Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Vol. 96 STARKE. FIJORID.15 .-
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BoardTo School Ikr1U _I 12 Candidatei' :

Meet r Seek 5 Posts//) H

At NightFor ( .

more than a year.

advocated teachers and night residents meetings have of r In Union Races

the Bradford County School _
Board and Tuesday night

unanimous approval( was __ With the qualifying
voted to hold regular sessionson deadline ending at noon

the second Monday of each Tuesday, July 23, Union
month beginning in Sep. I 92 Taxpayers

tember. _____ County had a line-up for _
Joe Warren. vo-tech three seats on the county

teacher. suggested the change ( school board and two on

which was last defeated by a a the county commission.

4-1 favor margin of Rodney the evening Hall votedin time. r- \ =_ All five of the incumbent Want LowerAssessments

office holders
After some parliamentary are seeking
confusion. Hall made a motionto another terri! and it is the

have two meetings per intent of the seven con-

month on the I first and third tenders to unseat 'em.In .

Tuesday Complications arose : contention for the three During the long day of plaints would be consideredand

because of a conflict with Cityof school board seats are: receiving complaints 92 decided upon at a later I
Starke council District 1 Thomas G. taxpayers explained to the date according to rules set up
meetings held on the same This was the scene Tuesday shortly after noon when youn"//;( plant road and hit the tree shown. City Patrolman E.D. Mobley and Nathan Trowell. Board of Adjustment that the in the Florida Administrative

night. Leslie Harry !Nugent; was killed and another youth injured Phillips surveys the scene. District Donald G. Dukes, value placed on their property Procedures Act.Complaints .
Chairman Seeber Goodmantook \\hen the Ford Mustang. above left the Owen-Joist steel Carl R. (Bobby) Hawkins and in Bradford's 1974 "full cash were generally

charge of the discussionand Walter F. Williams. value" reassessment is too registered mildly calmly.
asked each board District 5 Ray Powell and high. with little animosity. exceptfor

member what night would be Pamela Bolls Thomas. And throughout Thursday a few cases where voices
Car Tree Crash Kills DriverBradford
most convenient. In contention for the two petitioners were told com- became tense. Some taxpayers -
"I can be here any night county commissionseats are: made very good cases

until after the first of the County's fifth Mott, 31, both of Lawtey were outside the south city limits of road for a distance of 200 feet District 2 Gerald Griffis, lor themselves say two Adjustment
year." Goodman stated. traffic fatality of the year injured one seriously. Starke. before: crashing into the tree. Robert J. (Bobby) Anderson 5,745 Board members.
"Any night would be I fine occurred at The three and Ellcano Reeves. Rodney Hall and Seeber
noon Tuesday. !Molt, who sustained apparent men just left Force of the high speed
District Felton Smith
with me. said Art Hollida '. .July :30, when the steel 4 J. Goodman.(
) a young man serious injuries in the plant on their noon impact was borne by thedriver's
Kline Thompson said from Starke killed and break and Archie Clemons. "People stated 1 their cases
was collision was carried to the and were traveling side of the vehicle,
:Monday( would be most convenient two passengers injured. one Shands Teaching Hospital in toward Starke on SR 100-A. and the young driver was pro All of the races will be Voters \\ ell. Some sounded convincing
decided in the "
lor him. seriously. in a car-tree Gainesville. !Matthews was The single car accident occurred nounced dead at the scene. upcoming tome. said Hull alter
I Hall said any night would be collision. carried to the emergencyroom .4 mile east of US-301. Trooper K. G. Etheridge September 10 Democratic the lengthy session, the result
I tine with him. Primary, with the possibilityof of 1974 assessments ..111an'rage
of the Bradford County The westbound vehicle with conducted the homicide investigation -
"I'm a night owl. it doesn't a run-off for the District 3 of $120.1x10. and in
and released it's three
According to an accident Hospital after passengers was for the Highway School Board seat and the On ListA
matter to me. I II. A. Law son report l filed by Trooper L. G. treatment. traveling at an estimated Patrol.! District 2 County Commission some cases tripled or more ol

said. Manning of the Florida Highway Nu ent. the driver of the speed of 70 miles per hour A second minor accident 1973: assessments.
\\ Ith that Goodman. said anew Patrol, Leslie Harry 19(15!(; Ford coupe, and his two when the driver attempted to occurred at the Lincoln City seat. The second DemocraticPrimary rush of last minute Statements t rom each
will be held October
motion would be in order ;Nugent.; 20. 224 ThompsonStreet. passengers. !Matthews and pass some other vehicles on a Hood when a car which had registrations before the pre- petitioner were recorded
Iollowing withdrawal of thedoubll'Tuesday !Mott all of in the The at the 1. primary deadline last along side the assessment
Starke. was killed and were employees curve roadway. stopped scene was
Thomas G. 30
Mobley, ,
sessions. two passengers Douglas the Owen-Joist Corp., locatedon driver lost control of the struck from behind by another Saturday brought BradfordCounty's made by Long's office.
Hall moved that the board :Matthews and the Lincoln road auto and off the auto. incumbent member of the current total of Deliberation 01'each case
25. Theodore City just speeding ran
meet on the first Monday of school board District 1 post, is qualified voters( to 5,745. was held to live minutes ut the
each month. completing his first term on Thursday session with later,
This is of
a gain 566 over the
Supt. Jim Temple requested the board. Tommy says that low meetings not subject to a time \
figure of 5,179 on March 1,
that if the !board intended to Co.' Board he hat enjoyed working with limit.
Reluctantly ApprovesDeputy and serving the people duringhis following a purge of the
niiike the change that the registration books. It is still Notification of each
second !Monday would allow first term and welcomes 1.179 less than the old figure of petitioner will give ample
time lor monthly bills to be opportunity to continue his 6,924 last November 1 before time for the taxpayer appear -
received and processed. work.in improving the school the books bring evidence or experts
were purged.
I Hull switched to the second: Of Elections system. and plead lor a lower
:Monday and the board voted Supervisor Mobley is employed at the Although the deadline has assessment.Six .

unanimously in favor of Lake City Junior College is passed for eligibility to vote in persons during the day
married and has who the September primaries,
evening meetings. seconded Commissioner a son withdrew complaints alter
With In submitting an amended missioner George Roberts was by -
an eye toward holding attends the Lake Butler Elementary registrations are still being
:Night meetings. Warren Dave Shuford and being told of adjustment made
that the
the budget request Monday Mrs. suggested services of
millage at the equivalentof School. taken for those wishing to vote
suggested will give teachersand approved by 4-1 vote with by the assessor's office.
last Flynn had reduced the the Deputy Supervisor could a
years rate. Bradford in the General Election.
favors the best
working people an opportunity County Commissioners amount requested for the be utilized by other depart- Commissioner Dave Paulk Mobley pos- During the course of the
to be involved with sible educational opportunities Supervisor of Elections Neva failed to
l the deputy Supervisor to $4.800 ments in the courthouse dissenting.John meeting 12 persons
torkingsofthe, school system. subjected several budgetI't'lUeSt slack Arthur Torode that can be provided for Flynn said that anyone( appear. Times lor the
to and read a prepared during periods in the ,
a severe scrutiny the school children while wishing to register do so
\\hether residents turn out may petitioners began at 9 am.
elections office. With Bradford
statement to the approval chairman County
is before approval in a third commissioners keeping a tight rein on local now, but his name will not and the last endedat
lor the meetings( not the complaint
; discussed
work session of the board in support of her coming from the Supervisorfor Zoning Board at taxes. actually be placed in the books
issue The should property 9:30 .
opportunity :
the suggested length two budget requests. p.m.Attorney
Monday, July 29. request. Nathan Trowell, 57. is self- until after the Second
IK made available to the Gene Shaw
When Commissioner EddieMlens arrangement of the Deputy The first in the amount
public he said. Under attack by the commissioners Supervisor's services. $28,390 and the second for employed as a farmer and a Primary. Pre-primary representing both the school l
motion for approval of)
longtime resident of Union registration was closed 15
was the budget board and commissioners
Commissioner Allen movedfor the latter being
the revised budget failed to In for the days earlier this year, under a
County qualifying
request Mrs. Jeneva M.\ suggested that later meetings(
the amended motion which (See Page 6))
Flynn. supervisor of elections, receive a second. Com District 1 School Board seat, new Florida law, in order to be held after notification of

2 Indicted who had earlier requested the Trowell said that he would be give supervisors sufficienttime the persons involved by letter
available at all times in to get their books in
approval by the commissIOners allowing five days notice.
of the appointmentof serving the public and that he order before the September 10 The board is composed of

For MurderTo a Deputy Supervisor at a 3 Races Set In CityThree would be a fair school board First Primary. five members, three from the
salary of 3720. member, showing no par- Of the 5,745, qualified voter county commission and two
second-degree murder The l first budget proposedby > tiality. Trowell said that all of total, there are 5,437 from the school board.

indIctments. sealed following the Supervisor called for his children have been See Page (See Page 2)
newcomers providedmore Fred Sapp 54, has been occupied by Commissioner
educated in the Union
the total County
grand jury presentations July expenditure of $26,000
competition for the as conductor for Vernon Silcox. Silcox polled
employed 2)p
Public Schools.
28.: have both been opened compared to last
year's$18.3IX three Starke city commissionseats Seaboard Coastline for the 739 votes in the 1971 race,
Donald G. Dukes 49! incum-
lollowing arrest of the defen ) ). an increase of $7,700.
dants. during off-year election past 30 years. A resident at Ernest Allen was second with bent member of District 3, is

l.ilIieIae! Mood Norris. 48. Stating several reasons for Tuesday, July 30, when Fred 1511 East Call Street of Starke 429, and Chastain had 403 completing his third term as a
the need of an additional Sappentered race for Group 1. and newcomer in politics, he votes. school board member. Dukesis
arrested for t the shooting
Harold for and is for the 1 seat. Chastain, a Starke residentfor
death of her husband. J_. C. employee in her office Mrs. Epps Group 3, trying Group self-employed as a farmer
;Norris.; has been released Flynn said that recent Tommy Williams for Group 5. Sapp has lived in the city for 37 years. is the son of Mrs. and poultryman. He is a life-
in the the six coming Jesse Chastain of Lake
Iroin Bradford County Jail on changes registration past years long resident of Union County
statutes required her to serveas here from Bartow where he Bedford, a retired county and graduated from Union
a Willie$5.000) ( bond.Jenkins. also of the registering official of lived for over 30 years. He is a commissioner, born and High School in 1943. and is

all of the municipalities in the member of the Presbyterian raised in Bradford County married to the former Marie
Starke. is in custody in the
Starke I Church and is married to the Chastain attended Bradford
county Lawtey. Hilton. They have three
county jail following arrest in and Brooker former Blanche Tew of High School. He is married to I
Hampton in children Jeanne and
connection of the death of Cleo
addition to her regular duties Bartow Sapp "promises the former Ella !Mae Sapp of
!McNeal on April 23. 1973. (See Page 2)
but the statutes did not equal government for all Heilbronn Springs. They have OLD FASHION '
McNeal shot and killedat
was provide for the compensation citizens and wants all citizensto two children Sue and Tommy
John Perkins' tavern on lor the additional work) be represented in a fair and and two grandchildren. ,,
Oak Street in Starke.
required. Chastain owned a local Services Set

pulpwood business for 18 AUCTION Sat. Aug. 3
.4 -:ir.titwn years. He is a member of the For Former ,
First Christian Church and
QlrtrrJt Burglar Caught Bradford Lodge No. 35.
3:00: P.M. Parking Lot I
Bill Glover, 48, first entry in Lawtey MayorFormer
the Group 3 race, he will
Red Handed says Next To Half Moon Hotel
1t .. seek a seat on the commissionto Lawtey Mayor

Lewis Noe 28, of Starke, 'Jl r.1 provide a more efficient Charles R. Shuford, 88, died Valuable
was arrested Sunday July 28 :_ '-'I organization for the city and Tuesday, July 30, in a Tampa $ Afl $500 I
and charged with breakingand ? F to help make the utility rates hospital of cancer. UvU Merchandise
entering Dahmer's Discount '' 'I\f o M< more equitable for all users." Services will be held today I _

; Store at 112 East Call >, (See Page 6) (Thursday Aug. 1) at 2 p.m. -
Street. Tommy Williams j:' from Jones Memorial Chapel O;.....
Noe's arrest Groups \ \ \. in Starke. Burial will follow : -
rapid was accomplished } .
as he emergedfrom Starke businessman Marc :\ l > immediately in Kingsley Lake ::::=-
County Commission Meeting the building through a Jackson drew opposition : ), rX' \ Cemetery under direction of

Monday .a.m. hole at the rear of the store. Monday, July 29, from Fred '; DeWitt C. Jones Funeral

CourthouseSchool On hand to greet him he Sapp. 54. a newcomer in \X' Home of Starke.Mr. .
as J
; L., ,
------ came through the .hole was politics, for Group 1 seat. .... ". ,,.. k: Shuford served as A action Money ToRe Used
mayor of Lawtey for 20 years.
Police Officer Kenneth Bill Glover and Carlton
Board Carlton. Chastain, drew third man Harold Epps He retired this past January 7. This Saturday On Call St. I
Budget Meeting Police Officer M. L. Sibley opposition Tuesday morning Group He was born in Newton, N. C. ,
Tuesday a.m. said that he feels April 9, 1886 and had been a be used in biddingfor J
received a call from Harold Epps, 39, equal manner. Sapp $500 In valuable merchandise Money may
------ Irom the police station that National Guard employee( for maybe an outsider can see resident of Lawtey since 1929. ranging from the merchandise, and 1
Starke City Commission the burglar alarm in the store Group 3'Incumbent' things, here that an insider Surviving are two diamond earrings to radios, "money" not used this
7p.m. had been triggered. Upon Charles J. cannot, he told a Telegraph daughters: Mrs. Frances will auctioned off Saturday, Saturday may be saved for ,
City Hall responding to the alarm Schaefer of Group 5 drew reporter. S. Tharpe of Cullen, Virginia and Aug. 3, at 3 p.m. on the Call other auctions in the future. 1
Sibley covered the front door opposition just before Carlton Chastain 54, is a 20- Mrs. Wynne Wright of Street parking lot across from Persons not yet having a i
c-t.r eImqt and Carlton the back. Sibley, Tuesday noon from Tommy: year veteran and a captain Tampa; one son: Karl Priest's Ten Cent Store. supply of auction money may ,
observing the presence of a Williams, 63., retired civil with the Crash and Rescue Shuford of Christian burg, Virginia obtain some for bidding by ,I
(Cammunftutatf $ white male figure inside the service employee. Unit of the Cecil Field Naval ; three brothers: Jamesof Articles to be auctioned making purchases in ;
building summoned Officer Jackson.licepresident of Air Station Fire Department.A Sax Virginia; Jake of have been donated by 15 cooperating stores this :

,& Sank Willie Searcy to the scene. Jackson Builder's Supply has resident of West Lafayette Appomattox, Va., and Georgeof downtown Starke merchantswho Thursday, Friday ,and r
Noe was captured without qualified for the Group 1 seat Street in Starke Chastain is Lawtey; one sister; Mrs. have been giving out Saturday. Read the details of)

A_ ....... U. resistance as he was making vacated by the dean of the making his second try for the Edith Ferguson of Starke 8 Auction Money for the past Auction Days In the full. page ;
T. $ .-by his departure from the present council, veteran One city council. He ran third in Fred Sapp grandchildren and 4 great. few weeks with purchases in announcement found .
F...... D5 --c- premises. Wiggins. 1971 for th Group 4 seat now Group I grandchildren. their stores. The Auction elsewhere in this issue. 'f


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U 2 TELEGUAPIIugust I. 1971

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12 Candidates Vying For 5 Union PostsFrom I

( I) some half dozen similar cases, ... _,,:__
Alter with
;2U: years service
where adjustments had been ( Page 1)
/ the
(' mmissioners are: George made by the assessor's office slderation must be given to on his record. He favors the Federal Government Anderson -
iberts (serving as chairan Michael. He the He is a member of the the school continued progress of the feels that he is well
prior to the hearings Thursday serves on v employees and the of
> aveShufordand Ralph but of which the taxpayer Board of Deasons of The Harmony Free Will Baptist taxpayers of union County," county and for the benefit strive to qualified for the position he is
Bryan School members are: was not aware. Pam said the taxpayer will seeking.
Rodney Hall and Seeber --"''ffie Alderman listed her keep the millage as low as A third contender for the
Goodman, who substituted for property at $10,450 with the erar' possible.Gerald, District 2 Commission Post is
was born and raisedin Ellcano Beeves, 34, of
Art Holliduy. assessor's figure set at 11'i
and is
The job of the board is to $42.729.! i the Raiford district Raiford. Reeves is an Army
decide the cash value of --A major difference cited to '' hrv married to the foremr JoAnn veteran. He is selfemployedin
the county tax Dobbs. They have four the pulpwood and timber
property on the adjustment board was r
!rolls from judgements entered Cadillac Manufacturing Co.. children. He is a member business at Kniford. Before
b> the assessor as opposed to on East Brownlee Street, .r F the Raiford Baptist Church going into business for himselfhe
the landowners evaluation. assessed at $130,916 in 1973 and the Masonic Lodge was employed at ((upon(
Ninety-two persons appeared and this year increased to I Griffis is a building contractor for 15 years.J .
to protest assessments $239.014.! ,b K and operator of the Town- Felton Smith,48, from the
mi. 113 parcels.Assessments. --The final petitioner just I 11! house Restaurant in Lake Providence community, is a
d dr
protested to before( !9:30: last Thursday {, Butler. candidate to succeed himself
tw adjustment board in- night was Miss Della us county commissioner of
eIu' (d: Itoscnbcrg with a list of 11 rr District. Smith is completinghis
-\i2OIl5: (> assessment of parcels valued at $330,000 in l ; fourth year on the com-
Mr aifl Mrs- MrsKdScheyder. 1974. compared to $200,000) in ;hw l'EIlca mission and is presently
trom M9.200 in 1973.! The 1973.: 1 n serving as it's chairman.
Sclieydjr'ssaid: their propertyis 1 .\ rs In seeking another term on
wurti$37,0110.. Voters... no Reeves l the board Smith i says that he is
A $12>.6!>0 assessment on .i I>lst.2 County Commission for progress and equal oppor-
of property was for all citizens lie
six pares (.From Page 1) I .' tunity
protested by Bill I Dodd of Democrats. 247 Thomas Mobley cooperation and dedicated Carl It. (Bobby) Hawkins _"' : \' tt.I.Il. believes in looking out for the
Starke DOtld's property was registered Republicans, and 61 "other," Dish 1 School Hoard service in providing the best Dish 3 School Board Ii. : .. ;': taxpayer and keeping the tax
assessed at $34.2U2: in 1U73\ : ; he said. The total Harmony Free Will Baptist .a&. ; 1. s'' t'e miliage down.
Mrs. Flynn
assessment \\ould is married and
said a fair Church. Smith the
in the Church.
black registration
:tt" Archie L.demons of four children, all of
bo $34.250.A
county is !911.I about 16 percentof Dukes feels that his past Ray Powell, 43, a candidateto
$:)..iiM( ) assessment on aback the total. White registrationis performance and experienceon succeed himself for another Dist 4 County Commission whom have graduated from
I nty lot was protested by the school board qualifieshim 'e Y fy the Union County Schools.
:McUae of St.u'ke.Idla'l' 4.834.: Archie L. Clemons, 51,
lijirni-N; Gerald a
Registration books will better to represent the Griffis, 39, incum-
\ was mlormed by bent commissioner from resident of the Providence
\ssessor Kong that the lot. remain open for those District 2, is seeking a third rt section of Union County will
ilued, .It Smio in I'.t7i\ : had qualifying for the General tz: y be in contention for the District -
ilreadv. been adjusted to a Election: until 5 p.m. Saturday 4 Commission Post.
(IU74! value ol $1.200.; Mcltae Sept. 21. after which date Archie was formerly em-
quickly indicated he would they will remain closed for all i t. ployed by the Union County
.ieceptthat figure There were registration/ until after the Road Department for five
General Election: t9''. I"a meta Hulls Thomas years, and feels that he knows

---- -- Dish 5 School Hoard something about the problems
JULY confronting the county.
A8' He is presently employed asa
Robert J. (Bobby An-
heavy equipment operatorby
derson, -Iii, of Raiford. in con-
Gainesville firm.
LUMBER tention for the District 2 Archie is married and the
\ County Commission Seat, has father of four children.
been a resident of Raiford
-- since his discharge from the ._
-:--:02 Yellow Pine !Nathan; Trowell U. S. Navy in 1U4B.! lie is a dis- - - -
FOR SALE: Tapes, 3M double
Dish I School Hoard'altl'r. abled veteran of World War II,
Donald C..DukesDish member of the :Methodist stick, 1/2 inch and 3/4 inch
2x.1-xU. . . each. 8824xlO a wide
term Marriedto magic tape. Also
:3 School Board as District 5 School Church and Mason.!
Board Member is the pub the former Geraldine j Masking Tape, 3/4 inch 1
. . each 1.2U
educational opportunity for lisher of the Union County Rosier they have four inch, 11/2 inch, and 2 inch
2x.hl.1.eueh'1.852x.lxI6. the children. children. tape. All at The Office Shop.
Robert J. (Bobby l ) Anderson Bobby said I that he would be
Commission full time basisto -- - -
I Dist 2 Comity available on a
. . eiieh 2.06
serve the people of Union FOR SALE: File boxes guides
people for another term. Gerald Griffis and assist them with and cards. Everything
21 1 IxI8.I . . each '2.56 County to you
Walter 1'' Williams I, of Dish 2 County Commissionterm their problems. Any requests need for fixing a filing, system.
Worthington Springs, in qualifying on the board. In lor legislation coming before All for sale at The Office
Plywood Particle;; Board for the District 3 School qualifying for re-election the board will be carefully Shop.
2X4X8-4-PLY 5/8X4X8 Board Post says that he is a Griffis said that he is running considered before final action.
lifelong resident of Union I '
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SHEET 55S5 || SHEET 54.OO County Waller is self- A /V'V 'N Srf rf 'Vrf w'S V S V SXVx XVii XN
employed as a farmer and is
the operator of a service
SHEET ROCK Springs.station in Worthington x I ...rwg7h Denmark'Furniture

/2\4xl2 1 . sheet '3.30 He serves on the Board of I ,.}
Deacons of the Sardis Baptist
Church and Is a member of the
C.-'ISII and /;.-1RN }' Union County Development Store
Authority. He is married to
LDNCiCHRMPSBuilding the former :Mary Virginia
Bielling. They have four sons, ,
MaterialsU. Jeffrey Doyle Leslie and /, r %lCr
Karl.A. I .I2 J \\ Williams I J Sale Good Thru Aug 3rd.
S. 3O1 SOUTH STARKE PH. 964-6853 political newcomer. J.Felton Smith I Dist.I :3(School Board r t
Williams pledges hiss
Dist I County Commission
Times, a registered real
estate broker and is engagedin
In qualifying for the District other business enterprisesin
3 School Board Seat, Carl H.nay Lake Butler."I .

l want to see our children
-. get the best possible educationso

G YZ they can make their way in
I this changing world. I want
( our graduates to be able to
compete in the world of work.
This has prompted me to takea
ti1 hI special interest in the area
of vocational training for our .
/ f students," Powell says. SAJE
t I Powell said he believes he
v \ has the qualifications and the
business ability necessary to
/ help lead the school system
through some of the problemsthat CaYflmIjS
he ahead.
I Pamela Bolls Thomas, 25, in
qualifying for the District 5
10 School Board Seat, said, "with
education advancing at such a
fast pace every effort must be
made to stay abreast with the
changes. It is vital that each
Powell child be developed to his
Such Brand Names
Dish School Board greatest potential. as

Pam has been a resident of
(Bobby) Hawkins, 31, says Lake Butler for 20 years and is Thomasville Bassett-
that he believes in hiring and married to James F. Thomas,
keeping qualified personnel in a teacher at Union County
the school system and in pro- High School. They have one Broyhill Clayton Marcus Berhnrtlt
!IT'S TOUGH FELLOWS JO viding the best possible edu-
cation at the lowest possible son.Mrs.. Thomas Is a registerednurse
cost.Bobby and was formerly & Lazy Boy
is self-employed as a employed at the Intensive
GET BEAT AT A MAN'S farmer at Worthington Care Unit of the Shands
GAME Springs. He is married to the Teaching Hospital in Gaines-
former Ida Crawford and they ville.
have three daughters, Pam, "1 feel that adequate con- SavingsThroughout:

But the ladies, bless 'em they know about I Paula and Carla. .

winning .That's why more and more of Serving Since 1950 Florida :

them are shopping the "HANDY WAY". ..Jortda.fin J..tc.,J/nc.

