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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 25, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Bradford County Board of Adjustment today (Thursday) JI\' \ '
to be heard ; \v., Indictments were re
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assessment protests
113 tax
with some
1 1:31: ,. turned Tuesday by a
and hopefully ending around 10 p.m. ,
starting at 9 a.m. .' ,
Bradford County grand j1
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Several
A deputy in the taxilssessor's ; deadline Monday. ,.- -
J' / .' jury charging Carl Robert
office said that 194 were withdrawn after being f.'fii0' \ {
protest forms had been given filed, and the last were .!i ..jJfllo. Taylor Jr. with the Nov., ?
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out to applicants but around 70 received by mail Tuesday, but ;',".' .. .., :' 30, 1971 triple killing of
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were not filed with the Clerk of were placed on the agenda ,.;"- J",,'.- ...' ,,,." two Keystone Heights
the Circuit Court before the since they were postmarkedbefore .' Mrs.
midnight Monday. : ; f beauty operators,
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Each protester had been ;'lr'' Bobbie L. Turner, 38,, ?

Record alloted five minutes on the 'f ,.., ,. Patricia Marr, 22, and Mrs.
crowded schedule, and it is Turner's 16-year-old dau
hoped that remarks will be
ghter, Valerie.
fit the individualtime
tailored to ,
Tax RollReported slots Clerk of the Court Harold Davis, serving as
G.S. Brown said. Otherwisethe '.r ,,/ foreman for the 11 man and

schedule will be thrown .j seven women grand jury,
out of kilter, and some -k presented the conclusion of
protesters will be forced to First woman recruited into Co. D. 53 Spt Bt of the Florida National Guard Sp-4 Helen M. the jury Circuit Court Judge
wait beyond their scheduled Gillespie Gainesville takes the oath of office from Capt. Robert Ke>ly, left and Capt. James Wayne M. Carlisle, Tuesday
time to be heard. R. Reddish, commanding officer. She's getting the red carpet treatment as Co. D's first at 5:30: p.m.
There will be a lunch break woman member Miss! Gillespie says. The grand jury met
from 11:40: to 1:30: p.m., and a beginning Monday to consider
In Union one-hour supper break from 7 three cases including the

to 8 p.m. Brown said it is Local Guard Unit"I'm infamous triple murder. : a
LAKE: B\JTLI'H: record possible that some of this time First Woman Joins The affidavits for the first-
be utilized if it becomes; degree murder charges
IHH l! tax roll reflecting value a total of might necessary in order to hear getting the red carpet women. She is just off active Army Corps Band. Three against Taylor and his father- l.a\vtey resident Herman Johnson was a surprise entry
taxable assessment treatment here. The men are duty alter serving two years, battalions of women were in-law, Sherman Raymond :Monday for the District 1 Bradford school board post now
$2:1.1112.775 cerlitii'd: \ :to lor Union/ the County county was and everyone.No action, pro or con, will betaken going all out to make me feel nine months of a three year stationed at McClellan where McCrary, 50, were signed held by incumbent Blaine Thompson and sought by Arthur

it's three municipalities by; by the board on any welcome," says Miss HelenM. enlistment at (Fort McClellan, women outnumbered the men exactly two years after the Gaskins.
I'aAsscasm' Wilford Croft protest heard Thursday. Final (for Mary) Gillespie, a 21- Alabama 4-1">-, bodies were found. The two
action will come at a later year-old Gainesville coed and Miss Gillespie was members of the itinerant
12.
Friday. July assessment meeting, as yet unscheduled the first woman to join the discharged early on the family are suspected in a

values"The show new a 16 percent increase Brown said, however, that if local National Guard unit. condition that she enlist in the The first woman to become string of 22 murders across 13 '

over the! 1973 ligurcs. the tax assessor's figures are D (53d Bn) has had National Guard for one year. a member of the Starke the country. Hopefuls
Co. ( Spt
dollar he (the A customer found the
t'nion County's total taxable cut "even one for women for some ) strange to be National Guard unit is bound
values for 1974 totals, clerk) must fill out a form and time openings, since the Guard began a outnumbered by men," says to come in for some friendly partially nude victims in a
$2:1.182,775: : compared to last send to the State Department to enlist women. Miss Sp-4 Gillespie who will be a razzing, she feels. In fact, storeroom of Nell's Style
>i-ar's value of $,973.25ti.! \ ." rtf Revenue, which has the push Gillespie and the Starke unit records clerk for supply with some of "the boys" have Shop, a combination boutique
(Croft said. linal say-so. together because it is the local unit. At (Fort Mc- already offered to !share their and beauty salon on SR-21 Five
came
(First on the list to be heardis with Miss at between Melrose and
tent Gillespie
last three
ll KIT the years the nearest Guard unit to Clellan her assignment to Seeking
t"xill.Jle'a I UI.S! have been! Miss Norma Canova, of 343 Gainesville that accepts play the tuba in the Women's camp next summer. Keystone Heights.
increased by 37 percent to N. Walnut St. Starke, Missing at the time of the
the assessments up to scheduled for 9 a.m.; j'nd last .murders' was Mrs. Turner's -. ,
bring cash on the agenda is Miss Della daughter, Valerie, who was
'I;-.,..? the value required rate. The 100 per new cent figureslor : Rosenberg, of Kingsl4-y! Lake Cason Shifts Line Up the object of a nationwide
1974! tax purposes also scheduled some 13 hours later, Supt. search until the skeletal PostsThirteen
remains of her body were
include $111)0.000( < ( ) in new construction at 9:55: p.m.Sitting County
in Union County; as the Board of found on Sunday. June 25, in a
the ," Croft Adjustment will be three thickly wooded area just off
during past year
addl' who will
"To the whole of Union George W. Roberts "From an investigative and running for five county Starke.
chair the prolonged hearing; doubt in
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County 320J.519 has been! standpoint there no for in the Last Friday as had been
board seats grabs
added l in taxable value and Ralph Bryan, and Dave duties of band director to The board unanimously my mind that these are the September up 10 primary nine expected, two incumbent
last year's millage rate of 8.2 Shuford; and two School that court order did another member of the staff," adopted the amendments on two men who committed the competition for school board members
nulls can be rolled back to Board members, Arthur was to provide for a new explained Supt. Jimmy Cason motion of member Ray Powell crime," Sheriff Reddish said providing three school board seats and already facing competition,
2) \llolliday and Rodney P. Hall. hearing for Rue and Clarke, lo the Union County School and the second of Thomas last November and repeatedthe four making races for both qualified for re-election: H.A.
(See Page
The of protests, restore them to the .
wave and Board, at a special meeting Mobley. statement Tuesday."As commission posts. Lawson, completing his 24th
greatest in Bradford County'shistory ; positions previously held butit Wednesday, July 23. The two actions by the far as I'm concernedthe county year on the school board,
followed release of also presents us with a board, in effect, vacated the hunt is over as to who didit qualified for a seventh term in
RegistrationRush 1975 tax assessment figures: dilemma since we have "I don't want to in any way. principalship of the Lake ," he added. his District 2 post. He faces
showing property in most already hired a replacementfor shape, form or fashion, be "a Butler Middle School held by After the positive reactionto competition from Mrs Pat '
ReportedA cases doubling or tripling, but Clarke and assigned the party to defy Donald a court Dukes order said., Randy Newland since July 1, the evidence presented by Spengler, a newcomer to
in some instances soaring Member to which he was appointed by the grand jury, the next step is county politics and the only
rush of registrations this even higher under the state's "Neither do I. Right now. the board at a special meeting to bring Taylor to Bradford woman candidate this year.
- week has brought the total new "cash value" demands. we are in the process of redrafting held July 17, and established a County where he will have the Mrs. Spengler is a former
number of qualified voters inBradford Total taxable values in the HamptonYouth our organizationalchart salary for his new position as opportunity to enter a plea to teacher s aide.
County to 5,544 county increased from to make provisions for a Supervising Principal. Thevacancy the three counts of murder -School Board Chairman
through Tuesday Supervisor: $60.152,555 on the 1974 roll to change in personnel and their created by the against him. Reddish said. Seeber D. Goodman, 52,
of Elections Nl.va'Iynn! ( said 112804.606 on the 1975 roll. duties and included in that reorganization transfer will enable the boardto No problems are an qualified for re-election to his
yesterday.This Taxpayers whose new is a newly restore Bruce Clarke to the ticipated in bringing the District 5 post. Seeking a third
is a gain of 365; regis assessments are not more created position of Supervising position formerly held before defendant to Starke from the term, Goodman faces three
trations over the low figure of than doubled will escape a Principal. His duties the tiling of the lawsuit San Quentin Prison in challengers in Maurice Edwards -
:5.179 on March\ 1 following large tax increase if millagesare will involve supervision in two against the school board as California where he is Jr. William G.
purging of the books. rolled back approximately CriticalJames schools, the Lake Butler defendants.In currently serving time, i Graudons and J. T Parrish.I .
Mrs. Flynn reminds later 50 percent, which now seems Elementary. Grades K3. and order to make provisionfor Reddish said Tuesday.
qualifiers that the books will apparent. But even this the Lake Butler Middle the board's complianceSupt. Extradition of Taylor will
remain open until 5 p.m. rollback will not solve the Von Kendall 18, of School grades 4-8," Cason Cason recommendedand begin immediately with(
Saturday. July 27, when they problem of those whose new \Hampton, is in a critical con- said. the board adopted an Assistant State Attorney i
will be closed until after the assessments are more than dition from injuries received "Will that be doing v.halthe from 159 to 161 for Kenneth Herbert handling the
increase i
September primaries. doubled. when his motorcycle crashed court .order says?!" asked instructional personnel. One correspondence with i I :
i
The County Commission into the side of a city utility Dukes. administrative position and California authorities. ; e:1:
.. and the City of Starke have service truck, Tuesday. July "Yes, that's what I want to teacher. Taylor will be brought backto _
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one
!t. --" already announced rollbacks 23 about 7:25: p.m. recommend to you this The administrative positionw Bradford County within the II. A. LawsonSchool ..j ,
: m Il1t fln! @id! of approximately 50 percent,, According to Lt. Scotty morning. The transfer of w provide for the board's re- next 30 days in custody of Board
;:" : ? ;: and the School Board has Rhoden of the Starke Police Randy Newland as principalof storation of Bruce Clarke and Sheriff Reddish and Investigator.
m tentatively approved 5.497 Department two employees of the Lake Butler Middle the teaching position will Johnny Yar- Herman Johnson 29,
::;':' 1 '!5"'a.Ifh : mills as compared with last the city's Utility Department, School to the newly created provide for the future servicesof borough. Lawtey, qualified Monday for
: ., "::?P year's 10, with the stipulationthat Lester Elijah Willingham, 27, position of Supervising Princi- Richard Rue, beginning Reddish says that based on the District 1 school board
: : "" this could be revised of Rt. 3, and Billy Eugene pal of grades K8.' That's the August 19. the interview with Taylor in seat. He will vie with incum-
,_ "7f.. -t upward if the State Department Chambers, 34. of 912 Raiford only way we can comply' with When asked if Rue would be June the case should be bent Blaine Thompson and
":;. :"* of Education ups its Road were enroute to the resi- the order of the court. restored as band director, the disposed of in the next 60 days. challenger Arthur Gaskins.
'M-._-_ -oJ.... estimate of the "local effort" dence of Tom Crawford, 1615 Cason's proposal for position held at the time of his The sheriff made a total of Johnson is the first black to I
U required to obtain almost $4 Raiford Road to answer an Newland's transfer to the dismissal by the board Cason three trips out west during the seek a county office. I
million in state and federal electrical service call at the position of Supervising Principal said no, that the duties had investigation of the Melrose I
funds for Bradford County Crawford residence. was moved by member already been assigned to murder case.
VOTER Schools. The 1967 Chevrolet utility Ray Powell and seconded by Calvert Van S Evers, but the "My position as to the I ''r
REGISTRATIONENDSSATURDAY Final School figures will not service vehicle, operated by Marshall Dobbs and una- had been made to assign Melrose case is that even t,
be known until the tax rolls of Willingham was attemptingto nimously adopted by the way fieldin See 2) ,....,.
in the ( Page
all counties in the state have make a left turn into the board. other which duties he to is Rue certified.On fr.uc't't'tAI J.r.. .......... 4.._

Office Hours been approved, some time in driveway of the Crawford "Now there are several the continued litigation Bill Graudons
8:30-5:30 August. residence when it was struckin other things that must be doneon of the school board in the suit Matters Set School: Board
Friday
Thursday the right side by a 1973 our tentatively adopted them brought by e
And SaturdayAt Honda motorcycle and it's budget that you have already against Bruce Clarke and Richard For Zoning BoardTwo Graudons, 51, who worked
CourthouseCOUNTY Gets Probation rider, James Von Kendall.In approved on July 9 and to. Of Rue Cason requested the seven years for the school
an attempt to avoid course the figures are all still authorization of the board to matters of consider- board system as maintenance'
----- Joseph Edward Marrero,, striking the service truck tentative end will not become hire an additional counselor in able interest will come before supervisor, qualified July 12
-_, BUDGET 18 of Starke, was sentenced to Kendall skidded his motorbikea final until after the public the prosecution of the case, the County Zoning Board at its to make a four way race for
Set two years probation on a distance of 156 feet before hearing on the budget to be saying "I want the authorityto meeting in the courthouse the District 5 school. board
Meeting charge of breaking and en impact held on July 30. I have three hire someone who has had Tuesday night, July 30, at 7:30: seat.
Monday 7:30p.m. tering, by Circuit Judge The collision of the two recommendations for salary experience in these kind of a.m. In the three-way race for the,
CourthouseGOSPELSING Wayne M. Carlisle in Bradford vehicles caused slight injuriesto schedule amendments, the things." Expected to be heard is a District 1 school board seat:'
County Circuit Court here Bill Chambers, the former first of which is to establish a "You've already had one request from Harold V. Smith -Herman Johnson, 29, is a
. ----- Monday, July 22. Chief of Police of Starke, whois '' salary of $15.630 for the law firm to represent you, and for permission to advertise fora Lawtey resident and the son of
:< Marrero and his companion,, now employed by the city' position of principal of) the now are you wanting hearing on rezoning of Cephus Johnson. He served as1 '
Odis Edward Browning, J r. utility department. Chamberswas Lake Butler Middle School. another?" quizzed Dukes. property near the FFA farm, school board trustee, an
Saturday July 27 were charged with breakingand released from the Secondly to set the salary of "What I want is a co- off US-301 north, in order to elective office now abolished
Pine Grove entering the 301 Drive-In Bradford County Hospital $16,250,which Is an addition to counselor. Someone who is permit construction and operation in 196768. Johnson was on the'

Theater on June 11. 1973. after treatment. the budget, of the Supervising familiar with and has had of an auto body shop. board of directors' CUBB
( Browning was sentenced to Kendall, who sustained Principal. The third is just a experience in matters of this Also on the agenda to be discussed Economic Agency 1967-71 and
C..nrr.r two years probation in June, critical body and facial injuries minor adjustment in the kind." Cason replied. Is the matter of a Seeber Goodman served as vice-president in f.
1974. in the crash was transferred salary of the School Health "How much has already property owner on Silver School Board 197071. He Is also a past president -. j',
w1r (Qtlmmutlitg'tatriatlk
} In addition to the from the emergency Coordinator to $9,700. The been paid out in cash for these Lake who has constructed two 'Another newcomer Mark of the Bradford Chapter''' "

; probationary sentence,, room of the Bradford County original calculation was in legal costs?" asked Dukes. residences on one piece of .B. Adkins, 27, of) 'Heilbronn of the National Association for
Marrero was fined $100 in Hospital to the Shands correct. I recommend the "Well I don't know rightorrhand property in apparent violation Springs qualified Monday for the Advancement of Colored

A_ ...... u. attorney fees to be paid at the Teaching Hospital in Gaines- adoption of the salary" but we can get it in of zoning ordinances) Zoning the District 2 county commis- Peoole (NAACP), having held.
T.P .OOO kr direction of his probation ville for further treatment of schedule amendments, (See Page Director L. M. Gaines said. sion post now held by two term (See Page 2) t tf
R4..1 o..oiI -- supervisor. his injuries. Cason said.


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J Chastain Glover Race: l : Starke I
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: (that I from inquiries about qualifying superintendent of main-
position 1919.72; lie tomorrow (Thursday and
is presently a member of the Monday at the courthouse, but tenance for the school systemfor Competition developed for in a 60 vote victory over Billy the Friday, July 25-26)).
Lawtey Recreation Board and did not return to qualify seven years. He has taught one seat on the Starke City Noegel in the 1972 city elec- Group the
heating, air-conditioning, and Commission last Thursday dean ,
a of Church the in Philadelphia Baptist In District 5 school board, refrigeration in the Vo-Tech July 18, when T. Carlton tion."I'm making no promisesbut Glover, 48, first entry in the
t "For. the Lawtey.past several incumbent Goodman is opposed Center for five years, and feels Chastain, 54, entered the race I do want the people to to Group 3 race, says he was
1 have been working with years the by Maurice EdwardsJr. that this experience would be for the Group 3 post vacatedby hI know what's going on at city date. "prompted to seek a seat on
William G. (Bill ) valuable in the maintenanceand Councilman Neil Tucker hall," Schaefer the commission to provide a
and
young my associationwith raudons, and newcomer J.T construction of says. of more efficient organizationfor
the young people leads Parrish. the schools. program Cason Sll fts... Marc Jackson, vice- the city, and to help make
me to believe that the education -Goodman, 52, is the "The schools are spending president of Jackson Builders'Union the utility rates more
system is not meeting present school board chairman hand over fist and I From Page days equitable for all users."
the needs of the students of money 1
Bradford He is seeking re-election don't believe we are gelling Tax Roll... 5pm.
County in
My !goal I c
my campaign and through!( my lor a third term.Standard Goodman( ( Oil is full value for every dollar just a few minutes," Cason : v (From Page 1 27, Glover is president-elect of
. term of l office, if elected will operator of a spent in Bradford County said. It was later revealed same the Chamber of Commerceand
be to constantly be on guard service station on North education," Graudons said. that attorney fees through 7.647 mills to provide the same since has served on the Board of
us to ways to improve and best Temple Ave. in Slarkc !Married to the former Jean June 30 amounted to $2,600 income. Neva Governors for two years. He
meet the educational needs of "I 1 am" running on my own Smith of Newport they have and for the services of a court Of the three municipalitiesLake was on the Chamber board
all citizens of Bradford record Goodman slates "Iwill two children reporter $086 had been ex Butler's 1974 values prior to being transferred to
County, adults us well as (continue lo be con- pended. have been increased to Her Brooksville and supervise the
fair, and
children," Johnson states scientious impartial In county commission Cason was authorized to $3,886,993 compared to last : building of a new Holiday Inn
to the office) and the
In a 2-way, race for the loyal I will to work District 2.: engage the services of a co- year's $3,352,961, an increase 5 there last year. Upon com-
District 2 school board post: iiir people better continue between Mark! B. Adkins, 27, is a counselor by the board, with of $484,032, or 14.43 percent pletion of the Brooksville inn
Incumbent I II!. A. Lawson, schools cooperation and the surprise candidate A Donald Dukes dissenting.In The 1973 millage was 8.326 office Glover was transferred backto
now 72 stated all along that if and closer relations community Hellbronn Springs resident he another item on the mills. The roll-back for 1974 ( : Starke and resumed his
health permitted, he would between parents and is the son of the late Edward agenda the board approved a T, Carlton Chastain will require a millage rate of 5:30: ) Chamber post.
works for Southern change in the time of the 7.858 mills.
Adkms. He
seek another term on the
teachers I will continuouslywork City Council
school board. Lawson for for facilities, Telephone and Telegraph regular board meeting to be The new values in Raiford .. .
many years operated a meat lor better adequate education! and in in Gainesville, and is part held Tuesday, August 13. Chastam, 54, is a 20-year show a rise of$102,944, a 38.84
market on Washington Street keeping with modem times owner of the A & K Feed Storein Previous meetings of the veteran and a captain with the percent jump in 1974 to
in Starke, and is now in the will always keep mind Starke board had been held at the Crash and Rescue Unit of the $367,965 from 1973'S $265,021.
wholesale meat business. He on the problems an of open education. Adkins believes the workingman hour of 8 p.m. The next Cecil Field Naval Air Station The millage roll-back is from
is the doan of the school, now Your children's! education will is being neglected by meeting of the School Board ,Fire Department. A resident last year's 3 mills to 2.503 for
completing his 24th year. be, lirst !government "Working for the will begin at the morning hour of West Lafayette Street in 1974.
In 1970 Lawson was mv concern. public the past 10 years has of 9 a,m. Starke,Chastain is making his The largest increase per-
challenged by Starke insurance -William G. ( Bill ) convinced me of that," Adkins In disagreeing with the time second try for the city council. centage-wise has been in the
nun Julian Mcltae. Graudons. 51, is a native of says. That experience will change of the meeting, Donald He ran third in 1971 for the Worthington Springs munici-
w ho(hen lived outside District Newport, N. Y. and has lived help' him see that county Dukes said. "I am in favor of Group 4 seat now occupiedby pality which shows an Increase -
2 McKae lost, so a challenge! in Starke since 1957! I He movedto government gets more for the keeping it like it is. That's the Commissioner Vernon of 59.52 percent. The
about the validity of the the city in association with tax dollar Adkins says. way it's been done for a Silcox. Silcox polled 739 votesin 1974 values for Worthington
,'lec'lion was not necessary his brother in "'I'l'll'sIarine: -Incumbent George W. number of years and was set the 1971 race, Ernest Allen Springs has been certified at
Suue' that tune school board Ser\ice. Roberts 43, operates George up that way to accommodatethe was second with 429, and $379,216 an increase of
districts have been made the Now employed as chief Roberts Insurance and is a working people who Chastain had 403 votes. $141,493 over 1973's value of
same as county commission engineer at the Bradford real estate agent. Robert is cannot attend a daytime. $237,723. Last year's 3 mill
districts and McKae now 'ounty Hospital lor the past seeking a third term on the meeting" Charles J. Schaefer, in- rate in Worthington can be
i resides in District 2, He made live cars, he was formerly board cumbent Group 5 commissioner lowered to 1.980 mills for 1974
_. In die tn.CII ts... is completing his to provide the same income," I
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Debra Joy Vickery Exchanges Vows I


I With Mr. Chism In Home Ceremony. arrangement of white and f7 64.ide l f71te Jf;; !1


