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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 19, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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96th Year. STARKE. FLORIDA 15 Cent
48th Issue Thursday June,in. 197s' COpy j jI
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small tornado, accompanied Thompson estimated damageat several screens were rippedoff Planning Ahead To Meet .: i'J
by hail, skimmedtree ,around $1500 windows. .. #, <
tops on the west side of .
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Crystal Lake about 2pm. Thompson said that if -the :. \ ,
Hep. Frank Williams, who .
Tuesday damaging roofs '
on u
tornado had touched down, '
couple of homes and knocking lives on the lake was talkingon in the would :
damage area
the phone, looked out of the
out power service briefly to
have been much
more severe.
(.'amp and the window and saw the funnel-
Keystone! Crystal Airport. shaped cloud passing over his Mass Needs Stressed t
home. A tree was blown over Electric service to the area ve;
Bradford County Civil on the Williams' home causing was quickly restored by Clay

Defense Director -Jerry minor damage to the roof andA Electric Cooperative. __ .
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DEMO COMMITTEE IGNORED? planning ahead to meet the "';.
"massive netels"Bradford
capital

"i41'ard T '$ County will face1

kelAppointed in the future was stressed

in the !final report Wednesday I-

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twSTARyl1 ''r feichard H, agreed ''to-::'f ommend "the'' into closed session at about 11 I Gainesville.
J ; Jtekel: ;\'v0'' nNBradEordeducator' names .. of );'.Jocke! and p.m. to discuss collective The need for
and. father of three KilpatrictCin' 'a post midnight bargaining matters. When the (
students in county schools, informal session the night of closed session ended around 1 the study on the
!4r"w has been appointed by Gov June 9. The board had held its a.m. a short discussion was 'keeping it,. ,:
Kfubin Askew to fill the regular monthly meeting held on what the board.would putting it to -
remaining 18 months ,of the earlier that night, then went (!See Page 7) a shelf-was among
four term to which
year' stressed by ''
[ resigned Siipt.; Jim 'Temple preparing the \'
P- ; ',was elected. Jockel Wants report which would ;
: .: The appointment was announced the county an :
: about 10:45: a.m. 40.000) had it not '
-; !'Tuesdays in a release
press by /federal grants. .
from the office of Gov. Askew. Harmony Restored the county's cost ( I
The names of Jockel and $3.500.: !\) ,
| Deputy Supt. W.L. Kilpatrick ., The five, areas
i rwere recommended,, for'' the of seriousness in concern to '
!! i-appointment last week by the ,his Richard desk Jockel accepting 40 sat at appearance the photo above).as his hand as d....int'l l hIIIl''

'school board and "Supt. congratulations and answering was wrung time and time "study, teams lire:
{Temple. The name of another the telephone again by fellow educators -A serious shlll'l I
i,local 'school administrator,' I Tuesday afternoon, trying to Former Gov. Charley Johns and middle !
Fire Chief Harry Green left( ) of the Bradford County Volunteer Fire Department keeps a ,ConnIe M. Clark, was grasp the fact he is going to beRICHARD dropped by Jockel'S office to. '-The rapid influx
close watch on a heavily laden tanker filled with gasoline. The volunteer firemen had Just recommended to the governorby offer congratulations. homes now ,
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completed wetting down the accident area to lessen the danger of explosion from the volatile the' BradfordCounty) "I 1 want to restore harmony new l'IIII\'l'III
cargo. The two trucks came to rest in the median strip of US-301, south of Lawtey. following a' Democratic CommitteeClark's .% among this stalf,'" was, the almost three to >
,::170<) font slide after impact. name was phoned to lirst thought the/., new -The prospect of :
'the governor's office Tuesday superintendent had. mining in \\ '
about 9 a.m., according to "j'I'; tturally. I'm pleased as within possibly the
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Democractic Committee punch. I'm stunned!" he years. I IAdministratioll
4 In 301 Crash 'Chairman' Guy Andrews. added. I
Injured : Andrews, had been promised Jockel had made it knownhe -
by .governor's office that
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would like to be superintendent. surance program
j< the recommendation of the
_. t at least l'orthe next IK prone ureas in the
\t r. cOJTlmltUf.: *would'' be, con- months( oi Temple's! term, lie -The expense
sidered! tin''tptiiyrtt4A doesn't, know if he'll run lor laining\ an ;;
1 '')! /\><\ name.. that ol of Bounty "roads
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Truck"LA .fJJt.jJ: 't 14 1'C'fh15C1'Y1' +tI' ;
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o.fPick 'UpGas Charles Francis was to be Kilpalrick "promised total) 'primary 1I. "It'm l
submitted to the governor. last support of ,"Ieke"II\ I had Department ol"/"'. t
-- week. But school board been appointed. I know and made the

V'I'Kl': Four persons! : Mlou-nun"ing pick up IruikvWre .III\\, hut! slopped l lo pickup a .Jacksonville, driving a IM! H unanimously members, agreed who had Bil'harduuld" have supported responsibility.Ululc ',
injured, two seriously: in which had slopped to pick up a hilch-lnker. Charles D.ividson. Chevrolet and lowing a 11)72) only the choice oJocke/ upon or .. t.. me fully OI I''t.'lI1jt
a lwi-vchicle accident on I I'S- hilch-hikcr. 70. ol Lu\\ICy. In pulling I I'l.Miioulh. Sulul'daul.I 1- Jockel came to liradlordC'ounly / homes area I1I'CI'SS
:mil I mile south ol Lee June while Kilpatrick. pulled Francis'name in I1J.;>K and I taught II lit lor man low
a L.iwlcv.1 According 'to a report I died beck onto the highway ternoon 14. before theirrecommendations / families
presenting
11eart'arradme's.alniut9a.nn... !i \"\ -| nioper I..1L: :Alanmnu ol driving a l IIIi-l Chevrolet lI'aH'linjhoulh\ on l'S-ill.::! thegovernor's >ear at the state, prison lie income '
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Thlll'sd"y. June I 12.:! when a the Florida Ilighwav I Palrol. pickup' I ruck, moved into the about t two miles south olMarke JOCKEL taught biology at Bradford tcrson I
office last
week. School Irom i loaded truck :Mack tankertruik. : lost control ol his High >
scmi-iias of Ii72! 7).C
\\illiam James l l.cc, ;.T;-1. i ol palls a
and '
Only Sup Temple fiscal
crashed I into therear ol .a. Uivvtey.1 traveling south on operated by ItobertSilcoN. vehicle on the. rain slickened Named by Governor on and was a science team l |In
24., ol Jacksonville.The'tanker highway 1 crossed the median Chairman Rodney (Hall\ had Tuesday veteran Bradford teacher at HI IS 1WM! : the county in the
:strip and into the northlxiundt been aware that Francis'name educator will assume In 1M! >4 Jockel was named conventional "
heavily laden t trallic lane of :ldl. I His two was in a sea led envelope superintendency July 1'1, principal at Hampton increase in value, :
50-Unit Apartment with a load ol gasoline could vehicles jackkmled into t the given school board members F.lemcntary School, and in rise mobile homes '
not IK.- brought to a stop in oncoming lli:1 l! : Dodge( drivenby lo present to the governor's superintendent of schools in I IM! >7 was named l the lirst in value thus \\
I lime to avoid hitting 1 the I Dan Uoss Shindlcbowcr. representative The envelopewas Bradford County director of the new middle assessed I value of
slower mm'inlo'ehicle\ The also ol' ..Ju'ksfII1IIIf.hil'h opened on the way to Veteran o17/' years in the !school\ In l'J72 :Supl.; Temple the county lor tax
';'- tanker owned by the Florida was pulling a homemade Tallahassee and Francis' Bradford/' sl'hooJ'S'stl'm as named Jockel director of Mobile homes also

Complex Proposed Hock and Tank Company, trailer. A I'al'injI'al'\ was resume was never submitted l science teacher principal, curriculum. energy dram .'
crashed! into the rear of the mounted l on the towed trailer lo the governor, the Telegraphhas and lor the past two sears Jockel holds continuing construction I i

Interest by a Gainesville including six-inch pipe, pickup truck and bothl'hiclell The resulting impact caused been told. director curriculum/ andinstruction. contract us a I teacher and maximum air '
development in pumping station, force main v traveled 370 feet after School board members .locket's\ lace !split principal. and heating.
constructing\ apartment company units two fire hydrants, and impact the impact before coming to a I s..t' '"iiK 7)>)> reported (they unanimously wideilh grins (despite his C!S4'e'age. \ 7)tf I Illustrating the

.just outside the west city .'lees providing the latter was stop in the median strip ol the ----- crease ol ,
limits ol Starke was disclosed not too expensive. The impact highway. Patterson said '(
Both drivers of the vehiclesand a 211!) cent
at t the City Council meeting lee is a charge now being r pt'r
Tuesday night by Ralph made by the city to help cover the Iwo passengers in the these units in Ih
.BI''all. real estate salesman. Ihe cost of pollution control.On pickup (truck were curried by ," during the past =
t a pipe line as large as six "rescue. ambulance to the it Irom 287 in l'J7U to
Bryan introduced Ronnie inches the cost has to be Bradford County Hospital Patterson said
Davis ol D.S. & :N. t
Development -
Driver I.ee and
negotiated and the Council passengerDavidson lieople in the low .
( 0.. and inquired if the
could not quote a figure I : were translorrcd lo ml'lImf.'brackl'ls \
city would allow: apartmentcomplex the Sh"lIds Teaching I Hospital
Tuesday night.111I'or able to al ford a '
which is interestedin
Commissioner in iamesville lor I undertreatment. home and arc
a site on Highway IIKIH'sll Charles Schaefer said the city I \Driver Silcox and' (. mobile home units :
i l, between the AdolphGay James Barber., IK. ol 1..1II' ,
would have\ the right to annex alternative due to ,
; and Olin :Mobile
property the Ihird : in Ihe
the area if it provided all passenger available rental
Homes to lie into the l'il"swall'r pickup trul'k'I'l'' released
services; and Davis, said he' study !showed that
and said sewer the svstcm.liryan had no objection to being Iron the hospital. alter being 18 months, 401
developersproposed annexed I and would do so treated. mobile homes
,lo pay all costs Davidson \\aKlolill
voluntarily. a patient issued, vv ith an '
Following the meeting 'l'ut."d"t. :Miands; intensivecare ol $5.340. as :>
.11"'t: ,?,,w.w' ", tnnew Bryan said no firm decision unit and Lee has Icon conventional h
1 1j, loan ( has lJl'l'n'mude by the admitted+ lor further treatment average' price of $
Jt developers! until costs are at Bradford County! Other problems .
known, but that he had a Hospital. nection with i mobile
: '. contract on sale ol the Because ol the danger of their !shorter life
,.. O(, \ explosion: : from the !gasoline r '
'''' property contingent upon y i from 12 to 1 15; \ )
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.... -.....>.>'' rezoning and other factors. 'tanker, the Bradford County etl''i failure to ,(
:'J:,", .. .. The site is presently owned by Volunteer Fire Department their proper
"if Emmett Gahagan, one ol the was summoned lo the accident ''en designated areall.Bradl"ord .
Powell estate heirs. scene. A tanker truck /<;4 fd:
COUNTY ZONING BOARD Bryan said'the developerswould Irom the City of Slarke Fire serious !shortage
County Courthouse apply to the CountyZoning Department doused the ace middle income
Tuesday June 24 Board next Tuesdayfor cidenl. III'l'aith water "to n'r' ." terson said, and
7:30pm. a change in zoning from lessen the explosion' danger. ., 1 been adequate use
the K1A (residential! Damages ol $8IMKIl'I't')
----- present housing programs
listed l on the Mack'tru'k and Democratic Committee members voted by secret ballot another school administrator Richard II. Jockel. The school
UNION COUNTY to Kl.: permitting multiple need. He pointed
family dwellings. $-IIKKllor the pickup.A :Monday night to recommend School Administrator Connie board Supt. Temple and Atty. Gene Shaw presented the according to the
Building Program Clark a member of the committee/ of Jockel and to the
Friday.Jun 20 It is proposed to build from charge of careless drivingis \ be appointed lo replace1 names Deputy Supt..W.L. Kilpalrick 40 per cent or.
730pm.: 40 to 50 units initially, with an. pending against driver I.t..... resigned Sujvt.Jim Temple. Receiving the appointment from Governor last.week. (See Page )
ultimate goal of W. Jerald! I I.. Craig, of the Governor's office1 Tuesday morning, however was
DOWNTCTWNDEVELOPMENT

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Chamber Commerce Office of Waste Disposal On Private Land Recommended By Ei ngineers. ,



Thursdav.June1'7p.m.UNION secondary treatment Six 'other alternative alternate system "advanced this\ purpose and perhaps as deplete oxygen in water, longer dump effluent from the Cost of the project will be
._---- system with effluent disposalby methods of bringing Starke's waste treatment with effluent high as 250 acres including resulting in fish kills.. disposal system into alligator- paid by 75 per cent in Federal
COUNTY irrigation on private land 'sewage disposal and waste disposal by high-rate land- buffer zones. The planning area en creek, funds and 25 percent local
COMMISSION to be the most "cost treatment to standardsnow sprf.'adingWIII quoted in The effluent is now going compassed by the proposedsewer funds. It Is projected that
appears up
First night effective" alternative, for demanded by the En- excess of $3 million into Alligator Creek and since project is approximately AL. Crosby Jr., chairman plans will be ready within two
meetingTuesday solving Starke's vironmental Protection nutrients are not being seven square of the City Zoning Board years with construction
June 24 disposal pre ,....ns. sewage Agency (Federal)) and the Under the privately owned removed in the present miles roughly double the asked what would happen if' .started in 1979-80.
S p.m, Department of Pollution irrigation system, the city system of treatment there is present area of Starke whichis the city failed to comply and Following the hearing, the
Data supporting this con Control (Slate) were rejectedby would pump effluent from the evidence of eutrophication in'' about three and a' half, was told by a representativeof Council heard the first
cu: _.. clusion was presented by the engineers as either too plant into the system where it Rowell and Sampson Lakes square miles.According the State Department of reading of an ordinance
Hammock. Ruckman & costly or not feasible for other would be sprayed on land the engineers said. to projections by ,Pollution Control that raising present tap on fees for :
the (OJummunituStair!
condition the populationin development in the area could water and and
Associates- Jacksonville reasons. owned by a private individual Eutrophication is a the engineers sewage settinga
> Sank 'engIneering firm retained by Construction cost ,of the growing crops that Would where an overabundance of the planning area will be be halted by refusal of DPC to scale of impact fees. Two
I/o, the City of Starke,to design 'Irrigation system on private" benefit from I such fer- nutrients discharged into a 7.586 by the year 1995 permit an y additional sewer more readings11'\ be )
..'_....-.3M.vSlU.. and seek funds i for the $1 'land was -estimated at $1.2 tilisation., The engineers take or stream results in New Federal pollution connections or a fine up to> necessary before the'' final.
,p.eiv.a o.s.w" e..w Inwr.s.s" c.ra million-plus project at a million.. while construction of stated that a tract of at least dense growth of plant life.The standards have set a deadline $5,000 per day could be Imposed adoption, and the ordinance t
public hearing Tuesday night. the, only other acceptable IM Acres would be needed for ,1 decay ,of this growth may after which the city can no .' would be effsUveJan 1.JULIAN .-,, ?

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48th Issue Thursday, June 19,1975, Copy i
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I small'! tornado Tornado, ac- Thompson Hits estimated Crystal damage several LakeA screens were rippedcompamed Planning Ahead.. To Meet '

oy hall skimmed al arouna 51500: off windows. :
tree tops on the west side ofCrysl11
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Luke about 2pm. Thompson said that if the t'\1 I
Frank Williams who
Hep.
Tuesday damaging roofs on a tornado had touched down
lives on the lake was talkingon
couple of homes and knocking damage in the area would
the phone looked out of the
out service briefly to
power have been much more severe.
and the window and saw the funnel-
Camp Crystal
Keystone! Airport. shaped cloud passing over his Massive Needs Stressed
home. A tree was blown over Electric service to the area t
Bradford County Civil on the Williams' home causing was quickly restored by Clay

I'lenxe Director .It.rrv. nm minor_ damaee_ __ to__ the____ n roof___. _and____ Electric Coooerative.. .
1 The importance of ,
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DE:WMO COMMITTEE IGNORED? planning ahead to meet the
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!$ 7 "massive nl't'Cls"Bradford
{; ? : 'ww capital

t l* "{ifiiard): Joclkel Appointed in the future County was will stressed face

in the final Wednesday
'14? ii dEtrp',. r report !-
I June 11, of the

land use study prepared ,

New: *School. System Head Urban-Regional for the county by the" \

> jj Development Center in V
STAIxtC"F.Richard: '! H. agreed "tO'"r commend "the into closed session at about 11 Gainesville.The v
JRT Jrckel;4 vqVeratw( BradfordEducator' names :" of;;(Jockel: andKilpatrick' p.m. to discuss collective need for '
and.fattier of three tJia post midnight bargaining matters. When the continuing
students in county schools, informal session the night of closed session ended around I the study on the loc'alll'VC'I, ,
has been appointed by Gov. June 9. The board had held its a.m. a short discussion was keeping it updated, and

S t Keubin 'Askew to fill the regular monthly meeting held on what the board.would putting it to use-not stored ana
remaining 18 months of the earlier: that night, then went (St-e Page 7> shelf-was among the points
four ,year term to which stressed by the, team
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; f resigned Supt: Jim Temple preparing the voluminous '

: ',was elected. Jockel Wants report which would have cost
,- The appointment was announced the county an estimated $::1fI..
:L : about 10:45: a.m. 40.0UO\ had it not boon financedby
'- Tuesday' in a press release federal grants.'iActually.
from the office of Gov Askew. the cost,
county's was only
Restored'
Harmony
The names of Jockel and $:j.5oo.\ .
3 3L Deputy Supt.: W.L. Kilpatrick The l five' areas of mujorl'onl''rn

1. 'were recommended for the Richard Jockel, 40, sat at appearance of seriousness in to Bradford County ,
appointment last week by the the above) his defined! htill' land
"his desk accepting photo as hand as .use
/school board and
Supt. '
congratulations and answering was wrung lime and time study loams; areA :
Temple. The name of another the telephone ,again by fellow' educators. serious shortage\ : of low

;local 'school administrator, Tuesday afternoon, trying to Former Jov. Charley Johns' ,,and middle income housing.Tho .
Fire Chief Harry Green (tlefO'of) the Bradford County Volunteer Fire Department keeps a -'Connie, M.'' Clark was grasp the fact he is going to be dropped by' Jockcl's! office to.. '- rapid influx of mobile
close! watch on a heavily laden tanker filled with gasoline. The volunteer firemen had just! recommended to the governor olfer congratulations. homes now outnumbering
completed welting down the accident area to lessen! the danger of explosion from the volatile by the- Committee my "I want to restore harmony new conventional homes '
cargo. The two trucks came to rest In the median strip of US-301, south of Lawtey, following a'' Democratic : among this staff," was, the almost three lo one, .
,::170 foot slide after Impact. lark's: name was phoned to lirst thought the,'; new -Tho prospect of ,phospliate
e the governor's office Tuesday Bradford
superintendent had. mining in southwest
about ,9 a.m., according to Ili ,IoM. within the
f "Naturally. I'm pleased as possibly, : next: Iwo
Democractlc Committee
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punch.! I'm 'stunned!" he I
years.
,4Inuredln 301 Crash' Chairman' Guy ,Andrews.AndrewXhad '. added. --Administration of the newledcrallysubsidrcd
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been
.. promisedby Jockel/ had made, it knownhe insurunoe
the overnor's office that
r would like to be superintendent. program I'or Hood-
the of the
., ; recommendation at least lor I the next IK prone areas in Iho county
'" i iL' i" C. J'Imllt( &would i\'I-' ,- ,be, conl.j&Ajf.t&ttrOv months of Temple's term. He The expense ol main
M I aide J'edI"""
doesn't know it he'll run lor lainmg ul1l1lld.llinnul4 miles
< ->f f". ,! name.-.t that of ,, a'4' ClI''uun roads
\ recently
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Of Truck TftraJlfordHiftn'VrinCfpal' \ l" :t\ : 1 :"""'AmJ': : !r".1\ "'t.t\WI\ l-Vr"WMW>fcllff WWW1W4W'M4*** *t,(Mfift *t6
PickUpGas !Charles Francis, was to be Kflpulriok 'promised total pr1marsystem by' the. rI
submitted to the last
governor. I ol ion
support of Jockel. 1\\ I had Department Transporlal I
., 1 week. But school board been appointed I know and made the county's

1.\\\'I'E1' Four persons! slow-moving pick up( Iruik .tilt. had slopped lo pickup Lihtchhiker ./Jacksonville driving alIiII\!) unanimously members; agreed who had Richard would have supported responsibility.
1 I Charles David Chevrolet and UIj2\ upon me fully." \\hilo agreeing lhal mobile,
\ \e1'eInlumedt\ost.i'iously'in xhiehladslopptrllopickti| | ( n lowing only the choice of Jockel '
a Iwo-vehicle accident on I'Shitchhiker.. !suit 70. ol 1,1Icy. In pulling I'l.v mouth. Sulul'duul. or Jockel came to Bradford homos are a necessary\ of/ .
Francis'
:mi a mile south ol L.iwlcy. According lo a report diednear 1 Uuk onto the'highway, Lee! ternoon June 14. hilt'u'al'ling Kilpatrick before pulled their County in l 11111;; and taught a lilt' for.. many low and middle
'Carradinc's.about. Chevrolet ( south on l'S-301.: name presenting your ill the stale prison. He income candies John I'ultei'unlof
\ ( by 'I 11 rooper [1..1(:. :Shouting of driving a 1974 recommendations to the '
Thursday, June' '12. when a |the| Florida! Highway Patrol pickup (ruck, moved into the about two miles south of governor's office last week. RICIIARD JOCKKL taught\ biology at Bradford the KDC's I housing
lost control tlf' his High School from Itloli-ttili' ;;! ,! :). I'>section said they presented!
tanker :
Mack Murko.
loaded semi-gas/ ( ruckillmm .lames/ l.ce, ;:;4. olcrashed l faith> ol u'i2\!) : Only Temple undt.'hail'man
Supl.
into tht rear ol a l.awtey. (raveling south on truik. operated by KobertSilcox. vehicle on the rain slickenedhighway Named by Governor on and was a science(' team potential liscal problems' toIhecounl.v
Hall had
24., ol, Jacksonville. ', crossed the median Rodney Tuesday, veteran Bradford teacher ill BUS l'.H>:i-i4. in'.hclulurc.hilc
strip, and info (he northlxmiulI been aware thut Francis'name educator will assumesuperintendency In Hli4( Jockel' was named convenlionul homos usuallyincrease
The tanker, heavily laden I lI'ullic lane ol :ltd( I. His Iwo was in a sealed envelope July I. principal al Hampton In value as' pricesrise ;
50-Unit Apartment with a load of gasoline, could vehicles jackknifed inlo (he given school board membersto Klemenlary: School and in mobile homes dcprecialc 1
not Ix. brought to a stop in oncoming l)7l!) : l Dodge driven present to the governor'srepc'esentalive. superintendent of schools in lHiiIIS! named (he first in value, thus lowering the
lime lo avoid hitting the bv !Dan Ross Shindlchowcr, The envelope Bradford County, director ol I the new middle assessed l value ol properly in
slower 1110'ing'l'hicle.. The also ol Jacksonville/ which was opened on the way to Veteran of 17 years in theBradford school. In H)72!) Supt Temple the county lor lax purposes
Complex ProposedInterest tanker owned by the Florida was pulling a homemade Tallahassee and Francis'resume school"S'stl'm as named Jockel' I director!I ol Mobile homes also present! auenergy
Hock and Tank Company trailer. A racing car was wail never submittedto science teacher, principal curriculum. drain liocausc I their
.a. ,..a.Including. crashed into the rear of the mounted on the lowed! trailer the governor, the Telegraphhas and for the past Iwo yearsdirector Jockel holds continuing construct t ion requires

by a Gainesville: six-inch pipe pickup truck and both The resulting impact causedISec been told. of curriculum and contract as a teacher and maximum air conditioning
in pumping station torce main. vehicles traveled 370 feel after School hoard members instruction. JiK'kel's lace split principal. und healing.
development company the before to Pant' ) they unanimouslythis wide with grins (despite his the increase
constructing apartment units Iwo lire l hydrants and impact Impact coming a IMc I'ag il Illustrating rapid
( the latter in the median strip of the of mobile homes
just I outside (he west city fees providing was stop
limits of Slarke was disclosed not too expensive. The impactfee highway. Patterson said there h..III.11..
al the City Council meetingTuesday Is a charge now being Both drivers of the vehicles a :21!\\I!) per com increase I in
night by Ito lphBryan made by the city to help cover ,and (he Iwo passengers in the these! units in Iho county
real estate salesman. the cost of pollution control pickup (truck were carried by during the ,past t lour ('urll-
on) a pipe line as large as six rescue ambulance to the 7)t from 287 in 1U70! lo !lIIlnI71./! .
Bryan introduced Ronnie inches the cost has to be Bradford Counlv Hospital. l'alll'l'son said t that niainyIx'opie
Davis of' DS. & :N. Development negotiated and the Council Driver !Lee and passenger in the low and middle1'
(
( 0.. and inquired if the Davidson were transferred loIheShands
would allow could not quote a figure income brackets are no longer
city apartment
Teaching Hospital
Tuesday night. able lo ullord a conventionalhomo
complex which is interestedin Mayor Commissioner in iaines\ille: tor further. und are turning lo
a site on I Highway KM) 1 Driver
Charles Schaefer said the city treatment. Silcox and mobile homo units as the only '
C'l'SlI between the Adolphiay would have\ the right lo annex dames BarlxT.. 18. ol !Easley, alternative duo lo n lack of,
(: property and! Olin :Mobile the ihird the
the area if it provided all passenger) in available rental property. I His
Homes lo lie into (the city's pickup (Irul'k. released '
and Davis. said he wore
services,
hludhho"'l'd that in the 1
l 'A 4 ai past 1'
wafer and sewer system.Bryan \ to Iron) the hospital alter being lM
; had no objection beingannexed IH months! 401 permits lor ,
said the
developers roiled.
and would do so ( mobile homos had boon
proposed to pay all costs voluntarily.Following. Dot idson \\illitolill a (mllent issued with an average price I
al l Sham intensive
the mooting. Tuesday
ol $5.340. as against 132:
'-'1wvre.e'iiIleWarn Bryan said no firm I decision euro tunic and !.l'l' has liooiladmitted conventional homes with an t
rterw has boon made bth(' lor further treatment average price of $19.470. .
developers until costs are nl Mradlord County Other problems in connection
known but that ho had a Hospital. with mobile homes are
contract on sale ol the Because! 'of (ho danger/ of i their shorter life expectancy

property contingent upon explosion Iron the gasoline i Irom 12 lo r I;; years)I. and the
rezoning and other factors. tanker' the Bradford County n failure to adequately plan for
The site is presently owned by Volunteer Fire Departmentwas their proper placement in r
Y 1I Emmett: Uahagan one of the summoned to the accident 1 .e?' (designated areas.Bradford .
Powell estate heirs. scent. A tanker ruck( !.ti' County has u
COUNTYZONING BOARD Bryan said the developerswould Irom the ( .Itof Starko I Fire serious shortage of low and
County Courthouse apply to the County Department doused t the accident '- '""., middle income: homes Patterson Ji
Tuesday, June 24 Zoning Board next Tuesday area with wafer ;lo ": 1L: said and there has not
7:30p.m. for a change in zoning from lesson the explosion danger.Damages w r :, ::4, ,,. .. !I l been adequate use of Federal

