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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 10, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Hospital Bill Wreck Charles Davidson Victim 457 Dies, of i. : .1 Hit Low Water;

Lawtey, died at : a.m., Sportsmen' ,

Monday, July 7, at Shands : .
Teaching Hospital in Gainesville -

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Badly Handled Mr. Davidson died from injuries '
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sustained i in a vehicle i

accident on June 12, one mile
south of Lawtey, near Carry L : I
LakesA
dine's. n Crosby. Sampson '
Chairman His death is the sixth traffic

Says"According for fatality 1975. in Bradford County ': ," @f'

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to what I've read in the newspapers, I've got credit'for I .
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fouling up the hospital bill. The only thing I added to the bill ,l .
was the referendum clause. The bill itself came from your at- County Will Try
torney, and you should have been aware of what was in it," State :' <:tJ. ,
Representative Frank Williams told the County Commission 1"' :
Monday."I "i' ) ,.4

simply id not let this go unsaid,"Williams added. .j l"r 'W, : ;,"." .',' .'. To Raise Levels
"I'll admit the whole thing has been badly handled, and I think :'0, .'1JIII1'1"! .,.<''J, ,- 'M t
that what the board needs to do is to sit down and hash it out "
STARKE "According to the old high water mark the Sampson
among ourselves, Chairman Dave Shuford said. J ; ;
The board's attorney, Gene Shaw, said he'd "rather not com- LJL4 Lake water level has got to be raised 24 inches," V.L. Starling told .
ment on the matter.. the county commissioners Monday. :
-- --- ---- --------- a1 J Sv Starling and Neil Crawford, representing a delegation of' ;t1fc
Williams appearing before passage of a special act to : Sampson Lake residents and the county fishermen, presented a ;
the Commission to defend his accomplish their purpose. .. petition to the commission requesting that the Sampson Lake :-
position in guiding the bill The bill as passed, however, a water level be raised by 24 inches. I
through the legislature absolved went far beyond the appointment .
himself of any blame of trustees and "I've checked that dam every week for the last three weeks and, I
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for its contents, other than the provided for abolishing the that water is still running," Starling said, referring.(to the dam In :
referendum clause.'Introduction Bradford County Hospital Sampson Canal at Sampson Trestle west of the lake. /" ., ,

Corporation, transferring all "The timber people out there want the lake level low and the \
of the specialact property of the 'hospital to fishing people want it higher. We've got to reach, a happy {
resulted from the Com- Bradford
County, subject to + '
medium, Commissioner George Roberts said. I/
mission's desire to have control of the County Commission "What about that canal that's doing nobody any good? asked '
power to appoint the Bradford and making all debt, Slat-linn.
County Hospital trustees in and liabilities of the I
control hospitalthe "When we put that canal in that plans were underway' to
order to have some responsibility of Bradford
of we were trying to develop include other localities in the;,
operation a
over County.
facility that would volunteer such as
something serve as program
with
which help finance Three members
they of the
Graham the Road
a good recreational and fish- Morgan
tax dollars. An ordinance Commission when
questioned Ingarea, but now the state has area and the southern part,of .,
giving them this power under about the bill's contents, said "
Griffis
required us to close it, com- Loop. .
"home rule" was ruled unconstitutional they had not read it before missioner Roberts said. "Our objective is' to have a f

last March in passage, that they did not The low water level in both greater number of smaller y
Circuit Court as being in want to operate the hospital, Crosby and Sampson lakes size trucks that can carry 500| ;
conflict with the original act and that they would not favor of y + '
have become controversial gallons water to help us cut
creating the hospital cor letting the bill to
a
j go subjects during the past few down on our response time. k
poration. It was then the referendum.
months, and the efforts of the The quicker we can
Commission decided to seek See( Page 16) effective
alarm
commissioners to satisfy the an the more ,
complaining residents have we will become A small fire is< .tt v
been to no avail up to the pre easier, to put out than a big
Augustine Firm sent time. one," Green said.Commissioner. _, '

The baffle installed in the George. ::r;
canal has been vandalizedtime Roberts,' on .behalf of his ;jIi ,
and again by unknown fellow members presented' fi'f. ''
parties and commissioner John Torode with a plaque ,fl,,
: Hired To Reopen Ralph Bryan suggested that a commemorating him for the ll( ,

guard be posted 24 hours a dayto long years of service'to the r

... ... .. prevent further vandalism. county'on" the' zoning'board f?
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,_'" ;t"t. :;! $ as* .. V---1- ; --. rRra'woukots( : "' probably, t"I I? ; ,\
r Hospital blow It up 'Bryan said.:i _. ; t
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The commissioners- agreed i-f-Approved the-renewal of
to do ,what they could in the Interlocal Agreement with
LAKE BUTLER "We sented't' the meeting by Dr. restoring the lakes to a higher the North Central .Florida
should not leave here tonight E.W. Trice and Richard level In increments of six Regional Planning Council for
without coming to some (Dick) Sears, and another Inches next year,and appointed E.W.
agreement among ourselveson submitted by Health Care "How long will it be before Hodges to represent the boardon
one of the two management Facilities, Inc., of Fort Lauderdale this will be ,done?" Starling the council. Charles Justice
agreements that we have represented at the + asked. said the cost of membershipon

heard about tonight. I'm not in meeting by Paul Funderburkand Keystone Heights woman Mrs. Vlrgle Homer,.was killed Tuesday afternoon In this crash In Lawtey. "Within the next few days," the council had been
favor of stalling any longer Bernie Boxx. commissioner Roberts promised reduced from $3,800 (to $2.289
and I think it would be to Following the chairman's by reason of the fact that the
everyone's best interest to urgent plea for a decision, In a continuation on the City of Starke was now also a
come to a decision on one of member D.M. Hale finally Woman Dies' In Crash public hearing for the creationof member of the council and
the management proposals.We moved that the proposal sub- Kevstone Lawtev a water management district the 25 cents per capita chargefor
simply must reach a deci- mitted by Inter-Medic be for Bradford County, the membership fees for
sion without any further delay accepted by the trustees LA WTEY -A head-on collis- heavily loaded truck slowed fifth traffic fatality of 1975 tey crashed into the rear of the commission was unable to Starke residents would no
and the chair is ready to heara because of their proximity to sion in mid-town Lawtey onUS301 down, and to avoid hitting the that has occurred in Bradford 1969 Chevrolet of Ivory James come up with enough Informa- longer be charged to the
motion from somebody,". Union County, with the stipulation Tuesday afternoon, vehicle ahead of him the truck County. Jones, of Starke, as Jones was tion to make a decision. county
Chairman J.D. Griffis said to that Inter-Medic be July 8,claimed the life of Mrs. swerved over the centerline of The Starke Police Depart in the process of attempting to Alvin Brown, engineering -Floyd Wiggins of New
his fellow board members given a period of 90 days to Vergie Parrish Homer of Key- the highway and crashed ment reported eight accidents make a left turn off of US-301 technician, from 'the River requested that the com-
Monday night, July 7. provide the services of two stone Heights when a semi- head-on with Mrs.. Homer's occurring since last week.A on to Pratt Street. The rear Suwannee River Water Man mission certify that the county
Griffis' statement came resident physicians, accept- truck crossed onto the wrong oncoming car. Force of the 1967 Pontiac driven by end collision happened Tues- agement District from Live had no use for certain land in
after a long four hour discus- able to the board, and for their side of the 4-laned highway.Mrs. impact knocked her car into Debbie Faye Creamer of Law- (See Page 16) Oak,who was invited to attend New River for recreational
sion on the provisions contained management contract to be the side of the Volvo. The the hearing, said that new purposes. The certificate is a
in each of two differentbut approved by state officials of Homer was a former truck and trailer, after the regulations were in the requirement of the Internal
similar hospital manage- the Health and Rehabilitation member of the Keystone impact, slid across both of the Raiford Wreck Injures Man process of being prepared as Improvement Fund before the
ment agreements submittedto Services, and the regional Heights City Council and had northbound lanes of the high- the result of changes made by unused land can be sold at
the board by Inter-Medic office in Atlanta of the Health, also served the city as clerk. way, jumped the curb, and RAIFORD Frederick L, way Patrol, the 1970 Plymouth the legislature. Brown sug- public auction. Wiggins said
Health Centers, Inc., of St. Education and Welfare'Service. came to rest on the right-of- Badger of Gainesville was Coupe, driven by Badger, gested that action be delayed the land had been off the tax
Augustine, who was repre- According to Trooper W.M. way on the-east side of 301. reported to be in serious eastbound on SR-16 apparently until the new requirementswere roll for 40 years. His requestwas
After a period of time dur- Abrams report of the fatal condition at Shands Teaching ran off the road and made known.A approved by the com-
ing which members Doyle accident, Mrs. Homer, drivinga The unknown vehicle did not Hospital as a result of injuries ,struck a sign pole at the Hi-Lo letter was read from the mission.
i/lra/ ua cltY ct.f Archer, Felton Smith or Ruth 1972 Oldsmobile and Charles stop and the driver failed to received in a single car ac- Grocery Store. Crystal Lake Environmental -Chairman Dave Shuford
Poppell would not offer a Dambo of Uniondale, N.Y., return to the scene of the cident near the Hi-Lo The injured driver was Organization indicating that appointed commissioners
second to Hale's motion driving a 1975 Volvo were both accident. Grocery, at the intersection of carried to Shands Teaching they had not had time to makea George Roberts, E.W Hodges
I chairman Griffis relinquished] traveling north on US-301. A Trooper Abrams indicated SR-16 and SR-121. Hospital in Gainesville by study of the statutes and and Ralph Bryan to serve on
his post to vice-chairman Fel- 1973 Ford truck pulling a damages of$2,000 to the truck rescue 60 of Union county were therefore unable to come the Bradford County Tax
ton Smith, and then providedthe Great Dane semi-trailer, and trailer, $2,500 to the The accident occurred at where he was reported to be in up with a detailed presenta- Adjustment Board. They will
second to Hale's motion. loaded with scrap metal, and Homer vehicle and $300 to the the height of a heavy rain- serious condition. be joined by two members
In a 3-2 vote on the motion driven by Laury Mikel Antonof Volvo. storm about 3:30: p.m. Trooper Manning listed tion."What we want to know is if appointed from the school
Trustee Ruth Poppell cast the Gainesville, was headed Trooper' K.G. Etheridge is Tuesday, July 8, damages of $1,000 to the what we are after is already board.Their first meeting was
deciding vote for Inter-MedicI south on 301. conducting the homicide In- According to a report of the Plymouth and $500 to the sign available through some other set for Tuesday,. July 29,
D with Trustees Smith and An unknown and unidenti- vestigation''' of the accident. accident by Trooper L.G.. pole at the Hi-Lo Grocery state agency, the Suwannee beginning at 9:30: a.m.
Archer opposing fied vehicle ahead of the Mrs. Homer's death is the Manning of the Florida High- store. River Water Management -Approved a motion to

In a lengthy discussion priorto District or the St. Johns Water advise the Department of
the trustees action. repre- Management District. It Transportation that Bradford
sentatives of both groups, in' Keystone Parades Through Gala Fourth appears that we are in both County objects to the use of
separate sessions with the districts. If we did anything the right-of-way of SR-100 for
COUNTY BUDGET board, went over their respective would we be duplicating the installation of a sewer line
''
Meeting Begin contracts point by point 'KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -A Jane Wedemeyer and the something that already from Keystone Heights to the
.Tuesday,July 15 and answered a multitude of burst of color and the sound of David Fort family. Taking top exists?" asked commissioner airport propertyDr ,
7p.m.In questions from the members.The fireworks brightened the sky spot in the small boats were Ralph Bryan. Frank E. Phillpott,
Courthouse contracts were over Lake Geneva in the clos- the Walrath kids, Steve, Further discussion on the chairman of the Suwannee )
very ing finale of the 50th Anniver- I. Sharon, Beth and Mark. county water management River Valley Authority, ?
----- similar In most provisions.The I : d
Bradford management fee to be sary celebration and the "Our .' t .4rn' ',' Tying for second place in district was postponed until 2 requested more funds from
SCHOOL BOARD paid to Health Care Facilities, Country Day" activities in ',", ..' the float boat category were p.m. Monday, August 4, the the county to support the workof f
Meets Monday Inc. called for $36,000 annually -. Keystone last Friday evening. :) e the Keystone Lions Club, next regular meeting of the the authority. He said the
Woodard and Myrtle Welch, board.A SRA
budget
was operating on
1 p.m.RAIFORD payable at $3,000 per Hundred of residents lined L.
and Keystone Volunteer Fire letter was read indicating guidelines established more
----- month and for Inter-Medic it "
the to old "
street see limey cars "' A' Department. that a total of than 14 and that
COUNCIL <- only $93,059 years ago
$30,000 annually payableat
was and :
through town
parade
Meets Monday month. Winners in the Keystone On would be available during the during the past year had
$2,500 followed them the
per to city park Parade arts and crafts show
d next fiscal year for the Eight expended $7,000 for monitor-
7:10 p.m.SIDEWALK Dr. Trice, speaking for where to hear '
gathered
people Mark Bennett first and
were service water
County Emergency Medical ing on analysisin
----- Inter-Medic, said they had a by and 1.- .
SALE continuous recruitment program witness speeches the award dignataries :; second places, and Leigh Care Project and of that all the streams that flow
presentation -
'iit7ih Brannon, third. amount Bradford County Into the Suwannee River..
Saturday to secure the services of to two of Keystone's out- ; .
,t First in the crafts -Bids received
place would receive the sum of were from
July 12 doctors and ,
young was very standing citizens. .i' division went to Cathy Breed- for the nine bidders on five
In $2,400 purpose of compactors -
Lawtey
about the future ,
Corner US-301 outlook optimistic for the Mrs. Gertrude Christoffers "J'i',,". 4 5. love, second was Merry Lynn paying up to $200 monthly for six roll off con-
hospital.
,. And SR-MJ of this and S.E. McKay were the two 't'. .. .. Limehouse. the services of an EMC tainers, and one open-top container
.i' Free Gifts, "The very will success:: honored for this award in ', .- Amateur adult oil painting coordinator. for solid waste disposal.Six .
depend completely
hospital
'I' Lollipops And the medical staff recognition of their unselfish : winners were: Tlsh Zowarka, The commission signed an bids were received on a
Balloonssponsored Is on contributions to Keystone first: Bonnie Y. Crews, agreement for the county's truck cab, chassis and hoist to
that provided said. attorneyHal Heights, for the betterment of second, and Laurie Wharton, continued participation in the transport the containers to the
by Y. Maines the community. They were' third, tied with. two of her own program for. the next fiscal landfill. The bids were turned
c.
Lawtey Methodist In other matters Monday presented with 1925 silver paintings.Ribbon. year, principally because that over to a committee composedof
Church night the trustees: dollars by Bud Anthony, winners in adult more money will be made commissioners Ralph
M:... .' -Approved a fee-In-service chairman of,.the anniversary Hot. tired Rotarians (I-rE). Bill Harrington. Lonnle drawing were Bonnie Crews, available at a later date. Bryan and Dave Paulk, sanitarian -
'**' .,JI" Hbmmunttg for$1,000 per month, with can- Keystone Beach'where Col. Most popular professional -Heard a report from Fire to check out the specifications'
&'tuts" Sank cellation privileges by either' ,Howard Dunn commander of acts, a aid show, boat parade, ,toward their annual Rotary entries, were "Tapestries of Chief Harry Green of the 'on each' bid received., The
party on 19 days notice. Hard the Our Country ,Day, ', took and many other activities to. Swim program which began Togetherness by Bob Steam Bradford County VolunteerFire committee. will recommendthe
Accmnn.MM Immtf UT '. val was employed a few weeks over.,' please both young and old. Monday of Start* and "Acapulco," a Department on the expansion successful bidder to the
WJN* ago by the trustees and Crowds lining the beach Rotarians fed 1,000 ,First in the water by Dorothy .Christoffers board award
PwrM a4p It __Or*. was over place winners colof of the county fire protection -- for. of purchase. j
"(See Page W). were v thrilled" by daring aerial, dinners with proceeds going! )'i''!boat parade were Charlie and, Newman. system., -- Green'- said... contract ,-,-,' ,


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Attends Mrs. Humphries Holy 921de YheMw !


V4t + Year Pilgrimage 1 rfOf @I /


l ; aid ul" Mrs Lester Humphries, GRl'lory 964- 7608
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0 l Boar Member of the St.

w- Augustine Diocesan Council of Winners In Needlepoint Show NamedThe Barney Pittmans

Catholic Women, recently ",if

r-'_ z;_ returned Pilgrimage from to the a Holy Shrine Year of Magic Needle Shop;; held Hosts At Rehearsal

p the Immaculate Conception in a needlepoint show June 19-21
d "ha Washington D.C. at the shop on Bessent road Dinner June 27

While there the group with judges coming' from

.- a" visited the historic shrines of Green Cove Springs, Hillard Mr. and Mrs. Barney Pitt !f?
and Jacksonville. 4; were hosts at dinner
{ exur( r Mother Elizabeth Ann Scion in man a
Emmitsburg Maryland This There were over 146'' items party Friday June 27, for
;. A ;( included the Saint Joseph's entered in the show and more their son Michael and fiancee

'_ k' PI'ovincialllouse, the home of than $200.00 in prizes4were where the guests were seated I
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.. awarded in the various
the religious order of Sisters couple's wedding rehearsal.The .
--- organized by Mother Seton. categories. dinner was held in the
:::.:::!."'" .. ,?r They also visited the Stone Door prizes were won by Lake. Butler Womap's Club

p House where the firstparochial Mrs Doris Sain of where the guests were seated rl -

...">... school the United Gainesville $10.00 and Mrs. at a U-shaped table. The head
k %; States was founded by Mother Ervin Andrews, $5.00.'It table was centered with a
':-i ,. li Seton and the Seton Shrine l First place winners .were: u basket of yellow daisies and \ f'p
$ Chapel. Mother Seton is crochet- Mrs. J, O. Townsend, the side tables were centered k.r .
"i '' scheduled to be canonized a tablecloth; Mrs. Sam Walker, with a garland of magnolia r
saint on September 14, in afghan; knitting Mrs. J.O leaves interspersed with white r
Home. Townsend coat; cross stitch daisies. ?
I Mrs. J. R. Chasteen pillow; The 24 guests attending
crewel Mrs. Millie Bishop of included the honored couple, -
Debra Pittman Keystone Heights, pillow, their parents and bridal attendants -
Diane Rhea Arthur Bruno Mrs Earl Powers of and escorts. a .-E
I Honored At Gainesville pictures Mrs. Miss AdrIenne Barry shows' The honored
couple j
6 her chair
Wedding July antique needlepoint
Tom Holt Jacksonville, bell presented gifts to their attendants
which won first place in the
Bridal ShowerMrs. pull; needlepoint Mrs. Tom during the dinner.
Arthur Bruno ami Ms. Diane Mrs. Brodsky will\ keep Holt pillow, Mrs. Betty needlepoint and sweepstakes I t'' t'S.
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division at the Magic Needle
Uhea wore united in marriage Jennie while the couple take a Michael Pittman the Hurley bargello pillow Mrs.
Show last week. The Anderson
!in Slarko Sunday morning, few days honeymoon. former Debra Lewis a recent Marie Siemer, quick point determinedby sweepstakes Wendy : fJ NI'
July'Ii. by Judge 1 Kl/.ie: Sandersin pillow Mrs. Kit Walter, prize was }
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honored at bridal
a
chambers. bride was voting of visitors at the Celebrates 5th 1Mr
the Judge's ; picture, Miss Kathy
H.W.Bennetts shower Tuesday July I, givenby show.
Mrs Louise Brodsky of Struthquick point picture,
friends at the First Baptist
:Miami the! bride's mother, Will Celebrate25th Church l Fellowship Hall in Mrs. Tom Holt bell pull, Mrs. Miss Jeanne Whiffen for an Birthday July 1
Jennie
was the only witness. Mable Sanders, quick point
Brooker. unusual wall hanging to Mrs.
ot'the bride by ; Little Wendy Anderson, s
Klieu. daughter wall hanging, Mrs John
The refreshment table was E.A. Hall for
a needlepointrug. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
was
u lornior, marriage Anniversary Greene Christmas stocking,
centered by a basket of yellow Michael Anderson celebratedher
I lower girl. daisies. Mrs. F, 11. Kramer stool;
The bride wore a long biege Mr. and Mrs. ll.W. (Buster) One game was played and a katch hook .Mr.. and Mrs. fifth birthday July Leslie 1 at a and Mrs.: Terry Gaines and Itev. Ben Bryant.
dress and carried a bouquet of Bennett will celebrate their prize awarded. Gilbert Goldwire rug; L. M. ,Gaines, luncheon party at Mrs _

blue and while carnations. 25th wedding anniversary The hostesses presented the sweepstake prize Mrs.: Sally Hosts AtRehearsal Nugent evening's" nursery Mr.school.That and.Mrs. Vickie Williams and Terry GainesWed
with Deuterman Melrose, an
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Sunday July a honoree with an electric
birth-
Anderson had a family
reception from 4 p.m. toG p.m. mixer as a memento of the antique chair covered with
and
Dinner day party for Wendy June 27 in First BaptistMiss
at their home in Lawtey.All occasion. needlepoint with ,white
and cakein
served ice cream a
0 Among the 25 attending background. the shape of Raggedy Ann. Vicki Lee Williams pink miniature carnations
Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Gaines
Special recognition to Miss
friends and relatives are between the hours 8 and 10 and
daughter of Mr and Mrs. while daisies ,baby's
0waif Marla Reddish for latch hook were hosts at a buffet dinner
invited to attend. Mrs. lean
p.m. was Lewis A.C.Williams, and Terry Alan breath. Mrs Goldie Logan
Richie Wheeler
of the honoree. pillow; to Mrs. M.G. McMillanfor Thursday, June 26, at their
mother Gaines. son of Mr. and Mrs L and Mrs. Vernon Crosby cut
a framed Irish prayer; to home on Laura Street for their
son. Terry, and fiancee, Celebrates 6th M. Gaines were united in the cake.
Vickie Williams after thecouple' marriage l Friday. June 27, at 8 The two punch tables were
peg
?ay wedding rehearsal. Birthday July 3 p.m. in the l First Baptist centered with silver punchbowls

The buffet table was Church with Rev. Ben Bryant encircled with
MODERN KITCHENS covered with a lace cloth and Richard "Richie" Wheeler performing the nuptials. greenery.. Mrs. Kd: Conway
(Even More) I centered with an arrangementof celebrated his sixth birthday Mrs. L. A. Canova. organist, und Mrs David Williams
spring flowers. The guests July 3 at his home on 301 N and Mrs. M. Brown Jr. and presided at the punch bowls
ON THE TANKSPRAYER CUSTOM )j were seated at a long table in with a party where ten friends Mrs Carol Brown, soloists and were assisted in servingby
the carport which held and relatives attended. presented a program of Miss Gayle Shull'ord. Miss
BUILT arrangements of spring Several games were playedand nuptial music.Highlighting. Gina Crosby and Mrs. Charles

flowers... prizes awarded. the altar were Darby
OF YOUR CHOICE HOMES The 21 guests included the The clown theme was usedas two standing baskets of white Assisting in serving \\t'rl'Mrs,
by honored couple their imme- table decorations. daisies white gladioli Billy Powell Lisa l'uwl'llal1t1
EXAMPLESALE: _- ;})hernini \\ diate families and attendants. Assisting his mother 'in carnations and blue bay's Beth (;iillespie of Mauldin.
The honored serving were Mrs. Nellie breath against a backgroundof S.C.
Reg. h18 $1499 -.469.2185 LAKE BUTLER V sented gifts to their couple attendants pre- Wheeler, Mrs. Brenda Stepp arched and tree can-
Following wedding (trip to
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= and Mrs. Sylvia Wheeler. delabras and
"- : during the dinner. greenery
Mount Piscah. N.C.: and the
;;; ---' "' i Brad Carter was best man
I' : -- Blue, ltidg.e, Parkway the
and the ushers! were Brian'
"1 Jack Millers Johns and David: Gaines. ,couple Lmira.iSU,, !residing Starke. .at',.!>04 ,,1 K.:

Miss Keely Powell of
FOGGERThe Hosts AtBarbecue Mauldin S.C., cousin of the The Bradlord bride High is a 1975 School graduateof und is
bride was maid of honor. She
6 and blue floral employed ut( Williams'Jewelry.
July wore a pink
do-it-yourself home entermmator. .
Just press clip and it polyester floor length gown. The groom is a H)7i) :
The Jack Miller home on She wore a blue picture hat
entire home at time. of Bradford
one High
fogs your Lake Santa Fe was the settingfor with blue velvet ribbon and graduate
l 2 SIZESSmall barbecueand School and is presently employed
a combination carried a nosegay of white
< I K.: I. DuPont.
Houses baby shower Saturday daisies pink carnations and by
July 6.The. blue baby's breath with blue
barbecue was held for satin streamers. Esther Romero
;$163Reg. the employees of the Tran- Dana Lee Williams and Earl

'2" sportation Shop of Clay David Williams Jr., niece and
Don
Electric Co-Op. The 28 guests nephew of the bride were Hardy
Large Houses enjoyed an afternoon of water flower girl and rin -bt'arer.

games and social. Dana wore a gown similar to Wedding July 18
$317Reg. The highlight of the afternoon the bridal attendant and

4". .Iw was a surprise stork carried a white lace covered :Miss l Esther: Romero und
vo shower 'for Mrs. ,Jimmy basket filled with white petals.' Don (Hardy-will lx"' united in
'.}J "Goober" Passwater. The The bride given in marriage Friday July 18 at H

MALONE employees' wives presentedthe marriage by her father worea p.m. in the First Baptist
honoree with many useful Blosssoms of Venisetypccotton Church. Starke with a reception -
gifts lace gown appliqued on in the Woman's Club of
\ SAVEf an angelic empire gown with Starke.All .