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reception was held in the jfaJyl Wooty Society ,
yard of the Vickery home. --____.__. _____ __u___ __
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The bride's table was
covered with a lace cloth and I IMiss

wedding centered cake with encircled a three-tiered with Birthday Party R. C. BufordsTo Party Given For Janine Gay, Bride Elect Stork Shower

mixed wild flowers. Mrs. Be HonoredOn
Lynn McCullough cut the For Todd Hall Janine Gay, August 17 white arrangement of gladioli For Mrs. Redding
cake. bride-elect, was honored at a mums and shasta daisies.
4aY AnniversaryMr. Coca-Cola party Saturday Mrs Robert Autry assisted in
The bride is a 1974 honor
Little Todd Hall celebratedhis Mrs. Carol Redding was
morning, given by Mrs Don serving.
graduate of Bradford High first birthday Saturday and The hostesses honored at a stork shower
r School. Mrs. R. C. Buford Chitty and Mrs. Lester Crews presented the
afternoon when his parents will celebrate their Golden at the home of the latter. honoree with a place selling in July 20 given by Mrs. Carolyn
Mr. Chism is
a 1970 gavea family party for him at her chosen Redding and Mrs. Gloria Sappat
Wedding Anniversary Sunday The refreshment table was china pattern as a
y, graduate of Bradford High their home on Crystal Lake. afternoon from three to five covered with a white lace memento of the occasion. the home of the latter.A .
7 School is active Naval Reservist
; an blue color motif
Y Out-of-town were Mr. pink and
guests o'clock at a reception and cloth over yellow satin and Fifty guests were invited to
,and is at the
employed and Mrs. Richard Sieg and house call between was carried out in the decor-
Starke U. S. Post Office. open given by their son- centered I with a yellow and the appointed
daughters. Lauren and in-law and daughter, Mr. and hours 10:30: to 12 o'clock. ations. Several games were
Leanne, of Jacksonville.The Mrs. Walter M. King, at their enjoyed by the guests followedby
Pine Groves refreshment table was home at 698 Gene Drive in OES Notice Matt Herres refreshments.The .
4 covered with a checkered Green Acres. hostesses presented the
i Sets Supper, cloth with matching plates All friends and relatives are Starke Chapter, Order of Celebrates 16th honoree with a diaper bag and
and napkins. The younsterswere cordially invited to attend. the Eastern Star will have a accessories as a memento of
given favors of balloons covered dish supper Saturday Malt Herres celebrated his the occasion.
Gospel SingThe and candy. July 27, at 7 p.m. in the 16th birthday Tuesday Guests included Mrs.
Swimming was enjoyed Masonic Hall. All Masons and evening of last week at a swim Redding's mother, Mrs. Ruth
:; Pine Grove Congrega- during the party hours. Birthday Party their families are invited to party and cookout at the Darley and grandmother,
tional Methodist Church will atlend.KelleyCranford. Starke Golf and Country Club. Mrs. Maggie Glisson.JBIRTHS.
I rv hold a Gospel Sing and For Robyn Bryant Malt's parents Mr. and
r Chicken and Rice Dinner Mrs. Herb Herres, were
Saturday July 27, in Raifordon Swim Party assisted} by Mr. and Mrs. Ben
__' -. SR-199 off SR-16. Robyn Kelli Bryant, Moxley.
Wed 27
To
Serving of the dinner will For Karen Glover daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy July The 10 guests enjoyed
Miss Debra Joy Vickery Honnie Kirkland served as
start at 5 and the sing is E. Bryant,celebrated her fifth swimming followed by a
of Mr. and Mrs.Ktlwin best p.m.
daughter
man.
( Glover birthday Friday, July 12, witha The marriage of Miss Dottie cookout the
became the Mrs. Donald to start at 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. W.S. during evening.
Vickery. Rowan attended :
Doris
of
Kelley daughter Mrs.
II, Everyone is welcome to gave a swim party and sightseeing trip and picnic Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
hride of Randall R Chism as matron of honor, atStrickland's at the Jacksonville Zoo. Kelley, and O.C. Kelley of leutrrlvatl
I son of :Mr. and Mrs. Randall wearing a chiffon dress over come! cookout Sunday afternoon also celebrated her Brooker to Robert Terry I Allen Stanwix-Hay announcethe
for their Robyn
It. Chism, all of Starke on red with a silver trim at the Landing birthday with Cranford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Nugentof birth of a daughter, Jane
June 21 at 7:30: p.m. at the waist and cuffs. She carried a Brown daughter, Karen, who was party for Saturday the family at the a William Cranford of Branford Starke announce the birthof Rayeanne, born July 15 in the
: home of the bride. 619! W. bouquet of pink roses. Family celebrating her birthday.The folk home of her grandparents, will take place Saturday, July a daughter, Emily Shuri, on Alachua General Hospital.
Adkins Street. Jessie Bran- The bride given in 13 young and enjoyed Mr. and Mrs R.F. Bryant. 27 at 8 p.m. in the Brooker July 11 at Shands Teaching Grandparents are Mr. and
t son. Bishop of the Church of marriage by her father, worea Reunion PlannedThe swimming skiing a picnic Following the fish fry, bir Baptist Church. Hospital. Grandparents are Mrs. John Shanbarger of
'. Jesus Christ of Latter Day white satin gown with lace supper. thday cake and ice cream All friends and relatives are Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemons Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Allen
E Saints, performed the nup- trim empire waist, chiffon descendants of Jasperand were served. invited to attend. and Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Stanwix-Hay of Jacksonville.
tials. sleeves with satin cuffs Lou Parrish Brown will Nugent, Sr. of Starke. .
The Vickery home was covered with lace. She wore arose hold their annual family
decorated for the occasion cut diamond necklace reunion on Sunday, July 28, in
with arrangements of multi- given to her on her ninth birthday the Community Center at
; colored roses. Mrs. Herbert by her grandparents. Her Worthington Springs. A
,Johnson organist, sister of waist length lace veil was basket lunch will be served at
the groom presented a secured to a white flower 1:30 1 : p.m. All relatives and
1 program of nuptial music. headpiece. She carried an friends are invited to attend. Now'S

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. .PLOP- G UOIJJfJOW- Susan Hilliard Becomes Bride (J.'Mlnat Two Drug Thefts SolvedPolice I

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Keatonof Mr. and Mrs Don Page Miss Louise Stern, an area July 1 12 Of Joseph Leon Reynolds
Waycross, Ga. were were in Jacksonville last counselor for Luzier Chief Jimmy Bowen the Florida State Prison has
weekend guests of Frank Thursday visiting his mother, Cosmetics has returned froma Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Ogden of and Officer Denton DeVoe, signed a written statement
Williams at Crystal Lake and Mrs. Marie Page, and her four day trip to Las Vegas, Pompano Beach were last Jointly the admitting his participation in
Mr. and Mrs Mack Williams.Mr. sister Mrs. Elouise Edmundsof Nev. Miss Stern won the trip Wednesday dinner guests of solution announcedStarkey drug the hold-up drug robbery of
Arlington Va. for herself in a companywide Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cowling. robberies occurring seven and Koch's Drug Store on October
and Mrs. Billy Powell of contest and, while in Las nine months ago on the ad- 20, 1973 and Mitchell's Drug
Mauldin, S. C. will bring Vicki Miss Jean Mundy of Vegas, attended a business Mr. and Mrs. Danny Earleof mission of complicity by Store on December 11, 1973
Williams home Friday after Tallahassee will spend the seminar conducted by Luzier Gainesville were Sunday prison inmate Charles Ed-

her week's visit and will weekend at the Mundy cottageat executives Hotel The MGM Grand for all evening supper guests of Mr. ward Lee 28, of Myrtle Beach, Lee was arrested in
remain with Mr. and Mrs. Lake. was headquarters
Kingsley and Mrs C. L. Cooper.Mr. .
Tallahassee on December
Charney Williams for a week. the trip winners, who also N.C.Lee 30,
at Leila'sDress enjoyed several sightseeingtrips serving a lifetime 1973, following a robbery
Sale Continuing .
and Mrs Charles
at there. Lee's
armed
sentence for robbery attempt com-
and to
excursions scenic
Hamilton returned 132 E. Call
Gary
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Shop I Whatley and son and Mr and in the Tallahassee
locations panion
Tuesday from two months Starke Mrs. C. L. Cooper attended the -------------- Charles
hold-up ,
attempt
tour of England and .
Europe.Mr.
I Gospel Sing in Callahan
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mr. and Mrs A.S. Harrison Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. Nellie Martinez is a Haing was killed in an
and Mrs. Drew Reddish Whitcharee and family of spent the weekend with her 1t patient in the Alachua automobile accident followinga
returned Tuesday from a Melton Iowa were Monday mother, Mrs. R.P. Hipps, in I James Barron and General Hospital following a high speed chase by police
months tour of seven coun visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Garl Waycross, Ga. and attendedthe }M1r Charles Burton attended the heart attack last Friday night. resulted authorities in Lee's there which
capture and
Hipps family reunion..
tries in Europe. They also Mathews funeral of their uncle, I. B. conviction
spent a week with their son Burton in Atlanta last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. II V. Mooty of subsequent for
KM E3 Stan Reddish USN Mr. and Mrs. Barney Sale Continuing at Leila's Miami were Saturday visitorsof armed robbery in Leon

who is stationed in Naples, McKae] have had as visitorsMr. Dress Shop 132 E. Call, -' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- Mrs. Harry Mooty.. County.
Italy. and Mrs. Rex Anderson of Starke
dale were in Eufaula Ala on
Pensacola last Thursday and .:11<.>""" business last Wednesday and

Sale Continuing at Leila's Mr. and Mrs. John Stephensand Mr. and Mrs. Guy Edwardsof t '' Thursday.LTC .
Dress Shop 132 E. Call, Ira Wells of Gulf Breezeon Jacksonville were Monday
V.J. Spengler returned REFRIGERATOR"IS
Starke Friday visitors of Mrs. E.C. Dukes. : OUR
Saturday from two weeks'active

Mrs. W. F. Herlong spent Mr. and Mrs. Herbert duty in Washington, D. WELL-STOCKED
Thursday to Monday with Mr Mrs. O.L. Hayncs Sr. has Thomas attended the reunionof C.

and Mrs Mark] Herlong at been visiting her granddaughter the Palatka High School Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jackson V In order to retain their freshness and
Bing's camp near Marine- Miss Hope Holliday class of 1930 at the home of & and Mrs. Elizabeth Stalnaker therefore theireffectiveness many of our medicines -
land in Jacksonville for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nicholsat returned last Wednesday aftera must be stored under refrigerated con-
Rev. and Mrs John Flynn: Crescent Beach on Sunday. T" four day trip to New Orleans ditions. For example, certain types of supposi-
Latain Herres will return returned Tuesday of last week Mr] and Mrs Kent Booher L and Monroe, La. On their tories would melt and become useless if they
Friday from six weeks from a week's vacation in the have returned from return trip they visited Mr. were kept at regular temperatures. In a few
summer school at Stratford Blue Ridge Mountains] of Damariscotta Maine where and Mrs Henry Anderson, instances such as small-pox and polio vaccinesit
Women's College in Tampa. Georgia. they spent several weeks former Starke residents in Is even necessary to keep medicines in the
freezer compartment.Insulin .
visiting her father at his Panama City. w
Sale Continuing at Leila's Mrs. W.II. Green and ,
summer home for diabetics, certain ointments
Dress Shop 132 E. Call daughter Amber, returned eye
".", AB William David Georgeleft and folutions and some vitamins are a few
,
Starke Sunday from a two weeks visit Rhymer Howell Doug ,,.'", July 1 for six weeks basic other examples of products that must be keptin

with her parents Mr. and Reddish, Bret Marchant ....",. training at Lackland AFB a refrigerator. Naturally, we will periodicallycheck
of Mrs James Viglione, in Jerry Sullivan of Starke and Texas. to be sure that the exactly right conditions
Mrs] Audrey Wombley Bmghampton N.Y. and at Larry Patz of Orange Park Janet Susan Milliard, Miss Tina Kelley served as are being maintained
Jacksonville visited her home in daughter of !Mr. and maid of honor. She
their summer spent Wednesday and Mrs wore a Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bettes of
sister. Mrs. Tullie Norman: on Watkins Glen N.Y. Luther C. Hilliard of floor length of white lace
Thursday at Disney World. Lawtey gown St. Augustine visited her YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE I'S
Sunday. became the bride of Joseph over blue taffeta with rainbow parents, LTC and Mrs. V. J. when you need a delivery. We will deliver
Leon Reynolds, son of Mr and colored ribbons running promptly without extra charge A great many
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Mrs. Roy Reynolds of Starke through the lace. She wore a people rely on us for their health needs. We
on July 12 at 8:30 p.m. in the matching picture hat and Laura and Dave Jackson of welcome requests for delivery service and charge
Northside Baptist Church carried a nosegay of pink, accounts.
Hardware Arlington Texas spent the Y
Manning Rev. James Parrish per- green, yellow lavender and past six weeks with their Phone 964-6757
formed the blue
nuptials.The pompoms.
grandparents Mr. and Mrs J.
altar was decoratedwith Gayle Shuford. Susan Sapp G. Jackson. For Dependable DeliveriesKOCH'S
473-4822 Lawrence Blvd. Keystone a
a garland of lily-of-the- Ann Cox and Renea SrJ'ett'
valley and centered by two attended as bridesitia/Stt/ Mrs. Myrtle Anderson was DRUGS
standing baskets of white They wore gowns identical to visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward PRCSCRIIMION
gladioli pastel carnations and the honor attendant except in Schwab at Merritt Island the w CIIEI1S1'SC :

44a,11Emperor pompoms. In the backgroundwere rainbow colors and wore past two weeks. 166 W. Call e w-7'3-74 Starke, Fla.
two palm trees flankedby matching hats They also
gold tree and arched carried multi-colored nosegays ;
candelabras with burning .
tapers. Each window in the Nancy Shuford attended as
church featured tapered flower girl and wore a white
candles. lace gown over pink taffeta
Mower Sale !Mrs Glen Mattox of Starke with pink ribbons. She carrieda

provided a program of nuptial basket with pink green H-iI&r
music and accompanied Mrs lavender and blue petals and
Buy A Blaine Thompson soloist. decorated with Colored : I-
Daryl Milliard, brother of streamers.
the bride served as best man. A reception was held in the
5Hp7HpOrSHp. Ushers were Joe Cox, Leonard church Fellowship Hall.
Sapp Danny Shuford and The bride's table was
Perry Nicula. Robert covered with a white lace
38' Recoil Start Starling, cousin of the bride, cloth over white linen and ttDfamilY
was ring-bearer. centered with a four tiered center
i Choose From Recoil Given in marriage by her cake flanked by silver candelabras -
i father the bride wore a white Mrs. Berniece Starling
t Or Elec. Start And Get A organza over taffeta princess and Mrs. Valeria Shuford cut
A-line gown The gown the cake. Serving the cake and

featured a panel of chantilly punch were Mrs. Sheila cccL f E! E((5
lace down the entire front of Starling, Miss Kathy Kite 20 Gallon
Grass CatcherValued the skirt with inserts of white Miss Vorease Patrick Miss S
satin ribbon and seed pearls. Tonya Patrick and Miss U.S. 301 South 3BSB Starke Fla. PlasticPrices
The gown had a high scalloped Christy Pearson.
At $5995 i neckline slim tapered lace Mrs. Gwen Jackson kept the
i see thru, sleeves and lace bride's book at a table Good Thru Sunday July 28th Trash Can
i edging at the hemline. Her decorated with a double ring
i band headpiece of lace ribbon and candle with lily-of-the-
i and pearls secured a three valley garland. ...
Manning's Has A Complete Service Dept. i tiered full length mantilla -- CLOTHESHAMPER .
i bordered with lace to match "Oxp"ONowOnosoMoMO.d
To Repair All Types Of Mowers & i the gown. She carried a 'di
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cascade bouquet of pink roses, ;/)
2 Cycle Engines i i starburst pompoms imported ; 'Yo-Know .

ivy sprengeri and white KK
streamers. !Mrs. George Hockette of \'

Fort Lauderdale will arrive Wicker style in decorator colors

I Friday to spend a week with 20 x 12 x 26" Size I I
Mr. and Mrs Herbert Washable ,
vinyl
Thomas. top covering

Sale Continuing at Leila's a ( S3

Dress Shop 132 E. Call,

Starke $99? $

Mr and Mrs. Ron Early of j97
41 Dayton, Ohio are visiting his
k parents, Mr. and Mrs L. C.
I Early for two weeks.
FOLDING

__ Mrs. M. A. Baldwin visited W Flanders
her sister Mrs Doris Conway TABLE & CHAT S
4PY.l: :! in Holiday Hospital in
Orlando Friday and Saturday.
: Table has 3/4" foam padded'
Col and Mrs. Albert top with grained vinyl cover
Perreault of West Palm Beach 1 I' steel frame with folding

J Jrj : i + were weekend guests of their double braced legs, built to .
son and daughter-in-law Mr. last for years.CARD .
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and Mrs. Charles Durkee, at "
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: __ 1 1i Misses Paula Edwards and

.'. Wash Eva Hoffman are spending of Seattle the., $1288FOLDING !1

with
summer Paula's grand
: = :_ parents Mr and Mrs Eugene
i Edwards. CHAIRS

"" AI Gonzales and children

Home Ownership Is The Walter and !Miss Donna Pattelli of Mltl./1-1/2"him'$ i 88
Easy. Jim Way! Sacramento Calif were last Confound
week guests of !Mr. and Mrs. ...... \J Each 034 Table
Jim. Walter.....k_ .M eaay for you.to own a ...., pletely on the outside. Including foundation, ...ut. the "....11.. home. complete only en the outelde, Carl L. Johns and Mr. and 072 Chairs
permanent horn on"t. And becauaeJim tare .nd two cats of long-lairing ..
W."., __ ." o' the delalte" with no rod material. ,auch. aa"wood-mada-bettar"paint.hardboard Superior to and make ln.tag.ii home materlale In your spare. time Mrs. Lamar Shaw. Mr. and
your even more affordable
lap, no delay and no "third. party" lo make Ihodoetolon. aiding that aeldom neede painting heavy-duty way the cod 0' Inalde nnl.hI.. Either Mrs. Johns entertained at a
.INSTANT mortgage financing can bo tart bonded Vial ..... option can be cookout
roofing for year and aluminum' Included your mortgage. patio for their house
and ...,. loo. Chooae ona of .... moro than 30two window that never need paint will be ued In last
-, ttueeor ----. onaor twobathhomaa conetrucMon. The Inalde will be flnlahed lo almoal .., guests Friday night with ILl1
"Wi la Anew what ..
you vaelfy
thai bwl .... .. ,.., your Boat .11 40 guests attending.Mr. .
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need
your .1"* Than .any1st.g. You ua where to atop, then coinmomsp mortal*. pcrnwnf mould M Calf. ./oIt orrie" Decoratorgwog
cuatom-eonatructlon pro-tab or pra-eut- plete real yourself to lave many extra dollar.. me eouporl fe rile nomntl Jim/ Nr Mr H_. dri-
can.baoln' ahnoat Immadiataly. Shortly thereafter, You may pure"MM Interior ....t.n... and k1.feIvn por* row -",.... rra-oeffffiMOff""/_._on fAemore and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell
you .lIogln..jo'I"III.the pride of home owneraMp. latlon of ELECTRICAL WIRING a. FIXTURES! Sri""hw'YShwn> ",.|can a. cuitomaitfrt -
LUMBINO.; KITCHEN ft BATH FIXTURES CAM ... own propertyA and Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and
OVER 20 MODELS INETS; FLOORING; WALLS; DOOMS TRIM. family had a picnic lunch at

BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY WItMIJlmW..II.nI'optIoM'ou. .........._. I.. ,.1. '.6 :? Salt Springs Sunday. Lamp
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the weekend with his Choose from delicate Gingham
I JIM WALTM HOMK
Complete. Lute -Second-Houte. Cottage i ornt..wM.nloi, I mother, Mrs. Henry O'Hara.Mr. Prints to handsome tarly
I would Ilka to havo "moraInformation I Smith, !Mrs O'Hara Mrs. American Prints or go bold
I and ttia cost of Ruth Frazier and Mrs Era with Mediterranean and ultramodern
bulldlna' on my proporfy. Iundontond tat I tI II iC
tttora would' bo MobllaaHon Rogers of Waldo visited Mrs. with Contemporary
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-r J''I! Flying Telephone Pole Cause $1,500Damage I I. II IIA !



low hanging telephone way and into another tele- attachments $225 and to the Both drivers were chargedin Cadillac, causing damages of roadway was a contributing
service wire suspended across phone pole located on the west telephone poles and service the accident by Trooper R. $900 to each vehicle. St Johns cause to the collision. Damage '
,... ;t yr busy US-301() near the 301 side of the roadway with sucha wires $HOO(()(), according to the S. James. Prescott for drivingon was charged with careless to the Ford was set at $300 and '. .
Motel, caused an estimated force that it broke the Fill' !report of the mishap. the wrong side of the road driving. to the Chevrolet $200. ,I
$1,500 of damage Thursday, second telephone pole. One of At 2:20: a,m, Sunday, July and Hires for no valid driver's Danny Roise Bass, 23, of There were no injuries but '
July 18, when it came m the flying telephone poles 14, Alice Brown Prescott, :30, license. Brooker, lost control of his Trooper L. G Manning "
contact with a fast moving came to rest alter crashinginto of Law ley. while attempting Kenneth Louris St. Johns, 1973 Chevrolet truck and charged Bass with careless
semi-truck and trailer. the entrance sign of the to make a left turn off of the 22, of Jacksonville, was crashed into the right side of driving.
Propery damages were motel, and the other continuedits south shoulder of SIMOO into charged with careless driving the 1970 Ford truck of Edward Patricia Mary Billwiller, 21,
estimated at $1,475 and $50) to I light to a nearby house the driveway of Club 100 In a Sunday,July 14, by Trooper L Joseph Raulerson, 55, also of of Star Route, Hampton, was
the truck and trailer. located on the motel property, 1970 Thunderbird was struck G. Manning of the FHP, Brooker. The accident oc- carried to the Gainesville
Everett Leo Graves, 44, of breaking off the TV antenna, in the right side of her auto by following an early morning curred about 9:45: a.m., Medical Center for treatmentof
Tampa, was driving south located on the roof of the the lilliS! ) Mustang of Jerry L. 2:05: a.m. rear end collision on Sunday, July 14 on Trestle injuries sustained when the
about 6:46: a.m. on US-301( in a house and finally came to a fliers 29.\ of Baldwin, which US-301, 1 mile south of the Road. .7 mile from its Intersection right front tire of her 1966
1973! Ford truck, pulling a stop after crashing into the was traveling east The Mus- Clay County line with SR-231 north of Volkswagen blew out, causingthe
semi-trailer when the top of electric service head and tang continued its course after George Jethero Golston, 5ft, Brooker. vehicle to overturn and
i d the trailer came in contact meter and the electric wires impact sliding completely of Jacksonville, was driving a Impact of the vehicles came run into the railing of the
a
1 with the low hanging wire. leading thereto: across the roadway and down 1H\( Cadillac in the outside when Bass lost control of his Santa Fe River Bridge on US- '
The sudden tension on the Damages to the entrance the embankment on the other lane of the highway when the vehicle and skidded into the 301 at the Bradford-Alachua !i
wire snapped the telephonepole sign, its lights and the house side of the road. Damage to rapidly approaching 1969 oncoming Raulerson truck.Bass' county line. The accident
in half and hurtled it were set at$t tmO> to the electric the Thunderbird was $UOII and Chevrolet driven by St. Johns speed was estimated at occurred about 9 a.m., i+I
completely across the high power lines and the meter to the Mustang $700. crashed into the rear of the 40 mph, and loose dirt on the Tuesday, July 16. I