The Store-

They instinctively know they will come out CordiallyEaves

Mrs. CarolvnlftKffl|

ahead with our "PARK AT THE DOOR" and 11R Welcomes Hurry In

Representative f
You and Your
SERVICE". Ph. 964.5812
Family To Your
613 S. Colley. Rd
Budget Terms

EVER LEARN? StarkeThe State Of FloridaIt

It's A Fact. You Can Do Better atM
OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 11:00 P.M. EVERY DAY
Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and

Acquaint You With Your City.

If you ere new In iris araa, a phone call ;11T a enmarurri>. ure o. o are

Handq.Waq will bring you a prompt visit from your local/ ho"...

Pl.... glv. h.r. ealll

She hoe map and many fr.. and wonderful

FOOD STORES gifts for you from local' bjalnaaiaa. If 434 W..CALL ST. PHONE 904-9827 STARKE. FLORIDAPage

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n p Kidney DializerExplained ToJuniorWomen The !! Yhelllooig J !_ i rP

Woman's Members Club of the of Starke Junior GLdy. Society Gdilorr 964-

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visited the Hemodialysis Unit

4. i I of Jacksonville the University Wednesday Hospital in; Shower Honors Miss Sallye MengMiss I

I evening, July 24. P7I'ar Sallye Meng was included Mrs. Paul Meng, with a white linen cloth and
Dr. J.M. Wentworth, complimented at a bridal mother of the honoree. centered with a styrofoamcake
L Y I medical director of the shower Monday night given by The refreshment table was made with white daisies
Hemodialysis Unit,"conducted Mrs. Johnny Johnson and covered with a white lace and topped with love birds.
a tour of the unit and explained Mrs. Donald Bagwell at the cloth and centered with an
the operation of the old Presbyterian Manse on arrangement of yellow and
kidney dializer. He also Cherry Street. white daisy pompoms. The hostesses presented the

discussed the proposed Games with prizes were Mrs. Donnie Bagwell honoree with a toaster and
Pediatric Dialysis Unit. enjoyed by the 25 guests presided at the punch bowl. cannister as a memento of
Blinds. kidney equipment andputting during the party hours. Guests The gift table was covered the occasion.
at together a unique
r room geered toward the at

mosphere of a child's
recreation room rather than a r
cold hospital room are the R
J- :
areas in which the Junior :
t f Woman's Club of Starke in BedtJ

conjunction with District IV

"t, ? Junior Women hope to _
1 provide.Children.
of the Starke-

Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Buford Bradford County Area will be(
entitled to the use of these
facilities as this unit will be

Golden Wedding AnniversaryMr. the area.only one of its kind in this i knat : family center

and Mrs. R.C Buford terspersed with yellow Attending the tour were(
celebrated their golden pompoms. At one end of the Mrs. Andrew Whitehead Mrs.
wedding anniversary Sunday table was a four-tiered Robert Hall, Mrs. Marty;

afternoon when their son-in- wedding cake decorated with Payne, Mrs. John Smith, Mrs. mm 1 (!)(lDJm ?
law and daughter, Mr and yellow rosettes. At the other James K. Smith and Mrs t >*-* li: ijiiWijfa'fch'U.' '
Mrs Walter King, gave a end of the table was a crystal Charles Goodowns.Farewell e4 SHOPPING
reception for them at their punch bowl encircled with U.S. 301 South Starke Fla.Open
home on Gene Street. leather leaf fern and yellow CENTER .

The guests were greeted at pompoms. Mrs. Leland Pace Dinner Mon Wed 9 To 8 Thurs. Sat 9 To 9 Sun 12 To 6 .
the door by Mrs J.R. Kite, cut the cake and Mrs C.D.Edwards .
and Mrs. John Harold An- : presided at the
drews kept the guest book. punch bowl. Set Friday For

Standing in the receiving line Mrs Louise Harden was in Our Summer
were Mrs. King and Mr and charge of the gift table in the Chaplain Edwards;
Loretta Ann Becomes
Mrs Buford. family room. The table was Starling
Mrs. Elbert Nettles: invited covered with a lace cloth .and A farewell dinner for
guests to the tea table in the centered with a yellow Chaplain J.E. Edwards will beheld Bride Of Andreu Harvey On July 19

dining room. The table was arrangement of pompoms.and Friday, August 2, at 7:30: Clearance SaleContinues
covered with an imported lace daisies.In in the
linen and p.m. employee Miss Loretta Ann Starling, at the wrists and a full length
cloth over yellow the living was a clubhouse.
of Mr. and Mrs. train. A Juliet secured her
silver three- cap
centered two
w graceful\ arrangement of a Chaplain Edwards i is
branch candelabras holding Charles G. Starling of Lawtey, shoulder length veil of
from the Division of
yellow roses. retiring
and Andreu James Harvey of illusion. She carried two long
six gold tapers. The candelabras Assisting in serving were Corrections at Haiford after 20
encircled witha Perry, son of Rev. and Mrs. stemmed pink roses tied witha
were :Mrs. Ernest Lindes, Mrs. years of service.
garland of greenery in- James Putnam Mrs. L.F. The employees of Florida E.C. Harvey of Lawtey, were white satin bow holding
united in Friday, hlies-of-the-valley and long
Dinkins, and Mrs. Charles State Prison and Union marriage
July 19, at 8 p.m. in the First satin streamers.A .
Sheila N. Ash Hardy. Correctional Institution are:
Baptist Church in Lawtey with
Approximately 100 guests sponsoring the farewell Kev E.C. Harvey performingthe reception was held in the
Weds R.E.lee called between the hours three dinner. nuptials. church educational building.Mrs. .
and live-o'clock. Those from The affair is open to all Highlighting the altar were John Kuhne greeted All Swimwear l/r
In Home Ceremony out-ol-townwereMr. and Mrs. employees. friends and two pedestal baskets of guests at the door and stan- > Price
John II. Andrews, Mrs. Leland families Chaplain Edwards lavender pompoms, pink ding in the receiving line were

:Miss Sheila :Noreen; Ash Pace Mrs Louise Hardin and carnations and white gladioli the bride and groom, their
and Mrs. Elbert Nettles: ,
daughter of :Mr and :Mrs Mr Visitors HonoredAt against a background of parents the attendants and
Mr. and !Mrs
Lake Butler
: bride's ,
Fred Ash of Lake Butler branched candelabra with the grandparents
the bride of Richardhugene Donald Stilley. Mr and :Mrs Jackson burning tapers and unity Mrs Joseph Starling and Mr
became Home
Ernest: Lindes and !Mr and and !Mrs. W.C. Hardee.
of Mr and candles in front of the
: Lee. son
Mrs Eugene: P Lee of Starke.on Mrs: Wayne Edwards, kneeling bench. The bride's table was Halter Tops 1/2 Price
Mr and :Mrs.
.July 23: at 8 p.m. at the Jacksonville: Kev and Mrs. Barry Van Miss Charlotte Whitehead, covered with a linen cloth and
and children,
home of Mr and Mrs. Paul Ted Stilley Deventer and children, Jon organist, presented a centered with a three-tiered
Jones of Kaitord Altamont Springs; Mr and David Drucilla and Sarah, of program of nuptial music. wedding cake encircled with
Rev John Stril'kland.pilstol' :Mrs Howard Tucker, :Montgomery Ala., who spent Larry Edwards served as lavender and pink pompoms.
of Pine Level Baptist Keystone Heights; Mrs. HelenMock the past week at the Jackson best man and !Mike Albritton Crystal punch bowls, en-
the and Mr and !Mrs. cottage on Spring Lake, were was an usher. circled with greenery and
Church. performed
altar Aubrey Green Waldo; and honored( Saturday evening at a Mrs. Wayne Groves at- pompoms, were placed at
,, nuptials decorated! with before arrangements an Mrs. Thomas! II Harley of Coca-Cola party given by !Mrs.; tended as matron of honor, each end of the table. Mrs. Ladies Shorts I/O Price

ol pink mums. Tallahassee. W.T Jackson, Sr., Mrs. Tom wearing a lavender lace gown Larry Norman cut the cake,
and Mrs. Marc and at the punch
William L. Murwin. of Jackson over taffeta, styled similar to presiding
Jackson at the home of the bowls were !Mrs. Kenneth
Keystone Heights, served as Luncheon Given the bride's gown, with chiffon
Bill Dobbs.
latter. sleeves. Barfield and Mrs
list man, and Miss
Adana of Lake Butler Kev and Mrs. Van The bride, given in Following a short wedding
Lynne For Mrs. Coran
I Dexenter were residents here trip through Northern Florida
attended as maid of honor. marriage by her father, worea
Given in marriage by her 13 years ago while Kev. Van white Brussels lace gown and Georgia the couple is
father the bride wore a knit !Mrs. Sarah Coran. who will Deventer was pastor of the over bridal satin gown residing in Perry. Short Sets
1/2 PriceLadies
and carried a bouquet of move to Carmichael. Calif. on First Presbyterian Church. designed with an empire The bride is a 1974 graduateof '
gown and white mums tied August 24 to make her home, The refreshment table was waistline, gathered skirt Bradford High School.
pink with white satin ribbons. was! honored ata luncheon last covered with a hand crocheted stand-up collar, lace leg-of- !Mr. Harvey is a 1974
A reception was held Thursday given\ by IMrs. cloth and centered with a mutton sleeves that fastened graduate of Taylor County
following the ceremony. George B. I-"Iynn. Sr. and Mrs. summer floral arrangement with buttons of self material High School
The bride's table was Eva Anderson at. the home of Ranked by crystal candleholders Sleeveless'

covered with linen a white and lace was the Eight latter.friends of the honoree Approximately with white fifty tapers.friendsof Marionette Show Set For RendersAll
cloth over 1/2
two-tiered attended to wish her well the Van Deventers cablebetween PriceBroken
'nlt'I'l'dith a Tops
(wedding( cake, topped with a !before leaving the hours five and boys and girls who August 2, at the Bradford

of roses! with wedding The hostesses presented the eight o'clock. 'Followed the Reader" by County Library.
hells and hearts honoree w ith a personal gi ft as participating in the Summer Reading cards will be
memento( ol the ()occasion returned and participantswill
served by a Reading Program sponsoredby
The cake was d:
Miss the Bradford Public enjoy a marionette show Sizes And Styles
:Mrs Paul ,Jones and County :
'leiri L.vnne Adana presided.it Library, are invited to a party presented by Bobby Fugererof
Mrs. Linda Sallye Ann Meng and marionetteshow from 2 to Gainesville. Refreshments
tin punch bow I 1/2 PriceLadies
:Norris; assisted bride attended in serving.'t'he Lake. Honored Shower 3 o'clock, Friday afternoon will also be served. Ladies Shoes I

Lauder High .School.Mr ;:
: Lee is a 1\11m; < ) graduate of Miss Sall>e Ann !Meng, YOIJJmawGuy
Bead Iord High School and is bride-elect of Kandali El eneSl'oggins. d i

now employed' at the Florida was honored tit a N

Stale' I'risun.Fullowbnga. linen-lingerie. shower on !Mrs. Margaret Jackson has
( \\ trip to Saturday. July H: J.i'l'1Jby\ Sale is a medical returned after being a patient ieSits L/2 Price
South Florida t the couple will {'(lthl'l'ilI.l'wis and :Mrs.Budd.x patient in St. Vincent'sHospital. in North Florida Regional

leside at lleilbronn Springs.HunterRatliff Lewis! at the home of Hospital for two weeks.
the latter
} Mr and !Mrs John !Miller,
Guests enjoyed games and !Mrs. Alfred Wilks and Mrs.
l'I'I'I'shnll'ntsel'e, serxeddining a: daughter, Mary Anne, and George Bishop and family of
the alternoon party son. Kevin, spent the weekendat Jacksonville were Monday Ladies Sleeveless
hours I Crystal River. dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. af
The| marriage Mrs: hone The hostesses! presented the Whitehead.
Kallill ol Graham; to I'r:: 'nest honoree with a piece. of Mr. and !Mrs !Marhe San- A.B. Blouses 1/2 PriceBoys I

I Hunter, formerly of Fort Lau- lingerie as a memento o>Of f the Williams-Riles derson of Fort Pierce will Mr. and !Mrs. Eldon Sapp
\lI'I'd,111'ml :solemni/ed; on occasion.MengScoggins. spend t the weekend with her
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Norman
Julx 17 in the First Baptist Told parents Mr. and Mrs S,G. I
Chiirih of Graham Hex Engagement Denmark. and son and Mr and Mrs.
Tullie Norman visited !Mr and
James! Stalling pastorperlornu'd
the !Mrs Melba Williams an- :Mrs. E.J. Eggers in GirlsShorts
ceiemonyMrs the of Group of Bras 2 for the Jacksonville Sunday.
presented: James a program Starling ol Date Set Aug. 3 her nounces daughter Helen Rachel, to price of 1 at Leila's Dress PriceSummer I

nuptial music.Kitchen. Lee Riles of Tampa. Shop. Group of Bras 2 for the
Miss Sallje Ann Meng and The wedding will be an price of 1 at Leila's Dress
Randall Eugene: Scoggms will event of August 31 at 7 p.m. in !Mr. and Mrs Howard Shop.
ShowerFor be united in marriage on the First Baptist Church of Meyer spent the weekend at

Saturday August 3, at.4 p.m. Starke.All Jekyll Island. Mr. and Mrs R.P I
JanineGay in St. Williams Catholic friends and relatives are McLendon and grandchildren. Style

Church. Keystone Heights, invited to attend. Mrs. Joe Hill and daughterof Ian and Stacey. were weekend
ElectMiss with a reception following at Ocala visited her father, guests of Mrs. Nell McDonellin Girls L/2 Price
Bride the home of the bride's Harvey Edwards, on Sunday- Tampa and also visited Tops I
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Busch Garden.
Janine Gay. August 17 :Meng. on Hampton Lake BIRTHS .
bl'idl'l'Il'I't.Ii! honored at a All friends and relatives are .
shower Friday united to attend.
evening kitchen. July 26(;. given by Give Your Trees 28 Quart
Overstreet. !Mr and Mrs Kenneth FRE E BIES I
Misses! Dons Griffis-Gunter Butler THE
Snover of Lake an-
Carol! Richards! and Pearl birth of L/2 Price ,
\\olfred al the home of the nounce the a son. Foam Chest
Rev and Mrs. LemmieLoreiua .Tustin Adam born July 30 in FREE FREE
lat ter Griffis of Raiford the Alachua General Hospital. Insect Fungus
A party gamewas played by the of are Mr and
announce engagement: Grandparents
the guests! ultel'hich served their daughter Glenda Kay.to Mrs. N. B. Rosier of State FREE From Scab Disease "
I relreshinents! were Joseph Gunter of Starke. Farm and !Mr. and !Mrs. JohnSnover All
(rum a table covered with a FREE To Produce Better
and centered The wedding date will be of Tallahassee. /
Bile lace 1
with a bride and groom announced later.Dl'PI.ICATK. *&*0*&<*0O *0<*0 0 & 0n' F. P. C. Power Spraying Is The Safe Price
Missolfred Water
(presided centerpiece.at the punch bowl BRIDGE Mrs. Mary Beth Peacock Economical Way To Be Assured Of Toys2 .

and Miss! Kim (Hodges cut the CLUB RESULTS and daughter. Debbie Sunday, of Disease Free Trees Hence A
Jacksonville were
cake. First place winning coupleat Better Yield
The hostesses presented the Duplicate Bridge Tuesday dinner guests of Mrs. Bertha 101lDA Shop Our N.w Fall Fashions
with an electric can Pearce.
honoree night were: !Mr.: and !Mrs. Ari ;
opener as a memento of the second T. A.
\Vutana place 1ST
; Denmark
occasion. Sundem and Mrs.'J. 11. Mine- Mrs. FREE Estimates Too!
Among the thirteen at- singer; third place. Mrs. returned Monday from ten In ottreota Far Back To SchoolAugust
visit with relatives J
lending-w as Mrs VV.J. Ep- Fountain and Mrs. days Call
Byron and 964-5745 .
Fort Pierce
person grandmother of the Billie Johnson. Melbourne. aaraw ca ,),
bride elect Pompano Beach. Y


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"fugal TELEGRAPH.: August I. 1l7! I

wl..gslas rot I l v! Long Lauded For
Mrs. Crawford Wins ClubsIn

PeopleMrs. uJnow Prompt Tax Report I'

Golf GiveAwayMrs.
Bradford Tax Assessor "May we also extend to you
our congratulations since
Jewell Crawford of Starke was one of the two grand Gene Long has been lauded by county is one of the few in your the
!\ C'orrine Nooner and Mrs. Mark Hamilton and r prize winners of the Guaranty Federal Great Golf Give-Away S.J. Roche, director of the Ad State of Florida that has not
children of Benton, Ark. are children of Tampa are contest July 15. Of over 100 names entered Mrs. Crawfordwas Valorem Tax Division of the asked for an extension of time
visiting: !Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph spending two weeks with her the recipient of a set of lady's golf clubs complete with Department of Revenue in the for completion of the tax roll \
Sapp this week. parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.B. tstr red, white and blue sporty golf] bag. Capitol,for turning his tax roll in the past several years,"
Rosier, at the State Farm and The contest, sponsored by Guaranty Federal's main officeIn in to the state on time. Roche continued. Long says
Mrs. Ed Brewer and Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Gainesville and branch offices located in Gainesville, "This is to acknowledge he understands that Bradfordis
daughters Fran and Lorri of Hamiltion while Lt. Hamiltonis Starke, and Keystone Heights, ran for one month. receipt of and to express our one of just six of the 67
West Palm Beach were attending National Guard \ Other Starke winners who were recipients of one dozen golf sincere appreciation for your Florida counties to have it's
:Monday and Tuesday guests camp in the Panama Canal balls were Harold Epps, Willie McCollum, George Simpson, timely recapitualtion of the tax roll in on time this year.
of Mrs. W.B. Mundy at Zone. Mrs. J.W. Blackshear, and Don Wainwright. 1974 Bradford County tax "It gives us some
wrote Long on
Kingsley Lake. roll Roche
satisfaction, because
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Nichols ,_ i July 2 after the Bradfordassessor's thought we might not make it
Group of Bras 2 for the spent the weekend at Crystal c h I' 1I Ia office had tax turned roll on in this year," says Long,

< price of 1 at Leila's Dress River. i its time preliminary on July 1 for the 22nd referring to the complete reevaluation -
Shop. the
". Mrs. Myrtle Anderson was consecutive time. derwent.

Cherie Lawson of Fort in Callahan Saturday visitingMr. .
C Walton Beach is spending and Mrs. John Andersonand b bLi I
several weeks with her Mr. and Mrs. John H. Keep
grandmother Mrs. Ewell Anderson of Hollywood.Mr. .

Lawson.i .
and Mrs. L.R. Badmanof Lee DRAWDYI
i Local admittances to New Brunswick Canadaare [
visiting his mother Mrs. i I
Bradford County Hospital this
and brother-
week include: Mrs. Ethel Emma Badman for
Ariel in-law and sister, LTC and your
Tidwell, Hampton; -
Mrs. V.J. Spengler for several
Braque and Mrs. Willie Harold Davis, manager of the Starke Branch of Guaranty
McVeigh Keystone Heights; weeks. Federal, presents a golf bag and clubs to grand winner Mrs. t I Integrity and experience in local government
Mrs. Lillie Nettles and Oscar Jewell Crawford of Starke.
Klixson.: Lake Butler; Mrs. Mrs. E.P. Boland and I Proven leadership in Clay County affairs
of Ga.
Bertie Forsyth. Katherine daughter, Beth Athens

Kagans Raiford and Mrs. Gracie spent Mrs.Saturday Boland's to Wednesdaywith mother, people You. now IRS Applications .9 ri l Planned and orderly growth of Clay County
Harris ; Grady Hart, ir
Brooker; Mrs. Dorothy and Mrs.Beth H.L. Speer.spent the Mrs.previous Boland Mr.and Mrs. Eugene P Lee Available Adequate facilities and services for the citizens of Clay County
Merry. Waldo; Mrs. Martha had
as guests Saturday,
I Maynard. Christopher Stump with weekend a group at Daytona of church Beach youth William D. Parker of Wood- Application forms for the a Fiscal responsibility in levying and spending your tax dollars
Jason Johnson. Mrs. Eliza land Hills Calif.. J. C. Parkerof examination which 4 I
I "rancher Mrs. Margaret choirs musical who"A presented Celebration the of Orlando, Edward L. Parkerof persons to practice before the a Respect for individual views and responsive to your needs
Bellamy Ralph Goodge, Mrs. Merritt Island and Mrs. Internal Revenue Service are ?
Juanita Smith. David Cross Mae Conner of Center Hill. now available at IRS offices ,4
Mrs. Barbara Robinson,
i Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb throughout Florida.
Leland Hogg, Thomas J. Commissioner
Clay County
Crawford, Mrs. Lottie Addison returned Tuesday of last week Mr. and Mrs. David Parker
and Mrs. Carrie Griffis from five weeks trip to North anu cnildren of Cincinnati, The examination will be
Starke. Michigan and Wisconsin. Ohio are guests this week of given in Jacksonville Miami, District 2 Democrat
They attended the Air-Stream Mr. and Mrs. Charney Orlando and Tampa during
Travel Trailer rally at South
Group of Bras 2 for the Williams. September.
price of 1 at Leila's Dress Bend, Ind. ( Paid political ad) Up 8,1
Alescia Odom of New Port
f Mr and Mrs. Gerry Gibsonof Richy is spending the summer
Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wiggins Merritt Island spent the with her grandparents Mr.
returned Wednesday from weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Crawford. Mrs.
two ueeks vacation at and Mrs. L.H. Gibson. Crawford and Alescia along

\ irn'miu Beach Va. They also with Mr. and Mrs. Carl
MM led Mr. and Mrs. John Group of Bras 2 for the Norman and family of
; IlrlwugwayatElizabethtown I price of 1 at Leila's Dress Macclenny and Mr. and Mrs. EvcryDayLowPricel FOOD EveryDayLowPriceBEEF
\ ( Shop. Gene Masters of Tallahassee ]
spent the past three weeks
Miss Ellen Bloodworth Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen camping in North Carolinaand
tended the Phi Mu Sorority and daughter, Jean, returned Tennessee.Col. LIBBY'S CORN
rush workshop at Valdosta Wednesday of last week from FAIRSUPERMARKETS
Male College irom Thursday Memphis, Tenn. where Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin SIRLOINSTEAKS
to Sunday Whiffen attended the 20th. were at Lake Kerr from !, GOLDEN CREAM
reunion of his class from the Thursday to Monday.Mrs. STYLE
Mr: and Mrs. John B. Grew Southern College of Op- ORWHOLE
spent( the past two weeks with tometry on July 19-21. W. li. Hart was in STARKE'S
tier brother-in-law and sister, Ocala Sunday to Tuesday 320 SOUTH KERNEL
:Mr and Mrs. John E. Kunig, Miss Carol Bloodworth was visiting her son-in-law and WALNUT ST.
in Glen Burnie Md. Mr. and camping on the Suwannee daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Q .

:Mrs. Kumg accompanied Mr. River over the weekend with May. ... _. .. -. 8 ..VIIVVDAV WIIN ONUI LOW pftieit mutt aooo 00000"rr TMMU, C
.0ouO'.ouo.o." 3 OZ
and Mrs. Grew back to Starke Mr. and Mrs. Charles Busbyof $15 qN"Na
7 9
tor a week's visit. Orange Park. Mrs. E. C. Dukes and Mr. aID!
M Ht print l to leapt
Mrs. N. L. Woodburn and Mrs. J. C. Dukes and .tail HMO STUNTCOUPONS Can
family visited Mr. and Mrs.
Group of Bras 2 for the returned Tuesday after three -4
Leila's Dress Curtis Edwards in Lake
price of 1 at Cityon !
weeks visit with relatives in
Saturday.Mr. .
Shop. Ottumwa Iowa.

Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Walters Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Mrs. Brad Locke EvcryDayLowPrice I EvcryDayLowPrice I EveryDayLowPrice BonusBuyif. I
Danville.\ Va. arrive Fridaylor Parker and family of Miamiare and sons of Bradenton were
with Mr. and last Wednesday visitors of her BONELESS BEEFSTEAKS FLORIDA
a week's visit BEEF BLADE GRADE'A'
this week with _
spending s. NO. t 1
Jr. mother, Mrs. Shellie Gerle.
Peek Joiningthe
Mrs. S. L. ,
Mr and Mrs. M. C. Wells, FRESHFRYERS
lamily for the weekendwill Mrs. Shellie Gerle and Mrs. CHUCKROAST WHITEPOTATOES
be!Miss Katharine Peek of .
Carolyn Redgrave. The Group of Bras 2 for the
\\inter Garden. family also had as a visitor on price of 1 at Leila's Dress

Wednesday of last week, Mrs. Shop. 1.1..
of Mr. and
Len Register, son
Vera Smith of Orangeburg, S. WHOLE
Mrs. L. B. Register. Jr. of C. I:
Crystal Lake, left July 20 for Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin 2 PER
weeks on the ItpllrE lipeq R BAG LB BAG
six appointment Mrs. Marjean McGrew of 'had as guests Tuesday to
staff of the U. S. House of Re- Escandido, Calif is visiting Thursday of last week, Mrs. {
presentatives Internal her brother and sister-in-law, Baldwin's mother Mrs.
Security Committee. While in Mr. and Mrs. Herb Herres. Hattie Bracewell of Eesry/1ryLowRla/ EvcryDtylowPrke Every DayLowPricOHILIf EverypaylowRks EeeryDs>rtowprhs BomnBuySWIIT BonuiBuy
Washington he will serve as Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. CHUCK BIIF MOOTOMtCOMNID JUICT FRESH
Assistant Documents clerk for Elton Cooper of Macon, Ga. BEEF RIBROAST CHUCK POTROAST sEer GROUND CaliforniaNECTARINES FIRM RIPETOMATOES Ii

the Committee. ]In the fall hew Group of Bras 2 for the and Mrs. Burke Willis of STEAKS BRISKETS. BEEF
ill return to the University of Dublin, Ga. ONILJJSEirryDyLowPrkc
price of 1 at Leila's Dress
.Florida ear. to begin his senior Shop. Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Mrs. 98 tIII\I ao\; $139 t s,.129 no: : $119 :::: 79c LB 33< LBBomnBuy 33

Mary Wooten had as guests
Group of Bras 2 for the Mr. and Mrs. David Hodgesand during last week Miss Jan W E* ryDayLowPricJ2 EvcryDayLowPrkc W EvcryDaylowPrk vcryDeyLowJlriceHUN' ocunSuTrMSK
Dress daughter; Mrs. Doris Hitch Mr. and Mrs. Tom
price of 1 at Leila's TlTUY
fl MU Porfdl OHM
Miller and son, Otha Miller, Ritch, Jr., Mrs. Walter KINO SUE .rS SNACK
mln9 Y TEA
spent Sunday to Wednesday of Gammel and daughter, s 'PACK
Mr. and Mrs. Art Landmanof last week in the Smoky Gloria, of Jacksonville, Mrs. : CREAMER -..-..'.UIU MIX ONIONS | PEANUTS

i4 New York City were Mountains.Mr. Harry Darby of Lake City, "M' 2/l .... 89 *
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. N.T. Ritch of Hialeah, _. -. _J.II _3.6 49
Mrs. Rex Brown. and Mrs. O. G. Stray- and Mr and Mrs. Nelson OUR ivtitvO OUI -
horn of Wildwood, Mr. and Hitch of Tallahassee. Mrs. COMPARE UOMlCI" Vs'COMPARE ..'.'c...: :'0; 'COMPARE I, "
Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell Mrs. Aubrey Hazen, Winfred N.T. Ritch and Mr. and Mrs. I
Nelson Ritch attended :',:;.'::.'.: 45 10, Chipped Meats "rysr 45c a' Roll -"' <-
were Saturday luncheon Hazen and Mrs. V. V. Hazen of the Young Turkeys i : Sausage ,:"/ sgcAmerican 10.
guests of Mrs. Esma Yonguein Gainesville were last Thur- funeral of Mrs. Floyd Greeron l.l I 111 QUItN Alt VAtllTIIIIXCI ,
Dinners 20. I Cooked Ham rrsrysr" 514' 20. I Cheese r' .r.99c:
Fairfield.Mr sday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thursday. "UlCID lit BIM MO*O *V $119 10.

M. F. Hazen and attended the Cooked Ham IGIMa slsv '0. : Boneless Hams ,. :'':. S2" a. : Cream Cheese .o Na 39c 10.
and Mrs. C.W. Goff and funeral of Mrs. L. O. Hazen. Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Petersonof
children of Jacksonville Mrs. Silver Spring, Md. were Skinless Franks "roY; :::' 59c '14. : Franks Oscar Mayer ".VoT,1.: 99cSunnyl'd 20. i Low Cal Yogurt ".'.."::." 23 .,
Tren Ward and children of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Har- recent guests of his brotherinlaw ,
Pasadena. Md. and Mr. and rington and daughters of and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sliced Bologna "::':::"" 79 14. 1 ( Sausage-'E";: ::, :c sl" 10. I Cottage Cheese ".-;:' :;:;" 59 4.

Mrs. Ralph Cox of Live Oak Ormond Beach visited Mr. L.H. Gibson. Fish Portions -:-sr"99: 20. : Hormel Franks IM:. 99c 70. : Sour Cream tssr 49c ..
were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy from
; and Mrs. Vernon Silcox. Sunday to Tuesday. Mr.and Mrs. Morgan Mikellof

} weekend Delray guests Beach of Mrs. Louie were EveryDayLowPriceREALEMON EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPriceLYKES EveryDayLowPrice

Bell Parks.

BibI Answers BANQUET
: Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby
Dansby in Perry on Sunday.Mrs. .
God did not have a beginning He is eternal. "Before the LEMON JUICE TOWELS I

mountains were brought forth, or ever thou hadst formed the Lila Rae Yawn and CHICKEN
earth and the world even from everlasting to everlasting, thou daughters and Mrs. B.W. -
. art God." (IPs. 90:2): ) Davis of Crescent City spent 32ozBTL.
"When" is an adverb of time. Time is a physical the weekend at St. Augustine. 100Sq.
: phenomenon: "the period during which action, process Ft.
5 condition or the like, continues." It is predicated of physical Mr. and Mrs. Abdul

: things. It follows then that before materiality there could be Alivandi and son of 1AWIUP Ou.I vlr ._"". Ou .r., .. tt
:: time. Since God COMPARE COMPARE{ D". .0 UO COMPARE .q,to. ';
no such phenomenon as created all things He were visiting her parents, Mr. tott c TO .

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August 1. 1974 TELEGRAPH Pages

I 3 Draw Jail Terms In Bradford Court Hampton To Decide On Council I

Three I
were Starling was sentenced to 20 dants: Arrest order was issued and
sentenced to terms in the days for driving while intoxicated Tommy Roger Cowart, $36, bond set at $200 in the case of Full-Time Policeman"It's
county jail by Judge Elzie and 5 more for unlawful Vera Jean Aaron,$36( Thomas Charles Lester McCullough Naming I
Sanders in Bradford County speed. In addition to the jail It. O'Brian( $36, Debra Henee who failed to appear for trialon
Traffic court July 24. term Starling's driver'slicense Heaven, $36, Theodore a charge of wilful and my idea," said Mayor "That's right! That's some- If the man elected is quali- raise be given so the marshall
Waiving his right to counsel was revoked for six Guions, $36, Tommy Lee wanton reckless driving. Arthur Bruno who first thing you can do without fied, Curtis said, he will vote can afford tobe full-time,
and changing his plea to months.In Mason, $51, Jesse Hamilton, Pleading not guilty on two proposed placing on the everybody knowing about it," for that man to be city police- asked Trisler.
guilty, David William a non-jury trial Clyde $36: James II. Cruger, $46, charges: unlawful speed and September 10 election ballot a stated Mrs. Josephine Fon- man. At that point Marshall "Why can't the city set requirements -
Padgett, was adjudged guiltyon Johns pled guilty to driving David Falling Chany, $36: driving while intoxicated, the proposal for the Hampton city taine. Phillips, answering Glover's for a qualified
two charges: unlawful while intoxicated and was Emory Glenn Roberts, $36, case of Sydney Tyrone Jameswas ouncil to appoint, rather than Bruno stated that if the question, said the new police marshall!, just like if he was
speed and driving a vehicle lined court costs of $101 and John Mitchell Brown, $36. transferred to the non- the people elect, the town council appoints a chief of chief would be allowed to hired?" asked Mrs. Vaughan.
with no tag. Padgett was placed on court probation for Fined on other chargeswere jury trial calendar. marshall.! police, there will be a require- attend training sessions after Glover and Council Member
sentenced to 5 days in the one year and had his driver's : ment that he be qualified for elected. Francis Wadsworth echoed
county jail on each charge license suspended for 30 days. George Looney, $15 court -------------- A unanimous vote to put to the job under Florida's Police The policeman's salary will that question.At .
with the sentence to be served Barbara McMillan Brown costs for no valid driver's the people the question of the Standards Act which requires have to be increased to $6,000, that point Mrs. Wads-
concurrently. was adjudged guilty in a non- license, Joe Greene, $26, for Obituaries council hiring the marshall! 200 hours of law enforcement minimum required by law fora worth moved to place the
Thursday was released jury trial and lined $36 on a no valid chueuffer's license, came after over an hour's dis- training.At fulltime policeman under question on the ballot. "Let
July 25, to stand charge of careless driving. Jimmy Kinsey, $36, for no ----- cussion during Thursdaynight's that point, Council Chair- the Police Standards Act, the city have its say-so,"
trial in the Bradford County Brown was represented by valid driver's license, (sen 2O July 18, meeting. Bill man Ted Curtis, interrupted, Council Member Ralph Trisler stated, and gave the
Circuit Court on a charge of Attorney Richard E. Welty. tence suspended). Nugent, Summers, Pat Glover, and saying: Trisler pointed out. second. The motion passed
breaking and entering with I I. D. Williamson changedhis Donald Harris Church, $46, Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan, plus "I want it clearly under- "All you'll be doing tonightis unanimously.The .
intent to commit a misdemeanor plea to guilty on a chargeof for careless driving, Shirley Leslie Harry Nugent Jr., several others, questioned the stood. If you pass this amend- putting this on the ballot," meeting Thursday wasa
Varnes, $36, for 20, of Starke, was killed in an motives of the council Trisler out. "That's session
careless driving and was Copeland ment, you will be putting the pointed special called for the
The day long stance in fined $36: in the case. running a stop sign, Learan- auto accident Tuesday, July members. marshall out of office" right, the people will vote on third and final reading of the
circuit court resulted in a mis- Charles Williams was fined tine B. Culfee, $36, for viola- :30\ near Starke. Recent acts of vandalismalso "Will you hire a qualifiedman it," said Councilman Hank proposal. The proposed
trial being declared when the $::1<(> in a non-jury trial on an tion of driver license restrictions Services will be held partially motivated the or one who will have to Lott.If amendment to the charter
six member jury failed lo unlawful speed charge. tomorrow (Friday, August 2,) action to seek appointment of go to school while in office?'' the people want to elect a underwent its first two
reach a unanimous \erdict. The case of Debbie Lynn Alice Diggs Hamilton, $36, at 11 a.m. from the Pine Level a city lawman, explained Glover asked. marshal!, why can't a pay readings in June.
(See separate trial story). Thomas charged with improper for running a stop sign, Baptist Church, with Rev. Council Chairman Ted Curtis
Sammy J. Smith was change of lone or Michael Anthony Heed, $36, John Strickland conducting. A$100 reward is posted now
sentenced to a total of 20) DeWitt C. Jones is in charge of
days course was dismissed by the for failure to yield right-of- for information about the
,. in the county jail on three state. Thomas was way. Zane (). Brooks, $36: for funeral arrangements. slashing of three police car
charges in traffic court. Smith represented at the trial by driving on wrong side of road- He was born April 27,1954 in tires on the night of July 13. R
drew 5 days each on chargesof Attorney Selig Golden. Syracuse, New york. Two loo-pound propane gas
careless driving and The state also dismissed the way.Ronald Marcue Reeves, $51, Surviving is his wife, Sherry cylinders were stolen from the &
leaving the scene of an ac- case of Mary Jones Schneider for no valid driver's license. Tompkins Nugent of Starke. rear of the city hall recently. :
cident and 10) more for charged with improper Bonds were forfeited by the His parents: Leslie Sr. and Evidence of eggs thrown at
operating a motor vehicle parking on pavement. The following defendants chargedwith Hannah Nugent of Starke. 4 the city hall remain near the
while his driver's license was defendant in the case was i unlawful speed: Bryan : Jeffrey, Danny, doorway. '
suspended. The sentences are represented by Attorney Clifford Kelly Mickey H. and Lee Nugent, all of Hampton has a 10 p.m. 't :
to be served consecutively Henry II. Wells. :Mallory Ruby Laverne Ashe, Sturke. 2 sisters: Laverne and curfew, but about that time
Sheldon Edwin: Starling was Fined for unlawful speedwere Ralph Eugene Coleman, Melissa Nugent of Starke. the marshall! retires for the fftt
sentenced to 25 days in jail. the following del en- Kliaphinc Williams, Ernest Grandparents: Mrs. Anna night and the mischief begins, ; family htezt.J
Masters of New
Dale Dobereiner. Liverpool, one resident stated last week
York. Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Virginia Norman; Herndon, Mayor Bruno, replying to
Joyce Parson Wcems, Annie Nugent of Syracuse, New most questions, said the
'rout Grooms, Loren Frank York. present part-time marshall!

FREE$199 SValue' Baird Herman, Charles Lewis Smith.M. Schmitt, Smokey Says, job docs properly not have, is time not to answer-do the mmlil0llmi30( 01Jlilm1:5(! :

William Hitch Mabry. Jr.. able to the council since he is
Robert! Taylor Stubbs, Andrew WILDFIRES elected, and is not properly U. S. 301 SHOPPING Starke Fia
; GRASS CATCHER Odell Scott, Katherine RE A CAUSE qualified.Following. i CENTER
M. Farley. Annamarie Cade POLLUTION a final reading of
Bonnie Alexander Jones. the amendment to Open Mon Wed 9 To 8 Thurs. Sat. 9 To 9 Sun 12 To 6
With Purchase Of Any ...TOO/ proposed
Kristina S. Salutsky, Melville Article 3 of the Hampton City
HAHN RIDING Stephen Smith, III. Charter and the ensuing discussion -
/ MOWER Richard Arnold Bobert. Council Member "s..iii&
\ Sandra N. Young, Teddy )Francis Wadsworth called for Decoratorgwog
Priced From $CQG95 Langston Jones, Richard )E approval of a motion to place
Brown. the question on the ballot. t
For A 126 Cut 7 H P B AS Engine Dennis G. Balsly. OrlandoF Approval by a majority of
a Martinez, James Von Ilam pton's 150: voters will give LOJ1tM
\w To Kendall Alfred V. Scale. the council power to hire a (
l1. fF ? Theodore W. Raniceski. chief of police rather than the
Lonnie Leonard Olive forfeited town elect a part-time marsha r
For A 30" Cut 10 H.P. bond on a charge of Don't pollute our environment 11. Choose from delicate Gingham
while intoxicated. wildfires! Prints to handsome Early
driving prevent The amendment states that
Syncro Balanced Cast Iror : '
':: American Prints, or go bold
there shall be created a Police
B & S Engine ::: > with Mediterranean/ and ultra
ill Department and a Chief of ::.::. modern with
All Models Carry 2 Yr Warranty On Pow R Trac Gear Police shall be hired and : Contemporary
ELECT I'b: ; ; styles. Beautiful colors! Buy
Drive Trans Axle appointed by the council. The %
System ltiz y ;, now while selection is the
chief would act at the pleasureof
We Take Mowers In Trade! the five-member council 1I fPi''i.;" & greatest!
and could be dismissed upon I SPECIAL GROUP!
the vote of three of the five

i members.If the amendment. change is 1 tJ

Kill' Fleas Plants approved, the marshall, if off. $12
s elected, shall not take office.
Each ,
On Your Animals\ The present marshall, Fred
$199 Phillips, who has qualified to
And Up run for the office even thoughit
Your Yard kfeustrwnPttosporwn may be dissolved, would Jill. xeewtiv
In $1 99 hold office until a chief of

0/ Up r police is appointed by the ., ,

5 /0. / $259 council."Whose idea was it, origin- <"
ally, of taking the office away : .
Sevin ; ARTHURGASKINS from the people?" questionedBill
Boxwood J259 Summers. "It's my idea,"
Dust replied Mayor Bruno stating
Flex : that "we want a fulltimepoliceman" Metal base with formica top. /
$759 because a partk- 20" deep 40" long, 29" high. !n
|4 Ib. Bag $ -127 Up time man can't do the job, and Fully assembled except for easily
that the council can't set the attached legs. Features full ms's'
Ipeg. sl. Roses $329 School Board MemberDistrict hours of the present elected letter, utility and center drawers S

marshall. that lock. Handsomely styled, ,r,
One "A man can run for office priced to save! '
and set his own hours, and the
A Concerned Parent and Taxpayer council can't do anything
-L01IDA GARDEN about it," Mayor Bruno J

>EST CENTER Your Vote and SupportWill stated.The city council and $ 44 8EH

,f ONTROI. 539 East Call St. Be Appreciated mayor town are but elected can't to do operatethe it with EM N4020d.

PH. 964-5745 the marshall elected. It takesit
H q a taI.ru C& out of their hands," Bruno
added. .i

"In other words, you don't
think the City of Starke is
I doing it right?" asked Glover. / t
9I (Starke elects its full-time .
I Muslang'foMove police chief.) \ '

\ Gel elected"Why for can't a full-time a man mar be :\i '* ,: I '.,:..;;;;,.;,;em1\

Inlo YoUT shall] and be responsible to the {f''JI \\ .":." -- I ,. ....
??" asked Glover. "Let ,,' '.
r'' = You people *W' .. r > :>
the people have a choice. : tiJ r
Mobile "The people do have a tW \ I of, '" "
11l Wide choice. They elect us," Bruno i.: :

9 Double rebutted. i .011:: -,., "
Will Have "Give the people a choice, 1 ,4
not just five,' Glover insisted. \'ri-c',! I ,

*a llome They Set Vp Before city also"You elected,"said he want the told for marshall to two Bruno.control year Glover terms.shouldbe the \ Rent cceM IUlM i' __-__. .' t

ti lIotUe "Did you back Mr. Phillips Decorative and practical, styled to fit i! ,
your (the present marshall) in the any decor. Brass plated frames with YOUR CHOICE! Wf Will B. 1
Starts last eledtion?" asked Sum- walnut grained finish inserts and

School mers."What I did in the last handles.3 TIER TELEPHONE STAND Big $ 88 1 I I Hippy TM Vow Alt TnHtlmt No M.n.yII tl'I

election has nothing to do with MAGAZINE RACK 5 iititlll. WIth
this," Bruno stated. SMOKER COMBINATION Savingsl! \
Each ,, V''r Purchase
1- 24x60 24x44 Walter Westcott ..

f: 3 Bedroom Bath Capella 3 Bedroom 1ft'/2 Bath Due DegreeWalter FOLDING (I) flanders

t Total Electric Tile Except Living i Room
Fully Carpeted Westcott, Jr., TABLE & CHAT S ro J
I i' Starke, will be among 444
students at Murray State Table has 3/4" foam padded
( 124x52 24x60 University in Kentucky whenhe top with grained vinyl cover.
receives a Master's Degree 1 l' steel frame with folding i.l

1 i 3 Bedroom Bath 3 Bedroom Front ft Rear during summer excerises commencement last double for years.CARD braced. legs, built to

II! Fully Carpeted. By Redman 2 Bath Total Electric By R..dma.tAO" tomorrow, Aug. 2. TABLE 1 I

f I Westcott just completed a

At ... agribusiness two-week workshop teachers for in 1
horticulture education at $1288FOLDING

=- Murray State July 112. {

t tA"\.at\- II Westcott and wife, Dianne CHAIRS /
are local teachers in Bradford

". "Je.StarKe County Mrs.Westcott teaches t.t/2HID... $ 88
horticulture at the Bradford- N.1..
.1ef1\p\e -- __ : Union Vo-Tech Center and Mr. Contoured .034. Table
'\6&0 Westcott is a pre-agriculture ..... V Each .tt072. Chairs na
instructor at Bradford Middle _
School. I

6 TELEGRAPH August I. 1971

Plans Musical Variety ShowThe

I Huge School Spending Bill Is ExplainedIn Day Group Saints Starke Branch plans a of the fantastic Church evening of Jesus of Christ variety of Latter en

tertainment when "Tell It Like It Is" will be presented
Tuesday Aug. 6 at 8 p.m. in the Starke Woman's Club, andWednesday
7 at 8 in the Keystone heightsWoman's
two lengthy work The budget does not include pointing an arm with index totals $4,480,521. by far the receives for' various will increase lunch prices Aug. p.m.
sessions on a $6.8 million funds for the board's much finger extended toward the largest amount of the entire programs, totaling some before taking money from the Club.
spending bill for 1974-75, the discussed heating and air- ceiling, indicating higher budget. $751,654 is in the $200,234.()( academic program to finance The 2-hour performance will include: "Red and Company
Bradford School Board made conditioning maintenance powers than the school are spending bill for debt service, food service. ," a country music group from Lake Butler, "The Queenof
few changes Monday and contract offered at some making the decision. payments on the several The operations budget In- Throughout the budget work Corn Pone County" Mary Ann Dukes of Keystone
Tuesday nights as Supt. Jim $50,000())( by Johnson Service of "We have nothing to do with school bond issues. cludes $2,845,744 for instruction session Monday and Tuesdaythe Heights, Elana and her Ukulele a Polynesian performer
Temple and his staff ex Jacksonville for what Supt. assessments and we' have $1,404,992 is in the budget for mostly salaries for school staff failed time Naomi Brett from Baldwin, a Hawiian comedy act, and
plained the huge budget. Temple termed Tuesday nighta nothing to do with the local capital improvements, increased teachers and administrators; after time to supply exact "Lonesome Road Boys" of Holiday Inn of Starke. Ad-
Approval of the budget for "catch-up, keep-up" plan. required effort," Temple hugely by$1,085,171 in $265,875 for operation of plant, figures on what was actually mission: $1.50 adults, 75 cents children, maximum $5 for
public advertisement is set "We simply cannot afford it. pressed on."We're state revenue bonds which including $125,000 (up $15,000)for ) spent in any specific category 'amt''see.
next: Tuesday. Aug. 6, after a That is the board's indicationto just the scape goats have been sold are the funds utilities, and $99,720! for in 197374. "We have to pull
public hearing scheduled at me," Temple stated. Instead for the state and the legislature placed on deposit at the maintenance, including those costs from ledgers,"one Rock Throwers Warned By Union Sheriffl!
the regular monthly board Temple and the board ," 24-year veteran board Florida Bank at Starke. The $60,000())( for salaries for nine staff member 'said, termingthat
meeting set to begin at 9 a.m. indicated, they are negotiating member II. A. Lawson added. big state bond sale will maintenance personnel.The a time-consuming effort. LAKE BUTLER Two vehicle) is a felony of the |
in the school administration with a local firm, George Temple said he would finance $200,000 of remodelingat Supt. Temple admitted the rock throwing incidents in second degree.
building (told USa) on north Brown, Inc., to maintain for recommend advertising that Starke and Southside Ele- bus system is budgeted shortcoming, saying the Lake Butler on July 16 has Under suspicion by the
Temple Avenue. The budget $5,000) the equipment which "it's asinine" to say the school mentary Schools plus some $144,680, including salaries, school staff is moving in the brought a warning from Sheriffs department are six
will be advertised Aug. 8 and has proven so troublesome at board is going to raise taxes. $885,171 in new construction at four new buses, and gasoline, direction of being able to Sheriff John Whitehead as to juveniles who are suspected of
(linally approved, for sub the middle school. The total school budget, Bradford High School and etc. Food service or) cafeteria supply actual cost figures by the penalties that may ensue taking part in two separate
mission to Tallahassee, on The new budget is also pro- actually a combination of four Bradford Middle School. The costs are budgeted at$331,752, next year when the new state upon conviction for such an rock throwing incidents that
lug 15.Huge. mulgated on the basis of a budgets, will be close to capital outlay funds include though Supt. Temple is far required cost accounting offense. occurred in Lake Butler on
as it is, the new budgets 6.3373 mill ad valorem tax $6,837,406, although Supt. $2,000 for a new concession from uncertain that will keep system will have been In- July 16 about 11 p.m.
I described as very tight by levy some .8 rn ills higher than Temple emphasized the stand at the football stadium. the lunch program in the stalled. New computer equip- Sheriff Whitehead said thata The automobiles of A.
Supt Temple. It shows a Tax Assessor Gene Long's recommendation budget presented Tuesday The fourth and final school black. Food service ended ment is being purchased to person could receive a DeArmond and Donnie
reserve fund of some 125000. rollback figureof night is "just a work draft, the budget is contracted some $40,000()( in the hole last implement the cost accounting sentence of up to fifteen yearson Connors were hit by the flying
A reserve of about $130.000 5.497 mills which the board first one." Within that, the programs, which is state and year. Board members in system. conviction. Rock throwingor rocks while traveling on SU-
was cut $6,200 Tuesday night approved two weeks ago.It school operations budget federal funds the county dicated Tuesday night they I ( any object thrown into al> 121 near the railroad crossing.