Elamourpedic Mrs. Robert Ward scoop bodice, double trumpet friends and relatives are
sleeves attached train invited to attend.Methodist.
\ ; Shower decron polyester sheer over
SALE HonoreeMrs.
PRICE
and taffeta
acetate edged with
f$30 cotton lace. She wore a Choir

Robert Ward was matching short veil and Holds Dinner
honored at a stork shower carried a cascade of white
; Monday night given by Mrs. roses and baby's breath
Elzie Sanders and Mrs. J.H. centered with a white catleya The Chancel choir of the
Minesinger at the home of the orchid.A First United Methodist
latter. held Church had a covered dishsuppt'r
reception was in the
and social in the
The buffet: table was centered church Fellowship Hall where
''with a tall stork encircled Mrs Maurice Brown Jr. Fellowship Hall last Wednesday -

with pink and blue greeted the guests at the door. evening.The .
florets. Miss Sharon Crosby kept the members husbands
The hostesses presented the bride's book. wives 'and Rev and Mrs.

honoree with a high chair as a The bride's table was George Harper enjoyed group
As Seen On TVGRASSMASTER memento of the occasion. covered with a satin cloth and singing following the supper.

Twenty-five guests were centered with a four tiered ,
invited to call between the wedding cake flanked on I I
Enjoy reel naving during the, .[HTIII' | minehwtnr'. and b
hours 8 10
21" Rear
BaggingSelfPropelled p.m. either side by two five-branch
ate of brand n Miilone! (ilnmmnpedir" "mutin" *** Jk
pwially" ( d""II".llor, Florida! ('h.._other, Malone candelabra'' arrangements of 7fi7ttNdMr.
I Glsmou'JK'!
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Model 20550 Reg. 269t

,Stark' Paint and Mrs. Larry D.
: I THE NEWTROPICANA THE NEW THE NEW Muldrow' Fort Campbell
:t X23995 GULF STREAM: FLORIDIAN 'r Ky announce the birth of a
C.nt.r
TIN SI/.K: TWINM.Klli'iinlur : TWIN SI/K: daughter, Rhonda Lynn born
H.-uulr 71.! .m' Km: .h 1'1..,. Nll.ll.1l-, .,h ('hrr l(.' iIrpl.' III Km: h I'm,.... f iI' MALONE July 2.: Grandparents are Mr,
It's Like 3 Mowers In One. Wile, I'....,MM'! Km:. h I'liii- Sill |I"i""!",.',L5: Kwh: I'kTV Sill. I'rkv 7t.M! Kwh: I'liw J, GLAMOURPEDIC 441 W. Madison' St 964-8181 and Mrs. J. T. Pollard and Mr.
It Bags Mulches or MiiK-tmitf Him Spring, I.III: 1hu,,'hng(, Ii.. Spriiiu 1111.115 !Mulching Il4i> Spring TO.ftl you enjoy mil only and Mrs. Barney P. .Muldrowof
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KIM; SI.KH.'u. : ; SI/K: KIN<; sin: .5 and climaliii'd. for, Specials
Starts Easy, Runs Quiet ,:LUMM' r1 i SALE :sro.m! Rep::1711.11..i...i MALE: em.u.1 11'11.4..11.NAU' : :XIIMM J Florida 1 CLUB RESULTS
Bernice Brenke and Mrs.

Delivers Maximum Cutting li' On Outside Paul Johnson were''the win-
ning couple at Duplicate
Power Use Less Fuel Bridge' Tuesday night. Mrs.
House' Paint Hilda Dey and Mrs Sherrod
SEE TORO TODAY It's A Fact You Can Do Better At I Hamilton and Mrs. M'.A.: Bald
. win and Mrs. Lex Green tied
for second Mr. and Mrs. Ed

LO.IDA' '&1' Wainwright were third

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MIME enmark Furniture Co. ofStarke Mr. 'and' Mrs.George W.
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WALLPAPER, SALES& Friday to Sunday:" Bob

Peterson and Mrs. Vickie Heth
\ 539 East Call St. INSTALLATION I and children of Denver. Colo.,

PH.964-51.5 MlUliE Mr. and Mrs. AW/Landonat
Lakeland, Mran&Mrs'Jack
AHTypflsOfPaiit
Ay cofcr infer tlwfllt Watson and Mrs.:J, M. Stoner
Complete ProfessionalPest 434 W. Call St., Phone 964-5827 'Starkc, Florida I hint Suppliest. of Ocala Miss Rose Heller of
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I f peq9C7OUJflQWs / Debra Lewis and Michael Pittman PP2 qJ(0CUffiv\fOCWl( I


o Exchange Vows June 28 In Lake ButlerMiss
and Mrs. Jerome
j LTC and Mrs. V. Spengler Mr.
t were In St. Augustine Sunday Cawthon and son, Jay, of Debra Ann Lewis of Local admittances to Mr. and Mrs.G.A. Gay had E.P.Renner Is undergoing

; visiting his father, R. L, Covington, Ga. spent the long Lake Butler, daughter of Mrs. Bradford County Hospital this as overnight guests their surgery today, Thursday, in
J Spengler. weekend with her parents, clean A. Lewis and the late week include: Mrs. Rachel grandson, Steve Gay and Alachua General Hospital
.... Mr. and Mrs. Howard Meyer.Oot Reed E. Lewis of Brooker Moore, Brooker; Mrs. Minne friend Steve Berger,who were
Mrs. Mary Seitler and Tony became the bride of MichaelNeel Rhoden, Mrs. Sarah Wilson, enroute to their home in Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stefan

Kudack of Miami are visitingMr. a Big Brailar at the Dairy Ouaen for Pittman son of Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Colson, Mrs. Miami after visiting places of elli of Gainesville, Mr. and 1
and Mrs. Michael An- 4M with coupon from Rid Carpet Pag. Mrs. Barney Pittman of Lake Marion Hawkins, Howard interest In Detroit, New York Mrs.At Stefanelli and Mr.and

derson this week. Butler on Saturday, June 28, Meyer, Mrs. Helen Mer- and Canada. Mrs. Sam Caruso of Jackson-
Mr. and Mrs. Olin White at 7 in the Church of sereau, Mrs. Ruby Strickland, ville and their families at-
entertained at family reunionat p.m. Starke Oat a Big Brailar at the Dairy Queen.for5c tended reunion at the
John Burton of Knoxville, Christ, Lake Butler, with ; Grady Perry and Mrs. a family
Tenn. was last Monday their cottage on Crystal Minister Sammie Long r.n. Rebecca Kinnard, Hampton; with coupon from Red Carpal Page. Hampton Lake home of Mr.
per-
overnight guest of his sister, Lake on Sunday. Among those forming the nutials.Decorating h Mrs. Alice Bogue, Stan Reddish, son of Mr.. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli on
Mrs. James Barron. attending were Mr. and Mrs. the altar were Hawthorne; Joseph Richard, and Mrs. Drew Reddish Sunday, June 29. 25 guests
John Steele and son, and Mrs. Jr., Raiford; Jorge Valldejuli was enjoyed the occasion.
James two standing baskets of i discharged June 28 in Naples,
Mr.: and Mrs. Annie Lee Dunwoody of Lester Sheets and Mrs. Willie

Montuoro and daughter, Rome, Ga., Mrs. Bessie yellow and and white baby's gladioli breath, McVeigh, Keystone Heights r: Italy after Stan is two years in the Kathy and Patty Williams of

Christie, of Tampa spent partof Dunwoody and Mrs. Avanell pompoms beside white arched James Creamer, Jr., Lawtey.Mr. Navy. touring Europeand Danbury, Conn are spendingthis
can-
the long weekend with her,, Johnson of Jacksonville, Mr. a England during the monthof week with their grandmother -
entwined with
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. and Mrs. O. W. Barton of delabra and A.1. and Mrs. Henry July before returning home ;- Mrs.' L.S. Williams.
white burning
Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. Santa Fe Lake, Mr. and Mrs. greenery + I IVtr Stefanelli had as guests the around the first of August.

Montuoro left Christie with ,Clinton Barton and daughterof tapers, against centered a backgroundof with past three weeks, Mrs. James Mrs.. H.B. McLendon and
palms, a Miss Kristina
her grandparents while they Silver Lake, Mr. and Mrs.. candle. Biggs and son of Murray Ky.,. daughter of Mrs.Glen Crosby Hudson, grandsons, Mark and Matt
visited Silver Springs Warren Ebling and daughterof memory Gerald Dukes Mrs. Bill Finalle of DuBois, Meister, of Orlando; and
Mrs. and granddaughter of Mr. and
Saturday and Sunday. Kinsley lake. organist, and Mr. and Mrs. Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. James Mrs. Glen Duke of Fort Lauderdale Kevin Miller, of Starke, spent
Edward Castlen of Murone of St. Marys, Pa. former from Wednesday through Sunday ig f
Anthony Starke residents -
Oil a Big Braiiar at the Dairy Queen'for Mr. and Mrs. Donnie with Mrs. McLendon's '
4Sc with coupon from Rod Carpet Pavo.I Tampa, cousins of the bride, has been named in theWho's
Bagwell and son, Byron, soloists Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddish brother E.L. Matthews, at
as : presented a Who Among American
visited Marco Polo Park on : i and children, Chris and Kingsley Lake.
1 Mr. and Mrs.Jamie Worley Saturday.Mr. ,program of nuptial music. Ashley, of Pensacola are High School Students, 1974-75, .,
S and family of Aiken, S. C. Wilford Allen was best man 9th annual edition. Nelson Jones I
t visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Mr. and Mrs.
and ushers were Randy
were Saturday overnight and Mrs. James B. Reddish this week. had their daughter Connie
Lewis, brother of the bride, t Mr. and Mrs.
Gary
guests of Claude Crowson at Talley, 111, of Gainesville Pittman brother of t ri Worthyof and her husband, Bret, and
and Larry Hurst, Texas and Mike
Bedford Lake. have returned from Penland, Mrs. H. M. Richarde, Jr. grandchildren.Bret and Dan-
the of North
N. C. where Mrs. Talley attended groom. Lott of 'v':1 and children spent last week Royster ,Augusta, yel Tainter from Santa Maria
Mrs. Larry Wiggins, S.C. were Saturday to Tues-
and Mrs. Bobby Taylor
Mr. the Penland School of with her California for a nine day visit
Miss., attended her sister as ,.., ..,.. parents, Mr. and day guests of Mr. and Mrs.
.and family were in Taylor, Crafts and Arts.Mrs. Talley is matron of honor and Miss 1. .a. .... Mrs. W.p. McCutchon In Drew Reddish this past week. It was Connie'sfirst

Fla. Saturday attending the an art teacher at BHS and Cathy Comerford of Sneadswas : i1 Waveland, Miss. visit home In seven years
of his niece, Roxanna
wedding
former Starke resident and Mrs. Jones says her
v attendant. They wore Mrs. Merrill Edwards
attended
Taylor, to Chris Bush. The Oat a Big Brailar at the Dairy Queen for daughter, a 1956 graduate of
Taylor's daughter, Kathy, Oet a Big Brazier at the Dairy Queen for' identical floor length princess 4SC with coupon from Red Carpet Page. a seminar at Oral Bradford High School justcouldn't
played the piano and sang a 4Sc with coupon from Red Carpet Pag. style gown of mint green { Roberts University in Tulsa, how
get over things
flocked sheer with white Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hood Okla. June 2529.
solo for the wedding.
Tim Crews and Paul Hut- daisies over green taffeta witha were in Ponte Vedra last have changed and the Starke ',

Miss Vicky Turner spent the chins are spending this weekin high neckband and cape Monday to Thursday at- Mrs. J. M. Edwards spent area has grown. The family _
weekend with her father,R. V. Miami, Key West and Key sleeves. The matron of honor tending the Florida Forestry last week with her daughterand went sailing, visited the *.J
ocean, but spent most of the
Turner in Belle Glade. Largo. wore a white hat with yellow Association Director'smeeting family,Mr. and Mrs.J.M. time swimming in Silver blJ
band and streamers and the High, Jacksonville.. lit'1
II. Haddock of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson bridesmaid wore a green hat. Lake.
Mrs. C. Mrs. S.L. Peek, Sr. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mark llunul"I
,
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. They carried two yellow
:, Ocala, former Starke Charles Lawson and family in carnations tied with yellow Charles Darby and Mrs. Jean Lt. Barry Firth of Corpus ton and children of Tampa l)!}\
resident, spent the long Darby visited Mrs. C.W. Christi!NAS,Texas is home on were weekend visitors of her
Tallahassee Thursday to satin streamers.
weekend with her brother and Little Miss Patricia Castlen, Chalker and Miss Elise Jonesin two weeks leave. parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.B.
: Robert Saturday.
family, Mr. and Mrs .
Griffin in Keystone Heightsand cousin of the bride,was flower The bride is a 1975 graduateof High School and is employed Gainesville Monday.Mrs. !Mrs. John Phillips of New- Rosier. .
friends in Steve Crawford Charlie, girl and was gowned similarto Bradford School. Mrs. E.P. Renner returnedlast .
also visited High at Johnson's Grocery Store in ton. Kas. and Mr. and Mrs. '. '
Rick and Allen Holtzendorf the bridal attendants. L.G. Powell and sisters Thursday from three
Starke. The groom is a 1975 Lake Butler. Henry Godwin and daughter
spent last week at Pisqua Robert Pittman, nephew of graduate of Union County Misses Etta and Louise Barbara spent Friday to Sun- weeks visit with her brother-
Oct a Big Braiier at the Dairy Queen'for National Forest and Smoky the groom, was ringbearer.The Fripp of Columbia, S.C., at Cocoa Beach visiting in-law and sister; Mr. and
trrpnpnp day
M with coupon Iron Rod Carpet Pag*. Mountains, N.C. bride, given in returned Saturday from four Mr. and Mrs. John Livingston. Mrs. J.W. I'ratht-r in Temple

marriage by her cousin, Mrs. Carrie Ritch had as Mr.and Mrs. John R. Smith weeks trip to the New England City Calif.P.M.: ;

Mrs. Jewell Johns of Those attending the Charles Castlen, wore a visitors John Ritch of and daughter were in Jacksonville states visiting friends and Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Gay and

Jacksonville is visiting her American Cheerleading dacron polyester long gown Valdosta, Ga. last Friday and over the weekend relatives. Upon their returnedthe William It. Parrish of Brooker Barefoot and daughter -
parents Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Academy in Leesburg this trimmed in chantilly lace and Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Darby of visiting Mrs.. Smith's mother Misses Fripp remainedwith recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Miss Sara Barefoot
Carter, Sr. for two weeks. The week are: varsity Gloria seed pearls. The fitted bodice Lake City on Sunday. and grandmother, Mrs. Mrs. Powell until Wed Joseph A. Gay and family in Jacksonville spent the \\ oJ''f"
Carters had as visitors duringthe Strickland, Laura Thomas, was trimmed at the empire Thelma Leake and Mrs. 11,F. nesday before returning'to Columbia S.C. end with Mrs. Btrniece

weekend, Mrs. James Kathy Locke, Brenda waist and round neckline with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bradley Wilcox. Columbia. perman in Clearwatcr. VI.;
Mellon of Lakeland and Mr. Roberts Sharon Crosby, Chantilly lace and pearls: the nf\ttrtta\\1 fafacn. .. ._ ....
end ft j;fn'..""U"U600L ftv', -- VzzJr- -IuJL -..-I) -- --..-... .%.
and Mrs. Lavinia Lewis Mrs. Rhonda Harrell, MargaretAnn butterfuly sleeves were edgedin Waters, spent July Fourth at
Lucile Stroughton and Mr. and Norman and Kathy the same lace. Appliques of Sea World.

Mrs. Sammy Starling and Telstone; junior varsity lace, studded with pearls,

family of Jacksonville. Diane Crews, Sonya Tenly, adorned the skirt and self- Mrs. Lamar Shaw and son,
Neva Jane Flynn, Kathy train. Her chantilly lace Mike, are in Galveston, Texas I Now UseJRAtiSMATIC
Mr. and Mrs. Jim B. Talley, Taylor, Angie Bryant, Marie bandeau secured her veil of for three weeks while Mike
Jr. were in Daytona Beach Ferguson,Tammy Kelley and illusion. She carried a nosegayof undergoes further surgery at

several days last weekvisiting Harriet Ham. white daisies centered with the Shriners Burn Institute.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas an orchid.A I,
and son Chris. Chris Oat a Big Bratier at th*Dairy Queen for held in the
Talley reception was
and Mrs George,,,, ,.
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from Red
4Sc with coupon Carpet Pag* ?
celebrated his first birthdayon church educational buildmg.where' Pfiester .and Miss Danielta* '
r June 28 and had as guests the' entrance was Archer' of Fort Lauderdale?: ,, ,, ;, :: -f.--r."f" ':t
besides Mr. and Mrs. Talley, Mrs. Carolyn redgrave and decorated with magnolia Saturday to Tuesday: of T it
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tyeof Mrs. Shellie Gerle visited Mr. leaves and sun flowers. Mrs. yore last week guests of Mr/,'find ', \ SERV tE"I 9t'
Lawtey. and Mrs. Brad Locke and Joyce Castlen greeted the Mrs. Edward Pfiester,' ; +e
in Bradenton over the
family guests at the door and
Oat a Big Brailar at the Dairy Queen for weekend.Mr. the Ii
them to ,
M with coupon from Red Carpal Paga.Mr. presented Mrs. Annie Mae Ensor of '' "
receiving line composed of the
the
and Mrs. Eldon Sapp, and Mrs. George bride and groom, their weekend Jacksonville with will his spend mother, To Pay i .. l
Hamilton of Tampa are ;
and bridal at- l. .
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns parents Mrs. Bertha Pearce.: i. .nH
several with
and Mr. and Mrs. Tullie spending days tendants. Mrs. Joey Bakken, \

,r Norman spent Tuesday; of last Sherrod their parents Hamilton Mr. and and Mrs.Mr. III. kept the bride's book. Miss Judy Dahlman of
week in St. Augustine and The bride's table was Ohio visited her 't
and Mrs. Richard Solze. covered with a white linen Epworth.. .
Marineland. On Thursdaythey Pfiester --A1
Edward ,
sister, Mrs. My
C.M. Schneider of ,
Mrs.
visited Mr and Mrs. cloth with overlay of organdyand and family last Thursday and H .t
is her
Colo. visiting
Luther Gillyard in Deland and Denver, centered with a three 'Ii< ? -
Friday.Mr.
'' Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Emanuel mother, Mrs. W.M. Wimberlyfor tiered wedding cake

in DeBary. several weeks. decorated ,with yellow and and '!Mrs. Homer

illl'i green and topped with a bride Stearns were In Tavares MortgagePayment I
and groom. In front of the Tuesday and Wednesday on .
Now OpenSkating cake were two love birds. Mrs. business. -'tic o
Paul Faulkner cut the cake.

RinkHwy The punch table was TIIK: BRADFORD
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candle at one end of the table Starke, Florida 32091
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the other end. Mrs. Second Class
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I $75OOO UCDA Loan Bolsters Union Bank BalancesLAKE I



: BUTLER '- (Hard mediate cash for the paymentof operating expenses the Union negotiated a $75,000 Interest the Union County Development At Tuesday's July 8 meeting Clerk Robert A, Driggers that <.:Chairman Woodington and
I pressed by the lack of im past due accounts and County commission free loan to be advanced by Authority. when it was made known byt' cash balances in all funds had commissioner Archie
voted for the sale
sunk to the low point of about demons of
--== -- 5000. as of June 30, a lengthy the property, with V commissioners
held just Gerald Griffis,
discussion was on
how to handle the financial Clyde Crews, and Paul
Ar; SPECIAL bind until new revenues start Riherd, who originally
? proposed it in an about face
coming in to the county coffers ?
G & maneuver, voted against its

The Union County sale.With
:: Development Authority is action on the property\
SAVINGS composed of 12 members, at a stalemate Chairman

4 ,- '.>1" ." _. -' "n seven of whom were \VoodinKlon appointed a
represented at the com committee composed of Clerk
the five Driggers and commissioners
meeting:
missioners
s
v> ; county commissioners, clerk Riherd and Griffis to give the
1t 1 Robert A, Driggers and matter a thorough study on
faini1yc; i 7 erS GJOPOQQ millm county attorney Hal Y, the matter and report back to
Maines. Five citizen membersof the commission at their next

'-; ",II>, >(, r'I'; ; ,,,i?' SHOPPING the authority were not meeting.In .
U.S. 301''' South :.ENTER Starke FI a. present, but the seven who other matters al
Tuesday's meeting, the
Prices Good Thurs Sun. July 10-13 were The constituted commissioners a quorum.voted commissioners;

While Quantities Last! Open MOD Wed 9 to 8 Thurs Sat 9 to 9 S"2t'6 of Head a resolution
for a temporary recess
their regular monthly meetingand adopted by the, Board ol
I immediately reconvenedas Trustees of the Union Gelw..allIospital .


D 0 [L : J : approve Development the the Union Authority loan County to the to on three the mill 1975 lax requesting tax levy roll be!included for that the a

(ill commissioners. benefit of the hospital. The
The loan will be advancedby le'y'IIS approved in IIII I
i the authority to the com vole, with Chairman 1 D. l Jo:;.
) \\oodington opposing
missioners from their present (Skip
cash balance of $140.000. Approved the renewal of
These funds have accumulated the Inter-Local Agreement
over a long periodof with the North; Central Florida
Ladies years mostly from monies Regional Planning Council llor
advanced to the authority by next year at a cost ol $1,033(: ; lo
t Ladies'Polyester the commissioners for county the county, with commissioner

PANT S UITS.PANTS development Authority member purposes Hal Y.Maines represent. the Paul commission M. Riherd on lo

DOUBLE !KNIT( insisted that to be kept the council.
f from being called "Indian Approved the execution
Givers" that a re-payment of a lease agreement on
date of not later than July 1, vehicles provided In (he
Easy Care 100% Polyester, 1976 be a stipulation of the Division ot Forestry lo the
loan advance to the commissioners county. The nevlease:
$1588 His suggestionwas agreement provides. a
Many Styles And Colors approved and its disclaimer absolving the
Assorted pastels repayment will be considered I Division ol )Forestry ol :ray
Fine quality. Sizes- To Choose From when the commissionersapprove liability lor personal I injury
petite, average and their new budget for and properly. damage b.v' he(
tall. Jacquard the coming year leased vehicles and also
weaves. Sizes 8- While in session as the provides that they comply'
Union County Development \\ ilh the motor vehicle inspections
/ 16. Buy several .
.
Authority, the members annually
'
2' pairs-at this low unanimously approved that a Frank! .K. Pope and Joe '.
price. MEN'S deed be prepared transferringa M ixon. representing the
POLYESTER block 01 properly lo Norman; Agricultural! Stabilization; and
Stephenson, owner of the l Lake Conservation I Service Lids iM'd
Buller Apparel Company I ho commission (hut I they'
LEISURE
Only The Authority had sold I he would have. I the lloor plan
property to Stephenson on a designs lor a. proposed
1' contract for deed 13 years ago Agriculture Service I'enter
= JACKETS and final payment was madeon ready' lor (he board's.. consideration -
DRESSMsiuRTS Friday. June 2(1, with appropriate l bv (heir next'
r ceremonies for the meet ing, The approximately
occasion. :1 l.iHlll square loot building is:
$ 88 Men's casual 100% Polyester Leisure Coatsl! Front Just right for hot summer Authority member Paul M. Icing planned. lo serve Imth
6 button closing, contrast topstitching. Choose from assorted months. 65% Polyester Kiherd was elected as I'nion mid Baker (counties,
colors. Sizes 3646. chairman to execute the deed John Colson. ol Ihe
35% Cotton. Assorted
pastel transferring the property to Icpiitment. ol Transportation:
solids Sizes '14/2 to 162.O94. Stephenson, said that the sum ol $:llHio) (
Pair The authority meeting was was available. lor i rv-Miilacing:
: then adjourned and the the '''$('hwl, house: loop'' 'in
}r 8 commissioners resumed their'i', I LukeHullerl! The' board,
t $12MEN'S o vn $ regular meetingContinuing : however! reused! to approved(
a search for the expcndiluie' on that
LadiesKNIT more money lor the county prajtcl| I,,
treasury, and as chief fiscal (ChairmaniHMlingtoii
officer lor the (board: Clerk iippointed I I l'OIl1I11IS-IUIIl''S: '
Robert A. l Dnggors proposedthat C'l!i.uk-Ctcws. Paul Kiherd. and
(he commissioners Archie: 'lemons lo represent
consider the sale of 520 acres the commission on the tV moil
TOPS CO-ORDINATING remaining of the Luke Butler ('uunl Tax. Aduslmeiil|
Naval; Air Station. lIual'd Thevill[ serve with
Driggers said (he commissioners two I members: appointed' bv
KNIT'PANTS MEN'SEasy had purchased (he the :school( board
1,020 December I91H I.'aannnously: lpPI'U\l'll)
acres in \ | |
To Care For 100% Polyester KNITSLACKS lor $100.000)( and most of the tin application. lor a ;50.;5o
cost had been recovered from matching lund grant lo the
M Styles And Colors Coordinating 100% Polyester Crepe flare slacks. Assorted two timber sales, one in Stale Division ol Health tar$13,0lMi .
any colors., Sizes 2933. Buy several at this low November; MM! tor $;);),5:15: ., lo purchase: a i new
price and save! and another in February 11(74!( rescue ambulance. lo I replace
To Choose From for $19.801)) the back-up and now being
100% Polyester In 1! ; the commissioners used, The backup unit will not
donated
knit Assorted r oo acres meet! I the required i
solid colors 30- ri lor the site on which the Lake specilicalions\ idler ..lanuar.v.I'JTIi. .'.
38 Waist. S-M-L Butler Reception and Medical\ \ ;.
$ O88 $1O 88 inseams. Buy now Center has been built, which Acn'pll'dilh regret! a i
Values To $5" end savel 1 l has been a stimulus to the letter ol .resignation Irom KK. .
county's economy The Center 1 iillesp.v.: Jr... ('ollnl.'
employs ,1:10X'ople: \ many of lliMlth I Director.I He is
whom are Union county resigning elleclive July ::1III\
residents. accept in attractive. olfer in
ONLY Driggers also pointed out Jacksonville his letter staled
j y that the commissioners had At the request 1 ol cilv
declined an offer of $702.01)0) commissioner T. S Tlmmas.
from the Kerr-McCee Corporation Jr. agreed to ..assist the city n'
Patio DIRECTOR'SCHAIR made last fall grading I.2IM) loci of streets to
UMBRELLA $7 SAVE NOW Another advantage to be serve II residents in South
PairLadies' gained by sale of the property Lake liuller.
would be its addition to
tax Building Inspector Sam
assessment values for the Wilson reported income olM)9
county. Driggers said it had $ ) received; by his alike
not been on the tax rolls since since the new building permit
+ ;,rs ,riff 6' x 6' Crank Op 1938.: and inspection
y' program
crated umbrella with Commissioner Paul M. started on June l III> Wilson said
a 4" cotton fringe. Kiherd moved that the 520 thai 27 inspections! had been
i Solid color exterior Folding white wooden SHELL acres be declared as surplus! made during the period.
t floral interior. frame and 20 property by, the commissionand -- Agreed to allow! the use
oz.
can
I that its sale be advertisedto of the room formerly occupiedby
vas seat and back in the highest bidder for cash. Supt. Jimmy Cason;.at the
$ 88 black or red. For the In the discussion that west end of the courthouse bv'
27 latest in decorating followed Riherds motion, the building inspector. '
ideals! commissioner Clyde Crews Reviewed several budget
registered his quick disapproval requests: and referred them to
for its sale, saying that a committee composed ol
EACH he thought it would be best if chairman Woodington and
the commission continue to commissioner Kiherd. and
hold it for the future timber then set Tuesday July yz 1118
88 sales that could be realized pm, as the lime and date for
$14 from the property. their next meeting on budget
r Chairman D.E. (Skip) matters for the coming >ear.CORRKCTIOIN .
Woodington was of the opinionthe
,_ county would be better off
by selling the property and the !
BRAZER GRILL taxes paid annually would be Two drivers and their
far more than the timber sales vehicles were switched in an
would produce. accident report in the July 3
With Riherd's motion to sell edition, for which the' Telegraph
RUGS about to die when no second apologizes. The Tele-
24" GRILL was forthcoming, chairman graph, however, reported the
Woodington vacated the chair accident as listed on an acci-
for the purpose of making the dent report by the Starke
I Has Removable second.. Police Department. >- '
Great Value Soft and feminine With the discussion con The accident occurred,
Tripon Legs, sleeveless' 100% tinuing on the merits for according to Mrs. Oscar Dell!,
Polyester. Many colors selling and the disadvantages' when she was traveling southon
4 PositionCenter ti of holding the property, Walnut Street and a car
Size 15" x 21" :J' Famous artists'pain commissioner Rlherd, driven by Joe Griffis of Starke
Lift tings in the print Great requested that his motion be pulled out from a park
for those warm days withdrawn, after evidently place and a collision
Many Uses In Home deciding not to vote for ..the Both the telegraph and the
77 sale of the 520 acres.Vicechairman police report state Mrs.: Dell!
OrAutoLargeAsst.OfColors ? Gerald pulled out of the parking place
88 since is, however, ruled that and Griffis was' traveling