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Sally Ann Torode Becomes Bride sr J


Of Ronny Patrick On July 21 ## P,4eeStcana


The First United Methodist cloth over white linen, and
Church was the setting for the was centered with a crystal

marriage of Sally Ann Torode, punch bowl encircled with
daughter of Mr and Mrs. JohnA. greenery, interspersed with
Torode to Knnny Hussell unite\ and apricot pompoms.
Patrick son of Mr, and Mrs Miss Sue Sturges of Atlanta, ...
W M, Patrick of llcilbronn cousin of the bride, presidedit
Springs on Sunday. July 21 at the punch bowl.
2U::\() p.m. Kev George L. Assisting in serving andtaring Savings Throughout: The treHurry In I
11.11 PIT pi'iloi'inod the nup for the guests were
tials. Mrs. A J. Eaves, Mrs Henry .
The altar was Hanked by Godwin Mrs Harry Green, amess
Thomasville Bassett Brovhill Cla vton MarcusBernhardt & Lazy Boy
two brass. containers holding ,and Misses Andrea Eaves and -

daisies white ,and baby's apricot breath gladioli, and, Sarah Following Uiggs a. wedding trip to Bernhardt 8 PC. Large China 96"'Table 6 Chairs Lazy BoyReclina Modern Roll Arm ; .

carnations flanked by bron/e South Florida the couple is '
candlesticks with white lesiding at Kmgsley Lake. Dining Room Suite Rocker 5ofa. Reg. 349"
(lapois The bride is a \1974! graduateof [ .
Mrs. L. J. Green, organist, Bradford High School! and is $29995
and Mrs Alicia Stelfa, soloist employed at the School Board Reg $97500 Save 'lB000 fJOW$795 Sale Priced 'w from $16900 One Blue And One Gold
presented a program ol office.Mr.
nuptial I music. : Patrick is also a
2 Only-Green Plaid-Black&White Plaid Gold Matelasse
.1 I I. 15. iladieux served as Bradford High School
lx.'st! man and the ushers were graduate and is employed Framed Pictures '
Kicky Toinhnson and John \with Container Corporation. Sofa Bed Suites Sofa, Love Seat & Chair
and Richard Torode, brothersul -------
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the bride. ) '. ..K'ArKHKimiK: ; From $395 Save $10000 NOW $39995
Reg $1199S Now $9995
.
:Miss Jenifer Ann Haasil (.l'n! HESl'Ll'S: ..
;.t tended as maid of honor and Mrs. FJ. Shaw and Mrs. :'

:Miss Vorease Patrick, sister S.\\". Hamilton were the Redwood Odd 2 sets,of 4 Samsonite
ul I the groom, was bridesmaid. winning couple at Duplicate
The.v' were attired alike in off-' Undue Tuesday night. Mr
while embossed cotton gowns UlIII Mrs. An Watana were Picnic Sets Lounge Chairs'Folding'Chairs '
linl'dith pale green, second oral Dutch Bernard
decorated with a spray of and Kate I Ilerndon wore third. $4495n ,
green and apricot Ilowers. ------------- Carton Save Up,To,*799S Now $7995 One$2995 ,saw UP TO uOne $3995
They wore green picture hats .
and carried old-fashioned American Pecan Finish Hand Finished
nosegays of apricot daisies aOid IJou-Know Early
and pompoms( with accents of $319
white and green satin ribbons. Sofa Chair Roll Desk
The bride given in Mr and Mrs Alfred B x>her with Save .60" Top SecretaryReg
marriage by her father, wore have gone to Pitcairn Pa
Now $22995|
a candlelight' ivory seersucker \where Mrs. Booher will undergo 2 Groups Reg. 399" $33995 Reg. $249e Only $21995 Beautiful Craftsmanship
(lair< length gown wilholJllal'l' surgery.
neckline, and
!Ixidicc., accented with empire a Iront Local admittances to Mediterranean Styling 4pc. 6 Drawer

panel of lace and long lace Bradford County Hospital this Trundle Bed
sleeves. Her short veil of week include: Artemus Bedroom Suite Lingerie Chest Reg. '109115
illusion was secured to a lace Brown Timmy Simmons
tap She carried an old- :Mrs. Helen Wells, Warren Slightly Damaged *149
fashioned nosegay: of white Kelly. lacy Uigdon, George I Reg., *449" Now $39995 Antique White With Jewelry Compartment Sale| $8995
daisies, carnations and mums Kopelousos, Mrs. Rosa Fred- Mirror
accented with apricot and rick Anthony Harris and Mrs.
white satin nbbons. Jim>e I Davis Starke; Mrs 4pc. Spanish Odd Beds From $3995 Odd
A reception was held in the Wenona Conroy, Waldo; Mrs
church Fellowship Hall where Catherine Thomas, Hampton.: Bedroom, Suite Reg. *749S Table Lamps Huge
gUl'StS1'1'1..' greeted at I the :Mrs. Frances Livingston, white

apricot door Arrangements by gladioli Mrs li.,of pompoms M.white Kicharde.and and Wolf Wells,, Lake Kingsley Geneva heights Lake.;:William Fred By Thomasville Reg. *7499S Now() $69995 King Size Head Board $3995 Sale Priced Savings


carnations were used in the .
Sale Continuing at Leila's Used Complete Selection Good Selection, Of Colors .
hall.The bride's table was Dress Shop 132 E. Call,
iwcred with a white organdy Starke Dinette Suites Sofa! Bed with Matching Rocker
cloth over white linen and Van ;
Kev and Mrs. Barry f Juvenile Furniture *
centered with i a t three-tiered le\enter ol MontgomeryiVIa HOW $ 995
wedding cake topped with anosegay are spending this week at One 5 Piece One 7 Piece Now J299! Reg.219-
of white and apricot Ihe Jackson cottage on Spring

i(nunpoms ul, lie of illusion At the Flanking base was the a here Lake and visiting Iriends Good Savings On One Only 18th CentryStyling Genuine Mohagan

1'Ikl'l're two threebranchsilver :
candelabra with while Mr and Mrs Jerry Lawson Sofa Early American With Bedroom Suite
tapers decorated with satin ,ind family of Fort Walton Swag Lamps MatchinQSwlvelRocker -
bows Mrs Frank I D. Kilgo ofMacclenny I Head were weekend guests of $289 95
and Mrs. David his mother Mrs Ewell From $1895 Nylon Print Fabric Reg. 589" Save $110" Now $47995
Jones, aunts of the bride, cut Lauson Their son, Mike
the cake Lawson, was with his grandmother .
The punch table was Irom Wednesday to Only TWO One Walnut One Pecan save M oo5* Thomasville Red Velvet

.covered with a white organdy Sunday Upright Book Cases Bedroom Suite 'Ra '995 Sofa &Matc ing Chair


Bible Answers: Now $4995 King Size Bed Triple Mirror Dresser w/twln $QQCOO Reg *299 Save 5000 Now $24995
On
Sliding Doors Bottom | Mirrors, Armoire Chest & Night Stand O V /
IS A PREACHER PASTOR?

8 pc. Modern Styling walnut Finish TWO only One Brown One Black
On All
Close Out Prices
A preacher may or may not be a pastor; the \word/ "pastor" is
not synonymous with "preacher" Pastor (Greek POIMEN) means"a Living
shepherd one who tends herds or flocks" (not merely one who Dining Room Suite 2 pc. Suites
feeds them), "and is used metaphorically of those who oversee Samsonite Luggage Room $97095
the congregation of believers." He is also called a "bishop" China Table 6 Chairs Now $37995 Reg.329M / f
(IEPISCOPE) (Acts 20.28)) Used appositively is the \word "elder" ,
(PRESBUTEROS), Bder sighifies "their maturity of spiritual
experience"; bishop indicates "the nature of their work" as Discontinued Styles Good Discounts On Summer Genuine WickerClothes '
overseers to see that the \work is done rightly; pastor indicates
"tender care and vigilant superintendence." (All definitions taken
from EXPOSITORY DICTIONARY by W e. Vine.) Bassett & Broyhill Tables Many Others Lawn & Porch Furniture ,Baskets

Congregations scripturally organized have a plurality of elders or '
DiSCOUntS '
pastors (Cf. Acts 14.23,.Phil. 1:1,1: I Pet 5:1): ). A preacher may be Huge : While They Last ,:t
one of the pastors of a congregation if qualified (II I Tim. 3, Titus f 1))
and appointed, but not all preachers are pastors these words
are descriptive of two different functions. Neither can one man be.
"the pastor" of a congregation.
'f ,ct1t
This question well demonstrates the need to speak as the Bible 'S A- Budget I
speaks. (II I Peter 4.11): ). Too often men take Bible words and use Denmark Furniture Co Of Starke
them in non-Biblical senses.We should be careful to call only men Gan R
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who are the overseers of a congregation "pastors" and not indis- Terms
criminately of preachers.Southmide ,
1)0 '
; Church of Christ

3 Miles South of Starke on U.S. 301 Better
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Send questions to' Schedule of Services .
Casey A.Carlisle, Sunday M
Minister lOa m. Bible Study
Rt 3. Box 58 11 a m. Worship 434 W. CALL ST.. PHONE 964-5827 STARKE FLORIDA ,
Starka. Fla 645 p m Worship







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I press MATRESS COVERS / / 14%
I 1\\ in easy care fabric,for HALTERS TWIN OR DOUBLE Af1 2

I of work patterns or play.and Selection colors. J 100 patterns% nylon.and Assorted colors. Vinyl. Fitted dust Reg. see $ [QO OUNCE BRAZIL SARDINES
tight. Water proof
Sizes 29 to 42. ( One size fits all. and f free. Jucnito sardines. Packed in soya oil
Men's White Belts 1 DO allergy salt t added. Boxed in can. 4% ounces.

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Dacron and cotton. nylon tricot bra."NaturalLook". .oa VINYL CAR MATS
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of styles WOMEN'S PANTY HOSE 12 INCH PORTABLE GRILL plug in handle. 10 foot
and colors. 29 to 42 100% nylon. Popular colors. Adjustable in 3 positions. Brass line. For home or shop.
One size i fits all. finished legs. Easy to assemble.


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BOYS' HUSKY SLACKS WAS-3/WT WAS 1M 8 FT. BATTERY
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blends.
Easy-care nylon BIKINI PANTIES TENNIS RACKETS
Choice of colors and J 6 and 12 volts.Starts
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trim. White and er like grip. Ideal for lyond easily.
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July 25,1971 TELEGRAPH Page?
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: ObituariesMrs. Union Rescue 4 : See our SHARKS

.
Floyd Green, Mrs. L.O. Hazen 71Sunday
,
Mrs.Sydney Inez Green, 74, Mrs. Frankie Martin Hazen/ Director Is HiredThe Southern Calif.
widow of the late Floyd Green, 71, of Starke died Monday, ys .
died in a Jacksonville hospital July 22: in a Gainesville dated 5. '
Union Com- July
:i; Tuesday July 23, following anextenderd hospital following a brief missioners resolved County a crisis in IWTHE, GATOR BOWL
p.1( dfiral'II.1 illness. illness. the operation of the Union At the regular meeting of ""!1tf ,
Services Hazen the widowof ; {"
will be held today Mrs. was .
Service ,
County Ambulance the board on Tuesday July 2
CQ".Jl (Thursday, July 25)) at 2 p.m. the late Lucian O. Hazen when they engaged the ser- the commissioners) rejected a
Church from the with New Mr.River William Baptist and Baptist a member Church of of Starke.the First vices of Jerry Wilson in a proposal by Commissioner WED JULY 24! CHOICE SEATS
special meeting of the board Gerald Griffis then Chairmanof
George officiating. Burial will Survivors include one Thursday, July 18. the Emergency:: Medical ARE STILL AVAILABLE IN
--Sunday School, follow in the church cemetery daughter: Mrs. Minnie Lou Wilson the ,
was employed by Care Committee to
!0:45: : ; Morning Worship at 11 under direction of DeWitt C. Patray of Starke; two sisters: employ
commissioners at the hourly Richard Rue president of the AREA # -$6 AREA # 3-S4
o'clock Guest
Speaker: Kev. Jones Funeral Home of Mrs. Eva Ashurst of Cocoa
rate of$4 hour.5 Union
days Ambulance
Richard M. Barber Church Lucille Barber of per per County
Starke. and Mrs.
; week, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Service, at the rate of $3 per GET TICKETS AT
Training, 6:15: p.m.; Evening Mrs. Green was born in Gainesville, three grand-
with the additional ,
stipulationin hour from 6 to 6 5
a.m. p.m.
,
Worship 7:30: Kev. Richard Starke on August 17, 1899. children and one great the that
agreement any days week.
Barber brings message. Survivors include four( grandchild. calls answered per Western Auto
l\Ionday---Girls Ensemble daughters: Mrs. Collette Services will be held from emergency "
outside the regular duty hours The commissioners were
Practice, 6:30: ; Youth Choir, 7 Rosier of Raiford, Mrs. Jones Memorial Chapel in 312 W. Call St. \
would be at the rate of$10 per reluctant to engage Rue's
o'clock.TUl'sdayChildren's. this (Thursday G TOR
Elizabeth Ritch of Hialeah, Starke morning services because of a pending
Music Mrs. Caroline Raney of July 25)) at 10 a.m. with call.The crisis in the Union lawsuit against the. Union 13 964.6841 l'
Activities. Freeman, Virginia, and Mrs. William George conducting. county's ambulance service County School Board stemming
) Anice Burial will follow in the family
Wl'nesday---I"amily Night Dittmar of Jackson-
developed upon the resignation from his dismissal as
Supper,6 p.m.; (Hour of Power ville; two sisters: Mrs. Rube plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery of Richard Rue in a Bandmaster at the Union High '
,
and R.A., 6:30:: ; Teachers and Kennedy of Crystal River, and under direction of DeWitt C. letter to the commissioners School on April 23. 'w .'/ :\j(.. S.:11 >
Officers Meeting\ 7:15: ; Mrs. Bill Williams of Jones Funeral Home
Church Choir Practice 8 Tallahassee. ---- -- -'- ,

o'clock. ..Visitation, ---- --- ---- Bob BrownBob
Thursday- 9:30:
a.m.; Visitation 7 pm.S"turdayVacation FOR SALE: Lettering Guides Jackson
Bible Stickers, stencils and tem Brown 74, of Hampton, Building Supply
School Parade Day. 10 a.m. plates._ u __At_The__ _Office___Shop._ died Sunday July 21, in Starke Keystone HeightsN.
(till 12:30.: Bradford County Hospital
Ben P. Bryant, Pastor FOR SALE: Typewriter and after a sudden illness. Born in Cherry St. State Rd. 100 & 21
Off Starke Florida. Inc.
Adding Machine ribbons at Clay County on June 6, 1900, ,
The Office Shop.Serving he was a retired railroad 964.6078 473.4973
. watchman the Christian and Church.a member of "Peddlers Home Center"We

Florida is his wife,Linnie
Surviving
1 Robinson Brown,of Hampton; have now been open in Keystone Heights Since July 1973-and

Since 1950 two Lowman daughters,Salisbury, Mrs., N.C.Claudia, and we are offering, what we consider, a few specials on several commonlyused

.t orida eefiny Jerulceinc two Mrs.sons Leila, Robert Carter, L.Hampton Brown;, items. All prices are good until August 1st 1974 and all items are

I Jr., Starke, and Holland R. L subject to prior sale-Limited quantities.So .
Cordially Brown, Jacksonville; one
brother, Lessie Brown, Hurry. on Down
Mrs. Carolyn Ui '....1'u Hampton; 16 grandchildren,
Eaves WelcomesYou and nine greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
services were heldat SHEETING PLYWOOD LUMBER4'x8'
Representative 1 p.m. Wednesday in Jones
and Your Memorial Chapel with Rev. I

Ph. 964-5812 Family To Your Lacy Interment Conway will follow conducting.in Santa 2x4 Stud & Better 8' Pine 99 ea.
613 S. Colley Rd. New Home Fe Cemetery under directionof
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 2x4 Cedar 8' $119
StarkeThe Home. 3/8" $499 .
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State Of FloridaIt 1/2" $579ea. 1x2 Furring Strips Treated 8' 39 ea.

Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and .
2x2 Spruce (Good stock) 8'
Acquaint You With Your City.II 5/8" $7 8 9 %*. UM 9C ea.

you are new In the area, a phone call _____ ea. Slightly DamagedSlightly
will bring you a prompt visit 'from your local hostess. Damaged
Flake Board Bath Tubs58"x4'x8' ,
Please give her a call!
New Doors
w
She has maps and many free and wonderful twrJ $
6wK q,99ea. $ 95 $1500Up A
gifts for you from local businesses !
tl "You just can't Imagine how UP
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I look forward to your daily -----
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Plumbing SIDINGS Jc
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Why People Keep Fixtures Primed Hardboard lllJSeo.'

American StandardCommode 7/j.6"x4'x8' $ 79 Iyt&C1 111
0 /
Buying From Smooth Grooved 8"O.C. V ea.716"x4'x9' SfqIJrry 01 IJ 1ltity
goo S//
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$1999Smooth S'a wn

Mark Olin Bowl & $4499 Grooved 8" O.C. ea. OI1 y

Tank
7/16"x4'x8' $1199

Stainless Steel Rough Sawn 12" O.C. ea.
1. We own our Mobile Home Sales lot and pay no /

lot rent and this means you Save. SinkDouble Lap Siding XKEHic/o ry

2. We list the prices in each Mobile Home on our Compartment $98 99

lot so you know the price when you look at a Self Rimming 12"16 Feet Lengths ea. pftctaBoard ea.
home. Prices are the same to everyone. With Faucet wood

And 2 Strainers Rough Sawn Redwood 4xa P.aRels
3. Mark'sthe only Mobile Home Dealer pay tax $11
eels
in Bradford County. $4795 (Plywood) 5/8"x4'x8' $158132" ('

4. Exclusive Dealer for Champion Homes They pecan 1//11 ItIet/J. ,
are one of the top ten manufacturers in the UI11
State of Florida. SHELVING Foil Back $599

Insulation POrts ea.
boast of service. We have 2 tMOSS
5. Competitors fully
1x12 No. 3 Ponderosa DIIU
equipped service trucks to serve you. 39 F. 31/2 x 15 SC99ACCESSORIES :
Pine Shelving
6. At OLIN'S there is no middle man involved 70 Sq. Ft. Roll S9gea.

You talk directly to owners no run around.
GALVANIZED3 1/2x23 $$99

7. One years Warranty on Mobile Homes. CULVERT PIPE 107 Sq. Ft. Roll 114"R. '.

8. No high sales pitches.
pressure Bronze
12" $399 15 Year s 6a 99e

9. Currently doing business with 8 Banks. ea
18" Shingles 114", :

10. OLIN'S has been in the same location for 4 $550 j licorice

years. He has seen other Mobile Home Dealers $599 ts99Picadilly
come and go. We will be here when you needus Bundle ea.

not out of business. 114"PicadiU '
3 Bundles
SHEETROCK& Per Square $ Strawberry

Do You Need More ReasonsTo See sea.