----- the present HIA residential( ) listed on the Itlack'I'ruck of sa.OINI'I'l') ,and Democratic: Committee members voted by secret ballot another school administrator Richard H. Jockel. The school housing programs to fill this
UNION COUNTY to lU.: permitting multiple need. He out that,
family dwellings.It $4.INM' lor the pickup. :Monday night to recommend School Administrator Connie 'board.' Supt. Temple and Ally Gene Shaw presented the pointed
the 1970
Building ProgramFridayJune is proposed to build from charge of careless driving Clark a member of the committee: be appointed to replace' names of Jockel and Deputy Supt..W.L.. Kilpatrick to the according to /Bradford census
20 cent of.
40
resigned Supt.Jim Temple. Receiving the from Governor last week. per
7 JO 40 lo SO units initially with an i is pending against t driver 1.1'.. appointment
: p.m. (Nee Page 7)
the Governor's office' /(
----- ultimate goal of wr. Jerald I.. Craig, of Tuesday morning however, wasalternate

DOWNTOWNDEVELOPMENT



Chamber Commerce Office Waste Disposal On Private'Iand Recommended By Engineers ; I


Thursday June"
7p.m. A secondary treatment Six other alternative system, "advanced purpose and perhaps as deplete oxygen in water longer dump effluent from the Cost of the project, will be
.----- system with effluent disposalby methods of bringing Starke's waste treat mem with effluent high as 250 acres including resulting in fish kills. disposal system into alligator paid by 75 per cent in Federal
UNION COUNTY irrigation on private land ''sewage disposal and waste disposal by high-rate land- buffer zones. Theplanning area en- creek. funds and 25 percent local
,' COMMISSIONFirst appears to be the most "cost treatment up to standardsnow spreading: was quoted in The effluent is now going compassed by the proposedsewer funds. It is projected that
night effective" alternative for demanded by the En- excess of $3 million. into Alligator Creek and since project is approximately AL. Crosby Jr.. chairmanof plans will be ready within two
meetingTuesday. solving Starke's sewage vironmental Protection: nutrients are nol being seven square the City Zoning Board years with construction t
June 24 disposal pro ,..,ns. Agency I Federal) and the Under the privately owned removed in the present miles roughly double the asked what would happen if started in 197980.
'p.m, Department of Pollution irrigation ,system the city system of treatment there is present area of Starke, which the city failed to comply and Following the hearing, the
Data 'supporting this con Control State) were rejectedby would pump effluent from the evidence of eutrophication In' is about three and a' half, was told by a representative Council heard the first
Con: .., clusion was presented by the engineers as either too plant into the system where it Rowell and Sampson Lakes, square miles.According of the State Department of reading of an ordinance
Hammock Ruckman & costly: or not feasible for other would be sprayed on land the, engineers said. to projections by ,Pollution Control that raising present tap on fee for
QJIjr" CCatntnuniti] Associates' Jacksonville' ,reasons. owned by a private individual Eutrophication Is a condition the engineers the populationin development in the area couldbe water and sewage, and setting
$latr..atlkUj. 'engineering firm retained by Construction cost of (the growing crops that would where an overabundance of the planning area will be halted by refusal of DPC to ,a scale of Impact fees. Two ,j I
!. the City of Starke.to design ,.irrigation system, on private Benefit from such fertilisation. nutrients discharged into a 7.586 by the year 1995. permit an y additional sewer more readings ,will b..
.._...;-- and neck fund I for, the It land ,was 'estimated at $1.2, The engineers;i take or stream results in New Federal pollution connections\ or a fine up to necessary: before the final i
,Pefer"" 0.as.e t.sweNw 1.--. c:.... million-pius 'project at a million' while construction of stated that a tract of at least ,,dense growth of plant life.The standards have set a deadline $5,000 per day could be im adoption, and the ordinance I '
public hearing Tuesday night .the, only other acceptable IM Jcres would be needed for "* decay: of this ,growthmay after which the, city can no posed. would be effective Jaa, I,.iflffc: ,e,

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Jayne Hardy Honored At Coke PartyMiss 4..

Jayne Hardy, August 2 guests on the patio were Mrs.. ff I-jJ{{ WJfeJ!
bride-elect of David Menden- John C. Greene, Mrs. Harold
hall, was honored at a coke Godwin, Mrs. George Pierce,
party on Saturday morning Mrs. John Harold Andrews .r 0 .
given by Mrs. S. G. Denmarkand Mrs. James V. Crosby andMrs. jlaJ'jJ lfooty Soclmly {;Jitor 964.7608 -:
Mrs. H.M. Hatcher, Jr. at Dudley Hardy. ... ...
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the home of the latter on East Those assisting in the kitchen -- -------------------------- -- -- -

Call Mrs.street.Denmark greeted the Mrs.were L Mrs..N. Pickering Charles ,Darby Mrs., Landa Thornton And Robert Koistinen _Mrs Chandler Honored .

guests at the door and Mrs. Charles Hardy, Mrs. Vernon
Hatcher presented them to Silcox and Mrs. L.F., Dinkins. Repeat Nuptial Vows At Pine Level 'At Retirement' Luncheon

Miss Hardy and her mother, The honoree and her mother ___ '
Mrs. J.E. Hardy.Multicolored were presented with rose cor- bordered with coral lace and Mrs. Altemease Chandlerwas ; County. Chambers, who
roses were in a sages and the hostesses also the punch bowl was encircledby honored at a retirement Mrs. Joyce aide at
as an
crystal bowl in the foyer and presented Miss Hardy with a leather leaf fern which also luncheon by the staff of Starke has resigned Elementary School to
white shasta daisies were in serving piece to her chosen formed a cascade down the Elementary School on June' 10 Starke in the fall was
crystal basket in the. living- china. in the school cafeteria. enter college
center front. The baskets Mrs.
a gift by
A color also presented
scheme of and
room. Two hundred guests were carried by the bridal at- green Kittles from the
Mrs. Neil Tucker and Mrs. invited to call between the tendants were in frontof white was carried out in the Eveline
Edith Goodman One Wiggins invited the hours of ten and twelve the candelabra placed on the decorations with roses on each faculty.
guests to the refreshment o'clock. bride's table and in front of table of the U-shaped forma-
Thomas KynardEngagement table. Mrs. TC. Hazen, Jr., the punch bowl. Serving punch tion. Programs made by' Needle Point ShowAt
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, Mrs. Olin Terri Crawford were Mrs. Tommy Purvis and students of the. school were'
Told White and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Mrs': Jerald Baldwin. presented. Magic NeedleMrs.
handed out plates and Celebrates3rd Assisting as floor hostesseswere Guests were welcomed by
and Mrs. Robert W Mrs. Sarah Schultz C.C.
napkins,
Misses Cynthia Ann '
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald V.
Milner, Jr assisted with the' BirthdayTerri Beth Davis, Karen Anderson Charles Francis A.J, Barry is
Goodman of East Palatka, Jackson
food at the table. and Carl E, Clark, principals presenting a needlepoint showat
former Starke residents, Gibson, Donna Thornton,
announce the engagement of The dining room table was Crawford celebratedher t.. Suzanne Thornton, Priscilla under whom Mrs.; Chandlerhas her Magic Needle Shop on
e
covered with white lace and worked, spoke Bessent road June 14-21.!
a paying
third birthday Stalnaker and
their daughter, Edith Saturday Kalhy Starling.
Hochelle, to Thomas John embroidered cloth and was afternoon at a party given by 'y a4. Following a wedding trip to tribute to the quality of
teacher Mrs. Chandler has entries
centered with an arrangementof Needlepoint on
her the
Kynard son of Mrs. Louise parents Mr. and Mrs. mountains the couplewere
multicolored roses in a e -Ijecn for 37 years. Mrs. Zip- display will come from
Crawford, at their
Kynard of Palatka and the Larry honored at a receptionand
bowl. Silver held Jennings and Miss Mae Palatka Jacksonville
crystal trays porah
,late Fred Kynard. home on Hampton Lake. open house given by thegroom's
dainty sandwiches and Francis Jenkins presented the Gainesville and Lake Butleras
Miss Goodman graduatedfrom Mr. and
desserts. parents honoree with a personal gift of well from Starke. Three
Palatka South High Donald Duck invited the l Mrs Clifford V. Koistinen in as
Mrs. Vernon Reddish, Mrs. little guests to swim with him appreciation from the staff. out-ol-town judges will
School. She is employed in the Roseville, Mich on Saturdayand
P
Levon Andrews, Mrs. Carl and Terri and then rr Guests included Mr. present awards. The best-of-
office at Florida Furniture (enjoy Sunday, June 14 and 15. ;
Hurst and Mrs. LE. Andrews cokes cake and ice crc>im. After June 18 the couple will Chandler,! Mrs. Gloria Mc- show award of $25 will be
Inc.Mr. invited the guests into the Faddcn, Mrs. Chandler's determined by the viewers
Kynard. a 1970 graduateof : be residing at 315 Kerby
An The 18 little friends were daughter: retired teachers of
family room. arrangementof vote.
Palatka South High SchoolIs ''zj Arlington, Texas where both
favors of balloons
and maidenhairwas given Starke Elementary School enthusiasts
marigolds Needlepoint are
employed by Walls Electricof a focal point. candies and special 1 Donald are students at Arlington and members of the adminis- encouraged to a tlend.i" .
Palatka. Serving cokes were Mrs. Duck book. N xJ Baptist, Schools. trative staff of Bradford
A fall wedding is being Wilbur Waters, Mrs. H.M. Among the guoslsvoie : ,
planned. Hatcher, III, Mrs. Lee Terri's grandmother Mrs j '
Akridge, Miss Sandra Betty Register, also Mis. : ll .Co. :;
Mr. and Mrs Leonard Huggins, Mrs. Randy Johns Alice Register and Mrs t \ Denmark:Ffrrti t ure:
and son, Josh, of Freeman Register. Ill
Dugger Mrs. Tommy Chastain and
Orlando were weekend guestsof Miss June Hardy. Others who Mrs. Gene Gordon assisted: : P .
1 -.r :/
r'n.,.. Mr...Fn.r* and Mrs. Larry assisted in caring for the in serving. 1j ,q{ ) ; SalePrices : .

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The Pine Level tapcis. Palms! and two large :
Baptist 'Thomatcillt-Slanley : 'TtllClty' Lo'ZBoClayton; Marctu *$$Y"
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\ Church was the setting lor the standing containers holding ,
,,', '.';'.' ... marriage; of Miss Landa Joye coral gladioli, white car
WATCH 'I hornlon 1 ,daughter of Mr. and nations yellow and unite
Mrs Venue 10 'I'hoi'nlon of daisies, orange stutice and We Still Have An Excellent Selection Of' La-
: : Staike to Robert John bal>\"s' breath Ilanked the -Boy I,
FOR Koislinen, son of !Mr. and Mis.' aith Kcich: church window
':'. Clifford V, Koislinen olKosexille was decorated with a single I
; Mich '. lighted taper and greenery. Rec ina-Rocker SALE PRICED FROM $17900 ,
OUROPENING Rev Gary Wheeler youth Along the railing of the alter
performed the were garlands of I lily-of-the .. '
pastor nup- "
: LY '
---__ tials on Monday, June 9,. alS, ,, valley and live-branch candelabra ff.,1.; -Used y.5r''r' :: LARGE. ASSORTMENTJHMW .
4 im each I rout corner. ; ;; SIFI'0SLEEH.1"" ';" ,;

pm.Paul Faulkner,. organist Richard Whl'ell'r.be. ved as k; ..,. ,' .. ., .. ;,, .d: PILLBWS. >> .-.,,'
.. t'1' :; / .. ,: I.g .
jandJVIiss, :; ,'lqyceBiaiin/ to l best, mail Ushers, wore f (CEowf'I J...: tIJ\I. "YOUR CHOICE' H' 4*' : '
Malshall) llughey and M.U'lon .r.8"I'; :
. soloist presented a 1'l'ogl'a.
. SOON! of nuptial! music,- ". ..". 'I'hoi'nlon. cousins of the bride. .-i!\ .,...\\CONDI11ttft. ., '*" #. ;* VALUES TO,'3" ,$100 I

The 1 alter was centered wit Carrying I the lings on a Heart
-, a while arch candelabra* shaped hite satin pillow was 4 piece Oak Grain, TUXEDO
l'nl wined with Iilyofthef'ulley Blame Thornton cousin of the
Span SOFA ft TUB
>hSyna' FOLDS DOWN INTO
\ and held white burning bride, BEDROOM SUITE
Miss Charlotte Whitehead A BEDI
served as maid of honor. She CHAIR
$19995 $1 QQ95
wore a floor length gown of ONLY BLUE GREEN & RED VELVET 9 9
coral Hocked sheer with white .., ,
daisies over coral talfeta witha "" ( CURIO-CHROME. BLACK VINYl"
mandarin collar and V- '

Come discover a necklme.circular Her piece headpiece of flocked was .; BNTCNEL, ; BLKK' '', : BAR'' WITH ,2 STOOLS
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sheer held in place by a daisyof
the same material She '.Rea-e9! .r n i-iHW;_ ; : $71IS, 'R.a.169" S139'S
carried! a while spring basket
the new of yellow and white daisies BROYHILL PIECE
<"i .'.f \" r! exciting orange) statiee, and baby's BAHAMA

breath with white streamers. BEDROOM SUITE Reg 699' LOUNGE WITH TABLE
!MissTia Thornton and Miss ROW
,.; thathasforyou Crystal Thornton, sisters of GREEN FINISH WITH BLUE QUILTED
beautymakers the bride, !served as BAMBOO TRIM BEAUTIFUL' $54995 ONUY $4 CQ95
bridesmaids, Rhonda Sue HARDWARE COVER flog M79" | 5I5|

Alvarez !served as flower girl. -. '
All were attired !similar to the tpiNaIPYPChaa.. I Tell.Clty'i'iii .
Merle Norman honor attendant and carried ; .
only :
similar baskets of lloweis. ? 4. < ; LAR E,; ,' ,COCKERS. \ URGEixssss
The bride, given' in .J.j4.., r t' "s. .I'" '''
$ ,'
marriage by her father wore "
IrRed.2''' if..t Mw'r.' 15 SELECTION
:
I a white satin gown overlayedwith : *
lace featuring a Peter
Pan collar l tilted bodice and EARLY AMERICAN FRENCH 4 PIECE

long lace sleeves that terminated SOME PIECES AVAILABLE IN WHITE & GOLD)
at the wrists. 'The SOFA
PRINT FABRIC .
'
Reg .59.
gown was handmade by the BEDROOM SUITE
groom's mother Her floor 0
Reg. 319 $24995
length.eil of illusion, edged NOW FRUITWOOD FINISH NOW $3191

with matching lace, was .
'I'l'm'l'l1 white >/ rrfeMnd.Wavk .. ,"I I' '
: by a forget-me- : APIECE THOMASVILLE. :
nol headpiece. She carried a i
imsegay of yellow and white '\iIAa( s.\- 1EBit11MsrItE'rr : 'I
; ; : ::
lnsies.: orange slat ice, baby's aNN
breath and lace with white 4Ii\ : ; ; ." _". ;$fiQO95
11'I'k.O streamers. .S.",SELECTIIN.. _'' ."R.1799.1117oq>are _; '
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1 / .\ reception was held in the
] church educational buildingu 90" 'REDWOOD
here( palms and other potted

jilanls i ; were. place. at points ofIIIU'I"'St. SOFA ft CHAIR Reg. '899'0 PICNIC TABLES

i ; :Mis. Lucille Johns greeted NYLON I FABRIC ONLY $CJQ95 ;"Whit. ..unt.I.."
the guests at the door.
ATTACHED PILLOW BACK lea
t Matuling:; ; in the receiving line Cream Churn

1'i \\ their uue parents the. bride and and bridal groom attendants F ; ,..r.-' .: \ !f. ,.vv Plush.,::"lltLISI ..." STYLES

The receiving line : :f! \'2Ft.:LIVINfi: ROMI 'sliTE'DOOR..y.
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b\cMld\( under two large wedding .. .l ,... ... ,,,. ... -. ... '- ,. ., .
bells with coral and white -
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}PER SOFT CUSHION.
: :siie.imeis. BEAUnRUC cANWWG .. ,*U *
lp t'\ lit hiu Thornton cousin of ';I/ w\..' } 1 it.." 'J34* '' 'HW gg995

the bride, kept the guest book
2 PIECE
3 PIECE
at a table covered with a floor

I length with ecru an, arrangement cloth and centered of LIVING ROOM SUITE LIVING 'ROOM. SUITE Reg'HI
MSfl"
I handmade coral sheer and DECORATIVE TWO-TONE -BACK CHAIR LO-BACK '
Free Gift taffeta daisies with white $34995 '' SOFA GREEN ,$9QQ95
VINYL.
Now for c BLUE VELVET CH's:
Be our guest a mustn't-miss beauty experience you-our Open 1 feathers. Reg. 399" STYLING'r J9 IOTM
and %: House to celebrate all the new, just-arrived Merle Norman ; .
receive a The bride's' table .
petit llacon of \ p 'f products! Come see new color highlights for your face, covered, with coral taffeta was and >'if!YU"' ." .r r.i.:. .....l'flj'Jr/ : '4f::., \,f'J' ..R :"PIECES .
Merle Norman a shades for and and Plus the debut skirted with gathered
new lips fingertips more. a ,, "
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exquisite, newChatelaine R of f Merle I t r orman's magnificent t new perfume f Chatelaine t I overlay of the coral flocked t 'f. 7''P- !1'f : TNNYMENOesTMNiI I
perfume sheer. A five branch can-, .
while supplies last, Ask our Beauty Advisor for your complimentary make-up delabra flanked the three 1""':' rics'dTe.' .......fi.t;\ ftlE't l '.ILII.CI..E' \ ':)\ ,.. .t .
so hurry lesson, too. Only at Merle Norman, the beauty place I tiered wedding cake with the fMIMe. \

'. bottom heart-shaped consisting cakes, .and of four the 'IT. 'S' A FACT TOUCAN DO' BETTER

mERLE nORm An COSmETIC STUDIO top held a hand-made beaded r"flSI AT .. .

oval with a bride and groom ..
inside a .gift of the bride's 'J' X11 ', < .;? I I.

117 South Thompson : 'aunt. Leather the table leaf and fern made bordered a. .. i'.: ; .. rI FUr i.rioJCo :o Sto.. "r ;" J .

cascade down the front of the D-= ,; .
cloth. Serving the cake was < ); ..' .\
Mrs. Clyde Hughey and Mrs. .

'Starke : Jimmy Thornton.. *l- ,- .. '.. ".,. _C'I'. '. I." ,".."....1. ......, ., ,M' *.' ..t
covered The "punch with an table ecru cloth was,, : '*v CALL !dr "''.. L.\ 'PHONf a1.6af: a.n.:. ,.T. ;SfAIKL.rIORi. : .A, t'I'..." .I''


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Cathy Wood Starke Jaycees

Honored At Hold Installation

Bridal ShowerMiss Banquet SaturdayJohn la 0 A ,

Cathy Wood was a4'r K. Smith was installed
president of the' Stark
Jaycees Saturday night at
their annual installation,
banquet held at the Woman's
CHEVROLET
Club of Starke. OLDS
r Robert Foster, past district
president installed the
following officers to serve
t
i I. r NT J' with Mr. Smith: internal vice-
.4 president, Walt Wcscollj;,;
external vice-president, '
: Robert Ward; secretary, Proud To Announce"THAT
+ Robert Foster; treasurer,
Dale Brown; directors,
Richard Odom, John L.
Bradley,Jr. and Glen Harris. WE HAVE BEEN AWARDED THE
: Jim Lawson, outgoing
president! presented two
awards, one for outstanding
Jaycee of the year to Robert B. F. GOODRICHTire
Foster, and for outstanding
projects chairman to John R.

Smith.Three honorary plaqueswere

/ ,Carl awarded L. Johns to and Bill Carlton Wilson Franchise For

Craft:,,

Mr and 'Mrs. Merritt Starke and Bradford Co
Williams won a trip to
Francis'a England May 18-28 when Mr.
Williams of State Farm In-
surance Agency qualified for
of the State Career Farm.Achievement Club 1/ CHECK OUT OUR *x Y


And James Heights Griffis SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER


marriage by her father, worta
Mrs. princess style gown of can-
and dlelight satin trimmed in lace.A .
of reception was held in the / !
( .) Griffis residence in Graham. ./ 1 /
3 at 8 Kathy. Baker kept the bride'sbook. // / / ,/ t

Following a wedding trip to
Disney World and South
Florida the couple is residing
per-
: in Graham.
: The bride is a 1974 graduateof Radial Sale !
Bradford High School and is
I employed at Winn Dixie.
and The groom is a 1971
graduate of Bradford High
New School, is attending Santa J Fe iM M M M BMMB* "" "
Junior College and is em- ....
were- ployed at E.I. Dupont Co.Miss Miss Tetstone : ....
and Hayward Lee 40,000 Mile Guarantee R ADI IALS7.;;; "

in List SALE ,r }i Z _
ToWed July 17 Pnce'' PRICE List SALE r %1o"?,'
Price ; t
\Mr.Brooker and Mrs.announce C. J. Tetstoneof the 18x14 72.40 48.90 HR 78x15 81.60 56,50{ r, t 1'f' f 7 7FR ((&.\ I

NOTICE engagement marriage of and their approaching daughter, GR 18x14 73.80 50.90 JR 78x15 84.40 58.50 f>1 rN 1 I I I

''vpl.'s Patricia to I Hayward Douglas HR 78x14 55.60 LR 78x15 \
Pee Wee Nursery j' ) Lee son of Mr. and Mrs. I.VV. 19.60 90.00 IJ.JO.; :

, P : Lee of wedding Gainesville.The will. take place 'GR78x15"' '79.40 55.50Plu's Fed,.&.Sfatejax'e; .. t \ 4JJ".Lick \
*V ': July 17 at 8:30: p.m. at .the I : 'I''i .
202 Thompson St: .
Church of God in Brooker.All >. '
friends and relatives :
are At ThisSILVERTOWN :
invited to attend. .,
WILL BE CLOSED BELTED WSW's

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Mon June,30 Fri. Aug.,,1 %
'., F 78x14 Reg. Price 4630 01 $3500
!Mrs. Hugh'Hurst and Mrs.
:
For_ Remodeling, Anderson J j 3everly Sherrard of AND -
JI I Louisville: Ky. were weekend G 78x15 Reg. price *62 MOW $3900
"'
,' Wayne Williams guests! of Mr and Mrs. Carl
: Reopening Aug. 4th 2t**. |I lurst.
Plus Fed. & State Taxes
To Wed July 12
Beth and Leah Gouchnour of
ff ffff JP yjj *'**l e g *%*a ''jtf t1%*,ffr wj jf yy 1 Mr. and Mrs. -Bobby Anderson 'jreen cove Springs are
of Raiford announce I{guests; this week! of Mrs. E. M. AND FOR THE HIGH PERFORMANCE MINDED
'engagement and 'Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Guy
J ft J ContractorsCement approaching INDIVIDUAL
marriage of their 'Haddock f
daughter, Margaret Ann, to A These
And Masonry Wayne Williams, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Look
and Mrs. Willie Williams of '\Williams visited Mr. and!Mrs

All// Work/ Guaranteed Macclenny.The wedding will, be an' 1 Jnton I Jacksonville Taylor, Jr.Sunday.and familyn BELTEDT/A.70/60 WIDE OVAL RAISED

event of July 12at8 p.m in the
Free I No New River Methodist Church, Mrs Herbert Johnson and LETTERED TIRES
have returned to their
SR 125. Raiford. 'ion
I

All friends and relatives 'lome in Tallahassee after two $3750
Estimate I Obligation invited to attend. are 'weeks visit with her parents G 60x14 ,Reg. Price >49 ttf
I Ur. and Mrs. R. H. Chism. .
G 70x15 Reg. Price 4920 *** I$3730
Newman and
Mrs. Jimmy
4732000II Miss Gayle Hatcher Is .children of Pompano Beach Plus Fed. & State Taxes
working at Disney World this : ,
i ire visiting her parents \Mr. f

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Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Miss Ellen Bloodworth and
r96 $ DOLLAR $ Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Delano Mike Miller of Valdosta State
Thomas and children attendedthe College spent last week with
& graduation of Buchholz Mr and Mrs. J.F..Bloodworth.Mr. .
: High School in Gainesville
which was held in the .. and Mrs. Milton Hart-
University of Florida Gym- zell of Orange City and F. E.
nasium on Thursday; June 12 Bollinger of Gainesville were
centersSAVERS where Mary Catherine Wood Sunday visitors of Dr. and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. H. G.. Bellinger. The
ttD$ Joseph G. Wood was a Bollingers. also had as Wednesday -
family: ,member of the graduatingclass. to Friday guests Dr.
Miss Wood is the and Mrs. Donald Winters of
'
recipient of many scholastic Haltiesburg Miss.
SUPER honors including National
BUY
Honor Society and Mu Alpha Mrs. Fred Blankenship and
m a10&iill3ffiJJiJWI3" / Theta and was the feature Mr.and Mrs.Thomas Lindseyand
(! ( speaker on the program. She son, Scott, of West Park,
also has been awarded a Miss were Saturday to
U.S. 301 South G' Starke Fla. scholarship in the University Wednesday guests of Mr, and
CENTER ,. REGULAR of Florida. Mrs. Edwin Williams.,

Open Mon-Wed 9 To 8 Thurs 0 Sal 9 To 9 'Sun 12 To 6 = 64995 Edward J. Knight received Two Lawtey students were
his bachelor of science degree among the 1.140 graduating at
in building construction from the University of Florida
the University of Florida on College of Educn'ion,
t DIAMOND June 14. Saturday, June 14. I livia
GAYETY FOIL. 5a Thedoria Scott received a
9s Master's Degree and Odessa
PAPER TOWELS I Mrs. R. V. Turner gave a Lee Hamilton received a B.A.
I DIAMOND family dinner %
party Sunday
( I for her daughter, Vicky on her Degree.
I ALUMINUM
j t 120 two-ply paper'towels FOIL 20th birthday. Out-of-town Mrs. Jewell Carson of Pitt-
; : in this Jumbo Roll size. Line a barbeque grill, protect picnic ,/ guest was Bob Johnson of sburg. Pa. and Mrs. Ovada"
\.I j Great for mopping up all goodies wrap frozen foods with CLEARANCEDPRICED Jacksonville. Witt of Columbiana, Ohio are
I! kindsofspillsl! Diamond 'IOwe'I !25 ft. L. Johns, Sr.
;;:;;:; sq. AT STOP

33Cbuyl 33C Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andrewsand
LimitsJ Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Limit 2 Mardis and daughter of
DYNAMARK FLEAS! Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Davis of Gainesvilleand
iii I GAYETY 544 Mr.and Mrs. Rodney Hall
RIDING MOWER and son of Theressa were
; "' Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
5%
: :'f NAPKINS 8 H.P. ELECTRIC SEVIN R. O. Dansby and their son
START DUST and family, Capt. and Mrs.
Mickey Dansby and daughter.)
160 count. 1-ply nap- 36" CUT 4 SPEED TRANSAXLE DRIVE who are here from Colorado,
!
/ kins. Buy now and 4 Only Safe ToE Springs, Colo. .
'., ; save.White. J +Sl
i Use On
,
HjoWwTT Two Bradford students are
w
:...." Limit FOR PK6. AnimalsIt's among more than 4.800 at the
_
University of South Florida at
In.' Cut
i to receive diplomas at
.-. -'a" Tampa
Golden "T" CHARCOALBRIQUETS commencement exercises/
LAWN An Excellent June 15. They are Linda F.
I! MOWER Insecticide For Haas, daughter of Mr. and
SUPER Mrs. Bill Haas of Brownlee,
Ii Road and David L. McKnight.
:;! SAVINGS! Use OnVegetables son of Mrs. Arlin McKinght of.