,, $888 6 received t his motion a second had already by south on Walnut. .M *Streets" ,

Woodington''step-down that '
And Patterns Each It could be -
not withdrawn, and People rarely get mad with
called for a,vote on the motion.
anyone who say.good things
about them. -

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I Union Schools Will ]Earn Same :Dollars t; :!: Have Less Operating Money I ILAKE'


retirement greatly increased in 191-,1): mtlllge from 633 'mill s tu 7 order, which means the expenditure -
said. He to 2)) Employee
hopes
BUTLER Union staff, Cason The school board Is Personnel Director Bill Fois- mills. of $3,000 in county the lowest and best bid on the. schools by, automobile
schools will have about the present the school board a benefits. to all ter said many schools are Of the $1,431,950 Union funds and $211,000(> in state school lunch"supplies. ,, work: agencies.. Board Member
required
same amount of total dollars, balanced budget by Sept being pay the rule of thumb to bud- schools earn because of their install ceilings man's compensation insur- Donald Dukes said he has
in retirement benefits. Last using funds, to new ,
$1.4 million\ for 1975-76 but ember 1, Cason said answerto year did number of students and typesof custodial received complaints after
Board Mem- the board paid half, the em- get half again what they lights and heat and air-condi- ance, supplies.
less money to operate on a question Dukes.by half. last year for electricity. programs, plus another tioning equipment in four bread, dairy products, and residents'saw school) vehicles
because of higher local ber Donald three ployee Inflation in such items as Should that method be used $116,825 in special categorical classrooms at Lake Butler school supplies. being used personally and
3))
out
required effort, picking up all Cason increased pointed costs the utilities and gas. The board for Union schools $54,000 programs, the school will net Middle School. Architect Approved purchase of wondered if the county was 1
employee retirement benefits, areas of last for electri- would be budgeted for electri- only $1,271,320 in actual Craig Salley said the four gasoline from Gulf Oil Co. paying for the gas. Supt
and higher utility bills, Supt. school board didn't have budgeted last$38,000 and spent city next year.In dollars\ received in 1975-76. rooms had been overlooki: i by since no other bids were sub Cusuii defended the use of the ,
Jim Cason told the school year: benefitsfor city With year air-conditioning addition, the county is The $1.4 million is first cut his stalf and the school staff mitted and since the board has cars and truck as a good deal
board Tuesday 1)) Unemployment 43000. by a cost of living adjustment. with Gulf for the schools
night. the
being added to Lake being required to remit to because the area was not been dealing for
turn- currently
Principals and staff are cur- which employees are Middle School state $154,999 in property tax Union schools, by legislative shaded on drawings when it Listened to Supl. Cason
rently working on budgets for ing in forms in much greater Butler to power be revenue as part of the total mandate, received only 92.6 'should have been. years.Approved Supt. Cason's explain that Florida law now
costs are expected
individual schools and county numbers. $1.4 million the county schools percent of the funds they recommendation that all state permits schools to give management -

earn from the state. That \actually\ earn. -Okayed expenditure of up school funds be wired directly personnel. such as
represents $15,000 increase in to $1,000 for removal of a 17- from Tallahassee to the principals and county olfico
Lawtey Puts Off New local required effort over 74- "It costs less to live here year-old boiler in LBMS to Farmers and Dealers Hunk personnel, one, two or three
75, or an increase in school and we all benefit greatly make room for electrical which was designated as the year contracts, rather than
I from that," Supt. Cason told panels.Approved. board's depository. School awarding continuing( con
the audience, drawing 9 3-1. with Board funds will earn daily interest tracts. Board Attorney Wayne
Utility Tax Until OctoberLAWTEY New Variety Of laugh. That cuts the earned Member Donald Dukesoppos- at 5 percent, bills will be paid Carroll will investigate whether

dollars to 1325986. ing,leave with pay for teacher twice per month and employees the superintendent and
for Due To that $1.3 million figure, Sharon Minshew who is takinga will be paid twice per board can meet privately to
City residents Jackson will drill the well and $2,292,977.homestead Less $94,059, thecity's Strawberry however, can be added European trip which will month under an investment discuss terms of employmentthey

won't be charged utility tax install water storage tanks. next taxable exemptions property $116,825 in categorical funds extend 17 days into the coming plan Supt. Cason said he has will oiler an employee
until October, the city commission Both contractors are abouta a net increase Test HereFive for such programs as the school term including several worked out to earn the schools Carroll said he I thought;( t the
$2,387,036
decreed Monday week behind the schedule totals 1974 of $20,431. transportation system, days in which students will be money on unspent funds board could meet secretly to
night, saying implementationof anticipated by Sverdrup and over that it will take a thousand plants of the $62,0662; elementary counse- in attendance. All other per Discussed at length with discuss terms of employment 4'
wait until Parcel, Spear said, but added Long reports new Floridabelle\ strawberry lor occupational themselves! but did not
sonnel
the tax can of 2,971 mills to raise the $6,304; matters were approved the suggestion/: that no county among
residents have city water. the lateness was not of con- levy in property taxes variety have been set in Brad- specialist, $8,219; career edu- unanimously. Dukes said the gas be used for personal travel think the board could meet in

According to the ordinance cern at this point. same $6,680 raised in 1974 with a ford County to make runners cation, $10,000; health, $7,800; paid leave during school the personal use by school private to bargain with the ,
the I
passed by the council, the tax Spear said he is asking city for fall planting. County Agent community schools $6,000; would set a precedent, but employees of vehicles loaned employee,
mill levy.
was to be effective this month Chapman to go to each house 3.0-Discussed city insurance on Bobby Taylor said Wednes- environmental education, Supt. Cason, Board Chairman .... ...
(July) but Engineer Ralph individually to find out where vehicles and employees at day.The $5,600, and textbooks $10,480. Tommy Mobley, and Board
Eng said Farmer's Home the owner wants the water Clerk Lucille Shuford largest plantings are Union has to pay the state Member Kay Crawford all
Administration doesn't service located. length. council she will check those of Lloyd Griffis, Marcus from 75-76 funds $16,492 in a defended the trip as providing DeWitt C. Jones
require that utilities be taxed The engineering firm and told the Agent George Mosley, and Carl Yarbrough, prior year adjustment, and educational value for stu-
until the$250,000 loan is closed contractor are both mappingthe with Insurance find out the facts each with 1,000 plants; Ben the $154,000 in property taxes
out, meaning all the monies water lines,Spear said. lie Roberts to insurance 500, and Palmer leave a net of $1,271,320 in dents.Named board members Funeral Home
the city's
spent, which probably won'tbe added that Chapman is most about One question was Williams with 200, Taylor state school funds coming to donald Dukes and Ray Crawford .

until October or November.The cooperative with him. program.the is said.Floridabelle Union County.It toserve on the tax adjust-
city
whether respon-
council had the option of The next change order will is a cross leaves Union schools ment board with three mem- STARKE PHONE 964-62OO

implementing the tax as of be to extend water lines northto sible.Was told the rooJ is ready to between Early Belle\ a North within $1,000 of last year's bers of the county commis- RENTAL
July 1 or waiting until October the Trail Motel Spear said. recreation building, Carolina variety, and Sequoia, funds available for budgeting sion. WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS
the BEDS
HOSPIlML
The council questioned what go on for it the a California berry. It was $1,425,556 in 1974-75 and -Approved a master plan
that beams are on lie CRUTCHES
The council also set an rates to charge residents developed at the University of $1,426,320 for 197576. for in-service education as
October 1 date for residents to outside the city limits for the site.Told Council John Robinson Florida research center at In other action Tuesday presented by Mrs. Martha KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE'473-31 76 1

sign up to take the new city water, since the city can't there is no city ordinance Dover, and has the advantageof night, the school board: Kiherd. II
water without a late penalty charge them utility tax. Eng selling' beer on Sun- producing more runners -Agreed to a $29,000 change -Approved acceptance of
charge. Residents signing up said Florida law permits a against Councilman Barbara and being resistant to fungus

prior to Oct.l will\ be con- surcharge on rates up to 50 day.Jordan said the matter is Taylor said.

nected onto the system free. percent of the monthly rate in controlled by state law as longas
The Oct. 1 cut-off date was such cases. He said he will "has no
the city or county
needed so Chapman and Co. check with Attorney Gene regulating the sale %
firm installing the pipe, will\ Shaw and have more information ordinance of beer. SAVE 1 TO 47 4

know how many tie-ins it will\ later. FAMILY DISCOUNT STOMES
have to make, Eng said.In In other action Monday
a progress report, to the night. the council: -
council Allan Spear, resident --Agreed to have Purvis,
on-the-job inspector for the Gray & Powers, GainesvilleCPA
r engineering firm,'Sverdrup & firm, again do the. city ..t
Parcel of Gainesville, said audit.
that some 9,000 linear feet of -Received a statement from
the total 16,000 feet of six-inch Property Appraiser Gene 1 cj.nn1 .

have, been Installed by Long showing a total taxable
Chapman and Co. Jacksonville value of the city's property at

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A $13,286 change has in- t I3ppltCQIRt
..
the size of the pipe to the 1/1E Oidicsrn&i"Misery 1
Lawtey Correctional Center 'vOO
and out SR-225 west. The
increased pipe size has made
the addition of seven ,
possible Enjoy a "Super Summer"with
fire hydrants for fire 11. I rl the happy people who

protection. have found a new life in
Chapman and Co. is 10 to 15 Christ at the First Baptist

percent complete on it portionof Church of Starke. ,
the contract. Spear praised + %
for doing a good job. ,, I I' I l lO lr
Chapman Worship and study the p Y.O Q kp t
Jackson and Sons, Pompano Is a live secret. and p1 ,
> Bible with us l. O v
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Beach began work this week.UIIUKU a dead telephone. In thIStSun.da l nwMirn%

Sunday School for the
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Brooker Council Discusses

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bringing some degree of the deputy would be that JUST ARRIVED Sel'-:
police protection to Brookerwere he would have to qualify under Evening Praise and Flbff'Oul box dispenses one at 0 ,;me. pur* virgin' crude NMTNSLACp heat
discussed in the police standards law, Preaching 7:30p.m. ..OIIMATeN .... T wo.piy construction" for extra strength reapwnontorrosin, non deter-
a lengthy 8 Th.wMpbanddoch.a' atlytala.d and .. .'.".. Whit" only. cent -- and guaranteed by EagletStock '
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Sheriff Dolph Reddish and area, and could probably get "The Church with a Heart,
Chief Deputy Robert Green along with a part-time officer In the Heart of Starke"
met with the council to explain who would be on call when _
requirements of Florida's needed," Reddish said. Ben'P. Bryant tC" t\ '
In other matters, the Pastor : I IuI
police standards law, as wellas ; .
projected costs of' law Council voted to raise ...
Brooker's water deposit fee : -
enforcement in the area. William George
Reddish told the council his from $10 to $20, and heard Min. of Music /
office could Clerk Joyce Castlen report UNASIwLID '/ 1\ sn.1M' .
deputize any man
they recommended, providinghe that the new populationcensus Travis R. Kimbril ..... 21%
under state of the town is being Min.of Education 8-SPEE02S"DELUXE BIKMotorcycltype 1 LBS, EAGLE CHLORINE GLADE UK FRESHENER GAIT m or. ICE CHUT
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven Monday. Meeting

] Satellite Beach Teams Wins Set To Probe"

Pages TELEGRAPH July 10,1975I


Local Women's Softball Tourney.. sewer ProjectNew


Dawn, an outstanding and the Royals from also had home run.Norman's straight win of the tournamentover KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -A
a has
special meeting been set
Savannah,
Tournament Set softball (team from Satellite Jacksonville Beach were downed the Todd Oil from for Monday, 'July 14, at 7:30::
Day SaturdayFor Ga. Barbara Koontz providedthe
Beach, took( top honors over third.Norman's. Gat ore!IPS of Jacksonville 10-3 which at the Keystone heights
I hit with a double p.m.
big
second host Norman'sFarm shut out the
place Sandra
in their second outing. and Barbara city hall to give a new group,
in the 3rd annual Jacksonville Stars 16-0 for scored one run
Norman went 3-for-4 at the
Starke Country Clubbers Women's Slow Pitch Softball their first win of the tour plate and Vicki Overman had scored the winning run on a hit. the Keystone to air their Rebels opposition I11I)1'etime )toKeystone's
Violet Kendall.
Tournament at Westside.Park nament. Vicki Overman ledNorman's a home run. by handed Normans proposed 11hCWl'r ('\\'
Dawn
New
this weekend. with three hits,
past on a In a close 2.1 decision .
A Tournament Day for Golfers start activity at 10 set.At 4p This.m.is a driving a switcheroo contest in is Norman's finished second home run. Cathy Blackburn Norman's/ took its third their game first in defeat Norman's in a tight fourth 6-4 Rebels system., led by t their

members only is set at the a.m. with a one club champ- New Dawn nuthitNorman's president, Ralph Barker
handed
golfers outing.
which
Starke Golf and Country Club ionship. One club will be used will hit right left handed and vice- 9 to 6. Cathy Black- appeared at Tuesday nights's
this Saturday, July 12, in connection over the entire 18 holes from Unbeaten Gulf Council mooting
versa. Fee will be one new golf Cunningham burn led Norman's with two Keystone
with the club's annual tee to green. A $5 entry fee but with many of their

meeting, according to Grover goes for prizes. Full handicapswill ball.At 5 an elimination hits.Finals( of the loser's bracket questions still unanswered at
p.m.
Howard be used. ronest is set. Entry Men's brought together Norman'sand a late hour, the delegation
It is the first time the women's From 11 am.blind to 2 p.m. a chipping fee is again one new golf ball. Leads Softball PlayCunningham the Jax Beach Royals. agreed to come back for moreon
will be triedin partners '
tournament day
Monday.
out 14
dinneris The host team pounded
At a Bar-B-Q
7
p.m. -
tournament is set. A $5
with the annual entry
connection
for adult members of Gulf is keeping perfect 5-for-5 performance at Randy Thomas led the team hits to take an 11-1 decision in
on tap before the discussion
If successful, it fee will be charged for the 18 Just closing!; -
meeting. may holes. the club. At 7:30: p,m. the the top charts with i perfect 6- the plate, hitting a pair of solo as he had a perfect 4-for-4 which Susan Trieste and Vicki Mayor. Raymond
become an annual affair, says is scheduledin o record in Men's Recreational home l Hdrdee followed the solo Overman each had three hits.
Howard. A junior's flag tournamentis annual meeting runs. Terry night at plate, one Starnes said the council had)
set from 2-3 for golfers which the club memberswill Softball play' bombing behind Bennett as he hit home run. The other solo Norman's challenged New boon considering this PI'oj'tlor
Activities begin Saturday at 17 of age p.m.and under. It is elect a new slate of officers i First Methodist 21-1 last 4-for-5, with a one solo home homers! were hit by L). Johns Dawn again and suffered their three and ,not one)
with round robin years years
a
9 a.m. in four inning
Thursday night a of 13-
tennis tournament for persons a nine hole tourney. and a new board of direc- run.Dodd's and H, Gilpm. second defeat by a score person in the audience CUT
; game. Norman's ahead 9.8
tors. Sunoco rolled 20.11 SluthtlcliCunningham 9. was
15 years of age and over. A $3 Cunningham's!; bats were hot of the seventh appeared to protest' or ask!
the until the
past Hippies during the Gull' Green top
li-0.
fee will be charged with ..#11..4. oot '4Yad !) questions. "The time to express -
entry L. t ""I < > > as they slugged three home New Dawn
second when
game Thursday nightas Maching7-l, Dodd Sunoco 3-3, inning l before
yourselves was
all monies going for prizes for ,/ runs olf of 26 base hits. Ricky scored to tie the .
followed
(they up with three Brooker 2-4,Smith & Brown 2- one run game.Norman's '
is set the city, "spent' 'nearly
The
winners. tourney led the team with a
errr Bennett failed to in
home score
and
? runs 20 base hits. 5, First Methodist 15. "
Starnos said. "I
Irom 9 a.m. until noon. of the seventh and $100,001)( ) ( )()
At 1 p.m. a tennis rally con- ""r,...R'.JaiiIf1 ";1r""f'I "Iil't! ,!rnL'"N!" the the bottom ganfe went into extra think the council has used
test is set between doubles New Dawn 'scored l good judgment and has lean
Mobile Homes innings.
above hoard in this matter.
partners.
four for a 13-9 lead in
runs
Their interest lies In Keystone
.
., Ii
the top of the eighth and I 11'ighl8l1ml its de\clopmenl,"
ROLLING OK For CityTwo \Norman's: again lailed to the mayor added.
score. Norman's outhit New
WHEELSFriday d, k applications for place. Dawn 19-12. but had loo many
ment of mobile homes on lots errors to keep \New: Dawn -SCHOOL
in Starke were approved by Irom scoring.
night at the North
Florida Speedway in Lake the City Zoning Board at its FQ- Trophies were presented to 1711
City, Gene Sellers totaled his regular meeting Monday the I first, second, and third
new Car No. 35 when his accelerator night, and two denied. place teams. Individual You probably don't hive
stuck and he hit the Approved were the petitionof trophies were presented to the to worry, about huvilll"uphu'
wall twice to put the car Wiley Sweat for mobile champions and runners up. plu.Uhi. It means lear nfIviirninti.
straight on its nose beforeit home on E. Geiger Road near Norman's: : Farm travels to and 'I'.w people who
up
finally settled on its top. ,, the old city limits line, and y., Orlando this weekend to hud it would read Hun I to
that of James Sewell for compete in a 16 team invitational learn the meaning of the
Sellers was taken to the No. 35 was totaled when It nipped end over end Friday placement of unit on Lot 7 of hn tournament. word.
hospital for a check but was night at the North Florida Speedway at Lake City. Block 16 N. Reno Subdivision
released with scratches and
- - '
"
bruises. i I'd say he's one lucky located on N. Oak Street. :

fellow, plus one darn good Team Of Smith Fairchild Lead Rejected were the applica- ,
built car kept him from J. tions of J.D. Odom for mobile +p J & J Contractors
home on lot at the intersectionof _
serious injury.As Half way through the 6908; 6)) Powell-Bryan 8-12- Pratt SI and Lake St.,
I went to the hospital session the Starke 6905 7)) Silcox-S.Smith 7-13-
summer ; northeast of the Pratt Street Cement And Masonry
with Gene (He's Lydia'shusband Thursday Night Mixed 6628; 8)) Hamilton-Roberts 5- Playground, and the application _
) I missed the rest of Doubles finds the J.Smith and 15-6226 of Elda Gerkins for Charles Ellis Is awarded the Special Achievement All Work Guaranteed
the race. I understand that Fairchild in the lead while the The team high series is still mobile home on Lots 1 and 2, Award by Howard A, BUsh, lower chief at the Gainesville ,
No.; Circle 3 driven by A.C. teams of Howard and Petrella held J. Smith-Fairchild at '
by Block 27, Temple's Addition, Airport.
!Morrow finished second No. and Brown and StanwixHayare 1918 with single game high of located at the southeast inter- Free I No
18 driven by Estle !Morrow tied for second.A section of W. Brownlee St., Charles Ellis RecognizedFor I
672J. ,
finished third and No. 39,
big move was made by the Smith leads the men and North Grand St. i, I
driven by Wayne Alldredge, team of Hardy and Flynn scratch series set at 561 with A.H. .Charney) Williams, Service Estimate Obligation
linished in fourth spot, Outstanding
during the position play and Charlie Flynn next at 550. newly appointed member,
I'd like to thank each and are only one out of is held Bill
t they game High game by attended his first meetingwith
every one who donated to the second place. Powell at 209 and Grover the board Monday night.I Charles W. Ellis, of lie: has been assigned to the
son Mr. '
fund for Gene and his totaledcar ,TEAM STANDINGS ? Howard with a 208 V'vJr.4isme .(idinotrt,ille ,Air Traffic ,j Gun. .4.13-2gURrw
'and
Mrs.o'red( W. Ellis U>fLake i
and for all the kind and ,
1)) J. Smith-Fairchild 16-4- Bill Powell leads single! .IT .{ Geneva, trol ('('ntl'l' since Fl'br'u.II'Yto ,
was recently
thoughtful people who offered 8973;;2)) Howard-Petrella 12-8- game with handicap at 227 1l! : .1 II
their best wishes and 7112: 3)) Brown-Stanwix-Hay followed by Grover Howard -1t. Old) f*_ presented' a Special,
trj Achievement Awurd his
thoughts. 12-8-6807; 4)) Hardy-Flynn 11-9- and Dudley Hardy at 224. High If lor
See you next week. 7827;5)R. Roberts-Davis 9-11- series with handicap! for.the service as an Air Controller at r------------I
the Gainesville Airport.
men belongs to Charlie: I b7Li ,
lynn
/ The award was presented to
at with J. Smith at 588 and John Brown's
595
LADIES him by Howard A. Bush I I II
STUDENTS MEN'Si.EVI'S Ray Stanwix-Hay at 581. tower chief, and was commended
Fairchild holds
Sally high

Largest Selection and Size Range In South series high game for the at gals 177.at Her 476 high and / service Ellis is to for a the native his flying outstanding of Gainesville public. I MOBILE HOME CENTER: I II


BOOTS: Tony Lama, Justin, Frye Texas, Dingo, Acme and games honors and for the handicap gals at hold 219 and the "They say every dog thinks except for his senior .
MahanSHIRTSPanhandle of high school, which ho I I II II
Larry year
602. Yvonne Smith is second his master is the Almighty Hwy21
I Slim, Karman, Larry Mahan, Hang Ten, completed in ISMiOat the Bradford -
with a 455 series and 173 high hence the popularity of dogs.
473-3775
County High School in
Levi) Roper Keystone Heights
of
Handicap high 209
American and Resistol game Starke. I .
HATS: Stetson I
and 563. Judy Flynn has third
HORSE: Saddles,Halters, Bits Blankets, Bridles, Grooming
is
and tied
high series at 440
Supplies etc. with Melba Howard for third

Master Charge and BankAmerlcard Welcomed place Howard scratch is in 3rd at 160.place Melba with : pEWL L tLo 11 12&24 II I
i
Little Dude Western Store handicap at 202 and lied with I BI il'l
Gale Smith in the series plus

902 South Edgewood Avenue handicap at 532. EE ,It ',!I

Jacksonville. Florida 384-1210 * I Wides I I

Monday Thru Friday: 9 A.M. Til 9 P.M. Asking the question is II --.--

Saturday: 9 A.M. Tile P.M. '3158.73'I I! the much right easier answer than finding BY NEIL CRAWFORD I John saYs -_ I II III


# Patty and certainly had an on US-3U1.
enjoyable trip to the I understand W. T. Smith I I II
Bahama's but there is no and Harold Branham fished II COME IN TODAY AND ORDER II
place like home. Santa Fe a few nights ago.
This was Patty's first trip Understand they found the I YOUR HOME I II
ATTENTION ADULTS out of the Good Old USA. I bass had lock jaw. This is TO YOUR OWN

think every one should make a typical of Santa Fe Lake.
trip outside the USA. then they The hot weather has slowed I SPECIFICATIONS I II II

would see what a "Great" the action down some but you .
Country we are living in just have to work harder in
EARN YOUR Bradford Bassmasters locating the bass. Fishing I Beautiful 12 & 24 Wides With Decor & I II II
voted to hold the July tournament shallow shorelines during
on Santa Fe Lake next daylight hours on hot summer Furnishings To Please
Friday July 18. This will be days just won't work when you I I II
another night tournament, are seeking Old Big !Mouth. He "
HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAG.E.D. beginning at 7 p.m, sharp and might move into the shallows

July ending 19.at 9 a,m. Saturday, after temperature dark or cools when off.the water 1 Your Complete Mobile Home' I I II

It will be the last tournament Old Big Mouth is a tough
of the 74-75 season, customer to deal with Spring. 1 .
Examination will be given I would like to see a hundred Summer or Fall. By the time I Sales Repair Center ,
percent turnout! lor this Hawg you feel you have learned his
Hunt. number, then he leaves his 1
September 8 1975 at Bradford-
Boats will launch at the phone off the hook. I

Union Area Vo-Tech Center. county Fe. landing on Little Santa All fishermen forget to and renew-Jsoaters.don't }your, I AWNINGSSKIRTINGSCREEN, ROOMS 1 1L

We have several fishing license and register PATIOS & DRIVEWAYS .

