodges, school term are encouraged to while retail prices have been '

the week with his grand-with Mrs. Kenneth Barfield, and register as soon as possible.PERSONALS dropping since February.Beef r. / Federal'sStarke's! I !
returned home .
parents,
Mrs. Sidney Harbin were stew is one of the best '. \
them. hostesses for a double bridal meals for serving convenience \
:Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. shower for !Miss Ann Starlingand Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Shafer of It contains meat, vege- Office

and their son and daughterin.law Miss Brenda Holmes, at Athens, Ga. visited her tables and potatoes, all in one i I
:Mr. and Mrs. Wendell brother-in-law and sister Mr. i
the Banquet Hall of First serving.To ;! ro
and of Lake
Kelly family Baptist Church. After playing and Mrs. Harry Manning, the make beef stew for 6:
Worth, spent most of the weekat games, the honorees opened weekend of the 4th. One-third cup unsifted flour f tr t

Lake.their cottage on Bedford their lovely gifts. There were Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hodge l',2 teaspoon salt :: t W :

Mr. and Mrs Hussell 40) guests present. Refresh- and children, with Mrs. I.IH teaspoon pepper wKD\
ments were cake and punch, Maggie Hodge and Carl were Pa Ibs. bonelless stew beef,
Hewitt, of Dukes, spent mints and peanuts. The color visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer cut into 1" cubes W
with their brother and
Friday scheme was pink, lavender Nettles and Kathy in Lake 2 tablespoons fat or oil I
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
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Ernest Hewitt. : Arthurine Blanchard, there they also visited Mr and 3 medium slices onions
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July 18. 197t TELEGRAPH Page 13


\\I & AH Dixie Youth Baseball TitleA



& bases loaded ground ball In the top of the first Coca brought home by Miller's line short stop, and Sullivan Smith's triple to center field
! !i resulted in three runs in the Cola's Doyce Griffis walked, drive to left field to give AH its walked home. and Smith scored on u
bottom of the sixth and gave went to second on a wild pitch, first run. Miller also advanced Coke broke the tie again in sacrifice. In the top of the
Athletic House a 13-12 win and was brought to third by Kary second( on a wild pitch, !stole the top of the third as Ricky sixth Coke was still swinginghot
F I the championship of the Padgett's grounder to short third, and game around with Edmondson hit a line drive to bats as Ricky Edmondson
I 1 1I 1Ii i f fL Starke Recreation Depart- stop and was scooted home by Dennis Bennett behind him on center field, and was brought bunted, and made a home run
+q ment's Dixie Youth Baseball Glen Gnann's double to left Kenny Massey's mishandled around on Padgett's for Coke on errors, as the ball
League last Thursday night at field, giving Coke a 1-0 lead. grounder to second, pulling mishandled fly to left field, was over thrown to first and
L Ii Iii t Pratt Street.In Padgett, on third, scored and All within one run, 34. giving Coke a 7-6 lead. third giving them a 11-8 lead
rI Gnann on second, advancedon Bedford's mishandled fly to Athletic House put them- Padgett scored another ,run
the bottom of the sixth. a wild pitch, making it 20. third enabled Massey to comein selves ahead in the bottom of for Coke on Gnann's hit to leftfield
Athletic House was behind 12- Kevin Griffis' fly ball to tying the score 4-4 as the the third, as Sullivan was l ending their last bat
I 8, Kevin Miller hit a ground center field brought Gnann inning ended on Teston's pop pushed in from walks and with 12-8.
ball to short stop, which was home, and an over thrown ball and to third. McBride's steal to home that In the bottom of the sixili
I mishandled by Coke's Ricky to catcher brought Griffis Coke broke the tie in the top gave All a 8-7 Lead.In and final inning, Athlete
Kdmondson. The ball traveledto home for a 4-0 in the top of the of the second as Doyce Griffis the fourth inning both House racked up live run-
first. and Kary Padgett scored two teams held each other to three two of which were scored mi
more runs being pushed in up and three down, but in the Sullivan's line drive to cend-i,
left field, then was over- In the bottom of the first, from walks for a 6-4 lead. lop if the fifth Coke broke another three scored 1111lIllcr's '
# AY U thrown to first and second Ricky Sullivan lead Athletic Athletic House tied the score loose, to score three more runs :\ grounder to shortstop
i : base causing Athletic House to House off as he was walked, again 6-6 in the bottom of the giving them a 10-8( lead. D. which was mishandledto
i I t score three runs for the Dixie and advanced to third base on second as Hubert Milam Griftis scored on Gnann's hit give Athletic House a t it: i u
1 o Youth title for 1974.! a wild pitch. Sullivan was scored on Bennett's hard hit to to second Padgett scored on championship game.
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Athletic House. Winners of the Dixie Youth Baseball Championship, lust Thursday night,
Bottom row 11(l-ri)r Mike VVhiffen. Dale Bedford, lUcky Sullivan. Hllhl'l't :Milum. Kcnnv The Dixie Youth Baseball a Batting Champion Ccilihcate.
Massey. Standing Uaynl'lcHridt': :Mike Teston. KevIn :Miller Dennis Bennett, Couch; ; ( Misses Cut teams held their annual :Mike .Jackson rccei\fd
Bobby Brown and Matt I.umly. r.t1 Baseball Swim Party. July 13.: the runner-up batting a\ r'r.It!>
I! Bill Adams Starke's 23-:

oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooc1REVIVAL ;Neyati.; a Girl Scout Camp on picot Cerlilicale also Mi,
year-old top golfer in North Khigsley Lake, with 84 at- I Davis also presented Team
L. Williams Florida, had a cool putter on
| f unfamiliar California tending. Spin tsmanship\ Certilic.iii-s
f greens "The party lasted Irom !9 l :sponsored li\ Starke l Dni \
last week and missed by just
a.in to 4:30:: p.m. and was ijiiccn. to I Dwayne :MrBndt i <01>l
| Wins BassTOllrnanlent three strokes making the cut enjoyed by all" Muted (Recreation Athletic 111I1I l'. Danny lid.
? to play in the finals of the
d. Director Randall 1 Davis.
bran ol Elks;
Kary I'adnrtt >01
July 18 21 | National Tournament Public Links in Championship Pasadena -- Alter the big cook-out ol Coke.' :Mike :\nd.'l'0'. '
hamburgers and hot dogs. Mr.
Southern' Discount, and :sieGritlis \<
" Calif. Davis bonded out awards to
1 ; of Fodci.d'
iliarant.v )
'',1' Lamar Williams is the ,Adams !shot a 77 in his the teams. Chub Johnson
GUEST SPEAKER of the 73-74 Bradford of in TIll''unll'n's( Recreation!
winner ) second day play
received' the Over-All League .\uillal'hll'I1I!>Ill'd' the iii l md
Bassmasters seasonal tournament W Pasadena and played par golf Sportsmanship trophy. Glenn: and ri'lrcslinionls lot :tinpliixers. ,
j REV. THOMAS BROWNFROM which was held July (1\\ I through nine holes. But hisputtl'r
Gnann received the IhghestButting t its coaches, i-hct( i
Jtt-- .
from 5 p.m. till 12 midnight, was missing more than
Average'l'rophy( withan leaders and ilia.
ALABAMA I according to [Neil; Crawlord.I usual and he lost the cut on the < everyone I :
averaue ol 4)11.) along with participated
I "The weather was a factorin linal two holes of play.
I the tournament, thunder "I lc was actually playing
Prayer For Sick I and lightning, with very little Coca (Cola second place champions in the Dixie Youth heautiful golf, but happened to
I rain," Crawford said. series. Bottom row (tI-r) Ricky Kdmondson\ Edward he a little of! that day." says First Baptist To Host
j The 73-74: season has been a Alilridge( Kevin Griffis. Doyce Griffis. Kary Padgett. Starke's S. G. Denmark who
great year for the bassmasters Standing (l-r) Coach Richard Odom. Raymond Ilillniun, Hew out to watch Adams playon
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\ Services At 7:30 lord stated the Bassmasters (il'iffis. next to the Hose Bowl David Tourney
Begin had several good bass fishermen Silcox from Starke also made -
join the club, also they the trip, lie and Adams stayed
AT The City of Starke has been played lor Croon :Maclnm)(
toUl'
had a gd tournament participation Mike Logsdon Scores Win after the tournament to
selected the site of the ,
as l Danny> :\ll'Kinl1l'ItIIIIL,11
and had accident the
an country
Adams for the annual Men's Slow-pitch :McGce.(; ". Pine C.H. ChurchN. free season. qualified
Valley Church District softball "These three boys have iu.id,i <
small national I
"Don't make any In Junior PGA Golf Play / amateur tournamentby :
plans for t the 74-73: season, winning I the sectional tournament to be held August all our! dillerences in pl.mn.lor .
!9) and 10 at Westside Park. the better" slated! Co.uli I.I I.,
N. OF STARKE DOWN DIRT ROAD BY which begins in August. Small qualifying round at I lydc Park I lalcher..
plans do( not put the points on :like Logsdon 1 14-year oldKeystone Richard O'Donoghue of Jacksonville with a 3-under- Last year First Baptist of
FURNITURE FACTORY ] your \paper 1 you will need to Heights Ireshman Keystone I Heights and Jay \par' 7374147. He was low man Starke won the subdistricthere "The team attitude i.s: > \
contend lor champs of the 74- scored his second victory in Barker of Starke each shot 17 of ((i2 trying for three" spots in and went on to Cocoa lor cellent and we have 111\ Mm>

: Welcome 73: season" says Crawford.In the North; ; Central Florida lor three holes to post) a win in the national tourney.It the district tournament. There, athletes willing to goo !'"
Everyone August the Uassmasters I'UA Junior Coll' Around hold the !9 and under division. This is the second straight year they defeated Melbourne First percent. The team h.iltii",.
will have their annual supperfor West End, :Monday. July I 15.; was O'Donoghuc's() third win Adams has played in the Baptist, St. Mary's Catholic! average IS .410) ;(( and I ih<
W. J. THORNTON PASTOR j jOOOOOOOOO0OOOOQOOO0OOOO members and wives, date at and Barker's second. national public links tourna- lost to Cocoa Kockleclge. came starting line-up batting i /IOM,
f and place will be announced Shooting :3J-3J-65:! : over the ment. Last year the tournament back to knock St. :Mary's out to ,5Ut)". Mates a play&'r Boi. I >
later. par 6o( ) course, Logsdon won ['Il'Xtl'ek; July 22 the tour was in New.; Jersey Next beat Hockledge{ in the winner :lhlncr."aria team (leoK" ii.ii
this week's round in the 14-13 goes\ to Green Cove Springs, summer it will be in Hawaii.In bracket, only to lose the finalgmnl' we have tin excellent ihiiim. )(
division bonl' stroke over I the l final I round will be at addition to playing in to Kockleclge in the to win I the district (1'I' i
Buddy I Doerr of Gainesville Ironwood, in Gainesville, July Pasadena! Adams has five championship game. which will enable us to onli i
who came: in with :j4-3H--e7: lor 2t.! where a luncheon will beheld north Florida golf champion- the slate! tournameni a n!
J ohnBrown'sPrice the 111 holes.A and trophies awarded. ships to his credit this sum- According to Coach harry Pensacola, Aug. :30", :Miliu, i
mer. :Most recently he won Hatcher. First Baptist of said.

tight race is developing in for the fifth time the cham- Slarke has not only improvedon First t also
!> Baptist play u
the ltl-11 group. David Brown The best four of seven pionship of the Starke Golf their line team of last year the City League and holdai
Mobile Home Center and Stl'l( both of scores will determine the and Country Club, his home but is stronger at t every H-l ""l'l'ol'dIII'h lc.nlth.' .

