Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven < .

96th Year STARKE. FLORIDA 15 Cents
49th Issue Thursday, June 26.1973 Copy

Temple Paints Hampton .Man New Law Hit

Killed On 301 Hospital ;

Joe H. Wiggins, 62, of
Austere, School Hampton, died Wednesday,
June 18, of injuries received in
an accident on U.S. 301 at \

Picture Hampton According Junction.to State Trooper May Never Come To Vote

Money D.C. Roberts, Wiggins,, a '
pedestrian, attempted cross
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STARKE "I think it's doing to be a very austere year," Chances seemed slim this week that a House bill shifting
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Jim who plans to no "' ""'" for
predicts lame duck Supt. Temple present a responsibility operation of the Bradford County Hospital
tentative balanced 1975-76 budget to the school board tonight would ever reach the referendum stage.
(Thursday, June 26) to leave his newly appointed predecessor I
Richard Jockel a good starting point. ''i Several county commissioners questioned said they would not
vote for the bill themselves, And County Attorney Gene Shaw,
"Everybody will go througha If the state receives less tax ., N r upon reading the bill which presumably became law without theGovernor's
belt tightening thing," monies than estimates pre-- Y r
School board dict, schools will get less r., t signature, last was in not reading the bill
employees can forget about money, Temple predicts; butif Friday, said, "This thing before it was introduced."
pay raises this year under the the state receives more tax should" not go to a referendum Commissioner E.W. Hodges i
bleak $3,851,542 funding pic- funds, the outgoing superin- and Rep. Williams could not
ture painted for the school tendent doesn't expect the The bill as introduced in the be reached by telephone for

board in a special meeting county to receive more school ., House by'Rep.. Frank their opinions of the bill.
Williams, subject to a referen-
Monday' morning. That figureis funds. The referendum clause in
dum, would abolish the Brad-
some $264,000 short of the Total state school dollars the act provides that: "This
total state dollar figure Brad- earned by Bradford County --r ford County Hospital Corpor- act shall take effect only upon
ford schools operated on in because of Its weighted value t ation; transfer all property of its approval by a majorityvote
197475. for full time equivalencyFTE ; the corporation, real per- of those qualified electorsof
( ) figure is $4,073,126 for sonal, tangible, intangible, or Bradford County voting in a
It is looser, however, than 1975-76, just $12,000 less than _: mixed" to Bradford County referendum election to be
the budget picture painted two the county earned this past I j-- \ subject to the control of the called by the Board of County
months ago when Temple had year, 1974-75. But the county 5 d County Commission; and provides Commissioners and to be heldon
principals go through their will be funded a smaller per N that all debts and liabilities a date this act becomes
proposed budgets and trim out centage of its earned amount .J4 e of the present hospital law."
some $400,000, including because the state figures it corporation "are declared the Introduction of a special

$300,000 in administrativecosts. costs less to live here than the ..... } debts and liabilities" of Brad- legislative act was decided
Individual school bud- ford
state's average living cost. So, County. upon after Circuit Court Judge
gets will remain tight as they off the top, the county loses Three out of five commis- It.A. Green, Jr. ruled last
were planned, however. Any some $322,000, or almost eight I sioners questioned stated March that a county "home
"extra" monies will go, under percent of the funds it earned their disfavor with the bill, rule" ordinance enacted by
Temple's plan, to a $68,000 by its number of students.In saying it did not carry out the Commissioners on Feb-
fund balance, $10,000 to 1975-76 the county their intent in regard to oper- ruary 26 creating a Bradford
unemployment compensation received 94.1 of its ation of the hospital. Authority
percent ____ 'W County Hospital ,
and $65,000 will be budgeted earned school funds. Next ; Chairman Dave Shuford whose members would be
and not used In case the state year it will receive two per- Dan Johnson. Kirk Wilson and Paul Anderson (I-r) at the After a few days visit with former classmate Tom Smith the said "I wasn't aware that it appointed by the Commission,
funding figure floats down- cent less, or 92.1 percent. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith on Morgan Road. The three young men will continue their bicycle tour of Florida. abolished the hospital corpor- was unconstitutional.In .
ward as it has each year under figure would have been lower bicycling trio have Just completed a 1,500 mile exercise In Down one coast and up the other Dan said. ation. We don't want to oper- seeking the power to
the new Florida Education except for a ruling by Gov. pedal power which originated in Orion, Illinois last May 15. ate the hospital. I wouldn'tvote appoint members to the
Finance Program. Reubin Askew that no county for this bill myself." hospital board, several Com-

would lose more than two per- FROM ILLINOIS TO FLORIDA Roberts and Paulk were also missioners had expressed the
disapproving. All three said
cent. opinion that they should have
Another blow was dealt M they hadn't been aware of the more say in policies of the
14 Permits' when the State Department of bill's content until Tuesday. hospital since the county was
Education audited the 1972-73 Pedal Power Nets 50 Miles Per Day Commissioner Ralph Bryan appropriating around $100,000

budget and found the county said that the purpose of the annually to help finance oper-

Issued For .had been paid $98,000 more STARKE Averaging a coast and pedal the 770 mile McRae daughter of Mr. and bags and pup tents, with a bill was to abolish the original ation of the hospital and emer-
than it earned in school funds. little more than 50 miles a day coast line which includes the Mrs. M.M. McRae of Starke minimum of incidental per- statute setting up the hospital gency rescue units.
Added to a $70,000 prior year three Illinois bicyclers Florida panhandle. metal assembly plant in Orion sonal necessities. corporation, enabling the Since the court's opinionthat
New Homes adjustment for 1966-71 it totalsto arrived in Starke Thursday, When they joined the ranks of Commission to enact an ordin- their home rule ordinance
t,_. ... $168,000 in funds the county, i June 12, four weeks after they After the completion of their ,till: \'unump oyed along with a Dan.Johnson who, ance under home rule to effects was in conflict with existing
"The best month if cewe've must 'pay back to the state-- started'bft) fthat WI v'en:' plamied'o-journey they, would few\( million\ others.. -1(..'originated-the-idea,.,said' that ...desired..changes Jn, operation.",, statutes, the Commission
tually be a 2,700 mile like to continue their'education of the hospital. turned la special l legislative
been in business, is the Buried deeper in the school journey Orion was about 1,300 miles !
in one of Florida'scolleges. Seeing an opportunity of ,act to accomplish their pur-
when completed.The Another commissioner who
Director is some $100,000 in ,
way County Zoning budget from Starke, but with a few
held dream of .
L.M. Gaines described the retirement benefits realizing a long asked not to be quoted said, pose.Judging
employee 69 old bicycling side trips along the way they
year Why the stopover in Starke? visiting Florida, Dan Kirk and by majority reac-
total( of $448,300 in building the local must pick "All we wanted was the rightto
system up. trio they're each 23 old have pedaled a little more
years They are visiting with Mr. and Paul planned their journey.As tion this week that purposewas
issued by his office The funds were formerly miles appoint hospital
permits paid than since
Paul Anderson, Coal Valley; Mrs. Tom Smith for a few a means of locomotion 1,500 May 12. not accomplished.
trustees instead of the Gov-
during the first 23 days of by the state. The local school
Dan Johnson, Orion and Kirk days. Smith is a former they decided to use pedal
June. system must pay next year a Wilson, Moline, left Orion, ernor appointing them. This
classmate of the three young power instead of gasoline as They plan to see all of could have been done by an
Gaines his monthly total of $430,000 in retirement
gave Illinois on Thursday, May 15, men. Tom has been in Floridafor the most economical means of Florida this summer by amendment to the originalact.
at the zoning meeting and social security benefits
Tuesday report night, predicted the from $350,000 in 197475. with Florida their destination.The about three years and now making the trip., traveling down the east coast .' I think the whole thing SwimmingProgram
cohstruction total would reach up young men were em- resides on Morgan Road. Tomis Their travel gear consists of which is 580 miles long. They, was bungled from start to

he( half million mark by the $40,000 Utilities, from are$130,000 up some budgeted ployed as. shop workers in a married to the former Rose ten speed bicycles, sleeping will come back up the west finish, and our big mistake

end of the month. this past year to$160.000
The notable feature of the to$170,000 for 197576. The bus
report was that the number of will cost the
system county an DecisionOn
conventional home permits estimated$172.000 in 75-76, but County Postpones
issued during the month the state is only paying
(equalled mobile home per- $160.000.

mits, with 14 each. Mobile At the same time, county
homes have been out- schools are being required by
numbering conventionalhomes the state to levy increased ad

about three to one in valorem taxes to participatein Water Management Area STARKE An apparent victim -
the past.Construction. the ,current education : of Bradford's school
costs on the 14 financing program. The 75-76 money crunch is the popular
conventional homes totaled rate is 7.034 mills, estimatedto '-,., summer swimming program
$326.800 total, while the 14-mobile-Ad- wring some $765,285 out of STARKE No decision was said that it may become the Keystone airport proPerty the commissioners were suc- pleteness of plans for their under which elementary
home was $77,800.totaled Bradford taxpayers com- reached on the creation of a necessary to engage the ser- for a sewerage disposal plant. cessful in getting the amountof construction the money was children have been taught to
ditions repairs fees' pared to $696,000 in 74-75. local water management district vices of engineers to providethe With the many conflicting $2,200 transferred to next not and cannot be used before stay above water since 1951.
43700. Building permit totaled The amount of local for Bradford County at a technical guidance to opinions voiced at the hearing year's budget. The amount June 30 and would have other- Money is so tight that Supt.
during the
period and property taxes going to educa- special public hearing held assist in the enforcement of Monday, the commissioners had been approved for expen- wise reverted to the state. Jim Temple, outlining
Gaines ,
$1,261 reported tion is determined by the fact Monday, June 23. the regulations."We deferred action on the pro- diture before June 30, 1975 by When advised by the countythe for 1975-76 to the school boar
106 building inspections were that the Florida Legislature In the absence of more con- are now under the St. posed ordinance and will re- the state Parks and Recrea- Parks and Recreation Monday morning concludedthat
made during June 123. established a total school budget crete and factual informationthe Johns Water Management hear the matter on July 7 at 2 tion board for construction of board approved the same the $8,000 summer
Gaines presentedhis for 1975- statewide of $1.6 billion.Of hearing has been post- District, and if we go on our p.m. boat ramps on lakes within the amount for inclusion in the swimming program shouldnot
proposed budget total of that amount the Legisla- poned until 2 p.m. Monday, own and spend thousands of In another matter Monday county: Because of the incom- commissioners new budget. be funded. It is the second
76. showing a ture decreed, $543 million will July 7, the next regular meetIng dollars we'll get informatic time Supt. Temple has
36111.37, as compared -
be raised through local of the commission. already available throug'' changed his mind on the
$30.890 for the current year. property taxes, which End result of the creation of other agencies. I suggest w, l J.lif '; ( r swimming program, after
Bulk of the increase is due to .
social security retirement, requires a millage rate of a water management postpone action until we get ....l.t\ .t..; I rJ first saying the school board
7.034. authority for the is to work should unless
in county more facts to on, com- not participate
payments, and increases Gaines The local school board could provide better control and missioner George Roberts % the City of Starke and Bradford
insurance premiums, vote to levy an eighth mill, management of water use, said. County Commission give
said. which would raise an addi- water control and water con- Jack Trawick, county sanitarian some assistance.A .
tional $110,281 In tax funds. servation for the future. Upon who is also a memberof 4h ;as' change of heart led Supt.
That money could stay in the adoption of an ordinance the Suwannee River Temple to recommend June 9
Tier county. But Supt..Temple says another board will be created Authority suggested that a that the summer program be
Caen he. won't ask local taxpayersto whose members will be ap- joint meeting be held with the funded at $8,000 just for the
make a greater effort when pointed by the county com- Department of Natural swimming program,. while
the state is contributing less to mission to enforce the rules Resources, St. Johns Water still criticizing the city and

education. and regulations as proposedby Management District, the w r county for not helping out.
Temple is making an effortto the ordinance.The Authority, and the county I School board members said
delay for a year repayment commissioners post commission to clarify certain they thought the swimming
of half of the $168,000 in prior poned action Monday on the matters before the ordinanceis program was out since it was
year adjustments. The State advice of attorney Gene Shaw adopted.L.K. not in the budget studied
Department of Education, who said the statute providingfor Whitehead speakingfor during the $400,000 cutback
REUNION however, has told the countiesit the water management act Crystal Lake residents, J"I earlier this year. .
ClasHlof wants the money all back carried with it certain control urged the adoption of the ..J No official vote was taken at

1Sf and mo this year. But if Supt. Templeis powers and that a county ordinance: "With the proposed ,;, tJ B BBOBBikiMCU* Monday's special meeting,
successful the $84.000 could authority could not act independently law you will have some- but all five board members
Starke Golf be used to replace some aidesor Shaw said the thing; without it, you have Winners at Lake Butler indicated an intention to vote
Country Club clerks who have been lost in county could regulate distri- nothing." he said. Tommy Spires and John F.Shaw against the swimming program
the budget crunch, or fund the bution of water but not its Whitehead said the county at the meeting set at 7

Saturday, June 2( swimming program for In- supply. should act now to safeguard p.m. tonight (Thursday, June
7:30p.m. stance. Another. factor in delaying against later developmentswhich 26).
No more teaching positions action was the cost of the might adversely affect Spires Shaw Win Posts
----- need be cut immediately, project as pointed out by com- the Floridan aquifer in .this Mike Sexton for coordinator of
Supt. Temple told the school missioner Ralph Bryan who the program the past 11
SPECIALSCHOOL board Monday morning. Several area.Whitehead and a number of years, said Monday night he

BOARD I, non-instructional Jobs Breath Of Life Crystal Lake residents have' On Lake Butler CouncilLAKE knows of. no other source of'
MEETING will be lost, however. indicated their disapproval of funding.
12.5 or 26 aide positions have Chairman Named the proposed construction of a Jack Trawick, county sanitarian -,

Tonight (Thursday) been trimmed. Hiring all ,26 sewerage plant by the city of BUTLER 362 of Resale Griffis received- 117 Spires, the top vote getterfor initiated the swim
back at their 'same salary Mrs Hank P: Lott has been Keystone Heights on airport Minshew the ming program in 1951. The 1
'. ,7:00p.m. Lake.Butler's 660 registered votes and Sharon the day, is owner andoperatOl'
would be named chairman for the
impossible, Temple property four miles northwest school system began funding
voters incumbent councilwoman of a supermarket In
went to the :
polls ;
Adm. Building says.Temple. Hampton Breath of Life fund of Keystone. He said the com, received 106. Lake Butler the program about five years
proposed a plan for drive sponsored by the Cystic mission should take action Tuesday, June 24. and electedone The vote indicated a later.- Under a former school
twrwq.lWI hiring back all the aides .at Fibrosis Foundation. now to prevent serious ecolo- newcomer and returnedone day's Shaw has served six'years'as Minding program the state
turnout of 55 of those
lower pay and fewer hours in Kick-off date for the drive is gical resulting from incumbent to' the city percent a city councilman and is the paid instructors of the pro.',
;r (ttnmtsuinitit effort to avoid 8th.Lungdamaging. dame council. registered for the city elec current ,Lake Butler Mayor
.an paying;; September plant effluenton pam But under the present:\
.6late .Sank \;:i 'unemployment compensation disease in open ground. Tommy Spires seeking his tion.Of the total votes' cast 27 The council wiU'\blt reX. ;,lunding formula, 'the state "
.. I ft, to the aides who were cut He of major Attorney Gene Shaw ex-, first term on the council, was were absentee ballots which organized .at ,their,,July" 9, provides _fluids for Instructors -.l -
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'Aec.u. T.-W I1 MwNUO "said the money allocated'to'pay significance in Hamptonand ,plained that the proposed favored with a total of 211 will be counted later.. They meeting and a mayor win be,". "i. Uf.tljs, swimming pro" \
._.!D*.M."ImwMM Cm, 15 aides could .be spread. all across the U.S. accordIng ordinance would not enable votes,'followed by incumbent will not affect the outcome of 'elected by the council to serve gram,making it.dead cost to>, r
ts.e' Page I) to Mrs. Lott. the county to prevent use of John E Shaw with 165 tallies. I the election however. during. the coming-year... the school board.

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Page TELEGRAPH June 26, 1117S 'I". .

_ I Mr.Deese-PatrayWedding and Mrs. Richard Deese The wedding July will 11 take place ; 7y"

announce the approaching July 11 at 8 p.m. In the First : 1XU-o/YkJf
marriage of their daughter, Baptist Church of Starke. ?
Sandra Louise, to Lucian All friends and relatives are

Mrs.Keith Ernie Patray Don, son Patray.of Mr. and invited to attend.Methodists. ? & ,

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Reception SundayThe Cathy Wood E. Normans Jency Watson Lt. F. M, Rawcliffe_ I

United Methodist Honored at To Celebrate25th Wedding Aug. 20
Wedding June 28
Women gave a reception
Sunday evening in Fellowship Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. W. R. WatsonSr.
Rhoda Marie Jones and Bridal ShowerMiss
of the
Hall honoring Rev. and Mrs. Hampton announce
Kenneth Wayne Wainwright and Mr. and Mrs. E.L. (Nook), engagement and approaching
family r
will be united in marriage George Harper Cathy Wood, August
and Leslie Avchin, of Norman will celebrate their marriage of their daughter, ,
June28 at 7 in the Trinity bride-elect of Daryl Hilliard, .
p.m. the 25th wedding anniversary Jency Evelyn, to Lt. Fred M.Uawclilfe
new youth with bridal .
Church of the Nazarene, 936: was honored a
director, who will be here for Sunday June 29 with a recep- ,son of Mr. and Mrs.
N.W 31st Ave., Gainesvillewith shower Tuesday night of last tion from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at W. .F. Kawcliffe of Provo,
a reception following in the summer. Anne Marie week at the home of Rev and
of Page their home on Bayless High Utah.
the church Fellowship Hall. Arrangements spring Mrs. Ben P. Bryant on Walnut. is
The bride elect a 1974
\ used in the hall
All friends and relatives are for flowers the occasion were and the same Leslie Prevatt Street. Debi tt way.All friends and relatives are graduate of Bradford High
invited to attend. Hostesses were Bryantand
flowers centered the refresh- i/ivited' to attend.Eastern School and will complete
Ella Sessions.
Mrs. Mary
.J WilliamsGainesWedding ment table. Miss Anne Hayes Wedding July 12 The refreshment table in the requirements in August for a 11,.
presided at the punch bowl.A dining room was centered Star B. S. degree in Psychologyand
/ June 27 social evening was enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. George Pageof with a beautiful cake Sociology from,Brigham
by the many membersand Lawtey announce the decorated with wedding bells. Supper June 28 Young University Provo.
friends who called duringthe engagement and approaching and Utah.
Vicki Williams and Games were played
Ll. graduatedfrom
marriage of their daughter, "
/ party hours. awarded to Mrs.
will be united in
Terry prizes YonezakiHardyEngagement Starke Brigham Young
Anne Marie, to Leslie Travis and chapter No. 224
marriage Friday,June 27,at 8 Prevatt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Dailey Mrs. Order of the Eastern Star,will University in April 1975. He Utah. A reception will be held
p.m. in the First Baptist Mrs. George Robarts of L. Prevatt of Lawtey.The Russell Wood. ToldMr. have a covered dish supper fulfilled a two year mission for at the home of the bride. invitations -
Church with a reception Indianapolis, Ind. is visitingher wedding will take place The honoree was presentedwith Saturday,June 28 at 7 p.m. in the Church of Jesus Christ of Mill be sent.
in the church an electric can opener .
following Fellowship Hall. brother-in-law and sister, July 12 in the Faith Baptist with knife sharpener from her and Mrs. Tokich! the Masonic Hall. Latter Day Saints in the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin, Church in Lawtey with a memento of the Yonezakl of Kumamoto, Austrian Mission.
All friend and relatives are hostesses as a AH Masons and their
and mother, Mrs. Lola reception following at the announce the The wedding will be an J\Ir.llnd Mrs. N.S. Dankel of
invited to attend. occasion. Japan families are invited to attend. event of August 20() in the Salt
Johnson for a month. home of the bride's parents in engagemc'itof their daughter, Lake City were Sunday
Highland. Yukiko Yonezaki, of Tokyo, Lake Temple, Salt Lake City, visitors of Claude Crowson.
Miss Page and Mr. Prevattare Japan, to Franklin E. Hardyof
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid visited
both 1975 graduates of Tacoma, Wash., son of Mr.
her sister, Mrs. C. C.
NOTICEPee Bradford School. Hoppe,
High I in Tampa the past week and Mrs. Charles !Hardy of
Miss Yonezaki attended The
Wee Nursery Now OpenSkating high school in Kumanoto,
Japan and college in Tokyo,
Japan. In addition to being an
: : RinkHwy interior decorator, she
202 Thompson St. presently works as an accountant '. -.
100 E. 1 Blk. E. Of Red Light Keystone Heights for a Tokyo pGGLY'I% is

WILL BE CLOSED Open restaurant.Mr. Hardy' graduated from
Bradford High School. He has
Mon Thurs Fri 7:30-9:30: : Sat. 3:00-5:00: : an A.A. degree in Law En- Complete !

7:30.10:00: : PM 9:30.: 11:30: 7:30-9:30: : forcement from Fort
June 30 Fri. 1 'i
Mon Aug. 9:30-11:30: : Steilacoom Community
Sun 3-5 College, Tacoma,Wash. lIe is :. o
For Remodeling a special agent for Air Force
Office of Special In- : We Will
Admission 1" Per Session vestigations, McChord AFB, .
Reopening Aug. 4th 2tpd Wash with years service.He
Includes Skates II will be separated from servicein BeHead,
Sept.,'75 and will move to
Seattle, Wash. to attend the
University of Washington, KI
majoring in business ad- For YouShortly
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: ta\492.\ Jacksonville were last
: Thursday visitors of Mrs.
Carrie Ritch. Mrs.\ Ritch also

.,. # had as Sunday visitor,her son,
: Dr. T. G. Hitch, of Jackson-
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+ <&) ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Charles

tIT Fields of Jacksonville were 1 ,
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} to show you around. So coma' on In
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Staunch and True! CELEBRATIONSUNDAY I Guaranty Federal.

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JUNE 29th We've expanded'r our downtown PRESIDENT

SUITE OF GENEROUS PROPORTIONS facility to serve the needs of our
growing number of customers..We
t i : WITH MAR AND STAIN-RESISTANT PLASTIC are proud of the confidence you have
TOPS, INTRODUCTORY PRICED AT ONLY you better with this modern
12:30-4:3OPM addition to our building. I'm looking
forward to meeting you.

