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: July 3, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04007
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(4 J The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven .. ,'::J",'"t; ;

I Kith( Year STAItKK, FLORIDA 15 Cents .,Y-;; ,

50th Issue Thursday,July 3.1975 Copy V, ',,, ,

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. Permits Issued For 37 HomesNew

construction totaling in value, accounting for Seen .
$500,400() in June set a new i)4.800: !) of the total. Mobile Tight Budget Despite '

monthly record for building home permits totaled $121,300, .
permits issued by the Bradford while miscellaneous permits
County zoning office. (additions, etc.) ran 44300. .
1 For the lirst time in many Building permit fees
months, new starts on con- totaling $1,584 were collected
ventional homes ((17)) almost during the month from the 63

equalled the new number of permits issued. $8 Million Assessment
mobile home permits issued l Figures include all permits, Jump
((20)). Dollar-wise, con- issued in the county with the
ventional home permits exception of the City of
almost tripled mobile homes Starke, which handle its own.

Bradford County's tentative tax roll for 1975 shows an increaseof
$8,007,446 in taxable value, according to County Property
Appraiser Gene Long's preliminary report filed last week with
3i- $" *' "*f' *'?** N>
AppointiveSupt.To The increase will mean approximately $400.000 in additional
revenue for the county's hard-pressed coffers, helping County
Commissioners in their effort to hold the line on their 1974 levy of

f Discussed 4.871 Taxable mills.values in the county jumped to $122,132,522 on the new
y.C T jtn fr rr Be roll, as compared with $114,125,076 in 1974. Long said that new

construction, totaling$1,992,447, accounted for about one-fourth of
the increase, and another sizeable boost came from upping Flo-
rida Power & Light's assessment from $1,582,785 to $2,400,350, an
I ..t ., By School Board increase of $817,565.
fp iI. Total value of all county property, exempt and non-exempt was
i .. J' .. listed at a whopping $279,055,130, an increase of $37,570,224: over
\ last year's figure of $241,484.906.(
-, .., ST nKIAt Chairman decides on a ballot for an
-- """ .. ,. .' Rodney Hall's suggestion, the appointive superintendent, More than half of the total (assuming millage Is'set at
,,- proposition of having an that the election be held in ,valuation is jn exempt the same figure as last year)
,;:-. appointive school superintendent connection with Florida's classifications, with the will help offset the county'sloss

.. will be placed on the upcoming presidential prefer- largest slice being some $60 in revenue sharing funds,
million in lands. which County Clerk G.S.
agenda for discussion at. the ence primary so the issue can agricultural
July 14 board meeting. be decided prior to the general Second largest exemption is Brown predicts will be some

......., Hall suggests a referendumto election in 1976 in which can- state-owned land, including $100,000 less than last year.
.. board didates for the elective Florida State Prison, totaling It will also
L 1r; give the that appointive super- help cope with
)T x
.. : $17,121.285, and third largestis
\ authority. The chairman intendent's post will have to budget-increase requests suchas

,,+ '" ., acxP Yy brought up the matter of campaign. 3.222 homestead exemptions Bradford County Hospital
w '.. .,".. appointing the superintendentat Temple left the superinten- at 15831000. Board of Trustees' resolution
., the very end of a four-hour dent's post June 30 to assumea Other large exemptionsare received by the clerk's office
if '
<:;t':' special meeting last Thurs- State Education Depart : educational total Tuesday seeking the levy of
.;< ;.!..r a ha day, June 26. He said he plansto ment job as regional directorover $4,643,787 ; religious, one mill for the hospital in '
., <. bring the proposal up for 17 counties to administer. $2,811,673; county lands, addition to the $15.000
.' y t! "' discussion July 14 at the certain federal funds for the 1890.780; and municipallands regularly received from race
board's regular meeting. disadvantaged.! 1508433. track funds. The one mill
Board members Arthur Jockei Temple's former The additional $5.000 would bring approximately
Gaskins and Pat Spengler curriculum director; has been homestead exemption is going $122.000 and would help the
voiced their agreement with appointed superintendent and to 734 persons age 65 or over, hospital meet its spirallingcosts
w, Hall's proposal. Board mem- took over'July 1. He and Kil totaling $2,901.294 while 161 which may run as highas
terr bers JT. Parrish and Art patrick were recommendedby widows claim $80,000 in $100.000 more than the

\ .' ..: Holliday did not comment. the school board and Supt. exemptions, and 174 veterans, current liscal year, due to the
t Seventeen Florida counties Temple and Jockei was appointed $87,000 tripling of malpractice In-

....... presently have superintendents by Gov, Heubin, Sixteen non-profit surance premiums salary
'. ../".... ," appointed by,the school Askew. orgamziations claim $800,000in increases, and other inflationary -
." ",'1. board. Jockei refers to" the princi- exempt property, while'' costs.
Hall also said he feels school pals and county level staff as cemeteries are listed at In recent years ,the hospitalhas
board candidates should run the "administrative team" $100,751. Sixty-five totally or been given a set amount
on a non-partican ticket: but and says his g"dlls to restore permanently disabled persons (last year around $70,000)( )
/ ,said he wouldn't push such ai I: harmony among the.administrators are given an additional $4,500 based on requirements of its
'". proposal pow,' that one big / Jockel madeut! clear exemption for a total of anticipated ,expenses rather
change at.a time is sufficient.Ofiijf to the 'school,board last'week $257,913 while U.S. govern- than a fixed levy. In view of

:: i in the fourhourmeetingihe he .VsiU. bring! .Jo. iL.many' ,menV-ownedJa.nds! ,accpunjjor= ; :., their proposed expansion. ,,, .,"
(from "progi-amf -however -"''''''
; board hppr'ov TecCrrimondations the .11I.4t2.! 'the ..
t .... p, twoyearcontracts-' for four learn... rather than from the The $400.000 additional tax trustees (eel they need the'
'; ;.: ;. 'county, administrators in a superintendent<< alone. revenue on the larger, roll security of a one mill levy In
,jl sharp departure from previous -" 'order to borrow money for
: practice of giving con matching capital outlay,
. .. contracts. The new'' funds.Although'.
', ..... t ,, tinuing ;
J, v policy of the school board was requested to

;JtJ"__. _' ,_'_-...,-.-....- ....aaa, Mp ..:..---..a the mended last major by now change departed recom- 1 1.submit the hospital its new board budget failed by July to

'hapman & Sons team lays six-inch plastic PVC water pipeon day. The system consists of some seven miles of pipe Supt. Jim Temple who servedhis do so because its auditor did
I' SR-225 east In Luwtey at the rate of about half-mile per final day Monday, June 30. not attend the last meeting.
Temple suggested that all BCII board members plan to
complete work on the budgetat
on continuing
Work On Water contract (CC) turn in those .. their July 24 meeting.
. Begins Lawtey System contracts and-ellow-lhehoard Grapevine reports about an

to give them one, two, or three austerity budget are begin-
I.AWTEY: Work began the borrowed and city money 1 year contracts. No administrator -' ning to circulate'!around the

middle of last week on must be spent before the grantmont.'Y has done so, however, courthouse, where department
is available. The apparently preferring the heads have been told
I 1.11tl'y'S new $420,000() water city
I Yltl'mI1l'11 Chapman & Co. in other words, cannot hold security of a continuing con- (unofficially) that they will
of Jacksonville started) laying back part of the money in a tract. "do well to get what they got
line reserve account somethingthe The school board carried last year" with no prospect ol
pipe i r
Law ley city fathers\ would { formerSupt. Temple's recommendation l salary increases for any coun-
So lur. the new project is have liked to do. as far as it could, ty employees under the
progressing well and Chapman Jackson & Sons of Pompano however, by awarding two jurisdiction of the (Com,
Is leaving the ditches Beach have the contract to year contracts to the only four mission
looking nice', says City Clerk build the underground tanks administrators did not EJ Adding to the tightness of
Lucille Shulord. and aerator for the project. already have CC status. The the situation is the prospect of

The town is constructing the The firms have 200 working four are Jim Duncan princi- the county having to assume
formerly controversial water days to finish the system, but pal at Lawtey Elementary: expense of operating the EMC
Joe I Hull assistant principal rescue units, which up to July
Mrs. Shuford says it is ex-
system with a $250,000)() I Farmer's
pected now the project will be at Bradford Middle School; 1 were largely subsidized by
Home Administration
loan, a $$100.000'IIA1\1 grant finished by the end of the year. Charles Hall, assistant Jocltelln The Hot Seat I Federal funds. Government
The pipe being<< laid is plastic principal at Bradford High support is now withdrawn
and $70.000 of the city'smimey 'advice "
"K\erjbody keeps giving me new
says however, and if the service
metal.If School and W.L. Kilpatrick, a
Only catch about the PVC Fittings are << office administratorwith Supt. Richard Jockei who is this week in the process of continues it must be financedby
to county
grant is that all of the any residents wants moving into the huge office occupied by resigned Supt. JimTemple. lunds. the
county During
the title of deputy
sign up for the city water, the super-
Jockei hit administrative in
by an reshuffling job second quarter of 1975
still has forms. intendent under Temple.
city clerk his first in office with the of
.. days resignation Wednesday operation of the units ran
still and Kilpatrick, however has
Residents can sign up former Deputy Supt. W.L. Kilpatrick who has resigned to go $18,400 which on an annual
and informed newly appointed
the meter
( [doom ( paying with former Supt. Temple Into a state job.
i f lap-in fee. both of which will Supt. Richard Jockei that his basis would mean the ex-
Jockei has installed blackboard in
after resignation will be,forthcoming. already a long Temple'sform'r penditure of $73,600 county
cost the homeowner Modern machinery takes the work out of the pipe-laying office. He and the school principals will sit around the funds.
: : It was clue to be formally
r.t; : project is complete. Mrs. nowadays. A tractor with a back hoe digs the trench, conference table and the item
*N' ;1.t ; top handed Jockel go over upcoming budget by With the one mill levy being
,\::. \ ..,.'I Shuford the says.water Every will resident have to photo and another follows behind, bottom photo using a afternoon (Wednesday yesterday, July Item. Jockei has invited the press to be present for every sought by the hospital board
taking front end loader to fill it
J' the water from up again. 2)). session. The new superintendent wants the administration to ($122.000)). $15,000 in race
Lr.IOVALl'MJIETEI1I';;: pay piping work together in determining policy as well as the budget. He track funds $73.6000 in
the line into the home. Kilpatrick was slated to be
city indicates the staff will have input in the decision on who will projected EMC funds and an
struggled over the placed in charge of the new
:; : propose water system for Unruly Inmate Refuses bus barn and operations replace the two vacant positions in the superintendent's additional $18.000)() (formerly
office Jockel needs an assistant or deputy superintendentand
ANSOC. Meeting several years, but center plus other educational curriculum director a
July s. 1 I2::IOp.m., negotiations got under way administrative duties and his
('0. ('0111. Room -seriously when the FHA of- Court Appointed' LawyerSTARKE salary reduced about $2,000
CourthousePlease I'eredtoJoan the city the down from the deputy super-
money. A controversy raged 'Decorum intendent's level. Kilpatrick Law Enforcement BudgetRequest
of thecourtroom court's
appointment saying
1 AttendCommunity over the cost of the-s'stem._ came to the county as deputy
-- thrown into that he defend himself.
was an would superintendent with
proposed rates and over Supt.
,' Chorus whether the loss of names of uproar Monday.June 30 whena The arraignment was Temple in 1972.
those signing up' for the prison inmate being With the resignations of
Croup: Recesses arraigned for first degree continued after Young had Shows Costs Up
contained only both Temple and Kilpatrick,
Until Aug. 24Ol'K system murder became been handcuffed and warned
----- qualified names. The systemwas and belligerent toward against any further demon- who is reportedly going to be a
(COUNTRY,\\' opposed by a group calling presiding antagonistic Chief Circuit Judge strations by Judge Crews. member of Temple's staff in STARKE The annual requested is about $40,000)( provide for the addition of one
themselves the Concerned Gainesville; the number of from than last employee at the
budget more
Celebration John J.. Crews., September 2 was set as the requests county year. county jail.
Citizens and the fight divided county personnel
Keystone Beach departments began as a slow
'trial date on the murder is cut from 17 to 15. "The new figures wilt Expenses other than
'- ,AII the town with some wounds $order was restored and the trickle and will become a
DayEveryone yet unhealed. The Concerned arraignment continued after charge, in which Young is At least one administratorwith steady stream before July 15, permit the addition of a jailerfor salaries ,0 the new amount
'I InvIted'IAN'E Citizens elected two men to the prisoner was restrained by alleged to have cut and a continuing contract, when the county commis- the county jail. On October being requested is $78.142,
the city commission.. handcuffs placed on the stabbed to death inmate Connie Clark, was under Supt. sioners will have the first of 1 we will begin paying the which is$27,680 more than last
-- defendant by order of the Darrel Lee Wingard ,on Temple assigned duties as a budget sessions before entire retirement costs for our. years approved amount of
judge. February' 27. Young entereda guidance counselor but would final many of the employees and this amountsto 50462. this will provide for
Sponsored by June RainfallJune Ricky Lee Young, charged plea of not guilty to the still have to be paid an ad- budget.adoption new nine percent of salaries, the increase in food costs and
Clubof with the first degree murderof charge. ministrator's salary. Had Kil One of the budget requests and for hazardous duty the other price increases and'' the
Keystone llgts. rainfall was 3.82 inches another prison inmate, Two more defendants en- patrick stayed and been submitted Monday to Clerk amount is 13 percent. We have new retirement benefits not
of the 50 Darrel Lee assigned to direct the trans- also had to include a sizeable formerly paid.A .
Friday,July 4 short year averagefor Wlngard. at tered pleas of not guilty and Gilbert S. Brown was from
9p.m..Iam.. that month, according to Florida State Prison on their trial has also been set for portation system and bus barn Sheriff Dolph Reddish, who is amount for food costs at the small increase'of $1,932
figures from three Florida February 27, became upset 2. operation a second adminis- requesting the amount 'of jail. Prices have almost has been included'' for new
c.snor.f Forest Service fire towers in when the court disallowed his September trator would have been $217.147 to be included for the doubled since last .year," operating equipment.The new

the county. petition o; the appointment of Vernon Houston Flowers, assigned a somewhat out-of- operation of his department. Sheriff Reddish said.: figure is t0.965 compared to'
the (Olummunitu&tatrVatik Totals for June;were: New another prison inmate as his 48. charged on two counts of field. beginning October 1. 1975.. last year's $9,033.'
River, 7.7 inches; Louis Hill 'defense counsel. Young'soutburst 'written threats to kill, pled not Board action in awardingthe Comparable costs betweenthe :The '
(Highland) .$.3; and Santa 'came- following the guilty Flowers was released two-year contracts locksin For the current year the new and old budget. figuresare same amounts
Fe 5.1. Average for the court's appointment of the, rrom .Florida State Prison on the three administratorsuntil Sheriff's Department has : n being requested for investigations. -
c"'III..a.T._,_aTf.d.ra U. county: was 6.03 inches. public defender to represent 'June 12, and was immediately after the election In 1976. been operating on a tight Salaries of deputies and, $4,600 and for the con- .
.poill IIMUTMC Ctrrf: The 50-year average for him in his forthcoming trial arrested on that date as he Board Attorney Gene Shaw budget of $177,175. assistants $99,182 compared to tingency fund. $5,000. Those"; ,\
June is 9.85 inches. Young refused to accept the. (See Page 4> suggested if the board The'' new' amount being $92,182 last year. Up $7,076 to (See Page 4)



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Page TELEGRAPH July 3.1915

I Pierce Home Setting For ReceptionThe Jayne Hardy --- -- --------

home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. John Andrews and Honored At A r.l r.------- ffIwJf : !
George Pierce, 706 Gene Mrs. Strickland invited the l w ;
Drive was the setting for guests into the dining room Brunch SaturdayMiss .
"open house" Saturday night where the refreshment table -

honoring Miss Jayne Hardy was covered with an Army- Jayne Hardy, bride- l QlaJy* Socisl ( Jilor, 964-
cloth and centered withan I/ooly '
and David Mendenhall. Navy elect was complimented at a --..... .... ------------ -
of yellow and ----------------------
arrangement --- -- --------
(Hosts with Mr. and Mrs brunch Saturday at 11 a.m. at --
white daisies. Mrs. Olin White
Pierce were Mr. and Mrs.
the Garden Restaurant givenby '
John Andrews Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. John Greene pre- Mrs. George Huggms, Miss Leonard Moores tv' ap Debbie Lewis
"Krvin' Andrews Mr. and Mrs. sided at the punch bowl. Sandra Huggins Mrs.
Vernon Heddish and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reddish invited Dewayne McRae, Mrs. Honored at House- r Honored At
the into the fam-
Mrs. Townsend Strickland. guests
Charles Darby Mrs. Randy
Mrs. Pierce greeted the ily and game room which was Johns Mrs. Lee Akridge Mrs.. Warming SundayMr. Bridal ShowerMiss
aL the door and highlighted with arrange- {
guests pre- Bob Ferguson Mrs. W.M. A
sented them to the receivingline ments of yellow and white Meng and Mrs. John Miller. and Mrs. Leonard Debbie Lewis of
composed of the honored daisies. The punch table in The U-shaped tables were Moore were honored at a Brooker, a June 28 bride was
Mr. and Mrs. J.E. that room was covered with a honored Tuesday night June '
couple. covered with white linen house warming Sunday after- pszM n 1 ,",
Hardy and Mrs. F.M. Men- white cutwork cloth and cen- cloths and centered with three noon in their new home on 24 at a bridal shower given l
denhall of Athens Ga. The tered with a crystal punch Mrs. Woodrow Thomas
arrangements of mixed Southgate Drive given by Mrs.. {
receiving line was formed in bowl presided over by Mrs. summer flowers. \Hand A.B. Whitehead, Sr., Mrs. ,.+ Mary Faulkner, Mrs. j t yt"
the living room where a large Carl Hurst. painted place cards markedthe Thornton Johns Mrs. Jesse Bakken and Mrs. Paul Ar, ;
tan shaped arrangement of Assisting in serving and seating arrangements for Ricks Mrs. Mark Moody, ner at the home of the latter
white gladioli yellow and caring for the guests were the 24 guests.An Mrs. Jimmy Thornton .Mrs. Water Street.
white pompoms baby's Mrs. W.B. Mundy Mrs. L.N. arrangement of roses J.G. Jackson, Mrs. Gary Games with prizes
breath and leather leaf fern Pickering Mrs. L.A. Canova enjoyed by the 25
graced the punch table and a Wheeler and Mrs. Buck
was placed in the center of the Mrs. Bobby Taylor, Mrs. bouquet of daisies hydrangeaand Norman. t during the party hours 7:30:
hreplace. Jimmy Crosby Mrs. Charles fern was on the piano. Mrs. Johns and Mrs. Ricks 9 p.m.
Darby and Misses Lynn Daisy corsages were pre- greeted the guests at the door The refreshment \table
Kathy Wood Pierce Lynn Moxley Debbie sented to the honoree, her and Mr. and Mrs. Moore and ELI i covered with a white
Bryant, Ann Allen Kathy Mrs. J.E. and cloth and centered with a
mother stood in the
Hardy daughter, Diane
and Lisa Reddish
Honored At Taylor Mrs. F.M. Mendenhall of receiving line. Janice Lott branch yellow
The hosts presented orchid ,
Athens Ga., mother of the The refreshment table\ was with white tapers. r
Bridal ShowerMiss corsages Hardy and to Miss Mrs. Hardy Mendenhall.Mrs. prospective groom. Miss covered with a white linen John WyckoffEngagement Bakken presided at the t" aM1
also the honored Hardy was also given a silver cloth and centered by a blue bowl. '
They gave from her hostessesas and white floral Two arrangements
Kathy Wood was couple the coffee pot to their compote a memento of the occasion. green arrangement. ToldMrs. daisies were used in the
honored at a bridal shower casual dinnerware as a Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Whitehead and Mrs. rooms.
Sammie Fowler of
Tuesday night of last week at memento of the occasion. Mrs. Gene Ivey of Portland al the The hostesses presented
Moody presided punch Jacksonville and P H. LoU
the home of Mrs. Wayne Approximately 250 couples Ore. and Miss June \ of honoree with a set of
Hardy table. Mrs. Thorntonwas
were invited to attend between Jimmy Jr. of Hampton announce the of vP
Teston. linens as a memento
Atlanta. in charge of the gift table. and approaching FT
and engagement
the hours 7 10
The refreshment table was p.m. occasion.
Approximately fifty guests of their daughter,
Those from out-of-town were marriage
centered with two heart
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mc- called between the party. Janice Lynn to John E.
shaped cakes featuring hours 2 and 5 o'clock. of Mr. and Mrs. Community
wedding bells with the bride Cellum of Jacksonville; Harry DUPLICATE BRIDGECLUB Wvckoff son
Poole Mrs. Maria McLendon RESULTSMrs. Stan Wyckoff of Miami.
and grooms names. Bernice Brinke * * ** The wedding is planned for Recesses Until Grable
Games were played and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. Wise and
awarded I to Teresa Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Paul Johnson were the Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade Friday July 11.
prizes 24
\\ood and Kim Hodges. !Mil. Sheppard Brunswick winning couple at Duplicate Mrs. T.T. Long and !Mrs. Miss Lott is a 1971 graduateof August 21 At First Baptist
Mrs. William M. Bridge Tuesday night. Dr. and Bradford High School and is
The honoree was presentedwith Ga.; Meng Clyde Sinclair attended the Bradford
i a set of Correll dining- St. Petersburg Mrs. Lee Mrs. Ari Watana were second wedding of their niece Paige currently a student at Santa The Chorus ii't Mrs. Steve Thomas was
Akndgc. Lake Butler; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wainwright "Fe" Community College. She is Community Buckley
ware by the hostess as a Pritchett to Edwards Shaver for the next and Mrs. matron of honor. Attendants
with the City of recess
memento of the occasion. and Mrs Keith Gillmgham were third. Saturday night in Albany, Ga. employed Gainesville.Mr. weeks. and Gary were Mrs.. C.L. Riles Mrs.'

Tampa. graduated Rehearsal will resume son J.L. Rossen Mrs. Rick God-
)!MK>1Mtc) IC9.OIge3111p0H1llt( _U_( on ... _1tJbOGlIIJt: : E4 OatD/<)OltA( C71 1t from Florida Wyckoff State University Sunday.August 24 at 3 p,m. Arlington frey and Miss Esther Pearson.
r 1 and the University of Florida the Methodist Grable The t matron of. honor and
where he received his mas- Hall. The group will united attendants were dressed alikein
: ter's degree in 1973. He is preparation for a at 8 p.m. yellow nylon organdy floor
,, ,- -w -- employed with the Division of program at that time. Church. length gowns embossed with
white daisies. They wore
interested in
Youth Services as Regional Anyone performed
Our New Director. is cordially invited. yellow picture hats with
was an yellow velvet ribbon and
yellow carried wicker baskets with
white yellow daisies and baby'sbreath

TransmaticService J & J ContractorsCement of each golden baby's'side tubing Little streamers.-with Misses yellow Celita velvet

Williams and Cindy Williams\
Itkt And MasonryAll of gar were flower girls and wore
green gowns similar to the atten-
Work Guaranteed were dants and carried white
t bows.' wicker baskets.
organist, Herbie Albert was ring-
Free I No Jr., bearer.
I program The bride given in
Saves YouTime I marriage by her father worea
I Estimate Obligation Oak was floor length gown of silk
Danny organza. The high neck full
Sammy sleeve and bodice front were
.. Prairie lavishly trimmed with Venice
-,. 4732000tl' of Clear. lace and satin ribbon. The A- I
I. .,' ., I ( of ,line ;skirt and detachable '
C Starke. chapel train were edged in a
deep band of Venice lace and
.I satin ribbon. Her three tiered
illusion fingertip veil was
secured by an illusion ban-
r 7 Dick /9ernini f deau embossed with daisies.
; She carried an arrangement
I BUILDING CONTRACTOR of yellow roses white daisies
Here's HowOur breath wedding lace
Sf",. .,Iif.J '
and English ivy in the shape ofa
CUSTOM. cross and was enhanced by
I 496-2185
I satin pecot streamers.A .
BUILT COMMERCIAL reception was held in the
church .Fellowship Hall. Mrs.
HOMES CONSTRUCTION Charles Darby greeted the
guests at the door and stand-
COUNTRY HOME CENTER LAKE BUTLER. ing in the receiving line were
__ the bride and their
Transmatic Service Is Available To All parents and bridal groom attendants.Miss .
JoAnn Crews kept the
t - - - bride's book: .
I Of Our Customers With Monthly Payments Wicker baskets .of white
My Daddy And Mama Sell I II daisies and baby\s breath

were used to decorate hall.
i Owed. I bSN '
The bride's table was
covered with a white satin

Guaranty Federal Savings & Loan Association] cloth wedding arrangement and cake centered flanked of 'with yellow by an a

etes daisies, baby's breath and
I leather leaf fern, Mrs. S.A.
Chenoweth and Mrs. M.A.

You Simply Authorize G. F. To Transfer The Payment r t Albert The cut punch the cake.table' was

r covered with a white satin
From Your Bank Checking Account Each Month. WaterMelons cloth and held two crystal
punch bowls encircled with
white daisies and fern.
Example Assisting In"lI4rvlng'were': :
/* Mrs. B.L. Pearson Mrs. W.L:

I You Now Write A Check For Your House Payment Each Month- I Harrell. Mrs., D.M.' Albert,
Miss Neva Flynn, Miss Cindy
Under Transmatic Service You Authorize Us To Transfer Your I In Smith 'Miss Margaret Ann
Norman and Mrs.C.A.Albert

Payment From Your Checking Account When Due "Following" a wedding trip to
St. Augustine the couple is
residing at Rt. 2, Box 113B-3. ,

Starke.Mr. Grable is a correctional

You Save Time & Money. I Load For The Holiday Weekend !Ml. officer Butler.Medical at the Center Reception. in. .Lake and

We Also Have Chilled Melons. '
No Check To Write No Stamp To Mail Check Or Transportation To Drop Check Oft. j Crawford Reunion

For Additional Information Call ; Open All Day Friday July 4th July 5 At Primitive


The Friendly Folks At G. F. Today TOMATOES 39 Lb PEANUTS Green 3 FoR 00 II I I Baptist ChurchThe

Crawford family
I 5.94. :fo 6.4:. % 6.98% 7.79% reunion will be held Saturday
."./"".' ",..co. ..wa c'v1" "00. ."P9C..0.,.v/.DO. ...... .,.DON Picnic Specials I July 5,starting at 1 p.m. at the
SJS%' 6.50% 6.75% 7.50%' I Union Primitive Baptist
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A iubatantlal,'penalty la required/ ..,Iy withdrawal. ..en certificate plena BREAD 4 FoJ1 I * * * *
Some Savings Programs are Sublet be withdrawn,' without" notice l

....... : s10S I I lI Mrs. T.T Long visited Mrs.
395 W. Madison 964-5000 ,, 'uIr ESLK Oz. 'ICE 500 A Bag II I D.C.from Forehand,Wednesday in Albany,to Sunday, Ga.,

Guaranty ate: --..--.- Mrs. Gene Ivey Jr.and son,
I *WH'TaTrGAINESVILLE. = Norman's FarmProduce Jim of Portland. Ore. are
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Federal spending five weeks with her
.. parents Mr'and Mrs. J.E.
I SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION L P4Di" Market Hardy.Mrs F.M. Mendenhall

: 220 Norm. Mon. Street" <37T.J344 of Athens, Ga:and son, David
350' W Univernty, AvIn, 373.B.s2' 3300 5 W Ac"., Poad'372-0431 tkT7 N. Temple Avc.96a6O71 Mendenhall, of Atlanta were
STAP.KE 396 W Madisonr9645op0KEYSTONE
i weekend guests of the Hardy
HEIGHTS: Lawrence!Boulevard a Sylvan: W.y( 73-49S2
Open iMon-Saf family. Mr. Ivey will join the
_1 .. .Ii I. _)lIMe2IrEt_S 1w/SE5/ _5 family Thursday to Monday.