3/8"x4'x8'. Sheet Rock $284.
Starke Edmond Adams In Heights")

Buy Home From Us. !/ "X4'z8' Sheet Rock $Z 99 Tom Marc JacksonBruce Jackson A.G.Curtlss So lor.(>an Sonny Scott Herring) Loudon Tommy Bruce Keystone Jackson Mersereau'

ea Scoff '
Oliver Tyson Ricky Jackson
Rock Mud. G. P. Betty Warren A Last But not" Greg Champion
5 Gal Sheet Only $599 Becky Jackson least-"Old ReliableBuck" -
Randy Martin _
BUY NOW WHILE THE PRICE IS LOW !
Check with us for all your hardware, electrical plumbing, garden
See Mark\ Olin Today He Is Ready To Save YouMoney
tools power tools paints and most other related building supply orhousehold
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 9 A.M. 8 P.M. SUNDAYS 1 P.M. 6 P.M.: items. We pride ourselves in having as good if not better

MOBILE I inventory than most stores of our type. WE CAN PRO VIDE FRIENDLIER

OLIN'S HOMESHwy. SERVICE AND PROMPT DELIVERIES\ '

Thank You For Your Past, Present &'Future Patronage

100 Starke 964-5606 & We Will Continue To Serve'You Better

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July 25. 1974 TELEGHAPII Page 9


HAMPTON


AREA NEWS I

SAVEtLLL WI
by Josephine Fontaine ryI

l'\U"\'INCi ENDS FOR
CITY ELECTION: :

A large slate of candidates
qualified for offices In the 1
September 10 Hampton city
election before the deadline at
12 midnight Monday July 22
uahl'ying for mayor were
Arthur Bruno incumbent
who will be opposed by spry
('harles Williamson, Lonnie
Thompson, and LeastonForsyth. WEEt y a 1 sStpE(1 Lw'

The tour candidates for City
Council seats are: Evelyn M.'uughan _
\ Tc'd Curtis Sr.
Leslie Jones, and Ralph E.Trisler. ..N Nact ptp T'y
,
Four candidates are also is pMpS Quantity Rights eEEF PEOPg
seeking the office of City Reserved
1\lurshall. They are: Fred xAIM1 ,TFr cx WINN.DIXIE STORES, INC.WINNQIIE .
Phillips, Dennis ( Buddy I IHllill'k COPYRIGHT 1974Qupa
ILI1. l'urker, Albert Thomas and 5 Q PRICES GOOD THURS. JULY 2S

Asia Hulh Roark was the THRU WED. JULY 31
only candidate qualifying. for
City Clerk,

USDA GRADE "A" FRESH FROZEN W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE
1'1'111.1E"'I11iH'e....:('IT\' (:''OU'Ii'U.In :: : W-D BRAND WHOLE WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BOTTOM '


decision.the Hampton question u special was City of made meeting having Council to submit of a full the a IC s ROUND STEAK I Sirloin 'Nfiij I Steak


t lime elected i marshal, Instead
III a purl lime appointed one, SAVE 48 59
10 the \oters in the September $ SAVE
1\1\) c'lec'/lon/ 41' Le. $
The ordinance providing lor 3 9t 30 A
Ihl' c'harlc'r change\ was read Bo 4t BoJ
It\ .I the city clerk and citizens
I 'lOlling; the meeting were LB.
Ilokc'C.I to voice I their opinions LB. LB.
IIn the matter The majority
\H'rc in favor( 01' having a full
timc' policeman, but there was BRAND USDA CHOICE BOTTOM BRAND USDA CHOICE

sU('oum'll rong having IIpposition the authority 10 the RO CHD PAPEifOY'WElS

Iu. hire the oUker was passed.t'li in event, theII.'dmallce 11 D ROAST I Cit STEAI(

iirnuul i Ted Curtis Limit 3 with $7.S0 or more food order excluding cig.
.trl'Ssed the fact that anyone au.iDKLEENEX.DU
hu'cc1 h" the Council would SAVE 38 SAVE
have to produce necessary $ SAVE
qualifications set by the 41c $ 4 21c LB $
Police Bourd Standards 01' the LB, ,nowWELS 35c
State 01' Florida, 1 80JcU. 9&SAVE 3
:\II'S, Evelyn: V.luJ\han\ asked S. CHOICE)
II 1111' Council could require an ROLLS
,'II'clc'dIilrshall: to have thelIl'cl'ssal'Y LB. LB. i
CIULlhfication in the I .
event this ordinance was
dlsappt'owed by the electorate:
III the City 01' lI..Impton,
20e.W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS SAVE 'e.W.D' BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF HANDI.PAK SAVE ..Oc.USDA CHOICE LAMB WeD BRAND USDA CHOICE

was 1'lliIirman.1 gout\ Curtis idea and agreed should this be Shoulder Roast LB. $139 1 Ground Round. LB $138 1 Loin Chops LB, $199 BONELESS
retiuired in the event the
ordinance was nol passed SAVE lOc,W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS W D BRND USDA CHOICE BEEF NEW YORK SAVE 12cHUNT'S SIRLOIN I TIP
l'ouncllnHln Pal Glover Stew Meat $129 Strip Steaks.10 =: $998
"u//c'loled/:/: 10 continue having . LB : Tomato Sauce 3 CANS 88c 5LBS. ROAST S.LBS. CUBED
,elected Marshall lull lime, SAVE 10c.W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF "''STEO.SEA PERCH SAVE 21c.LIPTON 5.LBS. STEAK 5-LBS. GROUND

for instead a Iwo or part year lime tC'rm. und In serve his Short Ribs . LB 89c Fish, Fillets I 5 PKG. $299 Tea Bags . ''PKC, $108 $ 99

opinion this would be letting SAVE lOc.W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF WHOLE 20 29
SAVE SOc W D BRAND SAVE IBc ANTISEPTIC
the have the choice PURE
IIl'ople ((6/8/ LBS AVG CUT 6 WRAPPED FREE) L.S.
'I"oa.
1IIIoIl'LIII 01 the lily Council' Ground Beef 5 LB $3 89 Listerine 99c
Ilirin//: a police'man.1 PKG, Tenderloins LB $269 . BTL
: or Arthur BrUIIII staled W.D BRAND CORNED BEEF SAVE 30c.USDA CHOICE LAMB THRIFTY MAID VIENNA SAVE ISc.THRIFTY MAID CORNED

choice I Ihit 1 the anyway people really through had the I lie Briskets . LB. $139 L eg-0-L am b LB $139 Sausage . 3 CANS 5'0'. 88C Beef f Hash . 15'/20I58C
l'OulIC'ilnll'1I they elected 10 do
their. job 10 the best' 01' their

allllll\ MAXWELL HOUSE DEL MONTE EARLY SUPERBRAND
"'oI'lo\\) ing the discussion

I and.IOIlIle.jJ\\Uman".11'1'1'(1\.lIb\\' that ort changing th t the made question LI the motIOn Frances charIer be to IN ST. COFFEE j GARDEN PEA I FUDGE BARS

..uhllultc'd 10 the voters 111 the Limit 1 with $7.50 or more food order excluding cig 1iTlont

ticptember IIl11lioll was election.seconded The byCowicilman 48 SAVE SAVE

Trisler. and \\a'sappro'l'(1 $ 60c
12c
ulI.lI1lmously SAVI I2c
THRIFTY MAID STEWED 3 88
SAVE
oiI'I't'I; \1. \f.HU': TOMATOES
12.PK.
Thl' Bnllllurd Neighborhood 10.oz. 40c 17-01:.
I'I'il'l'rccreuti0n('cuter program\\111 hold in the LI 3 CANS. 88C JAR CANS PKGS.

1I.IIUploll Pity IIaIL August 5'I. .
I ruin I II I LI III 10 2:! p iii. torchddrVil
up Jorge, 'I'l'l'bag ASTOR FRUIT UD. No.1 RIPE & JUICY \ U.S. No.1YELLOW HARVEST FRESH
IlIlll'l1l'S \ufll he._ pl'llvide.'dIIY \

,\lIIUlllc'e.'I'Illol1ll'rsho Il'd their, would lone sill like (Ill'lppn'e.'iLi 10 COCKTAIL s PEACHES CORN

l'RUIT 5\
HI'nt l: K\TICI'Ii I : fOfREAII
The IILll1Iptcm Senior SAVE
(linens flub I met July 18 \\ilha A $
a pol-Iul'k dinner, 5h', andMrs. ,12c16oz.
r
: 1I.lmld Wilh'I'Sl'l'e 3 3
101'e.'l'iLiI gllc'lol! Alter
lid il'wus 1oIII'l'ad 01' food, .
>:..IIIII'Se.'n' enjoyed by LlII LBS EARS
nth pri/c's going.. 10 Bill CANS
VOlllmllt' Alice ..IWall'l's, -4
(i'lIc' 'Taylor. JusephineFontaine
Buck Dennison 1 and
Bulh t c'nlliOIl The nest
DOUGLAS WHOLE THE REFRESHING DRINK LEMON.LlME SUPERBRAND COFFee SAVE 30e.STOUFFERS ALMOND, CHOCOLATE CHI! OR LEMON
meting will he held August 2. 52'0', 3201 '16'0'. 12'(2.oa' ,
Chicken . CAN 99c Gatorade . 3 BTLS.. $100 Creamer . 5 sin $100 Pound Cake SIZE 69c
FREEIS&FIGIIRollS" : :
Gerald and J.IBI'OlI.. 01' KRAFT 1000 ISLE SAVE I..DHP SOUTH WHOLE KOSHER SWANSON (CHICKEN 7,0ISALISBURY)( 6V..oa: ) OR TURKEY POLY BAG FRENCH FRIEDDressing

:l.8\11'1Il'Llilll. Mrs hays Sidney b'ecn'iitin Dell! or . 3 6TLS.. $100 Dill I Pickles . ..80.JAR. 79C Entrees . 2 U'4'Ol PKG5., $1 Potatoes . 2 3201 BAGS, $loo

Ilaniplon.Sy THRIFTY MAID SAVE 10cCRACKIN' GOOD SUPER8'AND WHIPPED US Nol REGULAR OR VENT VUE

ILinulv I1IpLllh'111' Bob is extended: BI'OII.ho 10 the Apple I Juice I . 32.0.CAN 48c S a It.In e s -. . 2 PKGS.88c Topping . 2 10'01 CTNS,, $100 Potatoes . 10 lAG LB. 98c

passt'd! assay Sunday night KRAFT SAVE lOc.CRACKIN' GOOD TOASTER DIXIE DARLING HAMBURGER BUNS OR US. No.1 CALIFORNIA

Mayonnaise 3 JAR, 88c Pastries . 2 t K'S.: 88c Hot' Dog Rolls 3 PKGS.. 88c Nectarines LB 39c

"Denl0crnts Cut BEST OF SHOW TUNA SAVE 6c.DIXIE DARLING SANDWICH SUPERBRAND ICE CREAM U S No.l I CALIFORNIA

Cat hes . PKG.99c Plums . . LB, 39=
Watermelon"Saturday. F----------P------------------------------p

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!\I iddleburg( School on Hwy 21. EXTRA ; EXTRA ; EXTRA : EXTRA '
there I still bl' tree w U lerme Ion I ETRA.
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kind good music! for everyone.qualilving 4"N...M Kw.M GREEN.COUP.M STAMPS......<....p .dry i1N ..-GREEN...". ..._STAMPS...........M .4"N.... ...GREEN...... COUNM STAMPS......e....W -.M M....... ...-............. .dry... ...GREEN......C.Y.IM STAMPS... ........M ,',
for elective, TWO 1"1'01, PKGS". ONE 9-oa, SOLID 24.oc. JAR 96-0. ITL. I 2LeK0., I'
ended July 2:1: and candidates DUNCAN HINES AUTOMATIC ASTOR DOWNY FABRIC BANQUET '
will bl' available for some Cake Mixes Vanish Tea Mix Softener Fried Chicken '
"Klraighl lalkin" GOOD THRU JULY 31 ++5: GOOD THRU JULY 31 I' GOOD TMAU JULY Jl GOOD THRU JULY 31 i rM2 0000 THRU JULY ]/ i iNo.
1-\'l'I"VOIIl': welcome from 51 .. ..eu..KaI No 52.._.... .....;nw.,. No. 33.. No. 54 ,..., .K... .n j No. SS ...a..KU.. m
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sponsored by the Cay! County ----
t l'nulCl'alic( Committee: EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA. EXTRA,

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FOR SALE: All kinds of oHice. IM W/ M __ __ KN_....N NMI MYf COUPS'YN ..KINN K _. iM -- -' .'.."..M .... _......COUPS'Y.....'...M ,
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home and school supplies 2.LI CUI n'l.LI, '110, HYO..DI 17'.1, SIZE IlIIEAIOGEARM I 0"0 Srou/Ln Broccoli to.oa .r ii TWO 32..1, CTNS.SUlARANG ,
Come;by The Office Shop or CAIAMID : WEST VIRGINIA THICK CHOC. GOLDEN OR COCONUT : loi call 964-6305 for service. Cottage Cheese I Sliced ,Bacon Layer Cake Corn Souffle I Coffee Creamer '
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All-Star Tourney In Progress : "


I'age 10 TKLKGKA1MI: July 25,1971Norman's

The strong young Bel-Med The second inning outburst The following Tuesday night The Nationals got hot and Making the game out of I
American League opened the seemed to be demoralizing for the National League, fought they scored three runs in the reach The Nationals scored
Farm Wins Title 11)74!) Sub-District III Dixie the I National team as theycouldn't harder as they defeated the top of the second on errors fora live runs in the top of the fifthas
Youth Tourney as they get together after Starke All-Stars, 111. 3-1 lead over Starke. The losing pitcher Hobert Odom
I crushed Bel-Med National, 14- that National had their big Starke opened the game in National team stayed ahead pushed in the runs on walks,
Women's Softball 4 Monday night at Pratt inning in the third as they the bottom of the first as the rest of the game, in the top as the Nationals ended the
three
In Play Street. pushed across runs on Dwayne McBride singled to of the fourth Bel-Med game 11.1.Tonight..
hits and then addedits
Then Bel-Med National three base left field, moved to third on National's pitcher Zehner at 6 p.m. at Pratt
Nnnn.m Farm received Koch's scored the only two had a perfect night at the came up Tuesday night and final run in the fourth overthrown ball to first base slugged a two-run homer, Street will be the Championship
iln I 111'si I pKice I rophj Tlil'sdayIn runs in the first inning on plate going 3for3. Norman'shad defeated the Starke All-Stars The American League man, and scored on Mike sending in Braswell that was playoff between Bel-Med
'nuhl i HI74!) V\\'omens' Slow- singles by Debbie Mitchell 20 hits to Blalock's four. 11-1, scoring three runs on wound up its scoring as they Jackson's grounder to second stranded on second. Hight American, which appears to
(',iicli Sottb.ill. going: un- and Darlene Stancil. Nor- During the second game back-to-back home runs. powered across six runs in the baseman, for a 1-0 lead. .. fielder DeGolyer hit back-to- be the strongest team, Bel-
ilric.ilrdith .1. li-o( \ murk In niiin's scored seven; runs in Friday night, Colonial Florist Bel-Med American openedthe fifth to put the game out of Five home runs were hit by back home runs to end the Mcd National and the Starke
pii\ .iu: "Kmlis, Drugs and UKilock's the bottom ol the third lour in with Pam Macy scoring the came in, in the second inning four hits included two home .
\h'.11larkl'l.: the fourth and three in the winning run off of Joy An- rapping out six hits with threeof runs. Winning pitcher for theAmerican's
i iiloni.il Florist! received there tilth tor a 22.2 victory. Nor- drews' single.See them out-of-the-park home Chil der'. was lUcky r
'mid place trophy will) ;a 8-3 man's upheld 22 hits to Koch's ( Page 11)OOOOOOOOOOOOOOCK runs. NOTE : To Vacationers
ii'iurdvith' nil three losses to lour
\i.,inm's! KIl h's Drug's ;Norman's; rolled 21-0 over
ntfiNed I the Team Sport- winless Blalock's Meat
--m.uiship as selected :Market last ("'ridlnight:\ to
i I"\ I he ('creation Depart- Iwo home runs, one by Sandra
"ii,"cnl umpires.lulling :Norman; and Debra Bleasdale.w .
: the week's play. ith lust( three innings of play J.y I
\,"'111.111 s stayed( on lop as :Normans; scored 12 runs in r
iIn \ Mumped Kol'Il'2: : the lirst inning, six in the
l lu, '",dn night iin Iwo' home second and three in the third. t
\\u\-\ 1)1.11111.. ('ulihed i. and Cookie Mundorlf Debra J y tM
i In 'li.me .lordin) Uleasdalc and Diane Jordan i -J, lz

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JULY A8' 1'e, I -- 1



LUMBER -j t "

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No 2 Yellow Pine i

2\4\8 etielf Mlle LEAVE YOUR WORRIES AT HOME !

:2vt\10 ('U('" 1.2U WHEN YOU GQ ON VACATION :'

2\4\14 eurli 1.85
'a..r. :
HERE ARE A FEW REMIHDERS
.;t r r udnr oe :
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2\ i'I6..CBCh'2.06 'J )
Norman's Farm receives First Place Trophy in Women's Softball after a 10-0 record. Bottom
2\l\i8 I . ..nl'll '2.56 Cancel all home deliveries
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(I to r) Tl'rrll''oodo;. Krlley Richards Debra Itleasdale. Sponsor Buddy Norman. Barbara '
Brown, :\Iarion'alm.ley and I'am \\'oods Standing- Sandra Norman, Brenda '1'114l1l1ao.inda\
Plywood Particle Board CuhlxMlfic, Claudia Bennett CtK.kieIundorrf: Diane Jordan Voreasr Patrick and Coach A Ask newspaper to hold your papers and deliverin

1 2X4X8-4-PLY 5/8X4X8' Sidney Jackson. a bundle return
X3OOOCH c aooo upon your
SHEET S5.S5 SHEET i4.DD Bussm listers
De1ittFuner 1 3. Jones Call police station and advise them how long

SHEET ROCK al\ Home Elect Pulse you are to be gone.

I //2vKi2 .lieel '3.30
Karl Muse has been elected
STARKE PHOr--. 964-6200 j president of the Bradford Leave a small light on (Bathroom light is good)
C: ,'SII t mid ('..tRRY REN!TAL H.issinasters lor the 1974-75!
HOSPITML BEDS, WALl KERS. WHEEL CHAIRS | season which begins in August to discourage prowlers.
LONGCHHMPSBuilding 1\ CRU TCHES and ends next July. ,
Other officers are Neil
new
MaterialsU KEYSTONEPHONE : HEIGHTS Crawford, vice-president and Leave an emergency house key with neighbor or :
,
73-3176 public relations; Don Brown
S 3O1 SOUTH STARKE 964-6853 secretary and Harold nearby friend
Branham. treasurer and

tournament August chairman.The tournament. has Make arrangements for pets. :


r Guaranty Federal'sStarke's been H.m.Friday scheduled Saturday.night, August for August 2,7 until p.m.3.7 And always depend on Handy-Way to be open 1


I Offico I I There Saturday.The midnight will. and he a at weigh-in 7 a.m.at from early to late for emergency supplies.OPEN 1

tournament will be at

y I I Little' Orange This Lake will be nearHawthorne our 7:00: A.M. TO 11:00 P.M. EVERY DAY :,

III i first t tournament in this lake.
r '
'/ k t I The kick August off the 2 74-75 tournamentwill season, ,
4r 3- so make plans to fish this 1

.\ I[ a tournament."hawg," You might catch Handq-lDou :

I I understand Lake City
Y I I wants to challenge us. No
1P
plans have been made as of
I 'et. but I'm sure our club will
.if IBB FOOD
\ oblige them. STORES

YOU CAN WIN.HERE'S 1"JflBBBtV I tie :you\ at Little Orange. J

2._ .& I
f* =0 <*577:1CJ: XM 7W SIJ ?

Double-Wide -1t
(HOW ,, Capella 4
S1ia1 a
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I I The Capella Double-wide luxury ..
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Participants must register at G.F. Office to be eligible. You must be 1e. and spaciousness you never .....

registered prior to entering catch. I 'Iia dreamed possible in a mobile home. 1850 171/1/-l+ .. .

One look inside and you'll know N TIII 0"., ., t
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Eligible Winners Largest Black Bass Bream you've found the ultimate in Stq el17tJ1e..q *

1 Shellcracker Speckle PerchHere's I I modern living. ve, *

d I YOU deserve the very best t
5 What You Can Win dI !

I And with the Capella Double-wide that's just t

'tc Grand Prize Electric Trolling Motor to be drawn from all entrys. what you get. The kitchen features the A*

Prices to be awarded in savings accounts I latest in modern appliances handcrafted I

BASS 1st Place $2.00 Per pound for largest fish cabinets and ample space for meal *
f 2nd Place 1.50 per pound for 2nd largest fishi
preparation. Rich wood paneling; deep, .
REAM '1st Place S1.2S per ounce for largest fish thick carpeting, and coordinating ..drapes '*
I 2nd Place $1.00 for 2nd
per ounce largest fishSHELLCRACKER
i : throughout your home will enhance the .
1st Place $1.25 per ounce for largest fish
beauty of whichever decor you choose :
2nd Place $1.00 per ounce for 2nd largest fish
Fashionable furnishings complete the 4
*
't 1st Place $1.25 for j
SPECKLE PERCH per ounce largest fish

for in comfort and
setting living style. ,
2nd Place 1.00 per ounce for 2nd largest fishSAVINGS
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Fih may be weighed at Suwannee Store, Bush's Tackle Shop INFORMATIONMm ,) .. .\/ :icy' .,.. ,J i..,'rl!' .