II'I Triple Dresser, Mirror,

Chest and Bed........ $299955.Draw.r

I I Borrow a touch of the past and put it in your living now) Here is DOOR PRIZESREFRESHMENTS HAROLD DAVIS, Starke branch

o handsome country-look in bedrooms that is equally at home in
the city. Designed for lasting appeal with strong, uncluttered manager, Invites you to attend
2'" lines to perfectly accent the deep graining and rich oak finish.
All cases have dove-tailed and center-guided drawers See this the open house Sunday in
/ fantastic bedroom value today and look at companion ooen stock

1.5 -. -,- I pieces, now priced at similar savings! Night table *44extra. Gainesville.


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June:.!,,. TELKGHAPII;

I Vickie Williams Shower HonoreeMiss

Vickie Williams, June non Crosby presided at the
+ 27 bride-elect was honored at punch table. ,
a bridal shower Tuesday The refreshment table was BA 1
night, June 17, given at St covered with an off-white
Mark's Parish House on linen cloth and centered withan
Church Street, arrangement of garden
Hostesses were Mrs. George flowers and roses in an eperg-
W Roberts, Jr., Mrs. Don nette.
Bagwell, Faye Johnson, Mrs. Assisting In' serving were -OLDS
A.Y Covington, Mrs. Vernon Sharon and Gina Crosby,
Silcox and Mrs. Julian Brenda Roberts and.Gail Shu-

McRae. ford.Rose
Mrs Silcox greeted the corsages were presented -
guests at the door and presented to the honoree, her
i them to the receiving mother and Mrs. Gaines HARVESTER
line composed of the honoree, The hostesses presentedMiss
t her mother, Mrs. Charney Williams with a bride's
Williams, and Mrs L.M. book as a memento of the
Games, mother of the pros- occasion..
pective groom. Guests were invited to call
t't The punch table was covered between the hours 7 and 9 p.m.
with an off-white linen
Mty; N. A cloth and centered with a Melrose Class Of
't M punch bowl which was encircled FREE !
: o t with yellow chrysan- 1955 Reunion
themums and fern. Mrs.
Buddy Bishop and Mrs. Ver- Planned July 6 '

'y4' with
GrableBuckleyWedding Melrose high school class of ,
1955 will celebrate its 20th k, r
PartyEntertained reunion Sunday, July 6, at 10 '\ of
a.m. until 6 p.m. at the Lake .

(''.. '1ir.... Swan Melrose.All Conference. Grounds at t.5' \

.' !:. graduates, former class 1975
Kay of Grand
mates, teachers and friendsare
Prairie Texas was host at a invitedto attend.
Martha Riherd Robert ,
Weller, Jr. dinner party Friday night in Old fashioned dinner-on-the

Wedding June 21 In Lake Butler the Fellowship First Hall Baptist honoring Church his grounds planned. and activities are
son Gary, and fiancee,
The wedding of Martha Sigma and Tau Beta Pi Martha Buckley, following the
Carroll Riherd and Robert honoraries. He served i as a ,couple's wedding rehearsal.
Allen Weller Jr was held on U.S. Navy officer aboard the Assisting with the dinner 2W t.r?X.w .
Saturday,June 21, at the First USS Constellation and is and arrangements were Mrs.
Baptist Church of Lake presently u graduate student Charlie Albert of Jacksonvilleand Mrs. W. W. Sellers of
Butler, with the Rev Robert at the California Institute of Mrs. Bobby Pearson of Burlington, N.C. and Mr. and
D Moseley officiating.The Technology Mr. Weller is the Raiford. Mrs David Crowson and
bride is the daughter ofMr grandson of Mrs. Sam. J. The dining tables were Walton Clark of Atlanta were
and Mrs. Paul Markey Owen of Hartsville, Tenn. and covered with white linen weekend guests of their
Riherd of Lake Butler, and the late Mr. Owen and the late cloths and held arrangementsof brother, Claude Crowson, and
Mr. Weller is the son of Mrs Mr. and Mrs Samuel Paxton yellow and white daisies, attended the funeral of Mrs.
Robert Allen Weller of Weller of Savannah, Tenn. baby's breath and greenery. Claude Crowson on Monday
Gtillatin; Tenn. and the late The couple will travel west The approximately 30 attending morning.Mrs. .
Mr, W filer. through the Rocky Mountains with the honored SAVE
The bride, given in md Grand; Canyon for their couple were the attendants, Bessie Faxon, Miss
marriage by her father, worea honeymoon alter which they immediate families and out- Donna Faxon and Mrs. Verdie UP TO
white organza A-line gown will reside in Pasadena, Calif, of-town guests. The honored Jackson of Gainesville were
with chapel train featuring a while they pursue their couple presented gifts to their Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.
scoop neckline of chantilly studies. attendants during the dinner Vergie Flynn $230
lace accented i with seed pearls
and appliques of lace and
pearls edging the organza
flounce at the hem of the skirt. MOWER ATTACHMENT
IlerIIngertipveil.I scalloped in
chantilly lace,was attached to Buy the New 1915 Cub Cadet and you the Mower Attachment FREE
u coronet cap of lace and seed QCe
iH'arls. She carried a cascade with your purchase. expires JUNE 30, 9 1915
ixiuqufl of yellow roses, white
phalanopsis orchids, ivy and Q\
baby's breath.
Her attendants were maid of \
honor, !Mary Brooke Riherd:
Bridesmaids Harriet Riherd, 1 IIL
Shelley Riherd of Lake Buller, \ :\
Elaine Weller of Gallatm "
Penn and Mary Ann Emersonof .
Gainesville.; The attendantswore \ r"1'
mint green organza A- /F
line gowns featuring a, scoop '. j FJV
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daisies, baby's breath and ivy. FREE:
The groomsmen were Sam
Holder of Hartsville, Tenn.
who served as best man. = ;
'Ihomas Riherd and Gerald
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White of Lake Butler, Gregory purchase of
Riherd and Call Riherd of f
Slarke. They were attired in Mow 15175

mini green jackets matchingthe Our
other attendants. a BigSelection

I allowing the wedding areception vr ,
was held at the .

lakeside Lake Butler.Community Centerin ?i' '

'Ihe bride, graduated from Cadet 85 Special
I'.K, %'onge Laboratory 1ir
School in Gainesville; and has Of with 5-bu.grass catcherWhat
.1 1 II.A.! degree cum laude from
Rice University: where she a time-saving package when It is full. The 85
was ii member' of the Society we've put together for you! 28" cutting width,
ot I Physics Students and the / DressesSports The Cadet 85 Special one of ficient 8-hp engine,
Marching Owl I Band. She is / '
currently a graduate studentat the finest pieces of mowing justable Cutting While
!the California Institute of equipment you can own- 1'V' to 4". Come In
Technology( She is the : WearSwim plus a huge 5-bu. capacity advantage of our
granddaughter ofII'! 'and grass catcher to keep you lion offer It's the the
:Mis. din: Phillips Carroll of going longer between stops. "package" you can suppl
('harll'ston. South Carolinaand r The simply attached! easily from International "
the' late Mr. and Mrs. a cleaned catcher has a clear perienced/ gardener."
"'T.:\1. Riherd of Lake Butler. plastic chute to show .you U
The bridegroom graduated Cadet 85 Special I I RI'dl
(rom ti.ili.it Senior High er ..., Mower with Gra** .
School <1111I\ I the University of "' Wear
|Tennessee at Knoxville where :Buy the New 1975 International
lie was :a i member of Sigma Pi
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June 11. with n yard party tit "I. .
his home on Raitord Road.A \ "
color( motif of red.. white Q '-' w ""4 '.. '" ,,\ ;, > Mora's everything you ,,
and blue was carried!out in the ever wanted in a lawn
decorations since'' Eddies ", ,I\h''\. ,,. ', ., .. ,,. and garden tractor. t} -
birthday was on Flag Day. .' "' ,
The birthday cake was in the .'.. ', .>'
Rugged Versatility Big job Dependability From an 1974 Cub
flag and : Cadetspower
shape ol a ( decoratedin ,.! ,
Plus about five dozen that starts fast even!
I the same colors. .. .:y.* i work attachments to weather to our lawn
Favors' of bags of cllndylItl'l' .'., ; @. ,diQ' s ,i' .'' .. optional the big jobs done. Season service men who keep \ and gardenget
\\ pistols and a small flag j ,
after season. Cadet out working year tractors at lastyear's
little friends.
were given to Ihe 4.,.
Those helping to celebrate Durability IH quality proven prices.over .
the occasion were Robbie and : the test of tIme. Including
Jimmie Underhill Barry and clutch and transmission proven
Thorn Mines start.low ae
Lisa Reddish Gregory "" in tests to give 15 years ot moreservice
ton Leslie !Morris Steve Carter -, without breakdown.* +
Bill Chelune and Cindy
Winkler, .tJ '
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Ish Eddie a Happy Birthdaywere

his grandmother Mrs ,...,
Bessie Winkl'r. and Mr. and

Mrs. Robbie Shaller. eLJraed & gift Shop

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,and Mrs John R. Smith i'f 134 E. 'Call' St: I l_ r
and daughter spent the 4.. III
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Page TELEGRAPH June 26, 1975 .t :,'::,; "';,.J.,, :;,, ,:'.. ; .: 0:

I Patricia Edwards HonoredAt Jayne Hardy Youth Led Revival Set July 6-9 ;Keystone .Heights to "Celebrate. I50th

Two Bridal PartysMiss Honored AtReception At Starke's First Baptist Church : On 4th I

Bifinday.f July
Patricia Edwards, cloth and was centered withan June 17 \ :

whose marriage to David arrangement of yellow William Henry Duke, Jr. ",
Wainwright will be an event of daisies roses and fern. Miss Miss Jayne Hardy, August 2 will preach the Youth Led The 50th Anniversary the parachuting. starting at 4 pm. for the Our!

July 26, was honored at two Anne Haynes presided at the bride-elect, was compli- Revival at First Baptist City of Keystone Heights win)., ( 'Rounding out the day will be .Country Day program. I
parties in the past week. punch bowl. mented at a reception Tues- Church, July 6-July 9. be,.the highlight of a three-day :' ''water' skiing events and\.a... In connection with the 50th]
On Friday June 13, Miss One game was played and a day night, June 17, at the William Duke has celebration coinciding with.., special surprise participationcontest ,anniversary celebration, two!
Edwards was honored at a lingerie prize awarded. home of Mrs. Olin White. graduated from Florida the annual "Our. Country'' for young people, and outstanding citizens of I
shower given by Karen Corsages were given to the Hostesses with Mrs. White Southern College and is Day" festivities that have j i<,,the annual fireworks display'. Keystone Heights,. past or!
Uissy. honoree her mother, Mrs. were Mrs. Levon Andrews planning to attend one of our attracted thousands to the';F. .at nightfall. > .1*M present, will be honored, with I
The party was held in the J.M. Edwards Jr., and Mrs. Mrs. M.A. Baldwin, Mrs T.C. Southern Baptist Seminariesin Lake Geneva area in recent*", The annual Rotary Club fish 'nominations now''' being ac-|
Florida room which was J.R. Wainwright, mother of Hazen, Jr., Mrs. Harold Epps, the fall. He is a member of years. fry will be held at the beach cepted by the committee.

decorated with spring flowers the prospective groom. The Mrs. Jerry Gay, Mrs. Robert the Medulla Baptist Church, Keystone Heights, con- late Friday afternoon and "c -
and hanging basket plants. hostesses also gave the Barksdale, Mrs. J.H. Dennis Lakeland. sidered the capital of the lakes evening, with proceeds going P'1I. IJ IJI
Out-of-town guests were honoree an electric mixer and and Mrs. Harry Mooty. Duke has been president of region of North Central I Ito finance the popular ,
!Miss Maggie Gabriel and Miss bowls as a memento of the Mrs. White greeted the the Youth Council, R.A. Florida, was chartered by the swimming program. I In the field of world policy
Sue Byrne of Neptune Beach occasion.. guests at the door and pre- Leader,. ,Minister.. of Youth, Florida Legislature on April JThe. beach will be open to ,'I would dedicate this nationto
and Mrs John Kopelousos of 35 guests were invited to call sented them to the honoree director of 'an' Ensemble 22, '1925. The name :was.* .. .. free of,charge.. ,the policy of the good
(range Park. between the hours 8 and 10 and her mother, Mrs. J.E. Group, president of B.C.M. derived from the fact that its J'''' ::neighbor.',

p.m. Hardy. and is listed In. Who's Who founders were from the' RotatYl.u To
----- Attractive arrangements of among students In American 'Keystone State," Penn,' ;
roses were used in the foyer, Universities and Colleges. He ee'''' sylvania, and the site selected I
!Miss Edwards was honoredat Miss Doris Overstreet living room and dining room. has served as residential hall 'for the town was on a high,i tW I. : Install Ne;#,Officers J
a bridal shower on Thursday completed her internship in Arrangements of bronze advisor at Florida Southern sand ridge-hence Heights.'4,22 Yr. r
June 19 given in the Criminology June 13 with the marigolds were used in the College. Leading off the events t oT"-mine Rotary Club of Starke will.n. year's "Key Rotarian." This
Methodist Fellowship Hall Division of Youth Service in family room. At the present time Duke is Friday July 4..will be music', conduct. Its/-39th will be followed by the::in-
Hostesses were Mrs O.L. West Palm Beach. She is The refreshment table in the on the staff at Medulla Baptist DUPLICATE BRIDGE by local bands?followed by.a '-:TstaUation 'ofbfficers atilpIrttl'l f#! !' (duction of.new officers for the

Haynes, Jr., Mrs. Mack L. home for the summer and will dining room was covered with Church, Lakeland, Florida as' Two CLUB RESULTS tied for first .boat parade.on Lake Geneva, .afeatunng l'Friday; Jane mat;# the ,!'yednr1975.76p" Conducted by
Williams Mrs J.W. Ritch, return to Florida State an Army-Navy cloth over pink Minister of Youth. couples prizes,. in severalty r"JC5olf-or'''Country-Club 7let@1, Rotary International District
Mrs Gilbert Goldwire and University in the fall. linen and was centered with a place nament at at the quarterly. tour different divisions, including!- \W.Wf.ft.J.Hood; f';'694 .Governorf Randall, P",
Duplicate, Bridge
Mrs. George Huggins. Tommy Reddish, son of Mr. silver epergnette holding pink 1 decorated floats, small boats, 'W fesident'of the club,," air*tll.j I. ,, paraiso.jo;
An arrangement of roses and Mrs. Drew Reddish left and red roses and baby's OUl"A ( 1 Mrs.Tuesday Paul night., Johnson They ,,'were and: and speed boats. :<.i,{jftntances | !chardoal',' New ,officers :,of the club.
graced the piano and a Hall- for Little Rock, Ark. breath. Presiding at the silver Later in the afternoon therwjwill : kdltJ \ .J i I iN1to/begirt their tie&at1the-
Sunday man's library Isa, sort of Bernice Bnnke .and 'Tom: f;,_b>, )ik1d ; .:wUljbe.;
mark bride was centered on punch bowl, which was encircled '-. be' ekcftinvfiatit. MKr'' 'fh-st meeting in Julyinclude
for induction into the Navy. that '! <<;, :
harem, and I observe Rowand and Jack Burnette. .
the gift table. On Wednesday he went to with ivy, were Mrs. 'events+jjovei'...Laki?,Geneva! 'aincluding' :l I' 'Hreerresxley.MeatBurners;-.""i''>''CoL4.J..Fred''l.Lewellen' ,
The refreshment table was H.M. Hatcher and Mrs. S.G. tender readers have a',great Second were: Lora Francis '' ,..stunt,'.- 1 fpresident$Robert lakewood,
Orlando for 11 weeks basic 1'andl 'byMthe) Countyflj!
pudency in showing! their, and Rhea Johnson; third; Dr> served .(
covered with a linen cutwork training. Denmark. books to a ,Arl Watanai ** baloon ascenhiOtlyand;i spDrt ,j> YCluff&se : TBelle<*starting. toresMientpelecU Freeman
Punch Was 'also served on ., 1" \ RegisdeTwlUsecretary and
.." ) 4i Mmtr !iaG7:05"p.mtHdIt: ; ;
the patio by Mrs. Carl Hurst "
and -Don.Rardontreasurer.
and Mrs. Ervin Andrews. The atranier.PtqJofG ... \ .. _.,, ; theirp" District. Governor Roberts
fl-gueststbf; arrive pinvW y
LARGE GEORGIA punch table was covered witha [ YOl1JfJ( .-. ;;-iIi.: .,...... .: >I I1"so-we can start ort timet'-W-t: \ ;*,' willxbeKthec: speaker 'of the

cutwork cloth and the bowl Ali ,. Featured, on the .after-! evening.. :
was encircled with ivy. '. .. President Hood 'requeststhat
CANTALOUPES49C !" 'iij: ..dinner .program will, IbeAa'
The hostesses presentedMiss Raymond Stefanelli, a 1956 Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stettait"f ;number of presentations>)including all Rotarians who cannot
Hardy and Mrs. Hardy Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Nolin attend please advise him
graduate of Bradford High Mr. and Mrs. Elden SappiandMr. theannual, or
with rose corsages and also School and son of Mr. and spent last. week at DeFuniak : and Mrs. Tullie Norman* "PreSide \: -.Award'" to.the; .Drew Reddish arrangements

EA. gave the honoree a sterling Mrs. Henry Stefanelli of Springs.Mrs. visited Mr.: and Mrs. B.J.. ....rnFj' c ij: ?rchalrmaiw,., .....,/today.. ,*
cake knife. Starke, held a showing of his Eggers. ,;tin.*J cksoh..i1Sunday. Ht :fJr4 4) iM'Irt r" .
200 guests were invited to at his studio in 4elrYp :..l Nf{. + .
paintings t t'
CUCUMBERSFOR call between, the hours 8 and 10 Wichita Falls Texas on June Ron Kelly and son < 4 !tli! d ;.t .F {>> ::;,1kg f ;S' *. Ark *", No Glmmlc* *r 1r *
p.m. 6. Stefanelli is assistant Spike of Tampa spent t'Bobbyj rBrown;,> libnJbr'Mr. tin! "II 'i' i'z
professor of art in Midwestern with her parents, Mr. and Mrsi Robert Lv Br Y
6 49 ; University in Wichita Falls. and Mrs. Jack Trawick at 'leave July,3'for a week:was'(]' l ; 4113 :?UIUJI3
Kingsley Lake. Joining the '
Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Chastain, Lake'CltyUtah.'Hew! n:
lit of Gainesville visited their Mr. and Mrs. Charles family for the weekend were gO) to') Seattle,(Wash.* to t
parents, Mrs. Clyde Sinclair Francis .and children Mr. Kelly and Buddy'Trawick year*to be'a missrona tJtdI '

PURPLE HULL and Mr.. and Mrs. T. C. last week with his mother spent, and City.daughter,-Jenny, of Lake Church'i Of "Jesus. Christ" \ "poi.IattlrxDaySain .. f JJU0[! J I3 :? I

\ Chastain on Saturday and Mrs. Ernest Francis in .... ".r I/fIr."Ir.;
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Sunday. Woodbury, Tenn. Little Beth Mr.. and Mrs. J/F. ioodworth
remained with her Stockton and Ian Reeves of .
PEAS Francis ,
29B.4th Carol
Local admittances to grandmother for three weeks. Winter Park spent several and daughter, ,- Lake.spent f 75 Buick fcnrieraursundy 75 Datsun Trucks _
Bradford this last week with their last week at Kingsley ,
County Hopsital days wets WhM...a.M."y. M Choou Prom IncludInt -.a
week include: Mrs. Marlene grandparents Mr. and Mrs.N. They had as weekend visitors; I To*. AM.FM 5_. Split *wr, Au... Tr..... Modoli. T..... B
Mrs.W. B. Mundy and Mrs. daughter, Ellen, and Mike M tnM Both SMn>.CralM. Tilt.TI'ooc''"$Mavo_C.r Warranty *
Clemons, Theron Moore, L. Woodburn
..__. .., ., And Mavo Novor (f*
of July Special Miller of Valdosta State W c: Wht e Or* SttM. Boon Tltlod
Sale and
Willis Thornton Mrs. Elsie Guy grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. T L. Casey, of Sill Mllo> or L..., Promt74Datun260Z '
Ormond, Scott Rhoden Mrs. Keith and Kathy Gillingham Jr were in Lakeland over the College and Tom Busby T M .$6900. f ,.
Josie Ramirez, Mrs. Thelma were vacationing at Lookout weekend to attend the 32nd Orange Park ... ...M; '. $3100' '"If.
PEPSI Tup GRAPE Wise, Mrs. Alma Leurck. Mrs. Mountain last week. They class reunion of Auburndale State'i ,.' -" .. ''O
and Carlton Faulk of Troy ; $ .&v -r'
Dorene Cothran and also visited Mr. Mrs. High School. They also visitedMr. tf. --
Jacquelyn Eaves, Stairke; Merle Mundy in Athens Ga. and Mrs. Howard College is spending the .j __ 174 PonC8erirL. ..
6 PACK $ 09 summer with his grand-; i Br..!Mlpl.CM.AM.*M SMTMU .KM.AM-PM. Air Con*., 11....
Mrs. Fronie Moody of Lake and Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Naftelin Albright in Winter Haven. sChrom... ,?' ::I
1Norman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maxie'' win* Pwrj,Wlnoowi MI_ eSpd. -
Butler; Thomas Granules. Birmingham, Ala. Tin W"'.'P.. A-C., t> C
12 OZ. CAN had tas m
Keystone Heights. Mr. and Mrs. John Myers Carter, Sr. They ic 4' .I .ttt 1 '"

Mr.: and Mrs. Bill Parks and i and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glover weekend guest, Miss M tyAddington.ot ".lJ $4399 r fiC.1t; J1o- 5,, s A-

Andy Jordan of Live ,Oak children, Marion and Jana, were guests last week of Mr. Jacksonville.. ,+ ..... "
Farm and Miss Romana Grant of spent last Friday night with and Mrs. T, H. Slade at Green f* w' Yrro 4twrnw 0
last mother Mrs., Louie' Bell Bahamas ,Mr and ..Mrs, Epiloniaa 74 CMC Jimmy l 4Ma *ricklDO :s
Ocala were Thursday his Turtle Key inline .
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visitors of Mr. and Mrs. HV A, Parks,.while enroute to their /} : : .. ..l/FY.7101] > &M.r. .Whli AT .....PB, .ar. i.Tdpa4r ..rh A.. M
Produce Market after Mrs..DL.'Cainj.: tth7oh.'tgomefy .,i'liEstheri.fof. 5 '
Lawson.. home in Atlanta several. tI.tC4. ;FMr" "ALT Y"'# '.-1.-.
i days at Disney World. .!' Ala.:' spent: the:past 1";$'"., keri1.giae6tsrAtI\lt. .' <<.27.1:.. "' "" ,fI .-:'
617 N. Temple Ave.9646O71 Mr.'and Mrs. Lloyd Abbottof two weeks with her;sort and .MJ'ScM; es!.. tardy, +!+, .rIk rr 'I.\ro-: .",UZ f: : oI1; ?JJ1.I,"q_..""Y ::Z
Tampa were Sunday and Mrs. John A. Lamb oft family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Don.: .
Open Mon-Saf Monday visitors of Miss i' Delray" Beach and Mrs.. Glover., ,,M'sGlover: and Mr1 **':. :t!'Y,1.1! m. A ''!J'I C '!!t7''"tIII ..:Yunw.I: ar
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Middleton. Teresa of. Boynton and o
Madge Pagett Mrs..Caln.spent.
daughters; .... :.+ PWI
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Beach were recent visitors of the-. weekend at .the J 't.= :tlM I (CA..It P.. Atr.H.7a .lIy.rw.500MII.I.It.H. .. aR.
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Johnson, and attended '.the, ",: > .... H." $3188
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.... .., .. ,II" t. Jeannette Prescott

VACATION BIBLE Friday night at 7:30.: Games
itj1je RICE
} .1Ic P SCHOOL PROGRAMSThe will be played all day
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'Saturday starting at 8 a.m.
: IM children of Brooker Finals will be held Sunday
Baptist Church directed by afternoon
Mrs. Jean Douglas, Fourteen games will be
presented the Vacation Bible played since it is a double
School program Sunday elimination tournament: two
o '" SHOCKER night June 22, at 7 p.m. games Friday night, nine
;;; i The children and teachers games Saturday, and three

worked things learned about hard lots last of church Interesting week work.and on Sunday aflernoon.BRIDALSHOWER.