I!a z 1 100 1 10 Ib.%wood bag. products.Made of C 3%HP Briggs & Stratton! engine.. RepollKeep Starke.
8 3 start. Manual 4 position wheel Four Starke students,,
height
lots on hand. adjustments. 8" Wheels Chrome T"e 4 LB. BAG achieved academic excellencefor
$159Grotone Term 11 at Sr.Johns River
handle. Metallic!!;
.. green finish. Reg. 1.99 '
'* r .. "kWj.J Limit 2 Bags BAG #W0905 Junior College Palatka.I
Nancy Cannon, Larry!
Knepper, and Arthur Loudon,
all of Starke were on the
CHLORDANE President's List which includes
T LIQUID students with a grade
.88STOCK point average of 3.5 or better
ouurecii.h STYROCUPS@$7. 9. 72% Vicky Turner also of Starke,
Controls was on the Dean's List which
requires a grade 1 point}
ml EACH Many average of 3.0 to 3.49.

Gray Flynn and Greg
UP NOW! SAVE NOWPAPER Different Reddish < South Florida and JimmyJoe
_ _ _ Golden TEDGERTRIMMER Insects Andrews of Furman
University lire home for the
,
'
Pint summer.
PLATES

Rep. '4" $388 Mr. and Mrs. J. II. DuPre
visited Mr. and Mrs. B. :'G.
2 HP Briggs & Stratton engine. Rewind .& Mcintyre at Ponte Vedra.
100 count. Have plenty iI' start. 7" Front & 8" rear ball bearing Sunday.
on hand for those! 4th of wheels. 9" Cutting blade with 7 angle U
July picnics!9"size. 73 'P adjustments. -.uo.n..-_..._.. ItfHtO Mrs J. W. McNcely find I
daughter of lakeland are
r r spending two weeks with,her
Limit 2 Pkgs. >KG QUALITY parents,Mr.and Mrs. f Herbert

88O' AT ITS Thomas.Mr. .
Frame 8 8 \ and Mrs. Bill McClaneand

DOWNY \ BEST daughter of Jacksonville
OIL FILTERS 47 EACH #E6005 \ Beach spent the weekend with
Keep static out soft- his parents. Mr. and ,Mrs.
I Sizes to fit most Fords,$247 ness in. Regular size EACH Houston McClane.Mrs. .
Chryslers, General Motors unbreakable plastic ;.: !
model cars. bottle. 17 oz. LIMIT 2 .A. J. Barry and family

SUPER K spent Newberry; Saturday visiting and Sunday Mr.' and in

TURTLE PLEDGE" Mrs. W.N. Barry.Sr. on their
j SVLWAX 57th wedding anniversary.
99C < Model
77 4
Aerosol can 7 oz. size. VINYL LATEX 20660 Mr. and Mrs. K.1I. Kramer
[ Liquid 18 aL size Goes Bring! out the natural, EACH M7,= and Mrs. A.J. Barry'' and
LIMIT 2 shine of furniture. family had a family gathering
on shell quick finish., leaves a hard your LIMIT 2 GET UP TO Sunday evening at ''their.

cottage on Kingsley Lake.

son Mrs. Clyde Sinclair attended .
WALL PAINT $5000TradeIn the 30th wedding an-'
niversary reception Sunday
for Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Had-
l r 0 Flat wall paint in white, and decorator colors, : .497 dock in ()cala. Mrs.'Sinclair
pledge Dries fast,leaves a smooth even finish.Cleans j i also visited a cousin, Mrs. W.
i T. Callahan, while in Ocala.
I
1 FRAM I turtle up easily with soap and water. Brighten your
Wap interiors with this easy-to-use, latex. On AnyTORO Mr.and Mrs. Lyle Buck and

,Save$2 family of Palatka- were
L- per gallon Sunday visitors of her mother.
Mrs. H. M. Richarde.;

L.LJ HOUSE PAINT Mrs. Kate Sheppard has
been visiting Mr.and Mrs. M.
409 In Stock H. Sheppard in Brunswick,
AIR FILTERS :: Super tough house paint to protect your home + 597 Ga. the past two weeks.
20 CLEANER !97EACH, from the effects of heat and weather. In white Miss Nancy Struth
/Protect your cars engine. % a ddecoratorcolors.Driesquickly.cleansupSizes graduated June 14'ff-om, the
Spray cleaner I in 32 oz.
[ to fit most Amer- with soap and water. \o' University of Florida with a
Scan made bottle. Just spray and bachelors degree |tin Anthropology
cars. J LIMIT 2
Off wipe.All purposel! ,'
Save 2 per gallon 5'a $13995 ,

OIL FILTERS $147JLL Indianapolis Miss Sandy, Ind.Robarts. is ,visiting of

CLOROX TBLEACH her uncle and aunt; Mr. and
For the life of your car, EACH = TRADE-UP Mrs. Henry Godwip'for six
sizes to fit most American 40 ,weeks. Tim Robarts is
made autos. LIMIT 2 Oz. a 'f I'' TO TORO'TODAY! visiting Mrs. Lola' Johnson.

; 7( The- all fabric bleach. See! Pane 1)1 f

'Y I t IPtI""D'- \1 w lOHOA
THE BRADFORD
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...':L'r"': IT COUNTY TELEGRAPH
: Published every Thursday
N1tOl. at 131 W.Call Street
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CLOROX Starke.Florida 32091
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t t8"a ,tEACH GARDENCENTER Second Class palate' paid
MT. at Stark.rl a1daSubaerlptlaiRita

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539 East Call St. ,l.trade area:.....per
.., ?.. P11.964.5745ompl.A. .year, ;*3s1 six(months
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Prof..tlon t* Outtld trade arcat I'7."
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Teacher, Board Bargainers?; Set On ,Preamble To, Contract 11 1'1'

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: d; STARKE A two-hour' and Bradford Education articles. and did not show because its bargain in its presence and' "Do you have authority...?"
session-' Tuesday afternoonsaw Association agree on a Agreement on the counter proposal on the first had left the meeting. 'questioned Loper.
bargaining teams from preamble to a 115-page con- preamble is significant in four articles was not ready. Kilpatrick termed it"quibbling" "Yes, George, I am the
the Bradford School Board tract which contains 30-odd that it marks the first The teams met again over- recording board's designatedrepresentative.
I bargaining session at which Friday, June 13, but the devices.On to
Hampton Marshal Resigns. specifics of the proposed session was aborted when the Tuesday, however, both ratification by the board"
.. .... teacher contract and a school board team refused to teams appeared ready to Kilpatrick answered, then
City Marshal Allan R. Wade cepted and Council decided to board team counter proposalwere negotiate in the presence of a bargain seriously for the first questioned Loper.At .
submitted his resignation at a advertise fora part-time hammered into a mutual tape recorder the BEA team time. Loper opened the that point the board team
special meeting of the Marshal,with the salary set at agreement. The board and intended to use. Doper agreedto session to questioning presented its counter proposalto
A I tnl, /. Hampton City County Monday $200 per month. teachers have 60 days from remove the device but by Kilpatrick once again about the first four articles of the
night stating that he had been The special meeting was June 5 to hammer out that time Kilpatrick had his authority to bargain in BEA team's proposed con-
A 4 e Mtq R offered another job for better called to discuss Mayor agreements on the 30-some announce they would not good faith. tract.
7 articles.
pay, better hours, and better Williamson's veto of a requestby
working conditions., Wade for the purchase of "The preamble is of '
significance in that it leads
The,' resignation! was acMrs.W."Hi another police car, and also
"
into
the contract itself,
the salary of the marshal.At .
the regular meeting on stated George Loper, It Takes
)
spokesman for the BEA after
June 10 the Council had approved -
Williams-Dowling, Wedding Wade's request for Tuesday's session. /
The bargaining teams will\ 1
:. un./Msw another police car, but after
June 14 In Hampton : the meeting adjourned Mayor and meet again Monday,Tuesday, A Long Time ., .
;; Smith of Sardis Williams told the City Clerk. Wednesday, June 23-25 .. ,
'
Dolly Jo Williams, daughterof matron of honor. She wore a' ,Ga.,and Mrs./ Carol Chivers that he vetoed the purchase of for 10 a.m. session to discuss
Mrs. J. T: Jenkins, and ,green'full length 'gown with;, i an Hessie Tucker' Dowling of white carnation corsage were Wednesday of last week special meeting be called to recognition of the BEA by the .... i.VI"
Hampton were' united in The' bride, given.In? luncheon guests of Mr, and discuss the matter. school board, 2) BEA and '; '1+''
marriage June 14 at 4 p.m. at marriage by her son, Wayne'; Mrs! J.W., Ritch.' At the special meeting on teacher rights, 3)) negotiations <
the home of the. groom. 'In, CKinsey, of Miami, wore'.a' June 16 the mayor's veto was procedure, and 4)) grievance c:
Hampton. blue floor length double knit Gus Ira D.Brown'Wells and Mr.- and Brenda Mrs. upheld on motion of Councilwoman procedure.The ... : iWe' I
Leman Ward performed. the gown with lace top trimmedwith Frances Wad next meeting was ,
nuptials. tiny white seed pearls;, Hewitt of Gulf Breeze were sworth, seconded by Coun- delayed until Monday because AreAlmost
Pink and white wedding made by her daughter-in-law, Friday to Monday guests of cilwoman Vaughan. Deputy Supt. W. L. Kilpatrickis .
bells were used in Carol Kinsey, She wore a Mr. and Mrs.,Barney McRae In other Evelyn business at the attending a state ,
decorations. headpiece fashioned with blue and Mrs. Betty Crawford. superintendents conferencein
June
regular meeting on 10, '
William White attended his lace and white and silver''' ,LMrs.i'Crawford.-went home trash bids,were read and the' Orlando June 18.20 where Finished
father-in-law as best man. leaves, made by the daughterof 'with" them for-two.weeks visit. job was awarded to W. Bar- key educational and financial .I'
Carol C. Kinseydaughter- the groom, Judy White of 'X ,r.- ; nes, the low bidder. platters will be. considered.Tuesday's I
'Mr/and Mrs.J. H.Moncrief
in-law of the bride, was Starke.A Richard Fowler asked if the session markedthe \;
barbeque,.reception was spent Friday to Wednesday of Council would of the fourth time the bargaining
held in the yard of the groom last week with Mr. and Mrs. use of the City approve Hall[ and teams have been scheduled to \
immediately following the R. W: Underill Indiatlantic meet.On June 5 the BEA team
Recreation for
v2iy.aJG.W./ and attended their grandson, Center a Boy
; ceremony Scout Troop, and all agreed to presented its proposed con-
The. ,bride's table was' Robert Underill's graduationfrom the tract to the school board team.
Mrs. E. O. Elder returned to Satellite Beach high proposal.The .The BEA
'covered :with a lace cloth team asked to meet
next
Alabama with their 'school, where he graduatedwith regular meeting back the
guests decorated with white and pink will be held July 8 at 8 at following Tuesday,
p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. L.D. Cartee of bows and was centered by two honors. the City Hall. June 10, but the board team i

several Montgomery days Ala.at the and Elder spent three made by tiered Charalene wedding Rodriguezof cakes "" ... ............ .-..-..-. .-. ...... .-. -. .-. .did -not promise- -to-be- ready- .. - -'- - - -
cotta Andalusia, Ala. She Hampton and Ilene Mosely.
was joined by her son, Phil Two punch bowls were placed
Elder of Phenix City, Ala., at each end of the table.,
who ,brought her home and Guests were greeted by The GAS GRILL "KINGS" Are ,
will remain for several days. Vanona Newman of Atlanta
Ga., Ressie Lee Griffith, Judy +
Mrs.A. G. Loudon and Miss .White and Jean McDaniels ofSlarke.
\Cam Dobbs spent the weekend '. ., .
.
with Mrs. Loudon's soninlawand Cindy Griffith of Starke cut
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. the cake... Judy White of' At: It !
Marvin Barnhart, in Miami Starke kept the bride's book Again
and attended little Jenifer and assisting in serving were
IJarnhart's dance recital Beverly, Brenda and Lara Lee .
Saturday night. Newman of Atlanta* Gau
The 'couple is residing. in
Here's The
Five members from Hampton. Gas =
I Gamma Theta chapter and Xi, .. Portables even

Sigma husbands Iota Delta Phi to chapter a treated Father's of their Beta Day ;bJ lJJ(.,,,,, '. ; Bar-B-Que Grill Sale' ; complele.ilhea.-


Alhambra celebration by dinner attending theater the Out-of-town guests at the You've Been Waiting s-I ready to cook on.

Sunday alternoon. Enjoying Dolly ,Jo Williams-Ressie
the occasion were Mr. and Dowling wedding in Hamptonon
Mrs. John ft. Smith, Mr. and June 14 were: Mrs. J.T. For 11FRIDAY
Mrs. Grady Overstreet, Mr. Jenkins of Monticello mother. .. Sf.6''HI
.,and.Mrs., Ralph, Bryan, Mr. of the bride, Mr. and Mrs.j j ,. .
and.,,(Mrs. Doug Nichols ,and. Klme'c''IJ1'Newman''al1d j .. h,1 IS 'We will assemble
Mr. and Mrs Randall Milton {laughtersBeverlBrenda: t j 'i. ,. .
; '
,
.. a M Ati. J,4 .. and test for
and guests, Mr. and Mrs. and Launajtof Woodstock, Ga., 'j t .c:- you
Lynn Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Groom "' 0 e\J
and daughter Dawn, Mr. and 00 .,,,,8 . :,
Tom and Leslie Johns of Mrs. Boyd Van Beber and ,
Macclcnny are spending this sons. Shawn and Shane of \.AS' p.c.8.0' -
Gas
,
week with their grandparents, Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne \.. grillsdesigned
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hitch. Kinsey and family of ro Yi\
I. Hollywood, Mr. and Mrs. ilk \\1 :t' for frying,
!Mr.and Mrs. H. Smyth of George Hodges of Mayo, Mr.
Macon, (iu. will be Saturday and Mrs. Ralph Dowling and < SATURDAY'J1 smoking, roasting-
visitors of their grandmother, daughters of Riviera Beach < '
Mrs. Bertha Pearce. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burnt June 20, June 2.1 : t even baking!
seel and son of Jacksonville.Mr. > '"
10 A.M til Dark'
Chuck and Suzanne All Day
Williams of Akron. Ohio are and Mrs: Marc Jackson < '
spending two weeks with their and family spent the weekend <
grandmother, Mrs. L. S. with her parents Mr. and ... S 1
Williams. Mrs. H. E. Smith in Williston. .. -f, ;'t. (Plus the best in"Charbroiling"
\::
,,, SA LE 'w. ,
'Local admittances to Sen. and Mrs. Charley s I ps.\, TRUCKLOAD -1 )
Bradford County Hospital this Johns visited their soninlawand
week Include: William daughter Mr. and Mrs. '
Dowling.Starke; Miss Martha James II. Cash and family in GAS Q \. S rJ) ,. .t\
Schick and Mrs Jonna Fay Orlando over the weekend G._ ,
Blizzard, _9 \ 1 ,
Keystone Heights
;
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce "
Mrs. Daisy Thompson and Mathews and family of .
Robert Cornwall, Lawtey; and
Maitland
and Kaiford.Jimmy Davenport, Sunday with spent their Saturday parents, CJOQ1JEULLLU l : DQEUEUILE'x. l J lE:
Mr.--q and Mrs.. Garl Mathews.CELEBRATES ., i i i _


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JUNE21,19'15 Our Trained Servicemen.

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Needlework Show : Factory List '140.10 h
AIF Advertised Top Brand Name!! ASK YOUR


!Ii June 19-21 *YOU GAIN Norgas buys for BOUGHT NEIGHBOR FROM WHO US $ OO 4

,,240 stores in quantity and sellsquality 8 8
Everyone I Is 'Invited at discount! ABOUT OUR PRICES "" riB
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Nti''nay AID SERVICE I I I Sgw, 8'Lt px1p1D'

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Portable Model
Line-up To Believe It!!
,And 2 1st. needs accessories for all

WtJ! 1UW13WW Complete models.
Prizes
Awarded_ ,In! Knitting, -PO".O.'I'-P.'I..'

Crewel, Latch Hook', Crocheting, IlWIIIIlGJUJ13 ,
ti, With Gas Cart and Base units ALL ON SALE !IE
Needlepoint And ,
: Embroidery.Sorry : "
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; Deluxe Grill
( Crafts Are Not Eligible. ) 1 .
." *1 the GAS RILL Irlllil Friend
I ,Sweepstake Prize For Best. Of Show, !II I IEnter. Truly Flo'orLI218.11

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First Baptist

Hires MinisterOf txllW CMliCiK CASHING CARDS ..;.,
Education '*AiiH:! : i.
SAVE w,7y, 'j Wtvl) foodSl
Rev. Travis R. Kimbril go fugher
ais
begins his ministry as ,,
Minister of Education at the ioo-Dixie
First Baptist Church of
Starke, this week. -
Kev. Kimbril received his
B.A. degree from Mississippi -
College and his Th.M. degree -II-E
from the New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary. lIe has Quantity
pastored churches in Right*
Mississippi and Florida. He
comes to First Baptist of
Starke from the Skyland
Baptist Church of Lakeland, ref PEOPLE
Florida. BEEF
Rev Kimbril is married to
the former Josie L Andrews.
YOUR KEY TO SAVINGS
They have two children: a
daughter,Karen 10,and a son,
Edward, 7.
There will be a reception; for
evening the Kimbrils worship following service the PRICES GOOD WED. JUNE 18 THRU TUE. JUNE 24

Sunday at8:30: p.m. Everyoneis
invited to attend.
> xSSB Be HBBi DETERGENT (LIMIT ONE WITH $7.30 OR MORE PURCHASE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES)

fpl KEY BUYS .
Giant'Tide 88C
,
YOUR KEY TO SAVINGS

ASTOR PURE VEGETABLE (LIMIT ONE WITH 7.50 OR,MORE PURCHASE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES) ,,
JOY LIQUID (lOc OFF)

DETERGENT Shortening 3 CAN LB 88est

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CL? !Q 58. Miracle' Whip" -* 99C g /

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Sunday Sunday School,, 22-oz. ..., ,,
9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship 1
DEEP SOUTH SALADDressing
11:00: a.m.; Church Training BOTTLEKRAFT
6:15: p.m.; Evening Worship,
7:30: p.m.Monday, ", 69CLIMIT
.
Vacation Bible .3 AO'
School, 9:00: a.m.; Vacation .
Bible School (Grades 9-12)), BARBECUESauces

6:00 6:40:: p.m.p.m.;; Youth Girls Choir Ensemble, 7:00: . . 2 :BLS.. $1 00 ( ONE WITH $7.50 OR MORE PURCHASE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES) Irec/

School.p.m.Tuesday 9:00. a.m.Vacation Vacation Bible FRISKIES BUFFFT 6'/0'. Astor Coffee 58CUSDA
: ; Cat Food 5 $1 -
Bible School (Grades 9-12)), . e CANS .
7:00: p.m.Wednesday. THRIFTY MAIDGr'fruit
-Vacation Bible
School 9:00: a.m.; Family Juice CAN 39CHOOD
Night Supper, 6:15: .
p.m'l'Vacation
Bible FRESHOrange
(Grades 9-12), Sunday School GRADE 'A' W-D BRAND FRESH
G.A.'s Workers, Acteens Meeting,, R.A.'sz World Juice 4 sz;: $1,

Friends Mission Friends,6:45: ) L (NOT FROZEN)
"Hour of Power", 7:30:
;
p.m.
p.m., Church Choir, 8:15: p.m. "THE THIRST QUENCHER" ;< '
Thursday Vacation Bible ,
School 9:00: a.m.; Vacation GATORADE t H
4AFRYERS
Bible School (Grades 9-12)), ;.;
7:00: p.m.; Visitation, 7:00:
p.m..
.
Friday '- Vacation Bible ..
School 9:00: '-a.m.-'Vacation t '" p
8 :
Bible. School (Grades 9-12X,,., $, ( p /
7:00: p.m.Mistrial.
32-oz. b WHOLELB. I

Declared BOTTLES ; '

On UCI Inmate Case LIMIT

2PLEASE
LAKE BUTLER Circu" PINEBREEZE USDA INSP. GR. "A"
Judge John J. Crews declare FLORIDA ALL WHITE LB.
j mistrial in the case of Eddie
Lee Heed Tuesday June 17. MEDIUM

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39 --------------
Reed an inmate at Union ,
Correctional Institute, was on USDA CHOICE I
trial in Union County Circuit EGGS DOZ. W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF '
LAMB SALE
Court charged with possessionof I
a weapon by a state $ 88' i
prisoner.. Sirloin Steak LB. 1 i
FROZEN FRENCH FRYPotatoes LEG 0' LAMB !
The mistrial was declared )
after the jury was unable to W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF FULL CUT BONELESS I

the reach Barry Assistant case.a Chapnick unanimous state represented verdict attorney in : : 69cDElICIOUS Round Steak lB, $178] I LB $159 I I

i the state and Assistant public
USDA CHOICE lOIN
I
defender Gary Dunham
was
counsel for the defendant. W-D BRAND PURE (WHEN YOU PURCHASE 3 OR'IO.LB.. HANOI PAK) (NO ADDITIVES) Lamb' Chops. $239 I
Astor I LB
Instant
Potatoes Ip'AS1: 59C .
USDA CHOICE) SIRLOIN OR RIB I

SUPE Whipped BRAND Topping 3 c'uVs. ;s $100 1 I Ground Beef LB. 69c I I USDA Lamb CHOICE Chops SHOULDER LB $229 I I


DElICIOUS Astor Orange Juice 2 CANS99C W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF i Lamb Chops .LB $13'] 1

ASTOR FORDHOOK LIM"'SSuccotash AII'Meat Stew. $119] Lamb USDA CHOICE ; sEi. '$1191
]
or Cut Corn 3 %C GS.; : $100TASTY 1 LB
.
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Waffles --------
C > E Eggo . .' Vis59C

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.c VAN CAMP'S W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP TENDER

VACATIONBIBLE MORTON CHICKEN, BEEF Pork & Beans . 59' Cubed Steaks . . ? $188VAN

SCHOOL CAMP'S W.D BRANDBeef .