Bassmasters who are jour boat. .

Registration for High School top threatening six; only to your move presencecan into the - - -, -

Review is now being accepted. We make have this some happen.fine Hawg'

: This course will help fulfill the Hunters in this club. No one
requirements Bassmaster is assured of his Last MinuteINSPECTION *

for taking the G.E.D. ranking until after the fish are
weighed in at 9 a.m. July 19.

I Examination and will also be of Charles "lUwg Hunter" r
Durkee landed a 12 pound bassat

value in passing. Other academic Kingsley Lake a few days ,S AYS
To show
ago. you the kind of .
courses are offered. :These classes sportsman Mr. Durkee is, he I
:. took pictures of the Hawg
,- then released him. Charles (
Veterans -
I are Approved.
has landed five bass at

Kingsley this summer that / l We Will Need An
would go over 10 pounds. Additional 1
It might be a good idea to
For further information
call 964-
take head count July 18
:il 6150. because Charles might launch
his boat at Kingsley

t I The next club meeting will Week To Get ,Ready For Youmilgi
be July 13 at 7:30: p.m. at the .
county civil. defense building _


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Bruno, Waters Nominated

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For Development Authority


STAKKE Arthur M. Bruno Bruno is a veteran of one county's bicentennial
Hampton grocery man, andJames term on the BCDA and agreedto celebration in other action at
Waters, former serve again, Executive the Chamber meeting San-
Lawtey groceryman, have Vice-president John Myers ders, chairman of the County
been nominated for terms on told the Chamber governorslast Bicentennial Committee, said w airs
the Bradford County Thursday, July 3, Waters the first activity locally will be U
Development Authority by the will be serving his first term a flag ceremony and openingof .
Board of Governors of theStarkeBradford Both nominations must be a Bicentennial office fn the ,d I. ._, : "' n \N. x rt .r
County approved by the Governor old courthouse at the end of 7 I. .,1 r Kr ) ? t tG'
Chamber of Commerce. August.; : net
BCDA requirements are ,fir r
that a member be appointed Next July ((1976)) an old- '
from each voting district. fashioned festivalcelebrationand
county fair is plannedover 4' .. 1a f'J
'BumperMelon Bruno will represent District 5 ov deg
and Waters Dist. 1. Waters the weekend of the 1asu }. 5 d '
)
was named to replace Lawtey Fourth, Judge Sanders says. y.,, s a 9
poultryman Arthur Gaskins Festivities will begin Friday Y {t
who declined another term. afternoon, go on all day w 4
The present terms of Bruno Saturday, and be capped ply. :
and Gaskins expire in August. Saturday night with a big
semi-formal
Members of the 1975 Calf square dance. A
YearBROOKER Scramble Committee were ball, with dress from the
announced at the July 3 period of the Declaration of
meeting of the Chamber of Independence, is also planned -
.: With their Committeemenare Prizes will be awardedthe I.
"best ever" season virtually governors.Harold Davis finance most authentic costumes.
A1.;
ended, Brooker area water- chairman;, Ray Norman
melon growers finally have activity chairman, and
time to take a break and count members Warren, Carver; Hot, HumidSummer
their profits from a deal that George Huggins, Greg
brought them more than half a Alvarez, Bobby Allen Bobby Weather
million dollars in gross Lowell Parrish and Helen Trnxis ,Alvarez
,
Taylor, Faye Newman Waters Kelly lleape
Members of the Bradford High Class of 1959!) who attendedthe
revenue from an estimated 12 Terry Reedy. Hard On PlantsThe Shi Smith. Third row: I>hilliplobII'Y.: Blalne Thompson.
reunion First I
million of melons sold. June 2H were: row ( -rt Mary Agnes
pounds Calf Jim Arthur
The upcoming Matthews Ferguson, Judy Ilroughton. Charlene Dennis Dudley (Hardy Sammy'arn'n. llollingsuortli
For once, all factors worked Scramble is set for October 4. Dodd.lanrlceOverstreetGerald. (;n lIl'Y. Fourth rowin: -
Ann Elder Durban, Ski Anne Smith Shinier Sandra
together in the growers' favor. Sanders humid weather of Chesser Itolaml Stern
Judge Elzie hot Charlene Hardy Francis, Frances fred! Tomlinson Tom Tatuin Kandy )buns
Carmichael
Weather conditions were near for the months may be llarley Whitehead. Kobrilhiteheail.. Fifth : Hilly
reported on plans the summer A. row
Kbrl. Second Brenda Martin
Landrum Taylor,Janet Zike ; row:
ideal, in spite of being a littleon disastrous to many plants \Dampier, Armand Rivers Calvin Pace Jim llobhs. Tom
Watson Tat Humphries, Linda Gaskins Norman
the dry side in early Florida Nurserymen and Slallings John Alien Shade). Charlesbitebead, and Franklin -
says
Platt Releases Elizabeth Prevail Perry Geraldine Fender Tomlinson.
spring; yield was above Association n.l'IeI.l'ndon! )
Kitcli. ( by
Growers photo
Dorothy Masters Starling, Joan Campanella Watson, Alice
average, and prices held Statement (FNGA). Fungi, insects, and
steady throughout, the season on deficiencies ravage your
starting with a high of around6'r ornamental plantings. What
cents a pound and hardly Dredge Section"At can you do?
ever dropping below 4 cents
This season's volume of 12 Those plants that are
'million pounds was just about noon Sundar' July 6, the suceptible to fungus disease
double last year's estimated stern the Trail should be sprayed
yield of 6150000. Pricewise, Ridge dredge submerged periodically with a good
this season's average of 4.75 unexpectedly," Ken Platt, fungicide: One of the best
cents per pound was almost plant manager of DuPont'sTrail fungicides to use is Fore. It is
double last year's 2Vij' cents Ridge and Highlands available at most garden
per pound average. operations, said yesterday in supply stores and if used
Market manager Bob Allen u statement to The Telegraph. correctly, will not produceany J '
described it as the "best "This occurred during our burn. o 4j 1811'v }
overall season ever" at the normal summer outage for c
Brooker market with good. maintenance constructionwork Insect control is somewhat a ? a
returns from cucumbers, and the dredge was not difficult. The summer rains ar
squash, and pepper, as well as in operation at the time," wash off the insecticides.
melons. Complete returns on Platt said. Marine specialistswere When insects chew part of the
yield and receipts'from all called in from Jacksonville leaf, they are not controlled
j crops are not yet available. and repairs are being because the pesticide has not
made at this time. Platt said a persisted. One method of
fuller explanation of cause of insect control is to utilize a
the mishap should be avail- minimum amount of fertilizer ,
((4
301 I able when the stern section is The new growth will be i :
raised. less and, therefore, the plant
"There will be no adverse will be less susceptible to
effects upon DuPont's customers insects.
r RIVE I Il while repairs are Deficiencies of plants result
being made" Platt said, from an inadequacy of the
"since the company's In- trace elements. The most
Fri & Sat ventory position is sufficient common deficiencies are iron

to assure a steady supply of and manganese. These two kins Stalling. Doyle Oriffis. Sonia Hunter Seigler, John D.Davis. .
who attendedthe
of
Land That Members) of the Bradford High Class lose!
The "
; be \\hitehead Om'don111'11., lUchaid
purchasedin
l our products. materials may reunion'June 28 were l-r): Brenda Lewis Farnsworth. Margie Bishop
separate compounds for ('sin. Penman Roberts Lane Jackson Milma Tanner (Hicks.
Time Forgot* follow the Linda Kay Sale GilliiiRham,Carole McKae! Shields Franct's'Zacek Tanner,. Twin
>Frank
application.,Always Ann Lewis AlvareYonda Starling Stephens Travis!! ?Wmidsv i'W'illiamsy{ liaroy .
directions carefully when Juanita Betty Stalnaker ,Adams Huby Johnson. !Mary Lou Ed-, Jackson. Kill llelsabeck.t, John Stephens, Hike''Ited.lish.' j
FLORIDA chemical or Kills.: Kill Bessent. ."' ffi '!. Sonnv,
any
applying
turned), Pat
head
PLUS wards Black. Harriet Powell Bryant) ( tihwsrni tiePtitpp plolo !
.
I element to plant material. Too Anderson Pike, Linda Smith llildebran Kathleen Conway. Jimmy I.aw"on.'a (<< by K.P.
much can easily injure the McLendon: )
DestroyAll l'Ooegel\lcNl'il.! Dolores Cloversettle Dumpier, Janice
Mary
THEATRE plant.produce Too the little results.will fail to Conner Joiner, Virginia Erwin llewett, Margaret Ann DinEnjoy Million To DieDr.

MonstersSun Good growing practices are George Rosemond, President, oft the' American Ctumr

Fri & Sat deficiencies the best warfare, insects against, and America's200th BHS Classes Of ', says lung rnncir deaths lire increasing/ nf 11 ftrim
Mon & Tues
that is especially girls and women who me ln'ing
disease. A plant Birthday among
1 Girls FromThunderstrip CHARLES BRONSONINBREAKOUr maintained in a healthy stateof And 1960 Meet into tobacco addiction, by attractive (hut stupid)
growth is better able to .
Some 1)0 1; ()former classmates Attorney about cigarettes.Currently
resist these problems says and and their spouses attended Gainesville acted fifty out of every ]00.00011111 lire dying/: each

Growers Florida Nurserymen Association reunions of the 1U5\) and 1 HltiO!)( ceremonies for from lung/ cancer and, Rosemoml says ?four out of five

PLU A COLUMBIA PICTURES RELEASE & (FNGA). In order to assure a r graduating( classes of Brad- 19W.salesman Jimmy \\ them ore being killed by cigarettes. The rate for girls
A B/VI8TA FEATURE IO good growth you need to begin lord Starke High School Golf on and June 211 at auto ceremonies for women is lower but is! fast t catching/ with the male
the Country
YOU KNOW ABOUT SEX. with a high quality plant. Let Club 1969.! !) rate

NOW LEARN ABOUT LIFE. PLUS your select nurseryman the best quality help you for 45; members of the class of The The 1 ACS: says 81,000() Americans stricken with the dread

l planting. .Iy HltiO!()(() and 42 members of the graphs are by this year (of n i total of 91,000))) will die. Those; fig/:

PosseSun Lawns like other plants are class of 1'JVI\ \ were present to HP, McLendon, : are increasing o.ieheiir. not liectuiso! nuny luivu't
in need of At this time of. renew acquaintances and Call Street () have but, h there
; "hebapp care. about those old smoking, for million; 'l'IIUM'( tile
reminisce :
r Mon & Tues year insects may invade your rule d In Photos can be and more people and ninny new snuders,, .
golden vs.
carpet and completely The United States Bicen for an 8 X 10. \\ anyway"A '
oolr&rH green eliminate it before you know tennial Celebration is official Class members, spouses specify whether ; \ ,Also lung/: cancer chanc'os\ increase: ; \\ itli I longevity/: of I the

\ Blazing Saddles what is happening. One of the ly underway now and will and dates ale a buffet style or 10.! !) mid, I the big increase in smoking, in lIe past! forty or

o =i M I a biggest problems that you run through Dec.historic 31,period 1976., dinner for the food but there as most was seemed no rush to years means mum me\ /.">inK( into thi,it' ihirtittli or
may encounter is ths sod During this .
iet h
with Vl'lIrs.Be
be too busy catching up
webworm and like armyworm. designated by Congress to
the of their classmates
America's news
Watch for gray moths commemorate
the late in 200th anniversary, thousands One graduate Margaret
\Hying over grass
SPECKLEDBUTTER and events, including Ann Dinkms Stallmgs who
the evening. These moths lay of activities
of the
eggs which hatch into worms a Presidential election works in .1 Gainesville print one
of each
made
that devour the grass. Wormscan will be scheduled. shop pictures \
and tourism will class member from the t
be controlled by applying Travel
SUMMER the Bicentennial. yearbook. Graduates wore ,,.Jrbn
one of several insecticideson highlight
any
their
BEANS 29 the market. When rain Hundreds of tour packages are high school picture to New
assist in identification, and it
.PRODUCE showers wash away the being. created to help Americans
material you will need to discover the heritage( of was a big help in many cases.
Graduates from faraway
a came as
in-depth.
/ 1 spray again.. their country as Michigan and Minutemen.
/ '
\t\ "Ah, what's to
California for (the Kith reunion
of the class ol '6e and 17th of It shouldn't hate
'7t p the class of '51.I \). your usual work

SILVER ; IS THE ,PARTY OVER?

QUEEN t. I IF CUSTOMERS( (Thousands)

There's no getting around the fact that your high

CORNPURPLE school years are some of the best you'll ever have. Good ARE WHAT YOU WANT. .

friends, good times, lots of laughs. Maybe even a little

learning. But now that you're graduating,you really have 't
Then You Need To Take Your f
>1 HULL to decide, "l''s the Party Over?" ,Nl

5 For some of your classmates, it probably is. They'll Items To.
.
settle into jobs that aren't going anywhere and that's

PES4L88100OKRA where they'll sit. With their memories.
WALDO FARMERS
l."' r But if you want to go places in life, you can. And

there's one job that can start you out on the right foot
FLEA MARKET
better than any other we know of. The Marine Corps.' &

$100Pound After boot camp you'll get top notch training in a

3 specialized' career. The kind of top notch training only

Lbs. the Marines can give you. They have over 400 different 1 2 Mile N. on U.S. 301 Waldo, Fla.

; Buy By me Jobs and if you qualify, you can take your pick. Jobs

or Bushel like Air Traffic Controller. Telephone Technician, Air-
craft Mechanic. Even Criminal Investigator. Jobs that To Rent A Stall- Call Today's Arms National l Guardsmen arc like America*
first Minutemen Civilians.! Men and women ready to prllh..1the
I FRESH BRADFORD VEGETABLES offer you a challenge. Excitement. And a real future,
GET YOUR good things about America And you can be unit ol'them,
WHILE THEY ARE IH! in or out of the Marines.If You can learn a trade.earn extra pa'. ,

-t you think you've got what it takes, a job in the ((904)4682255OPERATING ) help the country and community,A Em

Marines is a good place to start. Call now for more great ppportunity for veterans ttx). It \ >
NA'WVUU.
Norman's Farm Information. be the ,most
I !may : important part-time O- RD .
I t EVERY FRIDAY t SATURDAY 1 job in America. j

, );' Produce Market ((904)) Collect 377-3245 SSG John W., Hersey, ; ff


J Y a.YM, ;1.AY. 617 N. Temple Avc. j j9646O71 ((800)) 423-2600 or Toll Free BEGINNING JULY 18th Go. DMaintenance.( ) 53d,Spt., ,Bn. ,.r t.rJuly t

Open Mon-Sai The Marines are looking for a few good men. 720 Edwards Rd., Starke, Fla. >hon. 964-6320 /If>
< Thru July 24 i ii54iai"


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Carl L. Johns Robert Chevrolet Impala 4 Dr's. Ps, Pb,AC,V8

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'
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would like to invite SHORTS & TOPS ..
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Oldsmobile Delta 88 4 Or One Owner With

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HOMES. Reg. 65' 20 Off
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Now $340, N. Temple 964-5899 "FOR SALE: New 75 24x60 3
Ream bedroom, 2 full bath, full 45 Brazier75e
carpet. Total eectric. Haute
Legal Size J Car Is Over 2 Years Old type, window, den, s/glass f$$
door. MUSTANG: MOB LE <
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$420 Hose : New 73 2
Bedroom, 24x56, 2 bath E1,
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Ream mobile'home. White panel, Or Cheese
Replacing Before blue & gold carpet. Custom
built cabinets. MUSTANG ri
55C With Coupon
MOBILE HOMES.
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Bath Deluxe All The Way.

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By The Case ((10 ) FOR SALE: 75 Repo. 60x24 3 ALL GO it
A BROKEN HOSE BR, 2 Bath. Total Electric. 4 DAIRY QUEEM'
ton A/C. A Real Good Buy.
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1 0% Off On All Window Starke'Jacksonville and Jacksonville Beach is the Edward Groves and David Woodard with Robert Pat- Friendly Service From
I most diversified business in our trade area. terson doing Gas Service.

Q00 President of Sawyer.Siade is J.C. Sawyer ... Mr. Gwen Thornton Carlea Todd and Pat Baldwin take
i Air Cond. In Stock $15 V Sawyer is represented( in Starke by E.L. Norman.Mr. care of the office bookkeeping,assist in sales and mer- Winklers Electric
Prices Start As Low As chandise ordering.Clint Waltrip is mainly concernedwith ,
.Sawyer and Mr.Norman have adapted a seasonal appliance sales and service.Mr. .
I 5RWYER5LRDEHPPLIRNCE business to a dynamic year round, fast moving oper-
ation. The Air Conditioning and Heating section of .Sawyer has provided the trade area with a team Inc.
i Sawyer-Slade is operated by Lynn McRae and Gene of professionals to provide the customer with the very
Murphy. The Electrical Repairs and Installation is best service and products at competitive prices. 234 N. Temple 964-7596
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I Starke Was Basking In Limelight





Of'p National Publicity- In 1941 IF !_ r r E__ ,



Camp Blanding and at their will leave too. For a South

Starke was in the national "'bl.. own new $25 million Naval AirBase which needs the tools and : i,

limelight back in February of The city's bank factories of modern industry, 4LL J

1941, with the construction of "1S clearings topped $1 billion last abandoned dance halls will ; rtf

Camp Blanding, on the east 'it to' year for the first time since solve.no problems. 'f,
side of Kingsley Lake, turningthis "' the Florida boom of the 20's. ?" -

area into a typical "boom 1'1I1t Old residents complained that In McCall's magazine, the : \
town" that attracted the attention author of "Boom Town Pw
cooks and maids
Negro ,
national U.S.A.," speaking of Starke/
of many ,
whom they had paid $4 to $7 I
magazines and newspapers. Under the heading, per week, were quitting to says:
"Defense Boom in Dixie "
and work for families of Army and "Down close to the Caribbean -
Time, the news weekly, Time said:
McCall's both devoted con- Navy officers at $10 to $12 per Starke, Fla. embodies'

siderable space to Starke and "In Florida, 15,000 men week. The "sporting houses" mathematical problems "of --

and the most were throwing up a tentcityat : of Jacksonville's drab humans and defense. Normal -. V.' '--
Camp Blandmg 4 : -
searching article of all appeared Camp Blanding (for 75,000 Houston Street expanded their population 1,500; construction

in the Saturday soldiers). on a flat stretch of personnel by 200 girls. workers 18,000; army coming i

white sand 48 miles from 60,000; distance to nearest
Evening post.Colliers Jacksonville.Some Into such ,spectacular activity large city 46 miles-and that is

,,. sober minded -
a magazine that Jacksonville, which >lis
3,500 of the workmen Southerners could read little preoccupied with defense
died several years ago a
poured into Starke (normal long-term meaning. The boom ''
because of the high costs of of its own.
population 1,480)eight) miles money poured out for con-
publishing, carried some J_ I
"I think Starke must ,
from the camp. Starke's rents struction of the camps made a have ,
beautiful color photographs of
jumped from $19-$25 per mighty splash in boarding been a very pleasant villagenot _

Kingsley Ulandmg Lake scenes and other and month to $50-$60. A homeless houses, restaurants, saloons, very long ago. It has some' : .1-!:: .wLwwk
characters in its .
leading
her boss
waitress paid $5 a movie houses dance halls, \Ib
would
that Starke .
predicted '
week to let her sleep in filling stations' and ice-crean: company of older residentswho 5 : 'r __
grow to be a city of 30.000. The have been ,
might figuresin
restaurant kitchen, and land stands. But once the campsare
article said that past experience -
around the which built the will be a mildly amusing play about
once jobs
camp gone.
had shown that every the sleepier, colder part .of Newly remodeled In the early 30's In Tennessee, this Plggly
sold for
$15 an acre began
two soldiers in a military selling for $15 a front foot. Soldiers' payrolls will keep Florida: the young mayor Wiggly store opened its doors in 1917 with the new self service

camp would attract one new retail trade bouncing along who was unexpectedly electedto supermarket approach a new innovation from Piggly

civilian worker or shopkeeperto Jacksonville's merchants but if and when the the boom; the leisurely Wiggly. (Photo courtesy of Piggly Wiggly Corporation,Jacksonville

( the nearest town cashed in on payrolls both at emergency ends, the soldiers editor of the clever local Florida.)

paper, making more money,
but having less fun; and the

hearty, good-looking Evelyn Wiggly Originator ChangedThe

editorial.. ....... .... ...... ...... ... .. ........ .......... .. ... ... .... ...... ,... Stephens, secretary of the Piggly

local Chamber of Commerce.

"It's a wonderful thing for Look of Grocery Business

Starke that Mrs. Stephens
Bicentennial Coins- arrived before the building of

Camp Blanding did. That was Piggly Wiggly, which will When the shopper com- would be remembered. Resulting changes provide,

not planned economy-it was open a new store in the Starke pleted a trip through the new In addition to revolution- today's shoppers with 'mer-.

Eagerly AwaitedEven luck. She came from Plaza on July 23, was foundedin store, there was a new institu- izing the selling of groceries, chandise that is attractively
well as being
Oklahoma with her awaiting-the "check- packaged, as
grown Memphis, Tenn. in 1916 by tion Piggly Wiggly's introductionof
children because she liked the the late Clarence Saunders, stand," a counter' where self-service also caused carefully preserved to prevent

Spanish moss. But she had the originator of self-service shopping baskets were revolutionary changes in the lack of freshness and spoilage.'

lived in Oklahoma near Fort grocery merchandising. A unloaded, purchases totaled, manufacturing and packagingof The fostered increased the Piggly competition Wiggly.
Saunders sacked and change made. Up Under self- by
food
Sill during the last war and flamboyant figure, products. founder has raised immeasur-
designed and built a grocery to this time the necessity for service, the burden of sale
with the
knew how to cope the qualityof foods offered
such fixture had not existedin ably
store that astounded the industry a was removed from the clerk
situation. She managed to for sale in the nation'sfood
.
other store.
and brought cries of any and shifted to the manufacturer -
Chamber of stores.
the only
organize derision from veteran gro- A means of regulating
of seifser"vice
introduction
The
Commerce in Florlda- No clerks to serve and enforcing stan-
cerymen. Mr. Saunders chose an quality also brought about a
probably in the world-that customers-it was unheard unusual name for this store- dards of manufacturing was the grocer's pricing
tells tourists to stay available. Some old change in
away.kl. of! Piggly Wiggly. There are then methods. Overhead costs

She ignored the town's old Saunders' astute merchandising many theories as to his reason store-keeping practices disappeared -' decreased and it was possible
for choosing the name, and overnight since
know-how reduce the prices -
motto "Home of the sweetest to previously
,
refused to purchase
Saunders reluctant shoppers
was curiously -
revolutionized the selling of charged. More people
strawberries this side'or foods that not fresh or
to explain the origin.. He were
groceries. The format of could buy more merchandise,
Heaven," and rolled up her modern supermarkets is wanted a name that would were not handled in a sanitary and the key to supermarket

sleeves to start dealing with based on his Piggly Wiggly catch the public fancy, that manner. success was provided the grocer

the biggest headaches this plan of self-service. in the form of high volume

side of Washington. Up to date and low markup
she has placed 3,500 people In The first Piggly Wiggly Saunders" merchandisingplan

private homes,, anlt.. tpday. store had no "counters: "' CountyAgent*.,._ .. .By. .i put > into effect through
almost every house in Starke"is ;\ >Shelves "were""open to.Oth. """ "fl Awr" .*. ,. ._ ','t;:"'l'" 'v, the I irst self-service food
: who furnished n | j r: ..
has
a boarding house., shopper was bb Y store- PigSly W iggly- '
''with a basket at the entranceto Notebook become a major contributionto

The town of 1,500 has fill as pleased. Merchandisewas Tavlar the grocery! industry

jumped to more than 5,000 not plainly tagged with its whereby it was led into a new

counting a surrounding 4,000in price.. Shoppers found no needto era Ills aggressiveness and
trailers wait for clerks to serve farsightedness continues
tourist camps, or
them. A further advantagewas and What do these figures meanin
worse; nor 1,800 to 2,000 men Due to shortages high (today' In modern I'iggly
that shoppers were exposed prices of inorganic or relation to the dollar valueof Wiggly stores.Correctional,
in construction barracks of
to all merchandise that chemical fertilizers, poultry a ton of broiler manure?! An
the contractor, where ex- the store had to offer. manure has become a average t ton would contain

pullman porters change the .... ................... .... .. valuable and importantsource about lorty pounds ol nitrogen Center
linen every day for bunk of nutrients for crop 50 pounds of phosphorous : -

occupants at 25 cents a night. fertilization It not only and 45 pounds of potash
The rest of the workers go to (VI!'ill!lE: JGJtVaJflTaJU : supplies nitrogen, phosphorous If 50 percent is available Program Aids!

greater distances to sleep and potash ( the major during the first year or application -

the Federal Reserve System is least through 1976. They are the same traveling by train or car. nutrients in our chemical you should have the The Economy

getting into the spirit of the Bicentennialwith size, weight and metallic composition as ( 0 fertilizers), but also micro- same nutrients available in
Local sewage, water, light, nutrients and several other the broiler manure that you !Men in the
the distribution this week to financial the regular 1974 coins. No 1975-dated participating
'
and phone systems have been By William Haas constituents that are would haein\ about 250 work release at
institutions throughout the countryof quarters half dollars or dollars will be overwhelmed. There are Service Officer especially beneficial on our pounds of 10-10-10 commercial Lawtey Community program

the first of three coins designed for produced by the mint, and the special serious accidents every dayon sandy soils.Poultry lerliluer. At $120 per ton for Correctional Center have

the Bicentennial observance.The Bicentennial coins will bear the date the traffic-beaten highway Veterans ol Bradford is 10-10-10> the value the first\ earned $293.525 since the