when the board, upon teacher will be sometime today
insistence approved $1.50 per (Thursday Aug. 1)) before
child for field trips. The Supt. Temple expects to learn Teachers Fight For Field TripsA
reserve could go down still from the State Department of Will ServeBreakfast
further if the board Tuesday Education the latest state
approves $20,000() )( for a high estimate of the county's local Queen
school Reserve Officer required effort. He expectsthe concession made by the !Mrs. Pat Spengler cited Temple pointed out that
Training Corps (ROTC now figure to be $679.281, the school board Tuesday night expense money of travel for $20,000 per year was drained
up for approval next Tuesday.Also amount that 6.2373 mills would added $1.50 per pupil to class- the board members and from his budget for trips and brazier.
up lor approval Tuesdayare raise. If so, that would be an room supplies to be used for superintendent and staff as someone else should have to
changes in the board increase in local property educational field trips. contrasted with children's pay for them. 1401 N. TEMPLE
policy book. taxes of $81,216 over the Supt. Jim Temple stated trips. Final approval of $6,200 to
The ROTC program would $589,065 the school board that his recommendation is no Temple replied that his be added to classroom money STARKE 964.8911Starting
earn KTE funds as a regular received in property) taxes last money-from the operational travel money had been cut to provides money for each child
class: and could become self- year. budget should go to fund bus $1,000 per year and other in the school system to make
!supporting if enough students Since it is the state tellingthe trips of any kind, including spending for staff travel had one trip of around 100 miles
take part. 100 students wouldbe local school board to raise athletics and educationaltrips been curtailed. round trip.Athletic Mon. Aug. 5 6 -10 A.M.
required to keep the Army taxes. Temple says he has an Chairman Seeber Goodman trips were not con- ,
interested in the program. opinion from the State Department :Mrs. Carole Shields, fifth said that he had learned much sidered by the change and no
Board Member Rodney Hall of Education that grade teacher at Hampton from the trip to St. Petersburg money was provided. Ticket
-.aid. The program was the local board will not be Elementary, called the cut representing the board and sales will apparently be the Home Cooked Breakfast
pushed by Hall veteran required to advertise the detrimental to the child's edu- thought the money for source for income for the bus
\officer in the Florida !National increase. The Governor has cation. The trips made by the members was worthwhile."If expenses for athletics.
Guard. He got help this week requested an opinion from the school may be the only oppor- your trips are beneficialto Temple suggested that fund
11"001'oTech Director Billy Attorney General on that tunity for children to see you, how can you respondby raising projects could be
Dampier also an officer in the point the superintendentadded. historical sites of interest and saying that the children's undertaken by students and Special
:National'; Guard.Eliminating other educational places. trips should not be funded?" parents to pay for drivers, gas
"free" bus "If we have to advertise (tas She told of a" trip to St. the board was asked. and mileage.
trips and inclusion of the required by a new state law) Augustine with last year's
ROTC program were major we'll buy a whole! page in your class which capped a unit of 3 City Races... Chamber Board
points ot discussion during the paper with a picture of the study on historical events in
two nights' work although the Capitol on it and a finger Florida. Only 4 of the 60 (From Page 1)) Meets 1 Egg Grits Bacon Toast
TodayInitial -
items are minor in terms of pointing to it, "showing it's all children had ever seen St. Harold Epps, 39, has been a -
money in the huge spendingbill on the state, Temple expressed Augustine, Mrs. Shields said. Starke resident for the past 20
Monday) night. Board Member Rodney Hall is plans for the 1974 Calf
years now employed as Scramble will be related to the &
.. .. responded that he had not comptroller at Combined Jelly
..... ... Qc
-------------- ------ Board of Governors of the
------------------------------ seen the ocean until age 19 and Support Maintenance Shop at
supported the need for field Camp Blanding, where he has Bradford Chamber of Com
DeWitt (Thursday Aug.
C. Jones trips. worked since 1956. He is a merce today
Deputy Supt. W. L. Kil- member of the Florida 1)) at a 12:15: p.m. luncheon
patrick explained that the !National Guard for the past 18 meeting in the Garden

Funeral Home mean recommendation trips would did not be years Church, Madison, Volunteer Street Baptist City Restaurant.Operation of the Bradford ALSO New At Dairy
:Mental Health Center will be
STARKE PHONE S64-62OO prt'hibited.Ioney: for the Fireman and member of
trips will have to come from Starke Police explained to the Chamber
RENTAL Auxiliary. Epps
HOSPITAL EDS.WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS each supply school money he said.provided to has spent his past 18 years in board Lennon,by director Dr. William of the unit.J. Queen I IGuaranty % BeefHamburgers
administrative work which he
ft: CRUTCHES The 1974 calf scramble is set
At that point Temple was
believes will help him in
for October 12, with initial
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS accused of cutting
money duties on council. Epps is
going directly to the childrenand married to the former Joan plans well in hand by
PHONE 473-3176 Chairman George Huggins,
adding to administrative Silcox. They have two
the Chamber office has
operational spending. children, Bobby. 9, and
Angela, 7.Glover .
is of
president-elect - -
the Chamber of Commerceand .. . .. .. .. .. .. I
FRANK WILLIAMS has served on the Board of r.

Governors for two years. He / Federal'sStarke's
was on the Chamber board
WAS prior to being transferred to .
Brooksville and supervise the I Office
building of a new Holiday Inn t
: there last year. Upon com- 'tfJ fUJti\
pletion of the Brooksville Inn ,
.'s. Glover was transferred backto : '"

.* 1. Helping reinstate capital punishment Chamber Starke post.and resumed his :: r '" W wOOW

2. Helping bring more state dollars to Charles J. Scheafer in- I .
cumbent Group 5 com-
educational system missioner, is completing his I
first term. He gained the seat !
3. Helping bring about an additional $5,000 in a 60 vote victory over Billy

Homestead Exemption for Senior Citizens Noegel in the 1972 city elec. 4
tion."I'm making no promisesbut LtLL51F ::

Keep Frank Williams Working For you know I what's do want going the on people at the to p

city hall," Schaefer says.
Tommy Williams 63, has YOU CAN WIN. !
been a resident in Starke since
he was 3 years old left 20
years, and moved back in .
Democrats In '74 1969. Williams is a retired civil .
service employee and workedfor HOW! !

Navy Department for 23

Make Your Voice years.assistant Was when administrative retired in Participants. must register at G.F. Office to be eligible. You must be !

!Miami in 1958 and moved backto registered prior to entering catch.
Starke in 1969. Williams is .
Heard This Year married to the former !Mary

V. Williams of Memphis, Eligible Winners Largest Black Bass Bream .
Tenn., they have three
I Speckle Perch OF current/leadersin
children, all girls. He is a pt.SheDcracker
Make Your i member of the Presbyterian fishing contest:

Church.This is Williams first time in Here's What You Can Win Steve Noegel12ot. :
Vote Count: politics, "but I can straightenthem .bream
out, I betcha," stated .
------- J. E.
Williams. '* Grand Prize Electric Trolling Motor to be drawn from all entrys. 17oz.shellcrackerMrs. Chrissman/

I Prizes to be awarded in savings accounts I
Co. Budget...
Plan Now To Attend Frank C. Clark
(From Page 1) BASS 1st Place "-00 per pound for largest fish 10-poundbass.

The Rallies In Your recommended in view of the 2nd Place $1.50 per pound for 2nd largest fish .

fact that the work of the BREAM 1st Place $1.2S per ounce for largest fish .
zoning board was continuing 2nd Place $1.00 per ounce for 2nd largest fish
CommunityFirst toward consolidation and
; inclusion of the municipalitiesin 1 SHELLCRACKER 1st Place *'." per ounce: for largest fish I
the future operations of the 2nd Place $1.00 per ounce for 2nd largest fish
zoning board. -
The original budget requestof SPECKLE PERCH 1st Place $1.25 per ounce for largest fish
; Rally Keystone reduce board for $35,190was 2nd Place $1.00 per ounce for 2nd largest fish .
to $30,890. which .
included $24,300 for salaries:
Heights Zoning Director, $11,000, I Fish may be weighed at Suwannee Store, Bush's Tackle Shop SAVINGS I
Building Insprctor, $8,500, INFORMATION
Secretary, $4,800 and other Mi" Annual Annual
operational expenses $6,590. ._ No duplicate winners Tu. of Account lnv.itm.nt' Mm Tarm .at* Viald, .
AUr 1O except for Grand Prize
5Ia: P.M. pat.bon.lavings, Nona Non 111 'KJM 117'11'"
Naw .
: Approved at last week's Now Cvhl Carllficat, "1.000 0 Ywl '%! t J '%.!
cat.1,000 I ,
a 10
meeting was the revised (Employees. a Dependents of G.F. Not Eligible to Win) New N.w Cartlficata, ".000 n'', wan 4M9%.", a/I n '1i!55 .
Keystone High School Stadium budget of the Bradford County I Cartlflcafa. 11,000Y.ul t so '*! I t.
Civil Defense unit
which had Wh.n tarnlngi an allowad to compound dally; I
been reduced from the -A

State & Local Candidates Will Be On Hand To the original revised request amount of of$52.330 34740.to GUaranty Federal I 'Ub".ft"all".r.withdrawal,"on penalty cortlllcato u required punsSavings lor tarly -

Present Their Platform & Answer Your QuestionsFood The revised amount approved and loan Association -
by the commissioners Included 1loM

Will Be Served Director$15,960,$9,000,for Secretary salaries, The Friendly Savings = ..

$5.400 and Janitorial, $1,560, m" o /
Sponsored By The Clay Co. Democrats with other operational costs Centerl EQm IOUSIMG i .
amounting to $18,780, including \: LENDER :
Committee For Good Government
chase of$11,000 surplus for property the pur .. . .. . IPagt' . .1J



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EX.--R Ex.-.rRA... I E ,I

By Elizabeth Givens Walker I I d'N GREEN STAMPS i I I dw GREEN STAMPS I I dN I I tki

Summer school for adults 1I

will the summer close at the term.end All of July persons for ,l $00 to $99 ', IJ'JI $1000 to $1499 I( $ : I IT : ,

attending have expressed an ben O.. c.P.. heel,. I .,....w.e, ", r M.s I.-,, I
informative and enjoyableseason. t COUPON OOOO THRU AUO f L c:7: = ; COUPON : ,
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interested adultsare
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invited to register for the
tall term in August. Drivers i )
education, sewing, basic
and subject one
courses any ,
be offered. For
information call 5)64-6150) ( ?, / FULL CUTBONELESS TyF
(+ ; $



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:OI-B\'I'Io\II'\; : :: :: .
Limit 1 with $7.500' mere purchase excluding cigarettni.SAVE
\ Seaman APPl'l'lIliceI
I i in I "i Strong/ son ot :\Ir and
\hnfisStrong" I ol Law Icy' SHANK 79
41 I .iduatod I from recruit SAVE $
u.uiimuiit!' / iheNa\al Training PORTION
(fiilor in Ti4aiido), He BUTT 60c 68
iwiMM'd nine weeks (of[ in- LI. J#
'ICMMVIinstruction in PORTION 13\( \ 32oz.
MMmnnship.! small arms LB.
''rainin .\. lire lighting\, close La, LB.
nrdor drill tin t aid. anc _
\.ival histor\ >'.

\ \.\(' ':\IEJ-'I1\Ci: : SWEET BLEACH

The regular monthly : BACON RfiORAii iST CLOROX
hiding i \ ol I the Urudlord
(County ;NAACP; will be livid at
H p.in. Tiifhda.v. Aug( B, at Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigt.
:Macedonia Baptist Church
Law Il'Y.11 interested citizens SAVE 59 SAVE
an* Invited\ to attend $
('..IIIl'I1'lElllli: : : ,; 1LB.9 La.
A county community OVEN ,
meeting will be held :Monday --
night. Aug. :3, at St John's READY
Baptist! 'hurch lawIcy', All -1 LB. JUG
II1h'rl'ooIt'lIl'ililens are muted
'to attend


held The 11 Chandlers lanuly "and"CUnllII'on Royals Club. Steak . LB. $179 Shoulder Steak LB. $159 Gatorade I 3 Sr:L; 88c Pork Roast 0 0 LB.88c

.... W 0 BRAND PUREGround .
(Pity, with approximately\ : 100( ) Beef 3 $269 18.01.
Liuehls! uIII'ndll1g.l'r: >one pKG Chuck Roast 0. LB' 98C Sauce . 3 ITLS. $100 I . LB. 68C
rportcd a

\ Strip Steaks o. LB. $168 Ham 'As' $159 Pork & Beans 5 'CANS. $100 1 Turkey Roast .4 PKG.LB: $2>99
:Mrs, ('Ol'il'nt'Ic'l'ul: ;; has as
house /guestsIr.: jmd :\".s.IIIIII'S BANQUET FRIED 10 OR MORE PIECES FULLY COOKEDChicken
Kailord ol Lake I llc-len BEEF TOP BONELESS I 12.o:. 79C Gr. Fruit Juice 3 .6'01, $100 2 & $199
:Mrs :Mamieestot[ Jackson- Round Steak LB. $168 . I PKG. CANS 0 0 0 :
'III,'. :\Illllllout.h[ ( ol 1 UctundI > QUARTER LOIN SLICED KRAFT 1000 ISLE HORMEL CANNED
.1 I luster! sister" and husband. 19 LB
\lr. and :Mrs. Wilbur .Iuck"un T-Bone Steaks LB. $189 Pork Chops LB. $1 Dressing . 3 *. $1 Hams . 3 CAN. $399
nl Daytona Bl'uchII's:
dloria;( Graham and daughter:

I'lerce li-\! iind :Mrs. \\'.II, talker ORANG'JUICE
bad its weekend gUl'slll's.: -
Kllu:: Jackson' : ol Daytona l -
I licacb.:

(HCHNKUS: $ thrifty.d lhtilt r, Me td r SAVE
Ml. Mnii.ili lulled $
Mcllnxlisl('hlll'l'h. llv\' \\illie 25 1 17e 3Oe
.1,11, pastor" C'hurch Sihool. III 5 Vl 99..
"i \MthSupl t. Len Ik-Sue in
i IMI!ge.: l.o\e frost t !service t II 16-oz. 1aMAT0E! 16oz. 6oz.
.1 m I Communion at :.1 1 p mI'.ible CANS CANS CANS
I: Class 'is held each
I'uosdas! night al 7:111:: \\edm'sd.iv -
night Prayer :Mevtmit.i .
II i: p m. .members I ) are asked JUMBO BOUNTY RIPE JUMBOPAPER

"to K tiMties please l'CKlpl'rall'Ith all SANDWICHESWESTERN I
( Inn(.i'cater'Ii. Ja.sperilliams. F.\\. ill li.iplist 015

pastor( \\omen'sla> activity
uas: a !success! and I the pastor:
.iiul ollicicals are /gratelul to SAVE SAVE .
all who usslsttd.Ceekly: I ,

Choir-.el-Mces and begin:No\i ::1 i Ushers with Tim Board Tot 2 10' 8 8 f 31c 2
11I1'1'1 ingIond: ,,>' night '
'Thursday! night I the Ladies "\ 12PK. -
('nclewill meet. Friday night. ROLLS VIII-, PKG. FOR
Ih'ayrr" Hand Saturday at II .
I p in monthly Sundas :'school 1
le.uhers 1II1'l'Iillg1,11, he twld.
Sunday: actiMt.v! will begin( .
with ::0.111111.1cl1eKII at H :.11)) THRIFTY MAID VIENNA! THRIFTY BEEF OR TURKEY
Moriiuig" \\orship; at II Inlantli.iptism 3 01 Juice o 48C 10 & 88C I $ 00IB.
29C98C f.RtfJtoes. I
Dinner will be Sausage . CAN 0 CAN Pot Pies. . '-IPIES 1
scr\cd at t2:311.: League atI SAVE! lOc CRACKIN' GOODSaltines
p m Evening; Scmce., (> p.m. LB Tomatoes . 38C
New: Hope Baptist fhurt-h. Rice . . 3 PKG, .0 .2 gas. 88cU S. No.1 CALIFORNIA Limeade . 7 Ss. $100

:Sunday School 10 a nt with 6-oi $ 0068C 10ei.PKGS. IB. 38C
Pastries S8cannes
:Supi James Diggs in charge: Cat Food . 6 CANS' ] 0 . 2 : HOOD Layer Cakes 299C:' :
:Morningorship[ at II Allernoon SOUTHERN BISCUIT SAVE! 17c DIXIE! DARLING FAMILY 32-0
service. 4 pin Flour 5 LB. Bread 3 p VES $100] Orange Juice 3 CTNS. 88C SAVE SOc SALUTO. 3301

isitors: always'. welcomeiip "_ UG 0 SAVE! 60c JIFFY TURKEY SALISBURY.CHICKEN VEAl, MEAT LOAF OR Party rizza . ,KG,' $249

(pastor liuri-li.Senior Hev.( Choir B C. rehearsal Williams . "CAN. 99c Hot Dog Rolls 3 AS. 88C Entrees . 3."' 99C Potatoes CRINKLE CUT FRENCH. FRT. 2 3.i", $100

and Tuesday 1 Ihrid night before the lust ... ._.....-.................... ... .-...-.-.-.................... .. ,....-.... .-......-.......-.... .....-.....---.......... ......,,.............-.......-....-. .
Sunday Sunday
School lo a.m. Lo\eleast ori EXTRA, ; EXTRA ; EXTRA ; '
.ervice. It u.m Communionwill I I I I ( ( I I I EXTRA
be given "llhe 3iU: : ser- / WITH .1r1r.I1 t.Y10.N.C..MI Of WtTM MIWWAP4I COUPON IIIII..M./ WITM IHW*Ar l tOvrOM / VUOCMAMONI M WM.LM.M 1.Y11-.M h M.N M
I 1 WITH Mtn *ft* COWPOM A.11e..M M
\'iceltnni'cr, o / ONE! Id-o/. PKO. 1 ,
Leroy Davis pastor Marie Dressing Fish Sticks Corn Dogs ; Bounty Towels Jolly Pops '
Bible Class and Prayer tG1; GOOD THRU AUG. 7 fwS: GOOD THRU AUG. 7 i GOOD THRU AUG. 7 1 i GOOD THRU AUO. 7 : GOOD THRU AUG. 7 .
:Meeting Thursday right No. 32.. NO. 33 ; No. 54 .,,. .. .. ,
Sunday School 9:43. Morning .._ .._._._. ... .. .T*.OI.| .IOC.*.* WIN.. ... .... .. .._.. ... ....fOtlt. .total..wtMMMHf... ... At ewe i WIMM otait ?.1 ? 111 No. 35 ...eo.l -... /
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vice.Worship 7 p at m. 11.Starting Evening Monday Ser- ':'rEXTRA r ; EXTRA EXTRA ; EXTRA : EXTRA

night alter the lirst Sunday. ::1 Jf*(. GREEN STAMPS I JfL..GREEN STAMPS I I dh( ..GREEN STAMPS! I I Afi GREEN STAMPS I I J."Jl( GREEN STAMPS ;
Aug. 5. Kev. Davis will con twvr M CO M9M VUKMAM Oi .nM 1411.W M 1 I Ah .n1 .1'' .rN l.-M AIM 11..11 / .MI.w .M 1..IM-. w1N.11 M / ..... ...--. -A,1.IWt .N
duct a revival in Gainesville ::1 ONE CAP''''w .NV BRAND 1 1 ONE 2101.nfecta-S SPRAY /1 UNDO THREE- FROST 3-ot. PKOS.CHIPPED I 1 ONE MORMEl CUM II // ONI MB. CUP /'
lor Hev. S.J
nt 1 Sliced BonoUss Ham SUFERBRAND CREAMED /
/ Meat
New Bethel Baptist t'hiircli. / GOOD THRU AUG. 7 I F.'.2 GOOD THRU AUO. 7 i LT: GOOD THRU AUO. 7 ; Cotta 9I CheesePage8

Hev Leroy Davis pastor NO No 57 .,. N O. 58 .v .... ,.. / N u, 3V ..y......... .... ., I GOOD THRU AUG 7
seal. r >
Class Prayer at 7:30.Meeting Sunday and services Bible oll....._._.. .... .. .-.....,...._. ......... .. ..?. .... ... .../......... ..............Ollll..-.... /...-_.---....--.-.............. I.....-....NO....O...........-.........,_....;."..... .