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Pierce Home Set ting For Reception Jayne Hardy r--------------

The home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. John Andrews and Honored At A ; I
George Pierce 706 Gene Mrs. Strickland invited the
Drive was the setting for guests into the dining room Brunch SaturdayMiss !!
"open house" Saturday night where the refreshment table

honoring Miss Jayne Hardy was covered with an Army- Jayne Hardy bride- ; moot .Sociel .
and David Mendenhall. Navy cloth and centered withan elect, was complimented at a la t 3 y y .
arrangement of yellow and -
Hosts with Mr. and Mrs. brunch Saturday at 11 a.m.at
white daisies. Mrs. Olin White
Pierce were Mr. and Mrs.
the Garden Restaurant givenby
John Andrews Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. John Greene pre- Mrs. George Huggins, Miss Leonard Moores Debbie Lewis
Krvin Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. sided at the punch bowl.
Sandra Huggins, Mrs.
Vernon Heddish and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reddish In- Dewayne McRae, Mrs. Honored at House Honored At ::-_ __
Mrs. Townsend Strickland.Mrs. vited the guests into the family Charles Darby Mrs. Randy ;
Pierce greeted the and game room which was Bridal ShowerMiss
Johns,Mrs. Lee Akridge, Mrs. Warming SundayMr.
guests at the door and pre- highlighted with arrange Bob Ferguson Mrs. W.M.
sented them to the receivingline ments of yellow and white Meng and Mrs. John Miller. and Mrs. Leonard Debbie Lewis of
composed of the honored daisies. The punch table in The U-shaped tables were Moore were honored at a Brooker, a June 28 bride, was
couple Mr. and Mrs. J.E. that room was covered with a covered with white linen house warming Sunday afternoon honored Tuesday night, June
( and Mrs. F.M. Men- white cutwork cloth and cen- at bridal shower by
Hardy cloths and centered with three in their new home on 7 24. a given
dcnhull of Athens, Ga. The tered with a crystal punch arrangements of mixed Southgate Drive given by Mrs. Mrs. Woodrow Thomas, Miss
receiving line was formed in bowl presided over by Mrs. summer flowers. Hand A.B. Whitehead Sr., Mrs. Mary Faulkner, Mrs. Joey
the living room where a large Carl Hurst. painted place cards markedthe Thornton Johns, Mrs. Jesse Bakken and Mrs. Paul Faulkner t
Ian shaped arrangement of Assisting in serving and seating arrangements for Ricks, Mrs. Mark Moody, at the home of the latter on
for the guests were
white gladioli yellow and caring the Water Street.
24 guests. Mrs. Jimmy Thornton, Mrs.
Mrs. W.B. Mundy Mrs. L.N.
white pompoms baby'sbreath An of Games with prizes were
arrangement roses J.G. Jackson Mrs. Gary
and leather leaf fern Pickering, Mrs. L.A. Canova graced the punch table and a Wheeler and Mrs. Buck enjoyed by the 25 guests
was placed in the center of the Mrs Bobby Taylor, Mrs. bouquet of daisies, hydrangeaand Norman. during the party hours 7:30: to
Jimmy Crosby, Mrs.
f hreplace. fern the Johns and 9 p.m.
was on piano. Mrs. Mrs. Ricks
Darby Lynn
Daisy corsages were pre- greeted the guests at the door The refreshment table was
Pierce, Lynn Moxley, Debbie
KathyWood Ann Allen sented to the honoree her and Mr. and Mrs. Moore and 6., i covered with a white linen
Bryant Kathy mother, Mrs. J.E. Hardy and daughter, Diane stood in the cloth and centered with a five
Taylor and Lisa Reddish.
Honored At The hosts presented orchid Mrs. F.M. Mendenhall of receiving line. Janice Lott branch yellow candelabrawith
Athens, Ga., mother of the The refreshment table was white tapers. Mrs.
to Miss Hardy, Mrs.
Bridal ShowerMiss corsages Bakken presided at the punch
Hardy and Mrs. Mendenhall. prospective groom. Miss covered with a white linen John WyckoffEngagement
They also the honored Hardy was also given a silver cloth and centered by a blue, bowl.
from her hostessesas Two arrangements of
compote and white floral
Kathy Wood was couple the coffee pot to their a memento of the occasion. green arrangement.Mrs. ToldMrs. daisies were used in the party

honored at a bridal shower casual dinnerware as a Out-of-town guests included Whitehead and Mrs. Sammie Fowler of rooms. ,% '' 4
of the occasion.
Tuesday night of last week at memento The hostesses presented the
Mrs. Gene of Portland
presided at the
250 Moody punch Jacksonville and P II. Lott ow
Approximately coupleswere
the home of Mrs. Wayne invited to attend between Ore. and Miss June Hardy of table. Mrs. Jimmy Thorntonwas Jr. of Hampton announce the honoree with a set of bed r11 @
Teston. linens memento of the *
as a
Atlanta. in of the table.
The refreshment table was the hours 7 and 10 p.m. charge gift engagement and approaching occasion. P
Approximately fifty guests of their ,:
centered with two heartshapl'd Those from out-of-town were marriage daughter
cakes featuring !Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mc- called between the party. Janice Lynn to John E.
wedding bells with the bride Cellum of Jacksonville; Harry DUPLICATE;: BRIDGE hours, 2 and 5 o'clock. Wyckoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Community Chorus
Poole, Mrs. Maria McLendon CLUB RESULTSMrs. Stan Wyckoff of Miami.
and Games grooms were names.played and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. Wise Bernice Brinke and * * ** The wedding is planned for Recesses Until Martha Buckley-Gary Grable

prizes awarded to Teresa Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Paul Johnson were the Mr. and Mrs T.H. Slade, Friday, July 11. 24
Mil. Sheppard, Brunswick, winning couple at Duplicate Miss Lott is a 1971 graduateof August
\\ood and Kim Hodges.The Mrs. T.T. Long and Mrs. Wedding June 21 At First BaptistMiss
honoree was presentedwith Ga.; Mrs. William M. Meng, Bridge Tuesday night. Dr. and Clyde Sinclair attended the Bradford High School and is
SI. Petersburg, Mrs. Lee Mrs. Art Watana were second currently a student at Santa The Bradford County
a set of Correll dinmg- wedding of their niece Paige
will Mrs. Steve Thomas was
wure by the hostess as a Akridge Lake Butler; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Ed Wain- Pritchett to Edwards Shaver Fe Community College. She is Community Chorus Martha Sue Buckley,
with the City of recess for the next several daughter of Mr. and Mrs. matron of honor. Attendantswere
und Mrs. Keith Gillingham, wright were third.
memento of the occasion. Saturday night in Albany Ga.
Tarn oa. Gainesville.Mr. weeks. Gary T. Buckley, and Gary Mrs. C.L. Riles, Mrs.
Wyckoff. graduatedfrom Rehearsal will resume on Wayne Grable of Starke son J.L. Rossen Mrs. Rick God
r M 1e71 lUAIa6DAlE031fp0 _f I. Jl 1M ? EIe N)11tOt 1p(>41EtAIpCIrpo Florida State Universityand Sunday August 24 at 3 p.m. in of A.C. Grable of Arlington, frey and Miss Esther Pearson.
the University of Florida the Methodist FellowshipHall. Texas and Mrs. Melba Grableof The ''matron of honor and
where he received his mas- The group will begin Irving Texas, were unitedin attendants were dressed alikein

.,,,.. .... ter's degree in 1973. He is preparation for a Christmas marriage June 21 at 8 p.m. yellow nylon organdy floor
I }rM V employed with the Division of program at that time. in the First Baptist Church. length gowns embossed with
Youth Services as Regional Anyone interested in singingis Rev Ben Bryant performedthe white daisies. They wore
i Our New h Director. cordially invited. nuptials. yellow picture hats with
Centering the altar was an yellow velvet ribbon and
arch covered with yellow carried wicker baskets with
chrysanthemums, white yellow daisies and baby's
daisies and froths of baby's breath with yellow velvet
TransmaticService J & J ContractorsCement breath and jade. On each side tubing streamers.
p of the archway were golden Little Misses Celita
nine branch tree candelabras Williams and Cindy Williamswere
And MasonryAll against a background of gar- flower girls and wore
XV I lands of dogwood and green- gowns similar to the attendants
Work Guaranteed ery. The family pews were and carried white
e marked by white satin bows. wicker baskets.

eI Free I No Mrs. L.A. Canova organist, Hcrbie Albert was ring-
I and Mrs. R.W. Milner. Jr., bearer.
I soloist, presented a programof The bride given in
Saves You I nuptial music. marriage by her father, worea
I Estimate Obligation Tim Bates of Live Oak was floor length gown of silk
best man. Ushers were Danny organza. The high neck lull
T" Pearson of Raiford. Sammy sleeve and bodice front were
i 1
-,.,'\ '. d. 4132000d' 'Chenoweth of Grand Prairie lavishly trimmed with Venice
.., I Texas. Rick Godfrey of Clearwater lace and satin ribbon. The A- I
"" Time ( and Steve Thomas of ,line Jsklrl and detachable
I' Starke. chapel train were edged in a
deep band of Venice lace and
satin ribbon. Her three tiered

I ; tY I illusion fingertip veil was
w secured by an illusion ban
::Diet P j pnini' I deau embossed with daisies.
She carried an arrangementof
I% 1 t 'BUILDING IACTOR yellow roses, white daisies
Here's How w Slat C ft U baby's breath wedding lace
> and English ivy in the shape of
I CUSTOM a cross and was enhanced by
r il 496.21 i B5 I satin pecot streamers.A .

BUILT COMPHOMES t/IERCIAL/ reception was held in the
church I''ellowship Hall. Mrs.
CONS::TRUCTION Charles Darby greeted the
l guests at the door and stand
COUNTRY HOME CENTER. LAKE B BUTLER ing in the receiving line were

-=- -- -- the bride and groom their
Our Transmatic Service Is Available To All I parents and bridal attendants.Miss .

JoAnn Crews kept thebrlde's
- - - -
| Of Our Customers With book:. .
Monthly Payments I And Mama Sell Wicker baskets of white
My Daddy I daisies and baby\s.' breath

Owed. I .. were used to decorate the hall.
Co", The bride's> table'was
i l7i I covered with a white satin
cloth and centered with a
Guaranty Federal Savings & Loan Association! I wedding cake flanked by an

I arrangement of yellow
I the'Sweetest daisies baby's breath and
leather leaf fern. Mrs. S.A.
Chenoweth and Mrs. M.A.

You Simply Authorize G. F. To Transfer The Payment I I II Albert The cut punch the cake.table was

From Your Bank Checking Account Each Month. I WaterMelons I II II cloth covered and with held a two white crystal satin

II ; / punch bowls encircled with
white daisies and fern.
Example I Assisting insserrving'were: -
Mrs. B.L. Pearson. Mrs. W.L;
I You Now Write A Check For Your House Payment Each Month I II lIarre}!, Mrs. D.M. Albert.
Miss Neva Flynn" Miss Cindy
Under Our Transmatic Service You Authorize Us To Transfer Your I Smith, 'Miss Margaret Ann
Norman and Mrs. C.A. Albert.
Payment From Your Checking Account When Due. I I Following a wedding trip to
II St. Augustine the couple is

I residing at Rt. 2, Box 113B-3. ,
I Starke.
Mr. Grable is a correctional

You Save Time & Money I I I Load For The Holiday Weekend I I officer Butler.Medical at the Center Reception In. "Lake,' and

No Check To Write w No Stamp To Mail Check Or Transportation To Drop Check Off..1For We Also Have Chilled Melons. I Crawford Reunion t

Additional Information Call Open All Day Friday July 4th July 5 At Primitive

I Green.

The Friendly Folks At G. F. Today [TOMATOES 39cibJ PEANUTS 3FOR$100 Baptist ChurchThe

5.39. !' I 5.92:O 6.74% 6.9 8% 7.79n % Crawford family
/.../r/.44\' ...I.q... V.IC'.1 P.I'..., rf L.I.... reunion will be held Saturday,
\ IDOMW. the
Q 1'005.45 \ Picnic Specials: July 5.starting at 1 p.m. at
% 5.76% 6.50%' 6.75%' 7.50% I Union Primitive Baptist
fa0. I .b4cl.,.....,.I.:.. Say.Gc/.u.. .,C.'t ,.. ,4SCP'. .I :... ....\OCP' be..t Church. .
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invited to attend.
A substantial,penalty. Is required" lor early withdrawal certificate pl,"". BREAD * * * *
. Some Savings Programs are subiect to be withdrawn' without' notice, I 18

395 W. Madison 964-5000 :Oz.s'105 ICE 50 A Bag I IAt D.C.Mrs.Forehand T.T Long in visited Albany Mrs.Ga..

., ESLK: from Wednesday Sunday. .

i Guaranty ffiBfiiVO10vJ" --..--.- Norman's FarmProduce Mrs.Gene Ivey, Jr. and son,

i .... ---.- Jim. of Portland. Ore. are
Federal .." .L.I spending five weeks with her

i SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATIONutfiiafK\ Market parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.E.
Hardy.Mrs. F.M. Mendenhall
GAINESVILLE: 220 North Mam Street'377-3344 ,
of Athens Ga.'and David
3501 W University Avenue'373 848S 3300 S W Archer Road/3720431
I STARKC 395 W Madison9645000KEYSTONE 17 N. Temple Avc.9646O71 Mendenhall of Atlanta were
HEIGHTS Lawrence!Boulevard ft Sylvan Way((473-4952 weekend guests of the Hardy
Open iMon-Saf family. Mr. Ivey will join the
1. J r-'I.nnn.._ family Thursday to Monday.

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I Dorothy Stansel Reddy Cox: Death Toll

Wedding June 5 At Sexton Homer y k ht

leaves \ Of 23 Set

John Dennis DuPont of St.
Augustine was best man. Over July 4
Miss Cathy Forson of St.
Augustine served as maid of
honor. She wore a Victorian }; TALLAHASSEE The traffic
style gown with candlelightlace t fatality prediction for this
bodice and Tropicana pink r a4 year's Fourth of July weekend
r organza skirt. She carried a ..rv Is 23 persons with the holiday s
9Ii colonial bouquet. of pink car period beginning at 6 p.m.,
nations and tinted daisy Thursday July 3. and ending .c Y
mums accented with baby's i at midnight Sunday. July Ii. tfin,
breath. says
The bride, given in 1 : J. '

marriage by Coach David r _'tk I! W1p Ate
Hurse wore an organza over
,satin empire gown with Day ;
scooped neckline and long for Mrs. Edward Norman

organza trimmed with lantern organza sleeves ruf- n A Al in 50th

llmg and pink velvet ribbon f nel Anniversary
running through a band of ,
vcnise lace. A band of the Edward Nor couple on lop (he next layer
same ribbon and lace en- last Road celebrated i \I us held by pillar posls ;'uut
circled the empire waist and lives anniver set off\\ ilh crystal (' l'm'IK'lIs.
ruffled hemline. Her chapel June 8, Irom 2 to yellowIcing and roses! AI
length multi-tiered sheer illusion Bayless Highway each end ol the! cake table
veil fell from a matching dining hall at a were arran ('m'nls ol .u-llow
organza and satin headband start by their roses baby's hrciitli and
trimmed with pink velvet Edna Jones. greenery.The .
running through(( a band of iI and Herbert
venise lace. She carried a A I and punch table was
nosegay and white car 11 lit and eight covered with a law cloth OUT
nations wile rosebuds and were gold and centerediih a i
daisies accented with pink guests that crystal punch loin I fiu-ircli-d. /
streamers and baby's breath. 15 with greenery mid day lilies
She wore a gold engraved disc Mr. and Mrs. E. L.'Norman Hanked by Isle candles...
and fine gold chain around her each Crosby greeted Presiding at the punch Uiwl I
neck a gift of the groom.A Celebrated 25th Anniversary and the door and \\l''eII'S., Barium TlmrM|

Dorothy Ann Stansel ."> at 7:30:: p.m. at" the home of reception was held in the sign the guest mid Judv Junes.Attending .
daughter of Mrs. James Bernard Mr. and !Mrs. !Michael Sexton Sexton home in Conerly Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Norman Mrs.Jimmy Reddish opened'and kept by Dar- I the gill table
Stansel of SI. Augustine with J. K. Kelly performing Estates.: celebrated their 25th wedding displayed the gifts The Standing in the wore Carolyn t'ribbs. VirginiaRobert /
and the late Mr. Stan!>l'I. and the nuptials.The The bride's table was covered anniversary on Sunday, June gift table was covered with awhite' ; were Mr. and and Nancy ('I''h! ) ('
:Michael '1'. "Reddy" Cox olMarke. couple repealed their with a gold cloth and centered 29, with a reception at their cloth trimmed with and their gills were accepted nl Hit-
.. son of Mr. and Mrs. 1. duublering'uws before a pair ( with a tiered wedding home on Bayless Highway. lace. Above the gift table wasa door by lii'iH'vit'vi'; Siilano.:
cake topped with a bride and Greeting the guests at the Linda Ruth Norman. Donna IIIITIK
Kdward: Cox.ol SI. Augustine! of flair standard candelabras large arrangement of
won united in ll1i11'riage.June dl'l'oruledith magnolia groom in a delicately structured door was Mrs. Linda Kay lavender and pink pompoms Martha Harris and/ Connie Conner.Serving .
gazebo. The cake was a Johns who presented them to with a large silver 25 in the Joiner cut the as Hour hostesses
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--- i line were Allie :MaiKelly., bin
Mrs. J.T. Prevatt who the receiving composed of center. centered on a
(fJflT created it. The punch bowl Mr and Mrs. Norman their Assisting in serving were with a lace and \\hitclu-ad. Ruth Sl iiii'auger, :"
was encircled with ivy and son. Wayne and daughter, Mrs. Robert Whitehead Mrs. the cake and Anna truth.Johnson. llcli-n
r WEIGHTWATCHERS 1 tropicana roses.Following Margaret Ann. Mrs. Larry L.M. Norman Jr. and Mrs. of entwined Sapp. Louise :Nornliin: and Iris
a wedding trip to Cone of Miami was in chargeof Jerry Dyal. Larry Williamswas The cake was Crosby were in dlal'nl!( the
I North Carolina and South the guest book. in charge of the decora- Mr. a love seal relreshnienls.'
Florida the couple is residing The cake table was covered tions and assisted throughoutthe
at Crystal Lake. with a white lace cloth over a evening in all areas.
The bride is a junior at pink liner and centered with a For the occasion Mrs. Nor Williams Favors.
Flagler College in St. four tiered cake decoratedwith man wore a floor length pink I
July Special Augustine majoring in physical pink roses and silver gown with pink and silver Mrs. Crime Laws
education. She is a member leaves. The cake encircled accessories. Miss MargaretAnn Mrs.
of the Rebel's Softball with pink carnations was Norman wore a white '
team in Jacksonville.The flanked by silver candelabra.The floor length gown with pink get- I IKS Ix-causo! "I''Hanialllll1al !!(
; past year Mr. Cox cloth was decorated with flowers. day on "law and \\a 's costs' t more 11I11111' '."
l taught math in the Bradford pink and silver ribbons and Approximately 150 guests was praised He also toted against!( the
Middle School and was on the fern. Mrs. Vernon Reddish called between the hours of 3 Williams in a impeachment nl Insurance
Bradford High School coach and Mrs. Lowell King served and 5 p.m. !.' Rotary Club l'nm iuissioner'I'nnt O'M.illcy.:
ing staff. In September he will the cake. The' local legislator! said be'
teach math at the high school Punch was served at two * * * ; week said he was had brought serious! charges!(
and continue with the coach tables in an adjoining room. the three-year against t (;im ('tunr.lskett and
ing staff He is a graduate of The tables were also Mrs. Abdoul Alivandi and and and sentence for .Attorney (;ieneral) Slu-vin and
Staunton Military Academy, decorated with pink and silver son Besjon of Tampa are a gun in the declared' ( he' could l "b.ick up"
Slaunton. Va.; Gordon Military ribbons. Presiding at the spending this week with her a crime such Ihecharges.! "I am proceeding
College. Barnesville, Ga. punch bowls were Miss Vickie parents Mr. and Mrs. M.M. e, and assault with tills" \\iUiiim* wild.
Before After and Norman Mrs. Gary Buckley Mr. belief that it
Flagler College St McRae before leaving with
Augustine. Mrs. Steve Thomas and Mrs. Mr.Alivandi for Iran for three !.' to the use One ol I he new hills mentioned
Sincerely Guests at the wedding 'and Gary Grable. where Mr:Alivandi will in guns by crimi by \\illuims! oat \the
; and liro.\\lh; \ : :Management", Act
,. reception included the 'rad- be employed. '
/0' Madeline-Miller' (ford High coaches and ing critic nth 1 !!-..j..S''if'n.Jrrequires' nil r'Jnnda
__ ; Area Director' Principal Charles Francis and BPW Club Makes Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Dukes and 'Williams sail( counties and miitncipalilies lo
"There was a time when I was overweight just their wives. and daughters spent last more strict" in adopt growth plans l h\ num.
(criminals :and "this means! thai some !staleugeney 1
like you. I then lost 41 pounds on the WEIGHT * * * Plans For 7576The World.Monday to Friday at Disney (' with the atti- will come in and do I the'

WATCHERS PROGRAM...the very same pro do-gooders" job lor us II we don't do it. and
gram I want to introduce to you. !Mrs. Cleone Hazen of Professional Starke Women Business met and Mr. and Mrs. John R. Smith three are more inter well have to |I"I\ the bill.tlliiims ."
LaCross was Sunday visitor of tives of criminals \\ !said.
attended her 1965
If you are at least 10 pounds overweight. I wantto Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. Lillian Monday June 23, with Mrs. School class reunion at Kan. of their vic (Cn the subject{ ol increasingcost ,
invite you to join WEIGHT WATCHERS during the Hilton Hotel in Jackson- "i"L t ol governmentilliatns,
the month of July for only $5.00 --you'll save Gregory J. Gay has been presiding.The meeting was opened ville Saturday night. They he voted !said. "I 111111 opixised In giving
named to the spring term !.' the Depart any more money/ to !gutern-(
$3.00 on the combined registration and first with discussion and planning "
Dean's list at Mars Hill Mr. and Mrs. Leo Okla. out of the inent' lo spend.'
week fee. College. for the year 7576. A few of the Champion at '
projects discussed were the visited their cousin Mrs. John
and it with to our next sponsoring of a vaccin- Overman and family in
So clip this ad bring you Miss Martha Dennis polio Caught In Tampa
Albany Oregon the past three I
meeting." daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. ation project; scholarship for weeks.
Dennis and Miss Louise Willisof women to further education; burg
In Starke We Meet At The Recreation film and speaker on health inmate Gar!
Ocala have returned from a Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brookinsand E.L. Law Henry > :.Spires.
Center On Pratt St. ten day tour of the New concerns Miss Della for women.Rosenberg daughter Karen, of Cartersville Mrs. officials in 211.:! In breaking a lock Irom a
gavea window'
England states. Lake ol I the UPJHT story ol
Ga. weekend Hillsborough
Every Monday At 7 PM report on the state conven- guests of Mrs. E.C. Dukes. join two the county jml.1' 1l'') lowered
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill tion.Refreshments Karen remained for two for of the Union themselves' to the ground 1 \\ ith
For More Information Call Toll Free Costello at Lake Brooklyn were served ho a rope they made Irons l>cdsheets
weeks. Mrs. Dukes also had as escaped on
the Mrs.
1-800-342-9155 during the past week were Mr. by hostess Saturday visitors Mr. and and mattress covers! in
and Mrs. Bob Seymour of Ore- Mrs. Curtis Edwards of Lake their ,jail cell.
-_...,- -.. .....,...__. ,..--..- gon City. Ore. and Mr. and Walden City. the escapees The
two '
.m-..- '.. -.... .. .......-....... ..-.- ... Mrs. Steve Gilbert of Charleston of them was prisoners.oimu
W, Va. Repper millPII'I'S.: werebeing
Franchise 30 Only Jackie Brooks Mrs. Bess Burns of Jack dall
Coupon Good In and all
0 held lor the !state in the
sonville spent the past two with
I'nion jail pending
Wedding July 3 weeks with Mrs. Hildabelle Mr. robberies County
of their t transfer! to the Lake
Bence at Kingsley Lake. com Hut lor Reception and Medical:
Held Over By Popular Demand Mrs. Jean Walden of Waldo day making their Center.
announces the approaching Mr.and Mrs. W.S. Gibson of Mr. !.' are suspect
of her Goldsboro. N.C., former
marriage daughter of rob-
4th Of July Week-End Special. Patti to Jackie Brooks son of Starke residents were !\ St. Petersburg Both were Irom I Dux III I
Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Williamsonof visiting friends here Mondayand County., where they were
Our Truck Load Sale At Hampton.The Tuesday. and Repper. 47. convicted on charges ol armed
We Still Have Grills Left Over From wedding will be an Mrs. ; Patrick l'ohht.I'l'unmlll t 1 1 in

Same Low Price These Are_Popular Brand Arkla Advertised event of July 3 at 8 p.m. in the Bill Wainwright and 23.: has also Duvnl County.Spires .
Grace Baptist Church with ,daughters Julie and Marion with aiding and was lo Ix-gin serving/!
Grills l- PlIT Rev. Leon Odom performingthe of Tallahassee were Saturday escape from a (enear !sentence and
Model TsocFaataryListM4l.1l nuptials. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J.R. ville jail on June Repper! a. live carsentence/
IIUI There will be a reception Wainwright.Local : Repper 'on the charges lor whichconvicted.
following in the church annex. another prison .
.10 All friends and relatives of admittances to Brad-
CASK the couple are invited to at., ford County Hospital this up
'IICEI tend. week include:' Ann Truett of at
$8'800 Brooker; Loren Waters Mrs.
.' r,o+ i111A11/. Virue Todd. Mrs Karen

st",\ 1., Supskey Gary Bramble Mrs.
Annie Tomlinson, Mrs
Ha Fits ar Mattaaty la awl 'Alvonia Summerlin. Karen of Week

TRUE IITIIIR FLAVIRI Rowe and Elbert Martin. !
Portable Mr.
Starke; Mrs. Fronie Moody.

I* CbaiaaaftliaaMalalityaaraada Mr. and Mrs George Lake Buller; Mrs. Wilma Sr.class
Graham and
Model I -aaaanariaa far dlComplete Ragans, Jr. of Raiford" an- Bertie McKinney Forsyth Raiford.; Club

....1.. nounce the birth of a son, _
I Robert Kinsey, born June 23 in ._
.Ptriabtof Pail..<.1.! lift the Alachua General Hospital.
Maternal grandparents are r.
With Gas, Crt..d. Ins aaltt ALL II ILIII! I IIBTTW8. Mr. and Mrs. F.C..Cone of j .

Greenville; paternal grandparents \
DaluxaQrillFaataryLiit(21S.M areMr., and Mrs
IriR AFfIINIi George and ans, Sr. of ALL WEDDING /j
Madison great grandparents AND '
are Mr. and Mrs. I
TNUCKL/AI SUE PRICE Ruben F. Hamrick of Green MUST BE
w1'11011YOI ville. I
$1260 A.IEitrI1111ordSale .

Published rvtry Thursday .BE PUBLISHED AS .
\ ..
Good Fri t Sat Starke at 138 W.Florida:Call Street 32091 Closer&Closer..

Second Clan postage paidat YClr,
GJUJEUUJIWW( rnm oaaaE Stark,Florida car y 1.f

E aJ (BJOOlaJGJ(! 7 SubwrlplionRatttrIn "ad..r.al" ".00 per will s. Apt. ( To Opening Date ,

'KEYSTONE ,>;earl .,IO II* months

LAWRENCE BLVD Across.473-4351 Stoat Ffom Bank HEIGHTS OiiUktotradtarra' : 17.00 ....... ,....., ,

p+r.vrar;h."six months -

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TELEGRAPH July 3, 1975

I Speeder Caught At Baldwin After Car Hits Stop Sign Mon For Robbery Arrested; HAMPTON By Joaepblne AREA Fontalnlt. NEWS

STARKE A local speederled count of fleeing and at. When Waters called for The pursuit ended at 6:50: counts of willful and wanton STARKE Ernest Lee Hill, RECREATION!/ Michael Gehron, of Ft.
city, county and state tempting to elude a police Varnes to stop, the driver took p.m., 30 minutes after it reckless driving, one chargeby 24, of Gainesville, has been Lauderdale spent several
police officers on a wild 30 officer, at the end of his off in the vehicle, with tires began, with the speeder the Florida Highway arrested and charged with Craft classes will be con days with then,and a few days
minute chase on heavily dangerous ride and incarceration screaming loudly. Leaving hemmed in by 11 police Patrol, and the other by the robbery of Dahmer's Discount tinued through the summer at with them after they returned
traveled US-301, before his in the Bradford from In front of the police vehicles after the stop sign City of Starke. Varnes was House on East Call Street. the City Hall and Recreation to Hampton. The Olivers
vehicle was brought to a County jail. station, Varnes turned right brought him to a halt. also charged with fleeing and According to officials three Center, Wednesday afternoons enjoyed a nice visit on, their
crashing halt when it collided City Police Officer Wilber and headed north on Walnut, He was booked into the attempting to elude a police people entered the store from 2:30: to 4:30.: way back home with their
with a stop sign at the intersection Waters said Varnes, driving a then left on SR-16 to US-301, Bradford County jail at 7:40: officer. around noon Tuesday, and granddaughter and husbandand
of US-301 and Interstate 13 Nova, made a couple of continuing northward with p,m. and charged with two while the clerk was waiting on SENIOR CITIZENSDue great-grandson, Chris, all
10 at Baldwin. high speed turns around the Waters in hot pursuit. Waters another store customer, sev- to the 4th of July fallingon of Atlanta.Mr. .
Larry John Varnes, 20, of block at city hall and the police was joined in the chase by eral small hand-guns were the regular meeting night, and Mrs. Edward
Starke, was charged with two station, late Monday afternoon Police Officer Kenneth SR-16 Paving Bid Is Let taken by the three along with the Senior Citizens will meet Fontaine and children, of
counts of willful and wanton June 30 about 6:20: Carlton. Waters radioed the day's bank deposit. July 11 for potluck and regular Oxford, Conn. have returnedto
reckless driving and one pm. ahead for assistance from the TALLAHASSEE A $728,859bid on SR-16 from SR-200 (US-301)) The three, two black males meeting their home In Oxford after a
Florida Highway Patrol was let Thursday, June 26, to the northwest city limits of and one female, made their visit with Mr. Fontaine's
Trooper L.G. Manning of to Hubbard Construction Co. Starke. escape in a 1970 Oldsmobile. CITY NEWS parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfrid
the FliP joined in the pursuitnear of Orlando to repave and The bids was part of Hill was apprehended by Fontaine.
IS THE PARTY OVER? the Bradford Furniture widen 1.3 miles of SR-16 from $12,506.979 for 23 road and police officers but the other The City Council meetingwill ,
Company on US-301. The US-301 west to the Starke city bridge construction projectsfor two were able to get away. be held at 8, July 8, at
speeder was clocked at 120 limits. which bids were opened Investigator George A. Hampton City Hall.
There's no getting around the fact that your high mph by the trooper on the No date for construction during the monthly bid-letting Tomasovitch is in charge of
heavily traveled No to '
highway. the :
school years are some of the best you'll ever have. Good one could pass the speeding begin has yet been given in Tallahassee. robbery investigation. FRIENDS&NEIGHBORS

friends, good times, lots of laughs. Maybe even a little vehicle because the driver either the county or the city.A Mr. and Mrs. Jo B. Oliver of
learning But now that you're graduating,you really haveto was swapping lanes from small amount of right-of- Hampton have just returned
decide, "Is the Party Over?" right to left inner to outer. way necessary for the widen- 2 BCDA Ten ins Up In Augtennial from a seven weeks vacationin r
The high speed chase ing has been secured by the the mountains of North
For some of your classmates, it probably is. They'll continued through Lawtey, county, according Clerk from Carolina.Whilethere their two -
where the other officers were Gilbert Brown. The The Chamber of Commerce plans County and
settle into jobs that aren't anywhere and that'swhere county Elzie Sanders. grandsons, Jimmy
going joined by Mashal M.M. Jordon has been reluctant to expendits Board of Govenors will vote Judge di.
they'll sit. With their memories.But and Bradford County Deputy secondary road funds on a today (Thursday, July 3) on The 1976 Bicentennial came ..Sewing Class ,. I17a t"l
John Dempsey. With five two names to submit to the, up for discussion in the June
project it feels is needed less ,.Set Next Wednesday .
in life, And
if want to places can.
you go you .rQREVIVAL.
26 executive
vehicles in pursuit the speeder than others in the county, but governor to fill vacancies on committee meet- First session of the stretch CQ(
there's one job that can start you out on the right foot continued to evade them. reluctantly approved spend- the Bradford County Develop- ing with the possibility of the sewing class sponsored by the ,..
better than any other we know of.' The Marine Corps. He went over the SR-228 ing up to $2,200 to keep from ment Authority.The Chamber participating in Starke Recreation Depart-
overpass near Baldwin at an losing the state funds. governors meet todayat some special way. It was sug- ment will meet at 7 p,m. next
After boot camp you'll get top notch training in a estimated of miles The of Starke gested that Judge Sanders,
speed 115 City must 12:15: p.m. for lunch at the chairman of the Wednesday, July 9, at the I .,,
specialized career. The kind of top notch training only per hour when his car got out move utilities, power and Garden Restaurant.The Bradford Pratt Street I Recreation Begins Sunday at the exciting
of control and went into a long sewer lines, but has not County Centennial Com-
the Marines can They have over 400 different yet Center
give you. mittee, brief the board First Baptist Church In
slide near the bottom of the begun work on that, accordingto BCDA terms of Arthur on The first session was
jobs and if you qualify, you can take your pick. Jobs overpass. After correcting the Streets Supt. SR. Hicks. Gaskins, Lawtey poultryman, current plans. originally set last Wednesdaybut Starke.
like Air Traffic Controller, Telephone Technician, Air. slide he made a left turn off of Hubbard's bid call for 1.363 and Arthur Bruno, Hampton Glenn Sapp, investigator for the session was not an-
craft Mechanic. Even Criminal Investigator. Jobs that SR-228 back onto US-301, then miles in medium grading a grocery man, expire in the state attorney's office who nounced and not enough Bill Duke
was asked to speak on a new
west the Mac- four-lane August. Gaskins has declinedto
proceeded on facility, a concrete students showed up to hold a
offer a challenge. Excitement. And a real future, bad check law, will be unableto
you clenny road. wearing course, storm sewers run again. Bruno has class.. Steve Cooke,
in or out of the Marines.If Other officers from Baker and small drainage structures agreed to serve. The Cham- meet with the chamber due
the city of Baldwin, ber's Executive Committeehas to a military obligation, but
you think you've got what it takes, a job in the ,County and a trooper from Duval Law Cost. recommended the re- will meet for the August 7. Village Hardwareand Two young evangelists will
Marines is a good place to start. Call now for more County had now joined in the .. appointment of Bruno and fora board meeting. be preaching and singing
information. chase, with the driver eluding nomination to be submitted Present at the Executive nightly at the First Baptist
them all up to this point. (From Page 1) today to fill the second Committee meeting last Garden CenterThe Church, July ,-",7:30 p.m.