AitntMlNone AnnualType '. '.'''11 ..
01 AccountPmbook nvosomon' Mn Term Rafe Yield
:No winners for Grand Prize ,1 /
duplicate except Stwmq None 1 19"faI' 139 .Sl .; AIItJ '
New Certificate Si" 000I 90 OaVf !*), 92 t 'I4
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, [ lunninghain Gulf Moves Into Lead On 10 0 Record Afore 2 KH Golfers Clinch I

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Cunningham Gulf moved For a third win of the week' tie; all runs were scored on make-up game due to rain.It's Doug Eiland, and Lloyd Division Tour TitlesTwo
Ho first place with a 10-0 Cunningham topped First singles. Brooker broke the tie eight runs were scored on a Crawford. Page 14
,Jcord in Men's Recreational Methodist 17-4 last Thursday in the bottom of the seventh as Gene Melvin home run, Besides the two defeats, junior golfers from Keystone and Jay Barker of
ow-Pitch Softball, defeating night with one home run by Rudy Williams scored the singles and errors. Brooker Lawtey won two games.1en's Keystone Heights clinchedfirst Starke, each scoring 20.
f cond place First Baptist 6.4, Billy Sanford, three triples, winning run on a single by edged 11 hits! to Lawtey's: 10. place in their divisions in
urth place Brooker 12-2, and two doubles and double Bass !\ slow-pitch Softball In the 14-15 division Rock
and 14 singles. It Bigham a by lead the Patterson the sixth round of play of the
game
Lawtey EligibleFor
will its
1st First Methodist 16- play last two games Hutchings, playing on his
place was a total of 20 hits for 17 for a 11-10 win. First Methodist all North Central Florida PGA
1 during the week's play. against Monday and Tuesday nights home course, came in with 38-
runs, compared to First During last Thursday for Junior Golf-Around at Green
last Wednesday night Scotland
I First Baptist fell 6-4 to Methodist's 10 hits for 4 runs. night's game Brooker trim- night beginning at 7 p.m. Baldwinvs. TripBob Cove 39 77 to win Monday's
Springs,
win ,
seven Monday
18-9 scoring July
an
Sunningham Gulf Monday Terry Hardee, Fred Wheeler, med Lawtey Skating Rink 13- runs in the fourth; and nine in Cunningham and First Patterson of 1234 22. round. Two strokes back was
ght, as Cunningham's Terry and Gordon Beal, all went 3- 7, scoring ten of its 13 runs in the seventh. Lawtey scored on Baptist vs. Brooker, Monday Blanding,Starke,employed at Dudley Cason of Lake City
ardee, Bob Allen and Claude for-4 at the plate. the seventh inning on 14 and four errors. night. Lawtey vs. Baldwin, Starke Slade Gas Company, is with a 39.40-( 79. Matt Herres,
11
ardee slugged three homeins Brooker also had a winning batters for its victory.For Frank singles Long had a perfect Brooker vs. Cunningham and eligible to win a free trip to David Brown and Richard Starke, and Donald Johns,
( in the first two innings of second Methodist vs. Brooker, Lake City, are leading this
streak week, defeating First a victory over night at the plate with a 5for5on Scotland and $1,000 as a resultof O'Donoghue captured their
Methodist IMO, Lawtey 13.7 Lawtey, Brooker took a 8-5 singles for Lawtey. Tuesday night.Statistics scoring a hole-in-one on par fourth win this past week and division with 79 points each.
1 lay.Terry Hardee opened the and 85. victory, during the second 13-3-176,at the Starke Golf and now have the maximum totalof Hutchings and Cason have a
ame as he slugged a home Brooker edged by First game, Thursday night, in a Fora second win Lawtey : Country Club.Patterson's. 84 points. Brown, com- total of 78 points.
|tin and was followed by Methodist 11-10, Monday nightas trimmed Smith and Brown 4- Cunningham 10-0; First ace qualifiedhim peting in the 10-11 division,
lien's home run giving First Methodist opened the Women's Softball... 2, in the third inning, scoring Baptist 9-2; Baldwin 7-3; for the annual Rusty Nail shot a 44 to win by one stroke The seventh and final round
'unnlngham Gulf a 2-0 lead. game when Joey Bakken the winning runs on a triple by Brooker 4-5; Lawtey 4-6; Hole-In-One Sweepstakes, a over Steve Greek of Keystonewho will be played at Ironwood
In the bottom of the second singled, and was brought (From Page 10)Koch's ) Larry Rollins and three Smith and Brown 2-10; First national competetion spon- stroked a O'Donoghue Golf and Country Club in
laude Hardee started the around on two more singles by opened the scoring singles by Arthur Hewitt, Methodist 010. sored by the Drambuie totaled 19 strokes for three Gainesville, Monday, July 29.
inning slamming a solo home four runs in the top of the first in the Following play, a luncheonwill
Gary Jones and Bob Autry, fora Company of Edinburgh, holes to take first place
inn for a 3-1 Cunningham Gulf 1-0 lead. inning on three singles and afielder's Scotland. The winner will be 9 and under group. One stroke be held and trophies
lead. Then Andy Harmon, With Brooker's up in the choice, for a 4-0 lead.Koch's r- announced early next year. back was Bobby Jett of awarded.
defense held until the II / r
rred Wheeler and Lloyd bottom of the first, J.E. Mott
hilpin; scored three more walked, and scored on Henry bottom of the second whenColonial's 7 1s .
tuns, after Hardee, on back- Harrell's double. Harrell was Pam Macy and Joy t i I
o-back hits, all getting on brought around on a single by Andrews scored off of errors Help Elect
jba.se with singles to give Bob Dyal and a double by Joe for 4.2 edge.Koch's .
Cunningham its six winningrunS. Robinson. Dyal scored onRobinson's swung hard bats to
double and score another two runs in the j
Bob Allen, Billy Sanford andlaude Robinson scored on Billy top of the third when Darlene
Stancil and Carolyn Redding FRANK WILLIAMS
Hardee had a 2-for-3 Bigham's single for a 4-1
Inignt at the plate. Cun- Brooker lead. scored on a single by Diane
ningham had 12 hits to First Both teams held each other McNeal and three errors, for a
6-2 lead. Colonial held Koch'sat
I Baptist's 9.Cunningham. for two innings when Brooker
Gulf six runs as they scored two State Representative
I rapped broke the hold as Harrell
I Brooker 12-2 last Wednesday scored on a double by Gene in the fourth on two singles by
Andrews and Sheila
I night on a home run, doubles, Melvin for a 5-1 lead. Brooker Joy
I singles and errors, for its came back again and scored 64.Forsyth Then narrowing in the bottom the gap of the to Qualifying is over and it's time to begin
]victory. Larry Allen sluggedthe five more runs on a triple by
when fifth Beverly Kendall tied the campaigning. If you would like to help
home run seven Danny Bass and four singlesby
butters went to the plate in the Dyal, Bigham, Steve run game homer 6-6 as for she Colonial.In slugged.a two- elect Frank Williams to the House of

third inning. Cunningham Nipper and Gene Raulerson, the bottom of the sixthColonial's Representatives please call 964-7202 or
collected 12 hits to Brooker's for a 10-1 lead. Colonial Florist receives Second Place Trophy after an 8-3
| 9. Dwight Elder had a 3-for-4 First Methodist came from Pam Macy was sent record. Bottom (I to r) Linda Lunn, Margie Evans Sheila 4733209.
base fielder's choice
night at the plate on three behind and scored nine runs in to on a Forsyth and Karen Reddish. Standing Judy Adams. Pam
singles. the top of the fifth for a 10-10 then brought around on JoyAndrews' Macy. Coach Don Bagwell, Carol Beam and Joy Andrews.Not .
single for a 7-6 win. pictured Violet Kendall Beverly Kendall, and Cheryl
.11111.,. Colonial had 11 hits to Koch's Crosby.
10. Joy Andrews had a perfect
Plant BuysFGGER night at the plate for Colonial,
J j' going 4-for-4.
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-.,- ..." was dated Saturday !
July 19.
can you say about a 95inning 1879. :
( \ on 96)) year old 1 ?

newspaper that was founded j jI' The Telegraph had been r 1974, the year of uncertaintyfor family and operator labor of
.i Starke on a hot July jI I published less than 20 years our farmers, is proving to about$9,000, the grower would
s.iturday: in 1879 and has given when disaster struck this be difficult from every angleas actually be losing about $5,000
hii'th to 4,940 weekly editions section of Florida in the formof this year's productionmoves annually on returns to land
I I'
Mnie that time the "Big Freeze" of the late to market. Most far- and management.
1890's which killed the knew that would
orange mers they
('an that it has all
you say cattle producerswere
If beef
groves dotting this area of have more invested in their
been beer and skittles, milk Florida and dashed the to analyze their situation
hopesof and livestock this
and and fun and crops year
honey would
games I'm sure they
pioneers who had invested because everything they hadto right now
throughout a near century of their time and labor and buy had risen in price from find that they are in a simihar

publication? money in trying to establish a 25 to 300 percent a year situation, if not even worse.
citrus industry in this North Cattlemen can't do much
You could, (perhaps, but that earlier.
would be something less ;han Central urea of Florida about( the prices they are
the truth and in this day of Disgusted investors abandoned -_ Since farmers have a receiving. Their only alter-
perjury and deception in the their groves and moved Politics Bustin' Out All Over tremendous investment in native is to try to produce beefas
tiSETTING back the machineryand efficiently as possible. One
highest offices of the land, we I to northern states land, buildings,
from and since of the to produce beef
needevt'ry bit of truth which they came, but equipment, ways
we can
get The Telegraph remained to Youthful Bruce A. Smathers, of Jacksonville, Democratic many of them get their efficiently is to produce( the
ride out the disaster with a candidate for Secretary of State, was greeting potential livelihood from the farm, they most grazing and feed as
few hardy souls who stayed voters at the Bradford County courthouse Monday. On the could not afford to quit far- economically as possible. It's
The truth is that The and tried to rebuild the local receiving end of the Smathers' handshake Is Shellle Smith, a ming because of these high been said many times that it is
Telegraph was born in blood, :. TAPE The old-time hand economy by concentrating member or the grand jury in session Monday. production costs and no real more economical to feed a
sweat, and possibly tears- compositor as depicted in 1893 by William their efforts on strawberriesand promise of better prices for cow from a fertilizer bag thana
fathered by a pioneering Schmedtgen Sea Island cotton Other state candidates visiting the county this week were their production.We feed bag-meaning to fertilize
newspaperman, Col. W'.\\i. Secretary of State Dick Stone, a candidate for the U.S. grass for grazing and hay for
:Moore oho came to Starke in A second disaster struck Senate, and John S. Shipp, of Tallahassee, candidate for have heard a lot about year round feed. This will

the 1870's when it was a grubby some two decades later when Florida Commissioner of Education.HOME the increase in farm income in continue to hold true with
houses and "false front"trame today ,. .without modern
liltle railroad whistle our state and nation over the fertilizer
stop the infamous boll weevil higher prices
stores, and in it machinery..without
see a adequate
with 500 nondescript last few However, very feeds and feed
some
devastated the cotton years. because grain
community that would need help ..without much financial crop
inhabitants little has been said about net tend to correlate with
causing abandonment of prices
and support its own support, Col. Moore and his NOTESFROM far-
from
another staple crop, and income or profits fertilizer prices.We .
But Col. Moore must have newspaper. birth young to son Sterling, gave bringing hard times such as ming. It is my guess that the

been a man of vision to look at Overcoming obstacles that bitiously titled a newspaper"The Florida, am- were experienced in the Big YOUR EXTENSION farmers net income is actually have one opportunity to

the I tiny nest of rough hewn would seem insurmountable Telegiaph" The first issue Freeze era. ./,. ECONOMICS HOMErr'f } declining when, cattlemen especiallythis increase our forage
f'1T r year production that can benefit
The next disaster was the 61. : swine producers, poultrymen, cattlemen in a number of
Florida land boom-and-bust of .! "l'BY KATHY tobacco growers, and other ways. I am encouraging our
the late 1920's followed by the farmers are getting lower cattlemen to plant clover in all

etDiTOTUAlSEMC "Great Depression" of the1930's. prices for( their products than pastures that are suitable for

During this time it was All mothers who work admissions and record they have in previous years.As this crop. Now is the time to
nip and tuck with the keeping. will
outside the home are con- select these fields that

1..... Subscribers newspaper paid publication for their cerned about finding quality This Act takes effect July 1, a recent an example analysis of this of point some, grow clover to determine, take lime a soil and
day care for their children.We sample
paper with syrup and eggs or 1975 After that date, every broiler producers in our area, fertilizer requirements, and
other farm products, which Child Care Facility in the the total annual income froman
are all glad to know that make plans for planting this
the state is required to have farm would be
hungry newspaper staff a average
our legislators are also con- October. We have a good
To ContinueIt was thankful to get, since littleor cerned with children. In the license which must be about $19,000. This sounds like bulletin that outlines the ways

no money was in circulation 1974 Legislative Session, a bill renewed annually Family the grower is making a killing. for efficient legume
Day Care Homes, as But when total productioncosts
will make
making that
was passed provisionsfor production help
defined be be
previously may were determined to
is reassuring to know that the portable radios allow the EMT to After that came years of state wide minimum licensed under this act if they about $15,000, the returns for your pasture program pay.
Bradford County Commission Monday receive vital instructions at the scene, prosperity as Starke thrived licensing regulations for day are presently being licensed labor and management was Call or come by for your copy,
centers about
have
care if
the EMT in effect with the establishment ol under an existing county about $4,000. If the or you questions
night approved a budget item of $22,900to making a remote arm only
Camp Blanding on the shoresof licensing ordinance, or if the fair for your pasture program.
carry on the Emergency Medical Care of the doctor, and giving the hospital Kingsley Lake, and the and This rehabilitative act relates to services health board of county com- grower figured a price

program for"a three month period after advance information so the emergencyroom consequent influx of some requiring licenses for child missioners passed a

Federal funding of the project expireson can be prepared to receive the 100,000 men at the infantry care facility operation, to resolution that family day

June 30, 1975. The Commission'saction patient on arrival. training center. protect the health, safety, and care homes be licensed.I FORESTRY

will insure operation of the EMC So the past 95 years haven't well-being of the children of I believe that when this act Terry It?edy!
The installation of direct "hot line" exactly been a bed of the state. effect and Farm Forester I
program for the remaining three monthsof roses, takes day care IN BRADFORD COUNTY
the 1974-75 fiscal year, until October telephones, toll free numbers, and although not one of the editors Since it was the legislative facilities become licensed and

1, 1975, at which time it will be advanced radio communications mean would during have those traded trying his lot times for intent that the freedom of subject regulations and to minimum,
inspection we
necessary for the Commission to budgetfor that trained EMTs and their fully the cushiest job in the land. religion (of all citizens shall not shall find improved facilitiesfor This week I spent some time sect actually is. All members
be
violated this act does
,
not
an entire 12-month period if EMC is equipped rescue unit are speeding to There was a certain care of our children. This with Charlie Chellman, forest( under the class Insecta have
aid within seconds of call for satisfaction in weathering give any governmental should and Florida one pair of antennae, three
continue. The estimated annual cost is your a help, agency the jurisdiction give assurance entomologist with the
around $60,000.Under 24 hours a day, seven days a week those economic storms and authority to regulate or peace of mind to mothers who Division of Forestry. Just as a body sections, and three pairsof
the legs. Spiders and scorpions,
helping community find must work outside the home general practicioner would
new ways to recover and pull supervise, or be involved in and are worried about the confer with a heart specialistin by the way, aren't insects
the original contract with the This is in ofa any Sunday School, Sabbath because lack antennae
especially important case itself up by its own bootstraps.So care their children receive. medical practice, the they
Eight County Emergency Medical Care heart attack, so the victim does not School or other nursery foresters in the Florida while having four pairs of legs

Project, Bradford has received (or been have to drive himself or have someone what can we say about a service attending provided worship service.for those ]If you have questions or are Division of Forestry will call and two body sections. Theyare
interested in In-
allocated) a total of $174,800 in federal else drive him to the hospital. The EMTs 95-year-old newspaper, now formation about this more Act, call on Mr. Chellman for advice on in the class Arachnida.

funds for the EMC program over a two know just what to do in case of cardiac launching continuous into its !'Kith year of Purpose of the act is to me and I'll try to help you. special insect problems! that We know that there are
and half The Federal allo- publication establish statewide minimum we come up against in literally hundreds of speciesof
a year period. problems, with no loss of time, which
standards for the care and forestry. Although we, as
insects that exist. Some of
cation will cease next July 1, however, the difference between life -Only that we are proud to
might mean protection of children in child foresters, have training in these insects, such as the
when expense of the program must be and death. be numbered among that care facilities, to. insure I 42d aefti"M.KE t entomology, Mr. Chellman is honeybee, are very beneficialto
handful of businesses the
assumed by the county. in maintenance of these stan- the expert available in case man. Citrus growers rely on
nation that can lay claim to
dards, and to approve county something arises that with insects to pollinate( the
Bradford EMC The project has also installed and almost a century of servingthe which not familiar. I'd
The County Manage- administration and en- we are flowers. Without these insectswe
maintains a toll-free telephone number people and the interests of A DEAD: TOWN" insects bit
ment Committee, with George Canovaas forcement to regulate con- like to talk about a wouldn't have oranges,
chairman points out that Bradford which can be used free of charge its community.That ditions in such facilities Close( everything up on today while the subject is (on honey, and many other items.

anywhere in northeast Florida to gain through a program of licen- Wednesday. Our town is my mind.
the
County residents are now receiving we are grateful for
sing. On the other hand
for the function of some
starving
medical have access to the Emergency Rescue this opportunity to serve, and Unless have studied
best emergency care they business. Help kill it! Make you insects are considered to be
ever received, and are at last freed of System. This number is 18003421516. the support( of the communitythat The act defines Child Careas sure everything closes on entomology to some degree, pests that create problems forman

the old, and dangerous method of simply When dialed, the number rings the has made such service the care, protection, and Wednesday. Then the local you probably just lump all the The fall webworm, an
Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Center possible. supervision of a child for a will feel they shouldn't little creatures around you as immature moth, has created
victim the nearest treat- people
rushing a to period of less than 24 hours a All of us can identify
bugs. webs
be unsightly in most
I'll pecan
where the caller is connected directlyinto here. help k ill this town.
ment facility in a race with time. --That we are ever more day on a regular basis which some insects, such as the fly trees around Starke this
a "hot line" to the appropriate aware, of the significance of. supplements for the child, in This is what is happening. I or mosquito or fire ant. summer. Some parts of
The Bradford County EMTs are county dispatcher. The dispatcher then those words written by the accordance with his Individual live 18 miles away. I come to Florida have an introduced

trained and equipped for immediate alerts the rescue unit concerning the location beloved author, Charles needs, daily care, Starke to shop because I live Well, believe it or not, none twig girdler which attacks the

treatment at the scenebetter treat- and nature of the emergency, and Dickens, and just as true enrichment opportunities, and in Bradford County I shop at of the insects just mentionedare magnolia, redbud, and
today as when they were first health supervision and wherea Mallards, Gem Jewelry, true bugs! Within the dogwood, all common yard
ment than was ever before available, the entire process takes only seconds to published a century ago: payment, fee or grant is Bullington's, Koch's, etc. animal kingdom is the class trees. On commercial forest

even by doctors just a few years ago. complete. made for care.A called Insecta Under this we lands we also can have insect
"THE PRINTER Without I want this town and if have the breakdown into
Today, almost every emergency patient : open problems. Here in Florida, the
arrives at the hospital in a better condition While Florida legislation is needed to him, tyrants and humbugs in Child Care Facility is it is not going to be open I various orders, including the Ips Bark Beetle readily at-
all countries would have their defined as any child care won't come here. I may be an Hemiptera or true bugs. A tacks a pine tree that has been
( than he or she was at the scene of determine the final disposition of own way. He is a friend of center or child care outsider. This is my county. I true bug is one with a weakened by such things as

the accident project-owned equipment, officials are intelligence and thought..a arrangement that provides want to support it but you triangular shield on his back lightning drought, or even
confident that it will either be given or friend of liberty...of child care for more than 5 have to let me do it. between the wings, an root damage which occurred

The committee chairman points out sold to the county for a minimal price. freedom...of law...indeed the children unrelated to the example of which is the during a logging operation(
If
that the county's EMC technicians have friend of every man who( is a operator and which receives a you want to close, you do bedbug.
friend of order. payment, fee or grant for any not need my business. Vour'remaking
all received a minimum of 81 hours of Bradford County now has the equip- of the children receiving care too much money. The fly and mosquito Not only Ips, but other in-

training, and are especially trained in ment, the communications system, and "Of all inventions, of all: Response welcome. happen to fall into the order sects diverse'causes attack trees weakenedby
.
the emergency treatment of heart attacks the trained personnel for a viable rescue discoveries in science and The Act also defines a Diptera which is charac- of Only
during periods infestation
modified heavy -
terized
Care Home-an
well the victims of illnessesand It is that the art..of all the Family Day Keith Ryan by hindwings
as as program. good to see great results in occupied residence in which Florida called halteres which will you find insects
accidents. County Commission has recognized the the wonderful progress of day care is regularly providedfor resemble lollipops. What attacking apparently healthy

importance and the need of such a skill mechanical.. energy and no more than 5 pre-school about beetles? They belong to trees. Once the insect gets
.the DEPUTIES COMMENDED: :
printer the
is only children and the order and started in a stand, it can at-
Instant radio communications with program and has included the necessary product of elementaryschool Coleoptera are
civilization
children from more (The Sheriff's office has identified by hardened front tack healthy trees if the
doctors either the via funds
at hospital or in its 1974-75 budget. necessary to the existence of conditions
than unrelated and line down are just right
free one family, received the following letter wings a straight
men. including pre-school children which was made public by their back. allowing the newly laid eggs to
living in the home and pre- Sheriff Dolph Reddish.) hatch and a tremendous
I Col. Moore and all the school children received for Let's just take a moment number of new adults to at-

Politics vs ReasonJohn editors who have succeededhim day care who are related to Dear Sheriff Reddish: :and find out just what an in- tack the surrounding stand.
over the past 95 years the' resident caregiver.
would have cherished those Elementary school siblings of The Keystone Golf and

words Their only hope, no the pre-school hours providedthe Country Club would like to
Doar, special counsel for the unlawful interference with the conductof doubt, would be that they total number of children- express their appreciation for 20 Democrats QualifyFor

House( Judiciary Committee (and a Re-! lawful investigation by the Depart could live to be worthy of including the caregivers own the outstanding police work

publican, it should be noted) is not a man I! ment of Justice improper and them.In and those related to her does performed by Deputies Executive CommitteeTwenty
not exceed 10. Backus and Denton.
to mince words.If unlawful misuse of other agencies of the

executive branch, including the CIA, The Act set up a Child Care When vandalism was

ever a spade was called a spade, Mr. and the release of deliberately false and Advisory Council, made up of discovered at our Club your Democrats Pierce and Joyce V. Hut-

Doar did so in these paragraphs from his misleading statements from the White parents, owners and operatorsof office was notified. These two qualified for membership on cheson.
Precinct 5 James V,
child care facilities, and officers answered the call and the Bradford( County
final articles' of impeachment for the House and by the President. representatives of agencies performed( an outstanding job Democratic Executive Crosby, Jr.. and Lucille H.

committee consider before their vote, Q concerned with child caret of investigation and Committee before the Green.
expected this week: "For all of this Richard M. Nixon is This Council will help to prehension. They are a creditto ap- qualifying deadline at noon Precinct 6 -Sylvia Reddish.

personally and directly responsible. For establish minimum licensing your fine organization and a Tuesday Precinct 7 James W.
ancient Greece, students standards which will include Each of the county's 17 Prince and Elizabeth G.
his part in it he has been found by a duly great service to the com-
"Beginning immediately after the wore rosemary twined in their the following is entitled to Walker.
areasper: precincts
( ) and constituted grand jury in the District of hair while studying for examinations munity. Precinct 8 Eugene L.
Watergate burglary, continuing up sonnel, physical facilities, R.J. Philpot, Secy. representation by one man
to the present time, Richard M. Nixon Columbia to have participated in a because rosemary sanitation and safety, Keystone Golf and and one woman on the com Matthews.

using the powers of his high office criminal conspiracy to obstruct justice, in symbolic of remembrance. nutritional practices, and Country ClubmilijjF mittee. Vacancies in precincts Precinct. 9 Ann W. God-

but not indicted solely by reason of his that failed to qualify canwm.
acting directly and personally and i, didates will be filled by ap- Precinct 12 L.M. Gaines.
through his personal agents . has office as President, leaving the pursuitof R Q4 pointment later. Precinct 13A Guy An-

made it his policy to cover up and justice no recourse but through the cot, Names will not appear on drews and Elizabeth S. An-

conceal responsibility for the burglary, constitutional powers of impeachmentand the September 10 ballot since drews.

the identity of other participants, and removal from" office granted to the LWoc p4 no opposition developed in any Precinct Precinct 14 15B- Harry- Arthur Green.W.

the existence and scope of related unlawful Congress u precinct.Those qualifying for the Two.

covert activities. op10 county committee were: Republicans qualified
From the evidence before the committee BOB G. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER Precinct 1 James T. for positions on the Bradford

"The means of implementing this Mr. Doar concludes that: "Reason- Publisher Wainwright and Lillian County Republican Executive

policy have included the subornation of able men acting reasonably would find Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla under Act Pearson. Daniel Woodburn Committee., Precinct They were S: N.L.and
Bright ;
Precinct 2 -
perjury, the purchase of silence of those the President guilty. In the forth of March 3. 1879. and Hermia Sherman. Kenneth E. Hagar Precinct

directly participating in the burglary coming debate and the final voting, we Subscription rate in trade area: 86 per year: $3.60 six months. Precinct 3 Vernon E. Olin 15A. Woodburn also qualifiedand
that rather than Outside trade area: $7 per year: $4.00 six months. as county representative
the obstruction of justice the can only hope reason, Lila RaeYawn. on
Phono 964-6306 St1 k8. Fla. H. the Republican State Com-
will Precinct 4 George
politics, prevail.
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mr. and Mrs. James Norris, Auto Rams
Church of God Sunday LA WTEY' of Miami, were weekend &
School 10 a.m. ; Worship guests of their brother-in-law :
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; and sister,Mr.and Mrs. Doyle Into StoreSix
YPK!; and prayer Meeting By Elizabeth Terry Starling.Mr. .