The ones who had perfect Miss Norma Jean
attendance were: Stevie Testone, bride-elect of
Nipper, Ronnie and Carrie Danny Bass was honored
( i I Knsmingcr, Tammy and with a miscellaneous bridal
0CJOPDpQ( QOC RQ ,ew''+lr1s Danny (lodge, Rhonda shower at the communitycenter
June 16, at
Truett. Debbie Polk. Dereck Monday
SHOPPING Starke Fla.Open Uri Smith Kevin Starling, Ricky 7:30: p.m. Hostesses were
U.S. 301 South, r1 = y Nipper, Paula Green, Nell Mann Carol Lee Jones
ENTER Jimmy Lewis Wayne Polk Marie Archer, Mae Dell
Mon Wed 9 Jo 8 Thurs : Sat 9 to 9 Sun 12 to 6_ :::- I,1 v Sherri llarrell, Pam Green, Judy Wentworth
j.yu: ''I'f Willingham. David Joann Raulerson, and Betty
I I Hamilton, Lamar Barnes Hayes. '
w PROCTOR I Elaine Molt, Eddie Barnes, The marriage was
f 4 Qt. Electric Bug! Missy and Dee Dee Hart solemnized Saturday, June
SILEX :. l Tiny Hodge, Greg Lewis, 21, in the Church of God of
} and Ann Truett. Prophecy with a reception
P..f.cI' ,I I HflL Thanks to everyone who held alter the ceremony in

ICE CREAM FREEZER i had a part in the school the The community couple will center.reside in

,. I r CHURCHSCHDULESunday Brooker.
Full 4 qt. capacity for fun Poly-wood walnutgrain I School, 9:45: ;
\ :JdEflavordthe. yeacrh'roundl II. FAMILY REUNION
I Morning Worship
bucket with black a motor housing n q
I I IKF401F Vacation I' I If Vacation Bible School Date of the annual I Fowler
black bridge.. program 7 p.m. Visitation and Prescott Family
Prayer, 7:30: p.m. Monday. Reunion has been changed to
.4 Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.m. Ihe third Sunday. July 20.
f l l Wednesday; Church Choir 8 this year,at \12 noon directly
$ : \ p.m. Wednesday. Visitation alter church services. All
PC. 7 p.m. Thursday. friends neighbors and
Brotherhood Meeting 8 p.m relatives are invited to bringa
EACH Thursday. covered dish and join with
ru Ihe families.
El After Morning Worship PERSONALS
last Sunday, with sermon Mrs Lola Coursey of
o/1 STRUCTO Golden
Breeze Box
: ;ET delivered by Richard Columbus. Ga. was a recent
24". :n. Barber, director of missions guest of Mrs. Joyce Custlen
i III 'F'"': ., Beautifully matched luggage to send the and ministers for the NewRiver and family.
1 NWeti Whitman visited
; Rhonda
and Santa Fe
BRAZERGRILL l_ l. 1IMr new graduate off to college or out Into the $7788 Associations, the membersof Baptist relatives lor week recentlyin
: '' : world in style! Includes tote, 21", 23", 25"
,, r =: 'S't_* fd_ Brooker Baptist Church Land-O-Lakes. She was
w a : ', ..: :'\" and 29"in attractive leather-look vinyl voted lor Rev. Terry joined by her father. Roy
I 1 "',. .. -Mit : ... Cranford to become full-time from Washington and they
t SEsxiff': "".r-:* pastor of the church. We attended the funeral of
l li-a- is: :: welcome him to Brooker. Ronald's grandmother, Mrs.
24" grill, has removeable who is Rhonda's
: : : McNatt.
IF' tripod legs. 4 position cen :=:!;::=;::;, ;;:l. :! -- ,< Long Handle, Garden Bow SOFTBALL NEWS greatgrandmother.Mr. .
ter lift, comes in The Brooker Softball and 1\1 rs.1o d Ilon'er.
Team will host a Men's Ronald Whitman, and Mrs.
11-- SHOVEL HOE 1 RAKE Softball Tournament this Donna Brannen. their son
fr ;' weekend, June 27, 28, 29 in daughter, visited Iriends
$ '\ Brooker. It will be double herewhen they brought
I 'Fourteen a
Keep cool and comfortable B%" x '12"Round ,," 4-Ft. Hardwood 2"w elimination tournament Rhonda home on June !13.:
4105 on hot summer nights! 20" PointBlade Handle. \' Teeth 4% Ft. sanctioned by the Amateur Happy birthday to: Mrs.
k EACH Diameter. Plastic blades. \ Lacquered 4. HardwoodHandle. Softball Assn. Eight teams Ruby Hodges. June 22;
C 2 Speed motor. Hard- will participate including George Pierce. June 25.:
wood Handle \ Dodd's Sunoco from Starke, Happy Anniversary lo:
IBEW from Gainesville Ruby and Evan: Hodges.;
l& $ 88 Heavy Shank Sargent Peppers of High June 22; Kathy and Russell .
-- GulfLite"9CHARCOAL' 1 5 Weldedto8z' T3 Springs, First Methodist of Thornton June 20.
x 4" Blade., / : Starke, House of Panels
Gulf Ut Each ; 4 from Gainesville Aces Sante Fe Campus
CHARCOAL #18-417//I/fh: ? 4 from Green Cove Union
I J Merchants of Lake Butler,
STARTER $16' and Brooker. Closed This Friday

LIGHTER. 3 Cu. Ft. "First ,g %wil, be.J glayed! GAINESVILLE Santa Fe

I 1 ) '; I, ,; :; j 1 (Community-: College- Northwest ,
1' GARDEN 57'
; $ $
silos$47V "" U Campus offices will be
closed all day Friday June 27.
CART because of a cut-olf of electric
7l i17 C, Each MP/Each powl'rhile' new electrical
equipment is installed
The "Northwest Campus is
1 Qt. Can Qt. located near Highway 1-75: at
CONTRACTOR'SWHEELBARROW :1111": )' M\V,; 83rd: Street.
88 The college's West and
South offices will be
Golden T -q 3 6 Ask open on June 27 on the regular!
t' summer schedule of 7:30:: a.m.
#31 to ::1:111!::)() p.m.
t CHARCOALBRIQUETS Seamless tray 35 x 27 rfb'i yx" 4 cubic .feet EACH Charley ,
t "' capacity' Pneumatic : ,;, E. New Law TougherOn

,!f Dr 10 Ll>. Bag \ % Johns signed ShopliftersGov..a bill Reubin cracking Askew down has on

Fits 1972 and later model r About This Question: of Florida's
,>ACCt shop lifting one
eRIOit I Golden "T" mowers.. Elim $ 88 rte' fastest growing crimes.
I PYl*
inates banker and
raking. Polyester bag "A Milwaukee
: ., attaches easily.. EACH political leader wu .sued ,The new who law resists provides arrest that
\ any person
in a libel
\ by a merchant or policeman
Bag G a I den"T" action. The jury awarded on suspicion of shoplifitingand
limit2 \ $275,000. Does' this. pointup is later convicted of
\ PUSH MOWERS the need for excess or' larceny can have up to a year
e Umbrella liability insurance effective added to his immediately prison term., It and is

CLOREX BLEACH for business" and. changes the name of the
:': '' : W0965:22"cut,3J4HPBriggs: -ofessional people? to
t ': ;;:'?:N W1205:22"cut,3J4HPBriggs: crime from shoplifting
and Stratton engine Coil start and Stratton engine. Features retail theft.
Does A Good Job position height adjustment. pull! start, position height Charley E.
Always i Throttle mounted on "T"-style adjustment, folding hgndle. JOHNS f AGENCY, It 'Is estimated that t
\ handle. shoplifters cost Florida
I' I 1 Gallon C '. w 'W1205 131 SO.WALNUT ST. merchants $252 million an-

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I County Agrees To Fill Crosby-Sampson Canal' Only

satisfy the Internal improvement -
STARKE In a person-to- Commission agreed to fill in about the canal digging, which appearance Monday before Roberts told Scott closed Monday the Fund oh the matter F
been per
person confrontation Monday the canal it dug in 1972 between the county has contended was the commission to find out canal had and that it was a Scott said that it would be ..VAN
with an area supervisor for Crosby and Sampson done as drainage work. The why the board had not repliedto manently between the necessary to replace the dirt 1
letters to the canal natural waterway at the opening of each of the
the Trustees of the Internal lakes. commission has maintained it his had been there
: Improvement Fund, David The commission had did not need a permit. between Crosby and Sampson. two lakes that lakes and to restore the
Scott the Bradford County ignored several Scott letters Scott made a personal Scott had charged the board for Chairman many years.Dave Shufordsaid shorelines .to their original
with an apparent violation of of the condition.
in not obtaining a it was the feeling To bring the long standing
Elzie Sanders To Sit regulations permit from the Ill<' before board that under the was circumstances not- controversy to an end the
Judge a permit
beginning the canal excavation work done _
in September 1972. necessary and the agreed to comply with Scott's
I for
Scott's last correspondenceor by the commissioners was request. Shuford told Scott n,1WEEKS
stabilizing the
BenchGAINESVILLE the matter was a certified the purpose of that he would be advised
On Circuit )) both lakes.
Part-Time water levels of
letter to the commissioners Shuford inquired of when the work had been completed
dated May 1, in which the When would take to by the commission.
Bradfor make the Circuit Court more cuit court calendar. The state commissioners were given 10 Scott what it
will have a resident, accessible to the people legislature however, refusedto days to make application for
County circuit judge Mor Judge Crews has appointed fund a seventh circuit the required permit.At DR. JAMES K. HESTER
part-time morning when a court Judge Sanders to conduct try, secretary for only six judges the May 8 meeting of the
day order becomes effective at and determine matters in- and the secretary's positionwas commissioners, Chairman OPTOMETRIST
volving juvenile probate, made vacant. Dave Shuford said, "We didn't
elevating Count;:
12:01: a.m. guardianshipand OPENING OF HIS OFFICE
Judge Elzie Sanders to circuit incompetency him feel like we needed a permit ANNOUNCES THE TO GO
court duty in juvenile, pro trust the matters circuit to judge then and we feel"like we don'tneed FOR THE PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRY,
bate, incompetency guardianship available. To keep the circuit court one now, and con-
is not
and trust matters. assigned Bradford has been without a office open' here in recent sequently did not make appli- 444G. W. Madison St..
The order of Chief Judge since months. Judge Sanders and cation for the permit.
circuit judge
John J. Crews of the Eight)! resident L. his secretary have been The commissioners did Starke, Florida 32091
Judicial Circuit was Issued Circuit Judge resident George of Starke moved to those offices. Judge however close the 15 foot wide OFFICE HOURS Watch For Our Opening
June 12 and delivered to the Patten Sanders' secretary coor- canal by installing a gravel 964-8076
in March 1974. A secre- And Saturday
Bradford County courthouse died dinates the circuit calendar in dam under the trestle that Tuesday Thursday
the judge'soffice
Tuesday by Circuit Court Ad tary kept in the Bradford court- this county as well as the crosses the canal.Commissioner. Evenings By Appointment 4/tp .e/5-e/2a
ministrator Ben North of house open and kept the cir county calendar. George

Gainesville.The .
areas named in whicl -
Judge Sanders is given circui '
court jurisdiction are often
emergency matters requiring
quick action by the court. A
circuit judge is assigned t to
Bradford County just one day;
per week on Mondays,at pre-
sent. All six present circui
judges now reside in Alachu
Rural counties such as:
Bradford. Union Levy Gil J '
chst and Baker have been
facd with the problem of: 4
obtaining a judge's service!
wh m emergencies arise at
tin es when no judge is on duty; GAF
in he county. That problem
w*further complicated whet DIAL
th< new judicial Article 5 went COPPERTOK WET ONES -
in|>effect in the Florida Const 126-12
ution in January 1973. Thai VERY DRY
tr' nsferred juvenile, probate SUNTAN MOISTTOWELETTES
In bmpetency, guardianship, COLOR PRINT
a 1 trust matters to the DEODORANT
ci ;uit court level. Prior to LOTION OR OIL
AI :le 5 those areas had beer Dispenser of 70 sheets. Handy for the Scented or unwanted anti-peripirant. FILM
hi fled by county judges. G.t. Great Tan.4-oz.Size Limit 1 teach, pool, patio or picnic. Limit 1 # 5-oz.Size. (LIMIT TWO)
dge! Theron Yawn for Insl -
nee, was a veteran of 20(
yt rs on the Bradford Count
C t bench and had handlec
t e matters for years. Wher
el feted judge of the circuitc LN
rt Yawn had vast experice -
e in handling the civil I I FOR
alters Article 5 transferred '
the circuit court. I REG. 1,58 + % t REG. 1 25 ,
lUnder Article 5, a count,; .,N \
jifJge had been left with hand- 5f -
Ii g misdemeanor cases amtraffic ot
courts. In many couns -
s the county judge is not ana

Hinty torney..Judge But Sanders Bradford is ana : ELLEy y 11 02.ALlTYPES. +'j4 Ir .+ W .., '32 01 .
with five F UMITONI'C
torney yearn MIT
embership on the Florid :
1 >*Association, therefore he n ALL
i: qualified to serve as a cil. TUSSY MISS 41

c it judge. .' f PURPOSE ...
Judge Sanders has in fact, fkt L LIP. BRECK gUSHIONDuER MENS OR UO..tol.
b I >en serving in county court I I WOMENSTATAMIS
i ii Alachua County one day per ti I 409
v eek to relieve the heavy load RIOTaehlon HAIRSPRAY HAIR
t ere. He has also, at the chie I: .de..n:: CLEANER
j dge's orders served I Int : right! liprtick ROLLERS WILKINSON SANDALS
ergencies as circuit judge I time for wmmer..g BONDED RAZOR REG. '1.49
The chief judge of the cir (LIMIT TWO) REG. 94 4 SIZES RE'J 1 29 MEN'S &WOMEN'S SIZES

,4 lit Iministration(n court all courts, charged and in the with supervlof circuit the)- I r i WITH 3

I its authority under Article 5t Bl s REG,
) 100 69c 7gc 100 188 98C

t 1 edge itch ighth run the as John Circuit court he Crews,wishes.system for instance of prett Chie the; FOR LIMIT ONE 299''

im and has assigned count;
dges to serve at the circui
curt level when necessar)' r tea. '
nd when the judge is quail- I SWEET 'N LOW 'f NO MODEL RIVIERA 'Na
c1i: !. Administrator Iyortllots 4 .. BTU + TRti00 TRroa tq:h'rao.
) out.Using REG.
his authority and see tit-\ le h41f I?-r 21.99 -HandtWra
jig a need to expedite hear (
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Coupon Good thru Coupon Good thru thruSaturday.June t 2S 1x
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: : :: June 26,1073
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. City Gains Last Minute Acceptance Into Federal Flood Insurance Prograin: .C2 I

STARKE-The city has been Notice of the city's ac-v the program.Individual have been unable to borrow must be purchased by ownersof While flood insurance is buildings at the subsidizedrate mediately'during the becomes first 30 111'KI this
accepted Into the National construction from property In areas In- available to all residents of of 25 cents per $100 of days the insurance
ceplance into the federally property ownersin money the first 30 ortJ
to 40 available: After
The rate
Flood Insurance Program by subsidized flood insurance Starke are now eligible to federally regulated lending dentifled as flood-prone by the community, Mr. Hunter coverage. goes waiting iqinl
HUD! order to be that the Federal cents per-$100 for days,there is a 15-day
the U.S. Department of program reached the cityclerk's buy flood insurance protection) agencies."We in emphasized naol:
Housing and Urban office Monday, June at. affordable federally- think the new, ex- virtually all forms of economic sanctions'against, nonresidential buildings.The all period be
contents of The policies can pur-
Development(HUD) effective 23. The county has joined the subsidized rates,. offeringmore panded National Flood In- federal or federally-related building assistance will not be licensed local
tomorrow (Friday, June 271, program several\ months ago.. extensive coverage surance Program offers the financial assistance for apply to property outside the residential to buildings can unit chased from insurance any agent or
insured $10,000
according to City Clerk The city barely got under the under the expanded program best way of protecting building purposes in those danger zones. up cents $100 per of broker.property The travelers Indemnity ,'
Merrill Edwards. July 1 deadline for enrolling in authorized by the 1973 Mood property owners from the areas. Under the expanded at 35 per East
and the rate to Co. 1516
while "This would include FHA broader coveragecan coverage goes
-<< Disaster Protection Act, ravages of floods, program
m a 00000000
ooaooooooaraooooo0 the Orlando,
--------- ------- cents $100 for Colonial Dr.
states Acting Federal Insurance easing the burden of the VA mortgages,loans from the be obtained for all 75 per
LADIES MEN'S Administrator J. general public," Hunter Small Business Ad- buildings and their contents. contents of all nonresidential 321103 has been designated as
STUDENTS CHILDREN1 LEVI'S Robert Hunter.. states. ministration, or (loans from The limits of insurance for structures up to a maximumof the flood insurance servicing
Had the city not joined the "Since flood insurance is any federally-regulated or single-family homes is now $100,000 in coverage per company for this area. Agentsand 0
Largest Selection and Size Range In South federal insurance program, now available," Hunter added supervised banks and savingsand $35,000, ahd $100,000 for other unit.Policies im- brokers may obtain insurance policy ,,110:)
nonresidential are effective forms, rates, flood
that it loan institutions. residential and
its property owners would "the law requires "
BOOTSi Acme and .. manuals, and any t'rW
: Tony Lama. Justin Fry Texas Dingo lib
-;;:>: necessary information from (
Larry MahanSHIRTSPanhandle ,.b'u,
Slim Karman,Larry Mahan. Hang Ten. this company
Levi), Roper We' Can Build For ALMOST Anyone// j DeWittC.Jones The .K1A. Mr. Hunter ex-out IUI; :
HATS: Stetson American and Reslstol 11 ll plained is in the process of
HORSE Saddles Halters, Bits, Blankets, Bridles Grooming publishing maps showing the Supplies, etc. 496-2185 Funeral Home special flood hazard areas in'1Jad l
CUSTOMBUILT approximately 20,000 /
1. the country.fT(
? across
Master Charge BankAmerlcard. Welcomed
BUILTHOMES He congratulated the local dui
Little Dude Western Store : STARKE PHONE governing body here for but
RENTAL taking action before the Julyinut.
902 South Edgewood Avenue I r HOSPITML,BEDS WALKERS WHEEL CHAIRS 1 1. 1975 deadline imposed uiH
Jacksonville Florida 384-1210 bybicL pernini IL, 4 CRUTCHES under the Act for enrolling in suT
the program. mm
,Monday Thru Friday:' 9 A.M. TII 9 P.M. KEYSTONE .HEIGHTS PHONE 473.3176II<< The city has obtained a icO
G limited number of maps of their!
Saturday: 9AM. TII 6 P.M. 1316/8-7/31 -
city showing the flood prone bul.
areas within the city hmits.iuoo:

l]W(iJIlJlJE1lJ( [ E '..' SHOP EARLY! They of the may City be Clerk.seen at the_officeirn1 JiupTK oTbFILING' I :

GJ,fill]jl: r;]fJ SOME ITEMS stands CABINETS.desks, chairs Typewriter and 1 S1U]
,: WWL:1 ARE IN LIMITED safes. We can order them for 111'3/1
: SUPPLY you The Office Shop. Ph. lhu(
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Pages TELEGRAPH June 26. 1975 '

Lead Second Half Of Women's Softball. Play' "'