((904)) 377-3245 The driver finally lost were the same amounts in last vacancy. 'Thursday were President
Do It
elect Harold Davis, Past- Plate For
control of his vehicle a second year's budget. The governors will also: 1)) You are invited to share
Collect time and it went into another The salary of the sheriff appoint the 1975 Calf President George Pierce, Yourselfers the blessings of these ser-
((800)) 423-2600 Toll Free long slide of 250 feet before which is fixed by statute will Scramble Committee, 2)) Reddish Vice-Presidents and Freeman Sandra Lumber & Bldg Materials vices.
crashing into the stop sign at receive an update on Bi-Cen-
The Marines are looking for a few good men. the intersection of US-301 and increase to $20,258' from lastyear's Register III, Treasurer John Cement Products
Thru July 24 Interstate 10, near Baldwin. figured 16974.' Bradley, and Executive Vice- "The Church with a Heart,
first work --
The budget
President John Myers. PVC Pipe In the Heart of Starke'
session has been set by the Unrulylnmate...
county commissioner's for Electrical & Plumbing
Tuesday, July 15, at 7:30: p.m, Supplies Ben P. Bryant
(From Page 1)) Pastor
Fertilizer & Insecticides
Celebwte came through the gates of the
Tight Budget... prison. Flowers is alleged to Benjamin Moore Paintsa William GeorgeMin.
have written threatening Stains .of Music
letters in which he stated that Members of a Mohammedansect
(From Page 1)) he would kill Circuit Judge carry jade amulets to Located High way 21 N. Travis Kimbril
Gunter and protect themselves from an-
Stephenson a
paid to Jones Ambulance County social worker upon his noyance and injury! 473-3663 ? Min of Education
service and now also going to release from prison. -- ---
t/w the EMC operation), the totalof Flowers is being held in the
hospital-related expenses Bradford County Jail on bondof
would be some $228,000, according $100,000. BIG SAVINGS BII! Thurs Fr
to figures released by James Daniel Ricks, 20, of AT OUR -
the clerk's office. Starke, entered a plea of not
The first night session on the guilty on a charge of statutory 1 ntmmrn & Sat
budget'will be held .sat 7:30: ':r rape and his trial date was set I
p.m.Tuesday, July 15. for SeptemberZ.. ... :.. t k ioiththSt t Black Mole'sRed W '

Fin Brick Swords *

Keystone Auto Service TetrasFREE Black Red Tails "

Front End Alignment Tune-Ups VaritusGreen

PATRIOT'SPICNIC Lube ft Oil Change Welding Fr10nN rn Swords

Commercial Circle Keystone .

473.4052 l.iI\ \ 1, 4 $100
4732216'II \ lHI. FOR
-1111\\ \ WATER,

PAK I MELONS ,.,...y. Zodiac

STUDENTSCHILDREN LADIES, MEN'S LEVI'SLargest I \.11.' i\\\\\\ _Withse 9Orr'Mor.f- i? Flea Collars 44

Selection and Size Range In South ? Ea
."' -.
BOOTS: Tony Lama, Justin. Fry, Texas, Dingo, Acme and ..
99 $9.25 VALUE Larry MahanSHIRTSPanhandle ,, Owner

Slim,Karman, Larry Mahan. Hang Ten, Harry & Kathleen CollierCENTER

$ 6 { plus cooler HATS:' Stetson levi Roper, American and Resistol

HORSE: Saddles,Halters, Bits Blankets, Bridles, Grooming ,STARKE .
and poster. Supplies, etc. .,

Master Charge end BankAmericard Welcomed
212 E. Call St.
Little Dude Western Store

COMPLETE PICNIC PAK 902 South Edgewood Avenue - - -

Jacksonville Florida 384-1210 'rI -

Monday Thru Friday: 9 A.M. Til 9 P.M..

12 pieces fried chicken FREE 4colorPatriotic Saturday: 9 A M. Til 6 P.M. ,1315/8.7>31HOW I Meyer'sHome I II

6 2 salads-your rolls| choice Poster I WOULD I I YOU I II LIKE I Center, Inc. I

while supply' lasts.

48 OZ. '[:: :] TO I BE ABLE TO HAVE MANY THOUSANDS I I I Commercial!, Circle 473-4006
6 poster per OF PEOPLE/ TO I PERSONALLY I II SEE WHAT I Your ACE Hardware Store I
cups, plates, s YOU I HAVE FOR I SALE?

napkins, wet naps & THEN TAKE IT TOWALDO 10% off We Now Have A Small Portable,

I Full Line Of f BarOn I

FREE COOLERwith .8 FLEA MARKET I CometHouse HomeliteChain B- I

purchase I Saw Grill Quel

while supply lasts. 1 Mile N on U S 301 Waldo. FlaTo Wares &Priced Accessories Right $943 I

One cooler per customer.Offer .

., Rent A Stall-Call Complete Line Of Paints

good at participating restaurants & Sundries

Thursday July 3 thru Sunday July 8, 1975.
((904)468-2255 l ) i 100%
A Division of Munford. Inc.

,:. Wishb(&iie.Fried Chicken OPERATING EVERY FRIDAY I I SATURDAY I I I --a-8-8 Lawn Food I I


BEGINNING JULY 18th If; Lbs. $45O $J30Page"
236 S. Temple'Starke. Phone 964-5858 & 50 Lbs. I I

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family centers

U.S.301 South S G Starke Fla. .
MaJJHalsi, ,
();""MUM W'd'I"!! 8SAYELLE 11"" SII'lt"q.' Sun12106J MOTOR! PICNIC





COOKING 90Z. 51 Ct.


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SETSsinool C .,SE $9188 BALLS M r1/
Box i of 6
ain I Wmw




I 1 $300 I I FENCE 67CWmW

I /.'. ... '>'> White or Black


$750 SIIS$1188JARS 9 INCH 100 CT. 1t







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TELEGRAPHJuly 3. 1975
Page 0

r At Eckerd's you know the prescription IIAJI AMIRICAIID[ I

is right .and the price is right too!

We fill more than two million prescriptions each I Open July 4th
month. Our volume means lower prices, and I I
prescriptions filled from the freshest possible drugsALUMINUM I 9AM6PMALRCA x_ (

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39 28 LIMIT 3.9 Steven Arthur Cooke will be
TWO the music director during the
I ; LIMIT Youth Led Revival at the First
ONE Baptist Church July 69.
# Steven Cooke is a student at
the University or Florida
r Gainesville Florida. lie is a
member of Bayshore Baptist

I LIMIT ONE DePree SUGAR TWIN / LIMIT TWO 50 ci. 100 CT. PAPER DAKHOLLAND serves Church in in the Tampa Youth where Choir.he
Steve participated InR.A.'s
I 1 SUGAR ...., HOT&COLD 1 Pound canned boneleti. nessing groups and drama. He
J SUN TANLOTION I REPLACEMENT 111 fully cooked ham No refrigeration graduated from lligh School

I i .100, CT | T-88 POLAROID t WHITE 9 INCH o,r-,... 1-LB.CAN required. with time honors.he is At working the present on a
\\J SIZE m. musical based on the Lord'sSupper
I 4 OZ REG. 1,39 COLOR FILM CUPS \ REG. 2.09 .

:ii I I L. 99C \ 319 LIMIT STYROFOAM REG.7 57'oz ONE- 33 891 LIMIT REG.%r.jaKSv ONE 67 163 up t

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A..;r.;: \ HAIR SPRAY. 1 6 9 .::;;:<:::<::: ::;::: :|:;:::|::::: .
a a FAN II r Sunday Baptist Men
:mmm FROM 1jrm I t.Beam construction.Site 29%"x 74": 1r1M; : Breakfast 7:00: a.m.; Sunday
.' GALAXY :::;::;:! TEA r{ 1: FRITO LAY 11mm 1 ::{' 11 OZ. REG. MENTHOL, LIME LIMIT ONE MODEL II: 5\11#, unC"4 iii Worship. 11OOa.m.: ; Church
1 11 1i !
) 1 :i
2151 IIINONTIP 3 OZ. JAR TWIN PAK m Training, 6IS: p.m.; Revival
:: :i;!:::;i: ::::; REG. :::::
., ::::: ;::::: 7:30 ,
REG. 1.49 = :
s COLGATE '::::: BASE ggi ::::::::: vwtM mau REG 89 '::'::::': 9.99 :8i::::::::! p.m.Monday .

INSTANT SHAVE 4a IIII111111 r s ONE LIMIT 9111111111;! mmVINYL .e Ie 68 !Illlilll! 7881#: 6:45 p.m.:Tuesday;p.m.Revival; Youth-Girls Helen 7:30: Choir.Ensemble p.m.Masters 7:00:

I :::'!. : r: I I( Group. 10:00: a.m.; Ida Darby
t ) t 1
:' %%'1 : ,: vtufl> !' ....... 7 OZ. TUBE SHAMPOO LIMIT ONE ::,:;.:;:.;:.::.: :::.;:;:::::: ':';:":". .':'::;:;::: p.m., Junior Music Activity,
:::::.: :::::
::: ::::: :::::
l\\ ::::: ::::::
vo ::::: 2:00: Lottie Moon Group.
ly',\ HEAD & 1 69 lill:: ]1: 1Iiiiili!! Revival 7:30: p.m.Wednesday. .
Supper 6:15: p.m.; Sunday
I'' .: IV SHOULDERS .229. STRAP I POWER {I# GRASS SHEAR I School R.A/s G.A.'s.Workers Acteens Meeting, World

Friends, Missions Friends
:::: :;:: ::: ,: s4i:
LAWN FURNITURE ::: ? :::;::
t JOHNSON & JOHNSON LIMIT 1 it ] MOWERS9971 111t1 1. .CORDLESS m t1 1 6:45p.m.: ; Revival 7:30p.m.: ;
'' % RUNS UP TO Church Choir 8:15: p.m.
i :#:::.. 1.. CT.COTTON r:::;;' Colorful, vinyl strops on lightweight aluminum. :;;: ;:::;::'::'::: 45 MINUTES.-' :::>;y::i: Thursday Visitation 9:3(1::(
::: .iI200 :; framt. Deluxe ttyling. Folds evil for store a 3 : ,
a :: 44 :?; = Y 9 :::: ::: :: ON SINGLE ::::::::: a.m.-Music Makers Activity.
:: -- t 1' : / '
:: :: : CHARGE h::
:::: 2:00: 'p.m..:; Visitation 7:00:
l J .
". : SWABS :t. :: itmj1:
i 0." .\\ ; : 8'0 p.m.Saturday Bus Ministry
i $
CHAIR J' o r wmm Visitation. 8:30: a.m.
p1lp .c.
: : m. J 3V, H P 1tt1: 9 9 tt11 St.. Mark's
I : LYSOL 109 ::.: iw :...:... \BRIGGS STRATTON it ::.+:.tt::.:'.;::.: MODEL :.::.:.:::.::.:.:
r. t FOLDING I MOTOR REG 1jmm1; 8280 PEG itt: episcopal,
SPRAY .t J 124 99 jitm::: 1499 ChurchChurch
A a a a A a. '.::' _
: :;:: ::::::::': ::::':::::: .
;; REG. J SYLVANIA 1mm BLACK & DECKER ii: and KEVUOHNM.Bait Jackaon FLYNN tr.eteTHE '
i 3 8 OZ. tt 40 PT LIMIT ONE t.E 21.88 J: r m CORDLESS :1ittj'EVENFLO ::: :#|
::: 8 ':: r.'I'! tJIr.T!FLASH. BAR :II::;::! SHRUB TRIMMER it:#i;::::#: Weekly Scheduler:' Sunday
::: 188 ':::' -: 10 guaranteed ':::'::::: :::::::::' July 6 Holy Eucharist 8:30:
2 2 ::::: E:: lashfff for : :: ::ic::'::
;: use ::'r::r CUTS UP TO 500 sa. :;#: a.m., and 9:45: a.m.
:'::. ,
{ ::: w eie1shbar ::::::::: FT. BEFORE RE Q ':;:::
y PLASTIC NURSER :it::: :yJ J;:: / :tt:::;;:;::; CHARGING.CANRF.CHARGE 500 TIMES.OVER 'J ..'. t.::tI :::;: ObituariesW.ACnssidy

;11 REG. I99i i1:11j11 11 .siei
t 24 INCH :;:: 2,19 ?:::j:: REG 178811111111111;:::::::::: Wilbur A. Cassidy, 71. of
50 CT.ITOSSEMS Sunrise Hark Keystone
79 PORTABLE GRILL :'[11 .mJ 1-' 19.99 [ Heights died Tuesday June
I :.:: :':::::::: ::::'::::': 29, in the Gainesville V.A.
/ \ : ::::: illness.A .
........ COOKING PROOF CHROME GRID PLATED 088 1 o-'" FOLDING BED ,t..:......ir. native of Jacksonville he
30 CT LIMIT ONE PKG. i:: REG. 1049 N II .. 21' REG. 6 99 :::;:::; ::::ii:;; moved to Keystone Heights
DAYTIMEPAMPERS 9 : WITH : four years ago. He was a Navy
19 +III 3 INCH Ia. veteran of World War II. a
MATTRESS : member of the Masonic Order.

I STYROFOAM WITH HANDLE ... 5881$ : and the First Baptist Churchof
:r .
a ..' f t1 1'1't Keystone. He retired in 1953
t 1 28 QUART .:'" ".:. ::;:i: i:::::; after 25 years service with the
i ::::. 0 9 .;... .:'.: ,;.'..: ........ :;::::: 2 4 8 8 ,:i:::: Jacksonville Water Depart
t. ::: '.1 :. :':::::::: ,:::,::::: ment and had worked as an
.1 ...
{ \ LADIES BIKINIS ,if ICE .REG. .:..o: '. .:.::..: IS: 24 INCH REG 1099 1El imH:{;} REG. tti' operation engineer for ten
# '>! t : 26 INCH "139911.47 29.95 years at Baptist Memorial
0 CHEST .V9. If! 1m Hospital, and also for Wesley
E { INCLUDES MANY FAMOUS ::::; INSULATED i::::;::: KRAFT JETMARSHMALLOWS :::: Manor retirement Center at

8 8 :}:':' SHELLpjJ? 'SAFARI .:.:. HOLDER WITH FOAM ..........:::::::':: REG 49 ::';::::: of Surviving is his wife Etta
REG. 7,99 6 : | FLUORESCENT |:::;': JACKEfFORHOTA .. U#::: :r:i:#:::; John Keystone Heights; one son
% Sneed. of two
1j1j OUTDOORLANTERN !11 [jj111111 3'FOR -' ::::ii;: sisters Mrs. P.J. Salkele
$<: i FOGGER < Jacksonville, and Mrs
: '1t p 16'/l 02 AEROSOL ::11 C03LD ORONaKS l< .t Kenneth Templeton, Jackson

1 COLORFULBEACH 1 + I. OUTDOOR I I !I 1999 :jj !!j j1 99 t :4'ij! two Miss.greatgrandchildren.Funeral; two grandchildren services will. and beheld
::: g:
: I' :;: :::i::::::: ; ::::::;::: at 2 p.m. Thursday in
1t: FOGGER 89144 1 REG. 59 ,. fl.:.. i1 ;t"P f: I Faith Memorial Baptist
r t OPIHATISON BOTH BATtlflliSAND .x (Church
1 Jacksonville. Interment
AC. MOUSI CUB f"T ffij?
:: .. ,
:: '.HUfT.Rill' :: I :::::::':> will be in Riverside
I < ; TOWELS -- Memorial Park Cemeterywith
Colorful,thinly beach towels ) J m a I Masonic rites at the
./I'I t: \ with fringed endi. 32 x 60 in ) .... 1 1I graveside
} i Assorted l\r ..... t ... .. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
I patterni.I ;)1 .\\\IGLADDING\\: : ti 1ji PLASTIC BAIT 1I1! j ffi::1! arrangements.Home is in charge of

I REG. 4 t ; < 2 MAN BOAT { '|: BUCKET : A :#
1 3.99 JI \ 1\\\\\\\\\\\\\\. II1III1I1II MODEL 500 KEEP 1IIIIIII1 Wlm lnta 11111 IJ; Neighbor
':::::: Hf AVY 20 GAUGE VINYL rOAT HAS 1 :::::::::::,< YOUR BAIT ALIVE >,:::::::: Kodak :':::::>
;; }
REG 1 29
f !0'X11 INCH SIZE Id hI arn \\l r
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I I MrA wYMIpj/Mry ;
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33 { ; {$ .4WnrAtr x } :? -
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(.22' I : -
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PTHp ,.n..I .l 1. mm ]lll (i3ID: avar mlJ Jrnl3. DRUGS I to"Tllil cores wallxlag b N Hn.tar'HUM' -lot-" you'.

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Dr.James W. Patra] 0,


: Practice In Keyston SIRLOIN STEAK SAVE / / I

:> announced that he will extend i& $
t his office hours and shall
v begin full-time practice in WILL BE FRIDAY 1
'. General Medicine and
:t Pediatrics in i
:: Heights beginning July 7. LB. / /
.; Office\ hours,previously just ,
;: evening hours, will be increased '
;.. to Include Monday Hi JULY W-D BRAND USDA CHOIC BEEF
Tuesday Thursday anriFriday PORTERHOUSE OR HON '
.; from 10 a.m. 5 p.m.; STEAK $198
t Saturday, 10 a.m. 12; and 4th LB.
.5 Tuesday and Thursday
evenings, 6:30: 8:30: p.m.
Dr. Patray's office Is
located on Lawrence Blvd.,
between Keystone Jewelers
and Andrew's Drugs.
Telephone numbers are 473- '
2080, office, and 475-2254,
home. Quantity RightsReserved

Previously, Dr. Patray ,
practiced in Starke for 12 WINN.DICI) STORES INC
years and has worked as a ALL VEGETABLEWesson : COPYAIGHT-1975 ,
public health physician for the
past year.Death. It

Threats : % I

Li mit 1 wit

Quickly Jail .
S e
Freed InmateA We're All '

Winter Haven area man, SAVE : STOCKEDUPWITH !
being released from Florida
State Prison Thursday June 12 50C48or. 4At YOUR
was re-arrested almost im- BC
mediately by Bradford County
Chief Deputy Sheriff Robert PICNICNEEDS
Green on charges that he
threatened to kill a judge anda
social worker in letters /
written two years ago. BTL.AVt .

Vernon Houston Flowers,
48, was released from prisonat
11:30: a.m. Thursday, June
12,and was arrested by Greenas
he walked through the J U MAXWELL HOUSE
prison gate. Circuit Judge
John Crews issued a warrantfor C 1
Flowers'arrest on June 11.

At present Flowers is still
being held in Bradford County
jail under $100,000 bond. No THRIFTY MAID S pV E W l
date has been set for his VANILLA, FUDGE ROYALE, OR CHOCOLATE TY
arraignment.State ,AVE 59c JUMBO VIVA 4
Attorney Ken Hebert
said Flowers wrote S
threatening letters to Circuit I'N
Judge Gunter Stephenson anda
Winter Haven social workerin fool iLt ,
July and August of 1973 limit 3 with $7.SO or tnorc ng c igarc ttesIE do amps
threatening their lives. He lu h
was sent to prison four years
ago on a charge of shooting at SUtUR 5 9 ,
someone through a window.In SAVE a al
a first appearance S p HALF
hearing Friday, June 13, Peas. :
., County Judge Elzie Sanders . GALLON I1
appointed a public defender to
represent Flowers on the two more purchase CMC luding cigarett
counts of threats to kiU. RID RIPE WATER-
In a pre-release interview SAVE He CHEK COLA OR ROOT BEE* 21-LB. TEACH
conducted by William Hicks of
the Parole and Probation MelonsHARVEST 199 F BEEF
commission renewed the threats, Flowers he had Drinks' 2 S. .

made in 1973.

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service officer; John Crew ANSCloffee
''historian Otto Siemer
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Past Dept. Commander 2 $1 1
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Area Commander George L.

Derrick.The Post $/. Building Prestige Rolls B Whipped Topping 2 s: : *1 Cheddar Cheese .

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1 Machine's 6-O Record Leads Men'sSoftball : ,

Pages TELEGRAPH July 3, 1973Elk's : n ,

Cunningham Is Second

Green Machine is still back-to-back solo homer, for a D. run by Handal McGee included -
three-up and three down the hits and several errors. Each GM had at least
Charge Wins holding the top spot In the 7.5 lead. entire six Innings. Jim Brown lead the team with a two hits each, as the team
charts, with a 6-0 Bats were hot as the
winning Thomas had a perfect four- perfect three-for three night totaled 19 base hits. Danny
streak, in the second half of Machine scored seven more for-four night at the plate. at the plate
led the with
the Men's runs in the third, one run was a McKinney team a
Slo-Pitch The Hippies, in tie for third, Green Machine ran over
Recreational Softball. homer by Eddie Hazen which rolled 13-0 over Brooker First Methodist Church for a perfect tourforfour'performance.
Green Machine zipped 21-7 put Machine way ahead of 14- Monday night with nine base 27-4 victory, with a solo home '../
Dixie Youth Title over Dodd's Sunoco last 5. GM followed in the fourth """J1T.
Thursday night, hitting five with a homer by Stan Cotney .
home runs and collecting 20 with a 15.5 score. Dodd came Norman's Farm Wins
hits against Dodd's five up in the fifth to score anotherrun
The Elks: Lodge, alterwinning It was then a pitching dual that tournament will advance Green Machine opened the ,also in the sixth, for a 7-15
just three games in until the fourth when Goodge to the stale tournament in game with a 4-0 lead in the score. In the seventh and final
hrst hull play, came back in had a little control problemand Pensacola, the first week in first inning, scoring on two inning six runs were scored, Third Of YearIn
the second hillilnd/ won the walked four batters. A August. Practice begins July base hits and errors. Dodd's one including a homer by Bill Tourney
championship of Dixie Youth single by Donald Stewart 7. Sunoco followed in the bottomof Kelton, for a 21-7 victory. Matt
Baseball v.ith a (i-2 second half scored the go-ahead run, 3-2. The final standing for the the first to get ahead of GM Hull lead GM with a perfect
"record and t..oI ins over first Elks then added the final run year saw Athletic House win 5-4 with five base hits to give four-for-four performance:
hull champion Athletic Housein in the top of the fifth to take a the most games but lose the them the lead. Second place CunninghamGulf Leesburg InvitationalNorman's
the play oils. "-2 lead and then hung on as Championship: 1)) Elks Lodge GM came back in the secondas overpowered the Hippies
Elks: Lodge and Athletic Athletic House closed the gap 9-6-1; 2)) Athletic House 11-4; Johnny Powell his a two-run 16-0, during the second game -
House mot Monday, June :JO! in the fifth to 4-3, but that was 3)) Guaranty Federal 6914); ) homer, with Randall McGee's Thursday night with two home Farm won its with 13 teams competing in St. Petersburg. Macciennv.
lor the hrst name in a best of all. Souther Discount 6-10; 5)) runs by J. Lewis and B. third invitational women's Starke. St. Augustine: S.ixannah.
three series as (he Elks' Elks batters collected six Chamber of Commerce 5-8-2. Silcox Rolls Sanford. Cunningham had 18 slow pitch Softball tournamentof Games will be played along with Independent
lx>ml>ed All KM) hits with Ralph Green gelling hits against the Hippies' zero the year1 by going undefeated Friday afternoon, Friday Merchants, Dampier Enterprises : -
:Mike Jackson was on the Iwo. ioodge went three for CG kept the Hippies with in five straight night, all day Saturday, and Norman:
mound lor Elks while Phillip three to give him six hits in Intermediate To Four Wins games to take the Leesburg Saturday night and the finalson Farm from Starke.
S.m.\er toed the rubber for seven trips in the two games Clean Air Act Invitational Softball Tour- Sunday afternoon. The first
Athletic House. Team trophies go to the Tennis Lessons nament June 2122. is
At Palm LanesVernon game begins at 3:30: p.m. Play at Westside Park.
The I House drew I first blood sponsors ere given to the Norman's Diane Jordanwas Friday July 4. Team trophies will lx
they pushed across one run Coaches of the two teams at Offered Needs ChangesThe named outstanding awarded for
as Silcox led his team The 13 teams competing are first, second, and
as Hill iixxlge led first on an the Annual Party, Wed- player of the tournament. teams from Jacksonville, third finishers in the double
error. Sawyer then drove him nesday. July 2. Also receiving The Recreation Departmentwill with the help of mixed doubles National 'Association of The Starke team scored five Gainesville, Satellite Beach. elimination play. .
home with i a double. awards were Dwayne McBride be conducting in- partner Gale Smith to four Manufacturers runs in the bottom of the
It didn't luke the Elks: long Guaranty; Federal, for termediate tennis lessons for wins last Thursday night at has asked Con seventh to come from behind I
chased the highest balling. those that completedout Palm Lanes in Gainesville. gress to amend the Clean Air for win the Zan-
lo catch up as they persons a 12.11 over Bill Adams Heads To
Saver in the lirsl inning with The Dixie Youth All-Star beginning classes last fall Vernon bowled games of Act to permit the use of alternative darettes of Apopka. Diane
six lug runs. The Elks had was announced also at the in this past Spring. 131-136-117 for a 384 series or intermittent air Jordan led Norman's in the
another big inning in: the third parly making this year's Jerry McGriff will be the scratch and 546 series han- pollution control measures.In title game with three hits
as they pushed over lour runs squad were: Elks Lodge: instructor and he asks that dicap. The team of J. Smith a statement submitted to including two home runs. Hawaii For National
to take .1 KM/ lead. Athletic :Mike Jackson, Ronald those wishing to take the class and Fairchild also scored four a Senate environmental Norman's beat the Zan-
House made a run at them .Stewart Ralph Green and meet with him Monday wins against no losses for the tion pollu- darettes two straight in the
wilh one in the fourth two in Kicky Kdmondson.: ; Athletic evening July 7, 7-8:30: pm. to night. subcommittee the NAM. finals of the winners bracket.
I the lillh and sixth but I ell House: Bill Goodge, Phillip register and decide what night All of the bowlers have noted the suggested amend- Sue Triest and Vicki Over- Public Links
short. Sawyer, Jerry Locke, Handy the class will be held. The shown much improvement in ment "would be in line with mand had two hits each to ,
Each team had seven hits Waters and Ricky Suulivan.; class will be limited to 12 the league thus far the sound philosophy that the lead the Starke team to a 7-2
with Ricky Kdmondson.: Chamber ol Commerce: persons per session.Summer The team of Hamilton andG. proper role of government is win in the first meeting.It Bill Adams another Starke In the StUtmutl'III'
Kmmetalkms: and Donald KennyGriffis and Tony Roberts have been comingso to set standards, with industryleft took hits by Sue Triest, Golf and Country Club title Tournament at 1"111'1JH"'s:
:Stewart collecting two hits Williams.; Guaranty Federal: close losing a couple of free to work out the most Sandra Norman, Diane tucked under his belt, leaves June 5-8 Adam.'us tied lor
each Hill ioodge' led Athletic \Dwa.vne McBride and ScottAllen Sports heart breakers by only a few methods Jordan Montez Wynn and Friday for Hawaii to competein I the lead alter the lirst d.i' iiiul
House with three hits. ; Southern Discout: pins.The team of J. Smith and means and Sharon Dykes and some his third National Public finished 12 among some :2W! '
The next name .It' ;3:43: : P,">, :Mike iriifis and Andrew Can Earn Fairchild continue their surge to achieve the standards. outstanding base running by Links Golf Tournament.In goiters from all over .Klorid.i.He .
"s.ia close game as lucky Bryant. Alternates pickedwere CreditAny by rolling games of 588672658for This approach would achieveair Cathy Blackburn to make up the national amateur also huslUll this yeas'
Kdmondson: took the mound Chuck Johnson Junior a total of 1918 which is high quality benefits at least cost, Norman's five run tourney tournament some 180-200 the Kodohi'uur" Hovs lunch(
bur Elks and Hill tioodgc led Schoemng. Andy Griffis and boy or girl who will be series for the league bring and would balance economic winning rally in the bottom of golfers will put in 3(1( holes of Tournament I finished secondin
Athletic House. Elks: led off Todd Jackson.The in grades 9.12 next fall may their total! pin count to 7228. In energy and environmental con- the seventh in the second medal play, then the top 60 the l Lake City 111\ llilliullill,
w ith 1\\Cll'uns in the top of the All-Stars will participate gain credit in physical this series Sally Fairchild siderations, according to the game.Norman's. scores will be put in match and was filth in the .A/.ileu
I lirst \but it was short lived as in Dixie Youth education by parlicpaling in rolled high game for the Farm started play. Lose one match and Festival Tournament in
Athletic House came back in Baseball District 7 Tournament the Summer Recreation women at 177 and series of 476 statement. with an 8-2 win over Rated X you're out of the tournament. Palatka. .
the bottom ol the inning on to be held July 21-26, Program to begin Monday, scratch, aided by team Industry supports the ex- from Jacksonville. Sue Triest, This summer Adams has Adams, the son ol Dr. and
Coodge'; two run homer, to tie in Uel-Med.: north-west of July 7, at Bradford High member Yvonne Smiths 170 tension of the Clean Air Act, Sandra Norman, Vicki been taking lessons from Mrs. 11.11. Adams ol! St.u'kr. is
the .II1II'. Orange! Park. Th<*,winnec, of School, according to Athletic high and 448 series. the NAM emphasized but be- Overman, Sharon Dykes, and former pro Bob Tosky in working hard this>ear honing
,v ro ". \ .- Director David llurse. John Smith's three'. game lieves legislation, should be, Cheryl Jackson each had two Miami and playing the larger his. game.,.':'I learn something
". _: .; :",*:Sixty'! o rs of participation:,. series x>f 520 takes thes' male amended "toaChieve: greater11,' > hits., ut; '. : j amateur...such. as,the.,public ..new ,avecyttmt'Ijt0' ,| !.. down '
1 iirlho'sport choice will earn series lead while' Bill Powell flexibility In its administrationand Second game of the tour 'links' I and getting in a few there';.. Adanijf! s.tjts\ ol \
PARTY OVERH"There's a student one semester's still holds on to single game nament found Cookie Mun- local tournaments when he Tosky's instructions.\ Tllsk '.
avoid social and
THE to
IS credit. high of 209. The steady rollingof eco- dorff pitching a five-hit shut has time. Adams says, haM given( him a
"You may come any time of Charley Flynn, Harold nomic dislocations. out against Lawton's Gang of At home, pro Herb Herres deeper understanding( ol the
the day that you wish," says Davis, Judy Flynn and all Jacksonville for a 9-0 helps Adams with things he game.
no getting around the fact that your high Coach llurse. members in this league pro- Japanese Live LongestA whitewashing by Norman's. has learned from Tohky.