Keystone!> stroked 38's to tie winner in each group. Each course. position. second half ol Rectu'.ln' ",
lor:lirst.I Creek sunk a 12 foot win worth 21 points, second Adams plans to enter tournaments First Baptist gained three of Department soltball pii\
llt'y 21 473-3775 Keystone putt on the I inal hole to share receives 20 points, and third \lit! lor the next few their old players back which
the winning spot with Brown. on down the line. The years with an eye toward ---
One stroke back was Robert maximum. points received is turning professional in a yearor
Burns of Luke City with a 39. 84. two if things go well as he
Will Probably Sell Brown now has three wins to gets experience under his belt FREE $799'ueGRASS
his credit while Greek and '
Point leaders of I 13:
Burns each have two wins. as July :
Bob Gates of Gainesville 10-17; division Bob Gates, Hampton Rec.
his third win in the Gainesville; 83 and Chuck
captured CATCHER
division firing a two Waters, Green Cove Springs,
The First Home On The MoonHERE'S 1I -l7 SoftballersShut
under par 283058. Gates 78. 14-15 division :Matt
carded two birdies on the front Herres, Starke, 79; Donald With Purchase Of Any
nine and played even par on Johns, Lake City, 79!), and John OutStarke
the back Chuck Waters of Knight, Lake City 77. 12-13 HAHN RIDING MOWER
Green Cove Springs and Mike division Tim Dortch Lake Team

X.3 13 :I..j 11 scored Nicholson 30-31--61 of Gainesville for second each City.Green 81 Cove; Bret Springs Hutchings., 79 and The Hampton Recreation f Priced From $C O"f 7 5

place. Russell Greek, Keystone )Department shut out 8-0 the

Palatka's Billy Tuten shot a Heights. 78. 10-11 division Starke Recreation Depart for A ae Cut 7HP BaSEpnr>,
one under par 29! to take his David Brown Keystone, 83; ment's team in a game of "
second win in the 12-13 group Steve Greek, Keystone 81. softball as Hampton had a l 1, $75995'
Tying for second spot were and Robert Burns, Lake City larger team, more girls andmore .: .,a
81. !9> and under Richard according to Bill "
of Green Cove runs
Bret Hutchings ) For A 30" Cut 10 H.P
Springs and Tim Dortch of O'Donoghue, KH. 83 and Jay McRae. recreation leader for
Lake City, each totaling :32. Barker. Starke. 79. Hampton area, Friday afternoon Syncro Balanced Cast Iror

B & S Engine
The first two innings of
action saw both teams playing All Models Carry 2 Yr Warranty On Row R Trac Gear

Bible Answers : a scored.In light. defense with no runs Drive Trans Axle System

the top of the third We Take Mowers In Trade!
CAN A WOMAN BE AN ELDER? Hampton's Kenny Clark

scored on a Monty Moore
WHY No. The qualifications of an elder or pastor are listed in I single to give the visitors a 1-0
.
Tim. 3:1-11: and Titus 159.: Among these qualifications we lead. Hampton scored twice in
read that an elder is to be "the husband of one wife." It is the fourth with T.J. Sheppardand Plant Buys Don't Be Bugged
hard to conceive of a woman being a "husband" and Johns
John Brown Goes To Great Timmy scoring.
LengthsTo having a "wife," isn't it? It is impossible for a woman to be Starke threatened in the To Mien' Dead
With/
an elder in the Lord's church! fifth, with a single by Mark Many
Satisfy Every Person He Sells A Home To. DeArmond and a walk to From
Of course human Institutions are free to establish their Hobby Carver put men in Choose OREDInsect

own order and set their own qualifications. Such scoring position, put a pop out
Mobile deviations from God's word are evidences that the ended the in Shrubbery Spray
He Has Many Years Of Experience In The to pitcher
denominationalism is not of God. (Eph., 4:4: 1:22-23: Matt. ning. Fruit Trees
15:13): ), Most religious orders are established on the basis In the sixth Starke again Pin/ '
Home Business. that they are democracies, whereas the government of the tried to muster up some runs, Shade Trees Reg. 79' 57cFlowering
Lord's body is a kingdom. Col.( 1:13): ). In a kingdom the Eddie Winkler and John Trees

His Reputation For Honesty & Trustworthyness subjects do NOT make the laws all functions of David Francis reached base Aerosal $'Z7
government (legislative, judicial, and executive) are vestedin on errors, but the threat was Roses Reg'I..
the King or Head. In the Kingdom of Christ, Jesus is the cancelled with some excellent House Plants
Is Widely KnownHis Head: all authority belongs to Him. (Col. 1:18: Matt. fielding by the Hampton 5%
28:18): ). For this reason the body of Christ cannot changethe defense 15% Off Sevin Dust
laws. And the law states that elders are to be
bats 4
Service Is Out Of The World If You Buy A Mobile Home husbands; no woman can qualify, Any body, then, that were Meanwhile' idle going Hampton's into the On Ml Stock Lb. Bag $ 17

changes the law so as to appoint women thereby admits seventh inning, the score wasa Reg. sass) J
To Go On The Moon He Will Provide Service For It. not to be the KINGDOM of Christ and shows a lack of dose 3-0 Hampton.
respect for His authority. G. F It all changed in the

flak Rbaut Our Down Payment Soufchaide Church of Christ Gene'seventh.Joyner Ronnie, Kenny Rodrique Clark, lOUDA GARDENCENTER

Exclusive Rental ns Small n. 3 Miles South of Starke on U.S. 301 'base arid Yulie and Kerchaine scored on reached Starke \;, 1ST

$350 On Send questions to: Schedule of Services miscues, giving Hampton and O..OL. 539 East Call St.
Casey A. Carlisle Sunday
Purchase Plan 10 a.m. Bible Study 8-0 victory. PH. 964-5745
Some Homes Minister Both teams were treated to a .-eM.,
Rt. 3, Box 58 11am.1 Worship, Kool-aid by the Recreation
Starke. Fla 6 4.5 p m Worship Women's Auxiliary, H,


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First Baptist's 9-1 Record Dixie Youth Stars



Leads Men's Softball Play Host Sub DistrictThe

All-Stars of the Dixie Johnson (his third all-star!
Youth Baseball League, year). Mike Jackson (hisi
During the week's action in Brown crowned First Metho- 2 on a double and a home run by the Starke second all-star year), Glen)
sponsored
I\h'n'sslow-pitch Recreational dist 12-2 with one home( run by by Claude f Hardee,a double by Recreation Department, will Gnann, Pat Mundorff, Danny
Softball( (First Baptist Doug Conner. Smith and George Pack, and 15 singles, host the Sub-District Tourna- Hildebran John Tatum.
remained in first place with a Brown scored 10 of its 12 runs also crowning S and B 20-5 in ment to be played at Pratt Kevin Miller, Randy An-
!II) record, as they topped in the bottom of the third on hitting. Street Center Monday drews, Bill Goodge, Kevin!
I.autcy Skating Rink 12-8 and Connor's' home run. a doubleby Baldwin Chevrolet took Thursday, July 22 25. Tillman, Steve Griffis, Ricky Jfedmondson
Baldwin Chevrolet 15-6. Rich Martin and eight First Methodist 12-8 last There will be two area Bobby Odom,
In i the other games Baldwin singles. Smith and Brown Wednesday night on triples by teams competing in the Uwayne McBride Raymond)
defeated hapless First Methodist topped Methodist 13-6 in Tex Patrick and Smith, a and
tournament, Bel-Med Hilltnan Ricky Sullivan.!
Smith and Brown double Charlie Green, and
12-8 batting. by
American and Bel-Med The first game will take!
First Methodist 12-2, also defeated walks and errors. Baldwin
!topped First Baptist at
6
National both from Orange place beginning p.m. at*
unmngham Gulf crowned Baldwin Chevrolet 15-6 edged by Methodist 11-10 in Park. Winners of the tourney the Pratt Street Field as Bel-_______
l.uuley 10-2 and Smith andBl'own Monday night. FB scored batting. will advance to the District Med American will take on I
19-2. eight runs in the first inning on 4 r competition to be held in Bel-Med National. Tuesday]
(First Baptist downed singles and walks. Of the six During the second game Brooksville, with that winner night, Bel-Med National will]
Law ley 12-8 last Thursday runs on Baldwin's score, Wednesday night, Cunning going on to the State in Pensa- take on the Starke All-Stars.|
night. on four homers, threeb David Bennett had a home ham cleared Lawtey 10-2,on a z it !
Starke
Wednesday night All-
> Randall McGee and one by run. (First Baptist rapped home run and triple by Larry ,, o "st" iLI cola.The 1974 All-Star team Stars will take on Bel-Med J
Bill Kelton. Baldwin 15.9 in batting. Allen, doubles by George which will be coached by American and Thursday night 1
McGee had a perfect night During the second game Pack and eight singles. Richard Odom and David will be the Championship]
at the plate going 3-for-3 all Monday night, Cunningham Cunningham held Lawtey 12-6 Bennett are: Chub (Leonard) game.
home runs. McGee has trimmed Smith and Brown 19- in hitting.

and playing"recently with returned Green Machine trom Gator Mating an d Nesting Season Norman's Farm Wins Tourney _
the
"has helped team tre
1974 Starke All-Stars Bottom row (I-r) Bill Uooilge. Ricky Edmondson Chuck Johnson.
mendously. states Manager Iticky Sullivan and Chub Johnson. Norman's Farm as the team received individual
irrHatcher.. MIAMI-Birds do it, bees do Madame Alligator is no .
Second row Randy Indre"slike: Jackson, Steve Griffis. Ililderbran and champions of 10 Florida trophies.Colonial
Danny
l Damn :McKinney: helped the it, even educated fleas do it ravishing beauty but. to McBride. Dwayne teams in the Second Annual Florist of Starke
(euni. for he also had 3-for-3 on but. during spring and early Mister Alligator, she is > Women's Slow- entered the tournament with a$,
short legs, round Standing Raymond Ilillman, 1 Mundorff: Glen Gnann, Kevin Miller, John Tatum. Kevin Leesburg
(two doubles and a single. First summer, love's special gorgeous Tillman and Hobby Odom. Pitch Invitational Tour 0.2 loss. They were defeated}
Baptist scored its other five messenger, Cupid, seems to snout and all. Don't be misledby nament, played July 12-14 in by Citizens Bank of Leesburg
,runs:, on singles by Eddie be particularly mesmerizingour Mother Alligator's per- with 4-0 record. 4-0 and the Patriots from}
Leesburg a
I Mateo Handy Jones. Steve resident watery reptilethe -. petual !Mona Lisa smile, as Hunting and Fishing Rules Summary Available Norman's never was in the Jacksonville 112.
Thomas and Wilbur Waters. Alligator.If she can be an overbearingshrew loser's bracket- as they Norman's Farm and!
First Baptist topped Lawtey you see an alligator, around her nest of soon- TALLAHASSEE-The new distributed to Florida sport- offices of all County Tax defeatedOcala 3-2, Deland 9- Cunningham Gulf will be|
17.11 in butting. LEAVE IT ALONE! to-be-hatched offspring, and pocket-size( summary of smcn. Collectors when sportsmen 2, Orange Park 7.2 and hosting a Men's and Women's!
During the second game It's not nice to fool with hell hath no fury like a female hunting and fishing rules and Copies of the new rule purchase their 1974.75 huntingand Jacksonville 4-2; Monroe Used District II Open Slow-Pitch I
Thursday night. Smith and !Mother Nature! alligator provoked. regulations is now being booklet may be obtaines at the fishing licenses. Cars known as the Patriots Tournament, August 2-4 with*
The rule booklet serves as a Green Machine as defending J
---------- from Jacksonville, placed
guide to legal methods of second in the tournament.. Champions,at Westside Park
taking wildlife and fresh Throughout Norman's
i t YIEI water fish and contains information -
five home runs were
about the 1974-75 games NO HUNTING: SIGNS: For|
mam J' WHY PAY seasons, dates, and bag limits slugged.three, Linda Claudia Cubbedge Bennett and hit sale and rent signs. The Officer, / ,I
for all resident game birds Diane Jordan Hit one. The Shop.
and animals and fresh water