Saturday at 7:30.: 18. More than 55 persons attended Mrs. C.R. Crews and Glen and Mrs. Bennett minor automobile accidents -
Faith Baptist Church and reported a good Ann spent a week with her Wilkison, Jr., of Jacksonville including one in
Radio Program over WPXE 8 time. called on their parents Mr.
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. which the
a car ran through
a.m. Sunday, Bible School 10 United Methodist Women and and Mrs. Bennett Wilkison
and Mrs. Tommy Clayton door of Pine-hurst Grocery on '
a.m.; Worship Services 11 met at the home of Mrs. son, of Jacksonville. On Sr., after the double weddingof SR-100 south in Starke were ttfamilY center
a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; School on Mamie Lou Edwards, of Saturday they went to St. Andy Harvey and Miss Ann reported by the Starke Police t ;i
Bible Doctrine Tuesday 8 p.m. Starke, on Tuesday at 10 a.m. Augustine for Terry and TigerClayton's Starling, and Joseph Starling, Department during the week ;
1
at Pastor's home; Prayer Light refreshments were birthday party at and Miss Brenda Holmes, at from July ll-ia.
meeting Wednesday, 7:30: served before the meeting.Mrs. the home of their grand- First Baptist Church last

p.m., Bible Study. Coss gave the devotional parents, Mr.and Mrs. M.A. Friday night. When Mrs. Gladys Collins. mmaJlJ( (! (IJ (](!JaJru(3(
Grace United
Mrs. Danny
Methodist which was followed by the Clayton.Mr. Mr. and 41.t of Rt. 1 I. Box !1m( Starke
Church Sunday School J:45: : program by Mrs. Edwards. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston Thompson and sons, of stopped in front of Pinehurst I
a.m. Worship Service 11 There were II ladies present. were guests of their mother Jacksonville, were Friday Grocery; her foot slipped off U. S. 301 CENTER Starke. Fla.
a.m.; Wednesday night Choir overnight guests of their
Highland Baptist Church Mrs. R.A. Melton and grandson the brake and on to the ac-
Practice 7 p.m. ; United Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Donald Stokes, of Ocoee, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred celerator. Mrs. Collins didn't SUNDAY
TO 7
Methodist Fellowship 7:30: Morning Service, 11 a.m.; over the weekend. Their Mre. stop where she planned when OPEN 9 TO 9 MON. TO SAT. 12 I
p.m.; Sermon Topic lor July Choir Practice 6:30: p.m.; mother and nephew came Ralph Futch, of Black her auto jumped over the
28 Bake a Cake for God." Evening: Service 7:30: p.m.; home with them for two Mountain N.C. was a Sunday raised entry way, and crashed Prices Good Thru Sunday July 28th
There will be an administrative Prayer Meeting Wednesday at weeks. dinner guest of his aunt, Miss through the front door of the
Board Meeting at : Mr. and Mrs. Greg Dyal of Elizabeth Terry. On his way i store.
7 on Sunday.The 7:30.Northside home, he stopped by to see his
p.m. Baptist Church Warner Robbins, Ga., were No one was injured and no
Annual Sunday School Sunday School, 10 a.m. ; weekend guests of their mother, Mrs. Joyce Futch, in charges were filed in the
Picnic was held atStrickland's Worship Services 11 a.m. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blackshear, Ga., and then mishap, according to Captain &
Landing on 7:30: ) p.m.; Prayer Meeting Dyal, Leonette and grand- returned to his home and workat Harold Crews of the Starke
Kingsley Lake Thursday. July Wednesday at 7:30.: mother, Mrs. Lomie Mosley. Western N.C. Hospital Police Department. Insurance
Leroy Lovett, of Jacksonville Black Mountain N.C. Agent Merritt Williams at the
Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Robertson -
was a Sunday guest of scene said a building con-
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice. were Saturday overnight tractor would have to make
Outdoor Cooking Fun Airs. Eva!; Knight Mrs. Lois guests of their son-in-law and and estimate of damages.The .
Whisenant, and Mrs. Erma!; daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C.K. front door of the
Al Bryant, of Anniston Ala., Cowan; and son. grocery store was broken out.
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Saturday overnight guestsof the concrete and brick wall on
Les McClellan, Tuesday to their grandparents, Mr. and one side cracked, and the Sa
TruckloadSale Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Sr., were drink box dented.In .
Jack Kuhne Kelly, Stanley and Gregory Wilkisonof other accidents duringthe
and John went with her Live Oak. Their grand- week:
husband Jack, to Denver mother, Mrs. Bennett The 1974 Chevrolet of
PricesThe Colo. and will be gone until Wilkison returned home with Sterling Howard Copeland, 51,
Thursday.Mr. them and will spend a week of Jacksonville backed into
and Mrs. Paul Allen there prior to Hubert enteringthe the front of the 1968\( Chevroletof CLEARANCE PRICES
Jones and daughter of the hospital.Mr. Cheryl F. Lipka, 26 of
State Farm Mrs. Eva Knight and !Mrs. B.F. McCulleyand Orange Park on Tuesday July
Mrs. Lois Whisenant, and grandchildren were !9.) Both vehicles had stopped
I Ii Mrs. Erma!; Bryant, of Anniston Sunday dinner guests of their lot a red light at the US-301
', b Ala. were supper uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. and SR-100 intersection when Ladies Shorts All Swimwear
i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ernest: CSrider. of Starke. Ihe minor collision occurred
Jones and son Phil, of Starke. While there they celebratedMrs. causing $30 damages to the Girls Shorts Ladies Sandals
Alter dinner guests were Mrs : McCulley's birthday Copeland vehicle and $10 to
Elva!; Kirkland and Mrs anniversary.Mr. the Lipka auto. Patrolman Boys & Mens Shorts Ladies Sleeveless
Charles; Carter and daughter.Mr. and !Mrs. Jerry Jackson (J.A. Tomasovitch in-
GasGrill Sale of the year at your local NORGAS office!!II! and Mrs. Hubbard and daughter of Hanover, vestigated. No charges were Ladies Blouses Pant Suits

Harley, of Bushnell were Ind., are spending sometime tiled against either driver.
weekend guests of their son- with their friends Mr. and The 1W4! Comet of !Nelson: Ladies Tops Ladies Shoes

We have acquired an excess stock of 1st line GASGRILLS by in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lock, and family.Mr. :Moore.) 55,of Starke,was hit in
ARKLA from statewide NORGAS TRUCKLOAD SALES. Mrs. Wayne Massey and and Mrs. Fred Moore the right side as it was Girls Tops Mens Shoes
family and other relatives. were Sunday dinner guests: of traveling north on Walnut
Terri and Virginia Massey, their son-in-law and daughter.Mr. : Street Friday, July 12. The
of and !Mrs. Wesley Thomas Chevrolet of Shirley
and Lisa Harley daughter li! (>4
Our volume purchasing allows us to offer you the lowest prices of I and son, of Live Oak.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harley I'upeland Varnes. of Starke, Cook'n CajunSmoker $3488
the on 1st line, quality Arkla Grills. of
year top Mrs. Gloria Licea
went home with them. westbound on WashingtonStreet
Bernard Rosier, of Fort Miami, spent the weekend failed to stop at the $ 99
Pierce was a dinner guest ofMr. with her parents !Mr. and intersection resulting in the- 19
Most models available for immediate delivery cook out on : and Mrs. Les McClellanon Mrs. Doyle Starling. Her driver being; charged with GrillWas
America's Best outdoor Grill and enjoy truly great savings!!I Sunday.Mr. daughter: Michelle who spent running a stop sign and
and Mrs. J.C. Prevatt, some time with the Starlings, violation of driver license
.Jr. of Gainesville were returned home with her ,restrictions.! Patrolman E.D.

Example Model shown GRD-30 Completewith Saturday afternoon guests of mother. Phillips report of the accident 72x27 Inflatable
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. !Mrs Robert E. Lee and indicated damages of $::100 to
Cart gas cylinder gas Karen and Manuel Martinez, and to
Carl Prevail.Mr. :Moore's vehicle $200
and shelf Ready to cook on : and Mrs. Bob Jones and visited Disney World, at the V'arncs car. 77cFlex
tonightRegular son Phil. of Starke Mr. and Orlando, on Wednesday. The unattended and Air Mattress
!Mrs. Wm. Morgan and Mrs. unoccupied 1974 Ford of Isaac
Price: $18495 Klva: Kirkland and son 2 Teachers XV. Hampton,32, of Starke was
Calvin, gathered at the homeof Attend the sideswipe victim of a hit
WorkshopTwo
Mr. and Mrs. Les Mc and run auto while parked in Wall 5ft.
Our Special Truckload Clellan, Thursday night while Bradford teachers the parking lane of East $ Q88
Mrs. Eva!; Knight and friends were among 14 from Florida Brownlee Street at the Pine
were there Irom Anniston. and Kentucky to complete a Street intersection.The .
Sale Price: S14444 Ala. and enjoyed sacred songs two-week workshop for hit and run accident WadingPool
and guitar music. agribusiness teachers in occurred about 4 a.m.
!Mrs. Tim Blackburn horticultural education at Saturday morning July 13 and
returned home Sunday from Murray] State University in was investigated by
!
You Save Over 4011 Bradford County Hospital Louisville July 112. Patrolman E.D. Phillips. Decorator
alter several day there. We The two local teachers are The 1971 Chevrolet of Alice $ 00
pray that she will l continue to husband and wife, Dianne and Diggs Hamilton, 53, of Law tey
Hurry to our office now while we still have a good 1
into the right side of the
improve.Mr. Walter Wescott. She teaches ran
while last
selection This sale good supplies
and Mrs.,Virgil Griffis horticulture at the Bradford- 16!( Buick of Learantine B. Throw Pillows
,and family, of alatka, were Union Vo-Tech Center; he is a Cuffee., of Starke causing
Northern Sunday dinner guests of their pre-agriculture; instructor at $200 damages to the Chevroletand
PropaneGas mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Bradford !Middle School. $400 to the Buick.
; sister. Mrs. Daisy Boch The group toured hor- The collision occurred Fire KingBatter
and Lynn. ticultural facilities around Saturday. July 13 at the
Company 1lrs.Iaxie! Reddish and Louisville, including a one day Jackson and Walnut Street 99
sons, Donald and Randall, of tour of Lakewood Gardens intersection The Buick was
the State Farm, were which, with 10 acres of plantsin traveling north on Walnut and Bowls
Keystone Heights, Fla. Phone 473-4351 Saturday afternoon guests of greenhouses, is the largest the Chevrolet was westboundon
724 1. 15 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Les producer of wholesale hor- Jackson when the collision
:McClellan. ticultural plants in Kentucky. occurred.
There were no injuries in 14 oz.
,'i-.iv: the accident but both drivers c
were charged by Patrolman
--------L E.D. Phillips. Hamilton with 15
-I running a stop sign and Cuffeefor Comet Cleanser
violation of driver license

/1S restrictions.The .
1903( ; Rambler of Erma!;
I
I'A'Af Lee Dykes, 47, of Chester, 5 To BoxBrillo
-
Georgia, sustained damagesof
V $40 to the left rear of the c
vehicle when it was struck by 15
the 1972! Ford of Millie Judd Pads
Simmons 58. of Starke.

) causing minor damage to the
,.' right front of the Simmons
,,... vehicle.
The accident occurred 17 oz.Downy.

Saturday July 13 as the Dykes c

You know how high the"cost auto was attempting to makea 37
right turn off of SK-100) onto Softener
US-301. No charges were tiled
of housing has gone. against either driver by
"
Patrolman Julius D. Eunice
who investigated the accident.



J 1 .;. 4 Break-ins I Car Cleaning Kit 77Wynn's


... Four break-ins and one case
vandalism were reportedover
the weekend of July 19-21

For us, too. by the Starke Police Depart


The American dream house is believe they have worked out the FPL is trying to keep costs ment.The Longhorn Restaurant Car Products 33
than ever.Especially most efficient systems of any utility down.The economies we have and The Jo-Lu Motel both
more expensive in the country. Yet no devised work.The simple fact is located on US-301 south John
in Florida. In just the past year company absorb the inflated costs that without them costs would Sherman's Gulf Service at the
home can
the average price of a new system intersection of SH-100 and US-
have been a lot higher. We have
13%. Yet .like.. they say of today. Motel
has gone up 301 and The To-Rena on
blunted the edge of inflation. But
To electricity to
bring your
people have to live somewhere. north US-301.were the victimsof 70 Bandages
build substations there comes a point where to cut
home Fit must
where FPL comes in. break-ins night
This is Saturday
Because housing needs relay points between your home any further would seriously hinder and all were reported to the BandArds47c
your
determine our housing needs. To and the power plant. And the our ability to serve you. Starke Police Departmentbefore 1
increasing need for substation that cost us $688,470 FPL cannot predict the future 10 a.m. Sunday mor Special
serve your have to house new in 1973 now costs close to$900.000. of the economy. We do not know if ning.
electricity we and plants.And An examination of lust one of inflation will continue as it has in At the Longhorn and
substations power costs will help tell why. the past.We do know that we will Sherman's an undisclosed
has our you
the cost of our housing gone amount of cash was taken Regular SizeDial
Reinforcement steel rose from continue to bring you the electricity
up too. $278.00 in need.At the lowest possible cost. from cigarette machines in
will $161.40 ton in 1973 to you
It's gone up against our a .. .... each establishment.At .
.
1974. Almost all of our costs have ; 2 For 25C
efforts to keep
and our strenuous .... the Jo-Lu Motel the keysto
costs down.We have an Engineering gone up.Fuel equipment vehicles.Department ...A'\ r-r--, a drink box and a cracker SoapAluminum
whose primary maintenance and even the cost of I ;. -Mwtft ftPtople..serving vending machine were taken.
function is to build new facilities borrowing the money to build ,.I people The ToHenaIotel! was
the lowest possible costs. We the facilities. .... entered by the removal of a
at : ;
:i!; window. Nothing was reported
,If. taken but $15 in damages to a $144
candy machine.
f
r. Vandals cut the front and
back straps and the light Grass Edging
..
-, wires of a boat owned by JoeE.
-,. rap '.Pti SP V Williams, who resides at,
313 West Washington Street,
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. Incumbents Opposetlln UnionAt County To Pay Insurance Plan For EmployeesCounty I

the lose of the qualifying member Gerald Griffis will
PIM'ind at high noon, Tuesday, face two opponents from

.)ul21., 24 Democratic hopefuls llaiford, Robert J. (Bobby) will have estimated cost of receiving of the Action bas deferred on the
Anderson and Ellcano employees $13,000, the bids called for on the total approval
for
had qualified public Ileeves insurance protection at no commissioners approved the package commissioners were: budget requests of 'Uiu-DitTff Meeting: No. 3

olfiLO! in Union candidates County. in- The present chairman of the cost to them according to a item for inclusion in the new The cost will be under- Library $20,790, Agricul- ford County Zoning Board in Another meeting was
Twelve the 5 incumbents, are commission, Incumbent J. plan adopted by the county budget Specifications for the written and paid for by the ture and Home Economics the amount of $35,190 and the scheduled for Monday, July
(lulling( commissioners Monday. July coverage for hospitalization, commissioners and chargedout $21,98041, Motor Vehicle Starke Parks and Recreation
which the
socking seats on the School "Felton Smith of District 4 is 29, at 7:30: p.m, at
Com- being opposed by Archie 22, at the second budget life, and the extended protec- as an additional budget Inspection $22,575, Brad- Department for $15,000, commissioners hope to con-
Board and. t the County. Clemens planning session of the board tion of the employee's dependents item of each department. ford County Hospital$74,000 pending the receipt of further clude their budget planning.
missionIhomas Based on a preliminary will be drawn later and The insurance "windfall" (includes$15,000 in race track information on those requests.
G.School i Mobley.Board1lcnibcr in- Seven of the 8 Union county amounts to about $250 an- funds), Emergency Medical
i uinbent will precincts found 12 qualifying nually for each of the 52 Care (operation of Rescue
I from District 1,
the Union county employees and is in
for election to
In opposed by Nathan; Trowell County Democratic Executive addition to the 10 percent cost Ambulance Service) -
ul I ake I Butlei Committee. Only 1 precinct, 3- of living salary increase included $22,900, Civil Defense INSURANCESante
I Drawing) l two opponents in
\ in the new budget (Revised budget request) -
B, failed to qualify a candidate -
i I the District :J School Board figures. $34,740, Clerk of the Circuit
i 1Il'l'. incumbent Donald' G. The budget request of the Court $110,000, Supervisorof
I imkrs) is opposed b>' (.11'1 KHobhv Elections and Fe Collegeis
Qualifying\ from Precinct 1 Bradford County Fire Depart $26,000 Community
) Hawkins and Walter was Robert A. Driggers and / ment was approved after the Mosquito Control $47,750,
t,1 Uilliams, both Worthington Martha C. Kiherd; Precinct 2, deletion of $120 for lawn and reviewing all Fire and

Spl'lnAs. J. I D Griffis and Iris S. Davis; garden career $700 for SCUBA The Tax Assessor's budget Liability Insurance coverageson
I Incumbent Ka\ Powell I'recinct 3-A, Olin McCann 11,1 iJ diving equipment and $550 fora originally submitted in the i
diva opposition) f from Pamela and Patsy B. Cason; Precinct 1 L ; mobile radio The revised amount of $80,462, was Increased all properties owned or >
Holies Thomas I ( ot Lake Butler, 1'w to $83,268 on the recommendation -
Precinct
4 A, Ruth Poppell; budget total is $7,621.20 leased
lot the District 5: scat on thel'hool B, Randolph D Lawrence; Other budget requests of the Depart- by the College. '
bouidluo ), Precinct 5-A, L. M Crews and ment of Revenue

seats on the County Di-ssa L. Crews and Precinct Y-b The College will ''Negotiate
( om mission will be* in con :5.B, Hal Y. Maines and Jewell J
'tuition District 2 incumbent S. Coleman GAINESVILLEPLUMBING for purchase of insurancewith

III Sturke Splutters Hampton Batterslast Koch's Drugs receives Tram Sportsmanship Trophy area licensed agents

Tuesday night with Coach's Dewey McKinney left and & HEATINGINC. who qualify according to College
Thursday afternoon, With Hampton down 30 Garath Jones right.
impton Kecreation soft- Coach Bill McRae got his requirements. Final determ

I illeis" traveled to SUuke to team fired up for their last ination to be made by
softball and lost a 1-1 chance to score. With one I 'ior SALES AND SERVICE
illusion play: to the city t boys. batter out, Monty Moore got a 1 i til iI t*\\ sealed bid.Interested.

Hampton stalled the game base hit, followed by Larry ,; PLUMBING FIXTURES

".II but 'tailed to net anything!( Stone single T.J. Sheppardthen agents may Inquireto
WATER HEATERS.
SINKS
si irled: Both teams played a hit a fielder's choice to
MM 1'\ defensive ball game until put Larry Stone out at second, Grass that Greene Complete Bath and Kitchen Remodeling Director of Purchasing,

the'bottom of the third Starke yet scored !Monty Moore for Ask About Our Building F, N. W. Campusof
;cal: lolling( on a Mike Starling Hampton's one and only run. The grass on the other side of the fence
Inuble followed bv another James Curtis was then thrownout doesn't have to be greener. FPC can get --F LOIIU 3 YEAR PAYMENT PLAN Santa Fe Community College,
Inuble from 1'eena: Norman; to at first to end the ball
*
-into a Starke run With two game( with the final score 31. rid of your chinch bugs, and Fungus! p1ST 3000 N. W. 83rd Street,

i neuters already out. Chuck Starke winning ..,and help you keep your lawn at its \ ONTIOL Phone 1-372-1589 Gainesville, Florida.