school years are some of the best you'll ever have. Good The fieldhouse will be open mises for a close tight league. ', 1974 United Nations Leading hitters were Diane Tosky completely changedAdams' Cost of Fire i is HighIn
report -
friends, good times, lots of laughs. Maybe even a little from 9 a.m to 9 p,m. The' Jordan, Sharon Dykes, and style. His game is now
weight room is open to all, Team Standings charts the average life expectancy Barbara Koontz. more consistent and he is Lives and Money
learning. But now thatyou're graduating, you really haveto Couch llurse states. 1)) J. Smiih-Fairchild, 13-3, of Americans at 71.4 Norman's defeated E.W. scoring about where he used

decide, "Is the Party Over?" Sports activities include 7228; 2) Howard-Patrella, 11- years, up from 70.8 in 1971. Lawson of Palatka 9-3 for the to. The new style is com- Current Commerce Dep.ir'-(
tennis, hand- 5. 5682; 3)) Brown-Stanwix- pletely unlike his old statistics. indicate that fire
For of classmates, it probably is. They'll weight lifting According to the study the third win. Leading hitters game ment :
some your ball, basketball, archery, Hay, 9-7, 5357; 4)) R. Roberts- Japanese have the record longevity were Sandra Norman, Montez Adams says: "I don't do kills 12.0OO Americans each
settle into jobs that aren't going anywhere and that'swhere table tennis, and others. Davis, 8-8, 5443; 5)) Hardy- -73.3 Wynn, Sharon Dykes, Cathy anything like I used to." year and injures another 300-
they'll sit. With their memories.But Contact Coach llurse as Flynn, 7-9, 6171; 6)) Silcox- years. Blackburn and Cheryl Adams won the Starke title
life cited
soon as possible to line up a Smith, 7-9, 5246; 7) Powell- The shortest span Jackson. this past weekend with a five- 000.Almost of
if you want to go places in life, you can. And program. Bryans, 6.10, 5544; 8)) Hamil- 41.3 years, is the average lengthlife weekend under-par. $3 billion worth
This June 28-
past fire
there's one job that can start you out on the right foot ton-Roberts, 3-13, 4973. for Western Africans. 29, Norman's Farm traveledto 7069139. That topped HalSeymour's property is destroyed hy
and the tout ceo
better than any other we know of. The Marine Corps. * * * Jacksonville to participate second place 74-73- annually the
in one of the strongest 147 by eight strokes. Adams'opening nomic costs from fire in
After boot camp you'll get top notch training in a Women's Invitational 69 is just one stroke U.S. are conservatively estimated -
Florida has (
only one lulling
specialized career. The kind of top notch training only license for residents. This 1 FrontJackson's Tournaments in the South. off his personal low of 68 on to be $11 I 1 billion a year.
the local
Marines They have over 400 different The strong field was led by the course.
the can give you. license allows statewide Adams finished third
Miami Dots, world championsin Smokey Says:
jobs and if you qualify, you can take your pick. Jobs fishing and costs less than a 1974; Budget Rent-A-Car about 200 golfers in Public

like Air Traffic Controller, Telephone Technician, Air penny a day.Visitors r Peddler* Rebels of Jacksonville, secondin Links qualifying round to AU.UOMESARE

craft Mechanic. Even Criminal Investigator. Jobs that Hem.. the world in 1974, and qualify tournament for the national WORTH PROTtdl
to the Sunshine Suburban Realty, last year's
offer you a challenge. Excitement. And a real. future. State with a desire to catch a Center state champions. From Hawaii, Adams goesto f' ROM FOREST

in or out of the Marines. big bass may obtain an annual Norman's Farm Softball Pinehurst, N.C for the v FIRES !
Southern Amateur Tour-
If you think you've got what it takes, a job in the license, a five-day license or a team will sponsor its third nament, another major
annual women's slow
license for two weeks of II .
Marines is a good place to start. Call now for more tournament this In- amateur tournament.In
carefree fishing. the North-South amateur
information. dependence Day
tournament in Pinehurst in
377-3245 New fishing and hunting oe e May, Adams finished seven

((904)) licenses are required on July STARKE, FLA. KEYSTONE HOTS. shots off the winning pace. He
Collect It| however, licenses are N CHERRYST FLORIDATHEATRE lost to his opponent in a
"'" honored from date of purchase HWY 1OO a 21 sudden death playoff on ,the .y ..\ r
((800)) 423-2600 Toll Free 964-6O78 19th hole
and are available from All bout* m worth prottctfef bow
The Marines looking for a few good men.
are the first of JUlie fore* firm!
Thru July 24
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OpeningDate 7/16" x 4 x 8'' Sheets PLUSNewmans brand new rifles in recognition of winning the national
junior and senior divisions of the Marlin Essay Contest

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I He Travels 700 Miles Week To Sell God To Inmates I IIn

the fashion of a traveling business is a faith ministry "The Commission's recently returned from a behind prison walls. Then I seminars to thirty inmates in with definite problems that situations. concerning what
salesman, David Toler drives comprised of deeply spiritual philosophy is to return Jesusto mission In Mexico for the called Huey Perry," Toler order to maintain a classroom inmates have.' they want to be when they get
almost 700 miles a week to businessmen and pastors, the marketplace and purpose of establishing a explained. situation. We want to stay "In counseling with the out of prison."I .
, "sell" l his product.But based in Leesburg, Florida. proclaim Jesus in places children's home after Perry, Chaplaincy Services flexible in subject matter so women, I usually uncover always point these men 'I
Toler. the Director of "Commission, Inc., which we've forgotten to proclaimHim resigning his pastorate at the Coordinator for the Florida we can minister to the needsof feelings of extreme loneliness back to Jesus Christ. This
Ministries for Commission, has been in operation for a In cooperation with local Lady Lake Baptist Church in Division of Corrections, the men," Toler said. and abandonment. With the gives them a foundation upon j
;,Inc., is selling God to about 200 year and a half, is funded by churches. Most local churchesare Leesburg. He felt an "an- arranged for the establish- The first seminar which men, I deal primarily with which to build their lives. '
,Inmates in five major those Christian people who not programmed to go into nointlng of God to come into ment of six-week non- began Sunday,April 20, of this
correctional institutions have caught the vision with us prisons so we've extended an the institutions.;' denominational spiritualBible i I year and ended May 30 dealt
'ithroughout the state. His concerning inmates," Toler arm of the church," he con. 'One night I sensed a teaching seminars and 1 with the Book of Jonah. The
said. tinued. pulsing of-the heart of God counseling sessions for the second seminar began on June 'starke Paint

The 32-year-old !evangelist, toward men and women inmates. 8. .
One day a week Toler "Jonah, for example, dealt 1
teaches two-hour Bible with a man who was totally Center
Folk Music Cam es Crafts Set Onn seminars and conducts disobedient to God. A man
: aDP0 0 counseling sessions for his who decided he didn't need 441 W. Madison St 964-8181
Fourth At Foster students at Avon Park God. These inmates related to
Steph.. : Correctional Institution; the that. It got them to a place
women's unit at Florida where they will listen to what Summer
0 Memorial At Wh ite Springswhich Correctional Institution, God had to say. As God incarcerated
Lowell; Florida State Prison, Jonah, so God
WHITE SPRINGS Friday''; he has gained fame in Starke; Union Correctional incarcerated them," Toler Specials
(July 4)) Independence Day may counties in North Florida Institution, Raiford; and observed."In .
BY NEIL CRAWFORD and Stephen Foster's birthdaywill and South Georgia. Barbecue Sumter Correctional In- my classes I teach
be celebrated at the. chicken' lunches, beef and stitution, Bushnell. either a book of the Bible or a On Outside

As read the Bassmaster Thompson, Neil Crawford, Stephen Foster Center herel! pork barbecue sandwichesmay "We've had a tremendous 1 topical study like prayer, the
Lines you this week, Patty and I Pat Welch, Don Brown, Jody with music, food, games, folk' be purchased by those response to the seminars," I family, witnessing, or praise House Paint
who do not bring a picnic the book
will be attending the Starling, Charles Durkee, crafts, and free watermelon, Toler remarked. "The fellowsin and generalize as the
Al Head director'for basket to spread on the of the Bible. I
' announces the classes are hungry for springboard
Penisular Insurance Co. Earl Muse, Julian McRae, place
the Foster Center. tables that will be the things of God." want to teach spiritual and
Convention in the Bahama and Lamar Williams.
and "The day's activities are under the moss draped trees "I've purposely limited the scriptural principle that deals $C95
Rodman is a
Islands. We will be staying at very grassy
scheduled for the in the park.
primarily i
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the Bahama Princess Tower, clear. Bass seem to do better
,enjoyment of families in the "As part of the fun-filled A Gal
Hotel at Freeport Grand after dark due to the clearwater .surrounding counties and is day at the Center, free
-Bahamas. Anyone wishing to try As the Bassniastersgathered l his luck at Rodman should i great deal of participation," all, courtesy of Wyman
at Orange Springs take a small boat and fish late \Head noted. '
Garland of Suwanne County,
Landing on Rodman Reser- evening or after dark. The Beginning at 10 a.m. on the ,Head announced.
vols Friday evening, June 20. black worm, and the purple shady outdoor stage located I "Folks from all over north-' Funeral Home dSS&l WALLPAPER SALES &
all seemed to be excited and worm seem to do well during on the banks of the Suwannee central Florida are urged to
ready for the long I night these periods. River, 'The Dixie Six' of attend this annual 9646200'RENTAL SUNTEC, INSTALLATION
ahead. Chuck Durkee was on Only one tournament left in 'Jacksonville, under the celebration. This is a perfect- STARKE PHONE
cloud nine, says he thought the 74-75 season. Time is leadership of Philip Brown, time to meet new friends and PAIIITmc
Friday would never come. running out. Harold is leadingin will start the day with lively relax with your neighbors," HOSPITAL BEDS. WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS All Type Paint&PaintSupplies ,
Pat Welch and I fished points through the 11th dixieland music. This Is the Director Head noted. 4 CRUTCHES
together, and we fished TOO, tournament. I'm sure Harold first time 'The Dixie Six' has There is no extra charge for
we hardly took a break to i will be glad to wind this year performed at the Center, but the day's festivities other than ,KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473.317611: 1 BLK. WEST OF GUARANTY FEDERAL
enjoy that Kentucky Fried I up; he sure is hanging in all comers are guaranteed a the regular gate fee.
Chicken. 'there. He wants that trophy.t foot-stompin handclappinggood
All boats seem to have Don Thompson says he will be time,' said Director
gotten settled down in their after the number one spot at Head. '
favorite spot before dark the next tournament. Fun and games for the a
(because Pat and I didn't see or Chuck Durkee is young and old will conductedon araAtnr
hear much movement after threatening to move into the the grounds.. Awards will DISCOUNT STORfS
dark. top six. He Is now seventh. presented to the winners who :
Only one boat left during the Chuck doesn't only get ex* participate in greased pole .
night. Julian McRae and his cited, but he can excite those climbing, three-legged race, ,
partner Oren Derkman, left bass with that plastic worm. sack race, egg relay, tug-o-(
near midnight. Julian said he Hard luck Earl Museis' war, watermelon seed spittingand
and Mr. Derkman got their riding in eighth place. Earl watermelon eating
,"share of strikes but lust didn't has lost enough fish during the contests. I
really find those big hawgs. past 11 tournaments to put Folk crafts will be I I
Julian landed three bass l him well in the top six. Keepon demonstrated by members of I
during the evening and after plugging Earl. the Suwannee River Drafts
dark. Julian says it was Julian "Monster" McRaeis Guild coordinated by Nancy * *
getting dull until his partner holding down the ninth Morgan, project chairman for
tossed a long black ugley position. If he gets his boat the Guild. A group of women S
worm with a yellow tail next repaired in time he plans to belonging to the Guild from
to a big Cypress tree. make a six out of that nine; Hamilton County will
.After Mr. Derkmani, had says all he has to do is turn it reproduce the art of GREAT OUTDOOR SPECIALS!
completed his cast, he beganto upside down. traditional piecework *
retrieve Mr. Ugley toward You better watch this cat in quilting; rag rugs woven on a s4 i MEN'S FAMOUS
,the boat. During the course of July, you will be treading onhi.favorite hand operated loom by Mrs. J.
the retrieve a monster bass I water hole, says A. Lord, Live Oak, and Kerry WALK SHORTS
and he has fished Santa Fe for 40 Waldron of White Springs;
made a pass at the worm SS laL NTN r PARK PLATU, -t
missed,but instead that Hawg years. and sampler work using cross anataNNt PACK OF m I i
took a bite out of the transomof Lamar "Dedley Dudley" stitch by Mrs. Madge Taylor, WAS IAVU
Julian's boat. Williams Is in 10th place. White Springs, are among the .At LN
Lamar has missed a couple of crafts that will be featured w... ..I 1'i ',b+1 Quality, tailored by an aI Id.*
Julian he's lost bigger .._
says All
from 10 a.m. to 2 in Uqui-Mal aurfac* IB roI > OP Wad *oaycor -
his tournaments but still he is in p.m. 65%PO awchlaln. fabric that. not
fish during fishing career, f Kay
the KontirrVaaaf I Mont romomrura.Whlro.J 'N J 110
rustic booths set on
up formula Inapt pool' WIthout a touch, of it...
with 10th place. f.
Limit 1.
but has one
never seen
bacwla, s'b ,
grounds.Lyman ( vent!Widt/ ,wida so
that much speed and power; Says he will be at the July Greene' of. Lake algaa,virtue*, argon, j out us.OUM leeth.. ...... .
says the big dorsal fin'.was a tournament Hawg, hunting. Butler will prepare and -.- 1 i si mi r :J':: J
foot out of the water: You top i six bassmasters 1 I service delicious: barbecue: for 111x EAGLE HO SOW MOTOR OIL 29-12.:
"Kinda sounds like one of had better take warning. p
These four Bassmasters are WMCKLJLVcau 1
.those At 8 Cypress a.m. bass.all the tired close on your heels. IhE OCd 1r mPl1Ji Fagots 9.MUM.. tin.CUPS Smart PINCI MI .
bassmasters returned to the Sampson Lakis still a pattams, plastic rlnilh. .Mf / _
landing. They all seemed to falling. In dry weather. the _p} II cleans as It lubrlcatoil TOO aura virgin RIND1galfill0AN11 Jqrr
be glad to see 8 a.m. arrive. lake should be held at a steady crud. I. frnukt.d ff it.. n.dwn .pin., ; /
After all boats weighed in level. The dike or dam is not .t d. bfw 1 quart sit*. :

we found Harold Branhamand sufficient to accomplish-. a *Tk* ** ,rtr ;
Jody Starling had won the A petition is being circulated o aoa
total amount of fish caught. for signatures to solve +
Pat Welch and Neil Crawford this problem. have
"Blessed are they who /
in second.
came _ivu,
Stanley '"Hawg Hunter" Bass Wishes nothing to say, and who can
Kohler landed the largest Neil Crawford not be persuaded to say it." ii" OUTMU
bass., III!MLL
Over 100 pounds of bass Bra** finished stool tri. '

were landed during the night.It To One And All .lags.Easy: Qmrno to....plated..,.. >
was our third beat tournament .At IAV. w.f 'a,. said *
pound wise. WE WISH A HAPPY SAFE sal iN 11%
At the end of .11 tournaments nrwuou AMINAT1aYS UI uvs ;
we find the top ten Non-Midi oaalW fob 71.1 alia. Rugaadric. 2IL 1 iIIIIii' NN'
bassmasters as follows: With aofMy rapes vinyl construction. ILM.MMEVMMCHMCMLMiqUfTS,
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Page 10 TELEGRAPH July 3, 1975

I Where Are The Fourths of Yesteryear ?


"The Methodist and Baptist peak around 1914 when But all was not fun and and all seemed bent on a Chief of Police Silas Kite

Sunday Schools have decidedto festivities, planned by the games. The serious side of the pleasant time," The and Sheriff Denmark took
have a"picnic on the Fourthof merchants, brought a crowdof Fourth was also presentedwhen Telegraph's reporter wrote in extra precautions to prevent
July, But don't get excited 3,000 visitors to the city. N.C. Pettit called of
upon a flight lyrical prose. "The any disorder, but most of the
folks, this bit of news S.F. Gardiner to read the elegant breezes,known celebrants seemed ,more
In 1888 the 4th of
was from a Telegraph of 1887, July wafted
Declaration Of our Florida climate
Independence."Then intent on having fun than in
celebration took the form of
in the days when the Glorious a
their gentle waves to us, trouble. Only
making one man
Fourth still celebrated in big picnic at Sparkman'sbridge
was with livelier whilst the large live
"near the a step oaks was taken into custody and
Starke. residence of our esteemed elegant than ever, the merry belles furnished shade to the detained "until the fumes of

All of this was changed, of friend, Mr. Wade Sparkman" tripped the light lantastlc toe crowd." the liquor he had indulged in

course, with the advent of the A platform was erected and too freely" had worn off, The
Lawtey got into the act
automobile some 30 years dancing enjoyed by some 400 C' ;\ Telegraph reported
about 18UO! when "The Fourthof
later, changing the Fourth merrymakers with music I
July was ushered in at The main feature of the
from something to be the Baisden
provided by sunrise by the ringing of bells day's festivities was the usual
celebrated at home, to an brothers of Starke.
.ti and the booming of the can- picnic and barbecue at the
occasion for getting out of _4..AJo.A.AJ ,
non, The American flag was city park, "where barbecuedbeef
In festivities at
town join unfurled in the breeze from which had been properly
nearby beaches, parks, and the lofty staff of the Academy cooked the day before by Mr. "

other resorts. building In short order all the William Tison, and chicken 1:

But In the days before the III VIII I IE youth in town were busy in pilau were served in abundance 'I"
"horseless carriage," Starke various ways and all degreesof ," along with cakes, pies
from cannon downto and other ,\
took its Fourth of Julys uproar goodies provided
seriously Starting with such Chinese crackers. "the good ladies of Starke.'

modest events as the Sunday "Many enjoyed the picnic at The only hitch occurred J rdl

School picnic in 1887 (when Kingsley Lake; others a lawn when a sudden thundershower dl

Andrews and Alvarez, local fete at the beautiful country stampeded the crowd and a ?i

livery stable operators, residence of Mr. Sayles; still mass assault was made on

provided horse-drawn tran- { others took the excursion to tables, which were swept -L
sportation to and from the Chattanooga, while a great clean before all the baskets
picnic site for 15 cents) the many assembled on the had been unpacked.,
celebrations reached their
spacious verandas and the
; shady lawns of the Burrin There were free automobile

-I i-' House as spectators and rides-a great treat at that
participants in the great time-and free motion picturesat _
tournament of the 'crac- the Hopson Theatre. A free
Etitori crouquet-cranks' of Bradford baseball game was played at M

County. Duncan Park during the afternoon -

between the Starke InstalledNew
"At 11 o'clock an In- Grays and the Jacksonville Rotary Officers

termission was ordered and Red Sox, and dancing was

Growth Is Already HereDuring players proceeded to cater to enjoyed until a late hour in the Rotary President Fred Roberts, who praised the club Elzle Sanders; (tone year)
the wants in the line of evening at the Starke armory Lewellen (second from for its community service Harold Davis, Ken Plait,

lemonade, watermelon, (then located upstairs in a right) received the gavel from projects in his after dinner Dolph Reddish, and W.W,

strawberry wine, or the brick building on Call Street). past president W.W. Hood at speech. Hood
Havana Other fluid the club's
the calendar year 1974 and most new jobs will be in the service fragrant annual installation Other officers for the
extracts (herein nameless) banquet at the Starke Golf&
But with
by I916 that new-fangled Hood was presented a
first six months of 1975, building industries which include waiters installed at this time
the were on hand as occasion invention, the automobile, Country Club last Friday Past President's pin and a
issued the County Zoning employees, and demanded. night. were: Secretary Freeman
permits by lawyers, government was coming into general use wall plaque in recognition of
Board totaled $6,219,741.40. Figures for others whose jobs involve providing a and Starke began to assume Register III; Treasurer Don his service during thci past
"Of the elaborate Atleftis A.L. Rardon Sergea nt-a t-Arms .
dinner, Crosby,Jr., who ; "
half of 1975 well service rather than out general appearance of a
first running
the are turning a nothing need be said The Deserted received the President'sAward LM Gaines; and President year.
ahead of the same period in 1974. product. broiled chicken, the rich Village" on as the outstanding elect Bob Blakewood.
holidays. By 1922 the Some 100 Hotarians, Rotary
soups, the toothsome sweet Rotarian of the year, and Directors installed were (two
of the
evacuation town on the Anns, and guests attended the
This is just one indication that the Whatever the reasons for these corn, the mealy potatoes, the Fourth of July had become District Governor' Randall years) Richard Odom and dinner -

county is growing rapidly, and the trendis growth predictions the fact remains beautiful tomatoes, the complete, and The Telegraph
continue to Census that the evidence is already here and our wholesome bread, etc. were resigned itself to the -
according :
likely all enjoyed and the occasionwas inevitable with the Father R. J. Bowles
cities and counties should start planningnow following
that the old
Bureau studies
showing ,
one of the estimable wistful comment: County Agents By
how with them in the '
industrial centers of the Northeast and cope hostess's proudest triumphs." r .. Welcomed '

Midwest are declining: in population and future. 1914 "The Fourth was celebratedin Notebook!
By : Fourths in Starke
predicting that for the next 15 years Many of these problems were touchedon had reached a climax with Starke by a grand, or- 'St. Edwards ChurchFather

there will be a "pronounced shift in in the land use study recently made of merchants and their "good chestral silence.The town was Tavlar
as the North Pole ,
as quiet
income" away from the Northeast and Bradford County. But the study alone wives" going all-out to after Dr. Cook left for home, Richard J. Holes

North Central regions of the country to won't solve the problems-the study provide everything in the wayof and as deserted as the hall in came to Starke on June 21 to

the Southern and Western areas. must be continually revised, updated, attract entertainment visitors to and town.food Mostof to 'which William Jenning Bryan Even though dry weather, heavy losses after making a serve as pastor of St. Ediward's :
Catholic Church;
Just why the growth rate of the and put to use if it is to be of benefit. the merchants kept their lectures on evolution been insects real and problems diseases have good crop. pastor of St. Mary's at;,,
nation's major metropolitan areas has stores open during the holidayto "Mr. Hull and Mr. Darby clops in some areas this I have also had couple Macclenny as well as chaplain,
tapered off is not known, but some of it Likewise study was made and a take advantage of the In- had their stores ornamentedwith most folks have been fairly year calls regarding leaf blight in at !\Iacclennylent! a""'

is linked to the desire of urban dwellersto design drawn up to facilitate the traffic creased trade generated by flags in honor of the day successful with their gardens, field corn The growers were Hospital.
convenientand celebration we didn't celebrate. The only vegetable and field concerned about this being the
and the make
get away from soaring costs flow and things more boy in town had crops. Father Bowles is a native of

onerous problems connected with attractive for pedestrians in the The 1914 event was staged saved remaining up a small firecrackerfrom Good or succesful Southern ruined several Corn Leaf fields Blight in 1970.that Jacksonville having attendedthe

metropolitan living, including the higher central business district of Starke. Here under the auspices of" the Christmas. He came out production is very importantto We were relieved after Bolles School. He gra-

crime rate, by moving to the suburbs or again, this plan should be carefully "Board of Trade, an and exploded it, but in the all- us now with more and more checking the fields and duated from the University of

i to small towns of the South and West., .studied.by. downtown merchants con-i( organization forerunner which of was today's the pervading, distilled and people, getting back into the determining that the problem Florida In 1952 with a degree"
filtered silence it sounded food ,, ..jn Business Administration,;
as,' production business Of was only'tninor leaf and"
future of their spots
cerned 'about the Chamber of Commerce The '
all.nded'l.! 2
'loud as a cannon cracker, and courser Thosl of'the,increasethis '* "hot tn* serroo Tdisdai* called lie l. "Mary
Whatever the reasons, it is projectedthat businesses, and put into'practice in Telegraph reported "the the boy-frightened at the year has been gardensand Southern Corn Leaf Blight College in' Stf Wary. Ken"lucky

the Southeast will continue to growat phases. First attention should be givento largest crowd that ever noise-ran home and hid under small truck-farming studying Philosophy

a more rapid rate than the rest of the the traffic flow and parking problems gathered" here on any oc the bed." operations. His Theology courses \\ere'
casion. al St John's
nation, with a prediction of 3.2 million which can be helped with very little cost. It takes this kind of success J at given Little Hock Arkansas Seminary, with
more jobs in this region by 1980 than The more expensive phases, requiringland and interest to start expansionof (! 11'iWI1.JtfaJfIi( [ ( : graduate work following in

were available in 1970. acquisition, can come later as long I LETTERS TO most any type of American History at Wash-

range projects.But ; agricultural activity in a .[(f ington's Catholic University,
given area. One example is
The forecast is that all eight
'kt our Farmers Retail Market Previous to pastoral assign-
Southeastern states covered by the all indications are that the time to THE EDITOR... that is in its second year. Last By William S. Haas ments Father Bowles worked

study will show gains in employment, start is NOW in preparing for our year we had several new Veterans Service Officer in New Orleans. La. for two

with Florida leading with a 40.5 per cent inevitable growth and development.Delay people plant gardens and years. He was an instructor at
about fifteen growers and the Many veterans have askedif Bishop Moore High School in
increase. The bureau predicted that will only add to the ultimate cost.It's .
public made the market they were still eligible for a Orlando and Bishop Kenny
SAYS MK.MOTTIS regularly even though sale GI Loan. The new GI Loan High School in Jacksonville,

OFF BASE volume is not as high as last Policies that apply to all Pastoral work has been

Editor year. However, most folks are veterans with military service done by ,Father Bowles in
Telegraph: Yes, have Dickinson
I About we our
TimeCheering ,
O'Malley's and Christians.You happy and able to sell most of since the start of WW II, make Palatka Orlando. St Augus-

I feel an imposing desire to have Nixons, their produce.One more than 20,000,000 veterans tine, Sanford. and Jacksonville -
your your eligible for the Veterans His most recent assign-
respond to the recent letter "
Mitchells and
news to meditate from Mr. Mott regarding the Gurneys, your reason the demand is Administration guaranteedloans. ment before coming to Starkewas
on over operation by 1977 will risk losing five your Connallys.
School Board Let me hastento not greater on the market is in St. Anne's Parish in
the Fourth
of July weekend is the an- cent of the federal share of
per AFDC state that I am not at this Culture, not politics, breeds that many of the buyers last Brownsville, Pensacola.
nouncement that the federal govern- money time a member of the crime. The desire of present- year have their own gardensthis Those who have never used

ment is this week launching a massive Democratic Committee, day Americans for money yea r. Also, there are more their eligibility are ,still St. Edwards' parishionersand
attack on welfare frauds. The new law also gives HEW access to although I do consider myselfa and-or power has been roadside stands, and other eligible even though they friends welcomed Father

once-confidential files of the Internal loyal Democrat. However, I directly responsible for the retail markets around than might have been out of service Richard Bowles at a parish

More than eleven million Revenue Service the Social Security: feel that in making a rise in crime which we have there were last year. Many more than 30 years. Also picnic held at the lakeside
welfare recommendation for the with folks are also going right to potentially eligible for new home of Mrs. Gladys Weldonon
seen us recently.This
recipients will be required to provide Administration, the Pentagon, and the position of School Superin- includes appear everything from the farm for their produce loans are those veterans with June 22. Besides the delicious

their Social Security: numbers to state Veterans Administration as an aid to tendent, the Democratic the corner liquor store holdupto instead of buying at the current loans oustandmg. The food those present en-

agencies during this drive to separatethe finding the last known address and placeof Committee was not trying to the college-trained market. This is all good since only condition for restoring joyed swimming and games.
our concern is not to set a eligibility is that the first loan St. Edwards' Parish Council
chiselers from the employment of deserting welfare run the schools, as you criminals who now occupy the up
deserving welfare
charged in letter. What nationally famous big makret as such, but to be paid off and the home melon June 30 with Richard
recipients.In fathers. The government estimates that your '
produce more vegetables and disposed Welty presiding.
they were trying to do is "Watergate Hotel". And as
1.3 million absent fathers are costing
get them marketed in the best'
simply have some input into for your remark that the
In addition to broadened
one important phase of this drive, U.S. taxpayers $1.3 billion a year for the decision making processin Democrats drove Mr. Nixon way possible. eligibility rules, new Among Father projects Richard discussedwith Bowles

new applicants for Aid to Families with support of their children. Most the affairs of this county- from office it should have legislation approved by the were maintenance of church

Dependent Children now running at Americans find it difficult to pay ex- something which is their been clear from statements' There are two other good Presdient on December 31. buildings and grounds, estab-
American citizensyes made at the time that he that could be the of
better than 90,000 penses of their own children without privilege as signs start 1974 raised the maximum lishing a good CCD
month programand
persons per ( Mr. Mott, Democratsare preferred dropping out to more production next
year. of loan VA is allowedto
must provide their Social Security: having to help support the families of still considered citizens). staying and facing a very One is the interest in the new guarantee from $12,500 to an up-to-date parish
numbers as a condition of deserting fathers. legalistic and orderly impeachment variety census. It was decided to
eligibility. Incidentally, you had the No, 'strawberry $17,500 and made it easier to sponsor a Vietnamese family.
process "Floridabelle. We have fiveor
due and same privilege, had you Nixon's conscience, not the buy mobile homes. Plans for sale of' present
These new laws are long past six people growing some of
Those already on AFDC rolls will chosen to exercise it. In Church property'were discussed -
my Democratic Party, was
Changes affecting the
for their
welfare rollsof these
clear the plants own use
should do lot to
have a opinion, were also off- along with plans for
to provide the numbers within the you responsible forhis now. and I have had several purchase of mobile homes a
deadbe ;.. No fair-
undeserving target when referred to new Church, Community
next six months. U.S. Welfare Com- you resignation.. calls about getting plants to were; a provision to purchaselot
minded person would argue with the the School Board as the experts on which to place mobile Center and Rectory.
missioner Robert B. Carlsen said the In conclusion are set in October I'm hoping that
should you
of the welfare act run the home units already owned
requirement will make it more difficult original purpose schools and make the certainly entitled to your we will have several ad- by Richard Pernini announcedthat
which to help those truly in need. appointments ditional acres of strawberriesnext veterans; an increase In the
was general and as Bingo would be
for welfare mothers to apply for public It may be news to opinion permissible maximum loan games
assistance for children who don't But in recent years, so many of the you. Mr. Molt but to win an libelous as it may be. My only year along 'with our Increases amounts. to $12.500 for continued thru 'the summer
exist, of other vegetables. -
undeserving have wangled their way election to a governing body request is you stick to facts single-wide unit and ,months.
and will assist $20,000
state Ideologicalrhetoric
agencies in keeping and leave the
it has does NOT make one an
welfare rolls that expert
the for double-wide
onto a unit
other for ,
The sign more
track of the fathers of welfare children. in governing. It takes of to those who are more
assumed proportions of a national training and self-education years to familiar with such things. activity is the possibility of liberalizing rules for
several. hundred acres ,of guaranteeing loans on used
Another new law also effective: this scandal. acquire the knowledge Dan Williams sweet corn to be grown next mobile homes.. Blood Pressure
necessary to run the schools. P.O. Box 323
week, requires states to determine the With the knowledge that steps are Years of spring: No definite plans are
experience which I ,Florida If have
Hampton you any question Tests
paternity of welfare children locate the taken being made at this time, Will Be
now being to remedy some of am sure Mr. Jockel possesses. regarding the above, or any
however talk and interest is
fathers, and collect child support these abuses, we can settle back and I have no dispute with the I hoping that veteran matter,. contact your' Given Free
running high. am
selection of Mr. Jockel. I have _
payments. States not having an enjoy the observance of IndependenceDay we will have a buyer, a local County Veteran Service
never Mr. Jockel
adequate parent locator system in with much more satisfaction.milijjF although several personally of- Fifth On Fourth market and facilities, and pence in the courthouse. A Community Service Van

my sisters have been enough interest and growersto giving free blood pressure

associated with him in the Could Be Deadly make" this a successful r 1 he Qld.1i/lt tests will be located at Winn-

Bradford County Schools, and venture. Dixie on Monday,'July, 7, from,
\pR'A' seem to have benefited from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.. -
cot the association "He who goes forth on the'Fourth Talking corn, high corn and A1so'starting on July 7Ja>

with a fifth may never feed prices for, livestock has i Five-Day Plant to Stop
pO No, Mr. Mott, my only come forth on the fifth" caused an increased plantingof l IOU ,Smoking will be held at the
pfJ argument is with you. warned Lt Bobby G. Williamsof field corn in our county this 7 Civil Defense building on the

Perhaps the most blaring the Georgia State, Patrol year., Generally our crop Bradford County, Fairgrounds

"3 o : inequity in your letter is the last weekend at the meeting of looks good and several fields ,at : .,, continuing

"WJSS BOB 13. FERGUSON.. JOHN M MILLER simple, almost innocent Georgia school trasportation- look like they might approacha through July 11. ,
Publishers charge that the crime wave in officials at Jekyl Island. record yield. I have noted These services are being

this country has been causedby : that corn ear worms and even provided by the
The but local Seventh
catchy pointed
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Poet Office at Starke Fla under Act
of March 3, 1879. the Democratic Party. warning was passed on Mrs.W.F some weevils have been active Day Adventist Church, and
After the Watergate affair, it Cooly of Kingsley Lake. in some fields. We are the public is Invited to
Subscription rate In trade area: $6 per year: $3,SO six months. should be abundantly clear io that good weather will "A lot of people who give. ticipate. par'
Outside trade area. : .7 per year: *4,00 six months. you that political parties do permit early maturity and .p imokfag Had a substitute

Phone 964-6305' 'Starke, Fla not have a monopoly on crime. harvest of the corn to prevent Bragging abort ..."