17761976.In to Jacksonville. 46 miles 'ounty are turning to their' manure vear of broiler manure would center was established in June
in our
Gl.i Bill for education especially important be at least $15 per ton However Fred Dobbins
in, 1973. ,
'first of these to be released (the awa> but there is no hospitalor area because of the large there is additional nutrients -
record numbers vocational
half dollar) was scheduled for distribu- addition to the regularly circulated iimbulance service in amount produced: annually by that would he in later selor at LCCC placement told members coun-

tion to I financial institutions this week coins, special sets of the three coins will Slarke. Even the town jail is This office has requests for our poultry (farm!. Bradlorcl years I Irom the I1I'0ilel'm.lI1l1l'e ol' I Ihe Slaike Hotar.v', Club

but have not yet been received locally. be offered in forty per cent silver inadequale to hold the six or infoimalion on education( County growers million produce broilers lecenlU
about 5 to (Ii
"proof" at $12 per set, and "uncir.culated" .seven drunks to a cell, which continually. Here is sometime
The
other two Bicentennial coinsthe annually With each broiler With liiadloid (Countv'
has often been the information I Ihe These have
quota on on top earnings
quality at $9. For more information }
quarter and the dollarare scheduled Saturday nights. There are ol I lie education I application 'genci'uting about <> toK poundsof jxiilt. u'y pi'odtu'inn( 4'itltHI:; t tons! : benefited the.economy in ut
for release before the end of the concerning these sets interested maniac total I prodta'l ion (II' m.imne at a consiivalive
year. neither enough doctors, nor IOl'm'A 22-1mll!) (), "If I least four ways Dobbins said.
collectors write to Bureau of the would bo about 20000( ) tons olhi value! ol $1 I") |XT Ion. our annual -
may enrollment i is I lor :school (if the total earned $64.4fi; has
enough cops.! 'oiler annual! I value ol t this I "waste" is
manure
The half dollar will continue Mint55 Mint Street, San Francisco ionise (on al least a i I. litTle been reimbursed to the statein
new to 1'hl''intl'r here has been &it7":>.(ooo). This is impnilanl not.
basis this document should In1 subsistence
I payments;
Calif. 96175. Our growers also have
have the face of President hut also
Kennedy on wel and cold, and some of the .submitted I I al least: all 1() dm s. but about 750: .ooo) ) lav'ITS. With mils to nioweis.( to $1\\ ,775 has been paid to

the front, as usual but the flip side will Local banks said this week that they workers came from long not fl1OIV I han I 1211) (18)5.. 'h..I lire ('ul'lllaYl'l' pi'oduc( 'ing about (bIt other 1''ulizilll4 I laimeis I the I benefits who I aie I i'OfllPl'OPI'I' now' dependents/ of the work-

take on a Bicentennial look with the had not received the special half distantcs. lured b.v the warm registration I lor advanrc 1 to HO) pounds ol air dry manuic i ol release participants? and

familiar outline of Independence Hall in dollars the yet first coin to be released. w ord. "Klot.ida.. They are not pa.v 1 incnl:' 'I his lot()'in.ilion I is per )'ear. our total. cage( I their application ciops I .ind pasluies manuieto $r:;0,826 has been spent in the

Philadelphia. as hard to please as some of impoitant lo Al'lOUI' niaiun III'olhll'l I ion is about. 2:"i community, The unspent
They are making efforts to obtain them Ihe arm' officeis' wives linaiuial I I I I piogiam! stalledNationwide $ I. Ions annually. I will discuss suggestedi : balance remains in 'the inmate's -
and to have them avail- ; ; I Ihe biggest! increase trust fund account andis
however hope
.ind
mrivnui in (III(' at'm>'-madew The composition% ol poultrmamiic >' i lime ol application
!
will in enrollment returned his
George Washington remain on the was at to him upon
within the next
lot later. .
able for their patrons consider- nops in at .Ikll.s.Area .
ildei ness w ith their families, willJiiy
front ol the quarter, but the reverse' side Ihe (iinioi' college!. level, release from the corrections
will feature week or so. hut ti good mam of them luring the same penod III'I all depending on leed. moistuic system the speaker said
the of colonial
image a alie.nl hate the place and. I lime I einollmentsm... content atfe( ol manure
drummer boy of Revolutionary War This is just one of the many Bicentennial want lo go back :Ninth.' Mis. l'III'I'I'hl'lIncl"lIl'l'i anil/ i Might I i III'l' l'l1l'l' and l\pe of litter' Students' Dobbins declared thatLawtey

days. items and programs that will be Stephens leais thai this u'UlnillAH'I'I' tlownMoi and conditions ol storage.( 'I he is the only correctional -

offered in increasing tempo from now ;\ol.thhuund; disillusionment OfvLlrx'nteI's (hill>' huie w.1to' to l Imd obtain out. Ihecomposition a On Honors List center in the state that

President Eisenhower's profile will until the climax on July 4, 1976. There is ami plumlx-rs nuivdo 'e than I 57: 1II'I'l'l'1I1 ol all thenmal analysis is I However, combines work release with

still be found the front silver considerable interest locally in hrcpaiablc :to t'ligihle vileiaifs and :scr LAKE'CITV.; Sixteen vocational courses. The local
on of the already damage! vitemtn% have used t lluir Iii!II l the omposit ion of the manure area center offers training in two
dollar, but the other side will take on a the, coins which will make enduring Florida's tourist trade. I Hill I dent Ills I lor some loim of can l 1)e estimated t I t I Ironi students are among Oi: to fields: an 835-hour course in

new look with the liberty bell againstthe mementoes of the Bicentennial and will The disgruntled newcomer* I naming/ suite I Ihe} I became> analyses that have already (|Ilia III>' for the President'sList general maintenance

background of the moon signifying ,be handed down from generation to are not waiting to return avail.ible. in I'Hid! 'I'he torn been made on similar 1"'Pl'SIII'munul'e. Lake lor the Spring Term at (heating, airconditionmg,
City
II'lIhh' for \\ oild.ir Community etc. ) and
| I ligme( a 500-hour course in
American accomplishments during our generation.All ;Ninth; to talk. 1'hl'I'1111' nOt'little College.Robert. '
I II I \ l'U'l'lInsIIS :5o). > I piricnl For example. t Ivpical brick and block masonry.
I first 200 from the Declaration of man It'l k-isised.
years, who are interested in the coins, \'II'lnOlIlH'I'al'U'I'aIlS I have' IIlIal)'lIis ol layer manure D. Royce of Starke is
Independence to the conquest of the and that; includes almost everyone. 'stooped anil disgusted |Ill'| Mil'p.ISM'd I \\ oildas I IItieians I without either averages about one of 14 students heading the Dobbins also described thecenter's

moon. \%.15 a carpenter nd had come \ I in I loial I number .Ii"l list with perfect 4.0 Community Service
averages
should keep with their favorite :2.I I percent nitrogen.( > per.cent
checking Slm'kl' from ('j'nl'innuti w ilh using\ lunelils I loi I'll II('!!(" and 2.1 maintained throughout all Program in which ,the men
phosphorous: ) per-
bank for information on their availability. his bmkl.v. 'I'hl'l'I'l' making 12.2HI.OOO compared to work at LCCC volunteei their, services
Broiler 'course
tent potash) : manure
The new coins are being released to They will add immeasurably to niont'V. all right/ but holh of :J!.:JtiiiMiiiallei!: I \\ \V I II I. ilmlv I Jll! uu\ (' 'ogs; about 27 percent Seventeen 'other students during their free time to assist
the public only through commercial 'item III I tin \\ \\ I If I ( ;il'Bill l ( with local projects. Con
increasing interest in the Bicentennial. them liad been' living in a. IK lilt rIgetl. 2,5 percent phospho- earned 40 averages for the
banks and will be released continuously I irami-iM I studied al.I tollegelev11 struction work on the Lawtey
and will be treasured now 'and in the IIltrll C'. hleepnif together a lous) 110(1 ,2.3: : ix'i't'cnl! potash. quarter and Hampton fire
'ii li the
ttimpaiid I lo piitcnlol 1 houses
throughout the Bicentennial periodat at double I bed beside
future. II good I lie \'lt't IUI It) gioup, In addition (to these" elements Area students earning :3\.75 Lawtey recreation center, and
m.mv other men sleeping/ the munuie also contains grade point average or betterto maintenance of the grounds of
Iheic on cols. Kath: of them I '('be' nionlhl.v' imvmtiu to I II most nil the other qualify for the I'residenl's the old Bradford County

I I'"id Sill week lor hoard and single! \l'Il'I'lin 'IIi I lull I I lime I nutrients essential to plant List are: courthouse are among Important -

p RIft lied. But it got cold and there MJuMIII'ulnll1j., I ( Is nou .SJTII:! () |x'rmonlln Ki'oulh in TiiiinliiieH| to maintain projects in this

weie 100 mans' other men thai I those with i I one good( growth anil developjiienl. Starke Israel Gilley. program.

.4 mili he never timid get near'Ihe: Ik'p'l1l1l'llt| gel $:tJt. and those Hobert. Gray. John A. Riley
f-P. hlllhl'lxlm.lIrlh; ; Florida ,w Ith t two or moi) 'e gel Sllill: plus1' Samuel L. Sampson and 'The speaker' said that in
wax fo.'M! ( cent of the'
: month lor t.uh adtlilional I'p per order to take
&:22!::! per Solomon. part in the work
his its I is Cyrus
mil to liking with nitrogen! Irom cage! manure
dependent over (I'woFor I Hail'ord Charles W Drake. release program a man must
unc\ >eitcd rain ami chill tillable to plants> duilng the
0
| i inlormation I be
I I on the last
more utter "'IovdIorgan; .. Homer I L. serving year of his
I lirsleur. implication
BOB G, FERGUSON JOHN. MILLERsOw \'l'u'rullsUalrll.l'unUl1 I our sentence must be eligible
I "l'll. Maike in I'Hl!)" was However I II manure with litter Vaiks.: Hobert M Pierce for
Publishers bilking In the limelight of service' oliice in' I the I mint} I horn bioilers or Ia.ers is l.lenn R. Price. William I L minimum custody have the
house,' desire
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Poet Office at Starke.. Fla under Act national( pul.licitvome of it .I. ourt \ used only ;50 I, poi'cent of the' Strand and Louis J, Williams and a for self-government
good work
*\i''a record He
of March 3., 1879 good and some of it bad-bul I nigroKen. ,34)()percent of the Lake Butler r William 'J, must also be

Subscription rata in trade area: $6 per year: $3.50 six months. all of it better than completely The people who smile often phosphoi'OUH> land most of the :McC.il! his Classification recommended Team and by
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Outside trade area: .7 per year: 4.00 six months Ignored as> a sleepv., crossroads hilmllre friends than potash is available during the It.;Keystone Thies.: Sr.Heights James the superintendent of the

Phone 964-6306 0 Starke Fla. village of 1.400& souls.> the people who frown. lirst year, center.PalO .


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HAMPTON, Ed Brooker of Eckerd's you know the prescription is right' ...and the price is right too!
Lawtey was employed by
the. Hampton City Council
Tuesday night to serve as

until marshal a new on marshal a part-time is elected basis BOTTLE OF 100 4 OZ SKEINASSORTED COPPERTONE BY 1 60 CT' ,,22" CUTPOWER

in September.Brooker BRECK COLORS GALA FAMILYNAPKINS LAWN
was appointed to BUFFERINTABLETS
4 TUBE SOLARCAINE
the$200 a month job by Mayor BK "K oz. WISPARKLE
.Charles Williamson and CONCENTRATESHAMPOO MOWER,
confirmed by the council. lie III\\IIIII\\ LOTION
has had in I WHITE WITH PRINTS With, 3 5 H P. Brings & Strut-
training law
forcement and en- YARN 1 REG.,65' EACH ton engine Adjuiiabla height,
has
served s I TYPES. LIMIT 1REG. \ 6 OZ. LIMIT ONE 2F01'a
with the sheriff's department n LIMIT ONE d 4 79' / PI'C I REG. 1.97 A '
in Duval County, he said. The REO.139 Anu
appointment was effective 0 >{A ,So aica nel

immediately.James Griffis of Starke was a0G I 1 19UFFERIN TON 11 ', I :.
awarded a contract for 109 I
complete rewiring of the
Hampton city hall at a price of j ': +r w, 1 REG
$320. r l I 124 99
The Water Works Committee -
reported that the State had I
tested Hampton's water
supply and found it to be pure .
The troublesome stray dog 1 ANTIPERSPIRANT 1.5oi .<; NATURE I II 20 CT.-20 GAL.
I BAN t \ WOODBURY
SCENT C
problem remains unsolved as 1Aawp"ie' LIMIT ONE #< s
there have been no applications 49C 128
for the position of ban ROLL-ON BATH SOAP 33. 5 TRASH BAGS KOROITEREQ I
dog catcher, and the city does DP-75.13 } \ 1 99APPROX.
not have a dog pound to put A ,

Consensus them in if they of the are Council caught. I SALLY HANSEN C S AFGHAN 28 O2'KIT TO KNIT 144REG. .. 9'xl2' C
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OR CROCHET I
III I
be
seems to that operating a SKEINS OFBLENDED I, II II 1 9
II
dog pound would be "an ex- A S/-, COLORS s PLASTIC"
pensive proposition" and 7 COMBO HOZ HAAOASNAILLRO2.UMIt(/ 11OMBOCOPPERTONE CUIICltIMOVH ''' KITS REG 6 99 DROP CLOTH REG 3JREG.
more study should be made of
the matter before taking "
action. 4 OZ SPRAY SHELL ,, BED 3 29 2
/ 09 :>
REQ. 1 37 r 1.98 42 LIMIT TWO FOR 00

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Docket VISIME Vi LIMIT'ONE OZ.' { GOLDEN TIP K TRIPLE TOP DEO. 1.S* C
BOX OF 100 '

EYE DROPS ''v. o TEA BAGS REG.99' } SERVING PITCHERPU1TIC

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On TapA

LIMIT LIMIT
YOUR CHOICE TWOQTIPS LIMIT ONE ONE PVC
heavy Circuit Court OF LIPSTICKS. EYE
docket in Bradford County for SHADOWS COMPACT,, ETC. /4 GRAINBOTTLE S LB. BAG AIRMATTRESS
the next two weeks will PAMPERSOVERNIGHT
, require the services of three TUSSY OR TANGEECOSMETIC OF 1000 WILD BIRD
. judges in an effort to "clear ,
the slate" of pending cases. COTTON
[ Judges R.A. Green, Jr. and SACCHARINTABLETS SEED
GREAT FOR
\T.A, Yawn will be assignedhere ITEMS SWABS .INFLATABLE
LAKES AND POOLS
[ next-week, with
(John J. Crews hearing Judge some REG..2 FOR.1.00 3t J pAK OF 1 70 ., ,, 12's a .*, REG'] 94? REG..69
I cases during. the week of July LIMIT ONE

I 121.I Set. for Monday, July 14, o, BIRD',
[before Judge Green Is the trialof Ae 0 y r
ISACCMWWJ
Arthur Thomas on chargesof J 19 FE Q .
| aggravated assault. 1
On July 15 Judge Yawn will WHILE aw .1 :q:
hear the case of Jack Edward ,
a :
leaves!,, also. charged;\ :with k tiL
f aggravated assault. ,.
Michael Allen Miles will be

j I i tried possession July of 16 a.for controlled unlawful is PERSONNA LMIT1: c < SWIFT'S 888FERTILIZER 771 L Ij: / KODAK POCKET 99

[,substance; and Norman 2 6 .
, ; is docketed GAILON
Easley for July 18. COMPLETE
STAINLESS STEEL .
' on charges of intent to com- el" BLADES DBLE EOGE REG LIQUID 2 29 r., 10 OUTFIT ,KIT-REG/ 31 99AMPEX
mitt a misdemeanor.Three 1 1 .!SWIFTSUlC I \
defendants, Patricia :is:::::
Carroll,Arthur Jones,Jr.,and :::::?, STEEL BLADES AND yyy ..3 PAK > 90 MINUTE BLANK
Velma Jean Covington, face SINUTAB 30 CT,, 19 !:. \ a b b 19 INCH WOODEN HANDLES j88 s .y I- TAPE REG4 99 99
trial on July 21 before Judge
Green on indictments for first TABLETS LIMITONE I \ REG ?'' / RECORDING TAPE
degree murder in the death of U1reb. I:9 li : \ HEDGE SHEARS 4 49
:
Tom Gunter
during an attempted '

trial Also of set Harry robbery for Carl July Delones in 21 Starke.is the on '' ECKERD FOAMING 59cJ"1"""" /:/ 21' INCH FOR LIMBS'RUGGED SMALL' .DESIGN REQ .F 4 4: 4 I 88 t SCRIPTO VU-TANE 933

one count of breaking and O
entering with intent to commit BATH OIL 1 1QTcTrT112 I. LOPPING SHEARS \ LIGHTER REFILLABLE BUTANE
LIGHTER REG 395
grand larceny, and one countof :::::;:::::

Sylvester grand larceny.Loll, Samuel ASSORTED i ljl ljl- !j- METAL LONG WOODEN \\t\ LLOYD'S AM/FM

McNeal. and Eugene Willis QUART COLORS C :.:.:.:.:..::.:.:.:':. r i HANDLE 33 \ 8 TRACK 99
face trial July 22 on four 5 8
counts each of robbery. Judge PLASTIC PAIL PEEK.: I LEAF RAKE REG. \ I i1 RECORD PLAYER MODEL MW1M1
'rews will preside.On 1.99 WITH TURNTABLE BIG 12995
July 24 Judge Crews will
hear the trial of Paul E.
Schultz on one count of rob
TEXAS
bery one of aggravated
assault, and one .of REDWOOD & ALUM. GAS-LAWN SWINGER !;!''I INSTRUMENTCALCULATOR'
aggravated battery .. ROOM SIZE O
REG. i
LAWN FURNITURE GRILL 12 99 ESKIMOAIR 3
EDGER '
STUKOV REDWOOD SLATS ALUMINUM d I 7 3331 3 3
'TaylorTrial FRAME FOLDS FDD STORAGE o o 777 COMPLETE 4 FUNCTION CONSTANT
Dolu.0 model Will I A 3777q miiUILT IN ALL 4 FUNCTIONS BIG B DIGIT
FOLDING CNAII; Jinked bowl 1e"nd lit IBVik.ng I COOLER i i9 99aii 9 i DISPLAY WITH ADAPTER
< gild 32< QT.
Again REG. IN SCREENED WATER PUMP WAS 49.95
1 '288 88 7888REDWOOD. ODOI pnoof AIO PURIFVINO FILTER
? REG ICE CHEST .POWERFUL SINGH SPIED MOTOR

Delayed 39 99,
FINGERTIP DEPTH AND I It
The much-postponed trial ofCarl MNOttIE cicii CONIAp tmcGj"tJl/maSIKAnON TOP QUALITY I 8 '
:
*ALUM MOLDED 2 1
Robert Taylor, 37-year- CHAISI 1 POJIIIONS ENGINE ELEVEN 2 98 8 PLASTIC IN 98 .
old white male, facing three I I REG. 99 97 APRICOT ORAVOCADO REG MODEL '
first degree murder indictments REQ 19' 3499
in the deaths>of .24 88 Tl 1500
three women in 1971, won
another delay in circuit court
here last week. .w.... FT SPINCAST'ROD .:;':;";i:, TEXAS WAS'
After "sleeping Judge R. A.on Green.Jr. it. ,e LA D IES' POLY KNIT- 88 "':::jl ZEBCO 404 WITH AND 404 LINE REEL 88 ;,nr::'::I INSTRUMENT' S993VTI2S50
overnight ASSORTED 2 :.:.:. 6 s:.:.:;{ 4488
defense attorney
granted ti:; .
Jeffrey continuance Barker's on grounds motion for that a SHORTS COLORS REG. 3.99 FISHING COMBOS AB9EG 1 & ,': CALCULATORWAS' .

additional lime would be

,anticipated necessary to testimony investigate and LADIES' 3.99 < MASK & *DS-600 5 99 T' 7 QT. FOAM ':v f c

subpoena witnesses living in 2881'rt? .399 7 7
Colorado and Texas who J
might testify that Taylor was, DECK SHOESREG. I SNORKLE COMBO IIII PARTY PORTER
elsewhere on November 30.

'committed.1971 Taylor when was the murders indicted by.were>a I I MEN'S 'WHITE PASTELS AND 2 FOR 00ECKERD'S ]:::h':::: 6 MARK INCH 1 STAINLESS FILLET-A-FISH STEEL SWEDIS 99':mh:: 5 GAL. FOLDING' ", '

Bradford County grand jury in REG 5 .GREAT 199
the Bobbie deaths L.of Turner beauty,operators 38, and DRESS SHIRTS EACH 3.99 : FILLET KNIFE LIMIT REQ I S ONE 99 11111111 WATER JUG TRAVELIREG 2 :'

Patricia Marr 22. and Mrs.Turner's .
teenage daughter; : 3M f 1 :;i' .LL LACK ft DICKItt *$ 'SREG ',
Valerie.The two older women "" o LITTLE CHIEF I tiiii : 2 POWIIPLUSCOIDUSS ," : ;
were shot to death In a beauty FAMOUS 'S 2 28 :1'188'
shop on Highway 21 between SMOKER FISH GAME l -.r. t
.
.Ke if i one--Heights- 'Melrose in the southeast tip of I
Bradford County.The girl was OFFERsssssrfis.s.sa ..
abducted .and her skeleton :% SALE PRICES.

,,an north found isolated of several Highway wooded months 16 area, later east just J In* whin wlHq r I hNR puY pAR la IMa MR IM role vW tpu1N/11I Llw Aola PAko bPid AY of Meek hIIR onA ] wb.R'oY(!E(]JE IJ] i(!JaJ J ij. _III x,0000,SATURDAY THn" !l \V'

Starke. or?-,, TODAY ANDlVERYDAY. TOOAYAND lvERY AY S,. Walnut'' Starke.; Fla .........UIIm...mTIMHT......, '?



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CHURCH ACTIVITIES also guests. prayers are with her. spent? Saturday with Mrs. Wil Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkl- Laura Tippelt at 103rd: Epis-
Church of God: Sunday Mrs. Lois Carter, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C.K. Cowan, LAWTEY kinson's daughter, Mrs. son attended the wedding of copal Church of Jacksonville,
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Mrs. Fate Redd, of Macon, and Rebecca, Mr. and Mrs. Maincs Griffis, and children, Marcus Jarrett and Miss on Saturday, June 28.
J.C Beach, and Mr. and Mrs.
vices 11 a.m. and 7 pm. YPE Ga., and their mother, Mrs. of Palatka. The Virgil Griffis .
visited her sis- C.A. North and family enjoyeda by Elizabeth Terry ,
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. O.J. Phillips, family also of Palatka, met
fish
fry with their ,
parents
ter-in-law, Miss Debbie them there. JAMES McCRARY'SConcrete
Faith Baptist Church: 'Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Robertsonand in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs C.E. Strickland, of
Phillips, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. B.F. McCulley
Radio WPXE
Program over Harbin, also
enjoyed the
Mrs. Edith
the ,
Swinney on Gainesville Mrs.
Simeon Phillips and family of Joyce went to Fayetteville, N.C. and
Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible Fourth occasion with them. ,
Futch, of Blackshear Service
Moniac, Ga., last Sunday.Mr. picked their granddaughter -
School Ser- up
10 a.m. Worship Mrs. Mae Wells and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Charles
and Miss Elizabeth Terry
and Mrs. Winston Shel- DeeDee,and from there
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Arthurine Blanchard visited Starling and family, Mr. and attended the funeral of their to
of Jacksonville, Fajette, Mich., where In
ton recently
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mrs. Andy Harvey, Mr. and theyvisIted Specializing
her sister
visited their cousins, Mrs. Miss Enza Blan- aunt, Mrs. Effie Shelton, in their brotherinlawand
7:30: p.m. Bible Study. chard of Macclenny, Wednes- Mrs. Larry Norman, and Mrs. Jacksonville, on July 7. .
J,P. Wyrick of Tallahassee, sister, Mr. and Mrs: PATIOS
Grace United Methodist: Ola ,
day afternoon of last week. Starling spent Friday and The Wilkison-Thomas fam-
Elizabeth Gerald Bouchard. While
and Miss there
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Terry. and Saturday camping at St DRIVEWAYS
Mr. Mrs H.L. Barfield, ily reunion took place at the
and Another guest was their all the brothers and sisters got
Services 11
Worship a.m. sister, Mrs. Joyce Futch, of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bar- Augustine Beach. ; Gospel Music Park on Satur- together for a family reunion. ADDITIONS
United Methodist
7:30
: p.m. field, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
gathered at Talley day. There were about 150
Blackshear, Ga. From there they went to Eric,
Fellowship 6:30: p.m. Choir Coleman Phillips, James Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harbin, and son, Chris, of South Day. present and plenty to eat. Tenn. and visited their Phone 533-2159
Practice 7:30: p.m. Wednes- Phillips, of Lake Butler, Mr. on July 4, lo help Sidney cele- tona, spent the weekend with Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam After 5:00: P.M.Kingsley ,217/10-7/17
day.United and Mrs. Bill Gaskins and brate his birthday anniversary their parents, Mr. ,and Mrs. Mrs. Daisy Boch and Lynn, Lamb.,
Methodist Women
Their son and daughter-: J.C. Tye. ...
met at the church on July 1 family, Leslie Phillips and son
with Mrs. George Roberts Byron, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
presiding. Mrs. Frank Coss Phillips, Miss Marlene Bert,
gave the devotional. There and Danny Phillips, came fora
brief visit with Mr. and Mrs.
were 12 members present.
The next meeting will be July Fate Redd and Mrs. O.J. MID-SUMMER, STORE WIDE
15 at the home of Mrs. Ilermie Phillips before they left for
Kelly with Mrs. Vera Mae Macon, Ga. Wednesday after-
Dyal as co-hostess. noon.
The Lawtey United Ralph Futch, Jeff and
Methodists will have a side- Karen, of Black Mountain, DOLLAR STORES
walk sale at the corner of 200- N.C.were guests of their aunt,
A and 301 on Saturday July Miss Elizabeth Terry, and I "Home oft/it 't tfoe "Hunten4
i 12, 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. There other relatives, Wednesday to
will be bargains for all. Saturday On Thursday they
Highland Baptist Church: enjoyed spending the day at
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- St. Augustine Beach.
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Mr and Mrs. Charles Smith
p.m. Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. and son, Shawne, of Tampa,
Wednesday spent Wednesday to Saturday
North Side Baptist Church: with their parents, Mr. and WHY PAY
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- Mrs. Milo Smith and family,
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: Mrs. Pearl Starling, and other
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- relatives. Their brother, John
day, 7:30: p.m. Smith, went home with them MORE?
and will spend two weeks.
PKKSONALS: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Lee visited Mrs. Jeanne Lee in
and daughter, Monika Sue, Baptist Hospital, Jacksonville SAVINGS TO BUY NOW
returned June 28 to Stuttgart, recently.
Germany where he is stationed Mrs. Joyce Futch of Black- &
with the U.S. Army, shear, Ga., Mrs. J.P. Wyrickof SAVE!
after having spent the past Tallahassee, and Miss Eli-
month with their parents, Mr. zabeth Terry were Thursday

and Lawtey Mrs., and K.M.Mr.Starling and Mrs.of sister dinner, Mrs.guests C.E.of their Strickland other, SALE STARTS THURS. QUANTITIES LIMITED! FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED! NOT ALL ITEMS AVAILABLE IN EVERY STORE!