DOLLAR STORES MORE fish.Information on migratorygame
bird seasons and bag GAINESVILLEPLUMBING

f-i.r.i.. .,. )H., PRICES..EFFECTIVE JOLT 18TH k SHOP :TOP!l lTHURS. J later limits date.will be available at a

Sportsmen purchasing their HEATINGINC.
THRU SAT JULY 28TH 1974-75 licenses prior to July 1,
Limited Quantity and not receiving a copy of the .
rule booklet may request a
copy from their'County Tax SALES AND SERVICE
Collector or one of the license
agents. Copies are also PLUMBING FIXTURES
DOUBLE A available upon request to the
/ Game and Fresh Water Fish WATER HEATERS. SINKS
NO IRON orTWIN i Commission at Tallahassee Complete Bath and Kitchen RemodelingAsk
SIZE Panama City, Lake City,
MUSLIN OR I I : Ocala, Lakeland and West About Our
PERCALESHEETS 72" X 90" Palm Beach. 3. YEAR PAYMENT PLAN
: Florida sportsmen are
SATIN
BOUND 24 urged to review the new 1974-
''r I BLANKETS 75 hunting and fishing rules Phone 1-372-1589
BarBQueGrill and become familiar with
Choice of solids, stripes or I SOLIDS laws that regulate their 911 SE. 4th ST. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 6/8}
prints to match every taste outdoor activities. 4tp
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WASHCLOTHS 3 for$1 ASSORTED STYLES ASSORTED COLORS. SILICONE COVER WITH $4115DDalso
3 FT. 4ft FT.
I DISH CLOTHS 5 for $1 AND COLORS' BURNPROOF PAD. z

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LAUNDRY BASKET ANTIQUE PISTOL PLAQUES OR CHOICE: COMFORT OXFORDS

WASTE BASKET FRUIT IN WICKER Full' loam

DISH PAN TABLE IASKEru cushion Cushion "crap an. .] CantaindCentraIH.atandAir
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: ;ni'Dilrtli: i :: O' (, n) I (I :L :C'' ; T7Tu'T' FORESTRYU I.I'.

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t Terry Reedy

Never Again Farm Forester




"Probably the most significant reform accomplished no more than the mere The past two weeks have ,
that could emerge from the Watergate exposure of scandal and the conviction of been busy ones for some of the 7 '
scandal is the personnel of the Florida ''
creation
of
an independent wrongdoers although these are important Division of Forestry.

nonpartisan agency to supervise the enforcement aspects. But most important of w,9'r

of the laws relating to the all is to take steps to insure that such O'Leno State Park has been

conduct of elections." crimes in the name of politics never the site of the annual Forestry Roy Tyre Hank Bruning

again occur in America.It ft Training Camp where high
school boys active the
This statement is the t:. tuutlptxv a in
most important a
Future Farmers of America
Two
recommendation made by the Senate is ironical as well as disillusioning throughout the state of Vie For District 4

Watergate committee in its voluminous to note that a member of the Senate Two Local Guardsmen Florida are taught numerous

400,000-word final report released last Committee itself. Senator Edward aspects of good forest Clay Commission PostTwo
Last week there
week.In Gurney of Florida who recently In Senior Class Of OCS were management.about eighty boys at the
denounced the for .
newspapers printing camp from FFA chapters '
a recap of some of the most out- "lies" has been indicted by a federal located in South Florida, as Keystone Heights in politics, but he feels that his

standing evidence gathered during the grand jury and charged, among other Two men from Co. D Orlando as project managerof well as a number of agricul- residents have announced familiarity with county
(Maint.) 53rd Bn the their candidacy for problems will enable him to
Support civil and environmental ture teachers from the high the
17 months
the with under oath and
past covered things lying ,
report the local National District the well as
Guard unit, are engineering lie will be schools of the same area. ? .4 Clay County serve county
milk fund scandal, rewards of party con- promising federal housing contracts in attending the Florida National assigned to the. National Commission seat being Commissioner.
tributors with ambassadorships allegeduse return for campaign cash. Guard Officer Candidate Guard unit in Deland upon This week the participantsat vacated by incumbent
of executive agencies for political School at Camp Blanding, as graduation.Both the camp are from North Kathleen Murrhee at the end He believes that politics in
recrimination -
"Florida Bradford of the 'lay County is not now gearedto
members of the Senior Class. County is present term.
against White House Regarding solutions to the problem Upon successfully completing candidates have at- represented by Ag teacher cope with the problems of
"enemies" and circumstantial evidence the Senate Committee recommendedthat the school they will be tended two summer camps Greg Alvarez and students Roy Tyre. Keystone rapid growth, such as proper
that unexpended campaign fund an independent nonpartisan commissioned as second and monthly training with the Charles Ferguson and Jack building contractor, and T.II. land use and zoning, road

transferred in $100 bills by Bebe federal elections commission be set up to lieutenants in a ceremony school since July 1973. Parrish. Hunk Bruning, owner and problems and other matters
that he feels he could
of Hank's Dirt help
operator
Rebo/o, the President's closest federal campaigns. Another conducted at the armory in St.
friend- supervise
Augustine Company D also has two The camp is financially Service will compete for the with.
on July 21.
went to pay for improvements at Key frequently mentioned reform is limita- candidates in the Junior Class sponsored by a number of post in the September 10

Biscayne and an expensive personal gift tion of cash contributions as well as expenditures Officer candidate Denis I. which started in July. They companies in forest industryand Democratic primary. Prior to becoming self-
for Mrs. Nixon. in such campaigns. Blom (left) is associated with are James A. Adams and is coordinated and run by employed, Bruning workedfor
Rivers Hardware Co. in Lake Richard Cuendet. who both the Division of Forestry. It is Tyre has been a citizen and the last six years In Law
Butler and will be assigned to have the rating of SP5. an annual event that has been taxpayer Clay County for 35 Enlorcement. For the past
Even Vice President Gerald Ford has Many of the Senate Committee's 35 the Starke unit upon held for the past 40 years for years and has headed his own three years he was a memberof

said of the political strategies of his own specific recommendations for reform of graduation. The National Guard OCS is the purpose of educating contracting business for 25 the Clay County Mounted

party: "The political lesson of Watergateis the election process are already incor- being held at Blanding, July 6- young people interested in the years of that time lie feels Patrol and a deputy sheriff,
simply this: Never again must porated in legislation now before the Officer candidate Dale 21, and has an enrollment of out-of-doors. These boys are that his business experiencewill with the rank of sergeant. He
Crosby (right) is associatedwith approximately 200 can- recognized as the landownersand enable him to representand is a past president of the Clay
Americans allow an arrogant elite guardof Senate and House. But there is no the Geiger Corporation in didates. leaders of the future. It is serve all the citizens of County Cattlemen'sAssociation
political adolescents like CREEP assurance that any of these reforms will\ considered important that Clay County to the fullest, if and a member of

(Committee for Re-election of the be passed by Congress because they they bo given the opportunity elected to the Commission. St William's Catholic Church.

President) to bypass the regular might interfere with the campaign to learn as much as! possible "With property now He spent four years in the

Republican Party organization. It is we-- financing methods of some of the about forestry so they can assessed at 100 percent of its armed certified service, and is a
manage their timberlands teacher with the
not theythat should dictate the termsof members themselves who know that an County Agents By properly in the days ahead. sale value, we need to make (Florida( Department of

a national election." incumbent has a big advantage over his 11r'J : certain that unnecessary Education.
Bobby not concealed
challenger when it comes to raising Notebook The camp has a staff ol 10 our expenses county are budgets, and! that in ,,
from constituents. Taylor' men t Irom the Division of Tyre was a member of the
The Vice President continued: "The money who the millage is rolled back to
with both
Forestry stay
fatal defect of CREEP was that it madeits for the two week supply our actual needs, and 'lay County Zoning Com-
groups mission lor two years; is a
own rules and thereby made its own Campaign reform might not come period. These men led by take care of of the continued" past Chief of the Keystone

ruin. It violated the historic concept of about unless the American people let The tobacco market opened 900-1100 pound steers Camp Director Bob Lay of the said.growth our county, Tyre \olunteerFireDepartment, a

the two-party system in America and it Congress know they are sick of being this week with lower prices to averaged $3720 per cwt, in Division's Forest Education member of the Masonic
the disenfranchised by having their elec growers than everyone expected Texas-New Mexico feedlotsthe Bureau. have planned the day The coming campaign will Lodge, and the Keystone
ran literally roughshod over Growers had antici- first three weeks of June. by day activities and assist in be Bruning's first experience Heights Shrine Club.
seasoned political judgment and the tions bought by corporations with thousands pated prices to average a Prices moved up to $40-$41 supervision of both educa-

seasoned political experience of the or even millions of dollars to cockle to eight cents a pound early in July. Fed cattle tional and recreational activities -

regular Republican: Party organizationin spend to get "their man" elected. over last year since there prices should hold in the $40- with the help of the Ag-
seemed to be an increased $43 range during the next Ed advisors. Along with the
all of 50 states. McGlave
our demand and a probable month. Slaughter marketswill full time staff, a number of Announces
Unless much needed
we gain some
shorter supply of tobacco this be volatile the rest of this individuals are present for a I
It would be a sad day for America if election reforms, the ordeal of Water- year. year, and frequent, sharp day or two to teach specific For
the: lessons learned from Watergate gate will be meaningless.After roller-coaster movement is topics to the boys.I Clay School BoardOn
If prices do not improve very likely.
during the marketing season, I spent two days with each
we "will have even fewer Feeder calf( prices group discussing various July 1 1. Charles J. 1rr6J
I tobacco growers next year recovered also, after falling to ways of selling timber. We McGlave. a 17 year resident of 4
Get because increased cost of pro- low level. Good grade 400-500 talked with groups of 10 at one Clay County, announced his
Better QualifiedRegistrations duction will make tobacco pound steer calves brought time. These small groups candidacy for the Clay County
production unprofitable, or about $30 per cwt. in Florida create a relaxed atmosphere School Board, District three
will not be worth the gamblefor auctions during June. By where the boys could feel post
the farmer. His stakes in early July, this kind of calf comfortable asking questionsor
and reregistrationshave these names were stricken, the crop are too high without was selling for $35. with some making comments about "1 have always been vitally
been brisk at the office of Supervisor there better prospects for some moving near $-10. Feeder calf forestry. Some ot the other interested in our !schools and
were only 5,179 voters left the
on will follow led the education of our
of prices young
margin profit. price topics presented were on
of Elections
in recent weeks but "
books. Now the number has climbed movements during the next lorest insects and diseases, citizens, McGlave said upon
the early closing of registration books on back to 5,380 including new registrations Since cattlemen are month. multiple use forestry a classin entering his name in this

July '27according to a new .Florida. by newcomers to the county, 18- having difficulty making Calf prices fell below fed tree identification and evena election

law. might cause some would: be votersto year-olds coming of age and persons marketing Decisions with such. steer prices in June for the talk on growing Christmas "I feel that my proven
be disappointed if they neglect to applying to the office to low prices this year, they need first time in many, many trees. The bo).' also had the administrative and
Supervisor's all the information possible to opportunity to go Into the field abilities
register or re-register before that date. have months. Coming weeks will management qualifyme
their
names reinstated after being make these decisions. I would see Good, 400-500 pound and practice some ot the items to add to the value of our
Before the new law was passed, regis- stricken from the list. There are still like to devote my column to selling $40-$43--about the that they were taught during present fine school system,"
tration books remained until 30 several hundred however who should the following "livestock same as Choice 1000 pound the morning classes he added.
open "
apply for reinstatement, and must do so outlook, published coopera- steers. Feeder calf markets McGlave will be opposing
days before. the First Primary in Sep-- before 27 if tively by the Florida Cooperative will be even more volatile I personally enjoyed talking incumbant KT Lovorn alsoof Scouting
July they wish to vote in the
tember but the law Extension Service with boys who had
now requires than slaughter markets. a sincere Keystone Heights, who has I
closing the books 45 days before the September primaries. Florida Department of Agriculture Slaughter cow prices interest in forestry answeringtheir been a member of the Clay ." News