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r Jeannette Prescott and granddaughter; Mr and
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Starke were Saturday guestsof
the church. Ladies Circle will
DELLCIIAPTEROES their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Andy' !Harvey of Perry.
meet at home of Mrs. James a AMAZON ACESWINTOUKNAMKNT
The Normans were Friday
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday Mrs. Carl Prevail. Another
All members of Dell Prince Friday night; Choir School 10 a.m., Worship guest during the afternoonwas overnight guests while Mrs.
Chapter 168 are reminded that No. 2 rehearsal. Sunday is Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., their son, J. C. Prevail, Starling; and Rhonda stayed ,
!the next Pastoral Day. Church School, The Brooker Invitational until >
regular meeting will YPE!: Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Jr. of Gainesville.Lori over
be held Thursday, July 10, 8 9:30: Morning Worship at 11 Tournament last weekend was (FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Allinder of Lake 0 Cityspl'nt Mrs. Wilma Wainwright and
pm.,, in the Masonic Hall on with Baptism Service. Dinner won by the Amazon Aces of :: Radio Program over a week with her great her granddaughter Lisa'Durban
served at 12:30.: Communion Green Cove Springs, who took to Eaton Park
Brownlee St, Please be WPXE Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. went
for this Service, 6 first place with four straight and of her son and
present Important p.m. ',' Bible School 10 a.m. Worship Hubert Priest, were guests
meeting. \ ;. : \ games. They reached the Services 11 a.m. and 7:3U: p m. Mr. and Mrs. William daughter-in-law( Mr and Mrs.
Mt. AME'Church ,""\. finals by beating the Union Wainwright. They
Pisgah .I.r' ,. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Rosier and son of Starke were Clyde '
CHURCH NEWS Rev B.J. Franklin pastor. Merchants House of Panels 7:30: p.m. Bible Study. Saturday afternoon guests of brought her granddaughter,
Church School, 10( a.m. and Dodd's Sunoco,. then won GRACE!: UNITED( their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cathy, home with them.
New Bethel Baptist Church Communion Service at 11, and o the title with a 4-0 victory over METHODIST: Sunday School Jim Rosier. Kenny Terrell of Gainesville'
Rev. Leroy Davis continued at 5 House of Panels in the l final the weekend with his'
pastor p.m. .- 9:45: a,m. Worship Services 11 Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Swindell spent
Prayer Meeting and Bible A game. House of Panels, who United grandmother, Mrs. Joe
a,m. and 7:30: p.m. and boas Mr. and Mrs. J. C. '
Class combined Wednesdaynight. Greater Allen Chapel AME t .1) played three straight games Methodist Fellowship 6:30: Beach Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Dorko, and great grandmother '-
Church School, 10 a.m.; Church Rev. R.G. .Heastie + Sunday afternoon took second p.m. Choir Practice 7:30: p.m. Cowan of Jacksonville spent Mrs. Mae Wells.
BTU, 5 p.m. The Sunday pastor. Prayer Meeting and tr lace, and Dodd's won third. Wednesday. Sunday afternoon with their Mrs. Truby Wainwright
School and BTU Conventionwill Class Meeting combined r Trophies were awarded to the HIGHLAND BAPTIST parents, Mr. and Mrs J.F5\ 'spent the week with her sons
start Wednesday, July 16, Tuesday night.!; Friday night, r ,, p rs' first three teams. CHURCH: Sunday School Robertson and sister, Mrs. and duughter-m-laws\ Mr. and
t The Brooker team got off to Mrs. Louie Lee Wainwright, ,/
at Friendship Baptist Church, Love Feast meeting. Sunday 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 (Edith Swinney.
Rev. S.J Brown Pastor services begin with Church a good start Friday night by a.m. and 7 p.m Prayer Mrs. Pierce Crews was a and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
School, 10 a.m. Communion 1hN? r downing Sergeant Pepper, 26- Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m.NORTHSIDE Sunday overnite guest of herbrotherinlaw Wainwright and family. both
a 5, but were eliminated
Moriah and Pleasant Communion of"Tallahassee.
Ml. Service, 11 a.m. ( BAPTIST and sister Mr.
Grove United Church Parish, continued at 5:30: p.m. Saturday after losing toDodd's CHURCH: Sunday School 10 and Mrs. Waldo Pringle of Tom Lock went on a raft
Rev. Willie Stitt pastor. Sunday School and ACE Sunoco and Union a.m. Worship Services 11am. Worthington Springs. While race OP Suwannee River with
Services begin at Mt. Moriah Convention will convene at St. Merchants. Troop 518 with ".J. Jenkins,
attended theCelebration
and Prayer !Meeting there they
with Choir No. t rehearsal AME ,Church in avw,* f #' Fourteen games were 7:30: p.m Jack Watson, Tommy Green,
Stephens of Sardis
Wednesday night. Church Jacksonville, July 24. Lf -". played during the tour Wednesday at 7:3U: p.m. Church's !yttth Anniversary Baptist Craig Scott Mark Wood, and
nament. Umpires were: Mark Jenkins of Starke. On
'' Sunday with
School' 10 a.m.
Mr. and Mrs. John Petrey
Dewey McKinney, Jerry Wednesday some of their
Communion 11. Ebenezer Baptist Church Zoning Work HonoredFormer McGriff, and Claude ,Hardy. PERSONALSMrs. and lamily of Arcadia spent lamlhes met them at Hart _
Rev Leroy Davis pastor. last weekend with their *
Weekly services begin with Jerome Springs for an outing.
Scorekeepers were
Prayer Meeting each Wed-- Bible Class and Prayer Bradford County Zoning Board Chairman John Kelly, Carolyn Dyal, Dottie Horace Cox of Waldo mother Mrs. Loca Raulerson Mrs. Charley Mosley and
nesday night. Bible Study Meeting combinedhThursday Torode, left, was honored for five years of dedicated servicein Sue Cranford, and Jim visited her mother, !Mrs P.L. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hicks daughters of Highland were
each Thursday night. Church night. : planning and zoning work. Torode was Instrumental In the Temple. Terry Cranford, Dinkins, Tuesday to Thur. and son of Glen St. Mary Sunday dinner guests of her
School will begin Sunday at 10 a.m. Family Day will be writing of Bradford County's first zoning code and first land Lavern Outlaw, and Rudy visited Mrs. Pierce Crews onSaturday parents, Mr. unu Mrs. Lonnie
a.m. Communion Service, 4 observed Sunday with Rev. use plan; he has been active In zoning matters since their Williams handled the an- sday.Mr.. and Mrs. Fate Redd of afternoon. J'l'ston.
WM. Oliver of Putnam Hall Mrs. Randy Blom {gave u and Mrs David Albert
In the Mr.
Inception county some 15 Ga. a week with
years ago. nouncing assignment. Macon, spent
p.m. for her Sunday
delivering the at 11 party und of Jacksonville attended
message Newly appointed Zoning Board Chairman Art Keifer made Tournament directors were their mother, Mrs, O.J. son
School class Tuesday ut 6pin.
Greater Bethlehem a.m. Services terminate at 3 the plaque and gavel presentation during the final report on Jerome Kelley, Steve Nipper, Phillips their brothers, Leslie There were on 20 children l the Crews reunion SundilLiltl'l' ul'.
Freewill Baptist Church, Rev the county's latest land use study on June 11. Keifer praised and Phil Vallenga. and Danny Phillips, and present. They played several Long Brunch the on uilernoon\

Jasper Williams pastor. p.m.Nt'w Hope Baptist Church Torode for his voluntary effort on behalf of Bradford County 'nephew Byron Phillips.Mr. games alter which refreshments 'with their spending parents, !Mr and1I's.
Monday\ night Tiny Tots and
and Mrs. Tommy
were served. Milo Smith and family.Mr. .
Rev. S.W. Mose pastor. PERSONALSMrs. \
Ushers Board No.2 meeting. Church School, 10 a.m.- Clayton and son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman and Mrs. Wayne l Harper ;
Tuesday night Prayer Morning Service at 11. Afternoon ti5-- Howard Mott, Jr. Jacksonville spent Thursday and daughter, Rhonda, and and son. Timmy. ol Starko.wore .
meeting. Wednesday night afternoon with their mother, their mother, Mrs. Ola ofIheir
Service, 4 p.m.. The scratching visited her husband's grandparents Sunday guests
Senior Choir rehearsal. public is invited. By ,and biting cats and dogs come together. Mr. and Mrs. 11.11. Mrs. C.R. Crews. Starling, visited her grandson grandparents, Mr. and.
Thursday night Story Hour at Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Mott, and family for two Mrs. Carl Prevail.Keith
and their
Carter and family
is visiting 1 ol Jacksonville
weeks. She now J Day
with her family in Oak Ridge, grandmother Mrs. J. P. It's The Season !spent a week: with his grandmother -
Tenn. while her husband is in Wyrick, of Tallahassee were Mrs. Lucille 1'. Ivcy.
Dynamite Army Basic Training in South Friday overnight guests of her For HurricanesHurricanes his uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Carolina. sister, Miss Elizabeth!: Terry. Mrs. I D. R. Bonn andknughter
Mrs. Doris Snyder of Mrs. Wyrick remained with ( Cynthia.
Jacksonville and her son .Miss Terry for a longer visit. are defined as Mrs. E.M. Norton: and son
AD GOOD THRU The 4th Martin Chambers, visited Mr and Mrs. John Counter tropical cyclones in which 1\\llIet'Jr.\ of Neptune bleach
and twin sons Keith and 'wind speeds reach 74 miles
their parents and grand- were guests ol her aunt
JULY 12 1975MILK
'parents, Mr and Mrs Evan Kelly, of Tampa spent per hour or more, blowing in a P.L. Dinkins. on Friday.Other ,
-" l Hodges, recently, before Saturday afternoon with Rev spiral around a calm center, guests( on Saturdayal
and Mrs. Jim Hall and family. to the U.S.
.' Martin was to leave for In- \\('n'. her nephew
Tho Boss duction into the service. Mrs, and Mrs Harold Department of Commerce. und nine, !Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
Mrs. Reeda Lott of Eunice and grandchildren Although the hurricane Mosley ol Slarke.Mr. .
Mississippi visited relativesover Douglas Darlene, and Regina season lor the eastern U.S. is and Mrs Steve Kuloh of
PEPSI COLA the weekend, while attending visited their son-in-law and considered l to be from June 1 Slarke called on their aunts.
the wedding of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. through November: 30, Miss\ I Elizabeth: Terry( and
sister, Debbie Lewis Pittman, Ronnie Mosley of Maxville on hurricanes are most commonin Mrs. J.P..vrick.. ol
OR' on June 28. Thursday.Mr August September and Tallahassee, who is !Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Mott and and Mrs. Wolfe of Cape October. In an average year, Terry's! guest until Thursday.
79c children of Fort Campbell Coral spent the weekend with Ihere are six hurricanes but Miss Elizabeth Terry and
1 UP 640Z: Ky. visited their parents, the their mother, Mrs. Hester the number varies widely. Miss Art ho rino Blanchard
II.II. Motts, several days last Hicks, and their brother-in- Thl'reere no hurricanes visited l her sister. Miss (<:n/.II
With '7" or more lood order week. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. recorded in two of the past HO lilanchurd, and !Mrs. Thelma
sgt. and Mrs. Anthony Glen Shuford and family. ears; in Iwo other years, 11 \\ilson 01 liakcr County
Castlen and children were Mrs. Myra Coswell, and were reported, and during :Nursing homo at MacC'leniu
visiting Mrs. Joyce Castlen Mrs. W.H. Hall and son, Bill three seasons as many as four on Wednesday alternoon.
'FARMFRESH CHICKEN OF THE SEA ) and family, and also attendedhis Hall, of Jacksonville, were hurricanes A\ere observed In' The ilk'inson 'Family(
.cousin's( wedding. As of Tuesday( 'dinner guests! of her proRresH-.ul.lhe. tluitt.flji.f.fh'tHlion* _lUlljt.br.\..Sun-
: ,July 6 Sgt.Castlen will be Mr. son-and daughter-In-law;, Mr.):>iiSince'rr993: girls' names day. June 29 1. at Highland I y
r' TUNA '299"r'l' Castlen again, as he will be and Mrs. Les McClellan. have been used by the Baptist Church. Thlt'el'n'
discharged from the Air Force Other guests during the afternoon National Weather Service to about mo) persons present andpll'nty

WYLER .nn that_' date.Bicentennial_on. were Mrs. Fay Jones identify hurricanes. In 1970, a to cat Their pastor,
1 GAL QL ) 6V4 OZ.wllh' ormore food orderHiDri and son, Phil, of Starke; Mrs. 10 year' sel of alphabetical Rev. Jesse and ate Willard will and them.wifeMased

I BitsOn Lillie Morgan, and Mrs. names was adopted to blrnd' Airs. Bob.Jones and
LEMONADE 24 OZ.Reg. Dorothy Herndon and designate storms through son. Phil spent a week in Tell
July 2, 1775, General daughter, Bettie. 1980. The names are con- City. Ind., visiting their
PAPER C George Washington arrived at* Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringleof sidered shorter, quicker' and pan'ntsIr.! and Mrs Russell
$ 49 39JUMBO MIX ? ; headquarters in Cambridge to Worthington Springs and more accurate identificationfor Jones. They took their sister
1 command of his forces. Mrs. Pierce Crews, visited hurricanes than previous Mrs. Edna: Willbanks, home loJacksonville.
take Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellanon attempts to use geographic Ala., on their
With '/" or more food order TOWELS Wlth'7" or more l Sunday afternoon. locations. way to Ind. She !spent the
food order $139 \I \ On July' 29, 1715, with the Floyd Norman of Here are the "girls" for 1975 winter here with them. They
city under siege, Boston's pop- Jacksonville was a Saturday (the letters Q lI, X, Y and Z also spent u lew days in
\ declined from dinner guest of his parents, are not included ) : Amy Alabama visiting Mr. and
\ ulation quickly
''I \ Mr and Mrs. Leonard Nor- Blanch Caroline, Dons, Mrs. Bob Jones' brother and
With.'7" or more food order ) 17,000 to 7,000 back
I' I 4SLb. man (Eloise; (Faye, Gladys; Halhe two sisters on they way
eOn Fred Moore Jr returned to Ingrid. Julia. Kitty Lilly home WhileIr.! und Mrs. Bob

'" 1.1 July 6, 1775, at the Hendersonyille, N. C after Mabel. Niki.: Opal.. Pegjo\Y.\ Jones were in Indian they
Second Continental Congress, spending his vacation with his Ruby, Sheila. Tilda Vicky and cent fishing and' visledseveral
and John parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. (F. Winnie. places ol interest.! \
20 OZ. SizeS Thomas Jefferson Moore. Another guest of the While sightseeing one day,
Dickinson wrote the "Declaration Moores was their son. Jimmy * * * they visited their cousins.! Mr.
Evorfr.sh of the Causes and Neces- Moore of Orange Park on und Mrs. Allen (Ezra, und their
ar" sity of Taking Up Arms." Saturday aunl. Mrs. Bill (Ezra: ut SI.\
," on a
:', \ Message
Mr. and Mrs. Warren' Marks, Ind.
* !Mesa. Ariz. showing\ and Terri
by Dobbs
of stopped
Widler Tampa of and Mrs. Casey
beautiful river
scene a
Br..d' f for a short visit with Rev. and "These banks do and (Frances Mrs. Joey Dobbs
slogan Mrs. Jim Hall and family on mountains: Use and Mr. and !Mrs. Charles

21 was: Help Keep Us in the Monday. not need litterbags.your deposits." Dobbs and lamily all ol
Rcd" Mr and Mrs Earl Walker your G. Jacksonville, spent Sunday
With '7" or more and Contributed by Lydia .
Ga. Mr.
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food order Walker Jr. of Richardson Dobbs.
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I School Board Seeks Exception To 1970 Desegregation Order

ming program rum e
STAHKE In an attempt to because it means more moneyfor within 30 days. that a parttime food service days work Temple which totals the years 1908-72 for which the I current budget situation.
keep 58th sixth graders at his school and will make it In other action In the special supervisor be employed. -Received and took under $3,851,920. The budget( Includes county received an overpayment Approved applications for
Lawtey instead of busing almost selfsupporting.It June 26 meeting, the board: Temple suggested three hours advisement a tentative 1975-76 pay back of $108,000 in from the state Supt state funds on environmental
them to the overcrowded would also mean the stu- -Awarded the State Farm 'per day or 600 hours for 200 operating budget from Supl. a prior year adjustment for Jockel Is requesting a two- education and health educa-
Bradford Middle School, the dents would attend school Insurance Co., represented payback which would net tion. 'fhe programs Involve
school board decided last closer to home locally by Merritt Williams, the board $82,000 more in teachers training, the pur-
Thursday, June 26, to requestthe Board attorney Gene Shaw. the school's insurance in the KH's 'OurCountr'yDa'y' operating funds for 197576. If chase of materials and equip
first change in the coun- was instructed to draw a petition areas of fire, building, and Tomorrow .Is those funds become availableit ment.After
ty's school desegregationcourt to change the 1970 court vehicles for a three year was Temple's recommendation much discussion
order since it was issuedin order since it would not meana period, and workman's com- to the new staff that 12.5 decided to accept a state food
August 1976.Lawtey change in the ratio of black pensation for one year State aides be hired six hours per service equipment grant if
Board Member and white students. The order Farm was only firm to bid on- Celebration. day for 180 days at $2.20 per required matching funds can I
Arthur Gaskins has requestedthat was written by Federal Dis- the entire school casualty hour for $36,000; that $40,000be be found The stale will pro-
the 58 Lawtey urea students trict Court Judge Charles R. insurance package Yearly retained as a contingencyfor vide 50 percent matching
be kept at Lawtey/ Ele- Scott In cooperation with the premiums for all coverage Inside City Hall, along with Hotary Fish Fry and other costs of negotiated items, funds for $17,000 of equipment
mentary which has two empty U.S. Department of Health, total about $39,000.On KEYSTONE HEIGHTS In Woman's Clubs items on the program. and that the summer swimming for the vo-tech cafeteria but
classrooms available next Education, and Welfare. Supt.Jim Temple's recommendation observance of IndependenceDay the KOP Keystone Arts and Crafts display, The 24th annual fish fry, program be funded school officials are debating
term. LE Principal Jim Dun- Shaw said it is possible that threw out all July 4, the sixth con- will be a picture history of under the direction of newly $8.000. foregoing the matching funds
can said he favors the move an answer might be obtained bids on cancer insurance for secutive 'Our Country Day" prepared by Al installed Rotary president No word had been received and purchasing more needed
employees with the sugges- has been set tomorrow in Keystone Jimmy Bell,' will get underway Wednesday by the school equipment! for the Bradford
tions that such coverage be conjuction with Keystone Following these at 4:30: p.m. with board office that the two year, High cafeteria. A committeeis
made one item for which the celebrating its 50th an- ceremonies, activities will be proceeds going toward the paybuck had been approved currently studying the food
Bradford Education can bar niversary, denoting"50 Great shifted to the Keystone Beach, free swim program, to be by the State Department ofducation. service situation and will
J & J CONTRACTORSAll gain with the board on. Years." under the direction of Com- conducted during the '; The board on June decide where the school board
-Accepted a $12,047 bid Activities of the day are set mander of the "Our Country ,following two weeks. 26 appeared unwilling to can best spend its $8,000 in
from W.T Jackson, Inc of to begin at 2:30 p.m,tomorrow Day" festivities Col. Howard Other activities, with times budget $8,000 for the swim- available fund
Types Cement Slabs Drive Ways, Starke to demolish and with a parade down Lawrence Dunn. listed in the schedule of
remove four old: buildings at Blvd., terminating at the City At 4 p.m., Paul Smysor, events, will include a boat
Patios, Porch Enclosures, the high school to make room Hall for presentation of lessee of the public beach, has parade, water novelty acts,
for construction of two new awards and speeches.Bud waived admission charges to aerial performances, a Starke PaintCenter
Block &Brick of Bradford High Anthony, chairman of the public for the afternoon's watermelon eating contest t
Phases within the coming the anniversary festivities,
will the winners
announce of
All Work GuaranteedFree year.Bids ranged from Jackson'slow the "Oustanding Citizen" DR. JAMES K. HESTER
of $12,047 to a high of awards and will present the 441 W. Madison St 964.8181L15
Estimates No Obligations $64,500. Jackson was nearly 1925 silver dollar pendant and OPTOMETRIST
$6,000 under the second low money clip to the two
bid of Paul Lock of Lawtey. deserving winners. ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF. HIS OFFICE
473-2000 'If -Took no action on Supt. Three former Mayors will FOR THE PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRY
Temple's recommendation also be recognized at this time
and given the opportunity to St.
444G. W. Madison,
expound on some of the
highlights of their term of Starke, Florida 32091 1
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The present mayor Ray 964-8076 1
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Carl wood Interior ,
Dress Shop

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2495 Pick Up With Camper
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964.7200 ,re' Badcock Assoc. Store STATE; BANK

128. S. Walnut I nrf- gSummer .

.Terwillegar Motors Inc., started
CONVOYSPECIAL I I business in Starke on May of 1958 with a Sale
) staff of President Clyde B. Terwillegar,
Jr. Vice President Clyde Byron Ter- Warranty Parts & Labor
willegar, Secretary Treasurer Cecelia T.
I Terwillegar, authorized dealer for Ford
Motor Company handle. Ford productsin
all of Bradford County, Lake Butler,
Kingsley Lake and Keystone Heights.
Save Now On All .Terwillegar Motors has a sales planning 10091
volume of 500 new Ford Cars and Color T1%
Trucks annually. Terwillegar Motors has 25"dEgaltr
G.E.AppliancesTrade 16 employees at the present time. B.. F. .
Allen, Jr., parts manager, has been with ..Martha Brock, head bookkeeper
"""' the company for seventeen years'During 1965, has always placed in the top
this time Mr. Allen has won many awardsfor on the Ford Honor Roll for
-;, outstanding sales and contributions to .Clyde B. Terwillegar, Jr.: has
improvement of :the parts system.. dealer of Ford products ,since 1958 GT720,
r IJ% I; Arthur Brock, service manager, has has been in the automobile business :Rcji -
p},,It.\ Now been with"th'e cOMpanyrfor' 10"'years" and 1949.: 'Terwillegar Motors has
.- has won many trips and awards for leader in car and truck sales for
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outstanding performance in the service years, winning contests and
\ And field. competition with other Ford $378'00
II .Terwillegar Motors mechanics attend Clyde Terwillegar has attended .vY.'S
,! Save Ford Schools regularly and hold many Schools in Dearborn, Michigan as
awards for completing all types of Ford Motor Institute in Atlanta, Financing Available ,
courses. Terwillegar Motors volume was recently, voted director by
sales of new cars and trucks places themin Ford 'Dealers to the Jacksonville We Service What We Sale
competition with towns of much larger Ford Dealers Advertising
population. serving South Georgia and all of Friendly Service From
MODELWWA5500p$118 .Ermie Jones, salesman, is a memberof ..In 1974 Terwillegar Motors won
NOW the Ford "500" Club for professional Distinguished Service Citation Electric
salesman and has been in the top group of to a few select dealers in the
SnWYERSLRDEHPPLIRNCE salesman in the 'southeast region for District.
several years. Byron Terwillegar also a ..Terwillegar Motors and it's Inc.
member of the Ford 500 Club in his first are proud to be in Starke and '
year of selling specializing in trucks of all opportunity to serve the Temple 964-7596
332 W Madison PH 964-7701 kinds, especially four wheel drive units. Bradford, Clay and Union counties.

price roll-back SALE 1! Head For All Quart The 1 C\--__ Over Gifts, Dahmers Discount

112 E. Call St. 964.7923
prices are way back. Check the Mallard values,
and save. ., Family ShoesJ4036 Ear Piercing
AEG.I2 Vinyl Floor,Covering
Ladies Shorts $1.98 With PurchaseOf
Hundreds Of COlors

Knitting Yarn $1.19
FRUIT OF THE LOOM 3 PAIRMen's $999 $498

Shorts . $3.69
Tee Shirts . $2.87 -- Ear RingsTake :"
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Pajamas. $4.29 Your OldDiamond .

Plastic Curtains $ .97 'V\d': ':: $1'41.
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Ear Rings. . $1.39 *26" J2088$29" Change Your $22.50No
Swim Trunks . $2.49.. We Now Have A A' Diamonds Old ImageWe

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With BackIn Foot,Wide-f'.alll.'III.
Swim Rings, Balls Masks White Navys & Brown Williams Jewel I' 11100F ,
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All Name BrandsLadies I

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"' Selection *Suzuki Of Starke Has In! Stock
Carl L. Johns; 'Robert. Kitchens Large

384 N. Temple Starke, Flavr ,The exciting Little Rover. 88 cc's

y.k 964.5242'Carpet, "**"' One Double Rack ,..'I'Of..Pure .Fun, Harvester

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f ;.'- ; '. Shorts Tops '& ,You Can Ride To.Work. Tractors

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( .ArmstrongVinylCongoleum Sports-Wear 'Many Other. .Models, In Stock
t. B F. Goodrich
Available :
Vinyl Reduced3Off Financing,
Low Down Payments

I Ceramic Tile 12,000 Mile Warranty
1 Rack Of Mens Knit Suits

r t 1 Rack Mens Knit Sports Coast Suzuki Of Starke
r StyleTexWallpaper-
304 E. Call Starke. Fla. .
M 300 ran non7So
Suits Were 8995
$6995 904-964-6020
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Sport Coats Were $6995o'1'
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f Interior Latex All Sherwin Williams

Mr. Robert L Kitchens and Carl L Johns are owners and PAINT $395 PAINT 'In Stock 1A
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,1t, P 1txTll'fDining operators of Carlwood Interiors. Mr. Kitchens has been in the Peg"8" Off List Price
floor covering and ceramic tile business for ten years. Mr.
Johns has been in the building supply business for twenty All Paint On Sale Buy 1 Gal.-
Mr.Kitchens and Mr. Johns decided to form Carlwood t
: Room Or Take-out: Service years. Get The 2nd Gal. V4 PriceAll
Interiors two years ago.
Clip This Ad For 50 Discount On Carlwood Interiors has been in business for fifteen months. Items Must Be Cash & Carry On Sale Item
k 9 I i Carlwood Interiors consists of carpets by Beattie, LD. Brink-
Beef Or Pork Plate Only. man, Pat Craft, World Carpets, and Whitekrest Carpets.We Our Stock Includes Paint For Metal Porches& Floor,
sheet vinyl by Congoleum, Armstrong and GAF.
Limit One Per Customer Per Meal carry Swimming Pools Interior Exterior Trim, Traffic Markings
We have various lines of wallpaper by Style-Tex, and
-..Good At All Stores ceramic tile by Florida Tile. .Wood Stains Antiqueing Kits

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I May Land Sales Total $420,550STARKE Former Man ArrestedIn Starke

Recorded land Gainesville to Frank E. F. Brooks Herman to J.D. Leo L. in right-of-way of a county Pot Haul
sales for May, 1975 totaled Sellers and Lydia A. Sellers, a McFarland and Christine S. D. Kolpacki and Mary graded road $2,500.
$420,550 for the month, bring- parcel of land in the southwest McFarland, Lot 20 of Whis- Pfiester and to Edward J. Demetree Builders, Inc., to STARKE A former Starke
the total recorded quarter of the southeast Nancy J. Crown Builders of Florida, resident, James R. Chasteen
ing years pering Pines Estates, Unit 2 Pfiester Lot
transactions since January to quarter of Sec. 10-7-22, two $3,000. Lake Homesites, 55 of Crystal Inc., Lot 4 of Block 2 of Unit 3 III 24, was one of 31 persons'arrested

$2.539.616. miles south of Starke- $15,000. F. Brooks Herman to Eather L. Dyal-and$2,700. of Saratoga Heights Subdivi- in Woodland Beach,.
Sonark Realty Systems Russell Volney sion $2,400Home Delaware Tuesday, July 1, in
and Patri-
W. Wall
The largest transaction Inc., to Michael Swerdlow andRobert cia McFarland, Lot 18 of D. Wall, the Security Corporationto what Delaware officials culled
recorded for the month was G. Mille, as tenants in Whispering Pines Estates south 165 feet of the north west George Holiday and J I the biggest marijuana haul in
for $50,000 for a 40 acre parcel common, a parcel of land' in Unit 2 $3,000. quarter of the southeast Theressa Holiday, Lot 9 of j[ the state's history.
about one mile south of the southwest quarter of the quarter of Sec. 20-7-21, excepta Block 1 of Nat Williams Addi- k ; 'iI The estimated value of the
Starke, between SR-100 and southwest quarter of Sec. 28-6- portion of a five acre parcelon tion to the Town of Starke ,A.hr; ; .1.#.' 12 tons of confiscated Colom-