Independent Merchantshave to second as they romped 12-1 Tuesday night,. June 24, and Carol Stephens brought in remained still until the fourth'
Starke Mixed Doubles Bowlers taken 3-0 lead during the over BJ during the second scoring on 19 base hits. BJ three runs I'or)1\ to give( them inning as IM brought in eight
second half of Women 'game last Tues, night. Carol opened the game in the first the lead of 30. but IM pushedup runs lor a 12-H score. l Dumpier. -
League Rolling In High Gear Recreational Softball play; Redding led the team with a 3- -inning as Karen Lunn, Debbie from behind them to score still ;swinging( Inns,
with three wins in the past lor-4 as Susan Reddish and P. Broughton and Gail Branson lour runs to !squeeze I by 4-3. brought in three more runs intholiilhloru
week's play. Fischer followed with 2-for-3. scored three runs, to' take the Dampier struggled hard as h t light I II-I I 12: Mere,
Bowling at Palm Lanes in TEAM STANDINGS 4)) Powell-Bryon, 6-6, 4230; 5))' Bret and Jerry's Athletic ,Dampier held a total of 8 hits lead of 30. The score Belle Hodges and [P. Kiesclu-r IM couldn't stay behind HI
(:iumesville: eight teams from 1)) J. Smith-Fairchild, Wong Roberts-H. Davis, 6-6, 4033; 6)) House is in second place with and three errors. remained until the third inning scored two runs, ahead ol Ihi'.V scored Iheir lust t three
I Starke are enjoying the Lose-3 Total Pins-5310; 2)) Hardy-Flynn, 5-7, 4605; 7)) 2-1 and Dampier Inc. follows! as Lunn and Broughton C'arolyn Itfdding's three-run, winning runs fur ii ,\i.vnio; -
summer session each Thur- Iloward-Petrella.8.4, 4208; 3)) Silcox-S. Smith, 3-9, 3848; 8)) 1-2 for third.Independent, Bret and Jerry's rolled to a scored two more runs for a homer 1 lor a K-4 lead. The score (lory
sday night. Brown-Stanwix-Hay,8-4, 3882; Hamilton-Roberts, 3-9, 3669. Merchants 14-8 victory over Brooker bigger lead of 50. But Brooker'' '
went 7-5 over Dampier, Inc,, came up from behind to score:l :
The team of J. Smith and Green Machine And First Methodisi( during the first game last Fishing LicenseCheckUpSet three runs' in the fourth to 'AUCTIONRestaurant ,
Fairchild are leading the Tuesday night. Merchant squeeze the score to 35. BJ's' ., ,
league with 9 wins and 3 players had themselves a were still hot to go as they w....'
I losses) while M. Brown and Post Wins In Men's Slow-Pitch Play night at the plate rapping out scored five more runs to keep: Equipment' Household Furniture
Manwix-llay:: along with the 18 base hits against Dampier's To Start July 1 them out of danger ilh a \10-3
team (it U. Howard and Cunningham Gulf is holdingthe Falcon. Green Machine 11. J. Maines led the attack lead _
IVirella( arc pushing with 8 first place with a 4-() banged out 17 base hits, to with a 3-for-4 performance. Brooker' tried'' lo'catch' up Miscellaneous Articles
wins and 4 losses Batting an record in the second half of their zero. All Machine Betty Hudson and Linda Lunn Florida wildlife officers will with live more runs, in the
oxen ilK: ( ) finds (the teams of Men's Slow-Pitch players went 2-for-5. each went 3for5. Each begin a strict check of fishing sixth to make the score H-lO.r
Powell and Bryan along with Recreational Softball. Methodist Church zoomed starling Merchant player had licenses on July 1 and persons but BJ scored, Iheir'last' lour :' 1:00: P.M ;Saturday June 28,1975; :, t:
l II.( Roberts and II. Davis with Green Machine, in 'second by Brooker 19.6 with 16 base at least two hits. going fishing after that date runs in the seventh for a' 14-8 ,a h ; : : .
(0;iwins and{K; losses High three place with a 4-1 record, hits. Gareth Jones led the FM Carol Redding started are advised to have the new victory, Debra,,Gilpin.'Karen ,-V l ':i30di1:S Starke"Fla,_ 1tif'.w;. I
name series lor a team stomped 21-0 over the Hippies with 3-for-4. Dampier off in the first inningas 1975-76 license, or they' may be Lunn and Gail Branson lead :: ; : : .
tx'longs to the Smith and Tuesday night, handing the Brooker opened the game as she slugged a 3-run homer subject to arrest. \UJ with 3-for-4 performances "T7Tji'v j \ .
Fairchild team at \17\% while Hippies six home runs. GM Bass and Kelley scored two pushing in Linda Powell and The new licenses have beenon Independent Merchants i .. ), .
I the individual three game held the Hippies to three up- runs off of a base hit and Janet Powell for a 3-0 lead sale since June 2 and are squeezed 15.11 past Dampier ,. INSPECTION 10:00: to 1 :oo
l'rll'SoM'S/( Grover Howard three down throughout the errors, giving them a 2-0 lead. Merchants Pam Macy scoredone valid] until June 30, 1976. Inc during the second game ,
who held onto his 510. Yvonne off of base Fishing and hunting licensesare DAY OF AUCTION i
game, with the six home runs First Methodist came up run hits to keep Tuesdav night, as Dampier ,
Smith replaced Judy Flynn by Gary Melvin, Johnny behind and scored seven runs Dampier ahead 3-1. The score available at the offices of had 13 hits to IM's 11. "
with a high /game( of 173 for the Powell, two by Randall straight. Brooker tried to stood until the third inning all lax: collectors and their Dampier started (the game ALL SALES CASH''OR EQUIVALENT
women and a 455 series. McGee, and two by Donald catch up in the third to score when Merchants scored three license agents. as Susan Reddish Jan SearleOn 1
four more to make the score 7- runs off of base hits to put One dollar from the sale of (No Personal Checks)
6. FM squeezed by three more them ahead 4-3. but Dam- each $3 fishing license is set ,4
runs to break the loop to 106. pier's Carolyn Redding aside in a fishing Improvement six RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT! Sinks, Hobart Mixers.,
an to
average seven
IS THE PARTY OVER? FM kept the lead and finishedthe slammed a solo home run to fund and can be fishermen are arrested each Slicer Food Chopper, Water Stations Gas Toaster '
game with 19-6. lie the game 44. Merchant P.. used only to improve the for fining\ without i Work Tables Oven Radar Range Cash Register
Hall came back to squeeze one state's fresh water fishing Change Maker, Bake Shop Display Check Out
license. The of licenseis
A resident price a Counter Cafeteria Trays Pots Dishes, Some Tables
run past Dampier for a 5-4 .fishing license
There's no getting around the fact that your high cheap when compared to
lead, then IM stayed ahead costs $3, or a sportsman may and Chairs Booths and More 3
school of the best have. Good the fine for fishing without a
years are some you'll ever RollingWheels the remainder of the game. purchase a combination license
friends, good times, lots of laughs. Maybe even a little Redding led Dampier with a 3- hunting and. fishing license for HOUSEHOLD: Chairs Beds Tables Lamps Small j
lor-4 performance at the 1050. o o.o.o+k Items Many Restaurant Items. 3
learning. But now that you're graduating,you really have

to decide, "Is the Party Over?" plate. GROVER PHILLIPS, Auctioneer *
First Holds
For some of your classmates, it probably is. They'll Bret and Jerry's Athletic Baptist

settle into jobs that aren't going anywhere and that's House whizzed 12-4 over,, ," LOCATION; ,
hapless Brooker during the
where they'll sit. With their memories.But by Lydia SellersHey second game Loretta Mar- Church League Lead J

if you want,to go places in life, you can. Andthere's chant, Susan Blalock and 301 South at Lincoln d
Hey! Hey! Were you Marie Griffis led the team, !
one job that can start you out .on the right foot the 'second game"including 1SEE
there Saturday night when each going 3-for-4 hits at the'' First Baptist Church of fit" 'Inside nksSoufh
better than any other we know of. The Marine Corps. A.C. Morrow in his black and plate. Starke is holding the first two homers by Jimmy Pre- Just City Li
gold No Circle 3, after a Brooker got on the place with a 2-() record duringthe vatt FB's Prevail had a perfect -
After boot camp you'll get top notch training in a Scoreboard second half of Men's .,3-for-3 at the plate with
second in one heat t; jumped to 1-0 in the first SIGNS! ., i
specialized career. The kind of top notch training only the front in the hobby feature inning on a hit and an error, Church League Recreational two fcolo home runs. Prevall's
the Marines can give you. They have over 400 different and held it the entire race? It then followed up three runs in Softball. hits were the only ones made.
did heart the second to them a 4-() First Baptist Church
sure my good to see give .
jobs and if you qualify you can take your pick. Jobs that little FORD do its thing lead. The score stood still until slammed out a 20-4 score over
like Air Traffic Controller Telephone Technician Air- Nice driving, A.C. the fourth inning whenBJ Northside Baptist, Tuesday
craft Mechanic. Even Criminal Investigator Jobs that I don't know but I think No. jumped ahead 7-4 on five' 'night, during a four' inning I
Excitement 97, No 97X and No. 35 are all base hits and four errors, then game: Northside opened the We Are '
offer you a challenge.. And a real future ,
: running their own race to see scored five more runs in the game with a 3-0) lead, as the I 1 ,
in or out of the Marines. ?. ....r. who can have the worst luckon sixth to give them the game at .)> team scored on errors. FirstrBaptisl "' "' '''I.iJo' .. ;. ,
'If think what it things going wrong with 124. BJ rapped out a total of you you've got ', takes,.a job in the ru. p
their cars: 17 hits. scored five runs for a 5-3 lead.
Marines is a good place to start. Call now, for more Judy Garver jumped out in Independent Merchants won'a Northside pushed hard for one y.a. PIGGLY
information. the lead in the Late Model big one last Tuesday nightas run with a sacrifice,' to give Our ; '
Powder Puff race in Car No they stomped 23-1 over'' them their four runs, makingthe
((904)) 377-3245 13, spun out and ended in Brooker with a total of 21\ base score 54. First Baptist "
fourth spot. Judy, you keep up hits in a five inning game. gained nine runs in the third, Brushes ..' '
Collect the good work and we'll put Pam Macy and Linda Lunn1 I and six in the fourth for a vic-
((800)) 423-2600 Toll Free you\ up against Harvey Jones led the attack with perfect 4-' torious win of 204. '
Special thanks go out to Carl for-4 performances at the' Madison Street Baptist Now! : a
The Marines for few "
are looking a good men. "
j Wilson of Wilson's Welding in plate Church was pushed down o o
Thru July 24 Starke for donating his time Ucimpier, Inc. lowered Bret from second place as Morgan
and his welding equipment and Jerry's tie for first place Hood squeezed by a 5-4 victory 1.:",. I
... _. .. during the second game Tues- '
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started the scoring with a 3-() For
lead in the first inning on four

House Hunting scored base hits one run Morgan to keep Road MSB We

I ahead 31. MSB came back to
last for lead
score its run a 4-1 ,
but Morgan Hood pushed four Have
And The Choice Is Limited Or Non Existent runs in the fifth and final
inning for a 5-4 win.
Madison Street Baptist A
pushed a 7-0 win over North- '
side Baptist last Saturday
night to begin the second half. Store"Where
I I NotReally.1. : Dwayne Alday led the MSB
with a 2-for-3 hitting perfor--
mance. Eddie Blalock and
The Customer Will Be
,Gary Osteen held two hits
each. MSB held a total of six
base hits. Comfortable In
Doublewides First Baptist slashed Morgan -! Shopping"Fantastic
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Administrator MJ-i Must Ask Bradford arc, For Permit, For .Sewer. Plant I IThe

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Named FridayLAKE City of Keystone L.K. Whitehead and Mrs.. appearing to favor out-of- 'something In Bradford
Heights has been served Jerome Johns. interests rather than classification on the off'"' Whitehead rezoning;
BUTLER A notice that county they better come see airportand warned. (A
Hospital administrator has be made application must Both spokesmen declared fighting to protect the rights of County the prison property was recent news release stated Cardin Brothers; less than
been appointed and to the Bradford they had not had equal protec- property owners paying taxes Members of the board made by Mrs. Johns who said that the Jacksonville office of 2-acres, one-quarter mile
authorized to proceed with County Zoning Board for per- tion under the zoning ordin- In the county. agreed, however, that since this should have been done at DPC has given Its "tentative south of city limits on U.S. 301
licensing for re-opening of posed $1,792,000 to construct its pro- ances in their fight to halt con-. Chairman Art Keifer said Keystone had applied to the the time the rest of the countywas blessing'; to the project, from BR to MS to permit
Union General Hospital. ment sewage treat- struction of the sprayirrigation the board had nothing on of Pollution Con- zoned. although it would hold hear- manufacture of pre-cast septic -
Raymond Eugene Hardval port on Keystone Air sewage.treatment planton which to base action up to now Department 13 for a permit to The board's attorney, ings to receive input from tanks.
48 a former hospital consultant County.property in Bradford a site they said would cause since Keystone officials had build a sewer plant at the air- Dudley Hardy,said this action other boards and environmental Miller Enterprises: reclass-
air and water pollution in the not applied for "AU would require about 90 days ) ifying 1.43 acres at northeast
i from Winter Park, was The notice a permit. port, it was obviously time for agencies.
given the nod of approval by a letter was contained in Crystal-Bedford Lake area. we know is what we hear and them to apply to Bradford since a list of property ownersin Whitehead urged speedy corner of Highway 16 and
the board of trustees of UGHat Raymond to Keystone Mayor Mrs..Johns and Whitehead read In the papers," he said. County for a permit. the area must be compiledin action in getting the permit Morgan Road (west) from EA
Starnes from Zon- both accused the board to BH to allow construction of
of "But if order to give them written
build from
they to The
a special meeting held ing Director L.M. Gaines reo going appeal to place a zoning application Keystoneand store with
Friday, June 20.Hardval's direction of the upon .... notice. was told that the earliest Handiway gas
Zoning Boardat -
administrator appointment of the as its meeting Tuesday night. Merchants Kick Off Red Carpet Days Director Earlier Gaines in the announce this next board could meeting be done on was July the 29. pumps.William C. Powell: reclass-
board also voted to take that DPC had written the zoning He expressed fear that this ifying 15 acres, more or less,
General temporary Hospital basis is on a steps toward placing zoning Monday With Sales Party And Banquet board requesting a joint might be too late since DPC on Highway 100 West, between
according to classifications on lands con- public hearing with their must hold a public hearing Adolph Gay property and OlinMobile
board chairman
J. D.
Griffis. tained in the Keystone Airport the of the Homes, from R1A to
J. agency on matter within 30 days after it
and the Florida State Prison Guy Chipman, nationally part of Florida's R3 to construction of
The Distributive
new 'administrator Builders treatment plant. received the June 13
the known sales panelist and Supplies, Fat Boy's application. -
retired from the U.S. Navy in only two unclassifiedareas advertising executive from Education Department. Bar-B-Q, Pinehurst Grocery, The Crystal Lake delegation multiple family dwellings
1972. He did reside in in the county. Madison, will be the featured Red Carpet merchants to be Mustang Mobile Homes, and urged the board to hold its own In other matters. Tuesday'' (apartment buildings contain-
Kissimmee, and was formerly Both actions were taken speaker featured in the Telegraph are Dairy Queen, public hearing on the matter, night the board: ing 4 to 6 units single story,
Monday night, June
upon the insistence of a dele- Julia's Florist, with 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms.)
employed as a hospital con- Holiday Inn as required by the zoning Granted S.D. Harvin's
30, at 7:30
sultant in Winter Park. gation of Crystal Lake and: Red p.m. at a sales Gulf, Stan's Bootery, Ter- ordinances before meeting request,for reclassifying one Florida Power & Light Co.,
party Carpet banquetat J\/
property owners, headed byIJ the Starke Golf and Country willegar Ford, Leila's Dress ) I /iiK HI HIWhen HIs with DPC. acre on U.S. 301 North from permission to construct sub-
Club sponsored by the Shop, Badcock Furniture, "If you don't make your RIB to OR. station on right ol way of pro-
Bradford County Telegraph. Community State Bank, decision before meeting with Gave permission to the posed new 240 KV power line
ft J Contractors The program will kick off 10 Winkler Electric, Sawyer- DPC, they will just brush you following applicants for from Lawtey to Baldwin.
weeks of Red Carpet Days Slade Williams Gas Jewelry, Mallard's, Wishbone 5 & 10, pNOG I
featuring 20 Starke'
Cement And Carpet merchants who will Red Fried Chicken, Dahmer's
MasonryAll featuring each week Discount House, Carlwood fortune knocks, be sure BUCK'S FLER
Interiors to the door.Temple .
Acme Hardware, open
sales and
Work Guaranteed shopping values on a

large Red amount Carpet of Deals merchandise.will be Chevrolet Suzuki of Starke Olds,, Baldwin-Starke PaintsFrom MARKET & PRODUCE

Free I No advertised in the Telegraph
I beginning July 2. ( Page 1) Hwy 100 6 Mi E. Of Keystone Putnam Hall
F I Chipman has talked to over MeetingAt
Estimate Obligation 35 3,000 sales groups in the past work.among In all this aides way, aides wanting refuse to 473.2067Office or 473-2514 Home

years on advertising, ing to work at the lower
merchandising, and sales would not be Fri Sat & Sun
eligible for
techniques. He organized the Night
4132000II first in-store retail unemployment compensation /
courses for employees ana Temple Board pointed Member out Arthur Gas- "Get Acquainted Offer"Free
executives in the late
1930's as kins
it would be better for
Pays Off the principals to choose the To SellersFri.
aides they wanted to rehire,
I rather than keeping the ones
LAKE BUTLER The Union who would work fewer hours
County Commission's first for less money. Board Member ., Sat. & Sun June 21-28-29
night meeting may have been J.T. Parrish computed the A
CLOSE-OUT worth $5,000 to the county.J. .
amount of
involved in
B. Kelley of lake Butler the unemployment money claim and Fri., Sat. & Sun. July 4-5-6
.offered to donate to the concluded the expense would \..
commission a small tract of .
not be extreme..Parrish
suggested -
land which valued at$5,000. keeping a smaller IFresh Home Grown Produce
Making the offer at Tuesdaynight's group of aides as planned. No t'.". ....e.., .-t.,e.
June 24 meeting of the 'action was taken, however.A ,.. "
Saw potR $ 25 ,,
Now commission, I EGGS 5
SALE Kelley agreed to discussion of aides who SCE DOZl tJ
give the land to the county on will substitute when teachersare ZI-6/26-7/3
which to build a proposed absent will continue at the

for Agricultural Union and Service Baker counties.In Center. special 7 meeting of the boardat . . .
p.m. tonight (Thursday,
return for the land the June 26)). I
county would be expected to Much of the two hour meet Short: On Cash? ...
install water and sewer lines ing Monday centered around

to to grade the donated and build property up two forty and Board the substitution Member Pat problem.Spengler SEE OLIN, HE WILL TRADE = I

Your Magic foot would streets provide the which easements Kelley. would contended cost more hiring than substitutes keeping FOR ANYTHING

for.. the aides, who act as substi-- I- I-
ChefNow tutes as well as doing clerical
The half-acre tract of land work. FROMA
is located immediately southof Temple also proposed that _
the recently annexed Shaw funds can be loosened if the BATTLESHIP
once sub-division in Lake Butler, school board would agree to .. _
1I S Only and is just outside of the city. have .more students in each l.', .
limits. }
'I.< classroom. the
Increasing TO ABILLY I
I P9 The commisssoners have pupil-teacher from 1.28 to 1-30 <
taken the proposed donation in the elementary schools !
Gas under consideration for would free $50,000.( Another | GOAT!
further study before ac- $50,000 could be freed by in- :1\ ,
1 ceotance. creasing the P-T ratio in the I _
= 178 middle and high schools from |- ,
tf the commissioner's ac 1.30 to 1-32, Temple said. The .i/I !ilA 1'" For A Down _
Or cept the donated property savings could be realized by I I 1
Kelley agreed to provide the cutting 10 teachers, he said. | :. Payment 1
commissioners with a survey Temple added the teachers IKoo.owo I
to indicate its exact dimen- would not be cu t immediately, '. -
sions.FLORIDA. but that teachers who resign |_ On Home
lectric W/Trade I during the year would not be tt oao Kl _
Model 313W- replaced.The '_
board did not respond to I This
I the plan, but will discuss it I I W..k'I
further at the special meeting '
tonight. |.

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Union Commander L eJter Describes Raiding Party:

R8, To Starhe and. Sand Hill Lake Area in 1864 I

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should have been (able) to your notice the very etiicientaid
: limited their march to we Irom
at 8 in the( they I have received
-1 at Trail Ridge have done nothing beyond the
and other
in horses D )Hodges
found Col bringing L, ,
t evening. We there scout immediate route of march. Captain
this a
Harris and his mounted in property. On A,A.A.G., Lieut Marshall N.
RrGRFStarke's fantry. He reported to me his large steam cotton gin and On the 2nd day's march Rice 35th US.C.GS und

action at the ford of New mill filled with some 20,000 Lieut. Rice A.C.S., with some A,C.S., Lieut Johnson of

River, and left about dark for pounds of cotton was burned.We ten cavalry and several scouts U,S,C.G. and AA.LbL I each of
brush witha Starke.On moved our Camp on the mounted Floridians) 'went to whom I have found very
A 4th day immediately north of visit some rebels and to bringin energetic and familiar with

Federal raiding party the next day, the 1611 Lake George, one wing of our the family of the well- the duties they discharged on

il v during the Civil handwritten War is Inst., we marched at daylight line resting on the lake, the known scout Livingston This my Staff, and the Otficcrs of

disclosed in a along the eastern border of the other on extensive morass. they successfully accomplished the Command generally.
4 1864
dated Sept. ,
report, Rail Road But we turned bj; and returned at
from Col W. R. Noble in the day and evening at all times
routes pointed out by oui During nightfall with the scout's They were
command of U.S. forces at
guides which took us severa some of the Ohio family and a splendid six mule ready and present with the
Magnolia, Fla., to his miles to the east of said Infantry and Mass. Cavalry team and several con- command lor orders they
Gen. I.P.
superior Brig. with On the 19th executed
railroad, and were met again came up us. trabands. were by them
of the
Hatch, commander nearer same than two amonehalf we completed our march, as promptly
District of Florida. ordered, and arrived at
miles. Magnolia about sun down. Had not Col. Harris I have the honor to he,

This document, the originalof We made our Camp at night preceded us on the 'same Very respectfully,
which is in the Library of and one-half miles east route, over which we passedon
full 2
at the Staff and the Ohio should have Your Obl> Serv
Florida History from Starke, at a fork of the My the 3rd day, we
University of Florida, men Sand Hill Lake, the east and mounted Infantry were of been enabled to secure a much WIt Noble

tions the destruction of west roads running to Starke, very great use in accomplishing larger amount of property and Col Comdg U.S,Forces
property at the home of Dr the purpose of the number of contrabands. flake I Magnolia I-la.