E.C. Lee, Jacksonville. of Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pevey Charlie Underhill and sisterof
and family of Orlando, spent Middleburg Mr and Mrs. 'SSES', '
Sunday afternoon with their Ronnie Harper and son, J.J. of WALK 14 HALTERS. LADIES .
..
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Daytona Beach, Mrs. Joyce all ME"'S G'RLS'' 110 I l; \ PoLrESTER
Carl Prevail. Another guest Futch and granddaughter, oo TED
PLEA
during the afternoon was Mrs. Karen, visited Mr. and Mrs. SHOOTS q fl/O./ SUEHEUESS 10'S'j'' .
Thelma Alvarez of Starke. Carl Prevatt during the week. 3 & "irj} CLTERS .
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton of Rev. Jim Hall, Mrs. Frank .. c
Jacksonville, spent the week- Porreca, and Miss Arthurine '''
end with their mother, Mrs. Blanchard visited Mrs. EXAMPLE NOTHING 9 E.. 1 1
P.L. Uinkms. Her Paul Robert Lee in Baptist $1
son s2 PR ,.CI ,
Dinkins of St. Augustine, Hospital, Jacksonville, on R EG. a 3 SNORTS HELD t(..
visited her Tuesday.Mr. Thursday.Mrs. .
Mamie Lou Edwardsof
.and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and
Gustafson, of Starke was a Friday dinner LADIES'
family Wayne _
guest of her brother and sis
Green Cove Springs, Mrs. ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred GIRLS &
Ernest Hewitt of Tallahassee, Moore. ALL MEN'S TO 14 -. MISSES'
and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs
Mr.and Mrs. James Anders
enjoyed a fish fry at SampsonLake JEAN 100% STRETCH
'and Alma, of Palatka, were
on July 4. Friday overnight of SPORT SHORTS
Mr. and Mrs. Jim George their parents, Mr. guests and Mrs. SHIRTS WON KNITSHORT '
\- and Mr.and Mrs.Wm. George
Anders.
" of Sanford. Mr. and Mrs. O.J.Greg Barfield of Austell, SETS

Handy brother. Hayes Bill, of Starke and ,their,Mr. Ga.,will spent some time with ; ;,, $ 7
)5
and Mrs. Wayne Teston and his Mrs.grandparents H.L. Barfield,, and Mr.other and It. .i... 07 .,, ',,: \ : Pam were Sunday dinner relatives. 25 70 gj5 5 -\f,1\ PR. 1 ,-
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
guests '
Mr.and Mrs. John Harbin of
'O\\ ;;f
> Entire
Teston and family. Another -
during the afternoonwas Griffin,Ga.,were Thursday to <, !" 'f'- stock of
guest Sunday guests of their OFF x' ': ,''. '" 44
:
: denim
Starke.Miss Cathy Wood, of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney twill and $2

Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Tye spent Harbin.Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harveyof ':". Jean shorts SET
last weekend with their son-in-
Perry, were Thursday to .c WHILE
THEY
law and daughter Mr. and Saturday guests of their EXAMPLES LAST
Mrs. Tommy Talley and son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ', 1 LADIES'
Chris. On Saturday Chris cele- parents ''NFANTS' \ MISSES'
brated his first anniversary Starling.

Starke Mr. and, with and Mrs.a Mr.J.B.birthday family and Talley party.Mrs of Clellan is Friends a patient regret of to Mrs.in learn Memorial Les that Mc-she REG. *3 SHIRTS' $225 TAPER SETSC' J\ /aaw; :

Jacksonville. Ours

Johnny Tyc and.... family- were Hospital REG.-50SH'RTS,: $! 88$6>> 22 i.,,1 .. ,



From REO *4 SHIRTS #3 _Entire stock SET of '\ \, .)55


Homers REO. -5 #summer and oJ" ''I' '
Jackson's SHIRTS| $3 7S compare at twice transitional sets SSasaa*
-
our price ://emdas.
Center elsewhere' 1 small' ,large.


ill B01S' Wilt SNORTS GtllS' BOXER ,S,,O:TS UDI1"S' ;:j,1ESTER,

P!! DEI 100
% TWILLS,
9 Off. 1l0"S( SNORTS

STARKE. FLAN 1fi 1'I KNIT' .

CHERRY ST KEYSTONE HOTS EXAMPLE REG. -26oss [ Toddler 9.4u.
HWY 1OO A 21 Mi .' gWs4to6X i $166REG.
964-6O78 REG.a SNORTS PI\ and :

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SANDALS q 88 5X4X4 WEB FOLDING2 GAL. POLY

$ .
PLYWOOD SIDING $] 4Pp.TO: .. "S LAWN REG.
NOW PICNIC REG. 20
$C99

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2"x4" $FOR DMYER CHILDREN DRESS SHOES solddto$4 30 QT. STYROFOAM 50 FT.! X, /Z IN. 2 PLY


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AREA NEWS \ ( T: W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF


SAVE Bottom Round Roast
JoMfttliw FontafasRECREATION wtry
Round Steak

The afternoon craft class
meets at the Hampton City % I 5 39s'
Hall and Recreation Center g
every Wednesday from 2:30: to 43=5 .
4:30: p.m. Bring your crochetor SAVE
knitting or other work and
join the afternoon gettogether. SAVE
1 1I 1T 1tiF
6OCIB.

SENIOR CITIZENSPot
Luck' Friday evening, .
6:30: p.m. Members will only
bring salad or dessert. The SDA GR. 'A- QUICK FROZEN
club will furnish chicken,
bread, and drinks.
BRUNORHEACongratulations BAKING HENS


Bruno and Mrs. Diane to Arthur Rhea sEEF PEA '
who were united in marriage PURE 4 TO 6LB.
Sunday morning, July 6, in SCSI VEGETABLESHORTENING Quantity Rights AVG. SAVE
Judge Sanders' chambers. Reserved,
'r" WINN-DIXIE STORES,, INC /
NEW ARRIVALS THRIFTY MAIDSUGAR COPYRIGHT-1973
Mr. and Mrs. Adro Johnson L.
CRISCO
announce the birth of a son, afd I
Charles Adro, on June 18.
Qy r S'S'UAeeAN.' Limit: 1 with $7.50 'or more purchase excluding c cigarettes.

FRIENDS&NEIGHBORS W-D SRAND USD* CHOICE 1EEF HANOI PAK
Buddy and Janice Roark, of I SAVE .
Cocoa Beach spent the week- DRANUlA/FD -33 GROUND' ROUND
end with Buddy s parents, Mr. 4'C $1
and Mrs. Roy Roark, and his
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. t PINIIMIZI USDA INiP. OR. "..> SAVE
and Mrs. Adro Johnson. SAVE miSH FLORIDA AIL WHITI 1 t
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylor -
both celebrated their birth- LB. EXTRA LARGE
days on July 6 with a noon 1 S CAN
dinner with family and EGGS USDA INSF>. W-D IRAND PURE
friends. Those present were
of whois GROUND I BEEF
Gene Taylor Virginia SAVE lOc-STAR-KIST CHUNK LIGHT
serving in the Navy and is limit 1 with $7.50 or moreTEA
being transferred to Panama TUNA 6CAN 39 YOUPURCHASE
WHEN
Canal Zone; Sharon Taylor of 55 SAVE

Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. Limit 3 Star-Kilt Tuna w/$7.50/ or more ooz. 5 OR 1OLI.HANDIPAK.
12'SAVE /
Lynn Hall, of Hampton. For purch. excl. cigi. LB. S
1 their birthday supper Mr. and
Mrs. Lynn Hall and Mr. and BAGS -
Mrs. Wilfrid Fontaine were

guests., Upton1TOOCT. /
Mrs. Louise Brodsky of
Miami is spending a week "'
with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 3OC N FIOIHHU \ W-D BRAND USDA CHOICEBEEFORAMA
'Bruno. Mrs. Brodsky is Mrs. taaeass
Bruno's mother -
Sympathy is extended to the SUPERBRANO SAVE Sic lb. BONELESS

who families passed of away Lessie July B. Brown 7, and ICE CREAM SANDWICHES or RUMP ROAST

Wesley Halek, who passed. BOX
away July 3.SERVICE., BARS, TWIN POPS & FUDGE BARS i
Limit 1 wit SAVE 61c Ib. BONELESS EYE

MENKnight ROUND ROAST
SAVE 17c- THRIFTY MAIDTomatoes

4 R I I 12 ,oc SAVE 41c''Ib. TENDER
Helps Earn
,.MM
Coast Guard Award PACK I
July I' Coast Guard V S'I
Machinery Technician Second PKG.
1 Class Jerry R. Knight, son of SAVE SOc-THRIFTY MAID APPLE

i0Jkfr.and Mrs. 01. W. Home of t Ave:. ..u. .._., .I I.,.... .' ... '
,
1 r.Hampton, has help'earn l the 88 fI -.I* ti\\
Coast Guard Meritorious Unit Sauce.: 6 WESTERN JUMBO $* ',
.Commendation for the Coast |
Guard Station Key West; Fla. 59c
L* Cantaloupes EACH
station Personnel, from assigned September to 12-15 the SAVE 21c- ARROW GIANT IN I\I e/l'( '

1974 received the unit awardfor HARVEST FRESH.NO HEAD OVER 3Sc\

fighting their participation efforts aboard in fire a Detergent.p S Lettuce LB.11C LB. ;:
Crisp
'vessel, in the Gulf of Mexico. dJ gfoodo (
Knight took part in assistance ________________________ netfamat
activities which included I CALIFORNIA winn,0, I
the provision of lifeboats 'XfeI /
salvage gear and fire SAVE 1O i Nectarines LB. 49C
fighting units and equipment.A I I . .
1968 graduate of Bradford \ ..'/ '" WITH THIS COUPON
High School he joined the I /jola' ON THE PURCHASE OFGOLD ; TASTY PRICES GOOD I JULY 10 I IMEpAL THRU JULY 16
,Coast Guard in June 1968.'
( ) MEDALF10UR I California Plums 59C SAVE 41 < W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS STEAKS

'
Sp 5 James E.Morris I $ e 1
: TYSON CHICKEN. TURKEY OR Delmonicos I
Serving MortalmanFt.
Hood Tex. (AFTNC) I FNw I 'OP FwUA.t 9 os. I
i Beef Pies. 4 ; $1
,June 9--Army Specialist Five LB. Pot PIE=
,James E. Morris, son of Mr. 5 BAG 68 SAVE 40t W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF ALL
'' and Mrs. Everett Morris, 313 TASTE O',SEA SEAFOOD OR C

E.Market Rd.,Starke,Fla.,is COUPON GOOD AT WINNDIxIE THAU IUIY 16 i Meat Stew
serving'the 1st Cavalry as a mortarman Division here.with Perch Dinner 2 PKGS. $1 ;

R SAVE lOc-FRESH PORK LOIN QUARTER SLICED ASSORTED
1 1 1 1 1 WASHINGTON

Musicians InvitedTo SAVI 1 li PHI" PAN Bing Cherries . .. . LB. 59C r I '

Join Local 1 HARVEST FRESH, ,(NO HEAD OVER 29c) I I '
Peanut Butter '

Classical Symphony Green Cabbage. . ,. LB.12c
SAVI 1 1c DIIP SOUTHPeanut W-D BRAND BEEF
FRESH

Musicians, from beginners'up Butter 6 Florida Limes ., . .... 12 PGR59c '
' are invited to join the mrmsHiNG ', .

School Bradford-Union Classical Band Vocational which Gatorade F FRESH Mushrooms .' . .. .. : 'PEG.:, 99C
meets each Thursday night
from 7-10 p.m. in the music SAVI < VAM CAMP HOOD ,. it'' HICKOHY SWIIT

School.room at Bradford Middle Pork & Beans Orange Juice l : ,. . : :.',. .353;::;: $1 100 Sliced Bacon

ASTOR
THRIFTY MAIDPork SAVI 71< W-D HAND WHOLf IMOOIOIK IWAI AOO

members Former who high still school have band their & Beans Orange'' Juice' . :':. 6 *Ns $129 Smoked Pork Picnics .

instruments and layare .
MRS. SMITH'S .
especially invite to AIT IOOO ISLAND OH t a/.o.. I SAVI I O W-D HAND
participate. says Claude UK 1 1 Cherry Pie! .. ,. . '. !I 89C i iI
Morgan a member of the French Dressing I I SUPERBRAND Franks J
symphonette since its inception
some 18 ,months ago. \AVt 1 6tArrow Whipped Topping . 2-Sa $1 WIFrTMUTENDCft I

Instruction is available on Bleach SARA LIE WALNUT OR Sliced Beef Liver .

any beginners kind of instrument to accomplished and for ( BACH IN GOODSaltine Golden Layer Cake ., . .' CAKS 11.01. $159 LAND O FBO4T W A M MICfO

musicians. The idea is to Crackers E IHOUTIING.. Pressed Ham Beef: ,
eventually have a symphony or
: 31'1.'LI. $1 1
orchestra composed. of area Potatoes . :' .' .
( HACMIN GOODToaster SU NN YL ANDSmoked
musicians.Present members of the $ 00 SEA PAK ..' :I
Pastries ] 'I.LI.
symphonette include one from Onion O's ., ., ,. . .. .., .' .. "KG, 89C Sausage .
Alachua County, two from ,
< AC H tN GOOD T A L M A Q C t FARMChicken

.,i County.Columbia and two from Union Old Fashion Cookies $| Shrimp'N SEA PAK 'I Batter: ;: e.J..!.. .'v..fe. ; $159 Franks '

SAVI i '. 01X11 DAmiNO SEA PAK 1-1 -v J P F h A N D SINGIY SrVBAPPID MlCtS
'the Old iirmE/z Bread $ 0088C Hush Puppies: 2pKds; : $1 B ,
Family j . ] -. .J. ,. r' American Cheese Food
DIXIANA ,
,AVI 1 '. DIXIf OARLINO HOT DOG OUS OH ,UIMH BNO (BUM rLAVORID
- Cut or Whole_I Okra e' ': .' S? 69C
, Hamburger Buns ASTOR Low Fat Yogurt 12

SAV I4< 0 ill O AHl IMt, 3 10 $100 -M H(U H R rt N f J
o";
Cut Corn o L Cayliflower: :

,.-' \ \\N "I Pecan Twirls . C e : !' Sour Cream .
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...., 10.... 00
Yellow Squicii5n5 $1 1
PKOS.,
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the only thing h. would ', .

lam"ncognb. would... be dM old aoOO)( au '

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I Lellals Lelia's' Obituaries BROOKER IN BRIEFBRIDAL


Lessie D, Brown 82 SHOWERMrs. By!{ Jeannette Prescott Sunday, July 6, with more
Debbie Lewis Pittman than 40 attending. The officers
IN THE CIRCUIT three weeks vacation tour.
NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COURT OF a
Lessie D. Brown, 82, Star was honored with a are grateful to all parents and
Effective July 10, 1975 I will THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- 'Among the places visited were
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND died in the miscellaneous shower on members for their
FOR CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR I I Route Hampton Tallahassee; Ocean Springs
be debts
not responsible for any Tuesday July 1 I. at 8 in cooperation.A .
BRADFORD COUNTY. BRADFORD COUNTY. University Hospital at p.m. Miss., where they enjoyedvisiting
contracted by. anyone other than .PROBATE NO. 75-163 (II- CASE NO. Jacksonville early Monday the Brooker Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Gene revival will begin at St.

myself. 2315)). morning, July 7, following a educational building.The Edwards and family; and Johns Baptist Church,

Rudolph A. Crawford IN RE: The Petition of ((7;; lingering illness. hostesses Juanita DeQuincy La., where they Lawtey, on Monday, July 14,
7/10 4tp 7/31 IN RE: Estate of TIMOTHY RUSSELL pi. IIJw Born in Green Cove Springson Adams, Inez Green, Doris had an enjoyable visit with with the first week being a
RUTH MELIN CARLISLE
,
a/k/a RUTH K. CARLISLE WILKERSON rU' May 21, 1893, Mr. Brown Kelley Grace Barry Dolly Mr. and Mrs. Terrell Green prayer service. The second
--------------- ,
Deceased. CQ".Jl had lived in the Hampton area Narrell Pearl Markey, and daughters. Before week will convene at St.Johns

I James Daniel Ricks will not be NOTICE OF ACTION for 75 years. He was a retired Lavern Edwards Eva returning home they visited Macedonia Freewill Baptist
responsible for any bills made by NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll farmer and a member of the Harrell, and Edith Melvin, points of interest in Texas Church and Philadelphia

anyone besides myself. 6/19 4tp creditors of the Estate of ToKenny: Franklin Turner Sunday Baptist Men Hampton Baptist Church. presented the honoree with a Arkansas and! Baptist will hold the revival
7/10 RUTH MELIN CARLISLE, also Address Unknown Breakfast 7:00 Survivors include his wife, large mixer. Oklahoma.They also visited jointly All members and
---- known as RUTH K. CARLISLE : a.m.; Sunday About 30 attended friends of these three churches -
--------- Andreu Brown of guests
Martha relatives in Bristol Tenn.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an School, 9:45: a.m.; Morning ,
deceased notified
are hereby
Carl L. with those from out of town are going all out to
three sons:
Hampton where Bradlee celebrated his
and required to file any claims or action for adoption has been Worship 11:00: a.m.; Church ;
NOTICE demands which they may have filed against you and you are Training, 6:15: p.m.; Evening Brown, David C, Brown and being Mrs. Pittman, of Lake tenth birthday with a cookout support the cause. The annualWomen's
said Estate the Officeof Gerald L. Brown, all of Butler, mother-in-law of the given by his uncle and Day will be held
CALL FOR BIDS TOWN OF against in required to serve a copy of your Worship, 7:30: p.m. aunt
FLORIDA the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof written defenses, if any, to it on Monday Girls Ensemble, Hampton; three daughters: honor guest; and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Odis Dean. After Sunday July 27, at St. Johns.
BROOKER, Bradford County, Florida, in Mrs. Mary White, Mrs. Hazel Woodrow Thomas and the that toured and
EUGENE F. SHAW, Petitioner's 6:40: p.m.; Youth Choir they Virginia Church
New Bethel Baptist ,
the Court House at Starke, and Mrs. Hilda former Debbie Faulkner of
the Carolinas before
Bids are hereby called for by Rorida, within six ((6)) calendar attorney, whose address is Post Deacon's Meeting, 7:00: p.m.; Sparkman all of Jacksonville; Starke. returning Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.
Office Box 1086, Starke, Florida, Tuesday Junior Music Myers, home. and Bible
the Town of Brooker and are to months from the date of the first Eddie J. Brownof Prayer Meeting
be submitted in sealed en- publication of this notice. Each 32091, on or before August 4, Activity, 2:00: p.m. one brother: PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Cox also en- Class Wednesday night. Choirno.

velopes to the Clerk of the Townof claim or demand must be in 1975, and file the original with Wednesday Family Night Tampa, 18 grandchildrenand Mr. and'Mrs.. Tommy Cox joyed attending Linda's class 1 Rehearsal Saturday, 7
Brooker, Mrs. Joyce A. Cast- writing and must state the placeof the Clerk of this Court either Supper 6:15: p.m.; Sunday three. great- and children enjoyed reunion at the Country Club in p.m. Church School, 9:45:

len, on or before 7:00: P.M. residence and post office before service on Petitioner's School Workers Meeting, grandchildren.Services ............ .recently................. Starke Saturday night, June Sunday Special speaker at 11
August 12, 1975, for the address of the claimant and attorney or immediately there- R.A/8, G.A.'s, Acteens World were held Tuesday 28. a.m. Worship Service.
must be sworn to be the July, 8, at the
morning, W.T.HalekWesley '
after
otherwise Friends
Mission
following: ; a default will be Friends, 6:45: Communion, 6:30: p.m.
claimant his his Santa Fe
agent or attorney in
graveside
entered against you for the relief p.m.; "Hour of Power",
will become void
Garbage pick-up on Tuesdaysand according or to it law. demanded in the Petition. Quarterly Business Meeting, Cemetery with Rev. Merel T Halek 67, of OES NOTICEThe Ebenezer Baptist Church,

Saturdays, and successful WITNESS my hand and the 7:30: p.m.; Church Choir, 8:15: Packham officiating. DeWittC. Hampton, died Thursday regular meeting of Dell Davis pastor.
Rev Leroy
bidder must furnish Certificateof EUGENE F. SHAW seal of this Court on this 1st dayof p.m. Jones Funeral Home of July 3, after a sudden illness Chapter 168 will be held at 8 Meeting and Bible.

Insurance and own truck. P.O. BOX 1086 July 1975. Thursday Visitation 9:30: Starke is in charge of at his home. Born in p.m. Thursday, July 10.In Class Prayer tonight (Thursday).

Water Meter Reader: read STARKE, FLORIDA a.m.; Music Makers Activity, arrangements. Belleville, Kan. on Nov. 15, the Masonic Hall on BrownleeSt. Sunday services will conclude

meters each month, once a Attorney for Executrix) GILBERT BROWN 2:00: p.m.; Visitation, 7:00: 1907 he was a farmer and had with church School, 10,a.m.

month, cut on and off water as CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT - lived in Hampton' since 1937.
needed. AUDREY Executrix of RUTH the Estateof CARLISLE COURT p.m.Saturday Bus Ministry Double Talk Surviving is his wife BessieV. CHURCH NEWSSt. Ml. Zion AME Church,

RUTH MELIN CARLISLE BRADFORD COUNTY, Visitation, 8:30: a.m. Halek; one brother, Fred Johns Missionary Lawtey Rev. Richard Bethel
installation and Said twin to the
Water meter
one
FLORIDABY angry Halek, Ocean Side, L. I; Baptist Church. Rev. Willie Church School, 10a.m.
a/k/a RUTH CARLISLE
repair.. Deceased. K. : Beulah Moody i: ::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::; other: "If it wasn't for me and two sisters, Mrs. Anna Huffman pastor. Church Love pastor.Feast 11 a.m. Communion -

The three ((3)) above positionswill 6/194t7/10 Deputy Clerk Card ) you'd have two heads!" Dellgren, Bayshore, Long School, 10 a.m. Worship 4 p.m. '
1 Of Thanks
commence on October 1, ------------- 7/34t 7/24 -Gosport, Pensaecl Island, N.Y., and Mrs. Mary Services each 2nd and 4th

1975. ----------- ". .. ... ."" ."..."".,.,.'...,..,....h.:.;: - Homalac, Belleville Kan. Sunday 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. 1 Church Greater Rev.Allen, R.G.Chapel Heastie AME
-- Band
The Town Council reserves Funeral services were heldat Prayer Meeting each
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Our heartfelt thanks to all who DefinitionA
at 12 pastor. Prayer Meeting and
the right to accept or reject any 3 p.m. Sunday at the Monday noon. Prayer
NOTICE OF INTENTION:
or all bids submitted to the Townof TO : EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF extended comforting sympathyand married man is a guy graveside in Hampton Meeting and Bible Study, 6 Bible Class each Tuesday
REGISTER FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- help in our recent sorrow. fu Wednesday. Business night. Sunday School, 10 a.m.
Brooker FICTITIOUS who has been penalized Cemetery with Rev Merle L. 1 p.m.
NAME
FORD COUNTY For the beautiful service, floral holding. Packham officiating. DeWitt Meeting Friday July 11, 7:30: Morning Worship 11 a.m. with

Joyce A. Castlen, offerings and other kindnesses, Calif. C. Jones Funeral Home of p.m. The youth of St. Johns the Junior Choir renderingsong
Pursuant Oakland.
to Section
865.09 -Oak Leaf
CIVIL ACTION deeply grateful
we are service. Evening Ser-
entertained at
Town Clerk Starke 'was in charge of was a picnic
Florida ,
Statutes, notice is here Case No.75183In -The W.A. Saxon family
Town of Brooker by given that the undersignedLarry services. outing at Butler Beach on vice, 5:30: p.m.r. .

Brooker, Florida 32622 Eugene Ross, 2410 N.E. re: The Matter of the

7/104t 731NOTICE 12th Street, Gainesville, Florida, Adoption of TAMMY DENISE

------------- 32601, doing business under the PADGETT
firm ------------------------
OF APPLICATIONFOR name of "AUTOMOTIVE ,

TAX DEED PARTS CENTER" 102 E. NOTICE OF SUIT I ..or RITZ Lo.Cal I

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Brownlee Street, Starke, NO PROPERTYTo I
that H. V. SAXON the holder of Bradford ocaae; son DRINKS .
County Florida
the following certificates has 32091, I ...0......... ,: ..o .
filed said certificates for a tax intends name under to register the said fictitious : All Interested Parties "_.:-.oJ;5k: ,..:'i"D.:-==.:::::.::::.-=.wour':: .:.:':..
deed to be issued provisions of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
thereon. The ------------------------
certificate numbers and years of aforesaid statute. an action for adoption has AIs.
issuance, the description of the Larry Eugene Ross, sole been filed against you and you I .n BOLOGNA Gild I;

property, and the names in owner. are required to serve a copy of I. .. PACKAGSAc
which follows it was assessed are as Dated this 25th day of June, your written defenses, if any to I ._."'..,..GO.'ou."..coupoN........win.....A....'DO,SO..OS._.tIT..000...THO.0.'..0.....oocco..,. ..,..