First Primary in order to give the and the SRS. USDA: averaged about $28 per cwt. questions and telling County School Board for the
of Recent disclosures of corruption bothin Cattle prices recovered for Utility cows in Florida them about some of my experiences past eight years. Carolyn Eaves
Supervisors Elections more time to State and Federal makeit early in July, after hitting auctions during June. Cull as a forester both in Although Lovorn has not 964-5812
get their voter lists in order before the government very low levels in mid-June. cow prices should hold about Florida and in Wisconsin. I made a public announcement
primary date. more important than ever before that Continued strength is expected steady during the next month am sure that it is time and he has indicated to the press
voters let their voices be heard in the for the next few weeks. then begin a seasonal decline money well spent if the boys that he will seek reelection Cadette Troop 520 enjoyed
Last November, Bradford County had coming primaries and General Election. Fed cattle prices sagged into fall. The fall drop this pick up some knowledge and Charles McGlave feels his where a long camp out did at their Hall Lake

6.924 registered voters on the books, but The only way these evils can be severely during June, then year is likely to be considerably strengthen their desires to volunteer service to the things such they as plan, procure own
1,745: of these names were stricken early corrected is by voters going to the polls recovered the later part of the larger than in past practice good forest residents of Keystone Heightsand and prepare their own meals.
month and into July. Choice, years. management. much of Clay County have
this year because they were deceased, and electing honest men. Staying away demonstrated his unselfish This taught a few lessons,

moved from the county or failed to from the polls is, in effect a vote for If plan to plant some desire to better rapidly especially on the care of food.

return the voting registration renewal continued corruption.: trees you this winter, you can put growing Clay County and its The girls also managed to
communities finish a badge and work on a
seedling orders in now.
your
The Florida Division of This is McGlave's first Challenge. Several Cadettes
( has three nurseries attempt for an elective county and bridging Cadettes
Free Press Free PROMECONOMICS HOME located.Forestry at Milton, Chiefland office, although he has held recently received the First
Societyattack Aider which is for
AGENT and Punta Gorda which are many appointed offices in the impressive
: such this: age group.Campers .
growing numerous species of county as a member of
the Clay County Hospital were Patty
The recent decision of the U S. on Senator Thomas Eagleton BROWNOkra trees this year. Authority and has served on Mullins, Diane Crews Andrea

Supreme Court that government cannot during the 1972 presidential campaign. Here is a list of species the board of directors of the Eaves, Irene Wainwright,

force a newspaper to provide free space Anderson's charges of a history of available and the cost per 1000 American Red Cross. He is Marlene Dawson Cana Schmidt -
for a political candidate to respond to drunken driving on the part of Eagletonwere is in season now and in long; leave 1-4 inch stem1) 1 seedlings Slash, N Florida also on the board of directorsof Marlynn Patray and
abundant supply. I know that cup cider vinegar 1-4 cup $7. Slash. Improved $10, the Clay County Chamber of Teresa Bovce
criticism was more than a victory for later shown to be without founda okralovers are enjoying it, water. 2 tablespoons salt 2 Slash S Florida $7, Sand Pine 'ommerce and is president of Joyce 1'Farabee former
freedom. of the press. It was a victory for tion in fact. and you will want to preserve teaspoons dill seed, 4 cloves $7. Loblolly Pine $7. Longleaf the Keystone Heights Starke scout received her

democracy itself. some for use later in the year. garlic, 2 pods hot pepper or 1-2 Pine $7, Red Cedar $14, Volunteer Fire Department a Cadelte First Class. Joyce and
There are several ways to put teaspoon hot red pepper, Arizona Cypress $14 Cottonwood registered Emergency her family. Rev and Mrs.
The landmark decision was handed In spite of such unfortunate incidents up okra: you may can it, crushed. Cuttings $18, Sweetgum Medical 1 Technician In this Dewitt Farabee. now live indrasota.
it must be remembered that the dangerto freeze it, or pickle it. Wash okra with a vegetable $18. Tupelo Gum $18, Live Oak capacity he has served and .
down in a Florida case in which a legislative our society from such occasional brush. Bring to a boil the $30, Swamp White Oak $30 still serves with the Keystone While all leaders think the
candidate filed suit contending he TO CAN OKRA: Use tender vinegar, water and salt. Place Dogwood$30 Eastern Redbud Rescue Unit as well as being a most important thing in
is far
less serious
than those
had a right under a 1913 Florida statuteto errors we pods. Wash and cut off stem.If washed okra in clean hot jars. $30. Chinese Tallow $30. Bald- Red Cross First Aid Instructor scouting is the scouts themselves -
reply to two critical editorials in the would face from Government if the free small do not cut into the Add to each jar 1 teaspoon dill cypress $30, Sycamore $18, we all know how important -
Miami Herald. Although the state press were to be shackled in the manner pod. Drop into boiling water. seed, 2 garlic cloves and I hot Catalpa $18, Green Ash $18. In the past, McGlave has a good leader Is. This
that the present Administration has Cook 1 minute. If large cut pepper pod (or 1-4 teaspoonhot Maximum order for Improved been on the board of the has been a good year for our
Supreme Court ruled in favor of the into 1 inch lengths and cook 1
red crushed). Slash is with
attempted to do.Fortunately pepper 23.000 per Keystone Heights PTA, areas excellent)
plaintiff the decision was overturned by minute. Pack containers. Pour boiling liquid into each customer. president of the Keystone leadership including Laurie
the U S. Court! in a unanimous decision. Cover with hot liquid. Leave 1- jar, covering okra, leaving 1-2 Little League and after :Mullins, Burney Winkler,
the Supreme Court saw 2 inch headspace. Season. Seal inch headspace. Wipe jar You can have the seedlings holding offices in the local Jeannie Loper, Lila Rae
the inherent and process, in pressure mouths and lids. delivered to the Starke Work Bobbi
that danger to freedom of the adjust Lion's Club, was elected as Yawn Crawford, Betty
This is not to are
say newspapers canner at 10 pounds : Center located
pressure Process in water-bath seven miles
and boiling District Governor of Lions Ann Alvarez, Phyllis Carver,
press, democracy itself in the
perfect. Far from it. As long as they are 25 minutes for pints, 40 canner 5 minutes. Wait one west of Starke on SR-100 or International with the Pat Welty, Janet Kimutis,
run by human beings, there will be famous Florida case. Newspapers must minutes for quarts. month before using. Yield: 2 pick them up at the nursery. management responsibility of Janice Joiner Becky
be eternally vigilant to see that they pints. From Nov. 20- Feb. 26, seed- Stevenson
mistakes. For example, the regrettableerror OKRA AND TOMATOES: all clubs in a 14 county area of Nancy Pfiesterand
of columnist Jack Anderson's deserve this cor idencemiliiji Prepare above. Combine: NOTE: IMPORTANT! If lings will be delivered to the northeast Florida Sylvia Ramos. A big
peeled as tomatoes there is any sign of spoilage, Starke Work Center every He is a graduate of LaSalle thank-you to all leaders,
quartered discoloration!:: or odor, destroy Wednesday with a shipping College in Philadelphia is a assistants and troop com-
with cut okra or small whole the. Clostridium charge of 50 cents 1000
contents. per mittees.All .
member of St, Williams
\p P144 COLd and pods. Heat hot to into boiling.containers Season botulinum, a very poisonous seedlings. To put in your order Catholic Church and is an registered scouts are
NTp Leave pack inch bacterium, is present in you can come by my office at area supervisor for the encouraged to attend Neyati
1-2 headspace.Seal
vegetables. These bacteriaare the Bradford County Agricultural DuPont Company at Camp Day Camp, August 5. There
4 and process, in pressure usually destroyed at 10 Building or call me at Blanding. will be units for Brownies,
canner at 10 pound pressure: pounds pressure for a given 964-6554 so I can send you an McGlave also announcedthat Juniors, and Cadettes.
25 minutes for 40
minutes for .pints time; however, this recipe order form. his wife Kitty, who Saturday July 13, from 10-
1013 quarts.TO does not use the 12 a.m. at the Methodist
/ BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER pressure presently serves as the City
rt1ON Publishers FREEZE OKRA: Wash, method of preserving. These Clerk of Keystone Heights, Church, will be registrationfor
remove stems, do not break bacteria do not readily live in has been appointed his Neyati Day Cam At this
each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla under Act
Published seed pod. Blanch 3-4 minutes, an acid liquid, but it is TAHt A f IOW ID* campaign treasurer. time we will also register new
of March 3, 1879 chill. Pack in containers possible. Therefore, It is They have three children scouts and leaders. All scout
Subscription rate In trade area: $6 per year: >3.SO six months. leaving 1-2 inch headspace; extremely important to give ORANGE JUICE and two grandchildren and uniforms not being used may
Outside trade area: $7 per year: $4.00 six months. seal and freeze. this pickled okra special care. BREAK their two girls were educatedin be left at the Methodist
Phone 964-6305 Starke, Ra Enjoy the okra and call me the Clay County School Church.
DILLED OKRA PICKLES: If you have problems or Carolyn Eaves
2 pints small okra (2-3( inches questions. system. 9645812July




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I- Lqla"' -accordance You-will take with notice the provisionsof that in Conner Announces For Fifth TermDoyle I