Inhnson hit a pop-up to make greenest. Your lawn...WHERE THE GRASS e.waiu .., i .
911 SE. 4th ST. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
21 825Consolidated
.
the third out.Ilampton Rec. Dept. Week IS ALWAYS GREENER. I 4

held Staike until I
n____
tin lxttom of the sixth. With
one batter already out, Junior Fun Filled
hoemng( got( a base hit only

to be put out at second byI The main event at the Pratt
i buck .Johnson's base hit. Street Recreation Center
K,itie Lundy !got( on first b>' a :Monday July ]15, was a
I neldei choice withtwoouts. treasure hunt..
ri i ug Scott t hit a triple to send Clues were placed at
lohnson and Lundy home. various points around the
Ki iui\ :\U\eal:'; ended the playground area. Prizes of
inning with a fly into left field blow-bubbles were given to

I the participants that found the
clues Grand prizes ranged
Iron) Bo-Lo Paddles to loot-
301DRIVEIN balls Watermelons, donated
bv Bill Shields, were enjoyed
bv all.
Onedncbdav the girl's
ottball team played Lake
<'ity's team The Starke girls
heat Lake City 14-5. Thursday
Fn, Sat July J>, Starke will travel to Statement of Condition, June 30, 1974 BOARD OF DIRECTORSR.
Lake City and play the girl'sIInl'e
Chairman & Treasurer Daniel International
HORROR WILL HOLD YOU_ HELPLESS! again. Hugh Daniel',
Friday afternoon began a ASSETS Corporation, Birmingham Alabama
weekend of great fun for the Harry A. daSutts, Former President Southern Railway
gills a camp out The 17 girls Cash and Due from Banks $ 188,228,598 Company, Upperville, Virginia
Charles H. Dolson Chairman Executive Committee, Delta AirLines
left the Pratt Street Center at Investment Securities: Inc Atlanta Georgia
111UN I 13o:i ) p.m. When they reached U.S. Treasury Securities 62,498,787 Richard E. Ehlls, President. Florida National Bank at Lakeland
1f'Olays Lake the girls headed for the Fred H. Kent, Kent, Sears Durden & Kent Attorneys Jacksonville
water Alter a refreshingswim State and Municipal Bonds 252,153,064 Chauncey W. Lever, President and Chairman of the Board Florida
"AnAMIRICANINIfRNAIIONALRIas.'Y1IRfAR94111Yf3t appetites were huge Other SecuritiesTrading 43,904,593 National Banks of Florida Inc. and President. Florida First National
and supper was served. Account Securities 5,624,238 Bank of JacksonvilleJohn
Alter eating, the girls swam H. Manry,Jr, President. Florida National Bank & TrustCompany
Federal Funds Sold & Securities at Miami
again. At dark a campfire was
hours Purchased under Agreement to Resell 64,670,000 Allen H. Neuharth, President and Chief Executive Officer Gannett
lit and lor two everyoneplayed
Company, Inc., Rochester New York
THE SEXUAL TRANSFORMATION charades and rhythm Loans and Discounts I 701,394,415 Dr Alton Ochsner, Founder Ochsner Clinic and Ochsner
WILL OF A ACTUALLY MAN INTO TAKE A WOMAN The 1 girls began their day on Bank Premises and Equipment (Net) 36,272,464 Foundation Hospital, New Orleans Louisiana
BEFORE YOUR VERY EYESI PLACE Saturday with a "Woman Other Real Estate Owned 585,249 Stephen C. O'Connell, Former President. University of Florida
sued breakfast then back to Tallahassee
(he lake Alter lunch the girls I Interest and I Income Earned J. J. Parrish, Jr., President, J J. Parrish & Co Inc.. and Chairman
swam and returned to the Not Collected 12,378,589 of the Board Florida National Bank at Titusville
James A. Rhodes. Former Governor of Ohio President James A.
;
Pratt Street Center around 5 Other Assets 2,276.903
.m Saturday atternoon Rhodes & Associates, Columbus Ohio
p James Robinson Jr. President. Florida First National Bank
C. ,
Tomorrow will start the Total Assets $ 1.459,346,038 at PensacolaW.

PARENTS: weekend campout for the C. Smith, Immediate Past Chairman, Standard Oil Company of
Be cur.your OMltlrena'o lx>vs Kentucky Louisville Kentucky
$ IIleienllymaIur tto LIABILITIES AND STOCKHOLDERS'EQUITY William C. Swain President Florida National Bank at Coral Gables
,wiineee ins. Stanley A, Taylor PresIdent. Florida Bank & Trust Company at

Inlmci.tlei&I.I IJ.: !.LHI 't tb: Deposits: Daytona Beach

t Demand
LLLLL ... ti l[tit"PRESENTS : "' $ 543,216,334 OFFICERSChauncey
Time and Savings 683'947'948 W. Lever President and Chairman of the Board
Total Deposits John H. Manry,Jr". Vice.President
/ 1,227,164.282 James C. Robinson. Jr Vice-President
Federal I Funds Purchased and SecuritiesSold Robert M Ulscri. Vlce.PreSldent. Secretary and Comptroller/

I ILL;I I LLLLt L! Under Agreement to Repurchase Robert F. Stamp,Assistant Vice-President Treasurer and
Lee] *2s> COLOR ..= -:::: "; ':::::. Interest and Income Collected 31,110,100 Assistant Secretary

PLUS"The VfctUli Not Earned 24,390,894 DIVISIONSProvision

for Taxes Interest, etc.
FOR THE FIRST TIME 8,969,499 AUDIT
Ghost""Horror Other LiabilitiesTotal I Jack M. OelU Chief Examiner and Director ,
COUNTRY MUSIC S BEST 305.320
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MARKETING AND NATIONAL ACCOUNTS
Liabilities
Galore" 6 Nights a Week $ 1,291,940,095 Howard O.Tletjen, Director
Reserve for Losses on Loans
Featuring Guest Artist: 7,556 063 COMPUTER SERVICES
3 Pictures"Sun
Big Minority Interest in Subsidiary Banks 369'575 Peter P. Hetzler, DirectorStockholders'
Linda AmersonFri. Ralph L. Wolle, Jr., Assistant Director
Mon. Tue. Equity: CONSUMER LENDING

and Sat. Night Capital Stock, par value $12.50 Baxter E. Luther, DirectorCORRESPONDENT
Only S 1.00 Cover o,oqa ...
"Caged Heat" From 9 PM-2 AM Authorized 12,000,000 shares BANK SERVICES
Outstanding 9,829,392 shares William R. Humphries, Director
$ 122,867,400
and"Bury Undivided Profits CREDITADMINISTRATIONRobert
at Bobby'sHideaway 39.931.299 F. Stamp, Director
$ 162,798,699 Barry H McLean,Assistant Director

Me Less Excess of Par Value of Stock GENERAL ACCOUNTING

Issued Over Underlying Equity in H J.Horne,Director '.

Banks INVESTMENT ADVISORY SERVICE .,'
An Angle" 301 North-Waldo Subsidiary ((3,318,394)) Warren M. Cheek Director
Total I Stockholders' Equity S 159,480,305 Richard E. Kennedy, Manager of Bond Portfolio

Total Liabilities and Stockholders' PERSONNEL
Ernest J. Snead, Director

Equity $ 1,459,346,038 TRUST SERVICES

FLORIDA THEATREFri Charles S. Beck, Director



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SCHOOL By NEWS:Elizabeth, Givens Walker /'e.ru/ ... & Y'

Stitt Pastor. Mrs. Ethel Hall,

invited All interested to register adults for are lay speaker for the church, HOUSE PAINTING: Interior -. ---------

desired course at the Vo-Tecn any and 1 Deacon a Bible Tom Mission Hall School attended :i- Exterior. Hourly or by con Cash & Carry Tire 1 Sewing Machine
[ : FOR SALE J tract. Estimate HELP
'enter. For information call in Lakeland last weekend. The I 1st class gladly given. ( WANTED )

!Ui4-1i1 511.ImU.l'IIAI. activity will continue this I -SI guaranteed. workmanship Call Lonnie [A-- 4)) 2 E. CALL RepairAll

week
>nm ms: 22-20. Sunday Monday-Friday services will, July be INVENTORY REDUCTION: On Roberts Raiford, Fla 431- City I TIRES makes cleaned, oiled and

Dell Chapter 168 OES will concluded with Sunday School ranges refrigerators and dish 1768._7/11 4tp81OVERWEIGHT HELP WANTED FRONT END adjusted $7. All work guar.
hold its regular meeting ;litI\ ) a.m. washers. Dahmers Discount. - - Station attendants.: Service On 1 Acre With Trees & anteed. James Strickland,

Thursday night. July 25, at H !Si.;\ Johns Baptist Church, 7/25 4tchg 8/15 ? Lose ugly fat part time. John Full and Morgan Road and SR16. Ph.
Priced
Sherman.
p.m. in the Masonic (Hull on Kev. Willie I lull man pastor. FOR SALE: 250 Arc Welder with with Diadax plan Reduce Phone 9 482531tp 7/25 ForImmediate BRAKE SERVICE 964-8733 or 782-3189.

ItrownleeSt. All members are (Church School 10 a.m. Sun- Helmet $120. 21 cubic ft. excess fluids with Fluidex at - -- -- Sale 964.5800 tfchg
invited to attend.ItKCISTKHTOVOTK. day morning worship at 11. chest type freezer $125. Call Mitchell's Drugs. 7/252tp 8/1 QUALITY TIRES &
---- -- -- --- HELP WANTED: sell
Annual Women's Day observance Mr. Hand at 431-1212, Ext. Agents to 964.7826 964.6593
.: : will terminate 148. tip 7/25 NEED A SEAMSTRESS? Will our World Famous AFRO and SERVICE FOR LESS INSURANCEAT

All interested l citizens who Sunday. July 27. All women - ---- make good quality custom BLACK Wigs. 4 fast selling George RobertsReal TFN REDUCED RATES

are not registered to vote are are asked to please try and FOR SALE: 45 speed records on fitting clothes for men, Wigs. For information call Bill --.......-----..
asked to please do so in order lullill (heir obligations. 96 cents at Dahmers women children. 9646722. at 912-283-8131 COLLECT. 9 Estate AUTO, FIRE, BOAT
sale at
to be eligible to vote in the Ml. Zion AMK: Church. Kev. Discount. 7/25 4tchg 8/15 7/4 4tp 7/25/ a.m. to 9 p.m. 7/25 2tp 8/1 Starke Florida DOYLE E. CONNER
General Election. -- -- -------- - -- -- I
Kittles pastor. Sunday School, '- -- -- ..... -- INSURANCE AGENCY
1(1() a.m. Worship services 11 IF YOU HAVE junk cars that you tt>o 1-- ALCOHOLICS TCHG

FAMILY REUNION: a.m. and 4 p.m. Plans arc in FOR SALE: Formica top dining want moved or scrap iron Call 1I

The Krazier-Kelly Family the making for the annual table and six chairs $35 Jr. Reames 964-7730 or 964- LOST AND FOUNDLOST Your ANONYMOUS

He-union was held at Pleasant Women's Day observance on Muscovie Ducks $2.00 pair 8477. 7/11 3tp 7/25 I

Grove on July 4. Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. Aug. 25. 964 8467.. tip 7/25 -- -- - -- Real Estate GORDON

( iscur Kelly of Miami, and Mr. All Chapel AMK: Church - - MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also Broker 964-5148 AIR CONDITIONING

aid Mrs. Theodore K. Kelly, Kev. B.C. Williams pastor. FOR SALE: Refrigerator good mobile home hurricane anchoring PURSE: In Winn-Dixie 8A.M.9A.M. & HEATING CO.,

Jr./ of Jacksonville, were the Sunday School 10 a.m. condition, $50. Attic fan with and mobile home roof parking lot July 16. Please Buy-Sell-Trade- .
nut of town guests. Approximately Trustee Day will be observed timer $50. Phone 9647972. coating. Olin's MOBILE Home return papers and medicines. 12 MIDNIGHT 1 A.M. COMMERCIALREFRIGERATION

75 relatives at. and all members are asked! to Up 7/25 Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. Keep money as reward. 473- AppraisalsCALL

tended. please cooperate with all - - -- Starke, Fla. tfchg 4753. 1tp 7/25 BILL POWELL 964-7959 MOBILE HOME SERVICEINSTALLATION

('I ('IINKWS: : a.m.activities.All members Morning are used FOR SALE Registered Angus - - REAL ESTATE 2 P.M. 5 P.M. AND

New lU'thel Baptist Church, lo attend I Fellowship Hour at cows. Heifers and bull calves. LOSE WEIGHT: Safely and fast ... 964-6464 SERVICE ON ALL MAKES
with
X-11 Diet ,
IUv. Leroy Davis pastor. :Nebo at :3 t p.m. Sunday. Aug. J.B. White. Ph. 964-6114 or Plan, $3.00. I3tp-9/2B BOB GORDON
ASSOCIATES
Sunday services begin with 25, is Rally Day and all 9646775. tfchg. X-Pel REDUCE$3.00.Excess Fluids with HOUSES FOR SALEFOR I : STATE CERTIFIED

Minday School at !.Clio:: members Money Back Ralph
: a.m.Morning ; are asked to please - - Bryan
: Worship at II. At 3 cooperate. FOR SALE: 6 by 9 linoleum Guarantee Koch Drug. .MASTER H.A.R.V.

I p m. UK- Fellowship Hour will Greater; Freewill Baptist $3.50, 9 by 12 $5.98, 12 by 12 15tchg 7/25 964.6208 Adult Mobile LICENSED.INSURED

be held at !Nebo'; Baptist Church Kev. Jasper' Williams $11.95 and 12 by 15 $14.94 - - SALE' 1972 Vega Mobile Bob Milner .

Church in South Starke. Rev. paslor. Tiny Tots and Ushers up. DAHMERS DISCOUNT. STARKE CYCLE CENTER, 207 Home. 2 BR, 1 bath, centralair Home ParkIN

Willie Stitt will bo the speaker, Board !No.'; 2 meeting Monday tfchg N. Temple Ave Ph. 964-6020 condition all electric 9646026Acreage PHONE 473.4777

Alternoon service (Ii i p.in. night. Senior Choir rehearsal - Your authorized HODAKA $1,000 equity, take up CITY LIMITS *3O A MONTH
and - dealer. tfchg. payments of $81166 for WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD RT. 3 BOX 266 STARKEON
IVii.MT Meeting Bible Tuesday night. Prayer LOTS Zoned for mobile homes 1 to 100
----- ---- remainder of 3 yrs. 473 9629, HY. 1OO. 5 MILES SO.
Class ouchednesday night :Meeting Wednesday night. and houses. Several sub --- Bradford & Alachua GROCERY AND NEW
7:111.: )> I L dies Circle 4732221. tip 7/18 OF STARKE II
;.1 : Thursday night. divisions to choose from. Only BILLS HOME REMODELING SHOPPING CENTER
Pleasant Grove United II I('l'l ing Friday night. Prayer $95 down. Monthly payments SERVICE: Electrical, plum. - NEW 3 BR, 2 Bath Central NO PETS TF
Methodist (Church Itev. Willis Band AnnualWomen's Heat and Air Carpet on
Meeting. to suit your budget. Ph. 468- bing and carpentry. Fast UNITED I FARM AGENCY. INC JO-LU COURTU.S.
Mitt I Tuesday observance will wooded, high-dry acre lot,
pastor. night Day 1551 9648331. service. If its in the home wa
tfchg.
or
('.dole Class, 7:11I.:: ) Wednesday! l gin with Sunday School at do it. Call 964-8087. C"" Reg. Real Estate Broker butside city. Two to choose 301 SOUTH
-- -- - :
night Prayer Meeting. 8 p.m. 't\W.:\ Guest Sunday Schoolteachers .- -- it" 7/25/ Paul Faulkner Broker from. PHONE 964.8810 HODAKASell's\

"Friday night Ushers Board are: (Class No. I, FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars Irene Faulkner Assoc. 3 BEDROOM 2 bath C. B.

Mill observe their anjiiiMTsary. :Mrs. K.ll.; Walker No. 2, !Mrs. made in Japan by Gibson now FOR SALE: Electric Pencil Robert Faulkner Assoc. with Heat and Air Carpet -

with Kev. Willie Vera Diggs; No. 3, Mrs. Tom at Dahmers Discount. tfchg. sharpeners, 3 different stylesin Louise McRae Assoc. beautiful lot in Starke. 15 x 30 More

TMilt as speaker. Sunday Hall; No. 4, Miss Lula Cut fee; - - stock handy for home or family room with fire place.
J M'lmol I 10 a.m., concluding No. 5, Miss J. 1 DeSue; :No. 6, office. For sale at The Office 2305 N. Temple Ave.

', services lor the day. :Miss Linda Brown; and No. 7. FOR Crowder SALE Peas: Knuckle, pick Hull in Shop. Starke Fla. 964 5065 Nice 3 BR 1 Bath CB in Excellent $2698PLUS Trail Bikes
you -- -- -- -
.1 :Mt.\ !Moriah United Mrs. Gloria Jackson. Morning Location
your container. $3.00 a WANT TO SELL OR BUY
Methodist: Church Kev. Willie Worship 11 a.m.
bushel. 4 1/2 miles west of REAL ESTATE?
!& _
Lawtey off road 225. W. M. Beautiful Building and mobile Than Anyone

Patrick. 782-3863. 1tp 7/25 r FOR RENT 1 Call Us For Best Prices home lots inside and outside .
I : Legals city.
- -- -- Prosppct" Wnitinri tfchc.I.

Y' TV Color picture tubes only $79 Want to have one built? We Else In The
plus labor Dahmers Discount
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT dersigned Linda S. Hildebran there also.
can help you
FOR RENT Furnished 1 FUn S.I.I'Iolebooks: : ,
and Gary E. Hildebran, P. O. tfchg. :
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
g bedroom all :Memo pads, envelopes, World !
; FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Box 1273, Starke, Fla. 32091, - - apartments CHECK WITH US

11 i BRADFORD COUNTY. doing business under the firm FOR SALE: ,.1 milk goat, 2 baby electric air conditioned, markers, adding machine WE MAY HAVE WHAT
name of "PEE WEE NURSERY" nannie goats, 6 months 6)3) carpeting, tile bath with tub. and cash reg. paper. The YOU WANTIETUSHELPYOU '-

CIVIL ACTIONGUARANTY 202 N. Thompson Street, $100. Phone 4681129.no All new. No children or pets. Office Shop.

Starke, Florida 32091, intends to 2tp 7/25.-------- $135 per mo. 473-3096. 7/18 BUY, 'TRADE I JJ!
FEDERAL register said fictitious name 2tp 7/25. NEED TO -MAKE SOME y4JS'

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION under the provisions of aforesaid -- -- -- --- LABELS? Buy a Bymo Label

statute. WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS FOR maker from us at The Office
OF GAINESVILLE a RENT: Two Air Con- PO IEi HOOAKA

corporation, Plaintiff, vs. PAUL Linda S. Hildebran and GaryE. ditioned cottages on KingsleyLake. Shop. Well DrillingFast I SAtIS \d
Hildebran Owners. -- - -- -
KISH and PAULETTA J. Phone after 6 p.m. 533- AUDI ISIRVICI '
Dated this 15th day of July, A '
brands of 2366. tfchg.
"PHILLIPS, (formerly Paulotta J.Kish Many new vacuums Rotary "-
) and SLADE HOME D.. 1974, at Starke, Florida. $39.00 up. Used machines -- -- -- -- -- LOW DOWN PAYMENT Full lln. of Hodaka A Chaparral
3 Drilling 376.4551 motorcycles, also Dura Go-Cart*
7/18 4tp 8/8 New masonry homes, EquipmentFor
SERVICES INC., a Florida from $10. Expert Repairs all and Mmi' -Bkes. Parts A acctttones,
corporation, Defendant. makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor FOR RENT 12' wide mobile bedroom, 2 bath, central heat 4222 NW 13th St. for all makes and modelsSTARKE
-
all vacuums. Built in homes outside city limits. J.B. and 'air, wall to wall carpets. Gainesville

NOTICE OF SUIT PUBLIC NOTICE central vacuum cleaning White. Ph. 9646114. If no 2" Thru 6" WellsCall CYCLE
28 acre farm good house, barn
PROPERTYTo answer call 964-8775. tfchg.
712 N. Main
Notice is hereby given that the systems. pecan trees, fenced and cross Us For CENTER
- - -
: Paul KishP. City of Starke, Florida will hold a Gainesville 3767110. TF fended, pasture, on paved road Your Water System Needs I i Long Champ : 207 N Temple a Starka

1 O. Box343Stoneboro public hearing on the City of FOR SALE: Beautiful finger-tip FOR RENT: 2 BR, air-condi Hampton area.