MondayFriday9:00..m.Noon Ages 3-u Pot Pies. 6 PIES'I $100 Vienna Sausage . .. 5 tin $100 Patties '.' 3 ,,>LB G. ,:'!239

STOKElY. MILD CURED (BUTT P RTION )Ib. 89c) (WATER ADDED) OR SHANK PORTION'HICKOAY

Monday AGES: 4:00 14-17 p.m. FRESH Golden'' Corn .. . : 4 as $100 Smoked Ham e. ; .. .:79CSTOKELY

Tuesday: 7:00p.m. Peaches LB.29c FANCY STYLE OR CUT GRADE 'A'Fryer ,
Georgia . 16'0'. : S '
Wednesday Thursday::7:00p.m.4:45p.m. FRESH Green Beans . '. .' 5 CANS'M Backs .. .. '. .,I. . LB19c':
Friday: 7:00p.m.PARADE: VAN CAMP'S ... W D BRAND COOKEDSliced '
California Cherries LB.69c ., .
Beanee Weenee 4 tx $1 1 Ham 12 Ol.f.: 99
L DAYSaturday. ; ,. .. . .' ..KO.. .. $1 '
.June. 21, Florida' THRIFTY MAIDApple TALM DOE'BRANDChicken ,., .J".....
10:00a.m.All Limes . 12 fOR59c '
children and youth are Sauce ./.>.... .'\4. its $1 1 Franks .' . ..0.'.. '.t' FEllow ,
invited to this Idaho ? TALMADGE BRAND (HALF OR WHOLE)) 0 .
99CTASTY
VACATIONBIBLE SCHOOL Baking Potatoes 9 o. Macaroni . 4 P & $1) Country Cured Ham '. LI.' ,'. $11.9ASShUD'

SUNNYLAND :' ,' .',
.
Fresh Mushrooms LI.99c .
Bible Study-Mission Fun-Handwork Study-. . .. ... .. 8 Sa IS $1 1. Smoked Sausage . :';;\. '%. s'" $1"1

Refreshments daily __.. ... ,, .. '
"J. ,
LEADING LADy *--.v'iji- ;:' '" PALMETTO FARM !? V'C: \: : ;'* t
Prizes and balloons FRESH FLORIDA YELLOWCorn Tissue .>,>;HI<"' ;"; ,c \ f 8 ,: .$l29 Pimento Cheese .il'>:;,;,M66cSUPERIRAND
: $
.. !;' .'.; .. : .. :. '. .'-..;.." ;
"The Church with a Heartin "llM.J.:: I
the Heart of Starke"Ben 10'EARS 79' .,DIRT DARLING CREAMED : .F1ft
P. Bryant Family Bread ... \ 35st.-l l Cottage Cheese "
: . 2.99cA
:
Pastor i' .. .'WL .,A ii'.HJ: \ ,A'o... .,.&>.<.<".':ft 'H'**\ .!...'._: <. ," I, : I ,;I.'j. ,, "'1Jt)1'J'ki.,
William George .> '_'. A '\ ,,:; .' .I 'i'
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Planning :"301_ Crash ,...;.....,,.............:........... ..l, JoelceFram ................,,..........t.. .vn. Jockel's is
of the 'unofficial" action; of cases. appointment
(From Page 1)) do about Supt. Temple'sresignation Democratic Committee. the school board in recommending Jockel said Tuesday af- effective July, 1, Supt. Ternpie's -
which had been Twenty-nine of the 30 ternoon he had not been of- resignation is effective
(From Page 1)) more than $4,000 damages to Starke, causing damages of announced earlier that night. members of the committeewere names 'and the. 'ficially notified of his ap- June 30. Temple resigned to
three of the vehicles. $600 to the Ford and$900 to the seeming lack of considerationgiven
Three board members told present Monday night. The
families earned less than' the Democratic Committee's pointment. appointmentwas accept a position as Region II
Trooper W.M. Abrams'of Patrolman JamesH. The absent
Plymouth. the board'sIntent member sent in
$5.000 and The Telegraph a confirmed through Director of Title I Migratoryand
per year, 77 percent'
the FHP indicated damages of, Rye charged Andrews with the proxy vote which the choice.
earned less than I was to keep present com- several phone calls to the Compensatory Education
$10,000. At have
$800 to the Chevrolet $3,000 to violation of right-of-way. mittee would The appointment may
school intact To do not accept.
office the
least 57 program governor's by office
cent of these Programs. Temple's
per 's
been made 'on Templ
the towed
Plymouth and $300to Monday 'about 9 a.m they said the board Voting was by secret ballot.
that Gainesville Sun from
families are unable to afford a recommendation to Education whom will be in Gainesville; he says
conventional home he said. the racing car. Clayton John Lazar, driving a agreed .it would be best to Nominations were closed Jockel first learned he had he will continue to live in
The Starke Police Depart-- 1968 Volkwagen Station after Francis and Commissioner Ralph
appoint a present top ad- Clark were been named by Chairman Estates SR-16
suszested that ; Conerly on westin
the county should implementa ment reported three accidents' Wagon, failed to observe the ministrator to replace nominated, then reopened bya Turlington and Turlington's'recommendation Rodney Hall, and by Radio Bradford County for the
task since last week. traffic signal. at the in- Temple. To that end, the vote of the committee to to ; thegovernor's ,Station WPXE. time
force to investigate On Saturday June 14, tersection of Call and Walnut board recommended the allow Kilpatrick's name to be office' Andrews. being.
mobile
home problems and Harvey Wayne McCarthy, Streets in Starke. His vehicle names of Deputy Supt. nominated. suspected."There's.
set standards for mobile home
.driving a 1969 south eastbound Call a lot of
Plymouth on Street Wendell L. Kilpatrick and School board members said
parks.be These units should not 'on US-301 crashed into the crashed into the leftside of the Curriculum Coordinator', they urged that the appointment skulduggery 'going on,'f! .Andrews Starke PaintCenter
placed treeless tracts
on rear of a 1973 Oldsmobile north bound 1974'Chevrolet Richard Jockel. The board be made prior to says.
where cooling and heating will driven by Helgeson Jeralc'Ray driven by Julia E Kirkland of members said no choice was the important conference on "They ignored :them
require more energy and cost of Anerson, S.C. Ray had Brooker, which was traveling expressed between the two education finances going on in (Democratic Committee
the owner more. signaled for a left turn off of north on' Walnut Street. men recommended., Orlando this week. Temple members): They've createdan
David Janig, URDC project the highway before the impact Patrolman Julius' Eunice Jockel Kilpatrick, and awful lot of headaches
coordinator for the study occurred. listed damages of $700 to the The Democratic Committeemet Business Manager Eddie they'll have to doctor and live 441 W. Madison St 964-8181
reported on the various Patrolman James H. Rye front,of the Volkswagen and Monday night in the Douglas all are attending. with. ,
" classifications of land use, listed damages of $700 to the $800 to the left,side of the county commission meetingroom Members of the Democratic "The school board Is as
Including forestry front of the Plymouth and $800to Chevrolet. in the courthouse to Committee, meanwhile, are responsible as anybody else. CLEAN UPQuality
agricultural, industrial and the rear of the Oldsmobile Eunice charged Lazar with decide upon its choice for the questioning whether their Its action wasn't, official."
recreation. He predicted that McCarthy was charged with running a red light.. superintendent's job. After an nomination was given con- Democratic Committee
phosphate mining would begin careless driving. .. hour's session the committee sideration by the governor's members question the use of
I in the Brooker area within two $1,500 in damages occurred Sportsmen slio'uld I voted on three nominations; office. the committee meeting to
years, and warned that the Sunday, June IS, in anotherrear remember the 30th of June. selecting Clark's name by a "Undoubtedly, ,they had recommend a name. They feel
county should prepare itself end collision at the In. All licenses aDd permits one-vote majority on the first made their minds up before it their recommendation was
for the impact of this new tersection of US-301 and SR. issued by the Game and Fresh ballot. Clark received 15 ..Clark's( v recommendation) not considered. They questionthe
industry by the adoption of an Water' Fish' ., Commission votes Francis 10, and got there/" said Demo. function of the Democratic!
adequate mining ordinance.Not 16.Kenneth Larry Andrews of e"plre.t midnight Kilpatrick 4.'Jockel was not Committee Chairman Guy Committee, if it is, not to
to do so would be to Starke, driving a 1972 Ford nominated for the post; by the Andrews. Andrews is critical recommend names, 'iI11.> such Paintat
jeopardize the water north on 301 attempted to The Series--A-K: combination
resources and perhaps even make a left turn off of 301 onto and ,fishing license allows.
risk the danger of air pollutionin SR-16 and crashed into the statewide hunting and fishing VI Reduced Price Mfg and
the county, he said. front of the 1970 Plymouth and casts.no' more; than the l1 I n ,
= George Gould, with the' driven by Hutton Lee Clark of .separa licenses... 4A J.l.ck'ernl.nl. Tested Locally
-- -
Department of Community' .
I ,
Atiairs, Tallahassee said the I BUILDING CONTRACTOR.

county should develop some J- .Slal. C.rli/' '
mechanism to adopt land use HWALLPAPER SALES &
and to From CUSTOM.
as a continuing study iJ '496-2185
keep the plan updated as the,, BUILT I SUIITEC INSTALLATION
: area undergoes changes. COMMERCIAL

Failure to do so may prove' = HOMES 'CONSTRUCTION PAL
I I
All Of Paint
expensive to the county Gould 'Jackson'sCanter : I color under irc Types
.\ saId, "Because you may find 'COUNTRY HOME CENTER. LAKE BUTLER my & Paint SuppliesBLK.
,: that in four years you will: .
-, WEST OF GUARANTY FEDERAL
,j have to come back and
.'1 develop a new plan through .
ti your own resources at a cost
:, of thousands of dollars." He aK
;:' said that the 1975 Legislature,
', passed a bill making it .
for all Florida
i compulsory <+AI
\'" counties and cities to come up STARKE FLA. KEYSTONE HOTS, DLSLLES

i with a land use plan within the N. CHERRY' ST.' '. .HWY. 100'81 21
.
,rs, next four years. : :964.6078': 1 .
'n Gould suggested that the
most efficient way to meet the
'j 4 *' state's new planning .l ....''!'-.' { ." I
,:1 I ,'//Ij would be to set 'it ,,1' iII- '
.: requirements : ..... :' 1i: 4' \! eb-
'
r *,'. ot
planning
up joint city-county ., E
\
'
'''i. 1'0 .
'L cautioned '
s He -
agreements. \ > .
4 : sot '. ,,, .r-. .. '
I 4; that the land use study should \ "t' '" \\o! O"'i
4 not be adopted until it had, ," .. ", ". / ." ''I'', ', ."w'' .s-\\
: 1 been thoroughly analyzed at. .1'" ', '.:
the community level to' be I' ,;,.. /,:
sure "it's what you want." )+
Lester Solin: of the North -

Central Florida Regional ,!! 4' FI iiW.khi: .
: !:
t'ounctl.'warned: ; that
Planning .. '

!5y\# all into of the the land time use and study effort would.put''. I -,,.,",,.,, .r,:"I.rut':'} '_'IJo/ ."'. '"':.... ( ( I p ..tNtwA1

r.1 be lost unless there was folio-!! .1'15' 'I'II'I"- :
through on the local level. The t:
under ,
Title 701 program ''-
which the present study was
made has expired so any
costs involved in continuingthe
study will have to be borne 30off
locally. County Zoning was 1.1 '.AI WI $AV. .... 1.1 ra! LAYrA/ fAY/ rIf
ur-8IA"1
Director L.M. GAines said., !fW 2.Ai1- N" 11Rd1 III. }.4f 40% .Jdf_ 'IIX 3a1 10% 21kq lr% .JAr'"

I WC ELECTRICAL TAPE SYLVAMA LIGHT BULBS MTt-FHEEZI BOOSTER U DZ. IIUMOUT 1 ET. LIQUID-PLUM JUMBO ROLL TOWELS TNT NDUSEHIIUII"'AYS
On all o.o.ndobl.Eogl.qualll.'' 3 4"wide, 66 h.long roll nsio frottinevor. sitEntend lir0ofanti.freez/ *.. Clans c..bur.t..I.J., Unclogs drains fast-soft Hudson or Bounty brands. KMP your home. pesr>A..
I I Harmony... All--purpo. insecticid, in poly bog. Super buy I I10MCK 40. 60, 75 aid 100 wan Gold Eagl bind 16 01. and out. Peps up *ngin. for pipes and disposals. Assorted popular colors. __ I for to ritlle moneylBCHLMDAME,4LBS.

(From Page 1)) 12" x 12" &' 12" x 24" CAN LINERS SHERBET DBHESIAVC40 ra! P

He Is also director of the 1AVI UX % l4YIHFLATADlERg16......
of Santa Fe { """w- ""
,
t Starke campus CEILING TILE In Stock
Junior College and teaches I i Split.toll ring. Bright'col.... ; w,
/- one course at night in .that rsAE rasL/T '
30 gal. capacity. Dessert di.shes ,
,- Jockel a veteran member 2 ft; 5 In. 3 H. for any tobl. 1
of the Florida National Guard .' \ Avocado
end
e has been Commander of local 1x2 UTILITY .STRIPING gold. ,

Company D, is currently t I '1 I ..i JPIfW! I". u! : was !AYA /
assigned to the Selective / I .1M 2""% .5W JdY SD%

Service Section of 1 2 PT MAOICOLOR 2-PC.KNIFE SET 1 Pr.PAINT REMOVE
Headquarters Florida Rust.al' lalen gloss onorn.* Wall scraper and Effective-, sconomicol,
National Guard. He currently 3C perlin.ft .1 I. Us msid, or out. putty knif **r. far quick stripping.

holds the rank of captain but SCHICK PLUS

is expected shortly to be ._ 0 EITCIEN M PunNUII
-- i INJECTOR Exc
promoted to major.. DCR1011T t ed

'0 Sd1 3 t25% WAt !AV/ .. inltt.fet, DMLAG7Tt;
111 44% '
SETOFIBLASXSArnbsr. 1 hnNrNen EXCEDRIN. TABLETS HI
Fluted dsion. Cuts food and ban Us I PC.CINDY DEN
Holds 114 Dunne alia a!aad| wrench, nut 'rA 5 rasM1 .AI WIP.W. IA"I.JM'
.
1/1t
Crocker lid pryr. 72kE 13;%

; n4 Tr<,yy,, 6.64"eandvAeompoh and MIIID XI suisn
and
4: 'y'Nr ,r ,, gold ., t EOIIYkIDL DARKTANMNQBUTTER1OZ.

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Alumliwi. With, cover. Indoor-, outdoor foam beck mat.Nonskid : : i NEW TRACM GILLETTE ANTISEPTIC USTERNsI

CUSHION CREMVrnlt SHAVE CREAM
MOZ.
LINCOLN MARK IV. and colors ras law r.f saw ut far/ .., JIIW'I."I! BOX. l
with stripes. 10-11 IM 12XUNI ID%; JJ1:115iIiIIIiI leX taw UX rw uvt
m s +
, TOWN 'CARS 4 VINYL BELTS,, BOW'T-trfMTS DBPOM FLASHLMHT. ;ACi11NRT ICIIIII q : : "'t.
& .. Vr.Richgroln.dwnyI.'Nhit.wthcantraet'D.p.dubl.p.kntr.' "1I6 .3\.1.\ .,CI_. "
Black, ti...,..30-4o. elm S, M, L, XL. Many hours el light,. plaehc.ad",:_ful" epa SAIJ0f, .AIJN'
\ With Service i ;. .
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Warranty'i, :

:to, Mark \ +

Ford .. IAV/ Z r* JAE:At : SAYIAI I.NR1StlRELESEIV /Aw ALN .

,2,000 DrA1rNPfl RDL1IlI iiNJwD un.oo D1c usu LUTNERMVT SHOES'
Mw'.DkY.s bkr ..r. B11.brad&.c tty Ind ge blw tap.untch.d Papta c.I..MashaW. tlawcN.ryVyI.mei N"1MPY POLL 0L SOVEN PLM0
Full Factory S.lsn ts 9.* I.Ier.d IfttN1N7 hi oot.i pod.7-11. Cr.p.wl..Sln.7-n, kk.Blsb.7-It IMWzlI.. peyadr. 100eran'dlreO,.
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Pages TELEGRAPH June 19,1975 _
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SALE CONTINUES _

THRU SATURDAY _ Homes Wanted
SHOP EARLY SOME ITEMS SELF PROPELLEDLIMITED _ For RetardedThe

K y M H SUPPLY! PO WER Children's Home
BBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBa ai
a a a a a a a a a a a a a a aV
Society of Florida is seeking
:::::;:::& reliable foster homes for retarded -
children, according to
At Eckerd's you know the |lj! j MOWER Miss worker.Emily Lowry, CHS Case

prescription us- right ..and |!fi: 22 INCH CUT.S 5 H P BRIGGS tSTKATTON > Persons who feel they could
MOTOR EASY" ,
rtsK-0" 4 CYCLE provide a home, love and
the price is right too! ifjgJ | SPIN RECOIL STARTER" REO. 12499 understanding to these

,......,... r ACOL children should contact Miss
at the Northeastern
> rf pa o Lowry.
:
gp M Division office in Jacksonville -
Post Office Box
9997HEAVY 10097, 396-2641. She will an-
/ swer questions about pro-
-
ONE-A-DAY cedures for licensing homesfor
ENNEN this purpose.
: The statewide agency is cooperating -
p VITAMINSOTEIN: with the Division of
2
1 REG. VM DUTYPOWER Retardation in implementinga
S A state-announced plan of
R
WITH IRON SPR4y I7 EDGER keeping retarded children out
of state institutions and
2Y2.H.P. placing them in a home set-
and Stratton Brigg ling. whenever possible.
8 8 motor. Makes These children could benefit
gG97/ 7 9. lawn edging. .a 1 from living in a home where
not pleasure a cbor.. they could receive the indivi-
dual attention of loving and
understanding foster parents.Registration .
k p fltIPerspjra ,I I -

ONE LIMIT Set
A '/ "x50 FT.g' ,

GARDEN'H'OSE for Local SFCC,
SCHICK It

# ( Schick DOUB 99I1P' STARKE Registration is
MADE FOR FLORIDA 4 scheduled next Monday, June
SEA & SKI 4uP ichrflnhIu: Jj CLIMATE REG 5 99 23.Bradford from High 6-8 School p.m. Science at the

Building for registration for
SUNTAN NEWov4L? ...., 'I SPIKIE local summer classes from
\ LIMIT I .. Santa Fe Community College
: SPRINKLER
L KOTEX Classes begin July 1. according
BOO SQ. FT.
COVERS
to a schedule releasedby
LOTION 2 Cr. 5 Starke Compus Director
Richard Jockel. Period eightis
I ffG9cIMk from 6:10-8:10: : p.m., period
4 .- nine is from 8:20-10:20: : p.m.
Classes to be offered are:
s.O9 -MS 100-61,. Principles of
i i Mathematics Period 8. M &
W. Instructor: Cohen.SE .

I F4oz.LIMITONE I pi 'SWINGER Jockel.Period- 8 100-61...M &_ W The"; Instructor Sciences.:

1b / 1EACH TOWELS ... I CHARCOAL -SO 101).61.) The Social
; .. Sciences.Period 9. 1\1'. & W;
:::;. ... .. 'GALAXY Instructor: Browning.
::::::::::: :: :::::: LARGE '
........ SIZE -' GRILLs ':PH 100-62. Introduction to
14-\: )44I 3.S'IE8.' '
ASSORTED Logic. Period 8 T & Th'In-;:
DESIGNS structor: ll oorman" :
.. (REG. 3.99)) *, K ..-EH 103-61. Basic English
,
88 Composition. Period 9. T &
fBSE JOHNSON\4W I FAN 32 Th,: .Instructor: : Wilson.

:SIT ON MODEL.2152REG. 3488
39.99
I ONE LIMIT BABY tII L ,- LADIES. BAKED RREBOWLTILT ENAMEL Baby Dedication

r HOOD AND ROLL Set
5------ -.r- BIKINI Day Sunday
WHEELS S.
( \- SWIIVtSUITS'T 3995 l) .
.
At Pine Level' ."
,
,.., \ "
;: -i 'ti f '4t> \ :
MANY FAMOUS BRANDS IN! !! '
\ AsocowRs&prnNTs, ; S" A special' servlcer* of
\ SHELL ., dedication will be performedthis
,J,.', Sunday dcdicatine babies!
I HOUSE & I/ three years and younger at I
5/kd! \.. 8 GARDEN ioA HOUSE* Dedication Day at Pine Level I
\\ 68 1 UROEI! West Baptist of Starke.Church on SK-100)
BOUND '
; INSECTICIDE '
; "
9 SNOOZ. ":'-'-.;::=.-sm""M' Each year this is a highlightof
church when the
:::; CLOCK --- the
:,:::.::::.:::.:::.:::.;..;.:.'.. "'''n__ ;;;:: AGAIN" AND ". parents children for bring dedication forth their unto

TIP TOP the Lord.The service starts at
LIIT 3.C a HEAVY GAUGE METAL 11 a.m. '
p : SHOWER CAP KEYSTONE 110 Sunday' Morning Bible
COVER GIRL = 3845 VINYL WITH ELASTIC EDGE ASST GAS CAN Training 10:00: a.m.
POCKET CAMERA DURABLE ALL-PURPOSE CAN Sunday Morning Worship
Service 11:00: a.m.
FOR HOME CAR OR BOAT
LIQUID LADIESANKLEHI WITH BUILT-IN Sunday Evening Training
LENS COVER
Hour 6:00
: p.m.
HOSE Sunday Evening Worship
MAKE-UP REG. 299 Service : p.m.Wednesday .
No. 290 Evening
FIANCEEBRAND 4.49 Worship Service 7:30:
2'
ASSORTED
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SHADES 79

REG. COMPAC, fS-860 One ton of /lower yields
59 F.. only two pounds of essence
ELECTRONIC SPINNINGREEL 'used in making fine perfumes.National .
FLASH FLASH.CUBES NEVER NEEDS ,- Geographic Society
MEN'S DACRON COTTON REG. PRICE 49.95
After a short but well-
TANK TOPS nourished life, prime ,220-
COMMITI
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Undefeated Merchants Leading

June 19. 1975 TELEGRAPH Page 9




1r Fr Second Half Women's Softball ,


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The Independent Merchants', Lunn, had three hits for the the seventh.S the plate. Joy Manns did well Reddish and Pat Fischer had ;;:J
have really been pouring it on winners. Carolyn Redding led Blalock, L. Marchant also as she had three hits. two hits each. %f
in the last few weeks and after Dampier with three hits, and M. Griffis had three hits The second game of the Schedule: %Sl;;
two games in the second half, including two home runs. Jan for Bret & Jerry's. L. night was a surprise as it was Thursday, June 19 7:30 s.
they are undefeated, having Powell was close behind with Spengler; N Testone, and S. supposed to be a close one, but Brooker vs Dampier, 8:45: '-
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stopped both Dampier's and two hits. Padgett each had two nits for Dampier stopped Bret & Merchants vs Bret & Jerry's. .-j
Brooker in the second half ofWomen's The second game saw Bret Brooker. !Jerry's 12-1. Bret & Jerry's Tuesday, June 24 7:30: .'%<
slow ptich Softball.In & Jerry's down winless Tuesday night, June 17, saw wasn't'hitting the ball as they Bret & Jerry's vs Brooker, $5: t
Thursday, June 12, Brooker 12-4., Brooker has the Merchants pick up their managed just four hits, two by 8:45: Merchants vs Dampier ;:'iS
games, the merchants handed Improved with each game, but second win of the half as they D. Broughton. .,
first half champs Dampier just can't put together that swamped Brooker 23.1 in four The game was fairly close
Inc. a 7-5 loss. The Merchants'i r winning combination. Bret & innings. The Merchants had until the fifth inning, 4-1. Rodeo Set In ; :
pounded out 18 hits while Jerry's rapped out 17 hits but two big innings as they scored Dampier then plated eight ,
Dampier! had 13. Hudson, Brooker was close behind with 12 runs in the third and eightin runs on four hits, five walks,
T -i 13.Bret the'' fourth. They outhit and one error to win the gamein HawthorneA::.:; :
& Jerry's scored all Brooker 175. Pam Macy, and five innings under the 10 run :

,Cruisin'Downa.. their runs in two innings, Linda Lunn had perfect nightsas rule. Carolyn Redding led her HAWTHORNE The

E- i The Suwannee. seven in the fourth and five in they.went four-for-four at team with three hits. Susan sponsoring Hawthorne a Lions two-day Club Rodeo is I


Starke Troop 70I" ft', Local Merchants Team WinsWomen's this weekend which will beheld I
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On the Rat Hole this week on the Suwannee are (1-r( ) Mike Whiffen, Phillip Mooney, Eddie Branford in the third wave of at the Hornet High School \

McGee, Donald Gassy, Byron Roberts, and Buddy Paterson.The rafts to be launched. Stop football stadium in .k'.