:School will conclude at 10 u with.m Sunday mW= (0000( !) 0 QOQE(!J J E l5



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Page 10 TELEGUAPII August I, 1911 t '. .t,, ."" .18"... .'":",",",'4- This Weekend

: ;:.=,, :'t-.. ., t. The Men and Women's Open 11:15: p.m. Admission will be
r I Ir -o -... I
I YellowBirds Jj :.:: .1'' Slow-Pitch District II Softball SI
Money for the trophies for
r..... Tournament will be played at
I Westside Park August 2-4, the Women's tournaments
t c'Tp r.:. i 4ru hosted by Norman's Farm. was donated by Bret andJerry's I
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I Athletic House of '
J will be
yIs6 11 area teams
t Starke, TerwiIlegar Motors of
Women's Nor-
competing: -
Win 1/I man's Farm, Comets of Starke, Dave Shuford'sService
Satellite Beach, Inland Station of Lawtey,
Equipment of Leesburg, Stork Noegel's 301 Liquors, Good- ,
S. man's Service Station of I,
Stars of Ocala, JohnsonIlayesof
Tuesday afternoon the ,; ., Gainesville, and The Sting Starke, Guaranty Federal of
x: "Yellow Birds," Starke girls J I : of Orange Park. Men's Starke and Buddy Bishop of
recreational softball team, Defending Champs-Green Starke.
won its third straight game 116 ey I + Machine, Cunningham Gulf, The winner of the Women's
t ,L.r,:: ":- against Lake Butler at Pratt 1r Casa Decor of Ocala, Clark tourney will proceed to the i
::7M.. .- Street ball field in Starke. and flirt of Osteen, Surveyors State in Panama City Aug. 9-
The Yellow Birds, ages 10- of Macclenny, and W.W. Gay 10.
1-1. are undefeated with a of Gainesville. Winner of the 'Women's
record of 3-0, winning against The men and women's State tourney will proceed to
Janice Jo'kl'l puts all her pO\\I'r into her swing for a double Luke City 14-5 and 7.6, and games will alternate when Regional in Jacksonville, Aug.
for the Stinkt' Yellow nirtl' a' they defeated lake Butler IIti Luke Butler 116. dl 's 4iy game time starts (Friday night 1719. Champions of Men's
TUl'otllY aHt'ruooli.Make The Starke Yellow Birds b at 7:30: to see the Comets vs. State tourney will proceed to
played a strong defense in the Stork Stars. Norman's Farm Hegional's in Satellite Beach,
lop of the first to hold Lake vs. The Sting will play second Aug. 1-19.
Butler scoreless, but in the Regional winners for the
Starke Yellow Birds go undefeated 3-0 In early softball play. Pictured: (I-r) first row: Donna game at 8:45: p.m., Green
bottom Starke played offense Janice Jockel, and Uhomla Griffis. Machine vs W.W. Gay will women will proceed to the
Samons, pbbie CoUralit' Tt't'na Norman Sharon lIobbs
It to three for 3.0lead. National in California
score runs a tourney -
Happen head the Men's league at 10
Top row: Tammy Brown, i\1t'rrl Ormsbt'e, Tracy George, Nancy 11cNeal, Teresa lIobb', and p.m. as Cunningham Gulf vs. Aug. 3D-Sept. 2. Men will
Lake Butler scored one run Sherry .ohagpn. Clark and ]1I1rt will follow at proceed t to York, Penn.

in the top of the second. Starke .. .. .
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not score maintained a --------------
two run lead of 31. Lake
Butler came back and scored
Iwo more runs in the top of the Union Sawyer SladeI.ias i

m 0U (] third to tie the game 3-3. ,
The Yellow Bird defense j I

fourth became inning stronger and no during runs were the County : & Air Canditianin

House Of scored for Lake Butler. Starke
swung hot buts as they scored
seven/ runs off of nine hits for a Sports
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seventh and final inning, Lake :
Butler scored its last Iwo runs,

Your Vote For Strong & Starke for a loss Yellow of tl-6 Birds.against the First half //A Heat

The Yellow Birds got a total /
Effective Leadership of 11 runs off of 17 hits. Next Soft Play
Thursday Starke will travel to S &Air
Lake Butler to play the girls
Andrews went
Drugs undefeated -
once again.
'Marred 14 2 mwghteraNat
6-0 in the LakeButler's
." ve of 'N e FIOr' d.. Thursday July 26, Yellow Men's
'IIIambe'' of Orange Para United, Methodist Church Birds traveled to Lake City slow-pitch Let Us Explain Our
recreational softball
.. at the
Chapman of the F,nance COmmIttee und outplayed the team 7-6, a
end of the first half.
Member of the AdmimstraUOn, BoardGraduate dose with few
of Un'vaty' a' Florida engneerong, Afterwards game the girls errors.were Haiford and First Christian Energy Saving System 0 .
School. tied for second place with 4-2
served refreshments for
Graduate of Unlye"ty, of Florida Law School records. First Baptist Is third
victorious win.Ceramics. Completely
.Pracbwng, attorney In Clay County place with a 3-3 record. RMCt
perlenced Leg slebva attorney t Reception Medical Center) in

Acts,.,ties, ,include' Clay County Ba AnoClat'on.' fourth with 2-3 record, Wor- Installed
Clay County Health Advisory Board Chaise Everyone is invited to at- thington Springs in fifth with
memtoa Clay Co ,ny Assoc anon tor the Rat"de tend the Ceramic classes, 1-4 record and Lake Butler is
I ,' Past P.rsi tent Clay COunty Cancer sponsored by the Starke sixth with an 0-6 record.' I $1,390
SoS no P IS' I', '"'"t Si.ato'r I C 1", "fembO' Recreation Department, on During the weeks play,
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.. ,' .
C ':: .n "' from 7-lOp.m. and Wednesday defeated RI\IC 10-8 to com- I I _
mornings from 9 a.m till plete the first half of the SlowI I "'+ 2 Ton System
nnnn. pitch season.
_ w The second half of the I Plus Anyt'lecessary '
season started July 29 and will
last five more weeks. Winner ( '
of the secon'i half will play the
winner of the first half in a
&: 30.An championship game on Aug Call Today For Free

open invitational slow-
pitch softball tournament is EstimateOr
being planned for labor day
weekend by the Union County

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Aug. 23.First. I

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Abie Williams, Terry HayesTo SPORTS-- ; :: 1.I|I Enjoy Dixie All-Stars Camping Tourney Set i I

Play In At Kingsley Lake Aug. 23The
Prep .
All-Star GamesTwo '.. 'Jl Friday afternoon at 1 p.m. I

Bradford High top :::::;:;:: ::;:::::;:;;:::;::::::*;:;:::::::: :::;::::,\:;:::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::\;::::;::"'-4 .:'\ .:.J for began the a Dixie weekend Youth of great All-Star fun Softball Starke Team, sponsored Junior Boys by

flight athletes, Terry Hayes Shore pion West Palm Beach North capable on the defensiveend baseball Coach Harry Hat players and the Starke the Starke Recreation
and Abie Williams, will play by five points. ," stated Hurse. cher. Bel-Med American Recreation boys from ages Department, will travel to a
their last prep game this for Williams the scored 266 points Hayes was an all-confer Green batted.350 and had 10 10.13, with a big camp-out, State Tournament in Haines
weekend at the University of 41 1974 season, averaging ence performer in 1974 runs-batted-in for the 1974 according to Bruce Tucker, a City, August 23.
Florida in the Florida North- had per cent from the floor. He although injured for four baseball season and was an all Wins Dixie YouthSubDistrict recreation leader. '' The boys, ages 13.15, will
South All-Star games. 186 rebounds, a 7.1 games. He has signed a grant- conference baseball playerthe The boys left the Pratt participate in the Florida
Abie Williams, 17, 6-4, a average.to Williams has signed in-aid to play football with the second year straight. He is Street Center at 1 p.m. to Ameteur Softball Association
steady performer for the Johns play basketball for St. University of Florida. a three-year letterman in reach their destination at State Tournament among
Bradford High basketballteam Palatka River College in Just recently star baseball baseball and was quarterbackon Camp Neyati on Kingsley other teams this weekend. If
for the past three next year. shortstop Charlie Green the 1974 BHS football team. Lake where the boys headed the Starke boys win the
seasons, was selected to play lbs.Terry /Hayes, 17, 6-5, 200 played in the North-South All- Green has signed a baseball Bel-Med Americans from American, Long, again for the water. After a tourney, they will proceed in
for the North team in the and, an outstanding tight end Star Baseball game played in scholarship with a Greenville, Orange Park won the Dixie walked two consective Starke refreshing swim, appetiteswere the National Tourney, played
North-South Florida High defensive end on the BUS June, at Lakeland. Mississippi junior college. Youth Sub-District Tour- All-Star batters, then Goodge huge and supper was in Satellite Beach, the
School All-Star Basketballgame football team, was selected to Green played a flawless nament against the Bel-Med got on base by an error on the served. following weekend.
set for Friday night, Star play in the North-South All- shortstop with three hits of "I'll bet this is the only Nationals from Orange Park third baseman, loading the The Recreation Center is
Aug. 2 at 7:30: p.m. in the University (Football game, to be five trips to the plate. Coaches school in the state to be repre- and the Starke All-Stars. bases. Miller was walked, After eating, it was dark, asking for donations for the
of Florida gym- played Saturday, Aug. 3 at of the North team stated whatan sented in all-star games in Bel-Med Americans opened pushing in a run for a 5.4 and a campfire was lighted. Junior Boys to pay for the trip.
nasium. 7:30: p.m. in the Florida Field 'Outstanding Player' hewas three sports," Coach the tourney Monday night, Starke lead. For a few hours everyone
in says Boys participating in
"Williams will play guard, Gainesville.The and were highly impressed Hurse. "It's a great tribute to July 22, against Bel-Med Starke kept up its strong played football soccer, soft- tournament are Lawrence the
and the coaches are very with his work. the kids and the at Nationals. The Americans hit defense against the ball,etc. After the boys settled Patrick
proud of Williams' hustling in 6-5, 200 pound per Bradford High.program" five home runs two of them Americans came up and down, ghost stories were told. Jeffrey Norman,
former Dinky Mike
Kilby, Kitchens
practice," states /Head Coach "will start on first line. "If all my players had been back-to-back and ran over the scored two more runs in the "The stories didn't seem to Bill ,
David Hurse. up the as coaches left defensive end, and like Charlie, we would have This is the first time for BUS; Nationals 144. bottom of the fourth to take bother the younger ones, it Chris Lundy Williams, Jerry, Lewis Sullivan Brown,
Williams are very pleased had The National team came command 74. was the older one's that ,
was a starter on an exceptional baseball to ever have three kids got Wade
with par- Winkler,
his Jackson
the 1974 BUS/ basketball team work, stated Hurse. club," stated Coach John ticipate in three all-star sportsat back to trounce the Starke All- Bel-Med came on full steamin scared" stated Bruce. Prevail
which established a 23-4 mark the"Hayes played both ends for Donati of the North team. one time and I doubt very Stars 11-1 Tuesday night, July the fifth inning, hitting two McNeal,, Jeffrey Wood Jockel, Jay
Wayne Eddie
and went to the Class 3A state and Bradford did football team Green hit 3 for 5 in five Innings much that Florida has had 23, with two National home back-to-back home runs by The boys began their day on, Akridge, Jimmy Prevatt,
tournament before being eliminated coaches a fine job. Florida of play, with no errors, many schools to have full runs. third baseman Williams and Saturday with a refreshing John Samons and ,
by eventual cham- wanted him to play scored one run, and lined out participation," stated Coach The American team faced right fielder Childers closing swim, then a man-sized Coltrane. Billy
but he is more to first base,according to BUSJunior Hurse. Starke, Wednesday night, Starke's lead to one run 76. breakfast. The boys headed
July 2-1.with a 11-8 win, as five In the sixth and final inning, back for the water came out
home runs were hit by the the Americans scored five once more for lunch and went
I PGA Golf A Round Americans and one by runs off five hits, one a home in again. Theystarted loading '
GGtfEPLTGE( Starke's Pat Mundorff. run by first baseman up around four o'clock and HOKA
Five junior goners from Tuten of Palatka fired a 36 to ; The American and National McEachern, to lead 117. returned to the Pratt Street
Keystone/Heights were among take the division cham- McCranie, LC, 57; Marty lE et'(! teams faced each other in the Starke had one last chanceto Center at 5 p.m.
the top winners in the North pionship with 83 points. Four I Shaw, S, 57; Scott Roberts, S, Championship game Thur- win the game as Mundorff Sell's More
Central Florida Junior PGA strokes back was Russell ]56; Ernie Turbyfill G, 53; sday night, July 25. The lead off the inning with a line "No ogle was hurt just one
Golf-A-Round and were Green of KH with a 40. Tim Robbie Waters, G, 52; Mark Americans walked off with the drive to center which was out rattlesnake, and the shakes
presented trophies at a luncheon Dbrtch, Lake City, beat Brett i Phillips LC, 50; Keith Shaw, title beating Nationals 6-4 of the park. Mundorff's run from the ghost stories, Trail Bikes
held after the final day Hutchings of GCS in a sudden LC, 48; Bill Ellis, LC, 44; defeat on a grand slam by was the only one scored in the seemed to be enjoyed by
of play Monday. July 29, at death play-off for second Bryan Walker, G, 37; Mark by !Neil CrawfordThe Pullen. Pullen hit three home bottom of the sixth giving the everyone" stated Bruce.
]Lamcangco, G, 29; Chris runs, most in the tourney by local All-Stars
Ironwood Golf and Country place, each ending a loss of 11-8 to Than Anyone
Club in Gainesville.In play with a total of 81 Taylor, G, 26; Sonny Thompson rain is beginning to take all four teams. the Bel-Med! Americans from
total point points. G, 24; Marty Meisner, G, its toll. I believe we can Starke took on the Eel-Med Orange Park.
standings Grabbing his fourth
Richard with an win 17; Mark Thompson, LC, 14; launch our boats anywherenow Americans last Wednesday FLORIDATHEATRE Else In
Keystone's The
,O'Donoghue took first place in Gates, Gainesville even par-72 Bob Randy Watson, G, 8. although the lakes are night,with a loss of 11-8, as six
won the 10-11 Division David still below normal. home runs were hit during the
the 9-and-under Starke's group with Barker 84 championship in the 16-17 Brown, KIl, 84; Steve Greek, Bobby Allen was voted in as game.In 301 World
points. Jay !
was second with 81 points andKeystone's matched group. Marty Kennet, GCS, KU,82; Robert Burns, LC, 81; a club member at our last
Bobby Jett was threw him Gates'into 72 which Joey Herres S, 76; Barry meeting. He will be an asset to the top of the first inning,
third with 79 points. Winner Chuck Waters a tie with Thomas,S, 74; David Nielson, the club go get 'um Bob. Bel-Med: Americans had two DRIVEIN "" "
GCS, for
G, 72 Ed Colgate, G, Our new 74-75 ,
68 secretary
for the day was sevenyearoldBilly second place total ; ; men on base and two outs Fri., Thru. Tues.
of points. Brian Thomas S, 66; Kevin Don Brown is on the Ball. If he when the American center
Gainesville, Kennett
Gray won the play-off on Riley, G,65 Reed fishes the next 12 tournamentslike
Bobby KH
; fielder, Pullen, hit a home run
19 the
stroking a ghree the second hole. II can't
,62; Chuck Bryner, LC, 15; Bob he is performing as scoring three runs. Smeltzer, Fri. Sat you
holes. O'Donoghue and Jelt Virginia White and Al Faulk of smoke it.drink. it
Ellis, LC. 12. secretary, he will be the left fielder, hit back-to- spend
came in second, each shooting Gainesville was served to One girl,Sonya Romine LC, "trouble." back home run after Pullen r or love it. forget it. HODAKASAtIS

20.David Brown of approximately their 75 boys and played by herself and got the I would like to thank each of for a Bel-Med American 4-0 BOY,HAVE

won the over-all Keystone cham- completion parents of play.following Monday. maximum 84 points.9andunder the done.73-74 officers for a job well lead, on three hits.Starke's WE GOT A II SIRVICI d
Division 8I,0
pionship of the 10-11 division Pro Herb Herres first batter, center VACATIONFOR /
program Richard O'Donoghue KH, 84 I've talked to most of the fielder '
; Dwayne McBride, was y YOU...
scoring 84 Steve chairman,
Greekof of
Kll Starke, Jay Barker,S, 81; Bobby Jett, club members about the 74-75 hit by a pitch. He took first NOW IN STOCK
was second with 82 presented trophies to the KH. 79; Tom Ellis LC, 78; season, all of them seem to be base and proceeded to steal a e
and Robert
Burns of winners.
points Andy Hirko, LC, 78; Billy enthused and excited. second. The Bel-Med
Lake pitcher,
City was third with 81 Pro Herres announced that JAWA
Gray, G, 21.David We plan to have an added McEachern, then walked five ..
points. Low round for the day the top four players in each attraction at the end of the 74- consective batters
was shot by Brown's 40. Four division will compete in 75 season. No definite plans three for walking CALIFORNIASTREET
runs Starke
strokes back was Burns ith a divisions against Jacksonville have been voted on yet but the closing
score 43.
44.Rock junior champions at a tournament Booth the club will probably vote to Starke BIKES
Mulchings, Green to be held at Willow take the top six fishermen at defense in played "strong
{tCoveSprings, shot an W)on the Lakes in Jacksonville Aug. 22 Top Rifelmen the end of the 74-75 season and second allowing the only top of one the of I'iii'ilG PANAVISION'MeTROCOLO" A Pt t.. rratluConn 11See & 12Sce
t Hast day for a win in the 14-15 at 9:30: a.m. have a classic. These six the American MOM'4tit' canton' ) A..oc.a..onc..o.Wl'h :;:: ..
division. Matt Herres of Final standings in points players to get COLOR
David Booth, 15, grandsonof compete on base. In the bottom of the .starke and Mike Logsdon of were:
against each other for
a prize,
second, American
"KM each were second with 16-17 Division Bob Gates, Mr.andMrs. M.W. Cresslerof which has not been announcedas pitcher, Fri. Sat.Sun. .
Starke, has become one ofAmerica's Long,walked three consective Fri. Thru Tues. 400 GRAND PRIX
82's. All three juniors were G, 84; Many Kennett GCS, of yet. batters, ,
tied for the over-all championship 81, Chuck Waters GCS, 81, top riflemen by the As I have stated, "Make no Starke's; Pat loading Mundorff the bases. GREGORYPECK '
at the completionof Mike Nicholson, G, 79; Jimmy National Rifle Association. small plans for the 74-75 by a pitch, was in Bill hit MOTOCROSSERSpecial
with White, G John Skidmore Booth was awarded the pushing
play 81 points each. 73; season. Make plans to be at Goodge to tie the 44.
Logsdon ran into trouble on Palatka (P), 71; Phillip {Distinguished Expert Medal, Lake X for the classic. In the bottom of game the third .
the second hole of the sudden Gerlach, LC, 69; Scott Foster, highest rifle qualificationaward I understand Dwayne Alday ,
death play-off and was GCS, 69Tim; Riley, G, 67; in the nation. has a new Ranger Boat, say's 1973 V*
awarded third place. Herres Steve Kerker, GCS, 67; Kevin To join the country's select he is gonnc. be in the classic SO) HUNTING SIGNS: For
won the play-off against Misamore, P 65; Kevin I group of high ranking next fall, go get those Hawgs, sale and rent signs. The Office 350 HONDA
Hutchings when he parred the Jones, G, 56; Barry Henry, :marksmen Booth had to shoot Dwayne. Shop.armor.
par-5 number 3 hole while LC 53; David Livingston. P, hundreds of targets over a .
Hutchings bogied it. 40; Brett Cole, KH. 39; John I Io'earney period of several months and Put --=i/2 'BILLY IMMACULATE
In the 12-13 group Billy ( G. 36; Ed Watts, 4 climb through 14 lower MAC
Starke (IS), 35; Greg Faherty, C qualification NRA ratings. =- : United Artists T Y $775
4 G. 33; Sid Hale, GCS, 29; The new distinguishedexpert I A COIUJ
/ 1lartyIurray! ,GCS, 18; Steve : shooter is a member of The worriers of Borneo wore I i made of fish scales. r I H E A E motorcycles Full tin. off, Hod..'.0_.Our.* Chaparral O,*Cares'

Herman, KH, 16; Bobby I North.the Shooting Stars of the Far warded No doubt off it their not only protect them from blows, but LNIE car and all Mim-Bika make and. Parti mud.i.STARKE A acc.drl.a,. .)
Patterson, S, 13; Jimmy enemies. Mon. Tues

Thompson, LC, 11; David ____ _______ _w. CYCLE
Leechorn G, 11. v5-T--:5-!: "Truck Turner" :Samuel Mal Baer Z AHiofl production presentsa St.

14-15 Division Matt Herres, Macon County Line CENTER
S. 81; Rock Hutchings. GCS, PLUS
color by CFI an American International, release 207 N T.mplo Stark.
81. Mike Logsdon, KH, 81;
Donald Johns, LC 79; Dudley "Slaughter" &r, ra "AnotherPlaceAnolherlime"R 964.6020
A.k Cason, LC. 78; John Knight, fr "- composed and sung by Bobbie Gentry
LC 78; Buddy Doerr, G. 73; J. T. PARRISHFOR
Wesley Hale, GCS, 72; Keith
Charley Kirker, GCS, 69; Donnie
Singleton. KH, 65; Dave R
E.John.. Greek, KH, 62; Joe Limpert, MEMBER OF
G, 62; Andrew Bednarek, G, &
61. Harry Shore G, 58; Will
(Frazier, G. 56; Timmy :
Russell, LC 54; Randy SCHOOL BOARD
Waldron. LC 54; Tim Setzer .
< "
About This Question: LC. 54; Tim Courtney, G, 53;
Timmy Knight, GCS 52; Jay "I:
"I 1 might have known my Huddleston, LC, 48; Rick DISTRICT 5 ,

boy would lose that school Shumaker, G, 45; Keith tftt center
Instrument lie forgot it on Engle. G.38; Van Dunn P. 36; family
Denmark, LC 34
Steven ,
the bus, and it's just gone. Campbell Tucker, G, 33;; Family man with three school age children :, w=

Would musical instrument Vince Taylor, G, 22; Mark Farmer and BusinessmanI --

theft insurance or accidental covering damage loss, G:Moore, 19; Lee G, 19 Casey; Bob, S Shumaker, 18; Croy promise to handle situations and problems of the school boardto 0(13aJlr( [ ( fD i VQL(! iJL]($

Coins G, 11. the best of
have cost less than 1% of my ability.
12-13 Division Billy Tuten, SHOPPING
the value from the Charley P, 83; Tim Dortch, LC, 81; U. S. 301 Starke. Fla.Open
E. Johns Agency." Brett Hutchings, GCS 81; /J Appreciate Your Vote and Support. CENTER .

Russell Green KH, 80 Mike ---- -- ...
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-- Mon Wed 9 To 8. Thurs. Sat 9 To 9. Sun 12 To 6
,{iley, G, 75; Mark Tuttle,
E. ';C5,74; Donald Davis P, 68;
Charley Jeff Wetherington, GCS, 66; ammJANDpffiITOOOFURNITURE.] [
JOHNS AGENCY Robert Mauldin, p,64; Jimmy See Our SHARKSvs
Reed KH. 62; Kelley Lowery, r
Mark Blakewood, LC
131 SO. WALNUT ST LC 61; .
liO; Bruce Green, G, 59;
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Terry Farm Reedy Forester :; 1 '1 ':i

Getting The Cart '" .