US-301. 22, in Starke $12,150. $2.000., bian marijuana was set at $u
J.C. Edmondson and Doris Bradco Development H.L.. Hartley to J.D. Odom, ," \ ;;m." "SR,,, ,million.
Edmondson sold the north- Corporation to Arnold C, 3 New School Jr. and Vernie P. Odom, the ,
west quarter of the southwest Brice,Jr.,a parcel of land 50 x westerly 300 feet of the nor- l'. The group of suspects were
quarter of Section 4-7-22 to 100 feet in the northeast quar. therly 10 acres of the south- arraigned Tuesday, immediately -
Mildred P. Jordan for $50,000as ter of the northeast quarter of east quarter of the northeast after their capture
the largest sale of the Sec. 30-7-22 $10,800.Longchamp Buses OrderedSTARKE quarter of Sec. 33-6-22, lying and charged by the state with
month.A east of Colley Road,except 150 to distribute
total of 41 parcels valuedat Homes, Inc., to Three new food services. The board square feet in the northwest 1976 Decal Stickers Available marijuana, with bond set at
more than $1,000 each were Burrell N. Hamon and Joan C. school buses, costing $12,750 also turned down a request for corner $1,800.Bradco $150,000 each.Federal .
recorded at the courthouse Hamon, Lot 19 of Deerwood each, were ordered June 9 about $500 in matching fundsto Development STARKE Tax Collector lion period, Tax Collector charges are
during May. Subdivision, in Sec. 5-7-22, with $45.000 in borrowed funds buy films at the request of Corporation to Crown J.R. Kelly shows retired Col. Kelly said.Securing. scheduled in U.S. District
Sale price of the lands are south of Starke $10,000. which the school board media coordinator Gladys Builders of Florida, Inc., Lots James A. .Griffin just where license tags in the Court in Wilmington, Del.
calculated by the value of Floy Bell Bennett to Henry thought had been returned Thomas.In 7 and 8 of Block 22 of North the 1976 decal sticker shouldgo birth month is expected to eli- against the suspects for
state documentary stamps Lane Gaskins and Linda G. to the bank when the budget other action, the board Reno Subdivision, in Sec. 21-6- on the license plate. minate the long lines of buyersnow smuggling, conspiracy to
affixed to the warranty deedson Gaskins, Lots 54, 55, 58 and 59, got tight a few months ago. gave architect Craig Salley 22 $1,600.L.K. When the legislature extended experienced throughoutthe smuggle and possession of
each transaction. except three acres in the Supt. Jim Temple "drug his authority to move forward Whitehead and May the life of the present state during the 50-day marijuana.The .
Other land sale transactions northeast corner of Lot 55, in feet, as he put it, on retur- with drawings of the proposed Belle Whitehead to DouglasW. tag from three to four years, it renewal period. group had been under
recorded were: Woodlawn, containing 37 ning the money. A state sixth grade center to be Nugent and Audrey M. also provided that a small For the next three years a surveillance by Delaware
Betty Estridge and Doris acres, more or less, in Sec. 20522 transportation team report constructed at Bradford Nugent, a parcel of land in the decal sticker be purchased vehicle owner will not receivea authorities, with the cooperation
Angland to Willard C. $7,700.Floy advised purchase of new Middle School. The board has southwest quarter of the annually. It is the responsibility new license plate when he of Florida law enl'or cement -
Gaskins, Sr., and Ethel Bell Bennett to buses to replace the county's discussed the 10-classroom southeast quarter of Sec. 26-6- of the tag buyer to place pays his renewal tax. Instead, officials, lor more than ti
Gaskins and Frederick W. Thomas Fisher Gaskins and oldest which have been on the addition to BMS for several 22, east of Starke $1,600. the sticker on his tag.. he will be given a validation month.In .
Gaskins and Claudine E. Gas- .Janice Gaskins, Lots 6 and 7 road since 1963. The three new months as part of the $1.2 Lester B. Wright and Tags went on sale Tuesday, decal bearing the new year addition to Chasteen, two
kins, the northeast quarter of and all that part of Lots 10, 11, buses will update the fleet so million expansion 67 the Geraldyne L. Wright and July 1, and the purchasing date. It is the responsibility of other persons gun-
the northeast quarter of Sec. 12 and 23 lying north of county no regular buses will be older middle and high school Edward L. Arms and Mildred period will end on August 20, the vehicle operator to put this Gainesville as their address
15-6-21, a 40 acre parcel northof graded road, as per plat of than 10 years. Four new buses facilities. Arms, to Brenda Walling, a 1975.Beginning decal on the upper right Polly S. Cartledge, 25 and
SR-100 and west of SR-225 Woodlawy $7,700. were purchased a year ago. Temple also said June 9 that one acre parcel of land In the July 1, 1976 you corner of his current license James A. Moss, 2H.
32000. R.C. Dampier to Carolyn The delay caused this year once plans for the BHS projectare southeast quarter of Sec. 7-7- will be able to purchase your plate
Steve Whitehead to RobertM. Russell, parcel of land 50 by made the staff miss the approved by the state, 22, except the south 25 feet tag (or decal)) during your
Patrick and Linda S. 100 feet in Sec. 29-6-22 in regular bus order, but the that state bond funds then can reserved for easement birth month, just like your
Patrick, a parcel of land con- Starke $6,000.Vernon three new ones were picked up be used for demolition of old $1,300. driver's license. .
taining one acre, more or less, E. Olin and EloiseM. from Volusia County's: over BHS buildings which have to Mary Lee Gainey to Hazel When you buy your decal
in the north half of the north- Olin to Gerald E. Brown order. The new buses will be removed to make room for Thomas and Dola Blanton, an between now and August 20, NOTICE
east quarter of the southwest and Betty J. Brown, a parcelof have automatic tran- the two new buildings.To undivided one-half interest to you will be required to reveal
quarter of Sec. 3-6-22, 2 miles land in the east half of Block smissions, the first Bradford be demolished are the each, Lot 9 in Mount Vernon your birthdate for insertion on I
north of Starke $30,000. 6 in Temple's Subdivision County has ever ordered, present B Building, ag Subdivision, in Sec. 29-7-22, your registration slip. Homestead RestaurantWill
Johnny Lee Barrett and 4900. because that is the way building, home economics southeast of Hampton $1,200. The birthdate informationmust
LaVonda E. Barrett to H.C. Mary Ann Smith to R.H. Volusia orders its buses. suite, and boiler room. John Wayne Hersey and be secured this year so
Oehler and Bettye Elizabeth Parker and Edith F. Parker, Temple told the board he Peggy C. Hersey to Jerry E. that the state computers can Be Closed
Oehler. a parcel of land in the Lots 3 and 4 of Block 13, and failed to return the funds Additional March Crenshaw and Janet S. Cren- preprint the registration
northwest quarter of Sec. 3-7- Lots 3 and 4 of Block 11 of the because of the desperate needto shaw, a one acre parcel of forms for the 1976-77 registra- Friday July 4th
22, one mile south of Starke, survey of Town of Hampton purchase new buses. He Land SalesJ.D. land in the north half of the
east SR-100 and south of SR- $4,700. said turning back the southwest quarter of the * *

100-A $25,300.Ralph Drewdy Bernard Rice and borrowed funds would have Odom and northwest quarter of Sec. 2-8- HAVE MI (Have A Safe Holiday
R. Read and AlveraA. Julia Ann Rice to Ray Brum- indicated to the State Vernie 22,south of Starke,west of SR- SIHI.LC I
Read to Randolph O. West baugh and Louella Brum- Department of Education the Phillips Odom to Sidney D. 100 $1,200.Pitt Fount' ,4Spf Drive I
and Teresa K. West, Lot 13 of baugh, the southerly 62.5 feet funds were not needed for the Newman and Linda A. Newsome and ThelmaG. Carefully)
Block 15, Keystone Club of the easterly 300 feet of Lot 6, purpose requested. Newman, a portion of the Newsome to Grover C. s i / 'i
Estates, Unit 1- $23,000. Indian Beach Subdivision Following a state transportation southwest quarter of the Davis and Willie M. Davis, a We Will Reopen SatAt 11 AM
Crown Builders of Florida, 4500. survey report on southwest quarter, north and one acre parcel of land 208.71
Inc. to Carlos R. Ford and The Ott Corporation to May 30 the board decided the west of SR-227, in Sec. 12-7-21 feet square, along the 1 ThanksA
Ethel J. Ford, Lot 7 of Denny Alfred C. Boree and Gloria funds should not be returnedto $11,000. westerly right-of-way of SR-
::.i Heights! Subdivision in Sec. 22- Boree, Lot 6 of Block B of the bank. Decision to buy 225, in Sec. 14-6-21 $1,000. * *
6-22 $20.800.Crown Seminole the buses was unanimous. Jesse
Ridge Unit No.4. C. Hicks, Sr. and Zita
Builders of Florida 4500. Remarks were again tossed M. Hicks to Roger D. McLen- ,
Inc., to Mary H. Parks, Lot 3 Frank Porreca and Esther about June 9 overspending don and Donna M.: McLendon,
of Denny Heights Subdivisionin Porreca to William R. White certain line items in the 1974- a five acre parcel of land in
Sec. 22-6-22 $20,400. and Judith E. White, 3.25 75 budget. Board Member Pat the southwest quarter of the
Edward Brown to Henry S. acres in the northeast quarterof Spengler, who examined the northeast quarter of Section
Folger and Susan C. Folger, the northwest quarter of May bills for payment per theboard's 27-5-21 $7,500.William D
Lot 55 of Parkwood Subdivision Sec. 14-6-21 4500. policy of one member C. Atwater and Kay
,. ,in Sec. 29-6-22, in Starke Robert M. Patrick and looking at the bills and Atwater to James D. Mc-
'$18.500. Linda S. Patrick to Steve recommending payment, said Cauley, Jr. and Dorothy C.
Willis Hankerson and Ethel Whitehead, a parcel of land. she could not, herself, McCauley, Lots 72, 74, 76 and
E Mae Hankerson to Dan Han- recommend payment of bills o
containing one acre,' more or 78, of Crystal Lake Homesites
kerson, Lot 7 and the west 19 less, in the north half of the charged against line items $5,550.
feet of Lot 8, Block 3, in Sunny northeast quarter of the already in the red.
Acres Subdivision in Sec. 21-6- southwest quarter of Sec. 3-6- Mrs. Spengler had stated
21 18300. her opposition at a previous Lloyd Edwards to
22 4000.
Will F. Glenn as attorney in Viola C. Allen to William H. meeting; to continued spending Gloria Kenneth Alexander W. Alexander and New Price
fact for Vernon N. Glenn, as Kimberley and Anne M. Kim- in categories already in the land a parcel of a
near Sampson Lake
tenants in to GordonW. red. Temple's defense was ,
common berley, a parcel of land in the
12 of recorded
Allen and Jennifer D. northwest quarter of the that the total budget is not in a plat in Sec. 26- Structure
Allen, Lots 3 and 4 of Block 1, southeast quarter of Sec. 31-7- the red, and funds could be 6.21$5,000.John E. Anderson
in Wynn's Addition to the Cityof 22, south of Starke $3,500. transferred to cover the itemsin Gladys L. Anderson to JohnM. and
Starke the red.
Keystone Developers of .
Madge Ann
Leonard V. Moore and Bradford, Inc., to Howard C. Mrs. Spengler on June 9
Shirley Jean Moore to JosephT. Kerry and Delores M. Kerry, recommended payment of all feet Miller by,220 a feet parcel,in Sec.of land 34+22-666 Y
Reese and bills except those yr
Janelle P. against
Out 8 of Block 15 of KeystoneClub $5,000. lY UfllUUflll]
Reese. Lots 1 and 4 of Block 5 Estates, Unit 1 3000. categories already in'the red. G. Edwards
Lloyd to ClaudeM.
of South Gate Replat 17000. Mamie H. Ellis and Fred W She asked for the entire boardto Stanley and Helen Stanley t
Joseph Kerrigan to JohnnieB. Ellis to Joe W. Pentecost and vote on the red-lined items. a parcel of land ,
Thompson and JoAnn B. An amendment to exclude the near SampsonLake
Bertha Mae Pentecost, all of
Lot of
Thompson, Lot 9 of Block A in Block 47, except 80 foot stripon red-lined items from those Sec. a platin /
Mount Pleasant Subdivisionon west side of block In east bills to be paid failed 32.
Silver Lake $16,500. addition to Sampson City, con- Gaskins, Parrish, and Hall 1
Guaranty Federal Savingsand taining four acres, more or voted not to exclude the bills Myrtle H. McKinney to .
Loan Association of less 3000. against categories already in Robert L. Scott and Beatrice Due To More Efficient r
the red. Mrs.Spengler and Art Scott, and Jimmie L. Scott
.n..rs. Holliday voted to exclude. and Olivie Scott, Lots 1 and 2
Mrs. Spengler voted againstthe of Block 22 of Livingston,
_TrN original motion to pay the Truby and Company's Sub- Production Techniques
bills, which passed 4-1. Division of Starke, in Sec. 28-6-
"I have every intention of 22 $4,000.
bringing this budget out in the Lester B. Wright and We Are Able To Offer

Bordens Bordens black as I have each year I've Geraldyne L. Wright, and
been in office," Supt. Temple Edward L. Arms and Mildred '0
ORANGE FRUIT stated. "I have been a jealous Arms to Luanne W. Bramlett, Price Breaks On I
fiscal guardian." a parcel of land in the south-
JUICE PUNCH Business Manager Eddie east quarter of Sec. 7-7-22 -
Douglas said there were $3,500. Most Printing. .
All Flavors extenuating circumstances in Irvin Hunter to Pete Sparks,
30ts. loll each case in which bills were Blocks 42, 48, 54 and 57, in the
incurred against items Town of New River in
79C Sec. 24-
1 GalSunbeam already in the red. He was not 6-22 $3,000.E.W. .
64 Oz. pressed for further explanation Hodges, Sr. and Ruby Let Us Quote Y
however. Hodges to Crown Builders of our'h
PEPSI,7-up, BREAD 160z.3FORlGG One item in the red is thesuperintendent's Florida, Inc., Lot 6 of Block 1
travel expense of Shady Oaks Subdivision -'
Also Diet Pepsi Drinks for which $1,000 was $2,300. I \.,

/ Gal 79C 8 Pack the budgeted year. Actual at the expenditures beginning of Lester C. Humphries and I Next Job JEspecially '

COKE OZ. incurred in the May budget Mary M. Humphries to James \
report given board members Franklin Allen and Patricia } }
PEPSI 7-UP showed approximately $1,900. Pearce Allen a parcel of landin
$1 Plus Dep. That amount had grown to the northwest quarter of the '
GOLDEN AGE approximately $2,100 in the southeast quarter of Sec. 34-6- ;V M
June report. 22 1900. ,
pq q .
6 Pack 99C t During the June 9 meeting, Muriel C. Gilhooly and '- \'.;:.i-J,1;;.. :
Letter Heads
12 Oz. Busch however, the board refused to Michael Gilhooly, to W.J. Envelopes "
spend $50, at Temple's Thornton and Annie Mae
8 Pack request, to send food services Thornton a one acre parcel of .
BEER coordinator to Tallahassee for land in Sec 6-6-22, northwest of Statements & Business Cards .

RC two days to attend a meeting Starke $1,700.
12 Oz Lester C. Humphries and
6 Pack 5149 Mary M. Humphries to JohnE. .
16 Oz. ; 139 Pine Level Church Anderson and Gladys L.
Anderson, a parcel of land 666 You'IIBe'

Plus Dep. This Price Good Thru Fri a Sat Will Celebrate $1,400.feet by 220 feet, in Sec 34+22 -

61st AnniversaryThe Edmund H. Shafer to Vir .
ginia E. Bell, a parcel of land
105 feet by 217.5 feet in Sec. 19-
61st anniversary of the
ICE BAGS Pine Level Baptist Church 7-22 at Hampton $1,100. Pleasantly
will be celebrated this Sun- Earl Prevatt and Louie Bell Surprised

10 Lb. Bag Crushed 25 Lb. Block day.July 6, starting at 10 a.m. and Prevatt Alice to Converse Eugene, Converse the south
A special day,a special
45' I 75' very 121 feet of all of Block 14 and
speaker, special
all of half block of
25 Lb. Bag Crushed dinner on the ground after the
We Have
Any Size Town of Lawtey west of railroads

75' 25 To 300 Lbs. attend morning anniversary public, service says is will welcome Rev.celebration.The highlightthe John Jua. railroad Eugene-except 1000.L.Lot, Harvey 7, west ,to of- 1Eilffir1I11E1( 1 : ]1 DQOL1LL( ? (

Pmehurst Strickland, of the Starling Elijah Bryant, Jr.,
Grocery church located pastor on SR-16 three the east 66 feet of the west
quarter of the north half of the
miles west of Starke. 135 W. Call St. Starke
southeast of the Fla.,964-6305,
Rd. 100 S. .9649935I "You all come and join us northeast quarter quarter of Sec. 18-6-' ,. . .' .
In the the great celebration, ,. :' ,
Rev. Strickland. 22, containing one acre o f\\
says $1,000.,


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June Lands Sales Total $548,150\ July 14 Trial Set r I

STARKE Land sale trans Donna D. Ford, the west one- and Vivian N. Plympton, Lots Stabb, Lot B. Three- acres in or less, in s the north half of the For KH' MurdersKEYSTONE

actions recorded In June for half of the northeast quarterof 8 and 9 of Block 26 of Livingston the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of the

Bradford County totaled the southeast quarter, and Truby and Company's northwest quarter of Sec. 6-6- northeast quarter of Sec. 10-7- HEIGHTS than once, with weapons of at were not discovered until 18

r $548,150 total bringing the years one acre in the northeast Addition to the Town of Starke 22 $4,500. 22 Jo'-,$3,000.Brooks Herman to RalphG. Trial date has been set June- least .25 calibre. months later, on June 24, 1972
recordings since corner of the northeast $12,500. William L. O'Steen and
January 1 to 3087766. Moore and Mildred F. 14, in Bradford County, to Organized searches in the in an area just north of SH-16 I
of the Ermie Jones and
quarter JacquelineR Betty C. O'Steen to
Ashby about two miles east of
.. total of 44 Moore, Lot 16 of WhisperingPines hear testimony in the most area for Valerie proved
" parcels valued at quarter of Sec. 25-7-21, containing Jones and Randolph L. Floyd Huguley and Lynne G. bizarre and Starke.
fruitless and her remainsPhone
more than $1,000 each 21 acres, mor or less Jones and Nancy Vorease Huguley, Lot 39 of Block A of Estates $2,800. murder known inKeystone's !
II changehands during June, $34,500. Jones to Kiert Sundusadeeand Cypress Beach $4,500. Joyce Futch to Trustees of
with the largest transaction R. Suthilak Sundusadee John Whitten Jack the First Baptist Church of 50 years of history
Triangle Enterprises, Benny to Carl Robert Taylor Rates Allowed I
I for the month being the sale of Inc., to Paul D. Newell,, a Lots 2,3 and 4 of Country Club C. Higginbotham and F, Marjorie Lawteythe north 90 feet of the indicted July 23, 1974 by was the
I an undivided one-half interest Estates westerly 70 feet of Lot 4 of
parcel of land situated in $10,500. Higginbotham Lot 37 ofUnit Bradford
:i; for $80,000 Government Lot 1 of Sec 36-8- J.W. Gaskins and Myrtice 2, Sampson Lake Shores, Block 16 of the Town of for the November County ,grand 1971 triple jury State FSC

James Harold Eunice and 22, and other lands $29,000. Alice Gaskins to Ronald L. in Sec. 35-6-21 $4,300. Lawtey $2,500. murders of two beauty By

Edith Gertrude Eunice sold an David Brown and Era1' E. Wood and Teresa A. Wood, Longchamp Homes, Inc., to David Websterand Ruth D. operators, Patricia Ma IT, 22,
undivided one-half interest to Garland that portion of south half of Denise A.M. Gravel and Webster T. A.W. Schmidt and
Browning to Norman YvonJ. Melrose; Bobbie L. Turner, Revisions In rates and service. The company had
Eugene F. Shaw and Betty and Marilyn E.' Norman, -all southeast, quarter of the Gravel, Lot 23 of Deerwood Marie M. Schmidt, Lot 42 on 28; and her teenage daughter, charges designed to increase asked for a 75-cent increase

Lou Shaw, Lots 3 and 4, the that part of Lots 47 and 51 northwest quarter lying east Subdivision in Sec. 5-7-22 Cypress Avenue ofCrystalLake Valerie Turner, 16, of annual gross revenue of across the board.
west one-half of Lots 5 and 8, south of SR-225, and all Lot 50, of old Sanderson Road and $4,000. I Homesites in Sec. 1-8-22 Keystone Heights. Continental Telephone Co. of Business rates will increaseto

I. Lots 9 and 10, Lots 29, 30, 31, and the north two acres of Lot north of Morris Carter Road, Martha A. Tobias to Hugh $2,000.() Mana Taylor was returned to the South by some $205,000 $3.40 for single service,
M.F and
32, 33 and 34, Lots 39 through 63 in Woodlawn, containing 22 containing 10.6 acres, more or Gordon and Larry J. Crews, Wiggins Harden Florida in April of this year have been granted by the $2.45 for two-partly linesand
49, and Lots 56 through 60, all acres, in Sec. 19-5-22 $29,000. less, in Sec. 25-5-21 $10,000. Lot 2 of Block C of Bedford Wiggins to Charles W. after months of continuedinvestigation Florida Public Service $1.75 for others.

;; in Section 11, Township 5 Henry Greene and CharlottaA. George B. Edwards and Oaks, in the northwest quarter and Irma F. Harden, Lots 1 by Bradford Commission, which serves The commission also approved -

South, Range 22 East, in Greene to Edward M. Louise P. Edwards to James of the northeast quarter of through 6, and Lot 11 Block of Block in Sheriff Dolph Reddish and the Bradford, Clay, and four West increases for other
and 2
10 fractional
Woodlawn, along with other Tyree and Jane E. Tyree, Lot Edward Wheeler and Cynthia Sec 13-8-22 $4,000. the, of River finalization of extradition Florida counties services, but-due to com-
lands for a consideration of 14 and the east 40 feet of Lot 13 Moore Wheeler, a parcel of F. Brooks Herman to J.D. Town New processes. The company had asked for plaints at public hearings on

., $80,000. The property is of Block 4, South Gate Replat land 100 feet by 128 feet in Sec. McFarland and Christine S. $1,800. and Over three and a half years an additonal $282,372. the quality of service providedby
E. Starling
located north of Lawtey on the 27000. 9-6-22 $10,000. McFarland Lot 21 of Whis- Joseph ago the nearly-nude bodies of Under the new schedule set the particularly
Ann to
west side of US-301. James W. Parker and Mary James Johnson, Ger- pering Pines Estates, Unit 2 Bridgett Starling and Janice the two beauticians were by. PSC, effective July I, in comfany. Florida
Tommy Phillips
Values are calculated from Judith L. Parker to RichardF. trude James Jones and $3.300. found sprawled in a small residential rates will increaseto counties the PSC directed
half of Lots
south 6 7
Phillips, ,
the state documentary stamps Thomason and Yvonne Frankle Mae James Smith to that of additional
month for $36,000
Bradley and storage room of Nell's Beauty 80 per a
Clyde Gladys 8, 9 and 10, and the east ten
affixed to the warranty deedson Thomason a parcel of land Mary Kopack and Barbara A. Bradley to Ernest Costa and feet of the south half of Lot 5 of Shop on SR-21 between one-party line, 70 cents for revenue authorized be placed

each transaction. containing 2.47 acres in the Izard, as joint tenants, the Wilma Costa, a parcel of land Block 34 of Crosby Lake Melrose and Keystone. Both two-party service, and 60 under bond until a complete
Other land transactions southeast of the north half of the southeast service evaluation is
quarter containing three acres, moreCity Shores Subdivision $1,700. women had been shot, more cents for four and five-party com-
recorded during June were: southwest quarter of Sec., 13-7- quarter of the northeast pleted by its staff.
Dorsey L. Davis and Elois 20 $23,500. quarter of Sec. 26-8-22, exceptone

Davis to George C. Miller, Jr., Gulf Oil Corporation to acre deeded to Mary
John W, Miller and James D. Register Oil Company, all of James Johnson $9,000.

Miller, as tenants in common,' Block 31, as excented on Wiley P. Sweat and LillianP. Clears ApartmentsFor

Lots 12, 13 and 14, of Block 27, Ensey's map of the Town of Sweat to James L. Kinna-
Temple's Addition to Town of Starke in Sec. 28-6-22 $21,500. mon and Eunice Kinnamon, a

Starke, in Sec. 28-6-22 $47,000. A.J. Thomas, Jr. and JeanS. part of the southeast garter), .

Henry H..Wesley and Ethel Thomas to Bradco Develop- of southwest quarter of the r I Is.DN
Wesley toQuinton C. Ford andPreInventory ment Corporation, a parcel of northwest quarter of Sec. 34-6-
land in the northwest quarter 22 $5,000. Sewer ServiceSTARKE

of the southwest quarter of Lloyd Castillian Flemingand

Sec. 28-6-22 in the City of Elouise Thornton Flem-
Starke $20,000.Arthur ing to Arthur H. Lutgens and --- -"
the .
H. Lutgens and Doris E. Lutgens, a portion of The "go ahead"on vertise 15 acres U mile out- developments to cover project still not completed, --
Sale control.
the proposed 90 unit side the city limits on the left costs of pollution attorney George Pierce was
Doris E. Lutgens to William C. fractional Sec 35-8-22 on : JULY 3,1775. Gtutlial
Ahrano,a portion of fractional Santa Fe Lake $7,700. apartment complex to be hand side of SR-100 going west The new apartment com- instructed to contact the (.tOef.E" wASMIMir.'Nf ',"" "
from RlA plex is to be constructed on a engineers and the bonding ('NMA4V "/'M'vlp' MUt t 1\1'1
StorewideWhirlpool Section 35-8-22 on Santa Fe William J. Trigg and Fre- constructed just outside the single family '
limitson OF PtOflt" 'Ul' tlh'''
the '
Lake $15,500.J. derick W. Sackett to Trisack, city limits of west Starke on residential, to R3, multi- site just outside city company to get the long AMAPe 'IHkM 'IN1O" Till 1 ,.ktil'igFJhMTW .
Brooks Brown and HelenL. Inc., a Florida corporation, SR-100 was assured of water family residential with no the south side of SR-100, YApproved complete. Afc.1ll" JUT* AOt ,'.w.,,"
between the Adolph Gay the write-off of \ '.*
'u IHA1 wouuC' FE vtsruntTMI
Brown, and Jack M. Court- the south 80 feet of Block 2, and sewer service at Tuesday limits on the number of property and that of Olin's in I.UPI, CRr::> PtCLAVATlOM OcIMCBPunPlUCI
$1,483 delinquent
[ nay and Marilyn R. Courtnay ,being all of Lots 6 and 7, and night's commission meeting.The families. Mobile Homes. accounts. utility ,,:-ifMt I?: Ju,.t
to George Dallas Mayo and the southerly fraction of Lots 4 commission gave its First phase of construction On another matter with A tf1 *UP A l i'Ar */'tw" .
Delores F. Mayo Lot 36 of and 5, in the A.L. Alvarez tentative preliminary approval calls for building 44 apart- reference to the constructionof

e I ri Lake Hampton Oaks Subdivision Addition to the City of Starke for further planning on ment units. A letter from city the Bradford County Public
the project contingent engineer Don Ruckman indicated -
in Sec. 25-7-21 $14,500. $6,400. upon
said "We
Library, Bryan
the that the impact fees
Roderick C. Dampier to city's engineers keepingthe :
Raul Santiago and Mary Donald R. Hodges and Doris developers advised on the for the first construction have (the county comtnisssioners

'-- Santiago (aka Oneida Santiago L. Hodges a parcel of land in cost of impact fees to be included phase would be about $8,300, ) agreed to go
) to Barney H. Roberts as a cost of the project.A which the developers have ahead and pay the cost of
Sec. in the of
i City
1"i I' ; and Ronald W. Roberts, as Starke second contingency Involved agreed to pay. $85,000 for the library without I
11111111: I ; : 'i I'':I' ;I: I;;; 'Jli'! tenants in common a parcelof James- $6,000.D. McCauley, Jr., in the commission's At the commission meeting having to call on the city to
share in those costs. There is
land containing 11.47 acresin and Dorothy C. McCauley to approval is to keep the June 17, Ronnie Davis, one of fee"
another "impact
I I. '.:. I the south half of the south- William L. Harrell and Mary developers advised on the the developers of the project to to be
11'1 amounting $1,150
'. I I j east quarter of the southeast eventual annexation of the made the request to tie in to
C. Harrell. Lots 72, 74, 76 and '
the for ad-1
.... AUUB $14,400.quarter of Sec. 15-7-22 $5,900.78 in Crystal Lake Homesites within property the to be city later limits included of system.the city's water and sewer ditional charged electric by city wiring and Get the Coolest Buy in Town!