Section 166.041, Florida
100; thence North 18 degreesand NOTICE TO BIDDERS Statutes, and Charter Provisionsof Conner 45-year-old and conferences, and con- water area to be used for
35 minutes West said of Starke and makes recreational: purposes. He has
along the City Section 6c dean of the ducts studies
conservative
NOTICE Westerly boundary, a distanceof Notice is, hereby, given for a public hearing will be held by Cabinet has an- recommendations for con- also consistently supported
PUBLIC HEARINGA 801.02 feet to an iron stake for sealed bids to be submitted to the City Commission of the City f Florida nounced for re-election to a sumer protection legislation.In programs to preserve en-
point of beginning.From the Clay Electric Cooperative, of Starke Florida, in the City Commissioner of 1973, the Division Investigated vironmentally endangeredlands.
term as
fifth
public hearing will be held at point of beginning! thus Inc., at their home office In Hull on North Thompson Street, Florida Department of 6,937 consumer .
the City Mull Starke Fla. described, continue North 18 Keystone Heights, Florida, until on Tuesday August 6, 1974, at the f and Consumer complaints. Through May of "It has truly been a
Monday August 5, 1974 at 7:30: degrees and 35 minutes West 10:00: a.m., on the day of July 7OOo'clock: p.m. on the petitionof Agriculture. 1974, 3.929 complaints have privilege for me to serve the
p.m for the following purpose: along said Westerly boundary, a 25 1974, for the furnishing of all George H. Pierce, as attorneyfor Services.A been investigated indicating a people of Florida for 10 yearsin
Placing a Mobile Home at the distance of 125 feet to an iron materials, machinery labor, and Leonard V. Moore and Bradford County native, record in the making by the the legislature and for the
following locations: stake; thence South 71 degreesand equipment for construction of: Shirley Jean Moore, his wife, Conner was elected to head end of the year. past 14 years as Commissioner "-
Lot 3. of Block one of 25 minutes West, a distanceof freeholders, which petition was the department in 1900 after As a member of the f Florida of Agriculture,
Livingston Truby and Com- 199.85 feet to an iron stake; New Warehouse and Office spread upon the minutes of a serving five tw -year terms in Cabinet. Conner has been Conner says. "I've been
panys Subdivision of the Townof thence South 18 degrees and 35 Space meeting of said City Commissionheld the House of Representatives. instrumental in securing deeply honored by being
Starke, Florida: minutes East and parallel with Headquarters Clay Electric on July 16, A. D. 1974 In 1957. at age 28, he was thousands of acres of land and returned to office to continuethe "
Sandra Elizabeth, Demps. said Westerly boundary, a Cooperative requesting that the said City elected Speaker of the House, work we have started.
All parties will be heard at this distance of 125 feet to an iron Keystone Heights. Floridaat Commission close and abandon the youngest legislator in the The Florida Department of
time stake; thence North 71 degreesand Eastward Avenue and an alley history of the state tQ hold that Smith Gets Agriculture and Consumer
Located near 722 N. Keller St. 25 minutes East a distanceof which time bids will be lying between Lots 5 and 6 of prestigious position. David Services is composed of 11
Pat Farnsworth, Chairman 199.85 feet to point of publicly opened and read aloud. Block 1. as per plat thereof and Raised on a Bradford In divisions whose primary
Starke Zoning Board beginning.has Any Bid received after the time hereinafter described, and County farm, Conner beganhis L School ost responsibility is the regulationof
Merrill Edwards and date specified herein will not renounce and disclaim any rightof political career throughthe various industires for the
City Clerk been filed against you and be considered. the City of Starke, Bradford f Future Farmers of Flugler CountyDavid protection of the Florida
1t7'18 you are required to serve a copy County Florida and the publicin America program at Bradford Drug Administration have Consumer. Growth of the
of your written defenses, if any Plans Specifications, and and to the land lying within High School. lie became extolled the virtues of B. Smith, Jr.. former Department's responsibilities
to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, Contract Documents may be said portion of said street said Bradford 4-H president, f Florida's Department of vocational agriculture prompted erection of a
NOTICE OF EXAMINATIONNotice whose name and address is examined at the office of Clay platted street being described as Bradford f FFA chapter Agriculture and its leadershipin teacher at Bradford High separate laboratory complexin
Hon. George H. Pierce P. O. Electric Cooperative, Inc., follows: president district president, innovative programs. School, has been employed( as Tallahassee in 1973
is hereby given puriijjnt Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida Keystone Heights Florida, at state president, and, finally, "My experience in farming Assistant Superintendent of providing offices and labs for
to Chapter 16C 7, Florida and file the original with the the office of Don R. Morgan Eastward Avenue and an alley national FFA president. He since early childhood has been Public Schools( in Flagler the Divisions of Chemistryand
Administrative, Code, Rules and clerk of the above styled courton Architect P.A., Post Office Box lying between Lots 5 and 6 of was first elected to the f Florida supplemented in my adult life County. He will be director of Standards.
Regulations Governing Water or before August 5th, 1974; 987, Green Cove Springs, Block 1, as per plat thereof of House when an 18-year-old by various business activities vocational and adult Conner and his wife, the
lA'i.-ll Contractors in Florida, of otherwise a judgement may be Florida and F. W. Dodge South Gate Replat as recordedin freshman attending the ," Conner says. "These education and in charge of former Kitten Bennett of
in' Examination for a Water Well entered against you for the relief Corporation's Plan Room Plat Book 3, Page 1, of the University of f Contractor's License. The demanded in the complaint or Jacksonville, Florida. public records of Bradford served five consecutive two- the value of monev. and I grounds. with their three children -
Examination, will be given at the petition. County, Florida, lying and beingin year terms. share the concern of the Smith taught here for six Doyle, Jr., Ill; Kimberly Ann,
following times, dates, and WITNESS my hand and the Plans and Specifications may be Section 33, Township 6 He fulfilled a boyhood people of Florida, especiallythose years, 1967-73, and was em- Hi, and John Bryant 13.
lo till ions to all qualified applicants seal of said Court on June 25, obtained as follows: South, Range 22 East City of ambition when he was elected on fixed incomes with ployed last year at Inter-
whose applications are 1974. Starke, Florida.All Commissioner of Agriculturein the growth of our state budgetto lachen High School, Putnam
leci-ivticl in the offices of the General Contractors: Upon liHiO.! ( In 1904! he was reelected some $4.6 billion." County. He has been active in "'
I plirtment of Natural Gilbert S. BrownAs receipt of $40.00 two sets of interested parties may appear Commissioner for two In 11)67!)(; at Conner's urging, Bradford County f Farm "Separate check?
Hi'soufces Division of Interior Clerk of said Court plans and specifications will be and be heard at the time and years, then re-elected in 196(5( the Department ofAgrlculture's Bureau Bradford County Fair <4Hpvm'rf._ J
Resources. Tallahassee, not less By: Beulah M. MoodyAs forwarded collect. If plans and place above specified. and 1970 to four-year terms. scope was expanded Association Starke Civitan
(hum two clays prior to the Deputy Clerk specifications are returned in Dated this 16th day of July, A. Under Conner's guidance to include Consumer Club Starke State f Farmers
I'xdmination, dates. 7/44t7/25 good condition, within ten days D. 1974. the Florida Department of Services. This Division servesas Market Committee, Bradford
after receipt of bids, the full Agriculture and Consumer a clearinghouse for con- County Chamber of Commerce
I 00 P M., Tuesday July 23, deposit will be refunded. CITY COMMISSION OF Services has received national sumer information and and Bradford
'974 Board Room of the South- THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
IN
THE CITY OF STARKE, FLA. recognition and professional complaints. It develops and Education Association.
wst Hornfa Water ManagementDistrict THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Subcontractors: Upon receipt of By: Merrill Edwards acclaim. Both the United conducts programs of con- He and his family will moveto
Brooksville, Florida OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR $40.00, one set of plans and Clerk of Said Board States Department of sumer information and Bunnell within the next few
BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE specifications will be forwarded 1t 7/18 Agriculture and the Food and education through seminars weeks.
900 AM.. Wednesday, July No.
),4. 1971\, Central & Southern collect. If plant. and .
Florida Flood Control District, IN RE: The Marriage of specifications are returned in -
Annex( Conference Room, 901f MARGARET W. REILLY, good condition within ten days
'rniti Street, West Palm Petitioner, and THOMAS after receipt of bids, $20.00 will
H"dCh' : Florida REILLY, Respondent. be refunded. r r- -

9 00 A.M., Thu-sday. July 25 NOTICE OF ACTION NOTE: All requests for plans and EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice, ]
1974 Council of GovernmentsOffice NO PROPERTY specifications shall be made
3rd "1001,, Courthouse through the office of the Ar

AllntJ*. Daytona Beach, Florida ToTHOMAS: REILLY chitect. BEEF BLADE TETLEY

1258 Loring Avenue FAIR
Id(I 00 A.M. Friday, July 26, Brooklyn, New York 11208 Each bid submitted shall be
19/4 Room 203. Pennirgton, accompanied by a cashier's CHUCK ICED TEA

Buiktimi i Tallahassee Florida YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an check or bid bond in the amountof
II / 1 II action for dissolution of Ten Percent of the bid, SUPERMARKETS

marriage has been filed againstyou payable to the Clay Electric ROAST STARKE'S MIX
and you are required to Cooperative Inc. Surety
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO serve a copy of your written company shall be licensed to do 320 SOUTH

REGISTER defenses if any, to it on business in the state of Florida WALNUT ST.
FICTITIOUS NAME EUGENE F. SHAW Petitioner's and shall be listed by the United _ ,,..'o., .0* @000 OVI
_ THu
a win ONU .un 0000
Attorney, whose address is P. States Treasury Department. e .rc JUL. .a n. OUANTtV NIGHTS'
i'utsuanl to Section 865.09 O. Box( 1086, Starke, Florida, on 7/11 2tchg 718NOTICETO 78 NSSINHIH 240z $9c

Fluiula Statute's, notice is or before July 25, 1974, and file wt art pfeunf to xofl I
hereby given 'that the un the original with the Clerk of this BIDDERS LB L1Til1 IWLLF000STAMrj JAR
deisi&nud I Linda S. Hildebranand Court either before service on COUPONS -

Gary E. Hildebran, P. O. Petitioner's attorney or immediately Notice is, hereby, given for I
Box 1273, Starke Fla. 32091. thereafter otherwisea
; sealed bids to be submitted to _
dome) business under the firmnumr default will be entered againstycu the Clay Electric Cooperative, a- : '
" of TEE WEE NURSERY" for the relief demanded in Inc., at their home office in EvcrYPayLowPricc: ] I EvcryDayLowPricc I EveryDayLowPrice BonusBuyLLS.: : I II

202:. N Thompson Strett the Petition. Florida, until
Keystone Heights
SlarktFlorida 32001! intends to WITNESS my hand and the 10:00: a.m., on the day of July BEEF RIBROAST CHUCK FLORID I A GRADE'A* NO. 1
'i.Misiin| said fictitious ram seal of this Court on this 21st 25, 1974, for the furnishing of all FRESH

under toe provisions of aforesaid clay of June, 1974. materials machinery labor, and WHITEPOTATOES
stdtutc equipment for construction of: STEAKSKEF
Linda S. Hildebran and Gdry GILBERT BROWN FRYERS
E H'ldd Owners. BLADE
>ran
CLERK Oc THE CIRCUIT District Office at _
O.itud this 15th day of July A. WrlOLE
COURT Meadowbrook, Florida AMMrtk
0) 1974 dt Stdrke. Florida. BRADFORD COUNTY, Clay Electric Cooperativeat :Ja'I 98 2 PER
/ 18 4tp 8/8 ii _
FLORIDA _LB BAG
By: Beulah M. Moody which time bids will be __

PUBLIC NOTICE Deputy Clerk publicly opened and read aloud. _
6/274t7/18/ Bid received after the time
Any Every OayLowPrkc EvcryDayLowPriccien EvcryDayLowPricc Every DayLowPrkc BanuiBuy ( BonuiBuy
Nut Ie" is hereby given that the and date specified herein will not o THF CHICK u S o anioeQUICK ALL VARIETIES
l itv <"it' Starke Florida will hold a be considered. QUARTER FRYERCORNISH 'ftOMN CaliforniaPLUMS Hard Ripe I
iniblu hranng, on the City of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Eye FRYER ::' CAME HENS YOUNGTURKEYS [ I TOMATOEStvcryDayUwMc
Stark Arua 201 Water Pollution EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Plans, Specifications, and lies* NEASTS 79
Contiol f-acilities Plan under AND FOR BRADFORD Contract Documents may be 59L 69it
PL92 600 applicant no. C120- COUNTY, FLORiDA. Case No. examined at the office of Clay ,
'47 010 The hearing will be held 7429-CJ 11-2202)) JUVENLE'! Electric cooperative Inc..