Pa. Starke Area 201 Water Pollution bridal veil with tiera headpiece tioned mobile home, nice 954.7D51Durrance Home and | 964-6020 TF
Control Facilities Plan under 5 tracts, on paved road
shady lot. Phone 964-8029. acre '
dotted with tiny seed pearls.
PL92-500 applicant no. C120- 7/25 north of Starke. Pump & Building Materials
I b 1tchg
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Used once. Good as new.
547-010. The hearing will be heldat
---- -- -- - Supply -WE BUILD
that an action to the following $35. Phone 473-2210.
7:00: P.M. E. D. S. T. on Nice waterfront home. j
property in Bradford County, August 6, 1974 in the Council -- - -- FOR RENT: 2 BR M.H. Air Developers Of YOUR PLANS OR OURS j BootsBootsBootsJustin

; Florida: Chambers of City Hall Starke, FOR SALE: 75 HP Chrysler condition water furnished. FRED SACK nT-REALTOR Under Ground Water YOUR LOT
Parcel 7: A parcel of land lyingin Florida. engine, 16 ft. boat and trailer Located on SR-235. Call 964- 205 N. Temple(US-301)) OR OURS'FREE < &

the SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 of The work will consist of Good condition Kids lost 5630 after 5:00: P.M. l 1tp 7/25 9646522Nite 864 N. Temple Ave. ESTIMATES i Wrangler

i Section 10, Township 7 South development of an area plan for interest. Must sell. 4732210. -- -- -- 468-1753 Starke Fla.
< Leather Belts
j) Range 22 East, Bradford REMODELING REPAIRS <
water pollution control facilities.At tfchg. FOR RENT: Mobile home on Sales & Service TFN
/s; County, Florida; said parcel ADDITIONS < To Size 56
u this time the requirementsof -- -- --- -- Sampson Lake near trestle

being more particularly PL92-500 will be presented, FOR SALE: Registered Angus Preferred couple of small HOMES BOUGHT SOLD <<

:!. described Commence as follows the :SW Corner boundaries of the proposed cows and yearling bulls also family. Call 9646408. Lake R. T. Lovorn Realty BRASINGTON TRADED < Western Shirts
at
planning area will be presented, Angus Semmiental Cross 964-8416. 7/25
phone Up
of said Section 10, and run in an 473-3254 C.\niLI.ACM>I.I>SMOBILE: i
and alternative means of waste Calves. Clifford Martin ACREAGE FOR SALE Indian Moccasins
---- -- --- --
Easterly direction along the and disposal will be Fla. Phone 9647145. 473-4692 SAUiS&SKKVICKFine :
treatment Lawtey,
FOR RENT: FREEI Two months 9646853HWY. <
t Southerly boundary thereof a selection\ of Used Cars
discussed. 7/11 7/25
.II distance of 3415.5 feet, more or 3tp rent on yearly lease Mobile Crystal Lake Taken On Cadillac Trades 301 STARKE TF << CARRADINE'SLEATHER
----- ----- --
less, to the Westerly boundary City Council 21/2 of Home Lots. Pick your lot. ResidelltialHomesites! 2001( N.W. 13th: :378-5301: .::. SHOP
FOR SALE App. acres
: From $25 Monthly. Bradford ,
fi of the right of way of State Road Fla. With Lake Access GAINESVILLEFRED:
City of Starke, land with a 12 x 70 3 bedroom Park at Bradford Motel. FOR SALE: All types of Colored
18 From $1,800
100 thence North degrees Average
; Merrill Edwards, 2 bath house trailer. Call 964- Phone 782.3400
said 1tchg.7/25 Pencils in stock at The Office
along 100 x185Same
and 35 minutes West Clerk
distance City 8861 after 5 p.m. weekdays. ----- -- ---- Shop. Colorbrite Non-Face, Lawtey, Florida
R Westerly boundary, a 7/18 2t 7/25 All day on weekends. lip 7/25 20 cents each. Thick lead
for SAVE $
of 801.02 feet to an iron stake -- -- $
? ------------ FOR RENT: Nicely Fum. Air opaque colorama 30 cents 32058
point of beginning. FOR SALE 1965 Ford Custom Cond. Apt. Couple only no
: and also
each
Mongol
thus
of Area 7 24. 10. 17
I' From point beginning
>i described, continue North 18 INVITATION TO BID and 3 wheel Bicycle. Ruth pets. 337 N. Walnut St. 1tp Large Cape Cod DAVIS colored pencils, 11 cents
1 The Board of County Commissioners Reynolds. Phone 9645763.1tp 7/25 in and take look
degrees and 35 minutes West 4 BR,2 Bath GMC TRUCKS each. Stop a
-- -- -
--
t 1'' along said Westerly boundary, a of Bradford County 7/25 1'/a' Story BUICK PONTIAC"A
Florida will receive sealed bids to -------- -- --
iron I LITTLE RIDE CAN
k distance of 125 feet to an Closed Garage
be opened at 10:00: A.M. on FOR SALE: General Electric TV OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES
$35,000 A LOT" TF
] stake; thence South 71 degrees SAVE YOU
N 1974 in the County $69.95 Dahmers AUTOMOBILESUSED
August 5, sets from at
J. and 25 minutes West, a distance Commissioners room in the Discount. 7/25 4tchg 8/15 Lot Size 200 x 185 GREEN COVE SPRINGS"* HWY. 100 W, PH. 964-5606 ;i; :.,.,
I. of 199.85 feet iron stake; t."UI. 1 :
to an --: ..
for the
Courthouse following: ------------ .
thence South 18 degrees and 35 1 lumber house to be torn FOR SALE: TV antenna from ---- 1( ...c
with
; minutes East and parallel
down and all debris removed $7.50 at Dahmers Discount. New HomesMidTwenties PumpsNew LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED a
boundary a .
said
Westerly from the lot. FOR SALE: 69 V.W. Bug. Good
8/15
7/254tchg REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD
distance of 125 feet to an iron
is located the Condition. Call 9646054. Up
This building on
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stake; thence North 71 degreesand 7/25/ With Lake Access And UsedSALES CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
the Bradford
lot adjoining SALE July 26th and TF
25 minutes East a distanceof GARAGE : Near KH School
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199.85 feet to point of County Health Department on 27th, at the corner of Cherry Finances Arranged
Church Street.A and Madison St. Everythingmust FOR SALE: 1973 Plymouth 340,
beginning.has cash bond of' $100.00 Is to go. Itp 7/25 Radio, H, A.C., P.S., P.B.A. PARTS I-S SS e S S e e Se e e e ei
be deposited with the Clerk of Good condition 18,000 miles. SERVICE
and ------------
been filed against you- the Circuit Court and will be SALE Magnavox 25';color Ph. 782-365. Up 7/25 440 ACRES BRADFORD DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS
to serve a copy FOR : We Mow All Size Lawns-
are required
you returned when this lot has been :
minor color ---------- COUNTY LAND
Needs only
of written defenses, if any TV. Plumbing Supplies
your
completely cleared. adjustment. Best offer. 964- FOR SALE: 1965 Dodge pickup Two State Roads running
to it, on the plaintiff's attorney .
L Trim & Fertilize
whose name and address is Gilbert S. Brown 8831. Up 725COLORADO truck 1 ton. New inspection through the tract. Price EXPERT SERVICEON I # Edge I
Hon. George H. Pierce P. O. Clerk ------------ Also twelve $1100.00 per acre, 29 percent Lawns & Flowers
: 20 ACRES thousand pound capacity down, terms on balance. .
Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, 1t 7/25 ALL MAKES
$4,9751 Beautiful cool trailer bath. In good condition - -
with the Free Estimates
and file the original ;
clerk of the above styled courton Colorado. High mountain $1,100. 964-6391. Itp 3 BR; 2 baths Masonry. PHONE 964-7061 I .

or before August 5th 1974; valley near hunting$60 fishing. 7/25 Cent. heat/air, Family room 984-8440 After 6 P.M. I II
monthly.
$60 down,
otherwise a judgement may be NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 8063768690. -------- -- -- large lot, excellent location. DurrancePUMP
Itp
OWNER.
entered against you for the relief REGISTER 7/25 FOR SALE: 1969 Dodge P.U., $30,000.00. Terms. SUPPLY CO. Green's Lawn Service
demanded In the complaint or FICTITIOUS NAME L.W.B., R and H. slant 6 cyl. - .
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petition. with Stuz Topper. Good Frame House, 4 Lots, Cor. 864-N. TEMPLE AVE. I i t
WITNESS my hand and the Pursuant to Section 866.09 Condition. 964-5013. Paved Sts., in Starke. Price 0 a a e e e S -- -- --e.

seal of said Court on June 25 Florida Statutes notice Is -----.------ 1600000. Terms.

1974. hereby given that the un- IIISCEWIItDUS] MOORE'S
t - JIMMY
John F.
Sherman.
t dersigned 49 Lots one Sub-Div. 95 in
Gilbert S. Brown Route 1, Box) 156-A, Starke. Sun SportsMORE your Letterheads Custom Desfaned
other Sub-Div. City Utilities
As Clerk of said Court Florida 32091 doing business t WANTED j
By: Beulah M. Moody under the firm name of "301.100 available BOAT FOR 1BW 1ffiUl1Jrnm [7LCLM(!LI3:
LONELY Small .5 week old - YOUR MONEY TF
As Deputy Clerk GULF SERVICE" Comer of
135 W. Call ST.
mixed breed puppies. Need Property Management &
7/4 4t 7/25 Temple Avenue and Madison STARKE PH 964-5791
Street Starke Bradford good home. FREE. Phone WANTED Used furniture Appraisals.A. .

County Florida, 32091 intendsto 473.4210..1tp\ 1 7/25 refrigerators washers Dah- .J. THOMAS: Realtor COMPLETE OUTBOARD aSTERN Stationery, makes an Impression.Be .

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register said fictitious name mer's Discount House. tfchg DRIVE SERVICE sure that yours reflects the

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO under the provisions of aforesaid SAWS SHARPENED work - - ..., Tel. 9&14162BRANCII I AND REPAIR
REGISTER image want to project. It's
Call 964.7509 you
statues. guaranteed. or
T & T WRECKAGE Junk cars I COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
NAME
r FICTITIOUS John F. Sherman,sole owner leave at Jackson Building and OFFICE something) we help with I
scrap night REPAIR cap} you
Dated this 9th day of July A. Supply, Starka or Keystone Phone Lawtey, Florida
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida. weekend. 964-8217. J.illlan C. Pearson.AssociateTel. CUSTOM BUILT FIBER"GLASS'FISHING
D. 1974 at Starker I
Florida Statutes notice is 7/11 4t 8/1 Heights. tfchg. 7/18 4tp 8/8 782-MOfl: : & Ml.Blfi'-: BOATS : Job Printing:
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Waldo Road 4 Laning '; i.. '," -' "-'' .", t Man Draws Jail Sentence On Worthless Check Counts I


I b Ninety cases were disposedof The following defendants Britt John T. Allen, Wayne Janice Krusch, Wallace drivers license wet
UnderWay July 10 in Bradford County charged with unlawful speed Arturo Hall, Montholen Reeves, Mikell J, Shuman dismissed by the court.
Court 57 for unlawful speed, were' l lined as indicated: Brooks. Charles Dwain Richardson The cases of Barbar

The lour.laning of nearly\ ..rn.ilos m.irrcd concrete pavementThe 11 (lor defendants having no Verdiole Ginn, $36: Evelyn Victor Lopez William Lee Jackson Thomas Brooks McMillan Brown and I 1. I
I ) nl SU-24 (Waldo Ho.ui) new road will be constituted valid driver's license, 7 for Wilder Glover. $36. Kenneth Brooks Troy E Moody Belle forfeited bond on two chargesof Williamson for careles
hl'l Wl'I'11 Gainesville! i U md.ildn. I of a 10-inch limerock, driving while intoxicated. :r William Snow $51, Gary L. 1 Dclores Bauhof, Alfonso J, careless driving, Jerry W. driving were transferred t
\\ has: finally Ix' un. base ith heavy surface treat lor carelessdriving, 8 for miscellaneous Wheeler. $30;, Gordon Wil- 1'epe, Louis Edward Schultz, Beason, for no valid driver's the non-jury trial calendar
oIl'I'fll'dulJ.! to Walter Skinnl'r.111'pul'tllll'lIlol'l'l'un niont Tile existing roadbed traffic charges and liamson Allen $:16.:J(; Larry Donald Rihanek license, Raymond Luther (David William Padgett

I ) :>pol'talion 1\ill ulso be repaired in places 2 worthless check cases involving David Scott Malik $36 Mary Haggans Drone, Eula Bryan for improper passing charged with unlawful spee
with the same heavy grading one defendant, Mitchell Jones, Robert The cases of Barbara Annette and no tag was also tram
Do'I'I I i district oniiiiiMT in Donald Lee Nettles $3(>, Jerry
and Samuel Lipe Paul F Schmidt and Thomas
paving. Bridges Jay erred
to the
I lake). 'ity.. Clifford! Music $::111)( GcoflreyGeorge non-jury tria
\ I K:. \Mutchurst\ t and Sons The old Seaboard Kailroad County Judge! Elzie Sanders Amnu-r $:JII, Mac-key lor having no valid calendar.

liu rood i (> contractors from 1 bed parallel to the existing sentenced defendant Carlos LArmstrong Lawrence Meserve. Aiken $:J6.(
\\illisloii. were awarded) thenearly I load is l being! torn up and to two 15 day jail Edward Floyd Brooker, $15
1 : million contract last t many areas.. Mill have to be terms on each of the worthless
Ij.j lor no valid inspection certificate -
\piil! and hl'JulIIol'k! on I the lexcled and graded lor the check charges ; James Kligc: Gilliard, WELLS ELECTRIC
toad onst ruction.Tiallic Arthur Thornton was fined
n.iinm.( luo-laiu1 artery June\ will he inainl.iinedllnouKhout $100 court costs for driving $.!m(!, for improper change of
II!
lane or course
the while intoxicated and
'I11l'I i-iunpait has been construction placedon
hulled :I2)<) working days: ix-iiixl. :Skinner,) said shifting court probation for a one Danny Lynn Crawford, $15
limn one side ol f the clmdcdlnuliua.s period, valid
ilMiut One nul a liiilloars to year for having no inspection
< oiiipli'li', the (li\iUd high- /: : to I the other as is Cowen To AttendC. Austin Cary Smith Jr was certihcate Crawford's case SERVICEElectrical

\ n\ nu'itidinu! toiislruiiion! ot nycC8SII! lined $151 for DWI and placedon for having no valid driver's
1 11 1 i ulvrtls.: Butters :sidewalks The $4.iUIi.OHU: cost() is bemuluinleit G. AcademyKenneth probation for one year with license was dismissed by the
'in irsiilfiui areas: median 70) per" lent h l > lateral the additional stipulation that court.t. Contractors
IUllds0:! tent l h>\ I DOT I( he attend the IJVVI counterattack
-tups 1 111111| baring up and 01 per : Bryan Cowan, I Helen Devard Howe $2(>, for
lie l primary i road lunds: school. Smith, in violation of right-of-way, and
rurtacrng( i r\lstutg grandson of Mr and II..s.John \ qlJP
Robertson. of Law ley. another case lor assault andbattery $211( (for violation of driver g Cc
had those charges dismissed tt
license restrictions
has been
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an appointment
I to the given U. S, Coast Guard on the recommendation Clarence Wayne Taylor A.\\O\t _? \eS
BRIEF : \
BROODER IN of the Public Defender I ""( :
Academy Appointments are $,)IH.( lor careless driving, 2. '----- :sttl
I tendered through competition 'Ihomas Adam Andicws. Richard L. Carter.\ $15 court \ce

By Jeannette Prescott scholastically and in leadership Charged with JJWI was fined costs, for having no valid Set -
'owan selected $Il: and had his driver! driver's. license.
was
sClfTn.\U.(> I NK\\S: surprise stork shower given from about (,500) applicants. license revoked for a period. of Bonds were forfeited by the
Hiookt-r (jot( oil I to a slow l h\' lier friends at the Brooker lie attended Robert E Lee six months lollowing defendants chargedwith RESIDENTIALCOMMERCIALINDUSTRIALDIAL

Mat'I 1ItIl'ck., losing to Cun- (immunity 'enter Tuesday, High School in Jacksonville, Doris Watson Norman, on a unlawful speed:
.Inly 9. at 7 .m. She revived D\\l lined 964-6061
inrtlihiimednesda\ night p graduating on June !9) and charge was $2(10( Gerald Bruce Sholes, Collier
hut\ bouncing hack to win a man)' useful gilts.Itltlp.tLSIIOWER. reporting to the Academy in and driver's license revoked l ICdward: Gnllis.; Leon Miller
.louhlehcadcr over LalwIcyThursday New London, Conn. on June for one yar.Iouglas Thomas 1 David Nettles SERVING STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949

night 24'hlle attending Lee he Andrew Jones, Ronald Gustou Meyer 744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091
\U.iinM t ('Li nninghalnRri Miss Dottie 'ranford bride- played I'oolball.l'IIS editor of lined $100( ) court costs, and Bonnie (Hitch Landry. John
oker scored only two runs elect of Terry, { was the school paper, a member of place on court probation forone l Edward: Rapp Gregory Knox P.O. BOX 607
honored with a miscellaneous with his driver's
Inn held' them to seven runs bridal shower 18 at the orchestra, baskl'tballl11imaj.l.l'r :year .- _. --_.._.._._-------_.._.. .-..- .- .-.-. ...
inilil the sixth inning when on July for three and license to be held by the court t --------------'-------------- -------
live end i:11I:: ) p.m. in the Brookerliaplist years lor :)0) days for driving while
lliev scored runs to a member of the !''IationallIonOl' :
I he gamo Church educational He receivedthe inloxicaled.
Society
C denelelvin; ; had a perfect. building Hostesses were University' of Virginia Hubert C. House was Soil Sawyer Slade

niiihl: al the plate going ::1 5 for (brace; Barry Jean Douglas award\ for outstanding! junior) teiued to ten days in jail and
: ISigluni. :McHane, ll.irrell .lohnnie Green. Shirley Green and student of the monthmIaI'd lined $C1o: court costs on a
.nut Kobmson euih collected Holly Harrell l\a Jean D\V1 charge. Rouse was
I".I.e, hits. Steve Nipper. hit a I llairell. Betty Hayes.nianda Jacksonville lor February Exchange by Club the. placed on probation of the I Cias & flip Condiiioning l

inple. but was tagged! out ,,\ Lewis Betty !Nipper': Cowan is an Eagle! Scout and a court t l fur one year and had hisdriver's

.tempting, lo get back tobase lira Outlaw Janice Fierce. member of the Order of the license revoked lor
and Lea Temple. She received
the same period
Arrow. He also received the
In the lil'!>t game agianst many:' u>;elul( !gifts Daughters of the American !Margaret S. Gnlfis was r America's No. 1 Air Conditioner

l.awle.v last! t Thursday night Revolution Medal lor Good lined $1 JlU() ) couit costs on aDU1 -
1I"flOkl'I'Ion" 117: It was a T,13111.1': 1U-l'.IU: : Citizenship in Junior. High charge and placed oncourt '

lose U.IMIO until the seventh The Atkinson lamily School, and has been a probation for one year, Maker
inning when lirookcr. scored reunion was held this year at member' of Kmmaus: Primitive i- w Ill driver's license to be held
ten inns! (il'nl'll'I'in., : Bob the home of Walter Atkinson Baptist Church since theage by the l'ourIIOl't a period of 30 :
(lixal and .1 I. K Molt each lr in Donaldson\illc) Ga. of seven day's.

went l ;! for 4 at the plateMiKanev. :Members ot the lamily. attending I Ill' is the son of Mr and :Mrs :Nathaniel; \ Stephens was //A Central Heat
: '. Gary Melvin Joe Irom Brooker in- Charles K. 'owan of Jackson sentenced to 10 days in jail on
Itohmsoi'i: and Rudy \\ II hams l'ludpd11': and Mrs, I Ralph villeConfiscated a charge of having no validdriver's
collected one hit eaih Lawte.vM. t I Ilifhler J i lyvMdsMrs: license t
'exl the lli'Lliler is the former Joyce
01 lour runs in I &AirLet
Stokes) C. L. Atkinson Mrs
-1'\I'lIlh inning, but the game
Mean Lewis and children. Cache
ended I delen- Drugs
\\as on some me
I Debbie) and Randy Toy
.neplayI | b> Hiooker( ( .
In theeinnd, !game against (Rogers( .Mrs: Ethel; Russ Us Explain Our

I Lalatyp, Ill'Uok won K5 isiled her brother AndrewJones Destroyed By LawmenMore
1IIIl'rlcWI1l'v: ; and (Gary' and Panty in (Donald-
Melvm went 2 for ::1 t at \the soimlle. iind they all attended Energy Saving System .
the reunion! i i together on than $1,200 worth of processed, bagged and ready
I'.xtra; base hits
were
(1'1,111''
Sunday. July 14. confiscated drugs were to use.
I Completely
iilleetod on triples by
destroyed by !fire in a deputy's Owner of the drugs has not
\ll'IIOII1l'il'1I1' Melvin. and
MitiKit: : Kx >'fJST home live miles outside of been determined as of yet.
Rudy \\'illiams! Gary Melvin: Installed
lie enjoyed the lellowshipvir Starke on SK-16 last Tuesday t
.1 id' Jar'' Kolnnson each Stolen Auto r
much atjew! River alternoon, according to
a double. J. K: Mottuas
w i uppeU
the lUptist Chinch Homecoming Shentf-Ueputy Glen :Moore
inning pitcherMOKKSIHWIIK
mi Sundav, July :21.! Pastor Bradford criminal investigator In DaytonaRecovered I $1,390

( : ( Jill Countryman is improving Glen A. :Moore and __

Mis.: Judy Hash \\enl\Mirtli alter, surgery last Friday! ,:' in state attorney's InvestigatorGlen _
lhciaim-s\ilo! V. A. Hospital Sapp said they took the _
uas, the guest ol honor ill a
------------- Keep bun in :your J prayeis' drugs out of town for fear that I -.-- 2 TorvSystem
Servicewomen both their departments mightbe A 17'>'I'lIr-old juvenile being

to criticism over held in Daytona Beach, Plus Any'Necessary '
IMI:I\'oC\! I' \ tiJlr subject
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1-('Judy .1. Il a lkyrRadiolnnalur : and Mrs: I Paul lnll'l'Y"lid : burning the illicit contrabandin following his arrest. there on I Electrical
Iwo traitic violations has been
I.. \ { Mike: ) Dwight and Greg town. Work I
IIH.OIIt.s.: ( ) : -- Airman wi'io visiting their mother :Moore said that the drugs .charged. with possession of a .
.toll'n'l'hide by the Starke
I ,ust. \ (Cl.iss: Judy ,\. \\iilker.il.iiiuhler ) :Mis Kva: Harrell last were an accumulation of :
/: ol :\1'.r. i.ndI..s.: vvcikend Dwight is spending confiscated baggies! full of I'olice Depaitment Call! Today For Free
I Dennis 11. inllis., lit I 1. Ih is \week Ith Everett: HayesMr marijuana barbiturates. On Saturday night. July 20! ,
strike, has \graduated( at and Mis l Kenier Kd-: amphetamines. LSD. a a break-in occurred at the I
EstimateE"
hIooI'I'I.'B.. :Miss. Irom theI cards ot Tampa\ are visiting! synthetic lorm of marijuana service department of Ter-
I Sir KOI'ie radio opirutor I their cousin Mrs KvaI : known at THC and in some willegar! Motors and a 1971
: owned by Puulugl'nl
,.: course i-onducted In the Air I 11"1'1'l'l1. a lew days this week areas PCP and a lield full of Mustang
:-: Jr, of Starke,
I'll lining (Command. ;Mr. and Mis I'aul D1'iescolt. marijuana plants that were was
Thl'I airman i who was I t. Johnny and Rhonda. ready to be harvested The t taken (rom the premises Or The 9647701Matchmaker
The juvenile driver was
plants found off the
trained to operate litdioirieiu'i'si I their granddaughlel'l're were just
apprehended by the Daytona
and tiansmitteis- visiting I i datives m Union east end of Lincoln City Road
visited just yards Irom SU-100\ the police officials and arrested
lieingsigned\ to I.angley County recently Thej;
for unlawful I and
\Flt.'n fur dulv vi ith a unit :Mr. and :Mrs Charlie Kegar small patch consisted of four license speed no 3 TONAmerica's
valid driver's
>.1 l I llu1 'I'il'llcal1'1' Command. and lamily. James Ut-gar and rows 25 to 30 feet long The
\nniu01aIker.' ) a l'\)<>7i.iduate lainii>, and metValter tall marijuana stalks were up The juvenile also took a
ol Hiadlord High ( lemons; on the load Sorry we to seven keel high. number of vehicle licenseplates 1 Air Maker!
including several new Number Conditioning
si hnol . r\>73: dealer tags and a notary
of
uulnlunit.1 1 College. I'l'aver List Claude live pounds marijuanamade
seal! all of which have been
..11111'\, Jill, it\'s.\K" 11I1\11': : 1'iescott and Grady' Hail up lor the bulk of the
111\\ ;\; :\I-\SS:: CKVIKKi:;; : burning and most of this was recoveredA .

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-'iifii0i0l, Revenue bhdrmq' pio-'ideft, federal funds directly to local end stale governments Your government must publish this 0. Q
rupc't arlvisipu' you how these funds have been used or obligated! during the year from July 1. 1973. thru June 30 1974 2oo
This i Ie lo n'orrn yjit ol your governments priorities' and to encourage your participation in decisions on how future funds
!' oulil! h.. spent
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CATEGORIES' ( I CAPITALiat) OPERATING/ S 6
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