P $239 DEL 'w'CHG Henry Lee Reddish to MaxieD. Eugene F. Shaw and John Starke. Bryan said the developershad heavier transformers for the
We would the
v.: E. E, B. e4 Reddish and Margie S. Kopelousos to Robert C. Ralph Bryan, realtor, appeared agreed to pay all costs, library to waive those request costs or
Reddish, all that part of Lots before the commissionand including .pipe, pumping
Pomerhn and
: Ann
C:, BTU rating (AHAM)* 12, 20, 21, 28 and 29, less one Pomerhn, a parcel Betty, of land in made the request for station, fire hydrants and all make a" donation in like Get General Electric's '

: .,18,000, acre in Lot 21, lying east of' the southwest quarter: of.the approval on behalf of J). S_& of ,,the equIpment and 'amount.The 'commission
E SH-225-Aand Lot 19, in Wood- N. of materials needed to effect the .
( Room Circulation C.F.M southeast quarter oCSec. 26-6- Development Company "uri hlmously the
: lawn,containing 21V4 acres, in 22 $5,500.L.K. Gainesville.' tie in to the city's system, of Quietest Most Efficient
waiver of the $1.150 cost the
All ,
With Sorvlc Sec. 19-5-22 14000. Whitehead and Developers have received including impact fees
May make
wiring and agreed to the
Donald R. Hodges and Doris from the Bradford Impact fees are
Belle Whitehead and RalphP. permission now being r
Wheeler Discount installation without charge to
.... L. Hodges to Paul Bennett and Bryan and Mary H. Bryan, County Zoning Board to ad5FFAers- charged by most cities on new the library project.In HOLE nmwnjigilGlOUSE
Lorraine Bennett of w
a parcel to Buel Birchfield and VelmaG. other matter atTuesday's
Appliances land 361.5 feet north and south '
Birchfield Buel
... by 361.5 feet east and west in meeting, the
Jr. and Ronald E. Birchfield, To Attend
: Hwy 21 Between the northwest corner of Lot 17
s a one acre parcel of land in the -- On the recommendationof
of Woodlawn Subdivision in
Keystone & Melrose southwest quarter of the commissioner Harold Epps
Sec. 10-5-22 $13,350. Forestry Camp
southeast quarter of Sec. 24-7- approved the appointment ofAC. CENTRAL AIRCONDITIONER
475-2401 James T. Moore and Lucille -
; 21 5500. the
Williams to City
Moore to John W. Plympton Clyde Bradley and Gladys Five Bradford High School In addition, the students will Zoning Board. Williams, a

i Bradley to Lawrance R. FFA members will attend the examine a typical woodland local jeweler, replaces former
Vargo and Myrtle C. Vargo, a 41st annual session of the environment to obtain an member of the board Don
Celebrate The 4th With parcel of land containing five nation's oldest and largest appreciation of the Interrelationship Hardon, who resigned

acres more or less, in the Forestry Training Camp July of trees, following his appointment a // your home is heated by warm air, you
north half of the southwest 20-25 at O'Lena State Park plants, wildlife,. soils and
the Bradford
seal on County be astonished to discover how littleIt
Fresh Cut quarter of the northeast near High Springs.The water. Zoning Board. may
quarter of Sec. 107.22 $5,000. five are Mark Reddish. Ample time is left, Bethea A.J. Watson, business will cost to add on GE's finest

1 Boree Decorating and Billy Gnann Wayne Reid, pointed out, for typical manager of the Gainesvilleunit residential Central Air Conditioner!
\ Painting Inc., to Ronald H. Roger Mitzell, and James camping activities such as of the International
:%. v.s Cordell and Norma L. Cordell, Livingston. The group will be swimming, sports, movies Brotherhood of Electrical I Where existing warm-air ductwork it. adequate, GE central air conditioning
often can be Installed within
a single' day-and
Lot 39 of Seminold Ridge, Unit accompanied by Ag Advisor special programs. Workers, requested council for far less than you'd guessl You and your family will eat, deep,
::; No. 6, in Sec. 12-9-22 5000. Greg Alvarez., action on the city's electrical relax In cool, dry comfort In every room In the housel! And_ because
Lester C. Humphries and Some 200 members of the workers contract. With efficiency l Is essential In today's energy shortage -ire wise
I Future Farmers of Americawill to choose GE'e Executive model with an Energy Efficiency Rating
Mary Humphries to Wiley p,
commissioner Marc Jacksonon (EER) to e.!! of GE unit! It
H Neighbors up highest any not only helps save
Lillian attend of two
Sweat and P. one weekly
Sweat a ; vacation It less
L mayor energy costs to run than others with lower efficiency"' ratingslOuletest -
part of the southwest quarterof camp periods. FFA students commissioner Charles outdoors of any GE residential condensing unit, !
== the southwest quarter of the from south and south central Schaefer, deferred action on "
northwest quarter of Sec. 34-6- Florida attend the first week qA\ D44II the contracts discussion untila Call Today for FREE Survey and Estimate!
:: with north Florida FFA HOMAGE
J 22 $5,000. full commission mem-
:;: U Vasken A. Mgerdichian to students attending the second cn i ll bership was present. Brown Refrigeration

::: William Frank Skriletz and week. 15, al 7 p.m.
Grace N. Skriletz, a parcel of The camp is conducted by was designate as the date

n land containing 2.24 acres in' the Division of Forestry, and time for the contracts & Air Conditioning
the southwest Florida Department of
i quarter of the discussion with the electrical

:: northeast quarter of Sec. 5-7- Agriculture and Consumer nnm i union and the commission. 964.7731 226 S. Walnut
a 22 4500. Services. Operating expensesof I With the Reno sewer
". C Georges Properties Ltd., to the camp are paid by ..
Marvin J. Staab and Colleen Florida's forest industries.The .
:.-. Staab. Lot A. Three acres in youths are introducedto
{ the southwest quarter of the traditional Forestry practices "Now listen, busier, no darn
\ .......,. .... '" 1 northwest quarter of Sec. 6-6- including reforestation, computer I own Is going to
:: .i 22 $4.500. timber management, forest
Is for
Georges Properties Ltd., to fire control, genetics, tell me my" soup recipe :
MeatsJ Edward J. Kopeck and Betty utilization and marketing. the birds! .
Kopeck Lot C. Three acres in Subject areas such as urban Keystone HeightsAuto
the southwest quarter of the and recreational forestry also
FISH'S MEAT MARKET northwest quarter of Sec. 6-6- are emphasized, according to A recent Gallup poll showed

22 $4,500 Division Director John M. that 47 per cent of American

Lake Geneva 473-2371 Georges Properties Ltd., to Bethea. families had vegetable gardensin Parts
Melvin J.. Stabb and Addie L. 1974. 473-246
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I Leljal. LegaIs Risk*Sleep Safety Cheats' Queen Debra- Represents

Are you a sleep cheat? Many
Americans Bradford Co. In NewberryNEWBERRY
-------------- are.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF plaintiff's attorney, whose name NOTICE "Sleep cheats" are people
I James Daniel Ricks will not be* THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- and address is George H. Pierce, Cardin Brothers has made late-to-bed Bradford

responsible for any bills made by CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Esq., Pierce & Hardy, P.A., P.O. Application to the Bradford with a pattern Strawberry Queen Debra

anyone besides myself. 6/19 4tp BRADFORD COUNTY. Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, County Zoning Board for which results in sustained sleep of was
7/10 + PROBATE NO. 75-163 ((1- 32091, and file the original with reclassification of the property shortage. According to an Jordan, 16, Lawtey in competition .,
second' ,, ;
..:..------------ 2315)) the clerk of the above styled described below from BR to MS article in Electric News, the runner-up with 11' contestants .

IN RE: Estate of court on or before July 22, 1975; 2 Acres Section 32, Township 6 employe magazine of New recently for the title of queenof

NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR RUTH MELIN CARLISLE, otherwise a judgment may be South, Range 22 East, }V mile Orleans Public Service Inc., all the Newberry Watermelon
CARLISLE entered against you for the reliefdemanded south of City Limits on right of cheats suffer health
TAX DEED 8/k/a/ RUTH K. sleep some Festival. CLASSIFIED AD RATES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Deceased. In the complaint or Highway 301,. to allow the impairment.,, Miss Jordan was the)

that T.W. TATUM the holder of CREDITORS petition. ,manufacture. of precast concrete The sign of chronic sleep youngest girl in the pageant in Deadline 'for Insertion
the following certificates has my hand and the in the order in which which contestants appeared in Tuesday Noon
All creditors of the Estate of seal of said Court June 19 change in classification I is shortage, preceding:
filed said certificates for a tax RUTH MELIN CARLISLE, also 1975. on subject to a public hearing to be they appear, are: evening wear and !\swim suits, I Thursday before publication.:
be issued thereon. The known as RUTH K. CARLISLE held 29 1975 muscular were required participatein
deed to on Tuesday July at e Poor timing and
of deceased, are hereby notified a talent show, and were Minimum Charge $2.00
numbers and years 7:30 the County Com-
certificate Gilbert S. Brown : p m. in
and required to file claims or interviewed by judges.
of the any (Covers 15 Words)
issuance, the description In demands which they may have As Clerk of said Court mission room at the Bradford control.Strained vision with objects Miss Jordan's talent skit ry. Each: : word over IS
property and the names said Estate in the Office By: Beulah M. MoodyAs County Court House at which
against shifting in size and shape was entitled HonorAmerica, a 10 cents
which it was assessed are as of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof Deputy Clerk time all persons interested shall and reduced take-off on the 1976. Bicen-. rah
follows: Bradford County, Florida, in 6/264t7/17/ be heard for or against the proposal C Impaired hearing M ti.
Certificate No.: 6 the Court House at Starke, < as specified in the Zoning sense of touch temperature tennial.. Debra read exerpts All Classified Ads must be
Year of Issuance: 1973 Florida, within six< ((6)) calendar IN TH" CIRCUIT COURT--O"F- Code of Bradford County.A. and pressure. from the Declaration of In- paid for In advance unless you

Description of Property: Lot months from the date of the first FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL e Increased irritability and dependence and sang patriotic have an established account

22 in Woodlawn, Sec. 17, T,5-S, publication of this notice. Each CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR R. Keiger, Jr., Chairman depression. songs "This Land Is( YourLand" a, '. 'aG S wa wilh the Telegraph, in that
claim or demand must be in BRADFORD COUNTY and "America The event 50 cents extra chargefor
Bradford Board
R22E writing and must state the placeof County Zoning Eventually, collapse from Beautiful." She held an ,
assessed billing. Not
which : entered and which responsible for
Name in residence and office L. M. Gaines may be a
post CASE NO. 75155IN exhaustion can occur So American flag in her right
!Madeline\ Edwards. tAll address of the claimant and national record..The 164 pound given over the
of said property being in' must be sworn to be the 1tp 7/3 work out your sleep needs overa hand; a flashing sparkler in North Carolina Giant, grown phone or when copy is not

the County of Bradford State of claimant his agent or his at- RE: The Marriage of ALBERTE. stretch of several weeks. her left hand, while singing by James Asbell of Chief land, typed and brought to the of.

Rorida torney or it will become void CONKLING, Husband/ NOTICE Your safety on and off the job Happy Birthday, America. brought $550. rice

Unless such certificate rendered or according to law. Petitioner, and JOSEPHINE C. W. C. Powell has made Application may depend on it! Statue Debra of was Liberty.dressed as the Miss Jordan also plans to
shall be
certificates to law the property EUGENE F. SHAW CONKLING, Wife/Respondent. to the Bradford County Debra is the daughter of Mr. enter several other beauty
according P.O. BOX 1086 Zoning Board for reclassification pageants. including the
such certificate or LEGALSNOTICE 'and Mrs. M. M. Jordan of
described in
will be sold to the STARKE, FLORIDA NOTICE OF ACTION of the property described below Lawtey. Florida Forestry Festival in PERSONAL SERVICE
certificates Attorney for Executrix from R1A to R3. Located 1/4 Winner of the Perry this October,. the
the court Newberry
bidder at
highest ToJosephine: C. Conkling mile west of Starke on Hwy 100 OF APPLICATIONFOR Ruth Greater Jacksonville Fair
house door on the 8th day RUTH CARLISLE TAX DEED pageant was
AUDREY WifeRespondent on left to wit: 15 Acres more or ''contest in September, the
July, 1975. Executrix of the Estateof NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Christopher, 18, of Ft White.
170 1/2 South Street
less in of Sections 29 & Miss Sunflavor Pageant in MERCEDES-BENZ
portions & VW REPAIR
of June For her talent Miss -
Dated this 5th day RUTH MELIN CARLISLE, Middletown, New York, that T.W. TATUM the holder of
22E. in and the
30 6S
Township Rge February
Tampa : Formerly instructor for
1975. a/k/a RUTH K. CARLISLE the certificates has Christopher, dressed as a char
10940 This in classification is following Miss Azalea in
Deceased. change for woman, a la Carol Burnett, Pageant Mercedes-Benz dealer technicians -
filed said certificates a tax
6/194t7/10 subject to a public hearing to be Palatka next year. Health Auto Service
did all the
filbert S. Brown ... deed to be issued thereon. The a strip tease way
-- --- You are notified that an action 29 7:30 Debra in the
Beulah M Moody --- -- held on Tuesday July at : down to her long underwear. was sponsored Road, 16A, Kingsley Lake,
By: certificate numbers of
for Dissolution of Marriage has and years
In the County Commissionroom Newberry contest by the Starke, Fla. 533-2308
p.m. 533-
Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Reigning queen of the or
and issuance, the description of the
been filed against you you
TAX DEED at the Bradford County Starke Junior Woman's Club 2318 Up
festival Latain Herres of
ford County, Rorida. and the in was
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, are required to serve a copy of Court House at which time all property, names Starke. She was accomDamed to the ---- ------"
6/12/ 4tchg 7/3 written defenses, if any, to which it was assessed are as Mrs.
that EUGENE F. SHAW the your persons interested shall bet heard pageant by Carolyn ''
-------------- holder of the following:! cer- JAMES H. HARRISON, At- for or against the proposal, as follows: The festival also featuredthe Autry and Mrs. Judy LOSE with WEIGHT' safely & 'fast
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR tificates has filed said certificatesfor torney for Husband/Petitioner, specified in the Zoning Code of Certificate No: 50 lar watermelon. : ever Goodowns. X-11 Diet Plan $3.
TAX DEED a tax deed to be issued whose address is 3500 S.W. Bradford County. Year of Issuance: 1973. REDUCE excess fluids with X-

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thereon. The certificate numbersand Second Avenue, Gainesville, Description of Property' : Com. Pel $3. KOCH DRUG STORE.

that T,W. TATUM the holder of years of issuance, the Florida, 32607, on or before 25 John Torode, Chairman at SE Cor. of NE'of SE% of 7/3 15tchg 10/9
of the and 2 Serious In .... ...
the following certificates has the description names in which property it was July, 1975, and file the original Bradford County Zoning BoardL. NEK, Run W 200' for POB.' N Escape Injury -- iSEWING -- -
100', W77.5', S100', E77.5' to
with the Clerk of this Court MACHINES
certificates for tax repaired,
filed said a assessed are as follows: M. Gaines, Director
deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate No. 10 either before service on Peti 1tp 7/3 PCB, Sec. 29, T6S, Range 22E. all makes cleaned, oiled and

certificate numbers and years of Year of Issuance: 1973 tioner's attorney or immediately Name in which assessed: Raiford Car-Train CrashQueen adjusted $7. Work guaranteed -

issuance, the description of the Description of Property: Lots 9, thereafter; otherwise a default Union Victor.All James Strickland, 964-
and the names in 16 Otts S/D Sec: 24, T-5-S, R- will be entered against you for NOTICE of said property being In 8733
property assessed 22-E the relief demanded in the Florida Power & Light Co. has the County of Bradford State of RAIFORD The driver Spearman Golden of :.tfchg----: _
it are as
which was Name in which assessed: Petition. made Application to the Brad- Ronda. and a three year old Lake Butler, driving a I'JliH!

follows: EMMA IRVIN WITNESS hand and seal ford County Zoning Board for Unless such certificate or passenger narrowly escaped Chevrolet, also travelingnorth CHECK THE RED CARPET
Certificate No. 67. Alt of said property being in the my death serious injuryon on SR-231 could not stop SECTION this
of this Court on 24 June, 1975. reclassification of the property certificates shall be redeemed or paper for
Year of Issuance1973.: of Bradford State of
County when the and crashed into the rear of ,
described below to allow the according to law the property June 12, HOLIDAY INN GULF $5.75
Description of Property: 1 Lot Florida.. Gilbert S. Brown placement of an electric substation described in such certificate or vehicle In which they Richard's car.' special Itchg.
Ire ft. E & W by 80 ft. N&Sin such certificate
Unless or
certificates will be sold riding was struck by a Golden said the acceleratorof
Clerk of the Circuit Court for Florida Power and Ught to the were ,
the NE Cor. of Lot 8 S/D of NV4 certificates shall be redeemed
Chevrolet stuck.
Co. Located East of highest bidder at the court train. the
Sec 29 T7S to law the property By: Donna M. BransonAs Lawtey
of NE% of NW / : according
described in such certificate or Deputy Clerk mile on Rd. 125 to the left. house door on the 8th day of Marion Dawson Cox, 18, Manning listed damages of All NewChildrens

R-22-E. which assessed F & certificates will be sold to the 6/26/ 4tp 7/17 Section 13, Township 5 South, July, 1975. Idrlving, a 1974 Chevrolet, $150 to the left rear of the Ford
Name :
in highest bidder at the courthouse i Range 22 East. Dated this 4th day of June, apparently failed to notice the and $200 to the right front of Shoes. ,....
A.M. ---------M WB-- BIN
Lodge. door on the 15th day of 1975. flashing signal lights at the the Chevrolet.
All of said property being in 1975. THE CIRCUIT COURT Railroad of There in Sandles
July CIRCUIT OF This change in classification is Seaboard crossing were no injuries
the Florida County of Bradford State of Dated this 11th day of June, FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL IN AND FOR BRAD- subject to a public hearing to be Glbert S. Brown, SR-229 in Raiford. Her south- the accident. s2oo $300 Pair

1975 COUNTY held on Tuesday July 29, 1975 at by: Beulah M. Moody bound auto had almost madeit
Unless such certificate or FORD 7:30: p.m. in the County Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- across the tracks when the LadiesBeautiful
certificates shall be redeemed Gilbert S. Brown, ClerkBr
Beulah Commission room at the ford County, Florida train engine struck the rear
law the : Moody CIVIL ACTION
according property
described in such certificate or Clerk of Circuit Court of Case No 75-183 Bradford County Court House at 6/12 4tchg 7/3 panel of the auto. Shoesa3oo.

certificates will be sold to the Bradford County, Florida. which time all persons interested Trooper L.G. Manning of ,
; -------------- Pair.ManyjOther
highest bidder at the court /194t7/10/ ". In re: The !Matter\ of- the ,, shall be heard for or against the ; the Florida Highway -Patrol '

house 1975.door on the 8th day of. --NOTICE---OF-APPLICATION------.-- I I Adoption of TAMMY DENISE i Zoning propq\. .,Code as! jspecjfjejil of; Bradford,irj She r' NOTICE TO REGISTER OF iNTENTION Chevrolet listed damages and of$200$2,000 to to the the Items."':'

FOR TAX DEED County. train's engine.. Open Daily 6 AM. 4 PM
Dated this 4th day of June, FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, The driver of the car and
1975. that T.W. TATUM the holder of NOTICE OF SUIT Dealers Wholesale
old Donna
three Rigdon
A.A. Keifer, Jr., Chairman year
has PROPERTYTo Section
the following certificates NO Pursuant' to 866.09Florida
Bradford Board were carried to the Retail Welcome
Glbert S. BrownBy filed said certificates for a tax County Zoning Statutes, notice is here-
: Beulah M. Moody deed to be issued thereon. The L. M. Gaines emergency room of the
: All Interested Parties by given that the undersigned WJ McKOWEN'S2Ya
Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- certificate numbers and years of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 1tp 7/3 !Mary\ Ray Joiner, At. 1, Box 12-' Bradford County Hospital by

ford County Rorida. issuance, the description of the an action for adoption has A, Starke, Bradford County, Union County Rescue released ambulance I Mi. N. of LawteyOn
and the names in They were ,
6/12 7/3 property !
4tchg which it assessed are as been filed against you and you NOTICE, Florida, doing business under for their
-------------- following 301
follows: are required to serve a copy of Miller Enterprises has made the firm name of "INTERIORSBY injuries. -

NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Certificate No: 50 your written defenses, if any to Application to the Bradford MARY", Rt. 1, Box 12-A, Another minor accident was "You look ill, honey, Is it

TAX DEED Year of Issuance: 1973Description it, on the plaintiff's attorney, County Zoning Board for Starke, Bradford County, investigated Sunday June 15, something we ate?"
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of Property: Com. whose name and address is reclassification of the property Florida, 32091, intends to at Safety is a family affair]

that HARRINGTON CHANDLERthe at SE Cor. of NE4 of SEV4 of GEORGE H. PIERCE, Esquire, described below from EA to BH, register said fictitious name by Trooper L.G.of Manning SR-231 and,
the intersection
holder of the following NE'Run W 200' for POB. N Attorney at Law, P.O. Drawer Store and under the provisions of aforesaid FLORIDA'ARRlVEAIIVE
certificates has filed said cer- 100', W77.5', S 100', E77.5' to 1030. Starke, Florida 32091, and to: allow a Handyway Comerof statute. SR-121 in Lake Butler Do you suffer from triskai-
Gas located N.E.
tificates for a tax deed to be FOB file the original with the clerk of pumps Mary Ray Joiner, sole Nelson Richard of Ocala, dekaphobia? Many people do.
issued thereon. The certificate Name in which assesed: Union Highway 16 and Morgan owner. driving a 1969 Ford north onSR231 [
numbers and years of issuance, Victor the above styled court on or Road East Section 6, Township Dated this 3rd day of July, A. had stopped for the Triskaidekaphobia is fear of

the description of the property, All of said property being in the before July 22, 1975; otherwise 6 South, Range 22 East., D. 1975., at Starke, Florida. traffic signal at the In- the 'number 13 because it Is SUNSHINE STATE _
and the names in which it was County of Bradford, State of a judgment may be entered This change in classification is 7/3 4tp 7/24 tersection. considered unlucky.

assessed are as follows: Florida against you for the relief subject to a public hearing to be
Certificate No. 43 Unless such certificate or demanded in the complaint or held on Tuesday July 29, 1975 at
Year of Issuance 1973 certificates shall be redeemed
Description of PropertyLOT: 3 according to law petition.WITNESS hand and the 7:30: p.m. in the County
certificate my the Brad-
of Blk 31 in L.T. & COS S/D described in such or Commission room at NOTICETime
Sec: 28T6S. R-22-E certificates will be sold to the seal of said Court on June 19, Ford County Court House at .

Name in which assessed: K. P. highest bidder at the court 1975. which time all persons interested
LODGEAll house door on the 8th day of shall be heard for or against the

of said property being in the July, 1975. Gilbert S. Brown proposal, as specified in the

Florida.County of' Bradford, State of .1975 Dated this 4th day of June, By As:Clerk Beulah of M.said MoodyAs Court Zoning County. Code of Bradford for f GRANDFATHER applications has been

Unless such certificate or Deputy Clerk

according certificates to shall law be the redeemed property by Gilbert: Beulah S. Brown M. Moody, 6126 4t 7/17 A. R. Kiefer, Jr., Chairman extended to August 11 '1915 as indicated below.The .
described in such certificate or Clerk of Circuit Court of .------------- Bradford County Zoning. Board

highest certificates bidder will be at sold the to court the 6/12 Bradford 4tchg County 7/3 Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF L.Itp M.7/3 Gaines Clay County Construction' Trades Licensing Board Is accepting

house door on the 15th day of THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-

July Dated 1975 this 11th day of June, NOficF67 TO: REGISTER INflNtiON" BRADFORD COUNTY. applications for certification from craftsmen engaged as:

Gilbert S. Brown Clerk IN RE: The Petition of CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR 1. General, Contractors (unlimited construction) ,. ,, .
By: Beulah M Moody Pursuant to Section 86509 TIMOTHY RUSSELL BRADFORD COUNTY. : ? ,"

Clerk Bradford of Circuit Court of Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby WILKERSON IN PROBATE 2 Building) Contractors (building not exceeding 3 stories 'in
County, Florida given that the undersigned CASE NO. 75-191-CP "
6/194t 7/10 2410 .height) .
Larry Eugene Ross, N.E. NOTICE OF ACTION
- -------
12th Street, Gainesville, Florida, In The Estate of LORENA "
re: ; v
,3. Residential Building Contractors (building not exceeding '
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR 32601 doing business under the ToKenny: Franklin Turner CERMENARO, deceased. .
TAX DEED firm name of "AUTOMOTIVE Address Unknown 2'stories in height) ,'

that H. V. SAXON the holder of Brownlee Street, Starke, creditors of the estate of '
action for adoption has been 4. and and of
Repair Remodeling (repair remodeling existing
following certificates has Bradford County\ Florida 32091, filed against you and you are LORENA CERMENARO, ,.
filed said certificates for
deed to be issued thereon.a The tax intends to register said fictitious required to serve a copy of your deceased, are hereby notified buildings 'or structures)

certificate numbers and years of name under the provisions of written defenses, if any, to it on and required to file any claims or

issuance, the description of the aforesaid statute. EUGENE F. SHAW, Petitioner's demands which they may have w 5. Pool Contractors (all types of pools)
property, and the names in Larry Eugene Ross, sole attorney, whose address is Post against said estate in the Office

which it was assessed are as owner. Office Box 1086, Starke, Florida, of the Circuit Judge of Bradford .
,..<' 6. Roofing Contractors (all of roofing ,
follows: Dated trw 25th day of June, 32091, on or before August 4, County, Rorida, in the Court- : '
Certificate No: 70 A.D. 1975 at Starke,' Ronda. house in Starke, Rorida, within '
1975, and file the original with
Year Description of Issuance of Property: 1973: Lots 6 6/26 4tp 7/17 the Clerk of this Court either four calendar months from the ,7. Heating, Air Conditioning and; Refrigeration (HAR) .;/ i' :
date of the first j 4
thru 11 of Blk 9 in Hampton Park before service on Petitioner's publication of S' ;
& lots 8,9.10,11 of Blk 16 in -------------- attorney or immediately there- this notice. Each claim or a. Class "A" (unlimited HAR ,Service) "

Hampton Park, Sec:: 32. T-7-S. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT after; otherwise a default will be demand must be in writing and '
R22EName. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF entered against you for the relief must state the place of residenceand b. Class "B" (service up,to 25 tons cooling f, :',

in which assessed: Al C. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR demanded In the Petition. post office address of the >
Grill BRADFORD COUNTY WITNESS my hand and the claimant and must be sworn to ." : ; and 500,000 BTU's heating)

All of said property being in the seal I of this Court on this 1st day by the claimant, his agent, or his 'c.Class'C"service to7a tons
County Florida. of Bradford State of CIVIL ACTION of July, 1975. attorney, or it will become void ; ( up cooling'

Case No.75182In according to law. and
Unless! such certificate or 250,000 BTU's heating)
certificates shall be redeemed GILBERT BROWN Dated this 27th day of June,

according to law the property ra:'' The Matter of the CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT A.D. 1975. d..Class "d"! '(service( on fired and/or pressured vessels) ]
described in such certificate or Adoption of TIMOTHY SHANE COURT "

certificates will be sold to the GREENE BRADFORD COUNTY, Anthony C. Cermenaro / .rCla.ss"E" ( service on loW temperature, equipment) ;
highest bidder at the courthouse FLORIDABY Administrator i

July, 1975.door on the 15th day of NOTICE NO PROPERTY OF SUIT : Beulah Moody 7/3 4tchg 7/24/ The Board will,continue, to receirn'grandfather applications" for

Dated this 11th day of June, Deputy Clerk .----------.;;..--- '
1975. ToGlenn Kevin Vara 7/34t 7/24 ----.-------..;. the above .mentioned.. classifications. through August 17,1975. These : :

-------------- FOR SALE: All types of Colored '

By Gilbert: Beulah S. Brown M. Moody, 2049 Chesapeake Cherry, Lane Virginia Pencils in stock at The Office desiring to make! application I (should.. call I.r write the Clay County :

Clerk of Circuit Court of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat FOR SALE: Pickett! Templates Shop. Colorbrite Non-Face, : 'Zoning Admieistrat.rIIfI.i! :P.: O.hJ ... B s
Bradford County Florida. an. action for Adoption has > Lettering guides. General use 20 cents each. Thick lead iM7fCroen; Cove Springs.. :
6/19 4t 7/10 templates Electronic, Elipsa opaque colorama 30 cents wi
filed against Glenn ,
barn you and Architectural. AH for saleat each; and also Mongol, :., FItrt4I.,3J.t ,. .f;
-------------- 'KevIn Vara and are required .. f..1II1..A13.a111 r ,.! ;t;;:
you colored '' : ; ,
The Office Shop. Phone pensils, 11'' cents ;; ; ,, .-.,, .
; .
FOR SALE All sloesf. to MTV. a copy of your written .f, ,, ..-
each. Stop in ,
9648306. and take a look. .....s... '
masking 4p.. Th. CMC1: tlelarliw,.if any to it, onT the \ J i .. "
The Office shop :"i"1 y:........ ':. ,, "' ,
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FOR RENT: 3 bedroom extra .. .. .
clean mobile home utilities FOR SALE: 300 Ib. crystal tip .

PERSONAL SERVICE" I furnished. $150 per month. cube Ice machine, good,order HOUSES FOR SALE A.J.lhomas; Realtor BRASINGTON Long Champ
621 N. Walnut St. "
$300 .
No collect calls 468-1985. 7/3 cash. Smith Shell ( \AIHI.I.\C-OI.ISM ":
aa.... ..,j
2tp 7/10. Station, Lawtey Ra. 6/264tp Tel. 964-4162 S.MISsiitici. .: : ': Home and

7/17 I"hu''let linn of I'..rA| CmsTakon
ALCOHOLICS' ANONYMOUS ------------ FOR SALE BY OWNER: Con 200 feet on Little Santa Fe Lake On 1'odillur'rrndrn' Building Materials]
: FOR RENT: 12x652 BR. 2 bath crete block home,2 bedroom reaching from paved road to
Has your-drinking caused you central limn 21111I :vi.uh: I: :IK--;;:.HII; -WE BUILD
air, pool, tennis. Cas- 2 Lake, Price $22,00000 .
to be sick and tired of being AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: baths living room w/fire- tirwiUc Terms O.\I\I'S\; : : II.Ll. .:
tlegate Gainesville $160. arREALTY
Bill place formal dining room, - tt YOUR PLANS OR OURS
sick and tired? Ph. 984-7959
Costello Sales service Installation,
473-3014. Itp eat-in kitchen family room 2 bedroom frame house on Cen .
964-7619 925.COWART'S.or 4732108.73 ----------.-- stereos, phono reel-reel, w/wet bar, central heat & air, ter Street, price 010,000.00Terms. YOUR LOT OR OURS'

13tp--....--------- FOR RENT: 1974 68x24 double tapes cassettes, radios Work 2 car carport utility room, $ SAVE $ FREE ESTIMATES
-- guaranteed. 118 Court, 964- fenced yard, plus 3rm. apt. - -
wide on private lot, 3 BR, 2
REFRIGERATION, baths,central air&heat. Total 7329. tfchg. with heat & air. Shown by 1 acre land, 3 bedroom frame FRED DAVIS REMODELING REPAIRS
air conditioning and appointment Phone 473- house out of City
appliance only.
electric carpet all appliances ----------- near paved ADDITIONS
service. Ph. 964-8025.7/32tp completely furnished. 4 miles 4731 or 473-3444.. No Collect road $13,700.00.Acreage GMC TRUCKS
7/10 ,
south Starke off 301, $100 Calls tfchg. BUY NOW WAITING COSTS - LITTLE RIDE
------------ ------------ small and large tracts.
security deposit. 0225'monthly. Motorcycles I YOU MONEY. We will be happyto SAVE
904964745. [ ACREAGE FOR SALE
CARPENTRY AND tip help with real
HOME you estate
FOR SALE: 1975 24x52, 3 your Offices and/or business or GREEN COVE SPRINGS**
-----L----, -- needs.
REPAIR: Remodeling and 1 give us a ring! 964-6853
bedroom K bath mobile storage for rent on Call Street.
restoration. Reasonable' FOR RENT: Attractively fur home. Unfurnished, central - -
prices';' free- estimates. Call nished apt. Air conditioned. SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your heat & air. Low equity take Hwy. 16 Brick furnished 3 BR, TF
:: ?M:
David Hubbard at 9645129. Couple only 337 N. Walnut. authorized Suzuki Dealer up payments 964-6418. 1tp 1B LR, Kitchen with dining area Davidson ss ssfrra .
Itp tip Phone 964-6020. and over 1 acre of land.
304 East Call ------------ ------------
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Mobile Home ParkIn
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-- ------------ Street rfchg. FOR SALE: File boxes, guides '
FARM FOR SALE: 10 acres, Little Lake Santa Fe remote, w.linrilling)
: Will FOR ------------ Everything you
RENT Limits
: Furnished and City
Apart- pasture pines fenced, 4 undeveloped lot with 75' on
buy old pianos. need for .
William fixing a filing system.All
ments. Phone 9648071. tip FOR SALE: 1973 Honda 175 bedroom home and 2 car carport water.
George 1228 Blandlng( St. for sale at The Office $30 Per Mo. 2" thru 6"
------------ bam Ford 8N tractor and
Starke. Ph. 964-5287. 7/3 Low mileage good condition, Shop.MULTIPLE.
7/10. 2tp reasonable. Call Lawtey 782- all new equip. Livestock in- 803 W. Colley Rd. a fine, large Fast Rotary
3619. Up cluded. $35,000. 964-8739. home with over an acre of tree Walk To New
r fOR SALE j I ------------ 1tp shaded yard. Shopping Center Drilling Equipment
BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete ----- - -
I City Gas Water & Sewer State Licensed
sharpening service, circular FOR SALE: Assume payment on 514 Weldon St. approx. 1800 I,

hand carbide chain. Mower 3 year old1 12x72 Parkwood sq. ft. of living space with On 301 South

blades hollow ground and FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts 't HELP WAITEDJ mobile home. Like new spacious, well landscaped lot. LISTINGS I PumpsNew I

balanced., Call 964-7509 and 4733389. - -
or supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE condition. Ph. 7/3 ,Jolu Motel
leave at Jackson Building HOMES SALES, Hwy. 100 2tp 7/10 Rd. 230 3.34 acres with 489' Starke 2 old homes 54 acre, & Used
Supply Starke or Keystone W. road frontage. 964-8810
Starke 964-5606 tfchg. ------------ $7,000
Heights tfchg: ---------....- MAID WANTED: Experienced - If SalesPartsServiceEZ
... : FOR SALE 2 BR blockhouse Starke 4 BR 2 lots
,- --------- full or part time. STARKE : concrete Hwy. 100-1 acre up to 50 for on $10,500

'MOBILE LECITHINI! Vinegarl! B6I! Kelpl! MOTOR COURT 301 North. fully carpeted, centralair your new homesite. Crosby Lake .2 BR, $12,200 TermsPlumbing
HOME MOVING: Also Now all four In one capsule, 1tp & heat. 3 years old. Call - -

mobile home hurricane enduing ask for VB6Plus, Mitchell's ------------ after 6, '864-8107. 7/3 2tp Silver Lake Estates Interlachen Theresa 3 BR, 2 lots, $22,000 Aluminum

and mobile home roof Drugs. 6/19 3tp 7/3 AVON CALUNGII!I To buy or sell 7/10.. 70 of white send beach Er crystal Lawtey 3 BR brick, $34,000 I I
coating. Olin's MOBILE ------------ ------------ Siding
Avon call 756-0731 or write clear water furnished Keystone 3 BR brick $46,000

Home Service.. 964-5606, Rt. FOR SALE: Good used color Lorna dyatt, P.O. Box, 220, FOR SALE:, 1974 12 x 64 Mobile cottage 22560. New Installation

100W\ .Starke,. .Fla. tfchg. and black &white TV stoves Lake City Fla. 32056. tfchg. Home BR air, washer-dryer. - Peetswlle 2 BR, 4 acres, $6,500 Aluminum

.----....---- Epperson St., Cherry St., Er Graham 30 Remodeling
--- refrigerators, furniture & air ------ ----- Excellent condition. Small acre farm $75,000

SEWING MACHINES repaired conditions. BARGAIN CEN ADDRESSERS MAILERS equity assume |payments. Washington Walnut apart- Hampton 40 acre farm Soff.t:
ment houses for sale all apart- Repairs
all makes TER U.S. 301 South 9049645493. evenings. 6/12 $140,000
cleaned. oiled and tfchg. HOMEWORKERS NEEDED! 73.REAL. ments are now rented.
'adjulted' $7. Work ------------ 50 firms listed, rush 25 4tp.
guaranteed cent - Hampton Lake 1 1V4 acres, Remodeling
.James Strickland 964- FOR SALE: Carrier 4 ton air con stamped, addressed en Keystone Heights 3 new $9,200 t[ Durranc.f|

8733. tfchg.. ditioner $500. Second houseon velope. Kopemiak 45 Till homes 1 nearly new all 3 BR &
_... Lawtey 2.75
US-301, Cement
--- '---- acres Work
: : left behind Stuckeys off Street Enfield Connecticut 2B. CH&A.