,It00 P.M. E. D. S. T. on DEPARTMENTIn Keystone Heights, Florida, at AwryOayUwMm W Evtrytayi wMc
August 6. 1974 in the Council the office of Don R. Morgan, *
(Chamlmrs of City Hall, Starke, the Interest of: CARLOS Architect, P. A., Post Office Box KRAFT | ITAUAM I LIBBY'SDRESSING '
Honda KEITH JARA, a Child.NOTICE 987 Green Cove Springs. ca 1,
Tht, work will consist of Florida, and F. W Dodge and 1gi r'i1 ri1

.3/I
"water pollution control facilities. Jacksonville, Florida. A.
THE STATE
OF FLORIDA TO
At this time the requirementsof : .... .., .. ..
.
Hugh Alfredo Jara, Plans and Specifications be 0:5: UP 0'00'... S .. .
PL92 500 will be presented, may COMPARE P.." COMPARE' pOler'LO. uP C' .COMPARE' ..a'. "
boundaries of the proposed the natural father and obtained as follows: .. ..
planning area will be presented, Franks Oscar Mayer :: ;> : 99c 10. Cream Cheese "" PO< 39c 10. Sliced Bologna ;.:::' 79cSunnyl'd ,..

and treatment alternative and disposal means of will waste be TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNYOU receipt General of Contractors$40.00, two: sets Upon of SausageHo.; : :; sp 10. : Low Cal Yogurt a.Ho IIIIHH, ruTi 05 23c 0. : Fish Portions "". .. 99c 10,

discussed. ARE HEREBY notified plans and specifications will be Hormel Franks : 99c 10. NAN '. *l .. ,
Petition : Cottage Cheese :: c.:; 59c 4 : Cooked Ham 'IJO g.
that a under oath, copy forwarded collect. If plans and
City Council of which is delivered to you specifications are returned in Roll Sausage "o..,:? '" 59c 10' Sour Cream .,.os" ::. 49c 0. I Spare Ribs ,'':/: aO': :, 79c 10,
City of Starke Fla. herewith, has been filed in the good condition, within ten days
Merrill Edwards, above styled Court for the after receipt of bids, the full Beef For Stew o.o, Gfl: ::::':..CIt s11' 10' : Daisy Cheese .oHO0iON" sr' 10. : Cooked Ham : '. c \P' JO,

City Clerk permanent commitment of deposit will be refunded. Meat Loaf Mix'5'.r": i r' 79c ioi : Cheese Spread ;" OGi 99c 10. Cottage Cheese .a "o. .
1 18 2t 7, 25 CARLOS KEITH JARA. a minor II tONIOM : :: :; 59c .

male child, born May 13, 1969, Subcontractors: Upon receipt of
to a Licensed Child Placing $40 00 of
one set plans and
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Agency for subsequent specifications will be forwarded EveryDayLowPriceBORDEH'S EveryDayLowPriceLYKES EveryDayLowPriceHUNT Every DayLowPrke
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
adoption and you are hereby collect. If plans and _ _
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
commanded to be and appear in specifications are returned in CREMORA BANQUET
BRADFORD COUNTY.
the above Court at Starke, good condition within ten days POTTED SNACK _
CIVIL ACTIONGUARANTY Florida at 1:30 P.M. on the 24th after receipt of bids, $20.00 will COFFEECREAMER FRIED
day of July 1974 and to show be refunded. _*"T"PACK
cause why said Petition should
MEAT6l
FEDERAL PUDDINGS FRUITS CHICKEN
not bo granted. NOTE: All requests for plans and
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION -
WITNESS my hand as Judge specifications shall be made
OF GAINESVILLE
a of said Court and the Seal through the office of the Ar
corporation.. Plaintiff, vs. PAUL 22oz 4PACK20oz 2/l _
thereof this 21st day of June chitect.
KISH and PAULETTA J. -
1974. _
PHILLIPS, (formerly Pauletta J. _
Each bid submitted shall be
Kish) and SLADE HOME
.
SERVICES. Defendant.INC., a Florida Wayne CIRCUIT M. Carlisle JUDGE, check accompanied or bid bond by in a the cashier's amount COMPARE OU DA10.I I:T 1 U.CI '0 V| COMPARE :.':!.: W' COMPARE -;::':?,: ."

corporation 6/27 4t 718NOTICE of Ten Percent the of the Electric bid, Foam Cups .0::.'aD 59c to. I Air Freshner OH SO'H-al,, ,lOll, 69c ION I Stainless Blades WINNSON 3ge: 20.
payable to Clay I
NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY I
Cooperative, Inc. Surety 9" White Plates ...:::.,a." 6ge 10. Instant Tea "i"aol 99c 20. : Dry Look .... ':: DI 9ge 22.

OF INTENTIONTO company shall be licensed to do 9" White Plates .oc.u.II 9ge 10. Butter Beans : 210 Ceritol
To: Paul KishP. REGISTER business in the state of Florida ., iN ON.O 2/8ge/ Tablets eo. S2" 20.

O. Box 343 FICTITIOUS NAME and shall be listed by the United Round Bowl O.AXOXO Cl O OTfl I LPANTIV O. I Fish Cakes bOTCHNtuI, 3/s1/ u. Tanya 'D":::::':<:''' SSe III
Stoneboro, Pa. States Treasury Department. I 00 ION
Pursuant to Section 865.09 7/11 2tchg 7/18 9" Design Plates C?MIDI 49c o. 1 Economy Dinners :l r 2/8ge/ 10 Tanya 'U'::'.. D' SSe s's

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Florida Statutes, notice is .>NfV MIDI 20. I '"
an action to the following hereby given that the undersigned NOTICE OF HEARING ON Aluminum Foil II M It 4/S1// Banquet Suppers NI 9ge so. Alka Seltzer "".r"' 57e i.

property in Bradford County, John F. Sherman, PETITION FOR CLOSING AND Aluminum Foil **no"ta* M.OI M slot 1 ,o. I Lambrecht Pizza ; 77e u. Bayer Aspirin '01. 77e 12.

Florida: Route 1. Box( 156.A, Starke, OF ... ....
ABANDONING A PORTION .
Parcel: A parcel of land lyingin Florida 32091 doing business SOUTH GATE REPLAT AS Sandwich Bags ::;,: 49c 10 Utility Size Baggies .cr, 3/s1/ so. : Pepto Bismol ao. 4ge 20.

Section the SW 10 Township 1/4 of SE 7 South 1/4 of under GULF the SERVICE"firm name of Corner"301.100 of PAGE RECORDED 1, PUBLIC IN PLAT RECORDS BOOK OF 3. Sandwich Bags 'A.'cr"'O' 2ge O. I Alka Seltzer WIVOHIOION"5.' 57e So Maalox Liquid s10' 10,

Range 22 East, Bradford Temple Avenue and Madison BRADFORD COUNTY. Pantry Pride Ei i 79c o. I Balsam : : :' : .
County, Florida; said parcel Street, Starke, Bradford FLORIDA AND BEING MORE Cups Is Bayer Aspirin '101. 77e u. Conditioner : : 7ge a.

being more particularly County, Florida. 32091, intendsto PARTICULARLY DESCRIBEDAS
described as follows! : register said fictitious name EASTWARD AVENUE AND
Commence at the SW Cornerof under the provisions of aforesaid AN ALLEY LYING BETWEEN
said Section 10, and run in an
statues. LOTS 5 AND 6 OF BLOCK 1. IN
Easterly direction, along the John F. Sherman,sole owner. SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 6
Southerly boundary thereof, a .Dated this 9th day of July, A. SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST.
distance of 3415.5 fee, more or O. 1974 at Starke, Florida. / I
less to the Westerly boundary 7/11 4t 8/1 Ir'I
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CLASSIFIED AIJ RATES: FOR ,
SALE: 1 David Brown 1200 I
tractor, 1 6ft. Bush FOR SALE: 68 Chevy Nova II, 6 $ GORDON BRASINGTON INSURANCE
Deadline for insertion mower 1 5.ft Tandrum Hog Cyl. Clean. Sonny Tenly. 5 acre farm block fenced.house mobile SAYE5FRED AIR CONDITIONINGBe CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE AT REDUCED RATES
cleared
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Tuesday Noon preceding Haram, 1 root rake, 1 12,000- Phone 9647015. Itchg 7/18 home HEATING CO. S\LES&SEltVICE
before AUTO FIRE BOAT
Thursday DAVIS ,
publication. -
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Minimum Charge capacity trailer. All in 8 acre chicken farm HamptonNew COMMERCIALREFRIGERATION "'ineBt'1t'ctionof Used Cars
$2.00 good condition. 964-6391. ltpFOR GMC TRUCKS Taken On Cadillac Trades DOYLE E. CONNER
(Covers 15 Words) //10 FOR SALE: 1967 Chevrolet
Each word over 15 -- Camaro. 3 speed transmisisonin homes, low down paymentAll BUICK PONTIAC"A MOBILE HOME SERVICEINSTALLATION 2001 NW,13th GAINESVILLE 37K-5301 INSURANCE AGENCY
-- --- LITTLE RIDE TCHC
CAN
10 cents floor. Bucket seats, radio
SALE: Twin stroller, high and heater. $450. Phone 964- size acreage, with termsFREDSACKETTREALTOR SAVE YOU A LOT" TF AND

Ml Classified! Ads must be chair, changing table. Also 8089. 1tp 7/18 GREEN COVE SPRINGS SERVICE ON ALL MAKES

paid for in advance unless you lovable male puppy, free to ----------- BOB GORDON
205 N. (US-301))
have an established good home. 9647044. Up Temple FASHION
account JIMMY MOORE'S CAREERLIKE
7/18 FOR SALE: 1962 Ford Galaxie 964-6522 STATE CERTIFIED
with the Telegraph in
that
- 5004-door,Automatic with air Nrte468-1753 Sun MASTER H.A.R.V. TO OWN" A DRESS SHOP?
event 50 cents extra -- -- SportsMORE
chargefor
Not and radio, trailer hitch. All LICENSEDINSURED ALL NAME BRAND LADIES'WEAR FACTORY FRESH LATEST STYLES
billing. FOR
responsible for SALE: 6 by 9 linoleum like
tires new, clean
in BOAT
very FOR
errors when given over the 83,50, 9 by 12 $5.98, 12 by 12 good running condition. $150or YOUR MONEY TF YOUR CUSTOMERS SAVE UP TO 50%

phone or when copy is not $11.95 and 12 by 15 $1494 best offer. Call 4963209. 440 ACRES BRADFORD Complete Inventory. Beautiful Redwood
typed ami brought to the of- STARKE PH 964-5791 PHONE 473-4777
up. DAHMERS DISCOUNT. 1tp 7/18 COUNTY LAND Fixture3.Complete Training Program

tfchg ------------ Two State Roads BOX 266 STARKEON
running COMPLETE OUTBOARD Bt RT 3 VERY HIGH EARNINGS

- -- FOR SALE: 1973 Chevrolet through the tract. Price STERN DRIVE SERVICE HY. 1OO. 5 MILES SO. INVESTMENT 12.50O

fice.r Impala. Call 9647306. Bet- down$1100,.00 terms per acre on ,balance.29 percent AND REPAIR OF STARKE If VISIT OUR STORES...TALK TO OWNERS CHOICE AREAS AVAILABLE
Sam. and
FOR SALE J ween 3pm. 1tp __ __ u COMPLETE FIBERGLASS MR.
7/18 REPAIR GARBAGE CANS:'; Staplers CALL COLLECT TODD..904/396.1707
MISCELLANEOUS 3 2
BR Masonry.
baths
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CUSTOM BUILT FIBER 3M: tape and tape dispensers -
FOR SALE: 1967 Ambassador Cent. heat/air. Family room GLASS'FISHING' BOATS t'olumar Pads Index! P.O. Box 26009. Jacksonville, Fla. 32218

FOR SALE Registered Angus DPL, power steering, brakes, large lot, excellent location. cards and many more 81p 7/18
automatic transmission, radio, $30,000.00. Terms. home, office and school
cows. Heifers and bull calves. STARKE CYCLE CENTER, 207 air, excellent condition. - supplies. The Office Shop.