McCrae, "a bitter rebel," who The next morning we expedition. Without their aid great pleasure in bringing to

lived on Sand Hill lake (now continued our route southard .
known as Lowery Lake, in the through
road running
Camp Blanding reservation) by the Sand Hill Lake country, a

most beautiful and interesting I !LLCD'CLL' OC: I I IRarely
central business district with Following is the letter: region We encamped at nightat 17113 DO 013D013 l'
show model of updated the
Designers Mumford and Dunlap To Brig. Gen'l I,P. Hatch Shake-Rag corner,
revised traffic pattern and pedestrian walkways.Pedestrians Comdg. District "of Florida junction of the road we had promptly admitted -
were wrong
travelled with the Bellamy have we seen a ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
General: Road, person fail who has AMMIOWITWOKKS

I have the honor to report thoroughly followed our path. II Sought through pi'av 11'
StressedIn that on the 15th inst, in per- Here, having heard whilst Those who do not recover are the care Him.of God as we understood and meditation to improve inn

suance of orders and instructions making camp rumours ol people who cannot or will not conscious contact with doil .is

from you, I mar- disaster to Col. Harris completely give themselves to Made searching and we understood Him. pia.vum
4. a
ihed: at daylight with my Cavalry, and all but 50 had this simple program, usuallymen fearless moral inventory of only lor knowledge "llhs will

Plan For DowntownChanges column composed of the 35th been killed or captured, we and women who are ourselves. lor us and the power 10 carry

U.S.C.G., 34th U,S.C.T. 102nd put out a strong picket and constitutionally incapable of that out

U,S,C.G., 20 of Ohio Mounted made our camp very com- being honest with themselves. 5. Admitted to God, to
done by closing Call Street INfantry and a detachment of pact. We sent out during the There are such unfortunates. ourselves, and to another \Z (Having hail u spiiilii.il I

to stimulate the between Court St. and 301, the 3rd R.I. Artillery ((3 night several scouting parties They are not at fault; they human being the exact natureof likening as the result ol
How of pedestrian traffic in have been born that these stl'pS.l' tried lo carry
( JBiifor&l to
the area into a ). seem our wrongs
developing guns; visited the
central business One of them lo U"holies.
the Call Street of the old court- way. They are naturally Incapable this message a
plaza in front had been residence of Dr. McCrae, a ready to In-so I pun
district were presentedlast This could be accom- Preparations of grasping and 6. Were entirely and lo practice
Thursday night in a plan house. without inconvenience made to fire all the buildings bitter rebel, and gathered his developing a manner of living have God remove all these uples in till our (illansMain : ,

for the downtown area section of Call and Walnut plished the changes in it Baldwin and also large horses and stock. In the which demands rigorous defects of character. ot exilaumtli.il !,
traffic by us
to him
Mumfordand of the superstructure and after,we made a
developed by Tom Streets without interrupting piles Their chances are '
Madison honesty. 4.1111 >
and allowing order Mthioiifih
routing, and burned a \\ Jin
Dick Dunlap, Universityof the flow of auto traffic. How Street to become the main sf the roads centering there. further visit less than average. There are 7. Humbly asked Him to with It." 1 Ito> not !h"'
the of cotton 4,000
Florida graduates in land- this could be done is shown on cast-west traffic artery, Instructions were left with large amount those, too, who suffer from remove our shortcomings. discountedoone.imiwnus
scape architecture. the model which was left at Colonel of the 104th Penn. pounds emotional and mental
said maintain
the Chamber of Commerce Mumford I'ols. to apply the torch at 11 grave disorders, but many of them 8, Made a list of till persons has lieen able to

The meeting was attendedby office for viewing by the The two traffic lights now'in j'clock a.m", withdraw his On the day previous a like do recover if they have the we had harmed and became anvlhmii these like principles.tlearenotsamts'I'he1)uiul pcrleel'alhercnce .

a disappointingly small public use within one block of 301 (at picket, which had replaced amount of rebel property was capacity to be honest. willing to make amends to to is,
number of merchants who Madison St. and Call St. intersections ours, and march his commando burnt. The next morning on them all, '
said the Bellamy Road, that we are willing lo u'v
and Dunlap
Mumford Cedar Creek in pursuanceof entering
have the most to gain from ) are an Inconvenience Our stories disclose in a lines, The I
any changes designed to increase the key to revitalizing the and a traffic hazard, his instructions from your we found marks of a shod con general way what we used to 9. Made direct amends to along spuiliial havesel down
downtown shopping districtwas Head siderable force, with such peopleherec r pniuiples
the number of shop- Mumford said. Quarters.Our and ,
be like what happened, \\
the central business to increase the flow of horses, which had gone east. possible, except when to do so arc uinilos lo prngl'l'i- (
pers in pedestrian traffic by makingit "These are our ideas, and line of march was at Supposing they were a what'we are like now. If what you would iniure them or others, claim spiritual progress
more comfortable and at- we're giving them to you to first on the west side of the remnant of Col. Harris's force have decided you want rather 11).11)I ) spuiliial PIT

site tractive to walk through the work with in any way you Cedar Keys & Gulf railroad. and that others might come in, we have and are willing to go 10. Continued to take personal '"'""", MUM
"You've got a great crossed about 3 miles break until to any length to get it then inventory and when we
said area. In order to accomplishthis like, Mumford said. He sug- This we we did not camp
Mumford praising
here, and marched on all the day you are ready to take certain
Starke "a lovely little three municipal parkinglots gested breaking the plan into from Baldwin late and
He as stressed the local were designated where phases, with the first phase the easterly side thereof and very slowly and scouting on steps.At .

historical town. heritage, includingold shoppers could leave their being the one that could be at considerable distance from every side of the route for some of these we balked.

buildings such as the old cars and walk into the accomplished with least it for most of the way, until we rebel property, etc. We thought we could find an
side about
traffic crossed to the west
district. the change in
and the shopping expense- But we
courthouse jail, and easier, softer way.
Perryman home, and other feature of the How through the downtown 3pm I We here half tore miles up of A force in command of could not. With all the earnestness
A striking and
proposals will burned two a
interesting structures in the the district. "Our Lieut. Mice A.C.S. was sent at our command, we
design was to eliminate work track of that road.
downtown area which shouldbe necessity of a traffic light at give "you something to the out to break up a meeting for beg of you to be fearless and

preserved as one of the the intersection of U.S.301 and with, the designer said We reached our designated enrollment was some 18 miles thorough from the very start

town's most basic good features Call {street. ,This would be While admittedly a long- camping ground for the night back towards Gainesville,, Some of us have tried to hold
he said old ideas and the
on to our
range plan, the design is an
until let
result was nil we go
(r imaginative approach to solv-
The presentation included a absolutely.Here .

miniature model of the downtown Vi 4WQelal'btt problems ing some of of Starke the downtown, and we County Agents By ir .

area, showing a changein that interested business = are the steps we took,
the patterns to facilitate the hope will Bobby which are suggested as a
and people ;
flow of traffic in the downtownarea professional NotebookWater
l of recovery:
of the It program i
avail themselves -
by limited use of onewaystreets. Taylor d ti iy'y
The plan would makeit to go by the Chamber of : 1. We admitted we were
possible for pedestrians to The state of Delaware is Commerce office and study powerless over alcohol that

cross diagonally at the inter- named( for a governor of the models. our lives had become un

Virginia 1company The amount of water to manageable. Students
is vital for life of I 2 Bradford Hi
time varies
at one
plants, including lawngrasses apply any much water i ia 2. Came to believe that a
It is needed for seed germination with how Power greater than ourselves

plant growth. present to begin with, the could restore us to sanity. Statemeet
of the Selected For
LETTERS TO photosynthesis ( food water-holding capactiy ( Boys

U.: production), control of plant soil and drainage the idea i is 3. Made a decision to turn

temperature and tran to wet the entire root zone but our will and our lives over to '
Florida mvorsity -
THE EDITOR. of nutrients. Water not saturate the soil. Two Bradford High seniors-
sportation for week ol instruction
.. also maintains turgidity of to-be Guy Stalnaker and Rex 11
enabling them to Most of our soils are sandy Siemer have been selected by m loc.-alund stale guv'ernnienl ,
leaves hold about > inch of Anticipation in mink elections
and t local American Legion Post 5i(
withstand wear. available water in the top 6 WI3UI3ED10fJD1l11DUru as its two representatives to and sessions in the

Florida rainfall averages inches of soil. If the root zone attend the 32nd session of Florida Legislature, Uim.i\c-il hselection l> '

SENIOR('ITIZENS1'FI1SUSTIIESEWER to that effect. This GOVERNOR ASKEW over 50 inches per year with (top( 6 inches) were dry, about American Legion Boys ol Hovc-inor.. ,i
: : test should be made as soon as ACTED WISELY about half of this falling from la inch of water is required to State in Tallahassee J one 29 to cabinet and a Supreme Com t.t

possible to determine if we June through September. thoroughly wet this area. Thisis July 5.Stalnaker. will\ also In-
need the sewer or not. Editor Telegraph: the dry winter and more than 300 gallons of Instructions
Editor Telegraph: In regard to the ignorance During, lack of water may be a water for each 1,000 square By William Haas is the son of Mr, given in good cilienship.Amei .
1 The Council says the exposed in last week'sTelegraph spring Even during feel of lawn. Service Officer and Mrs. CJ. Stalnaker of 'nanism, law enforcement -
I think of the senior serious problem.
many the civil service and law
two concerning ,
referendum taken over loss of water Brooker: Siemer is the son of
citizens of Keystone Heightsare years ago is still valid, but appointment of a school rainy season, great that A general rule often used in This Is to remind you that Mr. and Mrs Otto Siemer of
finding themselves in the because of population change superintendent by means of a may be is so often this area is to apply from '4 to nine additional months are Starke. About M,(Hid( ) students>ea,I'Iv
same boat we are in. and the added cost of the pro- letter signed by Mr. Vernon E. irrigation which hold very little 1 inch of water (300-600( gallons available to some veterans attend similar programs in
ject as compared with when Olin: Soils feet) every and military service per- 544 students, who have each stale Two students Irom
We came to this area in good make watering per l.ooo square
faith, looking for a place to the first referendum was The citizens of Bradford water during the hot two weeks in winter and one or sonnel who ran out of GI Bill completed their 11th grade in each stale are selected each

retire and enjoy our waning voted on, in all fairness to the County have never voted to let essential two times per week in' sum. eligibility before receivingtheir school, and meet the qualifi- year lo attend American

after a lifetime of work- citizens of Keystone Heights, the Democratic Committee summer. mer. Of course, all soils are undergraduate college cations set by The American Legion Uo>'sation in
years new referendum should be the public schools. The economical will haveto degrees. State Inc, will Washington,D.C in July
ing. We liked what we sawa a run A practical and not the same, so you Legion Boys
small, friendly town with no put on the ballot. That is a voles were cast for the School watering program must include adjust the amount of waterto ,The nine months extensionwas

large buildings and no indus, basic democratic principle' Board members to be in three basic ideas. Each apply to your particular approved December 3,

try to pollute the air.. which the Council seems their to charge of school affairs.acted concept may be set forth as a lawn. 1974, under Public Law 93-508.
about in the Governor should
have forgotten Therefore question: (1) When for veterans and in-service
We bought a mobile home zeal to push this sewer project wisely in appointing the board.man water be applied (2)) (How Water should never be personnel, who meet certain

from a local dealer, put in an down our throats. recommended by said much water should be ap applied at a rate faster than it prerequisites.The .

accepted at that time) septic Also, the Democratic those plied'? ((3)) (How should water can be absorbed by the soil, II

system ((less than a year old), Get organized, citizens of Commute may know be applied sprinkler applies too much 'extension is available
made improvements on the considered for appointmentfrom water, it only runs-off and only to those
Join the originally
Heights. when the is
Keystone to Z, every Water
A seldom
mobile home and thought our wasted. This eligible for 36
is being
and that If
Keystone Rebels see knowledgeable citizen has stress from lack of water. have
troubles were over. happens with small sprinklers titlement. They must t.
justice is done. reasons to doubt that the There are several ways you unless the turf is very thick 01 exhausted it while enrolled in .g

Not long after we got settled Democrats of this state or can tell when grass needs the soil compacted. a Bachelor or a first u
,we heard about the sewer (Signed) nation can and will act in a water: professional degree program..

system planned for Keystone responsible manner. in the Avoid extremes in water. _
If notice
spots _
Mr, & Mrs Geo. H. Gruonei records testify to the you who have
the The are Applicants
From waterings
Heights. projectedcosts GemmellRita lawn which first turn a bluish-! Light frequent _
of this system, it will put Mr &Mrs.Eugene fact that during and since color and then turn inefficient and produce Associate Degrees' are f

the town in debt for over 40 Sara Prentice Eck Claude Kirk, Jr was governorand gray brown, water is needed, shallow root systems. Excessive eligible for the extension, but
years and is not needed as our Richard Nixon was irrigation which keeps not those who have or who are 1 v

septic systems work beauti- Homer Prentice president, all the Democratshave If footprints remain in the the root zone saturated with eligible to receive their

fully. done is fight Republicansand grass long after walked upon water is also harmful to the 'Bachelor or first professional

boast of what they could water is needed. If a soil grass. Roots need air to degree, Nor can an applicant,

The City Council says Lake do. Such response from sample is taken in the root function and too much water with an Associate Degree use
Geneva is polluted, but we Democrats has only fostered zone and it feels very dry and kills or greatly decreases root the extra time to earn a
crime, prolonged a war, and crumbles, additional water is second Associate Degree.
haven't seen or heard of anybody brought about a depression. needed. growth DeVoe Promoted to Major
who has seen a report bya -Howard H, Mott is also im. '
to water
Time is
restriction 1 that
B R EAK Another
qualified water testing Brooker, Fla. In prolonged dry of It
periods portant. During dry periods persons eligible for education IOn June 1 Cpt. S.A. DeVoe, 'officer of the ,123rd Signal
high temperatures and 'strong
may' be necessary to'water benefits under more than one son of Mr and Mrs. S.A. Batallion. ,
winds, all of the preceding during the heat of the day. law, may not receive more DeVoe of Starke, was promoted Major DeVoe has served

symptoms may be plantsmay seen. Water will cool the grass and than forty-eight months of' to the .rank of major. two tours in Vietnam llis
\pRI4 E During these periods, prevent damage. However, training plus an extension to awards include the Silver

lose water faster than it when daytime watering is not the end of the enrollment Major DeVoe graduatedfrom ,Star, Bronze Star, Accomada-

Qp mi i iq4 is absorbed and will wilt. possible, water whenever period. Nor can applicantswho the Command and Gen-. lion Medal, Air'Medal

With a little convenient. Late afternoon or hold graduate degreesuse eral Staff College on June 6 Heart Meritorious Service
can tell when experience it is time you to ,early morning watering which the extension for either and is enroute to Germany Medal, and Vietnam campaign

water Watering in this keeps the grass wet for many graduate or undergraduate ,where he ,will be executive ribbons.

Te.iN ra BOB G FERGUSON JOHN M MILLER manner is called an "as be hours detrimental.longer than Extended normal can wet study.If .

Publishers needed" program. This 'ia in the afternoon so have questionsp
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Fla under Act perhaps the most economicalway periods that the grass will dry out to the any above or any *4 Bmouvm i S ___J.1

of March 3, 1879. to water, but you must several hours before nightfallor veteran matter,contact either Early English criminals who were able to read the firstvers

Subscription rate in trade area: $6 per year: $3 50 six months.. water when needed and not at late enough in the morningso your local County Veteran *,'of Realm LI. were considered clergymen and, [reedPage ,.

Outside trade area: $7 per year ,$4,00 six months.. a later time. Delay will cause that the grass has had time Service Office., In the, courthouse with little punI lhment.,, '
Starka. Fla. permanent damage to the to dry before being Irrigated. / '
Phone 964-6305 lawn!Ii ,. t'T;, "


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I ---------- LEGALSIN := ': '
----- LEGALS----------. use the
-- ----- --------- : : ---------- 1JlJlisI'Br'WANT

THE CIRCUIT' COURT FORD manufactured/constructed
FLORIDA. In NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR name under the provisions of Petitioner and JOSEPHINE C. .
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF STARKE, FLORIDA accord with specifications and ADS m'i"
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- Any bid received after specifiedtime contract documents relative NOTICE IS TAX HEREBY DEED GIVEN aforesaid statute. CONKLING, Wife/Respondent. ..

FORD COUNTY and date will not be con thereto as prepared by Moore, that H. V. SAXON the holder of, Larry Eugene Ross, sole

sidered. May and Harrington, Architects, the following certificates has owner. NOTICE OF ACTION

CIVIL ACTION Each bid must be accompanied Inc., Palatka, Florida. Plans, filed said certificates for a tax Dated this 25th day of June,

RONALD WAYNE PARKER by certified check, cashier's specifications and contract deed to be issued thereon. The A.D. 1975 at Starke, Florida. ToJosephine: C. Conkling PERSONAL SERVICE MISCELLANEOUS
check or bid bond in amount of documents may be examined at certificate 6/26/ 4tp 7/17 WifeRespondent
Husband numbers and of
and RUTH MARIE at least 5 per cent of base bid, as Clerk's Office in Bradford years
the description of the --- 170 1/2 South Street
wife.NOTICE ---
Starke -------
bidder Courthouse
guarantee that if County ,
awarded will Florida office of artichitectat property, and the names in IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Middletown, New York,
contract, within or at
which It was assessed are as MOBILE HOME MOVING:' Also ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS.
OF SUIT- ten consecutive calendar days 108 North Palm Avenue, follows: EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 10940 The only requirement for
NO PROPERTY after written notice being givenof Palatka, Florida :32077. Certificate No: 70 FLORIDA, IN AND FOR mobile home hurricane an-
such award, enter into written One set of specifications and Year of Issuance: 1973 BRADFORD COUNTY You are notified that an action choring and mobile home roof membership is a DESIRt! Iuslop

ToRuth: Marie Parker contract with The Board of contract documents and forms Description of Property: Lots 6 for Dissolution of Marriage has coating. Olin's MOBILE drinking. Ph. 964 7959,
964 7619 9645148. 1/2
Address Unknown County Commissioners, for bidding may be secured from thru 11 of Blk 9 in Hampton Park CIVIL ACTION been filed against you and you Home Service. 964-5606, Rt. or

Bradford County, Florida, in office of architect, by depositing & lots 8,9.10,11 of Blk 16 in Case No 75.182 are required to serve a copy of 100W. Starke, Fla. tfchg.BILL'S 13 TP626'FREE
accord with therewith $10.00. will be
accepted bid. Deposit
Hampton Park, Sec: 32. T-7-S. written defenses, if to
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat your any ...
No bidder may withdraw his refunded upon submission of R22E. ------ ---- -
an action for Dissolution of bid for period of 30 days after bona fide bid and return of said Name in which assessed AI C. In re: The Matter of the JAMES H. HARRISON, At- : One Ice Cream Scoop
Marriage has been filed againstyou date set for opening thereof.All specifications and contract Grill : Adoption of TIMOTHY SHANE torney for Husband/Petitioner, SAW SHOP: Complete with each Oil ft Oil Filter

Ruth Marie Parker and you work shall be done in accord documents, in good condition, All of said property being In the GREENE whose address is 3500 S.W. I sharpening service, circular; Change thru July. Faulkner'sGulf

are required to serve a copy of with specifications and contract within ten days after date set for County of Bradford, State of Second Avenue, Gainesville, hand, carbide, chain. Mower Service Hwy. ,100

your written defenses, if to documents relative thereto as opening of bids. If bidders desire Florida. NOTICE SUIT Florida 32607, on or before 25 blades hollow ground and 473-4279, 5/15
it, on the plaintiff's attorney prepared by Moore, May and more than one set of Unless such certificate or NO PROPERTY July, 1975, and file the original balanced. Call 964-7509 or .
whose name and address Harrington, Architects, Inc., specifications and forms, these certificates shall be redeemed with the Clerk of this Court leave at Jackson Building 11tchg 7124
is Palatka, Florida. Plans, may be obtained by paying cost Starke -- -- - -
to law the either before service on Petitioner's Supply, or Keystone
Hon. George H. Pierce, P. O. according property ToGlenn: Kevin Vara
specifications and contract of duplication, which will not be in such certificate
Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, documents may be examined at refundable. certificates will be sold to the or 2049 Cherry Lane attorney or immediately ,tfchg.CARPENTRY ... Reduce safe and fast with
and file the original with the Clerk's Office in Bradford Bidders' qualifications must be highest bidder at the court Chesapeake, Virginia thereafter; otherwise a default y M Go Bess Tablets & E-Vap

clerk of the above styled courton County Courthouse, Starke, satisfactory to The Board of house door on the 15th day of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat will be entered against you for AND HOME "water-pills" Andrews

or before July 7, 1975; other- Florida or at office of architect at County Commissioners, July, 1975. an action for Adoption has the relief demanded in the REPAIR: Remodeling and Pharmacy 356 W. Madison,

wise a judgment may be entered 108 North Palm Avenue, Bradford County, Florida. Dated this 11th day of June, been filed against you Glenn Petition. restoration. Reasonable Starke. 6/12 5tp 7/10.
Palatka, Florida :32077. Owner reserves right to waive 1975. WITNESS my hand and seal ..
against you for the relief '. Kevin Vara and you are requiredto prices, free estimates. Call - - -
One set of informalities in bid and
specifications and to
any of this Court on 24 June, 1975.
demanded in the. complaint or serve a copy of your written David Hubbard at 964-5129.
contract documents and forms accept any bid they consider to Gilbert S. Brown
,petition. for bidding may be secured from be from lowest responsible By: Beulah M. Moody defenses, if any to it, on the 1tp LOSE WEIGHT: Fight fat with

WITNESS my hand and the I office or architect, by depositing bidder and to reject.any and all Clerk of Circuit Court of plaintiff's attorney, whose name Gilbert S. Brown --------- -- proven Kelcithin B capsules.

seal of saidCourt, on June 3,, therewith $10.00. Deposit will be bids. Bradford County, Florida. and address George H. Pierce, Clerk of the Circuit Court DAY Andrews Drug, Keystone
.1975.: refunded < Upon submission of 6/194t 7/10 Esq., Pierce & Hardy, P.A., P.O. By: Donna M. BransonAs CARE for your child. Heights. 6/5 5tp 7/3

bona fide bid and return of said THE BOARD OF COUNTY Drawer 1QTO, Starke, Florida, Deputy Clerk Reasonable rates, fenced - - -- -
specifications and contract COMMISSIONERS, BRAD- -------------- 6/26 4tp 7/17 yard, hot meal. Ages 2 up.
Gilbert S. BrownAs 32091, ano'tile the original with
documents, in good condition, FORD COUNTY, FLORIDABY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 9648464. 6/19 2tp 6/26 TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a
Clerk of ---
said of above ---
Court the clerk the styled --
within ten days after date D. L. "Dave" SHUFORD week dozer
for ,
set : ----- --- work and
By: Beulah M. Moody opening of bids. If bidders desire Chairman CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR court on or before July 22, 1975; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT dragline
work. Call
f As Deputy Clerk more then one set of 6/19 2tchg. 6/26 BRADFORD COUNTY. otherwise a judgment may be EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF WORK WANTED: Carpentry all Star Rt. 468-1873,
6/54t6/26 + PROBATE NO. 75-163 ((1- for the relief FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- Hampton, STEPHEN
specifications and forms, these entered against you work new and old.
------------- Roofing, SMITH LANDFILL
.-------------- may be obtained by paying cost 2315)). demanded in the complaint or FORD COUNTY repairing, additions. No job -- -- tfchg.
of duplication, which will not be NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR petition. too small. Phone 964-5028 - -

FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME satisfactory Bidders' qualifications to The Board must be of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, a/k/a, RUTH K. CARLISLE, seal of said Court on June 19, Case No. 75-183 - - -- HOUSE OF VACUUMS

County Commissioners that T.W. TATUM the holder of Deceased. 1975. : Would like to have
the following certificates has In re: The Matter of the Many brands of new vacuums.
Pursuant Bradford County, Florida. private duty nursing at private
to 865.09 NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Gilbert S. BrownAs Adoption of TAMMY DENISE Used machines available.
Owner reserves right to waive filed said certificates for a tax home. For information
Florida Statutes call
notice is here- informalities in any bid and to deed to be issued thereon. The creditors of the Estate of Clerk of said Court PADGETT .Expert Repairs all makes.

by given that the undersigned accept any bid they consider to certificate numbers and years of RUTH MELIN CARLISLE, also By: Beulah M. MoodyAs 964-7984.1tp-- Parts and Accessories for all
Evelyn V. Powell, P.O. Box 260, known as RUTH K. CARLISLE -
be from lowest
responsible Clerk NOTICE OF SUIT
Deputy Built in central
of the vacuums.
issuance the description
Hampton Bradford deceased, are hereby notified
County, bidder and to and all COWART'S REFRIGERATION
reject any 6/26/ 4t 7/17 NO PROPERTYTo ,
Florida doing business under bids. property, and the names in and required to file any claims or Air conditioning and vacuum cleaning systems. 712
the firm name of "LEISURE which it was assessed are as demands which they may have -------.--- --.------ Appliance N. Main Gainesville 3767110.
against said Estate in the Officeof IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF : All Interested Parties Service. Phone 964-
follows TFr
6/19 2tp 6/26
260, Hampton, Bradford COMMISSIONERS, BRADFORD Certificate No.: 6 the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat _
Bradford County, Florida, in CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- an action for adoption has - -- - T -
County, Florida, 32044, intendsto COUNTY, FLORIDABY Year of Issuance: 1973 ,
register said fictitious name : D. L. "DAVE" Description of Property: Lot the Court House at Starke, FORD COUNTY. been filed against you and you
Florida within six ((6)) calendar
under the provisions of aforesaid SHUFORD, Chairman6192tchg626 22 in Woodlawn, Sec. 17, T-5-S, months, from the date of the first are required to serve a copy of FOR SALE FOR SALE )
/ CASE NO.74-302 written defenses, if to
statute. R22E. publication of this notice. Each your any 3 Br. Block House

Evelyn V. Powell, sole owner. -------------- Name in which assessed: claim or demand must be in it, on the plaintiff's attorney, 1 B, Large Den, Dishwasher
Dated this 5th day of June, Madeline Edwards. writing and must state the placeof SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE whose name and address is a Relrig.