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Before The Horse My wife and I spent Sunday .or :
afternoon walking about the .
1'I', i
University of Florida campusin : '

Gainesville, examining the \ ; \
The mysteries of city budget.making 1", a cool $190,799, without taking into myriad trees and shrubs that I & i

are sometimes quite bewildering consideration any future price increase' ,1 are able north to and grow central in Gainesvilleand Floridaas L i

presenting a picture of placing horse- which more than likely will be made. well. In protected areas of

before-cart that is wondrous to behold. With no provision for financing this the campus can also be found Complete Resident TrainingThe
additional expense consumers may trees and shrubs that are

For instance at the Council's mid-July expect an even greater deficit next year, more common in south
Florida where Division of Corrections has announced that (I.r -
severe frost Florida
meeting the Commissioners could hardly and the 35 cent surcharge that we
per Paris Bennett Melvin
will not damage their growth. ) Wilbur Rogers, Amos Crawford,
wait to go on record approving a rnillage are now paying will be small in comparison Briley. Alvin March.Jr..John McWilliams and Larry Wynn
rate of 3.39 mills the amount certified to unless the commissioners face The University campus is who are employed at Florida State Prison, have successfully
them by County Tax Assessor Gene the facts.A beautifully decorated: with completed an intensive 160 hour resident training program In
Long as the figure required to producethe greenery throughout. It t is Correctional Administration, Correctional Operations and
the wail of protest came several weeks t quite obvious that with the Human Relations at the Correctional Training Institute in
same amount of tax money on
first l which
buildings were Raiford.
from irate electric
one consumer
new assessment roll as was produced by ago constructed on the site came
mills the old who said it was a "crying shame" that the intent
last year's levy of 7.187 on to preserve as muchof
roll. the electric user was called upon to bear the native vegetation as

the entire burden of increased costs of possible. Many old longleaf Wf
PhotograpllyAward County Agents By
At the same meeting a 10 per cent city government operation and called pines are found around the V I
"across the board" salary and wage upon the commission to spread the campus. You can also find Bobby '% mt m/** *
K. E. Nicholson general manager of Olan Mills School many large live and laurel
increase was authorized in the burden among all the taxpayers. The Division, presents Chuck llutclieson (right) with the first oaks. Some of these trees I
preliminary figures for the city's new time to do that is at the beginning of the place award in Effective Close-up Photography.Chuck could have easily been there Taylor

budget for fiscal year starting October 1. budget year after a critical examinationof from the school's beginning. : .. S--.
It was estimated that the salary increase the total cost figures have been won in competition with 91 other photographersfrom We also observed some large
Southeastern states Chuck spent one week at a photo- sycamores and sweetgum as Being interested in beef considered to successfully
will cost some $60,000 and would use compiled and then face the facts
up graphy seminar In Camp Kanuya in llemlersonville. North well as some magnolias of cattle and knowing the valueof establish and efficiently grow
the amount raised by about two mills on realistically and provide the necessary Carolina, June 811. great age along the edge of a pasture program that clover. These are outlined in a
the city's new valuation of 29791706. income to meet those costs. one of the ponds on campus.By would produce an abundanceof winter forage Legume

Chuck son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles llutcheson of Starke is nutritious forage, one of the Production guide that is
The most remarkable part of this This year as in the past it appearsthe a senior at BUS and this Is his second year as annual staff no means is the campus most impressive things I saw available in your County
limited to the trees
action is that it was taken Council will not base its ex- photographer. landscape when I came to Bradford Agent's Office. The guide
and shrubs native to that site,
simultaneously with the millage roll- penditures on actual revenue but rather however. Over the years a County in 1963 was white covers selection such, the things need for as soil soil

back and before the Commission had -- by the old stunt of placing the cart tremendous number of about clover Christmas growing and time.blooming This testing, and the application of

even an inkling of what the city's before the horse -- will calculate ex- species have been planted showed me that with the recommended kinds and
proposed expenditures will call for in the penditures and then balance the budgetby around the campus. Most of favorable growing conditionsand amounts of limestone two to
the plants are typical of dif-
next fiscal year. With no more in- upping the amount it "expects" to ferent sites I in Alachua good management, some six months before seeding.

formation than that to guide them the receive from the sale of electric power. County. For example, the of could the soils in Bradford County and Since the suggested planting

Commissioners shut the door on a source Such a system of "balancing" the budget A SAO D.\Y. INDEED river birch and bald cypressare feed produce to 10 months grazing of the dates for clover is October 1 to
of income (the ad valorem tax) that might be expedient but it is hardly growing( on the well- year with a clover-grass November 15, you should have
left-over of a kaolin clay pit soils. These
Editor Telegraph: drained
campus soil samples taken as
would consistent with the principles of sound combination your
permit a more equitable which filled up with rain and trees are found naturally in pasture. Remember
distribution of the higher cost of financing and might lead to disastrous RE: Telegraph, July 18. drainage from adjacent lands. wet areas but can do quite The late Lloyd Green, soon"A soil as sample possible.does not cost-it,
operation of city government.Such results if the projected growth of power 1974 "Mad' Taxpayers" to I bought my lot from Mr well on drier sites if given a Marklee Starling, J.R. pays."
sales did not reach expectations. Protest High 74 Values. It'sa Guy Andrews for $475. Two chance Wainwright, Lloyd Dyal,
sad day indeed, that ALL
action naturally brings up the C.B. hutments joined togetherand Edwards, and
of Bradford Maurice The soil sample report is the
question: Where do they think the Thousands of dollars of city funds the people in Countyto to remodelled cost $3,500. On the other hand you can several other cattlemen had starting point for discussing
not speak up protest Total amount, $3,975. Now I see such trees as the bunya-
money is coming from?From the electric were paid last year for a study of all the exhorbitant increase in am assessed for $15,228 bunya and the punk tree which pasture programs that were, fertilization, varieties, in-
consumer again? Will there be another utility rates. electricity water and gas taxes on our homes and land. almost four times the initial have been introduced into the in my opinion the, as state.good They as noculation of seed land or
anywhere in seedbed
"fuel but the commission chose arbitrarily dumped upon us This must be '! southern of Florida preparation, planting
adjustment surcharge" -- possiblyas -- city not to cost. a joke portion were sold on and believed in methods! and other
much as 100 per cent in the last four follow the advice given in the rate studyat Exemption The $10,000 was voted for by If I tried to sell my place from Australia and are doing the clover because it affordeda management and utilization
well. These trees can
months of next year's budget? that time. Postponing a rate increase the people! of Florida twice and asked for $15,228, people quite grow on the campus in savings in the total annual practices
proved to be disastrous and the councilwas with their overwhelming would laugh at me and say I protected areas where they fertilization, produced
Such a prospect is entirely within the forced to tack a 35 per cent sur- support. At last it was signed was nuts. This new "full are surrounded by buildings grazing in late when winter other feed and I have several years' data
realm of possibility. The Florida Gas into law by Gov. Askew, but value" revaluation price is early spring
charge onto electricity in order to make away from the more severe shortest and most neededto from the Beef Research Unitof
Transmission Company has already ends meet this year.It the tax hogs thwarted this law adding fuel to the fires of frosts. Naturally some of the was help the brood cow produce the University of Florida
apprised the city of the severity of with a" new phrase "Full inflation common yard trees such as milk for her new calf. that proves the economic

projected natural gas shortages duringthe might be considered oldfashionedin Value. To sell my home and land: the redbud, dogwood, slash advantage of a grass-clover

coming year. During the current this era of deficit budgets, but what A firnt in St Petersburg. so- 1. I'd have to supply an pine and of camphor the most along with Since feed and fertilizer combination over a grass and-
some common or
and grass com-
the curtailment of natural would be with the council first called "experts," was hired abstract prices are high cattle ryegrass
year gas wrong Title house shrubs of north Floridaas prices are low, I think that thisis bination. In my opinion, if you
supply is 177 days and for 1975 it will be considering its expenditures for the (the cost?.??) to couldn't revalue our would 2. be guarantee demanded.insurance the pittosporum, azaleas a good time for our cat- have cattle, and land that will

curtailed for 274 days, according to coming year and then attempting to properties.local realtors Why do this work our 3. Cost of complete inspection podocarpus, and ligustrum tlemen to take a close look at grow clover, you cannot afford -
projections. What will be the city's more equitably distribute the tax This revaluation is the of my home. have been planted around the their pasture programs and, to not have clover in your

additional cost? burden' It costs money to pick up greatest slight-of-hand trick 4. Insurance fire etc. Will campus. again consider combination.the value of a cost-price program under conditions the present I'll be

garbage and trash but that service is employed so far. "Now you any insurance company insure There are various reasons grass-clover happy to discuss your pasture
According to city hall figures fuel oil see $10,000 Homestead my home for $20,000'The for planting so many speciesof
still provided with no extra charge. The There are certain production with you at any
is consumed by our municipal power power plant has supported the city for Exemption..now this devious scheme you don't.the newspapers are full of shrubs and trees on the requirements. that must be time.
By all
campus. First of it
plant engines at the average rate of years but there is a limit to how much people are led to believe that advice buyers. to prospective home provides a great outdoor

8,000 gallons per day. At the current electric rates can be raised. There is alsoa their homes and property are classroom for students in the

price of 29 cents a gallon that adds up to limit to how long the power plant will worth double, triple, or The gimmick pulled on us is fields of Forestry, Or-
$2,320 a day compared to the cost of be able to supplement the entire city quadruple in value since our like using thumb screws. Put namental Horticulture, and HOME NOTESFROM
last tax assessment. The test the pressure on until it hurts, Botany who are in the processof
natural at $353
gas per day. the need arises.
budget whenever is to put our places on the then release the pressure a learning some or all of these YOUR EXTENSION
market and see what the little so that we will settle for plants for later work in their ,, ;
For the 97 additional days that the not the horse before the {
Why put cart selling price will bring. Will the so-called: "roll-back" professional fields. Many / ECONOMICS HOMEr1.
city may use fuel oil next year the extra for a change and see if it isn't easier to we get the revaluation priceas plants have been planted for f 1 :t.

cost according to our arithmetic would pull? sent to us by Tax Assessor I wonder if properties scientific purposes. It is often ,& ''I-
Gene Long In a hog's eye! valued, before revaluation at desirable to see if a species of BY KATHY
$75,000 to$80,000 and more are tropical plant can exist in a
As spokesman for the being doubled, and being frost area or if it will bear
elderly, poor, disabled, and taxed on the same basis? fruit outside it's native range. BEYOND THE CAR WASH
I A Non-Partisan DecisionVice veterans in this community, I We put much thought, effort exterior sandy feet and
appeared before the Board of My total income is less than The tremendous variety of and money into buying a clothing carry the problem
Tax Adjustment on July 25. I $3,000 per year which is below species present will give all new car. We need to put the into the car onto the floor
used my own case as a the poverty level in our visitors to the University of same effort into keeping the and seats. Also, those drippy
President Gerald Ford did no The first article of impeachment catalyst. I have lived in country. Florida some idea of the car in good shiny condition, ice-cream cones and catsup-

service to himself or to the nation when adopted Saturday accused the Bradford County for 29 >ears What really me is the phenomenal diversity of plant especially during the summer globbed hamburgers we all
After many years of work, I gripes Your new car will soon love add to the problem of
he accused the House Judiciary Com- President of obstructing justice in the arbitrary price put on my life that exists throughout the
was able to scrabble up a little look old, weatherbeaten and
mittee of playing partisan politics in its Watergate coverup and the second money to buy two Camp property by "experts" in St. state. native Even though introduced many lose value if you neglect it. clean.keeping your car's interior

impeachment proceedings against article adopted Monday was based on Blandmg hutments, which I Petersburg without any into plants tropical or Florida don't Summer trips to the beach
President Nixon.Of presidential abuse of power in violationof joined together, using knowledge whatever of grow on.the campus due to it's expose the car to abrasive salt Vinyl upholstery and trim
secondhand lumber and conditions or situation. we and sand-laden air, which should be cleaned regularlywith
the oath of all Presidents to protectthe Senior Citizens ask for is a fair more northerly location, the
materials to make a home. damage both the car'sengine a damp cloth. Soil can
Mr. Ford's can
course statement was rights of the people under the Con shake. display reveals the fact that removed with
made before the three! days of soul- north and central Florida and its finish. generally be
stitution. The second article is con- The name "Silver Lake" is warm water and detergent or
searching debate! that brought an sidered by most observers as by far the a misnomer. It was formerly -Joe Silver Kerrigan Lake have a great botanical To protect the car from soap. For leather, rub saddle

amazing spectacle into millions of greater violation committed by the known as "Supper Pond" in diversity. these damaging winds, as wellas soap onto a damp cloth and
American homesa historic the old days. This pond is the air pollutants a car needs a apply to upholstery. Allow to
could have in procedurethat President.The ..... ... .... ... ... .. .. ... .....'........ EIITORIAL ........................................ protective layer of wax bet soak for a few minutes to
happened no
its surface and the
ween loosen dirt. Then wipe off any
country in the world. office of President has been hostile outside world. Paints residue with a clean damp
gathering more power unto itself for Congress and to avoid accountability for achieve Presidential objectives with and lacquers offer some cloth. Repeat if necessary.
As the faces and voices of little known many years but in the opinion of Abe his actions. Members of his staff power to make law rather than executeit. protection but do oxidize and Remove dust or loose dirt

congressmen came on the televisionscrel Fortas former justice of the U. S. seeking to accomplish Presidential purposes and with power to refuse to accountfor dull. A semi-annual paste wax from fabric-type upholsteryand
have used the of the Presidential acts. job or more frequent applications trim with a vacuum,
the and of Nixon's
n agony sincerity a Supreme Court, Mr. conceptionof powers of spray or liquid whisk broom or soft brush
majority of the speakers was evident. the Presidency is radically different Presidential office to plan or authorize waxes coat the car so that a before cleaning. Use a clean
With the possible exception of two or from that of his predecessors. He has not fantastic acts of lawlessness violating It was inspiring and reassuring to seea simple hosing or quick wash cloth of sponge wrung out of

three it was obvious that committee merely committed acts in excess of con- ancient and fundamental rights of the group of seemingly ordinary politi- will remove the harmful detergent or soap suds; wipe
cians, who might have been expected to substances which settle on theca and dry thoroughly.
members were not playing politics in stitutional right and authority but has people.
r. Protect the underside of
spite of Mr. Ford's unfair indictment boldly confronted the other two be more partisan than not rise unexpec- by More
car thorough cleaningmay
but were basing their decision on branches of the government with a new And Mr. Fortas warns: "The events of tedly out of the slough of self-interest to your using a strong stream water be needed if spots and

months of testimony heard behind and revolutionary concept of the the past few years teach a lesson whichwe meet a public need at the climax of a directed up under the car. Usea stains persist on fabric

closed! doors.If Presidency.In will ignore only at our great peril. great national crisis. detergent solution for a upholstery. A solvent-type or
They teach us the terrible consequenceswhich thorough washing. multipurpose powdered
the proceedings were purely the words of Mr. Fortas: can result from the exercise of "We are the people of the United Wash off bird-droppings and cleaner (foam type) is

partisan how could we explain the fact "President Nixon obviously believed unbridled power; that power exercised States" said Walter Flowers of sap from trees immediatelysince recommended.available in Both automobileand productsare

that six Republicans voted with the that he had authority to impound funds without constitutional restraint can Alabama one of the so-called Southern these, too, have a accessory stores or

Uemocrats on one article of impeachment appropriated by Congress and he did so. destroy not only our democratic political conservatives who had obviously damaging keep windshield effect.windows Be sure and to through your car manufac-

and seven on another? Some of He believed that he could refuse to carry system but our personal individual agonized over his decision to support mirrors clean. turer's parts system.

the strongest criticism of the President'sactions out programs enacted by Congress and liberty. impeachment knowing that he was Don't
forget to wash seatbelts
came from members of his own he did so. He claimed broad and final acting contrary to the wishes of many of Pay special attention to Clean only with
it is
party. authority to withhold information frommilijjF which his friends and constituents back home. as particularly
"Some of the criminal acts in vulnerable. A chrome polish detergent or soap and warm
the Nixon Administration was allegedly "But" asked Mr. Flowers "what if we may be helpful after washing. water. Be sure to check for

implicated involved violations of ancient fail to impeach? Do we ingrain forever in Aluminum bumpers shoudl be frayed when, ripped or damagedareas
9Rlt)4 cleaning and each
Cot and fundamental rights enshrined in the very fabric of our Constitution a washed with water and time you buckle up.

p our constitutional guarantees: the rightto standard of conduct in our highest office sidewall detergent tires or require soap. White a tire

p. privacy to security in our homes and that in the least is deplorable, and at cleaner or detergent suds .With summer sun and beach'air.

office to freedom from lawless action" worst impeachable?" applied with a stiff brush. treatment, your car, much requires the way special your

opia cloak of authority,
under governmental One skin does. Why make your car
BOB G FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER and we might add the right to free Thank heaven for men like Walter manufacturer leading suggests using car ,,old before] its time?

tON Publisher speech and freedom of the press. Flowers who gave the lie to the. un- detergent or soap suds water

Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Fla. under Act worthy accusations of Mr. Ford. If and a brush with soft bristles, TAKE A FLO It IDA

of March 3. 1879. "All of these acts," declares Mr. anyone has spoken with a partisan voiceit to then clean the entire vinyl top
Subscription in trade area: $6 per year: $3.50 six months Fortas "are the product of a conceptionand was Mr. Ford rather than the rinse thoroughly. OMNGEJUICEBREAK
Outside trade area: $7 : $4.00 six months.
per year
office members of House
theory of the Presidency as an the Judiciary Abrasive effects of beach
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'""- Obituaries -_- -.- Johnstown Baptists Plan Youth Revival Applications Asked Coast Guard Accepting t

A Youth Revival will startat Durrance. The song service For Rural CarrierThe
Ocala, and Lloyd Douglas
John Douglas, 85 Lake Worth, and 17 grand- Johnstown Baptist Churchon will begin at 7:30: each I
children. Monday, Aug. 5, and evening. Starke Post Office Entrance Applications :
LAKE BUTLER John continue through Sunday There will be dinner on the announces that applicationsare
Funeral held -
Douglas, 85, Lake Butler, died Saturday services in the were Archer Aug 11.The ground Sunday, Aug. 11, witha now being accepted and mIfIl::: LU 1Ji
Friday, July 26, in a Gaines- Memorial Chapel with Rev. C. Belford Singers will be basket lunch served at 1 examinations will be given to The United States Coast (SAT) prior to December 7 I,
ville hospital after an ex .F Durrance officiating heard at each service, along p.m. Everyone is welcome. establish a register of elgibles Guard Academy has announced administration. The com
tended illness. Burial followed in the Mt Zion with other special singing The church is located on SR- from which future Substitute that it is now accepting petition for appointment as
Born in Tifton, Georgia, Mr. groups. Speakers throughoutthe 121 north between Lake Rural Carrier of Record and processing applications Cadet is based on the can ;.! t
Douglas lived part of his life Cemetery week will be Doyle Bell, Butler and Raiford. A nursery vacancies in the local Post for appointment as didate's high school rank, his arU6tCQ
in Lake Butler, and was a Terry Cranford Donnie will be provided during the Office will be filled. Cadet, U.S. Coast Guard, performance on the SAT, and &.cQ
member of the Johnstown Michael JohnsLAKE Crawford, and Frank revival. Class of 1979.Applications. potential as
Baptist Church. for appointment demonstrate by his par-
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Surviving are his four --- Spec. Glisson All interested persons who must be submittedto ticipation in high school ex- Men's
Sunday -- Baptist
daughters: Mrs. Geraldine BUTLER Michael Is Promoted meet the requirements are the Director of Admissions, tracurricular activities, and Breakfast 7:30
Meeting :
Powell of Lake Butler, Mrs. Wallace Johns, 7, Jackson- SERVICE MEN BAD KISSINGEN, GERMANY urged to apply. Applicationswill U.S. Coast Guard Academy, community affairs or part- a.m.; Sunday School, 9:4Z: ,
Bessie Richardson of High ville, died July 24 in a Jack Mark E. Glisson, 1 19, be accepted until August prior to December 15. Can- time employment. Morning Worship at 11
Springs, Mrs Katy Downs of sonville hospital after an son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie F. 30, 1974 according to Post- didates must arrange to To qualify for the com- o'clock, sermon: "The Church
Lake Worth and Mrs. Geneva accident. Glisson Route master T.C. Hazen Jr and participate in the must be
1 I. Starke was College petition, an applicant Next Door to Satan's Throne"
Tennant of Palatka; three Michael attended the first I,oprr Selected promoted to army specialistfour are available at the Post Entrance Examination Board unmarried and must have Church Training, 6:15:
sons: Larry Douglas of New grade in an elementary schoolin AlbrIghtIde in Germany, where he is Office. Scholastic Aptitude Test reached his 17th but not his Evening Worship at 7:30.: ;
York. Robert Douglas ofa.6t Jacksonville. Captain Harry B. Loper has serving with the 3rd Infantry 22nd birthday by July 1, 1975. sermon: "Demons."
Surviving are his parents been selected as aidedecampto Division 22nd Annual Florida Folk Festival Set All applicants must be Monday -. Vacation Bible
Mr. and Mrs Wallace Johns of Major General Jack A. Spec. Glisson is a surveyorin assured of high school School,90'clockto ll:30a: .m.
Jacksonville, his sister Miss Albright, commanding headquarters battery, 2nd WHITE\ SPRINGS here the weekend graduation by June 30, 1975. youth Choir Practice
The before
Rita Johns; and the grand- general of the worldwide U.S. battalion of the division's 41st Applicants must have completed
22nd annual Florida Labor will Deacons Meeting, 7
Folk Day
parents Mr. and Mrs Loys Army Communications field artillery in Bad bring together three units in English
Festival Tuesday -- Bible
scheduled and
Johns of Lake Butler and Mr. Command Ft the performers craftsmenfrom Math
in Huachuca, and three in including
and Mrs. Willi Koehler of Arizona. at least nine states for and School -11:30: a.m.; WMU
algebra plane or coordinate -
three days of General Meeting, 10 a.m.
Germany. Capt. Loper assumed his onthe b old-timev nksthe ac geometry of their' Business Meeting, 10:45
Funeral services were held new duties July 25 He suc- Kissmgen.LAWTEY tivity equivalents and must fulfill ;
Suwannee River.There Program, 11:15: ; Covered Dish
July 27 in the Chapel of Archer ceeds Capt. David MSchremer the basic physical and moral
will Luncheon 12 o'clock noon.
Funeral Home of Lake Butler who has been the be a total of seven requirements.
with Elder Felton Smith officiating general's aide-de-camp for programs at 10 a.m., 1:30: Coast Guard Cadets receive Wednesday -- Vacation
earUtCQ p.m and 7:30: p.m. Friday, Bible School 9-11:30: a.m.; No
Burial followed in the past 18 months. and allowances fully
By Elizabeth Terry 30 pay Family Night Supper Hour of
the Elzey Chapel Cemetery. Loper. 29, is a native of Aug. Saturday, Aug. adequate to fulfill their or- ;
31 and at Power. KA, 6:30: Teacher'sand
Jl 10 a.m on Sunday ;
., ''f''''''P'-f' 1" **..,1'"P-P Jf"ffip...P _* Starke Mrs Ben and Loper the son of Starke.of Mr. and He CHURCH ACTIVITI Jeff Maws. and Miss Dina September 1. Academy dinary living offers expenses.nine majors The Officer 1\t'tg..7:15: ;

is married to the former CHURCH OF GOD Sunday Acosta of Tallahassee, Mrs. While no camping is per which include: electrical Trustees Meeting, 7:30: ;
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Marian ]Hall of mitted within the Stephen Church Choir Practice, 8
_ Find the strength for your THANK YOU NOTE Janelle Bullington, daughterof Jacksonville civil ocean and marine
life this week at the First We would like to thank each Mr and Mrs J.R. vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m YPE and Mrs. Cora (Hodges, of Foster Park, commercial engineering, marine science, o'clock. .
Baptist Church of Starke. and every one of you who gave Bullington of Starke. and Prayer !Meeting Saturdayat Macclenny spent Sunday campgrounds have been mathematical sciences, Thursday Vacation Bible
money to the Richard Crews Loper earned a bachelor of 7:30: p.m.FAITH afternoon with their sister developed recently in the physical sciences School 9.11:30: am.;
WE ARE COMMITTEDTO Kidney Fund. We would science degree in business BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Hester ]Hicks. Suwannee area and there are management, and government Visitation,.7 p.m
CARE" especially like to thank Mrs Ida administration from William Radio Program over WPXE many motels located within a Friday Vacation Bible
Lee Brown, Bradford Roping Carey College in Hattiesburg, 8 a.m. Sunday; Bible School 10 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 20-mile radius of White Graduates of the Academy School 9.11:30: a.m.
Sunday School Club, Starke Moose Lodge No. Mississippi in 1972. He arrivedat a.m.; Worship Services 11 Massey and family and their Springs. The Foster Memorialis are awarded a Bachelor of
9:45a.m. 2035, all members of the Future Ft Huachuca in January a.m. and 7:30: p.m. School on father, A.E. Massey, spent on U.S. 41 at White Springs, Science degree and are Ben P. Bryant Pastor
Morning Worship Farmers of America, DuPont, 1973 and was initially assignedas Bible Doctrine Tuesday 8pm. Saturday with !Mrs Nettie just three miles from 1-75 via commissioned as Ensign in
ll:00a.m: arid the rest of Bradford High the supply officer of the at Pastor's home. Prayer Davis and family in the. SH-136 exit.SERVICE. the United States CoastGuard
Church Training School Activity .Clubs We 40th Signal Battalion 11th Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Greenville.Mr ., .
FOR SALE: Notebooks
6:15: p.m. appreciate your concern for our Signal Group. Bible Study. and Mrs. J.F. Robertson Applications and additional :
:Memo ,
MEN pads ,
Evening Worship son and brother Richard Crews. He assumed command of GRACE UNITED visited their soninlawand information may be obtainedby markers, envelopes machine
7:30p: .m. God Bless each and every one of Company A, 40th Signal !METHODIST CHURCH daughter. Mr. and Mrs writing to: Director of adding
and cash The
Battalion in August 4Ien's: Fellowship and I Admissions. United States reg. paper.
you. August 1973 and C.K. Cowan daughter, Office
Sunday Morning Service held that position until he was Breakfast at the church 8 Mrs. Edith Swinney, of Sgt. Stanley Hammond 'oast Guard Academy New Shop.
Broadcaston WPXE Thank you, selected a aide-de-camp to a.m.. Sunday School 9:45: Jacksonville, on Sunday We Is AC()School Graduate London, Connecticut 06320.)
Mr.and Mrs. Raymond Crews, Gen Albright. a.m.. Morning Service 11 are glad to report Iron Army Sergeant Stanley E.
"The Church With A Heart Judy and Mrs.One Myrick a.m., will be Holy Com- call t that their Hammond 19. Son of Mrs.
In The Heart of Starke" J....,....,..,..........,....,...,..., ""'J-I-t'r-1.,. munion. Topic "God's Armory telephone Cowan is Velma S. Hammond, 326 N.
... ... ... .., ... ... .. .. grandson Bryan
"'f-, -,. ,. ". ,. ,. ,. ,po United Methodist doing real fine in college. Cherry St., Starke, graduated First Baptist Church of Raiford
BEN BRYANT CARD OF THANKSTo Women will meet at church 10 from the 3rd Armored

Pastor CARD OF THANKS share our appreciation for a.m. Tuesday August 6. Jr. McConnell, of Division NoncommissionedOfficer
There are not enough wordsto your thoughtfulness during this Wednesday night Choir Jacksonville spent a week Academy near Kirch Plans to open a Day Care Center beginning in Sep.
WILLIAMCEORGE express the way we feel very sad time in our lives on the Practice 7 p.m? United with Mr. and Mrs Donald Gons, Germany.Sgt. tember. We will accept children from 7:00: a.m. until
Mm. of Music toward the people of Starke for passing of Eloise's mother, Mrs. :Methodist Fellowship 7:30: Wilkison. lIe and his twin Hammond received 6:00: p.m., Monday through Friday. For Registration of
the cards flowers, words of Ethel C. Pickren we would like p.m. sisters Debbie and Jackie and training in leadership your child or for further information, please contact

Corner of Cia rk and comfort and encouragement, to share with you Mrs. Pickren's HIGHLAND BAPTIST their uncle and aunt, Mr\ and responsibilities, exercise of
Jefferson Street and most of all for the prayers. favorite passage: CHURCH-Sunday School 9:43a : Mrs Bill McNish. of command, map reading, and The Pastor, Brother Henry Jones
Downtown Starke Our heart felt thanks go out to "Be careful for nothing; but in .m.. Morning Service 11 Jacksonville are moving near military teaching methods. at43M8Bior

each and every one of you. everything by prayer and suppli- a.m. Choir Practice 6:30: the Wilkison's soon. They He is a Tank Commander in Mrs. Robert Casonat 411-1737:
Ben Bryant, Pastor cation with thanksgiving let your p.m. Evening Service 7:30: attended morning services Company C. 1st Battalion of
William George Ministerof -Mr and Mrs. R. L. Kitchens, requests be made known unto p.m. Prayer !Meeting Wednesday with them and also Jail ser- the Division's 32nd Armor in
Musicipooooooooooooooc Mike, and especially, Susan3OD0OOOOQOOOOOGOC God" (Philippians 4.6)). at 7:30: p.m.NOHTHSIDE vices in the afternoon.Mrs. Fnedberg
The Seeber Goodman Familyccccccccccccccc BAPTIST Wilma Wainwright and

..................,""'IP"'O..., ...,.... CHURCH Sunday School 10 !Miss Arthunne Blanchard,
a.m. Worship Services 11 visited her sister at Mac
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Prayer afternoon I
clenny on Wednesday -
--- ------
Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: From GENERAL ELECTRIC ; :

pm.: .- .. Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Sr..
Children\ 01 all ages enjoyed arrived home Fridayafler a .
a skating party at Lake visit with her son and
Butler which was chaparonedby daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
some of the ladies of the Hubert Wilkison of Live Oak.
INFLATION church. A church-wide Mr and Mrs. Tommy
chicken supper was held at the and son Chris, of Soul

church after the party.PERSONALS Daytona were Saturday
overnight guests of their
parents Mr and Mrs. J.C. and
Mr and Mrs Fate Redd of Tye.