J.B. White. Ph. 9646114 or N. Temple Ave. Ph.964-6020, Dewey McKinney 9646930.1tp frame House 4 Lots, Cor. PumpsNew

9646775tfchg.- Your authorized HODAKA 7/11 Paved Sts., in Starke. Price
PRICES ARE GOING SKY HIGH
- dealer tfchg. $16,000.00. Terms
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GARAGE SALE: Washer, lawn ----- - -

mower, electric stove, BILLS HOME FOR SALE: 1966 Olds 88 Air, 49 Lots one Sub-Div., 95 in On All Types of Mobile and BaseC.

childrens' backyard gym set, SERVICE: Bectrical REMODELING, P.B., P. S., New paint. Good other Sub-Div. City Utilities PARTS and B. Equipment
plumbing -
clothes, etc. 518 N. Water St. and tires. $450 cash. Phone 964- available. SERVICE *

Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 1tp service. If its carpentry.in the home Fast we 6505. 1tp 7/18 - DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS Building MaterialsWE SHOP AND SAVE AT BILL'S
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7/18 do it. Call 964 8087 4tp 7/25 Property Management 6 BUILD

-- ---- -- -- -.. ---- Appraisals.A. Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT Before Prices Go Up
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YOUR
PLANS OR OURS
FOR SALE: Silver Queen Sweet EXPERIENCED Wallpaper J. THOMAS: Realtor
Corn, $2.00 bushel David hanger Earl Muse. Free t HELP WANTED 021 :N.: WALNUT: : SERVICEON YOUR LOT OR OURS' WE HAVE LINEAR AMPLIFIERSBill

Wainwright. State Road 16, 2 estimates. Phone 431-1414 1 Tel. 961-6162 FREE ESTIMATES
Miles East of Starke. Phone before 5 p.m. 964-7535 after 5 ALL MAKES Makes Outdoor Plexiglass Advertising

9648479 Itp 7/18 pm. lip 7/18 BK,\NCII:'; OFFICE PHONE 964-7061 REMODELING REPAIRS Signs As Well As Painted Signs
Law Florida Also Home of Magnetic Sign Co.
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HELP WANTED Professional
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FOR SALE: For quick sale 1 LOSE WEIGHT: Safely and fast office. Some of the work is Lillian C.I t'arson/\ssoclatl' DurrancePUMP HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
TH 7112-llIlIfI: ( -Ie! flllt-flllI: BILL'S Ce BI RADIO AND EQUIPMENT
repossessed
Kirby complete with X-11 Diet Plan, 300. tedious and some typing is TRADED
with attachment and REDUCE required. You must enjoy ft SUPPLY CO.
Excess
Fluids with
shampooer. '74 model. Young X-Pel working with people. Prefer I ACREAGE FOR SALE 944-8344 Starke, Florida
300. Money Back 864-N.TEMPLE AVE
Kirby Co. 117 N. Walnut. Guarantee Koch Drug. over age 30. Reply to "W" 964-6853 I 321 North Temple Avenue

Phone 964-8787. Itchg 7/18 7/25 Drawer A, Starke, Fla. Itchg Your
15tchg
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Real Estate : :Notebooks: ___
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LOTS Zoned for mobile homes ---- -------- :.Memo pads envelopes, -- --ww

and houses. Several sub MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also HELP WANTEDProductlon: Broker markers, adding machine and

divisions to choose from. Only mobile home hurricane an- workers wanted for sawmill. cash reg. paper. The Office Sewing Machine MANAGERTRAINEESBradford

$95 down. Monthly payments choring and mobile home roof Apply Coastal Lumber Co., Buy Sell-( Trade Shop.

to suit your budget. Ph. 468- coating. Olin's MOBILE Home Maxville Ra. Ph. 289-7261. RepairAll

1551 or 9648331. tfchg. Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. Itchg 7/18 AppraisalsCALL makes cleaned oiled and I Location
Starke, Fla. tfchg ------------ BILL POWELL
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United FarmAgencyInc adjusted, $7 All work guar-
FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars - - HELP WANTED: Part time atHardee's. REAL 964-6464 ESTATE anteed. James Strickland, Recipe for Success

made in Japan by Gibson now SAWS SHARPENED, work Also management Morgan Road and SR-16 Ph.

at Dahmers Discount. tfchg guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or 7/11 trainees.2tp718MEDICAL Apply in person. ASSOCIATES: REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER 964-8733 or 7823189.
- - leave at Jackson Building tfchg Basic Ingredients
------------ Ralph
TV Color picture tubes only $79 Supply, Starke or Keystone Bryan PAUL FAULKNERBROKERIRENE

plus labor. Dahmers Discount Heights. tfchg. TECHNICIANS 964-6208 FAULKNER-ASSOC. 1. The ability and intelligence to maximize your po-
tfchg - - FOOD SERVICE IN- ROBERT FAULKN ER-ASSOC. SL'l'ER1'ISOIt: tential.

- - HOUSE PAINTING: Interior, STRUCTORS $7.725.60 Bob Milner LOUISE MCRAE-ASSOC. Permanent position,
40 hour week
annually -
FOR SALE: Used Air Con Exterior. Hourly or by con- good starting salary 2. The dedication and attitude required to demonstrate
and half for 40 2305
time over hours 9646026Acreage N. TEMPLE AVE.
ditioners from 8.000 to 24,000 tract. Estimate gladly given. liberal company your ability through hard work.
male STARKE. FLA.
BTU at 301' Bargain Center 1st class workmanship experience 964-5O65 benefits will tram
necessary. OJT approved for -1 to 109 WANT TO SELL OR BUY Mechanical aptitude The to .
Also refrigerators and guaranteed. Call Lonnie 3. aggressiveness necessary pursue your career
Roberts qualified veterans. CON- Bradford & Alachua REAL ESTATE? desirable but not objectives on a long term basis.
washing machines, new and Raiford. Fla. 431- TACT: Personnel Manager,
used stoves. New and used 1768. 7/11 4tp 8/1 Florida State Prison, P. 0. NEW 3 BR, 2 Bath-Cen- CALL US FOR BEST PRICES required.

furn.ture. Many more things. -- ---- ----- -- Box 747, Starke, Florida tral Heat and Air, Carpet on PROSPECTS WAITING TFCHG 4. A company that has position openings and a

1tp 7/18 IF YOU HAVE|junk cars that you 32091. Telephone: 904964- wooded high-dry acre lot, Southern\ood. working environment that recognizes and rewards
----- ------- butside city. Two to choose Piedmont Co.MMI results.
want moved or scrap iron, Call 8125, Ext. 321 1t 7/18 '
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( ) N. ('outer St.
1 milk 2 Jr. Reames 964-7730 or 964- from. Adult Mobile
FOR SALE baby
: goat -
Baldwin. 'Ia. 3ZZ:11: Mix all of these ingredients in our two-week training
nannie goats, 6 months old. 8477. 7/11 31JJ 7/25 3 BEDROOM 2 bath C. B.
doses of
constantly adding large experienceand
Home ParkIN program
4681129. 7/18 ------- - Equal Oporlumly Employer ,
$100. Phone and Air Carpet -
with Heat II knowledge; the final product Is
2tp 7/25. NEED CHILD CARE Will I r WANTEDWANTED beautiful in Starke. ISx 30
J CITY LIMITS S3O A MONTH
--- -- ---- --- babysit in my home 2 to 3 family room with fire place. ..---------

children on a weekly basis. WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD Cash & Carry Tires "You"Ready

WATSON'S Anywhere from 7 a.m. to 6 Nice 3 BR 1 Bath CB in Excellent GROCERY AND NEW

HOUSE VACUUMS p.m. Will furnish meals and Location SHOPPING CENTER 412 E. CALL To Grow With Us?
snacks, clean surroundings. Used furniture NO PETS TF
Many brands of new vacuums Please call: 9646382. Itchg refrigerators, washers Dahmer's Beautiful Building and mobile JO-LU COURT \ TIRES If you have the basic ingredients, please call

$39.00 up. Used machines 7/11 Discount House tfchg home lots inside and outside I t /) FRONT END
all - - city. U.S. 301 SOUTH COLLECT for interview appointment:
from $10 Expert Repairs --- - - &

makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor NEED A SEAMSTRESS? Will T & T WRECKAGE Junk cars PHONE 964-881O
Want to have one built? We BRAKE SERVICE DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL
Built
in
all vacuums. make good quality' custom and scrap iron Day night -
central vacuum cleaning fitting clothes' for men. weekend Phone 964-8217. can help you there also. 964-5800 Eagle Family Discount Stores, Inc.

systems 712 N. Main, women, children. 9646722 7/18 4tp 8/8 UNITED FARM AGENCY. INC QUALITY TIRES 8
3767110. TF 7/25 - -- -- CHECK WITH US 688.9651 Extension 22 61 or 74
7/4
Gainesville 4tp WE MAY HAVE WHAT Reg. Real Estate Broker SERVICE FOR LESS ((305)) ,
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YOU WANT Faulkner Broker An Equal Opportunity Employer, MFAn
FOR SALE: Singer golden touch LET US HELP YOU Irene Faulkner Assoc. TFN
and sew orig. cost $469. desk HOUSES FOR SALEFOR BUY, SELL,TRADEI Robert Faulkner -- Assoc. -- Equal'Opportunity Employer

model make all fancy stitches, r FOR RENT ] Louise McRae Assoc.

button holes, blind stitches,
etc. Bdl Due$144 or$12 a mo. 2305 N. Temple Ave.

Call Gainesville 3731071.711 SALE-BY OWNER 3 BR, A Starke, Fla. 964-5065 2698 11 I /1/1 "

2tp 7/18 FOR RENT: House trailer on 2 bath CB. with central heat, .. WANT TO SELL OR BUY oLike view
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Griffis Loop. Phone 964-8245 A/C and carpet. On beautifulacre REAL ESTATE? RLUSTAX&TAG

FOR SALE: All sized carpet, or 964-5690. Fran Taylor Itp lot, in choice location just -.-

shag, commercial, high-low 7/18 outside city. Call 964-5457 or HODAKASAlfS .ilt.d Call Us For Best Prices PAINTINGCONTRACTORS
301 Bargain Center. 1tp 7/18 -- ------- 964 6208. \ Prospects Waiting; tfchq

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FOR RENT: Furnished two BR SIMVICI
FOR SALE: 1963 MGB $600, apartment $90 mo. $35 HOUSE FOR SALE: 2 BR frame

also 2 fender telecaster guitars security deposit. 964-8243. home, large carport and utility BANDIT ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS

$100 each, and one fender 1tp 7/18 room. Located off 301-N. MOTORCYCLE of StarkeSpecializing
bassman 200 watt amplifier
--------- --- outside city. Call 9645000.
$150. Contact M. C. Kersey at SPECIAL 1972
FOR RENT: Two Air Con- Itchg 7/18
Floral Motel, Room 5. 1tp
ditioned cottages on KingsleyLake. ------------ 450 HONDA

7/18 Phone after 6 p.m. 533- 964-5148 in Commercial
FOR SALE 3 bedroom WAS
house.
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2366. tfchg. NOW 1895COMING
Full breed 798 W. Pratt St. Phone 964- '995 8 AM.-9.A.M.
FOR SALE: ------------
Chihuahua puppy. 356 N. 8006._Itp 7/18 12 MIDNIGHT 1 A.M. Custom Painting
FOR RENT 3 bedroom -- ---------
Temple Ave. or Call 9645091. : unfurnished SOONA
Itp 7/18 house. 9646841Itchg FOR SALE: 1974 Double wide 24 964-7959 Ewa .

---- -y------ 7/18 x 60 Brigidiere Mobile Home 2 Full Line of Jawa
FOR SALE: Beautiful finger-tip ------------ BR, 2 Baths, den, large kit- 2 P.M. 5 P.M. 376-4551 Residential painting also at

bridal veil with tiera headpiece FOR RENT: Furnished 1 chen and dining room. & CZ Motorcycles 4222 NW 13th St.

dotted with tiny seed pearls. bedroom apartments all Washer and Dryer cent. heat 1310-9/29 Gainesville
Used once. Good as new. electric, air conditioned and air cond. Moving, must 125-350cc Street Bikes reasonable prices

935. Phone 473-2210. carpeting, tile bath with tub. sell. 431.1911.7/11 2tp 7/18 also
No children ----------
All --
or
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$135 per mo. 473-3096. 7/18 Red FrameMotocrossers MOBILE HOME SALES .
FOR SALE: 75 HP Chrysler 7/25. OLINS
engine, IS ft. boat and trailer. 2tp 'OR SALE: Notebooks PH. 964-M04 All Brands of Paint Available :
----------- HWY. 100 W.
Good condition. Kids lost Memo pads, envelopes .* ..UI
interest. Must self. 4732210. I FOR RENT 12' wide mobile markers, adding machineand "'T- l'( Sherwin Williams Pittsburgh
tfchg homes outside city limits. J.B. cash reg. paper. The 10% OFFon
Office Shop. LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED Be Suntec-Ace
White. Ph. 9646114.
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FOR SALE, Registered Angus answer call 964-8775. tfchg. COMBATWOMBAT REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD
cows and yearling bulls also r r r--- Tr .r. CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE .

Angus Semmiental Cross FOR RENT: Furnished 1 BR For Sale TF Large Selection of WallPaperalso
Calves. Clifford Martin,
Apartment suitable for This Week Only
Lawtey, Fla. Phone 964-7145. bachelor. No pets or children. 4 Br. Frame I,-,S S e e e e e a e e e e a e a1 Available for Commercialor
7/11 3tp 7/25 Phone 964-5884. Itchg 7/11
BRING THIS ADV. IN FOR
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FOR SALE: All sizes of On 1 Acre With Trees FREE : -- We Mow All Size Lawns- :

masking tape. The Office HODAKA DECAL i .
Shop AUTOMOBILESUSED Priced forImmediate Edge Trim & Fertilize
I Full HIM e/ Ho4k a Ch rr l I I
motorcyclM. atfe Our OaOrnntf Lawns & Flowers Written Contracts References
GARBAGE CANS Staplers Sale tar all'Min"m:'ut*)! -hid. Part model.STARKE ** :"'Mn.t I I
3M and dispensers
tape tape '
I .card 864-7828 .' 954.8593'Georg. ; Free Estimates .
Colnmar Pad.. Index FOR SALE: 1972 Monte Carlo CYCLE I I
and home, office.and
more
many
school supplies. The 464 Custom C.I. loaded posl-traction- 25,000 factory ml. Robert CENTER I 964.8440 After 6 P.M. I FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL:

Office Shop. tape, air full power more. Real Estate 307 N. Temple Stirk I Green's Lawn Service
Orig cost $6,000. Sell for I
NO IIUNTING -SIGNS: For Starke Florida 964-5236
sale and rent signs. The Office -3000. 964-5885. Itp 7/18 964-6020 I I I 21.7118July
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I Drowning Victim, Obituaries Community I News ELIZAB THG"ENSWALKER


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Roy TurnerRoy SCHOOL NEWS from the kitchen Saturday. Mt. Moriah United asked to please do so in orderto
!l.onnie Ford Smith 18. of Witnesses to the incident l+ i Adult Basic Classes are In Sunday services start with Methodist Church, Rev. Willie be eligible to vote in the
i ol urn bus, Ohio was identified List Thursday ulternoon progress for the benefit of Sunday School at 9:30.: Mor- Stitt pastor. Sunday School, 10 General Election.St. .
staled --- Vinson Turner, 85 persons who are in need of improvement Worship at 11. Dinner John's Church,
as the young man oho that Ihevictimswam 50 ning a.m. Morning Service at 11. Baptist
,drowned I last Thursday in }Viirds out into the lake and d.t; formerly of Starke, diedThursday in academic skillsor served at 12:30.: Evening Pleasant Grove United Lawtey, Rev. Willie Huffman
11\pr Lake IUMIMeliose, turned around He disapx'ared tB.rU.aCQ..Q July 11, in a driving skills. Whatever the Service, 6pm.Sunday Methodist Church.Rcw. Willie pastor. Church School will be
,ll'lurdin the( Bradfordln'iTifl's l ( in water about 25 feel Valdosta, Ga. hospital afteran need is, it can be met. For in- July 28, will terminate Stilt pastor. Sunday School, 10 held at 10 a.m. Sunday.
t to deep alter turning back extended illness. Born in formation call 9646150. our annual Women's a.m. with Leo DeSue, superintendent Morning Worship at 11.
smith was identified by toward the shore Fort White on Oct. 7, 1889, he Day program drive. At 11 a.m. in charge. Afternoon Evening Service, 3 p.m.
< liiirles I 1.. (Curtis a member was a retired bookkeeper anda VISITINGPfc. ; Rev. G. G. McArthur and con service, 3pm. Bible Class is Prayer Meeting Is held each
"I I the Supervisory Stair of theI Opportunities for Service: member of the New River Deborah Jean Walker, gregation from High Springswill held each Tuesday night at Wednesday at 6 p.m.
I unninu Center f lor Youth in t Kustace I Kelley, who saw Sunday--Sunday School, Baptist Church. daughter of Rev. and Mrs W be in charge of services. 7:30.: Prayer Meeting each The annual Women's Day
i >hio ll'Ul11hich Smith had the victim go under identifiedthe 9:45: a.m; Morning Worship Surviving is one daughter, II. Walker, is home on leave Dinner will be served at 1 p.m. Thursday night. observance will be held
i mi .111.i>'. Smith had left the exact spot where Smith Service, 11 o'clock, guest:! Mrs. Mary Ella Hardee, of from Carlisle War College, At 3 p.m. Mrs. Mary Murphy Greater Allen Chapel AME Sunday, July 27. All women
I I iininn Center on July 2. was v.is last seen A young child speaker Rev. Richard North Carolina; one son, Pa. and will leave for Frank- Lee will be in charge of ser Church Rev B. C. Williams are asked to please try and
inuiul drowned' July II, and with I Kelley summoned aid Barber, Superintendent of Robert Turner, Houston fort, Germany. She has vices. pastorSundaySchool,10a.m.Morning fulfil their obligations.
''''l'lIlllil'd July 10 and returnedMth a sailor. Missions New River Baptist Texas; two sisters, Mrs. Mary earned the classification of E- New Bethel Baptist Church, Service at 11. At 3
I one clue lo the l>o'sli'iiliK Unbolt Drake, visiting his Association; Church Training, E. Britt, Eugene, Ore., and 3 in nine months of service. Rev Leroy Davis pastor. The p.m. the Choir Union will be FILING: : CABINETS: : Type-
'(' was a la too of them i( lather at the lake.Drake 6:15: ; Evening Worship, 7:30( Mrs Carrie Dowling, She has been in the service 13 District Sunday School and held at Greater Allen Chapel.All liter stands, desks, chairs
lah.',,I. S.''in shield on his sermon by Rev. Richard Jacksonville; and ten grand- months. BTU Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai members asked to attend. und safes. We can "I'Il'r" | | ughl shouklor. DeputyI I swam to t the location Barber.MondayGirl's. children. The grandchildren of Rev Missionary Baptist for >'Oll.( The Office Shop. Ph.
and Mrs. W. II. Walker, of
Funeral services were heldat Association, Rev. Leroy Davis
I 1"1' Denlon said. pointed out Ensemble REGISTER TO VO'lEAll !III.J-GIOj.: ;
by and
Kelley 10 a.m. Saturday in Jones North Carolina, are makingan moderator, will be held at
Practice, 6'30 Youth interested citizens who
the : p.m.:
:AS:: ::.:.:::.::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::.:::::::::::::::..:;:::::: : water pulled body Irom the Choir, 7 o'clock.TuesdayChildren's. Memorial Chapel with Rev. extended visit here this New Bethel Baptist Church, are not registered to vote are 1UC I PENS.: The Office Shop.
: Lonnie Parker summer. A local
conducting. 1721.
Music July programwill I II!) cents and 25 cents.
i\|\ Card Of Thanks | Activities, 2 o'clock.WednesdayFamily. Interment was in Crosby Lake be held Wednesday night,
Smith's body will be sent tolIland. Night Cemetery under direction of CHURCH NEWSGreater Rev S. J. Brown, president.All OOOOppOOOOOQOOOOOOOC
&fS&tittS8ffffifTHANK:: :::: :::::::::: ::::::: : :::::;::::::::::::::;::::::::::: for burial, Supper, 6 o'clock; Hour of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Bethel Freewill members are asked to
:\ ; :Michigan
liaptist Church, Rev. Jasper cooperate with this activity. DeWitt C. Jones
Power
YOU NOTE according to Denton "His and R.A, 6:30:
Williams
pastor. Weekly Kbenezer Baptist Church
will Teachers and Officer .
sister name unknown Home.W.
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I lilt" !family, of Gary J Prevatt make the burialIIl'rangcml'nb Meeting, 7-15: ; Church Choir RaulersonWilliam services began with Tiny Tots will hold worship services on
Board
and Ushers No. 2
.'shcs. 10 express our ap and/ she seems Practice, 8 o'clock.ThursdayVisitation,7. Senior Sunday, July 21. Everyone is Funeral Home
meeting Monday night. invited to attend the convention -
i idtion for the many prayers lu be the only living blood p.m. Choir met
',,0(1 flowers during the greats relative he has" stated BEN P. BRYANT Pastor E. Raulerson, 72, of Tuesday, night. at Bethel.Mt. STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Pisgah AME: Church,
,, of our loved one Such Denton Starke, died Friday. July 12, the
night. Thursday night Rev. J. B. Franklin pastor
in a Gainesville hospital afteran
ii'H'sbes! and thoughtfulness HOSPITAL 6EDS.
Record Summer Ladies Circle will meet at the Services begin with Sunday WALKERS.WHEEL CHAIRS
extended illness. He was
ni i iii-vur be forgottenThe a 1 ft CRUTCHES
home of Mrs. James Prince.
School at 10
a.m. Morning
Authorities at present do retired farmer and a member
Enrollment At of the Baptist Church. Friday night Prayer Band Worship at 11. Afternoon KEYSTONE. HEIGHTS
E M Prevatt Family not know here or with u horn at home of Mrs.
meeting Service. 5 Visitors
Surviving are three foster p.m
''I Smith was staying. will be sold PHONE
Dinners 4733176Sawyer
Prince.
Santa Fe JCGAINESVILLE children, Mrs Nettie Nor- always welcome.

sworthy, Starke; Mrs. Evelyn .
; During Brown, Lake City; and Leon ----------------- ----------- -------

early registration for Santa Sweat, Ocala; two brothers,
Ke Community College's noncredit Nathan and Dan Raulerson, Slade
courses, the enrollment both of Starke; one sister, -
I figure for the summer quarter Mrs. Nita Todd, Lake Butler;
surged to a record for that and 14 foster grandchildren.

term. Funeral 2:30: p.m.services Sunday were, July heldat 14, Gas & Rip Conditioning J

1 1l Though this preliminary en- at Elzey Chapel Cemeterywith
rollment of 2,143 students for Rev. Neal Starling
the current quarter represents conducting, Interment
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number of students to register

during the first two weeks of Ruby Jewell Griffis, /A Heat
classes. 37, of Law ley, died Thursday, Central
Students may enroll for non- July 11, in a Macclenny
credit courses at class
hospital after an extended
locations through the week of illness. Born in Arkansas on
,; July 8. Registration fees for April 26, 1937 she was a &AirLet
classes will be collected at member of the Baptist
that time.
This summer's non-credit Church.Surviving Is her mother, Us Explain Our
offerings include 246 sectionsof Mrs. Autie Mealer Brewer of

YOU ARE INVITED 163 different courses hich Lawtey; one daughter, Mrs. Energy Saving System. .
range in subject matter from Brenda Lee, Starke; two sons,
EVERGREEMVACATION BAPTIST CHURCH "Home Interior Decorating"to Gerald and Ronald Griffis,
BIBLE SCHOOL "Theory" and Practice of both of Starke; three brothers, Completely
Magic. Eugene and Otis Brewer, both _
JULY 22 27 9:00: A.M. 12: NOONAGES Officially, the summer term of Lawtey, and Leon Brewer, Installed
for both credit and non-credit Middleburg; two sisters, Mrs.
THREE TO 15 classes begins on July 1 with Marie Crawford, Lawtey; and
t classes for the fall term Mrs. Carrie
Greer Poplar
FOR INFORMATION CALL 964.5627 scheduled to start on Sep. Bluff, Ark.Funeral %390
tember 18 services were heldat -

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Memorial Chapel with Rev. -_ 2 Ton System
Cecil Crawford conducting.

YOU OVER-DID IT. Cemetery Interment under was the in directionof Dyal Plus AnyNecessary

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