? I 9d overs where include there'f' was Hart a family. Softball TourneyThe Hawthorne.Starting time for Saturday, '

night Wednesday night. The June 21, is 8 p.m. and lor
event will end at Manatee Sunday, June 22, the events

Springs State Park. Independent Merchantsof tie the game by the third inning following merchants for their will begin at 2:30: p.m. .=-
I ctl The rafts will hold a race Starke took championship and in the top of the donations to the tourney: $4,000 in prize money will be
awarded to winners in the six -.
y down 2.3 mile stretch of the honors this week end :
L a past as fourth took the lead 98. The Dairy Queen, Gem Jewelry :n
events scheduled for the
Suwannee. they played outstanding ball Merchants were not to be Mallard's 5 & 10, Leilas, rodeo. :,;.'"
to beat a good Gainesville denied as they plated six runs Badcock Furniture, Olin's
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Eighteen boy scouts Calf Ropers and steer .
young Bank team to win the title in awomen's in the filth to take control of Mobile Home, McDonald's, ::f
from Starke are riding three wrestlers can demonstratetheir ;
slow pitch softball the and winit Wishbone Chicken Hurst'sShell
eventually ,
game
rafts down the Suwannee tournament at West Side Parkin 14-9. Andrew Drugs Slade skills in those events on :: :
River this week in the annual Starke. payment of an entry fee of$30. -:fi!
The Merchants had 15 hits Gas Guaranty Federal "
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Suwannee River Scout. Raft. Bare back and saddle bronco
The two teams had .and the. Bank.had 13... Pam .Norman's Farm, Fat Boys '"
Race. riders,brahma bull riders and ;
established themselves the ;
as honors for Williams
Macy took batting BBQ, Jewelry; "'
The Starke contingent barrel riders
teams to beat before girls race may
meeting the game with four hits. Betty Koch's Drugs Hardees
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launched their sleek looking in the winner's bracket. In- enter on a fee of $20 for each '
Hudson had three. Baldwin Cheverolet, Mustang
rafts at Branford this past dependent set aside the Lake Trophies were awarded to Mobile Homes, Kentucky event. 'v
and will wind at The rodeo chairman is
Sunday up Butler Sluggers 29-5 and
the first and second place Fried Chicken, Doyle ConnerIns.
this Tater Bonds of Hawthorne.
Manatee Springs
Providence 16-6. Gainesville
teams. Individual trophieswent ., Winkler Electric Draw-
June 21 The In addition to the six rodeo
Saturday, Bank met and defeated Bret & to the Champions. Tite, Denmark Furniture,
schedule six days events scheduled other
provides Jerry's 5-2 and then DampierInc. Carolyn Redding, Dampier, Suwannee Store, and The
and of camping and events, including live music
nights 10-9, before taking on the Inc, won the High batting Pizza Hut.
for the long- and feature acts with trained
qualifies a troop Independents. The winner of
average trophy with a .770 A special thanks to the guys
term camping requirements'for this would then sit back monkeys, dogs, horses and
game average, going 14-18 at the that umpired the games for
the national standard and brahma bulls and a host of
and watch the others for
All-American raft Is manned by (l-r) William Barrett, Kenny Stephens, Frank Coss the Order of the Arrow. play plate. free: Dewey McKinney, rodeo clowns will be on hand
*_, awhile as they would be the
Todd Samons.Wayne Barelt,fury Padgett and Dirk Schmidt. t The Parent's Youth Group Claude Ilardee, Jerry for entertainment.
only undefeated team in the would like to thank the McGriff, and Fred Wheeler your
7 -- --- "" !r-'''''' '"'ff- -"' Smith, Fairchild; tourney and had one berth in Advance tickets for adults ,
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are $2.50 and for children :X
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.i Lead Local The Merchants came out Night Class Set For "
Tickets purchased at the
swinging.They didn't put very
will be $3 for adults and
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many runs on the board but
Bowling League they banged out 22 base hits as Adult Tennis Lessons $2 for children.
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compared to Gainesville's 13. "
-x. ,The, Stark Mixe&Doubles" When it+was allover, !.he.,...,pueJa.bequests; a night classis Jit: 20 yea.rs, Lage and up 8-1i,.
Bowling League enters its:? Merchants had taken a 7-Z. now' set up' for tennis 9 a.m.; 5-8 years of age, !9-lOv Rolling I
second week of Bowling at victory. Five girls had at least lessons for persons 14 yearsof a.m.; 9.13 years of age 10.11
Palm Lanes in Gainesvillewith three hits in the game Betty age and over, according to a.m., and 14-19 years of age, 11
the team of J. Smith and Jean Hudson, Debbie Hall Mrs. Melba Howard but none a.m. until noon.
Fairchild leading with six Pam Macy, Cheryl Crosby, has yet signed up in the 5-8 The new night class for ages Wheels
wins and two losses. and i Sheila Forsyth. year old group. 14 and up is set for 6.8 p.m. -
Three teams are tied for Cassandra Johnson and That's the age Chris Evert each Wednesday.To .

second place in this summei... Emma Murphy had two hits started playing tennis, five register Phone 964-8184
league, so far only Grover each. years old, Mrs. Howard says. or apply at 1314 Searing by Lydia Sellers
Howard ((209)) and Bill Powell Libby Bumpus led the Bank She urges that parents of Street, Starke. Registration "Together again" could
((208)) have broken the two team with three hits. The loss these youngsters get them fee is $15 for country club have been the theme for this
hundred mark. Judy Flynn-1 sent the bank team into the signed up for lessons since this members and $20 for non- week's racing at Lake City
leads all women with a 440 loser's bracket where they is the ideal time for members. A family with two Speedway us 10 of 12 local
series set and high game of met Bret & Jerry's a defeat youngsters 'to begin playing children and members of the drivers made it to the track.
149. Gale Smith and Yvonne eliminating Bret & Jerry's 11- tennis. country club can register for I saw three new cars. I
Smith are pushing Judy in, 5. Bret & Jerry's had lost Classes will be offered for $25. Non-member families will think!
both sets. Each week is I a opening night to Gainesville all ages in the four week be charged $30. One was No. 701 for
struggle to see if the men can- Bank 5-2, then beat Lake tennis camp to be instructed Classes will be limited to 12 Keystone. If I'm not mistakenthis

Crew of the Mean Machine is l-r( ) Mike Lawson, Todd Schmidt Terry Mundorff Chris out bowl their wives in this. Butler 13-12, defeated Wor- Cusses and Melballoward. persons each Mrs. Howard used to be No.; 79()' that
Felos. Allan Montgomery Kevin Miller, and Lee llardenbrook.f summer league. thington Springs 7-2, and then begin July 7 and run states, so the sooner applicants Johnny Cox was driving. ,
J. Smith-. took arch rival through August 1 at the Starke apply, the better '
Team standings an Dampier, Sorry, I got no driver's name
Fairchild. 6-2, 3514 (total, and put them away 42. Golf and Country Club. chance they have of getting. in.: for this new car.
* * * * * * * Visitors to the Sunshine pins); Howard-Petrella, 5.3. Dampier defeated Wor- Deadline to register. is June Then, there wa< No. 50 with

State with a desire to catch a 2880; Powell-Bryan, 5-3, 2833; thington opening night, 18-5, 28.The Farelon McCIellan from
:: 1975GRADUATES : big bass may obtain an annual Brown-Stanwlx-Hay,5-3. 2627; then lost to Gainesville Bank schedule will be: UCIInmateStabbed Starke driving. The others it
Monday and Wednesday: 5-
4-4 3013 Rr 109. then met
license a five-day license or a Hardy-Flynn, ; They included No. 97X, Joe
license for two weeks of Roberts-Davis 3-5. 2662";'... Providence in the loser's 8 years of age 9.10 a.m.; 9-13 Williams old car, with Robert .
Are You : carefree fishing Silcox-S. Smith, 2-6, 2600; G<:; bracket and in a slugfest won years of age, 10-11 a.m. Bowen driving and doing a
Roberts-Hamilton, 2-6, 2405., 22-21 in eight innings. : Tuesday and Thursday:. 14- good job of it too, seeing how
# The win over Bret & Jerry's 19 years of age, 9-10 a.m.; 20 this was Robert's second race
Gainesville the right to years of age and over, 10-11
gave To DeathCharlie ever Gene Sellers made it this
LOOKING. ? : DR. JAMES I K:. HESTER meet the Merchants for the a.m.A.tournament and dayis week with No.; 35 just barely.
I title. The game was low game Gene and Estle, who drivesNo.
OPTOME1ANNOUNCES RISTMINQ scoring and low hitting. scheduled each Friday F. Crowley 28, of 18, were warming No. 35
Gainesville came out on top of starting with the older group Cocoa serving a 20-year up at home when sheared a

THE OPEI OF HIS OFFICE the score 4-1, but managed sentence for rape in the Union pm. With the hip of a lew,
FOR THE PRACTICE. OF OPTOMETRY just two hits. Independents Correctional Institute at friends and some mighty fast
'. had four hits, two by Betty Raiford,was stabbed to death work they pulled in just in
i "Jean Hudson. 301 late Saturday. He was foundon time to run (he feature.As .
444G. W. M adison St.
This gave both teams one the floor of the main I've told you before these
1 Starke, Florlc la 32091 .t loss, and forced the tourney housing unit, with several guys run for points Since

OFFICE HOURS ....into an extra game. DRIVE-ft I deep stab wounds.A Gene doesn't have any yet this
The Merchants wanted it prison spokesman said year it was decided Estle
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Tue.day..Thuraday And Satu bad as they pushed across
S rday : .that one suspect is being would drive No. 35 and keep
ru Evenings By Appolntmer It eight runs on eight hits in the Fri & Sat questioned but-that the- Investigation his points up since he droppeda I
.. I 4/tp .6/5 -6/28 first inning to take a 8-0 lead. into Crowley'sdeath valve Friday night at Ocala.
,. .- w Gainesville bounced back tb. BURT REYNOLDS is not complete.A It was Harvey Jones in his
famous No. Ball the way again
"WW AND hunting or fishing licenseIs this week in the Sportsman'sClass. '

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Softball Swimming Program : (.,
Lake.Butler .
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Field Depends On Grant .' f, ;.. .. --r DueJune26IBySchoolBoardirjbfct' :fr.'i,; .'j-Zoning. Board Bradford Issued building County

: for seven new conventional
: : STARKE-A epeclal'school. program has been $3Smo to, Other matters, on the June. ,service program with the permits homes Monday and
LAKE BUTLER Construction lighted Softball fields. Authorized thex B I board meeting is set at 7 p.m; $40,000; a one-third portion of' 26 agenda! includeIteappointmenl: alternative of satelliting food Tuesday with a total con-
of a new lighted Following the adjournmentof penditure of approximately 'next Thursday, June '26, at that would be about $12,000 or of non from the' vo-tech cafeteria to struction cost of $18t.000.!
field for Lake Butler the regular monthly to provide new fire, BUS whereparticlpation,, in
Softball $2,000 which It >will be decided the school board's share. instructional personnel to be Zoning Director L.M.
will be contingent on the meeting held Wednesday, hoses for the fire department '' whether to fund a summer Temple said.Temple placed under contract for next the food service program was said. "It's the biggest
approv al of a grant to be made May 14, Mayor John Shaw, trucks. Chief O.B. Dukes said swimming program to the said the swimming This decision will be at a all-time low.Accepting 'Gaines two-day total since vie've beeni
by the Bicentennial Com councilwoman Sharon Mm- the county will consider tune of $12,000 plus several. program should be considereda year influenced by how much' "". a school insurance business. Evidently home
shew and councilman T.S. of the cost In
mission. one half items. and package on which and
paying more important high priority item urged the board will have construction is picking up
Application for the federal Thomas remained behind fora from next year's budget, since Originally the meeting was the board to give swimming next money year which administrators only one l firm. State Farm, lending institutions are
local
and state funds has already further discussion of the dog the equipment is used mostlyto set to discuss demolition of program coordinator Mike are expected I to entered a bid on all areasasked a brisk demand for
been completed and submitted pound problem in Lake fight fires outside the city present B-Building and Sexton the go-ahead to hire 12 learn in Orlando this week at a such as workman's reporting"
of$3ooo 'IOIIIIS.
to the state Butler. :With the amount and bus fleet,
proper limits.To agriculture building at instructors and five bus superintendent's conference compensation 'of the seven homes
authorities Councilwoman included in the city qualify for election to School to make this and building insurance.Recommendation. Most
Bradford High drivers to implement on financial matters and key In the $28'0tl() to Wlt'OUO:
Margie Cason told the City budget to be used in gettingthe the city council a petition way for a $1.2 million building summer's program. educational Issues. \ of a were Games said.
Council Wednesday, June 11. proposed facility underway containing the names of 20 program this coming year. Sexton reported that 12 There Is also the question of cancer insurance policy for class,
Recreation Director Larry they have decided to qualified voters is one of the But once: the special meetingwas instructors taught a total of whether or' not the non' employes.Elimination. '
Powell and member Bill locate the kennels near the requirements in addition to set, item after item the 431 children last year with a instructional personnel will be ,of, double Fur a sure fire fish fry, tr>' u
Cowen of the Parks and northeast corner of city owned the payment of the $25 school board couldn't make a daily attendance of about 215 able,to draw unemployment runs of bus routes 'as trollino. Trotlinw limited( t to 25:
Recreation Committee property at the sewage fee. The council June 9 the suggested by Board Member in morel
decision on was placedon students during 20-day compensation during the ,hooks! are permitted
the application for disposal plant, which is requester attorney Hal Y, for June Arthur, Gaskins. 10. cut
prepared the agenda 26. course. Sexton proposed summer if not placed under Maters for taking noiigiiniefit.li
submission to the Bicentennial located on the southside of Maines to check on the and save on fuel and
Jim mileage
Supt. Temple recommended starting the program July 7 contract. for I personal use as long 0111
Commission. SE. 11th Street elimination of the petition as a the $12,000 expenditure and ending August 1 this -Approval of environmental wear' and tear ''on' buses. 1111t' a fishing lic-rnsr.,
Approval or disapproval of Cost estimates on the ten requirement to run for office. to keep the summer summer. education: Drawback is thai small :vau,
the application should be tative plans are about $2,000. -The council checked over swimming program alive and The .board, postponed a projects to be financed by. children will have,to be later:; Tu' maintain a good hiiillh
made known by July 1, \Mrs Still under consideration by and approved. the qualifying to provide some few: other decision until June 26. Sexton state funds. ,. getting home in the afternoon '.balance In tht' Nh l ulllllatioll,
Cason said.In the canine committee are the petitions of incumbents John .summer positions in the was asked to contact his Approval .expenditure 'i-.A discussion ";of traffic I ;: bunglers should Gulch al leu..t l
the event the applicationis problems of maintaining the E.Shaw and Sharon Minshew.: and BHS routes and parking around I he.
Athletic Department personnel about the situation. of. $8,814.in local funds to ; half of existing population
the $18,000 will be kennels when they are occupied The petitions of the new said school Bradford High !
approved Band. Temple Final approval Is also set match federal funds for campus.' 'each >ear.
used to purchase a satisfactory and the manpower candidates, Tommy Spires has both .
officials approached June 26 on Supt. Temple's In' the ,,'o.teelischool .
equipment
site, within the city involved in rounding up the and Ressie Griffis were also the City of Starke and proposal to discontinue the cafeterla.,The"board f is -
limits, if possible, to constructa stray dogs throughout the approved, Bradford County Commissionto practice' of awarding continuing hesitating because the vo-tech1 LL'd.LlrLI;; ; L j, s ,
new softball field with county. -For the June 24 city seek funds to carry on ,a contracts to ad- cafeteria is the best equippedone (:i L ti. \: ; I
lighting for the county The county commissionershave election, the council appointed summer program, but got no ministrators,supervisors., and in the'county al present.. ,
recreation program. Over half deferred action on Florence Wilson to serve as indication of help. Temple coordinators. Equipment is needed worst at-. ...,.. .
members of the 14 making a contribution for the Clerk, Ella Mae Richard and :including ""
of the said he was. therefore, "If there is anybody, the Bradford High cafeteria. ..r .
teams in the summer league facility pending a more Thelma Cooley, as inspectors, recommending a bare bones myself, with a con A committee was appointed to has and to cool.heit: .
reside within or near Lake complete report to them. from and J.J Edenfield to serve. as budget of $12,000 to keep the tinuing contract as administrators Investigate i into.the entire food said:Much about the been black written bass. It is \\ \<>u think ol b.nts lit
Butler. To play and practiceat the canine committee.In bailiff. swimming program alive.: of the State ofFlorida..I considered the. use while'bass t hshing.! thereare
night they now have to other matters at Wednesday's Board members questionedthe believe this no secret he is hundreds Irom which IIId1UIIS

travel to Worthington Springsor meeting, the $12.000 expenditure being and I'll stand by il..thateve Night MeetingsSet king of f'lorida'sfresh.\\ater. '"' '. But there ;1I't' lour I
fish ,
Raiford. both of whom have council: had game, .1. : / that IUMcaught:
Children's Story submitted,, after it gone body ought to turn in. has his. own basic lures
through ''a lengthy series of their CC status as ad- ; In Union: tactics Everyone when it comes to bass mxl'ltlway' will: ,plastic,\ '

Hour Set Monday meetings with each principaland ministrators and principalsand him,' but rememberhe \\orins.iipiniuT baits spoon
catching
the staff and set priority three LAKE BUTLER As mid
go on a year contract i a is about the most unpredictable ( plugs.
Darla Christopher will present expenditures for the coming basis," Temple told the gesture of making themsleves: fish there is. He
Ted's Welding Shop a Story Hour of Dr. Seuss year. The swimming programwas board. "That gives three more readily available to the 'changes his habits with. the Color could spell the thl'
books on Monday, June 23, at not on the list, board years to prove themselves and citizens they represent Union seasons. Terence when (tisint pUislie
10 a.m. at the Bradford members pointed out. gets you out of a political county commissioners have When think of season's worms. Itlaek. |Phil)l&uul
V. County Public Library as partof "Our budget next year Is hassle." he continued, agreed to hold a meeting at.,, you'" automatically you think of blue seem lo do I the ,)dui)
323 W. Brownlee St. 964-8988 the summer reading pro- going lobe very tight althoughit'll meaning a two or three year night once each month, ,Spring Summer Fall,. and IIII hl'l't' \<>u g II.
activities. be a little looser than we contract would get administrators Their first nightly meetingwill 'Vinterbut as we'associate :Spinner Kills are one ol m>
gram ," Temple told the the 1976 be held Tuesday, June 24 '
All children are invited to anticipated past Old Big Mouth with I the 'lavorites! Meeps. Sn.igless.!
Repairs Light or Heavy attend. board. The annual summer election. at 8 p.m.in the commissioners seasons we could narrow It 'S.ill' v Peck'sellov" S.ill> .

No administrator has thus meeting room at the cour-. down to Spring. Summer, and 'I\\1l1il/.t/ Al Fuss 'Shimnit
Ornamental Iron Design far turned in his continuing thouse. If enough interest is' Fall. \\iggler.!!!! and I lleih's Dilly arerlugh .

contract. shown in the evening meetings the he will prom 1 on m\' list!. '
Install Or Trailer Hitches .1 Like This Arthur will be continued on a In Spring .
Repair An Opportunity Board member they the shallow near grass logs I'lugsIt' an old Ui\orito.( I Ilov
Gaskins shortened the monthly basis. for cover. lo see a I has (take a lcuiler .*|>
or stumps
Comes But Once'In proposal to two years with The regular monthly Bedding season usually \ lure. It will l1Ial-.l' .\our
final approval of the meeting of the commissionersis
begins in February or when blood pressure !go up.
suggestion not to come until held in the daytime hours- the water temperature )'mi have' a w Ida selet'Iion!
A LIFETIMELand June 26. Administrators affected It begins at 9:30: a.m. on the reaches approximately 70 \\ht'n it terries .lo Ihli'|> |! ,

by the proposal those Tuesday following.the first degrees. Bass do not bed all ;il, Hapuld.. Bann-O/ ).Lure IXilion
without continuing contractsin Monday of,each month. the same time. The truth is Special, .littei'bug.! ..liiuI /
Fronting On their present'positions, that bass are involved in a I Mil lor. and l Kebel. .'
DAir ] include Deputy Supt. W.L. iiu'iitionril lines
abate
traffic triangle duringspawning flue
SR100 4 Miles West of Starke Kilpatrick, Curriculum New Phone For season. will do (Ihe |ol). it .Mill li.i\e

Coordinator Richard Jockel, During spawning st'a.onthl'! lulietii'e lo keep on |ilu "King" .
'3,000 Principals Carl Clark and Jim CUBB Homemaker buck bass assumes the role of Asou 1.110l'ldl, lisher
1 Acre Tract Duncan, and Assistant the builder and guard of the 'nun) 'has his lauuite line
Principals Charles Hall and ServiceThe !it lie, \Mirm.iil ,
Tract '3,950 bed. Often during spawning whether a plastic
N'oo 2 Acre Joe Hull. season you will get a \iciout,. \>e.Mlnllor.se4!, : Kap.ila. ,lot'a

.. 5'/t' Acre'Tract *8,250 Union Board Central. Office of CUBB strike: {in most cases it is the l>allonSWjsUU:'\ { _." 1 i! "'
f\\\ f Economic Agency's Home- buck bass protecting Ihe bed. Keep in liiindVi, priieiiljolIhelish
tES 5 % Acre Tract 8,625' Meets FridayLAKE maker Services Program in Usually the buck bass! i is! use onl.v' tne, 'I"'I''''II!
Starke has a new telephone caught first during bedding nl !the Lakeoii can( un

ae 9.85 Acre Tract '14,250 BUTLER number. season for the simple reasonhe 1I1'l'blaml11) it is ,onu'nnm's
heat Effective immediately, all locate I those ILI--S.
meeting will be will attack anything that hard t lo
14.25 Acre Tract '14,250 public Friday, June 20, in calls for information or comes near. Cream" are biting III
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7:30
; Come See the: county p.m. commissioner'smeeting referral should be made to ., During bedding season your Noonans: Lake aiiunul !Iheipie.ss
in the cour- 964-7684.) target is not limited to those I"l'I'Io."
FOR SALE BY OWNER thouse. .room on bed. Let's not forget those \Mass .seem. to have slowed''
to and those down a' little. Thl'1'lIlIld.I'I''
buss coming
To be discussed at the Statutory Rape \\: T Smith
Our New will be the county's leaving the bed. looting al night!
OWNER FINANCED meeting and In summer beginning about said Ihe mos<|inlos ire lining
new Building Inspection Charged To Youth June or when the water at Kiidm.in at nighl.It.issmasters .
Permit program.

Store DON'T WAIT CALL TODAY! contractors Prospective, tradesman home builders and, STARKE James Daniel gradually temperature m rises veinto bass deepwater will about 1111' ought loin are'n.iinent cxeited onUixlmaii
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interested citizen of the ticks 18, of Starke, was the depth depending on this 1"1'111.1.lulU' :Uil!
Only These Six Tracts Left any county or its municipalities arrested over the weekendand where ht'l finds it comfortable. 'this is the time ol the' tear IIIll'l
'ht'ti whilelishmg
Your l fishing tactics will Ihat line s4'ctt
are invited to attend and take charged with statutory
Soon following an investigation have to change from shallow I .it night!
in the discussion. ,
Ph. 964-5219 1tpd part rape' conducted by to dl'l'paler if you plan to 'Ihe tournament Is'guI\s at II

I Don Denton. stay in contact with those p.in. sharp l'iidaiieiung.!!.
-- --- -_._-- .I deputy Bond of $1,500 was set by hu\\gs.\ Fishing drop off's an June 211.> and ends ill It a in
',county Judge Elzie Sanders. area where the depth changes sharp Saturday morning!!
abruptly from shallow to .1 II lit' 21 Boats will l.itiiieh at

deep is good, but remember Orange Springs!! Landing./! '
ideal water temperature is LIIII.ill11I1'II'd,! /! I to seeingall !
3 Are ArrestedIn where he is. ol,you there

Sale During the Full bass l beginto
Giant Doublewide Hampton move back to the shorelinewhen Ross U. ishes.Neil
: lord
; Store Burglary the temperature begins! : t't.1\\


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Dempsey and Don Denton of

'the Bradford County Sheriff's .
'1 Department. Sweets

I I Two juveniles and 18 year
son C. Lewis were Jubilies & Congos ;
: charge with the break.ln.I ''

5 BRANDS of -- ::-zc I Entry Into the store was $ i(!. '' .. "
HOMES gained by removing a door. 199GREEN ......: 6.. :t
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With A Wide Selection 1.. Double Wide Repro. '24x60 Lap Siding .proximately recovered by the$500 arresting was;

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FHA Financing Available Now ",, ., ",..."t '(" ,.,.' F;'11J'r'i /<..\\V: ,';.allegations against.. .former, ;' PERRETSir. .
'," if ''.:,.' ..Public Defender Mack( ':S.
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LATEST NEWS Just Arrived ., \I"'", '.: ...:. ,,;.turned .over'tq.lhe: state;'at, :il' ; ': : i., FRESH BROWN "

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Bedroom .
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2 Full Bath with Lap Siding .t ., i' lenL, ', ; ',:,..f \" ;" $1
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I Mustang y. |I ham. ...tn.ll\.rel.oId by Produce Market

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i : agentsJ;; 617 N. Temple Avc.9646O71
j 1eb0N.Temph994.T212 "" : .' !\ \ J .'!Usxase agents may b* found .
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Bradford County Senior and Among the lop winners was carried a $450 cash prize and a
Junior FFA Chapters returned Andy Baldree, of the senior trip to the National Conven- ';r.

home from the Orlando chapter, who won two top tion of Foresters in Birming-
.I State Convention last week honors for his work in ham, Ala., and the National
Land Use Study :;'.: with 29 awards, believed to be forestry. Baldree won the FFA Convention in Kansas

'' t- unequalled in number by any FFA Forestry Award, City, Mo. in November. 'f L ;
i : : other FFA chapter represented presented by the Seaboard
: Is Continuous Process ., at the meeting.. Coastline Railroad, which Baldree was also Slate
', winner in the Forest Manage-

i ment contest, sponsored by
Agrico Chemical Co., and his
After two years of study and'the expenditure of more than $30,000' application was among those

(mostly Federal funds) Bradford County's final land use planning County Agents By ... selected for competition at the

report was presented to the public last week. national convention.Zed .
BobbyTaylor .:
Notebook
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The question now arises: What will become of it? '. ., chapter lIamilt was State n' of the winner senior in

.; the Horticulture demonstration -
I Will it be consigned to a dark corner of some steel shelf in the new where his "Planning by

courthouse, or will it become a continuing study, playing a viable and Design" project won a gold

significant role in the future of Bradford County? It looks like most of our short mown grass or newly emblem and a trip to the
national convention.
crops and gardens will be planted areas
successful this Harvest ,
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year.
If it is tossed aside with other items to "file and forget," a lot of quality and prices receivedhas Mole crickets can be con- Bradford Senior Chapter
also produced the winning
trolled
money, and a lot of time and effort will have gone down the drain.,The been real good. I hope you Apply when by sprays the or overnight baits. Stale Quartette at the convention -

fact that it was mostly Federal money that financed the study makes have had table plenty of vegetablesfor freezer temperature is expected to be composed of Becky

little difference-it is taxpayers'money just the same, and should not be and your for canning., your 70 degrees Fahrenheit or Hutchins, Eddie Framplon.
wasted. above. Have the turf moist at Jimmy Scott, and Kim Tenly.
the time the treatment is They brought home a banner iBecky
Since we are in mole cricket applied. If it has become dry and a large trophy.Bradford' .
in-
here is some
Invaluable information about all phases of our county is contained season formation, that might help you irrigate the area to be treated teams took five l l

in the report, condensed copies of which will be published and made recognize and control these about by running an hour.the This sprinklers aids in the for places in the' Horticulture Demonstrations -

available to city and county officials, zoning board members, and other pests. penetration 'of the spray into with the senior

interested persons through the County Zoning Board. But the in- the soil or in the case of baits, team, Kim Tenly and Eddie

.formation is valuable only to the extent that it is used. Lying unused in The two most destructive encourages the mole cricketsto Frampton winning a plaquefor
species of mole crickets in come to the surface to feedon second place with their
dark of someone's shelf it isn't worth dime.
a corner a
Florida are the Puerto Rican the bait., entry, "The Many Uses of
\ and Southern. They live in the King Cabbage." the junior