301. 1tp 06082. 6/26 2tp 7/3 t ESTATE $9,500 Pump & Supply

---------..-- Lawtey 4.4 acres, US-301,
------------ Cecelia T. Terwillegar :

'..F 'MISCELLANEOUSPIGEON FOR SALE: Riding mower 7 MERLE NORMAN EJ .Reg. Real Estate Broker. $9,500 FinancingAvailable Company

HP, electric start 36" cut, 2 COSMETICS: offers an ex- 206W. Madison Ave. Starke 7 acres US-301 $8.200

years old, $299. Ph. 964-5734. .citing business opportunity In FOR SALE fALTOR''office 964-7776 lrrif; Lawtey 8 acres, SR-225, I 864 N. Temple Ave.

open your Starke
:' seemingly a pet, has 3 Br. Block House home9645146
------------ own MERLE NORMAN retail
taken up at my home. If lost or store. No franchise fee..no 1 B, Large Den, Dishwasher SR-18 south 10 acres, $12.500 9E4EB5Btl 964.7061 ,t I

desired please call I, 9647137. FOR SALE: Rod and reel repair house to house selling If you a FUfrlg. 2 Yams Old Lawtey 10 acres, SR-225,

j 4- tip shop.- inventory and equipt are Interested end ens able to 0y Owner. 11,000 .' -. .', ', ..
_.. _. .. ___. ..
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----j-- $10,000. Shop
'it .'.......... .. ., ... "Isere'only available 'Slim's space Fish 'make' a minimum capita" ) Doug Nichols Peetsville' 11 acres, 200B,

,;FREE::, 'One: Ice Cream .Scoop and Stuff "investment'"of05,000 10" -'9848158it\ BYRON-E. DUCE $10,000, Cowart's Service
Keystone Heights. $10,000 devote full time to Appliance
.J Reg. Real Estate Grbker
: 'with'' each Oil :& Oil Filter 4734357. tfchg.
operating the business and.
393N. Temple Ave. US-301 north 21 acres, $35.000
.__.. Change thru Faulkner'sGulf
July ------------ can satisfactorily complete a 964-8025
964-7700 Heilbron 50 acres, $57,000
Service 1 100 .. I
'Hwy.; FOR SALE prescribed training course. 10 ACRES
: Ceramics nte-nacks
Keystone, 473-4279. 5/15 what nets of all kinds E. then please apply by calling us Acreage for sale: 5 acres, I Hampton -' 60 acres, 46000.

lltchg 7124 Rodney 514 S. Epperson St. toll free ((800)) 421-2060 or 10 Minutes From 10 acres 30 acres Hampton 251 acres, $185,000 Servicing RefrigerationAir
------------ Starke Fla. 1tp 460 acres.
Reduce METICS LN 46, 913) Bellanca Keystone Heights House 10 Conditioning &
Major Appliance
safe and fast with ------------ Ave. Los Angeles Calif. acres FRED SACKETT-REALTOR

GoBese Tablets & E-Vap 205 N.Temple(US-301): )
."water-pills" Andrews FOR SALE : Case pocketknives 90045. Itchg. 1.750 Per Acre House on a good fishing lake.
now at Oahmers Discount. ------------ 904/964-6522,468-1642
Pharmacy 356 W. Madison tfchg. '159" .Per Mo. Formerly Employed By Sears Service Deot.

tarf\e.\ 6/12 5tp,7/10. ..
--...-----....:. We Will
; -- Service Your Kenmore
No Low RENTALS NEEDED Appliances
FOR SALE:1>x9 Linoleum $3,%: t WANTED 1 Land INSURANCEAT
LOSE WEIGHT; Fight fat with 9x12 Linoleum $8.98. Also WEST CENTRAL Call Anytime

proven. Kelcithin B capsules.. 12x12 and 12x15 in stock. REALTY. INC. VERNIE ODOM REDUCED RATES Mobile Home

Andrews Drug Keystone Hundreds to choose from at Registered Broker 964-5476 AUTO, FIRE, BOAT

Heights. 6/5 &p 7/3 Dahmers Discount. tfchg. WANTED: Front fertilizer 1-378-2308. Anytime DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE Air Conditioning Package

------------ -...;.....--------_. bracket for super "A" tractor. Evenings Call:

WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS- Herbert Payne 782-3369. Up Art Pa tray AGENCYLOW 3 Ton Unit
FOR SALE: Grass fed beef for $69500
------------ 473-2039 RATE MOBILE HOME
Plus WirinlOlin's
your freezer. J.B. White 964- UNITED FARM AGENCY 11 INSURANCE CHG Installed

Many brands of new vacuums. '
------------ ESTATE BROKER
Used machines available., AUTOMOBILES 33 ACRES
206 South Water Street JIMMY MOORE'SSun
FOR SALE: Used furniture Joins
City Limits. $675
per acre.
Expert Repairs all makes.
Parts and Accessories for all dressers, chest, bed & stove. USED Call owner 533-2208: after 5 p.m. PAUL&IRENE FAULKNER SportsMORE Subdivision

964-7647 before .7 p.m. Itp' .. All day Sat & Sun. 964-5065
vacuums. Built in central
------------ SPECIAL BOAT FOR 1 I
vacuum cleaning systems. 712 FOR SALE: 4 door blue 1968 YOUR MONEY TF I
FOR SALE: $6.98 LP record Call Bril Powell\ Broker 2 BR Block House, 1 acre -
N. Main Gainesville 3767110.TF .
Bel Air Chevrolet with radio I
$4.98, $5.98, LP for $3.98 atDahmer's !9646464'Sat $18,500. STARKE PH 964-5791
heater and A/C. Excellent

- -- Discount. 2/27 condition. Mrs.
26tchg 8/25 Roy Roddy. &Sun. Large lot with well and septic? COMPLETE OUTBOARD & I 1 1T

TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a ._---------_...1.. Ph 9647872. 1tp Call 53: -V08 tank 4500. .- STERN DRIVE SERVICE i
------------ s
week, dozer work and RB
FOR SALE: Registered Quarter AND REPAIR
dragline work. Call I
468-1873 FOR SALE: 1952 Studebaker.
Star Rt.; Hampton, STEPHEN horse mare. Excellent price to $675 Per Acre COMPLETE FIBERGLASS Per Mo. Water &
Will run but needs some work. J & J CONTRACTORS / Acre Loll For Rent 25"Call
right home. !Call Sue at 282- REPAIR
<, SMITH LANDFILL, tfchg. 782-3085. Itp 39 Acres 2600 ft. Hiway Sewage Furnished
------ 1506. tfchg. Frontage., 1300 ft. road. CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS .
-- ---. grade
Component home Mark Olin 964-5606 100 W.
--------'T"--- Part in good timber. Call owner, on your FISHING BOATS ; Hwy ,n
FOR SALE: 1970 VW Beetle, Lot from II4per.q.t.AII.ppll.ncn .
533-2208: after 5 All
FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose handgun p.m. Day -Wide
new engine, brakes muffler, '
Sat & Sun.
22 hand $24.95.
guns Variety Floor Plans
body excellent. Ph. 533-2308:
4 25 automatic guns< from
$49.95. Dehmers Discount., or 5332311-1tp: Call Bill Powell, Broker Central Air A Heat ,-
---- !9646464Sat FHA a, VA Approved e
-.J.--1. .. Frt Estimate.-173.2000 '
FOR RENT:: Housekeeping apt. = Sale &Sun Country GarageHAS

Weekly. 'furnished Un- HemS OF HOBBYS: Full line of Tire CalI5n-22: From 1200 to 2100 sq.It.

>derwood Motel Highway 301nonh arts and crafts. Also guar 21
/ aiG.rt
,of Starke. 6/19 3tp 7/3 anteed stereo repair. 118 4 Ply Polyester

.-:_.-_-7" ----- Court. Ph. 9647329. tfchg. 14 or IS'. MOVED

FOR RENT;, Summer rental ------------ $38.000- BR.2 Bath. CH&A

-_ ..cottages on Kingsley Lake airconditioned.Ph.5332366 FOR SALE:Diiimond needle for., G-71's F-fl's S29.1$2s.M area.One Acre Itt miles Lot. 1,656 out of sq. ft. living TO MIS TEXACO
City limits
arty stereo, over 247 different H.7"' PO." of .
after 6 p.m. tfct>0. ones we have them aH. Dahmer's C ., N. Temple Ave. 964.8100
---.-.-------- :. For Sato 2 .s "-
...... ., Discount tfchg. ,GLASS BELTED RADIAL: i : Story house close to
FOR RENT; Stem bldg;with fix'V' --""-i" _-!----**v.- f town" Upstair. furnished apt. REAL ESTATE
tuxes.. Brownlee & St- Oak 'STEEL BELTED downstairs 3 BR. .... Charles Green & Leaton (Buddy) Mathews
6/26 TOR'SALE. : Do rtydurself 12 by ..n .""? i .w,,'....
StrMt. ,5332896. 4tp
12 inch tita*with stick on beck RADIALS 30 acres with good timber, Invite You To Come See Them
7/17 4 Furnished 2 BR frame home
Dahmer's Discount. paved road front. miles N. of with
'. .J-----; :. : __ now at CR-71's -S45.37 chain link fence, aluminum
: : : 2/27 26tchg 8/25: I Starke tsrms.Commercial awnings
FOR REI m Mobil Horn -HR-11's .....2. & carport 9600. 'Vacallan
----------- : sp.ciala
JR-71'S S4V.4 buldbig. block con -
,. Spaces. W* can accommodat -
size horn*. FOR SALE 8 hp Briggs & I struction. 2.400 sq. ft. 1 acre 3 BR 1 K bath double wide MH Tune.Ups Disc Brakes Motors Overhauled
any Stratton engine, 75. M&S GLASS BELTED tare), 3 miles from Starke. on 1 acre Spring Lake access -

.FORD BRADFORD MOTEL PARK 964-6988.at BRAD-. Texaco-----------7.--9648100. Itc g. ,;, POLYESTER 4+2 .19.... acres, Lawtty, good.timber.sa',8rodar $13,660. -'- ::7cr; 3a5l .:Clrtch! Repair

'5/15 lOtchg.7/17 'F.11's ..3fJljG1'I Lenre. 2-story 5 BR 2 Bath frame
.. Mnistur ; home
FOR SALE: *: Parrot.ind ., ... Parts & Labor
//%*_ -"ti $D." .t'.pe : ,on 1 acre In ,Lawtey area ,- Rabe I Jobs
training. Call ;RaHord irw Plus Parts "
.' ""' ; Ha0's f ,M.55,,; ?, Some $20,000., '
r fe* 431-1428.'Itchg.:2. :: ; 'planttd,pin/+" ; '
't<-i-'>homes outokW city Omit*.J B., : Thomas-0i1.. -- 8 Cy1 Brake Jobs, Frost Ead
;: ;blithe. Ph.. 9B44114. tfdq.Rt PARTY'TRANSFERRED: > 1 to 10 sail open'''''.4 Me 62.7 acres on SR-18 reduced to. '

CN nor.,,"-0 ratfloskt0e 2Ig Zag Mwng1! J' "; 1 r#Company, *: '..Jam Stark.'4-....: .1"Horn'"" 'sites. only., $45,771 for,_ .quick..... _sale..- '.r' 5'" Rebeildia8
IEN'fy t' J*- chine almost like : -o '
rM fort Ole r 1/2 acre Loa, /25.00'px' overcasts/ zig zags patcho- '....24' 403 S. Walnut St. 1 to 2 acre mobile horn sites, needs. your Plus Puts Drum Type .. rAl

nc .rnathv etc., Mutt I8CriIIc=*,JI' .... .;; .Stark*, FtarM*., ,.%. N.W. of,.stake Tar1Ny uwrtr .' .
/ .t.IIItce"'d'f71.4otCll"; vhW i\ :"ro11t "*e 4a'rS1.pCW .,tl'4'K( \ h" ,;t..pr7;: \ cH''I:1;" fit.' '
rk Olin; Olln'e'' Mobile.e' someone In Stark aria ,to PRICK I: INCLUDES ALL.. fit'Osor VRo6 i Real l 1 782-3808-: r Oe....... ,Lawn HonorSorvioo
fzr. ___ .11 J.,1;, ,;"':TAXEIT "' N.t i 1II.LQI'II84-8SIQ! "y.. -e .erne,win..... A near''. '. I
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I Injured When Motorcycle Struck While On ShoulderSTARKE .mm

The Florida shoulder. Sapp, also westbound turn, was hit in Die left side of accidents with no injuriesover was struck by the 1975 Ford The 1974 Pontaic of Charles
Highway Patrol reported lost control of his his 1963 Chevrolet truck by the weekend.A driven by Clyde B, Ter- Edward Brandeis, of Ocala
three accidents over the week vehicle ran onto the right the 1967 GMC truck operatedby 1965 Buick driven by Joe willegar of Starke, which was ploughed into the rear of the
end with injuries being shoulder of the road and Leonard Thomas Melton, Griffis of Starke was south westbound on Call. Police 1971 Ford of Aaron Jefferson
sustained by the operator of a traveled 310 feet before of Raiford, who was overtaking bound on Walnut Street when Officer Jules D. Eunice wrote Crawford of Lawtey, Thursday
motorcycle and a passenger. crashing into the rear of the and attempting to pass Marion Dell of Starke, drivinga the Chevrolet off as a total loss June 19.
Isaac Cummings of Starke, motorcycle and its two riders. the Thompson vehicle. 1965 Chevrolet pulled onto and listed damages of$1,200 to Crawford had stopped for
the operator of a 1973 /Honda The motorcycle was knockeda The resulting impact caused the street from a parking the front of the Terwillegar the red light at the US-301 and
motorcycle which was distance of 83 feet on impact damages of$75 to the left side place Wednesday, June 25. Ford Scales was chargedwith Call Street intersection when
carrying a passenger 13yearold and the truck traveled another of the Thompson vehicle and When the Buick struck the making an improper turn his car was hit from behind
Curtis DeSue, both were 112 feet after striking the $100 to the right front of the Chevrolet it was knocked intoa at the intersection. Police Officer W. L. Waters
treated at the Bradford motorcycle. Melton truck.Trooper parked third vehicle a 1975 On Monday June 30 listed damages of $100 to
County Hospital for injuries Damages of$600 were listed L.G. Manning Chevrolet, unoccupied at the Cleveland Barry Durham of each car.
Sunday June 29, after the for the right side of the truck charged Thompson with time owned by the State Hampton driving a 1968
motorcycle was struck by the and $200 to the motorcycle. careless driving in the ac Farm Mutual Insurance Chevrolet east on Call Streetran Murder
1970 Ford driven by Leonard Sapp was charged with cident.A Company. the red light at Water
William Sapp of Starke. careless driving and Cum- Sunday morning accident Police Officer M.L. Sibley Street. The right front of his
According to the accident mings with having driver's in Lake Butler caused listed damages of $400 to the vehicle was struck by the 1968 Charges
report filed by Trooper L.G. license.On damages of $BOO to the two Buick $100 to the Dell Chevrolet driven by Pearleon
Manning of the FHP, the Friday, June 27, Ivory cars involved, $400 to each Chevrolet and$150 to the State Dean of Starke, which was DroppedSTARKE Six ty-seven native trees plus lignum vitae fur the Florida
motorcycle was westbound on Blaine Thompson of Lawtey Farm vehicle. northbound on Water Street. Keys are being incorporated Into t his 4. )IIi: Coot map I designedby (
SK-229 two miles west of southbound on SR-225-A, 3.8 car.A 1975 Oldsmovile driven by Debra Vickery Chism of Police Officer J.L. Howard -, Second-degree!( naturalists of Ihe Division of U..I.l'aIlOllllllll I'uiks. of the
Starke and had pulled off of miles west of Lawtey, while Zorra Maher Griner of Lake Starke driving a 1969 Ford, listed damages of $125 to the murder charges against Billy Department of Natural Itesourtos. Itob K>llnm>n. KliiilxtliKhrbar :
the highway onto the right attempting to make a left Butler and a 1972 Toyota Wednesday, June 25 pulled Durham car and $200 to the Ray Wilson of Trion Ga., : Museum Exhibits: Supervisor, and Jerry l.ix'kunlall
operated by Daniel Stephen onto US-301 from the HolidayInn Dean automobile and charged have been dropped due to ( pictured here) put this unusual! jigsaw pit//le together.
Millsaps of Gainesville were parking lot and into the Durham with running a red insufficient evidence. On the map each comity I Is! depicted by a tj pe \\t".lIlIlIllls|
approaching the intersectionof path of the southbound 1974 light. Wilson allegedly shot John common toil, from black walnut for Lean County tojiinnlm
Now OpenSkating NW 3rd Street and North Chrysler of Hubert M. Riner On Monday June 23 Thomas Chester Clark of Middleburgon limbo for Collier ('ounly.11 the woods! slioun. are group
Lake Avenue from different of Pooler, Georgia, causing Russel Hahn Jr. of Fort July 2, 1974. Clark had' either wild or commercially and are true native( species.
RinkHwy directions. The Griner vehiclewas damages of$800 to the front of Bragg, N.C., traveling northon picked up Wilson and two' Cutting and Identification of logs for the project NON Irt the
westbound on NW 3rd the Chrysler and $400 to the U.S. 301 had slowed his 1969 female companions In Division of Forestry, Department Agriculture( und Consumer -
100 1 Blk. E. of Red Light Keystone street and had started to makea left front of the Ford. Mercury for the vehicle aheadof Jacksonville. The shootingtook Services.For '
Heights place on State Road 100 buffs of woodlore the nlllI1t'IIIIIIII! ) \\ill be '
left turn on to Lake Avenue. Police Officer Roman him to make a left turn on display
Open The brakes of the Millsaps Alvarez investigated the when his car was hit in the west of Starke. al the Forest Capital State Museum already open lo the
vehicle locked and it skidded a accident. rear by the 1972 Ford drivenby The information filed with public in Perry..if Hob Kyllonen !(right) can /get It all
Won Thurs Fri 7:30-9:30: :: Sat. 3:00.5:00: : distance of 63 feet before A U-turn at the intersectionof John David Lee of Starke. the Bradford County Circuit together that is.
7:30-10.00: : PM 9:30.: 11,30,: 7:30-9:30 striking the right rear of the Call and Water Street The crash occurred about 300 Court added that Wilson had
: : been returned to Georgia for D.t.l.nat. WASHINGTON.. .
Oldsmobile. resulted in the total loss of one feet from the Georgia Street a Vj\\ ( The Commission on Critical
9:30-11:30:: : and of to trial in another case, and had *
Trooper C.D. Roberts who car damages $1,200 intersection with 301. ;o\
Sun 3-5 Choices estimate that: a capital
been found guilty of murder'
investigated the accident another Saturday, June 28. Police Office M.L. Sibley
investment of $800 billion will
listed damages of $400 to Larry Allen Scales of Lake listed damages of $300 to the and armed robbery. Wilson
Admission M" Per Session each automobile.The City, driving a 1963 Chevrolet 1972 Ford, with no apparent the report stated had been be necessary if the United States
Starke Police Department was making the U-turn at the damage to the rear of the sentenced to life for the is to achieve energy independence -
Includes Skates ., reported four minor intersection when his vehicle Mercury. murder and four years on the by 1985.
robbery conviction.
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Sales owned 111

tI: aJJU(! ?(IJ aJl1(3( ita by P: +I. 'atL

o II"IS.2' Jim Lloyd and

'74 Monte Carlo '74 Ch CLand.u
whin With Maroon eyenne.a t ,
AM-FM .Iw A White M &
Half-TOP. Storoo ond
Top.. EI.c. .. Tron. PS. PS. Fac. AC 350 'fY
Pwr. "t
L '
'+ Door Lock.. P.cI C. [Ai. rP b F haj ;
Gene Adams
$4199 $3699 'TI ,
"5 a N
'74 Cutlass Supreme a .
L 74 Valiant Duster t
.urgundy With M. CMnS Vinyl _
.I- ToP Fun _r. FIG. AC. ROily. ..1..Spt. Cps. RAN AT t Cyl. "' _
Wm, Nlc. Cor. C
$4075 $2575

'74 Datsun 260-Z '14 New Yorker :aFI :
.io .m. ROL 4.Spd. AM-FM, .rou..m 4-Dr.. Ablolut.ly U in a short time.
n.... Mil.. Air Condo Loaded Now COOS _00
C $4788 $4688
Z :: Jim Lloyd and Gene Adams j

C aa
'76 Cadillac Seville "'II Keystone Auto Sales of Keystone Heights and business for 22 years. He moved to Keystone in stone Heights area would prove a big market ,for.
Live Moondu.t with Matching 11I..r Podd.d Roof. L.ath.r AM. Melrose, owned and operated by Jim Lloyd and 1968, and sold his business in 1972. He has also a real good, clean automobile sales center.
S ..
FM SI.roo and Tape never Tla.d SOO MII '
E SAVE $1000 I Gene Adams, opened March 1 as a retail and worked as a building contractor and as the owner Jim and Gene were right about the Keystone

MM wholesale automobile sales center. of a ranch mid-way between Melrose and Key- Height. area being a good location for their
Jim moved to Jacksonville in 1952 and was stone Heights. business. Since opening, business has been so

N 7w employed by Key Buick for 8 years in the man Jim and Gene have known each other since good that they are able to offer cars for a lot less
73 Dodge, Darts. 73 Olds 98 LS agement area. Jim then branched into business 1962, and when they both moved to the Keystone than their competitors in Jacksonville and
Sporty Swinger A" ho. Low Mldnilht blue' With Whits Vinyl II
L MIl... P.C. AC. AT PS. PO Top. All Option. Extreme Luar for himself with Century 21 Imports, and sold Heights area, they decided to go into business Gainesville.Jim .
Take Your ick. ury. IDr H.T. IIIC 7,000 cars in four years. Jim, his wife, Joan, and for themselves. They liked Keystone Heights so and Gene appreciate the way their

$2850 $3450 IIi four daughters live in Melrose, and the children well, they decided the business would have to be business has grown, and they strive to give their

i Ifs attend school in Keystone Heights. located in this area. Jim had the automobile customers the best automobile possible at the
a Gene Adams also comes to Keystone from experience, and Gene knew a l lot about sales lowest cost. r
M One Mont.73 MMSr.off:Mgrs. '73 P on. LeMans to Jacksonville where he owned the Stitch-O-Matic from his own business, so they decided the Key-
.. ray .oth I Dr. With PS. PE S Maroon With Silos Vinyl Top.I. *'
P.C. AC. Your ChOIC.. DYAAN. P.C AC..S .

.>! $2577 $27775 Za Quick Local. Financing/ Ord.r Your Um.d Car From U. Prvvioua Owner's Nam. On

u a

5. '73 PI/ m. Duster' '73 Boat & Mtr. U'

Do a Cy'' .AT S. P.c. AC" Lime pl.t.Including. Troll.r. lh NP. Coln.Oran. a We Take Great Pleasure In Extending Our |

M $2625 $625.U' c

:: 'a Heartfelt Thanks To Our Many Fine Customers. Su

aE '75 Olds Vista Cruiser u .
TA .. Slat Sto. wog. Luggage Rock. Sun Root. .500 MII.I. Radial:a :a:
a Tire. P.C. Aor Condo Plus Many Oth.r Options II

I. $5300IL. rt i Thank You a

upfl L o
U. '72 Chev. C-50 '72 Power Wagon II.Thank you Brenda & Paschal Carr, Thank you Thank you E.L. Brown Thank you Marion DonThank you A.R. Stout, Thank you Bobby G. 's
Two.T_ Dump Truc 4.Spd. Robert F. Jordan aldson, Thank J. Crocker, Thank B.L.
Thank Thank Owens
'a With 2Spd. Axl. 3101n9.With Dod55 I.Whl. Drive "I Ton. 315S you Donald C. you Nancy Peek you you Thank you 0
I '.L. RSad.RUdy Sn,. Worn Hub. Sholl Top r.Iii .c Caw than, Thank you Tex Gillen, Thank you Lonnie Hayes, Jr., Thank you Ron D. Strickland, Theodore Mott, Thank you Tom Geiger Thank UOl

r $4366 $2566 James Russell, Thank you James K. Norwood Thank you Elbert Green Thank you Lorraine you Curtis L.' Wade Thank you John C.iNicely-, M

::a ::I Thank you Henry Beale Thank you Elmer Beck- Carstens, Thank you Tom Singleton Thank you Thank you Melgia L., Wilkes, Thank you Georgia Co

C. a man, Thank you Dequilla Randall Thank you James H. Breeden Thank.you William L. Saye, Ann Glisson, Thank you Geraldine Ward. Thank. **

::I Dodge ,ITrodnmon 72 Vans 2001, ord' '72 Dart Swinger y Elmer G. Forsythe, Thank you Evert D. Phillips Thank you Christopher PoppeU, Thank you you Robert J. Metz Thank you"William Cs Ward min

im f r.s. s3 ..oth SIX?WIth M.1.Top.CAN Or..n AT.With I.Moteh'nl V.,.'Pac.Vinyl AC. II Thank you Freddie Davis, Thank you Rick Ernest J McGaUie Jr., Thank you Elizabeth B. Thank you Johnnie Pittman Thank yty' John
} Your Cholc. $2200:1:: M Hayes Thank you Barney Cam, Thank you Baldwin, Thank you Robert T. Hall,' Thank you Ross Thank you R.J. William, Thank you John 4

IL. $2100 : George Goettman, Thank you Harvey H. Baker W.C.- Collins, Thank you James I, Hardie Sr., H Rigging, Thank you Robert L. Kirby, Thank y
S Thank you Michael K. Mills, Thank you Phillip & Thank you Timothy E. Head Thank you Linda you David J. Potochnik Thank you James B. sW
O Mabel White, Thank you Richard & Martha DurSteele, Thank you Jim Finlayson, Jr.; Thank you Chessington, Thank you Robert T. Pent land. '
C. International Scout II's :IIa a bin Thank you Leo Suitek Thank you Beth Maurice B. Vaughn Jr., Thank you Kathleen Thank you Eldridge McKinney, Thank you

w. are fortunate to 5...two. A Red '71 and 0 Or.on 'n. Soil have I: Couey Thank you Ford & Naomi Odom Thank Culver- Thank you Willie Mills, Thank you/ Johnny Mac Alexander Thank you Drefus T. if
the Locking"Out Nub1 01 Hunting lor tho I..on"I.Whl. Drive.rlc.Corn. In and take Ady.nta5e .t ST you Israel Lagasse, Thank you Dewey:& Nancy Michael Cook Thank you Gene Reese Thank Douglas, Thank you C.J. & Mary J.. Clark Thank

rt Pearson, Thank you Jack & Dori. Bennett, you'Thomas B. Adam., Thank you Lee Ann Maryou Charles L. Barnes, Thank' you William L* 2'w

III --moo Thank you Tommy H. Wynn Thank you Clyde tin, Thank you Thomas & ,Ellen Martin, Thank Umphenour Thank you Sam DeSue, Thank you' 0

IS; '71 Electra 225 '71 Plym. Duster VU M. Wills Thank you Eugene C. Griggs, Thank you Joe M. Kendall, Thank: you Jimmy L. Davis, Ken W Bayne'; Thank you/ James A.\\ Brown F

: .ulck' Top Line 1.0'. HT. Mat.Orson. *&H.AT. PS.OCYL '11 .M you Willie L. Mayes, Thank you Alton R Guy Thank you Mary Ann Wills Thank you Henry. Thank you Geraldine Wanton, Thank you Ernest 0
(ls WIndows.Fully tops. Inc. P.C AC. 1155. ha. AC. Nlc. Do Thank you Dennis & Janet Hall, Thank you Perry Thank you C.W Joyner- Thank,you Ar-. E. Button, Thank you Charlie'' Mae Hamilton; M

$2155 $1655 ;: S Claude & Vivian Lloyd, Thank you James A ,.nold Larson* Thank yow/ :.'Virginia C. Watson,, Thank you Shelby Singleton, Thank you Aria /?,, M

.Ii M Reita Walker Thank you/ Robert L. Biddle; Thank you Jack Kimmon..7'A J"k you/ Richard F: Cook, Thank, you Charles Barnes,, Thank, you 0 .,
W II Thank you Lucille Davis & Beverly Ford Thank Hoover, Thank, you/ Don' 'Rowlings, Thank you Walter-J.' Leukel,' Thank you Paul RothfeUt", 0

'71 Plymouth Wag. '71 Trucks : you/ Marjorie A. Lyons, Thank ,you Clarie Karen-Bramlett. laank. I// .'Annie :..A.aIa'd7l.: Thank'you George P., Walters, Thank you,, William '

C Spt. Suburban 3 Seat Iwool Dot.un 01' MO.de.,T.k You .. ..t' Svetek, Thank you Gilbert A. Reed, Thank you Thank. you 'Charlie Howard Thank yo*>:Bill N, Addison, Thank you Harold E,. Rhodes, ,
On/n u"' ,..noll.Poc. Top AC of tho Line.In.M.chonlcolly. SaM a. GaolO .0 Richard Passwater, Thank you David S. Reid Mosier Thank you Lawrence C. Connell.-".,Thank. Thank 'you Margaret E Wilkes, Thank you 0

N $1450 a Thank you/ Othello E. Dewitt Sr., Thank you/ you/ Delbert L. Stanley'iThank you 'Mark- Johnny'. L., Kitchens, Thank, you Christine ,<
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