Certificate: No: 70 A.D. 1975 at Starke, Florida. it, on the plaintiff's attorney, I.-----------,: -------------J
Year of Issuance: 1973 6/26 4tp 7/17 whose name and address is ------------------------,

Description of Property: Lots 6 GEORGE H. PIERCE, Esquire, j I ONE DOZEN '
thru 11 of Blk 9 in Hampton Park Attorney at Law, P.O. Drawer EGGS
------------- I 1a
ANY SlU
& lots 8,9.10,11 of Blk 16 in 1030, Starke, Rorida 32091, and a I ... I I '
0. COUPON AT PAWrNV MtlOf OW O*fTO TMMI JUiV. flit
Hampton Park, Sec: 32. T7S. file the original with the clerk of rnm lTll;
R22E. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT L-----------------------
the above styled court on or
Name in which assessed: AI C. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF S ----------------- --- -
Grill FLORIDA, IN AND FOR before July 22, 1975; otherwisea JOHNSON'S AONSTRUNTN:: ; '
_, All of said property being in the BRADFORD COUNTY. judgment may be entered I AID
County of Bradford State of against you for the relief f 99d BABY OIL ;
Florida. demanded in the complaint or II I .1
CIVIL ACTION OON VMS Corr-PAXM-O1-0..... A 1TYNII TNNI MAY M flitIMT
I GO IACN COIXYN "w VN ANNI POOP OA-N TOIACCO
Unless such certificate or petition. no,..,.
certificates shall be redeemed Case No.75-182 WITNESS" my hand.:'and the L- LS- =--------------

according to law the property-. -' seal of said Court on June 19, Tli / Feat 1 Tk Food :
BonusBuy
Quality People
Qualibj *
described in such certificate or In re: The Matter of the 1975. People EveryDayLowPrice j
certificates will be sold to the Adoption of TIMOTHY SHANE
highest bidder at the court GREENE IAYF fAY[ SAY[
Glbert S. Brown BLUEBIRD Santa Rosa
20
10
10
house door on the 15th day of
1975. As Clerk of said Court QUARTER
July, NOTICE OF SUIT SMOKED BAKING
Dated this 11th day of June, NO PROPERTY By: Beulah M. Moody
1975. As Deputy Clerk PICNIC STVLE FRYER

6126 4t 7/17 WATER ADDEDSHOULDER HENS .MM1
Gilbert S. Brown, ToGlenn: Kevin Vara
-------------- LEGS OR BREASTS
By: Beulah M. Moody 2049 Cherry Lane IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Clerk of Circuit Court of Chesapeake, Virginia FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL
Bradford County, Florida. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat .
6/194t 710NOTICE CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
an action for Adoption has
BRADFORD COUNTY.
--- been filed against you Glenn _
-
---------- IN PROBATE
Kevin Vara and you are requiredto
CASE NO. 75191CPIn
OF APPLICATIONFOR serve a copy of your written EveryDryLowPriceL"D

TAX DEED defenses, if any to it, on the _
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN re: The Estate of LORENA 0..0.. 1O' Y Y1'' riw w NISN FHISH
that HARRINGTON CHANDLERthe plaintiff's attorney, whose name CERMENARO, deceased. CHIPPED f ANIB CORNISH LAMB SHAM FLORIDA GREENCUKES
holder of the following and address is George H. Pierce, ROAST LIMES
HOPS
certificates has filed said cer Esq., Pierce& Hardy, P.A., P.O. NOTICE TO CREDITORS CAME HENS XNN 88

tificates for a tax deed to be Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, .All creditors of the estate of "HTS45 1MWl-1 1.1.10. 79. 1w11N NNXNNM a peons .e 12 59 9ri
issued thereon. The certificate Irolu ACrM.VISAS / 0 011-1 1
32091, and file the original with LORENA CERMENARO, ma IO .ACN
numbers and years of issuance, the clerk of the above styled deceased, are hereby notified
the description of the property, court on or before July 22,1975; and required to file any claims or Every DayLowPrke
and
the names in which it was
assessed are as follows: otherwise a judgment may be demands which they may have T.N.T.
entered against for the relief against said estate in the Officeof
Certificate No. 43 you GRAPEFRUIT EATWELL WHOLEWHITE HOT DOC BOMB BOILING Golden RipeBANANAS
Year of Issuance 1973 demanded in the complaint or the Circuit Judge of Bradford E@l JUICE
Description of Property: LOT 3 petition. County, Florida, in the Courthouse TUNA POTATOES CHIU SAUCE PEANUTS

of Blk 31 in L.T, & COS S/D WITNESS my hand and the in Starke, Rorida, within ,5/l 5/l 00 15.
Sec:28-T6-S.: R-22-E seal of said Court on June 19, four calendar months from the
Name in which assessed: K. P. 1975. date of the first publication of

LODGEAll this notice. Each COMPARE wai/wilaKrl.MAr rw r .
of said property being in the claim or orli ;COMPARE arw0: ri.r.

County of Bradford State of Glbert S. Brown demand must be in writing and Meat Loaf Miz"GNAWSNp: : 89 Cheese Slices SSsr- 89*
Florida. As Clerk of said Court must state the place of residence '0' ; FOOD STARKE'S { .s'

certificates Unless such shall certificate be redeemed or By: Beulah Deputy M. MoodyAs Clerk and claimant poet and office must address be sworn of the to Turkey::o::.l:::::: ;:::i; :r 59cto' LOW-W-W'Orange;' Juice &?,&.&?... 59* to'

according to law the property 6/26 4t 7/17 by the claimant, his agent, or his Baking Hens ggf; :: T 59* '0' FOOD I Fish Sticks :MO::,..:'.::''N. 69* '0'
described in such certificate or attorney, or it will become void .
certificates will be sold to the according to law. Sliced Bologna ysa- 99 110. I FAIR PRICES J Cheese I Loaf :STABST,: ::: 99c:1O":

highest bidder at the court -------------- Dated this 27th of June *
house door on the 15th day of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF A.D. 1975. day Skinless Franks79' 20' i dO 320 SOUTH I Whiting ssti :""*"" 49 .0.

July 1975. FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL 1 SUPERMARKETS WALNUT ST. AITNIY S1105.E II
Dated this 11th day of June, CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR C Cermenaro Chipped Meats ra:.:-y 45C., I Roll sausage !;:" w. "" 89EveryDayLowPrice '110',
1975. Anthony
e BRADFORD COUNTY .

Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk 7/3 4tchg 724NOTICE Administrator 1 TH* Qunliiq Fwwl People ] EveryDayLowPrice ] TKe QuohLj Food People

By: Beulah M. Moody CASE NO.75155IN
f Clerk of Circuit Court of ,-------------_. fart aNt tin tat

Bradford County, Florida RE: The Marriage of ALBERTE. OF INTENTIONTO REGULAR GRIND MOTT S STOKLEY
10'' 6/19417/10 CONKLING, Husband/ REGISTER DMde ORELFCTHIC PACKER LABEL
------------ PERKCOFFEE APPLEJUICE CUT GREEN
Petitioner, and JOSEPHINE. FICTITIOUS NAME CUT SWEET

-------------- CONKLING, Wife/Respondent.
Pursuant to Section 865.09 BEANS
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR NOTICE OF ACTION Florida Statutes notice is here- POTATOES
TAX DEED
by given that the undersignedMary
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that EUGENE F. SHAW the, ToJosephine: C. Conkling Ray Joiner, At. 1, Box 12- 16oz 4/5l

holder of the following certificates WifeRespondent A, Starke, Bradford County, CANS
has filed said certificates 170 1/2 South Street Rorida, doing business under
for a tax deed be the firm name of "INTERIORSBY
to issued Middletown New York,
,
thereon. The certificate numbersand 10940 MARY", Rt. 1, Box 12-A, COMPARE o LOW M iviirrMV WHCIil .COMPARE; -M ION PAoc=.H,... COMPARE{ OMaY1aY0a LOW..oc.. .r-MY W to.'
years of issuance, the Bradford County,
the description names of in the which property it and You are notified that an action Starke Florida, 32091 intends to Foam Cups' Mr1I': 594l< ma. \ Pantry Pride Olives Nr.o 55c ee.. { Pantry Pride Spinach :"i: 5/95/ 120

assessed Certificate are No.as follows 10 : was for been Dissolution filed against of Marriage you and you has under register the said provisions fictitious of aforesaid name Sliced Carrots 'Or":::: / ," I Dill Pickle Chips .;"': : 43c e.. { Greens "TSST";: ; 4/95/ a.

Year of Issuance: 1973 are required to serve a copy: of statute. Mashed Potatoes::': :a: 39c .. i Peanut Butter "'v.v:- Jl" 20t { Lime Detergent '";r.r"::.: 58 IK
Description of Property: Lots 9, written defenses, if any to Mary Ray Joiner, sole owner. '"
16 Otts S/D Sec: 24, T-5rS, R- your JAMES H. HARRISON, At- Dated this 3rd day of July, A. Pantry Pride Cups 'a::' 79 tot i Economy Dinners :;::"2/age/ .e i Golden Shampoo M.;::.r: >M 79 10..

?Name in which assessed: torney whose for address.ttu band/is 3600 Petitioner S.W., 7/34tp D. 1975.7/24, at Starke, Rorida. Taco Casserole ..?'.:" 79 me. I Lambrecht Pizza .001.1IIN 77 1M1M i Dandruff Shampoo '-:=.:-" 69c 20.

EMMA Al of said IRVIN property being in the Second Avenue, Gainesville -------------- Pantry Pride Wipes 11,49c ee. 1 Insect Spray "1:01: 99 i Shampoo with Egg"T: :.r: .. 79 M<

County of Bradford, State of Florida, 32607, on or before 25 .NOTICE .
Florida July 1975, and file the original I win not be responsible for

Unless such certificate or with the Clerk of this Court any debts made by anyone other i ii
certificates shall be redeemed either before service, on Peti. than myself.
according to law the property tioner's attorney or (mmedimery Roger W.Starling
described in such certificate or thereafter; otherwise a default 7/10 4tp 7/31
i certificates will be add to the. win be entered against you for .
highest bidder at the court ------------- NMAxWEIL
the relief demanded in thefWtition. ------------
house door on the 15th day of
July, 1975. ,, FOR SALE: Al types of Colored
Dated this 11th day of June, WITNESS my /hand and seal Pencils In stock at The Office
1975. d this Court on 24 June,1975. Shop. Cotorbrtte Non-Face, NOYf! / .
20 cents each. Thick lead I 1 TYLENOL LAYORIfX. tNNw.a.-
/
Gilbert S. Brown Clerk Gilbert S. Brown opaque cotorame 30 cents COFFEE MMMTMMa'AYOIS
Br: Beulah Moody Clerk of the Circuit Court each and also Mongol i 1 1NICr TABS TNWAf tortEE
Clerk of Circuit Court of Donna M. Branson colored penile, 11 cents RINi
By: I
6/194t Bradford 7/10 County Florida ,..Deputy Clerk each. Stop in end take a look. ,\_Al----Nl1-ITN ANT THIS I r tlf.,OWON,-.111 UWT/COV 000 MIT ON 1 TN d V I lV 79'Pa "- _ws 9e 79 .ftl 99AI I

6/28 4tp 7/17 The Office Sop. ---------
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CLASSIFIED. AD RATES PERSONAL SERVICEMERCEDESBENZ l fOR SALE, FOR SALE HOUSES FOR SALE.1 UNITED FARM AGENCY
Rluminum
Deadline for insertion REGISTERED REAL

Tuesday Noon preceding --- ""-aa- .. ESTATE BROKER
Thursday before publication. FOR SALE '' ,FOR SALE: Man's FOR SALE 206 South Water StreetPAUL&IRENEFAULKNER. Siding
& VW RE- : Slide ir, truck Western : 3 bedroom block
.PAIR: Formerly' Instructor for :camper., Sleeps 6, include 8 Flyer 10 speed bicycle, tent house, central heat &'air, fully Rluminum
Minimum Charge $2.00 Mercedes-Benz dealer techni-- track tape deck, will also sell sleeps three sleeping baa. carpeted. 2 years old, by 964-5065
(Covers 15 Words) clans Heath- Auto ''Service truck, 1970 Chevrolet, if ,Call 964-5488 1tp 7/10 owner. Douglas Nichols, 964- SPECIAL I trwitic jar .
Each word ( ---.-- .:. 8158 2 BR Sof feel;
over 15 Road, 16A Kingsley lake tdesired. Call 964-5484 any ----- 1018 Southgate Drive Block House, 1 acre

10 cents Starke, Fla..533-2308 or 533- : time. Itchg 7/10' FOR SALE: 17 foot Skeeter Bass 7/10 2tp 7/17 918,500. REALTYc2.
2318. 1tp 710BILL'S ->-----'----., Boat with 80 HP ------------
Mercury and
All Classified Ads must be ---....-.::......---- FOR SALE: Case pocket knives Gator Trailer, 964-6967. FOR SALE Large lot With well and septic Remodeling
628 2
paid for in advance unless .. : BR concrete block tank $4,500.
you now at Oahmers Discount. W Lafayette, Starke, Fla. house
Itp fully
have an established account SAW SHOP: Complete carpeted, centralair .
7/10 Cement Work
tfchg
with the Telegraph. In that sharpening service, circular & heat. 3 years old. Call
event 50 cents extra chargefor hand, carbide, chain. Mower - - ------------ after 6, 964-8107.. 7/3 2tp'

billing. Not responsible for blades hollow ground and FOR SALE: 1973 Rebel Bass FOR SALE: 8 hp Briggs & 7/10. BYRON E. DUCE, BUY NOW WAITING COSTS
errors when given over the balanced. Call 964-7509 or Boat, 1974 115'' Mercury\ Stratton engine $75.. M&S ------------ Reg. Real Estate Broker YOU MONEY. We will be happyto FinancingAvailable

phone or when copy Is not leave at Jackson- Building Magnum motor guide float on Texaco, 9648100. Itchg. FOR SALE: Assume 393 N. Temple Ave. help you with your real estate
payment on
typed and brought to the of Supply, Starke or Keystone trailer, like new. Call Wilbur -------:------ 3 year old 12x72 Parkwood 964-7700 needs. Just give us a ring)
fice. Heights.' tfchg. Waters, 964-6941'1) 1tp 7/10 - -
FOR'SALE: Do i ihdiJ..self. mobile home. Like
new
12 .
---------,-f.- by 16 Brick furnished 3 BR
---- for sale Hwy ,
-------- : Acreage : 5 acres,
12 inch tiler with condition. Ph. 473-3389. 7/3
stick
MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also' FOR SALE: Like New-Used 16 now at Dahmer's Discount.on back, 2tp 7/10 lOacres,30 acres, IB LR, Kitchen with dining area 9E4EB58It
and 1 of land.
foot camper, self 460 acres. over acre
mobile home, hurricane'an. contained 2/27 26tchg 8/25 ------------
House 10 - -
you must see to acres
'appreciate. ___
PERSONAL SERVICEPIANO choring and mobile home roof 964-6606 Itchg 7/10 --r-------- FOR SALE: 2'bedroom house Little Lake Santa Fe remote, I

coating. Olin's MOBILE : .- -- complete with furniture to be House on a good fishing lake. undeveloped, lot with 75' on
Home ServIce. 964-5606, Rt... : 'moved to new location. Call water. Long Champ

100W. Starke,Fla. tchg.o.s ., FOR SALE Whlte sweetcom t MotorcyclesSUZUKI 964-6214 office or 7823655 - -
TUNING REPAIR: Will -------: -.. peas, tomatoes and other; J home. Itp 7/10 LISTINGS, FINANCING, 803 W. Colley Rd. a fine, large IlomeandBuildingMaterials I
buy old pianos.. William vegetables. David Wainwright ------------ RENTALS NEEDEDCall home with over an acre of tree ( :
George, 1228 Blending St. SEWING MACHINES repaired, SRD 16,, 25 miles Anytime shaded yard. I
Starke. Ph. 964-5287. 7/3 2tp all makes cleaned, oiled and ,East., Starke, Itp 7/10/ OF STARKE: Your FOR SALE BY OWNER: Con VERNIE ODOM - WE BUILD :
crete block home, 2 bedroom,
7/10. adjusted $7. Work guar. ------------ 964-5476 514 Weldon St. approx. 1800 I
-----_...._--...;.- anteed. James Strickland 964- FOR SALE Farmall' authorized Suzuki Dealer. 2 baths living room w/fire- sq. ft. of living space with YOUR PLANS OR OURS
: Super-A Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call place, formal dining room,
8733. .
tfchg.ALCOHOLICS' spacious, well landscaped lot. YOUR LOT OR OURS
tractor
LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast ., excellent condition Street. eat.in kitchen, family room
----------- rfchg.-- - -
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with X-11 Diet Plan $3. : $1000. 15 ft. V-Hull 50 HP w/wet bar, central heat & air, FREE ESTIMATES
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REDUCE excess fluids with X-' '' ANONYMOUS:. Mercury" & trailer $500. Ph. 2 car carport, utility room, Rd. 230 3.34 acres with 489'road ,

Pel $3. KOCH DRUG STORE. Has your drinking caused you 964-6037 after 6 P.M..:7/10 2tp fenced yard, plus 3rm. apt. frontage. > REMODELING REPAIRS

::1 7/3 15tchg 10/9 to be sick and tired of being 7/17;. HELP WANTED with heat & air.. Shown by 100- - ADDITIONSHOMESBOUGHT'SOLD
"
e4rsorS- 1
IG'arn C Hwy acre to 50 for
... up
------- ---- sick and tired Ph. 964-7959, -.-------T---, t j appointment only. Phone 473- homesite
your new
964-7619 or 473.2108. .7/3 4731 473.3444. No Collect
FOR SALE or
: $6.98 LP ESTATE
f HOME REMODELING AND 925.COWARrS. : records REAL - TRADED
REPAIR. Master electrician 13tp : $4.98, $5.98 LP'for $3.98 Calls. tfchg.LOST Silver Lake Estates, Interlachen
at '
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----------- GAC" ,""T.v [ ACREAGE FOR SALE
Dahmer's --------
\ plumber and carpenter. Reasonable -" Discount. 2/27 LOCAL AMWAY: Distributor is 70' of white sand beach & crystal -
rates. 964.8087.7/10 \\ REFRIGERATION, 26tchg 8/25 helping many persons earn Furnished 2 BR frame home with clear water furnished "46853HWY
"\ 4tchg 7/31., air conditioning and appliance '-----"t"-...... money. Work 2 to 4 hours a chain link fence, aluminum awnings cottage $22,550
301 S STARKE
t ______ service. Ph.964-8l 5.7/32tp TFP.r7wr
-- -- FOR SALE: Registered Quarter day.i We can help you. For AND FOUNDLOST & carport f $9,600. ,
710FREE Epperson St., Cherry St., &
appointment call 3721743. -
c SEWING MACHINES ; ... horse mare.: Excellent
\ repaired ----------- price to .
7/10 2tchg 7/17 3 BR 1 1'h bath double wide MH Washington & Walnut apart '
all makes cleaned, oiled and right home Call'Sue at 28-: JIMMY MOORE'SSlin
n I.-'------,---- on 1 acre. Spring Lake access ment houses for sale all apart-
$7.. Work 1506.. tfchg. ..
I adjusted guaranteed -
James Strickland, 964- -.--'.... _--'---- : Bull dog, male black & $13,650 ments are now rented. SportsMORE
I 8733.. t "MISCELLANEOUS 1 HELP WANTED: The CUBB white. Tag No. 12840. Lost Cecelia T.
j tfchg.. FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand Economic Agency Full Year 2-story 5 BR 2 Bath frame home Terwillegar BOAT FOR
: ------------ Kingsley Lake Road 5. 533- I Reg. Real Estate Broker YOUR MONEY TF
p $55.22 hand Head Start 1
gun guns $24.96, Program is now 2061: Itchg 7/10 on acre in Lawtey area 206W. Madison Ave.
CHECK THE RED CARPET 25 automatic guns from accepting applications for $20,000 STARKE PH 964-5791
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SECTION this paper for $49.95. Dahmers Discount. Handicapped Coordinator for : FAll 011
lea - -f
One Cream office964-7776
HOLIDAY INN GULF Special : Scoop, tfchg Clay, Union, Baker and Brad, 62.7 acres on SR.18 reduced to home 964-5145 COMPLETE OUTBOARD ASTERN <
with each Oil & Oil Filter'Change
7/109tp9/4 -. .-'*.,-._?.-. ford counties. Must have ability $45,771 for quick sale. DRIVE SERVICE
J.Lr-J ----- thru July. Faulkner'aGulf to maintain records and AUTOMOBILES
w - AND REPAIR
Service Hwy. 100 FOR SALE ,1254 ft. Semi "V" write reports. Preferably some USED ''Call us for all your real estate COMPLETE
Keystone 4734279.. 5/15 aluminum boat, 5 HP motor & training in services to hand-! reeds FIBERGLASS
i M.N.M. 4
,
.. 11tchg 7124 .. accessories. Make offer. 964- capped children.. Chauffeur's;i"*t. REPAIR
!' tANOTJtCARII "" :;=,...-::::=::-...;-a.-...:::..;;;+-- r'r,*,812Oo"tp '7/10'r' rfr license requlfedr Salary startsir.' .; -,'r' *. 4 AwrfY Fl. ,CUSTOMBUILT FIBERGLASS .
.
ft' GRADING "- -;-i-P=-- at $7280 per year. Submit w 'tOR SALE:'1969 Chevy Impala 1: 782. 3806 FISHING BOATS N

., Reduce safe and fast with resume to, Full Year' Head 283 engine mags, good tires, _l-*"Tl cuT04 wen A MfMr-< $38,000 3 BR, 2 Bath, CH&A,
flOWS
..*. MIKE STARLING GoBese Tablets, & \\ OF HOBBYS,: Full line of One Acre Lot. 1,656 ft. I
964.8388 EVap"waterpills' Start Program, 'CUBB. i good condition $500. 964- sq living
Rt. 2. BOil 86. H., Andrews arts and crafts. Also guar- Economic Agency, Inc, Post 7511,' 9 til 5. 1tp 7/10 area. 1 Vi miles out of City Limits $ SAYE $

,, Starka Fla ANYTIME Pharmacy 356 W. Madison, anteed stereo repair.. 118 Office Drawer 970 Starke, ----------- of Starke.

Starke. 6/12 .5tp 7/10. Court.: Ph. 9647329. ,tfchg Florida 32091 by ,July 25 ;.. For Sale: 2 Story house close to FRED DAVIS I IN

-------o- -- --":" ----;--..,.-- 1975. WE ARE AN EQUAL 33 ACRES town. Upstairs furnished apt. GMC TRUCKS

-\ TOP SOIL. FILL DIRT: 6 'AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Tire Sale Joins City Limits. $675.per acre. downstairs 3 BR. BUICK PONTIAC"A
: days a :
If : Call 533 2208 .
7/10 2tchg 7/17 owner after
: .czn_ week, dozer work and Sales, service,; installation All day Sat & Sun. 5pm 30 acres with good timber LITTLE RIDE <\ I
-
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--
o dragline work. Call 468-1873.. stereos, phono, reel-reel, rr- 4 Ply Polyester paved road front. 4 miles N. of SAVE YOU A LOT" TF

PRINTINGStationery Star Rt Hampton: STEPHEN tapes, cassettes;radios. Work NEW DISTRIBUTORS:' Husband 14 or 15'S Call Bill Powell\ Broker Starke, terms.Commercial GREEN COVE SPRINGS**
SMITH LANDFILL, tfchg.WATSON : and wife work togetherfor
guaranteed. 118 Court 964- 9646464Sat
J : -.d .. --.. .c' ----- 7329. extra income showing a F-78'S S28.26 building, block con
p tuye '!!"7 tfchg. wonderful line of G-78'S $29.19 struction 2.400 sq. ft. 1 acre BRASINGTON
; 'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS ,..... -.....--+ repeat &Sun:
\, ,- ,--"T products. For more information H-78'S S10.98 Call 533.2208 land, 3 miles from Starve) <1< .11)1 n LI.1 i ('-t iisMimii. 1.1 i?:'
FOR SALE: 300 lb. crystal tip phone Gainesville 372- ,\I.I-\I; .. ;lt\l WI'I II

brands of cube ice machine, :good order. .1743 7/102tp7/17 GLASS BELTED RADIAL 19 acres Lawtey good timber I..mcxrlri, I lion. ill I .rd)('.us
Many new vacuums. i
Terms.
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$300 cash. Smith Shell -001AVON ---- 1'.1..1111. l'udillnr'l'radr..
1 Used machine available
Station Lawtey. Ra. 6/26 4tp STEEL BELTED 10 ACRES 21,411.N. I.llli: :17V.V.III: : :: i
Expert Repairs all'makes.. 7/17 CALLINGII/! buy or sell RADIALS 176 acres, Brooker area. Some Ii11'.1.111.I.l: | I.;
Parts and Accessories for all Avon call 755-0731 or write 10 Minutes From planted pines. I II

vacuums. Built in central ---r---- Loma dyatt, P.O. Box 220, GR-78'S $45.37
'vacuum cleaning systems. 712 ,.FOR. SALE: '' Gooo dolorand Lake City, Ra. 32055. tfchg. HR-78's $48.20 Keystone Heights 1to 10 acres open land. 4 Miles FOR SALE
.... from Starke. Home sites only. All sizes t'it
black & ,
N. Main Gainesville 3767110. white TV, stoves. ------,--.--- JR-78'S $49.49 masking tape The
TF I refrigerators, furniture & air 1,750 Per Acre Shop. Office
\ .. conditions.. GLASS BELTED 1 to 2 acres mobile home sites,
- a BARGAIN CENTER

U.S. 301 South, tfchg. t WANTED 1 POLYESTER 4+2 159" Per Mo. N.W. of Starke Terms.

lost fqr You _._
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Roberts Real Estate
F-78's $32.31 No Low Land George .
t FOR ROO 1 FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts G-78's $33.99 964-7826 or 9646593tf DrillinlJl

THEOFFICE and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE WANTED H-78'S $35.55 WEST ('I'NTRALREALTY"INC:

HOMES SALES; Hwy. 100 Front fertilizer 2" thru 6" f
W. ,' bracket for super "A" tractor Registered Broker
'Starke, 964-5606 tfchg, Thomas OilCompany
FOR RENT: Summer rental :.._.___......J _...._.., Herbert Payne 782.3369. Itp 13182308.Anytime Fast Rotary
- ----- -'-- Evenings Call
cottages on Kingsley Lake air :
conditioned. Ph. 533.2366 .FOR'SALEDiorrand: needles for : Art Patray Drilling Equipment
J CONTRACTORS
J &
SHOP '
any stereo, 247
after 6pm. tfchg.) over different'ones rnjaua
we have them alL Dahmer's 9<4- 244 603 S. Walnut St. State Licensed
-- ------
Discount. HOUSES FOR SALEFOR Starke, Florida Component home on your
135 W. Call St.. Phone964-6305> FOR RENT: Store bldg. with fix- tfchg.
tures. Browntee. .& St.. ClaIr -'--"',-*.-.-- ..... ...... PAICEINCLUDESALL All Lot appliancesWide from $1 f per sq./t. I Pumps I

Starke Street. 5332895., 6/26 4tp 'FOR SALE."6x9 Linoleum $3?%!.. TAX ES AND MOUNTING MULTIPLELISTINGS Variety Floor Plans

7/17 9x12 Linoleum 898. Also/ SALE OR RENT: 12 x 60 2 If New & UsedSaes.Parts.Service
WHO KNOWS? ---- -.-.-..:...-, -'\' '.12x12and 12x15 in stock.. ,bedroom mobile home in 't Central Air & Heat
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Hundreds ,to choose from at, Lawtey. Call 964-6214, office FHA & VA ApprovedFree /
FOR RENT: Housekeeping : Starke -,2 old homes, 'A acre, (
Waldheim., apt Dahmers Discount.., 7823665 home. 7/10 Estimates473.2000/
1. Identify Kurt : Jfchg. or Itp
$7.000
Weekly, furnished" .Un .
,
Who is the third woman --.----.-,--"';. ------------ REAL E.Z TermsPlumbing
2. Motel
derwood 301north t j
Highway ESTATE Starke 4 BR on 2 lots, $10,500 From 1200 to 2800 sq. ft.
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ever named to a Cabinet of Starke. 6/19 3tp 7/3 I .
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post?, ..... ..._ ---:._.... ...,\- Crosby Lake 2 BR, $12,200 2162673Davidson J

3. What post. doe she hold FOR RENT:; Mobile l dome ::1 :COUNTRYCRRRCE; !: Theresa 3 BR, 2 lots, $22,000

4. When were. the t first Spaces. We can: ecconanodate ,. I $675 Per Acre Lawtey 3 BR brick, $34.000 I New Installation
sound on pictures
shown : arIyI size home., "I I I 39 Acres 2600 ft. Hiway Keystone 3 BR brick, $46,000
BRADFORD PARK at BRADFORD I Frontage. 1300 ft. grade road. Remodeling
whom were they Peetsville BR, 4 acres. $6.500
5. By
MOTEL. 964-S988., Part in good timber. Call owner Mobile Home ParkIn '
shown? 5/1510tchg 7/17, 533-2208(>> after 6 p.m All Day Graham 30 acre farm, $75,000 Repairs

\\hatwaathe 16th Amend- ------_....-:---...;. I 1 At M & S Texaco I Sat & Sun. Hampton 40 acre farm, City Limits

7. ment When?was this, amendment FOR RENT; 12 "wide mobile CaN Bill Powell, Broker $140.000 $30 Per Mo. t Durranc.f:

adopted? homes outside city limit J.B. 1 I .964.8100. N... Temple Ave.- 964-6464 H won Lake 1V acres, New
White. Ph. 964-6114.$ $ Walk To
the Cheetahrun tfchg.
8. How?fast can ', _'---..:,..,..:.-',.,.,,-._.,_: General .. Sat &Sun Lawtey.275, acres, US-301, Shopping Center Pump.& Supply

'. 9. What Is the special name FOR RENT: Oin'a Subdivision I Repairs 'CalI6332208.JT1Iom. $9,500 City Gas. Water & Sewer' Company t

for a young,partridge. or ,1acre Iota 25.00 par-' Lawtey a 4.4 acres, US-301,
quail?' month. Water & Sewage $9,500 On 301 South 864 N. Temple Ave.

10.On what date in April furnished.'For information cad ; ..,ANROrr' Starke 7 acres, US-301, $8,200
did the War Between The Mark Olin Olin's Mobile Air ConditioningLawn 621 N. Walnut St. Jolu Motel, Starke
States begin Home Sales..Hwy.<100 W.,' I rei.6162 Lawtey 8 acres, SR-225-
964-8810
l.n. 964.7061
Starke. 984-5606. tfchg. $10,000 e n
w KMWS ... ... 200 f Won Unto Santa Fe Lake
AMWMS To Wbt. --- ------- :i Mowers SR-18 south .' 10 acres, $12.500
FOR RENT.Office .leo 1 reaching ''from paved road to
I. Secretary-General c of:>> the, burineea building space on' North I Lake. 'Price $22.00000 Terms. Lawtey 10 acres, ,SR225,

United Nations.. 301, for rent or sale.. Ph;,964- T----; $11,000 Olin's SubdivisionCallMarkOHn i iI
2. Carla Anderson Hllls 7061 Itchg.: 7/10 I MufflersBrakes 2 bedroom frame house on Can Peetsville 11 acres 200B,

3. Secretary of Housing and -----_....--...-- ter Street price 10000.00 $10,000 I '

4.'April.Urban'1923.Development.. FOR apacioua RENT. : groundL'Mobile''t'' Home quiet, 'I Temrt r t ... US.301 north 21 acres. $35.000Ibron I II I I I >,

5. Lee d. Forrest neighborhood, ,no pats..Dapoarr. acre land, 3 bedroom frame H 50 acre, $57,000, 1 J
o
,Congreswas given the., :.712-3Z18..1tp. 7/10 ', house, out of City near paved Hampton 60 acres, $48,000.Hampton I 1 :
,* "
... .. read $13,700.00.Acreegs .
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.:tJ power to lay and collect: : i .tr.. '"' --...' ;S "f't.' 9001".Tt; v, '.It t tw..,-. .... -. 251, acres,.$186.000
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IncomesHS) 3 __: ;
J taxes on UpsRepairs smell and large tracts. I
April 8. 1913. motita'homeV.'utfMaa: '11' .... tea'i :
7. I mf FRED SACKETT-REALTOR 1L Per Mo,Water 8
8. Seventy miles'an hour furrtahad.No collect CIlIa$180.par-,"month.7/3: Office *and/or business or 205 N.Temple(US-301)) .n Aers Lots"For ,21' Se.ege Fumlahecl

9. Cheeper. : storage for rant on CaN Street. 8041964.6522,1681842I/ : I Ij.
lO.Aprll 12.. 1861., ,2* ,_/10': ;.""' .' ''tr 'x., -..; .1 964.5606-HWY"100'W. s
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July 10 1975
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II Stone Murder Trial Under Way In Union f


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LAKE BUTLER The trialof Hebert, while the defendant, Following the noon recess the was Kathy Smith, the 11-year- violation there, returned to
Raymond Stone, chargedwith Raymond Stone, Is repre- state's first witness was called old daughter of the victim. Florida where he was indictedby
the first degree murderof sented at the trial by Assistant about 3 p.m. He was Marvin With a large number of wit- a Union County Grand Juryon

!Mrs. Jacqueline Joanna Public-Defender Gary Dun- Smith, the victim's husband. nesses yet to appear for the October 28, 1974 and
Smith last At.gust, got underway ham. The state called three other state court officials are spe- charged with the first degree e ;1J yak',

in Union County Circuit The Tuesday morning witnesses, Janet P. Mathis, of culating that the trial will not murder of Mrs. Smith.He I

Court Tuesday morning, JulyH. session of the court was expended the medical records section be concluded before Friday or has been held in the Flo-

with Chief Circuit Judge in selecting a 12 mem- and Gretchen Combs, X-Ray Saturday, rida State Prison at Starke
John J. Crews presiding Mrs, Smith traveled alone to awaiting trial since his indict-
ber}Jury to begin the trial. The librarian, both from Shands
Prosecution, of the case by final jury and two alternateswere Teaching Hospital in, Gaines- Gainesville to her place of ment.
the stale is in the hands of finally completed about ville. The final witness foil employment at the General _
Assistant State Attorney Ken 1:30: p.m. Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday's session of the court i iA Electric plant on the after 6lr
noon of Thursday; August 22,
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leaving her home at about 2:30: RAYED
p.m. She checked into the t -
A AND TRICKS .
p'r'i about 3:30 ,
plant : p.m:, completed

her work shift, and FAMILY DINING ABROAD
checked out of the plant at
12:01: a.m., the morning of Many airline hay. a special

Friday, August 23, 1974, but children' menu with
failed to return home at her hamburgers,peanut-butter--
jelly sandwiches, hot doge, ice
usual time. Becoming con-
: cream and all the other foods that
cerned about her failure to
return home her husband fit your kid's idea of haul
_
{ 2t'.I Marvin loaded the three small cuisine. .
4y t, r I ri I r children in their truck and .The Summer of 25 was the winning boat of the July -llh Goal Parade in Kc>stone heights/(
h t a I I } went to Gainesville to beginthe If you don't want to come home :;Anniversary and Independence Day celebration

i search for the? missing from a trip looking like a pigeon .'I'lIt'l1ollt was made by the David Fort and (Charlie\Vedpmr families.
r N
11 i'I' wife and mother. After a fruit- pleasantly rounded you
i should give some thought to how
3 less search, the husband
reported his wife missing to Death Row FSP Inmate Hangs SelfSTARKE

... I g Union County Sheriff John
u A Whitehead and the search
widened. Her car was found : A death row during a bvdcheck of the wore Iou> late t'!II'I11i was,
F
\ ; later in the morning abandoned inmate at Florida State Prison cellblock taken an hour beforehis pronounced dead l II v a |iiisimplMcian

1? just a short distance took his own life by hanging body was discovered.The ) al ii:4.: ii'in.

: x from her home, but on a side himself with an electrical cord inmate had tied two

1 road not on her usual.route of 4 Thursday morning, July 3. electrical cords! together' witha Ciirncs had ln'rn on ilcnih,

travel. Walter Albert Carnes, 31, of piece of toweling and attached row I tar scvt'ii iminihxuwiiitiiiK \ ,
It was! later discovered that Jacksonville, who entered the them to the ventilationduct n" l'.s. Siipiftiic

Stone u farm hand employee prIson{ November 21, 1974, in the ceiling of his cell. Court decision on Ih(' Ic ..ilitv

ol the Smith family, had also quickly calorie. pile up while from Duval County, was After removing his of capital pans.\ hnnil I 'I|III<>
:.Mrs. Nancy Denton is a home economics teacher,so what does she do when In a drawing -u disappeared. Stone then traveling.Every national cuisine under the sentence of death suspended body from the court liowc-vci'. dtleCI'tpd! |

sewing machine given away by the Bradford-Union Association for the Retarded Committee.The became the prime suspect in haa great dishes of low caloric for the murder of one woman death device a medical (fiction on the "ruling punl'1l; t

group raised $900 through the drawing and enlisted 59 new members. Mrs. Smith's disappearanceand content. Make a note of them if and was concurrently servinga technician attempted to year. culling lor 11"I I
Mrs.: Denton and husband, Mike, are at left. Presenting the sewing machine are Mrs Gladys a nationwide alert was put you're weight-watching. life sentence for the rape of revive him but his efforts nu'iils on I lie !1>uhp'>| ('I. !
Sc'lIl'rs.IIUAltC secretary,and Mr.and Mrs. Robert Milner, BUARC members. out by Sheriff John Whiteheadfor a. another woman when he died ;)

his apprehension for ques- If you're staying at a HolidayInn by his own hand last week. w '

When-wife-remindsher tioning. in a foreign country, your Carne's lifeless body was Na Gimmicks ,.
a Nine days following her disappearance children can have the same discovered by a prison guard '
husband that 2
PINE HURST they'renot two young men wholesome foods that they're about 5:45: a.m. on the mor-

he about can getting assume to any that younger suggest she is, found canoeing River,her Sunday on ,the September Santa Fe 1, prepared accustomed American to eating style.at home The, was'ning'of delivering July 3 when the the morning guard i W iciiiiw$ i (]; $ :. :

body floating in the
will be breakfast.
foreign setting excitingfor '
something expensive.Bill -

GROCERYHwy -City "Star"Ernest Vaughan in Kansas river.Missouri Stone was. following apprehended a. traffic in familiar them,,safe but their and settling.meals will be peacefully Carnes<: asleep was alive in his bunk and i (DmuJ! (] i D(1i( $ .: :


100 E. 964-9935
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'14 Chew 3+ 3 '14 Maverick Grabber C :
Sunbeam Nets Trio In "it
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Investigation Robberyher Or. a Whit. y To" Extra Pr."v Blue Wllh Whit. Saliva.wp :
Lo".Autoi1Trans.110 I"e. PI. J02 Ene. luckI.. PI, '
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Air Condo Iran.. Foe. Chram. : : :
00 Lee Hill, ,,,24, of Tomasovitch, while Hill'drove because they had left the girlin way back to her home in a' 12,400 MII.I. Orll, Over 17000. Whit a A C. 12.200 Mdo ft-
BREAD 160z. 3FOfl Gainesville, and Frank the car around the block and the store, Tomasovitchsaid Gainesville where she was YM $4915 U315 -wi :
.
Johnson, 26, Jacksonville, parked on S. Walnut Street that Hill stopped the car arrested.
are in Bradford County jail on behind the old Florida Bank and got out to go back looking After Hill got out of his car '14 Satellite Sebring '74 Mazda RX3 "iI i

charges of grand larceny in building. for her, telling Johnson to near the Bradford County a Plus Powder .Iu. With Whlta II.llon WOeo" Solvor. ROtt. 4, '
PEPSI-7-UP 64 Oz.Vi connection with theft on July 1 Mrs. Curtis was then alertedby drive the car on to Jackson- Hospital he was spotted by Vinyl Roe' AT. PS PR, "oc. A. Spd. AIF Cond 1100 Mil. I tC. :I :

Gal 79C from Dahmer's Discount Storeof hearing a drawer slam shut ville and he would get there by Sheriff Dolph Reddish about C. 1aA00 MII.I. $3199 :

hand guns, cash, and and went to the front of the some other means.In the same time that a report of I.$3499 '
checks with an estimated store to find Johnson ,foming the meanwhile, the girl, the robbery came in over the
value of over $500. from behind a desk 'In the thinking she had been left, sheriffs radio. Reddish sent a )14 Cutlass Supreme '74 Pont Ventura n :
.. PEPSI 7-UP 6 Pack office. He mumbled, some walked to U.S. 301 where she deputy to check out the man, a .ur.undv With Matching Vlnvl V.llow' Hatchback, RAH Auto t* ,
12 Oz. 99 Both men are being held excuse as to why he was there is said to have hitched a ride who turned out to be Hill. I_ Top. Full "wr. F.d AC Yr....' PS Pe. Fee. A-C. Rainy.waif. a' :
under bond of $5,000 each. I
GOLDEN AGE and left the store, where he with a truck driver going Hill told officers that his car $4050.
Debra R. Aaron, 19, of :a: :
Can _
joined Hill and the twq !drove toward Jacksonville. A short had been stolen, and Johnson ::I $3350
Gainesville, third M I'
person while later she was brought was arrested by Jacksonville
8 Pack $ | 39 involved in the theft, has been 230.east on Call Street and'put. SR- back toStarkeby the Highway authorities for auto theft. The Ir 169 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport ,.; ,
ROYAL released from detention in Patrol IIY On.Own.r, Rod with Whll. White Suck.t S-tc and Con.
CROWN for treatment of charge was dropped,
noted
16 Oz. API Alachua County under $5,000 Mrs. Curtis that bank .Meol., Fat Air.Cond.,Auto Tronl.. PI.PS,250 Enp On.01. KInd.
usDep. deposit, consisting of the pavement burns and bruises. however, when Hill later Z I u
bond.blacks.All three of the accusedare previous day's receipts, had She said the truck driver had admitted that he had told aC .- $1700 I'G

been taken from attempted to have sexual Johnson to drive the car to
the, desk "
Mrs. Wanda Curtis, Dahmer '13 Pont.Lemans 73 Mercurys': 11II
relations with her and when Jacksonville..
8 Pack drawer, but did not miss the .
COKE Plus Dep. $139 employee who was alone in hand until later.She then she refused, the man had Seven of the guns, as well as! On. Gold. On. M.roon. Bath On. Monlego,.MM, Ono Monl. 72N.v. :
the store at the time of the guns .c. A.C AT, 1'5. PS. rov. Both 40 With PS PS A II'
16 Oz. her small amount of cash and
called the police.Apprently pushed from the truck. a E RAH Your Choicer "oc, !,C.,Your ChoIce.
about said the
theft, noon,
She received treatment in check totaling $264 have been
woman entered the store and concerned Starke, and eventually made recovered, officers said. Z $2688 $2588. '
engaged her'in conversation said that
Tomasovitch (
| l 10 Lb. Cubed 45 about purchasing an appliance investigation of the theft and '13 Chew'C.20 '73 Chrysler Newport ;
M
in a side aisle of. the Woman Dies. subsequent arrests were a Silver, LWS. Auto Tr.nl., 292 .ron. 51'1. Cp. AM PM1t. '
..
store. (From Page 1)) EnU PI. 545. Unulu.llv NlcD.SI.r.o, Full Pwr, .Fac. AC II I

$ While her attention was cooperative Don Denton effort of with the S $2925 'mm.culo', 1ft I
day, July 1, causing damages
25 Lb. Crushed diverted the two men enteredthe Police Officer Denton sheriffs $2825 ,
estimated at $150 to each office, and officers in C 11,1
DeVoe listed of
C store from in damages
a car parked
front on Call Street and vehicle, according to the acci- $2,500 to the Plymouth and Jacksonville and Gainesville. :I '13 Suburau Wagon '73 LTD Brougham Eo I
dent report filed by Police $1,500 to the Chevrolet and J. clack wllh M.1cNng InRAN. ::I
25 Lb. Block 75C removed eight hand guns ewer 400 GL Air Condo 4 Ipd. '
Officer Kenneth Carlton, .rior and Top. AM FM Steroo.Fac __ '
show charged Edenfield with driving .. Showroom New
from Reopen.
a case, dumping ;AC. I
them' on the floor of the car, Ernest Charles Vanwart of while intoxicated.A $2111 S27'; ;
E $300We unseen by Mrs. Curtis., Starke, on Wednesday, July 2, 1965 Pontiac, driven by (From Page I II) ..
100 Lb. Block Johnson then reentered the while driving the 1965 Ford Rickie Eugene Barthelemy of a
authorized Zw.
owned by Clayton Sumner of to proceed on "
store, according to Starke Jacksonville hit the 1974 ; International Scout JI's
Brooker, lost control of the getting the hospital
Dodge operated by William w. ana lor'un.l. 10 hove 'woo A Sod 71 and Gr.. 'n. ;
0 Both h.v.
Have 25 Lb. To 300 Lb. Sizes Police Department In- vehicle and swerved into the re-licensed, pending the .
Henry Marchant of Starke, as Lacking Nub lor 'h.4.Whl Oriv.. Come .n and tail Advant.q. ofis. ,.
vestigator George left rear of a 1964 Oldsmobile, the Dodge turned directly in acceptance of a management L "Oul 01 Hunting S..on" Pun.
.
owned Hardy Brothers Sal- contract by the trustees. '
by front of the Pontiac, while a.
.. .. .. .. vage, which was parked and making a left turn off of US- and Appointed J.D. Griffis Felton to Smith ,12 Ford Tormo Dode. ITr.do.m.n'72 Vans 2001. Ford 002 :; ',
unoccupied at the time of the 301 onto SR-16. appear RAN. PI, 302 En. I
-- impact, in the parking lane of Police Officer M.L. Sibley's before the Union County com- MFarAC ueonoun.2001.Rath1,0.1WlthStd' Tronl Your CholC.. II ,
Short: On Cash? north US-301. damage estimate on the mission on behalf of the $1100 $2000E
Police Officer W.L. Waters Pontiac was $600 and on the trustees request for a three' :I
listed damages of $500 to the mill tax levy,
SEE OLIN, HE WILL TRADE Ford and $200 to the Oldsmo- Dodge Two $800.passengers in the '12 Gran Torino '72 Chew. C-50 :II '
bile, and charged a Spar' Rod With W/dt./ Vinyl Two Ton. Dump Truck. 4.lpd, II '

FOR ANYTHING with allowing an unauthorized Sumner and Pontiac Sandy Candy S. White E. Watkins, were Hospital. L Top 1'5.,PRt.rFUf'. ACI Sharp.AT. 4.RLSRard..Ra..4'y0,En.R.duc.d.. W'h ._.

i i false person to drive and giving treated for minor injuries and .. La $2166 $4266-
information of the acci- released at Bradford County
FROM dent. Vanwart, then driver, Hospital.' (From Page I II)

was charged with careless On 6 James Commissioner
Sunday, July George U M
A BATTLESHIP driving, giving false informa Alexander Waters, 18, of Keystone Roberts at Monday's meetingsaid Dusters Dusters Dusters' _
: = tion of an accident and viola- 'U'12 0'0".Twll..r. Rollv.. lid. Tr.nl..71 Llm. organ Au'oI:
lost control of would
Heights he for
tion of driver's license never agree Tr.nl",PS P.c.AC.Cvl. '71 M."lc Groan Twos'.r.Au'o. T..nl.,
tions. restric the 1972 Chevrolet he was the special act to be placed on Mliya Whll Jill"..14.ai0a,Auto Tronl.SCy1. .
TO A driving East on Call Street. a ballot, and that other M
I -. A 1975 Toyota, driven by The vehicle went into a spin. solutions should be sought. He :I *
Joann Bell
I r of Gainesville, on
)
struck a sign belonging to the suggested that an amendmentbe
Thursday US-301 July 3, going southof City of Starke. jumped over considered: to the present !; SAT Mustang ia

II'W. while attempting to the curb slid across the side- hospital act providing for 10 Chew J,1 Ton Yi1low 1'5. loa In.. Po..
make a left turn onto Jackson walk, and finally came to a appointment of. trustees by the v..w.. A 2SEnf. AC .
'- f'arlDawn Street, turned directly :in front halt after striking the store Commission. >- Wiiz7SB. $1615 ::IL
of the
1973
> Chevrolet, driven
'AI'
front of the Singer Sewing Commissioner Ralph
I by Wardell Augusta Smith, of Center on East Call Street. Bryan who was appointed _ _
I Lawtey. which was northbound tr .
,
Payment Police Officer W.L. Waters several months ago to serve '
F r on US-301. listed damages of $50 to the as laison with the hospital. 2' -' '
Police Officer Roman 69 Mach: I 69 Ford y Ton :9450d. :
owned sign and $300 to the said "That's what asked
OnA Homo j Alvarez listed damages of city : we .Or.."J"In. be a W,!".. A CWI. lid. Tr.nl.
U the front $600to storefront of the building and for this year. ,and look what we a i: ,
of the $1050
Chevroletand $950 ,
Waters with
charged driving got! .
$750 ,
to the iC
Toyota. while intoxicated and leaving Bryan added. "We all know IP
Deborah On Saturday July', 5, the scene of the accident who blocked this thing. Come Ot ." a.S
Lea Edwards, driving Two vehicles stopped at the budget time they'll 1 be asking
Would a 1974 Ford was struck in ". :1..V..
You mmllmvm the rear by the 1975 Ford Call Street and US-301 inter- for more money. '68 Ford Fairlane '66'Buick'Skylark: : :
section, for red \
a light on Shaw later that .
suggested .
; a Or. Its
operated by Homan Wo. .AT Goad Sloe, 2-Dr NT.-I..n' 2n1f
'Andrew .Monday July 7, were struck nine-member committee be eLl. cor. a
U Olin's Has a Strickland of Starke, causing from behind by the 1969 Ford appointed to study the hospital Tro"--0"S488 $688 : ;
damages his of$250 to the front of driven by Donnie Crews. of situation and make recommendations I .
car and $500 to the rear of +
Plant City. The Ford first three membersof '
: .
i 24x60 includes I wards the Edwards vehicle. Ed- crashed into the rear of the the Commission three from I. I

Set Up was attempting to 1973 Ford, operated by Linda the hospital board and three
make left o! dev;
a turn off of 301 onto Sue Alvarez, of Raiford and county citizens. '62 Econoline: Van 65 : Super

DOUBLEWJDE '$9995This a Down A Call Street when hit. then her car. from the force of Chairman Dave Shuford ii Sl0.. .... Trans S Cv'. Runt, Spt. 'T,ACt' !,IC.I..pe NaadsO.N. ..
Police Officer M.L., Sibley the crashed into the : : Paint. ,
impact said this might be the right
t! FOR Up,To investigated the accident. rear of the 1974 Datsun driven procedure.. but no date was set. $$399 $499 r

Water A SawerPavmonts The 1970 Chevrolet by John Perry Greer.of Adel for a future meeting. '1. "
*137" per m0' operated by Arthur Eugene Georgia, which was stopped .The Commission also left M
3 I Approx I of Starke Saturday for the red light ahead of her hanging'fire the question of u .

Plan July 5, was attempting to whether the. hospital bill 1J TWO LOCATIONS,
Use Our La -A-Way make a
j. a right turn off of US-301 car.Police OffIcer Kenneth would be placed on a

A Small Amount Wllli Hold The) H.ome.Of Your ChoiceOLIN'S of Into Alexandria a driveway, 175 feet north Carlton listed damages of $250 referendum ballot... chairman 4 KEYSTONE-4734470, .
: .
] Street when his, to the front of the Crews Ford. Shuford, said Wednesday,
I car'was hit from behind by the $300 to the rear of the> Alvarez however, that as ''he> read
MOBILE HOMES Thomas 1973 Plymouth driven by Ford and $150 to the back end opinion of the board members.' I 'MELROSE-475.1165 I

Earl Edenfield of of Greer's Datsun. Crews was a i majority would definitely
i.J Chattahoochee.The Plymouth charged with careless drivingand oppose holding a referendum
traveled Hwy 26 8 21 .
iiiiOOi iIai l6.wa" 300 a distance of almost for having no valid inspection without which the bill wouldbe .

before feet after the Impact sticker on his vehicle! Ineffective. *' * * *.
coming to a stop.

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