A.D. 1975 at Starke, Florida. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, All of said property being in residence and post office COMPANY OF GEORGIA, aninsuiance GEORGE H. PIERCE, Esquire, Owner 2 Years Old :

6/5 4tp 6/26 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF the County of Bradford, State of address! of the claimant and corporation Plaintiff, Attorney at Law, P.O. Drawer, By FOR SALE: 300 Ib. crystal tip

-------------- FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BRADFORD Florida. must be swan to be the 1030, Starke Florida :32091, and Doug Nichols' cube ice machine, good order

NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S COUNTY. Unless such certificate or claimant, his agent or his attorney -vs file the original with the clerk of 964-8158 1t $300 cash. Smith Shell
or it will become void the above Station, Lawtey, Fla. 6/26 4tl-
SALE certificates shall be rendered styled court on or

CIVIL ACTION according to law the property according to law. SARANELL M. TRAVIS, Indivi- before July 22, 1975; otherwisea 7/17 .
-- -- -- -
Notice is hereby given that I, Case No.74-103 described in such certificate or EUGENE F. SHAW dually, SARANELL M. TRAVIS, judgment may be entered

Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE certificates will be sold to the P.O. BOX 1086 Executrix of the Estate of L Edd against you for the relief VACATION TIPWill FOR SALE Purebreed Walker

Bradford County, Florida, under highest bidder at the cqurt STARKE, FLORIDA Travis, deceased, R.V. demanded in the complaint or puppies. 6 wks. Wormed and

and by virtue of Writ of execu- house door on the 8th day of Attorney for Executrix DURRANCE, d/b/a Durrance petition. your vacation go to weaned. $50 ea. 964 6127,

tion, to-wit: SHELLIE H. GERLE a/k/a/ July, 1975. Pump and Supply, GEM ALU- WITNESS my hand and the the dogs? 1tp.

SHELLIE A. HALL, Plaintiff, vs.: Dated this 5th day of June, AUDREY RUTH CARLISLE ,MINUM PRODUCTS, INC., a seal of said Court on June 19, Your vacation can be a lot - - -

Execution issued'out of County JOE MORRIS NAPIER, et al., 1975. Executrix of the Estateof corporation STARKE 1975. less enjoyable if your dog
Court of Columbia County, Defendant. BUILDERS SUPPLIES, INC.'a goes heat. :

Florida, pursuant to a Final Gilbert S. Brown a/k/a Deceased./ RUTH. K. CARLISLE corporation, ANCHOR EQUIP- Gilbert S. Brown Fortunately you can pre Stop A/C $50. 4681659. 1tp

Judgment for .Southern Discount NOTICE OF SUITtPROPERTY By: Beulah M. Moody 6/194t7/10 MENT COMPANY, INC., a cor- As Clerk of said Court vent those dog days with a - - -

Co. of Lake City,. Florida, -. Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- -------------- .e' potation, D.W. HODGES, JR., By: Beulah M. Moody FOR SALE: ,15 fu fiberglass,

'!nd -agair David..and Evelyn-.-r- '::t(:: ...sw _lH 1.-0.inf. t fqrd Countv,.l'1orida, 1'I''' .NOTICE'OF' APPLICATION .''d/b/a Starke Paint Center, As Deputy Clerk semi-V fishing boat end heavy

'Jodd, defendants in the ToDefendants: *" Joe MorrisNapier 6/124tchg7/3 .? FOR TAX DEED DENNY CONCRETE PRO- 6126 4t 7/17 duty Gator trailer. Both in

amount of $453.15 together with- ,- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, DUCTS, a division of Florida -------------- excellent condition $350. H.F.
of collection. et al, and to all others --------------
costs that EUGENE F. SHAW the Rock Industries, Inc., a corporation 1 Wiggins, Jr. 964-8592 after 6
whom it may concern: NOTICE holder of the following certificates JACKSON BUILDING .....c-!..;; p.m. Itp

Have seized and have in my possession .. As'of' this date, Robert L. has filed said certificatesfor SUPPLY, INC., a corporation, - - -
the following described YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Aubrey, Jr., will no longer be a tax deed to be issued TRI-STATE GLASS, INC., a Jtb
an action to foreclose the thereon. The certificate numbersand 0 FOR SALE: Poodle; color
personal property to-wit: responsible for debts incurredby foreign corporation, and
years of issuance, the PRINTINGStationery apricot real friendly. Also
following property in Bradford
description of: the and 1963 Chev. Conv. Re-built
.County Florida=
1972 F-100 Ford Pick-Up Truck, PRODUCTS INC. a
the in which it corpor-
names was
Green, ID No. F10YNPB2126. Lot 1 and the Southerly 25 6:26: assessed ara as follows: ation, Defendants. e%,td@. tN 7 new heat control pill developed engine. Call 9648983. 1tp
Title No. 5066477.As feet of Lot 2, Block 3, Temple'sAddition Certificate No. 10 especially for dogs.It - -- -
to the Town of Starke, Year of Issuance: 1973 NOTICE OF SALE FOR SALE: 2 bedroom frame

the property of the above Florida, in the NW% of NEK of NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Description of Property: Lots 9, NOTICE is hereby given that, can make dog house, excellent location.
Section 28, Township 6 South, TAX DEED 16 Otts SID Sec 24 T-5-S R- your
: ,
named defendant and that on the Partial Final $9.500 firm. 964 5691. lip
pursuant to fun to take vacation
Range 22 East, SAVE AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, more on ,
Monday, the 30th day of June, 2-E -- -
Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure and less trouble to leave be-
EXCEPTING THEREFROM any that T.W. TATUM the holder of Name in which assessed:
1975 at twelve o'dock Noon on portion thereof lying within the the following certificates has EMMA IRVINAll entered in Case No. 74-302, hind. It's convenient, palatable PORCH SALE: at 631 Lafayette

said Bradford day on County the premises Jail, I will of offer the right of way of the Seaboard Air filed, said certificates for a tax of said property being in the in the Circuit Court of Bradford and easily administered Street Tuesday thru Saturday.

for salo and sell to the highest Line ,Railroad. deed to be issued thereon. The County of Bradford, State of County, Florida dated June 20, either intact or crushed and 1tp

bidder for cash in hand, the certificate numbers and years of Florida. 1975, I will sell the following mixed with dog food. -
has been filed and

above described property' of said you are required against to serve you a copy issuance the description of the certificates Unless such shall certificate be redeemed or property County, Florida situate, described in Bradford as: ........", These FOR SALE: Used well rig. 964-
and the in pills have been test
defendant to satisfy the aforesaid of defenses if property, names
your written any 7652 or 964 8261 after 5.
according to law the property A parcel of land containing 1tp
which it assessed are as ed thoroughly in clinical
Execution. to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, research -
described in such certificate -- -- -
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or .447 acres lying in the NW/ of
whose name and address is follows:: certificates will be on thousands of dogsof

Dolph E. Reddish, Sehriff George H. Pierce, Pierce ft Certificate No. 67.' highest bidder at sold the to court the SE4'! of Section 21, Township 6 Just for You various ages, weights and YARD SALE: 612 Epperson St.,
P.A. P.O. Drawer 1030 'Year ,1973. :South:; Range 22 East in Starke, breeds and shown be both Thursday &
Bradford County, Florida Hardy, of Issuance: house door on the 15th day of to Friday 10 til 5.
6/5 4tchg 6/26 Starke, Florida, 32091, and file Description of Property: 1 Lot July. 1975. Bradford County, Florida, said safe and effective. Dinette table, 4 chairs $10.

-------------- the original with the clerk of the 106 ft. E & W by 00 ft. N & Sin Dated this 11th day of June, parcel being more particularly THEOFFICE Ping pong table, small gas
above styled court on or before the NE Cor. of LotBSIDof N V4 1975. described as follows: Only available through heater, electric heater, kitchen

NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR July 1, 1975; otherwise a judg- of NE'/. of NW'.. Sec: 29, T-7- Commence at the intersectionof your veterinarian it's made items, clothes and shoes. 1tp
ment be entered againstyou Gilbert S. Brown Clerk the Southerly boundary of by the Animal Health Division -
TAX DEED may S, R-22-E. - - -
Br: Beulah Moody said NW'/4 of SE Y. and the of Schering Corporationand
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, for the relief demanded in Name in which assessed: F Er
Clerk of Circuit Court of Easterly boundary of the right- called Ovaban.It FOR SALE: Okra, you pick. Jeff
the complaint or petition.
of A.M. Lodge SHOP
TATUM the holder
T.W. Bradford
that Florida
certificates has WITNESS my hand and the All of said property being in 6/194t 710NOTICEOF County, of-way of State Road 200 (U.S. Baker, State Road :325, 468-
the following will enable your dog to
seal of said Court June 2 of 301)) and run North 17 25' 40"East 1797. 1tp
on the of Bradford State
filed said certificates for a tax 1975. County -------------- along said Easterly boundary 135 W. Call St.Phone 964-6305 take a vacation from i heat, -- .... -- - -
deed be issued thereon. The Florida APPLICATIONFOR take
to and so allow you to a
certificate numbers and years of Unless' such"'' certificate or TAX DEED 134.42 feet to an iron stake Starke better vacation. FOR SALE: Corona typewriter,

issuance, the description of the Gilbert S. Brown certificates shall be redeemed NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN for point of beginning. From vacuum cleaner Kenmore

property, and the names in As Clerk of said Court according' law' the property that T.W. TATUM the holder of point of beginning thus -. 'movie camera ft equipment,

which it was assessed are as By: Donna M. BransonAs described in such certificate or the following certificates has described continue North 17 14 ft. tri-hull boat w/65 horse

;follows Deputy Clerk. certificates will be sold to the filed said certificates for a tax 25' 40" East along said Easterly Mercury & trailer. 9 inch table

Certificate: No: 50 6/5 4t 6/26 highest bidder, at"the court deed certificate to be numbers issued thereon.and The of boundary 200 feet to an iron SPRINTINGFor saw Craftsman, new, 1 HP

Year of Issuance: 1973. house door orv. the.8th. day of issuance the years of the stake located on the Southerly router, cherry student desk,
Description of Property: Com.. July, 1975, property! ,and '/the names in boundary of the right-of-way of round maple table, one leaf.

uin; SE Cor.. of NE'A of SE'/4 of I James Daniel Ricks will not be* 1 Dated. 'this 4thday 'of June which it ,was assessed ,are as a1 D.O.T. drainage easement;; Antique rocker ft chairs. 473-

t tNk: y.,' Run W 200' for POB. N responsible for any bills made by 1975.1""; ':- --1'. ; :'f follows: '. ;r thence South 72 2ff 20' East & 2336. 1tp .
besides myself. 6/19 4tp T: 'T .:Certificate:: No 50 along last aforesaid Southerly -
,TOO*, W 77.5', S 100', E 77.5V to anyone "' j.l : ---- -'- ----
7/10 V.VH Gilbert S.'Brown :., \: Year of Issuance: 1973 boundary .350 feet town' iron '
I J.POB. >' '1 Description, of Property: Com'. stake thence South 17 25' 40" FOR SALE: 1 acre land, cleared,
eulah .Mn Moody; ;
assessed -- -----""-"*--- By:,, ,
( Name in which : Clerk of Circuit Court of, Bradfad at SE Cor. of NE'/oof SE'of'! West and parallel with said Edwards Loop. Equity and

'Union Victor. ADVERTISEMENT County, Florida.: NE ti,' Run W 200' for POB. N Easterly boundary 150 feet to an assume mortgage. 9646888.Itp .
All of said property being in INVITATION TO BID 100', W 77.5', S 100", E77.5' to 72 20'
6/12 4tchg 7/3 iron stake thence North
the of Bradford State of POB. ,;
County bids will be received by ? - -- ----
Sealed ------ -- 1 20" West and parallel with last 112
Florida. Com- APPLICATION Name in which assesed: Union ,
The Board of County NOTiCE OF
Victor. aforesaid Southerly boundary FOR SALE: 8x4 pool table, good
such certificate or
Unless missioners, Bradford CountY FORTAXDEED
GIVEN- All of said property being in the 139.35 feet to an iron stake; condition $100. Call 964-5347.
redeemed the Commission HEREBY
certificates shall be Florida, at NOTICE IS .
"' '
according to law the property Meeting Room, Bradford that HARRINGTON CHANDLERthe County of Bradford, State of thence South 17 51' 25" West 1tp ..
Florida 50 feet to an iron stake,' thence -- --- - -
Starke of
County Courthouse, holder the following
described In such certificate or
the Florida, up to 10:00: a.m. E.D.T.on certificates has filed said certificates Unless such certificate or North 72P 20' 20" West and That
certificates will be sold to Lake lot
certificates shall 'FOR SALE front
be redeemed on
7 July 1975 at which time and for a tax.deed to be parallel with last aforesaid
highest bidder at the court place all bids received will be issued thereon. The certificate according to law the property Southerly boundary 210.31 feet \\\1\ Grandin Lake. Located on

house door on the 8th day' of publicly opened and read aloud numbers and years of issuance, described In such certificate or to point of beginning.Also Grandin Lake Estates 80 ft. on
certificates will
be sold the
July 1975. to lot cleared. $1500 down
for furnishing: the description of the property, known as 8 Days Inn, SpecialOccasion water
Dated this 4th day of June, ONE ((1)) NEW CAB ft and the names in which it was highest bidder at the court owner finance remainder of
North Starke
house door on the 8th 'day of Temple Avenue, ,
AND/OR ONE ((1)) follows .
1975. CHASSIS assessed are as : bal. at 816 percent. Call 305-
NEW TILT-FRAME, ROLL- Certificate No. 43 July, 1975. Florida.
724! -9579. 6/19 2tp 6/26
Dated this 4th day of June,
filbert S. Brown, OFF HOIST FOR Year of Issuance
1975. -- -- --
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Description of Property: LOT 3 at public sale to the highest '
Beulah M. Moody
Court of Brad- BRADFORD of Blk 31 in L.T. ft COS SID Gilbert bidder for cash, on Thursday FOR SALE: Couch, matchinglove
Clerk of Circuit S. Brown
FLORIDA STARKE, 28-T-6-S R 22-E seat 2 end tables, coffee
Sec 11:00
COUNTY, : July 3, 1975, between :
ford County, Florida FLORIDA Name in which assessed: K. -P. by Clerk: Beulah of M.Circuit Moody Court of A.M. and 2:00: P.M. at the east You want it to be a perfect' table, $350. Compact washer

6/12 4tchg 7/3 Any bid received after specifiedtime LODGEAll Bradford door of the Bradford County ? Set the $75.
County wedding fromthe 782.3752.Y1tpFOR
-------------- and date will not be con- of said property being in the Courthouse. -. -
nidered. County of Bradford State of start with invitations
Each bid must be accompaniedcheck Florida.. --NOTICE OF INTENTION-- '" an- SALE: BEAUTIFUL COLO-
be TO received by check cashier's Unless such certificate or TO REGISTER Gilbert S. Brown nouncements and stationery. Comesee RADO: I 5 acres $2.750 cash
Sealed bids will
or bid bond in amount of certificates shall be redeemed As Clerk of said Court

the Board of Bradford County County Commissioners ,- al least 5 per cent of base bid, as according to law the property FICTITIOUS NAME By: Beulah M. Moody our tasteful selection and con- 6 price% ",Interest.$25 down, $25 Surveyed monthly,,

guarantee that bidder, if described in such certificate or Deputy Clerk
Florida, at the Commission awarded contract, will, withinten certificates will be sold to the Pursuant to Section 864.09 It' 6/26 sult with our experts. acessible to highway...Recreational -

Meeting Room, Bradford consecutive, calendar rtiw highest bidder,, at the court Florida Statutes, notice is here- high mountain valley

County Courthouse,E,Starke D.T. on, after written notice being given house door on the 15th day of by given'that the-.undersigned i IN 'THE CIRCUIT i'OFFLORIDA IVa'r, Wadding Specialists OWNER" !m-37.6.J690.! Itp
Florida, up to 10 a.m. Into written ... :
7 1975 which time and Of sues award enter July, 1975. Larry Eugene Ross, 2410 N.E. EIGHTH JUDICIAL -- - -
place July all bids received will be contract with Commissioner The Board of Dated,this'tlth day. bf June, 12th Street; Gainesville, Florida CIRCUIT, ,IN AND FOR. FOR .SALE: AUCTION:', Restaurant -
publicly opened and read aloud County Florida 975, ? .f :.f' 32601 doing business under the BRADFORD COUNTY Bradford County Household & misc.
Bradford County, / uln; ,.' 'sa41' ya a, '* i ., "
'for furnishing: Accord with accepted bid. Gilbert S. Brown,' UerK firm'' name -"AUTOMOTIVE L; items Sat. June 28.-. 1 p.m.,

FIVE ((5)) COMPACTORS, SIX, No bidder may withdraw hi* bid By: Beulah( M- Moody .pARTS CENTER": 102 E. .'tdc CASE NO. 75-155 1 1IN 301. Sw at Starke city limits.,
ONE ((1)) L "
((6 ROLL-OFF AND FOR for period of 30 diva after date Clerk of Circuit Court ,off\\ Brownl.'Street?, Starke. TELEGRAPH. See signs. See-display adiea,

OPEN-TOP CONTAINERS COUNTY net for opening thereof.All .-- Bradford County, Florida Bradford County Florida 32091, RE: The Marriage of ALBERTE. another page; Itp .

THE COMMISSIONERS! BOARD OF BRAD- equipment. .. shall << be" _W194t.. ].,l.'10.rt". ", Intends to register,, said fictitious ." CONKLING' .., Husband/ -- --
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r FOR SAlE stone Heights area 3 BR 1V4 J.Thomas.;Rea Ifor'
baths with family room on 621 N.Walnut St. Well Drilling SportsMORE

small lake. Central H/A, all Tel. 964.6162 AUTO, FIRE BOA! BOAT FOR
new built in kitchen.
GARAGE SALE: 27th 28th, 301 Extra lot with mobile home. 2 bedroom frame dwelling, liv.
Lawtey beside Shell Station, 8 FOR RENT: Housekeeping apt. Available for income property. J rm., kitch.,din. Er Fla. Rm., very Fast Rotary AGENCYLOW STARKE PH 964-5791
Weekly, furnished. Un-
a.m. till 8 p.m. Carpets TV, Purchase together or clean and nice, 1 acre land., out LOW MOBILE HOME
washer, 10 speed bike, family derwood Motel, Highway 301 separately. Cell 282.4649 cerwllletjar\ of city, price $13,680.00. Drilling Equipment INSURANCE CHG COMPLETE OUTBOARD ft
north of Starke. 6/19 7/3
clothing, 3tp 269.2001 4732786. lip STERN DRIVE SERVICE
baby things& more. - State Licensed
-- -------- --- -- - -
Itp ------------ High and dry lots suitable for AND REPAIR
FOR RENT: Store Wdg. with fix FOR SALE: File boxes, guidesand
-------- -- conventional and/or mobile COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
tures. Brownlee & St. Oair FOR SALE: 1973 24x52. 3 BR, I Pumps I INew. cards. Everything you
homes. Some with fronton
FOR SALE:: 283 completely 1 1J4 bath water REPAIR
engine Street. 5332895. 6/26 4tp mobile home;central beautiful Lake. need for fixing a filing system.All .
rebuilt 200 plus in 7/17 heat & air. Low equity, take for sale at The Office CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS -

stallation. 964-8100. Itchg. ------------ up payments. 9646418. Itp As of June 20, 1975, we have a 10,20, 40-& -LARGER- -ACREAGE ..& UsedSalesPartsServlce Shop. FISHING BOATS
------------ --
FOR RENT: Furnished one bedroom --------- new federal law aimed at more TRACTS. Financing available on .