Macon, Ga., Mr and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Lonnie Teston,
Coleman Phillips and family, carried their mother, Mrs.
FIGHTER Danny Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Wordie Melton to her home in
Billy Gaskins and family, Ocoee on Saturday and
gathered at the home of their returned home Sunday.

mother Mrs. O.J. Phillips on Mr and Mrs. Harry YOUR HOMEELECTRICALLY
Saturday evening for a family Wilkerson Mr and Mrs
get together and dinner. James Padgett and Beth of
r Mrs. Beulah Norman and Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.
41l'li Mrs. Edward Roberts Gene Taylor and girls Mr.
returned from Miami and Mrs. Carl Norman and
Wednesday after a months boys Mr and Mrs. Marcus
visit !Mr Roberts and sons Griffis and family gatheredat
who are employed there. the home of Mrs. Darlene
Billy. Scotty, and Michael Norman and family Sunday
Anders attended Vacation afternoon to her Jim
help son
[ :" i Bible School at Evergreen to celebrate his 7th birthday. '
Baptist Church this week. Cake and drink, ice cream
!Mr and Mrs. Ronnie Mosleyand potato chips, and dip were
daughter, of Maxville, served.
[ l with
,. ". were Saturday guests of their Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mobley,

....1.): parents Eunice., !Mr and Mrs. Harold of overnight Tampa guests were of the Saturday Kuhne oneCompact
Mrs Clarice Carter and children while their parentswere
daughter. Shellie, of away.
Columbia S.C. were Monday Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford I
dinner guests of !Mr and Mrs. Gayle Shuford and Mr and

'LaEASY Les McClellan. Mrs. O. Nicula and Angie I System.
Miss Elizabeth Terry was a Garcia spent the weekend at
guest of her sister, Mrs. C.E. Daytona Beach.

Strickland of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lightfoot
Tuesday till Thursday. visited their mother, Mrs.
LIVINGfor Mrs. Daisy Bach, Lynn and Rossie Reddish and brother
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, were Henry while returning from a

II Saturday law and daughters guests of her Mr.son-in-and Canada.trip through They visited Northern their ,.::,,,:,:,!,,,,!,!,,!U- -s

11I your family in a Mrs. Virgil Griffis and family, sister and brother-in.law, Mr for Automatic Year 'Round
I I Ii and Mrs. Maines Griffis and and Mrs. D. Henley of Jerico 118111 IIIICllmateControll
i I II Springs. Missouri for a few .
I I II MOBILE HOME Mrs. Linnie Harris, of days and then returned to Cools '
I I II Maxville and Denver God- their home in Fort Lauder- .111111'11
I I II win, of Whitchouse visited
I I II their brother-in-law and dale.Mr. and Mrs. James J
I I Ii sister Mr and Mrs. Harold Roberts and sons Douglasand In the Summer without water! m I

i I II Eunice on Sunday afternoon. David after two weeks
I I Ii NO Rev and !Mrs Charlie vacation in Virginia Mountains -

I i I i ii I II I II LOT RENTAL DUE Wednesday Redding of evening Raiford,dinner were their, spent grandmother two day, Mrs.with Heats in the Winter without flame!

i i FOR FIRST HALF OR YEAR guests of IV'r and Mrs Les Rossie Reddish,and uncle and
McClellan. aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Maxie The remarkable General Electric heal than It consumes In electrical en-

Mr and Mrs Edward Reddish, of Raiford. While Weathertron Heat Pump switches auloerg11! In summer It keeps your home
Crawford and Mr. and !Mrs
Douglas celebrated his
J.E. Norman and daughter of here 15th birthday. matically from heating to cooling, to cool by extracting the heat from Insult -

SEE OLIN'S Miami, visited their cousin, Mrs. Jim Burton, of the weather and the seasons, keepdoor. and transferring It outside.
FOR DETAILS I I3OOOOO II Mrs. Lois Carter on Saturday Jacksonville, spent Thursday Ing your home warm in winter and coolIn

I I II night. till Monday with her mother, summer with an all-season auloThe Weathertron Heat Pump uses no
Mr.and Mrs Daniel
Masseyand Dinkins.
Mrs P.L. Mr and
I family, of Naples were Mrs. Paul Dinkins and David, matic thermostat. gas or oil-It's all .'electric/ Just set the

I weekend guests of their of St. Augustine, were More efficient than ordinary electric thermostat for the temperature you

BUY NOW WHILE THE PRICE IS LOW I I father, A.E. Massey, and Saturday overnight guests of resistance h.allng-In winter it exwantthe Weathertron Heat Pump will

I other relatives. their parents Mr. and Mrs. tracts heat from the outdoor air and do the rest In providing year 'round
See Mark I !Mr and Mrs. Terry Futch Carter, and Mrs. P.L.
Olin Today He Is Ready To Save YouMoneyOPEN I and sons of Jacksonville Dinkins. transfers It Indoors giving back more comfort for your home

I Beach were Sunday dinner Karen and Manuel Martinez
S DAYS A WEEK 9 A.M. 8 P.M. a SUNDAYS 1 P.M. 6 P.M. I guests of their Aunt, !Miss have returned to Fort Worth, CALL TODAY FOR FREE ESTIMATE

I Elizabeth Terry.Mr. Texas after spending two
I and !Mrs. Chuck Moore weeks with parents. Mr. and '
MOBILE I and Bob, of Lake City, were Mrs. RE. Lee. They are 964-8041
I 1
OLIN'S I dinner guests of their parents, preparing for a move to
HOMES I Mr and Mrs. Fred Moore. Douglas, Arizona in early
I While here, the Moore's August, where Manuel has a
I visited their son-in-law and teaching position in the Don Brown Inc.
I daughter Mr and Mrs. Seeb Humanities Department of ,
Hwy. 100 e Starke 964-5606 I
I Andrews and family of the will enter the College. 1 Mi. S. Of Starke U. S. 301 SouthPuge
f*** fv nnfnf+nfir-u-u-inf***t* Wildwood, who are Karen R.N. .
vacationing at Kingsley Lake. Nursing Program. .

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I HAMPTOaN Friends & NeighborsVon /n AREA Fontaine NEWS\XV hr"e.ru 1tereitj ) .i.iFOR I I


in Kendall an accident, who last was week in and chicken' Bn-MI\?Uy Khoden Walter enjoyed KM***a. / ? actth#

lured in serious condition Inthe night. barbecue Saturday

( hospital in Gainesville.Mr. SALE: Okra. Very
CLASSIFIED AD RATES reasonable. Vasco Forsyth. FOR RENT Three Mobile 440 Acres (portions cleared) BRASINGTON Adult Mobile
and Mrs. Walter BIRTHDAY CRKETINGS Forsyth Road, Starke, Fla. Homes all 2 bedroom fur price $1100.00 per acre liberal
Rhoden and Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Mrs Betty Rhoden 29 years Deadline for insertion After 4:30.: Phone 5332194. nished Also Mobile Home terms. CAUILLAC-OLDSMOB1LE Home ParkIN
Rhoden enjoyed a delicious July 25. Tuesday Noon preceding Itp 8/1 lots. Prefer married couples, 2

seafood supper at Capt.Louie's Thursday before publication. -- -- - children acceptable. No Pets. 20 acre tract with well. It. Pole Fine selection or Used Cars CITY LIMITS $3O A MONTH
Galley in Gainesvillelast CHURCH NEWS FOR SALE: Poodle puppies, 964 6365. and septic tank for quick sale Taken On Cadillac Trades
Minimum Charge$2.00 11p8/1 WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD
The Ladies 2001 N.W. 13th 375.5301GAINESVILLE :
Friday night honoringMrs. Council of the AKC. 2 males 2 females -- -- -- $23,000.00.
(Covers IS Words)
Walter Hhoden's bir- Hampton Christian Church black. $50 each. 4311883. Itp -. GROCERY AND NEW
thday. will meet Wednesday Aug 7' Each word over 13 8/1 FOR RENT 12' wide mobile 3 BR 1 Bath, Masonry, 3 A SHOPPING CENTER

at 7:30: ( p.m. 10 cents -------- -- homes outside city limits, J.B. Cleared, Paved Road outside NO PETS TF
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Rhoden White. Ph. 9646114. If no City. "" JO-LU
All Classified Ads must be' COLORADO: River Front Lot COURTU.S.
the proud of a RECREATION answer call 964 8775. tfchg. $ SAVE $
are parents The paid for in advance unless! you $1,9501 $195 down, $35.60 301 SOUTH
baby daughter born July 23. Hampton Senior have an established account monthly for 5 years at 8 - -- NEW HOMES: 3 BR, 2 Baths,

The new arrival's name is Citizens Club will meet August with the Telegraph in that percent. Beautifully located FOR RENT: Two Air Con- carpeted, Cen. H/A, some FRED DAVIS : PHONE 964-8810

Kathy Jo. I, 7:30: p.m., for their regular event 50 cents extra charge high up in a mountain valley. ditioned cottages on Kingsley appliances, Garage or Carport, GMC TRUCKS '

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Cribbs meeting, for billing. Not responsible for. STEED 911 W. 10th Amarillo, Lake. Phone after 6 p.m. 533- In City$23,000.00 up; out of City BUICK PONTIAC

errors when given over the Texas 79101. 806-376-8690 2366. Tfchg. with Paved St., 36000.00 up. "A LITTLE RIDE CAN I
phone or when is not (Obtain HUD Property -- - - -- -
report -
and copy from and it Keystone Heights, Waterfront SAVE YOU A LOT" TF We now have a fulltime appli-
Legala I typed brought to the office developer read
I before signing anything. HUD Home with beautiful Grounds GREEN COVE SPRINGS once repair repairman needs for your

neither approves the merits of 539,000.00.

the offering nor the value of t WANTED lWANTED - Call Badcocks

INVITATION TO BID the property as an investment, Property Management and I Long ChampHome ?
Competitive sealed bids will IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF if any. Itp 8/1 Appraisals Solicited.

be received by the SuwanneeRiver FLORIDA CIRCUIT EIGHTH IN AND JUDICIAL, FOR t FOR SALE :IIIl ---- -- Used furniture, A. J. THOMAS.: Realtor and

Water Management District BRADFORD COUNTY. FOR SALE: TV antenna from refrigerators 621 N. WALNUT ST.
washers Dan- Building MaterialsWE \
Live Oak, Florida until $7.50 at Dahmers Discount.. mer's Discount Tel. !Mi.1-6162
1000a.m. on August 14, 1974 CIVIL ACTION 7/25 4tchg 8/15/ House tfchg BUILD
and publicly opened at that time FOR SALE: 45 speed records on' - -- - - - BRANCH OFFICE BootsBootsBootsJustin
for the following: sale at 96 cents at Dahmers T 6 T WRECKAGE Junk cars Law "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
In re: Annulment of Marriage of FOR SALE: General Electric TV ley. Florida
Two ((2)) Model 4-dr Sedans JOYCE ATKINSON STOKES Discount. 7/25 4tchg 8/15 sets from $69.95 at Dahmers and scrap iron Day night Lillian C, 'arson.\ssoclate YOUR LOT OR OURS" & Wrangler
1974 Model without -- -- -- -
trade-ins weekend.! Phone 9648217. Tel. 782-3800 &
a/k/a JOYCE HECKLER, and Discount. 7/25/ 4tchg815MlscEluNEOUS .a-6162 FREE ESTIMATES
Bid blanksspecifications, RALPH CURTIS HECKLER, INVENTORY REDUCTION: On - -- -- - 7/18 4tp 8/8 Leather Belts
etc may be obtained from the .
Respondent. ranges refrigerators and dish .REMODELING REPAIRS
Suwannee River Water washers. Dahmers Discount. To Size 56
Management District, P. O. Box NOTICE OF SUIT 7/254tchg8/15 R. T. Loyoro Realty ADDITIONS

1544, Live Oak, Florida 32060, or ----- ---- 1 AUTOMOBILESUSED HOMES BOUGHT SOLD Western Shirts

by calling ((904)) 3621001. ToRALPH: CURTIS HECKLER FOR SALE: Sofa good con 473-32S4 TRADED

H. J.Woodard Address Unknown dition. Phone 9648960. 1tp 473-4692 Indian Moccasins
Executive Director 8/1 i ACREAGE FOR SALE

It 8'1 YOU ARE --- ---- --- FOR SALE Crystal Lake 964-6853
NOTIFIED that a : 1965 Cadillac Residential Homesites CA RRADIN'SLEATHER

Petition for Annulment has been FOR SALE: Florida Camper. HAVE TIMES UNION MOTOR Convertible $150, 15-18 mile With Lake Access HWY 3O1 S STARKE TF

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT filed against you and you are $350. 964-5410. Itp 8/1/ ROUTE: Available in Lawtey, per. gal. Must sell. V. F. From $1.800 Average _Wwh. _. ..... SHOP

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT required to serve a copy of your -_--- --- --- Kingsley Lake area. For more Heiken. 7823061. 1tp 8/1/ 100 x185Same
BRADFORD COUNTY Answer or Pleading to the information call Call Hagen. 1- - -- -------- Phone 782-3400
Petition on the Petitioner'sAttorney FOR SALE Registered Angus 800-342-2709, Ext. 4137. 1tp '
ORIDA FOR SALE 71 Cash 8 CarrvTlresI
cows. Heifers and bull calves. 8/1 : Dodge Polara. ---- Lawtey, Florida
i .lie No. 74 186 GEORGE H. PIERCE, Good cond. $1450. Phone
C P, ((1 22061) P. 0. Drawer 1030, Starke, J.B. White. Ph. 964-6114 or - -- -- -- 533 2974. 1tp 8/1 Area 412E. CALL 32058
Florida 32091 and file the 9646775. tfchg. HOUSE PAINTING: Interior and
- Large Cod4BR,2Bath
-- '( Cape 7/24 10,17
- - -
i I IMtstate! of ERNEST D. original Answer or Pleading in Exterior Good work at a fair
\ l. LSKEY. Deceased. the office of the Clerk of the Circuit FOR SALE: 6 by 9 linoleum price. Free estimates. Call FOR SALE: 1969 Pontiac Cata. 4 1'2' Story )) FRONT END
dr.AC. PB PS. $1250. Phone
Court on or before August $3.50,9 by 12 $5.98,12 by 12 473-4309. 1tp 8/1 Closeil Garage &
MJTICE TO CREDITORS 26, 1974. If you fail to do so, $11.95 and 12 by 15 $14,94up. -- -------- 431-1623. 1tp 8/1/ $35.000
- - -
,i< till creditors and all persons ludgment by default will be DAHMERS DISCOUNT. LICENSED DAY CARE: Home Lot Size 200 x 185 BRAKE SERVICE PumpsNew

'Mil' 1 1 claims or demands taken against you for the relief tfchg fenced yard, clean FOR SALE: 1966 4dr. Impala 964.5800

i mist this estatevon : demanded in the Petition. - - surroundings. Meals new tires, new paint good --- And UsedSALES
This notice shall be publishedonce mechanical condition. All
notified and
ire required FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars provided. For toddlers up.
\ Section 733 15 Florida each week for four conse- 9648464. 8/1 2tp 8/8 steel ladder rack for pick up. New HomesMidTwenties SERVICE FOR LESS
made in Japan by now
cutive weeks in the Bradford
Mtutes to file claims andivirals 9648088. Itp 8/1 PARTS
any -- ---- -- -- TFN
at Dahmers Discount tfchg.
County Telegraph.
which you may have With Lake Access -- --- SERVICE
- - SAWS
,mist the estate of Ernest D. Dated: July 26 1974. SHARPENED, work Near KH School
LOTS Zoned for mobile homes DEEP & SHALLOW WELLS
guaranteed. Call 964-7509
C'uiskey. deceased, in the Finances Arranged
runt Court in and for Gilbert S. Brown Clerk and houses. Several sub leave at Jackson Building Well DrillingFast Plumbing Supplies
"II old County Bradford By: Beulah M. Moody divisions to choose from. Only Supply, Starke or Keystone t HELP WANTED 1

mty Courthouse Starke, Deputy Clerk $95 down. Monthly paymentsto Heights tfchg. Rotary SERVICEON
8/1/ 4t 8'22 suit Ph. 468- EXPERT
< "i nki within four months from your budget. - - Your
'v date. of the first publication 1551 or 9648331. tfchg. Drilling EquipmentFor ALL MAKES
STARKE CYCLE CENT # 2b7: HELP WANTED: Agents to sell Real Estate
i iris notice - - -
.iuh, claim or demand must IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TV Color picture tubes only $79 N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020 our World Famous AFRO and PHONE 964-7O61
Your authorized HODAKA BLACK Wigs. 4 fast selling Broker 2" Thru 6" WellsCall
'1i in wilting and must state the THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR plus labor Dahmers Discount
i niece uf residence and post- CUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD tfchg. dealer. tfclg------ Wigs. For information call Bill Us For DurrancePUMP
--- SellTrade -
at 9122838131 COLLECT. 9 Buy -
off ice dddress of the claimant COUNTY. FLORIDAIn
iiivl must be sworn to by the - - MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also a,m. to 9 p.m. 7/25 2tp 8/1 AppraisalsCALL Your Water System Needs a SUPPLY co

( Unwcil his agent or his atlorney re: The Marriage of S. BRUCE mobile home hurricane an- - - -- 864-N TEMPLE AVE

JARVIS Petitioner and MARIE WATSON'SHOUSE choring and mobile' home roof HELP WANTED: Full time BILL POWELL SB47OB1Durance

Each creditor shall deliver sufficient JARVIS Respondent. OF VACUUMS coating. Olin's MOBILE Home Master beautician to assume REAL ESTATE Pump s
copies of his claim to established clientele. Apply atDonna's
Service. 964 5606 Rt. 100 W.
noble the Clerk to mail one to NOTICE OF ACTION Many brands of new vacuums Beauty Salon SupplyDevelopers

,ach personal representative. ToMARIE: JARVIS $39.00 up. Used machines Starke Fla. tfchg. Waldo. Phone 4681016. ASSOCIATES: Of HOft4KASell'S
- -- -
Dated July 24th 1974. 2037 E. Baltimore St. from $10. Expert Repairs all Itchg 8/1/ Ralph Bryan

Baltimore, Maryland makes Parts and Accessoriesfor BUTTON HOOK COLLECTOR: -- -- - Under Ground Water

Elizabeth H. McCdskey (Last Known Address) all vacuums. Built in Wants to buy grandma's high 964-6208 864 N. Tern Die Ave. More
As Administratrix of the central vacuum cleaning button shoe hooks and glove

Estate of Ernest D. McColskey YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a systems. 712 N. Main, hooks. Prefer china glass, or Bob Milner Starke Fla,
Deceased Petition for Dissolution of Gainesville 3767110. TF brass handles. Any unusual HOUSES FOR SALEFOR Sales & Service TFN

8 1 2t 8,8NOTICE Marriage has been filed againstyou types. Send description, 9646026Acreage Trail Bikes
--- -- -----
in the above named Court. name and address to Buttonhooks -

and you are required to serve a FOR SALE: 8 Holstein 1st and Box A, Starke -1 to 100

OF INTENTIONTO copy of your answer or pleadingto 2nd Calf Heifers. Good nurse through August.7. Itchg 8/1 SALE: 4 BR Trailer, 12 x 60, Bradford & Alachua ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS Than Anyone
REGISTER - -- -- - 1970 $4500
the Petition on the cows or dairy replacement.Call cash or take over NEW 3 BR 2 Bath CenJral .