As pointed out by those who presented the study last week, the soil and feed on the roots of Apply the insecticide learn James Livingston and
plants.] The adults are about 1 properly., When using a spray Billy Gnann. took third place
best and only to implement and utilize the study for
perhaps way 1-2 inches long and light brownin it is important to apply the with their.'demonstratlon."The .
future land use planning is through a local Planning Commission which color. The front legs are ,insecticide in a large amount Many Uses of the Mighty

Bradford County does not now have, but sorely needs. Ideally, this short and stout and well :of water. attachments to Irish Potato."

should be a joint city-county set-up, since all four of the county's adapted for tunneling throughthe garden hoses are excellent
included in the soil. tools for home gardeners to Sonya Tenly, u junior Hutching, a member of the top-ranking State FKAQuartette
municipalities were. present study.It use. The type which requires chapter member, look second displays a few of the trophies brought home by the

The eggs are laid in the 15 to 20 gallons of water place in Horticultural Lund- Bradford Senior and Junior Chapters.InmateStudents.

was also pointed out that unless the planning is made a continuous spring, several inches below passing through the hose to scaping with her" entry "The
the soil surface. The nymphs empty the quart size jar is Living Carpet, demoastral-
find itself faced with having to in and do
process,the county might step (immature mole crickets ) recommended. Put the ing turf grasses.
the entire process over, three or four years from now--paying the hatch in approximately two amount of insecticide in the

expense, which could run another 30 or 40 thousand dollars, out of local weeks, depending on the soil jar for 500 square feet (see The senior chapter's Finish

funds. This is true because the 1975 Legislature passed a bill requiring, temperature. The immature,' chart). Fill the jar the rest of Poultry Judging team took
second the 200
mole crickets look like the! the way with water. Spray out place among
all Florida cities and counties to initiate a land use planning
program
(teams entered in this contest.
smaller the contents over 500
adults except they are square Course CenterThe
within the next four years. and lack fully developed feet. To insure even coverage, Jackie Murr, senior Lawtey

wings. The nymphs develop spray back and forth across chapter .won nomination for
throughout the summer and the measured area; then turnat the American Farmer degree first inmate course in center on its vocational l
As matters now stand Bradford County is far ahead of most Florida fall. The following spring; right angles and spray back which will be presented 1 to him commercial building was training program./(

counties in land use planning, but this advantage could easily be lost they are mature and ready to and forth across the same in November completed last Friday af Certificates were presentedto

unless the program becomes a continuing one that keeps abreast of lay eggs. There is only one; area. After spraying, irrigatefor Nine members awarded 1 the ternoon members when 18 class the graduates by James T.

current problems. generation per year. about 40 minutes (or put on State Farmer degree were: graduated at the Wainwright. superintendent
about 1-5 inch of water to leach Lawtey Community
of the center. There were nine
Becky Hutchins, Andy
Adult mole crickets are the insecticide into the top one Baldree,' Mike Gaskins, Correctional Center. graduates in t the general I
As pointed out in the land use report, Bradford County has serious readily attracted to lights( of two inches of soil). Jimmy Gladwell Harold The six maintenance course, and ninein
graduates received
problems, some of which will make massive demands on our financial especially in the spring during Davis. Pat Taylor, Randall certificates from the masonry.
resources with the rapid growth that is expected to come to this area their mating flights: Most of If is a bait is used, apply whenit Thomas Terry Thomas, and Department of Education State The material the
not to rain
their life, however, is spent in likely overnight Whitehead.The men
in the next five or ten years. But the problems are not insurmountable, the soil. During periods of and preferable apply Barry which approved the course. covered in full-time class and

and planning in advance how to deal with them will help keep them at a drought or cold weather; they late in'' the afternoon. The Bradford senior .' shop work was designed to
of the
minimum. '! burrow deeper.until favor able most effective( time for baitingis Eight men are servingihjirfirstsentences give them starting level skills\
the
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yvith the
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'i' blue :
print reading,
/ and during A gust and Sep.tember"when' plumbing -
moisture
,I, y014r-ZETTERS temperatures c second best 'i"n |the district and. Florida Division. Corrections carpentry ,
nymphs masonry
are reached. are won a $25 cash award. and one is in his second
,, welding
growing fast and require electricity painting,
Mole crickets are most much food. It is very important Around 1,500 members and term. All inmates.are minimum glazing, air conditioning,

active at night especially aftera to scatter it thinly and guests attended the June 9.13 custody refrigeration and heating.

rain or irrigation and when evenly over the soil surface. A convention at the Sheraton Sheriff ,Dolph Reddish The' graduation

the temperature is above 70 few flakes should fall on every Towers in Orlando. This was addressed' the graduates, attended 1 bII number ceremonywas ul'(
degrees Fahrenheit. When square inch of soil in the the first time in 29 years that emphasizing advances madein city and county officials and
TO conditions such as these exist, treated area. the convention has not been Florida's correctional representatives 01 l the

: they will come to the surface held in Daytona Beach. system in recent years and Division of Corrections.
and make burrows in the Baits may be applied by commending the Lawtey Tallahassee
THE EDITOR. upper inch or two of soil hand. To insure even Thirteen members from the

... Occasionally, they will par coverage then turn at right local chapters attended and
tially emerge from the soil angles and spread back and were accompanied by ad-
and gather bits of food from. forth across the same area visors:: Paul Hutchins and
the soil surface. again. If distributed by hand, Greg .Alvarez, and Mrs
be sure to wear natural rubber Alvarez.'',

GOVKUNOirS: ACTION Bradford County'recom.- Committee of Bradford Damage to lawn grass and gloves. Do not water in after

PROTESTED: mending Connie M. Clark who County. I do not want you to be other plants is primarily .applying.

has already served previouslyas misled by the picture clippingI through feeding on the roots, (!JLt L'E t filletQL'lllt
assistant superintendent. I am sending you.. but their burrowing loosensthe Regardless whether a spray

June 17,1975To want to ask you: Do you Sincerely, soil causing plants to dry, :'-or bait is used, a second application -
believe it decent, proper or a out and sometimes they are in 10 days to 2 weeks J
the Honorable Reubin' Christian act to try to destroythe Vernon E. Olin completely uprooted. The provides more thorough
O.D. Askew, Governor State great Democratic party in DemocraticCommitteeman meandering burrows of mole control. Call us for recom-
of Florida. Tallahassee Fla.: this county and state by crickets are about 1-8 ;:"mendations on insecticides By William Haas
Veterans Service Officer
ignoring and slapping these Starke, Fla. diameter and easily seen ,in .to use. .
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Dear Governor: true Democrats in the face the :
moment heard of their The'August( I, 1975: deadlinefor ip./+ V, to
When I read the GainesvilleSun recommendation you ? You must THANKS FROM A. A. tiling\ applications lor t tib. rt

this afternoon June 17. realize this is the most important Veterans Group Life In-
1975, and learned that you had office in this county, Editor TelegraphDear I surance is rapidly ap 7 1 1r

'appointed Richard H. Jockel, and who knows this better Sir: proaching. t ,,.re

Superintendent of Schools for han the Democrats who were We have read the articles I in
Bradford County, I was elected by local people to run Veterans who were released r
"The
stunned beyond belief.I ? Many of us your paper entitled from active'duty as far buck : p
the local party
1 ,
Disease of Alcholism" with a '
people by as April 3, 1970 can purchase a a
contacted many deal of interest and
have been a life-long great low-cost lor
I telephone to ask their sen a11 n ; term-policy a
Democrat and one of your gratitude.The s period of up to five years. This
.
greatest admirers. How could timents.If writer, "O.W.M.;" is' insurance is known us Mrs Siemer CitedCol.
the elected head and "Veterans Life In-
you leaders defy of the Bradford you will do this to us, you doing a fine and sympatheticjob Group
Democratic Com will do it to other counties. In for A.A. All of us are most surance. .< Harry :M. Hatcher. Jr of Camp Blanding is shown
County evident that that case in about ten to 20 appreciative of the. Understanding prest'ntingIrs.; Marie M. Siemer with the Commendation
It is you
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mittee This insurance is available
could not elect a and care that has Incentive
the years you Certificate recently awarded to her by the Slate
rushed this appointment received noticeof Democrat to a dog catcher'sjob. gone into these articles. only to veterans who held Awards Committee in recognition of her sustained-out-

moment you decision of Remember, you were SGLI coverage at time of standing performance. A cash award of 1200: goes with the
the unanimous of elected by the hard-working, From the beginning our jig separation. Application may ct'rtlficatt'1rs.: Siemer is employed as secretary by the
Democratic Party -
the have had be made for lesser
Fellowship, we a amount
Democratic of Director of
thousands of M Department Military: Affairs In the office
'Committeemen in this state. splendid understanding and i but not for more than was Maintenance. A resident of Starke she has held this position
M Think of the honor they cooperation from the communications .carried at time of separation. for 22 .years and has received outstanding performance
Neijhbori"Ah media. Many
; bestowed upon you. Now you ratings for the past four years.
them. people, sober in A.A. today, Onej important feature of
have rejected They '
committeemen and women. first learned of the this insurance is, that any

know these candidates from A Fellowship, and the possibilityof service-connected disabilitywill

to Z.' and know who is best recovery In it, from readingan i \ not disqualify the veteran _
under article in a newspaper or from purchasing this group r x tt't' ** w"t'i"*'
fitted for the position
consideration If you have to magazine. Therefore, it is.a coverage. In addition, when
YM another decision as matter of particular gratitudewith J this insurance expires, the
make
a great as this, will you please us to see this fine work veteran can purchase an r ,nDowf, all melt len t Pfi Mr
for guidance so as to act still going
in pray the best interests of all Finish surance from'participating r
those Involved.' You have All of us send to you not only Employees commercial, Insurance
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and our thanks but our warm company Vat standards
disillusioned many people by greetings as,well.General ., premium rates, 'regardless of ,"vite$ V
shame to our party
brought Correctional TrainingPictured his health or physical condition '-" C c 1 ,pLKf4) Qtl
ignoring party practices ,
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rules and unwritten policies. Service Board ; --H----O at tfiat, time.Applications .
what>\ to worry Alcoholics Anonymous, Inc.
II shouldn't hare any effect. on Mr. Clark is'a member of 468 Park Avenue South above are. eight, i course covers Florida are :availableat
work .nyw.y.- the Democratic County''' New York, N.Y. 10016 employees of Florida State+ Division of Corrections administration ;
your usual .''I and .-any Veterans Administration
Prison who recently operation, k
Office
graduated from a four-week and work in human relations. Veterans aAl A t n ,
course at the Florida Divisionof Purpose of the training is to Service' :Organizations or y1Ir rd i1iV'
pR1e' BRADFORD Corrections' Correctional improve treatment, control, County Veterans Service
4thSINCE1879 Institute at Raiford. and rehabilitation of inmatesby Offices. These" completed
Training
lf
,0 increasing the effectiveness applications with first mooth's -' $ I I ,
itp4 premium payment 'and J ;
((1-r) of employees.
row :
U BoFgart assistant manager; have proof of service, must be I

r Robert G.. Ortagus, and submitted "by August 1 to: r, *'

4 Donald E. Barber, instructor. The fulltime course earned Office'of. Servicemen's Group } i iA
TySW'?e *>/ ",-., BOB G FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Second row; Arel V. Rnoderu i the graduates nine semester I Life Insurance', 212 'tiroy

nO&-r \ r\ ; Publishers N.B. Rosier, William L><,credits from Lake City Washington Street, Newark,

Published eacrr Thurfday and entered a*second Class. Matter. at the Post Office: at Starke, Fla. under Acf< Murwin Jr., and James C. Community College. 'The New.. Jersey 07102. t
RobertE. ,. graduates will continue their
1879. Fletcher: Third row:
of March 3,
I Subscription rate hi trade area:1: 18.per;'year:\ 3.50 six months. Taylor, Aubrey D Thorn-, training with 160 more hours For' more information
Outside trade area: t7 per year: M.OO six months.. ton.; and Harry W. Tison. taught by regional instructors contact your Service Officer
,, .t the various correctional in the Courthouse.
- Starke. Fla. 160-hour resident 1 ,
I Phone 964-6305 The, Institutions across Florida.


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IN THE' CIRCUIT COURT, follows: deed to be Issued thereon. The of duplication, which will not be Seal of the State of NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Certificate No. 30. certificate numbers and years of refundable. Florida at Tallahassee, the TAX DEED
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Year of Issuance: 1973 issuance the description of the Bidders' qualifications must be Capital, this the 24th day of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
BRADFORD COUNTY Description of Property: Beg property, and the names in satisfactory to The Board of April, A.D., 195BRUCEA that EUGENE F. SHAW the
295.1' N of SW Cor of SE/ of which It was assessed are as County Bradford Commissioners, SMATHERS holder of the following certificates ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER
County, Florida. has filed said certificatesfor SLBJ''t'suls.
NWV4 Com N 210' E 210' S follows SECRETARY OF STATE fbIJ1.
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ACTION :
CIVIL Owner reserves right to waive Itchg 6-19 a tax deed to be issued NAACP MEETINGThe
Case No.74318In 210', W210', to Beg. Sec. 18, T- Certificate No.: 6 informalities in any bidand to thereon. The certificate numbersand Florida State NAACP
6-S R22E. Year of Issuance 1973 bid --------------
ReThe: Marriage of : accept any they consider to years of issuance, the Convention will be held In
HENRY LEE RUDOLPH, Name in which assessed: Description of Property: Lot be from lowest responsible IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF description of the property, and this weekend June / ..
Husband and JOANNA P. Willie/ Ham HaganAll 22 In Woodlawn, Sec. 17, T-5-S, bidder and to reject any and all THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR the names )in which it was Orlando A will, be

RUDOLPH, Wife.NOTICE of said property being in R22E. bids CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR assessed are as follows: 20-21. mass meeting
the County of Bradford State of Name In which assessed: BRADFORD COUNTY. Certificate No. 10 held Friday at Mount Zion Cr.ASSIFIKI. > AD HATES
Florida. Madeline Edwards THE BOARD OF COUNTY + PROBATE NO. 75-163 ((1- Year of Issuance: 1973 Missionary Baptist Church in ,"'. .'
OF SUIT- COMMISSIONERS, BRAD Description of Property: Lots 9, Orlando and attorney
,
Unless such certificate All of said in 2315))
NO PROPERTY or property being FORD COUNTY, FLORIDABY 16 Otts SID/ Sec: 24, T-5-S, R- Margaret Bush Wilson will I Deitdllne, for InsertionTuesday
certificates shall be redeemed the County of Bradford, State of : D. L. "DAVE"SHUFORD 22.E Noon preceding
IN RE: Estate of speak Saturday, June 21, at
ToJoanna: P. Rudolph according to law the property Florida. ( Chairman6192tchg626 RUTH MELIN CARLISLE, Name In which assessed: the Sheraton-Catalina Hotelon Thursday before publication
described in such certificate or Unless such certificate or EMMA IRVINAll
c/o Pearl Burnett a/k/a RUTH K. CARLISLE,
Interstate 4 at 33rd St. in
811 Gregery St. certificates will be sold to the certificates shall be rendered --------IBM--MB*M a Deceased. of said property being in the Minimum Charge $2.
Greenville, Ala. highest bidder at the courthouse according to law the property ADVERTISEMENT County of Bradford, State of Orlando The final big event (Covers 1 13: Words)

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat door on the 8th day of described in such certificate or INVITATION TO BID NOTICE TO CREDITORS Rorida will take place with a banquet Kachvoul: over III !

an action for Dissolution of July, 1975. certificates will be sold to the Sealed bids will be received by All creditors of the Estate of Unless such certificate or at the Sheraton Twin Towers I Hl(I cents

has been filed against Dated this 5th day of June, highest bidder at the courthouse The Board of County Com RUTH MELIN CARLISLE, also certificates shall be redeemed Hotel on Major Blvd. in
Marriage and 1975. door on the 8th day of missioners, Bradford County, known as RUTH K. CARLISLE according to law the property Orlando with Gov, Askew as All Classified Ails
P. Rudolph, must .be
Joanna
you July, 1975. Florida, at the Commission deceased, are hereby notified described in such certificate or speaker.
you are required to serve a copyof Dated this 5th day of June, Meeting Room, Bradford and required to file any claims or certificates will be sold to the paid for in l\aiK'e unless you
your written defenses, if any Gilbert S. Brown County Courthouse, Starke, demands which they may have highest bidder at the court ciiunciiisEws have an established ucco'iintwith

to it, on The Clerk of Circuit By: Beulah M. Moody 1975. Florida, up to 10:00 a.m. E.D.T.on against said Estate in the Officeof house door on the 15th day of Greater Allen Chapel AME: the Telegraph in that
Court whose name and addressis Clerk of Circuit Court of July 1975 at which time and the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof July,, 1975. Rev. R.G. Heastie event .10( cents: extra", charge
P. O. Drawer B, Starke, Bradford County Rorida., Gilbert S. BrownBy place all bids received will be Bradford County, Florida, in Dated this 11th day of June, Church and for billing. Not responsible) for
Florida, and file the original with 6/12 4tchg 7/3 : Beulah M. Moody publicly opened and read aloud the Court House at Starke, 1975. pastor. Prayer Meeting C'I'rot'lIh,11 /given over the
Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford for furnishing: Florida, within six ((6)) calendar Class Meeting Tuesday night
clerk of the above styled ------- """-*""---*." phone orh,11 is
copy not
the County, Florida. ONE ((1)) NEW CAB & months from the date of the first Gilbert S. Brown, ClerkBr Church School, 10 a.m ,
court on or before June 23, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 6/124tchg 7/3 CHASSIS AND/OR ONE ((1)) publication of this notice Each : Beulah Moody Morning Worship at 11. Each typed and brought to the of

1975; otherwise a judgment may EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF NEW TILT-FRAME, ROLL claim or demand must be in Clerk of Circuit Court of member is asked to attend the fice.
be entered against you for the. .-------------- and must state the Bradford Rorida
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BRAD OFF HOIST FOR THE BOARDOF writing placeof County, Fellowship Hour at Ebenezer
relief demanded in the complaint FORD COUNTY. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR COUNTY COM residence and post office 6/194t/ 710NOTICE Baptist Church. 3 p.m.

or petition. TAX DEED MISSIONERS, BRADFORD address of the claimant and -------------- A Dance Contest will be
WITNESS hand and the COUNTY, FLORIDA STARKE, must be sworn to be the OF APPLICATIONFOR
my CIVIL ACTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, his sponsored by the youth of the SERVICE
his at-
FLORIDA claimant, agent or
seal of said Court on May 20, Case No. 74-103 holder of TAX DEED at
that T.W. TATUM the church this Saturday night
Any bid received after specifiedtime torney, or it will become void NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
1975. MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE the following certificates has and date will not be con- according; to law. that T.W. TATUM the holder of 8 p.m. in the old RJE
filed said certificates for a tax sidered. the following certificates has cafeteria. The public 'is in-

Gilbert S. BrownAs deed to be issued thereon. The Each bid must be accompaniedby EUGENE F. SHAW filed said certificates for a tax vited. MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also

Clerk of said Court SHELLIE H. GERLE a/k/a certificate numbers and years of certified check, cashier's P.O. BOX 1086 deed to be issued thereon. The Ml.ion AMK Church Rev. .mobile home hurricane anchoring

By: Beulah M. MoodyAs SHELLIE A. HALL, Plaintiff, vs. issuance, the description of the check or bid bond in amount of STARKE, FLORIDA certificate numbers and years of K.H. Bethel pastor. Annual and mobile home roof
Deputy Clerk JOE MORRIS NAPIER, at al., property, and the names lin al least 5 per cent of base bid, as Attorney for Executrix issuance, the description of the Men's Day> will be observed
5/29 4tchg 6/19 guarantee that bidder, if and the names in coating. Olin's'MOBILE
Defendant: which it was assessed are as property starting with Church School at
--------..--....-- awarded contract, will withinten AUDREY RUTH CARLISLE which it was assessed are as Deacon Robert Home Service. 964 5606, Rt.
follows: consecutive calendar riavs Executrix of the Estate 10 a.m.,
follows: 100VV." Starke, Fla.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NOTICE OF SUIT- Certificate No. 67. after written notice being given of RUTH MELIN CARLISLE, :Certificate No: 50 .Franklin acting superintendent tfchg.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF PROPERTYToDefendants Year of Issuance: 1973. or such award, enter into written a/k/a RUTH K. CARLISLE Year of Issuance: 1973 in charge. Herman -- - -

FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- Description of Property: 1 Lot contract with The Board of Deceased. Description of Property: Com. Johnson president of Brad BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete

FORD COUNTY. : Joe Morris 105ft E & W by 80 ft. IM&Sin County Commissioners, 6/194t7/10 at SE Cor. of NE% of SE'/4 of ford County branch of sharpening service, circular,
Napier, the NE Cor. of Lot 8 S/D of NV4 Bradford County, Florida, in ------------- NE'., Run W 200' for POB. N NAACP will be the speaker. hand, carbide, chain Mower

CIVIL ACTION et al, and to all others of NE% of NW/ Sec: 29, T-7- accord with accepted bid. FLORIDA DEPARTMENTOF 1001, W 77.5', S 100', E77.5' to Rev. Freddie Bell and con blades hollow ground and

RONALD WAYNE PARKER, whom it may concern: S, R-22.E. for No period bidder of may 30 withdraw days after his date bid HEALTH AND POB.Name in which assesed: Union gregation from Live Oak will balanced. Cull 964 7509 or

Husband and RUTH MARIE Name in which assessed: F & set for opening thereof.All REHABILITATIVE SERVICES Victor. render services at 3 p.m. leave at Jackson Building

PARKER WIfe.NOTICE YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat A.M. Lodge. equipment shall be DIVISION OF AGING All of said property being )in the Greater Bethlehem Freewill Supply, Starke or Keystone

an action to foreclose the All of said property being in manufactured/constructed in County of Bradford, State of \ Baptist Church Rev. Heights. tfchg.
OF SUIT- following property in Bradford the County of Bradford, State of accord with specifications and NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING. Florida. Jasper Williams pastor. Tiny

NO PROPERTY County, Florida: Florida. contract documents relative RELATED TO DEVELOPMENT Unless'such certificate or Tots and Junior Ushers Board CREDIT PROBLEMS? Your

Lot 1 and the Southerly 25 Unless such certificate or thereto as prepared by Moore, the FY 1976 State OF Plan for certificates shall be redeemed meeting Monday night credit is good herel) Free
ToRuth Marie Parker feet of Lot 2, Block 3, Temple's certificates shall be redeemed May and Harrington, Architects, according to law the property Prayer Meeting Tuesday
:
Federal Funds available to the Delivery! No carrying charges!
Inc. Palatka
Address Unknown Addition to the Town of Starke, according to law the property Florida. Plans, State through the Older described in such certificate or night..Choir No. 1 rehearsal No Interest I Sperry Furniture.
specifications and contract sold the
will be to
Florida in the NW/ of NEK of certificates
described in such certificate or documents may be examined at Americans Act of 1965, As bidder at the court Wednesday night Story Hourat 122 E. Call St. Starke. tip
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Section 28, Township 6 South, certificates will be sold to the Clerk's Office in Bradford Amended. Funds are available to house highest door on the 8th day of the church Thursday night. -- -
an action for Dissolution of Range 22 East, SAVE AND highest bidder at the court County Courthouse, Starke, the State on the basis of July, 1975 Choir No. 2 rehearsal Friday

Marriage has been filed againstyou EXCEPTING thereof THEREFROM within any the house door on the 8th day of Florida or at office of artichitectat population aged 60 and older for Dated this 4th day of June, night 7pm. Saturday the DAY CARE for your child.
lying
portion
State and Community Programson Reasonable rates, fenced
Ruth Marie Parker and you right of way of the Seaboard AirLine July, 1975. 108 North Palm Avenue, 1975. young people will sell from the
and for Nutrition
Aging
hot meal. 2
Dated this 4th of June Palatka, Florida 32077. is Trustee yard Ages up.
are required to serve a copy of Railroad day kitchen. Sunday
for the
; One of and Programs Elderly. 964 8464. 6/19 2tp 626Calomel ;
set specifications
your written defenses, if any to 1975. Hearing Date: Wednesday, Gilbert S. Brown, Day. Church School 9:10.:: (
documents and forms
it, on the plaintiff attorney, has been filed against you and for contract bidding be secured from June 25, 1975 by: Beulah M. Moody Court of Morning Worship at 11.
may of Circuit
whose name and address is you are required to serve a copy Gilbert S. BrownBy office of architect, by depositing LocationOlder: Americans Clerk Florida Dinner served. 12-30: Evening
Hon. George H. Pierce, P. O. of your written defenses, if any : Beulah M. Moody therewith $10.00. Deposit will be Council, 1029 N.E. 9th Street, 6/12 Bradford County 7/3 Worship. 6 pm.

Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad refunded upon submission of Gainesville 4tchg New !Bethel Baptist 'hurch.
whose name and address is -------------- L
and file the original with the ford County, Rorida. bona fide bid and return of said Time: 10 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Rev. Leroy Davis IMS tor. C ZpJ
H. Pierce Pierce & For
George information about
clerk of the above styled court 6/12 4tchg 7/3 specifications and contract NOTICEPUBLIC Prayer Meeting and Bible /
Hardy P.A. P.O. Drawer 1030 procedures for submission of 6
-------------- documents
before 7,1975 otherwise in good condition, Choir
July Class
on or ; HEARINGA Wednesday night.
Starke, Florida, 32091, and file oral or written testimony,
within date
NOTICEPUBLIC ten days after set for
a judgment may be entered No 2 rehearsal Saturday 7 It.
the original with the clerk of the HEARINGA opening of bids. If bidders desire contact Milledge Murphey,
against you for the relief Coordinator, Region III :377- be heldat Church School 9:43.: l
above styled court on or before more than one set of Public Hearing will p.m. 4 44 y; r.T ,
demanded in the complaint or July 1, 1975; otherwise a judgment Public Hearing will be held specifications and forms, these 7731 or call collect to Dale G. the City Hall, Starke, Fla. Mon Morning Worship at 11.. 'y.1't.. .

petition. may be.entered against at the City Hall Starke,,.Fla. may be obtained by paying cost Oltman, Assistant Director, July 7, 1975 at 5.00 p,m, for the Everyone is asked'..to'attendhe : v
(1904)) 4884797.Itch .
WITNESS my hand and the you for the relief demanded in Mon, July 7th at 500 p.m.for of duplication, which will not be following purpose-Placing a ( Jo''lIowshlpHour at *
seal of said Court on June 3,' the complaint or petition. the following purpose-Placing a refundable. .! _6-19'______ Mobile Home at the Following Ebenezer at 3 p.m. Sunday. another name for
1975 WITNESS hand and the Mobile Home at the following Bidders' qualifications must be locations: Evening Service 630.: chloride of mercury, u white
my CITY OF HAMPTONThe
seal of said Court on June 2, locations: satisfactory to The Board of All parties will be heard at this Kbenezer: Baptist Church powder, means "beautiful
Gilbert S. BrownAs All Parties will be heard at this County Commissioners, Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. black !"
1975. City of is
Hampton now time.
Clerk of said Court time. Bradford County, Florida. !Meeting and Bible
Prayer
accepting bids for
t By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Clerk. Gilbert S. Brown 1)) WILEY SWEAT: Parcelof Owner informalities reserves in any right bid to and waive to Hampton City Hall. wiring 11 James Sewell, Lot 7 of Blk Class. 7:30: Thursday. Church Mted to attend.!