FOR SALE: Registered Quarter apartment with AC $60 effective advance settlement some.. -

horse mare. Excellent price to a month. 9647767., lip charges disclosure. The Act is - :E-Z, TermsPlumbing' Olin's Subdivision
right home. Can Sue at 282- aimed primarily at a more effective -
------------ REAL Offices and/or business or storage
1506. tfchg. FOR RENT: 2 BR Mobile Home, advance charges disclosure and reduction of settlement of spaces for rent on Call St. r I
------------ I
furnished &air. Locatedon
water excessive costs by limiting the I I
MOVING: FURNITURE FOR SR-235. Call 964-5630 after I 1'i I I I1l
amount of escrows and eliminating
SALE. Phone 473-2281, Silver 6 p.m. 1tp kickbacks and referral New Installation? /
Lake, m .
Keystone Heights. ------------ fees. I I Is

ltchg---- FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile - 10 ACRES, Remodeling. flln"lerl I, tail atm, s
---- homes outside city limits. J.B. / C.J ..rsol'1.- BUY NOW WAITING COSTS Repairs ?oat
10 Minutes
FOR White. Ph. 9646114. YOU MONEYI!
SALE Small tfchg.
: utility
camper. REAL ESTATE $ Per Mo. Water &
Sleeps 6 with extra room. ------------ 12 Acre Lots I For Rent I 25
175. 964-7942. Itchg. FOR RENT: Olin's Subdivision _*"f_!:,,,r.v Ltwrzr*LA' One of the best built homes in Keystone Heights I Durranc.f Sewage Furnished

----- 1/2 lots 25.00 Starke' 803 W. Colley Road Mark Olin 964-5606 100 W.
------- acre per Furnished 2 BR frame home with hall sl,750 I Per Acre Call Hwy ,?,
month. Water & enormous entrance living
FOR SALE: $6.98 LP records chain link fence, aluminum awnings
furnished. For information call room with fireplace, dining $159" Per Mo. Pump & Supply
$4.98 $5.98, LP for $3.98 atDahmer's Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile & carport-$9,600. room, sun room, kitchen with

Discount. 2/27 Homes Sales, Hwy 100 W., - dining area, three spacious bed- No Low Land Company
3 BR 1J4 bath
26tchg 8/25 double wide MH
rooms, two full baths, closets
--- _,....------- Starke. 964-5606. tfchg. on 1 acre. Spring Lake access BULK
-t galore, utility room, tool room,
------- ---- $13,650. .* 864 N. Temple Ave.
: INC.
garage with half bath, heat &
FOR SALE: Rod and reel repair FOR RENT: Summer rental
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air, large lot fenced back yard, Registered Broker
and Lake, air
shop inventory equipt cottages on Kingsley 2-story 5 BR 2 Bath frame homeon
pecan trees, assorted other trees 1.37H.2IOH.nytlme:
$10,000. Shop conditioned. Ph. 5332366after
only space
1 acre in Lawtey area and flowers. You have Evenings: Call:
lease available. Slim's Fish 6 p.m. tfchg. $20,000. to see to 9647061 II

and Stuff, Keystone Heights. ----------- - appreciate.Little Artl'atray17320M!
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4734357. tfchg. FOR RENT: Mobile Home 60 acre farm with livable house. Lake Santa Fe Undeveloped '
-------- ; SONS
---- &
Spaces. We can accommodate Appx. 250 cords of standing lot with 75' on water ... Long Champ

FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.9Q.!! any size home. pine. Financing available approx. 400' deep ... beautiful

9x12 Linoleum $8.98. Also BRADFORD PARK at BRAD- 53500. trees ... great fishing ... remote 33 ACRES 1 Home and
L. P. Gas Service
12x12 and 12x15 in stock. - ... owner will finance reliable Joins City Limits. $675 per acre.
Hundreds to choose from at FORD MOTEL. 9645988. 62.7 acres on SR-18 reduced to party. Call owner 533-2208 after 5 p.m. Building Materials j
Dahmers 5/15 10tchg 7/17 $45,771 for quick sale. All Sat :
Discount tfchg. - day & Sun. -WE BUILD Cooking Heating Hot WaterFor
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------------ Lots of space in and out 514
Call us for all your real estate Weldon Street. Approx. 1800 Call Bill Powell, Broker YOUR PLANS OR OURS
FOR SALE knives
: Case pocket
needs. square feet with 3 BR, 2B kit 9646464Sat Bulk or Cylinder
now at Oahmers Dscount. YOUR LOT OR OURS'
tfchg. I AUTOMOBILESUSED m' UWTfY Ft,. chen, family room, living room,
2 380 6 dining room, a huge game room &Sun. FREE ESTIMATES :
W -
I .__..-J-J.! .;: with fireplace (near completion), Call 533-2208 Call 1823668b
FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts patio, grill, extra large utility REMODELING REPAIRS

and supplies. OUN'S MOBILE building, pecan trees, etc. ADDITIONS
FOR SALE: 1967 Chevy Impala 1
Hwy. - $675 Per Acre
S.S. in good condition. $500or HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
W. Starke, 964-5606 tfchg. i ? Build dream house
your own on 39 Acres 2600 ft. Hiway
------------ best offer. 782-3752. Itp MULTIPLELISTINGS lovely lot on Bessent Road ... Frontage. 1300 ft. grade road. TRADED
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FOR SALE: Good used color excellent neighborhood. Part In good timber. Call owner, [ ACREAGE FOR SALE ;;
FOR SALE: 1970 Camaro, blue - 533.2208 after .5 All
end black &white TV, stoves, : ; p.m., 964853.HWY. '
:IO'1J' refrigerators, furniture & air good shape clean "1.200 or ...--.... We have acreage .aAha;right Sat,, ErSun.;_ < r j- U.S..3.01"...,,_
':".... take up payments., .9646777.Itp" Starke 2 old homes. ,..V acre price ... some inside the city 301 S STARKE TF'
conditions. BARGAIN CENTER $7,000' limits ... some adjoining city Call Bill Powell, Broker ,

U.S. 301 South. tfchg. ------------ Hampton e7 dRl Qlh terms, limits ... some near Brooker. 9646464 II
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FOR SALE: 1964 Falcon $200. $9.750
LECITHIN! Call 9645450. Be a landlord! Three apartment Sat &Sun
Vinegarl! B6I Kept Itchg. We Are Now
Now all four in one capsule, -- .-.-_ _____ Starke 4 BR on 2 lots, $10,500 houses are for sale with all Ca11533-2208. AcceptingApplications

ask for VB6Plus. Mitchell's Crosby Lake 2 BR $12,200 apartments rented... Live in one
: Chevy Impala,
apartment ... rent the others.
Drugs. 6/19 3tp. 7/3 283 engine, mags, good tires, Theresa 3 BR, 2 lots, $22,000 .... For
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good condition. Call 964-7511, Lawtey 3 BR brick, $34,000 3.34 acres on Road 230 (out $ SAVES"FRED
FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand Mon. thru Fri. 9 til 5. lip toward the Country Clubl) with
IIIHI$55.22 hand guns$24.95, ------------ Starke 3FOrick,035,000>
489' of road frontage, 482' DAVIS
2b! automatic from
guns Keystone 3 BR brick, $46,000 across back, 300' on each side UriBlUUJLSI.inl
$4995. Dahmers Discount.
Tire ... owner will sell one acre or all GMC TRUCKS
tfchg Sale Peetsville BR, 4 acres,$6,500 and will finance. BUICK PONTIAC"A
Graham 30 farm LITTLE RIDE CAN
acre $75,000 - -

HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of 4 Ply Polyester Hampton 40 acre farm, Buy one acre or fifty on Hwy. SAVE YOU A LOT" TF Machine Operators

arts and crafts. Also guar Nor 15', $140,000 100... Also great building lots at GREEN COVE SPRINGS*'

anteed stereo repair. 118 Lake Hampton Oaks on Hwy.
F-7's $28.26 Hampton Lake 1 Vt acres, 301.
Court. Ph. 964-7329.
tfchg. G-71's S29.1 $9,200 BRASINGTONmu.roi.nsMoBii.K
- Side Seamers
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H-7's S30.98GLASS Lawtey 2.75 acres, US-301, Just 26 miles from Starke ... Silver C',\ :" Hemmers
SAM-ISA. .: sKHH'l: -:
.FOR'SALE Diamond needles for $9,500 Lake Estates, Interlachen.
tiny stereo, over 247 differentones BELTED RADIAL, 70' on clear water by 150' deep lin..>,..!<.tiun.. or I'..r'd(! ('111'" Pocket Setters Bar Tacker
we have them all. Dan Lawtey 4.4 acres, US-301, ... Furnished, concrete block, '1'111..11.. Cnlillav'lni( ; l

ger's DIscount. tfchg. STEELBELTEDRADIALS $9,500 air, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, kitchen- :: IIIII vu. ruii; :i7K.viiii ; :;

- -- ---- Starke 7 acres, US-301, $8,200 dining area, living room with Ci.\I\I'S\i : ; II.I.H: II Setters TrimmersApply

fireplace ... $22,5501 Zipper
FOR SALE: Do it yourself 12 by GR-7's $45.37 Lawtey 8 acres, SR-225,
12 inch tde.-with stick on back HR-71'i $48.20 $10,000 - -

now at Dahmer's Discount. JR 71's Cecelia T, Terwillegar
$49.4f SR-18 south 10 acres,. $12,500
2/27 26tchg 8/25 Reg. Real Estate Broker AVON RESCUE

---------.,. GLASS BELTED Lawtey 10 acres SR-225, 206W. Madison Ave. In Person Only
AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: POLYESTER 4+2 FAITOR'office964.7778 -f.. Caught Up In A Lay-Off? Save
Sales, service, installation Peetsville 11 acres, 200B, '
F-78'i $10.000 home 9645145J Budget By Selling Our
stereos, phono, reel-reel, $32.31G78'f Famous Products. Call Loma VOGUE MFG INC
tapes, cassettes radios. Work H-7I's S35.S5 US-301 north 21 acres $35,000 Cryatt at 755.0731 or write P. O.
guaranteed. 118 Court, 964- Box 5127, Lake CIty Fla. 32055. ,

7329.: tfchg. Thomas OilCompany New River SbOckwQa.OOOHeilbron : .tf! "

------------ 50 acres, $57,000
& J CONTRACTORS Rt. 100 E. of StarkeCountry
Hampton < 60 acres, $46,000.

Hampton 251 acres, $185,000 Component home on, your Davidson
[ Motorcycles J 964-4246 403 S. Walnut( St. Lot from ill per sq.ft.

Sfarke, Florida FRED SACKETT.REALTOR Variety Alllppll.ncel-Floor Plans Mobile Home ParkIn

PRICE INCLUDES ALL 205 N. Temple(US-301)) City Limits r. .:
SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your TAXES AND MOUNTING 904/964-6522.468-1642 Central Air( & Heat ; 1\\1.

authorized Suzuki Dealer. FHA 8 VA Approved
Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call Free Estimates973.2000 $30 Per Mo. Garage

Street. rfchg. Walk To New' :

------------ t UNITED ARM AGENCY From 1200 to 2800 sq. fl
WANTED REGISTERED REAL 6-28/7-3 Shopping Center

ESTATE BROKER City Gas. Water & Sewer ,
206 South Water StreetPAUL&IRENEFAULKNER
On 301 South
WANTED: Front fertilizer $38,000 3 BR, 2 Bath CH&A,
bracket for super "A" tractor. 964-5065 One Acre Lot. 1,656 sq. ft. living Jolu Motel TO MIS TEXACO
area. 1J4 miles out of '
City limits
Herbert Payne 782-3369. lip 1 3/4 acre and mobile home fur- "
HELP WANTED: Experiencedwoman of Starke. I' 964-8810 N. Temple Ave. 964.8100
- -------- nished. Good price & term .
to work on egg farm For Sale: 2 Story house close to II

work five days a week. Sundays .. What/ / about some business property town. Upstairs furnished apt. Charles Green & Leaton (Buddy) Mathews
required Call
964-6263: downstairs 3 BR.
? We have several
between 8 & I HOUSES FOR listings.
5. Up ,SALE"jjFOR 30 acres with good timber, AluminumSiding .' Invite You To Come.See Them
--- .... "
MAKE EXTRA. MONEY; Need paved road front. 4 miles N. of
Starke, terms.
someone in Starke to answer SALE: 1974 12 x 64 Mobile BYRON E. DUCE I V catlanSp.ciai.:

telephone Call Jacksonville in your 731 own. home. Home 2 BR air, washer-dryer.. Reg. Real Estate Brbker Commercial building block con- Aluminum Tune-Dps
for Disc Motors
Excellent condition. Small 393 N. Temple Ave. struction 2,400 sq. ft. 1 acrelend Brakes

more information. tip equity, assume (payments. 964-7700 3 miles from Starke. 6 Cyl
------------ Sof/.t 3850
904-965493. evenings. 6/12 Acreage for sale: 5 acres Clutch Repair
ADDRESSERS MAILERS 4tp. 7/3. 10 acres,30 acres 19 acres, Lawtey, good timber s7so '
HOMEWORKERS ------------ Terms. !Parts & Labor
NEEDEDI) 460 acres. Remodeling Valve I J Jobs

50 firms listed, rush 25 cent FOR SALE BY OWNER: Con- House& 10 acres 176 acres, Brooker area. Some Plus, part

stamped*. Ko, addressed emilk. 46 en Till 2 crete baths block, living home room 2 bedroom w/fire-, House on a good fishing lake. planted pines.. Cement Work 8 Cyl I' Brake Jobs? Front EndRebuilding

Street Enfield Connecticut place, formal dining room, LISTINGS 1 to 10
acres land. 4 Mies
FINANCING open $5000
, 12".
i 06082.6/26 2tp 7/3 eat-in kitchen,,
. .I ____________ w/wet bet, central family heat &room air, RENTALS NEEDED from Starke. .Home sites only. FinancingAvailable .

HELP WANTED 2 Call Anytime Plus Parts, Drltm'iypef
: WEB OFFSET car carport utility room- 1 to 2 acres mobile horn sites

PRESSMAN: Must have fenced yard, plus 3-rm. apt. VERNIE ODOM N.W. of StarVe Term. ,. .
experience and good -.refer.nae. with heat, & air. Shown by 964-5476 ; W;>*

Good starting saterv.. appointment only. Phone 473- George Roberts Real! Estate Air Conditioning Lawn Mower.
Write Bole 1964, "*. All. 4731 or 473-3444. No Collect Applean Brown 964-7826 ..*-.U5S .
or 964-6693 .. 1t. linlol .,. ".,, S.nio..f .
32210. 11 Cans, tfchg. 964-7966 If "' o ') tf 0. ,. ,"" >(I q, ..;; /

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,,I, Manning Selected [() -=IE B U ; W o inn'lankier xie ejs

For Tech Training /4 ] :
Airman Damon L. Manning,
a 1971 graduate of Bradford E
High School,has been selectedfor BEEF
technical training in the
U.S. Air Force munitions and
weapons maintenance field at D
Lowry Air Force Base,
Manning recently completed
basic training at Lack.
land AFB, Texas, where he PRICES GOOD THUR. JUNE 26 THRU WED. JULY 2
studied the Air Force mission,
and received special instruc- SUPERBRAND (QUARTERS)

tion Two in human Docks relations ClosedTo KEY BUYS. MARGARINE . 4 PKGS.1 l8. 1 1KRAFT l00 r ..

Limit one with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes
Goldhead ParkTwo tR

docks at Gold Head MAYONNAISE. 3J AR oc.ASTO 78

placed Branch off State limits Park to swimmers have been .
in the wake of three drownings\ ARROW GIANT I
that have occurred there in
the past 60 days.Lt. a "''.''-. -
Winton Keeth of the Flo- 49.02.
rida Park Service said the PkG.
docks had been barricaded, Oil MONT . .
but swimmers can still use the
beach area to enter the water. FRUIT 1-LB. CAN ASTOR OR
lie, said the drownings may 16-oz. 1-lB. BAO MAXWElL HOUSE BA'CHUNK LIGHT
have occurred because .
swimmers walked out on the CAN COFFEE f.i TUNA
150-foot docks and dived into CAN 39C .
water that is very cold.
.The park officer said that
shallow of the THRIFTY MAID '
areas lake are
roped off so that children will Tomatoes 3 2101. $1 CNICKIN or $
not go beyond a depth of four .
feet. There are no deep holesor MONTE 68 t LIONS CHUNK

shallow sudden areas drop-offs near the in beach the, Tomato Catsup . 3 isst: $1 1LB. c ca e .TUNA. $119 6V2-OZ.! : '
Keeth said. THRIFTY MiD \ 3 I /
By stopping use of the Pork, & Beans 5 as:: CAANa' I 'CANS
'docks, swimmers will be ; . .
forced to wade and swim to All' VEGETABLE limit 1 of choice with $7,50 or more purchase excluding cigar.".,. Limit 3 of choice with 7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes.

deepwater areas, and become 29
gradually accustomed to the Astor Oil . . . BOTTLEEINESTEA
change in water temperature, '
Keeth said. W-D CHOICE BEEF
The investigation of the Instant Tea . .. JAR $129 1 CHUCK
three drownings in the past
two months will continue with
other steps taken, if necessary -
to insure the safety of ROAST
swimmers, Keeth said. GREEN BEANS '
I .. _
2 .. \ ."" .w.l. ...... .-u..
Escape t tit t
.;... .1

Union JailLAKE ASTO CUT 4 '

BUTLER Two prisoners "'
,being held for the state 8ft'
in the Union County jail BEANS. '
escaped sometime between 11
p.m.and 2:30: a.m. Wednesday 31..88c CANS
morning June 25.
Chief Deputy A.A. Sweat
said regarded the as prisoners extremely were dan- CHUCK STEAK 98'' LB.
gerous and identified them as FRESH (NO HEAD OVER 3Sc)' l.

Henry Jerry Spires, 20, con-
victed of armed robbery in i
Duval County and sentencedto > MILD CURED (WATER ADDED) HICKORY
Duffy Repper 23, also convicted 10.IB. PKG. HAND! PAK) SMOKED'HAM
of armed robbery in
Duval County and sentencedto
five years. Gr. Beef LB.. 69cSHANK
The prisoners managedtheir SUPERBRAND ,
escape -breaking a
lock on an upstairs window, ICE CREAM, S SANDWICHES, FUDGE PORTION
and then
lowered themselvesto BUTT
the ground on a rope made 'BARS, TWIN POPS OR PORTION
from bed sheets and mattress I

covers.Hot Weather ; I ICE_,;:CREAM BARS Steaks. LB $188 LB. m A..W i.. 89


Cane ', PACK Chuck LB. 8cI* Dinners: 2 : 99c ,

STARKE The hot summer PKG.. .
months are bringing in-
creased volumes of all-
the Reynolds Aluminum ASTOR

.unit Recycling in Starke.Company's mobile BABY LIMAS. ,. ;fORD:110: K'' LIMAS, Cheese 2 p 99c Ham : 12ot.PKG..., $199
Volume totals received for .
last month showed 12,944 ,BROCCOLI SPEARS OR, . ...
pounds of household -
aluminum recycled. The BRUSSELS SPROUTSPKOS.
equivalent 297,712 all- ,
aluminum cans, meant WO AND USDA CHOICE SI If ,. ARROW '

$1.941,60 area residents.paid by Reynolds to All( Meat Stew . ii. 919] Paper Plates ....;..... ,,,...%.,(':IOO-CT.. : .,OQCma. ,
Reynolds Aluminum f: .
the Recycling front of Co.'s the unit TG&Y will Store be at, 3 10-0. 98 Shoulder Steaks. . L' $139] CRACKINGOOD Potato Chips .. v, t : ,; ".; '. '. *:- 58C

Bradford Square, US-301 .
South ((837 So. Walnut St.) W D BRAND USDA CHOICI Bll LOIN SPAT .r-' 4
every a.m. to TUESDAY 11 a.m.during from July 9:30,:to N. Y. Strip Steaks . La $2 39 arcoal i . e ."' rio: "' :: 'SSe

pay all-aluminum 15 cents per cans pound and for other the U.S. FANCY YELLOW HORMIl L'' $479 DII' 111 :sips r .:'''\ ...
clean, household aluminum. Canned Ham e . 3 CAN DI e .. e .. e ,'. '. a 2.. '. slooCorn 1
"Aluminum is valuable in 10 GRADI "A"
comparison with other metals EARS 89 .. .... "
59e69e .
found in solid waste, it being Turkey Wings . .S HoTDogChili: ;; ., .' .4'; $1 100w.D
worth about $300 a ton when
'collected for recycling" said MANO 12.... "INCH'S' > 2.-..'* ..'AMustard *\
Paul( S. Hayden Reynolds Franks .. '. e e e .NO, e e .. ,. a : e .,.. .. "
Regional Recycling Manager. MIXED ,VEGETABLES, CUT CORN, ; ; '
According to Hayden, a SUNNT1ANO HOT ; 19' RAFT Q

person seeking any in- & CARROTS OR GREEN PEAS Pork Sausage LLB.L i $1] Barbecue Sauces -. .2vl* : ?lOO
formation about aluminum PEAS. : . :',/r,' ,+ ;,;:c. ::.t;, .
recycling, should call the OSCAR MATFranks'a CktACKW: OOOO ,, ,'"
statewide toll-free number 1- toLl $ 2939e I.La' 00
800-282-7797 any weekday .;::, .' .i. .. MO.MO.. ] .Saitipe Crackers :. ., .-..,, ."O,: ';..1

between 8:30: a.m. and 5 p.m. TAIMADOI SAND 'Jj CRAG '" 0000 "I. f .,? nt- ," ,*... '" ..,Ii. J..
By calling this number, 12.... :: 00
anyone can find where to 4 9ft c Chicken< Franksi '. . rJ Fashion I '. Cookies .".3'1
at the ;,
recycle their aluminum 10.8. i HYOSADe CNXII OAtWJN1 .iiAlt' ** '- Ii.9T0 03'N :Oa ,il3U
most convenient,location and. =z '9r''iyl lJhio: ,
..time.. "II ,PKOS. Park 'Frankse:: I t'$ iI. ... .1 Family 1 ....Bread" I'J..tl.t/; .3'. y1001i
.:r..c-.q- :':" .,. I ::. .. i*/ ArMi'I* vni: -nJulJe2 .to''tlIQLI1J'' ': ,glad prn-M,t r IIL';>"nTPnykd'
FOR. SALE i All 'slam '61 f., .. .;. K.111''t'M f: J .f;..f \ 'V y!h' :' \ j t .. I twJ! J >si. .ppn,,EtP '1d,11r.IIIJ" ,'.' ;a' tt IrQ''!" 14ni1 ,,rtr; ( .

masking ..,*.'- The Office .. ; .. e .. ..... (BrJ Jfi'lIlUJrn I (iJJ(! .J' m1:3: .... J g.T"1 ".t
Shop. It lj !If'\! \ 11 ( 'r. WT .. I .