FICTITIOUS NAME Petitioner's Attorney, CAROL after 7:30: p.m. 964 8301. OVERWEIGHT? Lose ugly fat payments of $91.50 mo. Heat and Air Carpet on Else

WILD SCOTT, 11 West Univer- Itp 8/1 with Diadax plan Reduce Phone 4732164. 8/1 2tchg Wooded high-dry acre lot, In The

Pursuant to Section 865.09 sity Avenue, Gainesville, Florida. ---------- excess fluids with Fluidex at 8/8 butside city. Two to choose

Florida Statutes, notice is here. 32601- and file the original FOR SALE: 14' Fishing boat. Mitchell's Drugs. 7/252tp 8/1 -- - -- from. 964-5148
by given that the undersignedEdwin answer or pleading in the officeof Galv. Tilt Trl. 20 HP Crysler ------ --- 8 A.M.9 !
--- FOR SALE: Double wide Mobile A.M.
bath C. B. .
3 BE DROOM 2 -
L. Hornsby and Faye C. the Clerk of the Circuit Courtin Motor $325. Phone 533-2974.
FOR SALE Home 24 x 52, Birch Paneling. with Heat and Air Carpet 12 MIDNIGHT -1 A.M. .
Hornsby Route 1 1. Box 160, and for Bradford County Itp 81GARAGE : Electric Pencil -
Starke Honda 32091, doing before sharpeners, 3 different stylesin 3 BR, 1 1/2 bath, central air beautiful lot In Starke. 15 x 30
September -
Florida on or - ------
business under the firm name of 4, 1974 SALE: Saturday stock handy for home or conditioning Set in trailer, linoleum park floors.with family room with fire place. 964-7959 / A
'COLBY ENTERPRISES", If you fail to do so, judgmentby August 3. 318 North Clark office. For sale at The Office 2 P.M. 5 P.M. .. .
shrubbery on Route 16. Nice 3 BR 1 Bath CB in Ex-
Route 1 Box 160 Starke WlIlI be taken
default against
Street; 9 a.m until ? Many Shop------ Demonstrator, $8500. Can be
Bradford County, Florida for the relief demanded in --- cellent Location "it".1 '
you items for sale. Itchg 8/1 financed. Olin's Mobile Home I3tp926GORDOM HODAKA
32091 intends to register said the Petition. .
-- -----
HOUSE PAINTING: Interior, Sales. Phone 964 8746 or 964- Beautiful Building and mobile SALES \
fictitious under the hand and seal
name provi WITNESS my .
FOR SALE: Motorcycle, 1962 Exterior. 5606. Itchg 8/1 I
Hourly or by con- home lots inside and out
sions of aforesaid statute. this 29lh day of July, 1974 R50 BMW (Earl Forks) 500 C. sinvict .
tract. Estimate gladly - - - -
Edwin L. Hornsby and Faye C. given. side city.
C. Fiberglass saddlebags full 1st class workmanship AIR CONDITIONING Full ltn_ of Hodftha A Chaparral
Hornsby, sole owners. GILBERT BROWN $550. Dewey FOR SALE: Good deal 1974 motorcycle also Dura Go-Cart
avon guaranteed. Call Lonnie Want to have one built? We & and Mint-Bill. Put A accatsoriaifor .
Dated this 1st day of August Oerk McKinney, 964-6930, Starke. Brigadier Double wide Trailer. HEATING CO. ail make and modeisSTARKE
A. D. 1974 at Starke Florida. By Beulah M. Moody Itp 8/1 1768.Roberts 7/11 Raiford 8/1 Fla. 431- 3 BR 2 bath, central air, can help you there also. COMMERCIALREFRIGERATION

8/1 4t 822NOTICE Deputy Oerk 4tp washer and dryer Den, dining CYCLE
-- -- -----
822IN room 6 old.
8/1 4t mo. Carpet
Drum and Drummer's Throne
Excellent Condition. Call LET US HELP YOU AND 207 N Starka
Temple a
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-- ---- ---- House; shown by appointment -
Pursuant to Section 865.09 BRADFORD COUNTY.
Florida Statutes notice is CASE NO.74203In FOR SALE: Used Kenmore P. O. Box 476 LOW DOWN PAYMENTNew STATE CERTIFIED

hereby given that the un washing machine. Good FOR RENT: Cottage un- Starke or 3960022. 8/1 2tp masonry homes 3 MASTER H.A.R.V.
condition $29.96. Phone 964- furnished. 312 N. Temple 8/B heat LICENSED.INSURED
Re: The Marriage of EDWARD bedroom 2 bath central
dersigned Linda S. Hildebran 5666. 8/1 Ave. Prefer or - - -
Itchg single person $2698
MANN TUCKER JR.. and air, wall to wall carpets. -
.and Gary E. Hildebran, P. O. 964-
Petitioner, and DONNA W. --- --------- couple. No pets. Phone

Box 1273 Starke Fla. 32091, TUCKER, Respondent. FOR SALE: 14 foot fiberglassboat 7344 or 473-3031. Itchg 8/1 UNITED FARM AGENCY. INC 28 acre farm good house, barn PHONE 473-4777
(doing business under the firm & TAG
-------- -
with canopy. Tilt trailer Reg. Real Estate Broker pecan trees fenced and cross
name of "PEE WEE NURSERY" NOTICE OF SUIT with spare tire. 50 HP Mercury FOR LEASE: Commercial Office Paul Faulkner Broker fenced pasture, on paved road, RT. 3 BOX 266 STARKEON

202 N. Thompson Street Motor, 2 6-gal. gas tanks. space app. 2,000 sq. ft. Irene Faulkner Assoc. Hampton area. HY. 1OO. 5 MILES SO.

Starke, Florida 32091, intends to To; DONNA W. TUCKER Phone 964-5064 between B-4 consisting of nine offices and Robert Faulkner Assoc. STARKE tt :

register said fictitious name YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat weekdays only. Itchg 8/1 2 baths. Reception area. Louise McRae Assoc. 5 acre tracts, on paved road ill.
under the of aforesaid
provisions an action for dissolution of ---- ------- Located in business diet of north of Starke. .

statute. marriage has been filed against FOR SALE: Black Vinyl and Starke on U.S. 301. Central 2305 N. Temple Ave. JIMMY MOORE'S .
Linda and
S. Hildebran GaryE. :
you and you are required to Mahogany wood bar with 4 heat and air. Ph. 964-7344 or Starke Fla. 964-5065 Nice waterfront home.
Hildebran, Owners. serve a copy of your written stools. Only 6 mo. old. $125. 4733031. Itchg 8/1 Sun Sports
Dated this 15th day of July A. defenses, if any to it on Phone 9646915. Itchg 8/1 ------------ WANT TO SELL OR BUY FRED SACKETT-REALTOR
D., 1974 at Starke Florida. 205 N. Temple IUS-301)) MORE BOAT FOR
----------- I FOR RENT: 3 BR frame house.
4tp 818NOTICE for Petitioner, whose address is Beautiful 321 dark St. Starke. Phone 9646522Nite 1 I
FOR SALE finger-tip
114 N, Walnut Street P. O. Box : 984-7344 or 4733031. Itchg Call Us For Best Prices 468-1753 STARKE PH 964- 791
bridal veil with tiera headpiece
OF INTENTIONTO 995. Starke, Florida, 32091, and 8/1 Prospect Waiting' tfchq
dotted with seed
tiny pearls.
REGISTER file the original with the Clerk of COMPLETE OUTBOARD A
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Used once. Good as new.
before September 2, 1974, $35. Phone 473-2210. I FOR RENT: Large upstairs 1
------------ bedroom $70.00 REDUCED RATES AND REPAIR
be apt. per For Sale
Pursuant to Section 865.09 otherwise a judgment may
Florida Statutes notice is entered against you for the relief .FOR SALE: 75 HP Chrysler 8/1 month. After 964-6579.. tip AUTO. FIRE, BOAT COMPLETE FIBERGLASS 376.4551

hereby given that the undersigned demanded in the Petition. engine, 16 ft. boat and trailer. .-r'----------- 4 Br. Frame DOYLE E. CONNER CUSTOM REPAIR BUIL.TFIBERGLASS'FISHING 4222 NW 13th St.
John F. Sherman, WITNESS my hand and the Good condition. Kids lost
1 Mi Out Of City INSURANCE AGENCY Gainesville
of said Court on the 30th FOR RENT: 3 BOATS
Route 1, Box 1S6-A Starke seal interest. Must sell. 4732210. bedroom furnished TCHG
Florida 32091 doing business day of July 1974. tfchg. ) house on Kingsley On 1 Acre With Trees

under the firm name of "301-100 GILBERTS. BROWNAs ------------ Lake. $150 per month plus
GULF SERVICE" Corner of Clerk of Said Court FOR SALE: Cash register utilities.. Available Sept. 1st Priced ForImmediate
Beulah M. Moody Sewing Machine MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
through June OLINS
Temple Avenue and Madison By: most sizes in stock. CaU in to 1st. Call 964-
Deputy Oerk 6749. Itp 8/1 Sale
Street. Starke Bradford see if we have your'Size, or RepairAll 100 W, FM. 964-SoOo 8/22/ ---
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County, Florida. 32091. Intends 8/1 come In and just browse at ---- 9647826: 964-6593 -. tJI
:,to register said fictitious name The Office Shop. FOR: RENT: FREEI Two months makes cleaned oiled and -1:: J(

I <:under the provisions of aforesaid ------------ rent on yearly lease Mobile George Roberts adjusted, $7 All work guar- SELECTION
, statues. NEED TO MAKE SOME FOR SALE: Notebooks. Home Lots. Pick your lot. anteed. James Strickland LARGE OF PRE-OWNED: a

John F. Sherman,sole owner. LABELS? Buy a Bymo Label Memo. pads envelopes; From $25 monthly. Bradford Real Estate 'Morgan Road and SR-16. Ph. REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD

Dated this 9th day of July, A. maker from us at The Office markers.,adding machine and Park at Bradford Motel. 8/1 964.8733 or 782-3189. CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
I D. 1974 at Starke Florida. Shop. cash rag paper. The Office 5tchg 8/29 (:Starke Florida tfchg TF

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Page 16 TELEGRAPH August I. l)7l!

I Woman Struck As Auto Runs Up Onto Sidewalk BROOKER IN BRIEF

A Keystone Heights woman Damage to the "support" By Jeann ette Prescott

Mrs. Vivian Charlotte Crosier, column was set at $2XH()( ), to w{Uy r tR vehicle under control.
61, was injured Friday July the I lazuda auto at $500, to the ly Ilit Sam Oliver Crum, 23, of SOFTBALL NEWS gone four weeks and enjoyed
26, when hit by a car as she Carter Ford at $toO, and the Starke, damaged his 1974 Brooker competed in the meeting the people and seeingthe
walked on the sidewalk at mail box off Chevrolet Sub-District Tournament in beautiful country. The
was written as a truck to the tune of
Bradford Square in Starke total loss. \ $250 when it struck the Live Oak last week. After group traveled by air to
between Winn-Dixie and In other accidents: stopped 1971 Ford truck of getting off to a good start by Cartagena from Miami. I
Eckerd Drugs. winning their first two games, Cherie will receive 8 hours
Nine traffic accidents were John Henry Thornton, 28, of
Mrs. Crosier sustained a reported by the Starke Police \ Green Cove Springs, July 25. they lost the next two and credit, which will be transferred i
to Santa Fe Junior
cracked pelvis and bruises Department during the past Damage to the Ford was $40. were eliminated.
according to a member of the week. t The collision occurred when Tuesday night Brooker College where she is a student.

family. It was the only injury On Wednesday July 24, \ Crum made an improper left defeated the Macclenny i
in nine traffic accidents Donald Jackson Dohn, 22, of turn off of Brownlee Street Merchants 128. Gene Melvinhit NEW RIVER BAPTIST
reported by the Starke Police a home run over the left
Starke driving a 1974 onto the Old Lawtey Road,
Department in the week from field fence in the first inning. WeappreciatedT.H. Watersof
Chevrolet truck ran into striking the other truck. Gainesville
July 2330. Margaret D. Crawford, 36, of ___ Police Officer R. E. Lee Billy Bigham went 2 for 3 at vices last Sunday holding while ser-our
Mrs. Julia E. llazuda. the plate, including an inside
Starke at the Walnut and \A1\ charged Crum with making an is ill. Mr. and Mrs.
Starke, was charged with Jackson Street intersection. improper turn. the park home run. Robert
James L.
careless driving by Investi- Mrs Crawford was Willie Berry, 24, of Lawtey, McRaney, Gary Melvin Bob Gadsden, Ala.Countryman, also Kenneth
gating Officer Denton DeVoeof traveling north on Walnut, I pulled his 1968 )Ford out of the Dyal, and Rudy Williams Johnson of Clearwater were
the Starke Police Depart- when Dohn traveling west on lY south Walnut Street intersection collected two hits each. their children Mr.
ri.x visiting ,
ment. The 1971 Chevrolet 1 r t Friday night Brooker
Jackson failed to stop and ran of US-301 and struck the and Mrs. Jim Countrymanand
driven by Mrs. Hazuda failedto into the Crawford vehicle. right side of the 1970 Ford of defeated Andrews Drugs from family, while he was so ill
stop in a parking space Damages to the 1969 Mercury Debra Mosley, who was Lake Butler 123. Joe the last few days. Pastor
directly in front of the ( Robinson had a perfect nightat
was $800 and to Dohn's I 1 traveling north on the high is but
+ Countryman
Bradford Square stores. The k the plate, going 4 for 4.
truck $350. Police Officer K. way. Damage to Berry's car
will be in the hospital a coupleor
car left tire marks in a rAt+, Gene Melvin hit a home run in
K Lee, who investigated the ,l was $1.000 and to Mosley's weeks. Little Jennie
sweeping curve to the right as )5PWA' the 6th inning. Henry Harrell
(collision charged Dohn with $800. Police Officer M. L.
Sue accompanied grand-
:Mrs Ila/udti attempted to collected 3 hits in 4 at-bats.
and no with
running a stop sign Sibley charged Berry
parents, the Countrymans,
avoid hitting pedestrians on valid driver's" license. violation of rightofway.The Rudy Williams, Gene Melvin,
the canopied sidewalk. Mrs. Ruby Waldron M, of 1967 Plymouth of and Bob Dyal collected two home to spend some time. I

Mrs. 'rosier was the only Hampton was charged by y+ Dorothy M. Hall, 22, of Starke, hits each. DEDAN BAPTIST
one struck by the vehicle Police-officer E. D. Phillips traveling north on US-301, was Saturday afternoon Brookerwas A revival will be held at
however. The tlazuda vehicle with running a rod light and no struck in the left side when the defeated by W.W. Gay Dedan Baptist Church star
continued its course after valid driver's license, July 24. 1970 Ford of Evelyn Anna from Gainesville 107. Steve
striking the pedestrian hit a"support" Nipper went 2 for 3 at the ting August 4 at 7:30: p.m.
The 1974 )Ford of William Hodges, 38, of Lake Butler, Coleman Padgett will be one
column and droveit Henry Taylor 21, of Starke. / pulled onto the highway from plate. Danny Bass collectedtwo
7 and John
into a nearby U. S. mailbox. J / ev I Ir.d base hits. of the speakers,
north US-301 ; : the Bradford
was traveling on r Square Parking Scaff will be the choir
The 1974 Ford of Mary when it was hit in the left side lot. Police Officer George A. night Brooker waseliminate director. is invitedto
)Elizabeth: Carter parked from the Double Everyone
by the 1968 Chevrolet Station Tomasovitch assessed
directly in front of the mail Wagon, operated by Mrs. IF damages of $200 to the Elimination Tournament by attend.
box, was slightly dented in the Waldron, who was eastboundon Plymouth and $100 to the losing to Chiefland 105. PERSONALS:';
mishap. SI-16. The Waldron car Ford. Robert McRaney rapped two
!Mrs. llazuda was chargedwith had run the red light according The 1969 Pontiac of Frederick base hits. Williams, Bigham Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hinton
careless driving by Officer to witnesses. Allen Schneider, 32, of Mott and Bass each collectedone and children of New Orleans
DeVoe do! i!nriil'1t\on\ Damages to each vehicle was Starke, sustained rear end hit and scored one run. were visiting relatives
was given oii'lilC p\Mww l- \tlOn set at t $800! apiece. damages of $100 when it was Brooker has three games recently, including Mrs. Inez
as to the reason for the Peggy Sue Henry 21, of What looked like a substantial concrete post turned out to be sheetrock covered wire mesh atBradfordSquare struck from behind by the 1973 remaining in league play and Green, Cherie, and Shirley.
llazuda car to fail to stop. Uilliston. driving a 1969 Shopping Center, luckily so Friday when this auto ran up onto the sidewalk Plymouth of Eugene Franklin will need to play the winner of
hitting the column. It gave way, resulting in much less injury probably, than would have a solidtoncirtp Stokes, 18, of Hampton. The the second half for the league Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mott
column championship. and children of Talahasseewere
collision occurred at the
Walnut and Madison Street In- visiting their parents,
SCHOOL NEWS !Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Mott last
ELECT Pontiac, crashed into the rear tent of$300 and the rear of the McKelvie slowed his vehicle tersection. Damages to the 2 will mark weekend.Mr. .
Friday, Aug. ,
end of the 1974\ Plymouth of front end of the Plymouthwere
]Plymouth] $250. for the red light at the Pratt the end of the and
!, Milton John McKelvie. 18 of Both vehicles were Street crossing. Police Officer set at$175. Police OfficerE. swimming and Mrs. Paul D.
Orange Park. July 23. D. Phillips charged Stokes program. Prescott and Johnny spent
traveling north on US-301 and E D. Phillips charged
will be the
Monday, Aug. 26,
4yIo damaging her car to the ex- the collision occurred when Sue with failure to have her with failure to have his vehicle first day of school for Sunday with their children,
under control. !Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thorn
Linda Thomas, 30, of students. Any students who ton and children.

99 Area Students Earn LCCC Degrees Starke was charged with no did not attend last year Brooker are Prayer List: Jim Countryman -
valid driver's license, by encourage
to register at the Zedra Hamilton, and
Police Officer E. D. Phillips,
..:', 99!) area students among 283 of Lake Butler. P.C. McCloud Ivory Joe following the collision of her school office as soon as Grady }tart.

who will receive degrees and One-year Certificate in Mobley, )Freddie Lee Morris, 1965 Dodge with the 19(>6 possible.
certificates at the annual Brick and Block Masonry: Nathaniel Sharpe, Alfred Volkswagen of Stephanie S.
Lake City Community College Rudolph Baker, Ronald P. Thomas Sturgis, Joseph A. Hancy, 24, oamesvuie. EDUCATIONAL' :'; TRIP l i l III IIITotal
Miss Cherie Hinton has
commencement excercises to Beasley Dwight Brown, CarlA. Troncoso Hartford Tunstall, Both vehicles were
be held Saturday. Aug. 3. at 10 Dixon, Wilbert Lee John Walter Reese Wesley and traveling west on Brownlee returned from a trip to Car- mass of the atmos-
a.m. in the college's Amos Wesley Mims, Herbert Charles Wright of Starke. Street when the Dodge tagena, Columbia, S.A where phere is' about some 5.5
Howard Cijm.Associate Newsome, Charles Wesley Ony-year Certificate in crashed into the rear of the she was with a study group quadrillion ((55 followedby
of Arts Degreeswill O'Berry, Buster Ja mes Smith, Radio and Television Repair: VW as it slowed for the traffic from Florida International 14 zeroes) tons. This
be presented to: Glen W. and Norris Michael Thomas of Ronald Walter Ambrose, M.L. light at the US-301 intersec University of Miami. They mass is equal to about one
Combs of Starke. Donald Earl attended classes every day in
Keystone Heights; Burcker, Cowart millionth of the mass of
Karen Hutchins James One-year Certificate in C. Johnson, Franklin tion.Damage to the Dodge was Spanish Culture and the waysof the earth.
Walter Prevatt, Peggy Lucille Automotive Mechanics: Peter Kaymore, Charles E. Scantling set at$25 and to the VW at$50. the Spanish people. She was
Prevail, and Robert C. Un- Carricalo, Jerrell Caswell and Walter L. Williamsof
derhill of Starke; Donald Clifford Johnson, Lorenzo Raiford. .
i. Andrews Nancy Leigh ) '..f Brannen Janet Lynette Dees, William K. Lowery, David Sheet Metal: Larry Em-
A"e. James Emmitte Fillyaw, Paul Alvin C. Robitaille, Joe merson Ausburn, Oree WELLS ELECTRIC .
\ :1' Charles W. Harden Cheryl Taylor, Richard Wolfe and Bellamy, Johnny Lee Cobb,
J 111'\ Shealy Howard, Diane James O. Youngblood of James Dinkens, Aaron E.
--'t4 Elizabeth Lee Jay A. Parrish, Raiford. Durham, Lloyd Eggers,
""">,....... ', :'I'. '\ I Jeannette Lee Powell One-year Certificate in Bobby L. Hooks, Clifford C.

I .,1.: 1\1\Ih "tlp" ) ( Rebecca Louise Pressley Corrections: Joseph Jimmie Howell James C. Humphrey, SERVICEElectrical
.li'l' ", III ., Edith May Richardson O'llern of Lake Butler; )Frederick Hunter, Jessie
:i Steven Arthur Saunders, Jimmie Charles Bryant, Jack Jordan, Homer Lowman,
'. ''i'':.. Cassandra Shadd Russell C. Thomas, Jr., and Gene Raymond Morrison, Gary L. Contractors
Alexander Wade, Jr.. Louis Tomlinson of Raiford; Park Keith B. Richardson,
Martha Ann Walker, and Robert Lynn Hamrick and Larry Henry Richards, Bobby
FRED Jack A. WIlliford of Lake Robert C. Underhill of Starke. Joe Smith, Jack E. Stancell, \ d qlJ1ll i1Z
SAPP Butler; Ronald Walton Ambrose Ony-year Certificate in Hans Jochen Warncke, and >:r Yee

William Arthue. Anderson Plumbing: Alexander Garza Sammie Lee Williams of \\0\11 teS
Henry Leroy Bogan, Benilei. James Edell Collins, Raiford. '2. aE
City CommissionerGROUP George Allen Childree Ce :. '1 SSe1 \\
William Stephen Day \

Lawrence UnivesterHargrell Mistrial Is DeclaredIn .'it'"
1 Dennis Robert
Fair and Equal GovernmentIn Edwin Thomas Prescott of

Haiford. B&E CaseCircuit 9646061SERVING
A Fair and Equal Manner Associate of Science Degreein Padgett

Walmsley and Stanley )Frank Judge Wayne M Assistant State Attorney
West of Raiford Carlisle declared a mistrial at Tom Elwell called three 744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091

(PAID POL ADV.) Associate of Science in 7IOp.m.:: Thursday,July 25, in.. witnesses for the state: Mrs. P.O. BOX 607
Nursing: Carol Thomas Hale the trial of David William Marie Baugess who, with her

Padgett, 21, of Starke on a husband, Carl Baugess, were
., charge of breaking and en- the operators of the beer
tering with intent to commit a tavern at the time of the
misdemeanor.A break-in; Police Officer Julius
Doyle & Mary Archer six-member jury, composed E. Eunice, presently em- Vote ForHAROLD
of two women and four ployed by the Starke Police
men, announced to the court Department, who at the time it 4
Cordially Invites You & that they had been unable to of the break-in was an employee .

reach a unanimous verdict, of the Bradford County w WATERS
Your after deliveratmg the Sheriff's Department as a ,
Family To The testimony of 3 state and 2 deputy, and Lilla Mae Cor- -?
defense witnesses for a periodof bett, one of Padgett's com- rw Mh
three hours. panions on the night of the t
The trial which began at 9 break-in.

fIl fY t:31ll: IJJ I], [!J @I] consigned p.m.a.m.testimony minutes After that the to for jury considering the morning an jury hour returned at and was 5:30 the:'15 to Assistant Peter nesses David Specially Enwall brought Morrison Public for had appointed testimony Defender 17 two, also wit-: CountyCommissioner

the courtroom at 6:43: for charged in the break-in, and i,
clarification of procedure and the defendant, Padgett, who
further instructions from testified in his own defense.
Of Their
New Funeral HomeSundayAug.11,1914 Judge Carlisle After con- Mrs. Baugess testified as to District 4
sidering the testimony of the security of the premisesand
itnesses until 7:30: p.m., Jury the manner in which eachof
)Foreman Donald Bagwell three doors were locked on
announced to the court that a the evening prior to the breakin. HAROLD E. WATERSIs

unanimous verdict could not She said that on the interested in the future of our county.
be reached. following morning when she
"In your opinion Mr. went to re-open the business
Bagwell, do you think that if that she noted that the hasp HAROLD E. WATERS
the court would allow you still had been pried from the rear
more time for considerationthat door of the building and that Will represent all the people of Bradford County.

From 3-5 P.M. a verdict could be she immediately called theSheriff's
office to the
reached? asked Judge report
Carlisle. breakin.An HAROLD E. WATERSIs

"No sir, I do not," Bagwellsaid. Inventory of the
premises disclosed that ap- a working man and knows the working man's problems.
Serving Union &
Surrounding Counties "In that event I declare a proximately 13 cases of beer, 6
mistrial in the case and order cartons of cigarettes, a gallon
the defendant be remandedinto each of pig's knuckles and HAROLD E. WATERSIs

the custody of the Sheriff sausages were missing, and running his own race and tells it like it is.
and the case be continued that a juke box had been
Archer Funeral under the same bond," spoke broken into and an undetermined

the Judge. amount of cash HAROLD E. WATERS
Padgett, who had been taken.
sentenced to five days in the Deputy Eunice, who in- Will listen to you. Talk to him.
county jail by Judge Elzie vestigated the break-in and
Home Sanders on two traffic charges conducted the follow-up, 4.'
testified that on February 8,
Wednesday, July 24, in
Bradford County Traffic 1974, Julius Lynn McKenzie
Court went to trial Thursday, on probation at the time for Harold WatersPAID
100 N. Lake Ave Lake Butler, Fla. July 25, in Circuit Court on the another offense committed in

B&E charge stemming from a Duval County admitted in an

"Within Your Means Now break-in on December 2, 1973, oral statement of his participation ( POL. ADV.)
Peace Of
Mind Always" at the Michigan Ranch and Implicated
located on SR-100, five miles Padgett and David Morrisonas
south of Starke. taking part in the break-in.

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