6/5 4t 6/26 Deputy As Clerk of said Court land 210' sq. in Southeast accept any bid they consider to All bids must be sealed in a 16 N Reno Sub Div Located on. School 10 a.m. Masonic LodgeNo. Pleasant (.round :Ml.Moiiah .
By: Donna M BransonAs corner of SE 1/4 of Section 34 be from lowest responsible plain envelope and turned in to N. Oak St. 26 will observe St Johns : l'nih'cJI..thocli..t:
-- Deputy Clerk Township 6 South, Range 22E. bidder and to reject any and all. the Clerk by 5-p.m. July 7, 1975. Day at 2 p.m. Fellowship I'aiish. Rev Willie Mitt

j ---N ; 6/5 4t 6/26 Located on East Geiger Road bids. Bids Council will be opened at the Itchg 6/19/ Hour 3 p.m. The Masonic pastor Pleasant drove
C OF INTENTION near old City Limits Line. Meeting July 8, 1975. Family and friends are in- Prayer Meeting Wednesday
TO REGISTER -------------- THE BOARD OF COUNTY
night. Bible Class:! or Study
FICTITIOUS NAME 2J.) D. ODOM: 1 lot inStarke262' COMMISSIONERS, BRAD- Shirley Forsyth Church
I James night.
Daniel Ricks will not be Clerk Thursday
FORD COUNTY
N. and S by 210' E. FLORIDABY
Pursuant to Section 865.09 responsible for any bills made by and W. bnd N. by Pratt St. E. : 0. L. "Dave" SHUFORD, Ph 468-1020 DeWitt C. Jones School 10 it.m.? concluding
besides 6/19 619NOTICE services for the day Ml
Florida Statutes, notice is hereby anyone myself. 4tp by Lake St. Located-N.E. of Chairman Jtchg .
--- conclude
will also
7/10 Pratt St. Playgrounds. 6/192tchg 6/26 Moriah
OF"APPLICAT
that the
I given undersigned ION
n with Church School.T'hc .
-------------- -------------- services
Evelyn V. Powell P.O. Box 260, FOR TAX DEED Home
31) Funeral Gad in
ELDA GERKINS: Lot 1 line Church of ;
f Hampton, Bradford County, INVITATION TO BID and 2 Block 27 Temples Add. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN \\ hole
Florida doing business under THE BOARD OF COUNTY Located S. East intersection W. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- that H. V. SAXON the holder of I'm). Wednesday
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND night
FOR pastor.
the certificates has
the firm of "LEISURE following
name
COMMISSIONERS OF BRADFORD Brownlee St.
and N. Grand St.
STARKE PHONE 96462OORENTAL
ARTS & CRAFTS". P.O. Box COUNTY WILL RECEIVE Al Crosby, Chair BRADFORD COUNTY. filed said certificates for a tax Terry Service. Friday night.
Starke CASE NO. 75-25 deed to be issued thereon. The Prayer Band and Teaching
260. Hampton, Bradford
; Zoning Board I
SEALED BIDS UNTIL 10:00:
County, Florida, 32044, intendsto Merrill Edwards certificate numbers and years of HOSPIlML BEDS. WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS Service\ ,All members will
A.M. ON JULY 7, 1975 TO BE PAULINE LOTT
issuance, the description of the Women's
register said fictitious name City Clerk A. CRUTCHES unite In'' a Day
OPENED IN THE COUNTY Plaintiff, and the names in
property Maxville next
under the provisions of aforesaid City of Starke I Service at
COMMISSIONERS ROOM IN -vs- which it was assessed are as
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE
\ statute. THE COURTHOUSE FOR LIABILITY I Itchg t 6-19 CHARLES HENRY ALEXANDER follows: 4733176II Sunday with Sister Elizabeth
Evelyn V. Powell, sole owner. INSURANCE ON -------------- Certificate No: 70 Dean past or.
Dated this 5th day of June, ADVERTISEMENT and DAISY ANN ALEXANDER, Year of Issuance: 1973 -

I, A.D. 1975 at Starke, Rorida. THE MONEY VARIOUS AND SECURITIES OFFICIALS OF OF INVITATION TO BID his wife, Description of Property: Lots 6 .. .. .. .. .
6/5 6/26
4tp Defendants. Park
Sealed bids will be received by thru 1 11 1 of Blk 9 in Hampton
-------------- BRADFORD COUNTY.
the Board of County Commissioners & lots 8910.11 of Blk 16 in
NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S RENEWAL DATE FOR THIS IN- Bradford County, NOTICE OF SALE Hampton Park.. Sec: 32. T7S. Short On Cash? iia!
SURANCE IS JULY 23, 1975. Florida, at the Commission NOTICE is hereby given that, R22E. !
SALE Meeting Room, Bradford pursuant to the Final Judgment Name in which assessed: AI C.

Gilbert S. Brown, County Courthouse, Starke, entered in cause numbered 75- Grill TRADE
Notice is hereby given that I, Clerk Florida, up to 10 a.m. E.D.T. on 25, in the Circuit Court of All of said property being in the SEE OLIN, HE WILL .

Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of 6/12 2t 6/19 7 July 1975 at which time and Bradford County, Florida I will County of Bradford., State of _
Bradford County, Florida under place all bids received will be sell the property situated in Florida. FOR ANYTHING
and by virtue of Writ of Execution -------------. publicly opened and read aloud Bradford County, Florida, Unless such certificate or I-
described as-: certificates shall be redeemed I
to-wit: for furnishing:
NOTICE OF
j I' APPLICATIONFOR FIVE ((51) COMPACTORS SIX The West 462 feet of the East according to law the property FROM
', TAX DEED (16)) ROLL-OFF AND ONE ((1)) 858 feet of the South One-Half( described in such certificate or a .
Execution issued out of County NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, OPEN-TOP CONTAINERS FOR (IS 1/2)) of the Southwest One- certificates will be sold to the

Court of Columbia County, that T.W. TATUM the holder of THE BOARD OF COUNTY Quarter (SW 1/4)) of the highest bidder at the court A BATTLESHIP
Florida, pursuant to a Final the following certificates has COMMISSIONERS, BRAD Southeast One-Quarter (SE 1/41 house door on the 15th day of = =

Judgment for Southern Discount filed said certificates for a tax FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA of Section 20, Township 7 July 1975.

t Co. of Lake City Florida, deed to be issued thereon. The STARKE, FLORIDA South, Range 22 East. Dated this 11th day of June, TO ABILLY
and against David and Evelyn certificate numbers and years of Any bid received after specifiedtime at public sale, to the highest 1975.. 1 '
Todd, defendants, in the the and date will not be considered bidder for cash, at the front door rf
issuance, description of the
of the Bradford
County Court Gilbert S. Brown,
amount of of $453.15 together with property, and the names in Each bid must be accompaniedby House )in Starke Florida between By: Beulah M. Moody GOAT! .

costs collection. which it was assessed are as certified check, cashier'scheck 11:00: a.m and 11:30: a.mon Clerk of Circuit Court of \ ''
follows: or bid bond in amount of the 1st day of July, 1975 Bradford County, Rorida. .

Have seized and have in my pos.98SSion Certificate No: 50 at least 5 per cent of base bid, as 6/194t 1110NOTICE For A DownPayment -
the following described Year of Issuance: 1973. guarantee that bidder, if GILBERT S. BROWNAS ------------
personal property to-wit: Description of Property: Com. awarded contract, will withinten CLERK OF SAID COURTBY OF APPLICATIONFOR

at SE Cor. of NE/ of SE'/ of consecutive calendar days : Donna M. Branson TAX DEED I.. I

1972 F-100 Ford Pick.Up Truck, NE/, Run W 200 for POB. N after written notice being givenof Deputy Clerk NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. I /
Green, ID No. F10YNP82126. such award enter into written !Itchjg!! 6-19 that HARRINGTON CHANDLERthe .
100', W77.5', S 100', E77.5', to .. _------
with The Board of holder of the following
Title No. 5066477. POB. contract N On A Home
County Commissioners, STATE OF FLORIDA certificates has filed said certificates .
Name in which assessed: Bradford County, Florida, in Department of State for a tax deed to be
As the property of the above Union Victor. accord with accepted bid. issued thereon. The certificate \ -

named defendant and that on All of: said property being in No bidder may withdraw his NOTICEI numbers and years of issuance, i This W..k

t Monday, the 30th day of June, the County of Bradford, State of bid for period of 30 days after the description of the property,
1975 at twelve o'dock Noon on Florida. date set for opening thereof.All I, BRUCE A. SMATHERS and the names in which it was Would You 1i.II.v. !
said day on the premises of the Unless such certificate or work shall be done in accord Secretary of State of the State assessed are as follows:
Bradford County Jail, I will offer certificates shall be redeemed with specifications and contract of Florida do hereby certify that Certificate No. 43 .
for sale and sell I to the highest documents relative thereto asprepared GEORGES' PROPERTIES, LTD. Year of Issuance 1973
bidder for cash in hand, the according to law the property' by Moore, May and heretofore a limited partnership Description of Property: LOT 3 = Olin' Has a =
above described property of said described in such certificate or Harrington, Architects, Inc., formed under Chapter 620, of Blk 31 in L.T. ft COS S/D

defendant to satisfy the aforesaid certificates will be sold to the Palatka, Florida. Plans, Florida Statutes having its Sec: 28-T-6-S, R-22-E .
Execution. highest bidder at the court specifications and contract principal place of business in Name in which assessed: K. p 24 x 10 31R -.2 B This Includes
l house door on the 8th day of documents may be examined at STARKE BRADFORD LODGE 1 1

July, 1975. Clerk's Office in Bradford COUNTY, FLORIDA was duly AH of said property being in the Delivery, Set Up.
Dolph E. Reddish Sehrrff Dated this 4th day of June, County Courthouse. Starke, cancelled for failure to file 1974 County of Bradford, State of DOUBLEWIDE Tied: Down' & .
I Bradford County, Florida 1975. ,Florida or at office of architect at Annual Report. Pursuant to the Florida. $9995Payments

6/5 4tchg 6/26 108 North Palm Avenue, provisions of Section 62031, Unless such certificate or FOR Hook Up To -
:32077. Florida Statutes, I be redeemed :
Florida shall
, ------- Gilbert S. Brown, Palatka, hereby give certificates
One set of specifications and NOTICE in this newspaper, according to law the property Water A S werOLIN'S _
NOTICE APPLICATION by: Beulah M. Moody contract documents and forms which Is published in BRAD- described in such certificate or

J t FOR TAX DEED Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- for bidding may be secured from FORD COUNTY Florida, that certificates will be sold to the I' *1 37" per 1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ford County, Florida office or architect, by depositing said limited partnership has filed highest bidder at the court Approx mo.
6/12 4tchg 7/3 therewith 1000. Deposit will be all delinquent reports and paid all house door on the 15th day of
that T.W. TATUM the holder of
refunded upon submission of fees required under law. July, 1975. With '.000 DowrT .
the following certificate has -------------- bona fide bid and return of said I hereby reinstate said limited Dated this 11th day of June,

filed said certificates for I tax .NOTICE OF APPLICATION specifications and contract partnership's Certificate of 1975. =
deed to be Issued thereon. The FOR TAX DEED documents in good condition, Authority as of December 31, MOBILE HOMES ;

4 certificate number end years of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, within ten days after date set for 1973 the year for which the Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk ,
issuance, the description of: the that T.W. TATUM the holder of opening of bids. If bidders desire limited partnership was last By: Beulah M. Moody '
property and the names in the following certificates has more then one set of granted a Certificate of Clark of Circuit Court of HWY 100 964-5606 'STARKE' Iir

. which it was asaese.. asr filed said certificates for a tax specifications may be obtained- and by forms paying, these cost Authority.GIVEN.under my hand and the 6/19 Bradford/ 4t 7/10 County, Florida .. .. .. .. .. .-

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Personal Service 1975 Dodge 4X4 Power Wagon, ,

COWART'S REFRIGERATION, 9,500 miles, $4900 at Ter: FOR RENT: Summer rental JIMMY MOORE'SSun -,$ SAVE $"""

Air conditioning and Appliance willegar Motors, 964-7200, cottages on Kmgsley Lake, air BYRON E. DUCE, AVON TO THE RESCUE
Service. 206 W. Madison St. Starke. conditioned. Ph. 533-2366 Reg Real Estate Brbker SportsMORE
Phone
964- ... .. after 6 p.m. tfchg. 393 N. FRED DAVIS
8025. 6/19 2tp 6/26 --------- Temple Ave.
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BOAT
FOR
-- -- -------- HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of -- J 964-7700 YOUR MONEY TF Caught Up In 'A Lay-Off? Save GMC TRUCKS

arts and crafts. Also FOR RENT: Mobile Home Acreage for sale: 5 acres, Your Budget By Selling Our BUICK PONTIAC"A
WORK WANTED: Carpentry all anteed stereo guar We 10 acres,30 acres, STARKE PH 964-579)) Famous Products. Call Loma LITTLE RIDE CAN
repair. 118 Spaces. can accommodate rwiliejur
work new and old. Roofing, 755
0731
460 acres. Clyatt at qr write P. O.
Court SAVE YOU A LOT1
Ph.
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repairing, additions. No job 964-7329. tfchg. any size home. House & 10 acres COMPLETE OUTBOARD aSTERN Box 5127, Lake City, Fla. 32055.tf "
too small. Phone 9645028. -- --'-------- BRADFORD PARK at BRAD REALTY DRIVE SERVICE GREEN COVE SPRINGSBRASINGTON

6/5/ 4tp 6/26 F0Ff SALE.:Diamond needles for FORD MOTEL. 9645988. House-on good fishing lake. AND REPAIR
- -- - 5/1510tchg 717HOUSES'
any stereo, over 247 differentones
COMPLETE
LISTINGS, FINANCING, FIBERGLASS
we have them all. Dah- -- ----- ---
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mer's Discount tfchg. RENTALS NEEDED REPAIR Davidson t ,\mi.i. \<'..UUSIOBJLI'SI.Is. i:-

....--.....---,----.... Call Anytime CUSTOM BUILT FIBER I: \ "|1-:11\:|{ 11.I II :
MISCELLANEOUS VERNIE ODOM GLfrSS FISHING BOATS I Fill" M'Io.t'li"lI( III I Sfl (' '
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Mobile Home ParkIn
FOR SALE. i R FOR SALE BUY NOWI WAITING COSTS -
Do yourself 12 '
..... by 964-5476 l'akt'lIlllI I ( .ulill.ic 11'.iilc's. '
12;: Inch tile*with stick on back YOU MONEY. The average priceof City Limits :JIHil '.\\. I I.lIh :.I7V.V.IM\ ; :
a house by 10 I Long ChampHome \
now at Dahmer's Discount. increases "
Applean Brown il"IJ.I.I'; I I:: .
FREE: One Ice Cream Scoop 2/27 26tchg 8/25 percent a year, Syndicated 964-7955 $30 Per MOe If
FOR SALE BY OWNER: Con
financial columnist Porter f
& -------- Sylvia and
with each Oil Oil Filter -""*."" !.* -- ,
block home 2
crete bedroom
pointed out that "you
recently
Change thru July Faulkner's < Walk To New
AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: 2 baths, living room w/fire- will not save by waiting for lower (Building Materials

Gulf Service Hwy 100 Sales, service, installation, place, formal dining room, mortgage rates to buy your $675 Per Acre WE BUILD Shopping Center INSURANCE ;

Keystone, 473-4279. 5/15, stereos, phono, reel-reel, eat-In kitchen, family room house: Get one of these good 39 Acres 2600 ft. Hiway City, Gas;; Water a Sewer 'AT REDUCFD RATES v,

11tchg. 7124 tapes, cassettes, radios. Work w/wet bar, central heat & air, buys now..they'll never be Frontage. 1300 ft. grade road. YOUR PLANS OR OURS AUTO, FIRE. BOA1) ;
---------- 2 car carport, utility room, Part in Call
better: good timber. owner, On 301 South
guaranteed. 118 Court, 964- fenced yard, plus 3-rm. apt. 533-2208 YOUR LOT OR OURS' DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE t
- after 5 p.m. All Day
TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a 7329. tfchg. with heat & air. Shown by ,Sat & Sun. FREE ESTIMATES Jolu Motel AGENCY
Just 26 miles from Starke ... Silver -
week, dozer work and ------------ appointment only. Phone 473-
line Lake Estates, Imerlachen REMODELING REPAIRS LOW RATE MOBILE HOME ,
drag work. Call 468-1873, FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand 4731 or 473.3444. No Collect Call Bill Powell, Broker 964.8810 INSURANCE *
Star Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN Calls. tfchg. 70' on clear water by 150' deep 9646464Sat ADDITIONSOMESBOUGHT'SOLO If CHGOlin's

SMITH LANDFILL tfchg. gun$55.22 hand guns $24.95, ------....----- ... Furnished, concrete block, f.
25 automatic 'guns from air, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, kitchen.
--- -- ----
$49.95. Dahmers Discount.. FOR SALE 24 x 52 Mobile dining area, living room with &Sun TRADED

LOSE WEIGHT: Fight fat with tfchg Home, 1 Va baths, 3 fireplace.$22,6501 Call 533.2208 Subdivision
... [ ACREAGE FOR SALE
proven Kelcithin B capsules. :-- ------ bedrooms Unfurnished Low -

Andrews Drug, Keystone equity.964-6418. Central heat 964-6853 ,
Heights. 6/5 5tp 7/3 1974 Ranger XLT F250 4X4 and air., Lots of extras. 1tp. We believe three new houses' we UNITED FARM AGENCY I
.... and Air, $4600 at have for sale in Keystone j HWY 301 S STARKE TF ,
-- -- -- -- Power ------------ REGISTERED REAL ,
Terwillegar Motors, 964-7200, Heights will qualify for 5% tax rx.
ESTATE
BROKER
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. 206 W. Madison St. Starke. FOR SALE: 1974 12 x 64 Mobile rebate ... two of the houses are 206 South Water

The only requirement (for ------------.- Home 2 BR air, washer-dryer. $27,200, and one is $25,200 ... Street 1 I I'D
membership is a DESIRE! to Excellent condition. Small All are 3 bedroom, two baths PAUL& IRENE FAULKNER I Wall Drilling:

stop drinking. Ph. 964 7959 FOR SALE: Good used color equity, assume |payments. with central heat & air ... We 964-5065 TRI t,11 e

964.7619 or 9645148 1/2 and black white TV. stoves, 904-964-5493. evenings. 6/12 also have a larger, nearly.new 2" thru 6". 8'
13 TP'e '26 refrigerators, furniture & air 4tp. 7/3 for 36500. With a nice, largelot Call! Us. We Have Several New '/ Acre Lots For Rent 25" Per Mo. .Water

-, conditions. BARGAIN CEN- ------------ and many extras. Listings of Homes & Acreages. Fast Rotary Sewage Furnished

TER, U.S. 301 South .I - Call Mark Olin 964.5606 Hwy 100 W,1
Reduce safe tfchg. ?,
and fast with 2V Acre Tracts Up to 150 Drilling Equipment
One of the best built homes
------------ in
GoBese Tablets & EVap"waterpills" Acres.
AUTOMOBILESUSED Starke 803 W. Colley Road State Licensed
Andrews FOR SALE Mobile'Home
: Parts
enormous entrance hall

Starke.Pharmacy 6/12 356 5tp W.7/10.Madison, and HOMES supplies.SALES OLIN'S, Hwy.MOBILE 100 room room, sun with room fireplace, kitchen, dining living with ITTIII ; | Pump 'I|

-- --- ------ BULK
W. Starke, 964-5606 TANKS
tfchg. dining area three
<<: ,spacious bedrooms I I II
WATSON'SHOUSE -- -----M .M 1972 Courier Pickup, $1595 at New
; two run, baths, closets Clearsori & UsedSalesPartsService
Terwillegar Motors, 964-7200 if11Cl11
,
VACUUMS galore, utility room, tool room
)e: rOR now SALE at :Oahmers Case pocket Discount.knives 206 W. Madison St. Starke garage with half bath, heat & REAL ESTATE

j Many brands,of new vacuums. -- -- -- --- air, large lot, fenced back yard, CANNON

Used machines available. tchg- - -. FOR SALE 1964 Pontaic pecan trees, assorted other trees a'00'7. uvrarrn., E-Z TermsPlumbing

Expert Repairs all makes. Bonneville, good condition R and flowers. You have to see to Neat 2 BR frame home 2

r Parts and Accessories for all 1971 Ford Galaxie Four Door & H a/c Phone 9647761. lip: appreciate.Lots screened porches on shady lot I : | & SONS

vacuums. Built in central Automatic Power 8Air, --------- --- - $8,500 terms.Furnished '

$1095 at Terwillegar Motors, ,.. -
vacuum 712 -
deaning of
systems. space in and out 514
N. Main Gainesville 376.7110. 964.7200,206 W. Madison St. 1970& Ford Air Wagon$895 at-Terwillegar Automatic Weldon Street. Approx. 1800 2 BR frame home with New Installation/ L. P. Gas Service

TFt Starke. Motors, 964-7200, 206 W. :square> feet with 3 BR, 2B, kit- chain link fence, aluminum awn-' Remodeling
-- -- ------ ft
;hen, family room, living room, ings carport $9,600.
S Madison St. Starka.Tire .J. L Cooking Heating Hot Water
-
lining room, a huge game room
---- ------ Repairs
With fireplace (near completion), Nice 2 BR CB home; cent.

,. patio grill, extra large utility heat lair ducts in carport ,for
Motorcycles
FOR SALE J r J Sale"' building, pecan- -trees- -,etc; *"" future neighborhood room Nice'$17,900 lot quiet | Dturrancea| For..Bulk.orCylindet, t. ,


- Call
4 Ply Polyester 334 acres on Road 230 (out 5 BR 2 Bath frame home on 1 7823668c
1973 Pinto $1995 at Terwillegar FOR -19731odaka'-125 14 or 15's toward the Country Club) with acre. Fenced garden area Pump & Supply
Motors, 964-7200, 206 W. CC Dirt and Street Bike $350. 489' of road frontage 482' 20000. jft

Madison St. Starke. Excellent condition. 9648733. F-78'S $28.26 across back, 300' on each side - .... Company _
- - ... Itchg. ... owner will sell
all
G-78's $29.19 one acre or Homes from $8,500 to 50000.
FOR SALE: $6.98 LP records -- --------- H-78'S S30.98 and will finance. Acreage from 1 to 100 acres. 864 N. Temple Ave.

$4.98. $5,98, LP for $3,98 at SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your - Call us for your ,real estate Starke ;

Dahmer's Discount. 2/27 authorized Suzuki Dealer. GLASS BELTED RADIAL We have approximately forty _needs.- "
26tchg 8/25 acres in the Brooker area that is Fit.I US 301 Lawtey
Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call 964.7061 II
,.. STEELBELTED located and right. (1LAWTEr
,priced
--- ------ Street. rfchg. right I i '

FOR SALE Small Utility -- --....------- RADIALSGR78's **. ... wint A HffArv __ H. ._.__u _________ ._. __
Be a landlordl! We have three 6/52t6/19 _unI _tJUIrrWt11_ J_ '
Camper. Sleeps 6 with extra
FOR SALE1972: Susuki 750 cc, S4S.37 apartment houses for sale. All
room $175. 964-7942. 1tchg
$1,100. Phone 9648321.6/12 HR-78'S $48.20 apartments are rented. Incomeis
- ---- -
--
2tchg 6/19. JR-78'S $49.49 good. Owner selling becauseof Country Garage I
A.J.Thomas, Realtor
FOR ill health. ,
SALE Heavy Antique --- ------ --
GLASS BELTED _ 621 N. Walnut St.Tel.9646162 .
tables $25 ea. 964-50931tchg '
POLYESTER+2 we can help you with your real Morgan Road' Phone 964,7942

I" needs, please give us a
-
; t HELP WilTED 1 F-78'S 532.31G78's ing I 2 bedroom frame dwelling, liv. .
FOR SALE Lake Spring Specials
front
lot on :
$33.99 i I rm., kitch., din. &Fla. Rm., very I
Lake.
Grandin Located on H-78'S $35.55 Cecelia T. Terwillegar clean and nice, 1 acre land., out
Grandin Lake Estates 80 ft. on of Tune-Ups Disc Brakes Motors Overhauled
Reg. Real Estate Broker city, price $13,680.00.
(B i
water lot cleared $1500 down
HELP WANTED The city of Thomas OilCompany 206W. Madison Ave. - 6 Cyl l
owner finance remainder of Hampton needs a part-time High and dry lots suitable for 53850 Clutch Repair
bal. at 8'/i Call 305- EAlTO
percent. '
724-9579. 6/19 2tp 6/26 Marshall. Salary $200 per off ice 964-7776 -t conventional and/or mobile 750 Parts s Labor
home 964-5145 homes. Some with water fronton
month. Dead line for applyingwill Valve Jobs
--- - ---
be June 30. 1975. Please 964-6246 603 S. Walnut SK. beautiful Lake. Plus Parts Extra For Turning Disc.' .