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I: Obituaries Community NewsELIZABETH HAMPTON Scouting'

by Elizabeth Terry Adelaide Crowson OIVFNS! WALKER AREA NEWSBy till I News ]

Mrs. Adelaide M. Crowson, DELL CHAPTER O.E.S. 16K youth at 11 a.m. At 4 p.m. the

CHURCH ACTIVITIES Smith, and family Mr. and 60. of Bedford Lake, Route 3, The regular meeting of Dell certificates will be presented. FonUlM Carolyn Eaves

(liurch Of f.od: Sunday Mrs. Tom Whaley and Starke died Friday in chapter will be held Thursday RECREATIONCraft Cummings of Port Allen, La. 964-6812
School/' 10 a.m. Worship Ser- daughters were Sunday Alachua General Hospital night June 26 at 8 p.m. in the July 13 the Community Class will meet at 2:30: spent a week with Mr. and
Ices 11 a.m. and 7 p.rm-YPE dinner guests of their mother Gainesville after a brief Masonic Hall on Brownlee Chorus will present a programat p.m. to 4:30: at the HamptonCity Mrs. Doc Tidwell Mrs. Whiteis Cadette Troop 520 ended
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. "* Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. illness. Street. All\ members are 3:30: on behalf of the annualWomen'sDay Hall and Recreation Mr. Tidwell's mother' and their year with a campout

Faith Baptist Church: Daisy Boch and Lynn. Born in Richburg, S.C. on asked to please be present andon program, which Center Wednesday afternoons Mrs. Cummings is Mr. Tid Thursday to Saturday at
Radio Program over WPXE Mr.And Mrs. Sidney Harbin Jan.2, 1915. she lived in Starkefor time. Business of vital terminates July 27. well's sister. Camp Chanyata near St.

Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible and Donna attended the 25 years, where she was importance. The Hampton Senior Mr. and Mrs. Edward Augustine. While there they
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Harbin reunion in Clarkston employed as bookkeeper by Mt. Moriah and Pleasant Citizens held their regular Fontaine and children from worked on their and Animal

vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Ga. on the weekend of June 15. The Bradford County NOTICE! Grove United Methodist meeting June 20. All were Oxford Conn: surprised Mr. Kingdom badge Camp-
Hev, Willie Stitt, craft, They visited
Donna will a month Telegraph. She Miss Katrina Coleman is Parish
Prayer Meeting Wednesday spend was a a happy to welcome back Mr. and Mrs. Wilfrid Fontaine by and Anastasia
7:30: p.m. Bible Study. with her aunt Mrs. Gaynell member of the First contestant at the Holiday Inn pastor.Church. and Mrs. Paul Krieger after arriving Sunday evening. Marineland
will be at 10 Park
School State on Friday.
Grace United Methodist: Mooty. Presbyterian Church of in Tampa Fla. Any of her
their trip to Germany. All They are planning to stay
II the Youth Cudettes making the trip were
8.m. At a.m.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Mrs. Ronnie McClellan and Starke. friends wishing to support her were also happy to welcome several days and help
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Paul of Vidalia, Ga., spent Surviving are her husband may contact Mrs. Gloria E. Educational program will be Mr. and Mrs. James H. Josephine Fontaine celebrateher Elena Canova, Patty Mullins
7:30: p.m. United Methodist from Thursday to Sunday with Claude Crowson and three Jackson and Mrs. Ruth E. held at Pleasant Grove with NesSmith as new members. birthday. Edward Fon Irene Wainwright, Marlene

Fellowship 6:30: p.m. Choir her parents, Mr. and Mrs. sisters Mrs.: Eugenia Worley Banks. members from both churches Happy birthday was sung to taine is the son of the Wilfrid Dawson. Catherine Shoemng
The limes Johns
public Carolyn Lynne
Practice 7:30: p.m. Wed- Mack Sweat of Raiford, and Aiken, S.C.; Mrs. Margaret participating. Josephine Fontaine and Fontaines.
and Mrs. Les McClellan. McMillian ColumbiaS.C. CHURCH NEWS invited to attend. Joyce Wainwright, Robin
nesday.United. Mr. Happy Anniversary to Mr. Birthday greetings 'to: and Sandra
Methodist women Mrs. Elsie Norman was a and Mrs. Leonard McDaniel New Bethel Baptist Church and Mrs. Paul Krieger. After Diane Khea, Brenda Curtis
met at the home of Mrs. Sunday overnight guest of her Phoenix Ariz.Funeral Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Clifford Lee Kelly is visitinghis the meeting games were and Doc Tidwell, all of June Accompanying (hem were
Mullins Mrs.
George Kelly with Mrs. O.J. mother, Mrs. Lissie Starling, services were heldin Mt. Sinai Ministers and parents, Mr. and Mrs. played with the winners being 22; Josephine Fontaine, June Mrs. Laurie ,
Boyette co-hostess. Mrs. of Jacksonville, who was the DeWitt C. Jones Chapelat Deacon Union will begin Clifford Kelly in Lawley. He is Ruddy DeWaters Mabel 24. Carolyn Canova, Norma

George Roberts, President celebrating her birthday 11 a.m. Monday with Rev.P. Thursday June 2628. All presently residing in North NesSmith, Lynn Hall, Virginia Doc and Wanda Tidwell Canova and Mrs. )Eugenia:

was in charge. Mrs. Frank anniversary. Herbert Parsons of- members and friends are Hollywood{ Calif., where he is Cosgrove, Bill Fontaine, announce the birth of a son, Whitehead this
Coss gave the devotional. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders ficiating. Interment was in invited to attend. employed as a computer Lucille Ivey and Buck David James, on June 10 in Neyali Day 4-11'Camp and yearis the
Mrs. Frank Porreca had celebrated their 56th Wedding Crosby Lake Cemetery. technician. August
Dennison. The door prize was Shands Teaching College fee is $11 lor' the
of the Anniversary Greater Allen Chapel A.
charge program."God's won by Virginia Cosgrove.Next Gainesville.
is due
Gardens". Twenty- Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Barfieldand M.E. Church Rev. R. G. meeting will be held Sympathy is extended to the eight days. Registration
three members were present. their son and daughter-in- Joe II. WigginsJoe Heastie, pastor. The State Tri July 11 as the first Friday is family of Joe H. Wiggins, who July 10 and sent may ol be given to

law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Convention began in Pompano July 4 and all had plans for passed away on June 18, andto Council me or in Jacksonville.Gateway There

The United Methodist Barfield enjoyed sightseeingand H.I Wiggins, 62, of Beach Monday June 2327. 1 that dale. The July 11 meetingwill the family of W.A..Saxon will be u unit for Brownies
Ladies honored Miss Rhoda fishing at St. Augustine on Seventeen delegates and t ?
Hampton died Wednesday be a pot luck luncheon who passed away last
and Cadettes with
Jones, bride-elect of Wayne Saturday.Mrs. July 18, as a result of injuries chaperons traveled by bus to .\'I.. .....0 with all members asked to Saturday morning.. Juniors and canoeing. 11ou '
Wainwright with a Buddy Lewis and attend the activity along with
received when struck by a car bring salad and dessert and
miscellaneous shower at the daughters of Starke, visited while crossing the highway at the pastor andfamily., the club will furnish chicken > have a call.question pleasegl'l'
church last Friday night. her uncle and aunt, Mr. and me a
Hampton Junction.He and bread and tea or coffee. OyEKA.Af
After several games the Mrs. Carl Prevatt, Sunday was born in Hampton on Greater Bethlehem EY01lC/ Enjoyed hearing a
lormer Slaike scout recently..JoYl'e .
honoree opened her gifts, and afternoon May 30, 1913, the son of the Freewill Baptist ChurchRev. FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS .
Karabee of Sarasota
refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Copeland, Jasper Williams, pastor is
late Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Lonnie Broome, son of Mr. member ol' Senior
Twenty-five ladies attended. of Jacksonville, were Church for the weeks. a Tioop
retired Broome
Wiggins.. He was a and Mrs. James won
There will be an Ad- Saturday afternoon guests of Vacation Bible School started No.: 121 and will travel thissummer
mail carrier, and was a mem- two awards fron the Trinity other
Mexico\ with
ministrative Board Meeting at Mrs. Flossie Rosier Mrs. Monday, June 23, and will last "
ber of the Hampton Baptist 1 DOM T Give IM TO 'VERvONa. Academy. He won an A-B
the Church on Sunday, June Rossie Reddish and Mrs. Church.He through Friday, June 27. No STAY. OUT I./O.T.. "FltOM YOUR honor roll award also an scouts from all over t the
TBEPO* usE YOUR JUPOMEMT United Slates I t ,
29th, at 7:30: p.m. Bessie Sapp. other activity will be in action According to word experts,
is survived by one sister YOUR OWN" TAMPAer FOR" ICVtt award for outstanding boy Omni alulations to her on thisopportunity
Highland! Baptist Church: Mrs. Jean Biles and Mrs. Mary Williams Hamp- this week. Sunday the youth OWN\ CHII-OTi' !U.-rweY MAX CONPUMU" ', the 10th grade at the the only thing exotic about
School 9:45: a.m. of Hialeah seCKeriy niirv'&.\. PE; lit that It's we know she
Sunday daughter Marie and One A. will be in charge. The com- RUT anything exotic
ton a brother PLEASED THAI IOU: U>veTMRK AMP: Academy.Sue will h.ia exciting tripOfBft .
Services 11 a.m. and Watts and "from very
Worship and Mrs. Barry Wiggins Starke. mencement speaker will be a c A"8 ABOUT 'TtttM' EUXUM TO te pie* White and Linda literally, a foreign
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Barry Lee, returned home Funeral services were held land" J
Wednesday 7pm. after the Hinson
Tuesday Friday, June 20, at 2:30: p.m. :
:Northside'; Baptist Church: reunion in Berkley, W.Va.
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Their father, brother and two in and ,
with Rev. Roy Spurgers '
Worship Services 11 a.m. and other sisters had not all been Rev. Ralph Sweet officiating. BIGS/WINGS/

7:30: p.m. Prayer meeting together in over 27 years. Interment was in Santa Fe
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. They enjoyed the visit with ,,
Cemetery Hampton.W.
Vacation Bible School was their brother and new sister- '
held at the church June 16 in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn ---s ANyS

through 20 every night. The Minson, of Toms River N. J. A. Saxon, Jr. 3Qorr
enrollment was 90, and and their brother-in-law and < EGGS

average attendance was in the sister Mr. and Mrs. Frank W.A. Saxon Jr., 51, of 1 LB "...Ha 1 / /
sixties. Parents night was Honaker Jr? their parents, Hampton died Saturday .C'"nr. "n co NavJ MnroT re 1.j' DOvPK .oo EN 1
held Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hmson, morning in the GainesvilleV.A. ioooaoiet= .ra, lpEw T. err.t ;
their nephew and niece, Mr. Hospital after a lingering 1
and Mrs. Rob Frazier and son illness. Born in Deerfield, """ '
and Mrs. Billy Anders Jason, all of Beckley W. Va. Fla. on Aug. 27, 1923, he was a r r pANTRREAM I / "
and sons and Mrs. Darlene Mr. and Mrs. Duane Steele Navy veteran of World War II, r-

Norman and sons, returned and daughter of Apple Creek, a carpenter by trade and a tffiS5
home last Thursday after Ohio, spent the week with Baptist.
camping two weeks at Camp their brother-in-law and Surviving are his wife, 1 111 1 / I
Blanding on Kingsley Lake. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dorothy L. Saxon, Hampton; 1 D ; oo cio.MC"" [ I
They reported a good time and Walker and family one daughter, Mrs. Janet w"GAL//Y 1w; oloi -5T:| : '"S3sJ- I

rest.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Little, Atlanta. Ga; one son, i ,
and Mrs. Hubert Terrell and son, of W.A. Saxon HI, Hampton; his -
Wilkison and family of Live Gainesville, spent last mother, Mrs. Bertha D. tVIMVDAT LOW PMICIS OOOO tlVIN DAYS A wall. ONUS SUVS GOOD THRU JUNI 1.. 17S OUANTITV HIQHTB HBtlNVKD ** ujEEF

Oak. Mrs. Lavon Wilkison and weekend with their mother McIntosh Hampton; one t
children Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mrs. Martha Dorko, and their brother Edward 'Saxon, 1K dUll Ie pt B Z
Rowe and family Mr. Mrs. Mae and
grandmother, Hampton; one grandchild -
and Mrs. Donald Wilkison Wells. LUSCIOUS RED
Miss Debbie Joe Napier of
Donald Wilkison spent the Funeral services were held
Jacksonville were Sunday weekend at National Guard in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at CHUCKROAST FREESTONEPEACHES CORNISH WATER-
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Camp in Georgia. 10:30: a.m. Tuesday with Rev.
B. L Wilkison Sr. Other guests Mr. and Mrs. David Albert Leon T. Odom officiating. GAME HENS
during the week were their and son, of Jacksonville were Interment was in Hampton MELONS
son and daughter-in-law Mr. Saturday guests of their Cemetery. I.E.
and Mrs. Bennett Wilkison, Jr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milo roor r.lw ELLl QUARTERS 49 *
of Jacksonville on Saturday.Miss 1.5 LBAVERAGE
Smith and family. Mr. and Lillie Browning L
Elizabeth Terry Mrs. Albert attended the Iq I __ _
visited her sister, Mrs. J. P. wedding of Miss Martha Mrs. Lillie N. Browning 60, __ _

\Vyrick, and her nephew and Buckley at First Baptist died Friday, June 20 at her .
niece. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Church of Starke last home on Highway 100 south. -n.' 12 E to !" o
Carter, of Tallahassee, from Saturday night. She born in Starke .
was on .
Monday to Friday. Recent guests Mr. and Sept. 29, 1914.Surviving 1 Y CHUCK FRYER89.: -.. QUARTERFRYER
Miss Arthurine Blanchardwas Mrs. Gene Pearson were their are her husband, HIN : STEAKS QUARTERSOLEO ....-....... CaliforniaNECTARINES FLORIDA
a guest of Miss Esther brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Clifford Browning; two .......... ::!::?1:,:. l.a.OH iniAlTt I MANGOES
of Jacksonville, on
attended the and Mrs. Stanley Fedak of daughters Mrs. Myrl Marshall AII < IS 98c ft" I:::;: .., ,......l. J 59 49<
Sunday. They GUAM .
informal of the New Carteret N.J. While there, \ and Miss Sandy Blan- 3/l ..".'...",...,..... :: Et)
opening they and the Pearsons visited kenship, and one son, Randy
Atlantic National Bank duringthe .
afternoon.Mr. their brother and sisterinlaw Blankenship, all of Starke; ....a, .,' ").1 ,'U... _(I I U'. _'' ",".IO'-: .- ._ ttfiuaiGOLDEN _,,', .'. ',- -,. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Camp. one brother, Johnnye Nichols,
and Mrs. Cecil
of CottonWood, Ala. and one sister, Mrs. Martha Pantry Pride FONDA I FRESH
and Lone of Huntsville, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston Padgett both of Middleburg; EATWELL 9" PAPER COLD RIPE I BOILING LEMONS

spent parents some Mr. time and Mrs.with Ante their and children spent ten days and four grandchildren. Tea Bags TUNA PLATES 09 CUPS Bananas I PEANUTS OR LIMES
with their brother and sister- Funeral services were heldat '
Dobbs. in-law. Senior Master 2 p.m. Sunday in DeWitt C. ... 99C 39c ". 79C 15iv .a S9c
Sergeant and Mrs. Ed Teston Jones Chapel with Rev.
Douglas and Darlene and family of Omaha, Hobert Haisten and Rev. .....
Eunice children of Mr.: and Nebraska.Their brother, Ed Merle Packham officiating. COMPARE low '.'.'AOUTAN.I {COMPARESTARKE'S "ro'-:: ::r YwroE

Chattanooga Mrs. Emory, Tenn.Eunice, are of Teston Lawtey., is a While former there resident they of Interment Cemetery.was in Crosby Lake Beef Pot Roast :swrsssr-ir: 5 FOOD } Round Steak =:: .D':' $1" ..

spending some time with their enjoyed attending ball games Fried Fish Sticks:rs"Lr:: *
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. and other places of interest.On 30' I I OW-W-Wj Pork Sausage I' ... ,,,," 89 20'

relatives.Harold Eunice Other and other their return trip they Cream Cheese :raw39; V 1 FOOD I Skinless Franks :;::W": 79*
guests on ,,, I 10'I
stopped by to see their nephewand "" ""' I FAIR I _...,
Saturday Mrs. Connie were their Mosley daughter, and, niece and family Mr. and Beef For Stew ; ;':II ;.. tf I PRICES | Meat t Loaf f Mix :ro.l.au' 89* '0'

Tammy of Maxville and Mrs.Rock,Vernon Ark. Teston, of Little Perch Fillets zsxssr.; L.79t :aD' 1 320 SOUTH. i Cottage Cheese rcs:?j? 59* "

their Eunice: granddaughter, daughter of,Mr.Regina and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson tt i'rppp Cooked Ham OUCIO'....Ma. M"ffTftmz so 1 SUPERMARKETS WALNUT ST. Sliced Bologna 'lar.a oo- 99* ,

Mrs. Gene Eunice, of spent Thursday to Sunday '. S-1t'1DlI-' .' mow? t y "'Imf ,, -- ......

Highland\ camping at St. Augustine i / K Pl / TH 2 Pl 1
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly Beach. While there Mr. and (

and daughter, Miss Virginia Mrs. Oren Reddish Jr., of I.a Ilia ""l PridePORK
Cam of Lake Worth and Jeff Lake Butler. visited them on Pantry SWIFT PREMIUM GEBHARDT

Cam of the University of Friday. Their daughter, Mrs. ,ciue( NORTHERN
"Florida Gainesville spent the Linda Tatum.John and Robin, & VIENNASAUSAGE HOT: DOGCHILI

weekend with their parents, Mrs. J'Lene Lafoon. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. Sonie camp. Debbie and Sunday Sunday School, BEANS : SAUCE NAPKINS
Other guests on Saturdaywere Bryan Law ley, visited 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship,
their brother-in-law and them on Saturday. Sunday 11:00 a.m.. Church Training e 71CANS
sister. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. guests were Lee and Michelle 6:15 p.m.; Vacation Bible tsoz 10oz 140
Mailman of Keystone and Mrs. Julia Leonard and School Commencement. *
Girls Ensemble. CANS COUNT
Heights and Richard Saunders son Wayne. Monday
of Charlestown Ind., Miss Martha Smith spent a 6:40: p.m.; Youth Choir, 7:00:

brother of Mr. and Mrs. week with Miss Berta p.m. COMPARE OUN IWINVOAVLOW .ou.... {COMPARE'ONPAIC, VOU law.
Wendell Kelly. All of them Stoudenmire, in Jacksonville.Mrs. Tuesday Baptist Women'sCouncil uf m {COMPARE LOW MICCII U*TO

attended graduation exercisesfor Jim Burton of Meeting. 10:00: a.m.; Peanut Butter "":.ty,"" $1" 2011 I Overnite Diapers uo m- 87c "I i Panty Hose VMMMIVAM4' 69c 41
Jeff Cam, at the Universityof Jacksonville, spent a few days Business Session 10:45: a.m.; I j
Florida on Saturday. with her mother, Mrs. P. L. Program. 11:15a: .m.; Covered Dill Pickle Chips : 43 .. Sliced Carrots '."::.:- 4/l/ '" I Cast Iron Skillet 99c 40'

:Mr and Mrs. Earl Walker Dinkins, recently. Dish Luncheon. 12:00: noon; Pantry Pride i
of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Junior Music Activity 2:00: Olives .:;:. 55 4'! Mashed Potatoes I M:: ; m 39c a. I Cast Iron Skillet sIB SO

Griffis: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Smokey Says: p.m. Taco Casserole w .':;" 79 ei Pantry Pride coos
Cups 79c
Griffis J and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wednesday Family IM I ICast Iron Skillet I.lw.. 1" 70'Mott's

Thomas all of Jacksonville Supper, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday Apple Juice' 32 oz. 39' ,a' I Foam Cups "
of and School Workers ..:. 59c495c "I I Latex Gloves NM:::.:::::.. 79c .0.
Mr. Mrs. Meeting
were guests 1 M4JUAMCOtUMO
Carl Prevail during the week. R.A."a. G.A.'s, Acteens, World PantryPride Spinach. :.; 5/95/ tH 1 Greens :;: / N.. | Economy Dinners ::T 2/89/ < Nr
MOIiN-. :
Cecil Whitehead of Kingsley t Friends Mission Firends, 6:45: .,...., .. r.r.._ t.oI-. ", {:m .'I/j. _" _
Lake visited them Saturday ty p.m.; Hour of Power 7:30: _.a!II I jOJl".u" _.....1 '''_"" .,. ': I ..., ,.. _u.\Jo' ;: I '(."!......,.

morning.. IFYOU MILSDURN / ; Choir Trustee tii D.IM.nt GRAPEFRUIT .... ,
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny TOCLEAR Meeting, 8:15: p.m. CANNED MIMING .. JIIUIT : : DUTCH APPLI
Jenkins and son Robert of Thursday Visitation 9:30: DRINKS CUP Ea JUICE. .. I
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Milliard were Saturday a.m.; Music Makers Music <>
dinner guests of their parents, ,' CARET Activity. 2:00: pm.; Visitation 8/l I3q 59C 39c 2/$1 79c
Mr. and Mrs. (). J. Anders. r 7:00: p.m.

Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Saturday Bus Ministry .
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Trtnnr -asfMf .
and Mrs. R.
C. Whitehead Visitation 8:30: a.m.
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visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul, aC. U"L mo. ivt -- '
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis If you mm..,. la tin. I..*. AUVE SHAMPOO BARREL
and family and Mrs. Maines USE CARE! H.'.held. tools. ..). [ ,:9 79 c 79 '.: 5/l :n4 99 c 4Uot .
Griffis: and children, of ..4 to.l.....l!*..> ... Prf... SUNSHINE STATE _n. CAN 1.29 MO.Of 59C: L .7.2Page 49
I'alatka. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Fore Flrn! ::

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