FOR SALE Starke, Florida - -
-- Purebreed Walker send your qualifications, age,
puppies. 6 wks. Wormed and etc to City of Hampton, P.O. 10,20, 40& LARGER ACREAGE 8 Cyl Brake Jobs Front End .

woaned. $50 ea.. 9646127.1tp. Box 250. Phone 468-1267. PRICE INCLUDES ALL TRACTS. Financing available on
TAXES AND MOUNTING some. I 51000 55000
ttchg---- tf MUL TIPLELISTINGS Rebuilding..
-
--- ------- ----- business
Offices and/or or storage Drum Type
'HELP WANTED Lady to cook II Plus Parts
FOR SALE 12 Vi V-Shaped spaces for rent on Call St. I
and for invalid -
Aluminum Boat with 5 H.P. care women

Motor and Accessories. Call $400 mo. Reply to P.O. t REAL ESTATE Starke 2 old homes, Vt acre; Charles Green Air Conditioning Service
9648720. tip Drawer "A" Starke. ltp.- <$7,000 F r\

-.....- ------- -------- I Hampton 2 BR with terms,' Open All Day Saturday *

FOR SALE at Underwood $9,750 Leaton (Buddy)

I Motel, set bar bells. Starke- 4 BR on 2 lots, $10,500 10 ACRES, Matthews Morgan Road 964-7942 .

Restaurant back bar. Dehumidifier I t FOR RENTFOR 1 33 _
ACRES
New TV stands. Joins City Limits. $675 per acre. (Crosby Lake 2 BR, $12,200 10 Minutes From I, T [_ IJ _11 IIIIIUI _n II II It A..11 r OFDORISO01lif

Rope of all kinds, many items Call owner 533-2208 after 5 p.m. 1 Theresa 3 BR, 2 lots, $22,000 *Keystone Heights
1I
new and used. Itp All day Sat & Sun.
I 3 I'
Lawtey BR brick $34,000
RENT
.... Attractively ?
-------- -- 1 1,750 Per Acre
furnished. Air conditionedApt. Call Bill Powell, Broke Starke 3 BR brick, $35,000 We Are Now AcceptingApplications
FARM FOR SALE 10 Acres, Couple only. 337 N.
159" Per Mo.
964-6464
Keystone 3 BR brick
$46,000
pasture and pines, fenced 4 Walnut St.. 1tp.
bedroom Home and 2 -------'----- f Peetsvilla 2 BR 4
car Sat &Sun. acres, $6,500 No Low Land
For
Carport, Barn, Ford 8N I FOR RENT 2 BR Furnished Cel533.2208 (Graham30: acre farm, $75,000
Tractor and all new Equip. house $125 moo< plus $60 WEST CENTRAL
Livestock included. $35,000. deposit. No pets. M.A. I Hampton 40 acre farm, REALTY INC. '

Phone 9648739. 1 lip Payne. Phone 9846660after 5p.m. $38,000 3 BR, 2 Bath, CH&A, 4r 140,000 Registered Broker
-.. ---..------ One Acre 1-378-2308. Anytime UEiBlUIiIJL
Itchg. Lot. 1,666 sq ft. living Hampton Lake 1 l'b acres,
.... Evenings Call:
--- ----- -- area. 1 !K miles out of City Limits $9.200 ,
YARD SALE Sat. 21st 9am. of Art Patray .
Starke. '
FOR RENT
,till..515 E. South St. Itp : Housekeeping apt. LaVvtey 2.75 acres, US-301, 173-2033! "
Weekly furnished. Un- For Sale 2 Machine Operators
: Story house close $9,500
-----'------- to Sewing
derwood Motel Highway 301
town.' Upstairs furnished apt. '.,
LECITHIN! Vinegar) B6I Kelpl! north of Starka. 6/19 3tp 7/3 downstairs 3 BR. Lawtey 4.4 acres, US301.

.... ... ... $9,500 **
Now all four In one capsule, -- ----- -- '. I .'

ask for VBGPIus, Mitchell's F FOR RENT Small two 30 acres with good timber; Starke 7 acres, US-301, $8.200 Aluminum'Siding '. Seainers'ocket
paved road front. 4 miles N. of Side
Drugs 6/19 3tp 7/3 bedroom house In Hampton. Hemmers .
Stark, ternw.Commercial Lawtey 8 acres, SR 225,
------- -- ,
Elderly couple or couple with $10,000 '
FOR SALE: Rod end reel repair small child. Large garden. Call block
,
building con SR-18. south,, 10 $12,500 Setters Bar Tacker '
shop>> Inventory and equipt 468-1304. 1tp. struction, 2,400 sq. ft. 1 acre : acres, Aluminum \"
....
'only 10000. Shop space ------- ----
land; 3 miles from Stark Lawtey 10'. acres, SR-225,
leas available.. Slim's Fish FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile $11,000 Sof/.t .', :
Setters
and Stuff Keystone Heights. homes outside city limits. J.B.. 19 acres, Lawtey, good timber Peetsviile 11 Zipper : .
acres, 2008.
473-4367. tfchg. ,White Ph.,964-6114., tfchg. Terms.
-----..---- .... MO.OOO Remodeling o' a
.f --------- -- :-
rCR SALE 6x9 Linoleum $3.95. 176 acres, Brooker area. Some SR-100 west 17 acres $23,000
: I FOR RENT 2 BR air conditioned '1
9x12 Linoleum 898. Aba/ Mobile Home on nice planted pines. US-301 north -21 acres, $35,000, Cement Work44Flnancing Apply In Person. ,
'12x12 and 12x15 In stock .
lot. 964.8029.Ittchg. ''
Hundreds to choose from atDehmers shady...--.......-""' ,..........-- 1 to 10 acres open land. 4 Mies New River 40' acres; $8,000 A i I AgK )
Discount tfchg./ from Starke. Home sites only. Heilbror l '50
acres, $57,000
; RENT ain't Subdivision .
FOR
*
'*
-.r.------J 1/2 acre low,''- $25.00 'per 1 to 2 acres mobil home sites",.' Hampton 62 acres; $56,500 / VOGUE MFG. INC "

1966! Chew PU ,month.), Water & Sewage .J
.FOR large SALE utility: bod/ \ladder rack., 'fumiahed. For Information caM N.W. of.Starke- Terms. I Hampton 251 acres, 185,000 1 ,' ;!Available ,.

mllee, ex Mark Olin --Olin' Mobile ; ft I. vRt. ". ,41
raw tire. 81,000 George Roberts Real Estate SACKETT.
WceHent' mechanic condition. Home SaM; Hwy. 100 W..'., 9647826019646693tf .FRED REALTOR ; 1 ;,.,.;
206 N.Temple(US-301)) ss4-iss. WOE., of Starke ., :. .
;se95.; CI 964400U. :rfchg.: Stark.*. 864-6J06. tfchg.1t. : ,: ill' 1,1'!!'
j _...., _- .. _...______. 904/964-6622.468-1642
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BMS To Offer Death Is Subject Of Seminar ooeeeoooeooooooooeooo MJOCM


LAWTEYCIIUUH ; Summer Classes For Nursing Staff LADIES STUDENTS- MEN'S CHILDREN LEVI 'WLargest


by Elizabeth Terry STARKE An academic tr. William J. Lennon, Rev John M. Flynn, pastor of
tirlder
Ernest: of Starke
ACTIVITIESChurch were
summer school program will director of the Bradford- SI. Mark's Episcopal Church, Selection and Size Range In South
Cm) Sunday quests. of their sons
Of : Sunday !
be offered at Bradford Middle Union Guidance Clinic and recently conducted a seminaron
Mr.\ and Mrs Mike\ Waters ,
School 1(1( a.m. Worship Services of Middleburg are the proud und daughter-in-laws, Mr and School for grades 6-8 for the subject of death and BOOTS: Tony Lama, Justin, Frye, Texas, Dingo Acme' and
and 7 YI'EWednesday Mrs Arthur. Smith and son
Hum. p.m.
.
parents of a daughter, Amie, promotion or for strengthening ObituariesRev.T.L.Ilowe dying as part of the in-service Larry.Mahan.
7:30: ) p.m. Ronnie, and Kev. und Mrs. academic skills Karman, Larry Mahan, Hang Ten,
Born June 4 in St. Vincents according training program for the SHI I RTSI Panhandle Slim, .
Church Smith and family
Faith Huplisl! : Hospital, Jacksonville. Jimmy to Assistant Principal Joe nursing staff at Bradford Levi, Roper
WPXE both of Palatka.
Radio Program over Mr. and Hull. County Hospital.Rev. HATS Stetson American and Resisted
Grandparents are
Starke 11 a.m. Sunday. Bible Mrs. James Waters and The summer session will Saddles, Halters, Bits Blankets, Bridles, Grooming
Mrs. James Waters and Mr. Rev. Tommy L. Howe, 49, HORSE: .
School 10 am. Worship Services Mrs. Janie lligginbolhum of Flynn discussed the '
and Mrs. J.L. Bradley, of open June 23 and end August of the Heilbronn Supplies, etc.
11 a.m. and 7:30:: p.m. Maxville, attended graduation 4, with July 4 being a holiday. pastor spiritual and pastoral aspectsof
Kingsley Lake. exercises for Robert K. Lee Baptist Church died Wed the of and
Wednesday dying
I'ruyt-r Meeting student will be process BankAmerlcard Welcomed
A required to Master Charge and
Mrs\ Ernest Hewitt of 11 in the
7:30:: p.m. Bible Study. High School: Jacksonville, at hours nesday May death while Dr. Lennon
four
go per day, 8 a.m.to .
(Truce United Methodist: Tallahassee spent the the Coliseum on Sunday af- noon for a period of 30 daysto emergency room of Bradford covered the psychological Little Dude Western Store
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. weekend with her parents tcrnoon honoring her gran- County Hospital where he aspects of the subject, including -
Worship Services II a.m and I\lr.and Mrs Arlie Dobbs. I Her daughter, Miss Charlotte Sch-: minimum meet a slate of requirement 120 hours ofa was brought by the Rescue the psychologicalstages 902 South Edgewood Avenue

7:30: p.m. United Methodist niece, Miss Sandra Dobbs liiohl.! per Unit following a sudden heart of dying, man's 384.1210
Fellowship ((5:30: p.m. Choir went home with her for a visit. Deepest Sympathy of the course.For information interested attack. inability to conceive of the ; Jacksonville. Florida

Practice 7:30: p.m. Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Perry of community is extended to parents or students are invited Before coming to the inevitability of his own death, I Monday Thru Friday: 9 A.M. TII 9 P.M.
nesday. Jacksonville were Tuesday Mrs Tommy Rowe und Heilbronn Church eight years and the consequent way he
to phone 9646093. A.M. Til 6 P.M. 5/8-7/31
Saturday: 9 .131
11I1 Baptist Church: dinner guests of their uncle children due to the death of A class much have a mini- ago, Mr. Howe was pastor of reacts to those who are dying.
Sunray and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ridgeview Baptist Church in
School 9:45: a.m. her husband. Rev Tommy mum of 12 students for the
Services 11 and Prevail. who Gainesville, and also the
a.m
Worship Rowe passed away to be funded under
program
7:30:: p.m. Prayer Meeting Mrs Marian Hall of Wednesday afternoon. He was the Florida Education Fin- Lawtey Baptist Church. He of Harry & Kathleen Have Just Returned From Atlanta
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Jacksonville Beach and Mrs. a former pastor of First ance Program was an Air Force veteran
Kev. and Mrs Jimmy Cora Hodges of Macclennywere Church. World War II.Surviving .
Baptist
Add
Parrish'' spent their vacation guests of their sister, Douglas Hcrndon, son of are his wife, With A Lot of New Merchandise To

at !New; Smyrna Beach.PKKSONALS Mrs. Hester Hicks, on Mon- Mr. and Mrs llulon Herndon Mildred Thrift Howe; two
day. Mrs. Hodges spent the left Thursday to enlist in the sons, Michael and Kevin, and To Their Bulging Stock .
night with her. Mrs. Hall was Marines. He will be stationed HAMPTON one daughter, Karen, all of

an overnight guest of her at Paris Island, S.C for the Heilbronn Springs; two
Mr.\ and Mrs. John Davis brother-in-law and sister, Mr. time being. brothers, D.A. and Jesse
and John Jr of Jacksonvillewere and Mrs. O.J. Anders. Mrs Ada Heath of AREA NEWSBy Howe, and three sisters, Mrs. Buy One Hamster Cage At
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton of Meril Sweat, ''Mrs. Bernice
the week
Saturday overnight Savannah, Ga. spent
guests of Mr and Mrs. B."'. Jacksonville were Wednesday with her brother-in-law and dns FonUtaeRECREATION Blount, and Mrs. Hazel Reg. Price & Get (4Y
McCulley and David. dinner guests of their mother, sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Howard, all of Brunswick, Ga. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Mrs. P.L. Dmkin. They wentto Dobbs. Funeral services were heldat 1 Hamster FREE

Jordan and Mr. and Mrs. see their brother-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Barfield The afternoon Craft Class 2 p.m. Saturday in the

James Waters flew to Las sister, Mr. and Mrs. Horace went to Powder Springs, Ga. meets each Wednesday from Heilbronn Baptist Church RED FIN TETRA ,& .
Vegas Nevada recently and Cox of Waldo and were their and were guests of their son 2:30: to 4:30: p.m. Those who with Dean Cassels officiating. Lambert Kay Zodiac

spent a week there and enjoyed Wednesday overnight guests. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and want to learn to crochet are Interment was in Woodlawn I NEON TETRA '
the town and sights very Mrs. B"'. McCulley and her Mrs. Harold Barfield invited to come and bring your Cemetery Macclenny, with FLEA COLLARS & TAGS $119 r
much. uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Thursday to Sunday. They needle and yarn. Other items DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Ea.

visited their grandson, David, being made by the class Include Home in charge. 3 $100Take
Rccepted No Gimmicks who was a patient in Kenneth yarn dolls, flowers from
Stone Hospital Marietta Ga. print material, flower ::::: :::::;.:>.......:;:::::::ffttfftttttftfffflTo : ::::: ::: ::::::: ;
Mrs. Tommy Clayton of arrangements, and some y:'. Advantage Of These Super Buys Now
j m umrn Jacksonville spent Saturday candles. There is no chargefor II Carat Of Thanks

l. afternoon with her mother, the class, and everyone is 1- :;:: OwnerBY
Ir l. IRS/ n Mrs. C.R. Crews. welcome. All you have to do is I. AOJ =>">m:;; THE RAILROAD TRACKS Harry & Kath teen Collier .....
_
Mr. and Mrs. James Anders furnish materials _
own to
your their

13a: /chai'r'( ill o (iJI1 NF Saturday and their sons parents overnight of, Palatka Mr. and guests, were Mrs.of work SENIOR with.: CITIZENSThe sympathy those practical In who so ways expressed many during beautifuland our STARKE 1 CENTER

regular meeting of the sad bereavement,we extend our .
O.J. Anders.
IDa Senior Citizens Club will be heart felt thanks.
Mrs. Ernest Hewitt of .
held Friday evening, June 20.
74 Honda( 750 Chore..I".rl.U Rags $1950 C Jerry Tallahassee, who is and an accountantfor her son, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krieger. A.W. Kirkland 212 E.: Call St. 964.7929 1\:\
and
the and Family
who are president
74 Suzuki GT III Louie Lee
550 Aed.26"Mflra $1099 Wainwright, secretary of the club, have

73 Yamaha 750 .Golcf..960MII.. $1075 also weekend of Tallahassee with her, spent parents the, returned from a vacation in --- - - - - rhl -'

73 Honda 250 $ 588 and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Germany and we will be
N Moteepart.s3aeMlef ,. Mr. glad to welcome them back..
0 72 Yamaha 250 Off.Ao.dM.chl.e $ 400 ., Miss Sandra Dobbs, who spent They will celebrate their
the week with her aunt,
wedding anniversary on June
returned home with them.
aa 25, and our treasurer,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Josephine Fontaine, will
S Barfield were Thursday to '
celebrate her birthday Ion
II: ::D Saturday guests of Mr. and June 24. All Senior Citizensare $. I
'66 Buick '66 Mustang C Mrs James Townsend' invited to come and enjoyan i ,.tSr t
C Skylark _. ., Powder Springs Ga. They, 'r d'r..wsntss
Mel..oue.Sol.c..... RM Auto D U. III&H. Au'o. AO attended graduation exercises evening of good fellowship..
Trent.. PS Radial Tiro Cyl. 1aE -
$599 lor their daughter Miss Rusty Inzie VISITORSMrs. Marrow[ and MCS. f ht
0
$699
Barfield in Austell, Ga., at
Elzie Day of Plant City ate
E tss
South Cobb High School on
visiting Mrs. Frances Wad-
Thursday night. They were
sworlh and Mrs. Ruth Matched -
Saturday overnight guests of
for two weeks
Z *' their brother-in-law and ,,
'67 Chev. Malibu '67 Ford Galaxie sister. Mr. and Mrs. Early F F x ,

M Gold J'Dr.. Aufo. Tre., PS 0Or. Tu'o. Or..n. RIN'Z Abernathy of Cartersville, Ga.
FCC AC J27 Aufo. Tr...., PS aTJISERVICE !
D Mr. and Mrs. Handy Blom NEWS
t $875 $575 and son spent Saturday af-
11 ternoon with their parents
C Mr and Mrs 1.0. Blum and
of Kaiford. MEN
'69 Mach I '69 Ford 1Iz Tons : family Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis Ii;' '.
a "'
Mel. Oran. RAM 4.Sod., 2sOn.. Yellow Euplorer one Red and family and Mrs.Iaines! ,., F J-'.. '''< .,.. .. .
IN En9 a While. Your Choice II' ,., '
Griffis and children of
a $1188 $1388 .CD Palatka were Sunday guestsof Tech.! Sgt. Moss I '
their mother, Mrs. Nellie Trained In Missiles .': ,.:. '" % '
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e lu Wilkinson, and Mrs. Daisy HANTOtL. III. A Starke .. .", : ., .
> m Both and Lynn. man has graduated with : '
Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Harley of honors at Chanute AFB, III., .tr. '.. ,
f '70 Ford IIz Ton 70 Chey. 1Iz Ton IIID. Bushnell spent the weekend from the U.S. Air Force .. } ,...
Red&Whol.. L.W.R.. V... AUfO.VeUow & Whole. SW. V I. SId.Tr. ..= with their son-in-law and technical training course for ,, \ ....; ",t'
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daughter Mr. and Mrs. missile mechanics. <.. {, *;. .} '11 .
.l $1550 $1150 jI Wayne Massey and family. Technical Sergeant Leslie ''jt. l -.f..J.. ". t I'. .
1 .
N Their aunt, Mrs. Elva Reddish Moss son of Mr. and Mrs. W., 'iI. :< ".' ... I.
N *' was a Sunday dinner F. Moss of Rt. 3, Starke, was .h .' ;;;.! ,..;t.... 'It.. ,4\.*. .'_4. : au: u. -
:I guest of the families. trained to assemble and

E '71 Maverick "302" '71 Toyota Celica if visited Mr. and Mrs Mrs.Shyrel Les Crawford McClellan and maintain related Minuteman support missiles equipment How Would You Like A Week's Vacation !

D Lime Or.en. 2.Dr.,NUnlfm/tar I Aor CO.d..RAM,4apdLt. lie,. in St. Vincents Hospital, lie now goes to
O.e Owner r- Jacksonville, on Friday. Ellsworth AFB, S.D., wherehe i
IL.Magi: $1677 $1977"L Mr. and Mrs Floyd Martinof will serve with a unit of the

South Daytona spent the. Strategic Air Command.. On the Suwannee. . I
N weekend with their mother The sergeant is a 1961
M I. Mrs. Hester (Hicks and their graduate of Bradford High
U brolher-in-law and sister Mr. School. Starke's Boy Scout Troop 170 Is There I
71 Buick Electra 71 Opel Manta D and Mrs. Glen Shuford and e e .
'Dr. H.T., Who'e V.yl 7op .
II Pwr. Wlndew. ... Seat. fat AC Aedw'h Aor CO.d..0". V,.y I Top. ,.S pd.. ::II family.Mr.. and Mrs. Jesse Starlingof .. IT TOOK A LOT OF PLANNING &. HARD WORK !

$2225 $1425.Ua,72 Bartow, Mr. and Mrs.

:I Johnny Starling of Eaton Law ley Newsof ---____
Park, Mrs. Rebel Mclvor of :
Starke spent Friday afternoon PLUS SAVINGS
M Ocala Mrs. Doris Purser and
Econoline E 200
72 Dodge Van son, Eric, and Mrs. Patricia with their parents, .
Paneled A Carpeted Ear. Tredeeman.. .. 200. Wh.le. S.d.- and children of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt.Mr. .
a N.c. Tr...., Sanders
n and Mrs. J.W,.Thomas
> $2166 $2066. Jacksonville Wilma Wainwright visited over Mrs.the and Jay of Live Oak, Mr and
., weekend. Mrs. W.F. Moore and familyof ANY VACATION DOES

C.a '72 Gran Torino a Mr and Mrs. Hubert Miami Mr. and Mrs. Chuck
Moore and Bob of Lake
2 teaire wrag Lugg... 72 AMC Hornet *' Wilkison and family of Live City
L Rath. RAM Au'o. Tr...., ps.M.I.. Green 4.Or? RAM SId.PI. Oak Mrs. Lavon Wilkison and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey andfamily That's Where We Come In At
fat AC. N.w Radlall Tr.n., Air COfId. children. Mr. and Mrs. Ed- of Starke and Mickey
' a $2300 $1700 *' ward Rowe and children, Mr gathered at the home of their
Donald Wilkison parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred
and Mrs. ,
Ic a and Miss Debbie Joe Napier, Moore, to honor their fatheron Guaranty Federal

EP'73 Mere. Monterey. of Jacksonville, were Sunday Father's day. Mrs. Ruth
C Slue 4 Dr. wo'h 1''_. V..yl Top 73 Olds 98 LS dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Buck of Daytona visited with
Caw Cruiw Con'rOI.' Pun Pwr.. Pac Lad.d Incl. AM "M Stereo. of them during the afternoon.Mrs. .
and
Wilkison Jr.
B.L. Loan Assoc.
U AC E'ec.' Wihdowa A ..'. .oe ACC Jacksonville on Saturday Pierce Crews and Mrs. Savings

$2455 $3555. afternoon. Onie Thornton were Wed-

Paul Lock returned home nesday dinner guests of their

.5 3 Sunday after spending two brother-in-law and sister Mr Starke: 395 W. Madison 964-5000 '
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73 Mazda Wagons '73 Dodge Dart .. weeks in Alachua General and Mrs. Waldo Pringle of

I&. Yellow IIIX2 red .,.. eog (Rack: S240.. Green. & Awls.Yoour Hospital. Gainesville. Worthington Springs. While
.. & Au.o. Air Trans.. PS. 21._ ", 11N that there Mr. Pringle and Mrs. Passbook
Ce.... C..co. Sp.ei. i We are happy Lee to report Crews visited her sister-in- A Small Amount Deposited Weekly In Your
$2175' In
Mrs. Jeanne a patient
C $2075 law Mrs. Mable

N V Baptist, is Hospital steadily improvingafter Jacksonville Gainesville.Mr.Florida Regional. Hospital, Account Will Provide You A Great Vacation Next Year.

a long illness.
'II .. and Mrs.
Ronnie Me-:
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray
.. VACATION SPECIALS Clellan and family of Vidalia Here's What
Rivers of Orange Park visitedfor YOU Earn
COME IN TODAY AND
Ga., returned from
Disney
74
; Valiant 4-DR 1..MII..eac a short time on Thursdaywith
World Orlando
their aunt, Mrs. Pierce on Wednesday Annual 1 Annual Minimum Minimum Typeol'
VACATION FUND
74 Maverick 4-DR and were overnight guests of START YOUR.
Yield Rat
i- H.MI..oe. AC Crews. Their daughter, Term Investment AccouH
till UIS Monica, returned home with their parents Mr. and Mrs.
74 Cher. K-5 Blazer Les McCiellan.
17.MII..C AC a them. Jeff McClellan of Starke and 7.79% 7.50% 1-10Yra. 100,000 Certificate
Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Sr. went
5 74 Che,. C-20 home with her son and Randall Reddish of State (it 7.79% 7.50. 4Yrs. 1.000 Certificate
4 apd.PS.ngo/mL daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Farm spent Thursday with __..__._ 698% 6.75%. 2V4 Yrs.. 1.000 Certificate

-= 74 Pinto Country Squire 1.I.loe.. a Hubert Wilkison and familyfor Mrs.their. Les grandparents McClellan. Mr and L.NQtA ____ 6.72% 6.50% 1 Year 1,000 Certificate'
a short visit. 5 92% 5.75% 90 Days 1.000 Certificate

74 Gremlin "X" I.C".......... .3Y Onie Mrs.Thornton Pierce Crews of Auburndale and Mrs. were Mr.Sunday and Mrs.dinner Harold guests Eunice of KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: LAWRENCE BLVD. & SYLVAN WAY 5.39% 5.25% NONE NONE Passbook

attended graduation exercises their son and daughter-in-law GAINESVILLE; 220 N. MAIN 3501 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. When earnings. are left to compound dally for one

TWO LOCATIONS a for her grandaughter. Miss Graham.Mr.Mr. and. Mrs. Phil Eunice of 3300S.W. ARCHER ROAD STARKE: 395 W. AAADISOM year.DON'T .

i KEYSTONE 473-4470' =- 'Alice Atwood, from Bradford and Mrs. Tom Barry of' COMMER'CIAL Th.,. la on C'rtltlcat.'
Hwy 100 & 21 County Bradford High High School Stadium at the Jacksonville and Miss FORGET ,WE_ HAVE Plana In Bali of.irly w lehdnwilnelly|
Michelle Eland of

1 O MELROSE 4751165Y recently.Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie. brother Heights and visited the Keystone Barry's ''. ,.&VHOME. MORTGAGE" MONEY. AM notlu.ter : ;rate. and plan* are subject to be withdrawn without] :

Hwy 26 & 21 Harper and son of Daytonaand and Mrs. Harold sister-in-law Eunice Mr. .., ....r" / '.
Mr. and Mrs. L.II. Harper, Saturday afternoon. on

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